The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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- The Canal Zone Junior College will admit 10 et 22 ap-
plicants who took on entrance examinations last week, it was
announced yesterday from the office of the Superintendent of
,Schools. -
These 10 stildents were those who made the highest scores
and Include two graduates of the Canal Zone Latin American
I High Schools, three from secondary schools in Tanami, and
; five from Balboa High School. '-
Many of the other 12 candidates for admission to the
ZOne JUIttiOr College bad acceptable scores, it was an-
nounced, but cannot be admitted this year because of lack of
. space. To admit more than the ten with the highest scores
would raise the pnpil-teacher ratio beyond that permitted by
the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary
, Selk001S, by which the Canal Zone Junior College is accredited.
" lAtteri were being mailed this week to the successful and
- unsuccessful candidates:, f'
, The successful candidates as announced by the Superin-'4
tendent of Schoolt wert Marcel Belanger, of San Jcise School
in Coln; Wilfred Sinclair, of La Boca High School; Leonard
Beckford, of Abel Bravo School in Coln; Marta de la Rosa,
- of the ran American Institute of Panami, Arlene Baxter, of
Paraiso High School; and the following graduates of Balboa
High School, Elaine Maduro, Cesar Kiamco, William Henry
Svab, Edgar Ameglio, and Victor ,
' The Canal Zone- Junior CUllege entranCe examinations
are held early each year so that those students who fail to
qualify may make arrangements to enter other schools in the
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, Two- night-time burglarr
ransacked an Al le011 residence
occupants, Mr.' and -Mrs.
Lockridge, were asleep,
received the .stiffes, peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary sentences given tovty
during'the calling.of the -crit
niinal docket in U.. 8. District
Court at Ancdri. :
' Both' burglars pleaded ,guilty.
EMptlaSing that ,this type of
-' theft while ,people' are' 'a 'a'
' 'a' sleep In their own homes 40 is
the most dangtrous thing that
CPT1 i ippen to peoplet,District
J..dge'Guthrie Crowe
imposed a- toui-year peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary ,...,entence on Btiltiagcp Ji Jintrez,..a
ntrez,..a Jintrez,..a 2,9-year-old Panama,-,
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lesser sentence or f 18
'titunths at haid labor waS niet
icd out to his partner-in-crime,
lienriquez, 21, who ap ap'parently
'parently ap'parently just happened to get
,into "bad company," t0110Wing
an argument at home.
- The pair entered house 551,
Ancon litoulevard at 2 a.m.
ort March 18 by using heavy
hedge shears to cut tho
, louvret from a window of at
the ear. They then reached.
through and cut a screen ot
gain entrance into the dark-,
. ened house., '
r According to Assistart
trict Attorney Morton l'hom l'homson,
son, l'homson, the defendantvthert. ran ransacked
sacked ransacked the entir ehOuse, includ includ,
, includ, ing tYlo bedroom in Which the
' Lockridges were sleepinc They
gathered wrist, watches, jewel-,
ry,, eyeglasses, bottles' of li-1
quora and, champagne, 'J.. and
, some silver plate worth a total
, of .$220. But, just as one of the
men was leaving the' bedroom,
Strs. Lockridge was awakened. I
T'hinking that' the dark fig figore
ore figore Was her husband she call-1
ed out to him, but when the
burglar fled, she turned on the
lights. and discovered her hus hus,
, hus, band asleep in an adjoining
bed.
Thq couple ialled 'Canal
Zone Irolice who managed to
' catch the burglars before'
they left the Zone'.
It "was brought Out In court
that who hits no
' previous criminalrecord, had
, been, sleepini. in car' Oallways
:, and strEet In Pan"atua City
, since he left home on, Match
12 following an argument with
his father. '
He said his father refused to
pay him for work d ine on, a
?arm,' so he ran away from

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I sin gtillty on all seven Countse
said' a dark, curly-haired Pana-manian
defendant today U. S.
District Uourt at Ancon where he
faced charges of grand larceny in
volving the theft of autdmobilei.
, Quintin Gonzalez, who appeared
in court' in an unpressed yellow,
shirt and patchy leans, led Canal
Zone and Panama police in a 12001
inph chase. last February before
he was captured at gunpoint at the'
Sabanita checkpoint driving a stol stol,
, stol, Today in court he surprised ev even
en even rhis Public Defender, William
J. Sheridan, Jr. who had stated
eirlier that Gonzalez would enter
different pleas to the different
,
The eases against Gonzalez were
e imipd tor sentencing on Thors
Iic is clidrized -with stealing
r -S from residents of Ancon, Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, Cocoli and Paraiso, all within
tne month of February.

ears;

tome and has had nN 'fixed
L1 1
residence since. ,
Jimenez, who, Isis had
many convictions in t'anama
,City, all of which 'involved
1,hefts, was also listed as tins!.
employed. 0
'In presenting the' younger
marf$ case, 'Public Defender'
, William Sheridan, Jr. stress stressed,the
ed,the stressed,the fact that Henriquez had
preyloutVecord,' Ind appa apparently
rently apparently just,,gqt into baa corn corn1
1 corn1 pany. ;
He askd 'the Court' give
him an oppoEtuN'ty, to' mend
his ways. ,
Judge '''Cro..4, oat
that in: tte errience
courts, it ,wast extrt an angerous
gerous angerous -to pers e awak awakened
ened awakened at' m while asleep in
their own homes; that this
frequently ,causes great per perFonal
Fonal perFonal injury ;!. and sometimes
death. r
'In acting n the District At Attorney's
torney's Attorney's recornmendatlon Crowe
remarked he felt it WU "quite
fentent," considering the cir circumstancEl
cumstancEl circumstancEl Of the case.

Senlence 01 1101:41
Burglar Susp3nded

,' A y0uth who doesn't ''know
where or wben he via born, to today
day today got oft with a suspended
sentence lila, Bb' District Court
at Ancon where he was found,
guilty of burglarizing a Balboa
resident's storeroom,
Jose A. Villanueva, the' four fourfclot
fclot fourfclot tall clefendant claimed he
u as "approximately" 19, but
didn't know where he was born
or the exact date of birth,

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At. Balboa Heigllts
The P'acifie Civil Council w i II
hold its regular monthly meeting
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the board
room of the Admintstration,lAiild Admintstration,lAiildThe
The Admintstration,lAiildThe public in general is invited
to attend., '

DESIGNS PLANT EQUIPMENT
NEW YORK (IIP) -- Burns &
Roe Inc, Monday announced vit
will design, manufacturing facili facilities
ties facilities for W. R. Grace & Co.. in
Puerto Rico for the production of
ultra-high-purity elemental silicon.
iThe p'ant wdi be erected by the
Puerto Rico Industrial Develop Development
ment Development Co., according to the 'an 'announcement.
nouncement. 'announcement.

SGT. HATClip
AGAIrl PREXY

OF COPS UT:1011

At an unprecedented Meet Meeting
ing Meeting 'of the AFGE POlice Lodge
1798 yesterday, Sgt. James L
Hatcher was almost UnaninIOUS UnaninIOUSly
ly UnaninIOUSly re-elected president.
Hatcher- is now in Washint Washintton
ton Washintton fighting his dismissal, last
month from the Canal Zone
police force.
Of the 55 Members present,
52 voted for 'Hatcher, the. re remaining
maining remaining three abstained from
voting. ,
The ,election lwas held at
Cristobal.

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BRUSSELS, April 8 CUP) --A
miniature Iron Curtain of secre secrecy
cy secrecy was clamped around the Rus Russian
sian Russian World Fair pavilion here tO tOday
day tOday in the mystery-"shooting" of
a Russian guard in what a doc doctor
tor doctor said looked like "a duel.",
t- Belgian police imPosed their
own total blackout on the death
of Nicola! Solotowski, a-member
of the staff of the Russian lair
bavilion. Russian Embassy and
World Fair officials tersely said
thete WaS no myste'ry to explain.
Conflicting reports about Solo Solotowsid's
towsid's Solotowsid's death on April r were
left hanging in jrtid-air,

1Th 'Russian' Embasst t
ed So otowskl WAS an vigineer,-
and thahe died from, heart
: attack,,
Doctors at )3rugmann,j,hospl )3rugmann,j,hospltal,S1,There
tal,S1,There )3rugmann,j,hospltal,S1,There the man was treated.
said: he died front ,a, gtinshot
,Wourkd in the, headL
r hospitsl:recr,irds' showing
1 tua Lien lie
l'wss admitied were removed
police. They zefuselk to release
them t the press. A
I A furth,er mysteryi just as com complete,
plete, complete, surrounded a ,second Man
reportediv wounded in the inci incident
dent incident in' the immense glass 'and
I steel r.rectangle of Russia's fair
,

Hospital authorities said a sec second
ond second man was treated for a gun gunshot
shot gunshot wound in the hand 'the
same day Solotowski died.
The Russian Embassy said the
second man "does not exist be because
cause because there was no shooting."
Furthermore, informed sourees
here said Russian guards at the
pavilion had been armedunlike
American. marines guarding 'the
atomic reactorbut have been.
relieved of their weapons follow following
ing following the :"accident." t
Fair authorities today issued
.61 communioue which said am-,
biguouslY, "there are no arm4
ed guards at the Russian pavi pavilion."'
lion."' pavilion."' They refused, to eiabor

With the Belgian pcgice main maintaining
taining maintaining strict silence. ar!d

WA loLiV W.,Aal,V 140t, W, 1JIL 1 L.. F.
'' public Defender William 3.' RUSSian EMbaS,Sy and Pair dn.-
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Sheridan,' Jr., remarked of the cials issuing onl,y terse state statetnly
tnly statetnly youth: ,, merits, most,.of the information
''The light burns very dimly about Solotowski s death came
in 'him '' , ,, , !roil', doctors, at BragMann hos hos.,
., hos.,
An 18-month sentence sus- pital here.' I ,
pended for -a period of five ----------7
years was imposed on Villanue- r
va who was charged with first 0
degree burglary. Xt -involved the (Ise, Of Soldier' '-,
theft Gf two hammers, an elec elec'trio
'trio elec'trio iron and a pair of bathing Clr' rl i e:d.. Wi tdhlta Re
trunks from underneath house Is Continue .,
0855-A. in Balboa.. The stolen s. ,'
items, which have been..recov-
ered, were lying
under the house,
in a storerooni
F oT hr t e Acma saedoort,saold2Oie -r yec at Ira -r go el dd
with rape was continued today
, He said he had' made plans in 1.1., S. District Court 'at An Anon
on Anon 'ItlarCh 10,' ,the day before con until Friday 'morning.- ,,,-.
the burglary,- with another The defendant, Sp3 JOseph
friend to enter the Canal Zone
to get "something Of value u. s. Army Caribbean, appear appearW.
W. appearW. Fisher el Ho., Detachment,
which they could ,convert to ed in court todaY
money. ,, sporting an
.' '' ' Elvir; Presley haircut.
Villanueva, whe has had one lie is chattel with raPina a
previouS conviction of ., pe tit p:Inf 'mania1 girl on Bruj a
larceny, said he lived in rtrk.'d on Feo. I. Thrce Army
Shantytown on' the' Trans-Isth- otrii trs, app vept1 intemied
mian Highway. He pleaded in 1,im case, bat in court until
guilty to the charge., 4 vas' ordetod Continued.

'rhe case of a 20 year ;; old
Fort Amador soldier charged
with rape was' continued today
in S. District Court 'at. An Ancon
con Ancon until Friday morninv morninv,The
,The morninv,The dOendant, Sp3 Joseph
W. Fisher of Ho., Detachment,
S.' Army Caribbean, appear appeared
ed appeared in court today aporting an
Elvir; Presley haircut.
lie 18 chattel with raping a
, girl Bruj a
on Fell 1, Three Army
offii trs, app reptl intemied
in 1,im ease, bat in court until
it was' ordered tontinued.

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, :NEW YORK April' 8 WP)
1 w I've seen a lot of things in New
neeling York's great showcase Coliseum,
e board but I never expected to be intro intro03uild
03uild intro03uild duced to an $18,000 Rolls-Royce
that makes up into a double bed.
invitea 1 This is absolutely on the level.
4' The thing has seats that fold in
directions. Single beds, double
MENT beci", 'lounging ,chairs. You fold
arils & the back seats forward and the
Iced vit whole back section' becomes an
facili- exterision of the luggage cornT
Co.. In partrrant space for 15 suitcases.'
ction of Its ,,glass r partition between
silicon. t'ront and back seats is detach detachby
by detachby the able, in case youwant -to- get
)eyelop- ahummy with the chauffeur.
Vie 'an- This Rolls is also the most ex ex-
- ex- pensive catch-all ever built. It

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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1958

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MOLLYWOOD, April' 8 (UV
-- Glamorous. Lana Turne ;was
reported r'ira :"a ;,very : bad way".
today at --' her ',, Beverly Hills
home ft:0M the stress- of the
slaxing of -.handsome Johnny
Stoinpanato, 32, 'by her ,14-yearold.'daughter,
Cheryl..
' The blonde, :,,,deeply-tanned
actress sobbed yesterday short shortly
ly shortly after presiding- Judge Donald
A. Odell of JUVertile Court rul ruled
ed ruled Cheryl must remain confin confined
ed confined for th butcher-knife slay slaying
ing slaying of her ,: mother's lover, Fri.!
day night.A-,
' Her agent,' Glenn Itoe,,'said
the actress vas ,.thot -holding
up well at all", under, the pres-,
sure and had been. placed :un-,
der sedatives. 2, ..2
- AShe's in- a very bad waY,"
Rose ''!That's all ru. can
len listened to ,A attorneys
representing : :the actreas and
the Orr!' father,' restaurateur
Stephen Crane, and then ruled
she wait. stay in Juvalle ,Hall
until ia pre-detenWn. hearing
April 24 in nearby Santa Mo Mo,
, Mo, The jurist said he ,thought,,
at was in the girl's interebt
' to keep' her' away from the
storm -of publicity about the,-
' knifing of Stompanato, : for...,
sner,' bodyguard in tb,e gang
of :exomobster Mickey 1.,Cohelia
, Cheryl plunged, a razOmharp,
tutcher knife nito Stompana Stompanato's
to's Stompanato's abdomen' last, Friday night
during an argument, ,between
Misat Turner' ,and the, good-lookco-Marine
, Yy. s,
'"", d pone-she Arr.A1;
afraid cirpanato woult make
'good his threats to disfigurel
tor beautifut Mother.
A Meanwrile, the brother of the
mobster': gigolo' ..,,lemanded a'
"complete!, official, : investiga investigation
tion investigation 4: the ,slaying 'to determine I
whether ,the actis or r herl
child' had been. hi atrtg 'any in-1
,,

'AILY NEVIS7,!.7:2

ISCEMGM

CArmii,e Storticatato Lel
his demur d .to Atty. Mi..,
liam McKesson,1 who bad block blocked
ed blocked Miss Turner's efforts to sin
release of 14-year-old Cneryl
Crane in bail pending a hear hearing
ing hearing of the case.
Stompanato said he was ''not
bitter at Miss Turner of the
girl" for the death of ,32-yearold
Stompanato in the actress'
pink, carpeted Oeverly Hills
bbudoir.- ,
, questio'ned whether ear earlier
lier earlier treatment ,might Pate
Saved his brother's life, de
--spite a medical examiner's
report, that appar Intly noth.'
frig could hay) been done to
Trevent the victim ,-from
bleeding to death.'
''They must have something,
to hide, or they,weuldn't have'
gutten' Gicsicr to tiefenri them."
t1.1 brother ;5;14, He referre4
to. ''.;vrry Gitt.11e,t, o-otstan,-,,ing
lirl),wood cr minal lawyer,. wile
We called into the case Friday
night right after,' the slaying
and Itrunediately labeled it
"justifiable homicidfi."
Stompanato went, to see the
district attorney k 9,,,fter
disclosed the. results of ques questioning'
tioning' questioning' Miss Turner duringi the
week encl.', They quoted ber es
saying. that her- international
romance with the swarthy Ado Adonis
nis Adonis flourishEd on thel fortune
she built asrHollywood's orig original
inal original sweater ,
,Dr Frederick Newbatr, chief
pathologist, fort the. goioner'S
office, 'said -in; a preliminary
autopsy report- stompana
tO died Om- te Istab
wound in the abdamen,,, that
penetrated-',, the oliver,1 portal
vein and aorta, causidg mas mas'Sive
'Sive mas'Sive bleeding. t ,r ,r"All
"All ,r"All soft tis,sue was penetrat penetrated,
ed, penetrated, Death probably took Place
very rapidly," .Newbarr said.
,fiTn0 'biggest blood vessel in the
t0d3r being cut would make
rapidt

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FAREWELL SOLO. Charles (Cootie) Wilfiams plays W. C.
Handy's favorite hymn, "Holy City," at the compooer's funeral
in New ItoritMore, than 150,00 persons lined the streets of
Harlem'to pay.their last tributO. to. tbe. titIler of the blues"
Handy, 84,. tiled last .week of ,pneurrginbLi

tric razor, picnic table, espresso
coffee maker with ,. butane gas
stove, searinglcit, mineral water
cabinet, and Scores of other nee
essities. , ,
;, As you may have guessed, the
Xoternational Automobile show
Is in full throttle at the C011-,'
seum this week.: On the first
floor alone, yoU ere greeted bY
the great names of Skodai.'
Simca, Vespa, Malco, Volkswa.
gon, Citroen, Mercedes-Benz,
Studebaker, and Packard. , a'
There are tiny buglike cars
from foreign climes; big four foureyed
eyed foureyed blunderbusses from America;-
cars blooming with. garde
of gadgetry s and chrome; cars
, with a sack-dress look, r
' There is a Citroen (the prideof

body and e, sort of leopard up
holstery and a front end that
looks remarkably like a bullfrog
eeys and a wide, shovel
snout and mouth. A spare tire
fits under the point of the snout.
Hard by the Citroen show is
its subsidiary make, panhard:- It
features a "Dyna", model whose
front wheels are driven 'by a
two-cylinder engine--52 horse horsepoWer,
poWer, horsepoWer, aluminum, air-cooled, and
Dan-caked in design so that the
two cylinders operate horizontal horizontally
ly horizontally instead of being Upright or jn
a V. It has a tested top speed of
87 mv.h., cruises at 10, gets 4c 4canting
anting 4canting to the Frenchman I
spoke with) 40 tO 42 'miles to the
gallon. ,

71.1-1;e-e English the only, toi-Go-r-e-:-

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"Leath in my opinion was in
a ni,tter 11 minutes.' I,
Ii..:t said Ingo doctors' tailed
0 Leo Tur,or, house after the
4tAllilng cou,.1' wet lvte rirrilo.
ed I:: time to save ,the dying
man's life.,, ' ; : ,,,',t
' Stompanato's, body was re releabed
leabed releabed to his brother, who
flew here to return the re-,
mains to Woodstoe;t, W. iA
,tuneral service will be held
tomorrow, followed by burial,
near the grave of Stomp:v.
rato's father in 'Oakland, Ces
metery. ', ' ''' ',. ,
. While Migg Turner's daugh-1
tor was he.cl without bail in
the Los Angeles Juvenilb Hall,
where Juvenile delinquents are
eetained, the, actre3s told Pa Palice
lice Palice about her romance wit:i
, torupanato,, , ',
, Miss ,Turner said that it Wag
Fhei rather than Stompanato,
who paid for his pursuit, of her,.
On his body after 'he died,' po police
lice police found a picture of Lana
1 inseribed in spanish"For 4tohn 4tohnhy,
hy, 4tohnhy, iny ,,love and my life." It
was- signed Manita,", ' I

Suscended 'Term For
Reckless Chulleur
Who Hirt Pisienilir
A Capir '134,41 ilrh'ter whose
reckless driving caused serious
injuries to a boy on hts bus,' was
sentenced today,la, u.s. District
Court at, Ancon' to one year" in,
jail which was suspended for two
years 'ow 'condition that he pay
the inJured boy's hosPital
Thetase of a second bun driv
er, Alfredo marin, who Is charged
With,. involuntary manslaughter
following the Oeath of four, of
the netsengers 'riding ieh's bps
when it crashed into.a, tree. was
passed to friday for plea.
,
The Captra driver,, Manuel C.
Argruelleft an,' was charered today
with,,driving f, a motor 'f'OhiPle
recklessiv' causing great bOdilY
inthrY.. He pleaded puiltv,4, ,.
,He was drtving a bps from Ca.'
pira' into Panama City'at noon
on March9, when he crashed in into
to into another ttus COrri",P in the op opposite
posite opposite direction. Marto 1:V3rio7P1,
a seven-year-old passenger re received
ceived received two Penetratino chest epd
bact wounAs
, inch laceration or hit liver, as ft
retPltof the strident.
'' It wps brought opt in. enurt
that Asa,,of an unpsiA ,V17,110s ,V17,110spital
pital ,V17,110spital hill was Pelvencect by one of
thP borl relAtives:
In meting' opt a suenendeA sen-1
tenee.tedev, Pistript Court Jurist
'Guthrie 'F. Crowe imnoted
goneitions of obem,mcp ta
the laws of Panama 0,1,1 Ole. ca carpi
rpi carpi ozone, And a Mnrithly report
tO the Probation offloor. Tn
dition', the Jurloe &dared Arguel-'
le's to repay the relative P50. and
to pay up the GOrgaa Hospital
Defense attorne Woodrow de
Castro heartily concurred in the
recommendation' of Assistant
District Attorney Mmton Thomp Thompson
son Thompson on which the'Judge acted.'

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Local flaa Vessel,
DI ,'
'De's rr'n'un-di,
On DutCli'Dike,1::
FLUSHING. Holland, April 8
(UP).--The 7218-ton Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian freighter "Despina" ran
aground on a dike in the out outer
er outer harbor of Flushing today.
Harbor officials said the. ship
haAl not wkited for asistance
of ,a tug and had tried to
maneuver into 'the harbor
Ltler her own power.

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eign language I speak with any
fluency, gravitated to the hal hallowed
lowed hallowed Rolls-Royce b a i liwick,
where I fell in with Harold Rad Radford,
ford, Radford, head of Radford Coach
Builders, Ltd., who dreamed uP
the aforementioned till-purpose
Rolls model, Be took me on a
guided tour of his creation, and
believe me it took all morning.
He' has taken the standard
five-passenger, $13,550 Bells
and added radaptations" that
bring his Countryman model to
$17,716, f.o.b. New York. ,
He has used every bit of space
available. All the doors have
lockers in them, holding flasks,
Oasses, wash basins, soap, towel,
first-aid kit:Ice-cube thermos,
camera, field glasses, and lots

expert, Harold Bee ley.

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'PARISI April 8 ,(UP).--Two
Months ago this, morning, 25
French Air Force planes bomb bombed
ed bombed the tiny Tunisian village of
Saidet Youssef and. caused
a d3.1omatiz. and political ex exptvon
ptvon exptvon that is shakintr France
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1 1-,WASIIINGTON, April 8 (UP) -L4 President ,Eisenhow- 1
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ning banning production of atomic weapons. He Proposed that nu-
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clear materials be manufactured -"only for peaceful' purT
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- The President renewed the U.S. disarmament pro,
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posal in a note to Soviet Premier Nikite Khrushchev. --
The President said if Russia is a's ,Hpeace-loving aiit 1
professei$ it should surely want to bring 'about aneinter.,
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nationally supervised diversion of nucleai material from
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weapons,purposes to peace purposes. :,, , ,..,,,,,
.,. Referring to Khrushchev's-April 4 le.ttei..asking'fiii:a t,
aispenvion of nucleer testing', the President ;lick. -,'"1,' 1
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Iconciuded a series of tests of unprecedented intensity
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should now, in. bold headlines,' say that tt wilynot test a again,lut
gain,lut again,lut add is small type, that it may test again if the
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United States carries eut its 1,Iready long-annoui4id and
now imminent ser:Cs of tests, ,t .' ', ,. ,
f H4 brushed aside Ithtush-'1he 44defensive rathir. than the
chex's statements and 4tote- of 1 effensive" weapons ., and to
last 1,Friday Proposing "op .1m- I leern boVe'.. to "mrtirpic", n114,
mediate halt to8 nuclear test citar- fallout, H,,----.., ' ,,
explosiens. ,,,,, -A ''' '''''4'' '4' ''' ft '''''''t it ,, 1 ''tt r--
' 'The. President Saigi illti "Uri-. "It goeft-ifithPut'siying," the
1 pre,eeenra,Imd; t,ulle,c.n:et.ds,,,,t,sto, h af at, I's ..,:ahs,,eyt. ,11.;e::017,nlitli op,...t. 11
States is' concerned, are sO 1
Ing,' wording, and, manner" of President said, 'that these ex exhthuet
hthuet exhthuet $roavisioet,:tiJuleecsiuoarantsiotalia'etaonni.ots,t,lect
it.998Iin'siTlisktinic;1111;!euts"slato-''Itl'e.eePt aPPreciPtlir a f t e e t humola
i bp oi 1 a.,1"autiii rnp9531' ,ert'hpeettlior,:s'idpernoi
,vaid the "heart oU the nit- '" He 'recalled the Joint de decker
cker decker problem is not the niere claration made by' the Unit Unittesting
testing Unittesting of weapons, but, the ', cd K1ngdont -and tbe United
weapons themselves." -. ' States in Bermuda on, March
, He, said ,if weapons are deL :24,, 1957. He said the two
pendably dealt with,1 'then it countries declared that theY'''
is natural, kto suspend ,;,.thelr tumid conduct, nuclear,' testa
testing." '9'' , ,', onlY- In such a manner, is
- But he said Russia "continueS would keep world tadta.lon
to reject the concept of an in- from 'rising to more ,than a
ternationally supervised Pro- "small fraition ,el the levels
gram to end weapons produc- -, that -might 'be hazardous."
ton and to reduce wesporis . ? ,. -,
docks.tp .,. ,.., ,, ,,-,1. !, Be said' the pint VeaaratIon
Viseritiower also urged, also pledged the two countrieS
Khrushchev to acept the open to 9 continue' publicly annotinc- ''
skies" disarmament-inspection ing test' eeriest well in, advance
plan, first ,proposed Joy. Eisen. el their ,occerrence -Ltd ex-.
hower in 1055, and the recent Pressed a 'willingness Jo permit
U.S. proposal to ban space war- lirnited international observa,-
?are. .. ,, ,.. bon of such ; tests 'If RUO3111
The White House sold the Would do the salaintee.a-:, s-elles or,
note .N2,3 cleared with the 'T '''' '''' ' '' ) ,' o'.. '
North Athintic Treaty allies.' It Russia, he said; 'Ids neer
was delivered to the Kremlin responded to, that invitation:9
this morning. '. ., ..' ,, -, ', , o t 4, 4,
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hower said, is trying to develop, 9viet testa wag tonfif A ,,

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ing test, series, well advance
el their ,occtirrence Ltd ex-,
pressed willingness Jo permit
limited tnternational observa observation
tion observation of Snell ; tests 'If R1103111
Would do the same.- ,
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responded to, that invitation."
Ile rattle the lateae 'series of
Soviet tests was Conducted
hind a cloak of sectary, so far ;
as the Soviet tTnion could make
it so.", Nevertheless, he, said,
the United 'States still intends
to Invite 'observation -ay the
United, Nations "of "'certain" of
the forthcoming testi' at the
ruld-Pacitic proving grounds.
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WASIIINtTOTNI, April 8 (Ur)
Government officials said today
unemployment rose 25,000 in
March to its highest point in 16'41
years-- 5,198,000. But the increase
was 'the smallest since the current
recession last fall.,.

