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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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, WASHINGTON, Aririi 11 (UP) -L....! Russia agreed to.;
day to an Atpbassridorial meeting neit week to' take the
firt step toward a 'summit confereace. But the White
House said Russia is still imposing terms that amount to
iejection' of the western 'proposals. , ;
, The White House said the Soviet Note, delivered to
President Eisenhoiei this morning,' proposes "diplernatic
preparations which'shall2not 'deal at all with. summit s (e.
meeting but only with the' pla6k and composition of
'a sitbsequent meeting' of, foreign ministers.",
,11,The Soviet 'reply is manifestly nof cin accephlance.
to the' western proposal," the White House said. '-'
AECHints It lilt'
The United States, Britian aid 4 ,,,
France proposed in, idential- notes
March 01 that Russia ,ttree to
ambassador-level talks 1 Mos- :
cow. the. second halt on April rtp.,

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ITY :NOW
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, 2 A ten-year penitentiary sentence, !one of the stiffest givers an AmeriCan, in some time, was imposed today in
U.S. District Court at Ancon on-a young Fort Ammlor.sol dier Who pleaded guilty to raping a Panamanian girl on
Bruja Road on the night of Feb.,.7. ,,, , ,
, The victim, reported to be a virtuous 17-year-old 'gi ri, did not appear in court, nor has she' bee'n loc'atect since
'
the incident. Defendunt SP3 Joseph- W.' Fisher' stood thr oughout tne hearing of his case,this morning with head
bowed. Only when sentence was prononced did htif look- up at District Court Judge Guthrie F. Crowe. r
Dist. Att. Rowland K. Hazard reccrmrnende'cl. a 15-ye ar penalty' after calling it a ,I'very aggravated case.", He
stated that the soldier had demonstrated moral depravi ty ancriack of self-control 'and didn't deserve to remain

In the 'society of decent people. , ;
AcCording to Ilazard's informal experts versed', in psychiatry andi,
-
, tion, the 20-yearold soldier was psychology' speak on sexual dello- A
mg Aft 11,11M ink

. driving along Fourth of July Ave,
nue when he noticed two Panama PanamaMan
Man PanamaMan girls waiting for a bus. It was
doring.the time of the bus strike,
, and there were apparently 10 bus bus-
- bus- es 'in sight. It was 11:30 p.m. -',-
-
' He asked them if they wanted a
ride home, and they both got into
' the front seat of ;the car. The vic victim
tim victim sat in the middle. The girls
, told the soldier they lived in Rio
Abajo in Panama, but, he kept
driving towards Miralores Bridge
despite their protestations that hg
' war, going the wrong -way.; ,,,
During the ride, the fran.,
ticallytried to get him to turn
the ear -around, but he kept golto-,
Finally the one sitting on the out,
sido suceet-d in turning off- the
P of the
1,) t'io I
rrt
'1 nc. r
,
, t a storrad the car about one
r ,.a west of Army K.2 Road, a
ererted area.' The 'girl jumped
- out of the car; but he pursued
her and forcibly throw hoe into
the back seat where he ramov ramov'
' ramov' ,ed come her clothes and her
Later he threw,her on a iris
' sy area outside of the ter and
r attacked her, after hitting her
several times in,the face to iluiet
' her scrsams. ,4
,

While this was going on, Hazard
stated, the other girl managed to
run to the VFVf Club in ,Cogoll
' where she summoned police.
They -were, waiting for, Fisher
when he drove mit of the' Army
Road. The victim, who was in the
back seat, in a highly nervous
state, came' out in ,a disheveled
cosdition, with a torn dress, Her
first words to police were that she
, had been' hit and attacked.
- A medical report read' tti the
court indicated that it wa the
doctor's impression that an act of
intercourse had taken pace and
that the girl had been a maiden.
Ile examined her shortly after the
incident
.
,, Hazard then iead three direr
' ent statements made by Fishdpn
difelrent occasions while at tne
Balboa ,Police, Station awaiting
triaL They conflicted in some
parts aS to the details of the incl.
dent.
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,

,
Fisher's' lawyer, William Sheri Sheri,
, Sheri, dan, Jr. pointed out to the court
' that the young soldier comes from
a broken home in which the par.
ents have been separated 'since he
was five years old. He said that the
three different sta ements point
out to the court long tale of
, "self-condemnation.'"
In seeking the mercy of the
court (or his client, Sheridan point,:
ed out that the ,case was not as
, aggravated as the District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney made it since the girl did will willingly
ingly willingly get' into a car at night nith
a stranger.'
', Judge Crowe said be, bad reae
a great many articles and heard
Bicycle Classes'i
On Atlantic Sie
Begin ,Apri 19,
Eicycle 'riding classes will be
livid at Atlantic side communi communities
ties communities each Saturday beginning
April 19, it has been announced
by the Police Division.
The first class will be con,
ductc,1 Margarita; the sec sec,
, sec, ,ond Arra 23 in Gatun and the
,th:r ,v 3 in Coco Solo.
E. Hushes, of
I Ilvision, will con cone
e cone t ( in each if
. class 13 also
to,,vn of
3 under the
1,r ?tor Alves,
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quency, but felt ,"it's always
problem to know' what' to do in
cases of this kind."
He said that )knany people felt
cases like these ',,iarranted host
talization, but that the only thing
available to,the court 'for ?Ise in
attempting to clete persons who
commit acts of delinnuencv 49 to
mete out certairx punishment eith either
er either in the oenitentiory or in t h e
jails of the Canal Zont
, Crowe' added: s1 do think that
- any 17year-old, alit who gets in-,
to a car at niolit with a stranger,
places herself in a very danger dangerous
ous dangerous position.",
n "Out you knew the girl was
resi vino you, yet you lied to
her, ,mistreated ; her and took
her out of the country against
h-r,,cnnsent. There's something
SF t 4

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a oiie-y, r
1-, in Laing penalty at 10 yeai t A A
I ftft ftft ft

in the penitentiary at hard labor.
Crowe stated that- Fisher, would
probably get time off for good be.
havior, sincr4, he, apparently had
no blemishes of 'any kind on his
Army record, or before., ,:
It was recalled in court circles
today that two years ago, on July
5, 1955, two soldiers who also pick picked
ed picked up two Panamani"" sisters.
and took them on 4 '1! on an
old deserted Army roa t, got off
with more lenient sentences
The ease of S-Sgt. William 4 J.
Mitchell, who was charged witt,
rape, was dismissed. His comp.
niqn, Pfc. Vernon O. Helton, char,'
ed with assault with intent to
commit rape on the, elder of the
sisters, was fined $100 and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to' 30 days in jail after a
iury found, him guilty of battery.

, Teehnical aspects of the cons construction
truction construction of, the high level bridge
across the Canal at Balboa occu occupied
pied occupied the principal attention of the
board of, consultants on the pro prolect
lect prolect at its initial meeting held this
week at Balboa Heights.
Meeting with the board and Can Canal
al Canal officials at the two-day session
were three top representatives of
Sverdrup and Parcel, the St. Louis,
engineering firm which, will deH
sign. the bridge and Its approach,1
eN. Tite three engineers presented'
preliminary designs,, proposed a alignments.
lignments. alignments. information on lounda loundalion
lion loundalion eonditions, and various other
engineering features -developed
thus far.. , , 4
, Since the Balboa bridge will
be a' landmark for many gener generations
ations generations to come, much attention
was devoted to both esthetic and
, engineerina features. In dusctiss
ing these features at the outset
of the conference, Gov. W. E.
Potter I pointed out that' tho
bridge will probably be seen by
"more people from more coun countries
tries countries than ,any other bridge in
the world.",' ,' N'
Following this discussiod, the
consensus among consultants, Can Can1
1 Can1 al officials and renresentativ of
the design engineers was tha the
bridge must be capable of eat eating
ing eating traffic needs of the present and
future generations that it must
be economically sound; present a
pleasing appearance, and be well
designed f r om in engineering
standpoint. ,, :
Board members attending 1 the
first sesslon of tHe consultants
were Ralph A. Tudor, Aymar Eml.
bury II, R.P. Davis, LB. Burwell
Jr., and E. L. Erickson., Among
the Canal officials at the meetings
with Gov. Potter were Lt. Gov
Hugh M. Arnold: Lt. Col. R. D.
Brown, Jr., engineering and con construction
struction construction director; Capt.' W. NS.
Podimon, marine director; John
D. flollen,, chief of the executive
Planning staff; Elmer B. Stven's
structural engineer, and several
other representatives of the En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Bureou.
The presentation of the preli preliminary
minary preliminary et,- 1111Prull rep,',rt cl Sv

An automobile thief who led
Canal Zone Police Ott a 100 mile
an hour chase before they. caught
him, today learned the seriousness
of his crimes. He was. sentenced
to spend a total of 13 yeart at the
Gamboa Penitentiary.
Quintin (Cocobolo) Gonzalez re received
ceived received the heaviest of two stiff
sentenCes imposed this morning
in S. District Court at Ancon.
Following the District Attorney's
recommendation, Judge Guthrie
F. Crnwe imnosegi a two yoqr
, I tyr--!-

on an attempted grand 'iart-eny
charge filed against the', 71-yearold
surly ,defendant.
Gonzales 'had entered plea of
,guilty to .211 counts,. Tuesday
when his cases were called in Di District
strict District Court. This came as a sur surprise
prise surprise to, his publicdefendet,
liam JA Sheridan, Jr. who that
day told the court he'thought the
defendant had different pleas to
enter on each charge.
- Judge Crowe 'pointed ovt that
in the Canal Zone, lutomobiles
are the only means of transpor transportation
tation transportation for many employes, and
In addition w lo expansivo
pieces of machinery.",
Gonza'es, should halve been in
Coiba Island penitentiary serving
a three-year term, when he was
caught at the wheel of a stolen I

(Brice- R. Smith, vice president;
J, Shields, chief bridge engi-,
neer; and F. Piepmeier: high highWay.
Way. highWay. engineet,
,
Sverdrup and Parcel present presented
ed presented various 'architectural designs
of different typss of bridges, 3
, of which aro being .taken Ao
Washington by Pottor for mom.
bees of tho Canal's board of (lir.
odors to so when they hold
their quartorly mooting tomor.

Car which overheated during a
chase on the Transasthmian High Highway
way Highway last February. He was final.
ly captured at the Sabanita check.
point after Shots were fired In the
air, forcing him to surrender.
, He was charged with stealing
ears from the following Persons:
On Feb. 9 at Ancon, Robert H.
Buker, Feb. IS, at Anon, John E.
Stacv, Feb. 13 at Diablo, Eugene
A. Kleasner, Feb., 26. at Conn,
George S. Bouse and Ray G. King
Feb. 27 at Parat'm, Thomas Gor.
, -t
, 101 44AVUIVed l',P tar
1,...or on ,Fet, -4 at Co

-u
ratter rges
observance ,0
- ., h,
Cancer. Month -;'
nov. r. Pntni. bee cellett to
the attention of the renal 7Atisi
residents at reroclematiml isste
recently by President Irdsenhowo,
nrocielming ',the month nf April
an' rancor Contrnt Month.
The --, Prom Pero'e nencl,imat;no
urged the inedicel orofession. -the
enmmun!cattnn Nincetrice, ,;: o'd
ot concerned orating to Imp.
during! the month' in The forth forthorpneo
orpneo forthorpneo of nrograms for the 'con 'control
trol 'control of cancer, ,,, I

Chief Feature At Meeting Of-Consultatiti

erdruvand Parcel wa made 'by of tho board."
(Brice R. Smith, vice president; Burwell waS spending today in
J, Shields, chief bridge engi- the examination' of proposed align alignneer;
neer; alignneer; and F. Piepmeier; high- ments and more ditailed studies
way engineet. of core samples removed during
, the inilbsurfnce examinations Ire&
Sverdrup and Parcel prosont- dy completed Much of this time
od various iarchitoctural designs waS being spent on a field trip on
of different tyogs of bridges, 3 which ha woo being accompanied
of which aro being taken to by Stevens r

Manslaughter Case
kgainst, Driver Set
FoiWpril 22 ,

, While final derision has mot been Agoirisr, uriver 3er
reached' od some important feat featA"
A" featA" '1 22
tires Of the bridge, such as its ov- ror pn ;,,
er-all design. and the exact, align-
ment of the bridge and its' ap- The case against a dump truet
proaches, the meetine of the board driver charged with involuntar3
of consultants provided a basis manslaughter following the,. death
for the design work to be eonti- of five chive', passengers ; an
nued without delay by the design accident, last month, was set for
,engineers. trial t, April 2,
Following IT,the engineering ', re- Defe.elant in the case is Alfre Alfreport,
port, Alfreport, discussions at the meetings do Marin, a 34-year-old Paama Paamawere
were Paamawere centered on three principal nian who is accused of stoTing
features: roadway across ,t h e his truck on the highway a
bridge and its approaches; the traffic lane withotit lights.'
superstructure; and the alignment. -A Chive, bonnd or Panama on
March 3, crashed into the truck,
Features 'considered pertaining
to the' roadway included the pro- and five persona died as ,a re result
sult result of injuries suffered.
vision of walkways for pedestrian
crossing, utility ducts for power Marin pleaded not guilty ill
and telephone lines,: and yarious court ti)da3l,,, and jury, trial
widths and lengths. Durin4 the Wag waived- -
course of this discussion it wan
brought out that pedestrian' walk S ' II
WaS would b; approximately 8,- en in its'
000 feet long,' sligligy over one ,
and a hall miles.
,
Special attention was given to By DOC QU1GG
the alignment of the bridge across'
the Canal, the bridge approaches NEW YORK (UP) Miltoti
and the exits into Fourth of JulY Weiss, who., formed the wor'd's
Avenue' and connecting with the first concern devoted exclusively
Panama street system near the to life insurance policies for pedit
boundary. Considerable attentio a greed pooches, now is branching
was also given to technicalities t out into pedigreed pussycats. -0
relating to the substructure an' If you want Jo get your cat's
location of piPrs.' life insured, up to $13,000, you
Some of the consultants loft have to send in its noseprint,
the Isthmus Isqt nioht fallowing have the cat inoculated for feline
the meetines. Pemaining for set distemper, and prove its' pedigree
&acme! Canst and value, And Weiss- doesn't
engineers and representatives of mind teling you it's going to take
the eesign engint.ring firm was a heap of proving' to get him to
Burwell, consul', en f ,,ndation set any ent's value at S13,000.
e 'r t' t er Ile c-tal,! ,hed that figure be.

'rhe case against a dump truck
driver charged with involuntary
manslaughter following the, death
of five chivai, passengers ; an
accident, last month, was set for
trial t April 2,
Defe.Adant in the case is Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Marin, a 34-year-old Palitnii.
nian who is accused of stoTing
his truck on the highway 4 a
traffic lane withotit lights.'
-A Chiva, bound or Panama on
March 3, crashed into the truck,'
and five persone died as ,a re result
sult result of injuries suffered.
Marin pleaded not guilty in
court today, and a jury trial
,
was waived.

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' Much of the hot mum weather experienced on both sides
of the isthmus during the inonth of March can be blamed on
, the trade winds or lack of them,- according to the monthly
report issued by the Meteorological and Hydrographic Branch.
' Because of the "weaker than normal" northeast trade
winds, the other weather elements on the Isthmus showed
noticeable departure from the norm, the report stated. Ile
air was hot and humid with all stations recording above nor nori
i nori mai temperatures and relative. humidity.'
' Maxim temperatures exceeded 90 degrees on '27 days at
',Balboa Heights and on three days, the thermometer hit 9I
, degrees. A MaXIMUm of 97-was recorded at Madden Dam and
94 degrees at Gatun. Pacific sea' warter temperature, which
usually is In the low' 70's during, the month of March, aver aver',
', aver', aged 79 degrees this year, which was SA degrees above normal.

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The P.S. Ambassador luWOM luWOMcially
cially luWOMcially expressed regreti te, the
Panama government that a 11Y 11Ysheet
sheet 11Ysheet advertising a dance ,at the
Tivoli Guest House 'Ancon
strayed into Panama City .it
was disclosed today.;
Sources cloie to the Panama
eThee said ti note to For Fork
k Fork ,ter A Boyd' from
L-a 4ssadur Julian S. liar.
rington, indicated that ,Cinal
Zone authorities. are aware'
their 'treaty obligation and ,', are
zealous irt adopting all reasona reasonable
ble reasonable meastwes-to limit the use of
the Tivoli Guest House ,only ,to
those who' are eligible.'
, The U,S. 'Ambassador's note is
else said to have explaihed that
the flysheets ,in question were
directed' exclusively to residents
of the Canal Zone. ..

To'Install

Compel la Pans me na de
Fuerza y Luz ,announced yee-,
terday ,that for. purposes of re replacing
placing replacing the 4160-yolt, ,switch
gear at the' South Avenue
plantin preparation of the in installation
stallation installation of the new generator,
it will be necessary to interrupt
electric' service in the ifollowing
areas:'( s 3 ,
, 1. Tomorrow, 9;45 p.m., 10:15
part. and Sunday, cm. 12:15
p.m, on 13 Avenue from 10th
Street to ,12th Street,' Lottery
Office area East 15th Street
from Colon Street to Carlos A.
Mendoza Street.
2. Sunday, 12:01 a.m. ,to 12:15
a.m. In? the ?San Miguel and
Maraflon areas;
3. Tomorrow,,11 p.m. to 11:30
p.m., y Sunday, noon to 12:15
P.m And front 3 to '3:15 p.m.
on Ancon Avenue, Juan B. So Sosa
sa Sosa Street and Street. s'
- Tomorrow,t 11 p.m. te11:30
p m. ,and Sunday noon to 3:10
pin. cm A Avenue between West,
14th Street and West .17th
Street, West "15th Street be between
tween between 13arraza 111,11, and B
Street, B Street between West
17th Street and West 21st
Street and Pedro ObarrioStreet
between 17th and lath Streets.
A company spokesman said
that this s change of switch
gears VIII be clone witri-,the
greatest speed -possible ,and
with' maximum efficiency and
that the cooperation of '-the
public in this mutual beneficial
task will be greatly appreciat

,
tallSe it was already, in effect as
the maximum in his dog insur insurance
ance insurance policiesHe has issued sev several
eral several thousand dog policies since
his Animal Insurance Company of
America started business : last
Aug. L ;

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He accepts mail appications
from anywhere in the continental
United States and Canada. With
the application form, he suppies
a noseprint ribbon which he has
developed 4 himself. non-toxic.
using a mineral dye that is deep
blue-back, good for three or four
prints. You press it against the
tuly nose, then prts the paper

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ris Hit Bac1(;
els Isolated

,
, HAVANA, April 11 ,,(l1P);
Loyal: troops, striking back at
insurgents .whose hit-and-run
attacks caused n e, arly 100
deathk,this week, have isolated
the -"main, rebel body" in the
mountains Of eastern Cuba? the
army annOtineed today.
' A communique said "many
rebel have been taken pri-'
, soner by troops pursuing
thein' Into' the Sierra Maestri'
; where Insurgent leader Fidel
A castro has been hiding out
for 16 months.,
A government spokesman said'
the "all-out attacks' threatened
for this we.ek by the rebels has
fizzled out, making their even eventual
tual eventual detcat certsITL lie,' said
loyal$ troops pruwably be
04,11, to wipe otrt the last' ves-,,
tlges of resistance within two
months.'
A. rebel 1 broadcast last ;night
eailed on 'Castro's supporters' to
continue fighting, in this "cru-'1
cial hour." The s anti-govern1
trent radio ;reported rebel at attack
tack attack 'on Manzanillo, Bueycito
and army( outposts at Niquero
and San Pablo, but gave no de details.
tails. details. ,
Havana was quiet', last nigh
except for scattered 4( shooting
audible in Auburban Vedado
shortly, before, midnightt Au.
tlhorities said 'no one was hurt.
At least one 'section 'of the
city was ,without l!ghts,'
'and heavy 'zecurity' precautions
created a wartime atmosphere.
Police Old troops patrolled, the
streets, and persons passing
near the Cuban "White House"
were atoppbtkand. questioned.
' The army admitted for the
first time last night that' the
power in, Hav2na
WednesdaY ;was the result of
Sabotage by, rebel dynamiters.
The trouble had been blam blamed
ed blamed previously on '4.1$, "faulty
transformer."
Communications between Ha Havana
vana Havana and dozens- of provincial
clitshreu tgeedh, ereiti;
tchlteires
strike called.; by the' 'rebels or
because saboteura ,had cut ,the
wires. :
'hweecraeu

Safety Field,Day,
Simintt'l Cruz Donee

Set.For Saturday.
The committee in charge has
announced that the '4th ,,, Annual
Safety, Field Day will be held at
Santa Cruz on Saturday.,,';,.....,
Events will start with a .pa .parade
rade .parade from the Gamboa' railroad
station beginning 8:15 cm. Bus
fare from Tivoli t6 Gamboa !will
be 15.cents on that day.
'', During the probram, there
Will be exhibits and Aemonstra Aemonstrations
tions Aemonstrations of safety, first aid and ma.
ny ,other techniques.
After the events' of the day
there will be an evening dance
at the Santa Cruz service cen center
ter center for adults. 'e
Dancing will be from p.m.
Until 2 cm.' There will be no ad admissiop
missiop admissiop charge.

against the nose. and you get a l
print which, he says ia a positive
identification.
Weiss -say( Jimity Durante's
old aphorism "The nose knows"
applies with high, certainty. to
dogs and cats. When the animal
dies, the veterinarian ,puts
noseprint on the death certificate,
under the Weiss plan.',
'"I've never taken a 1st nose noseprint
print noseprint myself," he says, "but they
come out very clear. Cats don't
seem to shy away from the psper
as dogs do. We get some smeared
doe's noses."
,eiss doesn't believe cats sre
as accident rrone as dogs. For

P
ut Sh a
,
"deterniine,' whether r aUMMit C
conference ',' would .serva a useful'
Durnose,4. "..

..... a, E i or,
conference would serve, a useful Ill dis)HOI II r aCilti tip
purpose.'" ,' ., 's , , 1 , , r
The SoViet ', reply, ', informants v II
said, agreed to an ambassadorial I 1 "Ip .....t. T ''' I
rt !-
meeting and t suggested that,' 'it I 14,0'6-10 10,6.4 1...at.,..3 ,
April 17 ,....),, ,..., ,': -' .Z. 14-- ,... ,
I At first gla.th.,; t,gis appeared ., .., ,.
to be a concession to Western 0: WAZILINGTON, 'April 11 MP).
views that careful preparatory '' The Atomic Energy commis
work must preceded any top lev- .tion hinted today it MaY cut short
el meeting to ease the cold War: the forthcoming aeapong test4 in
Secretary of State John Foster the Pacide. :, , ,,.,.
Dulles took a rough translation , t, ,,, ,,
of the 'note to. President Eisen;, Last Feb., 14 it' 2111101111Ced;:i
hower this Morning. The Presi- danger zone of 396,000 square
dent delayed his departure for a nautical miles would be establish.
weekend at Augusta, Ga., to diso ed around the Eniwetok proving
cuss it. with Dulles.' , , ground effective April 5 until some
, I ill : mit igiShSttl,ebderecog intli pa itel tO en dS ethaerneW
, time in August.'
oday hi an unpreedented action
on which suggested the t s t a
I 0 0 s,1
tlailaCell: Er...11s
Coif! tilt Iii-1 FL is
, L la a August,' -,
r"ctlihanng

tlarla 11:s
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MILAN, Italy (IIP)The 'cold
war'' between prima donna Maria
Menegbini ,,,,, Callas and Italian
Opera fans was over yesterday,
melted by ber triumphant 'per 'performance
formance 'performance at La Scala opera house
which was climaxed by 12 curtain
Her k' appearanie in Gaetano
Donizetti's "Anna Bolena" on the
stage of the world I famed opera
house was her first in,Italy since
she. walked 'out of the Rome Op Opera,
era, Opera, house several months- sigti
alter' the, first act of the opera
"Norma.",, The ,walkotit touched
off bitter criticisms of 'her '''tem
perament" ,
' She 'charged that the La' Scala
management was "selling two'
performances arbitrarily under
my name" just Jitter the Rome
incident. But she accepted the
congratulations of La Scala super superintendent
intendent superintendent Antonio Giringelit
when he, rushed backstage to hug'
and kiss hev atter Wednesday
night'S performance. ,
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"Are you happy to have neon neonquered
quered neonquered thic hearts of the, Milan Milanese?",
ese?", Milanese?", she was asked. )
"I' think I never lost their al,
fection" she replied.
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111OLLYWOOD,'April (tr)
--Cheryl Turner's stabbing of
Johnny Stompanato, the lover
ot her mother, actress Lana
, Turner, was declared lustily lustilyable
able lustilyable homicide" by coroner's
jury today. )

Ow0000monEonollmo
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one thing, they don't dash out
fast, in front of a car. And for an another,
other, another, you don't see many pedi pedigreed
greed pedigreed cats meandering around out outsidethat's
sidethat's outsidethat's a recreation enjoyed
almost exclusively by alley cats.
The premium rate for dogs and
cats is eight per cent annually
He believes the average age fir
both is &bait 12 years, alt,ier-:h
there are records of some tho
have lived 24, He believes a dog
can die of unhapphiess but doesn't
think acat would.
These pets emu' be harpy to
be insured. Ilow ( A could ,y
get to see r s r

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The regulations, effective today,
bar from the danger are a all un-
authorized persons viho are U.S.
citizens or persons VI'subject to
the,. jurisdiction of the United
States, its territories,, and...pos.
sesions."
, The AEC '4 said in announcing
the regulations that the efficient
an early completion of this test
series, which is to' begin in April,
1958, is of major .importance, to
the defense of he United States
and of the free
Thou& the orders apply to any
unauthorized citizens or subjects,
it was learned they were specific-
ally' designed to forestall, a tiny
group of Quakers now on its way
to the proving grounds via Houk.
lulu aboard a 30-ft. ketch named
!,'The Golden Rule."
The orders do not aPPIY to loI
foreigners because this country
cannot make regulations applic..
able on the high seas to citizens
,
of other countries. ,
If any foreign aircraft or ships
should enter the 390,000 square
mile danger zone they would, how.
ever, be warned of the potential
hazard and told how to get cut
out In, the 'shortest possible rtip.
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Robert James Neely? former Zo,'
nian and member of a wellknown
Canal Zone family, died auddenly
early :yesterday morning in Tue.
son, Ariz., where be,bad made his
home for the past several years.
He was 41 years old. Death is be4
lieved to have been caused by is
heart attack, I
Mr. Neely waS born in German
town, Pa.; but came to the Isth
mus as a boy and attended the toe.,
al schools. His father, R.J. I -ely,
was composing room forr,- 1 at
the Panama Canal Press s; the
time of his retirement in 1 5.
The younger Mr. Neely wyekei
for the Canal organizat ,,
1936,to 1947; when ho 1 ,,,
was a storekeeper in t
house Division.
Ile is survived by.bis NC r
two small children, in :
mother, who is now in Pl 1
td States and en route to
and by four s; 4rrs, Mrs. ;
cf Ar"r 1Yrq
R. t oF fa 1,
Nef y. cr 1, i
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U.S. Distr
Bruja Roa
The 1
the incide
bowed. Or
' Dist.
stated tha
' ,the 'soc
' AcCording
, tion, the 20.:
driving along
nue when he
Man girls wa
during.the ti
, and there we
es 'in sight. I
' He asked ti
ride home, al
the front sea
tim sat in ti
' told the sold
Abajo in Pa
driving towai
,
despite their
' war, going th
During the
tically 'tried
the ear vrour
Finally the a
sid0 succe"'

ogreid to.;
to'toke the-
the White
amount to
letivered to
'diplomatic
t.o,summit
Ipo4itiort of
O'C'cephIcMca
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It'Llay
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April 11 MP).
ergY Commis Commisit
it Commisit may cut short
ieapons teste In
t announced:: a ,
96,000 square
ild be establish.
niwetok proving
pril 5 until some
.eedented action
Ins the wording
urthe tests
ed earlier than

effective today,
nger are all un-
viho are U.S.
sie"subject to
of 'the United
tories,, and.- pos.
I, in announcing
ist ,fitbe efficient
tion of this test
,tv begin in April,
r .importance, to
he United States
world.'! ,
.
i3rs apply to any ,
tens or subjects,
ey were specific-
forestall, a tiny
how on its way
rounds via Hono.
It. ketch named
not appiy to any
tlus country
:ulations applic.
Seas to citizens ,
iircraft or ships
, 390,000 square
they would, how,.
of the potential
how to get cut
st possible !imp.

