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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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, Claims and ounter-claims are adding up as a result
'4, of an incident in which a COPA plane ,was barred from
.,
1 leaving Tocumen Airport last Friday morninc, witli 33
.
1. members of the Diablo Camera Club bound for,San Sal Sal'
' Sal' vador. ,' . .' '
: '', According to Panama's Aeronautics Safety Inspector
,
, Juan Mas the trip Was cancelled because pilot John P.
' Connell's license had been revoked four days eirlier.
,
,,I. All of the Americtuy passengers from -the camera
Club were already on the CORA plane'w' hen it was ground ground'ed
'ed ground'ed Itt 5 a.m. Good Fr ay. ', -0 "- e '
-. Today Mas clalmeri that he re- involved irt an accident in Puerto
commended Connelps suspension Rico in which 51 nasseneert died.
on thel grounds that the pilot "For this reason, I felt the se sehad
had sehad had too many previous acci, turity of the passenger; was en en.
. en. dents, one in Cerro Punta and dangered,' and on Anril 1 aus,
one in tiocas del Toro while fly- panded his license," Mas added.
inz COPA itircraft -, , , ,, , ,,,
In additio the safetY inspect- Both COPA and the ',not were
or said that checlt with Wash- notified of ,the suspensiOn on
ington revea ed that Connell's that date. ha Elan. ,,
flying record, Vas not too good , :
. in the States since he beyi been '' Mas further stated t:bat he
' ----r,,----',---------- might recommend that the

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, n E. Worley, Can
re,,ident for r many
, 1 els re her husband's re re'
' re' -eillent, died in a Brownsville',
Tex.. hospital March,28 a restilt-
of an automobile accident
- Brownsville a few hours ben
fore. She was.69 years old.
Also killed in the accident was
Mrs. Milton West, widow of a
, former US. Congressman and' a
SISter-in-laW of Mrs. Worley. The
car in which they were riding,
driven by Mrs. West, was struck
by 'a wrecker at a streetInter streetIntersection..
section.. streetIntersection.. 4
, Mr. and, WS. Worle came to
, the Isthmus in 1912 and he was
employed tor most of the time
from their until his retirement
from service in July, 1943, as a
, conductor for the Intnailli, Rail Railroad
road Railroad Company. They , lived In
Cristobal, Mr. Worley' died sev several
eral several years ago.'
t Mrs. WOrley had Made her
borne in Brownsville for the past
- ten years and had been employ employed
ed employed as a technician, with, a
13rownsville
Mrs. Worley is survived by a
sister, Mrs, Robert Terrell Toene,
' who also lived in the Canal Zone
for many years and is well
known here. Mr. and Mrs. Toone
now live irr Kerryville, Tex. Mrs.
' Worley is also' survived.' by a
, brother Who resides in Eagle
flass, Tex,

Moans.

- WASHINGTN (UP)--Sen. Hub Hubert,
ert, Hubert, H. Humphrey yeterday urged
President Eisenhower to accept
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrusch Khruschchev's
chev's Khruschchev's proposal that' the United
States join illussia in banning nu nu,
, nu, clear tests. but Humphrei, said
: there must be "inspection. I
The Minnesota Democrat, 'chair 'chair'
' 'chair' than of the Senate Disarmament
Subcommittee, criticized the ad ad'
' ad' ministration for a "lack of pol-,
icy" on the tett issue. Ile said
: it has stood "paralyzed" while
racked' up "one propa propaganda
ganda propaganda touchdovvii, after another."
Sen. Estes Kevauer 71D-Tenn.)
i also called. on the President to
I announce that the United States
; would suspend, atomic tests after
the forthcoming series in the Pa Pa,
, Pa, cific. Like Humphrey, he criti-,
, tetzed the administration for let-
,ting Russia be the one to take
, t' ,,, "first step."
1hrushchev sent the President
a r ew note Friday calling for 0,
I -)It in atomic weapon tests. The
lk,t-te House dismissed it as
,roc:.,',Iing but a repetition" of So So1,tt
1,tt So1,tt Foreign Minis ter, Andrei
, C romyko's earlier announcement
,cf t'-e Russian test ban.
' ; A --' lanai comment by. the
,f,ate Department or the Presi Presi,
, Presi, mt was expected after the Chief
,Lxocutive, who spera the week,
I at his farm at tGettysburg,
a., further studies the note. Ile
tS in touch by telephone witn
tary of ,State John Foster
I tl,',,ring his weekend there.
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involved iri an accident in Puerto
Rich in which 51 nassengers died.
"For this reason, felt the se sePurity
Purity sePurity of the passengers was en endangered:.and
dangered:.and endangered:.and on Anril I sus suspe,nded
pe,nded suspe,nded his license," Mas added.
Both COPA and the r not were
notified of lhe suspension on
that date. her, Elan. ,
,
Mas further stated that' he
Airtight recommend that the
, COPA idrilne be fined for viol
lating an orderof the Ministry
Oovernmeni and, Justice, He
said Connell can no longer fir
any plane registered in Pan

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' safety inspector remarked
' ,7: t tl-ot 'gr
1 ts memory t:1,-,a1.,,icly
ed here has .been suspen,lect..--
Mas, who stUdied with CAA in
'the, lJnited States tot one year,
said today that hd telt respon responsible15
sible15 responsible15 that flight. ';
anything happeend
those people,. ,would have been
the one to hlathe,", he said.: 's
,
Mas explained that the ground grounding
ing grounding order hadnothing to do with
the COPA.plane. It they had had
any other' pilot they could have
,lett,, he said.
,' Meanw hi I e, Emilio Clare,
COPA's-managert said today that
they would present the problem
to the' Ministry of Government
and Justice, He said the ground grounding
ing grounding 'order has cost the company
about $2000 so tar. ,'-;
s"t don't know what other
''claims may arise from this," be
: added. :
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Scrairl)leil Eggs,

- NICOSIA, April 7 (UP)--An In Incendiary
cendiary Incendiary bomb badly damaged a
disused police station near rapt 11
early today.
Three other bombs exploeded at
government farm near Paphos,
but damaged only an egg incubut

Humphrey 8ai Khrushchev
would have made a "much- more
positive and plausible case" for
a test-ban if be had sent his note
to the President before Russia's
recent test series.
He renewed his charge that the
Soviet tests had dumped more
radioactive material into,the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere than any previous nu nuclear
clear nuclear blasts. Atomic Energy,Com Energy,Comrmissioner
rmissioner Energy,Comrmissioner William F. Libby has
taken issue with some of Hum Humphrey's
phrey's Humphrey's statements on the extent
of the Russian tests. ;
But Humphrey, who 'scheduled
conference with Libby today.
Said the commissioner would
have "to admit that there is more
fallout than I said" from the
Russian tests. As for Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's note, Humphrey said he
hoped the, President would reply
that "we are always prepared to
stop tests and will ask the Soviets
to Join us in cessation, ..but only.
with inspection."
However, Humphrey told a .re .reporter
porter .reporter that "what is realty needed
is decision and policy ere in
Washington." He said it, was
"nothing short of tragic" that the
administration had not arrived at
policy.
"The lack of a policy gives
Khrushchev a wide open field and
he is taking full advantage ofjt,"
Humphrey declared. can't see
why our government stands here,
with hands tied, lips sealed and
apparently a mind that is para paralyzed."
lyzed." paralyzed."

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To DzIend Ped:nq
SINGAPORE, April 7 (UP)
Indonesian rebels manned machine
guns overlooking the beaches of
Padang today in expectation of a
Jakarta government invasion aim aimed
ed aimed at wiPlag out their shrinking
position in central Sumatra.
United Press correspondent Rob Robert
ert Robert Udick reported from the rebel
capital at Buldttinggi that rebel
troops fully expected at least four
government battalions to try to
esoture Padang, the' major rebel rebelHe
He rebelHe said revolutionairei clad in
green jtingle uniforms were melt melting
ing melting into the forests along the coast
to try to defend against an 'inva 'invasion
sion 'invasion which: could crush the whole
rebellion against the Jakarta gov government.
ernment. government. t
Outnumbered revolutionary troops
reported they had recaptured half
of the strategic Lubultdjarnbi road
junction gateway to their mount mountain
ain mountain stronghold, and were holdin
their defenses' on other sectors.
The road, junction is important
because it guards the road be between
tween between central Sumatra and neu neutral
tral neutral south Sumatra from where the
rebels get niost of their supplies.
The rebels also reported stall stall,
, stall, ing the government drive on Buk Bukittinggi
ittinggi Bukittinggi front the oil sectors of
Pakanbaru despite government use
of heavy mortars and airplanes.
In Tokyo the Indonesian Antara
News Agency zreported a rew
setback for the rebels. It report reported
ed reported 300 student soldiers in central
Sumatra revolted againgttlhe reb-,
1e1 regime and deserted their train training
ing training camps.

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Driver 25 fine
,
- A $25 fine was imposed todalt
in Balboa Magistrate's Court on
the driver of a truck which 'caus 'caused,
ed, 'caused, a three-car pileup near the
Miraflores Bridge recently., ,?
Defendant in the case was Dio Dionisi
nisi Dionisi a 28-year-old
Panamanian who was found
guilty of following too clOsely be behind
hind behind another car.
lie was operating a two-andone-half
ton truck ,on Bruia
Road, in a, long line of traffic
enar the bridge. When the tar in
front of stopped, his truck
crashed into it, causing that car
to bump the car in front. Heavy
damage was'-done to the vehicle
directly in front of the truck, but
there were no persOnal injuries
involved.
, Valverde: entered a plea Of

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tabor ?aril! Meet
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PARIS, April 7 (11P),--t British
labor party leaders Hugh Gait Gaitskell
skell Gaitskell and Aneurin Be Van met to today
day today with supreme allied com commander
mander commander Oen. Lauri! Norstad for
a firstchanct briefing on key
questions of allied defense in
west Europe
Their talks were' expected to
c6ver such topics as atomic mis missile
sile missile bases, nuclear weapons for
West Germany and proposals for
sitnultaneous east-west troop
withdrawals tit central Europe.
' Gagskell and Bevan arrived at
SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters
Allied Powers Eumpe), just west
of Paris, accompanied by George
Brown, who is in line for the
Post of defense minister if a la labor
bor labor tarty povernment is formed
in England. :

,
. MOSCOW, April 1 (UP)--- Mil Millions
lions Millions of Russian faithful began cel celebrating
ebrating celebrating Holy Week yesterday one
week behind most of the Christian
world. -. ', :
Parades and religious services
marked the resurrection'of Christ
throughout most other countries
last week. But the Russian Ortho Orthodox
dox Orthodox Church marks the celebration
a week later because it follows
the old calendar. '
, Millions of practicing Orthodox
Christians attended Palm Sunday
church services marking the be beginning
ginning beginning of the,Holy Week. ,
-In addition to attending church,
1,
they already have started prepar preparations
ations preparations for religious festivities sur surrounding
rounding surrounding Easter, Millions of non nonreligious
religious nonreligious Russians will join in eel

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1958

-
HOLLYWOOD,P April 7'P(111;-;-
The; slow, legal process t deter,.
mine what penalty -- any
actress Lana' Turner's 14-yearold
daughter'," Cheryl., must pay
for the butcher-knife murder,of
her mother's lover was set in
motion today. .,
The girl vialted in Juvenile
Hall for a hearing 7,.either late
today or tomorrow, to deter-1
mine whether she shall be re released
leased released to her parents or3ept In
custoday. t, ,
Late'r, at, another seasion,
the Juvenile Court will decide
whether ehe shall be tded tor
plunging an 8-irich, butcher
knife into handsome Johnny
Stompanate,',13;-year-old un underworld
derworld underworld figure, last Vriday'
night. , PP-
Cheryl said she stabbed the
dapper "Adonis" of ,the gang
which used-to surround former
gambler Mickey Coheti, because,
le. had threatened to disfigure
her glamorous mother. ', P
1' She was held at the Beverly
Hills' Hall and 'thin placed in

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. SAN ,FRANCISCO,.April
(111'10." The weatherman' held
w Nome hope today that ,the
worst of Cal.lornia's, disastrous
spring rains is over tor the
time being.
The weatherman forecast on only
ly only showers tor central Califor California'
nia' California' today is a weekend storm,
the latest In a series that caus caused.
ed. caused. widespread flobds and pro property
perty property damage, moied east with
climininshing fury.
The state Tounted more than
12 million dollars worth of dam damage,,
age,, damage,, thousands made tempora temporarily
rily temporarily homeless and ,12 persons
dead ,from storm and flood floodcaused
caused floodcaused accidents in the past
week.
, Early today, more than 100,,
GOO acres ,of lush central Califor California.
nia. California. farmland was still under
water and 2000 .people. in the
Stockton area were still home homeless.
less. homeless.
' The weatherman's latest fore forecast
cast forecast spurred the hope of flood
workers that the waters of the,
mighty San Joaquin river and
its swollen tributaries r--" be

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'An undesirable, situation 1 of
youngstegos loitering about the
community of Rainbow City was
brought to the attention of re residents
sidents residents at it recent meeting' 0f
the Rainbow City Civic Coun,-
cll. ,
Over100 peoPle had complatn complatned
ed complatned that women and clAdren in
the area are being molested as
they move thmugh the conunu conunuDrastic
Drastic conunuDrastic measures were propos proposed
ed proposed at the meeting to put a stop
to the existing situation.
, A committee wEts appointed t0
study and recommend effective
control measure& '
The complaints stated that
many of the annOying young
sters were not residents of t,he
community. ,

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ebrating the secular side of this
holiday, regarded in the Orthodox
Church as more important than
Christmas.
Already there is' a' shortage of
eggs in shops.). The eggs Will be
colored and decorated; ,then hid hidden,
den, hidden, found and finally devoured by,
Youngsters throughout Russiajust
like the West
.Almost every family will have a
traditional Easter cake a high,
round, domeshaped cake called a
tulich." It will be made at home
or purchased in a local bakery.
The more religious Christisns
probably will prepare 'a dish of
paskamade out of cottage cheese
egas, 'and
Feasting and drinking en East Easter
er Easter mulls that of any other Soviet
holiday. Amma.kilk

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custody" in Juvenile .Half Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Miss Turner and Cheryl's
father, ) restauranteur teye
crane, Visited her Jesterday.
The 38-year-old actress and
Crane were authorized to make
a special call on their daughter
who, Was kept in an infirmary
room. She had a slight fever
when first admitted, ,
Attendants said Cheryl,, pale
and tearful when committed to
the Hall, was comforted by the
visits of her parents and appear appeared
ed appeared to be "adjusting well" to con continement.
tinement. continement. '
' Miss Turner, wearing dark
glasses, appeared her glamorous
self as she left the Hall after a
brief ) Neither she nor
Crana, her second husband. had
any ,comment as they, entered
their cars to drive away., :
The actress conferred later i'n
the day at ber Heim& Hills
home with famous filmlend et ettorney
torney ettorney Jerry Giesler. her press
agent and Crane's lawyer, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Crowley, a cotinsel in the
sensational Confidential
zine trial,

contained without furthet darn darnage:
age: darnage: ."-t."' ':"'.: : V M.
etilLsai.4tto
disaster bfficial.-4,'We cara kal;e
any 'more heavy rains wLout
tremendoui damage.!!.
' :William 'Ward', Jr.,' director Of
the State Disaster ,Officc lot
'northern California : counties,
said the nett 24 to 48 hours will
he' the inot
i-"The reservoirs and damS are
said.: "We've, lost 'that
flood control' factor. ,. e
',' No heavily populated areas
iPPeered to be in immediate
'danger' but hundreds', of farm;
houses had to be evacuated when
rising waters isolated them.

lone Upi led Funell

'the Cana! Zone United Fund's
annual meeting of its members is
icheduied for 2 p.m. tomorrow in
the Balboa neater.
, This meeting,- of interest to eve everyone
ryone everyone who contributed to the 1957
campaign, since their contribation
automatically made them a mem member
ber member of the Canal Zone United Fund,
is for the purpose of hearing re reports
ports reports of officers, election of crus crustees
tees crustees for the fund-raising corpora corporation
tion corporation foc 1958, and the transaction
of other business in pretiarttion for
the' 1958 campaign in the fall.,
, Under the by-laws of the United
Fund, the annual meeting of mem members
bers members is held the second Tuesday
of April each year. Immediately
following the genera' membership
meeting, the new board of trustees 'q
Win convene for the purpose of e electing
lecting electing officers and an executiv,e
committee. t '
,,,, Among the reports tO be pre presented
sented presented will be those of Gov. W. E.
Yotter, who,, as, president of the
'Fund, will cover the over-all as aspects,
pects, aspects, of the first United Fund
campaign and William C. Schmitt,
manager of the Chase Manhattan
Bank of Balboa and treasurer of
the Fund, who will give a com complete
plete complete financial statement.- 4
Since all contributors to the fund
are invited and eneouraged to at attend
tend attend the general meeting, 'fund of officials
ficials officials urge all persons to come
early to obtain a seat in the thea theater.
ter. theater.
Ciiii'Defe'n se' "a'
Volunteers Set
Meeting Dates'
,
A 'meeting qf the Rainbow dity
end Santa Cruz Civil Defense
'Volunteer Corps will be held on
Wednesday -and Thursday re reisoectively.
isoectively. reisoectively. 'The Rainbow City
meeting ,will be held at the
qchool at 8:30 pm., and Santa
Cruz meeting at the service cen center
ter center at 8 P.m.
First classes will be con conducted
ducted conducted st both meetings with,
Romeo Miller instructing at
1Nnbow City and William' H.
Gordon at Santa Cruz.
All members of the Civil De.
l'enser-Voltmteer- Corps-aro-4x.
loected to attend the meetings
the general public is invit

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Vehicles

, A ,total o 8,611 vehicles trave
ed past the Arrailan 'checkpoint;
toward the Interior from Monday
until midnight Saturday, according
to figures released today by the
National Guard.
lit is estimated that more than
60,000 persons went to the Inte Interior.
rior. Interior. Only one serious Peel 'ent
volving two bicycle, riders wis
recorded on the much traversed,
Pan American Highway, I

co, log 11,u, ItUap 1111110, MI ,1,5w FIrtJKE
However, the lofig Easter week'- with the 0.S. Embassy here over alleged violationsby Ca-
end got under eway Thursaday .
with a, two-deathinccident On ,he nal zone.agencies.pf treaty commitmen, tii:,it.was reve.aled.
Trans-Isthmian Highway just be. today ,, ., --- -- , : ',- :
low the Fruta de' la Fava ,..1shantpi
i ,A F Office communiqe issue this morn ng ;
, Heaviest' trate past the Arra'. said a formal protest has been ynade over. t le sa e4
Jan ,checkpoint for a single day 1
was recorded yestirdar when uxuty items, such as diamonds, cultured pearls, sterling
more than 3,000 vehicles, returned e COICI one
C l' Z
silver tea sets and other articlest,' by som
from th0 Interior bringing thair . ..
1.

Heaviest' traffie past,the Arrai- said ...... ;,litsw tilla mug ,t
formal protest has bein made over. the sale4f
Jan ,checkpoint for a single day
h onds Cult;
was recorded yestirdar when luxuty, suc as lam red pearls, sterling
more than 3,000 vehicies.returned Oyer tea sets and other articlest,' by 'some Canar;ofie
from th0 Interior bringing thair

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'; WASHINGTON, -.April .7,, RTP)
Ezra Pound, America's., .triost
controversial poet :and 'accused
traitor,' may soon...0. ,be' released
from the mental hospital that
has .been ,his prison(' for,the oast
was.disdlosektoclay.,
, A rok,
Abe Fortes of ,the Washfrigton
law, firm of Arnold, ,Fortas and
Porter, told newsmen the ring
would :file, a motion' later
week asking' the'' P'ederal Court
here to free Pound' from St, Eli
zabeth's4 :I Mental Hospital to
whichlt committed him in 101..
,', There Avert r indications
Justice -Deparment would not
contest' the move desnite the
fact that. a treason itirlictineht
- still penfling"' against Pound
because of '': his oropee,randa
broadosste front '-',, Italy during
World War

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The ,low $,,ccepted' the'
ease -at,,the: b'ebest of Robert
Frost, one of the ,nation'a rnort
celebrated' living: noets, 11711n- has
been in the forefront,of efforts
to bring About Pound's.release:
It tyasunderstood the motion
'to free Povnd Would ''be nrgued
personally by ,'Illturnan,,41rnoI,
one-time federal iodge PM4 ?dr.

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Mocow Ruleiford
Recornes SonOtiory
For Songbirds

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LOND011, April 7 (UP)-.-One
Moscow's squares is going' to the
birds, the Sunday Dispatch report reported
ed reported today. 1.
,The newspaper noted that nieht niehtingales
ingales niehtingales are no-longer alloWed to
sing in London's exclusive Berke Berkeey
ey Berkeey square but that' the Russians
are' turning 'the Stratny Boulevard
area into a bird sanctuary,
, The, birds live in caebs han'ging
from three branches the riewspa.
ner said.

sing in London's exclusive Berke Berkeey
ey Berkeey square but that' the Russians
are' turning 'the Stratny Boulevard
area into a bird sanctuary,
, The, birds live in caebs han'ging
from three branches,, the riewspa-,,
per said.

!fel Zone agencies of treaty comrnitmentsi,it.was revea

: This was th'e ihird recentjortnal protest by the For Forl'e!in
l'e!in Forl'e!in Office ovPr' alleged comaiercial'activitiCt by Canal,
Zone owilzationi. The first,concerned the operation, of
the Canal Zone Credii Union; the 'second was abdat'the
alleged circulation in Pananik of flysheets advertising-a ;

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dance at the Tivo 1 uest oyse.
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" The' litest Foreign,' Office claim; lie Converted intd commercial Cen Cents
ts Cents 11,1 Arlee of the 1938' tars which woidtr compete
treaty, which limits 'ttt4 functions' Rana ani an commerce. ;
which 'may be carried out in the 1 ,
Canal Zone. , , ",14, 'It also' emphasized: :
Am offficial statement by Prig,. ?If., the two .contracting
dent, Theodore Roosevelt, on Oct, have coincided' almost from the
19t'1904in a letter' to,.:,then Secre-ibirth of 1903 Treaty on the-recor-,
tory Nif -State- Wi;lid Tait; ous limitation-mf 'no -poworrelele,
in today's gated by the Republic -ofri".Fan;icommunique
on7the new protest. ma to the United States. Jt
kstreeapngueo tthheeormy otrhaalet inof ormdeitritartIo
The communique quoted Roose- is not 'possible, to accept ths
:trie'l-tteiWnailt.osndtoaotitnn!isvillsab.vIli"sh..tolh; optertshbennuenlitoefd stht:ieAs rimt eisd ,h,eFeoesrscci,s :
to sell luxury items in' the
sicoontiont colony ,in Oleo midst
ntimgre:.f reYommissaries and nest. exchange
,.of the Canal Zone," :
iaxf lc hfru: sSciinti aogIn! sg 'rc'et1 ha arei:Iln taght:o4 sir which

excercising greater gotiornmen- .1
tal funciions than' thoso which (
' ars scomary to facilitate 0. .ths'
d construction,,, maintenance and I
,oPeration of the Canal...tven
tcssoito, "'desk' to interfere
with the businesses and, prosper..
ity of the people of Panama.",
The communique,' also quoted
Taft -Oster President Taft) as con-
firming, the same theory in' it
speech made on Nov., ,28, :DK
at the Presiciencia here in Pima-,
, Today's' ,communique said cmn- r
missaries- and post exchanges on
the Cr, I Zole shOul d' only t
provide' the basic necessities of (
normal living, ,otherwise they will

'The Ponamei Foreign, Office hos,filed,o new protest

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Drainages.,'Project, a
CAIRO 'rhe
United,States has assured Egypt a frac
that Israel will discontinue the as till
take HUleh:, drainage ,-, project 'for $4
which' touched' off ',fighting be- currec
tween- Israelis, arid' Syrians, last accide
week; United Arab Republic Por- -'
eign 'Minister Mahmoud Me
said today. '-' 16.
FawSi said limn'', Cabbt Lodge; The
U.S. delegate, to ,the United Na- dents
tlon,' delivered the assurance to hams(
Zakt Kenawi, theAlnited Arab The i
Republio's alternate-delegate to suit e,
the United Nations 1957;

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A deposition. by a 1,sibna
WOMP1 whn is suing tip, Para.
m Canal Company tor $7500
,"cantive tenant" snit, will Ps
taken Viredrr.sclav at the District
Courthouse in Ancon,
The suit. wIlich charges-that
Mrs. Jenette Fathrubel of MI MIIlemson
Ilemson MIIlemson Place fell down a flid,rt
of stairs because of 1nsuficiPnt
lightinvir ths was -flied
bv Harold H. F. FahrUtal
and his wife. r 5,
In additionAo the $7501' silts
ser71 es denims for. sustaining
a fractured left ankle, Fahrabol,'
as the 'male plaintiff. is askirg
for 8485.85 to cover expenses in.
curred by him aS a result,of the ,,
accident.. ,
The trial as been setor April
16.
The Fahrubels has been, rest-,
dents of house 0778-11 in Wil-
liamson Place for 4 some time.
The incident out of which the
suit evolved occurred on Jan. D3,

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ALL FOR PEACE rifiy people-DrOtestingrAmericawnoclear tests achAduled to begin,
Pacific in April are shown starting out on theig .100 miles' alit7day walk ..to New York
from Philadelphia.

