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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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TDIE PAYJIIENT
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! , ', A 'comprehensive riview is to be ,undertiken atan
- early)date on engirieering- datand cst estimates on'the
' .- two majRr Panama Canal impr vement plans which'would
i, ,' provide an,ple trinsit capacity.for shipping' in the fore foret
t foret .., ,seable future-, .the Panama:Canal, Review said 'today. ',
.1 ,'.' f, The engineering itudy' ai'vital phase of the long long,
, long, range, improvemint Owl's being develoPed bii' the Canal
,
S ': Company's Board of Directorswill be primarily an up upit
it upit 4. dating of plans and estimates prepared10 years ago dur dur,'
,' dur,' ',1'.. ... ing thelsthnliati Canal Studies of 191.1.T oil the Third Locks
.. ,' :project and Plane II atid lli of that report. The lattekr two
.. kare the large' lock arid sea lev' el, cotiversion propotals. ,,
, ,
' '-' 'The revie4, and related engineering 'studies, will be
' conducted by a selected engineering and consulting firm.
1 ' 'Representatives of onEfirm, Parsons,' Brinckerhoff Hall
it; '-'.,., '', :& MacDonald ,of New York, havii bsen, 'on thi Isthmus for
' :,ihe past twei 4Afeeks forconsultations with, Canal officials
!, ' iorik plans and eitent of the study, is well as terms- of a
'. -','contract,' : ',. : '. , '' '' ,,.., -.;

, THIRTY-FIVE per cent of the
' topulation 10 Years 'and over of
- ago is illiterate,' according to
tpport submitted by UNESCO re representative
presentative representative in Plinaillit,MrS. ()U ()Ulla
lla ()Ulla A, Teieira.
' Mrs. Teleira's report, submit submit4a4
4a4 submit4a4 to the second meeting of
, ;the intergovernmental consults.
tive committee on literacy in
son', 40,000 Panamanian o h I l
ars being left without
schooling.

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"Let the people kn' oto the truth and the- countiry is safe" 'Abraham Lino() n. :
' PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1953 ,,, ,,

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DAILY NEWSPAPER

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fOiNT CHOIR EIFFONT Members of 'Protest'ant choirs front churches'and chapels in the Canal Zone and the Republic ot,
Panama will link hands to make the Easter sunrise service at the Fort Amador beaeh area on Easter, a joyous occasion., Thor
choir,will be 'conducted. by NeU H, Branstetter; supervisor of the 'department of Musie,Canal Zone' schepls. ;

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flee Quade, a senior' partner
in the firm, and H.- Alden, Foster
ind Robert B. Stevensol. engi
Item It rtiegOtiations are ale aletessful,
tessful, aletessful, this. iwill be;, the- second
time, the Canal .Hhas employed
this -;companyt,for a' review of
.. Material itt the 1947 studies gild
report. Three years 'ago the firm
prenared revised cost stithates
-,,,for the sea-level project and wu
confined primarily to.that phase.
' ':' -:'.
. ' time, the rittmopd-,
t'
' ,,ctd WM.!' 4SJ
it ,t-Autott dolhirs.,;-..- :
- TN, new study is iv no Means
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tont -rable to the: 19,55 work as
it encomr 1..ss riat only a re revic.,y
vic.,y revic.,y of engineering data with
retv and detailed cost estimates
for the third-locks,- terminal--
hike. arid, sea-level projects, but
w engineering. studieS.
,

The Iteprisentatives are Mau- The latter will be required by
flee Quade, a senior' partner' alternate proposals to the orgin orgin'.
'. orgin'. in -the firm, and H.- Alden,Foster plane.-
'and Robert B. Stevenson,t; engi- These ',alternate subprojects
'pets. If rnegetiations are tale- Include large locks and nevi
tessful, the- second channel alignments.- -;
time the Canal Hhas employed The :report 'ol the- Isthillan
this -;company't,for a' review of Canal Studies covered' construe...
Material in the 1947 studies and tion of a third set of locks, util
report. Three years ego the firm izing excavation work already
- prenared revised cost stithates completed, widening :' Gaillard
-,,for. the sea-level proiect and wu Cut to 500 feet and deeping the
confined primarily to.that phase. channel between Redre Miguel
, -:' and Gatun Locks.-
. time, the tithnopd-, 'rht ler,ge lock plant' es OutliO.
, t ,r the
WM:- it:,14 stry of a 3rd t Lrt.ri loclt
, 3.7 ,t.d1:inti s Mireflores and 41linithfik,,..0
, 4.. Pedro Miguel ,Locks, thus
- Tile new study is bY no Means ing Mirafloree take into, a, ter tertor,
tor, tertor, rable to the: 19:4 work as Minal lake for the anchorage
it encomr riot only a re- end hndling of vessels while a aFlow
Flow aFlow enaineering data with waiting loekage

pew and detanea cos esurnaveo finill Phase Of Plan '1.1,
ior the third-locks, terminal- :;.Tovhieded for the replacement
lake. arid sea-level projects, but P.
: ot Int existing Miraflores and
idditianl ,, engipeering ,- studies.
-Gatun Locks with large singler-.,,,.;..,.
lock structures and ralsine Ca Ca.
. Ca. , tun Lake level five feet lb'
THE .PULSE, Its present minimum. !,1"11
, , , A Under the studies to be COnA.
'OF' PANAMA
ducted :sr the engineering firm,
the third locks and large lock
, , . plans will be considered as a
; , ,. -7-7 , ... ... single program, 'with a third bet
of locks to be built first and lol loll;
l; loll; THIRTY-FIVE Per cent of the
lowed later, when traffic re reDopulation
Dopulation reDopulation 10 Years and over of
age is illiterate,' according to a quires, by the development of
toort submitted by UNESCO re- t,l1,1,,:
e ermine! lake Van: .- ',-
presentative in PanaMa, Airs. Oti- e 1947 report recommend-,
ed dimensions of 200 feet In
ta A, Tejeirc
,, ,,, width 'and 1500 feet in length
, Mrs.- Toleira's report, submit- for the third locks. The new
fad te the second meeting of study will probably be based
ihe Intergovernmental consults- On the same dimensions for
tive committee on literacy in ;the locks. ,,
' Hem
Sarno 40,000 Panamanian o h I I- ever, the original plan
droll ars being loft without would be changed by locating the
c, ,,,, new Pedro Miguel Lock along along'
' along' nwilny r side the existing lock structure
,,, odank .satis.,, rather than some distance MVOS:
This would obviate the neCessity
. . for a considerable amount of
. i ' excavation required for a north
1 A' closed Valve Is said to have approach channel and would im imbeen
been imbeen the reason for the w a t e r pr?.ve alignment , , ,,
problems 'which have confronted
the residents of suburban Beta- I, 11 0 basic changes are proposed
or the new studies from the
Pia for the last six years. orl I I
, , , g na recommendations for a
' Discovery of the closed valve sea level waterway. However,.
was made during an inspection con- the firm will be asked to eve eve'
' eve' ducted by the Ministry of Labor, luate the adequac of those
Social Welfare and Health after plans under existing conditions
the administration of the City's and determine other require requirewaterworks
waterworks requirewaterworks was turned over to ments as necessary. ,.
the ministry by the Institute for The review will cover such
Economic 'Oevelopment fields as construction methods,
e ea ati
, ,,., , ,,, x v on and heavy equip.'
,, :' -ment, time schedules, and per,
, sonnet requirements in light
, of changed conditions and en en.
. en. , , gineering Advancements of
A Foreign Office spokesman the pawdecade.
Indicated today that Carlos Al- The objective of the -extensive
faro has Won salected as the review is to provide Panama Ca Canext
next Canext Panamanian Ambassador nal management with an Recu Recut
t Recut London. rate and up-to-date picture of
The government is said 'to be the only tom plans yet proposed
awaiting word of Alfaro's aceet- for altering the existing Canal
ance by the British before mak- to accommodate all shipping ex exbig
big exbig the appointment official. pected in the future.
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To Baby Mice,

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' NEW YORK (UP)----.1ust about
inyone can boil water, but, who
knows' how to hard-boil a hard hardboiled
boiled hardboiled 'egg for Easter?
Plenty of people don't know the
e first thing about it, according to
fellow named Bob Keeshan
beltPr known to small fry and
adu'ts alike ai Captain. Kangaroo,
of television lame.
: Kangaroo, or Keeshan, not'fonly
put himself up 'as an, authority on
tow to boil an egg. He also had
a few ideas on how to dye, dee deem
m deem orate and otherwise -adorn eggs
for the kiddies to find in backyard
searches on Easter morning.,
Erre is his secret: After the

ard- Easter

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eggs have reached room. temper- For
ature, place them in a pan and stra
cover them with cold water. Bring as th
them to a boil and let them sim- little
mer 'away for 20 minutes. Run Km
cold -water over them immedi tion tionately.
ately. tionately. Refrigerate them until they and
are completely cold. the I
Kangaroo said he had a crate Bn
of ideas for egg decorating. One in di
variation calls for cutting duck or the e
chicken silhouettes out o: heavy &boil'
For whiskers, he uses broom end.
to eggs.
' His favorite,- boWevet,--it -the -"B
"baby mouse." He paints blue he al
eyes at one end of an egg and out c
glues pink paper ears near them. just

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Thousands of Panama 'resi 'residents
dents 'residents continued their annual
exodus to the interior today to
celebrate Holy Week.'
Canal Zone employes were alSO
getting t ready --to enjoy a long
weekend which begins at close of
business today and extends un until
til until Monday morning.
All stores and government 'of 'offices
fices 'offices In Panama will be closed.
This year both Christians and
jews will be obserling Good Fri Friday
day Friday and the FeaS of the Pass Passover
over Passover simultaneous y. The Jewish
PaSSOVer starts tomorrow night.
, All Ptotestant and Catholic
churches in the republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and the Canal Zone have
planned Easter services.
A 500-veice choir wilt -offer
traditional Easter hymns on Sun
day at sorvices to be conducted
at 6 a.m. at, the Fort Amador
Beath area.
Membors of the choir, from
Protestant chapels and church.
in both the Canal Zone and Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. will be conducted by Neil
H. Branstetter, supervisor of the
music department, Canal Zone
schools. Organ accompaliment
will be by Prof. Hans Janowitz.
The choir will offer the choral
invitation Jesu, Lamb of God,
Redeemer"; "I Am Alpha and O Omega";
mega"; Omega"; '10 Death Where Is Thy
Sting', and the Hallelujah Chorus
from Handel's !Wessiah." ,
This marks one of the few times
in this area that sot many ,chapels
and churches in the Zone and Pa Panama
nama Panama have 'juiced hands to join in
the unified armed forces worship
on Easter. Hundreds are expected
to hear the group on Easter morn mornakthe
akthe mornakthe general pubile has been
given an invitation to attend the
services. Thousands more will
hear the 'choir through the facili

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' The Panama American will
not be published tomorrow,
Good Friday., -
We'll be back in circulation
Saturday. ,

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For whiskers, be uses br om
straws, and a pipe cleaner serves
as the tail. The feet are made of
little frills of paper., .1"
Kangaroo bad one last sugges suggestionfor
tionfor suggestionfor a short-cut N tO shelling
and eating hard-boiled eggs after
the Easter novelty has worn ofb
Break a hole about a half-inch
In diameter at the small end of
the egg, he said, nd another hole
about twice that size at the other
end.
"Blow bard into the small end,"!
he said. "The contents will shoot
out of the other end in one piece,
just like a cannon ball."

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The Easter sermon-will be giv,
Mt by the Rev. Eugene. R. Berta Bertamann,'
mann,' Bertamann,' of St. Mo, director
of the "Lutheran Rotor" radio
program for overseas areas. ,4
The call to worshipt Easter pray prayer,
er, prayer, responsive reading, Scripture
passage' and bentdiction' will be
given by Proteittant chaplains of
the armed forces in the Canal Zone.
Guides will direct, worshippers

eau at Cristobal; Mary A. Funder Funderburk,
burk, Funderburk, Mary S.,, Heeter, Frances
Mmquist, and Jeanne C, Bay, staff
nurses, Gorgas Hospital; Frank A.
Walker and Carleton F., Hallett,
Jr., guards. Gattm Locks; Rita L.
Kelly, clerk-typist, Electrical Di Division
vision Division at Balboa Heights; and
Julius, F.' McGahhey,, supervisory
steward, Suppiy and Commtmity
Service Bureau at Margarita.
, In addition to the permanent em employes,
ployes, employes, nine were employed dur

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ties of CM beginning at tO the area at Fort Amador here
The Easter sermon will be giv, the sunrise services will be held
nt by the Rev. Eugene. R. Berter- and tie Fort Amador service club
nann,' of St. Mo,, director operate a nursery for wor worg
g worg the "Lutheran Rote radio shippers attending the services. A
gogram for overseas areis. trained nurse and ether personnel
The call to worshipt Easter pray- will be look after the children.
m, responsive reading, Scripture Archbishop Luis Punsolo, epos epospissage
pissage epospissage and bentdictior will be 'telic 'nuncio to tho Republic of
given by Proteitant chaplains, of Panamet' has accepted an invi invile
le invile armed forces in the Canal Zone. Woo ti oWor tho 8:30 mass,
Guides will direct, worshippers Eastor morning. at tho Fort A A-
- A- mador chapel. L
PC likes l'irft
lib iv 1 s The local Feurth Degree Knights
of Columbus members will form
, a guard of honor for the Archbi Archbiwit
wit Archbiwit rri rim strt nor'Arc shop durMg Sundays mass.,

a &taut,' us swam Am& .11V rM a1U a1UP
P a1UP e rni::: gli:1 .,11crkers shop durMg Sundays mass.,
- Nine new permanent employes n
were added to the Canal rolls dur- ran' Canal Lit ..
ing the last hall of March, accord- 1'1
big to the Personnel Bureau. All inz Vacancies
of the new employes were hired
locally and lour bad previous r - ''
Fo 1 ransfers 1
service with the Canal organize- ,
, ,
, There are presently 22 'man.
The neir employos and their cies in the Panama Canal service
positions were hated by the Per- immediately available for transfr
sonnel Bureak as follows: lby qualified employes,--according
'Aimee A. Angermteler, clerk- to the transfer vacancy bulletin is isstenographer
stenographer isstenographer in the Menu; .1-atu-1..

sued by the Personnel Bureau. (
The positions available include
both office and field work on both
sides of the Isthmus. Several of
, the jobs listed are for port lime
hfor temporary work.,

Kelly, clerk-typist, Electrical Di- The occupation listed in the lat latvision
vision latvision !, at Balboa Heights; and est bulletin a r e: accountant,
hilt's, McGahhey,, supervisory chauffeur, clerk, clerk-stenographsteward,
Suppiy and Commtmity er, postal distribution, or window
Service Bureau at Margarita. clerk, forege shop foreman, guard,
, In addition to the permanent em- head nurse,-towboat' master, med medployes,
ployes, medployes, nine were employed dur- ical technician, anesthetist, office
ing the two-webk period,in tempor- helper, pumping plant operator,
ary or part-time jobs, ' staff dietitian, and staff nurse..

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A four-part program vihich, will Although not a step in the four fourlead
lead fourlead to eventual improvements inipart program, at, measure which
the Panama Canal Retail Stores would supplement it is a forthcom forthcomis
is forthcomis being worktd out by the Suppiring 'visit from a' repsesentative or
and Community Service Bureau representatives, of the American
the Panamit Canal Rcview reveal- Merchandising Corp., which does
ed today. tse bulk of the retail store dry dryPart
Part dryPart of the program was outlin- goods buying in the United States.
ed last month to retail store cust- This would ,enahlt the AMC re reomtrs
omtrs reomtrs by L.-A; Ferguson, director presentative to ee for himself the
of the burez.u. The four steps will type of merchandise which. erst erstbt:
bt: erstbt: , , omers prefer ai.d advise the Am Am'
' Am' 1. An analysis tit the retail store erican Merthandising Corp. bhy bhyand
and bhyand service center operations; this ers of the Canal Zone preferencee
has 'Already been completed. Speaking at one of the qharterly
2. An Analysis of retail store andi clstomer forums last month,' Fer Fer,service
,service Fer,service center personnel, to steI guson said that many retail 'store
that the ',"right people are in the patrons fail to take into account
right jobs," and that there is mil- that several steps must precede
ficient help in the retail sores. the last --the acquisition and Ms Ms'
' Ms' 3. A raining program for both play of merchandise. g
salts personnel and supervisors There is to point, he 'said, it add addwhich
which addwhich will serve not only to im- ing to the stock in the retail storr
prove the service but to familiar- es, either in quantity or quality,
ize these employes with the oper- if the merchandise is not properly
ations and problems of the Bureau displayed in adtquate space.-
as a whole. He stressed the fact -that retail
, 4. An analysis of the merchand- stores in the Canal one Are in inist,
ist, inist, to see that the stock offered is tended to stipply customers ,with
rht ,only,wbat the, customer wants the.,lype. of Tnerchandise necessa necessabut
but necessabut tha i is properly displiyed. ry, and ionvenient to their living'
A beter system,of stock control is standards. ,
part of this step. The effects of the 1955 Treaty,

Prelirdhary design studies for
the bridge and its approaches were
to be completed this week by Sver Sverdrup
drup Sverdrup and Parcel, the St. tquis firm
employed for tho' design.

.These wilt be submitted to the
consultants with a view to deter determining
mining determining the type of bridge and,
exact alignment of spans and op--
preaches.
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Members of the consulting 'board
"411v are Ralph A.. Tudor, Canal Co.
board member; Roland E. Davis,
, lat. Dean Emeritus of the University
tant, of West Virginia; F.C. Turner, Deaph-
puty Commissioner and Chief En Enidow
idow Enidow gineer of the Bureau of P u b
lard, Roads; Edward B. 113urwell, ( Jr.,
med- retired Chief Geologist of thi 'Of 'OfMee
Mee 'OfMee lice of the Chief of Engineers; and
ator, Aymar Embury II, bridge .archi .archie'..
e'.. .archie'.. tect of New York.

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the resultant closing 'of several
retail outlets and the ensuing shi
in personnel have all bad major
efftcts on the ,retail, as well as
on the, wholesale operations, he
added. ,', -, ,,
,A representative from Gamboa
commented that although the com combined
bined combined towns of Gamboa :and Santa
Cruz are as large now as that com community
munity community was during the boom days
of World War 11, the combined ret retail
ail retail store there has only' lie U.S.
citizen 'on its. staff, compared with
the several that were dttailed there
15 or so years ago.
Ferguson told him that "flocid "flociding
ing "flociding an area" with personnel was
not always the answer to a retail
store problem but promise,d' that
the Gamboa situition, along with
thatin other retail stores, would
be investigated and remedied as
soon lis possible. :
Part of the program to proviflo
more space for merchandise, Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson added,' Is tht addition to the
Balboa Retail StOre.
The present building is inade inadegnat&
gnat& inadegnat& No store in the United States
he poiritul ostrcoul'do iheVel iheVelume
ume iheVelume we do" in a building the size
of. the Balboa store.

' WASHINGTON, APril 3 Panama is cx;:ct cx;:cted
ed cx;:cted tO 'reject Rep. Daniel J.: Flood's' charges that, rad:cal
elements Thigh op in the government of Panama" are plzt plztting
ting plztting to' internationalize theCanal, it was (earned ted:,-y.
,, Rejection of Flood's renirks on the floor of the
last week'Will come out, shortly in the form of an official
statement, Informed sources said, ".
:They said that thejull text Of the speech vtas fz,.1.-
varded to the Panamanian. goVermnent with a strolg re re,
, re,
commendation by ,"anamanian ambassador Ricardo M..
Arias that it be answeied.
Arias 'was' known 1.6 regard Flood's speech as
sive not only' to Panama but,to all of Latin America.
Particular exception was taken at the stron;
that the United States held Maneuvers the Isthmus lzst
year to discourage any move' ort the part of Latin America
to internatonalize the, Canal following the seizure of
Suez waterway by' Egypt ,

.
Fleod accused,Vice-Mlnister of
Foreign Affairs Frr,e, 4;4,1 Ca 444,,U.-
lero of .using Coinmunistritrgu Coinmunistritrguments
ments Coinmunistritrguments in ,attAcking thniurisdic thniurisdictional
tional thniurisdictional basivof S; ,control of
the Canal in a speech before the
second,Congress of,,Students in
rantuni 4 onDee.18. !'
cited the'''. ,Congress aa. a

' ilkrchbishop'Puniolo w-ill be
, gu ,.. Liccuou idungtraz ot, cibura.mba in
est Panami on Dee. 16. ..
of honor tt 'a cominunion break- .,He cited the Congress as a
fast, following the Easter Mani highlight in a campaign ,"direct ,"directat
at ,"directat 'the Tivoli Hotel. The breakfastiod t,oward the total liquidation
will be sponsored by the 1 o c a I of United States sovereignty and
Knights of Columbus. '. I , control of the ,Panami Canal."

,
The first meeting of the ,board AR members of the board have
of consultants for the; cthistruction indicated they will attend except
of 4ht high-level bridge over the Turner, who will be represented
Canal at Balboa has been schedul- by E. L. Erickson, Chief of the
eci for next Thursday,, in the Canal Bridge Design Division of the But

indicated they will attend except
Turner, who will be represented
by E. L. Erickson, Chief of the
Bridge Design Ai ViSiOn, of the But Buteau
eau Buteau of Public Roads. ,
'Brice Smith, Vice Presiden of
Sverdrup and, Parcel, is to be here
to present the findings to the Ward
of consultants. Hot will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Theodore Shields, Chief
Bridge', Designer.
,,, Gov. Potter ,Is to leave soon af after,
ter, after, the consultants' meeting to
,attond the quarterly meeting of
the Company's board of direct directors
ors directors to In held in Washington. A April
pril April 12, at whirh time he will re.
port on progress and proposed
plans for the bridge project.'
Preliminary tore drilling for the
bridge and approaches were com completed
pleted completed during the past month. Some
additional drilling he requir required
ed required to deterthine exah subsurfahe
conditions .after final decision on
alignment and pier locations.
It Is presently expected that fin final
al final design of the bridgt and its an anproaches
proaches anproaches can 4,be undertaken by
the contract designers at,an ear early
ly early date after "le meeting of the
consulting board.
Specifications itte to be ready
for the first invitations for actual
construction work to '',, be issued
some time late this calendar year,
provided construction ftmds become
available; : 4

Hotter, Weather

Due; Yesterd;

Was High ,S

Pacific sidars had their het.
test day, ot the yoar, to dati,
'on Wednesday, bur thit'' monthly
prediction Issuad for April by
tho Mettoroloolial and Hudre.
graphic Branch' warned that
there might bi more ; hot
iwitather to come.--,'
At L45 p.m..Wodnesday, the
official thorMometor at Balboa
Heights stood at an even 911
greet, the highst temperature
to,b racordid sines last May
1, Humidity at tha same hour,
howsvor, was 49 por cent and
this, together with an almost'
constant brain, made the day
seam a bit cooler than It wt..,
tually was.' '1'1
""'"The-ytaras preview high had
boon 95 dagreis en March 17,,
and again on March 26.
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The bepaitment of Mines of
the Panama Ministry of ARTI ARTIculture.
culture. ARTIculture. Conunerce and Industry
today co inned that a petition
tor rights' oil and mineral ex4
ploration in lands and waters
of the Canal Zone had been
filed with them.

it is now up, to the, Panama
government to make some sort
of declaration on the filing of
the petition; which is said to
have political motivations since I
the petitioner Is a member of the
opposition Liberal partY
The petition has been On file
since last Saturday.
' Here are the events that led
up to its filing, as reported by a
high opposition source:
,List iveek, reports circulatP1
that a petition for oil and min mineral
eral mineral exploration rights in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone would be filed in Pan-
ama by a person who would be
acting as front for a Czechoslo Czechoslovakian
vakian Czechoslovakian firra.,The political oppo opposition
sition opposition heard of the reports and
was on the alert to denounce the
move as opening a breach for a
behind-the-Iron-Curtain firm in
this area.
The reports never Materialized.
' The leadership of the Liberal
Party then decided to ,have one
Of the 'party, members, Ramon
Gamboa, file such a petition in
his own behalf -.. exploiting the
action politically as a move bY
the Liberals to stave off a possi possible
ble possible communist toe hold in this

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This was done last SaturdaY.','
opposition' spokesman saki
the basis forthepetitionls that
(1) existing treaties between the
United States and Panama make
no provision about the sub-soil ';'
and (2) ,13anaMa'S position is
that the United States rights la
the Canal Zone are restricted to
those necessary for the construeoperation-,
maintenance,
defense 'and. sanitation of the
Panama, Canal.
They, Pointed aut that a denial
of the petition :would be tante-,
Mount to abandonment of Pans ,.::;;
&ma's pflicial position while la lavorable
vorable lavorable action ow it would. un-
doubtedlv i brine. a diplomatic
Iclash with the United States.
. Opposition .sources argued. al..'
30, that concession already
granted by the Panarna govern-
Ment.for, oil and mineral expler-'.
atioti includes lands within the
Canal Zone in the Caton take
area.,The Denartmert of Mines
denied this. It said this portico-
ler petition covers lands bon-1er.
ing with the llama? Zone at C1,4'
tun ,Lake. but, none within LA
oAncetitotsnelotn. e
Mien. tor explorat,;:-ia r .1
the canal Zone will takr,t,t-
months.

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, ,. ,,,, .. .,. .... .,.,...y..... '.. WdorarYighels oil
.,. tun ',axe level five, feet., above .... .polaw into ,. i was EEEEEEEEEEE 41 4, L 1,1 1 Ibe V 1.0 &or limo oP OVIIIO,
and mi 1
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s '; THE PULSE- -, "its present minimum.
,.1 . ,. ,, ,. . ,.. '.. ,., plaUnnsd,ewr 117ebestutdoinessi
'... ''' ....:. '" :1' O'F' ;:-. PA.' MAMA'
F.. All stores anti gtritiluirsbduaT :-.
, .. rites in Panama Will bete ose
, This year both Chris lens an
ducted hy the' engineering .firne jews will be obser ing Good 'sa 'sae.
e. 'sae. the third locks and large lock day And the FeaS of the Pass Passet
et Passet a over simultaneous y. The Jewish ..,, . , .. :
use arm; d forces in the- Canal Zone. teflon to ofinor the 8:30 s mass, e ,- ,s, .. ,. : : :... ,t s.- e ,, ..1 , , .., anamiarmMeinid tshtrayt'itorpetAtteiroirt-
d I Guides will direct, worshippers ,Easter morning. at the Fort A-
- mador chapel - t.'"-t'''R'''''''..'"7:'''.66'''th.: '' d'
i ,,,, ,,,,, ,, o e, eviewe n... urs a f
se Item s The local Feurth Degree Knights
PC likes Lin Lull-. of Columbus members will form S ' es-. ', e e- e 'e ,. .. nera ex-i
ploration In lands and waters ''
dteGrebed ca811
e. see ee ; ,-. ..e:' se. -...--77, .,,..... ,..-e- .-,,, single program, with a third bet Passover starts tomoreowcnight.
'''' a guard of honor for the Arehbi- .0 se e : '' -1, 1-'7' 0 e--- '',. ,.'. s : .. of the Canal ', Zone- had, been
shop durMg Sundays mass.; filedwith. th. cm. e ... , , :
. '1 : '. '17' nt of the of
e e t THIRTYn eE: per ce locks to be built first and fol- All Protestarite and atho c
I i le I. -- e ill
li Prn"""ist.licriters Tit f i t g f tile itosrdi sin member,' Of ;the board have
mee In 0 ,
lowed I t r h t Ifi eburches in the -republic of Pan- el a 40 N
. d over of a e w en ra e re- of consultants for the, construction indicated, they,will attend except It la now 'up, to- the Panama
' topulation 10 years 'and. to ..
a quirese. by the development of ama and the Canal- Zone, haye Nine new permanent emPleles D ' 1.1 I L. t ..... of tht high-level bridge over the Turner,
who will be represented government to make some sort
:( i,.", ss ego is illiterate,' accor ingco re..
the terminal- lake pjan' --- planried Easter eervices. ',',S were'added to theCanal rolls dur- I an -ano is s,....,,; Canal,at Balboa has been schedul- by E. le Erickson, Chief of the of declaration k on the tiling of .,
- deport submitted by UNES
Oti- -'
'The 194? report; recommend-, A 500-voice : choir will offer ing the last ball of March, accord- ages eeee." see,' s e,e e ; ed for next Thursday,. in the Canal Bridge Design DlViSiOn of the Bur- the petition; which is said to e
- presentative in Panama, Mrs.
big to the Personnel Bureau. All
ed 'dimensi f 200 f t I traditional Easter hymns en Sun'
s it ,: s , . , ons o ee n 22 vutum.mb, ,.,, .: zone. :,,.-, ,, :.:,,,,-- f., ,, eau of Public Roads. ,, , have Political motivations since I
b ducted 1 th pie hir d
re A.: wejora. ., e s : : width And 1500 feet In length day at services- to con o e new em yes were e ', ..... ,,, ) e Preliminary design studies' for Brice Smith, ; Vice President of the petitioner is Amember of the
m it the Fort Amador
' ' '- i i port submit- for the third locks. The new at 6 a. , ,, ,, ,,,,., e
- s '' Mrs. Te e ra s re locally and lour bad previous For 1 ronsters '. .1 the bridge and its approaches were Sverdrup and, Parcel, is to be bere opposition Liberal PartY. '
''- : 4ed te the second meeting- et study will nrobablv be based '' Beath area. '' service with the Canal organize- . e ss to be completed this week by Sver- to present the findings to the bciard The Petition:las been on fue
, ,, .., ,,
- - le boy of the choir, from time, 4, es
. consults- On the same. dimensions dor em s drup and Parcelethe S ., q
t L uis firm of consultants. Hol will be accoms sInce last Saturday.
' 'the intergovernmental
d h r hes ' e lo es ''' d their
'' There are presently 22 viten,-
t '' !five committee on th
literacy in e locks. - .. 2
, : Protestant chapels an c te. cell.. Th. n.,.. m .
-r- -- -P e -- cles in the Panama Canal servicer Ids 'Here are h eve
employed for thA design.... .. ., panied by Theodore Slue Chief t e nts that led
417 ete .- steno 40,000 Pattern h ie. Hewever, the original .- plan in both the Canal Zone and P position were listed by the Per
' amen o
I ft ithout would be chaneed by locating the name. will be conducted by Nell sonnet Bureak as follows: -
-- --l immediately available for transf r ' ' ,, se s, ee ,,, Bridge', Designer,- ... e. :, e : up to its filing, as reported by a ',
of the by' qualified employese-according ',Them will be submitted to the ,' :. ,.. ,., ,, ,. high. Oppesition source: '
. - new Pedro Miguel Lock along- H. Bronstetter, supervisor , 'Aimee A. Angermaller, clerk- consultants with a view to deter- :,,, Gov. Potter is to leave soon af- e,
:- s siren are ,,, being At w , ,,
4 f6e ,:., echoolintO e ; t side the eeistinglock structure music depertment
1
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- e ra anal Zom
" ther than some distance WA "schools. Organ accompaidinent stenographer in the Manna el-atit
eau at Cristobal; Mary A. Funder- to the transfer vacancy bulletin is-
sued b the Personnel Bureau., mining the type of bridge and, tie, the constiltante meeting to Last' e k Ls'
w e repor circulated
that titi
., ,. 1-,:..41111L, Anirk.
. This would obviate the nedessity Th Y sitions av ilabl in I
Y. e po a e c ude t
will be by Prof.' Hans Janowitx. burk, Mary S. Heeter, Frances .4 exec alignment of spans and ap-s ,attend the quarterly meeting of .. a pc on for oil and min minra
ra minra exploration rights in the Ca Ca,
, Ca, - - --- eoth office and field work en b th
n preaches. -- . ....., ,,,
' ' s the Company's board of direct-. e I
' will offer the choral Alm uist and Jeans C, Ba staff
. for a considerable -amount of The choir q Y - L '''' b h Id i W shi t A
ors to it n a no one e
nal Zone would be filed in Pan- :'
'''' s ' : -; '' i '''' ' tl sides of the Isthmtte. Several '' of e -'
se it : ".! d 1 I said to hairs exeava on required for a north invitation ,,
dlesit Lamb of :, God, nurses Gorges Hospital; Frank A. Menibers'ef the consulting 'board oril 12 at hirh time he ill r e -- my a person who would be
- -' A' close ea ve s apProach channel and would im- Redeemer ';,, Alh ad0
1 Am P a n 1 4 1 F II 11 the jobs listed are for part lime
Walker an Car eton ., a ett, fee s , are a ..
R lph A Tudor, Canal Co. e w w acting as front bar a Czechoslo-
' '''' been the reason for the de a t e r InnOrOrt work ,
Prove alignment., .' s se e g P's' 4,0 Death Where Is ThY Jr,e guards. Gattm Locks; Rita L. """ ,"--, --- , e e .. ,,,,S board member; Roland E. Davts, port on progress, and proposed vaician firm ,The political oppo-
tifronted
; e problems 'which have co i t
,Universite
- No basic changes etre proposed sone; and the' Hallelujah Chorus Kelly,- cierk-tYPist, Electrical. DI- -The occupation listed in the lat- Dean Emeritus of the -.,
plans ler the bridge project.' s."
anion heard of the reports and
- : '- the residents 'of suburban e a- Preliminary tore drilling for the was 0
ser the new studies from the from 'Handers i'Messiall.".ee : -,,; vision !, at .- Balboa Heights; and est'', bulletin t a r e: ,, accountant, of West Virginia; F.C. Turner. Dee n the alert to denounce the
' ' eta for the last six years. e, bridge and- approaches were .com .comoriginal
original .comoriginal recommendations I Tie k one of the few times Julius, Is.' McGahheye supervisory chauffeur, elerk, clerk-stenograph- puty Commissioner and Chief eels
or a is mar s pleted during the pest month. Some move as opening a breach for a
Commtmit r ostal distribution or window gineer of the Bureau of P el b 14 e
,.4 ' Discovery of the closed valve sea level waterway. Hewever,, ifi this area that so' ManY ,chePels steWard, SuPOir and 4 Y e P : er t, ee a i ional drillieg Will", be. require
ddt behind-the-Irbil-Curtain firm in
' 4 d d rin an inspection con- the firm will be asked to eva- and churches in the Zone ana Pas Service Bureau at Margarita. e , clerk, forege shop foreman, guard, Roads; Edward 13. eurw i
.! . was ma e u g thie area --,'-.' 'e s s -' e
' 9 ed to deterthine exalt subsurfahe ,Th ' -
luate the adequace of to join in In addition to the permanent em- head nurse -towboat' :master med- retired Chief Geologist of the 'Of 'Ofse
se 'Ofse : ducted by the Mmistry of Labor, those name have limited hands ., : .
conditl on ;
ons .after final decision ,,,,. e reports never Materialized.
'4 e'..1 Social Welfare and Health after P h Ch f f Engineers. and
lane Under existing conditions the unified armed forces worshiP ployes, nine were employed dur- ical techmeiane anesthetist, office flee of t e le 0 ,
L, alignment and pier locations. .',, The leadership of the Liberal
Party then' d Id d to
ec e lave one
' e t f th 'City's and determine other require- on Easter. Htmdreds are expected ing the two-Week periodin tempor- helper, pumping plant ', operator, Aymar Embury II, bridge -rem.
: se the admuustra ton o e
It is presently expected that ruts Of th
-e ; waterworks was turned over to ments as necessary., , ,-
1 ' t f ietitian and staff urse tect of New York. se --
s e -- to hear the group on Easter Morn- ary .or ,part-time jobse: s. I s af d n , , , al design of the bndgt and its an- e party s members,' Ramon
- - the ministry by the -Institute for 7 The review will cover such ing as,the general public has been , ,, ,,,, ,.., .. . . .., ... ,,. ,. ,.., ,,..... ;,.. , .,, ,
1
,,, se ..., , : .e' e ..: -I., proaches can 4,be, und'ertaken by Gamboa,- file such a petition in
fl f, s. Ecoeomic 'plevelopmen
t. ; fields as construction methods, given an invitation to attend the ,' : -. ., s : s ,,
- hiii own behalf ''
-.., exploiting the I,
e c ati d h
,, ..........,, .,..,i ,.,... ,, ,,,,, ,,,, i av on an eavy equip...Y. services. Thousands '' more ye
'II
, :, the contract -designere atean ear- action politically as a b '
move y
,
, ,,,Inent, time schedules, and per. hear the 'choir through the facili- 4-Part imp
.. rovement.,..:Program. ,......
In or s For Commy
V k ly date after 'ne meeting of sthe
, the Liber I te,
a s stave off a possi-
s ,.. ,sonnel requirements in light. se -- es -- r-,-, consulting board, ,,,,-----e-es------e, hie Com i
in at toe hold in tleis
- , of changed eonditions and en- 1 :,' ' '' ','
, Specifications, ate' to be readY area.: ss e - s :,, e
,
for the first invitations for actual .'rilis was done last Saturd ''' '
ay ,
. . ,. . - , ,: gineering -Advancements of
.
construction work to ebe ,,, issued eAn 0-
s e ...
; A Foreign Office spokesman the past decade. UT.D Off
0 ay. erguson e s.:, us omers, alboa -Store na equate
F '''' .- T.11.' C t '13. pposition, apokesnum said
4 .. indicated today: that Carlos Al. L The objective . ,.... , es . , - ? s ;. ' '''' : et ' s -1 - ', - ,' , some time late' this calendar year. the basis forthe -petition:is that
j i f h been looted as the review is to provide Panama Ca- ' ; e ..----e. , ,, s our Pa Pr gr
, aro es I ' i t 1 ' f '' 1 id d
'''' ' ' A' f tt o am vihich will ,Although not a step m the our- the resu tan c osing o severe prov e construction funds become (1) existing treaties between the '
se next Panamanian Ambassador nal management with 1 lead to eventual improvements int part :program, sa: measure Which retail outlets and the enAlinI. shi available; s 's: es, ;,4"sesee- .. se: United States and panama make 1
i f 'to London.. ,. :-, s rate and up-to-dhte picture of The Panama
- ., The loyernment is said 'to be the only two plans yet proposed not be published-. tomorrows, s g w r ..t s y e
American will the Panama Canal Retail Storesi would supplement it is a forthcom- in personnel hive, all had mitjor --, e , e e no provision about the subesoil ''', .- t'
I bein o ktd Out b th Supply ing 'visit from a' repsesentative or efftets on the eretall, as well as o er, ea er....
H tt 111 th and (2) tPanama's position is
waiting word of Alfaro's aceet- for altering the existing Canal Good Friday'. I - and Common y erv Fe
i Bureau re sentatives' of the American on' the, wholesale operations : hel that the Unit d St t ri ht t
' by the British before Sneak- to accommodate all snipping ex- We'll be back In circulation the Panamq Canal Review revea ere an sing ris.,.,
e ance I MPr'ell di Co Which does added. ;,,S -. e .s.-- ,- es., e ei 1 ,,,, e., s' .'",;;,' es :' :- e the Canal Zonee areateesstrigctes n
,
d to ,,
ing the appointment official. - pected in the future. ' ; Saturday.S, t. ..4
' ed today. eesee se r' :, e',. t. tse bulk of Abe retwa store dry- A representative from' Gamboa
Due. Yesterday.- :. those necessary for the construe-
Part of the program was outlin- goods buying in the' United States. commentedthat although the com- e., , ,
, tions operation-, maintenance, s"
, -. , ,
- ,, ,
' 'b. '''' d'-'. '' '''. ' ''''' -. retail store eust- ', This' would enablt the AMC re- bined towns of Gamboa 'and S ,
ante 's ' ' '- ' '
ed last month to e
, r defertse -and sanitation of the
' 7 B' .1' Or' '''Bu b
' .. ol t.,.
::, le, ,Har E tuners by L -A
- gs'-Turn
aster ; Eg :.,., Ferguson, director presentative to ee for himself the Cruz are as large now as that tom- sit
. e Panama, Canal., se t e, , ,-
PO ,,
as High So
of the bureeus The four steps will type of merchandise ,which 'erst, munity was during the booM days . : .... s t. ', ,, 4 They, Pointed ou
, t that a denial
- t - :- bt' , ; .0 , -: - omers prefer lied advise the Am- of World War 11, the combined ret- :, e e ite we h d mobs hots of the Petition 'would be tante,.
rim Tic rs
1: An analysis tit the retail store erican Merihandising Corp. : bhy- ail store there, has only e U. oun
M t to abandonment of Pane ,,
'6 ''. To...Baby Mice; Or lot' 'Can B ow:Your wn test day, of the- year, to date,
this ers of the Canal Zone preferences. citizen 'On il3' stale, compared, with , ,,
and service center operations; &ma's official position while la-
on Wednesday, but the monthly .,
. has (already been completed.. Speaking at one of the qharterly the several that were dttalled tbere vorable action on it would un un1
1 un1 ed for Aprile by
prediction ssu
: .'. : ' ' '' ' ' '''' ''' '. ' ; ' 's 2. An analysis of retail store, and, elstomer forums last moilth; Fer- 15 or so years ago. .. ooubtediv brine a diplomatic
the f Metterologlial and Hudre
, :: -' NEW YORK (UP)..-Just about eggs bave reached room. temper- For whiskers,' he ', uses b r 0 m service' center personnel, to stet guson said that many retail 'store Ferguson told him that "flocid- clash will the United States. ,
re hie Branch' warned that
t anyone can boil water, but, who ature, place them in a pan and straws, and a pipe cleaner serves that the ,"right -people are in the patrons fail to take into account ing an area" with personnel was ..- Opposition sources argued. al-
e knows' how to hard-boil et hard. cover them with cold water. Bring as the tail. The feet are made, of filer!, might' be more ,,, ; hot
right jobs," and that there is ad- that several steps must : Precede not always the anwer to a retail wniher to tensile. e.,,, ,, e , eo. that a concession already
4 bodedegg for Easter? --' -:" 4 them to a boil, andlet them sim- little frills of paper.' - 1
' ''' ficient help in the retail sores. the last -the' :acquisition and Ms- store problem but promised that je At .1015 A.m. Wednesday, the granted by the Panartia govern-
, - -e. Pienty of people don't know the mer 'away for 20 -minutes. Rue Kangaroo had one last sugges-
3: A :raining program for both play of merchandese; s-,.''-, S ts s -,' the ,Gamboa -situation, along with 'official thermometer- et Balboa Ment.for, oil and mineral explore .,,
'4' e first thing about it, according to cold -water over them immedo tion-for a short-cuts to shelling
lt 1
tee sa 0 personnel and supervisors There 1st point, he eel& 44 add- that' in other, retail stores, wou d atione includes lende within the
4 i - fellow named Bob Keeshan-- ately. Refrigerate them until they and eating 'hard-boiled eggs a r Heights stood at an even 911 dam
which will' serve not only to im- ing .to the stock' in the retail store be investigated and remedied as ems, the highest temperature Canal Zone in the Gatun I ake '-,
s : better known to small fry and are completely cold. the, Easter novelty has worn oib
1 adtas alike ai Captain; Kangaroo, Kangaroo said he had a crate Break a hole about a half-inch
prove the service but to familiar- es,. either in quantity or quality, soon its possiblee4 seSsi -: ':
to be recorded since last May area. The Denartmert of Mines '..
of television 'fame. , .. l ideae for egg decorating. One In Mame
ter at the small end of ize these employes with the oper- if the merchandise is no p pe
t ro rlY Part of the program to prevele' 1 'H idly t the s me he
ur denied this. It said thie partieu-
- d ' uill a 1 a la tition cove I d b -I r '
- e" Kanearoo or Keeshan, not 'only variation calls for cutting duck or
, the egg, he said, nd another hole adtquate space. e more space for merehan ise, Fer
ations and problems of the 'Bureau displayed in however, wee 49 pee cent and r pe rs en s OP C
' t h'''' If' th t on chicken silhouettes out o: heavy about twice that size at the other as a wholee, , ' e
pu imse up AS All au on y '' He stressed:the fact -that retail guson added, is tht addition to the 'this, together with an a 1 m o at' ing with the Cana? Zone at Cet-
' bow to boil an egg. He Also had For whiskers, ,,he uses broom end. 1 .- : ,,, e ..
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a few ideas on' how to dye, dee- to eggs. '' s ,- e e, s the day tun Leke but none within tee
, 4- An analysis of the' merchand- stores- in dhe Canal one Are .en- Balboa Retail Stdre. e - constant breezee made. .
' ist to see that the stock offered is tended to stiPPly customers ,with The present building is inade- SUM a bit. cooler the ,,
n It we.' Zone itself. , : '
--- orate and otherwise-adorn- -eggs s- His favorites- boOlevet,--it- the -"Blow bard We the- small ende! 1st only,wbat the gustomer wants thee,typ .. . .
e of merchandise necessa- qnate, No store in the United States lolly wos. s.,.',,, ,,' ' Action on the opposition's re.
vement to their bovine he point
for the kiddies to find in backyard "baby mouse." He 'paints blue he said.. lel'he contents will shoot but tha i :is properly displayed. rys and con : . VI'd h 1 ad i hi h h si tition, tor explorat,Ja r' e : iet
ed ost coul ert elm yhe-yee s prev ova 9 a ,-
searches on Easter morning., eyes at one end of an egg. and out.ofethe other end in:one piece, A beter.systemot stock centrol is standards. , 's ; e : ume we do 111 A Al ng e s e g
' 6 ' b Idi th ize be n 95 de roes on March 17 the Canal Zone wilt taL! ,t, -I i

