The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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.....L' WASHINGTON; April 17 (UPYL-The-Arnricari. Federation ',, of Government., Em-
, iipy' n s i AFL-CIO) adopted' today e'W' aiten-,d-see 'attitUde toward whether 'James' ,L.:',
hatcher, should keep his post as president,of a Canal Zone police,ledge after ,beIriefired,
' '''''';' ''' 'Hatcherls newin Washington fighting his dismissal before' the Civil Service
,
' Commission apPeals ,exarytining, office. 'He may also apPear before 'the Board cr:Ap
peals,-if the office rules agatnsthim., .,,, ,,,,... ,. .., .. ,,. .,... ,.
, -. I ',Union, presiclentJames A. Carnpbeltsaid 'the ;federation. will not take a. position
.. until the board makes a ruing.,He pointed, out, Matcher can be. reinstated. ,,,,. .,, ., ..,,
4-,01Therit will be in final determi.: Hatcher, who was reelected pres , , . ,
21ration all along the line until the ident of police 'lodge 1978 by a -," , B, I ,,,
board acts., There is,, go way of nearly unanimous vote, Wall. '11, Ot prikpOdssi se, .,
telling bi 'advance, what the board available lor comment ,,: 4 , s g u 3d y liar'
til
: will do he said. ,',....,.,141., 4, 4,, ,, , , ',
To Rocket Man ,'.:,.:'' ',,:
'' Aske about the union s stand
' .,' 4 Ill d, SdOe joili;mirtileol, 7s:R101111iiCt ..
', ... the board upholds the firing,, ,.
Campbell said, "I would ,,, rather Ilid'illiliu!bis-',. ''',,
Tait and see ,what 'the, ,, board a 4 4, a f ''
-pc'eHge. noted,' howeVer,' that the II, 6.-0..60-66'"' tri 4 '
a WAS11114qTON "(UP)The head
ilon,constitotion says its members 111,41'-- of ;the.government's top aViation
' d
shall be government emPloYes., .,., ..,... ,, ,,,, , r 2: ,,,,,, ,., ,, ,:11; 1 '',2 research :agency saicl Wednesday
, an Army proposal for, shooting a
: ;.' - ','',,.,- .' t Revised plans and sPerlfica- man 'into space would have the
L a. ; tions for the pew- hesdouarters
' lec.1 ilv S Oraduale
of Ahe BalbostUnit of the Re- same technical Valle "es the' cir cirCUS
CUS cirCUS stunt of Shoeting A lady from
.,. , ,,,,,- , k serve tOfficers'' ,Training Corps a -cannon. 7 ,, ,, t'r ,. ,,,, ,
. , ,,, ,, , , A,, daruerinnogwmbeall7 iptrewpaasted, bebenenopild,elinedds, th'The comp,arlson -was T given 7to
g ; ill ' on, tile Drolect, will
(lesPtn For furl'ier C House Space Committee, by
Sii!' r411;:c Study ' 4 Dr.''' Hugh L. Dryden,. 'director of
nounced by the Engtheering and ,The National Advisory Council for
, I I 4, , 1 Construction Hui eau, ' ''' Aeronautics, NACA,, which .v, i I I

'4 tat; Ens Brew. U. S. 1st,
on of Mr. ,and Mrs.' Charles C.
Drev, of Curundu arid gradu graduate
ate graduate of Balboa High School, has,
been sleeted from among the of officers
ficers officers attending the U.S., Naval
rost-Oraduate r.Chool in Mon Mon.
. Mon. terrey,, Calif,' tot an advanced
Science education Protram under
the auspices .of the Office of
,, !lava' Hesearch.:
,

' -' '. a.; '-'''' '' '' '' '- WASIH4G114011'(UP)The head I
Be Opened'in Ilay'-- of ;the.government's top ariation,
' research agency said Wednesday
''' .'" '- -,-.4 '' ' ' An Army' proposal for, shooting a
' Reyised plans and sPeelflea- man 'into space would have the
tions-,for the pew- nesdauarters same technical value"as the' cir cirof
of cirof Ahe Balboa 'Unit of the Re- cus stunt of thoeting A lady from
serve tOfficers''. ,Training Corns a cannon. --- ,, ,, l,';- ., ,,,,', ,
are now being Prepared and bids :The comparison -was ;,' given 7to
on, the ProJect, will be, opened tha House Space Committee, by
during -Mat it was, been an., Dr.'''' Hugh L. Dryden,. 'director of
nounced by the Engineering and 'The National' Advisory ,Council for
Construction Hui eau.,-.. ', '. ''', Aeronautics, NACA,, which .:Av i I I
: --',.' ,"-,-,1".',-' ','' '-. ' '' ' form the nucleus of 'President ,Ei ,Ei,l,
,l, ,Ei,l, The bids opened March 20 on senhowees proposed civilian space
the origins.' design-were relect- agency. ''' ' .'--,-- '', ,e ;,)1, ,,,,,
ed lpy'the ,Canal one govern- Lt. Gen. Donald L.;', Putt; Air
ment as too 'high. ,' .''' --...' i Force development chief, said the
, The modified plans ,Are fOr a Arrny proposal would 'be "just a
under-one-roor, construction, t ballistic ride." He Said the '. Air
three 'brit-stony- masonry build4 Force has a-"soniewhat similar"
inms Inat 1.1-shina plan which program. Dug' he put.-greatest'em,
will tontoliv twa' classrooms, ar phasis op li,jnapned satellite prot
air 1' 'conditioned -,It audio visual ect, .,,, ,,,,- : --, : -..: '- ,,,,
roan'. ,'an 01 oftiee, armory,' ,i and ." '''' ''''''s 1 if '' ,
slimily room ', The aodio-visual .,tr.' Vernhr von traim, thd
room apd,',,the. two 'rlass -rooms Army's -top missile expert, told
will ..,br 'separated ,by al patio, the committee Tuesday ,, that the
Roth, will be joined ,,to the sec- Army. wanted to- tire a volunteer
tion 'containing,' the' office,. ar- 150 miles into space with a Red.
'IllerV and supply room by ceoy-- stone.missile ant bring him' saf,e,.
erei ppgplocfp ., ', .,,,,, : ,-,i, t.. ly badk2to eart141:,,l ,- ,,,. ,', '1, ,,1,
'rhe ROTC fleadquarters Ill
'w--- ;'N'on traint, "wto estimated 'the
be locate on lawrencoo-Johogon cdst of he project at .. 10 million
.1plece adlaeent to the 'Plot dollars, Jai& spade medical eX.,
clrhool and Junior' College build- erts livere anxious to' find out.
' '' -', hoW man would react out of reach

'''':, Aced!' ing to news receive on room audjhe. two 'rlaaa TOonis'Army-s -top missile expert, tow
' the stnmus',, -Drew swill spend will .,,t0 'senatated ,by a patio, the COminiltee Tuesday,,that the
,. '.,the ummer at various 0.14.11. Roth will tie jpined ,to the sec- Army. wanted to. tire a volunteer
tion -containing: the' office. ar- 150 miles into space with a, Red Red'!
'! Red'! activ ties hi ,Washington, D. S.
ril
,' ind 111,enroll in the fall term. mory and sUPPlY room by a-coy-- stone-missile ant bring him' safe safe;
; safe; tit ke University for further erel paggpete ., ,,," -, :., ,-i 't.,, , ly baek2to eartIV t 1,..,,
, graduate 'study in nhvsics.; 'rhe ROTC fleadquarters 'will ;.'v'o'n- ilra'u-'nt, '11,' io; e'stim-ite-d-.th'e
' 1," Ee attended t 'Balboa High be locate() on Iftwrence-Johmon
, mot cost of ,be project et.,10 million
- Sobool for four.'-years anZi, was l'IlPee adlacent to the medical ex ex-
- ex- graduated In June 1949. After cichool and Junior' College build- 'd()Ilars laid' sPade
.1' one year at the Canal Zone Ju- inf.'. ', ', -.-. , ,, ,, .,.. ,, ,,, 1, perts I Were anxious to' find out,
, 'lltor College ,be was selected for ;. r:, '' ,- .,.j ,, ,. .,.., hOW man would react out of reach
0'. .graVity. He said the' Russians
... the Navat,,,, ReaerVe' Officers '1- The cOntract for thicotictrue- already have '', the, capability 4.;to
Training Corps' ,.-PrOgraMa and tion of a. new air conditioned
- Iva graduated With ,a bachelor activities building' and: auditd- carry 'out ...such' an: experiment.'
, , ,
nhvsics !Jun has already. been Awarded The President'm told Ids neis
, et 'science ',',,- degree in
' : rom the' 'University of Colera. to the 'Isthmian 'Constructors, conferetice Wednesday; however,
' tie, txt 1951 .,,.-,,,,, , ... i f,ne., 'which made a, box bld fd that he ; would not approve Von,
'' "vo';During the time fie was- in A541.00 On the nroject'Tbis buil- Braun's ',proposal', or any other
',,,, rhool in Balboa he was a mem,- ing is to be located on DA site space 'flight experiment unless his
alho,a,, ROTC scientific advisory' committee 'de 'de'
' 'de' er of the Nationel Ronor, so. of !the nresent,',J3
.
-'. clety arid the, Phi Theta ICanpa. headquarters. 4,,, ,., ,,- ., .., ,'' cided it was Useful and necessary.
'": ti scholastic honorary society at ..., '' - .. , i ', , , J, ,
,
''. junior College., :.' : , .In s'bial,' testimony before '' the
a '' ,i, .., x, ; :' ,,--,-., '', ,,,.13egoar lelhol' FakeijI '. House group, Dryden, asked for
-i' 't In a letterAci Sigaf r,sle-r, Su- - , ,- ', ', 'comme'ot on Von 'Braun's gropos gropos,,
,, gropos,, perintendent of' the Canal Zone
MI 111,, said NACA had receive -some
Dauahler's 'Dea '
, Schools 'announcing his selec- 111 ,- 200 proposals for ,putting a man
- thin tit Drew gave credit to the 7'. - ',, 7 -, into space. ,., : -. ;
f
, Canal, ',, ine Schools 1, for his 6 d ;
, fghOlaSt: I success. '.. ' .,, OS 10 Days al ...-,,, Under Von Bratin's proposal,' a
,,--"I alsk ,ys felt,privileged that s ',,,,,,,, -, t , , , ; man would ,be 'encased in a ape ape:Thad
:Thad ape:Thad be( n there for thOselears, ,,, A new approach to begging 'was cud capsule in the nose of s Red;
,). lie 'said,,,', III,' believe our hack- uncovered by Canal Zone police stone missile. At the' peak of the
1' groUnd ,i, from the Canal' Zone when they 'picked up a Panama. roelfel'al flight," the' capsule, would
' schoolkto be sunerior to that of nian, Aquilino Castillo, near, "the break loose and fall back into the
Civil Ailairs Building yesterday. '' ocean where the passenger would
, c the avierage ., Stateside scheols
Irony contaets I have had' with The-mail arrested tol c'charge be fished dut alive.' 't,'', ,' s' ''
, ptherAtudehts." -,,'' .1 ,, of vagrancy Jiad been wandering Drvde '' ic11' 4' ''',41; it b '' Id
e wou
, . around the CAA' building h rk n saY a
,,r, . 8 ow- 1 e to start as quickly as pos posil
il posil o I th Bureau' ing passers-by a note which stat sible development of a satellite to
-; '' ed that b
..,, ,, , ,,,,, . t is daughter' nad just carry an ast
ronomical telescope
- .J1) 24
r, o SAMOIICI , died, and he needed money f
' the funeral., : , '' -,.-or and tele ul t it
n so
vision eq pme
, , ,. t .- , . .i 2 I:, -- could transmit 'pictures back to
,... 'yt'--'..'Ili:it- r4,:sgpii ''' .1 '',' '''. '. ,.. Earlh.1 ', ..,

Vernhr von traim, the
Army's top missile expert, told
the committee Tuesday,, that the
Army wanted ta tire a volunteer
150 miles into space with Red.
stone,missile ant bring him' safe.
ly batk2to eartht,:i ,'

', jObS;AMOngtO
, ,the funeral... : 2 -1,,,'. could transmit pictures back to
, check by police revealed the , ',
,
Open With Canal ,A a 1 ,.
A ,ii., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, fact that Castillo did nave a kil ,)i 1
- ,"I'wenty-four positiohs,' ilia -of daughters-,-,-but she -was --very 111 u a
, DeSiinated.
,thern in the Health Bureau, are much alive, and at, present living k I
-currently available with the Canal in the P allaMit! Correctional riaticin.cil LawHDay:
. -tegular transfer-vacancy' bulletin School. i - ',
; issued 'by the Personnel Bureau., When asked today -in Balboa V
' '4 (' '4.' 'B'USPie' sidenf- --
- ,The positions open in the Health Magistrate's Court why he had f , t ,,, , ,. :
, ;Bureau include head dietitianl fabricated ti4e story, ,Castillo re- -.'rhursdet, May I; .." has been
head nurse, medical technician, plied: ' s- .-, t ,." ',' designated as Law Day, in a pro pro.,
., pro., Public health nurse, and a t a f 1 ,, , , clamation issued by President
' ,nurse. i, ,, '', '-,, ',', "I'm popr than and that was Eisenhower..' c .- ,
- -- Otbir. types of employment ist. the only 'way I could think of ,to , , i ''s
td are '' accountant, ckauffeur, gct money.," -- 1 ,',' ' s Citizens of 'the United States
;Ielerk-stenograPher, clerk typist, Said Judge John 'E. Deming:, have been urged to observe the
, ',commissary supervizor,locomotive ',4sThat is exactly the same as day with appropriate ceremonies
' 'engineer, locks sccuritY patrolman, stealing; When someone asks for and activities:, and members of
' r,,,paving' and heavy.labor lead fore- help that needs it and is telling the legal profession. the press,
qnans, library assistant, :towboat the truth, no tine will believe and Jibe radio, television, and
; ',Master, e' office helper, pumping him." ,' : J,ts motfon-picture industries have
4p'ant operator and supervisory Castillo was sentenced fo spend been, asked to promote and to
-, Y steward. '; ' ' 10 days in jail thinking it over. participate in the observance,
,

isterd6lt Vitlust'The !leaf AS 'CZ s. All1Lt:,
ccoid t3.1.perirc:s;' Vic' s Lri
,

A new, all-time, all-place ,high temperature record to the Cana Zone was set at
;I' 1 p.m. yesterday when the thermometer at Balboa Heights reached 98.1 degrees.
- The previous Canal Zone high temperature record of an even 98 degrees ivas set it
Madden Dam in April, 1920. '
Yesterday 1 afternoon's record temperature, however, Was tempered by a 39 per Cent
nmmidity and sa ,fresh breeze which helped relieve the heat.
4" The 98.1 degree temperature yesterday. climaxed a six-week period durhig whichthe
, temperature has, failed to reachAt,leact 90 degrees only on four days. A high of 97 degrees
r'"was renorted nee during this period; degrees, three times; and 95 degreeS,"eight ttmes.-4
- "If they're shooting for 100," one dripping Zonian grumbled ',yesterday afternoon
,
'',1.41they can Stop zight now., "'

- WASHINGTON, April 17 (UP).---The Daughters of the Anier Anierlean
lean Anierlean ,revolution a large patriotic society; adopted a resolution
today urging Congress to ,declare, "compete and exclusive soy.
,
ereignty in perpetuity" over the Panama Canal.-
The DAR, assembled in ,their 67th annual Continental eat eatgress
gress eatgress ',asked for, "prompt passage" of legislation aupported by
Rep. Daniel Flood tD-Pa.) who recently charged that Panamaf
nian government 'officials .wero trying., to ,,wrest Canal rights
from the United States. ,, "-
PanaManian ambassador 'Ricardo, It1.-.Arlas promptly 're-'
jected tits proposed move Sating it would' violate existing trea treaties.
ties. treaties. !- s;"
, The envoy, said be iva not surpried by ,the action of the
DAR. congress, known for. Its conservative,, and nationalislie
policy,'-, ') '!' ,,
, ', 4' 3'
; "The United States," be declar.1 cative ropaganda on hehalf ',,of
ed, "cannot by amilateral 'action fantasticidemands for (a) further,
decide how 'to interpret 'or ,what and impossible,' annuity and, nth.
future tOt give to the treaties that er henefits, und, (b) the impair.
govern the reliant', beween our ment and practical ilestruction -of
two countries." ' the absolute and exclusive sover.
Tbe 'resoltdod on the' Panaria eignty, in perpetuity of the Unit.
Canal passed by the DAR, congress ed States over the constiuionally
said: acquired territory of the C sin a 1
"Whereis, widespread propagan. Zone,' and' over the' Panama Can.
da 'of Communist origin has, and al, constructed ,at the cost of the
stilt is, aimed at wresting owner. American ,taxpayer and maintain.
ship and control or the Panama ed and onerated by the United
Canal frm the United States and States on terins of equality for all
its internationalization: and 'nations acrequired by treaty; and
"Whereas, radical elements '' in ',: "Pothers's, these sinister and
the Republic of Panama are car.- demagogic agitations hava, as,'
'ring'on 'active ind highly provo. their purpose, the Ilqiiidation or,
, fatal weakening of such sever.
,' -, shinty, eltogether Indispensable

for tho maintenance,' operation
and protection of the Canal, and
this without the slightest sugges',
tiOn of reimbursement o the U United
nited United Stasi; ofr is vast invilst.'
ment In the Canal enterPrise:
Resolved,' that, the 67th con.
gress,,tational, society,' Daughters
of tka ,American Ilevolutionres
pectfully, but most earnestly ant
upon the Congress? of the 'United
States, ,the prOntpt pass'Age of
House concurrent, resolution ;d,
nelW pending, which has foe Its
purpose the reaffirmation of the
eompleti arid exeusive sovereignty
'in peroetuit of the 'United States
'twee the Canal Zone and yenama
Canal In accord with baste treaty
agreements.",

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Russia If fishermaw,
,'
Clash'.1111111Britalv:
DUNFERMLINE Scotland
OR) -- British, frigate Wedneea
day steamed for 4he scene oka
reported clash between Britistk and
Russian fishermen in the, orth
Sea midWay between Scotland And
Sweden. ,
11,4;yal Navy dispatched the
fisher)! protection frigate Belton
following an urgent radio message
from the captain of the British
fishing boat Harold Cartwright.
The. skipper reported that tWo
Russian trawlers had fouled a n d
cut his,, Russian Fisherman ,ship's
fishing nets. He. maid his ship imd
a econd Britih fishing boat, the
Ethel1Mary, had a load of tisk in
the nets at the time: -,'
; The British boat gave its position
is 240 miles northeast of Aber Aberdeen
deen Aberdeen on the east coast of Scot Scotland.
land. Scotland. The Belton, faced with poor
weather,. was. expected to reach
the scene "'Thursday,
- The e Admiralty laid' the fri-,
gate Would-, put boarding parties,
aboard' the Russian vessels., R
said 'a 'Russian interpreter also
would go aboard. ''','

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.P.F..1,0,i.,....$5.',ifine.;

DAILY NEWSPAPEI

- ,
',Foe leaving the keys to his ims
in the, ignition, Gladstone H. Mc.
Leod was fined $.5' today in Balboa
Magistrate's Court. ,
, ,The Wyear-o'd Panamanian left
his but unattended on Roosevelt
Avenue on March 21, in addition
to leaving theiteys In the ignition.

45,41,, 4.4.0116,;.014
, ) ,4 : L :
Nil-YAER-OLD rtolando .Atkin,was picking !mangoes 'off a;
tree ',on Fpurth ',July Avenue -- on the Gana Zone
when 'he noticed a policeman watching him.- In his baste to t
scramtble down the tree; he fell, hitting, his' head on the;
ground.i- A, Gorges Hospital doctor Was rushed over to cum..;
- ine -the boy -who,was, taken-to the. hospital ',tor treatment.
iNote mangoes on the ground.- P.S.-,-No charges ,against

,,',:',...., .1fj.' Alvitn.E:;., fberr, 1, U.S.... ,A,12,thje,,,d,,T.("..es';,'Ce, nlyal:,Exchinge:9fliceil-- -,
on the Cran- al Zone lid-, his teur et d i I; ''' 'e d d '' ' ''''' ''' 1 '."
,, ,,,, ,, ,? ,, , ; ',,,,., u,r, ere xten e ant yea's. ',. In w ut,,
yott,, migh,,,,,t2,ea11, a.,Irew,,, str,;(1,,,,,,:fer;,..kils a,nti..,E, in'''am'a4litin,"!ait' itside'"k Isi'On'rehijingv'';; ,'
inatteri; ; a,. Panamninn ,-. olitielitsi".'ehirkeiLto-daty- i';';'''' ''''' '' '''''-'''''-:".''''''' '''''''''11'''. '''
...-',,,..,Ayrik,t,1Iaby'11,) Onjn it.',-.Chanirin'cin' a'ilh'e-fo'relgt)' ''' rellii'tio-n.i''C'otti'''' 4m-'irt...i4vi''f' ,iirch'''': .' T.'
Na,tionalAss,embly,' made-the 'itateMent In' 'the Coarse of an' extensive' rePlY:to'recinti .'
declarations on US-Panaittania nrefation'''s 'hi ReP.;:.'DanielA, Fliiod (0-Pa. ''' .1' ''''''r ' 1 '
1 .... .: Alem' ',Oa:departed frim his preparett,tetitJa 'single,'Weber, out.iit'c2n.'ite'C'to. ii;rih";''
allegations that the .US has failed in, its tr,eat-iniPoiediabligation,lo "'jive' PonaMi's';'
merc an s pre erential, rights in the",Canal ;one inarket,; .,te,, '..;!-'.,:,;;,,',,,'''', ,,7,.' ,,;,: ,'''','.',-.-:.i. ''
"'i,,,',. aiihbean Commend ,recently,announted that the, US AfMedFiyitiLl the tana17,
Zone..canttibuted pore than 446 Millioi'ta the Panamanian' etOn'aMy itt pa' toile r ''' '
ihases, contracts and services '11'1951' ''''' '4- i -... i -, - -X, I Pu -"''
i,,,-,4 ..,,- -,t,,, .4, 1:,.....,. t, ,,, 1.4,.., ,,,,,,. 7 .-
h-... 'A Ireakdown.'of th, e total included $2 131395 spent on'food prod t $771'923
o s, I ., , LIC S, , '.
on alcoholic, and nou-alcoholic bevetages,11,128,974 on'commerciali, itims an' d $1 t''''''':
240,899 'on tonsuirer geods: It is': underitood-.Weber' was,,'repansihrefor:cf,Caniideri;'';';'
spen mg, i -; ,, ..',,. .., sJ.,,..7 .,',s ....7 3. '' ;!), i -:,1;A:',,',..; ": i' '', !... ; ft:, :''.. '''
able:Portion of this' (14 '' '' - ' ' '.-''''''' '' '''
,
. ..
-. '4' '''' A, ',man said that the Canal. Zone wailhever intpnded ,' -.,-,..,; ,' : ,":- .'. ' :u.'n-'1.:''d ..'s ,.':
, italsamferelenry:'4en inferred
:to be a: tourist at,ea,, yet:w,,ititthe'iontXnuing Sale of, luaury by .!., penamk; -to .. the
and, tourist itenle,,in.'; the Commissaries;f r.xs,, and ;-Siles : s -- ,'Il'isTm'ae.-n' ,'
,,, , ,, ,, , , ,, .... ., ,.',, , !S,Ttaht:Pmes;;;an-a' '',A-Ss'em
:' ...''"'; .' ';':"...,:i':'''''''' staistronniaedi,Zrettlecrielennee t
-S....t.,O,resi,,,,th,at.,vi, as,,,w-pst it was becorning. le interne.,
treaty made by..thieliO'91Seclbreetar;19-o3f,l'
,,,:, ').,A.,sked,w,h, it hie aom, m, ,ittoiithaiiht, about thi',p,r,olinsai
,-that,.,,qanal,.,i.sn'yenints. 'Mould be split 5.07'50betw.eenOinr; fetr11.9tbsc.eTalinfitn bcenfmorineitytheet, iten190at5e,:,1a.,
5 ,,,,,iii ii: tkMaTiftli 1. i, it. unit.), rd, 3,.:;, :nts. be, ,, 1),;,atC7st :i::. ,,, 061. ii,11..,. th,t,,r,o.:nn,e ;,a',", .n711, lit, .,r ,:iti,,v vi a, ,,a1.:;tti,a,,:t,,.1e,n:: 0". e.. ...:d!. gi:. ,tr,. ler, .. ,0,,a, .i r,"!. r. ,..':. 0 4., .' ,,t:13,,il:a...t.1,. r t. 1., t.;..,1 IC!:,1'., pti ..,a,P.' ': t,e, to's!. liti, : ,r ho Itv'' hAeoll:s pet Ibmn sn, al vie:Ines ,d ..'s; uaj ,r r;edttinete 4tdti eti,, ,et;thrsaeltsdait, y' btehrober, t, t 71,3 ,I,d' :121, ,:-
iol f has nothing- to do with ',the r")ela..,'' ''
,tions between' rename 'and the 11;:
',-.40.. '44; He .(cita. ItiS failure tit! ,f., ,a,t:', ,to,ap'ply:.,,thti,;prlric,,, ti, 0
,equi,i, pay, tof,e,tlufk,Walli, (011,,,,'th 6 :PRI) Of los n.,49 ',,'',Rajt, ft exan;Ple Iii,ted Stastsenal'; :1." s'eA' O. b'''' t'.. -1' :
a.md a ssotatronoisninioturosasbolooroRwfooP1 ro.- os'honFoloodmu;....
,, ,f, rnu,01.1.-C,,Ortt,plia,ncs w, itill,,,,th:tr,eitty,,,Fle did, n,,o,t, 1.11' .k.,i.t,
. Al nit, ;
its more equitable b rtiCIP.1101111'..!
tah:elignairlawor!.: :
.':, zra.P. aMao..:tifin.eda"138(n.:slinia'n,h'in'';1:0Ip:611:...:11:11.dn:;:ilbrm. k,e.a. it,1",tifpg:.a,rri fed..'. Oa,. 61:tir, 0:0..,tri,:'ho',j.,w4:71)... lie,t: 1:Ss:oa. ':a's.d'ig.int;:..:. eVti...',e:jr:doen.rt,.:Mh...r':,,T,; ..e:,:iedl.'nn:.1::1::no.,.,..:::ri:4).g.:;01',.:.i-n.t',..t."1.h..h.,:a'11.;:..P..,1,,p;an....et',13'n.a..y::.aa! '' n$111.
i''hate,tiegirrtinagtin.011107;01:Olad'n't illegati4. r.
Mthilinb.461Clarlitil '-4:1 t,.' :, .,
, a an 1 :In gun: simre, oarte. rb,:s,h, :nriaminos.ittbye
to is :',aurv' '' !Vert oy, ms. WI e. 'Solt
is survived by. his wife soltnad-anedu 1:0hfath;lisPnotteweemysilenswInShiPchiredto btal't.ecotmht: i ,'
'1' Al'eman' divided- his reply
rtobwirlaenrdt:
tw grivd.thildrent' Geerie and
Fini ileo.:notripsi,i00,n!,tdoo,bstvhi,o,roueuseity
made in an at. tri ,,, ,,.. i -,, -, ., ,f." the ,United St
.. -The.best answer to. such' coin.i '-
eliwiLe -4 in' te' 'a'' proapercnia ' - ides' Aleinsn j'' siliar
plains must bait treatment whicit
Paname." '.. '', ..; '
. who. it:. s. tn., t h i t t h , r. emf 1 ea ncu t:s 0. iojanuf nt dstgt lh sec seolc ulbaata:nnui ntd: t sts, A, ezs q, le n ii. psureti I. tyytt000,ht'aleei: .11 abl:ttahhet;oes.;,: ,. :. ......,
vill14,1ze,d 11:nation. ., ';,. .42.. i ..,,- s'''. 11.1.1tified corn
ta!tTenseIttun,athidinisg'tphaatna'
' tcd1-4enaeam2gilnidt,PaptISDatwounrzta9atoem,naginiediasceananar,tadsniosen:9,"1:11,11iejart,aeldrAueilfyill.gt,osYn,hr:arstlm:to.4'1:0e184,7;:ih;p'nagr'"asr.;th:'rv:sedi :41.- t. i
tmlit"iilistelplial inl'imic t
a len rom Colombia; became only
a ,link in a chain al, eirentS
Tii3s..".APliallinaMtearPtrreetaattlyMbpdfOrkjiMee'r1N3U. whch 4 Ass bi
i 1 or at 'legit:three quarters e,m, Yman, stated. He empha. ',
S. president William ii.,Talt;. made
. o a century made. mevitable .ke sized. Mat it ,sho
while Taft, was secretary of state. ,. se ., . uM -be reflectel
, .. . ,., , 4 ....., separauon ,,or Panama' from Co; s'"
n only lathe field of diplema,"
no plica. ; tt lombia t whi it P tie -exch '' -
, o c ,, mama had Vol. 4.
,,,' demon ,aald he Would have.
gh, untarily .become. annexed ,,, u p e n 4, 1
le d of reality.'!";,,,,,,,,,,, -,,,,':..' ., :i;'... ,',...
' his views midi known, throu gaining its (;,' independence from ''' Turning to: Flood's'. comiatt.. !-' ;
, out the United ,States,'!bt in ,... . sod of what Pan
amo receives for for,
, for, Influential. friend of '- Panama,: S,P,!in:-' .-'. I : 2' ' b 'the,
tbom published in the Coogres-.' nited, States, aided 4n,,,.tho., pro. teret -earned: for the Suet Can,
: sional Record,- as- Flooti mere; cess that( notably served ;t k o 'et before Its expropriation,- Ale,4 7
progressive aspirations of.. Pane.
, Aleman declared Flood miide ma
ma, it Is also tree that ,, t li il, .nana firm established in, PoOd,.. ''
Ilk ,erroneous statements, i which
(the II,S.), did so, motivated pr 'm11, ts.it," Mali Concession in !::
strayed away from- the historic
merily ,'14:, their sown .',, interest ,LtbrePorison to i the: vast Canal-i
facts of ,the.(,case, "and lit the
obtaining P the ;,;oncessionOt l'..foncession; pays Panama annuaLi
same time .represent a ntIstaken If tWici what tho government of 3 --
what in panams,s kuild ,an intereacelOc,e a n a 1
impression ,or. ., aifter haVing, failed to .. do iti" the United Slates pays."..h, 4,- ,,' :., "t
opinion, should, be the policy' most
with the .conient. of Colombia, '-!-'And let It not be said that -,4114
apt' to strengthen ,grod relations
The ',Assemblyman ,aentinued.,,.,'
, Panania does.- not ,produce ,,liburfi" ....-
between the two countries' 're
garding the' Panama Clinal." ':
"And.; the.' United; States .,',.. tar dan pecuniary profits, becatise the '.
.. gloms .0f, these statements eie ried, its unilateral interest tw,such ID the elleS4 ink addition tp the' api
,' also .offensive to ,my coOntry,1! a Point that; ,they, did not offer preciable, monetary earnings, bas .':.
',. LAteman ',icicle& .1 , ,. ,, Panama a ',treaty sitnilar to the Drought.,the United States. ;,' great ''''
Emphasizing that he sgoce, as one, thep ha&,.. recently 'signed benefit and inluende, which cannot,.
, chairman of, ; the, Foreignl',. Bela- with' Colottbia,,, slid ?Which ',',was be, measured tn, terms Of -,mottey.1
tions Committee I! ef 'the .; National not- ratified'. by "that- ceuntri,,, bet ',-- He,., cited ; a; !example; whit ale ....:
instead a treaty whielf waslinore said ,, was -an: official, report) that., ..
Assembly,- Aletrian said he Alfas a a,ware
,ware a,ware that ',Flood's statetnents,!'do onerous-Or !anima.: end more the United, States had econqrnized e'',.
not represent the' opinion ;',of ',the advantageoui tor the"- y nit e' di not less than ,40 per, cent of its na
o' goveroment,,' of:: the V o i t e d States, ,,,..WOlcb. Panama' had',. 16 at budget by ewning, the PaPamt .:',.'
States look s,"practicalli like tki accept under pressure of circilm. Canal, which giver the U.S4, fleet
States" and it Wall no t necessarp stance almost equivalent to com. the- effeetiveinents, of .one fleet. oli
for, theni to be ) answered official pulsion."1,,,,--,,,, ,;; , ,, ,. ., ,, ,, two., oceatts;. ' s :, '- :,,,, '. ,.
through diplomatic hannels. .,, o.- !amen 'said' Borne of lite differ 'Aleman conclude& Ida' prepared
, Aleman accused Flood of inak o
e ces -.between the,- treaty; offered text saing ha IP a n a m at.,,, bad. ''
ing 'the United States look "prae tO.Panama and Abe. one offered to faihfully ;complied with.,its ob'1.-
Colombia are: : ,. ., gattons, ;but desnite,,-Its.,1solidarito ',,
tically, like the creator ,of the Re
public' of. 'Panama ,--1 like -a ben 1., The treati. -with ,,'Coiomble- witit the.U.S., -"there.is still rehcb ,,
efactor,- who;,,, after giving,- life to contemplated a concession renew- to, he ;desired from the p.S; with ,'
the, young ., nation', tonverts it able every, '100. years;'- bile 'an eegard to, its., obligationa aricr' its
' from a insalubrious and aauseat "absurd",,COnCeSiOn' in' pereettt
e equitable:, and just treatment' -to. '
, Wai demanded' front Pane g -; I ward hi Re ublic 'P nania,r '"
" ''"'.- ,,,.",!,- .,,. 1 2., Colombia 'was milv. k d f ) ' '''. ''
tA ,- 1 ,e ,, .. IS e '. or . :,,,- r ,
memoriol-aervice ) a 1,2 -.mile zone,- twhile one al Wrier'
I d. ''C''''' '''''''
a 4.1o, trio,,:.,,,,,..,,, ,,
,,. ,,:,,,,,,,, , c .. ten miles was imposed on Puente. i.,,,,s7'''
Foi,Geoyge,Block'... 3., Colombia -wait offered a. joint A ftts'ilti'il'''P'-'.''k a-
, ,, . ,.. exercise, of ,,audicial, health '. and -!' -- z..r -Al or e 1
Methorial Cervices'. for 1 george Police jurisdiction ,in'..the : -Zone
; A ''''Ir''''' I r'''''' ''''''.i'
Black,' Se.:-retired Panama Canal tO; P.tteama ho participation'Awa t AVOI .w0,MM'.
cell) oye 0,yho, die& last Saturday offered.- ,,,,, .,. ,, -I ,. I,. . - ., , ,'". ",..
ill New Aork, ;will, be held Satur. 4.-' The ise Oetvater areas' -nia .'7 Anjeliody's Car iatii ''n'il .'s'-' i 49'
' day afternoon in Gahm at 2:30 by to 15 miles Outside the 'limits' of ':Canal ,Zone' Police 9 s' 11- ''
are trying te
Elk and Masonic organizations. I, the Canal- ..Zone was pr '' I
posed to ocate ,the owner of 1 ear from
.' Mr.. Black's ashes are b e i n g Colorable:: an vitlimit d h. b '
e ,, conees- w lc a radio was, stolen on -the
brought back to' the' Isthmus by sion of land r
and .auxillary; waters moreinCet April 2. i -: ' '
his son, George Black, Jr. on Sat, 'inside the. Sur' di ti of
is c ea the Re- :, They saki today that a mai, WhP
urday and; will be tommitted to public was' sdeinalide&froM P w k d
,, ;ana, i ass pic .e., t-up.,recently has cow.
Coco Solo Bay from a Panama Can ma. ., .. ';, .., .,,,o,, es ed to eealing a radio from a .,
al tug after the services.,'; ,,.. ,,,,, 4, ,,;- Allmon .-;-. quoted j stataina'''t car parked m the Canal Zone near
; ; Blatt, Jr.' who flew up to,' the -made ,by,-..Itifere bele the Ill s th I
re. o., e o d Tivoli :Commissary. ;.; f-
' States when notified,, of his lath. Ili 1 i
i ca -comm ttee, of, the Unit. ,;However., no reports of missint "'
, er's death,. is arriving early Satur. ed Nations on Nov; 14, 1946, 'te 'car radios ,' ha
n receive
ve IT, ,
d
, day morning 'by plane. He will be the effect, that "the ,;.trip ;., of to date -,,,
accompanied, by, hii mother, 1 :" :land, known. as 'the P C T '. '' -'' '' '' '' ' '' '''
anima a. he Balboa Detective or 1 i e al
' ; Mr B1
, ack, who was 71yeats old,' nal Zone has not beim ,bought; 'would like th
e owner to come into
'-, came to work for the Panama can. ,conqueredj. nor
, s it n ewe d, net.. ,the,Balboa Police, Statioa.toIden.,
al In 1924 and retired in 190. He nted ' 1 d '
gra nor ease ., nor I has lily the-radio.' , ..,