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protest' has been !lade .aver! the 'sale. of :
such as diamonds,. 'Cultured pearls, sterling
and other aiticless! by 'some Canar;ofie
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h'e third ,recent;format protest by the Fot Foter'
er' Foter' alleged comMercial'aCtivitiet by, Canal',

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. ,,. , ,, ,, , Indonesian rebels manned machine
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,--',' Gile.1'S.-, oun, ,Ing rn
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,, adang today m expectation of a
, Jakarta government invasion aim
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a ,,, ,, t , , , ( United Press correspondent Rob Rob,
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Claims and ounter-claims arc-add' g p ,
in u as a result ert Udick re rted fro the rebel
, of an tncident in which a COPA p ane ,was barred r troops
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leaving Tocumen Airport day mornmg. with 33 government
' last Fri
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, 's, members ot the Diablo Camera Club boun or, an Po in motion
capital at Buldttinggi that rebel ,-
f om The gl 1 te
V nil& Hall' Satur- T
of ThIlOsiLLYTOOD,- April 7 (1113).-- custody" in ..lu e .,
gal proc tti'i deter. day..Miss Turner and Cheryl's . :- ,
Mine what penalty -if any --, father ) restauranteur -is t e v e ''.. ... ,' ---4-1-' ,,:.,.. ': 1 tdi
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ed past the Arraijan theckpoint, '' '': ';'., -. t ' k-- .-- - 4- t . --''''' ' ''' '' '"".'
actress Lana' Turner's 14-year- Crane' Visited her yesterday. , ,' ' -, 1, '.- ' Ill ', i ,
old datightef,' Cheryl, must pay The 38-year-old actressmaartkde
for the butcher-knits murder.of Crane were authorized to
her mother's lover was set in a special call on their daughter
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fully expected at least four
battalions to try, to
oture Padang, the' major rebel rebelheld
held rebelheld port,. - -
, a , ,. He said revolutionalred clad, le
, t: green jtingle uniforms were melt-
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today. who, WaS kept in an !fluxnary
r vial d in Juvenile room She had a slight fever I.
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today or tomorrow, -..- to deter- Attendants said Chery1,-; pale
mine whether she shall be re- and tearful when ,committed to
' ' -- leased to her parents or,kept In the Hall, was comforted by the
- custoday t ' visits of her parents and appear. 69,000 persons, ent to h - ' ' r ..1
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geu most or mem supplies.
ne orvn za OnS le irs concerne t e operation, o : 5
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3' dditio the safety inspect- Both COPA and
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,I '', or said that check with Wash- notified 011 the,, suspens ,
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' '''' Ington revea cd that Connell's that date,. he.,,sa.d, .:.,,, :
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-,, The rebels also reported stall- ,,,L.1. Ibelo,.
Hill; tragir a"nld"' ttilVinWPriaMVee'd''in'Y riin.; Arial, .. . ' .. settlif FIrp. cfmrpti
log the government drive OD Buk- , , ", - ',. : ' :
ittinggi front the oil sectors of ,-,' '
Paltanbarit despite government use ' '
Y ta s and airplanes. til, al:. Pe., P.,i,li,..:: ,,,,.....A, .:-, dt ,, t. G t , ,, .. ,
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he Canal. Zone Credii Union) the 'second vta' s adth-the '
- v alleged circulation in Panama of flysheets advertising a
' - in the States since he bad bee Mas further stated that' he
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v :, :, -., ,-, t.-. 7::':.:,,:-.: - ,COPA airline be 'fined for viol
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,i Ministry,i ils offir",--.-: of 'Government and, Justice, He In Tokyo the Indonesian Antsra ,
News Ageitcy z,rePorted a new ",7,-7 ''''''. ''' l'".4';'.-1- 1: ..' ','',,,u- ,l,'''.:' ',', -1 -,,,-,'...-4.; 's .--; ''. ,i,',:'',' '::: ,', "1,.t:,!::,'' ,:,''.vtr,' A'sil'IH. IN;G,--T10,1N-11,;1:.44.,A.' ti-i'li -7,---:'
setback for the rebels. It. report- t :, ' '' 'V
ed 300 student soldiers in central
Sumatra revolted against, the reb-, a 1 ornia''',:..'.6'p-ii6. bi.ia'''stio' s:i
, t- :" - ,---!' - 1 fel SV 21 Onle
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.. i,, kt, -, , - said Connell can no longer fir el regime and deserted their train train,.
,. train,. -,,,-,-4,' 1,,,s ( 91 am yere- orm ovin as '' E
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n Ag a sot any plane registered in Pan- anips,-, .- ,, . ;, ,-...i.; if .. , 1.,........ e, ,. 11,' ,....,, ..,,, .... ; t
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' ,-, once at the Two i ues House. : ,. - :
The latest Foreign Office clalmi be converted intd commercial eon--
- ; l'''''s b-:;,,i';',1i,i ,,4' ;lei.; ,',,i of the 193; to' r. s' which', woul-d :' :Seem!). et' e' ?with
treaty, which limits, tte functions' Panamanian commerce. -. :.:
which 'may be carried out in the 1 :
, y ;, e released aAana offIneafal'Staiam'en't h Prest; 'nf.,albsecr tewilloP,,caosniztreadc:'ting ,''pa'rt- los ',
from the mental hospital tilt) t dent, Theodore ftoosevell,,' on Oct, have coincided' almost from Abe i
has ,been hi pri no l'e '
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' ''' a-- or' 1 : oow, ,1The safety Inspector remarked grET!6;'('"" t 1
rigs. ...,.., '' SAN pithastiscoAprit,7 Contaiird without further darn4',.1,,--,
,(1111tP"1:;'(") 19 1904in ,a Um- te.thon Secreibirth of 1903 'I'roaty on the 'reeet
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di s k- today, tory ,of -state- Wi'',Ii., le II., Twit ous li If
. . : ,', -,-: ',,- -.7 tl,"'t tl-'1 Ig,41.,'"1";'It'lf t?) '. ''''d t,'""1 ''''' n' 1437hrloilpeiVetaotdhaeyrMtfthrtatil; :held tkee,111.-,,,r,,IstageLIL ietrittsaittos ,,, , was
m-ationmf tho -powotromle- .'
ia,s, disastrous &sestet nificial., 'We can't staiR -,r1 "ot11-'"'''-, ,,'''' -," q't I, )4'''fk -r was'"sildo,,e1,ipilisiz,ed in todaY's gated by the Ilembiie -0t):,,,psal.
,, ' , :'-''' ,,,J 1 ts memory tl.aLl,i'ly tiliclelic,,;r1 f : III' I I .1 '''" ''''c' 4-
' 1-T., , .,..n E WorleYt u Ca" el here hasbeen suspeuLlect. ,-: 1, it 'T Lrlolint 11 4 t :,
( w yko it .. lie v.i, 0 .. sr'rink rains is over .-- for, the any more heavy rains wi',L'out Abe Fortas 01,the Vlashttigton communique on 7 the new protest. ma to the United States. ,..lt le
worst of CaLlorn
, ., ,- i,, law, firm of: Arnold ,Forta a
' 1 o re ident .for manY mas, who studied with cAA in ..,, ,,, time being. , , .. , . tremendous damage?, ,. sss , s nd The communique quoted Reese- is not ; possible to accept ths
T17, ''
'' ' '',' 1 els,re her husband's re- the, tInited States fot one year, The weatherman forecast on- : William 'Ward Jr director Of 'Ortentold ,' newsmen the firm' velt ' stating' -' strange th or
e y that m order to
e' .' i'-enlent, died ,in a Brownsville', said today that lad felt respon7 ,
Driver $25 Fhb '' ' would 'III ti 1 t a -- ' k
to Disaster Office lot 'ld e a, mo on, a et thm ,
11 ''', : ly showers tor central Cantor- the Sta , , , We' do not b th I' h t -e
ave. la a ig os ep up the morale of military
Tex hospital March,28, a a re- sible,for that flight. -, , s ..
nits' today is a weekend stOrm, nor : ts e
thern' California counties v eex asking: the' Federal Court
, Intanon of establishing an in- Persnnel of the Armed , Forces :.
., A $25 fi i tft'd
lt of an automobile accident ,,, ,., -, s ,, , ne was mpose o ay .. e
tn latest In a series that caus- said the nett 24 to 48 hours will l'e P
r t free Pound:ft St El f' th V
'' at' ' ur be- -', to in Balboa Magistrate's Court on id ead flobds and pro- be the mot critical.' 't - b Pi' :
za e 1ft., Mental ..HOSOlt?1 tO et the
QM 1-', clopontiont colony ,in the 0 midst 4'' e Med States it is beeesso,
: -- in ,Brownsville a few ho s ,, Sad anything happeend ed. sv espr State of Femurs nor of ry to 'sell luxury items in' the
the driver of a truck which'caus- d 'dams are
east with ',"The reservoirs an
which it committed him in 1045 commissaries and nest ex h o
- '' lore She was:69 years old. -,, -', those people, t,would have been :, a ... petty damage, Mo)ed ancorcising greater govornman.. e an,e ,.
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' Also killed in the accident ws:s
the one to blante," he said. : eu' three-car pileup near the
I fl dimininshing fury., - fUll," he said. "We've lost that 'f ere ,werer indications tha of the Canal Zone
tal funciions than thoso which , ..
. .. Milt West, widow of ,a .., ,. .., ,
mrs. on s s- ., M ra ores Bridge recently.. '' t Su ti -D a
The state counted more than flood control factor.' ,., '-,'e s ce eparmnt would not ', ars' ocataary to facilitate 0, ,,,the -- ...-.---. , .,
' Defendant In the Case was Diol test' the move o ni ' ,..
' ',. former 11.S.- Congressman and'a Mas explained that the ground- 12 million dollars worth of dant- ", No heavily , populated areas eon d ,s to the construction,,, maintenance and 1(..,1,1..,.; f fir ,:. .., 7 .:
. ist r-in-law of Mrs. Worley. The in order hadnothing to do with nisi '' Valverde. ,, a,, 28-year-old e thousands made temPora-, aPpeared to be in immediate fact that. a treason indictment operation of the Canol...tvon au !yu I Cparg ,,,! :
. '' s e h th were riding,
car in ,whic ey, thg 1 tt If th had had Panatnanian who
e COPA,p an eY was found ag 4, 'iversons danger but hundreds' of farm- ix -still penoling 'against Pound
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lily home ess ,, I l d t interfere --' ,, a -
., css ,, 0 we astro o
. riven by Mrs West, was struck any other pilot they could have o clOse e eguilty
guilty eguilty of following to ly b Ibectu ', of "o 'this nro Per n ' :
dead from storm and flood- houses had to be evacuated wheh se p .11 de with the businesses and prosper. nA....1
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,, . 1,,,,7 -0 urren-PC ft a, s r.,- o 7 loft, ha gal , 'I. - .. -,.....A aohl Pn s rt
'' ' A t- i the vast rising waters isolated Ahem. oroadcosts front 'n. Italy during. is. -s sh- ----1- .4 6...,..,1 litia'11,1411filtli nItti 7 -,

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To:Aec. ePt.K. s New, Propoal.
e WASHINGTON (UP)--Sen., Hub- Humphrey said Ithrushchev
ert, H. Humphrey yeterday urged would have made a "much- more
President Eisenhower to accept positive and plausible case" for
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrusch- a test-ban if he had sent his note
) chev's proposal that the United to the President before Russia's
States join irtussia in banning nu- recent test series. ,
clear tests. but Humphrey, said He renewed his charge that the
tie' there must be "inspection." Soviet tests had dumped more
' The Minnesota Democrat,'chair- radioactive material into-the at at'F
'F at'F tun of the Senate Disarmament mosphere than any previous nu nun
n nun Subcommittee criticized the ad- clear blasts. Atomic Energy,Com.

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Colon, it seems, feels that it is gettingthe-hot end ot tht
stick on the cruise-ship business. 2Whatsa li pi done about it
What has been tried? t '..,,- - , --'
I like Colon, and I like to shop them-Buton the practical
side, what can be done? ; , . .,i- ',-,,! . .,:
-, Port cities and ports wai big or shrink-ai'thi flow of com commerce,
merce, commerce, dictates., PanaMa,119.3 only to loolt!back into her Own
history to 'see this.. -. -w., .4 t 1,1 --
Portobelo end Chagres: Nombre de blos and Santa Marla
are other bustling Atlantic side Ports sunk to villages or disap.
peared when-the flow, of commerce turned. elsewhere : -,.'
, Maybe, it seems, Colon 'could re-evaluate itstlate 20tts Cent
tury potential and come up with something new. ,, ,.. '-
More and more it is today becoming what Callao; Peru,s, is
to the capital city of Ljtna. At one time, Callao was otilte a
town,- on its own. But with street cars, motor transport, and
perhaps trains also plying between them,lt is today merely the
port-suburb fbi the big city. ' I, 'to' Y-4.1 .-1-. 4 r,
With more' Ships thart ever passing:through 'the Canal-or
touching at,her licijOiningpOrt of Cristobai, passersby are spend spending
ing spending less on the Gold Coast. ' -
, Colon looks back with longing at tbe days 0f seamen's ga,y
goings on and jingling cash registers. Like other world-waterr
' to, she might as well realize that shiPPIrig..laslitrbusiness
hese days. It employs a different kind of sailor, and it keeps
lin on the job when he's based on Ishii). Ship litlerations are
too costly for 105t days. ,". ; '' r a''' ,,,11,1,.,' -1-"-,--..,
1 Tourists have little tizne on'the Istrintts. Ther,want iflaM iflaMIncked.
Incked. iflaMIncked. Naturilly they want to see the' sights of Panama's
lfast-growing capital, and of course, first of all, the CanaL
'1 What thencan be done to give tliellt a chance to shop in
thepleasant boars of Colon.,- I don't kflow. Has the Colon
Chamber of -Commerce tliscussed.it over )s. table 'with the cruise
Agencies? , ..
; After all, when every Cruise gets back to New York its sue.
tess -- for the.,passenger? iS eValuatlet4 's.- ,,,,.:- :,'
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I But why not a factual survey on Colon Instead of Ihe be bekioaning
kioaning bekioaning I hear around?
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1 This here -"outwand look" the big shoti on- Admill Building
gllare mumbling about has got me scratchill IT,iy head.,,, What
tunket do they mean by it? ' ,,,,..,, ,,,, ,,"t'''',. ,,.. ,;., l
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, I Asked" my blue-jeaned niece about it and she tuned up het,
nose at me and said it was like the chemise look, only, in'reverse,
'and that I was too ld to understand. Well, maybe I am. ,,'
1 Only thing.I can figure is that they mean 'they're going to
4sell those sack dresses in that high-falutin1 ,ney,4."dress Rho?
;they're alining to set up in the Balboa commy, ) Ikr! ,,, ,t,;',',t., ,-,.,
Well, if that niece of mine thinks she's going tr.i pii any of
' .511Y lard-won dollars outof me to buy one of them Sacks, Ale's
got another guess coming. , ".' )4,,,. ,x
1 Out at the finca I'ye got a': sack she can ,have. Iiittays
rPillsbury" on the back of it, but It looks just likethose chemis,e
;things ,I've, sten pictured in the pg,tpetvg )4,pui,D.th p,,,,,11,1 Ilg; a
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You just can't get a fixed price
list trom the "boys" on the high
cost of teaving a union alone. Some
of the sharp operators exposed by
the McClellan Committee have
been willing to sell out their ho,d ho,dings
ings ho,dings in a union for cash, lor cars,
for life-time pensions, tor the gift
of a small local union, and; of
course, foran, agreement that
they need not teturn wlisttheY
have taken. t
This you discover -as 'you go
through the breakdown of the first
$10,00o,000 worth of uttion monies
t,oyed with by some Of the witness witnesses
es witnesses before the committee. There is,
for example, a fellow by the name
of "The Cisco Kid,"better known
as Angelo Inds, of Chicago. He
a citywide local of general
,workers in what is new known as
thi Allied Industrial Workers.. Be Before
fore Before Incise got off the committee
stand and returned. to his body bodyguards,
guards, bodyguards, the national Allied Work Workers
ers Workers headquarters decided it might
be the better part of public rela relations
tions relations to part company with
Kid."! There was a conference.
To rid themselves of Inds, the
national union simply handed him
the Chicago- outfitNorth $300,000.
He's happy now running the Win Windy
dy Windy City, local known as Local 286,,
Industrial Workers, of America,.
Ind. The Allied Industrial ",Union
made no-effort 'to reviver' any of.
the assets. But this national outfit
was used to such.bargains.; It paid
extortioner Johnny Dio $16,000 to
quit And it- handed Dio's g o d
friende ,-TenV Doris, formerly ',, it 8
national ecretary-treasuer, $25,000
plus fivd grand Cadillac.. when
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STUDENTS RESCUED BY, HELICOPTER Stanford Univer
sity Student, William Pope, 22,- suffering with pneumonia, le
carried from 'helicopter at Yosemite National Park, Calif.,
after he and three other students, two of them girls, were
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- other three students walked unaided from the rescue &aft.
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, Those Awho were rewarded withl
lush pensions for their outstand outstanding
ing outstanding inability to note the difference
between their own money and the
union's Include, of course, Dave
Beck. The former Teamn Chief is
now receiving $1,000 a week for 1
life, though he bas not yet repaid
the $370,000 thee McClellan Com Committee
mittee Committee says he stole from the u union.
nion. union. And lie, Is living virtually
rent-tree in the estate -that cost
the union about a quarter of a
million dollars to build and furn furnish
ish furnish .---miniature railroad system
included.
Another-landed Pelisioner
'Ham E, Maloney, who alsti, draws
$1,000 a week, though he is a mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire and, though he ,-did not

The only time I get real nos-l Nobody was out to inike a repu- Mool Ong,' yet, If 'that doesn't
talgic for a misspent youth is .his tation the year, a,-,touch beforeldr4 you, boynothing ever will.
.t 'ay.. ale uthan 1 itnnut tho :font thri It el fil7br at P a s IP 1 I Wdb hohydslari yerttsriA otL. a

taigie for -a misspent" y.outh.i .his I ?tiop the )Tar,, a -, touch: befor.e you., hoy nothing ever will. 1

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por-tion of the yearoihen I know
that all the nonsense has been go gointl.
intl. gointl. On down $outh and West,
nowand oh my Lord, Eloise, I
would, love tobe a sports' writer

account 'for, $350,000 he drew from VIVOTS, DUt zu years oar& 1. u a I,
the 'Operating. Engineers, Jrunion Florida, season was something.
without even disturbing ins rest, to ,, '' ''' ''', '' --4
'make 'one, veucher There 15.44
so ag $85,000 "item Qiiin Die hdoiu I havd..certainly lwritten lt,before',
,''',(Note,'7 If Ihis.eounds,Iamiliar,
which went for maintenance of his but I just saw a picture of EarlY
$35,000 yacht which the new ad- Wynn, the Cleveland pitcher,' and
ministration, headed by Joe Dala- I came down with the heavy nos-1
ney, must noW sell at a loss. talgias: We broke Mr. Wynn, al
Some of the boys didn't 'quite kind of Cherokee, into m a j o ri
flake,,thasbig ,pensiona ant-eaves-, league !baseball when--he-was.v.4144
ance pay deedsBut give them "A" er than any 'Comanche that ever j
for effort.,,lhey tried, but N' their scalped a settler) '''' '''' ,"""'"'
outfits were too small to stand 'up ''.
against the vox pop. A fellow bY 'When I say '11we'1 I mean a lot
the name of Sam Byers, for in- of people, such, as Granny Rice,
stance, resigned his presidency of the more ''or less dean, and', Joe
the Laundrx Workers Unipri After Williams.-Whont I was imfrsdd4, to
it was learned: that, under his, $d $dministration,
ministration, $dministration, the national secretary-treasurer
'Iost track' ot aimost ter and Red Smith and slack Ivii IviiSpeak
Speak IviiSpeak to as a' cuband", Sid', Miir Miir!
! Miir! a million dollars in pension and ley and Bob Considine and Ham
Ferguson and Shirley Povich anti
welfare limds. The money was Francis Btann and Johnny' Car Carnever
never Carnever recovered. But Byers be became
came became president-emeritus at $385 a michael and Gordon Cobbledick
and Dan Daniel and a slew ..4 of
week. After ta few collections he
was forced to quit. , II others., - ,,..
Two leaders of the old Aflo tex-
fit,. w,-1,-,-- TY-- ...i..... ....,.... r I was a beardless boy.;cever.ihg

tile Workers Union resigned under
a complete retirement plan which
Would have cost the union close to
$100,000. They and the union had
to abandon the scheme under pres-
sure from George Many and the
national AFL-CIO.
Some of the union chiefs involv involved
ed involved didn't steal money. They didti t
have to all the time. They often
simply used it as their own princi principal,
pal, principal, lending ft to friends and busi business
ness business associates alike. One deal in involved
volved involved the shifting ol th500,000 in
Teamster funds by Jim Rolla from
a Detroit lank to a Florida finan financial
cial financial house to establish credit for
a venture. Beck simply 'took $1,-
500,000 On, time' and S999,000 an another
other another time and lent, the sums to
companies from which he profited
personally..
There was another Teamster
load of $1,200,000 which the bor.
rower is havin; difficulty repay repaying.
ing. repaying. These detads aren't known to
the public which has only a lener leneral
al leneral impression of his loose usage of
other people's money.
Yet the public has been angered
and now wants action. That's what
prompted Sen. John Kennedy to
say quietly, to a friend,. ,af ter
George Meany'a angry testimony
before the Senate Labor subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee the other'day:
"Labor's leaders are ',being
short-sighted. They're not proper properly
ly properly estimating public opinion. The
people definitely went5 something
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New:Laboratory
To Teach Research
' CHICAGO (UP) A new
laboratory for research to dia.
cover more about methods and
conditions -which incr!ase
retard 'learning in the class classroom
room classroom is being utilized at the
University of Chicago.
Herbert A. The len, Professor
of education, is director of the
new Teaching-Learning Labor Laboratory,
atory, Laboratory, located in the University
High School.
Although the lab mainly 4111
be used foe research on vari various
ous various aspects of tteaching and
leatning, it alms Will provide an
observation and training cen center
ter center for student teachers, and
facilities for 'demonstration of
of teaching procedures.
Projects planned for the lab
will be related closely to re resetrch
setrch resetrch programs of th0 depait depaitment
ment depaitment of education in a num num..
.. num.. beroLcooperating -midwestern
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are' gone, and I suppose age has
bhmted the vihisyy-holding stay stayup,
up, stayup, all-night capacities of tht sur survivors,'
vivors,' survivors,' but 20 years back that
Florida, season wis something.

"I Still Soy. It Won't Go cn th,2 Rocks"

the Japs did tis over at Pear
We cefitered around the ,Terrace,
in Tampa, and there( was,time
go sailfisliings and the expense
accounts ripenekt in exact ratio
to the orangeorebards, and the
garbanzo souP 'and paella, were
fine in, Ybor City. The Flaming,
t, dice joint outside' Orlando, serO
ed fine soup and''didn't rob, us
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'We sit ''svore coco straw 1
hats, neekerchfels, and. sport,s,

, i't(Noii,:: Iethisisounds, familiar, thats, neckerchiefs, and apor ka
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I haee,,certainly lwritten't.beforr, shirts. We drank drinks COMPOUnti'
but I just saw a picture of Early ed of five 'kinds of rum. If some someWynn,
Wynn, someWynn, the Cleveland pitcher,' and body got 1, stiff, 0 soniebody ,elle
I came down with the heavy 110S- I wrote his column and didn't whine.
talgias: We broke Me. WYnn, alThishappened to auch point that
kind of Cherokee, into m a j atasome of us could write as MIMI
leaguelbaseball when-ha-wea.w41 as..-our-clifferent kindrof 'aprosel
er than any ,Comanche that everj dePending on which paper wi
Scalped a settler) -, --,,--,-0 worked )for-snonyMously.""V"lotr:
. !member one-week I worked for

er than any ,Comanche that everj dePending On which PaPec wt gombina v elf
I worked -lor--anonythously.""t'
." "'":"'"'"4: member one, sweek I worked for what ever h a p p e n e d' to Ken
Chase and Joe Krakaushas, the
scalped a. settler)
' two papers in ,Wasbinezon, and
lot two wildest lefthanders that ever
mote pmeooprlee,,,0 Rice, Was scrupulous in not ;. giving go loose from the zoo?
When I Say .11we"
srlicilles' sascleGairnam,nensind: Joe mine the lr4t;otit, , ,,,: i This could be the Min narinfler narinflerwwc
wwc narinflerwwc played heartS st!, PhirBer
WilliamsAvhont I was ,efrald4, to tl ,,,,, t 4it- .. ,.-- J,,,, td :: 1,', ingt of an oldster, tut it would be
Very nice to be a sports writer a,
,, ,..: inint in Orian,10:,, and ,went v tin, and -tnder' the same condii,
ley and Bob Considine and Harry K
'ItPeeril:illtd() RaedIS' illetilbth aanndd'' Sollade''klItiViri: P.
po mg,' over to Winter Park. tions, ,.