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' A ten-year penitentiary sentence, pne of the stiffest given an, American, in some time, ,was imposed today in noticeable departure from the norm, the repoirt statedThe '. , , r : , . ,, I
air was hot and humid with all stations recor,d ng above nor-, ). .. , ., ., , , ,
: U.S.. District Court at Ancon on a young Fort A, rna.dor.!ol dier w ho pleaded guilty to raping a Panamanian giri On
, , ,, ,, , ,L I mal temperatures and relative. humidity.' ,' i , ., , , '
b 7 ' '- ' ' ' , . maxim tem eratilres exceeded 90 de rees on 27 days at 1 1 , ,'; : .1 ",
Bruja Road ort the night of Fe ,, ,, -,, ,- ,,, i : ,,, , P g r p
,11alboa Heights and oil three days, the thermometer hit 91 Le OE-- 'VI dot lay "Ilk,
' Tha victim conorted to be. a virtuoue 17-vear-oid 'ili rt. did not Annear in court. tior has she been located Sinel AP' A0100-

, degrees. A maximum or in was recorded at Madden Dam and h namina 1 I r.2 I
94 degrees.itt.Giqun. Pa.cific sea' warter temperature, which I ILIKJUND VarJ 1 A
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usually is in the low 711's durMg, the inenth of March, aver- :, ,' .: ,' t .. 11 ' '' '--; ---7-
4 aged 79 degrees this year, which was 5.4 degrees above normal. - - P I
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rts versed', in psychiatry and - ', 7 --- '.. ' ., ,- , , ,. ,. : ira
iology "speak on sexual delin- ; s ,, ' ', S '- , ',, , .. ,, ' .' H
cy, but felt ,"it's alwaYs a
em to know' what' to do in IltOMO I e.' le entence re 1
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said ,, that lknany people felt ',.. .- '' '40 i r 1, , , , , ,, , , , ,,
i like these 'warranted hospi ..t. HAVANA, April 11 ,,(11P).', -- rrt
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tion, but that the only thing
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able to,the court for ?Ise in ,,,,,,,: ,, .,, , , - ; , : ', US Envoy'llegret insurgents .whose hit-and-run
ripting te,dete persons who , , .. : ,,, ,, ',......... a --- ,...-' .-. ',.. I I, ... -,!! i ,, attacks, caused n e, a r 1 y 100 111
nit acts of delinnuencv 49
out certairr punishment eith-
ft) ik' It''. siuto'rnob ille 4.thiei,' Wh. 'led 4 Ca'r Wh4.ich' Ove'r'he' ated du' r' in g'' t' flto. et t.' I, deaths this week, have isolated 0 S
a mance rlySileCtS the "main, rebel body" in the
the oeniteritiory or in t h e Canal Zone Police On a 100 mile chase on the Transasthmian High. ,, ,, ,,,., ,, ,, ..
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of the Canal Zone an hour chase before they. caught way last February. He was final. s d II '1 t
. array announced today. , tO
L', ,' him, today learned the seriousness ly captured at thcSabanita check. trayc nto RP
, A cpmmunique said "many
num' aritiati '''.1 tin think that i t.:,.. ,,,. trd. ma flonteknooti ...1. -14,.e di,,s4,. ft.... SI'aoi In .fha

r" .1 France proposed in, idential" notesili
I soner by troops pursuing March 01 that Russia ftetree to
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The ease of &Sgt. William 4 J. in the Canal Zone, automobiles nrocielming he renth nf April
Mitchell, who was charged wilt, are tiuy only means of trenepor. ae r,ancer Control Month.
rapej was dismissed. His coifipa- tation for many employes, and The Proeloent'a 1,enctematlop
niqn, pfe, Vernon 0 Helton, char'' in addition w e "expensive urged the medical nrofession. the
ed with assault with intent to pieces of machinery.", enmmunieatien buinatriea' d
commit rape on the, elder of the Gonza'ez, should have 'been In ell concerned ermine to
sisters, was fined VA and sen- Coiba Island penitentiary serving during! the month in -the fnrth fnrthtenced
tenced fnrthtenced to' 30 days in jail after a a three-year term, when he was orsnea of nrograms for the 'con 'conjury
jury 'conjury found, him guilty of battery.' caught at the wheel of a stolen fro.' of tancer,
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CANAL SEAMAN'S

IS IICIA THE REACERS OWN CCLUMN

The Mad las is en open forum tor readers et The enema American
L. ere received oratefully end are bandied in wholly confidential
, tt yew contribute hetet itee't be Impatient it It doesn't appeal the
al,t day. Letters are published in the wale, meowed.
- Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
,...Identity et letter writers is held in strictest confidence
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' NOT DISGUSTED HUT ENVIOUS
: Dear Disgusted Patriotic Panamanian: Mail klox APril 9)
, Yon uon't appear to be all together clisgustea with eanama
nian alkali's; for tiLkier Paragrapn 3, caption te), you exprebaly
ana conveniently took tii.N..; out to pick on an innocent ana gen gen-
- gen- tune leader of our Latm American communities. To say We least
I will be more disappointed to learn that you are a Negro, tor
' then you would have only add to my conviction that vile kre not
;. ytt ready. Since your letter, the old 'question is ms,kint4,11,9
irita-kh
,, ',,, rounds, "Why it at wnen a Negro is up, it taketanothet
Negro so pull down." Pure envy eh? ',
, The princi al of the Paralso Latin American Sch ol may
.; not possess "the mininium academic requirement for such a po po4
4 po4 sition," but have you stopped. to trunk that tzus maybe me ono'
i thrng, this genuine gentleinan lacks? His intellect. culture and
1
4 human relations 'are far above many who possess this "mini "minimum
mum "minimum academic requirement." He has learned to live with his
fellowmen.' ,' - ,
, Just piusilo oberve a- few of the-important tositions this
educator holds aside from his principalship:' I. Chairman, Latin
. American Scholarship Committee; 2. President, Internationai
- BoY Scouts Council; 2. President, Paraiso Civic Council; 4. Presi President,
dent, President, Congress of Latin American Civic' Councils; 5. Member,
executive committee of Canal Zone United Fund; 6. Vice Presi President,
dent, President, Canal Zoos Group Health. Insurance. Board;., 7. Officer,
' Paralso Credit Union; A -$ ., -. N- ,. ':, ,, ,,, ,, .,, :.;,..
, lie is the right man in' the right'place if there ever' was
: one.. Don't worry he Frill "forgive you ior you know. not what
; you do," and you 'can rest assured that he will never, never. do
I you what you are attempting to do him.,', Take a Vote and' see
t $ holt many persons agree with you, all envious ones, aren't they?
' '' ' ?lot Envious
', ', ? NO LOVE LOST .:., I .. ',..- ,.
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t I came across an article in'your much-read mailbox column
: yesterday (April 9), entitled !Too Liao England?" and signed by
' "Once Great Britain:1 , '
-- This tugitive from the Ku-Klux-Klan should' haVe signed it
s 'tsuch, and. not use the nom-de-plume "Once Great Britain."
, The Xeasons for England curtailing the' influx of Negroes
t from her .001011lea were purely socio-economic., Many Negroes,
wrth drtgult of better-payitig lObs,' migrated daily to England
t in -search of tamer only to meet with. disapPointment. 110
job'S and no place to go,It.is only natural that -new slum areas
would arbe, and 'the occupants become a bUrden ,ort thestate.,
In order to alleviate:thl, situation, the Only' W1136' thing to do
4
, I was to stem the. flow, After all,' a lot would' have,heen-- ranch
tbetter off had they' remained in their liontelandS.,.-
i Were "fear of mongrelisation of the races" the cause, for the
curtailment,4 would '..hau, indeed, lost all resPect lorw.a, great
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countrY like' England. , '
o "Once Great Britaini!' o. doubt,' is 'WOW semi-illiterate slob
'' I who has been fed such drivel as "whitd.suprimacy", from, his
7 cradle days.ityo' believe it up to this date Only. provest.rheyond a
4 doubt,l,that has grown physically. but mentally,. he -hasn't
s, 4 advanced abovd the; kindirgarten leveL, ,-
, t ero.listen to."parrots", like "0.0.B.," one 'gets the impression
; thit the Negro:- hag a monopoly on adultery,Csin, completelY
; unheard' Of ,among. the lily white racc, (what; 4 laugh,
o interracial marriage. Whenevir twd' people Of
ent races marry, -they obviously do, it, ottt, of a great love for
: essIft other...14o Negro is going .to go out of Iiii way ,tO marry
, a White, anymore than a White is going, to go out Of'11111 Way
: tO Warry a Negro. After all,' if interracial marriage' produces a
. :,ongrel, weak younger generation (AS .140.0.111.11 STA'rES)
, -111,,be Ai mongrel, weak younger generation of Whites adwell- as
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t The abiount of' Suffering the Negro has endured from- the
.2;31nning of time. to this day,. it's WAvonder he isn't considered
,u,..zr-ltuman.-, It takes great courale to endure great Suffering.
Jesus Christ was jeered, spat upon, tortured; yet, not once
did He lose His peace. Instead, He forgave Hie torturers; just
st-forgive you, "Once Great Britain." 7 ;,..
' : : Froild To' Oi A Negro
- FOR PATRIOT WITH A Gun...,
44 'In hia lett-er "Pittriot:'(Aptill) ,states' that the Canal Zone
administration' juggles the cultural, educational. and econoinic
i standards Of the local rate 'communities." May I remind hint
; that the standards set by-the Canal administration' say, -"ten
t years ago,'were equal to those in force in anrother school sys sys,
, sys,
tem -on the Isthmus,' if not,superior. ,'
What happened two or three years ago can be. justly Called
'; a big stride ahead on the road to complete international coop coop;
; coop; eration. The diVIS1011; in an effort to correct the inconsistency
,, of the high standards of 15 years ago (when students knew
more about Mississippi than about'Macaracas) has been prepar prepar,
, prepar, ing the graduate of the Latin-American School to take his lair
place among the, true patriots of the republic of Panama. 7.
1 I am sure. that title "disgusted patriotic Panamanian', would
t gladly sWap his' degree for the personality, leadership and, gen general
eral general know-how that the principal, of the Paraiso High School
1 has displayed in hii many,years of laithttd service to the local
' rate communities, i '': I
, 'um 'AtiViltritetts 1

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" SOAPSUDS FOR FERGY ,
The commissaries', special. this weekend said "Dial Soap
Save 20c 3 Barg for-46c ,'-While They Last Regular value
66c."' Well 1 juSt came back from two months in the States.'
like Ind use Diar soap all of the time and found it'regu it'regu',
', it'regu', larly sells in Stateside chain stores for 16 cents and 17 cents a
bar, as compared to the regular Commissary price of 22 cents.
So suppose they can afford to give back a little of the exhor
bitant profit they .are making on this soap. ,
' : 'Palmolive Pete
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-- ABOUT JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
Allow Me to offir"the following Item ofi rid-hot-Problem
of, the moment.
"Bezel something of' Interest In these times when juVenile
de1111QUelley 18 so prevalent. , ,
"Father Divine's all-seeing Spirit bas reached ,down to en
compass a 15-Year-old who was a chain sthoker and did not be4
lieve in God. Since she has come in contact with Father Divine
' and says she knows He is God she hu stopped smokin g and
'desires to live the life of Christ exemplified so wonderf ly by
Father and In Mother. ,
"This Is just one Instance IMOng so many but it Is a ,ig an an"
" an" swer to the delinquency problem and only by the recogni. on of
God Is it going to be solved. Nothing else seems to reach ese
: youngsters. ,
"Rectntly a follower from the West clune to see Father. He
: thought he had problems, among them the fact that he in
0 charge of a Juvenile Hall where Immorality is so high he Inds
it almost impossible to find peace of mind.' When he le Fa
tirr's office he wag a,changed man and now has the co age to
, face the problem because of the wonderful assurance en him
ty rather Personally." ;
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, For those of you that have no gone through the Panama
Canal should make a trip and observe the king's life that ca.
nal pilot enjoys. ,
First aboard he is offered food, drink (hard ,,, and soft),
smokes and almost carried, around like my Kahn., What do I
do??? Hustle the wires aboard in the rain and sun. advise the
cre At members as to requirements around the locks and Vidal
the pilot wave his arms like a king over his subjects.,,,,,1
The Canal is interested in employes that will remain on the
j ..",) rather than rupning oil to the &tate& mona timeS than'I go
to "La Macarena," Why not ouen the apPrentice systera to local
tl "La Macarena." Why not open the apprentice system,to local
( -1 that bridge and say "1.4eroy, that pilot's job is for you." ':
, , First Local nate Pilot

First Local Rate

411bor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
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When Teamster leaders relax,
which they find mighty difficult
to do these days, they indulge
themselves in the sports of
kings. And why not? One, now
retired, ,has a miniature r a i 1-
road. Several others have mighty
steeds in stables around the land.
soon we hear the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia story of "Commodore" Ray
Cohen, national Teamster trustee
and owner, of a small but luxu luxurious
rious luxurious navy.
The Philadelphia story now 4
being scripted personally by Sen.
McClellan and counselor Robert
Kennedy. Theyrwilt put the show
on the road, on the witness
stand, that is,' come April .44
which suddenly lights up.' as a
mighty significant day in the
life and times of James R. Hof

L The Senatorial investigating. co comittee
mittee comittee further charged that "some
'13 per cent of all the locals in the
Teamsters Union are under trus trusteeships.
teeships. trusteeships. Teamsters officials have
admitted- before- the committee
that they do not know the reason
why some were put under trus trusteeship
teeship trusteeship or why they remain. in
that state at the present time.
"Lome of the locals have been
under trusteeship for 15 year I.
One individual through trusteeship
cad control the destinies of many
people Mr. Hoffa is the trustee
of some 17ilifferent locals."
These are tontinuing abuses, ob,
terverssay. The Momtors are ex expected
pected expected to say so in their first re-,
port to Judge Letts. Thus t hey,
give the Federal bench
grounds for hailing the Teadisters'
high command into court this
summer. They may then hes re removal
moval removal for failure to end the &bus &busts
ts &busts reportedby the McClellan tom,

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has shot into the Bretherbood's ..., 1,- sem els sts ' ' ,,,,---
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to Cohen will concern his pur- ,.. -,L';;..,-------- ,,,, -, ..,,..
chase of it "lavish yacht for $17, P'7-------j--- ,,,,;.-''''
000." He was asked this once 1
,
before. Cohen took the Fifth A- ,,, ,'. ,, .7,-, ,-- -:
mendment when Bob Kennedy ask- : 0--.- -1,,r':r::'-,-1'-':"'"-'
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ed him tf the seventeen grand ..- , ,,,- ,.' -..'',i. z - ,
came out of ,Teamster n'n t o n , s see-,-7,2':-'1' i.,i1;,',,,'.,-,,z, -,;,' kr ,-- ,' 4 f ,.. N ,- ''''' :' ,-:
dues At that time Cohen W3S I 4i,..,41'-'6're, i-t''''ei:;,,':,::-i';',:1- If ''''''' 1::::-' '- 1: ':- .:.:': '.
merely secretm -, threasurer of ' ': --,'',--!,- rz-ff:- it, ,'"; -:-; .-:.';'' .,: -- -:',..i.' .''.
, .- ,.., -..-,,,....,;-,,1-- -.2,- ,,,h z ,,,-tn,.-. -:-,,,,,;,--,,,Al,:z,v,,i
Philadelphia's Local 107. Today he f '' '' '. ' 4.''' 'kIt'Z-.A1'.- ..,1 .Z .: '-'.'''.,,, &'.o.' .,,, 1., ,fi.,.
,.., ' ' '.
is one of the International Tea,m- ..
sters' three trustees, e h a r g t d ' ''' '' '7, ' :
with guarding all the assets of so' s I. to' 1
B
the multi-million 'dollar national ', ' lighl.', Bug 1 E
union. ', , I ' e .1 , r :
,
, On the morning of April 14, -, , .., k. . ' r : : ,
Brother Hoffa will' be facing an ' '' ' ''' '' '' '
- - - t, By BOB RUARK :
other witness stand. This one sn '-'' ' '' ''
the brew York Federal C 0 u r t - 1- ' ' '
1room of Judge John Cashin. HoP ' ' '1 '
I thought for a moment when Klotiern of the palmetto Knightt
If& is charged with illegally wire- the South 'Carolina branch of the of KKK, , ,,
taping and bugging his lleuten- Ku Klux, Klan turned me, down "I also roc several requests
ants' phones and union offices.
-But the real script 011 the Me for the membership I had not far membership ill ever united
sotight, that I had lost contact with States which I will attend to at
and-times of Jim Rolla will be
tn memo form that -day': in t.b e ,my favorite correspondent, the e later date. I else elm 77 letters lettersGrand
Grand lettersGrand Whizard, a Mr. Harold 10, requesting were that I answer
hands of yet- three other, men
the Monitoring, Trio stipervising Aiken, of Greenville, S.C. -- yours Cesium in paper with an anBut
But anBut my, day has brightened eon: ether, letter, the, requisst were
the Teamsters under Federal Jus- siderably ,with the receipt of the that I answer you with :,iiother
tire Dickinson Lettsl- directives, following missive, and as a public letter' immediaely' if not !SOW'
' Those memos will be merged
fhe next day, -The Monitors' will service, I should like to pass on es hist butt net' least by no
the literary effort of, one of our means I rec CI letters of Chri Chrimeet
meet Chrimeet that -morning in Washington
to,discuss their find rep I,, clearer-thinking-, metnbere ,, of theism. t ., t
Judge Letts, The, mnitors ,,,,lia;e" Southern Supremacy.' I should say .- ' h ;. ' ;
that if (Brother Aiken has 94,000 "rts athamed you did not print
been conferring. with Holla f o r
weeks. They spent three .days last men' under his command. he is the fun Contents of ,ny letter-in,
stead of using say',1etter after you
week in a'speciat Teamster head- 'a fellow of some irnportance.4nd
should be heard. The following is censored 'it. it ,tvould', hove beer
quarters office which had no phone my pleasure to tell nubile of you
thaw witreatIA gmf 1.. ,,i;,,f.....,1 a faithful transcript 'of the lette

------- ---- "--" --- e----1a faithful transcript of the lette i" Ylvaa"" L" l'u ,11"""u "4- J""
so they ,would not ,, be disturbed on vile' ,, .. ,,,, and youre Nigger Loving methods.
while in session. e monitors al- 4 .- ' had I said somethity, good about
so have been conferring ,, indivi- III tee yOure',1etter today, Suiel you im sure you woad have psint psintdually
dually psintdually with 'Jtidg Letts.' ,,' '' )t was geod to hear firom 4ou Aure ed thp,t, 'py toppeniml of TN ds
'r ''', '''' 'v ',1 ' '' '' was 'nice of yolk to say all those even Lower now thaithtieforc I still
, The Judge now Is awaiting their swellisthings about me."1 (Author3 think youre a nigger lover and
message on the tate of the union. I never wrote this bum in my spy for, N.A.A.C.P., a Irator. to
He expects that this message will life.) "and as far that nice write white race. White Man With a very
take cognizance of,:the angry, en, up you gove me in your.paper as black inside., in my 'bood, thats ta
vil laden McClellan committee bl you know went in Just about ever nigger Loving Scallywag. ,it ,,You
terim report. If the Monitors do,papbe in country. as A restdt of should hove married nigger and
as they are expected, it is quite, it I rec Hundreds of letters from been forbidden to look up on White
possible that Hoffa may find him all over the united States Several Womon pt. said,you were suppiz suppizself
self suppizself back in the'Washington court Stisiness men. have pledged large ed that I could write' at 111. butt
Frn2 of Jydge. ',Jetta 113 111001 as Conterbutins to my Grennville strangely enaugh when. I joained

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tenni report. 11 the monitors, fio!papbc in country. as a restdt of
as they are expected, it is quiteit rec Hundreds of letters ,from
possible that Hoffa may find him all over the united States Several
self back in the 'Washington court
room of Judge Letts as soon Btisiness men. have pledged large
as Conterbutins to my Grennville
his New-York trial is over'. t
- The Monitors' report, in e o m-
menting on thg McClelland Com-
mittee report, will have to state Common Sayings
whethet the abuses spaded up by ''
Sob Kennedy ; and his probers
SS DO
have been cleaned up. 'A. Citt) 1111
The McClellan committee. report 1Cat and 1 Small pats
makes some mighty, serious charg-. fight 'Jewel
es. It finds,' for example, that 4 Get ofi 3 Created
there are at last 36 men with cri free ,,,, 4 Slip
mint tecords who have influence 1.1...pop wanting ;dick
in Teamster circles indeed, 111 12 "The Hairy"; 6 Exaggera1e
the circles of the,Teamsters' pres- 'Mabel
ident himself. , 13Molten rock waters
The committee found, not only 14Walked : run deep
gross misuge" of some $2 400,000 .151torbid Spoken
of Teamster funds by Hoffa b u t II Intoxicated
that he "also entered busineis re- one 10 Be overtond
11 Arabian gull
lationships with Insurance car- 18 Slim 17 Without
tiers and banks' which handled 2,0 Feminine thYme or --4",
millions of dollars it Teamster 1; onnellation 12 Organs of
pion funds" , 21 Fish eggs scent ,
.

sbould be heard. The following ill! censored 'it. it ,Wou hcrve been
a faithful transcript 'of the lette pleasur!.. to tell pulmic' of you

I thought for a moment; when Klotiern of the palmetto Klighta
the South 'Carolina branch of the of KKK. ,,
Ku Klux, Klan turned me, down "I also roc several requests
for the membership I had not far membership ill ovor united
sought, that I had lost contact with States which I will attend to at
my favorite correspondent, the a later dots. also Om Minors--
Grand Whizard, a Nir. Harold requesting wore that I answer
Aiken, of Greenville, S.C, yours Colum in paper with an4
But my, day has brightened con: other, letter. ths, requisst went
siderably ,with the receipt of the that I answer you with Aother.
following missive, and as a public lottorN immediaol, If not I0011
service, I should like to pass on or hist butt not' least by no
the literary effort ot one of our moans I roc CI letters of Chriclearer-thinking-,
metnbera ,, of theism.
Southern Supremacy: should say
that if Brother Aiken has 94,000 "its athamed you did not print
men' under his command, he is the full Contents of ,,,ny letterin.
stead of using irty'jettcr after you
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30 Regard I., MOM 1,
32,Gloomier
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28 Woe 40Interior :
27 Most ' 41 Guide
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Klan I managed' to sign my name.
(Author: No comment.)
r, -
"1 Since hell ever office in Klat
and at present I have ninety four
thousa,nd men under, ,my leader leadership
ship leadership I Believe you are to chicken
to print fuU contents of this letter
butt I Challenge you so readers
youre Co lum Can read rest of
book that you have 'started to write
concerning KKK and my ability
as one of its many leaders this
Could Be your. opportunity to dis disband
band disband the organization which eul
refer to as hatters of Kikes Koons
and Kathalics Harald It Aiken
Grind Whizard"d .-,

Apart from nominating the G and
Whizarcl- not my spelling to
the future governorship of Ar ri risasy
sasy risasy I have, very 4ittle topadd to
this piece qf banci,-1,vr,ogg14,,pose,
,' t
dvnot emir at honest Mits.,
racY, 'not at poverty of brain, gx,J,,:
opt tha our friend from Groom
S.C., might very possibly
bo tolling tho truth whom ,,, he
says that ho hat 94,001) yeoman
of limier mentality as ha is
tho Grand Whiard s under his
firm command. It it a touch
frightening, at best.
.1 do not,know the age, Weight,
or coloration of the Grand Whiz Whizard,
ard, Whizard, but I will bet you one thing.
His shirt blouses out of his pants,
and his belt Is Vvorn under, not
,:around, bis belly.

And one Mug sincerely'. puzzles
me: wonder where he got the
idea of anybody writing a book
on the Klan,' when it is obvious
that none of the potential purchas purchasers
ers purchasers would evel- be able to read

When 'the War Between the
States began in 1861, the state
of Virginia voted to secede
from the Union. The dounties
west of the Allegheny Moun Mountains
tains Mountains and their neighbors on
the Potomac River refused to'..
secede. On June 20, 1863, those
counties remaining loyal to the
Union wert admitted as a sep separate
arate separate state, West Virginia. ,
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WASI:LNGTON On a s,it'slit-I reea-iblirg calcium 1,1- Lich ., 3 in inny
ny inny day late in World War IL Ravi! to the bc,,cs. If you eat ro ,,oac ,,oacArchie
Archie ,,oacArchie Mitchell of Ely, Ore., t,,,, ki Lye food, strontium 9) ser;,s out
his wife and some of the re itb-i the bones and causes letiketr a or
or's children, together with la i s lung cancer.
own, on an outing in the we, 's of Tests at Perm NS', b a v Is
southern Oregon near La", e cw. shown that cows eating hay that
Suddenly 11-year-old Joan Eiii.e has been Itored in barns give
spotted a hug,e balloon sriagged in milk containing very little E.,ron E.,rona
a E.,rona tree. Rushing up to the curious dium 90. But cows which have eat eatobject,
object, eatobject, one of the children tugged en fresh grass subjected to radio radioat
at radioat the balloon, there was a suadenfactive fallout give milk with con considerably
siderably considerably increased Strontium 90.
- explosion, and when the smoke
cleared tix were dead. Beverend, The- amount of Strontium L3 in
Aptchell was the only survivor- milk has gone up ever since in
The. Japanese had taken lidvant- creased nuclear, tests in la,A,
the balloon across the vast Paci Paciage
age Paciage of the prevailing winds to float
Adm. Lewis Strauss and his a atomic
tomic atomic energy ommission claim
fie Ocean to try to set fire to the
that fallout from atomic bombs
nwohrethatfwieestldsmaend Jafporaensetsse
has not added to "natural" radia radiaafter
after radiaafter the war that they had launch- tion. This is true. But the word
llestt3ifiuede
"natural" Is deceptive. For Stron- i
tium 90, is not natural. It can on- ,,
except to the unsuspecting chil- ly be created by nuclear explo exploethde9w'Tr,btahlicouwgnhsnaogn4eincsatuusesddduerainthg'
ethde9w'Tr,btahlicouwgnhsnaogn4eincsatuusesddduerainthg' exploethde9w'Tr,btahlicouwgnhsnaogn4eincsatuusesddduerainthg' sions.. Therefore, nucleat explo explonidreen
nidreen explonidreen o", Reveren.d Mitchell's plc plcthe
the plcthe It was se lapanese balloons sions do not add to natural radia radiation,
tion, radiation, but make Stiontium 90. The
which gave me the idea of using Atomic Energy Commission is beg
the same west-to-east winds to ging the point. '
float freedom balloons over the 1r , ,,, '', ,, ,
on Curtain. They carried not ex PROPAGANDA' foREDICAMENT i
plosives,. but messages of hOpe, ,, .:, ,,
from the Some.of the propaganda exi)erta
Afrmeeedroicma,n apendopfritiendshi: p ,, ,,
had what seemed like an excellent
A total. of 200 million messages idea for President Eisenhower
when the Russians annotmced a,
ban on H-bomb tests. He might
wo sal os vda rkoi appoda n.odv,a rmPu no lgainrdy, efhroocmk
the summer of 1951 when ,l' have told the world something like
' launchod the first balloon from this; ,, , ,,
, the :Gorman-Czechoslovak her- '',,. - ,

Today these same winds are car carrying
rying carrying something much more dead deadly
ly deadly than 'Japanese balloons. A d
just as the balloon near Lakeview,
Ore., Idlled unsuspecting children,
so a new menace, radioactive' fal
lout, is getting into,the bones of
children. R will not harm them
now, but in future years they
may pay for- our experiments in
the art of war. 1
NORTHERN USA IS HITIVIICE

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"It'a about time, Ruisit banned
nuclear tests, for she is rapidly
contaminating the s most populated
portions of the 'United States ,and
Canada.,
, -
4 After tho Russian tests of 1956,
tho amourtt of Str6ntium 90 on
US soil Iiiereased by -onethird
in 'addition, Russian tests con,.
taminate tho rice fields cd Japan
and tho whoatflolds of North Chi,

Once again' the winds have most' ''' - ...
"We therefore welcome the Rus Rusto
to Rusto do with harming American chil chilsian
sian chilsian decision to ban II-bomb tests
dren. The winds which, always
announcement." .,,
and hope they will stick by their
blow from west to east, because
the earth always turns the same
WRY on its axis, always carrying ' ' '''' ' ; 1,- ,-,
. HOwever, when the propaganda
radioactive, fallout from the test testexperts
experts testexperts examined the idea of such
ing grounds ,Y Siberia to the U-1
an announcement, they discovered
nited States. 'On the way,' it als)
pe unit- that it would confirm exactly what
hits Japan. I3ut m,uch of
0 n c 3 Adial Stevenson' said in the elec.
ed States gets hit twiee ,---
which Ike ead, accused him of
from Russian fallout, again from tion tamPaign of 1956, following
American H-I3ombs tested in Nev..'
making a 'atheatricall e s t u r e"
ada,, and 'to ,itilesser -extent from
tests in the mid-Pacific , which ciiuld "lead onty., to ..confti
lion et home' and misunderstand misunderstand'
' misunderstand' Dr. Lester Machta of the Weath
Mg abroad." Vice-President Nixian
e'r,Bureai .fias reveitied,;that fell fellproposing
proposing fellproposing ,-.."eatas
tohuet ,gdlooebsen,lbudtrolop aunfifaoirrnilly ynarorvoewr accusrhiln of
troph,ig nonsense." . ri.
band stretching across the north- ''' ' '. 'i i'',o- ,.
ern, United. States LaSt summer '' KO at his press conference the
measurements showed that,oescu- President talked about the flowers
InUtillnd fallout around ienvYnrk that bloom- hi the ,'s fieg. .,
,
City was two to -three, mess..as, d' -, :. -:, ; .. .."'''''' '''''
large, as in the south. -. ,,,-.- Antl'Semtni'Tal!'
,, Thps is because Siberian windi .. 16'
blow across Canada and t h e R
northerstates. Ivo addition,. rain- mnngs V 'German
,, fall is generally higher In the
north Ind rain deposits mere' poi, Tecicher Th.-Trial.. ;
son .on the ground below., Thus .,, , ', r
' the mast populous part of the D- OFFENBURG, Germany (UP)-
nited ,States gets the most, nue- A former school teacher today be beleals'iunishment.
leals'iunishment. beleals'iunishment. -. ,t,:, ,, '. came, the first German to stand
Fallout from American lesto In trial in a quarter of a century tor
the Marshall Islands doesn't hit making anti-Semitie remarka,
the American mainland as, much -- ,.- j J
as, it does ,Central America, Cen- Ludwig Zind, 'SI, 'has been
tra1,1 Alr.ca, and Southeast Asia, charged with ,publicly advocating
This is no joy to the neonle in those murder and manslaughter and
areas, but our Atomic Energy Com slandering the memories pf the
mission takes, some consolation in
the fact that these parts of the dead. Ile is accused of 'saying
world are less densely populated that "the Nazis gassed too few
which is true until you get to south- Jews" iand that be and his men
east itSta,1111 area whose rice pad- "killed hundreds of Jews w i t h
shovels", during yorld War IL
dies are packed, with people. ' ' '.- 4
., , , Zind made the', remarks to a
. ? CHILDREN'S BONES Jewish salesman' in a tavern
. ,

which Ike ead, accused him of
making It 'theatrical estur e"
which could "lead oniy. to .confd
lion et home' and mistmderstand-
ing abroad." Vice-President Nixon
accuseittim of proposing ,.."catas
troptuF nonsense."
te at his press conference the
President talked about the flowers
that bloom. id the
'

son ,on the ground below Thus' '
the 'most populous part of tho OFFENBURG, Germany (1.1P)--
nitod ,Statos gets tho most, nue- A former school teacher today be beloeit'iunishmont.
loeit'iunishmont. beloeit'iunishmont. - came, the first German to stand
Fallout from American 'tests in trial in a quarter of a century tor
the Marshall Islands doesn't hit making anti-Semitic remarka,
the American mainland as, much '
as it does ,Central America, Cen- Ludwig Zind, ,SI, 'has been
tra1,1 Alr.ca,' and Southeast Asia, charged with ,publicly advocating
This is no joy to the neonle in those murder and manslaughter and
areas, but our Atomic Energy Com slandering the memories of the
mission takes, some consolation in
the fact that these parts of the dead. Ile is accused of 'saying
world are less densely populated that "the Nazis gassed too few
which is true until you get to south- Jews" tand that be and bis men
east itSta,1111 area whose rice pad- "killed hundreds of Jews with
shovels", during yorld War IL
dies are packed, with people. '
, Z in de the, rem rks to a
CHILDREN'S BONES Jewish salesman' in a tavern
w" hat' harms the c h itd ts maboaxuitmuanl, yesaernieangcoe. witoul ectonbveiettelit,
Strontium 90, the longlived poison years imprisonment'

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'I administration juggles the, cultural, educational and,' econoinir
1,, $ standards Of the local rate communities." May I remind him
'' that the standards set by -the Canal administration' say, ten
, t years ago,'were equal to those in force in any:other school sys sys1'
1' sys1'
1 tem on the Isthmus,'If not,superior.
I, i ,What happened two or three years ago can be justly called
a big stride ahead on the road to complete international coop coop,
, coop, . eration. The division,' in an effort to correct the inconsistency
.. of the high standards of 15 years ago (when students knew
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i, prepari, ing the graduate of the Latin-American School to take his lair
: place among the, true patriots of the republic of Parlaillit.
1 1 I am sure that thie "disgusted patriotic Panamanian', would
. i gladly sWap his degree for the personality, leadership and, gen gen,
, gen, ,f
, . t eral know-how that the principal of the Paraiso High School
. has displayed in his; many,years of faithtta service to the local
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' . like and use Diar soap all of the time and found it'regu it'regu;
; it'regu; ', larly sells in Stateside chain stores for 16 cents and 17 cents a
't bar. as compared to the regular Commissary price of 22 cents.
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, 'JOINS NAVY Lewis C. Stevenson, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
M. Stevenson of House No. 547-B Curundu. Heights, enlisted
in U.S. Navy for tour years on Wednesday at the U.S. Naval
Station, Rodman. His father is employed by the USARCARIB
, Inter-American Geodetic Survey at Fort Clayton, as chief of
the Inane Branch. Stevenson attended the Canal Zone Junior
College for one and a half years. prior to entering the Navy,
and is a graduate of North High School, Denver, Col. Steven Steven'
' Steven' son 'was born in Albuquerque, N.M. He and his parents have
been residing in the Canal Zone for the pas ttwo years. He
left the Isthmus Friday on a MATS flight from Albrook Air
Force Base to Charleston, S.C.,. and has been asigned to the
, Great Lakes Naval Training Center for basic training. Shown
Is Lt. G. S. Dial, executive officer, U.S. Naval Station, Rodman,.
administering the oath of allegiance to Stevenson. l

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HOUSTON, Tex. (UP)Federal
Budget Director' Maurice H. Stens
criticized the Democratic. eon
trolled 'Congris last night ," f r
'turning its 4 back on economy
s governnient in the surge to
stop the recession..
Stens 'also joined President Ei
senhower in a public campaign to
stem any' rush toward tax reduc reduction
tion reduction as a remedy for the cumnt
slump. -, 4 ), , 1)i.e
' : ,"We should lake a long, ca
Calm look at conditions and give
the sconomy a chance to show its
, t strength before we embark on tax
tutting," Ile said in a speech pre pre.,
., pre., Pared for the Houston chapter of
the American Society of Charter Charter'
' Charter' ed Life Underwriters.
His assessment of the recession
VIM one of, the irankest given by
ranking member of the admin admin-
- admin- iStration. The budgett ftiepttr
.,, also: 4, ...4 ); ,t
Rapped 'the House and Sehate
for 'rejecting administration pro proposals
posals proposals to jeduee the cost of gov govN
N govN ernment.., He said it', thus moved
;"04 ar away from any hope of bal.;
anced budgets ,,or .1959 and, pos pos'
' pos' sin, seveval yeart,...more,r
,Foretast a federal defkit thiS
fiscal year, of close' t $1,500,000,-
000. Red Ink spending will be
evce- highfr ,if federal tax,,,collee
tions continue to fall ff. '
, Opposed large public works
, programs, saying theY ,"are not
the tlobt answer for the country
Indicated strongly that excise.:
taxes in, a number of areas, in ineluding
eluding ineluding automobiles and transpor transpor,
, transpor, tation, should be continued if Con Con.
. Con. gress continues ,to vote new
Ilion-dollar programs. i4 e
' Stans said he felt that Congress,
, in pursuing a recession 'remedy
s had turned down most proposals
, for reducing the dost of govern govern'
' govern' ment activities, "giving the
pression that it is not interested
ry,l-ht now in econoiny."
, He said at the rate Congress Is
, now legislating ."wd are threaten threaten.
. threaten. ed with SO 'billion dollar: budgets
for the next frV years.",
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GOP Scoffs

WASHINGTON (UP)--Assistant
House GOP Leader Leslie C.', Ar Arends
ends Arends ,on Wednesday denounced as
, "political dramatics" a Democrat Democrat,
, Democrat, lc decision to' get former Presi PresiCent
Cent PresiCent Truman's testimotly next
'', week on how to halt the Feces Feces-
- Feces- sion., 1
Arends piedictee, the move,
: would "boomerang." He indicated
' Republicans would ask the ex-1
, president about a statement at-1
tributed to him'in 1950 to the ef-1
fed that unemployment of three
to five million was supportable.
The Demotratic former ',geol ',geol.,
., ',geol., :dent also irked Republicans ,by
, reporters. in New Haven,
Cann, Tuesday tight that he would
: be "doing something" about the
recession and not "sitting still'or
1, playing go'f" .if he were in the
t-White House. ,
: He blamed the receesion on the
Eisenhower administration's mon monChairman
Chairman monChairman Brent Spence (1)-Ky.i
has announced that Trnmaw will
be the leadoff witness Monday
when the House Banking Commit Committee
tee Committee opens five weeks of hearings
, on unemployment. Ten governors
also svill give their views.
, '',- Spence said Truman showed
great capacity for decision and
for leadership in time of crisis"
and his advice would he "partic "particularly
ularly "particularly helpful in view of thr in indecision
decision indecision being manifested ,by the
- present administration."
Arends countered that the move
'was "nothing morenorless than
political dramatics for Democrat
propaganda purposes." He fore forecast
cast forecast it would "prove to be a poi poi,
, poi, boomerang", against the
Democrats., -t

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PARIS (UP)Britain's f1,000,000
eats and eat jnore canned
food than their, masters, -the : intPrr-
l'ederation of Agicul,-
tot Iv, .1cors said today. Thc
Ct,3 P: C; fs currently consume
t 1 r dollars' worth of canntd

A flat finish on interior wood.work is
in ,the modern' trend 1:-. loOks richer,
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ICBM Ends Need'
I:or 1-iner Planes.