lal Zone was 'hover Intended i :- ;. -'' 4 .
, , ,k ( Its ',,sovarolonty 't tan inferred '
:he continuing sale of luxury by :, Panams,; 'to the Unit d
States- , , , ,,, 4
,mis,ssrIss, r.,, ,,n,d',S,a1,611,,,, .The Panamanian asemblyman
becoming. ?, ., '. -, -,: also Made reference to an interne.,
0 1 r ' ' tation otiArticle III of th 1903
I thought about thi proposal t ,
, , reaty made by;then Secretary ,of.'
s split 50-50 between,' Pinr, Stes Taft before: the Senate In-
rrddteltdi'a,,,Ithtraetolti,;thbeo,tv19',211.., :
bstained Tom quoting tpepi., f o C mm.1 ce m 1909.
,,,O''"e:11't,,e,,,4,;'''ai;d:e7,1,,i,,7,'"'. '',,,, r,':'7;71't.;,,711rrl,.;t, ID:ni: tirhthe'rAe:Inetrernmenalintlei'ia Sta te i sod Ct,..,
..,,,,4.:,,,,, ..! ,.,., 4. ,, .. I ,,, ,,, .. which was Lrelexred toilby t d:
,110ihtlig 10 do wit 'the relso, 'i
tions between Panama'and Abe U.('
wo
ar', tO, ',11?tly :.thjo:,. prmc,iple, .9t
' a'n ''''''ob"st'aclo:
a. the Honorable Ron., Hoed-.
, seometo Insinuate ..., for tho th '
)6 ;anal' ZOne' at ,it.h. ex.ampl, ci,t,elidor, Sul:sena. l'; ,14,-,
' ' 14 il'il ''
sett,. e J.. not Anink rates ...,41,
Inv tho bonolits,, of the.. 'Conal.r:
- Al ', &tad Statal it 11 0
iSIS'oa' a'sd-g1110.41::::i'bir'dentabillh'rgieinnKiri:::ngen:e:,:tleh';eallt,t-C9:'P'11Pah,":naY'll ',' Allti;:iarlnrindeg;111;011:11';:bilildfd.'':::firtliii.Clelfil..:ttim.i:11111:1' '' r:
',..-::.,'' ,,' '',.,;',';',' "''''',. ..,' ; .., '. that 'agitation in Panama regard.,
:leBiurva. tive,d;b:, b,ist, vi. ite 'so,n ,,,an, d itnbge sixinriteeadter;tsahtaerse, inAlethineabin 711latitit,
s survived by- hiS wife, WI and tohfatht eisPnaonweamytianswinshipchiredto bfacy ,ecotmher':
Nye grand-thildren George and Pa munism or by' animosity toward',
ingt well into a proipernus and el
,, 4.'The best answer to such coind '
plains must be As treatment whicit
vilized nation. ,,, ,,' i ,,-, o, "Justified complaints at the Ite;,
, "The' truth is 'that the United Public of Panamt.' ,, ,; .,,
reflects justice and equity,",-, the ..
Assemblyman, stated. lie empha ,',
Ithatteetts,410nr,,aaitdilnegliPt ,.a:harmeta'cliusaertpearts
the sized that it ,ahouM he- reflectel
sialloftpmilalainbnnki :al r.,e::,:n ito:' r Yay:C htliimh: hall flai dnbpal, all., ,n: n :Tat:. v :ca. I: rat:: lvobamteede ilEntole ..1:11 i', i', sneolo :Id oo to; lwry eh aai niti ,tptyh:ae: a. ,f, mi, eld, r, co, f, ,, ,II:. di vi ,p. I: syr mf 0 ra : 7: . 1
tie -exchanges but also' on;,,tho:
separation -of ,' Panama ...
., Turning to. Flood's'. comiart. ''
untarily become,'annexed ,,, u p i n
gaining its '., independence from
EgYPt earned for tho Soot Con-,,,,
,al before Its osnropriation, Als.''
".11, private baJ ''
, 'Timis it te- tree--thet th., it tho use of the Canal Zona to what '.;
nitod Stales aided 'in,. the, Pro.
.nana firm established In, Pans- !,
I-concession; pets Poolmo annul :,"
miss that I notably served h e
progressive aspirations of., Pane- man Paint" out:
ma, it Is also Irma that t h o T
(tho I.S,9-) did vs, motivated pr me, vsith-o Malt COOCOStion ilt!::
marily iii,. their town , Interest L'ItePorlson to i the: vitt ,Canal,-;;
,, ly twice what tho government or 3
,tho United Slates pays." h -, ;:, 4
In obtaining tho ,,eonciassion0;)
, ,"And let it not be said tit ,4h4.
'Irild ,an intsreocoanie ',cane
aifter baying, failed to do io'
'with tho consent, of Colombia, Panania 'does. not ,,produce abuiti ..
Tho ',Assemblyman Continued- ,, '' dan pecuniary profits,, because the ..
r. l'e"dA, nitdt'uthneil'ateljrnalltdinteSrtaesttlo'''stuacri 18 the ella4 in addition tp the OP4
preciable monetary' earnings,, his 7.
a point ,that ,,they: did not offer Drought the United States ,l'grest
benefit and in.luence which cannot
passms a treaty slinilar, to the
be measured in, terms of-money." '
one thep had 4,, recently signed
with' Colottbiat aiid :Which ',was
not ratified', by 'that cpuntiii,,,bgt ., He, cited as ,exampli whit olio ,,
instead a treaty which' was' mote lald WaS an nflieleL reOorti that w.
the United., States tad econqraized e',,,,
onerous-fer 1,', anama and ,more
the",.. p n I t e'
advantageOus for di nOt less than ,40 per cent nt its na a.,,,
States, i,t:WiliCh ranama, bedt, ,te al budget b3r, pwning, the Panama ,,','
Canal, which giver the U.S4. fleet .,--
accept' under pressure of circum- the- effeetiveinents, of one fltetint
stance almost equivalent to com compulsion.",
pulsion.", compulsion.", ,,,;-, ,, , ..,, ,, ,, two, oceans- .' ,, 1 t,:..., .-
ikreman Said' Some 'of Abe differ
.1
Aleman concluded' Ilia prepared
ettees ,between the, treaty offered text saing ha Tinsmat,,, bad
faihfully 'complied with ,,lts ob'i.,
to,Panama and the one offered to
Colombia tire: . gations,,but despite :its ,1solidarite '',
' .1, The treat); 'with ,1, 'Co- lom.. bia with the,U.S., "there,is still miich ,,
to, be ,desired grom the p-S- with ,,'
contemplated a concession 'renew 'renewable
able 'renewable every 100, years;'. bile an tegard io, its. obligationa an:4 fts
"absurd",,COOCeSiOn ill' perCetnity 1 equitable ; and lost .treatment' ',,-to.
Wa demanded front Panama. ,' i ward be Aeptiblic or fanamar, ',,
,
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Canal frOm the United States and 'States onterins of -e'qua3ty io-i-iii ,
' - '' '.' -- e P P "I A 1 l'e w' a- ';Ime;dPo'u'a"itseri man 'Int Spaett wouni nave bue on alcoholic and non-alcoholicbeverages,11,128,974 an, commercial,, items and $1,10.''!
internationalization: '
it 11;, Si'. Oraduale tions,for the p t e same technical Vette "es the. cit.
rot Ahe Balboa 'Unit of he It cus stunt of thoeting s14 lady f om Ili
, sod nations acrequired by treaty; and 246 899 on consumer goods: It is understood-,Weber was,,reponsil?le for 'cf,Consider"
.
Whereas radical elements 1' in .,,:-. siwhoroas, those sinistoe arid , 4 '. ..., ., .:, ., - , 1 ,' I A - ''
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1 ficers'' Trainin Cor s the RePublic of Panama are ear. demagogic agitations have,. is oble portion of this spending, ,- ,. t 1 -,,,,,,,,,,,-., n , ,,t ',
r r ii,.... are now being prepared and bids :The comp,arison -was T given 7to
)scil ror runitur ring'ss 'active ind highly provo
' :' on, tite Droieet, will be, opened thc House Space Committee, by ,,, their purpose, tho lietildati ' ' ' '' .' ' '''' 't '' ''''' .' '''' 1.' ' 2- .' '',, , ),,.... '-,
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, fatal wookaning of such sever., 4 ).ki man said that the' Canal Zone wailhever intended tit- ,,:-,, 1- ....,,,..s. sr ,f. a 1 .:
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Dr.' Hugh L. Dryden,. 'director of ', -. ,., ,.. ,.
to be s;tOuriat' at, ea, yet,Witit the'iontinuing sale of luxury' by ,., Panams4 to tha United
, , i'' n'''' ..'.' ' ",;.,. eltintY,'.oltopother ,Indispensablo
ii tiIty 4:: ,, flounced bv the Engtheering And The National Advisory ,Council for n
,tr,li.'c Stu Construction Hui eau.,,.'. .1' Aeronautics, NACA,- which ,A,,, i II Kussian isherman- for the ,maintonenca, opsration
" and protection of the Cansli, Ind a as states.. ,.;,..:, .., ,,,,,i,,, ,,,,,,, 4
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, and tourist items in', the Cemmissaries,f rxs, and ;'S -I.
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tr. s,.,N,,' L''. The bids opened March 26 On senhower:s proposed civilian space '' '''' '''.. this without tho till htost sug es ',
Clash 11111111ritain i i b ii 6 ..-, Stores that was ,,wnst it WILS beCOMItip ., ?. ., ,,,, sum made reference to an interne-,
Itnss'ell C.. Drew.'
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st Mr. ,and Mrs.' Charles C, the origins.' design-were ,roject- agency. 4,
nited Stints Or is vast invest.' ,. ) Asked whit hit COMMitteo thought aoout the proposal
Stae3 Taft before: the Senate In-,
The m .e a en t,e i- sant d, 06,, in,,,z.
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of curundu and a gradfl- ea- 1DY'''the ,Canal Z, one govern- Lt. Gen. Donald 14.;., putl,d' Air ., .. ,
d Balboa High School, has, merit as too high. ,' '. -.' i Force development chief, sa the DuNFERMI,INE ', Scotland
,- i, ', ment in the Canal km., that Panal tivenues silould be split 50-50 betweenf Panr,
the of- The niodified ,plan ,Are fOr a Arrny.proposa,!, would .113.e 1.4justA k- ter eta Ceminittee in 1905. ' ;
frigate Wednes,, ,,h-ess,,,aational. society, Daughters ,imii and thesCrmai tone he ebitained trom quetint tiittPi 4,ATematt,. dd d.'th Ah
'''''' '. Resolved,' that, the 67tb
sleeted froM among ftill'.-- A British
5 attending' the U-S., Naval undettone-rpor, construction.,Of ballishe ride.... He 6a a Pie:. r, day steamed 'for ,,the r. scene Al--!'a cfpeettbfuall,yA,mbeurticmaonstIteeavronieustti1030grattegs; .5- , ,,, - ',,, ,, ,,, ,,,, .,,, ,,, ,, ; :, ..t ,:,,,,,
omnsehlirrittia' tresty betwf,-1
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three ,,bne-st,01.11",rnasonry build., Force has a-, soniewhatatsiMtliar'
reponed clash between Britista and
.Gradcate 4hool in Mon Mony.
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lean ,revolution, a large patriotic society; adopted a resolution .. olo , .--
--; ...lialeher. shpuld keep kis post as, president of a Canal Zone police lodge after ,being.fired todaY urging Congress to -declare ''compete and exclusive hoT., ,
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. '''''' r' Hatcher' is now in Washington lightin g his dismissal before the Civil Service
- . Rep. Daniel Flood (D-Pa.) who recently charged that Panama. :, E 'W'eller'' U S Arniel 1' i
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. I' 'c' ' n 'appe--is examining office. 'He may also appear before -the ,Board of Ap- nian govermnent officials .were ,trying, to 1,wrest Canal, rights
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'-' -7- peals,- if the office rules, aga nat. im.. .,.-., ,- ,,,,, ,, , ,,, .: : Panamanian ambassador 'Ricardo, M.LArlas promptly 're- 1. Zone, lad- his tour, t al
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, s', ," 1 Itniort piesicient.James A. Campbettsaid 'the ,federation will not take a position jected tile proposed move eating It would violate existing tree- you might, call a peisTard, for his, anti-Paianianian,attitude in'purchaPin" i. v"
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said be Witt ItOt surprised by ,the action
of the mat era,. a anamnian..lio C11111 C arge 9 a ., , ,, ,, ..- ,,,,,,,c,,.- 1
1,-, until lite board makes a ruing.1-le pointed out matcher can be. reinstat -,', The lenT0y, ,.

, ,' Panamanian aammbaosvsalloartin'41tgi,c!atli. 1 ("11 111 Lana Lone? nt,e,tourr,ot outynere.tatenaea one year '71n wnal,
ittsa id the :federation will not take a position jected tits propose eiltfid,-,7vieriaatse TePal.7sintini)gt It.rerne:' init, e' ighi ell' pewardloi itnian'attittide'kin'''14.n:ichai,irno;;
ties. ".
inte ot!lt ,Hatchercan be. reinstated. ,' .7'
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, 9 L. t surprised y ,the act on of the
1.011. congress. known tor. its conservative and nationalistie
whe ,was reelected pres I '1'
iodge 1978. by a ,. ,2,, ,,t, ki fare' Igtt'':

Rs. not gThe United States," he declar.lcative Iropaganda on behalf '41 National Assernoly,'rnaae tne statementAn tne,course or an extensive reply res,nt
I ed, "cannot by unilateral tetionifantastieldemans for (a) further, dectaraiions on US-Panamanian relatians bi Rep Daniel J. Flood (D-Pal
Proposal.' urnrny- 1
sa- 4 decide how to Interpret or what land imoossibirt annuity and nth Ad ',A ' A. d; .42."

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CO and (b)
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egal profession.' the press, ; -:,,',
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THE PAKAMA AlviERICAN

1E-MAIL

RELEASE i)E RAPISt

LUXURY CONMISSART SALES

- x I ON SHOULDER -
- "Proud To Be a. Negro"' (Mall Box, April 11) who answered
"Once Great Britain (Mall Box, Apra 9) doesn't have a chip on
shoulder, he carries a 4xt don't think "Once Great
k, Britain" wu downing the Negro rice is muth as be wu knocking
the White race. "Proud To Be a Negro') is typical of the quacks
who label you KKK, prejudiced, Southern white trash or some somet,hing
t,hing somet,hing of the sort if you should try to make any constructive Bug Bug.
. Bug. gestions to Negroes. , ,
, "Once Great: Britain" must think he studied advanced
physiology to get his views that intermarriage would tend to
mongrelize the races due to fertilization of like ind unlike genes.
Thank God his -intermarriage views are not shared by 99 percent
, of, the white, colored and Spanish, folk north,- and- south of the
border. : - ''"
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4 to

Sir:, , ,.,
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;, The Governor of the Canal Zone Most categorically relect
the meddling, of the Republic of Mama jn our courts, or close
our courts of justice an dturn them over to ,a bunch of rabble
rOusers who want to force us to release a vicious. rapist who is a
, three time loser.- : 4 t
I! The GOVerttor- 1111;st lemember that he Wilt have' 'ti answer'
t-Chimself if this person were released to .prey on other women
and girls. The Obirernor is the father,of ,two daughters and th
Xisband of a ,Ibvely wile. -'7;
' -I, No Daughters.
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, -GRINGOd IN ME REPUBLIC
Let's face it, the Remon-EisenhOwer tree y,, like those of
1913 -.and 1938, is here 'to stay.,,41t als worth remembering
that living in Panama, outside of the Canal Zone are as- many
ot, more North AMeriCang- than live on the .,'
it- Hundreds of those- living in the republic are ex-Zonis:its.
lifind thousands of gringos living in the Interior, at places
e Sierra Campana, Santa Clara, El Volcan arid David. Many
of ithem, including some still employed on the' Zone, haevast
farms. Some' produce vegetables, 'including tomatoes to likrge
as, a good-sized grapefruit. -.1:- ,
'4, These North Americans, thinking of 'future' and of
their children's future,' are depending on the treaty to enure
markets for their produce. And after all, many,
started with less than those grineOs have right now.
Apart frOm larMing, we have all sorts of other gringos
working in the republicmerchants, -doctors mechanics, arch'-
, tects and so forth. Some are employers,. others operate ontheir

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-t."Whuz Wright" (Mail Box, April 15) States th t have ac accused
cused accused him of being ignorant as regards the treaty provisions
governing restrictions on 'sales to' persons by the commissaries
and post exchanges. must say that in this connection Whuz
Wright seems to be an expert;HoWever, this has not at all been
the point under discussion; My, letter (Mail Box, April 12) re refers
fers refers exclusively to the question of the sale of luxury-type mer merchandise
chandise merchandise (no strutter to whom) In the Canal Zone stores.
'f The point itipthat the United States has recognized that, it
1'4 the use occupation and control of the Canal2Zone for the
' exclusive purposes of the efficient maintenance, operation,
sanitation and protection of the Canal and of its auxiliarY
wrirks, If this is so, it 18 obvious that United Statee employes
-in Ahe Canal Zone do not need the very highest priced jewelry,
.1tutury-type merchandise etc. to carry out such functions.
ant glad that Whuz Wright agrees with me that the sale of
lUtury Items has been .the subject of controversies between
Panama and the United Statesior many years. Such acknowl acknowledgment,
edgment, acknowledgment, implies that the, accusation. of Unorance against Min Minister
ister Minister Boyd can not be justified.'
Whuz Wright calls us, now United States haters. assume
, the next step (a la Flood) will be to call us communists.
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12 Vend 34 Fish eggs
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Matiy North Arnerican firms, such as' Sears, Roebuck and
Aldens, operate here. Thete are North American banks., Large
oh tels in, PanaMa City, Colot and payid eresManaged bY North
Amerleang. 4 , :.
'; Where does this leave the worthless tYpe of gribgc; Who
,
,- slanders our government's efforts to enforce the treaty?' TreatY'
, enforcement benefita the NorthAmericans in 'the republic as
- much as It does the Pantiminians.,
The worthless type of gringo are- barefieed liars when they
contend our Panamanian officials haVe any idea, of taking over
the canal, Our, officials are on record Iv having no suCh
: inthntion. ' ;-
: As. for ,criticism' of' our professors and students, they to together
gether together wtih, all other citizens of the republic' have every right
to discuss the comtry's futurs with all the freedom they ,wish. :
One gringo, writing to the Mail Box, claimed a North Amer-,
lean had to hoist our flag in 1901' ,There's nothing,,'-wrong
with that. Re was wrong yhen he said the COlombian army
Avasaln Panaraa City at the time.' It was strandedln Colon. The
writer might ,also, remember that ,it took, the United States 90
years (1715-1865) to get themselves' unitedthe probess includ includ,
, includ, ing the assassination of Abraham,Lincolnancr that British Britisher,
er, Britisher, John' Hancock, was the, Mat Signer ot,the Declaration of
, Independence.-- Furthermore, the" first' xiine presidents '-of, the
United StateS were born Britisher&
, The United States benefited becausi it 'did nOt bar, the
gates against the British after 'winning its iticlependence and
in the same way Panama will prosper,pecause ienot keeping
out North Americana. ;They are great gambletslh, capital' in inVeittment&t,Otrer
Veittment&t,Otrer inVeittment&t,Otrer three fourth!! of overseas investment inthe
wOrld todaY is North AMericatZ Even behind the Iron Curtain.'-
The gringo Ludwig, whose wealth rival& that, of the Oreei;
nasals, is back of the proposed oil refinery. for. Colon. '- ",
- I am tired of dissident Eone gringo& blaming everything On
the treaty. Do they,want, to blame the treaty for the ,current
' unemployment crisis in the United States and Other farts of
0 the world? , ',
I have a tip for them: Panaillei future lies in the, Interior.
There's land for the asking.'" If I bad the Money those gringo&
have, that's where my investment woUld be. With the backing
on, indePendent-type North Americans in- the rettublic, the Re
men-Eisenhower treaty cannot fail. And it will protect all grin gringos
gos gringos with investments in my country. 1,
..; Clinger Know All

sir: T

Sir: .T ,
wish' to ixtend tur sympathy to, the family of ex-Presil
dent Alcibiades Arosement., L
I also knew another President, H. Arosemena who Wilt
Puerto Armuelles and put, the 'United Fruit Company on' the
pa,cific, thus opening an indUstry worth millions to ranartla.
' Another -weekend or death aDd destruction has paued with
airplanes dovm all over the country and no signs of life.
ne Russians have developed some poison gas that could
destroy a good part of the world. Looks to me like they are car carTying
Tying carTying this scientific exploration too far. ,
Reports are, coming in of floods all over the country, and
teaviest rain on record here.. , ,
,', Drove out in the country', yesterday and---'saw the best' croP
ummeets in years. The Valley is sipping a lot north, oven into
I tin looking forward le a lot of ximning around-if the doc doctors
tors doctors think 'Frank can, stand it.1This last 4' week end we had. a
lot of company and a nepheVi,of Frank's, a student pilot from
rti Worth with -a bride of two weeks. She has ad atmt at Fen Fensol
sol Fensol and they spent 'might with her. I presume to see if the aunt
wOuld make them 1. present-of a tactus farm in the rich Rio
', Grande Valley. Mit no soap. They left here in time to see the
'capitol in daylight:), ,,, ,, , ,
Just heard the eltr has decided to use no more cement but
rock asphalt' at half the priced And it can be repaired with it
little hot crude oil.' We have enough for a strip, arodnd the
world, with plenty left. '
- -- Received .alot-of- Fasnmr-Americansr and -the-Hinkles,had
already sent them by airmail. Thanks to Mrs. Arango for keep keeping
ing keeping me up on clippings.
"Pop" Wright

