The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Ureening ,Ar
NEW YORK (UP) .'rhoughts
for greening April: -
The great state of Oregon has
a move on to reforest the Side Sidewalks
walks Sidewalks of New York. In an early
come-on for the.state's 1959 cen centennial
tennial centennial celebration, en Oregon
beer company ran an advertise advertisement
ment advertisement here offering to send free to
New Yorkers an Oregon do 4, It Ityourself
yourself Ityourself kit: a fir tree with direc directions
tions directions for planting.
According to latest figure,
around 5,309 persons have asked
nrthem:- The ,trees: each about
eight inches long, are packaged
in plastic for shipping, but the di directions
rections directions warn against tinting

PANAMA, 11.,P., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 19511

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r 77)111:St Iiungary, April
1. 10 I r)--russian Premier Ni Nik;
k; Nik; A ; hrwhehev said today th'
.:ues of imperialist reac reaction"
tion" reaction" have failed to' split the
, friend ,tip of Russia land Hun HunHe
He HunHe said there hav4'. been ono
ences or disputed issues
dun, .r his visit to the satellite
Country. 4
The communist leader made
the statement in a short speech
ht the airport as he ;boarded a
IttISSian TU-104 jet to return to
, Moscow alter an eight-day,visit
Iiun7ary. T
, Ile said talks with Ilungarian
, rommunist party leader Janos
1Cadar and other officials have
, clearly shown our complete
identIty of views on all questions
reht -,,- to the home and foretell
polie, ,s pursued by the 1J.S.S,R.
and T'Ungary.'''
"r; ere have been uo differ differ'
' differ' enees or disputed Issues," he
Ithrustichev said thal upon re rethrninl
thrninl rethrninl to Moscow the soviet
)11 would comply with
, -arlan working peoples'
Lam t" and tell the RUSSiall
tern that "In the llungarian
t'e rovIrt peorle halte

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Cont ibutions to the r ecent
Ilealth' Agency and Joint Crusade
campaigns are now beiog tabulat tabulated,
ed, tabulated, t
p 4
A 'joint announcement today by
!spokesmen for- the organizations
Concerned stated that only about
: :ten per cent of contribution envel envel.,
., envel., ',lopes had actUally been opened and
: tabulated. t 1
Contributions td the 1..ancer and
Tuberculosis agencies are being
Itabulated free of chargd by the Na Na,.
,. Na,. tional City Bank, The Chase Man Man'batten
'batten Man'batten Bank -is 'doing the "same
thing for contributions' to CARE
!and the Joint Crusade for Free Free'.
'. Free'. dom.
' The campign for funds for these
lorganizations ended last Saturdav,
lin many cases keymeniwere ask ask;
; ask; el not to send in contribution en en''velopes
''velopes en''velopes in driblets but IA, send
r them in a big batch-whdnever pos.
sible to ,maket, for, overill ease of
- 'handling, ,
'
- 'As soon. as tabulationi are coin-,pleted,the
agencies wilt announce
0 :their collections. ,

,- 1 Operating a motor boat without
, a, license to do so brought Gerald
'.. Malden Coffey; 22-year-old Ameri AmeriI
I AmeriI can, into Balboa Magistrate's
- !Conti yesterday He was fined 515.
- I Speeding. 50 m.p.h. in a 40-mile
. 1tone on Thateher Highway ended
tin a fine of $10 for NIC0123 Ardi Ardi,
, Ardi, ite Barletta, 48, Panamanian.
Driving a truck with lour peo people
ple people sitting in the front seat instead
of the maximum legal number .of
three resulted in the,arrest of Mi MiInorfo
Inorfo MiInorfo Troetsch, 26, 'Panamanian.
He Wa fined SUL' On a n o't h e r
Icharge, that of having no driver's
incense, he received, a ,auspended
sentence. -. '.,.
Potter Proclaims
''''Po'n.Ame'ricati D'ai,
- 'Schools, churches,- civic organi;
1
;zations and all residents of t h e
'Ilt,'Canal Zone have been -.urged by
1Gov. W. E. Potter to observe Pan
lAmerican Day and Pan American
!Week with ceremonies particular particulartly
tly particulartly appropriate here as evidence
, ,of bur close neighborly relation relationship
ship relationship with the Reptiblic of Panama.
In a nroclamation issued this
- week, the Governor also called at atf!
f! atf! tention to the nroclamation issuer!
r bv President Eisenhower in which
73tOnday, April 14, was desie:nated
as Pan American Day and the. pe per;o4
r;o4 per;o4 from Anril 14 10 April 20 as
Pan American Week.

reliable and' loyal ally in ,the
struggle for happiness and.a bet better
ter better life, for the building of so socialism
cialism socialism and communism, and fqr
universal peace' ;'.
,
"Should'anyone again try to
bar its way, the working class
antd the Hungarian working peo people
ple people will give the enetny a deserv deserved
ed deserved rebuff )and, once more de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate t that the proletarian
dictatorship existed: exists and
will continue to exist 'in Hun Hungarr,
garr, Hungarr, he concluded..

pi.a.mi,.:400.4bh
Belleved..Aiiid::

At Perez Jimenez.
MIAMI BEACH, April 10 (UP)
LDetectives- theorized today that
a dynamite blast 'which, damaged
the home of a Miami Beach mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire may have been intended
fer, an estate just purchased by
former Venezuelan President) Mar Marcos
cos Marcos Pirez Jimenez.
The blast occurred yesterda at
the plush home of Sam Kay, weal wealthy
thy wealthy real estate developer. The Kay
bOrnp i$ next door to the elabor elaborate
ate elaborate Ray Dod,e eAaie, which Pe Perez
rez Perez jimenex boc,,,ht yestc ay for
an estunatod $1u0,0Q0.
No, one was injured ancr dam damage
age damage was minor, according ,to po police,
lice, police, ;, '
"Sheriff's department,:ikestlgat department,:ikestlgators
ors department,:ikestlgators said there was a p ssibility
the 'bombing was connected ,P in.
some way with political unrest ,in
Latin America or Cuba. Kay, who
has extensive, financial interests
In Cuba, left for Cuba Soon ..after
the explesion.
Mrs. Dodge confirmed yesterday
that Perez Jimenez has ligned
preliminary papers to purchase
the Dodge estate. However, the
Dodges have not moved out. 'Pe 'Perez,Jimenez
rez,Jimenez 'Perez,Jimenez 'joined his wife and
children here several days ago,
and has been living under police
protection in a hotel.
, Kay told detectives te 'had re received
ceived received no threatening letters' nor
phone calls. However,' he laid he
knew "huhdred persons" whe
could have done it but decined tO
name any specific suspects. ;
Kay vita in the building at the
dme of the explosion, with his sonin-law,
Sydney Thal,, a brother,
Aaron Kay, and a housekeeper

The arrival in the Canal Zone
of Lt. Gen, Ridge ly Gaither, the
new' Com Mender in Chief of the
Caribbean Command, scheduled
for 4 p.m., today at Albrook Air
Force Base bas been delayed 24
hours,..the command headquarters
announced today. :
This unavoidable delay ht de departure
parture departure from the United States'of
Gen and Mrs, Gaither will move
the planeside welcome to .4 p.
tomorrow and the Joint honor
gUard ceremony scheduled for 9;30
a.m. tomorrow has been rescind rescindtiled
tiled rescindtiled for the same hour on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. 4''
In annotincing the change in
dates for these two scheduled ev events,
ents, events, Headquarters Caribbean Com
mand' emphasized that the formal
,reception for the Gaithers at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess
will be held Saturday at 7 p.m, as
Originally, planned. ,
Pa' ul Rtinnestiand':

To Take' Spanish
Course In Mexico

.1)aul M:Runnestralid; n
Zone executive secretary, will
leave the Isthmus by plane early
tomorrow morning for' Mexico Ci City
ty City where he will take a 16-week
course in Spanish in the State De Department
partment Department Foreign Service Insti Institute
tute Institute in Foreign Languages.
He will be joined in Mexico City
next month by Mrs. Runnestrand
Rnd their 'two children and later
in the summer will spend I 0 e
titre pt his home in Minnesota.
Diri0: his phsenee-F. (1.-Duitsmoor,
administrative asistant to
the Governor an,1 deputy execu executive
tive executive secretary, will act

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GASOLINE PRICES went 00V11
today following notification yes yesterday
terday yesterday by local oil company dis distributors
tributors distributors that their had been a
drop in export prices.'
The price regulating office
headed by Prank Morrice Jr. im imthediately
thediately imthediately pegged the retail price
of 87 octane gasoline at 33 cents
per. gallon and the high cost 95
octane gas at 38 cents, a drop of
one and two oents, respectively.

A tabloid daily has reported
that a contract to install a
powerful television station is
about to be signed between a
private company and the gov goviarnment...The
iarnment...The goviarnment...The tame of the
company was not revealed.
The report-said the station
would be installed here and
would 'cover the entire Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus.

Father lose Irrancidco de' Gua Guadalupe
dalupe Guadalupe Mojicawho was known
as just plain-Jose Mojica before
he gave up a 'singing and movie
career to become ? a monk, is
scheduled to arrive here Satur Saturday
day Saturday to attend. the inauguration
of a radio series dramatilzing
his autobiography over the Span Spanish
ish Spanish language 144 (Network)
Panamericanaw ,

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r:13rrti T,14
1,,,,41, now engan I in IT:- -1.
terlog all raziamAthan
in order to issue inew eedulast
As reportedly encountering fals
statement on 'some of the
- plications filled: out by pietri pietri'
' pietri' bets of the female sex.
It seems that tht damsel's are'
not too eager tct have their real
ageX appearing on a public docu document
ment document and have been taking' off
a few years. However. a check of,
the record against the applica application
tion application usually reveals, the facts,
and the aPplicants are being re-,
'called to fill out new'sapplication
: ,

How. fast a tank-traller,would
have to be going. to turn cvcr
was one of the questions being
considered today In a two-hour
session at the Balboa zgagia zgagiatrate's
trate's zgagiatrate's Court.. :
The case involved a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian driver, Luis A. Ameglio, 22,
who was charged with failure to
control speed ept a vehicle On.
turn, ,
,
,
-The incident which led up to
the charge occurred on Brula
Road at the Intersection of
Thatcher Highway at, noon on
April 2. ,,, -1
1 Sixteen toni Of crude oil were
being transported ,Int the tractor
tank-trailer whetl It turned over
to the left, spilling most of the
oil on the highway.
The driver, who works or the
Btandard Oil Company, 'claimed
In court that he wasn't going
fast enough to' have caused the
trailer to turn over,
1
The police alleged he was trav traveling
eling traveling about 35 miles an hour.
They called on an expert witness
front, the Corral, machinist Ern Ernest
est Ernest Clibbs,,who testified that the
heavy vehicle would have to be
traveling at about ,35 miles an
1hour to turn the way it did.
I ', The Balboa Magistrate found
the defendant not guilty:

to. al,
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' A total of 345 applicants have
qualified in preliminary tests
for the forthcoming examina examination
tion examination for retail store sales clerks
and related -positions in the
Canal organization; it was an anflounced
flounced anflounced ''today :at the Parann Parannnel
nel Parannnel Bureau.
eiamination td 'establish
s, register of qualified personnel
for retail store sales and relat related
ed related positions will be held next
Thursday, April 17, with .,tests
being conducted at 'the Paralso
and Rainbow City high schools.
'Applications for preliminary
testing are' still being swept swepted
ed swepted and those who qualify will
be ,admitted to the principal
examinalton. The prelinfinarr
tests have teen conducted'
since March' 31 'at the Labor4.
Offices In Balboa and Cristo-,

moaloon..4,

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Le;tiires On : Bicycle'',

Aseriee ot, lectures on bicycle'
safety are ,now being given, in
the Canal Zone schools by Sgt.
Jack F., Morris of the Balboa Po Police
lice Police Headquarters in connection
with, the Boy Scouts 'of America
Sat etr program. for 1958.,
,
s the IectIlres vere stIrted this
wr-': an w111
schools bota sidcs of ti) I
Isthmus all during the month pi'
v.. 4.
..
As part, of the annual bicycle'
Safety 'program ,'sponsored I
the Canal Z011e retiee, the
' tures will be supplemented br
a series of bicycle safety classes'
which'will by started Saturda3r,'
The first class Meeting 4v111' be
held, in. the Personnel Training
Center on Corozo Street, in Bal Balboa.'4The
boa.'4The Balboa.'4The second will be given,
Saturday. April 19, in the Diablo
parking area west of, the Diablo
Service', Center. 4 Me third 'is
scheduled for April 26 in Los Rios
on 'Ancon Street west of tt e
playground area. and the fourth
will be 'held May 3 on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side, , ,
These classes are' being .cOn

'

ts have hal under the direction of the t
y tests Employment and Utilization
,amina- ,
s clerks A quota of 385 applicants has
in the been established for the exam examvas
vas examvas an- inations,' next ,week arid it is
Person- expected this quota wilV be
ness Friday.' -,", '
reached by the close of bust bust.
. bust.
stablish
'rsonnel "i There were 170 individuals
relat- who have already taktn the
ld ,next keliminary examinations in
,,tests Cdstobal,' with 121 qualifying.
Paralso The number of applicants on
schools. the Pacific Side totaled 281 up
to Wednesday,-, of ,,whom' 22
minary were qualified. y,,,
Ify will ," 'The examinations are selled4
incipal tiled for- 9 o'clock next thurs,
m:nary' day morning and it has been
'ducted' announced that ,none' will be,
Labor4., admitted atter the starting
Cristo-, hour.

ducted', again this year by Sgt.
Walter Alves,' of the Balboa Po Police
lice Police District, who will glve bicycle
owners art 'actual demonstration
Of the rules of the' road, signal signaling,
ing, signaling, safety in traffic and other
practices which'Promote (safe bi.
cycle riding in the Can4 Zone;
t enfl of the series bt bi-,
cy( le s,,,ety classes, bicycle own ownAer3
Aer3 ownAer3 wbo have attended and
passed a 'brief, oral test, 'will be
awarded, safety :
During' ifte,,'Inonth of May
members'of the Explorer Scouts
assisted, by members of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zdne Fire Division, will make
art inspection of bicycles in each
Canal Zone townsite. At the
same time strips of red and sa saver
ver saver reflector tape will be placed
on the handle bars, 'front fork
and rear fendert of each bicycle,
As an extra said? precau precau'
' precau' tion owners will be given an'.
opportunity to register the se-
rialnumber and a description
of their bicycles: This Informa Information
tion Information will be filed by the Canal
Zone police for use in event of
- loss or, theft. 4"' :

yerthrov
,

PARIS, April '10 (11P).Fall-
ure of :the Anglo-ArderIcan
"good offices"' team to end the A
Franco-Tunisian disphte and a a
rising tide of, labor, difficulties
,brought new threats today to
the government of Premier Fe Felix
lix Felix Gaillard. g, :
Conservative 'deputies put '-
Cilhtd ,on fresh' notice they ei
w:atld overthrow him -,at the L:
ftrst' sign of .,"appie gement" 'it "1
trying trke end the. Tunisian St
'stalemate ven though the Na Natonal
tonal Natonal Assembly Easter recess
dOes not end 'until April 29. tf
Diplomatic; :observers and
newspapere 'Wrote off the
Anft,lo-American good ,,officos ig
mission as aq failure,', and
most blamed the failure 'on F.
the Tunisians. The ,lettist
newspaper Liberation said ni
the British 't and : Americhn r
diplomats would have been
sorcerers if they had succeed- 'to
.s
- Foreign Minister Christian tv
Pineau called the National As- tx
sembly's foreign affairs com, 01
mittee into sessiort this morn,-
ing to tell why the mission had
broken down. Pineau and, Gail- 01
lard', conferred for six lours it
yesterdAy with Robert. D. ,Mur- I
phy of the 13. State Depart- g
ment and Harold Beelc7 rd
Hritish Foreign Officeo- e
The peace mission raprpeared
to have fouhdered" on Tunisian sj
President HablyBourgulba's re refusel
fusel refusel to actepr a'French pro propsal
psal propsal for" heOtral control, of ir
the Algerlan-Funislail border. al
France charges thaz Tunisia sl
has sent' aid across the border ri,J
to the Algerian tebeht;
,

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IKE NAMES NALL
, WASHINGTON (UP)President
Eisenhower yesterday designat
ed former !Walken National
Chairman Leonard W, Hall as his
personal representative. to deliver
a message to Xint Baudouin of
Begium lit the opening of 'the
Brussels World Fair., April ,,17.
The ,Willte House' said Hall will
carry to the Belgin, king, the
President's greetings and best
wishes In a personal message,

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'
STATE FENERAL-ringh .gOvernineht''OMdial' 'serve as pallbearers duringtthe funeral of fanner
'President Alcibiades Arosemena, who died 'Tuesday night several days 'after suffering aoleart
attack. Thousands of Panamanians' frOirl'alt Walks of life attended the 19.st rites held yesterday,
morning over,the iemains of the fignierPresident, who' served from. May ;1951-.Until October
1952. His last CgliCial post wa Ambassador 'to France and Spain.' ''"

them under' marquees and cul culverts
verts culverts since .they, grow to be goo
feet tall (in 200 yeans). What a
prospective fir, piece for Times
Square. .
' Wilbur, our office grouch, cele celebrated
brated celebrated the onset of spring with a
commercial brainwave. "I know,"
he saidi' "how someone in the
florist business can make mil million
lion million dollars, if he wt11 justlet on
the ballbring onto the market
quick-frozen flowers that you .can
store- in your-lreezer.and use idl
years around in the home
, Sign of the times: A newspaper

in 'Tehran pulled two April Fool
hoaxes in its columns. The first,
which got a' big response from
readers and eyen Iranian officials,
claimed that a' shepherd's wire in
,remote village bed given birth
to sextuplets, 4
But the second, it said, '''aPparJ.
ently escaped unnoticed." That
one merely reported that. t b e
United States had sent a rocket
to the moon and that Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Ebrushchey had sent con congratulations
gratulations congratulations .to President, Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. In Iran, evidently, the big
Sputnik satellite spectacular is
teginning to slip in the audience

Imes ,,clua re
ratings. ...; 1 4 ,.. 1
, In ,New York City, tests show
an increase in radioactive fall-out
of almost 50,'per cent in 0, 1957.
Wherefore' 11 Robert Loveman,
author of "April Rain,' had lived
'till now,' maybe he would have
written it something like this;
It it not raining rain to me,
It's raining strontium-90;
In every dimpled drop I see
Hot dustbut mild, bentgnty.
' health unto'the happy!
A lig for him who mope'sr
It is not raining rain to we,
It's raining isotopes. ', ,

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WSI-lINGTON;APril:10 (UP1,-7 President Eisenhow---
er, with an 'eye on the returning Congress; will continue
his' offensive against further drastic. anti...recession mea-
sureS, administraton leaders predcted tadriy.y,'
These 'sources said ,the President wa'appribinsive,
the, law-maers will descend'on the capital next;week'in
a mood to slaih,taxes.quickl.
The Chief Executive v;as understood to'be
ing ,stiggestians,thatlie go directli'to the:people' with a
plain-spoken waining that hasty' tax: reduction and
duly large federal spending might bring' oninflation More
painful than the current reCession : :
The People'etight to be told and D., R A
told again that a saving of a few e
eave's
o erto ',,
dollars in taxes each ,,m ontb
wouldn't be noticed if we are push 1,-
edoneintotop taidtmigihntistirnatitalotinonottiscriaeleztolid" t
the, United fresst , :

,
The iPresident 'fias not decided
on a direct approach to The pub public
lic public via the obvious television
Speech route. He probably will not.
give the matter extended consider considertai.ou
tai.ou considertai.ou moll he' and tits 'Lad 'Laders
ers 'Laders read the temperature of the
Ilous(t and Senate following the
spring recess.
' 't
Codgress, after 10 days of
ing ,tio the folks' at home, will re resumel
sumel resumel sessiOns April 14. Members
should bave no difficulty in a;cert a;cert'
' a;cert' aining that -this is the adminis adminisAration's
Aration's adminisAration's up-to-date position on the
recession:
TA7tES No reAon to make a
degision to tas reduction now or
possibly for Weeks. 11,such a deci-
siom is reached, late Nay seems
the -earliest probable tiros, ;
WORKS. This Is no
time for a big program. Stu e h
things mOve too anwly ,to ease un unemployment
employment unemployment and, stimulate buid buidness
ness buidness in less than several months.
, DEFICIT Experts dbn't hope
for ,much lower than a two billion
&Atari federal delicit this fiscal
yeal7much more in-1959 and tor
years to come if CongreSs conti continues
nues continues to appropriate large amounts
o turn the economy upward.-.-
' WAGES AND PRICES Re Restraint
straint Restraint on the part of business and
labor is indicated. Business parti particularly
cularly particularly can do a lot more to help
itself with better salesmanship,
,.EccoOnNgrOeMss
more attractive price policies and
offering more 'attractive good s.
,Labor should consider new 'wage
demands in the light of what they
'might-do to prices. 4
elNan .11G2pIeRdNuclelEtNbre
deficit by going along with admi administration
nistration administration suggestions for savings
in government operation.
,
, Above all the administration line
is to keep calm, avoid whipping
up public expectation of a tax wind
fall and examine economic sign-,
posts with the least possible roliti rolitieat
eat rolitieat slant 4difficult to expect of a any
ny any political faction in an electicn
Year.'

l 101
Pteraln:ry,t;c,.
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Prelim nary work on the instar instarlittion
littion instarlittion of the air conditioning sys.,
tem and the modernization of th
Administration Building at Balboa
Heights will be started immediate immediately,,
ly,, immediately,, according to Hayward r3rool
Win, Project Manager for Huff.,
man,.Wolfe Southern Corp. of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga.i- who arrived on the
Isthinus this week.
- He said that the air conditioning
machinery, which consists main mainly,of
ly,of mainly,of four I25-horse power com compressor
pressor compressor and a central water chill chilling
ing chilling system,. will arrive here with
ln six or eight weeks.
Its installation in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building will require another
six weeks during which time the
Installation of ductwork for the dis
tribution of shined air and other
work in connection with
conditioning and modern,. A',:on of
the building will bo in rro,o-oqq.
: Goodwin will be in (1.,u tl.e
4roject until its comrlet. A some some'
' some' time next year.

fli:'.11oiltei.

, Lwow, Aprir 10
parbiag PanamaluanvkAmbit tior
to Britain-1)r. itoberlo Arias ha4
an unexpected extra hpur with 114
britisn ballet star Dame Mar Margot
got Margot Fonteyn, last night when tus
airliner was delayeu...,
Arias, who was leaVing for Burs Bursseis
seis Bursseis his waY back to rabama
ter serving nearly three years
here, told newsmen at London airs
port "of course I'm -sorry to no
Leaving." s4.

"But I-can say nothing more
, about my resignation.it's entire entire,
, entire, iY Politocal,", be added. -,
clis wife was net travelling with
him.
'I mill be back in two or, three
weeks because I have business in
Germany at the end of the month,',
he, ,'.
, He refused to make any pred;c pred;ctions
tions pred;ctions about his or his wife's viers.
"tam normalli domiciled in Pa
nama;" he said,- 4',My wife h. s
commitments here right iip ur' I
November and alter that I e-e-- ,t
say, I shall be travelling a 4, ,t
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the Isthmus yesterday,
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' r7.7.)1117ST, Uungary, APzil re a e an in the of 87 octane gasoline at 33 cents
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Tile 'eXamination td ',establish , , k: , ; "good Tres)" team to ,end' the ..: , .1
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', '' ki- A -',", hrushchey sa,id today th ter life, for the building of so
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t h 1 .--h- -h- m- e of Sam- Kay, weal- -, ,- 7, le with, the Boy Scouts 'of Am safet in traffic and other
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sat tr'Program t0r 1958 prattices whichPromote safe bi..
) k cYcle riding inthe Canal Zone, yesterday with Robert D ,Mur- lic via the obvious television , , ,
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hemp is !lex r. pby of the 11.8:State Depart- give the matter extended consider- Lwow A ,, -,
-,e c,t,lie which 1-c ,,,,,,.. 1,,, ,..,e ora- 11
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o ram Dr. Aoherto Arinq hnel
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children here- several days ago, : t ; , ,, OM V iteC VULIMI. .1 3113 loALA A IA AO LIVII UWIACI IS WU BOV 0,1,.. mast ::,Cr. .., ..-.15, ..".........as vL
and has been living under police j ,a F D scheduled tor April 26 in Los Rios opportunity to register the se-- Be'gium ., lit the opening of 'the
VI let "1 on 'Ancon Street west of At e riahnumber and a description Brussels World Fair '' April 417.
.7410 rt,,s riii,r
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protection in a hotel. ' -
, Kay told detectives lie lad re received
ceived received no threatening letters' nor ti I Lb,- will be held May 3 on the Atlan- tion will be filed by the Canal carry to the Belgin, king, the
'''' tic side tr. ' zone police for use in event of President's greetings and b e s t
I T 41 ' wishes tri a personal message ',,'"'
phone calls. However,' he laid he 1,11, I tili4 rLi wr
,, ,, These classes are' being ,C011- AOSI or, theft. 4"' , :
knew a,' "huhdred persons", whe ,
could have done it but declined to 11Fich --t'lurt'd '' : ' '
0,ihl iv 0,,,,.....,...g ow ,..opmar,i1n11,11,111'11..1.,,M,vme4P.V.P.0,1r Ir., WoltMasopeamwe, towN, lirioffirmrommow 1' ..0, 11.0,.4.04'
name any specific suspects. ; .., 0 i
Kay waa in the building at the -, 1 ,
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time of the explosion, with his SOn- Bow. fast a tank-traller,would , I
in-law, Sydney Thal,, a brother, have to be going. to turn over 1
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; r-- ,' of Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, the the charge occurred .on Brula ;
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' This unavoidable delay ht de- tank-trailer when It turned over ,,,, I fall and examine econonue sign sign-
- sign- Operating a motor bdat without parture from the United States'of to the left, spilling mostof the I Cal slant 4difficult to expect of a--
, a, license to do so brought Gerald Gent,. And Mrs. Gaither will move oil on the highway.,
.', 'Walden Coffey; 22-year-old Ameri- the planeside welcome to ,,4 P. !the driver, who works 9r the ' Year.""
'Can, into B alb o a Magistrate's tomorrow and the Joint h on or 4,
!Court yesterday He was fined 515. guard ceremony scheduled for 9;30 Standard Oil Company, 'claimed
in 'court that he wasn't going
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courteous, kind. and considerate, However. did "Resident Alien"