;:dis the smallest since. the current
'.here arc widespread Indira- Cur-- a,I38,000. But -the -in-c-re-aws;
tal,(t.ins,sntihntal, jeceeniwthisoslienianftalaitr.. ce,15s,ion last tal,. ,
noticed for weeks, about to' ex-, .1t. sits, down considerably from
plode into,the open once agalli. the 700,000 jump in February and
Diplomats in' Tunis and Paris the one miltion-plui rise in J
bpealsi se ev de iltebsatotneitt ,hhaass ',bbeeeenn uaTrbyl.g ;11,a'rp ioblaensi
marked by 'failure., 1 rale; plus el pickup in spring out out,
, out, They believe that eightt weeks door work, led to the first increase
after the 'bombing, the Situa- since, last October to the total
tion is exactly where it was at number of Americans working.
noon on Saturday, Feb. (1,, when Employment, officials said(rose
the Tunisians surveyed ,the by about 300,000 last month to ap- (
Ituins Sakiet' and counted iproximately 62,288,000. The
more than z 70 (lead bodies og 'for October was 66 Million. In Ju
imen,' women, and children. ly, just, before the recession be beThere
There beThere 'is even a -Chance that gan, it was a record 67,200,000.
the whole Issue may be tossed The Labor Department as
back to the United Nations, scheduldd to formally AinnOtinee
where it was immediately after the statistics on last month's iot)
the' bombing in complaints VI- picture at noon. Secretary of Lai
ed by, France and Tunisia a- or James P. Mitchell planned to
gainst each' other. These were issue a statement later on the fig
postponed, but never tires.
drawn, to give Anglo-American 1Viitchell was expected to bail the
mediation, a chance to, work. improved, employment situation as
, The two men who know most a sign that the recession is easinle
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have- said .virtually nothing. President Eisenhower said Mar(11
They are U.S. Deputy Under 26 be belieVed we are goinT thrt
Secretary of State Robert-Mu. the west of it right now." A-I
phy and British Foreign Office Mitchell has predicted s
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expert, Harold "Seeley. economig 111,tita by ILL!,

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1 7 ' ..--- .i --, '- ing 'of the AFGE Police Lodge ,,, , . ' ' ',;, : ' ' ... r.' -
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'- -- The Canal Zone Junior College will admit 10 Of 22 ap-
Hatcher was almost UnrliltIOUS - 1 ' ' "' ,,, ,, i : ........,. 0 ......... ' ,
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li. ; five from Balboa High School. ; i 1.- 52 voted for 'Hatcher the, re- .
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P',,d' ' ''''' Canal Zone illitior College bad acceptable scores, it was an--
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e ,e ec on Vas eld' at MOLLYWOOD, April 8 MP) CArni,h,e Storntatato Lel "Leath in my opmlon was in : , -',
space. To admit more than the ten with the highest scores Cristobal. --- Glamorous Lana Turne ;was his demur d .to Di.: Atty. Wil-.1 a 104tter of minutes.' - a ,, ,, I ,, , , , ..
, , would raise the papil-teacher ratio beyond that permitted bY , reported 'in '"a ,very bad waY'' ham McKesson.1 wh0 had bloc 1i,, said tri,i4 octors called 1
- : -, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary ., , today at her -Beverly Hills ed Miss Turner's efforts to win 0 Leo Tur.i.w,, house after the ,., I i xpnewec
,' ,,,,, ichools, by which the Canal Zone Junior College is accredited. ,, '. home from the' stress- of ,. the release of 14-year-old Cneryl -4.1113lng cothd- not, have arrno -,, ., .., ,, e, . .
' - Letteri were being mailed this week to the successful and r s air ., slatng of handsome Johnny Crane in bail pending a hear- ed I.': time to save thc :dying ,- . , , i -,-.,:,
, . unsuccessful candidates.) -. f ': ',' ,. ' '-: ''''' ''' USSe - ', ''', St panatO, 32, by her 14-year- ing of the eaae. '-, , k' Inan's llfe.,, ,' ; '. ,, ,t : :, : :. :. , , .... ) ..r, , ,.
The successful candidates as announced by the Superin-', .. , - old 'daughter; -Cheryl. ',-- Stompanato said he was ''not Stompanato's, body was re- j, -,, : I .., 'k , ; ',' : .., ,, ,
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in N 0 ' The-, blonde, '-, deeply-tanned hitter at Miss 'Tprner of 'the leased to -, his brother, who
1 '-' .. in Coln;- Wilfred Sinclair, of La Boca High School; ,Leonard actress sobbed yesterday short- girl"' for the death of ,32-year- flew here to return the re.. I in r: I
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tery. of s', ly after presiding Judge,DOnald old Stompanato In the actress' mains to Woodstoe, Ill. ili '0 II Lie ki.;
- of the Pan American Institute of Panami Arlene Baxter, of .,, .
, -''. Para's() High School; and the following graduates of Balboa ,'.
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- ,,' High School, Elaine Maduro, Cesar Kiamco, William Henry A. ()dell of JUVenile Court rul pink carpeted Beverly Hills toumneorrarlows,erflolicleoli. wedillbybebuhrelladi ,,,,i, ,,1 , ,. ,... ,., .,. 1 .,. ,,.. ,.: :... ,, . .r.,,,,
,!..r- '' '' : ed Cheryl must remain confin- hbudoir,- , ,, ',,!, ,
near the grave of Stompa- ',' .,, , , . , ...,
- Svab, Edgar Ameglio, and Victor Avlia.. .. r:. ." ussian les'
, , ed for the butcher-knife slay- ,- ,He questioned whether car caring
ing caring of her ra6ther's 13:Iver Fri- "er treatment ,might pate ratO's father, tit 'oakland, ces ,. s ,s111GToN''', A' pril 8' itip)'...7.,:'ire'isid;,n' t-',Eise.n"'ho'w- 'I.
The Canal Zone- Junior Cellege entranee examinations .. , ..
held early each year so that those students who fail to -:, s. ,',
, ) are daY night', ,'. t , Saved his brothera life,: de nietery. -- ,' ', ,,,, ,.
in ung d ction of atomic weapon's He Proposed that nu nu.'
.' nu.' : ''. Her agent,' Glenn Rose; said --spite : a medical examiner's While Mi3S Turnees dough.). 1- :,AiptA0
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the needle into the Gringos agaln barring the Diablo Camera
Clubs fans from taking their long-planned Easter weekend trip
And what a trumped-up excuse! One section of the Ministry
04-aerliti
of ment and Justice (did I say justice?) gives the green
light to arty of 33; next thing you know, another branch
says "go on, Me; no flying for you today.
' Even if theacuse is founded on the revocation of a; pliot's
license (which I don't for a minute believe), what ldnd of a
2 system. must they hava to invalidate a license and not even
let the pilot know he's lost it? ,
The whole ,thing might be laughable if it were 'not for the
genuine misery suffered by many of the people who had planned
on this holiday; '- '''
',' Imagine, if you can, paying your way to TOcUmen in the
wee small hours of the morning, having forked out down payment
9n the trip and hotel 'reservations; having arranged for you;
maid ,to stay with the kids (at considerable extra expense) t
having solved your food problem sO that there couldn't be enough
extra food In the house for two more people for three days
only to be told at the Ilth hour that some flunky had arbitrarily
decided you'd better stay home and tend to' your knitting.
, Wish I were head 'of the Caribbean Air Command. 'I'd have
put an Albrook plane at the disposal of these disappointed folks
and given Iem a break, ,
, , - , Disgusted

1 FT.-1E0.11BR COMMISSARY,

; 'This Is to inforni the public at large (and the patrons of Ft.
, 'Cobbs Comreimery in particular) that there ill a great volume
Orimnecessary and malicious gossip circulating around and a about
bout about concerning trte operation Of the food emporium known as
the Fort Kobbe Commissary. 7 '''' V ', ''''' ,' ' ,- ,
, This gossip hu been particularly strong this week, in view
, of certain events, and the patrons have been using strong and
1, harsh language toward the management and operation of this
-: worthy establishment.. '. .,-, - ,,
'The only purpose of this-letter is to try, in ray small way,
to correct certain warped stories and assumptions so that the
:good name of the Ft. Kobbe Commissary will not be smeared.
The crux of the trouble, it is said, is the fact that the hours
had been irregular last week-The schedule week was not Much
' different from any other week,' so why the complaint? It will
, bear a little examination though, to see if there is any just
, cause for these harsh words. ,,,t ;' ',,
, Army,pay-day was Monday;14arch 31, end since alt ArMY
- people 'have -loads of money, there. ,Wasn't much.. of a crowd at
the Coinmy.; A few parking places:were available near Fti Koh Koh-
- Koh- be dispensary,, but one- should see the'CrOwd on,4- a ,' busy' ,-,day.
Since Monday was such a ,slack day,Tuesday, was Chosen as the
-- day for Inventory. ,-,.. -,: -,,, .,- -:,.. -, :-, I:- y?. 1.,,,,,i
- This time-honored Army custozn'must occize ort the,' lastday
of the month,' or.the day after pay-day, or the -Whole,,Arnly ad administrative
ministrative administrative systera would Collapse. Besides,' nobody wants to
shop after pay-dayeveryone in the Army does their shopping
the day before pay-day to avoid the rush. ,Hence, the Coramy
,' wu ,Closect,Tuesciay. Wednesday was a rather mild day too, and
as aresul the Commy v:Ta only- open: M the- afternocin to take
. advantage Of- the- balmy sir,. and direet lighting of : the sun.
. ThurSday as rather busy 'for some-reason -or another,,i Lord
know' the! Commy bed been open long enough to filrevtryone's
.- needs-6 hours Mondayand 4 hours Wednesday, .','st.$ 4
' But to get On with the 'eery,' Thursday, was a dandy day.
Lines waiting for baskets, lines malting for ,eggs,--lines waiting
', I to pay for purchases and just lines, of people who didn't seem
1,, to know 'what lin to get iti;' What oafs! I digress. To make
4, the Comray a cozy and bustling place,- the overworked staff
.s,' started ve-stockihg the shelves' about mid-morning. What mer mer,
, mer, ry fun to see piles and cartons of food in all the aisles and watch
, people play 41dodge.',b, 60Me complaints were heard concerning
the lack of potatoes,' coffee, eggs, meat and other luxuries. One
, must remember that orze is "over-seas" and such soft stateside
items as these must be forogtten- ;--,
In summary, I think the Commy is doing a fine lab, They
have worked like demons and kept the doors open for 1912 long
hours. The Commy Officer, knOwing it would be a light,week,
must have taken avell deserved reat, for he was nowhert to be
iQund to,' repeive complaints of the 'ungrateful and the !plaudits
. of many, liVe me, So I say, Three Cheers For The Fort Kobbe
'Commissary .-- never have so many sacrificed so little. '''''
, Casual Sam, and Glad ),
,
. COMMUNIST TALK ,
.
,
- Thii is to Inform,Mr. Boyd that I am in accbrdance with
hi in protesting the uritair remarks of Senator Flood,of. the
US. TOO many times 'have these congressmen gone off the beam
in saying that Panama is inclined to be communistic.
I remember quite a' few years ago one of these saMe guY
. came to the Isthmus and -were taken off the ship in a stretcher
' direct 'to the 'once Margarita, hospital and later returned to the
IL& a sick man. s ,.. .- - - '1 ,,
: Mr. Parnell Thomas, the sick Man: Was able to talk how
much communism there was ln Panama although he was un unable
able unable to Investigate. But dile same man, was later jailed for tak tak'
' tak' ing kickbacks from his secretaries. , , -, ,,,
If Thomu did this, to his own countrY, just think what he
'would do to another. Don't be surprised if you read some day
soon that Mr. Drew Pearson has exposed Flood in some kind of
' racket. All Zonians who agree with Flood should first ask them them,
, them, selves, where the real communism is in' the Arnedeas.,, ,- ,
. ,. For instance, the U.S. is the only government of the Ameri-;
' cas that has diplomatic ties with the Reds. But, at the same
; time, she wants to tell the other Latin' countries not to do the
' same., Very strange, indeed.' Somebody,islooling somebody.
I believe that since the U.S. has these diplomatic. ties -that
. the Latin American countries should do the same. Atter all, ,we
. woald be following the U.S. example. Maybe we could get the
Red's Point Four program and not be insulted the way we are
'
Day after day one can read In the papers those intuits and
even on the jobs they tell you, lace to. face. You cannot answer
fa' you will be classified as a Communist. We here in Panama
appreciate your assistance hut no one wants to feel belittled.
. If you read the April' 2 Panazna American Drew Pearson's
Washington Merry ,Oo Round you'll note that quite a few Latin
.i countriea-are aboutto have decent' trade deals ,with the Iron
Curtain nations..One eau only look back to China or Egypt and
-see, or read about the progress these countries have made with
Communist assistance. Could China manufacture cars, steel or
locomotives during the three 'centuries democracy, was there?
No. We heard how the Egyptians could not run, the canal with without
out without British pilots, but ships are still going through with pilots
getting only days of traMing," Instead of six months as the Brit British
ish British claimed. Maybe we could get a railroad built running from
' ti:te Costa Rican border to Colombia. - .,
;. In closing I would ask Zonians to check on the list Of Un Untraerican
traerican Untraerican activities and tfo, make notes as to where these places
aro located. 't -. ,
t : ",,' - - - Otrictly'Anti-Flood

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Sy VICTOR RIESE!.

You could have knocked ty r.:T41'41v -
space helmet off with a second
harm neutron the other day when
I discovered that a possum-p ay- 7-
ing union, frequently accused by 1 4-
governmental agencies of being
Communist-controlled, is throwing
heavy money and manpower into
a comeback in the sensitive elec- -- -
, -- :
tronic field.
,
-
I Mir to the United Electric.'
al Workers. Its particular claim
to indistinctien at the memsnt a ye
is that it is undei charges, be- d
fore the Subversive Activities --:::-'
Control Beard, et being ammo- 4,, ----E- .4 c
nist deminated. The government r f qil
therefore, is seeking to dissolve,. do .,,
I may not be the space cadet
type, but to relax I follow the
flow'of latest gadgets. There was ;ilk
fascination for example, in a -- :
$750,000,00i government order' to ?; -.
the Radio Corp. of America for ..r;i.
; type of telemetering tubes which --.:
will go into satellite televising of -.if -----------1
the underside of the 'moon. Some :::--:,------ .. ,,,,A1-
of these tubes will be made, at ; '-':-..,------- 6 1.)v''''.,.vi
RCA's Lancaster, Oa., plant, built r-',:- witla 161"'
to Navy specification in the second :.fri7",-- a-
World War. ,, , i t-----.....i.-;
, Some of these tubes, whleh will i '--I-,.,...----------
transmit temperatures, cosmic ,
ray impact and other important i '--z-
data on what man and metal will
meet b the great beyond, will be
made in Lancaster and shipped '------:---'
to RCA's special super secret 1,-
500-man force at Cape Canaveral.
RCA's four section plant in gen- ,' -
tie Lancaster is now- covered by
contracts with the International
Brotherhood of, Eelectrical Work-
ers ---, whose compact expires
April 30: Some of us suddenly did
a double-take and changed the sub. a (
ject from lunar probirg to govtrn govtrnment
ment govtrnment probing when word tame,
&bold two months ago; that the
United Eelectrical Workers were
spending thousands of dollars a i THE HEADLINERS
week and using a special organiz organizing
ing organizing staf of from 10 to 14 to con convince
vince convince the 1,500 employes at RCA By jo'vel Thel'ar
is simply atwitter 8
to Switch from the AFL-CIO at this nion 01 Princess IV
Unittd Eltctrical Outfit. , t cantsin Petah Tow

For wooks it has boon fasci fascinating
nating fascinating to witch this "Operation
Comeback" of a union dumped
from the CIO for hewing real
tight to the Communist lino. The
cast of charactors road Eh play players
ers players from an old handbill. ,Tho
line-up reminds you of FBI chiof
J Edgar Hoover's warning that
old Sovietoors nover di politcal politcally
ly politcally They don't even fade away.

In a few weeks, for example,
the old master himself, Jim Met Mettles,
tles, Mettles, Director of Organization tor
the, IlEti will make a personal vi visit
sit visit .and speechiin Leicester. Wit,
nestea .belore Congressional comr
mittees have ,for years 'charged
Mattes with being a Communist.
Mattes' record goes back to 1933
At that time he was secretary of
the Steel Metal Workers Industrial
Union which was affiliated with
something called the Trade Uniom
Unity League, headed by comrade
William Z. Foster, chairman eme emeritus
ritus emeritus of the American Communist
Part.' More recently the U.S. Jus Justice
tice Justice Dept. brought 'denaturalize 'denaturalizeticin4proceedings
ticin4proceedings 'denaturalizeticin4proceedings against Mattes.
thieofMatles'lieutenants,
Louis Kaplan, came into Lancast Lancaster
er Lancaster from way out in left field to
lead the UE's flying squad now
devoting itself to all those space
tube workers. And Brother Kaplan
tan lead a mighty flying squad.
Back in '48, this union struck
a Dayton, O., plant. There mu;
rioting., A' Congressional commit committee
tee committee summoned this one-man van van.auard
.auard van.auard of the proletariat. Kaplan
was asked whether he held mem membership
bership membership in the Communist Party.
Blithely, the apirited one answer answered:
ed: answered:
"The First and Fifth Amend
ments of the Constitution guaran guarantee
tee guarantee me the right to think political politically
ly politically 111 I see fit. Whether I answer
, 'yes' or 'no', your smears would
continue 4
Now Kaplan and his oueit have
asked the Natioanl Labor Rela Relations
tions Relations Board to hold an election at
the vital RCA plant. The Board
will hold oral hearings in the Coun County
ty County Courthouse on April 15.
To whip up support among the
1,500 electronic morkera whose
handicraft will go into U.S. missile-to-missile'and
antimissile roc rockets,
kets, rockets, the US brought in its once
cherubic president Albert' Fitzse
-4, .' ,,
He was greeted by a mast pie.
kit line of town folk 4eld
him te se back te th quiet eld
mansion the union maintains on
East Sist Street, lust eff New
York's Fifty Avo.
Bravely,- Fitzgerald went to the
Arcadia Cafe. And, in the course
of his speech, he shouted:
"...a hope) things improve' e enough
nough enough this community so that
the next time I'm not Confronted
with a bunch of Commies walking
up and down in front with picket
lines."
Look who's calling the kettle

THE HEADLINERS other, Mike 'will heer her' ulp."
, beiore the evening was over, Mike
By Jove! The' tend -of What-Ho had her laughing for the first-time
is simply atwitter about the reu- in swim. Unhappily, the laughs
nion ot Princess Margaret, a n d had brief echoes. ,
Captain Petah TOwnsend, 'In the ,
puns and streets, every bloke and ,And so, something that began
his, lydy are' terribly pip.pip a- with fate and heartbreak ended
bout the whole thing During the the same WAY. ,
past two years the Princess has
been devoting ,lerself to tr o y a 1, Joanne' Woodward's, triumph a?
chores. Next month, for example, an Oscar-queen is a story of irony,.
she open the first ,Federal When she arrived in New York
gialature of the West IndieS; in the from Louisiana to become an tc tcPort
Port tcPort of Spain, Trinidad. In July, tress, she enrolled st a dramatic
she is, planning a goodwill teur ot 'school. The first day in .school,
Canada. These may be jolly ,Miss Woodward WA8 asked to stand
ents 4 A loYelY Young lady, how- and give her, name and addresi.
ever,"deserves and needssome- When the class heard her: corn.
thing, more. Without love, a castle Pone accent,' One and All 'were
for a Princess is only a comfort- convulsed. Miss Woodward has
able dungeon. A Princesals a wom noted: '1,1 managed to lose ,the c can
an can and, she cart only be haPPYt as cent after 'six -months 'of "11,ar d
a ?rinceaf when she dis fulf,alect work.u,'.'
a woman. This incutable 1:oman- In',0,Three rit'tiStiFt1P"ItIO
tie ,hopes thp love story has 'a movie that enabled' et to ga an
happy endMg, It would be perfect Academy,,Awards- she portrayed a
timing now., It's' Spring,' y'know. Southern -Belle with thick Dixie
' drawl.' Incidentally, the Oscar-Win
a 2 aa a a

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W. O;liadOsy'llit ireator 'of 'The
rent mar "I don't want to be an
St. Loilis Blues." is now compos- actress! '; ,
ing music for a great horn-tooter ' o
popularly known as Gabriel. Han- Natalie Wood, who, snetches
dy was a 'talented, dignified: ne
man. His "St. Louis Slues," a lovely screen Portrait in "Marin,
genuine jazz classic, brilliantly cap rie Mornitgstr," is destined to
tures the bitter-swett torment of enlY
beeonie a major tWinkler. Sbe ill
but the climb has been
a sad dream, It Is Handy's legacy
and monument. long and arduous. She began its I
- child performer and has been toil toil,
, toil, .0 I, the Hollywood salt mine,
Some years ago, Handy was ask- for 15 years. In common with all
ed about the qualifications essen- Mial Wood knows that
tial to a successful composer. He the secret of success ts that form
explained: "A man who writes of tyranny known as hard work.
music must learn to listen, with She is 'a dedicated actress mosC
his heart." actresses are. A 'renorter onte
' quire& "What do you do for fun?"
Fate and heartbreak played mak, Mainly. Miss Wood responded,
or roles or roles in the meeting o: "I work."
Mike Todd and Elizabeth Taylor. '
The failure of her marriage with Several 'years ago, 'Sugar Ray
Mike! Wilding afflicted Miss Tay- Robinson" declared: "I was de delor
lor delor with an acute case of tnelan- pressed when everybody was tell tellcholla
cholla tellcholla Father Long, an English ing me, to quit. I can't tell you
clergyman vacationing in Holly- what a feeling that Is. I need a dol dolwood)
wood) dolwood) invited the star to a small T arnomnlish fame, fortune
narty in the hope of chasing her will follow"...11t has gained fame
blues. One member of the party a i lord,une. In doing that, he has
decided: "I'll maneuver Mike and also secured certain qualities
Liz so' that they sit next to each which many of the famou; lack
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and money cannot buy:,, Respect
What makes Sugar
Ray a great champion is not only
his ability Rua pugilist. It is the
fact that he acts like a champion
outside the ring.
,Alec Guinness bas added Os Oscar
car Oscar to his collection of monetary
and arlistic trophies. Not many
performers have matched his tri triumphs.
umphs. triumphs. Nevertheless, an actor is
an actor Despite all tbe gold
and glory, the star is haunted by
a defeat. Some years ago he kar karred
red karred in "Hamlet' and it was flop.
He hasn't forlotten the setback.

-", --- ''' ,.0 ,4nv a. """iinv" that we irt more peace loVinnl Stevenson ha's nr-e. posed the end
outside the Ting. than Moscow. --., ,,, :l 2 ,, Hof 1.1-homb tests because, he said,
, ,' '---- .. , . . itlie air was becoming dangerous.
,Alee Guinness has added an Os- Harold Stassen immediately a- 1r-contaminated with radioactive.
car to his collection of monetary
ma y greed with Dulles. Secretary ofIlellout. ThI4 WPt deniP1 by Atom Atomand
and Atomand arlistic trophies. Not
0,eman Straus. The.'
performers have matched h Strauss, Chairman bf the Atoirtie surveys mnde by Publie,,,ITealtis
is trtif., Defense Wilson and Adm. Lewis lc Energy cb :
umphs. Nevertheless, an actor is
Energy Commission, did not.4 They!gerviee substantiated'''. Steverson,
an attor ,.. Despite all ,the gold warned' that Russia might'violate,contradictio Strauss, The survey.,
Old glory, the star is haunted by an
y agreement, would test emallfwere eanceled. ..,-, '. ,
a defeat. Some years ago he iv:1r- atomic weapons. The admitted we , , ,,,.. ,-
red in "Hamlet' and it was a flop.
He hasn't forlotten tbe setback. ,...,,, ,- atiminioration -Put politics Aced
could detect all large explosions. That is the story of how mo
the 'final v'oting, Secretary of 'world neace and the ',,nation's
The Melancholy Dane.1 i:,;., I ,,,
His great' ambition is' to click as i in
I o'f the Treasury. Humphrey ten-lhealth, thereby permitting Rustle N

,
Sinatra's ..success,khas been' 'the
subject for numerous,essays. His
greatest click, liewevert, habeen
as a, human.,beibek Judy!' rland
once told,about the time she:was
hosiiitalizect in, Boston: don't
want to sound bitter, yut' g lot of
ntople forett you wh1n., something
like that happens!' Frank didn't
forget. He sent Judy roses and
called her every day. When he
came to Not Yorlt fora recording
date he hired a private Wane, load.
.ed It with gifts and flew up to
spend the day with her.,

By far, the most popular of the
Or;nr champs was lled
who is not,related,to Slue Zipuer.
Aft 1r winninetlio award. Buttons'
told reporters: "This is ,more than.
winning a prize.lhis shoulst serve
as an inspiration to etery guy who
has been wrilten off in this busi-,
nese Buttons, of course, was re referring
ferring referring to his own brief, rocket
like teevee career

',' It demonstrates again'', that fat fatlure
lure fatlure is not defeat.' If S7oli refuse to
surrender to failure, you only'
gain a little experience. Failure Is
slwPys temporary, And so is, sue

'" T arTomolish lame, fortune; ,
win follow"...IIt has gained fame'
Last week ,Mayor Wagner an ana
a ana tordame. In doing that', be has '
also sicured certain qualities
tt";t1tael rh- 'Dem n. r tortnato

ocuntedithe Bev., Dr. Gardne,' C.
coterttilaemillamuoau;ralckusi 7--- -- -- ,-- -.. --
. ,, .,,,,. Taylor to the N.Y.-City Board. of
1
awirtchsemcuarne;
Pril, 1957p Dr,
soommenimantommorgemmemomenr ucation 4" n
, , ,, i I Tay Ittr conducted the funeral serv

n! Taylor to the N.Y.-City Board. of
Education ... In April, 1957 Dr,
, iTeea yokir aconmdeucmtdr the; tneernaaltiseearavi
committee of, the Communist Pat1
, ty in his church (The COnprri Ban-1
tist Church of Brooklyn) ... In the
course of the sermon, Dr. Taylor
described the deceased (Edward
E, Strong) as "one who. dream dreamed
ed dreamed and 'worked for the new world
eyery goOd person desires"..Paul
Robeson sang at the service, and
five members of the Cemynnnist
'Party were among the pallbear pallbearers.
ers. pallbearers. The above reflects the new
i line of the 'Communist Party--to
I use the Christian church for the
burial of one of its leading mem mem.

, The FBI has a dossier one one
of Walter Reuther's top lawyers.
It probably would malde' Mterost Mterostlog
log Mterostlog reading to the general public
but our readers are familiar with
' most of it. The Man. also vides
1 Mild Stevenson on and off tbe
microphones. In fact, many cif Ad Ad1
1 Ad1 las speeches are written or edit edit!
! edit! ed by brilliant literary and news,
1 paoer people with 'former; tom tom'mie
'mie tom'mie records.u7All or this we t
often tried te tell litimates ct
lei to Want him about, but e
1 feated presidential candidata is 8
terrific Tut-Tut P)1111. - 6

. In Newsweek, Bing ,offe 1 1'
'most accurate estimate. of l :' '',
teevee success: "Perry' is a r
steadrboy surrounded by g :
visors.. Sometbnes a- ,guy r
be a star and he wants to 't, ,
show, stage tt, produce It t t :.
the whole bit. The sho v t --,
A good show like ,Perry's ..1 1
product of many brans t, '', 7 t
ry has the brains to k' v 1'.."
" In 'otherwords,, succ4 ..
, an island. It is boundri ty tl
Icean of helping bands. ..,,..

,ARMY BAND WILL GET PAID
Last weok, In this column
Pearson reported that seven Ar Army
my Army bandsmen had beim order ordered
ed ordered to play soft music at a Re Republicar
publicar Republicar party given for Repub Republican
lican Republican women from New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire by New Hampshire's Sen..
Styles Bridgei, also Republican.
W. pointed out that this' was
against Army rules.
This wedb, Secretary of bk
Army Wilber Brucker wrote d
letter to Congressman Charles
Porter of Oregon admitting that
the Army goofed in charging
the tax-papers for the Army
Bridges would be sent a bill.

, ACROSS
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, equipment '':
d Baseball
' equipment' :
8 Croquet ',,,,'
equipment
12 Hail!
13 Again
It Toward the
, ,sheltered side
15 Unit ot wire
measurement
10 Spanish girls' :
15 Chosen ,
20 Short jackets
21 Aeriform fuel :
22 Ages
k 24 Term used ln
golf OW

i 26 Walked,
i 27 Wrong
(prefix)
80 Click-beetle
. 32 Next to
34Pbotographie
device
: i Laundry
equipment
Bud's sibling
,4 :7 Norse god
:9 Prejudice
40 Paradise
41 Legal matters
42 Oar fulcrum
45 Gushed
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4 49 Absolution
51 Australian
ostrich
' 52 Angered
1 ,.611 Mine entranes
1 54 Tear
55 Corn bread
56 Disorder
; 17 Itemale
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6 Fishermen .. ,

use them 25 Russian
9 Singing voice mountains
10 Incline 26 Barter
It Minus 27 Clergymen
17 School book 28 Notion
19 Social group 29 Weights
23 Early bird 31 Eats awn'
24 Hungarian : 33 Staid
, city , 18 Interior

ell meeting and angrily lectured
them about leaks. Ile said he had
heard that the Sept. II decision
regarding H-bomb tests had bP bPcome
come bPcome known to people outside
the council, and as a result he
was ordering a full hivestigation..,
On Oct. 29, this column queritd
the White House as to whether
' the Security Council bad made
I a decision and then reversed it.
I self. The reply was ,"no corn-
ment." A day or two ',later, four
, Democratic Senators made the
'same inquiry and got a 'categorie
'. denial. . ',.
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HEALTH SURVE SYUSPENDECO
w al esaon we hmi lbeo, rr at hs see d Wo vhei ter s t ellvoeuost.

