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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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' All beat records were broken at Balbcd Eleights Satur--
' 'day afternoon when the thermometer at the Balboa Heights
station recorded amaximum of 97 degrees. The 97', degree
temperature, which is the highest) ever recorded at Balboa,
Heights, occurred at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
The previout maximum temperature on record at
, boa Heights was 96.7 degrees which occurred April VI, 1949.
' April is unusually one of the hottest months of the 'year
mainly because it Is the month when the dry season is
thanginr to rainy season conditiOnt r
-Temperatures also 'are shove normal during -the middle
of the month when the sun passes directly across the Isth-'
:inns on April 13.

.
r NeighbOrs should learn to live M
tteighborly fashion, ."be, pleasant
, '41nd keep your mouths shut, if
teed be.' This was the advice of
: fered today- to a group of Gamboa
residents by Balboa Magistrate'
;John L
The advice stemmed from dis dispute'
pute' dispute' among neighbors which, led
to one of them, Jame Small,
ng charged today 'with battery.
- Complainant in the case was Me Me'
' Me' ta Louise Mitchell, a .youne girl
win) claimed kthat Small,- 250
pounder, hit her on the head And
, face with his fist. ,
It all boiled down to a feud ,WhIch
, the neighbors of house 3M. had
been havnig since one of them am am-
- am- cused the,,son of another resident
,there 'of starting a fire.
The---35-year-old Panamanian de-,
dendant, complained' that the girl
and her family had been malign malign-
- malign- ing him,
Said the' Judge:
. : "Sticks and stolid' thiy: '6resk
yirr horP4t, but natlies rieVer
liana yo A Ma er Amy much
people talk about "youo it will not
, bring you physical he
' counseled the defendant,,-
, Denning Said that Whenever peel,
pie live.".in- a 'confined area there
afways be petty 'annoyances
,".z.;crop' up.1 ,
"You wilt all Just have tojearn
to ignore these things, .leave each
'other alone." Learn that you. have
' responsibilities to each 'other.",,e't
He" fined Small $15,.. but caul
tiOnect several small group's of
spectators who apparently were In

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Three, Cristobal dock', laborers,
Who- apparently were MOre,v con
cerned with their personal hygiene
than with being caught smuggling,
' today were each fined $25 in ,the
Cristobal Magistrite's Court., :
Also on. the calendar today -were
oases involving two other ,,,dock
'workers who broke open'A pack package
age package of liquor ,while worldng at a
Cristobal pier, and became, intoxi intoxicated,
cated, intoxicated, : :
I The smugglers, Carlos Gamboa,
47, Ecuadorean, Juvenal Martinez,
67, and, Aid Brenes,,.31.,- both
Panamanians; tried to leaVe,the
, Cristobal gate, at 1:30 this morn morning.
ing. morning. They each carried several ex ex'
' ex' tra toothbrushes and a. few new
, combs. '
All three, eMployes orthd Ter Ter,,
,, Ter,, mina's Division,,' were 'each -iined
The other two defendanis,' Mor
Tejada, 30-year-old San Bias,
, and. 'Gladstone Emmanuel, a 38-
,year-old Colombiart, 'were each fin--
ed $20 on charges cd intoxication.
Police said today that they be
,lieved the men broke open a case
, of liquor and kept drinldng while
werk. They were 'arrested yes yes'
' yes' terday. , ; ,,

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- ' lit Utiii ling
,
. f An unsuccessful attempt by a
seaman to jump ship landed him
In the brig of the ship the Nor-,
. Ywegiam tanker Beth, which transit transited
ed transited the Canal late Saturday,
According to a police report, a
' seaman identified as Victor Aha Aha,
, Aha, laimoss, 32, jumped off his ship
st the MiraHores Locks He ,'.', was
quickfy taken iitto custody by se se'
' se' curity guards. -' ,' -, ,'
-, The seaman, who had no .citi .citi:,
:, .citi:, senship papers. gave his birth.-
lace as Bielostok, a city lormer lormer.
. lormer. y in Poland, and annexed bY
ft
1,,sla after World War II.
., I was placed back on the. shili,
,-. the Master was instructed to
, -,?ic hint tip until the ship was
--out,. of local waters.- The Beth
completed its transit, en route to
IJS gulf ports without further iii-,
, extent, it was .reported today.

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C (lipid to, hear Jilin case that next
time he would not be s'o lenient.
'fl want to say to All of you here
who were involved in the Quarrel,
if thii thing persists I'M going to
send someone to lel"), .'

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'A Panamanian youth,. whom a
commissary inspector today called
a regular hanger-ori,",was found
not 'guilty of a loitering chharge
filed in 'Balboa Magistrate's Court.
,, The defendant, George Davidson.
19, told the judge that he 'lad
just gotten off a but' near the
Paralso, qommissery when,' he
Ives Ticked up, by ,t-, .folideman
andAsk ,commissarr tosbe$tor and
brought in for loitering.
The inspector stated that fie has
often seen the youth 'with a group
of teenagers known lor their con contrabanding
trabanding contrabanding activities.,
r However, Davidson claimed be
went there to see a ,friend who
had promised 'to hell, him get a
Johlie charged that the inspec inspector
tor inspector merely came tip to him and
asked him his name and address
but did not ,reveal his own iden identity
tity identity to the defendant..
, He refused at first to give Ms
name to the inspector, and latcr
SPid he resided at building 100
in Paralso: A
However. it the. police station
he admitted being .1 residegt of
Panama,

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In order to give a Cana- Zone
Policeman more time to check in into
to into an alibi offered hY a Panoma Panomanian
nian Panomanian car-washer, Balboa Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate John E., Deming today ten tentinued
tinued tentinued the case of Ivan A. ..Me ..MeClain
Clain ..MeClain until tomorrow motrng.-:
Deming ordered 'the policeman
who arrested the 22ryeariold de defendant
fendant defendant to find out whether Mc.
Clain had actuallv been' eontacted
by a Gamboa resident who wait waited
ed waited his car washed. ,-
'The defendant, ,whorn the Juttet,e
called "not too Bright" told the
arresting officer' last Snturenv
morning that he 'was lookihg., for
someone in house 2tr2 in Gamboa.
'There is no such dwelling, the
officer pointed out.
McClain's father took the stand
to testify that he': works for the
Canal and lives at Gamboa.,
'ft always been warning oss;',
, son to he careful ,' up at ',the
Ridgewhere the white folks
, live, because t there's Almeibv,4
some 'trouble holm on there.,",
He did notelaborate as to what
the trouble was, other than to
state that he had "read, about it
in the paners." ,,
The Judge stated that he wanted.
to give the defendant more time
so that the case could be thor thoroughlv
oughlv thoroughlv 'investigated.
'This -case is different from
other vagrancies in that the fath father
er father of the defendangives the
area, and becauseha was picked
up at 9 a.m. on Saturday, and
not' at night.", p
Bail of $11) wassset in the Case

PolestineArob
Accuses 'Hussein
Of ,Gozo Plot

:CAIRO,' April' 13 (IJP)'-- A Pa Palestinian
lestinian Palestinian Arab tribal chief has al allegedly
legedly allegedly charged Jordan'a King
Hussein with plotting to sow dis disPenainn
Penainn disPenainn among refugees,. in like
Gs 7a Strin. ,
.The-thief,-loyal to -the-IJAP,
wss said to have "nlayed al,fruig1
with conspirators until he aeLital aeLitally
ly aeLitally was taken to meet Hussein. .)

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Let -the people knte 'the truils izzul the country issale'!,--- Abraham Lincoln.

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TWO-TIME FORMER Presiden
Dr. Arnulfo Arias sailed last night
from lialboa aboard the Ogeke
Bakke for Peru, 'from where be
will gb on gentina by road, it
1;
was reported today.
Before lea ing,,. ho speculatod
to newsman ablan,,Velarde that
the present,politkal calm "could
change at any moment. -'
The Panameista bleader said
his only reason for such a remark
was the tact that Latins are of un unpredittable
predittable unpredittable temperament, 'because
we are a people essentially emo emotionaL'
tionaL' emotionaL' ' ,
The 'Rimier President' plans to
be away, from Panama for about
three' months. : t ,

Two DOW governors' were nam named
ed named over, the weekend. Mrs; Mar Marquess
quess Marquess Lopez Governor ef Bocas del
TOM, was replaced by Basi Puff,
whom. she had ''succeeded, and
Moises Galvez, Governor of Herre Herrera,
ra, Herrera, was succeeded by Juan Enri Enrique
que Enrique Perez., t, 4

' President Ernesto do la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia Jr. was to be dacerated with
the Gen,, Jess A. Ramon Cants Cantsra
ra Cantsra geld medal today It lunch lunch'eon
'eon lunch'eon isisservence .of National
V ",e
'The observance Started off this
morning with a mast, at National
Guard headquarters, followed by
a pilgrimage to the...tomb Of as assassinated
sassinated assassinated Prtsident Jose A. Ra Ramon,
mon, Ramon, who'was chief ,ofthe Nation National
al National Guard for several years' before
becoming Tresident. :
,-The day Will wind',up -with
dance for- Guardsmen andl tithr
guests, tonight t

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WA,HINGTO14.004. Federal
Civil Defense-Administtation Chief
Leo A.s- Hoegh :enflamed plans
to Amin one million high school
students to operate', instruments,
that -measure ridioactive fallout.,
Hoegb also said he ,boped to an.
n'ounce a --,, "definite policy" s on
ohelter construetion s within a few,
weeks.,- He said the: program's
cost could ru&from 5 to 50 bik
lion, dollars deptnding on hor, ex.
tensive it.
,,The D'efense chief said in
a tihned TV interview with Rep.
Harold C.' Ostert, ag (11,..N.Y.)- that
the government, has,- "conducted
great research 'testing the de
signs, testing the s.structures,, in
order that could COMe
with the kind that would give am ample
ple ample protection and do it on an
economical basis."0,
Heegh said 7's : shelter.' pregrarn
should -protect civilians against
blast and fallout. He said such a
program woulil provide both pro.
tection s and new deterent
against 'nuclear war. ,
a nuclear wer it isn't the
nation that makes the attack that
will win," he, said. R's the na.
tion that can sustain itself that
will win. , ",
,

-'!"The enemy knowing thia,,iihen
they, find that we have an Wee Weetive
tive Weetive civil,' defense, that me are
able to',Itu'viye, says: 'Well,' we.
may be evert on a military basis
but we can't destrOy that ,na ,naturn
turn ,naturn r '
' Moreover, he said an American
shelter program also would give
U.S. allies a further' demonstra demonstratiOn
tiOn demonstratiOn that' the -United States was
prepared to meet its commit commitments
ments commitments "it, the' chips 'are down."
Hoegh Said radiological detect.
tion devices would be sent' to 15,-
000 high schools 'in,: the near fu future.
ture. future. He said he expected one mil million
lion million science itudente would be
nrepared to 'operate and maintain
them by Julx, 1959-
He said a total of 400.000 of the
devices,' would 'be ddistributed
throughout the nation by -the end
of this month. He said besides
being sent to high, ,schools,' they
would be sent to city erred state.
governments for trairdng of 120,-
000 officials.'
$1000'Ball' Set ..
In' Case PX
Burglary, latent

, Bail of 81,000 was set today In
the case of Luis A. Pere, chart charted
ed charted with entering the Post Ex,
change at Quarry Heights with in intent
tent intent to commit a burglary.
The Panamanian defendant to today
day today told the Judge: ".
I guilty, sir," before-the Bat
bok Magistrate could even explain
the man's rights to him. The Judge
told Perea to wait until he had fin finished
ished finished before entering his plei.
- The- offense 'allegedir.orettrttil
between 1, and a.m. on Sunday.
The case was continued un tt
Thursday.

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PAXAMA FAREWSLL!"-;- WAr stewa'rclesses we linCaboaid a 'MATS 'plane 'the tpur Prolect 4
VeYdirt- winnersArom Pue,r0 Rieo-a they: prepared to return' to the :Antilles area After
weelt-lont:stay;in Panama; ,The trip fwss-their4,, prize, for subinittinfv winning ',suggestions "10;,)
the, Army's suggestion progrant Shown left to. right are 'Ste, Angelo:Persit Framets,kow14:!
, sp3: Richard L. 'Woo4 and Pfe; Normat.t; Iteliey.',(U.S. Army rhata) T v,
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;3'. ;:' Snnieriources, were coMmenting .today that mipister ,o1 Labo'r' and Health Mrs. Cecilia. Re- .4 1,1' 1,11 .- I J., ., : ,
non,.).widow og assassinated, President. Jose-Remoni '', could,. well have been riding'. in a: station A.--,' ,a n , ist Ate
,',i ;,--14-', "s.o. 1J I e r an eau 2 Canal wil
L lb' '
triton 'which ;was.,,sbot at ,on 'her tarm last Saturday. : , ,,..- f .; Al
, k 'Bui,ambuph.- yictim Roberto A. Artlines,, fOremsin of Mrs. Remon's Dos Compidres ranch at .... ., ., ,,I,, ,,,,, ,. ... ,,, p , )
CaPira, says there was bad blood between hitwkand, shotgun, suspect Aurelio 'Molina, ft,.. share-
CAn11.111DGE., Mass ,' April 14
The Smitbsohlan Astro.nhysicol Oh, I I II
stopper on. the farm., He does list in In'. war. allggest ,, that ,, ;he !,;,2 gauge. blasts' might.. !lave ly To'' Itallit.
.
, srvattry; despite' a contradiction 1 s i
been, intended for' Wits.,Remon. .,. .4 t ., ,,
, 4, ,,,molles. its, teing he& by tba pOlice.1 Ardinia is in Santo Tomas Hospital with, shot. wounds, frn, mn,i,q,,,,. ,..t,1 ,, mt. tn,h, I Illirnt II fte.46. a

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1 MOget.INVw,:r SW61 pnt, tofily
, T!,! .;. n 'MU tntooneemtrit.'', thnt4, the
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The forenian' has' admit- it a charge filed last'June by the 4g-carrying Itwis len satellite els.
ted that there has been bad blood latter,., charging Ardines with htirn-- e integrated last night,over the Ca Ca'
' Ca' Ilavy Patrol Craf17:- -
betwef,m' Molina -and himself' ever ing Idown a bar,n filled 'with rice Fibbean,..
since, he vas forced. to,oust the and. corn, ,' , '
USS -Jasper Is Up
sharecropper "from, a parcel of ; I Dr. John White, observatory tn..
land Ivluch Mrs.- Remon had rent.
1 formation officer, said we have
ed for use' as 'a pasture,, ,
Soviets,, Pay Off nn4hin, to, ado,, to the observote

, ,
1301,fe' found.' a 1111C:zeal. the
scene 'of ,,the".,, shooting.-i pvers1
witnesies, have; identified :,,it,,, Ss
Molina'ssF
" The shareeroppet elainis that be
was far awayfroni the scene vis visiting
iting visiting -Some- relatives at the time'
of the shooting.
'Ardmes was', not seriously Injurr
ed :from thet shotgun' Wilts.,- Ed Edthough,
though, Edthough, '23.,Tarticlea of buckshot
shad ,to'',,be reinved' froii the left
side of ,his' arm and body After
he ',Was taken ;,to: Santo TOMIIS
Satrday::,4,-: '''
Aniong ;incidents pointinn tO enmity-bbtwien
Ardines,,and Molina
1Y .9-- -,
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Soviets, Pay Off
, ,
Wido4s Of 'Jutish.'
Uni n'teaders'
,, LONDON- (UP )!,--,v, The Soviet
government has given 04,000
each to the widows of two British
union leaders, killed In a traffic
accident inleningrad last Novent.
ber; it was 'disclosed today.' t
The two Men were 'President
Hollywood of 'the National Ifni();
of,,Railwaymen and the NUR gen generll
erll generll secretary, :James- Citmpbell
An NUR spokesman said 'Checks
to the two women l'have itothing
to do withiegal obligations, and
are purely voluntary gestures."

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BUCKSHOT WOUNDS L-::,,Roterto A.,kdines, foreman Of a
7-ranch 'awned by' IVIrr.Cectlia-Pineritemon,- widow- of assassi--
nated President Sose:A !lemon; shows .woundS received when,
he, was shot at with a 12 gauge shotgun.while driving around
' the farm last Saturday.: ,
,

ellavy Pa 'fro! Crafi
1
USS jaSPer Is Up,
For DeCOMMISSIOn
t., Includ3 among thg, 4a Naval
ailsedt.h d:Nuraivnyg
St hh IS
c Patrol Craft USS JasPr,..4111Ch
, assigned to the ,15th Naval pis-,
trict. I
: 'The presently.i berithed
st the Rodnian Navel S t It ten
," piers, 'came to, the, Canal Znne in
'' 1946 from operations in the, Aled Aledtian
tian Aledtian Srationed', at the Co Co;
; Co; co' Solo Naval Station until "' No No,
, No, vember, 1951, she wa reassfeded
to Rodinan Naval' Station follow following
ing following the disestablishthent 'of,' Coco
- Solo. 'Y
, During her stay In the Canal
one; she' has, been engaged -,pri-'
marily in rescue iterations; In
Februltry, 1952, the 'Jasper reseued1
la 'persons front ''the ,, Colombian
Schooner Gloria 'whicl! WaS, Ine
, and :adrift for lx dayiln I he
L.' Caribbean. 'Again in' February' of
1955," the Jasper saved 10' persons
frem the sunken' U.S. time, boat,
TOni' 'B.' She' has also, partictpat partictpated'
ed' partictpated' in the annual. Black'," Christ
trio' to Portobelo.'
'''', Per' her' efficiency in intra-type
training exercises, the Jasper was
awarded the Service Force, Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Fleet ','En in both 1955 a n d
1957,i, She, will be 'decommissioned
in Tebruary 1959, and placed in
the reserve fleet' at the Gr een
Cove Springs Novel Station, Green
Cove Springs,' FIL -',

Ce"orge Bloc,k Sr.
Dies In New York'
Sovices Set'Here

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eoroe A. ac r., triter
postmaster at Coco Solo. died ear early
ly early yesterday in New York City
where he had been' inaking his
home. Ile was 71 years old.,
Mr. 'Black is survived by h s
wife, Nellie Black, a son, George
A, Slack, Jr., and two grandchil grandchildren.
dren. grandchildren. ,
The bodywill'he flown to.,,,.the
CanalZone and 'Joint Elks apd
Masonic memorial service will 'be
held at, the Siebert Lodge -in pa patun.
tun. patun. 1

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1 -': 'WASHINGTON,'April 14 (UP) -L.,,Harry S.Trumcin 1
'today itrged Congrtss to fightthe reisiiin by 'giving mid-- ,'
Idle and loviincome families'a fiie billion'dollar tax cut
anCr by stepping up, defense and public works, spending.:
,
, ,
,',''.:s4The forMe! President made ,tfie' recommendations in 1;
,
Ltistimotty prepared for the House $anking committee.
.
'.;, rie was the,lead-off witness asthe committee began
fivi.weeki et public hearings, on'Weys'of alleviating un- k
,
employment,. 4 .. :,.., . -, , , ,. ,
(''4'7-7"Bold and vigerous action' is necesary,: Tru-nian said.
, , .
',F the Russians are looking over 'our shoUlders With'an
iecOnamy,' their 'economy .;---, that is .--f-vt'ilich' is aro141
it a rate of, 7 to 10 per cent a' year While otir's' is standing
star:- 4 '',,, ,::,' i r ' ''' .'' .' '...-. '... i'''.'. 4'
irtruman recommended:- , He said these policies have .'
' ..,-.A' reduction of, about five. bil. harmed the economy and their
lion ,dol'ars in income taxes, tin. bandonment would save about two
posed .0a inkidle and low income billion dollars which the govern,
families, ,' 'f '', 1 ,.' ment Is now paying,, in unnecet-
1;-0-fsetting mueh of the reve. sarily high interest on, the' nation.
nue loss by eliminating "tax loop. al, debL -, ; ,, ; ,, , ,,-,.,
holes !sand,other Pinequitabie ben. -, ,, ", ,,.; 0.- 1' .,,., ,- ..7,.
efits to privileged groups.," Ilc said' 1311-e,stt mtaiiiies;in-totAina.':'
this-would produceaboutthres,bil. tion,..,:Would lransfer pve billigit
bon, doilarvin, revenue; ',, .,,,- dolh. 4:'. .1- 4, ,Teasing power to
s 41aking up the remaining :two 01-arrs' re it belongs.' both on
birion dell to by shandonIng censiderations' bf .tcplity- and. be. ''
"high -Interest polities," ,,,, ''-'s cause that' if Whert it would ,00,, ,
,.. 4 .. ,,,, ,, ,, -,,, !----. the ..itist Pod' for the teenerny, ''
, '' 1 Truman, said, ' , ..
. . pr,a,se ongress or to
.
Smithset,1)1!1'Sure -ie-'' '1- (12 :-C: f ''''' ', f. '' ''' i ' ''
t.

formation officer, said "we have
no4hinr,t toarirt" to the observstn
ty's statement that the satellite
,"- -oncrrsted In a' fiery, plunge
abou 9 pm, last night.
'':'!e have not 'chancier! out as assumption
sumption assumption that' the 4 satellite ,is
doWn," White 'said.1 ,. ., ... ,
, .
A dispatch from Moscow, today
quoted a Mocow planetarium
snokesman, as saying that ',Sput ',Sputnik
nik ',Sputnik U still has,not,, disintegrated
qin
and. t ould ,phie over, Moscow
some e tonight on its dying or

,
Dtilles,Voices Hope
WASHINGTON, April 14 (up)-

WASHINGTON, April 14 (up.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles today,voiced hope that pre,-
Summit diplomatic talks with Rus Russia
sia Russia will begin '4in a few days" and
that they, may lead to substan substantial"
tial" substantial" steps toward t disarmament.'
But Dulles quickly said he, was
not sure this would be the case.
He made the remarks in a Ann.,
eral review of world problems, be.
fore the- International "Tess In Institute..
stitute.. Institute..
At the same time western 110111"e 110111"eeS,
eS, 110111"eeS, in. London said the, West will
accept Russia's proposal to be.
gin k preliminary ambassadorial
talks in Moscow possibly as ear early'
ly' early' as Thursday. But the sources
said the West ,,would, not commit
Mat in advance to a Summit con conference,
ference, conference, as Russia Ansists---
gardless of, the outcome of,' the
preliminary diplomatic siscusslons.
A formal reply by ,Britsi n,
'Franfe and the United States to
the latest. Soviet note-is expected
late today or omorrow : ,,,,
, Dulles said is would be, "illuso "illusory"
ry" "illusory" to think thit ant dependable
agreement on topics DU disarms disarmsment
ment disarmsment can be reached with, Russia
"without preparatory work."
"That is why we hope that the
preparatory talks which may'get
staxted. within few daysi-4 donl
know, "may be permitted to do
sufficient preliminary ,w o r k to
reach some substantial aim! e emeat;
meat; emeat; Dulles

0 --,u.-w;1

move8 to ttep up public wprke
spending t combat' the 'recession.

Canal'Offictals
yr To flail!,
,
irojn islin s

transAor -and,' terminals di di-
- di- Ev ''c
ntegrated last' night, over the Ca- ersok, anama qrly
ibbean,
rtetnr,. Id.
in- of the executive' planning staff,
John, Bonen, chief
sa I 'hat I...
W.hitee: ohselrv: im:y

,
left hY Plane tver the past week weekend
end weekend on an -official .business trip
to the Virgin- Islands and Haiti.
44'f' 4-0 -
The!" Will go first to the

Islands where they will be"tnet
by Cant.. William, .1; Steffenso.tbirt
, of -the., Stealushto Divisionnio.01
New York.' Laterr thy
Haiti for conferences with various
business leRde,rt and. Haitian pm
err trent offieloie,o7,m "ttors
.tn t')e operation ,t1 'the Panay
ma Line.
, The ourpose of 04 yisit byAhoi
Abree,Canal Officials IS to hivesti.
gate the advantage 'of. positile
chanties in' P111111 Line sailing
'Sqhedules and alternate ports. -et
call.
, : b" :,
'During.Everson's absenCe,, Nor Nor'man
'man Nor'man Demerp, :assistant to the
director, is acting gransportation
and terminals director: Thomas E.
Burrow is acting chief' of the ex-
ecutive planning staff- during.,the
'absence of 'Hollen.
The' .0. Canal officials are ex.
loected to return' to the Canal
' Zone within abour a week; k
apan ncreases- :
lea As Largest. f
Shipbuilder'. 4

TOKYO tvtq Japan, oste
its lead last year, as the world'S
biggest shipbuilding ,nation .b,
launching 2,424,000 tons ,,otZneW"
stlitming, according to tioycl'a
Register of
t
1 1'4
' igure put apan morn
than one million tons, ahead, pi,
Britain., its chief
The British, tonnage,was .1,4074 --
000., West Germany, vvith 1,230,000,
tons, was in tkird, place.
195t Japan launcled 829,000
tos of, shipping 'compared with
Germany's 929,000 Ions and Brit.
Ain's. 1,474,000. '
Janan,, forged' past loth of its
Ayala in 1956 !iith an, output of
1,746,000 tons.

.The.surgo, in. Japanese
building wait due tn. contim,A1
overseas orders for ships, mhich
reflected a world.wide shippinA

it. was rePor,tect today. was taken to meet liussein. I Thursday. :' ,. : ' the. rarm last battirsiay, ; ' I tun. ments Dttlles ', boom. '' ,
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. ',- 4 -',- - ' -'-',." '' '''-' ," Bakke for Peru,: from where be ', - - .. .... .,,,,,,,,,.....,:.,..,-,.,ii,,,,,,,,,,..,!,,..;,...,..,..,...,,,,:,,,,,:..,..,,,,.:,,,,,.....,..,.,:. .,::,...r..,:,:,,,,,,,,..:,,,,?.,,..,,v,is..s.,,,,N,,:p....4. ', -1,.,-,,i'.., ...... ..., , .. 8. -r--,-..... 0,...,,,----7...; ,, ,... ,. ,,,.... i,,,,,,,... ,,, . I
1. '''''' "-..'- ,',''';.,' '',',', --. '' will gb on : gentina by, road,' if '', r-- -,-.--.7.77,...i. .:,:...,:.:,,,,.:..,::,,:,;,,.....,.,,..,,..,,,:.J.,:::,,,...:::;,,,:1,,4,,..m,.::::,,:::',,,,.-kr.p;,,,,..b.-,.,,,:,:6,i:.,,,$,-4-,1,,:.,:,:.,,!.i .i.i..!r:I....:.:.:..c...8:,:.:.:,2,-,.:,,w, , -,.., 7 ,:. -,,;-; ., 7 ..,.;--,,, 7:,- -''... ..' ,... ,... .,-, ., .;'. k. :,J.;- .,-:. v .,,-, ,, J. ,:.,
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,' : !'"- .7.'''Alt 11Cat records were -broken at Balbor Heights Satur- '', 7 the present ,politkal calm' scould ', .. ,.:...,...'.,..z., r' ,i',...,:...s. ...'......si'''.:::"...::"...;.'.::...":;.........".:::;.""'',.....,.:::-....,.":".:-.::'.::;.: l
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: :,' ;. .1-'day' afternoon whew the thermometer at the, Balboa Heights -:, change-,at any- moment.' ',! :-- -: :,H.: 1, A' -.::,--1.. ,,,,,-,,,,':',':',,:,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,:, :, ,,,,, .. : ,
''....' station recorded a maximum of 97.':, degrees.. The 9, degree ',, ' ' !. '''''''
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't '' '', temperature, .which is the highest) ,ever recorded at- Balbea ., i ..'.....::::',,::,;:,,.:',7,,-....':::',,:--,',:-':::.:',,:,,.,,,:::',',.....,,,-,:-.,',::::,,,-- :.:,,..:,.:.,:.. ... :i:....,..-4,...:,..:,,,:...,-..,,,.,..,..,.... ,, .., i ,., ,... .. p, ... ,. .., . .. ,, ... ,.,,,,. .... ,, ,.....,.
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'..:. ". Heights, occurred at 2:30 o'clock rin the afternoon.-7, ,7, ,' i.- was the tact that Latins are of im- :, .- :. .:.....::,....:::,-,..
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. : : boa Heights was 96.7 degrees which, occurred :April 37,''19411. ,7,, predittable temperament 'because ,- .,:,'i..: '4,,..,,;... ;
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e's Court ganseets; tordght. ',.', '. ,t,3-, ',' -,..", overno,
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he :lied d ,,,- e '" o' :' c4k. ''. "- PAXAMA FAREWELL ''-'-.;-,' WAr stewardesses. we liome:Aboard a 'MATS ;plane 'the :Ipur Prolect rii, 1, 1 b g,, .11 . e, reve., sorily bigik isiePraeYsiknege7int4enation
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s 41-0:. holes'!end,otber Pinequitable ben. '' "'", h,i; ''..',.,:1, '0 0.'''': T! '' ''' .,,r. ,,..
Nheif he 80,
efit I rivile ed re ',
5611:6enia'n '''''',;,,t,,,:, ''f..1 T., ',; ty.,,,:,.-...; tht Army's euggestion' program Shown left to. right are 'Sfo,, Angelo- Persit fife,:.- FrAnsoiskowl,,,,,.4 s. s, o p g g ups,. :Reim! .,,,, ,,s m inures, e,tem ina, ,s;. s
' IlLS Atm "Photo) T' ';'. .- 4, :'1 .t ',...'.1.4.., :
.s,to,t,,..and IT 0 .1,.,..,,,.,,,,.1,4 sp3: Richard L. 'Wood arid Pfc,'Normanit,'Itelley. y , ....,.., ., ,
Rh ei c t r ilps I
, this- would produco,about-threa,,bil- tion,;',"Would :"IT
, snsfer live' billiqq,
lion-dollars:In, revenue' :'-'-"'.0'.,-,',-: d ir '," 4,,, '
.. 1,0.,r0.111,60. 7t, ... ;,,.. , 17, :
, ,,,, 0 It ,. 1.,,.,Ttlasing power to '7'
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. An, ,-
K I ty , ., birion d e I I r, it,, by:Abandoning cinisiders ti b t
ons f equity ssd,,be f'
ee so 711
et ,lie has R,totlE ilk, ki 4 :. 'St ''' tg- vh- ''''
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Truman., said, t: - -,-;
'', ;' :-,':' ', Civil' Defense' Administrahon P e T ,,., '..f. I 'T')., .i :. ':,.. 111:'; ,.,' ; 1.... !, '' ...',. M ",': "': 'i LA .- ? -: ..-"': '1 n, b ., : 1... .,,: . est 1
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,Ime he Leo it,,, lloegh ."aimounced,:splaes
. ' e :million high 1641 '", e ,..' ay. ti , D
at' rs-J.Kemon ave eeniarget ft C...,
M t, . '' lie praied : 'Congress fot .' lie
end, ', whol te train on
- e es i. es.:,, eke .8 ., -. move t
8 o step:- up -public w rk
ii t instruments i , : .,,,,,, ',, !:,, . .. ''- ",' N '. :,. !.' ..'''' .S. 7.'..".; ;'. '' ,'' : '1.. ;. 1..''' ''' 1 '' l''' '... ..''t ritootwelit', it astAaa ,: ; -,, ,, , e i ..
illi get Iii students '''to., oprl'asekl ,..., :,..!, .,!,. : J... ?--:::,;,,-,,,. :,v'',..-..,. ; .7 1- ' '. : 1.- I ,.... . . . ,.

u 1 , optut! Ing tp combatthe,Tecession.