- Upon reading the article by "Resident Alien" in the -Mail
, Box, April 3, I- would like to enter my comment. :
' It is agreed that a few of the GuardiaNacional are very
courteous, kind, and considerate, However, did "Resident Alien"
v know of several other Incidents occurring around Panama almost
daily that few see tmd not many more hear-about.
Take for instance the time when a man (MI.) sat In a 'well 'well,
, 'well, known bar in Panama' City, peacefully having lc few before
, returning to camp. He had been sitting In the same place for
about three hours when in walk two of the "respected" Guardia.
: They placed, themselves on either side of the rnan and escorted
bim to the sidewalkk outside. .Upon asking the reason for aP aPprehension
prehension aPprehension the man was unmercifully beaten by the Guardia
, ,witk,their. feared- nightsticks. The man, knocked unconscious,
, : fell to the sidewslk where he svas maliciously kicked about the
head and body by both Guardia& This man was really a kid of
A 19. about 130 lbs. and about 5 feet 5 inches tall, whereas the
Guardia averaged 175 lbs., 5 feet 10 inches tall, and 30 Years pld.
He was charged with disturbing ,the peace and the favorite,
disrespect tti a Guardia Nacional, netting a 340 fine plus the
1 beating and spending the night in' the cooler awaiting tzial
; "Justice" at lts hest! -'
4 Or of the thne when a ,man was driving' on the Trans
Isthmian Highway and stopped tor speedLng by a Guardia sitting
: on a parked motorcycle. HOWeVer, not knowing how fast the
I man was speeding, nor caring. Upon stPpping the driver was
' -asked to present his driver's license. When the Guardia opened
the license a five-dollar bill blew out. It Was quickly retrieved
;by the Guardia, and with much dignity placed in his pocket, at
'the same time that he handed back the license to the driver.
then proceeded to his 'motorcycle and rode off as ,the driver
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,stared from the license to the disappearing figure of the Guardia
)12.1 bewilderment Various times the "honest". Guardia has been
-;"bought off" on !hailer occasions,
' Has "Resident Alien" ever' heard of such Oisalice and
dishonesti in the ranks or the Guardia Nacional? If tot,,ask a
' few of the -long-time residents) of the Uri and the. Republic,
and your ears Will burn... ,
--But as I said before, there are a few of the honest, courteous,,
And considerate in the Guardia NaciOnal. Praise be to these,few.
" Perturbed Gringo
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' DIVERGENT VIEW
1 To Toretin Minister Boyd:
I have ,noted your silly protests regarding the Canal Zbne
Credit Union, the operations of the Tivoli Guest House, and
today (April 7) your diatribe concerning the sale of silver and
. so-talled luxury items by the commissaries and post exchanges.
', nit afternoon a young boy, the son of a' United States
;citizen employed by the Panama Canal Company, came to mY
home soliciting orders for greeting cards. am telling you this
so that you may promptly dispatch a protest to our embassy
charging this young boy with violating the sacred treatybetween
your country and mine. certainly would not Put such absurd
f:, action beyond you, judging from your recent representations:
As to your latest protest the sale of silver and- jewelry: why
don't you open your eyes and take the time to read some of the
i language or the treaty which is so simple a' Child can understand
'' it For,example, Mr. Minister, take a look at Article III Of the
Treaty of 1936, part of which quote as follows: a
(1) The sale to individuals of goods imported into the
Canal Zone or purchased, produced or manufactured therein by
the Government of the United States of America shall be limited
I, by it to the persons included in classes (a) and (b) of section 2
of this Article; and with regard to persons included in classes
(c), and (e) of the said section and members of their
families, the sales above mentioned shall be made only when
such persons actually reside in the Canal Zone. a
a. For mY purposes, Mr. Minister, shall quote only clauses (a)
a, land (b) at section 2 to whom unrestricted sales may be made as
; follows:
(a) Officers, employes, workmen, or laboreri in the service
or employ of the United States of America, the Panama Canal or
; ;the Panama Railroad Company, and members o( their families
: actually residing with them; a
, t (b) Members of the armed forces of the United States of
, 'America and members of their families 'actually 'residing with
them. '
Nowhere in thi three principal treaties' (1903, 1936, and 1955)
'with Panama will you find that the 'class of goods which' may
Le sold is restricted in any manner; the restriction applies only
' t3 the clus of individual to whom such sales may be made. The
' !commissaries and post exchanges can legally sell the-very highest
riced jewelry, cameras, silver, diamonds, watches, and any other
1. Atury-type merchandise they desire to persons enumerated
' pta ) and (b) above. To repeat, the restriction pplies to
il,dividuals to whom sales may be made, and not in any case to
kind of merchandise which stores on the Canal Zone may
E :1 to those who have such salestore privileges.
treaty standpoint, Mr. Minister, the Motor TranspOr TranspOr-
- TranspOr- From a
Division of the Panama Canal can import into the Canal
r --z! and sell automobilesto United States citizens employed by
, ,3vetiiitient ort theXanal Zone, irrespective of. where they
and to any citizeh resident of the Canal Zone if he is
c :,!-,yed- by the sovernment of the United States. And except
, I sn Executive Order issued in 1935 (which can be revoked by
, ','t!,Ice of the pen), the government of the Canal Zone can
ft into the Canal Zone any and all tyPes of alcoholic
1 -es for resale to those entitled to commissary or salestore
Minliter; I Suggest you read your treaties and know
t you, speak before sldnning your ignorance any further.
,ct that you 'have been lead into this ignoble meu by a
, 1 of mercenaries.disgruntled because they cannot meet the
a talon of the commissaries and salestores who sell their
Itandlse at a reasonable markup. ;, --,
Although Our State Department is known as an invertebrate,
e -Nally in this area, as regards standing up for the rights of
-,zens, suspect that you are in for a hard-time inyour
s ot recent protests. bet you lose. It will be interesting
atch and see who is right. Heads I win; tails you lose.
Wbuz Wright ,

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, ly VICTOR RIESEL
On Apr Fool's day three men
marcheu into the counting house
off the Teamsters national palace
and counted all its moneysome
$40,000,000. They ,were the union's
trustees, doing their copstituaon copstituaonal
al copstituaonal duty, The three men are little
known and seldom discussed. The
reports are they told Teamo pre president
sident president Jim Mafia, as the union's
constitution decrqs, that all is
well.
,
Ono of the thrito guardlnas is
yachtsman Ray Cohen, a gsnial
sport of the Florida and Now
Jersey coastsdoponding on the
-season. But Mr. Cohen may miss
sotto days of boating, for ha has
a date with th McClellan Com Committee
mittee Committee come when the
probrropin the first of a now
series ci! hearings.
Brother Cohen is no stranger to
the Committee havh:tg testified
briefly twice last fall. Had it not
been for. something he snapped at
the investigators, I would not now
add to his travail.
What he said reflected th split
personality and sheer lack of real.
ism displayed by all the '', tough
men who have stepped down from
that witness chair. He said, in ef effect,
fect, effect, what's the government dig digging
ging digging intb lir realm for.- Cohen
told the Committee that If was
conducting "a 'general inquisition
into my personal affairs."
' nix came-when the Commitei
counsel, Bob Kennedy, on Oct. 27
simP11, asked whether funds of
Cohen's Local 107 in Philadelphia
had paid $17,000 for Cohen's yacht.
Cohen refused to answer. :
The ,Committee then produced
a $17,000 check drawn On the local
at the time the yachtiWal 15Ur 15Urchased.
chased. 15Urchased. :
"Did any union funds ,go tnto
the purchase and upkeep of the
yacht," Sen. McClellan asked.
Cohen refused to answer. -,
Then Bob Kennedy said about
Cohen, blisiness manager of Local
i'07 and guardian of the Teamsters'
national funds:
Os one of the matters
thqt wi are looking' into. There
are number of them amounting
to tens of thousands of dollars re regarding
garding regarding Mr. Ccthen and the, misuse
of UniOn funds..."
After considerable time consum consumed
ed consumed with Brother Cohen's refusal
to answer, an angry note was
heard in Chairman McClellan's
voice: 4
"Do you not think that' if you
'used 'union money for that purpose
that the members of' the union,
dPs paying members,. have
a right to know tabout
Cohen'refused to answer.
,' t
...The $17,000 union chock was
;introduced in ,10clnc by Com-1
mittsa counsole'Whe charged ,it
had bum used to buv a trees trees,
, trees, urer's. chock front the.", .Broad
Street Trust Co.,This iscond
check, dated Mar; 30, 1955;was
made out to th miin who sold
tit. yacht to Cohem
The Original i'check was Made
out, to. cash for $17,000 and en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by that mystery mani.Ben
Lapensohn, ,at that time a btlsi btlsines
nes btlsines agent, and today' a wealthy
man deep in real estate and,oth and,other
er and,other investments. ,
,
,, Mr., Lapensohn has .1oft the
country and told investigators
who wont after him that he
would not return until the Com Committee
mittee Committee turtwd into a dusty old
filo. -
On Mr. Lapensohn, a sort of
Nate Shefferman on the union side
Kennedy had this to say:
-- "...We were going through the
books and records of Local 107
and we found a large number of
checks made out to Ben Lapin Lapinsohn,
sohn, Lapinsohn, atarting tin May 13, 1955..ad 1955..adding
ding 1955..adding up to a totgl of $9,523.72 and
all of these checks 'are missing
from the records of Local 107. Can
you tell us...where those checks
are," ,
Cohen, guardian of the people's
montl, rifused.'s
'
When McClellan asked Kennedy
'if the checks were on union funds,
Kennedy said, "I'd, and Mr, La Lapensohn
pensohn Lapensohn at that time was-a busi business
ness business agent of Local 107. He was
receiving a salary and was receiv receiving
ing receiving his expenses during this pe period
riod period et1 time and these are pay payments
ments payments above and beyond 1 that
which Mr. Lapensohn was receiv receiving
ing receiving during this period of ttme and
which the checks are missing for."
Finally, Sen. Curtis asked Cohen
"Is there anything in your person personal
al personal records which have been sub subpenaed
penaed subpenaed and Which you have refus refused
ed refused to "froduee that relate In any
way to the funds belonging to
the union?"
Cohen again refused to answer
as to' What had happened to the
people's money.

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I was reading some pieces the'
other day oti what is known as the
"Beat" generation the boy-andgirl
disenchanteds as Opposed to
the 'actual young hoodlums..,
,
These -are the typical types who
consider themselves lost maY maYbe
be maYbe that should go in quotes
"Lost" -- unless they are playing
hoho;' reciting poetry to groups,
vaiting bad books that seldom
Fed a publisher's light, writing
worse plays, 4imoking ,marijuana,
listening to jazz' that must ' be
"cool," seldom, .shaving, f' rarely
washing, always indulging in ira.
udalent intellectuality and what
another generation used to call
"free love," which is another
name for rather messy and cer.
tainly promiscous sexual habits..
What I am by 'tho Boat Gone.
'ration is lust that boat.
r "boat" moans cialoattd, I doirt
know what thoy aro defeated by,
or for what raason, anymore
than I lizer understood lost as as1
1 as1 rosrations and existentialists and
this current cult, of Colin Wit.
son's and John Osbornols in Len;
don. Ail I gather is that they're
'mad at somothing, like to woar
high-nocokd sweaters, avoid
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haircuts, and talk. top-lefty.,
:Mostly tbe old Greenwich Nil'age-Soho-Left
Bank type yi unclut
tend toy talent, which. is maybe
what makes them sore, or beat.
Occasionally a writer ottalent, or
a musician ornote, Inight climb
out of the clutter, but largely what
they ereate is garbage.
':Their unpublished. symphonies,
their 'high thoughts on "Die,"
their re.usal to 'conform tO socie society,"
ty," society," their impossible paintings, ali
Seem' more predicated on lack off
talent 'than .reat rtoeutoir. Allpy
wallow in the sordid' as subject
matter,, which is right if, you
draw with Hogarthien skill,
write as-, well as J a mes, 6afre1
iBut these, people Suein to want to.,
to aChieve anything that's accept acceptable
able acceptable to' the World of clean necks
and hot. water. ,,
!- When they explain their fre'petic
search tor "kicks," whether. it's
drag-racing or chickendares on
hotrods or marijuana'or just plain
vagrancy, ( nothing:comes out. A
man will, be en occasional diih diihwasher
washer diihwasher for' fun when he could pos possibly,
sibly, possibly, work equal hours tit a de decent,'
cent,' decent,' if 'manual, lob.' and have as
much time for his Milts. The' cur
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rent nigh Priest of the Beat Clut,
one jack Kerouac, wrote a book
called '"On the, Road". which was
not much more than a candid ad admission
mission admission Mt he had been on the
bum for six years. ', I,
lie- is quoted as saying that"he
was hopping freights, hitch-hiking
working, as railroad, ,- breakman,
deckhand, and scullion or merch merchant
ant merchant ships and government fire look look,out
,out look,out and hundreds of other jobs,"
.Sinee this stint of aimlessness, he
,has IspentI:!my time in skid rows
or in Jazz joints or ,with personal
poet madtnen...",.. ",;' ,,
! I,' IfthY 'S'PersOri tO,his eirly 20s,
or-younger, should turn to hobo hobo'
' hobo' hernia to stimulate his ', edgy,
nerves beats ma, and I am not
; a member of tho Boots.--Tharo
might have 'soon some excuse
' 'for my crowd 0--. tho depression
' babros ., who took to the road
and the sea and washed dishes
, from necessity., THore weren't a ahy
hy ahy good lobs, oven for the ;man
' whe I managed ,,, somehow to
' Scraps througll-sellago, ..,., 4, .,...I
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Just iorin Ietample; 'Was two
years ,at variouslinds of hard la labor
bor labor before ',ever made $2.5 a week
land' I had a degree. A guy, that
got 'a 05 buck job, was rich, near near)3,,
)3,, near)3,, and the gentleman at $18 Per
was kpintocrat. 1 Managed to buy
a car and get arried m $30 And
1 know. some law graduates who
were- pleased. to work for $5 i
week, or even nothing; for expert expertmite,
mite, expertmite, while interns got 20 a l
month,plus-bad food anct laundry.'
My group was Involved in two
rough wars, with whatever, they
had managed 16 build being inter interrupted
rupted interrupted by World, War'l and Korea.'
These present punks haye some
from' childhood to yotihg manhood
' in ;times of unprecedented ,pros ,prosI
I ,prosI perity, and very few were subject
I to- more than' token military ger gervicet
vicet gervicet They have enjoyed advaeed
medical skills, a welfareitate, tria trial:
l: trial: endous entertainment,-and they they're
're they're still either beat, delinquent, or
downright hood'Unis ..4. for 1ticka.
,
,It's a good word ---,';'Kick.1 And
wherethe whole sniveling lot neds
a,Itick Is right, in' the pants. t
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, tARBEZIEUX, France, April 10
(UP )--TIS. Ind, British diplomats
meet with French Premier Felix
Gaillard here today to 'seek a wgy
out of the Franco-Tunisian stale stalemate
mate stalemate 'before Tunisia hands t h e
two-month old criOs back to' the
United Nations. , ;,...
government ... officials And in informed
formed informed observers in Paris, and
Tunis were openly pessimistic of
the results oft today's' nthhour
effort. ' - t
U.S. Deputy Under-Secretary-of
State Rbbert D. Murphy and Har Harold
old Harold Bee lev of the British Foreign
Office the "good offices' team
trying to get sPrance and Tunisia
back-on speaking terms 4 flew
front Paris to GAILLARD'S COU
home here In .the Cognac region
of West-central France. TheY
were accompanied by U.S. and
British Ambassadors Amory Hough
ton and Sir Gladwye Jebb.
Murphy and eelerwere exlect
ed to tell Gaillard and French For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Christian Pineau
that Tunisia has rejected a Prench
plan for neutral supervision of, the
Algerian-Tunisian border.
Tunisia's position nits led to
widespread reports that the good
offices", mission has hit dead
end, and that Tunisia is preparing
to renew itr complaint against
France in the UN Security Coun

WASHINGTON The new Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General, Will:am Rolr,ers. is
a brilliant young man 1Nho has a
chance to restore the Justice De Department
partment Department to its onetime position
of applying justice with blindfold blindfolded
ed blindfolded impartiality. Under both the
Truman and Eisenhower adminis administrations
trations administrations this has not been the case.
For years the Post Office Depart Department,
ment, Department, was the big political patron patronage
age patronage arm of government, with the
Postmaster General ladling out
postmasterships to the party faith faithful.
ful. faithful. But with more and more post postmasterships
masterships postmasterships put under civil ser service,
vice, service, the real political wing of
government has become the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department. :
This should not bo, but it is,
If tho Attorney Goners! can dis discreetly
creetly discreetly keep a man from going
iail for income tax evasion,
it may moan a !wavy campaign
contribution. Or if a big corpo-,.
ration, whom (Mims havo con contributor!
tributor! contributor! handsomely to tho par par,
, par, ty, gots into antitrust trouble,
can get it out -of troublo.--
For a long time when tbe Demo Demoerats
erats Demoerats controlled 'the Justice De Department
partment Department -I 'tried to get them to
revoke the citizenship of under underworld
world underworld mobster Frankie Costello.
I pointed out that Costello had lied
In malting out bis ziaturalizatilm
Papers by failing to admit he had
a brush with the law for carry carrying
ing carrying a concealed weapon therefore
could be' deported.
However,- Costellci Was' -chin to
New ,York, had shared a hotel
room with Tammany Leader Hines
at Chicago when FDR was nomi nominated
nated nominated in 1932. Tlie then Democra Democratie
tie Democratie 'administration- of the Justice
Department did not Move. Later
when I turned my Costello evid evidence
ence evidence over -to Sen. Estes Kefauv Kefauvtr
tr Kefauvtr of ,Tennessee he did move. Re Result:
sult: Result: The Imsational Senate
crime hearings whict fmally sent
Costello,to

GLUING THE NEW' AG I
To' see how the new Attorney
General was going to administer
Justice regarditg both Democrats 11
and Republicans, I went down to
hli press conference. Mr. Rogers :
has made a fine start by helding
press conferencessoMething his
predecessor, Heribert iBrownell,
had not done for two Years. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers was frank, and fprthright. He
described the Senate idea of ad administering
ministering administering separate, ,-, oaths to
Judges as told of his plan
to clean up crime, ducked no in inquiries.
quiries. inquiries. '
Whed. I got a chance to have
a word, I asked when he yvas go going,,to
ing,,to going,,to answer -certain unanswer
-'
, ed correspondence from members
Of Congress regarding violation of
the Corrupt Practices Act. ,
"You have o letter from COIV,
r gressman Jack Brooks of TlXIIS
, dated July 25k i957, which calls
, attention Lte the violation cif the
t Corrupt Practices Act by!, ton
, Hall, ferthir chairmen Of -the
Republican National Commits
lin ,tho Nicer Nickel centred',"
I pointed out.
THE Attorney General looked
blank. Ture, ,he bits been Attorney-,
General only a short time,
but I, knew that as Deputy Attor Attorney,
ney, Attorney, General be woulti 'lave known
all 'shout the Len Hall case. It
was thoroughly discussed inside
,th Justice Department.,
"Congressman Brooks,":, sald
i"e1,44ene ,you hive not answered
his letter. ,-
, "Almost a year has -passed,"
pointed out. "Are you' going tol
call a grand jury to consider the
Hall :case?"
,
, "We -don't disclose when we ire
tailing a grand jury," the AG re replied.
plied. replied.
"You' &tiled three grand' juries
trde,r to indict Lamar Caudle
and the secretary of President, Tru Truman.
man. Truman. Are you going to examine
the actitvities of a high-up Repub Republican?"
lican?" Republican?" ,
,
- SERIOUS CHARGES'.
Mr. Rogers theft bragged, about
getting, a final higher court affir affirmation
mation affirmation in the Caudle case -(regardbig
which more in I later column),
but he never answered the ques
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Lion as to hetl'er he I c :
a gtcand j'ary to rrote
serious charges olticta,,y
a committee of cong-e s : t a
chairman of the GOP ha c cmitted
mitted cmitted a criminal offense.
- bleanwhile Congressmrn : s
chairman of the Goverr -t o operations
perations operations Subcommittee, t,ts v't :-
ten another letter to Rogcrs, A APril
Pril APril St asLitig him wbat I s
done about this serious charge L
whether he intends to do
The charge is hand on t' tr trout
out trout evidence that Lon Et,:!, as
chairman of filo GOP, i r
contribution from.th t.
rick H. Snare Co., in July, 1. 1,
hoferos that company was Eiv.s
$43,000,003 contract by it-tk
U.S. government to expand its
Nicaro Nickel giant in Cuba. Ca Camanding
manding Camanding suth contributions in
connection With' government
contract is a criminal offansc
The Snare' Company had dons
the 'original; work on the ,Nicaro
plant, was recommended by La
Eisenhower edministration'as bet
qualifikd te do, the addnonal
work. But, ?according to Randall
Cremr, vide 'president of Snare.
Hall not 1101. only made tit' clear
that he would have' to make
contributiontto the GOP, but also
said: .
- '"If you get the contract'we
expect to get the placing of tho
insurance and the bonds.
Later Cremer noted in his dairy
that Hall was balking it letting
Snare have the contract because
he had "received no,corrobora no,corroboration
tion no,corroboration from the finance ; chairman
in New York and New Jersey."
When -Snare, officials contributed
$7,000 in the summer of 1954 they
got 'the 'Nicaro contract....
Complained Cremer; 'It ,so hap..
pens that alltour officers are life.
long Republicansthe (original).
Nicaro contracts were given us
during Democratic 'administra.
Hops, hue the question of politics
was never tonsidered."'
, These aretsome of the facts fac
ing mew Attorney General Rogers.
Upon 'his tlecision' will depend
whether :the Justice Department
once a-gain ;becomes the impartial
administrator of justice.

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material -yas papyrus, from
Iwhich conies the word "paper:i
The steins of the( reed-like ,,':
i'PaPYrus ',,,,plapt-. were peeled
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and Dolls: Hiding ebind a sbag-1
gy beard in the ot-mau movie,
"Robins m Crusoe '-won" band.
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some young 'Irish n ...Dan O'Her
lihy an Oscar' nom ation for the
, best' acting' perfor lice ob 1954.
! Put talking to self- in the,
film also left him anded on Hol Hollyyood's
lyyood's Hollyyood's Miscast- y Island. 1
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, Dan, a Wexford Ireland, hoY,
, missed a flock of vie offers be be,
, be, cause Hollywood. te4 to keep
him behind the b d, which he
came to look, upo ak sort of a
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"ONE'BBARD e Is enough,"
-i lie decided while w' ing for Holly Holly,
, Holly, wood to decide be ould go back
to his razor to p look-sharp,
: feel-sharp romanti oles.
ed bundle of gree backs to play
Rol)inson Crusoe a telefilm se series
ries series and, now, thr years, and
quite a few dialtpe TV shows
later, Warner Btot just "discos,-
,.ered" him.

, He's pliing ean tmmons' hus hus,
, hus, band who falls in ve with her
r sister, Rhonda Fie ng, in "Home
, Before Dirk", aild e's beaming:
' "I'm glad I wa ." 4 L
' With a Aong tW ed ,"Amen"
from razor maker
Handsome, Dad'r, hrewd word wordage
age wordage on the ehangefor the better
in film making, "toadway,, and
Nesv Yotk TV discoered that sor sordidness
didness sordidness made gooCrama but Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood got a little.nixed ,and
started making sortd movies with
out drama. Now le back again
to good clean 'tire with just a

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HOLLYWOOD. ( ) -- ,Actress
. Esther Wil liantS, o swam her
' way to fame in a ries, of-films
emphasizing, her cquatic tat tat,
, tat, ents, was granted divorce ton
, Tuesday from her sband, inds indstrialist
trialist indstrialist Ben Gage. : ..
. Miss Wiliams 34, amera shy
and appearing 'to under tier.'
.'sfous tension, told t dge Orlando
Rhodes in Santa Mnica Superior
Court that her ,hu and haft in in'
' in' sisted on "living n, the other
, side of the clock. '4 '-' ,
, The film beauty,1 ho wed Gage
in 1945, bad sepa ed from. bim
iast November. '
. "He liked to stay p most of the
night,", said M s' ,Williams,
"and in or-der to b with our chil children
dren children the next mo ing and t;1;e'
care of their need I would have
to be up quite ear .11'i ', ,
Under the cou agreement,
Cage, 42, said he uld sign over
,the couple's born and all com--siunity
assetsto I wileIle.ate wileIle.ateserved
served wileIle.ateserved for himself the corpora corporation
tion corporation known as Vilgage Pro Productions.
ductions. Productions. g ;
tons along the on Curtain,
' Alisa Williams N II retain cus custnity
tnity custnity of the eolin'e three children
r ''-',,I1 in, 8, Kitriltil, 7, and Sio;
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WINNERS These ere the 21 winners of the Fort Gulick NCO Open Mess Easter egg hunt, 'held lest Saturday
rhe huntlwas sponsored by the Fort Gulick NCO Open Mess and bit. ladies of the NCO Wives' Club, who dyed and
the members' children. Over 500 children participated in the event. Front row, from lett to right: Pat (Megan,
Fred vein, Richard Tessandore, Bruie Renick, Ray Bone, Jean Gulatta, Virginia Bonitece end Kathie Pinkerton.
left to right: Brad Killip,'Mark champion end stephanie Austin. Third row. fromlett to right; Susie Peters,
Donna Dragoo, Stephie Robinson, Frankle Shepherd, Ganell Gonne, Mike Tyree, ,Ronnie York and' Barbgra
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tough realism to give them an ad adult
ult adult stamp of approval." ..
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' wALTER'MATTHAUr playing a
yote Elvis 'Presley -in 41iing,
Creole," 'Is still laughing about it.
Other, day during, a rehearsal,, 'Di 'Director
rector 'Director Mike Curtietold him: I'Vol-1
ter, you high-pricedl actor. Make
believe 'yott low-priced actor 4Indl
don't act so much.", 1,4 :

Imaginative publicity note: Pre Preview
view Preview ticket. to Allied Artists' hair hairraiser,
raiser, hairraiser, "Macabre:, were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by an insurance potty' and
beneficiary agreetnent st a tin g,
"The producers of Ilacabre'wtil
pay $1,000 in the event of the death
by fright of any ,member' of the
audience during the perforMance."
'A iloyd's of London" policy,. I
understand, covet the advertis advertising
ing advertising stunt for ,audience, when
the film is released., A macabre
note is that the insurance tompa tompany
ny tompany based the policy's cost on the
assumption that EIGHT people in
the U.S. will die of fright while
seeing the filtnThe insurance bet
was made, though, without Lloyd's
seeing the film. Just cold odds
MEND ELSSOHN'S "Wedditig
March"' couldn't be more aPPro aPPropriate
priate aPPropriate for TV .beauty Eve Whit-,
ney's forthconung marriage. She's'
becoming Mendelssohn named
Mrs. Nat :.; Connie Towers over overheard
heard overheard a TV producer's son aslt if
anything ht show' business was
bigger than Lawrence Melic.

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"Not mow," replied the produc producer,
er, producer, "but if Desi Arnaz 'and Mike
Todd ever merged, they'd puih
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DAN DAILEY'S night club stand
at' the, Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas
wilt be followed by a long tour
winding up in London Eydie
Gorme will be "The Girl" in "The
Gril from Jazz Street," a movie
slated for the camera in June at
Paramount.