I Labor Nelvs
And
-Comment

,
, Br VICTOR RUM
BOSTON We look too much
at the stars these days and forget
the Earth people, though there are
so many of them. They are not bit
playert hi some drama, not even
the one starring Walter Reuther
in his duel with Vie auto industry
giants' which opened this week for
what may be a long and noisy run.
In the thousands o fmiles I've
covered these past weeks, weav weaving
ing weaving especially in and out of cities
with General Motors plants, I have
found that scores of local Auto 11-
nion leaders, negotiating:with GM
executives at 180 company units in
some 70 cities, have mighty de definite
finite definite ideas of their own on what
should go into the new contract.
- It is not generally realized a across
cross across the land that while Walter
Reuther and Leonard Woodcock,
head of the .union's GM 'Council,
bargain in Detroit, each local u union
nion union bargains simultaneously with
each plant in its home, area. Un Unless
less Unless there is agreement over wild
pays for such things as special
gloves or safety prescription glass glasses,
es, glasses, or what happens to the intonie
from the plant's vending ma machines,
chines, machines, or ,new parking facilities
are set up: Reuther cannot sign a
contract up above.-- not even if
, the corporatioA hands the national
union all its pro:its,
I was told by one regibnal unio'n
official that a national contract af affecting
fecting affecting some 400,000 GM workers
once was held up because one of
the locast refused to ratify tbe met
Until locarplant executives settled
a dispute ,over parking lots. Such
disputes have arisen because the
lots were deemed by union mem,
bers to be too far from the time
clocks.,
,
In another instanie the lot was'
an almost 20-minute walk front
'the plant. There was a space clos closer,
er, closer, bufthe company stored ',new
cars there awaiting shipment. The
union made one of its bargaining
demands the switching of the park parking
ing parking space to cut down the length
of walking time. ,

, takd a 1 this as a mark of laith
in this bouncy economy of-- ours.
For the auto workers.are among
the, world's -tinest working, men.-
and despite tbe 'gloom there are
still well over 32.5,000 production
employes on GM's regular Payroll.
Their local leaders. for example,
are '11.01',. bargaining even about
vending 'Machines in thevlants,
not ouC of whimsy but because
they eXpect 'again to be working
GM plants -in -increasing num numbers
bers numbers within a year. 'The vending
machine iSsue is sirt of a minor
prgfit sharing. theme: 'rhe unioh 1
insists that. the profit from the
food, cigarette .and 'drinking dis.
pensers be set aside. This sund
would go for picnics, flowers to
sick 'employes, wreaths for funer funerals
als funerals or any other effort to make
things more com'ortable' or cheer..
for tnembers and their fami families.
lies. families. .,
INhile Reuther and his aides liar.
gain on top 'or a, corporation-wide
wage Increase. profit sharing,' the
shorter work 'week, orithe, guar.
anteed annual wage, the scores of
local tommittees across 'the, land
also bargain on- wages. There are
donstant efforts by local Auto U Union
nion Union leaders in one part' of the
country to bring cerain job clas.
siliceous o he rae in oher
plans.,

There is targaining on be loc.
al level on seniority. This really II
the key issue in local bargaining.
Seniority is vital because the man
with the longest employment rec.
ord la the pne laid off last, or the
one to get certain privileges first.
'There is no o ver.all, plant.wide
seniority There is seniority on
shifts, in departments, in certain
1 classifications .and in groups of
departments and classifications.
'Modern bargaining is as complex
las lunar problag,

.There Is also bargaining on shiits
A lot of the senior men want over.
time, but to get it in most eases
at night all the time. So they ask
for late work part of the time-7
meaning that shifts revolve.
All this most be, coordinated with
what is happening in Detroit.' To
the union's national headobarters.1
It has its owu mlinbertoraine
7,2553. It was set' up on April 7
with 15 lines. For a ivhile the board
will be open from e a.m. to 5 p.m.
atria union hours. But as the
neeetiations turn hectic. the board
will go ott a three shift basis.
it is so constructed that a WIN,
official at the Detroit board
be able to talk to nincregions at
tbe same time. There will be two
recording devices They can be
dialed ;051 will report automat!.
cally -any lengthy proonsals from
management.. They wi,11 alto be
Able to report back on inforination
Atm regional chiefs want the na.i
,tional Office to check.
Ono word Of savtiOn. No col.
lea calls will be accspted. The
cost el teday's complex lorsalth
Ins has risen, tee.

t7,

' MAN, ABOUT TOWN
,
, The Earl of Suffolk and lovely
Jdan Collins have been painting
Movietown red at Ben B I u e's
jam-packed laugh-riot -spot. Ben
goes tmder the ether for major
surj at California hosp ,' this
week. Movie' and TV stirs' u b bbing
bing bbing The column's "find", (brtt (brtt1
1 (brtt1 aettifid Carmen Phillips, a Lou
Walters showgel a few months a ago)
go) ago) has her initial role 'in MGM's
',:Party, Pasternak officiat.
mg) opposite Lee' J. Cobb.' He
'plays a gangster--Carmen's h s
Friday-gunmoll, Costello
now. awna a co-op apartment in
midtown., May peddle his Sands
Point mansion -,"A n a Masse
dghtr of stars Raymond
Massey and Adrienne Allen)( is ex.
peeted to become the bride of ac actor
tor actor Brett Huggins this Spring. 4,,.
Russell Patterson's ditto (Roselle)
and Hit,Parade star Thomas' Leo
nettl make a handsome coosome
at the Warwicks Raleigh Boom,
(End of plug). :, leading
ptirsuitor of Janet 'Burgess.; (ex (exLatin
Latin (exLatin Quarter eyeful) is a ,re ,renowned
nowned ,renowned ellionaire silent sereen
star.. The Lindbergh ,, of Italy
(Maner Lualdi) is on the ,verge
of ar dirge from his Cicci.
She will wed a ,wealthy
dustrialist. .Our Sinatra Baca!
reports, we see, have been con confirmed.
firmed. confirmed. A

Rite 'Hayworth 'Mkt! Prince Aly
Khan to the couris agaiti any
day.' Alleging arrears to support
their image .".Saitimy Davis; Jr.
Rhonda Flemingt Anita Ekberg
Jackie. Coogan, the Ritz Bros.
Keenan WYnn,, Billy Gray aild ta talented
lented talented Saints and Sinners author
Sid Kuller (plus One Gliess)
'were first to volunteer ',as
guest stars for ailing Ben )31tie at
his popar place, ,One of the
younger off Broadway producers
(he co-produced an ex-way hit
was picked up on suspicion of
rape.
Rowan 'and Martin star, at th
MocamboJune 10. Roberta Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood return-dates there April 11.
Her best cciyumist friend will be
there at ,each perf. '.'.Frances
1FaYe (The Frantiv One) records
messagei for her trio of 'poodles
when she, tours. lielen Kane,
now a feature on the De Castro
Sisters' Moulin Rouge (11'wood)
starrer, claims it is about time
that credit was, flung at AGVA,
the actor's 11111011. She says they
paid all costs when she as hit
by the big "C" years ago, Now
a doll, again. Thanks (H e'en
adds) to Margie Coates and that
group's weLfare funds. .Peggy
Maley's large click in the next-to.
last Desilu (1NW File) show WAS
so good the Hollywood biggies
still gab' about it. '; 1
Song star Rosalind' Paige ankled
MGM rekkids in a huff. Down,
girl!). .Don't invite Jeanette
McDonald 'and mag writer Geo.
Frazier to the same littre I r e e eload
load eload party. .Eilee Barton gave
Academy Award 'champ song.
smith Sammy Cahn a 'solar tele telescope.
scope. telescope. Grateful JO: the' swelegant

GENERAL

" The official pewit report SCAA)
on Tothrs-111.fated "LuckY Liz"
goes dike this: PThe plane -was
never in ,tip.top flight Condition"
.. Don't miss the,' April 16 ''This
is ?our Lieu TV, ,p r ogr, a in.
please. (It's not whom you
'.Barbark',ileeler (Ben
Blue's female Alec Cuinness) has
distinguished herself via the Ida
Lupino, Dean', Martin and e Eddie
Fisher.George. Gobel -shows, The
'"Tonightu, show yvants her n o w
that she has scaled the heights
her own mountain.elimbing.
All Washington is talking about
, popular, Senator from., the
Northeas0 and it certain redhead,
an ex.Wac., 4, ..Lann Turner. Ste.'
phen Crane and their daughter
Cheryl in the Bevhills', Police
Station looked more dead than
the Sign' lover boy, Said set,.
eral onembers of the Movictown
papers to us:, "That kid doesn't
know it, but she performed a puhlie-
service' , ,

Norma Douglas' latest Unique it;
platter rates the quick- attention ac
of all disc jox. ,"Be It ,Resolved" not
is the title. We prefer the flip po
side: "Joe He Gone." Toe-tappy not
beat, .711te WW (Desilul re. .0
sumes April 15th via Mr.' ant' co
Mrs. Desi Amax' newly.acquired no
RK0 Studios. The new se. tut
ries will be network'd in the Fall, w
mebbe sooner. .WW, has been ,,,,,
signed by ABC to resume newt.
cast! 11 (1,argest network hookup
in bistory, 363 radio stations plus
134 113C.TV ,depots). Starting date
pending on sponsor,i Aten Mi- :
cherQuinn (also known as Mick-
ey Cohen): You teed a manager.
.We suspect he is attractina
front-nage publouseity to help sell
his life saga now being mith" hY
Ben Hecht, a master at headline.
making.
Coast artist Walter Keane Is er
route to an exhibition in Paree
Talented chap. Ale Your ,,
Troubles" (by Joe Bushkin) is a
hit song, If ever we enjoyed one.
Sinatra heard ft once and will e.
cho it for Gapitol Records .Peo .People
ple .People who do not depend on what'll
happen next week," are investing
in Palm Springs, Calif.,'; proper.
ty. Pat Boone, Elena, De Vine
John Haskell, frixample. .Ruth
Olay (Mercury's newest vocallure)
has' a new album' tamed l'Olay"
which rates orchids. k She w a s
Ralph Edwards' Girl Friday two
,

BAR-TOP VARNISH is made especial especially
ly especially for tables. Resists alcohol, water,
greases. Easy to apply, quick-drying.
Oct it oday at

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act be auth'd. tor Mrs.iyous Iteds; Zdttons. ,emL

Gus Edwards' new boolv merits orLecfA 0Y,RollYwOodsvia the A Amy
my Amy hrst show-biz, boss '(Gus cademy ,Award 'experts) starts at
wards), ,Composer 'of hunoonnet the Concord on Detoration Day.
Reniember.s! The thrilling saga Ix Don't miss this talented man. '.
Random House or any puhlisner's Loolemag's tribute to Sinatra
Sue,1,1, "'School Days,', ,!Ily t e shouhl ,recontile them. Clyde
Light 'of the Silvery, Moon" and Tolson (G Man Hoover's
scads 'of other song bits. M r bander) celebrated his 30ib ann'y
Edwards (salt' s girl In her, 80s) as a ,Q-Man last-week. (Happy 3.)
tarries a likeness of ,IV alter moree Clyde). .Overheard at Ahe
,Wintnell in ,ner motor tar license House, of tHondest, long do
wallet and when a traific, top you ,have ,to;wait, to be a success
-stops her she shows. it and saysi on Bioadway". .11tou ,mean
,"Know who this- is?". ....The .offi- how Jong, do you, bave to -starve?,
ter invariably grunts: .."Wtio's At .Eavesdropped at the Tender
supposed to be, Eisenhowerr', TrayI:Boring?' She's,4 Jnemb,er
."No, 'says Mrs; E,d w's r d al tulltoholies, anonymous-'?
"that's my adopted son', Walter',1. It,' 1. ,,,,,;,,r,
, .She always gets the ticket...L.

'Getting ,up close to Lana Turner
arid ditnthhe4 'Cheryl and ,t110
lather, (Steve' Crane) at
the.,Beverl Hills- Police SatIon
was a painful assignmentthere is
n'tt,detpition,,1n tht ,dictionaries
'for the,word, aiony Vhielf foliur
ed thent all from ,10
, until we left thorn at Los Ange.
les ,Juventle Hall, at the fol,
lowing afternobe ).The' Column
,wishes to advertie the wonilerfut
cooperation: between Clinton H.1
Anderson,' the. popular Ppliee Chlef
of Beverly Rals:Calif.. and his
entire .IA3-0' with the large ortarl
coprs. we told ,odr City Editor
(over the old Ohne) me had ner
et witnessed such liaison befween
nolice and press In New York.1,
This Pattyeake; Chief Anderson; e even
ven even though ,we-weris put out, of
the police ear after, permission
, Wes -granted., to,, ride with Cheryl

th-e-e-ntire newseacser croWd. ':
The'', Beverly Hills- City Attorney
had us, diS11013108394'' frOM
front row'oew alleging t'in case ot
accident 'and' you got, hurt we
would be' violating'. our iautance
policy; etcn.m...'relegram from:La
nal 'Turner Ind Stephen-, C:r a e:
"Thank you for the courtesy antt
consideration you and the other
newspaoermen and, ohotograehere
have, shown :our ilau5hter 'Cheryl.
We are most appreciative?, ,,

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The Monroe Doctrine, de
'daring Abet the United States
should never beiome entangled
in tile problems of Europe, nor
- sfiould Edrop mingle. hi
American affairs, rightly bears
the, name of the president,
'reales Monroe, who assumed a
,' the! responsibility for its pro.
mulgation.' But it was primer.,
'By the woik of John Quincy
', Adams. who was secretary
tate under 'Monroe

iece.menend that yeti con.
trol roaches and ants the modern
Way 4-.with ,Johnston's NO-110A4
!Unshed just' where you want it
(table legs, cabinets, sills, asphalt
tile. att.). The colorless eosting kills
these pests. It's effective tor months.
sanitary. and easy to usa.
ea. Sec.; pbti. LIR et Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local onnamin,

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, dramas
13 unruffled

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pnd a Policewoman to, renresent,pverProrertv Sill 0 Dwyer, ex.

Mayor of New York, an ex-Am-I
bataador to Mexico, savt -the
most ittoriplar --envoy the -DSC bar
sent: to Mexico in -a long. titrcia'
Boh' The children,- aged
'even' t eleven, rorao' over' the
Embasay'.grounds. olaying Indlaot
with Velum children Bill ,S1'.
Dwyer -shookt know- something :a
bout MeXican: popultritY,He at
one of qh,t,;Itiogt ,,ponular :envpyr
the 'United -States ever ient s to
Mexii0,1 ,

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, - ---
. WARM ,.TON After 'being' re ly: He has also opposed heavy"
versed in Le courts, the U.-S. government st)enuing ,to cure the
, Am.erson believes a No anti-re. ;,
Treasury recer.tly surrendered to recession.
the teachers and rermitted thetr,
, .
to: deduct frail) their- income taxes cession program- is odncessary.
Lae expense of extra dollt,ge cours would pave a dangerous' impact
ea to improve their teacning 8'6- on the budget, and doesn't want
1.-.''.. .- , r. to jeopardize national security by
1
, ilowever. the teachers are a lung .cutting defense ,spending too dread
way 'from being abil to deductlically. So be's looking for say. '. .' :
such business expense's ..t yachts, logs in- the domestic budget.- ;
I
boxes at the worid aeries, theatre incidentally, Anderson has bits .. .',
abroad. 1 .- - ,, come 'a powerful backstage Whs. -,
, Several thousand laWyers 'were ence during his few Months in
able to- go to the American Bar the -.Treasure Department.. The ',.- ;
Association meeting A. London Prsident listens to his advise' tut s','
last year and deduct the 'ravel ex-. fully; r ,. . ..- ..,-1, -, 2 ,.
pense -as a busines4 ittra..'.?.. : .,.,.. -- .. ; 4' .;
some of this wai legitimate. But .;s "' MYSTERINS. ,
some' of. the lawycrs 'merely put --',' '' .- .--, ,-. -,
in a perfunctory apPearance at the Several million thickens .thed, .,
, Bar, Association,,..aen, went on ,for, inysteriously-euring the--last fout
tax,deductible vacationsmdth' their months as 'a result of a chicken4-.
families' in -.Euroec. '', '-' -, .-' feeding additive. -,, ; '. ,- s '''', ; ,.... --
, ,Abottt ',thousand American psY- e,The additive,, 'marketed by -' the.' '-'
chiatrists ,elso atttended ,the-,- se- 'Kentucky Chemical. ,,,, Industries,-
Inc., of Cincinatti, Was for -. the: ,,,.-
crosnydolaqttreyinina tizounraliv h. CI ao sntg ryeesaar ;to na
purpose of, making chickens gro
wroteif off ,On 'their tax returns faster. Insteid' it killed rt lot oC :.
,,The dentists' toetad their Euro :th.:11, --. ,,, ,',., -, , -.,
to Italy for e meeting of the Inter tfo 'vs inst yanke this ehicket .--'
peen, tojeurn when they: traveled The Food .ind Drug 'Administia4- 7 ",,
national Pental ..,Fedration. -' i 'in additive aff 'the: market- With the!
Rome:.;,'0: ,- '. .- : .. ' annou-ncement-that a good many :,,.
',': This ti''net to argue thiti-;' it's million 'chickens could have bees -,
wrong : for: the, dodctorr anci I1W- saved' if the additive had, beet,
yeti to .,4educt trivet expensesi"'tested adequately 'be'ore' it Wile.
when-they attend professional meet; used ai an ingredient of s feed.19,,
ings.-,They deserve that right,-but, -it's Antersting to 'note that DK", I
the teiCheri still aren't. ellowee R-."-"M. ,Behke; -'viee'president .: of
to deduet such exPentes when they. ,Ralson-Purina which ;used be ati..
travel .in the ..interest of education. ditty, in, its,, chicken feed, also!
,And today American ducatior serves 13 vice-chairman of Feere. ... ..
stand at a: it.ism: .,'..-,-,-,,,t,.:,!.- ,. tary BeOson's :.Feed; and Forage ., .'
, - Research Committee - -
';''' ''-'!'-' MAWS'S FPDGE '' '. On Feb.;:;4; 1957, 'his 'tommILI'' ,;
', ; ; , A : :- ,..,,, tee issued a call tor more research ; :,
; Vire. la 'Mainie'Eienliewer's re Of, feed and ferage,"Bethke's' cont.';'''' '-::'...,
did 'not fel mi- Pis idVice. ''',- ;
cipe forjudge as given to the Nit: Pin)?
'ingredient were 1. Quaker, S I'
tionit 'Federation of Republican. i, Other Companies using the chiele-.,'
Women for the' purpoie of "ICeer en-feed
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that will help in the4ong run. But
a distinctive sotmd, something peo peo,
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tify.' Look at Bing Crosby; he's re re,
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BOng his- career, but always
when yoit hear his reeords yott
mediately say,', 'That's Bing.'
,' hear the ,iitne Morgan
Sand ber single records for
, Kapp and bet Illbumst too. There's
one LP tailed t"Fascmation" and
, Coming is one-called 'All the Way.'
, Both' albums feature pop songs
' pre:tty ones.,'It got hard to find
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sa)ik,'"Iand,in the:first 50, I 'didn't
find one, ,recordahle numbee."-But
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' lane, one of the top supper club
singers,' is a hat collector on ;-the
side. She bas 300., Not just: woo&
eresiats: but. all kinds. She even
has a London bobby's' helmet.'
"They're ." hard to Come
she savs,zio,ritlf a''twinkle."'."1 got'
- mite wheir a detective. friend in
Lotidett stole it for mt:i it -. '.
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net' career. He and his manager,
Abner,' Greshlar; 'have former t-, a
: nnisie Publighing firm.' The star of
; "Oh, Captain!: the Broadway mu.
steal,' Is a partner In KO, the new,
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will be lonely Road," 'writ.
ten 'by, ictor lack 'Carson.' Carson
mat!, record' NS cotriposition' ''' for
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Livingston and Jerry Road," writ
ten by actor, Jack Carsbn. Carson
may record his .composition for
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, ,Toity. is trying ,to- 'persuade Ray
Livingston and,.terrv Evans,, who
" wr,ote, "Oh,' Captainr," to let 'him
publish:their' next song. IleAtim
to be-a big musical' wheel.
tr; Kottisevitzky to 'the blues.
, That's the road traveled bv AddL
' son Amor. Ile used to'produte the
late Serge Enussevitzky's (Boston
,' Symphony,. radio programs.. Now,:
as it tonawriir. en,suthoreft
(with Walter tishopY a tune called
"I'm in the lliddla ,of tbe Blues,"
the first,release 'Trankie Mu.
sic, a new subsidiarr-of MGA, As.
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We're In the Middle. of an-edit,
eated singer trend.' which map or
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Pat lloone's'irvallectunl accomplish
i zneMs are welt known but .anoth
' nf the young idols:Is also a col colt
t colt MGM's Dean Xones is now going
, UCLA nights, studying m s e,
Shakesneare and psvehology. 'Whv
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already a Dean.,-,.
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new one from the Broadway mu
gest plar,"Say Darbnit," is call call,
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others: 'Phantom d'Atmona" (The
Fontarie, Sisters. Dot); :"Terrific
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' "You're Gone, Ba'by" Jimmy
Lloyd, Poolettal: "Angry" (Gale
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, You Get Coolde" (The Teen Queens
RCA); "Pittery Pat"IDavey Holt,
; Dotted Artims): Hall" (The
rraternity Brothers, Verve) fillip.
PI in Love"' (Scott McDonald,
, Trend). ,
, Good late, jazz releaseson RCA,
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jazz band. tines "The T,egend
, of Bessie Smith"; Woody Herman
rakes merry -on Verv,l'a "Men,
Prom Mers",; Design's ,"The Got,
den Era of Dixieland -laze', is
some of the real good -stuff, by ton
'practitioners of the art: more of
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' thi; era of rock-andzroll; a good,
song ,will ,always make the
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' guld' light 'of 'Jane Morgan, one of
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chord," Harpsichord," a lovely violinist
Isaac Stern,- backed ity 'Bernstein
and the New ,York Philharmonic,
showt his sure touch 'playing Pro Prokofik,os
kofik,os Prokofik,os Violin Concertos No.s 1
and 2 on Columbia;a,,young pianist
Arturo.., Benedetti -Michelangeli
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no Concerto No. 4 and Ravers Pia Piano
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MISS BIARTHA ELIZABETH SHAW WILL
MARRY ENSIGN JOHN RONALDSON MULLER s
M. and Mra Parr, Clinton Shaw of Golf Heights have
announced the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss
Martha Elizabeth Shaw, to Ensign John Itonaldson Muller.
The wedding b planned for Saturday ,April ZS at 4:31i at
the 15th Naval District Chapel. - 4
Miss Shaw is a graduate of Balboa High Scitool.' She
itttended Hood College for one year and is itow a student
at Balboa Junior College. Ensign Muller is with:the Navy
and station& at Rodman. 4 :s ,

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its tendet, juicy pieces of lean and
flavorful meat! Only the choic
pst cuts of U.S. Government in
spected horse meat are used.
Ken-L-Ration is one of the Usti.
- 'est, most nourishing foods your r
dog cart eat It's a complete food 1,
....contains every element your
dog needs to stay healthy.
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economkal you can malce it your t:
dog's steady diet. Get your dog
Ken-L-Itation today!

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days! Get Cuticuta Soap and Oifitraent'right
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Italian Ambassador '
-.Entertains At Dinner
The Ambassador from Italy in
Panama, Dr. Mario Majo li and
Mrs. Emma Viani della Merandola
de MO li will entertain friends at
ra dinner in the Embassy residence
this evening.
Jacinto Fuentes
Te Fete Spanish Student
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jacinto
Fuentes) will entertain at a cock.
tail party it their home Saturday
evenmg in honor of Andres Lopez
Pilieiro, the first student frOnt
Spain to enroll at the University
, of Panama.

Poshions For Toon-Agers
Will So Presented Saturday
,On Saturday afternoon from 2

,
until 5 p.m. 'at the Tivoli Guest
House. The Balboa Rainbow- As Assembly
sembly Assembly No. 1 will present the lat latest'
est' latest' teenage fashions which have
been imoprted especially for this
show by Idadurito of Panama.
Since the,organization, which Is
sponsored by the A.F.A.O. Order
of Ilasons and the Eastern Star,
is for girls in the 12 to 20 year age
bracket many of the fashions will
be those that will ,..ppeal particul particularly
arly particularly to this group. Tht sports line
which will be featured should ap appeal
peal appeal to any age group. Brenda of
the Tivoli Beauty Shop will ar arrange
range arrange the hair styles for the mod models.
els. models.
Tickets-are 51.00 and rmerva rmervations
tions rmervations ma be made by calling
boa 2718 or 2001.

', Registration for Dance Classes'
Teini agar's and Pre-Tee'ns
' CRISTOBAL 1.111.C:A. TUES., APRIL 22nd
' FROM, 2.00 p.m. to 5:00 P.M. --,
rl'n A
CLASSES FOR tEGINNERS,
AND ADVANCED COURSES IN LATIN,AMERICAN.
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'LEARN NEW YORKER, BOP, DIG, JITTERBUG WITH
FLIPS AND LIFTS, WALTZ, FOXTROT CHA CHA'CHA,
MERENGUE, TANGO, CALYPSO, N.EW (nOiEFY POJKEY),
THE STROLL, THE HOP, NEW PARTY GAMES AND
, BALLROOM ETIQUETTE.
"SPECIAL" 2412 HOUR LESStit;IS
INCLUDING JAMBOREE TARTY,
m-r "1-- T11-61 nrinn es -r-- 1-1W T-rt T

RNETT, SE DUNN
BALBOA

'RENO BOOSTER DANCE

APRIL 18th, 1958 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
DOOR PRIZE 'FLOOR SHOW
) 's 2 .BANDS 2
LUC1104ZaRRAGA AND AL MARTIN'S HEP CATS
Dance will be held at Teen Clutri
, Roosevelt Ave. Balboa Road
Dress is optionalno Jeans or Shorts (please)
, Food at popular prices.
Help raise funds for the completion of the
TEENO Building.

Buy Your Tickets Now.. $1.00 Per Perbon
This dance' is for Adults and Teenagers

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Mrs. Walter
Honored At Cote
nal. ',inset wife of the
Fort tiaytel, rest, Comnianoer,
was honoree guest at a morning
cues given 14 um Clayton Atm
wives cluo recently. sae, was pre presented
sented presented wen 'lowers anu a name
wmcn was painted by airs. Vermin
Mona, a meatier ot the club. The
presentation was made by krt.
Miner Moore.
Maj. A. E. Weber was the guest
speaker,anu presented an mterest mteresting
ing mteresting and in.ormative tent on -me
rust Excnange. airs. Davss rX
Buyer spoke and presented some
new iasnions in hats which are be being
ing being worn in tad states. The new
look.the sack dresswas shown.
Mrs. Reiman,' Returns 1
From Costa Rice
litritk Francis. A. Reimann of
Curundu has returned home after
a visit wita relatives in t,osta
Clayton NCO Wives Cluo
Committee Chairmen Blectet.s
At the April business meeting of
the Fort Clayton NCO Wivts1 Club,
new chairmen for the committees
to take office on May lst were e elected.
lected. elected. The following members will
serve:
Program Committee, lugs Fork Forkas;
as; Forkas; Ways and Means Florence,
Ryan; Bingo, Ruth Had; Hospitali Hospitality,
ty, Hospitality, Rosary Bullock; Publicity, Jo
Anne Ho:er.
t The retiring chairmen were
-thanked by the president, Mrs. Es Esther
ther Esther Moore, for their untiring ef efforts
forts efforts and given it vote of thanks
for a job well done.'T
, New members who were weL
comed were: Mrs. Make Miller
and Mrs. Sarah Fleming. A guest
welcomed was Mrs. Earline Mutt.
way. Former members who re rejoined
joined rejoined the club were Mrs. Beverly
Menk, Mrs. Inga'Forkas and Mrs.
Inge Campos.
,,Hostesses for the evening ivere
Mrs. Kay Cournoyer, Mrs.' Jean
Jones, Mrs. Mary Haywood and
Mrs., Pat Swanson.
Members are reminded that the
next meeting on the' NCO Wives'
calendar will be the monthly so.
cial to be held on Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, April 22, in the Fort Clayton
NCO Open Mess.
Mr. Rigby Arrives
Hems For Visit
A. Bronson Rigby, arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Lima, Peru, for a
Short leave at his Balboa home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rigby will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for t weekend in Costa Ri Rica.
ca. Rica. 4 i"
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Kanatna
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9000 dai a.as.

