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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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NTERNATIONAL 'AINWAYI

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Zrd YEAR

?1;

THE PULSE
OF PAAM4

,
'). pouncAt SPECULATION by
,..,' ,La Hora today focused on the
, 1, possibility that President Ernes Ernes,,ito
,,ito Ernes,,ito de la Guardia Jr. might la la,
, la, vors opposition Liberal Party
leader Roberto F. (Nino) Chia Chian
n Chian or ex-President Ricardo Arias
as the 1960 presidential candi candi:
: candi: date. , .
. According' to the La Bora
, --some factions of the National
, Patriotic Coalition (CPN) are
,.., apprehensive regarding the
President's inclination towards
it angle presidential candidate
. 4or the 1960 election and are
' :IA the opinion that Chlarl
would be the. logical choice if
, such a decision is made. ; 0 1
-It this ,plan falls7 the group
- .-- fears that De la Guardia would
' then throw his support to Arias.
- a prominent member of the Lib Lib,
, Lib, eral Reform faCtiOn headed by
. the President..
- 'A third possibility advanced by
' the tabloid is t,hat the President
,' may allow the .CPN to ,choose
. any candidate' it desires and
7 ', then swing his support to Chiari
, on Ahe Liheral Party ticket '.,

-;, The PosSibility of a student
' strike to start off the, new
school term ;in May. was' air air,.
,. air,. td today with' the announce-''
ment that a meeting has been
v.. Called by the Parents Associa.,
," tion of the' Jos Dolores Bios Bios:
: Bios: 'Cote high school.: : 'r,
:The'r association. is displeased
ever ,the transfer of. the ,sehool
to an', old convent because the
government is unable to initiate
repairs, -to the ,Ser100r3 present
building or, to build a new one,,
The :lack' of,:proper :school
buildings will be one of the 'terns
discussed' at the meeting,.,schedw
tiled, for' tonight:

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-,i
, .. $ut.,1 01 1,46,.....,,,,,,
. ,,, A ,nnaMi Canal locks cm cm,
, cm, ploys "who noticed:- a strange
',' inan in the front, seat ,,of hLs
: zi Car parked riear Gate'15 at the
- ,bGatt.n Locks last night start start'
' start' ,, ed police off on, tile ,trail which
', led,to the ,arrest of an .ex-in
mate of,,Corozal, -..,1
t, When 'locks ,employe Leon
' isishbough noticed the Man in
t' the seat of his car last night
b' -at about, 10 p.m.; he called po po1
1 po1 lice whO arrested Evaristo Ce Ceballos;
ballos; Ceballos; a 19-year-old Pananla Pananla'
' Pananla' tian, for tampering with a mo mo1'
1' mo1' tor yehidle. , ,- -, ,, .
i i-, A subsequent 'search ; of the
, defendant'u pockets revealed
!
that he waS carrying 11 candy
i, barS. and six packages of cig-,
. t arets, each ,8. different brand..
1 r Since the area wkere CeballOs
. ,was' picked up was close to the,
li, :Gatun, gas station,, yhich re re,0,..,,
,0,..,, re,0,..,, cently began selling candy. 8.nd
i ,.. olgarets, police checked the
.i building arid diScovered that
,1 one of ,the:wiodows had heel'
1 broken., ..., .
1 '''''' In,,,Cristobal Magi t t : ;
.. s ra e s
I C0urt today the, misdemeanor
,
" 'charge against Ceballos 'WaS
- dropped,, and the attempted
" burglary was lodged., against,
: him instead. ', ,..
.
-.. A A check of police records re re'
' re' yealed that the defendant' was
O. mental patient last year. To To.,
., To., day he was released in the cus cus-
- cus- : tocly of his father for re ad
---- mission to Corotal for an exam examination,
ination, examination, k
-., The court 'will be advised ,of
4., '' the results of the exam Aui
. April 22. No bail was set in the
:, case which was continued until
-then. A ,,t - -., k

Shoplifti-ng Appeal
tciatinued Till Juhe
The case of an American
: woman's appeal of a shoplift shoplifting,
ing, shoplifting, Conviction' wa continued
until the June 'term during to toliars
liars toliars session in tne Cristobal
', division ef the 1.7.,15. District
Court. ' :
Defendant in the case, 54-
year-old Mrs. France& Brassol
was not present in court to

- She was found- guilty last
month by the Cristobal magis magistrate
trate magistrate of shoplifting in the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Center where she
NVEtS employed as a stew:odes&
!,1 suspended sentence wail un unyosed.
yosed. unyosed.

Mrs. Brassel immediately ap appealed
pealed appealed the conviction.

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. .The United States Embassy has taken note of a Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian govermnent request for' coMmutation 'of a 'penil
tetitiary sentence for yape giVenTto 41 Panamanian Citizen
and has passed &tong to sompetent Canal Zona'author-,
ities for consideration, An Embassy spokesman said today.1
',Yesterday ,the' ,Panamt FOreign 'Office 4sked ,Com-1
, ,
mutationof 30-year maximum sentence passed on 'April'
3, 1946, on Lester' Leon Greave,' then, 20 'years
Greaves is a Negro of Westindian ancestry;,

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pe Sentence COMMUtatiOn

equest rom anama
Fes On To CZ Authorthes

,,,,-, Hs pliaded guilty of the' rape .61' a' Young-4hiti Amer:
man , ,
- The- FOreign Office said in its'note that the Oreaves
case "has received much-, unfavorable' publicity : m ;the,
Republic arid, has been' iited frequently 43A-cast-of dies
crimination as to nationality, and race. ',
- ,
For 'some tine, s plivjitsign:?ua 1 Before Greaves .was sentenced,

In Familia headed ,yIellog White, 'information reached Canal,. Z o n'
a chauffeur, has been- active. in be authorities lint ,Greaves ihad al alhalf
half alhalf of Greaves..z ,, legedly, been involved in two- earl
The crime to o k place lier rape'. incidents, 'one in '-1),
Roosevelt Avenue, when the vie.' Abajo, the' other- in!, Paretic(' In
tim was-Z, walking Moms from both cases,- victims, reportedly, re.
Balboa railroad station after; Au,' fused to prosecute because of ern.
female relative', failed to meet barrassment. )30th. victims were
her 'on tho arrive! of the:, late : reprted'y WestIndian,, ,--1,
train from Cristobal.- s. : ':
,Reports to officials .stated that ., With' timo oft, for, geed cosi.
Oreaves, who wee,- just eoming duct,' Gres's. sontonco,i Would
0 f labor shi t was -in a ',, truck actuallY, ,26 years.. a n d
filled with workmen which passed throw. ,monthe in.' pi' s 1.41,
along Roosevelt Avenue. 'which.- he bits sarvAd Years
Spotting- the girl walking gene. The commutation lwer tlie,
he got off the truck walked back Canal Zone is vested. inlito Goy:,
and forcibly dragged her into the ernor, who has- the 'edvicei 'of
bushes where, the .crimi was cont. ,pardon 17;
Witted, "-, 1" :
Gretives' proper'ty Waa found at 4; in,' annotincing its 'reciuet...'Ithe,
the scene by ,Canal Zone foreign office
to whom he confessed the crime4 ;;',Le
.z--Greaves -victim were' -"The MinistrY'glereigh..,litelv MinistrY'glereigh..,litelvstrangers
strangers MinistrY'glereigh..,litelvstrangers to each other. thins takes pleasure in announcing
Iri.U.'S. District Court the' ease that,it has
was prosecuted b, William J, through the,Embassy of the AJni,t.'
Sheridan, Jr., then an Assistant ed Statesin This country,lhe cam.
Ditriet Attorney-411e it now ,Ppb- mutation,. of: the,'59-year term int;
lit, Defend ) rnged ',on -str' Leon,' :Creaves;
411.,,aves ,! court be I I ,ar .7.-
4 1
tioney to ei-npioy awyer. .,The minisay :has Ear f., al to
Public Defender Dr.A, W. C. ihe',Honorable Embassy,of the U.
Todd ",wat appointed te defend tilted States of America that the
' bim.: Todd 'is a Negro 'whe was Greaves' case has' receiVed 'much
, living in the ,Unitod States. in. unfavorable publicity in the Repub.
Jetiremont at last reports... lic arid that it has been 'cited ire.
, 'Judge Bunk -,Gardner, now ro, fluently as a case of discrimina.'
'tired and living in Kentucky, pass. ,tion as to nationality And
ed the sentence recommended by "Therefore,. to erase-any
Sheridan. In doing so he wrote a aiblo Impression, of 'Aiscrimina..'
following memorandum Into !the tion against Panalliallian Watiati;1
reOcird,,,It 'laid in part; , a ise, the .hijaistry, trusts that ths,:,
;.- same omple sense of .bomenitY
,-"The Court'at me time COOSI will be shown ,as, wacovidonsod
dered this case and fixed the pun.
for tho 'commutation' of the purt.,
ishment wae familiar with. the Ishment ,of 25 years,.. imprison,-
of the ,ment Imposed ,On tap', Worth A.
vicious and brutal 'details
crime committed by the defendant. morican citizens 2Coireictod
While we do not anticipate thats murder,. who had already sem.
any application for pardon,;' cont. eight years imprisonment anti.1
mutation, or Executive clemencY had ,observed. good conduct
would ever be Acted on favorably; ;,, ..
however, we want to take thia,oe- o-rding to', reports
coma to recommend that no ex- oa file in The Foreign Office, Mr.
ecutive authority,- ever, at 'a n Y Greave -has ,heen imprisoned for
time,' for any reason,. under any 12 years and always hasobseryed
condition, commute or ,rernit the good cemducts. in ,addition- tO.,hav.
punishment provided by the judg. int recieved while in i
ment and order. of this Court, or diploma from' an 11 p h olater y'
grant apardon to the defendant." school tiuthorized by:thc State of
, : New l'OrkL ,'
Maritime-Academy ', "The', Ministri'a' note' 'Pointi 'Out
20
ave pen ngs
, that for ,the time being it is not
the, intenion of the Foreign ,Office
- to 'enter int di'discussion of the'
For:Criti 1959-'A:
sentence 1)15 Irears, the mail.
mum allowed -by the kW ;which
- WaS Meted out- litt the:, GreaVes
' Two 'vacancies' at, the ,XT: S; case, MT' to express opinions't on
Maritime Academy, at -Kings analogous cites, 'such,,as those 'of
Point, 'N. for appointment MioS Danicla,Batistit, Pananta.
!from the Canal Zone will occur nian,' and of-,..loseph IV, Fisher,l,a
next year in the class of Aug. 24, North Anterican." -
1959. It has been annOUneed by Ile Batista case ii-tindertenito,
the committee. for appointments have involved, several. WesVBankl
t'othe Military, .Nval, Arid Air servicemen' and is believed to have
Force ,,Academies. , been investigated bY military au.
The two vacancies wal be fill- thorities., '1 ,'' -1
ed on 'nomination of Gov.W. E. Fisher pleaded guilty; received al
Potter. The Governor is nuthor- 10.year term.,,'- I
ized to nominate-ten 'candidates Two' other sex cases,'not
to COMPete On the basis of Bohol- tioned specifically'in the' Foreign'
astlo records and personal inter Offfce- note, have-received ,: wide
views,,,by the nomination board. local discussion,,,Thepi.were
The Candidates will be screen- tied in 1955.. -I
ed in October and November of Then an attempted raPe Charge
this year together with condi- against Pk; Vernon 'O. Hilton,
dates applying NI' nomination to was- concluded when:it' Jury lound
the Air Force Academy; ,The him guilty only of battery.,'A
deadline fr the nominations will charge or ripe against 'Ali Middy,'
be February, 1. 1949.- ilVilliam J. Mitchell,' Was
,The allocation of two vacanCies dismissed only -after 'the scomplahi.--
for appointment -to Kings Point ing witness 'refused 'hi leatify,-
from the Canal Zone. was made spite of' rePtated' reditett-by
recently 'Irough a bill passed District :Attorney : 'The
! by the. Lilted States Congress these cases Were 'Cis'.
and signed by 'President Xisen- 'ter&

Heretofore; canaidates from.
the Canal Zone, if. found ,quali,
lied, were appointed by the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Commerce and admit admitted
ted admitted as cadets. In 'the 10 years
preceding 1956,1 there were 25
aPPointments made to the Marl Marltime
time Marltime Academy from the Canal
(Zone. ,
I

WON'T TALK, EH?
SEOUL, Korea (UP) -.- A sur survey
vey survey by the secretariat of the ROK
National Assembly disclosed yes.
, terday that seven of the -203
1 Ftssembly' metnbers failed to speak
from the floor a sintle time dut.
Iing their four-year terms.
The survey re erred to, the si silent
lent silent assemblymen las the' "seven
dumb representatives."

'atience

By 'DOC ALIIGO
NEWYORK '(UP) "Crazee,"
says 'the eminelt Frenclt actor
Claude Dauphin. Hett,t alking
about the ,driving k' habits of
France.
"These New' York driversPM
just admiring their patience, their
silence., In Paris, if you're stuck
behind a car, ypu start Insulting
the whole worldyou scream!
, "Here, was caught in' a' tun tunnet,
net, tunnet, stuck 45 minutes, thousands
of cars at midnight and not a
voice! The -patience of 'American
drivertr is a mazing. Particularly
here in thiecity, where you some.

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illi:peptit know the truth and the country is SO fe'r Abrahoni Lincoln.

rANAMA, IL P. TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 15511

!..e;
A third hearing of, the case of
local,-rate Panama Canal Com Commissary
missary Commissary employe fired following
Vdiscovery ot abnormal short shortages
ages shortages of stock 'was scheduled for
2 pan.' today in the Board Room
at lie Administration Building.
The entploye is Iris' B. Kelly,
wile IS one ot 11 being represent represented
ed represented ,by-attornef Charles Ramirez.
-.11e skid today that"the appeal
of another employe, Ivy M..Pu M..Pusey,,
sey,, M..Pusey,, will be ,heard on Thursday.
Two of,' the, ,19 employes who
we' fired have'been reinstated,
arc!, 'the status of a- third ems
ploy. has- been 'changed to leave
with pay pending the outcome
of a, hearing also se,t or Thurs Thursdsy.
dsy. Thursdsy. .
LOCII '900,, ATSCME; AFL-CIO
represented .three of 'the fired
employes, And One Of the re.11,,
stated workere. Mrs. K. N. Walton
of Rainbow hat'. turned
over her ease to the uniph.vnt uniph.vntlORS'Orr
lORS'Orr uniph.vntlORS'Orr two other cases that Lo LocAl
cAl LocAl 900' Vis .tis,.ndling. were held
last, week,' t
' '.decision on'.the unloo's
remaining aPPeals ,be made
bY-'0;10Y;: W. E., Potter .when
. returns'frorh Washington. e

rer FM t117,'71;
2,,
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, ,10 ".
VASH1NGTOINT ',.1kfril 15 Ttliol
.--The-Dig Three 'western
stood readrAoday tell Rus RusSIR.
SIR. RusSIR. they, ar prepared to, begin
pire-stmtmit diplomatic talk in
,Wiltatter of days.,
,!rint they planned to make it
cry$tal clear a heads-of-govern.
ment,'"euminir conference win
follow't Only 42 Progress is made
::the,, preliminaries a rd
atold war issues. In a
Phtase, the ,S t It' was, expected
to'say: i''

N.; Progres4.- no ;'ritrinilt.1'.
The United Statesif aritain
and Prance ranned rto deliver
a formal notr to this effect to
Russia ,either today l'or tomor tomor'rw.
'rw. tomor'rw. It wal expeeted t,o carry
the endorsement, of '' all ,,15
, North 'Atlantic Treaty Organ.
laation IlsTATOY
: In, Moscbw,,,' Soviet Premier
Khrushchev talked at
length ,during a Kremlin reeep reeep,,tion
,,tion reeep,,tion last' night -with, 11,S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson
and French Ambassador Mau Maurfice
rfice Maurfice Dejean. Informed sources
Said the conversation dealt with
preparations for a summit con conference,'
ference,' conference,' bOtn ambassadors re refused'
fused' refused' to' say what s. they were
itbOut;',
'
t The , Big '',Three'? note was
drafted in 'Teply to'l a -Soviet
proposal calling or four-power
ambassadorial talks beginning
in Moscow Thursday to set up
itForeign Ministers conference.
The foreign, ministers session,
in Moscow's plan, would be fol followid
lowid followid It',summit conference
whether or not the foreign
ministerrmade progress toward
.na.rrowing.lEast -tWest differ differences,
ences, differences, on. Such lasties as dis disarmament
armament disarmament 'and ,German reuni reunification,
fication, reunification, TITLE FOR SALE'
CREWKERNE, England (t1P)
A '"Jord of the manor" title wits
placed on the auction block 'here
today.' 'A' 'local' Iegal firm an announced.
nounced. announced. that 400 acres -of t he
Wyndham '''estate at KingsbuTY
Eoiscopi; 'Somerset, wel'e for sale.
The highest bidder' will also win
the 'right' to' 'br called ,,",Lord of
the '' Menet; 'of Kingsbury
'copi21-

rivers

:4,- '471 T. 7
titOs proceed one block every 10
minutes- '
, "I don't Itnow itoW,y0uIll man manage,
age, manage, in very few years,' to use
a car New.York. And the park parkbig.
big. parkbig. resent'' iti- The
parking meters used to be one
hour for, dime. Now 'they're one onehalf
half onehalf hour for at dime. You can't
do anything In one-half liour.
Pin Paris the regtdations are
strict, but in France 'you know
(with a shrug)you .can always
go around the regulitiona."
As betalks, we are scooting
dowli crowded Third Ave. in his

,
',The Canal Zone Credit Union
to,date has received no official
notice to suspend its activities.
A spokesman said today that
he has heard nothing 1110111
....with regard to a 'retest lodg lodged
ed lodged by the Panama Foreign of..
ries against the union's acti activities
vities activities on March 24.
'rhe protest 'was the first 'Of
three filed within the last month,
concerning. alleged 'violations of
US-RP ;Treaty provisions.
1 1 The statement by the Palla PallaMi
Mi PallaMi 'Foreign Office cOncerning
the-Canal Zone t Credit Uniori
1:protested in particular the sale
of automobile insurance by the
union, claiming this was a vio violation
lation violation of :US-Panama treaty
provisions., restricting commer commercial
cial commercial enterprises in the Canal
Zone to, cable, navigation, pe petroleurn.
troleurn. petroleurn. or, Stel companieS.
At the time of the protest, the
ELS. Embassy said that the mat matter'
ter' matter' was, "under consideration."
. The secOnd prOtest filed 1.01roll
27' Concerned the alleged distrie
blition: of fly-sheets 'in Panama
City -advertising newl-inauarirated
bi-monthly dances at-the
Opest .;
',At the iimi..e.ivell-inforrned
Canal source stated emphatical emphatically,
ly, emphatically, that.. these had t",never been
distributed. in,Panamk shied the
Tivoli restricts 'Its activities t.
Canal Z0110.. residents and -em-
'
- This -was': the Only ..1proteit
which bat :so far been DM:.
italtranswited; AniA 11, 11,Si
Arml-,,14 Julian ir;
, T"
to Ile Itanofilit, ent

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wr 11
,, .,,,; : o.
Boy Itout-Buding
, burglar who was, caught I-ed.
handed ,breaking,.into, the BoY
,Scout building in 'Rainbow ,City.
last ,month, :today was sentenc sentencNI
NI sentencNI IT.S.'District Court ,at 'Cris 'Cristobal
tobal 'Cristobal tO spend- one year- in the
Q0mboa penitentiary.. 1 :
,,It ,waS also' revealed 'in s court
that the. defendent, Guillermo
26-yearl;old ,Coln rest restdent.'
dent.' restdent.' bs,d -four, 'coovictiens
,VOlVintl" thefts In ColtL :
',.,'Mojita was caught March 18
when a Canal Zone. nolicerns.n
srrtted I a :broken, lock, on ,the
Roy Scout building., He motified
the station aod took up a 13031-
tion at the back of the building.,
Soon be heard, footsteps inside.
0,nd:within -a few minutes, Mo Molica'
lica' Molica' crashed through a screen
window Inez attempt to escaoe.
'Later ,,the defendant told no nolice
lice nolice he had ,,broken into the
building with, the, 'intention' nf
stealing what he could ,finci;butl
the :noise had scared .him away
before he' had time to' take any

'Tourist Parley ParleyOvei
Ovei ParleyOvei 450 travel agents from,
Latin -Iiinerica have been
vited Id, attend a conference' of
the '': Confederation 'of Tourist
'Organizations .of Latin Mnerica
, (COTAL) -scheduled' to .,be held
in ?enema next 'month.' .1, ,;
, Jtimed' at' linking the Amer..'
ices through. tourism', the con-1
ference 'also' offer, agents
the. opportunity of' ail exchange
of informatiort concerning trAV trAVel
el trAVel doeUmentation in, their C01111-
' titeS; ,,
Although 'rthis is the', seCand
COTAL conference,', last.- year it

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his left, he flips from opening to
opining like a halfback ut a 'bro.,
ken field. Twice I, thought he waa
going to try to. sneak right under.,
neath big trucks. ,
"Nice to have a little car in big
traffic;'? he says. "When I Put MY
car beside Cadet, or a iliu-eek,
or' Oldsmah-beel,f it's just half
their size., But traffic fines are no
smaller for it I got elm parking
tickets in three months-430 fines.
A'In France, you tan go, out in
the country, 200 miles an- hour.
No speed limit On one trip of
about live, hours in Jaguar, I

tiny., French .1tenault,Gesturing I was driitiht 100 MRCS al) houtitil
with ,his right hand, steering with the time, And no trouble.. ,

ore

Toiat.Piziiiiti1.110$
:.,,,....,,,, .,.. ....:.,.....
1:01:0ikailOnal',,?',.:,,,::':;,,,:::-,
Ciinkst lifflottv

that the fly-sheets had"strey had"streyed"
ed" had"streyed" Into Fanamy City.
Thal note from the U.S."Am U.S."Ambassador
bassador U.S."Ambassador indicated also that Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone authorities-were aware
of their treaty obligations, and
"are zealous in adopting all rea4
zonable measures" to live up to
The third protest, filed on
April 7 was over alleged viola-1
tions by some Canal Zonescom Zonescommissaries
missaries Zonescommissaries and Military post ex exchanges
changes exchanges that were charged wfth
selling "luxury items, such as
diamonds, cultured pearls, ster4
ling silver tea sets and 'other ar articles."
ticles." articles." '
This, the Foreign Office claim claimed
ed claimed was in direct violation of
treaty cormnitrnents,' '
M far as is known, these Items
are still being sold in the Canal
Zone.- 1, '

'MOSCOW (UP)--Soviet Premier
Nikita!- S- Khrushchev Monday
night warmly. congratulated ,Van
Cliburk: 'the 'musical: pride of
Texas, for his achievement -in
winning the International ,Tschal ,Tschalkgysky
kgysky ,Tschalkgysky Piano' contest.'
' Khrushchev apotted the -sixfoot,
'four-inch American' at re reception
ception reception and 'heck his hand. t
" you ,.,,te.vRst?" asked
Yhrt.-,irbeet.s he leo .edmat the
-
), ow, I comefrom Texas
and American vitamintare excel,
lent,1 Cliburn replied with' a grin.
A gold medal and ,a check for
25,000 rubles ($6,250 at the ofil.,
cial rite) were presented to CB CBburn
burn CBburn 'earlier in the day in an
awards4ceremony at the Moscow
1CotiserVatory.",
C'iburn, totiped.:an- 18-year-old
Chinese, Liu Shi-Kung, and a 29-
year-old Husiian pianist, L e v vVlasenito,
Vlasenito, vVlasenito, ,for first place. They
lovers Could not find ,terms glow4
ing enough to express their ad admiration,
miration, admiration, for ,Cliburn1s1 malestic
performance in the competition.
"The best pianist o'' the young younger
er younger generation: said Emil Okla.
Viasenko,t-for 'first place. sThey
lied for second. : ,,
It seemed that 'SoViet music
lovers could not find terms glow.
ing enoughto exPrem their. ad admiration
miration admiration for Cliburn's majestic
performance in the competition.
"He's a prodigy:, said cont.
poser Aram Kachaturiak all
the 38 years have beengOing
to Moscow Conservatory concerts
I have never heard a pianist such
as Van Cliburn."
'rhe audience sit the ceremny
gave enthusiastic endorsement of
the award by eheetirg 4141 cu.,
burn, Van Cliburn."' ,,
' All the participants in the con contest
test contest met Khrushchev recep reception
tion reception at the Kremlin for Belgian
'Dowager Queen Elizabeh.

ii,.f.fl:'''fi'0,:ti'''..':'.C1(i3O.id,' ''.PO40b1.0.'

Here,I would ave been highly
unlawful on a parkway with a 60-
mile speed limit,' and maybe I
would have had an 'accident.
"I think yoll have many more,
accidents -here than we do in
France. Why Drunk drivers.- In
France. Why? Drunk thivers. In
drinking. In America,' they sget
drunk more easily. They atart In
the evening,A fast. Want to catch
up., They get more dizzy.' In
France, we start drinking in, the
morning. fr A
,'"You see how wei sneak the ear
into small places It's just crane.
You getting out here? Ah, good.
by. Bonne chancerr-------"'

, HA NA' APril 15 (UP) Rebei leadei Fidel Cos Costro'
tro' Costro' vowed last 'night that his'fallowers will ,"fightto the
to,overthroi, President Fulgencio Batista's ntyron0.
-7
In, an unprecedented broadcast overthe ,iebel
Casirci,said,the past! present and only ainil'of his MoieT
ment is to overthrow the Batista 'regime. -
, ',..As ',the rebel. leader,,spoke; figurei Circulating here
indicated that the24-hour toll of Castro's six-doy-olci
volt wauld amount to140 dead. ''..,4,!1!'
,
,More than 100 persons wercreported killed in $aguit
drithde; where loyal troops battled a ,rebe1,, landing
force.. .,:s 1; ,
' Thl!ty-one'persins .1!otitlaws11, 'one workeo;?.:
Were repoited dead in briente province; end thief rebi
el's:ifere' shot doWa in the' Havana area.,.!

everal: skirm s es In .0rIente
occurred. in the yicinity of Ouan Ouantinairo,
tinairo, Ouantinairo, south coast town.' where
the United, States hart, big na nabase,,There
base,,There nabase,,There was no indication
pet 1,1.a; :installations 's,,rerti
,danfTen ,
l'-ne et 0011 "'rebel ero!'-,.
se, II t' 4;411ti3,'
fio the insurgents 'were ,shet
; and killed hist night.',Thetither
-,joui, fled into the Jungle,' were
theyi are being sought .by,
, Y.,' t, . ,,,
Meanwhile; rebel sources- said
Ithitt4dall -Recoil a 27-year-old
'illotographer, from, ; New ,; York
City who has been hissing from
Hayantt 'since ,,,,Atoril '2,AS safe
'"somewhere hi Oriente, the
nrovince -,in h., rebel': activity
is .eenterett,.,',i--;,,..r. !-
, ';'When,- 'seen; Miss 2 Secon
was hee filnw I for ;,;.the hills
hopes of mlinding her way' to
CP etro'f4 ,hitieout. :-
, ,''Tbe -rebel leafier- said it jlast
!light's ,broidcast-that the ap ap,warent,'.faihire
,warent,'.faihire ap,warent,'.faihire of his efforts at
,"total',wctr", litts rot dampened
'lb& Pnirits nt his' followers.
4'IVe Ore diswosed tneontinww
tho flYbt'at ell eosts," he said.
'We shall rot allow fillwre to
.betray the howe nleeed in us.'
VVe 'are 'determined eininlv end
to. tam" nil to our ett
',- die in ihe
fitht!"- .:, ,,...,
'',.Castro'"comments to o lc; the
form of an interview with Jorge
R. ,Maceit, and -Argentine news,-,
.
' .The'.rebel leader ,loroinised
that if be rid, Ws followers ern
OSerthrow.,, Batista; they -,'
establish a -',.'Iprofessionar' gov government
ernment government 'SS I, prelude Jo gener general
al general elections,: .,:

,
Panama s Luxury, Hotel Next Month
was' 'held', in, Mexico, this will South' America, and,Peter Ra Rabe
be Rabe the first time that, repro- dulovic, of the )Aexic office,
sentatives of every Latin Amer- are here discussinudetalls with
lean cOuntry will -attend. de lot Guardia.
,The conference is .-' -,:""
given' hnpetus by Panagra of- 'rhe Conference 'is set tn meet
, ficials, 'two of whom arrived at RI PitilliMft Hilton, Hotel
here this 1 week t to lay the from May 28, to Jun 1 and
'groundwork. They are assist-, will" ,include, besides serainars,
int Juan de la Guardia,,Pres- a sight-seeing tournt Panama,
,ident of the : Association of trip to, Taboga, visit to the free
,,Panama Travel Agents,' who port, and other Panama attrac attrac,
, attrac, in, charge of ,arrangements tions.. ,
:Or' the convention.
Panagra officials, Gordan K. Particular. stress will be made
McCoun,-, sales manager for, on. promoting Panama as an

Patticulat. stress will b: made
on.' promoting Panama as an
attractive stppinpottplace tor
the potential 7000,transit pas passengers
sengers passengers who pass; through To TocumenAirport
cumenAirport TocumenAirport each :month:
Eleven' independent- 'travel a agencies
gencies agencies in Panama will be tep tepresented
resented tepresented at, theyconlerenck
,

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p
'WASIIINGTON, Ain IS '(1.1P)
The Census Bureau today
estimated the population of
the tnited States Ake about
173,2100 on Starch I,
, The total included meMbers
, of the armed forces. overseas
and rePresented an increase of
22,078,000 or per cent since
April I, 1950, when the last of
7fleial census Arias takens....,.

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A
FIVE CMS

:Judge Manuel trrrutli, Who is -1'
now living as A ,refugee in New
York;7, has 'been chosen by Ca".
tro to serVe as provisional presi president
dent president in any revolution 'that may',,.'
follower' ro'wl,
to ,,,t up "a
new voli, y
from Ihe country to Serve the- ,-,
!Country arid not ,to satisfy per- :
'sonal ,
, He ebsrged that leading' et-:
the.,:; Batista regime. 7.,
have., stelen, a,, billion dollars;,
Batista's 'personal lertune was,,:.
estimated by Castro to amount': .7
to about 300 Inillion dollars.,y 7
; At the same. thne, 'Jules Du
'bole LatinAmerican cones conesImondent.
Imondent. conesImondent. forl then,,Chicago 7Tri-
'bune, comPlained' that he is not ;.
being fairly' treated by 'the.. gov government.
ernment. government. : ',,, :
, 1 Dubois,, said !that ; 'government ::'
censors ,, Will not-allow' him,"to
niece. or receive 'telephone- calls :
to or from foreign 'points. : ,.
tie said he believes the ':',,
erimination" igainst- bird' stem-
med.. front big, ', 'recent -Itid,',417
transmitting a' :cortiplaint' from ..
the 'newspaper .EI Mundo ttt the.
Inter4merican .7,, Press ,Associa-.;!:,
tion. !!!"'

so
Po!pte tiobilized
To:Preak Strike
)oultuAtrIca

JOHANNESBURG, South 4ftlEt
(12) Prime Minister J. grit.
don mobilized South Africa's ye,
lice today to try to break a staY0
home strike by tour million na4

,
ertnrow zsatabus, 'airy wsu
ttIP),, Prime -Minister J. Stril Striltablish
tablish Striltablish a. "professional"' gov- don) mobilized South Africa's pee
licetoday to try to break a sta3'.
nment as a prelude to genev genevelections
elections genevelections - ..
' ' ' home strike by four million na4
: - dyes. ,, The strike threatened to
, paralyze South, African te0110MY
( 6 1 Police with submachin u i
Iviteo ,To.:Atten find batons we're,out in tor 'eg nil
,- , , ; the streets of Johannesburg. Cape
, ,.. ,, , ,,,, Town an other 1111130r cities
)tet,,,,, ,,,,, ,, given protection 'on their way to
Next Month wstirloijtmnorePrImelsaikractoniiiciag:

- First reports from the major
citiee indicated 'the strike was at
least 90. per ,cent effective. Roads
which ., at. daybreak ere,. often
thronged with natives on their
way to work were largely desert.
ed today except ofr the police,
The strike was tilled for three
days by the African National Con.
gress, only voice of the country's
9,500,000 Al r le en s. It ends
Wednesday when the na t I o n's
white voters go to the polls in ,e
general election.
Only the 3,500,000 white inhabit inhabitants
ants inhabitants can vote in tho election, and
Strijdom's Nationalist Party la
considered a certainty to stay bt
power and pursue-- its policy of
apartheid. the absolute segrega segregation
tion segregation of white and colored.

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..J.'(i.il.:.:',..Siijt:oiiii':'i'.::.:I

For Cigar Theft
A ten-day jall, sentence was
imposed today in Balboa Magis
trate's Court on a 40-year-old
Colombian who stole cigars from
the sales store at Corozal.
The defendant, Santos Taylor
was charged with taking two
boxes of cigars worth a total of
55.95 from the Army Sales Store,
,, Complaining witness was Mali
Jame; J4, Van Amst,

IC CUIIVIetiOn I dumb representatives," 1 here in this city, where you some.lwith ,his right hand, steering with' the timer And no trouble.: ,. --, rby. Bonne chaneet"-------, t'lloial census 'WAS takelk ,...o.wo I Janle;,gt Van Anla
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'
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,
.
,
, ,.

ti Fidel Cos-
'fight to the
ista's sityron I
r;
rebel
of his nioite nioite:ulating
:ulating nioite:ulating here
ix-day-old
Med in agua
'ebel landing
.;
clone workeo
Ind three rebi
irrrutti, who
refugee in New
:hosen by Ca

r rrr vc
satisfy pc;-.
of-'
sta regime
on dollars.i
ortune was
to amount
2 dollars. ,-
Jules Dm
can cones-
keg Trt
st he is not
the.gov-
sovernment
DIV hiM, tO
phone cella
(Ants.
s the "dig "digbiro
biro "digbiro stem stemmt
mt stemmt aid,
olaint from
indo to the
ss Associa-
W5
ted
t.,17
.a
3outh Akin
er J. Strit.
Africa's Doe
tak a stay.
MilliOn Ba4
reatened to
te01110MY.
Ithine guns
in force on
sburg, Cape
ajor cities
at Africans
call will be
iseir wa y to
the Major ;.
rike was at
!tive. Roads
are,. often

i pars. am
.".0 arets, ea
,
-- Since 1
:was' Pick
:Gatun,
,
cigarets,
building
one :of
!!
broken,
Court' b
' 'charge'
dropped,
" burglary
bim inst
' A chet
.yealed.
menta
day he
: toci11' of
mission
, Ination,
, TIV3 el
the rest
4. April 22.
ease wh!
:then. A
, Shop'
,
Cont
, The
!: 7 woman'l
'ing, too
until th
, r !day's se
, division
, : Court.
,
, Defeno
, year-old
? :' was not
;laY
- She', t
TrIenth i
trate of
., garita S
was' erni
, suspel
posed. ,,
.
, Mrs.
,
pealed t
'
.
)

v4abluniu ann.
Di the country's
n 8. ends
the no t o n's
the polls in
0' white inhabit,
hp' election, and
lalist Party is
tinty to stay'
its policy of
solute segregs segregscolored.
colored. segregscolored.
Gets
nee
Theft
stntence W113
Balboa Magis
a 40-year-old
tole cigars from
t Corozal. -,"
Santos Taylor
taking two
rorth a total of ,,
Iny sales Store,
itness was Mali
krnst,

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t t.' ',La Hora to
1, ,,
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,,' POLITICAL SPECULATION by
. ',,
,,- ',La Hora today focused on the Moves On To CZ Authorittes ......, Awl, k
i Ow
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N 0 possibility that President Ernes- t v, - '. ,,, ", -, 1- ..,. e': : ,- ,, ; : 4, t , .,,r ,, ,.. ,, ,. ., , , ,
tode la Guardia Jr. might la- i ,' :',.. --,. ..- 0 .--..r '' ''- -:''', .,:' '.,-" '' ":.; -. .. ',',,:, : .- ,'' . ,i-, ? :. ', : : ' ,..- ; .', ' .. ----7 0 -----' -,, ,-, ; .P, .,
' 'ors opposition Liberal Party , . : - i --- '-,',.: .. . .. A t, , , (, ,. '0, . ,, r i- , , ,, ,. ,.., N I
leader Roberto F. (Nino) Chia- ---. The United States Embassy Nes taken-note ofa Pah-
t
iore-s ppea ----ana -4 one re 1 nion ., ',---
ri or ex-President Ricardo Arias :. . ,, ,. -... b :, : ,' , : , , ,.
,,,, amasnian government request for coirmutation, of ,a peni:, --,,,, z-, i ,.., .- .2 , ,,,, ss ,,s s :,,,,,,,, , .. : '',.. -, -.' s,
, ., )
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as the P
1960 residential candi- ..i
- .,
,, date., -. ; '.. .. tetitiary sentence for rape tv
igento 41 PiLnamanlan citizen ; t 0, 1,., ,-,: ,........ t, ... , . ss n 24 ,,,
Hours-,:,,,, i
. ., ,, : H and has passed it &tong to sompetent Canal Zoneauthor
; According to the 1.4 Ora earingsit rt-::-:.: ears', o ore test .""' ''' ' '... -I -.. .
ro
,,, tome factions of the National ities for conideration; An Embassy, spokisman said' today. ,,,':,4'..,'--' ,, ,. '; f:':,:'',.. '' i' ,', .:. '.'' --2':',-, ''',:'',' ,',. .': ': '. '-,, '' : '.. '-' '''' ' -''' ''',:..? 1 v ' .. ',' ' 2., .:
, Patriotic Coalition (CPN) are , ..
Y d. th' ' i 'Off' ' ili '' .- ",'-' -,:.''''),.' ',..'i If :' ,7:',' ' '''',-,- .--,'''. -7,-"' t' 7-7 '-' ':g ''', '' : ''''
,,,--, apprehensive regarding the ,' -' -. ester aY a ,, Panama Fara gn ,. los !,as,k ,,, corn- , ri '',. t :. ,' . I .9' ..' .' (I
. President's inclination towards mutation.of a 3(3-year rnaximuni sentence passed on 'April' ortage,- ase I , ,
:,The Canitl Zone uiedit Union that the fly-sheets hadrstraY" ''C :,:,:' Ill 12,- gait- 'if? to ft' ,. - .,-- I'
to.,date- has received no official ed" into Panamy City. ' .,
,, ..t...1- .,....1,bintlat candidate .. , ,'',
. ,..