st5 but caus, btourt mdiedreniyot ,,,,..,,,, .. ...... ,... .m11, erws,o,no, av.ampa.s... ,v1 fLAP,UVI Mina A.VOSS,11. LTAIL O. VUlelklieb AloW. I ', , el I .,' , ,, . 0 , t '' :
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qliellbalCYthlrr.147' asked him his name and address 1101,111ee n monimidow et assassinated P.resident Jose. Remoni.'; could well have been riding' in a- station '',- t s -, ', ,--..
c,aremveealtiPhitshwttim ideannd- sh:lie:etergncaonissutru'in:ionuw,w4NP-' ;7 7: rj '''''
a 1, "definite poucy a
the'. program a 'Bu itinbush, victim Roberto r nes, semen o rs. erne s os ompa res rano .. ,,, .. ,..1,, .,,,, ,,.,, ,. . )
all group's ', of titv to the defendsot ' weeks. He said
1
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ithin a ter'. wagon "'pleb :was, shot at on 110,1am:dies tao ur ay. t,m, ,. it ,r 4,n, D., ..D, ; cll.,- ,.., , h ,,at .r , r
1 t S t d 4 ' ' A Over Caribbean - 2 Canal'Offictals-
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arentiy were in He refused at first to give Ms cost could run4rom 5' to. 50 bil- CaPira, says there 'was, bad blood between himand shotgun suspect Aurelio 'Molina, e, share.
CAMBRIDGE., MaS.,' April 14 -- i V II al 1
name to the inspector, and letpr Hun, dollars dePending on nor. el' croPper on. the farm.' Be does liot in anY,.waY. Ingges,t ,), that tne:,,l, 2, gaugchlasts. mleht have
- The Smithsohian Astronhysicol Oh, 1 1 f V 111,1 I 11
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I srvattry,' despite a contradiction 5 e I i t , ,
. ',. .-,'; .., SPid he resided at building 100 tensive it. walo4 ,1 ,t k beekintended for hits.,Remon. -,:i ', ' P'r' t., V ,'' t ' 4 ' A' ' ' ., ..
' in paralso, ,., .., ,, .. , 0,, ", -, .' 1 ,' .4 'Molina is .being he
)rers ,::- ,.,
However'. it the: pollee siation ,,The Civil Defense. chief. sam Id by be pol ce. r nes s n a o as o p a w s o woun s,
t i A di i I S nt Toni H s it I ith b t. d 'from Mogeow. I stood pat, tea.
on 'its, announcement', thnt,, the , , 5 i----ii ''' 1.,: -' ''' '
'roll' I 1 nut
n but' hii condition ls not serious.v.; : .,.,--,,i ....1, ...,, .1.. ,. -,,,,' ., ,, 1, -- ,. ',' ..t ,- i- ,.,,.., -,,...,,
vi , he admitted being a resident of a -- m
fil ed TV interview ,..r t,e; .. .1 4, i ,
, doe-eatrytne B4sian satellite ills- f '. ' ,, ,- , , ,.
.16rib Panama' - Harold C.' ()stet
rtag (ENS.). that triii-;fenc' ii.,fOreinan' ha's' edmit...is a charge filed last'3une by the , .
ng Ardines with hiirn-1 '' '- '' lt e ,l' integrated last' eight, over the Ca- n, I,'',Everson,), Panama Cqre'l :
ted that there has keen bad bloodpatte!,,ebarg! .,., ,,,, ..., ii a a Aa,, a,...,,,, .,,,
. ill '-' -, - '' ' the govemmen has,- 'conducted

ne admitted being a resideont of
gPanama,

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, tnogo', the sesta,
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dir ector,. is acting gransportation
: : During" her stayln the' C a' n I '
and terminals direetor.l'Irhomas E. ":.
: one;:. she' has been. engaged
Pr-11111 liegin Shortly
martly In rescue onerations. In
-:" : t,kt. ,,, Burrow is actins thiot'nf PTos

18 persons'' front, 'the Colombian
' CML-LidAy. Avaa, tue 4asper rescueu "-.
',WASHINGTON,' April. .14 (1.IP. ecutivi planninfi staff during the
' : ,,
pected' to ireturnYto the Canal ;:
'absence of :
' Schooner Gloria which was. los Secretary,. of State John Foster
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and :adrift 'for: Six dayilit 1, h e todayNoiced hope that pre- 14
, CaribbeatiAgain in: Febroorit- of Summit 'diplomatic talks with Rim. ',The Catiat officials 'are ex.
195;'' the' Jasper laved 10' persons ale will begin ,!'in a few days" and
TOtti' 11.1' She, has else) partictpat- tial" 'steps toward t disarmament. '' r
-1' frOm the -sunken' U.S. 'Alma, boat that :they may 'lead te-agsubstan.. Zene week.'N- :
ed' the annual' Black',:", Christ
But :Dulles quickly said he, waf
lee AsIargesti:,:s.:
niob Idei
4. trio' to Portobelo. not surt-this would be the, case. ,
, r, her efficiency 'in intra.type He made the rem arks in a Jgen.,
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! training: exercisek: the 'Jasper was eral review of world problema be,
, awarded the'Service Frcei Atlan- fore the- ,Interoational,.. Press ',, s
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tie Fleet, ",'E" in 'both 195S a n d 7A';' 4 !A U ,

- Ile did n-nt otalrnr-o-ti De tn-1.7h--.i I -1::,,,P"1.,-;
, se.,:,:......:- ,,,0

::, 1.. the -tio-u-blewasro.iiie-e-,,-tb-an...1; ,7:iie"'s'alidTa.Tot-a-Fo'f 400.060 'of' the'
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-- 4, trio. to .--Portobelo 'MM.' ,IVU"114 wt;', F"e 1.,1 '' ,,-- 77 77,, 7-
'; Fr her' efficiency 'in
""-
eral review of world problems be, ,
letra.type He made the.remarks in ,a Aen, eacl As Ler est-;'
il,r1r111, state' that be bad ,about it devices,',. would ,'Iie
' training: exercisek, the 'Jasper was
set 2,1111ov.. in the eneerct!. .; ,' throughout the nation by Abe end
, awarded ,tbe-Service Frcei Atlan- fore the- hinb
up
, The Judge stated that he wanted of this., month. He, Said besides 2 , e ?.,.,"
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to give the defendant more. time being ,sent' to bigh,schools;' they
........ tie' Fleet ,'E" in 'both 1955 a n d stslotee,, 7 .s, Ul ..
c
, so' that the ese could be thor, would be Sent to cityeand state. 1957v be, decommissioned .0',1" ' ". -- ,
.
, in At the same till, westeln. Sour- hotiste'd
, A cinghtv inv01.;64.,1 '4, to61.11ift 1911 R:::, in 'February 1959 and nlaced

r I s'"'"S Vbiolgit WU. I governmenta IUr trailuuls JAY,. I r 14; 7 ------
: 'This -case ig differPilt from! nnn offipinha 1 4 I is; k
ffe-e-t' at --therd es, in, London said the, West its lead last year, as the iyorld'S
e reserve'

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,' er of- the. defendant.lives in the t1000'13.H.1 Set: -' ' -''''''::::-:::':':'"':. ':''''''::'::':'::'"'''::'''.':4':'':::::'"' ,Aulzutu. ',,,, ow uaanouv4ia, ...mml.5 s,l'agotsVW 11(1113 01 ew,
i 'Cove :Springs; rIL:-, .? ., sin pc .7., s n, ,,, Ix
' '' ':' ' talks in Moscow possibly as ear- nipoing, -sccordios,-, to :Lloyds :
', a area, and because tn. was picked al ::-;:,', :: ;1:4;:':::::.,:::11,',:::::,:i.i' : ,.':i'..;:.:ig!.::.:M':,.,:,;',::''''''' ,. , .,
up at 9 a.m.. on Saturday, ..- and
um ,' ly as Thursday But the sources Register:: of .Shiphuilding., ,,,.,..,.. ..,
said the West would, not commit !' J. , ,, , ,,,,,,
or,', not', at night.';,' ''' '' ', '''''1'. '1, ' ..........
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' ,1' itsettin, advance to a Summit,con- ''-'11,.-1$1, 'figure .-Put'173aPan '''..mo re. :
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:''' C' '''o''ig'''e' '''Bicid 'Sr' ...- 4,
.5.i,-,, -Bail, of .$10. Viassset in 4heo liSf,::. ''''' ' t ? ''' ' .1 ':':..,,-:.,:,.,.;',::',.':1?,:::;.: i ::,:!'N.Z:::'4::f":!:';;::: ,'! ',: .: Dies'In New York' lerence, as, lussia Ansis,ts-7,' ,re, than,. one million tons.,.. ahead, pl, .,
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'1'. n '1',' ,:- '.: , ;.., ,' , !., :: ,:' Buralarv.: Intent, ,,:: : ,,,;:::-it::1.,::,,:,
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:,:,:::,,i:,,,i,:,i,,.:::g,:,;:,.::,,,,:.,:-,..:,.,:, ,:,..,, , .,,,, ,, .,.., ,, ,, 1 gardless orythe outcome of .., the Britain.. its chret, rival: ,.,,, :

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prehminary diplomatit suicussions 1: The Britis tonnage was 1 40?
7 :
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, A formaljcply by r tai n, .,.litest Germany, with 1,230,00
,IServices Set Here- i '060 4

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, ; ::',:-.;:::::::::: ,,,,,A.,5 .4,- . .: I : :!: -: ..- : ',:', France,: and 'the ',United States,' to took, was in tkird place,:i : :. ,., ,::::,
'.::::,,,::.,:,:-:::i...:,:K::::::- ,:,,-,:,:,.,:::: i,1 : ., tivorde.:: A. Black, St:, former the latest Soviet note-is expected ..,,,,.:,.; :: ,,.1'':., ',-.Y..;. ,., ; ';',, ':- '' ' ':
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,..::::',: Postmaster at Coco Solo, died ear- late today: or, omorrow.-; ''.,: :,:, In' 1955 Japan latinched 829,096
:::.:::':4 ,' ly ;yesterday, in. -'New York :. City ,,, Dulles said g:.:would ,he "Illuso., tons," of. shipoinO, :'compared with -, ':-
:::::.i ::' where ; he had been'' inaking ..., his ry" to tliink tffat ant dependable Gerniany's 929,000 ,tons and Brit! .:::
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SPUTME PARTY ,"
11
1 : wu aghast tbe other nigibt to tead in the Sunday at the
,1 Churches" column, (Panami American April that' the Gatlin
, tnin Church was sponsoring s; "Sputnik" picnic for the follow followloesabbath.
loesabbath. followloesabbath. ij, 4", '
t To me this is' a most iivolting and Impatalotic display fot any
, teligious body.-If they must be so "cute" and do not feel that
is the business of any denomination to search for "cuteness".
Why couldn t they have described their outing as an 4 Explorer".
or 4:Vanguard" pitnic?
: :I am a member of a Protestant church, and it fills me with
, shame to tee one of mg group lending itself to such Conmiunist
, 4onsense. , r,
' llince they planned a liunching, an orbit, equiRinent and a
expeotancyl.who provided the detA'' RUSSian dog.
' 4 Patriot.
, 4

2. r PILOTS AND SEAMEN
,
Thili letter is directed to the halfwittercharacter who signed
,"'S'irst Local Rate Pilot" 'Mail Box April
'" In the first place he Is strictly a phony. I work on the locks
- and know quite a bit about pilots, seamen, line handlers and others
In the marine business. They pass my line of vision every day, and
don't,liaVe to wear glasses. '
4 The relationship between., pilot and PanCanal seaman is a
ttiendt, one,- During a Canal transit the pilot is in complete control.
tbe, seaman has a beef -- and they sometimes do ''-- the pi pi-
- pi- -' lot settles the ruckus. Sometimes it's that the foochis not adequate,
or the toilet facilities offensive., The pilot Makes damned sure that
, Phis boys," es he calls them, get a fair hearing. '
Occasionally la fight' breaks out between a Canal seaman and
"
, a member 'of the ship's'crew. This, too. the pilot arbitrates, and
I've yet to bear -a' complaint that "our beys".,were not dealt with
IliflY"Treouently, even, at- considerable loss of time or himself,
the,pilot will work things out so the, seamen get baok home by.the
most expeditiOus means possible. s I
This gees not only for the seamen but for the "litney" tivers.
Many are the sandwiches (handed out by the Washington ((once))
or the,,Tivollmunched companionablybetween' pilot and driver on
the.' way back' home. ,
.The guy that washes 'my ear was recommended to me by a
pilot.' He washes his, too glad to get a little outside work. This
driver tells me lie never crosses the Isthmus that the vitot doeq1111
' stop at some cantina to pick tin a few sandwiches and soft drinks
Vhich' they share before proceeding UDOn their way.
Oh no, my friend you who write that silly letter ---- you are
, no Canal seaman. My guess is you sire one of those decimal push push-
- push- oaleral Yew,. greedy and jealous because someone else, malres a few
' anore bucks a pay day than you do, want to sink the shaft into the
bowels of your betters. '
, It's the usual Red apomach! ',"You'make more than I do. So
give 'me some of it Or take it awav,from 7
If there la ors IMneaty in'yotusoul. which I'doubt.-bere-Is a
iord of advice.' Sign'Ionrtlf qn sts,able bodied, seaman on aome
104 MY jupt 'boatswain's' mste.' first4 stood and
!hird officer 4-14andlietlIous-snaster:g.ticket,,,,..Then tome lacKto
, Isthmus and put in your spoliation for riloW1141-111111111t.'.10-.
- $.1 It mar take you IS or 20 years, but they'll be glad to see yol.
Xilots are getting scarcer every day.
Mul4 Trabi

4 You bad a letter last week signed "First Local irate Pilot.
.It had a great 'ring of insincerity, so miich that' I do tot be beilieve
ilieve beilieve it was written bv a Canal, seaman.1 toispect this letter was
:Written either by mbite collar sorehead,. who lust wanted to jab
mit the well-paid pilots,, or by some sour nationalist 'Nit seeking to
dind a false issue and cry injustice where none exists.
ii
4 The real Canal seamen don't write such smooth letters. More MoregeVer
geVer MoregeVer they Imow the years of responsible service as masters, mates
for pilots of big commercial vessels that are reouired before a man
Xan even be considered for an assignment as ,"pilot in trianing."
But if "First Local Rate Pilot" is really a seaman, ha, he bad
4his'experience? If not,' is he taking steps on his OVIII to getlt?-0r
' he just another one of those people always asking "What's he
' got that haven't got?" when he sees someone in a better spot than
11,,
L Does be ever think about technical education,-real study? Qual;
lilting degrees?
11,4 Suspicious
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PAIRAISO StTr OOL PRINCliAL

Disgusted Patriotic Pananianiaa

Bir: ,,h,
c In order to debate intelligently on the issue of the academie re re,
, re, huirements for the principalship of Perlis school let us agree on
- tertain ground rules before we unsheath our forensic daggers."-'.
. ., 1. Let lue avoid cliches &lid maudlin tentimentality. The letter
' Y,Y' "Not Envious" (Mail Box, April 11) is seasoned with such con condimente.
dimente. condimente. 1 was mov,ed near to tears upop reading it.
'''r 2. Let us try to resolve the issues involved by logical argument
; :,' -Admittedly, the present principel of Paraiso Latin American
School is a credit to his race, to the local-rate communities,. and
' erhaps to mankind in general. His outstanding civic record .end 1
' avellknown dedication to his.professioi are tnspiring and worthy of
emulation.' He has demonstrated administrative ability. ,, ,,
' However, the question of his academic qualifications for gie
pimition he bolds was raised beeause it is felt that the Schools I I'Vision
'Vision I'Vision disregarded other egially eligible and academically qualified
toeal-Rits teachers, who sacrdiced a few years of wage-earning
,and borrowed money to finand their bigher education, in selecting
a successor for' the outgoing, principal of the then La Boca Latin
American High School. ',., h , ,,
' Do you remember who was the last principal of La Boca Tight
Refresh your memory, if you will, for there is quite a similarity
in the respective educational background ol both that individual
' and the incumbent pFincipal., , h ,,,,,,
4, .., These men received their, !wonder? education in ,Jamaica,
11.17.1. Both earned Senior Cambridge Certificates. But the prin principal
cipal principal who resigned, under-administrative pressure went further
to improve his pedagogic ability. He attended and graduated from
Panam, University, then borrowed money to study for his mas master's
ter's master's degree at Michigan University. This man is also a Neero of
superior merit, a well of charitl, and a tower of dignity. He re returned
turned returned to the Isthmus where his tap roots were planted to serve
his people unsellishlv in his chosen field of endeawnr. Yet when
be needed their. collective support it WEI set even offered.
. Most 'of the veteran teachers are, now movine heaven and
earth to obtain at least a BA. in education to retain their posi positions.
tions. positions. This le mandator?. This is the standard. This is the mini minimum
mum minimum academie requirement to teach in an accredited hieh school.
Therefore, if this etandard is arbitrarily waived to accommodate
some PeoPK'notwithstanding their intrinsic valuethat action in
ryself esta ishea a precedent..
d On th basis of this experience or ease. it con be areued that
If ,a tea er aspires to occupy a principalship, he should become
active i civic affaire rather than pursue post-graduate studies,
or, und graduate studies..Where or on whet Must the major em emphasis,
phasis, emphasis, be placed? On seholarohip or on civic Activities? Thil is
the buts of my cheere that the (lanai Zone achninistratinn jut,-
ries the cultural, educatiopal and economic standards of local.
rate eommunitien. '
, "Milk of Maxnesia" (Mall Box. Awn 11) writes that 4What
1 vpeneel two or three veers pro (in the local-rate sehool system)
c:n just!? be called a birt stride ahead on the road to complete
international cooteration." , t ." '-
', Why really bonn.tned in 1954. or thereehnnts. wea fa blohlv
successont maneuver to preclude the inteeration of Canal Zone
rthools. roe We-, ge-gttot-en in enticinatintg of the US Supreme
e,lurt deeilon 4-ing segregation in public schools. Ncithin
ember thi-Tocarrournilis who avocaterforeirilhit
r ,allsb be taught as a' mato pubject in Canal Zonclocal-rate
r,hools?,

Labor Nelvs
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By VICTOR RIESIL
-; ----

There are only,-four states a;
cross this broad land in which
the McClellan. Conmattee did
not find any leads, encounter
any racketeering or need to
terview a single person who knew
of crirainal invasion of unions
there.
Me badlands did not reach in into'
to' into' North, Dakota, the stretche
of Idaho and Wyoming or. the
ruggedness of Vermont. EverY EverYwhere
where EverYwhere else there WU evidence of
Infiltration yet the-men who'
represent the other 44 states on
Washington's famous hill appar apparently
ently apparently will pass no laws of any
'kind to safeguard the 18,000,000
rank-and-filers whether pror
posed by friend or critic of la labor's
bor's labor's leadership.
Yet there will, In effect, be a
vote on such proposals. Thst:
, vote will be cast by the people
of California when they go to
the polls to vote for or against
Sen. William Knoviland : for
governor. ,
,The Senator has made no pre pretense.
tense. pretense. He wants to be elected or
rejected on what he calls his bill
of rights tor labor's duespayers.
His appeal hu been daring. In
recent weeks he has mailed co coPies
Pies coPies of his bill on union reforms
to the editors of 145 labor news newspapers
papers newspapers in California. Know land
knew, ot course, he was writing
to the spokesmen for his most
hitter critics. And he tO
them:
. ,
,

"I recently introduced legisla
tion In the Senate to" assist the
rank-and-file of Im1011 member member.
. member. -ship to obtain democratic control
over management of theit own
union affairs.
s "You will find enclosed a copy
of the legislation, the statement
I made when it was introduced
on Jan. 23, and a section summa-1
ry of the bill. I hope, you will
publish the text of this legisla legislation
tion legislation so that the union members
will have an, accurate under understanding
standing understanding of my objectives in
their behalf. With best wishes, ."
,The Senator received five ,re ,replies.
plies. ,replies. One reported 'Ithey bad
printed, the proposals. One was
rude and told him not to send
any more materiaL The bthers
lust said thanks. : :
-Sen. Knowland is a bard man
to discourage. -, Smite days ago
he, along wtth other candidates;
reteived an invitation to outline
,his views during the week of Am.
19 convention in Fresno of the
California State CIO. A Republi Republitan
tan Republitan has as much chance pf re receiving
ceiving receiving support there 4 a Lot
-Angeles podger in empty Ebbets
-
But tie Senator 'wit fac them
with these proposals:
7 Be, wants a law calling for
election Of union officials with withln
ln withln four-year periods by popular
vote of the membership in seqet
balloting. : , -,,
, He wants the National Labor
Relations Board to bave power to
receive and act on the petitions
of members who charge that un uniOn
iOn uniOn officials have been Illegally
elected.
The same NLRB shall have the
power to hold a poll on the re recall,
call, recall, say of Dave Beck or william
Maloney- in earlier days, if 15
per cent of the union member membership
ship membership ask that the labor chief be
rremoved. This would hold true
for a local union as well.
Also if X5 per cent. or one- out
of every seven members sign a
petition, the Board shall have
the power to change a union
constitution if the rest of the 1
membership vot e for such
changes in a special election
run by the goveroment agency. 1
- The same procedure would
hold foe ehanges In and volt- I
ink of decisions of union lead leaders
ers leaders on dues, initiation fees, as assessment
sessment assessment I, union salaries, I,
fines, suspensions, expulsions,
Union benefits and sunport of
non-union activities. The same I
procedure, is called for in the
, launching, or continuation of
strikes. 'T t 1
The bill would put a one-year
limitation on the seizure of local
anions by national officers un-
der the trusteeship- rules. Mr. I
Knowland's proposalse-say that
funds of such trustee-controlled a
'Ocala must be used exclusively
for the benefit of the union and :
US members.
Me Senator would also pro- 1
hibit union chiefs from signing a
pact with' management which
prevents tmion members from t
striking unless such an agree- t
ment is first approved by the t
membership in a secret ballot. t
These are lust a few of the (
propasals. There are others. The
people of California( will be vot voting
ing voting for or against them when t
they vote next- for governors.
The -nation is watching. t

TEE PANAMA A!IDnICAN AN IND

There is blood, on the moon of
the Caribees. .The best Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence reports indicate that by the
time the blossoms are, out in your
backyard, between 10,000- and 20,-
000 men will tie dead in Cubs.
Leaving between 25,000 and 40,0001
more homeless and helpless war
orphans. .To the extent that Bo.
tista and Castro! are willing to
fight it out with innocent lives,
they are wrong. So desperately,
morally wrong that even the God
they profess to follow would find
His Mercy tested to for.give such
a itin against children.
it is said that Cuba's internal af affair&
fair& affair& are a matte' of her concerti
only. But surely the other ,20 Re.
publics hawk some interest in the
Peace.of tha Hemisphere.
ery man's home is his castle, but
the community has an interest
he is murdering his wife there,

.The Havana headlines on Good
Friday ,,of all days -,- were ap appalling.
palling. appalling. The Cuban gov't hat not
only declared martial law; it has
issued a license to murder. It is
now a capital crime-to strike.
A workman- in Cuba today las a
bayonet in his back--because nei neititer
titer neititer side knows which- way he
would cast his Vote in a free elec election.
tion. election.
The Cuban crisis is the supreme
test of Western Hemisphere solica solicarity.
rity. solicarity. A civil war in Cuba is as
much of an assistance to Western
Hemisphere must act to prevent
I. -.Each side in Cuba prutesta
its love of liberty. If they really
mean it, then let them plead their
causes before the Organization of
American' States. In the mean meantbis
tbis meantbis writer is, pleading
while there is till time ,-- for the
lives of the thousands and thou-1
sands of men who are about to
dieand the rights of, their or.
phans io a home.
"Congress of the United States,
House of Representatives,: Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C; Dear Mr:- Mitchell:
Your recent column entitled, 'The
Deadly Department of Defense,'
which appeared on March 20,
1958,-- is one. of the most signifi significant
cant significant articles published in tho A American
merican American press within recent years.
It is of the utmost importance to
the welfare of our 'country and
alerts us to a clear and present
danger regarding our defense. I
thought it so vital that I- had it
entered into the Congressional Rec.
ord by unanimous consent. It has
aroused tremendous favorable in interest
terest interest among a great number of
my colleagues, who have indicated
they will give the, matter involv involved
ed involved their immediate attention, par partictdarly
tictdarly partictdarly that portion dealing with
the unconstittuonal depreciaion of
the Marine Corps personnel by
the Dept.' of Defense. As you Indi Indicated,
cated, Indicated, person or persons unknown
in the Defense Department, de despite
spite despite the mandate and appropria approprianon
non approprianon of the Congress to keep the
Marine Corps at its full strength,
have constantly whittled away at

Will Ecor NoEvil

it, placing us a a most Unbellev.
able defenseless position.
"Aa a first step to remedy this
deplorable situation, I introduced
on March 20,N 4958 it.
11541, which wotdd make it ille.
gat for any government depart.
ment to withold or impound mon moneys
eys moneys otherwise appropriated by the
Congress trom being promptly' us.
ed or applied for the purpose de;
signated in the Act- appropriating
same. Other Congressmen are now
introducing similar bills.
.

rtN-DrNT DAILY

Distributors

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.
44The early passage of this leg legislation
islation legislation will bring to a halt ; the
abortive attempt to deplete our
present day minute men, our first
line of de ense, the United States
1
Marine Corps. l ,- ,-. ,
,
;.?I'May I, again complimenL you
for briuging this most serious mat.,
ter to, public attention and to
urge You to contlinue Ale' good
work.Sincerely, Herbert Zelen,
ko,, Memberof ,Congress,'.-.. ,:
' George Jain Nathan, ackeoWl ackeoWledged
edged ackeoWledged as both the- dean and the
sage of drama ,critits, was4-in 4
much larger, sensean actdr on'
the vast stage',OL New York We. 1
-He was, indeed,'a critic. Not
because he sought flaws, ,but be.
cause he loved perfeetion, -t Me
was generous in noting the effort.
but merciless in PAming ,. the
short-comings, k -It was because
he was such a master ef, entries entriesticitY
ticitY entriesticitY that he could instantly de detect
tect detect and gine phonies. .111 that
he asked of the performing actS
was that ,they be 4rue to thent thentselves.
selves. thentselves. , ;

PANiVIA 1

VOLKSVAGEN

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4.

.
' NathanAeuld be as tender AS
Peter Pan 'and as robust ',, as a
sLevedore,- and he, applautied each
in its proper phase, ilut he would
not toierake. ketet Van acting like
a ,steVedore, not. a stevedore like
Phter Pan. ',..Thus,.for instance,
hs and. were practAcilly the on.
,y critics who applaudea "Hellza
poppintl' lt, was as low.brow as
an. ape,- but, we both agreed; apes
are very itinny l

With H. L.' Mericken,' G en rge
, Jean Piathan lett a ,deep imprint
on American 'culture, It would be
silly to.lay that he wasn't barbed
in his words- 9.In fact, be would
resent' the implication thit ne
didn't, know, hair td ,thaT pen
.It Nould he equatly 'nee 'neecurate',
curate', 'neecurate', to say', that his rbeart' was
one which loved humanly, be because
cause because be regarded mediocrity as
a sleety form, dekth
ind didn't heitsiti to say, so.-
Of; George 'ileam-Nathsini's life
much will be said and more wi I
be ,written. .As one of his good
frienos, can say the Most impor.
tant thing -about it: He loved liv.
ing Further, he bad the hap happy
py happy facultyand the great.' good
luckto like the people he re respected..
spected.. respected.. He had the affeCtion of
those whom he liked; and he bad
the respect of those whom, he re-'
spected. And 'not much more can
bb said for any- man.. ,,,
t r., (
' 'He was &Mono thaflist of the
dramatic critics to show- Arie guid
, Race when. I was a trightened cub
first-nighter. .He once skid that
he.- never believed in knswering
an' attack and added L' MAW until
you have a label that stands qdut
;--and then stick It onlu.' ,But
I. cou'd never follow that w I e
counsel-tand now and then some
Q my opponents call of them hea heavy
vy heavy 'weightsY did lt to 'Me.

George, once said. that H.. L.
Mencken, his confederate on the
American Mercury magaitne, ask,
ed him:. ',"Do yOu know this Win.
chell 1 .Nithan' said:
"t see him, at the first :nighla.
Why?',',, And Mr. ,Mencken replied.
"Well; I think' we ought to ..g e t
to know, him a little better We
are all In the same libel business
but Witchell seems know
where to stop.'" --7
When wa were criticiO'cl.geiher
we, 'both had -to make deadlines
'and had' only a f eeting glimpse
of ,the stage over our shoulders is
the curtain went down. We sires.
dy had our verdicts, though we
did not, consult berm n I
them. .By 'the same, t e n,
George Jean Nathan's last curtgin
is down.; It, was 's great and
portant show. '"" ;

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WASHLNGTON Most interst intersting
ing intersting question the housewife and the
lamer would like to have answer answered
ed answered is why prices on the farm go
down while prices in the grocery
stores go up,
Shace 1954, tne year Ezra, Taft
'Benson becazne Secretary of, Agri Agriculture,
culture, Agriculture, to 1957, the prices paid to
farmers dropped by 16- per cent
while prices paid by the housewife
went up two per cent When she
went VI the,grocery store she just
did not,-get any advantage from
the fact that farm prices, had drop drop,
, drop, Furthermore, this trend is con continuing.
tinuing. continuing. During a rece,ssion prices
usually drop. People who lose their
jobs have at least the opportunity
to buy food cheaper. But during
1958; according to the Bureau of
Labor statistics, the price of food
is still going up.
The question a-why this'-' widen widening
ing widening gap Intween food on -the farm'
and food m gnacery store?
is one of the Most.important in the
nation, and here is an attempt to,
answer it.
Answer No. 1 can be gleaned
from thstock market: During -the
big stock market crash of October
121-22 last year when' 1,670,000 and
5,090,000 shares were sold, food
stoeks hardly 'budged. The wise
zus on Walr Street knew they
vere maldng money and didn't
irade them short.
' General Mills, biggest flour (firm
in the nation, went down only one
point- General Foods, biggest food
company, went down only five fiveeights.'
eights.' fiveeights.' SWilt, the big meat packer,
went down. half 1,point; Cudahy
'down three-eighths, and Armour a
point' and a half. Safeway Chain
Sages dropped only one-quarter,
Food Fair by only three-duarters.
' BOOMING PROFITS

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Again,.,on Noyember 26'; the day
of Eisenhower's -cerebral 'attack,
the stocit marke,' wait 'lamer
slunip with fivi billions or prolits
wipeu ont.' nu.., ioou scoots stood
like financial rocks tU Gibraltar.
General Milts went op onespoint.
k'o()d Fair' went up a quarter of a
point. Swill, Armouri Cuuahy, Safe
way dropped by mere( fractions.
Since tnen tood wicks and gro grocery:stocks
cery:stocks grocery:stocks have enjoyed a healthy,-
consis'ont climb. ,--, General
Mills up around 10 pohtts, General
Foods up-43 points; -Swift,, Arm Armour,'
our,' Armour,' Cudahy all up 'three ood
Fair up eight,
Answer 1A---It's part of the same
answer, but ,i you look at the fin-,
ancial statements of these com-1
Oanies on file at the Securities and
Exchange CoMmission you Can un understand
derstand understand why their stocks stand
firm and tow they are making
money money ivhile both the house
wirer and the farmer suffet7
' Safeway ,Stores' profits under:
Eisenhower and Benson increased
246 per cent between 1952-56. Food
Fair Stores during the same per period
iod period went up' 90 ner cent:' Super SuperValu
Valu SuperValu Stores UP 172 per cent.
' The, meht packers also fared
well.' Cudahy ntotits went, up, 186
ner cent under ricer Wilson' and
Co. went uo 111 per cent: Armour
no 105 ner cent. The only meat
firm- Ich went down wad' Swift
and C wbielt made, 821.698.000
in 1952 under Trtiman and 813,462.-
000 in 195n under ,Eisanhower..
Theblo dairy firms Gid all right
too, Borden's nrofitg went un 32
ner cent under Ike National Dairvii
Pmducts went no 50 Der cent.
while Beatrice Foods went. up 83
per cent. 6,- ,'
The bia cerealscomoanies didn't
do badly either. Quziker Oats,
whose executives are heavy coo coontrriobfuittsor
ntrriobfuittsor coontrriobfuittsor s'gotouEp s8e9nhoeowrere,ensr et hoerri r
Products went up 51 per cent Gen

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eral Mi Ds up 28 per cent; Nation National
al National Starch 162 per cent, and Fair Fairmont
mont Fairmont Foods up 210 per cent. t
Answor No. 2 What's the rea reason
son reason for these tremendous profits?
eart of it is laiture to enArce the 1
antitrust laws. With the virtual cll. 1
appearance of the corner grocery
store and witb retailerkmore and
more depeident on the giants of
the toed business, the only protec. d
tion of' the housewife is enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the anti-monopoly laws.
However, -the Justice Depart-
ment's Antitrust Division has be- t
come a political instrument, ee re- t
cently shown by Congressman Cel Celler's
ler's Celler's investigation of the telephone
company. And Secretary Benson,
who is supposed to enforce the anti-monopoty
laws against the meat )
lndustry, has as One of his best
friend3 Aled Davies, lobbyist for 4,
the American Meat Institute.- Da- ,
vies is now trying to block the 0'.
Mahoney bin which would transfer 4,
the, enforcement of the monopoly 4,
laws regarding the, -neat packers
away from Benson and put them
with the Federal Trade Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. ,
,toswer,No. 3 is the manner
hi which Sec,retary Benson b a
taken representatives of the big
meaLpackers, the big dairy coin-
ponies. the big grain processors
into hts Agriculture Department
and made them. not the frrmers,
the chief beneficiaries, of Ais
ministration, ,,--
,
This li an important story which,'
, will have to be reserved for ;math.
er coluinn. &tut the best illustra.
tinn is the manner in wsieh Ben-
son aopotnted Aethni Sittmund,'
vice oresident of -Kraft Chebse, as
his cheese adviser. When the
cheele "eiveawaytt took place, by ,'
which a few big cheese comps-
nies on the inside got. a windfall oti
cheap theese,, Kraft mailed out
Printed forms to Its cuetomers with
details on how to, cash in on the
liveaway.,, The dairy farmer 'got
lower prices. The housewife ant
no triefit from the reduction. But
the big cheese ,orpcessors, w b o
had an "in" with Benson, cashed
in. After this' column and Congress
man Fountain of North- Carolina
exposed this, the '.1us'ite Depart.
ment inoved to collect around $2,
500,000 from the big cheese com companies.
panies. companies. '

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Pnncesa Serayar,
1110$,1 Front Pho logs
In Ildan Station
MILAN; Italy,;Aprit 13 (UP)
PrincesslSorayt made, a 43 min-
ute.stopover in this, roin,swent ci city
ty city today on her;way tO the,-Vnited
States via Genoa.. g
About 40 'newsmen,, and phPto
graphers -tried to jumo aboard the
first class coach of the' .express
traun from Geneva when it arTiv-,
ed here. Ten Italian 'policenS it
fought them 'off. :
Soraya, her mother,'and brother
Bigen, were on their way to Ge.
noa where they board the U.S.
Lines ship' Constitution tomorrow
morning. ,,
Only Bigen :stepped, down irom
UPI coach when it stopped...,
He elbowed his way through the
,crowd and returned-in a few mirr mirrIdes
Ides mirrIdes with a parcel of food and s
ttf chamoagne.
' Soriya 'and her :party' had
snack aboard the train as tha
press., photographers 'chanted "So-
rave. .Soraya Soraya."
She refused to appear, however.
and only a few photographers suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in taking pictures through.
the rain smeared window.