Hollywoodites Are, Talkini A About:
bout: About: Ernest Borgnine playing the
role of an armless,war veteran in
a forthcoming film, "The Big D."
He'll be joined kt the cast by Har Harold
old Harold Busse 11,, tile double amputee
who 3Von a special, Oscar for his
performance in "The Best Years
of Our Lives." Jim Arness, star
of "Gunsmoke, bursting into song
for his personal appearance tour.,
Yup, "Home On the Range" was
one of his numbersDanny Thom Thomas
as Thomas about his TV life with "wife"
Marjorie Lord:

"I wanted a WIto m a n who
wouldn't faint when 'I yelled at
her in the script nr out of it. I
yell ot home you knovi:r
Ditnitri Tiomkin's 'Best Song"
Oscar nomination for "Wild Is. the
Wind" reminding many people of
his acceptance speech for another
Oscar a couple of years back.
Seid Diniltri., "I want to thark
mv thrPe coHabovelors Mona,
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CASH AWARD ItIorman Thompson, accounting clerk of the
Quartermaster Supply Division, IL S.. Army Caribbean, receives, a
cash award for his recent work simplification study resulting In
, an estimated benefit nf 3752 Man hours; This means savings
'of, 35178 per, annum,' plus a savings of 323.40 for mimeograph
, paper previously ,necessarY. 4 At the lett,' looking over the newly
,adopted system is Lt. Col. Russel W. Hechinger, chief of the QM
Supply Division. Thompson who hai worked for the Artily. for 19
Years, is i resident of Paraiso.: IL 8 Army Photo) r;
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ALGIERS, April 10 -'41.7P)
widespread ',' rebel terror campaign-,
agaitst fellow mosiems
suspected of pro-French sym sympathies
pathies sympathies wit reported by pencil
officials today.
' An official French report said
More than 600 Moslem men,
women and children were killed,
inlured or kidnapped by nation nationalists
alists nationalists in Algeria during the past
five weeks., ,
Moslem members of 'adminis 'administrative
trative 'administrative bodies being, established
under the neW French reform
law for Algeria apparently were
special targets for intimidation,
according to .the Fren.ch.
, ne report said that during
the same five week period nine
members of such local -gov,ernment
units have been slain, three
wounded and 20 kidnapped.
,
A wbuld-be assassin's' bullets
narrowly missed one, such Mos Moslem
lem Moslem official as he opened the
door of his home in the west Al Algerian
gerian Algerian city of Mascara yesterday,
4 'rhe French breakdown-of the
report on Moslem victims of ter terrorist
rorist terrorist attacks showed 166 men,
15 women find 12 children killed;
137 men, 10 women and six chil children
dren children wounde. and 216 men and
24 women and 14 children kid kidnapped
napped kidnapped during the five weeks,

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The Pan Canal Alley Four, will
entertain at the Sunday morning
brealdast of the Holy Name So Society
ciety Society -at the Albrook Officer' Club
on April 13, at 9 cm.
The regular bi-monthly' meeting
of SPrBSQSA" (Barbershop-Quar-
tet Society) will be held as usual in
the Aeewood Bohio at 7:30 p.m.
Monday.
Tile bass section needs some
rood deep-voiced harmoni7ers, and
ofcreAcAl Llen are invkted.

rANAmi eTrracAN Al INT,rTENT;ENT DATLY NEWSPAPE3

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Explorora To Hold
Demo Saturday e
Fort Kobbe,(explorers of Post
No. 18, BSA. are holding a dance
st the Kobbe,Teen Age Qub Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening, from 7:30 to 11
o'clock. The program' Wilt feature
a,presentation of new colors and
the 1958 charter for the explorer
unit by the Gen.' George W. Goe-,
thals Post of Veterans of Foreign
Wars. All parents of explorers are
particularly invited to attend the

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Rogg, April 10 (UP) --A Com Communist
munist Communist spokesman said today that
illness will force Italian patty
leader Palmiro Togliatti to aband
the major part of a critical pre preelection
election preelection campaign.
Communist Senator Girolemo U
Causi. told the 1,009-member par party
ty party council which opened at the
Mussolini-built worlds fair, grotmd
that the 65-year-old Red leader is
suffering from a "strong attack.of
influenza.''
Reliable non-communist reports
claimed that Togliatti was serious seriously
ly seriously ill and that specialists were in
atendante. ,;.
In addition, the' 'Veteran' Red
leader was reported to be in poli political
tical political disfavor among elements of
his own party and in Moscow.
Some 'Sources claimed he will
suffer the fate, of some 50 to 60
Communist deputies and senators
in the old parliament who were
dropped by the party in a pre preelection
election preelection "white purge." Many
Yer& old collaborators of Togliat.

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The party council, which
eludes representative sections of
all the main party organs, met to
day to get approval to an already already(belated
(belated already(belated precram for the May 25th
general elections.

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brealdast of the Holy ame So- Communist deputies and senators ,
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t t th Alb k Officer' Club in the old parliament who were
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on April 13, at 9 CM. dropped by the party in a pre- wd
't ,the couple's horn and all com- , , election "white purge." M a n y
,.niunity assets.to I wife,,,Ile.xe- Dimitri Tiomkin's 'Be9t Song" The tegolar bi-monthly' meeting yera old collaborators of Togliat- - .. . , .,,, ,. .. ,. ,, ,
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tons along the on Curtain, Oscar a couple of years back. Monday. cludes representative sections of ' '' ,
Adss Williams A II retain eus- n ' all the main party organs, met to-
tedv of the colin'e three children Spid Dinlitri:."I want to thank 'II 1,
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. Tuesday from her sband, inds- ,, Y . report on Moslem victims of ter , , , 1,, ,,. . ,, 3,,
out. Ernest oorgnme playing the un ich pe at h , .
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' -ole of an armless war veteran in Mussolini-built worlds fair, ground ,, , , p . . ,.. .'
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IVIFE OF RETIRING tOST COMMANDER '
MIX BE HONORED AT FORT CLAXTON TEA ,
- The Fort Clatyn Officers' Wives Club will be hosts it a tea
at the officers' Club on April 17 in honor of Mrs. Walter Killilae,
wife of tho retiring Post Commander.
All officers wives et the rest are Invited to participate in
this despedida for Mrs. Killilae.

hterAmerlean Went We Club
To Celebrate Panamanian Day
'In accordance with their usual
custom of honoring one Latin Am American
erican American country at a special cele celebration
bration celebration On Pan American Day each
year, the Inter-American Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, Colon Unit. lionor
Mexico this year. The ceiebratioa
will take plate at the Club head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, 4th and Melendez Streets
it 4 p.m. on Monday,
- Lt. CoL Auguatin Salgado Her Hertandez
tandez Hertandez of Mexico, a student in the
Command and Staff course at Fort
, Gulick will addrete the Issembly.
Captain Mario Oliver, wilting pro

idents of Panama will be the chil children
dren children models. They are Johanha
Arias,- daughter el Mr. end Idra.
Theodore Arias, and Ivonne To Tomatielli,
matielli, Tomatielli, daughter of ldr. and Alt
Ralph Tomanelli.
Bair styles will be by Cerra.

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Mexico this year. The ceiebratioa Tickets Still Available
will take plate at the Club head- Fee Seroutimist Teur,
quarters, 4th and Melendez Streets A tour of several inieresting
it 4 p.m. oti Monday. homes and office buildings, which
' Lt. CoL Anguilla Salgado Her- includes talks by two arthitects at
'handez of Mexico, a student in the two of the I places to he ,Isited,'1
Command and Staff course at Fort transpbrtation, refreshments and a
, Gulick will address the Issembly. door prize will be ,held tomorrow
Captain Mario Oliver, vtoiting pro- under the sponsorship of the Sor Sorlessor
lessor Sorlessor from Mexico, has arrang optimist Club of Panama. Pro Proed
ed Proed for an interesting display of:ceeds from the tickets, which arc
Mexican articles secured front the 12.00, will go to the Clith's chttri'y
Embassy. An ensemble from Cris. prOjects,,. The tour will depArt
tobal Ifigh School will plsy select- from the llotel EI.Pan.lipa Hilton
- ed numbers as part of the pro. at 1:30. Tickets are still available
trim. end may be obtained from Mts.
Bdith betltsch at Maditro4
, Guest Feted At Avenue Store or by calling Mrs. A.
Despedide Coffee 1, Kirkland at Balboa 2-30. :
Mra Inepnh kineniel and Mrs., .'

Fashion tiovi Set
For Tomorrow Illeht '-
' With one da reillainin'betme
the fashion show sponsored by
the Inter-American rumens Oho
fit observance of Pan Americra
1, Day, the patio of the El Panama
' Iliiton is litIMMin With aCtiVitl
Supervising 'the. tonstrfiction of
eth novel stage to be used for tie
, preseutatior of 'First Filitt fras
Ions" by Jordan Marsh Matti,
are Earl Cornell, display director,
and Ray' Abbott- displav techni4-
cies of the department store. For
the first time, a circular, stage
colorful canopy will be used
s staging for the fashion show.
, Another unusual feature is the use
, of 42 foot backdrop ot pertrayal
t, of an Aerovias Panama Airways.
, Arriving in advance fraim
mi were Donald K. Miller, Chair.
.1 man of the Board of Jovial- Marsh
' kiss Lola Armisen, Latin Amen Amencan
can Amencan director for the store, and
MiSS June Keller, public relations
counsel. The trie currently Is toe.
ferring with officials of Ws El Pa.
1 nama Hilton hotel and officals- of
the Inter-American Women'a Club
to coordinate the program' for the
event tomorrow evening,
4 Eight of top high hall hall)
) hall) Ion models arrive Friday with
4, kiss Phyllis Carr, fashion emir emir',
', emir', dinator.' Also in the party will be
, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 11. IJ3worth
Ile is vice-President of Jordan
Marsh.,-- '
, While the adult models will come
, from Miami, two small girls, res

, zulta veutscn at macron -men
, Guest Feted At 4 Avenue Store or by calling Mrs. A.
Gespedida Coffee I, Kirkland at Balboa 2-30,
Mrs. Joseph Kincaid and Mrs.' ,-'
John Barrett entertained at col. New Officers Elected '-
lee and, handkerehief show-Ver manse Club ,j
er in honor. of Mrs. Fanuy Crowe The annual business meefing
at the Kincaid home Tuesdty the Balboa Woman' Club was heid
Morning. ' .k yesterday afternoon at the USA)...
''' Mrs. Crowe, Who has strut. the JAYE. Balboa., 'The fol.
Winter with her son: Judge Guth. lewinr slate of officers 4,was
Tie F. Crowe and his family, lected for the coming year:, pres prespesterday
pesterday prespesterday for her home la La Merit,' Mrs., Agnes Hearon; 1st,
Grange, Ky. t vicempresident, Mrs. ti envie tt a
, Shaw; 2nd, vice-president, Mrs.
leashien Omni I, ,, Ruth Jenkins; treasurer, Mre. Abl
For Tomorrow .Nieht Williams; assistant treastmer, Mr
With one day retnallting' before Polly Train; recording secretary,
the fashion show sponsored by Mrs. Jeannette Sahrubel; Assistant
the Inter-American Womeril Chat recording secretary,- Mre.- Herd
in observance of Pan America-A Brooks; corresponding secretary,.
Day, the patio of the El Panama Mrs. Loretta Snoderaw assistant
Hilton is humming with activity. correspOnding settretary, !Ars. Eli,
Supervising the tonstrfiction of zabeth Lant, nominator, Mrs. He Hethe
the Hethe novel stage to be used for the len, Adler. ,',
presentatior of 'First Flitit fres A' The 'sneaker of the. afternoon
ions" by Jordan Marsh Marti, Was William Sheridan, Public' Ad Adare
are Adare Earl Cornell, display director, 'ministrater, whose topic was r"Ileir
and Ray Abbott- displav techni- Security.1
cies of the department store. For ----
the first time, a circular stage Fort' Gulick NCO Wive
-.With colorful canopy will be usea Hold Monthly Meeting : 4
--Irs staging for the fashion show. Col. Gines Peres. Atlantic Coot.
Another unusual feature is the use mender and commandant of the
of a 42 foot backdrop ot pertrayal Onited States -Army Caribbean
of an Aerovias Panama AirwaSts. School was the, guest speaker at
, Arriving in advance fraim Mia- the regular monthly meeting of
mi were Donald K. Miller, Chair. 'the Fort Gulick NCO Wives' Club
man of the Board of Jordirt Marsh held in the billmert of the NCO
' Miss Lola Armisen, Latin Amen- Open Mess recently. Ile gave an
can director for the store, and interesting address on the USAR.
Miss June Keller, public relations CARIB SChool.
couriseL 'rhe trio currently Is toe. The white elephant wall won by
ferring with officials of the El Pa. Mrs. Hester Hartley.
name Hilton hotel and officers. of Petreshments of coffee and indi,
the Inter-American Women'e Club vidual cakes were served.
to coordinate the program' for the Members attending were Ales Alesevent
event Alesevent tomorrow evening. dames Nora Perry, Katherine Kil Kil,
, Kil, Eight of top high lash- lip, Audrey Bard; Frantes Ben,
, fon models arrive Friday with Brittle, Doris Brown, Gilberts
Miss Phyllis Carr, fashion ow- Brown, Edith Conary Puth Criss,
dinator.' Also in the party will be Lorraine Dustin, 1)ottle Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. IJtworth. Frances Gilbert,- Heater Hartley,
He is vice-President of Jordan Florence Henning, Villa Oa OaMarsh.,
Marsh., OaMarsh., ' re Hollenbaugh, Irene Place, vi..
, WMie the adult models will come vian Ralph, Jennie Robertson,
from Miami, two small girls. res- Marty. Saunders, Catherine Schlil

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pensered e Interamerlean liTotnen's Club
AIDAY, APRIL 11
' ) In the patio

liair Styles by

Stidelman, Mavis Thornton, Bet Betty
ty Betty Townsend, Eleanor Webster,
Louise Wilcox, .Nancy Williams,
and Anne Wilson.- (
New members present wise
Mesdames Florence Latham, Betty-
Vasilake, 'Virginia Craig, Bev.
erly Robinson and Therebe Trask.
Phyllis Cardwell w.f.; welcomed as
a guest., A", . ,---
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Try-Outs Fer ,
"Time Limit" 1' e 4 s
The second night of tryouts for
the Theatre Guild's next pilyi
Eti
'Time Limit," will be b in the
Music Room of the CSO- Ws this
evening from 7 until a .m. All
persons interested lit the theatre
are invited to attend. ..

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'lath' belief let Inc lush's this
column should los submitted .0
tyne-writtoo form- end mailed so
the bee bumbet listed daily le 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by livid to the office. Notices er
Ionise bi accepted by
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Canal Zone Spanish
The, Canal Zone Spanish Conver Conversation
sation Conversation Club will hold its regular
bi.'weekl- meeting at 7:30 next
Wednesday at the Quirry Te,ghts
Officers' Club, All Persons who are
eligible for memborship in an of officers'.
ficers'. officers'. club are welcome to join as
members. This is not classroom
instration, but it is an opi.ortunil
ty fot members' ,and their guests
to improve their ability to con converse
verse converse in Swish.' All !eirels of flu,.
ency, are welcome.' There ate no
rules, regulations dues nor form formality.Dress
ality.Dress formality.Dress is sport shirts or com comfortable
fortable comfortable attire. Sparish speaking
guests of members art pirtieular pirtieularly
ly pirtieularly welcomes 4

Chris Ilan Science
'''Sc'hiciulid
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Tuesday AtillB-USO
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"Ye' Sliall Know lhe Truth".
la the title of a composite filni
that ,will be, shown at the Sal-,
boa JWII-1;80 auditorium on I
,Monday evening, at 8 o'clock
The showing is sponsored by
First Church of Christ, Scien Scientist,
tist, Scientist, Ancon ',
'
' This, is a 55.minute flint.- It
fetiures three' television prO prOgrams,
grams, prOgrams, the series, "How
Christian, Science Heals" pro produced'
duced' produced' by the Committee on
Publication of the First Church
of Christ,. Scientist, Boston,
Mass.
Sponsors say the prOgram
illustrates gr.aphically and ',en ',entertainingly
tertainingly ',entertainingly ,, thaN healing work
carried on by the -,.Christian
Bcientists thee world over, In Including
cluding Including mo,utstanding and care.
!tiny authenticated healings in
various phases ,of everyday
life

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,',' : Seen USARCARIB
ir Officei Prom6ted
7 A rieven soffieers assigned to
i t US. ,-Army.' Caribbean were
promoted Tuesday, according to
, headquarters, USARCARIB.
Yr- Promoted to the- rade of
lieutenant colonel svere Maj.
i '' John L., Blackwell of the' 0-4
section, HeadquarterS USAlt USAltIrr
Irr USAltIrr ' CARIB; Maj. Ernest V., Came Came,
, Came, ron, assigned to the 'Army Mis Misb
b Misb sion to Cuba; Maj. Arthur' IV,
, Dodson, HeadqUarterS, Carib
, bean Command:. and Maj.
, 4- s 1 Spurgeon A-. Messner of U.S.
6,,s, Army Technical Service, Fort
mesa Clayton. ,,
I, Captains' talph Z.- Carl:inter
' : of Headquarters Ind Headquar Headquartuna
tuna Headquartuna ters Company, lst Battle Group,
ented 20th 'Infantly, and 'Stephen, F.
It rash Donelan of US. Army Technical
or 95 Eervice, Fort Clayton, were pro proca'sait
ca'sait proca'sait Mdte to major,
,lotst Lt Wii.laM H. Russell,
, .1' ot the 54041 Military Police
Sunburn, I C7.. Fort Gurrec, waA ptomoted
to tl.a rank el captain.

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These are just the bare fatts
of her letter, but they tell a story
that might be an eye-opener to.
some of my younger readers:-
Married at M. -
Mother of son at It
months' later, husband out
o: work., 1
Young coup:e and baby move
In With his parent, -
In-law trouble. ",,
, Young wife takes. baby And ioes
to live with her parents.
Iler parents take sere of baby
while she works. t
-,Young couple go 'back together
to give marriage a second change.
larrlage still unhappy and

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On the -- publication date ,of
"The First Book of the PartaMit
Canal" next Tuesday, the boo
will be available to Canal Zone
residents,' at the seine time it
will be placed on sale t in the
United States.,
The. book, written 'lir local
author ?Arleta Markun, will be
Introduced that evening' at a
reception, irt her 1101101 be
given at the HOtel Tivoli from
4 V) 9 p.m.' by the Canal Zone
Branth of, the National, League
of America'n, Pen Women.
The Panama Canal' ,Compa ,Company's
ny's ,Company's supply director, L. 4. Fer-.
guson, made arrangements with
the publisher, liranklri Watts,
Inc., of Nevt -Yorkr to have a
supply of the books sent here
in time to coincide with the
release date' given,to bookstores
In the U.S.
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HIGHSPEED.GUN TESTED
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(UP) Thfi Air Force reported
Tuesday it bas tested a research
gun capable of firing a .60 Tali.
bre projectile. at speed of 8,000
miles an hour. The gun is poW
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lyoung wife 'desperate, not know knowling
ling knowling where WWII text
WHAT'S THI SOLUTION?
I don't know the answer to her
present situation and I doubt that
anyone else does. But there was
a simple answer theee year ago.
Don't marry. Wait until you grow
up. Get as much education for by bying
ing bying and earning ajiving as you
can. Date more thil one young
man, so that you can make.. com comparisions
parisions comparisions and bo sure when you
have found the "right man" that
he is the right one.
It's a sad thing for girl to
feel like a failure at 10. But how
is she going to help it if she bites
off a bigger slice of life Abut she
can ,chew?
, Not all girls who marry at le
regret the decision before goy are
20. But many -of them do. And
theh' stories are depressingly s
They certainly aren't like ro romantic
mantic romantic notions teen-age girls have
about how wonderful it would be
to quit school and marry.
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A smell card' file tOf such AO.
cial data as the names of new
acquaintances, fellow committee
members, and visiting relatives
of friends and tbe tette about
them you want to remember is a
big help' to anyone with a poor
memory,
File it before you forget it..
and you'll have tbe name or in.
formation you ever need it a.
gain.

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WiSIIINGTON 0.712) The 11
Nations allies who fought
in Korea tailed on Communist
Lnina t today to state in plain
words its terms for peaceful tali talifiestion
fiestion talifiestion of Korea.
1 They welcomed Red China's
proposal of Feb. ? to end the di division
vision division of Korea through withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of troops and nationwide su supervised
pervised supervised free elections.
But they said, it is not clear
just' what the communists mean.
The United States made public
the views of the Korean war al allies
lies allies in a State Department an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. It said Britain ha habeen
been habeen asked to present the Allied
position to the Peiping govern government
ment government in a diplomatic note.
The Communists have proposed
withdrawal of foreign troops from
North and South Korea followed
by elections supervised by a
,oneutral nations" commission.
The U.N. allies want any unifica unification
tion unification election to be supervised by
ILN,-appointed commhsion.
7111 ,US statement said the
Allies "were glad to npte that the
communist authorities have kat
ed that they, als favor free elec elecions
ions elecions and they welcomed, the an announcement
nouncement announcement that Chinese commu communist
nist communist forces Out be withdrawn
from North Korea )
(Ihere appears to the govern:-
ments concerned, however, to be
some doubt as to the precise in interpretation
terpretation interpretation to be placed on the
commullist preposals," the state statemerit
merit statemerit continued.
The State Department said-this
doubt stemmed from "a varlets,
of statements" 'made by North
Korean representatives in Peiping!
end MoscoW. For one thing,' it
noted, the North Korean repre representatives
sentatives representatives said international, Su Supervision
pervision Supervision "should not intervene in
the electlonsi"

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WASHINGTON (UP -,-; Movie
executive Cecil B. De Mille, pro producer
ducer producer of "The Ten Command Commandments,"
ments," Commandments," Was named "lay church churchman
man churchman of the year" Tuesday '; by
the Washington Pilgrimage, found founded
ed founded in 1334 which brings church
and civic leaders to the ration's
capital each spring for meetings
designed- to emphasize the re refigions,
figions, refigions, heritage of America. This
year's -pilitrimate will conclude
with a dinner May 3 at whic1
DeMille will revive Ills Award.'
' ', ' -: 'I, i : T t',"
, Tha itev Georgia ,, Harhness
leader in A move that led to ad-1
mission of women to the, Mtho-'
ditt ministry, was named' out outstanding
standing outstanding thurchwomin ot the
year,
Dr. Joseph It. Shoo, proteslor
of religion at George Washington
University here, was named cier ciergyman
gyman ciergyman tot the year.,1, ..
OoMilles an Episiopal layman
was honored for producing "films
which xert remendous influene,
for pas 8 and gO0f1 will."..In ad adi
i adi dition o "The Ten Command Commandments",
ments", Commandments", the Pilgrimage cited his
earlier classic -"The ,Elng of
Kings.", '. , ', '-.' ,.

Moro Pol 11' Four
FuOds Available
For Lab America

WASHINGTON': 1101111 e
Atwood, Director of the Inter-1
national Cooperation AdininiS AdininiStration's
tration's AdininiStration's Office Of Latin Amer America
ica America OperationS (Point Four),
SAW today the United, States
Program of Technical COopera COoperation
tion COoperation in Latin America is a "po-,I,
salve program" designed to
'help ,people achieve a,' better
life. -,
It is positive, he said, because
it has no-"antis."1,And he said
it prOmotes "real technical co
operation." Two-thirds of the'
costs of projects' ,are financed
by the host. governments and
one-third by the 1CA,-he con continued.
tinued. continued. The total amount budg budgeted
eted budgeted for the Latin Ainerican
Program is, 98 million dollars.
The' ICA ',silk put 'up' $35 mil mil,
, mil, On of
Atwood said about 28,000 per personS
sonS personS most Of thew' Latin
Americans are at work in
the Latin American Program.
The ICA Steps out orthe pie pieLure
Lure pieLure when specific projects or
pOriranis are on their feet. At Atwcodl
wcodl Atwcodl said, the ICA 'has been
criticized tor this operating
procedure, but he,defined it itsi
one .of the best leaturea of the I
Inteamerican Economic en&
Social Council, he stressed that t
the'host governments and not
the 'ICA are responsible or,
balancing their ,econoMIC
growth. He ISO said the gov governmentS
ernmentS governmentS should do more to
educate the people about' eco ecoricmilc
ricmilc ecoricmilc development and ',their
role It it. - t
'Referring. to the' nevi Devel-'
opment Loan Pond, the official
Said Latin America should "give
the fund chance." The fund
is available tor all orts etlea etleaSible
Sible etleaSible 'projecti both private
Ind governmental '4, and an anplication
plication anplication tor leanS are being
accepted.
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SAN, FRANCISCO MP)--Quad
runlets were born Tuesday night
to a 19-year-old housewife, but one
of the infants, a girl, died shortly
alter de 'very. The mother, Mrs.
Gladyt McGraw, and her three
sons wore in good heallh at 1
l' )ilal.

TEE110 ,BOOSTER
APRIL 18th, 1958 8:00 p.c. '1:00 t.in.
DOOR PRIZE- FLO
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.,LUCtiO AZCARRAOA AND AL, MART 'S tiEP, CATS
, Dance will be held 'at 'Tee Club
' 'Roosevelt Avi.lt Balbott ad: 7
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; Dress is optional--no Jeans or Sh ts kplease)
, ''' FoOd St 'popular pric
Help raise funds for the. Comp! onrof 'the .!,
' TEENO :
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. This dance is for,Adults and iffisiters

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, CHANGE OF COMMAND ....Following it recent retreat yam.,
, at Fort Kobbe, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, lst
' rattle Group, 20th Infantry, witnessed a change of command
ceremony for the unit, Col. Robert W. Garrett, group commanding
officer, right, formalizes the Aaiun with the presentation of the
company's guidon to Ca Pt. John G. Oliver, left. Oliver assumed
his duties from Capt. Charles C. Early, who has been the unit's
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1 WASHINGT0l4 (UP)-4he:Ilnit
ed States and its 15 U.N. allies
the Korean War challenged:Com
munist China, yesterday BSI
whether it,would agree t rituniti
Korea through free elections su
' pervised by the United Nations.
They also'. demanded,. to iiknom
whether the Communists woul(
,agree that any Korean Nation&
Assembly formed as a restat
such an election would havi rep
resentation based on' the 4'indi
genous population" of ,Nort AO(
South Korea.
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The Allies told the CommUnisti
a note that if they provide(
clarification of -these and tothet
points they ')uld give "ouretii
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There was tittle expec atiot
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the Korean War challenged:Com
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Korea through free elections su
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They also demanded to iiknow
whether the Communists would
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Assembly formed as a restat of
such an election would hatti rep representation
resentation representation based on' the 'Indi 'Indigenous
genous 'Indigenous population" of Nort and
South Korea.
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,' Appointment of J. J. Williams
as the new manager of the Parke,
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Free Zone, was announced today
by,W. H. Bundesen, assistant di director
rector director of the overseas operations.,
, Williams joined Parke-Davis in
1956 as a regionariales executive
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41. ern Hemisphere, a position he
helk.',until his present aPpointment.-
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business adniinistration back backpound.
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pervisor supervisor for a Canadian pharma pharmaceutical
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1" '' ,' ' th" bts 22 11: for George'e early. silence.-East ,..f.,,,..,...-....Ae:,itg,:::,....:..2Agii.:,..;::,,,ns:1.;:.:..:,..::,:.:..:..:,..............::::.:k .::::K:..:..:,...::;....i.,....,;::,,,,,;.,:::.,1.:..;:i.:,:!..,,.....,.,.......:........,:..,:.....:., ,..i,....::..H:..:.....:.:.......:..:;:.:......: ..
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lion population, a top-heavy ma
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' .ty; over -North Korea whose a ,4 s -,T. . CHO KEITH, M. BRUSTER, 'Irighti, ,Navy 4,1,alsori Officer a .. ; .. A.::.:,:,,,::::?:....::::::,-::,.:.,::::;:.::..:.i:,:i.,::...,...
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populatiott,is' estimated .at 6 milt
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,.. ., i-, ,, mon eorge ,, on y a s w en GOrgas Hospital for the,, past two. years, receives the yersonal; ...., .,., ...,4,..,:...i..,:,.......:,...i-..4...,:...,z,,,I.,.-..-:::,,:.:-.1:.-...,,,::::.,,1--,,,:.$,4,..,..:.,,.,..:.i..:7..,,.:,e:..:::......J.:-
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, dent4 FitteSnth Naval District, After, being' Presented' .1' lettel .' ..d, .-: '''' '''' :1';'i'i.,':litt,:igil75:1:11,74.:11.:1':."':(1:'.';':;::'::::.:::,::::::i:: .. .,.. . ., .,,
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to- the Chinese Conimunist Foreign .C,11,11, do spout his generosity. ,,, -,
If 'East .', -had 'Simply. --; --.-::,:. 4
e Peiping by -, Britain; ,, discarded of commendation from Dr, Norman I-1; Wiley, !Director. of uor .. .... ....:::.:.......,.:,..:3:..i....,i::i::.....:....,;:....::..i:,.:...i:..:....,:....::.::....:..:....:
as Hospital .,..The letter- which- was presented to Bruster--.by .. ..,,.,,..,::.,:..,,.:i::..,::,.,h:......,::......2.,.,.,::,;::.,...i..:i...i::.....,...:.::. .... .... ... ...... ..... . .
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1(i)ififlecti, reincognizes, China: Tbe gist George might, have -nulled the last IR
t; ,' ;-,.,.,,';',-:-,i,,ati,,,w.,,,,,,,,,,-:,,,,,,-.',:.:::,.?,i,,:
ales In cer.emonice held at the 15th Naval District Headquar-'' .':::1,:r.',11;,,:iii:,1:':-',".:),4,.-,,.:',:,:M::,,,,.',,,,,:: -1 ': '.
of: it had been agreed ,Opon pre. trtimp -:and -concededt- a ,,diamond ;ters, read' in part:',,"On- behalf tit .Gorgas Hospital :'I wish..to'' ..- ,,,..,,,.,.',.',W,..t.:Mi,,,,i,',.',..,.O.,.4..A:,,:;:',.:' ,:-.N,,,.. ., '''",,:,"::,.:',:--i-::,,V..4.:0,,,.,,,',.::,.::::,-,1.,.,.it::.;k.... :.,,,,,,.:,.c,:. ::,,? t ,. ..,.:,.,,..,.: . .. .. ;,. .,,,
viouslylpy.,the. Allies at meetings trick.., In that case he would also ,.
- ' ,
need', the spade finesse, and ; that exPress. sincere aPPreciatiOn for -the' outstanding."manner in ... .::.i.i4":',',..V:,M,:::,..-.1,0M1,,,,"...,.,..t,,..
held in Washington. ..'",.. -,:. t ,. .,:,...),
cxeerge miot ; which you have, carried out t'yourt duties as. Navy Liaison- Of- ........, 4','..'4.:;.,,,.:.;..,M,',044,,',,..;:mt",- '.. -i,
olt was in.,reply to .a statement Would have lost Or. Deer i ';' It is -exceptional that a single'person can 'combine the, -, 1.:,M,.',.,'.-,1,!..n:-:,,.-t:.;-0.,,,,,;',..,.'-::-:,..,:,4..;,-..::
'issued Feb.",'5 bY, the' North,' Ko, hove' played it third diamond,-; In ,- ; -
h t case East would be able to
rean Communist, regime";demand- t a ,,tinderstancting- and expecta,tions t t uite different.' Orean-'-. ''.' '' ,,a:A4,ifii,,:4,x....i::i;:".'" ,....soarii,imiit6,40;i. 4,,,k.ii.,;:wai-4.,.!;,,,k4',its,,-;,..-,, .:,.',',,:.4:,..:.',,.:,-: 4
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ization, structures in such ',way. as to br ng about e es red i L'...,-.':::., :. ':, .::;.; .7. :), :. ,;., ,... : .' ..' .'::,-, .' : ', ; :s . : '. s .; i :'''' ::i,A; .., ., .: .' :
ing ,, evacuation ,, ef7---alit','.:,oreign -trump' a .',bigh diamond,,' not a -, :reault t'..;4' the best pOssible mediCal-, care WithOtit delaY; With .,-:-,',.. .t'. I-. ..,;. .t-...,....',, .'t.. '''' '.. '48' ''''..-.: '''...S. ' t.' -.....'. .' ''' ..1 7.':' .:. ''''''''.7...... 7'
troops: from the peninsula. and. Sreall ono and, George would have I,
out 'administrative -Air pUblio relations ,problems. i'' Also preseht ...' : : ufita.,qu.ipi : -e(1.0k,.... attn.. et'spray:;, '7!!!...''.0.,!?-. i:.,:?:,..-
free .electione tda reunite the war, needed -, dummY's',Isat trump; to
..4 ,. .,, 4 , ....,t (--1.-.. ..., -at the commendation ceremonies, was Captain-, R.', F.', tegge;'..'. ','''''''.."-. ; . . ,

