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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P, SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1q58

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Neither Connell, nor : any
Membei of' the Ministry', could
be reached, 7ever, the "weekend
lor comment., ,
The Diablo Camera': Club,-
composed of 'employes from the
,1Canal Zone, 'has made about 65
trips Without, incident to
Centraf,. and South t American '1
,,countries during the, past lye,
years. '
, A mem. bet said, today'Ahat
the group had already boarded
- the COPA rlane am., yes yesterday
terday yesterday .wher the egroulltling er,!-der
'came tuough., Pilot Con Conwe.
we. Conwe. altc in. :the 'plane
teady for tne take-offA',
AnothefSouree"-teported,
the Ittp was !Awned beo'
cause it was charged Ihlt the.
!roue did not plan It in (ono
pinetion With 'the., ea141,1112
',Toutitt Bum
It IS understoodJhat COP4

- WASHINGTON, April 5 11T)--
Kosdwr, Stomp, commander
In chief of U., S. forces in the Pa Pacific,'
cific,' Pacific,' has told Congress 'there 'are
growthg' indications Ca' petentisl
)break-up inside Communist China.
Meanwhile, he laid, the admis admis'
' admis' sion of Yted China to' the United
Nationsr' or 11. S.. recognition of
the ,P.eiping regime, would have
' suche'a disastrous political and mi militafty,,effect
litafty,,effect militafty,,effect in Asia that some 13,-
090,400 free Chinese living' outside
,he mainland,'would simply- throw
iup the sponge and just turn red."
' Stump testified,recently in clos
ed door hearings of the HOUSE
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. TOKYO, April 5 (UP)--; Japan'
has, called- on the United 'States'
Ind 'Great Britain to take the
tiative in bringing .about complet)
suspension 'of nuclear weapons
te4ting, an announcement of the
Japanese Foreign Office desclos--
, CO-today.
The Foreign Office ','innouncod
' that japan delivered notes Friday
.to the U. S., British. and. Soviet
- Embassies in Tokyo, repeating
, this country's request for ,auspen ,auspen,'
,' ,auspen,' sion of nuclear testing.'
The French appeals temmcd
Nfrom the Soviet Union's March 31.
,statement that it had unilaterally
decided,ito, suspend nuclear testp

.. Japan's call on the .U.S. and Bri Bri.
. Bri. taia to,take the initiative in ban ban.
. ban. ,,,,I314, nuclear testing was contain-.
'. ed in the following passage in its
' potes to the, two governments:
1 'Although' it is not clear where wherein
in wherein lies the true intent of the reso reso-
- reso- intim recently adopted by the Su Su,.
,. Su,. prreme Soviet for unilateral sus suspension
pension suspension of' nuclear testing, it is
aleemed regrettable from the view view:
: view: point of the solidarity of the free
world that the democratic calm calm.
. calm. tries. who hold the respect of hu hu,
, hu, man We as the most essential te te-
- te- ret, would not be able to take ini ini,
, ini, tiative on the solution of the pres present'
ent' present' problem..." '
, In view of thiS, the notes said
. the Japanese government 'was re re.,
., re., pealing its earnest' request that
" the United State and Britain
would suspend nuclear testing.
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Tlikrty-threi ',members" Cf" the", Diablo -,Carnera' Club
,
were preenied frorrr leaving Cri three4ay jaunt to San
i.,,Salvador-Whert'the COPA plineerl,Yi)liqh,,lhey,yere-ato
,the ;trip' was,,foripidder:i 'to Ioeurrien Airport
4
1,yesterday morning.; ',;
.i:'''''','knlernbitr:of the club'said toitay that 110' isplanition
:; for the,. incisient Was given ethSr::that! that ,,propers pa,
';prirs'7440,-prirr,nit the, eff.Ceuict2not be, foncl.
A 'spokesman:. for COE'Vriaidltdday,,that. the pl'ane
Wai'groirniled When: or,ders :came":from the Government
cOnCerping the pi.lot;lohn Connell:
. ,

Possible Bre'clkUpt R
Seen By Chief Of US,Pc al

I flew:down a petial iplani, from
Miamt tor the camera: enthu enthusiasts.,
siasts., enthusiasts., 0.
.,,$ It, was e! that
' Preston Itinton, :tour lirector
to .!"' the"..Club went personally
to': theAccat Civil,r Aeronautics
Board late :,Thursday,, afternoon
get permsislon for' the-trip.
tle .recefved offielar .'confir .'confirmation'
mation' .'confirmation' that all' papers were in'
order,. meMber reported to to,

day,,
It is unilerstood that; Minton
is, initiating a letter of protest
concerning the. incident which
has inconv,enienced club Mem Members:
bers: Members: Besides, paying, tor. a bus,
to trarisport Ahem to the Air Airport
port Airport yesterday, they, cold they
had already completed all ho hotel
tel hotel reservations. in San Salvador--
for the three-day stay

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censored, version of his remarks
was made public by the. commit committee
tee committee today.
'' Asked about this information
concerning the internal situation
within China, Stump said;
,
' 'There are a great any- peo
pie, including the Chinese Nation Nationalists,
alists, Nationalists, who think there could well
be a change in ,Communist, China.,
,"'rhere is a great 'deal of oppo oppokilled
killed oppokilled 18,(100,000, people there and
sition ,to the .regime. They, have
they couldn't do that without in incurring
curring incurring a tremendous amount' of
enmity. ... ,
,
They have forded people to go
out and work on tbe production of
agricultural products. They,- are
regimented.
thinkthere,is $ growing dia.
satisfaction among the college st.idents.-
I think there is hopb even eventually
tually eventually for a break-up inside and
I think that is our main hope alio
m Russia."

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' tUDAPEST, 'April (UP)2Sii
viet premier 'Nikita '''' Khrushchev
travels triumphan today to Sta Stalinvaros,
linvaros, Stalinvaros, 411 former rebel strong stronghold
hold stronghold that was one of the last to
he'crushed in Huhgary's 1956 anti-,
ltussian- revolt. 1

The Soviet 'Communist Party
leader, making his first journey
outside the Kremlin since he be became
came became Premier, set out early today
for the 60 miles trip.
Sfalinvaros i a major industri industrial
al industrial center south of the capital. It
became known during the October
uprising for its stiff resistanci a against
gainst against Soviet troops sent to quell
the revolt.
KhrusbcheV, was feted last night
at a reception hi Budapest's par
Bament building. Nearly 2,000 per persons
sons persons including eastern and west western
ern western diplomats, turned out to drink
vodka and heavy Ifungrian wine.
The Soviet leader attended a din dinner
ner dinner bis honor at Eadapest COM-'
munist Party beadquaters after
reviewing yesterday's military pa
rade commemorating the 13th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of Hungarys "Libera "Liberation"
tion" "Liberation" by Soviet troops- in World
ar II. '

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HUGH M. ,MILTON (second:from. left),' Assistant 'Secretart of the ':Ariny,;' talks 'with Slc.
Harry Brown:and Heilton, Adams, both of Louisvillei' Kentucky. Milton,' who himself, P.,:
iginally- halls from ,Lexihgton, Kentucky,'met the sergeants during' his tour-of the Signal Sec.,
tion- of the U.S. 'Army 'Caribbean School at Fort Gulick 'on Monday., Capt Raymond C.,,W11-;
, son (left.), officer in charge .of the, Signal Sec tion,' introduced the,secretary to the Men.'
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'HOLLYWOOD, Calif., April 5
(111')-1.4 na Turner's pretty teen teenage
age teenage daughter stabbed an under underworld,
world, underworld, boy friend of the movie
queen to death with 'an eight-inch
carving knife last light because
she believed -he was going to dis disfigure
figure disfigure her mother.
Cheryl Crane, 14, daughter of
Lana" by one of her four marri marriages;told
ages;told marriages;told police she ramified the
knife into the stomach of Johnny
Stompanato following a wild argu argument
ment argument in the actress's bedroom.

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IIOLLYWOOD, 'April 5 (UP)
Johnny Stompapato, one-time bo bodyguard
dyguard bodyguard 'of ex-monster Mickey
Cohen, was known in southern'Ca southern'California
lifornia southern'California film and galtgland circles.
The son of a Chicago jeweler
was in the limelight for a time
back in 1949 during his brief and
unsucceeful marriSge to actress
Helen Gilbert and later for his ac activities
tivities activities on the filmland scene.
, ,
Stompanato, 'killed, last night,
by actress Lana Turner's teenage'
daughter, was said ta have been;
seen as the escort of a number ofi
older, women--usually wealthy --
in his .heyday when he allegedly
was a 'close associate of Cohen,
,then the mobster kingpin of this
Once referred io- by' a jurist asi
area. '

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lNIEW YORK April 5 (t.IP)--A
group or peace walkers end their
week-long march 'on New York ci-,
ty today with a' parade througl
Times Square and a street meet-,
ing to protest nuclear bomb tests.
The group, 500 strong, present presented
ed presented a petition to the United Na Nations
tions Nations yerterday asking the U.N. its
member, nations to agree to ban
nuclear, weapons tests.
During their demonstration at
the U.N., a group of youths in a
car drove past the marchers shout shouting
ing shouting "continue testing." They Hen Hentificd
tificd Hentificd themselves as Hungarian
freedom fighters. A sign on the
car said "we don't want any brand
of Communism.",
The peace walkers started, last
Saturday from Philadelphia and
New Haven, Conn., and, walked to
New York, arriving Thursday., The
group,: ranking in age from 10
to 70, unlinies residents of Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jer
,;ey, Pennsylvania, New York and
New Hampshire,

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part of' Cohen 9s 1 band of 40 thiev thieves,"
es," thieves," Stompanato was actually und
er arrest only oncefor vagrancy.
Hauled into court,' in connection
with his alleged consorting '.with
criminals, he was convicted of one
of two counts oUvagrancy which
later was 'teversed and he emerg emerged
ed emerged with a clean record..
Stompanato himself said he be--
came associated with Cohen,while
serving in the Marine Coprs during
World War Il.'He said he operat operated
ed operated a string of nightclubs in China
for several years and upon his re return
turn return to the States looked up Co Cohen
hen Cohen and bought a !piece" .of a
jeweht firm with the one-time
grangster.
He became identified as Cohen's
bodyguard in 1948 when the pud pudgy
gy pudgy little gambler was -at the peak
of 'success' as a leader sin the
'underworld society.",
Cohen appeared to claim Stom Stompanato's
panato's Stompanato's body last night after it
was learned MiSs Turner's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Cheryl, 14, had stabbed hint
to death after she overheard him,
threaten the movie queen if she'
broke up with him. 11

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' The 1958 Army SaVings Bond
-program person-to-person can canvass'
vass' canvass' will be held April
through April 18 at all instal installations
lations installations and activities in, U.S.
Army Caribbean CaribbeanThe
The CaribbeanThe obit:Alva of the drive is
to encourage systematic sav savings
ings savings by military personnel and
civilian employes through re repeated
peated repeated purchase of U.S. BAY BAY;rigs
;rigs BAY;rigs 13ntrib
USARCARIB chairman for
the drive is Col. Percy N.
ing, U.S. Army Caribbean fin financ6
anc6 financ6 -officer-, Assistinghim are
Capt. Charles E. Jones, com command
mand command savings officer, and ap-:
pointed eanvassers in each
staff and technical service unit.
' This year's goal is 65 per
cent. Last year, U.S. Army

Stompanato, bodyguard to Mic- fore 3 am. she' said: "I wish I
ky Cohen end a former associate were like wiy mother. At least she
of the, asassinated Bugsy' Siegel, is 'able to' tr, 1, can't."
fell to the floor in the doorway At -the height of Stompaiato's
of Lana's bedroom And died. argument with Lana,' the ,: ,,;
' - said, she ran into the kitchen, pick pickAfter
After pickAfter Stempariate 4111 Miss ed up the knife and thrust it into
,'rurner bent ever his body, took Stompanato",s stomach'. "with all
out a handkerchief and wiped my might" as sbe stormed from
,, up blood that had spread across Lana's bedroom.
his chest, Theo she began crt Famed Hollywood lawyer 'Jerry
ins. ' Geisler hurried to the iBeverly Hills
' Later,' as 'Cheryl was booked on police Station for the 'booking of
suspicion of murder shortly be- Cheryl,

were like my mother. At least she
is 'able to' tr, 1, can't," ')
At -the height of Stompanato's
argument with Lana,' the ,:
said, she ian into the kitchen, pick picked
ed picked up the imile and thrust it into
Stompanate",s stomach', "with all
my might" as she stormed from
Lana's bedroom. ,1
Famed Hollywood lasvyer Jerry
Cycisler hurried to the iBeverly HWs
police Station for the 'booking of
Cheryl,
"It was lustificabla homidide,"
Goislar told reporters at ha loft
the station law. '"
Lana, wearing, Capri slacks; a
bilack blouse and slippers,- was
reletutant to leave the Nice sta station.'
tion.' station.' "I wanted to spend the' night
in the cell with my baby but they
, wouldn't let, me," Lana, said.
She returned tO her home with
Geisler and Stephen Crane, her
former husband and CherylIa fa father.
ther. father. Lana also has been married
to clarinetist Attie Shaw, Dan Top Topping
ping Topping and movie, Tarzan Lex i,Bark i,Barker.
er. i,Barker. ",
, Cheryl, svho is knosvn around
Hollywood as "Chevryt Turner"
although her legal name le Crane,
called her father while Lana was
wiping the' blood off Stompanato's
body. ; ,
Craie, restauranteur, ,,rushed
to Lana's daughter, to be with' her
at her greatest hear of Teed;
, Lana told police she had been
trying to break off liar romance
with Slompanato since last
Christmas because she WU "ter "terrified"
rified" "terrified" of him. Sho said he had
repeatedly threatorod her and
had beaten her. '
' Crane, quoting Cheryl, told -police
that the argument became
violent in Cheryl's bedroom short
ly before Stompanato, was killed
He said Stompansto had threaten threatened
ed threatened to kill Lana if she ended their
relationship. Cheryl later said that
Stompanato shouted that he would
mutilate Lana.

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Caribbean achieved the high
est degre of participation, 28
per cent, of any Army com command
mand command in the Army-wide Sav Savings
ings Savings Bond drive, Over ,,,900
new authorizations were se secured
cured secured at that time.
For military personnel, -bonds
are 'issued through the alolt aloltment
ment aloltment plan through the Finance
Center, US. Army,' Indianapo.
ha, Ind. For civilian employes,
all' bonds are issued by the
Finance and Accounting Office
locally. Bonds may be purchas purchased
ed purchased for cash et t'ie Finance and
Accounting Of C.e-0,'111
az rny time.
1:1'1,e ureseut overall partici participation
pation participation in the I3ond SavingS
program in the Panaina area

13 approximately 23 per cent' year.

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, WASHINGTON, April S (1.71)
U.' S. officials 'today branded as
a "cheap grandstand play" Bus Bussiass
siass Bussiass "offer" to acceptinternation acceptinternational
al acceptinternational supervision of a nuclear test
ban if this country and Britain
would suspend their tests.
,
The !Ioffer" was made'by So Soviet
viet Soviet rremier Nikita Khrushchev
in a speech, yesterday at Buda Budapest
pest Budapest prodding America and Bri Britain
tain Britain to "follow the. Soviet exam example"
ple" example" ht calling off farther tests.

The two western allies have re refused
fused refused to do this in the absence
of an overall disarmament agree agreement
ment agreement linking a halt in nuclear
tests to a halt in nuclear prOduc prOduction
tion prOduction ,for military purposes, both
subject to international inspection
t Khrushchev told' his Budapest
audience that' if the two western
rqally felt absence of inter international
national international controL kept them from
calling 'eff their' tests, then we
can say, as re have several timet
that the Soviet Union, gives Its al
greement to internatiooal control."

11. S. ofricials pointed out that
Klirushchev, didn't' sPell out, how
effective, an inspection system he
was willing ,to accept., They, also
noted that the Mission Itofferfiwas Itofferfiwasn't
n't Itofferfiwasn't made formally, through 'diplo 'diplomatic
matic 'diplomatic ghiongls,,

Tunis Plan'Seelts
Control
, ,
01 Algiers Border i'
TUNIS, April 5 (UP)$ 'Presicl-1
ent Bourginsa worked out
,Tunisian Plan for neutral con control
trol control of the Algerian frontier whtch
would permit early internationa,
lization of the Algerian, conflict,
Tunisian sources reported today.

He, planned to submit the plan
to American and British', "good
offices" negotiators Robert D. Mur Murphy
phy Murphy and, Harold BeV3y at the Dar
El CBey' presidential palace tod'ay.
Dourgulba'' conferr foti 1 13
hours' yesterday with the ,- two
officials who are trying to end a
prolonged feud between France
and Tunisia' over Tunisia's help
to Algerian, rebels.
Bourguibe yesterday rejected as
runacceptable", French sugges,
tion that neutral observers be post
ed alont 'the sensitive frontier, to
make sure that there is no Tul Tul1
1 Tul1 sian aid to the insurgents.
,
He said that if' he agreed to
the French plan he would admit
French accusations ,that the Alga Alga:tan
:tan Alga:tan insurrection goes on only be because
cause because of Tunisian interference,
informed sources said.

Missipw,

To Aid Su an ,
KHARTOUM, Sudan (UP) A
U.S. mission or the International
COoperation Administration (ICA)
will, IWO launch a road farm
and desert,development program
in Sudan.

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of th etotal USARCARIB civil civilian
ian civilian and military personnel.
l''wenty-nine per' cent, of the
non-11.S. civilian emplOyet are
enrolled in the savings plan
and 33-per, cent of the total
U.S. civilians t are presently
participating.
Two filmS and three film
eliPs -will ..Appear ort,
during the campaignSpot an announcements
nouncements announcements will be heard ,on
both raci;c arid rt.
All U.S., Savings Bonds are
rtegotiable instruments at the
thne of issue and can be cash cashed
ed cashed by the' owner- any lime. st stter
ter stter 60 days from date of issue.
At) inctrane in interest, rate
to 3-14 per cent from 2-910
per cent, occurred this past

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The arbitrary, dismissal of,eleven former Commis
sary emploYes following a discovery af $17,000 shcirtagf
in funds, is being-Contested by their attorney, Charles ita7'
mirez.. '2
The emplOyess'seven WOMen and four men, were .septi .septirated
rated .septirated tram., their Employment On March' 17. The reason'
given was, failure to properly assume responsibility for,
,
safe-gucirding stock.1,1 ',, ,
- Itsimirez charges that the Panama Canal Company's
action is contrary ,tcr. their policy f'wholly. unwarranted,
and abirse of administrative authority.1! ,',
He asks thafthe employes be: :'' Y.; .-:t
, 1).Tinporarily.asigned to'duties inWhick.the'con6
ditions4Complained of, would not exist, g
-s.L' 2) Placed on lectie with pay without his' consent,:,
3) Placed on leaviwithout pay with consent,.
, 4),Suipended for 30 calendar, 4ays or less. '

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A-total of 19 employes frOm the to eleven removi
Oommissary Division were fired each of the not
foijowing an investigation of the "Separation."' II
shortage. Fivrt were downgraded. standing. that 1'
and:several others were placed defect final p
on probation., proposed separa
Several of the fired workers Is something
appealed' to lona! 900, APISCME. considered and
AFL-CIO, for help, Their appeals in the future aft
were filed by the union last taken. As stated
week. , tion in my possi
.Eleven others, non-union one and conta
members, sought legal assistance reason "for term
from Ramirez. None a these
or she has been
, They are: Iris B. Kelly, Gist's yeat received an
with-pay status,
Epferdarino status, except th,
out-pay 'status
,cS illavrekrea,, tvyl mma DB. 01; ens), v yO r amc
sPeur ms e yin 0E v: eAl lytnr dAo. wS raotws onn.
Simpson and Ralph A. 13aldera- been tonaratod

, a letter sent on March 31
to the Canal ZOne Ciov. William
E.' Potter, Ramirez said:
'On March 17, 1956 ; the
emPloyes named on- the, at attached
tached attached list were handed ,"No ,"Notification
tification ,"Notification of Personnel Action.'
indicating, that each had been
separated. from their employ employment,
ment, employment, and 'the reason given was
"Failure to properly assume res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility for safeguarding
stock."
IIM informed that the usual
procedure of giving the em4
ployes a heating before his im-t I
mediate superior was not fola
lowed in these cases, but that
the first intimation these em employee
ployee employee received of any akin
'was when each received .the
notice referred to above!'
This procedure seems to me to
be contrary to the expressed
policy "It is important. therefore,
that grievances should be
brought to light and adjusted
promptly when remedial action
is indicated,',';,.
The cause given as reason for
separation does not seem to ap apPear
Pear apPear in the "Range of Penalties
for States Offenses" contained in
Panama Canal Company regulaVans.-
,-k,-, ,f- 4
.It is' submitted that the se separation
paration separation of these employes Is
wholly unwairanted a.nd is an
abUse and or trtisuse of adminis administrative
trative administrative authoritv, and contrary
to (9) E 2-20 "Advance Notice"
and (10) of the same regulations
It is therefore requested that
these' employes be at 'once (a)
temporarily assitned to duties in
which the conditions complained
of would not exist, (b) placed
on leave 'with pay without, his
consent, or, (c) placed on leave
without pay with his consent or
(d) suspended for 30 calendar
days or-less."
, After receiving a reply on
April ,1,, Ramirez sent, another
letter on Wednesday, addressed
ton.Edward A.. Doolan, personnel
director' of the panama Canal
Company. ''
It stated': r'
"After acknowledging yours of
April 1, 1958 in reply t mine of
March 31, 1958 to Oovernor Pot Potter,
ter, Potter, I desire to call your attention
to several erroneous statements
contained In your letter..
"You state t"the proposed se separation",'
paration",' separation",' "the proposed re removal
moval removal actions", "All affected
employes ,were placed in leavewNh-patt4-atistos,,-,
ete.1.41,1talics
supplied).
4"rhe records in my possession
belie those statements for Inn
have before me eleven Notifica Notification
tion Notification of PerSOnnel Action'. handed

,
to eleven removed employes. and :
each of the notifications reads,
"Separation, It is my Under Understanding.
standing. Understanding. that, "separation4 IS a
defacto f;nal :parting, 'while a
proposed separation or removal y
is something, 'which is being
considered and ,wilt take effect :
in the future afte,r proper action ''
taken. As stated,' every notificle-
tion' in' my' possession is' a final
ons : and contains further.,- a
reason "for termination."
None ol these persons 'have as ..;
yeat received any notice that he
or she has been placed on, leavewith-pay
status, or leave-with- :
out-pay 'status or any other
status, except that he on she has
been separated. :,
0.
.

t Therefore, it Must ie
sumed that your information
'is incorrect and incomplete.
"You further misunderstand
the purpose Of ray letter., The
relief sought IS a, strict come ,',
Ipliance,, with the "Employee
Relations manual"' prepared and
put into effect by your organizes.
tion. ' ',
"Ilowhere in such, mahual is
there provision for an arbitrar
commencement at it level above
the immediate superiors, nor for
a beginning at fourth-stage al
proposed bY You.
'"It is my belief that any ne-.
ttion contrary to that set forth.)
in the Company-prepared
'ploye, Relations procedure. Is
arbitrary, and reviewable by
the Courts.
."It is therefore requested that
this matter be started at a
secOnd-stage leve (I shall waive
a first stage) and with in,tch
thought in mind, am formally
submitting on behalf ,of the
persons named on attachinent
herewith, that the ,adiustment
reached after the first stage was
not satisfactory, and request that
a second-stage hearing be, ar,;
ranged at a date satisfactory,
- "Me above, of course, le
subject to the employees involved
being placed in one of the statue
provided for la (10) of E2-2-3,..

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Parh,

, LONDON, April 5 (UP)A plan
ned 40-mile march by demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators pretesting the hydrogen bomb
was hit by fallout -today.
Only about 1,500 of some 5,000
,men, woman ane children who
left London yesterday on their
way to the British Atomic Wee.
pons Development 'Center at Ald Aldermaston
ermaston Aldermaston were loft when the group
resumed its march from Hounslow
this morning.
Others were expected le drop
out before tonight, when what
its organizers called a "pilgrim
age" reaches Maidenhead.
The marchers, some carrying
banners proclaiming ,"disarm or
die"- and "from feat to sanity"
hope to reach Aldermaston hy
Sundayafternoon. ,
Some of the originargioup.
ganized by an anti-II-bomb (
mittee, including charchmen an
playwright-nip01st J. B. Priv
dropped out early yesterd,r.',

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'. ..' ';',',; '-';' Thirty-threi ',members 4r:the ''.. Diahio ';Carrtsli,ra' Club ',.. ,::.,,:,:,,.:,..:-::, ..,-,..::,..:::,,..:::::..,,,......,, : : "- '''''' -- ---- ''': -'' ...--:';' ''--:--:':".:: --.:-.:::' 4 -. ,.:-;-:--, i:,!...:-,'::;:,;.i.,:-,::,-..,:-..::.::,-.,,.,:: 1,' a 'chearii' grandstand play" Rus- u 1,, . V 111
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,,'; -' Salvador when'', the COPA pline, On, w so ,,thpy,-. were to ::H.;::,,:,..:: ,.,:...,-,,..,,..:-.., ,;:r.,H,.:.:.,...,,::,;,,,,, ,:. ::::'----:-s-,----z-:-::s,;-::;ii:-,:,.,:: ,;--'s r.:,':-. s:',':-:-,::-:;::--n-i:::'i...,-,-;;:-,:::-.-:,-;:-; ben if this country and Britain ...I, -i :, .,': ; ,: '. "; , , -. ''' -..,,- ', ,- ;'
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t in funds isybeseiftiogl!coowninteg
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'" re'" '' 'r ' d d when-orders came frem the., Goyeinment .' 1 : ::,: ,,,.:. :::,:.,, .: :. ,....i....'4-,.i;:;.'.:',.:4,T'...,;:,',:;:..,s -..:,-,-,:,-' fused to, do this hi, the absence r
givenwas,i'faitUre to' properly assume responsibility' for,
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''-,.'.:..:i',: ment. ,liakinu a ,halt in nuclear
tests ,to a halt in nuclear prOduc- ,t,
7i... 7. Ilsint...'idre.z, chargkesis.tha't t.' h: ei Pa-nam. .6' C' o' na:'1'C'o-m:..p-a.ny's' : .-
1 ......'-::,.geitii.r. Connell:. 1.- nor"::' any flew ,'d ONVII a Slieetal,iplane, from, ..: .,.. : i '':::::::':,,:,::::.::1I:',:.:;':::;',,:'.:'..::,..., :,:.:,:: :,. ::-,?,9:.:.,.:1-:: ,,:''4::'.
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! 1 ,- Khrushchev told' ,his Budapest
I WhOliv unwrirealitpel

nes rnally Iva auoruuc Ln L.AL0- mu la wil wodu3g ul uuminibtrE1
41 ComP-OS'ed of 'employes from the fo! the Club went ',personally , , , , , . - al
HuGH M. ,MILTON II (second from left), Assistant Secretarj of 'the 'Army,: talks 'with Slc. national controL kept them from H k ' '' '
, Canal Zone, 'has made abOut 6a to the, local Civil'Aeronauties ,'
I rive aurnon ,
n Harry Brown and Ste. Helton, Adams, both of Louisville, Kentucky. Milton, who himself or., calling "off their' tests, then 'we -., gi,e.....a,S. $ that the emPletso,bdeu:tie' sk' i'lly ,w, 'II'. it,,th'I',,,'''''';, ,,
i ,,' trips ',,.-. Withoutincident .---qo Board late Thursday, afternoo lginallr hails from .1,0xillgton, Kentucky,'met the sergeants during' his tour ,of the Signal Sec-. can say, as re have beveral timet ,, I), i emporarily. assigne
F' --, pentral. and South American 't, get ermsision for' the trip. tion of the U.S. Army 'Caribbean School at Fort Gulick '0n Monday.- Capt., Raymond C.,W11- that the Soviet Union, gives Its al
. 2) Placed on leave with pay without his consent,'
) 4, countries during the Past five, : tie, rilecefved offir:,ial confir confiralt
alt confiralt paps,..s were in son 9eft), officer in f cha,rgecof : the, Signal Sec tiono'introduced the..secretary to the men. t- -. grooment.to interliati0nal ,e0mntrol." diti,ons4Con1Plained of, wouid n'et exist, ,....1,c,.,,.,., ,,e.. ;,!11::: ,r
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ti years. .. , .,.. ," m mation tl,at to.. ,., , .., , , , , (I.T.S Army Photo)i ,-
. A member said. today that order,. a, meMber reported ,
, aft;m,costwasottisoommmimommooemoommoomoviloometooffoommmomosa,moomemmommittomosmosolors admomoonoomo, T' fr i 1 itd- ttht '''-1) P I A ':'
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. i, the grout) had already boarded daY,, '. ,....- . ,..., .. ., -1 , ,, .- .. o ... ... .. , , ,.r. ,.... ,, .,,,. v., -.., 0,
each of the notifications reads, ';',
' the COPA rlane at! 't.. a.m. 4) Sus
' 'A;tot 1 oi.19' eMPloyes trom.the to eleven removed einpi
inspection system he ,,,,,.. t . .., p ;13, f
torclay whr the 'grounding or- It is uuderstood that, Minton ., : 7eare u t a IOTV- was willing ,to accept., They, also ..
, ( .; i' Kleffereutishvottieavn., didn' s
idommtissary Division were fired
' :,der 'came tniough.' Pilot Con-. is, initiating a letter of protest er noted that the RUssian Ifofferfi-was- ,',, a
,- 4. ,' ; , : ,t' ., ... 1., ...., ,, ..... : .r, -,:. , ,. 'd. ,,x !, ,: spi ,., n't Made',10rMall thrOUgh iliPlo' oyeaind :, i
' 01,viell' wee oltc in :the 'pipe concerning the. incident which , .. '.
',' I toady for tne take-off.A', . has inconv,enienced club Mem- ", '',-- .., ,, : : ,. .,. i ..- '- ", .,,., y i k4,.'. ,, f ',.:.! ; ,, ''; ,,,., -,-0,.,,- a ,-
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.gation of the "separation, It is my Under-
r '.1' -. e -,-liou "-teported -bers Besides paying, faro a bus ., ',-' o- i -; '-',.. -4 ;'-. ,.' .-vv,,;,,,,It;e, ,.',-:-.1' ..1','',0- ' ,.' ',,-,0Roc4.r1,-4-P ,,-' .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 171 , : ,..,, :,-, ,,,: -,..:,,4,..., a shortage. Five
. lAnoth r Were. downgraded, standing- that l'separation't I ''''' t
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---, (,,A," the Itip was bhitnet. beo.. to, transport Ahem to the air- ,... I ..,, ..01,. .,,, , , -.0" '' '' "r"'" 'and'severa others were placed defacto fl a a .- '
nal parting, while a ..
' -, cause it was charged' 'hit the. port yesterday, they- &aid they ana '-: -een- ge a er a s ,-,-; -, ,, ,, on probation ,.-,' .,' .:
,, i -.:. ',,-,.-...7-. '''' 4--: !.; ''. Several of. the fired 'workers tpropoosed separation or removal .., i
group did not plan It in ( on, had already completed, all Iho- .. t '. '' 8 8 Mething,',WhiCh iS being
' : ioinction with the, ealhiran tel t, reservations. In San Sa Va. . '. ,, ,' '' ,( , !, .. ' , ; , '', 7. '.,r :, l'', I,
Tunic DhnSeelltt-
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naG.Pulled: oolnrn1 s Test 0:neeat inhl 1 "oda:: trb eche eenasntef atpple:1 easrePse rolOtnu r tPsoelhhalae-everaet: 1,1110.ate-anIts: ;. ::"
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TiouxwobD, calif., April 5 Stompanatot bodYgliard to Mie- Lin:, 'she' said: "I whit I wweereek.,filed. the uh,ien, owttlauotknthephinap.y.Ams:streotesdse.'ssevioenryisnottlffinczaI
that COPA there.
(11P)La na Turner's pretty teen- ky Cohen and a former associate were like lily mother. At least she 1
. , age ,,daughter stabbed an under- of the assassinated Bugsy' Siegel, is 'able to' erY, 'cant" lel" mul. K4.nenillor
I euiral Control
world, boy friend. of the movie fell to the floor in the doorway At -the height of Stompan.to's r ,inemebyeraar, es. ugrhst aysosistaanyce5 yreeaasternec":10:rteadteturasmnyinonarotiotatenne.:;h:oatt'h
r a queen to death with 'an eight-inch of Lantea hedroo.,m And, argument with Lana,' the
Red 'Chi.ti
, carvmg knife last ,night because said, she ran into the kitchen, pick- from Ramirez.
' e : .1 : she believed -he was going to dis- After Stomostiato fhli Miss ed up the knife and thrust it into , 1 E., Silvera, Alma G. Best, Grace
-;Of Pacific Forces figure her mother. , ,,Turnor bent ovor his hodY, took Stomoanate!S stomach'. "with all cnerke jvy
presid. ay tatus, or leave-with-
Cheryl Crane, 14, daughter-- of out a handkerchief and wiped imy might" as sho tormed from UN
OTI Is:glAeprruS51w0pr)d..,ore.krd..'out' puThzey;,
' Lan by one of her four marri- up islood that had spread across I Lana's bedroom. ent Bourgipsa aw e EVelyn A. Brown, irfraMin
sermeno 'Alfredn woton pedro

aer3 ,,,,'
Serrneno, 'Alfredo Watson, pedro s'i.awtoR's-,.'except that he onYshcethn
,
, : 1 , A ,, .. A' . Lana oy one 01 1101' tour ,m4rn- up MOW inar niu wiliarwilu swamp 14anit d LWEIrOOM ' ent paDIU DIRLIN,1,11001 Wu.. o.,,s vw o viz Idua vi 40
- ges, told police she rammed the his chest, Then she began cry Famed Hollywood hwve Je T I plan for neutral COn: Simpson and Ralph A. Raldera- been ieparated. , 1
rry a 4 unis an
knife into the stomach h n ' ' ''' , Geisler hurried to the Se 'verrly HWs trot of the Algerian frontier 'which
i
0 April 5 1.1M-I censored version of his remarks - (1f J nnY I 11'
,
,...,...., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, flA,,,,,, ,.. ..,,,.A. ,,,,hii,, hu h. ,,,,,,,,,,il Stompanato following a wild argly Later; as ,Cheryl Wall DOOked on police Station for th bookin of Id rm't early iniernations m8 ' ' ' '
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eeua eave e ince
- &rations' or '11 S.. recognition ott ',There ere a great ;many- peo r I t P"Y(13tuu P h te Employe
' id have' ple including the Chinese Nation- I
the ,Pktping regime, wou elationa manual"' prepared and
hon.' -,, 1 sepaFated: Jrom the .emp Op: nut intfft
' nolitical and mi-i alists. who think there could WP11 viP ana an ire es El ey pram Rliance- wit h