,. ----- s Ison's proposal to ban nuctear
itests that it even plaved politics
with the Public Health Service's
survey of radioactivity.: Suddenly
ogWAS903111Nic GoTpiriONio.nadmILSit. preixvpaetretisy
on Sent. 28. 1956 and without ex.
that Moscow scored the No, 1
of a uniPi'mation, the survey was cancel.
propaganda victory of the- year
lwaittherathl eb :inn noof u nHcfb om emnbt
tests.' It ed ' ',
almost equals the No. 1 victory N:- ,' )
of last yearlaunching the sput- Ike's blast at Stevenson's Div.
,. ,. . DOSPI had Iven'made ,on Sent
nIK -, ', 19. One week later, Assist.nt Sur.
geon General Otis I.. Anderson
The Moscow announcement, coin
ing on top of the steady drum- wrote,state health rfficials: I
beat of Bulganin notes urging a ,
summit Conference and the ban- "Fictri samnling onerations sle
ning of missile bases in Europe, connection with rwilation surveil.
more than ever hits pictured the It'nee network will terminate- at

of the Treasury Humphrey cen-lhealth, thereby permitting' 7Russi;
curred with Dulles. and the Pres- to grrtre A orpot rrrinagaratt vie..
ident finaHY dititi4 tom Ao-is cus- tory by proposing this week what
tomary in National Security Coun- Stevenson pronosed tplhitclv, fnif
cil meetings,, the clecision was risenhnwer a flroad tirlypfelyitntl
m'ade ttnaniniOus.'oThough final de- then reversed, himselfone year
tails sVere.,04 heatrorked out later, and a half ago. ,, ;
the tentative pith WaS ta ask Rus- -..,4-,,r.-7...-...-..---- '' -'..,,
sia to join in suspending H-bomb ,,, , . ,,
tests for one vear, as a 'peace
experiment." 'Ilia WaS to be coo- I ,L, t t I
flied with ti-'moral agretment" filiikS. A 41 -,,
, A R
to outlaw the intergontinental bal- C r :
4,1,
listic Missile 'in the same manner i 4 r
poison gas has .been outlawed. I ..'
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Approximately' one week later, i ,:,,. ,,
Ikt's ., political advisers warntd
that Adlai Stevenson had made 1311'U'
'
speeche. as early as April, 1956, -A,
proposing the end of H bomb
tests, and that he, had made an-1 ; Ire ." 1
. 1,,,,11,
other full-dress proposal in early' ,I1'.
September, The advisers urged 1 Ili 1
thatit would be a political mis-i t..,,
'''.
take to play into Stevenson's:.
hands by going ahead with the', ,, ,,,,,.i
Security, Council decision uf! 0
Sept. It t''. t, ,., 1 - 1 In 1830, after having served
- '-' -- .. a term as president of the
him- United States, John' Quincy
'Adams was elected to the tr.s.
, Eisenhower then reversed
self. On Sept,..19 he came out
with a vigorous statement attack- House of Representatives. On
ing Stevenson's H-bomb proposal its being suggested 4o him that
as 4a theatrical gesture.", In c-- su h a position might be de,
spetch after speech following this, grading to an ex-president,'
people as r P
Eisenhower attacked the Steven-
, Adams replied that no,person
-could be degraded by serving
dpinrogp, ollsael ,..arns apdoelitiictalcigeraarnhd-e
a e resentative
in CongresS or, be added, aa a
didn't consider Stevenson qualified.' the
, selectman of bis town. ..
scuss atomic energy.
On Oct. 26, t a Pres en s orm, ..4,.. 2
si Britannica Jr. Encyclopeals
ed into the National Security Coun- ..,.., .
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iaeat of Bulganin notes urging a ,
Ice11"enFeei ceetl'ilentnws aolvme k tli ilnv irgi'll iniertel rr ilaitiZtir vel -se; al ilt
husiness Thursday,
more than ever hits pictured the
United Stetes as a
pictured Russia as the disciple' SePt ",71, 1956." ,
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of ,peace. -
, , Twenty-four linurl Is an extreme..
The real inside story of bow Iv abrunt. eqncelletion entice. Tqa.
badly the United States muffedinY, state officials indiAanthturryre.c.Tivhee
the ball on -banning H-bomb testsithe notice before Sept. 21. Anttor..
is known only to a few peopled P.m! Vitoi obrionsly

is known only to a- few people. Mit Vito II obvionsty in I hurry. The
(late of Sept. 27 was also
Ad:
ntaErliysenahsoSweeprt.anild,
till9e5611aPtrioensial da;tde ScefpP 16' tvnal 'w:Igint.crtni9t;lietedrmalil
propost more or less what
Security Connell had decided to notinq
', mos- typed In. ; ,. i
cow proposed this week--a' ban '. .,- 1 A
on 1-1-bomb,lestS, ,, ', .. Previous surveys showed im.
, ,- . -,'- cresaes of radinactivitv RS hie!'
What actually 'happened it the,as 15 to 25 timas norms1 bv so e
m
1Sept. 11, ;156., meeting wal that' monitoring statiors, An ineresse of
Secretary 'of State Dulles, urged 10 times Pormal. accorsiinsa to
tests, pointing out that it would statementi by sho Atnet,te 'rlergir
win friends for us abroad, wouldiCommission. was considered the
givt... us the diplomati? initiatiyt;1 alarm loint. .. e.
,

giv; 115 littutswi to alarm 10111Z.
would help convmee the wort di ;
h. twat or Inv. ?IPA ea inVinn! t.:-

health, thereby permitting Russia'
tO grfire rrnimEarAft tile
tory by proposing this 'wet lc what
Stevenson pronose4 nithflehr, Amit
ripmhnwer so,road nrivotely--1414

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' liOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclusi Exclusi,
, Exclusi, vely Yours: Iley, there, you fel fel,
, fel, lows half past 30 and usually half
asleep on the living room couch
,, atter dInner. Wake .up and, live.
, You still have that old sex ap ap,
, ap, peal. :
,
.It's middle-aged men who get
' me ladles out of kitchens and sew sewing
ing sewing rooms into. living rooms for
, TV shows, and if middle-aged
men on the screen can do it you
-' should be able to' do it for the
screen. Live and zippy, that is.
, Sure, I have the evidence. These
words from Leslie Harris of the
cEsqv film division:
"I have found in conversations
, with station owners around the
, country that he 'older male' ---
, from 35 to 45--has more sex ap ap,
, ap, -, peal fat ,WOMen viewers than the
, young bucks."

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Ah, ha. Now we know,.why Jack
Benny didn't mind becoming 40.,
As I'm one of the "middle" men,
the Harris Poll is one TV ,,poli
I'm going to believe. , A 41.
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EVEN THAT HUMAN Ft.Knot
Sing Crosby must have lifted an
eyebrow over William Holden's all all,
, all, time astronomical earnings for an
actor in one movie. His guarantee
and percentage for helping blow
that:River Kwal" bridge will
be at least $2,100,000.
Holden got the loot and Alec
Guinness and essue Hayakawa
got the Oscar nommations.

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they-sell-next file: The "Paladin"
'lin "Have ,Gun, WM Travel," will
be on the kiddie market soon a a,,'
,,' a,,' long With hatk and s gunJoe
0 flirown'S-bigger-than-ever smile
;' these days is ,because his oldono
4' :Nies on TV. are potting added mile
aee on hii career. Meld-year
old comedian,' soon lo be Van-.
popjor the lOth timehas has,
4 son and two daughtersis
veling, ambassador of good will
, for Lever Bros.- and also spiels
Many of their TV commercials.
I ',,11011 HOF& SUP.E.,has, found
the answer to "How, to il3e a Co
median and Stirvive on
''''' comes around only once, in whilel
but when he does, it's like Gang Gang,
, Gang, busters. His last show, with a 33
rating, swamped the opposition.
, GE ,Theater (16.3)v and, Caesar Caesar-
- Caesar- Coca 0.1). '.
, no --, vq0
, LEAVE ,IT TO Hollywood ,to
add to the Bible. There is no men men.
. men. tion of it in the Good Book, but
the Queen of Sheba will bear So So'
' So' lomon't som in the moviet, "Solo "Solomon
mon "Solomon and Sheba. C., B. DeMille
has dreamed up a few "Biblical"
' things, too, but I don't believe bets
ever gone' this lar., ,"However"
sayr Producer Arther,, llornblow,
,:t',,,I.ybose idea it "we will main

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TOKYO CUP) The 11-power
- military ttibunal for the Far East
has granted lull releases to 'the'
last 10 Japanese. class "A" war
' criminals under life prison sen sentences,
tences, sentences, the Japanese Foreign Of Oftics
tics Oftics announced yesterday. -,

The Foreign Office said the 10,
all of whom ,were on parole be because
cause because of illness bad their sen sen'.
'. sen'. tences reduced to timetserved.'
Originally, there were 28 class
, "A" War criminals. Seven were
hanged, two died before trial, one
was discharged for mental rea rea,
, rea, sons, five died., in prison after
trial and three died after their
release.
The Foreign Office said each of
' the 11 nations on the military
' tribunal agreed to the, reduction
of sentences, They are the United
States, Nationalist China, Britain,
Russia, Australia, C a d a,
France, Holland, New Zealand,.
, India and the Philippines.
As of the end of last year, only
,45 of the 4,182 Japanese convicted
for.World War II war crimes re re-
- re- mimed in prison

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tain a reverence for the story as
it is found in the Bible."

The Witnet: Oh, that Oscar Le Levant.
vant. Levant. After yatching Jerry Lewis
on TV, ht knifed: "Ilis'show had
more suspense than a Hitchcock
movie. I kept wading for the
laughs."

This Ts Hollywood, krs. Jones:
Confession from Author Stephen
Longlreet, who wrote the screen screenplay
play screenplay of "The Jolson Story," to Va Variety's
riety's Variety's Dave Katrtman. "Although
we captured the true spirit of Jol Jolson,
son, Jolson, there wasn't too much truth
in the picture, nothing about Jol Jolson's
son's Jolson's four wives, Larry Fay, his
fights with his family. But when
the picture was over Jolson came
out crying, put his arm on ,my
shoulder and said:

'" cried thl-ough the whole plc plctare.
tare. plctare. I lived through every min minute.
ute. minute. of it again.",
Not bt tht Script: Ben Blue' to
a night club character: There's
enough dandruff on your collar to
bread a veal cutlet':

There's no business like TV busi business
ness business note! Producer John Guedel
had to shelve a Grouch() Marx
show because one of the contestants
was Micky Cohen's now front-pagt
lady &lend, Liz Renay, who won
$1,000, On the same shell will be
one of Guedel's "People Are Fun Funny"
ny" Funny" filth segments. One of the
contestants dropped dead week af after
ter after the filming but before the show
reached the home, screens.

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HONG KONG VP1--A Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Chinese air force medium
bomber made a forced landing on
this British colony yesterday. The
plane was impounded and the 10-
' officers and airmen aboard taken
into custody.
,The incident was expected to
touch off a long series of diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic maneuvering before the
Nationalists get back,,the men or
the
- The Crew told Britisli.authiiritiel
the plane,'.a reeontgissanve vet vetsion
sion vetsion of the' B24, developed engine
trouble while on a ,"routine trainz
ing flight." ; I
A Nationalist Chinese Sabrejet
made a forced landing in Hong
Kong on Jan. 30, 1956, and Com Communist
munist Communist China, with whom Britain
hAs diplomatio relations, demand demanded
ed demanded possession.,;,1
After protracted negotiations
imong Taipei, Peiping, London,
Hong Kong and Washington, the
pilot was released 40)days later
and the Nationalists got the air aircraftt
craftt aircraftt back several, Months later.
Unconfirmed reports said Pei Peiping
ping Peiping had cabled Hong Kong de demanding
manding demanding the British turn over the
bomber and its crew to Commu Communist
nist Communist China.
Priv Doss

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SQ,,,41t1 For' Otis '"
ROME (UP) Ailing Italian
Communist PartY boss Palmiro
Togliatti today was reported be being
ing being eased !out of the party lead leadership
ership leadership -,
The new reports 'coincided with
an announcement by the Commu Communist
nist Communist newspaper Unita that Togli Togliatti
atti Togliatti 'would not attend this week's
session of the Communist Party
National. Council because of l'a
strong attack of influenia."
The important meeting, 'ached 'ached,
, 'ached, uled to open here tomorrow.
will-plot Communist strategt for
the "May 25 general. elections. ;
Although it is known that 'the
65-year-old Togliatti has been, in
poor physical condition for year'
persistent reports, also have cir circulated
culated circulated that a,' change in party
leadership is imminent because
sof internal trouVes ip the Organi Organization.
zation. Organization. -

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By C:rIAL"' JACC3Y
Written tor l''A Service

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North East South West
1 Pass 2 4, Pass
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Pass Pass
Opening lead, 2 :

TAKE a look at the North and
South hands only., The deuce of
hearts L opened against your three
no-trump contract. How do y o u
play the hand?
If the game is match point dup duplicate
licate duplicate you should probably let the
heart ride around to your jack and
go out alter everything that is not
ogled down.
, In rubber bridge you should go
right up with the ace of hearts
and insure your contract except
against all four diamonds in the
East hand.
Your second, play is a club to
your ace and then you take the
diamond finesse.' If it loses you
will take nine tricks made up of
five diamonds, two clubs and tile
major suit aces.
' If it Win you will also take nine
tricks because you will be' too
smart to return to your hand with
the ace of spades in order to try
the diamOnd finesse a second, time.
East might just have been cagey
enough to hold off with the, king
and if you tried this play 'your
whole hand ,' would collapse,
Therefore 'you should continue
to play safe for your contract by
ileading a )ow diamond from dum dummy
my dummy and conceding a trick to the
king. ,'6,
'Why did you take the pee of
hearts at trick one? Look at all
the bandsand see what might
have happened. East would take
the king of hearts and Ail to
the oueen of sprdes. Assuming
that West remembered to Unblock
with the king you would lose three
spades, (me heart and One diem.
ond. I

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Qrhe bidding has been:
'East South West North
I IP Double Pass dp I
Pass ?
!; yey totith, VIA; 4", 's2f
'41E3;7 IPS Milk stsKS7
What do you do?
ARid two ?Modes unless your I
partner is very...conservative, in
which ease you stsould bid three
spades. e
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TODArS QUESTION r
You bid two spades and your
partner has bid two no-trump.1
I What de; you do now? ,
, lifiswer Tomorrow, ,,
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Archishop Godfrey
Ipposes
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t!ccbcr Tests Itow,

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LONDON, April 8 (UP)--Dr. Wil
liam Godfrey, R Om an Catholic
Archbishop of Westminster, said
in his Easter message today that
the testing of nuclear weapons is
justified until it is proved that the
evils of test outweigh theh' useful useful,
, useful, Archbisiiop Godfrey, preaching
at Westminister cathedral, said
war is not intrinsically wrong prov providing.
iding. providing. it is a defensive war in which
beam' moral values are at stake.
, But he urged every possible step
to avoid war, and said all Chris Christians
tians Christians should hope and pray for the
end of the armaments race.
In the event of a just war, he,
said, the state is duty bound to do
all possible tO defend its essential
life. ,
This' would inlude' in 'theory
controlled nuctear weapont restrict 1
ed to military. targets. It neverl
would be right, he added, to-- use
nuclear weapons indiscriMinately
on centres of population predomin predominantly
antly predominantly civilian. 1.4 )

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BUENOS AMES, April 8 (UP)
La Prensa has finally recover recovered
ed recovered its ultra-modern Hoe "streah "streahline"
line" "streahline" new press after more than
eight years of struzgle against
the original Per011iSta order to
stop its erection in the paper's
printshops.
On March 9, 1950, the Peronista
deputy Jose Emilio Visca, a for former
mer former butcher, who closed than
100 Argentine newspapers that
year, went personally to La
Prensa's plant where Hoe engin engineers
eers engineers and the paper's technical
staff were erecting the newly newlyimported
imported newlyimported press. Visca not only
.ordered the work stopped but put
a- permanent, police guard in to
make sure the work woukl net
continue.
After the expropriabon of La
Prensa by Peron and its handing
over to the General Labor Con Confederation,
federation, Confederation, theoress 'was "sold"
to the Peron-Aloe newspaper
chain known asALEA and movAd
to that I combine's monumental
plant down by the docks in Cal Calle
le Calle Viamonte: where it still is.
one of the last decree-laws 4of
the Aramburu regime today or
dered the press returned to. its
rightful owners.
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PUP, lezder-Price
1.1,7r ti 11 fhArne
To Princess': Visi!
BELIZE. British 'Honduras, A.-
pel 8 (LTP)--(21eorge Price: local
Political leader accused of "sedi-'
tious libel" of Queen Elizabeth.
said today that authorities "want
me out of the wav" when Princ Princess
ess Princess Margaret visits here in may.
price mas-. ordered, to stand
trial some time this month in
the criminal session -of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court after apreliminary
hearing which ended.last week.
He is tree on hail, which' was
lowered from 127 to 11500 until
the trial. I
The head of 'the PUP party
was arrested March 21 and ac accused
cused accused of, seditious remarks which,
'"brought the Oueen,into con contempt."
tempt." contempt." 'The KIP istseeking self selfgovernment
government selfgovernment for British Hon.;
duras., : 4
Clovernment sources said tr.here
is no connection between ',the
1Princess' visit here Mav '21 and
the charge against Price.t,','
Price said he has asked bis
followers not to stage anr, de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations before the trial:
However,- a "We want self gov gov'ernthent
'ernthent gov'ernthent now" deinonstration
has already been set by the par partY,for
tY,for partY,for APril 19. ', '''

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Afti:an Lion"'
Sla-shed To Death

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PALERMO, Sicily (UP) ---, An
African lion that never had
shown viciousness Sunday slashed
to death it 30-year-old Sicilian la laborer
borer laborer who jumped into the oeast's
cage to pet it.
More than 100 spectators out for
a qufet Easter stroll, in!, the Pa Palermo
lermo Palermo Zoo watched horrified as
the lion, Barbados, manglhd the
body,t for half-hour before' fire:
men,,, forced it -,,bacle with- fire
hoses.. '
, The laborer, GlovannP Giuliano.
filled with too much ibriivado or
too much Wine; climbed a 'tree to
the top of ithe cage wall 'and
jurriped down inside.
He approached the beast, Which
was lying ),n the warm sun;'- and
began petting it. The lion awoke,
ignored the gesture and turned
away. Giuliano persisted' with the
petting.
Barbados lazily lifted one great
paw as if to-return the gesture.
The razor sharp claws slashed
Giuliano across the- throat and
chest, apparently killing him in instantly...
stantly... instantly...

BORING FROM WITHINMissori frrns 11 suffering from
the worst infestation of European corn borer in history, accord-
ing to Michael Graznakm, "specialist of the Missouri Farmers
Association. Live borers winter in the cornstalks. 's In photo, ;
knife blade points to a borer ,that was &bye and active three
days alter the temperature fell to inine degrees below sero:',,
, Last year corn borers destroyed the equivalent of every 17th',
row of sorn. Inset shows close-up of borer, impaled on fishhook.
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' Best new comedian: )ohnny
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Best new TV comedienne: )3etty
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Best hew 'rV-'comedy series
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Benny, CBS.
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NEIN HOMECOMING .Kim's'', shyness. yanishes
when he meets his nevi parents, Mr. and.' Mrs.'
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Kim, brought -that model racer With him. from
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AIITISTIIY IN THE AlICTIONo: 'this is' the winds'wept lake irOni left by a iub iub'
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this imprompti dance by ,members of the Tatyana Gsovsky ballet group from
West Berlin. Tbe'girls are touring EuroPe and will perform in the United States;
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:' A BERTil OF GRASS-- These'vessels S. Steel's steamship fieet seein to- be
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height of their bloorii the Valley'Of the Sun area,

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NATURAL IORNORDIC5--members the' El.& Bora lt-4
blAti is worried that his sister, Miquelina, Won't wake
- through the fields'o't Lebinor,:X-11411tftihrzt'prntitre-sesstorr for the tilleothingv-"---tirr in-time-for a flight to San Jose, Cali'fYoungstert.... I
thatritionsitlos in ?bland. The team of seven will represent the Unit d St t
-e- Pausing. in New York were joined by their' motherv Edwards boys 'of Is-At I 't 11; c-;;:!lac;r1
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1 iiiii4,1 al CI f t trillIALI,

w..'wwwWWft,

S)tait

in a-dramaidc cascade of ruf ruf,fles
,fles ruf,fles bf the same embroidered it lf lfops.
ops. lfops. It had a delicately shec,ed
scooped neeliline and the Jong,'
sleeves ended in points over the
hi"ds. 'the dress is an original,
ini;orted ,rom the May Company
in ,f,ta timore., Her Linger tit yell
o; illusion fell fruit a cornet of
s.,ed pearls, The bride's bouquet

r 4.1 An orchid bouquet,
1-f. Julio Kam was the bes't otan
s..t. wedding luncheon, was held
immediate y after' the'cereniony,
at the Cristobal SkY ROOm for It
bout 300 wedding guests from both
sides of the Isthmus. The SKY
Room W88 deCOrtited with tropical
Inrns ,anti2the 'back ground of
the receiving line was formed with
baskets of Easter Pgi sga sga'
' sga' pantbas. The traditional three tier tiered
ed tiered wedding cake Was the work of
Ilts. Mary Belanger o: Cohn.
- The couple lett for a wedding trip
, to Boquete and on their return will
, reside in the Alhambra Apart Apartment
ment Apartment in Colon.
MisS Mon is employed wi,11 the
'1164th AAA Bn. Fort Davis.

gree of success, the ladies -co-n: The April .meetin'g
template further efforts of this sort Altar-Rosary Society
tp extend Ind enliven Kobbe social this evening at 1:30
' life. Heart Chapel Parisi
, , tesses for the evemm
-.0 Benefit Tour of Homes Margaret Dern, MI
, Sponsered by Sereptimists kielovh, and Mrs. Au
,,,, The 'Welfare Project of the Sop. All members are url
optimist Club of Panama wit' irme. this important meet
fit front the tour of Interesting
homes and buildings 'Manned by Cristobal Woman's C
the Club and which will take place Meeting Set,Fac
on Friday. April , The next regular n
, To be visited are the modern Cristobal Woman's 1
stentivt orrice tuildin7 on talboa held tomorrow at 3:C
Aevnue where Mr. CnIvin Stemnel Red Cross rooms in 1
architect; will address the 'group; annual electton of
the CaItieroti home in Panama talta Place at thU me
ty,, a fine example of o'd Spanish bo of,Cristobal High
; architecture; the Dr. Bertod rosi- cnts will present an
dence in the Juan Franco arca 'musical program.

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clirp,!,, .7,4,pt Lout, L 1,-,pify L2414101
m ths uctiod idttpLa co" P;n4itta 2-0740 or 24)741 Lbw's.' 41:60. a.m.

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Heights following the tour are in-
eluded in the price of the tickpt' '
which is $2.00 '- iA,..,'' v i,' 4 I (C
Anyone Interested in making this
tour which is to leave from the )
Hotel El Ranama Hiltpn lit 2:30
1
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two. panels In the back. Miss 141,111!tic,ri:tte

the members thrugh theNC-6
Wives Club. The fel owing alco
Wives Club members and their
guests issisted;, Mesdames Islora
Perot, Katherine Killip, Frances

Margaret Item -Catherind
hieloeh, and Mrs. Audrey Kincaid.
-1All members are urged to ittend
this important meeting.

Cristobal Woman's Club
Meeting Set,For Wednesday
The next regular meeting of the
Cristobal Woman's Club will be
held tomorrow at g:00 p.m,' in the
Red Cross rooms in Cristobal, Tire
annual electron of ofticers will
talta place at thU mectingA COM COMbo
bo COMbo ol,Cristobal High School stud students
ents students will present an entertaining

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Alt

Gamboa Couple Will Celebrate
Wadding Anniversary
Mr, and Mrs. Claud M. Kreger r 4
Gamboa will celebrate their 31st
wedding anniversary tomorrow.
They were married in Tampico,. 1.
Mexico on April 9t 1927 while Mr.
Kreger was working for the El A- 1-
guila Oil Company and came to t
the 'Canal Zone it, 1941. Mr. Kreger
is 'employed with the dredging di
vision of the Penama Canal Co:
while his wife is a member of the
American Legion Auxiliary Post
NO. 1,' FortAmador and is active I i
in many, volunteer projects both r's
in Panama an4 h the Zone. PA

1MEBTING' S .. 1e
Silver Employee Death Benefit
Associltians Schedule Meetings
The annual meetinx o the Sil

Ine annual meeting o tne sil silver
ver silver Employes' Death Benefit As Association
sociation Association will be held iu theoffice
or, the C.I.O., Ancon Laundry An Annex,
nex, Annex, at 9:00 a.m., Sunday, for of officers
ficers officers and members on the Pacific
side,A similar meeting will held
at the office of the CIO at Camp
Bierd, 9:00 cm. on, the following
Synday, for those on the Atlantic
side.
' The auditor's report for 195T as
well as the secretary's report will
be presented .at meetings.
Other matters of importance 'will
Include the,election of representa representatives
tives representatives and alternates.

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p..'.- :,:: ,. ..:: .. ,StIciety Oi Military Engineers
., !,,,,,..,,.,. ,x..,,,:,..,,,,,,...,,,:::.x,t,,,,i00,,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,, meet At Rodman Monday ,,,.:
. -, Theregular monthly meeting,. of
.
'' .,' fl''', ; ,;,.'-,'.''. ,,,;,' MRS. ,LUSTElt, COMBS ., ,. ,. ,,,- ,-.c, ,. the Canal Zone Post,- Society o
, ,,, ,,, ,. ,,,,, ,, .,.,,. ,, , ... i ,..,,, : ,,-, 4 American Military Engineers wi'l
,,,,,,,, .;; ,, ,,, .. ,,, ,-... , ,, :,:. ,,,, ,., ,.. ,... , eld at the pflicers Club, Rod Rod.
. Rod. MISS -GRETA MON BECOMES' BRIDE '',,,,- ....4, 'i ''' '..... .' s!, 4 ,'', ',.- an, next Monday evening., A so
OF hi', LUSTER COMBS J , .., r :: I'''. !' : ":' ',. :i,. :, Oat hour will be, held ,st .4 p.m :,
, ,,, .,,. .... z ,, .1.., 1" ,i, followed ,by ,, a !,,.charcoal broiled
': ''' .,. Ara mid-day private double ring cserentnity. in Coln on ,- steak dinnetat 7 p.m. Alter dind
',Suitt sy, Miss Greta NOCI, daughterfef Mrs.., Margarita Mon -.. nee; Mr. J. R. Hare,' Superinten
; dent of the Fuel Division, Rodman
.:' and the late Denrique Mon t Coln, 'became the bride of
, Me. 'Luster Combs,' son of, MI Rudy: Combs in& Mrs. Iva Navy Station will discuss the "His "His,k.
,k. "His,k. Wells of Walled Lake; Mich., .., ., ,''',: -, -,.. ,,-;'' A v t toeyand Development of the Trans
,, i' .. The wedding ceremony was, performed, by,' Rev.' Francis:- '1, Isthmian Pipeline! Sport shirts
..., Lynch at the church of .Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal .1 maY be worm ,, ', , r ,, ,,
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:1 in colon., .. -,: ) ..! 1 , , , , : , : I Reservations may- be made by
- -.. .... , : ,, ....in.. rt. rio 'Cinerary ,' 2791 ut

:. in Colon-0 -,.. 1 , v. , eservations may be made by
,, .- , P r ts''r ,...---.. '' calling Lt. Co'.' Itogers.,' 87-2110:
' The bride who was given in mar-1 's t, "- George Kruse., Navy 3238, dr Ju Ju'
' Ju' liege by ',her Odest brother, .11i- where Mr. Richard Holzer, archi Alan Hearne,',Gamboa 188.
. eardd MOn, wole a floor length tee,. will speak and the Rabin Lin- 1,,--1,
gown tif white embroidered tulle 'do residence in Golf Heights. 1 z : I me 1
, with a chaple train. The frent, an ',Transportation, a door prize and ope s tal me
apron effect shield, ended in im-i refreshments which Will be served I
bcoldered scalops and the back 1 at the- Kline residence in Golf .,' , ,
. . . ....

