The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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
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Panama -- Panama

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

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- The application,,of Partalna
,: rP.ral engineer Thomas S. Mc-1
' Kibbon for admission to "-the.
-,-, Canal Zone bar was; ordered'
stricken. from the docket in
, S. District Court today during-the
calling ut cases for the
: ,t1, April t,erm. '

" PARIS, 'Aprrl 9 (UP),-- A stiff
loft of new labor trouble and more
, filiation loomed today for French
- employers, consumers and economy-minded
Government leadets.
,
Unions representing 145,000 work work,
, work, ers in 'the nationalized coal min
ing industry tompleteU prepara preparatons
tons preparatons for a 24 hour ",warning':
ktrike scheduled for Saturday.
' The walkout will set the stage
tor a mine strike of indefinite fu fu,
, fu, ration beginning April 21 if union
'leaders 'decide their wage a n d
work-week demands. ar not getting
t fast consideratioms,
Thethreatenred coal mincstri e,
- -one of many that could erupt
: in th e nationalized industries this
month--put the GovernMent in ar
lough spot,. '1
- If the wage' dernandds were met.,
observers expected a chain reac reac,
, reac, tionof salary demands other
Sate-run concerns such as rail rail,
, rail, ways, gas ancl electricity t a' t
v I p to refuse,

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- The action was taken on the
basis of at, recommendation of
the admissions committee of
the Canal Zone Bar Associa Association.
tion. Association. '
- Noting that It', hhd nreviOus nreviOusly
ly nreviOusly (last July 25) recommended
thatMcKibbon was eligible to
take the local bar.examination,
th, ecommittee nevertheless re reconunended
conunended reconunended that the appli applicant's
cant's applicant's petition be, denied. on
the grounds that his, educe,.
tional background Is, Insuffi Insuffi,
, Insuffi,
McKibbon hid presented
as evidence of his legal train-
ing his graduation ln 1929,
from the Law School of the
University of Omaha. initial initialty
ty initialty this had been deemed 'ade 'adequote.
quote. 'adequote. However, in its recom recommendation
mendation recommendation Of Mar. 7, 'which
was acted on today the com
mittee observed that:
"There is no evidence-in' the
record 'or intrinsic that the
stdd school is, or was at,-the
tirne applicant graduated there
from', approved by the Amert'
loan Bar ASSOCiatiOn, Which ap approval
proval approval has, heretofore been the
criterion' adopted., by the court
in ,determlning -Whether a law
school in the United States ls
approved!' I
The docuinen4t added:. "In
view this,- the comnlittee'
finds .It unnecessary at
time to ,consider the effect of
the" ,Informatioh contained in
the Amendment -to the pet pet,
, pet, McKibbon had ,amerlded hi
petition for admission 'by sup-,
plYing information that in July
and August 1957, he had been
Wel in Balboa, Magistrate's
Court on a charge of petit lar larcr,
cr, larcr, y, and had been acquitted
V:- reef on "r. 17, lf;57.

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CAIRO Th v
, ,,-
rvp,ian press today welcomed the
. ;,,tatement by Secretary of State
Tohn Fester Dulles that the Uni Unifed
fed Unifed States was trying to get along
;With President Gomel Abdel'Nas Abdel'Nasmet.;
met.; Abdel'Nasmet.; but urged 'positive gesture'
le prove;it. '
ti All Cairn newipapers' printed the
' ;Niles statement ,under- banner
lioadlineso-
'Independent,ALAbram 'said 'We
!Welcome America's good It
'said the statement,"proves there
, :is a new tendency in American po policy
licy policy to face facts in the Middle
'itast." ;'
'' However 1 ft added Ithat
,
wards "'amounted o1o1 statement
'of intention,", and this isn't c criough.
riough. criough. It Urged concrete measur6
'es to prove the intent, and sug suggesed',
gesed', suggesed', that Washington release
the remainder of Egypt's, frozen
funds' in the U.S. as one, such
measure. :

, ,'These dollars are nothing to
, the UnIted'States end Egypt, but
, such a step would demonstrate
good will which Mr, Dulles ex expressed,"
pressed," expressed," the voaper said.
In other Egptian press reports,
'the Middle East News Agency re reported
ported reported that' Soviet Premier.Niki Premier.Nikita'Khrushchev
ta'Khrushchev Premier.Nikita'Khrushchev sent Nasser a mes message
sage message this week informing him of
' the Soviet decision to suspend ntv.
clear tests..

' Settlini your differences In
S. District Court or Ito Ito'
' Ito' pealing tO the,States Courts if
4you all.' convicted there of a
rto crime ,-,,-,, will cost you more
1 .$hortly.
'During 'thii morning sessiori,
'3udge Guthrie F. Crowe read
to attorneys present
munication from the Adminis Adminis,'
,' Adminis,' trative Office of the United
''..Staies Courts, lOcated in Wash Wash?
? Wash? ingtn, D,C,
The ddcunient 'authorized all
, 8.'District 'Courts to increase'
,their'' reporter's charges for
'I's transcripts of cases by 10 ents
a page for each original, and
, -five cents a page for each car
, 'bon copy.
, It also authorized maximums
fof 65 cents per page for orig-1
' inals and 30 cents per Joage fot
icarbons. '
The fees are part of the
,icancensation of the court re re,,rortPr
,,rortPr re,,rortPr who provides the tran tran'
' tran' ficript. ,
, ,,,.Transcript are required
. v4-enever a criminal case is
, appealed to the Circuit, Court
ov; the 5th Judicial Circuit in
, New Orleans.
' They are also frequently re-I
) in, civil

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' DUESSELDORF, Germany Anti!
9 (UP) West 'Germany's first
major postwar strike in the boona boonaing
ing boonaing 'Ruhr was averted early today
four hours before it was Ichedul Icheduled
ed Icheduled to start. ,,
' Labor and management agreed
on a compromise pay raie, f r
180,000 basic iron and steelworkers
at 2 cm.
A.. strike wOuld, have -cost 'em 'employers
ployers 'employers and the country' millions
and undermined the German post postWar
War postWar "economic -wonder." --"0-
- Under the agreement workers
paid by the hour., will reeeiv 5.3
per cent ,rtises retroactive to
Feb. 1.- Pieceworkers will receive
it'4.3 per 'cent increase from the
same. date, and the steelworkers
will work 44 hours instead of 45
hours a 'week beginning next Jan.

LONDON: April 9 (UP)Presi (UP)President
dent (UP)President Eisenhower'S refusal to or order
der order an end to United States nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests was hailed in Western
Europe today... ,
But it was shrigged off 'with
only passing comment in the
Communist LOndon Daily Work Worker,
er, Worker, etnd- failed to gain space on
Moscow radio's globe-girdling
broadasts to Russia and the
rest of the ,world last ,night and
nearly this morning. A
Ae United Press survey of un unofficial
official unofficial government reaction and
treatment by western European
newspapers of the President's re rejection
jection rejection of Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's latest propaganda
call for an end to tests showed
it was greeted warmlY. '
The British government with withheld
held withheld immediate comment', The
conservative Times of ,4ndon,
which often reflects the govern government's
ment's government's views, also reserved corn corn',
', corn', -But the Liberal Manchester,
Guardian said thit in defehding
his stand. th ePresident was in
fact able to produce a reasonably
impression of American. initia initia,tive
,tive initia,tive for 'limiting, and eventually
eliminating nuclear warfare. 4
Eisenhower's note- replying to
Khrushchev's bid for what U.S.
officials have billed as a propa propaganda
ganda propaganda move in halting tests was
sent to moscow, while British,
scientists reported increased ra-1
dioactivity as a result of last lastminute
minute lastminute Soviet tests, ft was ex-1
pected to be relayed to Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev in Hungary, where he has
spent.the pas tweek on his first
trip abroad sine taking over the

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OFFICIAL VISITCanal Zqne Clov. V,. E. Potter and top school officials visit i special class classroom
room classroom at Gorges Hospital, equipped' for a small group of handicapped chitdren,who require spe special
cial special trainim.,In addition to ,these about 170 younsters on the Atlantic side' are relceiving teme-
), dial reading coursts. Speech-correction tis being taught to about 100 others'. Left to right: Pot- 4
ter, kneeling; Mr& Josephine Jones, teacher; 11; L Donovan, civil affairs director,',41 E.' Esser,
-superintendent of, school; and -James W. Wolf, director of special education, )vticr is directly in
charge of .the education prograra for handicapped children. ..r ; ",

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,CAMBRIDGE, Masi. April' 2
(11P) Scientists at Smithsonian
, I ,,Ohc-rvatory, said
yesterday' that Russia's second
earth satellite, the dog carrying
Sputnik II, probably Would ", fall
to earth sometime Saturday.; ,
,- The ,death of. Sputnik 11, with without
out without another,' Russian' ,launching,
would leave the ,United, States
With' the only asktellites 'whirling a,-
bout the .earth.,
Russia's first 'satellite, Spidnik
1, was launched on, Oct. 1957,
and -disintegrated., last, an.,.4 after
circling the earth: Omit 1,7100
times. f.
, The scientists sal. that- Sputnik
11 probably would'. glow like a
meteor when 'it enters.. the e4,:it's
atinosohire late' Saturday., They
said the glow, would be, visible for
miles. e,!
Moscow Radio'' Tuesday 1)-oaddast,its
bormal progress ,,' report
din the 'likely date, of its 4iisintel
on' tte' likely date ot, disinte disintegration,'Two
gration,'Two disintegration,'Two weeks ago, ,:MoscoW
said SpIttnik 11 would end its
istefice sometime between April 5
and April .!,
The IL S, has Explorer,, ExI
EloreviII and Vanguard 1 In

premiership from Nikolai Bulga Bulga,
, Bulga, Some newspapers displayed re,.
ports oft the President's reply
more protninentiv than they, did
Khrushchev's note' late'', last
month. ,s, s, ''"
Ill Rome. the mass-circulation
MomentorSera said the ,,"con ,,"concrete'"
crete'" ,,"concrete'" reply showed.that 4'Amer 4'AmerIca
Ica 4'AmerIca wants to test, the real inten intentions
tions intentions of Kremlin men." It added:
that Eisenhower invited them to
"stop equivocal actions the prop propaganda
aganda propaganda aims ,of which ire well
known to L
'Yugoslav newspaners and ra radio'
dio' radio' stations reported the ,note
had been sent without comment.
But Yugoslav government sourc sources
es sources said unofficially Eisenhower's
renly paved the way tO a ,SUM,
mit meeting,

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By DOC WOG

NEW YORK (VP)--Some days
you can't make a dishonest mil million.
lion. million. And what's worse, nobody,
,

A man in our offiCe named.,70-
seph L Jones arose at 7, a.m.
his Pelham, N. y, home, feeling
fin and took the train'to work.
He emerged from Grand Cen Central
tral Central Station onto 42nd'Street ,and
decided to do some banking,, be-.
fore going to the oftice. The Arens Arensaction
action Arensaction involved transferring mon money
ey money from his account in one big
42nd Street bank' to another, big
42nd Street

n';etwt. cG-omettin'.' alnoldegrelYn Gchalethteori, Ithhte
Caribbean Command, and ,Mrs
C arrivrinthe--tafid
tomorrow by military aircraft, the
command headquarters announc announced
ed announced today.
Gen. ind Mrs. Gaither will ar arrive
rive arrive late lit the afternoon' at Al-
brook Mr Force Base where they
will be "net by a small welcoming
par ,bc.fore going. to their guar-,
ters Quarry Heights.
Greeting the Gaithers will be
Maj.' and Ma, Truman IL Lan,4
donl,Ambassador' and Mrs. 'Julian
F.'4Iarrington, Gov. and Mrse'W.
E. Potter,, Maj. Geni and Mrs.
Thomas L. Harrold; Rear4dmiral
and Mri., George H. Wales, )3rig )3rigGen.,
Gen., )3rigGen., and' Mrs., Louis V; Hightow Hightower.
er. Hightower. ,14 4',
Other in the party Will be Brig BrigGen.
Gen. BrigGen. and, Mrs.' George Ir. Schlat Schlatter,
ter, Schlatter, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. ,,Milton
L. Ogden, Lt. 1 Gov.', and Mrs.
Hugh M. Arnoldo Cot, andA,, Mrs
Paul A.. Zartman,, Cant, and Mrs.
11.-.St. Angelo, and Cape and
Mrs. Carleton E. Mott.
On )"riday at 9:30 cmi a joint
honor guard ceremony will 43e
conducted by the Caribbean Cor:o.
mand at Query. Heights, which
will be the official welbome to
Gaither and will mark his first

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Rec2alzt Pura
Held Oli
,A; repeater burglar who was aI aI'ready,,
'ready,, aI'ready,, on probation and also ''' in
jail ,awalting trial, on a ,charge'ef
bUrglarizing al-Canal Zone hoine
faced thellalboa Magistrate toda
on still,another charge of burgla,
iry.;
Manuel Cedeilo
nian, is: accused of, having enter entered
ed entered the rear Of the bisement of
Quarters 1554-A, Balboa, Mar;
18, ivith the intentiok,of commit-e
tine larceny.-1,: 7 :1"z
, lie was jater caueht by a Canal
Zone polkenian,,vith some of -the
stolen 'pronerty.4 Missing article.;
included seven' melt's shirts and
two pairs of trousers.
After,,,si hearing todaydeedefin
wag boom! over for trial ;11 U.
District Court on the most -recent.
charge,
,'Bait of $500 at-fixed, but--,not
posted. ,

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Vent to the first' big bank have

and, withdrew $2,320. He liut the
check in his pocket, walked two
short blocks to the 'other bank.
made out a deposit slip, ,and
thrust it and the check into a
teller,'s window:
, "I think," said the teller pleas pleasantly,
antly, pleasantly, staring at the check, 'that
this probably won't go through
theclearing house. It says a mil million
lion million 'dolor& here."
The face of 'the' iheck an announced
nounced announced that the sum to be paid
to the order of Joseph L. Jonet
was $1,q02.320.
tYou ,bettRr take .1Lback,,and

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, An out-of-court', settlement was
reported to the U.S. District Court
today, in damage suit MO by
William Clinton Bailey,' et a ver verr,s
r,s verr,s the United 'States Ameri AmeriThe
The AmeriThe Cage 'grew' out of aa
'dent la,st year in which a ,young
man under legal age was riding
a motot bike and vas knocked
down by a ,military vehic'e.
, The ,Baileys collected $2,250 in
damagei.

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Attorneys de Castro and Robles
represented the plaintiffs.
The' District 'Attorney's office
represented the defendant. 3

have them issue another. check,"1
the teller ,said. I
Y'Go back and do, it over?"
said Jones, ,"Oh no, why don't you
just call 1em up awl see what's
wrong ,,v. 8
The teller said, just a minute.
When he returned, he said he had
called the first bank and they
agreed to fix things up with the
right sum.)The first bank opined
that after they' had closed, the
day before, somebody had acci accidentally
dentally accidentally brushed against the keys
of the electronic machine tit a t
makes out the checks, and the
mechanism had stayed 'all night
with- allgure MM., and a.,couplcot.

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WASHINGTON, April I
President Eisenhower said today
he sees no need for a decision
now on cuttihg taxes. ; t
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'He told his news conference
that economic figures ,he has
seen, including those on unem unemployment
ployment unemployment yesterday, in his opin opinion
ion opinion do not require a tax cutting
decision at the moment.

The tabor an Comm rce De Department
partment Department reported ,Iresterday
that-March unemployment roge
25,000 tO 5,198,000 while em employment
ployment employment rose 323,000p,
The President sa!d he is keen keen1
1 keen1 ex the tax matter under con constant
stant constant stddy but 4ndicated that it
could be several months, before
a decision is made to cut taxes,
it-tnat becomes necessary.
R pointed out that there ate
81.million people wilt lobs, that
the pubEe hos ft: treat emmint of,
savings and that the Federal
Reserve Board has taken actions
to ease credit., -,
'The President said thiSleihim
to the conclusion that there are
real grounds lot .believing the
nation's economy is going OM the
upgrade one of these days. But
he said he would, not say when,
When a reporter aske4 what
the people could do about 'the
recession, the president ga:e

' '. ?!. ' .-i i ,' the people could no souut 1,
activtty is Commander in Chief recession, the president gave 1
1
Caribbean., n, ... ', ';. n,' clipped one-worCanswer.--buy, i
, The 104 I' ,rwfw, guard certmo;',1..,,. '0, -,,, 4 '; t' ''", ''' '','''t:1"'''''' '-4
'1,r ,t "1 intlutioporsonat-, from 4$ Wher VIP rr nr -a4 t 1
the Army, Natty, Marine Corps -1,4,1 ev should bti. the I te.,,,. Lk,
, and Air Force. A 15 0 gun.sa- said-.-ntinything, However, he said
, tuts will' bessounded in, honor be did not. mean that people
of .., tho ,. new'. Commander. in ahOuid, buf rarolesiv but' ehoilld
, Chisf,, end the Air Forgeoband do so selectively, rid get what
1 and a joint Color Guarci carry,0 they want, ,': o,
ing the flags of tho Caribbean' ,,n.
Command will '.add sound ,,and rie 1 ' .. :
color to the time-honored sere-- r: er v, Domestic ,,
,
nY. ' ' r 11 'd 13' A' tri ''
In' the 4eviewing n stand with .e P V U
Gaitherwill; be, the' Army;
and, Air 'Force. coniponent coin- i, ,,, Inn n ,,or
menders' and. the Caribbean Com, ..' t ';
Nal'Y cinlit. F 'Life
mend Chief of Staff.; , 'n .n Dottoriat Santo Tomas FLOSPI

1 wanders and. the Caribbean Com, ,, ,t '''
Mand thief of Staff.; , ', .n Dottoriitt Santo Tomas HosPi HosPi'
' HosPi' ,''.' 4 ' ',' -,.' .. f ', ''',' ': tat, are,fighting today to save the
- Officera 'of, the CaribbSan ,Com- life of an elderly Canal Zone
mand staff and 'their wiveG and
staff officers of the, three compo- on Central Avenue on Good Fri,
domestic,who was knocked down
nent services' and their' 'wives 'daV, while National Guardsmen
have been invited ,to attend tile were clearing the street for the
honor ceremony' w , relielous ,processiow.
, ,' ,,A, i,, ,,,, '''" ,,' : Mrs., Mable' Paul, age' about
In addition An the military' per- 65, nu' ered I punctured liver
sonnet of the command, Amoassl- when a ear being pushed by an.
dor and Mrs. i Harrington, i Mrs. other ,car on, National Guard a
W. 'E. Pottery Lt, Governor and men's orders igot away and plovit plovitMrs.Arnold
Mrs.Arnold plovitMrs.Arnold and Mrs2Robert A- ed' into the crowd o', worshipers
cly will be. present for the occa, near Santa Ana Church.
sion as,distinguished guests of the' Reportedly 13 persons were in incommand,
command, incommand, ,,T ,, n. ,, ., '1, 1 Jure& only one of whom.! besides
-A iormal reeeption, tendered by Mts. Paul. was Seriously 'hurt.' i'
the 'command for,-, the Gaithers Mrs. yaul has worked for many
will be held' Sattirday, ; beginning decades for a'Canal Zone famil3r.
at 7 p.m,' at,the Fort Amador Of- 'rhey were' away Jot the holidaV
liters' Open' Mess. ;Military -and and did not learn of the accident
civilian dignitaries and officials until they returned Sunday. .'
from the ,Canal t Zoner Republic , --r------
of Panama and abet Latin 0 A- 4- .2 ,... ,,, ,',','
merican and European ,countries : .', .,
hat been invited to attend. ri ge, oar 11
,,k., .
01 f C'" t'Z '''' '
u -o our one -,:,,i. -,-, : ,
Damoge Suit-Aired. Ifilth Potter Or

,A conference with Gov. W.
Pcnter followed ,by,1 an eximina eximination
tion eximination of ,the Canal kr!Lista site, got
under way today for the ,tboard of
consultants- on the bridge desigt
and construction., , ,; ,,
Members of, the board arrived
bere,eqrly this morning for-a two twoday,
day, twoday, visit., This is the firet meeting
of the' considtants since their ap appointment.
pointment. appointment.
Members of the consulting board
are Ralph A.' Tudor,- Panama Can Canal
al Canal Co. board member; Roland E
Davis,' Dean Emeritus of the U University,
niversity, University, of West Nirginia; r C.

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',zeroes poised in its, innards, wait-
I ing 'or. someone to come in wich ,1
' a check. ,.-.. - ,. 4
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The check to Jones 13 e e a, 1
they presumed, the irst one made I,
out on that machine the next 1
,mornins and the machifie did its 1
duty as it saw it. Wel Jones
went on to work,' and he began
thinking. He lhought: "Goodness I
ri
I gracious, that mil ion'dollars was
, made out to me, oseph L. Jones. I
In truth and ce ainty, I was a
1 millionaire ...- for five, minutes or
, so. What if .1 had carried it 1
, around all day,I'd have bcen, a
, millionaire for a day,,What il.'
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:, ' WASHINGTON, April 9 (UP) -- President Eisenhowt'
er said todcii that he,would, very seriously consider sus-
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pending U.S. nuclear'tests if the forthcoming series in the
Pacificirovjdes the:United States witlf,necessary scientit
fiedata., -,' ,' ',,, '',- '').,',' ,;',-' , ',
,,, After the1958 :tests are completedohe President
s'aid,' U.S. scientists' will till him whither. they :provided
,.
most, if not'all, of the informotion' they- sought. :
' : If thescientists report suicess in ibtainini the need needed
ed needed informationethe President said h woirld then 'consider
very' seriously a ,suspinsion of firth rnUclear, testing. He
scijcl. it would be perfectly possible hot the United Stoles,
in thcit event wciuld make a 'uni ateral statement of its
, ,.., . .

Intentions to,. halt' testing,.. .'
The Freident- thus left ,, open
the" possibility !of-more tests- in
thc luta& Secretary 'of .,, State
John Foster Dulles said yesterJ
day" the United StateS hOPes ,It'
canIstoo, testing at the conciu conciusion
sion conciusion of the sPring-summer series..
But ,the secretary said the
hood" is' that there will- be need
for further tests,-
'The possibility of further iests
r-derstood -tht
,6o,v
lense,against m160141,24,
tacit,:,;,..,-,f-, ;"
',The PresitCrit his.newscAn,.
ference :.reszted coolly:i to : Pro:-
nosals triad& by Sen, Clifford P.
.

hood" isthat there will be nee I I It
d E'' 1. h
i, ng i; o e r-An'Il
for further tests, -, ---, ,,, ,, ,
'The possibility of Itirther 'Ow ; , ..,:,,,.. ",,,,
li r-derstood .-,to' hinge ,., pis-,,,the t'oNro, API 9 ftP ' -'
),p 0 )-- i oun-
, ,,,... sl ....,,r' ,1,,Ii' 1 '"'-le or (1,-(t,,,,,,,, ,,,,, r'' -, ir r';'":t;tn,-1.-,,
lense tIgainst a, .adV,0 MI601,1 at, ond v. aieN ere , ,, -,-,-,-1,, '.
tack,.,....,,.,,f-c ,,, ., , ..-- to give new c, 0', ),,e whel,kr t oet 4.
-,The President at his newsen newsen,
, newsen, votes, trend sAi .-, trom the .Colt
ference :leacted: coollri to : Pro- servatives is cont,inuing..
nosals tnade, by Sen. Clifford P. AL:hough only local issucs i t a
Cage 01-N.JA that the United ,directly ,st -stake in these elec.
V .1' T '''.
States' ask Russia to Join- in al tions, observers.' believed national
pledge, to 'test only"''clean"' nw issued would dominate the voters'
clear weapons. ,,,.; .,..,,':-,,,, .., .... -,, choice: , ". .,:-:--,. ,' ', ',,,
. Great adVariCeS'haie,4' b e e n .- County Council,' elections ire
Made irt .eutting' down ractioac- held every three years. Theyrstart
tive fallout in nuclear 'tests, the -tomorrow and, ,will, continue 'until
President ,, said:, Therefore,' the next' Wednesday,' which is polling
- , Mist of Britain's country-councils :
term clean is used although there day :for -the,,London County:CoUn-
are controlled by the Conserve-
stilt ig a pertentage of some dirty' cil; -, ,,. ,, , ,
r,e.
one cannot say we-Will test' onlYitives- ' ',, ,, ,,, ... ;
clean nucleer Iiies,pOns. ,T h el -, in the 1955, eleitions tabor Jost
,
Ts' hdUeree fofrer,n,.tt nBertelqvitire I' t '' a a't cl,
ottestion," he added; is how ,. to test crgties,--, Lancashire- ., the
make such weapons cleaner:.,:. "e
fordshirie t nt 3:err ya onrdk s lcilarrem, -. a tShtAll,.... ;
.,' 4 ,,,.... ., '.."--:'""... I'. ,,' .. shire. Lalior noW controls onitsi.v-
MorocCo-Shifting, en of the 82 councils,,ineluding, Ale
, , , , ,London County,' Council,,,- ,, i,,,,
,.. s --' .--o,,-os - Butl Labor is col; ''''' '
uiplomequ' kmrnss- rtent- t)fl re'
,, gaining the West -Riding and eels ..'-
at it has a good, chance in g the
. YOU.. . ', other A3untires.,, ;;,,,-.--, I Irro.
rro. Irro. S. C011ed in. il., z..,-
The 'Liberal
''-, RA ItAT, Morocco,- Ann party luta been con-
'1 9 'MP )
'--- Government4,. sources said to
, centrating un, ,byelections foei he. '..
. , House, of Commons.,I so far,' a
day an imnortant shift in Maroc,- not tried-to' d h ' 1'4 1
rive 1 ono its, grow., ,,
co diolomette 'corps is, hi- the wind, i 1
ng popu silty in the count, eistin
astA het, liff ., 1- ..

, , mu... a4atuva MI W L VIM Via in Ur:Er.V.
en of the 82 councils,,including, pi
..oroc . ,Londort County' Council.,,,,, .. tvt
k 1,:....,---...L-.4.'"or "4 ," ...,. Butl tabor is confijtent: ef..; Ie.
Pilpitpl 111 ": 1 IL L.,' ri 11 T gaining the West -Riding and loch
,
d .. that it has a good, chance in! the
other A3untires. ,. ,,,, ,, ,, ,,, : :
-'' The Liberal party ilia been4con been4con'
' been4con' RAIIAT, Morocco,- Aoiit 9 'MP) centrating ,on, byelections foei the
'.,. Government 4, sources said to to'
' to' House, of COMMOnS.,, I so far: ball
day an imnortant; shift in 'Ittoroe,-'
Mcfn. ::::6;0S1hielfdtelining':
not tried' to. drive IhOme ita 'grow-,
co dinlomattc 'corps is, hi. the wind, log popularity in the 'pout,. enktin
and that Morocco's ,ambossadora,eil elections. : y, r 4; :,.;
to Calro.'llome, Tunis,,,Washine- ,.-,. ,' f t t,, .1
ton and Madrid bil.ve already been 1. ta A g I ' 1 :1'; 1; 'i : I
called tri consultation.. ,,,
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- mo- '' t ,.- ,... 't ,', v- ,.. -,. ; torship Lisholt set 'tor tomorrow'
:.--- -', .' '..,' .- .. -. --in U.S.,- Distriet Court, attorney
' '''': -'-'.' '' '' '' were asked today to engage in, a
Turner, oeputy commission0r and
------- --- --- "pre-pre-tria."- conference thiS aft.
chief t engineer ,-of the Bureatt f ernoon., 4, -, -''
Public Roads: Edward B. Burwell
Jr,; consulting foundation engineer
attorneys lor the litiganta that it
Judge .Gtithrie F., CroWe 0;told
and geologist, of Upperville, -,,Va., has become Increasingly the: cup,-
and Aymar Embory II, bridge ar architect
chitect architect of New-York. the admiralty docket Is heavy --,
tom, in Ne 'York City where
All members of the: board are
attending except Turner,, vvho is, holdpre-trial conferences until at atfor
for atfor federal judges to ;refuse to
beinerepresented by E. L.' Erick- torneys give assurances they have
son, chief of the bridge design di tticussea the case together and is
vision of 'the Bureau -of ',Public toned out-or agreed, on, as much
Roads.- ., - - l' data as -posiblee-- 4 1
,
,, Also' arr' iving ea'r'IY thin; ..,nior'n ..,nior'ntrig
trig ..,nior'ntrig were three, top representatives holt ease Yagreed to the pre pre.
Attorne s Involved in the tie tietrial
trial tietrial roundtable. ; f ',. :
of Sverdrup' and Parcel, the St. -In court today were' two New
Louis firm which is doing the de deYork
York deYork lawyers who arrived yester.
sign work on the br;ige,' The three ,day, to be associate with Vau Si Siare,
are, Siare, Brice R. Smith, vice prest- clen, Ramirez and de, Castro who
detK; ,p.' H; Piepmeier, highway
engineer; and E. J. Shields, chief sel,' Skibs A-S Lise. e, t,
represent the'owners of, the on.
bridge engineerfor Sverdrup and In one ,case, they are suing the
Parcel. ,' ,, , Panama Canal Co., in the other,
, The three members of the designing-engineering
firm 'are to ,its employes who were killed cr
the Company chie ly on behal
present. extensive reporta', to the hove is suing the ship.
board of ,cofiultants at a meeting : -The ,New York attorneys a r a
to bea held tomorrow morning at 'James M. Estabrook and Fra--. z
Balboa Heights ,,with Canal offi- Byrn o: the firnv of Haight, Cl-z.
eials-, These, presentations will in- den, Poor and Havens.
elude ,Many 'phases of the bridge -Attorneys Bentz,, Markun, 'I: ".-
proj-Ict which have bzsen, develop- Kabner and -Daly are on rec-- 1
ed by the. 'design flrni up to the for the Canal Co.'
present. , ,, ,,,,,,, ,' The Lisholt burned, then eA-- '.
s' The presentation, by the Sver- ed in Balboa harbor elm t 1 I v e
drup and Parcel renresentative to- years ago. Five Canal ex -,- ;
morrow rnorning will be followzd were killed or died as a re ,,t (!.
by an afternoon session which will the aecidert, and alme,t, a s-
bedevotect to a general, discussiou., were injured. ,,', -- ,-