, for the 1960 election and are 3, 1946, on Lester' Leon- Greave,' then, 20 years ()WI.' ) ,r -, : notice to suspend its activities. Mel note from the U.13."Azi- km14 Mail 11
' 'tt the opinion that Chlari , ,0 !..e A spokesman saki today that bassador indicated also that Ca- ' ,
Greaves is a Negro of WestIndian ancest
' would be the, logical choice it rY'- ' ' A third nearing of the case of
be has heard nothing MOre nal Zone authorities-were aware s' : ,),, , ,

,, such decision is msoe. , 1 ,,,,- ',,'. Me Pleac lea guiltY ot Intl rape or a young whit& Amer- tilocalqate Panami Canal Goa. 7.witu Lcinasa w aw Ap4.vv.6 ...5-
. -It this ,plan fails, the group ,. ,. ., ,, ,,, , ,
I
man. In. .., -- , ,-,. ....,,- .,, ,
t ,- ', ' missary employe fired following ed by the Panama Foreign Of0 "are zealous in adopting a reit., ',. ., n , , ,
v ,
, .- feEtrs that De la Guardia would g ., ,,, ,,, ,. , ,, flea against the union's acti-, zonable measures" to live up to A.. ,- SI ., lc 11 ,',.v.,
.,,-",, adiscovery of abnormal short
-141 ...... Its,-.1. el ..4 , thawn , , , .4 ,., N"S N'' I WU I I INI IN ? I MIN Ai 1 III . '. I
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" jben throw his stIPPon to Ana. ror,olgn, M. Its riots VII the ,ureaves" ages of stockwss scheduled .for
- a prominent member of the Li 7ge" ptullroi'eas-Cw-a;-the 'first 'Or third: protest, filed- On :n IR-
osset "hai received '-irtuCh: unfavorable' Oublidity iti'; the. 2- thdaY m, three filed within the last month, April 7 was over alleged viola- z , ,
eral in the Boardadi
Reform faction headed by , , , -- at .thet Administration Bu ng.. r ,,t1107,44 .vintetionA of thins hv 7mnosenm- ' ,i

. tne rresictenu. I Kepuolic aria, nes peen .citea 'frequently as a, case OT. als7,1.-;,rna employe 13,
h 41.1.515.. Ael'IUS-ItP ;Treaty provisions. missariea anti military post ex- L.,. : .n. ,,A. V I
s 1, A third nossibilitV - ntiA At i pin& ronromon

th.e.ia-ip-lo-ialithat.the President crimination as to natiOnality, an, y.- ;, ,;,".
; The statement by the cnanges that were charged wiTil u
MOS allow the .CPN to choose , mi 'Pereign Office cOncerning selling "luxury items, such as
lel 4:0 it tiPitP and For some time, a Private -groin)! liefore: re-S.' ve'''s '''''s ie-riceti. the-Canal Zone t Credit Union diamonds, cultured pearls, ster4 HAAA r
prd 15 (UP) -- Rebet leade

, 7'47

a:s Os iltphree Cpeadsetftl tperde sbernOtdda CnadS to :IV; 1'01;1)11'0
44.r.i. Roosevelt Avenue, when the WC.' Abajoy-the ;other in.!, Paralsoq 171:1161111, ,51;e14e15chlt13Igivud tonviirauvrre provi,sionm restricting commer- treaty cormnitruents.
.4 4-, tim was:,walking Moms irom both cases, victims reportedly,re.
' Balboa railroad station after e fused to prosecute because of ers.
,, with 'PatiXenalsogset or Tines Tinesdin
din Tinesdin the outcome cial enterprises in the Canal M far as is known, these items c
ment is to overthrow the Batisto'reg e
; The possibility of a student Zone to, cable, navigation, pe- are still being. s,oid, ,Crana,1
fo malo relative', failed to most barrassment. Both victims- .,ere 1:41,13,!alr troleunt or, Itiel compardeiL Zone.'
' strike to start off the new her 'On tho arrive! of the' lata reported'y Westinclian gels. Avery," art rill At the time of the protest, tkie

school, vertu may: 'yam -" tram GristobaL" t ,- it s temhaaaa Raid that tha mat-lir ima a III

td today with' the announce.. 1
Reports to oftictals .stated that! With' ti off frt. '114W to
raft.' lrepresentea Aurae or too Airco It.--
. M "."'"- law. ssItmAvi tho roJ.11 k.114 was "under considerition.

d Spotting th girl walking alone,' The tommutation power -In the, 14gs mit' wo Otner 115,3e3 aau-
, Th ease
e association Is sP , he got off the truck walked back Canal Zona' la vested. in' the Go
" di I eld 900.was 31.1pruing. were held. rate& bi.MOn dance
v
part crow nt the SerlOOL no tetvoihily APS ft et Ldsso 411. km fr- i i Otteat
thil at-th'iContest Itostow 1

13V CI. imAy eau. auk .Jav4.y sax abbau ami Askupo mav 1 vl Ti1.1$3 film mit litiVICIP 0141
' 4. a rt .1t1 onnvent because, Idle 1111.2haa whAtge thv prima 1111111 OtIM,, I nvvtlesst Uk.avvi- A ec s on on, I 1. q

' 1,141AirWer AP tit buil 1 new one. aeon's v .nrk2 74-mo nnHea fArttin, .; -- returmr om Washington r- 1 ly flate lincse 41eu ""'41 night warmly. congratulate's van!
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, Seyeral skirmishes in' Oriente' 'Jude Manuel trrruti., who is''.
,....., ..... .....
.int, ..inf tit -,. 4 --- ', -,,- '. .., t -..,-. l'i; ., ,.-, ft f :1 '' Z-.1,',':', JAvou, .1-vaigauua 4VO 0,LadATAI.Apar
- buildings will be one of the itenIS r.' Greaves lind'-his --victilli--i-we-re. ne m a Ar,soreign..neiv. ; ..- Kexas, tor nu; acnievement to
occurred. in the yicinity of Ouan- now living ss A reJugee in New
,, discussed st the meeting, Pelled"' strangers to each other. ''., 1' ttOnS takes pleasure in announcing ,3 i,,,,.. ,,,,,,b, .,,....,::,. ploy,s.,...:, ,,-... .,.:. ,, .. ,,, us y an, con es - tinamo south coast town' where York, has been chosen b r ,
winning -the International Tscbai.
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da 'Panama Box April 12) thinks I'm' In ignorant
, 3a4ks ass as regards the US-Panama treaty and its restrictions
onsales to persons by the commissaries and post exchanges. Let's
tage a closer look and see who of. us, is the ignorant Jacksass
Panama Joe so glibly refers to.
anama, Joe says I should know the United Stales has recog recognized
nized recognized Article of of the treaty. He is correct: I do know that. But
does Panama Joe know that Article I of the Treaty of 1903, as
suberseded by Article I of the Treaty of 1936, does not in any
manner .touch on the question here involved, namely, sales by
thA commissaries and pOst exchanges on the Canal Zone. Neither
does any one of the ancillary notes to which he refers even refer
totthe subject of sales, let alone restrict them. Panaala Joe is
as:ignorant in this regard, as is Foreign Minister Boyd.
P riama Zoe pedantically tries to prove his case by reference
to:time-exchange of notes between the United States and PanaMa
which -define the meaning of certain provisions of the treatl
I 4M glad he did this, because should like him to take another
, look (if he looked the first time) at the note in explanation of
, paragraph (1) of Article III of the 1936 Treaty, which says In
pertinent part: :
, United States Note. Interpretation of phrase, "Officers,
employes, workmen, or laborers in the service or employ of
, 'the United States of Amedca": With reference to section 1-
, of Article III of the treaty signed today, wherein are specified,
the classes of persons to whom goods imported into the Canal;
Zone, or purchased, produced or manufactured therein, mayrr
, be sold by the Government of the United States of America,'
I' have the honor to confirm the understanding reached in
the course of the recent negotiations, namely, that for the
, purpose& of,said section 1 of Article III, the term Officer
employes, workmen, or laborers in the service or employ,of
the United States of America"; as it appears in section 2
(a of said Article is interpreted as referring exclusivelY
to such persons whose services are related to the Pallanla
Canal, the Parlataa Railroad Companyr or their awdliary
works, and to duly accredited representatives of any branch
of the Government Of the United States of America exercising
official duties within' the Republic of Pallanla, including
- diplomatic and consular officers, and metnbers of their staffs. ,,,,
' T Panama, Note. Sales to, servants: With,, reference toe
Rection 1 of Article III of the treaty signed today whereby
nervants of persons included in classes. (a) -to (el,
, of Section 2 are excluded from purchasing. 'goods imported,
Into the ,Canal 'Zone or purchased, produced or manufac manufactured
tured manufactured therein by the GoVernment of the United States of
America, we have the honOr to express the understanding of
the GOVarnMallt of the 1 Republic of Panama that such
'exclusion' does- not prevent Abe Persons specified in the
, 'aforesaid Section of Article III from purchasing provisions,
'medicines, and clothing for use or consumption by their
lervants who are living with them, such servants being ,,,
regarded as forming part of the families of such persons, in a
broad acceptance of that wood.
I agree 'with Panaraa Joe that the sale of luxury items has
0)00n the subject of controversy between our two, contries tor
, several years, though, the question is as simple as the, ABC's it
thOse concerned, including Panama Zoe and Minister Boyd, would
take a few 'minutes from their hate of the United States-to study
the provisiona of the treaties, including, the- accessory' notes.to
, tilt treaty of 1936, which is the current regulation, dealing wt.th
th sublect.
Viihne Wrifht

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' 4' 1 ' PILOT'S PROGRESS
; 11 answer t "The First LOCal Rate Pilot', let me say that if
be. has such. aspirations that not only will I help him, but he will
, iir tilld Me behind him pushing '1,'''',,, tet 1 ,'
,.. 0,4 My first step in lending tint a -..pelping band will be to
brainwash, then enlighten bim..11e -is evidently wanderingt
arbund in the darkness and unable to see the bright light that
' ta 4)1111111W outside.the shroud of darkness. If this reaches him,
or: others like him, and if he, has the 'power of being able to
evaluate what is being disseminated only tben will he be on 4the
rOltd to the goal to which he aspires. ,,' ; ,1, '' 0",-
1 IA The next step it to, lead him to salt water.,'Ilaving stound
thk 'water he must now venture forth for it Is only there that he
Nal "find the way.of ships in the midst of the:Seas". There are
tot ways that he may obtain ,this knowledge. Ili tart attend a
Maritime MadeMy for three or four yeark-or,,,,,:ilke WI .1114
, btptselt a berth at an Ordinary Seaman. ,,,,,, 4 ,y,,',,fst .'i,,,,,, -,:-, ,,,,,,
- ,lo row when he "ships our he mutt sperid three full years' at,
Olt. Time spent bottle with the family doesn't count towards the
, three years required. After he has put in this time he may take
diti
s, examination and become an Ablebodied Seaman. When
' 5 ng this three years he must An addition to standing his
, wa ehes and sivinging on a bosun's chair with a tar pot or paint
471s:11 find time to do the following: r 't --,
. v ha International' Rules of The

Itash ima Tame To uu ,,Liv L.,..--.....,.
.0 He must thoroughly study. the InternatiOnar Rules of The Prominent Democrats, toe,
Mad, Sailing Rules and many ot the hundreds of Special ando will be hiS on the economic front.
.1,4cal Rules. He will be called upon to write or quote many of Some of the unions aro bitter
these Rules word for word., After mastering those he will have over till, fast, that Democrats
tt4 study the hundreds of U.S. Coast Guard Rules pertaining to thy' put in'OffiCe haven't boon'
the safety of life and property at sea and believe me these re- of much help to them during this
011ations fill volumes., But a good grounding in them all is an period of heavy unemployment.
absolute must. When he finds the time he-will' have tcrattend , -J., ,,,,,
si : god course covering first aid and have, a certificate that Typical Is the old CIO's 'split
qualifies him before he can proceed any further. '' with New 'Jersey's Governor Ito.
sio It is hoped that he has used all his time in useful Pureinla bert Mayner, who, insiders be.
acause among other things halnust be able to send and receiVe lieve, is being groomed .by 0 pow.
messages by both morse tight and semaphore flags. '- erful Democratic bloc for the
:: When he has all this dovm pat he may now brush up on his presidential nomination In 1.18.
Meyner stands a chance for the
geometry and trigonometry. He. doesn't have to know his
mensuration because he till be examined along those lines when top spot only if he continues to
hp takes his Second Mote's examination. ,, prove that he is a strong vote.
,,, He must hive a good knowledge of astronomy because he getter in his owli state. To do thiA
11411 Ile called uptm in his examination to define the projection Ihe is backing s fellow named Har.
of the sphere as relates to hour circles, right ascension,' vertical rison A., WiniaMS, Jr. for, the
Senate nominationlhis year in
circles, azhnuths, prime verticals, ecliptic, equinoctial declination,
, the coming, primaries. Sucking
His first examination requires that he have a good working Williams is Johntly, Grogan, Ma.
knowledge of the tides ,and be able to figure out high water Yor of,Hoboicen and still president
when given the lunar tidal Interval. - ' '4 of the AFL.CIO's Marine Land
A ..,,.. ..... .......o. 1,,,,,,.., i,a tenluvrt And Shipbuilding Workers Union. 1

'0 the sphere as relates to hour circles, right ascension,' vertical
circles, azhnuths, prime verticals, ecliptic, equinoctial, declination,
His first examination require' that he have a good working
, knowledge of- the tides and be able ,,to figure out high water
-when given the lunar tidal interval. ' 4
Next- comes meteorology he must know that isobars and
- iSotherms 'are not as.' ,-supposed something that is ea,ter;
between .raelds, ' ' , .:-
- !! Now he is about' ready to reach up and pull down the large
tomes, and, study the' art of navigation. When he has soaked
, all his sines, cosines, haversines both 'natural and otherwise
he is now ready to be examined mot for his Master's LiCellie,
only for his Third Matets LiCeriSt. ; .,.
If he passes this pcamination -he may. now .start his long
climb to the top which culminates eventually to commanding his
must point out, however,' that of the thousands in- the
profession only a few make it
! 7 Before he is exarained for his Master's tiCense he has' been
rainfully employed for a number of years and he has passed his
Lecond and Chief Mate's examination:Ale-should, now' have
about 12 years at sea and ready to sit down'and write 'eight hours
a day for four or five days questions and' problems that will be
asked of him before the U.S. Coast Citiard will license htm to a
command where many lives and millions'ofidollars are entrusted

4.. lie .be required to have a thorough knowledge of
ithip's business,.: ship, construction,. magnetism,-, etc.-He must ,,
l'now his floatism, Jettison, bottomry, cialms;, lost 'and not lost,
,,aptatn's laydays, etc., etc,
,Ori. most ships he will be required ;to ,make out his. own
Tana& no easy' task in' these days of complicated taxes and
:;age scales.,,' ,,, - ,. ,
As Master his knowledge of meteorology must be to the nth
eegree for no it is' his responsibility .to -keep his vessel clear
typhoonsihurricanes,.ice and all other dangers.
As of now'it would be foolhardy to fill vacancies with local ',,
raters or for, that matter anyone who falls short of the
cualificatione. ,It mst be understood that you' always aren't
aid for what you do, but paid for what you IMO. This know knowow
ow knowow doesn't neccessarily pay off evert -day:- but', pays off
-,housand-fold in the tight spots.' ,", -, 4
'1 When First Local Rate Pilot has all these'qualification he
.1.ay seek me out and I'll mee What I can; do about, making hint
.
" ; lohn P.TamPbelt,
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VICTOR RIM

Not even in his prime as box boxer
er boxer did Dwight D. Eisenhower
face the kind of free swinging
heavyweights who plan to chal challenge,
lenge, challenge, him in the final days
Aprd.These men, about 150 of
them, will gather in Washington
on April 28. They are the top lead leaders
ers leaders of American labor
At 10 a.m. that morning, the
doors of the South Ballroom at
the Hotel Willard !will close tight tightly
ly tightly behind them as they gather for
the third such session ever held.
In that hall will be the national
union presidents sind Trades De Departments
partments Departments heads who make sip th
little-known AFL-C-10 : ,General
,Board. '
, The first time they met, in 1956,
they endorsed Adlai Stevenson for
president. 'They gathered -again
last December at their annuaLton annuaLtonvention
vention annuaLtonvention and agreed to back George
Meany as their OVill president.
Intheir third session they Win
declare war,- on President Eisen.
hower;-If they's.. still in their pre present
sent present mood, they'll haul off
many a Democrat, too.
,
moveen the Whits
, House from hve frents'.'They'll
attack the President for propos propos,
, propos, Ina laws which would set up a
special "watchdog" Commission
er of Labor Reports wh. would
have power to examim all
'nien books.' They will blast his
entire legislature recommonda4
Non on union elections and In InJernal
Jernal InJernal activity as a move te
eventually license unions..They
will say they need a new law
only te assure "full" disclosure"
of the funds and administrative,
expenses of all welfare and pen-,
Men peels In the land.
While they are ta'king en the
Admuustration, the labor 1e,aders
will also attack the President and
his advisors with politically dyna
mite-laden charges that the White
House has guessed wrong on tht
moves 'to aid the jobless.
This win really be a bout bP
tween the President's advisors
ard the young labor economist
most of whom come out of the
old- CIO. The White House:peopl.
sincerely' beheveand have so
told Mr. Eisenhowerthat
early summer the unemployed fi
gures will start to taper elf.
,But the labor economists- are
predicting to their chiefs that-t
total ,will reach 6,000,000 on July
1when the high school and co'
lege students Pour, into the open
labor market looldng for jobs. If
they are right, the Administration
will be embarrassed, even if th
figure is reduced ,Again when
schools re-open in September.

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GOLDEN GATE AND' NALL
OF FAME '
San Franclsce.:11 ick the Process
of inheriting, transplanting knd
transmitting a great American tra traditionall
ditionall traditionall at the, very same time
in the form of The Giants... Any
one of these tasks would be
heavy burden; but if ever, there
was an American city which could
accomplish all three, it is the one
which guards the ,Golden ,Gate;

early summer the unemployed fi 2
gums will start to taper ca. SAN Franciao has seen ,;moie
or flags at the masthead than almost
, But the labor economists are any American eity;,,,,and It will as aspredicting
predicting aspredicting to their chiefs thati tonish this newsman considerably
total ,will reach 6,000,000 on July if ,the World's Championship, pen.
Iwhen the high school and co' nant.isn'E floating over the Bay
lege students Pour, into the open very, shortlyr This Is merely by
labor market looldng for jobs- If way of reciting what the glimpse
they are right, the Administration of the, tily-.--and its record of lic licwill
will licwill be embarrassed, even if th complishment-,prove: San Irran Irranfigure
figure Irranfigure is reduced ,Again when cisco gets things done., hope
schools re-open in September, it 11150 indicates that In the tradi tradi,
, tradi, the lotttli4Bel101ont ,is too bi-N tion 41f.litotnational., game, New
to be filled ',with smoke, the AO Yorkers, are good lo,sera. Because,
in even the far comers will 'be- make no mistake' bout it, 'the
come acrid enough as the nation's loss of the ,Giants, is a blow to
most powerful labor chiefs, singe New Yorkers.
the Democrats. They'll say blunt ,
ly that they're tired of being over' The 11Sle Grounds are as much
some figures and colie up with a part of the City'', heart as
the fact that there have' beer Broadway and the Statue of LIlel:tot-probes
fortiore than ,five berty... Millions of New Yorkers
years. had their favorite seats (mine
The latest of these investigations was on the 3rd ban lim) whore,
the McClellan Committee, will be they both- relaxed and tensed
attackedand moreif some of in the warm Spring sun... It was
the power blocs have their WAY; almost like the 'legend of Shop ShopThey
They ShopThey will urge the AFL-CIO high heardso in Cairo. If ono remain remaincommand,
command, remaincommand, the Executive Council, lid long enough, every Important
which meets the next day, to tell person In the world was sure !to
the, Senate committee to shout up pass bit. More 'than 'a nations)
shop.., ' sport, it seemed te WIG te.

allOpt, , , !,,,, ,, T. '. ; ' sport,- it seemed to' Will tiv be,
- 4 ' A : .' the national sailety-valve -.- .-,
Prominent Democrats, toe, , ..-, ...., -- ,r -, 4.,
will be hit on the economic front.
Some of the unions ars bitter After all, rabidly rooting for the
home team is one of the few fields
over the feet, that Democrats,
they put in,offico haven't bean left in, this world where' one .cat
be maniacally partisan and stil
of much help to them during this be harmless... The series between
period of heavy unemployment. the Giants and the' Dodgers, 'for

The other night the New Jer.
serState CIO Political Action Com
mittee swung to Grogan. The' CIO
there has long been dose to May.
ner, but the split came then the
Governor refused to back a move
tol Increase the length of unem-
ployment Insurance payments
from 28 to 39 weeks Gov. Mayner I
wouldn't go' any further :than' 30
weks. If Grogan' wins, he'll hurt
Mayner'd chances oft' the '80 no nomination.
mination. nomination. '-,' :
But 'the labor people Are not in
a mood to punish their friends
too, it need be.-The countereffens

ive is on.

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, left in this 'world where one cat Horne and Jayne Mansfield:a
be maniacally partisan and stil 1 written with, wit hi Danny 'She.
be harmless... The series between piro) that the Macitaes should ne nethe
the nethe Giants and the' Dodgers, for ver allow their yersatalent to SO SOinstance,
instance, SOinstance, were not baseball.'They pear in anythhig' butihe 'swank'
were a duel between New York's es hot,' rooms. ",
leading boroughs, Manhattan -tine Jay Lawrence,' a personable co.
Brooklyn, fought with' horsehide Mk, sets the pace, along with the
and willows...Neutrallty was tforgeous girls of the IMO.... The
word of scorn, If the Dodgers won, Vegas shows star scads of Halos'
Brooldyn practically' broke into -namely, Tony Bennett, LOUIS Pri
lags and bunting., If the Giants ma, the Frankiestaine and Si.
triumphed, the more restrained natra. ThIS ,insptred', funnymar
gloat was as thick as icing,on,a
Christmas cake, , 1

, Ali came fo onlov the spectacle.
Froni Al Smith's brown derby to
Herbert Hoover's hiah cella r,
from Jimmy Vyalker's snaplrim
to MaeArthur's garrisen gap,' the
appeal of the Giants was univer
,And whv not? They ,were
the class of the field. They were
ballplayers" ball,playerr, 'to Play
,on tbe Glints meant not 01111' that
the layer bad 'the 'adulation-. of
millions. It meant, much more.
that be had the respect ()OMAN.
fessionals of the genic., Because
membership hi the Manta meant
to baseball what the Kentucky Der-.
by means to radng.;
,
For example: -If volt tilers tilers'Nero
'Nero tilers'Nero Arastost thorcuiehbrod,
it was Man 0' Warbut Chr1011
Mathewson's triple shoutout.. in
tho World Series Is an mod
mireele...Ssabiseuit was a house
with an iron sort Pi vi Fran.
els'eans wall romsvari hut
john McGraw, THE Mansea- of
,the New York Giants,' c m
down to On wlea 91400101011
, Set With oust oallontrys po,
loss stramoh... Cerl 411. se
nut, was lilts Citation. HO",' hod
s,e,noth,', speed and class;),
Mot Ott. irravis 3ackion. Johnnv
Mizoeould singleht.ndedly, break
121, -a ball PM. at, env time--
and manv a time htve,,seen them
to it.4, Giant fans will ,aritue until
the Judson freezes over, that the
ereatoott infieM of all,tiMe MSS
the Giants' Lindstrom at' third.
Hornsby at second, 'Jackson at
short and Terry st first-, This 1E
like saying that Count Fleet, Na Native,,,
tive,,, Native,,, Dancer, Swaps end Jiashua
are terrific thoroughbreds.. Can
you develop anything better?
,This is the'challenge San Iran

else 'accepts and will, undoubted.
ly, successfully answer. It takes
nothing' from San Francisco's ac acquisition
quisition acquisition 'to say that it takes much
from New Yorkers. The held boxes
at the Polo Grounds were as firm.
ly fixed New York folklore as
'Bernard ,Baruchts bench in Cen Central
tral Central Park4,,- To the, great .city of
the Hills and Bridges, this -New
Yorker yields his seat the
'third base, linewith hearlfelt
good wish7s- and, part ,of his
heart--

good wislas- and part ,ot his .lovelvq,yndt Jones- (The Run Run,
, Run, yon FAA Cover. Girly on Jack
, igen s NBC radio lookup (from
Night Preis Rate Collect Edi- N.Y-,to Texas) wag asked:"'What
tor, N.Y.'. Mirror: Las Vegas: To la Youi ambition?,Yiu w a n t'
the sportsmen' and ,other philan- be .11 movie Star,' arreetresa or
thropie night people along-the Ve- whatVt.--::: "'Well, Lynda ',replied
gas strip who alwayi bet on '..WW like thebilo JEK.she is, career
against Bob Hope in the Annual is second.31r. Eiger'. First I hone
Wilbur Clark Desert Inn -Tourna. to marry and raise a family".The
ment of, Golf Champions starting Silver Slipper Istarring Hank Hen HenApril.,23rd:
April.,23rd: HenApril.,23rd: Don't bet on me. this117 and his always hilarious ho-hotime
because Mr.' Sinatra hasn'tibiuol btao.rh,airboafidewailty),,isTwitoillisttooaidsoinui
shown up yet to even practice one

e

Jack ,E; LeoniA to say:'"Mr, Mac
Rae, do- youl know ipou ,are the
only Atnerican ,singer intown?;..
At -4he ,Tropicana,--Edie Adams'
mimicry of the,.liollywood Glamor
Girls is the most devastatingly fun funny'
ny' funny' of all we'llave ever seen. Sing7
er-danter''Elaine Dunnderful,!,The-
show talc and 'chorines
take your breath .away: with their
beauty -t'

thatrate Broadwa)ttKoduc.
cu u
:,.:ni;t:nn-riar.ne-riiira-ttilig: ere attentiori are The ,Pudrest tan

amp; tnat t rate Broanwag, t Koduc
tt ti n Th P 0 st (
putt In the curtain-raiser, putting
eers a en o are e, u ge an
contest featuring BC and BH vs
ye- o 1g nove y ac an a
'II Idi It t) d
FS and WW... The Sands Hotel
where he stars 'is doing the No. new-singer-to-these s'hell pink pinkears
ears pinkears tismed Peggv,Dietrick. Miss
1 biz. ,They will not accept ad. Dietrick has W.1 Fhvilis PauL re.
vance reservations. You' have to cent Tropicana production thrugh.
go there and take your chances... debuts as a siAgle at ,the, Vegas
What a slap in the face Sinaira's Sans Souct' next month. Fan Jim.
terrific 'business in Miami Beach my Durante oredicts it won't take
Ion,' for Phyllis to be a ,star.
and Vegas -must be to the Tv rat rating.takers
ing.takers rating.takers 'who reported btu rat. 'Me wilt, pis the Tropicana,,fot
tWo weeks 1May 27),'because we
irDesonwen rAerlodoewnii (Dite,leiBeahldowerdaatshtlh)e
the est I 15P1 for ,the Runyon
desperately, reed the money to
Desert Inn is another one of his mil,
Cancer Fund.. Not a 'oenny of ,-it
aces. The girls are lovely, the cos.
turning exquisite and Gordon,Mac- will go into our 'pocket. We have
Rae,, who stars with ,his attract- to do this sO we tan continoe say.
ive wife (Sheilah, Stepheps), has ing: ','Never a 'penny deducted
the best act in his excithig career. from' filo prwrt's dollar?" The
Their,act it so Btg Time and ir loss of'the Revlon Inonsorship In
such good taste 'and so crowded mid-tsesson'ent in ha"' the monies
with entertainment (her, mimicry we needed.. Here is rt other First
of IC, Hepburn, Zsa ,Zsa,. Lent in show buS'iness you never heard
Horne and Jayne ,,(Mansfield-:-' before! ,WW to' Mote Proser, the
written with, wit bi Danny ,Sha- Tropicans's Vegfeld:' "If ,I flop
piro) that the ,MacRaes should net you tIon't pay me anythinzi. rli,..
ver allow their versatalent to so- enough?". -.Lauren Bacall bas
pear in anythhig' butihe 'swank' too much class to be bitter about
es', hotel rooms. - Trak- We could hav, '', reported
,. Jay Lawrence,' a personable 'co- it long ago: but we didn't ..... II-,
Mk, sets pie pace, atom( with the when we asked Baby Blue ryes
fforgeous girls of the line. The like a jerk with my editors. ,Are 1
Vegas shows star scads of Halos vou going to marry again or not?'
namely, Tony Bennett, LOUIS Prt He' replied:f "If I get rottrried 'a 'ama,
ma, 'ama, the FrankiesLaine and Si- '''''',. I'd have to- gohome ,,,ear,
natra. This Inantred funnymar,lyr ,, . ,:, ,

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, WASHINGTON. Congressman
Manny Celler of Brooldyn nas been
conducting a probe tit the "uneoucliole-'
of the utility wui. I
which affects every taxpayer and
telephone user in the nation.
The "untouchable" is the Ame American
rican American Telephone and Telegraph
Compnay which, with assets o.
near.), sixteen billions, is ten times
bigger than the next biggest uti uti10
10 uti10 -Pacific Gas and Electric.
- American Tel and Tel not only
dominates the supplying of phone
service to the nation, but also has
been charged with conducting a
patient monopoly through its van-,
wholly-owned subsidiary, Western
Eelectric. ' '
It has also received more gokr gokremment
emment gokremment 'contracts than any other
company' except General Motors
and Boeing Aircraft.
Cm contract alone for construc construction
tion construction of the SAGE warning symin
against approaching enemy air aircraft
craft aircraft la -the Arctic is costing the
tarpaers- $2,400,000,000. And
cause missiles are replacing bom bombers,
bers, bombers, SAGE -may be out o4 date
before it is completed. ,
Most interesting aspect of- the
Celler Investigation is the planner,
in which ,top government- oilicials
became the virtual attorneys tor
the telephoni, compad ADCI how
the' phonecompany placed its mes
xey, jobs inside governmenL
toal of 85 AZ. and T. official
have !served inside the : Delense
Department alone during the Et Etsenhower
senhower Etsenhower administration.-- Some
have, been, in and out of govern government
ment government like ,shuttlecocks but aS 'of
today 14 Al. and T. tgikiall are
still in the ,Delense Department,
ranging from Deputy Secretary ol
Defense Donald Quarles down;',,,,,

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CONCESSIONV tO JCL: AND T
'', This does not include be A1
ana T. axial& scattered througa,
other branches of the administra,
',While' these ofticiali hive been
working inside government,. here
are some of the transactions that
nave .taken dais involving their
compnay:, t 4.
1. The Defense Department las
teen selling.off its telephone sys systems
tems systems at military posts to A.,,,T.and
Ti. t ,", ,
2.. 40e, Interior Department has
sold various national park. phones
to A.T.1,and T. affiliates. ,,
Actually the backstage naneur.,
ers, to ,droto ,the big antitrust, case
against A.T. and T. 'end its giant
subsidiary, Western Eelectrie, be.
e Truthae adminis,
trazion'.. 44' ,y,, ,
, TrinrilinOustice Department
had ,brotight the antitrust case in
19,19.llut.in the srohg ,of 1ZZ the
last, 4,ear of -Truman; the, hOme
compeny began to, get worried, a about
bout about going, to trial.,- They ,began
to realize 'that' Graham Morison,
the tough' little head,of the Justice
feally meant businiss,1.
, So, A.T,' and
Preached Charles'-.A.s Coolidge,' a
Republcan serving lib the Defense
Department under ,Trunian; to t,ry.
to get the trial postponed.1 '
Coolidge preppared 'letter
which was signed by Secretary of

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Defense Robert Lovett, aniber
Republican serving under Truman
anti Lovett sent tne letter to the
Justice Department asking it to
go easy on AT. and T. because
nve ofticials of the Bell Telphone
Laboratories, including the pres present
ent present Deputy Secretary of De le, s
I onald Quarles,. were working at
e Sandia' atomic energy: !abort.
tory in New Mexico.
, Assistant Attorney General Mo.'
rison replied: '.!Thatts the same
baloney every big businss firm
brings in when they get in a tight
place. 'The A.T.4s T. antitrust ;
case won't distru'. Labora.
tories -in the she'
He f reps' 1 to postpone
or compromise the case.
THE ,ATMDSPHEKE: CHANGES
- A. few months later, Morison and
the Truman administration went
out and Attorner,General, Brow.
nen came in.
Immediately 'the, same thing
happened. This time 'Dr. Mervin
J. Kelly, president of .rFit Labora.
tories, who was" war!: inside
the l'entagon, appealed ta Secre.
tary of Defense Charlie Wilson and
Deputy Secretary Roger-Kyes to
drop the antitrust case. r
Bell Laboratories is the same.
' Subsidiary el A.T. and T. which
Col. John 'Nickerson ", charged
with working ter thy Air Force
;, end against the Army en guided ,'
, Missiles. Nickerson claimed that
tsheincemEreFile'rwers
mThaerkingmiPssairlte'rt
didn't want the Army to produce
the Jupiter. The Jupiter at that
time was ahead of the Thor In
, testing, and is the' missile which
finally launched the two Napier.
' Wilson '',, immediately' wrote, a
strong letter ta Brownell deserib
ing the antitrust, suit as a, "poten.'.
Dal hazard to ,national' security"
and asked -'him to' .see how ,,this
'"ean remove-d or alleviated."
' lip until this time the 'strategy
of, the' giant, phone t combine was
either to delay going to, trial or
get a compromise. Infact, .up tm.
til Jan, 19, 1953,, the datthe Tru.
man administration, went out,- of
of ice,T. Brooke Price,. vice pre.
sident and general, counsel, ,wall
only 'asking for -de't3'
Bid -.after,' Charlie.- Wilson had
, written his strotigietter Jo Brow.-
nett:, Price and the ph-One MogUIS
'wouldn't eVen listen to delay. They
wanted, Outright ;,dismissal of., the
On. junn 274' 1953.',Ihe mOntlis
after Kisenhower,,tame-into office
Price wat so sure of outright
Missal ,that ha. had Attorney Ge.
BroWfiell 'alinose 'pleading '-
with him to agree to a consent de.
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EPIDEMIC IN CALCUTTA
CALCIITTA,; India MP) A
cholera sepidemic4 hittipgiresi. I
dents., oI Calcutta at'.the rate of
one person' every .10 ,minutes, the
health department disclosid,yes.,
terday. ', .,
,. The department said 130 Per.
sons were hospitalited.",No death
figures have been announced.