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int,--t:ii;-ried ,rom the May Com-pany p.m. May secure tickets from Mrs. NEW YORK' CLIP).Bob Hopei
in ,f,ta timore.. Her Linger tit yell 1,,;dith I4utsch at mador0,1 Tivo i filmed visit to Moscow, shown on
of Avenue Store or by 'calling Mrs. tklbt,.01 baturday, was a kind of
0; illusloo fell front a cornet
&,.,ed pearls, The bride's bouquet 'A. ft Kirkland, Balboa ,24.1464; Ed Sullivan, show with snow; '''
- was Of white orchids. ', , b ,, g..' "."." : '' : lt had everything but iree
,Miss Arlene P.. Jim! the brHe'a Easter Egg HunC ' borscht, There were Inlet pauses
anl attendant, wore a l, a, a I t s The NCO, Wives' Club, of Fort whit violinist David Oitrakh, bal.
length turqnolEe blue gOWn o'.- or,. Gulick held their 'annual Easter lerina Galini,,VianoVa, comedian
gaudy over coriuokr print. The bo, Egg 'Hunt lor all Nco children of Arkacii Main, clown Oleg 1opoif
Ice held bow with streamers that the-Fort Gulick Open Mess on Sat.1 and three Russian lam' stars, fe fecame
came fecame to tho 'waist end tell ,1 into urday.',More,Aan,400 children par-I thole sea' light-heavyweight:divi.

wore white actessories and a, picl rrize winners' were AS follows: ,
tnre hat of white lace. ,Sbe car- One -to five age group youngest- There were visits to the ,Rus ,RusStepli
Stepli ,RusStepli I -Robinson; gold egg-Donna slan subway and a fashion show
r 4.1 an orchid bouquet.
rf. Julio Kam was the bes't miin.,,Dtago,4 silver egg-k tar-- Shepherd 4, it the GUM department store. On
wedding Inncbcok, was held blue and stver-Mark Chempion;', hand, too, were- tho Russian
immediate y alter' the ceremony, ,PUtple and. slivei egg-Brad Eillip, otympie tumbling team, circus
Room for g and most eggs-Ronald York. periormers, and uanees by a va vaat
at vaat the Cristobal Sky
bout 300 wedding guests froin both live to thirteen age group! Gold riety 04, etanic troupes periorming
egg winners-Kathy einserton, KaY 'at the Bo'shoi.Theatre, a kind of
sides of the Isthmus. The SKY
Roont was decorated with troPical-4ane 'and Sttsphanie Austin. Silver -t,oew's Kremlin. :.
Innis ,and2the 'back ground of eggiwinners-Barbara Vasilake, ,' .,
the receiving line Wag formed with gime Bonilace, and Patrick O'lla- And; ofcourse, there was Bub
baskets Of Easterlillies aga- gan, Silvevand blue egg' Viinneri- !lope, entertaining at the Ameri Ameripantiles.
pantiles. Ameripantiles. The traditional three tier. ,Mike lyree, Gaty Gooaings and, can Embassy with jokes like:
ed wedding cake Was the work of SUSan Petera. Most egg winners- i'Suprisingly enough', I'm not
Ilts. Mary Belanger o: Cohn. Bruce, Mallick, Allred Velez and having any trouble with the Ian Ian-
- Ian- The couple lett for a wedding trip Richard Tessandore. guage nobody speaks to me.';
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Five ta thirteen age group! Gold riety etanic troupes periorming
egg winners-kathy einiterton, Kay 'at the Bo'shoi,Theatre, a kind of
Bane end Stephanie Austin. Silver 4,..oew's Kremlin. : ,
eggiwinners-Barbara Vasilake, Vir- ,' -:
gime Boldface, and Patrick O'lla- And,' ofcourse, there was Bob
Silvervand blue egg' irinneri- !lope,- entertaining at the Ameri-,
Mike Tyree, Gaty Gooaings and, can Embassy with jokes like:
Susan Peters. Most egg winners- i'Suprisingly .0 enough', I'm not
Bruce, Mallick, Allred Velez and having any trouble with the lan lanRichard
Richard lanRichard Tessandore. guage -- nobody speaks to me.';.
The,NCO Open Mess sponsored How about that Vodka? ---.now"1
the--Egg Bunt for the children ofknow how they- got their, Sputnik
the members Ahreugh the NCO up-' first. .This tnorning I -got
Wives Club. The fol owing alco thrown ea of the 1Stemlin--there
Wives Club members and their was a atar, on the door 'and 1
guests assisted:, Mesdames Nora, thought. it was 'my teasing

KOLA,. officer,' wivles Perry, Katherine Killip, Frances I, io-o-m-77
Berger, Audrey' Barsit Betty Vasi- I '
Spenser Despoditil
lake,Ruth Criss, Betty Townsend, 'thought Hope was Pretti fun funMembers
Members funMembers of the Fort Kobbe Of.
&ere Wives Club this week com- Loraine Dustin, Frances Gilbert, ny and almost all of his snow en.
pleted p'sns for I gale DesPedida Isabella Santos;Marty Saunders, tertaining, particularly the por pordance
dance pordance to be held Friday evening Clara Blasingame, Nancy- W i 1- tions devoted to dancers. Stickonts
hams, Phillis Cardwell, Olivia Upp' were the. air flights of,,Ulailova
at the Kobbe Officer's Club, The
farewell party will honor nearly 50, end Viyian Ralph,, and a cornball; but Jramatit
couples scheduled to leave Pane- A.so ,assisting were Sergeants Spear dance by a likranian
ma during the next few months Dennis ,A4 ;Saunders, ,samuei C. troupe.
and will'leature the music of 'the Blasingame; Fre0 R Campbell, ',7
locally popular Lucho Azcarraga Charles E, Perry, and Charles E, If I were to quarrel with the
and hi band from 8:30 until af. Webster.. 'John Vasilake Jr, also show on any cOunt, .it would be
ter midnight. , assisted, 14 v, to comp ain that, it flitted about
; Prominent among th., 4 to ropitily that there really wasn't
- Kobbeites are Colonel and Mrs, Cleat in Bats& Painting : enough time to digest some ot the
Robert W. Garrett and Lt'Colonel Starts Friday in Margarita pertormances. Too, some of the
and Mr;,:IttlF11,Li Rose, Post The bate painting class sponsor- cfrmera work was inadequate
, Commander ,and Deputy P 0 t, ed by the Cristobal Woman Club where daneers were involved, los losi
i losi Commander, respective y. The at- will begin this FridaY at 7:00 PIn. ing performers and shooting from
tractive,- air-eenditioned Kobb in the Margarita ,Clubhouse. There unimaginative angles,
Club will be gaily decorated in a will be a series of ,eight lessons All la all though, a.' pretty' sat sat,
, sat, ,"Boy :Voyage" theme befitting the d, on Friday evenings with Ar-' itytng show antt I don't see how
occasion. thur Illokray instructoN The Hope can top it unliss he does
sponsorship of the "Despedida" cost -of the entire course will be his next shosij from the moon.
represents an extension Of the al-1 eight, dollars,' ,
r,?' resttly bosy schedule of the Kobbe Anyone interested in attending' Sunday's NBC-TV "OmnibuS"
Wives' Club whose activity in the the ClaSses may eall Mrs, A, Metz tackled Christopher Fry's "The
sociel field heretofore ha been gar at 543 or Mrs, E. A. Dyer at Lady's Not for Burning." I sup
confinel to strictly distaff func- 3-1315.,- pose the easiest way to separate
tons. .1f the AnticiDtited record a ik tar; tit
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Berger, Audrey-Barsit 'Betty Vasi- k . lk '
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Loraine Dustin, Frances Gilbert, ny and almost all of his snow en. -.
Isabella Santos;Marty Saunders, tertaining, particularly the por- --
Clara Blasingame, Nancy- W i 1- Lona devoted to dancers. Stickouts
hams, Phillis Cardwell, Qlivia Upp' were the air? flights of ,Uladova 1
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this evening at 1:30 in the Sacred .,,, a. .. 0. Nis qi
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in Panama an,1 h the Zone. PACIFIC SIDE TEEN AGEES, holding informal discussrion on their organization' duribg work work,
, work, --- ing hours at the club. The building on La Boca Road is being converted through the efforts
4nnounci Birtit ', '. of local volunteers in preparation for the fund-raising Teen Ball. scheduled for April ,18;
Of Daughter : ' Conferring with the group is vic.lierr (left) PIA liaison officer to-the Teen Club:- .,
Mr, and Mrs John 'flare of Eal-1; I , k ''''"-- I .- , ' ':
boa have announced the birth of ' - , '. ', ,',, ,,,, A, : ,, .,,,,f, ,,
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a daughter, Cynthia Alison, born -, ,, i A It
April 7 at San Fernando Clinie in Pactftc Side Teen Age,. Litib HaTO.Group Ready
Panama; The baby is their fifth ,, s , , , ' ',., i, ' i -' ,,, : ' ''..' -''', ''. '''' '.- '' ' i a 1 '
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, The Pacific Sidi Teen Age Club
w!ll hold a gala dance to raise
the: funds requfied to complete
the Pacific, Youth Center Club
on ra Boc'a Road,. on Saturday,
April 18. at the Youth' Center.,
Tickets are On sale at $1.00, and
in addition to- being able to
dance from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. to
the music of the' ever popular
Lucho Azcarraaa and Al Martin's
Hey Cats, a floor show svill be
provided ard a' door prize eon eon'
' eon' sisting of a illver tea service.:
GoV.' William' B.,' Potter, who
bas been a staunch supporter of
the Teen Club all along has ex exPressed
Pressed exPressed his regrets that- he will
be unable to attend' the booster
dance as he will ,be in,Washing in,Washington;
ton; in,Washington; HOwever, Lt. Gov.- and Nits.
Arnold will be present. Also in invited
vited invited as guests of the Teen Club
are Mr. and Mrsiletr ronova'n
and Mr. and MrS, $igurd Esser,.
Tne conversion iof the Old glit
vanized iron shed into a, rnor,f rnor,fern,
ern, rnor,fern, comfortable recreation, een eenter
ter eenter for the .pacific side yotith is
being accamplishedaS a corn.
1 munity,:, project. B,ettred em employees,
ployees, employees, tradesmen, architects
and the:teenagers have done a
bang up job in creating this cen
ter. Contractors. merchants and
the National Brewery lave been

Fry' writes with a T0006 self selfconsciousness,
consciousness, selfconsciousness, trading in elabor,
ately ornate phrases, dealing in
ready-made off-the-rack Verbal
tricks that pass among the fierce fiercely
ly fiercely middlebrow as "poetic" thee theetre.'
tre.' theetre.' fle is a gymnast, turtling
metaphorical somersaults for no,
reason at all. He runs oft at the
mouth and,is notsso much inter interested
ested interested in ringing drama, .as 4 in
mesmerizing his audience.
.
,
The truth- is his "attempts at
"p e t r y" are uncomfortable:
"What' light can we see, here?
Nothing but the flakes' of drifting
fear.", If he starts a speech with
a reference to winter, lt's.100-to-1,1
he'll end up with an obviously bal balancing
ancing balancing reference to s m e r.
There was one especially absurd,
passage Sunday that began with
'You caught me in your pet of
eccentricity" and encled up with
something like 4'. .and landed
me 'with despairing gills..." To
which I say, ugh. --: 0,"
,
;I woald say that working with,
the stkky material it had, "Omnibus"-
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generous to the extreme in don donating
ating donating material for this project
and, refreshments for the work workers.
ers. workers. Approximately WOO worth
Of material has come from dona donations,
tions, donations, ,, ;- I
The Teen 'Club is grateful tor
tne asssitance they have receiv received
ed received and would also, appreciate
donations Of fitrniture, kitchen
utensils, gamea and books, to
'start, a library it the center.
Anyone -desiring to contribute
any of thees articles is requested
to contatt Pete Monaco at tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1331.,: bress tor the
booster dance Is entirgy option optional.
al. optional. Hambrrgers. hot clogs. soft
drinks and coffee will be on sale,
The purchaser of a ticket does
not have' to be present to Win
the door prize.
ProOf that the 'Pacific Youth
Center will be headouarters of
the youth Of the ,'Paelf4e Side ,is
ths fact that 'nn, Saturday., A tyril
19th, t h e, Teenage k Baseball
League will have. a covered disk
supper there. When the buildinel
is completril the tseriagers
he Able to have their' lunches1
there and kela's in pleasart.surroung'ir-s
until time to get ,back
tO school, 1
duntion ;adth 'Christopher Plututper
and Mary tre carrying the prin.
cipal burden.
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'rhe NEC-TV opera company,
Sunday attacked 'Mozart's ,"Cosi
Fan Tutte an oPeratic 'Piece of
follishneps 'ideally suited totelevi
sion six characters, a Tom
Thumb plot end pee ee settings,
It was an admirable piece of bus business
iness business all round and only one small,
complaint occurs to me:. if we are
to have operas in English, we're
going- to have t9' do .something
about the artieulatien of the girls.
Male singers can be' understood
fairly-well, but tilt gals, when
they're' shrilling. out ,those high
notes, might, as well be singing
in Swahili. ,, ,
The Ch;ntiet Swim: CBS-TV's
"Twentieth. Century" is getting
its lease renewed for next season.
"ESP" looks certain to go in as
a summer show for ABC-TV, may.
be in the Friday night Frank Sin
atra spoC.The NEC-TV "Grouch
Marx" show will return on Sept.
25 in the, current "It o s e a r-y
,Cloonev"- Thursdai s'ot. "Rotivb
Riders"' looks almost certain for
a berth on ABC-TV netx fall.

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Planning ()Nun heattplarters at
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gestions suggestions concerning future Nok NokTO
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will take over defense 0f the
strategic thoroughfares through
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tack yital western shipping

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IF you ant to get rid of an in inferiority
feriority inferiority complex, one of the first
steps is to toss aside contradicto contradictory
ry contradictory aims, says the writer of one
of the latest self improvemert
books.
Fine and dandy, except when
' You are trying to- make a home
for an aged parent and for a hus husband
band husband and a house full of children4
You find you can't keep -everybody
happy with three generations
under one roof. So who do you toss
out, the parent or the children
, You find it necessary to go to
work to supplement a hudband?'s
pay check and you want to give
your best to your job and your
best' to the job of homemaking.
Which do you let slide?'
Your aims conflict with your
husband's, how to do you decide,
who is right and whose aims have
to be tossed overboard? '-
YOU ate trying to make a- go of
a second marriage but dind that
you, are. torn between trying -to
keep from- a second marriage fail failure
ure failure and trying to protect the chil children
dren children from what you) eons, d'e r
harsh treatment front the stepfath stepfather.
er. stepfather. Do you risk the marriage to
standbehind the kids er sacrifice
the happiness of the children to a avoid
void avoid quarreling with with their
stepfather?
YOU? worry about yoUng child
if you ieave them to go on busi business
ness business trips with your husband. But
, you also worry about not being

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except 'Monday
0010 REYES and
PEPITA ORTECIA
3panish dancers ,:s
' ith
" Oarence Martin's
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Betty IMIN011 Singing
Anoland Diaz, playing
the piano and ainging.
at intermissions,

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a goo wile if you refuse to go
with him. Which do you decide
to put first, husband or children?
Thes?t are some of the prob-
kma women write about. And I
don't think they can solve them
by any simple aet of will fpower.
Compromise is usually the only
answer. And if comprimise gives
you an inferiority complex well,
then you can comfort yourself
with he thought, "I'm doing., the
best can." -
And any woman who la 'doing
the best she MI has no business
feeling inferior because that best
is far from perfect.

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Club where danders were involved, los-
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metz tackled Christopher Fry's "The 11 I
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pose the easiest way to separate sr I
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' '' ''''' '''''''''''', 3 Nonstap Flights Weekty to logital -
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4 bout 300 wcddini
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' the receiving lin
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.' pantiles. The tra
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Mrs. Mary Bela
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, '1164th. AAA, BO.
.. Kohhe Officarte
' Sponsor Dospodi
Members of t
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,ii, pleted p'sns for
o' dance to be he
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' farewell party v
, coupies schedub
ma during the
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lOcally popular
and his band fl
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l':',: in Panama an,' i'l the Zone. PACIFIC SIDE TEEN AGEES,holdipg informai discussioft on their organization' durittg work works
s works s:.:.- -' : . .. ----, ... r in& hours at the club.- The building op La Boa Road is being coliverted through tit', efforts
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:!,:-, of Daughter ', 4'' '':. flmtPrring with tht4 irroutt ix Vie Perr (left) PYA IiiliSott tiffirnp teLthg To.. oir, ...-

, I Mr and Mrs. John 'flare of Balt -pr 7 k
i boa havo Announr-od thft birth of , A

a daughter, ,Cynthia Alion, born
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The pacific SidVaenecne Attie ratuse :einnegr,
t material for this project
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, :---',--::'::::'':'::''-':::'':':--;;:.:'!:'ri.::':'';':'::':Z.::::H:;;':::;;:,'';:"-"'4.::-::-:::::', 4 fieera and members on the pacific on ra soea Road,. on Saturdal, Of Material.has Come from dona dona,
, dona, ' ': -':::::::;'':'',..::':::1:::.':i':;-:--;::---:-,,.':::.:E'::-,,i,1:.::'6'ii-:::::::,..i;:::-:::t:t .. side. ,A, similar meeting wit nod April 18, at the Youth' Centern., -. tiOns,:,.i., ,,-- -':,,,, ..:1.:'. -;;.:.:1 -,S; .,..:. 7.
t, ., :':!::;.,.-.-.'',.::::.::;t.:;::.,..:::'::.-::..,.:...;:....:Vs;:-..-:::6:::-:::','-:::-..:.:::::..i.,::..:::-.:-..i.:::,,:a.,:aa:-....,....-:i:-.-A at the office of the. CIO id Camp ,:, Tickets are bn sale at $100,a a ',
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of receivof the ever popular ed and would 'Also, aPpreciate
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Other :matters :of Imoor!a nee ',will sisting. of
triclude the'election of representa-
' tives and alternates. :.. -.... :,
-ijk,',, --,.,-,:,,,.1.4',-,, : :::,. ; ..T: tas been a s
- iSociety of Military Engineers tides is reOueste
any of thees ar
. a., sliver tea sery,ice :,.::, Anyo'ne -des ring : to contributE
tat:Inch supPorter of
' Ooli' :11,7' illiarif ,' t,',' Potter, ivh
the Te!h .Club ,'-: b ss tor 'J thi
1 long bas ex-- Phone 2-1331... re ,
ci to contatt Pete Monac0 at tele.,
a.1,..114.t,n4 s.., .iin booster dance is entirely option:

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fit front the tour of interesting ---
homes and buildings Manned by Cristobal Woman's Club
tile Club and which will take place Meeting Set,For Wednesday
on Friday, April , The next regular meeting or the 1-
, To be visited are the modern Cristobal Woman's Club will be
Stemnct 'Office tuildin7 on talboa held tomorrow at g:00 p.m.'in the
, Aevnue where Mr. Calvin Stemnel Red Cross rooms in Crisional. l'Ire
architect; will address the'group; annual electron of officers will
the,Caideroti home in Fanania talta place at thU mectingA Coin-
ty, a fine example of o'd Spanish bo oi,Cristobal High School stud-
architecture; the Dr. Bertoti rosi ents will present an entertaining

arca 'musical program.



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, No, be isn't. Because the fragi and includes 17, extra base hits a a,,
,, a,, tured wrist suffertd by Harry mong his 26 safeties. ,-'
, (Suitcase) Simpson took a lot of Mickey Mantle, Elston Howard,
, joy out of the 20 to 1 walloping the Den larsen, and Bobby Del Greco
, Yankees handed the Philadelphia authored the other homers and
Phillies yesterday at Greensville, Mantle added three doubles and a
, S.C. It was the highest score run single in a five-for-five day.
up by any team this year and in- Lersen got back .in' the run runeluded(
eluded( runeluded( six homers. ''. P .,' ,,,, nine for tht opening day hurling
. Simpson's right wrist was frac- 'assignment by shutting eut the
. tured in the fourth inning when he ?hills on four hits for the seven
' ) was struck by a ,pitch thrown bY frames be worked. , 4
i Phils southpaw Curt Simmons. The Two other pitchers turned in sev sev,
, sev, wrist was placed in a cast and he en shutout innings yesterdayslohn.
will be out of action about four ny Antonelli of the San Francisco
' weeks. -He 'was due in New York Giants and Lindy McDaniel of the
'' today, for, further examination. St., Louis Cards. -, , )- ( ,
I (Simpson was a bust in lest Southpaw Antonelli, striving to
t Year's World Stiles. But the len- come back from a poor season,
r, ky Negro slugs what the players doled out four hits in his seven in
f t call "a long balln,'end Stengel flings as the Giants beat the Cleve Cleve-
- Cleve- has beim counting on the leftY' land Indians for the third straight
, t
, swinger to be ready for either time, 7-0. Paul Giel allowed two
! outfield or first base assignments singles in the last two frames while
.1 in' the lineeP legglintl le .cleer Jim King's solo homer, led the
t
, I to Casey's heart.' ' Giant attack. Tht Giants got a
The Yankees really slugged like scare when Willie Mays was hit
. the, "(Bronx Bombers" of old ill on the elbow by a pitch thrown by
yesterday's rampag and the lead rookie Chuck Churn, but he escap
ing man once again was Bill Skow- ed serious injury.
, ron. The former, Purdue- football McDaniel worked his ,s ev en
star slammed two of the six horn- coreless frames in the Cards' 8-0
, : ers, giving him a GraPefrult- win over the Chicago White Sox..
Leagut leading total of 10,frir. the 03rother Von McDaniel tnd Herm
spring --bicluding seven m tht Viehmeier cleaned up the five-hit'
., last five games. "The Moose" now' ter. Ray Katt's three-run homer
' has batted in 27 runs this spring led ,the, cards. ,
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Situlison' Suffers
Writ To' Take Joy Out Of'

By JOHN GRIFFIN
- NEW YORK, April 8 (111)) All spring long
Casey Stengel has been complaining that his New
'York Yankees "ain't doin' enough hitting," but now
that they have staged springtime's biggest slugfest,
is Casey happy?

FARM LEAGUE NEWS
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Teams Won Lost
Mutual of Omaha s.
Seymour AgencY Jr.' 1 3
Cyrnos '5, 4
Kiwis ,, 3 ', 5
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honored by the visit paid bt Mr.
and Mrs. Hu and M. Imnchous Imnchousty
ty Imnchousty However, in any 'competitioit
there is always a winner and a
loser. Mr. and Mrs. Hull were
much satisfied with the four Nt. I
points taken by their 'team. 1m 1mchousty
chousty 1mchousty was also satistifed with tne
fightim effort made by the mem-
bers of his team. M. Serna a n d'
Negron finished with the best
series' for the Ramblers with' 4Jo
and 378. For the Volkwagen team
it was J, Vasquez with 493 and e
Paoli with 382.
tiarlbero 3, Mercurio 'Jewelry
The 'winning -strez4.t that Mercu- di
rio had came to -a sudden ktop
when they met. Marlboro. Tony."
Fergo,' sponsoring: the Marikkpo
team; walked, in 'with his : team
and passed Pitt ciqarrets to every
player in the tournament and tct
the other- sponsors present.. ,Thel
walked out wttb three victories
taken. from the ""jewelers."
H. Hervey had the best eries
.whils F, Dominguez finished right :;'
behind with a 441. For MA.c.,rio 4
it was r. Hodge with 'a' 450 se.
rces aid, H. Cantu with a 430 se serieS,
rieS, serieS, 't
- Smoot and Paredes 2 -, 4,
Cervix& Balboa 2 1 .1
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Al:Altar trom Smoot Pare Paredes
des Paredes was present to I see 'his team :11
split with Cetveza Balboa.,, 13..s.
Morehouse' had a '479 Series, and',
J., TreVido finished with, o 35q se6
'ries for the ?1,,and ,1W." TorreS..
finished with' a 441 and W.' 'Me. r,
Comas had. a 408 ,series ',for the'..11,
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and 16,.. First half winner, S
mour Ageney Jr, will meet sec-
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Mutuars 'catcher M.' Harring Harrington
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Don larsen, and Bobby Del Greco
authored the other homers and
Mantle added three doubles and a
single in a five-for-five day.
Larsen got back in' the run running
ning running for tht opening day hurling
'assignment by shutting out the
?hills on four hits for the seven
1 frames he worked. , 4
Two other pitchers turned in sev seven
en seven shutout innings yesterdayJohn,
ny Antonelli of the San Francisco
Giants and Lindy McDaniel of the
SLI Louis Cards. ,
Southpaw Antonelli, striving to
come' back from a poor season,'
doled out four hits in his seven in
flings as the Giants beat the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians for the third straight
time, 7-0. Paul Giel allowed two
singles in the last two frames while
Jim King's solo homer,, led the
Giant attack. Tht Giants got a
scare when Willie Mays was hit
on the elbow by a pitch thrown by
rookie Chuck Churn, but he escsp
ed serious injury. r,
McDaniel worked his ,,s even
scoreless frames in the Cards' 8-0
win over the Chicago White Sox..
tl3rother Von McDaniel end Herm
Wehmeier cleaned up ,the five-hitter.
Ray Katt's three-run homer
led the, Cards.
In the other' exhibitions:
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Hank Aaron, who hit a right rightifield
ifield rightifield -homer off lefty -Johnny
Podres tarlitr In the g a m o,
'drove in the winning run with a
sacrifice fly in the eighth Inning
as the Milwaukee Braves down downed
ed downed the Les Mleles Dodgers, 3-2.
, Jim Lemon drove in thret runs:
two with a homer, to lead t b t
Washington-Senators to a 7-3 win
'over Cincinnati despRe back,to back,toback
back back,toback ninth inning hopers by Frank
Robinson and rookie Vada Pinson.
Ronnie Kline became the third
Pittsburgh pitcher to go the full
route, allowing the Boston Red Sox
lout hits in a 4-2 victory.. ,,
tond the Baltimore-Chicago CO
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Prince Johnson visa scheduled
for 'his first PO1181114 workout
today in proparatlen I for, his
tan-round featura bout with ex ex'
' ex' bantamweight champion Melvin
Bourne at tht. Natianti G y m
Siniday, , ,
Johnson, mho l'arrived -bore
, with his t rinalier yesterday,
will spar ,with Tito Marshall at
the National Gyjrn at 4 s'clok
this afternoon, 4 ,,t,
,Tbo 22-roar-old Negro dropped
'a decision to'former world 126-
pound champion Willie Pep last
weak' Monday at Nellyek e,
Mass., In ,kis last Stateside sp sp.
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WilinOr 14 times, while losing four
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man Lehman '(6). and Triandos. Winner
Johuson. Loser Hillman.. RR--

At Columbia', S; C. (12 Inn.)
N.Y, (A) 000 100 001 000-- 2 4 2
Pha. (N) 000 000 200 001, 3 9 3
Sturdivant, Grim (9) and How Howard,
ard, Howard, Johnson (4). Semproch, Mil Miller
ler Miller (8),,Hacker (11) and Lopata.
Winner Hacker. Loser-Grim.
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:At San Antonia, Top. (10 Inn.)
San F.' (N),.140 100 100 2 9 14 3
Cleve. (A) 200 000'230 0-4. 7 7 2
' Monzant, Giel Constable
(8), -Crone (10)- and Thomas,
Schmidt (10)' Mossi, Tomanek
(2), Wilhelm (5), 4 McLish : (8),
Thomas (8), ; Woodeschick (10)
and Naragon, Brown (9).. Winner
Constable. Loser Thomas. Hrs
--Mays, Doby, Kirkland.

At Houston, 'Pin.
Chgo. (A) 011 011 000-- 4 6 1
St, L., (N) 000 000 010 1 6 0
Donovan, Howelli (8), Staley
f8) and Lollar. L. Jackson,. Mut Mutfett
fett Mutfett (7), Clark (9) and Landrith.
Winner -- Donovan. Loser -- L.
Jackson. 'Ms-- Beard, Donovan,
Torgeson, R. G. Smith.
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Mika. (N)k a 103 000 100 5 '11 8
Los Ang. (N) 600 301 01x-11 13 0
BUrdette, Trowbridge (1),' Rob Robinson
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' The Panama Major Softball
League playoffs between the
Sotto W and,Kent teams waget
underway 4 tomorrOw afternoon
at Santa Rita ballpark at 410,
vith tht int game, of a threeout-of-five
series. :
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Bolte undet inanager y91-
lie ParAlls,' suf1ered ,mone
defeat during the regular sea seal'
l' seal' tiOn to end Op with a remarks remarksble
ble remarksble 10-1 'record. The club's' on:.
ly setback was suffered at the
' hInds of Kint, which droPPed
'only two contests -:- both tit
Bolte W.
Sportsman' Felipe Motta,.,
throw out the first ball tp get
the aeries off. panama Fire phief
Raol,Arango wilt be at the' plate
to swing at lifotta's
ritchr ,Zddie
twice:stopped Kent kluring, --the,
regular campaign is expected to
be, Parcells!,:mound Selection

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'Kent will counter with Mac
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Lane, the, iron man pitcher
who is the only flinger to beat
, Bone W this year. Lune drop dropped
ped dropped two games on the season,
, and both were to Boite
tig hitters for Boitt NT are
Tun Peterkin, Edgard Parris,
Fred Morgan and Alfredo Far Fars
s Fars Patna Reyes; Manuto Santo
Bertle Williams and Eddie, Pues Puessy
sy Puessy supply the power, for, Itent.
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iillantic:Teenage,-
top'Pltilc Supper
Tomorrow Afternoon,
Tomotrow there' will be, 'a pienic-supper
at the Knights of ,Co ,CoJumbos
Jumbos ,CoJumbos Sohio in Margarita
and 6 p.m. for all.the boys who
participated in the past seaso
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The Me1111 will consist of the u usual,
sual, usual, -hamburgers,. or hots dogs,
baked, beans, salad, ice cream, anu
plenty of soda. :
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Parents of the boys,' are 'also
cordially, invited.' However,- they
will "be. charged fifty tents each
for their dinnerS.I- There is no
charge for any of thteplayers,! bur.
it 'is requested' that eall the
boys not playing 'for the .vnrir
All Star series bring in ther clean cleaned
ed cleaned pniforms. at this, tint&
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1,4-This year's dinner is in honor of
the thre.?, tithe champions..113uick,'
and their mangers;',. Mike, Oreene
and 11'1 Sanders, who haVe' becti
their leaders during the ,sev en
yeart of Pony-Teen-Age' baeball
on the Atlantic side,'
Batting Averages, for- it.' 'top 15

'AB H Ave.
,:45,. 22;1.-488
, 47 21 447
,'; 46 18 ,',.391.
v.: 34 ,12 ',335
41 "1.3,17
54 17 ''s.315
148 ',14 .292j
, 15 .2681
50 15 .266
48 13 .265
42 11 .2621
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46 1.12 ,.261'
-43 11 :156
. :25 ,11 6 '..240
22 5 .227

NEW ,' TIAVEN,,' Conn. (UP)
Lane e Larson,' 171-year-old
schoolany from Los ,, Angeles,
emerged, today as America's hot hottest
test hottest young swimming prospecVoff
periormanct. 'in the 'National
AAU championships'.
Murray Roe,'19,,., and Jon .11en .11enricks,
ricks, .11enricks, 2z, both plympic champions.
from Australin, were the top scor scorers
ers scorers irk the three day ,competition
which, ended Saturday,, night at
,Yale!,s,-Payne Whitney :exhibition
pooh,. They led theofour-man Vni Vniverty
verty Vniverty of Southern California
freshman team to the. team cham championship
pionship championship by one point over the fa favored
vored favored New Haven Swim Club.
While Ros and' Henricks were
expected to do well,.., Larson was
a surprise. He led qualifiers in
both the' 100-yard .reestyle (49.5
seconds) and the 100-yard butter butter,fly
,fly butter,fly (54.8). 1
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In the evening finals," 'Larson
won the freestyle final in the iden identical
tical identical time 49.5, one oot in
;ront of Roger Anderson of the
New Haven SWim Club.'" Then,
witty W.) a short rest, both he
and r. Tony Tashnick Lot Michigan
were,: clocked in 54.3 secorids,'
equalling the. Ameritan record, in
the butterfly final.,The judges'
gave, t,he, verdict tq:Tilshnick.