, Each notice lot inclucion in this 1
Gloms should be submitted m
twee-written form and mailed esi
the hos number listed daily in 'Se
eel end Othenvise.",mr delivemd
by hand to the offkc Notices et
mestinp cannot he' accepted
telephone.;
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Unity Lodge No. 1014
IBP0 Elks of W
The Unity Lodge No, 1084 of the
ISPO Elks of W will hold its re.
gular business session at the Pa.
;also Lodge on Saturday at T:30

Panamk Canal Natural 4
History loCility,
The 274th meeting of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Nettiral ilistory Society
will be, held Wednesday, at 8:00
p.m. at the LISOJWB on La Boca
Road. 4
' Mr. Milford K. Bailey will pre.
sent a tape-reoorded lecture "The
Azuero Peninsula of Panama." His'
e;
slides depict the to ntry and pee,
pie around Los San s, Las Tablas,
and Chitre. This 1 cture has been
given several times on the Atlan
tic side. For the' pest 1.2 years,
Mr. Bailey, refrigeration engineer
with the PanamaCanal Company,'
has been interested in the out-of,
the way. areas .of. the .Republic.
There helms made friends with
the Indians, and during his stays
with them has been allowed to
take many pietures

Members are urged t o g invite
guests, and especially those who
may be interested' in 'becoming i
members of the Society

Judy Cilrls3nd Now
Back With Hilsband

NEW YORK (UP)Singer Judy
Garland ;says she, and husbanti
Sid Luft, whom she accused sev.
eral weeks ago. of mismanaging
her funds. have reconciled.,
"We'rt starting all over agein."
she said, "and it's going.to work
out." r
The singer.taid she, and, Ltd
will leave for California next
week to get their children, then
will return to New York, where
Luft will pr due e a play on
Broadway next season.
On March 31 Miss Garland had
accused her husband.manager of
improperly' handling her ?money.
She said be would "have to sup.
port himself from 110W on."
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VISITS,. POLAND... ,h.
MOSCOW (UP)-;-Soviet Presi President
dent President Klimenti Voroshilov left
Wednesday by train for a "visit
of ;riendship" to Poland at the in.
vitation of the Polish council of
state, the TESSAIOWS agency re reported.
ported. reported. He was' accompanied by
live-top-officio ler the-eatottre- ea id;
It said the party would arrive in
Warsaw Thursday. ,

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ADA'LIRING THE WORK of Panama's abstraet artist.: Alfredo Sinclair, is Mrs. 'Otis, Myers;
member of the Canal,Zone Art Leagne. Mr. Sinclair who has exhibited his work .in Mexica
and the United States is nOw exhibiting at a one-man show at the BalboaMB-USO. His
work done in total abstraction, using bright colors and colored glass has received the highest
praise from art critics in the other countries. He is scheduled tn address the Canal Zone Art
League at their meeting Tuesday evening 7:30 at the JWS-VS0.

Gorgas Staff Doctor Name
America In Board Sp' ecialis

luxe FIZSiDS

Dr. Ernest' R. ,Hartmann re recently
cently recently became the newest mem member
ber member of the Gorges Hospital staff
to join the ranks of AMertean
Board certified specialists. This
brings the total numbers of
"board men" at Gorgas to 18.
He received the pod news
after returning 'from', New York
where he underwent. a rigid
oral and practical examination
on orthoptdic: surgery for which
lie had been preparing ever since
his gradustion from the 1.Inivtr 1.Inivtrsitv
sitv 1.Inivtrsitv of Ptrinsylvanta Medical
School in 1049.
April 20 26 has- ben design designated
ated designated Medical EducationWeek by
the tunerican Medical Associa Association
tion Association and the pisldrnt of the
Vnited.Stife's. '
Hartmann had his internship

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Effective with' the sailing' of
the "Santa paula" from New
York on May 2nd, Nassall, Ba-1
hamas, will be a regular port
of call for Grace Line's "Santa
Rosa" f' and ,"Santa, Paula" on
their I2-day cruises whicn
weekly In the ; Caribbean and
Suoth' America. The ships', Will
call at Nassau northbound en
route to New York after ,their
customary earlier stops at Arti Artiba
ba Artiba and Curacao, Netherlands
West Indies, and As Guaira
(Caracas). Vehezuela, Prior to
inaugurating the, new regular
call, the ."Santa Paula' will
make two special visits to Nes.
sau on April 14th and April
27th.
Nassau', replaces Cartagena
Colombia,, on the, Itinerary .of
the "Santa Rosa" and ""Santa
Paula." Cartagena 'is now be being
ing being serviced weekly by. t h'e
Line's Cksual Cruise ships, the
vessels. the "Santa Clara,"
combination cargo 'passenger
"Santa Monlcar," afid ,"Santa
Sofia."

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Mexana does' what no ordinary
, powder tan do. Not only soothes
, your skin, but actually prevents
minor rashes, shoe rub, Gentle
medication destroys irritating
skin surface bacteria. Absorbent
cornstarch base clings close for
longer relief. Get Mewls today.

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. Beforkdresine,
' I ijsei Mexana
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f me comfortable
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in Montclair, NI., and four year
of orthopedic residency at Lev,
terman Hospital in Sad Frani Franicisco,,
cisco,, Franicisco,, plus' .another year at
Shriners' Crippled Children's
Hosultal In Greenville, S.C.. i
' At present he is the chief ot
the Orthopedic Section, Gorg4s
Hospital, an,d anyone' should
ask. he won't deny that he
certified by the American Board
of Orthopedic Surgery. t
The Canal Zone community ts
indeed fortunate in havine so
many well trained Americen
Board certified specialists WW1-
able to the local population.
Every' tine of ,the' Departments
and Services at Goma Hospital
has one or More,. doctors who
have been certified bv, their' re respective
spective respective specialty boards.-

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Nassau to be new port of ca. 11
on Grace Line's 12-day cruise

Nassau will 'continue to be a
port of Call for Grace Line'S
12-day -.cruises, when the hew
"Santa Rosa" and "Santa Pau Paula"
la" Paula" replace the ships of t e
same names in this service
within the next few months
Ommenting On the a
riouncement, Lewis A., Lanham,
President of Grace Line, said:
:1The new call forges s
with the past, tor the present
"Santa Rosa" and "Santa Pau Paula"
la" Paula" were regular visitors. to
NaSSall just prior' to the 'war.
Further, it renews a 'm o s t
pleasant, association Aletween
two names, importantly asso associated
ciated associated with pleasure travel in
the Western Hemisphere,
know our passengers, beith
cruise and business travelers,
'will welcome this neW addition
to out itinerary and we trust
that the, visits of the "Santee
will serve to complement Use.
fully the existing transoorta transoortation
tion transoortation facilities,,Nassau offer, to
its public." Advt.

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ercharged overcharged for ,a service, think a
long time before you' write an
gry letter or make insulting e
marks over the telephone.,11 ou
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keep your temper you, won't be re regarded
garded regarded as a sorehead.
t. And you may even thid that, hs,
stead .of beint overcharged, ., you
simply 0 did .. not. understand all
that was involv,ed in the Iservice
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Princess ?Jure e
Installed As Heir
To-Denmark s Throne
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COPENHAGEN (UP)--PrIn.
cess Margrethe of Denmark was
installed ae,heir to the throne on
her,leth birthday yesterdayt
ceientonies tnristiansborit Pal--
ace that set Off four days of glit glittering
tering glittering celebrations., :
Jler father; -Xing Frederik iX,
wearing ,the bemedalled uniform
of a fleet edmiral, presidedover
the ceremony making eMargrethe
next in line to sit on the throne
her family has occupied for More
than a thousand years.'
1, She would be the 34th ruler sui'd
second queen. in an unbroken
blood line dating back to the year
900. The iirst-queen was Margaret
whcc.. ascended the throne
1387, 31st in the royal line.
The tali iair-haired Princess
iwore "upon' my honor and con conscience'
science' conscience' to "keep the constitution

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King rre erik Intindliced ihe
Princss to the members of the
council of' state. She then re received
ceived received the formal 'congratulations
of the members of Premier H. C.
Hensen's government. -
At the end of the ceremmiy ber
father decorated her with the Or.
der of the Elephant, one of Den Denmark's
mark's Denmark's highest awards.
As heir-apparent Margrethe will
be allowed to sit in the council
of state as temporgry ruler when
her 'father,' visits Britain. two
weeks from now. Shg-ilso would
be alloived to rule without regent
when the King dies., -
Aming tbe ;witnesses at yesterday's-
eeremimies weg King Gus.
tav VI Adolf 1 of Sweden, her
gcamifather. Ind other members
of the Swedish' royal family, in inc,t.disig
c,t.disig inc,t.disig bee cousin Princess Mar,
gareta,' whose name bas been
linked romantically with that o.
British' blueblood Robin Douglas.
Home,

'TOLEDO., Ohio.. (1.1S-4. young

mother of two, who killed her un unhorn
horn unhorn 011114 Tnesdav by shooting
herself in the abdomen-with a
Shotgun, died 'yeterday despite
emergency surgery, (
Police said the, mother.' Mrs.
AletteBrahier, 26, of Perrysburg
Heights, Ohio, would have given
birth to the child in about two
weeks.' The child. was still.born
1 A ,,,, seldhbor,' Mrs. Donn
Schwind, found Mr, Brahler just
inside the door of her home after
the victies motherimlaw, Mrs.
Clarence Brahier asked M r a.
Schwind to see whether anything
Tong. Mr. Brahler aid she
bad been unable to reach- h e r.
datighter-imlaw on tht, telephone.
The young mother's husband,
Maufice Brahier; a factory work
er, said his wre suffered from a
heart ailment.
Mrs. Brahier was rushed to a
hospital here from' her home near
Bowling Green,--Ohiorafter she
was found.: Authorities said tbeY
were viable to question her.

. e MENEM
"WOMEN don't really dress, tol BUT this falling in love with a
please men, do they?" said the dress or hat doesn't happen verf.'
young man in the tone of voice ha often: Most women can count ea
might have used when be first'one hand the dresses they have:
asked, "There isn't really a Santa bad that they really loved. ,
Chan. is there?" Most often, other values guide tit;
And, like bis Mama who once when we go shopping for clothes.-
bad to admit to him, "No, there We have to have the right outfit-
really isn't a Santa Claus," I bad' for a certain occasion. By that we-
to say, "No, women don't dress mean we must have something that'
I
to please men." the other women present will cone
We don't, of course. Oh, once in sider tp be right. Tben we are buy.,
a while we'll buy a blue dress tif,ing approval. -
blue, happens to be "good" that' Or our. ego is at a low ebb and
season) because our man likes, we need to buy something tharwill-,
blue. Or we'll take back a hat bel bring forth comnliments from our
thinks is outlandish if we aro a women friends. Then we are buy.,
bit doubtful about it ourselves). ing admiration. ,--
8ut, on the whOle, we don't dress Or we look at our clothes,, all.,
to please men. Occasionally, we suddenly outdated by a whole new,
dress to please ourselves. We see style trend, and we are ashamed
a dress we just can't resist ,lbe. to wear clothes so obviously out ..
cause the gossamer feel of the of style. So we buy the new, wheth;
chiffon, or the, heavenly color, or er we like it or not Then we are
the beautiful workmanship appeals buying conformity.
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to our love of beauty., I, However deflating it Is to meals
We think we can't possibly Ilve ego to face the fact that women
without this dress and we get it! don't dress for men as they pre..
even though we may feel guilty at:tend they do,- ft's the plain truth.
paying the prier, ,, ..v 1 There ain't no Santa Claus. i.,

'Abe Lincoln To E
Aired Sunday By;VO Over

"Abe Lincoln in' Illinois," a
play by Robert E. Sherwood, will
be the third production in dthe
Voice of America's "American
Theatre of the Air" series.
The play deals with Lincoln's
early manhood and later devel development
opment development into x national figure'.
no serKs Ls designed to bring
representatlyorplays of the liv living
ing living ,American theatre to world worldwide
wide worldwide audiences', and is being pro produced
duced produced in cooperation with the
American National Theatre and
Academy 1ANTA). ,, Earlier pro productions
ductions productions well' "Our Town," by
Thornton Wilder, and "The
Glass Menagerie," by Tennessee
Williams. ,,, ,
, with previous productions,
the- VOA adaption of the play
will be broadcast from 8 to 8:30
0.nt Sunday over HOGYour
Community Retwork. in Panami
and Coln. ,
Rod Steiger,' vtell-known 'mo 'motion
tion 'motion picture and 'TV' actor, wili
itar in the title role, Other mem members
bers members of the cast include Santos
Ortega, as narrator; Lenka Pe

-'', A superb' group of novelettes
and short Stores of the adven adventure
ture adventure that beckoned along the
trails west are included in "Hoof
Trails and Wagon Tracks," a
book edited by D011 Ward vihieh
was placed in circulation this
week by the Canal Zone Library.
The 'stories were selected by
'Ward Irony moms of our most
exciting American fiction writ-,
ten by several well known mem members
bers members of the WesterhMriters of
America. ' '
The cOniplete list nf new books
and their. authors announced by
the Liblity this week follows;
- Non Fiction Switzerland,
Baedeker:, Eleetrona Go to Work
Cook:, Southwest Pacific,- Cum Cumberland;
berland; Cumberland; Mental Health, Land:
Bourbon Leader, Merrill; In
Search of ,Kap, ,Wilssenard: A'
Short History of the West In Indies.t
dies.t Indies.t Parry: Shortened C.P.A.
Problem's,- SaX:- Att American
Sneaks his Mind, Taylor. Hoof
Trails and Wagon Tracks, Went Wentern,
ern, Wentern, writers of ,America; The
rluyas Williarns Gallery, Wil WilItems.
Items. WilItems.
' FictionThe Albatross.
"trong: Pemberton. Ltd, Davstin:
A FPM1117 Affair; 1114dv:' s
Legarkirist:' rintOlrl Otorv.
O'Neel! Sendy was a'''Boldier's
Boy, Walker:
chndren's 'Books ;Lsdy and
the Tram,' -1)IsneV; Hiawatha.
fiddler: Snin, Snurr arid
the Reindeer., Lindman; Lassie
Finds Vtny. gist:intro: Ameri
-s,s First Worlyt War, Castor: A
Cat beenrnes Contented. net.
niattiond of Ala skrt, Herron: Ex,-
,Iorinee tre,ler the see. Hinton;
'fount Audubon, Mason.

terson,, as Ann Rutledge, the
young UricOlrell first love; Ed
Begley, as Judge Bowling Oreent
Chester Morris, as Ninian
wards; Philip,' Bourneuf,. ae
Joshua Speed -, these last three,
friends of Lincoln', Ann Burr, 11,t,
Mary Todd, Lincoln's wife-, -00
In this production are Judsoq.
Lake, ,, Jay .,Barney; Margaret
Hamilton, and Williani Redfield,
who, with Bourneut, also api,
peered in the VOA iProduction
of "Our Town!! Lonny Chapman,
Henderson Forsythe, -z Francee
Reid, Margaret Draper,, Alan
Hewitt and Stratton ,Walling'
complete the large cast. The ch chrector
rector chrector is Frank aelford.
, The play covers Lincoln'elife
from 1831 wherl'he,-was a young
backwoodsman of twenty-two,
until 1881 when he leaves his
home in Springfielkillinois, for
Wa,shington to become Presi President
dent President of the United States,
-At the begirming of the plar
he is an indec,isive yctuth witta.a
drive to ', obtain an education.
Thirty years later, he has be',;;
come a wise political and moral
leader of. a nation in crisis. The
oeuple And, events leading to his
transformation are the substance
of the play, As the mature Limo
coln emerges, the playwright t
points up the constant elements
in his character .roodesty,
loyalty, to his friends, 1, sense of
humor and honestly,
The play first produced on
Broadway in 1938,twon the Pu Pulitzer)
litzer) Pulitzer) Prize for Robert E. Sher.
wood that season.

Bronx Gann lin
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Coos Hunt Youth
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NEW YORK (UP)4- 11144N'
old'Bront youth who 'was shorin
the atomach by rival 11Ing,
member he helped chase onto a
rooftop remained in coo.
ditim; in' Lincoln Hospital today,,2
Three youths were jailed on gun
and assault,' charges, and', three
others held as material witnessO
in the shooting Tuesday Of ear-os,
Coadelario. Police said NenrY
torico, 15, was picked up at his
sister's home after be fired thl
blast at Candelaria, and fled.
Lt. rank McDonald said hos;
' had beeo slated to look '
out -,or a second youth who ma31
have' been k wounded, 1160 in thl
gong encounter. 1
McDonald isaid the shoetini for;
lowed a beating ot Candelar o by
Reterieo's,gang in a candy store;
Candelaria and fellovt membert
oi Jibe Egyptian, Crowns gant
foudd Retorico sitting on the steps
of his tenement home and chased
him inside and up the stairs to
the roof. ,
There Re'torico took' up a 12,
gauge shotgun,, police said, anti
blasted away at the rival gao
youths, one of w,hom carried., o
cutdown .22 rine.. The Vast
rioned, open Capdelario's Abdo.

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...., -fh "I'l First Worlt War, r'astor, A Poendation today -. Amoouneed
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nlorloe tTe,Inr th see.' Hinton, to $42,912, a boopt of',$1,186 oyet .
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Sid Luft, whom she accused sev. LI Before dressing i TOLEDO, Ohio (11Pl-A young, 4- .- ,- 4 .., 4- ; ' ,' .'.' ,- ." ", ).' .. i : ' :7 1
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' flavorful meat! Only the choic .'' ., '. her funds have reconciled., .' .. s'4''''' ', I use Mexana .
horn ehil4 Toesdav by sheeting i ' '' -0. ..
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, est cots of U.S. Government in ',;,, . We're starting ail over again,'" :: I. 's v ,, er
she said, "and it's going .to work -,,..,. 4, I, ,, .... Powdei 'It kee s '' herself in the abdomea,with a
'',' zee eeted horse meat are used. ,, k
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t, nLRation is one of the tasti ,I. p,. me comfortab e ; emergency surgery, ,- I 4
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i Th I a 'd h d Ltdt I 01 -,;', ,, rob sod the mother.' Mrs. 1 '. '- : CD' '11
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'; dOg Carl eat It's A compere food Fif , ..,.. week to get their children, then '. ..11 ., ,.,. 1 's, ',.. Heights, Ohio,, would have given : ,' - , . ,, . ,, od .
contains every elemett your f,ii.) will return,. to New York, where '..,'', .4: di
':',., '. ' Luft will produce a pl , hottest days , birth to', the child in about two I tirtj wow inn en V t
$,,,.., , , ay on ,a A. lo. ; -' ' ', 110, ; weeks, ,The child. wag stillborn I Cipa'4,, JE'l C7sal EICLo: u .,,. 1 4,.". ''' Z
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5.i ., 112 ''' .., accused her husbandma a ,
1 II ger of ) '- . -. ,' Ir k 661 Schwind, found mei, Brahier just 1 Blemishes Bons--1116bY",Soft Skin 11,41fuln,s, 1114, 7 DI71., :51: :-
- : economkal you can make it your
, improperly handling her money. Meuna does what no ordinary ,, , ' Inside the door of her home after g ,, ,, .' -, ,A ,' g 0 ., :
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She said he would "have to sup. ; powderean do.Not only soothes ;. .,..... ,.. .,,-;,-. ikiwN..1 the victim's' motherin.law, Mrs. : I ,' Lather your tam a fuli minute monting ansi a -,' , ,I,J
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skin surface bacteria. Absorbent
comstatcIi. ,bad.se elings close for
101VD had been unable, to reach- h e r. 1 days! Get Cuticuta Soap and OifitmenEright Ill!
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science" to -"keep the com
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swore "upon. my honor a
IBP0 Elks of W will hold its re. the "Santos"
vessels. the "Santa Clara," will serve to complernent Use,.
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. combination cargo ,Iassenger fully the exi,s,,,ting transoAo, rIti.-,
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' Santa. Monica an "Santa Hon facilities Hassan offer, tO .44441,,,.,44'"" ,. ,
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' PanamkCanal Natural 4
' History loelety, .
.. ,, ceived ,the formal 'congra
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, , , , ' ' ,, H e n s e n s eegnoordvactoreindmt hbeeenrtiewr'iet on
, 4, . ma Canal Na,ttirai History Society
. k ' ' of the members of Premi4
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will be, held Wednesday, at 8:00 d
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sent a tapezeoorded lecture "The
Azuero Peninsula of Panama." His' ,074p.,,,,,,, .A.,., , ci. troop
' mark's highesetParia;dse.ne,
det hee El h t
1' 1.,, ; o'vrli' 1-tota 49'64 As heir-apparent Margr4
be allowed to sit in the
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hasibeen interested in the out.of,
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TIIIS IS IT..,When completed, the Teen Club will look like this' artist's conceptionof the
, Pacific Youth Center.
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STEPPING Ur the work, at the
, ., and Billy WI Wins lendsa
Teen.itgers -jibe Eotie Who have
been working towards setting', up
the Pacific Youth Center as their
meeting place-in Balboa, are spons
ring 'a dance tomorrow at the
club to help raise funds for the
, work, stilt required.
3he Teeno Booster, Danee
start at 8 tomorrow and is
scheduled to last until 1 cm. Two
bands, Luck., Aicarraga. and Al
Martin will 'furnish dance music.
A floor shOw has, also been pre pre-
- pre- service will go to the
winner of 111,door prize.
Perhaps no Individual project on
the Zone is as much the property
of all of its residents as is the Teen
Age Club. k
, Many are the imposifig structur.
) es that have been constructed by
individual grottos or-- organizations
but no where in the Canal Z(V"'N
an edifice where so many, differ different
ent different people a n d organizations
but nowhere in, the Canal Zone is
an edifice where so many dif dif'
' dif' ferent tpeople kind- organizations
but no here in the Canal Zone is
, an where so many differ.
ent people a n d ''organizations
have contributed money, t i in e
knowledge, ability material a n d
lard work as in the conversion of
he old warehouse info a modern
attrace center of recreation try,
TY a community proJect.
A quick glance behind the-'scenes
gives a remarkable view of
what can be accomplished with a
: little cemmunity spirit, a favor
able administration and lots 0
,brain and brawn willing to work.
7 First, a syMpathetic conimuni

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Teen' Club, Betty Stiles Veit)
hand With the painting.
ty-ininded Governor received a pe petition
tition petition from a grpup of civic-minded
citizens that 1 one of the obso obsolete,
lete, obsolete, surplus buildings in the Bab
boa area be turned over to t e
youth of the community for use as
a recreation center. In' order to
create a decent place of recrea recrea,tion
,tion recrea,tion to eliminate or reduce juven juvenile
ile juvenile delinquency, and provide cen
tral ;meeting place for teen-agers
Thesympathetic ,Governor turn
-ed ,over the old, galvanized ware warehouse
house warehouse in, the industrial area to the
committee. His advice ,,when he
delivered the keys to Jimmy Dunn
one -of the driving forces behind
the, movement, was, to- get bus,
, and convert the warehouse into $he
youth center that will, be the env)
of ,
Within a few days' Gerald A.
Doyle Jr., top night architect of
the Panama Canal was readying
the designs and the plant necessa necessary
ry necessary to produce the artistic, modern
, teen age center.,Unions passed tht
word to their tradesmen members
and volunteers started showing up
tO work and '-advising ,the young youngsten.
sten. youngsten. Out of retirement came Pete
Monaco, 70 years young, other til(1
timers and things started popping.
' However,' labor without material
cannot build and' all the commit
tee had was a building that need needed
ed needed conversion,' labor of allkinds
and thd skill of the best available
artisansIt wasn't long before tho
plans were comnleted for a ball
at El, Panama-Hilton And initial
funds became available the
Isthmian conimunity responded to
mske it a bic success.
But, the funds available ,,wert

' only a dron in the bucket tor

this WI edgeo project snd open
again the Isthmisn communit,
roved 'in to participate. Materid
started mitring hi from ClAv Pro
ducts, Pest Lock end 1C0v Co.. Pa..
Items Plywood Cern.; Bildon Inc..
7'011,111pr Constrictors. C h' a 1 rt
'Il6111 E: HAUke, Si Mansbers.
Pintura Oeneralstil T. Horns. no
ialateria Panama. George F. Noe.
pv. Esso Standard and tho
Cornorstion. Cerveceria, IsTaelonsl
pitched in :with Canada Dry prod products
ucts products to ornch Am thirst of the
hard worlring adults -and teener.
ers awl -the Panama pregs
went all out tn supoortin, t,11 I s
worthy eommunitv project.,
" This is the storv behind the eom eommunitv
munitv eommunitv ,ro-tect of erPating $ youth
ennter. tut. it 'wontd not be com
nletP ff a tremendous amount of
crelit were not giver io thtbowe
and girls who have donated their
time. work and energies to mak
ing it successful.
,
About 150 tecnigert ufider the
guidance of expertt tradesmen
have done their share tn convert
ing this old warehouse ,Into what
will 'eventually be their' mOderr,
central meeting place. ,

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WHAT THEY SAT
' The TeenAge Cerer
Governer, William IL rotten
- "One of the finest examples of
true community spirit at work
that I have- witnessed has been
watching- the Pacific Side, Youth
Center grow from an idea into an
actuality.,,
Slightly move than a year ago
the Teen-agers themselves propos.
ed such a club at 'their annual
BOY'S and Girl's State conventions.
The idea was so' forcefully pre presented,
sented, presented, that various tivic, social,
labor and other groups 4, n e d
bands to help make,theCenter a
reality.
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Many adults who had been luke
warin to the idea of a separate
eltthhouse for teen-agers and run
by teen-agers were sold on the i idea
dea idea by the sense of enthusiasii,
initiative and responsibility shown
by the teen-agers themselves. 1
If the teen-agers,had not been
able to show the -Worthiness of
their cause, businessmen would not
have contributed to fund raising
prolects for the Teen-age Center,
Ind bricklayers. plumhers,
lectricians would not 'have Vo tun tunteered
teered tunteered their time., I
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And, of course, thei leen--agers
themselves have Jearned demoli demolition
tion demolition .and -masonry.- 'and interior
decorating, an4 the btmetits of
teamwork as theft, tlubhouse has
clown from art Ott warehouse in
the Balboa Industrial area to a
thing of beauty.
t, We have the teenivers tt thank
for abowintz Us their ltevo 'under 'undertood
tood 'undertood the virtues of initiative and
self-relianco; relmonollitv and al altruism,
truism, altruism, and of reminding us again
of the beart-warmine ?mitts that
!Tow out of a true eommunity spir spir,
, spir, OP 4,

Sigurd Esser, Superintendent of
Schools: ' ,,
"This Is vour- hour of triumph
and rightfully so. For m a It v
months yott have dreamed, 'plan 'planred
red 'planred end worked 44, make two bean.
tiful Teen-Age Club a re4lity. It
stands today as a syminil of the
type of democratic activity 't at
Canal Zone young peonle can e r,-
ry out when giVen 4tneouragem nt
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and onportunity.,, .- 1
Now that Your club Is In opera operalion,
lion, operalion, vpil will be confronted by ma.
ny, additional problemt' I know,
that you will accent the challenge
of these new resnonsibilities and
aolve them In such a manner that
yont parents and ,the community
will continne Id be proud of von.
ilitest wishes to the club Ind all of
Its members. --- P
;, H. L. Donovan, Civil Affairs DI.
,
eerier: 1,. "1, 4 T ',' '' ''''' .-
, I. have been watching with, In Intense,
tense, Intense, interest the' trogress that, Is
being marie toward:1 comtletion of
the. Pacific 'reel clot' Way' low,
hours of hard work have been put
Into making the elub a reality and
not -Just a dreant, I am Well a-,
ware of the manv obstaelec you
have bad In overcome irl order to
transnose this dream from its mod
est beginning as a storage ware warehouse
house warehouse Into the beautiful head:tart head:tarterg
erg head:tarterg that the finished orodurt will
be. The teen-agers and their friend
instifiably deserve the praise' of
On comMunity for a lob well donp
', ITowever. I must Inject a seller
note. There ore many skeptics
who believe ,that this organization
will hove' but a tpmnoiaPY exist existmeet,
meet, existmeet, that one young Teeple' are
not ennoble of Povernint their own
activities. Now I take great excep exceplion
lion exceplion to, this attitude' For year:: f
have been proud of the fine work
done by Canal Zone YouthIn nis nisry
ry nisry 'worth-while aehool end civic
settylties and I know that y e r
babe the notentiality to deodion tal,
organization of which we all, mav
be rroud. Stand tolether rod werk
together; and I am' sure that leu
will not let youraelves dove.
With all best wishes for a hia:h.
lva uceessful "Booster Dance."
Mai. I. A. Derden,.Chief of Pa.
lic: ', 0 1 ,,
The Pacific Teen Club was con conCeived
Ceived conCeived and created by wnrthy teen
agers, public spirited citizens, and
a considerate Administration,
combination which Is hard to beat.
This typt endeavor ianant but re result
sult result In lasting beneAta for th e
Club. its membert, and the com community.
munity. community. t .,
, Diable Parent Teacher's,' Asse-,
elation: ' ''' 4
The Parent Teaeher'v" Associa
tion believes that the Teen Club
will may an imooriant Dart in thp
education and social development
of our teenagers in brovidir- tt'nn tt'nnwith
with tt'nnwith an opportunity to develdp
their men program of social acti activities
vities activities in their own clubhouse -with
nlressentiarauit guidance-We
extend to them our heartiest best

r-A,N.12,1A AN IN:,-zrz.:N::ENT DAILY NEwEr.trtn

By ERSKINI JOHNSON 1
I1OLLLYWOOD tNEA) Ferdi Ferdinand,
nand, Ferdinand, the bull who wanted only to
stand in the sun and' sniff pretty
flowers, will be mighty ecstatic to
hear about Recuerdo, the horse
who hkes to stand in front of a
movie camera and smell grease greasepain
pain greasepain
Recuerdo, like Ferdinand, was
bred h. be a hero.
With a sire hke Tupinanpa, a
Mexican race horse in the same
league with Man O'War, Citation,
Silky Sullivan and Nashua every everyone
one everyone thought Recuerdo would vow
up to be the best race horse in ail
Mexico.
But Recuerdo w a I different
from other horses in his owner's
stable. Recuerdo didn't like to
race other horses. Eight times they
sent him out. Eight times Recucr Recucrdo
do Recucrdo finished dead last.
The last time his hrexican own owner
er owner said: -
"Take him away."
Reeuerdo, who didn't even shed
a tear about it. was nurchased by
Luiz Marsella, a Mexicali wrang wrangler
ler wrangler who rents horses to.movie coin coinpanies
panies coinpanies on location in Mexico.

wishes for every success in this
progra m.
Congratulations to your commit committee
tee committee and to ill forward looking el eltizens
tizens eltizens and civic ortianizations who
have worked bail to make the
Teen Club possible.