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1 activity as a move to ,' " ,, ,.,
still In the ,Defense Department, time we :
' .,,,J., .- : ,, .,.:..!.; ''' -' ,, ranging from Deputy Secretary ol testing, and le the. missit 1.
',, to such persons whose services are related to the Palle:Ma,'
' Canal, the PlinftMa ItallrOad Companyr or their auMliarY '. ;ventuilly-..license unions. .y.hey .,, ,,', :.' ., ..,, ' ; , , .', ' ':' ,. ,, P ter at that
will. say trisy nese a new law - ' -' ,,, ,.., ,,, ..,, .. .',. '
works, and to duly accredited representatives of any branch
', of the Governmentof the United States of America exer di only to assure "full" disclosure" '-', '! g ',, ..- .-: '
cising --
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Defense' Donald Quarles down e wh eh
' facial duties' within' the Republic' of Pallarnit, inclu ng
ft- ef the funds and administrative,
4 , finall 1 hod
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the twe Expler '
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th ,' reference to,, ,'
b ',41en peels In the land.' . ..:s; 'ff. ., ,, Wilson im ediat Iv' wrote 2
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. Article III of -the treaty signed today where 3,-, r, ,,, ,,,, ,, , ,., ., ,
' ReCtiOn 1 of 1' inclusive ' - ., -i ''' ' '. ,, ,. , ana '1'. -muciala scatter d r ng e er ta Brownell describ- ' .,
e vents Of persons included in classes,(1),to (e .1
rted3- While they are taking on the ,,, ,, . ' 1 ,, , ' - ' 1- ,- --f. :, ; 7 ., e tnrougn, big the antitrust, suit as a '" t
poen-.
, :ifrSection- 2 are excluded from purchaahtt :goods mpof ;
; Administration,- the labor leaders ';' S .3 4' ,''' ; ,,1 ,''. ," ,.., .2,,,-,-7,' 4? -..-, ,;' ..;., ,s ,., 7 ;,' ., ...... en raoc es of the adminisAra. fiat hazard to ,national
security".
' th Canal 'Zone or purchased, produced or manu ac-
- will also attack the President and GOLDEN GATE AND NALL ', c' t d 'ill d 'b d E - '' : Oen.. t''',- ', ., '' '' '- .." and asked -'11 to-
Illte e vernment of the United State; of -, , isco accep s an w un ou te Jack Leonar to say:'"Mr, Mae ',While. these ofticiali hive been im see how this
tured therein by the Go his advisors ith liticall dyne OF FAME ', .' '' '' - 1 'I'ean b 'remo it 1: is'
h Or to express the' understanding ,of w po y .. , y, successfully answer. It ., takes Rae, do ,' you know 'Poo ,are the working inside government, here u e ve or alleviatvd.
America,- we have the on mite-laden charges that Ahe White Sao Franciscan kt the 'Process nothing, P tual this time the 'strategy
Re ublic of Panama that loch -;1 from' San' Francisco's ac. only Atnericao singer in- town?"... are some of the transactions that
,the GOVerlIMOIlt of the 1 p House has guessed wrong on tht of inheriting,. transplanting ,, end quisitionlo say that it takes Much At -Abe ,TroPicank-Edie Adams' nave' ,taken plies involving of the,' giant, phone combine was
t the Persons specified in the ,.
'exclusion' does- not, preven in rom
purchasing proVisions, Moves' to aid the Jobless. transmitting a great American tra. from New yorkers. yhe field boxes mimicry Id the"Hollywood Glamor compnay:, ,-; t.1 - , , u,k,elf Otter to delay going to, trial or
! :aforesaid Section I of Article f
f use or COnS Ption by their,. ', 'This will really be a bout bP dition-all at the ,-very same time at the Polo Grounds were as intl. Girls is the most devastatingly fun- 1. The Defense Department las' s ,ala compromise. Infact, .up lio.-:,
'medicines, and clothing r
1 eith them, such' servants being tween the President's '',' advisors -in the form of The Giants.... 'Any ly fixed in New York folklore as nY of ail We,have ever seen. Sing7 been selling...off its telephone sys- 11 an!; 19,' 1953t" the daY'the Tru.
. :dervants who are liv ng w
f th families of such persons, in a and the young labor economist one of these tasks would be f Bernard :Baruchts ben& In- Cen- er-danter 'Elaine D000ls Dunnder- tems at military posts in L,T.and 01141.12 luministration, went out,- of ',
' regarded as forming part-o ode s ,, ,,,,, ,, ,-, most of whom come out of the heavy burden; but it, ever there tral Park.',,,, To the', great .city of ful.1, The" show ,gals. and chorines '4' atillatet:o ,,-.- '' '.
,..,., sidleet,T. Brooke Price,;vice pre- :
. broad acceptance of that wo
that thg sale of luXurY items has old-CIO. The White House peopi, was an American' city which could the Hills and Bridges, this. -New take Your breath 'away,: With their 2., 40e- Interior Department his onlee and general, counsel, lwas -.
. ',,, I agree 'with PanaMS JOe
S betWeerit our two, contrles :tor sincerely, beheve-and have -.. so accomplish all three, it is the tine yorker yields.. ma seat ,od, tbe beauty.; : .,,...., ...., ... i ,- .,' .sold variout national park phones y taskpig ,for de'ay.
-,,,-,f betn the 'subject of controver
Jon is as simple Ls the, ABC'S it told Mr i Eisenhower-that I l" which guards the Poide,a,..Giate;, .. 'third' base,. line-with -'' bear1felt l': , ';' '--4,--, ; ,-; to A.y.iand. y. affiliates. '. ,.., ,, Bu
Writtenalitierther"e.- Wilson 'had
,- i i several Years, though, the, ri
Uensama Joe end Minister Boyd,:would early summer the unemployed fi ' t- -,--- 2", Seed wish78'. -,. and, Part ,,of his ;Lively 14inde Jonei- (The Run- Actoally the : backstage naneur., nell;, Pric e an doogietter ,to Brow-, :
:, !.: thOse concerned, including Pa
h te of the United States-to study gores will startto taper off., SAN Francisco has Seen ,,inore heart--,',' 2. ::. ,, ,-,, r, .' l ,..-, ,' ,. 13'on r lid,' Cover i Girl)" on -Jack ers, to -droP ;the big antitrust, case 'wouldn't :9 nfi 0 npliene moguls
- take a few 'minutes from their a
1 di the" accessory' notes to ,-,., -,,,,, , , ., flags' at the masthead than almost ..., : ....----.. .... ,:. Eigen't NBC radio hookup (from ageinst..A.T., and T. 'end its giant wanto es steh to delay. They :,
the provision3 of the treaties, inc u ng,re
t gulation dealing with. :But the labor eConOMIStS- are anY American citY;',and will as- i NighfPreal Bate Collect AO -Edi. N.Y., to ',Texas) was. asked:" 'What subsidiery,iieSternEelectric, be.; case ..entright,.dismissal. of, the
'' thp treaty of 1936, which is the curren ,, ,I '', predicting to their chiefs that-1 tonish this newsman considerably tor, Ns. Mirror:, Lao Aregas: To ie 'youi ambition?,Yeu w a n t' t, gin' 'dnringrthe ,Truthan adminis. -, on" J'''; 17, i'o'itt t",':fLc:- .' ., I .'
' th a subject. ' ,,, w i ht
Whuz r t total will reach 6,000,000 On July if ,the World's Championship, pen-, the sportsmen' and.',other philan-' be .11' nuivie tar,' arractress ;', or tration, 4, ',.- -,,, ", - ), etc' 41-- '.4."'"Ile PA In6ntill
1--when the high school .and etr nant.isn'E floating over the Say thropie sight people elooirthe ye. whatv!..,.:' ,,weil, Lynda',,, replied Tr'unilin'i'l;lostice -4 Beliartitient P z isenhower4ameinto office ;
Ince
, .:: -', -4 "------."'--- ' lege students pour, into the open very, shortly.. ,This is merely by gas strip who alwaye bet on- tWly like Abe,- bilv 'lid, ,she le,4's career had -brotight.the antitrust case in fig was. so sure of ,outright dis.,
' "....:,,, 's ' PILOT'S PROGRESS.
. labor market looldng for Jobs.. If way of reciting what the glimpse against Bob Hope in the Annual is secOnd,31r. Eigen., First 1 hooe 4949.But,in the sprihg:of log; tba -11 i
ssa Ahat, ha-had' kttorney -Ge.
, eral 1, trostifiell "' -alai 44
"", elk ',0, ,, , : ..,-,i,, ,; they are right, the AdMiniStratiOn of the tfty--4nd 'its record of sic. Wilbur Clark. Desert Inalourna- to marry' and raise a family",.The last- -year IC-Truman,' the, hOme 'with hi t ost pleading
' ,,g ' '' "' t 'illot,1 let me say that If will be embarrassed, even if' th i complishment--prove: San 'run- ment of, Golf ChamPions starting Sliver SlioPer Istarring Hank Hen- rompltar :began to get worried 1. crap 01., 0 agree to, e,consent de- '
' ' 'Iri answer tg "The First Local RS RSpi
pi RSpi ewill 1 help him, but he will figure Is redeced ,:ttgain ,, ', when cisco gets things done., -, I hope April:13rd: Don't bet on me this try. and his always hilarious ho-ho- bout gOing, to' trial.,- They ',began '7-7,-':,,z,4'"-z '"i 1 ,e, i'. ,,,01--,:,1.. ,,
. fl
' be, has,such aspirations that hot o y , ,,
schools re-open in September, ' it also 'indicates that -In the tradi- time because Mr.' Sinatra hasn't' ho ba.ha-ha cast). is still too, sin- to realize 'that' Graham Morison 'EPIDEMIC IN '' ' '' ':
CALCUTTA '
.,, it, tptd she behind him pus
tang! ,-1,-,,,,, it, ' MI for Brea dwa
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'' I My first step in lend pg ,
id tly i wandering, to be filled ',with smoke the aie 'Yorkers, :are, go0a lopera. Because, putt In the curtain-raisee, Potting a cts,-. that, rate, .Brotdws2tPXoduc- really meant busi 's ' h I n le (IT) .,, A
,, ,. I Ilia 1.,,,,,,rs,,tfr,, c o ere 'epidemic,- is hitringitresi I
,,, '',4 t- 41... avill eih ton him He is ev ep
... 1A-1.1 441nt I 41...'SA. nityvislrar will ''1101 vrtalria Irir; '61141filkii Allnilt it. 'the contest featuring BC and BH ve ersi,stteetiori are T cPudgestlan ice A TA
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' ; lii answer t "The First Local Rate pilot. let, we .., ...... 4.,
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' he, has,such aspirations thet not only will I help him, bo, t ,11, nwill 'flgtutreiseredheed ill ain ' when Fig"; gets. thln-ge de!te" '1 heP..e APril-'23rd, Don't bet on me' thisIFT ane ms always Iniarlous ho-ho- tboourteaglieziength, -taot,,
:acts.; that,. rate, ,Brotdw
r n n in Seg tember, :,., it also 'indicates thatin tbe tram- time because Mr. Sinatra hasn't1110 haha4a cad). is still too, sin sin.,
., sin., 4r, hid -Me behind him pushing:''.?".4, or 1
, my first step in lendiet tin( all elping band Will be. to ,lieftofile -401,94---Pe BuooPni 1.8 .1,00 bi tioh ,,,,ouotnoxittontd,,,, game, New flown uP Yet to eyes practice .one NI ,for,,Broadway., Two standout theeautyoutettlinIttlehheadnatmthe
tm,", He js : evidently i wanderhing' to be filled ,Ivith smoke, the ai 'Yorkers, ere good lopere. 3ecause, putt In the curtain-rOset, grafting ag tpvidlICt
"'. br' ahiwash,' then enlighten
'' arOund in the darknees and unable to tee the bright light t: at in even the far comers' will 'be. make nO ,rinstake bout it, 'the contest featuring BC and BH vs ere attentioe are T e,,Pudgestla,n fgo ,j,T,",
, andu-9;1.1$04 fid311'' cholere sepideinic4 is M4440131. I
. is,,burning outaide.the shroud of darkness,', If this reaehealhinit;t coMe acrid enough as the notion4 Ion Of the,Giants..141, a llow to FS and WW...' The sands Hotel eye4oldllg novelty act) A
an- ':. a Preached' Charlei-.114s Cc I'd
-a ... dents., oe Calcutta at',the rite of
. or: others like him and if he has the 'power of being 9,13 e most powerful labor chiefs. singe New Yorkers. -1 ,, ,- , ,,,!, ,:"' where he starS'is, &zing the No. new-singer-to-these s'hell pink- Republcan serving iis thcc 1 er a one personevery..11) ,minOtes, the
, ill be be 'On tne the Democrats They'll say blunt. ". ',.' 4' .4' 1 biz e wil e ''' ears, fumed' Pe v. Die 0 D ense health de art '
luate what is being disseminated only then ,VI ,. ,, , .. : 4 0, ,. .,,Th y I not acc pt ad. n 4., ,.. t. gg. ,trick. Miss p Tent .. disclosid yes.
, eva Department under ,Trunien; to terd
.., .. , li: '' e ly that they're tired of being over The re. Grounds are as much vance reservations. You '' have. to L'Iel''''e" Has it'.. Phvilis Paul. re t
rOltd to the goal to which he aspires. ',
1 t salt Water.-62Havirig found some figures and coMe up with a part of the City's- heart as go there and take your chance cent Tropicana 'production thrush o get 'the trial postponed.1 'i :' ,', The dePartnient'' iii '-'30 i
sa 1 :Per.
, 1'1 The next steP it to, lead b m p sy debuts 'as a IC I t th Coolidge preppared i. 'letter ions were hos
th f it is
only there that he the fact that ,there have' beer Broadway d th St t of LI Wh t 1 in
an 0 ue a a s ap the face Sinatra s I g e. a e Vegas pitalited.,N d
0 eath
thk water he must now venture for 9r , s, ,.,, ere
are labor probes formore than five bert Mill f N Y k t iti ,b -, Sane Souci next month P J
y... i ons o ew or ere err c minas m imam iseacn an Im- w.------,
which was signed by Secretery of figures lave been announced. "-.''
vial "find ,the wayof ships in the MitISt Or th,00ea,,," Tri
0 04 attend a '' , mY Ditrante needicte t won' ' '' ' ----"."--
.., A years. , : had their favorite seats (mine and Vegas-Inuit be to the 'Fit rat- 1 f ph m
hat he may obtain ,this knowledge. ,,,, e e
tett) ways t ears -Or',11a Iraq ,".14'f The latest of these investigations was on the 3rd base lim) whore, trigAakers who reported hio rat onw or v s to be a ,eter. '''. .
Maritime Academy for three or four y 4, ,,,,:, ,. ,, ,,,, Answer to Previous Puzzle 1.1' '
' th M Cl II C tt ill be 1). bo h I d d d' I I. (e) 7e wilt Pro the Tro i f ; '' '"
hutry Seaman. ,,, '. ,i k."4!,st 4',..:, 1,, e c e an min ee, w , ey t re axe an tense ngs were ow iBalderdash! I
, jpjlseit a berth at an Ord ,,
it 'd thri 'lull years' at' attacked-and more-if some of In the warm Spring sun... It was Donn Arden's new, show at the t o weeks (May 27), because -we 1 Vocalist A otss r 7 7
'--. pi Now when he, "shipa out he mu sPen e desperatelY. need the mo t ' ''' ''- ' '''' ''''''''''' 4
ne7 o ' ,, w I ,,, ,
d the th blocs have their waY almost like the 'legend of Shop. Desert Inn is anothe n
ell, Time anent bottle with the family doesn't count tower a e power :. , r o e of his pity the Op' OM in th R F.
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put in this time he may take They will urge the AFLCIO high heard's in Cairo. If one remain- aces. The girls are lovely the col r e. unvon , ,Ace.,SS '' '7 ' ' ' ' '''
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, three years required. After he has When command, the Executive Council, id Ion h I t t t
g smug every mpor an ummg exquisite and Gorden, Mac
- Center lund. Not a nenny of ,it ' t, Courtesy tine ,!,,i INN
' examination and become an Ablebodied Seaman. will 'I t '' ' 1 '
go n o our 'pocket., We have -- 1 Vocalist, .,. Utopian -t- n,,)4 ,, ).,,,' V ,,,,-, ::
i ddttlon to 'standing his which meets the next day, to tell person In the world 'was sure to Ree,' who stars 'with lie attract- t
a ng ,this three years he must ln a o do this so we an re It Promontory '- j,
' ' wa ches and swinging on a bosun's chair with a tar pot . .L 0 . .,
, age
mg. ever a -penny ''-'' dellucted ,.
T She la a' Inner el ":... 4 ,,,, ::-I' ''''
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oc paint the,Senate committee to shout UP pass bi. Mors 'than,' national ive wife (Sheilah' Stepleos).'4 has ' 4N t contince ay. , av'''-"'" .10 m v 4
. - , ,,,-, suop. ,. 4,. ,, ; ' sport,- it seemed to me to be the best act in his excithig career. fr ',, th ', : 'nevem n
' bgish find 'time to do the following. , om A poNna's dollar?" The '", ,- 'radio.-- .", e t
, , ; : ''' the national saitety.valve ".'. Their' act le' so Btg Time and ir ,,
ft He must thoroughly study. the Internatinar Rules of Me p i i Da loss ,of the Revlon snonsorship in r ItInteratite ,,, It reality) te ,,t ,. , ..,
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rem nen mocra oe, , : .,, , ,, .., .,,' sue g as e and so crowded nlid-le it r ii ''- Ste" '' ' 04(11)111i- i I g -,',
sson cut in ha .thr.monies , 14
' Ilpad, Sailing Rules and many of the hundreds of Special emit will be hie on the economic front. Aift ell r bidly rooting for the with entertain e t (h orm a no on I '- P11111 Kt, ''
or a m n er, mimicry we needed.. Here Is Mother' 2 Legal paint .,,. ii -,-,,, r
I"' t ''' ISA h d
Ira ', pprose e
' L4cal Rules. He will be called upon to write or qupte many of Some of the unions are btt r
I home team is one of the few fields of K Hepburn Zsa Zsa ... Lent i h b in .: 10 Pedattliet '44 A! ''' ''.... T ' '
a uv' '''' 1
these Rules word for word., After mastering those he will have over the fact, that D r t i th' Id h H d .1 '' ' ' n s ow us ess you never heard
smile a s left it is 'wor w ere one ,cat orne, t.an ayne ,x' Mansfield-,' before. 1VW t le Plant exudates -1 '' t I ''' l' ' '''
31 Printing,- 4
te( study the hundreds of U.S. Coast wird Rules pertaining to thy
f put in-office haven't bean' be maniacally partisan, and stil I written with, wit by- Danny,-Sha. Tr ' ,,,o Mote Proser, the ,,,'.. 17,Attigious book ..,, mistakes ''.....,, 133 Symbol- for '' 45 R t '''''
Opitriles Zregfeld: "If ,I flop , ,,471,:the ( atl,n) s
- the safety of life and property. at sea and believe me these re- of Much help to them during this be harmless... The series between piro) thetthe ,MacRees shnuld ne- v III "Thin men's.", 22 Neer ,. .',s,'. etriutn'
PO' Me anythine, F4- ., ,, ,doe bridengri,ns,
, OlatiOnS till volumes., But a good grounding in them ali is an period of heavy unemployment. the Giants and the' Dodgers, 'for ver allow their versatalent to an- ic111" (111j, --''',Zr. .e: 23 Pause .2.1'114 Right tia.f.'' '' '.
, absolete must. When be finds the time he'lvill'have to-attend , .., ., ,4, , ,,,, ., instance, were not baseball...They pear in anythhig but the 'swank' t !lough? ; .Lauren Bacall has .- 11 Pilt
-- ---ea ,i '7f 24 Poker stalit: 07,giurtnese ;. '','. 'ill toltattrie.'' .- -''''' ''
., ,,. : ,, 00 much .claSS to be bitter about -,', 2 G
3 rate , 25 Diminutive wood sp t . ;'. ". '
V, god course covering first aid and have, a certificate that, Typical Is the old CIO's 'split were a duel between Nee. York's etr, hots' rooms. ''
,. ,, Trak. We could have r t 2'7 worthlt ,ri e , mounds
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qualifies him before he can proceed any further. -
'" ,,.:- with New 'Jersey's Governor Ro. ,leading boroughs; Manhattan -Int' ,...lay Lawrence,' a personable 'co. It 'ion 'a o' b t opor ed .. , I, b PS, ,:,,, of sterile). ...) 39 Indian .-...-,, 49 Domestic' : .' ;
4'. it' ja hoped that he has used all his time in hem' Furstuta bert Mayner, who,, insiders ., be. Brooklyn fought with', horsehide Mic. seta She pace, along with the when g g ,Iteuft Ive duln t -..... -1.1., ,,. t le t
,.' 1,,'-'' ,t6 Swine '; ,, I. 'Inullserry ,....:-. ...' Slavo,, , ''' '
IRcause among other things helnilst be able to send and receive lieve, is being groomed ly a pow. and willo'ws...Neutiality 1 was..! -4 eorgeous 'girls of the lint"... : The like a 1 Ir th aby Blue ryes ,, !!..5empanion ,,; BUITOWIPg .. 41 NW - ,1 50 Capuchin' I: 4r, 1
' messages by both morse light and semaphore flags. '- erful Democratic bloc for the d f n If th D dgers won,' Vegas shows star, scads of Halos vim' 'Mincer
wor o -seer e o tOwmi arr editors. Are ,,:, !,z, tin 4,', ' ,,
y Again or: not? ,' ow, ,an arer 7,
.,- enimal ', ' 112 tapunge :.k.,,, monkey. : .'" t", i
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, :: When he has all this dovm pat he may now brush up on hit2 presidential noinination in Lan. '' Brooldyn practically broke into -namely Tony ,' Bennett,' tOuis PM Ile' replied:f "If I' get nerd d "to ''' S!, shliket hem,
;29 As Vent 4
se 3 Brought tote' 91 Summerirt.) :, '
giometry and trigonometry. He. doesn't have to know -h Meyner stands a chance for the lags and bunting., If the Giants ma, the .Prenkies-Laine and- Si- "-s,, I'd. hive to"- tiohomee ,,,t ,,, on,:tilarradio 30 Gull-like bird l'''',1 exigence, ,',,' 52 Ponce -- :,. 1
mensuration because he wIll be examined along those lines when top spot ,only if he continues to t i h d th restrained natra This 'Aspired- fonnymai, I ro !, !!'-4, - ear' ;.1' f4.-,,,-..4- 4, 3,1 gseile" 4, ,F. 44 Etsalsmatiot '", 93 Scatter., is lial ', Tli
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1;41) takes his Second Mate's examination. ,,. prove, that he :is a strong vote- gloat was as thlelt as Icing on a ''' .,
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.., He Mutt hive a good knowledge of astronomy because he getter in his own state. To do this - .--
Christmas- cake : '''''' I ,-,-,', .-- .-- ---7- - - 28 Numb"' at) MO illiilligi :. RE il 2111 ''' l''
1,411 be called upon in his examination to define the projection 1 ha is backing a fellow named Har. , ,, 4.- ,: ,,, , ,., ,, :,, ',..,,, ,$ 7 ,,, : at Indonesian, s ,,,, 1.1.- 11. !- 4
pf the sphere at relates to hour circles, right ascension,' vertical rison A., WilliaMa, Jr. far, '";,the ''' All came io enloy th; sn'ectacle. , AA A ot Mindanao., i111111111111111 '' 1111111111111 ''''''''' i'l
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circles, azhnuths, prime verticals, ecliptic, equinoctial, declination, Senate nominatiouthis year :in Prom Al Smith's brown derby to 1 '. ,,,,, p Fly ,, 90"Sealeagle dm
the coming, primaries. Bucking Herbert Hoover's birth c 0 II a r .',,,,, -., , t: ,, IVI g ,r ', at Dish , 1.11111111111111 : 1111111111111 -..
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., Hie first examination require' that he have a good working Williams is Johnoy, Grogan, Ma. from 'Jimmy Vyalker's in b , ,... , ';, '., : .,. ',,,, .,.., ,,,,,,, ,,,,', ,,.: .- .., ; .:' 43 Dnclothed ; ... i'imilliw
, knowledge of the tides ,and be able to figure out high water yor of,Hoholcen and still president to MaeArthur's earrisen, tap,' the ''''
,' ...Great ,W)11,
le'. Fliit ':' ' ' : .' : la Attoomical : .. in 1111 ''- '- IMES H
-when given the lunar tidal Interval. .- ' 4 of the'AFL.CIO's Marine d
111L. appeal of the Giants was, univer '''' ''' '' '' '' '' ''' ''- ' '' ? ' ' ''F ' ' -,"' ,' dam, 0
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'. Next comes meteorology he must know that isobars and Shipbuilding Workers Union. n ,were
eal .4-And wh ot? They t - - .a ,:, .,.f.. 4 -: ,ty., '2,1 ; 1; .. .. .. ,. : :!'',' 50 Comfort in '.
,, New :Orleans Sermce ,. , -, '. ':. Arrives ,-'Sritt jragramimilmoll21 .-
' isotherms ttre net as 'he supposed something that is, eater; '
the class of the field. They were 777-77-777..,',' ... ...,' ...; i -.,';,:,..,',, '', :.i ,- '., i -. -, stheosi ashen '. ,, .., .........tmmoms,..1 ,Atu no. '. ,1
between 11160.15.,4. ' ' ' "..' ,
' The other night the New ler.
. ballplayers' 7 ball-players', 'to Play ..., .. ,.. ,, , .. ,,, ,,Grrse"A1 '' 54 Biblkal limmuntallogrelimmimi
4 11 2,- : 1
- , Now he is about' ready to reach up and pull down the large seyState CIO Political Action Com ,on the Giants meant not Oallt that '', IIIBUERAS' ;;;:, t' ; .1 '''' '''' ': ... '''' 4 7,:''': 'AP" u '' ''
e'r, 0 ,el 0 it r 19 ,.. ; PlOtintain r ,M
tomes and, study the' art of navigation. When he has soaked 1111--
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tip all his sines, cosines, haversines both natural and otherwise ere.. as.long been dose te May., millions.' It meant, much more. ',,. TRAM" ; i...,,i,:.'...'...........4....,.',....":4;44 ..'.i.,.,,....'.,"..; Mee .3 ascetic '. ' Fornornmum,rminlimw illo, nommioni , o
be is now ready to be examined not for his Master's LiCentie, but ,.ser, but the split came' then the that be had the respect of the,Pro. !'mRTTERAS ;'''',' '"."-,..;,...;.''...;.':.;,.' ,.'',:;.... : 'Mk 10 '':' 5 Cr"; ''' ''' ligliNtil MEC ill In Ell;011111111111 ''
only for his Third Matets LiCeriSt. -,, ,, ,:, ; . ; ti
. ct,v,ernor refused to back a move fessionals of the Eame.;,' Because 1YAQUE z',:.;".":7.-' 't'''''-- ''''''''''F- '' ''''' ' ' ''' '.. ...'.'M 17 ' l' 57 restered ''
' I he pmses this examination he may now start his long I
e nerease the length of 'mem. 11111 t
. membership In 'the GiantS meant ,';','", ', '-- ,'"'-'' ',.-- ',""-. ' '''' . -. ' ,4-'1U)11,N'4.
y climb to the top which culminates eventually to commanding his Ineyment insurance p a y me nt e 4115.0 lIandling. Refrigere4t1 and Chtlle(Cargo-, -.'''''''' ''' ' 71 1333111 ' TIMM" '''''''' '')
to baseball what the Kentucky Der.' ' ., :
, rom 28 to 39 weeks Gov.,'Mayner ' , ,. 4, ,, 4,,,, ,, ,,, , I J' Itight, rown ,' 1'
ds in- the
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wouldn't go' any further :than" 30 by peens g., .. ,, .,
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- WASHINGTON. Congressman Defense Robert Lovett, another
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conducting a probe ot the "ult. anti Lovett sent the letter to the
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'1 eoucliole of the utility woi.1 Justice Department asking it to
1 1 ti which affects every taxpayer and go easy on AS. and T. because
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The "untouchable" is the Ame Laboratories, including the pres pres.,
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- Lompnay winch, with assets o. onald-Qiiarles wc-r;
- , 1 1 jP'N oil near.), sixteen billions, is. ten times e Sandia' atomic. energy. labors.
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- bigger than the next biggest uU- tory in New Mexico.
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, 1 dominates the supplying of phone baloney every. big businss firm
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' been charged with conducting a place. 'The A.T.4a t antitrust ;
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little-known AFI.C.10 ; ,General ,,, 1 1 I iititt, ,.,,-..s. ,. ''''',.-4, ''' 7. .7.-K
thA commissaries and pOst exchanges on the Canal Zone. 4Neither - -4,
,1 does any one of the ancillary notes to which he refers even refer tIloard. - ' 4 -',',- 7 ,, ' 1 l I , ,
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' totthe subject of sales, let alone restrict them. Pananla Joe is
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- Joe pedaatic-ally tri-es to-prove his case by reference -y-s-g-a- r I -:-7,1111 ,-,
tositte-exchange of notes between the United States and Panama last December at their annuatzon- -Al: OP 1
tiofina tha mpaningt of certain provisions of the treaty. vpntir, h2,4 e.,.,,, 1 r 1, Apso-,9'

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, 'the United States or America7, wan e
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I of Article III of the treaty signed today, wherein are spec fled
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? move.en the Whits t-'11114 ,--0300 ',-
the classes of persons to whom goods imported into the CanaL,,'' Ho
, Zone, or purchased, produced or manufactured therein;mayr. use .from hvo fronts. hay -1 !fp &
attack tho President for 'propos- 4' 21422:4U.- 4PC-"'
be sold by the Government of the United States of AMerica,.- ins laws which would set up e. ,, 7.- 14 ;r7
have the honor to confirm the understanding reached in special "watchdog" Commission
- the course of the recent negotiations, namely, that for.the or of Labor Reports who would ---..,11111r49e,",,,4 115 'itzi'
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If navigation. When he has soaked Mil Ate ;swung LO tifUgdil ille AU
.there has long been close to May. the ni r it' d 'th dui:It:ow az 1 -.-,
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mersines both natural and otherwise
ner, but the split came- then the milliones7It me eante amuch moie
Ined mot for his Master's LiCellge, Wits.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol Hollyw000ttes
lyw000ttes Hollyw000ttes Are Talking Abou,:
that "little verbal disagreement"
between Bill Bendix and Tom
D'Andrea as they wound up the
season's filming on "The Life of
Riley." A real temper tantrum,
I hear; with. Bill adding, "I'm
snaking other plans in case we
' don't continue with Riley. Bill
and Tom were next door neigh neigh,
, neigh, bor pals ,on the show but behind
'the scenes there was a big per'.
sonality clash. .Bob Mitchum's
- carbon copy; 17-year-old son Jim,
headed for a song recording ca.
reel 'He hopes to land Ric Ricky
ky Ricky Velson league. .and, he has
, the deadpan to qualify. ...Joseph
Schildkraut's marathon acting. His
'stage-to-screen portrayal o: the
, father in "The Diary of. An ne
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MOVIESTELEVISION
by.Erskine Johnson
NEA Staff CatrispoadertE

, Gary,Cooper's quotes about his
anti-TV, stand; :
1",!I'd hate to have to recom..
' mend ap automobile hated and
'I don't think ,youngsters should
be told amoldng cigareis is great
! for ,theiri. I have some principles
, even if I am a Stinker b 0,u t
some ether things.", ;, ,
JACK WEBB shelvini that line;
' "Only the names havt been chang
ed to protect the innocent," for
onelorthcoming chapter of "Drag "Dragnet."
net." "Dragnet." For the first time in sevem
years,, the police show will star
an actual participant in a crime
- case.' Mrs. Mary Bigler, nurse's
aide' at Good Samaritan Hospital'
, here: will' play herself as a Wit
, mess in a courtmom drama titled,
"The t Big 'E3res."', Her uncanny
ability to Identify a suspect Joie Joie,
, Joie, ly by his eyes resulted in his con con.
. con. viction on charges of armed rob rob,
, rob, ,bery and kidnaping. :
' DANNY KAYE'S "Merry An An,
, An, drew", opening at the Radio City
Musie Hall, Easter week a big
success story for its director,
Michael Kidd: In 1043 6 danced
In the chorut of a, Music', Hall
Easter extravaganza. '' Actress

Police said tOday that with' stolen'
: In a 'record ,$1,800,000 'safe-track-1
ing robbery last February were
reported -to have, turned up in Ha Ha.
. Ha. anti, Cuba.
Detectives said- a man identified
only as, Graziani,,, who attempted
to( cash some 'of the. bonds at- al
'bark Switzerland', said he, had
received 'them- as ,a payndent, from
a gambling gasino is 'Havana:- Thel
r, bonds were:stolen, Irotil4 the,
treal 'Trust Comnany last Februa Februa'
' Februa' ry, in, Canada's biggest theft,
Gragani wale arrested aftet,the
bank called Montreal stck stck:
: stck: broker' td obtain'the latest quota',
tions ,bonds and learmed
they were sto en.,
'', $gt. Ito; Ploulti police crime
'ab chief, tonferredwith detectives
dere today ,after returning from

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' WASHINGTON 11.11')A Senate
-
' '' anbCommittee yesterday recom recom-
- recom- Mended establishment of a fed federal
eral federal training center .to' help int int'
' int' prove, the 1 staffs of institution"
t
, trying to reform -juvenile delifi
,'. quents. ',,,,, ,- ., '-- -,
'. TIe proposal was made by gen gen'
' gen' ' ate Judiciary subcommittee on
., juvenile,-'delinquency.', lt adde il
.. that it Was drafting a bill to es es,
, es, tablish the suggested training cen cen.
. cen. ter as part of the II& Children's
. Iiiireau. s - ....
. Chairman' Thomas C. kennings
- ,- Jr. (D-Mo.) said in an, accom
panying statement that "such a
,
center would do much to alleviate
'!"-- : the shortage of adequate person person.
. person. mei for the treatment of delin delin,
, delin, quency, a shortage which has
- been such a crying need In. this
' field for much too long." '.
' A
, The subcommittee also urged
, each state,- through its universi universi,
, universi, ties and social work schools. to
I establish a similar program "to
' provide adequately trained and
, understanding staffs for its train train,
, train, '. ',1' ing schools.",, ', , ,,
1 Moreover. it recommended that
,,the states set up a, system of
' "halfway houses" or "residential
..
' s, centers for boys and girls who
e tional Institutions." '
. have been released from correc
woiliklaipdresvueenht 'y'hoalfivi
adyelihnoquuseenst's1
, from being returned to the en environment
vironment environment which got them into
trouble in the ifrst place,
1 h.."Every large city and commu community
nity community should have available a resi residence
dence residence where these young people
could 'live uPon release,' the re.
port said, ,."They. would be free
- to Participate in :all coMmunity
affairs, have the benefit of a
, limited treatment program In the
residence and could visit their
homes on occasion." :
,, The subcommittee also recom recom.rnended
.rnended recom.rnended closer screening of em em,ployet
,ployet em,ployet of juvenile institutions to
4-eutthances of hiring -41tadistie or
' perverted individuals.
, it 'said many state correctional
, schools still are "dominated by the

Julie Reding's blusher about be.
ing interviewed uin a producer's
plush odice About a "sensational"
new TV series., An hour- later she
was standing in. line at the unem.
p oyment compensation oface
right behind the producer., .A
TV Alley wit's 4lea torts a real
adult western a plot m which
the town's drunken doctor is real really
ly really a drunken psychiatrist.
The youth in movies nole in the
new 20th Century Fox list. 13
starlets under 21 years of age.
Guy Madison's playing "I
- on the "Cheyenne" and
"Maverick" tellfilms. Reports
Guy:'
"Every ,tinie see one of those
shows, I see, background shots
from 'Charge at Feather River
and 'The Command,' which
made for Warner Bros. in 1953
and 1954.. That's the advantlge
the major studios have over the
independents., They can keep the
cost down by using clips from
their theatrical films." ,,
' KERN SMITH'S zoom to TV
and record PopularitTmoney in
tile bank for Bob Mitchum.' She
makes her feature, film debut
with him in his independent
ilicker,t "Thunder 'Road"
Jack Lemmon's record alyum
tied, 'The Jack Lernmon Nobody
Knows," Sounds like. the title of
a fan magazine' :story. .Come.
dian Benny Baker about I Para Paramount's
mount's Paramount's old film backlog, in, which
he ',played :college, lads, headed
for TV: ,

marget an offer r m USC.
t won a Rose Bowl game ,for Pa ParamounCin
ramounCin ParamounCin 1936.11.
TELEVISION'S Faces, 'of
ohn"' topping the movies' f'Three
Faces of Eve". by one face. Ac Actor
tor Actor Jo,bn Dehner played Amanda
Blake's father early this year on
GunsmOke."When she ordered
him out of tOW11, he left but be's
coming:back, behind. various ,la ,lacial
cial ,lacial disguisesLSince. disappearing
as Old Dad, he kas, plaYed three
other 'characters various' epi episodes
sodes episodes orthe ShoW.