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'NEW' YORIt .(IJP)---, The signs
pointed toward keening the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati ,Royals'. franchise' in Cincin Cincinnati,.today.
nati,.today. Cincinnati,.today. with the decision due
at a meeting of the Board of Gov Governors
ernors Governors of the National Basketball
Asseciationtimight.:,

4 .2921 Although Norman Shapiro of
tentative agreement with Royals'
5, .268 owners on a sale including a shi t
, to that, 'city, sentiment among
' Lu' league officials seemed to be fa fa3
3 fa3 .265 vormg staying in Cincinnati.
onight's meeting, with' each of
league's eight clubs represent represent22:61
22:61 represent22:61 l'eth'dTelis well as league .President
4" Maurice Podoloff, -, will receive
6 '240 Shapiro's ,bid for the team a nd
t may, also receive ,two other. bids
.s,"" from Cincinnati (-and '?Cleveland
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DEPORTIVO BABY SALAS
MOVES INTO FIRST PLACE
' WITI1 DOUBLE WIN
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By HERBERT MOISE
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Dep. Baby Salas 6 2 2.750
Cafe Coolspot 4 3 .571
Powells , 3 3 -500
Herm.-Aohros 1 6 .167
' Riding high on the crest' of a
double. victory, tlie Deportice Ba Baby
by Baby Salas has taken over tempor temporary
ary temporary possession of first 'place in
the JRainbow City Open -Classific,ation
Softball League.
Mickey Robinson and his- boys
turned in one of the best defensive
games ever played this year and
also showcased. two veteran right-,
handers who. "bad In 'the'
first game, pitthed
himself into the Rainbow ,'City
Hall of rame as he hurled a thrill thrilling
ing thrilling one-hitter to thus avenge his
mates' humiliating ,loss by the
same one hit pitching at t h e'
hands of Herman Agard. The'Sa The'Salas,
las, The'Salas, team, completely.' outclassed
Pewells in the first, contest, but
in the second was as thrillinu as
could be expected. ,;,.
Ilitzinger had comfortable '5-01
cushion to work -on,from as early
as the third inning and plate lorl
the laurels of low-hit fan?, t the
-victoryf NV8S his from .that early,
in the contest.'
' In.,the second, game, Powells
titbit the Salas club but could pot
get' the clutch hit that could mean
victory,,Aside front that, their de defense
fense defense gumbled at ,the.inost inop inopportune
portune inopportune moments thus Aheir,' one onerun
run onerun defeat, 3 to : :
The game- reached its 'climax
at- the best moment iihei with
two down and the bases leaded in
the Powells', seventh, Sapp ,fourid
himself facing,: bne at Powells
Most potential hitteri, Hirman
Charles,,s'who fouled otit .to the
catcher to'end one of the'season's
most exciting games-.
f, LAS, BOWLING LEAGUE
ioyeria, Mercurio 17 ..,114
Cerveza ,Balbos ,11
T,a Mascota 12
Marlboro ,15
Smoot and Paredes 13ia 14,V4
Ramhler',' , '13 15 k
Pedelakil ;err, 11 17
Volkswage , 9 19

1 Rambler; Hull Meters 4
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,,' put in place quickly. But Larry does radio work now so
rred Haney, the Milwaukee inanager, finds his eomments
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nint beween the teams reoesent-'.
in( Mascota and Rodelag. it
was kidte decision in favor of Ira
Mascota, 3 to For Itodelaa E..
Montoya had garne.on 212 to take-,
over' the high galTie der)Artmnt;
but it was geod for one mint
ly. M. Nunez, 'back fr o m the
States, anchored, thii team with a
518 series ,while J. Segura had a
448 series. E. ,, Montoya ,finished
with 46''t ilodelv,' while
Davila turned in a 418 series.
PictUres were taken of the team
whose sponsors were,. present and ,,
the rest of the 'sponsors are ;,.
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Asseciationtonight.. ,,,,.. - : ... ,,, ,
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Although Norman l Shapiro of ., ,.,
tentative agreement with Royals' T..: .... ,
owners on a 'sale 'including a 'shi t ... I
to that, '1'city, f,sentiment among
league officials seemed to be fa- i,
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' Monzant,- Giel ':(8),''''. Constable twice, stopped Kent kluring-the,
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Donovat; Howelli (8),,' 'Staley -".'; ''.' -,.-''., ,.. .- ...' i . ,. .. ',, '' ,: ; . ' ". "i : -:. ',.;.
(9) and Lollar. L. Jackson, Muf- l'' tli hitters tor Boitt ,.. 421:,11 .262 i., Tonight's meeting-, 'with, each' of f..,.. N
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tiarlboro 3, ''M's'rc'or'i'e :Jo' we'lr I -- ''''ll 4
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ded out four hits in his 'Seven in '' , '-'''-,,-,,,-,.:4,, 1,-"-',0-,.,,,,,,,:". ,,,,,,..,,,,,, , --...,.,- ,, , .,, t , ,4111A41.111401k r At. ,' .,,,,,,,,04 1....ott:Itivalia:. -' le .:',,-,. iHngatiloc4n,e-hrhialmtenter attostehgtehulisluersaelvede..nbagyeth-rthilhiles- the
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are when Willie Mays was hit '-'-. -. ... . . ? . could be expected. .- .'
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'5"13 rces ard.H. Cantu with a 430 se- 1
l the elbow by a pitch thrown by ,-., ., ,, ., ,,., ,,,.,... ,..k: ,. ,-' . N,, , , ,, , : HilZinger had ,e, comfortable
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n over the Chicago White Sos. 0', eAtr-toistare'40,t.,:,,,. it,;00i). ', ', .'0 ;,25',i ....,,, 'Ai. ,I.,',.,,,,,,,,,,:,., ,, ,.:,,:,,...; ,,,:, i.. .. . ,-' -,, ',-. -' '' '. ''''' '.-', :' ; ' :''''' .' .,,': ',,. 2,',',,,---,:-:'.. , ,,. '. ,!.'",- : it the contest.' ' .,! : 4.- V ' ' '' ' ' 0 't
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ehmeier cleaned up.the five-hit,
' L an c e Larson,' a .17-year-old ,.
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' One 'cif the raps I:client Green- belped Lane' to get off the ground
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good ballplayers get away. Appar- shrewd dealer in ivory., ,
ently, his auceessor, Frank Lane, Minoso, of course, was one ot
agrees he'd bringing ...t b e M several Cleveland ,,,, rejects who
' back. '" came back' to 'haunt Greenberg.
, Ors( it was Minnie ,Minoso, -now Old Hankus Pankue was never per per.
. per. it's Larry Doby, Can,Lou Boud- mitted to forget he had traded the
reau be far Lbehind?; W thought fleet, colorful Cuban for Loa Bris Brisfor
for Brisfor Bobby Bragant the newonan- sic a 'pitcher" who didn't or
ager, ,to ponder,) POld Faces tif couldn't. To paraphrase the Bard:
' '58" is suggested as a :title for The bad 'cleals'' are never forgot forgot14
14 forgot14 Lane's initiaPproduction;of "'the ten, the good ones, neVer remem remem,.'ishores
,.'ishores remem,.'ishores of' Lake Erie; bered."),' 7. 4
Cleveland attendance nosedived Mickey Vernon' is another -Green
to 865,467 last year. Only the dis- berg blush. He WaS traded to Wash
, tnal Senators' fared ,yvorse. Iti '48 ington ,for Dick Welk ....and what whatthe
the whatthe Indians played to 2,620,627, ever, became, of him? ,, T h re e
'still a league record;-. That year years later Vernon ,was leading
thty had a winnerIsast year'ithe theleagneWhitting, the Indians'
staggered in sixth,, , firstlbaseman, Bill Glynn; wao hit
ting an explosive-243,,' Now yer yer''
'' yer'' 'Immediate 'prospects are forbid forbid'
' forbid' ding. The InAliallS have, aft indi- non is back, an' added tnetnber of
Lane',s Old Face of ;
' vidual attraction in Herb Score,
fireballing pitcher. Little
The will have done well if ,Ithey :
make the first division. In'the eh- 'A TEAM IN DECAY 1
' sence of championship ingredients., 1

.
' ni the bo.sterfice hook IloWever, MaY aPPear to oth oth,
, oth, with nostalgitw Music:' That Old ers. there -can 'be nothing about
Gang of Mine! Or yourt the Cleveland situation that is qv
Doby must be beginning to feel musing to the reaguet fathers. In
Iike an unguided missile in outer les3 than 10 year attendante 'ha&
, space, The Indians needed a short- fallen oft nearly 2 million. Iti '54
stoP, So they 'traded hint to die the team won 111 games, last year
quelt
White Sok for Chico Carras ,ordy 76. A ball club in decay? rl
- who promptly stopped short.'What- Worse,, there is THY assurance
ever Chico had that -made him- a thedowfiward trend will not, eon eon'
' eon' star in, Chicago he left. behind tinue.,Lane was eompetpt man
In a move to bolster offense, the but he must operate in a tight
,, Baltimore Orioles got DobY. ,plaer market, handicaPped furth furththe
the furththe White.'"Sok last December, te...er. by the legacy of an inadesuntP
He's' lite-drive hitter and scouting system. Vernon. 40,(,, be be.
. be. park is Made to order for hint': comes the regular' first baseman
enthused Paul Itichards, keePer .01, now thnt Vie Wertz. is injured. An An,
, An, the Birds ..','Nowp'of sdden, we other blow... ,
find Doby back in Cleveland. The' men back' of tile'. citifi, ire

. '' ' ''' ' ''''" boWever iniured to losing invesi
' '' AND VERNON., TOO .1' i ,
,.. , - merits, and in these days when el
, A cantt-Miss way tele crazy bi- en bad ball clubs can ', COMITIRD
, fore your time is,to try to rational- blvmonerelsewhere, the possibill
ize the cerebral irOPtilea of -base,- ty, of transfer must be 'recogniz
, ball people.' How,!,00 you-a quare What wag rumor, a year' ago cool,
' Richards' trithusiasni for Hobt in Nery ,well,' harden 'into reality thi
' December with' hie leacilness-,, to year,'Or'rlext.' Lane's tireles ener
dispose of 'him in April? ; It Mutt gy, 'and Score's.' fast ball may no
'.. be assumed he knew...whit he, was, be eneugh", tO,' held, the,. franchise.
's getting, and-further'i'was fully -sa- ,,',,,, ', i '', -, ',- -.. ,, --,:., ,. i
- tidied. -t, -.,, -- ' -, I,' .. ''. ',. ,"''''' --,' ;', s e' :,
To get Mitiosi; lane- gaVe up' Al
' Smith, outfielder; and Early Wynn orts':? ne s,,.
. ...
- pitcher. On therreceiving end' was sl,P., .,..:',,.., ,:, ,.. .,, .. .:, ,..,..:
' Al Lopez, who nan?ged theM' in , :,,. rr--t',:,-,:,, -; ;
' Cleveland when, they: had eXPan- 1 .. , .. , ,,..,
: sive'years. Most, managerthare OP- 4,, CALIFORNI1AN IN'FINAL i
,,
st timists by nature,,,Some even ,tend
- ; to sentimentality, ''- ' .! , 'MONTE 'CARLO, Monaco -(UP)
' Onegneas is,JIds Wasan 'eaSY 'Milril Arnold, former U.S. girls
' ; deal to make, and 'tha LoPez tennis champion ;from, -Redwood
' i., though he'd be the last to admit it City,' Calif.,- met Suzi Kormoczy
;" publicly --fedi he'll be able to get of Hungary today for 'the women's
'''''', snore out of 'the two players than singles title -Iti the', Monte- Carlo
' tie manager who followed him in International tournament. Prince
, Cleveland. Such exercises in fan- RaMier and Princess Grace were
'''' tasy ignore the :fact that a ball"- expected, to?atch thelnatch.,..,
. player's first loyalty is to his .av:- : ;' 4,- , .. 1 .,.
,
- erages,' - .. ISS .BR,,,DO, OH DEFEATED r,
i You could have Made book that ', M..
1 Lane would wind up with Mines.
JOHANNESBURG, Solith Africa
General managers are- not im(UP).-
Sandra Reynolds and Re Re,
, Re, triune to the virus of sentiment, nee Schuurnian of South Africa
'' either. In this instance, it'may not Won the women's doubles titles in
be absurd to include supersition. the South,African tennis champl champl.
. champl. Minos is a fading player, but he ,onships Sunday by beating Louise
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' : and, Shirley Bloomer of ',England,
" Ike 'To IhriwHOut ::.
4-6, 8-6, 6-3. : .1
. 4 1 0 li 1,,,ii'.---' , 195$ CNAMP TyRNS ,PRO ',
. ISI Dail -in' vpener -,., ,, , ,,-, ,, 7
. CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (UP)
1 Il I W k' Monday.'
,, ex ee
Little Joe. Campbell, the 1955 na nalonal,,intercollegiate
lonal,,intercollegiate nalonal,,intercollegiate golf champi champion
on champion while attending Purdue, turned
ent, pro ,today in it pro-amateur totir,' 1
'WASHINGTON' (UP)Presid nament. Campbell, 24 wound up ol
,
: Eisenhower will- throw out, the -
Ina amateur career in the' Mas- l
:, traditional first ball at-the Amer- ters atAugusta, Ga.- ' ,',
lean League baseball openernext', i ,. -, ,, :, : 1
Monday, between the Washington FIGHTER GETS LEAVE : i
', Senators and ;the Boston Red ,,, , 1.
, Sox, the White House allnoilned, '
, B U E N 0 S AIRES Argentina t
MondaY, ,,. '' ,. ', ', f1.1P)-- Pascual Perez had court
. White ', Ilouse Prese : Secretary permission today' to leave for Ca Ca'lames
'lames Ca'lames C. Hagerty told newnien races, Venezuela, where he will r
the President notified the Wash- defend his world flyweight cham- (
ington club Monday-morning that nionshio-against-Rainon.Arlas of 3
be would accept its invitation ho Venezuela April 19. A, court grant; I
be the opening day "pitcher." The ed permission to leave after' he E,
tradition was begun by President was involved in a fatal auto acci- NI
Taft in 1912. ridnt 9ntlirdnly 1.

musing to the liaguet fathers.. In ion 'for !refusing at tee nreag
kss than 10 year attendante 1hastwhile Ann Drake and Sera, Bueno
fallen oft nearlY 2 million. In 754, got two each for the( same infra infra'
' infra' the team won 111 games, last yeaf tion. Amat, an habituaL, bad actor
.oniy 76. A ball club in decay? r arthe gate, drew en indefinite
Worse, there is no' assurance suspension for. once motie refusing
thedownward trend. will not. eon- to start. ,
tinue. Lane -was a eompetpt man Julio Chandeck' was fined $10
' but he must operate in a tight br ,sending Sera Bono late 'to
:plaYer market, handicaPped furth- tho receivign barn. Julio Jime- 1
.er. bp the legacy of an inadestump nes, Lanero's trainer, received a
scouting systetn. Vernon, 40,(,, be- lik penalty for, siding his horse
,comes the regular' first baseman late to the receiving barn.
, now that Vic Wertz is injured. An- Jockey Heliodoro Gustines net netether
ether netether ted-a 410 fine for being, disresPeet
Th men back' of thel club', ful to assistant .steward Adolfol
finantially able. They. are not, Wolfscooh .11
however, injured to losing .invest- Identica, Buscapleitos, Camber Camber'merits,
'merits, Camber'merits, and in. these days when ev- well and El Pobreton have' been
en bad ball clubs can command rhiced under ', treatment at' the
blvmonerelsewhere, the possibill- riacetrack's vtkrinary
ty, (it transfer must he 'recognize The starter has ordered that the
What wag rumor a year' a'gocotIld following horses be sent to school schoolvery
very schoolvery well, harden hito reality this ing on Tuesday and Wednesday
year, r'nezt.1Lane's tireles ener- mornings: Del Vecino English
gy, 'and Score1,ir fast ball may not Wonder, Emily Mary, Gay Legend;
'be enough.' it.: held the franchise. Now, Then, Peter's Downfall, Not'.
- cion,'Sargyle. Victoria and Col.
4
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defend his worlellyweight championship--against-RamoL
Arias... of
Venezuela April 19. Av court grant granted
ed granted pe,rinission to leave after' he
was involved in a fatal auto acci accident
dent accident Saturday.

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Bill 1(erslice,
Says Gr:9ppling
'Just a tiobblti

By SCOTT BAILLIE
SAN FRANCISCO '(UP)---Wreit'ing
is just a hobby to Bill Kers Kerslake.
lake. Kerslake. the 312-pound titan of Amer America's
ica's America's amateur mat world, ind so
the professional promoters will
beckon in vain for, him -to join
their tarnival. -
-"I've had offers to turn pro but
why should asks Kerstakr in
a voice that is surprisingly thin
for a ,' frame A so fully packed.
"That would mean going from one
town to another and probibly not
making too much money at that.
Amateur wrestling is fun and 1
' intend to Iceep it that way.", :
Ile won his sixth consecutive,
AAU crown Friday night, posting
four straight falls be ore .Gordon
Roesler of Tu sa'S YMCA, held
him to a draw.
Kerslake also hung onto itheGreco-Roman
, championship 'Sat 'Saturday.'
urday.' 'Saturday.' During the four, days he
competed here he 'registered six
falls, one decision. and' waS
tc one draw. -"'
Bill's next stop Is Norman,
Okla., where an all-star United
States team opens a three-match
series with Russia April
Kerslake, 28, is well fixed in the
'grek matter department, having a
degree in t, chemical' engineering
from Case Tech., His regular., job
is with Ahe National, Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics ) in
Cleveland-Where he is on a staff
which experirnents with space 1
flight engines,
I3ig Bill failed to 'win a medal 1
during the 1956 Olympics but had
the satisfaction of being eliminat- :
ed by the eventual champion, Tur Turkey's
key's Turkey's Hamid Kaplan.,
Although he now weighs welt 2
over 300, Bill agrees that his best t
wrestlino weight' wou'd be around 1
280 or 285. -
' But that calls for an awful lot I

.
Guillermo Graell, Whol arrived
at the President Remen racetrack
too' late' to fulfill his' engagement
to ride CoronationtDay in Satur.,
da2esotirft race, Wait the only joc-1
,key uspended over,,,the Weekend.'
Several horses were suspenid'andl
fines Meted oi&to two trainers.
however.
't Julie, Presidnte and Gitarare
were set doWn 15 days each for
being.lame while YoYita and Mir Mirtino
tino Mirtino were suspended ler 21 days
each because they finithed. their
respective races' lame. ;
I Ecrget got a fourTmeet suspen suspenSion
Sion suspenSion Jor iwfusing at the break

r at-the gate, drew an indefinite
e suspension for once more refusing
i. to start. , ,
n Julio Chandack' was fined $10
it for ,sending Sera Bono late 'to
1.- the racoivign barn. Julio Jima JimaP
P JimaP nez, Lanero's trainer, received a
- lik penalty for, siding his horse
n late to tho receiving barn.
- ''Jockey Heliodoro Gustines net net,
, net, ted-a 41 fine for being, disrespect disrespecte
e disrespecte ftil to assistant stewfird Adolfo
, Wolfseooh at '
.
- Identica, Buscapleitos, Camber Camber-
- Camber- well and El Pobreton have' been
1 rticed under ', treatment at' the
- riaretrack's vtfrrinary cl'Inic.
The starter has ordered that the
I following horses be sent to school schools
s schools ing on ,Tuesday and Wednesday
mornings: ',Del Vecino English
i VVonder, Emily Mary, Gay Legend;
Now, Then, Peter's Downfall, Not'.
cion, Bargyle,,. Victoria, and Col.'.
leen's Wish.; 7 : -
, Itobert de la Guardia Jr., who
Plana ,,,to ship, his American-bred
two-Seanold colt Tutsie back .to
the I.LS. for racing, last Week 're 'received
ceived 'received ,another .0-bred two-yearold
called Aerial Trumpet,
-; lf this present, day. Aerial Trtim Trtimpet
pet Trtimpet is half as good as the Irish
throughbred of the same name
that raeed at the tow defunct Juan
Franco oval during the early thir
ties he Will bea howling,success.
'The- latter day, 'Aerial 'Trumpet
was so good that he ran out of loc local
al local competition find.was finally sent
to' the U.S. i ,, -.)
, -I -4-.00oy ,,
Jose Maria -(Chema) Quintero,
Who accodipanied Argentine racer
Singful to the U.S. last, week; is
f
expected to return to Panama this
week. Shied! was sold in the U.S.
for an undisclosed sum. ''

, The 'jockeys"- who will
cipate in the gentleman rideri
race May 4 at the President Re...,
mon racetrack ere hard at work
whipping themselves into shape.
Every morning several of them
can be seen galloping horses at
1 the track.
--pOpOr
Track officials are still awaiting
the arrival el wealthy turfman Ser SerPio
Pio SerPio Kohont his trainer Hernando
Gonzalez', jockey-Fernando "Toro
and Kohon's nine Chilean throughbr.-1s.
Toro is reportedly the lead leadinglockey
inglockey leadinglockey in Chile at present. He
has signed a contract to ride ,at
the President 'lemon track.1'" 1

1
,-11 U E N 0 S AIRES Argentina' the President 'lemon track.4,-
(UP) Pascual Perez had court ':' I 4--000--- ''' t'' t
permission today to leave for Ca- Next Sunddy's 53,000 added one
racas, Venezuela, where he will mile and one-eighth National Gua
defend his world flyweight cham- Classic should be a humdinger.
nionship-against-Ramon.,,Arlas,of Jalisco, which was easily beaten
Venezuela April 19. A, court grant; by Quickie' In '1-Tmalifying---44ace,t
ed pe,rmission to leave after' he Saturday scorched the local ovalj
was involved in a fatal auto acci- with a 1:38 1-5 mile. This makes 1
.
cknt Saturday. , him a co-favorite 'with Quickie,

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4A1410110NephOt

ri.Y. Grand Jury
To licsunic Probt
Of Boxing Today

NEW YORK (UP)-1-A New York
County grand jury was scheduled 11
to resume its investigation of ros-1,
sible- crime in b-oxing todsy with
testimony from several figares
the sport, including some fighters
Welterweight contenders Virgil' i
Akins and Isaac Logart 'were
among about a dozen persons who ;!
were handed summonses after
their March 22 bout at Madison
Square ,Garden, in which Akins
canke rom behind to score a tsit tsitroundtochnical
roundtochnical tsitroundtochnical knockout
The subpoenas were originally t'
returnable April 7, but Eddie Ma. 01
fuz, Lbgart's manager, said the
fighter might ,not appear before
the grand jury ,for several days.
.

Whatever,
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Happened to

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OE .DONCHESS
' ,.",
Joe. ponehess 'toughened up by
workufg in a steel mill for sev.
eral years beforb enrolling at the
University- of Pittsburgh ;in .1926
and Ile turned out to he a. real
man of steel for Panther football
teams in 1927.28-29. A rugged end
of block.buster proportions, Don Donchess
chess Donchess was a standout all the waY
and was named to the United
Press All-America id 1929 --, a
group that also featured Bronko
Nagurski.of Minnesota and Frank
Carideo of Notre Dame.-
Whatever happened to he Don Donchess?
chess? Donchess? 'Nov( 54, he is back in 'the.
steel mills as chief surgeon at
the Gary, Ind., works, of U.S.
Steel. A,bone crusher in his foot
ball days, hes rrow a top, bone
surgeon.

of training and road 'work,", he
smiles. "I love the wrestling but'
the conditioning part of it gets a,
little tiresome?.
"What's my best grip?"7 he
laughs. "My weight, of course."

tOPE3ET

:Coitradt) Slrgeant

which has run 1:39 for the eight
furlongs, and Menel, an easy win winner
ner winner in 4:38 in another qualifying
le-g 1
; The list of scheduled starteri
for the April 13 teeture.,arat Jas
' lisco 112 lbs, Mossadeq 112; Can Canfarina
farina Canfarina 112, Quickie 108,, Embas
112, Minuerulo 105, Monet 107,,
Guadalcanal 106; Hostigador 111
end Batallon 113.
' Gus 4Chichi) Moore, considered
by ,many as the bet jockey ever
developed at the old Juan Franco
track, was roundly applauded last
Sunday when his presence was an announced
nounced announced over the loudspealcer.
ghichi was scheduled to return to
the where he has made his
home for the last 20 years,':this
morning." ,,
Veteran'turfites still recall Chi-
ehi's impeccable rides atoard
Searle in the ,1034 Sweepstakes
and FlOrialli in the 1938 Independ Independence
ence Independence DaY Classic.

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nama 3-187 Cristobal 3-1673.

SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772..

Baldwin's furnished' apartmeets
Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.

FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
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Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.

Houses

FOR RENT ---,, New chalet, 3
, bedrooms livintdining room
mald's room Porch mod garage.
Corner Paseo Cincuentenarie
A and 7th Ave. Coco del Mar
(San Francisco). Tel; 3-1005.
y: FOR RENT Chalet three bed.
rooms, $175.00 Avenue 9 No.
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KnapP, E. O. Hauke and the
Federal poofing and Painting
Co. entered low offers n three
Pallanla Canal projeels on
which bids were opened t yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon ". at Balboa
Knapp, of Pallama City,
made a low offer of 520,553 for
the installation of four ,double
laundry trays in each of 'nine
houses In ,Santa Cruz and the
furnishing-and Installation o;
water healers 'in 25 lapartmenta
in Paralso i
- Other bids ranging frit 528.-
067 to $29,967 were received
from D111011 and Hickman, and
(Wright 'Brothers,-of Colon.,
Hauke, of Colon, was low
'with a bid of SIL414, for con con'
' con' verting four Balboa, Elmentary
-Echool classrcioms,..Inta...a spe-:.
cial, study sectiont for excep exceptional
tional exceptional children. The roomsi are
- scheduled tof be,', completed by
August 31' of this year in time
' for the opening:1V' the next
school term.

Other contractors entering
bids on this project were Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Constructors, Dillon and
Rickman, and Rogello Diaz in
partnership with Roberto Ouar

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there was,no ur er exr
by the Federal Roofing and
Painting. Company for the re- SIGN TRADE PA1
roofing Of the former -retail
4tore irt La-Boca. This building CAIRO (UP) '-- The
Is now being used as the Corn- Arab Republie and the Sc
Inissary Housewares,Warehouse. ion have signed a 10-milli
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Industries, Tilnidas, Wright Pro- exchange of Egyptian c(
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Calviho y Rover. here Monday.

Letters Tci 'Military Dictatorships
Pe'rilous For American Ambassadors

By DREW PEARSON
WASHDTGTOC-- 11.S. ambassa ambassadors
dors ambassadors abroad should be careful a about
bout about writting letters at least to
the chiefs of police of military dic dictator.
tator. dictator. The U.S., Ambassador to
Turkey, Fletcher Warren, wrote a
letter to the most hated man in
Venezuela which is now being play played
ed played up by the communist press.
Warren served as ambassador
to Venezuela, 1950 to '1956. Though
now in Turkey, he wrote a letter
Jan. 10,' just three months ago,
to Pedro Estrada, director of Na National
tional National Security for recently depos deposed
ed deposed President Perez Jimenez, con congratulating
gratulating congratulating Estrada,. oti putting
down a revolt.
Estrada, who' throv; more pito pitoplo
plo pitoplo in jail in Vanatuala than any
other man in recant years,

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FOR RENT Furnished two
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FOR RENT -- Small apartment,-
' one bedroom, completely fur-
' nished at San Francisco, $45.00.
Phone 3-2930.