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' 1 commencement at it level abovrYe
- one returneo to ner nome watt
arlett FLuviount lur an arunril.
-t-711-11 h HOLLYWOOD, 'April 5 (UP) part ot Cohen's 'band of 40 thiev- a d
p the sponge and 3us , .peop e t ere and eisler an Stephen Crane, her and Tunisia' over T sta s e JIM in orme tha e usua
, h stock!.
the immediate su erio
P rs, nOr for
- Stump testifiethrecently in clos- sition to the .regime., They
4 have Johnny Stompanato, one-timo bo- es," Stompanato was actually und. former husband and CherylIa fa- to Algerian rebels. t., procedurir of giving the ern..
earings of the HOUSE they couldn't do that without in in,
, in, -e ed door h blicke
dyguard 'of ex-monster Y er arrest only oncefor WI
kno,fn Hauled., int?. cotirt congrneactiticoYn. a beginnin at t -s
ther. Lana also has been married D7Imged fe7 be-,7711. ployes a heatins before his g tour h tage
,. yoreign Affairs Committee nd' 4 curling a tremendous amount' of to Clarinetist Attie Shaw Ds it inn fnla
n Tnn wetterlay reiecten 'as tvtaAbs m EnnArinle goo
f t th
proposed by you.
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eliel that any ie.... ,,,
puw.6.. J-------- -- -----" P---, "-"' --- 'hat It la mY b
L0111 atuu giTsidnu,.!11,..t.Lvth WI.In nis .aueged (consorting Avith pmg ind m
. ennmv , r ,, ,, , uprota
lowed in these cases but t ,.
unacceptable 0
'. n,i. tion contrary to that set forth.) ''.'.-
' -- f ,,,- , ',' ; ,, ,,,, Jt .. -. ,"' .. ,, ,, ) ,, ,- .,, criminals, he,was convicted of one er., ., .. ,,, .' k
;, ,-, ,,. f : 0 '' II US ', Tb, b i , d ' ovie, Tarzaa. 'Lex- ir.13arTi ii ", French sugges.
, lion that neutral observers be p of the first intimation tnese e
. j.....cl..1, ...........,.., r
' i wkild.-at..a
. ( "11"111 '" agricultural produ t
, ey ave orce people to go The son of a Chicago jeweler of
w s in the limelight for a time
, out and work on tbe production of -e-- n
They, ,,,, back m 1949 during his brief a d
.. li 1 'or I- ,. c L -,-, -4- unsueceeful marriage to actress
1
! I ii," .. -1 i. ; regimented. two counts oUvagrancy which
later was 'aeversed and he emerg- ',4
ed with a clean record.' Che- yl; who is known 'arouna d 1 'the sensitive frontier,to
ruollywrood as "Chevryl Turner"
Stom anat him elf al --
i.. , . p o s s d he be e a ont
although her legal name is Crane, sian aid to the Maur
' hi the Company- repared t
, ployes received of any action , P m ,, r.
t th I no 'rum' h e eh received Jim
make sure tha ere s was w en a
gents. notice referred to hover ,,'
e to p oye, Reiations procedure ,. Is
arbitrary, and reviewable by ,. s
th C t ' '
0 our s. , .., vs, ,,;,,,, .., ., ,.
called her father while Lana was ;' ' This procedure seems to m . ,, , .
' Dna illif..111 te ',, ,, . ,' -,
, , I, ; 9 think4herils i'l
'''''' in 1 tidier Br
t
, j,, satisfaction among the college sta.. ','
. ,k,. I it 1.00,00P0 dents... 1 think there is ho b
Helen Gilbert and later for his ac- came associated with Cohen,while
I g "d tivities On the filmland scene. serving in the Marine.Copro during
p even- 4 t 111 d 1 st night d tr
tompana o, i e a wiping the' blood. off Stompanato's lie said'. that if he agreed to be
body. ; ,4 .) ,' ,. ,, the French plan he would admrt contrary to the expressed
i. policy "It is important, therefore,
orld War IL,He said he operat- ', ' safions that the 168'. t at grievances should be
f h 1 b i h'
1 e a s ing o nig te u s n C inal,
Crane, a restautanteur, ,,rushed French accu
1 b h '' d cij "It Is therefore requested that
thi tt r
s ma e be started at a
t d secOnd-stage leve (I shall waive
I, 'a daughter, to be with, her lion insurrection goes.,on On Y e brought to light tin a us e .. 4,.., ...., ., ... .. ,
ana
, r : ri, t.:', t ''..,s ',..::2 tually for 2 breaira.nn inairia a.11 Y C
b a tress Lana Turner's teenage $
or several roars ind tinnn Ilia ro-I"'
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I TOKY.9,., Apra,. a f",'"I I think that la our m-nrin-i;An: ;T:in'i daughter, was said ta have neet!I turn to the- States looVe;i- 17n- at per greatest hoar of Teed; : 1 cause of Tumstan Interler7nuil oromotly when remedial actiona:.:.,zi. rosy! Jetip imp.,11

, I r, II ,la W-111 I LSI 1 I et W

es reason tor 'submitting on behalf of the
xi aussAa.-- seen as bilt; Cbt.I.IL 1 VA. a, im.s....6 v.,nen anCI oougnt a Twee- .of a --"" r"..' .... ""'m "'w" UUM M" "'' ''' ....--. r, 15 MIUltal. IMUL, .,. ;
trying to brook off her romance . , '
, ; ,,, -.
, ,' older women--usually wealthy --hewers, firm with the one-time
- -- .. in his ,heyday when he allegedly' grangster. , yith Stomoanato ,,,, since last r
1
seParation does not seem to op- persons named 'on attachinent ,
The cause given

not satisfactory and request that
IL 0 tit was a close associate of Cohen,r, christmas because sht was "ter- v
of him Sho said ho had
,,of He became identified as Cohen's
a second-stage hearing be an,
111
- lbodyguard in 1948 when the pud- rreifiLed"
the mobster kingpin
itUI:dtt If 3 atedly throatonod her and
U S' mission' for States Offen, es
" contained in reached after the first stage was
at' the 'e'el ranged at a date satisfactory.
Pear in the "Range of Penalties livtvw4i4t, talhio tne ,acuustment
1 c woo-. 4,1
1 Once referred tO DY Jurist as had boaion her.
gy little gambl r w t th k
e as a e pea flaonnraC!nal, regnla,
F area. -o
F h.. fl...1 of 'success' as a leader in the C Ch 1 t ici
rane, quoting ery o .d 'S
"P')- To 'A an
1 The above, of course, is
. , 'underworld society.", lice that the argument became U the employes is
o partition of se
It is submitted th
o IN "1 r pot 1 o 't jr, Cohen appeared to claim Stom
s, 4 1 violent in Cheryl's bedroom short-. wholly unwairanted 3.nd is an sobiect to the employees involved
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THEMIOPRIETY OF PROTESTS
We must not allow ourselves to be befuddled in the case of
t,'..,IturCredit Union .controversy. The problem should be faced
;frankly -in sPirit of fairness, and when I say tallness, mean
- ;fairness forth both Panama and the US. ',,
004,...,'PanarcIa's protest against the continuaiiee Of the Credit Mt-.
"1'11 ,aa they are- now operating, is in' nowise intended to ,fur ,fur3
3 ,fur3 4,1ser the Interests' o the 'Panama financial sharks and grasping
- :money tenders. -f'l f' '
4,4 Theret IS nothing der Or mysterioni behind the attitude of
t Panaraa Government- think our.neighbors across the bor,4
' Cap are acting within, what they tonsider their own right. It-is
roth equitable and democrktie that the matter ,', be discussed
&fair mind. ", -
WM'not'aolve the 'problem.. Panama and the
a should, calmly study the Credit unions case in the light of
'sane existingareaties between the two countries, and both should
' tolabide by a fairankjust decisign, 3, :
' s? ; I Tans
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,.. ,.,
IOW"' How much 'finger 'is Governor' Potter expected' ,in take' all
Pi nonsense from,Panamal crackpots, leftwingers, pipsqueaks
and ambitious politicos! mean such 'nonsense as the Credit
- -tUsion protest, participation in the-gross income of the Panama
toaranal,equal pay for unequal- (I ,saitLunequal) work, and now;
11114est of them,a)I, this protest aboutthe Tivdli guest 'Muse.
- Because they are so ridictricals, it la a ,disgrace, that these
owo
r sts 4ire ever permitted to, reath, the official,,stage,- Onless
e is 'some deep-clown move:by -some politicos. to .embarrasa
e de la Guardia administration. -, : -'.
0- t, If those making the prntestS are'in fact serious', theY should
arellize tttat the' Tivell dances are exclusively 'for the entertain--
r ft 1.
ment US citizenS in the Zone. To say the Tivoli- is soliciting
w;business in Panama la a laugh.2, 4, 3- ,
Panama has no substitute fOr the Credli Union,'exc'ept per perophaps
ophaps perophaps the insurance section of it. All Panetta has is its 4Q,per
f,tent per month loaii sharks. t
',;!- 0 If they are interested in keePing things 1-in -,PersPective,
' tthose making the -protests should also remember.that Panawa
';never contributed it-tent towards the cOnstruction of ,the Canal,
otnor towards its npkeep. and maintenance in the 40 plus yearS
:since it opened.,In'1903 Intnartla was tickled to death-to have
' independence at long last, and a $250,000 annuity,
tc,' It is a nice friendly little country. 'rhe majority of ats
!pens are as understanding,' cilltured and simpaticd aft &Oil will
find any place.' It is a shameAllat we are not dealing with-this,
,r1maioritY.-t,', i
,ork Those who make the lond Squawks should be reminded reg-,
ularly that there would be no independent Panama today, but
-lust a backwater Colombian, province, were it not for good old
Itualve, blundering Uncle Sam and also for Teddy Roosevelt, who
' !could handle situati,ons and squawkers. -,
1. ',,The United Statas gave Panama her independenCe 441-
4111Iti platter, made the country 'liveable by- ridding it of disease,
, I gale it :military ,protection and economic -stability, tilled lip the
swamps and; made possible the city of Colon,TheUs actually
- handed Colon to. Panama as a gift, together with the DeLesseps
area and -complete with schools, sewage and water'systems and
a the Lord knows what
, What does Panama' give in return? Nothing but' gripeS,
more gripes, and yapping ,formorei mord, more, more.' It's sick sickening
ening sickening They should get down on their knees and thank God
afar what they have got from us, and thank God it wasn't Rini Rini.
. Rini. ;sla or some other nation which did the Canal job. The Pena Penapmfinians
pmfinians Penapmfinians ,now trying to exploit the US would Jearn' something
, :about exploitation the other way around if anotherination had
built and operated the , ,
' -a I implore Governor. Potter, or the' State Department, or
;Congress to haver the guts to crack down on these squawkers
--- ft and their protests. Teach them the facts of life.' Lay it on the
,.,-;11rie4 -It's time to pin the squawkers' ears back find make them
cry "Uncle". They are too big for their boOts. They need a little
"I discipline. We would be more respected if we 'acted more firm1Y firm1Y,
, firm1Y, : Let us live up to our treaty obligatitons end treat Panama
;;ivith al' tairneSS, but let us not take any more abuse. It'S too
; 33-bad we can't simply fill up the ditch and hand the ,Canal Zone
: back to Colombia, the Indians, or whoever would want the in in,
, in, :sanitary, mosquito-ridden, revolution-minded, turnbledown.,dump
that would be panama after the US withdrew,We could build
:another canal somewhere else where we could enjoy, full Juris
A.-diction and sovereignty without all these fleabitea.
"'"" HoW long since Partaingt offered to give something, instead
.43(
,310f fhrever wanting 'to take? Her take all, give nothing policy is
teginning tp stink.-
" ..Poovox
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' nuutoolvt DANCING
Eiris s ,
a Would like to makeali 'of Your column' in' order tO thank
kiarnett and Dunn for an interesting evening' at their recent
,:',Zaraboree. It was an evening jam-packed with fun, dancing
, 43 and entertainment for the young boys and girls. 'I am visiting
,.pi ott the Isthmus and I eagerly accepted the invitation to go to to',
', to', 3, thia -affair as I have a young boy and girl (age 14 and 16) WhO
to attend a large ballroom dance studio in Long Island, Nework.
' a believe, that'the average American who attends different
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, functions outside of the States has a tendency to feel 'that these
- Wtetvities ,might be a little beloW par in comparison to Stateside
wait therefore much surprised to see what the chil
dren here had learned in Several-months of training. 'These
;;;;allildren had .much more variations in steps and a smart style
that seemed to be lacking in the dance school that my, children
Jo.
- .- -- Because I am a, Professional teacher myself Perhaps was
. "' One of the few. who realizes the time and effort Spent
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ing,this evening the, success that it was..,1 feel that the children
"I' and the parents on the Isthmus are fortunate in having lurh
t d
0o,, up- o- ate and capable. teachers to Jmnart the social graces as
t' well as smart ballroom dancing to their offspring.
' Interested Spectator :

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EPEAKS ON RUSSIAN PRorOSAL Lincoln White, (center)
'4"--itmet of the State Department News Division; tells newsmen
that the United States bas discounted 'Russia's I decisiorp to
halt temporarily Its nuclear tests without waiting for inter
national agreement. Reading. from a satement approved by
Tresidetit Eisenhower, White said Russia's action offered the
, world Lo assurance against cheatinuin a test ban.

Labor, Nelvs
- And
Comment

By VICTOR RIESS.

Small wonder Dtplorer III is a
shaky intellite It ts suffering
from a new kind of "unobtainiuml
this -new,unobtainium't is labor laborfor
for laborfor something mighty difficult to
put together. It DOW appears that
this new "nnobtaiuniump is labor labormanagement
management labormanagement peace in 4he missile
field which is all shook up over :
news from insidas that the indus industry
try industry may be hit by strike of him himdreds
dreds himdreds of thousands of technicians.
If the strike -stalls the guided
missile and flying artillery' pro production,'
duction,' production,' the walkout will be run
by two of the hardest striking u umons
mons umons in the field M Hayes' In International
ternational International Assn. Machinists and
Walter Reuther's;, United ..Auto
Workers.-e- 4 r
Unlike the problem o the prod producer
ucer producer cif the Onanned automobile
nemetY; customersthe
tmmanned missile makers have a
steady castomer. the Pentagon. So
theunions feel they're not dealing:
with an uncertain industry and
are bluntly Warning they'll tie up
production of the high flying weap

Leaders of the first union to stall,
a' missile assembly line would be
the Machinists' president, Al Hay Hayes.
es. Hayes. He couldn't be more bhmt in
hin-warnings. ;: .1- e
'"We believe the Ainerican, peo people
ple people have a right to know, that labor-management
negotiations in the
vital missiles and aircraft indusl
tr3t are fast approaching 'a ',crisis'
stage,, Hayes announced Ovek' this
past weekend. e
, '!'Almost evriwhere 'In these
negotiations managernatiLtepre managernatiLtepreSntatiVeS'
SntatiVeS' managernatiLtepreSntatiVeS' are vigorously, opposing
and in .aome sases ridizuling, fair
and' legitimate union 'proposals
Over the weekend (March 22-;.1)
bur executive council met here in
Washington with. key union nego negotiators
tiators negotiators from every major missile
and aircraft, center in,. the U.S.

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' "We believe the public should
informed that Oe substantial
, progress hal, been made M the
1958 negotiations."
Thii, Hayes said, "cannot con-,
finus indlitinitely without serious seriously
ly seriously jeopardizing our vital defense
program
Just la few days before Si(' eloS eloSed
ed eloSed meeting of the aircraft' and
missile workeri' high command,1
the union disclosed that it was rais raising
ing raising an unlimited strike fund ...-
which would', begin paying ,$35 a
reek strike relief' as soon 113 the
war chestreached the $2,000,000
Management people have retort retorted
ed retorted that the union is asking for a
package which would,co4 front $32
to $40 s, week more per worker.
'Small wonder,- again,' t,h t the
White House and the Pentagon ire
taking the deadlock swiouslyse-1
riously enough to have dispatched
Joe Finnegan, the nation's Feder-I
Mediatior and Conciliation Serv Service
ice Service chief, hi the Machinists high
command session Jo work, on ,the
"unobtainium." , '- 1
Some circles' Meaning 'the men
who will have the headaches ofl
settling this duel of the giantsbe giantsbelieve
lieve giantsbelieve there is mighty sietiotts dan danger
ger danger of a strike in the Burbank, Cal;
plant of Lockheed -,-where there

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' '-' MORI ABOUT BOOUETE-- '" I3Oquete is a village .o I brIdges,
,''f ' . ' There' are tour' across the gurgi gurgiYou
You gurgiYou ma3r' be tired of Boquete. ing Caldera, River. The nwest is
Certainly I' am not, but I have almost'wide enough for' ttu'ect-lane
been enjoying and IN just read- tradic. One just beyond ;tile Pa,
ing Shout the green village that, is namonte Inn is a one-way lane
often wreathed in, rainbass,, So.. over 1001t. long. A third,' wos .pro.,
quefe 'must be most favored spot bably built for 1)x-cart traffic and
in Panama) '?. '., T. ', ',,,,,, ,,,.. t; horsemen and ,another is '3' foot
I have ranged the Isthmus from bridge. All give good yieWs of the
Darien to ,the Costa Rican border ttunbling ,Caldera beneath thein.,;
and, while there may he- MOre 2' BOouete once had a faundry 'tat 'tatfivored'
fivored' 'tatfivored' spots,,, I ,, have 'not found led,"Snosi White',1', but ,it vtlattin't
them. Boquete would -be a favored oompetewith the Caldera Liver
spot in any man's country, which is generillyt'spottcd"l'Ong
Sometimes when it rains after a its banks with women Washing
bright sun and the' cold water ,hits clothes, and really is the, yillage
1
the hot pavements a' fog rises latuithl,,,:. ' '
,,,,,, ..,.:,.."- 1.:,......,,, ...,, .1ftrsitk,

I like to stroll through the .1,41-
'age' and' perhaps 'atop at, the
PenSi011, Virginia,e, bright yellow,
building '11311 ,the plaza, lor a cup
of ,Boquete ',coffee...The landlady
is an imposing liersoii, ',generally
armed with a ,tlyswatter
ahe uses with determination, t and
accuracy. .1
When the cholita .behind ,the
lunch counter Was giveb 41,111tt 41,111tter
er 41,111tter with the. statement; '"Urf cate
con leche" she', asked; lo
tome?".. Vihen .that was admit-'
ted she returhed 1.5 cents' with a
"Gracias" and a '
one on the, 4 plaza'
beside 'the told ',railroad station,

glyIpKG,
(3)ANVA

Silk Fooding Trou

tile nut pAlftinC14
from them like smoke. It looks as Their irts, hiked .shoire,
though 4the streets are On fire.1 their brown knees and tucked be beAnd,
And, beAnd, speaking, of lire, loqueSn tweentheir thighs, they, Soap 'the
has a lire dePartment of thre clothesl:beat'Iterts' On' convenient
bomberos'and 40, VOltino rocke, and then rinse them in the
tears, and twrs fire trucks.' clear running' water;. Nest they
: wrini'therd mit" and spread them

clothes:: beat ',them' On' convenient
rockti, and then rinse them in the
clear running',water;,. Next they
Wring'thera cult" and spread them
on the sun-heated rocks to dry.,
An( interesting- street runs he hetween
tween hetween the main street and the
river. It is a street only for a few
blocks before it ttulls into si lane,
lined, with, tiny houses in sma,1
flower-filled yards, with' atone
'fences. !! : - 11:. e,

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settling this duel of the giantsbe- ;'Hi1" -- ""cu
I she returhed 15 cents' with a Fartlier 'imt th'e-- loia ire larger
lieve there is mighty tieriotis dan- ,rg
ger of a strike in the Burbank, Cal, ,, Th
rac!!!', !Ind a smile. ' s' and the houses fewer.'The fences
irgintirdi
plant of Lockheed where there beskt v is, 'on the, plaza around the potato fields change
are Some 15.000 or more unionistsi built ei thtetto -railroad ., stxtion, to. barbed wire frequently, :tele :teleworking
working :teleworking on the awesome Polaris. i
PresIdeant 4 aielministrationl A od forced by Spanistri daggerl and
This is described as an underwa- it no longerirWhqueJimenez, ,Since, century' ptants. One field hat four
ter-to-land hydrogen-bomb -warh useeas th 4 as.a railwAy it ,is century plants :that are -supposed
missile. A well placed U.S. sub- e,niunicipal builiruig., to bloom only, once in a hundred
Marble could send a Polaris swish- ,;,,,, ,, I ., t ''. '" ' i .' '' '' 1 '''''' i
ing front underseas to the Krem- ,s. ? ''. '.''' '...':' ''''11 t- '' -2, .' .',,,,, '.. ,-,. A ; .., ''
lin. ' 1.., -' , .' '.1 .',., : :.:4 -, ;,, .. 't '',
Tho contrat:- at 'the Polaris ''' T- ''ki.-' '-"' : ',,-;,,f A' At
plant expired Mar, Sit was ow. '''..' 1 t .- 4
,
tended 30 days. Negotiations art ''
. '. OL,, Ag Lfi bea'
deadlocked now, the Mediation :,' ;",
chief burned., And en Apr4 5, the : ' l ,.', ,. t -, i -..'..; 1
.:-,,,,- ;
first missile strike in Melon,
,
may' leave the mighty Polaris ' ",-' :' 0
, still unfinished In its cradle. , ,' si
1) I .,
-
, ..
...,,As the 'days roll b; contracts ; '''
covering literally hundreds of thou- , 1 r ,ts. e , g i :, : . .... ' , , i n
Sands more rinthe aircraft and ,..,. .1' , ) ', '1 .. i 1 31 4, ',
,
missile field expire.' This unien is ,',,' '1 ,, , :, -,
asking for a tash increase of $104 , k ., li : , 5 t,,, p. ;,,
40 a week,--and many fringes, in- ',4 .. , , ,, -,..' :''',..1" 7 0
14.
eluding special bonuses End per- .' '' , a:.
diem expenses for rocket- and sit- .' ,,
tcllite handling' Crews stationed at , '''''
,
Cape Canaveral and desert test- ,. ,, .! ..I. et -:
s
ing sites away frem home.. ,
The customer,.the Pentagon, 'has 1
begun ,to titspetch letters to -the ,,
...-
missile-making companies' saying -,,,, ,,.. iii
these ex enses have to be cut r- --- ,,,
P s,
down. And maybe-cut out. But at
least, re-evaluated. So we may ..- 1 1- 11
have a strike-within-a-strike crisis. A it
-
It the Pentagon- cuts the special
living allowances of skilled crews A, A r.,
whnse homes are in California; but l' rg
who work, for example, at Cape r rC:',navcral,
C:',navcral, rC:',navcral, they will rot ,hang a- 7
mind long and take a' cut In ply. 1 II
In this case, somebody bad bet- ,,'"'ef
ter have a good pitching arm I.-0
they'll have to throw the next lit- ,, ---,
tle moons by hand. f 4' I '
tr ,,,, ,,
?J....0e A
'- '0' ' ,..-.11 ..... .11 I ik fr'''''''-'
..ibeeemeree

.. ,
' ',. I .---- '44 - I i -(0,: 11 0 D!, ,, -, ''' ,...1-
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--,1 .,' ',, E. r i, 4,i 4., i .,, t ..,..1,
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' :::;,,!?-1.....k -.4- i -, YOU I.C'At-C7,:IT t',AsN:',".,': 'C:, vhat gives with the
f
, .... k.,.., , .. ant:infested Lunch of you? ttree-,:inz and wailing the
t gstit -s ,' whole year throu;.h about hod l',1,zbody Up There li.a.
' 7 ''," 1 -1, 4 Washington) Loves You, then when Cana! Zone Cov. Wil
) l-,',,,I, s, ham E. Potter trots out a oiece,cf Orade A Washinzton
qp:'
,..- ''' 4 41 : :on the hoof. for-you to beef to,,, you stay away In .great
e
,,, ,,,,..,, mumbers. ,: ' ''. -: '. '
-' jr:, '''.--, ' Secritary of the Army Wber Lt. Crucker is the NO.
1-r" -' man in the Panama Canal hierarchy, with the possible ex..
N. ,,,, li ,,,,,.., ,..,3 ,, ception of.Sadeye Sam. rl 'would hay therefor thought
("?
) ap.,:., ,,,,,,,, ..,.., 1 ::- il if worth the while of Most Zonians o go alop.ng o het
' 41:.:1 Al- -
) )
, Balboa ,, Theater last Monday ,afternoort, to ,earwhs
)) -, A 7)'Ir-,',''.. ; : l' Brucker had to say for himself. , ,
7 d' s- s.,,,, t: 1 :. Only a pliserable dribble of PanCan alers were ins
. 4 6v,- -N' .. '-,',' terested enough in their OVin affairs to s'low tip. What
,,,,,..- 's 4q. li ai .--, : right them do the absentees have to go roundbure,:ming
- t.', '',' the air with choking sots because Panamanian Foreign
- .,, .,,,,,:, .., ,, 1----' Minister, Aquiline Coyd hos said some-,things about the
' ''' - Canal Zone Credit Union' which said 'jobbers. thought
',---' ..tt..;:' ..,.;' 00.-,.. : shouldn't be in the script. ",'-''',' ,,, ,,,''' .,, l .'
'"'',',$ ',---s!!,'''',,,- N.': ., .,'' , ,-,- Why weren't they pn hand,to 41ear what their,,lead-
''''''..;''' 40--: r-',, ',. ',off 'hitter Brucker might have had t) szy, about the sit
, ---- .,::-.,, ',uation? Or On any othersubject 3abou-t which there may
,-- ," ..'-, -,- ', '..''',',','.',!,'', '', ,be' he av'y griping ,right now. :: :: ',--. '?" -1 .- ''',. -'''.- ,,,:'
' -, ,--,'::-" "",,,.... 4 '. :' Me,k of course' I treat 'this Brubkir charactei with
yr
' 1 : ''''''''' '''''''' the' darkest strspicioil; He Setshimself tip Asa' the share-s
,i...
' ' ''',..,,,, ---- -I' , holder of. the only share ins,the Panama Canal Company.,
,i----
i '.' '' ,, ,, ,)tet I hear t..bat no stich 'document-as this share actually
!: ------ ,,,,,,.4?,,,.-, ..,i ,e!ii,ats; ,.... ,,,(., , i ,,r ,; ,,,., .., .L.,,:,. f
I' .1;04 ...--..'-' ''''''''' 7::::' ',. ' ,,' What sort of 6ucket 3shop operati.o.n.' is-this guy run run)
) run) .Z.,i'd,), ' 4 4. d ' ' '''. ning? Non-existent shares, egad! Famihar,talk during the
...,
.--- '''' 192) trash and ominous as ever in the current slump.
. s ...dellosh,,; ' n. '0 It I '
' -: -',' If it le4 bucket.shoil operation, I vow s, run in
.-- ,,,,.,-,--, 3 I 4 ',,, .....
;12,1 . ''..; ..,!,, 1 collusion with,the Dredging Division. Never under-estimate
' ,L.r.:,-..:Y i' 1 s; the deviousness of gentry -involved,in such affairs. Je ,,
..- ,.,- iLc.' '''-'.,.'''1'.:, I r',,, 7, '. Of-the notables I haie' dbserved -OnIthis--"Outward
I
' ''''; ''''"--rvic-2'..c. '''' 'I 4 ', i:Otk" project lot potter's, lwould put. InternationSI Ladies
' ' i ''Garment Workers ()MOWS Dave Dubinsky away ahead of
- Cruck0c. Si' si. sPeaker. fUrthermoret I, think ,"Outwaid
I' 01 '' 't
N' '-'-itt'''n' d' hrin
' Lock" altogether too grand, and phony a erm to stomach
t.,.' ;': -; ,. -: -, i': : ,-,';',,- :, ritutiv'ICtiger.; Wheriver a:Standout, of any.' sort In any
ri-, ?:::.,,.. -, ::', - field Comes' down the,pike, give him:the microphone and
,1 7 -; ' : ' .'' let Zortians heir hisgersich of what makes' his particular
-- - , 4'. Y'heck of the !woods tick.', rustleburn'or, rot. But a plague
Pyear' i -fun blood;" One flower -'ori inspirational titlec such as,"Outward Look.11 Frightens
stalk. was at least 25 It.;-, high le1. .':, simple-sourZontalis from taking an Inwartl-,Look into B,al B,als;
s; B,als; 11 -. ,
'loaded', with pale greed ., tioweks
:boa Theater, at thsitheduled time.-- t'' ''' '''', -.'';,2'.' -- ,,
like overliezd apple blos9ms. -' .,,, ,,..4 Eft b : B k :''vti outranked end alrtlitk' tKue
Traifie was dot heavy: et is the, - ,, ay e rucs er a ,, ,
streetor iti the lane. 4 .passed a -, idmirell bf thrOUtvvarcl Look,avere helping fill the house
xi min on.,a gray mule that leolv s' It the' ShOili Whidild,foltovikpci ,I)im:--"Peyien Place7WitIP
ed as old as his, fider,-A 7little' ,.. -.

ea it, 01(1 INS riaerk-A 7 littl
a:,large- tin ;of water,
irom stile' river on 'bet bead, had
,the "walk -of a queent',.,A barking
dog Ttishld out,. at but 'per 'perhaps
haps 'perhaps hav ng heard of tbe Old say-,
ifig did not bite me,
.
aingle,.,sign 'beside did' , ruts1
that awairrned down ;the lane,
warned;" NtIlidestrians;" walk on
the street to avoid accidents." 11,
followed, the instructions told had
no accident& ,

rt:

Although, toquete is not on old
Aown towns in Panama. some
of the old Spanish cutoms remain.
One is the serenade about which I
learned as the chaperon of ,three
pretty Teenagers., In fact I learn learned
ed learned About several serenades be.
fore left, Boquete...
, One night ,ifter dinner the
Pnamonte Inn. we saw the
serenaders pass.; The ,girls could
not get home without being seen
so they, hid behind elump or
hydrangeas and trompeta' bushes
while the gallants sang sweetly
to an empty house. -
no,dern touch was 'the fact
that the serenaders carried a
special plug for the electric light
cord on the. front porch for con.
necting uplheit electric guitar.