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- tvays, gas and. electricity t it a' t petition for admission 'by sup-, lo if; 11
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. vAlli 1,, ij,--,,,;,,,:i to rfuse. : plying Information that in July .': 01! r 7::."!-: .-- -
erO oniorroW A ternoon
., upgrade one 'of these, days. Bu
he said he yv sion of the opring-summer series.. , .
, .,'' : ,------ and August 1957,1-ie had been T' 'II 5 11
0 c ;1I''''' ' .. a
' - ''' '' - ' When, a reporter -askect 'wh t canstop, testing at the conchi
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- ' r", 1 c-1 :. tried in Balboa. Magistrate's 11 a 11111 j 1 4 ,' ''' 4 -, ', ,, , ,, ''.' ., .. 4 .., .. ; -t 1. ., the .people' coc)uulidd n;ot;a6banul the
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' Court on. R charge' of petit lar- .' ': '' r. .., .,... tt. -Gen. lidee.y.. Gaither, .., the activity).- is Commander In ',.. Chief recession( the President go-,:vey !I,
:hen.
But the secretary said the "llicell- ., ,. . , ,.,
for further tests;' 2 ''', 2,'''''', i i
it ,,,' 2. . n 4
, cr, and had been acquitted -CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Aprn s
' new' Commander. in Chief of the Caribbean,' ' ,,:' ..-, ,t,','2' clipped one-word answer...43.n, -The PossibilitY ,;-.,-.
Of further es e ....,, .,. ,.., ,,, ,,,. J. ..,. ,,,, Ja.,,,,, ;:, ,,
, ' tl''' rent on i''-t. 17, 1f17.,- , (1.1P) Scientists at Smithsonian
, Caribbean Cominand, and Mrs tho loint. f ,nne. 'guard ,iertalo,:1,1.,...,--..',", 4' ,-;'" "'''' ,;'.'''''::tiLt:'''''''''."4 1 i r "sderstood ..-til'' hinge', Oni-, -the ,,i'.,4-)r,p-01 '''''Api, 9 -cup). cuult-
. Astr,,,,I,ysic, I Obp"rvatory,said ,; ,1 ,1, r,
C:,---r 'r .1 arrive-irihetah,,t-,i,r 41 inclutia-poesanat-, from ,i When the rr 'r''' I -, -..,-,,v l-lit, "9,' of' e-P-(ty,,''.,,, ei- -4 jr '''''..Vtn,-4.'.,
' that Russia's second
--. v, .1 (6 I i yesterday
1 '. he 11,14, ,Ikk ' ' '1, 1 qt 1 i'' I.,,,e., '
tomorrow by,military aireraft, the -the Army,' Navy,' Marine Corps ,,t1,ev,,siiould bi.., t s,, ftkr,0 noaltitt 0 A ist mi
t-1 ,mh,,,,, ,,40.,,, .6, J." 1,,,,, .00.i., ..., pm., V, aieN ere ,i. ,,,,vi,,,,,i -1,,- r: ,,
' ' 41;,,,r1,,,,, r--;-.1,1t i u-Ill-"S'iit"-1"Y earth satellite, the dog a-, carrying command 'headquarters ., announc- and ,Air Feraik, A 15 pun4a- said;-tinythIng, However, he sa u tack,',. ,,,,c, l' : '' 0', ''- :' ';'.', At-. to give new c' 0,', ),'e whetiv:r Los
i 'ile a a ' l''''11 iod Sputnik II, probably Would 1 fait ed todeu. -,, .
, .. J.-ma, sikasaa... it ,. , ''' ' ". '. '" :lute will-bossounded In,. honor '''. be did' not. mean that .people
' The 'President at hie newsecin-, votes, trend it.t.t ;-' t from the .Con
,
' ':' ''' ' ' Fs I 11 I' Sts1- '''''
, ,, CAIRO, April le (ITP),-, The t t"'
"' t"' ITS 3 l' I
, ... t, to earth sometime Saturdalr4 ,., -,,, a .. .. ':,, ,,.. 1.
ur u wito- Gen' and Mrs 'Gaither will
1 at .-- The cleath of. Sputn . .
..... '' ' ' ''''' '''' ' f th '' C d I h 4 b ite earelesr but' ehotild ted 'coollv't to : Pro- servative '' '
COlitititlin'l )'
.. ,,,.. ,,, 1 , , .., 0 ,' 0 now,. (unman or,,, n s oul 1. , rerenee :leac : , s is .,., ,
w at.
-- lir Chief end. the' Air, Forotaband flo ea selectively,. nd get n
- nosals Made by Sen.' Clifford P Although only local'issocs a r e
,. 'Nis., ,, out anotheril Russian' Aleunching, rive late hi the :afternoon' at Al Al."
." Al." rypzian press today welcomed the ,' ,. ,. :' d I t Cele G d th t .L ''. .1'') that the United di ectly t t k in th se 1 ca.' '
an om r uar carry. ey wall .'.., -, .., ,: case (R-H. , , r 'a s a e e e e f
, 4-4 Id ' tates
I wou leave the United": S brook Air Force Base where they
., -. ;;,,tatement ,by Secretary of State Imp the flatis of the Caribbean' -., - . -' ',--. States' ask Russia to' Join- in, a! tions, observers,: believed national
' '' ''lohn Fester Dulles that the Uni-' so i t ..
51"co Erd 011 -r
,...: with the only siktellites whirling eu- will be net .by a small welcoming
,P. :'' bout- the ,earth, 2 ,!. .,'-' a ',',;,,, partY ,brfore going., to their guar- Command will add sound,ond r
Ide.ri Domestit':;
,
pledge, to test only 7,1elean"' nue issued would, dominate the :,voters
, fed States was trying' to get along ,,,, ,,, . ,.., .,. : ; ,,',. ,,. ..- 1, .. - I t h ti .-h rod r.,... ...., v
to Or 0 t .0 me., ono. cars ,, ,, ,.,, ,,; , .,
' clear weapons;,',,,;,!-.,,',-,..,: ,,-:, -., : choice: . ... ". ", ,,'," i ,, . ,,
ters at Quarry Heights.. -' ,..k.
ik. '' a Orith President Gomel Abdel 'Nes- DUESSELDORF .G r A I Russia's firat 'satellite, SPidnik
' 0 e many nri Greeting the 'taithers VII' b nu"'" t.'; '''''' '''''. '''' l'' '' 0--
' '' II'd 13' Au' tn'''.---- Great- edvarices'liaii,4' b e e n ,' County Councir elections ': ire
radloac- held every three years." Theyrstart
- mei.; but 'urged a 'positive gesture' 9 (12)-,-- West Germany's first I, was launched on, Oct. 4, 11157 In' the re lewing stand ' with : e P V '-' ' '' d in e tting" down
,' '---- ---, Mai'. and 'ore.. Truman Hk Lan-, ;', s ,,,,,-' v.' ... ,' i .3 '' ,.... ,:: ; ,. 4., L,, r i.'. .Z.":- Ma e u ,,t d
IS le prove; it. '' '' '. ; :- ', major postwar ,strike in the boom. and clisintegrated,last, Jan.,.11 after 1,,
don, 'Ambassador and Mrs. 'Julian Gaither 'will' be, the Arm' ' N C 7,,.1.1 a; sai tive lallout in nuclear 'tests, the morrow 'and, will, continue unt
0,, All Cain) newipapers'pnn
ted the' cling -.. the earth boa 1,,t100 -
mg uhr was averted. early today' eir ; , .. ,.... , r. 'Harrington, Gov. and Mrs,'W; and, Air ''Force Coniponent
' Y'. a"' i- islr.- -- -- -',: President ; said:, Therefore., the. next Weditesday,' which is, polling
a Fni'llfe
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' Julies- statement .un er anner four hours before It was Ichedul- times. !!, 2 '''' ':)-,...r. '' :, ," ', E. Potter, ,. Maj. Gen. atid Mrs. menders' and-the Caribbean Com, '' '' ,, ''... ' ' 't Ned although there day :for-the:London County Conn-
, ; term clean a U di ticil ' . 0 '.
, ...., . , ..,.. ed to start. -t,,, ,, ' ...... ' ,,' '' ''''irh' '''' omas HosPl- stilt it a pereentage of some r .. r' ,,
headlines. ,-- ', '. ' ,2 Labor and management -bgreed ''' iiti t ii that-Sputnik
e sem s s' sa Thomas L Harrold; Rear,Admiral mend thief of Staff. i'. ., i. : .n. Dottoriat Santo T .. , Meat of Britain's ceuntry-councils
lik l and Mra,' George H.' Wales Brig- ''' 'A .',4.,' ,,' - ''''' f--; ', ''', ,',' tat .arelighting today ,to save the residue of re elo-octiviitY, ,,,
' ; 0, Independent AI, Abram laid 'We II probably ,, would" glovi:, are controll d b th C '''
iin a compromise pay raiie' f
. 0 y e, a G cl' M Lo i V' Hi' hto '''' I ' "' be ',C II of n elderly Canal :Z et n e
' Therefore, ..the Preqtdent said, e Y e. onservit- .
- 'Welcome America's good 'wilt"' It eteor whey', 'it erters..the 'et4',11,8 ep.' an rs., n s ... g w- 0 !leers of, the Carib an om- i e ,, a
. .,.. .,, 180,000 basic iron and steelworkers was' knocked down one cannot say we"
Will test' only b.:yes.' ,' ., .,, ,., .. .
1 ', i
. ,sa d the statement,' proves mere st. , cm., ... ,,...1,,,,,... ,:.. ,,...,, ..,... a tn
Int Is I t '' 't d y'' They et, 4 ''""' ,'' ''''','''4'''''','1.- ,- mand staff and 'their- wivef,, tad domestic wto
osp ere a e a ur a .- , a h 1", In ,the 1955, election tabor Jost ''
.. :is a new tendency hi American po-
' A. strike weuld,' have, 'Cost em b is.b1 4
said the glow'.would ,e, y, i e or Other In the party 0111 be Brig- staff officers of the, three .coMpo- on Central Avenue' on Good Fria clean nucleer, ,- weapons. ,T
e five counties :-- Lancashire,r'i -the '.-
, ',icy to face facts in the Middle ployers and the country' millions ---- ' Gen and Mrs" Ge ge F S ht t t ' d th '' 'd while National -Guardsmen question, ',he' added; is .how to
mil., .. ..... , ,-, ,... .,; . or c a nen services an eir wives aY '--- 'Wesf Riding !or 'Yorkshire ' StafA .,
- itast. ; , end undermined the German post- .., Moscow -Radio Tues a3i
t, d hi. d ter trig.' Gen,' and Mrs Milton hey been invited ,to attend tile 'were 'clearing the. street for the make such
a i L. jOgden,'',Lt. 4 Gov.', and r'''Mrs holioer ceremony' --- ., i religious ,processiow. ...' --, weapons cleaner.,',,:. fordshirei' Esser' 'and Carm'atheina ;
. ' r-''''''''.- '' shire. Labor noW contr' ols 01113.:0!N. 0, '
't 't:,' Ilowever,:, ft added 141st Dulles War "economic- wonder." --0.7 ''-''-", c.ast its 2. normel. progregss .,,reinTer
Hugh, 11.1.' Arnold, ', Cot, andA,.'Mrs: ., ,' ,;,,,,:, i,, ,,., .2" -,.;', -:,'.!,.. ,.-- .'',. : Mrs.', Mable Paul," a ge a b o u t i. i '' ,.
' words "'amounted 1'0'1 statement on the,,1!kely date. of !t -,111 I en of the 82 councils,'IncludingA Ale
. Under the agreement 'I-workers 1 in
''''Shft. "g-
on' tte likely date tattts2 ;suite- A
d.s. 1 Paul A;,- Zartman,,-Capt., and Mrs.' In additien ta the'militarY per- 65, sn'''ered ,,k punctured i liver el r
re OCCO
w, ,London County,' Council. ,,,,, '.., '
,,,' if intention '!, ,and this mu t c-
paid py -the hour., will reeerv 5.3 r bein ushed by,,,- 'an- .". --- ---,',,,,,,,,,';'470. - ,
gration, Two 'weeks ego, t, MoscoW' 'I' R-St. Angelo, and Cape. and sonnet of the. command,' Ampassa.,, when aea g P Butt Lobar is corriijient', Of., re-
' ' d ncrete measur
, mough. It Urge co per cent ,rtises' retroactive to said Splitnik II wouM end- its- ex-r Mrs.,' Carleton E; mott. ,.:' ' .t dor and Mrs. i Harrington,. Mrs. other ,car On. Nationat G'u a r d s- I O OM 4.P .- ,
ry 1' fit' c-eqns. gaining the. West -Riding ancf Joel' ...;-.
..,',' 'es to prove the intent, and sug Feb. 1.'' Pieceworkers will receive tefice sometime between 'April 5 ' '; '' ''' '''' W. 'E. -Potter,,- Litt Governor ,' and men's orderi igot away and plow- r .- 'a a a'... ', ..1 that- it has a good, chance MI the 1
: gesed, -that Washington.' release e' 4.3 per 'gent increase from the aund April 11. ' 1 ,..!. ,,, -' On ).'riclay at 1:30 cmi a, joint Mis.,,Amold 'and Mrs. 'Robert ,"'A.L, ed, into' the crowd' OP, worshipers rolvniS :. Coiled iin ,. 'other e3untires.,' 4-,,,- ',, t't I I",
!. the remainder of Egypt's, frozen same. date,' and the steelworkers ,- --' ,, - 2 ,i''4,2,--,,,, -..,!-' ,-, honor guard Ceremony ,', will 43e
' :. funds-- in the U.S. as one, such will work 44 hours instead' of 45 ''' The U. S, has Explorer,,Id Ex- conducted by the Caribbean Cor.'.. cly will be present, for the occa, near Santa Ana Church.. c-' :,' ' The -I,iberal party ilia been7e5o; ',
, sion as, distinguished guests of the a Reportedly 13 persons were In- "'. RAIIAT, Morocco,- Arlin, 9 MP)
,,, ientrating ,oft,,byelections fot the -'
: measure., ': ... ,. '..., .. , ,., houre a :week beginning next Jan. nlorerlII and 'Vanguard I In '-- or- ... ,.
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NEW YORKdIP)--Some days check in his pocket, walked two "Go back end do, it 'Ain over?" a check. ,,
roil can't make a dishonest mil- short blocks to the 'other bank. said Jones.,"Oh tio, why don't'you '
ion. And what's worse, nobody, made out a deposit slip, ,and just call 1em up awl see what's '...The check ti
Ares. -- thrust it and the check into a wrong ,, they Oresumed, t
, teller:a , out on that m
A man in our offiCe named.30- ' The teller said, just a mntite..mornins end thf
,eph Jones arose at 7, a.m. "I think," said the teller pleas- When he returned, he said he had duty ,as it saw
iis Pelham, N. y, home, feeling antly, staring at the check, "that called the first bank and they went on to wor
ine, iind took the train4to work, this probably w.on't go through agroeed to fix things up with the thinking. He .tin
Ife emerged from Grand Cen- theclearing house. It says a mil- right sum.)The first, bank opined gracious, that m
ral Station onto end'Street ,and lion 'dolars here." that after they' had closed, the made out to me,
ecided to do some bankinv be- - day before, somebody had atei- In truth and ce
ore going to the oftice. The .trans; The face of 'the' iheck 'an- dentally brushed against the keys millionaire fo
,rtion involved transferring M011- nounced that the sum to be paid of the electronic machine t a t so. What ,if ,1
,y from his account in one big' to the ,order of Joseph L. Jonet makes out 'the checks, and the around all day,'
2nd Street bank' to another, big WaS $1,q02.320. mechanism had stayed 'all might millionaire for o
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The Mail Su le se epee torusa Usders el The Panama Anterkss
totem ere received gratefully .astd are haedied in a hall(' confidential
II yore unfriblos letter doe't be Impatient if It dease't spasm the
next day. Letters are published la the edit received.
Plem try to keep the letters limits(' to no Pate length.
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EEITOREATER DURABILITY'.
Anil Otroo, bOo'utiful totori, tool For the ifoll point thot olvot you ovitri
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:Ike 1,, ,. .,. , 'PATRIOT mita A GRIPE ,,, -,,. ', ,' ---
a &Sir: -- ..i'': --. ; ,,, ,: - -., '...,,. -- -,-- ;" '':''''-'' ''''
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. :: : There are certain aristocratic endues:in Panama that are so
1;drunk with power, gained from exploiting And beguiling a supine
- topopulace, that they. would stop at nothing,,save self-destruction,
. ;:to seek their own selftsh ends. RecentlYt; liewever,' in a battle of
tiGoliaths, one-,eamp was foiled hi 1U-concerted maneuver to def-,
til throne, the head of.. Panama's largest- hotel.' The plot backfired
;:and the' intended victimr'an individuat,,Who: has the courage of
: Hills convictions, is still manager.- ', --1! .,, -'',.',"!',T;',,i-4, ,- s., , -- -,- :
. :: ,' Panamanian political -leaders are 'virtually strangling 'them 'thems,selves
s,selves 'thems,selves ,by failing to feel.and,interpret'tealistically the shifting
ttpulse and temper of the voting massea-Thef-rnan in the street
;:is simply fed up with, the long, one-sided rulaof thOlue-bloods.1
si, Uncle Sant is not a knowingt,contributort4act 00o:the low
, Morallty, lack Of ethics, and corruption. doe-sees'wittiont Probing,
- !sin Isthmian socio-economic-political attivities and human rela.
ob
ot.tions. Neither ishe an unknowing participant irrthapommission
- '14and perpetuation of local shenanigans and socio-economic,ma.
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sochinationt that -Impede Panama's pregress.. To be sure, the Ca Castnal
stnal Castnal Zne administration is no fountain of justice, except-flute
. ::itself.liere-are some -points to ponder: ., ,.., - ; : ,,- ,:, .,', -.i
- .1,3:- '' ,(a) Residential districts along Via Espilia are fringed by,-"ca-
isles' de cite.'" This is very nticeable in Rio Abajo and Pueblo ptue.
. ::ve.' What impression doek this sight treate in the, minds of Our
t; impressionable youth as they travel puathese bustling Vilterpritli
- ::es on ,their way to school., -,- -,-:,. ,,,,, ,,,, ,, -,, .,,,,,,, -,.. .,., 3
- ii,''' (b) The large majority of talented children frcim poor' feint feint.
. feint. sollei are purposely' overlooked when meaty scholarshios ere being
:: granted. This practice leals to,.the eventual -frustration of the
itcountry's best 'potential brains.: (We need more Roque Cordero's
,,,0! end Secundino Torreses). , ,,, ,---A. '--1, '-, ',:', .. ; ',,,-,,- ',.. i ,,
. -". ." (C) Most of our "Diputados" are not iniVersity 'gradUates,
4, ---,
, t add worst they can hardly differentiate between-common and
,:. statute law, or criminal and civil law.' Yet, ironically they are
ki empowered to,legislataThis obvitlus hole in- the armor .0f, our
V 8010115 explains why alert foreigners always get the better of Pen Pen-
- Pen- g amanians when laws affecting them are enacted. PitriaManiall
,-1 nationalism is pure emotionalism. The traditional scapegoat'..of
-.1 4-rabiti' 'Latinos' IS their Amrecognized beenfactor. : :, : ,',--''; '''
; :. (d) Our unlyersitreity is modern anl imposing: However, bY
'' cotnparison -the nation .: does not thew correspondiug,' growth.,
,.;, ,,
. ,,,',.. Many visitrs from Canadt, the Continent the USA, etc., haveh
f made this observation. What are- our university graduatei 'eon 'eon.
. 'eon. ti, tributing to the- industrial And cultural :development of their
ii country? Their influence Is not marked "- because of, traditional
11. graft' and 'Valance." These 'governmental inennitier and 'Wol 'Wolk
k 'Wolk 41 ties Mu'st be removed first, then some semblance of progress May
NZ emerge. ., ',', ,, t : -' '",, -, ' : , ,',. ,;; ,,- ,-
; ... (e) The Canal Zone adMinistratioit deliberately' juggles the
- cultural, educational, and eeonomic standards of locairrate,tom-.:
Munities..,,Take the principalship, 01 ,Patalso Latin4Mericari
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-Y School, for instance. Is the present Mcumbent -a possessor of' the
.. !minimum ecadentic requirementfor such a 'position? No. Would
. '''t the parents of u.s.-rate ,high-schoolers tolerate such a situation?
t i Try it and -be-,prepared to shield yourselves 'from the' exploSive;
al
1,0--"k1C4results lalatrikoh the ,Canal Zone -administration for
'1,, pitching low.- "'-'--.. s,4'st,,,,,,:zi''',iik-i:4,'''''''IT'''''''''N-';'-'1, srint,,q,","''-A:- :-
,4-11.,,,4,,,V) Pan inienVoliticians are Iv yward' becabst, thel ',Colt-;;
, t satuerite'litguilible-and-onoralls,Aleat4,Asnntry (demoe acy)-
,'' Is no stronger, than its people. The people sheilild &Mord their,
','' 'elected representatives to play it straight,. lest they be impeached
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,, i for malfeasance, If that's too difficult to prove, vote them, out, m
the next election.- .'c -,, ,'..: ',,,,.A, '-.-..,","--,-- ,),,:.H.r.,4,-,,, ,,1 ,, ,,,... ,
-- I' ' (g) Sugar milk add dairy,PrOduCts from'Panama ari sold' at
so ,,
1, lower, prices in 'the Canal 'Zone yet in (Malty therare suPerior
II to What wePanamanian- corisumeretit-get from tlw, same Indus Indus1
1 Indus1 tries. -Why?' Such sales to Canal Zone agencies are convententli
termed export sales, or sales to a foreign market. Whet' kind of
,,
gobbledygook is that?.?,,- -- -',,,: -:.. - -....- ., ,,
' ,, -.., Some of these clutrke maY ieent facetious;hut they wilt stand
:Up under objectlye ,scrptiny. t I- ' -''''.
N:' ,, 1. ,,,,, -,,, -,' ': : Disgusted Patriotic' Panamanian ',,
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, The Pacific Teen ,Club- it going tO be a Worthwhile' club if
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3 Adle teenagers are, willing te put forth their time and effort to
, support it, It will be a swell place to' hold any social function,,,or
I' gathering., The club Will,'Provide' what ..the,teenert have wanted
for quite some time;.- .,'Ii ,' .- .,,,- .. -"' ,,.; 4 :. ...,: :,. '2,,;-r ,..-4',',,,
; ',, ,,,' Adults have contributed a great deal, Of Money, tiMe and 'ef-'
fort towards the club.. It is up,to'the- teenagers to pick up where
: they-left off, and carry-out their, carefully, laid ,plins. This will
t ehow-the adults whether the teeners of -this day and age have
, : any Ingenuity or a sense' of responsibility,' .,:,;'hi,...-, -., ,-,,,--., ,,,:',,,,-,,,,,.,-
i ,', I,am lore that the chlb 'will be 9,, great succeii, arid, willliold
: any Memories fOr the teens toll the future-generations- to come. i
, s It needs now mostly the Strong Support ofell' able teeriagers.- SO1
S, you teen8 support y0ur club in Any'Way, yott:,p4sibly cari. Your
0 help can be of great help to the club.- ,----0 -,'.- -',"-', ': ,'-1 ,-::,--,,,...!.
- i -,. -. Tee el, treat Santatlanaltans...4',
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0 : Too LATE,' potANDI ,... --,' .,
!eir:,, ,, ',',, -, ,,- .-- -, ;
' recent edition of a local newspaper told of England's
; eurtailment of Negro immigtantS, I'm afraid you ,have waited
0 too long,England .r .' . , I
: Your population will be overrun with Negroes in just a few
years, for they multiply by marriage and .more so by adultery
O very, very fast As soon as they equal,.your white..popUit4lon,
I then they will went to inter-marry. ', ,,,
S .' 'Tile's marriages soon will produce it mongrel, weak younger
I toTeration. The same thing happens when you breed a healthY
er female with a healthy collie; 'The offspring will be less
intelligent than either the boxer or the,collie,And th.e resultant
i pups will be even more mongrel. ,
-i' ''' : -, Once Great Britain
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MEINION.

Labor Neivs
And
Commerit

- ly VICTOR RIESEL '' '
- ......, ., .
, -.
Eggheads wili be rolling of the
. 2
White Hose lawn long past East- r.,1,,,,,,a,
or if President Eisenhower eccnu- ,...
mic braintrusters a r,e guessing 4 i .. I
wrong. They are advismg Lne Prts I 1 i
ident and his Cabinet not to Ines- il '. ' 1
sure the slump by. the number of : ' '.",,
t
jobless. , . , ,.. )
Their them has it that the un- f : ', 1
employed will increase for monthns t: i t,-,- ,,,
(
while the recession begins to ease 1. i ii- i' ,.:
at the same, time. ' ,,, ; 1 4
MI experts labor, 'government' .214 1 (
and bisiness agree that the next .7, L: P,
1
I
national jobless total will bit some- '''''':, sl, t: ,i,
where around the 5,500,000 mark. I. r-,, i ,.
This is ail incrbase in job bunbers ,,. i 1 i
of some 300,000 in a season which ',, 1 , .i.
usual y- sees an increase in job f I
v
holders o, some 200,000. ... ''i ,,i.' t
- The experts say there's nothing .',. l'f t :
stranps about business inginning : ,), .,
te get better while unempley ''', ., '::
mint Prows, worse- ter a while. 1 t5".,-.'.' I
They belieye that the first group ,, ,- i l':'
te feel the impoet, of returning 4,., i v
prosperity will bs the millions-of ',-; -', .- V -2..
tk
part-time, workers. ., ,-- f. .- .. ';'' Is.
:Some of kthese in auto plants? , ' 4, .:-
steel mills,' other mass. industries :; 1
and coal fields are working as few ,' il.'.1
as two days a-weelt As WI ions of t :'-,'....il
dollars ,in government orders be- '. ..,..1';',..'
gin whipping tip the wheels of qui i- ,;.1,'""'
N
plantet, the companies will begin ... ..,''''...7q
to put their people on a three-day --.
week, then four and, finally; t full -,;-t-
week's work., ,- ."-- r' : ---- ,, '''',..;,i. "-
,. tv
Only. after that will the. totai ,!. -, s--1:-,71..,,,.
number of joblebs be reduced s .2" ,114-,,..r..12,1
slow.y, at first, but steadily if the i 'P" ...74...::::......,;--...;,,
governmennt's guessers are right. e ,'.t.,; .' .,
For the economists to be light, ' :
the jobless figure must hold at less ,
than 6,000,000 this slimmer. By t ' ''-' -
that tithe they expect to see the, .. .,,
unemployed starting back to the
time clock& '' "' ,' '.' '' ';
y it doesn't work out that .way,
the Republicans' may Find '' t h e '. , ',
November ballot boxes as empty '1 ' '-',
ai 'unused lurid' 'boxeS, of which "' ',. vk -"'
there are now millions. - NAN ABOUT, TOWN
:, For several weeks, a I 'over the! ' ,,,'''',.

I d ', regional AFL-CIO 2-leadera Stop the PressesFrafik Sina Sina1
1 Sina1 'ari- -: io-- t k th I
have reparing 'to a e eir ocal trao. whose Capito hber, "How,
unemployed-problems-directly .to Are Ya Fixed tor Love?", (duet (duetthe
the (duetthe Easter home-coming Congress- ten with Keely, Smithwritten by
men. Spurred by communications Sammy Cahn and Jimmy ..., Van
from the' AFL,C10 national head- Heusen) is in great demand 'has
quarters'-Legislative Dept., the re- notified ABC, that he ts, th;ough
gional inen have, been organizing with Ida' TV series,','. When I asked,
delegations for visits totheir Con- him why,te said; -,'Whis needs, kJ
gressmen on the home grounds. 'that fric-frac with, ,that rating
Back home, the emotion !stunning stuff? ,I'm going rta do a 'show
real high in 60 to 100 major com- whenever t itei usie it, maybatwo
munities. - r ot three timet a year, just Air the
Specific liStsaf shut-dOwn fee.' fun, of it",..Direct ttuote from Ter Ter,
, Ter, bidet and depressed plants will ry,Clyne ( who spends thirty mil mil;
; mil; he shown to the legislaterswhe lila,. dollars, year on advertising
will he urged to do something a. for McCannricksn and Chester,
' bout getting government girders, field): "While his ratings,were dis disondendect
ondendect disondendect unemployment relief, appointing, be did sell the pro proread
read proread projects end surplus feed. ducts111.. Punchlinell Sinatra 'will
Ths Congressman who can't del- fly around most of the world just
live:. Nvill ." find,rit AmteirostonsistytN to unwind., and,,,littlax,,eginnhis
,kwarm hack heiCte-lespetialtrise.0' Mar 2nel.L-1.NoteOneW4Auisu (Ad
rlags0,11c laboc, prypia.arg. got; Alt That Jazz... "Whenever I feel
ling into elch region with thele'like getting.up andleavinglowin
own relief machinery. , .' I'll go from one place to anoth anothThis
This anothThis re'let maihine it directed er"... He will be accompanied only
bylLeo Perlisotead of the -AFL, by hia Japanese Boy Friday :
CIO Community Services ActiVi. 'whose
ties, Some weeks ago this unit dis. be no Third pertY iJOV4 the Veter
name. la Mike.. There will
resentatives serving on' V n i t ed Latvfords join them ant Rome.
Funds and Community',Chests in -- '..b; -k i'. '.",;. ;' ,41 lt-t,'
65 key eities and to all 1,000 or so .'"-- . ' ''
Central labor bdies acrosi the .
nation. ,, ", ,.,.,, "-',Iaik' and Venni' Otarlin (of The
' The leder mos headed 4Pilorl 4Pilorlties
ties 4Pilorlties For 1958 i Ne. 1Unemploy. COloily, Set1 hosted- a ta-tta party
inent Itelief.,":In a few, days this for ,the Runyon Fund Girl (Lynda
letter will be followed wrih it book Jones) and chaperones (Libby Eb Ebletv
letv Ebletv called "Services for 'The sen and Joy Carr,ington) at gene
tin. Caelilleree g. 61 St.. swank sip sipemoyed.,,,
emoyed.,,, sipemoyed.,,, , ,, , sup,spot.4 It was good to baback
, It outlines the teclinidue V or organizing
ganizing organizing tor easier distribution ,,of at El Morocco land get' the latest
surplus foodsbutterecheese, nod- jokes trom, the' pretty hafehleks
rthere4 fanpd mt amiho to, the, L, atin
fat dry milk, 'dry beans, rice, flour a .0 ,ro A onso s vcrew and
and .corn 'meal., fithough t h e s 0
foods pre availab e through the U. o some shoW-off aix-trotting to
Joe D'Orsits vte-tapping tempos...
Libby and Ye Ed, thank the city
S. Aviculture Dept's: Marketiy desk Of the N.Y. Journal Ameri AmeriServices
Services AmeriServices -in, 40. statet, it, can all e
tied up in-red ,tape., .rile iabor -Can for, the' 5 a.m.. police 'radio 'radiopamphlets
pamphlets 'radiopamphlets point:out how to exile. car tour po Libby and Walter (Lib (Libditure
diture (Libditure procuremept' of tho food or ,b3r is the cloghtei of Auch Pim Pimneedy
needy Pimneedy families.: f, .
These instructions from Mr. I'er BuddyEbsen), ;001d fertiise the
4, , bridgeo, mY II Girl Friday, and
lis' office also talk of the need of, midtowa streets ju:st to get the feel
maintaining the flignity and laini. of Broadway again... ;And holler:.
"Hi, I'm going back t Iiiillywood
l wefare, ost the jobless. In it few hours,", et the gendarmes
" There are states where awork;
,
er who hail run)out of 'unemploy-' '' ' ' - '' '.'
ment.insurance finud first. put a
lien' on his home or reduce his in '. ' '. ' '
surance coverage 'bi.fore, bo tan ''' THE,GENE
get welfare payments. Some face
eviction, loss of hospital insurance ;.: , .. -.. .,
or the end of credit m the commu- ' ' E bod bodnit3,
nit3, bodnit3, ',' ; I l ' '' t 1,' , -, ''fk.t.'.. -'..' verY 7
Mr, Perlis' pamphlets Suggest ,.. l'a .., SerViCe.I.f
that all unions appoint special ,,. 10.4111$1. -painting' pi
counselors not only to help the 'INI
jobless, but to 'seek out every un- i' rmish for I
employed member and see.. that '' - -1 .., ;-.
he doesn't go hungry while the ' '' -' 4 ..
illtinip is on. '' i ' ,- , -..
The Congreisman who 'doesn't '- 111111"14
bell) mend the bread. baskets back .. -2,
home, may not( get to Washington -;". -;',.: ',"'; .,, ; ,,
again for a while ', .. v , .. .. .: .,
,.. i
N GETS CEMENT CONTRACT k 'i. .', ,:
SAN 'FRANCISCO .(UP)Amer-- ,,' ,, ,-
icsn Cement 'Corp. 'said Monday ., i '.
it has received a $9,7h0,300 reek. v. , '., OPPOsite
motion contract calling for 3 mil- ; t'. ',1 ,', -,' , ' -,,:,. '
lion barrels of eement.,to,be used i .'' rI -' '''... '4 ire
at the, Glen Canyon Dam in Art- '"-- :,. 4 .1 4
Willa en the Colorado River. N,........wi,,.,...L......................,...,

ERAL PAINT

PORATI

OpPosite Social Secupty f Suildin
, f,; Panama ,
; 1-189 ;

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Everybody knows our slogan is
service.let us help you Aolve your
r
painting problems choose the right
rmish for the job.

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appointing, he did lien the pro- 'Fund) like hot pancakes at mor,
ducts111.. Punch linev Sinatra 'will Vegas &Marc-K61y is back af
fly around most of the world just tor an emergency op 'at,Cedara
tounwind, and,,,linlax,eginning of Lobation; Wwood. Overheard
ar2nd.L-t Not eoncw4Auter. alid "It looke' like TeIlorl',
Ali That Jazz... "Whenever I feel fake a long' time getting ever
like getting 'up andleavinglowni, -Mike's leaving1t...10k.", was thez
I'll go from one place to anoth- -sigh. "Nothing carries scars as
er"... Ile will be accompanied only long as memories"... Jatkie Ken Kenby
by Kenby hia Japanese Boy Friday .nons description of Teddv "A'
whose name, is Mike., There will guy who lived in a world of Miks
be no Third partY4 WO the Veter erieves1., "Red Buttons
Latvfords join them ant Koine. Oscar fof,''SayonaretN
- ,b; 1.t'' Betl-nlations.., "Joanne NWoOd-41
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CaValleT(te -. 61 St., swank. sip sipsup,
sup, sipsup, spot.4 ft was good to beback
at El Morocco ,and get' the latest
jokes irom the' pretty hatchicks
there and tpambo ; to tho Latin
beat ,,of Frof. Alonso's crele and
do some show'-off ox-trotting to
Joe D'Orsits ,te-tapping tempos...
Libby and Ye Ed, thank the CRY
desk of the N.Y. Journal Ameri AmeriCall
Call AmeriCall for, the' S .e.rn., police 'radio 'radiocar
car 'radiocar tour po Libby and Walter (Lib (Libby'
by' (Libby' is the taughter of Auch Cam Cambridge,,
bridge,, Cambridge,, my first Girl Friday; and
BuddyEbsen), colilid 'anise the
midtown streets juSt t,o get the feel
of Broadway again... ;And holler:,
I'm going back t 11(illywood

."1-hc Sovicts Said This Was Thick
Last Nucicar Tcst".

r
-rverpttr

ENERA

in the prowl cars. 11.Say hello to
the boys,in the Dith,-161,n and 18th
Precinets who giveadambl",:.Attin
Variety,' Hollywood, Reporter,oand
other Trades; Otto Preminger and
Franik plan an "epic... Mr. ami
Mrs. Desi Arius are the newest
members of the Runyon Tued Com
mittee,.. Wm. Morris agency exec,
George Wood's 'betrothal ring !to
lovely Lois0113rien, actress, Is a
5-carat ,diamond sp'otlight. They,
Iblend,in a fortnight. ,

" Capitol. Records donatod SOS
ksely Smith- allsums,("1 Wish,
You Love") to tho'Runyon FOncL
Kooly and Louis Prima aro sol
thint (at 4"-prOfit' to Attho
iFund) like hot pancakas at tho

morshill...lt sure '.vib groat ty

sen and Jo Cirrtn. gton) at -gene itTs- WY-thin-is -mis-Sinrst
CaValleVte . 61 St. swank SiP- were the lulls... Ovortleard'at the
sup spot.4 1t WaS good to be 'back Moos 'of Blondest "So ',meny
at El Morocco and get' the latest soortswriters predicted z again
jokes from the' pretty hatehicks (k.sfore the ijightl that agar RoV,
there and tpambo to the Latin was over the hum. "The 0'1111;
trouble is that for' Sugar
bpa4 Prof. Alonso's crew ant)
do some shoW-off an-trotting Asueliy Wu is lust another moum
Joe D'Orsits 4e-tipping tempos... tein to conquer." ."

:Ati Anne," my editor San Francis.,
Call-Bulletinz New York Giant
'Press potentate Eddie Beafinick is
the only Giant SOM6 of us New
Yorkers Will, miss' Most 'That'i;
how' popular Mr.4' Branniek has
been alt these years Samniy'Da Samniy'Davis
vis Samniy'Davis Jr.,, was ,a large 'click at the

in A' tew liouri;,.st., the, gendrarmes tpopulai Ko Ko.. in Phoenix,: Ariz.
, ,! ; : 's '-

' Capitol: Records donatod 500 i''''' Columnist Phoning in '. some
Oily Smith- albumv,("1 Willit., !fillers from Hollywood to His
Girl Friday Ono 'of Nana ,Whlt.
You Love") to the'Runyon FOn.
Keily and Louis Prima aro sol- iv, alle.g.d., If.t.isnci$1, ',egging
ling- Otani (at 'a" ,prOfit' tO 'ttha' :lor. real :fro -with tho Now
at Hut' York MiVtown police. If ho pun,
Fund) like hot pancakes
tor 'an omergency op 'atCedars 1 :,.
Vegas Sahara.-Kooly is back aft ;hos hee agairwsoms ,of News
pais'will roturn'the punishmont.
Doan Martin loplaces Marie Mc Mc'
' Mc' oft.1 tL ;Lakin olkHe ilotiod, ir. aGyoloorrlhaws irldi
. Donald at the Hotel Ambassador,
,
tmo ki keit
sa Ilamasin' gt'llm.11244:1inwgat thoz moth' pubtouseifyValiplirintely
ovor Cocoanut Greve premiore... Too
'sigh. "Nothing carries scars as
' long as memories"... JaCkle Kan- The night the Mike',Todd piano
crashed, the commercial airw,
lines grounded toeir ships wait-,
nons -description ,, of Toddv ',,1.'
. RIO who livd III a world Of MIK. ing for a, weather, break., But:
Ilelieve"... "Red ,,,Buttomt 'Wins: 'impatient Mike. (who took off
Oscar fot,"Sayonalre.., Ak:,- 1, t "lrem Burbank 19stoad of Intl
, Roti-nlationa.., ''.1eantio Woot 1 airport) probably said: L 'Como
ward Voted TOP MOViO ACL r ,,oni Lkt's' got How long do ,you
4..Welcomo to tho clubs,' r Miss .' puyi expect to live's' z ,.. : t.
Hollywoodward..., Topic A ,was ,.. , ,, -, ; .... -,.
tht excoliont IS hour A t a a 41., .. ,. L
1,auren taealito esenft 13 Palm
my Award Tv. offal No tor? springs (at the. Wilke Dept show

1YAVP,

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eilceed) was Buddy Motria..,1 dust),

20 Foundations o
,:21 Tropical
'
22 Moldifig ,-
', 24 Wolfhound
; 26 Maltese cat :
: color ,
27 Perch
30 Dish-maker
t 32 Emivary
34 Afternoon nap
t5 Revised
38 IrinisiL
:47 High cards
30 Barrim
40 Unclose d'
41 Males
42 Tonic :
1,45 Exchanging
49 Forgiveness
1. 51 Mountain pass
52 Landed
53 Gaelic-,
1
84 Biblical name
85 Holes
1 56 Golf mounds
t 87 Conducted
, DOWN
,...1 Sailors
: Baking
chamberi

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' ' .. ference between the activities 'ofl
-- - lies liegister-iribuile, mem2er el
- -- , WASHLNGTON-- Here is the ,dif- ,ark liollenhoff of the Des Mai-
. Li,:,....--'""b ,, ', crats. One is Rep. Leo O'Brien of h' D
...e,,a.,4,.1,4; tala 1 Ica go ail
- '- ,,....-.' two Congressmen, both Demo-, tne pre.1 club .00ara of governors,
. l'' OA rf Albany, N.Y.; the other Rep, Ho-'News correspondent William -Mc-
" 410. '' ' -ri Smith of Alexandria, Va.,16aLdli oe kicked out oecause of
I t '''' - w"
I
'' ,' t : ,. -On presides over the all-powerfullhis news story on Davies. ,
t -' ' s i .t r' ... 13.114n,. Committee, which decidesl, 'Isn't the -press cluo s. gent,e. ,t
i ' ,0"--
' '' .1. 4:01 '' ,, ,..1 44,' :,...:1'; w'lt le-isintion can or can.not co man s clue. asheu Dables. ..
.
,-,
ruled that it as anti suspended in.
' of Representatives. Smith has been.
.0-- .i. ot ., op for a vote before the full House Toe bourd oi. governors later :
. 11 : 1 4 ',':- --,, 5 blocking a, vote, on ,stateho,od foci dealidneitettnye,tene6mmnleaaintLlobbyist who
.'''. ., -, I .z..,; - 'declined to say ,uhat, ituid of a
tly
,.' A., ..- Annearing before the Rules Com-, NeteBrett-Smitn ,subsequen
, mittee' the other day, Congress Congress'
' Congress' ' I 1 .3'' ' O'Brien-of Albany urtred ac-1"helsoman'' he cailel Davies.
''' tion on' Alaskan statehood. Hrs fel-1 ,. , ,, ;,,.
' ..,., ,, ,.; ..1 Allsks. I m ,
,..,- : -,,, 1 , t, :. z,,,k--,,,,-- ,,,,,low Democrat from Virginia cross- ,.,',,, BUSINESS, NOTES: .,. ., ,
4- ,I- :' 'examined him. , -,--.' ' 0 ,.
- ,, I i .; ; 4:444 ,,!, . "Do you realize, thl soll'e -stite Ike would like to made anotnee
' t, ' t :' i -I' -8,.--,' 'is going to have to lose a Conges-:chuis-up. speech to help the -bust-
, -'.,T ;,' t. ' '.. ; -.- ,, ., man if statehood is given to Alas- oess !slemp, bilt,,,,adviser,s warn
, , I -2, 4 s' ,' N e.- kel fisted Smith, 4 Ai i l 'r, c it ,alki ate eblie
I
- Jr: "I der renlied O'Briee, "and',out '-of a recession... Chances of ,
, ',- , -; I'd like to moint ont that is- is go-i an auto strike become less. Walt Walt,
, Walt, ,,,, ,
-'' I, ino to he my state.- Pirthermore,,er Reuther of the Auto Workers .- -,
' --4-1'. , ,' ., it'oi prnbsbly going to he mY dig- is Plaving it smart. Knows there
. r'. ''', -. trict, I'm in. a Democystie' island are 900,00Q surplus ears on the 4,
00
- ' Pt Albany surrounded' bv Remtb-t market.. Louis Seaton, vice presid.
i -'','," -,tt lieges which is goino to be redis-lent of General Motors,, hat made ' .'''
,, j...,, ,' :, trieied. ptit I'm ,,willing to make, a. secret offer to the Auto ,Work-
.., -,.:?:" ,' that' Secrifice.3''-,' .. '' -s ers for, a delayed wage increase
,--,
,- 0-1 !,';' i '0.- ; ,"You're tho most genertnis Con- to be paid at the end of ,the ,
-),!.- i ,-:, gresaman Itnow retitled 5mith, year after business picks up;--as- ,'
,- '' ; 14',' .-.. of Vieoird.: Yotortbolost .he en11-Isurning it does. Seaton argued that
- '-'-'''': ,',12, 4, -. tinued loIlocIt statehoo o Alas-1 this would amonnt to almost the
froo
,.'''. -',.ti''''- .;' -' '4,',' ka. , ,' .'". --, 4 ,., ,, .. -,,.... i same- thing es Reuther'S .propess
I,.,,,- Agit,- ,1,,-,,,,, 2-;,!...'''. ---:, 1 : ,, ,', '-', --.,!--,, '' ....''.., ''.. )al for'protit sharing.,.Auto' execut executr
r executr ,.s ,,:....,--.,:tr .,. .,. 4,1, 4,1'7,11,. .,, , .. , .....,M. ,E,A T I OBB,YIST',,,:,''.,',' !hivoewse,rmoloest"..bstatyh
(
pemrivastter&ngth-Eatisnenne- 'r .
: .,,,. 7 ,.' j 1 1 I -Seeretary of Agriculture Ben-ltrouble with auto buying has been
' ... '....,,,,o" '!,! ti'i;,. ,' son's friend,' meat lobbyist- Aled I Yisenhower's Hie,: that' g--4,,a ', ',
,r -;, .. -;:,e:al t' i Davies., who recently tried' to get taxes- might- be Jaken off., They
4!''''.;!".7. ....1'-' ; ', ', a newsnsnermen fired from 'the t'n.'e--,0-0"-,-I : ,,,:. :. th, -'4''t :,
..,.,,,.., r' .0 ', l''''''" ., National ,Press, Club,- has lust heen House about this,.The Auto Work-, '.
,,,,, NEA Sertice,-Int ,.
-
---. ,.,- , kieed out of the nross club him- ers are pre,anizing .44 drive for e
. .-. '...'.- ''' ',' ' ,.' self.. ,, '',, .. - -4 ' 1 three-msnth susnonsion 'of --p-ving
- .. -. . ''', 'Davies is a' man of considerable withheloir taxes This,' -Prt ,
', 4 '' ' ..: ,,',.. : 4-; Weight Who' believes in, throwing calim;, would give. business' a r''.nt' ,'
inst. folir different tress peiVer to Inw-brackot tes:novevs.
1 ...- sl ": his weitht Arnim& .I'le ,used his in the arm by 191,1110, more bnying
etJ ofr ci,, cilisuth-amgembers Hence his indefi-XongresPneen- rollor hos ''?vi 'in-
,' lute, suspension. ,, .- ,i, 1 troAnced a bill te put ihis,,,intO ',
- s' ' ,. 4 : l The inildent would not besigni- effect. '4' .; ' '1 .'-','
kk j I
- - ,'.' ''. ficant if, it ,did not highlight the, z,,, ,-.., 4. f ,-. ,
!1 ., - 'i ' ' manntr: in ', which Davies ;.lelso ." ,'-''', chat,. p1,01T '!!!!,1."",11 .' 1
na'.'7,An ati,ractive late spot.
tos'Itayk.! is toe nt44, sbar... Atinw
Mar.-throws his weight aroimd in the -, ', '',..- ,,, ,-- --' 4 -
Congreseman ,,Ct-rlie-,Boyle 'of
iteuben!S boy (Arno10,4 J-1.4 rind Agriculture Denartment and Oni
LogisellisLroff were-married Sun- that he is very ,close to Secretary'
Capitol-Iilk', H,e not only, to-astk, chicago.is a geoi,t., hard,woridot ,' , ,.
!Iiishmal Who lion-4444 Ao' renres,-, -'t,'
day.' Jansaica honeymoon...,- ,The
street, ent a district witl a ,lto'Svily Jew- 2: 1
thAt he is. '',:',. t - ',--..,-, ish ponuistion.; 1-ye 4 41ieves ,t ,in ..'
Benson,' but he has demon
laoor Investigators overtones.' Two
amoloning the rights 0( 'all. re- ,'
religious leaders wete examined
in becret 'session hist weeir.."., The,' ,He',1s 'now lobbying on behalf rh
of, the Atericen Aleat Institute ,P -i ligiotii end rlices-',2 ',-',' .,,,'' .f.
reason ,tor' isa's Big Burn at her
Being 0 Deomocrat,Ithe'Repub
onec,time lavbrite triend ',Maria ,iganaditIsatgatihrestlititmn:flieerrinigaumlheteatrnal4cill!lic
ens, are mit". to defeat him-, vat' ,,
kers' 'antitrust enforcement', from becatise, It's district ', i heavil7 -'
tairis: 'The opera star blasted El Elit
it Elit ,the Agriculture -Department ,!
1-sitS 'phony record album and
r.' Jewish end he is a Cathelic, -they
got back-to old lpg Mouth, Head i the. Federal -Trade Commission. -, are' nominating a Jewish Repub, ,,
4ited KneeS,,,,..1:k, .:',.''... ',' :..,- -.."., '1 ,Ilost imnortant of all is the man-,I ;
L.., fas oltvb ft ttAkt,4 LI... -, I ,, .