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In front of a movie camera, Re.
cuerdo found himself.
It soon became obvious that Re.
cuerdo was the biggest "ham" in
all filexicch

GREGORY PECK was the lastl
film star to ride Recuerdo, in the
h Cen'airy Fox movie, "The
Bravados,' filmed south of the
border. Recuerdo was,such a ham,
in tact, that Peck fell in love with'
him, purchase& him and shipped
him to Hollywood. -
Now whenever Peck has to ride
a horse in a movie, Reeuerdo will
get the call
Meanwhile, back it the ranch
Peck's niush rcnch near Santa
Barbara, Cal., clever 'Recuerdo,
who didn't t!ite tn r.sce tsther
horses, is living the of Trig.
;Intl (Ohm' MOVIA'I,Wn
horses. Be munches grass all day
and -watch. the Nncettv senorita
horses. But Reeuerdo never, nev
er chase, them. "Unless," as Peck
grins, "there's a movie camera
around."
THE WITNEY; Bob Hone's "sob
et'? thought for a crowd of Holly
woottitalt whooning un at a nar--
ty: "I'd like to remind you that
while we're frolicking here, ome omewhere
where omewhere on a lonely, frontier Elvis is
defnding -
This is Hollywood, Mrs-. Jones:
Marie McDonald's' stioulationn for
future TV and radio interviews.
"I'll go on it' t.tin" have to talk
about my divorce. I'm not going

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to g:ve Harry Karl any more free
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ALL OF LINDSAY CROSBY'S
weekend paqses from VL Ord are
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Ted Post's definition of a "juve "juvenile"
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Jerrv Mathprs, the nine-year-old
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Here's what happens' to le Agent
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the tee, ner -viIs bond,
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stand in the sun and'snal pretty all blexicch
flowers, will be mighty ecstatic to -- weekend paqses from Ft Ord are -' ' --'4 --4,-,
devoted to June Blair, the Elam.
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Mexico. - ,, peck's niiish rereh near Santa colleets a Yotekly st,lsry of $500. ''' A a ,i, i, i. - : ,, , ., : , : ,,A N 11, : ,. :. tr.
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who didn't ttlee tn r.ett It t h er fee. 10 nee cent: Press eeent. five : l, k Constandy increasing cu traffic demands', 3
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stable. Recuerdo didn't like to ,,,,.. &luny. 'net othoh,
horses:is living the lifit 'of Trig. per cent; Motion Picture Home tor '1: C t
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hi, ,- ',, s'"'"'- ., .. , .,,, ', , :, , : - race other horses. Eight times they ,. that you have good brakes 3 ,.' brakes ,:: .,
the- sent him out. Eight times Recucr- horses. lie munches grass all day 15 per cent;,, Trust:tund, II per ::.', I it 71., A ,: that stop quickly, :
and watehes the .N 41rf!ttly senorita cent. ',",,, ,,-,",,, ,: ,".: ".. ,,',,,,,i,., -",": .4,., aiiry,,,f ,, Regular brake checilnkt7;st,iilare Yaoundr saassufelYs: '1;,
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AA 7. 1 Tilli IS IT ,"..,Wh' en completed, the Teen Club Will look like this artist's coneeption,:Of
horses. But Recuerdo never, nev- ' ance that yont cu is property pr.Fpasel,:., ::: ,.
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' Recuerdo who didn't even ed around." . . Ci4:47 Talhert cou'ldn.st.swim '''--'-un.til H. . ', ; ,, : , ' :- ti,.. :,
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THE WHET; Bob Hone's "Sob car when it rolled into a lake, ..-, '' , ,,,, a .
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' ler who rents horses tomovie com- thought lot a crowd of Holly- Talbert dived in to save her. She : : , ., ,. ,. , : ... : , , ,..., .
woodites nhooning it un at a nor.- inet him hallwayt he reported, '., TEL. 3-4550 i.. IL, -- -,
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7111 PANAMA AMERICAN AN ryrtrnmm DAUS NIV:7:7A1

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Al;:7, 17, l';

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' By mrcroN RICHMAN
NEW YORK, April 17 t(UP)---Johnny Podres, who
pitched the Dodgers to their first world championship, also
pitched them to their first victory in California with a
masterfuL performance of 11 strikeouts that gave San
' Francisco fans an inkling as to why the Giants had be become
come become the despair of New York.

'
Everything went right for the
Dodgers last night as they slam slam,
, slam, med out 15 hits, including homers
by rookie Dick Gray and Duke
Snider, in burying the Giants, 13-
, 1, on Podres' nifty five-hit pitch pitch'
' pitch' ing.

Interscholastic
Baskelballloo0
Opens Friday

Tomorrow night the C n
Zone Interscholastic baskeball sea season
son season wM get underway at the Bal Bal,
, Bal, boa Gym when the defending
champs from the Junior College
and Balboa High match shots and
passes for 32 minutes of fast ac action.
tion. action. A preliminary game between
the llniOt Varsity from the high
, school and the faculty team will
, get the evening's proceedings un underway
derway underway ,at 6 p.m.,
The game Friday should be a
fairly even contest, Neighther of
the teama' have much in the way
of reserves, but if there is an
edge in this department it would
belong to the high school. On the
, other hand the Green Devils will
have 'a team of slightly more ex experience
perience experience with a small height ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, that will give them con
trol of the boards.
Both teams have shown well
in Practice games and then come
right back and looked equally
poor. Should one of them be off
on Friday it could turn into a
rout.
r:
Personnel wise the game mighti
well turn into a battle between;
the Alexander brothers. Don plays'
for the J.C. and itt reported to
, be their number one player both
' as a play maker and scorer. Ga Gary
ry Gary is the mainstay of the Bull.
dogs and be counted on for
a major, share of the scoring
and about 75 per cent of the
' rebound vork.

Jim Selby gives the College and
aggressive, hard playing man un under
der under the basket. He will fight for
s the ball all the time, :nick this
year het has shown some good
scoring potential. Harrv Cody
adds the spark and drive to the
Devils game. The starting five
will be filled up with two new
comers to Interscholastic League
basketball, Bruce Spurlock and
Ronnie ilauman.
Raul IBarbara wM 'be counted
on heavily by Balboa. He is the
lone monogram winner on the
squad. If he has a good night in
putting the ,ball through the
hoop, it might make. the differ.
ence ln the ball game. Roy Cul
breth can score on occasion, but
.he seems to lack the stamina that
will be needed on a team some somewhat
what somewhat 'ihort of capable reserves
- Tom Cunningham and John Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, both up from last yeu's
will complete the starting 5 forl
Bud Hurit's Bulldogs.
Once the league season starts
It goes very quickly, and each
game,is of considerable importance
when it comes to deciding the fi final
nal final champs. For this reason as
well as the natural rivalry be between
tween between the cross campus schoolg
fans, can,. Count on a game full
of thrills with pinto of action.

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with James, Mason

, Tomorrow! I ;
POPULAR WIGHT! 1
: MAO per CAR!, 01
, JOHN HODIAK,
i Robert STACK in
"Conquest Of Cochise"
In Technicolor! w
CI so woe as um 66 skt

, The Dodgers routed starter Ra-1
mon Monzant in the third inningl
after Snifter bit his 425-ft; scream,.
er over the right field wall with
one on to put them ahead, 4-0.
Giant manager Bill Rigney
on Paid GieL Jim Constable, Ray
Crone and Stu Miller from h I s
bullpen during the course of the
game but none of them was able
to halt the Los Angeles ofislaught.
Like most Giant.Dedger games,
this one stretched three hours
afid three minutes. The final out
was registered at 2:18 a.m. (est)
long after moit New York ham,
bell fans were sound asleep.
A crowd 43(12,735 fans at Seals
Stadium saw the game in chilly 55
degree temperature and although
there was a bit of grumbling about
the Giants' pitching, there were no
noticeable comnlaints abnut t h e
fog from San Francisco Ray.
P9Ares' atrikomtta was his
one-game high for the majors. He
fanned nine during 'the first five
innings and retired the side on
strikes in the third. The Giants
scored their only run off ,him in
the sixth on rookie Jim ; Daven Davennort's
nort's Davennort's single, a walk and a single
by Willie Mays. --
Dodger outfielder Ginn Cimoli
was struck above the left ear bv
a:pitch from Gial in, the seventh
inninit 'but club nhvstclan, Dr. Har Harold
old Harold Wendler, said the intury wasn't
sprit:ins and thst Cirnoll would be
gide to play when the two teams
mnet again today.
It was the only National League
gatne scheduled.

Maybe It's only temporary, but
veu can't blame the Kansas CL
tv Athletes ter keine a bit ex excited
cited excited about sharine thop Amori Amorican
can Amorican League lead. They mad It
hve in a row by heating the Clev Cleveland
eland Cleveland Indians for the second
straight day, 9.4.
All the experts said the A's sae
rificed too much power in deals
during the winter, but there was'
no evklence of it as outfielder Bob'
Cerv drove tn five runs with a
homer and a pair of doubles. Kan Kansas.Citv
sas.Citv Kansas.Citv knocked out Pav Narleski
in the first inning and Ralph Ter Terry
ry Terry went on to register the victory
althongh Tom Gormsn bad to re rescue
scue rescue him in the eighth.
Sobering note: the Athletics al also
so also won their first two games last
seaSon.
Detroit, which got off to a
Wretched start last 'April, scored
its, second straight victory ner
the White Sox,' 5-4. on Frank' Bol Bolling's
ling's Bolling's three-run homer with two
out in the ninth inning.
, Bolling blasted his game-winner
off Dick Donovan, who had been
rapned for three singlet; by him
eariter In the contest. All three ofi
the runs were unearned since'
Charlie Maxwell reached first on
Luis Avaricio's error and advanc advanced
ed advanced to third on Tim Thompson's
single. Donovan retired the nOxt
two batters, the,n worked the count
to 3-and-2 on Rolling before t h e
Tiger second baseman slammed
his 352.foot wallop.
Subba Phillips and Sherm tot
lar each homered for the White
Sox while Mnxviell connected for
the Tigers.' George Spencer, fifth
of six Detroit pitchers, -was the
winner.
Dave Sister's seven-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching and Jackie Jonsen's two-run
homer carried the Boston Bed
vqx p 1.1 4rhomph over the
New York Yankees.
Sisler struck out eight, including,
'Mickey Mantle twice, in Posting
his sixth victory over fir Yankees
in eight life-time decisions against
them. He also singled home Bos Boston'st
ton'st Boston'st hird run in the folorth in inning
ning inning after Jim Piersall doubled.
Jensen socked his second homer
of the season with Gene Stephens
on base in the first inning ,The
blow, off loser Tom Sturdivant,
proved to be all the Red Sox need needed
ed needed for their first yictory of the
campaign following two straight
losses.
Ted Williams remained out of
uniform but was reported recov recovering
ering recovering from a .bout with ptomaine
Baltimore and Washington were
Idle.

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. WAHOO! ;115.00
Van Heflin in --
"THE BLACK WIDOW"
Jeffrey Hunter in 1
"WAY TO THE GOLD"
St:1 Imirnommit

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MOBY DICK
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Gregory Peck
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2 Ten-Round Bouts
On Unique Program
AI Gym Sunday RI

A .uniqu boxing .program
which has boon billad as a "box4
rng, carnival" is scheduled for
the National Gym this Sunday
night. -0
In twin feature ten round roundors
ors roundors lightweight champion Hors Horscio
cio Horscio Ottis moots formor 126-
pound king Faderice Plummer,
,and Enriqua Perlis swaps punch punches
es punches with oxfoatharwsight mo monarch
narch monarch Rodolfo Francis.
Bashi Williams and 'B a b y
Fong 'clash 01 a six -4 reundor
and a four-round curtain rais raiser
er raiser is also listed.
.

An impeneirable (sixth wicket
Partnership between Ken Grif Griffiths
fiths Griffiths (31) ), and Allan 'Hamlin
(30), the two big guns of the
Excelsior C.C., broke up a Sur Surrey
rey Surrey attack which had previously
dispatched 5 wickets for 26 runs,
and carried the score to 88 to
gain victory for their side in the
match played at Rainbow City
last Sunday. Earlier, the Surrey
C.C, had been bowled out for 81
runs. ;
Following the pattern of all
their matches this year, Surrey
commenced brilliantly w it h
Marcus Grannum and Percy AP APoleton
oleton APoleton racking up 48 runs before
the first wicket. fell. Grannum,
who apparently has an eye on
the batting championship again
top scored with 38 runs. followed
by Appleton 14, and George
Carrington 9.
'The remaining batsMen, gave
disappointing performances as
the wickets fell: 2 for 57, 3 for
57, 4 for 71, 5, 6, and 7 for 72,
8 for 74 for 80, and 10 for 91
Sterling. bowling performers
were turned in by the Excelsior
skipper, Malcolm Perch (4 for
13) and H. Griffiths (6' for 34).
On the Surrev s'de, C. DePning
garnered 3 tor 21 and H. Mig Mignott
nott Mignott 2 for 34.

By H. F. MIGNOT

The rem
disappointi
the wicket!
57, 4 for 7
8 for 74 9 1
Sterling.
were turne
skipper,
13) and IL
Dn the Su
garnered 3
nott 2 fl'

The Excelsior club novi takes
the lead in this ineeresting com-1
Petition with 1712 points earned
and one remaining game. Mid Midland
land Midland C.C., with 15 points still has
two gaties,to go, the first, of
which .18 tO be played this Sun Sundav
dav Sundav awainst the Wanderers C.C.
At the halfway mark in 'last
Sundavs' game, cricketers and
fans alike joined in the observ observance
ance observance of a minute of silence in
memory of the late Hasp C.
Parker. Well known rot his fra fraternal
ternal fraternal and social activities, the
floppier "B.C. was also a
staunch, supporter of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Cricket League and a regu regular
lar regular visitor at the weekly games.
Our condolence is extended to
H. V. Parker, league president,
and other surviving relatives.

'
Sacond Half Standings
Teams W Pct.
Abernathv Unisport 9 3 .727
Cerveceria Nacional 9 4 .692
FL Clayton Cal 5 5 'ZOO
Ft.' Kobbe Co. lst.' 5 7 .417
Bokel 1 9 .100

FT. KOBBE DOWNS
PAN LIQUID() ON LOUBOUGH'S
HURLING
"Red" .1.oubdugh of the Hu. Co.
lst. Battle Group softball team
hurled the Sykes Regulars Cer-1
veceria Nacional Pan Liquid nut.
ting Abernethy ,Unisport back' in
he league. lead by an half game.
The eame'e final score wee 4.,
to.2. Ernie Camnise anffered hn
defeat although allowing four
hits.
, .

d b
An ear y lea gave IT. Kob e
the, jump over the. Beermen as
I three Regulars: scored in the first
inning on one hit besides the
iBeermen's mishRos. The only other
run for the Knbbe Begulerg came
I itt the lievmith again with the
, Beermen's help.

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Spanish Pictures!,
,
Plazos Traleioneros
- with Mery Esquivel
, Also:
ASI SE QUIERE
EN JALISCO
-INA 'Jorge' -Ne gretr

Loubouoir had enough pitchingl
form to hold Pan Liquid score score,
, score, less for five innimg but two
runs in,' the fifth censored -the
chonces for a shutout. ,
Grates and E., McArthitt were
two players on both squads to
have more than one hit.
The score by innings:
Ft.- Kobbe ,,, -MO 000 1-4
C.N. Pan Liquid '' 000 020 0-2

,
OUTFIELD INSTRUCTIONS Manager Ned Brant of the Albrook Flyers, left,' tells his star
outfielder Bobby Langer, center, how to proPerl field a ground ball in the Outergardens. Look Looking
ing Looking on is Fort, Amador's fleet-footed eentertielder, Herm-Daniel. (U.S.'Army Photo)

2-Rtin
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Nilqnce inilflavapa

Seris

Tiams L Pct GB i
Coiumbus '1 0 1.000
Havana 1 0 4.000
Montreal 1 0 1.000
Rochester 1 0 1.000 ',
Butialo 0 1 .uuti 1
Miami 0 1' .000 1
Richmond 0 1 .000 1
Toronto Q 1 .000 '1

Good-Nniediuni pa6e 'bowling by
F. (Baggy) Williams, .who took
live wickets for thirsty one runs
and A. Shan four ., for twenty
six with a dashing thirty nine
not out by (Baggy) Williams
were the highlights of the. match
played on Sunday, ,April 13 Att
Paraiso between ,the Clovelly and
Paraiso CC. which resulted in a
win lot the latter.'
Batting first on a well prepar prepared
ed prepared wicket Clovelly led by C,
Thomas found it hard to make
runs against the, Paraiso jbolwing,
as a result the entire side was
dismissed for fifty six runs.
The principal run getters were
Capt. Thomas twelve and IA, La Lamotte
motte Lamotte eleven.
Opening- the batting 'with Hold Holder
er Holder and Anglin, Capt.L Blades soon
ran int'o troubleble as thr ee
wickets were down for' ,, eleven
runs but F. Williams came in and
showed how the bowling should
be played by unfolding ev er y
stroke in a batsman repertoire.
When five -wickets -were down
Paraiso had knocked ,up sixty
one runs, at this stage C a P t tThomas,
Thomas, tThomas, of the Clovelly C.C. con conceded
ceded conceded to defeat: -,
Bowling for Clovelly, G. Moore
took three wickets for nineteen
runs, J. Alleyne 'two for twenty
two, C. Thomas no wickets for
Ithree runs and ,, Jemmott : no
wicket for 17 runs. 0 ,
Umpires were: C. Walker and
A. Barber. r
The League's prizes were won
by F. (Baggy) Williams for tak,
ing the Most wickets and mak making
ing making the highest, individual score
in the match. ',
During the 'progress of the
gamcone minute silence was ob observed
served observed by all cricketers on the
field and fans in the pavilions in
honor of two cricketers who have
gone to the great beyond, name namely
ly namely Messrs. McVin Gibbs and Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Lee Merril. ''''' - '
, Next Sunday, April, 20, the, Clo Clovelly
velly Clovelly C.C., will meet the Womack
di
American W isky at Paritiso.1
The winner f thiS match will
win T the lea ue's trophy. Game
'starts at 12:30 p.m. ,
Standing of Clubs d
Clubs 't W.L.D.A.P
Clovelly ' ; 31 2 0 0 6
Womack 2 1 -1 .0 5
Paraists ' 1 3 1 0 3
, tsmalning Match's
Agril 20 Clovelly vs Womack WomackApril,
April, WomackApril, 27 Womack vs Paraiso.
4 ,-, Liiading Batsmen
Luthir Lamotte (C) ,, ., 4, 27.00
Edward Jordan (W) 18.00
Clyde Lashely (C) , 16.50
Albert Williams (P) 16.25
Harold Kerr (W) '1 15.50
, Leading Bowlers ,
Christopher 1 Cox (P) 0.14
itoseph Alleyne (C) ', 6.85
Harold Kerr. (W) 7.14
Granvil'e Moore (C) i .8.17
Alpheus Shan (P) '. ', 8.38
Albert Williams (P) ., 8,57
Edward Thomas (C) 8.86
Garfield Brown (W) i 10.00

tne winning run in the top ol
Luther Lamotte (C) ,, ., 27.00 the' ninth. Bob 1 Conley went all
Edward Jordan (W) ' 18.00
Clyde Lashely (C) ,.,- 16,50 the way for, Miami. ; ..
Albert Williams (P) .., 16.25 ' ,
MITEFF-BESMANOFF OUT
Harold Kerr (W) '1 15.50 ,,
, Loading Bowlers ,'
Christopher 1 Cox (P) 0.14 - ,- , ,,, .,
itoseph Alleyne (C) ,- 6.85 WASHINGTON (11P)-- Friday'o
Harold Kerr. (W) 7.14 scheduled 10-round heavyweight
Granvil'e Moore (C) i 4.17 bout between Alex Miteff sof Ar.
Alpheus Shan (P) ', 8.38 gentina and Willi' Besmanoff '0'
Albert Williams (P) ., 8,57 Germany has been called off be.
Edward Thomas (C) 8.86 cause Miteff has developed a se,
Garfield Brown (W) ,' 10.00 vere body rash. Lightweights La,
..,...,.......,-,Individual.. houriSodih of Algeri? andiArr)
Albert Williams (P) 39 not out. Baker of Mt. Vernon,,N.' Y., hay(
Edward Jordan (W) 29 not out c beei batched as a replacement.
,

10

,

'
Yistsrday R sults'
Montreal 8 Alen ond 4 I
Columbus 3 Toronto 2' (Night
game). , ,
Rochester 2 Miami' L (Night:
game). ,1'
Havana 6 Buffeo 5 (11 ight
game). s 4
NEW YORK, April 1,7-(UPj
The only "violence" in ,diavan's,
grand' stadium last nighf was
Catcher Sam Calderone's tworun
single,,,,in the, ninth inning, that
gave the Sugar Kins 65fVicto.,
ry over the Buffalq Bisons in the
International League opener for
both teams.

k Despite fears by the Elsoniithat
Cuba's political conflict might in interlere
terlere interlere with the game,, t her e
were no incidents and everything
proceeded in orderly fashion aft after
er after American Amassador Earl Sm
threw out the first ball.
Calderone, who earlier had' hit
two doubles to earn batting hon honors,
ors, honors, slapped his game winning' hit
off reliever Karl Drews with the
bases loaded to Ore the Sugar
Kings an uphill victory' before a
crowd of 1,000. -
It was tho first, game of a
four-gamo set in Havana qor
tho Bisons, who arrived aarly
yesterday afternoon 'aftor first
balking t playing In Cuba.:
The players finally agreed to
play Avon assured by prosi prosi-
- prosi- dont Frakk Shoughnossy4 that:,
tho 1,8914 would assume re responsibilityt
sponsibilityt responsibilityt for their safety.

Other opening games saw Mon Montreal
treal Montreal defeat 'Richmond, 8-4, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus shade Toronto,. 3,2, and
Rochester Edge Miami, 2-L ,
The Royals had little trouble
beating the Virginians, scoring
three runs lw both the fourth
and-litth innings as Billy Harris
spun a five hitter. Bill Bethel
started ofr the losers and Jim 0',-
Reilly finished up after taking
over in the sixth. ,,,
Young Earl Robinson, a 350,000
bonus player from tho Univor.
sity of California, made his
professional &but wearing filo
same Montreal uniform' that
onos adorned Jackie Robinson,
tho first Negro .in organized
baseball.
; Robinson, a shortstoP, commit.
ed two errots in the field but
flashed -the same' base s running
skill that best characterized Jack,
ie Robinson when he slashed .a
triple and kept 'right on going
to score after the second base.
man hesitated with the Irow.in
from the outfield.
Art Swanson weathered a
eight-inning rally to help t h e
Jets get o't on Abe right foot,
Swanson permitted eight hits but,
was effective when, be had tO
be. Ken Johnson stinted for the
defending champion Maple Leafs,'
with Jack Crimian taking' over
in tha seventh.
piyk Ricketts and Bob KuzaVa
gave up 12 hits between -, them,
but were tcrugh in the clutch 'for
the Red 'Wins,- who shoed' over
the winning run in the top ofi
the' ninth. Bob 1 Conley went all
the way for MiamL
.
'

WASHINGTON (UPI-. Friday's
scheduled 10-gound heavyweight
bout between Alex Miteff sof Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina and Besmanoff of
Germany has been called off be..
cause Miteff has developed a se severe
vere severe body rash. Lightweights La LahourlSodih
hourlSodih LahourlSodih of Algerip and.Larry
Bakev of Mt, Vernon,N.' Y., have

The 1958 Panama' Area Armed
Forces League baseball champions.
the Fort Kobbe Regulars; are slatt
ed to -battle it out with t h e
league All-Stars in a two:out-ofthree
,game series' eging tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at Balboa Stadium.' The
series is in direct support of the
C,anl. Zone Boyeltate prograln.
- e '
1Th; games are slited for 'Fri 'Friday
day 'Friday and Saturday night and if
third. game is necessary it will be
, played on Sunday night. All
'games 'will b7in at 7:30 o'clock.

,
Col. 'Robert, W. Garrett, com comlOaticling
lOaticling comlOaticling officer, 1st Battle Group,
20th will throw out the
first ball on openhig nightIudge
Guthrie F. Crowe will give a
short talk on Boys'., State prior
to the start :Of the first game.
The 'Star manager, Ned
Brant of Albrook, will introduce
hit players as will Gene Tapseott,
the Fort' Kobbr hianager. ,'
CFN radio will cover the see-'
ond game. of the, series and if a
third game iq neceqsary- this es
win be broadcast direct from the
stadium. :
An added attraction to tbe se.
ries will be music furnished by
the Albrook Air Force Base band
and the 79th Army Band from
Fort Clayton,.
,Tickets for the entire series
may be, purchased at the Ameri,
can, Legion Club in Balboa or at
any U.S. Army post special serv services
ices services ,office for one dollar.

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Ritillif,lillit..:','''::::'

Mutual of Omaha repeated as
champions of the Pacific Little
Farm League for,19511.by defeat
, ing Seymour Jr. itt two straight
,-,arnoA to tlikt Ole champlonship
byscores of t-I and. 10-1'
, The first name 'was played
Monday and the thee last,niglvt.
Lewis Fontaine was the winner
of the' playoff 'series', o p e ner
while Gary Vaucher notchedthe
victory in test night's contest.
, ..The members of the teem were
, ',regentId with' trophies by the
, Balboa Lions, Club after last
, night's genie.

ARNOLD: bOWNS AUSSE;-.