,t,Ortwcw!go,Amatenctomo.wegow.i
,,..;,. '
1 i

REVERE 'STAMP This'new
'25,cent stamp honors Paul Re-
vett and features a. ,Gilbert
-Stuart ,likeness 'of 'the', patriot.
Latest el ihe!"Liberty" postage ','
sericite it 'will be placed On Sik le
at Boston, Mass., on, Apra ftt,,
the .183rd anniversary., of ,Re- '6,
Vere,'s larneus ride to-nvarn the
colonists of the approach of the t
British troope :

, The modern procest for
making 'margarine ;dates from
the work of the rrench sden sden-
- sden- ttsrHippolyte MgeiMourtet in
1870,- He called the product
, uoleanargarine"because he
used in it oleo olls--oils of
buttery -consistency derived
from beef tallow. Vegetable
oils have rePlaced animal fats
in modern margarine.
Eritannle Jr Encyclopedia
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street, or the lane, j.passed adMiretL tbrOutward Leek-were helpinz fill be house
014 Min 011.4 graY mule that 1?elt-''-, at the', sholAfi whith,,folfovipd Place' kAtitls
pci.as ?id as tlis' f'iderk-A 7httle' ,tt A I

!::'Tarry 'Mtiore. and., Lana Tuther. Both :as outward4i any. ',!'
'one ,., , z
..noW.; if BruCkei'.2, cable' Up :, With' :theesitake :
th",Missett,-,Turnerind-MoOre 'holding each- end.
Ihe solitary,. and ,nibulouti'eanarne Caper Company ahars..
-outWard:';look Would :havi-1,reat'fieci',ite ttpioge
, ae Whet haen"ttheitO dayi.' Sputniks,- Explorer" arid Aqui..
0,.:ROYd!, :
4ilrucker' pain iNith any': such Sort of,- !.
,.'t:at111,1COrnediant. With::.,the gags :about Pptte( y.,n;
itirrn, a line on the right) -he xould ;have drawn a,bettes
thak;', hok'ilid; Monday. when, all ;:he ;
-lexplanation,, 'by One Of the',-AiTtericarts :ciutilifiecr
knw,'!of ,What,goet witb' the .taxpayere'. definite buck to toLikewise'
Likewise' toLikewise' what with :the panarnt Cana4 :and
ita-share.' ".': :
Right is of about now, tile' brayer" and theAleateri
who. are frever.,decrying the' position, of the average Pan. ". :
Canal r hind Are pised on 'wobbly foundations,. They don't :
--teem' to be' 'much interested,- after judging, from;the
,.attendanc'e it, Brucker!): ,epeech.,-, :
do;,hot. deny- for, an instant 'that Orator Eirucker's
phraie'is jette:then freel-IminteCtiaatierne to be
:favorOf the Pentagon:4,nd Ceps: Canaveral. and:against :.
KremlinWhile'-his-poeition' on- motherhood 'and ,mal- I
remaineC.unstated7 Konclay,, ant may ';',evert be.,
',classified,-,1' would yentOre lb, say that they' would' prob:i
: ably:verge-Ott the pOlitically, orthodoi, :Judge4, on hie
formince 'at,. the '',Belboa Theater,-,Bruckerz alourit
, thar clear:4)011111k Phrase Koi- the 'bubbling notion;
:'.: :It ,li'con6eivable that,Adlai.,,Steyertsort. or Winston.
'Churchill Could, prove a more. thought''p;r6Vokitg:.,;.. I
:: It la certain that NyaSivan :
"' ": ButAvOuld :thy' of"these -three, last-mintionecrgentle.
et' ...Manage tO-PUtd,raWlerii Wore' in 'the, Balboa Thee-
"; ter? .,1"reluctatitly boncede: there is .rdm fitr?",dotibt:17.3
4 heart and mind, of '416e- Zonitim ii !irrevocably oriented :;
'Jwards'thighs rather.tlah arid so, much for. the :
,Outward. .:
dq:i., remain Connie ,Of'-.1onrshots Who 'lust
, might ,- mapage: to ;get ,the:,' Balboa.-Theiter almost. as ,,
,.'srovided,'et ,,the Balboa' SoWling Alley.:4i: the'and, of, a
PanCanal morking''dav :
My, homihations:.; Rep.. 'Danlei arid
, Aqu' Who', Boyd 1,There Indeedz,a certain a.7
rnetunt. Of ',Canal' ;on", intereet ttiii gentlemen !,,at
:,the pretentlime: 4
-,' If lthe'Commissery,'Division is' -intereeted, ther,e is, a,
-.'E"niOket :b&iinadit Litt ittithg- then-dp 'in a twO-shot 'debate y, :1,'
' .One ",night 'ill,. the :Canal :,, Zone and, the ,(rther ,nightl in, '':
,iPanitnia...ethen,..:ali:, lifting '',.'down 'such' iinwanted'Aruk
',farm end chicken :farm, produce asma be rottihg round
Miarnt:Markets:! 7!. : ; : ,!
So far ,:as :the' ,night in.- Piharrtii:
PanaManian authorities Would, be willing Act:. perthit to Jet
these' delicaciec ',, enter:, thi.,:.republiC,
- they' Ore trarteported by Jai outfielder ,with, ii-good arm. t
' As' ,being written in Holly :Week'''. there hi no
rOorrt for, any,but Christian thoughts towards the Zohe's :
ohronisr gripers: Would Only.. say that' whin" Potter"pta- ;
CILICO'! for:" themJ, speakers'. of the -position.. or:caliber-4)f
''an& Brucker to offer erilightentnent an 'admit
.!sof 'tite;thitIoC probleme .thiS, the'gripers
wotild. do well to show ,up ithui : :
One'atiall :cohceisiont,)'.Zonians :deserve,' to', ba ex.
,:cipsed the sPurious 'profundity of such a title is: the ,!!'Out..."
, Wtd took.7-4', : :
Outward Lode,' BaOkWards Look, Spitball Look 'what
the hell.. : '
.

, -,
' "ArMy,.Secretary Brucker will speak.... 4-, t
''' .. "Top uniOhiSt Dave Dubinsky Will speak
v.- -
... -"Top political brain Adlai Stevenson will speak.t,."
,- :"Top political brawn Nikita Khrushchev will speak.:."
r ' Any Zonian too,illiterate to, know who'e who in his
,-, coinitry's oe the- world's. biz leagues doesn't know 'the
Balboa Heights' Outward 'Look from the J Street:Cross-
rieyed.t.Ook, And is not' ibliut to'forego his, if,ter,noOn b'eer
-- to lerret out' the difference.' .:' '. ', .. -,. ;,,, -',, i
' ,''' PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTNT this week is coupled
r with the name of Flood, which in all lsthmian minds. sig-
- nifk,s,. of course.:the Atrantic-stde dry, sealon and ittef- (,,
-facts on the Cold Coast Twilight League scheduli..Taking.
tt
-', less time than Noah to fight off these floods, Powe"1 t
submerged OHS Alumni 5-1 to put toget r a 6-2 sect' :,l.
1 half won-lost record, and ', -,-( ,,,,,,,
1562- - ' ' i
' Was enough to tet them up as champs ok the

oild half, mid o-f the eeiions.

1

auu' t ha not "found
- favored' spo-C-,
- led "-Snow White?' but ,it vmattin't ,naPn, .n.aving,tteard of ,the bid sa
, days before die -ilea:
therm Boquete would -be a favored nonl. Pete, with the' Caldera River ing, dut not bite
ontintry Which is-generally, spotted ","'s prig , r

:
'let 2
Y'hock
ne flower 1,ort
high se'
, tIMEI
tiowers
ossorns. u a4
t is the,
passed a atimi
that 10'01(-, s;, ti
-A 7little'
;of Water
head, had one :
N barking
but, 'per. :-
Old,say-,
th
- then
ruts. al IA
the lane, lino,
walk. on
'dents,"

22-p)
tre in
nego- MOP
lissile 1
',S. You n
" Certain 11
mold been en
goinfutgefeenabwomui
coo-, in Patio
loos- I have
Foos Darien t

,
,,,,,,
,,,, ,,
-,
' Th n Silk Fccding Trousth
-, I
f J T'.
, N - '- f ,'e f i .1. .' '.. '
.
,,,.: ,, , t,,, .,..
'-',:, '''' ,...1 , ,: i4-ey.tel4 : l 4 :
' ; ' ' -.' ' L,', ''''''' 'L,'' ( 41- r1 .' L---- --: -'
,,,,,,,.........-----
1
- , ,- ,, ,. .1 4 'I' 1 .''''' '''' ' L', : ,.. :
' . , ,' ;,' ...' .4 ;'''' n I YOU LO,-C, ,...I
. -- 'r. - ' ,,,' ".. !4 t ,' -.,. ,...- '',,. ant-infested Lunch
, s , .. .... 1 ', '.N, 1,, -' .i, gleti.,, whole year throu,-Th
- ' ,, .-- - :'.. tr t : v 4 Washington) Loves 1
hP000ttf etre rtryootsu
1 .. ,, , .. 4 .:,',.:Lt'l.f.:,. -1'1, ,.. ',..:-, ;-:;:' '1 ','-' 4'....' ,,,--) 4-4' '''', .'3nlinuammtbhEeer.s.
, ' .4. i - jf,, ." '- ' Secretary of tho
)?,,,'
. ""-... ''' : -- '' ..' 1-- v- 4 man in the Panama C
,,,
, ception of Sadeye S
- - - -,,'-- '., -.,, s ' -rt s 'N) -0 ,,,. ;" a 1
e -. -, ,,--- ,..',-, , 41,, ,,,12, .-0,, i i worth the while t
r : .; i 7,--.""61411C,,,,-,' i..N .. 1', -' ', ,4,,,,a,- Al.,
)
-- 1, Balboa Theater las
,- '' : ,', '., s.,,, --no- ,- ..Sidb.s, ,1 It- --7- 7)'10-.- ; 't- Brucker' had to say
- , ''s '-...AINN -,,,,..',- '''', 'I t 1'. sy,, '..' - .. Ora a miseralo
(,.,, ,, ,, ., ., ..,,, ,. dy
,..
,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,.,,, .,,,, ereete enough in 1
,. ,, -,.... ',. ,,,.,,e f, ., ..
4$,,-,-"'
il '. "ij....,'''-',?-:, t $.
2 1 17troPta,1-
- it'',-- ,.k,,,s, right then, do the ab
', the air with chokinc
, ,,, ,,,,,, -,,- -- Minister,Aquiline Co
I 'I- '' ,,. --,-..,t ,,,,,, ;...... .., ,... .., ,-, -: Canal Zone Credit t
) 1,. i k f(t.'1,,I;, z0",' ,,, ,,t ', .... :':. 00- ".,-,...' shouldn t be in the s
, -. i
q:::34
7-, 4'',1--s.-..,!!, - ",",, 4 ,,, ..,-- Why weren't th
. t, , ''--", ''' l ..dc-4,' ,,,,.,-, :go:7; ...,,,: ..ol f- ',.cif 'hitter Cr,ucker m
. ,,
,,
B 1,111p-- .- .,'''', ,t!- ii ', , i" , r''',1:- ,' ', uition? Or on any' o
.
.
I t (,, :
1111 oh
i 4 k, ..,:, -;: ., ,be eavy gnping rig
I t0 evil') Cv0 ', ,. ' -.''', ..',,,,,,i",--11. ', .,4 ; Mel', of .coure,
) .;Y:-:! ::;,
,.0 the darleest susp c ci
f ft'' ; ',' I ti FR,,1 r '" ;,,,04,,,....7"- S,,, ,
'' 1 '.."."--''....--- ?'',.0f.'s),' ',Wider ot the only st
' p ...alio
? t ,..,..-..--
. , ,,tL.,1 .f 1 FR1wi 11 -7-dg::1 ,,,...ir, , ,)zet I hear-t,1,'bat no si
,, 1'4' b''''1' -- ii,,,, ';',,,..- t, e?iists'.' ''.--
1 L....,,,,,
--, ,,,,,,,,:.,,,,. ,,,,, What "sort- f bu
. ,
' ,, -A-3 '' ning? Non-existent sl
' ,;r-, ,,.,
.....----- --, .......116:. , 192) trash, oOd omi
,..........., 6t,s'- ps. s,
1
' - 1'; -1,'' If it 13'4 bucket
.......--
' I l."----44e it' 77-1-14,,i""-- '", - :'-'';:'' I 1" 'sc Ilusio-n -with,the Dro
' g-- if-,-,.;z,f2. 1 1 0
4-.'.,-, ; the deviousness of g
-- -..,,,,,--, ,,.zz. ,',. ,z,l, '. Of-the notables
jp$41. - -- .44U Ureic. ISC '.. !I 4 :
- - ' ' ' Look" project bf rott
1....,
5 ,, ,, , ,..: , 1, :, ,, .,.,,' : , 1,;Garment,V,Vbrkers Ur
, UM
'''' Half a Col n More oriess-- Not'i ands rin t,,,Cruckitc. es ,i.,'sPeaki
' -,, ,, , ,,.''-, , '117 i, trook,1, altogether too
' ' '' -' z f ;. ',, ,,. '.,--' :,' -. ,!., .,., ,rnuch,longer.; Wbere;
- ' ' 11 '''CREDE CALHO II -, ,,..... -- :,
!,,, .. .. ,, .y -field tomes' down the
, ., '. : '' t .-' let Zotilarts heir hisl
,
i 44 , ., t.,,, , z --- -t, r .- .. ''. .. .- -' Y neck.of the Avoods til

-,,,d,ii toe tneY
' colonists' of the...a-p-pr';ach 01 t,be t '
" f .. TT ;. -, ., , : .. ; -,. ;Intervale(' op,,,,.., r r
A N 1 1 f r4-- '
- 10'iLr' '..,..,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,.....4,,,,,,,,;,.i.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, living a socreec11:81 1,,
, British t
, ,, . .,,1 il toe Pileonwtaangeoens- courtssk
tihileed
' Il; ' '' '''';', '''. '-'' ' '. k '-' ., 7' rhos-. homes are in California; but elk
' ' ' . ''' 1- ' '' ' m le at Cape rl.., -- - - ...roorn
ill ,, ,,, ,,,,, .,,, f. who. work, for exit. p
-------': ,, ,,cliroi
ol --2 . ' - .. '-,-, e Cpnavcral, they will pot ,hang a ,
41 ', i ..!.'.. f::, iti;ind long and take a' cut in plY. ,, 1 II olt ',-, dUCO:
I ''''.--''':' !, Tn this case, somebody had bet-
..--- tONI li V4 1 ri- v r- 1. ' :: ,:' 040
, .4' ,
s '''....; '-.. ter have ,a good pitching arm .:
1,-..-s' d f; i ',. a A, 141 .of itti
.i ,- -4. ,-, r' '1' '' i,.. ''''''
"..... A .,', WOlft
,7:1 ''. .: '1, have to throvr the 11,4eitt, .. ',,,
tle moons by band. .. , :, ,, 4, 1 N ,,
. ,
tt 1 ,--,,, -4,0,
0.'; '.. they'll
r) , 9"""1"1 'f.. ...x-S-.::.';''',-1.-.:,..-.- ,": .7777, ':, '' :- .:'
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signed: to the Adiutant, General
Section, lufters is- losing little
time:getting back into the habit
' Of long houra of 'practice which
, are so essential to a good pianist.
He related that prior to entering
the Army before Christmas, he
practiced an average 01 six or
seven hours a day.
.tutters, e, cum lande graduate
, Bostott ,utiversity withw a
iter's degree in pianoo wants
to study either,in parts or Vienna
after completing his Military
'-eservice; At present he li Vacat Vacating
ing Vacating primarily in preparation for
a, highly competitive Fulbright
Scholarship, His, selection alM be
Rachmaninott's ,Plano Concerto
Number 2 in c Minor, which WM
be ',taped; and sent either to
Washington or NeW York CitY

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, -Begin Ong, Plano lessons at
the ,age 'of five, In his' borne
toWn of Sleet City, has
)sindet 'A lexander
Porovskyq ,,,, Boston; Knot,
.1. Andersen, the present head of
Abe New Orleans Opera COM,
Vany; And Ward' Swingle,'-helv
In Plirls end a former puPil or.
' thetlate Walter Cieseldng4
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" As4. loriner with' the
'nowt City Symphony 'Orchestra,
Zuffers has appearedin concerts,
' 'withr,threa ther orchestras, In
3954 be won the Iowa concerto
auditions, andappeared 'with the
' Cedar Rapidsitymphofiy.' -40,
' the nationally' ',known'
'musidal festival in Interlochen,
Mich., ', he ;' played with r.the
InterlochenBonors Orchestra as,
a featured plantst.,,While etudy etudy:
: etudy: trig 'With Watd Bwinglel at
, Mordingside College !Jan
City, Juffers' played with the
Morningside College, Charnher
Orchestre. '
, In the centrie hor his Idrmal
studied also at

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Soviet, 1 air Commissioner
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conference ,that Stverat dogr
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altitude and hrought back bY
parechute be ce display,
,,' along with ,11 replica of '"Sputhik
and' various satellite-tracking
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,-, lkIEW YORIC CUP)--Song writer
, Cole Porter,,,, 64, Wag reported in
excellent condition in Harkness
Pavilion, of Columbia-Presbyterian
IVedical Center Friday after am amputation
putation amputation of his right leg because
' cf throttle osteomyelitis, a bone
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' ''''rte disease resulted from a fall
from a horse 20 years ago.. The
Foperation was performed Thurs.
' d'IY,There was no indication. how
AF,iog Porter would remain in the
'hospital. ,

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. :, Strains from Rechinaninoff's :
:7 Piall0 Concerto No.'2 in C Minor i::.
,: came floating out thrbugh the
Pen windows of the service ihib, '-,':
, ,Sollowed byan Intricate Set ,of ,-, .1i
; miming scales; a smattering of '; ,.;
; Bach's French Suite and the pop .;'.:
:: tune, lAullaby of Proadway,., ',' :: :i
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y concert pianist, ArmyPvt: Lee .,,g
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Leo Juffers jazz fan
besides behig great Admirer
of Bach. 41 was never- allowed
,,to. play jazzi tor my teachers
thought it was too
ciplined as compared 'to the
, classics, he said. Nevertheless
'he b an ardent listener,- and
manages to slip in a few chords

$630. ,
-The law, increasei Irdm 412 'to
4S per cent the interest rate on
GI housing loans. 'rhe Veterans
Administratiob is expected to or
der the increase into effect late
this week. I
. Mason also put Into effect Im Immediately,
mediately, Immediately, and the VA later this
week, the law's repeal of all dis discount
count discount controls on FHA 'and GI
mortgages. A mortgage 'discount
is tbe difference between the
amount actually, advanced by the
b3nder 010 faego V31118 Of tilet
loanthe tmouht that must be
repaid.
The laW"provIder"1,500,000,000
for ,,the Federal National,' Mort Mortgage
gage Mortgage Ass& to buy up secondary

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livAsmNotobt 111(-- Starting rE
today, homes,. financed by FHA- al
insured loans can,,be purchased ,'
with' lower dovm payments:-
' This reduction is one of ,the
principaU,provisions of a- $1.850 sr
000,000 anti:recession ,housing b 1 w
signed into law Tuesday by Pres- el
ident Eisenhower. The .legislation
dedgned tb apeed the building lo
of 200,000 homes ,this year and to
create 500,000 notrjobs.,
4 Eisenhower gave his' approval
to Ape, bill, somewhat reluctantly.
He 'conceded it will. create new
lobs, "ut said in an tmusual mes message
sage message to Congress that it will also
saddle the taxpayers with "a
wholly, -Unnecessary biuten of up
to one billion dollar's" by fOrcing
the government to' assume obliga obligation
tion obligation which. rightfully belongs to
business. 4. ,.
Here tire 'the major, provisions
of 'the legislation and when they
will take effect: 21.
Federal Housing Commissioner
Norman Mason.. ordered the
lower down ps y men t, rata on
FHA-insured mortgages, into ef effect
fect effect immediately. rhe,reduetion
win apply ,not',only 'to new- appli appli'cationsi,
'cationsi, appli'cationsi, but 'to those already on
file and not yet'processed.f
The downpayment- requirements
in the past have been three per
cent on the first $10,000' of 'value,
15' pet ,cent- Of the next $6,000 and
30 per, tent' of additiOnal value.
The new Jaw lifts the first 'track,
et to $13.500. Thui, 04 a house
valued at $15,000 the downpay downpayment
ment downpayment ,trimmed 'fTOM $1,030 to

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STAFF OFFICERS of the 1st. Battle Group, .20thAntafitry of Fort Kohbe, pose for-their first
' official group photograph, taken at pokt iheadquarters. Four of the five officers assumed du du'ysties
'ysties du'ysties officially at a,battle group parade 114 'Tuesday. ,Shown in the photograph' are, front row,
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to-r) MO:Robert ID, Danforth, 1-nettling asitutinti; Lt. Col. Benjamin Cl.Taylor, Incoming,
executiveofficet;. capt, Robert WI gtrect',''S1.27 Officer'. -Badk row. (I, to r): Maj. owen R
- Cirogans Jr;', Incoming operationsLnfficer. ands Maj. Robert F, Wood, incoming supply officer.,
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AT THE CONCERT 'GRAND .L4, Private' Leo hiffer.'i ierl
!Amador.7' spends,,' muck of his 'off-duty time, at. piano
practice., He holds a ,masters degree -in.'musie.. and hopes .to
continue his studies .4n Europe.:: (U.S., Army ',Phote).,,s,
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with Bach aid Debussy;''
1 1.,etweett basic training et trod
Carscin,' Colo., and clerk-typist
'school at,Fort 'Ord, Calif., Juffers
las had, little- time for practice
so r: the .c music 'rooms ',at the
Amador service,- club be
resounding with Bach,' Beetho Beethoven,
ven, Beethoven, Debussy, Rachmaninoff and
an occasionally sneaked-in Geor George
ge George Shearing. : I

mortgagei tinder special 1 assist assistance
ance assistance programs.
The law extendsffor -two Years
the VA's llirect home loan, pro program
gram program to veterans who live in
small' tovms and rur a areas
where' private financing is': not
easily, -available., It adds SOO
lion dollars to Vic, timds, forsuch,
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York, New Orleans, Loa Angeles, San Francisco
, and Seattle.,

1PECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER TARES FROlti
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To liew York and Iteturn $240.00
'Ts' Les Ante les and San Pianeisto and
Returning' from Los, Angeles $27000
To' ,Seattle and,Retiarn $305.00

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LONDON,' April S That peo- be found in many of the
ple should eat their bust tickets at ries-old Universities.
the end of the journey, and so
help to keep the streets clearn, ,.. LOWER PRICES
was one of the bright proposals --
at a "Keep Britain Tidy" rally Ralf the fun of tour
in London the other day. Tickets. course! is, in meeting nev
it was suggested, coulti, be made and muting with people wl
of edible rico paper. gle on life is perhaps a 11
- But why stop at bus tickets? ferent from one's own.
Newspapers, which. cause most For. the majority of 1,C
'litter.' could be made diblo t6o, wealth visitors there are r
and we could then devour their differences to be met 1
contents in more ways than one. Britain, butthe sharing of
Food. containers might be simi- mon origin does not exch
larly consumable, and if beer andi delicious "other dimensioni
soft drinks could.. be served lilting that comes of being it
tasty gelatine capsules instead of 'ar coimtry. -, -
glass bottles, an entire picnic )k At all events, overseas
spread under the old oak i trev will find the people .. of
could vanish at a sitting. good companions. They ar
iBritain's lovely countr'iside happier crowd than at the
would then remain "this demi-Far- the financial crisist last :
adise, this precious) sfone set in her. A cut in the Bank Ra
1
-the silver sok!' as it always hall f to 8 per tent, such as 1
bbeen hi the centrueis since just had; IS like ,a tonic. 1
Shakespeare. ' ',, feels are reflected in the
' ' '2, 1' . The Battle against infla
"TOURIST CENTRE not yet won. but -c confide

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'rhe Anti oo. Litter campaign is
gathering force all over the Unit United
ed United Kingdom:And with good rea reason.,
son., reason., Everyone has a bigger stake
than' ever in the beauties and at at,
, at, tractions of these islands, for have
we not heard from the lips of Gra Graham
ham Graham Erroll Mmself he is Par Parliamentary
liamentary Parliamentary Secretary to the Board
of Trade that Britain hat beH
the ,world's 'leading tOurist cen-'
tre? Visitora from overseas,spend
More 'money in Britain every
yearthe says; than in countries
like Switzerland, Italy, Austria and
France;
A good play or film sells itself;
the news soon spreads and attend attendances
ances attendances go up.
..The same must be true to tour tourism
ism tourism in the 'United Kingdom,' for
how else can we explain the ever evergrowing
growing evergrowing cascade of guesta across
our shores by sea and air, every
year? '
Since World ,War II, Britain's
tourist industry has brought in
42,380,000,00C in foreign currency,
besides 31,050,000,000 earned by
British air and shippIng lines in
transporting:visitors and the tr
luggafe,4- ,
4 Last year receipt!' from tourism
were $358,400,000. The industry
produced more dollars than our
exports of ;' electrical machinery,
whisky and- chemical', 'which
uYillit something, and even beat
'our record .receipts. for woollen
goods, aircraft and, petroleum ex exPrts
Prts exPrts SPREADING LOAD
:Erroll is confident 'that in 1958,
we shall welcome ,more oversea
guests than ever probably $1,-
, 250,000. '
' It Is Ileartening to' lust; front
him that the hotel end catering
industry is facing up to the chat chatlengeLast
lengeLast chatlengeLast year hundreds more
bedrooms were added to London's
' hotel accommodation, and, there
is a drive te provide at least
3000 more,
, ,is specially important be because,'
cause,' because,' although tourists lite to
range cover as much as ,possible
of this variegated little countrya
world in miniature ,, they nearly
all want' to spend at least a few
days In the capital, home of the
Mother of, Parliaments at West Westminstere
minstere Westminstere and to take a glimpse at
colorful Piccadilly Circus, "the
parish ?Imp of the Commo n

London Is web Magnet,' b
fact, that the caterers, backed by
the 113ritish Travel and Holidays
Association, would like to encour encourage
age encourage traveller to get out of the
Big City more often.
They could spread tit load by
calling Itt the seaside resorts and
the romantic and historical cathe cathedral
dral cathedral cities and towns, and uirtp uirtpling
ling uirtpling Britain's fine ,mmtry itms.
Erroll has a, thought for guests
wishful of combining a little busk buskness
ness buskness with pleasure. He envisages
industrial tours for businesstnen
and students., D3 the 'summer re recess
cess recess restful, Accomodation ,.could

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'name a finer list of challenges to
match up to the buoyant age in
which we live.