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that he is very ,close to secretarY-!bishmal Who ,11014'-'- .to renres., L'
ent a district wit't a ,h4Avily Jew Jewish
ish Jewish ponulation,' 1-'e 'Welieves ,, in
ohne, ibe.ut ::het h, a s "mop str a,tecl a,tecllfe
lfe a,tecllfe ',Is now lobbying on behalf rwrinionin
g the rights of all re re13thesnts
13thesnts re13thesnts of the Arnericsn Moat Institute ,P-iligious end races,' .- ,,, iv,
igainst the humpy slaughter, hi 1
,-1-1 Being 0 Deomecrat,!the Repub Repub,and
,and Repub,and against tr,nsferring meat nac-Iliganst are outto defeat him, and,,
kers antitrust enforcement', from becatise, ii,s, district i heavilY
the Agriculture -Depsrtment ' ..0 Jewish and he is a Catholic,,they
the Federal ,Trade Commission. are' nominating a Jewish Repub,.
,Idost imnortant of all is the man-llican to run against him' ,'; ..'
ner in, which both housewives andt : jr sn happens, however: ', that
farmers Annear to be ,affected hY1 Boyle is 'the man ITIOSt On the ag
Davies' influence with the As,'ri,' lert for putting across Vie $750,000
culture Department. lt's consider- appropriition for the Civil Rights
ed, significant Iluit .rirlys tSerretaliponirtiissibe to; 'protec,t,-,n1.1 races
Iry Benson? kifitsirted 434 r Mee' of, and-religions. i I ,, 4' ,s -k;, ,,, ...
'hogs by. buying' up pork, he failed Early last winter he made the
to- insert a clause in hie contract Ione 'motion jriside the House, An Anwith
with Anwith the- meat packers requiring propriations Committee to get this
thenu to buy hogs at parity prices. money, hut was overruled, Frac FracThus
Thus FracThus -the prite'vf", bork;went.d.own titan), alito the, Acipublicv 1 vuted '-
on-fthe farm g while, the housewife against Jilim,', Oven though civil
got' rity real ,benefit at the grocery rights has been heralded as a
story, The meat packer did 'be' great Reptiblican achievement. ',.
nefit, 1,, ,,,, "1, ,, s ,I, v f t Congressman Boyle, hOwever,
. ,Again, when 'Benson- Supported bitied his time', When the A swim- :
beef 'vices by, buying bee4 he o-1 pri a tions bill, cattle up on- the floor '
1
mitted a glause, requiring ,'In-eatl:f the full '.1lotie 'of Represents
packers to pay- farmers r'paritY ivei he, together' with !Nom
prices. Once again the farmers lostiTurve Deitocrats. led the battle -,'
while the mest packers benefited, I to vote the $750,000.,,, t- '' ,'
Secretary Brannan was careful, toi After 'tough parliamentary ma,.
require' packers to pay the paritYlneuvers and much debateMhe sip.
prices.v ' : i fproprtation was finally restored. '',
-' Ale& Davies, the man. who is solewish voters in Chicago will nro

b bly keep, on voting for the Tr h
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We emceed') was rimy storris.,delose w secretary, Benson that- he
We 'visited Sinatra's beauttful cfs-i-wroti Benson's recent, statement caltholic..who
. tie-in-the-air. home on ,top of i a i defending himself against 'Repub.- 1--ht.' ''''''' i''''.
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movietown. otaountain. i' On he i ucart. Congressmeno was b in the
is- a statu of AVa G d r Dress
lawn e a ne ., club bar the, othernight when ,, ' ,.! '
krgsented to him by the makers Pie took a poke at- Dickle Brett. ,, '', ',,.' '' -,..-,- ;1,4.1 :
of The Barefoot Contessa." The I 5,-Alt11; rorresnon'4,mt for. the Loin- .072 t ''',100
statue was 'in' a cemetery scene don Telegraph. The two are- old ,,N.k. 4 ,,,- N i, ''''' k441.
led Vita 12 r, is
in that film-. Sinatra spends eon friends and Brett-Smith once spent 7 --'' .' -.,- -;',-4'4
go- ifowever,, Brett-Smith alleged-
raiderable time ,, in 'Palm' Springs Araeatieri with Davies ,in, Chica- , ' '''. -'1.
ly 'referred to Davies as some kind ' '''''
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with ex-wile -Nancy and their three
handsome' images at N a n c yk.' I ..
than what kind,- Whereupon ', Davies ' $ ". : of?
-home. Intimates report he spends of 1- Velshwati," nobody, knbws i''.... $ ''
tet 'punched hint. 1 '''-- 't I I '''''''' 'N, 1
, In ore tiale with his familY
with the various people, who
demonstratilig the blow that bow- ' ; '"""
ed Brett-Smith. Bill Gold;,,, eolm- Bp,
'their names in the paper with his-, Later that evening, 'Davies Vali
Beautiful Lynda ,Jones (The Run Runyon
yon Runyon ,:Fund Girl), may be seen in a
bit on the next Eddie' Fisher- iSt 'of the ,Wasbington Pos4 Pre -': it t41 ha.' :
Jack Kane, lobbyist for the., Ame- '' "' ' D., a
-George Gobel show. Thanks I to in- the ,way of his- swing,. So -did ,'t,, '''' w ''",u;1 4P''
Terry Glynesof the McCannErick McCannErickBarney
Barney McCannErickBarney Capehart-,, New.York pub- .. : ,- 1,,at,'"1, 44
son, Braing Dept. who heard that ,rican ,Petroleum Institute, -. and ': '' 44. '41, st.t tli;s
Phil Silvers (after taking one led
Bit. Ireny is that just 0 'short 'time ' '' -I AS ,, ',
, at her allure), signed her to play heitY Mon ' ' '' '' -. Cif 4ip
itowlmAcclineka..q.upreiodmayin!, 4:Smgtor.nint
before, ..,Davies had telephoneill. - ' ..'
(from:Los' Angeles) fs 'and .ww ;. t '-'-' '' ..4 t C' '.7 .., c ' 1
hop tto FortWorth ami other Texas ' : '',',,-' -- '- ' -).--&--(,;,;
!places to present a 121,000 Run, , , ... .,.. 'Answer to ProOlous Puzzle f, '-' ..
yon Fund check- Also, to help ' .- Cots 'cind Onns ..- 0"111 mulin Eft3 '' t
Ray Ryan and Jimmy Van Heusen - , .- ... ono .4., t4 ,., V la i '.;,
promote Jimmy's new special dit -: i i via it,1 r Alia
tyt-"It's Ony 1200 Miles From "' ACROSS "4 Mused NM ttlit 1 rv liiirP3 ''. L
Palm' Springs to Texas"..Becasue ..," ,- 4H sta ''' 'i., '' ''''4.
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there were 13 passengers on anoth ''''' ca'' --;, 5 Rale Ell T S. ill ,.
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er Rayltyan special plant to Texas
- 1 Home of one ,!SPeaker - n4 I ',-,.- I t I -,k : ''.,
the ether' day, ,Phil Harris re'us re'used
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actor Bill Gargan', in the tate 12 Ham , ,. a Antitoxins T ',..,1 Al dr 1,"-!, Lr... ri --.
Writer, ,---. ,, 40 Century utra ri magto ,i, Ea '" ',,
group, 'he- presuaded him to get 13 Unugual ---:'.-7 11111inbPw' ', is, -'D 131.001t Br '' ''''.:',
on,-board; had the door slammed I IS
shut 'end. ordered the takeoft--to r ,,.; Stanley ., plant ,,, ... , ,.,,, ,.. , 1 ,,,
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t 15 Communist I 17 Compljed o the brain 42 Sun (prellx).' s
assure a -cast of 14... In Lindy's
twine 44 Mike Todd's old pals were
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toasting him. For examplet "He
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L.,"You mean," edited a column- 20 Foundations 24 Ch rch recess 38-Whole i . ''
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,'veeation with Davies ,in, Chica- , '
).1(owever,, Brett-Smith alleged-.
,referred to Davies as some idnd : ,,, 4 ,.: se
! a., Velshmati," ,nobotly, knows l' ) '''
hat, kind,- Whereupon' ', Davies ' b ,.' ;ty? ;
Inched hint. ,' 1 '''.:-.! 't y I '''',-, ''s,
Later that, evening, 'DiVies was 's 4 ;
monstratinsg the blow that bow- '' ' '""' ,:'
I Brett-Smith,. Bill Gold;,, eolm- s ;
t 'of the ,Wksbington Pos',-,, pot --,' i Zit Lo7b. lip' : ..
.- the ,way of his- swing?, So did ;'t,,,h'' '. ...411-6 I I '
aek Kane,. lobbyist for the.A.me- '' "' : 2 1-,,,,,,..: ;
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arney Canehart--",, New York pub- : : ,- 1, Irv,' NJ
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gore, ,,Daiies had , telephoned '. . - - .d.' 4
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' 11. then they will 'want to inter-marry. -4 ', ''' Mr. Teas' pamphlets Suggest ,.. ,, ,, Seryice. Let us help 5ou ',,Solve your yon Fund check- Also, to help ,
$21,000 Run, .,,,,, ,, .,... ,.. .. Answer to rrevious ruzzie p f'' ".
Cats and Dogs .- "411 ''''"11.1" Er --P t
a mongrel, weak Y that all unions appoint special ' Is.,0111S7. ' - i Ray Ryan and Jimmy Van Heusen , ..:,. UMW 4, t4 ,,. N, la I T y v, .:
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counselors not only to help the ' i promote Jimmy s new special dit- .. i I
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boxeration The same' thing happens when you breed a healphy
gen b ess
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' 1 t illgent than either the boxer or the,e91110,,,and the resu tari 4
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! pups will be even more mongrel. he doesn't go, Jmogry While 1,,,the ' there were 13 passengers on anoth- 5 Rabbit 1 ,- El T r 1' 1111L '' 1
- ''' - Wee, Great Britain slump is on. , ,...,-- ,, ., ., -, '. i er RaydRyan special plant to Texas I II
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--,u!----.--" The Congreisman who 'doesn't ',.' -,, INT. I the ether' day, ,Phil Harris re'us- .nd
ome of one ',' 6 SPeaker 11 4 I, 4,.;. ; i t i ,i,. -. tf
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a -- -.--- ---,t ,4Z '. 4.---- v,.., ,-.... help mend the bread. baskets back i '' ed tAi let the ship move. Seeing '' i .. ,,
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somebody "still in the kip," and
',that someon3 else was "tapped."
When a kid shorter than, MickeY1
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'of my 'iron," I sneaked out the pirtm- eit. of my car."
, stage door, collared a studio pct.!
Iceman and whispered: SO IF YOU leveret understock
, "Take me to the American 'ton. Hoil3rwood's youthful "foreign Ian,
sul's office, please?' '; guage' movies lately, bete a ri
, The policeman gave me the old some otherwords from 'the "Hip.
fish eye and said:, ,' tionary" you will find uselul'unti
. "Whcre the .do you think these teen-age films come out witt
you are?", ',, English subtitles for the benefit o,
.

TOLD HIMI must haVe been
' spirited out of the country during
the night Someone probably bad
slipped me a mickey and, I just
:thought I was at MGM. They
couldn't' be making foreign Ian Ian',
', Ian', guage movies right here in Holly Holly4,1vood,,The
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sick:'. 'the policenen
said.""I'll take you '.,to a doctor."
The policeman reminded me a
: little of Humphrey ; Bogart so I
cfuietly explained that was sin
:American citizen, but without pass.
'a port, and Ma3rhe if.he couldn't take
tie to the Amencan consul. he
could find -an interpreter 'I could
"IT' do, better than that," the
pciliceman finally.agreed. 'TB 'take
put to Jheir Jeader.,'I ,
' THEIR 'LEADER was Albert
Zugsmith, who is producing -4High
School'ConfidentiaL't But be said
, couldn't use an interpreter ;
cause he couldn't understand what
thte kicls were talking about either.

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APProalmatel7 4,70 members ; of
the current class ; of Panama's
School for the. National Guard vi,
sited the-United States Army, .Car
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, The 70 guardsmen were :4' given
: VIP ) treatment which Included I
lour of the facilities of the achool's
three.-major academic' depar t t,
, t, meets:, -the ;;Tactics Department,:
b.,the Armament and Automotiije De,
Partment,, and the eTecimical,,De4,,partmeetreeda-,brieling,,bp,,Lt.'
Col.- Robert Townsend, assistant
commandant of the -,USARCARIB
SchooL.,,,, The '::trisit also included
,lunch,Inritlythe Latin ;American stu stu-
- stu- ,dents ittn, the nchoC,,,,,,,
::' ,l'h.'Visitors are ,meniiiirepf, the
ibrrerit class' at tlie,,achodl pt. Na-'
tionil Guardsmen it Career
' deli) Panaina ,f',Where
AlieOire,taking an eight-week ha,-,
amirseL required, of -all lslation lslation'
' lslation' al'fsuardsuien upon, entering sem

AccOmpaning the-studeite on
their tour were Lt. Andrigo Gar Gar,
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:the National Guard ,School and 2nd
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'rotRzJors,T, AIR BASE,. 1MA-1
Sp 4in, April 9 fUP)
U.S. Air Force stratotanker gnVe
s op its ',attempt to fly non .- stop
7frotti Tokyo to, Madrid today and
landed 'at- tajes Air Base in tbe
Azores.
, From ',Washington, 1),C. earlier
today came word that the strato stratotanker
tanker stratotanker had streaked .out over the
. Atlantic on th las leg of is at
, tempt to. se,a speed and sistance
tecord without refueling. ;
The KC-135, piloted by Brig. Gen.
Eukbanks Jr., of Welch
W.Va., was reported over Wash Wash.:,
.:, Wash.:, ington lbout r seven hours,' flying
time from its, Madrid destination,
' The Air Force .taid the plane set
14 a neW,. non-stop Speed record be between
tween between Tokyo and Washington of
- 13 hours and 47 minutes set by
pronclier-Ariven ',Airy:Force tran tran,
, tran, sport in 1945, 4 ,,-
, The plane,..following an erratic
high altitude jet stlreamv took l off
from Tokyo yesterday at 5:37 st.m.
in a battle against time to reach
i Madrid without, refueling.
Capt. Howard Smith at Andrews
FOreir Boei said it' Was pot
known -when the Plane xassed ov over
er over Washington- whether the lig
' craft would be able to complete
- the- flight to Madrid without re,-
fueling, ,, ,
'It all depends on, the windg
over the Atlantic," he Said.' "If
-, fuel runs too short the plane Will
et the. Azores,

A foreign language interpreter
couldn't understand, that is. Zug Zugsmall
small Zugsmall himself had been having
trouble with the. language, he,
said, until he. got the idea of hav having
ing having one of his writers .whip up a
"Hiptionary,"
"Here," he said, handing me a
slim book. "Be my guest. Under
stand what they're saying. Laugh.
Cry. Learn how to read and speak
the language of. the hot rod. set
SO IT WAS MGM after alL t
Bob's Vnabridged Hiptionary," it
saiden, the cover of the slim
book, Aand I couldn't have been
happier with it than Jayne .Mans .Mansfield
field .Mansfield Is when she's ,trapped alone
in., a room .with, 87 full-length
mirrors,
I discovered ,that "Don't be a
bring-down, Dad," meant "Don't
be a wet blanket," and that a
"capper" was an "unsurpassed
skill or story.' "The eye" was a
TV set, "kip" was bed, and
"tapped"' meant' broke. When the
little guy said,' "I stashed my
shades lin the, glove compartment
of my iron" he was saying, "I put,
my sunglasses in the. glove com

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Holl3rwood's youthful "foreign language"-
movies lately, bete a re
some otherwords from 'the "Hip "Hiptionary"
tionary" "Hiptionary" you will find useluluntil
these teen-age films come out with
English subtitles for the benefit of
oldsters. 1 4 -

any musical instrument.
Dig understand. Crazy good.
Action--anything that's happenhig.
Baby ,-- affectionate term for 'all.
Fade, leave quietly. Flip un unusual,
usual, unusual, Fuzzpoliceman.' Kitty
Studlet small, boy. Scoff.',.,
eat.' Drag--- a pain; irritant. Wail
sing. Horn- telephone. Gaff
fake. :
, Now I can repOrt Pm "up
thereZ,' which means high stand standard;
ard; standard; on the hall. I knew I was
"up there" when I passed Jan
Sterling arriving for work in the
film.t "Man, dig the action,k' I
said. (,''N 0., 4 ,. ,
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Mansfield r (Mont Am! Democratic
whip, promising a rfight ',against
the President'udefense reorgani reorganiZation
Zation reorganiZation plan:
.."The' lines ate' now drawn 'in a
struggle of great 'Constitutional
significance,- The Constitutional
question is; -does the Congress, in intend
tend intend to -surrender its authority
over the purse and.. the designs designsdon
don designsdon of roles 'and Inissions 'to' a
secretary of defense who will, ih
effect, be if czar?"' r; :

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NEW YORK---, United 'Arab'
public President,Nasser; charging
in, a recorded intervieW' with CBS
that the United States has joined
a western campaign tO isolate 'the
U.AR.4, ',,,3: ,
defend 'burselves 'against
aggression, whateter aggression it
is.! We flefend iourse'ves against
propaganda w f r,e,
warfare, eCOrionlie war:are and
nervous
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BEllICELEY, 'Calif. S't t e
Health Director Malcolm H.' Mar Marrill
rill Marrill announcing that vegetables
grown in California have doubled
in radio-activity as a result of nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests," presumably, Russian:
"The Atomic tnergy Commis CommisSiOn
SiOn CommisSiOn figures that food,can be safe
ly eaten lyith this amount of ra-,
dioactivity, presumably for a life lifetime."
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CORDOBA:, Spain, 'April 2 4JP)
A, 14-car express trals jammed
with lourists jumped the tracks en
route th Madrid early today; kill,
ing at least two crewifien and in injuring
juring injuring ati estimated. 50 pasiengers.
Sketchy reports relayed here by
road and by telephone from out out,IYing
,IYing out,IYing areas after, the ,crash tore
Idown a telephone lite bordering
the tracks said three passenge.
coaches, the engine,' tender and
mail coach hurtled onto thott:
sides. , d, ,.
Other coachesi leaned crazily as
they snaked behind the first upset
The train was k'nown as
"TheAmerican" ,because it often
carried tourists from transatlantic
liners at Algeciras,
The- dead mere both renorted th
be',members of the train's crew.
The injured were not immediate immediateidentified
identified immediateidentified by 'tatiOnality,
,,Two,emergency trains and eve every
ry every available ambulance rated te
the scene when' the- detrailtifent
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kEPUBLIC, COMPLETES WELL
PALLAS (CP) ,t Republic Na.
tural Gas Co. Monday announced
e dual wildcat. gas, well .comple
tion in Beaver County, Okla.
Spokesmen said the "nine No. l
20" lias an open flow potential v:
8,679,000 cubic feet daily from it!
upper level and 29.737,000 cubic
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IIIDLkND, Mich. --(17P), Gov Government
ernment Government technic:ans yesterday
sought to determine whether hu human
man human or mechanical failure caused
a Capital Airlines Viscount toi
crash in a snowstorm more than
a third of a mile short et a Tri TriCity
City TriCity Airport runway, killing all 47
persons aboard.-
Investi,gators 'said thai pilot
William (Joe) Hull, 44, could
have misjudged ,the distancs to
the runway,- or ,there,could fiave
been a power or instrument fail failure.
ure. failure. . :
Fred G. Powell,: of the Civil
Aeronautics Board, said that 'MI
had reported no txouble during hisl
instrument approach in, -a 4. radio
message thret minntes, beige ,the
crash Sunday, pighL
-Powell. Baia, the alt.:liner' ap apReared
Reared apReared to have been ceming in on
a direct line with the, southwest-tonortheast
runiray. t
jhe plane,! carrying passen passengem
gem passengem and crew of .3, plunged
nose-first int,o a muddy. cornfield
and burned. ,, .2

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'Workers recovered the last, of
the, mineed, charred bodies 'at
dawn' The bodies were placed in
a hangar and c-o v esd 'with
sheets. ,,
A team' of FBI fingerprist ex experts
perts experts flew from Washington, D.C.,
here to aid in the job of idontitY idontitYing
ing idontitYing the victims. They were,. dis dispatched
patched dispatched at the request of the air airlines.
lines. airlines. and were, not investigating
the crash itself.- -,,
State Police Cpl. George tat tattoo,.
too,. tattoo,. in charge of the temporary
morgue at the airport-, said that

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,', GENOA, Italy,''Aprikil (UP) 0
American Export Lines said todayl
that ex-Queen Sor ya of Iran had
reserved a sate the U.S. Cons Constitution
titution Constitution ne:d wee tor a visit to
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New York.,'4 , ,,,,- ., ,i ,,.:,,
The bile said it was not certain
1 whether Soraya would embark here
1 at Genoa or at Cannes, France.
The Constitution leaves Genoa
next Monday.. Aptil ..' i" ,.
SA spokesman said that 'Soraya
would be accompani by her
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mother and brother. They are pre presently
sently presently in West Germany, ,,
- The 'ex-Queen,' divorced by the
Shah of Tran,-reserved ,a suite on
the sun deck of the Constitution
and a cabin' for', her brothir,,, the
spokeeman ,Said.,., l', ;'.. -'
,She bat reserved it returp book.
ing ton the tonsttlitIon -to Genoa.
leaving Nei,i7YOr liffir '13.'4 the
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spokesman Sal
It appeared inost prObab.10ora prObab.10oraa'
a' prObab.10oraa' would boarkthe ,vessel,op; the
outtlohif vova ve' ht nPrItIll

nearly all the bodies were dis dismembered.
membered. dismembered. "We try to identify the bodies
by the billfolds," he said. "If we'
can't, we get a general descrip.
lion of age, sex, clothing and try
to make identification. Beyond
that, it's. impossible to go."
- Powell said that the plane's four
engines vvere buried deep, in the
mud. Teclmicians were not ex expected
pected expected to begin tearing down the
recovered wreckage un til. to today.
day. today. Powell said it probably would
be a week before the probable
cause e" the wreck could he de determined.
termined. determined. -

, Easter Holiday Travelers
The CAB was joined in the 'in 'investigation
vestigation 'investigation by Civil Aeransutics
Administration inspectors and en,
ginders. The two groups will is issue
sue issue a joint report.
, "We wW look into every aspeet
of the flight, including flight pat pattern,
tern, pattern, weather and crew," said
Russell Laubaugh, CAA inspector.
The '31,250,000 ,British-made air aircraft
craft aircraft was en rout! from ,,New
York to Chicago, 'nth stops at
Detroit, Flint, Mich., and here.
Most of the pasengers were re returning
turning returning home from Easter holi holiday
day holiday trips. ,
Hull, of Weitwood.' NI.; father
of four, was a "million mile," 17-
year veteran with, the airlines.
,Itwas the second lisaster in involving
volving involving It' Viscount.', The planes
are made by the Vickera:;,-,Armstrong
Aircraft Co., of London. 'A
Viscount crashed more than Va
year ago at Manchester, England,
killing 30 persoss. Cause of that.
crash was failure 'of landing, flaps
to function. , t,
The' Viscount,4powered by' four
AoPs Boyce turboprop engines,
cruises at 335 miles per hour

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tat .ex-Queeli Sottiy-adiran had BUDNOS AIRES, :April 9 (yr)
reserved. a suite the U.S. Cons- Patricia KellY, former leader at
Utution next wee tor a visit to ex-dictator Juan D. Peron's na-
New york.,,.,,,,,, ... ..,-:, 'i ,-' tionalist stormtroapers, was re re-
- re- The line said it was not certain ported today to, have returned
whether Soraya would embark here jrom 'exile and, ItidnaPPed. his
at Genoa or' at Cannes, France. two children. ' ' ,' '.:1'.-
The Constitution leaves Genoa ', The children,' Beatriz, 14, and
next Monday.. Aptil ..' ', i' .. ,, Guillermo, 9, were missing. His
SA spokesman said that 'Soraya former'wffe, Beatriz, said Kelly,
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would be accompant by ', her who has been following Peron s smother
mother smother and brother. They are pre- round ,in exile, wanted her to
sently in West Germany, send the children Abroad to visit
" The 'ex-Queen,s'divorced by the him. She declined to..do so. They
Shah of Iran,-reserved s suite on were divorced two years ago. ,,,
the sun ,deck of,. the Constnution -.- Police expressed doubt that
and a eabin' foe, ber brother,,, the Kelly could have slipped back in
spokermao 'Said.,.! !' ,:'.. 2 Buenos Aires where orders are
4he bat reserved if return' book- eut,for ,his arrestw '1 ,,,, ;,-, .
Ing k on the' 'Constlilltlan -to Genoa, vs Kelly ., escapedl tram a pent pentleaving
leaving pentleaving Neiki7yarklilsr I.3:-4 the tentiary in Santiago, Chilef last
spokesman' aka. t''' , ,...4. -, year shortly before, he was ,te he
It appeared Most prababl'Oora- extradited, to'Argentina. Ile. fled
li' would beard ,the .vesseLon; the ta, 'Caracas ., -.Venezuela", ,,i whert
outgeling rm.' tt, Genoa - Peron was then 1111114.-; te- 1
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EIO DE JANEIRO,' April 9 (LT)
--Erazilian Communi9t leader Luis
Prestes, who Tecently emerged,
from a 10-year period of hiding,
said today be may rtm for elec election
tion election to Congress next October.
Prestes is now awaiting trial for
sedition, the charge that made
him go underground a tecade ago.
Et came ou ,of hiding whp crim criminal
inal criminal Judge Luiz Monjardin invali invalidated
dated invalidated police orders for. his arrest
and granted him freedom until the
trial.
The chief of the Communist par party,
ty, party, which is outlawed here, signed
a party manifesto in 1947 that urg urged
ed urged the violent overthrow of, the
government. and brought on the
accusation of sedition.'

In a two-hour hearing :before north coast.

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FALLS, Ore. (UPt.
Priscrers in the ICamath County
batted 5,'X) Sunday in the
matter of their Easter requests.
The sheriff let them have a hol holiday
iday holiday dinner with ham. But he re refused
fused refused their plea- to let jailers
stage an Easter egg hunt for them.

Monjardin yesterday Prestes said
the language of the manifesto
may have been 'strong" but it
was not his intentionto incite viol violHe
He violHe also announced that he plans
to fight for the legartzation of the
Communist party. Prestes describ described
ed described himself as an "unemployed
military engineer." The date for
his trial has not yet been set.
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,NINE INJURED IN CRASH
KINGSTON, Jamaica, (HP)
Nine persons were injured Stmday
when two trains collided' in Al Al,bany
,bany Al,bany Station in St. Mary's on the

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sou;ht te determine whether hu- "We try to identify the bodies Prestes, who -recently emeraed Monjardin yesterday. Prestes said 41-.. 6-41 k ''''''') i'-'1.-J ".- ''.' '
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ta "-, a Capital Airlines Viscount to can't, we get a general descrip- said today he may rtm for elec- may have been strong" but it jia,1 41 Z.J s 14 t ., 1-1--
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occurred to me that foreign Ian- couldn't ynders
tand that is. Zug
. - are being made smitla himself had been having
1 gua,e mot les crash in a anowstorm more than lion of age, sex, clothing and In tion to Congress next October.
a third of a mile short et a Tri- to make identification. Beyond
City Airport runway, killing all 47 that, it's. impossible to go." Prestes is now awaitipg trial for
sedition, the charge that made
rsons aboard.- Powell said that the plane's four him go underground a decade ago. was not his intention to incite viol- Lit Ws 0', 1 1,,,...". I ..
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to fight for the legalization of the .0-,4) 11.74' i .,,L''''''.. 9.7.7.1--' P:ELt 4.0, t'-- ,.: ,,
,t- right here in Hollywood. trouble tilvith the. language,' he Pe
Investigators 'said that p II o t engines were buried deep, in the Et came ou .ef hiding whp crim crim1
1 crim1 Occurred to me?, Not exactly. said, unt he- got the idea.of hay-.
William J.- (Joe) Hull, 44, could mud. Teclmicians were not ex- inal Judge Luiz Monjardin invali- VI..
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Pi; I went to. the set of a movie titled ing one of his wrters,whiprup, a have misjudged ,the distance 'to pected to begin tearing down the dated police orders for. his arrest t I ''' I
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' the runway,- or ,there-,could have recovered wreckage u n t i I to- and granted him freedom until the h.. ...19.1,...0,,Atimmea ,. ,,,,
- ed to be as Yankee Doodle as hot 'Here," he said, handing me
' 'dogs and I didn't kno what the slimdboobk.t 't'Be mysgauens Lanuge!' nee. ., ,i .. ..,' ...
:" heck the actors were 'talking. -2-. t
s an w a hey're t.-u d 'a been a power 'or instrument fail- day. Powell said it probably would trio. -,,- -, ,: , ', , 17
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Cry. Learn how to rea an sne
-- Russ Tamblyn w a s' saying the language of. the hotroci.s be a week before the probable
Fred G. Powell,: of the Civil cause at' the wreck could be de7
.-- ia,, Aeronautics Board, said that ilull termined. : ', ' ,-
had reported no tanuble during his '
"Don't be a bring-down, Dad. .- -.:. ... instrument approach in,-11, aadio
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i message thrett itinntes belowthe
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The CAB was joined in the 'in 'investigation
vestigation 'investigation by Civil Aeronautics The chief of the Communist par- , trial has- not yet been set- Z''' te.A4
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ed the violent overthrow of, the Nine persons were injured Sunday ,
gsonoceursnamoent- and brought on the when two trains collided' in Al-
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MiSS EStA LEE BARNES
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MISS,ESTA ,LEE BARNES WILL MARRY
MR. ALAN HRIAN ALBRIGHT IN, MAY ,'

- Announcement his been made 'of the engagement of I
Miss ,Esta, Lee Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, M. ;
Barnes of Stillwater, Okla., to Alan -Brian Albright, son of I
' Arthur A. Albright of Gatun and Mrs.' Jessie Albright of
Washington, D.C.. -- ' ., ,,
, , The couple will be mirried in ? the :First Methodist
Church: in Stillwater, ,Okia, ,on May 26. The Rev. Irving
Smith, pastor of the church', will officiate:.
A- graduate of StillWater hi.gli honorary' societies for girls, Ktp Ktpschool,
school, Ktpschool, Miss Barnes will receive pa Phi, Methodist youth group; II II1
1 II1 her bachelor's degree In arts and,, niverbity ,Theatre Guild, Arts an
sciencel(lrotn,Oklahoina'St'ate' 11 science,lionor sockty, Phi' Kappa
niversitAtp May. She was worthy Phi,1,,, national honor society, KV KVadviscri
adviscri KVadviscri oE,0rder of 'Rainbow 4,4for RO camptis radio sliff and is now
Girist : Js 0 memberld O',ivre presidonrcif Sigm- ran Delta' na naQuill,
Quill, naQuill, 4,,i, grange and illaci: !.',ItIttotiOnalthhonor Engli,, ,faternity.

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Mr. Albright was gracuated from
Cnstobal high school in Cristobal.
He was master councillor of De DeMo:ar
Mo:ar DeMo:ar Mtor serving in the army
at Camp Edwards, Mass., he went
to Oklaho Ma 5 ta te University
where' he is majoring in history.
He is a member oi, Symphonic
choir and an announcer pn local
radio 'station there. In '1957 he
completed four-year 3 electrical
apprenticeship with the Panama
Canal Co. ,
'
Engagement 'Announced
The engagement of a former
Canal Zone girl to the son ,of a
well-known Canal Zone couple WU
announced ,this week by the par parents
ents parents of the bride-to-be. The young
couple are Miss Lindy Harris,
daughter 01 Mr, and Mrs., Paul H.
Price,: formerly of Farfan a n d
no of Santa Ana, Ca'. and David
Armstrong Hilliard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan D. Hilliard of Balboa.-
Both Miss Harris and her fiance
attended Balboa High School She
has been attending college in San,
ta Ana while Mr. Hilliard iwa stud student
ent student at the Canal Zone Junior Col College.
lege. College. He plans to enter colege in
California next fall. The wedding
will take place at the end of the
school year in 1959- -,'
Tryouts For "Time Limit"
Scheduled For Tonight
Tryouts for the next Theatre
Guild production, "Time Limit"
are scheduled for tonight and, to
morrow night at the Balboa JIVB JIVBUSG.
USG. JIVBUSG. Tryouts will be held in the
library tonight from 1 until, 3 p.m.
and at the same time tomorrow
night in the music room.
There arq ro'es for 13 mon and
two women. All persons, with or
without experience, who are inter interested
ested interested in the theatre are invited.to
atend.
,
Belle 'Vista Children's
HemiHolds Anniverserf
'Open House' April 15 3
The Board of Admidstration of
the Bella Vista Children's wik hold
"open house" Tuesday), April 15,
from,4 to 6 p.m. at the Home.
The affair will celebrate the 38th
anniversary of the founding
the orphanage which is located on
Calle 46, 4-74, in Panama.
The Home has as a sponsor the
Cathidral of St. Liike., The Pant Pantma
ma Pantma Canal Chapter, Daughters of
the AMeriCall Revolution, inaint,
ains a dormitory there.
All frielids and persns interest,
ed ini the Home are cordially, in invited
vited invited to attend. ,
Parents of ion.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Garner of
:Garden Grove, Cal,,, 'lave announc-1
pd the birth of a son born on April
4.,,Mrs. Garner is the former-Margaret
Zent, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Llewellyn Zent of Curundu
Heights. The paternal grandper grandpereats
eats grandpereats are and Mrs. A. L Garn Garner
er Garner of Garden Grove, Cal.
MallOtts
Parents of Son
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mallett of
Balboa are the parents of a son,
John Francis, born March 31 at
Gorgas Hospital. The baby is their
second child and ,second son.,
Sharing honors as grandparents
are Mr.. and Mrs. S. W. Hensler
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Mallen, all
of Balboa.
,
Gamboa Union Church
Te Sponsor Hem Simper
The Mary Bartlett Circle of Gait
boa Union Church is sponsoring a
ham supper to be held at the Civic
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How can one woman ho'd down
a job and run a home with little
more effort than another woman
spends on being a full-time home homemarker?
marker? homemarker?
marsert
Sometimes the answer is that
the working wife lets her home
duties slide, putting her job first.
But- in a great many cases; it
is simply a matter of careful plan planning,
ning, planning, good wbrk habits and figur figuring
ing figuring out a system for getting house housework
work housework done ps easily as possible.
Women who manage a job and
a house with apparent ease have
to be as systematic about the way
they manage at home as at the
office.
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'They, invariably make use of
such timesavers as these:
'Having things in order and keep
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Each make tot inclusion,lo this
column should be ,suberitted
teed-written term ilia mailed eis
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social end Otherwise." et delivered
et bind to tha office. Notices ot
meetings gannet be ectAletird
telephone.