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, I member one sweek I wo-rked for
'When I say .11we" I mean a kit tWO PaPers In Washinezon, and
of people,. such, as Granny Bice, 'WU sdrupulous in not giving
the more or less dean, anti, Joe nline the. 4est-ot,it;
Williams...4119M I was v,ofraid-4 to V;,
Speak to as e' cuband'; Sid", MO- Ive; played .heattS if Phit',13er
anti nod Smith and Jack ".'"::"; rho in Crlan,lo.i and Avent

ley ana zoo Amu lulu 11."1 t
Ferguson and Shirley Povich ane ,
Francis Atann and Johnny' Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael and Gordon Cobbledick
qTY TNT ONE
and Dan Daniel and a slew of

WOrst club, bar Thiladelphial
in the American Leagus and to
be-down there in the 'citrus, -circuit
amongst all the- giants ot the
buiness was something you
wouldn't believe. Ted Williams and
DiMag and Rizzuto and all the
rest were just coming '4nto t ull
play,- but never hild eyes for
the athletes. I was lyst in .thes awe
for the writerz.5
,
r can guarantee that, with the
' exception Of Trivial': Considine and
Stsmi,,,,from Washinvon, a town
which owned a kill of s baseball
team, nobody xnew was 'there
except me, and I didn't advertise
it. I was llst ones pimp a w Y
from beinit evyboy rm the
Washington Daily News. and we'd
hild sows unfortimPts experience
with baseball writers. One of 'em
covered the entire spring trsining
season wearing a beret, and he
covered it from Jsek's bar bi the
Angebilt Hotel 111 Orlando.
But, there was a gentle camara camaradole
dole camaradole amongst the snortint tYpel
at that time-;- and ft got even
more comrsdelv. when I csme a around,
round, around, for the second swint next
year, and a few peonle recogniz recognized
ed recognized me despite the rotistnebe,--that
I have new seen-topped' before,
r since, or after.

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-, Except for New Nampshirs
on the lower west and the At.
lantic Ocean on the southeast,
, the State of Maine is entirely
bounded by Canada. 'While'
Maine's coast l only about 250
miles long, measured 'in
straight line, the many bays,
coves and inlets make a shore
line of nearly 2,500 mild'.

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(EDITOR'S NOTE Drew 1
LPearson's column today takes i
the form of a letter to his
eldest gran,on, Drew Arnold,
in California.) ,
. Washington, '' I
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Dear Drew, ., , I
It ,is now the first .of ;April
and some of the snow we had
two weeks ago Is still- unmelt unmelted
ed unmelted in the shadow of the house
-at the farm. The snow was so
heaNy it broke all the electric
lines.. Many people In this'part,
of Maryland and Virginia' ,had
no heat or water' tor days 'and
It made Us realize how depend dependent
ent dependent we have all become on
modern ebnventences .and bow
helpless we would be' in 'ease,
of an- atomic-bomb attack. ,:.
. At the farm it was the
cows -, which :suffered most.
When the electricity went off
we' couldn't run the ,millting
machines and the cows ob objected
jected objected to !being milked t by,
- -hand. They kicked over -, the
. bucket and kicked Mr. 'Tay-'..
- lot They just didn't want 'to
,, have anything but a machine
- milking them., You -Wouldn't.,
think that -a :, cow wOuld get',
' so -,': mechanized,, ,-,, but ., they
- have.' ,, v -. -4, 4- '-,'.
. '-' X -.finally gt the-;--Clenirator
Rental. Company ,in'-1-Washing-;
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We trtveled around the ghost
towns to watch the morning glo glories
ries glories bloom., All the morning glo glories
ries glories were either going to' win 20
or hit .400, and most of them went
right back to ,the leaky roofs and
' bus circuits. ,, : -;'
Mut hope bloomed,, and OCOaSIOn OCOaSIOnallY
allY OCOaSIOnallY ,there was 'a 1..)atch Leonard,
an ,old man up from anonymity,
wbo lasted a long time. 0r s
like Sid 1111(18011,. who went 4, from
oarasts4..mDarsrtrasiegahstollowlithth
ton,. or., tne acittortIA armed, inr,
Wynnr who hiss', beenr an oust.ind oust.inding
ing oust.inding PI cittr for a' miition
,, I am ,so old novr that I can re remember
member remember whel tbe'. t,:i is L ity
marve s riddy ana Ilizzut,1were
On, iii8011Y- 48 CnOr,011P'erindy
was supposed, to be ,tht- c I,a s s,

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ton tO promise to send an elec- heads in the clouds 'saying we
tic generator so 'we could get had nothing to worry about
enough electrlcity: -to, run the from Russia, that Russia is a
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milkers. T4Y..Promised to get nation of peasants. However.

the generati;r3'.out' bY '11 aan
But they didn't get it there
until 10 p.m. 1 kept calling and
calling, but : so many people
wanted electricity that, they
came ahead of 'the cows, and
we didn't get them milked un unabout
about unabout 11 o'clock at night.
That meant about 30 'lours of
waiting, and the poor cows
were great, pain'.

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AtTer that they' dried uri.
the' next milking we got only
five gallons insOad,ot the usu usual
al usual 1200. Nature 'does' that to a

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ycur
is. not qui:.e as c.,1 as tl,,s
born, ano we didn't have e
sounds. Lut the pL17,t
we have made a lot cl-prc;ress
in the last 50 years and hone
of us wants to go ba2k to kero kerosene
sene kerosene lamps ,and outsh.e privies.
however, mhat a 1.1 of
'people : around Washinet.In
began-to realize during that
big snow mas that we v --
have to go back to Ibis if me
eNer get into a war.
-You know 'from readinl his history
tory history at school that the United
States has never been attacked
in its own continental soil tor
, mcre than a hundred'years
Vsince 'the British landed in
Washington int1814: When we k
had to fight; wars 'we have
fought z.them abroa d.' We
haven't known- what it Was' to
have our housea blown -up, our
electricity cut and water turn turned
ed turned off.
- If there is ever atomic '',war,
however, these- things will, all
happen right here at home.'
-- This is" not very ,happy
thought' to be thinking. about
at, Easter time.' But it is 'much
better to think -About' it than
be. unprepared, And one- trou
bit with'some of ourieaders
' government is that they have
, been goine'around with -their

they are eniart people and:also,
I- believe, peace-loving people.
I am sure the( 'little boys, of
Russia don't hate you any more ,,
than yOu hate them. I ani Sure
you would have ,good tizne
playing'with each other..
And if we Just get better ac ac'quainted
'quainted ac'quainted with each 'other we do
not have to hate or be suspici-
us' or each other. People:who
know each other and like 'each,
other don't fight one another.
, RecentlY 'the Russians have
ueen surprisingly good about:let-
ting people into their country.
They used to have what we call called
ed called an, -"Iron Curtain"-,t9' keep
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cowT,When she can't be milked. 'people out., Rut now they7 seem
She just stops giving milk. Ittanxious and -to !get Alt Althea
hea Althea taken us two ,,, weeks of. Ouainted with us. Wheni a friend
careful feeding to : get them of mine vent -to Moscow:he said
back to ,-about 115, gallons., ,, he couldn't buy a meal for him-
, course,,' when,-.tne electrP self on the train ,because so
'city gave out 'Atte water, pump many' Russians wanted to enter enterstopped
stopped enterstopped and We hid no ..svater. tain him. and make, him feel at
We -drove ,the cow& to the, pond 110me N. 04,4,
to drinkorandj,tte ),rest, of ,31s, Getting, acquainted' with -Deo- ',
walked down ItC,, the sPring 40 Pie' whcv Are tilong"way uff and
get water4The,goil, burners also sPeak .s..differentAanguage isn't
stowpilpeed:,,,a:d:assOnfyeo-vuiPtee.aPal:nalladd .,eswosyrk7auttpita4Lea,Thsielt rrd!,t,hvaeryn fiffht
to shiver their twinge far
'1-ollrgelase'vwaer.arAne dgoT'tneatto.'ahlal :et ollugr
almost a ,week. nave.. to rettlizeOt that either we
hard,
N lilted grandfather's., farm

wu uw" '11'4--8"no'w"'",4 di-d7;41,1,944,eldoplthaye!lo, riLu.ch .electr.i .electr.ihouses
houses .electr.ihouses ReavY

oald" winegw'dc: ;;;
on modern conveniences ai
1,1,J1,40V0oi ILLUMV,T 10.4,TV i ,0 r 4 4.
t 00 r aelln, c..3! and so Many ieoofe- diie-n-iin,Itkaetear,hyln,dir,flitewraerirte4einni
West' t'ime,' when we arc Paying horn.
our family lived
boy to think aboutBut Easter
hodse where k Benjamin
the first nitmerican artist.,, WSW
trkity either. Vre used kerosene
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stopped and We had no ...water. tain-hirn and make him feel at ..
We -drove ,the cows- ,to the, pond 00me ,,,,,,. ,,,,h,r, N, ;Ai; ,4, ,!, ,. ,!..,, ,, ..
to drink,,ando,tte ,,,rest, of,31s, ...!Getting,,acquainted-' with 'peo-',
walked down Itg, the spring ,frto Ple, wbcv ore among-way off and
get Water4Ths, gei),, burners glso sPeak -s.,differentAanguage Isn't
stowppheed;,,,axn:Lesqufy010-1,0,pteo.apal:halladd .,sawosyrklAituttp,leta'se,een,Thslea rrd!,t,hvaeryn fiYht-
or else We are going to have our
to shiver in', their .,7 homeS :, far ,,,lag a!,war. And' ,what, all -of vs ''
rier?wr,ter-And electricity' shut ott,
almost a ,week. :1. .- .,.-- 41, ,,,,,,- naVe.. to realizeOs. that either we
' tricite,,-Ar 4FtglOPtgi- hard,
N lilted ,,,,my,' grandfather's., farm
in, Karpsasifie, didiVt ,have
cgl.slarai the same bombings, but
athrtlipms.Ne Punlped water ,',-4 frtAine woret war inIalstory,
out of .- the well by- hand .and AUSSIO; will face the same shut-
to water.4prr, t,,,h.crewded hnsro4r,l, !-1- I Ad
-1,-.04. 1... .
' Wet ,' had i old-fashioned out

ing On modern 'cinivinie-n-c-e-3---ai I
Well. that's ,a lot for a, small
boy to think about-But Easter o
time,' when we are, paying hom-
VI to RIM who teught us peace
on earth,' goOd will to men, ts,s
the, tim, to think about the
things He stood for.' instead of 1
spending-, too,much time think-
info about new clothes. tr
Give Georgie and Joe,-a big
hug.,tots of love.-
, --Tour Grandfather.

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liStanford University scientists say
thcY,Autve- developed 'a new math mathod
od mathod ot radio comMunication that
esn't be lapped by an eavesdrop.
plug enemr.' It's called meteor
buret communication..
The discovery is au offshoot of
a long-ranee lito,b, on' meteors by
, researchers, -Phillip Gallagher
an4 Von it.,Eshelman. ,
The-scientists esrlained that 1 -.,
trillion meteor( strike the earth's !,
Atmosphere everv,,, flay. Each
leaves a small trail that 'ionizes ,,
the surroundinl atmosphere. To
nized air reflects tadip signals.
1 Accordina to -' Dr,,,,E'shelman; a
man sits With st.transmittelt heam,,
Me 8 'cortinnous ,sionol into the
skv., Another 'man sits t.Sorl miles
nwav. reee,vind the, ,signat from
, the niettenr trillsi '
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trails blazed' daily,, it is impossi
ble for an enemy or anone else
tartan 'into a conyersatin.,
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number of new high ,frequency
charnels, for long-distance com, i
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Teamster had sows unfortimatq experiencer, ). ,..,,,,...; .t.,1 researchers, -Phillip .. Gallagher ; .'
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hi the bor with baseball writers. One of 'em -; -e-.48i.d'e,siSt.itehert:tuho.uinsig ft4u,nEeVittoln.,..1;;',..1. t j. :1,, ...',.''., : .,." .....
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, Accoedinte to Dr,,E'shelman; a
fhat's what dole amongst the snorting types
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the, ,signat from (
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COMES WELL PREPARED FCC Commissioner Rosel M.
Hyde (right) brought along his Complete files on the, Miami
TV channel 10 case on the third day-of his testimony before
the House Subcommittee on Legislative Oversight. Hyde ac accused
cused accused the House investigators of toeing "reckless with reputa reputations''
tions'' reputations'' during its current probe.-" Hyde is one of five FCC
members accused oi personal misconduct by ousted chief coun counsel
sel counsel Bernard Schwartz.. Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark.), committee
'chairman, is at left.

PARIS, April 7 (UP) Inde-,

pendent dally 1'Le Monde" in iis
weekend edition urged the West

to accept the Russian offer of a

worldwide ban on nuclear tests1

and to press for the "necessary

guarantees' xa make the ban

stick. ; :

By doing 4 this, "Le Monde"

said, the West would be in a po position
sition position to ask Moscow to accept
"further measures of disarma

ment and inspection."
"There is no other way' for the

West to recapture the initiative

m the field Of diplomacy," the
newspaper said.

"(Soviet Premier NiKita) Khru

shchev has lust declared in Bu

-iapest that his country is ready

to accept international control

over nuclear tests.

"It will be difficult for the

United States to ignore: this of

fer of control which greatly

reinforces the Supreme Soviets'

anneal for an end to nuclear

tests. '.' : ; ' r.

"The Americans are gojns? to

see very qulcKiv that tnts "ineaj

can not be left witnoutr an an

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"It would be futile, for them

to object that control on nuclear

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testa is Impossible or unwork

able. Opinion is divided on that
score. The matter is so import important
ant important that both sides of the ques

tion are worm studying.

"The western countries are

doubtless right to recall that a

halt to nuclear, tests is not in

itself a disarmament measure
and that the Russians must first

rove their ood faith by re

turning to their places at t the
United Nations Disarmament

Committee. ; .-;

But for world ODinlori even

a halt to nuclear tests would al

ready represent a- great hope

tor place.' ; ; ":;, -. :
, "This first concrete measure

would go very far. It would out

an end to fears raised by atomic

inuow ; oi me eartn's atmos
nhere and by the Indefinite per
fecting of nuclear weapons."

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. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Close Close-Uds
Uds Close-Uds and Longshots: Hollywood to

day a whole new dizzy mixture.

of miUon-doliar movies ana long long-budgeted
budgeted long-budgeted telefilms will be de-
scribed again but never with more
revealing words than these. It hap happened
pened happened at the writers' table in the
studio' in Hollywood, now making
theater and home-screen films.

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Kail 'lunoergj wno is writing
Mum gmnHtHune million uoi uoi-HX
HX uoi-HX luuve 'jueii-nur, "'was telwig
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tne piCiiUi'e.iii'iw pmeB.ar cnar cnar-iou
iou cnar-iou rtte, ite en.u.iflkeci.'Wiii Demim
ea in v'ni'mt,'fti"K arena' -Dig-tt.r
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tueeriuttexu:as. .aae. pidure wul

be a ye a voe inatuug, m uaqri
auu uummoui.' he saiu, Is tne
wuy ior everytmng. .'.
m. l v n c conversation" had

litaow, a Duauiju w "ny
next, to Tunoeig at ine caoie ana
lhT.rnnuceci niitlttcl. Axtw oraenng.

he asked Tunberg, 'What are you

worKing an i'' aiid iunoerg re replied,
plied, replied, 'Ben Hur.'-; fc -
'men TunDerg asked, ,"Are yoU
a writer, too."
"Yes," smiled "the- stranger.
Tm' ooing the Tom: XV commer commercials."
cials." commercials." W y
' 'Come Back, Shane" was pro prophetic;
phetic; prophetic; Paramount snudio, now in
tne telefilm' gold rusn, is planning
a series based on tne cnaracter
Alan Ladd created in tne hit mov movie
ie movie Mickey Rooney is "negotiat "negotiating",
ing", "negotiating", to borrow his '-year-ola son,
' Teddy, from -ex-wu"e Martha Vick Vick-ers
ers Vick-ers for the role of Andy" Hardy Jr.
in his movie, '!Andy Hardy Comes
Home." Hollywood is a place where
an agent has to be present .when
, a father ..wants ia hire tois son
Writer Daniel TaradashV slick de description
scription description of the doll Kim Nevak
plays ia'-'Bell, Book and Candle':
. ""She's the kind of a creature
who could walk into Pavilion in
a sari or a sheet and order marin marinated
ated marinated herring without batting an
eye or a waiter.".
Walter,' Brennan's dim p, as
frandpa in f'The Real McCoys,"

is in the same league with' Ches Chester's
ter's Chester's in "Gunsmoke" characteri characterization.
zation. characterization. Except Brennan is chuck chuckling,
ling, chuckling, "At my age (64) I do limp
for a few feet every time I get up
from a chair." u

Movies are getting longer, but

performances in the Academy A A-ward
ward A-ward race jre getting shorter. Last
year Tony Quinn won the best
male supporting performance Os Oscar
car Oscar with an 11-minute role in
"Lust for Life." This vear. Carolvn

Jones is a nominee ior the best

feminine supporting performance t
ward after being seen for a tola

of only five minutes, 58 seconds in

"The bachelor Party." i

So how short can Oscar League
acting become? J '

I popped the question to Quinn,
a Best Actor nominee this year,
and it's his studied ODinion that

"it is slightly unfair when bigger
"roles are in contention. But it's

a matter of billing.","

retfeh the'Academy,'1 Quinn has a
solution" A lohg time ago," he
told me. "C. B. DeMille -,and I
discussed the same question. He
thought it 'would be a good idea
for the Academy- to create a new
ratefory reWgnhiliig 'shorV'but:
bnl'iant' feminine and mate per-'
formances. Not for an' Oscaf, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, but for some kind of a scroll,
award for the two best vignettes

of the year." t
It's a thought -and a good one.

Spsctkcuhr Wreck
Ruins 20 Rciirosd

Cars, Kills 2 Men
SARDINIA, Ohio (UP) two
freight trains smashed headon
yeterdty in a pertarular wrelk

that demolished 20 cars, over

turned five diesel locomotives ana
ripped up a quarter of a mile of
track; Two men were killed and
five were injured., r 1 ;

, Authorities said the two .trains,
both Nor .'oik and Western freight

carriers, were traveling on a sin single
gle single track. One of the trains was
supposed to go into a siding at
Sardinia, but failed to reach it
before the other train plowed into
it at 50 miles an hour. The acci accident
dent accident halted mainline operations
of the railroad.

Killed were Leander Shock and
Furman Speiice, engineer and
firemen. on the train that truck
the one heading for, the siding.
They were burned beyond recog recognition.
nition. recognition. Both? victims were from
Portsmouth, Ohio.
- The accident hanpened shortly

after an all liight" downpour, 40
miles east of Cincinnati. Officials
said i the two trains were "timed
freights'' v meaning they were
traveling on the: single track to
electronic signals. Officials said
the rain might have affected the
automatic devices..-.) .'

One of the injured; Ralph Bun Bun-er,
er, Bun-er, su fered burns over 90 per

cent, oi nis ooay. He was criti critical
cal critical condition in the Good Samari Samaritan
tan Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati

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How do your closets look? cloth

es jammed into each other every
which way? That's hard on fa fabrics.
brics. fabrics. Give them room and air

and if they're delicate fabrics, a

padaea hanger.

How do you" take T care of your

shoes? A brush for the suede, do-

lish for the calf? Shoe trees or

tissue paper stuffed into the toes?
That's the way it should be.

If ; you're buying new eyeglass

frames and can afford just one

pair resist the flowered or jewel jeweled
ed jeweled types. Those are for dressy oc occasions
casions occasions and evening onlw Pick a

frame that will harmonize with

everything in -your wardrobe.
Sounds difficult but it can, be
done since most of us have favorite
clothing colors, ,? .

Do you wash your new stock stockings
ings stockings before you weafVthem?-'You
should; they last longer that, way.
' Have rlnthe tn wpai HT-nnnH the

house just as you have for other

occasions. Don t wear out vour

old party dresses at home. Your

family is your audience.

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AT THE BEAT OF A DRUM Biting and kicking, two camels battle during a mela; or festival,
at Bahawalpur, Pakistan.- As popular a spectator sport in Pakistan as bullfights are in Spain,
camel fighting starts with both contestants standing side by side.. At the' beat of a drum, the

wcasia ucuu men iietM iiuu tiamp ineir jaws on eacn otntr s legs,, holding on and kicking untill
one gives up and 'runs away.'"-f-.; ..vw.:. n ..- .r

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- The okav on ... smiling passport

photos in color will have Bob Cum-

mings. his wi e and two eldest chit

dren posing for a Hollywood glam

or photographer. They re going to

Europe early this summer. ..it had
to happen note: Laraine Day play playing
ing playing the widow of western marshal,

who straps on his guns, for a new

ishoot 'em up western 'telefilm se

ries. Nope, it won V' be titled,
'Powdersmoke.". They're calling
it "Hair Trigger", with hopes of
selling the show -for next season.
And this was bound to happen,
loo, I guess. r, -
New rock V Toll song title:
"'Cowboy. Rock.'"

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;3iThisi dance is for Adults syld&Ttienaget:1
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tootle of trountry of
boauttful controsts. The
feverish activity of a
great dty and the go,
rano calto of Hs aid".
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SANTIAGO ,t
The hospitable aglow;
capital with Vs marvel-,
, leas beaches and sea.
slaty st breath taking
beau

thlt ,,
. less titan a found
: :trip first class:',i.r
pasiags betwisn
Lima and. Baena'. Airsil

BUENOS AIRES
Dramic, absorbing
with Os gay and al al,
, al, Oodles night tife..4
tun and bargains go.
tare in the bigged
South American dip

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The French Riviera on
the Uruguayan 4aost.
Casinos,race tracks anti
a thousand anti ono
attractions await you :
, Ibis kteautiful

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Don't miss thise extraordinary nights that Panagra has planned
for you on this excursion using first class DC-7 service all the
way. Mis is your opportunity to see the most btautiful cities ..)
. of South America. Vie are sure that you will have fun and.
who knows, yon might combine pleasure with business.
. it will be a memorable flight. We expect you.
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vegetation, sun-soaked
teeachis; These hvo cities
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exquisite witch .,,.the new Milo Power
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CANAL ZONE COLLEGE'CLUB BEARS
LT. COL BROWN DISCUSS CANAL -
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t LL Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and Construe Construe:1ion
:1ion Construe:1ion Director of the Panama Canal, was the guest speaker
1,iieNthe monthly tea meeting of the Canal Zone College Club
:held at the Balboa USONIWB this afternoon.
Col. Brown spoke on "The Canal's Present fngineering
Problems." Music during the tea was provided by Mrs. C.
tit. Beall, Ir. z , ,

ickets for "'The Tender Trap''
Now On Sale s'
vrickets for the Threatre Guild's
,14test yroduction, "The Tender
Trap", scheduled for April. 14
Waugh April 19 Are now on sale.
t .qieservations ,may be made or
tickets may be purchased by call callbig
big callbig Mrs. Dorothy Thornton at Bal Balb0a
b0a Balb0a between the bours of 1 p.m.
atd :39. 4; ,
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litbmian Historical Society .-
To Meet On Tuesday ,
. 'Thi Isthmian Historical So'clety
IL, meet tomorrow -evening at
7 0 hi the Ballroom of the Tivo Tivo'
' Tivo' lit Guest House. t,
l'inamt in Fiction will be the
t ic of the evening' with Dean
ger C. Hackett, Miss Kay

SPODE,
Dinnerware Fancies

HAW'S

PAAMA COiON
- that Mr.',a;
ton of Boo:

1 Clark, L. 11. Burnham and James
Lyons scheduled to.speak. :
Naval Officnre Wives Club
The Naval Officers',Wvies Club's
semi-annual election of officers
will be held at their next month monthly
ly monthly luncheon; to be given at noon
on Tuesday, at -the Quarry
Heights Officers' rlub.- fntertain fntertainment
ment fntertainment will be by a group of danc dancers
ers dancers from the Fort Kobbe Hawaii Hawaiian
an Hawaiian Club who will perform ,a num number
ber number of hulas.; --,. .
Late reserfations or cancella cancellations
tions cancellations may .he' made ',- by calling
Mrs. C. R. Habgood it Navy 3786.
Isthmian Numismatic 4., .
Society Moots Tonigh,t 4 T ''''
- There win ba, a meeting of the
Isthmian Numismatic Society, Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side, at the USO-JWB this
evening at 7:30. Anyone interesit I
in, coins or paper money or any anyone
one anyone who has coink,they with to
have evaluated Is invrted to .at
tend. ,), 0 '''0 ; t'
Meetings areheld the first
Monday of each ,month and visi visitors
tors visitors are malwats ::welcome ,
Former Zonians
Parints of Son ,, 1 '
Word has just bein received
that Mr.,,and Mrs. Fred A. Cot Cotton
ton Cotton of BouldeA,1,,Col, are:the par

TEENO BOOSTER'DANCE;
, :APRIL 118th 1958 8:00 p.m. to, 1:00 ix'.
DOOR PRIZE, 1 FLOOR SHOW
- 2 BANDS 2
1!010 AtCARRAOA AND AL MARTIN'S' HEP CATS'
, Dance will be held at Teeif Club 'it
, Roosevelt Ave. & Balboa Road
,
,-ss 4,, oPtionalno Jeans,or Shori
1 1 Food at popular prices, ',
HOlp raise funds for the completion tif the
- TEENO Building

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lents of a son, Keith Fred born
April 2. Mrs. Cotton is :lie lot lotdaughter
daughter lotdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
A. McCoy 0.! curunau Heights, C.
Z. Mr. Cotton is the 3011 of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur T. Cotton of Bal Balboa.'
boa.' Balboa.' -
R. W. Pricks Parents ,
Of New DaughtAir -,,
Mr. and Mrs. It. .W. Frick 'of
Rousseau are the parents of .4
daughter; third child and t h ir d
,-claughter, born at Gorges' Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital on March 31. , s ,
- Mr. and Mrs. John L Haa's of
Margarita are the little girl's ma!,
ternal grandparents, while the pat paternal
ernal paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Otto C. Frick of Corp us
Clulsti,- Texas and former, resi residents
dents residents of the Canal Zone. ,
Return Home Following .,,,- -
Visit With Family '' '',
, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coons, who
have been guests ,ot their son-in,-
law and daughteri Mr., and Mrs.
Rudolph Gxngle, ind family, lift
yesterday ,.or Florida, They will
spend some time there before re returning
turning returning to ,their shortie in Baden,
Pa. , ,' k. i, ,,,
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Mary Bartlett Circle ' ,
Plans Ham- Dinner. ,.
At Gamboa Centor..,' 411 :1,.',
, The Mary Bartietr Cireto of the
Gamboa Union Chur,71 is Sponsor Sponsoring
ing Sponsoring a ham dinner at the Gamboa
at 5 p.m .; , ,,,,
, t ; :4; f ,. 2, ,,
Civic Center on .,Friday, April 38
' There will be square dancing
0110winif the dinner.
Tickets are $1.35 for adults, 60
cents for children under 12 years
Lege. They may be purchased
from Yrs. J. A. Fraser, Mrs., J.
R. Campbell or any member of,
'in circle, , ,' ,,

St. Mar Vs Bazaar
Workers Moot Tonight
V.'sosrs Mot Tonight :
A meeting of the bazaar work workers
ers workers will be held tonight at 7:3g
p.m. in St. Mary's Hall, Malboa.
All bazaar workers and hose
:arested in. helping to make this
t r--ttit harnar n success ar
urged to attend this final m e e t,

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Troop 68 of Margarita took' ad advantage
vantage advantage of spring vacation week
by camping out for two nights at
Rancho Ramos.