Biitisher Claitns

LONDON (UP)--The develop development
ment development of intercontinental ballistic
missiles have just about ended the
need for continued, improvements
la air power,' Dr. Robert Cock Cockourn
ourn Cockourn said today
', Cockburn, controller of guided
weapons 'and electronics in the
supply nkinistry, said ground-toair
guided weapons inevitably
must take over the task of air
defense.
"The ballistic missile is cheaper
and more e,tective and there
seems iittle justification for conl
tinued refinement ',of the. winged
threttni he ,
Cockburn' spoke before thp Roy Royal'
al' Royal' Aeronautical Society., :

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rAUSTIN, Text April 11 (UP) --
Air, Force officials today' investi investigated
gated investigated the gunshot death of Maj.
Jatnei H. Doolittle Jr., son-of the
ined ten6ral 'whoo led thti,World
tell ritd on ,Tokyo.:'
The major's body was found yes yesterdaY
terdaY yesterdaY vith bullet' wound in the
right templ at lig office on Berg Bergstrom
strom Bergstrom 'Air Force Base. -A..38 pis pistol
tol pistol was on',the floor beside the,bo the,body.'
dy.' the,body.' i!
, A base public information spelt speltesman
esman speltesman said it was not known
whether, the elder Doolittle. who
is now a vice-president'and direc director
tor director o She I oa Co., would come
here., He was in Puerto Rico when
in'ormed of his son's death.
',In addition to his hther n d
mother,Doolittle, is Isurvived, by
his wife and two sons,f Eric, ton,
and lames III, 14, and a brother,j
Capt. John P. Doolittle, statio4d
at Ca'stle AFB,,Merced,
- Maj. Doolittle, who carrie4 the
rating of,,,a command pilot, com commanded
manded commanded a squadron of supersonic
F101A Voodoos.
-lie had been( in the Air Force
since 1941 and jterved overseas tor
39 months during World' War II.
He completed 50 combat missions
and was awarded the Distinguish Distinguished
ed Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Med Medal
al Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters.
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ALGIERS,' April, 11 (UP) ;- A
Russian-made automatic weapon
believed to, be the first to ,-have
shown up in' the Algerian war has
been captured from a rebel band,
French 'military officialt Said, to today;
day; today; - 4
Several boxes of Russian medic medical
al medical supplies also have been seized,
the officials said.. -
The weapon was a light.' maga-zine-fed
machinegun nicknamed
the "Puchka."i
The French said' the !Tuchka"
was captured a few days ago dur during
ing during a 'battle in the 'mountain', of
Western Algeria.
, The medical supplies', including
streptomycine ,In bottles bearins
Russian labels, were reported to
have been,captured somewhere in
eastern Algeria.
Frenth officials said they' be believed
lieved believed the medicines were part
of a shipment recently unloaded
from a Soviet ship in,Tunis and
destired for Algerian refugees in
Tunisia. ,
There was no explanation of the
possible origiM of the Russian light
machinegun..
Since the start of the Algeriar
war,' the rebels have had an as assortment
sortment assortment of foreign weapons of
various calibers and vintages.
They included arms of American,'
British, German and Czech manu manufacture.
facture. manufacture. t :

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RARE TRIP FOR 'KING
XATMANDU, Nepal (UP)
King Mahendra Bir Bikram vf
Nepal and his queen have accept accepted
ed accepted an invitation to tour the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union. This will be the first
trip to an Iron Curtain county for
the world's sole Hindu monarch.
The king's only trips in recent
years were to Ceylon, India and
Switzerland.

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GOLDEN EGG WINNER -- Frank Weishaar holds ,up the golden pgg he found at the Easter
egg hunt at, Fort Amador last Sunday atternoon.',Douglaa Kline, left, and Mary Lou Jagoe,
right, are suitably inipressed. (U.S. Army Photo)' .; , 7

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SANTA FE, (UP)---A
forgotten boundary dispute, the
oldest pending case before the
U.S. Supreme Court, today was
at last headed for a' final settle settlement.
ment. settlement.
, started alcenttiry ago when
Colorado became a 1state, and es established
tablished established a .southere boundary
along, the 37th parallel.' '
' Ten years later, a man named
Darling surveyed the linCand le.
gay fixed Ithe, boundary;:
, But several Years later, another
surveyor named Carpenter 'came
along and decided he wouldn't
follow the Darliny line.' He. tore
down, part ref the survey markers
along the 327-mile border and
substituted, his ,
.'Since then, nobody has betn,
sure exactly where the boundary
was or whether they were in-Colorado
or New Mexico.'
, New Mexico threw the question
into, the Courts with a suit
against Colorado. By 1925 the U.S.
Supreme IC ourt ordered, both
states ,to Alike another, survey, -of
the, berden ki;$4 4 a Lt,4 ;
Both states agreed to split the
cost to', Arthur I:Xi:Kidder', a sur surveyor'
veyor' surveyor' now in, his, 110's.., Colorado
paid4ts share long ,ago--and this
week New, Mexico authorizedi its
OWIt payment of $5,042 down- and
ultimately $11,392.
Atty. Gred Standley said
once the documents .are submit submitted,
ted, submitted, the court can settle the. case,
now a "mer formality, in 10 min minutes."
utes." minutes." s
Standley foresaw' no vast legal
problems but said there is a
chalice persons who thought they
had a few acres in one state mly
find it.is really1 in the other

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WASHINGTON .(VP) 'Asst.
House Republican Leader Leslie
C. Arends predicted today a
Democratic decision to get Harry
Tr Uman's testimony next week on
how to halt the recession will
"boomerang." :
Arends indicated Iepubficans
will seize the opportunity ,tti ask
Truman about a statement at attributed
tributed attributed to him in. 1950 that un unemployment
employment unemployment of three td five mil million
lion million is supportable..
The Democratic ex president
further 'tempted GOP crossfire
last night by telling newsmen
in New Haven, Conn., he would
"be doing something" about ,the
recession and not "sitting still or
playing golf' if he were back in
office. He blamed the current
slump on the Eisenhower adminis administration's
tration's administration's money policies. '
Chairman Brent Spence (Day)
announced yesterday the former
president will be the leadoff wit witness
ness witness Monday when the House
Banking Committee launches five
weeks o" hearings on unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment. Ten governors' also, will
give their views,
Spence said Truman showed 41a
great capacity for decision and
for leadership in time of crisis"
and his advice would be, "par "particularly
ticularly "particularly helpful in view -uf the
indecision being manifested 1 by
the present administration."
Arends ,retorted the move was
"nothing more nor less than pol political
itical political dramatics ,- 'for Democrat
propaganda. purposes.", He fore forecast
cast forecast it would "prove to'. be a
political boomerang" against the
Democrats. 4 '?,

After 25 Years
Woman Finds She,
Never Was Weil

GASTONIA. N.C. (UP)-- Some Sometimes,
times, Sometimes, things just don't seem
worthwhile. ,
Mrs. Lucille Shope says that:af that:after
ter that:after 25 years of marriage and 17
children she finds she, was never
legally married.
She filed suit against Charlie
Shope in Gaston County superior,
court.yesterday asking an annul annulment.
ment. annulment. She said she had learned
that Shope was already married
when she married him March, 2,
1p33.

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After'
Trouble In' Israel
',' JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector
(UP) Israeli officials yesterday
released- a New York rabbi ar arrested
rested arrested Tuesday while taking part
in an unauthorized' ultra-orthodox
religious demonstration here.
"Rabbi Zalman Relehroan, of the
Brent New York,. chairman of
the Executive Committee oi the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United -States and Canada, -was
accuseeof joining protest dem demonstration,
onstration, demonstration, against the opening of
a mixed swimming Pool-'in the'
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His son, Raphael, also of the
Bronx, and Abraham Gurewitz, of
Brooklyn, were arrested with him
and still were held. Gurewitz, a
college student in Tel Aviv, also
was charged with resisting arrest,
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"the face of true democracy can
be presented to the world."
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views. segregation problems, from
a local standpoint but belleved
they are I "bound' up in the face
we turn to the world," ,,, :
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proposed banning of nuclear tests
is "a propaganda move" but Alm
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vost marshal authorities against' ' h si ' ' ' ', s
the confiscation of 21 jeeps found Mrs. bosevelt will 'address a
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Vilianti; 4 ', '' the American Assn. for the Unit.
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an agreement which, provided for many of that particular model
pint action in such cases. He said had been 'stolen while none ever
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'1, name and Mrs. Mario Mak& en en.
. en. tertained at a dinner at the em em1.
1. em1. bassy residence for a group of
1 'friends last evening..
Duerr Heights Women ..
Feted 'At Despedide
' TheAuarry Heights Women's
Club entertained at a c flee des desredida
redida desredida Wednesday ,morning in hon
or of sis members who are leav leavIng
Ing leavIng the Isthmus. Mrs. -Louis V.
1.
Hightower, Mrs. L.I., Manley, Mrs.
G, Rlehardson, Mrs. Martin H.
, Colter, Mrs. William D. Akers,
and Zrs. Robert E. Classen were
the honored guests.
tAn .' attractive. centerpiece of
low isdora decorated' the '' coffee
'' table. Witmer of the door, prize
was Mrs. Robert Classen
Hostessea for the occasion were
Mrs. E..J. Sass, Mrs. L. M. Meier.
lad Ilr. J. 1,.. Waltz ,
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Miss-Allison Davidson
Initiated Into Sorority '
Miss Allison Davidson, daughter
ot Mr and Mrs. S. R. Davidson.
of Port Amador. Canal Zone, has
recently been initiated into Sigma
Kappa sorority at the University
of Rhode Island., -
Miss Davidson has been active
as a member of the baseball and
bowling teams and the dance Coln Colnmittee
mittee Colnmittee of the Memorial Union.
Mr.' Blvin, Mrs. Jackson
Co-Hostossos At Shower
Mrs. Kenneth L. 13ivin and Mrs
Arnold A. Jackson of Diablo
Heightt were co-hostesses Wedoes...
day evening at a baby shower held
in the Garden Room of the Tivoli
Guest House.
Mrs. Artitur-O'Donnell of Los
Rios was the onored guest Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 12 adies attended the'
affair, I,
Kobbo Officers' Club Will
Posture Lucho At Dospodida
Tbe Popular and distinctive mu music
sic music styling of Lueho and his Or Orebestraiwill
ebestraiwill Orebestraiwill be leaiiirel st a fes
tive despedida to be held at the
Kobbe Officers' WTI Men to tonight.
night. tonight. The gala bov voyate affair.
sponsored by the '6'0,4 Kolbe Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Wives' Club. will honor the
many Xobbe :Officers'. families
scheduled to leave Panama in the
next few. months, ,

Rome Homo After
Visit With Daughtor
Mrs., Mary Lee, wilo has been
visiting her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Clot, and Mrs. -William Gra Grady
dy Grady of Fort Kobbe, will leave the
Isthmus tomorrow morning. She
will fly from Tocumen Airport to
Washington, D.C. where she will
visit her son, Richard Lee, before
returning to het pome in Portland.
' While here she, visited Fort San
Lorenzo, Taboga Island, Barro Co CoLorenzo,
Lorenzo, CoLorenzo, Taboga Island, Barro Co.
lorado Island, and many other
places of interest on the Isthmus.
and wu entertained by ihany
friends of the Gradys.., :
John Catrofts '
Paronts of Son
lAr, Ind MTS. John David Cat;
announce the birth of a son,
David Bronson, on April 9 at Ven Ventura,
tura, Ventura, Calif. The Baby is their first
child and second son. Mrs. Catron
is the former Patricia Rigby -of
the Canal Zone. She attended the
Junior College here in 1954-55.
Sharing honors as grand-parents
ire Mrs., John Clifton. of Ven Ventura
tura Ventura and Mr. and Mrs, Arthur
Bronson ,Itigby of Balboa.
Sorootomistra in Colon
To Hold Lunchoon Saturday -
The monthly luncheon of Sorop Soroptomist
tomist Soroptomist International of Colon will
be held ,tornirrow Pt 10:30 at the
Cristobal Yacht Club. Mrs. Grace
Conley is accepting reservations.

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1 WASHINGTON, April 11 (UM
Assistant Secretary of State Roy
B. Ruboktom 'aid today that U U1
1 U1 nited States governtnent officials
will give "top priority" to Latin
America in efforts to, Solve inter international
national international economic problems' that
may result from the recession.
He spoke without'text at a lunch
eon ,given by the board of direc directors
tors directors of the International Federation
holding an annual meeting here.
Many of the Latin American ',a-mbassadors-
were' present. 4,
' Rubottom said that the-United
to avert disastrous declines in
prices, end he. recognized, that
piice kdetlines -effect
on budgets. ec6nemic development,
ability to Make temittances,' and
other r Sturer of tLatin American
economy ; .,
,
, Referring to, his recent 'attend 'attendance
ance 'attendance at meeting of husines0
men's advisory 'committee for La Latin
tin Latin ,America which counsels for
government, Rubottom said that
he had found unanimous opinion
mom, busingsmen of ;the' need t
face ,the problem of price to' de declines,
clines, declines, and work out mutually sa satisfactory
tisfactory satisfactory solutions with Latin Am American
erican American countries. -
' "We tannot expect.' tw prosper
In the United States unless Latin
kmerica prospers," he said. "Dur
happiness and well-being depends
upon- the happiness and well-being
of our Latin American friends."

Philadelnhia Banker

J
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In Latin

PHILADELPHIA, April 11 (UP)
--A prominent Philadelphia bank banker
er banker who recently returned from a
six-week tour of South America
has described Latin America as
"facing a', dollar s crisis" that as
jeopardizing the United s States'
almost four-billion dollar export
market there.
frederic' A.: Potts, president of
the Philadelphia National Bank,
said "the problem is so critical
that Colombia has sent a delega delegation
tion delegation to this country to discuss the
situation with business and gov government
ernment government leaders."
- Potts ;aid the dollar position of
Latin American countries is, cri-,
tical end has been gr Ovine steadi steadily
ly steadily rime for over a year. The only
two countries not affected by this
crisis. he said, were Venezuela
and Cuba:
The banker said the crisis could
be traced to peveral factors, in including
cluding including Ithe businesa recession in
the United States and being caught
In the middle of a rise in prices of
items they buy and a drop in pric.1
es of itsms they sell.
Potts emphasized that, with. the
exception of Argentina, Latin Am-I

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' If you play mIcli "e venin g
bridge" you'll recognize these cou courplesThe
rplesThe courplesThe 471art end wi e who can
never get together on their bid bidding.
ding. bidding. (Do yousuppose they ever
get together on any other deci decisions
sions decisions they have to Ariake as- a
couple?)
' The husband who can't accept
his wife as his equal partner even
for the length of a bridge game
and is always telling her patiently
how she should-have bid or played
a hand. (He prob,bly bossea the
show at home, too.)
The wife who has meinorized
her favorite bridge expert's latest
book and quotes its rules and re regulation;
gulation; regulation; to her husband, ,-, who
plays a better hand by ear than
she plays following the rules as
though they were laws. (She pro probably
bably probably has the upper hand at home
when there's a decision be made
regarding the children. For she is
sure 'to be ,able to quote a child

EET 11111 3 ''
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Each notice for Inclusion in skis
should be submitted
ryge,.yrrittoo loom and mailed oil
the box number listed daily in So Social
cial Social and Othonvise," or delivered
by lipid to the office. Notices et
meetings vaguer be accepted by
toirphene,
Curundu Women's Club
Will Hold Luncheon ,
The Curundu Women's Club will
hold its regular spring gnu usl
luncheon next Wednesday at Hie
Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
Houle. Members who wish to
make reservations ere asked to'
contact Mrs. Melinda Bembenek
st 83-6238 or Mrs. 'Betty Sheffield
at 83-5224 before Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. '3

ericai countries were closely tied
to the e;,ortomy pf the V 1,t e d
States, ,

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authority with the parrotlike pre precision
cision precision with which she quotes p
bridge expert.)
CAN'T STAND SECOND PLACE
The husband who will bid on
nothing because he can't bear to
see his opponents ever get a
bid. (He probiably has to wip every
argument at home, too.)
The couple who are all smiles
when they get cards and the breaks
hut start snarling st each other
when they get set. (Bet they start
blaming each. other when things
go wrong at home, too.- ,' .--
- And then there's the couple who
never call attention to each other's.
mistakes, who can hold poor hands
all evening and still enjoY the game
who enjoy, winning but don't get
disgusted when they lose. (You're
pretty sure they're happily mar.
ried,and likely to stay that way )
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MAX5 FRIENDS

,01i1000I00 Poo-, w-7'w I
IP vyou .are eating alone In a
restaurant, don't sit and stare at
the people at other tables. o 0
ma)? may, wtdching them, IN.
they won't enjoy watched.
,, It's rode,o of ;mole, :to stare.

' TITO HOSTS VOROSHILOIr
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia VP)
--President Tito's government an announced
nounced announced Wednesday tha Soviet
President Sliment Vorostulov will
make a state visit her, neXt
month. ,

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The current issue of The In Instructor,
structor, Instructor, a magazine for ele elementary
mentary elementary teachers, just receiv received
ed received on the Isthmus, features
"The First Bock Of The Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal", in its list of neW
books recommended to teachersi
lor classroom use.

rznama's center for fine international cuisine
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This ntw children's book was
wrItten by a local author, Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Markun of B a lb oa
Heights. The publication date
of the book at bookstcres in the
United Btates will De April 15.
On that day here, coinciding
with the publication date, the
Canal Zone Branch of the Na National
tional National League of American Pen
Women will introduce the book
to the isthmian public at an
autographing party at the 110.-
tel Tivoli from 4 to p.m.
Invitations to the event were
issued yesterday. in connecti9a
with The Instructor magazine's
recommenda t 1 o n, invitations
have been tendered to elemen elementary
tary elementary and ,- junior high school
teAchers on the Isthmus. Canal
Ztne school children study the
Panama Canal ln their social.
studies program. -in line with
The Instructor's recommenda recommendation,
tion, recommendation, the new book is expected
le Provide -information. inter,
eptingly presented, for children
from six tto twekte.

. 4 Le 4 an oi vuuctElt (gAigar
iklan fast Learning Hoover, Narcotics Commissioner
Secrels' Of litter!
Harry J. Anslinger; and Immigra Immigra,
, Immigra, tion Commissioner Joseph 14,T.
41 Sw;nnfierson Said tt WOO Cleettild tO
' concentrate en .100 underworld fie fie441
441 fie441 Jood
ot Wen WenOt$ea$e
Ot$ea$e WenOt$ea$e Problems wUroersk bgec4euistfe",itlI' ew n
, - tify anv of the criminals, but, SAW
NEw.,yoRK. (17y) man haF el sifting of names already bad

" ,..4 i vr ) man naF
learned more In the last10 years
about what makes him 'lick
than di,cing all rPcorded history
i Pit tty'll her. the American Heart
Association reported yesterdaYt
In its 10th '' anniv xsary report,
titled "The first ecade,1 the
association laid, t at there not
torneirtnlbeanst ,netenha,;arr;v4oilusetioo; insintrh;
thil)
1047 but also-A revolution, in pon pontaar
taar pontaar attitudest awilTd fieart a I I Imentst
mentst Imentst ' ''t 2
,
, "No longer is a diagnosis of
heart disease viewed as a lien.
tence to permanent invalidism or
(IPtith," the alsociation said' "Itr "Itrstead,
stead, "Itrstead, it ham become a challenge
to be met and conquered
v ; .,-, ,,, i ss;
,
' The report, cited t advances In
heart surgery. abilitv, to Prevent
,post recurrences of rhPuma to,
fever and wreath, Improved treat treatment
ment treatment 'of -high blood presstfre "r1
ivnprq 01,, nu sst &taint k gains tif
the, lair 10' yiars ,,,v es,,-,,,-,,,s,r4
, 4 ,,, ..1 ,,IA 'Ti' 'h4i,414-1-1,
'' Tivoli and other gains were ,at ,attribi
tribi ,attribi to l to ,the partnership of
physi' isma and' the: Public- ,t h a t
was created when the American
IlePrt Association was trans.
formed from a small, professional
society' 'to a otoluntary health
agency in 19411. ,.! .,, -,.. ,.,
- Among the achievements of the
partnership,- according to the re.,
port, have been a $31--million re-,
search program, the development
of rehabilitation Programa to rt
turn -,cardiac victims, ,to usetul
lives,, the organization of hcart
clinics and other services, school
health programs and courseS in
simplified housework for women
with heart disease ,, ,,,,,', ,,

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WASHINGTON a'P)The Jus Justice
tice Justice Depart ment yesterday
launched a nationwide crackdown
on the country's 100 ten racket-,
cers with FBI and narcotics
agents among the top crime
busters.
Attorney General William P
Rogers announced that the long longhorpided
horpided longhorpided drive would be in charge
of Asst. Atty. Gen. Malcolm An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, recently anmed head of
the department's criminal d v
sion. I
Anderson's richt hand man in 1
pursuit of underworld figures will
be Milton Wessel, New York City
lawyer, who recently became Ar Arderson's
derson's Arderson's special assistan.: Wessel
s,rved as Assivtant XS Attorney
in New tiYork from 1953 to 1957,
The Champaign appeared to be,
sot.; of an extended version of
the FI3I's "10 most wantel list
excep'z that the big racketeers
must first be investigated before
charges can be presented, tp
grand jury as Warranted
Joining in the tnvestination and
Pooling information already at
h will be the FBI. the Nar Narcotics
cotics Narcotics Bureau, the Immivatioti
Service end the Justice Derr Derrment
ment Derrment itself, The data will be sift sifted
ed sifted by department attorneys, for
possible prosecutions:,
Rogers said the t campaign re
fleeted, the' "thinking of such ex expertr
pertr expertr asTBI Director 1,Edgar

Harry J. Ansliotter; and Immigra Immigration
tion Immigration Commissioner Joseph ItT.
Swing '
Anderson Said It was decidld to
concentrate 9;1.100 underworld fig figures
ures figures because it was 441 good
working figure': dirt not iden identify
tify identify anv of the criminals, but, said
th sifting of names already had
atarted.
some of the underworld targets'
already, have ,served prison seri.