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MCtirt Yeahtils"EvGernernss. -.; , ,,A guide to exposing Kodak films
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by the light of small, portable el electronic
ectronic electronic flash units is presented
No'rh. 2e anSdt. 3Awnituoniboa; eStoeudyivipergouulpars,
meeting tonight at the French So- in a new4 six-page pamphlet, pub pubciety
ciety pubciety Hall Inasmuch, as tiese lished by the Eastman Kodak Co.
groups meets independently, UM The pamphlet oliphasizeX '-that
will both 'meet at the same place watt-second ratings of portable
These meetings will get, underwayielectronie flash units are not dir

' I I Vg V loitloliol am Hasa ,,,,a
, tectly related to fight output and - ..-. ,, ,... ". .,.i .,, ,. ,,. ,-
turnishes an up-to-date list of guide Did you know that kids are still Another opportunity will he giv.'-, db,
arly urged to attend this meeting numbers forlpidaVfilnis based Oni taming about.. those Tilunuerwrl en to- local residents to hear lwo -,1
to bomplete their bonne of studies actual light bluput:ieffective cand7dets pat tiew! over A few weeks a outstanding
at:tu:34.1)61nro.up No. 2 are particul particulIand
Iand particulIand .wpti knnwn Inosi

ew: over a few weekS '11', outstanding and 'well known local.
. --,z y Ili IM:111 resment8 tO near Iwo --y
gul vou Erie Th -,..--ur ;
which make them eligible for ad- lepower seconds). ,' -, ,- ,go? 'sty gosncyou'd tiunk that toe artists when the' EvangelicalIliti EvangelicalIlitito
to EvangelicalIlitito omp e eir co se of 'Amite actual light butpur,ieffective cand,---diets tilt XI
mittance' hi 'the Parent' 134' .A A methd (If determining guide earth nau beea swallowed up the liners' Council of Panama and the ',1
special program is being planned numbers le also outlined. Other waY theSe KIUS PA ds3g10 eXcited. !Canal Zone present professot Halle 4,
, sublectsIdiscussed are:, timing. of Lea hope tnat they are all torgot-iJanowits and the Rev. Allan Wentt- 4
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for the occasion.,, ; -, ,-,

,, ,,, ., , feeOctiOirv:ileManJ CoauUtpuSeSt
, ,, uititAk-aisu-witum ausuo, Lasms a w svu
Red Chinese ,Trade
d' ::::v4:::seticomnd's.
, , ,,, ,...,.. of light loss, duration of, fla'sk ef efiii
iii efiii 1111146u1" !let ' 116'
onnl 1 n and shutter ,contacts. An illustrap
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' , , thy ot electronic flash, , ; 1,
Pronoted l'37,,Jallan -The pamphlet is available ;with ;with.
. ;with. ,- ,,,. ,, out charge from Sales ServiceDi ServiceDi,,
,, ServiceDi,, TOKYO. April 9 ft.Tp)4-.1apanese NisloniEastmas Kodak ComoanY,
Prime',Minister Noblisuke Kishl Rochester 4,- New-y,ork..,itsk for
said today that' his Govirnmenti!"Extosure with Portable Electro Electrowill
will Electrowill support the promotion of Ja- 'plc Flash PPqs," Kodak 'pamphlet
pan-Red China trade but WilV not 'No; C-37; !.. 1 ;
recognize the Communlit reglme. .,, I, .. ,,.
! -Kishi in,. a formal reply to .!the ,- :.!:lt, -''. N 1 7',' ::, .,. ,
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Council- of ,Sino-Japan, Trde'.,2,' pro4 ',,,
motion, Said,' the Jananes4 Govt I it : I a
will not recognize ,"the rights' of 1191;- 1
the 'Communist trad'e 'mission 'to f ,,if I a
ily ,the Ited.flag in 'Japan, -,' .' '41 ? ,,s,
..,Kishi'it reply expected soinetime .. , :.
agaves delayed because of strong '!-.!. 4:!. !. -- ..) ,,,
protOsts 'frOm 'Nationalist '. -China ,..., -- I ,IL:,,-
,over the controversial trade pact ., .1-...-
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'which touched off 'the worst diplo- ,'' '-'-fri 71
' matic split, between ,'' Tokyo and ',.... .,
Taipetwince the end of World War .. Lit ''''',;",,,'' I.,' 1
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The' Premier ,also told Masano- ,,,,- 6 Li9. .,
sure Ilteda,who signed 'the fourth .. I
Japan-Red, China trade pact f on :I V 1
behalf 'of Jabanese private indus- N...1 z
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tries; that the Communist trade .. .. --i, ,--4,--;,,,-1:,.
delegation members will nor,' be .! '' .. .!.Vgif4 .',
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granted. diplomatic privilAgs., ..--- ...,.: 41

Center on' April -1.8 at 5 o'clock.
Square dancing,, follow ; the
, Tickets may be 'purchased from
Mrs. J. A. Fraser, Mrs. J. R. Ca
beP, or any member o' the club,
and will also be sold at the door.
Price of admission for adults is
$1.35 and for chiklren 60 cents.

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ing them that way. so that they
don't waste time working their
way- out o' con:usion.
Marketing once a week, instead
of every day. The only way this
can be managed is by making out
a 'week's menus in advance; Un Unless
less Unless she wants to be forever on
the Tun, tbe working wife has
to do a lot of planning, ahead.
Cutting shopping tine and erand
running to a minimum. ,Many.
stay-at-home wife wastes time in
far more 'looking.' than is neces necessary
sary necessary before she finafy-riecides to
buy.
Keeping a house well stocked
with supplies by buying in quan quantity,
tity, quantity, so that she hull forever run running
ning running out of something or having
to remember that she must buy
this or- that.
Doing her housework accoi'ding
to a well worked-out plan, instead
of haphazardly when the ..mood
strikes her.
, Not all women want to' run a
home like en office, but a woman
almost has to if she is going to
do two jobs at .ohce and ,not ne neglect
glect neglect either. '
Po' if:b13,R3sh Unit
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BUSS- LINDY: HARRIS atid her fiance, David Armstrong Rib Rib'lard,
'lard, Rib'lard, whose engagement has been announced by her parents.A
Miss Harris has oeen visiting here for the past ten days.
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard entertained 'for their
son and his future bride' at.a cocktail p.arty ,at the ,Albrook
' J' Officers Club..

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ten now-until the nisi Armed fore- in irconcert at the Jamaican So-
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es Day show. ,, ,., -. ciety, Hall in Cabo Verde on-Fri.
- At thd 1948 Field- Night held in day, April-18 at 8 PaiLl -4 !. 142,
Mount Hope Stadiura. on March 14,.' Professor Ianowitz has beep, ...T.,
Balboa Cadets scored the highest teacher of musiet at the National k.,,
insCristobal field competition., The Institute of ..Musie' in: Panama for', ).1,
whole night was a:big success with many years. During this time le.1.:
Ithe Balboa Iigii Sehool drill team,has made valuable. contribution
putting on a tine. performance at, to Isthmian 'music.' He las been
the end of the evelimg. Incidental,:,pear 1 in several' (Tea, tivlq' -,,;11
ly, they also performed at the ArniF admirable appreciation in tecitals, 1
led Yorces Day' review. '.,-- ,,---lof his,own and in concerts in com4 '
' This Friday ,' the Chess : Club at ;any. with other artists, ., ,, .
Balboa will lold a -rapid-transiti ,,Revo, Wentt ill .,he minister ';o1 ;
chesS tournament. -Moves will ba the ,,,,St. Alban'a Church' in Paralso; '.,
limited to 10 seconds with a buz-IFor many years .he, has been a -,' .'
zer sounding. to, Nara players.-.Wittident of 'vocal mil, studying i'
sounds like ,a 104 fun, and Lam with private tutors"; 4k0 present he ,,.-
going to play- in IL c '' ,is, a voice-stiulent in' the National :'
, Say what do you think' of those' Institute of Music. He was heard i
lucky gals. Jeanette Eglinton and with appreciation in a recent con-
ye rooub aktni oe wt,e tag oils f for
Sara Purdy?' ,They,(drool1 got to tert held, in the ,,Paralso Theater. :
toniteAirrvivo'r
the Billy Graham Caribbean 4',,
,was selectedes .ene of the osola- I
ones who' flew. thesejhunderpirds Crusade, and ,was assigned sing. i
ithe'e,pljloetst"!
:Wow 'MUM. min. L'- i ing duties in Costa Rida and Colon. .::
,, The 'Irtshmen hat ',a' gal iartylolickets for the concert may be' 'l
at the Ellis Clb'on Friday,. March' secured from the pastors and mem ,
28, It saw a, hageuqcess a 0 11 bets of the Gamboa- and Panama ''''.
strictly, informal., They, even, -.had Baptist Church, the Christian Mis.:.,.
dancing games yith,prtzel, for, the sion Churches, the Nazarene Chris- ,,,,,
winners., , ,, ,,,,,,... 1,,,,,,,, ;lien Churches, the, Bethel- MiS,SiOn
.The senior. honer graduates, h'ave Church, the C01011 Church of Christ .;
selected the ,theme ) of the COM, the Sanctified Church-and ',other
mencement program and the speak local churchea.- '.1,-- !, f,-, .
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selected the ,theme7, t the com,
mencement program and the Apealt
ers to deliver the theme.IThe cen central
tral central theme -it Our ,Cornerstone for
the' puture., Paul ,Bennett, Done

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tral theme -is Our,Corn stone or have 'their teim' Paper gpe'eches to
the' Future.. Paul Bennett, Done give this week, J have to give mine
Banda 'lean Dimpfl, and Caroline
PrinciPalk "There is an ROTC review cotn-,,
tomorroW. ,,
Zisprekamitearn;,,,waill, thbeettohmeot,4,encemen,,t ina
exercises.- ': ,' 3 up Thursday'afterneon it 1:30
" ''' 4 in honor of the annual inspectors. '14
The Junier-Senior Prom' l'i thiii,,
zee you next ;week ' ,, 1
Friday evening at the Army, Na- ,- .,, .. ,- ,;- ,
vy Club. It should move ta be a ,h,
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happy affair even t,hough for the , ., , -, ,,,,, 4, 4,.., :,,,;
seniors it 'will be just a little sad, Rome (VP ) ,,-, Chancellor Job,: ,. A
It la being held,awfully early this fus Raab oft Austriareturned-, to 7.,
year, but I gueit that Is so that yienna Nonday,after a week-long
kids leaving for the, States earIY private Visit during which he had I
will still be able to' attend. talks with Pope Pius XII- and
Y Italian government leaders. 1,;', k .
A I aW ehlAl lathe. ,IttaHltbno!!ellany..s .c.,er.t..i2nnnl,.

seniors it'will be just a little sad.
It being held mwfully early this
year, but gueit that is so that
kids leaving for the, States early
will still be able to' attend.
Well the Halbos relays certainly
did hold a surprise for everyone
when the 'winners were ievealed,
It was so expected that Albrook
would Win that when it was an announced
nounced announced 'that AC won it was res14
it surprise. The outstanding athlete,
of the evening was. Larry Horinel
of the Athletic Club.'lle is es a
coach here for 'Balboa High School,
presently. teaching Orli swimming
.'"sses. ,He's a very mice teacher,
, Ails Easter yadation time!
is ail over with, and we are- sill
bscit to the grind. It is 01 gchld,!
too, for..the senbirs beabsa they

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I Laud decides to join the recent Iraqi-Jordanian merger (ver-,
, shading on Newsmapb his aCtiOn would lock up better
:than half of the Middle East's vast pool of vital oil under the :
:stewardship of a strategic, tri-king 'federation. Although Saud :
:bas so far declined invitations from Kings Hussein and Feisal,
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1 WASHINGTON (UP)--Treasury
' Secretary Robert Anderson warn warn',ed
',ed warn',ed yesterday that 'hastily con con-
- con- steived" tax cuts and other 111U 111UTecession
Tecession 111UTecession measuri would play in in,
, in, to Russia's hands by weakening
' future U.S., productive capacity.
Anderson's statement, made at
it New York savings bond Itmch Itmcheon,
eon, Itmcheon, was seen here as a new ad ad'
' ad' ministration go-slow warning to
Congress against quickie taste tasteduction,
duction, tasteduction, and other hasty steps to
, end the4usiness slump.
President EisonhoWer already
, has hoisted similar caution Bags.
' But ,some officials feared Con Congressi
gressi Congressi might return from its cur current
rent current 10-day, Easter recess,,fired

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tertainly. reflected the Christmas
--spirit., There was nothing particul particularly
arly particularly wrong with South's one spade
bid although there was pothing
particularly right with it s either.
, Similarly Norh 'can no really be
, criticized for his two club rebid.'
' South's two diamond bid. was
, really, bad but would hate caus caused
ed caused no harm if North had simply
gone to two spades instead of try trying
ing trying three diamonds. ,Whezy this
was passed around to West he for for,
, for, goVall about the Christmas spirit
' and .cried, "Doublet" ,
West opened his singleton heait.
East cashed the ace and king and
, West discarded a lo club, The
obvions lead was the spade jack
which would have set the hand
three tricks btit East became mid mid:.
:. mid:. denly imbued with kindness to Un
fortunate declarers;
Ile led back the ten of diamends.
Prom this point on South forgot'
'about Christmas and proceeded to
make the hand, -,
t The diamond was won, in. dum dumtny
tny dumtny and the ace and king of clubs
and a club ruff followed. Now
South led the queen of hearts and
West ruffed.. He had nothing bet better,to
ter,to better,to do. A spade was discarded
from dummy ,and Vfest had the
:, lead for what it was worth.
He did make his best lead, a
trump. South won with his queen
and led the jack of hearts. West
chose to ruff; again a discard
would do him no too&
, South everruffed with dummy's
lat trump and discarded t w o
' spades on the'last two clubs (one
spade had gone earlier on the king
of clubs). South still had to lose a
spade but he had his nine tricks.

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TIUCIAL
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Ziorufvfir;:
ADM
licsty.Tax Cuts
with 'new enthusiasm for 'irate 'iratediate
diate 'iratediate tax relief. ,
Advocates of tax reduction may
get some new ra m nition
when the I, a b or Department
issues its March Unemployment
figures. Secretary James P.
Mitchell said Sunday they would
show a rise in employment and a
levelling off in unemployment.
But some top government eco economists
nomists economists believe unemployment
would have to show a 400,000
drop for March just to keep even
with the February 'level because
the economy normally shows that
much of an upswing in March.
the,March uneniployment tn tntals
tals tntals top the February postwar rec record
ord record of 5,173,000 by 200,000 --- as
some labor' departtnent officials
have forecastit almost certainly
will touch off new congressional
demands for swift tax relief.-
Anderson presumably had this
in mind when he told his New
York audience that finding the
right answer tci the recession "de "depends
pends "depends on a, long and painful pro process
cess process of studying the data, com comparing
paring comparing judgments, and arriving
finally at the best of number
of Possible solutions." r
' Meantime, key administration
officials told the United Press
they svre doing everything pos possible
sible possible to translate recent anti-recession
steps by Congress ; and
the administration. into govern government
ment government contracts, purchase orders
and ultimately jobs,1 J1 k "1'
' But they' said would take
weeks, and in sotne cases months
before the real impact of the ac-,
tions would be' felt on the, econo.,
'They cited the bia 5;500.000.000
highway bill paised by Congress
last week and now on,the Presi President's
dent's President's desk. SPOTISOrS estimated
the vast federal state spending
program would provido anywhere
from 90..000 to S00,000 new jobs.
But administration officials laid
it was not that simple, 'Mei said
it usually took 18 months to two
years frotn, the time such' a pro program
gram program was authorized until enn
tracts were placed. Bad weach,r
and other factors cotdd delay
this timetable even 'more.
GOvernment ''' housing 'officials
have voiced confidence the new
housing action ordered by Con Congress
gress Congress and the President would be
translated quickly into jobs. But
they had no precise figures and
were unable to estimate its ef effects
fects effects on overall employment.
,
If:13151er'
US'Enray Discuss
So 'it'll liras Ch:Ne
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bIAKARTA, Indonesiao April
UP) Foreign Minister Subandrio
todaY summoned U.S. Ambassador
Howard Jones to talk 1 'over the
State Department charge that the
Soviet bloe war selling Indonesia
arms to strengthen Communist.m Communist.mfluenee
fluenee Communist.mfluenee here..
Subandrio -and Jones met priv privately
ately privately for an hour and a half at the
Foreign Ministm ,'
i
The Foreign Minister later told
reporters that Jones said he woldd
contact Washington regarding- the
charge 'made by State Department
spokesman Lincoln White. a
"I get the Impression that ,Mr.
Jones himself doesn't attach much
belief to the truth of the, report,'"
Subandrio said. ',
American souicei, however, said
Jones told Subanchio he 'ditt not
want to comment until he saw the
full text of White's remarks. Tbey
said he would ask Washineton for
clarification of press reports on
White's statement..
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Maj. Edwin W. Emerson, of
Headquarters Caribbean C o m mmand,
mand, mmand, last week was awarded the
Army commendation ribbon for
exceptionally meritorious service
while serving as aide de-camp to
the late Lt. Gen. Robert M. 'iron 'ironLague.
Lague. 'ironLague. ,
, The award, covering the period
from February 1956 until Februa February
ry February 1958, cited Emerson's outstand outstanding
ing outstanding accomplishment of the varied
and important duties of his posi position
tion position which greatly assisted Gener General
al General Montague in carrying out his
strategically and diplomatically im'
portant missions in Korea and La Latit
tit Latit America. ,
In the citation aciompanying
the award. Emerson's professioanl
competence, sincere loyalty and
reptiocal efficiency were stated
as gaining for him 'the complete
confidence of the General and the
respect of all governmental, diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic and military leaders with
whom he dealt" ,
, A separate letter of commnda commndation
tion commndation to Emerson from Brig. Gen.
Louis V. Hightower, chief At staff
of the Caribbean Command, espe especially
cially especially cited the efficient, tactful
and devoted mariner in which he
performed his duties as aide te
the commander in ,chief during
Gen. Montague't illness.
In his letter .Idightower a t dti
'.'the quality of dedicaticin that
characterized the 'performance 'of
your duties in assuring ithat every
need or deshe' of 'either General
or Mrs. Montague was' promptly
and fully 'answered during his hos hospitalization,
pitalization, hospitalization, exemplified the finest
traditions of the military aervice."
Emerson Arrived in the Canal

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EDITORSS NOTE; Tile follow following
ing following dispatch by Frank H. Bar BarthelemeW
thelemeW BarthelemeW reveals details genet genetally
ally genetally not known abet mess messros
ros messros taken bY the' United States
Strategic Air Command to 'de 'defend
fend 'defend North America from at attack.,
tack., attack., It is ',the resit of, two
,persenal visits to SAC-. head headgarters
garters headgarters in-Nebraska and con conferences
ferences conferences at .-th 'Pentagon.' BO
, fere' becoming president, of thy,
United Press, Bartholomew was
a war correspondent in the Pa Pa.
. Pa. cifics, China, Korea and inde,
china.
Bx tANK H. BARTHOLOMEW
OEFUTT- AIR 'rORCE
Neb. (UP)--Imagine that )you are
bomber of the US., Strategic Air
Command. You art in flight to toward!
ward! toward! enemytarget. You are
carrying thermo-nuclear bombs,
capable of moreAcstructive force
than the combined American and
British air forces delivered in all
of World War II.
This is pot practice...Eight min.
utes,, ago you were dispatched
from base.. Youare bound north northward
ward northward across the pole, flying fast faster
er faster than the speed of sound.
Forteen ratites ago y o r
base, and every other SAC.. base
in the world, received, a' flash
fron't rate, "Dewline' (distant
Early $.Warning) ntwork across
northern Canada that the radar
scopes indicated 'convergence of
foreign objects flying swiftly to toward
ward toward the United States.,
,The foreign objects re too fast
to be .aircraft. Is thiS a flight
of intercontinental missiles with
atomic warheads bound for the
cities of the United States and
Canada? '
Flight-time tor micsiles from
Eastern Europe to North Ameri Amerigave
gave Amerigave your base'15 minutes warn warnca.,
ca., warnca., is 30 minutes. The Dewline,
gave yor base 15 mintes warn warning.
ing. warning. Your aircraft was the last of
the sortie off the way; you
were airborne in six minutes; you
have been flying for eight Min Minutes;
utes; Minutes; enemy missiles which must
have, pasted you- in flight would
be' due to strike 'North AMerien
in one mintei Other, United
iStates bombers are in the air. all
over the world With repriSal
bombs.
But this is one thing that you
alone do not know: Since your
takeoff, the foreign objects picked
up, on the radar scopes turned
out to be a shower of meteorites.
Other aircraft in your sortie
have been turned back by radio.
But in spite "of the trigger-quick
efficiency of the command which
dispatched you, and of the giant
aircraft under your hand, thre
has been a failure.
Someone ,has said that a battle
is a series of errors and victory
goes to the! side that makes the
fewest number.
The error in which' you find
yourself is that you did not re receive
ceive receive a turn-back signal.
You have been dispatched with
a complete invasion plan. Routes
across the enemy border to your
target. Alternate routes to anN al alternate
ternate alternate target. Routes across the
face of the enemy coluttry and
out again. You have' more than
one atomic bomb. You have fuel
for 6,000 miles.
Do you proceed to your target,
does your bombardier press the
button and does the first atomic
bomb go "down the chimney' to
start World War III? All this de decause
cause decause one of SAC's vast 'fleet ,of
bombers failed to receive a Jun Junback
back Junback order? ,
Not so. You are,saved, yott and
many others, by a powerfullY
simple' plan called "fail safe." It
proof against ,error, human or
mechanical.
"Fail safe,", a term borrowed
from 'the engineers, simply in instructs
structs instructs you to proceed toward
your target for- a fixed number
of nautical miles add then turn
back"fail safe"--if for any rea reason
son reason you do not at, that point and
at that -moment receive coded on,
dors 'to COntillUS to your target,'

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COADIENDATION RIBBORMaL Edwin W. Emerson, aisle-decamp
to the late Lt. Gen. Robert M, Montague, received the
Army commendation ribbon from Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hightower,
Caribbean Command chief of staff, for his exceptionally meri meri'
' meri' torious service as senior aide I to Ahe Commander in Chief
Caribbean. , MS Army ,rbeto)

Caribbean.
Zone from the Vir East in Dec December
ember December 1956. He had served as sen senlor
lor senlor aide to Gen. Montague who
was then commanding general of
I Corps in Korea. ',-,
' An Infantry,- officer,' Emerson
graduated from the Army; ,Com
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This actually has happened. Not
once, not twice,' but' many times.
The great counter-offensive strik striking
ing striking force of, the Strategic Air
Command has been sped on sti
way by alerts created by meteor meteoric
ic meteoric flights registering on the Dew Dewline
line Dewline radar scopes, or by interfer-,
ence of high frequency- transmit transmitters
ters transmitters creating artificial 'blips," or
by the appearance of foreign ob objects
jects objects 'on the scope flying in seem,
ing formation, which simply nev never
er never have been explained.,
P "The compressioti of time in the
atomic age is such, that SAC'
must be in constantly alert status
and ready for instantaneous counter-attack,"
says Gen. Thomas S.
Power, SAC's commander-in-chief.
, Time does not permit holding
bombing aircraft on the ground,
while alarms are investigated. The
investigations take place while
the bombers Arcola their, way to,,
ward the target.,
The Air Force plinnera
that if World War III occrs, ,the
atomic exchange phaie will all be
over in' the first Jour hours.
But you are at the controls of the
352 ,again, your radio is function,
ing," iou have reached the, "fail "failsafe'
safe' "failsafe' line. 'This time; instead of
an 'order to return or ,no, orders
at'. all, a rasping voice in' Your
earphones orders yo -to tontine
to target. ' (,
, Let a colonel at the Strategie
Air Command here picture the
rest of it for you: ',Too know'
that the President of the United
States' has authorized your at attack.
tack. attack. , , ..
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vir HOG Rdi Statiti3O0 AOril 11;

The,, Voice of America will
broadcast the American play,
"The Glass Menagerie," in Eng--
lish on April 13, as the second in
its series, "American, neater of
title Air." The series, which began
on une 1957, with-a produc production
tion production of the Thornton Wilder piay,
"Our Towu,", is designed to bring
the 1,11ring American theater t10
the audiences of th" Voice of
America.- ,, :
, Prodticed With the assistance
of the Ameritan National Thea Theater.
ter. Theater. and Academy, ,"The Glass
Menagerie" will star Mildred
Dunnock, in the role ,of the
mother; Kim Stanley, in the role
of Laura, the crippled daughter;
Eli Wallach; as Tom, the son and
narrator; and Karl Malden, las
the Gentleman Caller. Miss Dilnl
nook also appeared in VOA's pro production
duction production of "Our Town." All lour
members of the cast are promi prominent
nent prominent performers on the Ameri
can stage, in motion pictures and
on television and radio. 1. ,,
The radio adoption of the
playl which is bY Tennessee
will ,be broadcast
, front 8 to 9:30 over HOGYour,
Community NetWOrkOn the
following frequencies: 840 kilo kilocycles
cycles kilocycles in Panami and 1090 Id
lotycles in Colon. ,
, &The Glass Menagerie" was the
first of Williams' plays to reath
Broadway. Producea In 1945; it
won the New York Drama Critics
Circle Award and the Donaldson
Award for outstanding achieve achievement
ment achievement in the theater, Later, it
was a success in London and was
made into a motion picture in in1950.
1950. in1950. It has been revived many
times, most recently in,New YOrk,
in 1950,
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A mood play, set In St. Louls,
Missouri, it deals with the con conflict
flict conflict between reality and illusion.
According to Brooks Atkinson,
the New York TiMe8 drama cri critic;4'It
tic;4'It critic;4'It is a perfect blend of hu
mor and pathos,. making a kind

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at Fort Leavenworth Kansas, in
1955. He is married to the former
Mis Evelyn Jorud of Helena,
Montana, and they have four chil children.,
dren., children., The, family. resides on the
Post of Quarry. Heights..
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yoti have sweated long years of
training, 'learning the awesome sa
business of just exactly how you ,,
will wipe a target off the face of
the earth in .one fraction of a
second. t.:).' ' .."..' : '::'""'" ".
: 'Your route ,into tbe enemy's
country,. every detail of your tar- i,
get and the task before you, are
burned deep into your memory.
You :have practiced this mission,,
now, become reality, until you
now ,, become reality,t ntil 7o .,
could earry it out blindfolded. 4,,
' "This is Abe moment-you-have
dedicated your life to prevent.
The pit of your stomach is sick
with the 'thing you must do, 'and
sick with the knowledge that you
and all the people of the Strategic
Air Command have failed, to' keep
the peace. .,. ,' :,, z
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mission, r its 'reason for being:-: to ,;.
be' stronger Ind grow stronger,. to
deter the enemy from ever ex exploding
ploding exploding a ,nuelear bomb la an an8,42iTth.';
8,42iTth.'; an8,42iTth.'; next tiMe 'you sie a Vapor
trail high In the springtime sky,
consider the' 'chance that if the
microscopic speckahead of it is
a bomber it will have in its bay
a gr,eater destructive force than
this cogntry and Britain together
were able to deliver on ruined
Germany oil tlu'ough World. War
II. .. ,,, 1 I.
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ward, northward, loin a roillent mailer t.b a t
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TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, au.,
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Mena'gerie," which will be
broadcast over' HOG, Tour
Community Network,, April ,13
' at 8 Pm. on 840 Kce. in Pan Panama
ama Panama And 1090 Xcs, in Colon;
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of s'ad poetry that is lovelY,
touching and &little grotesque."
, Since writing this play, Ten'-
nessee Williams has won two Pu Pulitzer
litzer Pulitzer Prizesfor mA Streetcar
Named Desire" (1947) and ,ICat
on a Hot Tin Roof" (1954).
mong his other plays are "Sum "SumMer
Mer "SumMer and 'Smoke (1948), uThe
Rose Tattoo", 11950Y "Camino
Real" (1953),' and "OrPheus De Descending"
scending" Descending" (1957)',.
SMALL BUT READY
TWO EG6, Fla. (UP). This
town o! 100 people has joined
other cities in ,the Civil Defense
program "operation Skywatch".
A local official said: "We may
be small, but waste not backward.
We're ready tor a red alert."

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, -- NEW' YORK April 9--(11P)The. Milwaukee
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Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers today faced
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k Etar outfielders,Wes Covington and Duke Snider'
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, 'Covington, who clubbed t h e at Corpus Christi, In'which the 113-
Eraves. to ,victory ever the Yan- diens rolled to an 11-7 victory (iv (iv'
' (iv' kees tit last year's World Series, er the Giants, but will be back in
twist.41 hie left knee in an exhibi- center field for the season opener.
ton .., .tme against the Dodgers at In other Tuesday exhibitions,,
, Aust 1.. Tex.., yesterday and may the Phillies edged the Yankees, 3-
mis4'Inext Tuesday's opener 4. a- 2; the White Sox turned back the
gainet the Pittsburgh Pirates. Cardinals, 5-4; the Senators rolled
HiMpered previously by a pull- to a 10-3 victory over the Sedlegs,
el thigh muscle, Covington injur- and the Cubs downed the Orioles,
ed his knee as he slid home on thei6-5, on Dale Long's loth inning
, busitIss end of a squeeze play in:clutch single. ,..
the 3th inning that gave the' The Phillies scored. their win win,.
,. win,. Braves a 5-4 victory. ..' .1 ping run off route-going -Whitey
Snider's trouble also is centered Ford in the eighth innmg on a
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In th left knee, which was oper- walk, Willie Jones' single and Her Her'
' Her' -ated on last December. There has ry Anderson's sacrifice, fly. The
been some swelling in the knee Yankees, who pounded out six
this spring and Duke told ene re- home runs avhile crushing the
. porter yesterday 1,think it'll have Phils, 20-1the,, previous day, col col,
, col, to beOrained.1 ... tt.' ; lected only' seven singles off Jack
, However', he" later .,' declared,Sanford. A, ,h.,',' I:'
"ther may .not' be. any need for;, ,,The White:Sots took advantage
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that drainingll- And added he of en error by St. Louis first
' "will ry to -play" in today's game baseman Ire Noren to scord twe
against tie Braves at Dallas. unearned rims-in, the eighth in in,
, in, 'I We to play lif the opener, nine for their' comeback victe- I
'-. Snider said ,as he and bis Dodger ry. Early Wynn worked the first I
teammates crossed their collective seven Innings for tbe White ,,Sex
', fingers!. q .: ...'-' ',,- -.,. .. , to pick up Os. third;victory e
, The veteran tenter fielder has gainst two lost's. ',:tr.', ..." ,'
appeared in only 13 games thi Home ',runs by Albie Pearson
spring and has been unable to play and Clint Courtney carried the
more than two days in succession, Senators to their third straight vie vieall
all vieall of which, would indicate his torY covet Cintirinati.' The Redlegs
' knee still is unable io withstand scored all :their runs; including a
sustained pressure without develop- base-empty homer by Steve Bilko,
ifing some soreness. ''-., ..... ,. off Dick, Hyde in the seventh ill illThe
The illThe San Francisco Giants, Ding.- ' 4 :k 4 41' .., v '''' ; '
meanwhile, received good news' The Orieles came from behind
when,,,,X-rays revealed Willie to tie the Cult,' 5-5, 'On a two-run
- Mays suffered only a mild home., homer by, Bob- Niemanin the ninth
, tomilbruisel lust shove the el-' inning. However, after Nieman
', how when struck by a pitched failed to 'hold a blooper by'pinch by'pinch1
1 by'pinch1 ball In Monday's game ogainst hitter Bobby Adams that dropped
the Cleveland Indians at Austin. iit for si, -double itt, the ,10th, Long
Mays sat out yesterday's garne delivered the winning. blow'. 3

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:1 Jim ftilei 'of the,,, Pel'ice teard double, with a total Of 9'6 such hits'. Cleve (A) (I&I "I "3- 63
San '. (N) ' 010 105 00x- 7 10 0
) copped the, Pacific Little League The, Police sluggers tagged 22 to Narleski, Churn (7) and Brown,
batting championship with en aver Gibraltars', 21. The team that, set Antbnelli, Giel (8) and 1 Schmidt.
age of .491. Going to bat 59 times some sort of a record' was the Winner-Antonelli. Loser -- Ear EarJim
Jim EarJim smacked '29 safeties, includ- Seymour squad with only five ex,,- kaki. HRs-Eing, ,Eirkland..'
,, ing one home run, ten doubles and tra base blovis in 20 games. ,: ,. , , ,, , ,, : -,
fr ighteen singlesim 'also show- ,, , At crilonvinta, s. c. ,,
' eed the way in two,baggera,,Imiting Mink runs: (9 each) Smith, -,.
rhila. (N) 000 000 001,- 1 7 1
Gene Hermanny vho haft' eight, Wilder,'Inade,'Viltiles (1 eget), ,...,(A. ,,
) 235 340 03x-20 21 1
This was the last year, of Little, Hermanny 'and' Smith. Doubles
, League plaY for Riley., . , (first three) Ri'ey. 10, Hermanny Y. Simmons,. Ideyert (5),' (baiter'
' In the runnerup spot WaS Bob 8,' Ebdon 7. Most bite (first five) (..8) and
mikulich who has one more: year Riley 29, 'Smith 28, Gangle 27, Ili and IlLeowPaerldse.'' Oiltelainsechna'rdDur(e6ln
- to go for the champion Spur Cola Hermanny and Ostrea 26. ; -, 2 Winner 6-- Larsen,. Loser .--- Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. 11Rs-Skowroit (2). ,1.445en
team. Bob, the, stalwart catcher t "'' .. 4.. : ."' ; A m '';.''' Howard, Mantle, D,e1Greco., -'
. of the champs,' tallied a .478 ayerJ ; ,', Balting,)Averanes,,, r i., ., ,,,,,,, I. ,,,,,. 4,,
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. The home run crop was meag- Jim Riley :491,' Mikulich .47, n,,...., , 100 300 0034 3 1
et with three players tied with two Smith .474,. Ostrea .464, Gangle ahlTin (iii,' 100 000 002,, 3 10 0
each -t. Smith of Spur Cola, Wilder 450, Hermanny .448, Perantie T
and Weade of Police. Only t,hirteen .391, Arnold, M. .389, -Farnsworth
' four base blows were produced .382; Weade ,,,377,' McGrath ,, G Id Nuxhall Jeffcoat "(5) and
.:, Wieder,' Byerly (6) 'and Fitz Fitz364
364 Fitz364 era ,
ey Burgess. 9)., Winner 7-
- this year. -, ., Zelnich '264,4 Welker .359, Ebdon Bail h
wi ler.' Loser-Nux all, ) .,
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- ,, i.. ,, , ,., , ..,' 1 Bradshaw .315, Moses .313, Thom!). t
At Fort Knox, Kiq
so nE. .289, Engelke L. .286, Bel, . .-s-
SERVICE' ,,. ,,. .,, ,.- den' ,286,, Stoudnor '280,, Barret() ,-, ,,A, .. 100 300 eos 7 10 1
- , .' .269, Engelke,: R', 1,250, L.., O'Con Wasik i
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'''' ' CENTERS ,- ssmvergetzer 444,ifiele 2 m cnti (N) 100 Om 002- 3
. theney .231; Hoenke ,226 ?-H39u'n-t,11,2- "INVie (6)--en 1 2-
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sleri. Byerly t (d5, 19u.
ernathy .217,,, Douglas 414, Brict. tyns (9) and Bailey, Surgess 9);
well '214, CrosbY .200, POOre .200, Winner -0 Wiesler. Loser :-,-.., Puz.,
SUNDA ' '. 1:15 & l'At I; Perkins, .191,7! Blaney .188,1 Riley halt :. ' '. '
- Clark Gable & Yvonne De Carle- Jeff 184, Thompson C.' 182, Marti ;-;-;.---"-----. ,- ,,
- VIAND OF ANGELS"' ,, 471, Edwards ,167,' Berger, .160, 1
i On Pro Golfers
..', cerreaSeope and pawl ; Austin' ,160,,,Prank A,159,,,Seming ,,,- ir.,.' .,. ,
. .154, ,Lawyer,.143, :Hummel 4.143, to
1 Evans .139 Bauman .135, Canno- IIN,
,
icisisTonsl, ',, ,,. r.a- 7:00 vaggio 130, McCullough .130, Dur. ,,,, ,' ., b
eady,For Greater
, Diana Don Rod Sieger an .118, NSIson".113, Herring ,d11, k,resn oro Open v,'
, ,,, "UNHOLY SYNE"' (Color) Memo) ',107, Dunn .103,',Brennan , , .. ,. ,, ., , .,, .,,,
, : .. Brown .077; Egolf Jon, Blythstone
.. "' Darden .083, McCullough' ,083,
I I; a Gti oRnEgE NtoSpE OtRoOu r,inNi CI .pr''
( oUf Pe s) s-i oln ha el
MA- MO Wilk slos ,.' i - .071,',Farrell .071,)Bou,gliner .042. golfers thronged th-e ,Starmount