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beltPr known to small try and are completely cola. the Easter novelty has worn ofb WHICH win Nerve not omy to un- mg to me !ROCK in tile rmau storr oe, mvesugated and remedied as prim-st the hiphoat temperature canal Zone in the Oatun t ake -,
, .. 4. An analysis of the merchand- stores in .the Canal one Are In- Balboa Retail Stdre.
adu'ts alike ai Captain, Kangaroo, Kangaroo said he had a crate Break a hole about a half-incb
Prove the service but to familiar- es,: either in quantity or quality, soon its possible-, :,' : to be recorded since last May area. The Denartmert of Mines
ize these employes with the oper- if the merchandise is not properlY Part of the program to nroviite denied this. It said this partleu.
of television lame. : l ideas for egg decorating. One in diameter at the small end of
ations and problems of the Bureau displayed in adtquate space.- more space for merchandise, Fer- 1, Humidity at the samo hour,
' : Kangaroo, or Keeshan, not''only variation calls for cutting duck or the egg, he said, nd another hole however, wits 49 per cent and tar petition covers lands booler. ,,
put himself up 'as an, authority on chicken silhouettes out o: heavy about twice that size at the other as a whole.- He Stressed the fact -that retail guson added;is tht addition to the this, together with en a I m e at Ina with the Cana? Zone at Cl
!IOW to boil an egg. He also had For whiskers, he uses broom end. 1 : constant breeze, made. the day tun Lake. but none within LA ,,
a few ideas on how to dye, dee- to eggs. i. '' , .', ,, 1st, to see that the stock offered is tended 10 stipply customers ,with The present building is inade- sum bit cooler than It we-, Zone itself. : '
''''' orate and otherwise -adorn eggs His favorite,- hmtevet,--ht- the -"Blow bard into the- small end,!? lit only,what. the, customer wants the.,lype of merchandise neeessa- gnat& No store in the United States tuaity was. si ',, ,, ' ' Action on the opposition's re refor
for refor the kiddies to find in backyard "baby mouse." He paints blue he said. "The contents will shoot but tha i is properly displiyed. ry, and ionvenient to their living' he poiritul ostrcould'"'do ihe-tent- --"-The-yearas previews high had tition for explorat, ,:l r' :, il ,.....
searches on Easter morning., eyes at one end of an egg and out of the other end in one piece, A beter system.ot stock control is standards. , , ume we do" in a building the size been 95 degrees en March 17 the Canal Zone will taL! ,t, l t
Erre is his secret: After the glues pink paper ears near them. just like a cannon ball." part of this step. The effects of the 1955 Treaty, of the Balboa store. and again on March 2C, months. 1

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TH:S IS TCUR 'CRUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
14 Mail Sol lo an open forum fee mders of The Panama American
Level Ito resolved aratefuRy end are bandied in a wholly cenfideMial
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if you contribute letter don't be Impatient W doesn't appear the
mut day. Letters are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to ono Pate length. y
, Identity of letter writers le held in strictest confidence
This newspaper assumes no-responalility for statements or -opinions
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CREDIT CNION 11ROTET1

There has been a great deal of louse talk' abeuilhe Canal Zone
Credit Union and the selling of Insurance. I am 'a member of the
Credit Uruon and have investigated, for my own satisfaction, this so.
called violation of the Treaty. I do not find that Panamanian Insur Insurance
ance Insurance firms are being deprived of this business. :
WhEn a Credit Union member vtishes to insure:his automobile
be selects the Company ofhts choice and the Credit Union gets the
insurance from the Agent in Panama. The Agent, a Panamanian
firm, issues the DISLItallte Policy and must give the service in the
event of a - , :
' low then is this deprivintPanami business' houses of this Insor Insor,
, Insor, ance business?
'Will It come to pass that the Foreign Minister will dictate to
U.S. Citizens in the Canal Zone what particular Insurance Company
in Panama they should buy their Insurance from?
- ' 1936 Members."

dmiiMIIMEM.00.P.1,,.

T have been amused by many cif the letters written about the
Credit'Union problem.- What many readers do not want to realize
is that Panama has grown and has become a nation; at least it
seems to have learned to defend its rights.
By -reading some of the letters- you would thing that there are
no banks or other serious institutions of credit in Panama. This is
mot so.- Further, the laws of Panama offer ample opporttmities- for
the organization of such institutions; should not the Credit Union-be
, legally organized in Panama and come under the same regulations as
other eredit bistitutions established on the Isthmus?
- Tbe argument that the Credit 'Union has been operating for many
Viers is silly; the continnance ot a wrong does not justify it..
' --- Panama Joe.

As if two official, protests from the nePublic of Panama in
less than two weeks isn't enough, I see the Albrook Mr Force
Base NCO Open Mess is Witting another protest.
In the Base Daily Bulletin, I see a notice inviting .Air U.S.
Civilian Employes of the, Armed Forces (Army, ',Navy, Mx
Force?) to become members of this club, while the constitution
and by laws limit civilians to "Civilian EMPIOYeS of the U.S. Air
Force assigned t oAlbrook Air Force Base who have a civil serv service
ice service classification of airman first class or above."

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LAHV INFO. RCEMENT, PANAMA

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PANAMANIAN, WEDDING.. CAKE ,
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: Several of my ladY friends in the States are anxious to receive
instructions on how to 'make the .Panamanlan -wedding cake.
Could you please print the recipe, or the name ot limy lady on the
Isthmus from whom I may 'secure the reciPe?'-i'
' Lover of Panaltia and Its Native Foodi
' .1!$Editori Notiv, Over to our readers. 0,
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, PEN' ERIEND: 4,4kr,
,would like to Correspond with someone in fOreign iountry
and would appreciate it if you could send me the name and
address of a person who can read and write sEnglish and whe
would care to write to me.- If they write to me tirst, I will answer
, their letters. : ,
' ' Mrs' N' B. Kendall,-
-- ,11. S. 14135 13 Mile Itoad,,
1 E'raserf Michigan.
' -- EMPLOYE SUGGESTION, ;--
Herewith is :troy contribution to the EmplOye Suggestion
Program, foreign aid and the good neighbor policy (as practiced
, by the Panama roreign Office): -- -
I..' Put blockades at Tivoli Avenue,-J Street and The Limit's.
2. At each blockade' have a big sign. hanging over ,it and,
directly on the PanaMS side but reachable, from the Canal Zone
side, a huge bolo', , ,r ,
' 3.. The. sign at eachAocation shall, read "Zonian stay
' home!" ne box- at 'each lOcation shall belabeled "Paycheks
Point 4 D011atiOnt Relief fOr Fire Victims". r e
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. The benefits oladopting this suggestion are-Obvious' Panama
will have everything they want from the Gringonwithout havirtg
to sully their minds,morals and reputations by associating with
'itcavbf.11 ,

' MIMS, should be congratulated on the rare 'quality of
courtesy found in her Guardia Nacional. During the months I
, have spent in this country I have found there to be most help helpful
ful helpful and pleasant with' few exceptions. dof 1
Previous encounters with police both in the United States
and in the Zone have left me with a terror of police in general,
so when I was recently involved in a minOr 'collision in PanaMa
WaS Most pleasantly surprised at the politences and consider consideration
ation consideration ehown by the Guardia. in the performance of their duty.
' Resident Alien

Sir:
It Is Strange-that the Panaltianten authorities should be
trying to stop juvenile delinquency when the rchildren are only
acting in a fuhion they learned by studying those same au authorities.
thorities. authorities. 4 -
The current ruckus arose from the death of4 one policeman.
Was there an equal Tuckuswhen members ot the Guardia
were Involved Ln the death of an old man in Colon, or a school schoolteacher
teacher schoolteacher In the Interior? Did the tutkus over ithe assassination
of a chief of state continue so long?
Ai for stealing, what happened to thsItainbow City school
which was sold for the nominal Sum of $1. to be re-erected Ss a
reform school to bell curh' this same juvenile ,, delinquency?
people of Colon and the Canal Zone contributed bard cash t twards
wards twards this projeet. Where Is the money now? Is It in Cativ?
How about the road touses, protected by big shots, in which
minors are working as prostitutes? won't sname them,. but
your readers will know many of them,
Politicos appropriate the people's tax mbnrey tor some, proj project,
ect, project, and when the money is finished you find about a quarter
cr the project or one at alL p"
These are the lessons the grownups' sit for today's children.
Vby should those same grownups be surprised then if the chil children
dren children steal and murder ,
In many schools vchild bf poor' parentecan win tree tul tulton
ton tulton on his ability. In those same schools an, official's child
can get free education whatever his ability.
I am sorry to say there are cases ievettin the, church In
hich poor folks are refused church services when it becomes
1 --lawn they are or were living in $1,11.1 If you,' hays money, the
cturcn often overlooks such things.
I might also ask whether Public achoOl thildren.should be
',"..7,,r1 clandestine dance to sell,
",-i9 the authorities get back to God and met' a better' ex ex-
- ex- -;:.e they will 01117 be In for.worse trouble from juvenile de de.
. de. -quency., , '
I hear that about 300 parents in Colon have Paid $5 tines
.7-r their children being on the streets' after 9 p.m. I wonder
- v ruch of this mpney is being turned overlct the Treasury.
I advise those rEsidents 'of Rio-Abajo 'who feek :they;,are.be :they;,are.be'
' :they;,are.be' cheated out of the price of a movie seat when they have to
e, their children out at 9 p.m. not to attend the movies for a
iAh, nor to drink in the bars In that area. They will soon see
e rate stAls measures stop, ,,
s-Hemember the Hungarian Martyrs

ey VICTOR RIESEL
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BUFFALO There were nQ ju
dicial robes -on the judges, nor
hushing attendants at a trial held
here on the afternoon and evening
of Monday, Mar. 17. The "court"
was a room in the Hotel Steller.
here vPere foul "judges" a
priest, a rabbi -and two profession
al jurists far from their own bench bench'A
'A bench'A This "court" which is yet to
make its first decision, has-already
set. precedent It did so mere merely
ly merely by convening. It set precedent
by hearing union members attack
thie leaders and charge that they
had been' dealt with unjustly.
The "courts which met that Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon was the first open
sessionof the Public Review Board
of the United Automobile Workers
Union. Four of the seven meMbers
Monsignor George Higgins, Di Director
rector Director of the Social Action Dept
of the National Catholic Confer Conference;
ence; Conference; Rabbi Morris Adler. of the
Shaarey Zedek Congregation of
Detroi t; Magistrate J. Arthur
Hanrahan, of Windsor, Ont., and
Judge Wade H. McCree Jr:, of
the Michigan Third Circuit Court
--sat as judges.
The "chief 'justice" of this s
"court's session was Judge Mc McCree.
Cree. McCree. This UAW Public Jleview
illoard was set up at ,the union's
convention bv1957 so that any
member punished in any fashion
by a local or by the nationat of officers
ficers officers themselves, including Walt Walter
er Walter Reuther, can appeal to thia out outside
side outside tribunal for relief. The other
three Aloard members are Dr.
Clark Kerr, chancellor of the Uni University
versity University of California, Bishop G.
Bromley Oxman. of Washington

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Bromley Oxman. of Washington, -t k. r
and Dr. Edwin Witte, formerly .,,, , A t
head of the Economics Dept. ot ,, M le
the University of Wisconsin. They 1 1.
sem under Rabbi Adler's chair- -
manshir without pay. 1 .. , .,I
' Their first public case' the other .1 ,, ,, ,-
Monday resulted from the appeals ,. 1 ,
of two UAW members, Bernard -, -
13.---Szymzack and Donald Dewyea. The mother of my four boys,
They had been suspended from Lo-, Ricardo,- Emilio, JaY, and Penn.
cal 897, at the Ford Stamping Co.1 has just written a book. These Joys
here. ,, are mine only by proxy, since they
' have a perfectly legitimate father
- Their story begins four-Viers but therdon't seem to spend much
ago. Styinzab was then presid- time with the family. They seem
ent of the local, There was con- to spend it with me, in the sum sumsiderable
siderable sumsiderable mixup in the uniints mertime, when Papa R i c a r d o
finances. Szyzak end several of brings his boat to the little Span Spanhis
his Spanhis colleagues were put on trial ish fishing, village In:which Ilive
befor the Auto Unions national from time to time,
executive board In 'Detroit. SIT- The mother of four 1)0Ys -- is
sack was ousted as president named Betty Lussier, abd she has
and punished by indefinite denial a book just out,' "Amid My AliEn
of, the privilege of running for
any office In the local. This was with
Cora" (Lippincott), which deals
raising these four young hel hel'
' hel' in 1954, Szynizak did not appeal
oont;-r-1 pardon, these four, wood wood,Ilhis,verdict
,Ilhis,verdict wood,Ilhis,verdict -, .-, i-, .,-tin ",11' Arf childrenin, a plant, palled
- Last year,, die altiffalo local 'had
Laroche in Spanish Morocco, While
a routine election. Szymzack's bud- She raised ,the younguns she ,also
dy, Don Dewyea, ran for- presid- ran a firm. v., ,,, ,s -. -,
ent, with bis friends backing.. ..- I think it is' a very good, bnok,
, The candidates who opposed the a kind of Moroccan "Egg and I'
Dewyea-Szyntzak bloc published a but tougher. To associate with
leaflet attacking them--repeating
these demonsthese magnificent
all the earlier charges against ozPs- blonde, blue-eyed cherubs (Get
zak.,The latter then went into the
New York State Supreme, Court dovm off the' Wall; Ittyl )-,---you, got
to get a court order which permit- to be tough. - f,
But if you take a Canadian girl
ted his group to question the, loc- who was raised in the Eastern
at tilliOn'ff president about the u unionaffairs
nionaffairs unionaffairs so they could ostensib- Shot' of Maryland, who' flew for
the' RAP' as a ferry pilot, worked
ly reply to the leaflet. ., , in the underground tn France,. had
At this point, it should be known one child on a golf course, Rooth Rooththat
that Rooththat virtually all union constitu- er in a garden (without assistance)
lions prohibit members from going. andd a couple more or less formal-,
to the outside courts for action-a-,.
iy and send her to Morocco to
gainst a tmion or its officers until run a ranch where she combatedi
every remedy and authority has ..
been appealed to- and exhausted ,,
inside the tudon.,This means. ,for ,,. .,
example, that the rank-and e, file
must put its case before a union's lilt
'a er'
national eonvention before appeal appealing
ing appealing to the yegular courts. : , ,,,,,
' The two men were notified of
thi8 clause in the constituion. TheY NEW YORKERS ,-
nevertheless went 'into the ,'. state ARE TALKING ABOUT ,,,
courts. So, last October, they were , , ,
suspended from the Buffalo local. Dandy Kayes song-silly in the
This means limy they are hide- "Merry Andrew" flicker.- It's ti tifinitely
finitely tifinitely denied all privileges ni tied: "The Square of the Itypote Itypotemembership
membership Itypotemembership ht the UAW al- nuse is Equal to the, Sum of ,the
though they retain their, jobs in Squares of the Two Sides'',
the plant. -1 ' The tIteatre's, cash-in-the bank
, At this point Szymzack and Dew- news. One 6,third of the shovo are
yea turned to the Public Review
Board made up of the seven citi- playing 'to capacity. Dollorpaloo Dollorpaloozos.
zos. Dollorpaloozos. .The I-a best-selling nov novzens
zens novzens named above. The Board has elt: Illy Love Possssd" and
its own headquarters and an exe- els,., iday 1 Aye rossesed" and
cutive secretary, Walter E. Ober- concern lawyers. ... The nude:
er. He runs It as a cOmeletely onto- swimthing
nomous unit over which the nation- episode in the, etGun
revert' movie. It's for European
al union has no Dower or control.
1. consumption only. 'Me elegant
, On receiving the appeals, I 11e tag for Her Grace's heir: Albert
canvassed the Board'e members. Alexandre Louis Pierre (Hi, All )
determined a mutually satisfactory
The championship w a y in;
date for the'conet" I ion s
ess ni w. bich Carmew-Basilio gamely tri triset
set triset the hearingthe first of Its
--- ed to protect his crown (in Chi.,
kindfor this ciky last, Monday.
Witnesses were called. ,The two last week) and the way Sugar Ray
added dignity tO the R u ti y o n
appellants not only .had the right Fund, of which he is a director.
to put the local union's president , ,, ,, ,., ..
on the stand but also had the right Ingrid Bergments beau telling re reto
to reto cross-examine him. This they porters: "We can neither confirm
could do by themselves,' or by re- nor deny whether we will get
tainMg professional legal bid. They monied." Transintion: The will
hired an attorney. The UntOn had ,,,
rry .11elen Gallagher's. mer merits
its merits ovm counsel representing it mtt
The four pudic "Judges" heard
al the evtdence and will forward ry-making in the "Oklahoma!" re reprise.
prise. reprise. Nothing but- talent. i Alf
a stenographic record to the ab abNovak.
Novak. abNovak. P. S. Don't invite them,
Hitchcock's comments about Kim
s members. The T11111 seven of the eam6a y.
rt .Sal' Mineo
this high court will ruleand it tu
who has the oddest suoerstition.
will be binding On the Unt, 011 and Carries in shoehorn for good luck.'
the appllants. 1
There should be a thousand such q a.
.G. B. Shaw's love-letters in Es Estdr
tdr Estdr aeebee was never more
cOurts, : .- roewhia, The High Court ruling

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.tlie :Other Side of the Moon'?

, NEW YORKERS
ARE TALKING, ABOUT
, ,
Dandy Koyes song-silly in the
"Merry Andrew" flicker.. It's ti titled:
tled: titled: "The Square of the Hypote Hypotenuse
nuse Hypotenuse Is Equal to the, Sum of ,the
Squares of the Two Sides",
The theatre's cosh-in-the bank
news. One b,third of the shovo ore
playing 'to capacity. Dollorpoloo Dollorpoloozos.
zos. Dollorpoloozos. .The I-a best-selling nov nov'
' nov' elt: 113y Love Possssd" and
els: "Sy Loye Possessed" and
concern lawyers. ;.. The nude:
swimthing episode in the, e'Gun
revert' movie. It's for European
consumption only. 'Me elegant
tag for Her Grace's heir: Albert
Alexandre Louis Pierre.. all, All )
.The championship w a y in:
which Carmen gamely tri tried
ed tried to protect his crown an Chi.,
lost week) and the way Sugar Boy
added dignity tO the It u ft y o n
Fund, of which he is a director.
Ingrid Bergmsn's beau telling re reporters:
porters: reporters: "We con neither confirm
nor deny whether we will get
monied." Tronsintion: The will
marry. .Helen Gallagher's. merrY-moking
in the "Oklahoma!" re reprise.
prise. reprise. Nothing but. talent. Alf
Hitchcock's comments about Kim
Novak. P. S.: Don't Invite them
to the son0 party. .Sol' Minor
who bos the oddest 'superstition.
Carries shoehorn for good luck.
B. Shaw's love-letters in Es Esqtdre.
qtdre. Esqtdre. aeebee was never more
eeewhiz ,The High Court ruling
that bookies con take tax' dedoc dedoctions
tions dedoctions on business expenses. Indred Indrediblyt
iblyt Indrediblyt the gov't profits from an
'ego.. biz... lennifer Jones' ', lat latest
est latest interestHindu philosophy.
James Garner wl was a here
Idng before hit "Maverick" click.
He taught I., is and was a.
warded 2 Purple Hearts. -.The
"Gigi" flicker soundtrack' album
Lerner-Leowe, wha composed the
"My Fair Lady" score, have
done. it.sesin, My pet is the lilt lilting
ing lilting tuns tagged: "The Night They
invented Champagne". .The Top
Three longest runing Breadwey
shows all 'clellsicals. .Debble
Reynolds, who knows hew te play

cpligbriliccualiturmeemcboemrs.
1 '. ' --. ', ''', ' ,' .1f.''' ; ,' '-' ' till- thelbStheneatite
I My 'Allen Corn -, ''' -; -- .... .ttee to hold extensive hearings
- , - on this' bill- even -though bearings
I
' '- , -.' s '" -- -'', .. : ' were held two years ago. So far
By- BOB 'RUARK-: - ., Sen. Allen Ellender 'of Louisiana,
- ',I , - '.! chairman, has hung back on, tak tak-
- tak- .. ', ': .. ', ' , - ,MeanWhile,' Benson is reported
both Arab, and Spaniard -- you I claim is an infringement on the a' bit 'hesitant about 'his earlier
might have some idea that is an copyright. -, -- plan to mppoint his 'friend Davies
unusual book. ,, ., I It Is not fair for dames who ,can as,.a delege to the British Food
. It is. End of book review. ,,,.--,, ;fly planes and setve as a fair Fair Aug.' 28-Sept; ll in London.
Betty raised ber younguns and' deckhand on a boat and raise chit- Last year Davies went as, a r rgot
got rgot out. the crops in Larache and tun and corn and hell to be able presentative to the A,m Olean
built herself a .yillage and re to wri'o good. Betty can also jump Meat- Institute, but ima -- year
formed the nativei and fit every- horses, and I think this is crimin- Benson was planning : to make
body, to 'a draw. She match-raced al. -- -,q',-,,,-, ' ; ' him an official delegate' if the
with Arab sheiks and caught the (Ric! I told yod not to light the Agriculture Department-until' he
mumps and -arranged romances firecrackers 'and block up the got all the' publicity,- over ghost-'
and s r up with ',the dead and house! You're ,not home nowt) writing Benson's statement that
heaven knows what, r ,-,, I keep' getting distracted. I was he -would not resign as Secretary
She dealt with bulldozers 'and in- gOing to say that I first met Bet- of Agriculture. i ,, ,, -,"
terior decoration' and Big Ricer- ty and Big ,Ricardo In Tangier just , ,' , ., .,',
do. her husband, who was general- after the, war, when, they had a" ;,,,''', REUTHER'S CRITIC .,-,,,,
ly off someplace else,I and I do- bout $200 between tbem and were I -,, --, ,, ,' 4, ,
n't blame him, while' all the fuss king of looking over, theit.shouldN'.! It 'harpper4d in a clostd,.,,- &or
and fury, was 41:Aug on.rta ,, ";, ersr,,:rbc oext4 tials,14e.sa,r,6p9rk essko 4 agi4the" pobild is,J6-0'sup-,,
Betty's a farmer;and a-fair duel was In Abercrombie and fitefi in posed to kph, about it',: but,tAri-1
shot, and can look real glamorous New York, so I judged that things ,iona's See; Barry, Goldwater, win)
ts
when' she' clinabs out or her dun- were lookink, up. ',.'Y ,, demanded an Investigation of' Au Augarees
garees Augarees and hits the cocktail -cir We've been batting around ", WI to Workers boss Walter Reuther.
cult in Madrid. .i. . , ,,,-.. various Portions O.!. the worldl tried at the list tninutp tn him
,

She la 'Ava Gardner's nearestl I'm going.to take' three members defense.. afford an economic',setbaek; and4
ivauljulis LU 1113 ILW11 UL ALM 11014-U1L441101. zyitim van b
neighbor 'and best trind SPRIN the family 0L, Big Ricardo, Lit- orseertenuothneeredfolor:tiolintheer: dKoowhi;'"I se3r) Ins sm,ohnereAmNearsi::
and she knows the puke end,pu-1 toe Ricardo, and Emilio to A le'rl
chesi of Windsor and Stavros Nt- frin and then I'm nine tn meTkienagr tEnraosat'd
writs, k". o) 411 t I.- ; 4

..ttauyros str trj2,11 aisn..d,st.th,e4nal'in going .t.n, wr
1 'h'e're:;! wh'i"red" Gowldw. atve7c beuhuiwnitil ;2"11 jol jinula"u5diwAr";11.7

archos and grows a right fine Me, a book,'-- too. -'' P
stand of hybrid corn. She also puts' It will be ,called "Among m
-. '''' ,4 -cio's-e'd'tioor-s7H-e '01'3-v1117;1y .1';arniuetcl I ''..iie-m-arTea--.0"n'..14-n-iassador (not
''''' --) the quick ,- witted Reuther would the new Venezuelan): "The band' .,
my records back in the tartlet Alien Children." and I hope' I can
jackets so I'can't find anithing, l write it as well as Betty just wrote, outtalk 'Herbert Kohler in the says one' thing, the mouth the oth othwindup'
windup' othwindup' testimony over the bitter, er. Either Mr. Eisenhower should
Betty scares me. She likes ., to hers. ' ' i four-year strike at the Kohler not have restricted oil, or he ',,
write. Anybody in his correct state (JaY, for The 'last time, get dOWn company's shehoygan, Wis, plant. should not have made t hill-,
of mind knows -that writing is a' off that wall!) Cr,tsht ',,, "Neither one, of them knows speech." -d-- C 'dee
horrid chore and should be done .. We41, you can't make an ()mei ()meionly
only ()meionly for economic necessity.; Not ette without. breaking eggs.' much about this strike," s a I d Note: Eisenhower wss uner,t,
Can Goldwater.. .. )., ''' pressure from Senator Lyndon
Lussier She writes for fun, which you Betty? '- "Do. you think it would be fair Johnson, of Texas and some of
,, ,---7-7.,'""1-77'----:-----77-----------7"---- to Walter Reuther now noVto let Ike's Texas ,oil friends to further...
,. .
- : ,, IL 11 11 a -,,....., ". ot a t, ,, It m --. 11 ,,' him come 'down. here? demand- curtail oil rmports. . -- ,,

the tuba, of ell things. .Nathantleaving 141 With lUst 12 to his
i
Leopold getting car-sick after be- MIMS. Ho once ruled a 220, mil milMg
Mg milMg -released from loll,- It inspir- limy betting empire. .'..Perry Co Coed
ed Coed a Chicago reporter's n If t y: mo explaining his songcess In
"Nathan Leopold walked out of Newsweek), 'If you get lucky end
.
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Statesville prison into the wow
dorful Wort.; of free men.'' He
promptly Lot Ack" Gina Lona Lonabrigida
brigida Lonabrigida scorning th.e slack fashion.
Twk choors.