:2; .!' t. V-ir t ,.
Stoten,:,,Canadianl Bonds.- Reported
: :, :
...Traced To Havana Gambhng.16.1fi

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Aliri01:51 VP ',LP S11,4&etland slier:Paris; 'white
Police said tOday that bondl stolen, wdiked with Interpol invetigafrs
a itecord11,800,000 'safe-track- op, the theft.
ng robbery last February were ,Police said the probe was enter.
'eported have, turned np ed here when city and RCMP, in.
rang, Cuba. vestigators were attempting to es esDetectives
Detectives esDetectives said- a inan identified tablish- a link between the bond
wily Graziani,,, who attempted theft' and an illicit dtug ring.
of cash some 'of the' bonds at- a Police stumbled MAO one mil.
)art ,in Switzerland', said he, had lion dollars worth of pure' heroin
eceived 'them- as, paynient from last week in; &laid, on a swank P
gambling easino in 'Havana:- The partment hbusi in 'search of bonds
wilds were :stolen. froWthe, Moli- stolen from 'the Caisse Nationsl
,real Trust Comnany last, Febrna- desEconomie. ',They recovered. $72,
y, in, Canada's biggest theft, poo 'Worth of the securities.
Graliani wait' arrested aftet,the Police, speculated that 'some of
)ank called Montreal stck- the bonds were traded for the done.
)roker' td obtain'the latest quota', One man has been charged in the
ions on- the bonds and learmed case. Jean Paul Emile Pelletier,
they were stolen., 50, has beenk,arraigned on charges
$gt. 'Leo; Plouffe police crime of being found in possession, of
Iab chief, tonferredwith detectives some' pf the: stolen 4bonds and of
lere today ,after returning from theft,- '" 1

enate Group Recommeds Center
o Train'Staft T6 Handle Kids,

use of force where young people
tee only ,continue to develop an
already hostile and bitter attitude
toward' society."
The last recommendation was
for development tof special
classes ,in juvenile institutions to
help slow learners and, particular particularly
ly particularly youngsters taving trouble with
reading, a. problem 'of many de delinquents...
linquents... delinquents... : The report touched only briefly
on the' handling delinquents in
public school' systems. The' sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee promised full report
later on the New York City situa situation,'
tion,' situation,' which its staff studied in
February.

CASTRO'S CHOICE .7 Man Manuel
uel Manuel Urrutia, above, is the choice
of the Cuban rebels, led- by
Fidel Castro, to serve as pro provisional
visional provisional president of ,Cubs if
they are successful in their
attempt to seize the govern government.
ment. government. Judge Urrutia in now in
,r exile in evr York.

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Written for NEA Snrvics :

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and West cards You are in foe
hearts and West ,starts proceed proceedings
ings proceedings by leading ace, ldng and a,
other spade. You trumn the third
spade and need 10 tricks.
If everything bre-Rs you can
make If hearts break you ca
play safe againo a four-one elub
break by drawing trumps a n
the; fit& club 'trick.
Suppose trumps don't brea
Can you find play to make the
bandT, '. t
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You start but b taking your own
ace and queen of trumps. If eith::
er opponent' shows out on the
second trump lead you simply go
after the clubs,'
This time you can't afford to con,
cede a club trick and must rely on
a three-two break, in that At
some stage of the.nroceedings the
defender with the trump may'ruff
in but that trick wiU be all be can

If he leads a' spade declarer wiU
ruff, draw the last trump and make
the rest, of the club4 and the ace
of diamonds. If he leads a trumo
or a diamond, tbe same fate will
await him.' '1
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four-eie don't waste your energy
trping to make the, band. It can't
be done. ,
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North List South -, West '''-
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, Yiii, South, hold: '' 4
AlAgig fpg,.40,A.171111 4482'
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shows about eight or nine points
,itnillto'partitulet desire 'to play,tt,
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youepiitner hide 0 .,;4 1A'!"', ,"
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partner ,bids twe hdarts and Tagil 1
passes. What do you do.now?
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Ezra Pound's
lawyers
Two tiollons.

,
WASHINGTON' (UP).Attorneys
for poet Ezra Pound asked t h
federal court here yesterday ,to re release
lease release the accused traitor from the
mental hospital .that has been his
prison for the past 12, years.
,They also urged the court, to
dismiss the rtreason indictment
that has been' Pending against the
72-year-old poet since 1943Pound
was charged with making pro proAxis
Axis proAxis short, wave. broadcasts from
Italy during World War 1
, Captured by- U.S. imilitary' for.
ces in 'Italy -in 1945, Pound pro-1
tested he never betrayed his
country. But he was, confined to
St, Elizabeth's Mental Hospital
here in 1946 on grotmds that he
was "insane and mentally unfit
for trial" on' the:treason charge.
In recent years, poet Robert
Frost and others 'urged' the gov government
ernment government to release Pound, despite
his Political beliefs.
The double-barreled motion ,'on
behalf of Pound was filed by for,.
mer ,Assistant Attorney General
Thurman Arnold of the law, firm
of Arnold, Fortes and Porter, The
law firm was retained by Pound's
wife, Dorothy Shekespear Pound.
- The law firm has said ,, Mrs.
Pound had Indicated she Wanted
to take Pound back to Italy if he
was released in her Custody-
In their motion Potmd's attor attorneys
neys attorneys inc'uded a 'deposition from
Dr. Winfred Overholser, hospital
director. He said the poet was
"permanently and incurably An Ansane"
sane" Ansane" and' added that he did not
believe Pound ever would be men mentally
tally mentally competent to stand Wel.,
The Justice Department has in indicated
dicated indicated it may no oppose the mo motion.'
tion.' motion.' But U.S.; Attorney Oliver
Gasch said he wanted to study the
motion before "dermitely decid deciding."
ing." deciding." r,

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rANAni A7,'IL7ICAN-- AN INDEPENZINT DAILY NEWSPAPER

40 US, Navy Vessels To 13,e
Inactivated In Fiscal '59

The Navy announced today thati
48 ships, including four aircraft'
carriers, four cruisers, 11 submar submarines
ines submarines and one destroyer will be in inactivated
activated inactivated during the fiscal year
1959.
These inactivations ate being
made in order to make way for
31 new and converted ships due to
join the fleet during this period
and to reduce the overall number
of active fleet units to the .total
made necessary by the Navy'; per personnel
sonnel personnel program.
Of the lour aircraft carriers to
be inactivated Boxer, Philippine
Sea, Leyte, and Princetonthree
are currently employed in anti
submarine duty and the fouth,
Boxer, is employed in support oi
','Ilardtack" the Atomic Inergy
Commission's network' test. These
carriers were all originally' com commissioned'
missioned' commissioned' in 1945 and 1948, at
have seen continuous- duty' sitice
that time. The three' anti-submar
ine carriers will be replaced hi
that type -of duty by three attack

mosolidi

SI3Stri 1,1311Cr
Rebel Su' pply

1

' I SINGAPORE (UP)--Indonestan
government forces reperted yester yesterday
day yesterday they, had slashed a major
rebel supply route to north Su Suml.tra
ml.tra Suml.tra anti forged to within' 10
miles -of the rebels' lastlifeline
to the outside World, in the south.
'An 'Indonesian naval force was
reported massing in the Indian
Ocean. The rebels expected a sea
invasion momentarily.
Irhe' reports placed the rebel
stronghold in west central Su Sumatra
matra Sumatra into! a shrinking oval of
central government troops about
200 miles long and 65 miles wide.
Indonesian Foreign Minister
Subandrio, stopping in Hong Kong
en route to Tokyo on a diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic mission, predicted the rebellion
would be crushed within a week.
,He told ,newsmen at the airport'
"military operations now, are in
their final phase." i ,
'-The rebels launched their rev.
olution by. proclaiming a new gov government
ernment government for all Indonesia Feb. 15
after President Sukarno refused to
heed their demandr to oust Com Communists
munists Communists from his government.
A Jakarta military spokesman
reported over the radio at Medan,
capital of north Snmatra, that
loyalistftronps that invaded "neu "neutral':
tral': "neutral': Tapanuli province Friday
had' ciptured Padang and Sidim SidimThis
This SidimThis cut off the rebel strong strongholds
holds strongholds of Bukittinggl and Padang
from the important supply port of
Sibolgi and left the, revolutionary
government with the road to south
Sumatrs as its oelyeupply rotite
to Ahq

type carriers which Will be reclas.
Wier!.
, One new Forrestal class carrier,
Independence, and converted E Esex
sex Esex class carrier orissany, will be
commissioned early next year.
The four cruisers to be inactivat inactivated
ed inactivated are the heavy cruisers Salem,
soon to return from two years du duty
ty duty as the flagship of the Sixth
Fleet, and Columbus, and the light
cruisers Worcester and Roanoke.
Two guided missile cruisers Lit Little
tle Little Rock and Oklahoma City are
scheduled to join the ,fieet during
fiscal 1959, with the Galveston
joining the fleet this fiscal year.
, In addition to the aircraft car:.
riers and cruisers, other new ships
scheduled to join the fleet during
the year are six destroyers, four
conventional powered submarines,
four nuclear powered submarines,
four destroydr escorts, one attack
transport, two tank landing ships,
two mine sweepers, and two am ammunition
munition ammunition ships. ,,
Besides the 48 ships being de decommissioned,'
commissioned,' decommissioned,' 14 destroyer -a n d
destroyer escort type vessels will
be transferred from the active to
the reserve training fleet, one
fleet minesweeper will be assign assigned
ed assigned to the Navy's Operational Dev Development
elopment Development Force, two rescue, es..
corts will be assigned to the U.S.
Underwater Sound Laboratory and
one rescue escort. will be assigned
to the Navil Research Laboratory
These changes will give the Na Navy
vy Navy a, total fleet strength .of 864
ships by June 30, 1959..
-,The selection of the ships to be
inactivated was made to provide
the most effective employment of
personnel -and funds during the
forthcoming year, ond to give the
best balance of Novel forces,pos forces,posBible
Bible forces,posBible within the limits of total fore foreeg
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residence and could visit their -of the Cuban rebels, led-- bY ,. Dm ., 4 ., -,. .:-.....; -, :.:, .....: '.-
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Written for NEA Snrvics :
, The. Navy announced today that type carriers which will be reclas.
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lyw000ttes Are Talking Abou: ing interviewed uin a producer's J2 made m order to mako way for ed are the heavy cruisers Salem, s 1
416A K Q 6 5 -. 31 new and converted shIps due. to soon to return from two years.clu- I I
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, Frank" will be his 1,068th, p e r- made for Warner Bros. in 1953 , ,,,,, ..,,' ',,..., , , -,----- Besides the 48 ships being de- 1 , ,. ., BLINDS; : ,,, L.
formance of the role. , and 1954; That's the advantlge ,
IF you, want te- have :fun with tr ,,,- ",., ..-' : commissioned,' 14 destroyer a n d st , ,,' 4 4,, .4
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, -., CALL 2-0725 our representative will visit Your home or')
I '' r' lt ., cost down .' by using clips from hearts and West ostarts proceed- , , ,, ; .:, .-' the reserve training fleet, one i .. ,,, ., t. office andArive you a free estimate.' '," --;
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s i, ., ) KEELY SMITH'S zoom to TV spade and need 10 tricks. ,, -, ', -. ' elopment Force, 'two rescue, es- t ., ,,
' lu. v.?) ,', and record popularitymoney in If everything bre-Rs you can RAIrl Surilv RAHIA corts will be assigned to the U.S. .14 4, t ' '' '' 1, AT, ,''s :t t. ',' :
, the bank for 'Bob Mitchum.' She make 11. If hearts break you ca lo w 1411, 1 VIA W,, Underwater Sound Laboratory and I .
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'makes her feature film ,debut play safe againsl a four-one elub -- '. . one rescue escort. will be assigned 1 I)
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,.!Ei flieker,,' "Thunder.Road" ..,Y. .' simply losing, ,thel firs, club 'trick. government forces repOrted yeater- These changes will give the Na- ,'
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" L,uvau" ------ "- f'" 4.1 after the clubs,' inVaSi011' momentarlit Bible within the limits of total fore- - .,- '. , , i ,.. 1 .. v,
JACK WEBB shelving that line; i...- ,,oer-,..44 '. "Iy ''' This time You can't afford to tom ,, es available. ; f
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central government troops about
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tuccess story, for its -'director, 641 disguises.h.Since, disappearing : A Jakarta miltary pok , La
michal Kidd. .1.1i1043 6 danced as Old'Dad he bias played three reported over the radiciBit Meesmdaann, 0-".; Sensible Rates Include
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capit of north Sumatt that TeietiSioll & Conditioning ,,, :
Easter extravaganza. '' Actress sodes orthe khoW. loyahstiitroops that invaded "nett "nett1FCRIIDWrirritti
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ling Jellit '03'10I.715 44 8 2 from the important Supply port of' t SOth St. ki tit Coektal
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HE U.S. AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON
ENTERTAIN FOR GEN. AND MRS. RIDGELY GAITHER
The Ambassador of the United Stktes .In Panama and
Mrs, Julian F. Harrington will entertain at a reception this
evening in honor of the recently arrived Commander-in6
Chief of the Caribbean Command and Mrs. Ridgely Gaither.

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Marry Ks t Ith B. Tucker ,
- Amiounc...tent has been made
by her mother of the engagement
of Miss Martha Elizabeth Mastel Mastellari
lari Mastellari to Mr. Kenneth 11:Tucker, of
Balboa. -''
Miss Mastellari is the daughter
of the late Dr. A.' B. Mastellari
and Hrs. Essie B. Mastellari of
Panama CRY. Mr. Tuckbr who is
a teacher at Balboa Junior High
School is the son of the late Lyte
R. Tucker and Mrs. Lorena Tucker
of Ocilla, Ga.
' Art August wedding 11 planned.
fan Women Hosts At Party'
Honoring AuthorPatricia Markun
The Canal Zone .Brancli of the
National League ot American Pen
Women Will be hosts this eve evening
ning evening at in autographing party to
'10 ,roduce author Patricia Markun
woose new "First Book of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal" is being released to today.
day. today. 1
Hostesses 'will be Pen Women
)3etty Bentz', Jean Bailey, Peggy
Miller,. Dorothy Thornton, Elva
Fairchild,' Gene Simpson, Bett,
Iligeins; Arlene ,Raymond, Patsy
Taylor and Rutli Elicit. Also as as,4
,4 as,4 sisting will be Miss Helen Thomp Thomp.411,
.411, Thomp.411, Mrs. C. S. McCormack, and
Idris, Tom Ogelsby.
'- Invitations have been issued for
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Competition Between Russia,
US Loom' At Brussels Viorldts Fair

' BRUSSELS (UP) "Step right 1
up ladies lind gentlemen, see the'
wonders of the world for only 60
cents,"
The traditional eel o1 the
""Li'earny" barket won't be there,
,ot the wonders o'- the world will
whch the 1958 World's Fair
' the first in 19 yearsopens, In
Brussels. April 17. And for only'
60 cents, too. --,
There will be everything from
native dancers froth the Belgian
Congo to Russia's Red Army
- Choir, from an oil:derrick to an
exact replica of the Russian Sput-;
nik ,
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the wonder of wondersthe 320
foot high "atomium," a, possibly
ugly but certainly impressivr
strueture built td rePresent the el el4mental
4mental el4mental crystal .of the atom. t is
the .syrnbol.of the fair.
;ity of Spheres'
- ", The "atornium," destiPed to be
tome the Eiffel 'rower .of Brus Brus,
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num k- covered spheres 55 feet in
diameter connected by ,aluminum
tubes, Eight of the' spheres are
set at various angles around the
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' Inside the spheres are' tes testaurant,
taurant, testaurant, bar, atomic exhibit and
otherattractiom They are linked
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the ultra-modern makeup of the
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6 to 9 in the Tivoli Guest House Dr. Roborto Arias --
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Little Gallery,' ,' , 1Roturns to Panama -
. Dr. Roberto' Arias,- former Am AmMrs.
Mrs. AmMrs. Turner Returns Homo ,. liassador of Panama in London,
Following Visit With Potters returned to his home .here last
Mrs. Clyde Turner, who has beeiL 414. Mrs. Arias, who has pre prethe
the prethe guest of her son-in-law andlviou commitments with the Sad Saddaughter,
daughter, Saddaughter, Governor an'd Mrs. Wii-lier Wells Ballet in London remain remainliam
liam remainliam E. Potter at Balboli Heights,ted to complete her work there.
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left on Friday to retui a to her , .., ,,
home in Grafton, West Virginia. Foul T, Dunns -
, ----- Par, 1,4 of Daughter - t

Theatre Guild I Ali. and Mrs Paul T. Dunti of
Ticket- Reservations 'Balboa announce the birth of their
Reservations for tickets to the'first child, a laughter, Rita Ann,
'theatre Guild's current production, on Saturday, April 12, at Gorges
'The Tender Trap which oPen- Hospital. The paternal grandmoth grandmothed
ed grandmothed last night, may be obtained bY er is Mrs. Paul 'r, Dunn, Sr., of
calling Mrs, Dorothy Thornton et washington, P r ,and the matr matrBalboa
Balboa matrBalboa 1298 between the hours final grandest 6 t, Mr. and Mrso
1:00 and 6..30,1i.m. .- William Kuster of Eu Claire, Wis Wis-
- Wis- -- .' consin, 1 ,
Mrs. Mernonald Leaves ,., .,aa ,
For Visit 11 i Germany Caribbean College Club ,
4
Mrs. Doeis MacDonafd of ,Bal- The Caribbean College Club will
boa left on Sunday by plant forlhold its reguler monthiv meeting
Germany where she will visit the this evening at 7:90 at the Cristo CristoBoyd
Boyd CristoBoyd ,Baldwins. Mrs., Baldwin is brt Bed Cross Building. -
the former Gall MacDonald. mrs., f Highlight of the orogram will he
MacDonald 'exPect to ,be away a calor film "Textiles and Orna.'
for- three months. ment-I Arts of India," 'An exhihit
. -, ., .--..-.. fro- Todia will be featured' in the
Gregory Joseoh Mora wr I I room. ' -
Biotized At Lutheren Church .- F,,,..-vini the prottram the 04
Gregory Joseph, son of Mr., and nuokt PlectrOn' of officers for the
Mrs- Jose A. Mora of Curundu was year 195tt-5o will he' held, A reoort
baptized at the Redeemer,Lut1.r- on the Snelliner PeA held in Crio Crioan
an Crioan Church on Sunday more krt. tnbal Hint School last month win
' '- 4 '',1' olso be heard., Refreshments will
. - ,t,- be served. ":-. -'
Between. Russia,' IA I members art urged to st-1
tend. . 't , I
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ort Guhck Chaeel Guild :
;els' Viorkiti Fair !,,,4111111 New ("tows I
Mrs. Cstroll rhanhe directed an
s t . imtvosOlro OgPtile lightin cerereo cerereo.....
..... cerereo..... ,.. z, ., ''. "Iv to instAll 'the neer officers 'of
' , the Fort Gulick chow.' Guild at
The pavilions 'of 41 nations are their reeont meattoo in the Port,
spread over the 500-acre site. And 01,nek Chanel Golid at their, re realmost
almost realmost every one is 0','-stith futurje.,t meeting. In the Fort Guliek
istic design that it s appears to lc,,,nel, , ,
have, come from the Pages ssf al The follourin''officers Tr. In Inscience
science Inscience fiction magazine.' ':, tet-lloci: Presidente Mr4. 'George
- Pavilions range in design 'from Ptillima; vice-nresident, Will In Inthe
the Inthe recialigulaf glass, steel and Pram: secrAterv and treasurer,
aluminum Soviet pavilion 4-, the, Mrs. Jame Poanet assfstsq vice.r"-tdoto
T onto Hendsneth., Corm
least modern o the exhibitions-.
to the bicycle.wheel V, S., pavil, niittee 'Chairmen. are hospitality,
ion, the largest circular structure st..3. rareevr ttartlev', nursery
teo, rePoNo Warren! 'Program,
to be built sinee the Coliseum of
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Rome. s, ,, ,- itfro Will tooram; yliblicitv, Mrs.
"." ' ' ' ClIfinrel P,iIn6 aro telephone, Mrs.
'., -., Balancad on Ball ., ,, ', PAI01 Miller and Mrs. John Borg

altunibum Soviet pavilion 4-6 the,
least modern o the exhibitions-.
to the bicycle-wheel V, S., pavil,
ion, the largest circular structure
'to be built since the Coliseum of
' Balanced on Ball ,,
, But the 1;avillort that has csused
tityntost eommpnt is the .Frenchr
S past glass-enclosed construction
poiSed delicately' on One concrete
ball, about siv feet in diameter.
It looks as shak la a French
government, butt its constructors
swear their ilaring building is as
solid as the Itock of Gibraltar,
The Brussels exhibition is not
commercial. Nobody will try to
ell anything 7m-except their coun countries,
tries, countries, '
The wide theme laid down' by
the host, nation was "a stocit,
taking of mankind's achievements
On the' threshold of the atomic
age,"
The big competition will-be be between
tween between the United States and gus.
Ala a new form of cold war,
Their pavilions, located next to
each other, are bursting with the
latest iri art, machinery and prO prOduce.
duce. prOduce. The two countries are bring bringing
ing bringing in orchestras, choirs and solo soloists
ists soloists to demonstrate their MIISICal
development. ' ,

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Panama.

ponsors for the baby were Mr.
cid Ars. biatvin A. &liner ol
lioldrege, Nebraska, who were re represented
presented represented by their proxies, Mr.
and Mrs. Mark R. &milt. follow following
ing following the ceremony Mr. sod sodlumeheon
lumeheon sodlumeheon at the rt. Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Open Mess.
rr UT uougnier t
All. Ind Mrs Paul Dunti of
- Other' members Attending':' woes
Ilirsofifoseord Rallenbaugh, Mrs.1
emplitl, M014 tertiqffilli Vpi
Blasindemo
Mrs., Jasper York. Mrt. Rohl
Post. Mrs. Chsrles Robortsn Mrs.
pi'lori Sprinkle and Ittrt. Thom Thom04
04 Thom04 Mao, ,24 ,
The Chsnel 'Gond extenSed
warm welcomes to the following
visitotet Mrs. P.st'inott Pearson.
Ort Ossie ,Gash t,d Mrt. Lola
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3 Mrs., neorge Pniliam oresont,
eri Mrs, TTowortl Psilonbauffh. Mr.
Jasper. Nrork end Mrs. Thomas
tinhe, with A farowell -eft, f"o'r
the Guild.11,rs,,,, Carney', fIsrtlost,
retlrino nrosident,, protented
With giit thank. .,
Kedge irleeti,ens Marriage
Rites Solemnised 4
'rho r000 Solo rhapet Ps' tho
SCOno tho weddin on Prlda or
dsoghter of And Mrs. florrno
oni A. ijettltens of Margarita to
tibort Pr4oci4 11;410. ton of Mr,
end Mrs, John Sl,loo. Sr, form,.
00 Carol 7,000 resmonti'noW reg.-
Idint Trenton, NI.
The double ring cerememy Wit
!t.orformed bAt' Dither James ,T.
murnhy,,' C.M, at the Coo) 'Solo
Chooel, '4
Miss aeon Colfor wit mold of
'honor while servino, es. best moo
!for tho OTOOm WOO brother Patric
R1,10e;' Altsr bosrs wore Mat Mattho,,,,
tho,,,, Mattho,,,, Raps and Rirliard Brosinolci
Moro than 200 guests Attentiod
the wedrlinto Sinei th riscontion fells
iowino et the homo of idrs.
tent R. Ridge in Coen
rollowin weddit4 AA tn tho
fotorior. tho ,e011011 '1011 be At
home at 100-B Coco Solo,
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loch hoticrOor leslusioti to this
column thou141 ,Is submitted in
tvssoirittOto form lost teslla ea
the los number listed stilly lo Ito
slot and Otherwise." St tiolivorot
Is hand to the office.; Notice Of
toestloot Satinet be seceStoll kt
telrehorso.
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INetienal Solomon, Inc,
1 The -regular monthly meeting of
the Parilint Chapter No. 85, Na Na!tional
!tional Na!tional Sojourners, Mc, in April will
be LadieS Night at the Albrook Of Officers
ficers Officers Club on april 18. Cocktails
will be served at t p.m., dinner
at 8:15, and dancing from 0 until
midnight, Cost per couplejs 56,00.
' All members are urged to at attend
tend attend and all Mesons are
Reservations may be midi Ay
Calling Amador 8135,or 3179..
Isthmian Toestmestirs t
Meet This
The Isthmian ToastMastert Club
vvill meet this evening it.6 o'clock
in the Fern Room of the Tii3O11
Guest House.
Following-Cocktails thei meeting
will be called to order with In Invocation
vocation Invocation byToastmaster Stamm'.
The formal nrogram will begat at
7:45 with Toastmasters Alexand Alexander,
er, Alexander, Itarrouche, McNamara, Gehm.
Durham, and York scheduled

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MRS,. 'WALTER. KIIIILAE -(lettl. wife bt the Port Clayton Post commander,' was honore'd :" ' .- ' ' -' -. -' !-- -: ' -'
at a ,farewell tea given by the Clayton 'Hari- Commissioned Officers' : Wives Cltib recently., :-.- -, ,
, Mrs. Killilad was presented with a bate& on behalf of the therfibers 'by Mrs.. Harvey Moore. -', --.' -A,N,., 47'', '-, - -- ',r --
' Col. Hillilae. who has been asEimcd to the 1113 Army Advisor Orono in Puerto Rico and his r '' ' ' . - ' '.
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at a ,farewell tea given by the Clayton 'Nod- Commissioned Officers' : Wives. Chib recently.
, Mrs. was presented with a batea on behalf of the mentbers 'by Mrs.. Harvey Moore.
Cot Hillilae, who has been' assined to the 1113 Army Advisor Orono in Puerto Rico .and his r
family will leave the Panama area early next month. :

Gaillard,To-Seek Informal Vote
Ofn Co:ipso:Ilse Policy In Tunisia

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PARIS, prIl 15 1.IP)--A goy. sident Rene Coty if he is,defeat, ', ', I ,'; ', 1 (Op) t ' ' : : ''' '-' ,i
trnment .spokegman said today ed in the informal vote, although , 1 ,111 .
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premier Ftlix Gaillard will call the 1946 constitution says that .,,. '' '',1 I 4 ,':-.4,, , ,- ,
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!onfidence in an effort to force tails automatic resignation. I , rt'':,) C.., ij , : ' ', ;1
',he Natipnal AsseMbly to accept If he wins the informal vote dip.,41,z)
lis compromise policy on, 111,1nit of confidence, Gaillard still illaY ', I ,,. : .. :, ,
da., -'' : ,, ask tor a formal vote in the next ;' pb,,, ,-: ,1 T H ....
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-High sources said he would re- day or two. ',',. .,,, t, , Alt ',Z
;ign if the Assemblv turns hirtl z t ,' :.
!own, a move which they fore. 0, a ntin...
ridu 1 A 4 --, '' Mr, COmfy 7 ,...,-,,, '', "'', 2.1 ,'', ', ',! ''3
tast would set off Fratlee'S worst ay Lrooners :., VINk
post-war crisis. He was given a , , 1:' -,, , , ir : ,i,' '' : f .. ,','
50.50 chance of survival. T D i al ,,,' '', SOME': persotti tieefil to -think : ,,, ''' ' ' ' '''''
ThA amirpet said thp Mi-vear- n reteni 'Leif '. that it iii ail rioht tri 11151,. ,,,s- 11 A1111111 11 or 1111111 I It 11" -. '

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premier ,Ftlix Gaillard will call
an itnmediate !Informal" vote of
confidence in' an effort' to forte
the National AssiMbly: to accept
his compromise policy on, Tnni Tnnigh
gh Tnnigh sources sald,he would re resign
sign resign if the Assemblv turns him
down, 'a move which 'they fore forecast
cast forecast would set off France's worst
post-war crisi. He was given O.
50-50 chance of ,survival. 1
The sources said the 38-yearold
Premier, who has spent most
of hie five months in office trY,
ing to ho'd together his bicker.
ing coalition, ,Will warn the as assembly
sembly assembly that France must adopt
conciliatort polity toward Tu Tunisia
nisia Tunisia or risk "adventure". ,'---', a
eunhemient' for more trouble.
The spokesman said the Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet approved 'the ;statements to
be' made in ;ithe, Assembly 1 bY
Gaillard and Foreign Minister
Christian Pineau. did not
disclose the cOntent ottthe de-
clarations, but added' that Gail Gaillard
lard Gaillard would ask the Assemblv-to
refrain from a detailed Tunisian
debate and reject 'written at;es at;estion
tion at;estion attacking tilt poilLy:,
Uner 'parliamentary proce procedure,,this
dure,,this procedure,,this would permit Gaillard
to avoid a full-scale discussion.
' ;The vote then could be an "In "Informal"
formal" "Informal" confidence 'vote where
deputies ballot by proxy and the
government can more easily: in influence
fluence influence the :voting:
' In a formal,: donfidence vote.
each member must cast hie own
ballot after a minimum 24-hatr
delay. period which permits the
dertuties to weigh all the issues.
::11te sourees said., Gaillard.
svottld vvarn the Assembly he will
, Submit his resignation to pre
1 Iteirs Of Forel,on
FYclits Pronerly
Go On late May 2
The VS: Army Caribbean pro
party' disposal officer has ;an ;announced
nounced ;announced that seven items of for foreign
eign foreign excaag nersonal tropertv wit
be sold on May 26, Bids will,.be
opened in the bid room in buildr
Ind 706, Corozal at 8:30 a.m.
The following are being offered
for sale: two asphalt and soil ag aggregate
gregate aggregate mixing plants end one
bituminous material distributor
(located at Fort Clayton batchihd
plant on Chive-Chive Pineal': (Inc
45-ton. 8-wheel tank transnorter
semitrailer end 'on 6)(6 tractor
truck (located et pronertv distosal
Yards Corozal);- one lot of miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous items of enineer equin equinment
ment equinment (located at building 1031 en
ment tiocaTea at, rttitatitt tt--
gineer yatd, LAS grucisl and one
steel landine craft powered hy two
onnines (located at Pier 45,
Fort Davis).
Pronerty may be Inspected at
the above incations wesokdaya,
hours of 7:20 Ran.:In 11:30 a.m4
and 1:00 13111. tn 3:30 p.m, until
the mor-gno. of the sale..
Aftditl't,1 inforMation mai be
'had by cAntacting the tronerty
vosal officer at telephone 85-4149.
speak:' The Weill evaluation will
be made bv Toastmaster McClald
-Id will be follosved by preflenta
tion. of thP "Rastus": to the best
traker Of the evening.
Benediction be given, by
'Toastmaster' Stuckey,
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Vnit Temple' No. 759 Of the
I.B.P.O.t. of W, will conduct its
regular sesion tomorrow night 'at
the Paraiso Lodge Hall
All members sre urge to attend
11111111 ire .being made for a
night of fun. ,
The inerthly general member memberstills
stills memberstills meetings of the Areheeolirsir,
al Society of Panama will be held
Wednesday at 7:30 P.M, at the
IISO-JW13 Service Center, La Boca
Road Balboa. A leetuue and Ores Oresentalon
entalon Oresentalon of colored sides includ
ine scenes of Peruvian Inca ruins,
will be offered by Mr. A. G. Tur
IIn StIclition to regular business
of the,organizattdn, a rcent re report
port report of recommendations of the
Executive. Board will be rendered.
oAll member are urged to attend.,

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A lectutte and Ores Ores.olored
.olored Ores.olored sides inelud- mealtime, et, betwten meals...v.8 . .! i ., . :
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Peruvian Inca ruins,
I by Mr. A. G. Tur- gives you the refreshment ' k 4- ; 1
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la regular business IL g 1 : )
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sident Rene Coty if he is, defeat.
ed in the informal vote, although
the 1946 constitution says that
only defeat in a formal vote en.
tails automatic resignation.
If he wins the informal vote
of confidence, Gaillard still hiaY
ask for a formal vote in the next
day or two. ,