The folloS.ting Little Leaguers,-
did not acquire and batting aver
age'and settled for .000: Itathgab Itathgaber,
er, Itathgaber, Nordstrom, litcGravi, Wilson,
Grosz, Horsley; terantie J. Stoops,
Stallings, -Myers and Zambito.',

' ISEUNef IN EXCHANGE
0".
' WASHINGTON IijP) Defen;
sive halfback Fred Bruney, who
played two years with the San
Francisco' Folly ,Niners. and one
with the Pittsburgh Steelers,
joined the Washington Redskins
today. In' exchange. the'Redskins
will glye the Steelers 1959 draft
choice.-

IODAYcENCANTO 35-.20
Richard Widmark in
, ,"TIME LIMIT"
, Burt Lancaster ip
' '"TRAPEZE
And .The Fight
t ROBINSON vs. BAULKS

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25e. I5e,
BANKl 21200
, SATELLITE' IN
TIIE SKY
With Kleron Moore
, Also:
RING OF FEAR
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cancelled, wet groun s. s, ., ,,, .,;
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' : ' Cleve. (A) 000 000 000, 0 01 8
, sucn hits.
,i 4, San '; (N) 010 105 00x 110 0
gged Narleski; Churn (7) and Brown,
n that set Anttnelli, Giel (8) and.1 Schmidt.
' was the WinnerAntonelli. Loser Nar Narty
ty Narty five ex7 1 ki HitsKing ,Xirkland.:

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Boston (11 '101'006 000L' 2 '4 1
Pitts.' (N) 021 010 00x 4 10 0
- Sislet, Mall (7) and W hit e.
Kline and Soiles. Loser -- Sillier.
IPThomas. ;,,-' :,
At .Houstod, Tu.
Milw. (N) , 010 000 110-- 2 7 0
Los Anil. (N) 000 000 200 2 7 0
Spahn, Rush, '(6), Johnson 7)
and 'Rice, Crandall 8)., Poch,
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L., Sherry,(7), Roebuck, 8 and
Pignatanct, Winner Joh son,'
Loser.ltoebeuk. BrAaron.
At Oklahoma City,,, Okla.
St. L (N) '0,1 000 400 040 S 1
Chgo. (A) 000 000 000 0 S 3
'L.,' McDaniel, V. ,McDaniel 8),
Wehmeier (9) and Katti ,Wil on,
McDonald (6),t LaPalmi (S) and
Battey. Winner ,. L., McDaniel.
LoserWilson. ,;1111Katt. .. 1

NEW YORK,' April 9 (L114-k
Panamanian lackey Manuel Ica
again ran inte tough luck
yesterday -when he wen the
$12,000 Johnstown, Pus aboard
Ebony Pearl only te, have his
mount set back to 'second for
bearing .ot Nisht Amool at the
tho Jamaica racetrack.
Recently Tuna was involved
In a nation wide controversy
when he won the $100,000 Fla Flamingo
mingo Flamingo Stakes by a neck :ever
Tim Tam but was moved back
to seconds-tor bearing ouL Tim
Tam, ridden by- Sill Hartack
was awarded the victory In the
Hialeah Park rack r- s

xhibition

R10',

Top:
GreOter
Pro Golfers
Gresnboro Open
' GREENSBORO, N.C: (UP)---The
n'ation'a top touring professional
golfers thronged the ,,Starmount
Forest Country Club course. today
for practice ,rounds, for the 2ist
annual Greater Greensboro Open
golf tournament,' ,
The $15,000,' 72-hoie tourtiament
will get under way ,Thursday over
the 6,803-yard, par, 73 course. A
field of 135,,players is enttred,
The absence of blasteis cham champion
pion champion Arnold Palmer of Latrobe,
will, take some of the glow
from the tourney but the field is
expexted to be one of the toughest
in the history of the event Pal Palmer
mer Palmer has a television somiAitthent
in Florida. )- 1
The group of contenders in includes
cludes includes defending champion Sian
Leonard of VancoUver, 3.C., Ken
Venturi of San Francisco and'1957
Masters champ Doug Ford of Ma Mahopae,
hopae, Mahopae, N.Y.., ,

Slammin' Sammy Snead wM
also be on band- tor the tourna tournament
ment tournament frequently referred to in
the past as the ,I4Sant Snead
Open." Snead has won 'ft es
times. ,

SANK NIGHT!.
, Gold Elise $500.01
- A TOWN LIKE
, ALICE
- Also; 0 k,
HIGH TREASON.
-with, Andre Morrell

- .
-7 - ..---- -- '7. 7's" k '-- - ,, 7 , j 1
.0Ehanks''-te'" thi.'' Old Phoenix almost" to a ''', 'vote ,' what ,- the
A. c., w.-, c. Handy saw 'more coun'J would. be..' ' :.- ..' ';
s'PlcatileddYth
wmase"mapdbmisireads .nao,ndet re reher
her reher do n 'than any 'ether cernet colored man before or Since,
tghr eeawt aprrhuep! log thhteerrss-0.1n".. II ho me 9:any
w .., 4.
- -,' At the time of ...Which -"we excitingly avant-gardn, as It
player ,in histori. '. ;',1; .;', .,,,''..' but his music,; stimulating and,
ln moat of, the states, Tennes- 'of -all an 1 election ine-which'
write; Prize fights -Were illegal was decided .n0. elections, least,
see, Louisiana, and 'California, Daddy CrumP,--with or without
for reasons, now ;disremember- easy- riders,' vas involved. r But
ed, were exceptions. The big Hock Bones. '... well, that ,was tit,
in California and diflerentk.mattes!', ,,":-, ,; :.:.-",.:. .i..1
, found It' economically advan advanitniAnteirs
itniAnteirs advanitniAnteirs w.abseading -- that ',''..WaY ', .:
7 we never knew' Heck Bones'
to real name. He was a, large col colpw
pw colpw rid lighter, 77 that..kHurricane,
, toatoogeoguysearnidn smocelmallp isreitanxclingv
Jaekaoa -of his, dity,, -complete,
Orleans were In Alms were ,,, ,
tilt
, , 7 ,, .-,,,, Wan eeeellUle romwork. When
fev,f., '''-'i -,-',. ' .' .- Al he lia8 in; action,: VV., C. and
Ilhat'S bow the, Old rheenix, nes bandsmen played -' Conti Conti'
' Conti' a' ', sparse,'", barn-like-7.. wooden' nually( The more frenzied they.
structure, no more 'than: a long played, -the more furious the
, right-hand punch,' from -; the madly '' inspired Hock ,,' Bones
banks of the storied MissisiPPI. fought: The Old' 'Phoenix 'never
, managed, to get the services of had a biggen,attraction. Cer",
tainly,:: a more bizarre one.' ',', .-...
Haack, a' job .: i, .- .- ''.'s ,.. '' ;: .7.
toenptniroetcwhoerrksg:.0j3nuevman ran the
printer, ,Wag promoter," match- The Home-Town idol '.-
maker, refere and bouncer.' In' Handy's autobiograph, ed-
., And .because Haack busied ited by',Arna Bontemps, this ,Is
, od fight night his own 'story -' of the blues
himself with ,aillhe many de- written: "Col. Joe Williams', has
frequent interludes- which he ties In with ',famous
how. the .W..7b. ilandY boxers', remembering now '' our
band became,a regular feature. band 'saved the blues- for Joe
tthallers;
The Music filled .the ; voids. Mandot's entrance. He writes
Thus, 7 of 7' necessity; the Old that the blues derived this title
Phoenix ,',. set ', a'' Precedent' ,, in because of ttie blue 'Uniforms,
sports entertainment...7,-. ,, '7,-,- -our Memphis band wOre '' ''' 1
7- We. were : doing ',: Amateur I-- Through Hock Bones was clear clearsports'
sports' clearsports' for the Memphis Com- ly Handy's, favorite, he shared
'mercial-AppeaL., a quasi-staffer' 'the local enthusiasm for 'Man..'
working at space rates,i and as dot, who had beaten ,. some
the sports editor. ',,, '. aporting name fighters and had cham chamediters'
editers' chamediters' they a were called- then, pionship promise. 'it May' have
and mostly 7 for good xeas,ons. ',, teen a personal., tribute that
was a kindly : soul, be., often his band would reet Mandot's
allowed 'us k to, accomPany him appearances with the "Memphis
to the fights.' : 7'. '' . Blues." And again In InaY' have
And !so; We, toe, got ,to see been promotional, sagacity. The,
most of the great fighters of song had just '' come' out hi
the period, the 'lam Langford, sheet form. .7,7 -- .7 7 -
Johnny' Coulons,'.. Abe, rAttells, .7 We k' may, '13e '7 -betrayed ' by
Owen Morans, Joe Jeannette faulty' memory but we can't 're 'rePackey
Packey 'rePackey McFarlanda"'' Jack Dil7s call ever seeing Handy, and his
Ions, Jeff Clarks7 Battling Nel- fellow .'artists in, unifornt.,.,blue
son, Dixie Kids, Charley Whites' or' ,otherwist.t. 'But we do re reet
et reet al.. And,- of course, we got to member, hfirt''as always .rieetly
r, know V11;, C. Handy and his mu- dressed, always ; Warmly 'smil 'smilsie.'.'.,!..
sie.'.'.,!.. 'smilsie.'.'.,!.. even if we didn't know Mg,' always generous In encorea
what it meant in terms of .the ; .'-.verr,when traitorouS, young
future. -- ', '''. 7' dancers clamnred for "Alex-,
-7 We doubt' that -anyone teally ander's Ragtime, Band."' '
did at the. tittle, ', including -, ...-.,,,
Handy hinaself. There were sev- ,, : , ,
eral other, small bands around
our' town-. and : to unchooled POrtS BrielS '''':
, ears they, all. were alike, They : ., : : ,.. ::::;: ; :: ,, :, , ;
played","ragtime."7 And. one was --7 ----,7 !--. ---- -,,:,...:,;,,,
as popular as the other .. ,- ; -, :.,., n : :,.:,., .,:, , ,,, 1
, Once our basketball team ROBERTSON HEADS FOE eA :
' d d hired Han Hangave
gave Hangave a ance an CINCINNATI, Ohio 0.1F) -- Os Os,
, Os, dy's band,' comprised of five or ear Robertson of Cincinnati WaS
six musicians,- (Years later he acclaimed today as the outstand outstandreminded
reminded outstandreminded me. we paid him $22; ing basketball player to face
his memnry was' he had asked Xavier's National Invitation Tour Tour$25.)
$25.) Tour$25.) -We got HandY's standard nament ,' champions during the
blues repertoire, but the nUmr past season. The Xavier players
ber that brought repeated en- also chose Alex' Boo) Ellis -rd ,Ni.
cores that night was a new agara, Leo 03yrd 'of Marshall
one. ;-- Irving Berlin's 7 "Alex- (W. Va.) and Don Lane and
ander's Ragtime Band."' -7 ,- Frank Case, both of Dayton'.
.'' The Crump :Fiction R E D WI NGS SI GN TWO '7
, 'handy's- first published song DETROIT (UP)--,,, The Detroit
was the '14Memphis Blues." The Red Wings hockey '' team filed 1
Encyclopedia Britannica Credits away signed', 1958-59 contracts to toit
it toit with bringing this style- .of day from center Norm Ullman
music to' the world. ,,,,-.'"80 Pon- and forward Forbes Kenned y.
ular- did it' become .thit Crum') General Manager Jack 'A dams
was elected mayor,- Handy be- said he hoped to have all players
came, locally amous and the signed before training camp opens
terra bluea' appeared out, of ia the fan, : 7 : ', .n .,
nowhere." .'') , ',.. f ., -, .....6, 1. .,.,,
, The fictlen ;',that the song '', STILL HUNTS WIN 7
elected,. or etten contributed to MONTE 'CARLO, Monaco (UP)
the election', of Ed Crump, grew --Mimi Arnold of Redwoed City.
with 7 time,,: and ,. in ".. the' -end Calif.,- left loday for her next stop
probably even W. C. ''' himself on the 'European tennis circuit,
believed, lt 'to be so:: To give still looking for her first tourna tournacredence
credence tournacredence to this '13 to 7 ignore ment victory of the season. Mrs.
the realism (Cone ,of the most Suzy ; Kormoczy of Hungary beat
remarkabite politicians" the Zia- Miss 'Arnold Monday, 6-2, 6-3, in
tion----has,,,,known:,Before- the tha,linal.,oLtlia,,MonteCAS10,111-.
polls opened Crump could tell ternational tourpament.,-.-, -,-.....7,,...

,
UP FOR CRABS--narith -the great Eby Campanella out the Los Angele bodgers et present
, look to these men for their catching. They are, clockwise left to ,right, Mike Napoli, Herb
, Olsen, Johony Roseboro, Jim Koranda,.-Joe 1!ignatano at,id the established Rube Walker.

1
I ''', Crum Kist' of Fort 'day-ton
continued their drive for the meritan
meritan meritan Legion Junior Baseball
pennant by beating Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance of Cristobal, 5 to 1, at
the Balboa Stadium. ,- ;
. This makes the third min in
las many starts for the Soda men
;ad and increased tbeir hold on ist
!place by One full game. 0 1,

almoit7" to ', a- '', 'vote '' Whit the ..... '' t. ....., 7: ., ',
, , .
coun'J would. be:," .i:, ...- '; -,' '. Westinghouse, in second place,.
i Handy wits' admired. and re- : takes on Orange Kist, this- to..,,
sPected in Memphis as ho other day at the Stadium,. A,Win 'hi,
colored.' man before or Since, ; Westinghouse will tie. up-- the
but his music; stimulating and league whereas a win by Ora:nge
excitingly avant-garda, as ,- It ,, Kist -' will -,, give '. them a ; hom-
was, decided '110 elections,. least ''. minding litild im first .Place;- ,:--,
'of all t an 1, 'election ,,Jii,,,,-which - ., ''- q,',,- ,-.-,--
Daddy Crump, --with -- or -without '''',' Because of an 'ailing pitching
easy -riders; was, involved. t But staff, first -.string ,, catcher Joe
Hock Bones. -.-. well,' that.was taltaarcia was .callecihn- to ,perforrn
different mattea -: ,- -; .:'. .i..1 the "hiOund 2 sluties in,Saturday's
;'- ' -.- '. . ----' game, Garcli turned in an amazt-,
VVe never knew.- HOck Bones' ing performance, ,striking'. out
ral name., Ile was s,,, large 'col- eleven ,,while allowing live hits.
rid -, lighter, i thattt,,Hurricane The Orange Kist nine, opened
I
JaCkson" -of., hia,, clity,,- -complete, theiti attack in lthe -second in-'
with eccentric footsvork. When ning ; when Garda, leading off,
h0 Va8 111 acp0n,;', Vit.k C. and was hit .-b a pitched -ball..-Cun-,
ilae-, handsmen ,, played ,'. Conti- -ningham laid down, a, bunt sacrinually(-
The More- frenzied theY Ming Garcia ',,to second. ,Garcia
played,-, the more furious'z the rounded second and COntinued'
madly ,--,' inspired : Hock ,,,, Bones down, to third. ,Weigle,,",playing
fought: The ,0111- 'Phoenix 'hever first base.; thew,-rwide. of ....third
had a biggeriattraction.-- Cer-,. end Garcia wassale. Fields trip triptainly,,,
tainly,,, triptainly,,, a more bizarre' one: : .,' -led scoring 'Garcia and : on a
'-. 1 '' ''' ' ' ''' ,' ; .. :. 'close play et third Gibson;pitch--
.' The -Home-Town Idol -. '..':' ing for Panama Insurance, over-1
' In' Handy's -autoblograph,;ed- threw' the, bag allowing Fields, to
ited, by 1, Arne Bontemps, this Js score. Li :'. .- ; ; :-1
written:- "Col. Joe Williams., has ,,,- Ortiz 7 grounded tii 'short: on
his'. own": story ''- of the '' bities what appeared to, be it routine
which he ties in 'with 'famous play to,. first but ahortStore Stan-J
boxeks, riniembering :' how our ford made itsisPOPY ,throw "and
band 'saved the blues.' for hoe MHZ was ;safe. McCullough bit
Mandot's '- entrance. He ,.writes a fly to short left, ,Stanford run runthat
that runthat tile 'blues derived this title ning' back on ,,the ball burnped
because of ttie bluer 'Uniforms into' Marshall -,who. dropped the
our Memphis band wore,- ''''';.'-, ball.' ',' In, the meantime,' ,. Ctrtiz
i Through Hock Bones waS ciear-, tried to stretCh 'his luek',-- and'
ll Handy's:. favorite, he' shared: headed for third- but' was thrown.
'the local enthusiasm .for Man.' out by Stanford. McCullough ad-,
dot,' who -, had beaten, ,, some variced to second during t,he Pia,
name fighters and had chain- -at third.' ''' Livingston Singled
pionship promise. it him,' have sending- McCullough on in tO
Blues." And again in may" have
teen a per,sonal.,- tribute that 'seore the third --,ruri. .' ,i'..!.' ,'
his" band would reet Mandot's --'- '''' i 1 ''. '. '- ''''' ' '.''' ' ....'
appearances with the "Memphis In the'third, the KiStmen ychi ychibeen
been ychibeen promotional, Sagacity. The ed and Garcia singled advancing
song had just ,' come'-, out in Engleke to ,third. On a pick oft
,ed another, tally:. Engelke walk walksheet
sheet walksheet form. -. ., ---, -- lay- at, third CraWford catchlrtg
n
ut 0,
' e maIr- be'', betrayed.' bir for Partama 'Insurance made Iv
faulty memory but Ive can't 're.: bad throw and Engleke caine on
call' ever seeing- Handy, and his iri- for the fourth run.- .- -,,.. ,-.:,o".:
fellow 'artists in, 'uniform -, 1.11 e -. ,Orafige 'Kist got their final run
or' ,otherwist B t'
. ., u ,we dn rp.. n v
'- u I the se enth: Blevins hit a high
.

,----vioc mut ,ive ilo re-I
ing,' always generous in en nICY1110 4.1iii ..,...5.1.
member, lifin'',as always ,nea' fry to' thirdbaseman Hernandez
dressed 131 tlyi
cores in Ine sevenul.
--, --waYS warmly :will. who dropped the- ball Engleke
. ,,'.verr,when traitorous youn, ond. Gibson in trying to get
bunted sending Blevins to sec,-
dancers clamored tor am BleVItIS Calt at. third threw the
ander's Ragtime Band." ex- ban into center field and Blevins
' ' '-'' d final run
', -7"-------,----' ''T 1 score-the fifth an
, t -,...1- .. ,,. .. A barteM0 Tn..

ond.' Gibson in trying lo get
BleVItIS 01,1V at. third threw the
ban into center field and Blevins
score-the fifth and final, ruti..,
Me' G10111 scored Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance only' run.' In. the -.,fifth
with one out McGloin singled and
Stole second.' tiPtorre singled and
McGloin'. score&

ond. olbs11
. .vverr wnen traitorous, yo-un-; in trying -(41 el, ,. ', . : : 4
dancer I
3 c amored, -for ,,,iuex"' Elevins out 'at. third threw the NEW YORK' (tIP)-LGeorga Bid Bidander's
ander's Bidander's Ragtime Banci." -- ball into center field and Blevins dies, maeager of,, world feather feather,
, feather, ', --"7"--".----..--..--,' 'T score-the fifth and final, ru weight boxing--,champion Hogan
S '' ,, Mc Gloin scored Panama In- (Kid) Eassey, said 'Tuesday that
.rts -R
po . su y Tun. In the -fifth his. fighter, it ready. to bor P ht htranee
ranee htranee oni g
Ile S
., with one out McGloin singled and weight "ch'ampion Joe Brown, but
, ,' ,-, ., , -, ,., stole second.' Detorre singled and he admitted' such a litle fight had
'- -,--". .','"' '' --- -,,-.".- -, --' McGloin. score& ''.,,', :..-,.,:''.. ,,,,, not reached the stage of serious
' ; : ,... , .,,,', .., , ',, , -,,,- ,, ., negotiations; , ' ',
ROBERTSON HEADS FOES' The' boX 'score: '' Biddies and Bagey, who-sucCINCINNATI,
Ohio (UP) 0 .' '' ' '' --. ""-- cessfifily defended his title w 1 t h
ear Robertson of Cincinnati w 8-
as Orange Nisi.- AB ,,B, ,!11 a three-round knockout Of Ricardo
acclaimed today as the outst -clan
Muller,' 217 .. . ...,.'..;..-B 0 0 Moreno at Los Angeles April 1,
ing basketball player to BleVinS,; lb ... ; .4 1' I left by plane for London.
face
Xavier's National Invitation Tour- Engleke, cf, ....,. t..,--4 2 I If Joe (Brown is prepared to
!lament champions during the Garda, p ... .4 4 1 1 d e f e ri d'- 'his 1 lightweighk title
past season. The Xavier player. Ctmningharn, 3b ..,t., 4 0 0 against Hogan, ,Bassey, is ready
also chose Alex Boo) Ems of ,Ni: Fields, c 0,,,,;'..,.'.......,, 3 .1' 2 for it," Biddies said. "But, the
agara, Leo (Byrd of M a r s h a 1 I Ortiz, ss ...'. J ' 4 ',.0 2 only way that II svill let Hogan
Oir. Va.) and Don Lane and McCullough; If 4 0: 0 fight in the lightweight division is
Frank Case, both of Dayton'. Livingston. rf ;...,...4. 4..0 '. 1 to. box Brown." ,' ',
, , , .. '--------. Biddies said. he was conlident
RED WINGS SIGN TWO Totals .,.. .. 36 ,I1,, 8 that Massey could beat Brown and
DETROIT (UP),-, ''J The Detroit Panama Insurance-v, ., that if the 'arrangements could be
Red Wings hockey ,' team filed Detorre, 2b k,...,,,. .. ,.4 I, 0' 1 completed, Los Angeles would be
away signed, 1958-59 contracts' to- McGraw, Cf i, ... -. 4 ,O, 0 the best site- from a financial
day from center Norm Ullman Weigle. lb ...,..,'..1.fr 4 0 1 standpoint. ..., :' '''' .,' ,,
and forward Forbes K e n n e d y. Hernandez, 3b .... ....,,,, 4 0 I "In view 'of' .liogan's, showing
General Manager Jack A d a m s Stanford, ss ....-;........., 4 0 ,, 1 against Moreno',"- the rnanager
said he hoped to have ail players Crawford, c. '.....,,...."4 '0', 0 said,' "BaSsey is' not. only the best
signed before training camp opens Marshall, If ...;..,;., 0 II featherweight in the svorld, but Is
ia the fall. ., McGloin,' rt '3 '1 1 enough of a boxer-puncher to beat
4---.--, .. ,, Gibson, p ,........', 3 0 0 Brown." ;,, , ,
, STILL HUNTS WIN : ' n ' -,-------; Whether or not -it is II r sow n
MONTE 'CARLO, Monaco :am) Totals .',....,,,,,;,..,..'.34 ,li 5 whom be Ineet3,:Eassey will de-Mimi
Arnold of Redwoed City. . fend his title "the moment a mon.:
Calif., left ,today for her next stop e, : - ey-spinner theYealiber of Moreno
on the European tennis circuit, LIONS SIGN ZATKOFF', appears on lite seene to enable us
still looking for her first tourna- . .., -, ,', to get ano,ber $70,000 paydaY,"
ment victory of the season. Mrs. -DE'rROIT' (UP) The Detroit Biddies said.:' ., ',, ,'. p
Suzy Kormoczy of Hungary beat Lions ,announced Monday that "Hogan is it' his best: at 124
Miss 'Arnold MondaY, 0-2, 6-3, in Roger ittkoff,, a tackle and line- pounds and if he fought 'Brown be
tha.,linal. oL.theJtIonte.3,4Si0J111, backer,, had signolc for the' 1958 would enter Abe' ring r at 424. or
ternational tourpament.,-,- -,-,.., .1slationat Football 'League season. 125,"-I3iddies -said...,.-4,-...;, -..p.,-..-

-

Venttrii Favorite To
VeLus Tourney D
Palmer's ,Illasters Vic

,
LOS ANGELES, (UP) Arnold
Palmer's victory in the Masters'
golf tournament failed to win him
the favorite's role in the $10,000
Tournament of Champions at Las
Vegas, Nev., sponsors of the char charity
ity charity event disclosed Tuesday.
Ken Venturi; young goliing sen sensation
sation sensation from San Francisco, w a s
still firmly entrenched at odds of
5-1, Wilbur Clark, chairman of the
sponsoring cOmmittee for the Las
Vegas tourney, disclosed at a
"tee-o,: 'luncheon for the affair,
which will be played April 24-27
over the Desert Inn course.
almer mai second choice In
Las Vegas wagering odds at 8-1
along ,with 'Billy Casper Jr. and
GeneLittler, winner of the -tourney,
the last,two years.
' Clark also disclosed, that. 'the
PGA, which has been receiving 10
pet scent of the, gross purse for
permitting 'the 4 tournament tO be
staged, had asked for an addition additional
al additional $3000 to told i tournament at
LafayetteLa for non -- invited
golfers; Clark said he bad Offered

, The box score:

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dangle,-as.
.Abernathy,
Perantie, 3b
Smith, e
Arnold, 2b
Bradshaw, ef
Riely,

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- PACIFIC LITTLE 4.11AGUE T Walker, rf-. ''- 6 6
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' Stoudner, ,P 2 1 1
Spur--Police,Elks iombina- Totals 21 24 3
tion defeated the Lincoln Life-Sey- ; s
mour-Gibraltar! team by a 2 to 0 s.. Seymour.-Gibraltar
score sin -the first game of the 12 s -,,. ;
year 'old play offs. The S.P.E. team '', .- Lincoln Lifil ,.,
wai favored' to win 'but had a Prank, xi .3 0 1 s
score when Perra limited them Duran, .2b , 44 3 0 0
to three bits and, two runs. But Moses,, 3b.. ,, cs ' 2 0 .0
for some loose fielding, the game Barrett, 3b' ;"- 1 0 6
could very well;ended in' a mire- Engelke cf , 2 0 0
less 'tie.. i, 2 IFrarnsworth, 0 1.
A' 1Nelson lb ' 2 0 1
The S.-Et.' runt Were scored On -r
Thomoson rf 2 0 0
two perfect, bunts and a Passed C rls '
ball. Stoudner opened the third in. cs
ning with a ,perfect bunt down the
first base line..Before the S.G.L.L. t It 2 01 -,
infield conid settle down, Gangie I s "4: 21 :, 0 S,N
also laid "down 4 perfect bunt a-
long the first base line. Perra in G N;CLUB ',':'
his anxiety to ) catch Gangle at , 4,
PeYrra 1 0' 0
first, overthrew the base, allowing, NOTES
Stoudner to;'scoreand, Gangle to t ,
go around to thied.-Gangle later ,s, e
scored 'on a passed ball.
tshuen drnaayj oart tshirpee dOrt otmh gtureolpah ;
- perra's t wildness; kept the S.G. CaPtain W' Jones. the Pact.' -,
LI. in hot water most of the tic side's fire chief, ran off with
time, but be always', managedwi
come, and of the tight spots'
sane fine pitching. Stoudner's con- Club shook In picking a clean
trot was good throughoutthe game 49x50 at sixteen-yards for ittl east.
and ',was never in trouble. P,E.S. firSt and a 40x50 inthe handicap:-
turned in solne fine suPport, es- series, Jones had MO trouble in
peciallys a double play from Pe- garnering the overall at 95x100.
retitle te Arnold to Riley. Cunningham, also a good
In a game featured by 7good Shot, broke 46x50 to tie for first
pitching the hitters had te take In the handicap, thereby taking'
a back -seat. LEX. bad three hits second honors in 'the overall, ''
and S.G.LI. bad Jive. Gangle There were eleven shooters ort
with two for 'three was the onlY the line during the triorning;
player to get more. then 'one hit. scores of the firsh fivo

..,;,iPolice-Elkly-Spur
, ,ABIlt 14,
1 ,2
by, 2 O 0
3b .2 ,0 -0
2. 0 '0
2b 1 '0 0'
- 3 0 0

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WOO and expected an stgreement
would be reached.
Tournament Director How
Capps announced that the tour a ament
ment ament would be preceded by a put,.
ting match featuring Bob H o p e,
Bing CrosbY, Frank Sinatra and.
Walter Winchell, with Phil Harris
as scorer. ,
The coMplete odds on the 22
golfers whcr qualified by winning
a major tournament during the
preceding 12 months, were dis'o
closed by' Clark who llsted ;then;
at follows:
George Baye: 15-1, 'Al Besselink
15-1, Tommy Solt 15-1, Walter
Burkemo '20-1, Billy ''Casper
8-1, Jimmy Demeret 12-1, Roberto
De Vincenzo 10-1, George Dicken-
son,15-1, Doug Ford 12-1, Paul
Harney 20-1; E. j. (Dutch) 1-larri'k'
son 20-1; Lionel Hebert 15-1, L'illy
Johnstone 20-1, Stan Leonard 15-1,r.
Gene Littler 8-19 Dick Mayer 10-1,
Billy MaXwell 12-1, -Porky Oliver
15-1, Arnold Palmer 8-1; Frank
Stranahan 15-1, Howie Johnson
20-1, and Gene Littler 8-1,

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Club shoot- In picking a clean
49x50 at sixteen-yards for ittl easy:
first and a 48x50 in..the handicap
series, Jones had MO' trouble in ;
garnering the overall 'at 95400.
Bin Cunningham, also a good
hot; broke 46x50 to tie for first
In the handicap, thereby taking'
second honors in 'the overall.
There were eleven shooters ori
the line': during the TAOrning:-
Score3 0f the first high five in
each group follow:-'
' 'lairds. Ban. Overall
W.' E. Jones 49x50 48x50 85x100
Let Logit- 45x50 38x50 830
ningham 43x50 48x50 89X100
Lee Carr 45x50 35x50 80x100
H. R.' Shack.'
lett 38x50 34x50 12x 50
The trophies were idonted by
the local chapter of the Amateur
Trap shooting Assocfation of
America, -' ,,f.
Several WoMen are noir attend...
ing the practice shoots and may
some 4day 'Make the new' folk
really knuckle down' to stay in
the business, PlahS are underway
to offer a trophy for ladie in
the fortbAnming State:..Shoott
next month:,
Another yegistered shoot !a
planned Jig next Sunday, April
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,' 36 5, 8 that Massey could beat Brown and 7 1;;;I 11;3 ", IL---1 C:3 E..3 Iri3
"ty Open. Snead
signed 1958-59 contraits to tohas
has tohas wnll ft III HanThdy': Cfirruinst ilpirbileisthind sOng DETROIT (UP) C) Pananla Inaurancevi : .;', that if the 'arrangements could be -t ,
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111 e times. ., ' i wa the "Memphis Blues" The it d w. -,-, ,J The Detroit t '2b 410 1 itd L Anel idb
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It with bringing this style of day from center Nor vu McGraw, Cf .... .....4 0 0 the best site' from a financial
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saide !lel .M0 ena for ....leave a m s S. anflril, c .,,....:::::::,
4 '0', 0 said, "Raney is' not.only the bgest is -44. .. 1 C ,.,1 ', :
h 11 P d b e all players urawInra
1 came locally famous and the signed before training camp opens iviarshall, If ...;..,.....44 0 1) featherweight in the world, but Is il ,,,, Jane Russtur in ., m
- term 4'hlues' appeared out of in the fait, , McGloin a '3 '1' 1 enough of a boxer-puncher to beat J .,, ' Id ' 4 4
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AAOTIFIER PART ; '' BANK NIGHT!. tbe election', of Ed Crump, grew --Mimi Arnold of Redwood City. fend his title "the moment a mon.: hd A OiretrCW! ,'. !li : ,,' il
,okysi, 1 Gold Prize $50001 with time and ',, in the end Calif., left ,today for her next stop l', -. ey-spinner the-Taliber of Moreno ,I4 n
with Robert Taylor SATELLITE IN OP THE I. , ,,, ,, ,,
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Also: With Kieron Moore "., ALICE believed, it to be so: To give still looking for her first tourna- .- , , to get anoilier $70,000 payday, 3
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, Also: e,,, al credence tO this '13 to ignore ment victory of the season. Mrs. -DEIROIT' (UP) The Detroit Biddies said., , ', ,", p , kirk DOUGLAS hi ' '
S H I ilt. A L II E ' ' xi' an, k' the realism of ,one of the most Suzy Kormoczy of Ilungary beat Lions announced Monday that "Hogan is it' his best: at 124 al' in I
RING OP FEAR BENGALS BRIGADE HIGH 'TREASON. remarkable pOliticians" the Ita- Miss Arnold Monday, 6-2, 6-3, in Roger' atitoff,, a tackle and line- pounds and if he fought 'Brown be J .0IPATH OF G 61
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next month:, ; '' ...,
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: Spu-r-Ttolice4Elks iombina-1 Totals ' .2 21 2 3

;. Soymour'-Gibraltar :
' 'Lincoln Lif0 -; ':
Prank,;- : .. : 3 0 P s
Dural '4 1,1-.1: 0 !' 0 ,:
Moses,, 313 : 2 : 0 0
Barrett, 3b' tr, 0
Engelke;:, ef ;.- 2 0 0. :
Frarnsworth; 2 0 1 ;...,,: :,:
Nelson,,:11: 1, A 2 0 ., ; ,,,
Thompaon, -:,if ,,::, !'.' ..,2 0, ,0 :: ,
arlsonl, :, ':';' 1 : 0', 0
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Perra, 2 0 01 :
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r'-!, ,'- 4 -:. each group fullow:',--,
::;''!.' :,,1:- ',. .",- ::': la tag. Han :

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, .,,: : brie local tinapuer ot toe Amateur ..
Da-se-y's' 66' V'.
R ATrma:ricaShooting, JAssocration nf,l,,,: ,
SeveraiWoinen are no atte'ndd,:'.::, ''.'.
: :, .... 1.--: .' ,, ing the practice shoots and MR ,.,
, y ,:, ,, ,,,, i, : some 4day Inake the new' folk. :.
' ' ilehge'
,, a
T really knuckle down to stay in '' :, 4
".,.: the business. PlahS are underway ' ., q
, '' .. '' to 'offer a trophy for- ladies in '. ', ..-'. 4
; .; ',.. '.. .. '. ,-, ; : t., '. :""-: ; the fortbAnmint ,, State phoot, (. :
, -' ', .. -.' :' '-r.. ',' ;-' next month:, :: ;; '.',:' :' , ..,-..' '-
' .f';',' Oe.:
all ;:,
rotin- :
Another 'registered shoot : la
. ''''; planned for text Sunday, April ',.: ...
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pait-s-easo- The Xavier pla ers
chose Alex Boo) Eirs ofYM
iNTO 35-.20 Masters champ Doug Ford of Ma- ;rarities repirtaire, bit the ,num, Also
1171.11pitniti au the cunningbamt 3b 4 0 0 against Hogan,' Bassey Is ready
ridmark in hopae, N.Y. i ,.. , it," Biddies said. "But, the
LIMIT". .1 s
' cores that night was a new
z ammin ammy Snead will ber that brought repeated en-,
0 agara, Leo (Byrd of M 1 Ortiz, ss ...'-.1f .:.:.., 44 1)0.- 02
arshali
caster ip ...
also be on hand- tor the tourna- one. . Irving Herlin's Alex- OV. Va.) and Don Lane McCullough; fingihYt winaYthtehalitghtwi ''' ewiigiht t IdietvisHiogains
PEZE" ander Ragtime ,Band." Frank Case, b th and Li ingston rf .4 ..4 0 1 to box Brown." ,r,
e Fight ,'
, ment frequently referred to in ... , ,, 0 0 ytori.
The CrumP:Fiction RED WINGS SIGN Two Totals '.',... 3-------6 5 8
Biddies said, he was conlident
the nest as the "Sant Snead '' ' ' ----
vs. BASILID r, i 1,
, Open. oneau Ras won it six ,wr ., ,., that Massey could beat Brown and
anetv'm firkt nilhilqhPd I Mitt INVrn ektrn VTV" fb...... Ihnogyrorrisa . Cis ft If f ha 'al.,. a n ivnglneFts4 notstiti IsAh

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Pitts,', (N) 021 010 00x 4 10 0
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Kline and Soiles. 4ser -,-: Sialer. .,t-'; i -' - 1 :,:; '.: --- '' ; .: : ,, : .,' : , t '- x.,-. ,
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,Milw. ,(N) r- 010 000 110-- 3 7 0 , '', , ; ,,-,. : ,.
Los Ang. (N): 000 000 200 2 -. 7 0 : 4", '-' "', V! t ':-:: ,t .. , ... , ,, : ,., ,,. .... .. ,,
1 Spahn, Rush, '(6), Johnson '7) MSw-,P-t-;.--
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and 'Rice,' Crandall, 8).:, Poch, -- '-o !.:::- :' i :',. !"'; :-',. i:: "' : i':C' -.; '':.' i .-' r '..' r , i '''' Orunge, Kist' of Y'ort 'Cfaiton
1 Lh SherrY ;(7)t Roebuck, 8 and I, .: : .."'::. '." :-:.;: :' -., ,- b -.:,.,,,,,.;......,...?: continued their drive for the ,A ,APignatanct,
Pignatanct, ,APignatanct, Winner ...- Joh son,' '. i ; ,.. ,: ,, ,- y , ,. :. ,,. :,,, meritan Legion Junior Baseball
toserRoebeuk.:, MrAaron. .s: ,...,v :,'4 : 1, ;4, : t : : ',., '. :,, ,: .4,', pennant. by beating PanamtIn PanamtIn-
- PanamtIn- -, , ---- .1: : i '' .:- ' -1, : surance of Cristobal, 5 to 1,- at
,
; At Oklahoma City,, Okla. , 1 .,,,,.''''' 0E4'.W ILLIA the Balboa Stadium. ,: .; :,',
, This .trtakes the third min. in
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Chan ( A 1 -, 000 000 000- 0 5 31 ,, '",-, ;. :4 -' t'''' '.. l' , .-tt :', : ; ,, -. ..f i as many starts for the Soda men

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, the 1958 season 'without NEW YORK,' April 9 (LIP)-... .-. i ,
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Palmer s Pilasters Tletory
,, Panamanian lackey Manuel Ica- ::
ngton and Duke Snider. ., .
a again ran int tough luck ,
,
s r ay en wen the
Saeli(ns st 'lei ndi't h)tteoh
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at Corpui Christi, in'which thg D3- Y
Ebony Pearl only i.e. have his
. diens rolled to an 11-7 victory ov- $12,000 Johnstown, Pus s aboard ; .,
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LOS ANGELE
, er the Giants, but will be back in
center field for the season opener. mount set back to second 's for 1
al T:o:us r
, In other Tuesday exhibitions, bearing et Nisht Amocil, t the t,!
gtPho I fael n ift ail rvu'rosnr iat evmi ,csetnt()riltoil s
s,
' the Phillies edged the Yankees, 3- the Jamaica racetrack. , k
s 2; the White Sox turned back the Recently Yeas& was involved r,
Cardinals, 5-4; thit Senators rolled in a nation wide controversy Tournament of Champions at Las ment would be preceded by a ut
to a 10-3 victory over the Sedlegs, when he wen the $100,000 Fla- -1.
. Vegas, Nev., sponsors of the char- ting match featuring Bob H oPp e
. 1
and the Cubs downed the Orioles, ming Stakes by a neck .- ever ity event disclosed Tuesday. Bing Crosby, Frank sinatra anc
,
;6-5, on Dale Long's lOth inning Tim Tam but was moved back Ken Venturi; young goliing sen- Walter Winchell, with Phil Harril
Iclutch single. - i to seconds-tor bearing ouL Tim ' I I sation from San Francisco, w a a as scorer. ,
The Phillies scored their win- Tam, ridden by- gill : Hartack 's i
, a ,
still firmly entrenched at odds of The complete odds on the '21
,
ning run off route-going -Whitey
Ford in the eighth innmg' on' a
I visa warded the victory in the
Hialeah Park tack i r- s ', .. 1 0,- '"N 4-
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walk Willie Jones' single and Har- , ,,,,, '..,':-i i k.., Vegas tourney. disclosed ,, at a I tireeedina 17 IlInnth .,,... ,g,.