MPORTADORA SELMA

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WASHINGTON Most interst- eral Mills up 28 per cent; Nation.
hhYlle
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----!;-"..-..,,' i ing question the houseyiiie and the al Starch 162 per cent, and Fait-
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I armer would like to have answer- mont Foods up 210 per cent. t
prpirctecsesoninththee tagrromcegryo
is There are only,four states a- ii4 ,,,,,
st cross this broad land in which 1
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, - : - ) 1 stores go up, earl of it is,failure to emerce the t
the McClellan. Cormuittee did li , '
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le not find any leads, encounter 'I '.,' re - N
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f. any racketeering or need to ha-. i t t 4 -
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1, ' ,.' 1 4 farmers dropped by 16. per cent more depeident on the giants of
--- ') ,,I.' ' while prices paid by the housewife the food business, the only protec-
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, ,-, .) ,,- went up two per cent When ahe tion of the housewife is enforce- -4
' - -' -- -,-- - - --- . -t Sbace 1954, tne year Ezra Taft antitrust laws. With the virtual cll. ',
-- t
- terview a single person who knew ( ,,,,, ., - r-,, Benson' became Secretary of. Agri- appearance of the corner rocer I
- I g Y
-,,,, - '.- f:7- .. i. I culture, to 1957, the prices paid to store sad with retailerssmore and .''
of criminal invasion of unions f
- The badlands did not reach in- 4 I y
-,-:' to' North Dakota, the stretche t v- -.NNt, ---...
' .14Z. ; ; went tp thegrocery store she just ment of the anti-monopoly laws. it
. of Idaho and Wyoming ot the e -",, --e--- .4. 1
....'''''N' i et, ,-
) del not-get any advantage from However, -the Justice Depart,. I
';', ruggedness of Vermont. EverY- 3 : -C--,-,.., ee"-- .:,,,,,,, , 4' t N. ;he fact that farm prices, had droP- ment's Antitrust Division has lae. t
where else there WaS evidence of '' -Z,t,44... -, 1 N., ,'-' -s.,-.e f '- e ped. come a political instrument, as re. t
r
Infiltration yet the-men who' ',,,,,, -,,,,,,, - -.. -. ifr't 'fr.'. -- rt
-.es..zi
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eently shown by Congressman Cei. it
ler's investigation of the telephone
, represent the other 44 states on i ' --ks, '.,','',' - -4-, ", --;),,,,. ,: ,-
,, 1 untturngth. erDmurinoreg, athrisectresesniodnipsrtecoens athrisectresesniodnipsrtecoenscompany.
company. athrisectresesniodnipsrtecoenscompany. And Secretary Benson,
Washington's famous hill appar- ': b.
,
who is supposed to enforge the an- I
- --.... -;.- :.-7-';-P. ,,,,a00 --
ti-monopoty" laws against the meat 1
, ently will pass no laws of any I ,, ... ,,, ,7,1,,,,,.,.,--,-, ,-,-- ,,,...,..7-...,---.:- 1 , i fooshusba ulhlyys vdio oospdt. Ici 'eheseosaptpl eet hrw.e hBoopuipt ,00sredt u ru nt 1 imietlygr
' kind to safeguard the 18,000,000 ,,,--',-,--- .---- - ,,,,, -,....,
Le- rank-and-filers whether pror --, ;,,r--t, : -------,......-, i-----
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frieSd3 Aled Davies, lobbyist for '
1958. according to the Bureau of lndustry, has as one of his best I
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n posed by friend or critic of la- .., ,- V r N T .,-;.. ik, ty ..:-
j, ': .V.t:10 ..,.'
the American Meat Institute.- Da-
r bor.& leadership. - ,. ' , ;Y.; 'N.:,-:'''.;',4, Vt:');'' !...,...:' '',',.. .;.:. ....:''.' ''";... 1 : ..R
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I s iLss sb ot ill sgtoaitnisgticusi. the ,price of food
1
vies is now trying to block the 0'. "-
. yet there wilt, in effect, De a 1 ., -,,,;.,;,-;1,:f,';',4-7,:i, 'i
' vote on such proposals. Thet: s,, .1, --, 4 , ..' ,-, .&. ,,'--,:,,,,;;;-.-N,' T
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, , ,' ing gap btween food on -the farm
A The question Ji-why this'. widen widene
e widene , Mahoney bin which woidd transfer
Le vote will be cast by the people I s ,,,,,-,,,,,-;,, ,,., ,-,....:ij;,-.;N:,,., ,,,,: :, 1 1 ,1 ''' ,:' ',
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the, enforcement of the monopoly
away from penson and put them
,, of California when they go to -- ',- ,: -..,--,. .-
'''X'' ,,''.-;,' ',..k is one of the Most. important in the laws regarding the, -neat packers
,
a, the polls to vote for or against ,. ,,,,N i l'N.:,- i., , ,
ll 4 ,.
,l, afid food an the geacery store? ,--
with the 'Federal Trade Commis. 1
t I 1 i
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' Sen. William Knowland for ---,,,,,,; , , t,,
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I ned -
is 'the manner ''
: ., ,.. ,, ,,, : , ....-::1,,,, ,-.,, annaAstiwnoesnwr, :itrN, oh:ire...is c, aa. nu beettegre:epat t o mon. ,( , ,,..
h governor. 1 ,, , -,-- -,'v,. N ''' Ss ,le 1 1 1
it The Senator has made no pre- - - 11 1 1 'vs
tense. He wanta to be elected or
in which See,retary Benson b a s
a rejected on what he calls his bill 1,,' ',
'''1. r '2. --- 1 ,-- .' ,,,, .':, ,4'''''::::,; -,', ,1111, 21-22 last year when' 4,670,000 and
, I I, I vitillit. .. : s, t. 4- ,4...:.,.- :-.- l'..k,-; fbriogmsttohct Smt0aerkkeMt acrrkaesth: Datitoinc!olbheer otnswor,,No., 3 ...
taken representatives of the big
' of rights for labor's duespayers. -
meatpackers, the big dairy corn-
Ms appeal hu been daring. In - cc, !,.,,, ,', ,,,-', ,,,,,-,,-,..... ,
.,'i. A,' ',1e,.,It a : , --- ..1..,, .,-,471j,,,,, ,,,1,,,,,.:,,,,,,,,,,,-;- ,--;;:. 5 090 000 shares were sold, food
, ,:
ponies. the big grain processors
ministration, - .. -
, recent weeks he has mailed co- ,-
, into hts Agriculture Department
' Pies of his bill on union reforms
,4-01" ,,-,,;)- ,,- 1,'". ,,,-;7-'f': ,1',.'- ,-- ,,,, .; 4 ; evere malung money and didn 1. and made them. not the Plemers,
,-:-,, les.As. --, '7. "',4',.--,,-; ''', '1,,,440;,4,,:11,...;:;',.,,ei;14.,,,,,-!;.:-.,41:.:,-;. !tuoesksonharwdslyir,bsutrdegeetd. kTnhewe ,. twhiesye
4 -, ..f .., ,.:,--,..:,-:r :, 7,,,,,, -,- f '440,Writ .,'
papeto the editors of 145 labor news- r..1- "4,01vov,-47:;,:ai,:;,,,,!,,,,- ,,,,,,.0,Kn -:;:. 1 --,- : ''' -, ,,,,IP '' : ade them short. the chief beneficiaries; oLhis ad, ,
ra in camornia. Knowland ,,; ",:-..-, ,,,,,,,-,..e -,,,,1-;---, :-.-,..- ,P;),,..,"-t,---.-,-,:,---', ', ..;-..
- .' -vt,,,,,;.,,,,,,i. -...f.,. --,,, ,,,:',--: ",.:
d knew, of course, he was writing .. '''',--,,,,,L,
- :- ', $ -.. in the nation, went down only one , , ; . ,1
to the spokesmen for his most ,:::::,:i !!..f.oitei'. '47 N AlITVICOPC ,, point.- General Foods, biggest food i
' This is in inmortant stOrY which:,
s bitter critics. And he ',said to 'qh,.;4--- .'',,,lf,..';-;',-'4-i, I : '' General Mills, biggest flour (firm
will have to be reserved for anoth
s them: -. , 1 ' eighte. Swift, the big meat packer,
er column. aut the best illustra
- ' ' ' ' ' ; ''- 's went down. half a ,point; Cudahy L t
dun is the manner in wsieh Ben-
". ' ; ', -.., company went down only five-
son lePointed ester Stemund;
' "I recently introduced legisla. 1i A l''' et '- .i ''' ; ' ., k
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a tion In the Senate tcrassist the
', point' and a a a eway eh i
-1i-n vice nresident of -Kraft Chebse, as ,-
1. rank-and-file of 111101) Member- II v
tit
ly one-quarter,
( :', Sages dropped on
e- ;1,7, ,, f down three-eighths, and Armour a
his cheese adviser. W h e n the
ele eiveaway" took place, by
- -ship to obtain democratic control
che
!, over management of their, Own
c i e
whihaf g p
ew' b' heese com a.
t union affairs. -, e .
nies on the inside got a windfall on
t I', ood, ,:FBaoirombyiNoonly,plithroeFe-icl:rusart,,er.s,.
' "You will find enclosed a cOpy ' ." .. '. -. .-, ,
, d cheap cheese,. Kraft mailed out
I of the legislation, the statement
Printed forms to its ewes:Peers with ,,,,
1 I Made when it was introduced MR. AND MRS. 2' lit, placing us in a most Unbehey.1 Nathanlould be as tender' ,at Again, pn Noyeineer 26, the day
S On inn, 22 anti a martian mamma-
UNITED STATESI I able defenseless position. Peter Van and as robust as a of Eiseuhower's cerebral attacs. ,14;1 ,, ,J, ,.

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American, Mercury magaitne, ask, .. . ,' . .. .- . ', .
e0 him:. ',41)o yOu know this Win- ., ' --, t,", s, :, ,.', ','; ;
chell, fellow,r, v,,I.Islit,han- 'said: ,. 1- ''. ,''' ' - v ; -.'' '' v
"I see him. at the first nights. --; : C
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Why?',',,And Mr. ,Mencken teplied. .2 . ' '
"Well; I thhile vve ought to ,g e t '
' to know, him a little betterL We .' '
are all In the' same libel business ...''. 3 ' -.
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but Winch-ell .seems le know
where to stop.. .,:, '.. .'. --- ,( 1, ,,,
'..Vhen we were criticiiC.kelher :'' .' ' i '.
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we,both had -to make deadlines '
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'and had' only a f eeting glimpse ' k ,
tolfle,theeurlaaignewoevnef ,colotiwr nsholltvieldearisreias. ..4,14 .,. -,
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dy had otir verdicts, though we .., j'ik ,, , ,.. ':
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: George Jean Nathan's last. curtsin .. '.1 ,. u ;
: is aown.; It. was 'st, great and im- ... 14 w' '''''" -' ., .. -. ,. .. . , it.
1 portant show. -'' ; .".. ': --', ; ,...1. r. '-. - ; -: ',I
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, '.' fabulous. fabrics' rom a'mous- .2
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NOT READY FOR.001:1EGE '' ; ,, ,', '' ',' ,' .." ' '
' ."Too many young people ere, ',. ., ', ''' ) , ...,,,
'going to, college who simpll' LA. it
are not prePared to do college
.-work.H So says Dr., Wilson li., '. ' ::. ' ; r : v.
-,,, tiPORTADORA,SELECTA.T.
Slkini,' t n o v e. president of '', -: ."11,." Street' No; 1I-52'. Phones:' 2-1483 11; 2-4682 ''' l I
2Iaryland University, at .Col. 1, -; l',, , , , ,
ege Park, Md. lie says parents, ii ..'1 block from Panama, Amrica Newspaper
--Thecae knil ontirr-teltnTa Amfortvo- 4,-Aw-e.-.;.,.....,-

rument, se t
igressman Cel Cel'
' Cel' the telephone
etary Benson,
mforce the an- I
ainst the meat
le of his best I
, lobbyist for
Institute.- Da-
) block the 0'.
would transfer
tho monopoly 1
meat packers :
and put them
rade Commis Commisis
is Commisis the manner
Benson b
1 of the big
)ig dairy corn-
, processors
t Department
t the f,rmers,
es, of -.his
nt story which ,',
Ted for anoth
best illustrit
in wsich Ben BenSilmund,'
Silmund,' BenSilmund,' aft Chebse, as
When the
took place, by ,'
heese comps compst
t compst a windfall ott
mailed out
metoTers with
ash IA on the
w farmer 'got
housewife ant
reduction. 'Rut
essors, w b o
enson, cashed
and Congress
forth- Carolina
us'ite Depart.
aroun4 $2,
cheese com
ayar,
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)hOlOgS
Ion
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:t tVrat

Leon.; eptt t 0 tahwea,, ey ntrf (iormc e m13 eennts on!
It in the laws regarding the
' with t,he Federal I
gleaned sion. '( , .-
ring -the Answer,No. 3 "--
Ocober
hi which Sec,retary
,800 and taken reeresentath
d, food meat,packers, the
a wise ponies. the big gi
w they into hts Agricultul
iturd:pi-drnm:t mthaneindiesmhtriaaeitioeih4neernfi'clan.1
emysitYffiood:ne: Tilts I; S'n' imPort
will have to be rese
packer, er column. aut thl
Oudot? thin 11 the mannrr
mour .11 son map:Anted Ar
IF Chain vice nresident of K
quarter, his cheese adviser
wchhiecehle a"p'itevweawbaigy"
nies on the Inside g
ut kews.t iatfer totli,dtns,r.....sy,
cheap theese,, Kra
,.,,,,......, sertinaitiesdofriortn,hoswtotiots
anokner iiveaway., The (lai
, profits lower prices. The
a stood
0 no helefit from the
bra"8" the big cheese ,nrp,
scpoint. had an "in" with
;er of a in. After thii colum
nd gro. memxeaponntselexndoouthvnetidasin, tothof:0,1.
GlaYeinhSeearaafeli 5p0a0n,000ies. from, t.he bi
General 4, ...--...,--..,-0
,Food
''' Arm" Pthite:ii Soi
Le "Ine we F
th8 fin- I 11,1 rent
tier n'n1 rs.eet'eha.::loktpplasaui, eetnen., . inn::gded:" 1:11.rll'inic;AsiNilSe'irt'aalY.31'11:?tm..r.
'Can un- 1 rti Ian Sta
; - , , ute,stopover in this
. under, ty today on her; wa
ed States via Genos
.. About 40 newsm
graphers tried to ju
first class coach a
., ', traun from Geneva
) tar,eu, ed here. Ten Hall
ail 1,' fought them off.
an- any Soraya, her mothe
krmour ken, were on the
1 '. mwetavt tnoinae swhst;rpe
.838000 morning. , 56:77tibtut:
13,482.- Only Bigen :steep
vet'. : tbm coach when it s
II right He elbowed his wl
.111 De: 1 le inr3 3tv. bc, troeot stwi edw 1st ift hn dcahr aeptmau ror chaeegidn
up 83 Soriya 'and her ,'
: ' snack aboard the
didn't press., photographers,
Oats, rave. .Soraya. .,
ry con- She refused to Sim
v their and only a few phot
Corr ceeded in taking pi(
t Gen- the rain smeared w

IP, and photo
to aboard the
the' ,express
when it mil,. ;
'P011eent 11
:and brother
waY to Ge.. I
rd the U.S.
on tomorrow
I down from
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r through the
n a few miff-
f food and s
arty had
rain as the
chanted "So-
traya."
mrs however.
vraphers suc
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NEW YORK (NEA) Jill Co Corey
rey Corey gave out with her big smile,
a device that could easily charm
- a banker into giving 5 per cent
7'ies," she said, "I like s a d
, songs best."
That is as unexpected as Grace
Kelly saying she doesn't like roy.
alty,,, for Jilt is a happy -girl. But
' she has her reasons, which have
nothing to do with, her sunny dis.
, position.
"Sad songs give you more. of a
chance to act. I never get a
chance to sing them the way I
' like to sing them on records or on
,4Your Hit Ferule,' But I can do
them the way I like sight sight'
' sight'
And she's doinethem sort of
the way shelikes on one side of
lier coming album'. This will be
her first album, and she wanted
something with a good idea, not
merely "Jill" or "Jill Cor e y
Sings.," She got' the 'idea herself
,one side' is just -sad songs, the
other -side just happy songs and
the whole thing 'Is called 4'Some.1
times I'm Happy, Sometimes I'm
Blue." ,,

, Dill
Doggett

"1. think its good having o n e
mood complete on one side, the
other mood on the othe. tide. I've
, got some records where singers
sing ,a happy sng, then a sad
- song: And the -mood is disturbed
: you want to listen to happy
,,' tongs, 'you've got to pick and
choose, On mine, you'll be ablest
- play.a whole side with the same
mood." ',
, 0
All, in i0111:M011 with man sing singers,
ers, singers, today, is rabidly studying act act-
- act- Mg. She'd like a Broadway part
and is aiming in that direction.
But, unlike Most singers, she's al al:
: al: so still studying singing. ,
' "I 'feet I have to impreve as a
- singer," she says. "I think recent recent'
' recent' ly been, concentrating t o o
much on giving, meaning to the
, lyrics and, taking my voice 4 for
granted. I know I have the voice,
but haven't been concentrating'un
it-'for one thing, I hit a note !IOW !IOWadays
adays !IOWadays and don't hold it with e.
nough volume, se I slide of. key.
, Now I'M back studying and ,I
think it's a good thing.'
- All thii deep. thought from pret
ftiv- Jill; viho's..only,1,224and, mon..
. ers when 11 girl is old enough to
' like about her age, : 4,
"Organ music," says ,Bill Dog.
," gett, "no linger can be consider consider:
: consider: ed mainly, a backdrop for loner loner,
, loner, Cs." 1
Bill should know; he's had as
'Much to' do with 'elevating organ
, music as anyone. ,The King Rec Rec:,..ords
:,..ords Rec:,..ords star has had some big hits
slike the fabulous "lionky Tonk"
- --and he's been Ella Fitzgerald's
' accompanist and generally made
the organ a respectable jazz 'in 'instrument,.
strument,. 'instrument,.

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But, 'surprisingly, he never took
a lesson in his jife. He switched
fram the piano to organ deliber.
atelyt, and spent six months prac practicing
ticing practicing the organ all by himself. n
,, paid off.,
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, In a moos important in the
record business, George Avakian,
long head of Columbua's popular
, album division,, has left to be become
come become a partner in World Paci Pacific.
fic. Pacific. Look for the latter, an old,
established jazz label, to become
a big name in the pop field, be

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NEW YORK Army Secretary
'Wilber: Brucker, discussing the
sacrifices the nation inust;,make
in waging the told
"The 'United States will never
give up the defense of the free
world no matter how much it
. costs. What good are dollars if
we come off second best in
, game of this typed",

' NEW YORIOPredident Charles
G.-, Mortimer of General,, Foods
Corp., offering his opinion on the
" cause of the recession!-4---
Fear is playing the biigest
, part in this recessionI do not
)think it is an exaggeration to say
that recession begins and ends in
the minds of men."
LONDON The London Daily
- Herald, quoting Johnny Stompana..
to's standard reply whenever, dur during
ing during his xecent European travel
' spree, plush hotels handed their
bills to him:
; "Don't worry. Lana Turner will
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Lst Of,,Quads
,
Holdin Its Own
, SAN FRANCISCO (ITF)The
last-4nd tiniestof quadruplets
borit to a young Scotsman and his
19.year-old wife was "holding his
own" today at Mary's Help Hos Hos'
' Hos' Little ( Raul McGraw, who
.
weighed 'only two pounds one-half
ounce atl, birth, was the last sur sur'
' sur' vivor of the quads born Tuesday
' tc Mrs. Gladys McGraw:
The only girl died shortly after
, delivery. The first boy died
Wednesday and the second Thurs.
day. '

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Jongs Suit-Her

caus-e.' Avakian is one of the top
men m pop music.
Perry Como's latest, "M a gic
Moments" and "Catch a Falling
Star," is a two sided hit here.
But in England, "Magic Mo.
ments" is way ahead. Burt Ba Bacharach,
charach, Bacharach, co.author of this tune,
says the reason is due to B r t.
Ain's wariness about commercials.
Perry's TV show is Shown over
there. But every time he sings
"Catch a Falling Star," he raps
on a Coke bottle. So England
snips out that part of the show.
The result is that Eng and has
yet to see Como singing the tune
and it's, rarely beard there.
DICK'S PICKS:- Bill Haley and
His Conies ire loose again With
"Skinny Mhmie" on Deceit.- Oth Otheks:
eks: Otheks: "Come to' Me My 'rrue
Love" (Giulio MacKenzie, RCA);
"Small Island" (Les Paul and Ma Mari
ri Mari Ford, Capitol); "I've Got Bells
on My Heart" (Don Cornoll, Cor Coral);
al); Coral); 'Honeystrollin1 -" (The, Har Harvey
vey Harvey Boys, Cadence); "How Can
Your Lose?''' (Count Basle and
Joe Williams, Roulette); "A
Heart for a Heart" (Julius LaRo LaRosa,
sa, LaRosa, RCA); ,"Solitude" Billy Ward,
Liberty); "A Sweet Someone to
Love" (Je March, Kapp).
' Dance music is available In
great quantities on pop LP's; here
are some good recent one d Ted
Strattilr and His Orchestra whisk'
through 20 standards on ,(,1olum ,(,1olumbia's
bia's ,(,1olumbia's "Come Dance With Me";
Perry Como'S orchestra ieader,
Mitchell Ayr's, has another 20-
song record on 'RCA's "Have
Wonderful Weekend"; Ray Antho Anthony
ny Anthony leads his orchestra through a
group of songs about girls in Ca.
pito"s "The Dream Girl."
Light classical entertainment for
your pleasureon RCA, Fiedler
and Bus Boston Pops play "Pops
Caviar," delightful melodic stuff
by Borodin and Rimsky-Korsakob;
more of the same from Epic, with
French ,orchestra playing Mous Moussorgsky's,"Night
sorgsky's,"Night Moussorgsky's,"Night on Bald M o un
tain't and other Russian slections;
Angel has a fine new recording of
"The Mikado," with Sir Malcolm
Sargent leading the fun.

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West took one look at dummy
and sang cheerfully, "Down went
McGinty to the bottom of the
sea." ';. '.-
, South studied the hind' for a
long time. it was obvious to' him,
that West's 'song Indicated four
trumps to the queen-jack. It was
also apparent to him that he
might cause West's happy song
to turn into a dirge.'
: West's diatoond lead was obvi obviously
ously obviously a short sult.-It had to be a
doubleton for South's plan'to
succeed so South played for that.
That left West with seven cards
clubs an dhearts'.and South
needed a -four-three division
there. He also, needed to know,
which suit, was four. cards anti
decided tO 'play for four clubs
since he missed eight clubs and
seven hearts4.0' ,'!'
Now South wai ready to oner,
ate., Re :mon the- opening dia,
mond lead And led, a club to his
ace. A second diamond was nlaY nlaYed
ed nlaYed next and West had to follow.
A small heart went on the king
of clubs 'and 'a club was ruffed.
Now South allowed himself the
'luxury of i lead or the king- of
The nekt three plays Were ace,
king and a small heart : which
was ruffed In dummy., DummY's
last club was ruffed successfully
and now South led' his last
heart.. ;
, West went into a last ,ditch
huddle but there wa tnothing he
'could dosexcept, listen to South
sing merrily, "Ruff high or low,
my hand I show,,it.is a bore, but
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What do you do?
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thinkt itre interested in S spade
game. AetuallY there k toll
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HOLLYWOOD (1k1EA), Dial Dialing
ing Dialing Around: I've always been
glad that morning comes only
once a dayand that the Emmy
' Awards lApril 15) come only once
a year.'
The TV Academy, I'm sure has
done its best in trying to honor
home-screen stars and shows but
even after 10 years of trying its
best there are some odd compet competing
ing competing groups, a couple of lame
ducks, evidence of an Academy
clique and assorted puzzlements
tarnishing this year's Miss Emmy
- The long-gone Caesar's Hour as
a nominee for "Belt Comedy Ser Series",
ies", Series", a category which ignores
Walter Brennan and The Real
McCoys, one of the real bits of
the season; Indicates the 'Acad 'Academy
emy 'Academy members need psychoanaly?
sis. There can be no- "To new"
excuse for the McCoys,- either.
Another..sleeper, "Leave 'It- do
Beaver," which did land in the
nominations, went on the air the
day AFTER' the MoCO3's.
JUST AS RIDICULOUS is
Gunsmoke Star Jim Arness com competing
peting competing for an filmy in the same
classification with four comedi comedians,'
ans,' comedians,' Bob Cummings, Phil Silvers,
Danny' Thomas and Bober t
Young. ,
, ,
Jack Paar's ,"Tonight" nomina nomination
tion nomination as',"Best ; New Program,"
along with Matkerick, ,'W a gon
Train and the pink-slipped Sev Seven
en Seven Lively 'Arts, is an eyebrow
lifter, too: 'tson't ask me,:either,
why singer s Dinah Shore, nit-wit
Dody G00(1111E111 and actress
riga Young are in the erne cate category.
gory. category. Or why .Perry Como is in
a classification which Includes
quiz shows Doti ask me in. fact.
to predict' the 'winners -until the
TV Academy nominations make a
little tnore sense. ;
The Emmy Awards setup;still
trying to please too- many people,
has rowboats racing ocean liners,
skeletons in the closet haunting
people -in k the house, and NBS
and aBs voters,' I suspect, who
never rwatek anything. labeled
A.130-Tr.

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: GEORGE !BURNS .Uy compa- .. .
ny will ;Wm a pilot reel starrino OSLO,' April 14 I
Margaret O'Brien. The first didn't wegian Student Ass'
sell, but 'Burns is convinced that voted to support a 4
Hollywood's one-time , "Journey in the ruling Labor
for Margaret" star eventually will atomic arms for V
journey, to TV stardom.' ..,.A. "sit The 145-year 1)1
uation comedy-western" 1 t inc
- ' claims to be repro
to get off the ground on .Telefilm students in Norway
Alley. Pie instead of gun. slingers? Labor members
There are some peoplei I guess, have put forth a res
who just shouldn't go : 'western. West German atom
Michael Rennie, the British ac- Th central cOmt
tor, brought his, own ,, matched labor,party is expe(
guns to the studio, for a Zane
week it is expected
the- matter Tuesday
Grey telefilnijand Somebody stele
'em., Next iletAcpuie ,WaS la; 14 PktPaMente,i -',

-
1.ged on his side for 50 feet by a
torse..,Adolph Menjou, that fel fellow
low fellow so well dressed I've always
suspected he even has a semi semievening
evening semievening suit in case of an eclipse,
admits to as many as 15 fittings
peT new suit to achieve the right
man of distinction look. He's start
ing 'a new TV series, 'Target,"
with a wardrobe of 60 suits, 30
overcoats and 200 pairs of shoes.
One, of Menjou's style tips for
men of elegance always has been:
"Suspenders and garters are a
must.
THE FLIP TYPE 'grandma l
headed for Tv, in a series title
"You're Only Young Twice."
Joan elondell, ex-wife of' Diet:
Powell and Mike Todd, will do
the flipping; ...
- Idthough it has nothing to do
With 'live" TV, New York has a
new argument in favor ,of "live"
acting. If you don't like an acd
tors, just climb up to the stage
and slap his face a la Miss JoYce
Greller's spring- madness at o' ,a
Broadway .performance of "to&
Back, in Anger.",

Looking at his more closely, I
suspect a press agent pressed the
headline button I am worried
about the idea joining the screw screwball
ball screwball league of flagpole sitting and
sorority roW panty raids.
There it, however, one unmen unmentioned
tioned unmentioned disvantage. :
"Live", stage actors can sap
back! -
TWO MORE film starsVan
Jonson and Janet Leighh a v e
told their agents to go TV show
shopping....' Jimmy Durante's
wordage about pay-TV: "It'll be
Who's gonna watch a live show
when they can see 'The Bridg,
On the -River Karamxikuku' m
their living room for Sr'.
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OSLO,' April 14 (tTPThe',Nor
wegian Student Association today
voted to support a camapigrn with within
in within the ruling Labor Party against
atomic arms for West Germany.
The 145-year old association
claims to be,representativo, of ,all
students in Norway.
Labor members of Parliament
have put forth a resolution against
VVest German atomic arms.
' Th central committee of the
labor,party is expected to discuss
the. matter Tuesday. Later 'In the
week it is impeded to come up
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HOLLYWOOD, April 14 (LT)
A top Hollywood producer said
Lana Turner's career may be
helped by her daughter's slaying
Johnny Stompanato.
Jerry Wald producer of "Ply "Plyton
ton "Plyton Place,"- the movie which won
Miss Turner an Academy Award
nominationsaid he took a survey
of public reaction in heaters show showing
ing showing the film. He said people are
sympathetic toward the star's trou troubles.
bles. troubles.
And Wald added: ."If I was do doing
ing doing another nicture right now, I
would be tdelighted to have ber
, But although-he doesn't think
Miss Turner's career be
hPr-,04, he said "having your pri pri.
. pri. mo Se clothesline
and aired does litir't emotionally."