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tences, he said, and some have
escaped conviction.
Anderson said the Justice De Department
partment Department would be the focal poi.,
of the drive. Wessel will head a
special ,New York City squad be because
cause because of the large concentration
of crime in the- nation's biggest
city.
The Justice Department de
clined to permit pictures of Woo
sel, who was in the capital when 1
the anti crime drive was an
nounced.
Rogers has said in the past that ',
he intended to launch a big cam- -''
paign to track down criminala he
felt were ircreasing ttrir. rower
by taking' over some labor un
ions and invading the' field el
legitimate business
- As part of the drive, the
will invegtinate federli en in:e
atate 'Primes ''svithin 'its jurisdie jurisdietion.
tion. jurisdietion. Inte entenery
wonle be violations of the 'anti.
,AS pro,' tioeo.4
veining ehornetion of inatice. es- i
tertion sul bteratate fraud by .;
In additton.' the FAT bati.s long
standing lialt,on. with local notice.,
through ifs. Noton5t Pnitee Acad.
emy .and Fl3I laboratory which'
will be used esteecively for' in
vostigatinns ,
The Treasury- Department's -'
various', investigative itgencies
also will enonerate. Rover said
'many offens-ea committed bv
rackclegrs f211-. wiihIn the author, t
h' of Jilt' Narcotic, Moreau,' the 2
Secret Service and the :Internal
govetute Service-
He also Said the Justice' De 7,
pprtment W01114 urge Congress to -.;
act promptly on ,sitch pronosed t
legislation pa ,'n ,bill ; to hrovien
the bye barrinf the inter,oRte
trpov-ortation of gambling ma.'
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A .,,,,, ar. MP 5 W at home, too l when they get set. (Bet they st rt
1 Two new Ambassadors to Penal Miss Allison Daalots011, daughter ., mule nere sne, visite(' r ort. Oda -hoThe
wife who has meinorized blaming each. other when things
1- Women will introduce the book derson's special assistan't Wessel by taking' over some labor u ',,,, 1
to the isthmian public at an s'rv-ed ss Assietant XS Attorney ions and invedioe th
I i nia resented their eredentials to ot Mr and Mrs. S. R. Davidson. Lorenzo, Taboga Island, BBarro Cce-
renzo, Taboga Island, arro o- her favorite bridge expert's latest go wrong at home, too.- .- e le o
President Ernesto de la Guardia, of Fort Amador. Canal Zone, has
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- Jr. yesterday morning. recently been initiated into Sigma
' At 0:30 the president received Kappa sorority at the University e
lorado Island, and many other book and quotes its rules and re- ' : :.
1 a" I nterest on the Isthmus.
P ad e 9 1 entertatned : by dianY la 's lib
General Gabriel Briceho. Pacheco of Rhode Island., -2 ; -- al? .1,sra'est d - gulation to h h b d h A d the th r ' th ou 1 wh
er us an w o n n e e e p sntographing party at the fle- in New ',York from 1953 to 1957. legitimate' business ".- ,..- ,.'
tel Tivoli' from 4 to D p.m. The "Champaign appeared to be, t..,,, -,- ,, ,-,-,,T,'", ,,,,-
e e el I it ti t t were
etter hand by ear than never call attention to each other s na a ons 0 the even
Ph Y la I II th I i t k h h Iti h d 1 d t d
',.. frienas me Ira Ys-... ". -:- ,, ,, s e p ays o owing e ru ee- asi m s a es, w o can o poor an s ssee yes er ay. In cunnecti n
,
sort of an extended version -' pfl As' 'pert of -the" drive-, the FRI;- '
the FBI's "10 most wanted"' list will investleate federel er ,Iv.se- 4
" of Venezuela and at 10:30 he re- Miss Davidson. has been active ,: ,,,. i 9, except that the big racketeers etate 'crimes -.within 'its jurisdi-" i
t, --,,--, -, ,, - .- though they were laWS (Sh pro-1 11 evening and still enloY the game with The Instructo
' calved the new Ambassador from as a member of the baseball and
john' Catrehs- ' ; ',--..,7.-'''':. bably has the up er hand atehome who n0 winnin but don't get recommenda t 1 0 n,r ralz rile s must first be investigated before tion. ir-lan,w-t,t4. thta, r-steefor-e , I
Colombia, Dr. Rafael R 9 C h a bowling teams and the dance CP01-,1 eddY' h thg 1 (1( have b e t d d t 171 at "Is charges Can be 'presented, tp a woeld be violation, of the fon,
f S n '''',' '' -"- whe there's d P i tb b a d
Parents, o o n a eels on e ma e isgus w en ey ose. ou re e n en ere 0 elenien
- ittee of the Memorial Union grand jurr as liartatIted "- 7 I' ' .1.
'd C t;
EchlosS- ',.: : m-, . .. Mr. Ind MTS. John Davi a regardmg the children. For she is pretty sure they're happily mar- tary and :- junior high -school - ,,, l''''''" rfr "s r'". PA 140.001 llo ".' t
t011
'' 'I' .. ..' '''' In- ''''''' ''' ; ''n ...1 k 0 ;... 7- ''', announce 'the bhth; of :s : sure to be ,able to quote a child iied and likely to stay that way ) teachers on the Isthmus. Canal 1 i
Joining n the thvestleation and volnieg obrnefo of i ti '' i" I
1 0 toa CP. Pa -.
Italian Ambassador --,. , Mr. Wm, Mrs. ac s n ,.
D d Bronson, on April 9 at Ven- ----- , ,, Pool ng nformation already at te,-tion end i
, avi Ztne school children t d tn tWerstate fraud by '" "I 4
, a u Y e b id will be the 'FBI. the Nar '' ' 1
- wire. ., ,:: ...- ,,, -.,-- ., e
t Entertains At Dinner .:, ( comostossos As shower .
tura, Calif." The Baby is their first : ,
. ,, ----k , rename Canal in their social: oouos B
t ' The ,Ambassador of Italy in Ps- -Mrs. Kenneth L Blvin end:Mrs
child and second son. Mrs., Catron lt 2 1 i tudies program -In line with ureau;" the ; Immieration In edditmn.''th FAT hatO I :
e e ong
'''-1, name and Mrs. Merio Mak& en- Mmold A. Jackson of : Diablo ,s 0
th former-, Patricia Rigby -of 7 ,,, I .7A, astA n' The. Instruetor's. r c ends.. Service and the Justice Depir'- standing Helene.-- with Inca! notire s
, tertained at s' dinner:et the em- Heights were co-hostesses Wednes-, 1
the Canal Zone'. She attended the 4,A' , ,..
' tion, the new bookei:Mm t
men, itself. The data will be sift-' thrOugh Ws' N'tte154 Pnliee Aeld- 4
,expected ed by department,. attorneys, for emy and F131 laboratory which :''..
I, bassy residence for a group of day evening at a baby shower held
Junior College -, here in :1954-55. ifee-,. .,. .... 1 MAK5 FRIENDS to provide informetioni Inter,
in the Garden Room of the Tivoli
t Mends last evening.i . ,. .,
i grand parents ,,,- - - -.....-,, .. ,.
Sharing nonors as II ., .- -..,-------.--- ... estingly presented, for c'hildren
. possible prosecuti ,,, ,,
.01)S' 'II' will be
, used extencively for in. '
' ' ' ......"".". . Guest House ,' - t
' ere Mrs., John H. Cotron: of Ven- Gil
- from six to twehe -- :,, Rogers said the k campaign re vectigatinns ,, '. ;.. 7
.. Quarri Heights Women. .,. ,,,, .,, . ., ...
tura and Mr.. and Mrs, Arthur , ..., ,.,: ,. 7, ,, ,: , ,, -: -, fleeted the' "thinkine of such' ex- The Treasury Dep rt t' ''
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' Fittod likt Oespedida -' ; ,. Mrs. Arther. O'Donnell of Los
Br00800 Rig y o a .-
b 1 B lboa ' .,''' '-' '" '- '- ''''-' .., r .. , : ,, , perte as,- FBI Director 1 Edgar venom,. ,- investigative : geencies '
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'f' The: 'Quarry Heights Women's Rios was the 'onored 'guest. Ap- , , .., : Each 'ootioo f of inclusion in ow ,,., ,. lir ': Man fast-tearn;ng oover, Narcotics ,Conemissioner,also will coonerate.' ;lovers' said ; ,;,, 4
,' Club entertained at a c glee des- proximately 12 adies,attended, the, sorsptomists in colon . celoome should be submitted le -. , Harry J. Anslinger; and Immigra- 'many offeneett committed by ble ,,
. redid& Wednesday ,morning ill hon affair; ' I, ;- ',, ,. ..,,, '", Te Held -Luncheon Saturday .' - onn.nroten hum and mano4 es .. )t 11 4-- yo ,4., et ..., ,.... ... , ..;'. -' tioe, Cemmissioner Joseph M. reekrteoes f211- wiihin the anther, t-
Or of six ,members who are leay- : . .
he monthly luncheon of Sorop- the boa number listed daily in So- ,i iil i '''v, ( )ecreis 011-11Part- :' SWing ' ';' ' d' I .-; ' d ' r:v of the Narcotics 41ureau,. the '1
Lo is V K bb freers' Club Will , T
' 'mg the Isthmus. Mrs. u a to 1 1 f c 1 tjj cod and Other or delivered .1 iii 1 ,, f A
, tomist Internationa o 0 on w, so i 1 tk, ,,... .. .. .. 4! ,..,.'. Anderson Sal, t Wa5 oCidld tO Secret Service and : the :internal ., .,
Hightower, Mrs.- L.I., Manley, Mrs. Feature Luche At Despedida
be held ,toenerrow et -11:30 at the by tang to the Mika. Notices lit -r- 11, 11 ". it ., , f .s. concentrate 01.100 underworld fig- goventle Service- -7 .:. -'7 ''.
G Itlehardson Mrs Martin H. The Popular and distinctive mu muCri
Cri muCri tobal Yacht Club Mrs. Grace meetings cannot be accepted by .- 11 k:, J.. tre Utsea$e Problems : tires because it was 'a good He aleo said the Justice- De -, ,- t
' d his Or Or,
, Or, Colter, Mrs. William D. ',Akers, sic styling of Lueho an s telt hens ,,' .'' ,, .,
P Conley is accepting reservations. P , . -41aao'', ' working figure", He Old not iden- pertment VrOnIff Urge COnlrel 1 f
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and Zrs. Robert E. Classen were chestraiwill be featiirel et a xeli- ,., ' ' Cu'i!ontlu' 'W '' ''. 1 s' '' '
omen s Club ;',,, eseeteemeggeogseet, ,, , --:, -. .,. -,,,,.. tify any of the criminals, but, said act Promptly on '-slich ,, pronoqed t i.
tits-, PI A ('' ; NEW ton
' the honored guests.:',.- ' five despedida to be held at the' , ,, ,. ; ''. ...,-,-- l (UP ',- lian has ,t111 sifting of names, already bad leeisl'ation pe ,' a ', bill ; to broaden :
he, i Ho 'Luncheon ,-, , ., '
' l'a J ' W.II Id ' learned more in the I s
, to to,
, to, t An attractive. centerpiece of Kobbe Officers' OPen Mess 11
1 111)010"1 Ple u wi
' "111U3 The Curundu Women'e CI b 11 IF -you .are eating alone In a oh t h forted , : ,' ..1 i ck .. t
,a t10 years 1- -... i ,. ,,-, the aw herring ,the Inter, ete,,,...
, low, isdore decorated ': the ', coffee night. The gala boy voyage affair. ,,, ., ..
.- hold its regular spring a o a u a 1 restaurant don't sit and stare at th.ao
ou w at makes : him ,:lick ', Some of the ,underworld targets' trereeortation of gamblin ma."
al' d d h' I d h d 1 hi g
'' table. Winner of the door: prize sponsored by the 7 ,4 linline Of- 1') 1 I ., r
. luncheon next Wednesday et the the people at other tables. ,:y 0 0 dering i recor e istory a reit y ave ,,eerve prison sen- c nes.. ' - a
Pit teell 'ler. the Ame Ica H 't ' ' i -.4., ;., ., , e ',. ,,-.' 'f ,it,
was Mrs. Robert Classen ,r ficers' Wives' Club. will honor the peftpl ip A a 3 in
V 1.,P III "' Fern, Room of the Tivoli Guest ,m,11)' Mott, wetching, them, bu t d r 11 ear . . . ---:-",
- Hostessee for the occasion were many Xobbe :4Offleerle, families 11 ly1 t 1 4ssoelation repor e yesterdayt, , -- : -,, 'L" k L '
' '-' : -. House." Members who w i a b ,-to IlleY won' enjoy ,being watched- In its 10th it
'Mrs. It J. Sass, Mrs. L. M. Meier.. scheduled to leave Penenia in the t ', ,- i. a It's rilde,0 01 OUrset ,1!) stars Iit WI d neitvhifeary report, ". 4'4)1 is-r-11 Pil '14" ''' 'I"' ''
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make' reservation' s are d
aske ,to , e The first ec-ode," the -,. 1 T 4C ,mt 4( 1 "- 144,,
lad lir, J. I,: Waltz : next few. months, : . '. '''''' ftmerIcan Problems w .,,, ,,.
' contact Mrs.: Melinda Bembenek anYans" '4,-':'-, -- : -J.'', ', -- ..., essociation laid t th k' lir Ir
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, -.. .. ,, -- -. i , : ,, at 83-6236 or Mrs. 'Betty- Sheffield ,.'" onlY has 'tee a: revolutiop" tn tho ,,: t,.:.--- ''',. -.-:;' ,- '',',.-.. ,.,,- ',',(.- ','" ': ,-- ,?,
TITO HOSTS VOROSHILOt
-- W- - .1. a ''' WASHINGTON, Aprils It' (UP)-'-- at 83-5224 :, before Monday after- :' b 1 : tre.treent of heart 'disease sine - , '-- ': ; -:7 .!.''.. 't 't ':"..? ).-. ''''.:;.'''. '-': '' e. s' i'"'''' ;. 1 k
. . ,,,, ;BELGRA E, Yugos aid; a P) e ' : ke 1 ..... t-
'; ''-' '''' 'tine Workmanship' In ,, ,. Assistant Secretary or State ROY noon. ',-..-- , .!. .. .. ,. , ...
President. Tito's government an- 1947 but elso; ,reveletimi, in pon- - , -'' '' 4 .-- Fresh (xi all :
. - B. Ruboitom 'aid today : that II- -, Illar attitud w
- , -.: , nounced -, Wednesday: ,that : Soviet OA 0.. Ifd ,Ileart. it 11- t , -'.-. .1... 4 .. .2 ,,.., ,.. I,. .. -' ,,,...
... 'L, 0 : U P HOLST ER .- --::;, , .
lilted, States goyerntnent officials e , .. es .
I fed p 'd t Sliment Vorosluloi, will mentst .. i, .. .. ..
man couniri were close y 1 resi en , : ' ' ,.' .
3. '' -'1. -:,-:,- .i ':' OfliattOre '. :-, -4
, , .. ,''' .. will give '"top priority"' to Latin to tbe egonomy of the U n 1 t e d make 1 a ;tate 'visit here next '' "" '' ; ' ''' ''
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,, ..., America, in efforts to, Solve inter- - - ., !. ,. .- ,"Ne longer is '' a diagn ..". f 4 ..' 7' '' ' ,C..'.".1 ''' '... : 3' '''.. '''''-''' '')-
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. ....,,, ,,., .., i, .,.. ,, ., ,,,,, ,., ,.... na lona economic pro ems , , .., , .. ... : ..
States moni,n : ,, - : ',. osi n ;
t 1 bl that ' 1 ', : '-- -!' , - I : : heart disease viewed as aasenv -'' '' '' : 11' ' --1i-e' -' --: ,' 0" ',I- 1 :",. ',
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4 .. : .. I may result :leom 'the recession.,,,,, tence to eermanent invitlitilem er -' '" - -Se" .: I!,, ,, .. .,., ,oj', 7.1' .i' ', .1-.:, .-
1 f:' .1' ' Dealers in KIRSCH : ; h .. , ,
- He spoke withouttext at a lunch ( ,- ... ,, -. .. ... (11,11th,lf- the easociation SPIV 'Tr- '1' ,''''' '''' 'N., '' '.',.' ,,w-; ,, 1' ',.' :-'-''' ,'
', A'l 4' Cutto-tneasure,TRAVERSE RODS. -t ,. ,L,..
..,.' eon given by the board of diree- . . , -. 1. ,, .: ,, !deed. it bee become a .challenge -, s' .- IA ' -'
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,: -. ,,- tors of the Internafional Federation ; i... ,. .- ,. . .., ;,- ,..,.. ,, to, be met and -cenquered .'', ,,' ".: t? tit ..,-,, :.: ft 0 liti ,L. '' 4 ''' '''
' . '''' '''. .. .. :. 1 &TRACKS.'" -- '- ...
' :44'' 't ; ; .; an ,. ii .. ,.,,.., f holding an annual meeting :, here. ,,, .... ,-, :,.. r---.4-1 .., ..,,, -. ., ,,,.., .--, .- ., ,-, .,,, ., ,,, ,-, mix, ,,...f..,, ,.!,:, t,,,., ,.. ..;s i
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'.... 4,-, .. .. , .1 -, ., ...., 3 ..,:;, ...-; Many of the- Latin,American :,ein- .. ., .;'. 1,) ', -I ,, -, I. ,' ,:' ,- -",, ;The repori cited advanees in '...., .... te .,;.,,,,.... .04, $ e,',',-.;01- ,,, ''''',' ..,-' ''
L : 11 l ": 'I'r ''':' I) eta T a c l'o n,e's .,;,',;-,?:i;, .1)assaders-were' present.-,,,,,,,'-i ,' '.,.:.. -'.! l'''' -- -L.,' ., heart ,surgery abilitv' to Prey t ; t : ,,', t ill e e ,, ',I r. ,,,-)t,i'lq c- ,..i -.!1 ?,1 I
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i ,i -, - i., 4 :4 Nv .:, , ,.: -:',.. BlibOttOrn -. said that 'the, :United i, ': '; I', -1 1 4 4 ',',.-', --- ?... ,.: most ", reeiirrenOes: of ',' rheumotio ),.., 1, ..-"I '"' ,, li 1-',1,ir '..,'... ;1,.7.,. ..., ,Av-iir L ,,i (1
...... ,,,.,....- 1,,,, ,, ,,,, i- : A ,- evert' disastrous f declines,,-, in .. :. ,, ,, ., ea, ,-, ... 4 ,,.,, 4-;,,-, ,.,,,', fever and greatly improved treat- .. : '''', v-: - ": ',.t---.': '': ' ''''' ' '1
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' ---"'"""1.-1- -', w ( I ( 4.. -.-0..n."- pikes end he". recognized. t h a t :. .' ','.',"' '.' ' "' 4:' '"' .4 ; ''. ', , N., ...:0 ,,. ,i,,,
.1, men .. d A e, 4 :
t ;of 'high, ; blood' nressbre 1,4) "1 '17. '' .' ' ". ''' v '
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-- ,..,- pilot 'deblineS -Woulti hare 'effects 77-1,, ii. i-: ?In.., iemon't4-'thn,,nusotinidinipkgaing el r, eV; f't: i'..htit)f t fl-fil es-,e1.-141; -to ,, li : fl v. i t f ',' r ,,
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,..0 ; i:-. it on budgete. ec6namie development, ,' I ) 4-"I 1....- 1-i,,1,,,,, tito, lait'10' YOara :'-g cv,--1-rri.,,,,, luer 441C441.f. 4 tlij)FT I, ',7!,-- 4 ',. 11,0
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' "".,. -' '' I ; ' -. ' :, re, -1- ability to Make temittances,' and -,... , ,, .,,,, .. 4 ;., "v. .... 0 :VA'',II :h,',.i, 414,11, ..: ,' .: ' '''. r '
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' . f:'::' No, 5 Via Esparla,r-y7e1A-1947...-:., ,.,, other f'... ttures :, of tLatin American (4 . -, ''' 'Theo and other gains were,st- ';';'''''---:---;:--- ''.''
, economy, I., ,,,,s ': "''', ,,l-... ',.....4'. ',",.;', r ,. -
'' 0 00 !, tribi Lel-- to: ,the ', partnership - of .---. --
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- :,- - . ., , , , ... ',. : ...; ", :- .:-.,,.-,-,-', :. ,'. -- :, ... ..1 ., - -. -, -., l; L': phYst,,,lant and ....the: nublic- ,t'h a t 17 ' :. 7 -v- I '' I

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,. Referring' to, his 'recent '''attend ."- . - ''' was created : when the American -,-B Y''' '' '''d'''''-''''. '' .."-.. ''. '
- 8;,,,..,-, ,,, ,. ,, ..... ,, ,,,. 4 ance at a meeting' of business-1 .,.,, .' HePrt Association was trans. s., e alma,: an .,. s:.- ,,-, ,:,(- ,- ... ,, , ,!.
- ,,,r, --' ,- -- ',' .-.' t .---,,' '..., : ',' '. men's advisory 'committee for La- '1'""----n .... , ,, ,. . ,,,., formed from a small- professional ,,,,. ;,: v, -,11- 'do r'", , t ,,, .,- ',.. --.- , .'..,,, ; .s., :.:
,..." '''''.: .t.'. ' .. .": I : '' '. ..'' 1. ; ''' ', '' .' tin America which counsels ,s" for ,, ,,, ;..) "' ' -; society' -to a voluntary health
' - .4 ' ' p '' , .. . 1 ''' ... ' government, Itubottom,said that ,A Ala ''' agency in -1941... ,..., .,, -., ..,-. ,. ,- ,-, .., ,--, P111 I 11
1,14,,141-1, 44, ,,-., -; ,,,,,., ,...., .! 0'1
iquiscio mum ,d,Ille JUNIOR ammt ,, ,, . ......, , ,,, ,- ..., t ,9 t , : ,,,, I' ; '. ;
' 6 6 '...... : ' ' ' he. hast found unanimous. opinion ,j,
etnots of the A, s : ..-, ; ,, ; ,s,,,, ,,,.- ,,, ,, : '' -" '' .-.
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fo 4' : i ....."1" -----''' ''' s : molly busirwqmen' of the', need t
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1 1 "---- '' -, face the problem, of price to.de- .ile iH7.''' ; ..; :Ulla:: III SIPS:Wel. hil iti lb ; :', ; ft''''''''-' - -7. ; .' 1 f".ruTlIks,ev'tosa adlialbil ads ',' is'. ;bArril'en;:thitph,e' naceeboired'vl en ing
:, 1 turn -,cardiac :victims, ,to useful j ',
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,,,, recely'e-d''''':::::.. ''': clines, and work out mutually sa- tt 141 Rd vitamin from , tati 't...,1 and smooth pvil. port, have been a $31,--million re- .. ,.., - ...,-..'w i .., .. ,, ,'"4-----',', -1-. --,,' --- -- ., -', .
' itaftetory solutions with Latin Am- t ',-;141,1 11,4,4 pure tempt, MOO I 0196 gr. IteSt ft". ,. search program, the development , ..- .,, .,..,.. ,,:,. ,. ,. ... ,,,,,,,., ,,,:.: ,.,,.., ,,;
'-'''s ';1-1,--''' i -- ' -, erican countries. s -,--,,, -;. ,,,.,,, ., , , -Iwo sido, bobims..,
, I :' Of rehabilitation programa to rt ,- s , .....
. .; "We tannot' expect-10-, prosper J-: - -- '" -, ':-', '' "'''. -', ,- "!.. ', .- ,''. lives,, the organization of hart -s ,. ,D. ,-
" I 4, 1 '' -- .- ''.. lri the United States Unless Latin -., , i . - , .. .- clinics and other services, school -' '-- ..7 7 '..''.. s ' :'''''''. ." ' ' '' ' .-', ..!. :, 4)
l' ; ( ,i0 -,N, : ,,. -, 1- , '', ,f- i '-- kmericao pronspewrieiiheensaid; "Doidirs ., ,. , ., .- koalth programs and courses ; in ..-., ., ,... 4-.; 4.; , .- ,,,,,, m,..,...., .,...,, , -.,
1.9,;9. ss, ... ,,, ; ..t ,,.'. t hap s a d bilgd , , simplified housework for women f. ,' Lomplete assortment: ,,' r' '-' '' '"
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;: 11 e' '' '' '.' -'''' :.; '' '' ' ' upon- the happiness and well-being "", :. 1 '"7- ;.,- ','' .'- ''.,,,,'.', '.. ,',- ...., f with heart disease ,, ', 't,,,., ,,. -, ,,,, '-'
1 1 i -; t : ,, ', '.. ..- '. of our Latin ,American friends." - ,,,,. ..
f 1 JUNI011 hilAlsk ,,e , ; i , ,,,,.,, ., .,,,,. , of cosmetic and Beaulya ,-'. :-- ..- - -, ,,i
;I' 1 i L v , ...-- oo ,.., -,-.,-0- 1404,44414 isaas, ,,,., .... ., ".. , ' -:', .. ', ... -,- '; producth v ,,,, , , t
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' Phila elnn a Banxer -:. - -.,-, ,,,,, at a all' : w.".td. -1-- di -;''-''''''' ': ''''' ":'''''''' ''''."' ''''' '''''''''"---:---7-1- -' -'''''''''''-;-,' ----,-&-dd' ,d '''''- -V;
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i:! , New Shipment of Shoes for r boys ',. '.- In Latin -America iit -,. - ie
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. 1, '' c .--' ' Merchandise.'--No seconds) --,' ', ', ,,. er who recently returried from a ORANGE ,s,. ,
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, i ..' ',..- , .. , ., ,., . . ,- stx,,wook tour of s south America --..,...- it hes Vitamin C ..; ,':!r, amPalualiCtsimigpli: ,,- 't: 2 l': 4. ii:le 1-.1:0,1:4,,...:., 1 .:. ;', '1,1::: iz..,I ,;::. :, -12A--N.A
,, , ., has described Latin America as 7, , bobs' swish diallY ';' ', ,dieskeyfer,,,1. Xigio,.., i'",4..... , 9. '. .'. ' ' k 2
! 1 ' .' ' 1 '' ,' ' ". ' :. "facing a dollar s crisis" t,hat as
' I ' : '; - ''' ''' ' '' '' ''' '' -I ''- ' ' d. th II it d St te 1 114 .; Air"Illan.......'""11:" ',' 4 -ea( sane. They're k."
, jeopar ming e. n e ., a 3 , 5C
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almost fouebillion dollar export p.m!, Pall --- ," i.,,,,, 'lc"' k Ido19 meesdi 0, 9 , 7'1 , ; ,, ,,,, . ., . ,
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A ND A market there,. '1; wee 4:1011119rl ele'llNI ., ., aertood mood. , t t . . J , , 04'.
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, -, - - .. id 11the roblem is so critical ,' ' ' '' t
,, too. 40, -44 St. Bella Vista -,, Phone 3-1258 t at Colombia has sent a delega- -' , ...,. -. i ; ,., .., , '' ., 2" , Is' 41
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' ' ' ' ' '" ''" tion to, this .country to discuss the 1 -- 7 .... - . '-
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', (Wei during noon hour& Ample larking Space,
situation with business and gov- r E R Q :' ,: ;, :' ': NT1
i' .0, 00 ernment leaders. , iv' At.e. -' '
1 Itilleihl 11$ ISO '.1111AINIO FOODt dr 1' rs'rVu,',I;;;)1' ' ' VII, I ,, 0D
,, ,,,,,...,..;:,....:,:.:,.,..,.,....,.,,,,, ., .,.. ,:, ,....., ,.,,, pott, paid the dollar position of rt, "A ,, -,. - 4 :t 4
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' !Agin, American countries ,is, cri- ,,, ,. ",,
:,-7,..,- Nauflablimi, testy ,' , pro,9,- I 1..., ,..,, ,,,, ,p. , ... ,,. . U. U, ..,, ;. .
, ., , , ,. , tical and has been, gr Sling steadi- .2 1 00111 tIdo -- ''' .4: ;,essitsbles, fruits,' ''A'' 71 A.1','',"'il' N''...;;-;',7: ,0 ,, -3,,,, -3,.. t. .3 ; ,,, '" -,,,24,-;,, ,,,',,,,T, 4;,' 4 44 .... 4 .' ; 4'4' '...; S'
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. .' '. .'. ly worse for over a year. The only ----,-,..,:- awl The her' dd,,L': pvdslinos9 OuP1 i ''4;M 1r --- i 1 ' .9,. .
- .. two countries' not affected by this 'd'AIr lima bowls le II 7 'w- 1 1
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'; ''' '"' crisis. 'he said, were Venezuela 1 74,111,1, to, hob to hap, --.):,-. , ,.. , t s, ..,,,-; 1',;;;;e0' -'1'
, ,.. -- -.. : ': -- ---..' --- Allinak and Cuba: ,, 1 '' -- ' i ' Alaimo ,,,,. s , o ,,, or ,o,o 'Jo 440.7, k -1 I I
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."Igi 1 3 : ,..' 4' '.. '''''''''''' gromon, The banker said the crisis could - ,-,- ' .- -. - .,- ,- ..a...7 i r ,(- ti -, r,,, , '' 1 t
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'! ', 4-.4' l.'s L21;-t 00;:.; ', ,,f,: '''' -' '' ,or 0 t, : I. i.
chiding 'the business recession in I
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' , 4,61 in the middle of a rise in Prices of '. ' ..,
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- to.114 Potts emphasized that, with the ' - chIcket, noodle E212,1 ,. 1111111 , ,' ...i t,
,.. ' Just , exception of Argenthia, Latin Am- ' is
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:It WAZIIINGTON, April 11 (LT)
1 -- Vice President 'Richard Nix1-
Anil) attendance at the Argen Argen!tine
!tine Argen!tine presidential inaugural and
,his South Amfrican tour are
expected to be followed here by
' critical. governmental reexam reexamirution
irution reexamirution of United States eco economic
nomic economic policies as they affect
Latin American countries.
, He is expected to visit all
the countries south of Panama
' except Brazil and Chile, ,He
previously. visited Brazil,' and
Chilean affairs will get the
, s fullest official attentipti during
prospective visit of Chilean
,President here at, the end of
-April. ., ;
, Government offices will thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly prepare Vixon on allH
,-- current Inter-American ec04
, liomic problems. ,,(
- The attitudes in govern..
tt mental circles indicate the
' keen difficulties confronting
, SoutIL America until the
, ,, I. nited States, general bust-
Demi takes an upturn. Bust-,
, nessmen are pressing the
, 'government here for more
attention to the problems,
particularly the coffee stabi stabi',
', stabi', lization program., ,"
; Although It is considered too.
tarly to. predict the form and
, direction in which the views Of
the United States government
,
' may crystallize, well-informed
tpurces Indicate a' disposition 1

oncial or other assistance help helpful
ful helpful to the success of tno inter interrational
rational interrational coffee stabilization
-prograM, Such coopera tion
would offer practicable means
to improve the outlook of the
I coffee-producing countriet0
' Some circles'
'think the United States -should

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, Al USO B,Iboa
, An' unusually striking' exhibit -of
, paintings is currently on display
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Servide Center in Balboa.
Featuring -the work of Alfredo
Sinclair itt., through the auspices
1, of the C, Z. Art League, T h e
, USOIWB Gallery w si I displaY
thes paintings until April 26, 1958.
Si clair whose work is abstract
, art, lempleys unusual and raT04-
1 tie technique to achieve a live,
1 glowing vivaciouiseffect in his art.1
Sinclair ,studied first in Pans i
ma, Ithen ,avoentitia,'where ht
'tnKed din" vt,i ;10 011 pepOr de
Bellds Arte! 'CS' f la' Cot
, eavAr lie, won ma maIV
IV maIV Prizes, forhis p,aintingst and
prolessors- considered -him one -of
n-'r -mont-:promisingstuctentr.'l
Ile has since exhibited in Nina.
ins, lin Meltieo,, and in Washing-1
d D.C. ,
'Pile Washington Post observed:,
?' "nont one or the most compe compe-
- compe- trit 'Artists is Alfredo Sinclair who
I'Ants in 'total ahsf,vaction; using
Tound forms and bright colors,
-11 'particles of colored glass lip lipt)l.ed
t)l.ed lipt)l.ed to the canvas to mak it
colorful brilliant.11
; The current exhibit st the 1.1S0
srv cle- first one-man
A1low that Sincliiv has held in
'f eight yearr, t';171.rhirn: :"MY
work has to ;nature within me be be.'
.' be.' lore I exbibit."
s The nubile is invited to visit the
1.170,1WB gollery, which is open
t -tv' from 10 a,m, to 10 P.m

treconslder policies affecting pe-:
' troleurn. deielopment and pub-,
Ilic utilities in Souta Arnerica,1
inc!uding Argentina. Such re-,
examination v..ould t:,ke into,
1 a ccount the 'ineradicable na-!
itinositstic views in several
countries, and enlist both pub public
lic public and private credit aid to
'..m.tch development. One possibil possibility
ity possibility would be to assist de.velop de.velopment
ment de.velopment by "operating contracts"
, rat her- than concessions.'
) (3) There are indications
that the United States will be
'disposed to employ a larger
share of 'the International De Development
velopment Development Fund ,- for Latin
American economic develop development
ment development than was originally con contemplated.
templated. contemplated.
(4) If the Latin American
countries wish to go ahead with
the evolution of a "Latin
American common market, the
United States would not pre present
sent present obstacles,. even though
such a program might involve
some future .. diffkulties for
United : States uinter-American
.trade, : - , ,
..- (5) There is a feeling ila some
governmental circles that the
United States must find some

K-LISTO repktooll a'4160 volt switch gear
, in connection 1;vith',the 'installation of a new
,
generator and therefore, it will be necessary to
,
suspend electrical service, ill the following areas,
of tho titYt, :
Saturday; April 12, 9:45 p.m., 10:15 p.m'
1 and Sunday, April 13,1:00, LIN' 12:1,5' p..rn; on
B A,(ienue from 10th Street to 12th Sireet,
tory- Office arlea'15th East Stieet ,from 'Colon
Striet to Carlos 'A. Mendoz4 Street.
2. Sunday', April 13, 12:01' a.m. to 12:15 a.
,
m. in the San Miguel and Mararidn areas.
3. Siturday,' April 12; 11:00 p.m.. to, 11:30 ;
Sunday, April 13, 12:00 noon to 12:15 ',,
, p.m, arld 'Sunday, April 13, 3:00'p.m. to' 3:15, :
pall, on Ancon Avinui; 'Juin B.' Sosa Street
and H Street'.
,
.
4. Saturday, April 12,.11:00 p.m. to 117.'30
p.m. and Sunday, April 13, 12:00noon to 3;15
Ibm. on A Avenue between 14th West, Street
and 17th West Street, 1 eth',. West Street be
tween El Relleno de Earraza and' B Street, B
Street between 13th West Street and' 21st West
Street and yedro barrio StrOet between 17th',
leth Streets. I

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early to. predict the form and! ,' , ., ,,,,
direction in w,hich the views of ' Ch t
Panama ,For ris 1
the United Statett government
May crystallize, well-informed , 7,, ,, -.
sources indicate a disposition E ,
1
. to reconsider the earlier viewl V
"pec s- Evang hst )
s i 6
points, on the following topter.' ' ' '. t
,,(1). The practicability of tin-. , ... , L: ti .L .,

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Annually th e Evangelical
Ministers tOtincii of Panama
and the Canal Zone sponsors a
united evangelistic campaign
among the iocal churches. t or
the crusade this year, the
Council has ingaged the., Rev.,
Harold Skeete a young evan evangelist
gelist evangelist from' the United States,
to preach for the four-week
campaign. ' ".

hek I gurated..,

, The Reverend Skeete who is st,,, g,,,,-ii-- ,,,
scheduled ,to ,arrive here April reeicar-Loving '-
20 is weir' prepared spiritually , , ,i
,
and educationally lor the aP-.
pointinent having graduated Oist,ntle-i J31134 -Y.::
from the International Bible II ; ,
College, in Canada
the WAnnipeg.Colley. clft:rhs!oil;1
"4 frm Foi'llallint:Tiolle'y':'::

F0.15--we-11' prepared spiritually "..111,
and educationally for the aP-.
pointment having graduated
from the International Bible
College in Canada and from EA
the Winnipeg College of Theoi- ru
ogy with a Th. B. In the field
of evangelism-the evangelist
has had' le wide experience hav hav'preched
'preched hav'preched in nearly all the et('
States of the ,Union,Ind to on yve
the provinces of Catada..
' too
Plans.1are being finalized for 5tri
111111s,,,yeir's" soul-winning cru"
sad 07rle of, those'Plaris calls
for united ctuSade choir.
Membrs of the cooperating
'churches, meet each Saturday ;:o
Light at the Christian Mission de
of gapapte in,Quacbapati up,: rot
der trieliireCtion of' BrtiellY-1 'eat
lor in preparation for this Out- ley
Oanding vevent.,t,The cholf di, tzei
rector...has,,...arutounceeL, quit
there is still room, for others thi
to enlist. -
In the churches, r aYer oni
gteups are organized to pray ing
sPecitically for the evangelist an)
and, the crusade. The chairman his
of the prayer committee. Rev.
.1 A. Trotman,' has asked every tue
interested Christian of enlist Led
today as prayer volunteer. the
I Counsellors 'Itre aLso- needed. 1 A
Those Christiand who have had out
recent experience in' thla wOrit not
and others interested are being 'stil
enlisted for service. tra
The chairman, Rev.' A. W. Ms
Crooks is 'preparing to hold a ed'
refresher k class' on 'APril 17 at go
the Nazarene Christian Church L
in San Miguel at 8 p.m and IZO

new means to 'counteract- th
Soviet Union's trade drive
Latin America, and this prot
tem is certain to receive u.
creasing official attention.
tei lhere is also an opinio,
in-: some governmental circle,
concerning ,more liberal Lena
trig policies by the ,Export Im
prt Bank. -
The foregoing tentative pot
icy opinions in some. govein
mental- circles amid be ac accelerated
celerated accelerated if Vice-President Nix Nixon's
on's Nixon's trip and report have the
expected effect .of Inspiring a
major effort to 'improve inter interAmerican
American interAmerican relations.

Memorial Service

Slated On Sunday

,
A memorial service will be
held Sunday afternoon at the
Bethel Mission Church in Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso for the late Rev, Clarence
Sea
s. lie was a member. of won wonknown
known wonknown family which extends it
cordial invitation to. frienda to
attend the service' which will
begin at 3 o'clock..

has asked that alk pastors and
members of the cooperating
churches attend that class,
,'Beginning April ,11. at '1:30
p.m. at the Christian Mission,
2,5th- Street Chorrillo, where
Rev. M. C. Skeets is pastor, the
Harold Skeete "Panama tor
Christ Crusade"' will be inau

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PITTSBURGH, April II (UP)
141ory I;TIS011. 48, was charg charged
ed charged with disorderly ''Kconclutt
Yvednesday .afte ,radmitting
toot a Pittsburgh Reilwap Co.
streetcar from a locals,carbarn
"just for the ride."
, one, who- never 'before bad
piloted, a, trolley,, rolled merriiy
alopg for ,several blocits. Sod Soddenlye
denlye Soddenlye the 4rolley luriched a-'
.."4";

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tame powerless wheriothe4ruir,
ley, disengaged ,trom the OVer
bead power ,r,
..Meanwbile, back at the- barn,'
things were liven uprOar, Com-,
luny ,officials t discovered that
one, of their trolleys was rniss.1
ing the rconfusion, Hinson i
appeared presumably to try
his luck with a second trolley.
He' began arguing with 0,
iusintenance 4 man and admit,.
Ltd it, was be who had talon
the missing streetcar.
1 At a hearing, it was' brought
out that Hinson actually r did
not "steall,' the trolley since it
still vas on' the tracks and the
tracks- are. tompany property.
Magistrate Julius Struba order ordered
ed ordered 'Hinson to pay a 010 fine or
go to Jail, for 30 days.
, Hinson decided be'd ratller
ittrto jaii. ,

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WESLEYAN METHODIST

Panama City
All Persons intencung to be
c!uded in the 50 :lew mtm mtm,:rs
,:rs mtm,:rs class of the Wesleyan
.ethodist Church for the 001-
en Jubilee t celebrations on
,pril 30 have been asked to re
ort a tonce, as Deputy Chair Chairnen
nen Chairnen Rev. E. S. Alphonse will
eave next Tuesday for Costa

:Ica and enrollmeiit must be
.oirpleted before the goes.
New members -will be receiv receivId
Id receivId by Right Rev. Hugh B. Sher Sheriock.
iock. Sheriock. 0.13.E.,- chairman of the
Jamaica District of Methodist
churches in Haiti, Panama and
Costa Rica. .' k ,,-- ,-- ,,
, UNION CHURCH : I
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.
- Margarita .'
, At -9:30 a.m. Sunday the Un Unlon
lon Unlon Church will hold an early
worship service at the Ccoo So-1
10 Chapel. Mrs. Frederick &tut
will be the guest soloist for the
Coco Solo worship,-
- At the Margarita Church the
worship service scheduled, for
11 a.m. will hear the choir sing
under the direction of Harrold
Spieknall. The pastor's ,sennon
at both places will- be ,Beeing
and Believing."' In the evening
the junior fellowship will Meet
at 3 and the youtli fellowship
at 6:15 p.m.. ,, --
On Monday night at 7 the
church council la scheduled to
meet under -the leadership, of
1Carl F. Maedl. A number of
pertinent Items are on the
agenda for discussion And final
!plans will be made for the IOth
,anniversary MI April 20. 1- ,
' , '. UNION CHURCH '. :
,
. Gaturt ,,
,
, Tomorrow the Gatun Union
Church School will sponsor a,
Sputnik picnic,-: tO be launched'
at 10 a.m. from the Gatun Sta Station,
tion, Station, itlp orbit will extend to
Summit Gardens Where the
Picnic will, be held. 1,,ife ex expectancy,
pectancy, expectancy, 'until 4:20 part., When
children, teachers and parents
will arrive back .4t the Gatlin
Station. , , ,, ,'
Equipment. a basket, luneh.
Sodas and' eskimo pies will be
provided by the Church School.
As Sputnik -ventures can be
dangerous, all children must be
,accompanied by parent.1 Or a
responsible adult. ,,,- ,- l ,-
, Sunday the quarterlyldissiOn
Sunday will be observed, the
guest minister being the Rev.,
V.' J. Watson,' pastor ,of Trinity,
Ebenezer and Cativo., Methodist
CtrurcheS, TIM tongregation wilt
be given the opportunity : of
Making a speeial Offering,,,te
the work of the,: Catty& Meth
9dist church. ,' ' ,' ''
' Other Sunday services: 9:15
a.m.,-church school, with adult
bible clesS tti be taught this
Sunday ,,,by George Mii,clieli;
and the youth fellowship at
5:45 Sunday evening. The choir
will rehearse on Monday, ind
Wednesday evenings at 6:30.
On Friday, -April 18, at 6:30
p.m. a fellowship slipper for the
entire ; congregation will , be
held. The speaker ;will, be the
Rev. ,Thomas K. Thompson,
exectitive director of i the De Department
partment Department ,'ot ; Stewardship,. and
Benevolence -:for. the Natiorull
Council of ,Ch,urches. ,-
, After ,. the supper,, the Rev,

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Thompson will meet with the
Churcn Ccuncil tor a question
and answe rperloci. The public
is invited to attend all services
the Gatun U111011 Church.