Gay Crooners Plan
To Present View
Faces On Thisdiy
The Gay Crooners of Paraiso:
Will, present 'a bevy OrrieW faces,
Thursday night at the Santa
Cruz Theater during their pre presentation
sentation presentation of "gailhouse Sock,"
reportedly t the first BroadWa BroadWatype
type BroadWatype show to be presented at
Canal Z0ne lOcal-rate theater.-
' In addition to Ahe Gay
Crooners (a singing group, from
Paraiso) themselves, the show
will also feature the Gay Spot
combo, which reCently 4 held a
successful one-nighter at Hotel
El 'Panama Hilton, tap dancers
Ziggy and Zaggy; ballroom
dancer. Costa' and Virginia and
matlY, Others.
,,' Mises will be trade' ,avallab!e
to provide transportation for
those l'anania; tatalso aryl Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel 'residents' ;who at attend
tend attend the show.
'Two shows nave been ached achedtiled
tiled achedtiled bY the Crooner, at 6 and
at 9 p.m, with movies. iollow iollowIng
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bilkers t
Campboll's eoupi
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Th juices of 8 different garlett' ';
fresh vegetables ar blinded info
this famous drink. Youll loy, e its
lively flavor, Ind thrive on jts 5
vitamin.Paiked goodness. 'At
mealtime' ot between mealsV-8 :
gives You tile refreshment
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SOME': Persons 'fieem to think
that it is all right to make a com comment
ment comment about a penon close by .4
they whisper lt, or pitt a hand in
front' of their moutis. illut either
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that,they are talking ,about some someone
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make those near feel self-consci
FAMRER'S DAUGHTER DIES
TOMIOKA, Japan (UP)Sechi (UP)Sechiko
ko (UP)Sechiko Iizuld, ga, a farmer's daugh.
ter,' hie herself up with dyna,'
mite yesterday because of de.
spondency over the forthcoming
marriage ,of..14eclose ,friend, police
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WASHINGTON1UP) Cuban
, Pedro Ramos, who 'specializes in
' beating the Boston Red Sox, did
- it again yesterday -as President
, Eisenhower cheered himand the
ONashington Senators to a 5-2 vie vie,'
,' vie,' tory in the opening game of the
The President threvi out two
.,, -ceremonial first balls.- Then' Ra.,
, mos took charge of the proles proles,
, proles, aional pitching.
' ,' After getting -off- tw rough
' start, the Cuban -fireballer settled-
down and, 'yielded only- titre
hits to the Red Sox. One of these
was Jackie Jensen's tworim horn horn'
' horn' er into the 'left tenter field
bleachers in the third inning.
' k That was the beginning and the
end of the scoring ler Boston,
which played withbut Ted MI MI'
' MI' liams, sidelined with an upset
stomach. r
, Drives in Winner
, Ramos drove n Whit proved to
be the winning run during a sixth.
' inning uprising in which the Sen.
ators scored three unearned rims.
-' But RaMOS might not have been
around for his heroic pitching and
batting role had it not been for
' the sensational play of ,veteran
third baseman Eddie Y9st.
' Yost, fighting to, keep his job,
cut off two and possibly three
Boston runs in the very first in inning
ning inning with", a diving,. belly-sliding
grab of 'Jensen's vicious low liner
with the bases loaded, That pulled
, Ramos out of a big jam. Then,
alter throwing a home run ball
, to Jensen in Alm third, Ramos
WRIS unbeatable.
; Yost topped off a spectacular
performance by driving in the
;- last two Washington runs with a
, slashing single to righthis sec sec,
, sec, ond in five, appearances at the
' The victory boosted Ramos'
, lifetime record against Boston to
124.
, It also gave Washington its first
' opening day triumph over, Boston
' since 1932 when another Renubli
can presidentHerbert Hoover
' threw out the first ball.
' The 'Washington victory', also
snapped President ,Eisenhower's
Xwo-game "losing", streak es an
opening-day pitcher. This was the
, sixth streight opening-day appear appear,'
,' appear,' ance for the President, wh6 was
, rooting for the home, team, "as
he always does." The Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower pitching administration now
has a record of three opening-day
victories, and thr,ee, defeats for
Washington.
, Perfect Essoball Weather
Perfect baseball weathersunny
and temperatUre, at- 69favored
the 'President and Abe 'crowd of
26,675. i
-, The President ;arrived -at.- the
flag-decked presidential box
' minutes before garne-time. He 'got'
. a cheer and responded' by wav wav,
, wav, :, big both armsnlloft., Then, with-t,
out benefit of warmup or winduP,1
he stood up to perform an' honor.
ary pitching assignment ,which
- President William Howard, Taft'
inaugurated in 1910.
Some of the ,lans,' 'mindful 'of
, the President's for
, shouted 4'fore gaff- he' held the
, ball up ready' to, throw, He'silet
, fly with an overhand high, hard'
one which was caught-by Wasn.1
ington's Whitey Herzog. Washing Washing,
, Washing, ton 'made it a complete sweep
When the President's second
"first' ball was taught by the

teaeit bat boy,--4.'31mm Yrs
son of an FBI agent;Jimmy got
an,autogriph from the.President,
as well. , ,
The President haa scarcely -Sett
tied down when Boston loaded the
bases on a walk to Dod Buddin.
Pete Runnels' single and 'Norm
Zauchin's error,on Gene Stephens'
fielder's choice grounder. It was
at this crucial point that Yost
saved the, slay for Radios ,and
Washington by spearing Jensen's
bid for a line-drivei.double,!i-,.1-47-,
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Boston got to ,Ramoi An the
third; Buddin 'Opened with -a single
and 'went to ,second while Roy
Sievers was botting the b a I
around. Then .Jensen crashed a
1-2 pitch into the bleachers for
two runs.
Boston starting pitcher 'Frank
Sullivan, 11,, Washington 'nemesis
who had beaten the Senators 10
times out of 14 attempts previous previously,
ly, previously, seemed, to have the situation
well in hand. until 'the fotirtt.
Then he yielded a home MD to
Jim Lemon who lashed the ball
deep into. the left center ije I d
bleachers. Yost's single, a walk to
rookie Albie Pearson and.Sievers'
single -tied it up in the fifth.
Eisenhovier led the cheering as
Lemon circled the bases on his
homer.. The President, who, kept
his own box' score, claniped bis
pencil between, his, teelt and 1P 1Pplauded,
plauded, 1Pplauded, Lemon vigorously,

Iki Cheers

The President forgot his peanut
munching and rose to his feet
again when Sievers singled home
the tying run. But the Chiet Ex.
ecutive really let go when Ramos
singled home what proved to be
the decisive run and Yost followed
.with a two.run single tharassarect
the Washington victory. He
jumped up and down and cheered.
Poor fielding stipport $ausal
Sullivan's -downfall. Buddin
'opened the Washington sixth by
booting Lemon's routine grounder.
Zauchin walked. Sullivan seemed
out of trouble,- when Herb Plews
and Rocky Bridges flied but.
,

But Ramos' greeted him 'with I
hot smash third ,1 basement
Frank Ma 'zone's arm, scoring
Lemon; The ball bounced into left
field -where Stephens kicked it,
around, permitting Zauchin and
Ramos to move ,intO scoring-.pd.,
Salon for Yost's Sulliv,ad
yielded al of Washington. runs
and six of itlf,eight hits.is Murray
Wall took over at the start of the
seventh and gave yp one ,,harm..
less single.;
'
Baseball:: Iters
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Win's First,Ttiutnty'l

' GREENSBORO, $ NC, (l.liq,,
Young, Bob Goa lby gave -np, three
basebalr bonus, offers -to, become'
a professional golfer, 'and Ihe 'pay.
off startedi, Sunday With tk, stins'-
ning win ando $2,000 'in ,,,the 21St
annual areatev,,Greerisbore Open
golf tournament:1,i ,,; '11,,,.-, A
- It was the first: iburnament wir'
for : the little-known 27-year-old
athlete who gave up his golf pr(
job at Darien, Conn., only two
els ago after.deciding it Was
"now or never" with him and cir circuit
cuit circuit golf. '' '
, Goalbp fired' a '1 brilliant fiat
iround ett, five'under,,,Par, for a72-
hole 275. He was two strokes
, ahtad of the closely-bunched field
who combined at Starmount For Forest
est Forest Country f Club' coursejor one
of the most' exciting finishes in
the history' of the 515,000 event!
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Goalby, who had bee trailing,
Sam Snead of White ulphul,
Springs,. ,W. Va., by f r strokes
at the 54-hole mark, tapped his
putter and said: This is what
did it." ' '
, Snead hadll'i ,ilettlei for-a, $1,080
share et the steend-place, 7Nt,
, Others in,' the, second-plice ',spot
at 277 were ',Dow! Finsterwald ,,,of
Tequestao Fla.,',All : Wall '' r'. Of
Pocono '.1fanor:Pa'4'- Tony LeMa
of Napa,realif., arid On Xanuary
of Eastland, Texh!whose Amarillo
final-round 64 ,tied the, course rec
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TODAY";;ENCINT ;:.15;,15
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Teams 2 Wen Lest
El Panama filial "! 63vC30;12
Agewood 8414.31,
Carta Viejo e,"1,t 62.-;
aSeymour 51:: 55
xCardoze '58
sAustin e 29
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r, Leading 'averages: Baker 199,
Cascio 192, Coffey; 191,,,s,Tolaind
190, Damanian ,189., 'i,-,- t'
Final week,, of bowling, ',Friday
April 18, at the. Diablo Bewling
Center. El Panama versus'
Seymour Agency; Carta. Vieja vs,
Agewood, Cardoze-Lindo vs Austin.
,
, Postponed metchesPlayrt
- ;
1- 'With three of theli 'four bowlers
iti,Ahe States' participating in an
all-Air Force tournament, Seymour'
Agenc hat;10-4ostme their
genies with- Carta'YieW and Age-1
wood. When theskposponed games'
were 'played -,the results were dis-,
mal for,. the' Seymour cause,' d be because
cause because of the possible 'eight 'points
Seymour dropped seven, four to
1Carta Viejo and three against Age-,
wood., These defeats dealt a .dealb
blow to the Seymour chances for
the ctovin.r
,
In the' first.' of,' the. ,postponed
Matches 'Agewood were,. en their
way to smother the Seymor Agen Agency
cy Agency for four points, when Seym Seymbur
bur Seymbur rolled an average Outnut 101'.1
classic league team; while ,Affo ,Affowood
wood ,Affowood faltered and tossed away the
fourth point.' With Seymour Agetn Agetncy
cy Agetncy way off the beam, Carta Viejo
warnext to pick on the unfortun unfortunate
ate unfortunate victims. It did not take much
plucking because only one Seym Seymour
our Seymour bowler went over 500, and Car Carta
ta Carta Vida wrapped up'iour points.

- Regular matches
' 6 Seymour 1
Cardoselindo Evintude 3
What Ageweod, and Carta Arida
started the Cordoze !Ando team
finished the job on the Seymour
bowlers, atd eliminated them
completely. While Seymour 'bowled
better'in this match, they were no
match for the power of the Evin Evinrude
rude Evinrude Motors who averaged 195 for
the tlifelve linei of bowling. --1
Only ln the middle game did the
Evinrudes relax and Seymour
pounced on tire opportunity to grab
a point" While, the Seymour aggre4
gation is out,,they will have a lot
to say who is going to be champs,
because Friday', they take on the
league leaders, determined to av avenge
enge avenge the loss of tela of the last
Itwelye points.:
Evinrude
Soyster s,; ,.'201'1;1187 ,213t, 601
Lowande 194 .1A2p.'18,94. 525
Kunkel, 237 )171 1841' 592
Toland t,' 2,01'695 790 2346
Seymour
Itichardsini,l' 194 194 '4186'1574
Bowers 238 ,181 168 587
liunes 160 216 213 589
' Cascio 188 170 182 530
Totals -, 70 711 749 2230

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. Ageweed Atistin
ti
Ithe two "300" game bow.
lers doing their-ettiffirBalter anct
Damiaz, Agewood swept four
points from last place ,Austin
team. Balcer had 804 and Damian
603, with Boyer close by with 593.
Only the middle game was close,
and Agewood put it in the win col column
umn column by 9 pins and, it todic Knoll
and Damian to convert to spares
baby splits in the last frame. Age Agewood
wood Agewood is now only ,one point out of
first place.' They will have their
hands full Friday when they tangle
with third place Carta Vieja who
are still very much alive in the
race. '

AOstin
Best 169 192 176. 537
Soto .,' 139 220' 158 51'7
Samaniego 198 167 -149 '514
Pahl 146 199 191 536
Totals 632 778 674 2104

Agawood
Ba leer
Boyer
Knoll
Damian
Totals

er 215 192 195 602
r 209 189 195 593
, 170 175 194 539
jail 194 231 178 .603
IS 781, 78 .762 2337

Carta Viola 3 El Panama Hilton 1
The ,bot and cold tl Panama
Hilton were ice cold this week..80
Carta Vieja proceeded to put them themselves
selves themselves in the thick ,of the race with
a three point pickup. In the open opening
ing opening session the Rum representar
tives ran into a lot Of splits, and
Hotel took the pornt, but once the
splits were removed, it was Carta
Vida an the way with every mem member
ber member of the quartet about equal In
the scoring column.
If Panama Hilton ,..
Allen 184 19I,,.1.74 549
Voss 112 -166 :140 :.!478
Sch midt 169 1,84 :168 f, 521
Coffey , 168 190 .7 199 557
Totals 193 ; 731.1 611 1105
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'Carta neje ', :-
Brown t. 186 ,,1711-210 574
Aimed& : 146 186 1 204' 516
Rudy 162 '215 )176..553
Gleichmin 1711, 190,1104 565
Totals 445 At 114-
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ALL-STAR PREVIEWnit Kobbe's all-star seiond baseman Billy Bridges 'polishes up his
doubln play pivot with teammate Larry Stockstill in' preparation lot Friday t night's American
Legion opener at Balboa Stadium. Fort Kobbe, 1958 PAAF pennant winners, ,wili take on the
League Ail-Stars in two-out-of-three series in direct ,support of the Canal Ione Boys State'
program.' Tickets costing 81 for the entire series' Duty be purchased at the American Legion Club
in Balboa or at any U.S. Army post Special serices office. Friday's opener win be plaYed under
the lights beginning at 7:30 p.m., as will Sathrday's encounter. It the third gams is necessary
It will be played on Sunday, April 20, at 2 ILI (U.S. Army Photo). ,,,,

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Boston L 0 1 t .000 112
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4..washington at Baltimore
,', Detroit at Chicago
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By ACEli KAHN'
LAS VEGM, Nev, (UP) Don
Drysdalem, the :21-year-old Yen
Nuys; Calif., hurler who ,after only
four seasons of professional base baseball.
ball. baseball. emerged this year as the
choice of the experts to be the
National League's leading hurler,
said today be was 'honored by, the
distinction ';.,,accorded him and
hoped he could live up to it..1
.."The performance on the
mound will prove whether the
writers who took part it the Unit United
ed United Press poll were correct," the
youngster Said.
,"But you cat bet a will be out
there trying to justify their confi confidence
dence confidence in' me by 'giving me that
honor."
'Drysdale 'was reluctant to) make,'
any predictions what his goal
would be this season but when
asked if be was aiming at 20
games be replied, "1,1 everythinp
toes right maybe' I can do it."'
1, Drysdale, who stands six feet,
Islx,inches, and is as lean as
4reyhound, still is not Ratified
ithat 'he is in top condition end,
the' ',Dodger coaches bad to cau caution,
tion, caution, him against overworking on
ithe fifial swing through Arizona
andNevada. t,
havito work harder
than ever, he said. I've been try..
Intl make up for the lateneof-my
reporting from service' and
' -feel' I'm a little behind
twhere ohotild .he at this stage."
aecausi he has not been work-Int
as lone this year as he' had
in prevhms trebling sessions, he
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Philadelphia at Clucinuati
Les -Angeles at San Franciscli
Chicago at SL Louis (N) :

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spond as well as he would like2,'
Drysdale is enthusiastic, ab'out
the,,, Dodgers 11011P makingl their theirhome',
home', theirhome', in Los Angeles. 'He le
hometown boy from San Fernando
Valley, just over the hill front Lir,
Angeles.
would saY' it was a 'little' ex.,
tra incentlVe to be' pitching before
the hometown : folks, tbe kids
went to school and' who, have
followed my baseball work with' a
personal interest..
Dryscielle won thci NiTiters'
choice through his :record, isit
season of 17-9, hest 'on the'
ers club and one oftbe best' in'
the league. ,llis earned run aver average
age average of 2.69 was Just fraction be.,
hind the 2.66 posted by,,teammati
Johnny Podres and the same as
,that of Warren, Spahn, the Mil-,
waukee ace ,wbo won 21 games
I for the Braves. .z.,

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'Lew and. also weightlifting in all
its phases., '
. For those se desiring, member-1
ship may be obtained on a guar-,
terly 'pr" yearly' basis. Individuals,
may rent gym trunks and towels
at the Y, or may bring their own.1
- Beginners are also, welcomed.
Qualified instruction may be r ob obtained'AVIonday,
tained'AVIonday, obtained'AVIonday, Wednesday and
Friday 'Afternoons from- 4:30 to
in this manly and wholesome type
of sport which not oily builds phy physiques
siques physiques but adds to ,the general
heal, of -the- individual.

,t41:-;! ,,. ,
By GEORGE M.TRALITMAW::

President, National Assn. of :
professional Baseball Leagues
COLUMBUS,' Ohio .(VP)
the yeor of the L "old prer
Zhe pro stands '..for., promoter.'
We're out to,., put ..,;;America'S
haScball fans back.where they ,be
long, out Att...rthe.,..bajl !park,' and
iway'' from the four-wall hum humlirurn:
lirurn: humlirurn: Of their living 'toms and
-thege' dancing timsge4 on the front
of. the 21-inoll 4iiiciard tube,: Wo're
going to treat th'em O real Ilvr
ball players in action, where they
Pan escaPe trent
blur", picture' shows that yore pre.-
senterl On commerciaLby-cow.
mercial ,basiC,,, 7
'Do' It Ourselves': Pieiect t.

Do it Ourselves', ropect t
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This iS S' job for 'men if strong
bearis and durable Itris,
"do,it ourselves"' project and I'm
cheered the reports front
everytvhere In' the Nitional Asso Assocition
cition Assocition ,, empire. ,,Advante -c ticket
sales ere up.,' Substantial- business
civic leaders;,'housettivc?
and School lids' art on street cor corperteselling
perteselling corperteselling tickets.,Thern. J4 a re
birth of community spirit that I
have not witnessed in many
All of this rebirth of spirit didn't
just happen., It came -about
thronatC our intensified promotion
al efforts.i Our peonle have come
to realize that there is. more in
operating .',a baseball franchtse
than just ',''.opening ,,,, the gates,
throwing a few hot dogs into a
anti honing that folks. will
.drop, in ,fOr the evening.
' Ave kntio. there, is more interest
in baseball than eyer, Itefore.'We
1-now renorts to the 'eontr-ru
that it still is "America's nuMber
one' spectator sport.' If there were
any measurable ay' of counting'.
thelegions who attend games at
the kid. level ,,on up -through tits
Ameritan Legibn, high 'sch001,7 cot.
leage, semi-pre andamateur sand sandlot
lot sandlot ranks, the total would be far
greater thin' the I40-million plus
who have made basketball the so soclued
clued soclued number ;' pne-- spectator
:sports event.
, Tap 'Waist itsseryoli 1
Ou' i3asit' project tho -to tap
this vast reservoir' of' news fans
and to bring them into' our minor
league parks for an evening of en entertainment
tertainment entertainment they won't soon 'for 'forget.
get. 'forget. We're doing this bit 'special
promotional efforte.'. We may at atArad
Arad atArad the teen-agers having, a
rock 'a roll band I Pre-game
Pnrformance at home Plate, the
oldster! by bringing back ;Mime
cll-stars for Personal appearances
the little fellows with' EP octal
badges 'or, buttons Abet admit
them free if dad or, mom', tomes
along. 2 :2'
k Call them gitn'tmcks It you-will,
but, tirne after time, after, these
special nights I have' left the'ball
park and listened f to 'the,s com comments.
ments. comments. Casual fans, N,,00100 0
' whom hadn't 4 been to ball games
irt., years, will, be saying
was a lot of fun ,,-,, I 'think, we
' ought to come back sopfLtt ...1
Our slogans IcA,"It 'pays to ad.
vertise but let itti tot adverse adversestise,t,
stise,t, adversestise,t, ,
Front 'all'of the'evidenee heie
seen, 'this slogan is beginning 'to
PAY

up physical fitness if interest'.
ed,,may specialize in,weightlift in,weightliftwhith
whith in,weightliftwhith includes. the olympie
hfts plus any of the others.,
The NVICA-USO regularly, fee.
tures a weightlifting exhibition con
test in which trophies- and -other
prizes are awarded to- the, best
lifters representing 'the different
weight categories. Be one to par participate'
ticipate' participate' go ,this' excellent form of

The' more ,ekperiencedi peraolne !keening fit-and healthy through the
will find the opportunity to keeplcorrect weight,

Tournament' I
STANDING OF THE TEAMS kame w

Teams 4 W pt.
Atlantic Teeners 2 0- L000
Armed Forces -',--- 1-' .5k,1
Fast lich a,v-ouers t- 1, 1. 'ZOO
Curundu 0 2x ..,.ti
xArmed Forces,wit over Curun.
du La tint game of Saturday,, A April
pril April 12, protested by Ctirundu.
Results of Games .0 Saturday
,
,

.
, : April 11
' At Mouni Mops ..",A
Armed Force; 4. Curundu
, (Protested' by -Curunda,- --
Atlantic' Teeners Faidiek t-
Results.; a Games of -,Stioday,',
' : 'J '',;,
- :' April 13 - 1
, At Mount Homo .;.: 1
Arined".Forcee 1
Atlantic Teeners 114; Curundil
Games of Saturchiy, April, 19
At Fort, Clayton .:.
: , ,t ,
' Armed. ForCes,iis, Atlantic' teen teen.
. teen. ,1r$ at ",
4 Faitlich vs.:: Curtindif it ;.
Games' -of Stindayis'April '20-
At Fot ..Clayten
Ahaptic 'Teener; Vs. Quiundt(S'.,
, rifled Forces Nil. :Fastlich, St. 3-
: p.M. :i :
Tie Atlantic Teeners, scored twe
Victories at Mount Hope:over -:the
and ..toole.the Aead: it,
fotir-team tryOuts-,iforn which
the,,,team' to- represent' tee.' Cutlet
,Zone at the,,eneual; tour..
, milieu, in 'et ,ktershey,,41,a4
be selected.. ',,
, ,-,44tle!.Sid0!,eif4y..-Scoreti
, six ywks theitrst 'the
eatute, Leatu,
repres,entatives:--,' c 0 a a t'e
'kurouga! to a a,, tory 7-
I 'tirday,.,ktfleripok anct!'ott,-4.$1mkitty
1- kittekAlkut kekfy:,rdukifiki, on- -k,uruhcl
to 4kee
e the opningtailiaef. the Our:
nainduk, kukkrnooll'aik-
y er tiepWrtnieni ceminanuer
au'olf-00elit:.iin(1 ;;krekl;,,-,
sten, represenunt, tee ,;:kastlich
: League,' Lieu totined tie 'Llat.ieki,
tor 1410 ,-pikaning ok s the prat bah,
r; 1de ArMe4 ones teaul, 1301106
out a:4-to,,, ,itctory twer Curtaku
an-41 tame Avnich went'
'
,
love: ta tile Solely ,causod by
n -4 opening toi Sulam's, ths
winniffs touppoo game- st,
1- :3:07... Claiming.' that, Ins : tains
,000 not 'Wart Unvii man mans
s mans ager Gil Marcum., end 'coach
"mew -0' Curunuu s' r
'they shown have ,,' f the':
e ,euvumn limns, And
Armen Forces...441in, refused, Cu-,
rondo ',, praialittg ha maim,
!' mem comMinoo win oink, the
f proosi. : :r -:
' The- Arnied Forces' team scored
onerun toe secouu anu'anotn anu'anotnLe
Le anu'anotnLe in the tifta 'inning 'and. held on to
in' the 'narrow niution unul the
sixth when ad, error, and' a aka
a, caused Ade removal of et t'm
a Dylieik-fori, Art, .:Aluzer., Art
Wiitt and tbree 'watki anti,
ptichigave, Ar-rned.,esorces the
gt, .'t' ,
re Ise tame between. the :Atlintid
Tee44ri ififtf r'asuica was w nary.'
fought;battleu all, the Aviv.' 4-
ram :rrenen, starting
cf. hurler for' Fasdicn, ,,was anti
at eau- te be removed betore t
close,,of 'the twat round aftet
stung:tour 'walks,' hitting two pawe pawed
d pawed men, iandt allowing single,
kr woiCa, netteciqne :Atlantic stuck...
Jg six xuns.': Ade Fastfichs leught
harke -scoring. twice in the -second
Dr inning; .011Ce : tne And
oviceL in -tee r a
Lai, the elicit 'soudipaw.; 'of .'the

,
'game With' the' Ai Mad Foiees
sAinday's first gamei, After five
players, had inindled: the ball the
twir, killing was completed and a
quick throw to second, erased Ia.).
other' rutmer but as. there', was
one' out when, the'plak. came ,r,,pp,
'the' third' out. on the., ,contipuoul
play Was' not needed.' ;
' : :
., Changes ,in Schedylfoy
At -a' meeting of the.' :tOurnivi
.ment',-, officials after the' second
;line 'on, Stinda a 'change in the
sebedule' of ulicoming genie" swas
decided, unn- -r
Vnder,k the-, new-ichedule71,0,4
Forces Will: play :tliek Atientlei
irst'aalne at Fort 1
Sattirday :with, the ;Fatliclie 'f
Curundw, 'both: Pacilie;o; e
team's, ; playing' the afterniece. fl;:s.'
sonde the, :AtIPotie 1!;4,!PF
the,14'st game) r::1!
'Armed Forcee wilrPlay
'in the 't&ht -6a
: Saturday;' :Atlareno:;k
Win play. FOree in
itatne :With.Curtiridu d
Pastlitir ineetiIff,ittthe ilighteRN, ,;
, ;Sundit-',the' final 'dot
totu'nsmentf f'211ne,,,Ikt' win :-
e.!no.i, Force-14 'the :petvq.:,i- .1 :
the Atlanties witsi:Va if
the st5Orid and final
'Box leores, 'Of 'thC first .7 t u
gemes: 2,-.4 4
. ,...
,

able,- to caw,.
thak attack,,,,ha4tug up .11, Strike Strikeouts!,
outs!, Strikeouts!, ill the process.
7 Ationlics 46in Again
'1, The Sunday,' gybes 'were ,COL,
ple merry,go-rounds,,, manager
NtirssrFieFijiasitlitterch-14),-n
out 15, hits' for 14 ,t4,1..'
over 7 Armed Forces- in the, open opener
er opener 7and the,. Atlanticr,keeping
reCord Clean' With en eVen7easier
15 to 1 win over,. Curtmdu.
The opeatti -700 Fortube
of, the" Fastlichs limited. the Ari2
ed Forces team to, a, -pair', of sin-1
ctigtm-m; binobg
i'les,,One- the' opening o n d
ankthe other in the last' I r ain
MeaAwhile, the Fastlich gang ,Ivere
making ,merry ,at expel of
two Armed ForCet their.
12 hits enabling. them to Score,,tri
every-, round but :the silttlk
the second of Abe, ',un.C145'.
twin, bill.the Atlantic Teeners turn turntheir.15
their.15 turntheir.15 softies. into a 15 ,to
with lot Rodriguez, the, righthand.
er tb peculiar 'delivery,
blanking' the Curundu 41ing'in. all
but, the sixth kilt:tit!. :
A ,, fast ,rieublo,' killing i
flown Curunciti eisitees, 1
thei first Wang' : arid ht- their
ehlf el the sarneVeriund' thO'
'antics' went' to 4 work,I,Iscerine
five in, tho iffest, two, kt' each of
the 'second,: third; end I
, rounds, and four' in 7 filo, fourth.'
There ere 7severat fine 'fielding
features intife',' first round 'of
games, the outstanding ones being
the .iatch et 'a' foul line drive
from the' bit 'of 'Frank Leon
Saliador: Gerard, 7, "the' Curundu
third lacker,WordenTrench
the ,7 Fastlichs-,'Itarted a 'double
plarinAbe innint::31 thatt

Tur:n.tY,, Ar::L 13, 4

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,' Totals ',, :", 24 V4 12'10
Score', by Inriings' l
Teems ;', I 2 4 5 5-4,H
Armed 0 0 0 0 04-4 .2
Curtmdu ', 0 1 0 0211-2 4

- Summary -' 4
- Runs batted in Swanssnrror-1,..
tune, Dykes. Time-base hit Oe.
rardi. Two.base hit Batcheldor.
Sacrifice hits 3. Portune,,Thom.,
as. StOleti basesSwanson, Brown. 4
lig; Peterson, Thomas. Struck,:'
out-LBy Rivera 6, by Dykes, 4., hi
Altizer a. Base On ballOff Rhe'',
ra 3, 'off Dykes 5, off Altizer 3.
Hit by pitched ball By Dykes
2' (Denson and Rivera)., ViT i 1 d
pitchRivera; Earned runs...Pass.,
ed balls Denson, AltizerHits to
--Off Dykes 2,in 5 innings 0 'out-
in 6th inning), 'off' Altizer 0 in 1 ; e
ACOOtintled, On POAO S?

:SERVICE
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MALAGA,' ,,' ig:11 A TAO
" Gregg Palmer. Hayet
.!ougGMBIES OF MORA lAllu