- James Thurber -explaining that
the secret of superior writing is
rewriting: 'IA :story rve been
working on was rewritten fifteen
times. There must have been
close to $240,000 wrods-2,000 hours.
Yet the finizbt, version can't be
more than 20,000 rods." As we
have frequently ,noted the qvay
to write is to write, write, rite,
write,- : Saramount paying
$500,000 for Han Suyin's unpub unpublished
lished unpublished novel, "'The 'Mountain Is
Young' The happy notion 'of
transforming "Aunti Mame" into
a musical. It can't miss. .Lee
Remick, who is Outstanding ,''''in
"The Long Hot,Summer movie.
Another graduate of 'Teevee, .$ A
rousing tempo. ,The happy-go,
luxury toy in a kilth Ave. shop, A
mink-trimmed doll carriage. Cost:
$3,000.' ,

The Acadetfty Awards hoop a.
The best acceptance speech was
once delivered by writer Donald
Ogden Stewart,,, He proclaimed
candilr. "I want you all to know
that I thank nobody but myself
for winning this, award. I d on't
owe anything to anybody.'Nobody
helped trig a all", 4The ,daffy
movie biz. Flickers like ,41 Was
sk Teenage Frankenstein"' are cur currently
rently currently big money-makers.. .The
mystery' about who wrote the
screenpley for "The Bridge on the
River ,Kwat," which is no, myste mystery
ry mystery to insiders. .Mitch, ti tiler's
ler's tiler's "Bonnie Eloise", disc, A.
folksy-holdsy nielody. Mamie
Van Dgren's skewp: "Sex is a
normal, healthy part of life." The
birdsnbees will confirm.
"Conquest,"CBSl descination
science report. It showed the first
pictures ever taken of actual st
oms electronically magnified 3
million times. Marry Gress

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do what imople,' like then you
lasts' The first 4 words of the
sentence' aro the most Important.
Actress Joanne -.Woodward's ac ac..ate
..ate ac..ate observt ". Per a I
a:.3ng Is fundamentally a chil children's
dren's children's game. All children are
actors",,, r. Another reason t h e
recession will not endure:, About
$40 billionwill be spent on high
ways. ...Dody' Goodman tin Time
magi' being panned by the man
shit helped make successful. He'll
learn what Godfrey Seamed:
Even if you win a fight with an
underd lose everybody's
sympathY. ' '

Sid" t'ao's; r, who 'at mu muSitati.
Sitati. muSitati. He studied the -saxophone
at ,the Julliard School of Music.
tv, revival of a Jean Har Harlow
low Harlow flicker. "Red Dust.," T h e
contemporary -mardynmonroes are
pale topies of Miss Harlow.
The new tunes with silly taller
Teenie, Weenie Jeanj e" and
"Skinny Minnie." (Ohhhh1;'.
Doubleday's .43nflation' and Re Recession?'
cession?' Recession?' tome. Jt explains our
economic problems in a single
line: "The value of our incomes
are being eaten away bY infla inflation.'
tion.' inflation.' The' size of our incomes
are' threatened by recession."
Ray Walston in, "Who Was 1.11;at
Lady I Saw You With." A fun funny
ny funny .The Barnum and Bai Bailey
ley Bailey e Ringling Bros, Circus open opening
ing opening at Madison Square Garden.
There will be scads of celebs and
other attractive people from the
allied professions representing .the
Runyon Cancer Fund s. which
(for the first time) Will divide
the' opening ,night gate with the
Bravest and Finest Fund. The lat latter
ter latter Fund sends a check for $.500
to the widows and famillea of
New York Police and Firemen,
Sweeney's pretty patter about
Mike Todd! He made Us forget our
troubles and remember .our
dreams. '

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copyright. -, ,' plan to mppoint his friend Davies
It Is not fair for dames who ,can as, a delege to the British Food
fly planes and serve as a fair Fair Aug.' 28-Sept; 11, in London.
1
deckhand on a boat and raise chit- Last year Davies went as, a re reluo
luo reluo and corn and hell to be able presentative to the A,m Olean
to wri'o good. Betty can also Jump Meat- Institute, but his ,year
horses, and I think this is crimin- Benson was planning : to make
al. -- '" ''''"''''''''' '.,'- --,'' '',' him en official delegate. if the
, Mir! I told you not to light the Agriculture Departmentunta he
firecrackers 'and block up the got all the' publicity,- over ghost ghosthouse!
house! ghosthouse! :You're ,not home nowt) writing Benson's statement that
,-,: I keep' getting distracted. I was he would not resign as Secretary
geing to say that I first met Bet- of Agriculture. i f, ,, :
ty and Big Ricardo In Tangier just , ,' '. ' .,- ,:
after the war, when, they had a', ; ,''', R RUTH S RIS C R IT I C ,',1
bout $200 between them and were ,-, -,..., 1, ', i 4,,,.. ',
king of looking ever, their,shouidn,',', lt 'happsned in a clostcl, ,,- 'door,
ersr,:rbc next tiols,14e-saznprk esske asi4(..the" p01$11C Asco sup-,
wae.in Abercrombie and fi c in posed to kph, about it','. but,tAri but,tAriNew
New but,tAriNew York, So I judged that things lona's See; Barry, Goldwater, whe
ts
were lookink. up. ,''Y ,, ,, .. tdemanded an investigation of Au AuWe've
We've AuWe've been batting arowid ',',In to Workers boss Walter Reuther.
various portions of , the world tried at the list minute to block
since. Pretty soonlike six months him iroin testifying' in his own
I'm going 'to take- three members defense. .-,, i ,1
of the family 0,L, Big Ricardo, Lit- "I see no need for either' Koh-1

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WASHLNGTON -When Aled Da-- ed chairman John McClellan, thil 's
vies, lohoyist for the meat. paca- Arkansas Democrat whose owa
ers, stood at the bar in the Natiou- philosophy is hardly pro-Reuther; 1
al PreseClub and boasted about "I did not give a darn whethq
his close friendship with Ezra he came or not," snapped Geld 4
-fait Benson, he dion't do himself I water, "but as far as Kohler wi,4 -I
much good. But he did do some' concerned,- I do not think he is
good- for the -American public. I going to add much to this thine;
iBill McGaffin of the Chicago ,Now, as to Reuther wru have lots
Daily News promptly wrote a sto-', oto questions we can as hf.,:-..." ,;,, I
ry about Davies'. boast e v e nl "I am not going to be a party I
though ,Davies made big noisestto denying him the rig to tesi i ,4
lk
about having McGaifin bounced' tify before his commitee, snort. I,,
from the press club. .- ,, ed McCellan., ' 4 I 44
The farmers who look to Ben- "I just do not think that he is -, ,
son for support hadn't entirely re- going' to add anything; and I da ',., ,,,
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alized before that Ezra is a more not care if be comes or not.'l
the friend af the meat packer and shrugged Goldwater. "And t h ei ',
big processor than he is of A ke same "'ay, with 'Kohler, becausl ''
dirt farmer.-' . ' : -.. .., Kohler, I feel certain, does not
His close. friend Davies, for in- know too much about .- this," ,.. ; '
stance, is .now lobbying against -.Despite Goldwater's closed-doe,
the O'hiahoney bill mtr9duced by maneuver, Reuther was invited ..,
tbe senator-from. W yo ming to later' to say .his cc-, .,.. a 4,..
transfer antitrust jurisdiction, over 1,- .. 't- .,-.. '',.: g''.2.1 ': ', '.- ''', ql. Q
the 'meat packers to the Federal NEWEST AMBASSADOR a
Trade ,Commission., -- O'Mahoney ,,' ,,, ,: ,,,,, ., t ',...-', ' A
know. the -housewife will get lit- Latest addition 'te the diploma, 4,
de pratection Irom Benson Agricul- tic' corps' is svelte, handsome -amt., 1
ture Department, so, he- walhas bassador Hector Santaella,,repre
the Federal Trade Commission to sentative of -tilt new, dentocratie..-
act instea& '.Davies is .1 opposin gevernment of' Venezuela which 1 41
the trensfer. -',-,' : -' '' -' '. recently kicked out long-time ter- --
Divies is also the lebbyist work- rorist dictator PerezJimenez. : -v
nig to stop the Humane Slaugh- Educated. a Texas A. -andM. El- ,!, -.,
ter Bill,' already passed by the niVersity and Harvard,' ambassa-, .,,
House of Representatives, thanks dor Santaella ls a- businessman
to Congresswonfin Martha Grif- whn understands, the problems of t 4i
fiths 'of Michigan. This bill would American oil companies.. yet was
require bogs and ateers to be giv arrested three times by hated po- ,' 1
en a quick dose, of gas before they lice chie,f Pedro Estrade beacsuse
are hammered over- the head in hs chatnpioned ,democracy. ., I
the packing houseC In ,sPme elks, Calling 'on President 'Eisenhow---
es dazed steers, knoCked on .the e-r to present. his credentials, De', :.
head but not Idlled, go careeuing came back impressed- .,, .'
around' the slaughterhouse before "The President. was in.,eicellenl -1,,-
they are ,finally butchered,. ',- i I healh,- alert,, charming. aympathe-"q
-Lobbyist Davies has been work-' tic,?', he said. "Be has a .wariu,:1 ..
ing with the Republican ,members dynamic personality.".' '''l
of the Senate Agriculture com- Deepite. the charming recePtion: ''
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mittee to hold extensive hearings Ike gave to the new Venezuelait,o' ;
on this' bill- even though' hearings ambassador,: two dayi later 'Ite,t
were held two years ago. So far 'dapped a restriction on Venezuela' t ,,
Sen.' Allen Eilender 'of Louisiana where it hurts most .7. ,imnorts of
chairman, has hung back on, tak- Venezuelan oil.,,-., '. If f 4
ing action.- 1,.'.. , -, The diplomatic corps Was' fla561-.1
,Meantvhile,' BellSon -is reperted bergasted over tbe fact that' El40
i bit -hesitant' about 'his earlier senhower delivered a full ,4'drest, -, '1
plan to uppoint his 'friend Davies speech one-day last week inipha4.,
as, a delege, to the' British Food sizing the,simportance of foreign4 ..'
Fair Aug.' 28-Sept; 11, in London. trade and on the same da', slar
Last year Davies went as a r- ped new,American restrictions co r
presentative to the A,in Olean foreign trade. '. -3,),-, ,'?,-"'-''' -11. ',
Meat- Institute,' but his '',',' year His speech against t, restrictions, ,.. 11
Benson was ,planning Ito make on foreign trade was telecast' to I
hint an official delegate:if the the, entire:Gaited, States Irina: 4 4, f
Agriculture, Department-untit. he bipartisan forum cerganized, by' ,
got all the' publicityover Ihost-' Charles-,1raft, brother of the- late e ,' ,,,
writing Benson'a statement :that Senator ,Bob ,Tlifty-a forunt from-'f.
he 'would not resign as Secretary whidh. sitar bipartisan speakers &In
of Agriculture. i ,., ,...' .." Adlai Stevenson and Speiter Santa
' '," ' .i1 , .' -,, ,'''..,' Rayburn had agreed, witli Eiserr"
' '' REUTHER'S CRITIC :' ,, hower.thatiAnreigh tracts 'Milt t
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', '. It;happcneci in a clostd, -,,, door ,e''' Net ain ,the Amps, da slice 'thy-4,"
eesston4 as.,4the" pilhild' tsiQ'sup-, 'ectoptsforlben Ise, 4,0n: eir':,' flit ':,'
posed to' Itnaw abont it',,: but,Ari- fromf ''. 1., ; a,,.., ..7', '. '1,4 '' '1
i01141'11 Sew; Barry, Goldwater, -who 1) -Canada,-;.)whieh laCedlnintilct
demanded an Investigation lit' Au- diate national elections where U.S;''' ;
ttroieWd oarktetrhs6 bloissst Wmainl tuert e. Rtoeubtlhoterk. ah2int)ovsei tnye ziuse' lean, wislasuoese; '-ne' w,, ,d- e'm di ... i
him front testifying' in his own cratie non-dictator regime can't' 1
defense. .-, ,..' afford an economic',,setback; gut ,,, 1.1
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CITERAMERICACOS, S.

PICKET UAW HEADQUARTERS Protesting' a seniority
agreement that forced them off their Aobs, auto workers
picket outside Solidarity House, the United Auto 'Workers' in4
ternational headquarters in ,Detroit. About 20 workers, ern ernployes
ployes ernployes of ,Chrysler's Momar Parts plant in suburban Detroit,:','
began picketing after falling to get "satisfaction" from the '1'
UAW. They were forced off their jobs when Chrysler 1mled.,:
another plant, Moran-Griffin; to Marysville, a town near port '',
- Huron, mieb. ,

' ,The shireholders of kloteles' Interamericanos,
S.' A. are 'hereby riotified that ths annUal meeting of
, sharetolders will be held at .8:00, p.m. Wednesdays, :
Aptil 16th, 19,5a; at ,1iotel El, Panama Hilton, Via Es
parialNo. 111, Panama ,City, Republic 'of' Panama,
, for Atha following purposes: ,
1.Annual report of the President. ,
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2.Approval tot Inventories and Balances for
the year 1966.,. , : ,
3.Election, of the- Board of Directors.
' 4.Any other matter duly presented to the As
embly.-7-7-7. ROBERTO EISENMANN
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1 the authorities get back to God and set a better ex- : ..,,,--.Z.,,'. ' long before hie "Maverick" click. Itiver Kwai," which is no mYsie- Bunyo Cancer Fund ,.,-.. w-litch. 1.Annual report of the president. ' '
(for the first time.)' will divide
, pproya to inventories ,And Balances, for
ley will only be In tor.worse trouble Irons Juvenile de- 2.--A l f ' ' '
. ,, Ho fought 4.. 1'. Aa and was a- ry to insiders. . .1Viitch,, M 1,1-
the' opening ,night gate with the
44"7 , A wartisd 2 Purple Hearts. .. '.The ler's "Bonnie Eloise", disc, A
ar that about 300 parents in colon have paid ss tines tic:-,:t "Glgl" filckar soundtrack' album folksy-holdsy nielody. Mamie Bravest and Finest Fund. The tat- the year 1956. l ' '
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r children being on the streets' atter 9 p.m. I wonder Lerner-Leewe, who composed the Van DOren's skewp: Sex is ter Fund sends a check for $500
3.7-Election, of the. 130aid of,pirectors.
ch or this mpney is being turned over"to: the Treasury. r-9 "my Fair Lady" score, h a v e normal, healthy part of life The to the widows and families of
vise those rEsidente nt Itio-Abalovho feek:tbey;aro-be-...-....... '"-40,-- i dont:, lt,again, ...ssy pet is the lilt- birdsnbees will confirm. New York Police and Firemen' -4.Any other matter duly' presented to the As- 1
ted out of the price of a movie seat when they have to -- '1"-"-et- , Ing tune tagged: "The Night They ""Conquest,"CBSlhlimination killed-in,.tellon.......AntillobMe- ... ,
ir children out at 9 p.m. not to attend the movies for a .,.? a,--",' al ', invented Champagne". ..The Top science report. It showed the first Sweeney's pretty patter about temblY . ,
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lor to drink in the bars in that area. They will soon see al,11:1,1 j Throo longest runing Broadw'sy pictures ever taken of actual st Mike Todd! He made Us forget our
like ats.to measures stop, .., ---,...,- . -,N , 77,6;,,- - A shows all 'dolisicals. .Debble oms electronically magnified 3, troubles and remember our
...Remember the Hungarian Martyrs Reynolds, who knows how to play million times. Marry 0 e e s si dreams. de 1 4
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PICKET UAW HEADQUARTERS Protesting' a seniority k
agreement that forced them off their Aobs, auto workers
picket outside Solidarity House, the United Auto Workers' in,4 .,
1 ternational headquarters' in ,Detroit. About 20 workers, ern-
ployes of ,Chrysler's Momar Parts plant in suburban Detroit,:': 4
began picketing after falling to get 'satisfaction from the ',1'
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another plant, Moran-Griffinp- to Marysville, a town near rort-,
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ANNEIIIIIIM.IIV
' 1101I1111:1TERAMERICArOS S lit 1 '-'
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. . The shareholders of ,Hoteles' Interameticanos, ,''
S.' A. ail 'hereby riotified that the anniial meeting of
, ,, ,
' sharetolders will be held at .8:00, p.m. Wednesdays, T
. ,
' rAptil 16th, 19,58; at 'Hotel El Panama Hilton, Via Es EsparialNo.
parialNo. EsparialNo. 111, Panama .City,' Republii 'of Panama,
, for the following purposes: , ,- -.
, .. 1.Annual report of the President. ,. , ,
' 2.App' rovar tot Inventories and 'Balances for
the 'year 1966; ,','''i''' ',,',' ',' '., i' ,' ,., 's
3.Election, of the. Boar-d of Direitors.
' 4.Any other matter duly presented to the As- ,t
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'embly;-7-7---.---- ROBERTO EISENMANN -- ----I
, N.., President' , ,' ' i
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A v i PANAMANIAN WEDDING CAKE ,
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1 Several of my ladY friends in the States are anxious to receive
,l instructions on how to make the Panamanian -wedding cake,
; could you please print the recipe, or the name ot Eny lady on the
if Isthmus from whom I may secure the recipe? I . ,,
ft ' ',.--- Lover of Panallia and its Native Foodi .
:., ,,,-: ,, It:101..0 Notov:, over to elir readers. ,-.1,, AN, ii,,t ..
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' J ,would like to correspond with someone in i fOreign country
and would appreciate it if you could send rne the name and
address of a person who can read and write sEnglish and whe
' would care to write to me. If they write to me tirst, I will answer
, their letters. ,
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' ' ' Mrs. N; B. Kendall,'
- ,' ,, E. 3. 14135 ..... is mne Read,;,,
' '',''' ' ' Praser 'Michigan. ",
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EMPLOYE SUGGESTIN,
Sir: ,. r l' ' 4 I,
Herewith is -troy contribution to 1 the Employe Suggestior
Program, foreign aid and the good neighbor policy (as practiced
t by the Panama roreign Office): -. ',
r I. Put blockades at Tivoli Alletille, 4' Street and The Limits.
1 2. At each blockade' have a big sign hanging over ,it and
- directly on the PanaMS side but reachable, from the Canal Zone
side, a huge bon; . ,,L ,, ,,,, 2,,,t; ,, 4 ,,
' 3. The, Sign at each location shall, read "Zonian s,tay
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0., homer The box at each lOcation shall be labeled "Paycheks 4,-
i Point 4 D011atiOnS ,-. Relief for Fire Victims". r , '
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'''t, will have everything they want from the Oringos,without havirti
i to sully their minds, morals and reputations by associating with
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.Eto" milt HILL' portrays a T-33 jet trainer' on a 'South Amerl ean alr strip in hie painting mAirStriP, Colombia, Thls is On-e
, of lit paintings now on exhibit until APril 4 at the Tivoli Guest House.- The paintings, all done by-members of the Society of
aeuvitee et the caribbean Air Command and were contributed by the artists to the USAF Museum.-
14.$ Illustrators, depict

't the' following Is the schedule
of Holy Week Services at the Se Secred
cred Secred Heart Chapel in Ancont
Holy Thursday --' High Mass at
3, p.m. followed by the procession
of the Most Blessed 'Sacrament
to ,the Repository, and tbe' Cere
mony of the stripping of the' Al Altar.
tar. Altar. Adoration at the Repository
from after Mass until the sacred
fuoetions of Good Friday '' afteract9n-
!
GOod Friday -- et. Solemn
LitUrgiCal Afternoon Service 'V
Gurz Lores Passion and Death
commences at 3 p.m.lhis'Servic p.m.lhis'Services
es p.m.lhis'Services consists of four 'parts: ,Ist
pagt,- The Reading' of the 'Les 'Lessons
sons 'Lessons and the PaSSiOn: 2nd part,
The Solemn Prayers. Srct part --
The Adoration of the HOITI CTOSS
dth 'opt ,The Communion. --,-
Holy Saturclay The Easter
Vigil Service 'commencer' 11
p.m. Holy Sattfday's Ceremonies
consist 'of The' Blessing of the
New Fire; The 'Blessing of t h.e
Easter Candle; The PrOCeSSiOn and
the Paschal' Hymn;''The Reading
of the Lessons: First 'plat Of the
Litany of the Saints's! The 'Blessing
. ot .03 astrismat Promules; andv the
' Secon Ptrt tI'vf tbe Litany Of ihe
Saints. ,Pasaidt"Vrill
begins lit, Midnight.

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-1 .",JUVENINA, Jordan, April CUP)
--;ate Jordanian government
tdo' lc over all petroleum depots
!,' hi the country today in a move
- which amounted .to virtual na na.,
., na., tionalization.

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,,rhe decision was taken at it
five-hour Cabinet meeting which
- ended at midnight last night night-
- night- The move Wait seen here as
assuring Jordanian supplies
direct from Iraq, in preference
to the route from Beirut, Lei:
anon, via Syria,
Toreign affairs minister Sa Samir
mir Samir Rifai said after the meet meeting
ing meeting that the government was
taking over all responsibility for
, the import and distribution of
It also supervise the
transport et petroleum, supplies
from Iraq.
Be added, than Jordanian and
Iraq transportation companies
would get preference in cases
, where- their rates were equal
, to those of foreign' eountries6

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. JACKSON, Miss. (UP)- An In In'
' In' dianapolis businessman planned to
begin, digging through 'Louisiana's
history today in an ,effrt to veri veri-
- veri- ly what he described at his
'' daughter's "first hand account"
of Civil War fighting, given under
, hypnosis.
-
Leonard E. Kord said some en'-
,
ridents the daughter related' al al'
' al' teady have been found to torre-,
, spond with fact. He will' conduct
bis research at Shreveport, La.,
he said here- yesterday.
: The daughter, Mrs. l'atricia
ileanne Williams, 29, of Louisville,
,"regressed" to, a Civil War
' soldier while in an "age. reces recesbum"
bum" recesbum" trance induced by. hypnotist
Itichard Williami of Indianapolis,
Kord said.
-
, Kord played tape recordings he
- laid were made during his daugh,-,
ter's sessions with the hypnotist.,
re recorded voice, speaking in
: ,Southern, drawl', gave detailed
accounts of 0141 War battles.
The speaker identified "him "him'
' "him' self" as "Grne Donaldson, 20,
COnfParrate SOldier who
rworked in the field' near
- Threveport before joining up.

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1E1(' SERV!C,S .1:

Easter Sunday Masses willl
be at 5:55 a.m. 7:30 jam and
9:30 cm.
Confessions will be beard. at the
following times this week: 1TODAY
it to 5 p.m. and, ? to 8 p.m.
Friday 7 to II p.m.' Saturday Saturday3:30
3:30 Saturday3:30 to 5 p.m. only. '-
t .15T. LUKE'S :
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'This evening at. 7;30 o'clock,
there will, be a special celebra- 1
tion of the Holy Communion at
the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon,
lin commemoration of the' L a t :
Supper of Our Lord. Dean Peter Peterson
son Peterson will be the celebrant and the
Rev, Samutl Walden 'Will preach
the sermon on ,,!"l'he, Drama ot,
Salvation."'
- On Good Friday, Morning Pray Prayer
er Prayer will be said at 8:30 a.m., and
the three-hour mediation will be
held from noon to 3 p.m. with
Dean Peterson as the preacher.
Re will preach on t4The Problems
of Daily Living" as expressed
through' the ',seven last" words of
Our Lord from the 'Cross. With a
stress on the incarnate life of t.le-1
sus; Dean Peterson will review'
the Christian' answers to guil
despair, self-centeredness,' loneli-t
ness, suffering,' ,frustratIon n tit
death. Inl the, evening at 7, the
Stations of the Cross,with Medi Medi.tation
.tation Medi.tation will 'be herd, folldwi,tt by;.the
weeldy class whiaillistua,Y whiaillistua,Ying
ing whiaillistua,Ying the Gospel bf
Ou Holy Saturday, Holy Commu Communion
nion Communion willij be celebrated at 8:30
cm., and baptisms will be ad administered
ministered administered at 5 p.m. On Easter
Sunday, there will be celebrations
of Holy Commtmion at COO, 8:30
and 10:30 a.m. At the two latter
services. Dean Peterson and Bish Bishop
op Bishop Gooden will alternate with
preaching' and 'officiating.
The Choir Guild has prepared
; special music from Mendel s ssohn's
sohn's ssohn's "Elijah." In the afternoon,
the Mite Box presentation service
will 'be held at 4:30., Finally' at 7
p.m., Evening Prayer wia be said
in the Chapel. '",

Cen:1
Fetes Pea :ilia Cops

' Mal, Pastor 'Ramos, Jr., Chief 1
of the Atlantic' Sector and$Maj. A- 1
ristides Hassan,. Panama's Traffic
Chief,' were jointly honored se a 1
party given by employes of the
Engineering Division of the Pane
-I
ma Canal Company, 'at the pia
blo Heights residence of Mr. (Joe
M. Watson, last might.
Watson, representing the Enid
neering Division ; employes, ex expressed
pressed expressed in well chosen words ithe
importance of reunions of thiS na-
ture Which tend to dispel 'naisun 'naisunderstandings
derstandings 'naisunderstandings between the people of
anama and the Americans living
in the Canal Zone. He further
stated that both ,of the honored
officers were doing an 'outstand 'outstandnig
nig 'outstandnig job, as ambassadors of their
country. , .,
Mr. Ruby Quintero then spoke
in Spanish and presented the hon honored
ored honored guests with certificates of
friendship,. The certificates were
signed by J, Kr Cooke, designing
engineer. - ,
Major Ramos answered the ad addresses
dresses addresses of Mr. Watson add Mr.
Quintero, in Spanish, apd assured
the gathering that he was deeply
gateful for the honor, being paid
him and his colleague: He reiter reiterated
ated reiterated Mr. Watsod's remarks that
the interests of both the United
States :and Panama weri being
well served through the friendship
that develops when people of both
countries get together and under understand
stand understand each other's ,problems. Ma Major
jor Major Hassan them spoke in fluent
English and profusely thanked the
hosts for honoring him and Maj.
Ramos, two officers who had
come from humble homts through
the ranks of the Guardia Nacio NacioIn
In NacioIn 'addition to the large group
of Engineering Division employes
attending the party -were Col.
Robert D. ,Brown, Engineering and
Construction Director, John Hot Hot.
. Hot. len, Chief,' Executive Planning
Staff,' Capt. Gaddis Wallt, Balboa
trist Commander of the Candi
Zone Police, Judge Sebastian Rios
., of the Panama Traffic Court, At At.
. At. torney David Robles and Salomon
, Pereira of Panama City, Lts. Ro Ro,
, Ro, bles, Rodriguez and Sosa of the
Guardia 'Nacional', Mucha a n d
Walter C. Watson..., ,
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World 'Of 'Jazz- Sings Bille

cosigetomo. 'Now"

"playing him out.'
, The' number was Handy's most
famous composition and perhaps
VpsCfamburot 'Anitricab
jazz 4 songs ,--- "The St.,' Louis
Blues." '
; "Give It to 'em 'good and
strong," ordered Samuel Battle,
Negro former parole commission commissioner
er commissioner and one of the. planners of the
funeral.
The band members, dressed in
bright' blue imitorms with yellow
trim, obliged. 4 ,
The Rev. Adam Clayton Powell
Jr., Negro pastor, of the Abyssin Abyssinian
ian Abyssinian Baptist Church and Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic member of Congress, de delivered
livered delivered the funeral sermon.

Understudy' For Gabriel
"His peisonal, 'blues are now
ended," Powell said. k
, "No more the pr blame of
Beale Street. No more the irrita
tion of Memphis. No more the
vexation of the St.., Louis wo woan
an woan r
"Gabriel low 'has an' under understudy,
study, understudy, and when the last trumpet
shall sound, Handy will blow the
last blues. ' ' 1
, "From, this pulpit I have per personally
sonally personally buried King Oliver, Fats
Waller. Charles, taardbird) Par Parker',
ker', Parker', ,Bill (Bojangles) Robinson.
,And now Bill Handy is with them
--what a jam sessiont
'It is true there is no business
like show business except for
one 'business, and. that's God's
business. Anyone passing through

411,0MON.Mft

, ACROSS ; 52 Ronson road
I Fathei of Cain St3, PwremmterY
and Abel "111
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Mother of
mankind ''''' "" DOWN
1 Son ot Seth I Toward the
12 Firewood sheltered side
(Texas) ,,,, 2 Derlings
13 Rodent ', 3 Handled
14 Stout twine 4 Entangle :
15 Direction S Goddles
18 Devotee 1 ..ttutie 't :
1,7 a,Emeraid burn's ''-
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IS Age 9 Analogical
19 Fall flower 10 Narcotic
21 Mire ", 11 DiePoten
22 of 19 Took into'
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NEW YORK., (UP)The world this world who makes life little
of jazz sang the blues yesterday bit more joyful and a little hap hapfor
for hapfor W. C. Handy, 'Beale Street's pier is doing the business of God.
ambassador plenipotentiary of W. C., Handy was an ambassador
- The "Father of the BlueS,", who
died last week- at the age of IR, In ms eulogy; Powell said:
was buried near the Hadem that 4'For any Negro who 'can have
paid him his final trumpet trib. both Alabama and Tennessee
ute, despite an appeal from the Praise him most be"a man of
mayor of Memphis, Tenn., that he good will." 1, 1.
be laid to rest in the town he -"
made the capital of jazz. Crowd tverflows Church
More than 150,000 persons, 'both '' ' :
Negro and white, celebrity and '''The big church was filled with
unknown, jammed Harlem's Abys- 3,000 persons and an overflow
crowd of 1,000 in another room.
sinian Baptist' Church and the
Loudspeakers carried the sexvicc
streets outside to hear Handy
praised as. an "understudy of Ga- to the, crowds outdoors.
briel." , President Eisenhower,,,
. President Richard M. Nixon and
They' "Played Him Out" New York Gov, Averell Harriman
, 4 ,, sent telegrams of condolence to tht
family: At the service were such
There 'was the 40' Prince telebritier' as Cab' Calloway, Os.
Han Brass Band that followed the
car Hammerstein 'II, Nobel
maroon hearse through 23 heavi- sle, Marian Anderson,. Cole Por
ly-lined blocks 'playing first the ter, writer LangstonAlughes ak
somber str eins of Tchaikowsky's singer Juanita Ran.
"Pathetique," and Chopin's "Fu "Fu,
, "Fu, limit March." Then as liaidy's '
New York's Maor
Wagner paid tribute to' Handy al
' body was- borne, swiftly. away to t Ant r
the Woodlawn Cemetery in the
a man whose memory and- gooc
, Bronx, the' band followed the old deeds will "live forever in Ou
I tradition of the lazz world by
, , !hearts of '.211 .our nenola!'

to the, crowds outdoors.
President Eisenhower,, ''', Vice
President Richard M. Nixon and
New York Gov, Averell Harriman
sent telegrams of condolence to the
family: At the service were such
telebritier' as Cab' Calloway, Os Oscar
car Oscar Hammerstein '11, Nobel Sis
sle, Marian Anderson, Cole Por Porter,
ter, Porter, writer Langston, Hughes and
singer 4Juanita Han. '
'New York's Maor, Robert P.
Wagner paid tribute to' Handy as
a man whose memory and good
deeds will "live forever in the
hearts of '.1111 our people.", Ed
'Sullivan :said he could not think
of Handy's passing without a feel feeling
ing feeling of sorrow because "he' left
suck a feeling. of greatness.' '0
,

,
, Dr.,' Channing Tobias, chairman
of the board of the National,As National,Association
sociation National,Association for the Advancement of
Colored People, said 'Handy had
spoken in a universal language.
,"No one could look upon him
as a Negro," Tobias said. "He
was a Negro, but be was vastly
bigger than that."
,

Senatorial Shru

WSHINGTON (UP) S e
Styles Bridges, (11,-NH) today
shrugged off as t'absurd" a Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Hoist member's demand
that be apologize for lining up
Army bandsmen to play for a
private' party at at Army offi officers'
cers' officers' club.,
Bridges said :the New 'Hamp 'Hampshire
shire 'Hampshire congressional delegation has
been bille d. "as expected". and
has 'paid for 'use of the musi musiArmy
Army musiArmy Secretary Wilber
Brucker wrote Porter the Arrny
musicians should not have been
assilined because of regulations
against their use for parties with
political overtones. He said Bridg Bridges
es Bridges would be billed for' the cost.
Bridges told' the United Press
the till for the music was includ included
ed included 'es part of the charge for size
of the officers', club ,"as expect expected"
ed" expected" and had been paid. He made
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MY son. jim, writes front Wash Washington:
ington: Washington: "Here is a lucky hand, I
was South and real') should have
settled for game rubber and a
small slam but I don't pick up four
aces and two kings very nften and
then hear an ,opening bid from my
partner. Of course his hand was
rather weak for a vulnerable
preempt, bat I :, imagine that I
should have allowed for it.
"West opened the 'king of dia dia1
1 dia1 monds and I counted 12 top
tricks. I' also noted that there
were excellent squeeze possibili possibilities.
ties. possibilities. The opening lead bad mark marked
ed marked West with the queen of diam diamonds.
onds. diamonds. If East held the queen of
hearts I would get away with my
overbid.
"There was also a, chance That
'I 'could drop the queen of hearts.
Hence, I cashed my act and king
of hearts. to allow for that possi possibility
bility possibility and prepare for the aqueeze
at the sante time. I tivm ran,sev ran,seven
en ran,seven spade tricks, ancto of course,
East had to hang on to the queen
of hearts and West held the queen
of diamonds so that neither could
guard clubs and my nine of clubs
became 'my thirteenth trick." 4
Jim iuright on, all. counts: He
bid too rillich, He was lucky., and
he played the. hatd correctlyr,y correctlyr,yAlso
Also correctlyr,yAlso a club opening would have
beaten the hand but only a clair clairvoyant
voyant clairvoyant could have chosen' it.-

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BAIA Sou Wesi, North
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Pass 4 Pass .4
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ABid rABid live slobs. Your part parttier
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do Itim moth good N be is void.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same hand. West
has passed your spade overcall
and North bids two hearts. East
posses- I,Vbat do yott, South, do
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'CLOWN OF THE CARNIVAL James N. McNabb provokes mirth' and stares as he struts his
stuff in Curundu. Sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the carnival-was held in be-
half of the VFW teener baseball champions to raise funds to help the all-star group's en endeavor
deavor endeavor to retain the championship in united States competition next July and August.

Radio Hay 116 Used
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For, thahway Safely
WASHINGTON (UP) 1
radio broadcisters testified to today
day today that radio could play a
major role in improving traffic
safety by keeping motorists ad advised
vised advised of up-to-date information on
driving conditions.
Ralf Brent, vice president of I
radio station WIP at Philadelphia, I
said the best time to impress a I
motorist with need for safety was
when he's driving. He said radio
offered the "only method" of do doing
ing doing this.'
Mmand Hammer, president of
the Mutual Broadcasting System,
proposed that each-governor order
daily condensed reports on latest
traf-ic conditions throughout his
state for transmission to radio
stations by news services.,
Hammer's statement was pre presented
sented presented by an aide before a House
commerce subcommittee studying
ways of improving the nation's
traffic safety. ,
Bont said station WIP had
made a special point of keeping
its motoring listeners poited on
driving conditions in the Philadel Philadelnow
now Philadelnow broadcasts 50 announcements
per, week and 42 news programs
for motorists.
Brent called the program an ex example
ample example of what a radio station
station "can do to help create a
safer driving public through a
better informed driving public."
Hammer cited Mutual's pro:
rgam, "Operation Roadbeat,-1 as
PI Pxempll of PlInt could be done
to keep motorists on long trips
posted on the driving conditions.
In this proqam,, motorists are
told by participating network stn.'
tions where to turn the -dial tor
further information from- theita theitation
tion theitation in the broadcast'area through
which they wilLpass.'

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WASHINGTON (UP)--President moon' would be about 2 billion dol
Eisenhower callid on Congress lars spread over several years.
yesterday to establish "at the 'Eisenhower said the space agen,
earliest possibl date" a cy and its program should make
run national aeronautics a d seven contzibutions to U.S. prog,
space agency to direct the ,con- Yeas: ,
quest of space. ; "The expansitm of human
The President 'proposed in a knowledge of outer space and the
special message to Congress' that use of space technology -or scien scientile
tile scientile new agrency -direct all of the tilic
nation's ,"aeronautical and space ,--"The improvement of the use usescience
science usescience activities", except "those fulness and efficiency of aircraft."
projects primarily' associated with --,"The development of vehiclei
military requirements." The agen- capable Of carrying.' histruments,
cy.would be run by a director ap- equipment and living organisms
pointed by the president and con- into space.",
firmed by the Senate. "The preservation, of the ro'e'",,
The new independent agency, of the United States,as a leader
sure to secome one of the govern- in aeronautical and space science
ment's biggest; would absorb the and technology."
comparatively small National Ad- "The making 'available of dis
visom -Committee on Aeronautics coveries of military value to agen agen(,NACA).
(,NACA). agen(,NACA). The NAGA 110W tonducst cies directly' concerned with tia-'"'
rnuch!of the government's basic tional security."
aeronautical 'and space flight re- --"The promotion of cooperation
search. t with other nations in space sci sciThe
The sciThe President also... proposed ence and technology." 7'.
that Congress establish a national "Assuring the most effectiVe
aeronautics space board to assist utilization of the.scientific and erp;
the space agency.' The boardap- gineering 'resources of the Unita
pointed by the.13residentwould States and the avoidanCe'of dopli doplimclude
mclude doplimclude government officials, top pcation of ,facilities and equi p.
.scientists and engineers and other ment.",
leading citizens. f', The President said the space
, - agency needed broad powers4 to
To Ask For Funds achieve these goals, including au-,
- thority to,administer successfully
'To lay tbe groundwork for -the the new programs under condi condinew
new condinew agency,' Eisenhower instruct- liens that: cannot be fully fore foreed
ed foreed the NACA to begin immediate- seen.", .v ', 4
ly drawing' up, "specific new,spa He said it-should have nower to
program:" ,zftir or'411 conOlict reserrth c"I'ller at it own
thel:1"best scientific" brains i'aciii4cs or by -com,ract. He also
nation. k said it should be authorized to pay-,
ask Congress later' for.funds to -"reasonably competitive' salaries
run. the agency.- to,"attract and retain the seri;
The Chief Executive mentioned ices, of scientists and, technicians
no prke tag. However, his scien- which it must have o carry out
I title advisers last week estimated its responsibilities with fun ef efthe
the efthe cost of putting a man on the, fectiveness."
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r, Charles., (Yardbird) Par- against their use for parties with
Bill (Bojangles) Robinson. political overtones. He said Bridg Bridgnow
now Bridgnow Bill Handy le with them es would be billed for' the cost.
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show includshow business except for ed 'es part of the charge for use
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IN REMOTE 'VILLAGES throughout Alaska, husky dPg teams are tuning uP for
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platoon, The night display ended training cycle at Cainp Pendleton, Calif., base.

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the Antioguis district of Colombia have, a soft spot in their
hearts for this little iron horse.7 The diminuitive 0-4-0 served
'Colombia's railroads, from 1875 -to 1928 and has since been
mounted on a pedestal in Medellim From its perch the tiny
teakettle survey a now era in tolomblekrailroading, as the : ;
, country nears completion of s mIdern Tail system which links :
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,7 13ALBOA, I ,CANAL ZONE
V1ELCOMES YOU TO ITS' SERVICES
0 ID,ENTICAL ASTERWOPSHIP SERVICE
, Ans
' 9'00 a m and 1010 a EASTER SUNDAY

rinon by the Rev.' Oscar W. Olsen; Pastor
r,4
Anthems by the Crusaders and'Adult Choirs"

:: 7:30 p.m.- April 4
eception of Pastor's Class Anthems by Adolf Chair

editation by' Pastor Sacrament of Holy Communion

,ei.emagAdkoasit .,.