giveouth' Korea, 'With its 22-rnif.
lion population, a top-heavy ma
jority over North Korea whose
population is estimated at 8.mil
lion.,. 4, :
The Allied note was delivered
to the Chinese Coirimunist, Foreign
Office in Peiping by Britain;
Which recognizes China. The gist
of it had been agreed Amon pre.
viously hy,the Allies at meetings
held in Washington.
was in reply to a statement
'issued Feb.. 5 by, the North 'Ko.
rean Communist, regime demand demanding
ing demanding evacuation of--.111' reign
troops from the peninsula- and
free elections to reunite the war.
torn country.
The North Kiireans Said the
,elections should be supervised by
a -"neutral nations) ,commission.
In Red parlance, that generally
has meant such nations as COITt.
munist Poland, ',,,Czechoslovakia
and Yugoslavia.,
' Red China backed the propesal
Feb. 7 and announced it planned
to 'withdraw all its trOops frOM
The text of the Allied note 'was
not made public immediately.' But
the State Department isslied
apecial statement which', presum presumably
ably presumably closely paralled its language.
The department Said the Allies
"Welcomed the announcement that
Chinese Communist forces' are. to
be svithdrawn from North Korea."
-also said they "were glad. te
note that the Communist authori
ties 'have otated that they
favor free elections." ,
' But it added that "there 'up.
Pears,: to the governments con.
cerned some doubt as to the
precise interpretation te be placed
on the Commtmist proposals.",
US'Ilavy lib Spend
,
19,5,3,C,3 On 1:evi
Fighter
,
". WASHINGTON (IIPYL-The Navy S
is spending $9,900,000 on, a new s
single engine jet fighter .plane, o
$1,900,000 more than. the cost of P
IS B52 hydrogen bomber, 'it ,was P
disclosed yesterday, - a
-Testimony made public by; the e
House Appropriations Committee t
shOwed., the Navy !has placed a t,
' small order. for tile Chance I
1 Vought F813 Crusader,'The price 0
appeared tir ee a record for fight-
er planes.. However, the .; cost !,
would 'drop with volume' produe-
thin. ' -.
' The, FO343 is ,-a, much faster
version of the original F8O1 and
has- been ,- converted to an all allweather,
weather, allweather, fighter-interceptor.. I t I
elaborate electronics equipment
accounts for nearly bal. of its
'' The ,B52 bomber, loiid tonsid tonsid.
. tonsid. ered tne ,nation's "most expensive
combat plane, cost eight-million
dollars a copyThere are 602 of
. the eight-engine bombers nn ,or ,or.
. ,or. der, and the cost will come down
as prodUction increases. ;
Ilear Adm. It. E.. DiX011, chief
of the Navy Bureau of Aero Aeronautics,
nautics, Aeronautics, gave the estimated "pro "productipn
ductipn "productipn 'unit cost", for the F8C3 at
an appropriations r',,bcommittee
hearing in Februar7y., '. ;.' ',' ,
Dixon also disclose(' that' the
McDonnel F4H all-weather. fighter
was costing $74,05,000 at present.
He testified that there are 23
F4H and 18 1111.J3 planes on erder.
Ha said the Navy would seleet
osa or the other for volume pro.
' duction.
Dixon testified the Unit', cost
would come down with greater
production. ANavy officer said
!Wednesday that the cost of the
late'model Crusader might be re reduced
duced reduced as much as two thirds with
volume preduction. ,
The officer attributed the high
Cost of the plane to its increased
performance, higher powered en engine,
gine, engine, and complicated electronics
equipment for operations in any
kind of weather. -.-
The Crusader is expected to fly
mnre than twice the speed of
,,otpd, or f Irr ran 1,7 ) p:'( 5,

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GENEROUS George truniped the
king of clubs and went about his
business without even one little
Ilia first play W I'S the king of
trumpc. his second a small trump
to dum py's ace. Now George play played
ed played the king of diamonds and con continued
tinued continued with the deuce.
This was too much for East. Ile
put his little trump on that deuce
and remarked, "Today really is
Christmas. Thank yeu George."
,"Not at all," replied George.
1,,Tou are welcome to that 'trick
but I trustaou will have to ob objections
jections objections to my taking the. rest?"
- East played a second: club.
George rtiffed, led,a diamond' to
dummy's queen, played dummy!s
Ace of spades, returned to bis
hand by rutting a third club and
proceeded to discard dummy's
two remaining spades on his last
two diamonds.:
There had been' a good' reason
for George's early silence., East
could have beaten the hand if
he. had just, restrained his
pulse to trump that little div
mond, George only .talks when
there is nothing the opponents
can do about his -generosity.
If tan had simply discarded
George might have mulled the last
trump and conceded a diamond
trick..In that case he would also
need the spade finesse, and ; that
Would have lost Or- George might
have played i third diamond. In
that case East would be able to
trump st, high diamond,' not a
small one and George would have
needed ,dummY's. Isat trump to
ruff a losing diamond. ,,
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'East South West Notts
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tie Agkos tilt
What do you do?
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posed to bows beard Os bidding
' and to know what be lo doing.
TODAY'S 41VEsrioN
Everyone passes. What do real,
load?
Operations icer
Dodson erothoted
To'Lt Colonel
Maj. Arthur W. Dodson, Operations-
officer at headquarters Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Command, was promoted
today to the rank of Lt. Col. in
the Dnited, States Army.
The sliver oak leaves of his
new rank, were pinned on his Uni Uniform
form Uniform in a brief ceremony this
morning by, Brig. Gen, George le.
Schlatter; Caribbean Command ai aisitant
sitant aisitant chief of Staff of ptans and
operations, J-3, following receipt of
promotion orders from the De Department
partment Department of -he Army,
Dodson -was recently integrat integrated
ed integrated into the regular Army under
the, D. S.' Army's officer augmen augmentation
tation augmentation program. has served
is' the Army oPerations officer
on the joint staff of the unified

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AWARD WINNER Lwatroy W. Lathrop, assistant project
engineer, Inter American Geodetic Survey Bolivia Project, points
-out to Col. F. J. Tate, director,' 1AGS, the region high in the
Bolivian Altiplano where what is believed to be the world's highest
first order spirit levefline WU established in 1956, under Lathrop's
supervision. In a ceremony at 1AGS headquarters, Fort Clayton,
Canal Zone, Lathron was presented 1 Department of the Army
Olatsitanding award certificate for his tsemplary worit in Bolivia
over the past three years. (U. S. Army Photo)

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CHC KEITH M. BRUSTER, (right):, Navy 'liaison- 'Officer at
GOrgas Hospital for the,, past two,years, receives the personal,
:Congratulations' of Rear Adm., George', Wales,- USN, Commanl.
dant, Fifteenth Naval District, After, being' presented' a' letter
of commendation from Dr, Norman 11; Wiley, Director of Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Ilospital.,',The letter which was presented to Bruster-bf
' Wales in ceremonies held at the 15th Naval District Headquar Headquarters,
ters, Headquarters, read- in part-mOir behalf ot Gorges Hospital, I wish to''
express sincere appreciation ,for 'the' outstanding 'manner in
which you have, carried out 'your duties as Navy Liaison Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. i It is exceptional that a single 'person can 'combine the
, understanding-Ind' expectations ot two ,quite different' organ-I'
ization structures in such OS tO brill! about the' desired
result the best pOssible mediCal-. care ,W thOut delaY, With Without
out Without administrative --or publio relations .problems. AlsO present
-at the commendation ceremonies was Captain-. R.: V, tegge,;7:
MC, USN,, (center), Fifteenth Naval Distriet' Medical Officer.,
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For Th2alre Guild '-'-:
Play !Time Lim!' i -,
' the Theatre :Guild vill bold
tryouts for its next production to tonight
night tonight starting -at 7. p.m in the
USO-IWB Music Room.
The play to be cast Is !linie
Limit" the story of arr American
soldier who is about to be official
ly charged with treason while in
a North Korean prison camp. The
play takes place in the office of
a U.S. ArmY Judge Advocate on
a post somewhere in the Stites. 1
', It is a matter of record that
the individual charged went over
to the Chinese Communists, made
propaganda broadcasts for them
and complied with all their re requirements.
quirements. requirements. Before the final cur curtain
tain curtain comes down, after a sus suspenseful
penseful suspenseful three arta, his motives are
revealed and a new view is
shown of the results of Commu Communist
nist Communist brainwashing. -,.
There are- 13 male pada and
two female parts to be cast. All
the male roles are portraits of Ar Army
my Army Officers and enlisted men.
--time Limit" had a sucessful
run on Broadway in 1956 and was
recently made into a very excit exciting
ing exciting motion picture. I
command headquarters since '' his
arrival in the Canal Zone in May
Prior to his assignment to the
Caribbean Command staff, Dod Dodson
son Dodson served with the Department
of the Army in the Pentagon.

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while Ron Jackson added a hom homer
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go off,Chicago starter Ray Moore. .2 r
Southpaw Harvey Haddit pitch pitch,
, pitch, ed Cinchmatt t a five-hit 2-0 tri triumph
umph triumph over Washington' but the
Redleg victory' was marred by a
th;rd innino beaning' of Frank
, Robinson. The Cincinnati outfield outfield,
, outfield, er ,was removed to a Portsmouth,
O.; hospital after being ,hit in the
head by a Camilo Pascual' tell.
Hospital attendanta.,:said the tnju tnjurrapparently
rrapparently tnjurrapparently was" not. seriouS.
' Ed Bailey' had a., hinter and
three singlets,for four of the aia
hits off Pascuel. Moor the game,
' the Redlegs announced that Ve Veda
da Veda Pinson, 19-yeer-old rookie had
, been promoted to the Cincinnati
, roster from the Seattle lisC
Milt McCormick, San ,Francis ,Francisco's
co's ,Francisco's 20-year-old soUthpaw, bested
Herb Score. of Cleveland, with, the'

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NEW' YORK,c April 10(UP)Hammering
Hank Aaron'thinks he'll hit "around .345 or .350"
and at the pace he's going now- rival Pitchers will

gladly settle for that.' '1,

The Milwaukee slugger socked help of a third innipg error by
, his eighth home run of the spring 'rride first baseman Mickey Vern Vern.
. Vern. and his third in as many games on which permitted three unearn unearnyesterday
yesterday unearnyesterday to lead the Braves to a ed runs. Vernon missed a foul pop
' 8-4 victory over the Los. Angeles eff Danny O'Connell's bat w'th
Dodgers at Dallas.- '. the bases loaded and the t
oat;
Aaron also had a single, for two second baseman then connecte
of the f5ve hits Milwaukee VMS for a two-run double. Two more
able to muster off four Dodger guns came across on sacrifice film
pitchers. Thanks largely to his Daryl Spencer and Rocky Coley'-
, consistent stick work, the Braves to hit homers.' ., , ,,,,
showed a five games to lour edge Harry Anderson, Ails Repulski
over Los Angeles in their Grape- and Willie Jones each homered to
fruit rivalry which now is over. lead the Phillies'to a 12-8 decision
' "1 figure if, 1 can get off to a over the Yankees at Winston. Sal Salgood
good Salgood start 1 have a chance to lead em, N.C.,'before 10,059 fans, 1ar 1ar',
', 1ar', the league in hitting," Aaron dec- gest in North Carolina's-baseball
lares. J v. history, The Phils teed off on Sal
A "chance" the man says. Maglie for' 11 hits in six innings
Who's he kidding? Outside of but the Yanki tied the score at 8-8
.' Stan Musial, he's the most loni- and 'reliever Al Cicotte was the
cal candidate to capture t b e loser. Don Cardwell and Dick Far Far'crown.
'crown. Far'crown. Even Musial, who won' rell pitched for Philadelphia.
- the title last rear with a .351, The Red Sox drubbed thei r i
.., average, says Aaron is the man Memphis farm hands, an Don Busrl Busrlhe
he Busrlhe must boat out. , din and Frank Malzone hit hom hom,
, hom, Lew Burdette' and rookie Carle- ers but the big newr of the. game
': ton Willey limited the Dodgers, to was Ted Williams' first exhibition
nine hits as the Oraves increased appearance of the spring. .Tee
their spring record to 14-1L' : f', pinch hit with the bases loaded in
EVerYOne ill COUPerned about the the fifth and. walked, and when
White Sox' power except the White the crowd continued to clamor for
Sox themselves, who came uP him, he came up as a inch, bit bitwith
with bitwith seven, runs 'in the fourth in- ter again in the seventh and re
- 'ning to beat the Cardinals;101 at eeived another walk. ,
, Joe Demaestri's double with'the
' 7 Titor Traticoni,;,rapidly 1 nailing bases loaded highlighted a, five five'
' five' dosm a regular outfield berth, run rally in the seventh inning
1 homered and doubled in the, big that gave Kansas City an 8-3 win
, i fourth and singled, on two other over Little Rock of the Southern'
: occasions tot, lead Chicagoir15-hit Association.. Ned Garver was the
, attack.' Billy Goodman drove in 'whiner. -, ,'' ,,, ')
four runs with a elute and double A Scheduled, doubleheader bP bPwhile
while bPwhile Ron Jackson added a hom- tvveen Detroit and Birmingham
er tor the White Sox.4Wally MOOn VMS washed out by rain.' .. A
hit a grand slam homer off,Chica- Pitchers Moe Drabowsky and'
go starter Ray Moore. 7, nob Andersen of the Cubs wore
. Southpaw Harvey Haddix pitch- k discharged from the Army at,
ed Cincinnati tio a five-hit 2-0 tri- Fort Chaffee, Ark. Drabowsky,
emph over Washingtow but the however is hospitalized with a
Redleg victory was marred by a threat afaction and will not loin
th;rd inning beaning' of i Frank the ehicago' ,Club for a' few
Robinson. The Cincinnati Outfield- days. -
; er ,was removed to a Portsmoutbi The Orioles signed pitcher 'Jack
O.; hospital after being ,hit in the Harshman 'to a formal contract
head by a CaMil0 Rescind pitch. and manager Paul Richards said
Hospital attendantr said the inju- he Wiped he tould be one ,of tag tagrraPparently
rraPparently tagrraPparently was not serioul. timore's starting nitchers. Harsh Harsh,
, Harsh, Ed Bailey' had a., hinter and man had been suffering 'An ailing
three singles.,fer, four of ths six aelc all aprmg,, , ,4 i
hits eff Pascual. Mee the elms, The Pittsburgh Pirates scored
Roams announcad that Vs- 13 runs in the ninth inning in crush
da PinS011,19-yOar-Old rookie had ing their Mexico City fprm hands
, besn promoted to the Cincinnati, at Mexico City. Gene Freese led
list.', ' the Pirates with a single, two
, roster from th Soothe
Mik McCormick, San ,Francis- doubles and a triple, while team teambested
bested teambested mate R. C., Stevens hit the' onl
co's 20-year-old sonithPaw,
Herb Score. of Cleveland, with, the heme oh rit Y
run 0 0 la 0,. ,.. 1 ,,

BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Thu; Saturday evening, April 12,
at the Elks, Lodge on tr Boca
Road, the spoils will. be given to
the victors, With the lodge being
adjacent to the (Balboa Police Sta Station,
tion, Station, the) heavy Winners will be
able to call for yolice protection.
, The reports have it that the loot
to be distributed ts the largest and
wealthiest of any dished out by the
Balboal.Men's Bowling League,' r
' The recipients will be bedecked
in 'their bowling shirtsand prac practically
tically practically all the sponsors (angels)
have accepted invitations to at attend
tend attend the festivities which will start
with steaks a 6:30 p.m.
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, Fight Results
tRISTOL; 'Conn.: :Willie Pep,
,129. Hartford,,' outpointed
George Stephany, 130, New york
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Pitts, 17912; Milwaukee, outpoint outpointed
ed outpointed 'Art. : Swiden,,- 193, Pittsburgh
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- SAN ,PRANCISCO, April 10
(111))--; Eddie Machen and Zora
Polley; first and second ranking
heavyweight challengers respec respectively,
tively, respectively, last night battled to a 12-t
round dxr.w in a contest that was
both boring and dramatic.
Machen, who weighed 101
pounds to Polley's 194, managed
to keep his unbeaten record clean
only after an all-out effort in the
closing, rounds. tfachen went into
the ring with it consecutive vic victories.,
tories., victories.,
, Polley, irlio fought effectively
vthile counter-punching' with right
crosses and at times right upper upper'
' upper' cuts, had the .Upper 4hand in the
, first four, rounds.. :-
',The following three stanzas v)ere
even but in the eighth Machen,
apparently heeding the crowds
shouts of protest for more action, I
showed more aggressiveness. Nekr
ing the end of the ninth, Machen
caught Polley with two solid jabs
to the jaw and, had him in bad
shape' near the end of the tenth
with effective left 'hooks the
Jaw. ,
roller, shook up, Machen in the
early part of the eleventh with twn
left books and a hard right to the
jaw but Machen countered with
several two-handed flurries to off offset
set offset the initial damage.

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NEW YORK (UP)--Billy Brown,
a matchmaker for the Interna International
tional International Boxing Club, was scheduled
to testify again today before a
New York County, grand jury in investigating
vestigating investigating crime and bribery in
boxing. ,
Brown was questiOned before
the jury Tuesday for two hours.
It was his second 'appearance,
having .testified very briefly sev several
eral several days ago to identify IBC rec records
ords records which have been suboenned
by District Attorney Frank Ho Hogan
gan Hogan in connection with the invet invet,
, invet, tigation. , 7 '' .1
1immy Peters, Washington MC:,
weRerweight managed by Herman
(Dymic the Mink) Wallman, testi testified
fied testified for only two minutes Tues.,'
day and then was ordered to ap appear
pear appear again on April 21, Wallman
has been charged by Hogan with
being a virent" for tunderworld
figure, Frankle Carbo, often said
to j)e st hidden power in boxing. ;

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TRENTON, NJ. (UP)-11mpire
Larry Gambell put all he bad
into calling an out on a, close play
at rirst base Tuesday indluding
his pants,

The scene of the show-stealing
PIO, ',was the 'Rides. Brandeis
game which Rider went on to
win 11-2. Gambell gave one of
those television performances dur during
ing during the third inning, winding 1113
his body and jamming his Ost,
thuinb outstretched, high in Ithe
'
'Unfortunately,' his' trousers
weren't up to the occasion.
They split from here to there.
Someone dragged a toat out to
him, -while another, fellow went to
Gambell's house and got another
pair of pants.
Everything In order, the signal
was once more, !Tier, ball."

Fdt Rest Ot Sasn,-:'.

'BOSTON (ITP) Red Sox catch catcher
er catcher Haywood Sullivan, who tried
for years to win a starting. berth,
faces surgery on a ruptured spinal
disk today. Sox officrals said he
will probably be lost,for the sin sinA
A sinA spokesman skt New England
Baptist Hospital said the 28-yearold
Sullivan would be in the hos hospital'
pital' hospital' "at least three weeks" and
then wear a brace for an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite period. ,
Sullivan,, a native of Donalson Donalsonville,
ville, Donalsonville, Ga., was. batting .258 when
he suffered a,broken,index finger.
He began complaining about his
back while sidelined. ,

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PRESENTATION. OF AWARDS to the Fort Kobbe Intra-post golf champions and runners-up
took place 'at a ceremony conducted by Colonel Robert ,W. Garrett, right, post commander.
Shown, left to -right, are: Sergeant First Class Archie Ir; Stubbs, medalist and post champion;
, Private First Class Warren Nesbitt, runner -up; and Private First Class Warren L. Wieckhorst,
first flight champion. The tournament was- played with .8 36-hole qualifying round to deter determine
mine determine the medalist, and qualifying position as, well as the selection of members to represent
Fort Kobbe in the Panama, Area Armed Forces Golf championship, (U.S. Army Photo)

The Bo he W-ICent fi've-game soft
ball championship series whic h
had been scheduled to get tinder tinderway
way tinderway yesterday at Santa Rita ball ballpark,'
park,' ballpark,' will begin today' instead, at
4:30 pm. ,
, The opening contest was 'post 'postponed
poned 'postponed Ilecause of the deatMof ex,
President Alcibiades ,Arosethena
who' was, buried yesterday morn morn,
, morn, Sportsman Felipe Motta w 111
make the oppning pitch from the
mound to Fire Chief Raul Aran,
go who. will:be at the plate to
swing at' the rtghthander's dell,'
very. 1- -,
The team which wins three coil coiltests
tests coiltests out of live be crowned
1958 champions. 1

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Boite W lost only one game" dur dur.
. dur. mg the regular season while Ken'
dropped two. Interesting is the fact
that Kent beat Soite W in its only
eback and, you've guessed it,
Boite W was responsible for Kent's
two defeats. '
The loopfs champion hurleti Rtt Rttdy
dy Rttdy Lynch, will, bpen on the hill
for Boite W. Rudy chalked up six
victories and suffered no losses
during the Tegular campaign. ,$
Iron man Mac Lane, also a six sixgame
game sixgame winner, but with two defeats,
will start for Kent.
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for adults. There will be no charge
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SOURCE OF SUPPLY7Manager Al Lopez looks for some
sorely needed Chicago White Sox hitting from newly acquired
Outfielder Don Mueller, left. Ex-Giant was magician with bat.
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The cream of teen-age' baseball
taleit in the Canal Zone will start
battlifig it' out at Mt.' Hope Stad Stadium
ium Stadium Saturday to win a place oil the
V.F.W. Teener All Stars.,
'The Canal Zohe currently holds
the United States National Teen Teener
er Teener Baseball Championship and
will return an' all star team to
Hershey; Pal, in August to de defend
fend defend the title tit the V.F.W. Na National,
tional, National, Teen-or, Tournament.
Foul' teams of selected 13 to
15 year olds from the Fattlich; At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, Curundu and Armed Forces
teen-age leagues will compete
this year lu the V.F.'W, Teener
Baseball League. The manapr of
the aggregation that Win S in the
league will be the manager of the
UM. Teener -All Stars In the
trip to Hershey, -,
Fifteen players Will be selected
Ifrom the four teams at the, con conelusion
elusion conelusion 'of the league play by a
roMmittee composed of ,tbe man
agers, coaches and' one baseball baseballwise,
wise, baseballwise, disinterested person selected
by the league, who will act, as
coordinator. , ,-
The league opehing will bo'at
1:00 p.m. with considerable fan
fare. Albin Krankowsky, Dewitt'
ment Commander of the ,V.F.W.
will throw out the first ball Oth-'
tor dignitaries. will attend.
The opening game Will pit the
Armed Forces vs. Ctirundu. At 3:00
p.m. Fastlich will tackle Atlantic.
Both contests should furnish the
fans with the brand of baseball
they like to see. A big turnout
would encourage the, boys.
On Sunday, at the same lime
and place, another doubleheader,
will feature Fastlich vs. tbe Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces and Curundu vs. Atlan

MAGAZINE HONORS THREE
NEW YORK (UPY-- The maga
Hock'ey Pictorial has named Wren
Blair, manager of Canada's Whit Whitby
by Whitby Dun lops, world amateur hock hockey
ey hockey champions, hockey executive
of the. year for the 195'7-58 season.
Toe Blake, coach Utile Nationill
Hockey League champion Montre Montreal',
al', Montreal', Canidiens, was- nanied top
coach, and Gordis Howe of the
Detroit Red Wings top player.
, PANS HONOR KING
GOLDSBORO, N.C. (UP)-- For Former
mer Former maior league pitcher Clyde
King, who got his start in profes professional
sional professional baseball on the sandlots
here, will be honored by local
fans today when he brings his Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, Ohio Jets of the Ameri AmeriCan
Can AmeriCan Association into town for an
exhibition game. King pitched for
the Dodgers and Pirates and later
managed Hollywood, 'Calif., and
Atlanta,. Ga. ;
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MAYOR FOR TWO OATS
MOLTNT CARMEL, Ill, an)),
Archie Dees, the UniversitY of In Indiana's
diana's Indiana's Ten Conference
basketball star, will be -honored
by his hometown fans on Friday
and Saturday. Dees Will serve as
'-bonorary" mayor. of Motmt Car Carmel
mel Carmel on those two days.

BASSETT SIGNS IN CANADA
HAMILTON, Ont. (UP) ---, Full Fullback
back Fullback Maurice Bassett, who was
let go by the Cleveland Browns
during mid season 1957, has
signed with the Hamilton Tiger TigerCats
Cats TigerCats of the Canadian Football
League's Eastern Division.
RIOERS ADD TWO
, REM, A, Sask., (UP) Jerry
Welch, it quarterbaciefrom South
, Dakota State who was released by
' the- Baltimore Colts- last -season,
has signed with the Saskatchewan
Roughriders of the Canadian Foot Football
ball Football League's Western' Division,
The Riders also signed Roger
Gobhart, a guard who played his
collegiate ball at North Dakota
State,

, By STAN MOCKLER
ST.- LOUIS (11P) Maity Mari Marion,
on, Marion, the man who played shortstop
like Paderewski played the piano,
just cannot get away from base base1larion,
1larion, base1larion, nicknamed "Slats" be because
cause because of his architicture and
"Mr. Shortstop'; because of its
mobility, was rumored in the
market for a National iBaskethall
Association franchise's few short
months ago.
But the project, is which he was
joined by a business associate,
ran ,into numerous snags and he
has now given up .the idea. And
the lure iof baseball has finally
tempted hiwhack into the game
in the unlikely role of manager
of the Concordia Seminary team.
,
Enthusiastic as Always ,
Marty, who managed the Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox; the St.' Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals ,, and the ,, nOW defunct
Browns in- the, big time, bas at attacked
tacked attacked college baseball, orphan of
the sports pages, with his usual
enthusiasm. e,
Pete Pederson, Concordiel athH
letic director, breached the idea
to Marion and his salary, if there
is any; is small. enough. to be
called bonorariuni.