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V The' Fort Clayton Cavaliers haid
ed the Panama Area Araped Fore Fore)
) Fore) es League 'baseball championstuo
te the Fort Kobbe Regulars on a
platter Monday night by
coming from behind In the ,10th
Inning to down the Albrook 'AFT
Flyers 6-5.
Albrook drevt first 'blood the
game with two tallies on three htts
- in the fiftb
, Four consecutive, ngles, by
Ram Ramczyk, -Darnell Sanford,
Cy Brady and Lee Schmitt produc produc'.
'. produc'. id tWo Cavalier rtms in the
enth inning'. to tie the acore.''
Each teat tallied one run
the eighth stanza and failed to
, score in the ninth to send the game
into extra innings, 4:
- In the tOP Of the 1(191nning a
walk and singlet bi Boo 'Langer,
Frank Lucovich and Merle Foster
produced two big Albroolvtallies
, to give them a 5-3 lead.
, Manning: Weaver led off tke
, Valle! bait of the 10,th with si
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1 HOOPEE-It lookilike the team could use this cheerleader.
I on the coulA instead of the sideline as she bounced aloft a la
Wilt the Stilt Chamberlain. The teenager is jumping for joy
' after Bulkeley High' of Hartford, Corm., squeaked to victory.

After Alt Sauerbrunstruck-out,
Billy Reavis and Ray Ramczyt
blasted back to back doubles to tie
the score. Sanford ,then popped out
to, short and Brady drew an inten intentional
tional intentional pass. Schmitt then respond responded
ed responded with' s' Texas League single to
right-centerfield bringing Ramczyk
in with the winning tally.
Reavis and Ramczyk had three
hi'Ls &Piece and !Brady and Schmitt
collected, Awo ,each to... pace the
Cavaliers. , ",
Langer paced the, batsmen
with four ,base hits.. ick Green Greenfield
field Greenfield lidded. two :4(afcties,,,tct "t 11,e
'Ouse, 7t
, Little Joe :dliard...,-Luck',1, Schu Schufrit&
frit& Schufrit& had a change of luck this
time 'as ,hurled Ihei, full 10 in innings
nings innings and picked up 14 third win
of the season. Nethascla 1-11' mark.
Dick 'Greenfield pitched.the first
6 1-3 innings anti Bob Hansen hur hurled
led hurled the final 3 1-3 for Albrook Han Han,sen
,sen Han,sen was charged witk,the loss,
his' fifth. hi 13 decisions. n ;,
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a criminal offense,- fined as much Li ,.. ...., ,-,.. , ,,
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, in jail. ,.. ,, i 1
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Actually,, boating enthusiasts -; '' .,- ,'' ,, ',.- ,,,. ,
, "r's ity. JERRY SENNETT t ther of boating aCcidents will keep
"- ---'' , ' going up. Latest estimates' show
' WASHINGTON' INEA)-- "Pull, that about 1,200 people are killed
' over to the side' Of the lake,' bud-'etich year in boating. mishalis with
I,
,, dy.,,,. s ; '..1, '',,,,,, ,,, s;-,-; ', al:I-lost'', hilt of these death occur occur'
' occur' That's' the sontinand you may ring during spring- and, simmer
. '- soon have to,obey il you're ,a reek- montbs.,,- , ,, ,' ., ,.. ,,
PI ., less motorboat driver. For a apt- ,T -' ' -, '-, ,
, cial bill, designed to bring, traffic .' Thatt '. Whit safety experts are
, safety tO the nation's waterWays, espedially enthusiastic about, a
is expected to ,go before Congress section -of the Bonner bill which
' some time this year.- .'-',,,--'' ': L requires motorboat drivers in inIf
If inIf it passes, you'll have tci start 'volved' in' an 'accident to stop and
operating, your outboard runabout give aid ,to all victims.. . .,
alniost as carefully as a high., --,- ,- ,,,,,,,,,,, , .,,,.. ,,
' powered auto- in order to say out- h When: death, 'Injury', or- prOpezdy
, of court. , ,-, ,..--,.., ,),,, damage totaling more than $100
' ' ,-- .' -I, .c... - ;results from an' accident, drivers
) : : The proposed, ',Federal, BeatinCwould have to file in accident re-'
0111, port with' the Coast, Guard or
., Act of, 195a would ltoPlY,,to
state pflicials: The
i, ,mechnically powered boats operat.
laW would also'
, ed on, interstate iwaterways and rhake' a driver give his name, ad ad.
. ad. on the high seas. It is largely the dress and the identification niim niim-
- niim- work -of Rep. Herbert se., Bonner ber of his boat, to injured 'victims
- (D-NC.), chairman, bf the House an.3
u, the owner, of any damaged
Merchant Marine and Fisheries property. . . '
, Committee,. , Ili i', ,' ,t : ' '. , , ': : -: Pi, 1:;
.
,
, ,, ,,,,,, .,,,,..,... ,, ,, ,,,,,... , Requiring owners to get identi identi'
' identi' The bill attempts ,to cut the ri
s- fication humbers for their boats
ing number of small boat sccid-lis' one of-the bill's important pro-'
tots- by encouraging ,, to,. work to-, visions. ,
gether in sotting', Up, and enforc- , .- 1... !. ,, ,t, ..,...,,.-, .,. ,-.. ,,
irte, uniform -safetv ,regidations. The bill -sets April 1, 19e0, a
, This means that it your stafe a- the deadline for, states to 'develop
greed to coonerate, with 'Uncle
't a federally approved tumbering
Sam, you euld be hauled-- into system. If your state's' system fail
- court by the- Coast Guardas well ed to meet US:government stand standas
as standas the local sheriff. for a safesboat- ards, you 'would have to obtain
. ing violation. ' .,,',' 'your boat numbers directly from
, Once you were ',brought ;before the Coast Guard ' '' '
' a judge, yot, coull be charged a , ,. ...
. maximum fine of $100 for coin- R ..., ,,,,,, , ,
1 ., milting a missdereanor. ,In fatal
, cases you might be charged with h 10 as'
alo uo Easily,
, es $2.000 and. sentenced to ayear icks Ramon Fuentes
1 -19 liavetheen subject to the criminal ',,NEW ORLEANS' (U)--r, 'Ralph
' penalty for various typea of boRt- Dupas,' 'ranking lightweight con con;
; con; ing recklessmess since 1940. But tender. aiming for a title bout with
- courts have been reluctant to en enforce
force enforce a stiff. smtence for offenses
' that are often comparativelY PI" his way
lightweight champion Joe 'Brown
. in BoustonLTex.,,May 7,, Slammed
to a-unanimous decision
tor.-,, .. , , Monday night overltamon Poen Poen.,
., Poen., i , ------ ,.. tes of Los Angeles in a scheduled
So, law offielais have been with without
out without an effective means of enforc enforcing
ing enforcing safety on interstate waterways
i at a time when boating 10-round bout'''. ''' '
-
The two judges arid the referee
1. called' it a lopsided fight, giving
was bans",- Dupes nine, ,, ht d
eig an seven
' rooming into', one of the nation s
. rounds.
, most nooular pastimes. , ,,,,, ,,-.. .. ,,,---- ,
'4 In -1947 en estimated two and '' ,. - ', ' ',,
'' a half million laleasure boats were
' innoneration. Within six years, the
number bad more- than ;41oubled.
Latest statistics ;show that in Dupes shook :Fuentes repeatedly
with a-sharp right cross. His best
rounds 'were the fourth. and fifth,
when he-scored heavily with both
' .1t56 about six million recreational hands." ", -','', ' '"
I
. boats were running on U.S. water- Fuentes, a welter. came out
.;' ways. Manufacturers and safety strong in ,the -first -rounds. and
i officials say the' ,number is ,still 0pened a cut over Donee left tye
.

milting a misdereanor. ,In fatal Ra Id Dub'a's Easily
, cases you might be chPrged with
a criminal offense,- fined as much , ,' ,
$2 000 and a ntenced o a ear
, in jail. i , 1
SS P Y Licks Ramon Fuentes
Actually, boating enthusiasts -; - ,' ,
bavetheen Subject to the criminal -,NEW. ORLEANS (ill--; Ralph
pupas,' 'ranking lightweight con con'
' con' penalty for various types of bont bonting
ing bonting recklessmess since 1940. But tender. aiming for a title bout with
lightweight champion Joe Brown
courts have been reluctant to en enBouston,
Bouston, enBouston, Tex. May 7 Slammed
force a stiff. smtence for offenses in
that are, often comparatively mi- his wa to- -
to : ., .,, .. ,, , Y a-unanimous decision
r , , , monday titght over',Ramon Filen Filen.
. Filen. ---,- tes of Los Angeles in a scheduled
So law offielais have been with- to
, r doun bout..1. e t
out an effective means of enfore- Th Thing
ing Thing safety on interstate waterways e two judges arid the referee
called' it a lopsided fight, giving
. at a time when boating was blush- Dupes nine, eight and seven
rooming into, one of the nation's
. rounds. ,,: ,,., , ,,,,,--- ;
roost nopular pastimes.
In 1947 en estimated two and ' :"'
Dupas snook Fuentes repeatedly
half million 'oleasure boats were
the with iL,sharp right cross. His best
innoneration. Within six years,
rounds 'were the fourth. and fifth,
number had More- than ,doubled.
Latest statistics ;show that in when ho,scored heavily with both
1956 about six million recreational hands.' ' ', ','', '"
. boats were running on U.S. water- Fuentes, a welter,. game out
ways. Manufacturers and safety strong in ,the first rounds. and
officials say the' ,number is ,still opened a cut over Dimas left tye
increasing. , .., in the second. The blood' seemed
' They're afraid however, that,to bother Dunes until his seconds
- Without effective laws, theoenum-Istopped the flow 'alter the round.

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SAN 'FRANCISCO, April 9 (UP)
Confident Eddie Machen, who
has won all pf his 24 professional
fights,- nieets dignified Zora, 'Pol 'Polley
ley 'Polley tonight in a 12-round heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight bout which is supposed to
decide Floyd Patterson's next
challenger, ,..-, .'
. The fight will be 'nationally
televised 10 p.m, (ES,T.) ABC
with a, 300-mile blackout around
this aim. ', -
Machen and Folley are ranked
one-two by -the NBA and Ring
Magazine in the list of challen challengers.
gers. challengers. The undefeated sharpshoot sharpshooter
er sharpshooter from Redding, Calif. has been
posted a 12-5 favorite over Fol Folley
ley Folley who was born in 'Texasl but
now fights out of Chandler. Ariz.
Both CLIMPS have predicted.ric predicted.rictories
tories predicted.rictories by decision '. '-
"I look for Eddie to win' hand handily,"
ily," handily," Manager Bid Flaherty Said
Tuesday. "lia'a in top shape and
will go in at one of hls heaviest
weights-about 196 pounds."; ,'
Manager Picks Folley
EMI 'Swift, ,the meat packing
scion who manages !Polley, con conservatively
servatively conservatively foresees his man get getting
ting getting the verdict '' '
zora is in the 'best shape of
his life mentally and' physically,"
Swift said. "We have had him
boxing at 7 p.m. recently so he
will be used to the early starting
hour here' '' '. ' '
, Each boxer will have a con congressman
gressman congressman in his corner, figura figuratively
tively figuratively speaking-. Rep. Clair Engle
(13-Calif.. a n d Rep: Stewart
Udall (D-Ariz.) blasted Manager
Custer D'Amato last week on
grounds he was shielding h 1 s
world championfirom their con constttuents.
stttuents. constttuents. , ',,, ,- 4,"
'D'Amato, who s embroiled in
feud with the IBC, has declar declared
ed declared he will tot let Patterson fight
any body,Connected with the organization.-,
Machen long '''has
been one of the IBC's top ban,-
anas and the fight will be beam beamed
ed beamed as one of its Wednesday night
fixtures. . , , ,,,
Consider Federal Commission'
,- Both legislatorssaid they would
seek to have 'a federal ,,boxing
'commission' set ,up-,if Patterson
refuses to meet the winner,
Machen stopiied-Tommy Bur Burricata
ricata Burricata Jack limy in 10 'rounds of a
scheduled ,12-rounder here last
Nov. 13 in his most recent effort.
trolley has,a record ,of 39 wins,
two defeatteand atdraw. Be has
won his Well lights, including
two decisions over-Wayne Bethea
and' another oVer Nino Valdes.
, Folley and Machen had been
scheduled to fight on -March 19
but the boUt was postponed when
the' Californian came Up with
an injured' MUSCIO' in his left
shoulder. Swift maintained this
was a stall to throw Polley out
of stride. ,' ',
, Matchmaker Bennie Ford.. is
I
looking tor a gate "in excess of
S50,000:',,, el the Cuw Palace.

1 NEW YORK (UP) --The Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Royals will stay in Cin,
cinnati,'"but now another fran franchise
chise franchise In the National: Basketbeil
Association ,the Minneapolis
'Dicers-, Is- un In the air.
, That WO the NBA. situation
tOdav following a' marathon
meeting of the Inoue's, Board of
Governors here:: The meetine,
which started at 8 P.M, EA.?.
Monday night and went. on Into
the early hours today.;, produced
thesli developments: -
- 1, The governors aoproved the
Sale of the Royals' franchise, to
a grouti headed by 'Tom Orsee,i
executive vice-president of: the
Cincinnati Garden: which.. in intonds
tonds intonds to keep the team in that
,, 2. The bosrd rejected efforts
bY NOrMart Shailo.ro of Rocheste,
N.Y.. to purchase the ROYS1S and
move' them bnett to t,hat city.
' After settline tbe ROvals'
fate. the boil rd met P sin to
cuss" the Minneanolis situation
amid reoorts that box office fail failure
ure failure hsd doomed the future of
the !Akers in that city. A grouP
headed by tomer St. Louis Car Cardinals'
dinals' Cardinals' shortstop and manager
Marty Marion is reported inter interested
ested interested In buying the 'Akers and
moving them to cleveland.,

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BSTON, April 0 (11D) Logs
of rebounding star Bill Russell
offset a home-court edge held
by the Boston Celtics going into
a fifth and crucial game against
the St. Louts Hawks for the Na National
tional National Basketball chempionshIP
here Wednesday night.
Celtics coach Red Auerbach
adMitted Monday that Russell
was "through for the season.
He sold the 6-10 star had a small
chip fracture in his leg and also
torn ankle tendons.
Russell suffered the Injuries
Wednesday night In St. Louis.
He satout Saturday night's game
when 'the Celtics evened, the
best;of-seven series with a109-98
victor:7 at St. Louls.,-,4,14,m;--

- SOFTBALL. CHAMPIONS. Colonel Robert W. Garrett, tenter, commanding officer, fst Baf Baffle
fle Baffle Group, 20th Infantry, of Fort Kobbe, presents the first place post softball trophy to First
Lieutenant Frederick P. Simon and Sergeant First, Class. Robert E.. Richards, representing the
winning team 'TOM B Company. Standing to the right are; left to right, ,Master Sergeant Joseph
re. Chambers and First Lieutenant Robert T. Zar gan 'Who accepted the runner up trophy for
Headquarters and Headquarters Company.. Both teamS will represent the lst tattle Group,. 20th
InfaMry, in the PAAF playoffs at Fort Gulick' Apr1110-19. (111, Army Photo): s

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,.... 'back attempt., With' the 'present
, , , - percentage of good jockeys ,plenty
Several horses were retired frothcoas and Mirna and the 'timported, low, they may'be able'to do allnost
f
ective competition overthe week- two-year-olds Ramo and' Mi Cpu- as: well sig the otherjgckeys with
end., The native mares Voyita and tiva have' been entered this week the txception of leading riderBae riderBaeStelita
Stelita riderBaeStelita will be sent t the Maras and will i most' Dimly) make ',their za and red-hot Gustines.s ,-'
Sa,n Jose, in Chiriqui for-breeding .s, ,- :, ,,. , -s,-- , ,, -.) , .. : ,,
purposes. -,,, ---
, The Stud Valentin's once classy ,.', .:. '.' ,' ::' ', l '",',:; : ,,,'., -, ,' .' v., .. ,, ::
PolemotyItS turned over,. to 'ire- .',
terah ewner-trainer Gerald Silver. ,';; ,. 2 ., :
for breeding purposes on a ttmpo- , '." .,. .; .,,,. , ., N. .,.:,1 ., r r. .4 P 1
rary, basis. Polemon will, be stab , ,, .1 !..,, ,,, : t , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,.,
led at the Silvera ranth home near '.!- ..- '--
the President Remon recetrack.,;), ,", '.. '''r '' : -4,1 .-!' 1 -, , ,
' ,The Stud Roby's Soft Note was ,, -'
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giVn tO .'"Fulo"' icernandit,, The -.',,, -... 1 , f. I ':: , ,,.,' : ,-, .., .. ,- V 2::
latter may do. as be pleases 'with ,.. 1 :.-11::'.., '';- .,. .1, 0 ,,,i,-, I ., :.:. ,. ,.., ..., t, ,
the animal. , .. ; ,' ; .,, i ,A; i ;,e 1 -;,3,,v1; T,':''... 'V. i', ,, f, A ,,,....'.
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Vallarin0 has thosonCol..Euga4 ,l,,,f? '1"' ....:' ''.. 4. g ? ''''' ,,, .- 1 !" 9 r , ,!.
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trophy prosoittatiad totho owner "-.: : , i -, '.' l':: '... ' 11".
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of the Wilininf throughbred 1st' ; 1 ,:,..- ,, b : .::
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1 ;Imported horses- Llostigador, Jo Joselito
selito Joselito 'and Aguador and native
throughbreds Romaticero, Mr: Jack
, Sandokan and Monaco are the win winningest
ningest winningest racer at the, President Re.
mon tVack with five victories, each
thus far this year- Quickie leads
the mares with four triumphs.
'1
Braulto Baeza continueitto lead
, the 'jockey contest by it comfort comfortable
able comfortable margin despite 'the sensation sensational
al sensational riding of arch-riiar HeliOdoro
(Papitol Gustines. Baeza won four
races over the weekend to inCrease'
his total victories to 5f1 for the first
semester while Oustines copped
tux to widen lila second's:dace mar margin.
gin. margin. Gustines row has 38 wins.
, Ruben (Caliche) Vasquez, who Is
exnetted to snop mit of hio present
slumn sotm, is third with 26 tri triumphc,
umphc, triumphc,
Entries fdr two forthcoming elas:-
sics will be closed, next, Monday,
Anril 14. They are the "Clasico
Dia del Trabajo" ,anternitidnal
Labor Pav Classic) itnd the Pres President
ident President of the Republic Classiei
The, 'Labor Pay Massie! will
be run on MaY 1,while the Presi Preside0'a
de0'a Preside0'a Classiewill talte Place MAY
4. The Labor Day Classic Is ex-'
elusively for three-yeAr-olds. The
weights wilLbe assigned as for forlow':
low': forlow': i South American throliclt throliclt"brefis
"brefis throliclt"brefis US rounds, northern hemie hemiephere
phere hemiephere products 114 and natives intl.
For, the President's (lassie.
South American two-year-olfis
tote 100 rounds, three-yeer-olds via
four-vear-olds and over 10.2. North Northern
ern Northern hendsoherp,throuvhbreds v111
be assigneA 9R, nonnds for "tivAYeAr-olds,
110 for three-year-olds
and 11.0 for four-year-olds and ov over.
er. over. Native two-year-olds tan ffet
in with 94 nounds. three-year-Atfix
104 and foUr-year-olds and older
114.'
' Tile Initial oft.), fee PavitiOnt
is S90 for tho Labor nov
and S1SO for tho President's Clas Classic.
sic. Classic. Tho Labor Day Clotolc will
be ever ens mile while the Pregu
ident's Classic distance will be
one mite and five-eighths
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The throughbred natives Moen

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George Nape leen (Nap) Rucker
Nip Rucker, a great left-handed
nitcher for the Dodger from 1907-
1916, eetind Am exactly even at
134 victories- and 134 d e f e'a t s
though the Podgers of that era
weren't exaetly world-b eater s.
iNsp's big year was 22-18 in 191t
1when the Brooks finished a sad
seventh but all told he won in
double figures seven straight
years despite the sometimes truly
daffy support he got. k
Whatever happened to Nap
Rucker? row 63, Nap is water
commissioner at Roswell, Ga.,. up upthe
the upthe road .a. piece from. Atlanta
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IMRAPREL'S furelabel hem"
' beach. l!heito Thompson,
Balboa 1772. N. ''" 4
Salwia's furnished apartments
at Saida Clara Beach. To leakage,
- Balboa 3681. r
' FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. Ono mil, put the
Casino. Phone la 11)081866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages 1
: Santa Clara R. do P. Pitons
mama I-177 Cristobal 1-1673.'
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i,, bedrooms, 'Willi lining A room,
maid's room, porch and garage.
COM? Pun Cincoontonatio A
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FOR RENT 2 bedroom house
, furnished, inclusive neighbor. ','
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, occupancy, Amorrians, Panama
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,".. ; NEW YORK, -April 9 ,'11:1P).;
' : Whitey Bimstein, considered one
of boxing's 'best "swab jockeys,"
' deserves some credit for Tony
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, DiBiase's ,, latest.: victory : over
. peter Schmidt. ',..,,,-,;;' -,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,- ,,,,-,
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.. alongside, his right eye in :- the
, third round., of ',his '', return ; TV
,- scrap with fellovi NeW York wait wait.
. wait. erweight Schmidt Monday- night
.- at St, Nicholas Arena. ,i,,'
- However, Bimstein 'dld an ex ex,
, ex, tenet job. of patching up the
. wound between, rounds, permit permit:
: permit: ting DiBlase .to blast -his way to
',' his second straight split 3.0-round
, decision oter Schmidt; .. '' 4,'' 'y
'., ,, The decision 'wu close but site)1
,, received. Judge Tony ,Castellani
: 'favored DiBiase ,-; on A rounds
' basisi7S-4,- whilel, Judge Bert
' Grant agreed, .5-4-1.', Referee'
-.: Borne Felix voted-for Schmidt.,
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MOBCOW,-April.g (TIP)0-1Y
Sterling,Co4, Director-General
of the-, International Atomic
Energy Agency;k, arrived :here
3resterday- to-Inspect Russia's
. advancegr.in peaceful Uses of
atomie energy.
tomer New :York' Con'-"gressman
told newsmen, "I tie.
r lieve that the 'Soviet 'Union is
911,important contribu contribug;o
g;o contribug;o in the :t Matter of'. aiding
: other countries in the peaceful
uses of atomic energy,
haa accumulated a
o experience 'in use of
itomic energy for peace aud in
the.training of specialities," he
gulick,ded' ., z.'
b1" 0
,tf,. e also expressed his 'grati 'gratilaVe
laVe 'gratilaVe ',for the 9pportunity to
.Alsit Russia. : !'
tlig,He was accompanied Sy Pa Pav.
v. Pav. Governor'..of the
ency's Board of Governors,
;1',:p.nd'' Deputy Director. -General
Paul Wallis.'
',:!(,plcago Elections.
,t.tired By Slaying
Jo" tHICAGO (1.113)A plainclothes
Illetective, "hot and, killed a man
ot,who threatened Chicsgo voters
Avid) s gun yesterday'in
"first In the nation" primary elev.'

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Over,,,,Schmidt
NEW YORK, 9 ATP)--
; Whitey Bimstein, considered one
of boxing's 'best "swab jockeys,"

itlt,-;;The victim was Nathaniel Haus Hausdp;iy
dp;iy Hausdp;iy 29,, a NegrO car washer who
brandished a gun wrapped in
rewspapers at election workers
'"-anli' Voters; Shouting '"Don't vote,
they'll put you in the soup lines."
, Detective Cprtis Bell chased
Hausiley to, his home, ,,They scuf scuffled'
fled' scuffled' wilt guns in land and. Haus Hausley
ley Hausley died with a bullet in his side.
, It was Chicago first election
day murder since 1928,' "'hen a
aquad of police weal charged with
killing eleition .v, orker Octavi Octavius
us Octavius Granaday in the "bloody 20th"
,, Ward. I .
' Earlier in Chicago's roaring
20'80 a Chicago'. polite lieutenant
shot and killed Anthony Capone,
brother of notorious gangster M
Capone, on election day.',Thil, po policeman
liceman policeman laid Capone vas running
1 from a 'suburban Cicero polling
, plate with a ballot box ,. in Ars I
arms.' -. : .. ., '- i 1
Today's election wai the 0111-1
I, tion's first primary of 4958. But I
tion's first primary' of 1958; But I
it put no national issiies op the
line and voting was light, 'despitl
1 perfect weather. About 1,500,000 oi oithe
the oithe state's 5, million registered
voters were expected to cast hal hal,
, hal, ,Only three' incumbent congrets congrets,
, congrets, I on, all veteran, downstate Re Re:
: Re: publicans:" faced 'primarroppost-'
: lAon in tho state's 25 congression congressional
al congressional districts. J.,' i ,,

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TELEPHCE 2-C743

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partments
ATTINTION. Jut ball
oedema 'gnashed soartments,
2 baireass. bet.. gold wags
Phase Pawns 1-4941.
: FOR RENT -- Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apart,
, apart, anent, all conveniences. 4tIt et
July Ave:Phone 2-2011, 2-
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FOR RENT Modern spacious
furnisbod Are bedroom apart-,
meet. Good residential area.
' Ave. Paid 37-20. -
FOR RENT. -- Furnished.' ono
- bodroom modern aPartment. All
conveniences. garago.1,168 TM
Solitario Forms. ,
FOR RENT Ona borlrooM
pormtom, with Stove, ,;rotrigora
' tor, hot water,' fir ednditionsi.
, Camp, Alegre,: Tol. 3-7192. 7,
hours 6, pm,, to )7 p.m.,
FOR RENT 0-- Furnisher! one
bedroom ailartment.,: Riviera
4 building. lust Arosemena Ave-,
No.' 10. Bella Vista. Phone 3-
41147. ,
, SS0.00, furnished '' apartment..
Comfortable. North -,,,American
neighbors, Army ,!, 'inspected. ''
: Phone 7-3143,- I-0471. ,
F011 RENT --- Furbished apartt ''
, ment, hying room. be( 'nom,
ceo
kitchen tit ath $65.00,, in-
Auire lani 4th July-Ave. near
,-, Swift or phOse, Hopkins,
Balboa 2 66. :
'United States Representa Representatives
tives Representatives Torbert H. MacDonald,
Democrat from Massachusetts,
and Thomas S. GOrdolni Pe1110-
crat froth Illinoiso, are 'I among
the ,passengera expected ,ta ars
rive in -CriatObal; itOrnorrow
from New ,,Yor aboard ,the
Panama liner Cristobal:, Both
are iaceoinpanied by their wives.
Rep, MacDonald, who le a
menther of the ,,Merchant
rin,e ; and Fisheries Committee
which ihandlea -legislation, per pertaining
taining pertaining to the Bahama Canal
visited4-the.Zanal, Zona ilast
year, He has t been a Ineznber
,congresa since, 1.954 and is
also a member of the House
Interstate and Foreign Com Commerce
merce Commerce Committee. -
, Rep. sOlordon,A, Win), also-. has
visitedthelstlIMUs. ,previouslY,
is. zhairman ot the, limse -.Foreign
'Muni Committee., ire '11EIS
been a .0. member, of Congress
since :942.
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Both, congressmen and their
wives bre booked to ,retarn to.
New York- on the same ship
which will sail from Cristobal
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Large Ilucleat Tesi
Reactorio Be Built
On Ili Carohna River
gariolii "'April -111P) 1
-- hatorw se'cond largest.
nitzlEar engineering test re
suer.: a ,,' 2D million-dollar ,' irt irteaJlation,'
eaJlation,' irteaJlation,' oe bullt, on', the
Pee ; Dee Rirtl, near
'-N.C.i Coy. Luther :, H.
Hodges announeed ,'ITuesda3r
The, facility. will 'be operated'
by Industrial Testing R,eactors
Inc4;,,- a new, ;,-Charlotte,,
ctincern,l- association with
North Carolina's-, veesea r'c h
triangle!, in the',Raleigh-Durham-Chapel
, Hill ,area, Hodges
announcetl".'The Pee Dee 'site is
'some 85 miles :from the
search:. triangle" but Hodges
said it was ,selected because of
the water, requirements:-
"SO
- It generat ,000
kilowattsl, second in, size prily
to the Akotnic''Energy commis commission's
sion's commission's test, reactor Arco,,
Iciaho.', 7 heij 't Genet:at' Electri:
Co., init cornpanion anonunce anonuncement,
ment, anonuncement, said the light-water
cooled and' moderate' unit
would utilize ; fully enriched
uranium, fuel..;, ,
The entire reactor and irra irradiation
diation irradiation facilities will be en.
closed In ,a steel cylinder S5
feet in diameter, and 100 feet
Hotel: 11011AIND. 110USI,
, I gains. from the' heart a
San ,J9si Costa CC
Completely modern conveniences in
Suttee end Bungalows, all with
private batit. Hot and ,cold water.
' Price: $8 and SS
with meals. i
' Cosmopolitan kitchen -;
; Horse riding.
For 'reservations O. ,'
Manager: Bill and Manor Jaspers

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Completely modern tonvenienees 11121113121"21211121111"MIMIII"Inal
Suites and lianas lows, all with a
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For iesirvatiOns F.- 0. April 11 to 19, 1958 , men Ore
""'"1"1""lior-4459 ridtoque, Treret,servke--
Meillt"elr:' Bill and Menet Jason' "ra' Tel. 2-1861

ISAVI 10011 AO ONR OF out erirrIl OR OUR OFFICFA At 13-37 -1r PyIrrr. FANA1411-',. 7 17117111A prroAnot !Dee' Ns. 13 AGENCIA1
INTLIINAL OF POSIMACIONFS-33 3 i'011" Plaza CASA 7AIDO-Cestrel Avt,. 41 LOURDES PHAS11 4CF 1.s es,Pvaluills FAR-AAUP WMBARDO-Ns
St7,41 mottRisoN-4th Ave & J St
FARMAt-IA LOA 144 Cessna A 1,FVE1S 10,1111-1,;-.4,e 'Melt Ns 41 1 A1114Atit LS1 ADOS UNIDoS-141 Central Aire
--we'll" 1701AEDOI D PAC-RANGE-4 .17o As is Orme Ave Ns 41 oto romy--.1,10Arer.,greg,s Ave awl 33 St FARMACIA
WAS-D7-11-11S-46 1tresi Sp 11, 1 41044(1s '114 711R110,-,-Psress LesTI SOAS1 FARMACIA "SAS"-Arts PAITIP NOVERADL1 !anis Seal&
the itelia Vial. Theatre (Mr, Cettrri A, .-- ffiS 14. 431 -
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'Automobiles
jolt SALI, 1956 Forst a,
; passenger Country Sedan. Ford Fordemetic
emetic Fordemetic powersteering, radio.
many extras. 11.000- miles. gal gal'
' gal' boa 2718. ,
FOR SALE 1954 Chevrolet
con)rartible. New top, 'radio,
heater, D.S.W., tires. Excellent
condition, 1941 Ford 4 door
550.00. Phonie Robb' 3196t -4'
: FOR SALE -- 1950 Lincoln 4
door Hsdramatic,
heater. Excellent condi tion.
$300.00. 'Albrop14 AFL, Phone.
'16-71112. A.'
, FOR SALE 1955 Dodgo
door sodas, 3 now tiros, only
" 19,000 miles, ported condition,
1$1$' or 11119 Cristobal,
C.I.
FOR' SALE 1950 -Chevrolet ,'
four door. radio,'automatic shift.
3-1741, house 8574 Coco
'' Bolo. Morgsrits, A.J;"
FOR SALE ,--- Ford, late .1955!
9 passenger VS. countri sedan. ,,,
- radio and ilock. standard shift.
6 ply W.S, tires. kw mileage',
1 Isthmus only. Perfect ,condition.
Call 2-2746. Can be financed.
z FOR SALE 1948 Chrysler
r' Sedan, $200.00. Call Fort CloY CloYton
ton CloYton 6141.'
FOR SA1.1 --19511 Chevrolet,;:'
' new, to Wm, 'while ON 1011144
if arriving 'hi Miami and de-,
parting from New ,York, with
buy option to responsihle Canal:
,Zons person only. Give details.
Box 480443 Miami, Florida.
FOP, SALE;4...' Mercedes Bens:-
195, low mileage: ,Blacit hard
' top: Excelled! condition,', duty.,
paid. Tel. Panama 3-3181.
FOR SALE 1948 Pontiac, ,,,
very good condition. Call Balboa
;675. :
FOR sm.! 1951 Chevrole't'
tWo door 'sedan In excellent con con$700.00.
$700.00. con$700.00. ( Call Panama
, t,
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet
station wagon 27,00 miles. 900d ,,,'
, condition. Fort Robb' 84-1126.4
FOR SALE Oppodunity
Used cars, liki mow, less than,'
half cost price, ,wil-roceive in olerI:.
change your car,2,
955-, Chevrolet Bel Air' 4
doors,' Radio,,Two tones, white
tires. Excellent mechanical con condition
dition condition
2). 1955 Oldsmobile HD., Top
Suit), "Br' whit tires,
story new., Radio. Excellent me.
fehanical condition:
3) '.'1953 Ford Custom, 4 doors,
gusrantoo mechanical 'iorktlition..
4) 1955 Plymouth-Belvidere, 4
e doom.- radio,' new upholstery
magnificent mechanical condi condi,
, condi, tion.
',:- 5), 1,957 Buick Special, 4 door
eqUipment ', complete, low run
' :
' 6r.1957 Hillman-Minx 4 doors
- like new, save money, visit us. A,
7)Autos Eisenman next to Coca
Cola ,Bottling Co. Till!. 2-4966,
Will pay spot cash for good
, tato model cars. Phone all day.
- Panama next to Coco Cola
Plant.
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, leading
''C E R S'
Internationat jewelry
: 155 Central. Ave. -,
LIFE INSUIIANCE
, ,
call
h JIM RIDGE'
,
, General Agent
t Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co.;
for .rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
April 11 to 19, 1958
Irldantine-'rravel,Servito
Tel. 2-1861