.
CHINGFORD, England s(UP)
Youthful Mimi Arnold of Redwood
City, 'Calif.-tad to struggle all the
way Tue Sas), .,before downing
Dawn, McC4mley of Australia, 5-7.
7.5' 642,,,, in k the opening round- of
play in, the Connatight Club ten
nis tournanien4
ENGLISH BOOTERS SET' 'TOUR
EW, (UPY ;.-; Monches Monchester
ter Monchester City, ohe of. England4 top soc.
cer, 'clubs, 1mill make 'a tour of
the United States' Marla throng))
June S, Side-trips also ate ched cheduled
uled cheduled for Toronto, Vancouver, B.C.,
and MontreaL", 'A.; '',
,
SPEISER to 'MEET PITTS .'''
- DETROIT -(UP) Chuck Spei Speiser,'
ser,' Speiser,' ,the sixth Tanked light-heavy;
bout in Milwaukee, May 19., Spei Speir
r Speir seri ,who is making a comeback
after being, knocked. out by ony
Anthony' a year ago, decisioned
Bobby Lane of,. Miami.' his last'
tiMe out,
SLIjiAP IN 'GFRMAN, SHIPPING
HAMBURG (UP) A total of 102
nerman,ships is idled inWne rPr
man ports, the German Shipping
Lines Assn. said today. ,A spokes spokesman
man spokesman said that international freight
TateS ',would 4,not allmy: any de decrease
crease decrease in the number of laid-up

fr)

NATIONAL LEAGUE,
W Pct. GE
Chicago 1 0 1.000
Philadelphia' 1, 0 1.000
Pittsburgh 1 0 1.000
San Franciseo 1 1 ,.500 12
Les Angeles 1 ,1 ZOO MI
Cincinnati ; 0 1 .000 1
Milwaukee I 0 1 .000 1 ,-,
St. Louis 0 1 .000 1
- Today's Games
Pittsburgh, at Milwaukee
Chicago at St, Louis (N)
Los Angeles at San Francisco
Only games scheduled
Yestarday's Itssults
Los' Angeles 022 012 330-13 15 0
San Fran. 000 001 000 1 5 L 3
4 Podres (1-0) and Itoseboro. :-
Monzant 0-1) and Itoseboro.'-,'
.1(5), Constable (7), Miller' g)
and Thomas. k

.91

(Mix game !scheduled.

OLYMPICS INVESTIGATED
DETOIT (12), Mayor kixtalts
Mirlani is putting his ,weight be behind
hind behind a move to get the 1964 Olym Olympic
pic Olympic gainesjor Detroit. The mapor
hati asked city attorneys to inves investigate
tigate investigate the possibility of drafting
an ordinance creating a seyen.
member' Olympic Stadium Author Authority
ity Authority to sell bonds for a $15,000,000
stadium,

(

, Standing
Teams ,s
Orange Kist
Westinghouse
El Panama Hilton
Spur. Cola
Panama Insurance

Wesiinghouse yesterday defeated
El Panama Hilton ,hy a 12-5 score,
at Balboa Stadia-1 in. an, Ameri-,'
can, Legion League game. 4
Chico Martin gave up Dille hits
In goin'g the 'route for l'the
while losing hurler 'French, who'
also went the digtinee, ,,permittedi
a total of ten safeties.
' The losers picked op a single
),11,11 in, the top half ,of the
frame to take sbortlived
1.0 le1.1, -as Westmghouse plated
, three markets ,the bottom of
the, same inning and a lone tally
in the third for a' 4-1 'marging.--
Eour tallies for the Hotelman
in the 'second Inadc the count ,5-4.
in their favor and so it remaat
ed until the fifth when Westitg Westitghouse
house Westitghouse pushed, across thiee runs
which put them in front to stay
Martin held the losers scoreless
after that and, his mates gave
him ample insurance by scoring
twice in the sixth and thrice in
the seventh as' Chico breezed : to
another triumph.
McKeon., Bcott, ,Kline 'and (Bar (Barbier
bier (Barbier knocked doubles and Kiam
ro critshed a triple for the extra
base hits of the contest.
,
, 7 The box, score:

EL PANAMA HILTON'

. A A E!
Baggott: 2b 5 2 3 s 3 0
Wallace, ss 3 1 '1' 2 1 1
Bright (1), vh ,' 1 0 0 ,11 0 0
McKeown, 3b 3 0 1 2 1' 0
French, 1),:k 4, 0 0 0 :3 1
!nine. et 4 0 1,' 1 1) 1
MeGriff, 3 0 -1' 6 '1 2
Iciamcn. If : 1 2 0 0
Hester (2), nh 1- 0 ; 0 ,-() 0 0
DesLondeq. If 0 ( 0 :0 0 0
Sanders,' lb '3 0 0 5 0 0
Snradlin, rf 4 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 ,5 t 21 7,'

Alon0 The FOiriisitiyi

o
1

'APRIL PWOA MATCHES
, AT RODMAN
.4he regule"; toUr
'lament or members of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Women's --Golf 'Association,
will be held 'atthe Rodman Golf
Club Saturday,, Aoril -19.
off time will be:
Froin Ne. 5: 7:45.-- E: Franklin
B. McGuire, B. Heiman.
13:00 R. Daniels, E. Mon Monteath,
teath, Monteath, '3. Clare. -
8:15 M.' Askew,' M. truster.
IL Owens: ,
, From No. I: 8:00 -- A.. French,
R. Wallace, L. 'Jones,
' 8:10 --- V. Sharpet, F.. Day, P.
8:20 0,-41. Carpenter, P. TRim,
R. Lincoln.
8:30 M. Knock, J. Sullivan,
p. J. Nelson.. ,
Ladies who have., uot sig;ed up
in advance are 'welcome to come
out Saturday and 'matches will
be made at that time. Rumors
are that the yrizes this month
are,- outstanding and this may be
the last time the 4,4dry season
roll", can be used. All lady golf golfers
ers golfers on the Isthmus are invited ,to
join- the PWGA--dues are- thl a

ships in the near future. - I years

o.

:
AMERICAN LEAGUE 4,
, .'W L Pct. GS ;,',..t.
N
Kansas City -,,,' 2 0 1.000 -,,,,,
Detroit r 2 0 1.000
Baltimore 1 0 1.000
New York ;' -1.1 'ZOO ;1:
Washington 1 1 .500 .-1
Boston : 1' 2 .333 2' 1
Chicago "- ',, 0 2 .000 2
Cleveland 0 2 .000

:" o'it' 1:16dt aC)hisicaGgaom:!'1.1'-'''-';'''''''Y'..11r?'
Kansas 'Cily at Cleibland
Washington at Baltimore (N)
New -York, at Boston ',
,
Yesterday's Results e 1
New Y. , 000 010 000 1- 't
Boston ,--4 200 100 00x.1 10
Sturdivant (0-1), Duren and Ber
-
Sisler. (1-0) and Daley,'

,
Detroit 010 000 103-5 12
Chicago '' 210 001 000-4 10 '1
, Morgan, Valentinetti, Shaw, A
guirre, Spencer (1-0), Presko, and
Megan, Thompson.
Donovan (0-1), Moore and Lol Lol,
, Lol, 4 4.
Kansas' City 500 000 202-9 14
Cleveland s '4' 000 200 020-4 9 1
", Terry (1-0), Gorman and Hops&
' slarleakt p-1), Ridzik, W
helm, Churn, McLish,,Tomaneck
and islizon. ,

Barbier,'
IN LI Chase,
, 3 Snodgrass', xf
6 5 Thompson,, 3b
5 5 Bradshaw4 2b
2 6 Trowel.. (3), ph

V

r, 3 2 2:: 6 0 0
Snodgrass', xf : 3 1 0 : 0 ,0 2 0
Thompson,, 313 2 2 2 ', 4 0 odi
Bradshaw0b 3 0 0 1 1 1
"" 1 .10 0'; R
Trower (3), -ph., :1,' 0 .0 0 0
Reynolds, .1h: ,2 12. 0 0 ,0!,1
Martin, p e , 4 0 1. 0-6 0,T
Totals v 31,12 10 24 13 ,3
(1) Bright, pinch hit for Wallac,
in' the top of the 8th ,-
2) Hester; pinch bit for Flame ;
.0 'ow
,. in the top 'of tlie" 7th'
(3) Trower pinch hit for tiatt in
the bottom of the 4th ,"
.. '2
mmary,, ,,,,
;',.?Two R4se Scott '-
kline,.Barbier. '
' Three 'Bose Jilts:, Mame.
: Earned Runs: ,E1 Panama : 4,),
ton 2: Wtinghouse 5..
' 'Left 'on Base, El ranallna 9;
Westinghouse 4, A
r Stolen BaseS: Willace,
McEeown.,. Pedersen 2. Scott, 2
Chess, Thompson Bradshaw.
First On-Balls Off Martin 4; Off --:
French 5.-
Struck N Out (By -'Martin 6;'.13i;.',4;;4
French 5.' 7- '
i Off Martin 5 Runs and 10 Hits in
18 innings. !,
Miming Pitcher Martin('
ing' Pitcher French. Umpires:
11400re.and Etherts.i'.
Scars by Inninns
El Panamit 1 -; 4 0 0 0 0 0 L.'S". ,,,,
Westinghouse 3 0 1 0 2 3 x-12

SALIOi 11:111 11:111
Glenn Ford Van Hetiln
1 Tarr :
"Sae To Yuma" Cscope & Color
,

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Clark Gable A Yy011110 De Carlo,
I "BAND OF ANGELS" 1
CinemaSeopo and Colort

DiABLO OTS. 7:00
George- Sanders
Yvonne De Carlo
"LOVE OF
SCOILINDRELnr
(Repeat Run)

1 GA'TIIN A T:01
1, Helmut Dantine "'
4 0' Mariana ,'''t
' luGUERRILLA GlItIo"?'
1 MARGARITA I;15, II:03
C' Judy Holiday ',.4
, Paul Douglas -44
' "SOLID GOLD ,,,
' CADILLAC" ;',
. (Repeat Rttn)

PAIIAXSO
, 6:15 7:34
tleanor Parker
Richard Boone
"LIZZIE"

SANTA CRUZ
I:15 & 1:5S
Mari Blanchard
Albert Dekker
"SIM DEVIL"
, (Regalscope)

CAMP RIESS 11:15 11:26
"THE MALTA STORY" and
"PATTERNS' 7:55 only

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rill1 -a-citiie -and Zora Folley,, t 0 p
anking,-challengers, were expect expected
ed expected teouild a fire tinder Floyd
Patte'rson, and, via public'. rtamor,..1
force', the heavyweight champpon
,to meet the;winner.. ',..-.. ,
1, To.a eity whicli is not exactly
unacquainted ,with conflagration,
the consequences -were at once a
blessing and a bore. At distantly'
',spaces intervals t la e r', were
'sparks:Never a blue. It was al:-
most'as if tthhe challengers .were
¬ionally -touched byi the Iragic
shadows of' the 1906 holocaust. to
-- Their eau ion bordered on.tinlidi on.tinlidi'
' on.tinlidi' t"
br. They spent most of the eve evening
ning evening tin fran: embrace- Folley
won but m lc ofildiating forced
him' te- settle for- st,Araw. -,Volle
tea -the i atyle .',' an equipment
of an' able ring man end, we felt
a bolder,. more aggressive approa
would, bavee stoppe0 ,the static,
muscle bound Machen. i .. : 1
If Machen and Polley did" not
altogether eliminate themse ves-in
the Oldie 'eye, they gave a for fortuitous
tuitous fortuitous assist to,- Ctis D'AMato;
gpixotic, manager of the cham cham01011,
01011, cham01011, and ,his evangelistic ,' dam
paign, against the,' International
Boxing Club. ,: 1 ,' .,
, Noi, b'Amatio ilas 'something
more subStantial than pious phras.,
es to justify, his retusat to ma,ch
Patterson withthe Folleys I and'
Machens. He can ay: "Who needs
i'them? ,Tbey are palooka0 '
0, There- are indications that IBC
glecimilr, agrees. .;',"Wilk Yon Ill'
to rematch themr, we a s k e,,d
jtarry Markson; the Club's curator
of ,catfiflowers yeeterday. WO
would want to see them?" was
his sepuchral rejoinder.. "It was
an awful,iftdown."1 ..-,.' ',, ,
The manager of the heavyweight
tharnrn bas traditionally been a
power of-figure in the ring business-
p to now this hasn't been
true of ,D'Amato.', Most of the
"
hallengers were commited to IBC
.and, a, champion with no one
' fight is in, a most awkward.po awkward.polon.t
lon.t awkward.polon.t '-,,," .; ,,,- ,,-
,, 4, Fut and' Shoot Boy? ,, ,.
It 13I be argued that, in terms
quality, the champion still has,

'k ,', I Cut 4 and' Shoot Boy? :, '.
It tpiti be argued that, in terms
quality, the champion still lias
'' One tO fight, becaOse of Mach MachOp',.
Op',. MachOp',. 1) and Fo 'ley (No Al cora coraise
ise coraise the best,. what must the oth..
a be like?' A: gruesome thought.
spectacular. win by Folley oh
aeliQn--would MIT strengthened
t,
C's-hincl. A: plausib e point
Auld hage been made that D'A
atO didn't want to get tills' 'man.
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gpixotiet manager m tne rnam- ...- ., L
we also near a return witn Pete
Olon,, and Ills evangelistic ,' dam Rademacher figures in D!Amator's
'alga. against the: International
, plans, This is the amateur, I who
!toting ,,,C1,1,,th., ,,-.., :.,:, ,.;,,,,' : ' ., audaciously made his pro ,debut
against the heavyweight champion
, Noi D'Amatio !has 'something last summer and was stopped, in
more subStantial than pion& phras- six rounds aN Patterson illagrantly
es to justity, his retusat to ma,ch tempered 'Justice with nercy.-
Patterson withthe Folleys I and'
Machens. He can ay: "Who naeds ' '' '''
, It should be noted D'Amao did
'them? They are palookas."'
0 There- are indications that IBC
glocimily: agrees. .;',"Wilk yoU try
i
to rematch them?", we a s k e,,d nOt permit his dragon slaying zeal
to stifle his commercial instincts.
Reportedly, he demanded 'and re received
ceived received a guarantee o; $2500000 for
?tarry Markson; the 'club's curator a transparent travesty- Patterson
of ,cau'ifiqwers yeeterday..- WO
,a. came out of it with'reduced pres preswould
would preswould want to see them?" tige. So t, did the heavyweight
his sepuchral, rejoinder.. "It tv"a;
. crown in a' sinvol of C 1 a s s.
an aw, NJ. Iftdown.,"" ,.",.'. ,, Perhaps the road D'Amato has
chosen will bring 'rewarding ben benne
ne benne manager of the heavyweight
them ion has traditiotially been a efits to the ring-as r whole. ,Still,
the man has been around long
power utligure in the ring busi
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time, with no notable contributions.
ness.., p to now this hasn't been -In Patterson he has art excellent
true of ,D'Amato.', Most cif the young fighter vvho is entitled to
hallengers were commited to sIBC
.and, a champion with no one
fight,is la a most awkward.po-
something better than the ludicrous
anonymity to which' he has been
long., ,,,.., ,,,,,r ,,, ,, .,.. ., subjected for reasons which may
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- ATLANTIC unix LEAGUE
The Atlantic Little League
closed its,1958 season y,-11th a ga gala
la gala awaids dinner held last Fri-1
day evening at, ,the Margarlta
Service Center. The event was
attended by 250 well wishers of
the Little Leaguers Chief Um Umpire
pire Umpire George Tully acted as Mas Master
ter Master of Ceremonies and Ernest C.
Cotton, PreSident of. the league
from 1950 through 1953 was the
main speaker.
Invited guests included Mr.
Lou Olud, Little League com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, Jim McGloin; founder
of the AtlanCt Little Leatue,
representatives of the six teams
sponsors, and the umpiring staff
of the league who in addition to
Chief Tully are Charlie Rosen-1
krantz Jim Wood and Eddie
May. 4
Presentation ot the Tarpon
Club,Trophy was' made by Mr,
Cotton to the Police Pals, cham champions
pions champions of the 1958 season. Man Manager
ager Manager Howard. Wili and Coach
Henry McElhone accepted the
trophy for the team. The trophy
, will be presented to the Pollee
Association as( sponsors of the
champion Pals.'
- Little League- certlficate of
appreciation were then present presented
ed presented by Josepa L. Hickey, the
leagbe's president, to the team
sponsors. 7 The sponsors are the
Police Association represented
by Sgt. Cooper,7 the Coca
Cola Bottling Co. by David Pret Pret40;
40; Pret40; Mutual of Omaha represent represented(
ed( represented( by M!chael Burza; Mor Morland
land Morland sPonsor of the- pirates by
Lt. Kenneth Shelley; Cristobal
Lodge 0542, B.PD.E. represented
by Exalted Ruler Michael La
Crolx,, ard the Nathaniel' J.

as a smoke screen. s I I C1111 lc)) 1 1
, So where hoes D'Amto go from . .
here, now that the cards have, tal- .., ,
len nis :way Various ,boxing com- ' ' '' -
missions have t been,. demanding
that he sign with a ranking thals nt
, o an't
lengers Polley and llachens bay, la
ing committed mutual hari,- kali, ....' -
Roy Harris of Cut and ShOot, Tex- ,, ,, ' -.
.
as. .yes, there is really such a --': '' '
places .becomes a leading men - '-' By OSCAR FRALEY:
ace. ',.- ,. 1., ,, ' '
- ; i ..'' t ,,, ,' I ',NEW YORK (11P) :-,- POsh
The situation being ;what, it is, mind readers, )et's peek bi
no commission can question h 1 s tne impend lacaues of the 11
status as a ranking challenger, and league mallagerS as' the Per
as' the young Texan, 'a 'oart ,time' races got' under way,, Tuesd;
school teacher,jAwhose.,fult '' time ,' This, il 31)111 cchad '-heal.
father IS straight out V ;Bret they. are thinking,' figures t
1 Harte, is'socially acceptable to
the onastermindsV,, : ..., td ,,
a tam facsimile of the mush'
1 D'Amatos the pairing poses o prob-'
gem. :"-.,'', ', 0-41 '"'. '4''''' ,t" :' 'IC' ..,' .: :;,' "' : l':,: ', ,,,P
v '''''. 1:1,-, .(, z ,:, 1 :: 3'; American:league ,1
' In fad, Scooper'Doopei, tells us ---; '' ' '- ..'
negotiations have reached a point CaseY Stengel, Yankees: 1'1
, where the signing of contracts is guys blow this one, 1 cert
but a formality. The places? Hous should have stayed a denti
I ton., The tithe, June or July. The Kansai,' City. Those there
1 promoter,' Lou Viscusis- You-, wan .ellers got no right in the
the, result,' too? Patterson by a bah park and my, ain't it i

'.IsIEW ,YORK (UP) Posing.as
mind readers, )et's peek bemnd
tne hopetui lacaues of the major
league managers as' the pennant
races got under way, Tuesday...,
This, if you. could ,hear what
they. are thinking, figures to be
a lair facsimile of the musings of
the onastermindsl',. d t,
American:league
,

- Casey Stengel, Yankees:,"If my
guys blow this one, I certainly
should, have stayed a dentist
Kansas'', City. Those there other
-ellers got no right in the same
bait park and my, ain't it gonna
be a nice summer.",
,, Al Lopei, White Sox: ."Suie,the
pitching's good. I must remember
no( to bite my linger 'nails. Sure
we got a chance., But, oh, those
Damnyankees."
,, Mike Higgins, Red Soxf "Stay
calm. Williams will be okay. We
might get some, other breaks.
Course we ean't win, or, can we.
Golly, if those Yankees were
ip tile National League."
Jack Tighe, Tigers: "Keep
ing, boy. A few breaks and we
could surprise even ourselves.,
Might even get' second place. But,'
oh, those' cussed Yankees."
Bobby Iragan, 'Indians: "Keep
calm, son, we'll get back in the
first division maybe. Just keep
hold of yourself, ,son, and forget
those blasted Yankees.".
Paul Richards; Orioles: Keep
talking first divisionA Miracles
can happen'. Why, Yanks
might win by only 10 games."
, Harry Craft,, A's: t'Let's just
get even close to the 'first divi division,
sion, division, please. Gotta remember,
we're a Yankee farm club."
Cookie Lavagetto, Senstot:
'Veil, we showed sup. :But, oh,
those Yankees apd White 'Sox,
Red Sox, Tigers, Indians, Orioles
and A's."

,.i NEW YDRK --(UP) Master ,,;
:stakes rider Eddie, Arcaro has -, National League.
been 'signed ,to ride the Maine',
Farm's' Jewel's Reward in this Fred Haney, Braves: "Can't be
veer's Kentucky Derby. Arcaro cocky. But we 'don't win this
has won more Derbiesfivethan thing,again I'll be surprised, be.
ilny other jockey. He scored on lieve me, World Series, here we
Lawrin in 1938, Whirlaway in 1,941. come." ,
Honp, Jr., it) 1945, Citation-hi 1948 t Fred ,;11utchinson, Cards: "We
and IIill Call in 1952. have a chance, have a, chance,

National League.
Fred Hatiey, Braves: "Can't be
cocky, But JI we 'don't win this
thing,again I'll be surprised, bt.
lieve me, World Series, here we
come." '
',, Fred ,:Hutchinson, Cards: "We,

4.) SOFTBALL TOURNEY, OPENING CEREMON IESColonel -Gines Perez, (center), Army At AtLen
Len AtLen lia commander makes the welcoming speech at the opening of the 1958 Panama Area Armed

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Owen 'Post No.' 3 American Le-!
resent,ed by H er.0
,re14,
The 12 year old boys, who are!
no longer eligible were presented
baseball trophies as mementos
of their -Little League playing
days. The presentation of the
trophies were made by each
teams' manager end Coach, The
gradnates honored ,were: Police
Pals Deryck Barber. Stuart
Bernstein, Richard Carpenter,
Mickey -McElhone Allen Park
and Coca Cola
Bottlers, George Campbell Wal,
tertCrouch,- Charles McClelland,
Richard. Roscoe, Dave Wilder.
Mutual of Omaha, Michael Bur Burza,
za, Burza, Robert Hausa Kenneth
Sanders, Mario Julio.. Pirates,
Douglas Alberga, Herman Hen
riquez, :Stanley Motta, Harry
Murray, Elks, Frank Brooks. Le Legion,
gion, Legion, Gregory Hakanson, ',,'
, Master, of ceremonies Tu4
then called on prestrient Hickev
who ...espressed the league's
thanks to all those who helm()
in any,- way to mike the past
season a successful one. Hickey
11110 thanked the Coca Cola,'Co
who supplied the boys with 'free
cokes for the entire evening.
These remarks were followed
by the announcement the
playing statistics fot the Year,
Mike Burza of 'Mutual, walked
off with the batting ',:'honors
clouting an Mining' .714, while
aVe Wilder's earned run aver average
age average of 1.35 was the year'a best
The statistics incletall will be
published in another story.4'
The dinner wastoncluded with
a presentation of a Little League
shoulder patch anel-Movie ticket
to each boy present... :

have a chance.. But,;', oh, those
Braves."
Walt Als'ton, Dodgers:, !That I
wouldn't give to' see Campy back
of that plate. Oh, well, maybe our
screen play will work. But, oh,
those )3rsves.11,
.'
Tebbetts, Itedlegst "Now
if some of these alleged pitchers
tan reach the plate on the first
bounce. Gotta keep hustling:, But;
oh; those Braves."
Mayo Smith, rbillies: "Keep re.
,
peating, 'We ri as good as an3'.
body.' Imagine, if, we could make
the first division. .But, oh, those
Braves."
.
' Bill Rigney, Glanti:',14So we're
going nowhere, But I can-, aiwtys
watch Willie, and those cpsed
Braves."
Danny Murtaugh:P t r's t e st
"'Maybe one the, steel' comnan
ies will offer me a job sometime.
But' I'd rather be here, if I had
those Braves."

Bob Scheffing, Cubs: "We
should be improved:I keen telling
myselr.-Blit, oh, those Braves
and Cardinals, Dodgers,.,Redlegs,
Phi is, Giants and Pirates.tP
And, come August, you won't he
able to print what they're 'think.

Sally League Prexy
Issues Five-Point
JACKSONIILLK (UP) Sam
Wolfson began his first season as
South Atlantic- League ..presid,nt
Tuesday by issuing a five-point
briefing to his 'umpires.
Before departing, for the Knox Knoxvil
vil Knoxvil e-Charlotte game he briefed
Chief Umpire John McKeqzle, Lott
Isert, Bill Williams, Ted Howe,
Bernie Gallagher, Psul ICelley
aqd Harry 'Shedd; '
Wolfson Instructed them to:
' 1. Work as a teeth -and not
hesitate to ask for assistance from
each other. Remember that the
Main objective is to have all de.
Cisions ultimately chrrect.
2. Avoid sarcasm. Don't insist
on the last word If, a:tv an
argument, a player begins walk walking
ing walking away, let him go.
.
' 3. Watch your language. Use
only languige that you would per permit
mit permit the player or manager to use
,
' 4. Abusive language by any
manager, player or umpire within
earshot of the spectators will be
subject to a heavy fine.
5. By unanimotis decision of
the league' directors, it is compul compulsory
sory compulsory that all batters wear protec.
tive helmets at the vlate. If teams
have suuicient I neimets, players
must be required to' wear then)
while running the bases.' '-

1,brefs Setl'ait l'ournrment eur;ng pt;-game ceremonies at Fort Gulick Thursday night. (11 not as yetdecided to which clubs
prill'Ilembeel el' all 12 varti--rating teams, represonting Army, Navy -and Air Force instal- 1,ov4ogkillt .and Merril, would be
.tions, line the base lines. (U.S. Army Photo) sent. -'

By HARRY GRAYSON 11
I
NEW YORK (NEM I have
been advised by Alphonse Weill,
senior member of the board con.i
trolling my boxing opinion, not to
put "no knoelts.on Cus peeAmal
to and Floyd Patterson in Hous Houston.
ton. Houston. Lay off them in that town."
The reason, of course, .1s quite
plain. Roy Harris;. thcr' Cut and
Shoot, Tex. alligator 'eater, will
take a swing at Patterson and the
heavyweight chamionship before
very long in Houston..

What's -Al Won't interest?
"Weill always hat helped me,
whether on purpose or just by co coincidence:'
incidence:' coincidence:' explains D'A m a t o.
Weill, who managed -Rocky Mar Marciano,
ciano, Marciano, also was the Internation3I
1Boxing Club's New York match
maker. Now he seeks a good press
for D'Amato and his ope man cru crusade
sade crusade against the IBC in Houston.
Whatever that means is heyond us,
then, so is the' break busting busi business
ness business today. '
,
' AT ANY RATE. Patterson had
beqer get. to Harris and.Houston
quickly certainly before ),oung
Mr. Cut and Shoot, freih from six
months' 'Army service,' has Anoth Another
er Another fight,'
',The way heavyweight contenders
go 'these -days, each time one of
them Pets in a fight he eliminates
himself. And it's just plain murd murder
er murder for the champion. when the two
lop rated men eliminate them themselves
selves themselves in mi. '41.11"-- 4 di4 Eddie
Machen lind'Zota Folley in San
Francisco.' ,,
, D'Atriato says 'Patterson ,w t I I
fight three times', this year two
foremost contenders and then a-,
nybody who is 'aronnitThe latter
could be Pete Rademacher again.
I don't know who the othet fore.
most 'contenders 'could be unless
one is Willie'Pestrano, who fights
like a bucket of worms.,
, liT LOOKED LIKE sARRY LE LEVINE
VINE LEVINE had a London (late set ,for
Patterson with .Joe Erskine, .but
the Englishman first ,h,d to square
off with Ingemar Johansson in
Xweden and, blimeY; things pere
frightful slid Erskine, but-the En.
glishman first had to square off
with Inremar Jeharmon wed.,
en and, litimey,' things were fright frightful
ful frightful and Erskine palled ft units.-
. Houston operatives tell mfi that
a Patterson-, thatch with Harris

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Lloyd Merrit were tut by the St.
Louis Cardinale today,- leaving' thei
player roster at the legal-limit of
28. The k Cardinals said they had,,

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may -draw as much as 300,000,
provided they can find a place to
put it, but that the backwoodsman
is at least a yen or two away
from such en assignment.Sut Har Harris
ris Harris has d6ne everything asked of
him to date, and, as one close ob observer
server observer remarks, he's peagreen
but profitable. -

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Then, unless Patterson wants to
tackle the annoying Pastrano,
Amato, the one-man trusebuster,
will have to go right back to Rade Rademacher,
macher, Rademacher, the Olympic champion

,
Happened to
.. ,, -TOMMY MILTON
N Tommy Milton, fpr years one of
the -public's favorite racing driv-,
ers, won the 500-Miler at Indian Indianspoils
spoils Indianspoils twice' and provided 'many
a thrill in every, Lrace he drove
at the brick oval, In 1920, Tommy
won the AAA big car driVing
championship and picked up his
first Indianapolis crown the fol.,
lowing year, a victory that helped
him wip his second straight AAA
crown. Milton won his second
Indy 500 in 1923 and became the
trick's first two-time winner. De Despite
spite Despite his daring behind the wheel,
Tommy admitted in later vears
he was scared a good part of the
time-but figured that's probably
what kept him alive.
-Whatever happened to Tommy
Milton? Now 64 Milton is 'a con-
suiting. automotive engineer and
lives in Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
suburb of Detroit. 1

with whom he got a wad for his
tiger in Seattle las, August.
THE AIORE YOU THINK of it,1
and after watching Machen and
Polley, the More you realize that
D'Amato wasn't kidding last sum-1
mer when he haid Rademacher'
wag the most formidable challeng challenger.'.
er.'. challenger.'.
Yet, I can't understand a inan-,
ager with-a gladiator of Patter Patterson's
son's Patterson's apparent ability, letting guys
like Machen and Polley fumbis

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each other out of the picture. Pat.
terson could have collected $200,4
000 each for knockingthem out..
and without too much of a work- 4:
out.