Vihatever
Happened to ;"

Cleveland ,Indians
Buy 'Steve Ridzik

Ed4on CNRADO SAn::ANT

xhibition

- At Mexico City, Mex. '"
Pittsburgh :, '000.000 003, 3 8 2
Mexico City 000 041 00x, 5 11 1
R. G, Smith,& Gross (5), Face
, (7) and Kravitz. Itimirez an'd
1 Petasof LoserCdross. ,'
As Charlotte, N. C. '.. '"
New York (A- 100 000 010 2 7 1
Phila. (N) 101 000 01x, 2 9 1
Ford and 'Howard, Johnson (7).
Sanford, Hearn (9) and' Lopata
Winner,Sanford. 1 ,.,
, ,,
1, 1., 6 '.'. !t-----1.--- '',; ,, , ,,, ,,
1 At Corpus Christi, Tox.
San Fran. (N) 011 300 002, 7'11 2
Cleveland (A) 412 400 00x-,11 10 3
Worthington, Miller' (4), Crone
(1); and Thomas, Test ). Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Churn (5), McLish '(8) and
Nixon. 'Winner Glad Loser,I
Worthington. HRs,-Vernon, Maris.
At Scottsdaio, Ariz., :,, ';,.
(10 innings) 1 ,
Chicago (N) 000 001 301 1.8 12 2
Balt, (A) ', 001 001 102 0., 5 13 1
' Drott, Nichols 8), MaYer (9).
Rodriguet (10) and Tappe. Pap Pappat,
pat, Pappat, Harshman (8) and ,Triandos,
Ginsberg (10). Winner Mayer.
LoserHarahmane HR,Nieman. Y
At Austin, T-477(13 Inn.)
L.A. (N) 021 001 000 000 0-- 4 9 3
Mil (N) 300 000 010 000 1.-- 51240
McDevitt, Kipp. (12)' and Walk Walker.,
er., Walker., Bubl, Conley ((IL: McMahon
(8); Robinson 10), Paine (12) and
Rice, Crandall (8).-Winner,Paine
Loser--Kipp. 11RNeal, Aaron.
)it' Richmond Ind '''. t
incinnati N) 000 000 300, 2 10 4
Wash. (A) ' '202 240 00x;--10 14 0
Rabe, Acker (5), Freeman (6)
Klippstein (7) and iBurgess. Ra Ramos,
mos, Ramos, Hyde (7) and Courtney. Win Winner,Ramos.
ner,Ramos. Winner,Ramos. LoserRabe. HR
Courtney, Bilko. ,I,
,
At Wichita, Kan.
St Louis N) 000 020 200-- 4'11 1
Chicago (A) 100 200 20x., 5 8 1
Jones, Martin' (5), Barnet (8)
and H. Smith.t Wynn, Fischer (8)
and Battey. WinnerWynn. Loser
--Martin.,.. ,
r

' ADOLPH' KIEFER ,,,
,
(Back in 19:16, a teen-ager. in Chi.'
eago could slip into a pool at the
Lake Shore Athletic Club and
crack every listed world back backstroke
stroke backstroke record on the books in just
a practice swim. That Was before
young Adolph Kiefer began to
compefe in earnest. Thereafter he
wrote his own backstroke records
into the tbooks and swept the
Olympic crown at 100 meters in
1938 with a new record 'of
1:05.9 that stood until 1952.

Whatever happened to Ado In),
Kiefer? Today, now 39, he still
lives in Chitago where ht-makes
swimming pool and water gki

CLEVELAND. Ohio (UP)-- The
Cleveland Indians bought right righthander
hander righthander 'Steve Ridzik Tuesday
from the Phoenix club of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast League in an effort to
improve the pitching staff that
has-been-disappointing daria g
spring trebling.
Ridzik, who formerly pitched in
the National League with the
Philadelphia Phillies and the New
York Giants, won eight and lost
six last season with Minneapolis
in the American Association.

0

CoridOrdia, whose 11---(4
evitably known as t'....e I'
ha3 'aii excellent Teputa'.. 3
incubator of big leaT.: x
Carey: the old-time ba r,
Dick Sibert, Connie Ith,
first baseman,. and B-.1 5-
ganss!' of triple-play 'al, -, all
ConcOrdia alumni. .,
But, the' college game, I '. e
big-tilne 'version, is n-t it 1
its hiadaches. , 3,
'',- tAnti-Climactic Vont :
.
' Mirty's first venture,' a ',:' It
Culver-Stockton of Missouri, INas
,anti-climactic. Before it WaS
rained' out,- his third baSe coach,
eager to live, it the big-league
toner,' asked if he should ,"flash
'em .1110"signalef ..'. t 's
Marion" ,who learned something
of base7path confusion when Senor
Mike. Gonzales was handling the
third, base chores for the Cards,)
decided to play It by ear.
"NO, iiist 'yell at tem-to run or
hold the base," he said. .'
The contest' was ", washed 'out
shortly 'thereafter' and Mart y's
collegiate .', 'baptism -' of fire .was
postponed' until last Monday. That
was exactlywhat it turned out to
be, 'too. ,,,,,,'',,; '''..- ;
. The .,Preaclieri, dropped their
opener to 'Luther College of De.
corab lows, $-6. ,. 1
f
''',!,1, .. '-''' ,.? ,: i
.
Pat! ic,;', 1 2H' I

Rssian Grappires
Leave For Series
Of U.S. Matae',-

&bowling effort of 5 for '27 and
' 3 ,for 34.'by Ashton Waite and G.
Brown with, a- grand knock of 23
by Reynolds were the high highlights
lights highlights Of the 'match won by the,
Womack American Whisky C. X.
against the Paraiso C.C. at Parat4
so,' on Sunday, April 6.;
W,Inning the toss and batting on
a good wocket, the. Paraiso C.C.
captained by fG. Bruton s amassed
a total of 23 runs all out. L. Brown
18,.! A. Blades-17 and E. Holder 14
were. the batsmen who, reached,
double' ligures.,, 4
In reply,, the W.A.W.;Ii,,Inade 78
runs for 9-wickets. G. ,Brown 20,
S. Cerezo12-and M. Sthith 11 were werethe
the werethe principal, run' getters:, for the
whiskymen : ,,
Bowling for Paraiso -C. CO,: cap.
tured 3 wickets for 16 runs,,r,-Williams,
(Magry) 3' for 21.- A, Shani
2 for 32, and G. Bruton 0 for 6.
Umpires were A., Barber ancht
Tudor. ,
The' prizeir given the league
were won -by A.'Walte for taking;
the lowest.amount of runs per wic,d1
ket for 5 wickets and O. Reynolds.
for Ihellighest score in the matehel
This coming Sunday, April ,13,:
the ,Paraiso C.C. will play fevelly
C.C. at Paraiso. Game starts at'
12:30, pan.- rlayers are asked to
be on time ; 1 ,

NEW YoRK' (UM The Ittis;
man freestyle wrestling team which'
will' meet an all-star American
testa fair rnatches 'was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to leave today by plane for,
Tula, Okla.
, The Soviet' grapplers, all of
whont have held world, Olympic,
or' Russian; championships, will
meet ,the U.S. team at Norman,,
Okla., on Friday, at Stillwater, r
Okla., on Friday, at- Stillwater,
Okla. on Saturdav and at Tulsa
next,. Tuesday. The series con-,
ret-th matches at New York 1
pet 17.
,

NO LIKE,--Seemingly unable
to bear what he sees, nina3ror
Walter Alston watches ex3 3-
tion games from betwr
fingers. The Los Ar i
ers have are tg
00'ot

SERVICE- "- :
k ' CENTERS'
' '' TONIGHT
BALBOA' ,' 1:15 & 11:40
Clark Gable & Yvonne De Carlo
' "BAND OF ANG53,21"
Cinema Scope and Color!
-.- No Matinee Tomorrow! -,
,
ICRISTOBAL 7:00
"THE BOLSHOI BALLET"
'
,
DIABLO, HT& 1:00
, Judy Holiday
, Paul Douglas omlIMP
"SOLED GOI,D, ''''.."'
CADILLAC" 1 en
" (Repeat Run) 'I'
. r 1
, GATurg 1, .r:aa
"GIRL IN BLACK
, STOCKINGS"
r -4
.0, --,
V MARGARITA S:15, 8:20
,,....m. "STORM OVER
an""nn''', THR NILE"
: , (Repeat, Run)
IP ARAISO SANTA CRUZ,
0:15 & 0:20 41:75 & 7:50
:ins m
STORY' and Sally Forrest
"PATTERNS" "RIDE THE
, 1:55 only HIGH WON
cAbrt MOW '',' CO & 8:35
',, "17E8 GOLDP24 TOOL" and
"CLIPPED WINGS" 1:25 only
l' 1

, , uni"..3 gh..3 b.,. I... vb.., 11,1 '44 6,-.!,---, Ne , HAiiiiiroN o t (UP) Full
' l Pa Val CB OEM IS NI 119 ill back while sidelined.
, , ., ,,,. -,,,,,, ,; ,. , , , ,: , ,' ., c '. ' ' ''. ;;00.0:.,0,0-1.,",,L 11 ' : back Maurice Bassett, who was r
tvl v -. ry t ,I. dr ''..4,2f1r, let go by the Cleveland, Browns du
leveland.:Undians
, ....,.
,,, .., ,,) ,,,,, .. ,, ,,, T A c.a. r it";,3.1 kot'!,111 -----.,,,,, ostrj 1 during mid season 1957, has
4 (0.0,4 I signed with the Hamilton Tiger Tiger'
' Tiger' Buy Steve Ridzik
I 0(72)(k").
-. ,..a,....,...,,., , Cats of the Canadian Football
-1,2A4Z3 r--) c..:3 I:: LI. g:1:13 I '
1
.. 1 ) ( ,. .., it ) tatin ', --. ,,,,,-.4, .. is ,,,t s- .401., e
rill '' Imu i0 (3"77 ., 1 01 opt2 1 re..:: --- 0.- .. ,
..
,
, L ague s Eastern Division. , CLEVELAND. Ohio (UP) -The
, - ,v1 tikt,l', ra..t .' r ,---- Cleveland Indians bought tight-
'CAPITOLIO: '''TIVOLI ,VICTORIA ,' RIO ei.el'. ,t-'7' ...1,;,,list--.40
0,---, t Ripalts ADD Two hander 'Steve Ridzik Tuesday
01.1 4. R
25e.' ..--,......,---- 15C; 35c, 5e. .......,.....,.,..,,, 35e. ---.........-p Ille. ib): i 4.... 4 .(ol, tlikst 10 . EGP1A, Sask., (UP) Jerry from the Phoenix club of the Pa Pa,
, Pa, Welch, it quarterbackfrom South cific Coast League in an effort to
' """-BANIErS125.00-6 Prohibited for Minors-, 0.,rer,DESERT SANDS, -lobintionYALlaallia, .,,,,,:,,,,,, ,t''' II, ;116.1NA 4. ,,, Jaa.- , Dakota State who was released by improve the pitching ,. staff that '' 1
, - -. ., .,. ,1 .., Als0: ) ,, ',, ,, so -osIllAll s ',' -- -,-""0""ss"" the-' BaitiMOre Colts- last-season, has been disappointing d a r I a g ,..--,......1'!"' ..
i 20,000 LEAGUES SENSUALITA with ,Ralph Meeker 1 , : ''' ' 1 , ,, .1, ,,' ,' has signed with the Saskatchewan spring training. 4 NO LIKEi-..Se
with A. Nazzari :r' '' TIME LIMIT - '
' Also: r Roughriders of the Canadian Foot- Ridzik, who formerly pitched in fitongbeerasr. TwhheaLt ohl
I UNDER,yHE SEA', 4 4. Als0: -"' ,
" ,' 4 ,, ,- and . C AN 'FILL YOlift NEE ball League's Western' Division, the National League with the Walter Alston
- Also:, . TIIE "EVIL IS JOHNNY CONCH() , SDI 11 , The Riders also signed Roger Philadelphia Phillies and the New ton games frc
,
Gobhart a guard who played his York Giants, won eight and lost
ATTILA with May Britt with Frank Sinatra SPACE collegiate ball at North Dakota six last season with Minneapolis er havs' 8"
1 i' State, in the Amertcan Association. "0"t t t,
,
, .,
, , ., ,..
, j
,

and at I
gladiv
, The Mil
, his eighth
, and his ti
' yesterday
: 5-4 victory
Dodgers al
Aaron al
, of tbe f5ve
able to m
pitchers. 1
, consistent
showed a 1
, over Los
fruit rivalr
-"I figure
good start
the league
lares.
' A "chi
' Who's he
Stan Musi
, cal candle
crown. El
the title 1
, average,
he must I
Lew Bur,
, '', ton Willey
nine bits a
their sprim
' Everyone
White Sox'
Sox theme
with-seven
- 'ting to bee
, Denver,
7 Tito' Tra
dosviv a ri
, 1 homered a
fourth and
occasions
, attack.' Bir
four runs v
' while Ron
er tor the
hit a grand
' go starter
' Southpaw
ed CinC111131
emph over
, Redleg
th;rd innini
Robinson. 1
' ; er,was rev
O.; hospital
- head by a
Hospital at
ry,epparen
' Ed Bail,
' three sing
hits aft Pa
' the Recileg
' da Pinson,
, : besn prom
. roster free
Mik McC
co's 20-yeal
Herb Score'

... .. ., ,. , , ., ,,,., ,, ,- .,: ,, .,, :,,,. ,.., i :. -.-, called 'honorarrum. ...,-. .,., ,-, opener 'to 'Luther.' Colfeke--, of7D-e--
, coralljown '9-6 ,.- -
1 0: A. g. d in :T e ,St.ifY : : :' : H : r. .';':".' '',".i,1 A I u ,, 1: '.':;:.;::17. '''' l'' ''' '..,.::'., : ... 1' '"' '
'''' '''. r r:- iiii-' rar,;t..eam,. atur ay- . ,., ..
,. ., ..
3efore Grand' ury .. ,.; '; '::,': J, ,:' :,:- ,:' ::-.,---: --, ': ,: ,, ,, ,,:,,:, ,'-.. .; :,,:.: -,:,: .. -'s A t'
, , . , The eream of teen-agel baseball '.- ';' .:,, .6 nt Art f
' ; Exhi'ultion ----- 1
c tuq
taleit in the Canal Zone will start ,-1; ':.-
' ''' : '' - '' '''' Cric (et I fl S"
NEW YORK (iTP)--41illy Brown, : :..'. : -; ' ''
,,, ..... ;. ; i ; bluamttlisnagtuirtd-aoyuttoalvit Mu ta
tiMC3' '' ''' '''.': '''''''''''' .9;' ''''1..'"'' 1.1
i matchmaker for -- the Interne- ' ' , ,
io'nal Boxing Club, was scheduled Pana---61a- o t 'a amplonsv IR , ,.,
plliacTeeos,,,athd; -;,,:,,-:.,', ),.:-,--,::,-,.,,;,..,,,..... ::,..;,.,,:,,,.:.,.,..,,1,4,,. ., ,,, .'.
0 .testify again today' before a , -. :. .1'.. 1' ' ," 's ' -1. :'
All-Stars.; ,,,,,. ,.':;-,: ' : iA.1 ,'1. '''',,,, , ",, ,,1..'..i' ,'',- .:.! 1, ; .1' ,- '-''''
gew York County, grand jury in- '..;"-,,,! '.- ,.--- -,..' , ,... ,.., V.TFh.W. .caTneealnezro,-h
41 currently halite '.'
the United States National Teen- Pitt9urdghicra1 ':.'711,1,(1)03-7.ffilrez5 lalnl 11,13t. A,.10,:b.O, williengrioeildfsort:, woefre5 :tfhoer:27'hiSgnh'cl.,
'estigating crime and briberr in '' ".
.'..: ..,. or ; Baseball Championship- ,, 'and At Mexico City, ex. ; , ,,, .
ming.. : : : .i. ' eries Getslin er It ay,To ay MitexicGo, CsitmY ith000,.., Gr04185 ,. (xi-'),.
Wornack ',American Whisky C. .C.'
3 ,for, 31.by 'A ht W 't
s on al e and G.
Brown ;. was questiOned before i :'....,..". ;: ",, .. 1: .. ,- , :' , - ) .1,, ,'. t2i.7, -..; '', .,, 11 return an' all star' team to ' ., : , , ,.-. ,.,., .. ., : Brown, ',with iv,- grand knock of 23
,
he jury Tuesday for; two hours. ,' ::11';''''''':,-;;:'' '''' :--. ',
;., ,, ,. -., p -, ,., ..2,.: ,. ;', .-!;. ,' Herihey; Pal; in August te do-, ', Face
t was his second ..iipnearance,
Petaslih ilte401. c..; .; ,. -.. ,.., '...
(7) Inf.., L ry Gross. r ; lights,..nt the 'match won :by the
laving -.testified -very briefly sev- The'Bolte W-Eent fiVe-game anft Boite W lost:only one wile dur7 fend the title in the. V.F.W.; ,Na.
ball; championship series w hi c h ing Abe regular season while Kew. thing.; Teeti-er; Tournament.' ..: -',..
ral days ago to identify IBC tee teeAt'Y
At'Y teeAt'Y alrt IA- 100 000 010- 2 1T1 'against the Paraiso 'C.C. at 'Parai4
rds which have been subrieneed had been scheduled tci 'get' iinder, dropped two: Interesting is the fact Folik' -teems of -selected 13 .,.. to L.
01 .., ,.. so,''on 'Sunday, April 6.; ,,,,
.3,,,, District Attorney Frank Ho-. Curu
way yesterday at Santa: Rita ban- that Kent beat Boite W in its only 15 year olds from the Fastlich,1-At. New or ,
Winning the toss and batting on
a a noward, Johnson17)1.
were, ;the, batsmen
an in, connection with the invee-'. park; will begin ,todaT1, instead, at eback, and,. you've guessed -: it, lantie, ndu and Armed Forces Phila., (N). ',.; 114 N x 4 4
4:30 -p.m. ', ,-,,,,, ,z, -. ,, , Boite W was responsible for Kent's teen-age leagues will .' compete
nrasn(aargser inoft;ihee and' Lopata a '' good ,wocket, the. Paraiso C.C.
igatiort.'.. i .., ,, ,''. t ,!, :::.1.;-''
, The opening:contest wis'f post-' two defeats. '..,,,. ,,,,,, .', ,..,: -,' this' year in .the V.F.'W.' Teener &infer ,,Hear .. ,, : ,,, captained, by ti0-.. Bruton s amassed
leva.rguwe..,w,TilelebneerthAell s At, Lorena 011 300 002,. int 3
nforna (9) 1
' "'''. ''' '''''l ''' 4 s''' '''i: ' poned tecause of- the ,deatMot ex, , t. ''- t ' Baseball League.' The managar of WFinnrerdSan-a , '. :- -,, a total of 73 runs all out.-L. Br
-Jitray Peters,1Washingion D.C.;
Chritti,'-Tex" 1'; 18,, A. lader,17 and E. Holder 14 ;
Felterweight managed by Herman President Alcibiades ..-Arosethena ,11The loorti thampion hurle4 Rai, the, aggregation that 'VAN in -,:the -,- Le ;.
';w110, reached.
Hymie the Mink) Wellman, testi- San Fran. (N
double' ligures.,,!, .'",,.. ? ,- ,,- . ,,i,
inwligo:7.eii.,,,brurietl,. yetterdeYmi:: orn- fdoyr LByonitcehw,hwiR1111.-dbype
cnhalnkedth'euP) -1381'111
A )412 400 00x-11,10' 3
,ed for-, only two minutes Tues. Sportinen; FeliPe MAI W I 11 victories and ,suffered AO ;, IOSOS trip to Hershey, : ': :f -4! .. -i.-. Cleveland ( ), ..., In. reply,; the' W.A.W.,, Ii..; made 78
ay and- then was ordered to ap- make' the oppning pitch, froin the during the regular cairipaigM;,,t,'; Fifteen 'players will be selected 1-
Worthing on,
t Miller', (4),', Crone
1,.. runs for 9-wickets.: 0. ,Brown 20,
ear again on April 21, Waltman mound to Fire Chief Raul Aran, ,,, Iron man Mac Lane, also a sit, from' the four ;teem', ; et the', con- Testa ).
(7), and Thomasm h., (8) tia
0 S.. Ceres, 12-and M.' Sinith '11. were'
as. been ;charged by Hogan with go who.' will: be at the Plate '. to game winner,. but with two defeats, elusion ,'of the, league play, ,b, a cia, Churn (5), cLis. to a a the principal, run' getters; for the'
eing a ,,, !frOnt'' :for3,-underworld ,- -ng at'. the righthander's dell,' will- start for -Kent. ,:, ; ,:. ;;
; Committee composed' of tbe '11103 Nixon. Winner Garcia ser-.
whiskymen ..-' -'', ,- ... ,:;,,,,,,,,,
gure i Frankleearbo, often said -wri 1, ,,, ..: ., ; , ,..: : , ,-;,-, ,,- , -,: :-. ' :, , ,,,,,, age,rs, coaches, and one1baseball- Worthington.; HRs-'-yernon, Maris. .. Bowling for Paraise IC.' CO): -cap-,
) lie e,bidden. power ,th boxing. 1 ye y.,
team 'which .WinS three cee- ':' price, of admission Is ten cents wise,. slisinterested person selected .'" : ., .,' ,.- tured 3 wickets. for 16 run's,, Pt,- Wil Wil1
1 Wil1 -,, 11' 1 e' '11 b ned for adultc There will be no charge b ...the league,- who ,:will-- ict,-as At Scottsdale, Arlu",, ,:,,-. .':. ';.. Hams, .(Magly). 3! for 21 --A Sh i
' "' ;" ., ::. 4,' tests out of live ,wi e crow ,, .,.,, ., .. -- ,i, coordinator, ., : : ,. (10 -innings) -,.' :",. : ....: .' 2 foi 2 an'
2 an ,
-G., Bruton l'.1. for 6. il
1958 champions. 1 ., ,.: , .,. r , A :
for children.. ,
The lea ue a ill b 1 ' Chicago (N) 000 001 301 1 8 12 '2
mns .. , ,,,,,.:. . on 9 h penile T1 e at Umpires, were A... Barber :and 31 ,---
I ' 1 Hand Gts Up'
, Re ,,. ..... :.: ,, s, :, ,. .:,, :,,,,,,,,::::,,,,,,,:,::,,,,,,,,,,:,:,,,,:,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,, lf .00 p tb., wit considerable fanogr Balt. (A)1!,, 00I 001 102 0.-,. 3 1
11,- Tudor.s- 14 '' '"' '-' ' ''
i 3-,.,,A fans with the brand of baseball' Mil IN) ,300 000 olo oo0 1. 5.12 '0 12:3k p.m., PlaYers. are 'asked to
-- --., ,,,,,:,.,,,::: ,-, are. A in KrankewskYi Daoairt6 ;.Drott,,,, Nichols' 8), 'MaYer (v)'. The' prizeir'V n '110 th I r
' pants spill: ontit,, ,;,:4:;':30';:::,:',,.::::,.!,:::::::,,,r,-- ,,,,k,o:::,,, : ,''. :,,,,::,::',:,',:,:::i. --,:::,,:,.., :..,:: ment Commander of the V I: W Rodriguet (10) and Tappe ,' Pap- '
.,.
- ;,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,
. : :,..,: ,, : : ;
.k.;::',44::--?,:'.-:,::::::.,n:,,!A ;,,,,,:, :, : ,; ,, V e y e eague
:,.... ,, . were 'WOO .ty A. Waite forlaking ;
.
' Ni tor dignitaries. vtill ;:attend.-,.. Ginsberg (10). Winner ..... Mayer., ket for 5 wickets and O. Reynolds..
, ,,,;., The opening game Will pit the LoserHarthmane HR7,71tlieman. Y for the,highest score'in the m t h 1
,si:,:,:,;;:4 they like to see. A big turnout McDevitt,1, Kipp' (12), and Walk- be, on time , ,-- I
- .;,;:,,i;,ii,-: will throw out the first hall Oth.!.. pat Hershman (2) and l'riandos, the lowest1amount of
. -,:'4 i..-4..,, , ... f 1 4, F,,:4 ,.r, ,.,11,....,:, . ',.::::
, runs per wit,w1
TRENTON, N.. -(UP)--Almpire :- :::;,i!:','.::;:i;;;';,; 1 ::'.:
: -,:::::,.::::-:: ,,
,arry Gambell put all he had :',:,::::,;;,:,, :,, 1 a C
?,:; Arnied Forces vs. Ciirtindu. At 3:00 ', '''''"1 '' .---7.1 .'' ;. Th'
is coming' Sunday,' April ;13 ;
sin calling an out on a, close play ',,..,,,:,;,,-,; i :,:, p.m. Tastlich will tackle Atlantic. At Austin,' Tex "(r3 'Inn.) .:,-- : the paraiso C.C. will I fd '
p ay, velly ;
t Are baee Tuesday indluding -.:,-::!:::':,,, :: ..,,'...: :::::::;',,,;::,;::::H!.:'..,f, it. : :',;. Both contests should furnish the L.A.. (N) 021 001 000'000 0, 4' 9 3 C.C. at Parai
so.! Game starts at'
is ,pants, : : : . ..;iV1,'::'i:''''','( '',;:4':i;.,:1,:: ,;'.::::,:!-,:,;-.,:::'':'!::::;:: ,?,,,,,:;:,,k;::,,
The scene of the 'show-stealing ::'::,,,, ,.. ::0:::::;,:A:::,:::::::4- : : '' : ,:i::3 would enentira cia tho; hnui 1' .. TbUt ris.u. tin, Itoititshnn ,',' '..''', ', ' .'
. ,,,,, .,