I. CRISTOBAL t '. 5, I aiti
, .rItabeal Vaughn 71 Robe Smith
''. "NO TIME TO lig YOUNG" '.'-
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'Pattie Medina,
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MARGARITA 4It'S:OS
Marilyn Monroe Betty Grabby
" "ROW TO MARRY A
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::,' Pedro Ramos,' whb,specializes in as well- : ,-, ,, :,':',',, April 18, at the. Diablo Bowimg ,.-!, 7 :.
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- Eisenhower cheered -him' and the bases on a- walk' to Dod Buddin. Agewood, Carde.serl,indbyeAusti. n. ,'
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',-', ,,Washington, Senator& to a 5-2 ,:vic. Pete. Rulmels1 single : and -Norm ,. -',',' ., ; ;;,:-.',';, ,,,i A-,-:,, ,,
, : tory in the opening game, of the Zauchin's error.on Gene Stephens' i.,-,,, Postpo,nect 'matchae::plaisit ,''',,. : ' .:.,,,,,,..,. .. . du id stint,- game of Saturday,':::i, i ii
,:, .-- . - '-',-, :',: ,, fielder's- thoice, grounder.. lt,, was -, '2 s, ,,'''T,-,,,,,-4',,-;'!,,,it.'.-t'',,.;,,-'' , ,...,;,i'ii;,,i:','',.',.:::',;.:::!?'.:-! : :,'!!:. :: ,.. , ,:,.: :: : :: ', : ;,1,..:,-, : :,:,:o , P 11 as riot needed ,, ' . ''
, pril .12, protested' by Ctirundu.-- ,. ,:, ; ,, ,, -,,k,:.:, ,, ',--,". ;: ', ,::!
' Th president thrill), "out ; two. at this crucial point ',that Yost ',I- riththree pf -tliehl Idor. howlers :,, : :: :'::5'''''''.:::::,,::,::::::::::,,..,.: ,;: -: : -::, -, :-:::::,::: :: ,:,:.; ,i:5. .i:,
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As Results, of:. Gemits ,ef,,-,Satorday, s,-', .'.', clia-n' ges-:'inT:ic:i-hs-cluip;,:'4,-,..:'..:2..,,t,,,
', teremOnial first' balls.---Then' Ra;, saved 'the ,,,day for' Ramot'end th.the, States' participating in", ;an -:
' ''''''L took charge' of -.the profes Washington by' spearing' Jetisee's SII-Air Force tournament, SeymoUr .::::,.i,..,:,,m,,:i?.i.;,::::;:::::;:,,, ,:- : : :: : 5:::::.:-,;:,,:::::,,..,,:,::,i:,:v,::::,,,,,,;,:,,.,,I,,, ,:,::::,,,,,,,,..,:::....,,
, mos hiit,Unilostmne their :: :::::f,.,.!::::::1s,,ii,,i,.,,i.:.;:: :,:: ::::: .., :: ::: .,:;:.--I:1,.i:'::::qi:,::V):,:,:::i::,,,-:,:..-o, o ,::,:,,,,,,,:,,,:. : ,,-- ,;',:,,,s..,; ,, ,-,"!;; ,--,-; ,i.,7' :' ..-',- :r.- At a meeting Of th ' -.' '-
- '' -r, :April 11 ,',; ,-,,-",- ::--,-, t e :;tournik ,,,r
' : ', sional .pitching.- .1. ,' --,,..---' ',. -,,l,'. '''. i bid for,, a. lin. ,e-dr. ive. doublei i-.;:, ;.:,-.s. Agenc:::
:".... -,,,;,,,-,v,', ',.'',- games witiv-Cartr,Viand Age- : , Men officials 'after -the'
i,- At Mount Jlope '-'', ;',-,.- second
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' ,', After getting '-, ett'-. to' -Iv Anigh -r,,,, -. ,,., ,-.1-, ,...7 ,,;:,,,-, ,:t. :..,..! :,, ,,i,,,:..,,..,,,, same on, Sunda a 'change In the
,,,, '-, start, the cuhan. fireballer -.,,E4,1 L,,;',:',t: Jensen'. Hits ..kf' 0"P1-er''''''-!;?...7,;,,,".';'1.,', Wued:. W. hem.,the.. Se-:-PeSPened games ;1''''',, ..1',,,,,":,.:'.i,.'::':.';.':'::''':!::;:''..:.',',:',.;':7::'::::,i'.'s.'''':,::..,::' :.: ':'::.;,,.,::::::::';:;.::;::::::''j:!:;1,!il:',',:::.i.iil,";-----..'i,,,,;;;;;,.,,,;:, :,..,:,::,!.:!ti:' '':"""':'-'::-.':'
''," -', --:,' .,-, ',,:',,:!,!!...'-,!, -,, '--4. Were-P11,1Ye(! -11'.., e, :"su'tS were cl-is- :,', ,o': :,,:;:,:,::iii,i,,,-::,;',::,:;:',',;!';:':',1,' :, ::':' -, ;, ,:;;5:;:.; .:::,i,,i'ii,:k'': ':'' '''',.' ,,,,,,,, decided mien - ' :
' ' ':, tied doom and' 'yielded ,only- five 4,.. ':,.
' .. ,.' hits to the Red Soit.' One of these Polon. got, to.,Rambii,.An. the em,aaulse1001,t tht,hee"-zpoeY'riluthoulor,'eeigehurpo- inne.,t,s- ..,,,,:,.....,,,r,:::;.-,..:::.:,:::.:.,,-,::i::::z..i.,,::;,,:i,;::;:,,,;:ii::.-::i-,i.,,:,,,,;,...,,;,:iiille;,),',;liii;::iiiiiiii,:i,ii,:iiii::::::::::,..:i,:::.::::,:i.iiiii:::21,11,11121iti:.,..;Iii.:4::.11101.1.::,01,01,11,114,1i.::::::::!,.::,:::::::;:,z...:::.,.:.:1::i.:,,ti:::.;::,;;i:.::-::,..:::,1 ',, (,,PRAreuostauentsttitsic:a.' fTb,eyoenuaCerm:itr::s0.6n:,.intfsait.intl,dic..bity:. :,F, 6
, "- was Jackie Jensen'a tworwi hom- third; Buddifi Opened with, a single oeymour oronneu seven, our to ::,, ::::.:,,,,,,::,,::,:,.:,:;!,.,,:4.t,i,,:,,,,iiiiiNi,x,:i.,,,(,i,,,,i,:vii::iiii:,;mi::i,t,:;,:,i,:ii,,, :N:::w.:iiii'.iviioi4wi,:,,:-;:n.g,k.;,,,-i'g,iiK:i:ii:i:i,,.:,-:',i,:,.:.::',',:.i:,:,,,i,,i:::::::,::::,,, .. ,, .: ,, ': ,--- ,:' tJc;isurrs- 711:gild:I' ine;P:11301Yat:ttir-Fas ocAriffili.:,, 1:17,t.si'-.:,-;,till et :',,-h4o
,, ';1 er, "into the 'left 1, tenter i field and 'went to ,second While ,Roy
Carta Viejo and three against Age- :': :,- ,,,,,H,::,:,0:M,iiiffiii:',...:,i!iwi,,ii,;i:iim,.:iiii.'i:-'::'',:,e,i,!,x,i,::ii,i,iUi:?:i.,:ami:ii,::'A,:i,,:i:iigi'i,i:w.,'5,,-a,:-ii,i,:,::,,,:i,:.,,,:!:-i::,,:::i::,,,::::,...
' : bleachers in the third Inning- ',.' Sievers ; was hotting the b a I
w,00d.,.These defeats dealt a 'deittli;,',:,.r : ,..-3.4',,Oioii;;A:, :,,U. "a'&:'i'.: .:,!:4,i':'.:H,:v4'."i-fAHH'....4::0;1,.":"Q::,..!,14,-!::,Q,gia, sii.'"4,,qtaLi'''',i'"Ziliailalkai'lgriaZ:;;;;;:;.ij
" ." That was the beginning and the around.' Then Jensen crashed a
olow to the. Seymour chances or ,, : : : , , : -,, : ,i ,,, ..! k,,,,,:, ., ', ,-..-., ,,,, ,,,, !,, -..,,,,, i ,
I ''' end:. of the scoring fer Boston, 1-2 pitch into the bleachers, for
the crown : -:'' ' ': A ::- , : ,,: : , ., . ,. ,,... , , ,. ,, -..... ,. .;..,,, ,,,-, ,,, ,,,.,,,,. ,. , e afterHece. ilic,,,,0
's '' which played withbut : Ted Wil- two runs- ." ,, ,' '' 17' ,, ',': ),,,,,' -- ,",. AII-oTAR PREVIEW-o-Fort Kobbe's all-star seiond ,baseman 'Billy Bridges' 'polishes up his i" ,, : gondol, : the,:-Atipotie 'will 1,ofijeso -
'''' '''''' '' s . '--A''' At Mount MOM -:''''-: '':1
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ems sidelined with an upset Boston starting pitcher Frank -, , doutilb play pivot with teammate Larry Stockstill :in -',, preparation for Friday t night's American : ,
1, : L'----' ' Sullivan,- ak' Washington tnemesis In', the' first :.,' of,, 'the, ,postponed ,,Lerion Pent"' at Balboa Stadium ', Fort Kbbe,- 1958 PAAF, pennant -winners, will 'take- on the :Atlantic Teeners 44, Cur.
undu 1.- run u (6' the, Itrst -gamei in il'Itt
11, Artned For ,-''' ilr''' I 44-'''"'
.. stomach, i ,
Matches 'Agewood. Were, on their' : : i ,,:; .:.1. ::: ,.. I ,,, .,,, cea NV ., p air fistlic.4'v7.4
s , ; ' , who had beaten the Senators 10 Leasue,sri-stars in a two-out-of-three series in direct support of the Canal 'Zone, Boys State, - ..., ; ''' d : ., e -niaht --Caix ,P,'-r., ,,el ', l', ,:--, '-,',1
I .; '' Drives In Winner ,. ti.
mes out of 14 attempts previous- way to smother the Seymor Agen- program., Tickets costing gt for the entire series' mity -be purchased at 'the:American Legioir Club : '1:2:''''C''''ur,,;'''::.;:iii:'':'-'.,i;:;::'ntil'ilt.litlxim:n.4:dsuSell:.ept''ut:fabrydeia..'nulygrie':e.ww7n:tr8Np'iPc'llgteu:degu'
A ril 19 "',.711'
Games OT, Satur Sift P : n'1 Saturday' A I'Iff 'An t '''''''
... .. .. . ly, seemed, to have the situation cy for ill four points, when Seym- in Balboa, or at Any ALS. Army pest special tierices office.,. Friday's opener- will be plaYed under Fort, Clayton : ,
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,, -, Our rolled an average butput ,for A , ,-, ,, - ,,.. . , ree -in ,, 4 e
-:' :'.-'. Ramos drove in iyhat proved to wen in o- hand until the zourui. the lights beginning' at 7:30 p.m., as 'will Salarday's enconnter 'If the third geme is neeessary, :
classic league : team; while' 'kit., :'' ArMeif Por' 'C'eS'; Vat''' Atlantic' Teen- 't.rs''' qa me" witif'Curtindu i n d ., 2
' b the winning run during a sixth. Then he -yielded a home rtid ted
- e wood faltered and tossed "WI', th. It will be pinyed ea Sunday, April, 20, at 2 P.m. (1LS. Army,ptioto) ,,,i '','-';',1', !' : ';': ', -- ,, ', '," ., ,,,,- 4.-, ,, , : y attlith ineettne,ftethe: nightcap, '''.
Jim Lemon: who lashed the. ball, -- - -- ', ' 6rs at 1 p.m., - ,,- , ,,
' hich the Sen Sen.
. Sen. :: inning uprising m w iourth point.' With Seymour Agetn- ,,.,;.,: :.' .-- s: ,,, , ., '-:":- ' ''' :..' ''' .. '' .' :' '-' '': I' '01 h. Curufidn' at 3 p ni iln SundaY.-; the' final -dav et -,...,.'-'-',:.
t I ntors scored three uneanied
runs deep into the left center I i e I d
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bleachers''y i'
" -7 But RaMOS might not have been .. os s si g e, a WAIN to,
n 1 ,, cy way off the beam, Carta Viejo '' '''' : E ',. ;s ,,, :,,,-, .",;': ,',. ', ; ,, ,, : , .. ', ;,,,, .' -,,z,; .,; --,. ,. ,, .- ,ori, 1,1 win :. ,r,i4 :,...
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L' .. '' '''' ''' '''''' '''''fl?'"s -- t I A '1;26'1 e.!,1,,i, rnre.d7in 'the :c 11.4 ,- :
'. :. around for his heroic pitching and rookie- AlbiePearson and Sievers' waii'next to pick on the uidortun- , Games -of Sunday,. pri
o th AU ti ' : Pe '''':" '' -..''
ate victims t did. not take much tnors, ut r::,:' o',:,, u s:::! ase ,... t an cs wilt,tioli Avith :East'''''
., ,, -- At Pet,,Cleyt011 -.;;' ,r-, r li i th e' 'd d
-.. batting role' had it not; .been for single -tied. it, up in the 'fifth,' ,', plucking bicause only. one Seym- liel ', ,--, ,!,,,,, ,. , ,, le n e s con an final .,-,,,,.: -
' .' '' the sensational play :' of ,veteran LeEisenhower ,led the cheering as our bowler went over 500, and Car,- ,:' ,'' ',::'4''''' ' ''''- '' ''. -".:!
';',: ,,, L :,-,,,...::,f- ,:: .,.,:,,,.,: ..,..::,, ".Z, ; ;,,:...''",:'',., ,', 2 ' '.1 '!''' :L''''' Ailk'nlle 'refuters ti,a. Carundit Ii', SOX.. cores, 'Of r.' thbJirst .7 t 0 u r '',' ',''
i' third baseman, Eddie Yest. ,' mon circled the 'bases' on his, ta Viejo wrapped uPfour points' ,'''' ;' : '''': ."-' '' :',:'-' ; -- ' ' L '. ;", ,;:','.; ".;,..,',;.. s' ' i.,!-':-,-, ', .'', ;:- ,- ---- . -,, , '. !- games: ,',,, t ,-;... ., -: -.i ,i ,- ..4
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- Yost, fighting 0. eep his -10h, homer.' The, President,' who. kept , -' ' -: '-' -.
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i ''' cut off ,' two ; and possibly three his own Vox' score, claniped his' :,,'' R
, ... ogu or ma c es ...:, .... , '. .. '' rmed Forces 'viL Yastileh, at 3- ,,. ,. .! ..,
,, ; Boston runs in the very fhst in- Pencil between,.his,tee.h. and 1P- :. ., so 1 ans, ac c'W- ere... ..,-, e on ;
g ,,...,,,.:,,,,,,.,..,,,,,..,,, first 'Gains eV toturdaie '"'-''' ---4.t.
Pttl,, '' '-' ''' ' ' '' 'A 'I 12 1 '-'' ''''''''
ni. d twO pri
, ,,Tne Atlantic Teenets,, Se-e , ,,,,, 4 !,;11,:i.', ..,,,,,, r;,,,, 4
ning with7, a, diving, belly-sliding pla,uded, Lemoa 'vigoreusly,!" . .,
': CardexeLindo -1Evintude 3 :, ,':'' -, ''' '' '-'-- ''' ' '' ' '' '''''' '' "' ''' ' ' :'' '' '' ,. ' '' ; ''' '' :
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' ' "' '' '- ' '' ' .' ictorts at Motitt40P,:over :Abe ,,i''''K' i' --,' ,, ,,; ,
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" grab of 'Jensen's vicious low liner P,,. ,, ,,,,,..- ', , -,. H ,,,,,. ,..,- L-f ,. 4 ,'., , -. 1 , ,' ,,,. ,,, .. ,,, . ,,, , .,..,'t, '. ,.u.
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! ' with the bases loaded. That pulled Ike Cheers RaMos , um., i,
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teolc'the '2 lead,',Io ivied :Porces,',:''iAll' 'R. H 00 a iOf i.'',1';
ewood.and Cartalfieja '' fli.,1 : hi h Swanson' 3b 7. '':, 4, -1,,, 0 2 .2 I' ,474;'
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1 ,' Ramos out of ,,a ,big jam. Then, ,
' ', '""a'' -n-a
- By.GEORGE M. TRAUTMAN ',,,' tile four-team 'try0iits:',frOm- W c , a .- 1.,,'.., ..,, ;, : o
started the Cardoze Linde:team : ( '' 7 dO I -- '.
' 1 ... after throwing a home run ball The President forgot his peanut f
mished the job on the ,: Seymour '',, io. -'' F. ' ' '' '''''' ''' .L '''' :"'' 'the team' to:, represent',the,2tanal r 11
o tine,. 4:411s:;.,..'s''0''0 :z ''' '. ' l'
' ' P 'd '' th -xi al V' 9' W toor Brownirig,; If ',, '2 0 ',41. '0 i 0 11 ;,,,,-,0
Berg, ,,er.-,,,, ..-...:,-;,:-k-',k,2 ---0 ; 0 ,e. '1 ,. '',, . z
,,-,-, to Jensen. In the ,- third,' Ramos MUdehing and rose to his feet bowlers attd eliminated, -, them '' '; 1 I rirl."a1100.0 . i rem tint, ',National Assn. of :Zone ,at e. a, uu .,,, ,. ,..:;,..,, 1: i.e.
13 t lieldor -' 31,V. ..". .4' '' -tkf
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' yias Ambeatable. again when Sievers singled home eom f
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pletely. While Seymour bowled :1', P ,,,., ::,'Professional Baseball Leagues milieu'. in 'et HerstieY,'ets, w ii
th t i B
e .3, ng run- ut the Chiet Ex. ,,,,- Denson- -e i ,, .:,. 1-.. ti, 1 1. 1411. '44'
.. .; L' '''''''''' ''''' ' '" '"''' ''. '' be selected.' '-'')", '-':,,-:t,:-":';'y' , ... ..,.. . :,.
th' k t' ''''''''''' '
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' ''. Yost : topped off a spectacular
ecutive really let go when- Raines better 'in this match, they were no '','' -.4, rz,......, ', ''' COLDMBUS, Obfo':(VP) 'f--.''' tble y --..,' ....,-.4ioit.4.
- performance by driving in. the match for the power of the Dim, '': ; Pete'rsen, rib- .;,-.'",:.;,, ) ,I,It'.1) ',. T,-.0 ; e., 1
, ..,'-' last two Washington runs with a singled home what proved to be rude Motors who ayeraged 195 for in e :Surat uhang kr4- 'the
4.,J , .. ... ,,,,, ., ,. : ,. i' .,' it the yeor of the '''old pre,' end six ywis 0 , .. ,. ,. ,,,
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S, rf I -, ;-' 1' 1, .0 0 a 2.-,.
f, the dee
' ',, slashing single to right-his sec- 'sive run and Yost iollowed the tviel id,,aideli...entry.',--'scoreI
t -, r : ;('s ., ', 1 0 ,o,-,'"' '" '''' '' : -' 2' '''' -be,-, ore ,stands ',, for promoter.' ',;-::,', g4iole ',Vila the';', kaS,44 ;'-,-- RI ' ' t: i ;
ve linee of bowling. -,:.---,1 ,,' -',' : ''' '''''' s '' ' ' '''' '. ' ' ''
. with a twchrus single that'assurect . ,. , , verso, p,7...,. 7,4 ..-:7 ,,,t) '.,b, 11 '.3 4 ''tii.'
t .4 ond in '.five, appearances ; at the 'th Only 'in the middle game did the .' .' ti es,''''Sini-.'etiaeted
, to,... put America li represent& y , : ,, , ,, : . ,,. ,, .., ,.. . : ,,, ,
-', Washington ,, victory. He E i AMERleAN'LEAGUE- s ot :' : NATIONAL, LEAGUE '',-1--,': , i ''' ' '' -' 'AO' a:Victory' -bat- (' ''' .''..,-'", 6-r-t'L-4,'-':- ',ill'
, v nrudes :relax and ', Seymeur ,' ''':- :,,- ,, '''4, 1.- ' ba bal fans backwhere, they ,be utroitga 10' a,,O,' ; ,r; T '' -' ' i :' .4 ..1,
, ''i .' ' The victory 1) o Os t e d Ramos' !jumped up and down and cheered. p i .'. ;'1 W I4,' ,,,Met.,, 3 :,, ..-1 t,.. -' .t,-,,,,A,,,,,,,,...:.. IV I., Pet- G3",, lOnf oti ,,,th ' .I. cl,,,- ,,,,,,,,beeday otals.: .,,: '-.;:- 19 41-.1' 1S' sa i'
t ,, at,. e ba,11, park and tirday,'afternoOk: en ,01t , ) ,7.,. ... i -'..:, ,,,,.. .., .). .,., i ',
, . d n th'e rt 1 to b ;
ounce o oppo um y gra .,. 4, 1. ,;,,--' -,?,.,4-,,' o ,,.., ",, ,ch- ''," -...--; 0- 0 000 '. i,' ,- - : -.
- Poor fieldin d or -, ''
1 I : lifetime record against ,Boston to ,,., g .0 pp t.. a u s a d a noint While h 0 ,i. titnk' "v" leaff0, - ef-Pi .a ',,
t-e Sevmnur herrik,'wasningion- ,.., ., ..:- .- ,,,,,,,- .,,,,.. , ..., way from tho inor-woll hom;. ,Avtoraeon LeeV rettli, , ..,.. ,, ... ., .., .-, -,,,,,, ,,, 411.,,

Meradden, ''rf ,'',.. ,,,' 3 in, :0-A0 -it '- i ,;(,..i'
uvan seemed league leaders; determined fo a Foing to treat th'em to. real 11,,tr aarneAli, oil ..I.C4';'..,46-'iut,errisoorfaii,
since 1932 when another dtegubli ...0 Walikeltl OW
out of trouble,- when Herb Plews enge the loss of teat of th I v-I
--IDetrott ' 0 0 ,,.000 JA rnuatteipma u .,. u mu, ,...- --- ---- -- ------ .----- ----- -.1. - -- --- ---
can presidentHerbert Hoover
and Rocky Bridges, flied Out. ',', twelve points.: 1 211- New York ; 0 0' .000 t IA Pittsburgh -:, ',',- 0 0 .009 ,,-,,,,,,f Metcalf;, IbT;,, ; .! 3 OA :,,--1 1 -0',. 1
' ; threw out the first bait
It vinrudo .- ',. ;; '17.;,''', ''''' ''',.' :
,, I: ,e --"Kansas City 0 0 .000 13 St. Louis -,, ' auauf,iiwss,Yr. iant ;;,,.k'rekl;' LOILim4 Miler iel) -,;, -,4,g, -1:t 4,0 i, 4 1,,t 'L,..,:'
' The 'Washington victory also But Ramos greeteehim 'With It'''' ' .., ,. -',-, Boston : -,;-' 0 1 .000 112 San ', Francisco 0 0 .000 ,,',:,-- ean.,,escaPe from 4 th6se ,g,!blue-bv
0 0 .000 .....-', DO plaYerS in action where they or ,ue.p4tuieni, cOrninanuer -Ainiti
snapped president rEisenhower's hot smash oi ) third ,, baseman Suarez' If '
. twogame "losing',, streak, is an Frank Malzone's ',arm, scoring Soyster ; -, ;,:,;:' ''' 201'4187 213, aO1 .' ''-'''' Todayss Gaimos.' ; ,' .,,,', .,. ,..
1; '1- ..',....... -.. .,', ,. ,, ''.',' srnterl on a CommerglaLby-eolt Leugeei eau Iota:ten: tne nitt,ter4, ,. 2 0 0 1: 0 0 ,",' I
. ,'. -.....,,,-,.; .,1 ,,. -;,, .,. ,, I , -. ,. , , ,.; ,, ,, bloc, picture. shows that are pre- ston, represenung ', tne ;,rastlich tinderwboo,-,ct 4 4 2,7, 0,,. 0- 6- 0 'm.,,, -. i
opening-day pitcher. This was the Lemon; The ball bounced into lett Lit(l?1,n,de --I6,,,..,"?' L,94,..'' .142PAggt 525 New' York .at, Boston '. ',' '''' ', ., ,'., ,.; ',,- i'.,.',. '. ,-, illereial ,basis.,,,', 7 -. 3 A,. ..,.. '...i, .k lor ,ati -Pikorilail ot the sir,At. baU, gera,rd.,ii' ;b....! ' ',2'' I' 1 ,', 2 5 3,...1
, -, sixth. straight opening-day appear- field -where Stephens "'kicked it 1"41144C1; ' 7' ''''' "I 1171 1841, 592, .4mashington at Baltimore ', ', '',''' .".Todsy's Games '..., , ',...''',.' '' ..'-' -'' '-'41, 4 ''10:',N., we ; orme4 eurce,s,.,teant., egbOo etgldb:,.t.'5A- '...4t,4. ,3 0 0 2,.1 1 ,'.1 t
DYkeitP ,--,. ,., ','''2 0 lel. 1 0 ,':. i
,' once tor the President, wha was around, permitting Zauchin' and' Toland i' 1 t ',. kO,i3O55 7ag 2320 ,', Detroit at Chicago 0 , ,,.., ,.. I 1. .. .. ,, ., .. ,,.. ; .. t. 'Do Iti Oursolves': iolost t. out a 4-101 ,iittory '. over Curuneti
rooting for the home, team, ,"as Ramos to move into scoring-1v. Seymour '' ', ', - ,',i,, '; , -,,-, Kansas City at Cleveland : S 'Pittsburgh at' Milwaukee ,' ''!. ,.: '.', ' ''' ,11' '',t,, t yi, '0: AIA-41 game wnich went stkVit 42
,n, .o.1,d,:. st, ,, ,, :, :,.,. ,..:. 1 0 -. 9 ,': 1.. 1 0 $
,, he always does." The 'Fisenhow. taloa for Yost's single., Sullivan Richardsinil'' 194 194 :qaa'1574 il-. -- -', ,........ 1,, , -' ,- Philadelphia at Cincinnati ', : This is a' job 'for 'mewed strong nings. -', ,,,, .i,,,,, ...L.: ,4 ',.,,,,1 ,., l',.,. ,... s 4 : 'L..-
er pitching administration now yielded all, of 'Washington. runs Sowers' -; 238 -181 168 587 ? ,, Yosterday's Results i '''t Lns Angeles at San Francis6 bearis and' durable' will. Itr Is, a ., lotto -to' this ,,, noisy ,consod ,, byt ,' Totals ,, ,, '',.. 24, ,V4 18' 1.0 6 ,,, -'.
has a record of three opt ning-daY and six of its.,eight hits.,sMurray punes .!. 160 '216 213 589 Boston ', 002 tom 000.-2 5 3 Chicago at St. Louis (N) ', "dOlit ourgelvis"' project anct I'm .th ,(110111110. toi41i"11 .th. .'. "- .. ' .,. ,..,,
, victories, and thr,ee, defeats for Wall took over at the start of the Cascio 188' 170 182 : 830 Washington 000 113 00x -:-8 s' 2 z : ,,,, .,; ;,, 2 ,. cheered 'by the reports, -, front winnors siwputio tn..' gams'. st ; l'.' 1'. '.; ',1Sore'.1tly Innings' 14 ....''''',
Washington. ),o seventh and gave tip o h 'totals , 70 711 .749 2280
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' i Perfect baseball, weather-w-sunny ,, -:1,-4,;-4.-41-,t..1.4,,.....,,,
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' Yost topped off a spectacular ....; .. , ., -, 7- 7 b lected ,,,. .,,,,,.., ,,, zt :,,,..., .2. ,..-. -,
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) ,- last two Washington runs with a ti I d
g e home what proved to be rude Motors who averaged 195 for 4..,.,, ,,, ,,, .... ,, .,,, ,,,,,,,o, ,:, ,, ,,, , s the yeor ,.' ,t Thoinits, .rf i.... .....,.. v. n J..,
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t ', slashing single to righthis sec- h.e decisive run and Yost followed the twelve linen of bowling. ,, N,1 ,,:, : - ,'I:.:, l'-... : : (f l' ,f .. ,:',r,,',. '. .', ..' : ,':" ,, ,...i. Zhe.,pro standc,for,proinoter.' ,;,:.',', g'"ine, ,wita tiii'",14'agtitgit Leaeu., ni,,,t....
.with a twthrun single that'assurect Only to the middle game did the ;"..'''' ; ''''' : '''' 4 :' ''' ..:''''" 6 "r"7, 1 Of the "oid prO,"' end six ,,rwls in thetirst ,iniank,04 the , r t ,, 0 ,,
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; -... ond in five. appeitrances at the
Evinrudes relax and ,', Seymour T. ioNii. .,... i: E. A. 4:u E";7, :,,,.:''..., ,'' We're out .,; to,:, put ,-,Amerien'n sepresentativet ina', C 0 a g t,,It, ti, '7, 7,,,,.,'".', -,.-.4.. -, 1 O''. 0', 1, .2 11- ''IL';
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baTball fans back Wire they ,be LiiitiOka! to A gta:', a,. ii-etorY7. -0'4- '''' '''' ' 1-.',' ",:,. -""r.,,-' illl
jumped up and down and cheered. ,,,. AMER,14N-LEAGUEJ '7 tt ,c. ', 'NA
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' The victory I) e e s t e d Ramos'
'- Poor fieldin stliplort .0 potmced on tire opportunity to grab h. ve- ;,-,,,1,..14 ,,. i ,
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Was ington, - , 4.0011,1-,,,,,- -A--oicago ,..t ,, v v uvu
' 4- 'away ', from the four-wall' hum- attekAioun tatg, ,rlitifm og,'kettr, ko-i-;,4,,,',,,:, ,: ,,,. ...,..., ,q,,,i,-;,::,.,,,':,.:,7.,.,-.., ?lit,.,,"
1) lifetime record against Boston to .. , g -, 7, a o g g d a point' While, the Seymour aggre4
1! ., 12.5. :,, ,, ,,.,..: .: ,b11111Vall 3 ,,,f -dm all. :..,. ,,Budclin gation is out,,they will have a lot Baltinms 4 .0 -000 ....Vs Cmchmati ,,, 0 ,0 ,000 ity-7-,ts ,., lir
tful 61 their living 'toms and du 15 to I, 4tor:, Mee .stctottt ',1114,0,,, -1 -t-'.:'.1'4,.,,,Iii.4,'-';v1,-,4,,s, e ,,,:, ,,,, I : ,t 21 ,,,r,' I i-ittke
i I It also gave Washington its first ?puled the Washington sixth by to say who is going to be champs,
7bo,y..t,T,F 1.,.e.m,?n'l r51,,que grounder: because Fridiy .they take on the Chicago ,- ,, 0 0 : .000 IA Los ..L Angeles -.. 0 ,0 .000'. ,.----- k d day "L-rirs"''. MICA '4'Suritlity : A TOtale ':, ,:;.;,.,. 19 ,4", e2 11, i; ,,
thege- dancing plug& on the front 9,,,,..v.,..- A'!:;,.",',,,,,,I,'.,,,i'0,',.'7,'-is,''', i1747,,tP..Cartirld0 .....:,, ; ; ',Alt R Hfst5 A l',-ir
i opening day triumph over' Bosto Cleveland ,, 0 9 -', -000 .' '.1'.1 M.H.Y711.14. '. (2 2 A22 ;'"--r -' of the 21inriti aiiipitird tlihA Wel'ro .:, ili tha 0DllinfLiar50-9E. L116 011t. Yhth 213 ", 'A.,' a .' ir 1 g' .1' f 1 41.do,

I and school kids art on street cot.
r 4 sou millycl it &US et ew,-titvtorvu g.Altpr,V -1414.10
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,A Witt :the two "300" gime -bow-. Only game scheduled. No games scheduled
they 'bowl havo me,
in the President ,add .,the 'crowd ;of g j lers domg their-otuffm , , tickets..Thero JO a re 161"nid wn." 11'6
, a der and. 7,110,, aer seihaa
26,675- -
The President ;'artived -at.. the
ptammItsanLoAmgew"dlast pfawcePe tAluisliurn
b' ll'Off rentos prelims& he 10drill)
flag-decked presidential box 16 ase TT, T1. birth
fag n casual. fti elk vs 11 110 1 I inn 1 111117Q11n
Pi lc' have not witnessed in many
" commOiiitY sPirit; that Armee Farces aim refused, Cu-,

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1 i mmutes netore geine.tinie. ne gui, 1111 '''','--noy. ', ..,' ... r'' .; :,:,',;-:-,1 603, with Boyer closi iii-witriii .1 .'. '' i ',1 ,i f-'-r-,.--,, .'',,','!,,,---, -.7:1 ,,,,,---....:: '-iii..of this rebirth of 'spirit dide ("P,ir,a7sAl,1' m-e'd: to'rfc'e-s, te;m' '9' core'd ing,' Petersoni Thomas. S tr u e it '
nar ,.. Only the middle game was close
, a cheer and responded by ,weV-, -, t '' lust happen It came about anotn., Out-By Rivera 6, by Dykes, 4. by i, ,.'
- :, ing both armsndoft., Then, with-,
ins tirst tourn
tit and Agewood p t t th l'
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pins and, it tocik Kn II throng0' our intensified promotion
6T B6'''' NIA's': Le. a-dm. -g-:.Hur le'r- ' ' .see"a nand Altizer a (Base on ball-Off Me,'
! out benefit of warmup or windup, ,.., , 4 ,,,,,,, ',. ,.,f,, ,-s,-,,,- umn by 9
-. al efforts' Our peonle have ome in the tifta innmg and hel on to
off. D k Alti '
Off zer 3. ,
' he stood up to perfc,rm an' honor.
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' GREENSBORO, $ NC, -T.iili.,',. and Damian to convert to spar() '" '' .' ' " ''' ' .' : ' ' '' 'a .- t c th n' 'Tow ut &gin unut the ra 3, Y el 5,
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es s , , ,, , ,it - to realrze that there is. more in ti walk Hit by pitched ball ,-., By Dykes v.,
' -, ary pitching assignment which Young Bob Go ,
alby gave lip, throg baby splits in the last frame. Age- ,-,, -, -; ':,' ' ,, ,, si ,-,--, ' ,,,',, '1,-,..-, .,, operating ." a bagehall '' franchise sixth when an,' err" an-, .n
one run in toe
; -, President William, Hower, cl, Taft baseb-air bonus, offers-1o, become, wood is now only ,one point out of By ALEX KAHN ,-;', spond as well as he would like.; J ''' 2' (Denson and Rivera).., W i 1 d ; 7, ,t
, ,,- 4" Man ,, JUst opening ,, the eatea. tZu,s,e,d't 'Art was pitch-Rrvera; Earned runs.Pass,, 4
, inaugurated in A910. , a profession I
a golfer, griftbe 'pay first place.' TheY 'will have their LAS VEGM,,Nev, (CP) ,,,.. Don Drysdale is enthusiastic, about throwing a few hot dogs into a 111.,es- tor Art, miner. ,
he removal of 4 i m IO
I Some of the ,fans,' ',mindful of
off started suoda with a ebb; hands full Friday when the tangle D sdate the 11-Year-old Van the' Dodgers no making,, their 1-ettle anti honitig that folks, will ikt and, a 'Ivii,' ed balls ,-,,, Denson, Altizer..Hits 9 to
, the President's love-, for gout' 'ling d $ Y - --'''----- with thi d I 'Y rY i m '1 f ril h '
win an 0 2,000 in ,,the, 2ist r p ace Carta vieja who Nuys, calif., hur er wheca ter o y ome in Los Angeles. 'He hi 'it drop, in .fOr the evening. , .,, prich gave toe Arrne ,v tee e ,. , -- ..
-Off Dykes 2,in 5 Innings 0 out- 1
' ' b h Id the
; shouted '"fore ',gall- e e annual G't, ter G b 0 are still ver , , ,-- in, etn inmngii ou 'inner e m -, s ; e
4 .,,t, Tens Orb- pee y much alive la the four seasons of professional base- hometown hoY from San Fernando we know there, la more laterogt necislon. ''' ; , ,;.(contineed. on-, Axe s? p
w,lio and 01,, roe wS d th
; ball up ready' to, throw., thi;silet golf
i, flit with an overhand high, bard --T.
tourolme,pti,,,,,,,;,, ,,..,4,. ,, i race. ,, ,,. , ''' ,, ,,, , haA, emrg d this year fs .!!le Yallefrt, Jost over the bill front LOr in baseball than ever before:, we 'sae tame between' the :Atlantic .:. ,..,

, thin. y.az 4110 cluvy, Juw uver k.ue 1.11u xr,om, Lot in baseball than ever before.'We
lee time steLwveu law -
, now, Tenor 0 e
choice of the experts to be the Angeles. , t t a nary ,4 A 11 71
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A National Leajue's leading hurler, I, would say it was a little' tr., that it still is "America's nuMber fought;bsttleu au the .way.' .1
;76. 537 said today he was 'honored by, the tra ineentiiie to be' pitching before min, enantathr onnt4 If Atari trnm. ,worden rzenen, the starting k , --,11 ;
.ru Tees..4is auu r littuiCa WitS

pine s u ght tty a s 1 th"-; Tit-tii"k'n'nlvnua ua wlia

. atniete who gave up bis golf pr( au" 169 192 ,.
176 537 said today he was 'honored by the tra incentiie M be' pitching before -.--r,ki-nrcien rzenen, the startmg
o"n";''' s'pl'eaa"ior- sp-o'rr If" litiell:euiwuZe
tr''.1- d; -it ' 7
, n ma a comp ete sweep job at Darien, Conn only tw 139 220' in 51'7 distinction :',,,aecorded him and the hometown : folks, tbe kids ,',,,
., When the President's second lateks ago after' 1.deci.din g Samaniego 198 167 any eas rable ay' of counting', hurler foe Fasilmbi was wild 11(1 SERVId. : :'-: :-, '::: 7' ''... 0;
149 '514 hoped he could live up to it-1 ', went to school with and'who, have the'lmo, u h tt 'd t gad- to-' be removed betore t a I.
, e ons w o a en games a -4 CENTERS'';',-
, ot
first ball was taught by tn.
-- "now or never" with himgand Pahl
or- 148 199 191' 536 jurhe p e r f o r m a n c e on the followed my baseball work pith' a ,
the kid level ,on up -through thl elose,,of the lirst round after Js-
,,, Totals 632 771 AM 9 ,,,
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; TONIGHT '''
. --- --104 moUnd will prove whether the personal interest.. ', ..''. rL
r VIDES hitting tWO 0 '
,, ','''' '. ) American Legion, high 'school,' col- stunk toU i. , ,
' , --,----- 1111b Goalby,' fired' a Arilliant fiat A ...,,,.
,...J c ' writers who took part hi the Unit- Drysdnle won the,i writere Ingle
--, leage, semi-pre,and'amateur sand- meeit eild.t allowmg a a 0 ,
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, 1 ' '''' A'''' -"0' I MIllill 110 livo'ittitidatt,:rtno frase or 19 ...WwWwwql k. -a In---- --11 .....,..... ...... 6 01 41tm .1,,:. U....wt. Lt -. ,.,.---!-A .2
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Arwood t teage, semppre anti' amateur wino 1,1.,-- p
' iround 66, five'under ,,Par, for a72-
two strokes Balcer 215 192 195 6021ed Press poll were correc the choice through his :record, lat
'1110PICAL hole 275. He was' youngster Said. season of 17-9,best on the ranka, the total would be far
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ere ns de fastuchs tough ,
ater thin' the 140-million plus six ru
B r 209 189 195 593 s.
abtad of the closely-bunched field ....47,e bet will be out ers club and one oftbe best' In In the second
ado baRketba t the so. backe acoting
nt But you can Who have m 1, ek.A ---
Gregg Palmer Hayet
SAWA ' JO:11 & I:Se
1."1 it An who combined
A IA at Starmtmet rm. 1.11 MA. 175 194 53o flgAttoma tsolttoes et 4. inataty hair rnnfi- tha 1.0 ml. Walea netteci the atsgek t

D.60 ---,TODAY! U.40
win, cuingInca at otarmount ror- D-ss-.11,- as iii iii. 1.,;;; ..h)a., there trying to justify tneir COBD- the inigue. (His earned rtio', aver ""- -- -- --" - -- i g,,' nee, iii ...tile third,-, and .z MBIES OF,MORA TAU" : I S
'1,411Pil number ,' pile-- spectator MOB .0 , ., I , O , ..,.. 1 I v ,..,
est Country Club' coursejor one
. Totals ..., 78g, 78 .7s2 23""3; dhence in', me by 'giving ,7ne that age of 2.69 was just, a fraction be., ,. : r ) : oyiee- in toe ;fourtn btit ,p r y, a ,. ;
. GREAT FORTUNE NIGHT! snorts event.
of the most' exciting finishes in , .,. i , nor, .. t, s hind the 2.66 posted by" teammati - '' .. st,'".' .', Laz the slick -soudipaw.; of ,the
" '' the history ', of tbe 215,000: eieot Carta Viola 3 El Panama Hilton' '1
'Drysdale 'was reluctant tO mak,' Johnny, Podres and the same as
Tap ,;a'''.Vas Reservoir' .,-, attiadiicat'.,yali able, to weat,i.. allwronm, .. ., ,, too ,,.,. .4
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' I $150, u ,
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Goalby, who had bee trading ., ., ,... any predictions whet his goal that of, Warren Spahn, the Mil., .,' , ,, ,, f -,' -:. ,!: .,- ., ,ol ,"'' thek attacko-hai4tog up 41, Strike- ,,,e0heet vauano 7f Robot Smith, ;
....! Sam' Snead of White 11 I P b ll I w uld be' this season, but when waukee ace ,who Wen- 21 ,games ,, , ,
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The ,bot and cold tl Panama n- ''
Springs, ,W. Va., by f r strokes asked if be was aiming at 20 for. the Braves. ,...
, 011' i basic:project th 1 tot p out m the process ,, 5. .. :-"NO ring TO BE YOUNG,' ) .1 ,,,,
',' 1,,, ,,,,, this vast reservoir' of- new,. fans ,., Atianitcs Villa Ansitt .', : ,,,
. Be Ono of The Lucky Winners Hilton were ice cold this week 'so i
, of These cash prises! ,, atttthe 54d-holeidina,,r,k,rh itaprd hhist Carta Vieja proceeded to put the'm- .. '-' and to bring them 'Into' our-minor The Sunday, guiles 'weee ,i
selves in the thick of the r ce th ---
toes ri h be' I can 'do It"' - -,s .,-, 4 .,,-, ',. ., ., ,..z. ,
games he replied, "if overyihine ; ,
g t may ' 11, ot -. i-,' league parks for an evening of "en- ple "of :,merry,go-rounds,,, manager ). DIABLO, nrs. tin, ;-", ; ..,
' did IV' :' ' thr a wl Drysdale, who, stands six feet, n IL
sd is as lean as a Dalooa ir uff d
ers.- George t batterinn't,' anti Sgt.' h
-00 ,' Paul Douglas , )
.: teetainment they won't', !men ,; for- . ,
' ''' ''' 1st Prize $10000' Snead hat'th''' settle for-egl 080
; 9 share of ,the sectind-plice' t, a ee point pickup. In the open- , ,
, ing session the Rum representa-
tives ran into a lot of s lit il,
p s, AB II X- ntnes a ,
greyhound, still Is ,- not Ratified i ;.,, ,................,-.. .,.
, get. We re oing this by 'special Ness' i Fasthch, team ciammmg !Patricia Medina,.
, , ,, ,
romotional efforte.., We, maY et- out 15, hits' for it 14 30,1,, nein.. ":.,,.-tnn okum,k. ..4, , ...,;
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! 2n ,; ''.0.,...;,,,...-,..; '': 25.00 Others lis' the, second-Place-8Pd
,,, Hotel took the point, but once the that 'he is in top, condition ;,---,,,,-,,,...-4 trset. the teen-agers .byliatint a over T Armed Forces, DI the, oPe otorhoo.'", A
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,, rock 'a roll band, zit' pre-game er and the. Atlantacr,keepuig lei!OL, ,,,....,- Otept Run) ,, 3 ,,
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, ''' sed ---.1,,,,...,; : 16.00 st 277 were ,,Dow;t'
' 4th ''
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THE FORTUNE NIGHT of
' PLAYS AT 9:00 P.M. M ''' P '' T
Poeono anor, 114., ony La
NapaCalif and Don Xanuary
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of Eastland, Teich. o m
, , fmal-rouod il ,tied-the,..r,ours. O.
1 1 inteewa ',It splits were removed, it was Carta
'': Wall r:- 01 Viejo an the way with every mem--nla
ber of the quartet about 'equal In the 11621 swing
the scoring column. the-podger coaches bad to cau caution,
tion, caution, him against overworking on ,, ,
, and 'Nevada.
vi,h se ,a exilic, ,,, , . ; z , i ,,, ,rea y
. '' "I'll II havyto ork harder
-through Arizona .- ; ,
.; ,w '''' '1' riarformance at home :Mate, the reCord Clean' With An even.,:ea -, ,, .,,,,,I),
- l -I' '.- Id b b ging back' an time 15 to 1 Win Vet CIIPM ,
' o sters y rm
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or ervicem n - P 1 1r
t 11 t 'I for personal apoe
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arancee The opeciiiii, ,,....,-,- -o
ti rortuhe GAMBOA'. ,'. tdia 1
BROI '
' e fellows with' Con c 1 a I of, the' Fastlichs limited. the Ar,i2 '.... "THE BOL ,,,, ,,
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Fee' If Panama Hilton '.. .- ,":
,,,,,.' ,., ord. -:.,- -",- ,,,-4 ",, ,, -1,, Allen ,,', ,, 184 ;191:,,"1,74 549 ng the httl
' "' than ever he said. I've been ,try. .:' ;, , , ', ..,, i
''. i t 'k f th I t e- J ' ' "' s
o ma e up or e, a en .,..., ,,,, . ,. ' '" badge or. buttons ,,, that lidm t omit of sin- ,. -.BAT r u.r.. ,
, ed Forces team" L.' a, -- , ,' ,---'"A'T -','.' ''''
..' .. them free If dad or, mom' eoroes Me ..one- hi the opening .i o li n d ,7,,L ; .... ,,,,
.. ON -4"ruli n4,-;nr-a,r, t' ', -. ',.!',. 'i' -, '"'""'1'.'l 4,-, ',., Voss 172 '' 186 '140 "478 of-MY' reporting:from service' and .....
Th 4Bilbee YMCA-USO-Armed 100Y-. i' t A' '' )4':', ,.. ,.. '. "' andtthe other in the last' I r a,,m e,, ,-:-------"-------"--!", ,v, ..
, , i
189 '184 '188 521 still .feel' I'm a little behind P
If in b d a C 11 to ''''' Xi '''in.cfs'ir you,will m hie the Fastlich gang ,were (11 -GAVIN, . .. TAO .'
' DOUtile hz Technicolor!' 4,,,,,.,,,,,,,..r!' 4 Schmidt,'
. , i, bermes o ers courses o y a em, ill 1 ,. ) ell I , 'le .1 .,, 1
Coffey 168 190'4: 199. 157 !where I ohoeld,,be at this stage.
-- building and' weightlifting training but, time after time, alter-wow making ,merry ,at thei expense of ... : cleo mor ... ; ,,,,
''' ROBERT MITCHIYM ' 613 .' 731.,. 611 1105 't -', iBecausi he has. not been wont- three' times', a week ',for-, men 18 special nights I have left the'ball two Armed Foreet hiirlers, their. ',.. Hugo Haag ., A
- 'Until& THIES hi ---A--004,-
i It. ,,!,,, ..., ,, ,t -- -' '1 gi' th' r as he' had
10DAY-ENCAJI1d '15 15 TetalS
w is .;.,,,,, $115.01 .., 3 t ;,. .: int as on is yea :"BIT' AND, DUN" :', ,? ''. ,-.
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years of age and over Members park and listened to the., eoM 12 hits enabling. them to agora hi , ,
.
'' "BANDIDO'N ,,' ;, Oar), CoOPer in, .,,,: Carta Viola '. o'l f 4 In ,preohnia framing seas s, e of oll "branches of the Armed Fore- ments. Casual fans,',,some 0 every-, round hut :the siSth.:, ,-: , ,',. 2..-!, , i -,
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''' ' V I R A 0 R IP, Z,..4.1t Brown !, ,., .' 116 ',',1711-216 '174 1111Y,11 his, muscle-still, do not !e-, es 4 i the Isthmus are welcome to, whom tadoitibeee to' ball genies
I In, the second of ..the ',SundaY ,
,, Vidor MATURE In ' Tony ,Curti' in, sc.' ';''' Almeda,',.. 146 116 i 201 ns ;:',3, ,,,' '. ,, ', .,', participate la these activities at itt 'years,. will: be,' saying ,'"Tliat .,
twin, bilIthe Atlantic Teeners turn- MARGARITA :' ", CIS A LOS ; ,-
- "SHARKFIGHTER" s'is g 44,3:gm g,A D' .e.,, Rudy 162 '215 )176 r.553 tit arist:1111 ass us so se
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' ; Johnny Alessi is a country boy
' out of Clarksburg,' WI ,Va., who in
some implausible-. manner, wound
, up as the August Belmont of Tee Tee,
, Tee, big in Tijuana, Mexico.
dlesides the horses ,at the Ague
, Caliente track4, Johnny 'also has
the Winter Book going for him: Un Until
til Until the US. postal authorities step.
ped in a couple of yeari ago, the
took ,was going very fast,' indeed.
You could and many thousands
did bet ,with him,by mail.
; Now the Book draws its' play
, mainly from on-the-spot investors
, and Mexican mail-order trade. If
',the horse bet on doesn't start lot?
, are out of luck. No money back.
That's- a calculated risk the Win Winter
ter Winter Book bargain'hunter assumes
in trying to beat the official pay.
off, come Derhy daY. ,
' Here's Johnny on the phone.'
speaktng from his office in San
Diego:
' "As of now we got Tim Tam
,
and Silky Sullivan co-favorites at,
3 to L Next, is Jewel's Reward at
41 to 1, then, Nadir at g to 1. There
Wit much action on the dthers.'
"Iteep in mind ive don't make
these prices. The players do.
',Same as at the track. Just about
; as much haileen bet on Tim Tam
st on Silky Sullivan aft his point,
' More has been bet on Jewers Re Reward.
ward. Reward. than on Nadir.' Hence the
' prices I just gave you."
Our interest in the odds was in in'
' in' eidental to another matter:, a well
knovm, responsible horseman, who
does not make a practice of' bet bet'
' bet' ling,- though he ft deep when
he does, is a dtivan scof scof"I
"I scof"I want to $10,000 he
doesn't finish, one, I, three in
the Derby," he told( us. 4,