FOR RENT Furnished. one
, bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Bellisario Porras

Kt RENT -- Clean and cam camfortable
fortable camfortable furnished apartment or.
room, beautiful -residential sec sec'
' sec' tion 43rd Street No.13.

FOR RENT Furnished one
bedroom modern apartment. All
conveniences, garage. 168 Via
Balisario Forras.

FOR RENT One bedroom a aparimeni,
parimeni, aparimeni, with stove, retrigera.
4 tor, hot water, air conditioned.
Campo "Alegre.' Tel. 3-7192,
hours 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.;

MUTINY SNIP
LONDON (UP),The, captain
pad first lieutenant were transferreltIonday-from-the
minelay minelaying
ing minelaying cruiser Apollo 'which 'had a
minor ,-"mutiny" last- month.
Forty sailors, who locked them themselves
selves themselves below decks and refused to
sail because they called the ves vessel
sel vessel a !dila ship" with too much
spit and polish, already had been
brought up on disciplinary
charges.,,The Admiralty said the,
transfers today of Capt. Stuart
Lombardhobson and Ms first lieu lieutenant,
tenant, lieutenant, Lt. Cmdr. Percy Brown,
were not disciplinary moves Vat
there wasno further explanation.
' SIGN TRADE PACT

CAIRO (UP) The United
Arab Republic and the Soviet Un Union
ion Union have signed a 10-million-dollar
trade agreement calling for the
exchange of Egyptian cotton for
Russian wheat, it was announced

f cradited with beatings and tor torture.
ture. torture. Ho bought his wife a $400-
Sa- 000 nacklate in New York, is not i
a- a popular man in Venezuela to toto
to toto day. Ha doesn't von dait sot
die- foot in Vanexua la. Ha and his
to chief, dictator Perez Jimenez,
e a have bean kicked out.
aY" Ambassador Warren's letter, of I
8: course, was written, before they
aur were Idcked out, but am asture Am Amugh
ugh Amugh erican observer J.-which an Amer Amertter
tter Amertter lean, ambassadoir is supposed to
,,,Igu, be should have known that 'Ve1.1a-
nezuela was not fan from the end i
Pus- of its dictatorship. Nevertheless. he, I
wrote the tdrrorist Chief of police.
l'ug on January 10.1.irpart aS follows:
'' "It would be nice if the four of
' us could sit down together...Willa
hY and I were surprised at the at ati
i ati t I tempted coup, but note that it was
rin, down successfully add quickly.1
11 I 4-rti I could come in and &cuss'
it with you. According te the Parisl
, papers ypii mugt have been very
I much on the job as usual.
, ,'My cordial and most resnect resnectful
ful resnectful greetings to your chief (dictal.
tor Perez Jimenez). Willa -, and I
' send him Our best regards for 1958
and trust ,it will' bring him his
' heart's desire."
' The ambassador's wishes didn't I
d brine dictator Perez Jimenez, bk
, heart's desire.' He was hicked out
, of Venezuela 13 days later.
t Communist newsnaners in Latin
, America are now nhotostating Am,.
1. bassador, Warren's letter, which
0 i obviously they seized in Pedro Es-,
1. I trada's files when they took over.
,- Ambassador Warren has serv served
ed served as ambassador In Paraguay,
e Nicaragua Varialual ,a and as
) chief of the South Ainorican Di Di,
, Di, 4 vision of the State Department.
" Hi should know batter than to
', virlttle,"fl,t241141 Yfrtr-18-e-
A lot of people in Venezuela, are
' also wondering bow 4. Edgar lloov
,.' ,' er happened to, make Pedro Es Esa
a Esa trada, the hated notice chief r
, 1 Venezuela, a special agent of the
--II DDT ..., ''''

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INTERNAL DS PUBLICACIONESNe. 3 Letters Pieria CASA EALDOCentral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACT-132 La Carrasnallle PARMACId. LOW
SARDONe 311 "II" Street Mottsilltssetit of July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICE...Ave. Tivoli Nth 4 VABMACI ESTADOS ONIDOS-443 Central Ave
VARMACIs Lintat Central Avenue nousmoim FSCRANGEJ Ite. de la OM Ave. Ne.41 FOTODOMTJnele Aresemena Ave. and 33 St PARMACIA
VAN-DER-NS-5d Street his. sti ireamectit enTusltonareno Wens I Street FAIIMACIA '11AS".Via Perms 111 NOVEDADEI ATMS amide
the Betts Vista Theatre. COLONt Central Avon e 12.163 Tel. 432

FOR SALE .-1 1956 Buick spo-'
cial, all power. Consider eider:,
, car part payment. Phone 87-,,.
5247 Ft. Clayton. ,
SALE -- 1956 ford 9
passenger Country. Sedan.. Ford.-
' emetic 'powersteering, radio.:
muny extras. 11,000 miles.
boa 2718.

1

FOR SALE 1955 Studebaker
commander four door sedan. Rs
dio and heater, two tone uieek
4 in excellent condition. $1350.
:00. Call' Balboa 2-4174.

FOR SALE 19,54 Chevrolet
convertible.' New top, radio,
heater, UM.' tires. Excellent
condition 1941 Ford, 4 door
$50.00., 'Phone Kobbe 3196.

FOR SALE -- 1950 Lincoln 4
Sloor sedan, Hydramatic. radio."
heater, Excellent condi tion.
' $300.00. Albrook AFL Phone t
86-7182. ,

, FOR SALE 1955 Dodge 4-
door sedan, 3 new tires, only
19,000 miles, perfact condition.
Call 1818 or 1819 Cristobal,

, FOR SALE 1956 Ford Con-,
vertible V-8, o d-h-matio
tranrmission, power' steering and
brakes, radio and other extras,
duty paid. Will take, 1954 as
trade-in. Phone Albrook 5240.

FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet,
tour door. radio, autooriatic shift.
Call 1-1741, house 8574, Coco !,
Bolo, Margarita. C.Z.

FOR SALE ford, late 1955e
9 passenger V8 country sedan,
' radio and clock. standard shift.,
7-6 ply .NV.S. tires, IOW mileage,
isthmus only. Perfect condition.
Call 2-2746; Can be linanced.
FOR SALE 1948 Chrysler
Sedan, $200.00. Call Fort Clay.,
''ton 6141.

, FOR SALE -- 19511 Chevrolit,
t new, to use, while on leave,
if arriving in' Miami ant rfe-'
, parting from New York, withk,
, buy option, torrosponsiblo, Calmat
Zone person only. Give details.
Box 480443 Miami, Florida.

FOR SALE .0-Zo Mercedes, lane. 2
.1957, low mileage., Black hard
; tow, Excellent condition) ,duty
iairL Tel. Panama 3-3181

Will pay spot cash for good tato
model ears. !hems all day Pan.;
' ama 2-4966, 2-2616 Autos Els Elsman,,
man,, Elsman,, next to Coca Cola Plant,

"AIRE

ameras

it. Will IL-,
PANAMA COLON

ri1
1 : TRANSIST611 1

ELECTRONIC
'FLASHGUN
temperatrs of thi sun
only $32.50
International. leivelry
455 Central AVe.
, Mall order phone ,.-2315

LIFE INSURANCE
call
RIDOE
General Agent
v Gibraltar Lite Ins. CO.,
for rates ancl Information
TeL Panama 2-0552

:EXCURSION
April 11 to 19, 195i
Fidanque Travel Service
, Tel. 2-1661

111,1119 ROUSE

s mins. from the ',heart of
San',-Jos6; Costa Rica ;
Completely modern conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private Hot and cold water.
,
fi!I Price,: $8, and $8 daily,'
..- with meals. -;
, floras riding, ;,
For reservations P..0.
Box 4459 ;',

Momootri Bill and Elenor Jaspers

-.

, FOR SALE Cabin Cruises,.
4 sl)ota K 46 feet long, twat en.
gin's. Sleeps ten piirsons com completely
pletely completely equipped.' Can be seen
at the Balboa Yacht Club. ,

I

. fit
,,The dual headlights on cars
may induce some drivers to give
to, drinking, ONEA.

ICIan

t;,:;i1,!..fl!!:rw:;.

NEW YORK (UP)--The South
has greeted the revival of the Klu
Klux. Klan with "intense, hostility r
and aversion," a report of the
Antidefamation League of Bnat c
B'rith said today:, i
"In virtually every southern
community the Kinn 1' has been
identified as a tool of violence
and lawlessness and as ,a move-
ment that constitutes ,more of a
, problem i than anything
else," the report said. It was pre prepared
pared prepared hy the organizations ne netional
tional netional civil rights director, Arnold
Forster. '
The report,' warned 'however,
that despite it ciecreasing influ influence
ence influence the KKK las a breeder of
violence and an incitement to tbe
worst criminal elements in at atciety
ciety atciety is not to be dismissed or
taken lightly.1'

The report said that since its
revival in 1955 as a result of schooll
desegregation tensions, the KKK
has shown "little effectiveness 50 50cially
cially 50cially politically."
"When it was revived! the
KKK's pOtentialities for significant
growth lay in its becoming part
of a broad coalition of pro-segregation
- forces," the report said.
"But the Klan has made no head headway
way headway in this direction and hat
found itself in a pocket of isola

,
The report said the Klah -was
disunited and "operating in a
piecenteal fashion without any
real leadership or cohesive iforce
an ridden with laptional
ries and corruption.' it added
that although the Klan as a tool
of violence has magnified the
problem of law enforcement, "the
recent recurrence of' bombings
(of synagogues) in Nashville and
Miami) will only aid in hastening
the KICK's ultimate doom."
The report did not specifically,
blame the Klan for the bombings
but said that KKK members, if
not directly involved, ,"indirectly
aided and abetted' thebombings.
' The league said the Klan was
rapidly losing what little influence
it.retained in the South. Citing
"best informed estimates,' the
report said the Klan headed by
Eldon Edwatds of, Atlanta, "has
somewhere between 12,000 and
15,000 members,' while the North
Carolina Klan has 2,000 to 5,000
members.
It said Ihartionrort147seven
other Klan organizations m the
South is believed to bave more
than 1,500 members.
The league said the Klan was
1"in; its ttleath throes" in Nmith
;;arolina; "torn apart by, bitter

,
- FOR SALE Hide a bad din dinIngram
Ingram dinIngram set, bamboo set, gas
, stove. Singer Sewing' machine,
, wardrobe 'living, Colon, TeL,
1381.

. FOR SALE ---, Modernistic cor',
, nor sofa; 2 pieces, preen: one
year old. Origins! co $120.00.'
$50.00, Cali Curundu 2286 or
leo st Curundu Heights house '''
'179, apartment PE": Gausin ;

FOR $ALE Parlor bamboo set
,,,, with cushions le vary good con.
slitionATalophone

Vofficat taps blinds, gme and
'allow, now condition, bargain,
phone Balboa 3171r

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LkOd Of.:As..: 13,-r:i(1 ii:'..10

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NEW' YORK (UP)--Technicians
who man radio microphones and
television cameras staged a na nationwide
tionwide nationwide strike against the Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Broadcasting System yes yesterday
terday yesterday but hastily-briefed woekrs
were drawn from other depart departments
ments departments to try to keep the network
,
A total of 1,300 persons em employed
ployed employed to handle the technical end
of broadcasting and television
walked off. their jobs at 1 p.m.
EST in' a strike for wage ire.
creases. Picket lines were set up
immediately outside CBS radio
and Tv facilities in New, York,.
Hollywood and San Francisco.'
The network serves 200 TV 'sta 'stations
tions 'stations and 201 radio stations.
s CBS employes were taken from
their jobs in press information 61-1
fices promotion and advertising
departments and other sections to
serve emergency duty running tcl tclevision
evision tclevision cameras and film nrojec nrojectors
tors nrojectors and manning control booths.
The strike was called against
CBS-owned TV stations in New
York,' Los Angeles, Chicago, St.
Louis, Hartford, Conn., anbd Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, and CBS-owned ritdio sta stations,
tions, stations, in New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, Boston, Los Angeles and
San Francisco; ,
'All the other 'stations covered
by CBS are affiliates but are not
owned by the network.
Radio service was disrupted for
a few minutes in San Francisco
and Louisville.
' CBS cancelled thi live drami
scheduled for "ptudio One" at 10
p.m, EST. It replaced Dane Clark
in"TheEnemrwithifit-wtttf
filmed rerun of previous play,
"The Deaf Heart," starring Piper
Laurie.
The 2 p.m. TV show, "Beat the
Clock" was replaced with a
filmsd version of an old show. Art

Miscelloneolis

FOR SALE -- Cortina Phone
Spanish course on rotor& Otat
, finals, new $35.00 2-1514.

FOR SALE Cable-Nelson
Spinet piano. Blond wood ( lika
maw., Quartani El. Q a rep
Heighm- Phone. Quarry Heights
4141L ", '

FOR BALI Two silver fox
furs. 46-47 2nd Avenue (Bells (Bells.Vists).
.Vists). (Bells.Vists). Tel. 3-6916.

FOR SAU 2. trombones, 1
In fair condition. Balboa 2-63FS
Orin Sadler. -;

FOR SALE 4 Bargain! I
plate Collier's Encyclopedia. Al. 1-
so 39 ) Harvard Classics,,. Phone's'
37478 Panama.,

SMIMMO.E

AG AWARDEES--Col. C, A.' Beall Jr,VSARCARIB adjutant general, congratulates two, AG Sec Section'
tion' Section' employes on, awards they,won under,Project Paydirt for submitting 'improvement ideas
which were adopted. Francisco Sinchez, a mimeograph operator, who takes his home at 602
Ninth Street, Perim). City, suggested installing ',directory for use of visitors to Fort Atnador
headquarters, while Miss Carmen R. Recuero's idea concerned a uniform,visitot's pass for all
posts which reduced printing coats. Mist; Recuero, a clerk-typist, lives at 30-72 Mariano Arse Arsemena
mena Arsemena Street. (1.1.S. Army Photo), : ,

factionalism",, In South Carolina, other throng
Alabama and Florida; "Iyinlg dor- report said.
mant" in Georgia and had met
"statewide hostility" in an unsuc- 'The old 0
eessful effort to penetrate Vir-, words are,n1
ginia., , cause all kla
"Klansmen are shooting rach to, each othe
other in Alabama, suing, each oth- tions are nu
er in Florida and criticizing each and elite?,

other throughout the South,' the
report said,
, ,
'The old countersigns and pass passwords
words passwords are, no good any more be because
cause because all klansmen are strangers
to, each other and Klan 'organize 'organizetions
tions 'organizetions are multiplying' like rabbits
and elite?,

,
Link letter's "House Party,"
scheduled for 2:30 p.m:, was re
Vaced :with g film- about the

.
The only bther live evening
shors were news, and weather
Several stations broadcast local,
programs instead,, of ne t wor I(
shows., Among them were WHAS1
TV at Louisville, Ky., and KPIX-1
TV in San Francisco. -
A total of 800 workers went out
on strike in, New York, ,and 350
in' Hollywood, The' others were
scattered across the country..
William C. Fitts Jr., CBS vice
president in charge of labor Teta.,
Itions, said the strikingntecluticians
had been offered a 712 per cent
, wage increase spread over a 212-
,1 year, period. He said this would
I make the base pay atter three
years of service 8185 a --'week.
With overtime, he ,said,,, most of
the technicians woultL average
more than 810,000 a year. ,,
'The technicians pay now scales
!from $9250 to $175 a week, with
most of them getting the higher
figure. .,,

nfluence;
In Sotith

,NEW FIRM BUYS ,
WHITE PLAINS, 'Y. (UM'
,
Tri-Rotor, Inc., a new firm, Mon Monday
day Monday announced purchase of the
tri-rotor pump business -of Yale
& Towne Manufacturing Co. for
an undisclosed price. Headed by
Leo S. Nikora, founder of Cue
Fastener Corp., the firm' occupy
a one Atory plant in ,Torrington,

CH ETRE GEWCONTRACT

' WASNINGTON (UP)tbrysler
Corp.' has been. awarded ArmY
contracts totaling 17,504,592 for
new trucks, it was announced
Monday.

THYS EPACE 13 FCR EAU'
FOR 1NFORMATIOts1 TELEPHVa 2-0743

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
, -BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CI.

- Illotorcycles

FOR SALE --Motor cycle A.J.S.
SOO CC hvin Model 51 a-I con conBal.
Bal. conBal. 2-243E.

.WALLIT -- Lost bmWeen Bal.
boa and Limits. Valuable pa-
, pets and pictures. LCall Ansa Ansadoe
doe Ansadoe 4127. Reward.

111

, WANTED Three, bodroom
thalat and two bathrooms. Call
phons 34512.

WANTED --k Frequency coma
verter 25 NI 60 cycle.. 3 kw;
110 or 220 volt; single phase.
Call Balboa 2-6335.

iegal Beer Bijan
Cth Atiel'Idment 2!

0

,
CHICAGO frIP) --,,The I8th
Amendment, variously called a
moble experiment in prohibition
and the, ankindest cut against the
thirst of the American people, be began
gan began to sink in a tide of beer just
25 years ago today. 2,
When April 7, 1933, was just a
minute old, beer containing 3.2
per cent of alcohol by volume
became legal after, it 13 year
drought, Congress ,had approved
the 3.2 brew, as non4ntoxicating,
and- the ,;deluge that finally
drowned the ,dry amendment be began
gan began tit rise.. ,,,
, Eight 'months later, the amend amendMent
Ment amendMent was repealed and the speak speakeasies
easies speakeasies threw open their doors.
But the controversy remained.
The continuing questions about'
liquor showed in 'Abe reaction of
the Women's Christian TennIer TennIerance
ance TennIerance 'Union to the 25th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of beer's return to respect respectability.
ability. respectability.
Something Far Worse

,
? '1 wish we Were celebrating the
38th anniversary of the 18th
Amendment instead," said Mrs.
lit
' Ft Poweil, national' treasurer
6 'the Wall...1 ',
' he quarter century .since' re rePeal,
Peal, rePeal, Mrs. Powelltaid,,bas shown
that the claims, advanced for re repeal
peal repeal were wrong. It has produced
more problems than, prohibition,
she said. ,- ,,
' Repeal only increased,,the gang gangsterism
sterism gangsterism blamed on the dry era
and substituted "something tar
worse" the cocktail lounge

NEW YORK, April 8, ,.
A "totally destructive" eirt h hquake;
quake; hquake; described as one, of the
most powerful in history, shook
an area 'tentatively pinpointect be between
tween between Fairbanks and Nome, Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, yesterday. ,-
The quake was se violent it
, broke five seismographic instru instruments
ments instruments at .the Lamont Geophysi Geophysical
cal Geophysical Laboratory at Piermont, N.Y.,
and knocked sever4 needles off
the seismographic char ts at
Spring Hill College .in Mobile,
The area between Fairbanks
and Nome consists largely' of
wide stretches of tundra. Iris
Sparsely populated. The quake
was felt mildly at Fribanks and
Anchorage, Alaska, but no break breakdown
down breakdown of communications was re reported.
ported. reported.
Scientists at some southern uni universities
versities universities and laboratories said the
quake appeared to be centered in
northern Chile or Mexico. Most
seismographic charts, however, in indicated
dicated indicated the quakes were, coming
from the north, probably. in south southern
ern southern Alaska or the Meutaans.
The U.S. Coast and Geodetic
Survey Observatory at' Barbers
Point, near Honolulu, said all in indications
dications indications were that the temblors
were centered between Fairbanks
and Nome.
, There was no thhat of a tidal
wave striking the Aleutians, Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii or other Pacific islands be because
cause because the quake occurred too far
inland, an observatory spokesman

At Loyola University of the
South :in New Orleans, Father
Karl Maring called the twothour
earthquake "totally destructive."
The quake was "among the
biggest in history and if it oc occurred
curred occurred in a populated section it
would have destroyed evArything
in the region," Fathels Marini(
Scientists at the 'University of
Washington said the earthquake
lasted about two hours.
4 Its intensity on various seismo seismographs
graphs seismographs about the country ranged
from '7.5 to 8.5 on the Richter
magnitude scale. , greatest
earthquake previously recorded
Was a 1950 tembloe in' Tibet
-
At Spring Hill, Father LOW'S J
Eisele said the earthquake was so
intense "I had to turn off the
machine (seismograph) the
shocks were jarring the needles
Off the chart."

SERVICES 1 1

3-mlooto cat wash $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cora SiS. Auto-Baho. Trans Astir..
mian Highway moor Soars.

TELEVISION SERVICE Free,
Transportation. April Special.
Same ;lay Service. Crawford A..
"ends Corp. Tivoli Ave. No
1S-20 Tel. 2-1905.

Calvary Baptists
Stiak-Fry

The Brotherhood of the Calvary
Baptist Church, located on "N"
Street in Panama, will hold their
annual steak-fry ou April,19 Itt

The affair will begin at 7:30 and
all, ,members of the Brotherhood
are invited to attend and bring
guests., :

for the old time saloon, she
said.
Her words apparently were lost
on the cocktaii lounges of 1958.
They Went about their nortrtal
Monday business, unmindful both
of the, event that heralded them
in 1933 and tbe WCTIL
, End Of Long Drought
Their calm and routine were it-'
contrast to the first day of legal
beer. ; A
The' end of the long drought ',,
found, many persons doing just
what they had been doing for 13- ,-
years--with homemadestuff from
the basement or heady brew from':
undercover breweries. They sitn-
ply switched to the. law's side.
They put,away the yeast, their,
favorite speakeasies turned into
taverns, r
For others" the- first wet day
brought ,a vague sense Of
not only,in the relative weakness
of, the 3.2 product. They missed
the lure 'of the forbidden, the,,
breathless moment of inspection
by the speakeasy doorman. They
knew the 20's, already killed by
the big depression; were buried at
last.'

.
.
' -.PAPS PASS OUT PHOTTS'
TOKYO (UP) Japanese Po Police
lice Police distributed 30,000 photographs
of MI Sgt; Emmett F, Dpgan
Monday in 'an attempt to gain,'
some information on the death al.
the 39-year-old U.S. army Intelli
gence atent: Dugan, of Crafton,
Pa.-, was found dead in Tokyo
Bay March 12. He had been miss missing
ing missing since Feb.t 4. No cause, of
death has been established. Japa
nese reports said be disappeared
while investigating Communists in
JaPan. The U, S. Army merely
said his work was vinvestiga

DIABLO RTS. t:011
Marilyn Mama
' Betty. Grab's',
IiOW TO MARRY A
MILLIONAIAR1'
trepeat run)-,

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BRITAIN PLANE WELCOME' 1.
,
LONDON (UP) "s--- Britain, will,'
give Antarctic explorer Dr. Vivian'.
Fuchs hero's, welcome when hoi
returns to Lohdon next month,
it was disclosed Monday. Fuchs
and his' expedition, who made a
historic' land crossing of the Ant Antarctic
arctic Antarctic continent early this year,
will be driven through London in
open cars on their arrival May 12.

,SERVICE ,
- CENTERS :
,
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BALBOA I:IS A 1:511
'rile Story ''Of l'oday's
"Get Lost' Crenerationt.
' TIME' TO BE YOUNG

CRISTOBAL' 1:ge
George Montgomery
, Geraldine Brooke
"STREET OF SINNERS'.

GAMBOA LOS
, Juno Allison
Rossano Drazzl
"INTERLUDE"'
ClneinaScope tIs Color!
76,

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, GATLIN : 710
John Payne
Karen Steele
BAILOUT AT
43,000" :

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MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:511
Mickey Rooney Dianne Foster'
"DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD" ,,,
,,, (repeat run)

P,A 1114 S 0 SANTA CRUZ
1:15 & 1:25 LIS & 111
"DESTINATION
11,10" end Sterling Hayden
"BELOW THE Anita. Ekberg
DEADLINE"
i
' T:20 only "VALERIE"