,
7:
' CEN
,
t
...BALBOA'
Clark Gable &
"BAND 01
CinemaSeop
1: No Matinee
CRISTOBAL
- "THE BOLSI
.1 ; 1 DIABLO, HT
, Judy Rol
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withtend the' festivitiei which will start Someone dragged a 'toit out 'to ;:::.:;::,,,,,::!,::::::4;,:::,:,:::,:.,!!:,?:.::. ::::::::7:,,:?::::.:::,:.,,,,:::::: .: ,,,,.. K::;,.-:;::: ,x,:.:,,, Hockey Pictorial has named Wren ' -' '. .i s ,''' : The', Soviet', grapplers, all 'of
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6-10 MIddletoivn, O., High star, and 6-11 Bill (The Hill) McGill
of Los Angeles' Thomas Jefferson High. These two, the most t
wanted schoolhey cagers in the land. will be on display for
collegeand pro,scouts 'in Spalding's East-West cage classic
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1No matter how realiable the
,urce, or plausible the t circum circumances,
ances, circumances, there are times when our
ubts remain stubbornly unresolv,
I and we will demand to be
own before believing. s.,, ri r
Such a time is at hand. Beciise
,ose Skowron has been shatter-,
' distant barriers with the long
.1 and per,orming with-. sturdy
mpetence in the field, it is tak-1
tvtor granted he has won exchi exchie
e exchie rights to first base the
,nkee lineup.
Ne read. ."First base has been
,k vexing problem since the- day
he doomed Lou Gehring was fere fereid
id fereid to quit, after a lengthy andlu andludnous
dnous andludnous career. By his work this
oring Skowron has demonstrated
a thesatisfaction of all,' that ilhe
ready to take over the ,bag, on
permanent basis." t
,cou'd well be that the
ready, but whatd about
,ey Stengel--is he e a d y,,
hat's the, vital question.,How van.
iiiiyone be sure that S ten gel
ants a regular first basemani or
ihat he can win with one?
The way,Mr. Platoon plays the
'ame, you get the impression, he
elleves it is illegal to use the
me player in' the same position
(or more than two or three days
'n- a row. It also May be signi signidcant
dcant signidcant that amid all the hoopla o o',er
',er o',er the Moose, Stengel himself bas
,mained ,singularly mute,
Nirhaps the very thought ef.., a
Itime first baseman is', tree
volutionary for him' to Cor
l'ehend. Ora rsmsmbertuil
At attempts, by rival owners
a sabotage the Yankees through
,tra-leaguo legislation it may be
t is suspicious. Could this be
ore of the, soma in disarming.,
, different guise? ,
',11 the -time Stengel's had the
nkeees he's never been fored
,lay with only one first baae baae.
. baae. To expect him to conform,
mventional managerial dogina
ds.late date, and it his qge,
'wilight 60s, is not only tin tin(
( tin( but wicked. 1
engel's first year as mislie;-
si 'in the Stadium dugout was
low many tirst basemen, pid,
se? Four. Tomniy tenrich,
Johnson, Dick Kiyhoski and
,Fhillips. With what results?
wely won the pennant Ind
Norld Series. ,
limp Di Maggio First Bass
urally, a smart fellow will
Abandon' it winning system.
eact, he'll try to improve 'pi
, Which was what Stengel did.
,t season he used five t
men. Johnny Mize, Joe Ctil CtilJohnny
Johnny CtilJohnny Hopp, Ilenrich. A,
: of all persons.,, Joe DiMag DiMag,
, DiMag, e t that NIVaggio, ,a0 164
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By WILLIAM F. TYREE i' is better. than jumping every day.
, t - This kind ot training helps me
LOS ANGELES (UP) Charlie get my body up where I want it,"
Duntas ,the University. of South- he said, twisting almost in two.
ern California sophomore who "I haven't any particular aim. I
bort the official world high jump just jump. But I've worked two
1 reeerd, isn't'cocky but hopes some inehes higher every, year since
day to clear seven feet, five Started, jumping in the ninth
' Mel es.- grade.
, Dumas set 'the worid standayd "I hope can vp around
of 7 feet; tx,i inches in' the suIn- 7 feet, 5 inches. 1 ..don't think
ciner of Jam& and Went on to ent,,,t there's any barrier."
an rOlympic, record' of feet. 111 Then, without any warmup, Du
Ittiche during. the, 1956 gamps. mas cleared a bar set well above
Yuri Stepanov of Russia c eared his own six-one height. Ile waS
7 feet 1.2 inehes- last year but that almost as casual about his prep prepleap
leap prepleap hasn't been recognized yet arations when he surprised the
because he used a special type of trark world by clearing seven
shoe on his take-o f foot to pro- feet. ready," was all he
vide. more spring. said.
, ,Mental Hazards? '-t No Special Shoe
Ditmas try to surpass Step- Neither Dumas nor his coach,
anov's Unrecognized mark? Are Jess Morgensen, are considering
-there' mental hazardS when the using the, kind of special shoe
cross-bar is placed at seven f,eet which has enabled tepanott and'
or hil,her? several other' Russians to make
"Well, I always try to do my iscveral outstanding high jumps,
eb-,qt," the good Iaturett 20-year- "Until the shoe is recognized,
eld said as he d,gpc t In a mnsele vion't use it." Mortensen said.
rg that Le thihr,s 1 But lie and Dumas ate certain

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a fixture in center field, once
playeo first for the ,Yansees may
nave escapeo your memory. if
so,- it's unuerstandable. career
coulu hardly have been shorter.
it aa4ed up, all told, to kone
Stengel eXplained: "I' was try trying
ing trying to save his legs. a long
walk td center' Mid between in innings.
nings. innings. From tha dugout to first.
it's just a stroll. Ana he's 35, you
- LipAaggio, ,we recall;did not
'take to the experiment with
boundiest enthubiasm, even
though he had an errorless day
with 13 chances. As matter
of fact; he was embarrassed.
. "The time to make tre' into
a Most baseman is; in $tspring
training, pot when We ere t
to win a- pennant." alsre
atter; a certain coolness existed
between the Clipper and th
manager; -
,.Nevertheless, the-Yankees d id
not sutler tronC- the experiment.
They went on to win the pennant,
and in the Series, they swept' the
whiz-Idd Phillies,' four up,, --four
down. Who needs a regular first
baseman? Certainly not Stengel.,
We just hope young Skowron un understands.
derstands. understands. ,
The Stengel Concept
In the nine years here Stengel's
had,' counting repeats, at least 30
men work The, firsttase swing
shift. Last seasbn he had three.
Collins,. now, retired; Suitcase
Simpson, a .Kansas City acquisi acquisitioh,
tioh, acquisitioh, and Skowron, who wag e ever
ver ever 100 games.
Stengel is a brg-bat man 'and
can be counted on to make f ull
use of Skowron, maybe even at
first, iwthwithstanding his distance
for the stenciled pattern. In the
the first he didn't move him' a around.
round. around.
' Skowron's bat is of more im,'
nportance than the position he
plays,' escpeclally at the Yan Yan,Miekey
,Miekey Yan,Miekey Mange hifting
the Moose fourth and Yogi
Berra fifth,,Stenget woolsi have
an awesome concentration of
power, capable of obliterating
righties and lefties alike.
Stengerbis added a new dimes-I
sion to ',managing, Maneuverabilit
This explains his' emphasis on
versatility. Obviously, a Gil Mc,
Dougald, who can play three po positions
sitions positions well, is of greater avlue
to an imaginativi manager than-a
Gil McDougald who can play On Only
ly Only one position,
If Skowron is the very-day firiit
basentan, ,it will mean ftengel
hasn't got as' much.maneuverabil much.maneuverability
ity much.maneuverability as he desires, as much ai
he's had In other years when be

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NEW YORK (NEA) Ray Ro Robinson
binson Robinson hung onto the coat of the
guy ia front of him for support as
ne staggered out of a back door
at Chicago Stadium. He had just
beaten Carmen Basilio but he was
37 years old and the elort nearly
ruined him.
, At Sarasota,- Fla., Ted Williams
' 39, hobbled atound the ouLield dur during
ing during a Boston Red Sox workout,
complaining about ankle and rib
aljuries and generat old age.
At New York's Jamaica Rice
- Track, Eddie Arcarov 42, finished
-14' combing his hair, put on his coat
and then walked quickly out of the
, jockeys' room. He had been on
; -three monts this day end telf,
N, he said .iresh enoughlora round

A DEFINITE CONCLUSION has
t been drawn from these, sights.
t If a man has a young son or two
be has a clear duty. Parent should
eat baked potatoes allotted for the
offspring and feed them wbter wbtercress.
cress. wbtercress. Parent also should take
money put away tor college edu education
cation education and spend it for admission
to a Turktsh bath. The boy should
be placed On ,the top shel of the
Russian room while a placita
knocks the garbage from his bones.
' All children should be starved
so they can become jockeys.
$ As the Thoroughbred Racing AY
sociation points out, a jockey be be',
', be', gins his career earlier than most
athletes and Can look forward to
a longer career expectancy. Of
the seven; American riders who
have ridden over 3,000 winners on.
ly two are under 40. Steve Brooks
is 36 and Willie Shoemaker is
26, As for the others, you have
Johnny Longden, 48 and in his 31st
yar as a rider; Arcaro, Ted At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, 41; Johnny AdamS, 43 and
Ralph Neves, 40. They all started
about 20 years ago and still haVe
a future.
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MORE.TO COME ,-- Steve
Brooks holds cup given him oft
or his 3,000 winner. Stove, ,g
mere 37, has plenty ahead.
' no other segment of sports,
except, major league pitchers who
do not work, as oftennor make
nearly as much moneydo you
find lengthy careers even approch approching
ing approching that of a rider.
, SAL MAGLIE OF THE ,YAN ,YANKEES
KEES ,YANKEES is 41 and has been around
for 2OE years. Warren Spahn of Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee is 37 and has played for
18 years.' Williams and 'Enos
Slaughter, .the Yankee part-tithe
otfielder, are in. this class, toe.
Ted is 39 an& in his 22nd year of
baseball and Slaghter .is 42 and
in his 21st year.
, But in any,other sport; a 30-year
old is ancient and his bones, par particlarly
ticlarly particlarly if a football player, are
Charley Conerly, 37, and Ben A Agajanian,
gajanian, Agajanian, 39, of the-- New .York
Giants and Lou Groza, 34, of the
Cleveland Browns. 13ut Agajanian
is strictly a place kicker and Con,
erly,admits being a T 4uarterback
these days is equivalent to semi semiretiremeot.
retiremeot. semiretiremeot. On the race track, a 'man is use use'
' use' ful for a long time. Take, most of
your big ridersHedlry., Wood Woodhouse
house Woodhouse (38) or rric Guerin (34) or
Jack Westrope (40) and you find
they, have been around anywhere
from 17 to 25 years and they still
are in as much demand- now as
ever.
ARCARO, FOR EKAMPLE, rode
more winners last year 203
then he ever did in a single sea season.
son. season. "I've never flet better', and
I've never had more satisfaction
out of the business so I take more
mounts," he explained.
For a single year, a 'jockey of
any stature has to make $75,000
for himself. An Arcaro or Bill liar liartack
tack liartack is, worth $250,000 and over.
Which is, more than a Yogi Btrra
or Mickey Mantle pulls in. And
when you examine the number of
years the rider has in which to
grab- this cash the conclusions
are hievitab'e.
Man caght feeding kids a fll
meal should be brought into court
for criminal negligence. A boy can
be rich serneday if the old man
brings hint up small.
Charhe tould go -higher with such
an aid.
"No telling where Charlie might
go," Mortensen said. "He's ono of
those once-in-ablue-moon natural
athletes,' similar to Parry O'Brien
in the shotput.
Dumas says he' likes plenty of
fans in the stands when he com competes
petes competes because "they make me
want to try harder."

, which time all tne winners ana All Ot tne WinnerS wan Ina ex- tauon ol Me trOpnleS L;01- Deer- 1 quence now !naafi a DeLter Man
' :-,,,, rusnerpup of the recently com- ception of the third flight w i I 1 wester will be given a scrapbook I even chance of inning the them them0
0 them0 ''" '-"" '1"''''''''''''''' ''''''' '.'"1 pieted Best Balt Tournament st receive electric clock trophies (60- containing a 1 the publicity stories pionship. Final Scores were:, Mid- ti 11
' 1 the Summit Hills Gor and Country cycle). The medatist L both men that have appeared in the locsl land a 112, Surrey a 83. a
l'OST 1'00E11;1 2
, club will receive their trophiez:., and women's flights will also re- newspapers concerning the 1858 . ' ,.
,, Highlighting the Midland inning BEST LOCATED
, -,, colonel Charles Deerwester, gen- ceilte electric clocks.'The winners National Distillers 13est Ball Tour Tour.
. Tour. , were batsnien E. McKenzie-26, L.' :3 z ,,,,,--A--a-a--.-- .
, ,, 1 A eral manager of the National Dis- and runnersnp in the third flight nament.
Thorne 26, H. Dunn 20, C, Hewitt -, 4 ,, ''
., 1 ' ,1 tillers in Panama, will make the will regeive wigiding, c'ock. The The following will receive -thee
' i presentations of the, 22 beautiful runners up in the vhampionship trophies: , 14, and Egbert Wade ,13.' ' ,,, i
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,. ( 1 d us ful trophies which have flight and the women's flight will Flight, winners and runners up.
, an e The Surrey' Eleven, despite a --, Nt It.
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quick run-getting as their batqmen ,,,,,, a
been engraved showhing the ,e- become owners of bookencl tr0- ChamPlonshin Jack S m 1 t ii- shakY start (5 for 28), did Some
George Riley Jim Hinkle-Bill Le-,
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Ell f---900 nli Brun. ,) , lofttd the ball for "sixes" on taxi 140,144'
t 11 tki-'4'1 ' First Flight .M. V. Smith-W. occasions. '., '', '' 4111111,1016 '
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I OVIr jorotiPli I 11 Rogers.- , Skipper Luther Morgan 30 not
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1 IF Second Flight Paul Badonsky out, -Roy Waterman 2,1,, Marcus 2:110 to tilt minute rooms
t 67, Leo Eberenz, W. D. Hardie. S. Grannum, 10, and P. Appleton 0, ; Sensible Rates Include
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- Wigo's . were, the top-scorers et the.side.,
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, 0 , 'rhird Flight R. LaChep,. & Air Conditioning
. , elle-Bud Coleman, J. POrdie A. Successful bowlers of the day Ittaiiksmi HOTE
PACIFIC FARM LE.AGUE NEWS R. Williams' t 5 4 Monteath. , were ,Surrey C.C.: C. DeSouza 2 r-1
, L. Fontaine '', 5 1 Woments Flight -,-, Alyce French- for 26, W. Mike 1 for 17, M. Gran- AL-3V
t,r By STEVE DIAMOND L. Austin 5 ,4 Ruth Lincoln, Wilma Riley-Pauline num 3 tor 24, 'G. Carrington 2 for
, G. Voucher 5 4 Zon 23 and A. Drakes 1 for 1. Midland AK.
- Standings D.' Zemery 5 2 !lte inedalist trophy winners C.C.: Sidney Brown 5 for 50, E. at Nth St 'so
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Teams,. , Gang'. 4 3 Were Frank Day and Tony Jankus McKenzie 3, for 26, and ON TIMES SQUARE AT RADIO CITY
S.' Diamonn 2. 2 In the mes'al flight snot Pat War- tort- Plot' I. Next Sunday'a gamt Cahlo Addrent, HOTE1TAFT
69 :Instals 41 il6 ing and Louise Jones in the wom- --Surrey vol. Excelsior it Rainbow 1-
, uteal, of .10mal'ia
, Seymour Agency Jr.

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,-- Mutual Of Omaha t ounee Cyr
I nos 11-0 behind the airtight pitch. '
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ing of rancher. Williams hit a , '
3 home' run against Cyrnos' start-
' ing pitcher AngtliZOla, The latter , :
was relieved by Carroll but he
ebuld not halt the bit-happy,Mu--
tual team. ,'
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- n Mutual, who- already, had the
lisonnd half, title sewed up,,J wiU
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Midland C.C. led by, E. "T
Walcott, continue, to amaze
A via rds.Presentation:Tbhig
onlookers at The weekly cril

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National Distillers will be host
at a speciaL party at the Nation National
al National Distillers Agewood Bohio in
Panama today at 5:00 p.m. at
which time ell the winners and
rusnerpup of the recently com completed
pleted completed Best Balt Tournament st
the Summit Hills Gor and Country
Club will receive their trophies,
Colonel Charles Deerwester, gen general
eral general manager of the National Dis Distillers
tillers Distillers in Panama, will make the
presentations of the, 22 beautiful
and useful trophies which have
been engraved showhing the
PAW, IC FARM LrAGUE N,EWS
, By STEVE DIAMOND
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, Standings
Teems .. - W 1-
Muttal, of ',Omafia '''', ' 9 0
Seymour Agency Jr. 6 3
Cyrnoa , 5 4
Kiwis c, ' 4 4
Lifesavers ( 2 7
Mutual of Omaha tiounced Cyr.
nos 11-0 behind the airtight pitch-
ing of- Vaucher. Williams hit a
home' run against Cyrnos' start-
ing pitcher Anguizola. The latter
was relieved by Carroll but he
ceuld not halt he bit-happy,Mu-
tual team..
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tual team.
- Mutual, who, already had the
second half, title sewed up,. will
meet first half winners, Seymour
Agency Jr. in a playoff series at
Little League, Bark ,on, April 14,
15 and 16. The games willlet un under,
der, under, way at 4 Pan: -
,The 1301E Score:
Cyrnos : AB H
Hattler , 2 1
Thompsoo 2 0
Turner 2 0
Carroll ', 2 1
Anguizola ;'. 2 1 1
Nessler 2 1
Schonert 1 0
Otenso 1' 0
Totals , 4
Mutual of Omaha : AB H
B. Schmidt 5 3
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M. Harrington 5 4
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containing a 1 the publicity stories
that have appeared in the local
newspapers concerning the 1958
National Distillers 13est Ball Tour Tournament.
nament. Tournament.
Tirtt followin will receive -thee
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Flight, winners and runners lip.
' Championship Jack Sm it b bGeorge
George bGeorge Riley, Jim Hinkle-Bill Le LeBrun.
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Coleman, Ptirdie A.
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Woments Flight Alyce French FrenchRuth
Ruth FrenchRuth Lincoln, Wilma Riley-Pauline
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Were Frank Day and Tony Jankusl
in the mes'al flight and, Pat War-1
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LEAGUE RACE TIGHTENS AS
COOLSPOT BEATS BABY SALAS
By HERBERT MOISE
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Teams W L Pct. Gb
Dep. Baby Salas 6 3 .667
Cafe Coo 'spot I 5 3 .625
Powells 3 3 .571 112
Hermanos Yohros X 6 .143 4
For the third time in four meet meetings,
ings, meetings, the defending champion Ca Cafe
fe Cafe ''oolspot Firefighters have drop
ped the boom on the high-flying
Deportivo Baby Salas as they built
-up a commanding lead in the first
two innings then went on to win a
thrilled-packed 7 to 3 contest be before
fore before an average sized crowd that
braved the inclement weather.
'After Chester De Souza singled
over short, the 'fighting Firemen
went on a bunting attack, scoring
four runs in the irst and continued
with the same tactics against Lou
Hilzinger to run their total to sev seven
en seven runs in two innings. After that.
the Paul Walker-managed Cafe
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Walcott, continue, to amaze the
onlookers at the weekly cricket
matches held in' Rainbow City.
Last Sunday the club tacked an another
other another five points unto their league
lead at the expense of a power
laden Surrey C.C. and as a conse consequence
quence consequence now stand a better than
even chance of inning the cham championship.
pionship. championship. Final troves were:, Mid Midland
land Midland 112, Surrey 93. N
Highlighting the Midland inning
were batsnien E. McKenzie-26, L.
Thorne 26, H. Dunn 20, C, Hewitt
14, and Egbert Wade ,13.
The Surrey Eleven, despite a
shaky start (5 for 28), did some
quick run-getting as their batmen
lofte,d the ball for "sixes" on six
occasions.
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Skipper Luther Morgan 30 not
out, -Roy Waterman 24,, Marcus
Grannum, 10, and P. Appleton 9,
were the top-scorera of the side.
Successful bowlers of the day
were ,Surrey C.C.: C. DeSouza 2
for 26, W. Mike 1 for 17, M. Gran Grannum
num Grannum 3 for 24, 'G. Carrington 2 for
23, and A. Drakes lior 1. Midland
C.C.: Sidney Brown 5 for 50, E.
McKenzie 3, for 26, and Wal.tott-
I. Next Sunday'S game
--Surrey vs, Excelsior at RainboW
city, :

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SAN FRANCISCO- LOS ANIVIES k BALBOA

Lou as he allowed only one run runner
ner runner to get on base 'and that was
via a hit-by-pitched-ball.
' While the defending champs
were running up their scores, the
Dep.. Baby Sa las started to stir
but the dependable Coolspot
fense staved off and aborted sev-
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turn out to be one of those slug slugfests
fests slugfests but after the seconu inning,
both teams played brilliant ball to
thrill the crowti. Several "lit-formovies"
ca,ches were made with
Alejandro Bove lle's diving, rolling
and sliding catch in the top of the:
filth inning being the most spec-',
tacular.
Eusebio Chevo' Ortiz and Ralph
GOoding. both of Coolspot, pulled
ff two back-back -catches Oat
broke the Salas final hopes, of the '-
day. Ortiz went high in the air to
stab a Nugent Joseph liner in
deep left to rob the Sa las catcher
of a probable homer. This came
about just after Ralph Gooding
raced in the hole close to the sec-of
ond base bag to snare a low liner
one handed off the bat of Tonto
Canate. 4
Each of the top three:teams
have lost three games but the dif difference
ference difference in the win column has
made the big disparity in the --
standings
Facing Hilzinger was the 'hard
working Herman Agard whh-pitch-,;,
ed good ball to ,win his ,third
gainst one defeat. Hilzinger is now nowtwo
two nowtwo wins and one loss on the sea--.
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Baldwin's furnished' apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S' Cottages and Largo
Beach House. One mile Out the
Casino. Pitons Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside 'Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa.
, mama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
SHRAPN'EL'S furnished homes,
, on beak Phono Thompson,
Balboa 1772. -,'
FOR RENT New chalet, 3
bedroomi. living-dining room,
maid'a room, porch and, garage.
Corner Pomo ancuentenario
anti 7t Avo. Coco del Mar
: (San' Francisco). 3-3005.

!LEAVE Total AD WM ONE OP 002 AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES A? 134? "lr 1,41414114 LIERFElit PEECIA110-1 Street Nit. 13 AunNut.tr AunNut.tr1
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' PARMACIA LUX-164 Central Anima SOUSFHOLD FXCHANGE-4. Ire. de to Oom Ara. No. 41 FOTO POMYitttte Aretemena Ave end 33 St FARMACIA r
VAN-DER-218-6a Strout No. 53 EARNACIA EL SATUEROPaiono Worm Stred SARMAC1A "SAS"Vla torte 111 NOVEDADES Arta e
the Bella Vista Thentrik COLON Central Avenue 12.163 TeL 432'
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t Santa Clara Beach. Telephone modern furnished apartments. 1 A L1 op D L LE A a.. AA I
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' (San Francisco) Tel; 3-3005. ate -maid a room, with bath,: hot yoE: sAkE 7958 alarmist.
. i water, garage, unfurnished. la , itesv,to use.' while on leave...
! I I A o high. cool locality,' all icrioned, if arriviog in miami and ,do,..
1 ' I 1 in El Cam Tolophon,eat of- , parting rom ow or 4.,,
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t Legion Auxihary s buy .optio'n to ret4sponsTiblik Cvlarial 111 :
, : o. : .' '.' - ,:i 3-770E .'. 7'1 '-''.--': -- Zone ,penon only.' Give details.
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- i :' .. , , ,, , two furnished ,bedrooms 65.00; '. . -, ., :
FOP SALE ....." Mercedes Benz, '
1 i '1'' : Officers'- Delegates
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' Mont' an comfortable rooms at
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: .' the 'American Legion Club. .', cisco. ,, -: ," i. FOR SALE, .1955 Chivmlet 1
- Election of officers for 1958-
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sPinster' condition Fort Kobbe 84-3126.
' 50, election of delegates to the Reludant bachelor) or stxtton wagon 27,00 miles, good '.
) : :department', convention, a. n d w11 behaved couple to occupy ,
. i 1 ., judgnig of ',the POPPy: poster elegant vacation horns from A- ., FOR SALE .-,--, Opportunity .---
, i contest were the main things pril 15 ',to Ply 1st, cool, tend., Used 1
cars, ilcil new,..; less' than
'''. : tn. the agenda.. t fit, new.t All services, huge bar--
4 I hpif cost price, we receive in ex.
t A '' New officers for li,58-59 are: jain. Call 3-1387 behlisen change your car. ,: i : ' ,',
, i : ., :President, Dorothy Knox; ist and 7: p.m. for appointment. '; 1 ). : 1955 Cheveolet lel ,'Air 4
)),, :" : z vice president, Barbara idarohl; , , , , dopfs, Radio, ,r wo toneso white
. ; : 2nd ,.. vice president,' Eleanor
I tiros. Excellent -.mechanical 'con-
1-. Connor; 'chaplain, Veda, Pltee; c es
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- t :, : : historian,' Ann, Carattini; sgt. ,,, .: 31 1955 Oldsmebile NIX' Top :
1 r : ' at-- arms,, Renee GailVin. Unit ,
, I &um '18'' white tires,: uphol.
: '' executiva' committee "t women, ,- ., ..f. , , story new Radio. Excellent me...
. , : : Joan :4 0 Connell, : Anita, Mc- , ,, .., , chinicat condition, : :
' : ,.': Keown, ROSalle Demres; alter
'WALLET ...A.- Lost between Bal. 3) 1951 Ford Custom,4, doors..
, ,'' '' nate unit executive committee
boa and limits. Valuable pa- guarantee mechanical condition. ,
: 1 ,. -' women, '' Delores, ,Coffy,,,, Juana
per, and pictures.:', Call Apse; 4) 1955 Plymouth-Belvederto 4
I', :. 1 StaCch10, Sara Charbonneau. dor 4127. Reward. ', A doors, radio, new '. upholstery,
Department executive commit commit!
! commit! 7 -.) tee women, Joan O'Comiell, ', , 4,, t' i tion.: .1 ,,. ,
magnificent mechanical condi-
, : -, Muriel Black; alternate depart departr
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Concluding Rites 5) 1957 Buick Special, 4 doors.
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i, t ment ,executive com m i t t e e equipment i Complete, IOW Mt
,, i women Ruth, Daniel, Eleanor
, , ,, mileage, ,A. ,,. :, ,: ":
11, . Becker,', '. ,-- Of 'Passover Sete ,: ,, 6) 7 'HT M 4 d
195 i man. inx, Ion
, '.. -'"''',, Delegated JO 'the -department - new, save money...visit us. .,, .,..
tor' Three' Days I '' ll's
, t :8-rc.:"' tonvention are: ,'' ,' , ,,, I, ,., .4.., ,), 71 Autos Eisenman next to Coca
.1z ,.: Joan O'Connell, Muriel Blacli, , ''' ', ',: ;-,,,, -. cols Bottling Co. Telt. '24966i',
i :'''- Doroth Knox, Eleanor Becker, ,' Religious sarVioes .:,' for the ',-, 2-261a.,' ,', 4, . '-' ''. ''.'. '-'
: 1, -. Eiaenor Connor, Anita Mc- concluding days of the PaSSOVer ..,' St ,,W10 pay spot cash Tor genii
- f Keown, Rosalie, Demers, Rudi holiplay' wil lbe held at the F. !Xt. model CM. Phone ,all day.
' I tr Daniel. Alternate 1 delegatei, chaPel tit the USO-JWS Armed
, Panimik next ,to Coca Cola '
- .1 : Barbara' Marohl, Renee Gauvin, Forces BerViCe 'Center in Bal Plant,: 1,.. .. T... , .,,,
' Nancy Murphy, Delores, Coffy, boa, with Rabbi Nathan Witkin 1,
- - Juana Stuccbio, Vada Pence, officiating.- '-' ", ,: ', ,
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FOR SAL1 4,-, Century Buick 4, ,,
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,, ger. ., , a p.m., omorrow a doors, hardtop, : 2 tones, radio,
: ett Only 10 odo miles. Call 3.,
' '' )t : The 'judges for the Poppy a.m. and at 7:30 p.m., Saturday ,
, poster contest were, Miss Lois at 10 a.m. and ,5:30' ', p.m. 5504 at anytinise. ".,. s g
. ' Morgtm, school teacher., nal- Minch& Service.,', ,- r , . -.-, -, -,A .. ''' P
' ", boa; Mrs. Ellen,Kursman, Engi- Memorial services-for the de- FOR' SAL.E -- 1952 ,Studetaker
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Legion Auxiliary s'
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"Officers, Delegates,-
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lary,, Unit 1, held their regular
monthly meeting Tuesday '' eV
. the 'American Legion Club. 1
' Election of officers tor 1958-
59, election of delegates to the
department convention a n d
. judgnig of 'the Poppy,' poster
- contest were the main things,
'; tn. the agenda. ,,
A '' New officers tor li,58-59 are:
' : President, Dorothy Knox; 1st
, vice president, Barbara idarohl;
2nd vice president, EleanOr
Connor; chaplain, Veda POCe;
. historian, Ann, Carattini; sgt.
' at arms,', Renee GailVin. Unit
executive committee women,
' Joan 4 O'Connell, Anita Mc Mc,
, Mc, Keown, Rosalie Demres; alter alternate
nate alternate unit executive committee
- women, Delores, ,Coffyi ,, Juana
Btucchio, Sara Charbonneau.
r Department executive commit commit.'
.' commit.' tee women, Joan O'Connell,
- Muriel Black; alternate depart departt
t departt ment executive com mit t e e
women; Ruth Daniel, EleallOr
. Becker,', '. . , '
'''',, Delegated to the -department
',.''''' Convention stre: ,' ,' , ''
' Joan.O'Connell, Muriel Bled,
,, Dorothy ,Knox, Eleanor Becker,
. : Etaenor Connor, Anita Mc Mc4'.
4'. Mc4'. Keown Rosalie. Demers, Ruit
,,- Daniel. Alternate ,', delegated,
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' Barbara' Marohl, Renee Gauvin,
, Nancy Murphy, Delores Coffy,,
, Juana Stuccnio, Vada Pence,
- Sara Charbonneau, Peggy Kre Krei
i Krei The 'judges for the Poppy
,13oster contest were, Miss Lois
' Morgan, school teacher., Bal Bal",
", Bal", boa; Mrs. Ellen,Kurarnan, Exigt-'
,, neering Division Panama Ca Ca..
.. Ca.. nal; Gerald Doylet architect,
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against an armed enemy during the Korean COnIIICS; ',111Dgt tumult r, u IT y J, P, va -,,R,. ,..r ...--. ,,. ,
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. tion Ribbon with metal Pendant for performing' dutiei with the 20th, Infantry as platoon leader t : ,' - q t s'.,
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-' '' ' ., WASHINGTON,- D.O. ....., PreS- Neuberger of ,, Oregon), a Cab-. chairman. Lester A. Alexander, ii.,.'k'''',"' ,, 4,,,.,.....t.:17:..:.
t leer (Marion B. Zolsom, chairman, JWII's Fund-Raising .."...:::..-,
ri, ; .. tion of 918 new post office build- an estimated $46,145,000,' will be ., ide t Dwight D. fiSellhoviet ittl7 inet o.:
kirtirWE '''' Carl On
, ings' is under waY or will begin constructed under the depart. ...,,,, ,,,' , .,, coansivat claimed the aerylee- and leader- Secretary of Health, EdileatiOn DiVisiOn ..iwill 'sPeak 'at SerYices 1g ',.:!:.'''. '''
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v ,' ,The buildings will tost an esti- leased to the department'. , di
1 en. s: ::,:,., 1950 JwB Biennial COnvention. lects, asi American Education: A unique jewish Clt 'Sabbath ertY alld suPPIY clerk of the, Quartermaster Storage B t
'.' -.-,: .. :.,,, ', mated 349,245,000. 4 '-- -,; i Summerfield said funds' 'needed :-.
; Wth:F '1;2 L Stage Strenpas and Weakness-, Service will be held Saturday .Corozal, receives a Department ot the Army Suggestion ',
es, ,"Can Community,,Action morning, April 19. at the Shore- t,isttlocra:geabrirdanIteticheeacckh Itoimr eSlanfoEr7As,ucgagteasitoignuge tchoadte.stins canda,:l
. ,,:,, ,.?. ,,,, ...!, summerfield said 13 ,of the new 'to equip the -new post, offices un
. ,, .. post likes at an estitnated cost der the leasing program are pres- ''' -- ' I ',. the nation will attend the con- Affect'''. National Legislation?" ham' Hotel. The serVicWill be Inent be exPedited' from the stock control department t,2,
,;:,, .......,. v ,,,.r.,,. ::: at , :. ,, Nfreoamrlyje,:w101s90h ,:nomenmu4ntitdiesv,s'o:rioessti
; f., ', i' ''; of 59,100,000 will be built under ently availahe from' authorized ,,: '' 'r '.'''
',1: '',: the' provisions' of the lease-pur- SPPropriations. '' ,',. ,- ',.: ' '-': Vention,',which will begin Wed- "Vitalizing Citizenship", '.,- and typiCal of thousands conducted
A ir-16 1 washing- "The Challenge 'of the AtomiC for GIs bY .1WH at CamPs and Thisdoeument elimitates st., duplication of effort and c
, 't '; ''''?..',' chase law. 1 Under this program He' added, in a stateinent,' that .' t
it
nesdah Pr n nmentals
mentals nmentals of the document, with Arias ,is Lt. Col. Russo";
store e n 1,01'
.,- .; ton at the' Shoreham' Hotel. ,,," 41,1ge.",,,,, ., - . bases ,here and abroad.- Jewish g a d issue are insured.-, Looking at the working ii,- 1
. 'i -,:' :',;.' .'. the government buys the struc, the 905 proposed 'new leased ,post They'illl listen, to Rabbi Ar- 013 ,,,' stationed '' in and, near
, ,, ittrag hv .nstvinti thy thorn ttvPr affices rmv.,10nt lava titan lit it.. s '.. '.. 't , ..... r., ......... 13.....tAA,,-. rt,.. thar Lelvveld. executive, vice- Washington will,' join the dele- HeOhlhEert chief, Of the Quartermaster su 1 Di il ''
14' sits" Illsy 1' '' W iting to -. 'MB '' President
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' WASHINGTON (UP)--Construc,
tion of 918 new post office build-1
ings is under way or will begin
, by early fall, Postmaster,Generall
Arthur E, Summerfield annotmced
,,, Yesterday:
The buildings ivill Cost an-esti'
mated 849,245,000. 4 ?
' Summerfield sald 13 of the new
post Mikes at an estitnated cost
of 99,100,000 will be built under
', the' provisions of the lease-purchase
law. Under this program
the government buys the struc structures
tures structures by paying for them over a
' period of years. ;.,
i)fitifir.atills:Pela::
Of.'..11Y.B4O.r.lilt.::::-...'.
tctited In thirder
EDINBURGH, Scotland (T,JP)--
, The -Edinburgh high. court
esterday granted a defense re.
e quest for delay in the opening
of the tdal of Peter Maduei, the
:New York-born Scots woodsman
- accused of eight murders.
The trial originatly was sched schedtiled
tiled schedtiled to open in ,,the Glasgow
courthouse April 14. A panel of
three judges today postponed the
trial date until ,May )
, Manuel's, attorneys ,appealed for
a postponement on the grounds
they needed more, tigie to pre pre,,
,, pre,, pare his defense.
Manuel, 31, has been indicted
for eight mOrders in four separate
charges, They were: Anne Knell Knellwide,
wide, Knellwide, 17, on, Jan. 2, 1956; Mrs.
Manion Watt, her daughter, Viv Viv,
, Viv, Jenne, 10,::' and her sister, Mrs.
Margaret BrOWTI, on Sept. 17,
' 1956; Isabelle Cooke, 17, on Dee.
28, 1957, and Peter Smart, bis
wife, Doris, and their 10-year-old
son, Jan. 1, 1958.
Manuel was born in New' York
and was brought here by his par par..,'..eota,Jahen,Lyeara
..,'..eota,Jahen,Lyeara par..,'..eota,Jahen,Lyeara
,
' CLUB TO CLOSE I
LONDON- (UP) The Ladies
eq.rIton Club, stronghold of Eng,-
land's women Conservatives for
ball a tentury,, announced plans
today to close down permanently 1!
on April 30. IE