Pleuras Honored
171111 Screen Guild
Milestone Award

HOLLYWOOD, April 44 UP).
Spyros P, Skouras, president of
20th Century-Fox Film Corp., to
day was holder of the Screen Pro Producers
ducers Producers Guild's 1958 annual Mile Milestone
stone Milestone Award for outstanding lead leadership
ership leadership in the ;notion picture in industry.
dustry. industry. t
Some 800 'dignitaries repreient repreienting
ing repreienting the official Washington, inter international
national international and Hollywood scenes
honored Spyros last night at the
guild's award dinner at the Bever.
ly Hilton Hotel. Sen. Hem7 Cabot
Lodge, head of the IL& delegation
to the Alnited Nations, and Clare
Booth Luce, former Ambassador
were among special
guests.. "''
, Alm presentation was made by
Walt Disney, recipient of, last
yeaes Milestone Award.
Comedian Jerry Lewis served
as master of ceremonies for the
affair which was attended by sucfh
eignitaries as George V. MI n,
chief of the U.S. Information A Agency
gency Agency Gen, James A. Van Fleet,
commander of the Seventh Army
and Korean war. hero; Eric John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, president of the Motion Pic-1
ture Association of America, ind
entertainers Jack Benny, Jennifer
Jones, Irene Dunne and Janet Gay
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' --- -------- --- PT1 Lively 'Arts, is an .'. ereu," tioned -disventage.- .. .:;) .-, ,, ,-
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, either' 41; t actors can ) .aino. to the ',United Natlotie, and Clare .' 44,7 ,,,:, ,,,,, .,, ;:i.'.,...)),,,'.,:.-,..,:-,....,:,':MRS,.. R.; lel.:,ALTM...PH .r''..'' i',. ..,,.:.t.,,:'::'-..,, ::: :.1',:',:.,.:;.";s:,:' ,, t
, : , : ., .. : Bill -,Thf. -..'.," Jill ; ,!,' Wonderful Weekend"; gay Antho. lifter too. !Don t as -met,: ive;:., 5 age ,:
h I e 'Dinah Shore, ',-, nitAolt beck! .....: : ,,. ,,. ,, n .,: : Bootb Luce,-, former Ambassador ''. ,.' I , :,,-.., ...: -,:'-': CANDELARIA:7,- monAtEs,- ,- ., .7 ,,.,. ,--.,..t
, .-, Doggett ': ,- 2- Corer r--: ny leads his orchestra -through a w-Y s eg t
DE' LA.'' GUARDIA ''''''''.!....21';',..:.-,' 7...7,'"?, '1 '''''...1,f, i
', '' ': '' -.' ..;. ;" ;', :. ; ,. ; '. ,i '' '' '' : s : :. : group of songs about girls in pa, Dody
tame cate- 'MO MORE film atara-van guests.," :i',','' -. '.. : ' .r.
GOodMan and actress -Lo- , s 1.t, i' ::''' -- : ,..,, ,. ,.",:: Iv... were among s p et 1 a 1
' :' : : ; ,..' : ).:: '.: :,': :,!." '-.'. '4.14 ...: ANGELA -SHADE :,:ce,,,,,,,.,-.,,,,1:.:,:,!..-,:.,:, ;, v:4, ,-,,.,.
': .':;, "I- think :its good having o n e pito s The Dream Girl." ,-; ,,,,, -- :,
greory. Or :,,wity..,Perry Como,, is ,, in lie resentation was made b
Jonson ,",tind ,,Janet ,'' Leigh-b a v e ,-, 1 : Y .., ... ,; '.:' f.-.:....,! ::. '.., :. ,:',1:,1:.,!!..,,.- ,:l ;,,...:1..
' mo d -complete on one side,, the .. Light classical entertainmeet for tta Young are in the
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' '' other mood on. the tothe.;',. tide. I've your pleasure-on ,, RCA, :, Fiedler a .c as ,
I 1 sification which: includes,
Don't sk me in, fact'
I ''' c t predict! the winners, -untd ,t
t ' .' th a s a d Caviar."' delightful me odic,, stuf. a :
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TV Academy nom a ons, , shopping ! ,'
. ji In MY .. :',Durante's Year'AMilestone :Award., ., , ,,, . :, , , ,,, ,, .,, '7 , ', ,... ,,,. 7,, . ':, ,. ''. ;,,..':;.; 1 :,:.?:.
in ti make a who's tch a hve '' 'show as -master o ceremonies or e :)) ,, . -- ..,.. 7.. ,,, -.:, ,,,,. ', . k, ... , ,,,, ,,,J ,.. ..., ,,,,,. ,,.,....,,,,:,;:i.,.
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told their :regents to go, rtV' show Walt ,,Diney,' recipient of; I a, s t n ..' , ,- .. , ,IN9 ,-E "Un Y : I), ., :,,., .:,:
' got some,records, where t singers and the Bo
ston Pops play "Pops quiz shews' ---,- .1 he ...h p .: "I be "Comedian -Jerry ': Lewle- served : -: -- ' ; 2 -
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And the mood is disturbed by Borodin and Rimsky-Korsakeb!
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li fl ense i,' ' '. -, when, they can see :,The Bridge, pftaie which was attended by su h .. ,. ; . ...,, , : ., ,,,, ..: ,,, : ,...,,,,:v-,,,,,.,.. ::,:,,,,.2.,),.., e4,,5,1-:,;-,,-
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more of thehsame from Epi :
The' Emmy. Awards setupi, still On the River Karamakuku' ,..., 'taries as George' V.-, MI n .' ..,- .. ,.,. s.
in wen'
. ' u'v '' got. to ty j c k ,: and French !ore estra, Inlaying ,-, Mous. .,
, SongS, ,5,0 e- ' 'too- many, people, their living room for $1", .,:. chief of t e U. ., n orma on
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: -:-- choose, Oh mine; you' be ablest sorgsky's,;"Night . '''' Wh ' .. D 'IA '' '''' 1;44e ': '''. ''''' '''tit:''lk ' ''"Ch'''',04'ld'''D '"--St ''' '.' ..:
on Bald M o on trying to' please - - getter, Gen,' James A, Iran fleet, : .. ", ,,. ere 'you ou e your:, ()net, roe ',Pewee..., lc ,:- Is: ro amps. .....
wbeats recipe' ocean ,bners, : , : , , .
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same tain" and other Russian sleetions; has ,ro n
Angel has a fine- new recording of skeletonS in the : sc ose :
1 t haunting k 4" -,
nrwei'' ''.. St-u"ae-lits commander of the Seventh Army i,si,s,ss.s,,s,,,is,i,,:: : ., ,
,, . , moed." :.:...-1. : .:..:' :- :' ':::... Th MI d 'th V M I I people,',In:kthe bouse, and NBS IN,. ....y. ,,. and Korean war. hero; Eric John- ., , ,, 5 ,,,- ,;:.-,,,,i,,, ,, ,..-- ..,, - -,,- -- .- -,, ,, ,''''"',.., :. ,-- '-,:. .-- I., ,,,,,,.
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' ' i' '' i Sar int leadin the fun :, and OBS vo
jill,- in iominon with man sing., ,g . g ,:. ,, ,
tell'. anything., 'labeled ,ou eny, rm ture 'Association of America,) ind si.,,,,,,siiii.u.,...0,,,,,,........!.,;,;,....,,..o....!
', '. ers, today,' is rabidly shidying act. , r, entertainers Jack Benny, Jennifer , ... ,,
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' Mg., She'd like a Broadway 'part .. r7c31--k-,0"---,..,. '7.. i ,,,', ,
''.' ' I o west.Germany Jones, Irene Dunne and Jatiet. Gay ,, ,-, )-, ,.: : ...r.--,,,,,-.-- ,5., 4, : ,,' ; ..-:,:., .. 5,-;;,....,,;;;,,,,,:.,.y,,,,.,,,'..,,,,,,.,i- ,,;,-,..1,,.,,,, :,,.",:. .. ,
: and is aiming in, that -,:', direction.
:' : '.' But,: unlike Most:Singers,. she's el! ''., ,,,, ,,,
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' Margaret: O'Brien.'The
first didn't -
wegian 'Student Association -, today , ,'s
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REVERE, IV' (UP) "77-, Two :. ',,'''' ;1!-
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voted to support a eamapign with
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a- a -;1 is$1911,, E) EA : odd' u ,,,,,journey i th bandits dressed' like railroad men :
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'. -;,- singer," she says. s'1, think recent- ,..., : ,.;, ., ,....., ...,: ... ... Hollyw s one- me -,-, n e' ruling Labor :Party against , d I t rn- to ste a
f Margaret"' star eventually will atomic arms for,West Germany. wavea a ..re an, e :,, P , .. t.:., ', ., :,,,y,, :: :: .. ,.: .. -. -'',-i:,:i 4: ;., ' -' ;: ; f .Al
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to' TV- stardom:: .,...A, rsit ., The 145-year ,-.:- old ,',association woman : motorist : : at a freight :- , ,,, .. ..,,,,,.'.: : 'fr.. .... ,s. ;,, ,,,, ', ,;-"... :',...i- 7 ;-, 1 ':;.' : '-:. '::2 -'i .1 '''' ' '"' '
crossing last night and robbed her : :
." lyrics and; 'taking ray:, voice 4 for -'. Written 'for '.NEA Snrvice .- uation :come Y
d -western". is ',trying claims' to' be representitive of ,all
d n '',Telefilm Isi ,, of $50,- police reported'. ,, ,- '.. ;,.., ..,..' -,.' ',.- - ,, --, ,,, .. , : . . .
. ..,,' granted., I know I have the voice, ... .. ,,... ,. ,, .. ..., :. ..
, to get off the groun 0-, students' in orway. ', -,.,, , .. : . 4 ,., .. ., ,, : ,.., : .
- )., but ,), haven,t been concentrating'en : : Alley. Pie 'instead of gun. stingers? Labor members,: of Parliament .; .- ,' -!,,:,',,,, ,-, , ,, .. ,--,,..,,-, :,,,,,,,iv.,,,,,)),,...:,,,,,,:', -,,,,,' ,,: : .. : ...1,,-,..-;q ,-,- , -- ,:,),-,-,. ,-,-
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' it2-for ohe thihg; I hit a note tiow ., .: .. .. p t f rth 'a resolution against
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'th e ',' '' '' ) 4:8 8 5 ' : '' ho just shouldn't go .', -': western. West German atomic. arms. ,-'
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. nough volume;se I slide of,,-o key. ,' .... : Se 2 :' : ' w 1 It le the British -,'"
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' Now I'M' back ,:-' Studying aild- ,'' I .'' 7 11' 1 '" .",z, ), : tor,: -hreught lu ,. ,; : .. labor, party is : . .
expec ed to discuss ): ,-. ,. "' : :, i, -, .- (-4, , rl
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, think it's a good thing.' .. : the. matter : Tuesday.' Later In the ..,, 't ...,, , e : ,I ) ::::: .)i- ::' ''t "' 7,,
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Grey telefilm :and Some ... :.......;. week It ii expected to, come ii ep ). ?,..; .:. ,:.,, ..,..,,,,..,,
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' "Orson. 'music," says Bili DOg : :'' ''':,', SOUTII (D) ,':e;. , ,,,.. ::.': I.,:,--,.i-;. :-'t ''-''. : ,,- .. ,,,t,- :: ''...',;;. '-' ,,, ., :.
:, .' ,' ; gitt, "no: Ringer -can be tonsider- '-,: s;-.'' .'I? .,,' !ib A K to I 3 --", ,::, li :-,,, ,7..-?,, ":''.'' ';" ,:',.: ,i'' -.':".. : : :, ., : : !.'t ;" ..! .; ..'",'. .' ,,
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, '' ' Bill :should ,knoW; he's had as ,,,',,,-.:, ,, 4A '. -:,:,:',..? -.. ; ,, ,, ': 1,1.: :'- ., ,,,, : y ;.- I ,: : ; :: s, ':. .',. : ', ,
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: ... Bilt, 'surprisingly, be neyer took ,:
, .. .,: West took one look at.clummY a'. : ,, ;' r : n
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and sang cheerfully, "Down went I.
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-', Seuth stUdied the hind for a '''' ".,,., I: ''. ":''' - -. '' ''' '. 1 ' 7' .7 .
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- '; '' record business,' George' Avakian,' trumpS to the queen-jack. It was ,i, ,. ,-.
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' succeed so South played for that. -', , - '' .- j '.
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- Wilb r Brucker discussing :the seven bearts,,):': ,, ,, ,r,'.' --f', o),..:::, :x!;x-x,'i:,,..;::::::::::;:-;,-,,,,s:,,;;s::::;,:,,),:;:s:;,:i : ;, - '' -: 4,' ii -- ,,A,yts ti Y, ' t' '', ' ,-. '. :,., Psi... 4. ', -:. ,.... , ',. s!, ....-.., ,. :
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.. this -.typed'', :. Now South ,allowed himself the '1,,,':: '.,ri';:;:!:;:.,;n,i,Hti!i:!!'t'.,N!,::!!1 :-,,:71., ,... ;... ::' ::-.-,,' .:'.,;.,-: ','
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'', A CCORDING to the National Safety Council, the "do it Yourselr-Craze' has'
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A MOBILE MISSILEPoised against,the,backdrop
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Force Bomarc missile drawsthe interest of onlookers.'
Missile,' largest of surface-to-air 'weapon, is capable'
or 'ranges,. 1?tyond 250 mile at supersOnic Speeds.-

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Author Pat Markun's
Autographing Party
Slated For Tomorrow
The Canal Zone branch of The
National League o American Pen
,Women will give an authographing
party for Mrs.' Patricia M. Mar
kun tomorrow,-the day on which
ber new book, "First Book of, the
Panama Canal," will be released
both hers anti in the, ,Vnited
States.
' Tee, affair will be held in. the
' Litt e Gallery of the Tivoli. Guest
, House). Tea will be served irom
4 to 6 p.m. and cocktails front .6
' Markan' book is the, 84th
ift thR First Book series to be pub pub.
. pub. lished by Franklin Watts, Inc, of
New;York.
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In conjunctiolt with the a r 0.
raphing party, artist memberl.
Pon Women Mil present a gener.
' al exhibit of, oils, water colors
, and sculpture ,in hanging o$ the
exhibit..
Prosident De La Guardie
' Honored At Reception
Officials of the Natidnal Guard
held a reception at the ',Panama
- Golf Club at .12..30 today in ob.
servance of National Guard Day.
' The gold' medal of Gen.' Jose ; A.
Remon C. was presented to Pena.
ma's President- Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr., during the reeeption.

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) LADIES OF PANAMA'S DIPLOMATIC CORPS
TO HONOR ARGENTINE A3IBASSADOIt'S WIFE
Mrs. Olga M. de Allperin, wife of the Argentine Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Panama Samuel Allperin, will be guest of honor
',Thursday at a despedida luncheon. Ladies of Panama's
odrplomatic corps will be hostesses for the affair which will.
. be held at the French Embassy. The Aliperins aro leaving
the Istirus shortly to return to Argentina.

Tea At Union Club Marks
Pan American Day
The Pan American Round Table
observed Pan American Day today
with a tea at the -linion C U b.
htembeits of the Diplomatic,Corps
were among,the guests invited to
attend.
Rev, Robert Cusick

. .
I Leaves For States
The Rev: Robert t. Gussiek,
Etsutrocrh.
'3;.1.etfleyilesetdeeredma ye r 1. i it'll ir ne rooa nn
for St. Louis, Mo., oni a week's
1 business trip. Ile was accompa.
'tiled by his mother, Mrs. Irene
Gussiek, who is returning to her
home in the -United States follow.
ing an, extended visit with h e r
son and his family at their Balboa
home. ,

Mrs. Jackie Gustin,
Entertains Minister
'-, Mrs. Jackie Gustin Curendu
Heights entertained at a brithday
dinner in the Patio of the l'ivo!I
Guest House recently in honor of
Rev. John Spalding of C b.
Guests included fit; Rev.' and
Mrs. R., Heber Gooden the Very
Rev, and', Mrs. Mainert J. Peter.
son, Rev. and Mrs. Samuel ,Wal,
den and Rev. and Mrs. W. Hayes.
Notre Dame Club
Dinner this Evehing
The Panama-Canal Zone Noire
Dame Club will, observe Universal

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. , ,Notre Dame Night this evening
"--.,with a dinner banquet at the Res.
taPrant Akyellef ,starting at I: 30.
1 All alumni-of Notre Dame who
. wish to attend this annual affair
' may make reservation by tailing
Or 1 Leo J. Krziza, BalbOa 3064-
0..ndb College Club Study Group
To Visit Summit Gardens
,.
The National Study Group of
the Canal Zone College Cub 'will
ril1,1
Iv
aVinstilt hSoulicinintiliteirGalpdrer il:den:rn;
,,, there at 3;30 .T.M: Argonomist
. walter,Lindsay will address -' the
',.':';,. rout). and give a deinonstration
n the proper Method of potting
11 plants, ', :,,
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Hero From New York ..,' -,'' --
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ative Ironi Piritina on the teem
ity Council of the United Nations.

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Clayton Officers' Wives
Will Honor Mrs. KJ !lila
The Fort Clayton Oificer s'
Wives' Club will hold a tea hon..'
oring Mrs. Walter Killilae, wife
of the retiring Post Commander
of Fort Clayton from 3 to 5-p.m.
Thursday at the Clayton Officers'
Club. All Fort Clayton officers'
wives are Invited to atttnd.
St. Andrew's Annual
Church Sale Thursday
The annual church sale spon sponsoted
soted sponsoted by the Woman's Auxiliary
of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church,
Cocoli, will be held on Thursday,
April 17, in the Pa r I s h Ball.
There will be a' rummage sale,
white elephant table, cake, parcel
post and handiwork booths. Mem Members
bers Members are asked to bring In their
donations for:. their rummage sale
and white elephant table as much
in advance as possible.
Atlantic Bridge Games -
Scheduled Igor Tonight
The regular weekly ,b ridge
games at the Margarita Service
Center will begin this ovenidg
promptly at 7:15 p.m. The public
is cordially Invited, and a special
invitation is extended to members
of the Armed Forces.
Cristobal Woman's Club
Holds Year's Last Meeting
Tile Cristobal Woman's Club
held the last meeting ot its club
year Wednesday in the room of
the Red Cross building at 2 PA.
The meeting was cared to order
by the president, Mrs. William L.
Brooks. s
- During the business meeting, the
officers for the year 1953 1959
were elected. Those- elected aro:
President, Mrs. tril icha el F.
Greene; lst Vice-President, Mrs.
John M. Purvis, Jr.; 2nd Vice VicePresident,
President, VicePresident, Mrs. Arthur T. Wilder:
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. re.
ter W. Duncan; Recording Secre.
tary Mrs. James E. Agree; Tree.
surer, Mrs. W. Wayne Patton.
It was announced that the an annual
nual annual spring luncheon will be held
on Saturday, April 26, at the Cris.
tobal Sky, Room,' Masonic Build-,
Ing, Cristobal. There will be no
limit to the number of guests
each member may bring. Reset.
Mons may be made by calling
Mrs. J. v. Meehan, 3-1932 or Mrs.
desiring to model her own crea creation
tion creation in the fashion show at t h e
luncheon, and who has not alrea.
dy done so, is asked, to' contact
Mrs. John M. Purviit, Jr., at 3-
2947, ,or Mrs. -A. L., Logan at 36.
The batea class to be taught by
Mr., Manly each,'Friday evening
at Margarita Service Center start started
ed started lagt Friday.' There Is still time

. pantrul indium Its gentle lanolin smooths
arrived in Panama Friday for a I to join the class, and anyone im
',,, tad "daterigent hinds." MT A
,, stay in connection with his offi. terested is' asked to call Mrs. A.
' cial duties. '1 'Metzger, 5.479. The price of the
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IF your opponents beat you at
bridge, let tnem enjoy their suc success.
cess. success. Why try to spoil it for them
by. complaining about what poor
cards ,your, and your partner
held?
Complaining makes 'you- sound
like, a poor loser.

entire course of eight lessons will
$5.00. '
The club'S American flag, a gilt
IwofaractinsapmialyedCanoant Calinaepwters,tDan.Adst.ltrd.,
which was given to the club by
Mr, Emmet Argo, of Gatun.
The General Federation of Wom Women's,
en's, Women's, Clubs will hold its conven convention
tion convention in Detroit, Michigan, this
year, starting June 4. Any eub
'member who will be in that yid yidInity
Inity yidInity at, that time and who would
enjoy representing the club as a
delegate; may contact Mrs.
Brooks, 312312, for more informs informsMrs.
Mrs. informsMrs. ',Brooks introduced Mrs.
IWilliam Staats as a new club
member.
1 Attending the meeting as guests
were Mrs. George Allgaier, guest
of Mrs. M. F. ,Dunn, and. Mrs.
William Geer, gue4t of Mrs. J.
W. Dwyer.v
The club members enjoyed,
musical program which was pre presented
sented presented for their plerture by
group of Cristobal High School
boys who call themselves "T h e
Combo." The members who par participated
ticipated participated in this enjoyab'e present'.
ation were Jimmy, Brooks' at the
piano Eddie Paboh, trumpet and
saxophone, Bill Gibson on: the
drums, and Butch Ilan guitar and
vocalist.
Mrs. R. W. Owen was chairman
of the tea which., followed ,the
meeting, and was assi BA e d by
member of her committee, Easter
colors were 'used' for the center centerpiece
piece centerpiece on the,tea table. Yellow car carnations
nations carnations with tiny bows of yellow
satin ribbon, purple lily of the
Nile., Baby's Sreath and fern in
a crystal bowl werr flanked by
,yellow Candles in silver hold holdMrs.
Mrs. holdMrs. A. R. Campbell, Mrs. M.
IP. Greene, Mrs, T. M. 'Drohan
and Mrs. J. E. Wright presided at
the tea and coffee services.
to Sponsor Dinner
The Mary Bartlett Circle of the
Gamboa-Union Church is sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a ham dinner to be held April
16 at' the Civic Center Building
starting' at 5 p.m. Tickets are
$1.35 for adults and 60 cents for
children under 42. ,-,
There' will be, square dancing at
? p.m. Tkkets may be secured
at the door.

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lack notice ler Inc Nolen thw
selunm. should be submifted m
hoe-written form and mailed se
the loco number lilted daily in 'So
eial and Othenviscu et delivered
by hand to the office. Notice' et
matinee cannot be accepted by
telephone.' I
Admirat Wales To Speak
.11efore Tower Club
Rear Admiral George W a IA,
commandant of the 15th ,Naval
District, will bi the guest speak speaker
er speaker this evening at a meettng of the
Tower Club of Cathedral of St.
Luke in Ancon to be held in Dish Dishop'Morris
op'Morris Dishop'Morris Hall.
A roast beef dinner. will- be
served at 6:30, Members nfa y
make reservations by calling Mr.
and ,Mrs. Dunscombe st 241304,
Mr, And Mrs. Warren at 2-3706
or Cathedral office, 2-2655.
tilliam Farrell Circle
Will Meet Tomorrow z
' 'The Lillian Fatten Ctrcle of tht
taloa Union Church will meet
at o o'clock on Tuesday morning
with Mrs. Sallie Allen and Mrs.
Chambers, at 803-X Em Empire
pire Empire Street, (Balboa. Mrs, S. M.
Hamilton will give t)e devotions
Sod Mrs. Louis Fiske will revie
the study book.' Gifts of food and
clothing los the charity project
will be received.')
Isthmian Organists
Will Meet Tonight ".."
The Isthmian Chapter of t h
American Guild of Organists will
nieet this evening at the home or
Mrs. Arthue J. O'Leary, House 507,
Ancen. The annual election of of officers
ficers officers will take place at this meet meeting
ing meeting and all members are urged to
attend. A program of recordings
will follow the business meeting.
COnSUMerSt
CoOp Meets April 28
The fourth general assembl-e
mooting of the Panama Coils
Ors' Co-Operative will 'be held. at
the Sojourners' Hall on "P''
Street above the Apollo Theatet
on Mondijf,April 28. The meeting
will begin tat 7:30 p.m. and all
members and friends re invited
to attend.
'
Local tO0 Meets
Tsnieht in Cristobal
Members of the administrative
committee of Local 900, AFSCME,
AFL-C10, will meet tonight MI
Cristobal., f-
- 'rho meeting is set, for 7:301
p.m. : I
Alr011 kedge 14
Meets Wednesday
'Lodge 14 of the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of -GovernmentEmployes
will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Wednesday night at
7;30 at the Balboa Service Center..

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27 War god
30 Superficial
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34 Ancient Urfa
35 Get treo
36 Legal nutters
37 Recedes
30 Greek
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40 Gaelic
41 Circle part
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45 Gloasier t
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BRUSSELS, April 14 (UP)-. It
will take a 'miracle for the 1958
Worlds Fair to be finished in time
to open next Thursday.
But 15,000 men working around
the clock tmay provide that mit',

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A look at the mud roads, un unpainted
painted unpainted boards, unfinished pavil pavilions
ions pavilions and still-crated exhibits is e enough
nough enough to convince an observer that
five weeks, let alone five days, i!
not long enough to get everything
1ready for the thousands of people
who will swamp the fair from its
opening day April 17.
As tht deadline nears, the sound
of hammering, sawing and the
general noise of construction goes
on 24 hours a day. But the roar
and grind of the bulldozers and
heavytrucks hauling all forms u,
material Only go on at night.,
From six in the morning utit,1
sit at night no cars or trutka are
allowed inside the 500 atre
grounde,Ait darknes fall the first,
wave of 4 trucks grinds over the
muddy roads into the grounds in
,
US Tax Structure
Deters" lave' itm' eat
S 'enator Believes

'WASHINGTON (UP)Sen.-Jobn
Marshall Butter (R.Md.) charged
yesterday that the nation's "puni
tive" income tax system was
MO Or cause of the recession.
Butler said in a newsletter that
persons in, the top income tat
bracket "have long since lost any
interest' in investing their re.
sources in risk 'enterprises," pre
ferring instead to buy Jar.exempt
state and local bonds.

'It is ironic that thi.Congress
could have created a tax struc.
ture. which penalizes. the Invest,
Ment of funds in th4 creation of
jobs in the private sector of Our
economy, while providing special
rewards to those who are willing
and able to finance the' govern.
ment Sector," he said.
' Butler said ,revision of the In.
come tax' structure' te get' as
much money as possible without
hurting consumer aperding or Tisk
investments is "essential."
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an unloading operation that .con-'
tinues under kfloodlights throughout
fthe night. '
Journalists aid photogriphers
have been banned to keep them
from getting in the. way of the
workmen. '
Fair t:ommissioner-general Bar Baron
on Baron ,llitoens de Fernig insists 'Hal'
the heavy work is done, You'll be
surprised how ,much finishing-or
can be completed now that winter
is over and outside 'work can be.
Se! '
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-
, But- the workmen themselves
aren't so sure.
the' huge.; cirenlar U.S. 'pav1-1
lion' they just shrug when asked
vvhether it will be finished in time.
'In strange contrast to the already-hung
paintings in the U.S. art
exhibit are the huge stacked piles
of machinery still in 'crates. Add Adding
ing Adding to the unfinished look as a tit
shack erected for workmen, it 'sits
in the' middle of the ultra-modero
pavilion. ,
P 4., 4 ',
Jp'st how work ',In the Russian
locat'a right next to the
U.S. exhibit, is coming on ls dif difficult
ficult difficult to determine. Guards at ev every
ery every entrance carefully check pass passes
es passes before letting a person enter.
And if no pass -1-v no entry.,

J6p' Auto Makers
Launch'Fall Scale
Pi6g ram

(1.7i')--' The' japan au,
lomobile industry hopes to oet a
mfiestone by launching full fullscale
scale fullscale -export of Japan-made ve vehicles
hicles vehicles this YPtit,
kotorcai eports to Southeast'
Asia and SOUtil American- cowl,.
tries already were in full svving,
and, the industry IS going all
out to- develop widei overseas
markets.

.
A recent indulitiy survey
Showed that Japan's automobile
exports' last year totaled, 6,592
units, compared with 2,455 In 1956,
Burma topped the list of eat
exports with 969, Venezue's, 798,
Okinawa, 598, FrMOSit, 489t snd
Thailand, 44,

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Warning To West
LONDON tUP)-- The newspa newspaper
per newspaper of the Soviet Navy warned
the West yesterday not to "under
estimate"- the Red fleet-
x,
Tbe newspaper Red Fleet, quot quoted
ed quoted hy Radio Moscow, declared
that 'American strategists devoted
"greatk attention" to seapower in
makint their "aggressive war
plans.' i , ,,
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These strategists of the U.S.
and otherN"imperialist- powers"
expected their naval strength to
be "extremely effective in condi conditions
tions conditions of atomiewartare,ff the Rus Russian
sian Russian paper declared.
'
But, it went "they are apt
to underestimate he forces and
means which they Svould have to
encounter in the war' they are pre preparing."
paring." preparing."

Actress
Denies Romance
With Duce ts Son
N
ROME, April 14 (UP) Sophia
toren's sister Marla Scicolone
day lauPhed off 13ritish nress
norts linking her romantically with
Romano Mustolini, D u e
jazz-playing son.
'
"Even' time I am seen goint
out with a boy they marry me
off to him." Maria gaid when told
about the Keports. "I guess t he
wisest feryt me mould be' stay 1
home." -
Miss Scicolone said :she end
"my good friend" Romano attend attended
ed attended a jazz concert together which
was when pictures of them were ''
taken.
"We are Just friends," she sant
"There is no truth in reports .pf
romance between us." ;;;

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, this, swims, should be submitted us
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. tree-written form and manna so
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, . Rear Admiral George Wit I e-s,
. ,, - . , ,.. i ' commandant of the 15th Naval
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. speak. ' t--1 t rl rn ,,- . er this evening at a meettng of the
Tower Club a Cathedral dt St.
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, ' Luke in Ancon to be held in Dish Dish-
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make reservations by calling Mr.
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.! New York featherweight Piince
; Johnson; 127, last. night 'made
',! Ma Panama debut a successful
1 one by defeating -! ex-bantam
, weiiht !-' e hem pi o n, 125W, bY
unanimous decision., at' the Na Na',:'
',:' Na',:' tional- 9ym .1 before a packed
; house:!--.-1 ., -., .:4. ,, ,
1 'Ile visitor; Who admitted after
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' 'the fight that he War not able to
', 0: do his beat becattse he is being
:- 171 bothered by .- Panama's current
!, a ,, heat wava;. was the aggressor all
: the fway although; his 'punches
, 'lost MOSt of their effectiveness
i In the late tounde. -;' --
1
: :.:.' Johnson explained that the
climate in New York, from
, where be arrived -a week! ago,''
i!, is cold at present and the mil mil,
, mil, ;":. den change-to Panamn'sAcat ,,
I
I: !has affected hint a great deal. 1
1. !, Me chunky, hard-hitting box- il
. er promiseil to tto-4'41bell bitter'', 1
' against ,intesitivij 1,26-pouridt king
1 Jesus Santamaria April 27 at the!
National Gym.: "By that time
11
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I considI credi 'by many the worst per-.
4., ,'
a 4 ibrMance of his local career.
a Reappeared to be in poor phy phy:
: phy: Sint condition and he ,had -.the
I ; soec,tators howling in f protest
t thrciughout the match. : (
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t :. : IlOurne and his trainer Au-
f,:, bre,v Woodruff refused to give
I t..? ant explanation to sportswrit sportswriti(
i( sportswriti( ersl, who tried to find out ,the
, reason for the Chorrillo fight fight,
, fight, a
1,", ees ,, di s a p,R On Rn gc,, Tie!.
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i Eye !got irkothing,tesay.
I 't In, the six-round sentlfinal TI TI;
; TI; : to Marshall, 12614, ,. scored a
a 1111mill-tom: .verdict over Robert0
Mur11,10, 12212. ,.' .-'' '' --, ''''''-
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4 Ray Best 12614; -11KO'ed Saly-a,
',,dor ; Molina, 12U ,in 2,.10 in the
, 1 i last i heat 'Cif a scheduled fott fott'
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' 0 4.0Und : preliminarn and" ; Roy Royal,
al, Royal, ,ITholke,:'12214, 'and Serafin Gar Gar;
; Gar; iota, 42114, battled to a draw in
,i4 I! another Icier-rolmd:seraw 1
4 f 81,

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!Cristobal's steamship YOW was down by the
head this morning as four of their fraternity bowed
' to four Canal pilots in the semifinal round of the.
-
Chrysler-Plymouth golf tournament at the Brazos
' Brook Country Club.

perry Francey of ,Andrews and
' Co. and his son Donald, of C. B.
ti Fenton and Co., were the victims
of exceptionally keen play on be be;
; be; half of Capt. Art Logan and his
lopartner, Capt. Wallace, who
;were km up after nine holes of
play. 4
The 'pilots. proceeded 'at half
speed on the'bkck nine and 'in the
end won comfoltably by a score
of 4 and 3.
Capt. Peter Duncan and Capt.'
:Frank McGilberry played some
fins golf to defeat Ronnie Owen of
,
Fernie and Co. and Gil Morland
, of C. R. Fenton and Co. 3 and 2.

Prince Johnson
Cops Decision
In R.P. Debut

1 TODAY ENCANTO '4, 35-.20
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anama Major. Softball 'League Chimpionshili, Saki'

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TODAY'S GAME (At Santa Rita ballpark
, Bolts, W. (1:,1uceic, D-0) vs. Kent (Lane 1-i

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For the nine holes commencing
at No 4 tee to No., 12 green, the
pilots shot even 'par and while
this sharpshooting was going on
Owen and Morland were perform performing
ing performing like a couple of Le Tourneau
mules. ,
The final match of this very
popular tournament will be play played
ed played next 'Sunday.
Logan and Wallace are favored
to win as Duncan sand McGilberry
have to conceded them ten strokes.
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on -,
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Sports Oriels

'CAGE

The St: Louis Hawks are the new
National Baseball Associations
champions.
The Hawks edged' defending
champion Boston, 110-109, in St.
Louis Sattirday night as big Bot
Pettit played one of his greatest
games. Pettit poured through $
blistering 50 points, including the
clincher it the final seconds o
play. The former 'Louisiana State
star 'dunked 19 of his point total
during that crucial final petiod,
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' Golf impressario George .May
has- joined the International Golf
Sponsors' Association.
.May will, attend the meeting- at
Clearwater, Florida, next month
when the international group and
the P.G.A. get together,- Some
hot debate is expected at the ses.
sion on the matter of, entry fees.
A few weeks ago May cancelled
his Tam 0.'Shanter events at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago in a hassle with the PA.&
over entry money., : , .1, ,
AARON 1
e Mitfielder -Hank 'Aaron has been
picked to regain the .. National
'League, batting,. crown, he lost tp
veteran Stan Musial fist season4
The Milwaukee 'slugger who
won the title in 1956 was the
thoice of half of the '50 experts
who make up the United Press
baseball' committee. Musial was
irnamed on the b,allots of 13 writers
and Willie Maya got 11 votes.
Aaron, while losing the batting
crown last season,- was tops in
'home runs with 44,...tuns scored
and runs batted ii0 He has a four fouryear
year fouryear major league average of .313

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'with Lex Barker'
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TARZAN AND THE
MERMAIDS
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GOLF

It you like Washington or Kan Kanas
as Kanas City to. win the American
League pennant, the oddsmakers
say the chances are 100 to one.'
, As usual. the New York Yankees
have been established as the lay layrites
rites layrites this season at 4'even molt moltey,"
ey," moltey," The Chicago White Sot are
tabbed the (1-3) sechd choice and
are foll3wed by Detroit (at .1-8)
13oston (a,t 1-81, Sattimore (at 1-20)
and Cleveland at 1-30),
In the National League, it's Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee (5-7) to cop thelitle again
ivith' St.'Lbuis the '1.-2y second
choice. Then it's Los Angeles (14)
Cincinnati (1-8). Philadelphia (1
15), San Francisco (1-30)i 'Pitts 'Pittsburgh
burgh 'Pittsburgh 1-50) and Chick (180).

, IKE
.
President Eisenhower has had
a. band in the signing of a prospec prospective
tive prospective major leaguer. 7
The chief' executivr paved 2'the
way, for the son of a White House
(negro) doorkeeper to get a try tryout
out tryout with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The President introduced the doot
keeper --Preston Bruce. to Pir Pirate
ate Pirate board. chairman .BranchRick .BranchRickkey
key .BranchRickkey at a recent dinner at t h e
Whitt House.
The hopeful. 2I-year-old Pres
ton, iunior,, as pitcher-- was given
A. tryout, this spring in Florida and
impressed Pirate officials He will
be assigned to the Pirates' Lincoln
Nebraska team.

Snzi KormOcz Wins -,
Another Net Tourney,
AIX.EN..PROVENCE,, France,
April )3 (1.11))-- Suil Kormocxy
of Hungary won the women's
singlas title 'of the Aix-En-Prove
nce International Tennis Tour.
arnent today by defeating Tele
Raniirez of Mexico, 64, 7-5.