, A Champ? Teams?,
, We recalied the gentleman had
, done business with Johnny on prev previous
ious previous OCCSsiOnit ,"No, he hasn't
been in touch with me," was John Johnty's
ty's Johnty's answer to our question. "We
don't handle bets of that kind, a a"
" a" nyway. I must say, though, I'm
surprised. I thought the fellow
Irnow more about horses, than
that."
As a Matter of fact, the gentle gentle,
, gentle, Plan knows horses very well, Bet Better
ter Better than most. He's been breeding
, and racing 'em for years., And yet,
in his judgment Silky Sullivan, the
plodding idol of California, lo no
more than ordinarv -"He's been
running in cheap fields and piekl--
, tiref; horses in the stretch,
to tbey make him a sensation."
, s is the bewildering thing A About
bout About the Coast, Coaster, 'a lazy lazybones'
bones' lazybones' type that ,waits until the
race h nearly, over before he
starts to roll be excites either
raves or rens. There are .no re reservations,
servations, reservations, A champ or a tramp.
4 re the other. Nothing in be be,
, be, t ,'
' Johnnyt for example, thinks Sit
I t win the. Derby

7 t win the. Derby
"Remem-1
let Una. Lap.May?,be the great greatest
est greatest horse of all time. Ile raced out
hereThere are still a lot of peo

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Silky Mighty close to him.' -And
that makes him it:bighorse.to ine."
, We-put It hyptliaficarcitieition
to Johnoyr Man-161114i bet,
'what price .woutil he lay Our triefid
on a 210,000' bet that'Silky Whittle
in the money' in the Derby? '..."11
the provision is the horse mitst
start, I'd Make' it 3 to As a Win Winter,
ter, Winter, Book pro'pOsition, p th p s
double or better."'
r , r r
', At 'an iticiona who hai al:
ready conceded the race to What's,Your-liurry,
out of Easy-Does-It,
how did the rtitic Count 'of Calien Caliente
te Caliente figure the No 2 and No. '3 spots?
"I like Nadir next best. h e n
"Jewel's Reward. Tim Taml over overrated
rated overrated and overpriced. They say
Sility's been beating cheap berses
and, here. Wh, I can run faster
than the horses Tini :Tam beat in
the rforida Derby, and lot
bunions."

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- Nothing had' been beard of -Na
dir sinte het finished fourth-beaten
by seven lingths, in the contro
venial Flamingo, whieh Jewel's
Reward won; only to see Tim Tam
get in ,on a disqualificatiott.'lk call
was put through to owner, Bull
Hancock In Feria, --,
"Narr,. -,..ver.looked better, Fif Fifty'
ty' Fifty' po, ,or than when you
saw ht, t He wasn't rea ready
dy ready for thot I was stupid
to 'tart him.' hadn't fully re,
covered frmn a serious illness that
laid him up last winter, We ,hope
to 'get him a spript 'race at
Keeneland Friday, readY him for
the Blue Crass, then on to the Der
by."

We mentioned Alessi had the
Garden State winner at It to 1 and
he said "the Man must be a
philanthropist,"
- We also mentioned the proposed
t0.000 bet, "Yes, I know about
that.' I know the gentleman and
have told him 'I'll take a piece of
it." -

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We mentioned, finally, ltlessio's
coupling Silky Sullivan with Phar
tap "That's 'like comperine
Charley Caldwell to a grade-school
coach." , .4 ,
P.S., brother IlancOck frustrat frustrated
ed frustrated footballer, is a devout Prince Princetonlan,
tonlan, Princetonlan, ,

RANEY TAKES ROAD RACE
PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (11P)--
D-n Gurnev of Riverside. Ca
driving a Ferrari, w the 14th
rnialPlitn..Sprinrzs, road r.cf,',
Sunday. Carroll Shelby, of Dallas.
finished 'mind in a Mast.

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l'ilorrell Hurls, Petethin Oats
170 Victory'Over Kent Team

- By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Manager Willie Parcells and his Boite W soft softball
ball softball team, in high spirits after a erus4ing 12-0 shut shutout
out shutout win over Kent yesterday, today were confident
that they would clinch the 1958 Panama Major
League championship this evenhl with another vic victory
tory victory at Santa Rita ball park.

, Boite W. -which has now won
two games and lost one in the
current playoff series with Kent,
needs only one more triumph to
cop the bunting. -
Kent. with a 1-2 'record; would
have to take two straight games
to be 'crowned champs. And that
seems like a pretty, tall order for
a team which has only one re reWattle
Wattle reWattle pitcheriron. man Mae
. ,
Yesterday outfielder Teofilo
Peterkin end hurler Eddie
s Morrell, both members of the,
Boite W elub,"vied for top hon.
ors in the hero department and
, It WIS difficult to decide which
was the bigger stickout. t. 1
Peterkin, a, former Profession Professional
al Professional Baseball Leagne plaYer, had S.
perfect evening 'at the plate
with two doubles and two hoMers
in four trips, besides driving in
seven runt; and scoring' three.i.'
' Morrell gave up two hits
ground rule double each to Ed Eddie
die Eddie Peussey and Bertie
He fanned eight batters and
walked only two. and in the sec,-
ond frame he vet -down the hit hitters
ters hitters in one-two-three order all
on swinging strikes,
' No Kent hitter reached third
base and only two got as far as
second. :
Peterkin's first safety was I
double to 'center In the first
which pushed across two markers
of the total of lour scored in
the stanza.'f.
, His next hit: in the ), third,
'was a tremendous drive over
the leftfield wall which bonne bonne,'ed
,'ed bonne,'ed off the roof of a tenement,
'

Bulfalo Open':
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Season In Havana:
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Sy CARL SOTO
, Art ;in'toot '14 '1
:BUFFALO, N.Y., April 15 (1.1P)
Buffalo (Bisons. given ver verbal'
bal' verbal' assurances that .the Interne-,
tonal- League will accept respon-,
,sibility for their safety, appear,
ready to open the baseball season,
as' scheduled tomorrow tn strife-,
threatened Havana.
But Bisons' club president John
Stiglmeler Insists, be wants to
get that assurance in writing from,
league president Frank Shaughnet-1
1 definitely -exnect to get that
assurance," said Stiglmeler, who
spent a hectic day yesterday tele telephoning
phoning telephoning IllinOr league commissinn commissinner
er commissinner George Trautman and the Bi Bisons'
sons' Bisons' Pompano Beach, Fla., train training
ing training -cant!).
--In Miami Fla., however, Shstlilh Shstlilhnessf
nessf Shstlilhnessf said..he had received no re request
quest request for written assurance.'
4Tertainly the lestue will stand,
behind the players," said Shaugh
nessy. "We ordered them over
there to play, and we'll surely back
them up. Naturally we're going to
protect them in every way.
The league orenident Added that
he, would accompany the Bisonr
throughout the series to see they
got anv urotection they needed, b"
be ad 1, don't 01'11k they will
need any.,
"Trautman said he talked over
the situation with Shaughnessy and
that Shaughnessy- had assured him
(Trautman) the league would, s'
sume full resnonsibilitv.in the mat matter
ter matter of -protection, of. players,1! said
Stiglmeier,,
At the ,,same time, the Bisons'
tresident reiterated that "My one
concern has been for the players'
welfare -4 one life slaved is worth
all the franchises in baseball."

WILLIE JONES' SON DIES
BROOMALL, Pit. (VP) TI TIothy
othy TIothy Jones', three-year-old' son of
baseman Willie Jones of the
Philadelphia Phi Hies, died Sunday
of pneumonia.
DROBNY.DEFEATS PATTY
AIX-EN PROVENCE( ,''
UP)-- ,Jaroslav, Drobny sof Egypt
whipped Budge Patty of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles and Paris, 7.5, I-3, Sunday
in the final of the Aix-en-Provence
International 4ennis tournament.
Gardnar Mulloy of Miami, Fla..
and Mimi Arnold of Redwood
City, Calif.! von the mited 'dou 'doubles
bles 'doubles championship.
FERRARI WINS GRAND PRIX
SYRACUSE, Italy (WI-- Luigi
Musso of Italy, driying the only
Ferrari in 'the event, von 'the
Grand Prix of Syracuse Sunday.
Six of 12 starters finished the
HARRIS WINS AAU JUDO ,,
CHICAGO UP) George Ear.
ris of Travis Air Force Base,
Colitis-won both all-eventa an,
heavyweight titles in the 'National
AAU judo tournament Sunday for
the xecond time.

Tr riNA.7:!A A!!r7ICAN AN INTtTENT,7:T rirty nwsrArtn

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in West 17th Street and Tailed
to the other side of the build building,
ing, building, to score Fred Morgan a ahead
head ahead of him.
Hit No. 3 tor the Slugger was
a is second roundtripper of the
jame, a blast over the wall in
leftfield again which nearly
reached the balcony of the ten tenement.
ement. tenement. Aristides Ceballos Wa3 on
for the second time, : :
Teollio's last hit of the day
Wal Alround rule double into
the rightfield stands. to send
home Morgan, who had doubled
for the secoid ',. -
Morrell, failed to hit safely in
his three first at-bats yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, but he got a run-producing
sacrifice fly in his last' trip to
the plate in the seventh canto.
The rUnner who came in from
third was Peterkin.
'The youthful pitcher, who beit
Kent twice during the regular
season, turned in a nice fielding,
play while getting an assist as
the lut out of-the contest was
being made.
He went, down on .his knees
Vs dig out a hard grounder off
the. .hat of relief pitcher Mito
Diaz, and from a kneeling po position,
sition, position, fired perfectly to first
tom to oasiW nab the runner.,
Lane started'Ior,the losers and
was lifted for Xliaz in the fourth.

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Cali Pc!::o Emd
Pisf:1 Ccr4:1

The Canal Zone Guards' annual
competition was held at the Bra Brazos
zos Brazos 'Brook (Cristobal District)
range on Saturday, April 12, com commencing
mencing commencing at I:00
Fifteen ,guards competed over
the regular range. consisting 'of
bullseye -targets at 15 and 25 yards
bobbing target, and running La Lard.
rd. Lard. Scores were very god gene generally,
rally, generally, with following melt copping
the first three places: -
E. M. Jemmott. Balboa, 175
Swiss Wrist Watch).
A. S. Hunter, Crist ot a I, 165
(Cash and Box of Ammo), ,,'
' F. C. Nelson, Penitentiary 153
Beverage ind Shaving Lotion).
, Hunter, winner for seven previ
ous consecutive years, ran into
stiff competition, as well at revolv revolver
er revolver ttouble, and finished a strong
second to Jemmot. who has pon ponsistently
sistently ponsistently pressed him for first
place over the, past three years
George' White. penitentiary, re received
ceived received the. special cash award for
greatest Improvement over last
year's score. Following the compe competition,
tition, competition, prize' were awarded to all
contestants, and a hot meal war
served to contestants, their fem.
Hies and friends, and CZP officials.'

Between thein they permitted
seven hits; -,
Morrell's' series record IS' now
1,1, while Lane's slate is 1-2.
Apart from Peterkin's two
four-,ply pokei, all of the other
hits In the game were two-baggers.
'', t -t T
- Rudy Lynch 11-0). and "that
1 man again" Lane are today's
stafting hollers.
'The- line. sco're
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Boite W 402 021',3-12 11., 1
Kent 000 000 ooL,', 0 1 : 5
1 Morrell (1-1r and. t!' Parris;
Lane -(1-2) Diaz atpd Itabago,
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Teams
Boit W
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,TODAY1 CAME, (At Senta R41, ballpark) .;:
Kent',.(Catie, Boit W (Lynch11-0)
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Came time: 4:30- p.m. 4
YESTERCAY'S CAME (At'Santa Rita ballpark),
, BoltiV12,'Kent 0 )

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' HABITrof years Mr. Shortstop and then manager of the Cardinals, Browns and the ,,'
-Chicago White Sox. Marty Marion, second from right, can't get away from baseball. He's 1
, coaching, the Concordia Seminary. team in St 1,olus., The lads only have to .listen ,to learn.
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Teams '., ; W 1. Pct.,
'Abernathy Unliport 1 2-'160
Cerveceria Nacional il 3 .750
l'. Clayton Cavaliers ''.; 5 '5, 400
Ft. Kobbe Regulars 3 7 .300
,Boket' '. ,.., 3. gi 400
ABERNATHY LINISPORT: .INITH
'S TO 4 Witt OVER OKEL
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Sam Catlett'sCeriieceria Nacio.
na: Pan Liquid() slugged 'out a
cleanuot victory over Hoke' Thurs
day 6 to 3. Pichers Ernie Campesi
and Hugh Durrett both' gave fine
pitehing. performances. Campise
gathered ,the,win as Durrett ,o,n1f ,o,n1ftered
tered ,o,n1ftered the less., '-'...' '
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1 ,, This, win for. the' Beermen', in.
creased their chances to taki the
league's second half title' as Aber.
nathy Unisport threatens to make I
a clean 1;weep."' ,, ',, il
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2. The Boket scOred th.ree run's in'
the fourth on two hits to tie Pan
Liquid but the Beermen pulled
away at the. close of the fourth
with.the winning Nibs 'scoring on
a khome-ruri td left 'by MeGlade...,
Goa Kosik and McGlatie ,of Pan
Iiquido hated the 'hitting honors
with two hitsin three trips each.
', The linescore; .., 1 1
Bokel ., 000 301 0-8
Pan Liquids, , 111 210 x-8
. Umpires:, Marv. Metheny and
Scorer:- Henry Clark,
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',CRISTOBAL
Art Sutton and V. J. Schexnayd Schexnayder
er Schexnayder rendered last week's shooting
at the Cristobal Gun Club remark remarkable
able remarkable by each recording a perfect
score in. the same string of Skec,
Sutton's performance being all the
more extraordinary becauke of his
using. minimum equipment, a Ala
loaded with the light, 211 inch shell.
Schexnayder WaS exercising a 12
gauge Browning Auto, loaded ivith
the peppy frioccnio's;
Other Skeet shdoters1 best rounds
of the week:
R.0 Casanova (20 ga) 24
F Chollar 24
George Lopp (20,. ga.) 23
Joe Xneter .410) 21
Cliff Hayward 19
Waiter Johnston (.110) 18

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Outstanding for rapid propress
at the -tr.11,-,,,,,G0.0.4e Scholield,
with only two prevmus sessions
under his bch, trowiled the tup
hands with a snappy '21. "Nubby"
Keller leo u) 4 department',
however, at 24, followed by Bill
Brandi wit)) t,ioaniiva headed ''',
the list from 20 yards, downing 21.
while Sramit gi4 hcller 19, and ',
Sutton 18. ''
Such score ought to .encourage
more competitors to show up for,
the CM. ittLeW. Itit:MOrial 25.. fp:
Yard Handicap contest on May 4. 4--
Paul Disharoo ar Nan this tro- -11,1;?'
phy in '57 in a shoot.off with Mau Maury
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as' scheduled tomorrow it strife. ',- ', ., I. i ' Bokel .,,. : 000 301 0-1 ',. ,' w in tne 1 reau ''',
.. YESTERDAY'S GAME (At Santa Rita ballpark), Pan Liquid , lit 210 x-s ..,.. s .,' ,. - ; .. -, ', ' 0;,:-..',',
threatened Havana.
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' get that assurance in writing from , '' L ;.. ''''' ''-' ''. .' P'; ' i '1 ' 0,5 I ....4 7 1 ' t , 01 .:! 2 t' .
league president Prank Shaughnes..
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Gardner Mulloy of Miami, Fla.. . , 11, .. LAMM'S
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Musso of Italy, driying the only s NA
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Casino. Phone Balboa 1866. 2 bedrooms.- hot. cold water.
41COHOLICS ANONYMOU Auto-flao, Trau-Istim ", ;
cleaning of motor $5. Williffl of
- Phonti Panama 3-4941. '
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes, 4r s ,i: 'mere SH61;hway neat Soars. .ft
-- b h phone Thompson, FOR ItENT:--4 Beautiful; mud-) FOR SALE -,..- Ford Victoria Vit, '.., FOR SALE ...-. 36, wheeler Isms, FOR SALE .. Small apartment FOR SALE: --.- Sterling flatware. :.
DRAWER A." DIABLO ., TELEVISION SERVICE Free
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Balboa 1772. , en, ferni,nee', bye ...room si- ...miss; ,,,,8e,t heater, 4limssional gray 145 HP engine, new, boat 'grand piano $8001 flOc Console ,' kirk's Repousse patternl Tele-,
phone Curundu 4141 p.m. ', '. 11 1211' CRISTOIAL cr...? 'Transportation. April Special.
partmant. Good tesident101 efts- signals, wish oversisim.1 Original -rebuilt 1958. t Top -, condition i sewing machine S90; swap
, Baldwin's furnished -apartment's Reasonable price. Peru' Avenue 'owner. Ph. 84.6210, Ft Robb. throughout. Fully quipped. Will ''' keying. Curundu 5187. - ' Same day Service. Crawford A..
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' ' FOR SALE Large Norge re- , gene's Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
' at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone No. 37-20. ,- 's'') ', ,, sacrifice. Call Curundu 4126. '' .
Smith, Balboa 3681., .." FOR SALE ;-- Duty -'.' paid 53, 18-20.1 Tel- 2-1905. '
FOR- RENT-A-Modern, spacious"' ,, t d r Chevrolet. powbrglidt,'. FOR SALE' --..- -Americon boats, Demestic rslploliment .,
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages furnished -Ihroo bldrumu &Pot- ', twotone. Phon Amodio) L2-31,31 "13 feet. 16 HP motor, trailer, $350.00. Call 2-2451, 2-2
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Santa Oats dt! do P. MTh Ps' merit. Pero Avenue No. 37-20. 8 cm.-4 p.m.- it' .''' -, ', 4- 3330. TO. 3.6589 -' T 5
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FOSTER'S Cottages and Lame
Bosch House. One mile Past Ike
Casino. Piton Balboa 1866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772. e
Baldviin's furnished apartmente
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 36111
PHILLIPS Oc-;anside Cottages
Santa Class le de P. Phan Pa.
mama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
HOLICS
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'1 FOR RENT 2 bedroom house
furnished, exclusive neighbor neighbor,
, neighbor, hood. 3 months en 'permanent
occupancy. Americans. Panama
3-0443.
FOR RENT New Chalet near
."1.as Cumbres,", 3 bedrooms,
- dining room, living room, I serv servkat,
kat, servkat, maid's room, garage, front
and back porch. Can be seen.
: Partly furnished or unfurnished.
Call Panama 3-0184. ;
Rooms
FOR RENT Clean and cont.
fortable furnished room. Cook Cook?'
?' Cook?' ing facilities. Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
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innmg. Time of game-2.10. Um UmpiresNiles
piresNiles UmpiresNiles and Smith.
Second Game of Satyrday
, April 02, 1958
Fast Lich L. AB R H PO A g
, Rathgeber, ef 4 0 0 2 0 0
- Iluddleston, c 2 1 0 4 2 0
. .Ness, 3 1 6 0 0
Ammirati, ss 2 1 0 1 1
- Bateman, rf 2 2 1 1 0 0
' Pearl, rf 1 1 0 2 0 0
Schwarzrok, 2b 2 0 .0 1 3 0
Pajak, 3b 3 0 1 0 0
I Pr9ch, p 000101
Wipper, p , 3' 0 0 0 2 .0
Totals 23 5 3 13 !. 9.

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- Atlantic Tamar' AB It..14',P0 A E
yo oaf
ye, Wilder, ss 2,01 1 '0 0 0
: Donahue, If 1 1 0 1 0 0
' Whittaker,,cf 3: 1' 0 It 0 0
, Cotton, c 2 1-112 '1, 01
Lutz p '''' 3 0 1 1' 2 1
X Hakenson rf 2' 0 0 0 0 0
Morland, 2b .1 1 0 2 1, 0
Marguard, 3b 2 1 0 1 1 0
; 4", Belanger, 3 0 1 3 1-, 0
1"1"f' Totals -, 21 6 4 21 1
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Scar by innings. ,
Taams 1 I 3 4 5 H
:'-' At"' Fastlich 0 2 1 2 0 0 0-5 3 2
44 Tteners 6000 0 0 x-6 4 1
, Summsry -
Runi batted in PaJak 2, Cot-1
ton, Moriand, Matquard, Belan.
'' ger, 2. Three-base hits -4 e s s.
Two.bast hitsBateman,'Y Cotton.
Sacrifice bit Hakenson. Stolen
,,, bases Huddleston, lid e r.
,,' Struck out -- By Klipner 3, by
Lutz 12-Base on .balls --..Off
, French 4, off Klipper 2, Off Lutz
, 7. Wild pitch Lutz. Hit by pitch pitchpd
pd pitchpd ball By French 2 (Don.
hue and Whittaker. Erned runs
Ittlantic Teeners 5, Fastlich 5.
Hits -- Off French 0 in 203 In In"
" In" ning, oft Klipper 3 in 5 1.3 in.
' zings. Left on bases -- Fastlich
3, Atlantic !Teeners 6. Passed
ballsCotton 2. First base on tr trrors
rors trrors Atlantic Teeners 1. Losing
,, pitcherFrench. Time of game
', 2 hours..UMpires Niles a n d
gmith.
First Gahta of Sunciay
i April 13, 1951
Fastlich T. AB R H PO A ,E
Rathgeber, cf 4 1 1 0 1 '10
'-'74.1 French. W., ss 4 2 2 3 1 0
Vess, lb 2 2 1 '2 XI 0
, Klipper, rf 0 1 0 0 0 0
: Mateman, rf, lb 1 3 1' 1, 0 0
Morris, c 3 '1'1 1 4 1
, Iluddleston, 3b 3 1 1 1 0 0
Pajak, 3b 0 Cf 0 0 3 0
Schwarzrok, 2b 3 2 2 0, 0 1
Ammirati, 2b 1 0 0 0' 1 0
Pearl, 4 1 2 2 1' 0
, Fortune, R. p 3 0 1 0 1 0

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, Totals 28 1112 18 13 2
: Armd F.' AB R H PO A X
: ', Swanson? 3b 2 0 0 1 0 0
: Fortune. J., ss 2 0 0 1 3 1
Browning,,11 1 1 0 1 0 1
: Rateheldor, ,2b 3 0 0 0 0 1
, Denson, e 3 1 1' 0 0 1
; ',' Moore, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
l'homas, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
, Berg, cf, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
: Rivera, lb : 1 0 0 8 1 0
Bergere, p,, ef 0 0 0, 0 2 1

' Berg, ci, p
Rivera, lb.
Bergere, el
, Totals
' Scsrs by

' Totals 16 1 2 18 7 4 Ad.., Teen'. 5 2 2 4 0 2 x 15 15: 3
Seer' by ,innings Runs batted in Cotton 5, Whit WhitTeams
Teams WhitTeams 1 2 3 4 5 H E taker 2, Lutz 1, Two base hit
Fostlich 1 1 5 5 2 0 14 12 2 Wilder, Cotton, Rodriguez. Socri.
, Armed F. 0 0 0,0 0 1-1 2 4 fice hit Leon' Stolen bases
Summarlf Cotton Lutz. Struck out By Alti Alti'0
'0 Alti'0 RIMS batted in Nes4, Mat() zer 1,, by Zent 2, bv Rodriguez. 3.
3ADD VFW TEENERS SPORTSBase on balls Off Smith 3,' off
VERNITA Aprrl 15 8 Altizer 4, off Rodriguez 4. Earn EarnMan,
Man, EarnMan, Morris 2, Schwarzrok 2 ed runs Curundu 1, ,'Atlantic
Pearl-2,R. Fortune 1,' Three-bise Teeners,11. Left, on base Curun CurunhitsRothgeber,
hitsRothgeber, CurunhitsRothgeber, French, Two.base du 7, Atlantic Teeners 9,., Wild
,.,,,-.,,bit,Sehwarzrok.-Sacrilice-ilits Ditch Andriztlez. Hits 0 f
Morris, Rivera. Stolen bases Smith iin'3,1fining, OfrAlltizer
' Ness, Klipper, Bateman 3, Huddle- 1 in '24 inning, off Zent,, 5 in 2
, ston,' Schwarzrok, Pearl 3. Strck 1.3 innings. Losing pitcher SMith.
outBy R. Fortune 8, by Berg Double olayMorland,'Wilder, Be Be2.
2. Be2. Base on balls Off R. Fortune longer, Time of game, 2 hours,
8, off Bergere 1 off Berg 5, Hits Umpires Niles and Watson.
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ATTENTION., O. -LI le built
modern furnished apareesents. I.
2 bedroonos,-"ket. -cold water.
Phone Panama 2-4941.
- FOR RENT:'.-4 Beautiful; mod.,
ern furnished',', ewe bedmom
partmant. Good tesidenHol area.
Reasonable price. Pirti Avenue
' No. 37-20.
FOR. RENT-.-hsodern, spacious,
furnished .three bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment Persi Avenue No. 37-20.
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FOR RENT furnishad, two
bedroom apartonents..- garage,
Waid's hor watw, very
,tool. Campo Alegnr andttella
Vista.. Phone 3-5024.
$50.00 furnished apartments,
completely .independent, con,4
fortable regular transpcntation,
North 'American ,nolo Mots.
Phone 2-3343. 3-0471.r
FOR RENT Attractivoi spa spacious
cious spacious ewe bedroom apartment,
hot water, maid's room, garage,
two bathrooms.- 3, 49 street,
Bella Vista.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, dining
room, independent services in
San Francisco 86th Street No.
6, near Roosevelt Theater.
coolt..-Aliory- .,.,
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URGENT
CONCORD, Mass. (UP)--Convicts
rioted at Concord Reforma Reformatory.
tory. Reformatory. Monday and set fire to the
prison woodworking shop. One
guard was injured.
Inmates, were herded back into
cel s, and dormitories while fire firemen
men firemen from six eommunities fought
the general alarm blaze4
A state police tipokesthan said
"all was quiet",1 among the in inmate
mate inmate population 'of 467 within an
hour or so after the fire erupted.
The cause of the riot WaS not
known immediately.
Deputy Correction Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Edwin Powers described the
riot as I'a -disturbance created"
12)' inmates who' fired the
iurniture-making ,shoz; and d e estroyed
stroyed estroyed machinery: I'
A state 'policeman aid,!the fire"
stilt WaS raging out of control at
414' p.ma and threatening other
buildings on the prison grounds.
"The fire is creating its own,air
pockets and going ,like mad," the
spokesman said..
Fifty heavily armed state troop.
'ers and local police. joined fire-,
fighteri from EIX communities in
speeding to tho sclhe, Llibout 151
Miles' north of Roston.--,,
t TrOopers with guns arthe ready!
ringed the red-bricked walls aS I
black smoke poured from with;
in.-Also' at rthe scene were, Air
Force crash crews from nearby
'Bedford Air ,ForceBapp.
State Trooper Charles Brown
said the fire was ,"really a bad
one.'" , ,
The Injured guard was rushed
to Massachusetts General Hospi
tal for emergency surgery tof a
head injury.
Off ,Bergere 10 in 3 innings 0
out in 4th inning), 9ff Berg 2 in
3 innings. Left on base 4 Fastlich
6, Armed Forces 6,' HO by pitch pitcherBy
erBy pitcherBy Bergere 1 t e nt 11).
Passed balls --, denson, Morris.'
Double'lplay, French to Mor Morris
ris Morris to Pearl to Morris. Losing
pitcherBergere Time ctf game,
1.56. UppiresDockery,and Niles.
Second Gam of Sunday
' April 13, 1958
Curundu --- AB R H PO A E
Zent, 2b, p 3 0 1, 1 3 2
Arnold, e 4 0 0 4 1 0
Altizer, If, p 2 0 0 0 Q 2
Dykes, rf 1 0 0 0 1 0
Gerardi, 3b 3 1 1 5 1 0
Metcalf, lb 3 0 '21,7 1 1
Underwood, cf 3 0 2 07 1 1
Manning; rf ,-- 1 1 0 0 0
MeFaddin,-rf, 0 0,0 1 0
Reichart,,,as ,,, 2 0 01 3 3
Smith, p "" 1 0, 0 0 3 0
Suarez, If 2 0 0 0 0 0
A 0, 0' 0 3 0
2 0,0 .0 0 0
25 1 61814 8
AB R H POA
3 3, 3 '1 3 1
2 3 0'1 2 0
.S21100
4 2 3' 4 Oke
5 1 3 1 1 1
5 1 3'.0 0'0
3 0 1, 1' 3 1
.4 1 0 ,9 0 0
; 3 2 1 3 2. 0
Totals.
A. Toenors;
Wilder. as
Leon, 3b
Donahue', If ''-,
Cottnti:
Whittaker, cf
Lutz,' if
Rodriguez, p
Selander, lb
'Worland, 2b
Totals 34 15 13 2111 .51
Soars by Innings'
Teams' .-,2 3 4 5 6 7R H E
Curundtt 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 6 8
Teen'. 5 2 2 4 0 2 15 15
. Summary
Runs batted in Cotton 5; Whit Whittaker
taker Whittaker 2, Lutz 1, Two base hit --
Wilder, Cotton, Rodriguez. Sacri.
flee Len' Stolen bases
Cotton Lutz. Struck out-'-'13y Alti

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INTERNAL OR EUBLICACIDNES.-Ne Letten Plaza CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La Carrasquilla PARHAM. LOH.
BARDO-Ne SI "S" Street MORRISON-4th et July Ave. SL LEWIS SERVICE,-Ave- Tivoli We. 4 FARMACIA LS1ADOS UNIDOS-I45 Central Ave
FARMACIA,LUX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-4 Pe. de ,lo Oran Ave.Ne.41 Irmo DOMY-Jugle hrenentene Ave. and 33 St FARMACIA
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FOR IALI .4- Font Victoria VI,
-',1955; radio.t heater, riirectional
signals, with overdrive.1 Original
;owner. Ph. 44210, Ft Robb.
FOR SALE Duty paid : '53,
4tudor ; Chevrolet,-
twotone. Phone Amadoe 11.2-31,33,
' 8 a.m.-11 ;',.
-, FOR SALE -- 11956 English
Ford Zephyr tonversibld,' auto- t
mask top, blue, Balboa 27111.
FOR SALE Ford model
good condition, new. Itros,oitt-:-.
cutando,
2909 7-9:30 p.m.
',, FOR SALE '56 Chevrolet Bel-
Air, hard top, 2-tone Paint;
power glide,' radio, 4 brand new
whitewall tiresi,4pedset condi condition.
tion. condition. ,S1800.00. Tel.' BANC
1776 daytime, Balboa 2884
nings.
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F08 SALE 1951 Oldsmobile
Super 88, 4-door Sedan with
Rtlydramatic and radio. A good -:
, clen ear. Phone 2-4245. ,'
FOR SALE 1949 Buick,' food
transportation, $125.00. Phone4
2-1440 attar 1:30.
FORE SALE vr 195! ,Oldsmo ,Oldsmobile.,
bile., ,Oldsmobile., sedan, hydromati, N, good ;
running condition $375.00, Call
Davis, Tel. 2-2316.
FOR SALE 1955 Chew let',
4 Jeers, sedati,, two tone, radio,-
automatic transmission, low
-mileage, perfect condition.! Can
' seen at-Calle to, 'corner,' 1-,4,
bort Navarro. El Cangrajo. Call
- Panama 3-6288. 4 ,
FR SALE 1957 Chevrolet,'
, poWerglide,1 door, new con condition,
dition, condition, low mileage, 1508-8
'Balboa, Tel. 1389.
MI 'PAT. SPOT CASH FOR
GOOD LATE MODEL CARS.
, Phone All Day Panama 2.4966
' 2-X616 Autos Eisenman, next
to Coca Cola plant.
FOR SALE i956 Ford Coon-.
trY Sedan, fordomatic power-,
steering, many extras, 9 Passel Passel'1st?
'1st? Passel'1st? tadiatA1,000 miles, Bal..
boo 1718
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FOR SALIII;J- 1954 Ford, ever.
drive, radio, low mileage, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition 1000.00 'Call
Balboa .317,-
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PANAMA N 4 COLON
YOUR FEET Minn
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any ftot trouble. torus, ealloum
sm. ingrown 14M6 nails. toot mos.
Services "'SCHOLL'S"
, Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 3846
Tel. 3-2217
Nommemr4
- -,TRANsisToR
ELECTRONIC
, FLASHGUN,
temperature' of the!'sun I
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only,13230
interhational jewelry
-A 15(Ceptral
-meg order phone 2-2318
::LIFE INSURANCE
' call
! MOE
, General .Agent o't,
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Coq
for rates ars Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
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SAN '131AS
EXCURSION
r' April 20 '
Fidanque Travei $ervice
,Tel. 2-1061.-
ilotel:11011AND HOUSE.
mins, front tho heart ot
' Sari' los Costa Rica RicaCompletely
Completely RicaCompletely modern conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private batk Hot and, cold watts,
' Price': SCattd dB daily,
' t yith 'meals. :'
Hone riding.
, For reserSations 111. O.
' Box 4459
tianagert Bill and titans Jaspers