LIKE RUBBER A metal
' which bends amd snaps like
rubber is held' by Prot David
S. Lieberman, University of 11-
linois metallurgist The bar is a'
crystal of gold-cadmium, whose
, properties are being investigat investigat,
, investigat, ed by the professor. Olt display
at the Imiverxity's annual Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Open House,' the alloy
v411 be featured in an exhibit at
'the 1958 World's Pair in Brno Brno-
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r Hall the fun of touring,. of
course, is, in meeting new faces
,t and mixing with people whose an angle
gle angle on life is perhaps a little dif different
ferent different from one's own.
t For, the majority of ',Common ',Common,
, ',Common, wealth visitors there are no racial
differences to be met with in
Britain, but. the sharing of a com
mon origin does not exclude that
delicious "other dimensional" feel feel'ling
'ling feel'ling that comes of being in anoth anoth.'er
.'er anoth.'er country. a4 ,
)4,, At all events, overseas guests
will find the people of Britain
good companions. They are a far
happier crowd than nt the time of
the financial crisist last Septetn Septetnher.
her. Septetnher. A cut in the Bank Rate from,
to 8 per tent, such as we have
just bad; is like a tonic. The ef effects
fects effects are reflected in the faces.
The Battle against inflation' is
not yet won, but -cconfidence in
the pound sterling has been re re.
. re. gained. Today, our gold and dot dot'
' dot' lar reserves ,are higher than at
' any time since May 1954.
' Housewives are smiling, t o e.
Food and clothing prices are com coming
ing coming down. They -do not, need to be
told,that the February official index-
for groceries and provisions
dropped to 92.1. the lowest since
January 1956.
,a ".
-A tour ,round the shops tells all
eggs cheaper than for leer,- but butter
ter butter prices dropping, and h a m
and canned fruits also down.'
, Clothes, too,. are,r reduced in
price. Men'a socks' are, said to be
coming down fast, but price re reductions
ductions reductions are 'most noticeable in
women's' knitwear, skirts, blouse
and mylon lingerie., 2.a.
- GOOD CITIZENSHIP
The theme of less expensive
clothes offers a useful' footnote
with the, news that tiothes sense
and good grooming will be among
the subjects for the Duke of Edin Edinburgh's
burgh's Edinburgh's Award when it is ixtend ixtended
ed ixtended to girls of the Commonwealth
Septembery. ,
' When the 'Duke instituted, the
scheme for boys last year girls
were quick !to agitate for a share
in the glory. Now a, pilot scheme
has been worked out and 'has re received
ceived received Royal approval,
4
, The, Award will 4 be given at
three -stages., Girls will be,, able
to qualify for Stage One after
they. are 45, and for the. third
stage between 11 and 20.
The tests are:in four sections
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Adventures in Living; and Giving

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-,- 4,s' The Canal Zone branch' of the National League el
"-Afnerkan Pen Women have issued invitations te an auto autoTraphing
Traphing autoTraphing party fer Mrs. Patricia Markus' whose new book,
t :first Book of the ?IMMO& Canar will be released en April
t-as nit date et the party coincides with the release' date
4 yhe party will be bed In the League's Little Gallery at
4' the Tivoli Guest Rouse. Tea wilt be served from four to six
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Vacationing at Tabega
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Jr GuarJr and his lamily are spend spendt
t spendt tug the holiday week-end -at their
, family, home on Tabol Island.
;Returns From ,
',Stateside Visit :
r Mrs. ,James,A. Cooper
Toed' to her -home in Fort Hob,
1 )y0011004 s seveo-,week's visit
441"relstives in the States She
ado the visit ,while ber husband,
ilet;',gooper'was in Rio, Hato train trainisig
isig trainisig with Co. 34th Armor :
) Fashion
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',dr of Rainbow for Mitt will hold
fashion show and tea at the Ti-
'Yoh. Guest House on April 19 from
TIP kg.m. The latest teen-age
! styKs be featured by Maduri Maduritokspd,
tokspd, Maduritokspd, hair styles will be by Brea.
'prizes 'will be given. The
Vice of, admission is 8100;
"t114torry Heights t Wements .,
' lt-tIttlut To Meet Wednesday
l4;.4 The QUarry 'Heights Women's
hold their mo4tlitY meet meet'
' meet' a .inS-tand coffee Wednesday at 0:30
the Quarry Heights OW,-
Club. Hostesses will be Mrs.
"E.'"St Sass, Mrs. L. M. Meier, and
'" 191rs. L, Waltz..
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Margarita Volunteer Corps Pmg, and ended with a triple
if !sets Officers 1 -, 4 murder spree. ,
r-,-7he ladies of the Margarita Vol- ,,, Trial was recessed today I:fe I:fe1
1 I:fe1 nteer.Corps held election of offi- cause of Good rriday: 1"
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carstalong, with graduation exep
cieeAlet the Service Center Wednes
tdai. 'Twenty ladies 'received cer
Wiest, froM John H. De, tabar
the American lted Cross and
1 gapt. W. G. Dolan representing
Civil Moist for completion of the

caraailong, with graduation exer. Martin, 42, store-owneri re recleeest
cleeest recleeest the Service Center Wednes lated to tiefeni attorneys, Thurs.
dai. 'Twenty ladies 'received cer- daY at t e murder trial of truck
tificatsts froM John H. De, Leber driver Thomas Whitaker the ser sera(
a( sera( the American 'Red Cross and les of events leading to the out
Capt. W. G. Dolan representing burst of violence at the business businessCivil
Civil businessCivil Difinst for completion of the man's home June 25.
class taught by Mrs. Cbarlottelien ' t 4
, Whitaker', aPparentl enraged at
' a divorce court's decision giving
his children tto their mother,. in inVEDcwopp
VEDcwopp inVEDcwopp vaded Martin's fashionable home
with a shotgun.: There be, il!ygedly
4: killed his ex-wife, 1Irs. Alma
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Newly elected ofliCers fro, Mrs.
Maxine Carpenter, zone warden
Mrs. Virginia Kleefk ZS, assistant
tone warden; Mrs, Astrea Brooks,'
first aid warden ankMrs. Frances
Whitlock, secretary.

St. Luke's Ladies
Guild Will Moot
The Evening Guild Meeting of
St. Luke', Cathedral will be held
Tuesday at t:30., The Bev.. Sem
Walden Will sddress the group. All
ladies of the pariah are invited.
Barr Colorado
, Barr ,Colorad Island will be
the subject of the seventh lecture
in the Balboa 'YMCA-USO's Out,
door Adventure Series scheduled
for Tuesday evening. Dr. Martin
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Zusinessman Stewart atilt told
court jury how a casual 're,
lationship with a trucker OeVel OeVeloped
oped OeVeloped into friendohiP, wile,awap
Wit It Off
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tin Martin described how I he first met
Whitaker in 1955 when the truck
driver m!de deliveries to several
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' ascii Reties fee inclusion' la this
Immo should Ito sulineitted
hne-writteit form and ensiled et
'the hos ourobee listed dally in ler.
els end Otherwise." et 'delivered
hp Mod to the Of fiCe NItitle
tamed Ito scioptod bt
telephone. ' ,
Atoll Btrith Meeting
An important business imeeting
will be held Monday at 8 p.m. in
the Community Hall of the Kol
Shearith Israel of the B'nal
right'Irving Zapp chapter.
All members are wiled to of oftend.
tend. oftend. ',"
discuss the history and ,develop ,developmeat
meat ,developmeat of the island.
Barro Colorado is one of Pena Penama's
ma's Penama's natural wonders, its balance
of power providing a selfsuffielent
plant and animal community. It is
under the supervision of the
Smithionian Institute. 1
Dr. Moynihan will tell of his ex.
periences there and will show col color
or color slides 0 ithe island and its in inltabitants.'
ltabitants.' inltabitants.' i
The program will begin at 710
and is open to the public without
'Ian Ends,
et. Spree
of his .storee. Thettwe hit it off,
he said, and often double-dated
with thek wives. ,
t became Oared
,
ger' said, that his wife Doroth3'
was falling in, love with Whitsker
;''sShe seemed to enjoy. being
with him," he said. "She told how
he enjoyed hunting and fishing,
whiCh I did not, add seemed to
pick out the things he 2did and
I did not do." '4
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Eventually, "Dot was spending
more time with Tom than witk
me," be said. "I was left slone
with AlTa whi'e' they 'were done.
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oon e gan 0 realize 'Whit.
aker's wife was 'a l'fine woman,"
Martin said. Whitaker. meanwhile
had asked his wile for a divirce,
, Aro Grown Poop!'
isWe 'are grown people," Msrtip
said he told the others when the
four met in the Whitaker kitchen
to lbresh things out. "-It ,,is quite
evident Tom and Dot are inteCest inteCested
ed inteCested in each other, and we should
be !able : to work out our, prob.
lem."
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Double. divorces and re-marrlages
followed, the motheis win winning
ning winning custody.: of their aildreq.
t Three month,' after Martin Tat.
ried Whitaker's ex-wile, the t uck
driver went berserk.-- -

, Warren Eveett, a county pao pao'
' pao' per attorney handling Whitaker's
gasp, put Martin to some stiff
cross-questioning. Martin depiea
that ht asked hik first wife for
a divorce before Whitaker entered
the picture, but conceded that bp
old his wife be would offer np
'OPPOitiOn to het 'plans once it
IMOW11 Whitaker was divoro divoroing
ing divoroing his wits. '
Beginnings of the wife trade
,were recalled by 'the defense
which. introduced photos -taker
-, when the twocotipips bad takep
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41;0;4 'actrata' 'Jill St. John,,
talkies down th,c Dole as she cele-:;
'brates her appointment as hon-1
Itir OW gra ct4 ',0t -Erniversarl
:CItY in Hollywood. H. The 17-
'yost.old beauty was 'a psychi- -,
'atry student at UCLA. when
4site aigned a screen contract-, 1

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An omnibus wheeling through
the French cities and country countryside
side countryside is "Holiday in France,"
guide prepared by Ludwig Bem Bemelmans
elmans Bemelmans and other noted writers,
which was plat'ed circulation
this week by the Oanal Eone
Library. -
tome of the writers who
describe the places and people
they have discovered to,be the
very essence of France are Irwin
thaw. John Steinbeck, Ruth
McKennen and Joseph Wechs Wechsberg..The
berg..The Wechsberg..The book Is illustrated, by
Betneimans. ' ,
The complete hit of new books
and their authroa sonounged bY
the library follows':
- NON-FICTION: Holiday in
FrilDee, Bemelmans; Standard
Handbook' Of Stamp Collecting:
Cabeen Art' of Overseas Overseasmanship,
manship, Overseasmanship, cleveland: Virus in the
Cell,' Cook: Churchill, Roosevelt,
Stalin: rats: Easter Island,
tiletraux; My 'Inward SourneY,
Flcker: The Power of
knowledge. White: ,
FICTION; Isabel the Fair,
Barnes:, New Orleans Sketches,
114111kner, Back to the Wall,
Hansen; Noisd in' the Night,
Jepson', The Threa-Cornered
Halo, Lewis; ''' Wilderness of
Spring. Pangborn:, Color of Dark Darkness:
ness: Darkness: Furdy; The Twelfth Step,
Randall; ,
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CHILDREN'S FICTION: Miis
The Story of Albert Schweitzer
Daniel: The Coast Guard A Academy,
cademy, Academy, Pgeman: Henry Bergh,
Founder of the A: S. P. C,
HarlOW., The Wonderful World of
Energy,'Hogben: The First BOQIC
of Submarines, Icenhower, FILM FILMous
ous FILMous Indian MO7er, Jackie
Robinson Of the( ,Brookly
Dodgers, the,palro; All ', About
Great Rivers of the World,
White: '

.CHILDRNS FICTION: MISS
?Mere 11 and the Geiger Counter,
MacGregor: Moby Dick, Melville;
Whet Happened to Piggyn Pot Potter:
ter: Potter: The '' Hundred end One
Detrital& rill, Smith: The -Outside
Cat, Thayer; White Sox, Bright
Snow, Tref:se It: A Tree ir Nice,
'Orr, Around the World IA 80
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1, WASHINGTON -(IIP)The g o Y
ernment has decided te allow ta
payers to deduct front their
COMO tax the Of courses
, taken voluntarily to improve their
'skill in their work.
,It made the ruling .iretroactive
'to' 1954.
The Treasury ,Depar ment said
the deductions may be made even
though the extra courses help p
person, Qualify for promotion or,
higher salary. Previously, OA gov,
ernment held the cost of courseal
helping toward promotion was not
deductible.
The new ruling Recta teacluircl
civil eervants, 111311rallee ogonts.
lawyers, doctors, engineers Sod
others who take advanced studies
in their own fine of work.
A ,-spokesinan for the Internal
Revenue Service. said taxpayert
claiming (teductions for courses
dating back to 1954 must file-theini
by April IS becauae of the Orel Orelyear
year Orelyear $tatuto of limitations;
The Treasury said the ruling
also would cover:
Cost of lodging, trivel .4arl
meals for courses taken away
frOnt' Ionic
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one's skilli on. par.with those
of eolleagues And competliors.
Cost ,of 4 courses rrequtred by
one's employer as a rendition, for
keePingi ent'S' 'Job, "salery r ce
status.' (This already., was 4 gov,
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&mit' worker beat kis wife to
death 'with the.' leg of; a footstool
because-his dinner -wasn't ready
when be .ectime home. Oursdayi
night, police reported. '
About 7 p.m., Ralph bpdsith,'
55, telephoned a dangbtr, Mrs.
Constance Gargano of Highland
Park, bloi.; sind told iler;'.401 lust
Nt mother. She's sleeping oo the
Hoor; You better come over.'
Mrs. Gargano and her husband
Louis found Krs. Antoinette Es EsPoSittof
PoSittof EsPoSittof 33t -11eSd' 'on the living
room floor, hi it housecoat. ES ESposit
posit ESposit was sitting la bermuda
shorts end en undershirt beside
betf-empty bottle L. liquor: pe pence,
nce, pence, called' by 'Gargano,' ;aid be
WaS 111 SR aletftli; OSA
Esposito told detectives:' "I hlt
her a number of times, and I'm
not sorry, I've taken tea much
for' too many., years, just
couldn'8 take it an nitir'
Mrs. Gargano said 'her father
fild hive Protiltm
"My, mother never' Reeked for
kith 4114 never kept house Proper
DI34 -ijillit-Z-4V8t 481041 olit
up with it any more, I guess.
The couple has soother daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, 'Mrs. Pauline Beauneu ot
rtki tpd son, Ph.
ert, said to be serving in 'the
Navy.

TWENTY PACIFIC SIDE WOMEN-who recently, completee a 10-hour course in first aid given under the sponSorship 11 the
Disaster Relief Training granch of the V. 8. Naval Station ,Ro dman, p.Z., rceeived their diplomas recently, The women pr.
tependents of armed forces end civilian personnel residing in naval housing areas. The grOtio Met twice et Weelt in the Co,
coil Clubhouse or the first aid training' which was given by Mrs. Edith Balbirnie, American Red' Cross instructor of -the
Rodman Naval Station. Captain Kenneth W. Hines. COMMand in,g Officer of the, Rodman Oliva' Station, presented the. ladies ladieswith
with ladieswith their diplomas. -'. '. ', "-,' - ,., , , ', -, , : ,,, :
. members of the firSt aid cgroup are: 0- to r, front roWl : OrPha Piserchio, Vivian Armitage, Alice Ki,sner,,Rachel ObestT
but, 'Trudy Whitworth,' JUanita webster, lean Barker, Helen- finfors, Miriam Macoubray., (I. to r, 2nd row); Ruth Liv)ng,
ston,, merle wiliiame, Vera pavenport,,Delorli Bradley. ,Julie Houck, Margaret Dwyer, Virginia Oartmann, phyllis oates, and
Captain Hines. Also receiving diplomaStANC not shPwri in tile picture were Al4aorain,,HliciegFrea Epperson, and Dons pinch, ...,
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Mra- Raquel' Svenson;, hostess
for Vital ta PAnama,"- Was c0
nussioned a brigadier-general 0,4i
the staff of the Governor of Louisi Louisiana.
ana. Louisiana. tad was made aa honorarY
citizen o; the international city, cif
New Orleans recent y.
The honors bestowed on Mrs.
Svensou climaxed the highly-successfUL
40-day run 'of "Ast gs
the eultUral ond commer commercial
cial commercial exhibit of Ef10011114 SPoosored
in 'the Interne mai Trade Pert
bY OMR Panarla de Fuer Fuerza
za Fuerza y and the inerieen and
gereign Power Co, o cooperation
with the Republic of 'rename;
1,' As the exhibit- closed its doors,
iobseryere of. inter-American rata
tiOn3 aeireised the mimes of Ibis
striking -beAutlitii-exhibit and la lamented
mented lamented ,hat it would not be open
'Ili' year.. ?pities no other' single
thing has bronght,Panama so gra graPhicsilY
PhicsilY graPhicsilY to' the attention of thle in international
ternational international center and to Ma thou thousands
sands thousands oftoprista from all aver he
world who .wanderecl. through' the
,
Over 150 people per day- came
te the exhibit, drank coffee, talked
bout Panama and it seemed H Haired
aired Haired that the revelations of Pant Pantma'
ma' Pantma' pictured. in the exhibit ainUld
result in increased tourism,. ,-
The best obeservet on the seen. 0,
bewever,' Is certainly Mrs. $ven $vensee;
see; $vensee; the bsautilui hostess who eerv
ed her country well by- greeting
and lecturing --the visitora each
day, lecturing to higit school stint stinttits,.
tits,. stinttits,. pod bY SPPOOring an five te teishOWs
ishOWs teishOWs eimed At our
gourapnl peOPie to come to Pa'
PTne ,interna Tra4e Mart
le' truly on international center,l
ahat, said; ,t'peopla trona ell over
the,,wPtcld',Elglehdt,H011ood, Ca;
name'. gado) eustrgia, Innis Az Azgentine,,Bolivia,
gentine,,Bolivia, Azgentine,,Bolivia, arid ,Mopy nthera
camp to vialt bcte And On'
49,0 tq leek' and walk
ty4Y.:IbeSt AtiYert hi talk 'about
ran4ma. TltcY Were'Interepted in
Progr.ess, our bistorh On0 Pgr
cornintreial possibilities.
rin )ust 60 days we have MC MCeteded
eteded MCeteded in Interesting- hundreds of
people in Panama. It is amazing
pet- hp Much people don't know
about Plutonic They wervparti wervpartientarly
entarly wervpartientarly ,intoreated In the Cola
Free ZOO: I don't -think anythincl
could have done as rub g P fl
for Femme as this exhibit has
"Peoplat Warned about all our
vacation snot' and our sports and
tho wowierful time they can have
in panama.! They Ulna that 'we
have lot InorttharrthePanumr
Canal which; V course; Itrge
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A' battle group parade held. bt.
'Fort kobbe this ,.woeit leAtortd 8
shange or stad for the 20th Infan-.
presentation of' three awards. to
outstanding members of the unit.
Highest award was 8ropzgl
Star ,Medal to .1q,Sgts: Joe Cban Cbanman,
man, Cbanman, operation sergeant of thd
local NCQ ItcatlemY.,
The medal vies presented by dir
ection, pi 'the president for. meri meritorious
torious meritorious service ht-Ctillectice with
military operations 4 sgainst on
armed enemy ityliorea during the
period .July- a, 1953, to June 30,
1954, where Chapman "bore .the
responsibilities or both platoon
leader end .platootr sergeant In a
manner worthy Of' high' commend commendati011.'!
ati011.'! commendati011.'!
Two other awards were present,
ed:. the Commendation Rithrn
Metal Pend,ant to M-Sgt. Ramon
Esmsivel 4 A rompony,, and SFt;
Thoiloas r Allhe of Headquarted
and Headquarters PMParlY
The citations for these two a awards
wards awards were almost identical and

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tourist Attraction. Part of the exhi-t
bit was devoted to picturing a new
;rontier uf Panamalie the-f De De,
, De, rien regionand I was impress- ,,
ed with the'. amount o', interest
' buainessmen and .A industrialists
showed in. our countrY, '
, "The exhibit was ebout as true
' a picture of Panama as is possible.
i It was well-constructed 'and de designed
signed designed And we had wonder ul hell)
to serve coffee and guards to
take care Of the gold objects on
dieplay. It hao been a wonderful
exPerience for, me ,and, like the
others, I jult wish we could have
An exhibit open In the Trede Mart
all year.. It would be a ,wonderful
investment for Panams'4 beeause,
hero is where tray, ors from -all
vex the world come, The mart is
ilce ii PanctrIM4 Of the world and
am NIPPY to ellY that evertrone
said Panama had the prettiest ex ex!
! ex! hibit in. the' Whole huildint."
' The Plitthit lastiired ell Phases
of Panema,. particularly the points
, of Interest Vat tourists weuld finp
.
iisemeting -,-the SW) 1)146 Indians,
fishing regorta, swimining,, night t
FlUbSr thp blontuno people in the
Interior, And the Darien region, t
showed Panama)! industrial pr4-
gress end it showed hew a tourist
can come to Panama end find lux-
larions,accomodations--..,. -,,,,,
Clay Shaw,' director of the In Interpational
terpational Interpational Trade Mart,- and a long
time eisitOr to Pinaw,m, Silid4 ''' f,'"
, "Certainly thie bas been, one Of 1
the most successful exhibits 'we i
have ever had -in-the 'mart and I
want to SoY that think the' coup couptry
try couptry stands to benelt greatly' by
this effort. .
- "It, has already Come to 'my' at
tention that, numerous local No, 1
ple have had their eyes opened In
the, beauty end fascluation of Ps Psname
name Psname and Are making plans' -,te
spend their' neat Varathm there, I 1
We beheyed that investinenis in '.
industr py increasg4trppleq is,
one,'of he eys to our hemispher hemispherie,
ie, hemispherie, poli gray' And, eprtalnly,, Ps
, tourism. increases, so. will II)VeK.-
I !tents. Businessmen like to Y see
and I cs,n't think of a better inducement-for
them to go -to Pa Panama
nama Panama and see for themselves than $
this' exhibit.- For more -reasons s
than ene, f iim sorry It wit' not ei
be with us more. I (eel confident ti
Ithat traffic' through the exhdoll tE
lonnid bay, continued at the halo I
, high rate all year round."- -' fi
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The exhibitwas opened an.
by Mrs. Olga 'Arias, wife o! Am
bassador Ricardo Arias E.' amidst
fa round of inauguration festivities.
Attendance' began at a bia rRt4
the next dar and continuer) it the
'ffitiltre' pace until'closing.
tlighijghts
o'4.104,,oN
-comMented iri part that.these mee
hed.eblx POrterMeill4ties as
toom sergeant and. platoonlealler
in their respective companies..., g,
ompany. and Headquarters Comd
pa BY Ind Ea ttatione bah a the'
?0!,h!Infantry.,,,
Esquivel- 1Vas ebinplimen' led tor
Putstanding work in eonnee
tion with a demonstration platoon
'for tha.20th Infantry,during, the
CARIB-EX maneuver.
1 'Allah iteeeived .lnention ',for hay.,
Ing, keen singled out on several Oc Occasions
casions Occasions and eitbd for hi, prolicien proliciency
cy proliciency jp a job that &ailed fpr a cont-i
mlssioned offieef.,-
' In' MAU ehange$, Col Ben-
rjamin ,G. Tay'or assumed the po poSidon
Sidon poSidon ef battle group ekeeutive
,r succeeding Lt. Col. Falph
Roe:ivho leave the com commpt,1
mpt,1 commpt,1 shortly. ,
Mar Robert-D.- Danforthbe Danforthbecame
came Danforthbecame the hew Idilit13I; M,ai, Ow Owen
en Owen R., Grogan the battle group's
S- and Maj. Robert F. Wood the
supply officer.
An aerial fly-over by the ILS,

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i'EATURE ATTRACTION,:at gala 'dinner -denci,schedilled
to,ba held at fart Kobbet Officers?' Club IrrieleY eirening 'will
be aistinctiVe Masie oT Tbe Well-known Loch, Ascarrega, 'The
, dance; which 'le being 'sponeoped' by the Oftleers',Wiver OWN
will honor many 'Kobbeites leaving 'the 'Isthreue durine the:
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STOCKHOLM, APill 5 ,(1.iP '-,-
Swedigt entinit gisie Marie Driert
stroem,' 2, prged Swedetre wom
eh today 'to start a .loye, Strike"
to loree the inenfolki ; 9 t' Pn.
itnees-and to tlie- altar,,, :., ? 1
She suggesteci t a it I 11,g; OanTia
troin:Alperiean giria. .. i,
Men rampage ', throtigh' 'the
wOrifl ' "der.45tatirig si, .4 ender
'sprouts, little tithes and' 'other
wonderfni, ,thingV.,!,,,-. MTS. pretee preteestromn,
stromn, preteestromn, 4 widow, wrote in a let letter
ter letter to the locaf paper .of 10)Fjo.,
,,,,,ttrlre meil only. want' 'one thing
,-to, get the cream fettle :intik,
01 Pi0.- r .-- - t
, At is i'iii'' i.l'i ..iiiin't itodri
the woman gives, perything anfl
the Nut nothing --or at teas 41
' little as posible!"'". ''' ., ,- .'' J.;
1 ,,Th remedy lar a" unanimous
,'Ipe," Mrs. brelerstroem Said.
She,. tool( bee ,cue from the 2,000-
ig;r:Qtdil '1Fe)c. Fitly -: ytistrata.
n the', .play, wrj ten', by 'Arostor
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phehes, a. mad, the women ,, of
ancient Greece ', ..a.CeoMpIish.ed
great thingi: including Stopping a
WP1(., 4' Pst pich, methodd, ',,,,,
"The:Swedish.. weineeinusrte
as( the Greek- wemen 'oast did ,,
start a lre war," the agthor adt
Wed., ., '''. '' ' '
."5be; gionid 'also 'get a' lesson
om ,her AAMERICA,N SISTER bN
th get the mei), if not oh his knus
at least ltd .th&. altar and ;to Tag
Jeweler." ; ' ,; .. '01 t
, ,As Iiings, are Int' the' present
scaudalou4 -state. of 'affairs, ,.-she
said, ."Oung,, pretty girld, efts!!
more lovely Inan Grace Kelly'..L.
shyly lobres their eyed and move
te 1,..2 male, Ottett- without getting
Aviation Detachment cliMaxeci,the
retreat parade.' Units present for
the parade ,inehlded thOSe garri
Boned at rort Kobbe and C Com Comnany
nany Comnany from Fort Gulick. Music for
the cereinony was proVided by-thel
79th Army Band. '-, I

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IStQgkh111 Marrlape" r gam gammen
men gammen even ,inm.Vasje,1414. wrote
the Vasjo. newspaper. w ,t -8
Win; ;print airing an4
men'e faneleo lightly--; turning,
Mrs., Dreierotrogot lholight
visable for Sweden't young, ladiei
to "kpow 'your 1014
' SHED BY, SHAH? tgPorta
iron) Tehran pay that the Shalt
'of irah'encj hip childless wife'',
Queen' Soraya, above; will be,
legaVy separated itt !the near t
loge, st-formakdivoree,la P. ,k
tecte4 to (Cow, The 25,year A
sorayo tinel tt) 39,yc4upoll 1
ihaif ware rostricii res.
2a51, in what was hailed ar:).:
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AiMost eyery one has a hobby or some interest OUt- I
;ids of too jo..) el ca. ;ling a livig I.,r a g.dod nouLe nouLeWHIO
WHIO nouLeWHIO or motner, or bal. ,At least the 40,ouici we, are
' constantly being told by the eiperts in' every tield de.al-
ing with human relations, if she wants to remain a hap hap,
, hap, py arid well adjusted human being. ,
It isn't'often, however, that a Wife's hobby tiesill
with her husband's profession and at the same time COrt
tributes to her job of being a successful homeniaker, and
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H-Mor:in Smith, survival officer foi the Caribbean Air

Command:and- ethno-' botanist by.. profession. Ai such he
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I earn, a ,t, ere ,is to know-,abeyt the manY ylative foods I!, ;,- IN II.Elt KITCHFN AT 110MEJtarge 'Sinitit.ha j ' -1,
flretsr, boa tom the freeser and is getting ready tegrouassItFieLnullt ewdass
tplit:10.)rt PArtayna;,'.!7ier 'illiiiitk.fo:pieee,re interesting end. ,,,,,, ,, iy..hito, .:,1,1seklse,r.;,;,11e7,,e;t1,ada4a77,7:,,,Properiy sea.
. tintsuet rnials -iv-el-dai and Ito 41004 thei gueits 'Nvittl' -sous:411'711 :0018413ePddth:nti- 1"'Ise;te
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setie toodi'-on'4ny;otcesion' IS'in Insniration to Pierian': -'s '
, , Sancoeho, la nne otAer Igioriiia:rion'' nlini: 'nsed 'In 'the,' 'marke't,

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, IS' he cOntinuee to Ityo,rk4 en& ettidy, fit his ehoSen pro.
.- Marge grew' up in La' Grange,t t4e -Iiniversity not ton lone' sifter
. 711,,ra suburb-of Chicago. Her earl- thrv -mot, ,-, -,',' - --s, 'r i
test memories are -of her parents' FeIowire the comnietion of the
keen Interest in good toed, In her survey, -Iforgan ear rri to Pa Pa'
' Pa' home, she says, food ', has not naina,',,where he 'hod- been irt or
something that .was, passed ,from earlier or.berir,00,-; ''' exledition,
plate to. mouth witlethe,sole idea and accepted a position p surviv surviv,
, surviv, of obtaining prOper nourishment- al offierr with the Ait Farce:
' but something that was enjoyed A proposal of marriage brought
and anticipated-pith- Plea sore, 4 ,--1, Al erre to, I' anom3. pH theywere
' Althenigh; She 4 touldi,,hoilrecaU married, in triceinher 195C
.-,-the names, she remembero vivid- r,rom the Verv he'llnoing, Marge
-.1,,,ly -many restaurants -to ,. Chicago was ,fascinated 'by ,the vast array
. 1", where ehe, was token as, o thild of tropical fruits. 'vegetables, and
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11. with '. her parents --for -,.,,a ,, good pther foods availakle here,
.,,'rrench,Chlriese or other ,--.1oreign Although Aeli had, studied Span-,
tt, 11"21: ,.''' :'1',.'. : '' '4".1-- ' -, Oh in. collOg her conversationei
I :- glie'recalls that ili it chiaishe ,phility ws littilted;',To'' fiild out
' '.,,; liked all foeds- and cannot rement- what. tla. ;do ,witb so' many ,stronge
t- hertrying ;anything that ohe -,di and exotic Oew foods was,,ber first
t!'''not enjoy. Jlad she not been, so in- ehollenge y , , T,',,
6. timed:, it might have been a I lit. ,-Stle -found ,Gladys It,;.Crabam'a
f- tle difficult as her -parents ivould "Tronical- Cooking" helpful but
5i,pi-obahly ht, have condened-,food -mostly ohe began rnaking frecnien
!-,, preindices or ,refusal to eat trips to the ,market asking about
1 r- something because, ;he didn't Ifikt each-. new tbing she saw "What
ll' the ,wcy,",it was r'prepared.-,. '-. ';. 14. this? ,,. linfl ,"jioNy :do you 4 fix
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t, ';,- -.; - -.i... 't,, -.,, ,e ,r,1 -''''' l' itt" .'.',,,-. rv,,-., -,, ,,; 1 , ., ,,,, ,'
,- td4rge''S Ocaire to meet lotw ppo- i, ',The ptopla," she said',',Isere
,' 1 ,ple end, tee new nitwits Wa4 Str014::eagoe to bp of help!, ,f1One que-0
:. so in lc,iik, following ber-gradna; ry alway brinps -forth several
. 4! tion from the'ljniyersity of North, .people waiter tit anSWIr My Mjesok
re: Carolina, she decided to go',-.to oleos trill PI' offer- their Wasp!,
i,., Florida. Iler liberal arts educa-', "As ,for the best i time,,,to,- go to
-; tion, a 3,- Ay:With a 'Major -in the markct. Marge sayo.,1'No lot loti
i loti sociology,., gave her entroi. Into er than eight o'clock, The crowd!:

kyany ;fields- lat work; so the johilleve-tmV sierted Irv, strive, sod rthe
:lure 'looked hopeful. vendors have more ttme ensw.
She accepted a position as ,ser6 er questions.' AlSo -the fruits find
q. vice 'representative with the 'tele- vegetables are still fresh and mu,
phon,ei ,comcany in -Jacksimille better selections s're available,
:' and shared on spattment wit'? an t A, true adventore,", she
4:. other ,girl, There hrr creative in- says,,"Evervone shnold 14 'fast
stinets awl her flair for produc... once rood five or sis o'r e'
4 'tog cxotte dishes flourished. With in the morning. The sight of the
- so totOoltod, 004 t, .0yMpathetic shrimp boats at the wharf and of
roommate to provide encourage- the galls filled w-11 poultry, meat
a ment, sho basso to try new kindi Ifrults, and vegetedes as they, are
of foodi, and new recipes, impro,, it...unforgettable."
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: vising and improving upor them,
as she esperintented,,,,, A
remembers filet for her
firsf big PPlYr- silik-Orogered .41
tuag (Howe lien' fea0) fer:, 7
L.:,,,,large primp pf friends. The pap
tv was p fremendatip eticcess n
, the guest htd ,never tasted
- Irina of tins dishes. ploy. 1?egan
11..4ng for re;ipel:
, Foliewing uyear
left lir New,lerseY' where- liar
family Was then living, and went
into radio work. The itadie stationi
Avas small sc., Marge tried her handl
It everything:'-news and consti
nunity 'writing.. programming and
her,,,Own,,Weelkiji lPtfryteir.sh9vC,
4,6hos neat4Quig leave of
sence from radio and went on the
toad to inake bookings for the
-;New ,York ,Civie Opera Co.',',This
, entalledi travelling throughout the
soutit.,tront 711TORt to ,Florida.
, Living and eatmg in hotels proved
faseinatingbit;exhitipting:

' n nd talhash bowls '''''''' ' ,'' d
. A itb offer from tier 'former uses for serving a 11A cups Panamanian groun
; bass lit radio., who had yurGhaaur of various sizes Jor salads sauces,
- id a. smolt station: in Florida,' and such: She prefers ''- moclern 114 catro$ raspodura. Jo i t i v e
v.- Founded ,tomptinill I. 'sr Mar,' stainless steel flatwear and bright h,77.- P"''
9WR sugar found in market)Z
t peeked. her suilsases and raturn.,, golored linen napkins. For table
, od to Florida., ,,,,. , 1 ,, 0 , decorations she likes to use tro- 7'1 gall-on water. ''"',''. ,,, ',-- -'
, f)d raspadura to water and
s It was on this trip' that she met picalleaves, gethering theil ...at bog uotij jileitea,144C onffee 'Sod
,.. Morgan- who was finishing:T-11y the Oat ,minute iit order to. use boil for 2 minutes.,,Let s a t I I e,
- his Work in anthropology at Flo, Omni in flat designs 'without eon- f :
Wain and serve. ", ''' t' ,,, ,,
I.- ?Ida State liniversitY. However h tainers and water. 4, yhio, mayeo I dallcibus after
was scheduled to leave for Costa Her trieno will always inelude Milner coffee and the flavor is dit ditlie
lie ditlie a- with a survey party from ant pr, more, Pana Manian dishes., fervit. Makes ene gallon....... ,,

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I Tiff Smith's nide frequent trips
'into the, Interior from ..tha very
be;ipniog;., and ,thext,Marge pick-ed
Op many ,bew ideas and ways
of prepaq natiVe disbes.,1
Friends in Ouayabito, aliny vil village,
lage, village, seven miles irom, San Carlos,
have provided many eaotic rec01?-
s. liowever, once, everythin$ is
prepared with "a pinch of this'
and "a dash of that" Marge. says
she must watch carefully and then
retUrn, home to experiment and
work out the prOPOrtig115,
She is .now,, working an a ra,
ceine for a baked desert Made
with coconut and banana and us using,.
ing,. using,. baking nowder; It was dell dellfious,
fious, dellfious, she- said,,but as-yet ithe has
not. worked ,,out the correct pro proportioni
portioni proportioni for fixing it-
Marge and Morgan ,entertain of often'
ten' often' in their attractive apartment
in Curundu.-Aeollection of wpoden
bateas are often -used for plate.,
oho 1110 iarge bateas which she

,":-r;17-stway brinpt-torth several by the tutor OOW, tropical loods
Pe6P1.1"10" to answor mif sloes- encountered 'on arrival, $he feels
ktions VIII to iffer. thoir ideso." thiit, the, Spanish IISP)01 Pie corn corn1
1 corn1 'AS for the beet i time ,to ge to --"".4'T.""."4'''""r-44".4r- ..7,
the market. Marge seye.,!'No let- ''-' '' '' 4
ttve'r than eight o'clock. The crowd!:
I sr 0,8 rive's
llt t WI t IA the ar90., rat
vendors have more ttme te lisp '' -, ,. 4 - .2"
er questions; Alan Ihe fruits find ''' 1' '." '''' .'
vegetables are still fresh aryl mu, '' ', .- ;'-"- ,.1 ','. s'
better selection; a're available, ' '' - s i
, t ',Tor g, true adventore,", she cap. f
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saYsp t"Evervone shmild ee at yast ''' '
once ground five or 8ix o'r e' 4 ..-..-.. 4 7
in the mnrning. The sight of the '1 ''' '''s ' k ; 1
ahrimp boats at the wharf and of '' R ril;CAll intirina -I

ti- 7 SHAPING IffNOWLEDU of local foods with )ter friends and aqUilwianCtS ti; a li.kase of
ter to,145v that itisrge Smith thoroughly enjoys. Ma eerily she was featured in the "Adventuring la
p;;;;;;):" sc)ies being ereseptefl by the Bova yme,i-v,so, Second from left, she ls seen answering
P ah011t the goln,lu, or "pigeon pea" as it is commonly called. It is delicious, she said, when
mixed iith rice and cooked with coconut milk.

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all-over patterns are ready' to be
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acquired a pea shooter, ft01)1 4 measured off the bolt and stitched
trlend. Ten minutes later tvhen ha lintQ handsome ttraperies.

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and the season during which' to
tsvect each item should be given.
Detailed :receives would, include
proportions,..cooking time. season.

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or perhaps braised iguana, served and the season during which' to
with fried. plantain or yucca., Our., txpect each item should be given.
ing Easter one of the traditional Detailed, :receives would, include
desserts. such As sweet bollo fol. proportions, cooking time. 'season.
lowed by Cfe de Pi lonz might aiS01 ing, and it description of how the
be included, With , Panamanian dish should look when ready to
dishes, except the hot tamales, serve. One-chapter would be de.
she likes to berve a dry white Ger- (heated to Shopping in We 'Pena.
Mall '14,111V "- ,c ' t r , ma market, , ,. .. ,, t ,,
,-- Liko most connoisseurs i, of When' asked' hew; soon- tve could
' good food, Marge feels the, hard expect 'such a book, Marge ITO,.
liquors served bofore -', dinner ed, "Just as soon as I have' time
spoil a good meal. Conceding to c, A ..A 1,1 i 1
1,00m gum cooaig As mil one 9f
MY interests.", , ', .'
tho custom. of sorving drinks ,b,ir
fore edinner pertvg guests, Ars; ,.,,She 04 piryently doing yolunteei
I Invited in tint for Am cocktelV, work 7 at.' the- Natitinal Museum-.
and 'allowing for e guest who is Her interest in research and in
goevoidatsly delayed, '.ilinner its the Museum induced her to devote
rserved.: t ',;ri -') :' v ', 't ,,E-;. two days, per week to cataloging
t '' ''' ' '' '.. the books a groject whidh 'offici..
'never re- ' ,,a
, Marge says she has a els sold ws adly needed.
Sorted to tricking her friends into
u For some time she has beett'in.
terested in ranamsitian Y ,;' multi
she is planning to serve boa stea,
trying any. of her specialities.
currently doing research
Lug. tlille ', Mricsn fpfluence on 7 the
ownhesteishheeirs fpaisvnoreiltiegs,toshsee'evweillwhsesey
native Panamanian tunes. '' 'She
,te issued,. Howetirer,
hopes to make some recording t,o
tshhee Int:di tsa tmi eons t
he used bY MUSie010gistS for tomt tomtto
to tomtto try new dishes 'and after ea mg live studies. , i .., ,.
people are anxious
them' usuallY trsif -ci ,, 1,1Viteg asked bow 'she:. f011thi,
. One thing sile,ia phinning,to
for her secelpes. p4r1
many ,activities, she
triellipleier4hera aren't ,., eriptigh
SOM1 IS to wfite a cookbook, And()
it wiji be ono Plat ihOttid PrnVe bouro,, 111, ow oly to accomplish
helpful for the neweomer baffled s.
, it 1 wOold like to.s' Then she
by the mane 00W, 00001'1 laughingly Saldf -14MY ,',0,,busband
encountered lin arrival, $he feels , ,, , .,
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,Brbi$ed Iguona

!' The, ignstis,- a member 014 the
lizard family, feeds on buds gild
'leaven from the trees iv, whiCh
lt liven. The' tender white to e it t
regembles shieken and is some,
times served inexclusivn,resis4-
rants In the United States, ,
Cut oft legs and hill portion pi
tail ,of one iguana; If the Aguans
Is large, separate the back Aingi
hreAst. 'Drop iepes in boiling vs.
ter, When removed and' cooled the
Siiill wilt Pilo off like's glove.-
Dredge pieces with flour sea seagulled
gulled seagulled yyith salt and 0eppet-; end
frown in ha' ikrd in Dutch oven.
Add one pint, of orange juice and
rook 45 minutes to poo boor, add addtag;
tag; addtag; more:juice I ; necessary to
tceep moist. When ready to -terve
the mixture of orange pice, 'hiul
floui ,will have formed s ihisk
t i rife with fried, plea, Or
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1 1 oThey don't Whet te'say 'thank
nu' tor More, do thear, a man
said to his eompanion, lie had
lust held s heavy door tor s worn wornan
an wornan shopper who, swept through It
withOut even bothering to Flange
at tbo gentlemae who, had com
to er ,,aasistanee.., i '.,
Thetia e pretty sad Indictment
of the manners of American wom
on, Isnl It? '' , ," i
aut it msy explain' in :party,
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wry se. 'many men today don't
bother to give a tyomon a seat on
a bus,' or aulyway,, or remve theis
hats',ln elevators, or step back to
let womep' preeede- them in a
crowd. ,'' ',. .' '' ',
'' If women -aren't feminine :. e.
hough le appreciate being treated
like ladies ,Sad sir P a roiling
thank you,' .for small courtesies
why. should men bother to extend
thosg small, helpful gaitintries?,
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tilh salt and Eeppet; litd
3 1'4 rard in 1-111t4chl nve"A Unless we want tO give op seek
i,- pint, of orenee ill4e itn,04 apertat atteotton for good, maybe
minutes to one hollr! flow we -women bad better start Mailre-iluice
I neeesstry to Int a reel effort to show men Viet
ilst. When ready to Serie
tura of orange juice 'aiul we appreciate their treating us
I liko women, even though we may
a have formed a h s 0 k be just es able as the are Or shove
wilh-,...ir,kva.., ,pla.n..t-at.,1;., Or eira. way through crowds, struggle
. wo two, y deors, stand up in hue,
cect ,: : .,L :. : es, fe. ," t- ' ''''
. 7,---': - IpsteaCp Jumping to help our ourofe
ofe ourofe de Plion':. ,, I selvegss gyve -,.ought...to-.s!ohist,tutiezi fro

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- I se ves ,u t to slo down
, 1.i cups ranamantan'
; ''''" - ,- I pough to give men a chance to do
- Cofe'de Pilon'-' 1----v-4---4) iti -- w
ground 1 little things 'foe Us. ..
When a Man is helping a "mom "mom,,
,, "mom,, 11,44 cake$ raspothira.,(n P. t i v e in the feti that his strength is
brovn sugar found in marketg
, 1 galiOn weer, ','
.rild ravadura to serving her mnites him feel more
- ..- ''''.- Imascullae. And when a woman iS
bog until en
boil for 2 minutes.,,Let
' water an4 gracious in ber appreciation for a
eitea,i'VC eggee ltUdi man's help tht PSttIrtillr fefla her
1 0 t I I CI most femiMne,',.. ., ;

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We live at a fast pace today. But ;
surely it isn't so fast a tire that
both men and women can't slow I
down enough' to enjoy pylphasiz-
ing, each other's' femininity and I
masculinity, , ,,,, ,',,,,,.
So let's encourage the men to
set like gentlemen by acting
like-ladies ourselves, ,' ,,, ., ,
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Inend. Ten minutes later when he
broke the porch light, it was,cd.1,
fiscated by his father"-and de destroyq,'
stroyq,' destroyq,' :
,The punishment' seemed g r 1 e evously
vously evously unjust to 'Brian. He had
aimed, not at .the porch alight, but
at an old fern basket several feet
away. He had chosen this target
becaose he couldn't break it, HOW,
quid, he learn. 4) shoot pee

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broka the porch light, it- waa.,eu,i; '''. ' '. ' : '
fiscated by his father,-and do. Th, 'effect when" aeveral panels
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draperies 4re paeticuarly a
stmyq; f, , : ,, ,,, are joined is pf,a scenie print a-,t,
,The punishment' sOemed g r 1 e- such
vously unjust to 'Brian. He had daptshle to large picture w 1 n nof
of nof cOrnbineri 'window And Wel b
alined, not at Atte porch alight, but dows, or floor-to-ceiling .covefage
at an old fern basket several feet
awaY He had chosen this target rem...) ,, '' ' ;
because he couldn't break it, How '-' ..--
could, he learn to shout a p a a THE PANItt. are ''on raorv
shooter .without busting things irvotton cloth ta inches wide and

he wasn't allowed to iise'oni?
Be put this question bitterly to
bis younger brother., Said be,
"Pop, makes me sick pt the stuni stuniipick
ipick stuniipick always getting sore when
you want to explain things."
? PBOM behind the garage hisi
father overheard the criticisin,1
That Brian should presume to

they- run 3 1-4 yards in length,
with two '- thirds of the leAlth,
pattern, and 1-3 plain material.
The patter repeat is 80 inches,
with about 28 1-2 inches of plain
white background above and, be below
low below the design. For tailored drap draperies,
eries, draperies, every two4eet of -viindow
width takes one-14de'.

clues ion his action, to bur otber A typical pattern is a golden
chd z!take bim angrier than evlbou&h dons, in an Oriental man

er. He burst-into the-garage, said,
',7hat'll be all from -- and
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room for the rest 0; tbe atterloon.

, group psychotherapy,' pa;
tienti. like children in 's family,
develop anger against 'the thera therapistthe
pistthe therapistthe family authority.
The difference between parents
and the therapist is that the ther therapist
apist therapist expects this inevitable de development..
velopment.. development.. And he deliberately en encourages
courages encourages the airing of grievanceE
hiv"cbildren" what he tells
kualternate sessions" meetings
tom which hi eatefully libsenlS
limself; ' :
Or die value of these MOSSIOni,
Dss., Alerander Wolf end Ems Emsnual
nual Emsnual K, Schwatts write; "Wood
by other group memhers giVes
the. Individual- courille.,,,,t0
the authority in the session 'when,
the theripist is present. In the
;Whorl!), s absente' there' ere al always
ways always expressions with. regard to
him'and attempts to work out rp,
Istionship, to biol.": .,'

'c' ciiticisM tn his
brother le' hi8 effort to viork out
relationsitipt.. to us, ""
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' No child can sustain anger et
us with- tomfort. It he isn't free
to ask, us to yid him 13.(, it, ;he'll
le.k roust Ilion its prellUrel
critiching us to 'his brother. U
we can't set thilt' his criticism is
resjiy, an 3 appeal fur tlelp in Un Underitanding
deritanding Underitanding US, ilie may, worsen
the situation like, Brisn's father.
We- lose our chance to help him
question us ditectly thrrelp'
give him the understinding 1111 IA
seeking. 4 ,,

WICHITA, Kan. 1UP) MIL
Hortense Simmonst .essnier tor
wicoito's finants ',IlePtrtMnnts
keeps the city's moon' 1113040S
' Mrs. Simmont, -who has spent
21 years handling money, Person Personally
ally Personally rtaaliel each dirtvdollart,
.,1 A f'4,',N
' "I Just can't stand 40 t, handl'
filthy bills."' Mrs. Simmons e eplained,
plained, eplained, "and when'l goOk dirtY
I take it and scrub It aondr
dry, it. between WO paper! t o
els), and put if with the rest ell
the money I handle every day."
Mit. Simmons amid snail end
water don't hurt U.S. icurrency a
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" Over the yesr, she's noticed
that dollar bills, are the dirtiest.
an4 bat' !pondered, pyre than
10011 At them, sa 'Mirage or lour
pr,,,five a month. 1
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ner.-The bough,' in shades of gold,
mocha ;Aind turquoise,, for exam example,'
ple,' example,' is set against a white back
ground. One version is printed on
draperv-welght rayon and cotton.
Another is offered on sheer forti fortisari,
sari, fortisari,
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wiae budgetwiae homemakers espeolailT is
thatk although' the pauel draperies

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A woman with bright, el a n
hair io so- adaptable person, she,
knows that increased sctivity ,and
the weather determine when she
cede to wash ber hair, ,Thero-1
fore. she doesn't, wait for a pet
day to roll around for a shampoo1
,-shaMfOos when the,,
needs it. ,
, Sbift under fingernails presents
problem. Often it is rough and
discolored, Seta roiltine of cleap
in under thoinsils 'with 8 COttOg'
tipped, stiok dlOPod .111 glittele re remover,',,
mover,',, remover,',, follow this by washing
the fingertips on& applying hand
creem..to toften4the area. A eot:
ten swab will do this job,
1,
Washington people walk( can b
funny,pastime: Those who toe out
or too in'excessivaly' draw ellen.
Oen to,a waddlins gait .t b I 10
unnecessary, To correct such, a
watk it it 43 merely Oile of habit,
Pretend to Walk a straight tioa,
Point your toes t- atreight. abeijd
and iteop thini as close ;111"o
as ooisible tp thi3

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'looming us, liNtlek brtisb
lo doubly Yelyordlot A brush
gives a better outline and makes
lipstiqk appear smoother once ap appiled,'.
piled,'. appiled,'. Weise it iconOmical beir
Cause a brush Can reach into a
lipstick sttar it is too short tilt alr
ply, "directly tropt-thi toe,

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itgainat,'s white Isaektiround. Carpeting Is Wag.-
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create a luxurious look, they are Placement of the paael,pattern
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easy to ,make. ' can be' regulated by how much of I
Ttiere is no repeat to match, the white yardage la retained a- I
the plain white area is 'joined at bove and below the printo.,,, ",

easy to,make. '
, no repeat to match,
the plain white area Is 'joined at
the selvage.
Low furniture arrangements
stkch .as hench-tahles,, placed :'' in
front of windows are. effectively
framed by panels.. ,,,
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The cost of these new fabfks is
is moderate and the materiaLcar materiaLcarries
ries materiaLcarries a printed tag on the selvage
to attest to the quality el Jho fin
hers used to make it. :

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' musk' "alternate sessione' '' t'n '''' s'''' ...'"'"--- . ' : Lovy '1- furniture arrangements i dt d th t l '
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: t- be.-trying ;aeythieg that she ,iii ,end exotiefiew foods was, ber f' t hY 1 nning to serve boa stea,
irs a e is p a and le currently doing research 't m a,. placed :' tn ries a printed tag on the selvage'
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-ftf "" '"'" wnin lation.is issued, 1-10W nonlife ranamantan bpe- , ,
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-Mostly she began,rnaking freouen' she findsk most peop he used by musicologists fOr 00111t- Dgs., Alerander Wolf snot Ems- leads to wash her hair.There hair.There,
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' "( tion from thetTniversitY of North, ..people wager it aoleite mr gots- encountered ,on arrival, $ icse ,..,,. I ,.04 a ;afro ,
,,' ';' him'and attemnta le !grit Ottt re' discolored, Seta roiitine of clean
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- She accepted g position as ,ser4, er questions.' AlSo -the fruits find ', ' ' ' I9P "Ill 1 ti h d
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7- phottei ,pompany m -Jacksitiville better aelections are available, ,, , pist new g neat oor w
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shopper who, swept through it
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goo to,a wagidlini, gait ,t b l I n$ ta. .,
. :.-P- stincts ;Et her flair for produc.,. Once around five or 8IX O'C e- hi T I in is
' i we can't see that a en lc s unnecessary To correct' such- a 11 .' 0 i tr:'-'''''''''7'r''"'q',Ttwl'',17rYl ,i ,. .'- ;
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0 : of food,, and new recipes, impro-1 being 'opened unforgettable."
tee, Ig4Nnist flu jt Mint eXplitliti IN :party,' "-
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n'. -ber- gcrins;1711e,re4,v1Viarge, sick sick"
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hies chieken and is some,
, hats'yit elevators, or stoP ba,ek, to ,
firsf big ....lolly,: presered e oet 11), e p 11;1.2
d 0 m;n ,ne'W ideas and was TPgfin
g, native. dialles. inexclusivii,reiR111- 'let womeg, preeede- them !it. a.
tilnel Ise thee United States,4 lipstiOt appear, smoother nee ap- ;" ;!, e ettiefliture .6, Noel ;chiel ,At12
Siren. a better outline and Ma4es ,,, ;.
luau da to, !silt) ;r. FriePnds. in Cuayabito,' a'llny Lt crowd. : ' !'' 4'4 ftor., I, ;. z IV ISO WI' iConOnliCal"! 144 I, : :
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!tot: orf' tete and full portion If wolftei ,caren't. temintneeit:ieed. ,
' ty was is -tremendous success irs
loge, sevenfmiles irom, San Carlos, of. one loping: it she igua4 ' iattie brush Can reach into a; '-':;:i,ts,;,:;!:',k',;!!.' 4th itrjOyti4vty! ,k tel.
nough Id aPPriclitt 1)8,1'4 !I. Hip, '' e ,.,,.:, lipsOck pfter it is too short. ,41 11123
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as74)11. tor prepared with fia nineh of th 'I "thank you 4or small tourtesiesil
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family was then' living,-and Went return,, home ,,, to experiment, and
tato rAdip work. Thcradie station work out the proportiona; teuPt.Peetr ,Mti$T!DIStittifit CO1)111'1111 1-
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Unless we 'want 't0 give oP leek liQrns 411";Lrl'I'onis
small ic;, Marge tried her,. hand '-fihe is 7 now,, working en.: a
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spertal litie9tron fur goody maybe
kPons the city's 111011e1 11PQI,M1 : 'LLA i h A,-:k '1
St every,thing:.,,news, and consti- ceine ',-for a baked desert iti d
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The $1000 EhasZarrillo Handicap for fifth se
,rie,imported thoroughbreds and a pair ijf quabfy quabfying
ing quabfying 'races for twoiear-old aspirants for the $2000
,addedVest Indian Federation 'Classic will top this
;afternoon's program at the President Remon
,
Eight throughbreds Win match melinda, El Pobreton, Pan' Tosta.
strides in the ninith race over a do and Sapristi; The ones most
oistancr of seven furlongs in the likely to qualify are Sapristl, Pan
handicap, being held In memorY Tostado, Pastore, Xistullari and
'of the late former jockey, trainer Hermelinda. , ,
;and owner of horses at the Juan Besides these three special ev ev',
', ev', Franc. oval. I ents there is also a $650 one mile
Carrillo emigrated from. his na- race for third series -imported
tive Chile in the early twenties tivoughbreds in which Mossadeq
and was one of the pioneer riders whuuld score easily. Manandoa Manandoaat
at Manandoaat the now defunct Sabana pony gua. Golazo and Red Label don't
, pasture.' He loved Panama so much seem to be good enough to give
,that he Settled down here alid rem- the Stud Miura router a scare.
ained until his death. Seven other prospective'
' The promising English illy AL lers cotoplete 'the card.-;
You. Like Her shapes up as thel
one to beat in thib rate. inuendoti
Heroico) Distingo and rand Fm-I acetraik Tips'
ish are 'dangerous con viers. Su- ,
e rumena, Empire Cro and King

If lq on I i
Eight throughbreds Win match melinda, El Pobreton, Pan' Tosta
, strides In the ninith race over a do and Sapristi; The ones most
oistancr of seven furlongs in the likely to qualify are Sapristl, Par
1 handicap, being held In memorY Tostado, Pastore, Xistullart and
1 'of the late former jockey, trainer Hermelinda. , .. ,
:and owner of horses at the Juan Besides these three special ev ev',
', ev', Franco, oval. I ents there is also a $650 one mile
, Carrillo emigrated from, his na- race for third series 'Imported
tive Chile in the, early twenties tbroughbreds in whieh Mossadeq
, and was one of the pioneer riders whould score easily. Manandoa Manandoa,
, Manandoa, at the now defunct Sabana pony gua. Golazo and Red Label don't
, pasture.' Ile loved Panama se, muck seem to be good enough to give
,that he Settled down here and rem- the Stud Miura router a scare.
;,aloed until his death. , Seven other prospective' thrit thrit,
, thrit, The promising English illy As. lers cOmplete Hie card.-,
', You, Like Her shapes up as thel , ,..--,'
.. one to beat in thib rate. inuend,1 lit
',Heroictu Distingo and rand Fin-I , acetrack' Tilis''''
i, ish are 'dangerous con viers. Su- 1
f rumeno,, Empire Cro and King --, --- ,.. ,,
I complete the list of entries. - ..
k. itzThe first of the $650 six furlong ., By CONRAD
0 qualifying' races for the West In- INog-lino ,, ; , 'Eleeide
; dies Federation Classicpits Aluci- 2--Amah ''' , Riotous
' nado 'Carcaman,' Vespucht Bathi-i 3Kaialu Francisquito
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!,,. no, DoNe Fija Mulchen and Cam- 4Bargyle ' . Victoria
- Goias
tt,Inard against each other. Ba- 5rl-ssadeq
0- thins, Doble Fija and Campaff- 6Zumar tel ,,,' ., ,,,,, Colmado
' rtard aro the ones most likely to 7Vespucio 1......:1,44Carcaman
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' be eliminated., -- .,,,,, SJump Quick Merle Stuardo
',..4,-The second six furlong dash for 9As You Like Her ,i. Minuend
, tWo-yeai-olds brings together Pas- 10Sapristi :., s.,,,--,',' Pastore
, toreo, Xistullari,' Don Luck Her- IIEngailoso .. ', 7 Tingat
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Sargent read a stateent which
was the PGA's ,first official com com'Dent,
'Dent, com'Dent, on May's ,Action,
Lose No- ime 47
."The Professional Golfers Assn.
was surprised to learn through
the. press that Mr. George May
has cancelled his, two tourna tournaments
ments tournaments (t h e All-American and
World)," the statement said.
."Our relationship' withiMr. May
has always been plea$ant and
amicable. Because of the great
interest in golf in the Chicago
are, wii shall lose no time in
taking the necessary step to help
continue tournament golf in that
district." 7-
Regarding the entry fee policy,
Sargent said that iV now costs
the PGA $2,500 to $3,000 to pro-1
vide scoring service, conduct a
golf clinic and 'take care of other
organization details at a ,tourna-
"We have found it simpler to
retain the entrance fees, and hot
have to keep going' back to :the
sponsors for more money to pro provide
vide provide these services, Sargent said.
"That is otir policy and itts' re.
mains tmchanged;"

Sargent said, that, the comPlita'
ted Tam 01Shanter events cost, the
PGA $7,000 tor tts services last
year, However, May said,that the
PGA's. retention of tho fees this
year would. mean about three
times that amount,

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2-CARCAMAN
3-VESPUCIO
41.-BAMINA
5-.DOEILE FIJA
7-'74AmPACII4ARD, ,;14

ifying for Wati

3-0-Carcaman
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'44;13athina
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,UCamRagnard

e,iatin

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o. G.. SANCHEZ 115
H. CUST1NES 115
'11;, BAEZA,. 1151
BOVIL 112
J., CNCORA .112
.'; ;,R.LVASQUEZ 11'5
R CRISMAN' 115
41.0:e towo ",

POOL CLOSES SI

G Sanchez,1151Can Fun; fractious
Gustinea 111 ',4-Better tbia week
I 13;13aest 113 ,,-Hard to beat here' ;,',
:f CZ Sail Int ,'-good early speed
GongaCC112-;41towing'
:11:Naacibet 115 .'",Fractious;, can fun
-R Cris 11an 113 ,;-Impressive walnuts

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A".1)1STINDO 4 , ',
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:75;;:,M. UE ND 'CI 1;''' : ALVAREZ ',':106
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.7.....AS ',YOU ; c t1Nts. -112,
t bk' C
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It" YASC,RIEZ,-; 1 5
: 'SANCIIEZ ;. 11 5
...1,':OONGORA.- 115
4'; .5USTINES
'',7.41;POSIZETON-'10 ; '.''O.,f;',',ORTEGk-:,.11 5 ,:
,45,,!;;ZTAN'.. TOSTADO CASTILLO :1, 15
Y401110'1 F. AILVARtZ 112

Pool. 'Clow- s'

COLON:
, th
s or e convenience
of our,patrons,we are
now Operating boil: at
the'SAVOY.'