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The 15 girls .participating were; 1
(hristine' Bath, Gayle Bruce, Es Estelle
telle Estelle Davison, Sandy Eckhor, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Faris, Anne Gilley, Janet
Hovetson, Susan Mathieson, Myra
Vichols, Barbara O'Neal, Mary
Ann Pennock, Sandy Sellers, Julia
Shipley, Macel Washabaugh a n 0
Sandy Weigle.
1 Leaders and assistant leaders
ere Mrs., Dorothy Nichols, 1 Mrs.
nn Pennock and Alm Edith Ma-I
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Who, when other women'are be-1
ing catty about one who isn't pre present,
sent, present, says, "I LIKE her." 1
Wno, though she looks far too
young to be a grandmother, is so
much prouder o! her grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren than- of tier ;own youthful
looks that you !icor about', t h e
grandchildren as soon as you' meet
der..
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Who is just recovering from an
operation or a long illness and
doesn't want to talk about it.
Who can watch calories without
ti,ilking about ift
Who can hear her husband say
another woman is beautifu with without
out without finding ,some flaw in h'er Ur
making any kind of catty remark.
Who mentions her'age 'as casual casually.'as
ly.'as casually.'as she-mentions any other fact
about.terser. t

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tea written I arm and mailed aa
Who can' bring-An ones.' peeted
box numbet,fisted daily In 'So
raller'into 'a room that is not la ,tchi;
and Otherwtss,'",.ot daimons
-applepie brder,'aild not Apologize
, ov hzed to the otticto Notices at
for the way it looks. .-,
, .. ,., : t-,' 1 meetings cannot .ba accepted bv,

Whci bag the knack of introducI hilePhons -
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tion or to say, "7:ou are leaving
out the mcst Impor,ant part." I
Who can know a juicy bit efl
scandal and keep it to herself. I
Who, when she says, "I reary I
must be going" gets up and goes. :
Who can be an excellent house-
keeper, herself, without being cri criheal
heal criheal ox'other women's housekeep housekeepWho'
Who' housekeepWho' looks s. as neat and well wellgroomed
groomed wellgroomed when you see her at the
supermarket as when you see her
at a party. 1
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Each notise tot indium.' 41, thin
column should be submitted po
'eau-written term and mailed as
the box numbet,listed dailv In 'SO
,ciat end Othersette;":.et deliverets
be hznd to the eiticed Notices es

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Thursday at lh:tiO p.m., at th
t. Amueor
Those planning to' attend ara
asked to call one of the hostess hostessto,
to, hostessto, before Wednesday. HostessLI
ate Mcs4Cay.Daniels. Panama

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SILENCE IS GOLDEN ;:. 1 'Inursuay at ls:tiO p.m. at th e
. ., ., , . , 1k t. Amueor th...i.er.; ,t,,tx,i Nies..
Who keeps limit4about thegood .Those planning to', attend ar4
she does. , --,, i .. asked to call one of the hostess hostessWho
Who hostessWho cab dci you a favor' in such (s. before Wednesday. HostessLe
a gracious way that it seems as ate Mrs.,Kay.Daniels, Panama 2.-
though hu are doing HEE' one.. 1 4711, Mrs. Marie We.zel, l'anama
Who can let her husband tell a- 3-6605 or Miss Sally Allen, Bal Balbout
bout Balbout an experience she shared boa 2-3688. -
with him, without interrupting one ', -- f
to make a correction or an addl..' Balboa Woman's Club

wili Meet ligoAllesuay
' , The Balboa Woman's Club will
gro hold its April meeting Wednesday
at the USO-JWB starting at 9
,, ll, am It will consist of a soma
, '' 1.- hour, a business meoang and ,, ilk,
e S0..1. vkls' -,,, program. , , '.
N 14 '-- Hostesses for the social hoUr
,r,-, ,' are Louise Mercoant, ,,B e t t Y
, igt.1,- ..
' Skelton Lois Van Horn and Ruth
k--- 's 'a
' z Bourgeois.The program, stating
at 19:45, will feature Mr. W i 1-
' Ram Sheridan who will speak On

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' I Ham' Sheridan who will speak On
rita t000ks ad- the topic "Heir Insurance." ''
raeation week : All inefribers tire urged to at attwo
two attwo nights at tend as this is an important meet meeting
ing meeting at which election of officers
for the coming year will be held.
.ipating were; A----- -
le Bruce, Es- The Dranones Cooperative ,.
EckhoE, fir- The first general assembly of
Gilley, Janet the recently constituted Dragones
thieson, Myra Cooperative will meet tomorrow.
)'Neal, MarY evening at 7:30 at the Miraculuua
Sellers, Julia Medal Parish Hall..A quorum is i
abaugh and necessary for the transaction If
, , business, so members are asked
" to attend. '. , '
stant leaders Members ire reminded to bring
NicholsoMrs. their savings in order to continue,
.rs. E, cl itth b,,flas- I tithyee, goo:, .wQsr,lt ip:.1, ,: i: th, ii, 13 .er;p,e,srntr.
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By CSWALD JACOBY
Wri:!en for NE,A fcrvics

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I'VEST 'EAST
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' North and South vulnerable
North East South West
- Pasi' I XT. Pass
311.T. -- Pass Pass Pass
, Opening leadgb 4 I

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,, spth woeall I runQnviedilhdtTsebtl inrteewofsilop2dppreloOonnnt
eshpapc 11 el gatadrhnt hyudi omenitgapehtiefd ruHonrr Pimoega johfc.ndt, htusidpmr usi aes tpmdtz ilret ItylposS. I
Oil .1-01' A 1111C, 1VZ .- ilaV,1
open on3 helirt instead and-,when
Norai took him right to game.
end South paused to studY t b e
1 It was well for- him that he did.
1 If he had nlayed the jack or
Iten of spades from dummy, East
',would have played the queen and
ISduth's 'ice .would. have been
knocked out. He f. would make
three spide tricks to be sure but
would never be able to make
more-than tWo club- trickS and
would almost surely ,have ,,gone,
dowb. , ,.., '- .,, ,
-' ,, re woild still be a double
dummY way to make three no notrump,whteh
trump,whteh notrump,whteh you may figure out
if vou wish. ' ,' k I
South pkter bothered with 'that.
He simply:: counted that Jwo
--,.;40 triekkl plug' one ,heitt 'olUs
two cHamonds plug foUr clubs
made -a total of !line. Re played,
1,,, ions of ana4ng 4rorn tiumtnv,
'anti ',continued with, the 0 ace and
qunen of clubs. ,
Another eareful plav'twas ,nec-
,44ry, at this polrd Solith over-
took tl,e ottnen of Hubs with the
king, Now t,he tett'of clubs knock knocked
ed knocked out the jack ,while South still
had the,acc of spades for an en entry
try entry ,ancl the contract was home.

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.Q--The bidding has been!
East .! South West North
1 1 Pass 2 V
Pass Pass r, Double Pass ,,,,
pass ? ,
; You: South; hold:
4K.197 V2 AQUI 4Kals,,
, 'What you' sitr 'ON ti,t0vr
halitiA0Ore
Mrdo than your 'overcall Rutin:,
ised and it may be that West ho
put his neck in a noose. In an3
event, nothing -bad will'happer
to you In spite of your singletor:,
heart. : :
TODAY'S QUE-tION ';:,
You. hold the same hand. Tht
hidding hag been: 1
East South West North
1 Double Pass 1 4 ,,
- Pass, 7 t 1
What do you; SoUth, do? :
ri Answer hfonday ,

Sunrisp-Theft
Of Bottled Soda
30,Dds
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For 'stealling' a case 'of soda,
an unemnloyed Pinnmvian
snenctthenext 30' dayi fn thr
Balboa Jail.
In Balboa Macisfrate's Court
today.) George' How'ell, 26, Ass
fonnd guilty of netits larcenye,
It involved. the theft of a cage
o; Canada Dry MO ande w4th
$1,Ro from under house 547 in An Ancon,
con, Ancon, at 6;30 this roroinefl. v
The soda was the proerty ot
John Pettingill who ,, signed the
complaint.

Oddtellows Outin,g
Slated for. Sunday

The regular, annual outing of
the Oddfellows Social and Sport Sporting
ing Sporting Club will take. place next
Sunday when it is expected that
members and their many friends
will get together toN enjoy a full
day's entertainment at. Chame, a
popular rural resort.
A series of entertaining fatures
have been arranged by the com committee
mittee committee on entertainment, including
sightseeing,,, games, sea bathing
and dancing with music to be sup-1
plied by a popular orchestra.
Buses will leave at 8 a.m. at,
W Street. opposite the Sojourners

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Flat litS
Cvlirs17 efirri
a d

Wed'after every
, change, Moan&
prevents heat rash,
chafe and galling,
too. Absorbent
cornstarch base
clings, close,keeps
baby fresh, coin

chafe and galling, yElAill
too. Absorbent
cornstarch base
ebtainbgys,fcrlsorh,:ekocenips. POWD.ER.
Medicated Messina Skist Cream helps heal
painful Isstsbssrosala pada ygsolits,SMoothill.,.,
red "detergent hands.' wyr

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-.CELEBRATE 48In over 3,000 communities throughout.the
eountry the,Camp, Tire Girls ',will celebrate their Birthday
:Week,' MarCh".23-30. .'FoCincl'ed In 1910, the Camp Fire- Cirist'
program of leisure-time activities is open to,all girls from the
second gradeJhrough high school.' They arer divided into three
grotips: Blue Birds 4jtiniorl- t loft, Camp Fire Girls (inter..
---,mediate) right, and Horizon Club (senior) center. judging
,front the smiles on the faces of these three New York, young youngIsters
Isters youngIsters they' teem to thtnk birthday celebrations', witli bike, of
vourse, are Just the thing. s
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;WONDER BILIG-,All electronic bug sliid't imitate perfectly l
(the conditioned refleNeo Alen anci animals Is .pufprough-l'",.!:
ItS Paces atthe:,Szeged, ,liungarY7, University', The'radybug7
io.eritrbiled byjight rays which Cause it to 'moieClitit
' also react ,to other stimuli. 'foi' cample",',t-When
the rboQ'protects'1itsolf by stripping and turning off4ts,jights.
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'; The deviceywhich may be,ehtnen, t..tifP 0.rusole42Worid'e 0.rusole42Worid'eis
is 0.rusole42Worid'eis demonstrated by As builder, DaniefUns,za,,714-1w6,;,.:wcornen
, doctors irom,,the t,rversitifitilo for interrfat2ctisease, ,;, :
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' ''' '' ',"' -TEEN Building. -, ' ChwuP-41141 "' vg141Akta: Shipley; Macel Wasbabaugh ';.: a n d necessary for th transaction If 1 7,1', 1 ::. ' 4
1 'l .: ; 1, : !......''''..-;t4,.,; .... .; , : :: ,-4. '.':, Sandy ;Weigle. ',. ', '. ,.' business, so members are asked Pass ,: Ptss.....:.':..:,1)Poaussble,' P4. av.sa. ''',.,, ,l; :. 7 ...; ''.:".::'. F: '' ''''' ': ri )itli ..4?), !.S1:!:7! :.:7: ;,..'S.4:.7..1:777,7,...7,7:, :','''.1.!i'.:'''. :: .: i : i
il ..f. !..t.. 1 1.1Ur.Y. ou'r,-''Tiketa N9w's '.,'-' $1.1)0 Per Pers9n ',I, ; ,, ,,,, -;, ., , ". i; ' '' - to attend. v ,.- '- ' ' PISS ,- ?' '' ': 1 -,.... r I. 1, ot t :i "'. ,:: i ,,. ,.. , -, ;, ti , :
H eitiMilida v. .1''' '
' Leaders and assistant leaders .., Members ire reminded to bring ;i;;., 11 ; ';'' ', '1'11',1,'"' 1 'sI ''...i:.': ,n fs.,': :.-:1 ,'''.,.. ),-.. 4.
' ' I.!, -- I '',L4 4Thiedanns Is for 'Aduits and&Ttonaget: ..:' : i ii, ,
1 .., .,,,, . , , ., ..,, . ;11, J .0...,1, 1 111.,tv, i,,,..,o, eremrnso,ci)oarnolhirNciezhoclist,hilvittisa: tthheeirstavanwgsulittl,oori,
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; You, South, hold5 ,, ..,.
A the ,goo.yer4,,,f; ,' 4'141ha, pt,d jco'llmi'l 171'.141' xt,,;:i ;I:;110' to' xj i ..,..!ft ''' :-. '''' ;
' 1 i "1 tive '', ,,' ', A., )! 11 4"nrd ,'''eirde titan your overeall:.pront,' ,..,1 '. ., f '' ,i-f"' 's,
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,. put his neok in a noose. an3 :..,.s, ,: 1 I ,31',..- P"..:;:.., ,..,,,.,:: A- h,,,..i.14,N:Pc'e:ttaN'. ,,,,, ).; 1 ,i. i
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' .: ' ''' of Canada DrY club, Snybi ''''' W4th i:: -:'; ', ' Y 4')'' ,''' ''' '' '
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L ' ''' ;.7.....4:'' : '''''''' ' I '''''' ';'''''''' '''' ' :: ' ' '''. 1' : A& && && ''' ; '" ) !' ,-' $1,..8o from- iln:fler house '547 in An ,i :',.: J :.:::, :: : '';';'- ''' 7 '''' '' It
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' - bootAifel coarresta, The '4. ,oe. s. , ,. ,,,..... a., . .....,... - -- ..- hair tling tricks r .:. .. .. ; our persimality -. Theie is such an :: ,', ....,, .;', . :
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: ' 'ihe regular,' annual outing of ,'"
' ; Orset eitY und the se ' ''' '. less loon a l'01,111. : ., ,, .,..,.- ., -' . ,r.,...H ,f,:
.."'''-- ii. 1, : 4, ... ' '''.. ; I .'-,':;'' s!Snhnuelfennlid' OCtay'B'.dft.:wieeb.l'I.0.anV. eXtS S" 03i7a'.1,6 a.itYll d inS''pti:Itrhtr-- ..''..,:' ''..1;''.. ''.....' :' '.. .' ..:..".. .: l ..''''' ''L'. ; '''''''!' 1 '''' .' ..7 ;. '''. -'. 1. '''. .. '' .;;. :
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hen it is expected f. that ',-;,, 7-- ,. .; : ' ','. '''''''''''-' t: : : f! :
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....., 1I ,.. ',1 i.' Skelton, Lola Van Willi and R9th
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t 19.45 will feature Mr. "W i I IBourgeois.The
Bourgeois.The IBourgeois.The program, stating
queen of clubs. , ' -. ,- ,,, i, i ',ALI,i,,,S.
Another eareful plartwas .nec- ,ili "'
' '' DOOR PRIZE, 1 FLOOR SHOW '. A meeting' of the bazaar work -,. ' ' ,g4-ry, at this po;11'. Smith over- ., 2 ' ,!. a) k i 01, .. k
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Troop 68 of Margarita.todoks ad- the topic Heir Insurance'.
. liam Sheridan .who will spealt,,,on,
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tlie queen of Hubs with- the '' 2- 4-'91 ;
, 1. ... -4, . , 4, ,, p.m. in S ary s a it' N th t 11-' f 1 lb k '' ' ' "''''' 1
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l'!riebstaezdaairdwilerik H II 13 lbon vantage of spring vacation week : All inefribers are urged to at- t;k
pargs anclittaillotiseea camping out for two nights at tend as this is an important meet meetRancho
Rancho meetRancho Ramos. ing at which election of officers
' for the coming year will be held., d jack while South still .,
ed .o,uh the a .
ha ,, e ace of spades for n en WONDER BUG' An elect. '' It., '' 'd't 't t 'f I I. '
- ionic ug sal, o 11111 a e per eet Y ,'',
.the conditioned refieNeo of men and animals Is ,puf'frirough-'e, 3
'' A, .. '. .., ',..: Dance will be held at Tahi club.li t )--,-. , t, r,,,, ba7aar n success ar
The' 1'5 giris'artici a''iting Werei' - ,r , ; trr, and the contract was home. ita Paces at,,the ,Szeged, ,Hungary,, University... The' 41adVJug" '''''';',:..'',. ---
1 ''' ; -' 't Roosevelt Ave. & Balboa Road -,-,.- -, tbiritled. to attend this fin, al,,,,tnt, e e t tChristine'
Christine' tChristine' Bath,P GayleP Bruce, Es- Tile tiragones, tooperatve . , : t ,.. ..,,.. ,,. is,contrblled byjighA rays which cause it to tooVe,;''litit a 'ea10,41,''';' -'
' ''' is ntional---.no Jeans or Shorti 'tpled'e) r ', ,, ,,,,,,,,o,,,Itrct ,, telle pavison; Sandy ckhof., Vir- The first
general assemblya ost 029 nnra 041AA A
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- also react ,to other stimuli 'foi eamp16'-tvhen alith is-'6 ct'''',;';' ''''
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e mieeyw lett inay be,showniat,tile lirtisrellallorld'e fairi ''
'!;) Th'b'thil 'has been' .,.' ,'
' ",' ,, -',-f ''' sIgichols,' Barbara O'Neal, MarY' evening at 7:30 at the Miraculone e i nti ,.. ,.... is demonstrated 1))4 As builder, Daniel iqtts.'saftir twO,Zworneit P ,.-'
, ',V,i,' Help raise funds for. the. completion of the., 1''' 4' .:L t. '-',.; itacti Ann Pennock, Sandy.Sellers, Julia Medal Parish Hall. ,,A. quorum tsi East ,. South ,,i,r, West NArth ... doctors Arom,the tipiversityslirte for interaratA,iseases, ',.. ,i I
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1 ". ',fv t Liny,Yolli Tieketi Nolis ... 4 $1:00 Per Person ; ,.it,:i i:1):,,ii .-., -, .;
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,- u:tiuest tiouse. , t, --7-----. k -, Rudolph Ganile, and family, lift
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two persons so that each feels Balboa-4ca-rd G-roup' ''.:7: ';,', '''.:
'imam' in Fiction will be the Society Meats Tonight 4
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spend some time there before -re-- hig
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I ,- .:', i , tend.- ,) 0 '.0 i-e?' ' Gamboa Union Chur,lh is ii,ponsor- though yhu areY doing HER' one.- 4711; Mrs- Marie We,zet, l'anama would never be able to ak )1 1 1 1 ''
' Dinnerware Fancies I the first
Meetings are'he a . mg a ham dinner at the Gamboa Who can let her husband tell a- 3-6605 or Miss Sally Allen, Bal- th t' I m e ,t, , i A,
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(.'aty 1:k ,ce, massed b,-ore the'
Alabama Cap:ol yesterday to vo-!
test against "miscarriage of Ins Instiae"
tiae" Instiae" in southern white courts.
Felice and state hig,hway pa patrolmen
trolmen patrolmen took up guard positions
after huxte "KKK" signs, symbols
of the Ku Klux Klan, had ap appeared
peared appeared mysteriously on cji t
streets two nights in succession,
apparently to (herald the Negroes'
' meeting --which bad ,been an announced
nounced announced several days in advance.
There was no disorder, howev howevThe
The howevThe RN, 'Martin 'Luther ''10,rig
Jr., leader of the 1956 Negril bus
' boycott ,that led to bombings of
Negro homes and chuches, said in
his address that Negroes here
"are robbed one'nly with lit tle
hope -of,',,redresst'',

Leaflets' Circupated
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King ziald the meeting was a
"spontaneous,reaction on the part
of Negroes to the-recent electro electro'
' electro' cution of Jeremiah Reeves Jr, a
drummer An a Negro jazz band,
who was twice convicted of rap raptp4
tp4 raptp4 a white Montgomery 'house-,
wile.' He waS 17 at the time of
tho attack.,
Ilnsig,ned leaflets calling for the
mass protest were circulated last
Thursday, urging Ne gr oe s to
meet""in orderly, dignified PrO'l
test against legal miscarriage 07
justice where Negroes are c o n ncerned."
cerned." ncerned." A
The cirtulars, charged that a
white Man was not arrested for
raping a Negro girl the, day be before
fore before Reeves was electrocuted. Po Police
lice Police said a, xape incident was re reported
ported reported last month but TIO warrant
was signed because investigation
proved the complaint "9ompletely
unfounded."
KKK' Signs Reappear
: King and' Other Montgomery

ChiltIrca Caulio;
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WINNER, THIRTEENTH AAA TIMER
' SAFETY POSTER CONTEST
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r The imminent 'rainy season hasl,
s brougght a safety comment from
' the local AAA ebb.
pad weather and carelessness
b P ini traffic make poor companions,
, wIrns' Ales. Mildred X. ,Turner,
, s., secretary-treasurer ,of the Pena..
- ma and Canal Zone Club.
' 'Statistics show that the accid accident
ent accident rate is considerably higher in
,' inclement ,weather than'on fair or
simply cloudy. days,' said Mra
, Turner. 'Reduced visibility, slip slipOF
OF slipOF pery streets, among other factora
, contribute to the increased dangr
. The American Automobil'e Club

ine Amerman AtItOMODUe t,11101 ,
official emphasized that school-age 1
The Southern Pacific train
children are particularly vulner- traveling 60 miles-per-hour, sud
able to accidents in bad weather
enl?, bore down on them. Tho
because they haven't been train train'
' train' ed to allow for the hazardous con., chi clren 'Panicked and st art e(
running but could not reach tho
ditions. Parents are urged to teach
end of the bridge before the loco
their youngsters safe walking ha ha,
, ha, motive smashed into them.
bits for rainy days.
Dr. Robert Hausman, Bext
This advice is featured on an
Countyk medical 'officer, identifie.
AAA safety poster that the Pana Panama
ma Panama and Canal Zone Auto Club is 92c dead as Anna Maria Ramirez
distributing to elementary schools Ildt Of Laredo, Tex.', Diana Garza
, throughout the Canal Zone this 11; Laura, Garza. '16; and poi
month. The poster design Wail crea Garza, 12,a II of San Antonio. Th.
Garza children, were sisters ano
ed by Magdalena Yurgionas, ,13,
a tinth-grade student in Los An- brother.
' geles, Calif. It was reproduced for
distribution through the AAA Mo- Anna Maria's sister, Norm
tor Clobs throughout 'The United Ramirez, 15, was dmTibed as
, States and other countries. very pritical condition at. th
Rainy season is coming Take Lacklancl Air Force Base Hospitz
the time to be careful. Warn in' San Antonio.
- school-age children to be eipecial, member of one of the fair

.1,14-M141,11, 61.4. 1.61,, lea,UICILL A,7 V WLIA,L traveling 60 miles-per-hour, sud-lot cieetnst
able to accidents in bad weather enl?, bore down on them. The a czar."
because they haven't been train trained
ed trained to allow for the hazardous con., chi siren 'Panicked and started ''
running but could not reach the -----7-
ditions. Parents are urged to teach
end of the bridge before the loco- :
their youngsters safe walking ha ha,
, ha, , motive smashed into them. '
bits for rainy days.
Dr. Robert Hausman, Best r )
This advice is featured on an
Countyk medical 'officer, identified
AAA safety poster that the Pana Panama
ma Panama and Canal Zone Auto Club is the deed as Anna Maria Ramirez, .'- 7
Laredo, Tes.4 Diana Garza,
distributing to elementary schools 13, et
11; Laura, Garza., '16; and ',Louis
throughout the Canal Zone this
month. The poster design NV28 crea Garza, 12,a II of San Antonio. The 1
Garza children, were sisters and
ed by Magdalena Yurgionas, ,13,
a tinth-grade student in Los An- brother. , . :
geles, Calif. It was reproduced for ,
distribution through the AAA Mo- Anna Maria's sister, Norma
. tor Clubs throughout 'The United Ramirez, 15, was dmTibed as in N NStates
States NStates and other countries. very prititai condition at. the
, Rainy season is coming Take Lacklancl Air Force Base Hospital .,
the time to be eareful. Warn in' San Antonio. ' ,
school-age children to be eipecial, A member of one 0! the fam-
ly careful. ). , , Hies said he shouted for the chil- ...--"-
Organizations interested in sound dren to jump off the bridge but
1 .
pictures on accident prevention his cries were dro'wned out by the
which may be obtained for show- approaching train.
ing free of charge, should contact Includes' early '4"."4...."
,
Mrs.- Mildred Turner, secretaryr 1
treasurer of the local Auto Club, a is a -1..., ',
at Balboa 1615. ,' I nrerttonimn 'Alum

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LONDON, April ," (UPIMos-1
- cow Radio last night beamed a
1 series of anti-R-bomb broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts at Britain and the United
States, and accused U.S.'states U.S.'statesmen
men U.S.'statesmen of trying lo turn the "sim "simpie
pie "simpie matter", of halting tests In In'
' In' to "art insoluble problem." ,'
' A broadcast beamed at the
I said the allegation waS be be'
' be' Ing'rnade that since Russia was
f last to hold nuclear tests, a sus suspension
pension suspension 11010 1101114.13e tO her ad ad,
, ad, Ibis reasdning, if It led to an
, race between the atomic powers
to overtake each other In ,the
number of tests, et:mid lead only
to "atomic chaos," the broad broad,
, broad, cast, heard here, warned.
Another broadcast, beamed ot
l Britain, attacked British defense
, Minister Duncan Sandys and
' NATO commander, Oen. Lauris
Norstad. It accused both of be being
ing being anxious to prolong the arrns

Pentovna Sett;

ASrF, 11111111ald

tlee!inn April 1

:0:To church leaders were

--a.
e are here to repent for the
constant miscarriage of justice
that v,e confront every day In our
courts," King said.
The "KKK" signs prompted po police
lice police to call out extra help. Police
satd 16 new signs appeared ,Sun ,Sunday
day ,Sunday morning alter workmen using
blowtorches burned away more
than 30 painted signs Saturday;
Police estimated the number of
Negroes gathered before the Cap Capitol
itol Capitol steps at "more than 2,000."
The president of t h local
White Citizens Council, Bruce Wy Wyatt,
att, Wyatt, had urged whites to boycott
the meeting. -- --, ,
"We have learned from source
we know as reliable that the so socalled
called socalled anonymous sponsors of the
meeting actually want trouble,"
Wyatt bad announced in advance.