Itf,oral Limits'

Urged By Pqpe

ROME (12)--Pope Pius XII I
',els! yesterday some secrets of
the hunaan mind always must re-1
main f-limits to scientists ,even
if the patient himselLvere will willing
ing willing to lower the mental bars.
The 82-yearold pontiff, in ,,, a
3,000-word address before 600 sci scientists
entists scientists attending an international
conference on applied psychology,
said, there was a moral limit to
how deep into the mind scientists
could go. ,
",Certain secrets pan ibsolutely
hot be unveiled even to one pru-1
dent person," he said, even if
the pttient had consented.
'POD has to see whether the
patient hail pot, in giving his val valid
id valid consent, gone behond the lim limits
its limits of his competence and capac capacity,'
ity,' capacity,' Man, in fact, does not have
unlimited power over himself,"
the Pope said.
The pontiff, in an obvious ref reference
erence reference to Communist brain-wash-1
ing, ,warned that scientists must
never resort to "totalitarian"
Practices on the theory that the
desired end justified the means
employed. , 7
The church does not gontest the
, use of applied psychology by
states and public power, for the
good of all, be laid.-
-"But,", he warned, "the ques question
tion question regards the choice. of certain
techniques and methods.
"It is a i characteristic trait of
totalitarian states that they do
not care about the means, bvt
utilize without distinction eve- ,,
thing that ,serves the ends, wi
out regards for the odgencles
MOtall law." ,
The' Pope took nO personal posi posilion
lion posilion on the sbientific u8e of
"truth" drugs and lie deteltors
on persons who give their full
consent. , ,
However, he noted that evi,-
denee obtained by, both methods
was not admissible in court., .1
Thai 'Pope said deep prohing
into the human mind could prove
mentally and morally damaging
to the patient, whether he sub-mittedg
to...curb ,examinatio,n,
, fully or, not.' :,1,' ,,,
The revelation, of ona'r reri
yersonality- could-cause serious
trams (emotional,: ahock)," he
warned.
' In addition, he' said, "the psy
thologiat's intervention cou'd -very
well bornt the rights 'of third par parties:,
ties:, parties:, for example, in -reyrealing
secrets (of state,, office, amity
and of confession)," or gimnly the
rights' of communities, 'to 'heir
reputations."
,
WRONG BUTTON
SHALDON. England (UP ),-Tolice
withheld today the name of
the man who walked into bank
here Tuesday, saw no t cashier,
leaned over, the counter a n d
nressed a button to attract atten attention,,,,
tion,,,, attention,,,, He got it. Ma button was
the hold-up alarm.

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mg at.the Diablo Bowling Center, to-Ok the Major MajorLeague
League MajorLeague 'pennant", by the narrowest of margins
one game,.
'rhe Xilowatts, one of the oldest rough time in the early part-, of
teams from point of service in the the season but knee acquiring a
winlnew pellet, Boyer contributed ,to
league, took theh first title by
A tho ell000tt thp Had in the tat

Ring a single' point 'on the last
night of -the season and' that win
came 'by only six pins.
The Fuerza y Luz quintet receiv received
ed received a big assist from the Pan Am
Jets who dumped the runnerup
' team, Seymotrr Agency, in the
last game of the evening. The Sey Sey,
, Sey, mour bowlers needed the last
game to gain a tit ,but the Jets
come up wrth a 968 game to settle
the issue..
The winning team of ruerzt y
Luz was led by Bob Boyer, capt captain
ain captain and lead-off man. Bob had a

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The Canal one Interscholastic
i Basketballq,eague will let under
way, unofficially tonight when the
defending champion Junior Col College
lege College Green Devils tackle ther Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club Rams at the Balboa
I Gym in a contest scheduled to be ber
r ber gin at 1 p.m , :
The outcome of this game-will
have no bearing on the school
',' league championship. since '' t h e
,.., Rams are a team made up in its
entirety of former Interscholastic
, League players.- .,
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champions of last season, are de de.,
., de., termined to retain their title or a
i least give a goo4 account of them themi
i themi solves. Not one member of last
1 'oar's atoried quintet is on this',
' year'," squad but the' team has
. koked as good or better than oth-1
er, local teams in exhibition play.'
Donald Alexander, Harry Cody,
.1101ando Arango, Bruce Sourlock,
Jim Selby I and Ronald Bauman,
rill be the mainstays -Ur Junior,
1 College. '. 1, , .. -'
1. The stailltudded Athletic Club,
, led bp Nesbitt and Joyce,-will al al.
. al. so attend the Junior Coming out
tr, he probable starting lineup for
IF. ig as follows: Selby and Spur Spur-
- Spur- lock, forwards; Alexander, center;
Ctidy and (Bauman, guards.
'For the Athletic Club:
, tesbitt and Joyce, forwards:
1 ,3 rris, center; Kirkland and Mac Mac!
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The Puerza y Luz lillowatts of Panama, roll

the,sticcesi of the squad in the lat latter
ter latter part of the schedule.
R the second slot wis Jim Davis
from Albrook Air Force Base. The
anchor man throughout the sea season
son season was Rollie Gleichmati, an en engineer
gineer engineer employed by Fuerza y Luz.
Rollie was also the prexy of the
Major league and is one of the
leading average ,bowlers on the
Isthmus. t
Andy Fistonich, another' ntati
employe, although absent duringi
the stretch drive becausc of vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, was a pillar of power during
most (if the season'.
Earlier in the season J. Wallace
was a, member but had to with withdraw
draw withdraw and he WaS replaced by F.
De Luca who did a .goodjob. Alt.
other FyL employe who brought
good luck to. the Kilowatts was
George Vrmquest who came out' of
retirement to pinchhit for the va vacaioning
caioning vacaioning Fisonich.
On Tuesday,' April 22, the league
will honor their champions with a
gala affair at the Summit Hills
Country Club. Jack ,Vbsf, league
secretary, is taking reservations
for any one who wants to attend.
The resuls'of he final night
were as follows:
Ex-El Itanehe.3 Fuersa y Luz 1
Ranch: Rogers 502, Minor 481
Charteri 591, Spinney 528, Kunkft
, FYI Boyer 523,' Davis 581; De
Luca. 581, Winquist 428, Gleich Gleichman
man Gleichman 531'

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Seymour Agancy 3 Pan Am Jots 1
Seymour: Rudy 479, Bowers 594.
Bates 481, Graham 593. Coffey 562
Pan-Am: Lowande 524, Albritton
802,, Snllivan 429, Nunes 479, Da Da'
' Da' mian 627. ,,,
RC No..141 3 Ludt), Strike 1'
Lucky: Soyster 578, Morrow 491,k
Noss 534, Samaniego 540. Rest 549.
1,, Nehl: .Luttenberger 568, Allen
r",, Kai lin 5,33, itnoll 651; Almeda
Europta NO. 3 H. 1. Homo 1
..Etiropeat Schmidt' 574, ,Fernsn ,Fernsndeg
deg ,Fernsndeg 5.11. lalind 486, Burgoon 454
talei 528.1' vc.. ,,'; ., 'k
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4 Bottna: Pa ''0449,1 fluniPpt 440
Thomas 519, alcer' 572, 3ahilson
' Final Standings r
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Teams ., .,.., y Won Lost
Fuenza .y Luz ., 6712 4412
Seymottr Agency ',,..-; .66 45
Pan Am Jets ',, ,-63',' 48
RC Nehl r, ,, , 50., 53
Lcky Strike'', 7- 51 -, 61
Ex El Rancho 1 49 63
HI. Homo 46,,, 65
Euronta Furniture P 44, 68

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Tourney
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MMimmo.ni

The final matches of the innual
Cerveceria Golf Tournament will
be played off on April 13, at Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa God Club. The course is t in
good shape and with the slight
rain in the past -few days. t h e
fairways are also- in good shape.
The results .of Abe past week
are as follows: -:
Championship Flight '-'
Chi McCue biat out Jrene Rob-1
IJISOn on the 18th hole. This max a
close match and it was up to Chi
to take the 18th hole Irene
Robinson had parred the first
hole both times around. Irene ,is
still the contender for the medal medalist
ist medalist score. Cleo Burns beat out
Pearl 'rrim 5-4 but understand
that Cleo played ter usual steady
game and Pearl was off of her
putting..
' : First Flight
,

- Louise Jonet won her match as
Connie Bishop wasn't present at
tee off time. Ruth Lincoln won o over
ver over K. Purdy 1 up. ,
, tweed Flight :
1 z- :. 1
Ruth Tortorici won ber match. o over
ver over Wallace 3-2., Sullivan won A Aver
ver Aver Wright 1 up.
Third Flight,
La Cr Dix won over Ramon .1, 5-4
and Sewell won over Jackson 9-

Fourth Flight -
Batchelor got hit match througb
a default from Claire and Sharp
Wen her match I up. ,,-
Tee off time 'for all these matchA
es will be on Sund y and please
be at the tee according to the
time scheduled. ',
8:15 (Batchelor vs. Sharpl,
8:30 Jones vs.' LinC0111.
8:4 13urns vs., McCue.
t, 95:00 --Tortolici'vs.
1 8:15 La Crolgivik.'Sewell.,
Cerveceria Nacional Wilt have a
'free buffet and ,free beer server'
at 1 p.m. at the club on' Sunday.
Xpril 13, at the time of the prig
entation Me rrizesc,,Come 1010
the people ond'ewateh Ate g I r 1 ;
plqv their final matches. 4
Ihe medalist has mot been '
cided as Cleo Bumf( and Trine
Robinson are to t play this off
some day this week. ,',

Also ,a reminder for thoqe wh
ouslified end have not nicked up
their 6 bottles of beer. please do
so some time this week. ;

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Teams W Pct. 613
, W .1 0 1,000

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,YESTERDAY'SRESLT (At Santa Rita Ballpark
L s
Bolts. W' 11, Kent 6
TODArS GAME (Ai Sania Rlia Ballpark)
Kent (Lane 0-1):ve,.-Boite W,(Morrell 0-0).
' Game time:-4:30 '4

Rains
.

ALVIN B.' WEBB Jr.
,

GREENSBORO, (UP)
Heavy rains washed. out "Thurs.
day's opening 1S-hole round of the
21st. annttal Greater Greensboro
Open golf tournament and short shortened
ened shortened the $15,000 event into a three threeday
day threeday affair starting Friday.
A total of 44 golfers in the field
of 135 bad teed off' before '-'the
dosvnpour 'put the already ..soggy
Starmount Forest Countryo Club
course well heyong playing condi

The thoroughly dampened golf golfer
er golfer trudged back to the clubhouse
while- the rain',continuet
weatherman' said the,- precipita..
tion would end by Friday morning
but the 6.630-yard, par-71 course
still' wil have,,more, water haz hazards
ards hazards .than ever.

'PACIFIC ,LITTLELIAG611
Police-Spur-Elks II, Lincoln Life Life,
, Life, Gibraffer-Soymeur 10
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,After a trght pitcher's duel In
the first play-off game, for'13
years olds, ,the 'batters' tame to
life and P.S.E. heat the L.L.G.S.
team by an 2I to pl itore.
P.SE. team scored five runs in
the first inning, but the insurance
team came back with two in the
second and, five in ,thei third !, to
take a two-run lead. :
In the bottem of the thh'd
P.SE' made a single' rtm to cut
the lead down to one run. The in,
surance combination scored,three
in the fourth to"go out in front by
four 111111S. In 'one of the' Most ex exciting
citing exciting finishes of the Seaga, the
P.S.E. scored five runisto win thel

'Jim Riley' showed some of 'the
fine batting style that won him
the league batting champioiship.
when he made four hits in four
times at bat. Included in the four
hits was a double. Smitig, another
leading hitter, banged out a double
and two singles in four trips to
the plate.' ,, ,,,
.For the losers Coy and Farns Farnsworth
worth Farnsworth each had two singlis.' Coy
also had two walks in addition to
his two hits .for a 'perfect day at
bat.' Gerwatowskt and Arnold
each, had a -double and Engelke
had a triple.
Mrs. Reynolds, -official icorer of
the League, 'end Mr. Engelke, who
has served the League in many
capacities over a period of seven'
Year, were presented with mom momentos
entos momentos by the managers t h e
leagueAlthough scoring for the
first' time, Mrs. 'Reynolds did ,an
outstanding job.- lir. Engelke has
resigned as manager of the' Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Life Insurance team. 1
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Farnsworth, ef 4 0 2
Perkins, 3b 1 0
Gerwatowsid, 'If 2 I 1
Engelke, If ''' 1,
Barrett, e ' 0 3 1 1
frank, as ' I 0
Moies, ss ( 2' 0
Nordstorm, : 1 1 0
Parra, ; k 1 Al 10
Crosby, lb 1 1 0
Carlson. lb t" : 1 1-1

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, Me' canceration today wiped
all scores from the board,: much
to, the relief of a number -a goil goil,ers
,ers goil,ers whose totals had, soared in ,the
chilly wind and rain, '
The field, paced by defending
champion Stan Leonard, o, Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, and six-time Winner
Sam Hnead of White Sulphur
Springs, W.Va., is packed with
stars' lot 'North- Carolina's great greatest
est greatest golf show of the year., -
Leonard, who finished Strong In
the Masters at'Augusta,t Ga.; last
week toured the Starinount course
in 2-under-par 69' Wednesday in a
practice. round, while successiully
dodging most of the 'pools of we weter
ter weter that detted, the lay-out, as a
result of heavy sling of bst
week.' ',
' In all, the pla y era arriving
from the blasters tournament had
three days of good ,weather i in
which to become r
this rugged, rolling course ,before
the rain : set in, on Wednesday
night.
addition to'tht.seioned Vet Vettrans
trans Vettrans such as Snead and Doug
Fork of Mahopatt, I N..,lkonard
fae4t1 stiff s ebb-II:Petition front' s
large and -talented -crop of yowl
sters who were not invited to the
Masters and who have been prac practicing
ticing practicing berg since the end ,of the
Aazlea Open at Wilmingtoft,,N41.
the week before.
One of thesels Howie Johnson
of Gleswoodie; 1114 the-former in insuranee
suranee insuranee salesman whe upset Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Palmer in the Azalea Open
one week before Palmer's NictorY
in, the Masters. ,,,

At Wale City, Mex.
Pitts. 500 040 01 13-23 26 0
lynx: City OW OK 00 0 1 7
Perez,. Danleil (5),- Raydod '17)
and Weal Donoso, Cacneux, (2)
Anuerton (8),1 Ferrer (9) 'and
Westerteld."Winner Perez. Lbser
-.Donosd., stevens., :
,
' At Portsmouth, Ohio
Wash.' (A) 000 000 000 0 5 2
Cinci (N) 100 010 00x-- 2 is' u
Pascual and Berneret.,,liaddix
,and tilt-TBadey.
1
At Winston-Salom,, FL C. ''
N. (A) 303 ,)0' 000 8 11,1
(N) -ill 101 31x-12 15 3
, Maglie, Cicotte (7) and Blanch Blanchard.
ard. Blanchard. Lardwels, learreh (5) and Lo Lopata,
pata, Lopata, Lonnett (5). Winner --- Far Farrelf.
relf. Farrelf. Loser Cicotte, kids An Andersdn,
dersdn, Andersdn, ,Repuiski, Jones.
At Dallas, Tea.'
Miho. (N) 010 103 000 5 5 0
Los Ang. (N) 000 201 010-- 4 9 1
Burdette, Willey, (7) and Cran Crandall.
dall. Crandall. Koutax, .Craig (6), Collum
(6) and Pignatano. Winner -,,, Bur Bur1
1 Bur1 dates, LoserCraig. HRAaron.,
At Memphis, Tenn. '
Boston, (A) 000 141 400--10 10 1
Memphis (S) 000 000 001 1 .6 2
Baumann,, R.' W. 'Smith 45),
Schroll (8) and Daley. Jirsa, Wil Wilson
son Wilson (5), Willis (7), Aldrich (9)
and .Gile; WinnerR. W. Smith.
Loser Jirsa, Hlts ,Buddin,
Mahone, Dickens.
At tii-lingn, Tot. 4
Cleve. (A) 010 111-200.-- S 2
San F. (N) t '004 111 02x-; 6'. 5 0
McCormick, Giel (8) anMSchmidt.
Winner,, Mc,Cormick., Loser '---
Score.- HRsCdlivito, Spencer."-.'

At 7,,Denver, A
Chgw, AA) .;,, -0004o0
St. L. INr 000 402 000 6 10 11
.: Moore. Hoiva: Rudolph ten'
and ''Lollatti 'Jaditson,
(4),, Flanigan, es)
Witmer,Moore. toiet
son.-Illts-4'rancorta, Jackson,
Moon., ,i
At Little.,Recle :
IC. C.t;(14P-0.000, 20t,500111 10 ,0
Utile (9). '00.1; 620' 000,,,
Garver, 2.-Criddock.-.,(7t;,-DuSer
(9) and ,House, Sinith' (9) Reed,'
McNulti.46) and. fleyman.....Winuet
Garver. LoserMcNulty. MR
Slider. , ;
At ilriminshemt Ala..
Birmingham vs.. Detroit ,(Ay
2,.games,,ganceled rain. -.-

The Boite W and Kent teams
will meet againqoday at the
Santa Rita ballpark in the sec second
ond second contest of the five-game se series
ries series to decide the 1958 Panama
Ma Jor Softball League cham championship.
pionship. championship. Starting time is 4:30
Bone which outslugged
Kent for a 12-hit 11-0 victory in
the opener yesterday, will try to
makr3 it two In a row today while
their rivals go all out to avenge
the defeat and throw the series
into a tie.,
Yesterday's game gt under underway
way underway after sportsman Felipe Mot Motto.
to. Motto. threw a high, outside pitch to
Panama Fire Chief Raul Arango
who blooped a Texas League sin single
gle single to ahort left field.
The contest thrilitxt the almost
capacity crowd which packed
the 'stknds and scores df other
onloo'Prs who lined a balcony on
the large tenement building
which faces the A park on West
17th Street., ; A AA
A AA baliony'Spertator A narrowly
escaped possible seriousi iniury
when a -section of the isiling
crash" d to the street below. '-
, The mishap occurred in the
'sixth inning atter Bolte W
centerfielder Fred Morgan had
s blasted a pitch over the left-
'field wall for his second home
run and third hit of the game.
- The,' ball fell, just a bit bitshort
short bitshort of the veranda of the
tenement and the fan stretch stretched
ed stretched over in a futile attempt to
catch-it Fortunately, he a a-
- a- voided following the railing to
-, the pavement,
BolteW got off to a fast start
by scoring three rnns in the top
half of the, first inning, which
was feattired by three hits, all
extra base bloWa off iron man
Mqc Lane.ft-
With a thrte-run lead to work
on, Eddie Morrell, who had beat beaten
en beaten Kent twice during the regular
season, started on the hill for the
winters.r. ;7,7- ; A ;
- But Eddie definitely didn't
have it yeEterdaY, for he permit permitted
ted permitted four bases on balls, a ground
rule double to slugging. firothaseman-pitcher
Bertie Williams,and
two runs before he was lifted by
mtnager W'llie Parcella fr Bud.
,Lynch wbo finished the, game
and picked up the rin,
1, A,
ft .1,
. Lynch gave a' brilliant relief
performance 'when he took
over in the first with runners
on iirst and second and no
outs. He made 'Manuel- Cordo.'
1 ba line into a doutktplay on his
cecond pitch and forced Lane
to fly to. center for the third
out, with the score remaining
' 3-2 in favor if Boite W. A
, The winners meverl lost 'the
lead in, the contest which- saW
nett team smack three round roundtrippers.i
trippers.i roundtrippers.i -ft ,
Catcher Edgar Parrii had a
two-run blast in -the third end
Morgan smashed solos in ', the
third and sixth for Boite W.-
Eddie Peussey poked a tower towering
ing towering four-master over thp roof ,of
the rightlield stands and into C
Street, in the fourth with a run runner
ner runner on and Aleiandro Reyes and
Roy Holness had bases-empty
blows in the fifth for Kent.
A The losers pounded out six hits
and committed seven miscues.
Bolte W played errorless ball.' A,
' Lane, who was relieved by Wil Williams
liams Williams and Guillerm'o Diaz. left
the contest in the fourth. He was
chsrged'with the loss.
' Plate umpire George Cumber Cumberhada,
hada, Cumberhada, tossed Boite W's star
backstop Parris out,, of the
game,in the fifth, because, acs
' cording to the arbiter, Parris
was repeatedly disrespectful in
inalsting that Kent hurler DIU
was throwing what Parris calls
ed an "illegal sidearm pitch."
, Regular r g htfielder Isaac
Haynes, finished up ,behind, the
plate.
The third contest will be play play'ed
'ed play'ed Monday afternoon. :
The line acoret' .ft
Boite W 303 032 0-11' 12
Ketn - 200 220 0 6 6 11
' Morrell; R. Lynch (1-0) and E.
Parris, HayneS; Lane (0-1), Wil Wildams,
dams, Wildams, Diaz and Rabago.1- -'

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)ertes

By J. J. ILARRISON JR:

',Ptits,(7.1,,;B
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', PEDRO MIGUEL
There will be a 100 target re.-
gistered trap shoot at the Pedro
Gun Clubi Sunday, April 13. begin beginning
ning beginning at 10 cm. This shoot will be
similar to former shoots except 25
targets. Five divisions of purse
each event. Ties to be divided.,
This shoot is being beld o n e
'Week filth, in order not to cobflict
with the Cristobal registered shoot
the ,first Sunday in May., Hereof.
ter, the Pedro Miguel alb will
shoot on the 2nd and fourth Sun Sundavs
davs Sundavs Ofleach ,roonth.
The electric irsoAs thrdwing p
fect,targets.-tAll trapshooters on
the Isthmus are cordiallY, invited
to tothe out get their Practice and
registered targets recorded, readv
for. the annual state shoot Which
is.to )ye held at the .130oa tange
on May,31 and June'14
r, '
The skeeLrange at, the Balboa
Gun Club at Far Fan will be open
for practice on Saturday, April 12,
at 1 p.m, It is planned to have
tbe range open an alternate Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays hereafter. Refreshments
will be available.?

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,
LESLIE' DRAYTON,,BLANKS
BABY SALAS FOR THIRD WIN:
' CAFE ,COOLSPOT
P. LEAGUE LEADERI,IiYi:
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Teams t Pct.Glo
Cafe Ceolspot 5 3 ,A25
Dep. .Baby Salas z,I1 4 .6o0
Powells ' -'-' 4 74' ,571
HerManos Wires 6 .143 312
, Elongated' Leslie Drayton be bename
name bename the pitching sensation in the
Rainbow City Open Classification
Softball League ,when ,he hurled
his Powells team to a 6 to',0 win
over the league leading Deporti Deportivo
vo Deportivo Baby Salim
Salast'Fred Saari started 'against
Drayton but blew op in the,,very
first inning as his bases-on-balls
and hit batsmen spelled out his
first defeat on the season. He has
three wins.,
Aided by Sapp's wildness, the
Powell started fast and scored
five in the very first and then
went on to Avin as Drayton com completely
pletely completely bandcuffed .the heaVy hit hitting
ting hitting Sales team. Drayton's record
thus far Is three and zero.'hi. his
last outing against the Firemen,
he hurled. a brilliant one-hittec.:
Fielding,star of the (lay was' Si..
las 'manager, Mickey Robinson,
oentr into the holet.twite at
short in rapid succession to fide
uot smashes batk handed 'a n
make his throws to first for the
League' officials have announced

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Will have Powells against the
manos ,Yohros. This Minn lin We.
rez managed 'outfit,4 ROW in last
place, "hps. faint twits of gerting,t

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motion pictures takes place in the Jackson-Weston produc produc,
, produc, tion "GUN FEVER" great weekend release TOMORROW
'and Sunday at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre,- and Marring
MARK STEVENS for United Artists release.
Steven a fine amateir boxer, unturned tackles a knife
--wielding maniacal killer. portrayed by- ex-wrestler 14 ron
Saxon. Forgetful they were acting parts, Stevens attl 3-xon
plowed into each other, snarling and tearng like tAo
cats. Needless to say the results make a thrir.ing
in this dramatic offbeat western thriller.

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t 1' The Fuerza y Luz Iiilowatts of Panama, roll- - ..--, ; -.. ,, ,t, ' C UGHT UP. WITH 111'1' -"
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1 League mpennant",by the narrowest of margins ---
, ,The final matches' of the innual .:" -th r .0.1 ", -- 0, 4,1 ,,,,
. Cerveceria Golf Tournament will t '4,7' til,hPfri It '''' 'it
l- will meet againqoday at the . WA .,-!'' ,--'-.4,-'s f--,-., ......,-N ,,, 7
i one game., ..- ., :,. . ,, .;, .5," be played off on April 13, at Gam- Santa Rita ballpark in the sec- golf1Viv-,i -' '" ''''' ' ' j I 1
..9,--r .4 t .,,f ,...1 41 le tc ond contest of the five-game se- '- ' It'bolI st ?II, 4aili i
; F ' '' 1 s b ti- in 'the eady part-'of
: Thi Xilowatts, one of the oldest roug me . boa God Club. The course is.t- m 1 i ,, ..41 'Alr il ,,,T
. i good shape and with the abgbi , ries to decide the 1958 Panama 't., it. '.,ti :. ( s'''''-- '. I lit
-4 teams from point of service in the the seasee hut lance lefluirin rain in the past-few days. t h e -t . -.."7"-------------1--------- , ,, .----- Major .Softball 2. League cham- ' ::.. rvrt;v3its.9to ', ,:, -,k .-,-- 1
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- Boite NV, which outsing cl ' 7 N '''''i '...1' -i ' 4

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, r s 25.enL 'or a 1-4-mt 11-5 victory in - 1 1
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the opener yesterday, will.try to ' I '''
makp it two In al t - -', t's.
W et 0 '1 1.000 ''' w daY whIle
, their rivals go all out to avenge '' :
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;"-, Kent r ; ; i;4 0 1
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f I moui bowlers needed the 1 a 1 : YESTERDAY'S.RESULT (At S R. Y te d ' ''''' '
ante ita Ballpark) es r ay s game got under- ':,- , ro$1..,;',007' ,ZN1:- A- ,111-
' game to gain a tie ,but the Jets s mus , ,,.. , ,.,
8 t I 1'; ad' dijuti g avil7e; g7"baleTIT o-n itiel to take the lgth hole at Irene
' Robinson , way after sportsman Felipe Mot- ,...,. , 1
' come up wIth a 968 game to settle I In
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d I" t '' h the ', rit 'thole both times around. Irene -Is , Bolts W 11, Keni 6 , -, c ..- ,, ta threw a high, outside pitch to '.;-,
had parred the first ',' t , 1,, ,, .
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the issue, - ,- An Y , ,, ,,, ,, ,, Panama Fire Chief Raul Arango ,,'
. , TODAY!S GAME (Ai Santa Rita Ballpark) ,, ., who blooped a Texas League sin- ' i"
, I sJ The winning team of Fuerza Y employe, although absent during; still the contender for the medal- .,., . ,
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I Luz was led by Bob Boyer, capt- the stretch. drive becausa of vaca- ist score. Cleo Burns beat out
gle to ahort left field. t.'-'
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Ir ain and lead-off man. Bob had a , ,
that Cleo played ter usual stea y
tion was a pillar of power during Pearl 'rrim 5-4 but understadnd
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Junior College, ,, -.. .,,,, Game iime: -4:30 p.m. ''' ''' .), ;.- ' capacity crowd which ,., packed 4 ,, i,',--
, , , . .,. , .,. , ,-,,, onl '-trs who lined a balcony on ' 71 ''',.,;" ii
. draw and he WaS replaced by F. ,:,' I ht ' ,, 0 . .; ,-, oo ,, ,-, ,.., .:.:, ,, ,,
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', I ' De Luca who did a .good'job. An- ''. ou'k API"' s ,' the large tenement building ',$ .1,
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which faces the park on West 3;1 ,' NZ,'''"
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as e a good 'luck to. the Kilowatts was
,. George Ilrmquest who came out' d
retirement to pinchhit for the va- C I Bisho wasn't present .- at )", ' , -, -: ,...',..
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tee off time. co wo ,, , I .. ,. .
- .., ,v - ,,,,s, A balioni 'spertator narrowly -, 1,. 7.'.-,,igelo m::";40;01,e. , '-, ''', N.,,e-.4', ',. i 1
. , .. , , . escaped possible seriousi iniury ,,,:,-;!,, ,,, ' -. , .p -., ,s,1 v' l' .4
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, .,,. On 'ruesday,lApril 22, the league -: ' E, ....ji mil h. '' : t ', , - 1 1 ', crash, d to the street below. , s ..IJ- .- -- --..., 7:-...., 's',.h.,- ,,,-
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1 thae,ir.tifehT, with a ,, d'w-- : .....9 .'', 2 .' ' ' ,' ,'", -: : ': .' ' ,. -, '. t ; '.. The mishap occurred in the '' '.'t ",4-..,f,';''.--',.,,-,' -;',..,';'- -2. r' ..r, ,-
Pipl?milit Hills - .. '' ' ' '' '' '. s .' '' --- -'--- '. ., 7. : ':, : a, : 'sixth Inning i after 'Boite W ; -;--,.;-,'",?;.,;:.;--,,.;',.'i',.','..;-'''''' -4.144,, ,,,4 -,.. ,,,,,
Ruth Tortorici won,:irr ma.tcho-,
Crointry CIA. Jack ,Vbss: 'league Si 'ALVIN B.' WEBB Jr. I Tit ru tod : d centertielder Fred Morgan hail - K 1,6461. '.1-.....f-'1';'''';'''f'--','-'''';',''''' ' '&''' pir ',' ,,i
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I secre ary, s a all score., from the board,: much
gou. 'field wall for his second home
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blasted a pitch over, the left- 7' 71111k.-7.7
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; for any one' whe wants to attend. , GREENSBORO,',11.C' (UP) -,; to the relief of a number -ot
The Canal one Ifiterschoiastic The resuls ',of he final : night :; .'
: Heavy rains washed., out "Thurs. ers whose totals had, soared in the 'ton
verr WWriegithateel 3up:' '
and third hit of the game. A of?it :
Third P lilm o A -- A .1 16.11 11 ;!: .710. ,

short of the veranda of the ' 0- ''''''''
- clay 5 uperung lo.litne ruunu me cunt), wail" auu riuno ..117 Klan acil, JU55 5011, ',W6 I. VI, 4
21st. annttal Greater Greensboro The field, paced by' defending
over Hermon .1, 5-4 Open golf tournament and short- champion Stan Leonard o Van tenement and the Ian stretch--