, noodles coo e
Ciripbe care in
golden chicken broth!

By order of the Board of Directors, the
stockholders of DESTILADORA
' NAL, S. A., are Jxereby notified that the
annual stockholders' meeting will be held
- at the main office of the Company, lo located
cated located on Avenida Bolivar, Panama City,
R. Po on the 18th day of 'April, 1958, at
4:30 p.m, for. the following purposes;
. (a) To read the minutes of the previous
'meeting; t
' (b) To elect or reelect Directorn
' (c) To examine and approve the balance,
profit and loss statement and the re.-
- , port submitted to them by the Board
of Directors;
-
t To consider and act upon all the mat-.
ters that the Board of Directors os
,
' each Director individually or any
stockholder submits to them,

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EASTER

,' GOY REYES aild PEPITA ORTEGA, :
Spanish Dancers
twice nightly lexcept'Mondays) no cover, no minimum
v Music by the popular
Clarence Martin Orchestra; Betty Williamson
singing your favorites Ss Anoland Dias, playing
, the piano and singing during the intermissions..
, closed On GOOD FRIDAY

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MR. AND, MRS.. ISAAC SELIG who were married Sunday after.,
'noon at ,the home -of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr., and
' ,Mrs.,Woodrow De Castro. 2 A

BALLET PERFORMANCE IN NATIONAL THEATRE
" HONORS DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF UNESCO AND DELEGATES
.2,
I, The Deputy Director of uNESCO, Dr. Malcolm reddish's',
and the delegates in Panama attending the 'UNESCO semi semi-
- semi- nar were honored guest at a special Performance of ballet
numbers in the National Testre last evening. ,'
, Mrs. Cecilia Remon, Director of the Nat"nal School of
Dance, gave a brief history of the school introduced
ik the head of the ballet, department, Ana Ludmila,' whose ,'
students presented the evening's performance. A
;, Members of the Diplomatic Corps in Panaani ,were
, among the guests. , ,,

Miss 'Serifs' ;lime!, BecoMes
; Of Isaac Selig
bliss Sarita Jimai,' daughter of
Mr, anct Wu, Elias Jimal ot Pa'
name Xity, became the bride of
Mr. -Isaac'Selig at a wedding Sun-,
: day afternoon. in the home of -herbrother-in-law
and sister, Mr,,,,,and,
Mrs.. Wood?ow De Castro..
, Rabbis Nathan.Witkin and Sim Simon
on Simon Levy, asisted.by visiting Rah Rah,
, Rah, bi Isaac, Newman, s officiated at
the ceremony, .
l'he groom, who is the-son o.
, Mr. tmi Mrs. Morris Selig of Lake Lake'
' Lake' land,T..a.,,is attached to tho Arm Armed
ed Armed leerees CFN television btat,on.
The brisi-etwhs. was give in
marriage,' by her father, wow s
white ballerina length ',gown and
a fingertip veil. She carried white
orchids on a Bible. ,,,--
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- A reception was ti Id following
- the wodoing in the De Castro home
, ...air, and airc Selig will have
, vacation quarters in Diablo follow follow.
. follow.
a short honeymoon in Santa
Clara.
'

Ambassodor bi Ecuador
, Host, at 1,uncheen
ri'he Ambassaaor Of Eettadr in
Panama Hugo Moncayo was host
, at a, iuncheon at -the Union C.ub
, yes.ertiay honor o. Augstin
Nieto Caballero, president in the
2nd bier-governmental Cbnsulta Cbnsulta'
' Cbnsulta' tive Committee Conference on Pri Pri,
, Pri, mary Edu Cation in Latin America
being held this week in Panama.
Consul General in Haiti r
, Entertained at French Embassy
The Ambassador, of France:
- Panama and Mit. Lionel Vasse en entertained
tertained entertained at a dinner at the Em Em'
' Em' bassy residence on La Cresta on
Tuesday evening in honor of the

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Consul General ()! the French Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Haiti Frederic,. Martin
who is here as an observer at the
UNESCO Meeting ,being held in
Panama.' ni

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ere living on Long Island, N.Y.

Stateside Gussts
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schuchat of
Lewisburg, West Virginia, have sr
rived on the Isthmus to visit with
their son-in-law and daughter, Rab
bi and Mrs. Nathan Witkin of Bat Batboa,'Canal
boa,'Canal Batboa,'Canal Zone.
Celebrates Birthdai.
Cheri Daisey eelebrated herfirst
birthday with a party at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert Daisey of Gamboa- on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Her grand-parents, 'Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Daisey of Margo.
rita, were guests of honor!
Members of the small aet join joining
ing joining in the fun wetiy1.4urie Jo Man Mancinelli,
cinelli, Mancinelli, Barbara Green, Bunny
Schultz, Starford Churchill III of
Gamboa and Lou Ann Swisher
of Margarita.

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More than 300 servicemen of
the Jewish taith and their depend dependents
ents dependents will be the guests of the Na National
tional National Jewish Welfare Board for
the Feast of the Passover.
The first Seder will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Guest House in Ancon. Rabbi
Nathan Witkin will officiate. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Barkowitz and liana Jan,
witz will direct the music.

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Gay, Crooners
Readying For
Broadvfay Shoiv
LARGE CROW ,EXPECTED TO
ATTEND STAGE AT GAMBOA
'Arrangements have been made
with the Canal Zone bus serv service
ice service to accommodate all out-ottown
persons expecting, to at attend
tend attend .the gay crooners Broadwa
show, ft the Gatnba' Theater
on April 17. ,

Sails For Now York show', ei Oainbt 3a --Theat-ei
, Mrs. lielen ,Ithodes of Allem is oh April 17. , . ,,
among the passengers sailing, to,
day aboard the SS Ancon for New t)ue to the stnalt -seating cap,
York,' Mrs, Rhodes', who has, re- acity of thetheater two shows
cently retired from Panama' Cln- have been 'iultirit1,00- 0,90, at
al Co, Service With ,the 11 0.m. and the other at g p.m, 's
Branch wig visit for a time Ve.11 On screen the 1110t101-1, blettlre
friends and relatives in the east "Cho, 'Cba BOQM", Starring
including her SOD whe,Perea Prado, will be bsown.

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' U.S., Itep:. and ,Mri. Thomas S.1, -:. ;
' Gordon, of Illinois, ?are, ;among I I .
, 1..the 68 passengers ;- who' ire : to ,. ,.- ,::. .. ; ei!A. '28,4.', le .,
, sail for the Isthmus k'riday ,,on ,,-. .,
. eg t : :.
. the Panama Liner, Cristobal, -ae- ,: ., .
, eording to the artvance passenger i i : -, 4,4- .,0 it, ), ,'.,,,'....:,::'...,:',...
, The Cristobal alio wifl have a- :: 1
. mong it passengers landing -. at ''.i,
. Haiti, Congressman', and Mrs. John
,
' .
,
- , Several Plinania. :Canal am- -, -: ''-
-a&
- ployes are among the passengers ..
' returnhig to the 'Zone aboard the -... .
, -.Panama liner which will arrive in s' -,-,-' : -;---
, -. Cristobal next Wednesday. T h e : .' .- .!: ...--' : --' ':----:-;..,;...,
, i complete advance 'passenger list : ,:-; : :. .. :: ; ..
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, ; Miss Ruth Bedford; i Mr.'," iind t, .- : : .- : .: : ..- 7'...
. '''' Airs. Frederick II. Black' M. i::- . '.; -r , . ,, "- ',
7 : and MMRS. Justin J. Ronanno and ,;.-: ...- : ,,....,- :, ; .: , ,- -: s, : -. .. -..
c thrte children:' Mrs. Elizabeth '-z, .- : : -- -:' ., .., 7 : '::
'; Briggs: Jesse, Briggs: Visa. Shei a, :. ,,,"; - .. '''',',.:' ''''.. . ' ..' ',. ,' '' : l'''
. ', 'Cori; Air. and Mrs.. Emerson Cot- ., ''..; : .: .-",-- :-..- : 7 :. :', ,,.' .- -, : '!.'
. tre.1 and son:,, Bindley Crus;', Mr, ,' ,.; .. :..- : -- '., : '' :: : : '' .' -'-: .- .:. !,..
- lind Mrs, John C. DeYoung;- Mr. ; . '',7. .- '' S- .: -.. - '', .' :. '. : ..-.i.
.'.; and Airs.' Sam Glass; Hon. -and .i0. : --' ,.' l, ' :
. :., Mrs. Thotaas ,S. GORDON!' AND :' 1 .i,...-', :
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- Mr. and' Mrs. Harold M....,Gottlieb. : t- :..'..- : :',.
: Mr.' and' Mrs. Lunsiord Healy. ',. .. t.- ... ..-.- :. :
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: by; Mr. and Mrs.. Harold L u c k- :: .., .-
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- :William T. ah and tlaughter; Air'. ' 1- 7 Alf t 74 t '
,:- : ", and Airs. Thomas J. Oliver;'. lir. Is-she,twenty. 1 ir y. or y,
, and Airs. Seymour Parker; ann
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THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY and Mrs. Wilber M. Brucker and members of his party who
visited the Isthmus the past weekend were honored at a reception given lay. Governor and
Mrs. W. E, Potter Monday night at the Tivoli Patio. Shown in the receiving line, left to
right, are: Lt. Gov. Hugh 'M. Arnold, Mrs. Pott er, Mrs. Milton, Assistant Secretary of the ArrnY
Hugh M. Milton II, Mrs. Brucker, secretary Brucker, and Governor Potter. Guests are MTS.
Clyde Cf. Turner, -Mrs. Arnold and Mrs. Warner S. Rodimon.

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Mrs.. Lela Brow'n, :1
Dies In- Hospital
,
Mrs. Lela M. Brown, wife of
Meredith W. Broww, an employe
of the Postai Division in Cristobal
died suddenly at 10:03 this morn morning
ing morning in Coco Solo Hospital., S h e
WAS 27 years old.
Born in Iowa, Mrs. Brown has
been making her home in Coco
Solo. '
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by three young' chi!,
dren, two sons and a daughter.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.

fEEL'O TODSTEP
k
APRIL 18th, 1958 8:00 p.m. to 1:C1:,

DOOR PRIZE' ---, ,,FLOOR
' 2 BANDS 2
LUCHO AZCARRAOA AND AL MARTIN'S DEP CATS
- 2: Dance will be held at Teen Club
' Roosevelt Ave. & Balboa Road
Dress is optionalno 'Jeans or Shorts (please)
-; ' Food at popular-prices.
,, Ilelp raise funds for the completion of the
" TEENO Buildin;

Buy Your Tickets Now, $1.00 Per Person
, This dan.ce is for Adults and Teenagers

Avreammorrww.avontme. 1111..isermed
21 kinds of Can?' pb611's Soups so.much tnjoymntinf I:

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' ft, ,I, 7,- k--,4,;-'s ,i,.: -aa I
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' lames Patterson; Mr. and Mrs. ,- ; 1
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Iost oils. Tightens slack skin. This nouri n,g, .7 ,x,,..cy, , , 4 ......, 1.. itt ; rt.. . 4,), ., . .,.., . .. . . , , i 1
00,- --t Donald Warner an' two children; 1
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Itaturtil lubricaot is absorbed immediately .i., l'.7.:42 , ,.., - ,,'"
t Dr. nnd Mrs. R. T. weliger;,, IIr.., gets beneath the surface of the skin. And ' P"'
7 ,' e' CHICICEN NOODLE SO.UP'
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1 ,and' Airs. Norman Weinstein; Mrs. ', suddenlY your skin looks young, alive, love137- .., .,. .., ,. ,,, .
, i It Veinstein., alias Barbara Wein- overnight...at twenty -.at thirty...at forty! .....;,--, ,,,,--;-t 'r ,,,, ,' :,, , ,,,....,,, ,.,.,..,,.., .,, ,... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....... ,
''' ''' gtein;' Miss'Lindit Weinsteinr-Illf.'t ----!------------ 'oe""" , -."''""' , .'''' 1 s
- (, 21 kinds of Campbell a Soups ..'. so much tnjoymi:.rstrir I I
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' 11 and lirs. Samuel Wilkes' and TrY L11110110 Plus beauty aids for face-ttikiohoirs ,, ,t. ,,,,, ..,,,, : .'', , t L ..
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BALLET PERE
- "110NORS DEP.
The Dept
and the dele
F nar were Wm
numbers In t
- - Mrs.. Cec
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A Dance, gave
', t ik the: heact of
students pre!
Members
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' -,- Misslarite
; Of Isaac Selig
bliss Sarita
' and,
' name tity.,. bee
Mr. -.Isaac
, day afternoen
.1A brother-in-law a
s Woodfow
' Rabbis Natha
on Levy, asisti
(1 bi Isaac Isiewn
the ceremony&
The groom,
Mr. anti birs. N
' land,'Fa.,4ts at
ed leprees ,CF.S
Tire brid -et 1
- marriage,' by
1. white ballerina
- a fingertip veil
orchids on a B
A reception
- the weduing in
0 ...air. and Ain
vacation (parte
, ing a S11.002' to
Clara.,:i !'
Ambessedor bi
, Host,Ist Luneht
, rite- Ambassi
, Panama I-lug
at a, tuncheon
' 1 yes,,erciay in lu
Nieto Caballen
- 2nd fmer-govet
tive ommittee
mary Edueatio
being htild thh.
Consul General
Entertained at
The Ambassz
- Panama and M
t tertai,ned at a
bassy residenc,
' Tuesday evenn

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Gordon, of I
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t the Panama
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.. , Several Pb
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: returning to 1
- -.Panama liner
''. Cristobal nett
I complete adv
', l'ollows:
, Miss Ruth
''. Mrs. Frederi,
,'- and MMRS. J
'f thrOo cluldrc
, ',II -; Briggs: Jesse
' tort; Air. an(
4' Ire I and son
, and Mrs. Jol,
'''; and Airs. Sal
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' Mr.' and IV
, : ,ba nyd; As 17. ; a nMdr
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' 'it , AlcKillop; Ilo
H. MacDonal
- Coarles E. M
' William T. a
1 and Airs. Th.
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f , a,n3.da mit: rss.paStet
, Mr. and Mrs.
, it lialeo'm D.
t 1 Airs. Rob3rt
' 1. ',1 Mrs. Cfirrles
1 1,' dys A. Thom
I' i J. I.:. 1.11merl
00,- ".4 Ronald Warn,
f Dr. and Mrs.
t; ,and' Airs. Nor
, t' 1.1. Veinstein,
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'APRIL 18th, 1958 8:00 p.m. to 1:C1:,
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- anania' i DOOR PRIZE' -- FLOOR SHOW

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tarn IIPPVIIIPA
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Int la roc alp.' ty blphana mar Panama 2-0740 or 2-0 74 t let won 9:00 anti 10 a114. Witt '',
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4 Stateside Guests -,',
,, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schuchat of ,
14v; Lewisburg, West Virginia, have ar
,,, rived on the Isthmus to visit with
t their son-in-law and danehter Rab ,

. Buy Your Ticktts iNow, $1.00 rer l'eron
bi and Mrs Nathan Witiin of a
boa 'Canal Zone. ,
P '', This dance is for Adults and Teenagers
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Celebrates Birthday.
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Cheri Daisey celebrated herfirst : , . ,
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birthday with a party at the home
of her parents, Air. and Mrs. Rob-
, ert Daisey of Gamboa- on Satur-
day. Her grand-parents, 'Mr. and
B I. L
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Mrs. Abraham Daisey of Margo. DESTILADORA'NAC101 AL S A
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rita, were guests of honor. - ,
-k , Members of the small set join, , -. panama, R.; of P. i
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ing in the fun werfylAurie Jo Man- , , , - , ,- , .. , , ,
-9 1 ,4., I ... I cinelli, Barbara Green, Bunny THE SECRETARY OF THE AR5IY and Mrs. Wilber M. Brucker and members of his party who a k 1,,giA,, 4,,
, ,.... ', I Schultz, Starford Churchill III of visited the Isthmus the past weekend were honored at a reception given lay. Governor and 148.11148: I,U ... ts ,
StocichcI4rs'
Gamboa and Lou ,Ann Swisher
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Mrs. W. B, Potter Monday night at the Tivolt Patio. Shown in the receiving line, left to , r ,
of Margarita. , 11 ht are Lt Gov Hugh VI. Arnold, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Milton, Assistant Secretary of the ArmY ; t i
Hugh M. Milton II, Mrs. Brucker, secretary Brucker, and Governor Potter. Guests are Mrs. - , ,
Electing '
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0 a., Clyde CE Turner, -Mrs. Arnold and Mrs. Warner 8. Rodimon.,
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, of the Board of Directors, the I
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Fe3SI 01 Passo l,r .,
, -, rs. Leto Brown ', ;.
',- sine holders of DESTILADORA, NACIO- 1
NAL S A are Jxereby notified that the
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' I ' annual stockholders' meeting will be held
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4i, B 1 ' ut the main office of the Company, lo.
roil Jerviccmtn . ; ,,, ,' ,'-' Mrs. Lela M. Brown; Wife' of A- , ',. '' cated on Avenida Bolivar, Parnamia5CitYi
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0,- Meredith W. Broww, an employe , R. P, on the 18th day of Ap II, 9 8, st ,
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More than 300 servicemen of 1
- .4 i..,,,,,,,, .v. ..... ..4,4&,-, of the Postal Division in Cristobal .' , 4.30 pm., for! the following purposes, r
''.".."."7".""'""."";;;.11186'4'1 ''''' s ''''''''''' '. the Jewish faith and their depend- k
cited suddenly at 10:03 this morn- , I( ,,,, .....- ,. ,, ,, ,
' ' ' '' ' '" , ents will be the guests of the Na- ...-
.,- s ing in Coco Solo Hospital., S h e
' for t
ISAAC SELIG who were married Sunday after.' tional Jewish Welfare Board , ,,,
D,MRS.. . ..
, was 27 years old, , ',. ,
. i (1)To read the minutes ot the previous ,
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1 tnelreast tne ,rassoyer.. i I Born in Iowa, Brown has 1 m.tet,ing; ;- ::.c

, ,,..,0 ,, 1 been Making her home In Coen : (E 1 (b) To elect or reelect lifilrectorn
, 4 .t ; mrs., wooarow ve 'Astro. , A
' The first Seder will be held to- ,
, -s . morrow at 6:30 p.m. at the Tivo Tivo$
$ Tivo$
. BALLET PERFORMANCE IN NATIONAL THEATRE - li Guest House in Ancon. Rabbi .,,
. HONORS DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF UNESCO AND DELEGATES Nathan Wititin will officiate. Sey- ,i
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, 4 ' y ' i . - mour Barkowitz and Hans Ilan, ,1:
' 1,1 riA,....t. Irilrontringo MI T xvirztin nv Vtalordirek DrA11AAe 4 S010 ,- ' '' t I '
, 1 In addition to her husband, she d ' (C) To examine and approve the balance,
4, is survived by three young chi!, profit and loss statement and the re--
v. dren, two sons and a daughter. r , port submitted to them by the Board

- I .t -ji 1 .., a nay .WILI, ".,110 !..; ,1 I VI t: ..; ; ;
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g rasuolum iiivszulaag ials; vAlliC401LAI Ilenil" ' : ., q --,-,., i r 3 1 qii,; l '3; ;., (di, To consider and act upon all the mati
uests at a special Performance ef ballet .:,', '' ters that the Board of Directors ea
onal Teatre last evening.:, ., ,, ., .,, : .,
Ga'y,':Croon'ets ';.:''''' '''::"'i''!,,'1,'. ..,,.., .. -.'.v. ,.. ., ,.,,,:, ..:,i, ... i ...
-., -- .- : ,-,,,, .- each Director individually' or any
non, Director of the Nat"nal School of q- :;'. '' 'L .4' ' : ":',- ; ,,!..': :! ''':,:',',,4 -- iN, : ....1 ......0 :1 ;
' '. ''.i ' ;' ':? stockholder: submits to thent,,-,
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r history of : the -,school,,Y,''d introduced : Readying .i-or:;;;:, ,,:,:,,,,.., ,- ..,:, ::.,, .:::.,:,,,,.,:::,.:,,::.,: ,,::....:,.:,::,:, .... 0 A ,
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allet, department, .Ana Ludmilai' 'whose ,, ,,
be evening's performance.-- ':;t:3-,'', ,;-.:,:, ;' ' '' .-- '' :' ; :' :' THE SECRETARY.,' '.
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D.Diplomatic corps,. in ', Panaani ,Were'r ,, ,. ,, .;, :. :,:., ': '' :,::;;, :::.0:t::?,:: C iii:,..i;,:,;: ::::;,;i.: j :!:::::i:,,:;::!:,:i,:;,:3::::::! ::,-0:.:::,-' .'.:;-,,::',' !;..,:,i',:.ii."";',.:,:,s,,;. t ,, -,. ,', ,'. t Panami,; March 25, 1955. -, --, --,, ,;; -,
'-::..:- ",.::-, ',.....:L.:' .-'.... -:'....1?:.''1:.::::."1'. LABGii CROIV.,EiPECTED TO :'. :,:,.3i,i4.,...::.-L,:iiAil.1i.1.1...t-i,i:I.,-i:,,i1A,-..4.J . ,. ,,, -, -, , ,,
orce3ter ,,,:. si'.,,-,,i'','.."',.',2-:',,' ,,,.,, -,:,-. .,. ,:, :,,,.,..:, ., ..
-,--,' ,-,-;,:,;,. ,-: ,,. ,,. : ,, :, ATTEND STAGE AT GAMBOA ,' ,,.. I '
;OiTiS '' Consul 'General of the Vreneh 'Em- ., ,,, ::,-.. -. -. ..,-;,,,, '- ''. NO. ONE IN THEIR HEARTSThe people of Medellin and .. , '. ( ,.,
the Antioguia district of Colombia have, 0 soft spot in their N
', :. bass): in Haiti. Frederie,;; Martin :Arrangements have been Made, .,.
ear s or t s tt e iron orse.,. e iminu we - serve ...
., b t I hi li 1 h l'h cl it' 0 4 0 d -------- -- --- .,, ., ,,
B. 0 t18 Chi.na, o.,.0p,e,n,, Stoc,K; : :::.:.,:,-,,, .;:, ... , ,,. .. ,.
aughter Oi who is here as an observer at the- with the Canal Zone' bus servy
Colombia's railroads, from 1875 ',to 1928 and bas since been -., ,,, :; 10111111i r
nal .0i ;q1;'', UNESCO,. Meetinirbeing held in ice, to accommodate All, out-of-

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. mounted on a pedestal in Medellin, From its perch the tiny
'311Vir 3 , , 1
- -,, town persons expecting' to at atteakettle
teakettle atteakettle eurveys a now era in Colomblekrailroading, as the '' ' ' ' ' .
, tend ,the gay crooners Broadwa
iti,:illa
, country nears completion of a mIdern rail system which links
' )..' show, at the Gababba' Theater PANAMA. COLON '
i of Ancon is on April 17. -, ..,- -- all its malor chies ,,' - , 1 ,-,,.. 4 ". ,, 4: ',.! .44 ,
WIIMPOIMENNII. ' reserve your t
rs sailing, to, ., ' ... - ,," ,, ' .' ; .- 1 .! - -
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neon for New t)ue to the stnalt seating cap,- ' ,' ' ,, Ile' ., table- 'now tor ou' r .', 1
who has, re- acity of the theater two shows --------
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Panama' 1C1n- have' been "ipitir))1.00 0,,o,, gt, 0 . , ,, , A , , ; - , -. , , 1 , ,
,the Pks 11 ilm. and the other at g p.m, , , .4.- i
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' a time Ve,.11 On screen the motion, bieture ,,
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, in the east "Chit CT's Vila Boom", Starring ' .,
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d 'family whe,,Perez Prado, will be hsown. ', .. 1
I I t, 4 1 ',, 4- '4i.." 2 ,,, ritt"iv'nfioR-rri t
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I BtiiA LBOA LINIOm CHURCH
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' marriage,' by her tattier, ooiN a p NO OM MS GO MI 1011 00111 01110,10101 OD KO ........ MI 000 10i . .. .' ... ' .., t
1 white ballerina length :gown and ..'. I .. .."..,; tt..,'.,:, ..., . ,.: ,, : .' '''' '' -'' 1 ''''. ' BALBOA,--,': ', --;-, CANAL:LONE ...,..' : '- .: ,..-..- 2, ,'. ''' next Sunday from 12 noon.--Balboo Room ; i
' a 'fingertip veil. She carricci. white 1
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' ... orchids on, a Bible. ;.p 4.''. : -..
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1 .1 i He CUTICURA TALCUrt. -.-:'-- --WELCOMES YOUTO ITS SERVICES -.- : --'', : '-'- '-'..:' '
ik. : A reception's,Vlas held following', ,.' 1 ,, .. ., . , .. , , .., ii .: :
' ' Our Currant Attraction in 'The Bella Vista 1 t
, ,' the ivedoing in the De Castro home .,... .,. ,- .-.:, : : :t ',- :. ,. (WaIDENTICAL EASTEROP,)SHIPSERVIC
) ,, ..ivii... and airs. Selig will have ,.. I It
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' vacation quarters in Diablo follow- I 4CIS w Magic.,
I I I totk
:,,,,,-..;,;,,,.,...,, ,,,,, ::,,,; , t :
, t, ing a, shorti boricymoon in Santa : 1 , ,., : . ,,, ,. , .... : 3-- '' '' EAbTrat SONDAY
;--- -..-, -!:.- --; '' ',, 9. a.ni and 10: 0 a.m;. -, ,, : , - spanish Dancers I 1 i
:; 'I' I: ''' zr ', '- : '.,, -.' '. ;''''' . '.:6 0 ''.. '. ' ''' ' '''' ' ',. ''' '',An: :' ''';'' : ; ; ; ''. 'r ''' : '' '. GOY REYES aild PEPITA ORTEGA, ,
, It s the softest, finest, most delightfull,1 ': ' ' ,' k twice nightly texcept'Mortdays) no cover, no minimum, I
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P : Ambassoder bf Ecuador f., ', : -1
' '. .' :, '-' Sermon by. the' Rev.' Oscar W Olsen, P,astor '. -- ; .: ,,
Igtma you can buy, At the semi .',, ,',
a - : ,,. -, v ,. Music by the popular . ., --
- Host, st t.unsbeiul ,"- ..,- .- I ...s.--2,,,, :fragrailt tg
: '',. ''' .' '.:, ;',1; Anthem's by the Crusaders and Adult loirs .''. '-' ,, ., -'
- ri'he- Ambassador Of Ectiatier In I ';. I pitiCti ,
r. I time it Is listingly'4eodorant ginci gntisep .; ', ..,, ', ,.: ,,! : - - r, - singing your favorites as Anoland Dias,' playing 1 I
. i .:' Panama lingo- Moncayo was host 1 e : 1 ,. '', -. ..... ,.. ... .. ,
",, u. c..,xest!n"filettl. Vrel itiXaglilor.OPhene., ,, :. , , ,., .- , : Clarence Martin Orchestra; Betty Williamson
' at a, itincheon. at-the Union Cub r '.. I : ,t71:7:,,,..i
' 1 yes,erpay in horior e.- Dr.', Augstin I , : m,new VuticuraITalcmo keeps the aldi ....., ,.. .. ., ,
, , .. .. ,, , the piano and singing during the intermissions, ,,
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'' ''''''' ' ' '' GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE '...:: - ' '''. ' ., .,.' closed on GOOD FRIDAY .' ., '',..
" Nieto Caballero, president ot the ', 1 .,
'. frisit'inti sweet: re 'eves stmblirrt, ireveAt. ; : ,' : '': ,. ',, ,,, i ,,, -- ,, ,, -, ..; , : . , ,...: ., ,.:, .,,, , , i, , , ,
, 2nd fnier-goVernmental -' Cbnsulta- .-
' tive Committee Conferen.ce on Fri- -,- I: and relieve; he,al rashel and other ski, - .' ''' ( ''' ' '' : .. '' ' '7:30 P.M.; ; ; --0 : '' ' A
, pril 4: . : ,', -... ::: ; - 7' '' '' :-': i
,, mary Edueation in Latin America I irritationt Wonderful for baby and ever ',-. ., '.., -.. ,,, . : i ,, .:, , n : .. , ..., :.. ... ... ,. : '.."., ,:-. ,0 ', .. , i ,
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-- being htild this weelt in, Panama. 6
' 4 4 ':. ',.. ; n, ;; ; ,Reception of Pastor 5 Class .Anthems by:Adult Chair -.,,---,,- -,--,'
'Talcum today-' '' ' : ' '''' . ,
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it Consul General In Haiti r .'s .'t ''' I ., '. 22- ,, ,,,,', ;'.--, ... : ,,,...., -,,... ,;-, , ., : ,' ', ... ., i
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, ' ' ' ''''' Meditation by Pastor Sacrament of Holy Communion ' ' 2 .." a'w0.41't,b, 10
11 .,,,, Entertained:at French Embassy I , .- -,:, 't ....1 ,. -, ., ,.. , . , ,,. i,, , .-. ,, ,, ,,, ,,.. . .. ,, , ,.. , t
i The Ambassador, of, -France in """1111 ss "1w" log l'Is 01111"
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1 bassy residence on La Cresta : on ,,
- Thesday evening in honor of : the .! .1.- , : .,, ; -, ; ,: ,., ,, ,, 9 .,, ,.. ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,.. ,., , -,: ,-, :.,,,- .,t- .,,,, ; :,.,,. -.: t , : ,, .:, .. .. ..,.: , : .... , . ,
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i, 'sail for the Isthmus k'riday ',on : ,,-.' '.:, ... ..,-2-710
t the Panama Liner, Cristobal, ,ac- .,' i, .' li.,,,,...0.0.,, ., !. ,. ', s,- ., --; '.' .ft ..-, .., ... ,, ,,m,,,,,.,;wslios . , .., .,. . .. t ,., , .., ; ,., . ,. ., ,. ,, ,,.,. ,, .,... ... It
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. t .. , Several Plinania :Canal em- -- ,
i ',. , ployes are among the passengers .. ''
, , returnhig to the 'Zone aboard the ....- -. ..:
... , , ,, , t - ;de' i3- -... ':' '..' 4t-' ' -It ,,,
- -, Panama liner which will arrive in s' -, -- ':
, : Cristobal next Wednesday. T h e .- - ', .,,' ..- '''-''': '-' ., 0 I "0
''''. ' tender nourishing egg .- i' .
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, i complete advance 'passenger list ', f '. : ''. '':.' ' ,,' :
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, ;': MiSS Rath Bedford; ,' Mr4 iind t ... -..:. :": : ,. ,: -' ,,,' '' : .., ..,.,.: : .., :,, ..
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-,: Mrs. Frederick II. Black:. Mr. -:::.,,'i, -, ',.., -f'. 1: i .' ''' ; t; l--- '' '' -,' -' ,
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, ,'- : and MMRS Justin J. I)onanno and i,,... ,,. ,- ? -, -- k., , : st. ,
1, 'f three childreN Mrs. Elizabeth t, .: : :1'; '':..:.-:- ' ''' ," t"- :, ';- .'l :: : ': :, '' :: : ';' 1 '.. ''. II -' r 1. ' -, Campbeil, care' in., -, ; ,. ''' ,' ...;'
,, s, : ,... Briggs: Jesse, Btiggs; .111iss Shei a, .' i,,,:, -.., ,.. ...,..,' .'-' '''.., .' ., ; -' : ''', , s ' -"' t - :
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(2nd. Half finals)
Teams W Pct.
Pews ils ...0 ..
h'Ircury ()aboard 5.1.556
CHS-Alumni, 5 4 .500
C.H.S. t". it,..143
'Tuesday Night's Result
PMvells 5 Chs-Alumni

- By TREVOR SIMONS
igoel Gibson and his P wells
baseball team Tuesday night com comp
p comp eted their sweep over tile 958
Atlantic Twilight Baseball League.
Powells defeated CHS-Alumni by
a 5 to 1 cotmt to cinch the sec sec.
. sec. ond half of play and finish t h e
season with a victory both
- halves to once ,again make them
shampions Ot the gold Coast
loop.
In' their two-half sweep Powells
lest 'only three times, finishing
with an 8 and 1 record in the
first half for an overall season
total of 14 wins and 3 losses. Of
the 14 wins Powells' iron man,
combination pitcher, third base baseman
man baseman and manager, Noel Gibson
accounted for 12 and finished off
the season 'with ont hit even two
1 trips TuesdaY night to lead in
that department too with a ,,455
average.
Gibson allowed only,five hits 'in
putting -the clincher on the 58
season and the lone rim, scored
, was unearned. Ris season record
leaves Noel Gibson in class all
by himself for the league's Most
Valuable Player award., ,
Pat Quinlan went the route for
the Idumni and was working ea easily,
sily, easily, for four imun gs before giv giving.
ing. giving. up three hits in the fifth to
' accotmt for his third lost of the
season against our wins. Quinlan
' allowed a total seven hits, all in
the last three innings, struck out
four and walked four. G,1 boon
struck out 11 batters in the post posting
ing posting the victory.
Alumni's lone run came in the
trird on singles by St.,Cyr and
Quinlan. With two away and LaP LaPIsh
Ish LaPIsh at bat, St. Cyr started to gee
' second. Rosenkrantz' throw to
third went far over the third-baseman's
bead to bring St, Cyr over
with the first run,
Alumni's one run looked big as
Quinlan worked easily for '',, four
innings. But in the fifth Quinlan
'walked Downing who advaneed to
, second on, a wild pitch. Rose Rose!
! Rose! krantz 'singled to left, 'Downing
' stopping at thirdt After Rees ,had
' struck out Bucky'llall laid per perfect
fect perfect bunt to the right of the mound
which Quinlan was unable to
field in time to retire anyone and
Downing came across with t h e
tying run. "--
Dedeaut. followed by singling
sharply to center to score Rosen Rosenkrantz
krantz Rosenkrantz and advance Angermueiler,

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short center and Angermulleracor Angermulleracored
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sixth on a walk to Fred Sapp and
successive: singles by Rose n-,
krantz, Haas and Angermuller.-.

The box score:
CHS-Alumni AB R H PO A E
St. Cyr 2b 3 1 1 3 2 0
Hayden 3b : 3 0 0 1. 2 0
Qumlan p 3 '0 1,', 0 1 ,0
'Apish cf 't '2 0 '0 1 '0 0
Hernandez IL' rt 0 0 2 0
Brittle lf ' 0 ; 0 'I 0 0
Breznick ss 34' 0 1' I 5 1
Jomson c '0 1 :'5 .10 0
,Weigle lb 2 40' '0, 6 0 0
Coffey ,-, 2 -1 0 Al 0 0
Totals ,k 26 1 518 11 1
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'"' '''''' ,- Scars by innings .'. .-. ', ,., League, :will.-meet the ;second 11412 winners, Grace-Line, in a two best of three series.'on April 1.0,11' and 12 at 'tile ,Balboa ,,
CHS Alumni 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-'-1 3- '1 LittlejJeaRtle ,Parlt Vont row, left' to:right, John FitzGerald,',. George Hudson,- Gary ,13a11;. Donald-Hat4.4ames,' 'Walker, Pat ,..."
Powells ,,-",, :, 0 0 0 0 3 2 x--5. 7 3 ''' Srnith,- 'Michael, Herring; Iceven 'Bradley. ', second row,- left to' right: ., Richard ,Lloydi. James Fehrenbach, Dick Talbot,. Richard 's '.,
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To' Replace '1 ertz
TucsoN, 3 (17P)--
The Cleveland Indians today, pur purchased
chased purchased the contract of first base baseman
man baseman Preston Ward from t heir
San Diego farm club of the Ila Ilacific',Coast
cific',Coast Ilacific',Coast League for use as a,
replacement or the injured Vic
Ward had, been in spring train training
ing training with the Indians who, last
year sent bini down to' San':Die San':Diego4
go4 San':Diego4 after he' appeared in 10
games. He will alternate with
Mickey' Vernon at- first until
Wetz rejoins the club; probably in,
June.s L
Werti fractured his right ankle
last Sunday while sliding into see seeond.
ond. seeond. The veteran first, baseman
is', hospitalized-here and will re remain
main remain in the rospital until ,a sec second
ond second cast can be placed on t h e
fracture. He then plitliS .to return
to Cleveland.
Ward is a veteran who has seen
several 'stints in the, majors and
came to the Indians in 1956 in a
trade with Pittsburgh. lie. :tv a a
brought back this season after he
batted .330 with San Diego in 100
games last season.