25e. 100,
3:10 TO TINA
.wfth Mend Ford.
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JENN LAOI,E3
111tIr:eff-Chandler''

Retuiniiig

lette'rman

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THE E'ANAMA AMERICAN -- AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPIEE:t

1-4
Salb Oa. High School's basketball
team finished the 1957, Interschol Interscholastic
astic Interscholastic League season with -a 3-3
record, which- was good enough
for second place in the threeteam
circuit. The current edition of the
Red and,WhIts round ball perform performers
ers performers will be striving mightily to
come up with as good a record
for league play. And strive they
will have to, for there- is only one
returning letterman and one oth other
er other boy who was on the '57 squad.
This came at a, rude shock tr
coach Bud Hurin, who had been
looking for four lettermen to
brighten the picture,: The firs; ca casualty
sualty casualty was George Kirkland who
took his athletic talent to the rival
school Cristobal. Then when school
opened in September it was found
that Alex Ruiz ,was among
missing, reportedly a ttending
school in California.1Thefinal
came at the end of the first se.
mester when Lem Kirkland 'WS El
declared ineligible for academic.
deficiencies, '
1This left Raul Barbara the lone
monogram winner available for
the team this year. Al Nahmad al also
so also is back from the team last year
but he isn't. letter winner.
Gary Alexander, a new student
this year, will certainly Nmake up
for the loss of one of the letter,
men. He, adds )a bit of height to
the team, something they can real really,
ly, really, use. in addition he is probably
the best shot on the
Hurin's charges will get their
ftrst taste of fire in League com-1
petition this Friday night when
they take on' the defending cham champions,
pions, champions, the J.C..Green'Devils. This
will be the second game of a
double header. 'rhe opening game
will feature the BHS junior varsi varsity
ty varsity 'against the- faculty team and
will start at 6:30 p.m. ,
The Bulldogs have played four
g, les to date, winning three of
these. They ed,ged past the Fa Faculty
culty Faculty team in their opener 36-32 in
an afternoon contest, and then that
night they defeatPd the LC. quintet
48 o 37, After Easter week they
came back to,play their best game
of the young season by again de defeating
feating defeating the A.G., this time 52-43-
Their loss came .iit the hands of
the faculty, by a 43-30 count.'
in spite of lack of experience
and lack of height, the Bulldogs
have shown that they can play the
game. Once they get the feel of
the game, the way Hurin hkes it
played they should' round '',into, a
SOUR ball club. 1 1
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LESLIE DRAYTON PITCHEi;
POWELLS INTO FIRST PLACE
, By HERBERT MOISE
Powells 5'3 .625
Coolspot 6 4 -.600
'Dep. By Sa las 6 '4' .600 -,---
Yohros 1 7 .125 4
The long, thin and wiry right righthand
hand righthand or Leslie Drayton is preying
valuable property to Henry Thom Thomas
as Thomas and his Powell Garage team
as it once again kept the Thomas
team in contention, this time get-1
ting them a percentage-point first
place berth. Drayton pitched a
!mat four-hitt one-run four to one
victoryto win his fourth .geme
against no losses.,
, Facing Drayton was the always alwaysworking
working alwaysworking Herman Agard whco was
shelled from the box -in the fourth.
Agard walked two, allowed two
hits and four runs in the fourth
for his day's work.
,, After Gill was out, Rodman
wlked,, Arthur also walked and
George Knowles bunted beautifully
for., a single, Then came the
clutch blow of the inning.' Ernest
Franklin lined the first pitch serv served,
ed, served, him to left for a double and
went to' third as leftfielder Brown
fumbled the ban. Franklin scored
a few minutes later with kthe
fourth run is Charles Med to ten tenWhile
While tenWhile Agard was being roughly
treated, Drayton was displaying
sharp control And blazing :1 a t
ban before more than 1300 fans fansHe
He fansHe 'yielded four hits and the run
charged to him was unearned.
The ,"Wireman, as he is, now
being,called, deprived himself of
a shutout when he fielded a to toout
out toout bunt with a runner on third
and instead of, throwing to Brit
elected to play home and threw
to the plate too high.' :
,Letigue plasi continues tomorrow
as the completely revamped Her Hermanos
manos Hermanos Yohros goea against pen pennant
nant pennant contender Deportivo Baby
Sales. b this game it will be El
Morrell for Sales aoinst Ray Si SiforYohros
forYohros SiforYohros on At mound.
.

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Alm: a. 1
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with-Abel Salmi

INSIDE STUFF----The St:Louis' Cardinals ire Making their bid win; this infield. They a- re, .;t'
'left to right, Stan Musial, Dort Blasingame, Eddie Kasko- anct Alvin Dark.$ The:switch is
: ,rnov;.. tn third baFt and bespectacled: KaRktv tak int Avow ithArtatrin Nnt:fine, hAr:

anon

The' Stud Electrico's reportedly
expensive Chilean throughbred Me Menel
nel Menel lived. up to expectations yes
terday and raced to a seven-length
victor3r' in the $3,000 added on&
mile and one-eighth National
Guard Classic. before ,a- lar ge
crowd at the President Remon
racetrack.
Menel justified his favorite' role
and returned $.5.80 per win ducat.
His time for ,the nine furlongs was

,a creditable' p.52,
Jockey ternando' Alvarez held
Menel far off the early pace set
by,' Satallon and Quickie. When
given his head, Nene) passed hors horses
es horses as though they were standing
still and raced away to his easy
victory. Jalisco, a distant last for
more than half -the distance, un
corkeda late, spurt to finish sec
ond while entrymate Mossadect al also
so also came up to grab-third place.

,, By JOHN GRIFFIN'

NEW YORK, April 14 (UP) --
It's the Boston 'Red Sox as the
Grapefrint League. baseball cham champions
pions champions of 1958 and as for a batting
champron, how can you beat
39-year-old gaffer 'with a, perfect,
'1.000
The, Red Sox, who have been
described by Yarikees14Ananager
Casey Stengel as, the pval be
fears most in this year140,Ameri year140,American
can year140,American League pennant chase, made
Or Case look good by winning 16
.out cif, 22 games against majorfi
league opposition Ithis' spring forl
a .727 ,Winning percentage.
That's a comfortable lead ()vet
the brand-new San Francisco Gi
ants, who had the second best
record-,-a 21-11 won-lost record for
a .656 percentage that topped all
other National League teams.'
And it's a whole lot better than
the. losing 14-16 record of Sten Stengers
gers Stengers Yankees. The world ,, cham champion
pion champion Milwaukee Braves were third
in the spring standings with a 5711
average, while the two Chicago
clubs, Cubs and White Sox,. tied
for fourth at ,563.t-I ,
And how about that Williams?
Sheer perfection. He went to
bat only five times -all spring
--socked two homers, singled
once, and walked ,, twice. An
ankle injury ,prevented thi a amazing
mazing amazing 39year ,,' old American
League batting champion from
playing more often and makes
' him a doubtful 'tartar for, ..to
'clay's big opening game in
Washington against the S a n a a.
. a. Of course, in sheer justice the
!hiring trainm' g batting crown has
to go to another creaking veteran-30
year-old Granny Ilamner
of the Philadelphia PhiMes. Mak Making
ing Making a comeback as a third base baseman,
man, baseman, Granny whacked 29 hits In
58 at-bats for a cool ,500 batting
marktops for players who ,bat ,batted
ted ,batted a fair number, of times.,
slugging honors, howevere
went to shortstop Ernie Banks of
the Chicago Cuus. In addition to
hik.375 batting average, the slug.,
ger with the tootpick build slam slammed
med slammed 14 homers. Runner
that department is first baseman
'Skowron of the New York
Yankees.
Here's what happened in the

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, SAO PAULO,' April '14 (UP)---A
fighter who refused to "keep beat beating
ing beating a bloody, man"- last night lost
the' bout to his battered opponent.
"I have a new religion,' Ira Iratilian
tilian Iratilian Paulo Sacoman explained to to1
1 to1 day 41 cannot keep beating 'a
bloody man."
Winner of the fight, by default,
was Portuguese Julio Neves.
It was in the fourth rotmd that
Sacoman, shuddering at the blood
covering Neves' face,- stapped the
rain of blows and asked the re referee
feree referee to put an end to the fight.
Sacoman declared that Neves'
might be killed if the punishment
continued.
When the referee ordered fight fight14
14 fight14 resumed, Seeman stalked out
of the ring. ,
'rhe.referet belt! Neve's hand
as winner,-7

wind-up exhibition games yester yesterWilliams
Williams yesterWilliams pinch-hit a homer but
the Red Sox were beaten by the
Richmond Virginians of the Inter Inter'
' Inter' national League, 5-1,' for- the sec secOnd
Ond secOnd straight time ar Deron John JohnSee'
See' JohnSee' led the Yankee., larrnhartds
witli ii,three-run homer; e r.r y
Lynch's eighth-inning single ,drove
in the ,ivinning run for 'CiClnnati 1
in 'a 34 decision 'over Baltimore;
homers; by, Yogt Berra,,'
for the first time since' March'31,
and ,Hank Bauer led the 'Yankees
to a 10-5 win over the- Phillies;
Frank.lbomas drove in six run,
with two homers utri Pittsburgh's
14-2 win overt Columbus of the til til1
1 til1 ternational League; Washington,
rallied in the last two innings tt
beat the White Sox, Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland scored five runs in the ninth
to beat the Giants, 8-5; homers
by Andy Pafko,' Frank Torre, and
Lew Burdette led Milwaukee AO a
7-3 win over Detroit; Danny Mc McDevitt's
Devitt's McDevitt's two-hit pitching for seven
inningsled Los Angeles toq a, 4 1
win over the Cubs; and the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Aiwept a twin bill
from SLAILotass, 7-1 and 1.2 :
In last-minute. pleyer
Milwaukee optioned outfielder Ray
Shearer. ttr, 'their Wiehita firr
team and' 'needed to trim' brie
more player today,.7; Cincinnati'gt
down to the,28-man limit bv t an annoucning
noucning annoucning it : will r,option
Party Kittyna le 'a farm team toi
day end, Baltimore purchased '19
Year,old shortsin Ron -H a n e
from their Nancouver farm club
but. stayed within be limit oUpp
timiing4 ,tatchet ;Frank Zupo to
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1 EYED ...-. Scouts of every
major league Club are watch watching
ing watching Cal Emery, left-handed
,'Penn State pitcher-first base.
Imam The 6-2, t 210-pound
vountry boy, now a junior, won
'award in College World4Sgries.
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Sapor;-which raced evenly, hung
n to take fourth place and the ,,
short end of the pursei.. Embosy,
Canterina; ,, Guadalcanal, Quickie
and Batallott trailed in that order ..; ,
at the finish.-- ;
The secondary,: attraction, ,-the panama m
4 ,'4urlong ran-American Day
dlandicap, was an eastpost-to-post
r'orever. Posiblemente was sec- ,, 11,0,
ond and Ccnoe third. Julio-,Rodri
guez, who rode Forever,' also ac-
counted for the nightcap aboard W:
Nagir, which like ForeVer is own- t:;:: '1(
ed by Gabriel Ossa Vicua -1 and
trained by Salvador Jimenei.L.
Braulio Ilaeza 'Wai the winning- '
est jockey' with'' three victories, .: tODA1
while Heliocioro Gustines, : Rodri- P
guez and Alvarez each' garnered Boit),
two triumps.1 :
The dividends: , ,1

' FIRST RACE I, ;, ',;.,
1Pangal '-$3.40; $2.40 t;,,
2Manuela pedraza $10.40
:,-, SECOND RACE
1.;--Don Lticho $24.80 $9 : -, '.,' '7
2Mulchen $5.20 ,:
- First Double: $183.
' tiIRD'AACE
't,81orisco excluded from. 1;etting)
$29.80i, 87120 ;'
3-Chitu $2. "" : n,
- OnsIvisit $98.40

- FOURTH RACE
IBargyle $3.t 12.20 ,,
2Folletito $2.40
? Quiniela 340

FIFTH RACE ....-
I.-Romancer $2.40
(No place bettiog)
'-' SIXTH ,RACE
11Polo Magnetic $3.80, $2.80
2E1 Agheila $3.20 ,'"'
- 'SEVENTH RACE
1--Suromenn $5.80,
2Blue Sky $3.20
'''Second Double: $11.60'
1,-Llta lain $2.20. $2.20
2:Cortita $2.2Q. ,
Auloielat '16.40

, "NINTH' RACE ;
$5.80.-' $310
2Jiliseq. $3.44
'TENTH -Riti t
1,,d-rorever $7, $340 z
''osiblemente $4.20
t- : ELEVENTIii RACE
1-44igir $4, $2.20
2,-...AffiliEition Order-, $2.20

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Saturday's
,-, FIRST 'RACE
1:;.-1,Paque'tito $11;',.$3.60,
1$1,lss Patience $3.40
, SECOND,RACE
$10.130,.$5.66.
127-Gay Legend $6.20
First DoublE,'S.,
i tTHIRD RACE
1ftapa $4, $2.80'. ,, :
2La Gazza Ladra'$13.60,'7'
Ono.Two; $124.80
, FOURTH RACE
IDon Luis $2.40 $2.20'
2....-Identica $16.60'
Quiniels: $21). :
1 ;' r FIFTH RACE .,
1-1''raticisquito $2.80, $2.20
2Toxic $2.40 r
SIXTH RACE
IRose of the World 6, $4.
2Matrictdado, $7....
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' SEVENTH RACE
1-Zscardillo $10,.$4.60
2paquiro $4.60
, Socond Doublet $41.40
EIGHTH. ACE
1Tiziane $35.60,45.40
2The Lord $2.40 ;
Quiniolot $37.20
,
' NINTH RACE ,;-
1En.glish Wonder $4.80
2Mikel $5.20 '7
, OnoTvfor $38.00
' .:TENTH RACIE
IMelendez $5.80, $3.60 ..
2Gavilan 46.60.. , :

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ELEVENTH RACE,
1,-Motlebe,24.20, j2.80r
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,!,:ONDAY, It, I::3

Kent-Boite V Softball Series

Co
1.nues at San'ta Toda'-v'

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he Boite W and Kent softball
teams will each strive today. for
a victory that woald place the
winner one step away from' the
1958 Major Softball L e a gue
championship.
Both clubs are' tiel up at one
win and bne loss apiece.,Today's
winner, will take a 'one-game
lead in the five-game series and
will need only, one more yictory
to clinch the pennant.
The, loser Will have to' win't-wo
straight to be crowned champs.
Homeruns have been the high highlight
light highlight of the series which began
last Thursday with Boite W win winning
ning winning 11-0 in the first game and
Kent scoring a 9-7 victory Friday
in the second contest.,

Grace Line won the Minor
League Champioe ip by defeat defeating
ing defeating the, Balboa. Pilots for the sec second
ond second straight day by a "score of Al
to 9. The Grace Liners, banged out
1,5 hits while holding the Pilots to
seven hits. The Pilots rallied for
five runs in the. last inning, but it
wasn't enough 'to overcome the
lead piled up by Grace Lines.
- The Pilots scored two runs m
the first inning on a base on balls,'
a double by Wallace' and a single
by Sears.. Grace Lines came
back to tie it up in the second on
singles by L. Stabler. J. Stabler,
and Morse. Then, while' holding
the Pilots scoreless in the second,
third, and fourth innings, theyment
on ahead to scere three in the
third on singles by Bissel, Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, Griffith, ind L. Stabbler, and
'one more iti the fourth on a single
by Deta Pena,' a triple by Comp Compton,
ton, Compton, base on balls, and a single
by R ichardson.
, The Filots catne back with, two
in the fifth on s single by Wallace,
a double by Sears, and base on
It looked like ,Grace Lines wean
ped up the game in the sixth when
they came uo with five big runs ci
two base -on balls, and singles 13!
Comotom Griffith, and L
Stabler, but the Pilots battled back
with five runs ,of their own four
base on balls, two fielders choice
one hit by the pitcher, two singles,
on each by Fitzgerald and Wallas,
and two balks before Stabler fin

illy- settled down -and struck our l Fitzgerald b
the last man.',The Pilots other hit,Total
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A total Of eight rotmdtrippers we
have been blasted and they have
provided the margirt of victory
in each game. '
Bone W outfielder Fred Mon. t ,,,, 3
gan is the leader in the hornet 11'
department wtill i
Mac Lane, the iron man who-0
has started both games for Kent,
for a total' of ten innings,- 'will
open on the mound again today."'" ','
Lane's record is 1-1. ,' -
US. Army sergeant Melvin Pls. r
cek, 0-0, will be Boite W's statt- :
ing hurler: ".-
The games are being played It it 4 t
Santa Rita ballpark ".Starting 4',
time is 4:30, p.m.
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hamplonship 'Y'r
! I -1,,VAP;a-; e
iraS a double oy seers tne third TI
and tor Grace Line a single,
Morse hi- the fifth..
''.'The'leadinfbitters ,were
lows:: koi the Pilots were Wallace
with three for three Sears with
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three' for J three, ail zgera
with one for one. For the,,Gract
Lines, were L., Stabler,with, three
for four, Bissel with two for three,
and Morse: witlftwo for three, ),
All the bos played a iinderful
series and 'shotild be congratulated
on their good work, The league on
the whole bar shown 4reat e
progement since it was erganized
early,. this year, .;.,-;. s ;,i. r
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; The box score: ,
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Grace Lino ".' "AB R H "',
Comptoa ,; ,!- 4 2 2
Bissel ; 3 2 2
Richardson 4 1" 2 ;
.1.7Stabbler ??, , 4 1 1
Griffith ',F. : .4 2 2
L. Stabler !t '' 4 2 3 :
Morse.,: r 5 3 0 12
Austin : 4 0 0
DeLa Pena " 2 1 1
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lialthee, pilats;i ;', '.i"" If
'Terrine ;;-, :. 2 2 0 ,
Walker, ' 4 1. ',
Wallace 3 2 3 :
Lloyd'
Sears 2,, 2 3
P.L!Fehrenbach k 2 1 0 :,i
L ,Fehr?nbach : 2' o
, '; 3 : 0 0 :
0
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, , ,: i teams will each strive today; for have been blasted and they have 'sit --,,,,,i,
'''' t: :--:::''':' : ':': ':::':: ::::, ''.- "" s s:: : :':-..-::"H-:', ''' a victory that would place the provided the-margin of victory t',-t ,,--
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-, winner one step away from' the in each game. .,,, ,- -, -,e,
1958 Major Softbali, L e a gue -,,' --' .... ,.... ,, .,,:
, ::":' : t.: t :: :,:: s :-' ''' I. i ::: : ;:":":::"'":'::','-';', ','.:::'", ':,.t.::,,: : '':::'-,:"..-;.:::: k,, championship. , ''' -.,- ' ',,t Boite W outfielder Fred Mon; 1 v ,,, .i
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fI' 4,9k '' ':: :--t''''':::::-::: 1 '':''::"''':;','::1':',J'''':',::::::: ". ::::' :' ::z, s, Both clubs are' tied uP at one gan is the' leader in the, homer -Y) ,f
:::: ;,::;..,:':i,:,,:::::,: i ::.,::::::::.!:',::.'.:!,:i!:,:::. f::. :: : :;;!:;,:7:1!!!:::,,,: ;,.: ::: :::: ::;: ,'. win and bne loss aptece.,Today's department ertill two:- ,t,' --- -- t 'z:11 -t-:;-
' -':' ': ' '' ' ::: '": ''' : : '''': ''': ',"- '','' '::: : ' winner will take,. a one-game Mac Lane, the iron man, who'7.,', -,-t. tt,:
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''. i i''''':'::.:':::::::::::::::!:: .': ;:''''.:''''.."::::::' 1 ).''':.'1'.:s:1:'''':.'''''':'''''::'-":':';'''''''':':'" .' 1 '''''''''''''''''-':::'':::::-'":::::::-.'':''''''''':'"Ifit : '::"tr'''':::''''':'::''':'-: :".:: ',::":: 1 lead in: the five-game series and has started both games for Kent, ,-.1-;
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''' ''''-':''''''' '''''' :' ::::: ''''''' :: :"::::' 1 ':,::'::'":::',::''' ':s" ''''''': :: -': i ::h:::"H'::::"::::':,:":: "::::::: '::::::::::::::::':::::::":' :: :: : : will need only, me more yictory for a- total' of ten innings,- ,wil1,444,, .-' .:' ;
''''''''''''''''''':::::::''''"::-::'''::1"-: '; :::--::::::::-'-t": ; ''''''''-,t-;-',"''':''':":',';:''.':',:;:';';::::s.:: 1 '::::::::":::i's,-:--:::::::::::"'::"':::,,::: :"::--",:'..-'::::,'::::::: :::;-,:' ': r- to clinch the pennant ;.-, . open on the mound again today.,7. ;', tt. t-e
''. .'::,.:''':',:l''.::;".'::':": :::' ::: ' : '' s: ''.::::. '' .. ,: 1 : : ';: :'" lir': :". ''''':::::::'" ':: ''''''"':'''::::.'' : : '''''''''"';-::;;''''-'i;.:::: : :: : ': 4,,, The loser Will have to'whttwo Lane's record is 1-1..' ,:-;;-t,,,,,-s.' : n
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ruthnse heeariveeebewehnitchhehheiggehh- e' ell:So...Aro, wmuyisheergBeaonitteMwel; itt!iteP;17-1';:,,r.,F. :.,::,,,,:t...i,
'' -1".1eft to tight Stan Musial, Dort Blasingame, Eddie Kasito- a
'''';',:l.:;1'1)''''i'''HS"11:';6..: F F'''''L'''''''''r'''::'''.1; 'Si. torui:Ci-rdinals- are- tsakingkihlrectbdAWIviiten Dtheirskio,fiTehlde:;Tswheitychiries,: ;,,:'.. .:
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last Thursday with Boite W win- ing hurler: ;- -'- ''' ';',.--' t "' :,- .,
' ' in 11 8 to the first game and The games are being played-Ito' :.:, t.t
-)'"' r'-t-ril ,rnov;si to thirdbaFe And besnectaoled,,,lagicw..ta 12 fl Avow At it,,htwtatein ,Nol.t:fi.no. hAr: ,-,:,
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)HN GRIFFIN :; wind-up exhibition games yester- ,, ', FIRST RACE I . i,. 1
Grace -Line Wins ;.Pacifi '''' ..
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K, April 14 (UP) .- Williams pinch-hit a- homer- but 2-Manuela Pedraza $10.40
on '' Red ',Sox as the the Red Sox were beaten by the ' , ..1, ,, ,
!ague. baseball cham- Ric,hmond Virginians of the Inter- ',' -, SECOND RACE ''' I -,,'-, ., ,,,', , . ', '-
illin6e---Loop',, Cham'pio'n's"11..''i'p"'." 11'.::
and AS for a batting national- League, 5-1,' for- the sec- 1--Don Llicho $2480,49 .' -rt
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iw can you ,- beat it Ond straight time az Deron John- 2-Mulchen $5.20 0 ,' -'
affer with a, Perffet SOn' led the Yankee', -farmhands '' First Double: Mt ; 4. ,-., ...,, .. .,, ':, ,, ,, , 4 .
t.,te, ,, .' '.ki.M.,'i'...", witli it,three-run homer,' J e r.r y ..,', 0 Y e.,mo 4 ,. ; L , .: ,, 1 3" .. .. , : ,' .,, p , "" i
lox, who have .' been Lynch's eighth-inning single ,drove ', '. ; THIRD'AACE ; t.' ',,,',',; '''',, .' f i ':: -''' ., :','" ''' ';',-,- ,41'
Yactkeeal4'ranager in the 'winnilig run for Tielnnati 1-,Monaco excluded from betting) ., -',,- 1 , (It s .t.,,,, .1,1., v,,, I, ., ,,71. ,iA,
it as, the .517vall tbe in 'a 3-2 decision 'over Baltimore; 2-:-Tinela $2980,, $7120 ',', ', .,,,i By' BRINIt:MILLER ,'..,. was a' double b'y gear-i 'In't143-16114:- yt '
1 this yearIe fAmeri- homers; by, Yogt Berra,' plaYing S-Chito $3. 1 "' --, .. ''',, ; , ,-, - .- and for Grace Line a single by,',.a : '.
'Fiendinebitters Avere as 'Isl., .. 1 .''
filoitthhee tPlftilhots ;ere Walla' ce -...6 : '''''
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pennant chase, made for the first time since' March'31, Ono-Twit' $98.40 '' Grace Line won the M I n o r Ihizershs:ee
with three fortrhree Sears with,,,' .1
three for J three,
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'meg against majOr- to, a 10-5 win over the' Phillies; ''', FOURTH RACE ''''',' '' ing the, Balboa, Pilots for the sec second
ond second strieght day by a "score of AI
Mon Ithis' aPring ,. for Frank..ThOmas drove in six run, 1-Bargyle $3., 12.20 ,, .: --
with one for pne. For the Grace ,'' I
Lines were 1,.. Stabler,with three ' 7
3g percentage. with two homers in' Pittborghis 2-Folletito $2.40 -- ', ', to 9. The Grace Liners- hanged out
for four, Bisset with
omfortable ,1ead Over 14-2 win 'overt Columbus of the In- ,. Quiniela 3.60 L ,.., 15 bits while holding the Pilots to and Fitzgerald 7. '"'''
w San Francisco Gi ternational League; Washington ....... i seven hits. The Pilots rallied for
two for thr e .,..'
id the second best rallied in the last two innings tt FIFTH RACE .: five runs in the. last inning, but it
11 won-lost record for beat the White Sox, 9-5;'1, Cleve- 1--R omencero $2.40 L, ,, wasn't enough 'to overcome the e ,
3tage that t000el all land scored five' runs in the ninth ,, (No place betting) lead piled up by Grace Lines. :A and Morse with. two for three '
il League teams- '' to beat the Giants, 8-51 homers ... A. .J ---, , The Pilots scored two runs m ---' --
whole lot better than by Andy Pafko,' Frank Torre, and ,, '' SIXTH ,RACE , the first inning on a base on balls, All the bos played a viinderful t
1-1.9 record of Sten- Lew Burdette led Milwaukee 'to a 1.,-Polo Magnetic $380, $280 a dellble bY Wallacei and a single series and should be congratulated ..
s. The :world ,, eham- 7.3 Win over Detroit; Danny Mc- 2-EI Agheila $3.20 by Sears.. Grace Lines e a m e on their good work, The league on
,ee Braves were third Devitt's two-hit pitching for seven ,, i , ----..... back to tie it up in the second on the .whole has,- showL great inv. ', ,:
standings with a .571 inningsled Los Angeles to4a-4 -, - SEVENTH RACE '.. .., .''. singles by L. Stabler. J. Stabler, progement since it was erganized $'
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. flead this morning as four of their fraternity bowea
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. .., .. i Iii he Bolte W and Kent softball' '. 4.' total Of. eight' roimdtrippers
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pace set short end of the purse, Embosy, 7 r:------------- s.t.. q
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ssed hors- and Batallon trailed in that -order 2. ,, , , 2: , 0 ,.; , .. '. , e. , ,,;,.1 ,,-;
standing at the finish. ,','., ', ,,:,, -, , , . ' ... ', 4 ' ', ,' ,, 2 ':::' '... : 41; ," 4
his easY The'''. secondai attra'etian' --the ' ". K Al
it last far Y Panama Major Softball League Championship,Series',. ,4's
--,.,fu,rlong ran-American pay , ,,..1 s.
ftialtrshe, 's-e--e .11andica0, was an easypost-topost 1 '''.',:, .. ti: ,. ,:, I. ,,,., r',...:-, ,;:' ';,.' ,,',.,'. ,...;,...v .; :....,...,;:t, ev., ,, ,
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trained by Salvador Jimenei.L. ..' 1, ' ., k'',;;--, ,-. ,., -,-Lz... A- -,-- : .:- ., -, .:,..,- -t,.,, ,., -,,-,',,, .,,,,,',.-s, it,. ,...,, ,,f-:.:,, i
i Braulio Ilaeza 'Wai the winning winning,
, winning, ,.. ; ..,..,,, s .. .4 ., .1, ,,.. ,, : .:, ,.. ,., est jockey' with' three victories, ,'. '..,..1''':5;t0DAY,,'S. ':GIViE: (A. t'',.ien,te.'ilitt;',:b.ellpe'r'k'):,,-.;!:,:t 7':::;1.',';';:-; ''
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ine runts scurelebb in av,yinzuo ." , , 4; 1

: i third ongi fnurtb innings, thextmenti ; The box score: --, .: - Li

.: !.'Z,,,,,,---.,: , on ahead to 1., seere three in tghee ss'e - . 4- 2 2 ..,
) X' ,',. ,:. ',":.';, third cin singles by Bissel, Richard
I Grace Lino ' -' ". A ''
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ikon i. -:- 'one more id the fourth on a S'in 1 B1 1 : ( 1 3 2 2 :