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The guest speaker for tire April
11 tneeting of the Panama See
tion, American Societv of Civil En Engineers,
gineers, Engineers, will be Dr. Roland P. Da Davis.,
vis., Davis., Dr. Davis-is Chairman of the
ASCE Committee on Engineering
Education. Tile title of his ad address
dress address will be ?reeds in Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering 'Edocation. The- meeting will
he heldfin the Fern Room of thp
Tivoli Guest House starting at 8
In addition to his years of work
on'the ASCE Committee which !pie
new heads, Da,vis has served as,
vice presidents and director efl
ASCE. 'Ile holds fleYrees in civil
1 i engineering from MTT and CCornell
Universitvelfe is a former tirrofes tirrofessor
sor tirrofessor of structural engineeriett and
is Dean Emeritus of the (Toilette
s', Engineering of West Virginia
TIriversity.- J-Te now devoted hit
full time to bridge consulting anti
is presentiv serving on the, Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's board of consultants on
the Balboa bridge. ' ''.
Dsvis's address will be of par par,
, par, titular interest et this time when
American education, especistir a along
long along englivering and scientific
lines; is being seriously critici.,011
in the' light of the rising Soviet
challenve te American teehnoloiee
al atiorern ',CY.
! Sinee this is a suhiect of such
genera interest to the public st
large. guests will be esbecially
weleme, and members are urged
to bring Interested persons. RI RIIfreshments
Ifreshments RIIfreshments will he served Oil'
, the meeting, and dress will be
informal. -..- I, ,,,

Gfctiis 16 Hear' ''
Cla IlLbildel Sneak
CIa5) D. Randel, Insurance MAI
of 4,Panama City, will be the gueNt,
Speaker- at .the monthlly dinner!
Meeting- of the Institute of Intern Internal
al Internal Auditors nevt Monday.
Ilia topic will be 'The Relation
of Surety Company to the Aceountant-Auditor."
Randel has
been general agent here for the
Maryland Casualty Company since'
1946, and prior to,that was in the
banking business in Oklahoma.
This will be a joint rneetine of
the Institute with the, Federal
Government -AccountantsAssociation.
-
Hosnitality' hour at Seven will
be followed by a steamship roest
beef dinner at seven-thirty.' The
tickets for dinner are la.
it Members of both Professional or organizations
ganizations organizations are adivsed that tick tickets
ets tickets mav be purchased at the door
but that advance reservations ate
requested. These may be made by
phonino. James C. Twomey Pt
Fort Clayton 4228 or N. Mc McwOrking
wOrking McwOrking hours.
Guests of members may attend
this joinimeeting.,

,
'AMID THE RUINSHer arms Outstretched in despair, a mother stands with her child 'amid
the ruins at their hut, atter a sudden fire destroyed 10 unauthorized' dwellings in Rome, Italy.
; leaving 50 people homeless. The blaze flared when a brazier overturned and high winds tanned
,the tiam.es., Two gas tanks exploded during the tire but-necasualties were reported.

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IeR; is ,beine seriously crit4cl'el WASHINGTON (UP) ,Senate 1
.the' light of the rising Soviet Democratic Whip Mike Mansfieid
lallenve to American teebnolociec (mont.) aid today that Prsi.-
-suprernticy,, ,
SinCe this is a subject of such Ian would
dent, Eisenhower's "drastic". Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon reorganization P
meta interest to the ,public Pt make :the De'..ense Secretary a
rte. guests will be esbeciallY "ctar" who ,. could ,force creation
elst"me, and members sre urded of a single armed service. -,,,
'brine Interested persons. .' RI- Be also ctiart:d that -the pian,1
eshments will be served Oil- would ,!"decreas ,competition, in-1
leb me'stinV, and dress will be crease ''' rivalries -and Aleter 'coin-.
formal. ,, ..' 1, '''' " : petition.", within tthe. military es es!,'
!,' es!,' --', '' ' tablishment. 411,e-, predicted Colll
12' flap polonlip- toed. ., gress eventually wou d c agree on'
.'"' itro 0 " 1 'some Idnd of a "compromise,
.
- ,
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,M111" tftlilly j loilighookn Mansfield's statement) signalled
e' "1 the formal! opening of a- long 3,,hat-,
, 2 v v ',,,,,, ,, Ile in' both the House and Senate
' ye me es 1 e - i 11 "5 p It tvertIthe 7Presielent' woolen40.41v e
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- he defehse' sgtretary lull control
' '' -''.'. '' -4 ., ,r,'' num 0 tirtPli 44' mnnov and defense

' over men, 4' money -and defense
MACDONA, ,Tex',',7.(11P):-L A strategy.4 The 'iss e may carry
reeding; 'passenger train struck, The President already has,tor.
we children p'aying on a railroad dered 'Defense'' Secretary Neil H.
brriAge yesterdav and killed four1McElroy- to carry out eight steps
of them intitntly, The fifth w a a which Can be taken 'without legis legisin'
in' legisin' critical condition. lative action, Among other things,
It vvas reported that a, sixth he told McElroY Jo proceed at
child lumped from the bridke but once with creatiom 'truly uni unithis
this unithis had not been confirmed. beg" ground-sea-air commands;
The Mangled bodies. were
strewn along th,- track and toped Praises lke's Cando'r
over the') bridge railing, into the
Medina River 18 feet below:: ManeJeld praised the Chief Ex Ex,
, Ex, The'cbildren, who ranged in age ecutive for, "laying his cards on
from n to 16, were on an Easter the table" and said "there la
picnic with'their families bemth room for honest men to, differ.''
the bridge when they walked 1,r) "The lines' are now drawly lb
on the bridge to play and take' a struggle 13; great constitutional
pictures. significance. 'The authority' over

room for honest men to, differ."
"The lines are now drawn- lb'
a struggle o: great constitutional
significance. 'The authority' over
the purse and the designation of
roles and missions to a secretary
of deefnse who will, in iffect, be

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Mansfield said the secretary,
under the plan as,outlined so far,
cou d set up a single military
service, create a supreme com comWand,
Wand, comWand, and institute a german germantype
type germantype chief of sta f system. 1

He noted that inilder reoragnil
zation ,bills have been' introduced
in befit' the house and senate' and
said he thought cosipromise
could" be reached between them
and the president's "drastic' over..
haul proposal, Mansfield is among
the sponsors of the pending meas measures.
ures. measures. : 1 t
McElroy 'told' Congress Thurs,
day that the President's plan did
not,inerolve single service" or tt
single chief of staff, lie said both
concepts were rejected by defense
planners "in shaping ; the presi;
dent's program,
41ansfield said he would not ob object
ject object to giving greater powers to'
McElroy, who has been an "out "outstanding".
standing". "outstanding". secretary. But he added
that "every secretary of defense
Will'not be a McElroy and there therefore
fore therefore I think it would 'establish a
bad precedent."
,
Secretary Has
,
,
The senator noted that'the Pres President
ident President had asked Congress to "re "remove
move "remove all doubts" as to the la
authority of the, defense secre,
tary. Mansfield' said he under understood
stood understood that the secretary already
had great power .if he wanted to
, Mansleld made two specific
proposals: 1

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Describes Program .'Drastici

--Ellinination of great numA
her" of under secretaries, assist assistant
ant assistant secretaries and "assistants to
the assistants" within the Delense
Department. -He said the same
should be. done with the lifter,
ous commissions and committees,
land ,that the number of admirals
rand generals in the Pentagon .be
reduced by' half.'
Creation of an independent
civilian 'agency to. direct military I
research, He opposed the Presi.I
dent's proposal to set up a
rector of Deense Research." e
,.
Plan Consolidalls Authority. I
4 1,, et. 4 ,x 4, 0..7
Mansfield said the President's
'proposal was "not a reorganiza
tion; but a consolidation and
strengthening of authority under
the SOcretary, of Defense.
,
I He' said the President went "too
far jn advocating what he does
and not by pny means far enough
in bringing about a reorganization
within the Pentagon itself."
The stag of the Senate' Armed
Services Committee has been in instructed
structed instructed to analyze the adminis
tration's bill to carry out the
,'President's plan as soon as it is
submitted ,probably:in 'a week
,L or,10 .days.
.1: vs ;,:..
By that time the House Armed
Services Committee will have be be.
. be. gun hearings on- an alternative
plarkproposed by its' chairman,
,Rep. Carl Vinson (D-Ga.).,,

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, It vas a great weekend for znad pilois. and Eng.
lishmen at the Brazos Brook Country Chib with the
result that the semifinal matches of the Chryster-
Plymouth tournament will be contested by four
Britishers- from Cristobal steamship row kndfour
, Panama Canal pilots.

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NEW YORK '(UP) Eddie
Logan dealt k the knockout bit),
chen of Redding, and Zora
- Polley of ChandlerArtz.,, the two hY playing' the, third'shot stiff ti
leading. heavyweight, contenders, the pin for COr.fourat No. 11
meet in A natioally televised which was just, enotigh to win,
(ABC). 12-r ounder Wednesday Their opponent' talk ,a 'bags)
, night m the outstanding bout on five.
the weeldy boxing' program, The tather-so'n eam of Peril
and Don Franeey defeated Fitz Fitzunbeaten
unbeaten Fitzunbeaten Machen, winter of all gerald and R,,a,DelBqyrie 3 and
, 24 professional bouts, ruled -212-5 2. : z
favorite because of h I s superior 4, -4t ,e
, power. Their San Francisco bout Catt.' Niter Din4an, and Capt
originally was schedule d- for Finley MeehanAsubstituting o
March 19 but was postponed when 'Copt; Frank lilcGilberry) had s
, 31achen was injured in training. touglii, time in vi.overcoming
Machen is ranked No. L a n Nelson',and Elton Belt 3 and 2,
Toner No. 2 among contenders, and Ronnie wet
for Floyd Patterson'r title by both won Wier Roger Daugherty and
Ring Magazine and the National Elton-13ell (substituting lor Fred
- Boxing- Assn. Each is 25. Folley Meisingerl'Ahree up ,and two tc
, is unbeaten in 18 bouts and has a play. After seven 'boleti; the win win'
' win' lifetime pro record of 39 wins, two ners were foils. sip butt Daughert)
losses anotone draw. Folley, like and Blreame4Sekstrong ,to wir
Mathen a fine boxer, has knocked three-of the,nextfour haerto find
out 25 opponents to Alachen's themseitevonly, one dovin 'on No.
Johnny Busso of New York was 12 tee:
a 6-5 favorite over Larry Board-
Man of Marlboro, Conn., in a na- Thel booted their chance to
tonally. televised (NBC) return yen the match- at this hole and
,, lightweight bout Friday night at hnd tq settle for a half with bo
Boston. Busso won a 10-round de- geys. Then they lost No. 13,, tied
cision over Boardman in thi same 14, lost 15, and tied 16 to bow 2
ring last June. Busso's lifetime and 2.
recdrd is 31-6-Lwith 14 knockouts. The semi-final 'matches, which
Boardman, a harder puncher, has muetibe played ,byisext Sunday,
a 38-6 record with 19 knockouts. are as follows: I
In Another return go, welter- Morland-Owen vs. Duncan 7-Mc'
weight Tony DiBiase of New York
was 6-5 choice over Peter GllberrY'
France), Sr,-Francey Jr. vs-1.4-
Schmidt -of New York in s widely
' televised (DuMont) welterweight gan-Raymond.-' '
e Mopday night at New ,t 1 v.( I
, York's St.i Nicholas Arens'. DIM- knoarOuts. -7,11'.
ase, a geology ktudent at N e NV Joey of' Cleverin ; for forYork
York forYork University, took a split de- mer light-heavyweight champion,
cision from Schmidt five weeks returns to the ring Saturday night
ago. DiBiase's 194-1 record in- ,for the first time in' 10 months
'eludes five knockouts. Schmidt when he faces Hans ,Kalbtell at
has a 10-9-2 record with only two Stuttgart Germ n

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, : i r ,- LCareful study, plus and argu argu-
- argu- ' ment that he won, and a putt
lc ''Goit : Club 2Lutph, haiyttoo i,arredenacoall tdpo;
, 4, Arnola Palmer, symbolic of his
1 z,--- , -,,, -, victomin the 22nd Masters golf
d for mad pilots and Eng. Palmer VMS also 311,250 richer
with the winner's share of the
ok ,Country ClUb with the fattest Master's purse in histbry.
.
matches 'of the Chrysler.' The sum pushed the 28-year-oll
Latrobe, Pa, professional well a aill
ill aill be contested by four head of the field in the money moneysteamship
steamship moneysteamship row andfour winning category.. ,- ,-
, J Palmer's steady 13 in 'yester 'yestertA.
tA. 'yestertA. ''-i,,'-', ' 4 ', -:' (tars final round of the tourna
, ..1,,': - ment founded by Bobby Joneg
Capt., .Arthui'Lgan and :Cat,. tice him a 71-hole card of 284,
,Tim Wallace (Substitating for t el,our strokes better than r, ,-but,
injured, Jimmy,.,Raymonds) provid-Marely one stroke ahead. of de deed
ed deed a sensation in the third rouncilt,,,,i .,..... r,. .,,,,,,,, ..,

by defeatmg the strong Maduro
Simon combination...
The. Matille;Division',tepresenta Matille;Division',tepresentatives
tives Matille;Division',tepresentatives wire 'one down 'With four Jo
play when Wallace sank a 1,o n g
putt on 15 to tie the match and
followed up the, good work by
canning fantastic.: putts. at 16 and
'17 to keep Ahe.,,metth a An 'even
keei. ,
1 Logan dealt:the kiockout blow
by playing' the, third shot stiff to
the pin for a," phr.four at No. 18
which war just, enotigh, t to win.
Their opporientk.tdok a bogey
The tather-so'n earn of Perry
and Don Francey defeated Fitz Fitzgerald
gerald Fitzgerald and Ray,DelBoyrie 3 and
, -t : '''
, CaPt. Pater Dunhu, and Capt.
Finley MeehanAsubstituting f o r
'Capt.,' Prank ,Mc6ilberry) had a
, in v.. overcoming ; Bill
Nelsod', and Elton Bell, 3 and 2,
, Dilklidorland and Ronnie Owen
won War Roger Daugherty and
Eitoel3ell Oubstituting lor Fred
MeisingerYAbree up ,and two to
play. After 'even 'boleti; the win winners
ners winners were toile. tip 1)4 Daugherty
and Bgroagie4ack, strong ,to win
threerof the.next Tour hblerio fin,
themseltek-only one dovin 'on No..

won olzer Roger Daugherty and .''Fhe three-putt miseries also
Eitoe-13ell Oubstituting lor Fred plagued pre-tournament t favo favoMeisinger)'?three
Meisinger)'?three favoMeisinger)'?three up ,and two to rite Ken Venturi of sail Fran Franplay.
play. Franplay. Atter 'even 'boleti; the win- cisco'. It took him a total of 12
ners were teak zip butt Daugherty Putts to get down on four holes,
and tgrceipeOeckstroug,to win the gth,,,,14th, 1501 and' 16th
ci..
thretof thetuestiotir hblerto fin Despite his troubles on ,' the
then's& es;only one dovin on No. (Teens.- 'Venturi, who played .with
12 tee; , ,, ,, ,- Palmer. Posted an even Alter 72
A ,, .., p,,, .:1, ,,' and a four-day' score of 286, two
e strokes from the winner's cir cir'7163(
'7163( cir'7163( booted their chance to
yen the match- at this hole and cle .' i zt,-. ,,-,,,,4, 1
,Asked abbUt the coiltrOYerilial
had tq settle for a half with bo--,
ruling Which gave Palmer a par
geys. Then they lost No. 13, tied
three instead of a double bonev
14, lost 15, and tied 16 to bow 3
give owthe 12th hole., Venturi
and 2.
The semi-final 'matches, which 'laid .'",I, kneNif 'be could lift the
ball levelly and ulayed every
mustibe olayed ,brutext Sunday,
:. hole after MO a.1 if be had got gotare
are gotare as follows: I ten a three."2 t, , ..
'''Morland-Owen'vs. Duncan --Mc
. France), Sr,-Francey Jr. vsLo- '4( gam,
)i
gan-Raymondt" ,'" '
' T0111 MOP 1111?" ft le elms

.
gan-itaymona; . R)DAYsENCANTO35-.20
. .. r i Elichasti Nirldmaril in 9
4 1 VI,J64iiitidt .1
kno gu s. f. ff i ii ) ( 1 141 tuTIME 'LIMIT', i ,,,
, Joey 'Maxihir of' Cieveran ; for- Richard Todd in
mer light-heavyweight chamRion,
- ,' "SAINT JOAN" '
returns to the ring Saturday night -
And The Fight ---
for the first time in 10 months 'ROBINSON vs- BASILIO
when he faces Hans Bata at
St tt t G Z:311:
I; gar ermaily4.A .,,,,, ,
., , ,

"'

rast:rs Viciry
tincs Pitier 53
Tcp'Eney--111innir',
,
AUGUSTA. April. (UP)

fending tbamplon Doug Ford of
Mahopac, 'KY, and underrated
Fred Hawkins 43f El Paso,', Tex.
Ford and Hawkins ,eich missed
birdie :putts on :the 18th green
that would' have -thrown the
tournament irkto an 13-hole
playoff today.. t,
.1, hit the putt a little tno
hard,whe said, "but it went in",
for art- eagle three, he had
plaed it safe for the birdie,
both Ford. and 'Hawkins would
have tied him. ,::' -, ,,,
- Actually, the ,,',prize Masters
plum was ,,,bpth won anti lost
Easter Sunday on the treacher treacherous
ous treacherous 13th green. Ford was also on
the green in two and.had a much
etisier putt 'than Palmer had a
few ,minutes earlier.
' However, Ford' three-putted
from, 11 feet and took a par in instead
stead instead of-- the eagle that would
have won him the tournament
or the birdie that would hove
out him and Palmer into a play

4C-Listo will m'ake repairi thi"dia'--
tribution aystem and will ,auspend the
electric service, , ,
Between 3 a.m. and 17 11Mii on Tues.
'day, April 8 in th'e gollowing ireast

Ah" Ar" 416th.-Str
,ea eet
gatias Bernander entrane.':
,
Lelevre Park 'starting qront 15t1
1'
Street along' Cineuentepario Aventie' and
'ending sit the NaltiOnal Guard-BoOth:'''

BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE

GOING AWAY Jockey Heliodoro '02apito) Gustines boots mutuels favorite As Yu Like Her
aCTOSS the finish line three-quarters of- a length in front of Minuend. ,,This was 'the ,Ellas'
Carrillo Handicap. yesterday's main event at the sPresident Remorr racetrack; Gustines won
three -other races to be the winningest rider ot the, day. FernandoAlvarez .had the leg up
Innuendo. : :

, 7.
Teams , W ;
Pabst Blue Ribbon 7 26 13
Life, Savers 25 "14
Firestone 'fires 2212 1612
Turto Products 1, 22 17
Gillette Blades 21 17;41
Grecha 'Music Shop 19 20 1
,National Electric 19 20
Shaws Gift Store 19 20'
Ebonite .TOrliadOell 18 21
Vauxhall Victors 17 22
Boyd Brothers Insur. 15 24
itlisrld Millinrder 13 26 1

Shaws Gift Store
Ebonite Tornadoes
Vauxhall Victors
Boyd Brothers hum
Moms Mai ',order

r,.',

Leading averages. (Men) Mead,
Stinson, Soto. (Women Mangles,
Williams, Burdett.

Pabst Blue Ribbon 3
Turco Products 0
.
:Pabst Blue Ribbon (BeeiWriek (BeeiWrieked
ed (BeeiWrieked the ambitions of the ,Turco
Products in a red liar, bowling
mark witb nine ,of bri briers
ers briers bie akinr the' 101500 a Mark.
By taking all three points ,thel
Pabsts Ribbon Rollers N tOOk
the leagu0 lead by one'point,
, Turco Products spotted' Pabsts
nine pins handicap and while
they played uo part in the out-I
come of the first two fames it
, was mighty important m the fi fir
r fir nals because on the scratch ba basis
sis basis Turco was ahead by on pin,
put when the handicap was,count
ed the picture changed.
. :
, Blackie Miller 'celebrated 545,
Kitty Gallahair 503, Stick Stinson
512, and Millie Neely 553 all Blue
Ribboncuties. For the Turcos it
was ,I,ena Burchette 504, Helen
Glud 515, Russ Arnold-, 519 and
Mel Leidner .509. '' -
Vauxhall Victoi 2 Life Savors 1

Vauxhall Victor from .Civ as pull pulled
ed pulled a mild upset by coming oat a-,
head of the former league lead leaders;
ers; leaders; Life Savers. Mr. and 'Mrs.
E9r1 freund plus "Santa Claus"
KleiSebillan teamed up to, carry
Vauxhall to a well earned victo victory.
ry. victory. Earl was the leader with 533
and the little woman 513, and
Clan! 501. f
The ladies in the We Savers'
lineup demonstrated that the men
can't win, without them' because
the damsels took a vacation from
smacking down the pins and the
guys we're not strong enough tp

SERVICE :'-',
- CENTERS
,' TONIGHT'

BALBOA fgt.&
ILIA Doug Ise Adophe Menjod
' Ralph Meeker
',ATHA Of GLOB!"

CRISTOBAL
, LAM irlitner Hop. lAtage
"PEYTON PLACE"

DIAiSLO 1:041
: ,Rehnut Dantina fr Mariana
;rGEMIULILLA'

MARGARITA '11:15 1:it5
Lex 'Barker Anne Bancroft
"THE GIRL IN BLACK i
STOCGDIGS",

rAZAISIO SANTA cauz'
, 4:111 Alt S:11 I:11 &
l'yronePikwar ololuiny Guitar"
."AMANDOX onion. of
. one Nowise 8:N

CAMP MEND ''; I:15 lit
Rita Hayworth Robert Mitchum
- mrits DOWN MOW"
M'Cinentatkope and Colort

,,,OV,.1,,,,,

the load themselves,'
thougk all went over 9&9. Dick La
-., new baii for
500 scra;,ch and 565 ;handicap
'set, Burt DeVeau 503, and Fire Fireball
ball Fireball Ronnie Mead 505.
Boyd Brothers Insurance 1
, Firestone Retreads
' Upsets continued when ,the
Boyd Brothers Insurance took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the, provisions' of a, 53
pin handicap and 'hearly swep
the entire three games, hut three
pini in ,the last game decided the
will for the Firesooe retreads.:,
, 7,
The entire yoster of the:,,Choycl
Brothers and Sisters ,cover
themselves' with:glory: For exam example,
ple, example, the llowards 'tallied' 533 for
Marian and 593 for ,Bob, theMur theMur'phys
'phys theMur'phys made their presence,,,,te
;with 419 'for Naile3oandl oritaLlbsd
Lor her baler' half, 'andl, to, ecolii ecoliiplete
plete ecoliiplete the oluintet "KER." Route
up 5i4. For the Firestones
the Rills tried' to make a battle
with Anne helping herself to 574
and Jerry jarring 518 and tagging
along was Bob Storey's strong 547.