Whatever
Happened

- BASIL,' JAMES
Jockey'' Basil Jamet rode In' his
first race at 13 and 'won the' na national
tional national chaMpionstup
2f5 winners in 1936 at' the age
of 18. Long one of the top men an
his pro.,ession, he entered the
Army during World War II but
came back strong in 1946, win winning
ning winning among', others the $100,000
Hatiywood Gold Cup on k'red
Astaire's Triplicate. That year,
too, he won the New York' turf
writers award for the second time
(1940 was his first), for oustand oustanding
ing oustanding riding: achievement. And as
late as ,19S7, Ain, eetept eetepting
ing eetepting au occasional mount,
Whatever happened ,to Basil
James? Now 40, he operates
steak house in California only a
milelrom Santa Anita race track.
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Extelsior,C.0 defending Chem Chempion
pion Chempion in the Atlantic Cricket League
is 'apParently determined to an annex
nex annex third consecutive 'cham 'championship
pionship 'championship Aespite the efforti of the
(Aga, contenders. This was plainly
demonstrated last Sunday' 'Ivhen
the, club tallied 113 runs against
thestrong 'Wanderers CC., whose,
batsmen ht tin, failed ip their at attempts
tempts attempts to successfully negotiate
the medium slow offerings of the
Excelsior trundleri. Excelsiorg in inning
ning inning commenced inauspiciously,
-with batsmen A. Campbell and J.
Gittens playing 'cautiously' to file
speedy(deliveries qf bowlers R.
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three runs were scored before Git-,
tens succumbed to bowler CamP CamPbell
bell CamPbell A, Campbell, after storing 11
runs was bowled by A, 'Erennis,
then K. Griffith and M. Hines en enlivened
livened enlivened the proceedings' with some
prolific run-getting which brought
them individual totals of 33 and SI
runs respecfively. A brisk '18 by
Paul Harper, marked the end of
the scoring as the remaining wick-,
ets were quickly' dispatched bY
Campbell whose final average read
7 for 34, IL, Estalona had 2 for 20
and A. Dennis 1 for 24,-
For the Wanderers Club, A, Ath Atherly
erly Atherly went 'nut LBW. to Harper tor
3. At 13, Enos Browiu (top-scorer)
went by ,the same route to Grif Griffiths
fiths Griffiths who next, bowled ,P. Bowen
and V: McFarlane for zeros, E.
illelgrave notched 4 run then was
bowled by Harper,as wit& the fol following
lowing following batsman, C. Piper; Jr. L.
Bowen contributed 11, S. Campbell
1, E.' Roberts 3, A; Dennis-6
and R. Escalona-2, to.take the
score to 50 runs all out,'
7 KJ Griffiths with five wickets for
14 runs, P., Harper -4 for IL and
G. ,Small 'two for nine were the
successful Excelsiorbowlers. Um Umpires
pires Umpires were G. Manning and D.
SmalV scorer, M. Clarks. and Al.
McFarlane.), '
A minute of silence was observ observed
ed observed between innings in memory of
a former cricketer, McVin Gibbs,
reCently deceased..
The game this Sunda will 'be
between Midand C.C.. and Surrey
C.C., at Rainbow C.

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' OELANDO Fla. ,The
'Washington Senators, who are get geting
ing geting used to finishing :thercf, seem
doomed to wind lip id, the 4meri 4meri'can
'can 4meri'can League icellar sgaitt., '4'
Even their 'k manager, Cookie
Lavagetto,, is' ss pessimistic that
he'll only,. go so far as-to- sity,1
"We'll win-more games than we
did last year." won't admit
it, but he'd settle right now for
seventh place,,,,,
' The only ray of hope Lavagetto
sees in the Senators' 1958 outlook
is that he plans to start the sea seaSOn
SOn seaSOn with ,five new regulars and
has what appears to be the best
rookie pitcher in the Florida
spring training camps.,
Promising Newcomer

The newcomer is Ralph Lumen.
ti, a 6-2 left-hander whom, the
Senators signed off the University
of lKassachusetts campus late last
season.
- Lumentl -was only the' third
player to whom the Senators erer
paid,' a Anus, the others being
third baseman, Harmon Killebrew
and outfielder Jerald Schoonmak

' By ALEX KAHN
LOS ANGELES Dusky
Nigerian featherweight champion
Bogen' (Kid) Bassey, who stalks
an opponent bke a tiger, -today
aceepted the plaudits of power powerpunching'
punching' powerpunching' Ricardo (Pajarito) Mo Moreno
reno Moreno as "the better man" after
he scored a third-rolind knockout
over the Mexican challenger.
In the first defense of the title
he. wonlast June, Bassey weath weathered
ered weathered Moreno's bull-like rushes and
lashing blow even though they
staggered him and then landed a
jolting right to the head in the
third round to drop -Morino for
the full count after 2;58 minutes
Tuesday night:, , ,
assey proved to me he' was
the better man," Moreno said as
he wept unashamed in his dress dressing
ing dressing room following a quick end ending
ing ending to the scheduled 15-round title
,

Quick Like :a.,Cet

'''They said be' was quick like
a' cat and hit hard be did,"
Moreno said as be 'shook his head
disbeliefot '
The champion, ,with Agility
befitting the holder of the Order
of the British Empire which was
awarded him, by Queen Elizabeth
last New Year's Day, paid tribute
to, Aloren0. for his punching abil.

oal ji,.. He hurt me with every
-; ', H Punch,", Bassey said, screwing up
, t,- ,bis face' in mock-pain lur he dis---....mr-
cuesed, Ihia-hout..,..:,21u1,1knewi
t,.,.. had him in the second round.I,
I
nt4"1" round and began throwing power-1
pot around 17,000 tans 'almost, sap-

tdo liope that le Jinally will, be
able to hit major league pptching.
The (other new reguiars in lava lavagettoss
gettoss lavagettoss scheme .4,7 things are cen centerfielder
terfielder centerfielder Albie reaTsoni catcher
Steve Korcheck, first baseman
Norm Zauchin, and second base-,
man Bob Malkmus.
' Lavagetto rates, tKorchack the
top of his four catchers, the
others being veterans Ed Fitzger Fitzgerald,
ald, Fitzgerald, Clint Courtney and Lou, Ber Berberet.
beret. Berberet. That is Washington's
strongest department, and .the
Senators -may collect f dividends
from it because several clubs, in including
cluding including some in., the National
League, are After catching help.
Zauchin ,al First
,
Sauchin will .be at first ,base
With the National League castolf,
Rocky Bridges at' short. Veteran
Eddie 'Yost is. pushing Killebrew
at third base' while Herb Flews
will take over second if Malltmus,
a k.291: hitter with Wichita; can't
- The,, 'Senators' brightest star,
Roy 'Sievers, the Americ an
League home rue and runs batted
in king, will be in left field with
Jim Lemon in right if he bits.
Otherwise Neil Chrisley, who bat-',.
ted .343 at Indianapolis in 1957;
Carlos Paula, 1 up from Minneip Minneipolis
olis Minneipolis where he hit .288, or Whitey
Herzog will be- given a shot 'at

- Killebrew isn't much-of a glove Carlos Paul
man, but the 101,,runs he batted olis where
in for Chattanooga last year while Herzog will
hitting 29 homers, gives Lavaget the job.

,
ing in astonishment. The gate 'was
estimated at $220,000. The pre predominantly
dominantly predominantly Mexican audience had
expected ,more, from their favor favorite
ite favorite who has a record Of 29 knock knockouts
outs knockouts in 34 fights.-
,Moreno,realizing that his 'chief
hope was to score an early knock knockout,
out, knockout, -came rushing out of his Cor Corner
ner Corner at ,the bell for the opening
round and began trrowing power powerful
ful powerful but ,awkward-looking 'punches
that Bassey said afterward car carried
ried carried plenty of authority.
The crowd was sent into hys hysterical
terical hysterical cheers when Moreno-staggered
-the shorter ,Bassey midway
in the round with a-series of jolt
ing lefts and' an occasional right.
And he 'followed that up' by pin-,
ning the champ in a neutral COr COrner
ner COrner and again staggered him to
take the round on all cards
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Cheering Ends
1,But that. endid 'inOst the
cheering so far as, the supporters
of Moreno' were concerned.
1
, In the eimactic z third round
Bassey followed up his second secondround
round secondround 'advantage,: sinking his fist
into, Moreno's ,', midriff and then
following up with looping blows to
.the head,
The knockout punch wat tint tintttring
ttring tintttring right to the head that sank
Moreno-to his knees, and he Ahen
keeled Jiver slowly ow his- back
in his own corner while .rerkee
Tommy Hart toiled the full count.
4 Bassey weighed 124 pounds for,
the fight; Moreno.124
Bassey's, handlers 'said he Omuld
feave almost immediately for Liv Liverpool.
erpool. Liverpool. Moreno's handlers were
too dazed to think of future plans.

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NEW NORK, April 3 (11E9At
'least one and Possibly two' major
'deals appeared read,' to' port today'
aS both -,,the 'St. Louis ,Cardinals
and Chicage White Sox sought ad additional
ditional additional strength ,to bolster their theirpeneant;arnbitions.
peneant;arnbitions. theirpeneant;arnbitions. ,General manager (Bing Devine
''of the Cardinals conferred yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, 'with general manager Roy
Hanley Of th- Philadelphia
lies, ,raiting a' possibility that a
swap" involving Richie-'Ashblir
avd Joe Cunningham may be near.
The Cardinals need a center-field-I
ert, pi Ashburn's, proven quality
while ,the Phillies are desperate to
acquire first-baseman of CO
mingham's ability.
President Chuck Conuskey of the
White Sqx,, admitted, meanwhile,
that t he lad talked trade with
Frank Lane of the Cleveland
diens. The White Sox are' believed
to Jim bidding'. for a ,right-banded
hitting outfielder --possibly Rocky
Colavito--- and have pitching and
lefty outfield' strength-to spare.

There wero two relatively min minor
or minor deals completed. -rho -Cardin
els tradod outfields', Jim, King to
tho 'San Francisco Giants for
catcher Ray Katt and tho Detroit
Tigsrs purchased Stan Palys,
who hit .359 for Nashville in the
'Southern Associatkon last sea-,
son, from the Cincinnati Red!logs:

, Qn the exhibition circuit, first firstbaseman
baseman firstbaseman 'Bill Skowron continued
to supply the big noise ts he smash
ed a grand slant ands' solo homer
to knock in five runs and lead the
New York Yankees to a 7-5 victory
over the Senators.
' Skowron, who has driven in 13
runs in the last two games. leads
the Yankees this. spring with 20
it.B.I.'s and a .415 batting aver average.
age. average. A streaky bitter in the past,
the Yankees are hoping he can
replace ,Yogi Berra (, as Mickey
Mantle's iloo 1 assistant as a rtin rtinproducer.,,
producer.,, rtinproducer.,, ;
Hornets by Gus Bell and Smoky
Burgess lifted the Redlegs to a 3-2
victoryt over Detroit but -the Tig Tigers
ers Tigers were gratified because 20-game
winner Jim iBunning went the route
for the first time this spring.
Bunning limited the Redlegs to
two singles over tlie last seven in innings.
nings. innings. ,Brooks Lawrence, Charley
Rabe and Jay Hook divided the
pitching chores for the Redlegs.

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; By- WILLIAM, TLiCK EV .;
- AUGUSTA,. Ga. (UP) -- A fteld
Of 87 goliers polished their shots
Yesterday:for the, 22nd, 'Masters
Tournament and already the pres-
sure of the prestige event was be beginning
ginning beginning to Awl. -.----,:- ", -' : .--, -,
Sub-par -scores wire rirer thin
gate-crasher at the tightly guhrd guhrded
ed guhrded Augusta ,,Nationai,,Course on
the eve ol-Play. !.., -!' 4
Sam Snead, whd had been giv giving
ing giving par--,h -drubbing in earner.
warmups ; ior ,, his '-', -attempt:It l
record fourth' VictorX.in the,,Mas the,,Masterst
terst the,,Masterst shot 34 going out,: but ,,!la
million'', on the --waY ,10; ,lis'Ale
put it, ,!-.,,- ;,-.,-I'',- i-,--A- 5:.:' ,,i, ,,,',,L,..;
, Actually,. Slicad litilah(4',-ITI,.:-38'
'for a par, 72 and despite his! troit troitWe.
We. troitWe. with wide. whod shets on- the i
back nine it, was One 'of the,, More
respectable ,SCoreCi' (3,f,:- theKtinal
practice.,',-,;2 .-. ,. !:1,- f''Z', t-.,,--, '-,!1

',Golden 'sunshine 'bathed e
dant,. rolling rotirse where ,Bobby
Jones established the.lvlasters is
hi,s own tournament neck lit'1934
A,brisk ,wind whiptied, the lush,
airways': promisingto- Make toe
course play ',''shorter"-when, the
payoff, shooting A
The wind apparent Y was re resOonsible
sOonsible resOonsible for Wednesday's aver,
age tuneup ,scores, 'with the ten tensing
sing tensing golfers misjudging their shots
both in the air and on the 'roll.tf..-f
' Apparently the,liest score of the
day, a two-under-par, 70. was 'ne 'negotiated
gotiated 'negotiated ,,by Delr,rinsterwald of
Athens,, : !,t4
Jack,Burkeef Klamesha 'Lake,
Y.,' tlicl'hackdoor "champion
of 1956, wlio slipped .M when 'ems
teur Ken Nenturi (faltered, on 1he
last scored, a, one-undet:par
71, He broke'the,- standard mitT
when hi dropped a 14-footer on
the 18th that 1ooked aS if it would
go six inches wide of' the,cup but
made an abrupt turn into it, Mike

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!Marathon to Athens with news i II.' r-N
,of the Creeian'victory over the , 1 t,
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Persians. This famous deed has : ,11
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been commemorated in the 7
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, modern Clympie' games with I -"- ,
- the,kgreatest event on the proi : ,, ,, ''
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-, ----: ': Venturi The ,Faverite -- - '''
'-' Venturi, irom San- Francisca', --' 4
now .4- pro and, a strong pre.,
tournament, ,lavorite. because of -44 ,.
-his, cash-register splurge on the ,, r
winter circuit, ,, p!ayed ,only nine :',,, 1 I
holes and did not keep' score. He
cracked 70 sevenl' times in earl- r",',,.g.N.
er' warmups.- l'.-',,',,, ',' ,1 - ,' 7 i
,; Defending champion Doug Ford -; ".' I
41. Mahopecy' N, Y.-,:,lati,,, a, final,'" ;- 4t
tuneup "o, 73-::,Lloyd -hlangtuin of --''''.'1, T
,Chicago,-- who holds the' low- rec-
orC of 64 jet. the ',Masters but -, ,. f
,never hat won-it, --had, a par 72. , i
'Franit.,Stranahan, ,Toledo, Ohio,
-came in with',a ,strong- 34.-On the .",, :
beck nine-but ,was ragged going , 1
out,. and ', bad a, !, 74 total.,.. Veteran :, 1),,
contender Chick Harbert of Royal. ;
Oak,", Mier.; ',had a par i,72 and :',-,
Walter Burkemo of Detroit ,a 73. .'"
' Betr,Hogeni, holder, of ,the, Mas-: 7,"
tars :record": with a 274, in 1953,
-141(Yet, tin'e,,b, lee ',in, 37.-74 . ....,',,
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4':',. si. :- Jones Arsivei -'; ' '',--'1': I
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1
t'lill '.tlie pait2 1,4:, S, ;,, Open end' ''''
other, major', tournament., chant- ,,,,-
Pions 'were on the Masters invite. -'-
tion ',list: and manyt, of, the real ..
oldtimers put in appe'atance, The
87th loan' to register was 7E-year-, ",,,P ",,,Pold
old ",,,Pold George SargPent, ,who won the ,'-', 41
PPPnr heck 1n4.909..;..., :.' ,1:i, !.,t,,.,,

,-e Ai 'Inc Bobbyr': Jones:1..4h, has
'been, unable tWiday in -the- Mas Masters
ters Masters since,; 1949;,, arrived 1,11 time
to .-,:dedicate scrims
Creeli,n hick :
seroti, tht, cotuie td r vrnvidsot
inain water t.haiard.: i ,
'40Bea was', exPected.'t0":tmain
a -tournament;, speCtaint,
thonglhhe has ',lint been ,'released
lroto an 1,, Atlanta: tbspital ;where
be was ,.,treated- for iirrulatory
trouble; ,-.31e, dedleated ,the bridges :
'to gdgan Ind Byron Velson.-

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MENTIN...- -"'IIITIVIDER-Olt-""- "!"-'4""""----",-4,v,-06-.. '41"";7.1'n4SCI 47-kws.;0,..": 'ceased the-hout....tliut.I...knewi passey's handlers said he would :-Cii.IN FILL 1(,)(J11' AiLIEDSt"' : '', I
trg,Az THE HILL
I ,------- ---; .7-, -, ,, '' it '' ; ',.'...' his face' in mock-pain lit he dia. the fight; Moreno,1;4 3-4.' ', 4.
, with Ann Blyth 1 THE SEVENTfi glow, 1.1aV 146",Aa,,-- --
, , ,,,, , , ,had him in the second round., feave almost imtniediatelY forwteirve- ,, e wttannio :r.:.,E,yooped;a:. , 4, -, r 'r ,,,, ,, .,''''' ".. 7"'" ''' ' :
MAW. ,CARTAS MARCARAS
, round and began- throwing power- erpool. Morenos handler ...nules.auo,00J Y ,,,,
,,race Is rynnover a 'eou-rse-.26 i I 2 ..,
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Nelson,-

.. -, ..,- -- --..-- --.. --, .--- ,---..,, . 0 , ,, New yorit xamtees to a 1-0 victory 1 1 v A f 1 1 1)) 1,0 -404451441--1' -; '
' ing riding: achieveMent Aiiii-7a-s !tre 1 .(' run8 811 nu'''" ''.
i K.Y Griffiths with.flye wickets for d - , ,,, over the Senators., ,,,,, i I ,.4...., ,4. --,..........,,, , WIAINZIZ P
, late as 4957 lie' still we, accept-
, CRISTOBAL -', .-. 1:0 1,,, ... a'si 1 14 runs, P,,, Harper ,-,-,1 for le,' and :- .. : t 'e . i ,. ....,,,, ,,T..., ,. ,,... ... SkowrOn; who has driven in 13 1 4: ;. t ', I-7,1'1:1
,
Juno Allison Romano Broad .ifliTia" v,,,
tever r nidunt" L''''''11' 4's I, G. ,Small ,--two for nine were ,the ....
- ' runs in the last two games. leads ,, ': i ',. ,, ,,, i
,
James? Now 40,
, nNrettlainir" ' , 1PPene
he operates a
,t a8 successful Excelsiorbowlers Um- eat ervieig t .f i(ing assey ,, 4.., ..
.,,, .,:, the Yankees this. spring ',filth 20 '1 ... --.
,, .. 1. , , ,4 ), ,,,, ,,, ,,.... ,til
,, .., 1.14401ei 5, : .''. 4
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- steak house in California only a pires were -G. 'Alarming Anil D. ', ., . .'. .. ,, .. . ..,.- R.B.I.'s and ,ii ..415 batting vier- . ,',',',.,,, ,., ,,,
Smile s orert M CI k' d ' .'" ''
. ar 0, an ,V. p, -. ,,- ..,,,.., : ..., -' ' e ' age A 'streaky hitter in the past; 1 ,,,, :, ,.p. i.' i EfLitz I -.4'
1 z ' ,x
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,, milefrom Santa Anita race track I c A ' pi d , the ',Yankees are hoping he can J'' t,
Kir
DIABLO HT& TM '- l'' ,. McFar anc.,." ' ''' ' ,. '
) '
oaTORM OVER '. ,,,, r, '' A minute of silefice wat observ- ...
cceptsi. au its- Of ,Itioreno
replace ,Yogi, Berraq, aa Mickey ,,, ,,,, ; t ;
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'
ERB NIIr ' ' ' id between l'unings in memory of - : Mantle ,
's No 11 assistant as a rtm- '' ';-- ' 't.
' (Repeat Run) '' 0 IP a former cricketer, McVin Gibbs ' '-
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'Theatre ; ., -., . ,. .., ,. producer.,,,- ' ' 4
' ' '' s" . ,. ,,-- co "-- .,- ,' ." ", ' Homers by Gus Bell and Smoky 4
reeently deceased.....-s, .'' ,. ,,- '',.. ,,,,y -. -, 7 ; A. ,. ; , I ,1 '
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lift d the Redlegs to a 3-2 ,1 ,, .';', I ' .1,
- ' ' 'rhe game this Sunda III he ,.1 ' Itg plEX !CAHN ; ing in astonishment. The gatewas Burgess e
BATON ,,. 7:60 4. ' estimated at 9220,000. The pre- victoryt over ..e roi
D t 't but -.the Tig- , . fr o'
! ,
4 Tonight and Tomorrow I between Midand C.C.. and. Surrey ' ' '.
"THR MONSTER LES UP)- Dusk dominantly Mexican audience had ers were gratified because 20-game t , .,,
,, LOS ANGE .f Y
------,111reed 2:70,-,---,- C.C., at Rainbow C., '",?.-..., .,,' N A iN I :, -:, . t
.
- Twar CHAILENGRM I-, 4 , ,,, ...0 t 4-, :. Nigerian featherweight champion expected more- frOM their favor- Winner Jim Munning went the route 1 ,,, .,,, .4,, ,,,, ,, ,,,
'.',.Arlit WORLD" , ,, ,..,P ,, 1 .. 4 .. ---,,, 0. Hogan' (Kid) Bassey, who stalks ite who bas a -record Of 29 knock- for the first time ,this spnng. t'k- I- s, : :. '' : : . ht.
1
1 MULLIAnnY "Lira il an lis t ill,,,1110 ,611,111,11.11111 MO VIA ,,Iffi an opponent like ai. tiger, today outs in 34 fights. ,-,,, '. 7 -, Bunning limited the Redlegs to J, '-. ',,, ..,
,isegailits,,, at spestasis ast siker I II
'-iri rt -Iii E.:, 't. st aceepted the plaudits of power- Moreno,-realizing that his 'chief two singles over the list opev.en ,jo- i ',4,',.,' ,, 1
, P 1
P gm. MARGARITA 1:15, CM ''''' ''-'----- -.-,-,-,---,0-1-4 I .-,,. u ItiN 1.1.1 punching',Ricardo (Paiarit8) Ma- hope, was to score. an early knock- nings,, Brooks Lawrence., Cn I
ar ey ,I ,, T,i, 1,
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0 t ,., Ginger Rogers ,, toll Wel 1166.04,111k, MOWN 1, t
... . ' .. .. 11 reno as the better man after out, came rushing out of his tor- Rabe -and Jay, Hook divided the ,,,, i,, 7,, t,
--- t Barry 'Nelson
MINIMOMPN
, ofIRST TRAVELING PM avows'. ; 1 iv
16 L moomut toosuermoos 4 k a .)Due.., To DAy ,-,.uu
..- ... -. s------,II ,.. I ,'3 0 C. : :' 910
he 'scored a ,third-rotmd knockout ner at ,the bell for the opening pitching 'chores for the Redlegs. I ,.- I-.
' over the Mexican challenger. round and began t,rrowing power- 7 ' 1 I ' : k 1
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,. 7.,,
4 "- wi, f ,' c '', 1
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i ,- BALESLAor ., it II ig,,o, , ,.
''. 0" ...a 11 '' : DALE ROBERTSON,!,'",',- In the first defense of the title ful but ,awkward-looking 'punches ,-, -, ,. ,. 4 - .., -,,),.. -,,, t
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' (Repeat Rtm) "' ( k14.1::. 4.: : Virginia MAYO ,In,',.,,,. I he. won-last June, Bassey weath- that Bassey said afterward car- .7.' ,-, , ( 1
'
, I 1 ered Moreno's bull-like rushes and ried plenty of authority. , e
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0,,, .00i SS!efr ..,, VII. S CANYON', t
, 11 1 h g bl a though hey The crowd was sent into- h
as in ow even
I ,t, ,str-,
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0 A 0 SANTA CRUZ
P A A I Ys- i i 1,, i
' In 'Technicolor! -,,,,,
terical cheers when Moreno:stag- ,, ,i ' C 1,', IA : '''''i'l '' r ,,,., k
1 t-. -.4.s,,, I 4
I i n sas cis & sin
' .' s' A nh sgn. it BALLET -, ''- ,-,-. --:-:, staggered him and then' landed a
i PT
I ' 1 jolting, right to the head in the gered -the shorter Bassey midway e i 16- ,.........:,,,, , i
i
., 7.
. the round with a.seri
' num GOLDEN -- 1"0"1) "S RSTMAN r:- 1 1 .,,,r,:,1,1i:.,8,..co,rnorrpw. ,1 ::, aii third round t,o, dron -Moreno for M , es of jolt .,r,,,,,..-.7..,,,.....7.rts7,77.-777777 .'
James 'Craig
' IDOL", and ,' 4.sitooTouT ,, ; 'GALINA '::, ,,, I the full count ..
after, 2;58 minutes ing Jens, and an occasional right. !..i.,1:..-,:.,;,:.;iii,,.!.:i:,: ..:,:,..,i!,,.:i,i,,,is,.:-..;;:;-:::::,:.:,,:;,:,,!: - ,.., ...., ', ,., ,, ..., -:,.,. ,....,,,.., .,:',,''' ,,. ,..;,-;,,, ', ', ,, ,..' .. ,,....
"'Clipped Whir" 'AT MEDICINK V Li IS 0 VA. .,i; f ''. .7r0PuLAR NjGHTC,,,:( Tuesday night;''. ,. , , t And he followed that up by pin- ..''',1'.,,',.' ,:-.(1;,',,,.':'''s ''::'; ls;',"; ''''''' , ', '',. 2. ,',.,,,' F ''.' 4. , ...' ',-- :' ' ,', .- '''' ' -' 1, :
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, ,,,4 7:25 inly, '. BEND', '. 91.10 per CARI ,, '11 assey proved to me he' was ning the. champ in a neutral cor- :''',?.?..,,,:.,,:.,:i.'is 4) ''s,-.:!,,,,:,:::,...'.,:.:,::::i?!.(,:',', .,
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'.41' ft Ch dle J 1 ' the better man," Moreno said as ner and again staggered him to ''''''',1:',',$;,;,.,,.. ':'...';','i' : ,' ,'' ,- 1 :
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, , - , -. v ,,, ' ' - '' '-' of 1956, whoslipped in hen 'lima Main- 'water t hazard., ,, -.1 ,f ,
-e. A., ;,,-, , ',i ,, 4, .,
- By F RE D oowN ,,,, , teur Ken ,Venturi faltered. tin the ,y.lones wetrA eliPeettu- tv'',-temain
tune- enators oome -to in ,,...
., ,.. ; ,. ,,,,, last 'nine,, scored a 'o e-undet:p r Is. -tournament; speetawr; ei,---
when hi dropped a 1.)-footer on 'trent
71-, '-',.' :. ,.- ; :i '' '., i' : I ; .--: ' .-, ''.' .4 ''' '. - ''. '''.:' s ,,:' least one and Possibly two' major
, ', NEW ..yORK, April -3 (UP),-At 71,,' He broke' the,- standard vnly thonghae has Ast been released ,
he ,,. ,. ..,, ,,. -, ,..: ...''', .?' t' ''' '';' ' ' L ''':'' '.. .:L'' 'deals apPeared ready to, port today the 18th ,that ,looked i if it would be. 'was,;treated fiu eirrulatory ,, .,.
an't,Atianta, tbspitat ;where
il3'
en inrAmerican Loop. e ar aain- as both -,,the 'St, -Louis ,Cardinals fn9a cTeix a inn cahl:r8uplli tit uer 1Itill: ftVitet -ttrou1141h1;alleatideletr4teoncr&so' bnr.id-ge!-..4- ; r
,,,, . ,,,. ,,, ., ,, .,,, .. , .., ..., , and Chicag0 White Sox sought ad-, .,,
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Ilit , ', ' .. .- .. 7 ''',. '.. .: Vs' e, 4 :.- -',, .4' ditional strength ,to, bolster their -,- .. .-,- :- ,;.,,, t ,t, ', , ., ,!, '.,,, ',, -,
e , z -, v - ---- -- ,' ",,- 2-,'. ,, -' pennant;Imbitions...- ' ', ".' '' ''', - -''''' tHAtIGEDI1Ati ''' I'''''' ."-'''''''' "I"
It- ,.-',. .. .- - -,, , ,.' H .,
ite finally ,A7ill. he ,,Generaf, manager (Bing ,De'vine : ',.f.,'-',. ,t; ,i ... ,... ;, 1,, , -- -. ,, v, ,i
, By LEON H. PETERSEN to ,nope that he, , , " - ''' '''' ''' '''' ;' PI
' t' '' ' ' ' able to hit major league pptching. 'of the, Cardinals conferred yester- ,,.,0 ..11,,;,1 ..,f, ,-,
, , .1,
, ORLAND0,1, Fla. P -- ,The ,The other new reguiars in 'Lava- daY, 'with general manager Roy -,'-'4, pm; A :r u.4 4 .,'1. :,i.
l''''; Wrashington Senators, who,are get- gettoss schemeo7 things are cen- 'Jamey et, the- Philadelphia Phil- ---------.
' c, Pampa.? f :e .',
',' ing used to finishing ;there, ,seem terfielder Albie peal-son, catcher' lies,'raitini n' possibility that a ,, Wi-ii.errsA, 't DAS 1. -,,, .,.,,,,, .-,,
,' doomed to wind .110 ut, the 4merl- Steve Korcheck, firat baseman swai" involving Richie-Ashbrti '1 DiAPERENCE
"' tan League.icellar again.k 4 4' 1.' Norm 'Zauchin; and second base- lied Joe Cunningham may be near. 1 A ,VaeliE i ,- f
",- Even ',theitk manager, '1Cookie man Bob Malkmus. ' The Cardinals need a center-field- 1 MAIKE$ i',V .-,,,e. ,,,,,, ,,
-- Lavagetto,, is' ss pessimistic that Lavagetto, rates, tKorcheck' the ert, pi Ashburn's- proven ", quality -Can-00,k
, he'll only,' go so far as:to-- say, top of ,,, his four, catchers, : the whilethe,Phillies are desperate to FOR ACK
,,Ame 1 ,1-' v t.'
,I,,Y "We'll win-more games 'than we others being veterans Ed Fitzger- acquire a first-baseman of Cun- fa, A Itfle 2 D A I r !; ,,J ,' ..
it?, did last year." Her won't admit kid, Clint Courtney and Lou, Ber- mingham's ability : ,L'-'1:.'4 ' -- k
P'". it, but he'd settle right now for beret. -. That ,,is ., Washington's , '.., 1 1 i. -, .,, is, t '' ....i '"'
,i1 seventh place,,,,, ,.,...-.- ,e. -11. strongest departm,ent, ; and the ,x' President Chuck Comiskey of the
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is, ,, The only ray of hope Lavagetto Senators -may collect f dividends White Sox- admitted, meanwhile, z,,, .,,,..,,,..
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n" sees in theSenators' 1958 outlook from it because several clubs, In- that t he bad talked trade with s, ) ,.
ne is that he plans to start the sea- chiding some in! the National Frank Lane .of the Cleveland ', Iw .. , ,, , ,,
1 ir
ht SOn with five, new regidars and League,. are After catching help. dians The White Sox arebelieved -4.t-' '$, -i --'
.
31 has what appears to be ,the best -, ' I ,,,..,- todbe ,biddint for a light-handed ,,,,;1: i,,'' '''!".:" r' t-: i' -- ;
IV rookie ,, pitcher in the 'Florida Zauchin at First : .:..' hitting outfielder ,possibly Rocky ;
of spring training camps. ', ,: Sauchin will ,be at first ,base Colavito-- and have.pitching and i :, '' '' -- 71 ; ', 7 : i. ..;T
k-. '.., 1 - With the Nation'al' League castolf, lefty outfield' strength-to spare. 1 , ' '., )k f ', -' '' ', ,, 4
tty ,, Promising NeWcomer : Docky Bridges at' short.' Veteran : r : t 1 I ,' 1 'e ,,' .,,.1.
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ad ,.' 1 N.,-,' - ddie 'Yost is. pushing Killebrew ,' There wire two relatively min- t 1,,,,, : ,
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29 The newcomer is Ralph Lumen- at third base while Herb Plews or deals completed. The-Cardin. t IF; i ,
, ti,,,,a 6-2 left-hander whom the will take over second if Malkmus, als traded outfielder Jim King to i ,' '-'0 A 'r 1 ,- 4.,:ii g
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h., Senators signed off the University li .291: hitter with' Wichita,' can't tho -San. Francisco- Giants 4 for ,. ,,, ) i ,, , t , ',,, ,, ,,, .., , i
or of ltfassachusetts campus late last Make it.' ,- ' catcherRay Kaft and tho Detroit .' .e. ( ti i.,-1.: 1357., .4- za... ,,4g,
11 season. ,-- .' ' -' '-' ',',--' -.i..-,- 't The, Senators' brightest stir; Tigers : purchased Stan Pelys; .! ,v,,,, ,,,r 1. , ,,, i ),,:,A,e2.,,..',:::u.z) N- .', ,(
l'. -,Lumenti :Was only ". the' third 'Roy 'Sievers, the A m e'r I c a n who hit .359 for Nashville in the (....4t 7t if 1 IV, kookle w.0045 ., -. ..,3 4
, 1 qt
HI Player to whom the Senators ever League home run and runs batted :Southern Associatkon last sea-, i t, i 1 .r. ezaAt ot 1.05E02 ,, t' ,,
. 1 , 0 1 r , ; ,
E. paid,' a Ponns.-- the ,others being in king, will be in left field with son, from the Cincinnati Redjogs. 1.10 ti ,,, t ., ri.,,. ,f, IN 71,115 MAIOR.5 .., ,. ',$s ,, 6:1
third baseman, Harmon Killebrew Jim ,'Lemon- in right if he- hits. , t ; I ---- I 1 0 :1, : , ....m.---s 0 .:000111
as
a and outfielder Jerald Schoonmak- Otherwise Neil Chrisley, who bat-' 91i 'the' 'exhibition circuit, first- t411,- ? ,,,, ,,, ), I i ,v,l ,, 3195.5;;4 -.1, i .,
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L. 'et" c c ted .343 at Indianapolis in 1957; baseman ;Bill Skowron continued '117 1 .- , I it, f, ' 4OW 7"His N, 1
!ll -' Killebrew isn't much- of a glove Carlos Paula, 1 up from Minneip- to supply the big noise es he smash 1 1 ,-,; ',. .,;' l,,, !, Ir 1 i "Ica 'a, '1' .,'
t, man, but the 101 ,,runs he batted olis where he hit ,288, or Whit 1 1 :.
-eY ed a grand s am andia solo homer 1,,t , , ,,, of I, ; i 77,,,,etirizo, 1,, .,-
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,,, !t,tor Chattanooga last year while Herzog tvfil be- given a. shot 'at in innoir in fivp runs and, lead the -; 1. l'i i .t .1 A e I, 0 I t 1 n t A 1 "'

11' jrt3-2.71,
oustand- nitung 20 homers,. gives Lavaget the job., ,
score to 50 runs all out,'
'And as 7 ILY Griffiths with (ive wickets for ) , . 0Nvewer Yth-;e.r.kSYenaantkorese.s 1;1) WMNZZ IP 1
,accePt" 14 rtins, P., Harper for '16. and 1 - 40wr. on, who has driven in 13 I 4 ,
LIKED yA
G -Small ....Awe for nine were the
Been IF
eat ervieig t ing assey
, runs in the last tWO games. leads
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perste a successful Excelsior 'bowlers. Um. the Yankees this. spring 'with 20 '; 4.
pires were G. Manning and D. and a .415 batting aVer- I ,
a only .a
SmalV scorer, M. Clarke and ; ,- as a age, A streaky hitter in the past, 1 t I
Ice trann McFarlane. ' the Yankees are hoping he can
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I: ' "HUMS BUSTFFIN't sad 1 kat, ......,ft. 1 I a, '1 "THE SIGN OF ,THE ,'-', ing' room following a quick end- ,,,;, .,-.--,'-- -'' ; ,.,:, ; 1 .,', "4- ;'..i,',,:.-:',,,..,:','-'''...:'' t-, '. .....'. ,.,...,:,''. ,i ---,- -,-- 7.- 7 ,..7, 7 .'. ''',, ',7.7,7-.,77, 7.,7,7 t77 7; 777 ,...
, &FIGHTING LAWMAN1 1 ,477.0-7. 1 11 '',, .''' -. z leAGAN":,- ..., : I ing to the scheduled 15-round ,title ,., : - Cheering Ends ,. -..., .. ::...-:.: ' rl ', r-, , r.,
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'd as he shook his ea roun ,a van age, sin in -h s is -. , .,,A., Z,
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' ,in disbeliefot '', ''' e '' into Moreno's ,' midriff and then ,..1 '' ' -. ,,,,t1t.:,:4,,,A r -,. ., -,,
, The'-champlon, ,with tge ,dignity following up with 'looping blows to
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' befitting the holder of the Order the head., ,. ;) ., .,
of the British Empire which was The knockout punch wat ebat unner el i
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'opides ran from, ;,h cr.:, ) 1.,::--1, v-, ) -.,,,,,.......- )1...----, ,, o, - ,, 4(
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litsrothon to Athens with news i ig.,-',r---N, , ., l --,-144"104 r '21'; t' : '''; i :, ') ''"-
I5e 35e ' ' .. ''' ' ded him by Q vlizabeth ttring right to the' head that sank -' ,4.,- e ,
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4 f'In 490 B.C., the swift Greek! ", ,.12T-3 ,, , -4"----, ,....0,; ,,,, .,,., 1,, ,,,
f the Lir ion victory ov r the i4e 4 t 1 .04..40, :,o, 0 ),, ,,,46411, Ill 4 :k '
. .,- , ',-,' ,' v 1-.4 : ,, , , ,' .... , ., last New Year's Day, paid tribute Moreno' to his knees, and he, then '- --- deed has '. 4, I, 1404 ,.., , ', I ,, , tt4 J,t,',,,;. I ', '.': ,
I ITIC OF CIIIIIST''',, ,'" MAGNIFICENT' i'' THE PASSION KAY.' '1,,'EL. MAIt'rlIt HEL to, ,Moreno. for his punching, abil- keeled Kiyer. Slow, OW big' back 1 6 ,t
, ' OBSESSION ' ;' ' ., : ', CALVARIO ,, .. itI.' ' ,' ;. ,
, , in his own' corner while rereree
'been commemorated in the i , ..,,,11 ,,,,A , A ,,,,,,,,, , '1 0 .,,,i, I
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punch,", Bassey said, screwing up 4 Bassey weighed 124 pounds for. ,, .,......s.,.than This toot-.1 .- ,", , .., ,, i te