r aa,,,s., aw, AMY! ICILUillitLe4 : ,,,, ---',. r
. ' ' 1; ; '! ' I : i He sent the statement.: along
' '' ' ' : with an accompanying letter urg- "'
..' ''''''.' '. -A: Court Grants ue ay
.
ing approval of proposed postal i
',. .,.; :.-; ,' .. ,,. :- ,...,,:. rate s increases;', to -- members of -.;:::,,,:,
'
': '' ''' ''..- '''''F a' orn co --!-.
- - or Congress. -7:7-'7.-- ''''"--7 'T 77' '; :.; .. ),
, , I.' .';. He said that if the postai rate ',.
,
, ,bill now pending before Congress .:"':. ':',,,;
' .; ''' ''-'''' Accused In flurderi wer enacted into law, revenue,s ,.... ':'
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IS FOR SALE
- TELEPHONE- 2470

: AOarttnenis
ATTENTION. o. 1.rimit bull
modern furnished aPallmints
2 balreents. bet. vcolA water.
Pknams 3-4941.
FOIL RENT One bedroom a apartment,
partment, apartment, with stove. refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, hot water, air conditioned.
Campo Alegre.. Tel. 3-7!92,
hours 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.'
,, FOR RENT Furnished one
bedroom apartment, Riviera
building, just Arosemens Ave-.
No. 10, Bella Vista. Phone 3-
, FOR RENT ',Clean and cow-,
fortable furnished ,apartment or
room, beautiful residential
-tion 43rd Street No. 13.
A
FOR RENT -- Two bedroom a,
' partment, 1 ,hathroonts,-, large
dining and living room,' Hoar Hoarate
ate Hoarate -maid's room, with bath, hot
, water, garage, unfurnished. in
high. cool locality,' all screened,
, in El Cangreio. Telephonist of office
fice office hours 2-0321 after" hours
3-7708.
50.00 furnished 'aoartment,.
, two furnished ,bedrooms 65.00,
near Aity, comfortable yard. Tel.'
'2-3343, 1-0471.
FOR A, RENT Modern aoarf aoarf,
, aoarf,
Mont anti comfortable rooms at
"'15th Street No, 6; San Fran.
Roludant spinster, bachelor. or I
- well behaved couple to occupy
elegant vacation home from.,A from.,April
pril from.,April 15',to julyist, cool, torri-A
t tic. neve.t All services, huge bar--
gain. Call 3-1387 hetWeen 5
and 7' p.M. for appointment. ',
,
WALLAT Lost between 141-,
'boa 'and2Limits. Valuable pa pa'
' pa' pers and, pictures.:, Call ,Answ:
dor 4127. Reward.
Rites
S t
Of .0asover'. e
'''Fai,',,ThreeDays!
Religious' seivloes tor the
concluding days of the 'Passover
holiplay, wil held -at. the
, chaPel of the'l.TSO-IWirArmed
, Forces Serviee ',Center In ; Bal,
boa, with Rabbi Nathan Wity.in
,
,,, atollows: Today
at ;1'30 pm.. tomorrow at 10
r a.m and at 11130 p.m., Saturday
I at 10 a.m. and:
, Minch& Service.,'.,'-
Memorial services7tor the de
patted, will, be ,:conducted dur.
ing, the SatUrday morning.. serv
,
Th'e 905 other building's, costing
an estimated $0,1115,000,' will be
constructed under the depart department's
ment's department's leasing program; Under
this program, the post offices are
built by ,private capital and
leased to the department.
Summerfield said Luna' 'needed
'to equip the liew post offices un under
der under the leasing program are presently-
availah,e from authorized
appropriations.
He added, in a statement,' that
the 905 proposed 'new leased post
offices represent less than 10, per
cent Of the department's "'urgent
needs" for new facilities.
He sent the statement, along
with an accompanying letter urg urging
ing urging approval of proposed postal
rate s increases,-, to members of
Congress.
He said that if the postal rate
now pending before Congress
were enacted into law, revenues
received from the five-cent out-oftown
letter mail would provide
17S million dollars a year in new
funds to purchase equipthent for
additional, thousands ot "badly
needed new post ofaces."
Chairman Olid D.-Johnston (D (DSC)
SC) (DSC) of the Senate- Post Office
Committee, denied that the postal
rate increase bill would speed
work on post office buildings., He
said the President' already had
earmarked such funds for other
purposes.
"Every penny the 'Post Office
Department collects from the sale
of stamps goes directly to the
Treasury of the United States,"
Johnston said in a statement.
"Every penny the Post Office De-'
partment spehds must first be ap appropriated
propriated appropriated by Congress.
"Thereore, construction of 'any
post, offices or federal buildings
in South Carolina or in any other
state has no connection whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever 'with whether or not Con Congress
gress Congress passed 4 five-tent stamp, or'
any other postal rate increas0
EXCURSION EXCURSIONApril
April EXCURSIONApril 11 to 19, 1958
tidanque,Travei Service
, Tel. 2-1661

'3847. -- .' Bolo, Margaritn. CZ. -4, -'1 ' 2.-
I
. FOR RENT --'sClean and con,- FOR SALI -4 Ford: late IBSS.
Real Estaie"' '''' RIND SALE ,-,.. Hids ar bed din- --, I, ,4fter 4. , ,
I ingrgm set,. bamboo 1st, gas '. ,, ,, ,

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LEAVE EOM AID 1P1111 ONE (111,0L11 AGPNTS 011 OUR 'orrien A? 13-3? "PI" STEPTV. PANAMA LIERFRIA PEECIA110-1 itreet Ne. 13 AHENCIPU
INTERNAL,Eth PUBLICAEloNpsNa. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDOCentral Ave. 43 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La Catra.quilte FARMACIA LOM
BARDONo. N "II" Street MORRISON-4th of July Ave. SL LEWIS SERVICEAviv. Tivoli No. 4 FARMALIA ES1 ADDS UNIDOS-143 Central Avt
rmimika LUX-164 Central Avow SOUSFHOLD EXCHANGE-4 rtx tio ta Onto Aro. No. 41 FOTO POMYingto Aronemena Ave. end 33 St FARMACIA
VAN-DER-RS-60 Street No. 63 PARMAC1A EL SATURROPatono Lotman 1 Send PARMACIA "SWVla Porto 111 NOVEDADES ATMS Beside
the Bello MN Theatre. COLON Central Avenue 12.163 TeL 432' -4!

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,
FOR SAL8 1955 Dodge 4.
door sedan. 3 belt tires. only
, 19,000 miles, perfect condition.
Call 181S or 1819 Cristobal,
FOR SALE --, 1956 Chevrolet
,'Iour door, radio, automatic shift.'4
Call 3-1741, 1574 Coco,
Bolo, Margarite. CZ.
' FOR SAL'S 4 Ford, late 1955"
St passenger VS country sedan,
radio and clock,, standard shift,
6 ply WI. tirgs.
,lithmus only. Perfect .condition.
Call 2-2746.', Can ba financed.
FOR, SALE 1958 Chevrolet,
, use.' while on leave,.
if .arrivipg in Miami and le.
parting from .144ew York, with
buy option to responsible Canal
Zone person only.' Give details.
Box 480441 Miami. Florida.
FOP SALE Mercedes Eenz,
: 957, low mileage. Black hard
, Excellent condition, duty
paid. Tel. Panama 3-31E1;
FOR SALE 1955 Cheemlet
station wagon 27,00 miles, good
condition. Fort Robb. 84-3126.
FOR SALE Opportunity
used cars, like new,,, less' than
hvit cost price, we receive in ex..
change your car. r ,",
11.1955 Chevrolet lel, Air 4
doors, Radio, Two tonesio white
bros. Etc !lent Amechanicalcon Amechanicalcondition.
dition. Amechanicalcondition.
2) 1955 Oldsmobile HE1,2' Top
) Suoar '18'' white tires,: smile.
story new Radio. Excellent me.
chsnical condition,
31 1951 Ford Custom,4, doors.,
guarantee mechanical condition.
4) 1955 Plymouth-Belvedereo 4
doors, radio, new upholstery,
magnificent mechanical condi- -'
5) I9i7 Buick 'Special, 4 doors,
'equipment complete, low run
mileage. ,
(1 1957 Hillman.Minx:4 deem
0. ef.
like new, save money..visit us.
71Autos Eisenman next to Cote
' Cola Bottling Co. Telt.'2-496k
2-2610., ".
; 8) pay spot cash Tor gool
"' late model cars, Phone all day.
Panimit next ,to Coco Cola
Plant,' ",
1
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FOR 'SALE Contort Buick 4
sloors, s hardtop, s 2 ,tonet
ete. Only 10,000 3m
5504 at anytir s
FOR SALE 1952 ,Studetaker
commander 8,- hydromatic trans-
mission. only run 31.000 miles.V
duty paid., car etas atorsd for 3
years. Phone Mr.' Hopkins at
3423 Panama or Balboa 2966.
, FOR 'SALE 1956 Ford Coo.,
, vortible, Ford-o-matio, dtity
paid.s 1954 as trado,ln. Phone
Albrook 5240.: ,, ,,'
Fr s'...-,7111,4.111.11111 Its4,7,v ,,,':
Panami - York o o
' '1 ' C 145
gl:F11111F271,i
LIFE, INSURANCE
,
, call
JIM RIDGE :
,
General Agent
, Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 241552
llotel: ',HOLLAND 110USE
mins. trent. the heart et
Son Jos, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
and-$11
' with' meals.
-CosmoPolitan Ititche'n -1;
Horse ;
s For reservations F. O.
' Bin! 4459
Manager!: Bill and Mellor Japers

FOR SALE, 1955. Chevmlot
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: 'station wagon. 27,00 miles, 911ed 1.1?'''. '''. -- -- .".:-..-. ;,,, -. -..........:.:.:........ "---:7.7:77,,:::::::,..,::-...7,..7,-7,7,7:7:7,,,,,:::,7....::.:. ,7::
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,. used -ease:, 1ikil ,' nevt,.' less 'Inan.... J. 16,,,,., l'...,.1.? ,,,..,,,:,,,,, .-:,-.....,..,...,,.:,,,:.,.,,-,,,o-,,f.,,:,,,,,,,..,,,,..::..., .:,,..
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. doors, Radio, 'Two tonessi white ,', ;.!!5,,,,,O.'1I -:.' ..::::,.,....,. :,.:.
'
, tires 1, Eicellent.-,inechanicar coo... !......41:.:.:..ii,.:: :I l' .:.::'4:. :''''''It., l '::.. !..::::.:1...:i:::;:::::....'.....1::'''''fli':::.:..:.::::..:. '4...."'''''''.... .....' ...'. ''''.1:.:'''..56;'........... '''. :. .. 6.''..':.:; '''''''''.:7',.:...:..... .......... : '.. '4."''''',.:IiK.:.:-:1-:::::',
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5) 190 Buick 'Special, 4 doers,"
. '',- ACID ))IPPER ,.,Operation of a water tank' foir acid' dibT
.'tquipment .''t complete, imit i rutt;: .!... .:.......
.:..,stove parts., is demonstrated by Ruben Grandison, .righL
-i ". Andrew-, Galblers,,:. Grandison,. ark employe: og the, :ys. A,,,
' 6,1-1957,.Hillman.Minx,14.dlort .-. ,.. ,,:. ........ . ......... ......:. ,,
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I,Boots Motors
FOR SALE 15' 7" Cabin
boat, 12 H.P. motor, trailer and
equipment $350.00. -Call Ill.
4128 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.
FOR SALE IR' outboard cab--),
in cruiser- wit ,.35 PIP. Erin Erinrude
rude Erinrude 1957 'motor. 4ell 6-754
atfer 5:00 p.m.- '7.
-Real Estati'
HURRY HURRY
You 'Port Charlotto Buyers',4"
, DON'T, FORGET14. Priam 28
up $200 per lot on May 1st.
GET',YOUR ORDERS IN NOW
'midi lots. 80x125 $795. Orr.
tiers. ,larger. $995. SIO down,.
SID a month. Margaret IL liar..
, dsi Alman's guilty 25111, NW
SS St.. Miami. Florida., 4

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v' ; 3-6372. Address
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;I .,...w.cat.u. maigAiirer. mailitepance, anli,lon, received $4.0 alL
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- '' $ ' Department of, the Army ,awara c' '.'0. ta for his adoptt
idea which 'Was sUbmitted unde0Project,Paydirt, He lives ;
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',AWARDS PRESENTATMN Three seirgean ts from the lst 'Battle GrOuP, 20th Infantry of
Fort Kobbe stand in front of tho colors hi, a salute position during a recent retreat parade on tho
post parade field. Later they received awards from' their battle group commander, Col. Robert
W. Garrett for outstanding service to the Army., MSgt.. Joe 4U' Chapman, Company, left,
received the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service' in conntction with military operations
against an armed enemy during the Korean Conflict; MSgt. Ramon Esquivel, A Company, and
M.-Thomas Allan, Headquarters and Headqu arters Company, each received the Commendas
tion Ribbon with metal pendant for performing' duties with the 20th Infantry as platoon leader
and piatton sergeant In an Outstanding manner. 41.1. S. Army Photo), ,

'WASHINGTON, D.C, Pres President
ident President Dwight D. Eisenhower ac acclaimed
claimed acclaimed the service- and leader leadership
ship leadership of the National ,"Jewish
Welfare Board'UWB) ln a rdes rdesSage
Sage rdesSage sent on ,the 'eve of the
1950 VIII3 Biennial Convention.
Nearly 1040, men atd women
from Jewish communities across
the nation will attend the con conention,'
ention,' conention,' Whiell Will begin Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, Aprir in. Washing Washingtn
tn Washingtn at the' Shoreham Hotel.
Writing to .IWB President
Charlet AarOno'. president ", Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower said: -'
"Your service to .persOnnel
, th Armed Forces and to
'patients in veterans bospitala
,merits Ihe gratitude and re.,
spect of your bountrymen.
-Your viise leadership ;' in 'the
Jewish' Community Center
'movement makes an ',,'
tant contribution': to ',our na national
tional national welfare."
, Secretary of Defense Nell
IVIcEiroy Wrote:
"our commanders throughout
theArined Forces' regard the
National Jewish Welfare Board
as one of their important allies
in the continuing effort to
maintain the high morale of
our, personnel. In 'war and in
peace, for more than 40 years,
you have carried out with de devotion
votion devotion and resourcefulness your
responsibilities toward service servicemen
men servicemen and civilian emp;oyes of
your faith.
"PIeise convey to your mem members'
bers' members' our deep appreciation- for
the -york of s your. volunteers
and professional staff. We wel welcome
come welcome the continued cooperation
Of your organization -in helping
us to provide tor the spiritual
and recreational needs of men
and women of our Armed
Forces who serve at. home and
overseas sto safeguard for all
free peoples the opportunity to
live in peace with reverence for
h-In-another- message,- Sumner
G. 'Whittier, AdMiniStratOt of
Veterans Affairs, paid tribute
to JWB's volunteers k serving
hospitalized veterans.
The delegates will hear two
U.S. Senators (Jacob K. Javits
of New York and Richard L.

Home kticies

' FOR SALE Parlor bamboo set
with cushions in very good con-
dition. Telephone 3.1647.'
' FOR SALE Cribs with mat mattypo.
typo. mattypo. baby carriaio, all new., Ba Baby
by Baby bath tub. Mullard radio. Ca Calle
lle Calle Colombia No. 2, second floor
'apartment.' Tel. 3-0147.
JCR SALE Hide ar bed din- t
ingrgm set,. bamboo sot, gas
stove, Singer Sewing machino,
wardrobe living,' Tel.
FOR SALE Small apartment :
4 grand piano, $800; flee Console
sewing machine $90; owner
leaving. Curunde 51 87.
FOR SALE Stock ty est.
highness washer and dryer, new,
$350.00 Call 24451, 24502.
,Transportes Alaster,
-
Neuberger of Oregon); a Cab-,
inet officer (Marion B. Zolsom,'
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare) and Norman Cou Cousins,
sins, Cousins, editor, T4) Saturday Re Revetv,
vetv, Revetv, discus's tuck LIMCly sub subjects,
jects, subjects, asf- "American Education:
Stage Strengos and Weakness Weaknesses,
es, Weaknesses, "Can Community, Action
Affect',. National Legislationr
"Vitalizing Citizenship" and
oThe Challenge 'of the Atomie
st,ige."
They'will listen to Rabbi Ar Arthar
thar Arthar Lelyveld, executive vice vicepresident,
president, vicepresident, America-Israel Cul Cultural
tural Cultural Feundation, speak, on
"The ''Application of Jewish
Value to, Creative 'Living for'
thw American Jew." And they
will hear ',a discussion of "The
Jewish Condmunity Center, and
Synagogue; Their Respective
Roies in Serving American
Jewry." v
Jewry." v
In addition to bearing these
and other, top speakers, dele delegates
gates delegates will participate in work,
shops and business sesions re related
lated related 7, tO' the, ,, organization'S
three fields- of service as the
national association of YMHAs
and Jewish Community Cen Centers,
ters, Centers, the Government-authorized
agency for, serving the re religious
ligious religious and, morale needs of
Jewish ,personnel in the, U.S.
Armed Forces and the sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring agency of the Jewish Book
Council of America the Na-,
tional Jewish Music Council
and the Jewish Center Lecture
Bureau. ,
' Four congregationa in the
Washington area will have ,TWB
leaders as guest lecturers, st
Friday evening services on
April NI., Charles Aaron, Chi Chicago
cago Chicago attorney and JWB presi president,
dent, president, will, speak' at Friday
evening services at Ades Israel
Synagogue. Rabbi David Parlitz,
spiritual leader of the congre congregation,
gation, congregation, has invited all Bien Biennial
nial Biennial delegates to attend, serv,
Ices.
LoursStern, chairman, JWE's
Jewish Community Cente: Di Divisioh,
visioh, Divisioh, Will address the con congregation
gregation congregation c.t B'nai Israel Syna Synagogue.
gogue. Synagogue. Griest lecturer at Shaare
Tefila -' Congregation will be
Samuel Rubiner, convention,

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,' FOR SALE Bargain!!! Com.
plots Collier's Encyclopedia. Al-
,so 39 Harvard Classics.- Phone
3-7478 Panama.
'
, FOR SALE Fundure Seal.;
ing blow out sitety' inner tubes,
will 4it Volko Wagon tires. Very
reasonable. Call Balboa 3355
, gfter 4:30 p.m,
'
FOR SALE Brand New Web Web,
, Web, tor Taps Recorder. 3
Speaker. 2-Speed. Reasonable.
Call 1152-1.. Colon.
FOR SALE ABC reigisterod
Boston Terrier- pups.' Overall
6251 Los Rios. Phone 2561..,
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chairman. Lester A. Alexander,
chairman, JWB's Fund-Raising
Division will 'speak st services
at the Montgomery County
JewiSh,. Community in Chevy
I
Chase, Md.
A unique lewish Cif 'Sabbath
Service w11.1 be held Saturday
morning, April 19, at the Shore Shoreham
ham Shoreham Hotel, The Service Will be
typidal of thousabds conducted
for Gls by JWB at camps and
bases ,here and abroad. Jewish
Gls stationed in and, near
Washington will join the dele delegates
gates delegates at the GI Sabbath Serv Servzce,
zce, Servzce, which will be conducted by
Chaplain Kleinberg,
assistant Chaplain, Military Dis District
trict District of .Washingtom
' Rabbi Morris Lieberman, spir spiritual
itual spiritual leader of the Baltimore
Hebrew Congre gation, and
chairman, JWB Commislson on
Jewish Chaplairicyr4111 deliver
the sermon.
Spprts Cur Clu -,
'Meets Tomorrow'.
The Isthmian SPorts Car
,Club will meet at El Panama
Hilton tomorrow,at 7:3Q 'Am..'
,The new point system' for
awarding the annual trophy
will be discussed. Anyone hav having
ing having slides or movies is urged to
bring them to sholv to mem members.
bers. members. ;
The '"Night Navigation" rally
be held the following even evening,
ing, evening, Saturday.' Everyone will
meet at the Goethals Monu Monument'
ment' Monument' at. 6:30 p.m. They are re requested
quested requested t0 bring Rally aids and
a flashlight. Maps will be fur furnished
nished furnished by the club.' ';
INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS SET
CAIRO (UP)Industry Minister
Aziz Sidky said Tuesday, night
that agreement with Russia on
all 65 industrial projects to be fi financed
nanced financed by a 175-million-dollar So Soviet
viet Soviet loan is expected by the end
ot next month. An Egyptian mis mission
sion mission is in Moscow to conclude ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for some of the proj projects
ects projects as' part of a five-yesr de development
velopment development plan.