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are foll3wed by Detroit (at .1-6) team in contention, this time get-
ting them a percentage-point first SOcKea Two nomoro,
bv t' an, ' :.' "NINTH EAC,E ; -.-' -0, Richardson - ,'
once, and walked ',' twice- t An more Player. today.; Cineinnat V: ., I, ., ,'--- ,s -..., S.,,, by Data. Pena,' a triple by Com ...,. ,, ,,. 4 1 2 -,
1 Ill till 122Y
,, u o, 2. Boston (at 1-81, (Battimore (at1-20) I b th D h d
p ace er rayton pitc e a n
a Id injury ,prevontod the o- 'down to the,28-man limit ton, a, base on-balls, and a single
d Salva--
; Ray Best 12614; TKO'e and-Cleveland, at 1-30). C fi h k" '-
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dor ; Molina, 121t ,in 2:10 in the In the National League it's Mil- t f h't f
nt,a our- i t one-run our to one maxims 39-year ., old American noucning it -- will, r,option pitc ar ene $5,90.- 53.60 v. s: -- by: B ichardson., ; .,', ,
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b h 1 from p t K It a 16' f rrn team toi 2,4 i $3 40 , -- :. , ,, ,- -, -(1 L. Stabler ',,',' -' '' 4 2 3
I i last hCat of a scheduled folir- k (5 '. t., victory' to win his fourth g a m e League 'Ring c amp on ar y 1 1111 a a a ISC ,k,:' i p -,, , ,,
11 f wau ee -7) to cop the truer again , with,
, The ril ts caine back two Morse ,,: a ,,
0 l'oun,d preliminary, ttnd" RoT th St ''L the .1 2)
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, agamst no losses., . p ay ng
1 i ft n and makes d nd- Baltimore purchased '19 ,- ., ,,t, :,, -,,,, ,
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i Tholke 122V and Serafin Gar- Facing Drayton was the always- him a doubtful starter for, ..teo, year,old -shorts.do Ron '1-1 n e n
-- a -5 -- '''' TENTH RAL,E I' -' 4 0 0
choice. Then it s Los Angeles (14) dblbS db DLP '.,';'
a ou e Y ears, an ase ,on e a ana '', : -r '' 2 1 1 '.-
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4 cia, .121 4, ba led o a draw in Cincinnati (1-8). Philadelphia (1 'Forking Herman Agard who was 'clay's big opening game in from their ,Itancouver farin club ti
.L.-1, orever $7, $340 1. t' '',',
54 another YOur-rolmtaeraw 15), San Francisco -, (1-30)i h II d f h b -i h Washington against tho S a n a- I
Into. s e e rom t e ox, n t e fourth, ,, , ,,,, ,, ,.
but. stayed within the limit of'op-, ;,,,
2--..-rosiblemente $4.20 ' '-':-- '''' balls.. -'.- r ' Total ,-, ....,,- ,' ', :. 32'11 15 1
' to , , .. '..: -, , It Looked like prace Lines wrap '' ', -, , I
to : .. i , 1....... -4 rws .A INI.:.,..4.,.. tion t h t 'Frank ZuP0
Agard walked two, allowed two 1105. ---- ,- honing, ,ta c e ,
4 ''' ' ' ped up the game in the sixth
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' wl.ked, Arthur also walked and , -,..r h- ; t . ,,--,-,,,,,,,, ,,u7L 4 TG.411:'..;;a 'e' Compton'. Innis ...iiruntat am 1., wanace ::''....0 ;: '...' , 3 22 33 :, 4'. : I:
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anuull "ca'""11' ''' -.."' " ''''. :' S bler but the Pilots battled back Sears , 3
: .-'-. Joan Crathwforedostinene a:Pbarnesdidi;nt Eisenliower;.1)ai ha,d -, . , an-30 ye.ar-old G .., .. .. , .,
treorce Knowles bunted beautifully of the PhiladelPhia Phillis.. Max' 1., ,r7.7-3:,1,;;-4.1;7.-17,,," ,..,,w" ,,..;,,,,.--t---,,,,v ,Sa turday';idalvsiTdeltindAse: 6-,,;,,,,. ,,..,,...,-,:: ,,, with five runs ,of their own four N1,.' Fehrenbach k 2 1 0 :,i ; ,
' the signing of a rospec
for a saigle .' Then .' came the big a come ac 11 a ''' :. ' ..-.""'""'' "":' :' ', - bas 'on balls, two fielders choice! l',. ,Fehr?nbach: ,-. '. ., .2 0 o ,
' "Sterl f. Es er tive major leaguer. :' , :4 .;('4'."..';':''''''.:':::::::...,':::'.1' 1:;.-41aquetito $1.1;.43.60 .' : :!., .,:' 1 ':'-, tine hit by the pitcher, two singles, Lloyd , .,
' ..' Sal: Mineo In , The chief' executive paved the
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clutch blow of the inning.' Ernest Man, Granny w acked 29 hits 'In r.
Franklin lined the first pitch serv- 58 eirst5htirhd011:beeaet- l'.;;;; t t..o...,..,'is:'.:.'. 'i'..s .' '"' '' :--'---- ...,s--- ''''' ''z I e '
at-bats for a .f.....- ... ,..... ,. , ,'.....'':',:',',.; ; 3---.M,iss ..P. atien...,,ce 0:40 ,-'. ,,-;,.' ,. -' on each by Fitzgerald and Wallac- Nitif,,,,......---.;.,1.:- ', : t ; 3 0 o :
,3 "THE YOUNG DONT CRY"' way, for,the son of a White House pd hlm to loft for 2 &whip 2nd marktops bforkplaersy ,,. nd two balks before Stabler, fin lradley .: ,. ,' J. .1 0 t

tryTe Maj7f!eaguer. 7.
'...,-'7'.-.. E-a-1--Mi- neo in, : '' he clue executive- paved ',in--e clutch blow of the inning.' Ernest Man, Granny wnaciten
Franklin lined the first pitch serv- 58 z'j nbilstt. 'I' '''';'.r.' i 1 '''';''''''. -'''''''''''''''''''''''' 2 1-,r;queuto ;$1.3., ,4J.ou :: 4'1..,,:. I, ':,,
at-bats for a cool ,,500 a ing :..- t ... ,,.-:,..i,:,,,,.,.,;.:. 6, i.,,, ; ,iss patience $3.40 .. -,, tine hit by the pitcher, two singles, Lloyd , ',..,' "::,: ,, 2 0 0 ' ,. I
',3 THE YOUNG DONT CRT"' way for the son of a White House ed, him to left for a double and mark--toPs
'' 'q,... ,,,,..6,..,,..6......002 (negro) doorkeeper to get a try- for players who ,bat ,batwent
went ,batwent to' third as leftfielder Brown ted a fair number' of tiniest; ', 1..:,,,;':. ''-',' :f.':; :::::.., ;;;- !:;:',..i. : : SECOND, litAtlEi;::;,;.;:,...
..,:. and two. balks before Stabler fin. lradley ., ,;. ' 1 1 0 i
1 ''..,-,;, t t ;:,,-,C,..i,.:,,-,.,, ,,7,... 4., ,, ,.,. .. , ...,--4, ', ,--:;',:....:;::. On each by Fitzgerald and Wallae- Nitii.44,,-: .''r ;.0' .. ', t ; 3 0 0 :
, .. , out with the Pittsburgh Pirates. ally settled down -and struck our Fitzgerald 15: F,,-:-, ', .: i.: 1, 0 1 :,'... ., : 7,
fumbled the ball. Franklin scored ,ATop slugging. honors, however,- :, i... J ?. ,;-, ;,:, :,..........i 1lackbit $10.80, $5.6p, : ,, ,
',., i, ' "' ' : The President introduced the doot the. last nian.',The Pilots. other ,bitTotel .7 ;:',,,,, .,,,' i r : -. 23 9 7:: .' r
'IL 1.r11 la En On .1.11 1111 111. In keeper --Preston Bruce-. to Pir-; a few minutes later ,' W it h Jhe went to shortstoP Ernie Banks of .i ..-.:,.,...,i',. : 4F,:,,fy,!';,:,:,:t ik:,),,,,l1 2-7-Gay Legend $0.20 ,:. .;;,-'
Id in
ate board. chairman BranchRick- fourth run is Charles Med to ten- the. Chicago Cuus. :In addition to :I ,...,;,!..." I ;''."..: -ase i, ''''''' '1 '' ,, First Double: '$. ,...'s c. Lmo.. 1 '
' E., key at a recent dinner at t h e
1 D'R.I. I N 1 ter.,,,.( .., ,,, -, .,,,, ,,,,,i ...'. his;,.375 batting average, the Slag, 1 .!,' ,, -1,'-!; 1, ,,,,,'":.,:',., !,. 4i i -...!,: s;, !I ,.....-) '...:,:!; ', .i .. ,,,- ,-, : ,..;: ,: :, .4. .:, : t, :.,, :, : ::; : t .... ..,4 : ,, ; r.: ...... ,. ,.... -,: ,.
While Agard was being roughly ger with the tootpiCk build slam- : -,,:v i ,:- C, '''::.. ,,',.;,-..;1: 2 ?'-' I,- t THIRD RACE '2., :,...,: : - , , ,,,
' Whitt Roust. - '- :
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'3 -TODAY'-'"I The hopeful. 21-year-old Pres
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- Oil ton, junior,, a pitcher-- was given ir:ated, Drayton was displaying med 14 homers. Runner .hip-' in ,,,-: '',. :,,' '.' ';.. :, 1ftapi $4, $2.80,, ,,. ,, ,.. ;
ha 'd
ntrol And blazing -,f a 1 t t t epartment is first baseman I ';''' 1 , .-,...-:. 2--La Gazza Ladra' $13.00 -.:, , ,' ,, : ',, -, ,f :.... .. ; y ',( , ., , K 1
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ban before More than' 1300 fans. Bin 'Skowron of- the New y o r k ;,,,, . .. , '':; ',',..''... -7,7-..'',-.. One-Two; $124110 -..;'., ', - '' ... :
3 ,ONS DAT ,ATI:RACTON2 d
2 ,a tryout, this .spnng m.Florida an Ile 'yielded. four hits and the run Yankees. -. , .. .1 , ,-- ',., :;.,, ; 1 1-,,. ----,-0- .,, , , ,..,... , -;-, : i ,., ; yr-. ..- . ,,
impressed Pirate officials He will h
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ALTA IVILLAILIZ oe assignea 10 toe mates 1.41w.u,in The ,"Wireman," a. s he is, now
ol Nebraska team.
-PDESEIV SANDS' being,called, deprived himself of
a shutout when he fielded At 00-
oxer Whn Refused 11, I ,,- Quinisia: PO. ,
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1 Francisquito $2 80 $2 20 . :. ,
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Kormocxy as the completely revamped Her- oses
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Rodolto AcostA in of Hungary won tho womon's manos Yohros goes' against ,, pen- , ,.. , -1, , ...le: ''' ' --, ......;.', 12,-Rose of the World 6,. $4.20. .4 J.
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1 singles title 'of the Alx-En-Prov- nant contender Deportivo Baby s
-.SAO PAULO,' Aprtl, 14 (11P)-A
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fighter who refused to "keep beat- ,
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, , me a bloody, man"- last ni ht lost ',- 1-;-Escardillo $10,$4.60 '. '.,.- ': lit'"0"'"1
.,...11 CI EN ORE III gill gol rpjl Ram-irn of Mexico, 64, 7-5. k mon for,Yohros on ,the mound. -, g .. 60 - ,-''' '''' .
4, - , the bout to his battered opponent. ,. ,., ,)
!; ,,s ' ' .' ' 1 ': ' .; '' - '' "1 have a new religion,"' Bra- 't 1 ., Second Doublet' $41.40. : , ono ., 0 1, tt4p ............
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I 1 Quinislat $37.20 -' . PI) ,p,,,,, ,,,,, ias
a 11 10.01 II at 1 o was Portuguese Julio Neves. ,,
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' CAPIT01.10, Tlit'01:1 VICTO-Ill'A' R 1 0 sacoman,
I shuddering at the blood
to.A...xximbw.weat44.,64$16.110,,vse..."1 n Twe s36 la ,,, ' :, il -.-4141 ih. Li. A,. .- ,
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33e, --0-...------ 20e.; 25e. --,.-,-- 20c.. 25e.....--.-,-,;-, ise,; 33e. ....-....,...4 tee. covering Neves' face,-stapped the ,
, , ,, ,- , - -, ' '., rain of blows and asked the re- 1 2-Mikel $5.20 -, .. . GAN' kiLL- l'()Iiit NEEDS!, : ,', -.
N A,11 0 L E, 0 N .',. TARZAN'S MAGIV 3:10 TO YUMA: Opituteh Foram' t e to p t
ere u an end to the fight. ,..,,... ,4111' '-', -. .- ' ' .
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Sacoman declared that Neves'
with' Daniel pielin -:..-1
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major league elub are wateh-I I TENTH RACE 7
met btl killed 11,the punishment
' '',wIth WAR Phut' Mg. Cal Emery. left-handed 1 ec 9 an ''''''

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NAKED GUN TARZAN AND THE JEANNE XAGLES , Ing resumed. Sacoman stalked out
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l spite ot all the years we've
been haUnting baseball camps,
we just don't teem to,, have
what it takes; to single out 'a
)oung, previously untried pia,-
er and:, say, 'This guy .. can't
miss."
A total and admitted loron
In omniscience, we 1- ore
never try to name tilt -, ..Jkie
Of thi Year. You. simpty can't
Ret, an authentic line on a
rookie 'in, exhibition games.
,There will be obvious attributes.
leg i speed.' arm power, bat
rhythm. but until these a r 6
' tested in actual bigi league tom tomYDetition.
YDetition. tomYDetition. at least, twice around
t)le circuit. we find it wise l.to
tsithhold judgment. ,.,.- . ,
4 This spring. these rookies at attracted
tracted attracted the -,. most attenptin:
Pitchers:. -Carly, Willey, Braves;
Walt Craddock, Athletics: Mud
Cat Grant, Indians; 4 Charley
Rabe, Reds: Bennie Daniels
Pirates; Roman Semproch, Phil Phil:
: Phil: lies:. Bock Shaw. Tigers; Bob
' Smith,. Red Sox.
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' Catchers!, 1 o h n' Ulari-hird
' Tankeen Ilaywood Sullivan, Red
10,
Sor, Bob .Schmidt, O,lants. In-m
fielders; Fritzle Brickell., yan
kees; Dick GraY, Dodgers: Or Orlando
lando Orlando Cepeda. Giants.; ROnnie
Ilansen, Orioles: Tony Taylor,
' Ovhs: 'Ron Jackson.- White Sox
, Outfielders: Willie Kirkland,
Giants.: 4, Albie Pearson. i Sen Senatom,'
atom,' Senatom,' Veda' riivton. Reds i Der Deren
en Deren Johnson., YiAkees. ,, (Norm
. Skberiv has, been mistakenly
1 elessified as a rookie: he is n
, reran: the Yankees had him in
250. played him- in 54 -games.)
nt the scoret who reported.
, tboma, ounonxediv ronreqprt the
Ines1-1Prolly-to-succeed enrYlvors
Seine ,: had imposing m I V Al'
' letetle credentials:- others -did
, well enough in ramp exerciges
1' to warrant' torther ilriFnentinn
, Ili ellit-dOVPI time. the jiqt will
have been shamly reduced. per-1
,hops1 lw 51) noreortt:

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' It. does 'not follow: :however,
that, this Iist.' fat a it is- will
Dre'lr- thetou rookies of the
, ,TeI. '''V";',instanca.,,leratik Mal,
1rton turned out to be the best
,,thltvl' baseman in the AL 'last
,, ap"'net. ; ,, , ' ,- -'
I IR"natter Mike Hitiehis deny-,
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' In& a 'trade wia on tor Wash Wash'
' Wash' Ireton's' Fddie Itolt,idmitted':
-, IVe could certainly' nqe hit."
' jn sir Eames with San rranelsco
, pe yearbeforc Malzone'., had
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I By MILTON RICHMAN

hit ,.290, with only sbt homers
and 42 RBi. With the Red Box
he was to hit. 292. with IS
nomers, and 103 RBI...-
It was the same story' in the
NL last spring. The Pinnies'
Jack Sanford, with 19 victories,
eight defeats and a league.
leading total of 183 st(ikeouts
also 'became Rookie of the Year.
But in camp he was just an an'
' an' other guy, hack from service
1 who had flopped with Syracuse
(3-14Y in his last active season.
With Malzone and Sanford as
tecent examples, with managers
coaches and scouts, wrong more
Often than right Ln apprasing
latent ability, with spring form
tending tO confuse rather than
to clarify, the training season
being so limited and' the imme immediate
diate immediate standard of values ,so de deceptive,
ceptive, deceptive, this, is an -assignment
for the soothsayer, not the
thoughtful critic. ,
In recent years it has been
necessary to weigh still another
factor. Winter baseball. A new.
ter piaying' in the tropics will
cOmer whd has spent the win winteport
teport winteport with the advantages of
fiddle-lit4 condition and mid midseeson
seeson midseeson sharpened skillS.
env. he'll be more eve arresting
than 'other newcomers who re remained
mained remained in hibernation.

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' P AND P PARLA
Mom with Cepeda,-, Pearson
and Pinson have beery, mostl
nrominentiv featured in Press
box 'prose this spring'. '.PPar-1
son on aeounf of his midwet
Airnensinne (5-4. 140 110111140
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di, Teht,01,'S tirpifAas plormenott
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Wort Wootton, the 14.
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When Tebbetts finishes, 'et 'ettollinm
tollinm 'ettollinm the prospects of 194ear 194earYears
Years 194earYears out of high school. your
old Pinson, an outfielder, two
auricular sense a rft rendered
defutt for hours. Still, the
Calif rnian does have all of the
Abvious attributes. At least, by
spring' canto .standArdS,
The classic- ropkie lettet; .re .reMPins
MPins .reMPins eternally pertinent
"Mom, I'll be home tomorroW.
The pitchers have started to
throw curves." 1

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- By mityoN RICHMAN
' NEW YORK alP)There's a
nip in the air and you. still need
a topcoat, but the,16 major .eague
clubs are &ilk warmed up and
keyed up for the ouicial opening
of a. new baseabil season that wilt
take them rrom coast-tocoast for
the first bmek in history.
,
The' Washington Senatrs,', gen generally
erally generally last in the America
League ", but always, f ir t in
LAtuicmng tne campaign,- get un underway
derway underway against the Boston -Red
Sox today, with President Eis
enhower tossing out the first ball
at the nation's capital.
- The Washington-Boston contest,
however. merely is a prelude to
.Tuesday's Mgrand opening" when
all the major league clubs are
schedtded to swing into action.
There will' be action 'enough for
every-:baseball fan -on Tuesday
with games scheduled : in- the
East,' Midwest,,and pacifie CORO
heviers' Forecast

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i-A crowd of 23,600, all that can
squeeze into ., San Francisco's
Seals' Stadium,. are expected' to
see the first regular Maj Or league
game ever played in ..,alifornia
Tuesday when the Plants face the
Dodgers. , , , , ,
L The world champion Milwaukee
Braves open at home against the
improved Pittsburgh Pirates, with
a erowd ofv16,000 anticipated, and
the Ameridan League champion
New-York Yankees meet the Bed
Sox at Boston.
- For Dodger President Walter
O'Malley, Friday is the big day.
That's the day the Dodgers open
ther home season at Los Ange'es
against the rival, Giants and some
9t4000 fans, more people than
have ever watched a baseball
game anywhere in the U.S., are
expected to jam 4he mammoth
Coliseum. .., , j
' Possible Showers are 'forecast
Throughout the baseball, map for
Tuesday, except for San Francis.
co, where the weather man pre.
diets it will be clear and sunny.
If it does rain iTuesday, the
only folks who won't -be disap.
poined are New York' baseball
fans who have ,no park to ,go to
on ; that dayeven should the
weather be, nice. Ityparks the
first time since late in the 1880's
that there will,lle no ball game
in New York sin 'opening day.
. ....441' w, ,,. k,,,1 ...,
, Williams Doubtful Starter
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' A crowd 'of 28,000,ts expected
to turn out for the game between
the Senators and Red Sox at

Washington tot) ay. Ted Wil WilLams,
Lams, WilLams, still nulling a sore side
and a tender ankle, is a doubtful
starter for the ,R'ed Sox, who will
send big Frank Sullivan (14-11) to
the mound against Pedro Ramos
(12-16).
In tomorrow's games:' Detroit
will be at 'Chicago, Kansas City
at C eveland, Washington at Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore ,and New York4 at Boston
in the American League, while in
the National League, Philadelphia
opens at Cincinnati,. Chicago at
St. Louis in a night game, Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh at Milwaukee and LO3 An Angeles
geles Angeles San Francisco.
According to the odds-makers,
the Braves and Yankees will re

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But neither dui) figures tO
make it a runaway race. Man Manager
ager Manager Walt Alston at the Dodgers
says- his club has the necessary
pitching ,to win Fred Hutch Hutchinson
inson Hutchinson points "out his Cardinals
didn't miss by too much last year
and they,re even stronger this
year' e while. Birdie Tebbetts
believes his Redlegs L have, a
chance because their pitching has
improved. ,- v, N,

Over in the 'American League,
Al Lopez is. convinced the White,
Sox can beat the Yankees be.1
cause o, a pitching staff which in.
eludes Bay Pierce, Dick Dono,
vane Early ,Wynn, Jim Wilson and'
Ray Moore Manager Mike
Higgins insists this is. the best'
Heston club he has ever handled
; and Jack Tighe feels the Ti Tiger
ger Tiger can win it all despite a poor
sho,,ing during spring training.

' Bragan Pilots Tribe r
The only liew mnager in both
leagues sthis year is Bobby Bro Brogan,
gan, Brogan, who is ;.confident he CHO
bring the Cleveland Indians Dome
a couple of 'notches higher than
thesixth place they finished last
- To help get the Indians off
rigbt;'Bragan will send his ace,
ire bailer Herb Score' against
Ned Garver of the Athletics at
Kansas City in the opener. Score,
sidelinedlast Ilay when hit In the
eye with a batted ball, had a 2-1
record last year; Garver, a junk
ball pitcher, WAS 613.
, Pierces'', who wag 20-12, last sea season,
son, season, ,goesto the' firing line for
the White Sox in their opener at
Chicago and will be opposed by
Detroit age Jim lunning, (20-11)-
Southpaw Chuck Stobbs, (8-20)
is Washington's second day,choice

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to enice, German sisters, Isa,
out and push. There wasn't m

to face rangy Connie Johnson (14
11) of the orioles at Baltimore,
And the Yankees have nominated
rehabilitated Don Larsen (10-4) to
pitch against knuckleballer Wil Willard
lard Willard Nixon f12-13) of the Bed Sox
in Boston.
s At San Francisco, the Giants'
are sending right.hander Ruben
Gomez (15.13),, against youthful
Don Drysdale (17-9). Following

the raising of the world them.
piooship flag 'at County Stadium,
Milwaukee, either Warren Spahn
(21-11) or World Series ace Lew
Burdette (174) ,open for the
Braves against Bob Friend ,(14-
18) of the Pirates. !'
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I Robin Roberts (10-221 WM start
for the( Phillies against Cincin.,
natPa Brooks Lawrence (16-13).
and ,Jim, Brosnan (55) is the
opeding night choice of the Cubs
'to oppose either Lindy McDaniel
(15-9) or Wilmer (Vinegar Bend)
Mizell (810) o: the Cardloali -at
St. Louis.

OFFIC1A

NO. Prins
0081 154.00
0181 150.00
0281 156.00
0381 156.00
0481 15640
0581 2,600.00
116111 156.00
11781 154 00
0881 156.00
0981 156.00

NO. Primp
1051 156.1141
11111 156.00
1261 156.041
1381 156440
1481 r 156M
1561 2,600.011
16111 1541 DI
I7111. A 156.00
1661 156.00
1961 156.00

- 8572 520.00 8574
8573 82044 8575

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52110

Fir'it Prize.
Second Prize
-Third Prize----,0-

an automobile race from Rome
left, and Jutta Guenther. get :
luch else for the girls to. do. ,-

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Flo, Prize
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2081 156.00
2181 156.00
2281 156.00
2381 156 00
2481 156.60
2581 2,600.00
2681 156.00
2781 4' 158.04
2881- 154.00
2981 156.00

Ne Prize0
31111
3181 151.01
32R1 $ 158 14
3311 151.00
34R1 151.04
35R1 2,111 00
311R1 151.01
37111 156.11
3881 151.01
3981 151.11

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8571 MAI 1579

Life,

INDIANAPOLIS, 1- (N E A)
Former athletes can expect to
live as long as their non-athletic
brethren and attain greater eco economic
nomic economic prosperity, ,
On the other hand, they ,are
niore likely to die violent deaths.
' These are the findings of an
eightiear comparative study of
bundr,eds of former Michigan
State University athletes and
non-athletes conducted ,by'' a
team of research scientists. The
results have been Publiped
under the Vtle, "Longevity and
Morbidity of 'College Athletes,"
by Phi Epsilon KaPpa in India Indianapolis.
napolis. Indianapolis. phi Epsilon Kappa is- It
national honorary fraternity, in
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4081 150.00
4181 151.01
4281 150.00
4381 156.00
4481 151
4581 2,600 01
4681 150111
4781 156 01
41011 150 01
49111 150.01

NOTE. The chum' tickets with the last cipher and with the two laid
elphers apply only to the' First Prize.
The First Prize end the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drasm separately The sp.
provimatione are caleniated on the First. Second and Third Prizes In case ;
a ticket ahould cam tbe numbers at mete prize. the ',wide's' le entitled to
claim narmont tor eh

Dr1111111::6 OF -1111E 3 STRIKES
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Sunday, April 13, 1958
Drawing Numbpr 741
Fraction Ticket

$11.00 $220.00
, 3.00 60.00,,

By HARRY GRAYSON ;
BOCA RATON, Fla.''(NEA)--
'rime was when playing polo was,
strictly a rich man's dodge, but
a rapidly moving and sometimes
rather dangerous game from
which those in the lower Income
brackets derived a vicarious
banu - I
Back in the Ir. Scott Etzgerald
era, Tommy Hitchcock. leading
American exponent of hdckey on
horseback, was almost as well
known to readers of the sports
mei is Babe Ruth or Jkck
Dempsey.,
Might'have ansPected thit
the oldest of sports had become
a Museum piece like the Stutz
Bearcat and raCC0011 coat, but
ouickly learn at revitalized Boca
Raton, its winter headquarters.
,You may take it from the vet veteran
eran veteran Cecil Smith that there are
lust as manv tournament. but
not as ms,ny h'gh voal nlayers ss
there were before World War
The 'Pomp s'I1 flovrishes on
1,0111t Island. xround Chicago and
in Texas and Celifornia.
', fo0o vit
It still emits s let to buy. train,
snd maintain the ponies, but it
is the custom today for teems to
di? up- it well-heeled sponsors,
Dot a few of whom: play sur

,) Prize
Befit 156.11
5111 158.60
6281 151.01
6381 156.00
5461 156.00
5561 2,800.00
1881 158.01
1781 156 01
5911 151.01 I
1081 151.N

ApproximatiOns Derived From .First,, Prize

PP'roximations Der)ved From Third Prize

physical education.
Irindtnes include:
The violent cloothp athletes are
more !none to suffer include war
leo ths, occident's ond suicides.
' A larger proportion of former
athletes smotv than is true of
other graduates,'
Trackmen and basketball Malt Malters
ers Malters aupeor to gain the most
weight Pfter Yroduation, football
ploveri the least.' P,
TIO to 45 you's of age a larger
percentagg of former college ath athletes
letes athletes than non-athletes par parttcipate
ttcipate parttcipate in some eports activity:
After that age the percentage
wings in favor of the non-ath

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1211 156.01P
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114111 11511.911
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71M 158.0
7281 151.09
7381 156.00
74AL. 158.00
7581 tee 01
7881 158411
7781 158.00
7881 158 00
7981 158.00

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111111 151.00
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11381 1541.011
441111 156.01
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litpolo Is' still costly,

1CIAL LIST,. OF' THE NAT1ONA .1- I TTE
. t- PANAMA: ItEittLIC OF PANAMi '
, Complete Prize-Winning Numbers in the:Drdinarr Drawing No. 2040, Sunday, Apri1,13,' 1958,
,,. The whole ticket has 52 pieces (glided to, two series .1All ."719,of 26 pieces each

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s f Prize 8 5 81, -$: 52,000.0

econd Priie

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No. Prim
40111 4, 156.04
11101 156.00
11261 154.60
9361 -1 156.041
SOU 150.04
0501 2,004.44
4081 156.04
671111, 150.04
150.0
pot 154.00

0550 520.0S
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Prize-wihning Numbers of esteiday's tottery Drawing were sod ot; The 1st in Panama, 2nd and 3rd in Colon
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, The Nine IhIndred whole tickets .ending in 1 and not Included in The above "Het 'win Fifty Two Dollars 62.00) eich
. , The wsbole ticket has 52 pieces cliv,ided in two series "A" & 13" oi 26 tieees tacit

; Signed by: Governor of the Province of, ?anima, JOSE A., CAJAR ESCALA
, The Representative of the Treasury JOSE MANUEL 'SILVERA
WrrNESSES: Jos MowCed. 11-12531 JULIO IL:VALDES D.
- Lawrence E, AmesIP ;13511 Rotary Publie. Panama

PASO ALPINE!, M.
Nlecretary.

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tho ,ffirog 'ff ei ditmoo glootetirent Letterv qiinaleft aP rentTal Avenge
PLAN OF ORDINARY PRAWING NA, 2041', WHTCH WILL

- TAKE PLACE $UNDAY, APRIL 20, 1958
Divided ir two' gerint of 26 &Winne eaqk ,denominated ":!Ae! and "II

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i PIRST
'I First Prize, Series A and 11 of $28.000.00 each series S52,000 sa
1 Second Prize, Series A and- B. of 71400 04) each series SOO
". I Third Prize, Serie A and R. ea 4 3,900 00 each settee 1800110
IS Anproximations. Series A. and MAO each aeries 0.3a0 110
Prizes Serim A and R. el 1,300,00 each series ZI.400 OS
IPS Prize Perlin A and 11, et, 7$1110 each series 10140 as
SOO Prim. Series A snot I, et 21'00 midi 41,10"la
syrnAln navvy

18 Anproximationit. Series A. and MAO each aeries 0.3e0
- Prizes Serim A and R. el 1.30000 earn series ZI.400 00
110 Priem Perks A and R. et, OA each series 14.040 es
100 Priem. Serie A and 1, 21100 iloch UAW".
Apnwesimations. Serie A and et 0 OA each serim 7.340 00
Prizes. Series A and S. et 130 00 each teries 2.348

12 00 each aerial 1.072 OP
'6000 uch striae 1.404 00
T01111 .. S170.950.10

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rounded by skilled cowboys whe
run interference and feed then g
seoring position.
, There are big companies which
want to see their names carried s
into action and wealthy backerVY
With a lover for the game. In thIS
respect, polo has become much
like Little League and semi-pro.o,
lessional baseball and tourna!
ment bowling.
, Six teams start playing here -g
around Jan. 1 and continue '"-.'
through April, Then the Dior-, :'1'.
oughbreds go back to ranches
to be rested until the major,'
champlowhips get uncle? way at
the Oak Brook Polo Club. near
Hinsdale. 25 miles west of
,
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The Arthur Vining Davis poi:
plant hasi just been dedicated itt'
Boca Raton. ',1
It comprises three regulation s
fields, 480 feet wide and 200 feet
long. each three times as bite RS
a football field. In addition there- -1.-
are exercise areas. stables and
groping' quarters with every
modem facility. The layout ts los; 4.,-,
cated on 80 acres of the choicest
property valued at $3,000 On acre.'
Giving you a rough Idea of
what makes the horses Do, Don ,,
Beveridge captains aret plitys !ss,
With the CCC tesm, the other: ;
members of which are Harold
Bsrry, C. C. Coombs and Pedro
Silveri). This squad has 21 Doylies. .J
Beveridge is a commercial -4-
contractor of Flint. Mich..,

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Russell Firtstone Jr4 hss,
the Circle Fi Solo Cup team with
which he performs surrounded
by Ray Harringtnn. Bill Mayer
and Bill Barry; This outfit bas
41 ponies, Firestone. 32, is the ),
tire heir who is in the
business in nenee..1
, Cecil Fimith, ono! of the two;,-;
active 10-goql ',layers, is still
going strong -at 54.
"Don't ask me what polo .0
tests," saYe blue-eyed, sharpli
featured Don Beveridge. "Just
saY too much,yet no more than
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golf ,with gin rummy afterward."

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- THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMAYION TELEPHON' E 2-0740

We how 'lave a .rood SUPPIY of famous Garrard
, Recordchangers, RC88 RC98

With a view toward impioving servjce and eorrectin
,' ' A
Irregularities tnat ,occur, involuntarily, 'from time to film
TIIE PANA31A A3IERICAN has established 'a special

Please dial Tel.

We-will-apprectate-,,ourrall-which-will' enable-us

Resort

PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
' Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.

- FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
v Beach House. One mile past the
' Casino., Phone Balboa 1866. :
$

House

,
FOR RENT 2 bedroom house
- furnished, 1 exclusive neighbor neighbor'
' neighbor' flood. 3 months on permanent
occupancy.- Americans. Panama
V 3-0443;
: FOR RENT New Chalet near
i "Las, Cumbres," 3 bellrooms
dining room. living room, 2 eery eeryices.
ices. eeryices. maid's room, garage, front
and back porch. Can be seen.
Partly furnished or unfurnished.
, : Call Panama 3-0134.
v

On Delensi Shills

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Realisiic Approach
!low Gainin0 Ground

, WASHINGTON (UP) 8 e n.
3ohn C. Stennis (1).Miss.) .said
yesterday the administration s, ap apparently
parently apparently has "toned down" its re re,
, re, quest that the secretary of de.
fense be given greater authority
ever military spending as part of
its defense reorganization plan.
Stennis is a key member o: the
; 7-Senate preparedness s, subcommit subcommit,
, subcommit, tee and served as acting chair
tnan of the group vihen It -heard
,t Defense Secretary Neil H. Mal Mal,
, Mal, roy outline the President's contro contro,
, contro, Versial.proposal on April 3.
Stknms was among various sub sub'
' sub' .committee members who were
markedly cool toward the plan
, during McElroy's testimony. But
he said there now seemed te be 1
, for, more realistic approach"'
to the defense spending phase, at'
least.
I, sem Francis:Case ULM), an
, other subcommittee member who
;, heard McElroy,, said thought
:the plan had been "worked on a
!bit"... in recent days.to clarify and
'" bar en some as ec
, t P 4
I The statements by Stennis and
, 1 clutage the.
war which congressional, military
,expevta Interpret the ,, ,getense
plan. The statements also bright.'
2 ened prospects for ,approval of
certain features..
When McElroy Appeared ,before
' the ,Senate, subcommittee he said
,:the plan,, as then contemplated,
, would give him broader authority
te shift funds frem one branch of
,
the Artned forces to another.'
1
, For eXample, he said it, would
tt him take funds approoriated
y Congress for B52 bombers ani
mend them on othAr ..kinds of
armament. He added, however,
that the President would accent
some limitations on that "flexibil.
- 'AY."
' Still the secretAry's statement

Apartnints

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ATTENTION; O. LI dust beat
modern furnished apartments. 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold watt&
Phone Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT --- 'Army inspected
furnished one -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences, 4th of
July Ave: Phone 2-2081, I.',

FOR RENT Beautiful, mask
ern furnished ui two bedroom a-6
partment. Good residentinl area.
Reasonable price. Peri Avenue
No. 37-20. '

FOR 'RENT-44oriern, spacious.
furnished three bedroowr apart,.
ment. Peru Avenue No. 37-20.

FOR RENT Furnched apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool. clean, gas stove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, garage 182 Via B.
Porras. San Francisco. Phone 3.
5582,

d-0

FOR RENT --. Furnished, two
bedroom apartments, garage,
maid's room, hot orator, very
cool, Campo Alegre and, Bella
Vista. Phone 3-5024.,
$50.00 furnished apartments,
completely independent., com comfortable,
fortable, comfortable, ,regular transportation,
North American' neig hbors.
Pbone 2-3343, 3-0471,

FeR RENT -- Attractive, spa spacious'
cious' spacious' two bedroom apartment,
hot water, maid's ioom, garage,
two bathrooms. '13, 49 street,'
Bella Vista.

GETS MISSILE CONTRACT

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Special CZ Prices!