'Sam Shead Whhe S-u-1 ,
catch-it; Fortunately, he a- I JA1"., ze. yv-IP;;XK.'""
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, ,, Springs, W.Va.., is packed with voided following the railing to 1000-.
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,... za wups Ai 9rs guuvl a us ule 'mai o.aL a WI ANUL LAI oaf. Witia 5 great, ,yalc pavenituk, ... i t ,.i,l, r y- ,. , ,, ,,,,,,
' of 135 bad teed off' before-the est golf show of the year., - Boltell, got off to a fast start ,,,4; ,-..,,,',;' AN ,,, ,-- ,,
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gt13awnrmount rorest Countrr, club the Masters at'Augusta,t Ga.; last halt of the, first inning, which -',. '. ,AJL li;,0i,t,fii. ,;;Le''
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ASA,I.F1 M.. A Am thaw, truguly um illimucti guu.., uutagan illUnit In ult 'puunti IN wa wan a tnure-run 'eau t,o work ,..i '-', --,T 1169-... ti,,,,,,, ..,,,), 1 A ,,, offr ,,.
. ''' ' '-' era trudged back to the clubhouse ter that dotted, the laymut, as a on, Eddie tlorrell, who had beat- ' '"''' ,, e ; t
' '1 ' -, while the rain' continuet ",,The result of heavY ,raMS ot last en Kent tw!ce during the regular - '. ,,,,,. 1,--, amr, t' 1'
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flOr vs. Sharpl, weatherman said the prempita- week,' .' '''-', '' ''-, ' season, Started on the hill for the ',0 , e ,,' '. ,
vs,- Lincoln. tion would end by Friday morning In all, the p l a y e r a arriving wtnners.r, ,:,,'-',-- ; ',' - ;
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cM Cue. : but the 6,630-yard- par-71 course from the blasters tournament had
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have it yestardaY, for he permit- , ., , - ,,, .. , 1.., : 1 -,' '.,
tici'vs. Sullivin. still' wil have,, more, water has three days of good weather i In,
oinivik.Sewell., tads .than eve. , which to become, familiar Will) ted four bases on balls, a ground ',' ''',- ,, ' ov ' ''' ''. '' .t -' , ,,.,g,-, .),,
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Ihe medalist has mot been de , : i v.
eided as Cleo Burns and Trini '' --- , ,- '1

) -, 6 6,515 umpiwun ucuis Dere sauce tn. end
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0 ,Ine WAIL 4AA ,110 VAASA MVS,VSAILS MASSA ASV roweus A k I ,,
outs. He made Manuel- Cord. 74 ,571 12 wutijue 4...a.; p.m., - A eL ... 1, I 1
Hernanos ,Yoluve 1.- 6 143 Sid ' ' 4 '' 1' x I.-7in l -r
.rumulena.'duaYA,'.ii'lls.-w, e' ,e,17', :' --;s:-. peSce-Suur-Elbs 11, Lincoln Lift- the Week before 1 , ,,. ba line into a doublitplay on his ,. ,,. . , '4,,V '''"."...: -, k'''''''
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Alan a reminder for Owe wh I ', Gibraltar-Seymour' le one nt three, fe gowie 'inhnclit cecond Pitch and forced Lane rtm,,,.,.A T ...IL.' ni.' ...t,s-. b....' ' ''' ''' ''' .1-' ''' ' '4'1: 1 I

'Nesbitt ", and 'Joyce, forwards; Ex El Rancho ,., , 49 ga-- :their 6 bottles of beer. please,u0 'After a trght, pitcher's: duel -in SUrased salesinan 'who uPset Ar- ', out, with the score rema'intniU
,Morris,, center; Kirkland and Mac- HI. Home ,. "." AM ES
:,' ':, L so some time this .weeit.'T; ,;.1:-,- -:' -the flrot : play-off game, for' .,13 nold Palmer in the' Azalea Doe Rainboa City;: Open, Classifidaiiori ,avaLtioll DliflOA '3H.L9 ',
'': Sottisen: League ',when ,he" hurled' .:''', -, :, ttl Pattin INS ..4 ,-,-, 4',...,1 t ,
, Arthur,' guardg,: .:,i :,1', :,..,... 1-,..,: :. ::,,,: ,Europ,es, Furniture ,,:.. -:..,-,'' tt '... 55 ',-.',i, ,,':,,' ,''' '- N . .: yeari olds-,- ,the 'batters 'tame to one- week before Palmer,Is :victor; ''' 3-2 in favor .!lif Boite W;'":"-
his Powells leant to a (i. to'. 0 'win oti .: 0
1st.'sthaWe over' the league leading DePorti- ,-,', ., -: ': '
alsoa zainsx lo ALI ls ,
life end P.S.E. heat :the L.L.o.s. in, the Masters,.s.,t ,,- ,- .-, :. ,--. -.. l'ea'Prdhein''!twhiehn' ceottistellStevWehrlich
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team :bY :, ell .1I to 10 .score.',The 7 : :'. ., ''' ,..,..'f 17 .. eact.- team, smack, three, !,,titind,-.
PSE.. teeth scored', five' runs in ---. ,, ut- p;o;Ate.to 1130e t; ,,' :
vo BFby Sales. 1::-I ..,,, ..., ..., : , ',,, , ., ,
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,t.Elly ,I,CrEr. 1,44- i'ii R, '..' :::::;,.: .-..,
. ' .: : the first inning, but the insurance ''. -- X 1 ition I ,,.silas-irrd Sanil.siarted 'again t -:' ' i: '''
Drayton but blew'. up in: the7versy -1'k..'"'""'"----6"."1----""-----, .-e- 'I'' ''
:-' 't :: :- :::::::::!::h. ::::::;:!:.;:::, ::.:: I :.:::::::.,';:!:,'.:-::::-: !:,;":ii:-:"::::::::::,;:: :::: : ::: :2; -: '-:: 'TONIGHT,. team came back --with two In'the ,,. C etcher !"'" Edgar Parrii bad
' i ,:- : tw- o-run ,blast in Abe third .a.nd
' -:( "---- ' second-end' five lathe'. third' ','" to '..-."! : , : : Y.:Y. Morgan sinasbed solos 4u !,, t'11 first' inning.' ai his bases-on-balls e : , 4- .. -. :.. : ' .:",
: : take a two-tun lead. -:,..: :1 "'",!,--','''.::,';' : 7- ': '."' -'"'',-!; ,'..."::-:- third and sixth for Boite W.,',.,-, and hit batsmen 'Pilled out his es; ita a'. 1011-'111. ICI 'PI ,r1 ,, )
first defeat ott, the season,' He-has 61,.. .- '.. ', ': ' ''' :''''' I
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, ,, ; :::.: -,!:, :::::::;: : ;,::: ::::::-::::.::,:::::.,::::::'::,;:,-;,,'..::::::::::::::.:..::::::::::!!6N Tn. 'the bottom ot the thh.t1 tbe :-, .,,, -:, : ' lug' four-Master over tiv roof ,of
, ....,:, ....4.,- -,, ,,, Eddie Peussey poked a, tower towerthree
three towerthree wins., ,4- .- :
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P.SE',:made t ,,single"-rms to cut ,,.,.,,,-, ., ,,,, .,... ,,,,,,,,,,,. the rightfield stands and, into C, ,,, ,..- ,, v -,,,, ",,,. , ,
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:Aided.- by SiPp's .wildness.,' the 1 7:00 .'....- TODAY! ,. 9:03 ri
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:, .-- , the lead down to one run. The in- ,,,, ,' 777 ,:,,., ', .,....; ,-. Street, in the fourth with a run
,' ;.::: ::::;::' ': ::::"' ,:ixe 4' :::: surance combination scored three ',, y, ex. .r .,,. ..,
AT M.XICO 6t ill '' Powell started fast and scored -'!" -,-,1 POPULAR 'NIGHT! ; ':
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. - ., le in the fourth to'go' out in front 'by' nue.... ,- .,.., .: 500 0400x 1323 26,0 Roy ',Holness ,' had bases-empty
."-: ner on and Aleiandro Reyes and
five la ..the yery 'first and" then 2 .. -- !, $1.10 per: CAR! : el
blows in the fifth for' Kent. -! - went on ; D : O ''':- : -'" Is ; l'
' out runs: In 'one' ,of the' Most ex-, to win as rayton tom . :,.
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MEDICINE citing finishes of the season-, the ,, perez,' Danics. -(5) Raydon 17)
committed seven! miscues, ting Sales. team. Drayton's record 4
,,, The losers pollnded out -slx.hits pletely handcuffed:the hetit .hit- ii, .::-: ;.,Dosi,s, E. Evig-,,,-,OLDS,,,in,7,;' ':'
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- t .. ,- .; soar ., i -. i P.S,.E. scored five;ru;assto win, the anti .,:e'oilest, Donoso, C,acneux, (2) R1-71 ..."THE 5000- FINGERS -.
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i ::, : N: --:,- .k ,,,I. F:::::qi:i!!!::i:?i;,..:::::;,::::::::,;;;:i!:::m::,::,: '. .c s , flame. -. ;: ' : . -. muerton .(6) I- Ferrer: (IS)" thus far ;Is 'three' in zero. In. his ., -,:. 44
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he hurled- si-, brilliant: "one-hitter.'. al., .,".--'--a 1
' I . ''' N .: l'.. in inenn 'enPnl ' '''' : .. ''' ' ''. ''' ' li Ted bY Wii- I Ir
1, ," .: .', ': :,'' ''' Weszerieldniner- Perez. Lbser 1, Lane, who was re ,e last outing against tile- Firemen, '; :-., OF Dr,T.7.:.... :,, -:', ,..
" end Eo.te W played errorless ball.::
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, : ........................................., .. ............ .. 'Jim Riley; showed mune of the .0-Donosii. HIS,,,. ,ateVens.,:
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,,.,., a, , . fine batting' style :that. won hint .. , '' the contest in till fourth. He was ..,-.... -, ,i -..,, .! ., ., .' ,, a SATURDAY. Its, SUNDAY 1 ,,.
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,, ,,.:::::rp,'!!.::, ...:.:::::.:,:i'aiiii.:',-i;:,MiiMigOaN,: ::,:.:.;:',;: ., ,:.,,D119ELO imam, :.1 ,:,,; ''.. the league batting ebemploiship, :1 As''' p'' .. ' '''''': '- ChOrgedtwith the" toss. . rieldini,atax of :t '' ' '. '-'.''' I
,1 , ,. :,.....:,,,. A ,.., ,, .::.,:., ,,,,.,.,,::,:,:,,::,,:..,.:.:.,.,.,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,:.;,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,.,,,,,,, ::,,::,::::::, ,-, "REVOLT Or FORT -: ,..1. : ortsmeuth, Ohio , he day was Sa- I A'.-pr, 0 I
. WEEKEND ,:,,,,,,,..ACTIONI 1 1
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' when he madi four hits 'in"- four Wasts.'1,(A)-, o00 000 000- 0 5 2 Plate umpire George Cumiser-:
f- i -. :,:::,::::::,':,,,,,--.'-...'.::,-..-;-,:.....-,.....' -:!:::,-- ,.,!:!,!!,:!,!-!?.. ,:i,:-,...---:::.------ ::-.-- -.,:- : :!::::: .. : times at' bat. Included in the four Cinci IN) 't. '-':100 410 00x- 2 -Is' u boAtcls tossed Boite ,,,' W's,,,,stat tOlp,',,OgOlite. into the "holei.twice: at ea - ''' : i os '' :
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MARK, STEVENS' If -, - -.:-
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- hits was. a ou e mi ,. an er Pascual- .-and ,Berneret.,,,Haddit ac s op the short ,in rapid Succession to ,,'' f ' II ''
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.ey I ding bitieri banged ,out a-double .and Salle kik B 1 ,' gamein the fifth, because,' sic'. 'ilot smashes- batk ', handed ',,--:' a: :n d
Y. -r,, 10 cY. ,,:.,. :
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and two' singles in four Dips t:D :,.,. : ; ,, , .. cOrding to the -ar make his throws -to first :for: the 1: ..
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capacities. over a period of seven' dail.' Koutax, -Craig (6), Collum parris, HayneS; Lane (0-1), Wil- i
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Melendez; Gavilan Also Go
In 01,000 Track Feature

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1 Chilean-bred Aguador and Argentine:sprinter Hostigador
clash head-on in quest of their sixth victory of 1958 in the
1 featured $1000 seven furlong sprat tomorrow afternoon at the
1 President Remon racetrack.
1 Sprint champion Double Four, making his first start since
' his one-length 'victory in the 47300 Francisco Arias Paredes
Classico is the probable mutuels favorite to ahip the successful
Aguador and liostigador. Melendez and Gavilan round out a
five horse v :

1 Aguador, ehich will ,have cagey
Julio Rodriguez in thersaddle, and
, Hostigador, winch will be ridden
Iby, Alfredo Vasquez, are tied with
, Joselito at the winningest import import,
, import, ed horses ,of 1958. A victory here
I would make one of them the sole
leader ', .'
1 Hostigador is fresh from an im impressive
pressive impressive victory over Gramilla at
i almost even weights while Agua Aguador
dor Aguador lost to the same Gramilla
while allowing the latter some 16
pounds in his last outing. ilostiga ilostigat,
t, ilostigat, dor has won five of ten starts
.0 while Aguador has equal number
.ef victories in eight starts.
Double 'Four, 'which gets in with
122, pounds, will have the benefit
of his favorite rider, leading joc jockey
key jockey Bratdio Baeza, to do the boot booting.
ing. booting. Here Hostigador will be s dis disadvantage
advantage disadvantage because be has done his
best' running whenever Baeza is
aboard. Double Four, despite giv giving
ing giving away six pounds to both qua,
dor and Hostigador, is expected to
, bet an almost even money choice.
7 Melendez, which has shoiNn stea stea'
' stea' dy improvement in his last two
r starts, could take advantage of a

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- SCOOPER, DOOPER:" Oar fay fay1
1 fay1 orite news hound has-cheCked in
with classified information 4whicki
indicates Syracuse sells:null aspir aspires
es aspires to national football prestige.
Navy, ,,Notre Dame$ Oklahoma.
' UCLA, Wami and Maryland are
' future bookings. A retumwitA At.-
rny is also scheduled.,Notre Dan 11'
C61., '63) is, home and-home ar-,'
rangemenit, so,J4 Navy''pO, ."61.-.'
.: Likewise NOLA, t'63,'64).1 Ok laho:
1 sna is a one shotter (62) ,in the
Sooners' backyard; Syratuse bow bow,
, bow, ed to Notre Dame, .. 0-20,. ill' 'ffiT
l Some of the others are first tim timI
I timI ere ... and some of these -games
I would undoubtedly be played here
if we had a suitable stadium,,f,or
lol
tht Big Town teems with SyriKust
old grads. .' .,.1' .. .' z l' ',
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t SLIDER VS. ORVEI Pay.. Zo
- attention to report Sugar E, Eob Eobk
k Eobk '' bison plans to. battle, Floyd Par Par'
' Par' terson. He wouldn't last 3 rountls
with the. heavyweight c h a m mIlion
Ilion mIlion and nii one knows-this better
han the IlitTleM,EVangeliSt. The
4 -Wiens' Eddi Stanky sayi it.the
eds' Steve Iii lko can get down to
5 pouads he'll be the best first
4seman In the NL this season.
I
F .11e biggest, anyhow. The slider is
I l' defamed as a "10 cent curve," but
'two pretty fain. hitters .., Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams and Stan Miisial.., insist
it,'s harder to hit than an authentic
curve ball. We have yet to see the
1 visiting Soviet wrestlers in action
; but our guess is their favoriteliold'
' r, ii the hanimerlock 'and scythe.,'

' erican hot dog never caught on in
Blimey but indications' are sthe
- hamburger. is due to replace ,the.
1 traditional pork pie with the sports
1 crowds,. over there..,This on ', the
word of George K. WooleZ' who is
- the counterpart of, the, House. of
Etevens in, British catering. Woo Wooley
ley Wooley recently ,completed a study of
' the curious eating habits of our
, fans and 'some -how ,managed to
I survive, which may help' to -exit
Vain why there' will always be a
1 I Main. More food for thought;
rFc. Frank William Leone, son of
Celestine of the famed restaurate restaurate,
, restaurate, yrs, serve meals in the ,otficers
, mess., these days. ..., -.. ...., i.
, KEEP tHE CUPS: A rundown of
'1! names of leading scorers in, the
.... 1lasters sheds further light on the
, relatively minor status of the Na
i! tonal Amateur championship. i
t '' Most of them, including Arnold Pal
,t iter the 'winner, deserted tne situ.
1 i .1.1 pure ranks for the money trail.
! i 3 fact Palmer defected t it e
,ame year C54) he won the ama amateur
teur amateur 'crowns. Oddly, Doug ', Ford.
') who Missed tying by a stroke, was
never much as an amateur; it
t wasn't until he joined the pros that
I,e e veloned 's formidable game.
floss-, t.:lle had to v,otk at it 'o
, keep, tin with '.,the 'win-or-starve, le let
t let '' f'On. tefore pro, golf became bi bi',
', bi', : titsliw's the amateurs 'had no
? T 'ace to turn to cap.taltze on their
' 4,' talents. Now the ycan't wail. Von Von)1
)1 Von)1 sPoitrt.ttle,, the amntPor champion champion'
' champion' s',ip ) l'ns el i -,' 11 '.4
little- 1 t) G,';er, a (21j,.1 Evans,
', l'ran-'s Oni net, Lob Jones, Law Law'
' Law' 1 ton 1,,,,,te or the like. ,

OLD GUYS FALTER: The eon eone;tions
e;tions eone;tions under which 'the Miters
is played are particularly invit invitig
ig invitig to..tho gray beards. Each day's
I ay is limited to 18 holes: (In the
alinnal Open, the last day's PlaY
4- ails tor 36 holes.) Yet, in pres pres,
, pres, f nnne of the old I
, 4,0,,0liN, Sneads, Dem- ,4
; :Is a moiracing factor.
os 4 3 1113sical strain may
: s to norve control.,
' r r' for the. I

suicidal pacesetting battle among
Double tour, Hostigador and A Aguador'Melendez
guador'Melendez Aguador'Melendez will have hust hustling
ling hustling Fetnando, Alvarez in the pilot pilotLongshot
Longshot pilotLongshot specialist Gavilan show showed
ed showed great improvement in his 'last
start in which he failed to qualify
for the National Guard Classic
but gave a lood account him himself
self himself most'of the distance.'
'Ten other interesting races are
included on an attractive Satur Saturday
day Saturday program.

nacetracic

By CONR
!lFitito
2Emily Mary
3-41aps ,.
4Don Luis
5Francisquito
toGolden Corn 11
7Sabotaie 11
IThe Lord
-qtEnglish Wonder
10Double Four
11Mouche

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1 .Cachatax
Go liat
Bisnquita
',Notition(o)
Toxic
'' Itcasay
4 :Bost
Lark
Grand Finish
Aouador
Colleen's Wish

lead, was ideally pla,ced as the fin final
al final round started, with.rounds in
72, 7f; Typically, -the mil IOW'
aire. hillbilly proceeded to. blow
to sloppy 79.
! ONLY' Ti4,111tAVIS: Spring is
the' timefor optimism, and bOse..
'ball manager's drink deep of the
heady elixir of -hope-' Far--,. from
conceding that the Braves will re.
peat, thealteds'oBirdie4rebbets ev evenAtieitions
enAtieitions evenAtieitions the validity o: their
'57 romP.., ''They picked uP, nine
'games 'in 10 days ,late in August
and all of siudden one of the
tightest races in NI, history:be.
came a shambles. Everything
broke right for them. The contend.
'era he'ped, by beating one another,
That won't happen' again. It :just
isn't In the cardS!' Maybe so.
But it could be in the Braves. (No
tittering, please.)

, SLIDER VS. 0.1RVE: Pay'. Zo ',I '.- -----: 0 -
attention to report Sugar R, Rob,
RE SQNG DATES: The 1C.C. Ath Athbison
bison Athbison plans to. battle' Floyd Par Parleties
leties Parleties are jocularly hnown as the
terson. He wouldn't last 3 rounsis
Yankees' ,farm t club, so many
with the, heavyweight c h a m- Stadium rejects wind uP there. To
Ilion and nii one knows-this better Manager Harry' Craft, this is not
han the IlitTleM,EVangeliSt. The an unmixed blessing... "It takes
-hitans' Eddi Stanky sayi if.the most of them about a year to quit
eds' Steve Bilko can get down to feeling sorry rfor themselves and
5 pousds he'll be the best first get down to business." ,... Edna
4seman In the NL this season. Morrison, Mayonne. NJ., p o s t t.1:e
.1:e t.1:e biggest, anyhow. The slider is cards: "Do you know we have a
defamed as a "10 cent curve," but bowling team here at the ESso re.
two pretty fair, hitters .., Ted Wit- fining plant that calls itself, the
liams and Stan Mtisial... insist Esso Beesr ,..Why Edna! i
it,'s harder to hit than an authentic Sending up' missiles is one thing,
curve ball. We have yet to see the but how many scientists can fly a
visiting Soviet wrestlers in action box kite? Aside to Al. O.: A
but our guess is their favoriteliold cheek revealed "Alexander's Meg
is the hantmeriock 'and scythe,' Time 131md" was published in 1311.
- -.'-',--- . This would be about the time the
MATTER OF TASTE: The 'Am- "Memphis Blues" appeored give
erican hot dog never caught on in or take st year or 80. The Easter
Blimey but indications' are sthe rain fell on eggs an eggheads alike.,
hamburger is due to replace ,the What could ,be fairer?

WARNS ON SPACE
John P. Stapp, Air Force medico
and famotis space-flight pin.
neer. warns that the U.S. Inust
launch a man into space within
the next five years to beat the
Rus,ians. He urges the U.S., as
quickly as possible, to send up
a satellite containing a chim
panzee and try to return the
animal safely to earth. That--
done, he says, it would be tare
to send a man into space.

' REDUCE BIRD ACCIDENTS
NtVit YORK (UP)-- The beacon
on top of the, Empire State Build Building
ing Building will be turned of: next Mon Monday
day Monday to keep migrating birds from
being ton used. The, Audubon ,,So ,,Society
ciety ,,Society said the budding manage management
ment management had agreed to its suggestion
to turn ()tithe light because when
ctouds are low, birds crasn into
buitoincf,

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P.P. Hors Jockey

lst Rsce, Ith Series Imp. 7 Ft,. -Furst sue roomosts 1:co
FIRST RACE OF TIIE DOUBLE.

1Coron. Day Julio Rodri.
2Rutilante Flores
3Fifito H. Gustines
4Paquetito F. Alvarez
SDagon M. Hurley
6Cachalaz B. Batza
7,Lyrical H. Ruiz
8(P. Vanidad J. Cadogan
9(Miss Patience Alfaro
10(Riscal A. Vasquez

2nd Hace "Special" Imp. 1 Fss. Purse $850 4 Peet 'doses 1:30
2NO RICE oy THE DOUBLE , I

gVEN
504
30-1
10-1
t EVEN
, EVEN

1-4mily Mary, R. friction 110 Form indicates
2--Voltage Aguirre 108 --Morning glory
3Noyton Spring Castillo 115 -:-Has good 'speed
4Gay Legend R. Vasquez 112 --Depends on starts
5Jackbit' H. Gustines 108 Dangerous this time ;
6Sober View A. Allan) 105xStill plenty green
7NoW Then R. Gomez 108 Bad actor at Post ".
8Achieved E. Dario 100 -arid early speed
9Goliat -A. Ycaza 112 fight it out Y.,

3r Itsee,"G" Natives 1 Fgs. :Purse $375
, , ONE TWO

H. Gust !nes Il0
2So lito B. Baeza 108
.,3---Bagdad v C. Quiros 100x
4--La Gada Ladra Alfaro 100x
5Sapa R. Vasquez 113
8--Don Manue1 A. Iteaza 110

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4th Race Non-Winners Nat. 4 IP.

1.Don LW B.. Aguirre 113 --Should -score off
2Pilluelo A; Jordan 115x.-Nothing to recommend
2.',--Don Vito A. Reyes R. 105 Not good enough 1'
4Ifictorio,,,', D. Barret 1017x Rider only handicap ',
5Idntica s", C. Ruiz 103 ;-Showing improvement'
8(Noticin T. Alvarez 103 Nragtly,improved "' :
7-010e0c011 G., &inches 110 --College Boy-Marsellesa

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5th Race "E" Nativei 1 ?urge $375 Pool Close' 1:00,
1-Toxic A. Alfaro 1.05z;-Enjoyhig rare form
2--FrantisqUito Oustines 115 ,-Seems 'sure thing"..1, 2-5
' 3-Ocean Stir .C., Ruiz 115 -Could surprise.
4-L-Radical B. Aguirre 108 '-Apparently off form
5-Damadura O. Chants pa. 4:-Not with this rider
13te F. Sinchez 102x -Would pay off 10-1,
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r. FIRST RACE OF THE, DOUBLE 4:
1-0r0 Purito-f E., Dario' 106 -;-11sit yell in 4-1
, Of The, IyOrld Aguirre 112.1.-411.rzing early 'speed : 5!1
3--Ticitraro-; Thrienez 115 -41ast eithng !finish
CAtomic Been -105, 'effort in lase 104
15-Matriciado C. Bovil.' 113. 1-Could score again 3-1
6-70olden: Corn '7:Phillips. 113 4-Dangeiout this time 3.1
7-Ezcasay R. Visquer 0.-Mutuela favorite 2-1
i 8-The Squire "11f,... FlOrea'113di7Should be 'close tIrc ',.,' 10-1
: 9-r(13lue Zulu ,h: Gonzales 100 !.;.:-Creditable race 10-1
104kSale1:0..,' MilOrd trht -Nothing to' ittdivitt-' .' 10-1

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1-.--Sabotaie II R. 00met 115 -..,Despiteweek ride
,', A. Vasquez 113' Impressive win last
3Elko ., G. Bedoya 115x Early speed only,
A...Best B, Baeza 118 Will fight it out
5Maria Stuardo Hurley 11.0, Could' surprise' t
6Silver 'Reels Jos Rode, 1.08"Not in this voup
G. Milord 105x Mustgo lower
$Paquiro A. Yeaza 113 ,Bsek in good form

lith Race "Special" Imp..1 'Purse 1650 Pool Closes 4:40
1Phillipipon Jos Rodrl, 110 --His iood rating 1S-1
2Lark R. 0,,omes 105 Ran well in last 2-1
3--The Lord IL yisquez,118 :Shouldn't miss here EVEN
4Riotous "OE Bovil 103 :,-Allazing early speed 3-1
5-4-Segador A., Gonzalez 1,03 ,Better this week -," 5-1
6-41sooacia M. Hurley 110 ,Should be close up 44
11Tizianristiatr110 Has shown nothing 7- 15.1
8Play B C.',Quiros 102x Lacks early, speed 10.1
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115 --Could go all the way
113 Form indicates:
113 Dangerous contender.
113 Completely brushed
110 Should be close up
113 :Could go all the way
110 Usually disappoints
102x --Impressive win last
115

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1Mikel r B. Baez& 105 3nekey may belp
2Loho r. Ito; 110 iBig disaopointment
3English Wonder H. Gus. 104 --Bad start In list
4The Gipsy R. Vasquez 113 1Last was revealing
5Don Dani E. Dario 104 ...Good early speed
6Cypress Bull H. Ruiz 104 Has late foot
tGrand Finish M. Burley 113 Could surprise
8-01ohe Trotter F. Alva. 108 Always dangerous
9-4Cartillero G. 13edoya 97x -4Ias strong rmish
lo-.(my Friend E. Jullan,110 '.Nothing reeentlg
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Jockey should help:
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Nothing recently' ",
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1melndez F. Alvarez 105 ';Could make it hers ; 2-1
2--Hostigador A. Vasquez lit ,Tougher field now 3-1
3bouble Four B. Baeza 122 Tough assignment 3-2
4Gaviln A. Reyes R. 105 Would pay off '20-1
5--Aguador Julio Rodri. 118 In fight to 'intik 2-1

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llth Race Ith Series Imp. 7 flps.lourse $400' Poet Closes 6:10
1Mouche G. Sanchez 11S S, hould beat, these 1,-5
2,4ntroduction B., Aguirre 116 -1-Not in top form 10-1
3Colleen's Wish R. Cristian 103 --Rates good chance S-2
4--Chivilingo Bold' 118 --Irsually trails 30-1
5Ztimar B. Baez& 118 --Knocking at door 21
6Dawn Song A. Gonzales 103 Better this week,

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LA$ KOWLING LEAGUE
- joyoria Mercurio 19 13
Cerveza Balboa 21 11
Joyeria Mercurio 19q 1312
Marlboro 4 19 ,13
Rambler, Hull Motors 17 15
La' Mascot a 16 16
Smoot and' Paredes ;", 13: 18
Rodelag ; 13 19
Volkswagen ,- 23'
Ramblers ,4,.,La Mascots 0
The Hull Motors, "(Rambler) are
still-In high spiritss and continued
their steady climb by taking all
four points from La Mascots. On
their way up they scored the best
series of Ahi y6ung season and
one of its members moved up to
the first spot in the "best, indivi individual
dual individual series" department.
Luis Friedman, sponsoring La
MaseotCwas present and he was
very pleased even though his
team came out' in the short end.
A.' Ta3tor 'was the one with the
best series at a 533, clip., R. La'
Grange helped with a 469. For La
Mascot& it was the steady bowl.'
Ing of M. Nunez with a 513 series
while Fa Aguirre helped with 384.
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Marlboro 4 Smoot ansl Paredis

The second clean sweep of the
evening Vent in favor of the Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro team over the Smoot and Pa Paredes'
redes' Paredes' men. It, was not an say
task but it was idone and
the leader was again H. Hervey
with a 449 series followed' closely
by, F. Dominguez with 427 se series,.
ries,. series,. For,Smoot end Paredem.
wag H. Morehouse 'and M. Trevi Trevino
no Trevino with 381and 328 Wh, '
Carvpsa Balboa 4, Vs litwagio 0
, There Was 't third dean sweeo
onlhis bowling session and this
one, went to ,the Cenral' ,:Balboa
team taking .all four points from
the Volkswitgent It war a .01ce
present te M. Di !ford on his birth.
day.t They4a144 movio tin tot.firet
4ilace.,0 Terrell and R. nab! wAre
the best fur tha fervezs Balboa
with. 4,419 and a 407 respectivelY
J. -Vasquez and'e, Paoli were a
gain the twoiliest for the Wolkwa Wolkwagen
gen Wolkwagen with' a' 490 end' a '349 each.

'Mercurio Jewelry 2, lied leg 2
It Was' a splIt'on alleys' one And
two between the Mercurio Jewg1-
,ry and the Itedelag team, limey-,
-et, it roet flyet,place,to the jeWel jeWel,er;
,er; jeWel,er; 11114 lhey relthquished'..1V to
the !'"brewete"' from 'the ,Cerveza
Balboa.' ,''

: Francisco ,Ascarrags, was sprir

.ent to represent the,Rodebg sponsor-and,
Roberto AZil) wwas also
there wepresenting the :Mercurio
Jewelry.:Davila, from Rode Ise,
came. in with a. 433 series ind E.
Aryloltbad a, 394. R was C, Get,
st a 419 and Mir Ands with
393 the best .two from the
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BOWLING LANES CLOSED
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The bowline Jams at the Dia-.1
Me Service Center aro closed,-
it wet inneunced by the Supply
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The lanes are closed fee re refinishing
finishing refinishing as has been the custom
for the past several years. They
will remain closed until further
neticoi, .

SHIPPERS DISCUSS SLUMP
N. LONDON (1111-,-The world's
leading maritime ,nations will
meet here to discuss the shipping
slump that has laid up several
million, tool; of ,tanker and dry
cargo vessels. The 17 member na nations
tions nations of the International' Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Shipping will ho'd a one oneday
day oneday closed conference April 16.
',mon.