Now Cus D'Amato doesn't quite
know where to take Patterson. EJ
as I said, there's always Pete
Rademacher, or maybe someone
out of the Old Soldiers' Home or a
handy streetcar conductor:
Floyd Patterson, the othampion,
by proxy looks better every time
the other heavyweights fight.

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,r SOFTBALL TOURNEY, OPENING cEBB3IONIESColone' I -Gines perez, (center), Army It.t- player roster at the legal -.limit of' ' k ,,
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- aciitie''and Zota Folley',4, t 0 p as a ,smoke screen. .. ,s ', i ,,,,,
ankint-,challengers, were. exeeet. 'I' So where does D'Amto go from ,, . ... . ,: .. ,.
ed tcollild- a- fire tinder .P.I o y d here, now that the cards have, lat.! .. -- ..- '. , '. ei Cret wi or wtt out I ter, - ,- ?,,:; ,,, :,
Patte'rson, and, via public.',-elamor,:. len ,nis :Ivey' Various-boxing ,com-' ".' --.', ' ,, ,. .. ::.: i. ..,, ,,,.,,, :,,. .1., y 6., . :: .en and, Whiney,' things were fright. A , ... , .. .. ,,
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force:the- heavyweight champpon. missions have ', been. 'demanding
,to' meet tne,;,winner, 1 '.11., f that he,- sign with a ranking that. lit0;;:: anagers';:,:, in s:-::- Houston operatives tell m6 that !... .r.: .:.- Don t blow lour top at the, ,t,walter rela, x light up a :- a .,..,':
,,,,,,,, ,,..,.,-,: ..-- ,.. --, '. tenger; Polley and IViachen, hav, . 4 .- , . . .. ,,, ,.., a .Pattersonl, Match with, Harris .i,.iii:' -'', '.. , -'; '' '' ' '.i;-''' ''' ''. '.' '' L'. ' .' ' a r:: '''
i. ',To: eity.,-whicli is not exactlY ing committed mutilat hari,. kali,. -0 :.. s ,'-.- :. :- , , , ,,.. ,, !.,.., t. ... ...,...,, .. , : .. ',' ;,4. 'r -refreshing Kool. nere sa,really fresh cigarette, ma e even ' e , ., -,, .,,
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unactitiainted,,with 'conflagration. 'Roy Harris of Cut and Shoot, Tex. -:.. ...., ', ,...i ',-:,-!: ', ;-..:'. : '--,--!, O----: . ': .:,.. ., ,, ,. ,,,.. 1.911,.
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Ha ever- .,. ,., ,i,:i ,. better,,with'soothing,pienthol' an combination of the' '' .. 6: :','- : .,L-1...,
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mind, readers, Iet's f peek., benind wouldn't give to' seeSampy bac . .. . , ... 4 : ' l.' DA K ..' : h.. h ' ; '' h' ff.' ' '' "' '"' ' '' :'
mosCas If ,tthhe ehallengers '..were r The ,situation being yhat, it, is, , s' zi:N : '-, A ools are now avalla le tag or wit o'u I ter; ,. r.
temotionall ,touched byi the tragic "no coinmission 'can question, h 1 s 11 ma be our, .'. v
tne nopeiut lacaues of, the 'major of that plate. :Oh, we 0 y ., TOMMY MILTON .''':' ' - : ---- : ,.. -, ,, ,, i ,::: ' '
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er oo ecause they re made tight here In Panama. ; r,.. ,...;,
.,,,,,,o,. ,, ,, ,,,,, ,, as', the ,young Texan, las (ti races I got' under way,, Tuesday.,,i, those )3raves.11, ; -, ..... ,,,,r...,,,. t - -. .,' : ?::1 .1. 1' -- res
a ar ', me . .. i ,-- N TOMMT Mae fir years one of '::::iA t ',. . , .. :.:;.; ; :
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se oo teacheejAwhese,fult A, time '.''
This,' If you!, could ,hear what .:
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ir a e e 8, e egs. ,Now c s fat, Ito racing:. driv.,- ...,1.ii: ,' -.. , : . .. ,,... -:' ,' 3 ; '':-. ' ' ' : ,.iii'.: ,'. .:'
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, a tam facsimile of the musings of some of these- alleged pitchers ers;..won the 500.1niler, at Indian. .: ..!::ii ,...c- ,:: :i .? I .: t 's. :1 .-" : '''; 4 : .: .,.'2,i...-. .; -',1 'i ':-: -,,, : '.,ii:'::-: : ''. ." .. ''''- '-'' 'r:.
won but myoPie oftitiating loreed eau retch the Plate, on the, first spoils twice' and provided 'many 'ffw: -- -' Out . '' ....4. ' . ..
D'Amato' the pairing 130Se .: ' i li a pack ::::;: ,, ::',:.,.: :- ,: . ,,, ,...;::::: .;-,
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him' te-sittle for.'itAraw..Polle le ,,i, ,. 5;....-,---- -.,-- - -- 0-, : "1 ''' ", pounce...tette keen hustling But; a,. thrill in, every race he 'drove, ':-..1i .1"'' i. o' '' ,:, lb .., ::::::: i f, 't '' ' t ' I- ''' 6 A,"
M. ; ', ''''. ''' t'" :'''''' ,'",',.'t, -. ri" '' Ao''4--'',VI' . tf at, the brick. Val '4'.
P !In 1920, .Lomnly., 7, ,,:' !. :1,',' :, ,L,,,:, ,,,,,,:, t ',!: I ., ,
has -the t, atyle .',' Ando:: equipmeet ..: ,';,-'..,. ..,,,..,,',. ; .'1,'.w ',..:. ,ti, z .,:, 1 :::31 ,:.',,Americap League ....,,.. oh, those Braves. : ., ,- .:
of licable rintmin and, we felt, In laot Scooper'Dooper telli us -: ''''' '''': '- - -,, ,- ': '. ..lif5yo St,nithybillies: ."Keep re. wo th
charimploen hi A big car driVing :,;,.1 !' :: .: .. -.' T..ip''. 'Willy' '''''''' ..'..: 4.5414:' '....:: '... ''''' : '''''''''''' '. &''' '''' .:1'. ''''''' '1
a bolder,1 more aggressive approa :',' CaSey Stengel, Yankees: ,1'll my peatmg, : We ra ,ss good is any, p and picked up his :,'..:,. '..: ', ', : 7" 1 11,. i ..;' .:, .. ,,;1 .,,,,1 k.ii:o.:.,, N :- : : .. :4i:,:, 4 : .1;,.::::. : o,',';,
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would: bavee kstoppe0 ,tbe static, guys blow this ,onei I certainly, body.: Imagine,: if we could make ,: anapolle crown the --lel. a f-. -' .'," .:.' ,advice:,,,, ,; , ,;-,-,--:,eos tit,.!::, ., r ' sittO, k.... : --- -:' ''.
where the signing. et, contracts is' the first division! .114,, oh,,,tnose ,!,vt,wingyear a victory that helped ; ,:.:iii. , - is, 11 :: -, ,''.: ''- -- i k',NV, :4,fi.V,.... , ti '- ....",..,;,- '''
museit'houpd Machen. ', : b t .'f r all Th I 'H should have 'stayed a dentist 'in Relax ':' ' -4-It ii-g,,,:, i:01:,,i,: i,i ,,, ..
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ton., The tithe June or Jul The Onsass, CRY.:
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altogether, eliminate themse ves-in th meter,. u iscusi-.You-:, wane
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Ke.,.res.u. ,..00..; at. ersop y eves. , mm win his second straight AAA ', ii,1 ':, 4
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bah perk and ,Iny,,, ain't-it gonna i cro
wn. Milton Wee '. his : second ,;3., :': '.' .!'
gney, G 'anti:: f'So' ve!re Indy ,500. in 1923 and became the : tii.,..i r, : ''' 44,,,,!,1 .1. I gitip 14,...,,4
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go ng ,nowhere,,,,But j ewe always track 5 first two.timi winner-De. -,' .:.:ki ;': ,.'t -,, ,' li s' .,-' .' '''. ',.,:';4:, '''' ' 400101, -',-, PViitt,', i. ',es, '-,' ili'!,',41.0..', :- ::.:',', -,,,, -' -.-
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I 0 -.. a b a nice aummer.", ; :- tch Willie and those- sissed spite his daring behind the wheel, '.::i:, ,,'. 11 ',lir, s x i',,O,,A,r:. ,,,,'N.',' .,,,;:::.44t, :::., ;
1 tuitous assist.: to Chi -D,'AM100, i ...4, ..,, ..,..,,,.:;,1,.i "-' i --:' '-- ,, Al Lopez', 'White Sox:'."Sure the wa ,.1Liow,,,,.2.,,t ., ,s, , di .! : A,011.,,1,. ., ., , -;::oliw ., :ii., .:, ,, -,
ixotie', manager of the.:, ehr, i'il p' i pitehing's gooks 1 must rementber Briives.7, ': ,.' ''',:., . -,,,-,,::,',..,-,.1,,,', :rommy admitted' in later years : il ' , --..''..!,...n"..'..--,qi , .', :' ',.. Wr, 00"M", OPrit,:f : f -,, tp,W,.. .. ,', .'' .;: ,; .;;..-,;',4 l
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1 ee . .. irstest he WAS Seared 2 geed part 'of th --- '1 ; ,, ,. :,,,q;,10,:- : ,t.,, 44- - i!- 'Yin
' p a d his eva.ngelistic ':- am
, ion, :,,, n , Rademacher fi ures in' D'Amator' 1'
. no to hite my linger nails. Sure l'Ma be one o'1' t 'e 71 tim
y the s eel' om an. e-tut figured 'that's, probably -' r .', e tii",4: i ,, ',Ii ii,i, .. .,. .. ,i:.. .. ; ...
paign,'. against the,' International . . g we' ot..a chance.. But, oh ,those i
,,, ,,., ,. ,, ., : plans, This is' the amateur,-, who g , es will offer me a 'job sometime. what. kept, him alive.., , :,;',I ;- -' 1 '' -!' '':' ''' ' ''' .: : '''AOfrf; :-- '' ...'::::-411 : -''.' ;:,;' ,-''' '''
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, --,,?, :. : -. audaciously' made his :pro 'debut 2'' :, 0,-,, But' I'd rather be- here, if I had ',Whatever; happen d T ..' '. ..' '''. :' '-' :'' t g:,:; ;-,: ',.,.., -,
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g ealm. Williams will be okay., We ,.. Bravesi 1 ; Milt e to ommy; ;:,...,,-,,,s.,,,
se . ,. ::;, -,,. --, on? Now q4, Milton is 'a :VIM- '' iii:;.!i -":' '' ,.' ; : ';'i :' -- ' : '' : --- ',. KOWAlilili '. '
sulting.r,: automotive, engineer and ii:i1..,;:. 0.. ,. ..1': ':' '''''''' '''" '''''''''''''':' .- ' : 4. .1 'Y ' 44'..'::' '-'1 :" .!.
more subStantial than pion& phras. ht :get, th b ks '' '. ''' '''' '' r . '
some, o er, rea ..... ::.'gm,-:4,:;!..!.:WA:0::!::::.:1ttl.:.::;:.',MV.1::?IxnA4::,!k:..::::::W,qx.A,.!!:'!:n:',::::!W:1:?t:MMKI::;rmo..7,..:?Ox...:::!:::.:a,m,1;:re,.....,:.,,
six rounds Ite Patterson lilagrantly mig Bob Scheffingi, Cubs' "We lives in Mt CI
, emens, Mich.,. a :.,:,,f,::;,:::,:,,,,iali,i,,ma:,uv;::,...:-:;:.xx:-.,:..,;:;Ax,x...v::,x:,f:,,,,:,,,f,..:,.,::;,f,;,,:,,,::,f....0.:f::,,...,,:,,,Am;,,;;;siiiii-kikkk:0,,,y' ,"":. -: :
, es to justify, his, reiusal to ma0ch , Course we ean't win or can, we.
empered 'Justice with nercy.- should be improved,1 keen telling suburb- of Detroit .- 1, ,', ..- -,' - -.". -'-','''''''''''''-----.. '''''''''.. ' ' '''' ' :'''
rr Patteraon ;withthe Folleys I and' ,' , -, ,, : : ;:- Golly, ,,, ii -: those ., ,Yankees were. myself.''' But, oh,, those '. Braves- ,--- - .,- - - '',.. -',
1 Maehens. He can Say' : "Who needs .
d ip tile,. National League.1. ',. i
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a na odgers,,Redlegs, vmmomonnerionsw ,f,T6.1.1 .
' 'them? .,They, are palookas." ,', .' Jack Tighe Tigers: ,"Keep sinil.'
Phils, 'Giants and Pirates.t.',,,'''' ,:..,,,,....,.,- ,;.1., ,;,.,, ',,' '
There- are indications- that IBC
,) not permit his dragon slaying. zeal,
glocimily: agrees. ,;',"WilI yoU try
rematch them?" we -', a s k e,,d
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to stifle bis commercial ins t ng,' nY' e
tme a' could sur rise Oven ; ourselves And, come :August, you ',Won't he .. ,..., .. ,,, ., .:. :. , ,. A ., .- ... -, ,.., ,. -'' ',.... ', '4 ':' ..,,..i : ,;-,,,
Reportedly, ,he demanded 'and re. a P '' .'," '', able .to. print-what they're 'think. ,' .., , ,,, . ,- ---, fl .... , s'r -.:.-i ,: ..-iii: .').-- I'' .
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Might even get second place. But, hi.. , , : ,., ., 'pm at :r .: -'' '': ' ' ..
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arry Maricson; t 0 e u 5 curator ' oh those' cussed Yankees ', 0- ., ', ;- -- ', ;
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. would ,:want to see them?"
1 ..,w1, a, transparent travesty,' Patterson ., 4,
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calm son, we'll get' back in the S I ' ,: : ',.',, , : ':.
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tLg,,e,,,-; S?,;, tild,';,-, the .,,,', heaVyweight ..
his sepuchral. rejoinder, "It was 1 'cl b 'I' t k
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main speaker. Mickey -McElhone., ., Allen Park, .,,.... A,uw lic 5CC&O a guou press ,', -- .' .' It i .f.---,--ek
sade against the IBC in Houston. ,,, 1 : ' ' ,. '' ''''' ,
Invited guests included ,' Mr. and William,Will. Coca Cola , -czt. ,, .... , f 0 ( $ ,. 4 ,
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Whatever that means is beyond us, ,-,,,, ''' 'N' ''N
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then, so is the' break busting busi- ; '' - '' 'I r , ',,,,t,
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of the Atlantic Little Leafue, Richard. Roscoe, Dave Wilder.
' representatives of the six teams Mutual of Omaha, Michael Bur- ness Joday. ,, 1, .' ,' i :1 -' '1. '''''''
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? : ,- 7 ,,.1 Chief TullY are Charlie Rosen- Douglas Alberga, Herman Hen-'betterk get' to Harris andHoustn ' '" ,..
,...,.-,-5.-:.' i 1 krantz 7 Jim, Wood and ,',Eddie- riquez. 'Stanley Motta, Harry eufckly 4.4. certainly, 'before ),oung : -' .,, l 4 .. :. ;- -, :-, ': : ,", ':
May. ", .,' '...7: ,, --, '..,- MurraY. Elks, Frank Brooks. Le- Mr."-Cut and Shoot, fresh from six .." :'"' ' '- ,..' - ,
months' ,-M'my service,'"has anoth. I ,,,,.' .0.-...AF"..4. -' ' ..
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. .;;' ,. Presentation -- of' : the Tarpon gion, Gregory ,Hakanson; -:, :
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Cotton to the Police Pals, chain, ,, Master, of ceremonies' Tull- ',.''' - ..--. '''' '' 47.,-. .!, .;"4, , :.'" ..,,,,,,:.?:::: .. ,,.,: '.:- ;,. '. -' : .! .
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pions of the 1958 season. man- then called on presirient Hickev -'.,The way heavyweight Contenders ': -. :::!Aip:::;,.. ..
ager Howard. Will and -Coach who ...expressed ,, :, the league's go 'These -daYs, each time one of I ' : : .:"',' ::: :.: - ; ; -- --
':',..i Henry McElhone accepted the thanks to all Ahose who helpeo 4 -. '. . ..': . '
them Pets in 0 fight he eliminates .- i ,..,.:' : ,, '' ..,,,4 - ' '' -'
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4, :,-,,,,,, : .,,,, '':-7,5-1 'will be' presented to the Police season a successful one. Hickey er for ,tike chariwiel, when the, two .:! ''... ''''" .... -- ,, ,:
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THE PANAMA AMEItItAN INDEFENDENT DAILY ..,NEWSPArElt
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THIS SPACE IS FR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE
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Baldwin's furnished anartmento
at Santa Flare Beach. Telephana
Smith. Balboa 3681.

, PHILLIPS Oceanside Cattalos
Santa Clara R. di P. Phan Pa Pa'
' Pa' mama 3-1877 Criste141 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cattalos and Ems
Bosch Haase. Ono mila Pitt the
Casino. Mons Balboa 1166.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
t on beach. then Thompson,
Balboa 1772.,
Houses 1
FOR RENT Chalet 2 borl
mms, mairra room, big yard,
garage. Mo. Joao do Fabrega
' No. 12.
Commeicial Site's I
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FOR RENT .-- Mimi space on
4th July Ave. 21-24 feet with
glass front and two cupboard's.
, Apply janitor or Phone Hopkins
Balboa 2966.
FOR RENTSpace suitable for
shop or stern 15-24 feet floor
Mae 'with high coiling. Apply
janitor or Phono Hopkins Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2966. .,
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Wr !Don for NIA Service
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lARD Luck Joe won the open opening
ing opening Adiamond lead with the queen
and led the king of trumps.
West took his ace and shifted
to the, six,of clubs,: East's king
forced' Joe's ace and Joe drew
trumps' with 'his queen and dum
my's jack., ,
: Joe's next play WM; the deuce
, of spades. West played the three
and Joe went lido a long huddle
' and finally played the king. West
took his ace and led the four of
Joe ruffed in dummp with
) dummy's last trump but had to
, lose another spade and a club; to
be down one.
"Well," said Joe. uThe year
' "farts' off as usual. I couldn't
guess the spade because both the
' ace and,queen were wrong."
Alsoots usual Joe had prodik prodiked
ed prodiked his, OVill hard luck. The hand
',was a cinch no matter bow the
i" spades lay nrovided Joe did not
Indulge in the luxury of pulling
all the trumps.
, Joe should have led the three of
trumps to ,tiummy's jack and then
led the spade. We,st could still have
forced dummy to ruff a club where
.upon' Joe would simply piay an another
other another spade.
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, but dummy would still have a
- trump left to keep West from cash.
bg a club.

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' this bid but you certainly weskit
to try lot game. , 1
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'' You bold the same hand. The
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Nestle ,, East' ., Sew!' ',,, West
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Senate Probe Hits
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'''Union Lowyer,Who
Silenced Client
WASHINGTON (UP)-:rhe Sen.
ate ,Rackets Committee strongly
, rebuked a Philadelphia lawyer to today
day today for advising a union oldcial
las-tonstItutionat-rhOlt-not-to
answer questions about alleged
misuse -of union funds. , ,
' Chairman John L.- McClellan,
MI-Ark.) said the attorney, John
Roger, Carr011, Wall being paid

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ATTENTION. 11. Ant built
modem tontisisod spativossots. I.
2 bedrooms. hot. cold, watts.
Pitons Passim' 3-4941.
FOR RENr--; Metiers spacious
unvisited two Itedmom apart-,
' attest iscludiso Itotisswars. Pak'
, $150.00, Ave. Pen1,37-20;
FOR RENT Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining room, 2
'porch hot wateremeld's room,
garage, 44617 7Ce Iambi& Strut,
Bella Vista. '.ft
FOR RENT -;t Attractive, 'pa.
,ciout he( bedroom apartment,
hot water; maid's mom, garage,
two bathrooms. 13, 49 street,
Bella Vista.
Freshly paint's! anartment.
room, living room, dinetto dinettokitchen.
kitchen. dinettokitchen. Dariee Street No. 14-21.
next street from 4th of ,July
Avenue.,-4
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FOR RENT,-.7, Furnished apart-,
ment,.., living bodroom.
Within, bath in building 465.- :
00., T.1-132 4th' of Jolt.,
FOR RENT 4 bedrooms
largo, living room 3 bathrooms,
2 closets. in ash' bedroom and
toilet in maid's room in No. 71..
132 4th July Ave.' APFIF
hos or Phone Hooking Balboa
2966. 1
FOR RENT --- Furnished apart, 4
" ment,' 2 bedrooms, dinins room,
Independent SSMC'S., San Fran..
dace. S6th Street "le, 6, near
Roosevelt Theater.
50.00, furnished apartment,
completely independent, North
American neighbors. Reserve tit.
Phone 2-3343, 341111,, hit,
sidled apartments.
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KANSAS crry,mo., Fornier
Secretary of State Dean Acheson,
in blaming,,President Eisenhower
and Secretary of State John Fos.
ter Dulles for the attitudes Amer America's
ica's America's allies hold toward this pun.
"By mean! of 'a policy which
boa been as odd assortment of re retrenchment,
trenchment, retrenchment, belligerency,- moral.,
ism, and bad manners they have
forced our allies to look upon us
in a light in which we never AP APpeered
peered APpeered to them during the war or
in the eight iyears after it" I
WASHINGTON An Air-rorce
spokesman, in saying the B.47 is
a good plane despite two 13.47
crashes Tuesday and one last
Thursday:
"We've had a bad week, hnt the 1
13.47 has a good record,,Jhere's I
no question about that.' ,,,,
MOSCOW First Deputy Pre- ;
mier Anastas Mikoyan, in telling
American concert pianist Van Cli- I
burn of Kilgnre Texas, that his 1
appearance in 'Moscow was a
great serivce to the United States:
"You have been, a very good
politician tor your country. You
have done better than they (the
American politicians) have."
Fuerzo y' Luz Now
MemberOf Edison
Ele'c' Institute
Prior to the opening of its 26th 1
annual convention, the Edison e electric
lectric electric Institute announce& that
affiliate membership to its orga organization
nization organization had been voted to 11 Lat Latin
in Latin American countries, one of
which is local Fuerza y Luz. Co.
:111113 at last year's convention
in Chicago, M., that Edison Elec.
tric Institute voted to invite eft.
ty companies of North, Central
and South America. In addition
to Puerza y Lug, Latin American
utility companies from the follow following
ing following areas to apply for an receiv received
ed received affiliate membership: Venezue Venezuela,
la, Venezuela, Chile,' Costa Rica, Cuba, E Ecuador;
cuador; Ecuador; Guatemala, Brazil, Bermn.
da 4nd, Argentina.
The Edison' Electrle. Institutue,
with,,its headquarters in N e w
York City, is composed of mem members
bers members front thousands of privately
owned electric utility companies.
The major purpose of the Insti Institute
tute Institute Is that of Oaring utility ex experienceinterchangleg
perienceinterchangleg experienceinterchangleg ideas and
information for improving systems
and procedures,. This, of course,
has as an end result, better elec.
tric service to clients.
,
with union money and therefore
had an obligation to look lifter
the interests of its dues paying'
members.
Chief counsel 'Robert F. Ken.
nedy contended that Carroll was
serving "two masters." Sen. Irv Irving
ing Irving M. Ives (R.N.Y.) said the aL
torney was involved in a "con "confilet
filet "confilet of interest."
, The incident arose when Ed Edward
ward Edward Battisfore, vice president of,
Teamster Local 107' of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, invoked the Fifth Amend Amendment
ment Amendment to avoid testifying about a
UniOn financial report which al allegedly
legedly allegedly had been doctored.
An FBI forgery expert testified
itesdarthat several ligureo-Ork-a
liat of union payments had been
altered to raise the total by about
$4,000. He said one $6.50 payment
to Battis,,:ore had been "kited" to

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FOR SAL1 "CChem let
V8.' hard toi, 2-tone paint,
power-glide, radio, 4 brand, new
, whitewall tires, perfect condi condi,
, condi, Con.' $1800.00.- Tel.." Balboa
1776 daytime, llama 2884 eye-
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FOR SA1.1,.;-1 1949 luick,, good
transportation, 9129.00. Phone
2-1440 after 3:30.'7, '
, FIRE SALE ,---, 1951 Oldsmo..
lilt. cedan. hydromatk. tood
running condition 5375.00. Cali
Tol. 2-2316.
FR SALE 1957 Choorolots
poworglido, 4 door., novv coo coodition,
dition, coodition, low miloalo, 1508-11
Tel. 1389.
' WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
GOOD LATE ,MODEL CARL
Phone' All Day ,Panatna 2-4966
2-2616 Autos Comma, next q
to Coca Cola plant. 4,',
FOR SAL ',- 1956 hird Coen
try Sedan, Ftedematic power.
, steering,'many extras, 9 pressen.
ger, radio,. 11,900 mho. Sal.
boa 2718. (,,
FOR SALi 1954 Ford,evar."
drive, radio.' kw ,mileato, on oncellent
cellent oncellent condition 1000.00. Call
Balboa'6-317.
FOR SALE Lincoln 195 Pro Pro!slier
!slier Pro!slier Hard Top, Airconditioning,
Heater. Radio, Power Steering,
Power,Brakes. Automatic
dows seat, automatic
leather upholstery. 4,bbott Col-.
, pan Motors. Tol. 2-0625.
illk
FOR SALE ,--- 1110 use
standard shift'ecosl mechaniptl'
condition,Z testano made seat'
covers,, black 'and white, r teed ;
tires. 300.00.i Can be. seen -at
Lecona 707' Apt. 1- and Lar
FOR SAI,E -- 1956 Ford,- four :
door, hard top,' Fardomatic, pOWIr
timing; radio fruit intorior fo
infomation. Albook 2241,
FOR SALE 1956 Austio.lexo'.71 I
, edam, condis,ien $875. Delivery
' Juno. Hite hours 2-4930J
, FOR SALE Premier Linea lot,:
1957 4 Aloorst, like, new. Cs11 ).
efsee 4 p.m., TA 3.5783. ,,
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LLIA11111
(Across Banco NactonaD
, COION
- TOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any toot trouble, coyest callous.
us, btgrowu toe nails. toot msg.
sage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S!
Products
, J. Arotetnena via $3411
, Tel. 3-2217
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, TRANSISTOR : .;
', ELECTRONIC:,
' FLASHGUN:-,:'
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,temptroture of the' stio
:. : cinly $32.50,'.,
Interitatior,tal ?Jetpelry
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, 155 Central 'Avo.
Mall order Thane 2-2316
) Lift, INSURANCE'
, call .;
, :JIM RIDGE ;
, 'General Agent
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co.'
for rates and information
Tel.Panama 2-0552
ansammolameizemapala161
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' Tel. 2-1661 ,
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HOLLAND HOUSE
1 minal trod the heart ot
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San Jos; Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
Suiten and Bungalows, all with
private loath., Hot and told, water.
' Price; Se andle daily,
with' meals.
.......m.reantopelitan kitchen
Horse riding. -""
For, reservitions 0..
, Box 4459,
Manager: Bill and Elena Jaspers

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FOR SALE 36, efheolor 'Oat,
pray 145 HP ongine, new, beat
robililt 195E. Top condition
throughouk Folio equipped. Will
- sacrifice, Call Curundu' 4126;
, FOR SALE ,!! 20 ft. In.' IMat,
'60 H.P. cuisine. Phone E6-4143.
largest stock-, of
, and vsed boats, motert,' traitors
and Marino hardware. Also H.
berglass inatrials, resins and
'' paints. leo our now Mathieu
.4 store Hundreds of Demi to set setset
set setset from. ABERNATHY,,, S.A..
SPORTING 'GOODS, across. side
West. II Panama Hotel. Phone
3-0264,' 34895.,

FOR- SALE 11 ft:, sailboat
Kaiak-10 tfli..leb;ard 's
Boat bi perfect ..conditic4e. May
be sten at Balbes Yacht Club.
$750 er beat effer.'
Balboa,2434S; :
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Dinah 'Shore'. Benny,
1111 r
lop Female,:
.,4
Emmy AwardsforTv
161,LYWOOD (VPYContetlian
Jack Beim and- singer Dinah
Shore were honored 'as television's
top' Oiale land lema,1,,e entertaihers
last n ig h t at the r. nationally
televised t. 1001 -.annual Emmy
awaits. ,; t: 4.2
An estimated 40-
Wstched ,the Icesentation
Emmys : to :"Ginisniolte"' the
best dramitle,, series; 1:"Playhouse
90" forits single performance of
;line Comediant". and ,"The Phil
Silvers, Show" as the best .com .comedy
edy .comedy series,'
13roadc,isting System
won ,the network race for the
most. awards presented by the
Academy of 'Television -Arts 'aod
Sciences,' taking 1S, cOmpared, to
12., won by -the ,'Natienal Broad,
coating Compaiy, ''" !'
American (Broadcasting CoM
pany,,' Treatorv'of ',', "Maverick",
took one of the' 28 ,Emmys,' pre pre-
- pre- :
Televisien vetetans Robeit
Young,an4 ',Jane ;Wyatt; to-stars
1,4Fither.Knowi Best," were
chesen as ,the besff actor 'and ae,
tress' in leadiog role a "fire'.
matic or comedy series.
Bearded 1"eter Ustinov-'Was hon.
ored es the' best. actor WI single
for 'fs "The ',Life -of Samuel
Johoson,",1 on "Omnibus."
it The Eininr-fo; the, beat actress
in 'a single 'per,ormancev went to
Pelly Bergen for theN- title role in
the "Playhouse, 90" ,production., of
the, Helen Morgan Story."
, Rod --Serling7'tepeated as the
best writer ora one 'hour 'show
with ,-"The .,Comedian,"
., Five teefinical awards were pre.
seoted .best art, ,', direction,
Rouben Ter-Atutuilian, "Twelfth
Night," Hallmark 'Hall of Fame.;
best ,'cinemetography 'for televi television,
sion, television, Harold 'E. Wellman,' "Remo
the, Magnificent," '', a
phone," science. series; best live
cameri work, ,'CBS, for en entire
tire entire ,"Playhouse901.' series,' best
film,'editing for TV,, Mike Pozen,
"How to Kill- a ,Woman," a "Gunsmoke"-
program; and ',best engi engineering.
neering. engineering. or 1 technical achieve achievement,
ment, achievement, "Wide-Wide World."1, ,
- The Feb., 1957, coverage' of
the' Riker's', Island, Planel
crash ,won- CBS an, award for the
"best coverage' an Unsched Unscheduled,
uled, Unscheduled, newsivorthy 'event.",
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EvangehcaU4Council:':,
Toiponsortrusado:';
'Beginning on' Monday),',
Skeete PanaMIC for rthrist
Crusade'' 'will ,be Initiated st the
Christian '11ISSIOIsl,',11111) Stree
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For "the occasion a choir of
nearly:, 100 ',, voices'-has been re rehearsing
hearsing rehearsing ',under the. direction of
James Tsylor7 with Ruth 4arvis
as organist, , 0:
In ,, addiMont0',. this' thoir,- spe4
dal 'numbers will be ',tendered
nightly by ;,selected soloists and
quartets.' A!
This ;crusade is -, the oannual u united
nited united campaign service conducted
by the Evangelical Ministers Coun Council
cil Council of Panama' and the, ,Canal
Zone. For' the four-wek-crusade,
the Council is, bringing lom the
United States,5 the ,Rev Skeete,
a youthful evangelist -of high
Christian qualification- The Bev;
Skeete is a" graduateo' of the In InternatiOnal
ternatiOnal InternatiOnal Bible College in ,Cana ,Canada
da ,Canada and 'pm Winnipeg College of
1 'Theelogy.t His evangelistic efiorts
have taken.' him nil over the U.
nite& States,- and Canada V, with
outstanding lutcess. ,, ',
Here 'is the schedule at meet meetings;
ings; meetings; - ,, ,.. ; -- . i:
April 21-23 .4 Christian M i a asion,
sion, asion, Chorrillo.,'- ,,
April 24-25 Baptist, Gamboa.
April 28.30 -...,,03ethel Mission,
Paratso. ' '' t
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Rio Abajo., ,!. ' ,. t.,
' May 6-19 Christian Mission ef
Panama and Panama Baptist.
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FOR SALE 6 Hotpoint Auto., ''''
Matte Clothes, Dryer, 60 cycle.
' Quartets- 62-A, Albrook. Phone
86-2291.. 3 1
FOR SALE Double bed, 11-
.
, id mahogany, good condition.
$40.00. Smith-Corona gettable
typewriter, good condition.
'$40.00. Call E3-2216.