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' -21,u Sixth on a ivtilk to Fred, Sapp, end '.. ,1,:1;;;,:'-,,:P.1:,!!.;':::,.' : ',:.:,-
1,;-143 successive singles by It o s e n- ,,',, .,','::- ''';A:-:..-: , :. ...: ,,,
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, ,- krantz, Haas and Angermuller.- -; ,.,- :.:,:.-.: :,s.'-.-:,:3si-, ,
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CHS-Alumol All R H PO A E -,'::: : :'''. : .,- Yesterday.: for the, ,22tici, ',Masters -,',-,::.,, -.,',...; -- ,, ,,, ,, ,
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- ,,:',-,:- Tournament and already -the. pres- -.' yentini, Iroin San: FiatIACiSCO.'f, 4:
' '''.: Hayden 3b ,, 3 ,, 0 0 1, 2 0 ,', "....,::::,.... -..:,'':W'..s,':: , sure of the, prestige event ,Ittits be- now. ir. -pro -, and, a strong pre., -
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e 11 t Qumlan p : .:3 '0 ,1', 0 1 ,0 :!::' '::',,..;.:f. ... ,
ginning to Aeil,.,...--,,,,,,--,--,--,,,' -.,-. ,,-, -,, .tournament, favorite' because of :'.,,' ,, ,.,,,
com- Lapish cf ''''',' '''t ', '2 : 0 '0 1' '0 0 ''.:, ' :: '':--' , : .. ,.:,
, 1 ,Sub-par 'scores. iver,e tiCer, thin -.his,, cash-register, splurge-on the , II f
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. 958 Hernandez 1,1:-.11 '.'.' 3 '' 0 t.' 0' .1 0 ',-
. gate-crashert at the, tightly,guUrd- winter '. cireuit,,, peyed ,,only :nine , ,, t
ague.; Brittle lf '"" ,: ,,' 3 0 ; WI', 0 ;, 0 : ,4 ', 4'
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it by Breznick : is'', ' 34-0 1', 1.,: 5 1 :''.,' ;:,-,i ,, : -,,,,i i
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the eve ,c4--play.,'...,. ',., : ; -'. crtcked 70 teveml times. in earli- :.,.,..',,', ,,2.4k.,
, sec- Jomson c t-',-:!'' ..', I'''0 -1.,:'5 .10-- O : .....,,',...... :.,-,, : i.' ::-., Sam Snead, .-whit,..had -been giv-, er warmups.-,- 0-,,,..,',, ..,,,i, ," ;1', ", , , ,
t h e ,Weigle ,. lb ',..''..-1''',;.- 2 'It'll, a ', 0 0 ,!, .,.,',.,-. ,::- , ,,,
Int,' par -,.a ,,, drubbing in", garner, ,,, Defending 1 chainpion. Doug Ford "'-,',' ,..',!' I
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coast .., Totals ,,,i '2,, ';: .,- 26j 11, 5,18:11 1 s ',. t..i
:. : ,-,:. terst shot.,,, 34 going. out,:,but ,-,.-, a Chitago,.-- who holds, ,,the'' low, rec. 'i
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Alfonso Perez Ji. sends out his' classy Argen ArgenIt
It ArgenIt tine mare- Gramilla in quest of her' third consecu consecu,
, consecu, tive victory Saturday afternoon in the featured'
"," I (1141III

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$1,000 six furlung dash for first' and second series1
-
1, imported thoroughbreds at the President- Remoni
' racetrack. -.- ,,, --. ., ; '..
Gramilla, which will have favor- opposed by F e n I it, Ornamenal
ite rider Heliodoro Gustines in the tar,, Fieltr and Cerveeeril
',. saddle, i should be pushed to the e other' mile run pits classy
4 utmost 'by speedy Hoitigador and Jai co against Mirtino Affiliation
strong finishing lielendez. Town't Orde and Colitato. On paper it
tw Wall,the only other starter, is ap- seems like match race betwen
parently' outclassed. s, Jalisco 'a rt the highly rated Mitt Mitt'
' Mitt' ' no which has shown great improve improve.
. improve. Hostigador will alio have his ment tn 11;, most recent starts.
favorite jokey in thd saddlenone Nine otir-r interesting r a e e s
i other than leading rider 03raulio iomplete an attractive ,Saturday
Baeza. Fernando Alvarez, n 9 w
cam t ,. .
threatening to take the pla away ,
, ',- .0
from the starring, GUStineg ,, and : ..
.. Beers.' should enhance -the chanc-,,,
es' of Melender, The latter showed
Rcetrick;-,Tips
v derided improvement in his Nit .,
7 outing ,when "he fimshed. a' close , ,, -. 1.
third behind Gramilla and Agua- .. .
- -I-- ' : - By CONRAD()

The 1"ekperts, figure that Ilos-
v'tigador and Gramilla will hook upl 1-Matriculads
la a head and head battle fromi 2Nodrey
the start with one or both "crack- 3Ju
ing",which could pave the way for 4-4ipi Jima
in upset victory by Melendes. 5Jalisco
.,; ilTho Gipsy
Tho secondary attractions are a 7Fsnix
iair ',of one mile $600 gallops for SPalaos'
- foorta series imported- through- 9English Wonder
breds. Narcotico figures to be a 10-4lostigador
A, big favorite to win one, Ile will be 11Emily Mary

Close behmd was Jim Davis with
IPS. , ,
The only European that offered
minor reststaneewas Ted Schmidt

(
, The Ile Ne-III'soft drinkers bott bottled
led bottled up the Pan Am so badly that
the Jets (trooped down with a thud
from a first place tie to third
, pl-ee. Alr Kse lin. Ne-Iii.' wielded a
't, tricked 1)1111 aoninst-,the tenpins
i and tallied a 606 set.' i
The Part Am Jets although they
tart 4,nerfect gome" Pene ntirrtifill
'tepiaging Citscio who is still in
(the states, on a howling yenturei
lust could not get fired up. Aonar Aonar1,
1, Aonar1, ently Cas is the snork or whatev whatevIr
Ir whatevIr or you need to get Jets going. beie
) I cause since his sta in the Este
On Ileidos ithe Pan Am Jets are
N grounded. '', z e,
.0 It was not Cas' replacement
f thot failed because he still was
4, their high- mon with 560. Lanes
: slumber 7 end 8 were too much

,Tha Lord
Naos
,' Ft) NM
Mirtino
Emmy
Narcotic
Toddy
' Lobo
Gramilla
' 'Oollat

,
, Manager Fred Haney said
that Pizarro inay be recalled
before the coming season ends.'

I-JUN CLUki
NOTES

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i1Tiny Brook ,J. Gongora 106 Trickles slowly
2Matriculado C. Bovil 1.13'Long -overdue. '
,3Dagon M. Hurley 113 Dangerous this time
4Coronation- Day G. Graell 113 L-Dropped in class'
f 541:fito ''. 't G. Sanchez llirrrorm. indiestesy
I, 6---Miss Patience H. Guatines 102 Usually disappoints

... 7 ll's 7 '"'"-- ei 1 1-;-Iona's Pet. A; Vasquez-112 4-Has good speed ,',. 'T 10-1
, ' ",- a 't)
)er.....,
s' 2Lucky. Sky B.' Beets 115 --Has good workouts .. 10-1
,,, 3The Lord : R. Vasquez 110 'Disappointment so la; 2-1
4--Nedrey : '''' R; Cristian 115 4--Long overdue, ,'",-,,,,, i:, ; VEN
' ;-- ''''t .': ' ;'"- -, ,- ' ! ': 5PlaytHoy :' C. Quiros 1023tLacks early speed ,;. 50-1
- g - t' ,'. !, I -. ,.. ' ; .:- ' itbet Vecino- B. Aguirre 115 Ittportedly speed s, 3-2
':','".:',itiA18E LEAGUE 1.- Pan Am.--'Lowandi 481, Albrit
.'' ton 491, Sullivan 489, Nunes 503, 7-4Segsdor ,: (A.; ?,on, ta, les 108,,--Itatt we ,Il 1:.ast, we.ek ..,. i : 3-,2
'- '' ' '. '' '''' W n LostiDamiart 506. ','. ; : f '''' ) '' '' 5' a-------- i t ? , ', .4 :

p geymour, Agency ,, ', ,- 63 4412 ..' if- t- 'Hems 4 kocky Strike it Srd Rice '"G" Natives J. Fes.Porse 075.00 -Pool C.o.s.,
, Pan Ant Jets,: . -, -- -.. .. ,,4 , '- , . : , .. ., ,.. , ..
, ---ine H.' t. Home 'Tilers the dor- .- I. ' U.. '" 1' '' ' .' '' '''
0 LC. Ne-Ili, -', '--, ,,, ,, ..56 :52
e ague or most part,
Lucky Strike ' ''''. ,.. 50 58,- m ts of, th 4 f 1 1.1uliti k I, limenez 118 -4,ast was revealine. ,-,EVEN
62 ofathe season, have perked up and , ,,,.
2San Cristobal G,' Sanchez 115.0-Rates chance hers,' E. 5-1
, Ex El Rancho :' .',, .4, 46
have 'their sights se. on fifth place: , ,
m el 11 Vasquez 103x ,--Jockermon't help 10-1
i--ijon, anu ,
H., 1. Home ,, I ...- ,.; ,v. 45 -42
437 This week they tore' into the pack
Europe& FUrnittirt .';',t 41, 4-11qapti ,, 1 'I 1, R. Vasquez 113 Razor Sharp tom ,'....",' ,EVEI.N2
, ,,,-,........ l' , of Lucky strike cigarillovfor ad, .5-14'resigente :. ,,, M. HurleyL101',--Could go ell the way -,
, ., ,, poorza4 1.014,.., -...- :.4, ', ,t!o roini :,, ,,,got $44-1,. 4, tolk. tt-lt 1...1s.la ea 'v- rrp. 0.,4o... 1,,,,,4, ,ie ., 104,.., ,..,t,1 t ..
. su 10,,Furnituri g , ,,,,,i Bud, ,Eileer sparked Alai,' ttam -, i ''s,',- t i,o,t-,,- c 1. i-, :, ."7-7--- -
..,.. ,, ...- ,,,, ,,,,,:,,,,, ,,,, -.4- ,- with a 599 series and had abler as
' The leuer.ze' Y ,Luz KilowittVel- sistance, from Les Pahl and -Bill ,-t-i ,, F . .,
4th "'Race ; "ti11,-' Nativei 1 rectourse $37S.00 '.., Pool Closes 2;30
- QUINI-LA , ,'-- ,.
Ale best, the Luckiei could.
' ectrocuted and practically armihi, Jamisot4 both of whom 'outscored ,..4 ,- ', 1, .., Li , , .,, . t, ,
, lated the. European ,Furniture offer, 1Folletito : -A. ,Altato 102x Distance to liking e-.: 2-1
II' Storein their lowling match., Thepamely -Dick Soyster with his 548. 27.-Guacamaya A. Gonzales 100 Not good enough ,, : 15-1
latter word, match,. is used quite,!It is Lucky Strike's fifth 'place in 3-4rilon ''' J. Jitrienes 105 ',--Should be close up ,: .- ' 3-1
0 loosely' betause fthere was no res.1- II
t.e,.ircult--that,i the -Homer are '4tuea--- '''' G.- Bedoya 103x Complete failure,. rz , 450-1
ambiance of l'inatch but. more II I
1 riving to attain. Despite a lowly -50limpico .' '' N,C. Bovil 115 -,Could surprise - --- i, 4-1
09 me in their mids th
( -le- rtinitinre ( t 1 '' '7'' ' ''': '!' '" a tgak th t, e Hom ,.,,.
'' E.. Dario'103 Was never anything ... 50-1
, ,,,.. ,,,,. , .,..,., .,. ,., , p 00, se?nd, game, by 'keyen ,I,:-..7.177 a ,- 'A Ycaza 113 --Shouldmake it now EVEN
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'' The Kilowatts imassed a 391 PT!. '.",d ,,.. ,
0 '' ' '' 11,.Y it .' '' G-Milord '97z-6-Early speed only 1 10-1
1 and in tloma Pahl 5513,. Blind 432, c'Y a t
- pin margin in total pinfal t
the last game. added, insult to in-1 , a car
Klumpp 398 B I 595-- J 1 9(Guarare -. C.' Quros 100xNothing tO recommend -- 30-1
o ain son .. ,,,
, ,.. k..,;-- 0,- e.,...nitur tn2k-.;555. ;. ; z 1.: -, -,,,o t lo---t Isogonic : M. Hurley'108 Same, as entrymate '-: 30-1

ly Dick Soyster with, his 548: 1-7G-tiii-io-m-s'ys
. Storein their bowling match. Thelp!tine 15-1
AT:Go-n-2;1es -1-00--Not good enough .., 1
, latter word, match,.is used quite, ,,,t is Lucky Strike s
no re3 int, .circuit-that,i the liomair are '4coca "-- '' G.-,Bedoya 103xComplete failure', z 30-1
ilftn Place in 3---Filon ''' ,' J. Jitrienez 105 ',..;-.Should be close up ,, '. 3-11
) ? loosely betause fthere was
.il striving to attain. Despite a lowly ,-solimpico .' :' C
, , ,0,... runaway., t ,,, ,,,, , : r : ;., 109 game. in their midst the flom- 6,Avispa
ambiance of I'match but. more N, Bovil 115 ,Could surprise - 4-1
t 1 or ,. , , t is took tile second game, by seven ;
, E. Darlo'103 Was never anything 50-1
. cant 115 .Should. make it now EVEN
lionia Pahl' '551, Bfnd '432
) o ',' The.'KflOwe'it's' aina'seed a 39,1 Pin, s :'.'d ; : ,: ': .';!. 7JIP1 JAP1,-,, ''' L A Y
7 pin margin:in total pinion, and in
' the last game added insult to in-l !oPP, , ,8--,-Yoyita ,' G:Milord '9'7z-6-Early speed only 0 1
Klu 398 B I 59 1 9(Guarare -.-' C.' Quros 100xt-Nothing tO recommend, 30-1
a en! 5, Jan'. Isc.',n, 10Cranganica M. Ilurley'101 Same. as entrymato '..' 30-1
,. jury by beating the furniture mak- 7.1,,,,, , ..,,,, -, ,,,, t N'. ''i, : ..-. I 0 , , 1 :' l ' ', , o ,, 1 . ,
ors by 255 pins. Two of the Kilo- ' ; ., , ,, ., ,' , i ., ..,1,,........':. ,, ,. ., ,
v 1,,ucky Soyster 548, Rice 414, ., - , - .'
watts were of high tension calibre
v, ..,with Bok, Boyer rolling three oss 49, Samamego 460, Best 526. Sth. Race 4th Series imp. 1 Fes.Puris $100.00 Peel ,Cleses 3:00
,4i r games over 20t1 for a 639 .series. The Major Leaguers.will have 1 , ,: , ,, , -, :, .
r Davis with their big fee and distribution 1...Tallsco -, ,R. Vasquez 115 ,Seems "sure, thing , 1 3
' Close behind WaS Jinl
Ails ,, , 1 of the. loot at the Summit HMS ,',2Mirtin0 7- Alvarez 113 -'-Could be upsetter ...,: 2-1
' It ...ihe
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ottly1:2E11.11; ea'n that offered Country Club., Tuesday evening 3Affiliation Order ,4. Ycaza 111 ",-..lust another lemon 10-1
nee Pwas Ted Schmidt April 22 at't o'clock.' - , AroligliTt . R Miele 105 Jockey mas, heti) ,-' 8-1

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a sni-n-o; r-e-sIstincewas Ted Schmidt I April 22 at 4 o'clock.,: .., .- 4 4-Colifato B., 83aeza 105 -Jockey may he,,Ip ,
o' with 519.,The, Kilowatts now enjoy! This affair is not' limited to the -- ,, ,, - - , ,, 7 -, - -.,,- -
a three-game lead in the loop. bowlers to,anyone who is interest- i ' : ....' ; , ', ... ---,-",---7---7,'
o 2' I( L .-;-,- Boyer 639; Davis 628. td in coming must see or contacti
Deluca 510, Wiliquist,452, Pleich. venial Jack Voss. If you don't, like ith Raci; 6th, Siri...1 ImP: 6 1111Pur" 646669 P4"1
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1st RACE OF 71111 DOUBLE ,, -
, Inn 567. -, , fish, you may have chicken, and ' ; , . , ,
Europea-' Lane 492; Fernandez genial Jack Voss. If you don't like -1-LIntrocluction B. Aguirr0 115 -.Aguirre insists .,
- 477k Leidner 450, Schmidt 519,J0- ed in coming must see or contact
land 48L' ' , -, , be served. Or if any dinner want
.. , '-., , .,' , 4;1 if 'that does not agree, steak will
ti ,' Seymour 3 El Rancho I iguana or tid bits of boa let Jack
.- , , , know and the Filet at Summit win
0 aymour, Agency climbed Into whip ,up your speciality. ,, 1, 2,-EscataY R'. Vasquez 110 f.-Poor ride in last
3-:-Chivilingo '' C,,.. Bovil 113 ..-Not An this distance
4--Atomic Spiing' B, Meta 110 '.-Improving ateadily '-
5-I Forget tA.: Alfaro'10Ix -Ran well in last
64Ann Drake A.' Yeaza 113 -Depends- en start
,. the i'unnerup spot 'when they sub-1. , ., , , ,,, n .1 7-Blue' Zulu ; C. Quiros 110x --Good early speed
, ii) slued a stubborn, El Rancho aggre- ., , ' , '',' 8-Oro Purito, M. Hurley 110 ...Usually close up ,:
' gation. The Rancho boys rolled not' pi s 9-..The Gipsy" 11. Gustines 104 ...Can beat these ...-
izarro',- Thie',.:.,',. , t, . r, ,
, too bady, in factbetter thail sonte'
k of,,
- teams t at gained four points but ,' , . ,, -, , , .., ,. 4 : ,, -, , ., :
'' they wenttdown' fr ;three instead.
Ith Race 4th Series' Imp. 8 Fos.Forso 8100.00 Pool
Don Rudy ,Seymour, was a thorn
. ,, -' ...' - 2nd RACE OF Tilt DOUBLE
Othe-r''' Pla.Os .2. ,-' , ,,.., ,
) in side ofthe Ranchos, because he
same 'up with a' 611, series. '4 ,,' .'1: ',' f , ,- ,- ,, 1-rinix IC' Gustines 100 ,,--Will fight it out
iSeymour were,on their ,way to a
Il a '-':', .., ,- 2-Ornamental Star.B. Bleza 105 -Last doesn't count
) ,' clein sweep when the Ranchos Go"'' To' ninors 3-Fieltro ', 'H. Ruiz 106 -Jockey haddicalm!
railed halt and rolled a 908 game ,.
1 for their lone point. This WiS the $
6- . , 4-Narcotice ',. ,' R, Vasquez 113 --Improving steadily
, ''. -,--,--' - t S-Cervecero :R., Cristian 113 ,-Runs well viten rest
' only encounter that the tom
team' gained ahi point, this week. -BRADENTON, , , , 4...F.
Ela April 3 - '' '
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.All thers resulted in whitewash CUP) -' The Milwaukee Braves ,1
rt ( I i yesterday ilserst' down Puerto Ith Race 'Spec. 2-yr-o. cl, mp,
jobs. ,, 1; 4 -, ,, I 1 I 6 F Fors $85000 PHI
1 For theoEl Del Charti- Rican left ander Juan Pizarrb 1 ,' '- ; -', I QUINIELA '
s t t theRlsenacg-u4; secretary al and tine other players, in-( t, .
'' ;7r4 :eernies. Seymour, pliiieln se
c-, eluding 010,000 bonus catcher A ''' 108 Sh d in last ;
1.--Teddy , ill. guirrc owe
onit place, have the Pan Am JetS1 Bpb Taylor, to the- minors. 1
n r
breathing down their necks o e ,
Pizarro and firstbaseman.
point away.' ' .- I outfielder'Eail Ilersh went- to 4-
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Rancho-4- Rogers 454, mino S15
'----r -----,i Wichita, Clas-A,AA American ..
,. ,2---.Man. Pedraza, M. Hurley 112 --Makes first start
a.-rorro ,. IL Ruiz 103 ,-- Has shown nothing
Mi Cautiva. t. Sanchez 111 -Unknown quantity
5-Pangal . 44:. Alfaro 100x;-Overgrown plug ,,
Charters 574,', Spinney 497, Kunkel, Association. witll OPII01), to al .6-13deg..P .- R.. Vasquez 115 r-Reportedly classy
105., , ' ' ' ,' 24,hour recall., ,, ,b -, ; 11-palabe H. Gustines,112 -.7Has good workOuts
) stymour -- Rudy 611, Bosvers outfielder Al 'Spangle. also l'''.: r, ,-. ,,..
r It 1151,--Bates 495,, Graham 444, Cof Cof,
, Cof, waS farmed out to Wichita and -. , ,
leY 577,- ; ,, Taylor was shipped to Jackson.. tth Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fes.Porso $500.00 Fool
- eine. Class A South Atlantic '. ',' ONE IWO ',
) t RC Ne-141 4 Pan Am Jots 0 , ,,, ', , 2 :
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G: Hay, p-ras'idont ;i1;1' !Oth Race lst. Snd S. Imp, Fos.Purse $1000 p.
tonal Zone Tropshooting Associ 1Hostigador Raeza 115 In fight to finish
ation, today announced a 50., .1Towns Wall A. Alfaro 100xblot against these
bird trophy shoot at tho Pedro 3Melendez T. Alvarez 113 Could makt it ROW
'Miguel Gun Club range Sun., 4Gramilla Gustines 113 -Enjoying bast form
day commencing at 10 cm.
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IT ember, 7 and 8 were too. much ,; At firs 25 targata wi I isa
1 for the Jets to solve, because thev ., at 14 yards and tilt last round
,,,' 'piled to oroduce a 200 came oft at tho regular handicap distant.
li lebieh there wss a boontifol eron as assiontd -to compotitors
I ''' tn the ',nes this week:Nineteen to," thrqugh the handicap committoo-1
1 to exact. ,' I ,pf thip.l Amarican Trapshooting

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. 'rut CHAMPS ,Members et the Fort Kobbe Panthers, the' Aimed Forces Little' League baseball champions, beam proudly al
they display their team and individual tr ; hies. From left to right kneeling arc4 Larry Milan, Danny O'Brien, David,Stirling, Dick Suf.
liven, Jerry Banks and Dick Alers. Standlog from left te right are: Jake Jacobsen and Bud Winest, coaches, Jim Smolka, Carrot Grant.,
ham, Greg Thomas, John Street,'Dennis Connors,' Kenneth Meredith and Fut Sullivan and Jim Jenkins, coachr John Hanna, manager.
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lst Rocs 7th Series imp: it, irgs, Puts 0400.00 -, 2 Pool Closes 1:00
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Ith Race 4th Series' Imp. Iles.Purao $100.00 Peel Closes 4:11
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1Fenix 11.' Gustines 104 Will light it out 3-2
2Ornamental StarB. Bleza 105'Last doesn't count 4-1
3Fieltro 'H. Ruiz 106 Jockey himcheeps : 10-1
4,.-Narcotico R, Vasquez 113 --Improving steadily EVEN
SCervecero Cristian 114 tRuns well when rested 3-1
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1Teddy , B. Aguirre 101 -.Showed in last
2---Man. Pedriza HurleY112 .-Makes first start
1;-Porro ' ',11. Ruiz OS ;-lias shown nothing
4Mi Cautivs. t. Sanchez 112 Unknown quantity
5Pangal A. Alfaro 100x;-Overgrown plug
6Bodegon R.; Vasquez 115 ,Reportedly classy
I-45alabe" H. Gustines 11 Has good workOuts

9th Race Sor los Imp. 7 Pos:Porso S500.00 -,,' Pool 'Closes
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1tobo B. Baezt '115 Vastly improved
2Cartillero G. Medoya ilexNet against these
SThunderstreak V. Ortega 115 ;Poor recent races' ,
4Elko B. Aguirre 1,13 N(o hing recently 1
S.Cypress Bull R. Ruiz 105'Could be upsetter
6Eng. Wonder H. Gustines 108' Form indicates
7Mikel A. Alfaro intCould score again
ItPlateado r R. Cristian 115, ...Dropped in class ,
9(Venganza C. Quiros 1,03z,Must go lower ,
10(Serabueno z A. Valdivia 110 Has beaten better

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For the Jets to s'olveTi;oc.a-u-se-11.1e'vl at- l'it- ia-r-tis -inti-tireiasi..r-oun-ti llth Race "Special"' Imp. $ Pis Purse $650.00 Peel Closes ,...
11;10 to nroduce a 200 asme oft at the regular handicap distant. ., N ..
1--Achieved E. Dario 100 Natives are better 80-1
Irilleh there wss a honntifill crnn es assigntd -to competitors
tn the t,neS thts week:NteetAeo to "through the handicap committer .2--Goliat,......4,4,--A, Vergars.11i--Long overdoe...,;;a2
to exact. o(f .1,) American Trapshooting 3Voltage .k B.. Aguirre 108 Has good workouts 4-1
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e-vi 1 nttro,er-see Po. Kaplin 'Association. 4La General& B. Baeza 108 Jockey may help 3-1
60', Allen 502, Knoll 535, Almeda All Isthmian' scatter gunners 5Emily Mary G. Sanchez 108 Form mdicates EVEN
E:8. , I ars invited to attend this hoot. 6Gay Legend J. Avila 115 Showing improvement 10-1 t.
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Hermance' Yohroa

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Diminutive and highly spiriteai

righthand Jose L. Was

pitched, good ba 1 against the last
placed liermanos Yohros team
yesterday tO put the Bowen' Gar.
hge team within half game of-the
league-leading Dep. Baby Sales in
the Rainbow City-Softball, League.
This was Salas' second outing,
the. first behig a tie with Deporti Deportivo
vo Deportivo Sales.

' 'Tor three complete innings, Sa Sales
les Sales hurled perfect ball setting the
Yohros hitters down in. "1-2-3" un until
til until Fe lito Watson singled cleanly
through the middle for the 'first
hit,t' While ,this masterful bit q
pitching was being showcased, the
Powells gang was going to town
on Chester' Stewart of.Yohroa. The
second-placed garagemen amassed
a total of 13 hits which included
four extra bases (three doubles and
, one ,tomerun) ancrll singles,
, Manager Henry, Thomas hutch

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ed his heavy hitter$ at the top ofl
the lineup Ten of the 15 hits were
accounted for by the first four, hit-1
ters in the batting order. George
. Atherley had two, Verol Gil Wad
three, Start Arthur had four for
perfect day -and George Knowles
one. Oscar' (Bull) Baker with his
r three or three In the sixth hitting
position, accounted for three of
the remaining five hits. ,-
t ',Despite the lopsided store, the
contest lasted ordy one hour and
ten minutes.
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Afit rowells infield play played
ed played good ball behind Salas to keep
his hit production to a minimu,q
of four. After Watson singled in
the fourth. Sa las gave up one in
the sixth and two more in the sev seventh.
enth. seventh.

There will be no play tomorrow
(Good Friday) but league activi activitie
tie activitie will resume on Saturday at
2:30 p.m. when the two top teams
meet ih the year's first double
header. 1, '
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t. Interest' is' rising 'for,life
bill as it is reported that Lou HIlT
singer (1-0) and Fred Sapp (2-0)
will go against Leslie Drayton (1-0)
of one-hit fame and Irvin Hardin

Despite hustling Heliodoro' (Pa (Papito)
pito) (Papito) Gustines, sensational winning
streak, which included new rec record
ord record of 25 VietOrieg tor one month,
Braulio Baeza continues to hold a
comfortible,lead in the first sem semester
ester semester jockey -contest; Baeza leads
Gustines, 54 winners to 32.'
Ruben (Caliche) Vasquez n d
improved Fernando Alvarez are
tied in the third 'place with 24 vic victories
tories victories each,-,
Fifteen aspirants have entered
their names to participate in tho
May .4 "gentleman riders race
at- the President Remen race racetrack.
track. racetrack. The top event'of the year;
the $13,000 added President of
the Republic Classic, will be run
en that same date.
The "jockeys" thus far 'entered
for the gentleman riders' race,
are:. Enrique Joaquin Iran, Tomas
Alberto Douglas, Luis G. ,Suarez.
Marcos Hustines, ,Jose A. Valdes,
Jaime Morales,' Carlos Martinez,
Pedrd Carlos ,Ayala, Gaston Zerr',
Enrique Roger, Cesar A. Canto Sal.
lazar; Didacio Silveri' Jr., Jose A'.
Aryl(); Mario Jdedaglia and Ju.
lio Alonso.
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This columnist, who ceded off
over the last weekend after enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying an amazing streak during tne
month of March,, won the monthly
and trimestral selectors contest
sponsored by the President Remon
racetrack.management.
Ain the ,monthly contest. we scot'.
ed 362 pointa as compared to.324
for runnerup La. Fija and 321 for
third place El Pia., The Piro in inI
I inI American- selected 119 'winners In
268 races during the January
March three month period, to scOre
easily over La -Estrella de Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, La Bora and Mundo Crane
which tied for second pliice with
109 winners each.,
Twci prospective native stars
for 1960 were recently registered
at the President Remon r e etrack's
track's etrack's Stud Book office, They are
a Pair of brown colts by Alormina
out of Delhi and La Lobe. Delhi,
which died 11001i after her foal was
born, is, the dam of' Delco while
La Loba's offspring will be called
Alm.
The 2 horses ars being raised at
the, home of veteran ovmer and
trainer Gerald Silvers near tho
- President Remen racetrack. Del Delhi's
hi's Delhi's colt is beinv7fNiet-iwrsed"
',by Good Kitty -,,
A t;-
A total of 13 throughredi, two of
them nattves, will make their deb debut.
ut. debut. at the local racetrack over the
weekend. Six are scheduled start

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OOFBEATS

onrado Sorgeant

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ers on Saturday, the others on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Ionia's Pet, an Englisn
Lucky Sky, a Chilean colt, aut.('
Argeutine-bred Del Vent are ent,
ered for S,aturday's second race,
Luckl, Sky; ov neo by Gabriel Os-'
sa Vicua and trained by Salve Salvedor
dor Salvedor Jimenez, is the most impres impressive
sive impressive of the three.,
Argentine two-year-olds Manuela
Pedraza, Palave and Bodegon will
make their first start ivt the eighth
race for maidens. Palave and Bo Bodean
dean Bodean have both impressed during
workouta
Sober View, a promising Irish
colt, and reportedly expensive Am-
erican-bred filly Amah, will clash,
in Subday'a second race. Amah
has a high rating as a .sprinter in ,,
the U.S. and bat. worked well since
her arrival On the Isthmus. ,,
, The natives' are tho promising
two-year-old fillies Victoria and
Buscapleites. Victoria, owned by
tonstantirto Ford and trained by ,;
Alberto Garcia, has some sharp ,,
workouts and could score in her,
debut. Fuscapleitos is owned by
the Stud Buena Fe and tralped,
b4 Luis H. Farrugia. ,
1, Victoria is a bay daughter of
Keyhaven-La Chancera, Buscaplei-
tos a brown filly by Tamesis out of,
Mrs. Cristina. 4
Camoognard, a promising Chil Chilean
ean Chilean colt owned by the Stud Buena
Fe and trained by Farrugia,
make his first start in the seventh
race which also happens to be the
first qualifying race for the West
Indies Federation Classic.
Alermelinda, an Argentine filly,
and El Pobreton, an Argentine
attemnt to qualify for the West,
Indies Federation Classic, in the, l
tenth race which is exclusively for
two-year-olds. ,,,,