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FOR INFORMATION

Miscellaneous
ALCCHOLICS ANCNYMODS
' CRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121t. CRISTCBAL
r
- WANTED Frequency con con.
. con. verter 25 to 60 cycle. 3 kw;
110 or 220 volt; single phase.
Call Balboa 2-6335.
WANTED ---, Young American
executive desires to rent imme immediately
diately immediately a three bedroom tom tompletely
pletely tompletely furnished home in deeirable-
section. Will negotiate
kaso for one year with option,
, for additional year. Call' 3-1712
' between 8:00 a.m.- and 5:00
WANTED Panamanian sub.
sidiary of, AillefiCan corporation
desires to rent modern office
space in convenient location.
Call 3-1712 between 8 ;0 0 I. m
and 5:00 p.m,.
WANTED Good home for
AKC registered, male cocker
' Pallid, 3 yrs old.. C411 84.4211
6 to 8 evenings.
WANTED --,-, Good home with
no children for beautiful, affec affec'
' affec' tioante ex-female &antes cat

OIPPER --ADperation of a water tank for acid dinpl
'stove parts is demonstrated by Ruben Grandison, righL,
Andrew Gaiblers.; Grandison, .,art, employe of the U.S. A,
'Caribbean Engineer maintenance', divi ,ion, received $10 an,
Department of, the Armvaward, c' te for his adoptt
idea, which'was submitted underkProject,Paydirt, He lives 6
House 6, 13th Street, Parque Lplevre. (U.S. Army rhoto) 1

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SUGGESTION AWARD Juan F.4rias,' employed- as a'
erty and supply' clerk of the Quartermaster Storage B t
Corozal, receives a Departmentot the Army SuggestiOn
tificate and check for VI for suggesting., that An adl
inent be expedited' frorn the stock control department ty
storage branch each time an FIA, catalogue code is chat
This,document eliminates a, duplication of effort and cid l
storage and issue are insured., l000king at the working if.1
mentals of, the document, with Arias ,is Col. Russ4
nethinger, chief, Of the Quartermaster Supply, Division,
Army Caribbean. Arias has eight years government servic,
Ids credit sand is a resident of Prams, City. (U.S. Army rt,

Gabby Dope Peddter Fails To Divt
Cops From GrabbIngilarcolis CE:C.

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NEW YORK (11P)-- Detectives
pulled $300,000 worth of narcotics
from under a. .bathtub Tuesday
night while their fast-talking sus suspect
pect suspect tried to, dive,rt them by
pleading guilty to running a num number
ber number racket 'and then offering a
bribe.
Police said the two detectives,
Max Renner, and Katherine Bar Barry,
ry, Barry, one of the city's top police policewomen,
women, policewomen, bad set up plainclothes
housekeeping a month agcr,in an
apartment beneath that of the
susnected narcotics dealer.',
They arrested Paul Ferrara,' 38,
Tuesday night as. be was leaving
the apartment. :
Ferrara immediately began a
fastt and 'furious patter to throw
them off the scent, the detective,
said. Police raids on a number of
volley or numbers game racket
headquarters have been, widely
publicized in recent weeks. Fer Ferrara
rara Ferrara glibly confessed operations
in the pennyaote gambling racket,
admitted ties to arrested racke racketeers
teers racketeers and generally talked fast
about,the fast. buck-making oper operation.
ation. operation. 44 4
The undiverted detectives kept
right on looking. terrara did not
live in the apartment, but in an another
other another about eight blocks away,
nonce said. The anartment which
kaS under surveillance was rri

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marilyt a storage, place for. 1
wares, they said,
' AS the search got warmer, n.
rare, still talking a blue strea
begged the detectives to let h,
"You cad name it," he tt,
them. "Anything, and it's yours
Under a loose floorboard b
neath the bathtub, the detectiv
found what they were looking f
35 ounces of uncut herom,
ued at $300,000 in the illicit drt
tradi. Another ounce of the na
cotics, was found concealed (
Ferrara's body.
, was booked on a charge
possession of narcotics with int
to sell.
SLIP ON DOORSTEP INSIDE
PERKINS, Okla. (UP) Fr
"Pistol Pete" Eaton, 97,
claimed' Ite killed ir men 'a
fast-gun ,lawman and frontier
venturer, died 'I'm y 'tv. A F
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NEW YORK, April 10 (UP)
Non-union personnel "opt Col Columbia
umbia Columbia Broadcasting System' re-'
dio and television shows on the
air yesterday' despite a strike
by 1300 technicians. Labor
sources said the walkout migitt
be a long one because of a
squabble within the Unicin In Involved.
volved. Involved.
CBS 'announced 'that It had
iient letter; .to,all the. strikers
Informing them of the -( net network's
work's network's last offer before the
walkout was called. An' official
said the' letters were sent after
'some 11121011 Members tomPlain tomPlainea
ea tomPlainea they, never had been In Informed
formed Informed of the ,offer.'
The strikers are technicians,
cameramen; ,T engineers a n d
other Members of the broad broadcast
cast broadcast and Tv division Of ,the ,In ,International
ternational ,International Brother h o d of
Electrical Workers..
' They walked out after the
collapse of contract negotia negotiations
tions negotiations In ,Washington' involving
wages, overtime, job secudty
and other issues,
The strikers are employed at
radio and Tv facilities owned
bY tBS In Hartford, Conn.,
Chicago,' Hollywood, San Fran Franpisco,
pisco, Franpisco, Boston, St. Louis, Mil.;
waukee and New York, CBS
serves a' total of 200 Tv stations-
and 201 radio stations.
A CBS official said the net network
work network had ; maintained normal
operations ',Tuesday with the
emergency aid ,of wor k er s
drawn from non-technical de departments
partments departments who had been given
hasty ,training In running cam cameras
eras cameras and control booths.
The, only live shbw canielled
ivas the Red Skelton program,
at 9:30 p.m. A 'filmed rerun of

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discuss the events that led to
the strike, but said that no
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scheduled. Officials of the in international
ternational international union also refused
comment.
But New York and Washing Washington
ton Washington sources 'close to the dispute
said that an intra-union squab squabble
ble squabble wall Involved in the strike.

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For Pik:toss 11:31

1 LONDON (UP)--Palace circles
reported yesterday that. Princess
Margaret might -be named gover governor
nor governor of one of the l3ritish; COO2M011
wealth. countries.'
The sources suggested that the
27-year-old princess, strong-willed
but lonely, would like to assert'
her individnality more strongly.'
The decision on any governor-
ship Jor Margaret would be up ito
her sister, 'Queen Elizabeth II, A
princess never before, has held,
such a post:'
Margaret had a two hour talk
with her sister Sunday at Wind;
sor Castle while Prmce Philip
took the royal children, Prince
Charles and Princess An'ne, for
'an Easter afternoon walk.
It' was not known whether the
subject of a governorshin- came
up during the chat, which oc,
curred, only a week' after the
Queen had a showdovm meeting
with Margaret over her sister's
recent tea-time retmion ivith Pe Peter
ter Peter Townsend.
Royal governoiships have been
a tradition in Britain, although
in the past 'they have been limit limitect
ect limitect to princes and ,royal dukes.
But,' court circles said, there nev never
er never had been such a dearth of
men IA the royal family..'previp
Whetljer the princess is In line
for a governorship oe not, the
first step in giving her more re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility will be taken soon.
The princess will receive more
overseas assignments. This month
she will leave for a three week
Caribbean tour and in July she
will visit Canada.

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9:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford ;
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10:00 DragnetRot 18 Act 56
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Oyer' $46 million dollars in payrolls, pnichases;contracts and services by the U.S. aimed forces in the Cana-1
'Zone contributed directly orindirectly to the Panamanian economy last year, Headquarters Caribbean Command
;fficials estimated today. : :,

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More than one-third of this ainount, S18,198,884, v-las of direct benefit to Panama, representing a most $10
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million m salaries paid to non-U.S.-citizen employes of the armed forces and the remainder m purchases, con
trial and services obtained solely itthe Republic of Panam054 - s'

The estimation was made as
part of the normal year-end tabu tabu.
. tabu. lation of the various monetary ac ac,
, ac, tivities carried out by the milita,-
ry services in 1957 that affect the
' Iocal communities and have no
connection with the, extensive
purchases of the Panama Canal
Company--Cinal Zone Government
--or the yearly purchasingtpower of
:its employes.
, By far the largest proportion I
' eof the total was in the military'
otoszi civilian payrolls paid local
ly in 1957 that totaled $37,369,550
fop 'he Army. Navy and Air
Pays& Of this, $18,157,094 was in
naiNiry paw $9,505,421 was in
' Ply or U.S. citizen civilian 40-
:ploy's,' and $9,707,035 was in
, PAY fez non-U.S. citizen civilian
oemploges. ,
, Officials who compiled the pay pay-
- pay- roll intotmation emphasized thel
important point that the over-all
payroll figure of S37,369,550 repre-'
sented ouly that portion of the
military and 'civilian payrolls that
wag disbursed in the Canal Zone
and did not represent' the entire

I Weather Or flot

This, eather report for the 24
hours ending a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Bydrograpric Branch of the
ranami Canal Company:
. Balboa Cristbal

TEMPERATURE:
High .....
Low
t,
HUMIDITY:
- High
Low

84
78

(max. mph- NW-20 NW-13'
RAIN (Inches) 0 .05

wATER TEMP:
(hmer harbors) 80 81
- FRIDAY, APRIL 11
nigh Low
D:34 CM. 7 3:1S CM.
9:59 p.m. 3:51 pm.

TODAY! --' 1.00 -- 0.50
Shows: 3:15', 6:05, 9:00 p.m.

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presents his production of ;
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THE
GREAT
LOVE,
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OF All
T1ME!

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JENNIFER 'JONES
VITTORIO DE SICA
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payrolls for the three armed serv- -,
ices since many persons have al- Penniless Passeiger orth
lotments paid, directly from fin- , ,

ance eentirs in the United States

forces contributed to the Panama-
nian economy last year," one offi official
cial official said, "because we know that
the almost $10 million ,dellars
we paid to our non-U.S. citizen em- u
ployes went directly into Panama,
and it is reasonable to assume c
that most of the more than $27 mil million
lion million paid locally to ,the militarY C
and ILS. civilian employes was s
spent locally." ' c

' A comparison between the pay payrolls
rolls payrolls for the U. S. and non-U.S. ei ei,
, ei, tizen employes t h e
three armed services was reveal revealred
red revealred in the 1957 compilation, in that
the non-US, citizen employes last
year received over 5201,000 more
in total wages than the U.S. citi citizen
zen citizen employes.
In 'addition to the payrolls, al almost
most almost $8,500,000 WaS of direct bene benefit
fit benefit to Panama in purchases of
products, services and contractual
activities. ,
, During 1951,, the three services
, of the Caribbean Command spent
$5,285,191 in NUMMI for t h
purchase,tof food products, bev bevswages',
swages', bevswages', commercial Items and
consumer goods.' ,
- Services purchased and contracts
let by the Armed Forces with Pe Pe,nathanian,firms
,nathanian,firms Pe,nathanian,firms totaled $3,206,658
for the' same period.
Another item in the Armed Fore
et. budget for 1957 that materially
added to the Panamanian econo economy
my economy both directlY and indirectly
Was the sum of 687,280 that was
expended for maintenance of the
13oyd-Rooseyelt Highway.
, Under the 1950 Highway Conven Convention
tion Convention between the U.S. and Pane,'
ma, the U.S. pays the entire cost
each. year of maintaining the high highway
way highway in return for the use of all
roads in, the Republic of ,Paria-H
ma without flu-ther cost',
As the major link between the
two principa! cities in the repub republic,
lic, republic, the continued excellent tan tan,
, tan, dition, of the highway is a major
factor' in development cif Pena Pena,manian
,manian Pena,manian commerce and industry.,
A breakdown of Caribbean Com Command's
mand's Command's estimated direct and
rect contribution to Panama's eel?-
,
nomy during 1957 follows: --
Pa3rrolls paid locally to military
and civilian employes: $37,369.550
1, Caribbean Command purchases
and contracts in panama during
1957: t ,
1. Food products 2,137,395
2. Beverages Alcoholic
and non-Alcoholic). 771,923
3., Commercial Items 1,128,974
4. Consumer Goods ,1,246,89g
5. Services 425,391
6. Contracti 187,280
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway
maintenance: 187,280

Bosom British
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- LONDON (UP)----Bosomy Brit British
ish British actress Sabrina has been
named co-respondent in a diverce
petition filed by actress K 1 m
Parker against her actor-husband
Paul Carpenter, court records
showed today.,
''I deny the allegation emphat emphaticall,Y,s'
icall,Y,s' emphaticall,Y,s' Sabrina 'said. "I shall
fight it to the end, my conscience
is clear." ,

50 Highway Conven- ,
Carpenter, also denied the
the U.S. and Pane, charges made, by Miss Parker.
pays the entire cost ',The.
naintaining the high highhe
he highhe said' Y :,
allegation is ridiculous,"
for the use of .t, all The petition accused Carpenter
Republic of ,Pana- of misconduct with Sabrina in the
trther cost', Grand' Hotel and in Carpenter's'
or link between the
cities In the rapub- apartment.- .',..
flood excellent ten- Sabrina was upset by the accu accusation.
sation. accusation. ,
highway Is a I
-- ma."' "I know Paul and I know Kim,
olopmant of Pana- foo,", she'said. "But I have never
tierce and Industry. even been out with ,him alone..
a of Caribbean Com- 4,,
tted direct and indi. last saw Kim and Paul about
On to Panama's, 12 months ago. The whole thing is
1957 follows: --
ec0- terrible. I have been going into it
with my oolicitors all dayit iS
d locally to military
mployes: $37,369,550 driving me mad." ..- ; ,,
Miss Parker, who came to Eng Eng.7ommand
.7ommand Eng.7ommand purchases land 13 years ago from Vienna
in rename during was parried to Carpenter, a for for'
' for' Al 2 mer Canadian singer, in 1953.
ucts '.. 2,137,395 0 ,
I Alcoholic ' AFRICAN SETS U.S. TOUR
Ucoholic). 771,923 LOURENCO MARQUES, Mo Moal
al Moal Items .. 1,128,974 sambique (UP) Governor-GeeGoodS
,....: t1246,899 eral Gabriel Teiteires will leave
, 425,391 here April 22 for a four-week tout
" 187,280 of the United States. He will
elt Highway spend 10 days in Washington and
ice: 187,280 also will Nish West.Point, Chica Chica.
. Chica. ToTAL $46,048,679 go, Milwaukee, Texas ond Boston.

31-1Le' ccuica 3 111 vtuot,v,4 0,3141.LCO
, '-'rhis is an Important factor in I Transits Canal En Route To Lon on
our estimate of what the armed

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A penniless passenger worth No other passenger' on the
some $40,000 made a trip through rinthic was receiving more attem
the Panama Canal Tuesday.' tion than Balihai on its trip:' He
This absurdity in the pews oc- is housed in a"1 special stall on
curre6 when the hightly valuable deck with a small, provised lot
horse Salihal went 'through the for exercise. Balihal is accompa accompaCanal
Canal accompaCanal as a d4ck passenger on the nied on the trip to England by
Shaw, Sevin and Albio Line ship groom who will. take a special
Corinthic. Balihai is oh the ,w a y course hi the care of race horses
from New Zealand to, England.- while in England. ,
' The horse is a gift to Queen The distinguished transit pa's pa'sMother
Mother pa'sMother Elizabeth and, is being senger had a special stall partly
shipped to England for the royal covered, partly ,tmcovered, on the
stables Babel has won some of deck of the Corinthic, a n d
the top races in New Zealand, and a small training ring, for 'exer 'exerthe
the 'exerthe owner made the gift Ao the else. 4'.
Queen Mottle! on her recent v s There was also plenty of hay,

iTait-er-Balihal won the-, Queen iiv "s. T 4
,, but observers said the thorough thoroughMother
Mother thoroughMother handicap race. bred gave longing looks at, the
, , green growing things along t h e
P bank. The horse also took
Bosomy British Canal
an interest In traffic, staring with
,
, , mterest at other ships met in the
e ,mt. nom et es channel. ,,
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, .'WOODSTOCK,.M. (UP)--John-'
ny Stompanato was buried in his
evening clothes yesterday.1 Lana
Turner,. the mother of his killer,
and Mickey Cohen, his gangland
pal, omitted flowers. ;
A Presbyterian -minister in the
lull uniform of an American Le Legionnaire
gionnaire Legionnaire read' the 25 minute
service over the casket containing
the body of the ex-Marine from
Woodstock who became a MOVie
queen's pampered lover.'
Stompanato, 32, was' then hur hurled
led hurled with ftdi military honors, in
Oaldand Cemetery on,the edge of
this northern Mmois village, 50
miles from Chicago.
Cohen, the sett styled ,"ex ,"ex'gangster"
'gangster" ,"ex'gangster" from Los Angeles who
once hired Stompanato as a body bodyguard,
guard, bodyguard, was not ameng the mourn mourners.
ers. mourners. Neither WaS Miss Turner,
the 38-year-old movie queen whose
daughter, Cheryl 14, .3 tabbed
Stompanato to death In the star's
Beverly Hills Maaaiall last Eri Eriday
day Eriday night.
Clifford Meiwin, director of the
White Frame Funeral .,Home
yhere the services were, held,'
said there were no contributions
from Cohen or anyone else in
Holl3rwood among the dozen floral
pieces arranged about Stompana-.
to' flag-draped casket. -
Cohen paid the funeral expenses,
however, and Merwin said, a
purple wreith arrived 'with the
casket from California without
any identification of the donor. 1
t Stompanate's brother, Zarmine,1
his step mother, Mrs. Verena
Stompanato, and his sister, Mrs.
Grace Martinotti led the mourtr mourtrers.
ers. mourtrers. The only others admitted to
the secvices were close family
friends and news reporters.
Earlier, 'nearly 600 person
filed by, Stompanatos' bOdy. ,He
was dressed in evening clothes
and his black, wavy hair glinted
in the subdued light of the funersl
chapel. J
At the moment of burial, there
was bitterness in the Stompanato
family over "Johnny's fate"
Carmine Stompanato. ; a Wood Woodstock
stock Woodstock barber and spokesman for
the family. repeated his demands
for a thorough investigation of
the slaying and his doubts that a
"little girl" like Cheryl Crane
could have killed his husky
brother.
He iald he would telephone
Cohen and ask him to seek a
centinuance- of a scheduled Fri Friday
day Friday inquest Into Stompanate'S
Townspeople who remembered

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IN IIAPIT TIMES ,,,' 'Cheryl' Crane, right, 14-year-old :datiglY.,
: ter ot actress Lana lurner,:right,and restaurant owiler Ste- ,.
:phen Crane, IS shown at the Los Angeles Airport as she greet-,
ed Miss' Turner who was arriving ,trom 'Mexico ,with, Johnny',.
:. StompanatoOn center.',,This photo 'was made on Marcli,20th.

CRYING FOR HER DAUGHTER Actress Lana Turner cries in court at Hollywood after
hearing Judge Donald Odell order her daughter, Cheryl, 14, held for a hearing on the stab stabbing
bing stabbing of Jolmny Stompanato. The rourt will, decide on April 24 whether the girl will be pro prosecuted
secuted prosecuted for Stompanato's slaying. .At left is ,attorney Jerry Giesler.

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"Johnny'!' paid relatively little rat.
tention to the rites., About 200
curiosity seekers,, many of them
teen agers, gathered outside the
funeral home and at the -ceme,
tery. But their thoughts of "John.
ny" were not kind.,
A woman of about Stompanato's
age' said "I get a kick out of
feeling a glamorous and wealthy
movie queen was madly in love
with him and no girl, around here
would have him, He was consid considered,
ered, considered, trash,"

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RELEASE
METRO!
1:15, 3:11, 5:07, 7:03,
9:00 ,- 0.75 0.40

; FRANKEST ROMANTIC DRAMA
HOLLYWOOD EVER MADE I::
From the James Michener story
, of lonely women- and men at war.

' :. ,,,,' M-G-M presents .:
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lan Sli lt 1 I
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'' Paul IlEt'IMAtt
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,, Piper LAURIE
,oiwith Charles DRAKE
, Sandra DEE
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'TODA

BARBARA :
knew the fleeting
beauty of love!

ANNE
the smart one
trapped by love!

!,kdocoWNOMIA
DELIA 'i,
shared her lose
with many merit

lbseamo.60.0414
EVELYN
too young for
love. Or was she?

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Film Star Suffers
Injuries During
Marital Squabble.

, 1-1OLLYWOOD, AOril (11P
Actor Anthony Franciosca yester,
day considered a two-inch cut be-'
hind his right ear--the result :of
a marital squabble 'with actress
Shelley Wintersas a "family of

The, handsome film star, a no nominee
minee nominee for an Oscar this year), in.
sisted : he wanttedno "Mterfer "Mterference"
ence" "Mterference" yesterday when police call called
ed called mi his Beverly Hills boine to
inquire about reports that Miss
Winters' bashed him with a per perfume
fume perfume bottle.. ,
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Franchise was treated at Bever Beverly
ly Beverly Hills Emergency Hospital. He
said be "backed into the bottle."
Police said Miss Winters admit admitted
ted admitted throwing the bottle when Fran Franciosa
ciosa Franciosa raised his voice during a
television program. Later, s h e
bided up ber husband's story.

What' N6t Diank?
LEEDS, England (UP)--:-A court
Wednesday sentenced Berry V.
Goodman., 21, td six, months ,in
jail and disqualified him from
driving for seven years for;
, through three Stop Stoplights.
lights. Stoplights. Colliding with three oars.
Smashing into alaillboard.
; Hitting a gasoline station sign.
Driving vvithout a license.
' offenses -Iveri- committed
during 10-minute period over a
mile 'and a half, the', court was
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Cheryl Crane; 14, daughter of actress Lana Turner
anct, restaurateur Stephen Crane. is resting her head on her
father's shoulder at the police station Beverly Hills, Calif.;
where .she was booked on a suspicion of rnurder charge.'
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PHOTO FOUND ON STOMPANATO'S BODY --- ,this photo photograph
graph photograph of actress Lana Turner was t.found on the body of
Johnny Btompanato, who was stabbed to death by Miss turn-test
44-year-old daughter, Cheryl, )in tteverly- Hills,- calif.- The
photo is inscribed, "Para Juanito, rni amor y mi vidaLanita.1
'Translated, the inscription reads, "For -Johnny, -my love, and
- , Inv life.--Lans."4

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HAVANA, 'April 10 (UP)--11.b
et bombs blasted blacked-out I a
vane through the night, herald,r
the start of the second day of t,
rebels' long-threatened "total war
against President Fulgencio Balls
ta's government.' '1 A
Both the government and Fide
Castro's rebels claimed victory h
yesterday's "first stage" --a flur4
ry of violence in which at least ri
persons were killed. (Unofficial es,41
timates reaching- New York plac placed
ed placed the nation wide toll at more
than A 30 dead.) v
Tho day dawned tense but
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quiet. Tho govornment claimed I
it- had crushed the "revolutions- I
ry general strike", called by Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, but sizablo numbers cif ear.
ly-rising workers stayed away
from their lobs perhaps daunt- t
od by rebel throats to shoot
down- those who failed to heed 1
tho striko tall. t t
The city's electric power supply,
which: failed at noon yesterdav,
was restored ,at 10:35 p.m. only)
to be cut off again at 12:16 cni
The government. which had denied,
that yesterday's failure wts due'
to sabotage, offered no immediate
explanation of today's blackout, fl
A 'United Press compilation show
led that 13 rebels were killed yes-t
terday in Havana four in a run-'
ning gunfight between police and'
rebels in Guanabacoa, three in the,
fight at the firearms shop, three
snipers shot off roofs near the'
University and three in the Santos
Suarez district.- ., r rA
A rA Four persons were reported kill killed
ed killed elsewhere in Cuba. Jose Pedra Pedraza,
za, Pedraza, Jr., son of a former chief of,
National Police, was shot down bYi
"bandits" near Santa Clara, while'
in Mariel a sabotettr Was blown tol
pits by the premature explosion of,
a bomb he had concealed in hisl
clothing.
, Loyal troops shot and killed a
A rebid leader in tho Vara Arriba
' area, and tho Insurgents slow a
police official In Moron.
, Th government report that
"some casualties"- also occurred
in minor clashes' at Guinea, Co Cotorro,
torro, Cotorro, Madruga and Santa Clara!
but no figtires were 'available. I
Scattered inFiclents of sabotage
were yephrteci, notably ip ,Mariel,i
where rebels wrecked a factory?,
powet plant, and in eastern Have- i
na province, where a truck and at
hus were set tafire. :

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A new Canal 'ono Cede,' long'
&sewed in legal circles has nun.
ed a step nearer with the introduc
ing, into the US House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives of a bill for its revision.
A Subcommittee of the Judicisa
ry Committee has already report reported
ed reported the bill favorabli to the full')
committee.
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The measure wit. introduced hj
Rep. ',Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y.)
It leads as follows: ,,,
'BO it enacted by the- ,Senate
and Ilouse of Representa0ves of
the I.Trilted, States of ,American in
Congress assembled, That b e
Governor of he Canal Zone is here
by authorized to have prepared a,
reviSion of the Canal Zone Code,
appeoved June 19, 1934 (48 Stat.
1122), as amended, and upon com completion
pletion completion thereof to submit the same--
to' the Congress for enactment.
, "Sec. 2 The Governor is furth.
er Suthorized to have compiled
and prepared such ,ancilIary ina
terial as may be appropriate for
inclusion in a, revised edition of
'the Canal Zone Code, for ultimate
prirtting and publication by the
Government Printing Office as a
public document, including, but not
limited to, a compilation, of or
summary references, to, treaties,
executive agreements, and gener
al laws of the 'United States aPPlic aPPlicable
able aPPlicable in or relating to the Canal
Zone or the 'Panama Canal, to
gether with revised reference 1
tables and a revised index.
"Sec. 3. In order to carry out
the purposes of this Act. The Gov-,11'
ernor of the Canal Zone may enl '
gage,' by negotiation without a&
vertising, the services, to be-per
I
formed under his general super
vision, of a qualified firm of laW
committee to advise and assist
him without' compensation in a vo
preparation of such revision of the
Canal Zone Code and of such an- ;
ciliary material. i
"Sec. 4. There are hereby au. F
thorrzed to be appropriated for the i
Canal Zone Government such a 1
mounts as may be necessary le s
carry out the purposes of this Act: i

CZ Police Union
Elects Cato May,
Other Officers L

, Policeman Cato May was elect-
ecl first vice-president ct tie
AIME Police Lodge at a rnent
meetirut in which .12):11 L.
Hatcher was re-elected pr- l'Irmt.
Other officers ehn'rm
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Penniless Passeiger 'liorth $40 C 0 s ,
, lation of the various monetary ac- lotments paid, directly from fin- , , ,, ,, I v
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' Iocal communities and have .no 1 9ur estimate of what the armed I - - -

connection with the, extensive' forces contrinutea to tne ranamal 1 1
'purchases of the Panama Canalinian economy last year," one offi-I 1 4 ,
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-- or the yearly purchasing pc6ver of the almost , $10 million ,dollars some S40,000 made a trip through rinthic was receiving more alten6 ,,
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' Be far the largest proportioit ployes went directly hdo Panama, This absurdity in the few.s oc- is housed in a"1 special stall on .,,.
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' kafl civilian Davtolls paid local. that most oi the more than $27 mil-lhorse Banal went through the for exercise. Banal is accompa-1 1

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for ,ho Army, Navy and Air I and vs. elinnan employes was' Shaw, Sevin and Albto Line ship' gro9m who win take a special!
r--- As tit iqYtagi litat in anent' Ineallv,, rninthi, Rslihsti is oh the waY1 course in the care of race horses I

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. Mother Elizabeth and..: is 1 tang senger had a special stall partlY , --
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pay for won-U.S. citizen civihaw tam. civilian eroployes -of t h e ,
shipped to England for the royal covered; partly ,tmcovered on the -r- -,-, f--
, ,iaimploaas. : , : - three armed services was reveal- .
pay- ed in the 1957 compilation, in that stables..13alibai has won some of deck 'of the s Cormtinc, 1 a n d : : ,
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the top races lir New Zealand, and a small training ring, for exer- ;
- roll infotmation emphasized the the non-US, citizen employes last ,,, ,
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' payroll figure of ;37,3611,bau repre- W.I.. IT .8.0 SWLIMIS WiTo 'id .00
sented ouly that portion of the zen emp yes. T
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it after Bannal won. Nuccu
Ii d yin n payrolls that
tary ci a In 'addition to the payrolls, al- bred gave longing looks at, the
most $8,500,000 was of direct bene.
,Mother handicap race.
green growing things along ,t h e
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d bu ed in the Canal Zone s hank ThP harm nisn tonit
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