CASA SPARTO
Central 'Jive. 26'40'9 Ca lidonta

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LEAVE YOBS AD WITH ONE OP OUR AGENTS Olt OUR OFFICES A? 13.17 1111 writrrr:rvklAwli trerrint remDoli Street So. 11 AGENC1AS
INTERNAL. Dk PUBLiCACIONDSNa. 3 loiters Piers e.
BARDONo 21 "I" Street MORRISON-4th of Juts Arc A i St LEWIS SERV10EAvo Vie li Neot PARMACIA ES1ADOS UNIDOS-141 Central Aye
FAS11ACR EL BATURROPatans alma 1 Vratt FLAMM
CASA ZALDOCentral Ay 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-133 La Carresquilla FARMACIA LOB.
FARMAC1A LUX-134 Central Atter:no HOUSSHOLD EXCHANGE-4 r de is Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMTFilils At"1"1". Ave' aNd 33 $t
VAN-DER-JIS-50 Street No. 33
tha Bella Vista Theatato. COLON: Central A FARMApA "SAS"-1111 Porn 111 NOVEDADES ATT111,.-., amide

FOR RENT $75, cool., fur.
elshed apartment. 51 St. No.
30. Call 3-7069 or 3-1097.
Freshly painted apartment. Bed Bedroom,
room, Bedroom, living room, dinette dinettekitchen.
kitchen. dinettekitchen. Darien Street No. 4-11,
next street from 4th of!, July
Avenue.
i

formed the basis for many of 'the
'complaints that the plan would
deprive Congress of ito "nower of
the purse" and junk tts constitu constitutional
tional constitutional obligation' to raise an army
and navy navyStennis
Stennis navyStennis made his' comments
Sunday after noting that MeV MeVroy
roy MeVroy said in a speech last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that the ,,plan only ,asks au authority
thority authority for the secretark to trans transfer
fer transfer a "minor percentatgel of' the
40 'billion ''', defenws budget
from its congressionally stated
purposes to exploit "sudden tech
nological breakthrotighs.'
Stennis, who predicted that
Congress woilld never 'vote "ab "absolute
solute "absolute authority" over such spend.
ing transfers, said the secretary's
new statements "sound all right."
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POSITiOlsIS AVAkABLE ENGf,ISH
' ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACHERS
' -rho principal of COLECIO CRISTOSAL RODRI RODRIGUEZ:attnounCes
GUEZ:attnounCes RODRIGUEZ:attnounCes yrseven, openings for English Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School teachers
, Ask for an interview calling 3-3229 or 2,-3349.
,

11P I I 1 tuclor Chevrolet. '', o.owerallide.

FOR SALE 1956 Ford 9 pas--
senger Country Sedan, Fordomaw
tic. powerateering, radio, many '',
exas. 11,000 miles. Balboa
'2111.
FOR SALE 1953 t Hardtop
,-
two-door Mercory.,, Meriomatic,
radio, heater. New valyecirings,
excellent rubber. A-1 condition.
.45791100. Call Balboa 1304 be between
tween between 5-6 p.m.

FOR SALE Bukk Dynaflow
Hard-top Convertible, 1950
model, duty paicL Only $300.00
or best offer. Owner leaving.
PIMA Panama Sr31 05 during
office Sours.

' FOR SALE 1956 Morris Con-4
vertible in gre'at ships. 10,500
miles. Brand new nylon ,top.
-Asking S780.00. May ,he seen
anytime 250-D. Coco Solo,

, FOR SALE--' 1955 Ford Fair:
laneA Convertible, ,V-8, Fordo;
matic; Radio- red and white. Ex.'s
cellent condition, leaving lath:,..-
Mus $1295.00. Call Fort Clay: :
ten 87-7243 after 6:00 p.m,'

NEW YORK (UP) -- Sperr I
Rand Corp. yesterday announced'
"ry Gyroscope Co. division bal
been awarded a $13 million con-,
conintiters and a6socited
equipment for the "Talos" missile.

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tiNDLESS PILOT,--The aky's the limit for JertY7Leal;T I
wbo has tio hands, but does have wings, as he prepares to take 1
1, 'off from the Municipal Airport in Memphis, Irenn,t, 'Leavy, 32,
from Santa Clarai Cant, lost both arms ;because of gapgrene
at the age of 13, but has overcome the handicap wi,th the ,aid
of artificial arms which have steel hooks 'for llama He ob.
lained a pilot's license some 14 months ago, and flies toi various
parts of the coantry as representative of a firm, which manu-'
factures artificial arms and hands. : ,
MIEME011ot.
Anima

'Automobiles

SAts1 BLAS
EXCURSION

TUE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY nwsrArrn

FOR SALE .Fad Victoria N18, t
1955, radio, heater. directional
signals, with overdriv6I Original
owner. 'Ph. 84-6210, Ft. Robb'.

FOR SALE Duty paid ", '53

tudor Chevrolet. powerglida,
twotona. Phone Amadot 82-313,1
a.m.-4 p.m.

FOR SALE f 1956 English
Ford Zephyr zautol
matic top, blue'. Balboa 2718.

:LIFE INSURANCE
, call
." JIM RIDGE :
General Agent
Gibraltar Life InS. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552

April 20
Fidanque Travel Service :
, Tel. 2-1661

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P011ettio

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CAMgRAS
'', a t )
interitatioit'itt Jew elry
155 Central 'Are. s

.11MEENIMMINM..

110tel: HOLLAND HOUSI
11 mins. !rem, the heart of
, San Jos; Coita Rica
Completely, Modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, All with
private bath, Hot and culd water.
',, $6 and SS daily,
with meals. j,.
COS11101)011I1111 kitchen
' Horse riding,
Foi reservationi P. O.
Box 4459
Manager: Bill and Elena, jaspers

yrions Turks '
In 'New Exchange.
Of 'Border Shots ,:;,
DAMASCUS, MAIL (UP)Syrt
Ian newspapers yesterday reported
a mew exchange of gunfire between
la Syrian army patrol and 400
Turkish soldiers withiu Syrian ter.
ritory,, .-, ,,
The newspapers claimed the
1Syrian patrol found the Turkish
soldiers exchanging fire with sev
en Turkish smugglers inside the
Syrian border. ,,
The patrol called on the Turks
to cease fire, but instead they di.
rected their guns against the Syri.
ans, who fired back,',the newspi.
pers said. i ., i
yrian,..,, palzolman.....-waS
wounded, according to the reports.
Syrian patrols announced later
they,,srrested two Turkish smug.
glers, and that Syrian authorities
have called on Turkey for a fulli
investigation into the shooting in.
, ,cident. 1
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Real Estate

FOE -SALE -- Farm 43 non: ,'
foneed--Running wamr, 6 miles
from Chorrors. Phone Conan- t

ISNOtina

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'," HURRY HURRY
You Port 'Charlotte- Buyers-,
DON'T FORGET -- Prices go
' sip $200 per lot on May Att.
GET YOUR ORDERS IN NOW!
Inside lots, 80iI25 $795. Cor.'
ners,i larger, $995. $10 down,
$10 a month. Margaret K. Har Har.oS.
.oS. Har.oS. Alman's Realty 2541, NVI'-
95.St., Miarni,, Florida..

-
STEALS ALL FLAVORS
SYRACUSE, N.Y. IUP) This
thief -went lit for variety on a
small scale. Donald Edwards told
police someope broke into his ice
cream stanqlesterday and .ittole
six. packages of ice cream. in
assorted,flavors.

MACK HEADS SALES
PLAINFIELD, N. 3, UP-I
Mack Trucks,:Inc. led the indus-,
try in diesel truck isles last year
the Automobile Ilitanufacturers As:
sociation said today. fklack -turned
out more than 4.1.per cent of
all diesel trucks sold m the U.S.,
a 20 per cent increase in its
share of the market ,over 1953.

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, ,
I Honie Articles, ,1
FOR SALE Small apat:tment
grand piano- $800; Else Console
sewing machine $90; owner
leaving. 'Curunde 5187.

FOR SALE ;-.- Stock type West-,
inghouse washer and dryer, new,
$350.00.' Cali 2-24g1 2-2562.
Transport 'otter. -

FOR SALE Modern dining
teem set, formica bar double
beds :set, mahogany dresser,
4 cabinets too, can be seen any",
, Aims. 4th Street No. 16, Misra.
chi,- ,'"
FOR SALE ---4b Bargain, leaving
country. Two, new mahogany
twin beds, one carved, pieces
4 bedroom, sofa-bad, 'wardrobes,
center tables, chairs. Phons
' 6109.

PAPER OUTPUT, DROPS
TORONTO (1.1P)--Abitibi Power
and Paper -Co. Ltd. yesterday re re,ported
,ported re,ported a 12 percent drop in bo
production and sales of newsprint
in the lot quarter from the co.
parable period last year., Presi President
dent President D., W., Ambridge told the an annual
nual annual meeting,the, firm's new Al Alpena
pena Alpena Mich.,board mill Is now on onerating
erating onerating but will mot contriloute 'to
earnings until-next 'year. z

Miscellaneous 1

FOR SALE: Sterling flatware,
Kirk's Repousse pattern. Tale Tale',
', Tale', Phone Curundu 4141 -p.m.

, FOR SALE 2 trombones, irs
; very good condition. Balboa l
6375. Orin Sadler.

'.........0000.,w1MIONWIMINIONION1,1M
,,1011 SALE --r Large, Norse ,,re
frigerator. 6C1 cy good condi.
- tion. $15000.; Call, Panama Jo
4890. i

Lesson

Modern giant playing taught,
Beginners or advanced. Call Zee
Bennett. Phone 3-3653. 31st
street No. 6-55, Central Ave..

PLANS EXPANSION..

, LISBON MP) --d Portugal 'has'
mapped a sit-year plan to spend
$1,150,000,000 -to boost t industrial
and agricultural production at
home and, in' overseas territories,
it- wits announced yesterday, A
mon! the specific projectr is crea creation
tion creation of a free port zone at Montijo.
near Lisbon, and the building of
a t suspension ,0 bridqe '- over the
Tagus testuary in Lisbon..

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FOCUS ON THE MOONAKE SAYSPresident Eisenhower has put the US. into the tact .,
to the moon- by ordering the Army and Air 'Pince 'to fire four or five rockets "to the vicinity
' of the mean." Hurtling same 240,000 miles through space, the rockets (probably a cotribina '..:
tion of the Air Force Thor and Navy's Vanguard) will carry 'television Instruments to take,"':
"a close look at the moon." Artist's drawing, aboVe, shows what the "spy in the sky" might
' looks like and some of the huge craters and other surface featurei of the moon which will be
"studiettN the first of,, the 'aiimar probe" rockets is expected to be fired in tho next seVen A .,,

WANTED ,-- Experienced ac accountant,
countant, accountant, male. Apply to Pei Peikard,
kard, Peikard, Zona Libre. Coloc6

Domestic EMploym' ent 1
I

TIVS SPACE IS FOR SALE'
FOR INFORMATION 'TELEPHONE 2-074-3

',ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ''
4 DRAWER "A: DIABLO
SOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.

WANTED Dependable mqid
during July and August. Refer-4-
once required, 213-A: Ancon,
Tel. Dal, 4484, -6 4

Buffalo Oviner

p Havana

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-BUFFALO N Y.' A 14 (UP)
, pri
-- John C, Stiglmeter, president of
the Buffalo baseball Bisons, today
outlined the reasons for his refus refusal
al refusal to send the local International
League club ,into Havana. Cuba,,
to open the Internktional League
season Wednesday night. ',
Stiglineler said he was notified
Aprit 11 by league president Frank
Shaughnessy -that !we're not go going
ing going into Havana."
- -"He told Me he lad talked to.
Ford Frick, the commissioner,
baseball, and Zeorge Trautman,
the head of the minor leaguep, !Ind
that they had said not to go 0,"
Stiglmeier assertecL
"Buzzy Bavasi of the Los' Ange-'
les Dodgers, who aupport tbe Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Royals, doisn't want, Dod Dodger
ger Dodger farmhands to pla in Cuba at
this time. Neither does Bing De Devine
vine Devine of the St. Louis Cardinals,'
who farm players to Rochester.
',"Shaughnessy called me ,t b
week and said, !You were right a--
bout not wantinglogo in. We will
,open in Tampa. Don't make the
release from BuffaloIT talk to
Bob Maduro, the Havana Owner,
and ,make the release4 tomorrow.
I "Then,1 Ssiglmeier ,: continued,
"Shaughness talked to Madura),
and changed his mind.
"We had no legal notice el yes.
terday's meeting., It had heen de
cided not to go into' Havana. We
adhere toShaughnessy's decision
of Friday, April II
'"Why should I compel 20 p!ay p!ayers,
ers, p!ayers, who have families to go Into'
Cuba? One player's life is wOrtil
More than all the franchises 'in
baseball.11,-

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OrOifije,..Ki$1.. dget .:,'::,
,,
111.0s!ipthOii,s.04.71:::":
10!.:11:00100:.,1,iiijti.'::,-:::;!:,

,Outfielder John Engelek't ninth ninthliming,
liming, ninthliming, one-nut single scored sec second
ond second baseman Joe Garcia from
third and .broke a "3-3-tie 'viester 'viesterday
day 'viesterday at Balboa Stadium to give
Orange Kist a thrilling 4-3 win ov over
er over Westinghouse in the American
Legion Teener League.
1 Westinghouse took a one run
lead in the first inning and Orange
Kist dead-locked the score in the
second with a lone tally:
Twe markers for Orange Kist
In 'the fourth made the count 3-1
but single runs in the sixth and
eighth frames by Westinghouse
tiid the contest at 3-3 and set the
stage far the exeiting finish in the
final stanza.'
Winning pitcher Margin Schoch
went all the way and gave UP three
Cliico Martin did a route-going
job for the losers in pitching
a great game also. Ile allowed on-1
ly two safeties and was the victim
of an unrearned run in the ninth.
Ott Saturday at the stadium,
Westinghouse won a forfeit game
over Panama Insurance, in what
should have been the first contest
of a doubleheader. r,
Orange Kist took the ifterpiece
from Spur Cola by a 5-3 score.
FORD .FUNbATION GRANTS
NEW YORK (UP) The Pord
Foundation announced .,yesterday
grants of $4,500,000 for its over.
seas development program, advancement-of
foreign and interna internatiodal
tiodal internatiodal studies, and student and
cultural exchanges in ,the United
'States and other- nations. Of the
total, $2,000,000 went to the over overseas
seas overseas development programo Which
supports education,1 economic and
deveropment activities In
Asia and the Near East. The re remaining
maining remaining $2,500,000 went to the
foundation's time foreign and in international
ternational international programa.'

RUSSIAN GOODS ARRIVE
ALEXANDRIA;,Egypt fl.111)-;, A
Russian freighter arrived'', here
yesterday with 'the first shipment
of Soviet aid to Egypt under the
recently concluded accord ,wit
MOSCOW.'
The shipment consisted of mod modern
ern modern equipment and instruments
for- oil prospecting ond, geological
research.

1 31 ea t irunsselaudewdouJiadn .8 u29p psi tyl pT agtyepdt
materials for industrial develop development
ment development projects. 1

'MONDAY, TT,IL 11, 1::3

SERVICES

TELEVISION SERVICE Fres
Transportatione- April Special.
Same day Simko. Crawford
tansies Corp.Tivoli Ave. No.
S-20; Tel. 2-1905..

Death Claithi Girl
Villosi Dad liski
Life To Se Her

3,-minuts cat wash $1. steam
, cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bao, Tuna-106
mime Highwav atar Sem

,, -', TELEVISION OWNERS ",,
'.,, ,"DRY SEASON SPECIAL"
' ILS."Television Inc. Ph. Pan.;
't ama 3-1607. ''' 40 ,';,-
t
, Present this -' coupon ,'' (Ai '"'' '''
out) to our technician 'I 4,
,. pay half price in home se" V
Ito calls. This offer limited'.
' one call per customer. Get yout
set checked anil,adiusteil be-,
fore tho rainy season 'nth. This
offer oxpire,,, May 1Stk, .1958.
'Nemo ..;......
7, Address ',...,;.s.';'.4"..,. d ; ';- 1

' Protect your home ens proper---.,
tY against insect dumag
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or' monthly budget
' basis. Telephone Pronto Service.,
Panama 1-797 or Colon 17774
,TELEVISION SERVICE. AbilitY;
binnstv, end clistomer satisfac
,tion. NO SERVICE CHARGE-this
, month only. ,,,,,FREE ESTIMATE,
before repairs. Ask for MISTER.
Phone Panama 1-3142;

The Panama ,,,, Liner Ancon I
,scheduled to sail from New Yo,
tomorrow with SS pastengers ,foi
Cristobal and 23 for P o r tau
Prince,- Haiti. The vessel is du
to arils's!, in Cristobal April 21.)
'The complete advance passeng
er list for Cristobal follows;
Misa Lyn Bailey; Miss Rutb tied
;bird; ;William IL ,Casswell; Mis
Katherine Clapp; Mr. and Mrs
Francis R. Cogghill; Miss She, ',
ill -41 Miss Marjorie Darling; M 1;
I ', an .f.,rback Miss Doris Fel'i
ley; MrsAXugene V,' Gallagh ii
Robert'it.10 Goddard, Jr.; Rol -"
H.- tves Goddard; 1 Mr. and,,N'
Atwoodliall;,,, Miss Florence 4 ,'.
burn;':-Mrst,,,C., 3.; Kirkland; ,,,
, Mr, &Rd Mrs. Frank Leyerica ,
, Miss- Rose M. McKewen; 'i ''
and Mrs..W., McNally;, Mr. t
Mrs. ;Robert MeNultyp Misa 3'
Magee; '' Mrs. Marguerite Mil
Mr. and Mrs, Spencer A.' Mo i
Mrs; Marjorie Moo,re; George
ris; Miss Clara Morris; Miss It f
I011 'Morris; Miss LYorie Mor)
Miss Martha MOITIS011; MISS ;
rie C. PlitZi; Mrs. Anne H., It
and daughten;'qVirs. Minna Ra
Mrs. Mauricej ReiliY; Uric ',
)
'Smith; Mrt. and Mrs. Carl M. f I
ton; Miss Bernice Topielec;'. .,
Marjorie Van Dyke; and MisS A,.
'rid Weller., ,
;

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, WASHINGTON (UP) I I
has tlaimed. Paula Backovt
little girl whose, father I
prison to give her the will tft
, Six-year old Paula died
night ,,of leukemia at Chil
Hospital after a three-month
forWe.' ' ,'
, Her father,, Itbert Bact
25, collapsed and was trat
his home b a lloctor.
B a c k o v e r disappeared -
weeks before Christmas. I
I
reported $2,300 disappeared .,
the same time from the subt
r Hyattsville, Md., ,, bowling ,'
where he. workpd. They ism .
warrant 'for hi; arrest, ,
Paula,;who had what appe ,..
to be a.virus infection,' soot :
CaMV worse. She waig hospit; -,,P '
and doctors diagnsed her il
as leukemia, or cancer of
,
' The, little girl pleaded to see ..
ik
father 'again., ,
"I'd get, well it Daddy ei
back," she said. '
The Unated Press curled h,
appeal ,t1toughout the n a t I ili
1Backover read it in a Les Al
geles paper and returned home.-
' Paula appeared to rally, and
her family bought her a bicycle.
i Meantime, Backover was freed
on bail pnding grand jury action
and the insurance firni involved
in the theft appeared willing to
a c c e p t repayment and drop,
charges-. , I, d. ,-,
1 Paula came tome for several,
weeks. But last Tuesday she grew
worse and had to return to thl tf,-
hnspital., 2 v
On Friday she complahted ol ,,
going blind. She went into a comci
yesterday afternoon,. A few hours I,Lq
later she died. , ,

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A Soviet aid to Egypt under the PRESENT FATIMA STATUE 4,-
ecently concluded accord ,wit t LISBON, Portugal (UP)A life.
kloscork 1 ', ' like statue of Our Lady of Fa. I
The shipment consisted of meld- time, the, gift of American Ceti'.
ern equipment and instruments olics to the sanctuary of Fatima, ,,
tor- -eil prospecting and, geological ) iswected.to -.arrive ,in Lisboa.?
research. ., i -- Itomorrow 1 i4
The Egyptian Soviet agree.1 The statue in fine Carrara mar.
1
ment concluded Jan. 29 stipulated ble Measures 13.6 feet and weighs
Lint Russia would supply Egypt fifteen tons.
with equipment for factories and It was sculptured by an Amcci.
materials for industrial develop- can Dominican priest, Father
meat projects. 1 Thomas PcGlynn.

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'1 "' Santa Clara R.
i! name 3-1877
, II,
I. I FOSTER'S Co
., 7 Beac.h House.
$ Casino. Phone
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6 furnished, 1 mu
' i ' hood. 3 Inonti
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5: '10.
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4 FOR RENT --
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i. I Las, Cumbrl
's, dining room. li
- ,'" ices. maid's re
. . and back polc
,!' Partly furnishe
';7 : Call Panama 3
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Realishc
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, !low Gain
:: : On Delen
, .,,,WASHINGTO
, 3ohn C. Stenn
, yesterday the
., parently has li
, quest that the
J fense be given
''. '!,.. over military s
' its defense reo
,
. Stennis is a i
', ; 7Senate prepari
' tee and serveo
-' 1, tnan of the gro
, I Defense Secret
- ', ,1 roy outline the
, V ersial .proposa
,4' Stknms was
, .' .committee Inc
,: markedly cool
(Wring McElro,
, ,'' he taid there
1 t'a for, more
to the defense
A '., least.
g ... 1-, Sen. Francis.
, other subcomn
- ., heard McElroy
,.. :the plan had I
!bit't in recent
. ',"sharpen" son
I i The stateme,
,, , Case,AndicaW
1 ;war which cot
1 iespevtt Inter
..' plan. The stat
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1 ,, ened prospect
; certain featuro
:., When Men.
, ' the ,Senate sui
' i ,Ahe plan,., as
., ,, would give hir
, 1 te shift funkls
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' the 'artned for
,,,
, ',, .1, For esampli
' let him take
! by Congress f(
; mend them
.,, armament. II
. I ,, that the Pres
, some limitatio
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- YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUR A .
, ,. LviTEANAL DA pumjcAclotios-Aso 3 Letters Pia CASA ZALDO-Centrel Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-1S2 La Carra4quilia FARMACIA LON.
GIMPS 011 ODE ortyre A1 ts..11 1111 sTnitrr. rvoims-. treltrylt remAno-14 Street Se. 11 AGENCISS, wAil, T,ED- ;..- Expel.. .ien,:od. a,c,....- f ' '..,- ', ..
f sgnso-se te B" street MORRISDN-401 el Flity Arc th
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.' A rtments PARMACIA LUX-1134 Central Avert, ROUSFII0i D FICCRANtit. SERVICES 1
, VAN-DER-21S-50 Street Ne 43 FARMACIA EL RATURRO-Pa Letevre t street fjutmApA 9hiurvia porno tit FiOVEDADES ATT1111,,..a Beside katt4 zona ulna. colon. ,
LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Titholl Ne04 PARMALLA EVIADOS UNIDOS-14S Central Ave
Pe. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO 110MT-taste Aresernena Ave. and 33 St PARMACIA ceuntant, male. Apply to Pei-
i. k'' . , , the, Bella Vista Thealre. COLON: Central Avenue ILISS Tel 432 - , '' :, f ' '" ..
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
I s - ' ATTENTION; O. I.1 Just boat
' t
M scellaneous ,.,
a-minute car wash $1. steam
'''-i '-' Santa Clara R de P ?hone Pa- modern furnished apartments. 1, ,-
'. u omobiles I r R 1 E t t II H A t
A t ' ' , cleaning of motor $5. waxiest of
2 bedrooms, hot. cold watts -t ea s a e ome r lc es I
i ..- name 3-1877 Cristo.bal 3-1673.
, -s. ' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS '.
I 1 Miscellaneous I
cars $6. Auto-Bao Trana-Istk
... .
mian riignwav near ion's.
i" i, Phone Panama 3-4941. - ., ,
'' Kirk's Ropousse pattern. Tole Tole'
' Tole' I FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
I
merit, all.conveniences, 4th of, '
tic. powerateering, radio, many '., DON'T FORGET -- Prices go sewing machine 890; owner : Shone Curundu 4141 -pm. ,-
FOR RENT --- 'Army inspected ''' FOR SALE ...- 1956 Ford 9 pas--- HURRY HURRY '- FOR SALE -- Small epat:tment FOR SALE:- Sterling flatware,. t.
'SOX 1211 CRISTOBAL, C.2. TELEVISION SERVICE --- Free
..' $11,, Beach House. One mile past tho
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
furnished one bedroom apart- senger Country Sedan, Fordoma. You Port Charlotte Buyers '' grand piano- $800; Else Console
' Casino., Phone Balboa 1866. :
Transportation.-- April Special.
Same day Serwke. Crawford A.,
exas. 11,000 miles.. Balboa ' els $200 or lot o M ,, ..gencies Corp.Tivell Ave. No.
July Ave. Phone 2-2081, 2.
, . 7 , ', GET YOUR ORDERS IN NOW!
P n ay 1st. leaving. Curundu 5187. ,
, .,
. Houses 1140 ',, -2 is -.' ' 2 mbon la
-t. I
; very goad condit on. Balboa 2. I Domestic Employment .18-20" Tel. 2-1905.,, ''
FOR RENT -- Beautiful, med.,' FOR SALE 1953 Hardtop Inside lots 80X125 $795. Cor- FOR
--. oc
SALE St k typo West
ners,i large'r, $995. $111 down, bighouso washer and dryer, new, ..........-,-.----....,-...---,-..............--...,-
. FOR SALE tr9 61-,
6375. Orin Sadler. I .-', ,)-, 1
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, TELEVISION OWNERS ..., ',, ;
' ' ern furnished ui two bedroom a-6: '. two-door Mercury., Meriomatic,
, DRY SEASON SPECIAL"
d$10 Ael men,th.RMargaret K. H2wr- '. '''.. $350.60. Call 2-24,11, 2-2562. ,FOR SALE .-,..r Large, Norge ,,re.,,. WANTED .,,-- Dependable maid I) L..,..relevision Inc ph pall.;
i FOR RENT 2 bedroom MiSso
partment. Good residentini area. ,, radio, heater. New valvecitings,
6 o furnished, '. exclusive neighbor neighborReasonable
Reasonable neighborReasonable price. Peri Avenue excellent rubber A-1 condition 915..St.,m mall 2541. r) Transportes Baxter. ''','
aMniasini,, Florida. -' ',' donne July and Auust. Refer.' , , .. ',
, ,, hood. 3 months on permanent
t ama 3-7607. At, ,..---
No. 1720. , ' -' $791100. Call lialboa 1304 be..1 - hon. $150.00.; Call, Panama Jo '' ences required. 213-A Ancon,
'1' .1 ',,' occupancy.- Americans. Panama
FOR SALE -,-.. Modern -,t, dining : 4890. i ', .. ' ,'', Tel. IA 4484, -' -,
- Millirem', 60 cy. good condo '.
. , ,. , Present 'this -' coupon ,- (11,. ',',1,,,"
'," '-i 3-0443; '' FOR 'RENT-49iodern, spacious. k 5 6 P' it ,o I ' '' roam set formica bar, 'double out) to our technician 'I .1
, FO -aALE -- Farm 43 acres- ' ' - ' ,,,
5. s" furnished three bedrooar apart.. FOR SALE --' Bukk Dynaflow fenced--Running water 6 miles' beds .. set, mahogany, dresser, . , s, , -, : . .. ,-. t ,,,,, ,- - pay half price on home se"
' : FOR RENT ..... New Chalet near
,
' ke calls. This offer limited.:
ment. Peru Avenue No. 37-20. Hard-top' Convertible, 1950 from Chorrork phon I c cabinets too,, can be seen any'', ., ,. Lesson
, i "Las. Cumbres," 3 bellrooms,, e urun. ,i
' d.nng room. living room, 2 serv- FOR RENT Furni:bed apart- : it. Only $300.00 d , ,time. 4th Street No. 16, Mizra.- , -, i
model, duty pal il 2288. ,,, : hi :., ,, ' Buffalo liner
t,0 ir one call per customer. Get yout s
, I i
or best offer. Owner leaving. I aN ,a pis 0 to.,
. set check ;I ,1 d. t a li
- ices. maid's room, garage, front merit, cool, clean, gas stove, re- .., n
Ph art Panama 3-3105 during STEALS ALL FLAVORS . h. , .. fore tho rainy season milt. This
' and back porcii. Can be seen. frigerator, garage 182 Via B. a SYRACUSE, N.Y. 111P)' Th Modern plant glayIng taug r
' it. FOR SALE ,--.. Bargain, leaving tAl., f ,-, ' offer expire,,, May 15th, .1958.
arriCa oralara. .'
Beginners or advanced. C,Il Zeit
' Fedi,' furnished or Indurnished Porras. San Francisco. Phone 3, ' thief - country Two, new mahogany
-went m for variety on a Bennett Phone 3-3651 31st
',7 ,:.. Call !enema 3-0184. 5582, 1 FOR SALE ..-- 1956 Morris Con-4 small scale. Donald Edwards told twin beds, one carved, 7 pieces 14
' limo ....,,....,.
Sen :' -
', vertible in gre'at ships. 10,500 police someope broke into his ice bedroom, sofa-bed, ,"wardrobes, il 6 55 C t .1 Ave. (,' VI( On t
street a. en. ra I .
e ,- ..T -,,' Address ',....,;.','.... d ; ';,.,, 4
FOR RENT .-. Furnished, two
center tables, chairs, Phon E- ..
Realishc oac
1'1 Appr
, , ., .. mat a room,
bedroom apartments, garage,
miles. Wand nevi nylon ,top. cream stand
Asking
,Wa or, v
rl' hot t ory S780.00. May ,ire aeon six packages esterday and stole
4'cof ice cream in 61,09. ,,,,'.: -'. ,' -.,.. ,, -,, i .. , Protect your home and aroper,--,
, anytime 250-D. Coco Solo.,,,, assorted flavors. - '" '' , - , PLANS B,XPANSION 2 ,: LI o avana t 'against insect d a m a g e. ',
' 11 G '0 G d cool, Campo Alegre and, Bella ,,
Prompt scientific treatment on
Vista. Phone 3-5024. ' I. FOR SALE---' 1955 Ford Fair. , i' ,, ,, P Ais...ERo NOTUoT F1( uli pT
)--Abitibi Po LISBON MP) .1-0 Portugal 'has ,, ,, '' -, ,,'. emergency 'or' monthly budget
wer
' ow ainin roun
,
' tt ents lane. Convertible, ,V-8, Fordo; MACK HEADS SALES ''. TU11 nd ' '' '' ", '-1 basis. Telephon; Pronto Service
' and Paper -Co. Ltd. yesterday re- maPped a siit-year plan to spe. ,.. , .,
$50.00 furnished apa m
I metie Radio- red and white. Ex4s -
. ..1. e t' in.. ;1,,,, cellent condition, leaving Isth- .
' ' ... n.... .. a cum tat I dependent com- .
' nn nolon' iii Shilit PLAINFIELD N 3. UPI 'ported s 12 percnt drop in bo '. 11150000 000 to boost t industrial
, ,. ,. .; ., ....,, BuppAuo, N.y..; April T14 (up) Panama 1-797 or Calm, 1777'4

ima ,A,'"Litter' ,AncOn I
to sail from New Yo,
with, 45 pastengers ,fot
ind 23 for P o r tau
iti. The vessel is du
II Cristobal April 21.,
plete advance passeng
Cristobal follows:
Bailey; Misa Ruth tied
am 11,,,Casswell; Mis
Clapp; Mr. and Mrs t
, Cogghill; Miss She, ',
Marjorie Darling; M 1;
mck Miss Doris Fel'i fl
,Kugene V.' dallagb ,fy
I,, Goddard, Jr.; Rol -" i
oddard; mr. and,, N'
114,, Miss Florence 4 ,'.'
!,,,C., J., Kirkland;
irs. Frank Leyerle4::
na M. McKewen; 1
ijr., McNally;, mr. t t
rt MeNultyp Misa ,I' "' 1
rs. Marguerite Mil
Irs, Spencer A.' Mo i
de Moo,re; George
:lara Morris; Miss lef ,.
I
,; Miss Lynne Mor )
ta MOITi5011; MISS ,,
szi; Mrs., Anne H., IT
.,,,,
,en;'"Mrs. Minna Ra r
kee.' Reilhy; &hie p I
and Mrs. Carl M. f 4
Bernice Topielec;'. ,,
an Dyke; and Mimi A,.
ClailisAirl ", ',
pi" bid 'tisk,
lee Her .,.
iGTON (UP) I I"
ed. Paula Backovf
whose, father I
aye her tbe will tff
old Paula died
leukemia at Chil
ter a three-month
ter,, Rbert Bad
ed and was trat
IV a doctor.
v e r disappeared -
ore Christmas. I
2,300 disappeared ,' ',
time from the subt
1
,, Md., ,, bowling ,' 4
woikpd. They ism ,
1r hi; arrest, ''''
). ,,, ', ,," ,.
iiho had what appe ,., t: I
irus infection,' soot ,'
;e. She was hospitt -',,' ''
es diagnsed her il
Jig, or cancer of
'(sirl pleaded to see)
, well if Daddy et
! said. '',
ted Press carried h,
'oughout the flat! o.i
read it in a Los M
r and returned home.-
ppeared to rally, and
' bought her a bicycle.,
e, Backover was freed
acting grand jury action
nsurance firni involved
It appeared willing to
repayntent and drop,
ante tome for several,
t last Tuesday she grew j
I hnd la return tn tha , 11