- Gillette Blades 2
'National Electric 1
)
' The Gillette Blue 'Blades shaved
the National Electric down to size
in tbe first two games. but4 got
slightly dull by the tirae the third
game rolled ,around and, National
Electric Appliances inserted a wli
w.a. ',

,,, In this match, the men for Na National
tional National Electric went on a- strike
but the strike was not against the
pins, because only the 'lluchesses
broke into the elite circle Myrt
Mange ls with 511 and Jo 'Andrew
518., For the five in a, pack Gi
lettes, four were keen, Al Kluep Klueppel
pel Klueppel 501, Dottie Williams 520, Rog
er Williams 541 and Jimmy Bow Bowen
en Bowen 519. P,

Shows Gi ift Shop 2

Aldens Ma Herder 1
With two, of their regulars -departing
for the States, Nick Nick Nickisher
isher Nickisher and Shirley Cavanaugh were
'signed up as permanent members
of the Shaws Staff, and they 'im 'immediately
mediately 'immediately produced results, Shir Shirley
ley Shirley 532 and Nick 529, plus Bob
Car lins '528 enabled Shaws to
wrap in tinseL and ribbon two nice
wins. Especially nice because
Shaws ,were giving the Aldens
Mailorder a gift of 84 pin's handi
cap per game. This was a little
too generous in the middle game
which Aldens sent up to the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago labeled as a win. Only Jr.'
Williams WaS on for,.tIdent
with 551.

Greche Music Store 2
Ebonite Tornadoes 1
?he fact thai the' Ebonite Tor Tornadoes
nadoes Tornadoes had "perfect game" Ppe
Damian in their lineup- did not
scare the Grecha Music Store in into
to into submission. Instead the Grecha
played and toyed with the Ebo Ebonites
nites Ebonites in their first game, winning
by substantial margin. 7 PnlY
the last game did the ( Grechas
slow down and ..the rl'ornadoes
blew into the win column, by 23

pins.,,

,
, The Moore family, Eud and Ma Marie,
rie, Marie, 'were in there for, Greeha
with 567 and 522. They had plenty
of help from a newcomer, J. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts with a 505 stratch and 599
handicap. For the Ebonites 'Joe
Buygoon had a 506 handicap
Whereas 'strongman" Pepe,.
Mien rolled to expectatiOns with
a 577 oicraWLseries, jetthigau?
handicap.",

The Stud Maqui's promising fib
ly As You Like tier, uncle: a coa coa1
1 coa1 s-deut- nue oy starrmg iocitey tie tiebougro
bougro tiebougro (rapito) Gustines, raced
iroin oeitinti to wmp Mmuendo in
a torrid stretch battle ..yesterday
all,tritoon Ine featured tit,000
aas Carrillo Hanwcap at the Pres Presinent,Itsmon
inent,Itsmon Presinent,Itsmon racetrack..t.,
- , .17
, ',The four-yeiro-ld e u t
,daugater; INiccolo 'Dell'Arca-ftesauuue
vied ea an' almost even
money laverite .but hau a tougn
time witn secoud cnoice kinuenua,
Ine latter mane hip bid' first aud
toil command wit& As You, Like,
her hot on his heels midWay ,tiown
Ine stretch. In tile run to the wire,
the 'iuly pitoen stronger and won
going away by three parts ot a
iengtn. tier time, tor the seven
,uriongs. was ),;g6., ,.
' As You Like Her retrned $4.40
to win.. She ien. an : almost com compiete
piete compiete Sweep by, the minuets favor favorite's.
ite's. favorite's. Nogauno and kala were tne
orily two Inuttiels ,ciloices' to ;fail
anti both wound ,,,up ,'runnersupv to,
the second favorites': r I

The sub-featured six furlong qua qualifying
lifying qualifying races tor two-yearkokis for
the West Indies;!Federation, Clam Clamsie
sie Clamsie which will be run on Atril 20
i
were won by Ves ucio 'and Sapris Sapristi.
ti. Sapristi. Vespucio had ewithStand a
hard drive down he-homestretch
to stave off ,determined challenges
by the ,ractious Mulched' and Car Carcaman.,
caman., Carcaman., Sapristi scored a relatively
easy post-to-post win. '- ,,:
' Gustines was the day's saddle
with four victories. Alejandro Y.
eaza waS the runnerup with two
triumphs.' Vespucio ,was leading
jockey Braulio Baeza's dilly vic victory.
tory. victory. -., s' '-
,
Vespucio Carcaman, Mulehen,
Doble Fija and Alucinado quali qualified
fied qualified for the classic- in one 'group
and in the other Sapristi, Pastore
Pan Tostado,, Xistullari and. Don
Lucho were the qualifiers. ;

divridenc4:..,....;.
Filt$T RCE
1L-Riscai $6.20, $2.40
2Nogalino $2.40

SECCitiD RACE ''
1320, $3.,
2Lark $8.30 N :

First Double: $9.60:
' THIRD RACE
1Francisquito $4.20, '$.2.20'1
2Ka lalu $2.20
' - OnTwot

FOURTH RiCE',

,
1Bargyle $2.60: $220
2Don Luis $2.60'
Quiniela:

,
:-v. FIFTH RACE,
1Mossadect $2.60, $220-
1-",,Golazo $2.20

,
SIXTH RACE
iPaquiio $3; $2.60 ,--
2Zumar $2.60

SEVENTH RACE
2Carcamnn $2.60
,, i 1. ,..Second Double: SI,

EIGHTH RACE
1Jump Quick $2.80, $2.40
2Maria 4tuardo $4.80 ,'It
- Quiniftlat $6 ';;

,
. NINTH ItA;E
1As You Like Her $4.40, $2.60
2Minuendo $3.
, ..0noTwo: $9.40

Editor:. CONRDO SARCEANT

-
fces iCO's Claudio tilartin2z..1-
,.
SccessfulIT Defend Title4$.-

- ,, Electrifying Edwin Sykes was still monarch of Pin- ',,
ama's bantamweights todaykafter his smashing kayo vic .....'. ,''
.
tory over,Claudio Martinez in t:19 of :the 14th heat of'-.4
se scheduled lt-rourider in, Colon last night. ',, -,,!,,,,,
-,'' :the k'nOckoilt ctiuiedan uprOir of Prdteitt from Mar: ''i''
tinez'sseconcis who.argued vociferously that the ,challenger
had got up at the count of eight; ind n,ot ten,, as refer'ee'
Colon Al Brown'claimed: .',- , .-...'.k t,-R7
- SeVeral 'sportswriters seated ,at ringsideclose' to 'thi,,,t!,' 40
neutral cor,nel'Where Claudio ,,vent clown, were., in agree1;c,,,
Itne.nt ')Vith the veteran ;arbiter. !,''' ..',' '.',. :''., '" '.-., ..s ,-, 'Is,
' -'.? ' 4 ''' ',', ' .. II 1- :, '' .( -----. .4'1 .
Based On commentlast night I r,.. ,:.4 A: : ,',:,.--...L,.,:,,,.21,' 11

Based On -coinmerit:litit night" ,--4-ii--,;;;;;-:,:-,,,, '"'i).
and today frorai-lant (who wit- ; ----------1:k,:
nessoi the fight.- theTOnSensUS
appeared to be-that' in any case; ., ,--,
Mattines,-who 'hatt been sent- to
the canvai in the:tenth Et10, w,as
a- badly beaten -fighter:who didl i,. t.- :,
not have a .ghost of a chance f ,.
of winnine the match thatwould :,'.
have given him the 118-pound 1
1
' 1
diadem. i ;44 -' :'. ;'', -,' 't -, : It?: ,' I
' ,, -, -:J, ,,,...,- !.-., 7 7, ,,. ,,'-1, ; , ::S:ii::
'; krom the Spettatr,,view'point iii, ::il!::::;:,?::.1m:;::::::: I, :- 1
the bout was, far from .exciting, p::: :, -- .--..
- - -.--' 44
for the- first eight'rounds as the -- ': : ::-.:,..::,
.......
lanky chamoionnsed his labbinR,
dancino-,, style ;' iti -',' keeninx his .:a0,::: :::;:::::.:':::;!:'::'?:::'..' 4:' ,,-
short that at arms length all' the Ai;,-':;:::: : .:..::!.V.R:,'.:.:".;:.;';';:...: '''''''' :
E

,
Durint 'this pertod,47 Claudio
, esme in eongtently,viith.hnli
l rushes:;hnt be :bitert
nested's, tev tend. o'rey' es11.1, blows
'' as the ramble Siko4 sitletePp41-
neptIv out 'of the ray. :
Onune in,',,thn ',fifth!
lijertineT erotetiP4 ,,,tes,v1,1V: into
the, roneg ottAr, Fr1,0'"',hetttnins't
evis.v ltnm one bt Abese .clorosy
?dvances,,. :
' ;
, he flinth the etierrn Pon Pontleftteci
tleftteci Pontleftteci 0117 .4 eenirtil! of 000,4
ones ft nA the ') itte, ritontled
the chore1,7er. Ilonk
to tIle!-Ipm 4rilt, Aft the bell soutid,
.!rt erit the S''snym,.'''.; s-.; y
.; ii717,1,1 th, lyr.rtipe7,
1,101k 0.: 114
41,Pfillefti VIA Torior ,htit,thero, 111010 q
f9r,t.1,0:stolt,
4011710, It1
7.0niwnvft,t,tritin
h,e, le,ro ork9d
unyA,.,ep!!!!tgt ;in lively, exchapq-,
es4r!,
,
PN2
k The 14tn sterteq, thgt t
Panto, esnlek- tn sn
when, e:r!fiht )1itrot 't,o the heeit
set,it ty'lta ,the
Ton., itnel floym;), fro the, floor, ;i
llorttt41,1P;;;IN'onitlArs, -Motionint
Irartie,P11-v;: tor 'Plivo' 1)' 10.
lkspritirtoqt inime nreier41 hiJoet
hilt vs a, trt& late. the.t!ght Nvte
;Iready over, tt,'

i'sid1;:...6.442;1 imam olios,as4.1;":."4,',...-

' TENTH RACE
1:Sapristi $2.80, $2.40,
Tostado $2.80
,
' ELEVENTH RACE
1-7ngalioso $3.60t $2.20
Thigar$2.20 77'7"

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"4..6.0 TWO.
0.4611.t, mpg ify.11.61.61

, ,ALSO:
ROBINSON vs. BASILIO
, ,FIGHT1
CI C1 L7.1 E 4 i

Sv Vete' ToOrtvultr4 il)At',1,1t11
firmt d Po
ari tool, rif Vito rrortri.: 1414 0,1,,e,g 1
1, lasto,01.4,0,,),00 lift: (414,411,110 )40,
,
',Iff'tred three', eoroleentive 'de 'de'
' 'de' 7
-A 'ben mtryt, Fila e ItreFich the
"Amnion's filanatrer,' OvOla in to
t, !tar the tlart, ths,t- ViCr,er
had orderg to wait until after the
ninth to onen
,,:s.
' ftet' w tUrneti
in l'htfttvth wt' knewit :wag:
,,,,jalat .nultf.ir of firlo,'! hit imit!,
tiler fiOr.
yke!:( t Itobt ,ex;tiontarowti:tht
kirm Mel" tonenvAbrIl '27. t
BOUrne!! $et,::ftiVr bdx ItSx

ampaigns

11

,,, EDWIN SYKES
" ;hemIo. ,",
...
teatherWeight- '-prince ,..,5ohnson.,-,
this Sunday, it,is uncertain,when,
and 'whom,. the .,thampion,
meet ,rtext;. -,
'; ,We'11 foi the time;ri'., 4
bein7, Kreich declared. qtrr-'
;The After, three bouts
crotvd-;pleasers, Jorge Quintero;
was JI ?4,Ilyttnntlt
,over Valentin. Prowni,,126, 'ln:the"
six-round.semifinal..i. AV, I
The 'entire purse, went to Quin4t
tero. on a wintenta,ke-411 algree-" 1
, fit.
;,Formir lt.P.,'harvtamiielehtl
'ichamplon 122, ":,.
I took a unanimous verdict from
Stawart,"125,1it reuelloutult
i rounder to! which- the winner'''.
made Ids 'pro 'debut. r9.
In the', eurtairi 'raiser, which' I
as an cseeptionally .good-serm:;--
David Wright, ,-12V2, gained it 1
unanimous decision ,over pristine
Vargas, ."
:PrOmoterlouls. Craig dreW uzi
the card: i .-- .t t
,

MAIM, ''!"- t k
Pan Liquid
Fort Clayton ''g
Fort Xobbe,
Bokel- :

Fert Kbbe and Fort Clayt
,
weathered' the hot sum on Saturi
da morning' by playing a, hip angt
tuck game. Kobbe looked ,1,1k
,
sure winners,' when they, 6pened
the' fourth inning with four. runs
on three hits, ;hut' hClayton
boys wasted' to. time in acorhig
five:runs le,,their,,. half 1,,'of t the
fourth, ,Singlerints in the- ith' and
sixth wereAlie deciding mins o,r
the, Clayton victory; .11 to .0. ,Joims
for,- the Clayton teem. wa ,,,t h
leading hitter' of thet
had ,2 triples And aingle,in 4 4t
bats. ',';
This" 'week'S games should bp
interesting as the three top team
will play their ,4 ,trist important
games 0 be able. to stay in, the
race. F ';

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F1R$T RACE t'. : : Pan Liquid , 11 8 3
seal 56.20; $2.40 !,) ?ter w tnrne4 Ogle Fort Clayton .." '.::;4.1, 10 5 5 )
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' Less, sensousl, perhaps, but in Ebbets "le Id was almost a rep repall
all repall other 'respects Baker.Bowt, as lica ,of BAker Bowl. Air 141 hom homthe
the homthe Vacs- was called,. -; couldn't ets 1:4,11 ,!lisilblelto .allii' th r e e
have fitted Chuck Klein's sweaty Imps: 1.,eftatill !Eft-tenter were
giants better i. Abbe Lane's cou- more inviting. than right and
''' tuner thad designed it. -- right-center. For that reason the
On his borne grOunds in Phila.. Dodgers hab4ually,,paehe4. ,t h e
delphia the leit-hand slugger, dead batting order with right h a n d
liar beiore Its time at 5'4, was a hitters.,''Thi?, tended, -'101-, inflate
Amen-eating tiger. In precincts less theirjeptOtionas Avpoor,litters,
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congenial to his grooevd swing. '
An enduring legend is that tht
. the 6-foot, 200-pounder; gratefully- tadiuM was hand tailored f o I
compromised on More convention-,ov Bate, end while-At- is' t r u (
al cusine. --- right field iS easier to reach that
From Klein's career it may- be
- lett, it- iS'ono less true that Ruth
possible to draw inferences of, coa-,
4... an kothentic culdssits, oeided ni
temporary interest. At LoPez, l'y such assistance. ,,They eould haw
say it again, has rejiggered the
,, played-him 'in any park and hi
14 pv tunallvVw 911114 I'l "S '4',,In would still have' hit thoball far
tieing hitting for pitching, defense ther ,ancipaclied up mop tomer
and speed. And there is ,the,Dodg- theft 'anbody ele. Still, 1:' t h 1
' ers' 250-foot, left-field barrier in tearalacked-balanceit Would no
ltheir new LOS' AngeleS quarters, have won. ', -, ,
'theoretically a li a-and:death chal-, h,,,. .,.. .,...7. ,-: , .,, ..,,
ledge, to piteherk t ,, '-..-, Na amount" of 'softening .. up 1
I Just bow important s t e a r t i
.. -.- '.., nark 'is; pnino, to wink& i .-tuinna

'Talcs )(lain as an individual ix.
aritpt and yeti must Ogrtite thst
impact pot tnconsiderable.
Arise s six-ysar stritch, .duz .duz'
' .duz' it,1 which hi hit .370,-3:4,'..136,
' .3,1, .348 and .368, hi. was.
tradod to the Cubs. .and
tvto years with them,. skidded
to.,301,s.293.
- It there had- been- anY waY to
int ude the cozy right field wad,
th. C,ubs would have hact them them'
' them' Belles a ,hot deal. As it Aurned
ollt, they got the least important
part of Klein's equiment. A jourt
, neyman' hater,- dangerous in any
parknevertheless -- the circuit'.
t stances ,which' contrittuted to his
high limits had' to he considered
in any ritingn fi his intrinsicabilit

principle is sound. John McVawl
demonstrated 44 fon years,entAte
Polo (Grounds with 4owballiricon
trol, pitcherat whon defied:the Cht,
tonalom envirt(iltiTerlyoeasoriagt
a, catcher, ,- especiallyi liiqadept
in handling, (pitcherta

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Ilea ,o1 BAker Bowl. Mr hom homers
ers homers odol-it th r e e
lefttenter were
more inviting. than right and
right-center. For that reason the
podgers habitua4 packed. ,t h e
batting order, with right hand
hitters.- ThiSr! tended, le; inflate
their.sreputtionas Avpoor,litters.
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An enduring legend is that the
tadiuM was hand tailored f o r
.thvBabe, and while-it is' tr ue
,right field is easier to reach than
'lett, it. iS'ono less true that Ruth,
an kuthentic coldssits, oeided no
such assistance. 4,They toultd have
played-him 'in any park and he
would still have' hit thoball far farther
ther farther ,andpaelie4d up more homers
thalf 'anbody ele. Still, t h e
tearilk-lacked-balaneeit Would not
havd won. ,
'Ncb amount" of 'softening ..,up a

,doet the sire of the park play -J s'"'s kW' "Aanw tv
bolt club? 1 Ottt ,Of poor lall'elult in Klein's
, in tho efforts of dnv thla. Phillip 'warp phrAnin tntl

park :is going to make i,-wfnner

day the,Phillies were chronic tad tadenders.
enders. tadenders. In '30 they had eight '300
hitters, yet,won only 52 games
whiln josing 102. A fore-shortened
fence gave' Washington, a home homerun
run homerun z champion. Roy 1 Sievers
last leer.. Where did the c,1 u b
finish? Dead last, 43 games back
of theNankeesi

Deadline For
Entries Set
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O'Dout Got. Fate Too
c2;
,KeinzWar not the, only -fhitter
whose exploits were spuriously
enriched by he cooperative, con confines,of
fines,of confines,of the rhilhez pla3,,pen, Left Leftq'Douls,,,e,),31,1,1titter,
q'Douls,,,e,),31,1,1titter, Leftq'Douls,,,e,),31,1,1titter, with the
Giagts, tsuaredto,3,98,Athe nextl
Year,t11,,aalicr 1104- with 32- horn.,
ers,rand.122 .4131, first ,and only
time in,the;inajors ,lie ,,droye, in
100, or more- 1
' , entiok,' his,. mada, ,of
- the, aighf ;.300', hitters l
in 10: Kloid paced 'theft' with:
.386. That was the year' Terry s,
hit .401. It was also the re a r,
--when the srabbit ran hog

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Don t, a e nor -,c .-, .. -, 71, -! -r- t, ,-,- ',
, ; , , :,! 4 - Mention:: hes,. besn made ,of
Klein thrice lid' 'big league in the, .'Phillies,1,, eight ;.300 hitters 1.
homers, twice in runs batted in, in '30: Klein paced 'theft' with:
" once, in batting. In two o t lie t ..386. That was the year' Terry s,
' years he wisAirst liassists; w. hit .401. It was also the re a r
, suelly the mark of -a stfong men,- 'when the srabbit ran hoo wild;
' wid&ranging outfielder. Aletually, if'', you,:',,,' like yout,' metaphors
hetwas an i, 'ordinary outfielder. tastily', icrengt1461, The,'NL, had
1 The hosrt right field also made SO '.390' hitters,, 13 at .350, or i
him look better aslan outfielder, better': Ili the At:. the retie was
' statisticallv than he, was.2...oni,,l.;,illtout the some. 'I.,ast year, in
If It' seems tencus,,A. ?tis rill' porsibli, centriet; ille hit.' had 10, the AL
teeTargue agairstotheopropostition inirni:rio '. I, .i '-.
., that certain perlittItreutienefhliall -',''' 11 11141t tu.'t '".c01 or.01-Fi '- ,'
' to ',set-thin players.' 'Whether 1 t ".lie I Tr( Ittilli VhIllre,' 'Mt ''',;IS.' its a
' brings it of., or,' not k. the As Le oV,teitii 'the Car s' .24 't-o p e d

eagues lat ea0 e
1733 'kits led the'ldagne,
aeeredr'94t tubs; 1199,
this last a revealing i3t e to., The
47er,ol :sepreqk,19,04, but virmitte4
anly!: '64' enemy mdi!
the pennaet.

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The National Tennis Commission
ofieanama is preparing' an. open
aGubles tournament to oegin on
saturaay, Apra 19, at 8.3o cm.,
on Court No.1, at the Olympic
swill-tilling poor- 4.:loy Samna.
well-known- tennis, player end in instructor,
structor, instructor, is charge of the orga organization.
nization. organization. and yunning. of the ,tour

The cntry fee is 42 per player, I
Games. be two best a. three
sets: including the finals. blazed blazedger
ger blazedger balls will be used., Entries
will close on Wednesday; Aprilq6,
at p.m., and immediately t 0 I- :
lowing, the calming to lirrange
the seaedule of the etches will'
take P act.
Sanchez can be located at the
swimming pool- daily from 8:30-
11:30 cm, and from 2:30 to 6:30
p.m. He may also be contacted
by' telepfione 3-0286; for, any addi additional
tional additional information recied..;
, The Commission urges those
who register as participants to
cancel the entr fee by 6 p.m. on
the closinedate mentioned above,
and wishes te emphasize 'that no
one will be taken into onsidera onsidera1
1 onsidera1 tion who has not paid up to then.
The Commission is forced to
take this stand beeatiseolunplea beeatiseolunpleasant
sant beeatiseolunpleasant experiencesln the past, when
man .a player on being inform informed
ed informed of his opponents according to
the 'results of the -drawing, f o
some' reason or other,' withdrew
thus disorganizint the 'schedule
made, Of course, 'inch a proce procedure
dure procedure is rather unsportsmanlike, be besides
sides besides being annoying to all others
concerned.
' The Commissieweidends irl'inVi irl'inVil'ation
l'ation irl'inVil'ation to all tennis players of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, Panama and 'the'Canal Zone
towns to participate and reauests
their cooperation in making this
an attr,active, enjoyable Iind excit exciting
ing exciting totirnametit
George D., Madur0; tipresenting
the Jantzen firm, will be the soon soonsor,
sor, soonsor, gnd will donate two beautrul
trophies ,to the winners. 4

Tnr, PANAMA AMU:1M AN INDEPENT,ENT DAILY NrwsrArrit"

THE HOPE Joe,. Pignateno,
who comes from Brooklyn,' has
been an 'outside contender"this
spring for the Los Antiles Dodp,
erg catching berth lft -vacant
by Roy- Cempanslia's iniry.
rence and, Hersh freeman:4'
erally in defeating, Cincinnati,
g-3, at Nashville,Zeno.'The Sew Sewators
ators Sewators collected It hits, including
a homer, ,by Jim Lemon. Hal
Griggs was themilmer although
he required help from tru Cle Clevenger
venger Clevenger in the seventh,,,'

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By MILTON RICHNIAN
NEW YORIC, April 7 (UP)
The' bel1 rings in another week
and some or the real-"pros," like
Dick Donoval .of the White Sox,
already have indicated theY'll
come out fighting.
Donovan, a 3. ,16-game winner
last year, had been taking. his
lumps lately and didn't like it.
The Phillies raked him for six
runs in three innings on March
27 and 'he blew a six-run lead
against the Yankees .last week.
"Worried-2" someone- asked Al
Lopez.,
'Not yet," I'eplied the White
SOX skinper. '
' But the' conscientious Dona DonaVan
Van DonaVan was concerned and openly
said-so, too.
'-''Darn right I'm worried," he
said, "and I'm goinrto do some something
thing something about it in a hurry."
He Aid ,yesterday with a fine
seven-ihning scoreless stint ft ftsainst
sainst ftsainst the' St, Louis Cardinals
that paid off in a 441 victory at
Houston, Tex. (

It was' his best showing of
the spring and- just to add, a
little icing, Donovar slammed