-Chilean turfman Servo Kohon,
jockey Hector. Sales and trainer
Hernando Gonzalez arrived on the
Isthmus yesterday. Kohorr's sta stable
ble stable of nine horses. which Iv I
race under the ,C;hilean's rotors,
here, also completed, the' trip in,
good shape.
The nine thoroughbreds are Ca Caracoles,
racoles, Caracoles, Saremo, liaranoa, Cuqui Cuquita,
ta, Cuquita, tBebader, Soutnik, Gazapo, A Aviadora
viadora Aviadora and Michaux.
Leading Chilean jockey Ferns Fernsflo
flo Fernsflo Toro; reportedly under contract
to ride here, did not make t h e
trip.,

Tyack manager Pablo A. Tha Thayer
yer Thayer has once more eliminated
admission prices for Sunday on
the occasion of, the running if
the SUMO National Guard Clas Classic.
sic. Classic. Entrance to all dependen dependencies
cies dependencies of tho racetrack will be
There will be'plenty of music
for fans in both the clubhouse
'and the-main grandstand. The Na National
tional National Guard Band will furnish
music for the clublfouse patrons
while the Jhhnston Boys Combo
will beat out hot rhythms for the
grandstand fans.

Parasorati Ar-ientine colt that
has won in his native Argentina,
arrived via plane today to trice
under the color& of JulioMeica JulioMeicadm
dm JulioMeicadm -
ticanwhille,Perdulario-, classy
Argentine horse, is being, waited
by Carlos (Chicho)- de Guar Guardia.
dia. Guardia. It ham been reported that the
hi;h-riced' Perdulario v pill,-

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TROPHY PRESENTATIONVictor Herr, Exalted Ruler of the Canal Zone Lodge 1414 BP0 Elks,
honors the champions of the Pacific Little Lenue. As has been the custom for years, the Bal.
boa Lodge, of the Elks awards Oscars to each member Of the winning team in the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little League., This year Spur Cola, under the guidance of Walt Mikiluch, won both halves of the
split 20-game season. Shown here is Herr, presen.ting award to Little Leaguer Grosz while hap.
py teammates are beaming in the background. - '

Boat Oran Kist! This is.' the
hue and cry of the teilms in the
American Legion Junior Baseball
League as the season draws to a
close. Orange Kist, with a one and
one half game lead over second
place Westinghouse can clinch
the pennant by winning their two
weekend games to be, played at
the. Balboa Stadium.
, A doubleheader is scheduled for
Saturday beginning 410 p.m.
In the first game Westinghouse
will play, host to the visiting Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance teath of Cristobal.
Westinghouse elotilti take t si
game. Elipected to pitch for West-1
inghousi is "Chico" Martin, who'
has k-2

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The second gime will see the
fourth place- Spur Cola. nine o
Gatun taking' on Atm', ileague
leader 'Orahge.,1Clat. Thin tArkt, a
must game for Spuir'Oola,- as a
Ios,s will virtually elithinatet any
f their i overtoming
the lead held bY Orange Kist. Or Orange
ange Orange Kist being hard' pressed
by Westinghouse 'Who they win
the first game of Saturday's twin
bill will be only one game be behind,
hind, behind, and could take' over 1st,
place pereentage wise if Orange'
Kist loses Saturday's game.
1 Sunday's game will see! Orange
Kist and Westinghotise in what
' shapes up as the most important
game of the ,Jeague. Depending
on the outcome of the previous
day's play this game will be a,
fight for first place,Westingliouse,
on, paper,- is picked to win. They
have a better bench and what is
more inmortrant :Westinghouse has I
three starting- pitchers compam I
to one 4or Orange Kist.
SOLDliltS BEG iOOD
CHUNCHON, Korea (UP )---More
than 10(t Korean army recruits
were forced to beg (or food froni
townspeople here because of a is
lay in the arrival of supplies, The
newspaper Korea Daily, News
said esterdayi The reerui
were tot fed 'or. more than 24
hourg atter their arrival here at
an Armyk. replacement depot en
route to duty on ,the truce,line.
the ewspaper I

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cipate in the $15,000 May 4 Pres President
ident President of the Republic Classic.
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';''' Alfredo Turner, who submitted
hitt entry'yesterday, brought the
number of hooefulI1jockeys" for
' the May 4 gentleman riders' race
to 17. Since no more th an ten
torses can be accomodated in the
starting gates a "capacity s test"
will be held to boil the field down
to ten jockeys.
, During the first three months of
1957 a total of $138,800 was d I s stributed
tributed stributed in purse mono This
year $157,150 have been paid ous
or an increase of $18.350 over Iasi
year for)a correspondfng period.
',,, Loans during the first trimes trimestral
tral trimestral period total $42,396.90 b u
841.139.22 have' been collected
from previous debts.
Boyton Spring and Jackbit
wore tho only two shorsos sold
this week Boyton Spring will
rut for tho Stud 4:30 onsior tho
trining of Joan A.. Jimenez ill
b 'tinning tomorrow. ,
Jackbit, which goes ha tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's lecond race along wil iBoy iBoyton
ton iBoyton Spring, was, sold by the Stue
'Buena Fe to the Stud Chiriqui.
1 Sotero Rudas is Jackbit's n o si
trainer. ., .,' ; ..,
1 Dagon, sold last, week to Jorge
Nagnes, has been turned over Ito
Gilberto 'Porde Greaves for train train,inr...
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- Hopelessly fractious Amat was
acquired last week by Jose TOT'
chin who will train the slow-coa"al
,CID',n forge himgrl ---, I

! Els Panama Hilton, who have
been Idle for almost two weeks,
will journey to the Atlantic Side
to do battle with the Insurance
melt of Cristobal. This game will
be played at Fort Davis.,
In Wednesday's game ,Orange
Kist downed the Westinghouse nine
by a score of 5. Martin, pitch:
ing for Westinghouse. struck out
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three hits apice accounting for all
the hits for Orange Kist. ?
On Sunday Westin,,house took ?
the measure of Spur Cola 1-7. This
was a hard one for the Sourmen
to having went ahead in the ear.-
ly innings and stayed there until:
the eighth when Westinghouse ea,..
pitalized on a bunch of hits a n 4.,
poor fielding went ontfo win by
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inghouse ea.
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jockey Hector. Sales and trainer ident of the Republic Classic.- - , ; : -f.
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Isthmus yesterday. Kohorr's sta- ';''' Alfredo Turner, who submitted .. , -,
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race under the ,C,hilean's rolors number of hopeful-11jockeys" for .i
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DOOPEE:- Oar fall- lead, was ide
fund hae-cheCked in al rotind sts
1 infoririation 4,Whicki 73, 7f; Sti.
muse kris:null aspir- aim hillbilly
football prestige. to a sloppy
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ancl Matirland are
gs. A retueu,witA At.- the time,for,
heduled.,Notre Dank. ball manage
home and-home ar- heady elixir
NaVy',(,;39, :'61; concedin& th
Okiiho- Peat, the Rel
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sbotter ,5, 0 ,,
:yard; SyraCuse how- r ,.
Dame, ..0-20, 'a: games in is
others are first tim- and ail of a
Ime of these -games tightest reef
Itedly be played here PIT,
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teems with pyrart That won't
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But it could
tittering, ple
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Torts Sugar R, Rob,
:4;r battle' floYd Par, E SQNG
leties are joi
ouldn't last 3 rounsls
xansees
eavyweight chain mSta.,daiuginer rnejae
ne knows-this better
lem,Evangelist. The 6"
an Uninixed
Stauky sayi it.the
ilko can get down to most of them
feeling sorry
!'ll be the best first t d t
the NL this season.' (' awn
Morrison, MI
inyhow. The slider is cards: "Do
t10 cent curve," but bowling team,
hitters Ted Wil- fining plant
tan insist Esso Beesr
hit than an authentic sending no,
e have yet to see the but how man
; ...wrestlers in action box kite? A
is their favoriteliold cheek reveal
irlock 'and scythe.,' Time Blind"
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11 TASTE: The 'Am- ,,,memnbia Bi
g never caught on in or take s ye
ndications' are the rain fell etre
due to replace ,the What could
k pie with the sports

Ali, rounds; in
eta as Ine ith-Race, etliBeries insp. 7 Fgs; Purse $400 ''', "Clos es
r,'-the .FIRS,T4B,AUE GE TRE DI3.11111..
!ded to. blow E., Dario' 106 -,11ail.'well in last, :
' Of The World Aguirre 1111,-41trzing early 'speed
finish,
'3..-Picararo, Jimenez 115 -.Hast strOng!
rEsi gprultis
CAtomic Spring'. lc Baeza -105, 4Week 'effort in last
sra' C. Bovil., 113- h-Could score again
deep of.' the
Corii'rPhillips -113 1Dangerous this time
Far from 7Ezcasay R. Vasquez' llroMutuela favorite ,,,
,raves will re
frebbets tr. Squire '','.1K.E1Ores'lltti-,-Should be close up,
o: 9 (Blue Zulu IA,. Gonzales 109 !....traditable race last --
0--t-iSalirP q G.' MilOrd 97s Nothing, to, in.tliC.St- A
licked uP, nine ,1 k,- ,, i- :t. :;:; ,:i
late in August i.
t one ofi. ,thc .: ;
'I, history be- 7th Race; ith Serlei Imp,7 Purse $491 Pont Closet!
E -DOUBLE ,; :
.; Everything ,, ;ND RACE OF TR-, ,7-
The contend- -..,
g one another, :1---Sano,tai 00met' 115 ',,Despite weak rider
again. :Just A. Visnuel 115' Impressive win last ;
.4... Maybe so, 3Elko ,; G. Dedoya 115X --Early speed
e Braves:1N ;14Best. B, Baeza 118 ,Will fight it ,out

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the Big Town I
eld grads. -,
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, attention to rei
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terson. He woi
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A ingk vu um r 4.1r,,,,,i,,,,,,rmov,tv,,,,,g.".T.P.,,,,,,,,,,99'4.1
r 7Grand Finish M. HUrleY 113 4.,outo surprise . iJ
toolez' who is 1 8Globe Trotter ,; IP. Alva. 108 --Always dangerous,. 1 3-1
he, House. of te .
i 9tCartillero G. i3edoya 97x --, Has strong rmish 151
stering. Woo- t 10-.(My Friend E. Jullah,110 "Nothing recently 15-1
KI a study of
obits of our
,managed to 1 ,
help to flex- s 10th Race, lst Series Imp, 7 rits.Perse $1000 r Pool Closes 5:41
always be a i
, 1--Melndez F. Alvarei 105 ';'..-Could Make it here 2-1
for thought; , 2--Hostigador A. Vasquez litt ,--Tougher field now , 3-1
Leone, son of i 4
d restaurate- i i ' 3Double Four B. Baeza 122 --Tough assignment 3-1
the .otticers k t t, ,
4Gaviln A. Reyes R. 105 --Would pay off ,, ., , 20-1
,
5--Aguador Julio Rodri. 118 In fight to 'intik 2-1
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A rundown of
.orers in, the 1 llth Race Ith Soriss Imp. 7 flps.tourss $400 Pool Class' Mt
' light on the
us of the Na- ,I 1Mouche G. Sanchez 115 Should beat, these 7,-5
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hampionsilin.1,, i 2,--Introduction B Aguirre 118 -1-Not in top form . 10-1
.,
ig Arnold Pall 3Colleen't Wish R. Cristian 108 Rates good chance 5-2
1 Arh;,,n;ndA ri Anvil lin 1Tsualls trails 30-1

Pool C oses

re oft EVEN
recommend 504
nough 30-1
handicap 2-1
iprovemenf 10-1
roved "' : 'EVEN
y-Mareellesa EVEN

: ;Cart-Zvi-odd-take advantage 'of .x 1 11-.Moucce :. t.:up,ect o 7,6o. : ,:- .. ,.. .. ., ,, : , s fl.,. , ,. ,, ,.
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- '( . ''. : '' ' i ', ith Ries "E" Natives' 1 Fgt.' ?urge $375, Pool Close' 3:01
' ', '.. '.1.' "t.... ,, y ?,- --,1,:,,,... , .,.-,' 1 Toxic ''';''' A,. AltIr0 105x A-Enjoyhti rare form s.,1 3-
, . ;
, ,,-.. ',t ,.' .!, --,. r , ;., ,,- '4 ,, 2-'-Irrantisquito ,Gustines 115 ,-Seems 'sure, thing":, l',. .2-1
's ;
i :,t , 'A .) : '''. -- : r, 3-Ocean Stir ,- .C.- Ruiz 115 -Could surprisi .., ., ; ,.,15,
,
I
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.. i, 4-L-Radical E. Aguirre 108 '-Apparently off form !,,. 100-'.
.4 L 5,,...,.,,,, 5-Damadura O. Chants pa. t;Not with this rider ,),. .. '35-'
.., ,. ..
t ' '' ''," '." '''' ". 6-'-131ack )3te : P. Sinchez 102x -Would pay off ..-.., "e, :.. 10-1

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10-1
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, 5--Maria Stuardo Hurley tiu, coma surprise'
11Silver 'Heels Jos Rodrl, 108"-Not in this group 15
' G. Milord 105x Mustgo lower '-, .4 25-:
.C, Ath- $Paquiro itt.'Ycaza 113 ,--Back in good form

' ith Race "Special" Imp.,1 Pis. forge 1650: Pool Closes 1:41
' 911INIELA
1--Pbillipipon ;Jos Rodrl. ioisfrathli 15-
. 2Lark ,, ; R. sq0mes 105 Ran well in last 2-1
1Tho TArd visouez 1111 ---Shouldn't 'miss here EVE!,

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11Tis Ian R, pristlan'110 Has snown notntng ':- ., la-I
1Play B C.sQuiros 102x Lacks early speed .',, 10-1
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FOR INFORMATION
'; FOSTER'S Cassis and Latial
Bosch Hoots., Ono mil Past the'
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS MelinaIs Catalpa,
Santa Clara R. 4tt P. Phone Pa.,
manta 3.1377 Cristsbal 3-1673.
Houses
; FOR RENT Now chalei, .3
' bedroom living-dining room,
maid's room. porch and garage.'
Cornor Paseo Cinceentenarie
and 7th Ave. Coco del Mar'
(San Francisco). Tel. 3-3005.
FOR RENT Cha threi bed bed,
, bed, 4i teems $175.00 s AV.". 9'
No. 40, Li Crests. s
' By OSWALD JACOBY
Writton for NEA St)rvico
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r Corner Paseo Cincventenatio
and 7th Ave. Coco del Met
4:' (San, Francisco). Tel. 3-3005.
FOR RENT Chalet three bed bed41sa,
41sa, bed41sa, roams 5175.00 s Avenue 9,
I No. 40, Le Crests.
fir 4pro!..
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- By OSWALD JACOBY
IWritton for NEA Sorvico

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leadIF 6

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es another young mathetnatician,
4ho plays extremely ,good bridge.'
writes8,
' "The ,four-spade''',contract wka
not the soundest in the World but
I am 'Sure there have been much
rose ones. They had really start started
ed started off badly. I ducked the' heart
lead In dummy and East won with
the queen. Back came the thref
of tliarrlds and I finessed the
, oucco. Mack tame the three of
tlialklonds and I finessed the queen
West took his king and led anoth another
er another elamond which East ruffed.;
tricks gone Ind tossible
.loers all over the hand. Still there
, was one ray of hope. East return
ed the three of clubs and West's
, jack forced dummy's king. It look look,
, look, t-I Its If Era had started with five
' clubs, five hearts; two spades awl
diamond. In that case the hand
was home and I proceded on that
"I led a diamond from flUMM.
last stuck in his queen of spades.
- It wasn't doing him an good one
the uppercut might embarrass me
, overruffed with the ldng and lei'
a trump to dummy's ace. East
showed out and it looked as if ev everything
erything everything would be all right.
"I, ruffed dummy's laat die
inond.. led a spade and finessed
slummy's nine..The jack of' sped sped'44
'44 sped'44 picked up West's last trump and
'the deuce of spades squeezed East
to death. He bad to unguard eith eith:er
:er eith:er the club or the heart and either
discard would be fatal!!
t A very nice squeeze that shows
there la a silver lining to almost
' ;any cloud.

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, QThe bidding :las been:
East South West North
, ;1 Double 2 V Double
c Van Pass Past
.
You, South, hold:
4K1112 Vt dAQIS 4K172
What do you load?
iL ATito deuce et hearts. You
-levant la start getting rid et de deelarer'o
elarer'o deelarer'o and dummy trumps right
' TODAY'S QUESTION
'""-' You' hold the same hand. The
ibidding has been:
!East S00 West North
't Double 2 3 ,
What do you dof
- AnsWer Tomorrow
Medical Officer
:Studies Handling
, h
-ObnOxious Fumes
1faj Itaiph. b. Singer, chief cf
,preventive medicine, USARCARIS
k Surgeon's Office, will depart to tolay
lay tolay to attend a 10tday occupation.
al health course at the Army's En En''vironmental
''vironmental En''vironmental Health Laboratory.
'Army Chemical Center, Edgewood,
1,1d. I
: Singer, who is responsible for
ohealth,measures in the'', various
:shops, such as Ordnance and En En,"
," En," roneer, will take part in the an an..
.. an.. clinic-which-deals with prob prob:Ioms
:Ioms prob:Ioms that' arise in carrying out
this mission.
Anolber other subjects to be (Bs.
,01 At the Chemical C-0er will
oxious chemicals arid film
1 excessive noise levi'3.

it !East South West Neigh
4 GO tUl ma a

, What do you dof '"

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tiedical Officer
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IS-FOR SALE
TELEPHONE 2-0743

' ATTENTION. O. I.1 Just built
modern turnialisst IPSfh110111 l
2 Wilsons& bet. cold wets,.
Phone Pananse-3-4941.
FOR RENT -- Furnished' one
bedroom apartment, Riviera
, building, Nato Arosemena Ave,.
No. 10, Bella Vista. Phone 3-
384. :
I
FOR RENT Two bedroom i igartmant,
gartmant, igartmant, 2 bathrooms, largo
dining and living rooin, separ separ'aie
'aie separ'aie maid's room, with bath, hot
, water, garage, unfurnished, 'in
high cool locality, all screened,
in El Cangreio. Telephones: of of.
. of. lice hours 2-0321 after hpurs
-
Reluctant spinster, bachelor, or
- well, behaved couple to cam
elegant eacation home from A April
pril April 15 to July 1st, cool, terri.
fir, new. All services, huge trar-
garlihn Call 3-3387 between $
' end 7 p.m. ior appointment.-
FOR RENT Furnished. one
bedroom modern apartment,: All
, conveniences, garage. 168 Via'
Bellisario Pouts.
FOR RENT ,,,,--- Completely fur- ',
, nished, atr conditioned apart..",
mont, Hi-Fi Set, desirable rest reststentiat
stentiat reststentiat section, 3 bedrooms, '-
$250.00 for 3 months only. ,'','
Call 3-4840.1 'r
FOR RENT Furnished ono
and two bedroom apartment with
balcony.' Federico 'Boyd ,No. 1.
Phone 3-1516. :'
FOR RENT -- $75.00 Modem
1
furnished apartment, 51' street,
Number 30.. Call 3-2097 or 3-
.7069,
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartMerit,
Merit, apartMerit, bedroom,' livingroom,.
ingroom, porch, kitchen, iseauti
ful View, centrally located, cool,
quiet. Phone 3-0276, '3-0811.
FOR RENT Beautiful, mod.;
ern furnished two bedroom a apaitmenc
paitmenc apaitmenc Good residentiql area.
Reasonable price. Perk Avenue
No. 3740.
FOR RENT---Moiern, seacious,v
furnished three bedroom apart.
meat. Pens- Avenue No, 37-20. r
FOR REFIr.';41 furnished apart.'
moot,' tool, gss stove, re-,
trigerator, garage 182 Via ,11,
P San Francium, Phone 3.,
5582. t
Picture 011 Amish
Farmei, Mule Sled
Wins Photo Cintist
1' NEW YORK- (UP)-4 perfectly I
composed,. story-tefing picture of 1
two Amish'. farmers driving
mule-drawn sled past a long line ;
of -snowbound trucks won the $251
first, prize in the monthly United
Press newspictures contest for
March for Bill Martin, staff pho photographer
tographer photographer at WGALfiTV, Lanced Lanceder,
er, Lanceder, Pa., UP executive picture edi editor
tor editor Harold Bumenteld announced
yesterday.
March produced so Many high
caliber newspictures that three
rather ,than the usual two prizes
of $10 each were awarded. They
went tO Jose Martinez, UP string stringer
er stringer at Lima, Peru; Lorenzo DiaZ,'
Cifra Grafica staff photographer,
...Madrid; and Frank Klimek, UP
staffer in Chicago.
The 1 monthly United Press
newspictures contest is poi to
newspaper and television photog photographers,
raphers, photographers, free-lancers and ama amateurs
teurs amateurs everywhere in Addition to
UP staffers and stringers.,All pic pictures
tures pictures accepted for the service are
considered automaticaly as con contest,
test, contest, entries and prizes awarded
aro in additioli to fees psid to 1
non-staffers. 7 I
!4.1.14n4.1!:s...t.,,h.liti:-,".:::ii
4.0.0.plt...'10:.Sland.:.
Oli-iiiii0R00.::.,Trade
TAIPEI,' Formosa (UP) T h e
Nationalist Chinese govvnment
announced yesterday,it was satis-1
lied ,with the Japanese govern government's
ment's government's stand on the,' privately-1
negotiated trade agreement, with
Communist China. e ,
; A Nationalist Chinese statement
said Japan had given its' assur
ances that it would respect its re relations
lations relations with Nationalist China and
would not accord the Chinese
Communist trade agency in Japan'
official status. '
Nationalist China immediately
made moves toward restoring nor normai
mai normai relations with Japan.
The Bank Taiwan Formosa' )
released credit for bank pur-,
charm. in Japan And the ban on
Japanese motion,' pictures w a
lifted. s
There Was no sign of immediate
resumption' of trade talks between
Nationalist China and ) Japan
which were broken ofi March 15
but a six-man Japanese, delega delegation
tion delegation still is in Taipei.
BUYSJURNACE,JIRM
CHICAGO (UP) Continental
Materials Corp. announced pur purchase
chase purchase of Williams Furnace Co. of
Los Angeles for an undisclosed
price. Spokesmen said some Con Continental
tinental Continental stock vs inyolved in the
a cquisition.

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AutomobileS
FOR SALE -- Opportunity ---
'Used cars, like pevr, less than thanhall
hall thanhall cost price, we receive:in ex.,
, change your car.. '-
1) 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 4
doors, Radio, 'Two tones, white
tires. Excellent mechankal con con-
- con- 2) 1955 Oldsmobile Top
' Super 4118" white tires, uphol upholstery
stery upholstery new. Radio. Excellent me.
chanical condition.
3) 1953 Ford Custom, 4 doors,
guarantee mechanical xondition..
, 4) 1955 Plymouth-Belvedere, 4
floors, ,radio, A new upholstery,
magnificent mechanical condi condiIS)
IS) condiIS) 1957 Buick Special, 4 doors,
,
equipment complete, low FUN
,
, 6) '1957 Hillman-Minx 4 doors'
Ink. new,- save money, visit es.
71Autos Eisenman next te Coca
I Cola Bottling Co, Telt. 2-4966,
8) Will pay spot cash for good
late model cars. Phone all day. ,,,
; Panama next to Coca Cola
i
FOR SALE',..-, Century Buick 4
doors, hardtop, '2 tones,' radio.
etc; Only 10,000 miles. Call I.,'
',5504 at anytime. ;-,
FOR SALE 4.1956 Ford ;on- ;
vortiblo, Ford-o.matic. duty
4,.; paid. 1954 as trade-in; Phone
Albrook 5240. ' e
i,!T FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet,
e, 4-door, powerglide. : House
150S-I lGavilan. Area), Isl..:
!, FOR SALE ,--, 1951 Oldsmobile, :
sedan, ported running condi condition.
tion. condition. Internhtionat Jewelry,- Fol. '',
2-7316.'
, FOR SALE ,'1956 English Ford
, convertible. Automatic top, Blue,
Balboa 2718...
FOR SALE 1956 Ford 9 pat-
',senger Country Sedan, Fordoma,
tic, powersteering,., radio,- many
.'extras,.' 11,000 smiles. Balboa'.I14
;. 2718,
,
'1 FOR SALE is. Late 1956 Olds
mobilel'N 'Super-68" hardtop.
Two-tone, Improved hydramatic,
power brakes, dual exhausts,
WSW tires, 'gadded instrument
4 panel., tadio,' undercoating. Low
mileage, perfect Condition.' Call :
telephone CZ-2-1604 working
VXi::P
1 0GET STREAMLINED"
the Mc Lesry way. Body Massage,
Buse:rising Machines, Turkish
oath. Trained operaten tor ladles
end gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGB SALON ''
Services SCHOLL'S'
Products :
J Aresemene Ave. 83-41 .,,
III
TRANSISTOR
ELECTRONIC 1
,
' FLASHGUN
tempeiature::of
Only $32.50
International jewelry
" 155 Central Ave.
, Mali order phone Z-2311
- LIFE INSURANCt'
call
' JIM RIDGE
- General Agent
Gibraltar Lite Ina. Co..
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
:i..i,-,::;,.''LI.MA:,..:i....:'
.1XCURSION.
- April 11 to 19, 1951
Fidanque Travel Servico
'AL 2-1661
CM
'Hotel: 110LIAND HOUSE
mins. trots tilt heart at
--- Son Josi, Costa Rica.
Camp lately modern' tenvenientm in
Suites and Bungalows. all with
private batiL Ifot and cold Stater.
' Price: 16 and $S dant,
4. ----With' Inexis.-".0o--,
Cosmopolitan kitchen
' Horse riding.
. For reservationt
Box 4459,,
Manager: rill and Menet Jaspers

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- I t 1011111S :';
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LAblitsilJ N
, te'mperature of th'oc sun
-.Only $32.50
Intrnational lettelr:
" 155 Central Ave.
, Mali order phone Z-2311

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I Bo' at Motri
FOR $ALE 15' 7" Calms
boat, 11 11.P.'inotor, traitor and
equipment $350.00.,ti Call 113-
41111 4:00 to 9:00 p.m
FOR SALE 19' outboard cab cabin
in cabin cruiser wt 35 Ivin Ivinruck
ruck Ivinruck 1957 motor. CaR 6-754 ,'
atior 5:00 pm. s,
' FOR SALE A 12 ft. Plyweed
boat with a 3 PIP. Evinrode
eine, bas only been usoi 3
, times, lgood for Trolling le the
Canal..11ouse 4177 Ave. Las,
' Americas Owners.
1
Real Estate
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0, HURRY HURRY
You Pori', tharlotto Buyers
te, DON'T FORGET Priem go
sor $200 per lot on May Ist.
GET -YOUR ORDERS IN NOWI
betide lots, 11031125 $79St
,''' nen, larger, $995. VD 4011,14
'SIO a month. Mariam,
ay. Alman't Beatty, 2541. NW
,95 St., Miami, Florida.
F91 SA11.1-6 Farm 43 actel---'
lancositAtsmsting water, 6 mOsta
from ,Chorteris.', Ph Ott CMOS'
dst 2281.
NEW YORK' April '11 (UP)
Thirteen hundred technicians wag waged
ed waged their three-day,old strike- a
gainst the Columbia Broadcasting
System alone yesterday t'e r
Teamsters deeided against respect respecting
ing respecting the strikers' picket, linOs.
, Members of the Teamsters Un Unton
ton Unton first., decided' Tuesday might
not toi criiss 'picket lines, outside
trq ....Wig and television facilities.
01',ey voted later to go ahead
Id cross the lines;;
t Had the Tea msters, refused to
pass' tbe picltets, many live tele television
vision television shows would, ,have had to
go on without scenery., t
Eight-hundred of the striking
technicians, members of the jil
ternational Brotherhood of Electrical-Workera,
walked out in New
York 'Monday., 'rhe rest work, in
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chi Chicar),
car), Chicar), Hartford, ponn.; St., Louis,
Boston and Milwaukee. The ,net ,network
work ,network serves a total of 200 IV and
201 radio stations.
It CBS maintained normal' gelled gelled1
1 gelled1 Ales with the heti) of non 101011
I workers from; ,other, departments
I who were brought in to run cam cam'
' cam' eas and control booths.
One of the biggest 1, CBS pro programs,'
grams,' programs,' "The U.S., Steel Hour,"
Was scheduled to go on ot 10:80

-Radi-TV:Electrical Workers
Carry On CBS Strike,Alone

Pam' American' Inicrease Pa alms:
, 7
California-Service :
: Increased seritce providing 1 tirnea a week.

citrfcaii :;, hicreiseSH I

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Increased service,',' providing
daily roundtrip, flights between
Panama and 'San Francisca', is
being inauguratled April; 27 by
Pan American world Airways.,
The flights also,' serve 'Los An Angeles
geles Angeles and Guatemala City daily.
Both first class and tourist,
class seats sire available On all
flights. Increased traffic due' to
the popularity of this dual type
service, introduced on the route
last September, necessitated
stepping up lights between, the
cities from 10, to 14 a week, ,
'' In Central' America they gull
will serve Ban Balvador,;RI Sal Salvador,
vador, Salvador, with six flights a week,1
and San,lose; Costa Rica,-7 and
Managua, Nicaragua,' each four,

Managua, Nicaragua,' each fouriride, .... Advt:divorce set aside. :

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With -a' view toward improving service and correcting
Irregularities' that occur,' involuntarily; from time to thneo
TIIE PANAMA MIERICAN has ,established a

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111 4lom' Aiticies
, FOR SALE Cribs with 'mat 'mattress,
tress, 'mattress, baby carriage, all new. la la'
' la' by bark tub. Mu Hard ;allor
, Colombia No. 2, second floor,
apartment. ,Tel. 3-0147.
"FOR SALE Small apartment
grand 'piano $1100; Elea Console
, sewing machini $90; owner
, leaving.' Curunclos 51E7.
, FOR SALE Stack type'West-
inghouse washer Ansi dry's. new.
SS50.00. Call 2-1451, 2-2562.
Transporter Master., '
FOR 5ALE ;L., Electric desk mod mod;
; mod; el sewinp machine. Kentmott
tank type osmium sweeper. 1952),
Morris Minot conyeetible.- Al
FOR SALI Modern dining
, room tot formica bar, doublo
boas sot, mahogany 'dresser,
cabinets toos,' can bo seen any
time. 4th Street No. 26, Mix's.. 2
chi. ,';
FOR SALE -- Gat stove, 3
burners with overt, 12 Street Rio
Abel. Mouse 26.

p.m. live and with scenerY with! ,., s', ;
Walter Slezak starring in !'lleaver
1 The technicians- struck As the
Patr" '''' '' ' US 'Army' Sirolli
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result of a contract dispute involy ri..,..Aki n g. j j!.. q
ing wages, .overtinim and job sec ptuqer y Diumin
urity. OBS offered the union a P ,,,,);,, ,, ,
per cent wage inctease over a 2- TA 1,1 A i
St;r1 pr I 11,
year period. Wages now ,, range u
from $92,50 to.$175 it weekt, with .,, , ,c,
most of thetworkers receiving the The U.S. Army Caribbeat
higher Nitre, "' v ' perty'disposal officer anno