POSITIONS
1
' ELEMEN1
' The princi
GUEZ 'announc
, mentary Schee
"..; Ask for ar

she complained of ',11
She went into a comel
ifternoon. A few hours
ed. ,
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snare of Ina market, over',1950.,' , earnings until,' next ',-.year.. T ,,,,,-',',1.' ;" l'agus .;esillarY In 34100P : !, 7: ' StIglMeir said he was' notified ; t ,,,,, 1,-,,,:i.,,,...!.,. ,,...f !, i,, ,:-..k,..;:;,,:: ,,:
FOR SALE .,,.., Duty ,'paid,';', '53 , ,
ruder Chevrolet, poworgliclo, ,- ,, : Aprit 11 by league, president Frank ,,..,,.- :,,, ., :: ; .- .. ,,:- -r,. ,.:. -.,
- ':.,,, Shaughnessy -that we're.zot go.
twotona.. Phone Amadoi 82-313,1,, ,, ,:.:::'":?..e:ft. i'f'' :.,.;;'-'.'4'.',T;:.''',':!:::'::'"
, ." Illf into Havana.!,' .. ., ''.. '-.',' F!ancima.,L ITTc3'., '-.,:
13 a.m.-4 p.m. ' :, ', :::".;"...',.:;:r''''''''7,';,;:::7;4NP.' ..' Ile' told; Me he lad talked -, to ', ,,L.' r''. .:
FOR SALE 0956 English"... ''',",' ..:.n7".t...,:'.:...' ,.;,.;:.:,''' itq' Illinntv' ''''''
Ford Frick, "the coinmissioner 9.-', ;,-..., -'',, qb0 a ,., ;
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matic top, bluel. Balboa 2718.,,,,,' .,', !,C,...;:.''''': ', ',,, the head of the minor leaEllept and ,', ;",i ''' ''.,'' :- i,'''';.....;-; i:, '. ''
' ,-,,.. that they had said not to go j.n' :. 0 l ,' 2; ,;',: .. ,, '' ,',
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p:':')V4C : 'i,).::',::','-'.,','..!!' ::::.i,!i'.: : -,....:-.:-.,,;;;::::-:..:A......, ',f- this time. Neither does Bing De,- to arrivoi, in. Cristobal April, 21., :
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' With F '1.2; Lns, '' 7:...,:!:;4,:,:f.,: '', io, ,.;,f,,.!:4,1-4., ,. ,,,,.,,.::::!.:!!!::!,;!:,01,4::,?., -, '', "Shaughnessy called me ',.,t b-I s '. Miss Lyn Bailey:, Misa Ruth Bed ,. :
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Ei.14 tktigit:! : '';: : ,--,;;;;:;;-.;-':;:i :aii',.!,.:,.i:?:i'...., L. open in Tampa. Don't Anake the Francis R.' Cogghill; Miss She .-, I
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i,"-:,;.ri, .114. i:'.:i..!::-::'"-";!...;:,...,..:.::::',:: ,,',', Bob ,,Maduro';., the 'Havana:. Owner, 1,', an ..f,,rback'', Miss Doris Fel'Ci.,
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ranitmi -, !..'... Isl' Tort l':::: Coln ': v t : ii:::'''.::,':;::!':''''...''''..1.k:ia.:::!A k ::; 't:i3;:',::!.:!,)'..; ' '':''', '''''',V ': 'f end changed his mind.-r: N'''!.,, ,Atwood,11a11;,, Miss'. Florence .-,t ,:"-
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, '::::':A1:::,:::.::.:':;:.:.:;:'''N''''':''''':::ii':.-:':i''' ''' t iday's IneetMg-.i It had been-. di Mr, 'in' 4" Mr's:Frank .Leyerle.f.',.',.
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, :,;''', P011ettr; ':'' '-' ''', i ',i : ::::'::::::4.. ,,,,, ...,..1 ; 7 Tp k&, , of Friday, April IL - Mrs Ro ert cNulty,, Miss J ',
:, :. a 1 , . -: : Why should I compel 20 play- Magee, Mrs.. Marguerite Mit :, ,;,,.
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'N ,: ::,::: :::::':':'-:: r'' ':";:r ''':''.:,::i':I:.'"'i;,:'.: :i,.':'::;., 'i:,,.,,', ;:,.:., .4. More, than. all the franehises' 'k, rii:' Miss' Clara,,,Morris; Miss It f' ,.. ,,
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hits.,..Cifico Martin did a route-go.. te
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, ' ot the' mcion." Hurtling game 240,000 Miles through space,' thit. rockets (prObably a coMbina. '.1. '',' ng tfie sat
, a great game also. lie allowed on. Ilyatta
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VII ' Hold. HOLLAND Illuti "a close look at the' moon. Artist's drawing, aboVe, shawe whteatlevoiseionsp,inystruments to take,t
" in th ky" might '' ly two safeties and was the victim
8 8 ,''. T-....:: of an unrearned run in thi ninth.
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Wed.', The first of,,the'"hmar probe! tor.kets is expected to be fired in tha.negt seven ,to ,,,,,'. Westinghouse won a forfeit game peub
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tiodal internatiodal 1 studies, and student and
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, cultural exchanges in. ,the United
' ., factures artificial arms and hands. : ayrians,' :Turks i,', .,-.., ,, !rregul.ariti,es ,I.11,,,a,.t,,o, ccur, iii. v,o,l.u, ii:tar..117,, -:f,ro,m,, ,. ti.,,,in. ,e..t?',,t,iii.,:iel,, ,,,,' .,,,,:.,
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THE' PANAMA A3IERICAN has established a special s.',...,. ',, .,' ,' .. i total, $2,000,000 went to the over over,
, over, POSITiONS' AvAft'ABLE I, 1 .ENGf,si .,- In 'New Exchange.
Olif. gri-d) r' Sholl' '
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an newspapers yesterday reported ) , , , t
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. CUEZ .attnounces i seven openings for English Ele Ele,
, Ele, a mew-exchange of gunfire betvveen -,, ,, ,: L A ,, ' :- foundation's three foreign and in in:
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, 4 ''' , ternational programS.-
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a Syrian army patrot and 400 , i . .'""
. Turkish soldiers withiu Syria,u ter. , L 0 4
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,..: - Ask for an interview calling 3-3229 or 2,-3349. The newspapers claimed the I ': . ''' ill:- ,' .. ', ''. ''''. ;:. 4 :, ,''',.' '...,,-:, '2 ,:. ),,.' ,!.,', ',, ';',':::,',;,,,',, -,,,,':.,:; -: ..,:':. 1 RUSSIAN GOODS. Ailtilii..., .-,'',
- , 1 Syrian' natrni found the Turkish! t , .

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re-x--ci-anii-n-g-- fire with sev 71' : ', ', ,.:' ;-, -; t' .C 7;;"' ' ALEXAND'RIA' Eiypt' (up)-;. A yesterday afternoon,. A few hours I
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' A - en Turkish smugglers inside .the ) ) i4 Russian freighter: iirrivee., here
, Syrian border; Please dial 'Tel. a for prompt' aitention yesterday with 'the twat shipment
, ,,- of Soviet aid to Egypt under the PRESENT FATIMA STATUE
GARRARD CHANGERS The patrol called on the Turks )
to cease fire, but instead theY t ,, recently concluded accord ,witt LISBON, Portugal tUP)---A Of&
: rected their guns against the SYri- , : ' - : 4 '''' .:' MOSCOW.' i like -.statue of Our Lady' of Fa.
ans who fired back ',the newspi. t '",, ", 1' The shipment consisted of mOd- time, the, gift of American Cath.
- e now ,bave a rood supply el famous Garrard A
pers ' ":- ' ern equipment and instruments olics to the sanctuary of Fatima,
, HI-FI Recordchangers, RC88 RC98
r-rall-which-will enable for- oil, prospecting -and. geological iseiipected.to-arrive 'in -Lisboa.?
'"'"4"---'"' We-will-appreciate-you
' Special C.Z; Prices!
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1 Syrian patrols announced later "'" ' " ; r, The Egyptian Soviet agree- The statue in fine Carrara mar.
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with heavy bipartisan support be- Contests- tutting ecrosi party House had acted 'on four and the
s, fore Easteri partY lines have been lines 'are, coming ,up on other is- Senate on only one of the moneY
stiffening on economic measures. sues, particularly-J'resident ; El- bills. ., ':- ', ,.,' ,-, .., ,
. lin the Senate the first order of senhower's, drastic plan to -over- ,- Other 'unfinished business, on
business was a Democratic-spons. haul the organization of the arm- whkh COngress rmay or may not
' oted bill te provide, a billion (inl. ed forces. Despite opposition from complete action this year,' includes
lars in Inan$ tO communities ))r powerful figures in Congress, the statehood for Alaska and Hawaii,
:', public works projects. ,,,;, ,, ,! President has promised to keep regulation of employe welfare
. !senate Republicans:, ati a go- slugging for his Plan. A ' '' '',. 'unds and union practicel; and, a
. Blow signal from President Eisen- Party-splitting contasts also a'r'e Federal program to 'encouraged
bower, forced a delay on this mea- in the offing over two other mai'. scientific education, ..
siire before the-Easter recess. or 'admiiiistration hills to car. Democratic' leaders still must
1. Tim House Ways and Means Ili out its four billion dollar for decide whether to make the 'al 'al,
, 'al, tommittee goes to work tomer. eign aid program and to provide most hopeless fight to override
row On differing idministration for a fiveyear renewal of ,,,the the President!syeto of the bill t1:1
t ilknd Democratic proposals to Reciprocal Trade Law. freeze farm price supports, .:., :,,
provide extra unemployment in.. ,,, 7,, .,, ,
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'hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Companv:
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'Weather Or Not

TFMPER 41'110' :
High 95 85 1
Low 74 81
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WIND:
,imax. mph) NW-18 NE-21
RAIN (Inches) 0 T
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 19 ' 91
, 4 TUESDAY, APRIL115
High ' ow
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4:50 p.m. B:00 p.m.

ACTION-HUNGRY IIESERT RATS'l
, RAID ENEMY yoRTREssi

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-StAti

SKY,PILOTThe Rev. Charles tee, g Marine Corps flier in, 't
World War has now taken to the air for his churchThe
34-year-old Congregational minister iron Yankton$ S.D., has
been hedge-hopping across Great Plains states for two years.

FULLLENGTH MIRRORI
Something that would be quite
an ordei for men; Old Man
Weatber pas done quite tam.,
ally, 'as puddles' outside tbe
Palais de Chaillot Museum re re.
. re. fleet the soaring structure of
the. Eiffel Tower on a bleak,
rainy day in Paris. The NATO
flag flies at right,

POPE HOLDS AUDIENCE .,
VATICAN CITY (UP) Mare
than 10,000 pilgrimat includingiwo
groups from the United States, at.
tended a mass audience granted
by Pope Pius XII in St. Peter's
Basilica yesterday.

Teinager Provides
s
Inieclidde Soup;
Bolh Parents Die

BRUSSELS, Belgium (UP)--th
18-year-old youth was cbarged yes yesterday
terday yesterday with poisoning his parents
by putting insecticide in their
soup, because they did 'not give
him enough spending moneys, for

arning shouted' by I the
their just before he died saved
three younger children frOm a
similar ,fate.
Police said Sylvain Cornelis,
told them his parents "refused to
give me 'enough pocket money., I
wanted to kill them all.",
, He said the $2 (equivalent) a
day allowance, ,his father gave
him was not enough to date. his
16-year old sweetheart.
-Police,' said -Cornelis, a, hand handfome,
fome, handfome, wavy-haired youth, slipped
mto the kitchen of the ,family
farmhouse in the village of Wieke Wiekevorst,
vorst, Wiekevorst, near Antwerp, last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and poured about 'four ounces
of insecticide, in the soup his
mother was cooking.,
When the family sat down to
supper, Cornelis refused the soup
but his parents began eating im immediatelyi
mediatelyi immediatelyi Suddenly the 411-year
old father stood up and gasped:
"Don't eat it. It's bad."

,4.

' GENO Italy,' April 14 (UP)--I
Former 4tteen Soraya of I r a el
boarded the luxury. liner Consti ConstitutioN
tutioN ConstitutioN today for a mystery voy voyage
age voyage to Alm 'United States. Police
were forced to battle their way
through crowds of well vshers to
get her aboard.
The crush Walt so great the So.
raya's mother and brother were
caught in the mleeand at fire
were refued -permission to boar'
the ship. Soraya Ihersell was al almost
most almost in tears as she parse d dthrough
through dthrough the gauntlet of phe,to-'

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'

A, SIX-YEAlt,t0Lo zANAMANIAN GIRL, Angla Pera,'was air evacuated by a Caribbean Air
Command C-47 frorn Jaque, to Albrook,Air Force Alase Saturday 'afternoon, a(ter a request
had been received througift diplomatic channels. Angela was suffering. from a spinal con condition
dition condition and rtmning a high fever. Immediately upon arrival at Albrook, she was transported
Ito Santo Tomas Hospital in Panama City. Her mother, carrying another child her arms,
accompanied the little girl on the trip. Dr. glames tiviarkette, Albrook flight surgeon, at attended
tended attended Angela, on the flight, The aricraft was flown Iv Maj. William T. Stovall and Maj.
William D. Small, Jr. Above, 'Angelaeis shown being' transferred from the aircraft to the
Santo Tomas ambulance by, 'USAF Medical Technicians at 'Albrook (Official USAF Photo)

trate Sbrntrans

5 Indonesian Win
injfeavy Fightin

, SINGAPORE (1.1P)LThe heavL''
est fighting of the Indonesian ,re
bellinn -erupted yesterday- in Su Sumatra,
matra, Sumatra, 'Five central govertunent
war ships arrived off the rebel
strong-hold of Padang and aircraft
bombed and strafed targets for an
imminent invasion of the rebel
- The rebel governmentlpredicted
an invasion .of the Padang area
in West Sumatra by dawn tomor tomorTOW
TOW tomorTOW and possibly today.
Rebel Commander Lt. Col- Ah Ahmed
med Ahmed Husein sought to stiffen mo morale'
rale' morale' with an appeal over Radio
Padang to "be prepared to sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice all and if necessary die".,to

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T.O.I.Ch6(yk..(thifi...':,',
TOkii:SIT'ofig.,y161.0.

611OLLYINOOD Stephen
C ane, bearing a 10-pound box of
candy with a big pink and green
bow, visited his ,14 year old
daughter, Cheryl, at the detention
home yesterday as an battle toy.
al shaped up over the child's cus custody.
tody. custody. ,, '
Lana Turner visited Cheryl Sat
urday. Lana and her ex-husband
have not argued publicly about
their daughter's future, but they
will' be represented by two of
Hollywood's best lawyers at the
Juvenile Court hearing April 24.
The Los Angeles Times blasted
Lana editoriaUy over the week
end, calling her the "juvenile delinquent"-
in the case. And attor attorneys
neys attorneys for 'Miss Turner and Crane
fired back at Dist. Atty.. William
McKesson for saying he did trot
think the girl should bi given to
either.- ,.
, who stabbed to death
her- mother's smalltime hoodlum
lover, Johnny Stompanato, a week
ago Friday night, must 'remain in
Juvenile Hall tmtir the hearing.
The Timessaid it presumed
Lana would recover from her or.
deal ,"for she his always found
the way to heal yesterday's hurts
with tomorrow's diversions." ;
r "In the turnover of husbands
and wives,' lovers and mistresses,
the Cheryls- are the'e misplaced
baggage, lost and found and lost
again, always tagging along on
thenext train or plane or boat,"
it said. "Sometimes' in their lone
liness they set up images of one
parent or the other ond worship
them pasionately,, even savagely.
In an tmreal world unreality is
the only substance!'
"An eastern judge was thunder.
ing ,the other day that Cheryl had
set 4( new and lethal example for
, juvenile 'delinquents,"' it conclud concluded.
ed. concluded. "In the ,Turner, case. Cheryl
isn't the juvenile delinquent; La
1111
A completely contradfctory View
, of the whole affair came from
racketeer Mickey Cohen. who, in incidentally,
cidentally, incidentally, had his own troubles
of facing charges today of as assaulting
saulting assaulting a-' federal officer, ,Said
Cohen of Stoznpanato's slaying!
r "It's the first time in my life
I've ever seen a 'dead mad con convicted
victed convicted of his own murder."

graphers. "Please..., .please,"
she said several times.
lomer Queen, noW official.
ly a Princess, went aboard
Minutes before the regulation
boarding time and nearly three
hours ahead of the' sailing time.
She was followed by her thee,
who had to yell from the dock dockside
side dockside before 'police recognized her
and let he ,throtrt.
7r0767.11 suffered
similar' fate but finally battered
his way to, the g a n gplank
through the near mob. He was

repulse efuitral efuitraltroops.
troops. efuitraltroops.

governmentl

BATTLE IN CELEBES
, These were th 'major develop developments
ments developments is the revolt started Feb.
15 by rebel ayoung co onels"
termined to iorce Indonesian
President Sukarno to pust 'Com 'Commnists
mnists 'Commnists from bis government::
Five warships four cor corvettes
vettes corvettes and a destroyerappeared
off Padang.
The Indonesian Air -Force
stepped up raids in a familiar' re reinvasion
invasion reinvasion pattent and claimed a
heavy toll of rebel troops and
equipment, including trucks.)
, Sharp fighting broke out in.
North, Sumatra and government
forces ran into admittedly heavy
rebel resistance. ,
A stiff battle seesawed In
northern Celebes, another of the
main IndOnesian islands; and 'the
government claimed it f si 1,1y
cleaned out a rebel force. in. the
Kulali area. ,

. ..
The rebel radio at Padang ap appealed
pealed appealed to the' residents of East r
em'ocilitic'-- So ln
JAva and 'the Lesser Sunda Is 11
lands to'join the uprising against n ' ,...
Sukarno. It appeared that the reb. 0, orrows- ytiote :.
els believed' the crucial moment ; T ,
From' Eisenhower.,
had arrived In their two-month

Americans To Share
Deadline Woes
With British folks

LONDON (UN--Americans will
have company in their misery
tomorrow, the deadline for filing
federal income tax returns. On
that day, Britain's new budget
will presented tind all signs
point to continuation of the
world's highest tax rates for an anotter
otter anotter full year.
British Cinancial experts were
agreed that Chancellor of the Ex Ex'chequer
'chequer Ex'chequer Derick Heathcoat-Amory
will offer only minor concessions
tc, taxpayers under the govern government's
ment's government's Ptight money'! policies.
Entertainment and luxury taxes,
,,may be trimmed slightly.
Reathcoat Amory was ending
the current financial year with a
surplus of $1,184,400,000 on a total
budegt of $14,960,400,04 He hopes
to come up with a similar sur.
plus for the 1958-59 financial year.
In his budget speech tn the
House of Commons tomorrow,
Heathcoat-Amory was expected to
point out that the government is
keeping close watch on two pos possible
sible possible dangerscontinued inflation
and the chance that Britain may
be hit by the backlash of the re recession
cession recession in the Unitea States.
It was generally believed -that
the new budget will be based on
the conservative government's in insistence
sistence insistence on a tight money policy
aS a hedge against inflation. l'he
policy already has tpushed the
government into quarrels with la labor
bor labor Unions over, their ( delnands
for increased wages in national nationalized
ized nationalized industries.
Hathcoat-Amory, was expected
to warn that the government Will
cottinhe to ,resist wage, demands
even at the, risk of a wave of
strikes.'

followed by 22 pieces of luggage
and so many flowers that a
shirs officer commented "there's,
enough for 50 Tunerals."
', The Princess immediately retir retired
ed retired ,to suite 3-C on the sundeck ,of
the 22,500 ton liner, the same
luxurious- oartment occupied by
Grace Kelly when the sailed
from New York to Monaco to
marry Prince Rainier.
During bet ,overnight stay Ja
Genoa the princess refused t
word Of comment to anyone of
her divorce and future plans. Ho Hotel
tel Hotel sources laid she confided' she

anaan

old a.ttempt ', to' o'verthrb' v; the' 'cen- 1
China angrily accused the United
TOKYO ,(UPJ ,-- Communist
tral governmeat at Jakarta. States and ,its U.N. command al.
The government, admitting se. lies of tryitig to,!'deceivelhe pub.,
vere, rigating in North. Sumatra, .-eA
u with their note o' last week
reported ,it last two men killed '.
seeKing clarification of Red pro.
and two woundedAt claimed 27 posals to reunify Korea. ,..,-1 '
rebels captured with a quantity of
The Communists Asmandes1
arms and two truckloads of reb' anew that al U.S. and other U.N.
els ,destroyed by air attacks.
; command troops be withdrawn
- In the fighting at, Kulall ,in from Korea. ' .,,
northern Celebes, the government r, ; ,' .. ,-..' 4::'
claimed one 'rebel company as
w I I The U.N. note of last ,Wednes.
- wiped out and only two companies '..ay
a had asked the Communists
I o. rebels remained. .-1, ' 4... ....., 1,.....t.. 1,t,-- 1, ...

V L....V..0 & VgialliEtt .-' .'
I , to state clearly whether t h e y
e.'s showed considerable strength.
13u in North 'Stimatra, the reb.' would agree to UN, supervision
el eltctions aimed at unifying
The government' radio it Medan, Korea. ", - o -
main North Sumatra city,, re. '
stalled a driveby a government the
vealed that a 500niari rebel force Instead, the Peiping paper said
i'belated reply" of the 1,1..N
battalion towards the -all.imnor.40mniand handed ,th the Chinese

vealed that a 500nianrrebeffoic-e Instead, the Peiping paper said!
stalled a driveby government tile "belated reply" of the UN
battalion towards the -allimpor.40ininand banded t,d the Chinese
tont west coast' ' t in' Peiping by the British charge
The rebels fought from trenches thaffaires wa$ "worded .in a, way
and dugouts, standing off the gov full o' twists and turns." ,'
ernment forces in (two-day fire, !'But in essence," it added, "the
figh5. ' i ,' - '." -, reply is an attempt to deceivi the
the rebels did-they,finally retreat,
' Only afterthe air force strafed public on the pretext that they
waht clarification bt the,question
the government said, , of re-elections." I 1 --, ''
, The ne.wspaper charged that the
D- ' i ' U.N. reply was "air attempt to
emocratic- Solon throw off their inescapab'e re re.
. re. ., , sponsibilityu to, withdraw Ameri.
uorrows- vtiote eln and other allied troops from
ii., ., Korea soil. , ,
, '' 44
i rom Eisenhower.- tr The world public is nOW await await4
4 await4 WASHINGTON
,
(up), sen,, ing an answer from the Us. gol,
, ernment; will it withArPw its
borrowed a quote from President oops or not, and when?" the pa.,
Riehard IA Neuberger a (D-Ore.11
Eisenhowr today to explain some th
per added. ",' '
recent disagreements withp his Chinese Communists referred to
Democratic Oregon, colleague Sen. riedirsaanidnouthneced ni:ns to withdrawg
their troops- fro-m,,North Korea
'Neuberger said in a newsletter tbe nation w
nausesteloonndiotifonhaolid,inon
Wayne Morse. ree, general elections throufthout
that the situation was well VP- withdrawal of all other;foreign
scribed byl the President when h
...... 4... ,. . troops. '

lne rebels fought from trenches a- ar,BY ALGIERS, April 14 (UP) --Air.,
ind dugouts, standing off the gov
ernment forces in a-- two-day fire, full. o: twists and turns." ','
a-ariaires wart -woraeo an.
lifted French infantry commandos,
landed in a barren '4,300 4 MOUn MOUnrigh5.
righ5. MOUnrigh5. ' i ,' - .. -, reply is an attempt to deceive the
,, !'But in essence," it added, "the
tain range today to help tighten'
' Only afterthe Air force strafed, public on.'the pretext that they
the rebels did-they,finally retreat, the -vice around 'a' 'strongly-arnied4
400-man rebeLband. -4 .
the government said, , of, re-elections." l, ., 1
waht clarification ht the,qiiestion
, The battle in' the Itou-Visedar',
mountains' 60 intle aoutheast of :
Algiers, started Friday when the
- $ 1 , 7 1I"' ;h. e rnee.pwl ys P awPaest cl 'haanilg ea dt t etbmh, aptt trht oee
Democratic- Solon throw off their inescapa e . ,
insurgents ambushem a column ot
the 5th Spahi (Cavalry) regiment. t
eln and other allied troops front
' , ,.... ; sponsibility" to, withdraw Amerl,
Borrows-Quote : '. :i
From' Eisenhower:- e it ed te be 91 dead. rrench troops
"Th world public is now awe
, Korea soil. ,
lost '16 tdled and 24. wounded.
, ., Latest rebel losses were report.:
4.; ,. ' ernment; will it withArPW its The tracked rebels withdrew in.
ng an answer from the U.S. gov
wASHInGTON (UP)- q ,',
Rihard 1,, Neuberger a (D-Orel
.-e- ',troops or hot, and when?" the
per added. '... pa.. i0 CEIVPS and 'are resisting desper
i , ately the Army said. ,
borrowed a quote from President
Eisenhower today to explain some Chinese Communists referred to
their announced plans to withdraw bet 'unit to clash with the French'
,It- was the s'crongest single re rerecent
recent rerecent disagreements withp his
Democratic Oregon, colleague Sen. their troops from, North Korea since
and ,said the nuestio'n of holding the rebellion started 3 ,-1-2
years,ego. ,' ,- '' ',
Wayne Morse, '
Neuberger said ,in a newsletter tbe nation was conditional on killed, in a ,clash at Fondouk, 25 ,.
'ree, general elections throinthout Meanwhile,
that the situation was well de- withdrawal of all other:foreign miles east of Algiers. -
scribed bY' the President when forty rebels w e r e
was asked about, reports that.
,1 "Otherwise," they' said, "the killed six Moslems who ,,' agreed
he troops. ,, The insurgents kidnapped and
some Republicans would supporti United States can hardly shirk the to serve as members of ,' a Pro-,
the administratiin somewhat less' responsibility for centinuing to visional municipal council at Lam.
than 100 per ,cent in their ,ia m, keep Korea divided and intensify- hexer near Batna, in a, A il r e s
paigns this Pill. 4 4 I ing tension in, the Far East." .. mountains. ,' ,, , ,,. : , ,,
Neuberger, sard','the President! ,, ', ", , , ; .
replied: "NoW, there can be el ' ' ...,-,..---
hundred things wbere a man can I' ''-
disagree, with me and still, to my EQ31(
mind, belong to the general riliti, YI
. , a :
L'it T 'ho A
cal grouping which I belong .in" 'e' , 7, , 'r ,,;-, ,
"President Eisenhower .aas put M, E T R 0 '' '''"' ,, ,
the situation very aptly," Neuber.. ' - ' ,
,
ger said. "Men, of good will can ,,- N ; , f 1:1i :11, 5 4)7 7:03. sy
oart on specific issues, yet still : t .. '' TOD
i
A
'belong' to the same .4general po- ,. r : 9:00 0.75 .,0.40 ',
litical groupingl." ''

, FRANKEST ROMANTIC, DRAMA
HOLLYWOOD EVER MADE1
From the James Michener story', 1,
of lonely ii'omen- and men at we',
,
I

,
M-G-M preenis
-1-1gC31i-11
(331!:,
' ,starring
:
, Joan 'FOIITAIIIE
I
' Patil
Piper LAURIE
with. Cha' rie DRAKE
Sandra DEE
,
'

ANNE
the ernart orte.
trapped by love!

DELIA.... y,
hared her iove
with many men!

Ri.issio Reports
More Industrial
Production.ln -5
, toNDoN (111)) Russia's vol volume
ume volume of industrial prodirctidn
soared 1 per-cent in the first
quarter of this year nver the com comparable,
parable, comparable, period in 1957, Radio
Moscow, reported yesterday.
The broadcast heard here said
'that all sectors of the Soviet econ:'
omy "fulfilled or overfulfilled"
their assigned quotas for the first
three months of 1958.
It said the plan for gross pro production
duction production was unfulfilled by 104 pet
cent for the quarter and-by' 105
per cent for ,the Nonth of March
alone. ,
, The broadcast followed a Soviet
announcement a few weeks ago
that agricultural quotas had been
exceeded in some cases by more
than 25 per cent.

would like to teturn to the Italianl
Riviera to live, probably in a vil villa
la villa owned by actor Rex Harrison.
, Reports thatthe' Shah had sent
a private farewell message to So
raya could not be confirmed
here. Ate Italian nevvspaper 11
1 TemPo said a message was deli.'
vered in Geneva by the Shah's
twin sister, Princess Ashraf.., .It
said the Shah offered to re-mar.11.,.SnraYa
sheunderwe:can. o operation
peration operation that would permit her'
to have children. It also said So Soraya
raya Soraya had rettirned a chest full- of
4,'ciown jewele!

,
e
Senate Group To Open Inliestig-tion
,
On Problem Of Ending Nuclear Tests
1
, e Nt

WASHINGTON (UP)-- Sen. Hu Hubert.H.
bert.H. Hubert.H. Humphrey 0)-Minn.) an announced
nounced announced yesterday his Sennte Dis Disarmament
armament Disarmament Subcommittee would
open an investigation this week
into the possibility ,of suspending
nuclear tests.
The subcommittee chairman
said the investigation also- would
look into administration claims
that more U.S. tests are needed
to develop "clean" nuclear weap

Meantime., Sen. Es es Kefauver
(D-Tenn.) called on President Ei
senhower to match Russia's an announced
nounced announced unilateral suspension of
nuclear tests with r U.S. promise
ter suspend them after comp etion
of, the .orthcoming American lests
series in the PaCific.
' Kefauveri told an Israel bond
rally in Chicago that such a U.S.
promise would offset propaganda
gains made by Russia through-its
announced suspension. Russia re.'
cently completed a test ,seriei of
its own.

Re-d China Accuses

Western Allies'
hitrit 16,

---
Humphrey announced that Dr.
Edward Teller, oiten called "fa.
ther" of the H.bomb and a lead.
ing advocate of continuing U.S.
tests, would testify Wednesday at
4 public hearing 4of the disarms.,
' ment subcommittee.
.The chairman said Chairman
Lewis L. Strauss of the Atomic
Energy Commission and Dr. Hans
Bethe, Cornell IThivertity nuclear
physicist, would testify Thursday.
Strauss, Teller and others have
argued that .continued testing is
necessary to develop, a "clean"
bomb.,
Humphrey said it is'important
that The policy of the Atomic ;
Energy Commission toward arms
control measures be clarified."
He said Teller was being cailed
to "discuss problems involved in
the ,,control and inspection of. a
suspension 0: nuclear 4 weapons.
tests and a cutoff of 'production
of fissionable inateriala for weal)...
ons purposes."

'Strauss also "has been asked to
discuss several',., aspects of the
problem of control of 4iticlear
weaponsl and tests," he said. 2
' liumphrey said Saturday that
"unlortunately the studies con.'
ducted by the executive branch
on inspection for '( suspension of
nuclear weapons tests have not ,'
been made public." ,
"It is there ore, necessary," he
said, "for -the subcommittee to
conduct its own studies which can
be made available to the Ameri
can people, so that they can know
the facts of inspection systems to
verify a ',Suspension of weapons
tests.
Kelauver told the' bond rally- he
Was "not prepared to debate cll.
;erences in morality between a
clean bomb and a dirty bomb..?
' "I tee no military' advantage to
tui if in war, the Soviet Union used
dirty bembs igainst us while. we
used clean bombs againtt them."
he said. s

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' fired back, et Dist. Atty.., winiam that day, Britain's ,:: new, budget 1111U IVO per Tents,: to. ineirs, ,,cassin4.71ke.. ep Korea divilled and intei;gify-lbezer near. Batna,.l.ln:..a A It r e 1. r
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and replied: "NoW, there can ,,'' be .,' e I ',,,,,,... ', ,;,--...1, .., .-,,' ,,,,' ,,,,, .,,,,,moseseekw-o-,-,,aw' - . '..
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lover, Johnny Stompanato, a week otter full 7ear.
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' "' -' ''''':' ''''',''','"':,'''')1 18-year7old youth was charged Yes- deal ,'"for she his always found Entertainment and luxury taxes, specif9iC 91,fssgu;d, '' yweitit,'set1111 .;,,:: ,',',.. n ,.....,. ..:. ,.;, i. ,, ..., : : , s
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to may, be trimmed slightly-::: ,-, 13gIba7ertio'snilag171'.t.o.i- the ,same 'general po., ,: i- 9-00 -- 0.73 '- ,0.40 .. ., ,,'
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, ', CODY!' ',!.; '',:,,J! : A ' '',:,-- ,,i.,':,,! swill because they did 'not give r, ,,Ie.. -the turnover-, of ,busband the current financial Year, with. a is,,.,i -.. :. . -, 1- : ,:. : ,:! ',,, :,' ... s,,., .., -,, :) .., ,-.; ; i .. e ..:.
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its ':::1'' '''11:','''' '::'''''',;::T l"'' !''',,,1'''::....-:!::;N';'; him ( enough spending money,i for and wives,' lovers:sand mistresses, surplus of '51,184,400,000,0n ir total Russia., Reports :', ''' '',. ;'''....'''... '''"" ''''''''-'-':"'--'' r-':'--------' '''
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1,.-;.::.4-:,,ii::z....y;i: '''';:'''',,: "--,:;', farnihouse in the village of Wieke- na iii."p.' 2 ...: ''' ..'-,'. 'as, a hedge against inflation.- The three' montht of 1958. ,,-;' ,P,' ,,';'.,,,!' 1.' .,:.
11-,,,,,' ,' ',' -,,:!,, i':i!,,,!::.:!:::ii:',i'4Pi,,,,,.,,?.,; vorst, near Antwerp,' last-, Thurs. :, A completely contridietory vieW policy .!, already .,:: has tpushed ';' the It said' the' plan for 'gross. pre, ,
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and poured about Vour,ounees of the, whole, affair Cattle ', from government into' quarrels with le- duction, was ,imfulfilled by 104 per 'pa n lip '...
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. ,THURSDAYI supper,' Cornelis' refused the soup saulting a-- federal : officer, Said ,: Hathcoat-Amory Was expected ,', The broadcast followed a Soviet
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