-CAMP BIER -7 Sal & 11;56
"HERE COME THE MARINES"
ith4 ,"MARSHAL IN DISGUISE"'
- 1,33 only

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- J,,"arolina; ,4'tore apart by, bitter filmsd version of an old show. Art' Monday. Off the chart."
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1 PHILLIPS Ocean'
I Santa Clara R. de
mama 3-187 Cris
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1 SHRAPNEL'S furl
i. en beach. l'how
. Balboa 1772. ,
Baldwin's furnisho
,1 ', tat Santa Clara Bea
' Smith, Balboa 361
I FOSTER'S Cottael
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' Beach Nous...One
' Casino Phone Bal
1 Illominplimilnomminiblimal
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. ,. FOR REN'T --
,1,, bedrooms, ((vim
! maid's room 114
I, Cornet Paseo
'.4 and 7th 'Ave..
(San Francisco)
......................0111101 IPMM101
' .: FOR RENT ,,-- (
, .- tooms, $175.00
: 40 (La Crests)
' ''': 3 111).;,Con'
ir,Eniertoyi
.
I' for PanCi
- Me contract
, H. Knapp, E. 0
Federal poofir
Co. entered lov
Pallanla ' Cam
:,. which ; bids wl
4 terday "... aftern
"Heights ,,
Kn4pp, Of
1 made a low of:
the -installatim
i'laundry ., trays
- houses In ,Sah
. ...111771iShing -ail(
, water hea(ers"
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from DillOn and Hickman, and i 6 I 7 P M '1' ' r' : r -!''..At.'':. '''u',V-w','----' 1,::-------- iatigi',.:e
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-. 'With a bid .of $11,414, tor con- ., ,.
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r4. first lieutenant svere trans- -,:iy, earlimi !KT' ,imel! 1.1"Kt: '77 ,;-, .' $.:Z:.:,:: ,:;:..:.:.,.;1 ..'1::0&:'t:1::. : . :,::::4.:! f.,4' .;.4: .. : ..:,:.:i: ;H:::i::..:iH:li:'.::?.
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cruiser Apollo 'which "had : a '., Zone e on intv G v
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'1 t- ', month. ': Box, 480443 '"Miami, Florida.' ''., ,.:;''',e!.':,:.:-::':,,:..,..,g'i.,:.::. :':Ai'i:',::.:i::i' '.- .: ''';:,',10'.'5'ntii,::VM,,Mi;'.':,ii... ,...NW-':''.:: -'.:::;';'.:' Peal,- Mrs. Pewell -Said, ha h Wn I di 'b ' I'
s s o ice stri uted 30 000 photographs -. .. nr
beduled to,; be,', completed bY 'r-inr "."-'' ''
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Forty: sailors, ''who- locked em- ,.: ,. ,, ,, ,,,,,, ... ,.. , x. ;:,..:5,:-,:e,;;,,:.:,,..:5.,i,,, -',:.,-,i,,::.:::,,,,,:::,,:.,..,,,,,,, ,.,,,.:;:,.:,..." w.,,,i,s. ,,,i::-ig:.,Q-N,,,,,,,..5f.:(',,m,,,!,:.,x,N.,.. i.,:.-,.-,,,-.,:::.,:... ,.
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of, 'Ilk, : ,,Sgt; Emmett F Dug ' ''
' Angust 31' of this year in time .. .- .. peal "were Wrong. It has nro'duCed Monday : in Int attempt to '' ''
selves below decks and refused to FOR A gain ....,
',. '' for the openingTof the .,,next more problems them, prohibition, some information on the 'death e : 7,-,;,
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S,Col. C. A.' Beall Jr,,tiSARCAR,113 adjutant genera eongra u a s wo, c-
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tion em 1 wards they,wrt under Project Paydirt -for submitting Improvement-', ideas Repeaconli
p oyes on a inCreased the" gang-
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spit and polish, -air y r perator, who Makes hit home at 602 ,, gence :, agent:,,Dugan, of Crafton -'- .1-
', Other contractors entering iaid., Tel. Panama 3-31111'.:'.,1':, -- : which were adopted., Francisco Sinchez, a mimeograph o sterism blamed on the ar', era -Pa ', was. found dead in '.. T k ' '1 '1
bids on this -project Were Isth- b r o u g h t up en ,, disci'? inary , ;
'-d t Ninth Street,. Panami City,' suggested installing ',directory fOr use .of visitors toFort knidor and substituted' "smething .1: far Bay. ,March 12 H h d b c)34:1: '''' '' '
charges...,The AdmiraRy said the, 'wig psi spot eash yor its rned uniform i visitor's :pas" for all e a een miss-. .,:: ott:'.,
mien'. Constructors, Dillon and transfers .today of Capt. Stuart mo;lel cars phone all day Pan,.
- hendpertern,' While Miss Carmen R. Recuero's Idea: eonce a worse" , the cocktail lounge, jug e .t-'4, o cause,: o ... ..,
since ,- F b N f 1
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ama 2-4966, :2-2616 Autos is- k-t 1st jives at 30,72 Mariano Arose-:
posts which reduced printlng costs.' Mist Recuero, a .cler yp ,, , ., .. .. ... ,,, .. ... '. death has been established Jap ''
- partnership with Roberto GUar tenant Lt. Cmdr. Percy BrOVin, COCI C0i1
i man, next to mint. ...- mena 8 hoto) '' -- ' '' '' ' ":' '' ' '' ''' -1 ''' ''' ' '' ' ''' ' - - - '''. '
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were not disciplinary moves btit -,. .", ' ..- ., ,-, ...... -- ......- -- -i .. ,....:-.... : -;,--., 1 ., ; .? ::, 'v.' ..i... i, while investigating Communist in .r.. .;
, ,, A lov laid of $3,127 was made there wean further explanation, '
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-. tnissary Housewares; Warehouse. ion- have signed a 10-million-dollar i ' "AIRES"- ''''''. '00
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, Other bids were received, from trade.. agreement, calling for "the .-.,,,.., ., . '. .,...., ... ..,.,.... ... .,,,. ,,L,,-,.,,,,,,.,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,i, : ..,.', ..,..,....,,,..,......., ,...,. .,., .....,--..,.. .....,'.....,....... .. ... ,, ,... ". :.' ',.;'.,:,,'....,' '1LONDON (11P) "s-'-: Britain ,,, Will ,'.' ,'.'.:-'...
, Industries, Tilnidas, Wright Pro- exchange of- Egyptian cotton, for ,' ' ..., : .. .-- ', - --,,.- . give Aotarctic explorer-Dr, Viviair...,..": i.
-'' ' ",- I h arolina other throu hout the South the
- thers, Dillon and Hickman, and Russian wheat, it was announced -''' -' i'l '' '''' - ,: NEW YORK (UP),Tha, South factionalism., n Scout C , g .,, .. . ,, .... ,:.;
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abama and Florida ."Iying dor- report said. . .-. ,- : ..-
,, ,,,-,,Calviho y Roquer, here Monda.' : t-ameras .,',. has greeted the ,revival of the Klu Al , .... ., :,,,..1 .,.. ,. .,...., ., L... : ....r ,. .,. ,.. ..... ,..,.. ,..;.., ,......,, !,' :.; returns to' Lohdon ::next ,' month,' 'r
' '' ' : : ; '.'.. 'Klux' Klan with "intense. hostility mant" in- Georgia and'. had... met ., ,.., , , .... ,.. ,, ..- ......., ::!. .. .. ,, :.-,,,..,.,,....;,',.',...,:. -,-1,-- it was: disclosed ,, Monday;:' Fuchs ......,:. 1
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pr 1.8 ,(tIP), and -.his' cipeditien,--who Made: a .'-- '
,' ,Letters-':-.To.,:.-Military -- Dictatorships-- -'' t ... .,, Antiaefamation .,teague, of : B'nai eessful effort- to 'penetrate Yir-, werds are, I.10 good any, more be be::'''
::''' be::''' B'ritlt said today: :;,' ''-i,..,-- -i N,,::. ,,,, ginia.,.... .,....,'. .,, ,,,,,: ., .. ,. '. cause 'all klaiisme,n are strangers A "totall destructive'v e r t h, historic' land crossing of the :Ant- '
k deYscribed as ' one, of the arctic continent early -, this year, ,,' ,;
qua e, ,,
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. - "In :.' virtually .,-, :every southern "Klansmen are shooting :: rach to, each other and aiv.
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. ., ,, most powerful in history shook will be driven through I,ondon in
' ' h n other in Alabama suin eath oth- tions, are multiplying' like .rabbits
' ,t t lila" 111- r... Community the ':, Klan l as bee . g, .. , ... . ..,.
an area 'tentativelY phipointecthe- open cart on- their arrival May 12. :-..-
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!,. ssa ors, -' ,' , identified as a 'tool,,-'of .-violence er in Florida and criticizmg each, and eats, ', --, ,
:.'PANAIVLA a COLON .', .. ' :
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and moveand lawlessness an , ,, tween Fairban
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cred fed with beatings and tor- eraanizationa na-
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civill"'l ." I id ''''' -. NEW,YORK (UP)Technicians Linkletter's .' "House Pally .4
wide stretches of tundra. It '''' is' 1 'Pm! i4Lue .ILT-P g71-.Juvriu- ,, 1 ,,; .1
"' only $32.50 -: taken lightly.' ,, .,., ,., s -.. who man radio microphones and scheduled for 2:30
t d I d th 1'1 b t th
7 television cameras a age a na- p ace wi a i m a ou , e
paw, was r'e..- sparsely pepulated. The i quake
was felt mildly at Fribanks and
, 4., , Anchorage, Alaske,- but no bteak
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revival ie 1955 as a result of school
'' ' The report said that since Its tionwide strike against the Co- Navy. ."
down of communications was ,re-
, ,i, ,, George Montgomery .. ',
Internatiortal leivelry lumbia Broadcasting System yea- The only ,bther live e v e n 1 n g ported. t. Geraldine Brooke , ,,- .,,
terda but Misfit -briefed woekrs shows were, news and weather
Yd f Y oth d t t
'-, -,- 155 Central AVe. ,,' h h wn "little effectiveness ao
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desegregation tensions, the KKK
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, , Scientists' at some southern uni ,, "STREET OF SINNERS" .' IT,
local versities and laboratories said the ;1
, ,- Nan erd,er phone 2-2316 cially lie politically." ' .. were, rawn rom er, epar cts 8. ,- 1 ,'
ments, to try to keep the network Several', stations broadcast
, ,,when it was ,, revived,' the going. ., .. ,'' 0 programs instead, of n e t w o r lt,
- ,-, 7. ,--- ,- -, shows.,, Among them were quake appeared to be centered m
wHAs northern Chile or Mexico.
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. KKK's pbtentialities for significant f,. -,--,, ,, ,,,,t, ........... MOSt ,D1ABLO HTS. MO ,,, : .. ',.., I
seismographic charts, however, in- Marilyn Monroe : 6 i
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- ''' ' - i growth lay- in its becoming part A total of '1,300 persons em- TV at Louisville Ky and KPIX
TV in San Franc'isco.' ' - dicated the quakes were, coming
of a broad coalition of pro-segre- ployed to handle the technical end '' Betty, Grab's', '' ' ', 'T
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LIFE INSURANCg gation 'forces," the report said. of broadcasting and television A' total of 800 workers went out from the north, probably. in south- "liniv To, muter A ----- , 1
erh Alaska or the Meutaans. ' !, rdrulONAmr, ,,
, "But the Klan has made no head- walked off. their jobs at 1 p.m. on strike 'in- New Yorkand 350
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' The U.& Coast and Geodetic (repeat rtm)-,:- x .10
' -JIM RIDOE way in this direction and hat EST in' a strike for wage ire' in' Hollywood. The' others were
., found itself in a pocket of Isola- greases. Picket lines were set uP scattered across the country.. i
Survey. Observatory at' Barbers i .,
',' ' General 'Agent , tion." '''' '' '- ', ' --' immediately outside CBS radio, William C., Fitts Jr., CBS vige Point, near Honolulu, said all in-
' v Gibraltar Life Ins. CO., Thi' report said' the Klah wag and 11, facilities in New' York,' President in' charge of labor reta dications were that the temblors GAMBOA I'01 lt,v
for rates arad information disunited:- and "operating' In a Hollywood and San Francisco.' tions, said the strikingntecimicians were centered between Fairbanks June Allison
TeL Panama 2-0552 , piecenteal fashion without any The network serves 200 TV 'sta- had been offered a VA per cent and Nome. , Rossano Brant' .' r
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iniamialemsnaa real leadership or cohesive 'force tions and 201 radio 'stations. wage increase spread over a 212- There was no threat of a tidal "INTERLUDE"' '
' '.''' ',' ', .,- an ridden -, with fartiona :rival: s CBS employes were taken .from year,, period. He 'said this 'would wave striking the Aleutians, Ha- Ch:-
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--- ries and corruction.' it added their jobs in press information el make the base pay after three wail or other Pacific islands be-
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. LIMA ' N that although the Klan as a tool fices promotion and advertising years of service $185 it---'week.
' of violence has magnified the departments and other sections to With overtime, he .said,. most of ,,;,,
cause the quake occurred too far an-lb.b""n""---"4""", ,
i inland, an observatory spo,kesman 0 L GATLIN ,', , Ali
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' EXCU RS ION problem of law enforcement, "the serve emergency duty running tcl the technicians would average '"'"" : ' - ' ' -' John Parie ''
I recent recurrence of bombings evision cameras and film nrojec- more than $10,000 a year. At Loyola University of the Karim steela , t' 4
(of synagogues) in Nashville and tors and manning control booths.. 'The technicians pay now se 1,. South :in New .- Orleans, Father ., "BAILOUT AT 1,
, April 11 to 19, 1958 -, Miami) will only aid in hastening The etrike 'WAS called against from $92,50 to $175 -,-a" Karl Haring called the twothour ,- 1., !,...43,000. ' '1
tt weex with
-. Fidanque Travel' Service
the KKK's ultimate doom." CBS-owned TV stations In Ne t I th
w mos o em getting the higher
' --- earthquake "totally destructive." ' k
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, Tel. 2-1661 The report did not specifically York,' Les Angeles, Chicago, St. figure. , . , . ,, I The quake was "among,. the i
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, blame the Klan for the bombings Louis, Hartford, Conn., anbd Mil- ., biggest in history and if it oe- MARGARITA
: 6:15 & siss
but said that KKK members, if waukee, and CBS-owned ra.dio sta- :-' NEW FIRM BUYS curred in a populated section it mi
. ckey Rooney Dianne Foster' 61,1 -1.
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, , not directly involved, ."indirectly tons; in New ,York, Chicago, St. ., ,, , , would have destroyed- evArythine "DRIVE .', ''
A CROOKED ROAD" i
' Hotel: noilliND unusE aided and abetted' thebombings. Louis, Boston, Los Angeles and .' WHITE PLAINS,N, ,y. (up)....' in the' region," Fathels Raring ,, (repeat run) t ',:t
Aluv The, league said the Klan was San Francisco: ', ', TriRotor, Inc a f
., new irm, on- 7
,' I min& front the heart a rapidly losing what little influence All the other 'stations covered day announced purchase of the Scientists at the 'University of '16'11111'1'', .1 4
' ., - ., it. retained in the Soutli. Citing by css are affiliates but are not tri-rotor pump business -of yaw Washington said the earthquake I, A sylk r s ci SANTA CRUZ ,',
' .f San' Jos', Costa R
..ico. ,. "best Informed estimatet,' the owned by the 'network. & Towne Manufacturing co., for lasted about, two hours. 'els & 6:25 LIS & Ile t
' ' report said the Klan headed by Radio service was disrupted for an undisclosed, price Headed b, 4 Its intensity 011 various seism. "DESTINATION o' ,,,
r mnletely modern conveniences In
'-(1 1 Eldon Edwatds of, Atlanta, "has a few minutes in San Francisco Leo S. Nikor f d
Suites and Bungalows, all with a, oun er of Cue
" gaphs about the country ranged ao,oeog and e
..terlitur Hayden ;
private bath., Hot and cold water. somewhere between 12,000 and and Louisville.' , -, Fastener Corp., the firm' occupy om '7.5 to 8.5 OD the Richter "BELOW THE Anita. Zithers
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e- 5 nd $8 daily
, Pile 6 a er North CBS cancelled the live drama'
15,000 memb s, while the a one Atory plant in Torrington scale nil 'greatest DEADLINE" : I
magnitude ., i ,
' .' C li KI n halt 2 000 to 5 000 scheduled for "ptudio One" at 10 c e rthquake previously recorded
aro na a , onn. - a 7:20 only , '"VALERIe ''''
, with meals.
' members. .' ' p.m, EST. It replaced Dane Clark - Was a 1950 tembloe in' Tibet ,,,
-7rtismoeolltarignatea ------- It said Iliarliofirbrthe'Iteven in--"The-EnemrWitlite-avitli- a CHRYSLER' GETS 'CONTRACT which 'hit 'LS' ''' - I -e A It -'L.'''':
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ther Klan organizations in the filmed rerun of It-previous play, ,' i, At Spring Hill, Father LOUIS J -MP ---'Ello 7 sal ag 11;56 '
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lil..4 "MARSHAL IN DISGUISE.'
"HERE COME THE MARINES"
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,', For reservations P. 0. South is believed to have more "The Deaf Heart," starring Piper WASHINGTON' (1.1P)-thrysler Eisele said the earthquake was so
- , Box 4459 ,' than 1,500 members. , Laurie. ,' , ' Corp.' has been. awarded ArmY intense "I had to turn off the
n was The 2 p.m. TV show, "Beat the contracts totaling $17,504,592 for machine (seismograph) the I, 1:43 only ,'
Ma.yrert Bill and Elena Jaspers 1 The league said the Kla
t "In; its death throes" in Noith Clock" was replaced w i t h a new trucks it was announced shocks were jarring the needles I
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1 FOR SALE .......g 1956 Buick sow. 4"Dora K 46 feet I i twsl
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,, Cr a power.. . FOR SALE .';-..' Mide' a bod din- FOR SALE Cortina Phone -, ,. '''
7 s. ole... ..ups tee p6e.n.......- es. csoNm Ingram ssient,e, basmobwooint setina,chignaes, tSiocaanuilshoecwourses35010,7.011;47110,7 ,, ':' , ,. : , ,.. s.
ear part payment. Phone 8.- . ,, .,. ii r stovie 9 WALLET .. Lost between Bal. ;
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5247 Ft. Clayton. ; . Pletel equIPPeu 411 .. I". wardrobo I living, Colont Tot, ,
- at the Balboa yacht auk , ', I a e i '' FOR SALE ',--- Cable-meson boa and Limks. Valuable Pa- , ,' ' -, r, ,.
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4.:(t- .4,. 4 .....RNNt,.....,....,,,, year old. Original co $120.00.'
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- room and path, adjoining separ- ;1011 SALE -- 1955 Studebaker J P -1. mcir
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a e laundry section. Lovely gar- commander four door sedan, Rs..
'179, apartment PE". Gauvin.
' deli and putting green. At No. dio and heater. two tone gieek ,
274 "V" ttwmt ti tanarotin2 4 in Excellent condition S13500.
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Phone 3-0319 during office :00 CA' Barrio 2-4174 , with cushions in vary teed COn. lair centurion. Ileum, w,, aoloovvim dpwwwww c, ,
' hoursotd tlition ATele hone 3-1647: Orin Sadler. ', , ) I
FOR SALE 19,54 Chevrolet .1 I
' FOB RENT w- Beautiful modern convertible.' New top, radio, - 4 FOR SALE -4 Bargain!!! Com,
furnished two bedroom, 'apart., heater, firm. Excellent k,The dual headlights on ears t d
ertica tape n 1, Imo an p e ega eer egan To- Eng
"ment. Hot water, reasonable condition, 1941 Ford, 4 door may induc. e some drivers to give lellow, new condition, bargain, so 39 ) Harvard Classics,, Phrine-,,
price.' Ave. Peril 37-20. $50.00., Phone Kobbe 3196. uo drinking,, : .41-EA!1 h
lb 3171r 34478 Panama. ,
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Tel. 3-4669. ,Turnisned three ',bedroom aparti,,,,' rioor sedan, Hydramatic. radio,"
ment. Good residential area. heater, Excellent condi tion. : ,, ,: ,.
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garage. etc. In front of Pans- .1 door !sedan.' 3 new tires. only::
: am Hotel $115.00. Tel. 3r2930.. ;.19,000 miles; perfect condition. ,,, 1
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FOR RENT 4.- Small apartment,-
, : ,:,.,.,:,,h,, -,s..if ...ss...,:s,?...,:i,.:A... .i. ':.: ,..:7.:,.4:',:::.:;.';;..:::::'.::.:.;. ,:::.:..:s:It.,';NP:.'.::...sii:,:i.,e1',::;i'iisMi-g.40.!:iiMR,...,.,. .:...:SSO.:4t.ssi:sc.s.:isiit.s::.,,i.::, ..,,' ,', When 'April 7 1933,..was just '.ii in 1933 and th. WCTU. '" .,
.' eno bedroom.' comoletelv f or- FOR SALE -- 1956 Ford s-on .:-...:,:::.-.J',::::'....F.,.,-- is: ..,.....,::.;:,Z:::. '...: ,, ::, 1,-1,.:.:.:...2,1,6,:.;,:f.:,...::;:.::.:: ':-,,,-:....,:si i5i,..,cms?,iiisoii,z..sisisi:iiss:.sssssisss,,:issiii'..::::s.:..ii-4--wii..i...e.,k.,...iii:....,:si:i.s.:::.ii,:...-4.x .11 ,.. ......,4.. ,.., ,2 ,....., .0 . eJ .. y i., ; .7,

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roved beer.
drought:- Congress lag apP
ar a , sra,,,,ission power steers :' sl the 3,2 rew,
h as nonqntoxicating,
r., cent of alcohol by volume' ',Their calm and routine ere a 7'
Phone 3-2930.
brakes, radio and other extras. ::
found -,,many persons doing ',just-. 4
FOR RENT --- - ...:
Furnished, ono duty paid. Will take,, 1954 as i, J... : an
-amendment be be.traztsi
.traztsi be.traztsi drowned t e-,drY , The:end ;of the long drought
artment, ea- trade-in. Phone Albrook A....a , yearswith homemadestuff from,. -..
bedroom trodernlar
gan the basement or heady- brew from': j'.
what they had been doing for 13-
to Poiret.
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rape; 16g: Via e , FOR SALE 956 Chevrolet
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-.1 t shift ' in led and the s eak- ply, switched to' the.- law's -side. r .,
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FOR RENT Clean an m four, do
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: Eight onths later,- the amend- undercover breweries. They,.
bl furnished apartment or Call 1-1741, house
forte e 8574 Coco : :
easies threw Pea' their tors. They put ;away the- yeast,-..their,
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. At the s ar of his, ad- -. , , s, it -, , placed under arrest, charged wilt
dress, 2100a received .premission :--- ., 4' -' 4: ,7,- ; -, --, ; ,-,,- : I being implicated in the rres rres1
1 rres1 -to speead on the record as perti- T EAitor's Note: Controversial statements ,on treaty ident Remon assassination,, im imnehs
nehs imnehs an address by former C.Z. "..
tenced by the
peached, found guilty, and sen senGovernor
Governor senGovernor Maurice I-I. Thatcher, relationships between Panama and the United States were' National Assembly
surviving member ,of the isihnuan .maicle'to the US Congress by Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.) to. 10 years' imprisonment, of
Canal, LOMMiSSi011, made to the , ,, -. which sentence he served a por porPanama
Panama porPanama Canal Society of Wash- on' Mar,26 and April Z.. Both addresses were condensed tion but was later released. ;-
bgton, D.C., May 18, 1957, and in United Press .cliapitches. The text of the Mar-. 26 speech Here it ill V211 to point out that
an address made at the same , , the 1903 tr4ty granted to the ()-
meeting by Capt. Miles e. DuV at, was tarried in the Mar. 31 issue oflhe Panama Ameri- niLed States the right and author author(IJSNR),
(IJSNR), author(IJSNR), tormer- port captain at ity to enforce sanitary measures
VI II. .ft .. es vs .4 at 1 1.,, nr twa htutkq can. T, he full text of the Aitrif 2:speech was, received to toof
of toof nrovpnHvn nr PUrlitiVO (ante.

nehs an address by former C.Z.
Governor Maurice Tbatchcr,
surviving member of the isihnuan
Canal, LOMIlliSSiOli, made to the
Panama Canal Society of Wash Wash'
' Wash' bgton, D.C., May 18, -1957, and
an address made at the same
meeting by Capt. Miles e. DuVal,
(USNR)itormer- port captain at
tBalboa and author of two books
ton Canal history.' t
A condensed version of Thatch Thatch,,
,, Thatch,, et's. remkrks was carried in l'he
Panama American of May 20,

' A condensed version of Thatch- .
,,,' ,floca takes the position ,that the United- States and
,, er's remkrks was carried in The
ill
Panama American of MaY 20, Panama und,ertook to provide in the Treaty of 1903, clear clear'
' clear' 19F571',,ou also cinnie-d 'in inii a. by-1 cut. and u'n6onditional provisions 'granting complete and
' lined article by Gov. W. E, Pot- exclusive sovereignty oveithe Canal Zone to the 'United
ter trom the Christian S c i e n c 4. .
Monitor of May 21, 19 5 7. States m perpetui y. e
t Th United States could noi afford
,
This material was part of a be-1 ' der the condi
to undeitake the great enterpnse except un
- ries carried in The Panama A
tion of such Control,' ind Panama itself could not affinil
inerican from June 8 to 10, 1957.,

merman iron ulic 0 .0 .v, aLf:o
Flood's comments fOUOWL to do less than to grant such control.
31r. Speaker,'In my address
tl,. nn March 26. 1958. con-i i

the House on March 26, 1958t con concerning
cerning concerning the Panama Canal enter enterprise,
prise, enterprise, I referred in general terms
to the condition of political in in'
' in' stability and endetnic revolution
' long obtaining on the Isthmus' of
Panama through many years pre
ceding the secession in A903 of Pa Pa:
: Pa: mama front ,Colombia. This rec rec,
, rec, ord of upheavals and sanguinary
civil strife very naturally caused

tne noose tio 4111d1 Lit 4oV, AtIctu, ,,s.c. , ,
cerning the Panama Canal enter- May 4, 1856: Riot. , lution of 1903 was bloodless' in
prise, I referred in general terms May 18, 1856: Riot. .--, ,, character,, and the provision ., of
to the condition of political in- Oct. 2,, 1856: Conflict between the 1846 treaty upheld.
stability and endernic revolution two native parties. United States Now what has been the record
' long obtaining on the Isthmus' of forces landed. , , of civil strife and political turm turmPanama
Panama turmPanama through many years pre- Dec. 18, 1858:' Attempted seces- oil in the Republic of Panama
i ceding the secession in 1903 of Pa- sion of Panama. -, Since 'the establishinent of Pane Pane:
: Pane: mama from Colombia. This rec- April 1859: Riots. maiden independence and United
ord of upheavals and sanguinary September 1860: Outbreak. States occupation of the Canal
' civil strife very naturally caused Oct. 4, 1860: Landing of United Zone? The following highlights --
1 President Theodore Roosevelt, his Stated forces ,in consequence. , though not complete gleaned
immediate advisers and the Con- i May 23, 1861: Intervention of from authoritative sources tire
, gress grave concern in undertak- the, United States forces required' most revealing: '
ing the great task of building the 1 by Intendente. 4 , I Nov. 14, 1904: Seditious and M Mean'.
ean'. Mean'. Moreover,' all of those in Oct.(2, 1861: 'Insurrection anddltinous conduct of the ,army of Pa Paauthority
authority Paauthority well knew that, unless civil war. ,,, . name (now National Police) with
complete and absolute stability in April 4, 1862: Measures to- pre-, discovery of a plot to arrest Pres Prespolitical
political Prespolitical and governniental condi- vent rebels crossing isthmus. 'ident Amador, which was averted
tions was permanently maintained June 13, 1862: Mosquera's troops by diplomatic representations of
in the Canal Zone, it would be refused admittance to Panama. the United States to preserve con conuseless
useless conuseless for the United States to as-1, March 1865: ,Revolution and U- stitutional order as provided by
1 sume its 1901 treaty obligation to nited States trbops landed., .,,- treaty and the constitution of Pa Paconstruct
construct Paconstruct and operate the propos-t August 1865:; Riots; unsuccessful, llama, 1
et interoceanic waterway. This attempt to invade PlinaM11.,, Oct. 11, 4925: Riot in Panama
, clearly recognized by leaders of March 1866: Unsuccessful revo- City with 1 'Person Idlled and 11
I
, the secession 'movement and offi- hition. , , ,, ,, wounded, requiring assistance by
cials taking charge of the Pane- ,April 1867: Attempt to overthrow United States Army to quell.
manian Government immediately the government. ' Jan. 2, 1931: Revolution in Pa Pafollowing
following Pafollowing independence. ,, August 1867:, Attempt at revolu- nama,, requiring intervention of
Because of their knowledge of tion. r, N ,, i the United States Minister to save
isthmian bistory and appreciation! July S, 1868Revolution; Provi- lives of Panamanian official and
of the necessity foi maintenance sional government inaugurated. ,, the President,. who were held twig.
of free and uninterrupted transit, 1, Aug. 29,, 1868: Revolution; pro- oners, and resulting in the enforc..,
. the treaty-making authorities of visional government overthrown. ed resignation of the President.' I
both the United States and Pane., April 1871: Revolution; follow- Nov. 22, 1940: National Assembly
ma undertook to provide in the ed apparently by counterrevolu- adopted new constitution proposed
basic, canal treaty ot, November tion. , by President Arnulfo Arias. ', ,,
,
18,, 1903, clearcut and uncondition- April 1873: Revolution and civil ,Oct. O. 1941: Bloodless revolution
al provisions granting, complete war which lasted to October 1875. ousted' President Arias and install installand
and installand exclusive sovereignty ever the' Aug.' 1876: Civil war ,which last- ed Ricardo ,cle la Guardia as Pro ProCanal
Canal ProCanal Zone to the United States ed until April 1877. .. visional President.
.
in perpetuity. The United States July 1878: Rebellion Late 1944: Suspension of con concould
could concould not' afford to Undertake the December 1878: Revolt. sitution caused 14 1 anamaniso
, great enterprise except under- the April 1879: Revolution, ', Assemblvmen (Congressmen) to
' condition of such control, and Pa- 'June 1879: Revolution. flee to the Canal Zone.- t3
name itself could not afford to do March 1883: Riot. June 15, 1945 Constituent .As.
less than, to grant such control. May 1883: Riot. 1 , ; sembly met. received) resignation
It fully recognized the absolute June 1884: Revolutionary at- under duress of de la Guardia as
necessity' for such stability ,, and tempt. 4 ,, Provisionsl President,' Ilfld elected
t gladly vested such control in, the December 1884: Revolutionary Enrioue A. Jimenez AS ids I sue.
United States. attempt. ' ceRsor. ,' '
, Accordingly, ,, the unconditional January 1885: Revolutionary dis- Pee. 1, 1943: Armed revolt, for
and perpetual sovereignty over the turbances.' which former President Arriulfo
Canal Zone was, by solemn tree- March 1885: Revolution. PriPq Wag thrown into prison
,, ty 'provisions, granted by Panama April 1887: Disturbances tin Pa- charged with i participation, ; but
tos the United States.. With stab- name Railroad. , WPti aeoultted on July 29, 1946. '.;
ility thus guaranteed, the United November 1887: Disturbance on Mlirch 1, 1946: Constituent Ass Ass'
' Ass' States thereupon undertoek the ex- line of canal. v ,, sembly approved new ,constitu ,constituecution
ecution ,constituecution ,I,Of the canal project. ,,January 1889: Riot. , tion replacing the totalitarian in inThough
Though inThough expending hundreds of mil- January 1895: Revolution which strument of former President Ar Arlions
lions Arlions of American taxpayers' mon- lasted until April. '- intittO Arias.
ey and suffering loss of many A- March 1895: Incendiary attempt. Dec. 22, 1947: In the midst of
znerican lives, our Nation succeed- October 1899: Revolution, disorder National Assembly una unaed
ed unaed in the monumental task. February to July 1900: Retolu- nimously rejected a defense base
The' Panama Canal was con..., tion., , , ,, ., ,, , .- treaty with the United States.
structed and has since been suc-1 January 1901: Revolution. February 1948:- United States tin

, complete and absolute stability in April 4. 1862: Measures to- pre prepolitical
political prepolitical and governmental condi- vent rebels crossing isthmus.
tions was permanently maintained June 13, 1862: Mosquera's troops
in the Canal Zone, it would be refused admittance to Panama.
useless for the United States to as-1, March 1865: ,Revolution and U U1
1 U1 sume its 1901 treaty obligation to nited States trhops landed-7
construct and operate the propos-1 August 1865:, Riots; unsuccessful
ei interoceanic waterway. This attempt to invade Panama.
, clearly recognized by leaders of March 1866: Unsuccessful revo revoI
I revoI , the secession movement and offi- idiom --, - ,
cials taking charge of the Pana- April 1867: Attempt to overthrow
menial' Government .immediately the government. ,
following independence. , -. I August 1867; Attempt at revolu revolu'
' revolu' Because of their knowledge of; tion. N ,, i
, Isthmian bistory and appreciation! July S, 1868Revolution; Provi Provi,
, Provi, of the necessity foi maintenance sional government inaugurated. ,,
of free and uninterrupted transit 1 Aug. 29,, 1868: Revolution; pro pro.
. pro. ,. the treaty-making authorities of visional government overthrown overthrown,
, overthrown, both the United States and Palm., April 1871: Revolution; follow followma
ma followma tmdertook to -provide in the ed apparently by counterrevolu counterrevolubasic
basic counterrevolubasic canal treaty of,, November tion. ,,
' 19,, 1903, clearcut aud unconditkon- April 1873: Revolution and civil