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lournaments or

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;7.1 11;,- 4 'f'"'"' la
. i Kte '440.4 e '
1,"3'AUGWak, Ga; Prb
"ifasional Golfers 'Assn. announced
,".odap that tournaments are
' tied at Baltimore., stile Clncago
,Inis summer with purses Iotaling
' 4445,09iltote replaee the rincelled
: Tars 01Shanter eyents in Chicago.-
:,-..Z-IltroAft Sargent, PGA president,
e 1,04 Xfporters Alt ",theq- Masters
rrnicnaolegt, here that the brgan brganIzation'temains
Ization'temains brganIzation'temains firm in its Volicy
el losing tournament entry. fees
t. to dray its expenses in to-spow.
, .01',101fIthurnatnents.
'Id: was this policy -that Chicago
trthistrialist George S. May
btatfied 'for cancellation of his
O'Shanter spectacle. May
1s4lot it would cost him S22,000 in
tent0 fees for the rich tourna tourna;newts
;newts tourna;newts which haye prizes worth
. $21q,000.1; -
-Thamel tournaments, for which
'plant-are almost complete,. will
thlaastern Open at Baltimore
: Ante in July immediatel follow following
ing following the PGA championship in the
same

.; ,, $50,000 ,Puzse
: The tew "Chicago -Open" Will
ibe played the following week,
!Slrgent said. He uld John and
lEd McNulty, Chicago, business business'men,'
'men,' business'men,' are backing the tournament
land that Chicago Mayor' Richard
Ta'ey is lending his support.
Sargent said the Chicago purse
;will be at least $50,000 and that
lit is -hoped to post $25,000
:prizes for the Baltimore event., --
The Baltimore tournament will
;t1-olayed on the Mount Pleasant
'eourse, and the Chicago event at
Cil,h which is co coowned
owned coowned by the McNulty& Glen Glen,
, Glen, near Lemont; M., in the
--tn&Chicago area.

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Shanter,-Tourhel
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Race T
racic Graded Entries
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P.P.. Horse ', Jockey Commies. 041411
1st Roos Sth Sitio' Imp. IrgsPurs WASS , Pis CIssis 1:30
, lst RACE OF THI DOUBLE, ;'-'

1--Riscal'. A: Vasquez 112'Fair ettort in return :;
!,-.111T Baeza zra Usually close lip
3Lanero 1-7 Jimenez 105 Rites falechance ;
4Amat i r.j.- Avila 115 --Nothing in ages .,-
5Nogallno- H. Gustines 112 Hard to beat beie

Pool Closes 3:00
up 5..
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Ig : 4-1
Pool Closes 3:40

2nd Race Imp. 5 Pas Purse St50-00 feat Closet UM
, 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE'
1Now Then B. Vasquez 102z kore ioon
2---Sober ,View V. Ortega 1.12 ----Still a big green '15-1
3Lark Gomez .113Good early speed 10-1
t--4-Amah -It: Cristian 112 --Has high rating "-" t s's 3-2
1 5Boiton Spring .1.- ,limenez 110 Not ready yet 10-1
'6Riotous C. Bovil 115Mill fight it out,:,
1 7Peter's Dawnfall 'Gus. 105 Reportelly.improved

3rd Race' ."11".,
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1Certamen
2Bugaba A-?
3Ka hitt ','
4Currita
5Francisquito
6Don Grail
7-,(Duairee

4th Rai, siNo-Whwiets" Nat. 5 Poi Purse' 5300,00
' : .," OUINIEL.A ,

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1-r-Victoria-
2-1dentica
3Bubenpleitos
4Don Vito
5Noticion
8Don Luis -,
7Bargyle

Sth'itatrd Sories rut's, saso.00

1Manandeagua
2--Mo3sadeq
3Go laze'
4Recl Label

6-7-(Paqtdro
7Tony)
, 8Autiinnto,
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6tli Ease 6th Series Imp. Fss.Purse $400.08, ;, Fool Cost
' lar RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1,-Collens Wish' Itniz 103 ,,-Would'pay4u16,,
2-Dawn Song F. Alvarez 108 ,-Reportedl'readr ,
3-Xolmado la. Hurley 113 11 fight it out t,,,'',,
,4-Camberwell : t G.. Gruen 118 -.Has late foor,0.,k
5,-(umar e, ,,, B.. Suess-112 4-Form :
6--(1)aquiro': A. Ycazit 110 iA-Calt,,makei,11t tocif.
7.-Tony) 1..,Gottgorii 108,Bettises titstail
8-Buti 4114) 1,,, A; Mato 1053e-Fastest getaway

1 -1 "Ouslifying
Purse $650.00
1Alueinado,:,

SPAN

Nativot -7 FOS Puri $71;20!
, ONE TWO

B. Vasquez 105x:-Not with This
C. Quiros 100x-Needs help sago s'
B. Baeza 112 Should make it, here
A.' Vasquez 11.5 --Showing improvement
H, Gustines Form indicates', :
G., Milord 101x( ....Must go lower
1P. Alvarez 108 Apparently needs 'rest

dOMPai,PiM,,,,IIMMII1.10!1111b

Voquez 110 -.Has good workouts
C. Ruiz 108 --Sti 11 big green
G. Sanchez 110 4Tamesis-Mrs. Cristina,,
, M. Hurley 110 ....Not' good enough
- Ft Alvarez 110 Improving rapidly'
, B. Aguirre 110 Rider only- handicap
H. Gustines '--Should get up now

No boy 105'1Could be runierui
A.,Itiaza 118 ,,-,Seems heat here
b. baeza 101 Jockey inay help,
E.. Dario 106 Distance lo -liking.

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b,'; '.af's 4 1 7Tony) 1...Grolgorii atl'ataile
e pbungry pros. to gRutilsnte) ;: ; Mato llnieFastest gettim;sy
whOm 'the, May cancellation tame 4, , ,
as a big financial jolt,' are hap- ". ' ,, ,!
pieLsow that thesubstitute tour-. "Ouolifying 'for Wosi 'ir ,, proderation, class
naments hall been arranged: Sat:- Purse, $650.00 Pooraioos 1st 'RACE: OFIHIE
1!!1.'fi.!ti,1,,.;,..-.1.:-!'f- 4 -;;t: 1.Al in d C h
uc a et, 211 MM. ovi

Sth litact;' 6th' Sorloi Imp. 6 Ilgs."1:;ur'sio
, OLIIMELA
"ELIAS CAEIIILLO HANDICAP"

115111"41 unntillMO ON E
1Surtimeno ',A;,eaza 113 Ran lieu' 12;,; '1
Tut,,ocukluit epaarylyoffape,.,ed-:;
I-41eroleo B. Baeza 106 e-e 1 ho-
3Grand Finish H. Ruiz 100 w mA --st here'
4Distingo C. Bevil 1176
3Minuendo Alvarel
grnpire' Agttiirre
7A.e You tuE0 Her H. Gust.1.12 .A" well in het ,
4-1Cing F. 'Hidalgo 118''',-dockey may- help
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30-1
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13-1
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3-2
10-1
' 3-2
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Piot Closos 210
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50-1
3-2
7-5
3-1
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414 Clost; 2:n30

.1. 3150 -5' 1211
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10-1
4 3-1
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254

'for Woof Ir ; Podorafion' Class 6 Far
4:101' 1st 'RACE: WYNN DOUBLE:.
, Banellez,115;w-Cin' Fun; ;;
11.' Gostineo 111 ',4-Better thii week 2-1

' 3-2
'15-1
"10-1,

2-1
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7 5-2
, EVEN
- 154
,,- 4 30-1
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4-1

9th Race 5thleriee 1911.1rnme $300.00,s, '" Pool Closer S:15
: orcs TWO '
1LOIDO 13.-Baeia'115,': 4-Doesn't stini "454
2Cartillero G. Bedo 3la 100xReturos from laYoff
3Thun,derstreak V. Ortega 115Jockey may help 3-1
4Elko R. Aguirre 113 4-Rider handitapst 4-1
:6-4ypres Rula.105'Gooclrecent. 1 ', ,-5-2
. .4.,Oustiner.108 s-Last was reyealing ;-1.
, Alfaro 107x Good. effort last ,- 8-1
, 11-41atead6,'',:( Cristialf,.15 (-i-rorm :
9-4Vengatmar-..,,'C.'Quiros,103x ;
10--.(peraimeno'AVoldlyis 110 :
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lOth ,,4701.1A1.1r VINO :' 'FOR 'WEST INDIES', 11 EDE ItA-TION CLASSIC."'
'; $650.00., Pnel Closes 5145
Vatiqi.lui 115, ...03etter Oita, ireei 4,7 -;
.2-alatulart ;:' GS, ane ez 115 4 Returns :taAop shape; r 5-2
Luba J.. Congorc115 ...Unknovnt quantity , 10-1
;4--1,1ertnernitta..L11; Gustiner 112 !--11111 good 'workouts '

, 'NOTE, LATE, ACT)ON i'tk
Dempsey issweating out a perio
of inactivity enforced by medicot
due- to a tenacious throat 'condi 'condition.
tion. 'condition. No-aymptonis-of -malignancy,
Ms many friends will be relieved
to know.' Question even g m it
Post tan't answer: Which -end of
the hotdog should be eaten first?
A Chicago s bookie telling: es:
"There's Jess. betting' on this one
(Robinson4Basilio) than any big
fight we've had here in years."
The odds bore him out; iestesd'of
shortening they lengthened.- Ex Exnectedlater
nectedlater Exnectedlater action on the Harlem
tycoon underdog 'froni. the ..star,t,
failed to materialize.' -
Li I AND TAX ES eportedl,
signed at $100,000, we hear Stet
Mueial settled for $75,000 and a
front office conneetion with,- the
Cards' lcir. iyhteh he will be paid
$25,000, the first year he hings Ub
his spikeik Same difference, except
it makes for a more advantage advantageou,s
ou,s advantageou,s tax dealTed Williams is Also
said to !have a tax spread ar arrangement
rangement arrangement with the. ItecV,SoXi
DiMaggio game's,. first
$100,000 player,4L $90,000 in laiar
ry. $100,000 in tax free expenses.
Just to keep the retotd straight,
Micke Mantle made his asking
pme stand itp this year $75,000.
The president of MIT won't make
half this 'much, but then be prob probably
ably probably never hit grand-811M hOtn,
er either. N;

.TH I 'MOT CRACK E R 1.-- Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev has 'already decided on h i s
Kremlin, lineup for '58 thhile Casey,
Stengel,i;we note, still can11,Makt
up his mind 'whether to "play ,Mc ,McDougald
Dougald ,McDougald .00(ubek t.. shgrt., Oh Ohitions11'
itions11' Ohitions11' dealocracy ,hes'its. short,-
.
comingto RITA 'it they could:shin,
.
the, Rangerk the:way-Alley k are
getting banged utiohysically;hould
have to trade in the Stanley,' Cup
for an outsize blood. bemk:,,To tbe
horse PilYege the first .round,rob.,
in' is r far, the ,loveliest metntfes metntfestett
tett metntfestett of sprinc"',..Sammy t Reniik
tit
,says ell play hie 'next Blifil'ole
in sJabarn AZiative'il e ra't on of
viitiglity Joe roung,!!frio doubt.... ',
' ''''. 1M) If AND M E at '''...,'TliiirVers
'in AfisilibIrroobr' the'. Ray- a' f t Ur,
the Ale' arid someone rentrked
that Rol' Ion, the rnorninte before,
had tone'to church.' The 'battered
little onion fancier Smiled.' lamely,
"So did L Maybe be' went Ihice.111
Birdie 11,,bbetts. asks 'us to believe 1
'the Redi Smdk3i:Bilrgess iter,.1the
ibest pinch-httter'. m' the',1Ili.''..4",:,.
..,In 'fact, 'the est since .1 ohnny
Vlize.,, Shipping '' magnate ',. Spyros
Niarchow is known' as 'the "Tank "Tankk
k "Tankk er Khig' '',shades of Red ', rill rilltollurprising
tollurprising rilltollurprising observation 'by' Al.
T01, Surprising observation .bv Al
Lopest White Sox mans ger: .'"Paul
Dean hailister then, bis brothei"
'Diz"$Talking, maybe, Remember
Gabby 'llartnett?-, He's entered hi
the currant ABC (bowling) match matches
es matches at Syracuse, Old Clark' G-i I I Ifig),
fig), Ifig), ranked him ,ov,er,,, Dickey,:
Cochrane, ill others,- as a, catch7
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sas ACT VP, CHARITTLI--', This was
, 'in- the 1 Clubhouse. -at gialeah and
' Judge James Dooley,. who oper45-1'
ides' Narrangansett, was, looldng
, 2-1 back to,142 when Msab beat Whir1-1
3-1 MI by, a ',nose it a, match raca
4-1 ,,,,,, nurse was
, 5-2 225,000, winner, take allbig Iler,
2-1 ing money at the, time. ,Ben .Jones

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bad- Whirlaway, heavy favorite;
Sarge Swenke had ALM). gh t
before the race Jones came to
me and said: "Split the purse two
ways. $20,000- to, the i winner, $000
to the loser.,Sarge is an old friend
and I don't want him to wind up
empty handed." ',It, 'was agreed..
Other wise Joneswho, was per perfectly
fectly perfectly aincere, I'm sure would
have wound up empty-hafided.

130 MUCH POWERThere are
some ballpayers who must be han,
died with a velvet,glove;, others
with an iron fist. Vic Power of the
Kansas City A's failed to respond
to the V.G.' treatment and .that1F
one reason why ',Lou Boudreau
didn't survive the season as man manager
ager manager last year-The new- manager,
Hull Craft -, Familar with the
situation- is playing 'Ube other
way.,: .itnd 'getting fine results.
Power, fiest liege 'in the Yankee
chain; was sold before reaching
the Stadium:'Never-a hospitable
haven' for nonconformists.

situatiott piaymg it,tne outer ,
And 'getting fine' results. PARIS, FRANCE U.S. skat skatPower,
Power, skatPower, first Nego ln the Yankee ers continued to dominate the
chain; was sold before reaching world figure skating chamnionships
the Stadiunf;Never'a hospitable as David Jenkins-(left) of Colora Colorahaven'
haven' Colorahaven' for Fu?nconformists. do and Carol Heiss of New ,York
- , - City cantured the men's and wom wom'SAW
'SAW wom'SAW IT COMING Di, Charles en'a titles' at the recent compati compatiStrub;
Strub; compatiStrub; dead at' 73, 'was 'racing's tions in Paris. '
No. 1 promoter, & hard 41 Bed For Cr.rol, -18-year-old student
businessman with daring and vilATNew York University, it w a s
sion, In bis hands, Santa 2, Mita the third world championship in a
vations, such as the photo finisit roW; She first won the title two twocamera
camera twocamera and the electric timer. He years ago at Garmisch-Partenldrwas
!Inpatient with the statos qu. chen, Germany. Her 16-year old
jo awqd mons ota atutioect siter, Nancy,.placed fourth in this
Anyone with' a new idea concern- year'S competition, after Ingrid
ing 'the sport,, or ctistomer ionyt!- Wendl anct Hanna Walter, both of
hiehrh ;Vonr.'a ready &whence.' Ir Austria.
this, respect he-Was another i'ioe '' '
Widener. came to 'r sting Dave Vrst won the men's title
through, tkaeban and three years last yerr 4;olorado Springs,. Co Coago
ago Coago haeone's be made as a pre. lorado. A 21-year-old medical stu studiction,'My4960
diction,'My4960 studiction,'My4960 we'll have b g dent at Colorado College, he platleague.leamvin-toth'IpS,Angeics
td third in the 1956 Olympics. ilis
anti Sat trancisco. A wide miss brother,,Hayes Alari Jenkins,' won
Ior.bitn; bat VPicall, he barLup the men's world title four years
'erringlfrsensed, the trend. ', rmning before turning profession,-
' ,2e IL Taking .second honors titis year

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9 wickets in the Pacific, Cricket
LeagiCagainst the'yomack,Am the'yomack,American
erican the'yomack,American Wiusky110 all out at Para'.
so, on' Sundan March 30.
Thelitilk of the Clovelly runs
cape from G. Moore 35, R. Mom Mommings
mings Mommings 28,,C. Lashley ,18 and J. Al Alleyne
leyne Alleyne 11. noeout. "",
Bowling. for ,W.A:W; G-Brown
took 4, wickets for 54 runs, M.
Smith for 47, H. Kerr 1 for four
and M, Kelly one for six...
Batting first on a good '-wicket
the Womack ',American Whisky's
batsmen who reached double fig.,
urea were H., Kerr 25, ,A. Waite
24, C. Temple 21 and M.,Smith 10.
Powling Clovelly J. Alleyne
captured four 'wickets for 37 runs,
W. Brathwaite three for, 26, G.
Moore one for 21 and R. Brown
one for 17.8, ,,'0
Umpires were G. Bruton and A.

tiePrizes' given by the:league
Were won by G. Moore for o,,he high.'
est score in the match and J. AI.1
leyne for taking the most wickets
at the lowest coast of runs per wic wicket.,,,,,;
ket.,,,,,; wicket.,,,,,; ,,, 0.
,TOmorrove,; Paralso,; C.
play othe Womack American Whig.
ky at Raraiso. Gam,e, starts ato.11

';'sliErt,tiiitiint7-v.',otttri 115' -,-Itroliirtlit' yo'vngst
,6.;-Pan Tosiado V: Castillo,115 Can shake a leg
ra ti ttliareZ 11; :
-11th' Pace,' Natives4",,iggs,Furit $375.00

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,1,;-Ingatioso- ',Vasquez 111 .04Porm ;Indicates
1-",1Pre Milord :1Q7x 4...Early speed onlY
3.1-Tingat Jimenez 115 .i;,,Iteportedbi Pr,
'4,41actical NOT: ,,14darlgc an -the,
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in the men s competition was Tim
Brown of Carmichael. California.
kb-I Gilletti of France wee
,
The' judging for the men't and
women's .titles is weighted '60 per
cent for compulsory figures and
the remainder for free style skat skating.
ing. skating. Carol received 6-point, or 'per 'perfect,
fect, 'perfect, scores from three of the
nine judges, none of whom r rated
her less than 5.7. Jenkins alio re received
ceived received extraordinarily high scoreS,
ont 6-point rating.
,This was the eleventh. year'inl a
row that the men's title has been
won by the United States,
.
The dance championship t I
vear went,to Great r? Britain for
the sixth straight year when June
Markham and, Courtney Jones suc successfully
cessfully successfully defendedlhe title they
won at,Colorado S prings last
year,- -
Barbara ;Wagner and -Robert
Paul of Canada took the ,pals'
championship, 4-,

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1,,- y ,. Aft i A. 0 t 1st Race Sth Sitio' Imp. II Fgs Purse $400.00 , Pool Cleses 1:30 ,, Jo
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.41,7,' , ' e t ,,, T ' ; , -,',"- 2,--Elegidn,:,:;Ai4 --B,T Baeza zra,--Usually close .up ,t,' es:, 2-1 , 7 , , ,,, ,, , -- , ., k - -
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'''',rT ---- (;)--- ,- .. ,, b : 3Lanero,, J.-. 4.7, Jimenez 105 Ilitis fair -chanea ; A ay'. -- -5-1 '11,10TE, iiTE, ACT1014 -----J a4't.11 bad- Whirlaway, heavy favorite; ,p.-
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4Amat ,,-..i ;".1.-, Avila 115 Nothing in ages ''.' .k-',..,
"ITh'"e ii000. Eh'Us-Cariillo Ifindicip for fifth se- Z.-Nog:11Mo H. Gustines 1,12 Hard to beat here ., 3.312 Dempsey. issweating out a perk), Sarge Swenke had Alsab. Ni gh t '
.- t -'' of inactivity enforced by medicot before the race Jones came to : ,
,c$,Imported thoroughbred aitd a pair ijf qualify- ,, .- .. -:::- -- ,., :-- ..2,--, ;,,,: -,,,,,,, due- to a tenacious throat 'condi. me and said: "Spht th purse two
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ir 'races for two-year-old aspirants forthe $2000 ' -' -' '' '-' '- -' tion. Ne-aymptoms-of -malignancy, ways. $20,000: to, the i wmner, S000

. ,,' .. ( lnd RACK OF THE DOUBLE .'s --,.
1Now Then i'irastmes 102z '"-Will tieore'ioot; -: :
1 to know:' Question even g m it and 1 don't wad him to wind up ,- ---
ii:1 1).oat:c!!'t anren yhiek .entl?..! to2ptyhand!d." 's lt,.-was agreed. 1

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, 3Lark It. Gomez .U3Good early speed 100 Cbleago bookie telling es: 1 feetly aineere I'm sure wouldl
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9 xuerc mcas. oco-uus ou 1115 Vile 77 77..1
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10"1 Eght we've had here in yeara.
am! :o.ce sh.sn -

norY Tostado, Pastore, Xistullari and' 7..-Peter's Downfall H. 'Gus. 105 -Reportidi. 7, iMpieved , 2,;,.1 The em1.3 Dere mm eu0,I. Mstee" 'IJu In Un run K''Illel.13 arc .. I
iiner Hermelindc ' '' ' ) r ', .. ,e ; : .. shortemng they lengwened.- Ex- some ballpayers who must be han,
Nan Besides these three special ev- .''' ' : ' .w.,.....0; 4 : N ' ''.. : Rectedlate- action on the Harlem died with a velvet ,glove; others t
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ents there is also a $650 one mile .- - .' 4,-., ',, v ' - ., tycoon underdog 'trona-- the .start, with an iron fist. Vic Power of the
o name: .1qm., Natives -7 Pp Purse $37520 .".; Piot Closes 2110 ,
sit- race for third series -imported a failed to materialize.' -. Kansas City A's failed to respond ;
ties throughbreds in which Mossadeq -s, ', , .- ONE TWO ,,, .- , - ---,-. - to the V.G.' treatment and that1F
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ders whould score easily. Manandoa- 1-Certamen ,B. Vasquez 105x-' Not wIth this 'rider-. '',,.1,,.., LIPS AND TAXES Reportedly one reason why ',, Lou Boudreau
PonY gua. Golazo and Red Label don't 2-B b
uga a .-' ,- C. Quiros 100x-Needs help klso s' '" 50-1
4il signed at $100,000, we hear Stet dicha't survive the season as man- i
3-Kalahr B. Ba 112 -Sh ld
ntch seem to be good enough to give ., A: eza ou make it, here
' Hueial settled for $75,000 and a ager last yean,The new- manager,' I . d
rem- ;' .- 4.6 front office conneetion with,' the Homo Craft ,...- Familar -with the ', ., '..... . rr -:1' 1 1
the Stud Miura router a score. Arurrita
Vasquez 113:-Showing improvement s I
--- Cards' for iyhich he will be p a 1 d situatim -- is playing 'Ube other, ,- '. ,'' c ' --- "77 - l' '4" - l ,, I
. Seven other prospective' thrir- .---s'
H, Gestines -Form indi tP vt..
' ,i.ks 1 lers coMplete 'the card.-, n I A' ce-s, : - I 5 $25 000 the first year he hangs uo way..' .iind 'getting fine' results. PARIS, FRANCE -- U.S. skat- in the mee's 'competition was Tim .. i
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ellsn 111Y AS; lers coMplete 'the car0.:,. . 6-Don Giang- -C; ifil-o-raiOba.---iu-ii g--o-io-nr;. 1:1. ''' ''r' '' ',' -3-
s up as the' , ...--' ', ',
- qw, , 7-4Desree IP. Alvarez 108 -Apparently needs rest 4-1
te. inuendo, -' n
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and King ----. ------ -, ,- .- '; 4th Roca "No-Winners" Nat. 5 PoiPurso 5300,00 '.- Pool Closes 2:it
mtries. - v : '' : '', ': MAMMA , ' ,
0, la furlong
- ; Vesicle 1.,-Victorir A. Va'squez 110 -Ras good workouts ; '.i 5.1
ithes West In- 1--Noirlina
2-Amah -'4: Riotous 2---Identica ', c C. Ruis 108 --Still b, big green .- 15..I
It Tits Aluci3-Kalaiu
,, , FranAsluit.o 3-Bubc:2pleitos G; Sanchez 110 4-Tamesis-Mrs. Crisfina,, -, 2-1
muclni. Bathi

,' M. Bur lev 110 "Not' kood enottah

, Gola!of 5Noticin 11 Alvarei 110 Iminiwing raprdly

0Don Luis -, ", B., Aguirre 110 Rider only. handicap

' ite""ell;Tna.ied7-7-
, Limn Quick Marie btuardo ,.
' 4,-The SCOOn SiX hirlOng "aasil for 9As You Likt ylor Minundo
s; P st.oroo
, wo-yeal-olds brmgs together Pas- 10--Sapristi -7, a Sth 'Race trd Series imp Pjs: Purse'$150-.00 Cio'ses
tpren, istultart,' Don Luck Her- 11Engaiosto ; Tingat ,
, 1Manandoagun No boy 105',Could be runtierne I
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, ri . I 2Mo3sadea A. Yeasa 118 ,,Seems bes-t hpro I--;

raz oasacieg ,,,,,seems eat here 1-2
3Goleta' b baeza 102 Jockey Inay help' 1 S-2
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fr,' 4-1ted Label E.,. Dario 106 Distance ,to : 4-1

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an er Tourhe so .4-Camberwell : t G.' Graell 113 -41as late feor.,,,..,k ,,,, .. is 3t- far, the lovglast manfes- t
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ell PAIT his 'nelt Olifilvie :'F,''',,k, 1 i -0,0-' , ,r : ',' , I - ::::, : . v- -,
's -' "" ' '. ;'-' 4'. '4 77 '' 4' ''''''. -4: ''''':'" 'l 4:: "'"'" I."' ": ''''''''' 6-(1) ottiro'''''' ij-'. A Ycazit 110 i.h-Can.make. ll' foci:. '' 3 2 5" - -' ,, '" '',' '1"' '"''' '' ,''' ''''" -' 'Iv, I , -. ' -' .- I
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clap that tournaments are plan- as a big financial jolt,: are haP- ,11-t....ou, ,. 1,,.; ...fo,, ,,,-,, ,v....., .,,,,,f,,,,,,.,,,, ...., ,,F,Iodo. .........,:2, ,..,,,.,:,, ,:;,.,.. ; mit. .......... ry.... : .. ,,,: 1.. 0.6,
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me4 on'',May's aletion, -,' '--'4,,',4'--;;Bathina .,-, '4' 4 C,',' Bovill112" tood early speed '';'-' ''.1, '15-1 Birdie T bbetts, asks 'us to believe came from G. Moore 35, R. nem- -. ; ,.. ..
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Bowling for WAN.- G, -Brown ,: 1 ,-) ; r ;-, ,,,, ' I 1 ' f .
::' to defray it, exPenses iT4 to-sPon' ' 1---t-ampagnara ,:t. Caution 115 ,,,,-Impressive workouts r 3-1 ,In 'fact, 'the tett since ,.'S o h n n y
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was surprisea to learn mroue , ---,,-.... ,,, , . , Smith 3 for 47, H. Kerr 1 for four .,,, , ,- ,. ,',,,- .. , .., .
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4.' ;-idI was' this Po- licy -that Chicago Abe, press that Mr. George May Ith Place 6th Serles' len 6 P P $400 , l','' -' "' ''''' er King' ',...',shades of Red ., IND,- an ,Y e -,, dir ,,,
is. gs urse Peel Cles'es 4:0 atting tirst on a good- wicket tom,,,, ,
irthistrialist G e o r g e S. May has cancelled his, two tourna- ,
d ., OUINIELA ... 1,-, ,,, , to.Eurprliang 'observation by' ,AI'
the Womack ',American Whisky's' , ; )
, blatfied 'for cancellation of his meits (t h s All-American an "ELIAS CARRILLO HANDiCAP" ' 'ONE TWA : ",4, TON., Surprising observation ,bv Al b o i,, h
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Is4idt it would cost him S22,000 in '"Our relationship' with Mr, May 1--Surtimeno A. ttaza 115 -Ban Well in laet -!' 7 3 2 Dean was' faster than,bis brother , ,
mut& fees for the rich tourna- has klways been pleakant and 4
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$21000.t,, interest in golf in the tenicago 4Distingo r im ,-Would pay- off,', ; 134 nabbY 'Hartnett?-, He's entered hi captured four'svickets for 37 runs,
-Th4,nel tournaments, for which area, wi shall lose no timq r 3Minuend '111.-Alvarvel ;706 r gm the cultent ABC (howling) match- W. Brathwalte three for, 26, G. , 4,de : grotvil
one for 17.8 -' : 4,111 Ft
)planrate almost complete,. Will taking the necessary step to he p hvo.pflortm:. T 1. 433 14teskatraBnykraedcosehim.Old,ov,Traf,it:DGic-ikelyf-,: Moore one for 21 and B., Brown 1!0'
' thaZastern Open at Baltimore continue tournament golf in that 7As You Like Her H. Gust:112 u m 1 '

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.ing the PGA championship in the , - 7 T , .. ..., ', '' s 'C erif: :,.,. : .:. !, ,' '' : l'", ;.1 .1 4', A. Aarber.' -,,.- .- '-', .. .- ut.4. 0" -e
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" ' ' Sargent said that it now costs Stb Rice litliSerieSImp. 1 lets.Pnree $500.00 s, Pool Cioneir S:15 'ACT. VP 4,,...
-CHARITY' ''-'-'' This' Woo were wonby G Moore for ,,,he-high' '''' - '''-' N ''''- ki0 , '
' ' . $50 000 Purse .- the PGA 52,500 to $3,000 to Pro- 4, '- ; orcs TWO '',...':,-.,,,,, ,. In-ihe Clubhouse', itt-,plialeah and ,est. score in ti;e match and 3.' Al. -! ,' ,... -, -,,,,, -.,, '- ,,..,,, -,.,..,., ..,,.,-, tti, , ,. ', I I - ''..
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'he new "Chicago -Open" WM golf clinic and take care of other 1-1,6136 ', -- '. B.-Baeis'115,', 4-Doesn't Seeni:likelIs1,-,-; ' '15-1 ides' Narraogansett -was' looldng at the lowest coast of runs per wk. -.." -. ' ' ' ''' ' ' 1 1 ''
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played the following week, organization details at a tourna- 2-Cartillero ". G. BedoYe
100x-Returos from; layoff :"..; ''t .- ,,-.' S-1. back to,.142. when Msab, beat Whirl, kett,.',,, ',,',,, ', ,:.,,,, .., , ,.,, ,, L .., ,,,,,, :t.m. as" u,e Pia 60-:- ''''', .. ,,, ,,,-- : !' .., ., ,,,'
lent said. He uid John and ment' ,,, ',,, ,,, ,,-,-, , -,,,, .... ,s-Tlumderstreak V. Ortega 115 ,,,-Jockey may help .- .. -,' ,,'. 3-1 ;may-by:a ',nose bk. a, match race ,TOmorrow";', Paraiso. C.0 ""; will 2'. '1""lbl'uler.ki' ' ..r ''''''''': .' '4 ''' ''''' 's ''''' '''' ''4'''4 ''''''"' ''''' '''
,McNulty,'' Chicago,' business. ""Vie have found it simpler to 4-Elko '-.'''''-,,,, B. Aguirre 113 ;-Rider ,handicape !: ':' "---'':'' 4-1 at.,,bie-tratia,,,,e,i; The ours ,,,was play .the Womack 'America:0.'111s. -' '' '
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n, are backing- the tournament retain the entrance 'fees,,and not, '6-:-Cypres BuU B. Ruiz 105 --Good,,reOeot raeOr', i '.- ,-5-2 S25,000., winner- take 101--bii raer, ky at Raraiso; Game, starts at,12,1 ,' 9,,;. ;PYste're prospecting :for golt Mind emming '' It' ,:.,!'
I that Chicago.' Mayor' Richard have: to keep' going' back to ,the 13-,-English, NV,! ...f.,Oustinet"108 .Litst was revealing 7 ;-1. ing, money ,at 'the, time. ,Ben Jones, 30 p m ... ''. I' '"' ,, t ..' ' I- 7, '. 1.' ' ''' .' ' ,t
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Pey is lending, his support, i sponsors lot more money 14, pro- -',I-',..Miket, Albino 107x;-Good effort last; ,' ''' ,..,. 3-1 ...
argent said the. Chicago purse vide these services, Sargent said. 11.Plattado,.? It Cristiauit5 (,-Icorm indicatei,'i.! '.,--- ,,:l...: 3-2 ''.'5,.Ettpliiitiiie,,,4:-Ohtik 11,5'' ',,,fit,,,,41,n,i,,,: "' 6t 1.1..1!,4!. r. i
I be' at least $50,000 and that '"That is otir "policy',, and it', re, 9-41Tenganza r-,-,,,C.'Quiroe 103x ''' ''.. : '', ''''-4,..'''',.,..;",:,...'' ..,:. '. J.:.,..-;:, ,0-Pari- To-Stade'''. V.' Castillo;i15- -.-CVn-liti'-a-kwe' geGregg7er- :;:''',, ''';''''. i'''-' '.12--1. ..:': .' ,,', ''' '' ''' ..'' i '-' '' 'r ' ''',,- -s, il .7.''. ;ft' .4 : -:;.- i it !' ;- ,. i
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NEW NORK (NEA) .-11 could
oave petal au white s Lau,J
ao ur biny Lataift a 'tavern tit
aoy a tne ower paces in
Stu. ma)us tie Laat time a
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1.1ing jotgY mcmory,,,