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'NPROBLEM gNOlNIERV.
'Nglit :YORK' (UP)-LA choice
lies ahead beween trees and
modern' conveniences for N e w
'York's 300,000 pooches. The Saul Saultation
tation Saultation Commission; blazing a new
trail, has assigned its engineers
tw design ,It'canine, comfort a t
tions" to ,be placed at strategic
spots in the city. ,
DECLARES HEALTH DAY
WASHINGTON (UP) Presi
dent. Eisenhower yesterday dee deeIgnated
Ignated deeIgnated as hild nealth
day.' He said it ,should be "an
occasion for rededication" of 'pro.
grams to protect and promote
"the healthy growth of all chil
tiMes a week.
'Three sleeping berths are a available
vailable available to first ,class passengers
at, might. Other features In the
first chiss section include extra
cabin sopndproofing, specially
designed reclining seats uphol upholstered
stered upholstered in deep foam' rubber,' 111;
direc lighting. a luxurious
lounge, and two lavatories until,-
ped with new ,type fixtures.. Free
cocktails and wines. are., (served
with dinner. 4
Radar 'entiipment on the Super
8 Clippers enables flight crews
to !see"' 150 mile's- ahead and
select routeslo avoid air turbu turbulence.
lence. turbulence. This insures' that passen passengers
gers passengers enjoy the smoothest possible
ride, .' ": Advt.'
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1 FOR SALE -- AKC registered
Roston' Sorrier pups,. Overall
RES! Las Rios, Phom 2567.
' FOR SAIE 2 slay!' springs
like now, $10.00 each. Monca
yo paintngs; 2 now Ecuadorian t
tugs 730 and House
6333A, Loa Rios. ,
Yes, everything for the model
hobbyist new at U.S. PRICES!
Wi've lust received a ver, lame
shipment Planes, Seats, Me Me;
; Me; tort, Foci, Pron.' Control line.
accessories ef ah typesin fact
everything fer the Model Hob-
byist.
Come In today and see for your yourlanama's
lanama's yourlanama's most complete Hobby Hobbyshop
shop Hobbyshop at STATES PRICES, ,'
, Felix B. Madura ,
2ng Floor; Main Store ',
, 22-06 Central, Ave.
FOR SALE Ladies spring suit
silos ,20, Girls spring teat. size,
12. Mon's spring coat, silo 31,
Yaeger Kodak mm- movie
camera.-Tolophono Balboa 2494.
FOR SUE Double bed frame,
foam mattress, Boy Scout
form, tizo 10.' lama 1794.,
FOR S4LE -r- Used mahogany
,and steel desk in perfect con. 4
ditien, very reasonable prises..
Call Panama 2-2517 '26th St;
Ens? Ns., 10, Near Presidents
Inmate&
FOR SALE Soda fountain and
restaurant in very semi place.
Tel. 20015.
The U.S. Army Caribbean um&
perty'disposal officer announced
today that on 'April 21 bids-,will be
opened "19:30 a.m. for ,the sale
of 60 items of foreign exaess peri
sonal property. ',
This .oale will include 111111110 tuie tuieful
ful tuieful items, such as: one surveying
levely,one elevating grader at attachment
tachment attachment for use with caterpillar
No.'12; one photographic printer;
one stationary air compressor one
condensing unit and, seven pneu pneumatic
matic pneumatic clo diggers. --
- This property is located at build building
ing building 713, Corozal. It may be inspect inspected
ed inspected ton week-days, except holidays.
until Ole morning of the sale dur
ing the hours' of 7:30 cm. to 11:30
cm. and 1 p.m, to 3:30 p.m.
It' was 'also announced that on
May.12 at 9:30 cm. bids will tic
opened for ,tho, 'purchase of food
waste from the U.S.- Atnly mess
halls operating.in the Canal Zone
and of the row bones and meat
trimmings generated at the vari various
ous various U.S. Army- Commissary Sales
Stores. Food waste is suitable for,
animal tonsumPtion. Contracts will
extend froni July 1 through June,
31. 1959. ,
' Further' inforniation' may lie ob'
fainid by -contacting the propertY
disposal officer at Corozal, tele telephone
phone telephone 85-4149 All-bids will be o.
oened in the ,bid room in building
706, :Corozal. ,,,-
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SiCOND THINGS FIRST
' ','REND, bd. (11F1)-:-'
John de Laurier: learned that, in
some eases. Particularly divorce
cases, second things come' first. A
ceurt spiked his divor4 e request
on grounds he should have had
his second Marriage set aside, be;
fore reapplving for divorce from
his first wife. Who had his first
divorce set aside. ,

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To Sizr1 itpril 11,,

for: prompt attention

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FOR INP-c7,171ATIr:i
Miscellaneous I
ALCC:::L1CS ANCIN1Y14,121.41
CRAWlk "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTVIAL CZ.
WANTED --- Young American
executive desires to rent Immo.
diately a' three bedroom com completely
pletely completely furnished home in de de'eirable
'eirable de'eirable section. Will negotiate
lease for one year with option
for additional year. Call 3-1712
between S400, a.m. and 5:00
' WANTED Panamanian sub sub.
. sub. &diary ol American corporation v
desiru to rent Modern office
specs In convenient location,
, Ceti 30712 between 1:00 a.m.
sod 5:00 p.m. ,
WANTED Good homes for
N.AKC registered. male cecker
'Partial, 3 yrs old Call 64-4211
'6 to 8 evening'. ,"
,WANTED Good home with
no children for beautiful, &Hee &Heetioante
tioante &Heetioante ex-female Siamese cat. "'
3-6372. ,
,WANTED --- Used small office
safe. Hillman, S.A. Tel. 3-0383.
..Piano teacher wilt coma to your
home. Beginners' or advanced.
Phan 3-3653: 't, '
0100111M.0i.d.MEINIMIN.
NORTH-COLLINS, N.Y.
FOUr crewmen perished yesterday
when a B47 Stratojet bomber ex exploded
ploded exploded in flight while attempting
to re uel over this western New
York -community.
The sleek six-turbojet froth the
Lockbourne,.0hio Air Force Base
was just preparing to make a refueling-
approach on a KC97 propeller-driven
tanker plane when it
blew apart about one mile astern.
The tanker was not damaged. Its
crew reported seeing the...wreck the...wreckage
age the...wreckage hurtle earthward, Mr no pant
butes.- N
Three bodies Were fotind
large piece of wreckage,, appar
ently the front of the plane. The
body of the fourth' victinf had not
been found by late afternoon.
- Lockbourne officials identified
the three as Maj. Harold L.
34, aircraft commander, Eu Eugene,
gene, Eugene, Ore.; .1.t. Col.-John Robert
Glyer, 38, pilot, Wilmington, Del.,
and 1st Lt. Richard Tellier, co copilot,
pilot, copilot, Fompane Beach,IFIa. The
name of the navigator, whose
body was not found immediately,
was withheld pending notiacation
of next of kin: : ''
Westover Force Base in
MassacbusettS reportecLthe
jet carried fOur men, with one
apparently n instructor. The B47
wit flying a "n or m al training
etail tlerki
Rohn
n To lcdo,
'WABHINGTON, April ll alF)
, An official of the Retail
Clerka Union said today Ire01
gressiOna1 investigation of al alleged
leged alleged bnproprlety by the', Na National
tional National ',' Labor Relations Board
wonld besought as the result
of a precedent-breaking ruling
in a Toledo, 01119, labor dis dispute.'!,:
pute.'!,: dispute.'!,: ,
The union' also sald it would
filer,, a suit (, In Federal District
Court here today seeking' an
injunction to block the NLRB
from 'carrying out its decision.
The NLRB wpset a
old precedent yesterday In or ordering
dering ordering that an electoin be held
among employes of three To Toledo
ledo Toledo department stores to de determine
termine determine whether they want to
be represented by the Retail
Clerks International Associa
With its brief order, ,the
board reversed a 1947 decision
in which, it had held that 'a
union Jailing to comply with
certain filing requirements' of
the Taft-Hartley Act could not
take part in a board-sponsored
collective bargaining elec4,
tion even' if the employer
requested the balloting.
The board's action was sex-I
pected to have 'a wide impact
on the United Mine Workers
and', the International Typo Typographical
graphical Typographical Union. Neither com complies
plies complies with Taft-Hartley reqUire reqUirements,
ments, reqUirements, including one tbat of

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Retairaerks Union.. ssalls:
Rulingi In To!: o,,, Asks Injunction
WASI1INGTON, April 11 (11P)1 flora must take a' non-CoM ')
An official of the Retail monist oath.
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We have for sale the best corner property
on Central Avenue (Calidonia), close to
Casa 11,1tdlers

C:UCALON
36-53 Cuta Aye.

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3 -rnimuto cot wa-h $1, Nom
cleaniro of motor 55. waxing of
cars 55. Translatito
mian ,,,hwaa neat Soars.
TELEVISION SERVICE pres
Transportation. April Special.
Same day Sorvice. Crawford A.
poncho Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
1S-20. Tel. 2-190S.
,
Protect your, home and proper.
ty alainst insect 41 m a g
Prempt scientific treatment on
emergency or 'tenthly budget
basis. Telephone 'Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
Tachnicians. Sams Photo Photofacts
facts Photofacts available for all wiring
diagrams en TV .sets, radios.
amplifiers. Panama Vontas y
Servicios.' corner of 15th Street
and' Ilth Avenue.
,
- TELEVISION OWNERS
-.'DRY SEASON SPECIAL".
, U.S. Television Inc. Ph. Pan. s
sena 3-7607.
Present this 7 coupon s (filled
put) to our technician and 7,
,, pay. half price on home eery.
ice calls. This offer limited to
s' one call per customer.. Got your 4
set chocked and adiusted
fore the rainy'season rush. This
offer expires May, 15t1i, 1958.
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. Nam, ..6,411,4.4
' Address .........
CAMERA REPAIRS. Alt makes
- ell wool( 'guaranteed. Call NA:
TERS' '103 Colon, 8057 7th
Street.
0,iMNO.E110.,ANONIPMEEMPEI,
lane
mission," Westover officials said,'
and was acheduled to return to
Lockbourne AFB at 5 Pm-
, The big bomber, WAS not armed
and did not carry' any nuclear
bombs,' although it is- equipped to
dosolhe Air Force said.
41undreds of residents witnessed
the explosion indifiery fall of the,
wreckage,'which Scattered over a
five-mile vide area of farmland
about 20 miles south of Buffalo.
One large, portion "of the plane
fell on an open field on the Aloys
Schmitz dairy, farm : just outside
North Calline-i -41
"I was seated on the fron' t
porch 'reading ,when I heard an
awful 'roaring noise," Schmitz re relate&
late& relate& -"I, looked uP and some
pieces- started hitting the house.
At first, thought it was an aw awJul
Jul awJul bolt of thunder," ,,
The main portion thudded to
earth about 250 yards from ths
Schmitz home. It made a crater
15 feet deep and, more than 20
feet in diameter.,'
,Parts of the plane were scat
tered over the entire meadow, ;
some smaller- than a man's fig.
The force of the mid-air explosion
WAS indicated by the discovery
some two miles away of the air aircraft's,flight
craft's,flight aircraft's,flight plan and one para-k
Wretkage all sites burned o
smoldered.'
ficers must take a non-CoM 1
munist oath. ,1
Locals 12,8 and 633 of Jilt
Rethall Clerks -deliberately re;.
fused, to comply with the law's
requirements, hoping ,to avoid
a NLRB supervised vote on un union
ion union representatiOn' in the To To'
' To' ledd dispute.
, The Aocal'i have been ea
strike against two of the ,de ,department
partment ,department stores Lamson Bro Brothers
thers Brothers and Lasalle and Koch -7,
since last November.
Vice president Sam' Myers of
'the International Union said it
would demand a congressional
investigation of what he call called
ed called odevidence of impropriety" by
the NLRB in the case.
He said the 11111011 had re-
ceived reports that officials of
the Toledo stores knew a month
in advance tha the board would
rule against the union..
When the? stores allegedly
learned this, Myers said, the:
broke off negotiations with th
locals when a settlement of tht
strike appeared imminent.
LION TAMER CLAWED
- MILAN, Italy (UP) Danish
lion tamer Eavld Carsteen, 35,
was clawed by Leo, a big Afri African
can African lion; Wednesday but returned
for his second performanee later
with a bandaged arra.
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4 ", 01, 1, I,

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Prempt scientific treatment en
emergency or 'tenthly budget
basis. Telephone 'Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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THEIR FUTURE'S IN THE AIRSeldom photographed Mary,
Pickford, at one time "America's Sweetheart," and her husbandit
Charles "Buddy",,Rogers, seem pleased about the whole thing' ,,-
as they sign the final papers in Hollywood? for the purchase ol
a radio station in Wichita, Kans. Miss Pickford is slated to bi :
chairman of the board of the nelk concern, while Rogera
serve as president. ,

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3:0 CM NEWS
3:15 Dinah Shore
, 3:30 Univers;ty
, 4:00 Susan's Show
4:30 Life with Elizabeth.
5:00 Harvest
5:30 PANORAMA ,
.7:00 Joan Davis

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7:30 Calialcade of America
8:00 The ?rice la Right
8:30 Life of 'Riley
9:00 Tic Tae Dough
9:30 Talent Scouts
,- 10:00 GIlletta Boxing
4 11:00, CFN NEWS
11;15 Encore: Golf Show,.

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, PHONES: PANAMA! 3-1057 3-1C3 3-1C:3
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i FRANKEST ROMANTIC DRAMA
HOLLYWOOD EVER MADE!
From the James Michener story,
of lonery women-, and men emu.

, M-G-M presents
C3TIL
staIrring
lean SlitirtiOlIS
oan
Paul
Piper LAURIE
,;edn-blwith Charles DRAKE
Sandra DEE
4 4 Ci112:1710SCOP'e

ANNE
the smart tie--
trapped by level

a dmik Sgoomemet4.,mia
EVELYN
too young for
love. Or was she?

BARBARA'..
knew the fleeting
beauty of loyal,

Lome4 'kloolooNe,kj
DELIA s
shared her love
with many rnent

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!,TA 1,12
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' IIOLLYWOOD, April 11 (UP) dlaughter stabbed., Stompanato to 4ach
Lana.Turney, a nervous perform- death a week ago Friday night. port
er who disallowed visitors on her But her blonde- mother will aorti
movie sets,,' plays the most dra. come out of the seclusion ol', her sive
matic role of her life' today at 12.room Beverly-Hills mansion La
the" inquest of -, her daughter where the slaying occurred to tell the i
Cheryl's knife slaying (if ,b.lohnSy ber story in public for' the first fessi
'101113,mpanato. ,. ', ,' -,v time. Ten men and only two Coro
Always a fidget3r, actress ;in women are on the goroner's jury soul
already selected." , the
front of a single movie camera,
- fac. Cheryl's, letter tO the 32-year, child
,the beauteous glamour girl
' Stampanato, former body. kill
es a battery of TV and newsreel old
guard to racketeer Mickey Cohen, Fo
cameras and some .150 newsmen
was another of those which Cohen will
when she enters,the ,cold, barren
, .turned over to ,the Los Angeles 'Cran
courtroom.,,,s ''.i.. ... ;
Herald Express which printed it hush
..t There, ...While ,, the' world
in a copyrightstory today. ,''.
. watches and listens, Lana will
be asked te-reveal the secrets It was written on Feb. 18 on a er ti
Cher
: shadowy study ball at the Happy- Valley his
' 'the shared withthe
, Stempanate, details of a reck. root in Ojai, Calif., w h e r e only
rote that she had just received Cr
. lova affair, that lod to his her3r,1 was studying. The g i r I rushi
' knifing by 14-year-old 'Cheryl. mpanato's letter that morning. ascii
and Stompanato were then ed t
.Such was the ordeal that Lana r
faced that. it overshadowed the Juana.
m s ,g in the sun of Acapulco, ini.k
point at issuethe verdict. Of a

,
Lana.Turney, a nervous perform- deatn a week ago triciay nignt.
I er who disallowed visitors on her But her blonde mother will
movie sets,,' plays the most dra- come out of the seclusion o! her
matic role of her life' today at 12.room Beverly Hills mansion
where the slaying occurr'ed to tell
the" inquest of ', her daughter
Cheryl's knife slaying ,df ,,i,John$y her story in public for Ahe first
'01113.mpenato. ',,,. ''', , ',,,s time. Ten men 'and only two
. Always a fidgety actress In women are on the coroner's jury
already selected." ,
-7, front of a single 'movie camera.
. be. Cheryl's, letter to the 32-year.,
, ,the beauteous glamour girl Stampanato, former body.
es a battery of Tv and newsreel old
guard to racketeer Mickey Cohen,
' cameras and mune .150 newsmen
was another of those which Cohen
' when she enters,,the .cold, barren
, turned over to ,the Los Angeles
courtroom.,,,' ','.i , -,- ;
. wood Herald Express which printed it,
,,, There, ...While the' it in a copyrightstory today. '
,' watches and listens, Lana wi
It was written on Feb. 18 On a
. be asked to -reveal the secrets study hall at the Happy- Valley
'' 'the shared withthe : shadowy
School in Ojai, Calif., w h er e
, Stompanato, detail of a reck.
' love affair, that led to his Cheryl was studying. The g i r I
wrote that she had just received
Stompanato's letter that morning.
' knifing by 14-yeai--old 'Cheryl.
Lana and Stompanato were then
', ,Such was the ordeal tbatd Latnha
if... ,g, m ine sun of Acapulco,
faced that. it overshadowe e ,b,,,,; .,,,
point at issuethe verdict cif a
CA . Z.,
coroner's jury on the degree z. of. , ., 1, ; .: .,
responsibiliry that het daughter. Cheryl wrote that her PalaMino
''' Cheryl, 14, Must accept for stab- pony, Rowena, which Stompanato
bing to death. Stompanato, 32.- had given her, was line and that
- The all but : unanimous belief she 'was not. ,afraid of' the pony
, In movieland was that the in- any, more. '' - .- .,, .-,,,. :
, quest jury of 10 men and -2 wom- . ., ; .. .,,
. .
. en would 00 it "justifiahle ho- When are you alt. coming
'-' mitide , , back?" she wrote. t'S h
oon ope.
',But they coul, not do so tin., "My hair is way past my, shoul.
'' tit' Lana takes, the witness stand ders now and I have been wear.
before a courtroom, of 150 re- ing it in a French roll in the back
. paten and photogranhers to ad with pixie bangs in,- front which
' tint that her daughter plunged are all the rage now. -. ..
' add 8-inch butcher knife into ,.!'Peter and, I had ,a bi fight
- Stempanato's stomach ; when he over anotherJ gay and he made
threatened to mutilate Miss Tur- me So mad .by being jealous that
' ,ter because she 'was breaking off I broke up with him. But 1 really
emir affair. ,,, t ,-,,,,-....'.,, ,,,, ,,,, ,.,-; regret ,it now. Oh well, SOMething
. '.1-1OLLYWOOD fU1')--Lana,'rur. has to happen." .
', ner's 14' ., year ..old daugliter,, '' Anthorities revealed 'yesterdav
' Cheryl, WaS so fond of het moth, that Cohen would lead off the wit wit':
': wit': et's Latin lover., Johnny Stompa. "---eg at today's Inquest, He
". nato, that less than two months will attest that the slain man was
' ago she wrote him: "Love ya and big colleague. Stompanato. ,,
,', miss ya loads." k' -. ; ,Cohen will be followed by Police
' "Give my love to mother," she Sgt M. L. Downard, first oficOr I
added in postscript. "Write SOOn 'On the scene,. and then Beverly
: and be good!, .. .',. .,'. Hils Police' Chief Clinton H ,' An
. Disclosure of the girl's gossipv derson -will read into the ..rword
- 'and schoolgirlish letter was made the confession Cheryl made 1 few
: yesterday on the eve es .ae l.-i hours after the slaying. .
Quest at which Lana will tell un- Her story has never been made
: der' oath ,vhy, and just hew her i Public but police revealed that the
, . , ., ,.. ,:,2v:.,,. .,.1 child tot them she heard Stom.
,
. :111 ''' tr. 0
' .. ea ter r riot emote threaten to mutiliate Lana
in the course of a sulehurous
ar men 1
. . . .. .gu t in the star s shocking
.. ,, ,. , rheryl sal she 'ran to the ititch.'
.
' tithla weather report,,for the 24 en, got a' 10.inch butcher knife,
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is burst into the room and plunged
, ....i....,......1 lkw 41.t. lijabi-anamniAtriosir the knife into Stemeanato's stool.

alai weather reportjor the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
ptenared .by the Meteor 100,0
tooft Hydrogranbbt Branch, of the
Panami Canal company: ',
, "41bos Cristbal
TFIKPERATURE:
,', Low .t.,,,., ;10 2 39
- 91 , 117
:Low, 54 81
,
(max. myth) NW-,5 ... NE-1 yo
RALN' (infthes) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(ionar borboro 80 85.
,
n- RATCRDAY, APRIL
L 1,own
19:18 Rate 4:21 s..m.
11:20 p.m...1 4 :57, p.m.
,

Plane Comes Down
Swank'Suburb

aw'r7.-C"n'ula'

.,RAVANA alba, April CUP)
--A military plane crashed into
the awe, regmential suburb of
miraynal, shortly, after take off
!rfItTC, the, Columbia air base to toARA?.
ARA?. toARA?. The 'Diane ,osught fb'e, aker
th,e crish, 'Setting off exolosion
of its, bombs and ammunition.
rirst- reports did not indicate
what 4ne, of niane wam, involvTb9-e
, was' no' imitv.diee
worri 4)1 the fate of the plane't

.44

ach up to the hilt. A medical re report
port report showed the blade, severed the
aorta and caused death by mas massive
sive massive bleeding within minutes,
Lana will take the stand after
the reading of her daughter's con confession.
fession. confession. it was expected Deputy
Coroner Charles Langhauser
would seek, to find ancanswer to
the question of how a -teenage
child could so neatly attack and
kill the 6-foot ex-Marine.
, Folloyiing Lana to the stand
will be Cheryrs father, 'Stephen
Crane, the second "of Lana's four
husbands. He was the person
Cheryl turned to immediately aft after
er after the slaying. She phoned, him at
his South Seas type restaurant
only a few blocks away and he
rushed to the scene.
Crane told United Press in an
exclusive interivew that he intend intended
ed intended to spend the rest of his life
nti.king up his shortcomings es a
father to his daughter.,
Al P Ito

Go.od
Hit 1n' Processiiin:
Santo Torii,

Grte of the 13 persons Injur Injured
ed Injured on Central Avenue on Good
Friday, when a car being mov,4
ed, by the National Guard to
make way for the religious pro-,
cession plowed into the crowd,'
died yesterday.,
She wa,s Mrs. Mabel Paul, age
6'1, who had been Oa the seri seriously
ously seriously ill list since being taken
to Santo Tomas Hospital im immediately
mediately immediately after the accident.
Her injuries included a punc punctured
tured punctured liver.
For many', years,' Mrs." Patd
d been ,Inp!ofed on the Ca Canal
nal Canal tone as a domestic in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
W.i Harrison et Balboa.
She Wa3 born in Jamaica and
wu an active member of the
St,, -Vincent, de Paul Roman
Catholic ,Church in- Panama
where funeral services were to
begin tat 3 pan. today. Burial
will be in Herrera cemetery.
Mrs. Paul was also a mem member
ber member of:the United Health and
Welfare Scheme of Panama.
She 13 survived by a son;
Ivan O. Marche, a daughter,
Mrs. Anna Teresa Cummings,
and four grandsons.

Gorgas 11:ra Firs
lac V liner In'
P ,t ,t157Safely
157Safely ,t157Safely Conies!

Gorges Hospital has been an
flounced as a first place winner
in the 1957 Hospital Safety Con Contest
test Contest by the American Hospital
Association and t h e National
Safe4 Council co sponsors of
the annual contest.
4' A letter annotmcing the award
and sending congratulations on
the achievement in the important
area of safety, was received this
week by Dr. Nornian H. Wile y,
director. of Gorges HosPital from
Ned H, Dearborn, ,-kresident of
the National Safety ''Council.
t Designed to encourage...the ob observance
servance observance ,of safety, practices a among
mong among hospital, emoloyes, the. con contest
test contest was judged son the, basis of
the lowest ,, number of injuries
among employes of individual hos hospitals
pitals hospitals in relation to the number
of man-hours worked during .the
year-lone contest. ,
The' 247 hospitals which OM OMpieted
pieted OMpieted the con.lost reflertecL a to total
tal total of 327,348,000 man hours
worked during the vear of 1957,
with a total of 2,468 iniurieS
incurred restiltin in at least one
dav lost from work.
r Gorges Hospital placed first
among those hospitals having
from 600 to 800 emololyes. A to total
tal total of 40 hospitals ,of 16.2 p e r
cent of the total reporting bad
perfect records.'
The,. hospitals 'taking. part
.he Hospital Safety Contest were
divided into eight groups ad adcording
cording adcording to the number of em employes.
ployes. employes. Tripler Army Hospital in
Honolulu, was the Grand Award
winner in the gmup with the
largest, number of 'employes. It
operated the entire year of 1957
without a single reportable inju

Costa Will
Issue limas For
Red Journalists
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica,. April
11 (UP).--President Jose rigue.
res was reported today to have
refused a United States Embas Embassy
sy Embassy request that he forbid the
forthcoming visit tere of .1
party of Russian journalists.,
U.& Charge de Affairs Ed Edward
ward Edward Jamison 'refused to corn.
ment on the published report
but lie did not deny specifical specifically
ly specifically that he had approached
President Figlierell the' sub sub'
' sub' Last week Figueres personal personally
ly personally instructed the COSta RiCati
Embassy.' in Mexico- City.-where
the Russians are now visiting--
to issue them visas to come to
Costa Rica. The Embassy had
until then refused the visas.

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ON STRIKE AGAINST CBS ;- Radio and television broadcast
:engineers, membert of the International Brotherhood, of Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Workers, picket tri front of the Columbia Broadcasting
, Systenr.studlos Chicago as a nationwide strike went into
effect 'over contract terms.' CBS -was forced to ,use "emer "emer'
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SINGAPORE cur)Indonesiail
rebel Prime Minister Sjatruddin
Prawiranegara yesterday accused
President.Sultarno of driving the
nation toward a "Korean situa situation'
tion' situation' by accepting Communist,
military and economic aid. He
said the Soviet Union was trying
to turn the nation into a Commul,
nist, satellite. :
At the same time, the rebel high
command placed radang, its ma major
jor major coastal city in West Sumatra,
under curfew in., anticipation of
an invasion by central govern government,
ment, government, troops next Tuesdayb
The newspaper Pembangunan
the 'central government-controlled
city' of Palembang in Central Sui.
matra reported that a Jakarta in'.
VaSiOn plan included -the- landing
of four' battalions from Russian
ships at Padang. It said the land'.
ing would be coordinated with two
government overland drives to.
ward the coast from the, oil center
of Pakanbaru and from the Ren.
gat oil center.. , ;
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The goveri6ent radio at Medan
- admitted that Major Hutabarak
military commander of previously
neutral Tapanuli province South of
Medan 'in,' North 1 Sumatra. had
gone over 'td ,the rebel! with his
veteran ard regiment..
The reported Indicated Huiaba Huiabarat
rat Huiabarat joined forces with rebel units
attempting to take the, pressure
off the Bukittingel area bv hit-run
attacks on the Jakarta forces in
the north.

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Richard Vdick, who arrived in
SingaPore Thursday, said the Ta.
panuli front was quiet wnen he
trossed it earlier in the' d4y.
Premier Sjafruddin, in written
statement issued, at Bukittinggi,
said a "Korean situation" wou.d
arise' it the central 'government
accepted Russian military and
economic aid"which is now ap-''
parentfland forced the ,:evolu ,:evolutionary
tionary ,:evolutionary government to seek anti antiCommunist
Communist antiCommunist support.'
1,"In that case, blame' for the
eventlial Korean situation in Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia will be completely with Su.
karno, be said, 1.

The rebel leader praised AmeiLl.
can aid to Indonesia,,,
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provided about 300 million dollars
in aid to the nation since -.1945
When Indonesia became independ independent
ent independent while the Soviet Union was,
"hostile.",
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Sjafruddin's statement was in
contrast to his previous insistence
that the rebels mid Inocept no
direct aid Iron.; other nationS. Pre.
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wanted. de 'facto' recognition 'so it
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Of Panaiia, Canal

Lauded By Board

A letter of commendation on
the improved accident prevention
record achieved by employes of
the Panama Canal organization
over, a period of the past five
years, has been received by Gov.
W.E. Potter from, George H.
derick, chairman of the Panama
Canal Co. board of directors.
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The letter was received follow following
ing following a report made bylhe Safety
Branch on the nrogress of the
Cana! organization' accident ex experience
perience experience record.
.
In his message to Potter, Ro Roderick
derick Roderick pointed out tliat the care carefully
fully carefully preoared program for acct.
dent' nrevention was pkving off
in both money and human suf suffering.
fering. suffering. ,
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said, "by the fact that you fre.
fluency rate is less than one-.
third of fouro and five years ago.
Coupled with the improvement
in severity you have compiled
an excellent record and I com commend
mend commend you and your fellow work,
ers for it.", s ,
'rhe -Canal organization was re recently
cently recently announced as the winner
df the National Safetv Council
Award of- Honor ..for the second
year in succession. The awardis
one of the highest honors given
out each year by the. National
Safety Coo&

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(UP) The goverment asserted
for the first time yesterday that
Americans have a constitutional
right to travel abroad. But it
argued this right may be denied
in the interest of national' secur securThe
The securThe assertion was made befoie
the Supreme Court by U.S. Soli.
citor General J. Lee Ranldn. The
Justices heard three hours of ar arguments
guments arguments on States Department de denials
nials denials of passports to .artist Roch RochWell
Well RochWell Kent, Physicist Weldon ,Et.
Dayton and psychiatrist Walter
Briehl. : ,
itanking also argued that the
State Departemnt could deny
passports Soley ,on the basis on
-confidential' information.
' He said '"if the Secretary of
State concludes that it would be
damaging t6 the interests ot the
country to grant the passpott, the
rights of the' individual would
have to give. way. The applicantidi
activity might precipitate us into
war.1!-.
4 In several previous 4 passport
suits the government did not con concede,that
cede,that concede,that the constitution guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed the right to travel. It argu.
ed that' he Secreary of State was
empowered, tO determine who got
a passport.' No one may leave the
United States legally without a
passport except to such near neigh neighbors
bors neighbors as Canada and Mexico.
The cae tinvolving the con..
fidential information issue was
appealed by Dayton, a cosmic
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WASHINGTON (UP) Defense
Secretary Neil H. McElroy sharp sharply
ly sharply warned defense officials Thurs Thursday
day Thursday against making speeches up
posing President Eisenhower's
military reorganization plan.
He suggested indirectly that
any military leader who could
not conscientionsly support the
President's proposala should-step
down from his post. He added that
"I know this is what I would do."
McElroy said Pentagon military
and civilian officials should give
their views "fully and frankly" to
congressional committees if
asked. But he said there was "no
excuse" for off ici al s giving
speeches opposing "the program
of their ; command-in-chief ..o
strengthen the nation's defenses."
t. The defense secretary made the
off-the-cuff statement dUring a
question-and-answer period follow following
ing following an address to a national press
chit) lunch..
; Doscribed As Vital
In his prepared speech, McEl McElroy
roy McElroy said the President's program
was vital to put the defense de department
partment department on the fast-rea,cting war wartime
time wartime footing needed in the missile

He said' the program would
streamline the military chain Or
command so the United States
could react "in minutes instead
of hours" in case' of attack.
, McElroy said the approaching
era of long-range niissiles would
deprive the United States ofr its
previous ability of being able to
shift from a "peacetime to A a
wartime" footing after the fight fighting
ing fighting started.
- He said the President's pro program,'
gram,' program,' which is under sharp fire
from some powerful congressinen.
recognized that "any such shift
must be made now.' ,
Hesaid legislation etnbodying
the Program would be sent to
congress shortly after the lawmaki
ers return Monday from their
Easter vacation. ,,
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' He was denied a passport in congress shortly after the lawmak,
1954 when' he wanted to take, a ers return Monday from their Fet
research job' at Tata Institute in Easter vacation. flat
Bomba), India, A
Dayton Sw,ore he had' neV'er' hould COoper'ate pseerr
been a Communist party member.
The Department said, it' thought 'In' discussing the reorganization I
he, was t going .abroadAo; advance plan., McElroy said lie expected cal
the Communist movements each military and tiVilien defense Da
k The Depertment linked him official called before congress t ser
with, "persons suspected of answer all questions "in, the iight
,,, !sling of ,the Rosenberg .espion- of his professional knowledge and
ago ring." experience.",
Dayton's attorney Harry However, he said he also ex.
Rand of Washington, labeled the pected each official' to answer
case "a- rank example o! official questions 1"with consideration of
judgment of Vieliti0118 guil t." his position as a member of the
Rand said lithere can be no fair defense organization whtich is
hearing when a citizen whose commanded by the president." --,
right has been abridged"- can't "I would think if a man of no.
even See the information the gov- tegrity and conscience telt so
erment tells him it has relied on." strongly opposed to.the basic poll.
In answer to questions by Chief cies and programs of his organi.
'Justice Earl Warren, Rankin, said zatin that he could not effective,
the State Department could. ', be ly discharge, his responsibiliges,
forced to specify that its denial ,he ,vtntld so advise his' superiors
was in the interests of f(irelen he added. "I know this is what I
relations. But beyond that point would, dn." A(
disclosures could not be compel-. The secretary's warning' under.
led, he argued. , lined the importance the adminis

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didn't care who or how powerful
the plan's opponents might be.
- Optimism Expressed
Sen. John Sherman Cooper (R.
Ky.) told the President earlier he
believed a majority of Congress'
would back the reorganization de.
spite attacks trom both Democrats
and Republicans. Cooper predict.
ed a "large" Senate majority for
the proposal. ,
The senator also told newsmen
as he left the White House that he
believed the public generally sup.
ported the President.
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The President. announceci
Wednesday he would carry the.
fight to the.people over the heads
of congressional opponents of the
plan. ,
White 'House Press ecretary
James C. Hgerty said today the
chief 'executive would make the
first public plea in a nationwide
radio-TV address next Thursday
before the American Society of
Newspaper Editors here.

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