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homers by little Ted .11iint
and Earl Tolleson; :
St. louis ,scored its only run
off,. reliever Dixie Howe 11,, who
Was tagged for an eighth inning
home run by Bobby Gene Smith.
A pair of Red Sox pitchers,
Frank Sullivan and Tom Brew Brewer,
er, Brewer, also glive evidence they are
ready for the start of the season
by combing in five-hit 3-0
triuMnh over the slumping Ti Tigers.
gers. Tigers. It was Boston's 12th victory
in the last 13 games and De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's sixth'strAight loss. Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan pitched six innings and gave
un all of the Tigers' live hits.
Brewer, Who suffered a fractur fractured
ed fractured finger' on his 'pitching hand
eight days ago, held Detroit hit.
lesS, 'over thfr last three frames.
Robert Cremente's gran slam
homer in the eighth inning off
Jack Urban powered the Pirates
to a 5-2 ,win over' the Athletitri.
Vern Law,went the distance for
Pittsburghoand,, gave up eight
yt,homeri by" "slugger'
Billy Hunter.
Dave Fhilley, the Phillies' fill

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0330 156.00
0430 2,600.00
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0630 156.00
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0430 154 00
0930 156.40

in first baseman, Unloaded
12th inning home run over the
,ight field wall that produced
a 3-2 decision over the Yankees
at Columbia, S. C. Philleystruek
tis blow. off Bob Grim, who re relieved
lieved relieved starter Tom Sturdivant in
the ninth. t
Yankee shortstop Tony ru rubek
bek rubek committed three' errors, one
of which preceded Stan Lopata's
two-run homer in the seventh.
Rokkie Roman Bernproch limit limited
ed limited the Yanks to one run over
the first -seven innings.
The Los Angeles Dodgers teed
off on World Series hero Lew
Burdette for six runs In the first
inning and then coasted. to an
11-5, victory over the Milwaukee
Braves at, Fort Worth, Tex..'
Rookie third basertian Dick
Gray led Los Angeles' 13-hit as assault
sault assault with a three-run homer. a
double and a single. Don New Newcombe
combe Newcombe started for the Dodgers
and gave up four runs in tlie
, first four Innings. Carl Erskine,
, his successor, looied much bet bet,
, bet, tNr in holding the Braves to one
run -0-, a homer by Bob Hazle :
the',,rest of the way. 4,-
PipchAitter Bob Sbhmidt of

led home the tie-breaking run
AlloVAC 1..69 lflie San Prandiseo Giants min mina
a mina homer and a single't a
-.the lOth inning to help beat
run& The other two c!sme. on
, counted for two of Chicago's

the Cleveland Indians, ,at
San Antonio. Tex.
Don Mossi started for Clevei
land. but was routed in the
second inning. Willie Mays and
Willie Kirkland hiV homers for
the Giants while Larry Dobv
connected for the Ilndians off
Giant starter Ray Monzant in
the. first inning.
The, Baltimore Orioles pound pounded
ed pounded out 15. hits to defeat the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs, 7-3. Piny Gardner
bomered off loser Dave Hillman
while first baseball Jilt 1IIfirOIP
led the Orioles with four hits.j
Connie Johnson gave uP all ut
Chicago's runs in the 5 4.-3 in innings
nings innings he worked and Ken Leh Lehman
man Lehman checked the Cubs on five
hits the remainder of theway.'
Washingtpirtit !Brooks LaW

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Me whole ticketIlat 5 plecerthidect 1,11 two aeries "A" "B" o' 26 pieces each

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1230 1541.00
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1630 156.00
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1930 156.00
1930 156.00

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2138 156.00
2230 156.08
2330 156 00
2430 2.800.011
2530 156.00
2630 156.00
2730 4, '156.00
2930 156.00
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, 7993 UNAPT 7907 104.00 7900 104.09 797I'.4 104,0 7973 104.00 7970 104.00 7978 .104.00 7999
7968 104 08 79os loco, 7978 locos 797; ,,, 104.00 4975 IOU 7977 101.00 7979 114.00 7991
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'Prize4lontrig,Nulthers of yeiSerday's tottery,Drawig ifere sold atz-the 2nct and Srd: Panama
The 14ile Hundred'Aole' tickets ending and not jniluded' hi the 'aboie 'list win Fifty Two Dollars (52.60) 'each.
The whole ticket has 52 plecei cilytded in two sertes "A". 4z "B'' of 26 pieces each; ':!' :

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520.00 1426 520.90 1425 520.00 1431 520.90 1433 520.00 1435 520.00
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WITNESSES: Miguel A., Cedeho-'--red. 41-239 r -ALBERTO 'I. BARSALLO JOSE A. CAJAR
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3130 : 198 00
3230 156.00
3330 151.00
3430 2,000 011
3530 4, 156.01
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5136 156 00
52311 -4 151106
5330, 156.04
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5530 156.00
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LONDON: April (UP)..Carn--
bridge University won the annual
eight-oared boat race against Oki
ford rivals by three and a half
lengths over the. four, miles 374
yards Putney to Mortlake tourse
In, pouring cold rain here Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. N
Cambridge made the event ill ill'mist
'mist ill'mist a procassion,t.taking an I I Imediate,lead
mediate,lead Imediate,lead at the Putnex Bri ge
start and gradually increasing
their advantage throughout t h
race, t ,t

No,..7, Prize,
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7130 156.00
7230 150 Of
7330 158.00
7430 20100.00
7530 '',,158.1111
7630 158.00
7730 158 00
7830 t 758.88
7430 154.80

SUNDAY' APRIL, 6 '1958 $4 Prizes. Series A and B. of
POO Prize& Series A and & of
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'They rowed easily and smooth smoothIY
IY smoothIY with longer sweep and slight-1
fy faster strike than their dark
blue rivals.
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Official 'time for the Cambridge 11
row was 18 minutes 15 seconds.4'
an exceptionally good performance'
under the poor conditions.
Record for the course is the 11
minutes 50 seconds set by Cam. ,,
bridge in the 1948 race, when they
finished five lengths ahead of th
Oxford boat. 1

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8130 158.00
8230- 158.00
8330 158.01
8430 2.800.00
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11730 15400
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: TAKE-YILACE SUNDAY., APRIL 134 1953
, Divided ir 'Iwo series of. 2F fractions each denominated "A" and "Er
' FIRST PRIZE
1 First Prire Series A and B. .of 228,000.00 each series'. 252,00014
1 Second Prize, Series A and B. of 7.800 00 each series 15.800 00
1 Third Prize. Serie, A and R 3.900.00 each series 7.a00 00
18 Approximetions. Series A ant& of 280.00 each series 9.380 00
' -Prizes- 'Series A" and R.' ; 1.300.00 each series 23.400 OS
90 Prizes. Series A and R. of 78.00 each series 14.040 04
.900 Prizes, Serie A end B. of , ',, 22.00 each series 42.80n nit
' SECOND PRIZE ''
, 'it Approximations. Series A and R. of ILS.011 each series 2.840 001
Prizea. Series A and B. ot 130.00 each series 2.240 fie

' la Approximations. Sallee and h. of $ $204 each aeries $1,A72.1110
Teizes, Series A. and R. af..7 '.1.00 each mho 1.404.00
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bridge University won the annual ly with a :onger sweep and slight-1
Be Allit,f,a 11 eight-oared boat race against Ox-, faster strike than their dark
C Ptclauv role.
ford rivals by three and a half blue rivals.

. I, lengths over the. four, miles 374 ,.,,,)
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- , A ,, ,.- - - -- ---.1.' 1, mediate,lead at the rutney Bri ge minutes 50 seconds set by Cam ,,
RICHNIAN lin first -,- baseman, Unloaded la 11 start and gradually increasing' bridge in the 1948 race, when they
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meta.. - : --,' ,- and some or the real-"pros,". like at Columbia, S. C. Philleystruck I ,,
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lie entrY fee is 12 per piayer. Dick Donoval of the White Sox. ,tsis blow, off Bob Grim, who re- k--'' ,
Ines WA be two best O. three already have indicated Ahey11 iieved starter Tom Sturdivant in '"k-,,..,.,,,' ,,, l .- ,
ts: including the finals. blazed- come out fighting. '..- the ninth. ,' -- -,- 't 4-, - ,- ,,. t i ,
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si p.m.., and immediatelY i 01- lumps lately and didn't like it. of which preceded Stan Lopata's '' ;t .- a e4
wing, the (wowing to .-turange The ,Phillies raked him for six twe-run homer in the seventh. ',.- ''. -,-- .' --. ,- ', '
ours 108S the .'..t4.:- ,'
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ke act. '- 27 and 'he blew a six-run lead ed the Yanks to one .run over --,,, "': : IgilleS. ,:'Y,
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Sanchez can be located at the against the Yankees last week. the first -seven innings. "'"-,, '.
- off on World Series hero Lew ; ',
ming poor daily from 8:30- "Worried?", someone- asked Al The Los Angeles Dodgers teed , ,i..
:30 a.m. and trom 2:30 to 6:30
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, 'Not yet," replied the White Burdette for six runs In the first z ' ill ' .'.:f-,,AP
r' telephone 3-0286; for, any addi- SOX skinper. ,-. '', "''. : inning and then coasted. to an I
Lopez. ,,,,
anal information required.; But the' 'conscientious Dono',- 11-5,-victory over the Milwaukee ,.. ,.;1,,, pi 1 es
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The COMMiSSiOa urges all those ,--
Van was concerned and openly Braves at Fort Worth, Tex2.' 1
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ho ,register as participants ; to said-ao, too.. ,- : , Rookie third basenian Dick '-'
:''Darn right I'M worried," he Gray led Los Angeles' 13-hit as'. , , p 4, 1 ,-.,,I. ' ''
Inca the entry' fee by 6 p.m. on
ae closinedate mentioned above,
snid,."and I'ragoinrto do some- sault with a three-run homer. a ' ; ',, ',. : : .-, -,'. ; ..?..- ,' -, '44161f' 1 ';,. ;.; : eepes i
id wishes tat emphasize 'that no thing about it. in a hurry'. -, double and a single. Don New THE HOPE ..10 Pietiatino, ''. -. . I
He Nd ,yesterday with a fine combe started for the Dodgers who corneo'from Brooklyn,' has ' ,- '' -' -1 ..,- .1 .- i , I. .- .,
le will be taken into Considera Considera.
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on who has not paid up to then. seven-liming scoreless stint e- and gave up four runs in the been in 'outside contender" this -,,, -.. '' : t I a- : i ., i '
gainst the', St, Louis Cardinals first four ;Innings: Carl Erskine spring for the locang-Iles Dodtp. ',,
The Commission is forced to
ake Allis stand beeatiseolunplea- that paid off in 8.4'4 Victory at his successor, looked much' bet.' ers catching berth 'left Llticatit ' ,' t r, ''''' '': ,'l 'S Illne :, ,,,,,.--
, s tr in holding the Braves to one by Roy- Campanella's inlery. , ; ,,-.
int experiences:in the past, when
tan-a player on being inform- ., .7, -. '-f i ,' ,: ,,t., run -0-, a homer by, Bob Hazle .--- -, I '' , ' r ,
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I of his opponents-according to It was his best 'showing of the',rest of the waY-- ' ' ' '''''''''' '- .. s,
Houston, Tex., , ,.; ;.,
le 'results of the -drawing," f o i the spring and- just to add, a "r ' , ,, ;,i,, 4. rence and, Hersh' Freiman,: lib--; IIIINks , i' . -. ..
me' reason. or other,' withdrew 'little icing, Donovar slammed '',,,,i Pinch. hitter. HA Schmidt of 7
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FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.1
PHILLIPS, Ocoanside Cottages
Santa Clara IL de P. Phone Pam
nama 3.1877 Cristobal 3.1671.
Houies
FOR RENT Now ihalet, 3 '-
bedrooms, living-dining room,
maid's room, porch and garage.
Corner Paseo Cincuentenarie
and 7th Ave. Cote del Mar
(San Francisco). Tel. 3-3005.
tOR RENT 2 bedroom house
, furnished, exclusive neighbor-
hood, 3 months or pennament
, occupancy, Americans, Panama
3-043. .
FOR RENT Chalet three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms 6175.00 Avenue 9 No.
40 (La Cresi2) Tel. 3-4669.
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KATHMANDU, Nepal, Aprd
Ribting broke out in sev several
eral several districts of Nepal today dur during
ing during the election of the proposed
advisory constitutional assembly
several local ,newspapers report reported.
ed. reported.
' The trouble caused the oft-post,
poned voting to be delayed in three
districts the Kathmandu newspa,
pers reported. 1
Elections were postponed
finitely in the western district of
Dhangahri, when "disorder by ov
er 20,000 voters got beyond control
and resulted in the arrest of three
persons by police," a wireless
' message from the city, 160 miles1
front Kathmandu, sai4. 1
"Elections were postponed for a
fortnight due to serious laWless laWless'
' laWless' ness incited -by prominent political
pIrties," another report from the
etxreme west Doti district said-
. Pollng was postponed, for a
week at Jale;whar in southyast
NoPkt: When:. opposititioit to: the'
mode of Votiog used by the district
officer turned into disorders,
Ksthmandu authorities today
- con erred on means,to ,Iteep law
and order during elections in Kath Kath,
, Kath, mandy valley today ard tomorrow
the newspapers reported.

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Ann., Site and her mother are leaving Isrew lirork aboard, the
for Germany 'where they'll meet daddy when he's
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ATTENTION, O.' 1.1 Just built
modern furnished sositmonis, 1,
2 bedrooms, Itel,! cold, wales
Phone Panama 3-4941.-
FOR RENT ,-- Clean'and cons-
fortable' furnished aoirtment of
room, beautiful residential sec- 1:
tion 43rd Street No. 13. I, NI
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FOR RENT 'Army inspected
furnished one- bedroom apart-,
ment,, ell conveniences, 4th of
July A.ve.;,' Phone 2-2081, 2-
1140., :
, FOR RENT,-- As of May 15th,
"Deluxe twe bedroom aPartmenti
-2 bathe lone with' tub ind,
' showort.' Large sitting and din dining,
ing, dining, room, kitchen.;, Maid's
room and path, adjoining 'spar 'sparate
ate 'sparate laundry sachem, Lovely gar garden
den garden and putting green. Af No.
, 374 "F Street, Et Cangrajo
Phone 3-0319 s' 'during office
heurfl .!4 41-',fi
FOR RENT, Beautiful modern
' furnished tvio bedroom apart-,'
men. Hot' ,water,' reasonable
price, Ave. Peril 37-20.
FOR Modetn spaciout
ternisheerehres bedroont apart apart'
' apart' inane; Good 'residential, area.
Peri 3-20. t'
FOR', Furnished two'
heciSotime,apartment,' Hot yater,
' garagev-lett.' In' front of Pana.
!, am Hotel $11'5.00.1e1 3;2930:'
(Sell furniture if desired
FOR RENT Small apartment,
one' bedriSont; -completely fur fur,
, fur, ri(shed at San Ftsincitsq, $45.00.
Piton's' ,s
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Mrs. Florence Brithwalle died
suddenly early this Morning as
she was ,entering Panama
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, Mrs. Brathwait'e had been it for
about ,three weeks. She was 59
'years old. ,
A longtime employe of theTivo theTivo11
11 theTivo11 Commissary,' Mrs.', Brathwaite
fr-rtative. et- rba dos.,;;.,
She. Suritivecl by!irditughtr,
l'Pearl,Pinto; a son, Allen Sen Senhouse,,a
house,,a Senhouse,,a sister, Lenore Browester;
three grandchildren and ,a num number
ber number of nieces, and nephewi.
Funeral arrangements' will ,be
announced latex
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114TERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES-No. S Lottery Pi.
- -ZS CASA ?ALDO-Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-132 La Cart...muffle FARMACIA LOW.
CPS AT 13-37 we wrnrrr, PANAMA.- LIBRFRIA PEECIADO-7 Street No. 3 AGDIC1AS
BARD41-N. 211 91" Street mORRISON-4tO of July Ave A J St LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Tivoli Nor.. 4 FARMACIA OSIADOS DM:DOS-146 Central Ave
EARmActo LIA-134 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-,-.1 rik de la Ono Ave. No.41 FOTO DOMY-Jugin stromeatena Ave. and 33 St FARMACI1
VAN-DER-NS-54 Street No 63 FARMACIA EL RATURRO-Pairvine lAtavve I Strad FAIMAC1A '11A1r--Itla Porno 111 NOVEDADES ATMS -. Raid
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' FOR SALE 1948 ,' Chevrolet
: Tudor sedan,. good mochankal
: corlditiono good gat mileac
$180. Quarters 2536,A Cosoll
',Phone Ittavy) 3015; '
-Phone flirty) 3015.'
FOR SALE Chevrolet panel
, Y2 103 1,300 miles only. Please
.call Panama 3-7434 5:00 to
6:30 p.m.
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,,, FOR SALE ,--,.-1956 ,fluick
cial all payer. Consider older
coP Pad' Priment. Phoni
524 Ft. Clayton.
roll.. SALE L956 Ford1,, 9 ;
passenger Countryl Sedan. Ford
emetic powersteering, radio,
teeny extras. '11,000 miles.,lal;
, boa 2718. '
FOR SALE 1951. Studebaker
- commander four doo'r sedan. RaN',
'', die, and heater, two tone green;
in excellent condition. SI 350..
' 00.- Call Balboa 2-4174.
, FOR SALE,,-- '1954 :Chevrolet,
N convertible. Mew. top, radio,
heater, Ores. Excellent
condition, 1941 Ford 4 door N
, $50.00, Phone Robb' 31915..
: FOR SALC,-- '1950 Linkoln 4
door sedan, Hydramatic, radio,
t' heater.- Excellent 'c ondi Hon.
$3C0.00.: Albrook AFC, Plitne,,
ask
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.' FLASHGUN,,':
towe'raturo -of :the
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IntOrnatinat,jewelry
; '155 Central
order phone 2-2316 :
- LIFE INSURANCE
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JIM MOE
aeneralt Agent
Gibraltar Life Ina.
'for, rates and information',
:Tel., Panama 2-0552
Lil,
'Service Peronnel,.
Government Employees
Are Cligible to finance that NPW
or ,USED Car or Borrow on your
pment' ear through ,
Agency
, .-biC1( DEHLINGER
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' representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
' FINANCE CO. 1
, No, 4.T AUTOMOBILE ROW.
' Panarna City,
, Phone 34984-3-41185
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,Ficianque Travel Service
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Hotel.; 11011AND, HOUSE
: n Mins.; from the' heart Mr
San Jos 'Costa, Rica
Completely modern conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, ail with
private 4 bath. Mot, and cold. water.
.
Price; Se and Se 'daily,
' ivith meals. trf
qrsmopolitan kitchen
Horse( riding.
Foi reservations T.
Box 4459 '
Manager:. Bill and Elenor Jaspers,
,00 TELEVISION OWNERS
'Ditit SEASON -,SPECIAL",
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Presen this ,,coupon (filled
out),, to :our technician, and
pay half price on home' ger,.
vice calls. This offer !hutted
to One call cr cusfonier', Get
your set ehecked and adjusted'IweforrtheTalrif-seasot
ruFh. 'Th4 offer expires May
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Address .. .' ; ;

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I Mail order phone 2-2316
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FOR SALE'-- Houses and land ;
very cheap, easy payment. $50,.
000.00 to lend. Thtimas Real
Estate Agencies. Tel. 3-1069.
ANTED E I' It a s
2 w ng is an pan panish
ish panish speaking cook tor American,
family.,',Good,salar.. must have ,,
references. Phone 3-6020;
4:WALLET 4-4-4 Lost between B&W.,
boa ,and:, Valuable pa- ,'
pyre'. and pictures. Call ;Arna ;Arnador
dor ;Arnador 4127. Reward. : "'
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LONDONt- April 7 (UP)--Sales
men for British atomic power sta stations
tions stations are worldng furiously behind
the scenes' to give. this country
and early' lead m providing the
world with cheap atomic power.
At least 14 countdes are known
to be interested in buying nuclear
power stations, and the British,
government and industry is trying
to persuade others of the advant advantages
ages advantages of "Made in Britain" at
$98,000,000 a time. ;
Firm orders already stave been
made by Italy and Jap.aN Swed Sweden
en Sweden may be the next to Sign on, the
dotted line. '
, This week, Sir Edwin Plowden,
chairman of the, Atomic Energy
Authority, .leaves for Spain to try
a bit of high-pressure selling.
Other; enuntries investigating Brit
ish statiOns include Holland, 1,Vest
Germany, Brazil,. Australia, Cana Canaday.
day. Canaday. France, Belgium, Switzerland,
Luxembourg and India.
It is estimated that within the
next 10 years the market for nue nuelear
lear nuelear power stations-Will be- Werth
ahout $112,000,000,000-4 rich plum
for the, supplier who can get in'
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RECEIVES TROPHY '-- Wallace Russon, safety Inspector tor the Panama Canal Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation and TerMinalS' Bureau,;, bolds the Governor-president safety trophy which was present presented
ed presented to the-Bureau Wednesday morning by, GovW., E,, Potter' in a special ceremony held on
Pier 8 ia,Cristobal.. Prom left to right are W.11 Smith, chief of the Safety Branch, Russon,
Gov.' Potter and B. Everson, Transportation and Terminals ,Director.

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1300 RESCUED ISOM BLAZING SHIP This Is the Norwegian liner Skaubryn from whic
nearly 1200 passengers and crewmen were res,zued, after the vessel caught fire in the Indian
Ocean, 300 miles southeast of Aden. The Passengers, European emmigrants on their way to
Australia,. and crew took to life boats and were picked up by the British freighter The City
of Sydney and then transferred to the Italian liner Roma. UncOnfirmed reports say that
only one person died in the dramatic high seas rescue.
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WANTED Cabin 'alas," 27 FOR SAL Airplane AiltrOMICS
to 15 foot., phone, panam,' champion, excellent coniition,
, 7063. ' lose than 300 hours, 'Lnew 85

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Tho Albrook AFS Flyers pounc pounced
ed pounced on Fort Kobbo hurlor Keith
Williamson for, six hits and sev..
on runs in tho firs. two innings
.end ViOnt on to down the scrap scrappy
py scrappy Regulars 14-6 Saturday night
at Boom Stadium.
' Albrook centerfielder Bob Lang Langer
er Langer Ibrought home their fifth,' sixth
and seventh tallies with a long
triplet deep centerfield In the bot bottom
tom bottom of the second. ,These Droved
to be the winning runs although
the Flyers continued to hammer
away for single tallies in the fourth
and sixth' cantos and five ,more in
the seventh ,
Kobbe picked. un Ione tallies In
the fifth and sixth innings, three
in the eighth and one more in the
final stanza.,
1 Flyer leftfierder Mmie Daniel,
the league's leading batter, pac paced
ed paced their hitting attack with three
hits, one a towering home run ova
er the rightfield fence in the sixth
Frank ,Lurivieh 'and Bob
Hansen added two hits apiece
,Second baseman Bill Bridge',
catcher Lennie ,Gittens, lettfielder
Bill Dudley and rightfielder,
Weeks collected two hits eacy for
Kobbe.
Williamson pitched the first- 1
2-3 innings and Doug Norton hur hurled
led hurled the final 6 1-3 for Kobbe. Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson was charged with hts first
loss in eight decisions,C
Bob Hansen went the route :for
Albrook to ,get the win. ,Thr haVa
71-4 mark.' :
With only bno game loft on tho
Panama e Aron Annod Forces
League baseball schedule, (Al (Albrook
brook (Albrook 'vs. ,,Fort Clayton tonight
et 7:30 p.m., aL Jarman Field1 it
appear,' 'Os ihough -She 'Loosen,
'could' end with 'a first place tio
lotwoon Albrook and Kohl.
If Mbrook wins tonight there
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FOR SALE -4...Airplane Aoronca
, champion, excellent conaition,
loss than 300 hours,''new 85
Continental engine. ,Fhono 2-
4241 (Balboa).

FOR SALE Cortina' Phono
Spank course on mortis prao
tically now $35.00 2-1514.
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FOR ,SALE 'Cable-Nelson
, Spinet piano., Blond weed like
new. Maarten 21, Q
.1HrOghts. Phone Quarry, Heights
41411.., v-
FOR SALE Two savor fon
furs. 46-47 2nd Avonun (Bella (Bella.
. (Bella. Vista). Tot. 3-6936.
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ROME,' April 7 (UF)--Prot Sal Salvatore'
vatore' Salvatore' Riccohono,-, internationally
known expert on Roman law and
who'se works ire standard refer.
'ences in American and other uni universities,'
versities,' universities,' died here yesterday. lie
was 94. 7
' Riccoboeo,, since' his youth, had
devoted himself to (tile ttudy of
1,aw and.its Roman history.
',In 1929 be s went to the 'United
'States and taiight at the Catholic
University at Washington, D. C.
which still maintains a ,"Iticcobo.'-
no seminar of Roman law.", t
h"
, Riecobono.-was nominated, "ma "magtster
gtster "magtster ad vitam" at the.Washing the.Washington
ton the.Washington Vniversity, WaS a member' of
,the ,Municit, Academy of Sciences
and'doctor emeritus at Oxford in
addition to' many' Italian honors.
Will be a first'plice deadlock and
a three-game playoff will be sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. If Clayton wins, the 'league
championship goes to Kobbe.
, p
"ty', h,(5-11) or 'Joe kSchutt
frit& (2-8), are, eXpected to get the
nod for Clayton to oppose, Dick
Greenfield (9-2) of the Flyers. 1
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYM:14
. CRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211; CRISTOBAL.
Motorcycles :
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FOR SALE --Motor ccle 41.13;
,500sCC hvin Model 53 a-j con.
dition. BA 2-2438...