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Rey may help' ., 3-111 I a 10 16s a dos 11 ,,,, I ,
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owing improvement 10-1 1
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'- Despite hustling Heliodorra (Pa- ers on Saturday, the others on Sun- ,.
pito) Gustines; sensational winning day.. s- - -, :
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, ',.. -'',- ,...,',..;.,' ',:' !", .. '., ---.,-- 0 --,-- ,.: -:',.','-, : ;.,.! : ,,,,, ,-,,, .', ., ,,..,..-: ; : ., ,
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:: ,..',. ,, .: ,t, ..-:: ::.. ,,. : streak, which included. a new rec- Ionia's Pet,' in' Englisn filly.,-;
; ; I ,.."- . -, -, -4 --.;:: - : -:' ;,...'''''
. l ord of 25 victories tor one month, Lucky Sky, a Chilean colt, and-
't 'Alfonso Perez Jt. sends out his classy, Argen- .-, :,. s.:-. .,
. Bratilio Baezi continues to hold a Argentine-bred Del Vecino are ent,
::: :,:, :,,:,, :::::::-:
It tine mare Gramilla in quest of her third consecu- :.:,:::-:-, .,,..,. : .,,.. :, .,,,., .. ,, f : 1( -5 5.,::: : 5 :: : : :: :: :5::::,: : comfortible.,lead in the first Sem- ered for S,aturday's second race.
' ". ' 4 .." ' '::::'": s .- ' k,-,.4. '. -,-;.,,,,,,,. ''''$:::,:l. .',-.,-,,:,,,:
, :; ; : ,.; ::,,:::::,,i., :,.: :, : : V :, r',:::,,:-.::: 5. ,,:.::.::,,:,,:,::, :.., ester. jockey icontest; Baezi leads LuckY Sky; ov neo by Gabriel Os Os.
. Os. tiTe Tict.ory, Saturday afternoon in: the ,- featured ;:::',:::'::.!:-::::-;::'::: : : .: ,:,:- :1'''.' ,'',,: ).:::.:c::::::,;::::,,,. -,,,'''';i:'::: '' : ::
' Gustittes, 54 winners tci 32 :; sa Vicua and trained by Salva Salva,
, Salva, ::..:,,,,::::::,, ::::. Ruben (Caliche) Vasquez a n d dor Jimenez, is the 'most impres
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4.- thiliorted thoroughbreds ,at'the President- ,rtemon ,:':-,,:i'',',,:', :..: ,,, ..... ,,,, ,,..., ..... :, ... ., :,:,:: 0 ,,, : :,,.---,..,. ::.: ,:,, ,,,,.:4-::-:::::,,:., t:,,,,, :..,:-: I : tied in the. third 'place with 24 vic7 Argentine two-year-olds Manuela
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iemplete an ,: attractive:, Saturday ,
.-- .' tut cuAltiPs --,MeMbers et the Fort WObbi rantners, 4ne.Lrarmee tercet uttie League baseball champions, beam preudly AO ,. Alberto Douglas, Lula G..,,Suarez. two-year-eld fillies Victoria and ,,
Baeza., Fernando Alvarez, n 9 w
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. from Aho ,,starrimt, Gustinea ,,-,alld --:, .: :', ., ----7 ... ,, ,, 'liven, Jerry Banks and DickAlers. Standlog from, left 1 right ere: JaKe slarensen ana &Id Wines,' coaches,. iiM Smolke,, Carrel Grant., Jaime 'Morales,' Carlos Martinez, tanstantirta Ford and trained by i:: i
BaeriC, should enhance -the chanc-.: : ,, ham, Greg Thomas, John Street,Dennis connors,, Keinfth meredi th and rat Sullivan and Jim Jenkins eeaehr John Hanna', Manager. ,',' Pedra Carlos ,Ayila, Gaston. Zerr, Alberto Garcia, hie some sharp ,. i
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' Puerzeis Lel 9 .- ,P A i ,r, 3 .77 L... tr.. ... N rti. V ,, ilx,n tru. r, rri: pi Itkew ,,t r im, Lorr4 ...,e,.. ,,,r,,,..., ,..,t ,,, r .. .,. ,,.., ,,....u..va our wink ur;unret. i nel Interzst is rising tor, the twin- ,by Good Kitty, ,4'fino,'' ", .7 It '; ',","'4-114,.,- ,,, ,"1"'' F
. su 10,Furnitunt g .., ,,,,, Bud, Ealcer sparked Alai,' 'team -, i '1 ',''- t ',ot,-,. A .. -, :,, ,-7----,--- ,, .,..' second-placed garagemen amassed bill as it is reported that Lou Hit. .a ' --WO-- ''l ?';' l' .5 ri.,...'t I, 11."" ;--'
..,. ) ,,,, ,.,, m.. ,A.',, ; -n- 4, ,, with a 595 series and had abler's a total of 15 hits which included zinger (1-0) and Fred Sapp (2-9) LA total of 13 throughredi, two of se r -, 1114 '','
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4th "1 Race "Hs!'" Nativei 1 Plc Purse $375.00 '..' Peel Closes MO
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four extra bases (three doubles and will go against Leslie Drayton (1-0) them natives, will make their deb- '' ' ''.. 114 4.1: at :.,-::
Jamiso both of wh ' one tome n
' octrocuted sod practiesitY "mini' .. n, om outscored ...4 '' ,, ,, 1 , ,., ,, , t,, , ru ) men singles, of one-hit tame and Irvin Hardin ut at the local racetrack over the , , ', 4, a., ',---
Ine best, the Luckiea coultl, offer,
, lated the. European ,Furniture 1-Folletito ; -A. -Alfaro 102x -Distance 4 liking ,,-; .3-1 s Manager Henry, Thomas bunch- (0-0). ' : weekend. Six are scheduled start- 4. i .1,,
111 Storein their lowling ,match. The, aamely Dick Soyster with, his mg 2.7,-Guicamays A. ,Gonzales 100 ....-Not tood enough .., : 15-1 s, 1 - ', , , .. - ,.!, , ,--
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latter word, match,. is used guite,T In li,ucky Strike's
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fifth Place in 3--Filon ''' '' J. Jiirienee 105 ,---Should be close up ,, . 3-1 em.,., I
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SteiV 4-Cuca .- '' G.- Bedoya 103x -Complete failure,. ,... 450-1 ', . , ,, . ; , , : .. -, f' ', , , ; 0 : . (1.,
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om r ing o attain. Despite a lowly -solimpico .' ,N c Bovil 115 -,Could surprise , 4-1 ,; ,- ... ..- ., .., ., , ,0
, ,0,, runaway., t ,,, , : : 109 genie in their midst the Hom- gAvispa ,. r. Dario'103 Was neVer Anything ... 50-1 ,: ; , A ,
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t sr ,. , , e , as- took the second game by 'seven .1.- ; 1;
' --' ''' ' 1 - .. , , 14...lipi Jape ,-': A. Yeas 113 --,Shouldmake it now . EVEN, . , .) 1 .. I) .,
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' e last game adde 'mu o -1.,,,,,.... , . .. .,, 9-(Guarare '' C. uros 100x 100xKlumpp
Klumpp 100xKlumpp 398 Balcer 595 Jamison
10-(Tanganica '''' M. Hurley'106 -Same, as entrymato ,' 30-1 1 .,. ,, e.
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, ith Bok. 3oyer rolling three oss 43, Samamego 460, Best 526. Sth, Race 4th Series imp. 1 Fos.Poris ge00.ev es cies
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cefoutnhter,looctivabt ,this otodms mit Hint 4,-Mirtinci Ir. Alvarez 113 -Could be upsetter , 2-1
' Sills only rin"to'p'ea'n. th' a't o'fier;t1 Y Tv Y ovnittl 3-Affiliation Order A., Ycaza 110 '-Tust another lemon .. 104
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Deluca 510, Winquist,452 Plelch, venial Jack Voss. If you don't, like
van 567. , fish, you may have chicken, and ' ; ,
Europea--' Lane 482; Fernandez genial Jack Voss. If you don't like
- 47?k LAidner 450, Schmidt 519,J0- ed in coming must see or contact
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ti ,' Seymour 3 El Rancho 1 Iguana or tid bits of boa kt Jack
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1 r orget P- '',A.: Alfaro'10Ix -Ran well in last - -,' 5-1 ' I r-, r-1 .., ,
'64Ann Drake A; Yeaza 113 -Depends- en start - 2-'1 , , ,. ,, 1 i ) I I
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gation, The Rancho boys rolled not pi s '",,' o ,, '' 9-;.-The Gipsy" 11. Gustines 104 ,-Can beat these - 2-1 1 ..
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in side of,the Ranchos, because he her Piayers.' -.. ' '' - 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
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-1 Seymour were,on their,way to a G..,,..i, ti
.,---.., , 2-Ornamental Star.B. Bleza 105',.-Last doesn't count 4-1 ,, ' - SAILS. '' SAILS' '. ' "SAILS, DUE,-,--- 7, :.:,
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3-Fieltro ,, 'H. Ruiz ,100 -Jockey handicaps ,
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w Santa Juana ... .. ;6 : z Apr. 18
-Afil All others resulted whitewash (UP) The Milwaukee Braves ,1
jobs. yesterday sent down Puerto Sth' Race 'Spec.' 2-yt-ald Imp. F Purse $450.00 PHI Closas 4:40 1. ,
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art; sent to the league secretarY and three other players, ,t, I "' 4 Santa Havia. ' 12 Apr, 22 'A 25 3
series. eYmour, e n sec-, eluding t110,000 bonus catcher-.
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1Teddy B. Aguirre 101 --Showed in last s, : -6 pr. ay ...
end place, have the Pan Ant ,IoenteS
breathing down, their necks
1, Broil Taylor, to the- minors. ,
Pi7arte and firstbaseman
t away.' , 'outfielder Earl Hersh went to .,4--1111
Raneho-o-, Rogers 454, 'Minor 515,, Wichita, as -A,A American bPangal
Pedriza ur ey, a es in; s ar
M H 1 112 M k f t t t "-- g,10-1
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1 Cautiva. .G. Sanchez 112 --Unknown quantity 10-1
A Altar 100x -Overgrown plug
4.11 12.., ,Sa.nta Eliana. ;APIs: 30 3lay. 7 31aY '' 18
4 Charters 574,', Spinney 497, Kunkel,
1 Association, witli option to a 6Bodegon R.! Vasquez 115 r-- Reportedly classy 3-2
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card.. , t , . THE CRAMPS ---,Members el the Fort Robb, Panthers. the' Arined Fortea Uttle.League baseball champions, beam proudly as Alberto Douglas, Luis G. ,Suarez. ha-yoar-old Mlles Victoria and
, ,, ,, they display their team and Individual tr ,,", hies. From left lo right kneeling ave1 lweeY Milan, Danny O'Brien, David, Stirling, Dick Bid- Marcos Hustines,,Jose A. Valdes Buscaploitos. Victoria, owned bi ,,
------- 7 liven, Jerry Banks and Dick Alen. Standiwg from left te right are: Jake Jacobsen and Bud Wines,, coaches, Jim Smolka, Carrot Grant- Jaime Morales, Carlos Martinez? tonstantirto Ford end trained by i,
ham, Greg Thomas, John Street,'Dennis coanora,, Kenneth meroBth and rut sunivan and Jim Jenkins eaaehr John Hanna, Manager. Pedrd Carlos,Ayala, Gaston Zerr, Alberto Garcia, has some share ,
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2Nisdrey ,Tha Closes 's:00 "i '''' ' ; --.,-- 0 .-'-- ," over the last weekend after enier' tos a brown filly by Tamesis out of, i
i ,... ,, ing an amazing streak during tne Mrs. Cristins. 4 '
' ; L IN 0 SECOND PLACE ed Ida heavY ;littera at the top of month of March,, won the monthly Cammignard, a promising Chil-
3Julia -- w 1141 lie.11 ist RACE OF THE DOUBLE
4.1i01 JIMA ' 1-ittIts'e ,-, ) ,, , ' '' the lineup, Ten or the 15 hits were and trimestral ,, selectors contest tan colt owned by the Stud Buena
5lens?: rov::11,:n.:1 1....nny Brook 01. Gongora 106 Trickles slowly 15-1 Ili HERBERT MOISI accounted for by the first fou b I sponsored by the President Renton Fe and trained by Farrugin, "?.'1,!1
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' Toddy ,3--Dagon M. Hurley 113 Dangerous this, time 3-1 w p
taLao Ak. 4Coronation- Day G., Graell 113 !--' Droppe.d .in !lass' 51 Repot:pin) Baby Saki" 4 1

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tenth race which is exclusively for
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEwsrArrn
PAGE F.:1CDT
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TH:3 CPACE 13 FOR snr
F0 INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C743
1' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE1:2-0740

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PHILLIPS Oceanside' Cottaaas
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Pa'
' Pa' mama 3-1877 Cristobal 1-1673.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
, on lunch. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772., ,'
' FOR RENT Furnished' Clia;.
, tem bedtimes. Cameo
- ere street No. Tel., 3-
2795. '
FOR RIPT Nrot chalet, 3
badroonts, living-dining mem,.
, mold's room, porch and garage.
Corner Paseo Cinceentenarie
and 7tb Ave.. Coco del Mar
(Sao Francine). Tel. 3-3005.
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--An Air Force Bomare inter intereeptor
eeptor intereeptor missile of the type which
will be used at four' air, defense
bases now under construction in
northeast United States streaked
off its launching pad here today.
The 47-foot missile, trailing. a
long tail of flames, roared
straight up and then arched over
, foto horizontal flight as its t w o
ram-jet engines took over. ,
, The Air Force did ,n4 annoimce
the purpose of the test or is
, results Usually, the Bomarc is
aimeefor a"rear miss" on a B29
drone plane flying without pilot
- and crew., However, some Bom Bomarcs
arcs Bomarcs have been used to knock
drones out of the sky.
, The Bonzarc,' which now bas a
range of some 200 miles,' can
carry a, nuclear warhead' de de,
, de, signed to explode in the midst of
In nom,' bomber formation,
Newer versont under ti develop develop'
' develop' silent will have a range,ef more
than 400 miles.
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Bomare.,tiold ar.1,: 'being
trained atlEglin Air Force' Base
in northwest Florida as part of
the 4751st Mr Defense Missile
Wing to man the first Bomare
, baser scheduled to become oper oper,
, oper, ational by next year,

More And'Nfore US
Children Attend
Private"Schools
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WASHING'rON (UP)--The U.S.
Office of Education reported to to''
'' to'' day that more, and more of the
Batton's students ars attending
private Schools,
It laid the proportion of the
nation's slementary and, high
school pupils enrolled in thurch thurchrelated
related thurchrelated and non-sectarian private
schools has -, increased steadily
sine 1900.
' Thip teport showed that one in
pupils were enrolled in such
schools is tha 1899-1900 school
year "with one in seven in 1953-
St, hose year for the study,
.4E',.q.A:.:::NT1,(f,.
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VNITED STATES OP AMKRICA
:Canal Zone. ;
United States District Court Poi The
. Dhtrict of the Canal Zone,
, Balboa Division.:
the matter of the estate of Samuel'
, Lux. deceased. Notice to Creditors'
Probate, Bo. 9474. ". "-
LEGAL NOTICE
Public notice is hereby given that the,
Public Administrator of-the Canal Zone
10 the administrator of the estate, of
' Samuel L. Lux. deceased, and. that til,
persons having claims against the said
decedent are required to file them with
the necessary vouchers in the office of
the Clerk of tite United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone
st Aneon, Canal Zone. or to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers at
the office of the Public Administrator,
Room 207, Civil Affairs Building.' An Anson.
son. Anson. Canal Zone. Pot later than Jan Jan,,,parf
,,,parf Jan,,,parf 14. 1959..
Claims not 90 presented by said date
Mill be barred.
JAMES MARSHALL
,' Public Administrator, 1
: UNITED TATES 011', AINERICA
, Canal ZOng
t United State District Court For The
Dietrier of The Canal Zona
, Division Cristbal
Charles Malsbury, Plaintiff vs.
Emily C. Wialsbury, Defendant. Sum.
, mons Case No. 1108 Civil Docket 10 Ac Ac"
" Ac" tion for divorce.- e
To the above-named defendant; 1
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In ease of your failure to so appear
' and answer. ludgment will be taken se,
tranut you by default for relief deznand deznanded
ed deznanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie E.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Z0110,
tilts eighteenth day of March, Ism
, C. T. McCormick, Jr.,
ByteDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
're Emily C. Malsbury
Thi foregoing summons 'Is served up up,
, up, on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the,yonorable Guthrie F.
towe, Judge, United States 'District
'r Court for the Distriet of the Canal Zone,
Merril 17. 195k and entered and
Pe!, in t,tiR action in the office of the
't 4t eit slid United States District
,,,,t f ,r itle Division of Cristbal, on
, ,rn 17, 1958.
C. T. McCormick, Jr.,
CIPrk
Pi,,sDevid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk

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: LEGAL .1110TICE-.
: UNITED TATES OF, AINERICA
, Canal Zone
Untied State District Court For The
Diatrict of The Canal Zone
Division of Cristbal

Apartments

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ATTENTION. 0:11.1 'Just bat
modem furnished oplithoutk
2 bedrooms. hot. cold
- Phone Panama 34941:,
FOR RENT ,--- Nigh 'in El Can-
-.grolo a bed mow apartment .4
with dMing-livMg room, maid's :'
toomo large kitchen, 1, excellent
view. All screened, water heat-
et play ground and garage. Call ',-,
FOR RENT Furnished Apts. ,,
ens and two IR, $65.00' and
.110.00;- yard. Phone
3-2530:Ave, Josd do Fahrega
16. '1
FOR RENT Cool. modem and
attractivo Ofta bedroom, apart..
mint on 2nd floor of ', now
-"Portofine 611
Street. El Canorejo. Hot water.
laundry faellitin. 'swats; aft.,
Tel. 34634. '
FOR RENT ,- Unfurnished and
modern Aspadmont. 4 1 1th 'St.
Partin' Lefevre and Via EtanAl
Tel. 3-2655.
FOR' RENT Vacation guar.
tem from April ,15th to July
15th, luxuriously furnished a,.
partment, La Cresta:i sea view,
, oxcellent general ma1d.- Only so.
tious people with references
need apply. Box 4365,', Panama.;
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Perelman's Son
Arrested For Two
Attempted Ropes if
NEW YORK (UP) Adkm
Perelman, son of humorist S. .1.
Perelman, was arrested today on
charges of 'attempted rape of two
women and robbery of one.
Perelman, 21, was picked tip inl
his Greenwich Village apartment'
early this morning by' detectives1
who were waiting for his return.
He is accused of attacking Cora
Weiss, 30, social- worker out outher
her outher apartment Monday, night.
He also is accused of an at attempted
tempted attempted criminal attack on a
WOMan writer, Lucy, Goldthwaite,
50, in her apartment hallway last
Thuesday.--Pelice-,said when the
attackseasunsuccestfut he
snatched Goldthwaitets
purse.0 ,''
Young Perelman was sentenced
to 7a school for wayward boys
several years ago for a robbery
attempt at knife point of a woman
in a Greenwich Village apartment
hallway'At that time he was re reported
ported reported to have tried to force the
woman' to kiss him.'
Mother Domg Well
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After 20th 'Child
Miss, (UP)--Mrs. Rubel
Burleson, a farmer's wife, and
her 20th- child were reported to-1
day doing well at, the Sup, clinic
here.
Mother, father-and t 19e It 19
other children had a hospital re reunion
union reunion here to permitlicture-taking.
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The nevt Burleson addition was
born Monday inight. All 20 chil children
dren children were single births.
The newcomer, named Tommy,
weighed in at nine pounds, six
ounces.
Eighteen 'other children live at
home, and tre other two live
within 15 miles of their -sharecropper
father's home.
,The Burlesons have been
tied 25 years and have lived 'here
since 1930, :
"II love one just as much aa the
other," ,, the 41-y e a void Mrs.
Burleson said., ), ,
Her 52-year-old husband said he
has trouble with the names ,at
timts., But he said -the' ,children
help him out.
,13urleson dependli'on'Arming to
support hit big family;
The Burleston children range in,
ages to 24,.years., 1
Ns On
,Relected As Low
WASHINGTON (UP)--The Gen General
eral General Services Administration to today
day today rejected as too low all bids
received by ;111e government for
sale of Ellis Wand in New York'
,
harbor. I
Franklin Floete, GSA adminis-I
trator said the government will!
keep 'trying, to sell the island,
famous as the American starting
point for thousands of immigrants.
Floete said none of the 21 bids
received was commensurate with
the appraised fait' market value
of the property.
'rhe highest bid was $201,000 of offered
fered offered by the Sol Atlas Realty Co,
New York City. ,
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Aniericon Society
,
Annual Meeting
Set' Foe Monday'
1. Members of' the', Amertian
Seciety of the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama have been asked to attend
Ithe annual meeting to be' held
at the Panama Golf Club on
Mndartir713-.717
Officers will'be elected to the
board of directors during, thte
meeting,
A buffet supper, erfreshments
and entertainment will be pro providd
vidd providd gratis, Members are asked
to bring prospective new members.

1 LEANT YOUR AD 'MD ONE Or OUR Amen OR OUR orryers A? 1341 vr sTirrr, PANAMA. LuntrftivrESCIADOI Street- No. IS AGA:XMAS
INTERNAL. DB rUBLICACIONES..-No. S Latter, rhino CASA SALDOCentrot Avo. 43 LOURDES PHARMACY-132 La Cormoullit FAJIMACIS WM WM.
. WM. BARDONo. N 'Ir Street MOSAILSON-4th el July Avo.e& 2 SL LAW'S SERVICEAT& Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA hirlADOS UNIDOSIN Central Ave
rARMACIA LUX-164 Control Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANG16.4 ro. de i Osso Am No. II FOTD ISOMY...1nlio Arosemono Ave and 33 St PARMACIA
VAN-DER-SID49 Street Ns. a PAEMACI EL EATESROTerePe LASIMO 711,1aSeet 0 FAIMACIA "11.111".,-Vio Pones III A NOVEDADES ATMS Awl&
1"' the Bello Slots Thootre. COWNS Centnd Amine 12065 Tel. 4311 ' ' ' ''
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-Autmobiles
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FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet
Oak Air, V-8, 4 door hardtop, 2
-- tone, power glide. radio,- new newWhite
White newWhite wall tires, perloct condi condi,
, condi, tion; $1800.00 Tel. Balboa,'
2884, evenings. -'
FOR SA1.11 -- 1951 Chevrolet
6 standari station wagon,9 pass,1
recent engine' overhaul, IS per
gallon, no oil, no Antericap, du du-
- du- ty paid.,Call 3-4968 during of-F.'
tics hours...,
FOR SALE 1952 Ford ,Cus-
tomline V-8 Tudor sedan, low
mileage, recently painted and
upholstered. Call Balboa 1580,
1FOR SALE )956 English
Ford Zephyr Convertible
'emetic top) Blue.. Balboa
FOR SALE 1957 Bolsi', ehev.,
4-door, two tone paint, first:.
class condition 11900. Tel. 83,
- 5134, house 1136A Curundu.'
FOR SALE '0-- 1951 :Cadillac
Coupe. Rac hydramatic, good'
condition. Gamboa 6-358.
FOR SALE 1955 Dodge 4-
door sedan, 3 new tiros,. only
'19,000 miles, perfect condition...
Call .1818 or i.1 819 Cristobal,
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, FOR ,S LE 194 Chevrolet
&Tudor sedan, good mechanical
condition, good gas mileage.'
6180. Quarters 2536-A Cocoll
Phone (Navy) SOIL'
vo, ,, wor
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(Across Banc. Ngelonal)
PANAMA COLON
1 .. TRANSISTOIC- ,'
'ELECTROIslIC:
.. FLASHGUN' :
tempeeature' of the sun
, milk $32.501.,
n errta Lona e tr)
we
t,
155 Central' Ave.
Nall order phone 2-2318
' LIFE INSURANCE
A 4 call'
- RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
- Tel. Panama 2-0552
'. Service 'Personnel, ;
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car et Borrow on your
: present ear through 1
,Agency
DICk DElltINGER
representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
NO. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
' Panama City.
- -, Phone 3-4984-3-411SS
, EXCURSION
April 11 to 19, 1959
Fidanque Travel Service,
Tel. 2-1661
MOM
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
5 odna. from the hurt et
,
Son Jos, Costa Rica
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Completely modern conveniences In
Suttee and Bungalows, all with
private bath. illot and cold water.
Price: $8 and $8 daily,
, with meals.
Cosmopolitan bitches
Horse riding A
.Por reservations P. O.
,,, Box 4459
Manager: Bill and glenor Jaspers
TELEVISION OWNERS
"DRY' SEASON,,SPECIALP
Present this coupon (filled
out) to our technician And
pay half price on home ser service
vice service calls.,This offer limited
tn,ona, tall per customer, Get
your set checked and adjust adjusted
ed adjusted before the ;rainy ,season
rush. This offer fspires May
15th, 1958. -,
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FOR SALF Bedroom set, eke.
'tic stove, house 19, 7th St.
'Golf Heights, Gerhardt,
day 0:00 to 5:00. 1
FOR SALE Upright plane,
, wicker sot, green. 7 pieces. H01-4
lywood double bed and inner-
spring wiattross, sefrigerater
West., washing machine G.L
, misc. household items. TeL
Balboa 1243. 1,
: FOE SALE--.Wrought iron din-
'Mg room sots, complete, rookie.
et! from $195.00 ty $150.00.,
1, Rattan living room sots, from
$150.00. Mahogany living room
sets, $911.00. Complete clouble
beds, $44.00. Mahogany dining
,,-''' room sets, $69.00. Modern vanq''
ity dresser. $65.00. Chest of
drawers, $19.00. Basket khakis ".
$12.00. Easy payments. Club.
de. Oro" .Stamo
HX, 'Store (Household h.;
change), N'acional Avenue No.-
41. Phono-B-4911 er 3.73411.'
FOR SALE: ...Cheap duo to
, trip, two wardrobes, bed sofa,'
, two mahogany beds, comploto
pieces, carved bedroom set, new
Kenmore stovo burners,
oven).- Vktoria ,Phone
3-6i09.,
X 1011'
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At West Palm Beach,' Fla.
Detroit (A) 000 000 001
1 21
City (A) 000 040 00x 4 5 0
Hoeft, Shaw (7) and Thompson.
Urban,', Gormaq (9) and Criti.
Winner Urban. Loper Hoeft.
At Bradenton Fla.
101 000 000 2 9 1
Milw. (N) : 211 00111x 7 14 0
Friend,' Peres (4), Face (7),
Thorpe (8),anci Peterson. Conley,
Kaiser 6) Ind' Rice. WinnerCon
ley. LoserFriend
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At St.' Fatsrsburg, Fla. ''', '11,
Boston. (A) 000 200 001-S55, 4 1
St.' Louis (N)' 000 030 01x-t. 4 9 2
Sisler, Fornieles (8) and White.
L. McDaniel, Matte 1(8) 'and' Lan LanWinner
Winner LanWinner 00 L. McDaniel.
Loser '-r; Sider. Hit--Malsnm
At4 Choi meter, IF la.
Cincinnati (N) 000 300 501-,. 9 12 2
Phila. (N) 000 000 020-- 2 2
Jeffcoat, Pena (7), Freeman
(9) anC, Dotterel', Bailey (7).
Simmons, Lipetri (8) and Ion Ionnett.
nett. Ionnett. Winner Jeffcoat. Loser
Simmons. HESBilko (2),. Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Lynth.
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' At Orland Fla.-
(10 Innings)
Ang. (N) 000 103 110 0-6 12 1
Wash. (A) 200 001 012 1-7 10 3
Erskine, Podree (6), Negray
(9) and Pignatano. Ramos, Kor Korcheck
check Korcheck (7), Hyde (9) and Berber Berberet.
et. Berberet. 'WinnerHyde. Loser Ns Nsgray.
gray. Nsgray. HRValo
At Tampa, Fla.
New York (A)004 30k 600-13 14 1
Chicago, (A) 600 102 110-11 14 1
Maglie, Turley (3), Cicotte (2)
Duren (9) and Howard. Donovan,
Keegan (4), Staley (8),, Rudolph
(9) and Lollar. Winner Turley.
Loser Keegan., MRSJackson,
Skowron,' 2.
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At Scottsdale, Ariz. ,-
San Fran. (N)030 001 000 4 3 0
Baltimore (A) 000 000 100 1 9 2
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Chicago (N) ,240 001 000 7 6 3
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CLOSED CIRCUIT RECORD ET
' NEW --YORK (UP) --, Tele Teleprompter
prompter Teleprompter Corp. told Sugar Ray
Robinson and Carmen Bast lio to today
day today that a record 364,876 persons
watched their middleweight title
figrt last week on closed circuit
theater, television, The previous
record was 350,000 for the 1955
heavyweight title bout between
Rocky Mart Jana and Archie
CHARLES DOWN 27 POUNDS
CINCINNATI,. Ohio (UP) '.- az azzard
zard azzard Charles, the, former heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion, was down to
203 pounds today as he trained
Ifor a proposed comeback.Charles,
now 36, said he weighed 230
when he started training in mid midJanuary.
January. midJanuary. t I
,BUSSO REPLACES KERWIN -','
i .-,BOSTON-4UP),....Lightweights
!Johnny Busso of New York and
Marry Boardman of Marlboro,
;Conn. wilt meet in a nationally nationallytelevised
televised nationallytelevised 10-round lightweight bout
at 'the Mechanics Building April
ill. Busso replaces Gale Kerwin
I of Valley Stream, N.Y.,. who with withdrew
drew withdrew because of anemia.
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or, Blond, 5 weeks old. Call
brook 86-4121. ",
FOR SALE Airplane Aerenca
ampion, axcellent condition,
' Ion than 300 hours, now 115
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FOR SALE Beautiful upright
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piano, best of condition, heat-
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" WASHINGTON (UP)Joseph L.
Rauh,- attorney for, the United.
Auto Workers used ',web' terms
as "nasty," "sneaky?, and "hitand-run
artist" to describe three
Republican membersof the' Sen Senate
ate Senate Rackets..Committee Tuesda1
night.
Raub, former- chairman of
Americans for Democratic Action,
said the threeSens. Barry, Gold Goldwater
water Goldwater (Ariz.); Carl T. Curia'
(Neb.) and Karl E. Mundt (S.D.)
were anti-labor "dwarfs from
the last century.,"
Rauh made his attack on the
committee in a speech to 'the
,Washington chapter oft he ADA.
Mundt, he said, is a "cry baby"
who is ,4'sneaky't, and Goldwater
is -"a hit-and-run .artist.1!
, He did not4include the' fourth
GOP member, 'Sen. Inttng M.
Ives (N.Y.), in 'his attack?'
Ives, vice chairman of thn com committee,
mittee, committee, ,told reporters today -that
the stormy six-week, investigation
or the Kohler' and Perfect Circle
Co. strikes.were not, in his, opin opinion,
ion, opinion, worth the time and trouble.
"I 'haven't learne4 anything as
a result of these' hearings," Ives
said He, expressed the hopt that
the committee ;. will hereafter ,re ,re'brain
'brain ,re'brain from "rehashing'''. old
strikes. ;
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1Doren Anodels the-,outtit
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'Ico-stars with Clark GabIC Ma-
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qui' portrays a night-club strip strip''''.Per
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ule. schedule. Any changes in the schedule
will be anno.unced over Panorama
each night at 6:45 clock.
Radio
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, April N.Y. Yankees vo. Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phi Hies at 1:03 p.m. ,
April t: Philadelphia phillies vS.
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April 9: Philadelphia Phillies va.
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April 10: Cincinnati Redlegs vs.
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mond Richmond Virginians at 1:30 p.m.'
April 12: N.Y. Yankees vs. Phi Philadelphia
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NEWTON, Mass.- (11P)--Boston I
College today named Bob Nowas Nowaskey
key Nowaskey as an assistant football,
coach, Nowaskey rad been end!
coach for the Chicago Cardinals!
since 1954. 1,
WASHINGTON (UP)--President
Eisenhower asked C on gre s s
yesterday for an extra $1,435,-
747,000 for more, missiles H Hbombers,
bombers, Hbombers, Polaris firing atomic
submarines, and stepped-up space
research program4
In addition, the White House
said. some of the' money would go
for, "other high priority defense
program" in the new iisul year
beginning July 1. It did not elab elaborate.
orate. elaborate. on the projects.
The. new. outlays would push
defense spending next year above
the: 40-, billion dollar mark and
almost ,certainly, wipe out tile
slender ,', 500million-dollar budget,
surplus predicted
dent last January.,
But some congressnien Said the
request' did not go far noogh
particular y the ) missile submit submitrine
rine submitrine program.
Largest4tingle item in the new
request, was ,$518,400,000, for ,Air
Force planes and missiles.; It
would raise ,the total estimited
budget for these weapons to
$6,407,200,000.
The Defense Departineehotaid
400 to 450 million -dollart ,the
extra money would be used, to
buy 39 Inore B52 hydrogen bomb bombers
ers bombers and 26 jet tanker planes for
a 12th Heavy Bomber' Wing of
the Strategic Mr Commaod, the
nation'a main retaliatory, force.
,The President's soriginal budget
NEW, ORLEANS (UP)Extradi (UP)Extradition
tion (UP)Extradition proceedings will be .brought
against four New York financiers
indicted 'ruesday for stealing- al almost
most almost two million dollars worth, of
government bonds belonging to a
corporation, in order to buy CO"
trol of the corporntion.
Asst. Dist. Atty. James C.I
Garrison Said extradition proceed proceedings
ings proceedings will be brought to bring the
four men to New Orleans to stand
trial on the indictments. ,
Garrison said the four, gained
control of tho Williams McWil McWilliams
liams McWilliams Industries, Inc., of New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, l'in order to convert the
company's heavy liquid assets
(the bonds) to a personal prefit.l'
The men indicted in the Orleans
Parish criminal district court
were, identified as Sinclair Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, R. W. Phillips, Wilfored C.
Allen and Rex V. Lentz, all of
New York. e
Robinson was further identified
as a member of the five' f. man
group which tried last September
to purchase the Brooklyn Dodgers
BILL HENRY
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio MEI--
Reds a small college basketball
player who has gained national
recognition and acclaim.
He is' sought by, National SU SUketban
ketban SUketban Association teams ,to play
professionally. ,
He is Jim Smith, 64 center on
Steubenville." small college
tional championship team.
Smith led the Barons ,to a 24-1
record last season and gained the
attention of numerous NBA scouts
who would like to sign hint for
their club.-,
Sought by Knicki
',.kccording to ,one college offi official,
cial, official, the New York Knickerbock Knickerbockers
ers Knickerbockers will draft Smith in tre first
round of the annual player selec selecSmith
Smith selecSmith ,said the, Harlem Globe Globetrotters
trotters Globetrotters offered him $2,000 to
make-the- annual tour -with-- the
College' All-Stars. However, he
said he decided to, complete his
education. 1
Hank 'Warns, Smith's coach,
has no fears about ris big star
becoming even a bigger star in
the pro ranks.

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DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
Matchad Sansonite luggage, 4
pieces $50.00. Balboa 2-2884;
1lotorcycles
,
FOR SALE --, Motorcycle; BSA,
SOO CC Twin, model A7, year
1952. Call Panama B-5783,,
, Real Estate
.
, FOR SALE Two bedroom con con,
, con, crate .chalet, outside garage
, with concrete drive. All fine fineed
ed fineed in, has very good 'drain..
age system, located'at club Xon,
loft side of highway., Thn black 4
top road in to Pueblo, turn op
hill, first street with houses.
Tern left, 5th house' on left.
Price $9,600.
contained no new funds for B52
procurement, leading to some
chargel that he was neglecting
the nation's only e fective deter deterrent
rent deterrent weapon. The Air Force now
has 602 1352's operation or on
The extra iunds alio would be
used to finance two more atom.
power submarines capable of fir firing
ing firing the 1,500-mile intermediate intermediaterange
range intermediaterange Polaris missile. The Navy
had wanted six new Polaris sub submarines
marines submarines in addition to, the t,hree
previously authorized.
The cutback in ,the Navy re request
quest request was criticized promptly by
Sen. ,,' Henry M. Jackson (D (DWash.),
Wash.), (DWash.), it member' of the Senate
Armed Services Committee, as a
"halfhearted effor0 to develop
the Polaris weapod.,
Other officials ,said ,the Presi President's
dent's President's request was about 300 mil million
lion million dollars less than they had
discussed. Beside ,the Polaris
cut, they said,- reductins Were
made in ,requests for construc construction
tion construction money and for B52. Jed jet
lanker procurement. '
, Evew so, they said thi request
for-extra funds wotild' raise tot al
defense requests for the 1959 440-
cal,-year to $40,737,300,000. They
said actual defense spending
would, run about 940,279,000,000,
compared with', the President's
January' estimate of $39,800,000,-
07. ,3;
Ind keep the club in, New York.
Garrison, said, ."It is possible
the matter may also come under
federal jurisdiction." He, said he
bad informed federal, authorities
of the alleged theft.
,,The indictment accused the four
men of obtaining 0,900,000 worth
of negotiable United States bonds
fraudulently to gain control of the
corporation, a marine construc construction
tion construction and engineering fitm.
Garrison said the company had
kept the negotiable bonds in the
National Bank 'of COMMerCe in
New Orleans.
4,11obinson knew of these bonds,
he aaid, end borrowed $1,700,000
from a Miami, Fla., bank to pur purchase
chase purchase a controlling portion of the
company's stock.
The prosecutor said the nf e n
timed the events closely and de demended
mended demended the ,bonds after they had
'controllink interest( in, the com company.,
pany., company., He skald they r used the
bonds then to pay the .bliami
bank. Harrison said the bonds
used as security for the loan.
"Jim is one of the greatest
dutch performers that I have
ever seen," Kuzma said. N've
seen the best individuals since
since 19f7 play in New York,. fbil fbiladelphia
adelphia fbiladelphia and Kansas City, and
Jim could hold his own in that
fast company."
Smith earned his iiiognition the
hard way at a small school with
an enrollment slightly over 500.
'Pe college, which is just across
the Ohio River from Weirton,

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ti c... We A, SDHelpNaGr tTmOeNn t ( III il.80Thi eo aieu s.- :4
yesterday that it was investi-11
gating, alleged price-fixing .bys
West Coast automobile dealers. It
predicted the inquiry would
spread to other areas of the
country. ,i '
Assistant Atty. Gen. Victor R. ,,
hansebn said -he expected a, flood 7
of price-fixing charges from var-
Woe regions as the result a )
grand jury -investigation now un.
derway ,in dui, Washington, D.C..
area, , '''' .' t, ,, ,, ,
!!Our-experience has been that
wliet we statt an investigaton in
one .,,area, complaints of, similar'
violations come in from a num.
ber of directions," Hansen saide
While) the' W,ashington grand
',my .was the 'only formal inquiry
underway, the official said the de.
panment had been looking into
the problem on the West Coast
for some time; particularly in the
Oakland-San Francisco Bay area.
Hansen heads the department's 4''
anti-trust division. 1 ., &
The Washington inquhy involves 4
charges that dealertv have been
padding manufacturers' list prices14
1
on new cars by adding a so-called N
"Price pack.",,,,, .,,
When' a buyer conies along.
Hansen said, the' dealers indicate
they sre mgoing to give si big cut"
when in reality, they merely are
lowering', the price toward the
level it should have been all the :
time. ' ', , t.'z'sz
. Hansen Said Ai dealer can' N
charge any price he wants. But a K
, violation of the anti-trust laws is
larivaoinvesdreiaf ,aagrneeumtobesrellofatdaeacleerre. r
tain price.,
. Dealers in ,the Washington area 1'
have denied any such agreements'
exist here. The auto manufactur.
ers also, have denied they engage
in any price-fixing st the whole.
The: Washington inquiry will
look into the activities of 'three .s..
major organizations. They are theNv,
Ford Dealers Advertising Fund I
Inc., the ; Greater '', Washingto;
Chevrolet Dealers Assn. Coopera. 4;,
tive,',Inc., anti Chrysler Dealers
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Ilir4 Va., doesn't have a fieldhouse
or gym, of 'its own. The teant
works out Wherever it can on
high school., floors in, the area.
One of the gyms used to practice
in ast season, as so poorly,.
lighted the team had to use a'
white ball.
, , 514 Points v
'But none of this affected Smith. A
He poured 514 points through the w
hoop ,in 25 game and' pulled in
589 rebounds, almost half of the
team's total rebounds for the sea- 4,
' ,
Smith blamei 'himself for the
one defeat the Wm suffered at
the opening of the season. lie, said
"You know this is a .Catholie
school, and just before the game
we lost, I ate meat. It was on
Friday and we lost that night 'in
Motmt St. Marys."
Smith said his biggest thrill was
gaining, the small college cham championship
pionship championship in the firit small school
ratings by the United Press.