. -,, ,. , Fa. A. W.''',',...'.'..,,T, '''''.---------,--IP - one or seven cnticiren miazing tin -- e- .,,.., ,, .
,',Plant , Imemp oymen u u ,
, 9:30 a m. I -' the school bus disaster which tooK
, MacL an, ,, Free-Lance. Mur,der, --i....--- i',--8-ell'i'ar''0--p1713'y' ,--. ', . ,.
i , k of both 104
d i ht 'ride TracY' 200,000 in March, instead of in- Geographleally, Peru is a land
and' b 25 000 He also noted of contrasts., The coast sr t
, oun ains
Tog .. exti on
1
NENV r, (Amanita have been: 'working out theirt
' The manage s
boys Cony. Each is confiden
his team, Is 'the bettea of tne driver' last Feb.
' 28.
- Itis the lives of' 26 youngsters anti ,the
Sanner,Hall,, who as
leader of the searc the Mi n.st a- creasing y
webo.
Suspicious Circumstances,
een a
h b Rodell: Mrs. Daffodil. Taber, On
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h for tile -miss- ,,, ''' -eh' .1.- sy -fi
: ; ' '''' ' '''' n:' ''' two, but on thing can be as- ing bodies for '40 i dis, 'spotted ring on:
, Model V -' P sured,' there 4will be"; no did). the girl's body floating in a ) She
that the rise in the. num,ber e!f wooded -foothills,. and the low lowjobs
jobs lowjobs was "'almost entirely In agn- lands of the Upper Amazon plan
ge 1, culture.".4 -' 4 -. -7 are., the natural sub-divisions of
the s' I feth n- !Children "Had he' economic,decline even the lands, The' populatioo of, Pent
was one ti, ree
,
. ,, , ,, , mrments in 'his ga;ne. clump of Willows 200 yranl G bl begun to level off Meany said also represents cootraqts -- racial
'below of Mr: and Mrs. James R. o e, - ,
'' 'With, F L2 Lens The Heall.'h Buree i boys will the West, PrestonsbU sBridge of Emma ,Kv,. who were drowried "total employment should il a v e and cultural, a composne bleed of
f 1th .' h th school bils 'hit a truck risen by' a minimum o: .a half the Inca,' European, and...Asiatic.
, . , -f meet ,the",, team of Coco, Solo aWolit, three Miles rom. e atm- w en e
. nk te
. ,.. 'al ',1' Hospital team' also : at a date dest scene. -.--, -', ' ;", and, plunged over rq ba in, million as It did in pre-r,ecession The transformation of the land by; 4
, ,!; '',-.. 2 !,"."', ''" 7 ', 'i 4. to be announced -later.','-,,,,, Identification -.was, made by ,,, years.'.'7., ,' .,, - ..' --':- the eeaseless Jabor and ingeuity
,g, th,e4Big eandy ,River,y, .r : , ,. ,
of its people is a dranwic story,
. i- ', .....! i",- -, ; , - , 7',. .' ,,,,-,.. .. 0', .'. ... .' - '"' ' pt" li,, ,, o,.f 1 rr r 1- -: Chapters on the land, the -people,
i
' I ' 1 I : .,mommomumroi.arnm"""...."1".."..."...,0 tivener UT Jew elry the history and 'Ihe culture are
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ital. le..; '. . ,' ,. , ,., ,,,, ,... ,.. , , ... ..
, , , , , , , A 1 skillfully blended. Still others fro-
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vide pertinent information on gov'-
.1L 111-- , .' , , t oun n Old Can
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,, ernment, industry national econo-
Paulin ' N.' York t Celan ,, ,, , , , ,,t. ,, .r 1
1 1 C
IL 0,92,11.F(1 k r Sought'S Police --; my, and communications. ,,
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- i. -: ,. Other booklets,' smilar to Pgru,
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,,, 1 MONTREAL (UP) r011ee On the 20 American tte3uhFcs
... la
lr"..."''''"'"m"..."""'""'.."...."'"".."' '1 '', : ' 'i ' ''' ''''. 'oe 0 If k I r ii 0 ll a, .0' yesterday sought the owner of
W - 1 ,
, ,, '', .. , .t. 1 4 ,,,,,, Is 1 e k may be obtained for 11 is each I
, ce.,
. 1 "', ,- , , I I t w i ...-- a ol $100,000 worth of jewelr3t an, 11- from the Pan American Union, ,' 11
, I year-old boy ; found. buried la a
Washingtoo 6,, D.C.-7.4 ,, ,,,, ,.'','
rusted tennis ball container. -- . ,
, Norman Hawkins found the Jew-.
.
- - ,-, .. els when he was playing in Mae- F ' L M
uerza y ut: en
1 .. , . Donald, Palk, Part of the contain contain''.
''. contain''. ''' ''. ' a ''
er wps ,-protrudings,' from 4. the Chalk Up Recor
ground and when the youngster , ,
1, f i ,' '. ' ' ', 1 : ' -, 111) til i 1-1 11 IN e) 1 tl r
i' f k
0 investigated he found, a stnaller I D
,, ;', .. leading ' ',', ' .. : ,i,- -, ,,,.': ,, ', ,,,, -. For Sa e
0 .. riviing i
-can inside, filled with jewls, in
, eluding ,a Tair of earrings worth -,- ' s -r ,, -
I i, C A DI E R A S' 88,000, a diamond brooch, a' pearl, Statistics released by the train- I 4
,
necklace; a diamond watch, a trig' and safety, department of t,'
International jewelry . : ; ., , 1 I 1 ri 1
i i t 0 7 braclet, two' clips, Another watch Fuerza y Luz Indicate that the i I
and other small items. .; ,, -- 83 drivers of COMoanytruolis and ,f7 '' 1
1 1 ' 155 Central Ave. ' ,,
I . ', ', '. -The boy's father turned:the val- cars haie comniled Et 13 ontstand ontstand,
, ontstand, .,
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-, , uables over-to the police after de. ing "no occident? :record, over
, , .,,
- - - ------ termining their worth : through a the first three-months of-- 1
hie '
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; ''' r 1 i (. I ( i 6 Illt D jeweler. . .,.,,,,- Year.- , '',' l ,- -. , , '-,
' LIFE INSURANCE (
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r 't .......---....--t.,--- -
, i, mg These three months,. an
' ' ..', call ''' '
, i l P-.1111141,l 1 1,r, 1 totallrof 2'77,490 miles was cover cover'
' cover' .' -' i' jiM RIDGE' :' 4 -.
i 4 ed by' company drivers. ,a dis-
,
- General Agent' -,, ,----- ' r ' t I t 11 t i aro nd th
. ,,,, V I once eaua o r rai u e
' t Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.; ''''''.'Nt i I
i 41 1
' I ,, ;- world. Applying this figure to a
1 for rates and information i )
1 I D ) locar rumple, a total of 46Z ,,,
--- 1
, -, l! round trips from here to David,
.' Tel. Panama 2-0552 ..
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4,"......:-2(' ,-,(,, -4---1 I LuZ' safety record on our cities'
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The only ones irtt t t
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,, , , ,f imt; hours tor police- and)two weeks,' wc'xild also WI )
1 , N '' ,',- "-, ,, i, , Driving eight hours daily at an
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:. EXCURSIGN .,
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' April 11 to 19, 1958 i ,. ; , .,,, -,. , ,', :, ., , , men ate the burgibrs.
'''-'1"Idantine- Travel- servki- -4 ,, Nt. i one the same "accident free-
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.---- --- --.! ------ ------ ---. wasnington br, .U.T.;-.,
rusted tennis ball container. .
, Norman Hawkins found the Jew,
F ' L
uerza y u:t
50,000 ' t-',.,, ,, .. ',.' i' 4 ,, .,'.' '' :, ,- ' '. -. els when he was playing in Mac
,onIY 1 --: ..-, ,, :, ,, ', .. , , '. ''
1
Donald, Palk, Part of the contain. ,- ,
er wps -,protrudings,' from '-
nulls- , , , I .,- , : ,, -, ', ,,, l' 1 the Chalk Up Re(
.,
Arco, I f , , I, ' -, ii ' ' )1 Illtili Ifilik le) Itl r
0 ground and when the youngster ,
ectelz I ,., 1. ; , i' .t...., , , -- Investigated he found,- a stnaller For. I D
Unce- ,' leauing ,, ' ,, ..,.,,. ,, ,!. -can inside, filled with Jewels, in. So e rivl
eluding ,a )pair of earrings worth -.- i
water I ''C A DI E R A S'
$8,000, a diamond brooch, a' pearl Statistics released b
. unit 2,y,,, ,
iched '. necklace, a Aiamond watch, a Inn,' and safety, depar
Internationat jewelry . ,, ,
t i I kl I 10:1: braciet, two' clips, another watch Fuerza y Luz Indicate
' .' 1 : 155 Central AV& arid other smell items. .; , i, -- 83 drivers of compAny'l
Irra- I , ., -The boy's father turned'the val. cars haie comniled an
,
uables over-to the police after de. ing "no occident? ,re
i en.
- - -' ------. termining their worth :through a the first three-mont4,
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boa and Valuable pa-
, pors and pictures. Call Am&
dnr 4127., Reward.
WANTED --;-;,ThreO todroom
chatet and two bathreeme. -Call
phone 3-7'512::
WANTED Frequency coo cooverter
verter cooverter 25 I cycle 3 kw;
'110 or 220 yoki .aingle phase.
' Call Balboa 24335,, 1,
TORREJON BASE, Sabi
(UP A four-jet U.S.', Air Force
tanker plane streaked 10,233 miles
across two oceansand a conti continent
nent continent withodt stopping or refueling
yesterday in a record-setting dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of American air might.
The plane, swept-wing Boeing
KC135 Stratotanker, powered' by
four, Pratt and Whitney, J57 turbo turbojet
jet turbojet engines, flew from Tokyo to
Airy Force Base in the
Azores in 18 hours, 48 minutes.
4, It was farther than a jet ever
had flown non-stop without refuel refueling.
ing. refueling. Several speed, records were
set en route.
, It more ,than;'halvect, the 13-
year-old record of 31 houri 25
minutes for a flight Jietween To Tokyo
kyo Tokyo and Washington, Ai distance
of 6,769 miles. The KC135 did it
in 13 hours 47' minutes.
Mut the flight fell 1,200 miles
short of the goal,. the joint Span Spanish44Anferican
ish44Anferican Spanish44Anferican Torrejon Ait Base
near Madrid,' and, thus failed to
break the non-stop;t non-refueling
distance record sct e..by
Navy :propeller driven patrol
bomber 12, years ago.,
Air Force: authorities' were sit sitisfied
isfied sitisfied with the performance ,of
their flying tanker. They said art art'other
'other art'other try at the : Navy record
might be made this 'Weelt.;'z :
,The silver Stratotanker left Yo:
itoa Air Force Base :near, Tokyo
:37 ALM; Tokyo timet (3:37
p.m.' eta' Monday It landed. at
Lajes at 4:25 Madrid' time
S10:25 tut. e.s.t.).
An Air Force, spokesman' said
capricious jet stream winds failed
to give it the necessary -"power
push", tO carry' it, the entire 11,-
487 miles to ,Madrid.' :
,The average Ipeed, of the flight
was 550 miles aff hour, icrecord
for the distance:- 4'
' Until just two houri 'before the
plane landed, 4there -was hope it
10'.011!..,0.!it'Sit.,..,..F.1,0.'s..
i!toritlii.0';Sdf!!.j0.1(.(.':-:)
6..ri.j...$0't0.,(da,;:,;:M.:!:
"Club Health Blireau" will
duel with the., "Club Altamira"!
softball team at Santa Rita ball
park' 'Saturday, commencing at,
9:30 a m. , 1
',The nitnigerS Of both leinis
have been 'working out their
boys Cony.' rach is confident
his team, Is !the bettes of tne
two, but on thing can be as assured,;'
sured,;' assured,;' 'there", will be no dull
mrments in 'his 'game.
The Heatit, Burce a boys will
meet...the Ytean't of Coco Solo
Hospital team, also : at a date
to be announced later.- "''

Four-Jet USAF Tanicer Plane
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Makes Record-Brealcing Fil ht

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FOR SALE --- Modernistic cor
ner sofa, 2 pkces, green. one ,,,
year old, Original, cost $120.00.1
$50.00. CO ,Curundu 2286 or.
see at Curunklu Heights house
579,, apartment 4.1". Gamin.
FOR SALE ---, Parlor bamboo aot
with cushions. in very good con
Aition. Telephone
'FOR SALE Cribs with mat mat.
. mat. tress, baby carriage, ell new. 13a-
by bath tub. Mullard radio. Ca-.
, Ile Colombia No. 2, second floor
apartment,Tel. 3-0147.
could complete the flight.' But at
2:25 p.m, (8:25 :a.m., e.s.t.), the
pilot, Brig, Gen., Willis Eu Eubank,.
bank,. Eubank,. iradioed he did not have
enough fuel to make I.' and would
have to tome down in the Azores,
l'The jetstream winds they had
counted ,on' decreased Vet the
American. West Coast and again
over Washington," a spokesman
said. s
Eubank, of Welsh,,W.Va.,' began
the, flight at 31,400 feet: As the
plane used fuel it climbed tradu tradu1
1 tradu1 ally until it had reached 44,500
feet by, the time it reached the
- 1
Potierful Earthgtiake
;
Bidaks"
,
;NEW, YORK, (13P) '.
Broketi seismographic instruments
attested yesterday to the strength
of ,-one of the mos powerful. earth earthqualms
qualms earthqualms ht history. .f
, s.
The temblor-trocked .a desolate,
tundra region-of Alaska Jor1 two
hears Monday. The shock, waves
were feft nearly 4,000 miles dis distant
tant distant at the, Lamont Geophysical
Laboratory at riermont, N. P,,
breakint- five seismographic
struments. ,
; Scientists said that if the quake
had' occurred in a populated area
the death and damage toll, 'would
have been heavy. The quake rang ranged
ed ranged from 7.5 to 8.5 on the, Richter
magnitude scale. ,- e greatest
temblor,, recorded in Tiberi.-,
1950 -had a magnitude of 8.6. 6
, The, quake was Centered it the
Indian village' bf Hughes; northwest-
of ,Fairbanks on .the 41Coyulto 41Coyultouk
uk 41Coyultouk River. No deaths or injures
were reported.1
Body Of tittle Cul
Killidin 'Accident
Foun Bvi Searcher
a PRESTONSBURG, Ky:
volunteer se-archer yesterdry
found the body of Anna L- Goble 9.
one of sev,n children 'missing ln
the school bus disaster which took
the lives of 26 yotmgsters and ,the
driver' last Feb. 28. ,
Banner who has been' a
leader of the search for ,the
, bodies for '40 diys, 'spotted
the , body floatinq , a
clump of Willows 200 yards below
the West, Prestonsburg Bridge,
aWolit three Miles from the at&
dest scene.
, Identification was made by ek
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FOR SA1.11 Cabie-Nolson
Spinet piano. Blond wood like
..new. 4 Quarters. 21, Quarri
Heirhts. Phone Quarry tleight1
'4148. -' f
FOR SALE -- Tvoi silver fox
1 furs. 46-47 2nd Avenue (Bella (Bella'
' (Bella' Vista). Tel 3-6936
FOlt SALE Bargain!!! Com.
pieta Collier's Encyclopedia. Al.
so 39 Harvard Classics. Phone
3-7478 Panama.'
' FOR SALE 4 Puncture Seal Seal:
: Seal: Mg blow out safety inner tul)ea.,
will fit Yolko Wagon tires., yery
reasonable Call Balboa .3355
after 4:30 p.ns-
' FOR SALE Brand New Web.
cos, Hi-F1 Tape Recorder. ; ,,
Speaker.' 2-Speed. peasosable.
;' Call 1152-L. Colon. ,
FORIALE Worthington air
condition machine 10 tons ca.'
.,'pacity. $975.00. Call Panama
, -2-2517, can be seen 'at 26th
,Street East No. 10 next to Pre Pre.,
., Pre., Wells ,Theater.
A description and the 'recipes
of the holiday -.foods served in
34 countrles is given 'in "Festival
Menus 'Round ',' the World,'! a
book Sula -Benet,. noted
antheropologist ands folklorist,
Which-was placed in circulation
thii -week: by the ,Canal',, Zone
.;
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'A good, ebox, who 4nfoys ex experimenting,',
perimenting,', experimenting,', DI Benet has 'not
only. described,, the .most
tent festivals .of each of the..34
coUntries butvfolibws ber decrlp decrlption
tion decrlption with a eqmplete-and typical
menu and' the ,feelpes for, all
items, bit the The recipes
were adapted onl slightly in orde,r-to
make it easier for Arnerl Arnerltab
tab Arnerltab 'tdbkS
. The Complete' list of booki and
their- authors.. announced ,by the
libtar this week ,folloW: f.
Ilightcrawlers
Adams:- Mere Sterles trot the
Arabian', Nighti, Arabian ;Nights:
Festival Menus' 'ROund t h
World,' Benet:, Man at the Cross Crossroads,
roads, Crossroads, Ferrater,--,- Letters from '11.
Saint, St." Francis de Sales: F'4191
Memory,. Grant:, William.McRin William.McRinley;
ley; William.McRinley; Stalwart Republican, Spiel-'
!nen:. American Highways Today',
Vet-, Economics', Umbreit: pl4L.
covery',of the Universe,. Vancov Vancovleurs:
leurs: Vancovleurs: and.,The ,Court and. the
Fictibrf-The BaOalor's Baby,'
'Davenport.; South by JaVa' Head,
macLean;' ', Free-Lance- Murder,
Roden:- Mrs.' Daffodil:Taber: 'On'
the Midnight Tide, Tracy;'- and.
Suspicious Circumstances, Webb.i
ng oni. the 'child's 'finger.''
, She was One of three 'children
of Mr: and Mrs: James B. Goble,
of Enuna,, Ky.,. who wre drowned
vyhen the school bin 'bit a truck
and, plunged over a ,q bank into
thi,Big Sandy ,

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Motorcycles
FOR SALE ....Meat cycle Ail.
SOO CC twio Mot.di 53 a-1 can;
Bal 2-2433. $
WASHINGTON -Deputy be befense
fense befense Secretary Donald A.
Quarles, in a CBS radio inter inter,
, inter, "I would be surprised if the
Soviets in the last, few months
haven't r tested the- possibility of
an atomic 'warhead on long-range
missiles." -
NEW YORK Former Presi President,
dent, President, saying he wouldn't take
walk before catching an 8 a.m.
train for New' Haven, Conn.;
,"I'm giving the reporters a
break as I feel -it would be too
early for them to get up.", :
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early for them to get up.", 4.-
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Legit !alien, riot Press' Releases
1111:1 En'tl Iliceis 16, Says L:can)

1111:1 End Recession Says L.eany
rit, ,
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I.'
, hpariel seidd
yeNsternjdaPy)7
government, report showing
E'irenAhSoliwiNerG,T
the rise 'in 'unemployment taperc
off 'in March. kle said it indicate
"a -slowing up".Yof the recession.
' Labor Secretary James P.
Mitchell, agreed the report wa:
"encouragine, But he warnet
that unemployment would 'remain
"significantly large"-, for several
m o n tit s despite an anticipate(
pickup' in jobs this spring.
, AFL-C10 .President Geor ge
Meany differed with thi President'
and Mitchell. He said the report
indicated a "Continued deepentng"
of the recession and' did not con contain
tain contain l'a',single ray of sunshine"
pointing toward a business pick pickup.
up. pickup. '
disclosed previously, the 're 'report
port 'report by the Labor and Comtnerce
departments showed that. unem unemployment
ployment unemployment increased by only 25,000
In MarchThis compared with an
increase of 700,000 in 'February
and a rise of mere than one Milk--
lien in,ohinUarY. ,
. ) ).
; increas6 pushed the
number 'of 'jobless' to 5,198,000, the
highest in 1612 leers. The report
also showed the March. business
pickon,oras sharply below, normal
for thic time ot, year.
' At' the same time, it diseldsed
that 'employment rose ',by 323,000
in March to 62,311,000. This was
the first overall gain since the re recession
cession recession started last fall. a s t
July,' just before the slump start started,
ed, started, employment stood at a record
67,200,000.
-Immediately; after the repOrt
was issued, the 'President said in
a 'statement: that the pickup in
jobs and the "levelling off" in Un Unemployment
employment Unemployment "indicate a slowing
up ot the decline
Mitchell said the-report shoed
L that the economy .1,vas- "basically
sound,"" But be, tailed for quick
congreSsional approval of the ,ad ,administration's
ministration's ,administration's plan to extend ult.-
employment compensation bene benefits
fits benefits because "the numbers Of tm tmemployed
employed tmemployed will remain' signifieant-,
ly large.!!'-''
Meany said in his statement
that the report contained 'uothing
to indicate that the recee,sion tad
hit bottom.'For one thing, he said,
'Unemployment 'usually drops by
200,000 in ,March instead of, in-,
creasing' by 25,000. He also noted
that the rise in the number -of
jobs was "'almost entirely In agri agrieulture."f
eulture."f agrieulture."f 4
"Had he economic,decline 'even
begun. to Jevel off," Meany said,
"total- employment should have
risen by' minimum 6: ,,a half
million as it .clid in pre-r,ecession
years.".', 2
Owner: Of Je"wreliy-;
Found In Old Con
Sought B.Police ;
moNTREAL i' (UP) Police
yesterday sought the owner of
$100,000 worth of jewelr3r an, 11-
year-old boy; found. buried in. a
rusted tennis ball container.
, Norman Hawkins found the Jew,
els when be was playing in Mae MaeDonald,
Donald, MaeDonald, Park, Part of the contain container
er container wps -,protrudings,' from", the
ground and when the youngster
Investigated he found,- a stnaller
-can inside.filled with jewels, in.
eluding ,a )pair of earrings worth
$8,000, a diamond brooch, a' pearl
necklace, a ;Almond watch, a
braclet, two' clips, Another watch
and other small items.
-The boy's father turned'the val valuables
uables valuables over-to the police after de-,
termining their worth :through a
jeweler.
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President elect Mario EchandL
jokingly explaining to newsmen'
his country's economic problems
and the --illegal stockpiling of
arms by his predecessor:,
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armaments, we'll exchange them
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Meani also-pointed'out thht the
.ite of ,unemployment throughout.
,country increased to an even :
per, cent of the labor force,
ompared to 6.'7 per cent in Fel
Nary. He called for legislation,
athcr,than "optimistic press re-
leases, to "end, this recession,!1,
The report contained some
troublesome statistics. Among oth othv
v othv things, it'showed that:
Manufacuring employment --
dropped about 200,000 in March to
a total of .15,400,000. This wa
greater-than-seasonal. decline and
breught the drop' in manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing jobs to 1,500,000 from ,a year
ago. 'Farm emploYment increased
by,250,000 in'March.
The number ',of regular full;
time workers ,reduced Ito part part0'11,9
0'11,9 part0'11,9 work because of the reces recesmon
mon recesmon climbed to a postwar high- of
2,300,000. !'1,
lag in re-hiring :boosted the
number of long-term unemployed ''
--those out of ,work 15 weeks or
moreby 300,000 to a, postwar
high, of 4,450,000. '
,---The number of personsrdraw
big state tined ployment compen.
sation inereased by 135,000 to 30
300,000. The total :usually drops
this ,time year. :
The report showed that 'the to total
tal total ,labor forcethe number of
people working Or seeking- work-4
increased seasonally, in March by
350,000 to .67,510,000. This account,.
ed' for- the fact that both ernploY ernploYment
ment ernploYment and- -Unemp'-oyinent in increased.'
creased.' increased.' ,
PoilAm' Union
Offerilso Public
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-",."Perit,!). the:ran American Ti Tinton's
nton's Tinton's new 48-page booklet, intro&
uces the teadar to this intriguing
South American Bepublic.
ly attractive, with over 35 illustra..
tions and a rnap of the country,
this comprehensive, but 'concise
booklet is 'invaluable to teacheri,
9tudents, and to those' interested
in oither lands. Copies may be ob obtained
tained obtained for 15 'cents from.,the an
American Union, Washington 6,

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d'out thht the
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Fs0 to an even :
labor force,
r cent in Fel
or legislation,
istie press re reis
is reis recession,"
itained some ;
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that: oththat:
- employment
DO in March to
This was :
decline and
n manufactur-
D front a year A
nent increased
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of partof the reces recesostwar
ostwar recesostwar high- of
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Geographically, Peru is a land
of contrasts, The soast, Tr ountaina
wooded -foothills,. and the low lowlands
lands lowlands of the Upper Amazon plan
are the natural ,sub-divisions of
the lands, The' population of, Peru
also represents contrasts, -. racial
and cultural, a composite bler of
the Inca,' European, and...Asiatic.
The transformation of the land by,'
the ceaseless labor and ingeuity
of its people is A dramEic story,
Chapters on the land, the -people,
the history and 1.he culture are
skillfully blended. Still others pro provide
vide provide pertinent information on gov government,
ernment, government, industry,. national econo economy,
my, economy, and communications, ".,
Oth-er booklets,' similar to Peru,
On the 20 American Republics,
may be obtained for 15 ce ts each
from the Pan American Union,
Washingtoo 6,, D.C.-, .... .,
Fueiza 'y Lut:Mer.1
Cliliklifilc'grd .'
1For SoleDrivIng
, Statistics released b; the train training,
ing, training, and safety-. department of
Fuerza y Luz Indicate that the
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83 drivers of compAny' trucks and
cars haVe comoiled EtO outstand outstanding
ing outstanding "no occident? .record. over
the first three-months of thie
year. ,,, -, ., 1 ,,,,, ',
r During these three' months,' an
total of 277.490 miles was cover covered
ed covered by' company drivers. ,a, dis distance
tance distance eoual to lltrips around the
world. Applying this fKrure to a
locar example, a total of 462
round trips from here to David,
Chiriqui., without ark accident Is .1
representative of ,the ruerza y
'Luz' Safety record on our cities'
byways.,, ',, ,' ,, ;
Driving eight hours daily at on
average sneed of 40 mph; for a
period of two years, four months,
and ) two weeks,' would also give
one the same accident free'".,
itotal 43 277,490 ,miles,-- .,,, ,-- ..--

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APril 9 w.artare"was' reported today to have -spread
"oen rebel infested Oriente to two more of.Cuba's six provikes7La4s ylllas and Ca-:
,lague.' --- - -
The4rniyLnno,unqedthat four rebels wer.e d a:soldier a9nd,.a polic,eman,
; d A"wben a Communist-led group see lanr, to alter -public order tiled to burn
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t Private reports- whith --could
, r t, immediately be confirmed
i s A .,small rebel 'forces' attack attackl
l attackl el.' army outposts at' Cascorro
trnd AlVar0 Reims in Cama4,,,cY.-,
These reports said Ihe
!Insurgents captured some arms
4 at,..Cascorro. but no further (t (titans
itans (titans were available.- :
I. ,. In Santiago, long a center
-,-er, iebel violence, a rblast be be'..,'
'..,' be'..,' v...h. ved. to- have been Caused by
' isaboiage wrecked two .wareII-nu,es
belonging to the' Amer Amerii,,
ii,, Amerii,, ,n-ownect Cuban Alr Products
a(' nnpany. A 'watchman is miss miss:II,
:II, miss:II, ,.; and tbree 'passersby yere
's, ahtly Injured. -' '.
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, 0. The two buildings, used to
:its 3re 'Tinders of gas Intended
,,ifto- ;hi:tilt:al or industrial UEC,
ere ,. a total loss. EXplOding
,lnYlitlaCES of hydrgen, (oxygen
-',a.td acetylene gas hurtled sev sevtett'
tett' sevtett' ,hondred feet, through the
Ial;-,' like missiles, ar.;i a steel
- door- Iris hurled 'onixt i a- roof
, 4,t(,o, MO feet may. ,''',. i 1
' ..1 t Cuban Air products' cornpres cornpres,
, cornpres, ',AA' plant 41, Santista was de de;sv.,toyed
;sv.,toyed de;sv.,toyed se' s-ral wects ago ty
f ti'fr, I 113 1.4EtS.. ' t
'i $ .1!tewsmen today were,shewn
. .printing plant which pollee
t
! aid had been turning out
t .'war bonds" for the Com-,
il, pianists and, for Fidel Cas Cas-
- Cas- ,Ire's rebels. They also 'Avert,
i Allowed to talk to 'a number
et prisoners including Luis
' .,',A; Martin, who said he had
k. ', I been' a Communist for, 20
i, years. Martha told the newsA
,, ,-,nten ,that the Reds and the
. 1,,kebeis are .working together
' 4 against President Fulgenclo
"."-Batista.,',., , -1 , -- ,..
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. 9 Nartin; .''''who said. he .l. had
' visited ,I. Moscow and,- various
- tqler Iron curtain capitals,
maid ,the party paid him 0120
l' 'month to hand out ,' rebel
Literature and offer propagan
IX aid t,6 the insurgents, ''

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Former President Harry S.
man said yesterday he would "be
doing something" about the reces- I
sion'-and "wouldn't be sitting still
or playing golf": it he--were back
in officto
,
He prefaced his remarkis- by
Saying lie, doesn't'''llke to give
hypothetical 'TSWerS'to hypotheti hypothetical
cal hypothetical questions.
',The former bemocratie 'resi 'resident
dent 'resident blamed the economic slump
On the administration's money policies.-
'
After telling'newsmen, he would wouldnot
not wouldnot be "slitting still," .list invitee
them to join him 'on this. morning
walks if 'they could keep up- with
his fast '
On other subjects during' a news
conference.' Trgman said:
He didn't believe there wet e
any: leading :candidates lor' his

know whether Ad lat,E. Stevenson
could win the nomination again,
or if he'. would try.: Truman led
an untudeessful fightt to,nominate
Gov. Averell Harriman New
York in 1956. 1,,,,,
"1 have never teen-1 hollster
or wolitical prophet," said Tru Trumai).
mai). Trumai). "'When the Democratic con.
vention meets in 1960 any man
who wants to get into the rice
cai get into it. You'll ,havo to ask
Mr. 'Stevenson whether be is go going
ing going tO, get in or not." 1, '
, lqz4 tr- v. :,
"rruinalt 'came tere from -.New
York to attend a tivee-day semi seminar
nar seminar on, government with students

At Aittotwil Ul JUINC: a"t"' faie'f.lniv-ersity-o r, k ,,
'- A fractured aw shou d not pre- He 'told n,e w I m e n that Sen.
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Vent anyone from -reRorting .to Idhn 11 Kennedy (D -Mass.) and
, tine Probation officer. New Jersey Gov. Robert B. Mey-1
- -This was the opinion of Dis tier mentioned as possible presi-.
trict k Court Judge Guth's P. den'tial candidateSt were, "bp!b
Crowe,. who found Rafael Reyes fine ..fellows.14... ',, .t
' : gui0 of violating the terms of q--7-------"'---.'r---------77 ..,
his probation. -.- ,, ., ,, ,....,, ,,,i,, ,,..', '-. - ':-
. The tall defendant claimed
that he spent sOhle time at San- I.
' I to, Tomas Hospital after,his jaw f
Ex Oyeen loraya
wits fractured, and a result could orma y
. not report. ,' d II' Accepts'
On Aug.-, 6, 1957-, hi' was enh, D, I
'toted of grand larceny and given
a suspended 18-month sentence ecree,o,:Dly:pr,c,,e ',.,:,
, I the condition that he did not "- ' '4 k ' '' ' 'rep) -......
1,,,;.ate the terms of his probe- COtOGNE'4:GeTnianYll 'accePttion-4
,which ,;', included reporting Ex-Queen SoraYa Jorma. Iom
each month, and not' breaking
' t -y laws of Panama or the Ca,. Shah of Iran,,here, Tues ay and
ed a divorce decree itri Ine
ld
- 1 L Zone. -, r, , s
;',-; 1-t was brought out in court
, '. immediately announced she wou t
t sail to the .,Cuit,ed States. nex
' --blf-reY" did-0th. '
7, Iliis.csrr ested for grand. lar- The beautiful Soraya, divorced
eeny In Panama since his Canal by the Shah because she failed to
Zone eo'nviction, it was reported. bear k him arr heir' to the throne,
- Assist. Dist. Att.,Morton Thom- booked passage"' for -- New York
' kon,.also revealed that a check aboard' theEser Constitution, sail sailwith
with sailwith the bospital failed to show ing next Monday Irom Genoa. ittl-at
Reyes had been hospitalized. aly., She reserved a return -book'
a',Kvert if he had a broken laW frig on the liner's May 13 sailing
fliat wouldn't- immobilize him." f New York '
, rom
tr or Judge stated. 7, , (Reports from' Tehran said that
omileye.had failed to report to under last-minute changes made
14"'Probation -officer for the last in the divorce Settlement, the
1,..,.. et months. --, k.,' - Shah had agreed to, drop a clause

)i 4- ' -i., t ; '. ,',. i,
' C011OGNE:Ge,rinany tlIP)1-'
g Ex-Queen Sdraya atrmally- accept acceptg
g acceptg ed a divorce decree,. from the
,. Shah of Iran,liere, Tuesday '' and
'' immediately announced she would
!-i sail to the United States next
, week. 1- k ... ,. ,
,
',..1 The beautiful Soraya, divorced
4" by the Shah because she failed to
, bear him, att. heir' to the throne,
',,- booked passage-' for New York
,.,1' aboard' theBser Constitution, sail
ing next Monday 'from Genoa, It..4-
aly., She reserved a return ,book ,bookw,;
w,; ,bookw,; ing on the liner's May 13 sailing
from New York.-
(Reports from' Tehran said that
3), under last-minute changes made
ID in the divorce Settlement, the
Shah had agreed to, drop a clause
' forbidding het 'to re-marry in ex ex1
1 ex1 change for her promise not to
write her memotis for' publication
' in the United States or Europe).
II The 27-year-old Soraya formally
ceased to be Queen of Iran 'rues 'rues!
! 'rues! day by the simple act of accept accept,'
,' accept,' ing the long lielayed divorce de decree
cree decree which th Shah sent here by
' high-level couriers. ,-, -,
-Iranian Justice Minister Mo Mo,
, Mo, hemmed Ali Hedayati and Brig.
Gen. Nenatollah Nassiri flew here
from Tehran to present the di di1
1 di1 vorce ,documents.10 The reluctant
shah had finally forced himself to
1 sign'the papers nearly a month
after he had announced his sevenyear-old
niarriage to. Soraya was
Iended., '', : h
Soraya form" illy' assumed the
title e. her highness, Princess'So Princess'So'raya
'raya Princess'So'raya Esfandiari when she accept accepted
ed accepted the divorce. docunients shortr
ly after noon at the Iranian Em Embassy
bassy Embassy here. Her father, Khalil Es'
, fandiari, is' Iran's, ambassador to
IWest Germany. '4 ,: 4
' The embassy' 'annotiniect that
Soraya would be accompanied on
Iher trip to the United States by
her mther, Countess Estandiari,
1 and her brother, Bigan.
In Genoa, an American Export
Lines spokesman said Soraya had
reserved a sun deck suite alloard
1the Constitution and would board
1 the liner when it Calls at Genoa.
, The surprise announcement of
1 the,trip immediately gave rise to
speculation that Soraya hoped to
r Imeet the Shah somewhere in the
United States. He is scheduled for
1 a U.S. visit late ,in,May.
1 But some sources pointed 'out
that Soraya's return passage to
Europejtas been booked tor May
1 13 from New Yorka few -days
befnre the Shah was expected to
.. arrive therel -,,...

utposts

1
tump;
, if
, at r:

"I knoW thein both and I thinkl
well of them." hi said. ,!'But
have no, candidate at the present
time." - 7
, 1
Before leaving New-Yolit, Till Tillman
man Tillman said that the Japanete,lead Japanete,leaders
ers Japanete,leaders hi 'World War were to
blame for the atomfc bomb that
was dropped On Hiroshima.
- 'I; 41,41 z
"Purchill, Stalin and I sent the
Japanese an ultimatum through
Sweden.anctSwitzerland," be said,
"It was answered with the nasti nastiest
est nastiest letter yoil ever Jaw. 'fe just
had to drop the bmb."
- The Yale seminar' was arranged
by Truman's former secretary of
state, Dean Acheson, who Also
planned- to take part in
man said he planned to go -to
Washington l',riday to make two
spceches. ',

party's presidentiat, nomination.
He didn't know if Soviet P e emier
mier emier Nikita 4S. Khrtishehev' was
really-(the,,,Russian, strong"' Man.
have to' wet, and see 11
S b' 'Jordan'
whether somenne shoots him or 7 "' I
not and 'then ive ral,P,e11"'n ,s''
: ' May' Retail TrOODi'.
He eoMmenten that be., did not a

, AMMAN,' Jordan April 9 (11P)--
Saudi-Arabian Crown Prince Pei Peisal
sal Peisal has told the Jordanian G o
ernment Saudi Arabia no longer
can continue its 15.4 million Alol
lar annual subsidy t Jordan, it
was learned, here,, today.
,
The Sterling subsidy was set
up in the spring of 1958, when,
Britain cut off its aid to Jordan
after King" Hussein ousted British
Maj..Gen. John Glubb as comman
der, of the Arab ,Legion.
r4ypt and Syria also agreed to
contribute 19.6 million dollars
Jordan at that time, s But they
failed to come through' with t h e
payments when Hussein refused to
adopt Egyptian-style ,!'positive petit
tralism", at Jordan's foreign poll poll,
, poll, eY f, 4
.
Besides droPPinir, the iubsidy,
Saudi Arabia was expected, here
to withdraw its 5,000 to 7 000
trobps yvhich now are staioned in
Jordan.

Considate ,Holds!'