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01 00a014 tor more Watt ycitra
00W llia vita Ottgauo .inuni
wneu isew Vont uistrict
toraey muted ; around wild suit suitPoenas
Poenas suitPoenas and, impuuutied nosiness
recorus of people suspected 0: 01-'
lug .tront'ntell ,,
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tams -notd ni,.grano
043 00, tile, ,tvW toi.s.
husinetss, scnetinied to iage up.muc
ot April, wut provide snowier head
nneuilled mew day tor Polluctans.
Accortung to .tut,' worry, tinS
time tnere At some, messy evidence
intting around watch Wilt Imit'Car Imit'Carbo
bo Imit'Carbo to otner tight managers.'
It is going to bit aWilniY
113 tar as Oti concerned shoes
ed look on an Investigator's 'Ike
when he discoVert ,hosmg connect
Writ is 'starting to ,Iveat; bit

Frank Carb
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To make ad ancient,' pOint,, but
One which people, particularly pti-1
liticians; seem to lorget,': -hoeng
is s sport which( did not r come
fronr silver spomv neighborhoods,
It was illegal W begin with.,And
those engaged in it usually )comis
from crampedsneighhorhoods with
no money, and tacket ,guys..for,
neighbors,
The tough guys have alivays been
in, the businest and kid breakihg
in goes to them fot help. ContfarY
to popular bele,' racket 'guyS can
blow money on fighters, Boo Boo
toff, who once ran Philadelimia,
spent a fortune on fightera ,opo
saw little ,of it back., -
So, if a: hig le about: to ,te
made over. Frank Carbo,, please
include me out. EverYbody
ing knows him-for years and most
have, one way Or the Otblr,, done
business with him at one time.
If you chase him, there are Iltt to
take his place. ,,
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Much more important, it would
seetn,, is to police the fighte them'.
selves better and forget where the
kids come from or who their titan,-
agers arc No matter what it done
you are not going to ,prevent
Carbo or others who 'fit the de de1
1 de1 scription from being in,;hosing-.
at s ag .6
1 Th t 't so. hi
not, concentrate on yhat ,going
on in the ring. Ilave a' cothitrisSion
of boxinupeople, political
haCks,' 'who can 'strietilt 'phoney
be orehand and prevent It. And,
too watch the condition' of ljalit
ers 'better.
-T-Abe -Attelt-was talking'' about
this. "Investigate the mangers,"
he 4ald, should' 11TFat the
'boxing cOnimissimiif:they-i:ever
let Carmen Basilio fight againlie
got that pse and he took, too many
punches, ,-, ,f
"Thi;y waited., too long to bar
that Hurricane 'Jackson,. ,..,4hey
shouldn't make the same mistake
with Basilic). Anybody who lets
him light Robinson ktg,ain deserves
to be shot,"., ( 7 t
In the meantime, brush utl, on
your ,Blackstone, boys. Sports is
going to court again"
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NEAtEST 1,41T
- NEW .YORK (NiA)-, , Mickey
Mantle of theYankee made the
neatest hit of his careet when'S,A
500, New York high schuol,tvris
named 'film the hest-grooined
rue in the, sports world-

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CHICAQ0 INEAi: Abe Saper Saperstem
stem Saperstem sees one of the biggest years
lof ail-time ahead tor puticy, num numoers,,
oers,, numoers,, owitacit betting, plus the
Yantiees, Notre Lame. And a leL
iotner major, weil-run proad4ions
1,-t-including nis Jammu, ttimietrol,-
' ::'Llut the recession,":Abe',sayS,
"'s Swill .t0 muruer : eviryou41
else. ootAte of tnese oaseoad raids'
are ,i13:10P an swim, ',.ong sum-'
vier. The novelty angle wul m4he
.ide Dodgers and Litudts:'jgo treo
menuous in Loa Angeiestand San
trantiscn."' ,':,,, .. -' t ",
lnere are .-few ,more i qualified
to" mg' :than snort; stumpy; bti per perstem..
stem.. perstem.. pernaps the Idlest promot promoting
ing promoting Latent lii sPorts.,, ''l
rbut," he' inty4 "wheii the it:'
travutht isn't a novelty br an eige.1
ly publicized that it intrigue's peo peopie
pie peopie 'tin gate receipts ire going
'to be 'way loL Winn money is
'tight the hest' sprting attrattions
do bitter thin ever. the rest get

1.4"Don't liyIndytell' me' there'l
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ment., Mayhe'l, don't know linaces
the' wsy an' ecotiontitt'doet But
1! tin Jell you ',Nick that irloii
got ii Silo theseiltys you' got tO
tight with everything you have, to
get the, customer into the house.'
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t ieritail -, the 41, expertv. who've.
, been Avritinvoff tho,,iLoolAngeles
Dodgerri au a -pennant,: contender
had bettee take another, lork, ,st,
manager iyalt,,,Maton's ttnine,..old
Men." z; .v. '-,,Ii, ', g..,:',,t..' i, c(4,v,,
,,Tho :Dodgers aro., supposed to
have. Mora hoiqs, th a n ;po i,vi, of
Swiss 'cheese but they've looked
mighty. solid to the worjd citan4
pion!- Milwaukee ,i-Bra4s., ..' this
.onring.'and -their ,overall 13-16,regl,
,ord 4it fourth hist, on the Grape,,
fruit and Cactus Aircuitc,: They,
whipped., the ',Braves., .3-3, :Thum
I day, ':to -, take, a At1. lead fq;,..tlic15,
' nine4ame,, Spring .serieri,.? -',;,,
, What's- more the Dodgertrdenp.,
onstrated they haven't lost their
touch against Milwatikei,ace War.'
ren ,Spahrt,',. who hasn't' heated
them 'tinee 195t:,'' Spithn' :started
,Thuraday's game :at Jac)taorivillit;
'rlic, apd Was raked' toieight hits
and four rims,Ancludint live homi
ers by, Charlie Neal -and MO by
rookie Dick 'Grayi(is fivo,rutings.
, Fleet, aggressive Jim Rivera
'starred fotthe Chicago White Sox
as they.heat the St....,Loult Cardi CardiMils,
Mils, CardiMils, 4-3, befori art, Oierfloig
crew at Pensacola.: F1'a, Itivert
scored the first Chicago- run al aler
er aler stealing second base lit the sec second
ond second inning and cut down' the po4
tential winning. rod' with' a Pne
throw' from right 'field in,', ot
ninth. s' .4; ''' ,' ,.! ,'-' 4. ''' '''' '''.
, In the Other:games, the: Balt!.
more Orioles swept a doublehead doubleheadr
r doubleheadr er' trod' the Cleveland Indians 1
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, 10-5 'Ind 11-10; the yittsburgh -PI--
rate downed.' 'the Kansatt City
Athletics,.1-, th Chicago tubs
, whipped the San Francisco Ciento,
10-5, and the Cincinnati Ttedlegs
and Washington Senatora played a
12-inning 3-3 deadlock.

T::E SUNDAY A7-77:1711CAN

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"He's choosy. He isn't spending
it any place. When he does he hab
to be hired. Some ot these D4b,.,
te'ams just. open their doors
and expect to see people come in.
'they are going to catch heti thiL
year. :
"I know a conple of policy ban),
iguys and 1.knovi they, do bettor

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DENVER (P.PY.:, 'Pine Valdei,1
the, tall Cuban Who Wants to iight
kloyd Pattersom for the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight crown, got a. lot, of mile-1
ige out- of Ofits left hook Thurs.'
day night In his split decision vie.
tory over Wayne Beane in a 10.
rounder-. at 1 Denver. Auditoritati
Arna.," ': 7,.",
Veldee got 'test of :hie' 204
poOnds behind thd' Wow' that put
'the :Islew yorker down'. for .the
fouriceunt ; in -the- 'seventh. But
eihed Bethea Was slipping 'bark,
ward because et his-Nowa awk-i
iverdness at-the 'time; the blow
didn't Cause much bodily' damage.
it just lost the fight for him, 't 1
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hid''aldes
Owed, 4746. Judge: Ray 4(eech
aliso had Valdes ahead, 47446. B,ef,,
.tree Don -Perko scored it 47-45 fOr
'llethea.
-iUnited Press lored the fight id
tayor 3 of illetbet,i,48-47,iv,11;i, h
4:0( ' flcV I
sr', The crowd, 0! 2,242 paid $7,928
t4 see the bout,!'and most ofithem
.indicated they ,wete sorry:, they'
Aid done so, They booed throughl
out,,, especially.. when Naldes
;announced the, winner.4
,:,,,Bethea kept in sidt Valdee'
had. 'the long.range,,,:edtir'intseql
Thor 4ight never ,rit ("out' ot.the
clinching ,stage..,, A
i-COtel the''first
round. Ielt tibs, stOLA 'Retried,
pentralized later itt the,bout with
his close-in tactics:, "1,.
,Bethea's best reurids!Were 'th'e
sirthr during whielt ,he landel
right books to,,,the' fact:- end Altb.'
'eighth, ninth and' tentit,',!dnring
kwhigh, he ke0 Valdee, baektraelt.,
ing, ,,-

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Golf ,Cbuiei' 4-"''

',, KILDARE, Ireland (NEMIre-,
land's An ,Tostal Golden1 eGolf
Ball Contest is played over:ik, Mg Mghole
hole Mghole course that.meisure MOTS
than five miles from -tee to greek
'The long hole crosses tbe
plains of the famous Curragh, of
Kildare. v,
Ank lostal is Irelan.dis xiationza
spring festival, scheduled this
ye,r for May 11-26.
Even the lawliest deer has a
good .chance of winning the gold golden
en golden golf ball bectust this tolirne
rnent ix, to say the.least, ainuxtial.
Contestants are-limited tir three
clubs and'30 lost balls.'
' -The "fairway"' includeS o such
delightful hazards at. tank trans,
rifle pits, grenade range,'planta range,'plantatiens,
tiens, range,'plantatiens, furze. highways, a cemetery
and railway.
, ; ;

now than in good times. reople
,00k 'to make a score when the
ash isn't around.. They try the
aumbers, Or they put a Aew bucks
3n a 'horse with a bookmaker.:The
000ks will do better because peo peo)te
)te peo)te may; not be spending 'admis 'admisSiOh
SiOh 'admisSiOh money to race. tracks as much
4s they ,did before., ',, 1

ario .4t1.7 solugra twi A11;., stveAY.
body, laughed when I signed the
San Francisco 49ers to a, five- -v
game tom' with the G obetiOtters
this winter.' They drevi 50,000 peo peopie,.
pie,. peopie,. including 14,000 in San-Frad- ;
cisco;The novelty did it: Now we t
are starting the College' All-Amtrice
tour.' We're going into 19 ci-
ties and I expect to do better thiS
year than'we did list yew,' ,, .1
"But there? reason for It In t'!
good timei, a SIMI' boy could ban- :
die my' business.' But I've never
worked 'harder in my life than
I have in the last six months. I'm
here 14,15 hours a day. ,L0ok at
the Advance men we're using...
Jack 4-furley, Bill Mil er.
real pitchmen.
"We don't miss a trick.' ilear-
from iny advance Men every day.
We're going- into 19 cities in 19
days with this tour and we don't
have time for mistakes.," r, --
Saperstein was sitting ,in his
Dearborn' Street o flees,- a four-
room suite of which Ilia is ,the
most cluttered. On the walls were
Pictures of momenta in his fantas-
rirnrntttinet litog

tie promotillg life..,:

'11 talked about the early ones.
'During Abe last depression we
were not 83 big as we are Ato,v,
but we did well," he mused, "Abe
Saperslein fromotions hasn't
missed' a pay period in the 31 yews
we've had it this business. The;e's
always one time in your history

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SYRACUS'E (NEA)-- Bowlers
from 39 .states; the District of
Columbia, Canada, Hawaii 'and
Saudi Arabia are roving into the
Oanandaga County War Memorial
in Syracuse as the American Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Congress. tournament, is off On
its annual 72-day run. :
When the din of falling pins halts
-on June 8, ,more than 28,000 men
will, have competed for 5356,000.
The tournament attracted 5,434
teams, sine!" 17,402 and the all
events 15,184.
All of last year's champions re
turn.. Ther -include Jim Spa'ding
of Louisville, who stole ,the show

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yoU go broke-and-can't meet bills, ,',
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.,' ZToti e'en trotke Money lir iimi'ls,, , ,.,
duiing it reeestio, like we ,,' got;.":"7
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Hamm's Joe Wilman and the Pleil,-
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The Masters, a tomPanion. event,
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tnglandts leading record recording
ing recording star does just that. He's Frank Frank:
: Frank: le Vaughan,' a tall, husky,, curly curlyhaired
haired curlyhaired boy who's the delight ofi
Great Britain. And he. could well
be a delight here pretty soon, too,
I because there's a lot of big mon mon,
, mon, ey back of his forthcoming Amer Amerinlyasion.
inlyasion. Amerinlyasion. '
- 'First, there's Warner Brothers.
Hie English-movieshe acts, too,
in;,non-musital films-rare set to
be released bete. -.First will be
"Dangerous 'Youth", in the spring.
0, Then there's Epie',tecordsFrank Epie',tecordsFrankle's
le's Epie',tecordsFrankle's first Americati-made singl e,
"We're, Alone:""-iskjust out.
album. will 10116W' in a few
mnths-
ille's etelted about the prospect
of 4 bein g' 11,'AMeriCtin ,,,, star. It
might help Ms charity work, a
project pear and dear to etvhat is
obviously abig heart.
Franicie's, pet charit3. -t h e
, Boys' Clubst, As be 'tells iare
it potjor: them, be might a v
woun4 loodlunk ,00 cock cockneya
neya cockneya .pronounce that one, Po 0 d-,
brie" He was bord, in a'
sert',us of Liverpool, m o d
, Lancaster-,When his family 'was
Witted. It -was there that he' Came
nada,: the benign influence of -the
BoystClubs who fostered an; ar artistinialent
tistinialent artistinialent In the tough kid.
- le tiet out 'to be painter, studying,-
at the Lees College,:',of
',A6,, To 'earn his keep, he,,, was r a
coMmercial artist. Theni ar'the
relatively-advanced age of 23,, he
had the problem of supporting. an
illjatber, a mother and three
younger sisters, so he tried sign sign,
, sign, Ing.1,And he was an immediate
sucebss.
At noted above, he's paying off
hiedebt, to the Boys' Club with's
whopping intirest.rate. All these
thingsMs fine voice, his good
looks; his acting, his well known
good' works -- have combined to
make him the rave of England.
Last year, the Variety Club of
GreatO3ritain, picking the top
British., show business personality
of '57, pushed such as Olivier and
Guinness into the rank of a I s o oran&
ran& oran& ,The whmer7 You guessed
itr--Frankie Vaughan.
,
Some provocative thought, nn
the current state of the record
business from Guy Lombardo:
t-,"-Salos of single records,",, Guy
t,,.jrs, "go in cycles. Sooner or lat later
er later maybe In a year, maybe in
twothe idds wiU turn right back
to the bands, and I mean dance
bands, for' ,, ,
"We've faced lean yiars, in sin singles
gles singles before, I remember in '45
and '46 when we couldn't sell a
' record. Then,- towards the end of
'47;,,,,,they started seillng. like hot hot('
(' hot(' .1' and; in '48, .,,we outsold ev ev(
( ev( attit ,In' the- business.
- weren't making int, better tee teeWig
Wig teeWig just' that thei$ cycle
Lad Acome '0W, war
HVght now,: it's an era of sing sing(
( sing( boy' singers.. Somieror lot
t girl singers' will have-their
( And sooner, or, later our band
le tight up there, with best best,
, best, gs. singles Sglitv'
ut I'll never, alter my style
; ..(ter trotry to force a best sell sell,
, sell, hat ivould be dishonest."
abardo also. sees little rela relai
i relai ,,,,,ip between a big TV 'rating
f ,big xecord sale.
4"Aside front CoM0," he asks,
"'what big TV 'star is selling ,rec ,reccrds?
crds? ,reccrds? There 110' doublt that TV
( -posure can be of great help in.
e making of -a hit record,o but
I at doesn't mean that the sf.r
( a big show will have big r
Absolutely right. When'i the last!
time Marshal Matt Dillon had a

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Corner Paso ? Cincuentanario
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,ECONOMIC CONTFOLS ,,E4tSED
,, WARSAW, Po 1044.,(VP1' The
Polish government las ',relaxed
,- economic controls to permit
, rect contacts between pioducers
and retailers, oit wasc-announced
Thursday.

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NEW YORK (NEA) Can you
Imagine a top American recording
star turning over the profits o
one Tecord a year to a charity?
And, moreover, going on tour for
two or thren.weeks annually and
giving'that money to the charity,

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PICKS: ZANE Morgan
may.break' the male grip on top
,ls ,with her "I've Got Bells on
Ilearr on Kapp. Other a:
' Tumbleweeds" (Billy
d u ghn, bop; "Blonde Bombshell"

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FOR RENT High in El Can..
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Tel. 3-2655.,
FOR RENT Natation guar.'
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excellent general maid. Only se se-
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need apply. les 4365, Panama.

FOR RENT -- Furnished, ono
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"4M 168 Via Belisario Portal.

(Don Rondo,- Jubile e). "Mil
Please! MeV' (Dean Joaes, MGM);
"Little Wheel" (Patience and, Pru Prudence,
dence, Prudence, Liberty); "Let's Be Lovers"-
(The Playmates,' Roulette);
"We're Not Alone" ar ranki el
Vaughan, Epic); "Come To ,' Me!
True Love" (Evelyn Freemand
Dot); "Whistle Me Some Blues"I
The Foil.. Freshmen, Capito I); I
"Beteha Didn't Know"z 11Vanle
Sings the Duke Ellington $ongi
Handy, 'rredL
Gal singers with fine new album
Book" on Verve,. is two sets of'
two- records (or you cap get all
four packed together) that are
well, magnificent is the only word;
cute Sue Raney's first libutt yia
Capitol is a good ono:' "Wh e n
Your Lover Had Gone"';,, D o t's
gatheted Stotto's biggest hits
in one album, "Gale Storm lilts".
Abbe, Lane's "Be Mine Tonight"
has pretty pictures oWithe coVer
(RCA); Lurlean Htmter slogs like
a doll on. Vik's ,"Stepping Out";
good harmonizing from "The Chor Chordettes'l
dettes'l Chordettes'l via Cadence; on Epic, A Anita
nita Anita Ellis sings "Hims,"' songs aid
bout men, and very well, too. t

HOLLY

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NOM TELEVISI9bt
by Erskin Johmeost

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, 'HOLLYWOOD (NEA) ;.'... Ho lip. 1
wood's best for the last 12 months
went into the Academy Osear,rec Osear,record
ord Osear,record book k March, 26 ,-bue whaf- are
omit 365 days lellollywoodf: What
I give you today e is Holly,wod's
all-time best, The screeit'sa0 most
distinguished stars, 10 best pictur pictures
es pictures and the filmt industry'l ..10-anost
important- 'Milestones., -,,4' ;4',s, 't,
That ltdca 'up- to 30; and, Ithe fel fellow
low fellow who' added ihem' up,for Me is
the dean bf Hollywood's' press
corps :,?--distinguishedtoft-yoleed
Edwin., Schallert. :The .-,Other,,, day
Edwin retired afters 35 years' as
motion picture editor of the- Los
Angeles Times., '
But it was no personal gild for
Schallert, DOW lecturing on'cine-1
ma subjects at the University ofl
California at Los Angeles. 'He's shill
rushing with old fire-horse enthu-1
siasm to movie previews as if be
, had a 'deadline to meet i ,,
1 So I, asked him to ,pick 110,1y 110,1ywood's
wood's 110,1ywood's 30 'all-time "bests'? in stars
pictures and events fqr hit, peP peP,sonal
,sonal peP,sonal "Edwin"'-awards:N There's!
no one better qualified, to makel
I such a selection than Schallert,1
studious and keen observer of the 1
motion picture industry.- -and; itsi
personalities for ,3, last ,trioving, I
fast-changing years. So nere are 1
his Greatest 30' '', I, ', ,,,
STARS: Mary Pickford, Charles
Chaplin, Rudolph Valetino, Doug Douglas
las Douglas Fairoanks, John Gilbert, Gre Greta
ta Greta taroo, Katherine Hepburn,
Laurente,Olivier, Gary Cooper and
Bette Davis. r - '; I
' FilLMS: Birth Of a Nation; Four
Horsemenof the Apocitlypseir- Rob Robin
in Robin Hood (silent Nersion,), The tov tov,ered
,ered tov,ered Wagon, The Big' Parade, All
Quiet on the 'Western Front, Caval
code, Gone With 'the -Wind, :, The
Ten Commandments inodernt,ver inodernt,version)
sion) inodernt,version) ,and Around 'the World, in 80
Days. -,--','' ,1- i'.- t -',.-- 4'-,-',
MIL E STON ES: -' Thornal Edisons
contribution in giving motion pic pictures
tures pictures real life. All-of D, W.. Grif Griffith',s
fith',s Griffith',s early films. -,"The' aatz Sin Singei,",
gei,", Singei,", first feature length filth ,with
interludes of dialog. "Lightt of
New York," the- first all-sOund
and dialog film ,."The Broadway
Melodyt" first notable Musical and
dramatie" sound picture.- Walt'Dis Walt'Disney's
ney's Walt'Disney's cartoons, both bort N. a 11, d
feature length. . l'"',,,, I
, Will Hays administration o! thel
film Industry and. development o
Censorship-frein-withid througlInt
i
Motion Picture Code. The maturi maturity
ty maturity of films in the '30's due to newl
and experier.ced talent. "This hi
Cinerania." The introduction ofi
Cinemascopee for ."The Robe," al
a 11,14, screm asnect. ,. ,,
The best of anything needs ex

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April 11 fo 19, 1959
Fidanque Travel Service
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llotel: 1101LAND.1101JSI,

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Completely' niodern conveniences in
Suites and Bungslows4 all with
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' Price: $8 aild $8 daily',
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I For 'reservations IP., 0.:
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' Box 4459 "' '
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, Manager: Bill and Eienor Jasper
I
plaining, with 'these' words front
the veteran newsman;
"In choosing stars1 considered
hw much certain pioneer person
alities had contributed td the -development
and popularizing of fihns
Chaplin and Miss Fickfrd are not
actwilly significant figures in pro production
duction production today, but they had much 1
to do with the founding of the
whole industry, while Doug Fair Fairbanks
banks Fairbanks contributed, to its devlop devlopment
ment devlopment and bignessl' ; :
. It was difficult lor challert to
select the 10 films, "Difficult,""be
said, "when one thinks of omiting
Mutiny on the Bounty, Ben Hur,
the Lon Chaney silent version of
The Hunchback of Notre Dame and
countless others." '' -, .-

.1Vi Hays' reign as it movie czar
4svas a milestone not just for cen censorship
sorship censorship alone. Says Schallert:
practically igeaved t h e industry
from disaster .due to the revolt of
publie opinion against pietures and
picture people early in the 1920's
following the William Desmond
Taylor murder andf other shock.
haopenings.,1-7":1,--",---
Other stars, pictures' and events
crowded' into Schallert's memories
and then lie laughed: 1
"You know, the way things move!
so fast in Hollywood I could prob..,
ebly give vou an entirely new list'
a month from

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' By BEULAH 'STOWE ,-
, JUST how much, love and care
adult children owe, to their aging
parents is a question which C011tk,
nues to plague, both, group.,
Time' was when almost every
family took over' the care and hod".
ing of grandma 'and grandpa, aunt
and uncle; and Second Cousin Car Carrie,
rie, Carrie, Ito. But today's responsibili responsibilities
ties responsibilities seernriess -clear cut '
Mrs., G: T. of Canton,',Ohlo, 'de 'describes
scribes 'describes this situation:). t
;441 haie a. friend who u a Widow,
and the nicest and ,most generous
person ever knew, Her son lives
only, a short distahce' from : her
home,, and she is not supposed to
visit him -unless she is invited. The
cruel part is that she Is not invit invited.
ed. invited. She is financially independent
and has been kind to him and his
wife' and their children, and' there
does not ..seem 'to be any rease,n
for the treatment she recieves.-e
6),) 9: 'She nis;aq Irttractive 'woman
with line manners 'mother to
be proud 'of. Itet she is left alone
while her eon entertains'his wife's
family. often. She is thinking
selling her home 'and moving, a away,
way, away, but I, am afraid she would
only, worry more, someplace' else
,,Itts 'probably too late. for- this
woman toreform her son and his,
attitude toward her,,', little lis) she
stirs' 101 sthenV She woirld ;be wise
tror,strengthen her life Ja",, finding.
new friends rind newintatests,
And from a, woman 'Who catei
for her elderly father in' her own
home comes 'the' oppoSite side al
the case: ,
"You don t know what it is like.
He burns holes in my nevo
wall carpeting with his eigars. He
gives us no privacy; even when
we,have guests he is the eenter of
the:Itageo I Work, every day ,1 to

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DETRorr WI)), A Shotgun
charge trashed through a kitchen
window almost 10 years age today,
and riddled the right arm and
side of United Auto Workers Pres,
ident Walter P. Reuther. 4
Efforts to solve the attempted
murder, which crippled Reuther'S
arm for life, are nettling the
crossroads.
First, the Michigan stitute of
limitations, which expired in 1954
but was-extended by., the Michi
gan Legislature for four extra
years, runs out- on' April 20.
Waynettounty Prosecutor Samuel
Olsen,, said' he would confer
watt Detroit police ,:early next
'week to determine what action he
will take in the face the im im44ending
44ending im44ending expiration.'

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help my husband and to. makes al
nicer, tome for usi My lather" has
a-violent temper, and hes spoils
what little time we' have to bpend
at halite. He never did anYthing
for' me and he doesn't appretiate
the home we are giVing him,now.'t
- Why, oh why, can't both .parenta
and children ahow -.more', toler:t
ance?
1-?-11- 59, and lave Suffe,red
two minor heart attacks.,, I km,
bald to keep on working. My wife
SaY4 nuybe I- can 'get Social Sec-1
tufty payments early because oil
disabled., How much would I- get?
.D. 14.13,
, AYou would receive the seine
amount monthly as the old ago in insurance
surance insurance benefit to which you would
be' entitled if you 'were now 65. Ap Apply
ply Apply to the -merest Social Security
office end bring medical- proof of
your- disability. 4 Tow, must prove'
that you aren't able to engage In a
sly substantial work, and tikat your
disability isi expected to' continuo
indefinitely. Disability payments
and the ,disability freeze have ',rs
suited large number of claims.
Each caie is Audglid individually,
. ant a widow, 67, .and -re-,
ceive' $930 pension, have $2,000'
saVings and tnytt , home.
My health ispoor. I dread selling
the home and having to retiL Tax Tax.es
.es Tax.es and insurance rtin about $263 a'
yeltr. Any, advice will be aPpreciatectn-,-A.2-47'
't
. Hantroh.. Tour", home can
get by od a 'minimum of' repiim
if necessary,, but a,' monthly rental
fee Is an absoluti 'spats'. Though
you-do, not state the valuo of your
home, Itrweuld have' to be sold for
POPO, sigar,inorder te bring you
an added $33 a Month income; -if
yeti invested thsi principal at 4 ,per
cent'. .3;

Second, Detre It sc op ea ex.
Carl; ,Renda's $4,590,000 damage
suit against the DAN, was expect expected)
ed) expected) to go to the jury next Wednet Wednetday
day Wednetday after more than four. Months
of trial ,Renda was arrested in
January 1954, charged-, ,with, the
shooting, but later released, 'when
the '' main ...witness against him
fled the United States4nd repudi repudiated
ated repudiated his. story.1,4- 1,
'Reuther ) was hit by thi blast blastApril
April blastApril 20,,,1948, as le stood in the
kitchen of the ) modest home he
then occupied in Detroit's horth horthwest
west horthwest side. 'His assailant bad fired
the shotgun while hidden in bush bushes
es bushes and left ,0111Y three footorinte.
the shotgun shell and wadding ,as
evidence when he raced te a
waiting black car and fled. ,,

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, FOR SAL1'.--; Airplane Atronce
chant. pion,. excellent condition,
, less-than 300 bouts, new 85
:Continental eniine. Phone Z..
4241 (Balboa). )

FOR 3A1.1 Beautiful upright
.piaeo, best- ot condition, heat-:
int element 'installed. Airtoma,
tic .washer,, 2 years old, 1,53 ,,
' Nash hardtop, less mileago, seed
, cooditioo througheyt. Telephons
' Albrook 15-3141, Capt. Como-
,' bill, Can, be seen. at Qtrs
,Albrook AFB. -
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FOR SALE 0,-,Plew 'nayy blue
s" sprint coats, sixes a 111111 1 a
Bargain.1 Royal- Standard
isT tipewritere- Excellent condition. ,'
Phone Balboa ,:
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SAN FRANCISCO (LIF)
juven4e authorities; here haye be begun
gun begun a new kind of experiment in
handling delinquents compujso compujsory'
ry' compujsory' psychiatric. treatztent,
A "pilot project" has been un undertaken
dertaken undertaken 4, at the iChild GUidanee
Clinie of Children's' Hospital De Delinquents
linquents Delinquents referred to the clinic by
juvenile court will get ,4 weeldy

psychiatric treatment. -, ),
,",lite hope ,to provide an outlet
for,the delinquent to work out his
internal conflicts without getting
uto thorsi trouble', sald'Dr. 'Mau-,
riee Kaplan, head of the clinic,-
'Housing Forecast'
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, CHICAGO (11R) The- tnitr
- States Savings' and Loan
league has' reiterated its fOrecast
that 'private' honsing in 1958' will
exceed the,' one-million units of
tHinising starts tit January,', the
league said, were ,at a seasonally seasonallyadjusted
adjusted seasonallyadjusted ,Irratet 1,030,00040Mt
pared with. infinitual rate Of 970,,.
009 -in. December; .1957; and, rough-,
one ha:the louith guar.
ter ,of last:Vat '

A "yearl'ater ,Reuther's brother
and fellow ,,UAW officer,, Victor,
lost,' his right eye as the, t esult
of a similar 'Past., Neither Case
has ever been solvect.
Olsen Said he will not khow ac action
tion action he Will take on' the impend impending
ing impending expiration of the statute until
be has talked to .special investtga
tion 'squad., detettives s,whn have
been kworldrig on the case, e
-4 Olsen 'Said could do three
things about the! hnpending statute-
rtm, out and 'the case would
he sa - 7
- But'. he,'- was afso studying
possibility of getting a ,".1ohn
Doe warrant be:ore the expire,
tion date:a type of 'warrant that
wouid replace the present one Anil
allow ,extension of the. statute by
juditial 'methods'.
' Renda was r t d 'and
charged ,With attempted murder
along with. four' other personr in
thd shooting but. be was later re-leased
' and -the, 'charges were'
-dropped. The case against Benda
and the' others folded when the
prosecution's. key witness, ,Donald
Ritchie, ',fled the protective' cus custody
tody custody of Detroit pohce, returned to
his native Canada,' refused to be
extradited' and repudiated his
"confession" alleging Repda
and' the, others had conspired to
,Idll Reuther.: '

COL.-WALTER A.-KNEYSE --(at rightIn -the background), thi,zew Signal Officer 'of the
sArmy Caribbean Conunand, recently vislted the Signal Section of the USARCARIB School at
Fott Kneyse Observes a radio' operators' class session while Capt.- Raymond C.
Wilson (at left in background), chief Instructor of the Signal Section,' briefs Kneyse on the
important points of this class. In front of the two Officers are two Nicaraguan students who
are enrolled in the radio operators course. They are, from left to right: Radioman 4th 'Class
Alvaro Enrique Casco Forras of Managua and Radioman 4th Class Jose A. Gonzalez Fonseca,
- , also of M!Int!gua. MS. Army Photo) ,

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day-pArty in honor-Of Miss Iris 6Danville-1958 C
Blackman and Joseph Burke. The town bope
Dancing, the serving of rare in the 1,850's
vintages. an assortment of its hundredth bi
victuals and gay rapartee formed,yeDr..