TO TRY COMEBACK
.INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP)
Pat flaherty, who won the 195$
Indianapolis 500 Mile auto race,
will try a comeback in this year's(
Memorial Day renewal. Flaherti )
was badly injured in a 100-mile
1 race shortly after his Indianapo
Ills victory two years ago.

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: ,.HAVANA, Apiii 3 (UP)--The Cuban cabinet met in emergency session most of the'night and draftid a series of stiff decrieito avert
::1 rebel-threatened general strike fumed at overthrowing ,the' governm ent , -,

: Waist) moved to end, a run Cuban banks and prevent a fin ancial crisis.

The cabinet. sission,. frorrChidnight, uptir after 4 axn., came' a s the Dominicanilepublic,rushe five planeloads of armi anq
-tion to Cuba,to help in what government Sources called.,' its greatest -hour of, , ,.
Dominican strongman Rafael Trujillo acted on an,"emergency. request",from ?resident Fulgencio Batista as ),ebel troops
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rA a stranglehold on Oriente province and called for new "ambushes". o f pro-government persbns 'In, threatened towns. (

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Batista' and Joaqu'in Saenz; presklent Of ,the Cuban National B ank;1 issueiC:a. joint :statement asurring' tuban':there

rt0 di unfounOed .rumors" the government is plannirig ,tO'n- coinniandeer ba Pk' ideposits:':, 1
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4The weapons -'' from 'Trujillo ', .....7!:m.:,..;,,,,v-ri.,rr-rr.:,,,,,!t. ,:;,,,t,n,,,r,,,',,,;,,'..,,,.;.. ' '''''
' itparently were. sought' as it re- .. 1" ::", 1:.:.,g.:::'..r.',.,:..,::.',:.I':i.T!'.ti.'.'-'.'s.:pg::':V.M,.::!;:.:::,:',.':::::-.CM.;,:::,-.4;.i':.,.',;;.:-.:.
.. ,placement for a shipment of ..,.. ,-;:A,;,:'.'.'.7'.$::'':.V..,,Z:.:.',.::.:.,';:..:'..:::i'..':,1:.:',.s.:i,:','."...:,;''''':'.i.::',;.,::"."
,,'.. some 2000 Garand rifles tordtr- ,-,' ,;,:,gi:::...,:,.',:,.".'4,".7i::::;;V::T:::I 'V'.',..':;.,'W,:::..I-&',,-,',',,':r.7.777-'!-4
': ed from the United States' but ',- ,,,:;,',j:,,,..:,;..:,.:.:. -:,-..:,,:.:.i:-.:,:.::.-ii.....,.....,,,,...::z.,:,:..:,,.-:,:,i.:.,.,,.,,,,,,.....::,,,:
- "' blocked in New York by a sud- '' '1,,,':,..0:'.::"':,:::'' ,-,, ;-,.-:..:,.:'::::':::.!.!, 7.----'---;:::,"
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':.- den ,, State ,'-' Department ,. ruling ',, .. tj.':,::.:4'.':,'.'i;.'.1!"" ,.. !..,i .. .,.. .,,,
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. ,e. "2,;,The DOMilliCan arms arrived ,,, :,:4r ..,..
. 'es Cuban rebels tightened their ',,, -......, :. :..',.:, 4: .s.':.::'J''. '.::4:';';
. stranglehold on turbulent Orien-
' te- Province, disrupting,' trans- ",
portation and ,l commimications !'. '':' .17i.:.,.,.:;,::::,M,',:;,:;-';':..
: and ,cuting off', food. supplies to '' f:,',.:..a.ail:A:,K.
. some cities. ,-,., '- ,,..-r, ., ;' e ::i::':::11:".:':.N.,:,,',..::.:, -, ,. ...i
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sinte 'I'uesday night br further :',..,:;:;...::',,.-.-tr4::.:ai::',,;::::!':::'1::?::',..,0:.::;':.-:
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Santiago,' C u b a's second
largest city, was renorted to be
tvirtitally cut off" by land.
However, ,there was still lim lim4ted
4ted lim4ted air service to the Oriente
'capital from Havana. Tele Tele.
. Tele. granh and telephone commu-
lineation still wag in opera operation,
tion, operation, although subject to pro pro'
' pro' longed delays.
;Informed Ouarters said the
government placed the arms' or order
der order with the DOMillicaria over
, the weekend. It was promptly
'filled.
" rife C-1s were commandeered
'from three Cubsn eislines to
eIrrv the,shipnvirt frm C'udad
Trutillo.
"The last of the planes brought
th the final load of weapons
yesterday morning. All the air aircroft
croft aircroft flew directly to 'the kir
strin at army beadauarteret at

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In o small town everyone knows
what everyone else is doing, but
they read the paper to see who
got coUght ot it. Nue

REBEL, ARMS SEIZED TN CUBA Police Chief Brig: Gem:,
Pi lar Garcia holds a rifle with a telescopic sight In Havana,
Cuba, after rebel anis valued at over $100,000 were seized in,'
a raid. The- cache ot smuggled arms was the largest' single
shipment confiscated since President Batista took power Ins
1952. At left is Col. Francisco ,Perez, heacr of the radio
, , motorized police.

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Camp Columbia outside Havana.
these sources said..
- The new weapons were ex expected
pected expected tu be,,,used to equip
7000 new army recruits. Their.
enrollment brought ,the gov government's
ernment's government's armed ,, forces
strength to' more than' amoo
, 'Unconfirmed reports hare last
night said the United States had
halted a second shipment of ri rifles
fles rifles for Cuba plus some tanks.,
Sen. BAmaldo Mansferrer,
frequent 'spokesman for Bastis Bastista's
ta's Bastista's government, warned that
"the country has never, been so
threatened with a state of dis disinteigration,
inteigration, disinteigration, as the present
minute."
Mansferrer, indica t e d the
wide sweeping new powers
granted, the regime under, the
newly-invoked. "state of emer

and ruthlessly against the in insurgents.
surgents. insurgents. 1 ,

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- The new weapons were ,ex- 1- '"
America, Oriente,: the
pected to',. be, used to equip
island's' easternmost sector,.
1000 new army recruits. Their
were .'worried ,' about being.
enrollment brought the goy;
caught in the Middle when the
,ernment's -,a rmed ,- forces
2000 rebels Castro Claims he,
strength to'' more than' amoo
, men. : has Under armswere given the.
; go-ahead for their promised
UnconfirMed reports hare last "blood bath" campaign a a!light
!light a!light said the United States had gainst Batista),
halted a second shipment of ri- At least.45 Americia families,
ties for Cuba plus some tanks., at the U.' S.: government-ownSen.
' PAmaldo Mansferrer, a ed nickelT, plant at Sieltro
frequent 'spokesman for Bastis- Oriente's northern' coast were
ta's government, warned that reported toi have:asked the Unit Unit"the
"the Unit"the country has never. been so ed. States Navy to send warships
threatened with a state of dis- there as a protective measure. ; I
integration, as the present The ,U.S. Navy base at- Cluan Cluanminute.
minute. Cluanminute. : tanamo on the. -southern ,coast
Mansferret indica t e d the was under tight security mea meawide
wide meawide sweeping new powers sures with leaves of all person persongranted
granted persongranted the regime under. the nel cancelled.;,-.4
newly-irivoked. "state of met- -The giant Ameridanowned',
gency", would b applied swiftly Freeport sulphur and'. nickel
,

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r,
mining. Project at Moe' MO
, the e a ttled province's'
northens coast was reported-1
facing imminent shutdown
after "strong" rebel fore4'
-estlinated at 100 "called on"
the plant Tuesday.' Workers:
- have been steadily drifting
wai from their jObs since them,
The plant and 'other facilities
are 'now sin the .process of, Con-',
structiori, -
4:-The :rebels entered -the'', town
oi Moo Itself and killed one sol-,
dier there,'. e :
Meanwhile' the' Cuban-oinied
Compatila Cuban& de': Aviacin
suspended all flights over the
eastern half of the island after.
one of its' planes as fired on
While landingat Baracoa on the
extretue' weStern tip of Oriente.
' Only tWo buses entered or left
normally bustling Santiago Mon Mont
t Mont day,' according' to reports from
there. Normally a fleet of some
70 buses linksthe 'city with other
centers in the prbvince itnd Ha Havana.
vana. Havana. ,- ';'

Train service between Cama Camaguey
guey Camaguey and Santiago has also
ceased and one so-called "pub "public
lic "public car" left the Oriente capital
today with only two instead :,of
the normal 60-100 passengers.
Army machinegunners ec ec'eupied
'eupied ec'eupied theiroottops of alt the
Main buildings in Santiago
-and, heavy pollee 'patrols
guarded the streetse
' A Texas Oil Co. gu truck was
burned by rebels Tuesday about
four miles ohtside Santiago with
a loss of 4000 gallons-of fuel.
,,'re thtinorth, a bridge linking
the towns of Canto and Cristo
near the city of Holguin Was te

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Jovial Smile
011,Budapest Vist

BUDAPEST (UP)--Nikita Ihru Ihrualighev,
alighev, Ihrualighev, flashing a jovial smile,
airived in Budapest yesterday
on his first tip abroad since he
became Kremlin leade r. 'He
promptly warned ', that Russia's
close ties with Hungary "can nev never
er never be destroyed." t,
,,,'The Soviet premter was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by new Soviet. First Depu Deputy
ty Deputy Premier Frig Kozlov, who Was
making hit ,international debut.
Kozlov was 'promoted in the wEtke
of the Moscow re-shuffle that
saw Ithrishchev take over, the
premiership from his former trav traveling
eling traveling mate, Nikolai, A. Bulganin.
Thousands of troops and pore()
formed a security cordon as the
Soviet gelegation flew in irom
Moscow aboard it' TU104 jet air airliner.
liner. airliner. More than thous ail d
cheering' 'CommunistS greete d
Khrushchev from a vantage POilli
behind a ,barrier of militia stand standing
ing standing three deep at the airport. t
(Authoritativet sources m Vienna
reported that the extensive secu security
rity security precautions were supervised
by Soviet Secret Police Chief Gen.
Ivan Serov, who flew, Jo Budapest
Tuesda.) ,
Khruslichev appeared to be in a
splendid mood as he emerged
from Ahti plane, he JImiled and
gave a jaunty Wave to, the as assembleg
sembleg assembleg crowd.
"The West has tried in' Vain 10
disturb peacefig relations between
Hungary and the Soviet Union.,"
Khrushchev declared -in an au'-
port speech.
"However, the close 'ties be between
tween between our two countries 'can nev never
er never be destroyed. We do not have
to 'fear the enemy if we continue
our duty." r
Hungarian- Commtutist PartY,
Leader Janos Kadar, in a wel,
coming speech said that "Hunga
ry will 'never forget the Soviet
troops liberated our country."

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Lorge;Aregs5old;
1:6 BO Off Limit
litiSoviet'Union

ToONDON (UP)---The Soviet Un Union
ion Union has placed large areas of
tentral and southern Russia off
limitat the British Foreign Office
reported yesterday, Diplomatic
sources immediately' speculated
the Ruisians might be holding.ex holding.extensive
tensive holding.extensive air and military exercisea
in the area., - ,
A -For.eign Office spokesman
said the Ukraine, Crimea 1, and
Caucasus 'were barred to foreign foreigners
ers foreigners tmtil April 8 and central Asia
until April 144 He gave tio'reason
for the action..
The diplomatie Sources said,
however,. a similar ban was im imposed
posed imposed about thia time last year
and that indicatins were the So Soviets
viets Soviets might be holding air and
military maneuvera in the region.

am- muni muni:ightened
:ightened muni:ightened lo truth

ported destroyed today by 'a reb rebej
ej rebej bomb.,
The prices' of fbodstuff were
' soaring Jn Santiago ',because
'of its isolation. No food trucks,
from outside entered Ike city
Tuesday., ,
-, A force of some 25Vrebels at attacked
tacked attacked the state telegraph of,
ice at ,Cauto and tarried off its
equipment,;: -, 4
Telegraph : service', friorn the
town' of Victoria de Las Tunas
throligb all of :western Oriente
were broken today. :
Telephone connections ,with
the' province from Havana. were
frequently interrnpted.', :

17140-..',..1).!,.!$10,0'
P'!"O'..0:4TO.,T,,i';'0'
Al;I:TO'',,Ai,"')';',.si

A letter of commendation to em-1
ployes of the Marine Di' Vision and
espeoiallythe personnel of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal tug Taboga,- which
went to the assistance of the cruise
ship 'AroOasSun month, has
been received by the Marine Di Director
rector Director from Boyd Brothers, agents
for the Arosa Sun in Panama,
,the letter, Robert 'J. Boyd,
manager of the-, agency, e o m mmended
mended mmended the 'persemel of the la labon
bon labon which, he saitd, reached the
disabled ship much sooner than
tobal "after most' efficient hand handin
in handin tow arrived safely back in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 'after most efficient, and and.
. and. "We deeily apprec at; the close
cooperaon and ,assistance of the
Marine Division, inN this matter,"
lire 'letter concluded.
The Tabogv was called to the
Issistanc of the Mosa Sun after
the vessel was disabled by an ex explosion
plosion explosion and fire at, sea.
The Moss Sun is now underg underghrg
hrg underghrg engine repairs at the Industrial
Division dock In Cristobal. ,,,

' rot cutting dewn a mahagony
tree in the Canal Zone, an un unemployed
employed unemployed Colombian today Iliti
found guilty in Be lboi M a g s strate's
trate's strate's Court of petit larceny, ,
' The 33-yeatold Colombian' de detendant,,
tendant,, detendant,, Bernardino Moreno plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to the charge which in involved
volved involved bis cutting down a 100-ft.
tree on Madden, Road. The tree
was wortik
The arresting police officer testi testified
fied testified that.he found' another 'mail
in an' area' which was set up like
a,camp.,with a (Mlle ,bag, some
utensils and others items., The
man told the' policeman that he
could take him td Moreno in Pa-'
name. Ile said. Moreno had hired
him l eldp after the trees,. w a s
';',
,; Detectives, 'with the, help of ,the
witness,,were able to locate the de defendant
fendant defendant and bring him into court;
Today he told the Judge that,
lie bad looked for work all Over
panama. but couldn't iind any.
He said he has only been in Pa Panama
nama Panama three, months didn't, know
which section is the Canal Zone.
41I guarantee I won't do it-, a again,','
gain,',' again,',' he' told the Judge'. 4
To which Magistrate ,Jolui, E.
Deming replied: ;
gilarantee won't be. so le lemen
men lemen next time," 4,, ".
'Moreno was sentenced ,to spend
40 days in jail.,
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,
.DEADLY mIx'rtiRE --'A group of Cuban ,rebels make Molotov cocktails at the stronghold et t
Fidel Castro near western Oriente, cuba, on the eve of a foray against the,towq of Mama-
mill sometime last week.. 4 '

1,

British' Steward
Collapses Dies
Abo'ciid Ship 'Here'
A Britisli 'room steward oh the
Reina del Pacifico died in his cab cabin
in cabin yesterday afternoon after the
ship tied up .st Pier 6 in Cristo.'
bal., 4 ''
Police report that' Edward D.
Williams,,, 50,, collapsed in b s
cabin and died fivo minutes aftet
he had, been talking with the
ship's stewardess,, Mrs. Catherine
WinialTIS
3 She said at the trme nothhig ap appeared
peared appeared to be wrong with him, He
told her to come to his cabin to
see some articles he had purchas purchased
ed purchased in Colon', , ","
When she opened the cabin
door, he was on the floor uncoil uncoilscious,
scious, uncoilscious, and was pronouned dead
by the, $144 Antor. severiL Min Minutes
utes Minutes later. ,
- Police said art 'autopsy was 'or 'ordered.
dered. 'ordered. Williams' wife, Mrs.' Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Williams of Liverpool, Eng England,
land, England, has been notified, ,,,

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EDITOR'S NOTE: U n It ad
Press ,, oorrespondent ) tharles
Schimmel, Monied to Havana
,after II days in the 'Cuban rev.
olutionary stronghold in, the Sh
Cerro Maestro Mountains oreast.
ern Cuba's Oriente Province.'
, Eight of those days. he' spont
with rale! loader Fidel Castro.'
The rest of the time NI, moved
about and saw how, the-diffor,,
ont units in Castro's army ()pop,
It. The )following is another
' exclusivo, Story on his lengthy,
stay ht the rebel camp.

' : By CHARLES SCHUMAN
'HAVANA (UP),Pidel Castro is
the boss of the Cuban rebel army
which he says numbers about 2,-
000 men, But sometime& Castro Is
overruled by woman.
Her name is Celia Sanchez And,
Oh is. one ,01 his alder."
During the 'past 17 days ,1 have
been living with Castro and his
army. One day the 31-year-old,
bearded rebel chief was marching
one of the five columns into which
his army divided intooliii is issembly
sembly issembly area :ini'preparition
an attack On an' army post at
Manzanillo a port city in south southwestern
western southwestern Oriente Province.'
, The rebels had a two- or- three threeday
day threeday march ahead of them. Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's column 'camped one day in
a small town in the Sierra Maes Maestra
tra Maestra Mountains. Its was scheduled
to move out at 2 p.m, in order
to reach its' destination at night nightfall.
fall. nightfall. 4

- Waits For Dinner
Promptly at 2 pank Castro stood
up and said, "Okay, let's go
But Miss Sanchez objected.
"You can't leave now," she said.
"Dinner' it cooking."
So, the column waited for diii diiitieri
tieri diiitieri It d id not depart until', 4
p.m. Night:all found it miles short
of its 'destination and the men
were forced to spend ono ther
night on the trail. :
The money which keeps the 'reb 'rebel
el 'rebel troops in operation comes from
funds collected 'by the civilian
arm of Castro's ''26th of r July"
movement. He said about S25,000
is collected every month. Most cf
it is used to buy food and clothing
for bis army.'
Castro's ,brotber.,, Raul,' heads
one of the five rebel columns,, A
third IS commanded by the Gue GueVara,
Vara, GueVara, a fourth by Juan Almeida,
and the fifth by Crescencio, Pe Perez.
rez. Perez.
Each 'one of these eolumns is
sighed its 'own sector of the Si Sierra
erra Sierra .Maestra Mountains and op

'WICHITA FALLS, Texas, April
(UP) ,, Twin tornadoes
"'bouncing up and down like
yo-yos in slow mOtion,, rammed
through ,Wichita Valls and a
nearby village late yesterday,
killing one man and ',Injuring
,
a dozen.
"We're I the luckiest people
ever," maid. Steve Marchand, Di Director
rector Director -,bf Civil Defense here.
T h e two, tornadoes rumbled
along the Wichita River, tak taking
ing taking 15 minutes to traverse their
course tand missed the down downtown
town downtown section, packed at the rush
hour, by three blocks.
", Marchand said only the tail
Of one of the tornadoes touched
the ground,' which might have
accounted f0r the "comparative "comparative'
' "comparative' ylight" destructiOn and in injury
jury injury In the town of 100,000.
Wylie Taylor, 50, a,ranoher at
Dean Dale, a tinf village 12
miles east of Wichi a Falls was
dead. Taylor, was apparently
, sitting in the living room of his
home when it crumpled on top
of hint Almest every building
in Dean Dale was destroyed or
damaged. Some disappeared.
T h e twister that touched
ground destroyed about 50 homes
and buildings in ,Wichita Falls
and damaged another 250, A. N.
Anderson of the Department of
Public Safety said, and left an another
other another 300 without power.

s Spare

once

Ricie7--; uinner.
1
erates almost independently of the w
others. Communications, are 're- fa
layed by rtmner and it cin take w
at least two days for Messages to m
get irom one ,column' to another., e(

,.. : ,.. Even Red Tape '',,
.
-' Therefore, when A companY
or a tolumn goes into action, .it
has to adhere to a pre-arranged
plan. There can be no changes,
except in the fate of a complete completely
ly completely unexpected action by the en.
emyCuba's military forces,
mainly. the army..... ,t '
.
Individually, the rbels give the
impression of competence and re resourcefulness.
sourcefulness. resourcefulness. But sometimes it
seems there is red tape 'even in
the.rebel rankAo ..;:' .., .,- ,,. ;
, ' .-
'One dot,' in preparation for an
attack,, Castro sent a- request to
another collitim for (50,000 tOunds
of ammunition. The aMmunition
was sent hut, ,never' VMS, deliv delivered.
ered. delivered. Castro was forced ,te attack
without it .' - ,.. '...
14vba0 the assault on IFInsanillo

11111S121111112r Ca
Agains1 Sojdier
Ends in Dismissa

The involuntary manslaughter
case against a rt. Kobbe soldier
in whose car another soldier was
killed early this week, was dis dismissed,
missed, dismissed, today in Cristbal ,Magis ,Magistrate's
trate's ,Magistrate's Court on a 'motion made
by the District Attorney.

Sgt. Orford Tweedell was
On Monday afternoon when he
crashed into a wooden brig ht
fence: :" "-
The railing went thiough the
windshield of the car and strack
Sp2 Donald J. Bell in the chest,
causing fad' injuries; Bell, father
of six had been on the Isthmus
one day :when the accident occur-,
'red. ,
t
- Tweedell, who was charged with
'involuntary manslaughter receiv-
ed only minor bruises in the act act,.
,. act,. dent. ;I 4
He was released in the custody
of the military, and today th e
case against hith wag dismissed.
, Bell and her children were
slated to leave, by commercial
plane this morning Or Joliet, DU DU,
, DU, nois, where her husband will be
!buried.. He ,was 29 years old.'
' :
TWeedell And Bell were 'both
attached t the 518th Engineerss

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was being readied, plans called
for a main highway to be mined
with a 100 4 pound bomb. Govern-
ment armored cars -were, expect. :,
ed to pass over it 2 ,,,
' But when the rebels 'were ono ',' I
day's march out of their moun.
tain headquarters it was sudden; t't
ly discovered that the bomb had i
been left behind. A mule had to ''
be sent back hurriedly to get, it.1 I
One 4, of Castro's, officers, war I,
'asked about these mishaps, I
"Well," he replied; "it's till' ,
we' get fouled up a little :some.
times.- But Batista's -armr,41- i
totaled up ,even mores; ,, ,
ii
, ,i,,,.,', Started .With 12 fa
' tastrd's army hai grown t,n iiii
presentsize from, only-1,2 meno
all that were left let, the 80 ,whe
landed in tho invasion of Decem December,
ber, December, 1956, In .16 months it ', hal
gained control,ever a large pato
tion, ot Oriente Provinee. It hat
also Avon the, sympathy end, sup4,'
port, many of the, peasants lo
this, anountaipout region. ','", '
:The reiiel' leadors says he is' t
,trying to 'help the people, give the -'
things .they don't have.az schools ;
hospitals, food, even wimpy... i
have leen one ,of, the schools he
has set'. up, and I two temporary
hospitals. I have also seen '., the 6
poor, mountain:I, people come to
him for helvSometimes he gives 41
then a tow he has rustled from
the lamas of government army 4
officers. Sometimes he will dole
out $10 or' $15., : ,I
lie aind his officers also some
times act as arbitrators in local
disputes between, peasant,
larmerso,' -

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TA n
66, -- 1 PIO --
' 12:50, 3:25,7'6:10, 9:00'p.m.
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' , THE ONE sToRY OF LOVE ,AND r)
WAR' THAT ,OCCUPIES A PLACE ,., I
,', OF HONOR ALL, ITS WEL..., ," t I
ji I '1 .,. . Ay ,, ..

ev.
"- CHARLES ViDnot
-wast,...r 1
, 2tte,
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This weather' teport for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is 4
prepared 1)y tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Pananui Canal Company:
Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
High. 98 98
Low ,4q,.9 10
HUMIDITY:
11igh 118 83 '4
Low 49 78
(max. mph) N-18 'NE-24
RAIN (inches) 0 0
wATEli TEMP:
(inner harbors) 79 84

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High
3:32 am., 9
8:54 10

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: ,. HAVANA, April 3 (UP)--The Cuban cabinet met in emergency session most of the'night and drafted a series of stiff decreei.to avert i, ,
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: italso moved to end, a run,oli'Cuban banks and prevent a fin ancial crisis. ,, -, ,, , s , s ( t 5 ,,,..,.....11
i 111 The cabinet, sission, from inidnight,,until after 4 a.m., came ,a s, the Dominicanilepublic,,rushed five planeloads of arms and ammuni-
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' Dominican str'ongman Rafael Trujillo' ac'ted on an'. glimergenOy" request' from President Fulgencio Batista as 17ebel troops' tightened
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rA a stranglehold on Oriente province and called for new ilarnbuthes's o f pro-government persbns 'in, threatened ,towns., , . i ', t
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- '"' Batista and Joaqu'in. Saenz, ptestdent of ,the Cuban National B ank,', issued,a- joint ,statement asurring,i Cuban. there,' Is no truth
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4The weapons from 'Tra,i' illo 7 ...... ,.7"77,.,,,,,,r,..,,,,,,,.,,r,,,,,,,,...,, mining 'Project at Mos Bay onl ported destroyed,today by A reb- 1 t ,
the e us. h a teed province's el bomb. ,,, t , ,,,,,,,--,44,41 4,44,44.444..........-44.,,,,,,,,,....,..",' ,,...4..,...4.,,,,A,.....,,,, ........."......:,.. , i
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- , , geeing imminent shutdown soaring Jn Santiagw,beeaus ADIS' mix'rtIRE A group of Cuban ,rebels make Molotov cocktails at the stronghold of t
1 'some 2000 Garand rifles 'order
ed from the United States but ,. -- -, , atter a, 44strong rebel force 'at its isolation. No food truckS Fidel Castro near Western Oriente, Cuba, on the eve of a. foray against the,,towq of Mama-
. blocked in NeW York by a 80d- r ' ,',',. '',, '-' '''"-- estimated st 150 -- "called on" from outsido entsred Abe city 131110 sometime bast week.. , ,,, , - ., , ,. , ,,
denState Department ruling ist A'"',, ,, f ,- the plant Tuesday. Workers Tuesday. .- - '-- ,, s , , ' : ' i' - ,' :
, tc.'' ,I 1 ,,. k. "- hew& holl ittpadilv ariftint K., A force of some 250 "rebels at- ; ' -, 1" Itt'. ' ., -, ,. ; -,.

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ol, plans called
ay to be mined
bomb. Govern-
rs -were, exPeet
it
rebels 'were one
of their moon.

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arpla TA I :: 1. 1 at Cantn and pnrriad-nft Its! 1 1 ; ,' 1 : ' -:' '

u Cuban rebels tightened their : ..:" !.,The plant and other facilities Llue aL ,uaubo, anti ptr,r1u OIL 101 K.
- Telegraph : servide.,: the ,'
! stranglehold on turbulent Orien- sstrure
te Province, disrupting' trans trans;
; trans; tortation and communications !. 4:-The,'rebels entered AheTtwn tOwn' of Victoria de. rats Tunas a'''' , :
--s thrmierh ,est Tittbeforss ttrinvigi 11 :1 1 A: ;: 1 -' :

' iid cuting off' food supplies to
1 1 .r.:: ,E -,::,i,:-.. er MOIL itseu RIM K1 IleCt oue au. p.. w.
i4.'::'::::',.,,: .1 '"' dier theret , ''';', '' -,t,, .. ,..., ..f
AA filk AA lad Dy
' were oroken today. :' --,
.
,yvoman Alae-; uinner is ,. Lc
.
some cities. , - , Telephone connections.. ,svith : -,-,, , c - ,. --. , -1., ..l
:,;.':,'"',:!::i;i,-;,,' -7,
4,1nformed quarters said "se- ,:- "- Meanwhile' 'the Cuban-oidied
the' province from Havana were EDITOit'S NOTit'Unitd eratos almnst fndonondently ht thawa &And "and
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vere LUVUL liCLA Au
the' Mayart and Moa sectors of
northeastern Oriente.:,, It was WusoePn-Eia a-117-iirgh-t; frecluentlY, Interru ted
, : not clear whether the' reports eastern half of the island after -,'
arine
leNtlfaVvisel four Army-rebel one of its planes as fired on I 1
, While landing4t Baraeoa on the 1

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since Tuesday !light or ,rurtnerl.,, 1 a I vnly twct uuma icaLior..kuo or xpt mtra yr , I.. omi uay 4 WILL 11101,111
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- making hit International", debut. tree in
",, ,' ' '' ''' ''' ' 'ziaA .- -' - --,,,,,.-,..;" Kalov waspromoted in the wake employed' Colombian
A- of the 'Moscow re-shuffle that found guilty in Balb
it .1' ''' -ggikVolftbraC:)E21 E7C)tra3 .- ,.1 , say Ithrishchev take over,' the trate's Court of petii
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131'W '' ' '', , '" ' '' premiership from his former trey- The 33-year,,old Cs
it I ' . ' i Ong mate Nikolat A. Bulganin. fendant,,Bernarclino
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i LAST DAY, :'; .- 15IG-RELEALSE- ,
, , Thousands of troops and pollife ed guilty to the cha
' ' s formed a security. cordon as the volved his cutting d
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' Sovi t delegation ., flew m Irom tree on Madden Ito;
,' ' - ,, oss..., ..a,,, A, ,, .., ; Moscow aboard a' TU104. jet air- was' worth, 25. ,'", .1 )
12:55 ,,,, 2:16 5:06 7:56 p.m. .' ',.''', ' '- ... '''''' i '.''' ' --od 1: .. .'' liner. More than t lin u s a.n d The arresting polio
1 ,- 0.75 0.40 ,),. ',, 4,;.;,,,,;,,,,,.....,,--,-",,r,11,17I11.410...,. ,40,41
t '' 1, cheerhig' Communista g r e e t e d fied that. ,h6 found' s
' l'--w,'"'", .k.,,,. ; ,. ... Flat 1 i Khrushchev from a vantage pOillt in an area which ws
1 ''' .. '4''' ''''' ' 1' If(''T ' ''' '". behind a larrier of militia stand- a, camp.,with a did
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; ing three deep at the airport., s utensils and others
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' ,l',. ', ',' l; ', k '..,'.- -',.. ; I '.(Autloritativet sources m,Vienna man told the' policer
' .. ,...,', ,,',s ', -,',','":f , reported that the extensive secu- could take him tci 1
, I, tD, ' ''.',' -t rity precautions were supervised name. Ile saidMore
' Ike. , ...., by Soviet Secret Police Chief Gen. him t ehlp after th,
1 ' ' ' '' tu.hin;thi ; , Ivan Serov, who flew to Budapest cut down...-, ".
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: l'oesda.) , ,. ,' , ,, ,, Detectives,with tl
' '' .., , s '', Ithrushchev appeared to be 'in a witness,were 'able to
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' ' ' '' ',e,',.,- ' ' splendid mood as he emerged fendant and ,bring hi
. i,,,, !--..x.-i......-..--....---,' : from Ahti plane,' he ,smiled and Toda he ,told the
!;.-'llarry Secombe b L - i gave a jaunty wave to, the, as- be bad looked for v
?Pf wa
' - 'I, u'aeko ; sembled crowd. , s I'anama,. but couldn1
- i "The West las tried in' vain :to He.said h has onl
, :' Colors! ''''' i., -1 ', ,,, disturb peacefig relations between nama three, months
' 1 s t -714. g Hungary and the Soviet' Union," which section is the
. , r'f,, f .''')''' ' )':' N, -,i--"- -:1--.-": :77 li Khrushchev declared --in: an alr ,. ,--"I fuarentee I w,
' ," '' ' ', '-'' e ' ho. t ' 1 ,, port speech.., , : ',,, gain,', he told the J
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- tween our two countries tan nev- Demingreplied: '
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Ment next time." 4.
. ... .... ,,s, : our duty." r ' '- 'Moreno was Bente
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,, ungarian 1 Commtutist Part' 30 days in jail., -,
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t'' ,,, DI evriers, I Leader Janos Kadar, in a wel, ti .,.. ,,.
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l),: Large Areas Said ,.' Ab Sh
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a: 77.-714' ' To' Be Off Limits -- -''''-'- -;:
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, ,- '. , ' n. ovl 1 in yesterd'ay afterm
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.., 4 ' ; ., ,, ,, ,, (,, ship tied up ,at Pie
"-- ---, fa ,., T,AONDON (UP)LIThe Soviet Un- bal., -,' ,,, ,,;' ,,, .,
fl 1 ; axe ,r, tea has placed large areas of Police report tha'
.' t A 40 eentral and southern Russia off Williams,t 50,." colia
f ncry Calhoun ,"?, ,obm' ,, ., ,..... limits, the British Forelgn Office eabin and died fivo
! Vi a c ,, I ,..4:,.,,.,, reported yesterday, Diplomatic he l!acts. been talk
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, sources immediately speculated ship s stewardess
' t r -1. Francis 04 , the Ruisians might be holdingex- Williams.
,, .(;) ( '', ' .. '. '' ,,' tensive air and military eXercises ., She said at the tf
CfEr' '. Ca e ba ed
, -; ,,jits . ghel therre the best kibd i ) in the area., '-- - -,-- ,' peared to be wrong
, A
, I , I Ur I, '. q a ,. 1 I J , , A 'Foreign 'Office spokesman told her to come te
, ,., . .,, , , said the Ukraine,' Crimea t and see some articles hi
'-' li- ' .' ucasus Wer rr .tnioreign- ed ,in Colon'. ,',
A-01(01(0-kelkOlf-0 zr k
4. a013 eMDT ers until April 8 and central Asia When she openec
' : .,' until Apri1144 Ile gave no'reason door, he waa on fil
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, ' ' ',01 JESSIE ROYCE LANDI MTh TALBOT 48WAM REDFIELD' ,,, -',',. for the action. ", ,, -, scious,, and was pi
, ,, ,, , .. , , .,,,,,,,.., . ,,,,, ,,,,, Tbediplomatic Sources : said, by the shin's Aoc,to
,i'; )11t011(04f04(0 1f) SIVE DUNNE tomtit's smous-emewsmostAtitattowstwenA8 Loos however, a similar ban was im- utes liter. , ,,
m mo Roo minim. , , , . ,; ,,,, ,, ,. ,, ., , .,,. Posed about this time last year Police' said 'an 'as
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, .. invited Guest Star JOHN WAYNE ' viets might be holding air and garet Williams of I
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,imufloso ihittill TWeedell and Bell were b o t b 3:32 am., .: 9:52 a.m. I
attached tn the 518th Engineers 3:54 .m ' 10'11 p.m.
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- WICHITA FALLS, Texas, April , , 1
.,3.--,, (UP) -,,, Twin tornadoes .' 12:50, 3:25,1:10, 9:00 p.m.
"'bouticing up and down like )'''-- THE oNE HT0--H.Ax 0- If' T.,,,,v.vE ,AND rs. ,,
yo-yos In slow mOtion,, ranmted ,' '
through ,Wichita Falls and a ,- WAR' THAT -OCCUPIES A PLACE ,.- , ,'
nearby village late yesterday, :
killing one man and ',Injuring ,! ' '-'7: ', '. I .-, ., ; 1
a dozen. i'' ' ,' : ,'' ''' -, I 4
"We're' the luckiest people -, ; ' ' n
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ever," said. Steve Marchand, Di- ' : ' ', ' ,',' .. .',,A0valr,
rector -;of Civil Defense here. ', '': ,' -,',,, ' l it'S-kti --- I ',I'
T h e two tornadoes rumbled n : ' iv.- 1144.
along the Wichita River, tak- ' '' t; 1,,-1roskit' -1 '''
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ing 15 minutes t,o traverse their ..,,..v,-
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course tand missed the down- : ','
town section, packed at the rush ; '' 'e v'-' .10 4:
.: ,, OF HONOR ALL, ITS OWN! ,...,
, 7 ...mc- nog
hour, by three blocks. ' '..
", Marchand said only the tail ''': '' -";;- ) :
Of one of the tornadoes touched 1--,.. 1 4
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the ground,' which might have 1 N )
accounted f0r the "compara,tive- ''
' 1 ylight" destructiOn and in- '
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, jury In the town of 100,000.
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Wylie Taylor, 50, a,ranoher at 1 I
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Dean Dale, a 'tinf village 12
miles east of Wichi a Falls was , ', ', .1
, dead. Taylor, was apparently 7 ',
; sitting in the living room of his ,
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home when it crumpled on top ,' f ''. ' ), -0, I i
of hint, AlmOst every building ,. -,----- ,,,- ,..,' 1 I
.,-,,c.00.- 000 ,-
in Dean Pale was destroyed or ---- isitAll',,,,A,001.1
damaged. Some disappeared. .-. C.P1 ."0,04 f
T h e twister that touched ,-,,--- k ',, ,,efor412-- ,
ground destroyed about 50 homes ----- satem e. li w.' . (1"'""" I 1
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and buildings in ,Wichita Falls ""'''-'7' CHARLE$ ViDnilt ks e,x,.,,, ,.....,...,,,
mitodox r SIN ALGA
and damaged another 250, A. N. ri A ,..1 . -) L 1
Anderson of the Department of ' st,,,fm t.. LA
, Public Safety said, and left an- '
other 300 without power.
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