. .. in-th-tit-e-Un-ited tates and Pane. April 1871: Revolution; follow- Nov. 22, 1940: National Assembly
'' ma tmdertook to provide in the ed apparently by counterrevolu- adopted new constitution proposed
basic, canal treaty of, November lion. ,, by President Arnulfo Arias. ', ).
4 18, 1903? clearcut and encondition- April 1873: Revointion and civil ,Oct. 9. 19411 Bloodless revolution
al provisions granting, complete war which lasted to October 1875. ousted' President Arias and install install'
' install' and exclusive sovereignty ever the' Aug.' 1876: Civil war ,which last- ed Ricardo de la Guardia as Pro Pro'
' Pro' Canal Zone to the United States ed until April 1877. visional President. -, :.
' in perpetuity. The United States ; July 1878: Rebellion. ,' Late 1944: Suspension of con con'
' con' Could not' afford to undertake the December 1878: Revolt. AltUtiOn caused 14 2 anamaniso
, great enterprise except under- the April 1879: Revolution, ', Assemblvmen (Coneressmen) to
-- condition of such control, and Pa- 'June 1879: Revolution. .1 flee to the Canal Zone.- t3
, name itself could not afford to do ...March 1883: ', Riot,. : June 15, 1945. Constituent .As.
less than, to grant such control. May 1883: Riot. 1 , sembly met.- received) resienation
It fully recognized the absolute June 1884: Revolutionary at- under duress of de la Guardia as
-
-' necessity for such stability .. and temet ,.., Prov.isional President,' and elected
1 eladly vested such control in. the December 1884: Revolutionary Ennoue A. limenez AS ids I sue.
. United States. .. . attempt. cessor. ,' -
, .'' AccordinglY, ,,, the unconditional January 1885: Revolutionary dis- Dec. 1, 1945: Armed revolt, for
A and perpetual sovereignty over the turbances.' ' which former President ArritilIo
' Canal Zone was, by solemn tree- March 1885: Revolution. PriPq Wag thrown into prison
: .',, ti 'provisions, granted by Panama April 1887: Disturbances pn Pa- charged with i participation, ; but
- tos the United States.. With stab- name Railroad. , WPti acouitted on July 29, 1946. -',',
' ility thus guaranteed, the United November 1887: Disturbance on Msrch 1, 1946: Constituent Ms Ms'
' Ms' States thereupon undertoek the ex- line of canal. ,, sembly approved new ,constitu ,constitu-
- ,constitu- ecution Of the .. canal project. ,-January 1889: Riot. - tion replacing the totalitarian in in,
, in, Though expending hundreds of mil- January 1895: Revolution which strument of former President Ar Ar'
' Ar' lions of American taxpayers' mon- lasted until April. ', mug Arias. ,' ' ,
: ey and suffering loss of many A- March 1895: Incendiary attempt. Dec, 22, 1947: in the midst of
. znerican lives, our Nation succeed- October 1899: Revolution, disorder National Assembly una una'
' una' ed in the monumental task. February to July 1900: Retrolu- niMOUSly rejected a defense base
' The' Panama Canal was con-, tion. , , ,, ., -,, , ,.. treaty with the United States.
structed and has since been sue- January 1901: Revolution. February 1948:- United States tin tin'
' tin' cessfully maintained, operated, and .1)1y 1901: Rev.olutionarY disturb- flounced withdrawal of all troops
protected, -without any instance ol ances. ,' , from military bases in the Repub.,.
political turmoil or revolutionary Sptember 1901: City of Colon tic, es 1, consequence' of the indi indi,
, indi, processes, in the Canal Zone or taken by rebels. -. ,, cued rejection, and at consider.
' in the United States itself., This is March 1902: RevelutionarY dis- ble financial loss. -,
; as it should be, and indeed, as turbances. -- ' :. July 28,. 1949: First Vice Presi Presi.
. Presi. it must be, for the proper func- July 1902: Revolution. '. dent Damel Chanis, Jr., succeed.
. tioning of this artery N world The above is only a partial list ed ailing President Domingo Diaz
If
' commerce. , . of the revolutions, rebellions', in- Arosemena, on latter's resignation.
, Striking 'evidence 'of t e recog. surrections, riots, and other out- Nov. 18, 1949:. President Chanis
. mition by I President,, Theodore breaks that have occurred, during accused Col. 'Jose Remon, Chief oi
' Rooseielt its tii" the transcendent the period in questfon; yet they Police, of operating illegal mono mono'
' mono' importance for political stability number 53 for the 57 years. ) It polies, and dismissed him.
. in the Canal Zone is to ,be noted will be noted that 1 of them last- Not 20, 1949: President Chanis
' In his annual message to the Con-, ed for ,,nearly 3 years before it was forced to reisgn under pres pres'
' pres' gress of. Dec. 7,- 1903, a short was quelled; another for nearly a sure of national police, headed by
' time after the independence of Pa- year. In short, the experience of Colonel Remon, and Vice Presi Presi,
, Presi, I mama had been recognized by the dver half a centuury has -, shown dent Roberto R. Chiari was sworn
. United States. Commening on the Colombia to :be utterly incapable in as President.
Panama revolution and) the con- of keeping order, on the isthmus.' Nov..22, 1949: National Assent Assent.
. Assent. duct of the United States in con- Only the active interference 'i of bly voted for reinstatement of
, Inection therewith, President Roose-1 the United States has enabled her chanis a President
, velt supplied the Congress with' to preserve so much as a sem- Nov. ,24, 1949: ,Supreme Court
-.---valueble ; information, which I blance of sovereignty, Had it not. upheld the claim of Chanis but,
quote: ,, r,, , . . been for the exercise by the U-: with suppor,t of National Police,
1
' 1 When these events happened; 57'nited States of the police power former Preisdent Arnulfo Arias &-
years had elapsed since the Unit-lin her I interest, ', ber connection gain became Presiden0 on the
ed States had entered into its trea-1 with the isthmus ,, would have contention of his sponsors that at
y with New Granada. During been Sundered long ago. In 1856, thelreceding election be had in
that time the .t Governments of hi 1860, in 1873, in 1885, in .1901,,,fact defeated his opponent, Diaz,
New' Granada Ind of its, succes- and again in 1902, sailors and ma- whose election had been officially
,' sor,' Colombia, have been in a rines from United States warships declared, followed by his assump assump.'
.' assump.' consent state rof flux.( The follow- ,were forced toland ill order to tion of the Presidency. ''',' '..
ing is a partial list of the disturb- patrol the isthmus, to, protect life Nov. 25, 1949: United States sits sitsances
ances sitsances on the Isthmus of Panama and property and to see that the pended relations with Panama be be'during
'during be'during the period in question as transit -across the isthmus was cause of toverthrow of,"constitut of,"constitutkeported
keported of,"constitutkeported to us by our consuls. It kept open. In 1861,',,,in -8162, ', in, ed authorities."
is not possible to give a complete 1885, and in 1900 ', the Colombian Nov. 26, 1949:. Chanis and two
ist, and some of th. reports that Government asked that the Unit. other former Presidents fled I to
peak of trevolutions must 'mean ed States Government would land the-Canal Zone to escape arrest.
'unsuccessful revolutions: troops to protect its interest and Dec. 14, 1949: United States rec.
! ,May 22, 1850: Outbreak:: two ,A maintain order on the isthmus. ognized the Aroulfo Arias regime.
Inericans killed; war vessel de- The history of the isthmus prior May 7, 1951: President Arnulfo,
Mended to quell outbreak. to the record given by President Arias decreed suspension of the'
October 1850: Revolutionary. plot Roosevelt above supplies impor- constitution and dissolution of the
to bring about independence of tint corroborating evidence for National Assembly. , h', -
the isthmus. ,, the reasons for incorporating in May 10, 1951: After bitter street
, July 2:',, 1851:, Revolution in four the 1903 canal treaty of provi- fighting President Arias surrender.
Southern 'provinces.. ,,,,., sions vesting complete and exclu- ed to Colonel Remon, Chief of Na NaNov.
Nov. NaNov. 14, 1851:. Outbreak at Cha- sive sovereignty over the Canal tional Police. Impeachment by the
gres., Man-of-war requested ,- for Zone in the United States.- At the National Assembly of President
Chagres. ,' , 'time of the 1903 Panama Revolti- Arias and naming of First Vice
June 2, 1853: Insurrection 'at tion, Roosevelt acted under the President ,,,Alcibiades Arosemena
Bogota, and consequent disturb- authority of the qteaty of 1846 as constitutional President result resulte
e resulte nce on isthmus. War vessel de- between the' United States and ed,' and was upheld by the Su Su,
, Su, handed. k f' -, New Granada now Colombia- preme Court. , ) .'..
,
I May 23, 1854: Political disturb- Amaranteeing the perfect neutrali- Oct. 1, 1951: Joe Remon inau.
incr.,,s: war vessel requested. f- ty of the isthmus to the end that gurated as President.
, e 28,, 1954., Attempted revo- iree transit would not be : inter- Jan. 2, 1955: President Remon
.................,s. j
lutqa ropted--er..,embarrassed.-Ilence,..assassinated.-....:---
t.,t. 24, 1854. Independence of t,here followed' his denial of tran- January 3 1955. First 'Vice
9, x
lithmus demanded by ) provincial sit over the Panama Railroad bYlPresident Jose Ramon Guizado
1
legislature. f. either Panamanian revolutionists sworn -in as President. t
April 1856. Riot, and massacre or the Colombian army. The re-I Jan. 15, 1955: President Ramon
i Americans., Isult was that the Panama Revo- Guizado removed from office and,
, ,

March 1895:-Incendiary attempt. Dec. 22, 1947: In the midst of
October 1899: Revolution, disorder National Assembly una unaFebruary
February unaFebruary to July 1900: Retro lu- niMOUSly rejected a defense base
, , , treaty with the United States.
January 1901: Revolution. February 1948:- United States 1111-
.1)1y 1901: Revolutionary disturb- flounced withdrawal of all troops
ances, , from military bases in the Repub.
Sptember 1901: City of Colon lie, ts consequence' of the indi inditaken
taken inditaken by rebels. cued rejection, and at considera consideraMarch
March consideraMarch 1902: Revolutionary ble financial loss.
turbances. July 28,. 1949: First Vice Presi PresiJuly
July PresiJuly 1902: Revolution. dent Daniel Chanis, Jr., succeed,.
The above is only a partial list ed ailing President Domingo Diaz
of the revolutions, rebellions,. in- Arosemena, on latter's resignation.
surrections, riots, and other out- Nov. 18, 1949: President Chanis,
breaks that have occurred, during accused Col. 'Jose Remon, Chief oi
the period in questfon; yet they Police, of operating illegal MOM
number 53 for the 57 years. It polies, and dismissed him.
will be noted that 1 of them last- Not 20, 1949: President Chanls
ed for nearly 3 years before it was forced to reisgn under pres preswas
was preswas quelled; another for nearly a sttre of national police headed by
year. In short, the experience of Colonel Remon, and Vice Presi Presidver
dver Presidver halt a centuury has shown dent Roberto R. Chiari was sworn
Col9mbia to :be utterly incapable,in as President.

from military bases In the Repub.,
lic, consequence' of the indi-1
cated rejection, and at considera-,
ble financial loss.
July 28,. 1949: First Vice Presi President
dent President Daniel Chanis, Jr., succeed,.
ed ailing President Domingo Diaz
Arosemena, on latter's resignation.
Not 18, 1949: President Chanis,
accused Col. 'Jose Remon, Chief oi
Police, of operating illegal mono-1
polies, and dismissed him.
Not 20, 1949: President Chan Is
was forced to reisgn under pres pressure
sure pressure of national police headed by 1
Colonel Remon, end Vice Presi President
dent President Roberto R. Chiari was sworn
in as President.

Urldertalce

out Sovereignty

Drama
Nathah,
Dies In

NEW YORK, April 8 (IIP)
George Jean Nathari, 76, long longtime
time longtime dean of Broadway dramatic
critics and literary "bad boy"
associate of the late Henry 1.4:

4teached, found guilty, and sen-1--" "" "" ""
tenced by the National Assembly'
mencken died In his hotel e ea
a ea partment today after a long lil lilt,
t, lilt, 10 years' imprisonment,
which sentence he served a por- For 50 yearsfrom 1906 until
tion but was later released. he became ill ,two years ago
Here it is wail to point out thatl
Nathan sat in a critic's aisle seat
the 1903 tr4ty granted to the U United
nited United States the right and author- at Broadway openings. turned a
corrosive pen on Its failures and
ity to enforce sanitary measures
frequently proclaimed his dis disof
of disof preventive or curative charac character
ter character in the cities of Panama and pleasure publicly by walking out
Colon; also the same right and on the worst of them.
authority to maintain public order Nathan and Meneken Met in
in event of inability or failure Of 1914 and began editing Smart
Panama in this duty. ISet, a -magazine In which they
' In the 1936 treaty Oise right. of fostered the work of new writers
the United States to maintain or- including F. Scott Fitzgerald,
der hp the terminal cities was a. Theodore Dreiser. Ben Hecht.
brogated; in the 1955 treaty t h e Aldous Huxley, James Joyce and
authority of the United States toJames Branch Cabell. They also
enforce sanitary ordianees ht the were founders together,' In 1924,
eitties oi Panama and Colon was of the American Mercury.
likewise revoked. Together, these When Mencken died two years
actions definitely weakened the po- ago, Nathan recalled that they
lice power of the United Slates in had been regarded Rs' disturbers
meeting its responsibblities for the of the peace, literelly speaking.
mahrgenance, operation, sanita- "America needed o couple of
titha; and protection of the Pena- bad boys In letters then," Nat Natma
ma Natma Canal. han said. ,, t,.
While it is a matter of regret
that his tory so 'records, it is ob- 6 Over vears he served as
vious from the record that since dramatic critic for more than a
its independence Panama has been score of newspapers and maga-I
free from civil strife and revolu-, zines. In 1925 he was considered
tionary practices. In fact thee the best known Ond hiebost paid
seem to have increased inten- drama critic in the world.'
sity and frequency following t e Through the years he wrote
"growing pains" periodwith the more than 30 books on the thea theareduction
reduction theareduction of the rights and au- tre, theater criticiqm, the good
thority originally granted to the life and the pleasures of being' a
United States in the 1903 treaty. bachelor. He merried for the
first time In 1955. His wife.

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ti.oAns aibriodvicea, ttehde imn othstetrlaagstictaobf uthiae uthiaerevolutionary
revolutionary uthiaerevolutionary practices illustrative
of the conditions of turmoil en endemic
demic endemic in Panama was the assas-1
sination of President Jose Bemon,
one of the most popular and ef
fective chief executive the Repub'.
lic ever had.
Seven yersons were formally
charged in the courts With the
murder as principals. agents' and
accessories. Tried in the courts
of- Panama all were acquitted by
jury despite the fact that the re reputed
puted reputed leader and participant in
the crime had made a complete
confession of hie gull shorly af afconfssion
confssion afconfssion of his guilt shortly aft after'
er' after' the, assassination occurred 4--
though afterward he attempted to
repudiate it. Upon acquiatl of
these seven accused persons the
prosecuuting authorities of Pane Panema
ma Panema asked the courts to liberate
from prison former President Jose
Ramon Guizado who was then
serving the sentence decreed by
the siklational Assembly. With ", no
objection from the Assembly he
was thereupon freed pursuant to
court direction.
Considering all the attendant
facts the failure to find or convict
any person or persons responsble
for this fiendish murder constant
one d the most tragic failure of
justice in all the annals d crimee
Moreover this failure established a
mystery as complete as that
svhich surrounded the "Man of
the Iron Mask."
It is noteivorthy, too, that from
time to time prominent citizens'
and leaders pf Panama have often
been forced to flee for sanctuary
to the Canal Zone, Indeed a wel welcome
come welcome haven for escapees ,,, w h o
could not obtain complete 'protec 'protection
tion 'protection except for the fact that 'the
United States has sovereign con conrol
rol conrol over it.
These statentents are not made
in any spirit of unkindness toward
Panama, or its citizens. Howev However,
er, However, because of the realisstic, char character
acter character of the facts developed,
is wise to keep them in mind, not
' to discredit Panama but to under understand
stand understand better the reasoil that Un Underlie
derlie Underlie the basic treaty provisions
perpetually guaranteering p m mplete
plete mplete sovereignty over the Canal
Zone to the United States' und
divesting Panama of all sovereign sovereignty
ty sovereignty over it. These provisions I de desire
sire desire to stress are best not' only
for Panama and the United States
but also for the entire world, be because
cause because stability in the Canal Zone
in the past hai enabled, and in 1
the future guaranty, the sue- 1
cessful maintenance' and opera operation
tion operation of the Panama Canal.
On,.the Whole, Mr. Speaker, it
must be perfectly clear that there
can be no question as to the.ex the.exelusive
elusive the.exelusive sovereignty by the United 1
States over he Panama Canal
and Canal Zone in perperuiy.
The asserlota of any so called
itular or residual sovereignty 0- 1
ver the Canal by Panama,. in the
light of the facts involved, is pure-
ly academic and serves no pur purpose
pose purpose except that of agitation and
aggravation. p
- Lit this general connection,
would submit, the realistic truth
is that any diminutiot or diluthn
of United States sovereignty and 1,
COntrOl could not possibly yield a ,1
successful result: this, regardless
of Whether Panama or; some ut 1
er nation than the United States
might be concerned. As I have
heretofore discussed the subject,
this was recoganized in the Hay HayTauncefote
Tauncefote HayTauncefote Treaty of 1901, where wherein
in wherein Great Britain relinquished to
the United States certain. existing t
rights held by the former with
respect to the construction and o- c
peration of an Isthmian, canal. i
The United States policy was es- s
tablished thereby; and, for the
reasons I have enumerated, svas t
followed
treaty of 1903. , t
, Finery, -if Panama had Joint t
sovereignty and control with the 2
United States over the Panama t,
Canal and the Canal Zone, would t

score of newspapers and maga magazines.
zines. magazines. In 1925 he was considerad
the best known imd hiabost paid
drama critic In the world.' A
, Through the yeari.he wrote
more than 30 books on the thea theatre,
tre, theatre, theater eriticiqm, the good
life and the bleasures of helm, a
bachelor. He married for the
first time in 1955. His wife.
actress Julie H4rion. was with
him when he died in his Royal Royalton
ton Royalton Hotel apartment.

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, Roque Corder, talented Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian composer, will be rep represented
resented represented at the ,,Interamerican
Music Festival onening April 18
in Washington. D.C.
HIS Second Symphony Will be
the closine numberi of the first
program. This is the' SYmPhonv
for which Corder was awarded
one of the four maior trizes
the second Caracas Festival. and
which promoted Presider, wr wrMon,
Mon, wrMon, the Order of Vasco Nufiez
de ilalboa, last' month.
The Arneri Tnterna tionrd
Music FlInd Iftly- Of Whiell Mrs.
Serve Voussevitzkv preeirienr.
nesto de la Ouardia Jr. to'bestow
on him Panama's highest decors-.
has invited Corder() to be oret oretsent
sent oretsent when his svinnhonv is play
ed. Corder has accented and
will leave Panama Ssturdav te
be in attendance at reheargals of
his piece tcrhe lolayed tw the Ns Nstional
tional Nstional SYMOhonv prehOetral' of
Washington. nneer the direction
of Howard li-Titchell. --
By- coincidence, 'Corder met
Dr. Kopssevitzkv, the iate con conductor'
ductor' conductor' of the Poston Symthony
Orchestra, in 19,18, t was on
Aurust 31, 1948.1hat Dr. 'gm's 'gm'ssevitzky,
sevitzky, 'gm'ssevitzky, champion of contem contemporary
porary contemporary trust,. and friend of corn cornnosers
nosers cornnosers of all countries. created
the American eommittee of the
International Music PVT& RP
cOndutted the inaveural benefit,
concert with the Poston Symw Symwphony
phony Symwphony -Orchestra at theiBerk theiBerkshire
shire theiBerkshire Festival at Tanglewood.

Maj. Gen. Harrold
Named -For Rank
With Third Star

Maj. Gen.. Thomas L. Harr Old
has been nominated ,bv the Pres President
ident President for promotion to Peutepant
aeneral sublect to confirmation
by Ithe Senate., He has recently

been assigned to duty, as com commandant
mandant commandant of' the 'National War
College in Washington.v
Harrold is currently command commanding
ing commanding geners,1 of U. S. Armv Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. He is expected to leave the
command here in late May He
will be suce,eeded 8,3 commander
here by Maj. Gen; Charles L.

CHIE' IN QUANDARY
RIO DE JANEIRO, (UP) Rio
Poliee Chie' Panilo Sunes said on
Sunday that a cow order over overruline
ruline overruline the arrest order against
Brazilian Communist Lleader Luis
Carlos Prestes has made it, im impossible
possible impossible tor police to combat Com Commussism.
mussism. Commussism.

this make for greater oor lesser
stability for the entire enterprise?
In the light of history the answer
must be obvious. -lindoubtedlY,
those who framed and executed
the treaty of 1903 had the problem
of sovereignty and control clearly
in mind, and undertook to pro provide
vide provide a solution for all time. 1
Permit me t urged, therefore,
that every day that passes makes
raore ,eyidentilie grave ,need for
the adoption, by the Congress, of
the pending Concurrent Resolution
205. Let us not wait until some
tragic incident occurs to spur us
to action.'

Widespread Fighting Continues

HAVANA April 8 (OP) President Fulgencio Batista's government said today
troops in eastern Cuba have turned back rebel thrusts at Santiago and Baire,
ing "sizeable"'casualties the. insurgents. ,
Widespread fighting continued in rebel-infeted Orientelirovince, 'and, cucrail
strike in, Camaguey had virtually isolated the, eastern thircrof Cuba. The rest of the
.
country was quiet. - ,
In. tiovana, moderate oppasition leadei Carro's Mrquez Sterling urged reber
leader Fidel Castro to call off his "total war" ancl let,the people make their choice
of national leaders in the election scheduled, Nov. 3. -

Marquez, who believes k his un untested
tested untested Pueblo Libre Party as a
good chance of beating the Batis,,
tg organization in the election,
told United Press correspondent
Johq T. Skelly he does not believe
in 'government by revolution." t
In the ,ea4ern provincial capital
of Santiago, seven U.SS newsmen
were arrested for' entering areas
restricted by ,thli army. Authori;
ties here assured the U.S. Embas Embassy
sy Embassy the Americans will be releas released
ed released "immediately," ,
The prisoners are Harold Libin,
of the United Press; Ray Bren Brennan,
nan, Brennan, of thdi Chicago Sun Times;
Ed Cannel, of NEA; Homer Bi BiI
I BiI gart, of the Nei, york Times; A Alan
lan Alan Johnson of Las Vegas; John
Trabel, of CBS, and 'Bob Silver,
of WKCT Miami.
There. was no immediate word
as 'to the whereabouts of James
Elsman And Bart Huthwaide, jour journalism
nalism journalism students from the Universi University
ty University of Michigan who were arrest arrested
ed arrested yesterday afid were to have
been released last night.
Government forces smashed a
, motorized rebel force apparently
attempting to penetrate Santiago
de Cuba, killing, an wounding "a
goodl number," the atmy an announced
nounced announced yesterday. k
) The communique said -seven
truckloads of Fidel Castro's reb rebels
els rebels attacked a rural. guard outpost
at Dos Ealmas, in the Santiago
suburbs, about dawn Sunday.
The outpost ,f'valiantly repelled"
the attack, seized the seven ve vehicles
hicles vehicles along with 11 rifles apd in inflicted
flicted inflicted a "goodly,number of cas casualties
ualties casualties in .dead,. and ,wounded,"
the communique said.'
Pursuing Castro's Brother

, The army also r e p o r t e d its, Castro hasn't the "faintestcha
forces were, pursuing Raul Cas- his government and warned qo
tro, Fidel's rbrckher, in, northern bered." L ; 1 ,,
Oriente ProVince, Au ariny spokes- i : r s' Q ri,en,:.,, i: '1
man saidgovernment troops led; how niny were lin ,the plane. ,. ,-
by Commander Martinez More- The army Said rural guard!
Jon, surprised Raul's c o Iru m ti, forces from San Luis an dcentral
killed seven, injured a number of Pairrias in Oriente frustrated at4
30 and and illeeing ,in
others, catthired In
scattered the rest"?' thank: tempts b'St armed rebels to burn
4 It said 'they were cut off from cane ,fields and workers'. bom.g in
., , N! Word of Castro'
the rebel stronghold in the Sierra Majarma, in the municipality o'r
Maestra. ; ., San 'Luis. :
Tl'ier'e was no word of' '..Fidel I
.,
a nAnuontiheeern taifriemdy ccolmcmbnenairgiuneg s till e
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initials, V88 and carrying weapons

the Sierra Maestra
It 'aid the plane burned and its
occupants died. If' did not say
do,..dpoin ....7. ..7171meow
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Boys3; Girls 3 ;:,,
Six babies were born in Co'co
Sol0 trospitai during the-. week
ending at midnigh.t Wednesday,
according to the, regular isos isospital
pital isospital report, Duririg the same
period 66' patients were,' admit admitted
ted admitted and13 WOO discharged.
Boys were born to the follow.,
ing',, parents'. Sgt., and
Franklin Chrisman, of Cocci So SoSfe.
Sfe. SoSfe. and Iqrs; D118:10 Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, of ;Franee Tield",', and Mr.
and Mrs., Nugent Josephs, of
Colon. ,
Ntre horn' to th'e tollow tollowtrig',
trig', tollowtrig', Sgt. and Mr.s:, Roy;'Ham.,'
mond,. of Coco Santo; Sgt.' and
Mrs.." jerry', Chaisson, of Coco
Solitm and Sgt. and Mrs. Rob Rob'ert
'ert Rob'ert Johnson, of Coca Solito.

DIEFENBAKER' FISHES
'HAMILTON?' Bermuda (UP)
Cahadian Prime Minister John
Diefenbaker today planned some
deep sea fishing as he enjoyed
a brie vacation following his vk vktory
tory vktory ip last.week's eleetion
Diefenbsker arrived here Satur Saturday
day Saturday with his wife.
4

Dasher, currently deputv com-
mander in chief of DWI-0d States
Army,. Europe, General Dasher is,I Viithei Or' Not
expected tl ;une, , , . ,. .','
:CHIE.1141,QUANDARY...... Thil weather report forithe ?,
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This weather report forithe 24
hourst ending, 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by fre Meteorological
and Hydrograprie Branch of the
Panama Canal Companv:
, Balboa Cristbal
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TEMPERATURE': I
High ...' 96 83
: Low 19 '' 75
HUMIDITY:
Iligh 92 , 90
' Low 51 17

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was -shot. in: Caar-mstr;o;swato-rd-wayis:
ed:cy.11; ,o.iffhe
plastered flavans with signs pro proCastro's
Castro's proCastro's 2fith of July movement
io7t 'r-e-be-ls
()CCU
t ilet Spt iaaeinrdtrsat hdMei eapdel as tnreal t ?fduoirodnt he di ni osai s ys
claiming', "On 1, To, The General
E", k I 1 Strike"1 and tBuy Food, Candles
1 ift 'pantie rAnd

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BATISTA WARNS CITB4N REBELS,-- Briesking in Hay:-
fresident Fulgencio Batista sasts that rebel leader r--
Castro hasn't the,"faintest chance,' of success" to overthr,
his government aria wi,irned astro ihfit days are nuin

Others -urge partisans to throw
broken bottles and scrap into the
streets to impede transportation.
There sill was no formal, gen general
eral general strike call -from Castro al although
though although the rail hub of Camaeu,,y
was'reported paralYzed by walk walkAI
AI walkAI effective, the action could cut
Ctiba in two and isolate the. easter-,
third ,of the nation.
(oe work stoopage began developing-
hi -Camaguey Stinday.
Then repoKs trickled in that "un "unknown
known "unknown Rersons" burned down,the
Dos Catninos rail junction on tiv tivline
line tivline between Clara. and
Santiago, near. San ttliS.'

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RAIN (inches), 0
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Citba'S President Fulgencio patista sas that rebel 'leader r--
Castro hasn't the, "faintest chance,' of succes" 'to overthr,
his government and warned astrothEit days are man
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1. now many were In Abe plane. ,- 'I.' t
The army Said rural guard! I Ili ---'"".".".":,
forces 'from San Luis an dcentral I
Pal ITIR S in, Oriente frustrated at4 L 44 ti i 0 4.
TODAY! -- -- 7.0 0, L 030
i and, illeeing", In Oriente.' ... -' ma'
ttempts b'St armed rebels to turn ',- -""--0---------.,
cane fields and workers'. hom-s in
Maja'r.tua, in the municipality o'r
.San 'Luis. ..;
Sh6ws: 3:15, 6:05, 9;00 p.m,
-, No. Word of Castro' .'- ' ', E
There was no ,,word of Fidel ., ',
:Castro,. who was reported by the
army' Saturday, to be, "cyt 'off" '' I
Castro's 26th of July movement '-' - t
plastered tiavana svith signs pre- ., .. -. '''-' : .' i
claiming ', "On To The General
Strike"1 end tBuy .Food, Candles 11 I i THE 1
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Others -nrged partisans to throw ,411,(.,,-.4 'i:GREA
broken bottles and scrap into the "-'4"6- '-
streets to impede transportation.
There sill was TiO formal, gee- .,
eral strike call from Castro al- .
thpugh the rail hub of Camaety,y ',',
was. reported paralsied ',by walk-
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,II effective, the action could cut ,- sfoRiEs
Ctiba in two and isolate the. ea4.- ,' -..
et-, third ,of the nation. '. -.
(op work stoopage began de- , ,.
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Then reports trickled in that "un- .,... ,... ,..
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Dos Catninos rail junction on tly- ',
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