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- SCRAMBLEI-Thii airman finds his own way to answer that 1:
well-known Air Force command. Airman Second Class Wilbert
,, Adolf, of Hazen, N. Oak.. mounts his unicycle when called to'
:1,. man his post.'Adolf has been unicycling for the past three years.'
as a hobby. tOiSconcerted at first, ,personnel at Laughlin Air14
Force Base, Texas, are how used to it and consider Adolf a real
!swheel" around there. Airman Adolf works atthe military radk
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,.around Plymouth, England,- where a stern-JaC'ed Bobby makes
sure this caning cyclist keels to the left. Actually, underneath
all that flying fur is stage midget Ken Baker, no 'doubt on his'
.
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PLANE JANEbon't let that, smile fool you. Aye 'Aye San I
knows how to handle the antornatic weapon she's toting While
On guard at an airfield in Rangoon, Burma. The 25-year-old
" beauty scored top honors in the first training course of woment
members of the Burma Air Force.,"''

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cleaning of motor $5, waxing a
cart .36. Auto-raiio, Trans-laths
mime Highway near Sears.
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aster Sunday!, to -worship and
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urrection Resurrection of Christ from 'the dead.
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closed the 40-day Lenten season
,11, fasting and penance.
Vatican City, i:ope Pius

lumping -.1v liwuvo ;
snow and; puing up drifts three to astet'''
four feet deep. The sno-v extended
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glory in the most holy and joyous northern Wisconsin, but with less less0
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throughout the world 'as church family led the nation fif observ,.
bells ushered' in Easter day and ing Easter.' The President,. Ms
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',O. fasting and penance. , his three grandchildren drove
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In his annua Easter message, t the ..' Chill War-4 battlefield 'at
tailed on nations to "preps in Gettysblirg, Pa, in a' steady rain

to services at the,; Gettysburg
Presbyterian Church.
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-:- urgent task" of restoring a just Presbyterian Church. ,
. peace to t.11 world, ,' On the' West- Coast, rain-weary
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sacrifices," ,the 82.vear-old Pontiff steady downpour of -rain as the
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watched the sun burst over the rain, ,The precipitation, irwever.
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' ti--1 rPstre p-rn,4rs in the Thit- Pr,,onts also drew large 'crowds
.el ttl,fT, but Pe eleents faill I at,' the Tiollywood 'Bowl and the
tn r',ni t-e flow o' Qn"sti-rs to 1 Or-rge Row stadium in ,Miami
: c'',--..11,1 end erf'400r so:vivo sc,rv- I Ore of the ,most Unusual tell tell.
. tell. 'kr-. ,, ''. i eicrs services' was held atop the
, ,,,7-ie aorstix'7.rn ',plains and part of -.11,300-foot Ajax Mountain ,near
i
. Pn o'rth nrd soutwe,:t were I Asnen,,'Colo4 and, attended by
' -abort thA en 4 arens to escare !-more than 100 skiers who hit the
., co-, ,. i 4
. Proc"- 't' ,. A '01. 0 111,,tard 1 slOvV1 afterward l'or. an exciting
slaint-d into tnrnr ITichignn, i run' to' breakfast.
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As the sun tose in'a red-gokt
ball over, the Pacific on Easter
morning, worshippers who had
gathered at Fort ,Amador beach
heard the Rev. Eugene R. Berter-1
mann of St. Louis, Mo:, give the
message of eternal hope, rIlh
Resurrection Reality,"
,
: ,t, An estimated 3000' attended'
the service. Many Panamanian
Protestants joined with
' military and Canal Zene per.
sonnel in telebratint the Omni.;
versary et the tesurreePen...-
: Some parents lett their babie
and small children at the Fort
Amador service club, where vol volunteers
unteers volunteers ,conducted' a temporary
nursery,. ,Larger children, many
of them dressed In' their EastFr
finery; attended the 'service.
'As the sunlight outlined the
cross On the rostrum, a choir of
500 voices lifted in praise and re rejoicing.
joicing. rejoicing. They sang, II,Iesu, Lamb
of God, Redeemer." lq Am Alpha
and Omegs.!' 440 DPath Where IFt
TnY Stine," and .the Halleluiah
Chorus from Handel's "Messiah?'
Neil Branstetter, supervisor
a the department Of music' in
the (lanai 7one schools, conduct conducteti
eti conducteti the choir; Prof. liana Jano Janowitz
witz Janowitz gave the orvan ticcomnani ticcomnaniinert
inert ticcomnaniinert mrs. Sylvia 8, Kietz KietzMan
Man KietzMan 'was the. soloist.
,
, ve,rlous chaulaing nartleineed.'
Mel. Frecier!ck Zigan gavse the
call to worship. ,

Capt. Thomas L. McMinn read
the Old ,Testament lesson and
erndr, John Hollinlsworth read
the New Testament lesson. 4

, 1st T t. Robert O. Nelson gave
the usgtora prayer' and the
Lord's prayer.
Lt Col. Roo Ato Norden. an
sistant chaplain of TIAlt,,,
s CARIB, s who organized tbe
service, made the ,iittnounee,
ments.
1st 3Ohn P. Ett'eishank gave
the benedietibn.
The prelude and postlude were
played by the 176th Air Force
Band. directed by CWO Lloyd F.1
Overton. ,
Philinpine Liberal
111111ril flown
,S.
BitTo Visit

' MANILA, April 7 (UP) Vice
President Diosdado Macapagal has
rejected President Carlos p. Gar Garcia's
cia's Garcia's invitation to join him in Gar Garcia's
cia's Garcia's state visit to the 'U.S. this
June, it was 'learned today,. ;
Macapagal said in a letter to
Garcia that the opposition liberal
party views the projected trip; as
"wasteful, untimely and inneces innecessary.'1
sary.'1 innecessary.'1 , ..-- 1, ,
,
' Macapagal is titular head of the
liberal party. .. ..
.
While turning dovm the' invita.',
tion, Macapagal extended his best
wishes fOr the ,1Imaximum s u c ccess"
cess" ccess" of Garcia's trip. ,'
Meanwhile, Garcfa' and the Phi Philippine
lippine Philippine COUnCil of leaders will start
screening ,thla week the list of the
entourage accompanying the pres pres'dent
'dent pres'dent to Washington and possibly
1 oil a world girdling tour.
,
Among those -who will not be
screened are Leonila Garcia, the
president's wire, .daughter Linda
and her husband, Fernando Cam Camsoujnitarivate
soujnitarivate Camsoujnitarivate aides, of Garcia.
Other, members of the entpur entpurage
age entpurage Inc uding government officials
and newsmen willhave to go thrd
rigid screening. ,

: HAVANk. Cuba (CP) Presi11
dent Fulgencio Batista yesterday
pledged fide! Castro a lair trial
"if captured alive," but ha r.ndi r.ndicated
cated r.ndicated he did not believe the rebel
leader would live le face judg judgment
ment judgment for his revolutionary activi-j
ties. 4 ,
Batista, appearing confident and
relaxed, spoke at a news writer- 1
ence at his country home 20 mileS
from Havana as the city passed a
tense Easter Sunday in expecta expectation
tion expectation thatsCastro's threatened "to "total
tal "total warqond general strike might
!rupt wig', the end of the holidays

Monday. , "-
Bati said Cash. would be
taken alive "if possible." But' he
poin d out that loyal government
for s might not allow him to sur surre
re surre er because he and his guerril guerrillas
las guerrillas have "shot down police and
soldiers."
- There -was nollate word on mil militarr
itarr militarr operations k in rebel-ridden
Oriente Province,' eastern spring springboard
board springboard for Castro's revolt against
the Batista government.
The army claimed Siturday
night that rebel troops in Oriente
had been .4'decisively beaten"' and
that a vigil group led by Castro
himself was fleeing back into the
Sierra Maestra Mountains with
the Iregulars in hot pursuit. Nei Neither
ther Neither side made any, claims about
the action Sunday and it was gen generally
erally generally believed that Castro -still
was free.' -',
U.P. Coirespondent Reeve Wir Wiring,
ing, Wiring, in a dispatch delivered to Ha Havana
vana Havana by courier, said Santiago,
Capital of Oriente,' was a kcity of
fear.
Wiring, said Santiago; industri industrially,
ally, industrially, was a dying city and 'might
be "dead", by Monday. He said
fear and lack of raw materials
had Strangled production of t h
major industridl firms.
Widespread absenteeism by
workers, he said,- seemed more
attributable to fear of possible vi violence
olence violence than desire to participate
in any general strike. ,

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TEHERAN, April 7 (UP)-Justice
Minister' Mohammed Ali ,Ded ,Dedayati
ayati ,Dedayati leaves here today for Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, to ,deliver to ex-Queen Soraya
the documents of her divorce.
The Shah of Iran announced last
month he was divorcing Soraya),
who now is in Cologne, apparent-.
ly because she has failed too prov provide
ide provide him with an heir. ,
Details of the divorce settlement
have not been innounced.
Soraya Is expected to be permit permitted
ted permitted to assuine the title 'Princess,"
but will be forbidden to .use, the
Shnh's dynastic name, ,PahleVi.
Triwiling with Hedavati todSy
was Brigadier Nematollah Nassi Nassiri,
ri, Nassiri, chief ef the hah's imperial
guard ,
A court source told United Press
&Iran Will keep all the jewels and
other gifts given her during her
seven-year royal Marriage.'
Some of these gifts already have
been sent to her and the rest are
belga nreolred for early dispatch.
Informed sources said. there
will be no objection to Soma trier trierrying
rying trierrying again. but if she does the
monthly allowance will end autog autogmetically.1
metically.1 autogmetically.1 (
The Shah signed the final div divorce
orce divorce documents yesterday.

WHO

JERIISALEM,--slordan Sector
April fil, CUP) There is little
love in Jerusalem today., ,,
Instead, the city .where lesum
Christ hung from a crosti 1,925
years ago td bring a nesv hind of
love to theL. world, ts a city 'of
hate. t ' ', 's ', '
' It is a dark, hrooding, unrelent unrelenting,'
ing,' unrelenting,' unforgiving bate that stretch
1
es over the hills and swells througe
the! darkets of old Jerusalem.' ..,

; For today, almost ten years af after
ter after the creation of the state of
Israel,:the sears of Palestine lie
open and, unhealing in the Arab

This weathei rePort tor the 24
hours ending 8 a.m., today, Is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograprie Branch of the
Panami Canal Comnanv:
' Balboa Cristbal
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TEMPERATURE:.
High '95 35
Low 40'..; 77 110
HUMrDITY: '

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' (max.' mph) N-16
RAIN, (Inches)
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 79

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Lbw

mommo 0 mimmmoga

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' Low
12:33 a.m.
A2:56 p.m.

Waring said the some 'two-score
American employes at the 15-million-dollar
,Texas Oil Co. refinery
at Santiago de Cuba expected
they would .have to begin closing
it down at any moment. Their
families already bad been evacu evacuated.
ated. evacuated. If the refinery is closed, the
oil men are expected to pull out
. Waring said no formal curies'',
had been imposed in Santiago but
none was. necessary. He said the I
streets were deserted by 7 p.m. 1
and the city resembled a "ghost
town" by midnight. ..
. About,40 newsmen znd photog- I
raphers attended ..the press COD CODferenee
ferenee CODferenee sit Battsta's farm. '.,,
Batista said Castro 'was not a
true Christian and could not be
trusted to head a govehment. ..
t
"No man who permits ictures
to be taken of the killing o a man
or the-signing of his ,dea h war-1
rant could be trusted to head a I
nation," he said. I
, He liras referring to tecent pic pictures
tures pictures published in .the United
States .shoWing the execution a t
Castro's orders of two r e b el s
charged with rt,pe. ,- .-.4, 1
' Batista :showed no evidenee of
concern throughotit -- the confer conference'
ence' conference' '7 ,, ,-
pirkup 4th pgh: Deipite Abe, .etc.
. Despite the tension- Vervading
the .city, ehurches were fi'led for
traditional Easter Sunday reli religious
gious religious rites. No disturbances -or
demonstrations were zeported. .',
Havana police reported ,the ar arrest
rest arrest 'of. eight men:and ,the' conris conriscation
cation conriscation of explosives, weapons and
"stibversii,e", propaganda JA ,two
raids. --.; .,,, , ' :' -
, Pollee said five men'taken. in a
raid on an apartment in old Ha Havana
vana Havana were "terrorists". and san sanoteurs,,:wh'tried
oteurs,,:wh'tried sanoteurs,,:wh'tried to pare 11 2 e
transportation in H a ,y.ii n a 'hi'
boarding buses and threatening
drivers and passengers. .J"l d
,A search of their apdrtment
turned up IS "Molotov ,cocktaila,"
eight cans of gasoline, !uses and
other materal .. used ,n bomb
mandiaeture, police said, 1., ,,
Cashro has not set any definite
date for the openiag of his threat threatened
ened threatened "total, war," saying only it
Would eome ,l'in the near future."
It 'was belieVed .that it would ,be
signailed by-a general itrikC pos possibly
sibly possibly with the -end, of :the ,Easter
holdays today p -,..
The government last week au authorized
thorized authorized workers to shoot any
rebel agitators that attempted to
make-them walk out or. even in interfered
terfered interfered with their work. ,
'In another -Move -to frustrate
the' threat of, a nationwide work
stoppage, Minister of ,Labor Jose
Suarez Rivas .. today issued a
statement reiterating labor's right
to. organize. Ti statement, said
the freedom to organize ,is an in inalienable
alienable inalienable right o' workers ,"after
the cancer of Communism" has
been eliminated. . ;
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Author- Paul, Dies :',
Of Heart Disease :
.

P OVIDENCE: Itt April 7
nip), Elliot faul,, 67; author
'The Last Time I Snw Paris' and
other books, died at the Davis Pnrk
Veterans, Administration Ilospital
today. )
Paul, a native of ,Malden, Mass.,
suffered from arterioscleronis and
heart slisease. He enterPCthe hos hospital
pital hospital about three months ago.
Last month Paul, lifelong ag agnostic.
nostic. agnostic. joinod the Greek Eastern
Orthodox Church. (

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,

You feel the hate'that has built
I
,uo in this city since Israel's birth
everywhere you go in the many
smelled splendor of its, old( mar marlets,
lets, marlets, on its rocky hilltops, even
in its incense.sweetened holy pia pia,
, pia, You bear it froM the soldier,
the. shopkeeper, the taxi. cab driv driv'
' driv' The police at Mandelbaurn gate.
the-. only place -where. Arab- and
Israel soil touch, waves his arm
to the Israeli tuardpost 50 yards
Then he spits suddenlv, vicious viciously,and
ly,and viciously,and wallt1 back into his guard guardhouse...
house... guardhouse...

Runior Links
Of Belgium,rlith

''' a
Bntish Princess
'LONDON, April 7 ,'(UP) The
Sunday Express reported yester-,
day there, were !Istrong rumors'
in Brussels that Belgium's Xing
Baudouin was to marry Britain's
Princess Alexandra. ',,
Express gossip cOlumnist Eph Ephraim
raim Ephraim Hardcastle said it Ayes rum rumored
ored rumored the engagement between the
Belgian king and the 21-year-old
cousin of Queen' Elizabeth weuld
be announced at the state ball he
is giving at his palace .next week.
4.91'his story has,been cirCulated
beforeand been denied," the Ex Express
press Express said, 'It will .probably be
denied again.",',
The newspaper quoted Barones.s
de Stoeckl) 84-year-old close fridid
Orthe 'Duchess,-of 1Cent"---Ale,c
andra's mother as 'saying 'Oh
no. It is out of the question.' when
asked. about the possibilities of
such a match.

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, , , (NEA Telephoto)
!REBELS TIGHTEN' HOLD IN CUBA -- Rebel forces of Fidef Castro assemble at Sierra Maes4
tra, Oriente Province, Cuba,-a few hours before a hit-and-run attack on a government patroI
post. The rebels were rePorted to have tightened their hold on Oriente, disrupting tran3.
portation and communications and cutting off loo supplies to many cities.

(NEA Telephoto)
ON THE MARCH Rebel
leader ,Fidel :Castr carry,.
a chicken given td him
, by., farmer !, rtear Sierra,
Maestra, Cuba, Ets Castro and
his supporters ;Marche d'-
'througb- the town, The rebelS
are increasing military '', and
sabotage,operations in Orien Oriente
te Oriente PrOVinee,

'e .increasing'., military '', and
,botage operationsin Orien Orien2
2 Orien2 Mihidan State:,
Province,
- SiUdent:Rdporters
eiroial Service Arrested' in Cuba

Fr Wl.ter.O.si
Set Tonii.rt:':.!'

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,
Graveside services for -.Walter
Rossi, 49-vear-old'Amerieen, re-'
gident'ef Panarmi. City,,Avho died
March 2, in Gorges Ftroiral,
will be-held tomorrow at 0 a.m.
at Corozal, Cemetery:-
,;,.The services will be conducted,
by, lbe,,Rev. Michael 3.. Wye. of
St:., Marv's, Mission' in BP Mott.-
, Mr.; Rossi'', was : a -native-: Of
Pbita,rlelohia and had-been, a.'re a.'revideit
videit a.'revideit -of -the 'Isthrrius for'. the

14 !iAors, :3

The taxi driver coming in over
the irw highway front Amman.
puts ,it, more' simply, "We ,hate
them,7' he says.'
, The guide in the Garden ',:of
Gethsemane cups his eynotY hands
as though he were holding a grape-.
fruit and says: 44,ThisTthis 'is all
they left ,us! v,,
There is little open ,trouble in
Jerusalem today. The occasional
fire s between Israeli and
Arab patrols 'take niece upland
and well out of earshot and range
of the city;
But the signs of the bitter pall
that hangs 'over the lloly Land are
everywhere, Rolls of barbed wire
and gun emplacements stud the a area
rea area where Christ was condemned
to die that man might live.
As your cab ,rolls into jerusa
lem from the airport, You can look
out across an Arab Legion rav
chinegun post to' the barbed wire
of no man's land and another Is Israeli
raeli Israeli machine gun nest beyond.
Slicing throurh the city itself,
like a butcher's knife u t n g
through a roll of,sausage, is ti 12-
foot-high stone and mortar wall.
lt is the dividing wall and it is

g,ff,,,

' You can't expect-to be a luc..
i dog if you spend youf time lust
, growling. iNE

otly, Airliner

MIDLAND, Mich.; April" (VP)1
four-engine Capital Airiines
Viscount, landing on instruments
Airport,during a snow
shower,' 'crashed' in a muddy field
short of the runway Ihst night, kill killing
ing killing all 4 persons aboard,
The $1,250,000 Britih-trilide plane
burst ihto flames the instant it
touched the ground rand firemen
had to; string hoSet tnore Matra
thousand feet through a quagmire
of mud to reach the scattered and
burning wreckage.'
The Plane was carrying a taps tapscity
city tapscity load of 44 passengers ,rPturie ,rPturieihg
ihg ,rPturieihg hbtrie from Easter holiday
trips, plus the Pilot, first officer
and-a hostess.
It was the first major commer commercial
cial commercial air disaster 'in Michigan.
:(133, 3;4.5 a.m., 44 bodies had been
carried to '1 temporary' morgue
set up in a private hangai, State
nonce began trying to -identify the
bodies, under supervision of cron

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4 4 ; 4
NEW ar011E1' Anti '1 ):-Two
Michigan 'State eniversityv stud students
ents students have been arrested by Cubnn
ArmY Military Intelligence 'OM 'OMcers
cers 'OMcers because of suspected contact
with Fidel Castro's rebels,. CBS
Cortespondent Robert Taber re reported
ported reported today from Santiago, Cuba.
The two students were identified
as James Ellsman and Mark Hath
away. They were said to be cor correspondents
respondents correspondents of the Michigan State
Storlent Newst.tper.
US Consul Parke Wellman told
,Taber that the students who were
arrested at the Casa Grande Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, will be released by Cuban au authorities
thorities authorities today. 1,-

0 7

, 1
ers William Shea and Harold Ced,k
erberg., But all the bodies Wert
mangled -or buined and it tha
hour only ,seven or, eight had betn'
tentatively identified 4- ' I
Capital said it was the airlinetC
first crash causing a death' since
December 4949, and the airline has ....
t
flown 'six billion Passenger milli v'
since that ,crash. ? ,,, I 6
The plane wail on a flight freill
New York Citr to thicago, wit
stops at Detroit, Flint, Mich., a
the Tri City airport. ,, -f
- Capital Airlines ,at ,Saginaw a
Detroit declined to discuss the p .,
i
sible cause,of the crash or -to dil;
close raft communication bei
tween the pilot and ,the capital),
Tri City office on the instrum .5.
approach. , ., ; ilt
The plane was approaching th(
airport from the southwest on ins. ',1
truments when it apparently'uO
t(t,
dershot the runway and plunged,.
into a muddy corn field.' ,,,. r .41
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Graveside services for M I
Frances C, Bottentield, longth .cl i
resident of the Isthmus w I,
died March 30 in Gorgas Hos i
tal, will be held tomorrow mor 4
ing at 10 a.m. at Corozal Cem j
The services will be conducie,,,,
by the Rev. W. W, Baldwin of S"
1
Andrew's Church in Cocolt,
A native of Wisconsin, Mr 0
Bottenfield had been a reside '4'
of Panam, for rnany years. Sh
I
had been' a patient In' Ci-orgs it"
since 1949 'and was 82 years ol
at the time of ber deaths .,''','

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Of4, Ara b-israbh erusalem
broken every 50 yardi by an emp- It'was a sadly accurate piophe-,
ty slit' built to bold rgum ; .,. sy: Five times since his death, t e
Christ told the women of Jerus- city has been beseiged, ceptur d,
1
kern as he dragged himself upland sackedtwice by the Roma s,
the slopes of Calvary to "weeo not' then by the Moslems, by the Cra-1
for me but for your children." seders and by the Persian4' li k
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soldiers.", , , to be taken of the killing o a man i ', l',...,-
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' had been ,4'decisively beaten"' and charged with ripe.: 1, ''','- ;s4., ,' '''''i'''''.7!''''''''f''''''''s ',27 '-'"'"'"""1"21'''''''''r.'""""'"--,-4",'""'-t"'"ts."""-ww-''''----mo,,,, ,-,,,('-,1", -,
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Sierra Maestra Mountains w I t h enee' '''',- , ,, ! 1 REBELS TIGIITEIV HOLD IN CUBA --'-' Hebel forces of Fidef, Castro assemble at Sierra Mites.,
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the Iregulars in hot pursuit. Nei- ,--
pirkup 4th pgh: DesPite the, ,et., tra, Oriente province, CubaTa few hOurs befOre a hit4nd-run attack .on a government patrol
ther side made any, claimi about post. The rebels were rePorted to have tightened their hold On :Oriente, disrupting trans.' Y
, 'the action Stmday and it was gen- Despite the tension-. pervading
, ,erallr believed that Castro :still the ,city,. Churches were fiiled for' Pgrtat,1911 141d communications and cutting 011;loo supplies. to many cities. ; ',' 7.. -4
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The governmen't last week au- 22J,
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' tl r',.-11 t'-e flow o' -O!"sti-rs to 1 Or-rge Row ,. stadium in ,Miami- Thy Stine," and -the Halleluiah
Chorus from Handel's "Messiah:" y to ,deliver to ex-Queen Sorayav
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itis,t apparentitis,t m,ake-thein walk out or. even 41,1' leader Fidel Castro is carry,.
terfered with their work. .,,,. ing it chicken giveil td him ',
Y stoppage, Minister of ,Labor 3 ,f actumbear:Etsri e Jars t rSoi.earnrda, .;
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. e'r"-Ars and er400r su,-rise vv.,- 1 Ore of the .most unusual tell- ,,,, Suarez Rivas ., today issued a through tiut, towri. 'The rebelS
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- 1,7,--. '' i oicrs services' was held atop the Neil A Branstetter., supervisor ide him with an heir. i statement reiterating labor's right are increasing military '', and
, ,..ne scrst1;7,rn ',plains and part of -.11,300-foot Ajax Mountain .near flt the department of music' in ', Details of the divorce settleme'nt to.,organize. TI statement, said sabotage operationsin Orien-
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i il-1 0,rtli ,rd soutwe'l were ; Asneo,'-' Colo4 and attended by tbe Canal 7one schools, conduct- have 'not been innounced. the freedom to organize ,is an in- te Province, !. .' , .- - ;.
, -abort thA en 4 areas to escane !Irore than 100 skiers who hit the ed the choir; Prof, Hans Jam- Soraya is expected to be Dermii- alienable right o' workers "after
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? alatnri'd itto tin,-,r ITichigan. I run' to' breakfast. 1 1,,,A,,t 01.1,4 'lard gitylVin la Triatz- hilt will ha farhithlaa 4a 1,.. ih., been eliminated. ; f -ArnTril Norvires

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eri. Rossi, 49-vear-old Amerieen. re-' Correspondent, Robert Taber re, tal, will be held tomorrowmor 4
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'. a Hollingiworth :read seven-year royal marriage.' ,.,. "The, Last Time' I Saw Paris, and sident'of Pename City, who died ported today front Saritiago, Cube, hie at 10 ean; at Corozal Cem -I'
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April ,11, 'LIP) There is little uo in this city since' Israel's birth the new highway from -.; AmMan. ty 'slit' built to hold':gitit; .. ; .., sy: Five times since his death, t e ,'
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