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6 Chevrolet Bel-
op, 2-tone oaint,',
io, 4 brand new
pedect cendi-,' Mond Jim"
Tel Balboa and
NEW OKI
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&lima 2884
nors alike
- an apparent
951 Didamobito in ,his 60s, 1
Brocatao.
Or Sedmi with hir fiord!
radio. e A good Moran's
trademark
42974112:licSk.,' a oct.'''d es of his ea
125,00. Phone 4 then as a
30.' nally gs a 1
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195! Oldsmo- &loran wa
dromati, good gambler Fr
n $375.00, Call named ,in
116. ease in 19,
, Philip Kest
1955 Chroolet,t', sion,of mori
two tone, radio,-
tomiosion, low ,
conditioiv, Can morag .ots
1 ,D, cornet:' A1--., later, before
gating c o t
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finished his
157 Chevrolet,' Kfauver to
door, new con- him. ,
mileage, 1508-8 He annna
15 glory to the
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Panama t Moran wo
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teeth, and
956 Ford Cann. A one-carat
he custome
omatic power-, ball at his
mires, 9 Passim PassimSOO
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gray 145 HP engine, now, boat
-rebuilt 1958. t, Top condition
throughout. Fully equipped. Will
sacrifice. Call Curundu4126.
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feei. 16 HP motor, trailer,
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mond Jim" Moran, sports figure
and restaurant -owner "who asso associated
ciated associated with gamblers ,and gover governors
nors governors alike, died last night of
, an apparent heart attack. He- was
in.his 60s, according to a member
of hir
Moran's real name was :ameS
Brocatao. Diamond became his
trademark in the successful phas phases
es phases of his careerfirst as a boxer,
then as a fight referee, and) fir
nally ss a bodyguard to the late
Huey P. Long.
, Moran was -also associated --with
gambler Frank Costello. He was
named -an income tax evasion
case in 1940 with Costello and
Philip Kastel, charged with eve.
sion -of more than one-hilf
dollarejn, taxes., ."
MOran .was subpinaed 11 years,
later, before the Kefanver- investi investigating
gating investigating c otsmit te t,- and was
termed a cooperative witness. He
finished his testimony by inviting
Kfauver to go duck hunting with
him. '
He annually Vavelea In al his
glory to therKentutky Derby,. and
one'occasion he ,said he wore
$600,000 worth .of 'diamonds on, his
derby costumes. -
Moran was reported to beve It'
set of. diamond. studded false
teeth, and he occasionally slipped
a one-carat diamond into a -meat.
ball at his restaurant to "startle
he customers." : ,1
- was stricken' in the' dining
room of his restaurant- as h1Lex,
;mined a lady!s 'string of pearls,
accordingk tO a restaurant ems
ploye.,

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FAITH AND HOPEItesting on wheeled stretchers, pilgrimt ithrong the lamed ''Grotto of 1
I Lourdes, 1 France, praying for divine intercession tO heal Omit afflictions, CrOwds of 'Up to 70,000
; persons .have Visited the Romn Catholic shrine in a iingle day. many'r.ntractilons cures have,
' I been attributed to the shrine since the vision, of 'Virgin Mary appeared there to a peasant girl,'
1 Bernadette Souhirpus, a hundred yenta ago. , '

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11 Home Aiticies
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FOR SALE Small apartment
'grand piano $8001 flOc Consols
sewing machine $90; soar
kaving Curundo 5187.
4 FOR SALE Stock-111W West-'
inghouse washer and dryer., new.
$350.00. Call 2-2451, 2-2562, ',
Transport's Baxter. , 7"
' Two new Apex wringer type'l
'', washing michines. 25 cycle; Spir
;?,cial pries. Tropeice S.A. Tel. 1
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- FOR SALE -- Hotpoint Auto.
matic Clothes Drter,) 60 cycle.
Qualters 62-A, Albrook Phon
86-2291.
FOR SALE Washing." ma-
, china "Maytag.," automatic, 40
cycle. Good as new. Phone Pam
,ma 1-1511.. '
FOR SALE Double' bed,
id mahogany; good ,condition,
$40.00,Smith-Corona pottablo
, typewriter, good condition,
$40.00.' 13-2216:' :
FOR SALE Now unused Easy
a automatic combination washer':
dryer $355.00, Call Panama ,Sr
6291 between 4 and 6 p.m.
, ,.
fog ',sALE:;,' New 60-cyc.,
,King-sizo' "Black Angus"! .Ito 1.
$50t ates 'P.
, Rattan' ,4-seat Sictional midair 4
'Softie with largo ma mg cot
foe labia; Eby chair; odd ti,
blesv 3-yard lined dram's;
began)! Dining Room Table,
chairs, largo buffet. Reasonably
: priced. Soo office hours The
Taxa. Company (across from
Coca Cola Plantt.
AID .'NEARS'.BILLiON
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Formosi (UP1;4'
economic ni tO Nationalist China
since p5,1 amount' to "'nearly,
One t dollars" ,14,- the end, of
this year, a visiting,Americtin aid
official' sald',..here, last night, I
- t I
Wesley, C. Haraldami,: dis'eCtor of
the China Mission', of !the ,Ameri ,AmericairIntinitiinial,
cairIntinitiinial, ,AmericairIntinitiinial, Cooperation Ad.
, ministratioN .said,,the :moliey
been spent ,for the; develoPMCnt of
this' island's', induStryi! ilign5idture,
and food imports-, ,

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:FOR SALE: Sterling flatware,
Kirk's Repowase pattern, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Curundu 4141 poInt.
FOR SALE --- Large Norge re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. 60 elf. good
tion. $150.00. Call Panama 3!
4890.
FOR SALE Transit 'Engineers
Etrgiro House 11 s-a, Gahm,
, FOR SALE --0, Caysico.', $55;
Metal table $6, Rouble bed $15, ,-
; Single bed $5, chairs $2 each,
irge desk $5, small desk $3,,
illIti
'library tab $5, metal ) buffet
$1, dress p table, $2. Taylor,
, 2311-B s Cruces, Balboa. liv30-6
p Balboa 1327. ,, ,', 4
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nd cabinets. Lady's bky.
odium,' ,excellent condi..
cheap. tth Print ,' 9063.
No. 6. Colon. Phone 756.
N BASE COMMAN,DER
ANITA (UP) Maj. Gen.
T Moorman is sched scheded
ed scheded to arrive here today to as asume
ume asume duties, as new commander
of the U.S. 13th Ah- Force at
Clark Air Base, t-
Moorman is coming here from
the Pacific, Air Force headquar.
ters, in Hawaii where he stopped
off ed route from Andrews' Air
Torce BaSe'in California,
FLOOD WATERSTHREATEN
WARSAW (UP)...., The Polish
Arthy pressed amphibious veht.
cies into 'service- today to res rescue
cue rescue hundreds of farmers and vil.
lagers strainded by floodwaters
from three of Poland's biggest
'riversAuthorities orddred at least
15 villagescleared and dozent of
other small communities -along
the Yistula,.Bug and Narew
ers were'placed under-an alert.
.SHIPS-,COLLIDE ' .. '14
' ALEXANDRIA IT.' A.:R.! 0,TP)
-4he British. aircraft carrier Bul.,
wark collided wIth the 1,585-ton
Egyptian freighter,. Talodi in the
Red Sea todan; damaging the
bow of thn cargo vessel. An EgYP EgYPtian
tian EgYPtian port administration spokes.
man said",,the4t 22,000.ton British
terrier reCeived slightdimage.
He, aid no -casualties ,wers
fered in the 'collision. v ',,,,

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MOSCOW (UP)-,-Russta Smithsonian' Astrophysical Labor Laborly
ly Laborly confirmed, last night'l that atoty Sputnik -II- disintegrat.
Sputnik II had fallen- to garth, ed in a ball of fire in ,the Carib Caribleavine
leavine Caribleavine only the three American bean Sunday night ,,at about 9
satellites still orbiting .space-- p.m, after 2,300 'trips around the
An official Tass news -agency world for,' a total of 70 million
annotincement said the earth sat. miles trave'ed. That Is tw
ellite entered 'the earth's. atmos- the distance. to Mars.
ithere, and ",parts- of it have dis. In England, Prof.,- A. C. B. ,'
integrated." -, 4 LOVell ,of Abe elodreDI Bank Ob.1
The 'Soviets, agreed with West. servatory ;' paid h is '.giant radio.,
ern estimates- that, it flamed out telescope bad failed to locate
of existence somewhere in' the Sputnik I since Sunday, night.
Carillhean arta yesterday morning Ilunciredsi of residents of the
according to Moscow time, which Barbadoso British West Indies,'
would be Stmday: night in the reported, sighting a fiery display
Western Hemisphere. Sunday -'night. ( '
Parts of the Sputnik' were Pdis. :
, versed along a route ',running in As', with tbe previous Sputnik,
a southeasterly direction over the science could not pinpoint the ex.,
small Antilles Islands, Brazil and act moment and place of the sat.
the 'Atlantic Ocean," Tass said. disappearance.
no mention of the dead 'dog Eliminates Early d oy P t
aboard Sputnik II was made in
,the announcement., But the Toss GicigOW'
statement took a crack at the
three U.S. saellites, describing
them .'as so- small' they could not e's F n'e ra I
be trees bY "the entire' populated 0. 4
TtoljetalS,6,0vflet3
portion of ,the globe" as Sputnik, Service Tomorrow
II was. tt 4
i 'Barbadian
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ent 10,4Panama 'City, died
earth,, Tags said., .4 res
Santo Tomas Hos HosetTa
etTa HosetTa theern He, wits 49 years old.
etarium spokesman that the last ' -
Russian contact, with Spunik II
eanntnobuyn ceam enmt 0,404yr eptinca:. pyel ertrayloi
Funerali serVices have been
, scheduled for tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Plymouth
,occurred Sunday night ,,when
was, sighted over trptidamts,East
street.,'Burittl will follow In the
Brethrett Church on East Pith,'
Germany, s ;
Earlier, tht 4"planetariunv. bad
discounted the,,Westerirreports of Herrera Cemetery ,
the fall of the second,' man.made 1 , ",''
vehicle ever to be- hurled into Mr. Glasgow-Is survived by his
space. mtoher, Mrs. Helen Glasgow; his
But later they agreed the satel. brothers,- Eric and Clarence:. his
lite had plunged to earth,1 sister, Maybel, One niece and One
In 2 Cambridgel.---Mass.'' the nephew, :,;'," ,

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Draliaof Desert Commandos,-Opens
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,Thursday,at 'The Bella Vista Theatre

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raid on Roinmel's headquarters is revealed for the first time
in the Paul Graets production, Columbia Pictures' "Bitter
Victory," coming Thursday to the Bella Vista Theatre Film.,
, ed in Cinema Scope in the Libyan desert, actual locale of
the World War II story, "Bitter Victory" has an byres.
sive cast of international stars that includes England's
Richard Burton, Austria's Curt Jurgens, America's Ruth
Roman and France's Raymond Pellegrin. South African ac-
, tor Sean Kelly is featured.
In'"Bitter Victory" the British stage a-desperate com commando
mando commando raid to obtain important documents cached in Rom Rommel's
mel's Rommel's headquarters in Benghazi. A German-speaking, but
war-new maJor, Jurgens leads the raiders. His mission, is
complicated by both personal cowardice and bitter hatred
toward his own second in command, Burton. Jurgens is a a,
, a, ware Burton had known and loved his wife,. Miss Roman,
before their own marriage. ,Pellegrin is seen as the Arab
guide devoted to Burton.
' Plunged into the trackless Sahara, 100 Miles behind
enemy lineS, and with the boiling hate between Burton and
Jurgens threatening to destroy them all if the enemy or
' the desert doesn't do it first, the' commandos of "Bitter
---Victory"live-a-great and incredible adventure 'that au au,
, au, (Maces everywhere should proudly hail. Written for the
'' screen by Rene Hardy, Nicholas RaY, who also directed, and
Gavin Lambert, "Bitter Victory" is from Hardy's noVel.

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cleaning et motor $5. waxing oil
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Theciter Guild's

Modern Ho' rossments For Ancient One: ex

The Theater Guild last night
returned to a topic grievously
neglected in these worrisome
days of Sputnik, diplomatic prot protests
ests protests about the credit unions, tin tint);
t); tint); out -income tax returns, and
excesses of shortageS in the com commissaries.
missaries. commissaries.
. ,
,The topic is sex,-
If the Theater Guild had earlier
drawn this fascinating theme to
the attention of those responsi responsible
ble responsible for the problems listed a a.
. a. boye, they may well' have redi redirected
rected redirected their research, saving us
kinds of 'cosmic harassment.
Late,or not, the-Theater Guild's
production of "The Tender Trao,'
- which opened a week's season
last night. will do its share of
goncentrating public attention
on, more interesting and cogent
' matters than the Sputniks, etc.
-The Tender Trap. written by
Max Shulman and Robert Paul
Smith and sprung by director
' RathY Wilber, concerns men and
women, and what to do about it.
, Chuck Walsh plays ,Zharles
Reader, a New York bachelor
whose apartment threshold is so
frequently crossed by females
that he has a lot in eommon with
the doorman at the Roxy.
4 The threshold is also crossed
earlY,In the play by his old pal
Joe McCall (in the shape of Earl
W. Almquist),, a character from
Iridiananolls, where they can still
r spell fidelity.
Walsh and Almquist team well
as the big-town smoothie and
the midwestern semi-rube. The
Former Moan
lioel itusijn SeAks
Office In Ievi

''orrrier Isthmian Noel D. Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, a New. York insuranco and
1 real estate agent, has announc announc,
, announc, ect that he will seek, the Demo Demo,.
,. Demo,. eratio nomination as a candi candidate
date candidate for the state :legislature
for tbe 14th District., according
, to reports reaching hero today.
'Austin, who was one of the
- organizers for the CID. on the
Isthmus, hopes to 'defeat a
rowerful TaMitiallY Elan eandi eandi,
, eandi, date in prhnary elections
scheduled for next Augut.
-,, Austin has seleCted, as his
campaign managers Joseph-E.
Ilonore arid Martin Richards
Sleherds, another former Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian who was circulation man manager
ager manager of The Panama American
, in, Colon before leaving for the
' States to take uP permanent
residence.
'''The decision to throw his' hat
tiv the ring for the DernoCratic
nOmination, was. announced by
Austin last Saturday at lunch lunch,.
,. lunch,. eon in New York's El Mundial
, restaure nt,

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contrast Is clear without being
overdrawn. It Is consistently
maintained.' Good playing and
good diregtion both.' -
Because they called without
exception for highly irrational
conduct, the female roles ,were
convindnw in all respects. Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Ann meyer was a brisk Julie
Gillis in the improbable pretense
of a girl who knows what she Is
doing. Kathy Kade, in her part
of Sylvia Crewes,' imparted an
almost rational note to the pro-1
ceeclings at times, but in the long'
run exhibited a sufficiently gar garbled
bled garbled turn- of philosophy be
persuasively' feminine.
,, Edna Lang and Angela Valen Valentine
tine Valentine add their share of comely
confusion to the woman-plagued
lives of ,,,Walsh and Alm Almquist,'
quist,' Almquist,' 1
Earl Lundquist', played by Hal
Goodnough. is. a .hapiess., scien scientist
tist scientist whose life Is bufteted by both,
men and women. He becomes as'
frayed aS might be expected.
Also- somewhere along the waY
the-Great White Whale surfaces,
blowint. If you,thitik' Johu, Hus Huston
ton Huston achieved spectacular effectS
the,'' film MobY Dick: vou
should see what Kathy 'Wilber
haS contrived in the Tender
Trap. For a breathless Moment,
Chuck Walsh plays fine Captain
Ahab. "s

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The -Tender Tmo an en engaging.
gaging. engaging. vnpretentious nlay with
smart writing,' diverse characters
diversely portrayed, and, antisep antiseptically
tically antiseptically 'free from' Preachments.
The Whola pleasant evening's
entertainment, ; is, knit togethes
smoothly:and ComfortablY;. This
effect:le, probably', enhanced ;by
the set Of the cast beino,- small
enouih to make:- nbsible
evennesi- or performance,. by ali
rands,- t
There hive' been Theater GUild
shows in which sheer, welqht of
numbers has enabled, ''the- bit
nlayers stafinch)y' to resist their
director's exhortations,' 4 -1
Among. Otte backstagf; persOnT
nel, set decorator, Bruce -tluinn
merits Special mention:2f ever a
babe, is go!ng to be lured, into a
nredatorv Ahelorli ape rtment.
ehm',would. do Well to get Iured
into one demorsted by Quinn.
, costumes? ,- Cant iremember!.
Believe Mis Meyer was wearing
riding boots 'at-one stage. Can't
explain, why,: because I sighted
no horses. 3,
The Tender,' Trap is plaYin0
through saturday at the Theater

Guild Workshop by- the Ancon
laundry. Gortain time: 8 n'clock.
Entertainment value:
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EL' CENTRO,, Catit;;Aprir 15
(UP) aircraft under-wing
gun container. carrYlug
hie-barreled 20',millimeter can cannon
non cannon with eight timet the-firing
rate of Its World Wara,:count Wara,:counterparta
erparta Wara,:counterparta was unveiled- here:4thday
at the Naval, AirWeapons, Meet:
, The Pod, developed -by:: the
Navy Bureau of Ordnante and
the 'aircraft. division,..of ,,-Ttighes
Tool Co.. Culver City. Calit. can
be attached to-an, 'aircraft .7,
means of two'siMpleconnections
in a matter .of ,Seccinds .and can
be Jettisoned by a pilot in, flight.
1 Two of the pods,,and ilms,can
eouin' a plane with the firePower
of 26 Wor'il War 1110 millimeter
cannookesmen nick
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Officiale,' said the container
greativ increases ..-an I: aircraft's
versatility' and tbe variety of' its
interchangeable armament, add addInv
Inv addInv cannon. to- weaDons custom customarilv
arilv customarilv tarried extsrnally.').-such as
nrockets,i guided .4snisslielOtnd
7.
"Such weipona eari.be' used 'at
a commander's:option, providing
0 free ehoice, accorclinv to k tac tactics'
tics' tactics' situation, to possible,,With
built-in weapons,";,' spokesman
said.' ., e
Firing.' rate Of the -cannon,'
given as 2,000'' high-01310alve
shells per minute itortreacb
barrel, is made possible by a4ln a4lngle
gle a4lngle revolving feeding
cartridges to both barrels',',.;
Military men bavelstissed
necessity ot 4ricreashm:' tirin
rates to Weep pack-with ,aircraft
speedv,They.' said; that ciil:'14.oine
mlssions ,the plane can Inakt its
return- with-, greateri tneed.;kAnd
safety, if it has 't10 :,g1,11),S' the
plITIS Canna' readily ,be:remOved
since removal An moat ;icases
would disturb the aircraft's bal balance;
ance; balance; Vat in" the -case of ,the 'externally-carried
' gun'' nod theY
can be letissoned,at will without
disturbing the: Oltni, eceorini
to ufflciali,; ,',1' 4,1 ',I's
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TRUMAN IN WASHINGTON : Former. President Ham S..,
Truman ,wears a big smile as he sits in the back seat' of an
auto after arriving in Washington to meet with the Democratic
, ,rarty's economic strategy comthittee.

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POLARIS -MODEL SHOWN A bai-relief of the 1.r.H.
Polaris 1500-bille ballistiC missile is displayed for tbe
time to newsmen. Named after the North Star,. the solid fuel...
Zolasile.ls-designecL, especially. tor-shipboard -use.,,.Polaria -was
unveiled officially at the Navy League's 1958 Seapower Sym-,
, 4'posium being held in Washington. :

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LANkLOOKSAll- totkitil WEAPtI1V-4 Stated In -the'yititness ihairi, Lana Turner gasps a's a
deputyiobronerdIspIttys the. ,whieh ;ohnny Stortipanattx ya stabbed to death by
Lana's il,lyear-old daughter': ,Chetil,':, ,Corone,!!'s jury -ruled; that': .the;death,, of Stompanata
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LAN,.'Ar ISQVEST' .:.,.7)ttreAs;' pita lurrieD, niallageS' Mile
ag -sne talks ,t0 a lepoiter, 1Los litgalqa' at tile 'incitiest into
of- Zotinpy Iltompanat6.:. MitS Turner :testittedlhit;
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'7AT,INCIVEST 'Acti.64s plAa.1,rtirrigp,.platageS!
4pncliter 'in Mos ,Afizeles' at ,Ithe 'iticitiest Into

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whenter daughter, Cheryl, plunged the bu cher knife into the 4 CalifOrnia. 4 state law requires
1
32-yearold ,6tompanatn,..it ;was- so' quick she ,never Saw. the that a woman investigator handle
blade.'In,10regrttUnd 1,1 Miss orUrrier'st attornq, ,Jerry Piesier, a custody- Wet involving a girl.

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BALKS IDENTIFYING .STOMFANATO'S 'BO Dy-411.et pi:4st r'acketeeA and 'gambler, Mickey
Cohen taket'.the: standAturint-thei inqueStio LOs, Angeles inth the, death' ot Stompa-
natn,AVithenr,deputyi, coioner ,phiries loarighauseri. (iettl iaskeci' him' he 'otiol4t attest that
thelian slain at' Lana.:;Tukhees tleverly ,11111s nome,s,rasAndeed Stonipanato, his $ormer ,bodY-,
guard,,,,,,Cohen ',threw the ilquest Into, an nproar, Saying.:71 jeruse to identity! the hody on
thp groom's, bs rAccused,r, oti the ,murder.!':: :. ) t i ,( ;

B'''Svtretar
4,40,10
, ,
wArarNGI'mtltillq-.0:Altaitian'
diplomarvnewly'Ana,rried:',', to,
American, girl
superior', offieer goildayi id :;,an
evetilis,-recal t.
said '1',11rstiSecretarY
dri ZToussaint,7,39;',of the- :Haitian'
erobitisYi:;',edinitted'.
shotr calibre ,rerolver ,rerolverneckv,
neckv, ,rerolverneckv, and, thest, of
istetunselor: Samuel .;Devieuit;
52, :-, Devieuk sat!, ,-e,nt'-,
An, 'embassy, atateinfit the
ahootitt occurred.' at ,10,40.:''a;iii.,
, :
evieux4 :was pronotinced
dead' it-,11, a.m,: :th-,:tyashingf.
ton Hospitil-Center.
Toussaint' was 'marilediaSt,
urday,. to, Vera- 'ID aniels'' tray; ;31,'
an, AnieriCair, eitiren., ,15 mem-,
, berrt .theeinbissy,-ettended the'
cerenitty.. -7" 7 ,1 ,j
The., embassy. statement;',.Issited
by 'Ambassador Luc Fouche,; said
recelyed-f 'his recall.
LATROBE,;:
urn, Alloys tOdaY
-nounced.., it is negotiating :dor',
merger ,With ,Metal Forming Corp.-
of Elkhart,,Ipti..t. An; metal ,form,
ing :'- assets would be obtained
throngh'' IA 'exchange it 'in -undis.
closed amount:of -Vanadium stock,
spokesmen lied-

!Ifrour',, diplomatic ''servige,:,Aisit,

oman To Probe
hailer Cheryl
IlithiLanl

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,"':''',. 'HOLLYWOOD 'tUPjAtt ittric'-''.',
.',-tive woman:probation' ()Ulcer, ber.',..
,'. -. self the. mother-of two, ,today bel,
F : 'gini an ,ifivestigation of the fitness'
I'r of Lana Turner; to "Keep; custody
',..,, ,of her, daughter, Cheryl. ',,, '',,.:...'o,
'' ::,,-'SMrs.,VJeannette Muhlbich !Will
I ,-.tallt not only' to Lana,. but else to
i. Cheryl's 'P'.' ather,,' $tephen, ,' Crane,
:, and '., ta :the w.grandinother,',, Mrs.
,' Mildred l'urneri, to prepare a rec rec.
. rec. eimpendatioty, to:, Judge ': Allen ''T.r.
k- -7 Lynch ,, for's: 'the juvenile ,:Sourt
tf. '.hearing toe 'April- 24.2,:":7:--,',',. '. ?.
!..,4 i: The, passienate'.. letters tbat--Lana
I
: rote' to' Johnny Stompanato; the'
: -,-jeslout lover whom' Cheryl, ki led
-,Avith. a butcher, knife;, may' weigh
1 .!igaitiat 7, the '.actress:' in:- determin
,'' nic whether,, hit mode' of lire is
,,-: Suitable, for; raising, 'a 14-yeit.-old
',' girli:';'-',Z.:' :1 '',' 4:: i :i:''', .' Y,,''!: s..r.' '''' .".
;:;:.; 4 tritte;,,iiielpiiVhilev: Yitidicated Yitidicated:,
:, Yitidicated:, :', that ,herttight resist Strongly the
i' ; RWArdillg of', atile-' etistody of the
L child again to hee'nletber, ,-: .,,'
' T A ,sPokestron ," said ',, Crane aod
I
L- Lana, -with their lawyers, would
'',1'" meet early' ',this Week for "an 'in.;
ki ',: telligent: discussion of the, girl's

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niorning with orders to' return- to CA
ps Probe-'
Haiti, Negro'repub ic in the,'West ,
Indies, Toussaint aPtylentlY At-Ne
blamed "bad reports", De-, gr
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Haiti, -,Negro-'repuhic in therWest ij 2.
' Toussaint 1! apparently rit
Na
blamed ',"lad ,..reports"..... by, 1)c. ,r
,vieus, for dill:order. r
, 4 Although a,inunber of; ebntriet
torbid:, their 1,diplomats, fel marry- ,t ,
foreignera,l.'i Haitian ,-embassy -.',"LINCOLN'Nehl AMY Potice
Hspokesman said -Toussaint's mar- ,and 'firemen' today scheditied a
riage leothlog ,40,',with,'"1,,!-Ihotough' probel of a fire in the
his reeed, home 'of an' absent Negro fathily
, :The embassy2,: said Ttiiissaint that ''--tried te, ; settle ,, in, a; white
Went home and give his wife,:the neighborhoOd
news:'' and :then."' returned', tos.-tbe. The head,-of the';' Sher Shernian
nian Shernian Brown,','a ,,:eonstruction fore.
lking a 'Colt detecrivCipecial man,' said le received "nuisance"
-

revolve from his desk, he went
to,'the, office of Devieux, argued
briefly with his superior and then
shot ,him while a frightened -,em:
bassy secretary; MarieAngele
imanche, 2, looked,
,Roger .Dre3rfuss,- embassy
second secretary," witnessed the
shooting from a, hallway.
, Police inspector Aubrey, Tolson
said Toussaint &dilated the shoot shooting
ing shooting in questioning by Washington
homicide officers ,in in office, ,at
the embassy. .e 1
, Toussaint placed in Ppro Pprotective
tective Pprotective ,custOdy:' of Ambassador
Fouche, pendiog instructions from
the ,Haitian,, government.asto
whether he should be tried ;here
or, in Haiti. His AMeriCalli
was allowed tO visit him. ,

telephone' calls and' other iamoy;
ances since be moved into the
home with his wife and five thil.
dren in January.; 4
Brown also sea he found sails
under, the tires ,of his tar and
lightbulbs unscrewed from their
sockets durinV the 'lliree.montli
period.', ,
The fivezoinn home was .badly
'damaged Saturday night, The own.
er,, John Stahn, said the interior
was "ruined." ,
Brown took' his family to Alex.
andria, 'La., several days ago,
and his employer said the family
1 has not returned because of fear.
himself,. however,rwas in
LineOla on the day of the fire. He
was in the home Saturday after,
'noon, police said.

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rincess -Soraya s tylood
harl'ges' On Cruise Ship

'Allis weather report for the 24
boars ending 8 1(34 today, is
, prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographid Branch of the,
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
High 96 85
,Low 74 80
EUMIDITY:' '
' 89 85
! Low. 41 73
WIND: ,
,,4max. mph) NW-18 NE-18
RAIN finches) 0 o
wiTER TEMP:
ofhiner harbors) 80 83
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16
High Low
',2t13 a.m. 1, 8:18 a.m.
AZO,Porn. 8:44 p.m.
lhoOME11 110111111m MOM 011Mo diannw.

dames A. Michener's
folltantie story of what
, happened when the
U.S. Marines came to
New Zealand.

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ABOARD U.S.& CONSTI'rUTION
Mediterranean (UP) 4Ex-Queen
Soraya of Iran, breathing a sigh
ot relleA, sailed for the United
States-yesterday on 'a voyage' to
erase tne bitter men.orres of her
broken marriage with the Shah.,
The beautiful, green-eyed Prin.
cess was almost in tears when
she boarded the U. S. S. Consti.
tvtion behind police who had ta
open a passageway through
crowds of Italian admirers shout shouting,'"SoraysSoraya."
ing,'"SoraysSoraya." shouting,'"SoraysSoraya." But all- 30011 as seamen cast off
the lines of the luxury liner, So Soraya's
raya's Soraya's somber mood lifted. She
smiled 'radiantly, to acknowledge
the .bou voyage cries of the
throng at the receding- dockside.
, Breaks Witt; Past

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, The departure seemed to repre represent
sent represent a break with tHe past ior
Soraya, divorced b th. 'Shah be because
cause because sho,could not bear him an
heir to imperial throne.' ,,,
As the liner bound-for -ew
York with calls at Cannes, France
and Algeciras, SpainASoraya sud suddenly
denly suddenly changed her' plans to' dine

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NEW YORK (UP)----Americans'
riding on the, psosperity of the
mid 50s went on their biggest food
buying spree in history last year,
the National Industrial Conference
Board reperted Monday.
' The NICB said that consumers
spent 48 billion dollars in 1957 on
food, compared to 40 'billion dol dollars'
lars' dollars' in 1954, or anincrease 0
nearly 20 per cent.
Sign' Icantly, the' board said
that prosperitynot 'arger popu population
lation population and .higher ptices was
responsible for most of ; the in increase
crease increase in food spending.,
The board said .that about 'iwo.
Ifiths 0 the 'acreage Was account.
ed, for by Atnerica's growing
pontafitni and higher prices. The
rest 0 nearly 'ilk billion doh,
t was attributed the
boom, ,

Innovations in ',T6oci
the board said, whetted,the ap appetities
petities appetities of many consumers for
more and costlier food. Processed,
pre-cooked and .frozen foods,,,ex foods,,,expanded
panded foods,,,expanded enormously in variety and
sales over tthr, past yeari the
the board said,' and self-service
inspired 'experiment and 'impulse
buying."
, The boom, hoWever, was it bust
for the smal grocery store, the
board said. The grbeery ,store do doing
ing doing less than. $10,000 a year,' it
said, is vanishing American in institution.
stitution. institution. , .-
Supermarkets with iaceipts ,,, of
one million dollarsor more an annually
nually annually now account for nearly one
, third of the nation's grocery sa'es,
the board' said. ,

Ch6Oilili prOditt .:',
4-,.,:,,,,, .-,::',;,, :..,.;
1!'..011''10..a!100..i:i,:
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SAN FRANCISCO (UP)Scien.
tists are wprking nn two radically
new typescof aircraft that would
ily 60 ,m ilea above the earth,
using only thin air ,fol,fuet
One ,sucb tircraft wouid be a
featherweight l'kite".t useful for
reflecting 4elevision signals.' The
other might be big enough to car carry
ry carry men and -instruments Indetin Indetinite'y
ite'y Indetinite'y around 'the earth.
These ',possibilitieti 4' were dis discussed
cussed discussed today in paper 'presented
before the American Chemical
Society, which' opened a five-day
convention with 6,000 chemists
attending. t,
Authors of the paper were
Serge Demetriades, technical con consultant
sultant consultant for Aerojet -Gener al
Corp. 'of Azusa, Calif., and Dr DrCarl'
Carl' DrCarl' B. Kretschmer, research
chemist ivith Aerojet-General, a
'subsidiary of General Tire and
Rubber,Co.,,

The ultimate success of this
"fuel-less flight" will depend pri primarily
marily primarily on the speed with which
single oxygen atoms of the uPpet
air can be made to pair off to
form molecules of oxygen gas..
In the upper atmosphere,. the
chemists said, the fierce rays of
the sun break up ,nearly all oxy oxygen
gen oxygen molecules into single atoms.
When the atoms recombine into
molecules, the release large
amounts of. 'energy.1-
' rhe trick is to make the energy
from this upper-world storehouse
available to aircra4.
One way it 'might ke done is
through a catalyst, chemical
that would promote the recombin.
big of oxygen atoms; br ,through
a ramjet .which would compress
a ',stream of air and' force the
atoms to recombine:
Rensselaer Tech is investigating
the possibility of constructing a
vehicle to fly at about twice the
speed of sound, using a catalytic
power plant. Since it would carry
no fuel, it could remain indeanite indeanite111,y
111,y indeanite111,y in the air. , I ,-

WILL ACQUIRE FIRM
, CORAOPOLIS, Pa. (IJP).Rock.
well Spring and Axle Co. will ac.
quire-Aere. Design-and- Enginerr,
ing Co.; subject to the approval of
stockholders of both companies, it
was announced today.

alone, in her- luxurious sun deck
suite, once occupied by Grace
Kel y before she was married to
Prince Rainier of hlonaco.
She- told Capt.' Ernest H.
son she would appear with her
mother and her brother. Bijan, in
the first class dining room. She
strolled on deck in a gay checked
beige suit add a sweater.
;Soraya. whose party had '22
pieces of luggage,: ,told newsmen
in her suite' that, things were
"much better" than Sunday; when
she appeared distraught and shak..
en ,at her mob welcome to Genoa
by; enthusiastic 'Italian crowds.
t Dclines Statemont,,

-But she politely declined to say t
anything about the Shab's divorce
or het future plans.'
But in Geneva, the Shah's twin
sister, Princess Ashraf, denied re.
ports that Soraya' was4 going to
the United States to undergo an
operation that would permit 'her
to have children.
The princess termed as. !'pure
invention" an Italian hewspaper
Teport that she had delivered a
arm& message ifrom the Shah!
offering to remarry Sorava if she
underwent, such an operation,.,
-- Princess Ashrat admitted, bow.
ever, that she had had a'"friend.
ly chatl with Soraya during- the
ex.oneen's stopover in Geneva re.
cently., -y, ,
1 The Viable scheduled to ',arrive
the United States for a Visit
next month. But Soraya bas re.
turn booking on the.Constitution
leaving New York May 13a few
days before his scheduled arrival.

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