- The 1.1.4 Consulato COIOn'-- la
holding sevtisoal cliecks and 1
ter, that hsva not vet beeri, with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn by, filch-legitimate owners:
so it is sending out, another call
for them to show up and get them.
Those haviUg checks are ikrativi ikratividad
dad ikratividad Bonilla Charles A: Blain,
Alice Hinson, and' Felipe A Abrahams.
brahams. Abrahams. ,
The lettet is for Manuil G. Ba Batista..
tista.. Batista..

'HOLLWOOT (UP).-..Passiohate
love letters in which film star
Lanft Turner wrote her' ill-starred
gangland: lover "How' dearly I
love you; Angel,Ir were. disclosed
Tuesday, three days after he was
stabbed to death, by, her ,14-yearold
daughtet.
'The letters were' published in a
copyrighted article by the Los
Angeles Evening Herald Ex Express.
press. Express. They were -kitten front va vario&
rio& vario& parts of Europe to 32-yearold
Johnny Stompanato,' some
dated in the early fall 'and others
in the winter.
Stomapanat wail stabbed' once
with an eight ,trich butcher knife
last Friday night in Miss Turner's
swank Beverly i Hills home. ',- The
actress since has said that she
was trying to break off with Stom,
panato, former bodyguard of ex exmobster
mobster exmobster Mickey Cohen,. end that
he had pursued her to Europe and
Mexico! l
ling Love

' Proftsies Love
',, But, the- letters published bY
the Herald Vxpress buluded one
missile dated 'Thurs. morn.
(from Copenhagen); postmarked
Sept. 19, '57 My Dearest, der der"This
"This der"This is the first letter I do
wish it could be bright and bril brilliar
liar brilliar 'but somehoW I'm-not quite
up to it! Because all I ant to
write onesay is, I love you...q.
There were, two folded totes and
sik small envelopes included in
't...14 envelope with the first letter.
One s)f the folded notes read:
"At Just this moment, I had to
ter'you lowMarl love'"Yott
Also, what your nearness 'means
to tne when you read this bold

f..k;..,.-

West s' Botirgeois
kimunali4ts, 'Told
Vihojiliers:Kiushy
.
,

, ,
TATABANYA, Hungary (UP)--
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushch.ev
ch.ev Khrushch.ev ,Thesday accused Western
journalists of, distorting ,' his, t re remarks
marks remarks when -they, reported he said
the Soviet Union would not send
aid to Hungary.,in event of an another
other another uprising. ',. ; -.
Speaking in the Soccer ,Stadium
of this coal -.mining center on
the seventh doy of his, tour ofr
Hungary, Khrushchev said he
made no such statement ,in Stalin
varos last Saturday.
'. "The bourgeois Journalist who
vvere at Stalinvaros said the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union would not help you. tr
gain," be said.- .- 1,-
"I have read these reportd.
They are not true.'
Khrpshchev told & crowd esti estimated
mated estimated at 40,000 that Soviet troops
would be "at any time at the dis dis1
1 dis1 Posal of Socialist countries if
needed." -, ,;
'I said that you should manage
your efforts so that there should
be no 'new counter revolution
and that the Russianss hould not
be obliged to COTtle to your help,"
the, Soviet Premier saick- ,-
k Khrushchev, was' quoted by kr krnited
nited krnited Press as telling Hungarians
in Stalinvaroo that in event of a
repetition of the 1956 Hungarian
uprising "you shall and must help
yourselves" ond that there should
be no-, further need to "depend
on the Missions coming to help
!them if the tounter-revolutionaries
should attempt to raise their
heads again! I ''.i,
"' Khrushcheet reception' 'here
was as cool ts the one e received
in three aglicultural tentert he
visited Monday. ,,'
I ' :

Listeners began to melt away
soon after the started spiaking.
Police finally-had to block off the
exits as more' people -began to
ntove out of the stadium just be before
fore before the end of the speech.

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'The' Tender Trap,'
New Guild Pla,
Opens On'hicinday

The' Theatre Oul ld's latest pro pro&talon:
&talon: pro&talon: "The Tender Trap" will
open next Mende and run
through Saturday, April 19.
' "The Tender Trap"ls under the
direction of Kathy ', Wilber and
stars Charles Walsh, Shirley Anne
Myer, Kathy, Kade and, Earl Alm Alm(mist.
(mist. Alm(mist.
BeservatioUs: may be made by
calling Balboa 1298, -,

rucicer

WASHINGTON (UP) -- Army
Secretary Wilber M. Brucker said
Wednesday night "it is obvious','
Russia is "on a war .footing de despite
spite despite their occasional wily protes protestations
tations protestations of peaceful intent. '
Brucker warned that the Soviets
"are ready and waiting to resort
to brute tdrce, w nev e r. the
Kremlin decides the time is ripe
to use it."
- He said the free world's Anil,
tary forces, ,especially those sta stati.p,b
ti.p,b stati.p,b along .the Iron Curtain,
were "constant, visible evidesce

Pi LRAM- Wailliett wag, unt5 lovv.u1.0
"are ready and waiting to resort tONDON (UP) Authoritative
to brute torce w h,e nev et. the sources said-yeKerday the British
, dent Eisenhower's new appeal to,
Kremlin decides the time is ripe government fully approved Presi Presito
to Presito use it."
- He said the free world's ,znili- Russia for Ai ban oh production
tary forces, ,especially those sta. of atomic weapons. 1
ti.p,b along .the Iron Curtain, But Britain, the sources said,
were "constant, visible evidesce would "take its time') in sending
to the Communists of our deter.'its own reply to Soviet Premier
mination to resist aack upon Nikita ,,- S. Khrushchev's offer to
aany part el the free world.' suspend nuclear lest explosions:
In a,Civil War roun dtable Khrushchev continued to bom bomspeech
speech bomspeech at the Nation al Press bard free world nations with for forClub,.
Club,. forClub,. Bmcker sAid "the funds- Mal notes drawing attention to
mental piirpose of our military Russia's announcement of a uni uniforces
forces uniforces is to- give solid substance 'lateral test suspension. In addi

'Ito the world's hope for peace."
1 ,"Moral seasion, not solidly
: backed by 'strength,' and determi determio
o determio 'nation could never prevail in the
1 long rtin" against Communist im-'
perialism, Brucker said, rhe Unit Unit)
) Unit) ed States, he said, "'has every
- military answer to the Commu Commu'
' Commu' nist military threat",
- But he warned against the
"grave danger" of placiiig so,
-inuch faith in tary light
: "that we forget it' is 'only the out out:
: out: ward manifestation 'of our nation nationf
f nationf al power." ,,
That national' power,. he said
lies in "moral Atamina and stabil,
4 ity, hard resolution, unswerving
' determination, the willingness
t Amb)aabove every', other con consideration,"
sideration," consideration,"
, Brucker also warned that "we
must not allow oursehtes to be
. lulled into a false belief that
there is any easy road to a just
and honorable peace,. which ,does
n not involve personal sacrifice on
n the part of each one of us."
Ile celled the Russian threat to
d this country "the greatest and
most ominous challenge since the
s birth of our nation.'!
'
Stompanato Had
, : '
el Flames 'Of Stars

In BroWn Book

LINWOOD (UP) A little
brown ,book belonging to slain
Johnny Stmpanato containing the
names and some telephone num numbers
bers numbers of about "15 or 20"
wood Personalitiesincluding sev several
eral several feminine stars --, was in(the
possession of police Tuesday,
But Bevery Rills Police Chief
Clinton Anderson stressed the t
there was no indicittion any oll
those listed even knew Stompana Stompanatel,
tel, Stompanatel, much less knevt anything a about
bout about his killing.
,,There were soome names of
male acquaintances,. but most of
those listed ere women.'
, They included ZSa Zsa Gabor,
I Anis Ekberg, MaH Blanchard,
, Arlene Whelan,' June Allyson and
Peggy Connolly. ,
Reports indicate Stompanato
r met MisS Turner by telephoning
her for I blind date..

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me CIOSO in your heart. Siempre,1 long. you had been in my thoughts
picarella." . so completelyl ., ,
"Siempre"k Is a Spanish word 'Such a lonely day, weatherwise,
meaning "always." .- and' yeti --, so alone all the
, Another of the letters, post- little,tender, dear thirts that we
marked London., and sent to "Mr. usually went thru on Sunday
!
John Stompanato, 1021 Caleado were, somehow missing .11
Ave., Los Angeles," read In par , 1, ,
"Just this morning your, precio s N ', 14 Letters In All
exciting letter arrived and l'm ' '
quick jotting 'this t you to tell It was Cohen who disclosed Lela
yowl adore the way you write had ,0 'written 14 "mushy love
and all the truly beautiful things letters" to .Stompanato 'and who
you say to the so pleas. please also tevealed Cheryl Crane, Miss
Dearest continue. .. Turnees daughter, had written
,l'I'll ,close now love, will write two letters to Stompanato that
tonite (sic)-4ave to go to a meet- were "like hosb a daughter
ing now with the dir. writers etc would write a father."
know how dearly I love you Angel Cohen emphasized "there war
cuitado y baci, baci ,hold me no romantic connection" in the
Dear-,Lover;4." ,- , letters, from Cheryl, daughter ol
' ' the long-time movie queen and
Addressed To LS. ,, resauranteer Stephen Crane. ',

picarella." ,, ., iso completelyl ., 7
!'Siempre"k Is a Spanish word "Such a lonely day, Weatherwise,
meaning "always." and' yeti -, so alone all the
, Another of the letters, post- little,tender, dear thirts that we
marked London. and sent to "Mr. usually went" thru on Sunday--
John Stompanato, 1021 ;Glende were, somehow -- missing .11
Ave., Los Angeles," read in par ,. I , - .,
"Just this morning your, precio s ', 14 Letters In All
iii
exciting letter arrived -- and l'm ., .'
quick jotting 'this t you to tell It was Cohen who disclosed titift
yoly I adore the way you write had ,0 'written 14 "mushy love
and all the truly beautiful things letters" toStompanato 'and who
you say to the .-,- so pleas. please also tevealed Cheryl Crane, Miss
Dearest continue.", Turner's daughter, had written
,"I'll ,close now love, will write two letters to Stompanato that
tonite tsic)4ave to go to a meet- were "like hosb a daughter
ing now with the dir. writers etc would write a father."'
know how dearly I love you Angel Cohen emphasized "there was
CtligadO y baci, bad ,hold me no 'romantic connection" in the
Dearltover;4," ,- letters, from Cheryl, daughter of
,,,,, ,. , ., the long-time movie queen and
,
, Addressed To LS. resauranteer Stephen Crane.
.
- , i ,', Cohen, who said he could not
' Another envelope postmarked be :at Stompanato's funeral ih
Paddington; addressed to Mts. Wdodstock, II, Wednesday, be beMildred
Mildred beMildred Turner and marked "Air Cause of another court appearance,
mail private for J.S.", included a said one of the 'letters from the
letter dated Dec. 26. 14-year-old girl started: "Poppa
It read, in part, "Christmas is John."' ., ..
finally over for Cherie 'and me. The girl late Friday night told
I must say tt was very wonderful Police Chief Clinton Anderson that
and full of love and understand- she had stabbed her t Mother's
ing. She wail sto happy with h e y lover with an eight inch knife to
gifts, as I was with mine. ,But "protect" Lana during a bitter
even more important 'and she quarrel, ; .0
said it, it Was our being, together k The blonde,' glathorous actress
that really made 'it -- oh- so reportedly asked Anderson "Can't
greatti , ,-', -, , I take the blame?" when he at,.
"To say how much you are and rived at the scene of the slaYing
have been, missed, is almost IM- However, the pale drawn girl-,-
POSSIBLE."... ' still in a state, of shock was
' "I would love to. hear from you, takes) first'to Beverly Hills -Jail
Dear ', 'an& then to the Juvenile Hall,
, "God bless you always -- 'V." where she will remain until a
'-' Still -mmtherietter addressed. to hearing April ,,24:,. that ...win deter deterStempanato
Stempanato deterStempanato said: .., how very mine whether she, is to face a
strange, I told, you ,that, all day, murder charge as an adult.
.

'- 1

tion to tapitals of western Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, points as far apart as Kar Karachi,
achi, Karachi, Pakistan, and Tel Aviv, Is Israel
rael Israel reported delivery of the notes
by Soviet ambassadors on the

The Soviet notes, similar to
those delivered to the United
States and Britain last week-end,
appealed to the respective govern-.
ments to press for a general ban
On nuclear test's.,
Itlioritaitve Britih Source
sai the United StaZes and Brit.
situ conferred before Eisenhower
dispatched hii new note ,to Khru Khru,...We
,...We Khru,...We fully approved it and it
represents the British as well, as
the '41,,, S., viewpoint."' a spokes spokesmarC
marC spokesmarC ;I'll 'was approved
by' other- NATO' countries.'
NATO spokesman in Paris
said Eisenhower's call for an A Aweapon
weapon Aweapon production ban was circu circulated
lated circulated to Washington's NATO allies
there Monday.
4 British sources said, however,
that Prime Minister ,Harold Mac Macmillan's
millan's Macmillan's government would not
follow Eisenhower's lead in an answering
swering answering Khrushchev immediately.
' A British reply Was unlikely,
they said, 'until Russia 'answered
the West's joiot 'memorandum of
April' 1 proposing diplomatic talks
in Moscow in the second halt of
April to pave 'the. way for an
East-West summit conference.

1

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, WASHINGTON (UP)Secretary
0! State 'John Foster Dulles sani
Tuesday. this country probably
Would have to conduct atomic
tests -beyond the current series if
it Is .to perfect smaller, cleaner,
nuclear weapons. ,
, He told a news conference U.S.
scientists certainly hooped to : ob obtain
tain obtain 'all the' information' they re require
quire require from the nuclear tests soon
to get underway at the Eniwetok
Atoll proving, grounds in Pa Pacific.
cific. Pacific.
But bc said Abe 'likelihood was
that this country would have to
conduct more testa in, the future
in its efforts to develop, small, de defensive'
fensive' defensive' nuclear weapons with rel.
atively little radioactive fallout.
Until these- weapons are devel developed,
oped, developed, he said, the United States
will not, fol ow Russia's eSample
in unilaterally suspending tests
without some lorm of international
agreement er supervision.,
,
Dulles 81S0 disclosed that a top toplevel,
level, toplevel, advisory ,group headed by
Dr. James 'R. Killian Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's scientific ad adviser',
viser', adviser', recently 'completed a study
on the detection 0. nuclear exp.,0-
sions. I
No System Certain

15,000 More Joil
Public Nitorkers'
Strike 16 'Noiikici

,
limmo.mm 0

S'

,
,,OSLO.,- April 9 UP) A strike
which has a ready paralyzed pub publid
lid publid transportation was scheduled to
spread to most city services here
Harbor activities, street cleaning
and garbage collections will Be
halted at the end of the work daY
when 15,000 out of 22,000"munici 22,000"municipal
pal 22,000"municipal workers join the, strike of
street car and bus workers which
began on Good Friday,' ,
Public schools and libraries, will
he closed and the city's gas, '&43--
plies cut of- by the walkout,- Elec.
tricity,:supplies will hot be affect

joint technical study- on the su supervision
pervision supervision and control of disarma.
ment- ,,
- Stiltdy Questions Cooperation
.
He said the 'studies would be
designed to determine-w hether
this country and Russia were
thinking along the same linee
when thy refer to' supervision
over nuclear tests.
Dulles was asked 'if the Presi President
dent President would be satisfied d the So-
viet Union unilaterally halted the
production of nuclear weapons in
response to his request that the
Russians yeconsider" their re,
Jusal to go along with an inter.
national agreement-, ,
He, replied that 'any such Unt
tigers' action ,', by the Russians
would be unacceptable ,,to the ','
President. He said any announced
halt to atotnic arms inspection
without internitional eontroi
would be pure propaganda.
Du les told his news eon.
lerence that:
As far as he knows, the 11.S.
government is getting along with
President Carnal Abdel Nasser of
the United Arab Republic, which
was formed by t the merger
Egypt ,and Syria. He did not am am1
1 am1 He 'did not know 'if his de-
partment has concluded its study
of the uses that the Cuban re
gime, of President Fulgencio Ea Ealista
lista Ealista wishes to make ,of munitions -;
supplied by the United States.

partment Das concluded its study
of the uses that the Cuban re
He said the group concluded'
lista wishes to make ,of munitions
that no inspection systein could
be 100 per cent certain of detect- gsuimppeli, eo4f bPyretshideenutniFteudigsentactioes.Ba
ing every' explosion. But he add added
ed added that, the group telt an adequate
system would minimize the den- t-.7--- --------- -----
ger of any sneak nuclear attack 11 itestrair
upon any nation. , , l v11,,, 16" i 1.61116' 1:1 1
, Dulles said, any', adequate- Ir., ; --c.' Jp- et)
spection Sistem would reqwre a ,,, k ',.- , 7 ?,
number o, inspecting stations m 1 -41 '''
; 110, it N.
the SoViet Union and the territory,
of otberl nuclearspowers, ,, ,' 2--s ,(
, He said these inspectors Would ergo,' -,'-',- -'---
L
c ''l
y,4 J-.0
have to' have enough mobtlity to ,''
, --,,,,
permit them to go immediately 'to 4 , -
the site of any susPected nuclear' "Al' ,:-,,'"''T'-- :' -' 1,'
explosion apd check on thu ieport
1 wi.th o' b-ullt-in:ottl'e t'hot would
.1)tireS: dee'll'ne'd tO' 'es'-i'irna.li'iliC i d'i.,,,,ew:mer;rnozwyililf bsuYhe heel'obrrdeiciet lie:
number of inspection stations, that I
would be heeded in .the Soviet tn- f ', h et' car' '.......,L......L...........o' ) ''''''""e' ',
ion itself.,1 But he!indicated the
number ,would be more than 24.
Dulles told his news conference 'Ting Ite''''''' 0' Pi t'
ica hii.r r 3
the heart of the President's lat- ..
est letter to thq Russians on the ,' ,' .2. I
subject wss his' Proposal for a I 1 ,' , ,,,

Thli weather report for the 21
hours. ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared 'by tre Meteorological.
and Hydrograpric Branch et the ,1
Panama ,Canal Company:
, , Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
High 94 14

High

..
WIND:. r',
(max., mph) NW-I8
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEIVIP;
, (Inner harbors) 79'

f;''..01.'n rebel in'
4 flaguey.
, , The -ern,
'
injured ,"'whe
--several )lome
t 4
, rillate rept31
,Immediatel
, rebE
10,1 army 131.1t1X

.
,, ,
tudy- on the su suntrol
ntrol suntrol of disarms.
.
,
, 1
IS Cooperation ,
,
tudies would be
minew hether
pd Russia were
the same linen ',
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atisfied !I the So-
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propaganda.
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getting along with
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isuromtheerardni. 5 ,,,,', ,, ,. ;:: I, .,'' ,. ,;,,, ',. 1 ............., 2,.. -,CI., ,Y.,1.; : t; .,, ..l '
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,, , ,,,,, Secretary Wilber M. Brucker. sell
I , !Insurgents capttured ' ' t ''' ; .. --; ... ' Vied s atistrAppea'
, at,Xascorro, bu no .. ,, ,..,,, ,,, ,, -., ',.4,..1 ,,, N ,,, , ''' ' Wednesday night "it is obvious!
alir PellS
i !tails were available.- ,
li ...In santiago, long.,. a 'center ''ye. r A' WEN, 60' iln, !4UP) '' "I' knoW' 'tlieni both -and ,I thil ' ' ,, sitpui ts. es i ath !sir o' tic assfi ovilnaarl :wif 7y,t.ipn rgotde,e; : , ; '' -, .......,1' -, ,. ; ..
. u ori a ly
, tations of peace u in en 1,011).0, N, 051,;, A.. t,h 1 t,. e,
, ,..! ',tr., rebel violence, a blast, be- --W H
Former President,'Harry S. TIti- well of them," hi
t ., le, ved' to have' been 'Caused by ni, .d yesterday he would be have no, candidate astai:d.-the?';Breustent ournalis'ii 'Told' ,, Bruckerd warnded tlitatagthteaSroevaiaertst
are rea y an wai i
' ''' i b tage 'wrecked tao ,,,war
,.. lia 0 e- --11 sst b t the reces- time." -' '. :-, I'' --.. 1 -..1, ,,, 4 ''.!
doing something a ou . 4 ,.,,,,-',. .f . , ''' s' to, br0te tOree w he n e v e r. the sources said-yesierday the British
I ,11---ou,es belonging to the- Amer- sion- and "wouldn't be sittmg smi Kremlin decide's the time ,is. ripe gdoevaetrnEmiseenathalwuleiry,saphperwoveadppreariestio
to use it.''
:1 I,, ,nlowned Cuban Air Products or playing golf"; if he-were luck. ,' Before. leaving New-Wilt, Trtt- Ilihoppe-rs-7' Kiushli
,, a C nnpany. A 'watchman is ni,isse- in, ome, ,,,, ,,,,I, ,,,,,, c,',,is,:,,,-,,, ;,, '' man said that the Japanete,lead- I i He said the free World's mill- Itu,ssia for ,s, ban oh production
it 4,i, 4 and, tbree 'passersby ,,Ner., H7,'" '- ers in i 'World 'War II were to ,,j, , ,, ,,,
3,; :os,', ghtly Injured. -, e refSeed his -remarks-' by blame for the atomk bomb th,,at ...' '.., ' tary forces, ospecially those sta. of atomic weapons..
' ',.',' '. t ,b long .the Iron Curtain, But Britain, the sources said,
. 7 Th two ,, buildings, Used to' S'Syingill he ; doesn't 4'1:Ike to give was dropped On Hiroshima. s ; '-7----.., ' ' ..' 1.15re "aconstant, visible evidesce would "take its time') in sending
'''', 1:8t3res?;zinders of gas Intended hypothetical answers to hypothe,ti- 1 k ,.' 4,,,,,f ez TATABANTA, Hungary (UP)-- te the Communists of out deter. 'its own reply to .Soviet Premier
,
mination to resist tack upon Nikita .,- S. Khrushchev's offer to
'. dft,y,:a;td!cal Or industrial Ile, cal questions. . t iThurehin, stein and I. Sent the Soviet: Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushaany
aany Khrushaany part el the tree world.' suspend nuclear test explosions.
'' 'Were a total loss, Exploding -;'eli former Democratic 4 rest- satcocrutisnedg ,, hWisestterrat
TulistessdoslY di''
t ebl med the economic slump Sweden.and.Switzerland," be said,
Japanese an ultimatum throu.gh jchar.evaa,
In a Civil War r o u n d t a b I e Khrushchev continued to bom bom,
, bom, 1,,,cylindirS 'of hydrogen, titYgell den h
naau mclarks when -they, reported he said speech" at the N a t i o n al Press bard free world nations with for for'
' for' ''' -,"arid acetylene gas hurtled Bev,. o.n.t e aaolnilitistr,..a. tion's money. po pothe
the pothe Soviet Union would not send
el handred feet, through the hetes.- ; "It was anysowhersevdet, fiwitahwNe s just
, est letter Club Bmcker 'sid "the funds- mai notes drawing attention to
er elling newsme-., -e "Ill ha ',, ,,,, v., '' ; d t Hungary in event of an- 1
'' i ,i'''' II d d to drop the bmb." ,,' '' al a . ,,,, menal.putrp,ose of our militarY Russia's announcement of a uni uni1,
1, uni1, Iffleil;',.' like missiles, an.1 it steel
forces is 0 give solid substance lateral test suspension. In addi
l ,' : door- wo. s hurled Onto,i 1.,,, roof no Aft e t
t b 44tutting atin, he invited , ; ..., , othee upnsing. ,, ..... : ,,.,.. i,......
' k 4tO,0. 10 feet (may.' ,' i 1 them to loin him 'on his. m ..
orning The Yale se i
m nar w
,' a' s arranged Spealdng in the ?occer,o.islauum to the wort s
d' hope lor peace! tion -to tapitals 'of western Eu Eu,.
,. Eu,. 4 rA a. f this coal, -,,,mimng center ,, on ,,
th li Truman's former secretary 0 Moral strewn,' no so i y rope, pm s as ar ape a
t Fdl I f rt s Kat.
; .. t Cuban Air product, compre
walks 'if 'they could, keep. up, vn c'f th eventh, day of his, tour of., .,
' ,,stA,' plant 41. Santiago was de- stYate Dean Acheson, who Also backed bistrength, and determi- schi, Pakistan; and Tel Aviv, Is Ishis
his Ishis fast Pace. -,-,,,,,,, -4 : ,,,;,, Hune ggary Khiushchev said he
t ;5!tt0Yed SeTs-rat wecte ago,' by ., ,,. .,, , plann'ed- to take part in it., Tro Troia
ia Troia made no' such statement .in Stalin nation could never prevail in the, reel reported delivery of the notei
, tiLt1 r,rs t.its.:- t On other suble '' g'' n said he 1
cts durm a news ma long' ritn" against Communist im- by Soviet ambassadors., on the
P-elned tt) gc'--- varos last Sattirday. ' perialism, Brucker said.- rhe Unit- spot. , ,' '
; $ :Newsmen today were,shown '' Wash gton Friday to make t
wo
conference.' Truman said: , ins. , "The bourgeois Journalist who
------- ", -- ed States he said, "has every
i printing plant which pollee The Soviet notes, similar to
Ile didn't believe there we r e spee,che ,,,, s. ,...,.
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i Soi aid had been' turning out
t
any : leading candidates lor his .,', 2. ,, s, ... t Union would not help You' Il? i t litary
military ;nswer to, the Commu- those delivered to the United
n s mi
threat '' f States and Britain. last week-end,
t ,war bonds" for the Com-, party's presidential, nomination. '.. villein' be said.: s ' '''' But he warned a g a i n s t the
), i,',, Ihunists and, for Fidel ,Cas, if Soviet P r e : "I' have., read these reporte. i.
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Saudi Arabia- n s appealed to the respective govern
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danger" of placing so
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as as cool as the onev e received 1 , 17 '
in three aglicultural tentera ,' he they said, until Russia answered 1 , ,,
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I 1 i : at Yale Umversity. rlames'Of Stars' the West's joint' 'memorandum of 1
' April' 1 proposing diplomatic talks
0 "-A rractured jaw shouid not pre- He 'told.Lewamen
1' t 'that Sin. aa ments when Hussein refused to
visited Monday. ., ,',.' .. t 15000 MoreJoin-
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, 1 rent anyone from reRorting tO PadYopt Egyptian-stv, le ,"rsitive neut. Moscow in the second half of $ and y,
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Ian F.', Kennedy D ,. Mails.) and
(11 bert B. MeV- tralism", at Jordan's reign pop,-11 ' 1 nn,,,,v.,,. n....ki,, A
bl resi- cy f ,' ta , ., Listeners began to melt away! as pril to pave the. ,way 11 '. Panama Canal Com an ''
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II ILKUITH 1.11,11.11 East-West summit conference. , ..
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-"b th ". ' 4 ,:' ',''' f ,f soon after-the started speaking. , ,
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ropp nr, e su to 3', Police finally-had to block off ,the --' 4,' ' '' -Z- ....... ."',.-.,A.,
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'': Crowe wh found Rat e Re es fine 'fellows.14 0, 7.,,,.,' .,t exits as more' people began to "OLLYWOOu (ur) Ilibi trike In Norway, TEMPERATURE: -.
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i ., 9 a I 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,..--...-7,--,------ Saudi Arabia was expected, here
. : gtility of violating the terms of .. . , , to withdraw its 5,000 to 7 000 move out of the stadium just be- brown ,book belonging to lain t,,'. ., al, ,,..., ,.. .. aa ..... 1,
, his 'probation. - ..4 ', ,,,, .1,..,, f ', .i , trobps which now are staioned' in f th nd f th h '
ore e e o e speec ,,, Johnny Stmpanato containing the 4, ,,OSLO., April 9 UP) A strike A'uw ' ' "I ', . '11
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Jordan: ,- :- ., t ., ' names and some telephone num num!
! num! bers of about "15 or 20" ,,- Holly-
f toflittiiill4i which has a ready paralyzed pub- HUMIDITY': , '', ..4
lid transportation was scheduled to High .-.... : 91 s' ',111 ''
that he spent 8010e time at San- The e
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11, late the 'terms of his probe- ;114- accent- -Then r1;11;s7;n7 -17- 07 17:c7all 1;77;;;- &talon: "The Tender Trani'. 11! 77.' --- I
I began on Good Fridav,,,,-

tiork; :me!! inciFaea, r.epor.9ng 1 r:1- :
..tu' an71;e' -deiree L from th! I driwn bv, their legitimate t;wne-rs: 'open next At n a y and run I There weri soome names of 1 Public schools and libraries will THURSDAY ipint:le

4 "4 4.'76" tua b I chili nf Iran tete i uesuity du-r!, 1 so It senamg out- onotner caul tuauui male acquaintances. out most or 1 1 1 1 Ififf 411111 WIC CILT 5 ga3, sup-1 -,--- 1

f7 4awl! FallaMa or, tne tat,: 1 F for them to sho-w up end get them.' r I those listed ere women.' I 't j I pijee cut or..by the. Walk9ut, High : Low AI
1 im"-getii.at-eli-iinnotineed she wolul 1

the Uniteo Arap .unuer 4ney inciunea Lsa isa banor, 1 ulunr, aupplica WALI IlUl LTC auevt- 1 ;aa 4.111 zus a.m.
;" tvas brought out in Court Ball to Those having checks' arl hrativi irection of Kathy ', Wilber and Ania Ekberg, MaH Blanchard, I ed. $;53 pan, ,." 2:47 p.m
tt:Latreyes did.bbth., ''"
dad Bonilla. cnarlea A. Bien. stars Charles Walsh, Shirley Anne Arlene Whelan.' June Alivson and - ,

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lie WI 11C,IjOVE20. Tor grant tar- t mns u'vv"" Alice Hinson and' Papa C -I Myer Kathy Kade and Earl Alm-1 Peggy' Connolly
1 Aue weautdut some,

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Aluv,,. --- 1 near MAU au sm.& I 1111! zeuer mr manum tr. 111.1 AraerVaLlUtin may um maur 111E6 BUNN lurner nv IPIPTHIIMITM Imtmmon,im 7 In in -s -at

Assist. Dist. Att.Morton Thom-1 1;f-14:lied ,t passage.' f0r Ne!N -: - I eallinr Balboa' 129it. her-for :.(1141-t; .A ii "0. F4 I :1,, .,: 11, Ilk ; r

' kon,,,also revealed that a, cheek ra,-0-ic-i,tlit'Esir Constitution, ----- 11 1 1 111 I-1,1 t ), 111111111A -W,111'1 ( : :,: 1 I

with the hospital failed to show
Cat Reyes had been hospitalized. aly
frig next Monday frOttli tienoa, , , , . 1 v ju A. a. Ji ja.
She reserved a return book book,
, book, pen if he had a broken law. n the liner's May 13 sailing t It
in, 0 ana s assiona e e ers To. Johnny
that wouldn't. immobilize him," PRICES! 1.00 P.50 ' SHOWS! 3.15 -6. 5 9.00 P M'
from New York.L 4 ,
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I.,ki ii months. ' !,, Shah had agreed to, arop a mum; so ,,,, ,& ,,,,,..,,,, ,10,..106,4 Rif i II i 14,011., ,v. ip 1,..41 1 I lin" ..,.. ,.... . .. ,
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''''i' i'' '''' ''. '' ' ' .' forbidding her 'to re-marrY in ex- ', - ,, , , I, .' :----, ---r m 7mm II; I 1., 1. I
t tO '' HOLLYWOOD' (UP)--Passionate' me CIOSO in your heart Siempre,I long you had been in my thoughts ,, ,
' '"'"""" 1"1""'. change for her promise
, '' write her memoris for' publni:ation love letters in : which film' star ,Zincarella." . .,. ,iso c'ompletelyi-- ,' ., , .. VI'&11!'; WnlilltIl.611'1 e
. "... In the United States or Europe). Lana Turner wrote her' ill-starred "Siempre"k Is a Spanish Word "Such a lonely day, Weatherwise, ,' ,
if, ,. A The 27.year.old soraya formally gangland: lover "How' dearly I meaning "always." and' yet' so alone all the ,- A ,
,I0DAY I (I
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vAlo1 ceased to be Queen of ;ran 'rues- love you, Angelo' werei ancloseu Another of the letters, post- littletender, dear thirta that we ' AA, , ' ,, A
)1,1411 daY bY the simPle act of accept- 'Tuesday, three days after he wee marked London,- and sent to "Mr. Usuany went thru on Sunday-- ., ., .. .
II ing the long lielayed divorce de- stabbed to death, by, her ,14-year, John Stompanato, 1021 ;Glendon were, somehow -- missing ., 1 r
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I prep which the Shah sent here by old daughtef. r --' ,-,, .--t" ''.1 Ave., Los Angeles," read in part A, ., I I
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failed to report to rt re ,' oti- 41 1.
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tik,o-orobation officer for the last oinndetrhels
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I -)aiwgilorbo,"o--------'-'" I crie which th Shan sent nere oy olo (laughter. 7. Ave., Los Angetes,'! resit tn pars, ,
I high-level couriers. ,, The letters were' published la a this morning your, preciotio 14 Letters In All
copyrighted article by the Los exciting letter arrived and '
' 1'22 1'55 418 811 734 9'07 I .Iranian Justice Minister Mo Moi
i Moi ' tivmmed Ali Hedayati and Brig. Angeles Evening Herald -- Ex- quick Jotting 'this tO You to tell It was Cohen who dieloPd Linn

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eis. They were4ritten from vad you I adore the wiy you write 'had Ivritten 14 omu-shr-i- 4
PI Gen. Nenatollah Nissirf flew here ler I 1 , I

- 4. from Tehran to present the dt" -rioul0 parts of Europe to 32-year- and all the truly beautiful things' letters" to.Stompanato 'ind who ,,A
t , 1 1 vorce .clocuments.v The reluctant
' "" '-' '' ''' ' Shah had finally forced himself to
I old Johnny Stompanato,' I o m e you say to the ,-- so pleas. please lalso revealed Cheryl Crane, Miss ',
dated in the early fall 'and others Dearest continue.' .,. Turner's daughter, had written, . V Clit E, I
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in the winter. - ,t ,l'I'll..close now love, will write two letters to Stompanato that N c. r Lj
1 -...4 :1 ',,' -- 1 signthe papers ntienareely a momn
i NO
'1 17 ''''' ''' after he had anno d his seven- ,
,-, -0-, year-old marriage to Soraya WaS
omapana o was oni e sic ave o a lee a a e r
St t' stabbed' once t 1 ( ) h t go to n t were "like hosb d ught t'
with an eight ,trick butcher knife ing now with the dir. writers etc- would write a father."' ,0"--k, h..
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1
, ., ,.. 4f I ended., ,' :. '' last Friday night in Miss Turner's know how dearly I love you Angel Cohen emphasized "there Wag ,
i
1 ,,, 7:!".'ik," 11 ''. 4 Soraya formally' assumed the swank Beverly i Hills home. ',- The -cuitado y baci, baci -.hold me no ,r0Maatie connection" in thel v ''.. 1
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i ---; ,-,, -,-- ,,,,'t p ,:r,t title e: her highness, Princess'So- actress since has said that she Dear-ttover;4," ,, , letters, from Cheryl, daughter of g' s,,,, ', .. 1
ai g) C' e
., '' '' ''''" .' .:'' raya Esfandiari when she accept acceptStseapidhnhe
Stseapidhnhe acceptStseapidhnhe was trying to break off with Stom, ',, , ,, the long-time movie queen and ,,,, '
I 1 ''''''' '4: :)" .. 7 ed the divorce. docunients shortr
..,,, ,'" ,',,, ,', ty after noon at the Iranian .Em-,
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Addressed,. Ta,..1.L. ,, recsoauhreann,tewehro
C,rcaonueld 'not 1 ' i .,,.. : ' ss ,' t" us' ' ' I
bassy here. Her lather, Khalil Es mobstter fMrimckeery txxiCobegun,arsdnt the3s7
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he haOursued her to Europe and Another envelope postmarked be :at Stompanato's funeral ih 1: , '''oe .' "." OC
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,, fandiari, is' Iran's, ambassador to, Mexico'. L l , Paddington; addressed to Mts. Wdodstock, II, Wednesday, be- i ';,.! ''' 1 ,, ,.., , ....
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i -,, .,s' West Germany. '4 .', l' Love '''' ' ' Mildred Turner and marked "Air Cause of another court appearance, -' ,,,. 't ',,,) 4 s''' Lii iror,",
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, im tined' that II4 "- ,. ,
1 ) ,,,, I The embassy' a o ,, ,, mail private for J.S.", included a said one of the 'letters from the , ,,, i r Is,.. -t ', si n kJ LJOV II ;
1 ,..,,,, 1 Soraya would be accompanied on ',
' Prefesies Love 4 letter dated Dec. 26. , 14-year-old girl started: ','Poppa -. ' ,-,.' ''''''' ,; -,
f ber trip to the United States by , ... .,
', ,,t ,,,,, It read, in part, "Christmas. is John."' ., , : ,
her mhther, Countess Estandiari,
' B t i'h'f-'letters published bY finally over for Cherie 'and me. The girl late Friday night told
, u e I : '.
' ENNIFER
,, 1 and her brother, Bigan.
E ort the Herald Vspress lneluded one ,
I must say tt was very wonderful 'Police Chief Clinton Anderson that .
' -. In Genoa, an Amencan sp d
I missile dated44Thurs. morn. 't::,0
, and full of love and understand- she had stabbed her t Mother's' 1 i- ,." t
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