SERVICES I

' 3-minuto cat vash St. steam
' cleaning of motor SS. waxina et
gars $5. Auto-Bail. Trans-istb
mint Highway near Start.

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TELEVISION .SERVIC1 Free
Transportatioo. April Special.
Same day Service, Crawford A
,gencies Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
18-20. Tel. 2o190S.

- Thst best dinner. and drinks
' are served in our modern air"
Mocked Sansonite luggage. 4 conditioned calataria grill ...ad
Pietas $50.00. Balboa 2-28114. bar Hotel InternacionaU
- I ta 5 do Maya." '

,7,,,nGteuretastsitriehncti-u.,'d
ed 'Misses. Li ...
Today the Christian world the gist. of 't' the ,' 2evening's
soobhserevtesocthde, iwrehsiocrrireacctcloonro
rniftbtof
biblical accounts took place nigh Greave I,Mason, A. Willimns,
two thousand Years ago, in E. Del sido, A. Mathews, G. Lin Linyonder
yonder Linyonder place known. as Je- ton angd
. B. Smith; :Mesdames:- L
rusalern. , ,.' - Irving', r. sit ThomPsdll, E. Con-4
But,witli the fight. for pow 1
er ne ,' R. Robinson and E. L. Wil-
and world domination these kins. Messers' C. A. Thompson,
,
days, one '' must wonder, if It. smith,
p'E. Blackwood, C. Kir-
modern man has learned anY- ton and Headley. ,, ,.
thing from the story on the cross ,
and the sacrifice of the Lamb of .-TOda 1 '-''.---
ya- s- the big day 'for the
God to save Mankind. ,,-. - ..-, Club M nehester as the annual
- .A good dearof good has re- e st
a er show and dance is on tap
suited from '- ofan's adva d
nce for a two-,time Performance,
knowledge but, with it has come brou ht b
also a great deal, of evil, suf- ell re- e wa nut as-a result of the
ferings today the world over is authiorities? ibIP'sed t b' Y Weal '''
indeed great. However, there is -The' eventl, f' .. ' '
or teenagers Will
no denying that If the human get going tttwo o'clock and will
race would endeavor to ,under- terminate a while the
stand its true purpose on earth, adults. ma a 13111'
w be enjoying- them themthen
then themthen the )' numerous problems sob, ",
exiSting" 'would r Certainly be amtes,,, fF,o,m, that hour until 4
comiderably reduced. '.., ,.-, -)' ..- -2, mttsi, -ul' '' I.'
be furnished by the
3 1These problems,' ire 'evident reor anisvd
even in ? religion, roanyyan chesgtra z! i ',Angelo, ,21 Jaspe or-
individual claims that his is the .. - J, ". t ', .4 '
only true relleon ond that the .-,Gi...."' i i------ ''' '
waY, to, heaven is' through the fin dit an ear it:' A -man was
tesehines of his religion.
', ":'' to: b Yt a Municipal Judge, $1.10
ea ing his wife, when the
' Yet, the Divine Master has said i'l
c astising husband, asked the
that no man "Cometh to the. Judge what a
w s the idea of the
,
rather but mv Me4; ..--- like
, extra ten -cents; the Judge told
'treaties and other agreements. him th I
e f ne attually was $1. but
interpretation seems to. be the th
7 ma! the ,ten tents. Was the tax
prime factor. '
...It is not however, oti'r function Thillousfmtnt., i ?,
h or Today: Left your i'
to ;deliver sermons, sof we nOW iteht ugn
so s ine before men that
wish ,you a happy- Easter,. and di'
1 ey may aee your good work and
express 'the hope for better days g orify' your father who is in
, ',. '-',' heaven, ),, -,,, ', . :. ,-
; Observing. his birthday.--' last ', ;:.
Tuesday was' Andrew (OA-phi) Eductlor Warns' 0 -,,'
Jackson- of Colon,- who was I'. .'
roundly feted by- his numerous, at "4 or .,'' ZIP I I '' : avlb
frierVIS, "- ,' . '' ... 'isr tiotio toBovi Pal
And,'', come Tuesday. ms'
Cynthia Calendar of Rio Abajo 0- -, 1, 5 ...
will be in line : for 1 birthda
Y I Russyn chools
congrats. ,. ....,,,, :,
'Me daughter of Mr.,anci Mra, :'',..,..,...'''''''';'...,.-' ,,;.- ... .-
Eric Brown. the studious lass, '-'4--Iiit'Au0'.'--11.7P)4-';--- A Penn Pennplans
plans Pennplans to pass the day quietly... 6Ylvanilteducator wams the Unit Unit''
'' Unit'' ' ---...L.'.. ed States must not try; to copy
Out in Juan Vita where the Russian school methods because
Balneario'Balboa is eituated the the' educational aims of the two
Hilton Boys will be' taking their 'countries are different. '.
Baster stand' this Sunday with!' Lloyd -W. Ashby," superintendent
a reel gone shindig, a Cheltenham Twnship schools,'
'With an economical Price tag rwrOte in :The, Nation's Schools-,
the event Ls slated to get under-Imagazine', that Americee 't prob.:
, way at 7.pin, Sunday. ' Rem is to. meet the educational
1 , ., . .- ; !challenge of Russia without sacri sacri'
' sacri' -- Futter Monday will hp, "B- ficing : individual and', national
.
' Day' in the Canal Zone when ideals. 4 - -
, the 'Commissary employes who 'Ashb ,said ',the United 'States'
' appealed their dismissals Is to iducational policy Is that what it
have their ease ventilated good- for the individual is good for
. before the grievance BoariL "), 'the nailOn. In Russia, he said, the
,.,. , ; ,' ..1. 4. desires of the, individual are su-
H Priendleof Sinieon. Ilion will berdinated to national interest. )
regret- to learn that he entered AalibY said-, Russian leaders, re-
the Sento Tomas,- Hospital last slize '',' education is essential to '.
Thursday evening. , ,' ,,,,,, their aims. But he said raising
,, ,,,, 4..., ., s the' level of Russian education
i Re 'Is' In the Seguro' SOnial al80 PreSellieck a problem for the
Ward., ., ., , . , Kremlin. He said the Russians
, 'with just about two weeks must keep the educated front hav havremaining,
remaining, havremaining, members of Club ling greater "participation-in pub- ,,
Altamira- are doing everythingllic affairs or from taldng part in
possible in order to guarantee ati tmti-Communist revolution. i' ..,
not only "- the success of the ;Ashby Said, if American educe educeventure.
venture. educeventure. but the satisfaction of, tion is to be nn effective national
their guests as Well. ' PolicY instruttient more money is
Arrangements for the annual needed. He said education In the ''
interior outing of the- Club is Set'United Statet,tboth publie and pi-,
for San' Carina, 'COMO'. SundaY, Irate, 'costs approximately 4.5 per)
April 20., . : cent of the national income. Hs
- The 'demand for' tickets is In .9sid the-Russians spend .. more
a measure indicative of the res- than' 6 per' cent of their national
nonse that this worthv effort of incotpe on education. ..,
the grotto Is receiving. As is ':-, ''' ':
known the troceeds from this as 1, .., ...
California To ''''
otner activities of the AltaMira , ,,,. :,,, ,.. 711 .. ,,
Will go towards aiding some 1,, r 1 B '1(''' ''''....
needy student in obtaining an 1 a ,4 mg ac ,,--,
eduestion. ' IL I mr L' '' c' '
. 'rickets for the. event re fot o' ast entury (':,
adults S2 and children $1 and are ,. ', . ; :
obtainable from Members. DANVILLE, 'Calif. ... arp) ..,'
, ..-;.....,...- This California. town 'of 'about .,
, Toad ', courtesy Seems to bel6,000 has decided to,quit .the race
sorely lacking these days, if the for. progress and", inStead head
number of traffic mishaps are to back into the -- 19th ,,, Century. A
be taken as a criterion. then It town'prociamation read: ,
la neentaar that local authorit- .1sto hereby withdraw: from
lea (10 something In order ,to the, 20th Century. I. We propose,
educate motorists as. to their God wining, to form a confeder-
responsibilities while conducting ation and ;to rebuild o r to
U wo
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a vehicle. ., ." -, completely as it Wa a in 1858 its an ,I'
Pedektrians are also at Janit' oasis of peace and tranquility for
for 'many of the accidents and other Americans to visit." --
any campaign Should a I a 0 Danville, its ,i city .) officials,
iriclude instructions for them. clubs and business ,groups,, decid decidThe
The decidThe annual "Accident Preven- to give 1M the modern. age after :
eon ,Week" is good, but More is a new "Super-highway through this
yet to be done insofar as. the part of Contra Costa County com-
current increase In accidents are pletely bypassed' the town.
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concerned. , The town's leader think 'going
, ...--- ,' back to the loth ) Century will .,-'
Returning during' the Celine draw the visitors and' customers ,
of the week from a well spent which some other;towris of forty,.
vacation in the neighbouring nine:" Vintage have. ,, ,,,
,
, republic of Costa Rica was Mra. Danville doesn't really' have far
Zurika Straughn of the capital. to go. Many of the buildings here,
The vacationist has expres- including the ,,100-year-old Dan-
sed her pleasure at the wonder.. ville Hotel, still retain 4the flavor
' full treatment received there, of the- old days. Artists and ar-
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the gist, of the 'evening's
antertainrnent
Guestal included Misses. Li
Greaves; L, mason, A. WILIAM;
E. Delgado, A. Mathews, O. Lin Linton
ton Linton and B, Smith; Mesdames:,L
L M.' ThompsOn, E. Con-,
nel,- R. Robinson and E. L. WO-
kins. Messers: C. A. Thompson,
V. Smith,,E. Blackwood, C. Kir-
ton and p. Headley. ,
,
'-'1TOday' Is-the big day for .the
Club Manchester as the annual
easter show and dance is on tap
for a two-,time performance,
brought about as a result of the
cu rfew limposed by local e,
authorities. ,
' 'The event for teenagers Will
get going at two o'clock and will
terminate at 9 p.m., while the
adults, will be enjoying them-
selves:from that hour until 4
a,nt, ,,
Mtge' ii,11 be furnished by the
reorganized 'Angelo 3 Jaspe or-
cheStra. ',,'' 4 '
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'Grin and Bear itf A -man was
fined by a Municipal Judge, $1.10
for beating his wife, when the
chastising husband, asked the
Judge what was the idea of the
extra ten -cents, the Judge told
him the fine attually was a but
that the ,ten tents WiS the tax
on amusement'
- Thought for Today: Left your ;'
'tight so shine before men that
they may see your good work and
glorify your father who is, In
heaven,,
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sorely licking these daYS, if the for progress and inStead' head
number of traffic mishapt are to beck into the 19th '', Century. A
be taken as a criterion. then it town'prociamation read:
it neccesary that local authorit- nlre hereby withdraw from
les 00 something In order ,t0 the 20th Century. We propose,
educate 'motorists as. to their God willing, to form s gonfeder gonfederresponsibilities
responsibilities gonfederresponsibilities while conducting ation and ;to rebuild our town
a vehicle. completely as it W8 in 1859 es an .1
Pedelitrians are also at Jault' oasis of peace and tranquility for
for Imany of the accidents and other Americans to vielt."
any campaign Should a I I Danville, its city ) officials,
include instructions for them. clubs and business rroups,, decid decidThe
The decidThe annual "Accident Preven- to give UP the modern, ege after :
thin Week" is good, but More is a new itiper.highway through this
yet to be done insofar as, the part of Contra Costa County com comcurrent
current comcurrent increase In accidents are pletely bypassed the town. 4
concerned. The town's leadert think going
, back to the nth Century will ',-
Returning during) the course draw the visitort and customers
of the week from a well spent which some other,towts of forty,.
vacation in the neighbouring piner' Vintage have.
, republic of Costa Rice was Me. Danville doesn't really- have far
Zurika Straughn of the capital. to go. Many of the buildings here,
The vacationist has expres- including ), the ,i100-year-old Dan Dansed
sed Dansed her pleasure at the wonder!. ville Rotel, still retain t the flavor
tr,eatment received there, of the old days. Artists and sr srL
L srL chitects are working on the con-
th rortunatelversion- Of other- bushiest 'places'
Progressive Group. gave g birth-ito conform with 'the spirit of the

6Danville-1958 ConfederaeY11 eN
The town bopes to be way baa
in' the 1850's when' it !celebrates
its hundredth birthda,lats thia

1;.;n11, vowi Dionov nomosneu- 1 ine nest or anything -needs ex-1 a month fr.om 110W67 .. ,
rapar MC IUL-Illeti ,,yViL,1- 0 - 7; .. ,,. 0 ,,
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Lnce is on tap
performance, ',
result of the
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,eenagers
:lock and will
m., while the ,,
jOying-. them- :
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, mnths,-, ,'"-- :' ' a doll on- Vik's ,"Stepping Out": ,
, ', Ile's etelted about tbe prospect
of4 being' 111,1',American ,,, star. It
might help his charity ,-work, .a
project near and dear to evhat is
r oboloogy abig heart. ',-',,-, '.
, ' trankte's, pet charity,- are; 4 h e good harmonizing from "The Chor-
dettes'1' via, Cadence; on Epic, A ,,, om a, woman w o cafes ,,,, env on. ou
LIFE INSURANCE' "Ilirir' '''' .""r ''''''7'1"'.j' v"iii "liw." Y '11 home' can
...',, ,,.., tan,,,,u ....,,,,, for ber elderly father in' her own got by oil a minim,um or repairs,.
'' home ',comes 'the; oppoSite side et if necossarye but a, monthly rentoi
JIM MOE ', '
nita Ellis sings "Hims,"' songs a ,, G ., '- '
bout men, and very well, too. '-
' .. Gibraltar' Life Ins. Co.": .1; the case' , fge Is an absoluti 'sponse. Tbough
eneral Agent ,' "You don't know what It is like you-do not state tho value of your
for rates and information w m I avir to 0 so
He burns holes hi my new all to-- bo a itrw' u d b b id for
, Boys' Clubst, As be tells it,,,,. Mere HOLLY li Vri Tel Panama 2 0552 wall carpeting with his -cigars. He $10,0006 clearp'inforder to bring you
' -- - gives us no privacy; even when an added $33 a month -income, if
it ti. them be 'might b a v e , we,have guests he is the center of yet; invested
ino or 4
, woun ,up rt, loodlunk ,00 cock- ., th k, d 1 t f
, ,i't 'A rt' '' "- i,', 4 e-'Ittigeo I Wor every ay o coin
ibe principal at 4 "or
neyo nrOnOttnee that one, Po o d- . ,,? ,t4t,,, ''. ,,,,,,,ptrICC",,rglSOIIIICI, .. ,, ,, , ,, , ,. ,, ... ,,
lurri"I) He was born in a' ; tongli '' Nowa- 01YSKrif '6V
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seet.,Ja of LiVerPoen boil; ,fmarnofirre., dwtal. oy Erokino Johmoo Aro eligible to lintnee that NEW a ,,
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, I bedroom modern atartment 'ea- ' '''', :( nicer 'home tor us., My lather has N's N's,
, N's, TharsdaY rage. 168 Via Schram) Portal. JUST how much love and care a violent temper, hes spoils
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Mr.,1;Wood etc!' his little 4, s n he pointed, out strange scenes
bigh i his lams is meone cal: long the steel I was delighted
'Wood,: where, did yott with' thew' -eolorful merchandise
, rick that up?" displayed in, 'the store windows
. or kanging in',,opert doorways
, felt -terribly;alonc, there' WIN Chinese -.silks, last Indian em-4
big limp In my throall turn- broideriea, 'csught ,1 leeting
1,,,ed and Tan 'down the-niirtbw pas,' glimpses, of 'alien faces,slanting
sageway to ii3r, stateroom,' tremb- eyes brown-skinned, Aryan 'lea..
Inig and- frightened., I deterfilined tures, .smiling'. black kinky-hair.
k would stay Tight there Mita Char- td people, :',', ,
cami for me. erhaps,--I SuddenIT,1., the, Singli-track':rall-
thoughto Ir shouldn't, have, ome; road, started :4 to t wind tivough
Perhaps,. Charlie would- have,' pro- lush jtmgl. esclatmed over the
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1 ,,: '",.:,'IAL a h'noc' Irst ,:, me' -,11.Petrt-,:, MY i ,,,A1 1 ; turned from.; the car 'win-1
' i '. ;.- ,:"'Iteart leapd only to fall:: a g a i n
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, Ivith a itall sickening thud -,as,.! a taan ...was,, itanding- by the seat.1
1;. T, rpened ilie'.door40-4:.,Iied "-Ati4 Charlie ,',.-self,conselously remov remov.,
., remov., .' '",,,Wood standing. thireAreel 1,4 ed Ms arm, from around mei and,
,4 ,- ready, Elizabetbr ',. she ,)-1'' asked. : greeted:,: the 'man with a friendly
' ',-'41',We bays to ei, doWtir antf,' check noti Torning .to me, he introduc-,
,', ; : our trunks through the' istoles., l' ed Mr.;', Foley as 'ii.'srepOrter' ,, of i'
l': : :::stioposeztharlie- must :qui, ,heell the :Panama, daily's paper, ,,,,,,",,,,:.. ,,,, .,
,: ,,', relayed but we':mtist;. Catch: :the Mr.,. Foley bowed ,formally,' re reS''
S'' reS'' ';' ; best trate( eltYweY." ,',..; i,' ''.;...'--.,,,,,i marking, It a a pleasure., to meet
v ''''''' 4 ' '"" ' '-''' ''''"' '4 s''''' Cha IW' liancee..7-,.Theit, .... with -a
0 e -4tRooluctantlf,' I ,,folloteekl, '',i M r S misChieVOUS 'smile at Charlie, he
!' :" :rood 'down. the gangway ind 107; added, oThls. mot 2; of yours has
, .' . teed my : luggage:: Ask thyt'last kept, his zetret well.:, But I'vii al..
' ;:. 'Inv& Was being stamped bY,' Abe ways', ,maintained' that he ;,, could
! .. cuitonis agent; I feltsatrOng taliti;
- :' ; --, around me and, I turned,; to-;,' see keep i,quint hi more ,:'. laftguage
that anYon. I've :; ever,,,knownbe-,
, '. 'C.,hArlie smiijng: at Mal looked iii,z fere o,. .e i .:-,. ,.,, :, : , .... ., ,.::,
' '' le his:, blue eyes' with their merry '''.!,..'';',.''...;.'; '; .!::1. :'-',,:1: ',.;'...,,'';.'-
i.. tVirinkle., Piloted his thinning 11"" 4," es,":: I. ,laug ed,. ve no
'. Ns :pock-Marked:face i--,,,,vestige Aici that- myself,1! 'And I thought
, '. et big: two:. yeari ift Chinzi-6--elld ) of his' -welcome
,. :,.,, lu)e my,leartr 'Were, grotnidleis.,'
I 'understood, Charli
on 'the dock. But
a ,..110 ,,,,. hated
, :"i --0"I'in.,;zorry to be late,1,,he lain. not imbliti. display of emotion as
, ' "'but thl train -front Gereini: wag b f did ; I knew that', he.
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-fteli,Yed; Were you worried, sweet7 like' myse f, loved-even: more ,in,-
:' !- :hgert?"' low Atsked. inutioutly34::,,,
N 4,77wv: uioniessad,.el had ',Iiis,- tensely because' 'unexpressed.. Its'
these. thoughts flitted through, my
' :- ;bout 'decided 'to stay Oft the b at Mind, -.,' I ',realized. that Jdr.,, Foley
:. .,' ': a ntilgo backt,l,',to ,, Ne f,.1f,ork;,,,;,1'' was- still talking. '',,,o , ?. : i Pi :
I, ::,' ,',: thotight ',you'd changed-. 720Ialiial ,;.,.! I, bad, to depend tin him lei'
,:' 's ',. about wanting ,ince.'-'.,-,,1-, : 7,';',,, t,', 'new', ,Ed ...kg, 'put. of a-joh. ; 4
',i ': :, 7: r'hleverl',; he, Said':Wah. ''.,conttle,,' : it oyou, :Seem- to kno,, everithing
''t ; Ow "1eVer think 010'4' el3'.',Oemr:', 'that's going on without ,my P.e11),"
',, ' ,,o-He turned to'greet-ldr,, and biri.
, grumbled Charlie; ,: 's, .!..' ,: ;:: ,, ,,- .,
,.,: .', !toed, dotifelll.:' edmirinfifirtr,' itt,, 14 Mr!::: Foleyi-laugherL :,!'Anyhow,
,,:: ',, tle, new', loft', cr-:-:..,, '.f.:.!.. 7-,':',':ri,.:,;'',-.:.,,, ,' may I be one of the brit to 'wet 'wet',
', 'wet', ;. :,,, '',:what, linci -of a trip' tbOrfiron. tome yinr: ta the.,,Isthmus .; an&
'1 : : havtrt 1,1e, :asked, ,',:", ,,,. ',:. ''', ;,.-::;.,-.-: ,;i,; ., lo-wish yott both' :much; happiness.
;..-.2 '; '-'":"n4'' Ve 'alliigre"1:' ..: : I'm too you'll find life: here! in-)
, ,--', 7'. ,!1",And t as' a. :good sitilor,"!.:.' I tereatinc: to ,sity, the' least,'',"'.ii
f ':: :: ,,.- added lilt pride.:-: -: .'.,,..-:, .;-' 4..
. ;""Thanks.: Mr, ,': FOleY, I geld
i : ::..... : 17"Good'.enoughl'..! he eicialifteo; .'ais he, started down the aisle;
' ,! .,;. ... picking uP,,. my :, overnight bag.
' ", "We'd better let on' the Arabi...It's ",--ins : .iTikill stopped at' a littte
t th a quaint nameBohlo.
' i : due le start :loon,' :,,: -,.:',' '. -.:: :' ''!'
'!,' ::.;;Hoi led us' inta-.:, o te en
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I look d -with, wonder at my first
sight: of.;. a 'pa m-thatched, ,' e a n'e
, ,shedlike building opposite the dock, hut; ;Then, :the, train :started ,' OF.
'k 1, .. ', rBert the. special, boat: train:, ,, was wo stopped', al other 'little, jowns
i' : i waiting'. We burriecl ,On ': 'b 0 11 t d ,..,Irrijole.s. San Pablo,. Tabernillg,
" There was no- parlor ear ,but, the .4
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The rain slowed down
,:, :stratv seat. were not' uneomiorta- again. ,::, ::,;....:.:, ,,;.; ,: .. ,. ,, .. ,..
',' ble 'Ind' the Open 'windows', through
,"Berli, Wi firer!, isclalitied, Char.:
..,' .'," -Mitch a tool ;breeze, was ,,, corning 4
lie HestoUd op, and. shook hands
' from the baY,' gave, os :a. el e i T !st .sfi. ,00'. mrs ,, Wood. "Thanks
, .-v',1, The:, train nulled ,out of the forlitrhiging, Elizabeth. down,
' .- station.: AC it -ptiffed slowly along .,,.,., ,:, .4.1rs'. wool and, mr, Wood',
,.. a stree'.. I got .ity'; firstsight '' bf: toO,0,-, I' added....,'"tbanki for' everwt
..', ':-001071, ,' i ,,,f snuggled .? "up :1,,' against thingi Will we, see you at the wed-,
, Charlie, and: breathed., a laatisle'r.' ding tomorror".' .,';''.:: ; ';::'.;,: ,..f!:'
f siglu: All, the waiting was :,: over.,,,y: c.,'! :: ,,.,' -:--;...;--g.,-,- ,, : i
, : ,We didn't talk-4.1me for ,thatliter; ;I:,,; 'ATO le CONTINVED ':.::::,
' '' Charlie squeezed' my ;, hand-, as. ,,1:;,...-;.:;..':;,-Nptt 1,1E1E1,5 l, J.., ,:....:,:.
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Approximateir 200 Boy Scouts
representing 13 Canal Zone troops,
gathered for their &mat Campo Camporee
ree Camporee at Fort Sherman recently.
The Scouts began funneling into
the CamPoree site at 3:30 p.m. one
Friday' eager to get the Camporee
area set up that day. in anicipa anicipation
tion anicipation of the two-day-long program
which NVOUld start at the crack of
dawn the next morning.
; They represented troops from
Balboa; Fort Kobbe, Fort C1SY- 1
ton,,Diablo, Curundu,' Ancon, Al-'
brook, Air Force Base, and Mar Margarita
garita Margarita and Coto Sole on the At Atlantie
lantie Atlantie side, The Campers site
was on the shores ef Limon Bay
ed Fort Sherman.
The Scouts used tw majr types

Approximate lyr- 200 Boy Scouts hammock suspended front -poles
repreisenting 13 Canal Zone troops, and two and three-man scout tents.
gathered for their &mat Campo-, Sponsored by Canal Zone C01111-
Tee at Fort Sherman recently; cil Nr.'801,, the Camporee was dir dirThe
The dirThe Scouts began funneling into ected by Lt. Col.- R. J. McDonald
the CamPoree site at 3:30 p.m. one of beadquarters Caribbean ,Com ,ComFriday'
Friday' ,ComFriday' eager to get the Camporee inn& He was 'assisted by Mai.
area set lip that day. in anicipa- W, ,LMoeller. of the LISARCARIB
tion of the two-day-long program Engineers.. -
which would start at the crack of Registration,' the laying out of
dawn the next morning. the troop areas -and setting up
They represented troops from ,camp were topped,off with a Cain-,
Balboa; Fort Kobbe, Fort Clay- poree songfest around a huge camp
ton,,Diablo, Curundu,' Ancen, Al-' fire until 9:4 that, night. r
brook Air Force Base, and Mar- The songfest was conducted by
garita and Cote Sole on the Daniel O. Daniels, executive 'o.
lertie side, The Campers site Council, Nr. 801,
was on the shores of Limon Bay Juicy sizzling' steakC broiled
ei Fort Sherman. over the open firs by the- indi
The Scouts used tw majr types vidual,patrels, as a patrol font-
of camping! equipment, the, jungle Hen headed the evening's menu.

s INIT,ASICO3..; Explorer Scouts, dressed as indians !wade the campfire 'circle to start
Off Saturday evening's festivities by touching 'off the bonfire 'end 'welcoming :Scouts to the use
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aroused to the crackling or camp campfires
fires campfires and the smell of bacon being
fried. t,
liorhing -abtivities included a
variety of contests to test skills of
the campers. Spills and tumbles
marked some of the eveets, such
as the sack race, while in others
'Scouts talented in the cookery de--
tpartment produced light pancakes
' which ftipped to great heights while
being turned..., "'
Patrol contests, marked Saturday
,gtforioon. Typical was 'the ,fire
building and v,ater boiling tompe tompe'
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required )1 fire with-two
ma cues, tneu boil a can, of water
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sually one- of the Scouts acted as
a human windbreak to shield the
blaze while the other scraped a
Mock of wood for tinder.
'All Scouts, loaders and some
visiting parents assembled at
the evening campfire which was
touched off by explorer Scouts
who arrived by cayuco and' wear
into Indian garb.
The Indians announced to the
assembled scouts that they were
welcome to participate in outdoor
life and use -nature's gifts, sr long
as these gifts were utilized wisely.
, Singing and skits 'wound ,up the
campfire.
Before the,- Camporee officially
ended Sunday S c o ti t s attended
church and had their:noon ,meal.
Then they piled into their vehi vehicles
cles vehicles to return home with enough
energy left after their outdoor week
end .to keep' up almost constant
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READY TO FLIP .0 Burt Donaldson aild 'Mike Barris of
-Troop 10 Gamboa prepare their flapjack for the flapjack flipr!rg
.contest at-the annual Scout Camporee. -

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i COMPASS COURSE innioi essistant Scout Mister Rabb Shney of Troon 4 biablo Heights
explains the orientation of a compass before entering his scouts in the blindfold-compass ceurse.
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' IN THE SAG Billy Coy of.Troop 5 Ancon has hi head
covered with a paper bag as he is Oci.ytted by W. H. Esslinger of
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