- FOR SALE tin lill4 Easy
automatic -, combination washer
dryer $355.00. Cali Panama S S629!
629! S629! between 4 and 6 p.m.'
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', FOR SALE 6 New 60-cyclo
Kiny-size Black Angus". Praiaserre-Broiler-Grill-
, SSD; States 2
' ;man' 4-spat Sectional circular '',
Settee with largo matching cot-
' fee 'table; Easy chair; odd tip;
bleS; 3-yard lined drapes; irta;
hogany Dining Room Tobin,
2 chairs, large latet. Reasonably "s
pricort. See 4offico hours, The
TIX1111, COMPan ("fell frent'
tOCM deta Plant).
FOR 'SALE Reasonable
frigerater West. 25 cycle,
pie beds (2), plants, porch
,-sertancv lowing machine, white.
f: portable vacuum clean's', Ham-0
ikon hot 10" 25 cycle, clock 25
-cycle, toaster,'2 slice, lac, Vino
mime blinds, buffeh small to.
Wes, bitched' chairs. Tot Balboa
1243 after 4 o.m. :
- 01011 SALE Singer oleo. con con.'sole
.'sole con.'sole $50 Westinghouse vacuum j
,
$25, elec. rioiki snit fan. Qtrso,
157511 Gevilan. Phone 1-$454.,
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, 'LEAVING ISTHMUS SALE 0-1
Derp-freozer, upright,,' twelve
cubie het, Nue drawers and
sholt..-' "International Hat,
vaster" refrigerator with deep
freeze, compartment,' ten, cubic,.
.feet,, 60 cycle. "Philce" radio
and record player tornbhatioa
, console, blond finish. Iron bed
1 'with Beauty Its4t maftreu And
"'s spring.' Dark 'mahogany bar with L.'
four ,mahogany stools..." Knotty
cypress terrace furniture set,
settee, two arm chairs,' two ta ta:
: ta: .specially treated to stand
' rain. Call Captaht. Davila,' guar. ,,,,
p tors 41-11, Fort .Gulick tele, ''
L';'pho'no 08-304' e
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FOR -SAI:1 06-;" Serval electric r
refrigerator, 25-60 cycle with
deep frooze. 1 TV set. General
'' Electrico 24 inch. table meael
-with stand'. 6 Venetian blinds for ',
rt lamily 2 bedroom house.
,' 5616-Co Diable.1 Phonei 2-2651.
FClit SALE Beautiful piece
carved bedroom set,'' ,perfect
condition.at sacrifice price., Tel.
'13-6205. ' : ;
FOR SALE -- Chinese libation
rug '93112 blue,:now, Coll
3137 Fonom, office hours.
',:, FOR SALE-6-4' lathinefts SI
00 hi-chair '.$5.00,: aluminum
stroller $5.00, screened est,.
:', 'lase bed $5.00. Calle B, ear- 'o
1., war pr. Alberto ; Navarre.
'-'Canersie." Tel Ponama 3-62.8111i
t' FOR SALE 1- Oesstraese '10 en
.bdill'itluotst- P;iNce"P$611'7'5I11.001.4!Tdolc.ctIii:
A550. -
FOR SALE Lovely, Wrought
Iron Dining Itoom Sets Reduced,'
' from $193.00 to $150.00. Rot Rot.
. Rot. tan Living Room Sets 1$150.00,'
Mahogany Living Room Sett $98.
00, Double Beds complete $44.00,',
:4 Mahogany Dining , Room 'Sets ''''
$45.00; Modem Vanities S65.0
; 'Motel Rod' ? Ittnk'
',, hods $44.00, 't Folding Beds' 1
$35.00,. Chine' Closets moo(
maikit Chairs $12.50, StudIA..
couCh' modern -$69.00.' Easy I
Terms, Club ;hice tdo Ora
StamPli Almeten HX'1House-
held, Exchanp)., National 'Ave,
': No.' 41, Tel.: 34911,' 3.7344

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FOR SALE rig Daily Glean's.
or, Kingston, Jamaica, W.
-, Campbell Agent. Tat 109 Co.
ku.
Stock clearance all itew100
Off.. Fishing rods and reels, air
; pillows and mattresses, paint
- brushes, "aluminum wrenches.'
, miaoscopes, boat ladders.' hack
tAIWS; screwa'rivers typewriter,
adding machine.,":, fiberglass kits,
, air trons and many other items. 1-
- No. 19, 44th St. Bella Vista all
day Friday and Saturday.
-can't afford to miss It.

FOR SALE 2 tremblones
very ped4ceeditiosi;-,114bee 2.
' 6375. Orin Sadler. 4
FOR SALE ., Mitchell room. air
conditioned. excellent condition,
$125.00. Also ,,"20" ,.portable.
reversible electric. fan, practical-,,
' ly new, $35.00. Phone Panam
3-62118. I p
Repiort finds TV
news lief As Free'
AsLIJI Ilevispaprs

for, the, Republic said yesterday ': '0 r
response to the, folumbia Broad- ,..-. :. v
casting System's televised inter. "1. ,,,
view, with Soviet leader Nikita S. 1.--,-- n'ar"41. . L
Khrushchev lagt iyear- indicated '' ', ,-, 0,4
that American teleivision is not as .. ''''- 0
tree to gather news as is the if ' '-------...a.....i
'press. T' '' ' 1 -;, .,,
;Me fund ,said in a 15-page 're- ;,,,' , ,' .:. -,,
port written by Herbert Mitgang . -, -
an editor' in the Sunday depart- CLASSIC LEAGUE I
ment o the New York Times, that ,The Classic series of the Clas Clasthe
the Clasthe interview with Khrdshcbev sit League will take place Friday
WAS "an-important event in the night, at the Diablo Bowling Cen Cenhistory
history Cenhistory .of; televisionnews in, the ter, and a large Crowd is expect,
United. State."e , i ., ', ed, to witness. matches( that will
"Not so,' much for what wa decide the Championship of f the
said," the report statecl.."Not be- highest ranking-league on t h t a
cause it 'was the first teldvised in- Isthmus. e- . t, e
terview;'.witil a Kremlin leader. El PaaaMa Hilton bas a lead of
Certainly not because of the audi- one point going into this final night
ence that the. program attracted; of- the season.', They will, stack
the 'audience for tLassie' at a bet- galfist the Seymour Agency, who
ter lime that day on CBS ,, more although eliminated from'. thn race
than doubled Khrushches.," z Etre strong enough to upset: the
i However,' ,.,,it said the Anterviesv ague leaders- Al ,''',,'' , ; ,,,,
lItaisek mere, clearly than it has '',, The numbe4 two and three av-
'ever been., riised before, 'a 'tines-- erage bowlert 4vill .be pitted a ation
tion ation fundamental to the develow- gainst each other lit this' match.
ment of television as a medium ,Bill Coffey, sporting a 191, aver averfor
for averfor public. service." -,- 4 sige,,, will roll inrthe anchor spot
That question it .aild,.' was: for tbe El Panama Hilton and Car Car','Does
','Does Car','Does American' television, in it men Cascio, with a 192. average,
role as- a news, gatherer. and will 'oppose Coffey in the ,' anchor
I broadcaster,'..have the same free-, slot for the Seymour Agency.'..
dom as ',. the American -',Iiews,-. The. Agewood Bourbons; in see
paper?".. .. ,' '' '''''. !'''...' ,' mid place'. only one point aWitY9
, Th study,' one of a series being take on the CartiNtei Rum Run,'
carried out by' the fund on, the ners' whe are 31s points out of the
basic issues Of freedom in modern lead. This will be a case of ;"must
society,', mdicated Ahat television wol four" for Carta Vieja- ,,,.,,y'
I
did not:,enloy the' same freedom.
4 Ao Wood' ii 'lee-hides t b e,I
"If a newspaper had published '''. oe
an Interview with, Khrushchev, no
responsible person In-any commii- ler Bud Baleen His 199
veteran keg i
league ItatillognaeuvePrage bowler the'
nications field would have thaught
of questioning the propriety or the erage championship, se Bud wIli
average is qu te safe. Int tbe. ax.
Publication,9,- Mitgang's ,,,,, report trY lc' Ill'ark hill ,AgewmtVt, "in
. '''' '''' n''' d d
said,' "But 'when a television net netrta
rta netrta Vieja a) we roun e
work,' ifter great 'orecautions to
Ca sh k Al d t the
protect the integritp of the per- quartet, yith C uc me a a
' 'helm will go all out to win ., the
formance and' after making its In- .
1 1 hard way, that le sweepmg tne se-,
the bunting -..., ,-,...,..
tenoon 'known 5o the highest eve
of the governmest,' telecast
terview with the',Kremlin leader, i P,,19.1
I KS part itt trIOCIElaraft thel
an in,, nes, and hoping2 that: Seyinonr;

,the propiety:,' was very seriouli note1.01 2.'.
questioned. , e
The. interview Was ',televised on FORT KOBBE MIXED LEAGUE
the CBS TV. program. ."Pace the Tams ',,
Nation,": June 2,'1957, and was. Choppers 33 23
rebreadcast on the CBS radio net. Heavenly Daze 32 24
work Jater, the same day. Six Lushes .29 ,', 27
- i Moonshiners),, 28 .28
vieTtm LOSES, LEG teis Amigos 28 28
HAMP'rON, (1.7Pj"t Charles Skyrocketa 27 '-i29
Watson In; 18, one ollwo youths Ochos ., ;! 26 30
who accidentalirset off a, Navy HI Handles I 7 25 21
practiee' bomb, underwent 'a leg Question Marks , 7',25 31
amputation- today, He'' and v Bob- Choppers 4 Ochos 0
ert 'Hastings, 18, had 'found...the With three of the mole choppers
bomb on an islan&-Haitingsiml. chopping down the pins with re refered
fered refered ierious burns.1 gularity the 'sextettp.moved into

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'WANTED Radio ann nnn e rs
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Miscellaneous' I
:.ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS :
- DRAWER "A," OIMILO
-SOX 1211 CRISTOBAL,
Money Se .invest in real state
' mortgages. Inter American Say.,
ings and Loan Association. 311. :
21 Jowls Arosemena Ave., Pan
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4 We have first mortgage for Isla,
Phan 3.7837 Panama. -
FOX SALE Two bedroom
concrete chalet, located on left
side trans-Isthmian highway et,
Club X. up hill from Pueblo
, Nuevo, first street with houses
'5th house left side.. Price
$9600.
Node's piano ,instructipne ir
popular music', lass, Roden
, Boogie' Woogie. Latin rhythms
and classic Call teacher Zes
Bennettr 3-3651.. r
will ertable tts

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SERVICES

3-minote 'car wash $1; stem
cleaning of motet $5. waxing of
cars 36. Aiste.labs, Trans-lobe.
Mimi Highway Near Fearke
,TELEVISION SEIVIC1 .... Ire. A
,, Transportation. ,, April Spicial.
Same day Service. Crawford A. ,,A,
gencies .Coro. Tivoli Ave. ', No.
11.20. Tel. 2-1905. to
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'Protect lout hems tnif 101.0o7' i
ty 'against insect diimag it.:-r
, Prombt scientific treativient ot
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basis. Telephono Pronte Sortie
Panama 3;7977, ot Colon'1777 ?
TELEVISION SERVICE.
.fitanesty. ani customer' satisFac
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month only.. FREli ISTIMATI
'before repairs; Ask for MISTER
TV. Phone Panama 2-3142. ;,
,''.,''" TELEVISION OWNERS
-f ',"DRY SEASON SPECIAL" : ''t
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ama ,1-7607,1 ,,, '', ',',,,",, i,
, Present ., fists !coupon gilled
, out) to our ',. technician ''', ini I i
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nay half prise on home sem- ,,, 4
ice calls.' This, otter, limited .t I( sl
7','un: tcahleickPeedt 'caUnstraedriusGtestdlei: 1
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i rote tn. rainy Aaiun rush4, Init,
. effer. Pitts Ma9 15th, 195', ,,
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, Name 1140 s'o 60441; ;,
. 4' 4 1
-, Adores, ..p.1.'..,...,,,,,,,, 1
first place at the 'expense of the
Jchos I who,' dropped all f, o i ri
points. ARer the first game, the
Choppers, needed every pin, be
cause they, took the ,second by 1
pina and' the last one- by, a single
ton.i, DTI Coldren was the thiel
chopper, coming 'through 'wiih' a,
1501 scratch and 555 hdcp, and Alex'
Stirling,had 'a sterling series 'of 5g'
and'Cnucli, Jones completed a de
lux trio y11114'545; For the Ochps
Chip Chippeattx and Jim .:, S I In
triedqo SIOD .the beheading, part
with 529 and 534 sets. ,' ,
.
, Six .Loshes 2' Heavenly Daze I
The-Six laishes, !were not awe
by the, ceristiat' sextette operatin,
as the Heavenly Daze, by, pulling',
them down' to earth Witlya three to,
i one verdict. This was a. rough awl
ready' tussle; Heavenly Daze tool
the first one by that single pin, bill
the Six( Lushes .retaliated with ;
seven 'pin wht and completed tle
job with a 53 margin.: The Heaven
ly, Daze was studded with, a 'nu
Of. 'of stars,. Ray Banks, 't starre
' with 532,..anct the two' ftoses' a'
rose, to the 'OeCaSiOn ', With l'iett
beating Ralph ,527 ,to.504,,-,Iti ''!,I,
,1-Anchor '', spot', but "' definitely, ii '',,,
dragging wars' Sruce Hasslen eo,
515, Only half of the Six Lull"
landed in that elite !1500'1.' cht
Bob- and, Hel,cu ,WhIkler put
good performance; with 543
501, and Wally Morgan: joined- ,'
Winklers With 532. , .. ,:
,
'
,' Lai Pirate 3 Neenshinera -1,
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( The Butaneers carried' off; a
fo l'' loot from. the Moonshine
1The Pirates was stopped in '"'
first game by,4, salvo of 4,T' pil
handicap, ,,which 'the Aloonshim
used to a 'good 'odvantage. :11,
that Loa Pirates tore: Into ot t
Moonshinero 'end 'made the 'NO
qt!'";310eyre:Trnies(1: k
walk the plank 'fr trt balance -,
k the night Both teams had a far
ly. plus it guest' to partake'. of ,
1 ior5si,time"tiPadirtibaditieo in 'oil with 592,
504 -sets, and ,helping them 4
Bill Fleshinan with .501, for 1
Pirates it was'the Sack famill'i t
I sacked the' Shiners with' Owen 1
1, and Ed 522,. but'the' devasting ,t,
lass wellder was Ed Allen wir, 11
563 score. '-', - -1 t ', ': ,- :0: !t,
Y S.'S AMI401 4 SkY Milkill ti
1 The 'Sky Rocket ,could not 0
off the ground and- the Selo A"
gos',,turned out to be no tfrien ',I
Net result: the Seis Amigos wt 4'
led off, with a four, point :win, I,
'Amigos treated the opposition :
a most tinfr,lendiy fashion, beefy
hot one of the three .r, games f
close. The most 'utifrie; i
lot,' as far as the BO ,,
concerned were twe'y ','
log to 'names of Ed 0 1 ,.
Dick Leslie, with theirv,,,..40, ,'
Then there were two' dana, ;c,
Alined the conspiracy whe
ley 1Bradbury contributed 4 ''
Helen Martell() 526. The .,,
weie ready to risewitl, i,
Bock-its with Lee's 505
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tti Handles' 4 avoition 'Si, ;
' It was a matter Of ", -,, )
for the Hi Handles. ,So, t i
it and avoided being left :
eellar to die, They now -I ''
Question Marks 'to share t 1 i
sery. But things Rre looking ,;', ti
er for both outfits, because '1
eight, noints senarate, the last I
first plsce teams,- Any auste..4 i,.'
drive on part of either team cc
find them climbing vp 'the 1;14,
.)
of team standings., Five 'of silF it
Ranches were, quite, handy wit i
their skill on,. the lanes against 01 :
elusive 'pins Al Hume and hie be t
ter hPlf JPan ,recdrded 594 and 59t t
and the Barnes duet had 531 I
Elaine and 508 for Harry. The la 1
of five luminaries 'WAS D or it
Wines with 548.' Three of the Qurr:1
-tion Marks that left. fine SCOrit k
were Bill Bond 531, Hal Wise 5i4'
and Carl (Bowden 515., 1,,
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The attack on the mayor's
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tPacific Contractors Ina. and
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.yesterday afternoon, at 'Balboa
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Interior and, exterior painting
,,i0 10 public and office buildings
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jilso was low with a bid of $3729
, tor Ow :Anterior and exterior
rinting, of 'neon Elementary
A low'offer of $31.801Araemade
y Bervicio Biouwer 01 the ex ex.
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4 This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 own. toclaY, lal
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Panama Canal ComPanY:
. Ba,lboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
98 85
' 'Low 73 81,
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HUMIDITY:
- High 90 79
Low 43 76
,(max. mph) NY-20 NE-16
RAIN (inches) 0 0
VITATEli TEMP:
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FRIDAY, APRIL 18
High Low
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3;38 p.m. 9:59 p.m.

; HAVANA; April 17 (UP)Government troops broke.:up a rebel attempt to sabotagelhe aqueduct that carries
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HENRY ,
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IN A PERLBERGSEATON PRODUCTION

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:c)mparli

r- Fieports from the interior appeared to. indicate the rebellion was fizzling Oepite sporadic 'outbreaks of violence.
'." The first military communique in,24 tibias mentioned the action at the aqueduct among, scattered ;lashes in
which at leat six persons vere killed and ','-several" wounded. ., :
,Two clashes occurred in the Guantanamo area. One rebel band shot ,up the.hOme ihe Ineyof- of the south south:Coot
:Coot south:Coot city, while another 'tried to- dynamite.the aqueduct. -, ,

GuantAnamo, Niquero and La'
Luz arc all in Oriente province,
principal !center. of rebel acti activitv
vitv activitv '
In Havani, 'troops, and police
killed two rebel youths who had
holed up in the suburbam offices
of the American-owned Bauer
arid Black Company.
, Havana newspaperi printed
, number' of obituary notices
mentioning young men who',
"passed away" for unspecified
reasons presumably in the
niop-up' raids that followed
last Wednesday's flurry of reb
el violence. ,

Chileans Differing
On' by, Piis'ident
Won't Visil' US y
,
SATIAGO,: Chile, April 17
(UP)Chilean officials split sharp
ly today ever why President Car Carlos'
los' Carlos' Ibaiiez cancelled .,scheduled
visit to Washington.
, 4 ; ,,
-Interior Minister Eduardo Urzua
said Ibafiez decided to stay home
because of Interior Secretary Fred
Seaton's proposal that tlit, United
Stateb reimpose the, copper import
duties, which have been suspend suspended
ed suspended since World War
Untie Said the ChileaniPresi.
dent also was miffed by the news
that President Eisenhower would
not meet him at the ,a1rPort. He
added, however, that' this "protol
col problem" had been cleared up.
The Foreign Office 'and thb Chi.'
lean Embassy is Washington de.
nied the; copper-duty report, say saying
ing saying that Seaton's recomMendation
had nothing t,o do with lbafieZ'
change of plan.;
s The Chilean Prtsident's own ex explanation,
planation, explanation, calied to President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, was that he thought it
best to stay home to deal with
"national problems which have
arisen sin the past few weeks."
The cable, published by the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office last night, said sped.
fically thatibatiez wants to keep
an eye on the eanipaign for the
presidential'election Sept:
Seaton's proposal for revival of
the him-cent copper duty was in intended
tended intended to protect U.S. producers
it a market in. which the world
copper price has fallen below the
"peril point" of 24 cents a pound.-

Lecture On Fort

San Lorenzo

At as Cumbres
, Dr. Jos lvtAteverte,,president
of the Panamanian Institute of
Hispanic Culture, ,will give a
lecture on histrigal facts relat,-
ing to Fort San Lorenzo. 1
The lecture, sponsored by'La
Cumbres CiVie COUriell,' Will be
held at St. Joseph's Seminary,
Las Cumbres at ,7:30 p.m. on
Saturday. All persons interested

9:37 a.m. ISaturday All persons interested
9:59 p.m. are invited to .attend.

anamo

' As the situation -easetl,- the
tourist trade began to pickup.,
-A number of Americans -have
arried here in the past day for
two, although the tourist- turn turnout
out turnout is still far behind the levels
it reached at this time last,year.

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" ST. LOUIS, April 17.(UP)Ken.
neth BetTesheim, St. Louis unr
derworld figure, was reported. to
have been slain while running guns
to Cuban rebels; according to po.
'
Detettives said they -beard of
Berresheim's disappearance from
two Metdcan youths who told the
officers they had last seen Ber Berresheim
resheim Berresheim in Havana, Cuba, twhile
they were- smuggling guns and
heard he had ,been killed. ,-
Bernisheim's boat -was founa
this week in a cove south -of. Milt.-
mi Beach, Fla., and police quoted
a caretaker as saying be had not
heard from him since early Feb.
s 4 ,,
Berresheim formerly worked, at
a club owned by St. Louis Imo&
lum Frank (Buster) Wortman. In.
ternal Revenue agents also,: are
seeking Berresheim concerninil.k4
income tax returns. ;

Givefood Stamps
h.,
Weekly Tolleedy
' WASIIIN6TON (UtnRep. Vic Victor
tor Victor Anfuso 1D-NYYtoday id idcleated
cleated idcleated a "food stamp" plan that
would add $2.00 per week' to the
food budget of 10 million' unem unemployed
ployed unemployed or needy Americans.'
The plan would cost taxpayers
about one billion dollars yen:,
Anfuso estimated., A House Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture subcommittee under his
direction today openedi a two-day
hearing on food stamp proposals.
House 'members who hope ihese
plans con heiptfilt farm' giFp use
while feeding recessions struck
families have introduced a Aotal
of 20 food stamp bills.
The Brooklyn, N.Y.,- lawmaker
only big-city spokesman on the
House Agriculture -, Committee
said the idea had the endorsement
of Alabama Gov4 Jamea E. Fol Folsom
som Folsom (D).- '
Falsom, in. a statement sent
here, to be included in the hear-
ing record, said : elperience in
Aiabama "indicates the f ood
stamp plan is a',better method of
distributing surplus foods than di direct
rect direct distribution."
FolsOm added. however, be was
opposed to 'one of the key "sec "sections
tions "sections of Anfitsoll $2-a-week plan.
This is a requirement that huh.
illes &Pled by the program must
buy about IS worth of food
stamps for cash beore getting $2
free stamps.' All $7 worth of
stamr be used at "cash"
lit neighborhood groceries, cooper
ating in the gra m,lAnfusola
said.
, Anfuso'l said this requirement
was ',designed to make sure. ,that
the tree stamps result in boosting
total food consumption.
URGE LEG SHOW
LONDON (UP)L-The newspaper
Daily Mail Wednesday advitsed its
husband seeldng female read readers:
ers: readers: "If you are out to trap a man
and are among the' seven out of
ten. women in 'Britalts'who' havel
good enough iegs, then you must,
shorten your skirts at once.",

,
NEW 'YORK (UP)The father
of 15-year-old Michael, Farmer'
said bitterly today that the ver verdicts
dicts verdicts against' his son's teen-aged
gang killers "made a farce of our
society" and gave a "green light's
to the terrorism of juvenile Itreet
gangs. Hek said his son's life had
been "absolutely wasted.",
, Two y out hs' were convicted
last night of second degree
murder and twu of second degree
manslaughter for young Farmer's
slaying. The all-male jury also
adquitted three others, 1,1 hours
after it had received the case.
Eleven boys, under 1$ and ,too
young to be tried for murder, are
in ,correctional institutions as a
result of the Egyptian Dragon'
gang's mass attack on young
Farmer and one companion, who1
survived.
First de;ree murder convic convictions,
tions, convictions, carrying the deathlienalty,
had been possible for only two of

Frances
,
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PARIS April' 17, ranee
was still so stunned and groggy
from the body blew of its brand
new political crisis that ne new
government appeared anywhere ln
Alost 'Paris' newspapers this
morning talked ot the possibility
of a-right wing coalition group
ebing given the first invitation'to
,try to form a new cabinet.
This loilews traditional French
partiamentad logic, since it 'was
the rightists in the National ,As ,Assembly
sembly ,Assembly who engineered the 321-
255 vote defeat of Premier Peha
Gaillard, Tuesday night in bit bitter
ter bitter debate over his Tunisian po.
, -
The names o Gaullist firebrand
Jacques Soustelle, 46, Independent
(Conservative) party leader Antoi.
ne Piney, 67, and Christian Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat (MRP) Deputy Georges Bi Bidault,
dault, Bidault, A9,' were mentioned as pos possible
sible possible rightist -contenders for the
Premiership. 'Both Piney) and EL
dault are fernier Premiers.- But
the powerful Socialist party,. which
has 96, members in. the, Assembly,
warned. it would leftist) to join, in
any government with ,the Conser Conservatives
vatives Conservatives the way ft did in the oust ousted
ed ousted Gaillard Cabinet, A l

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-'' WASHINGTON (UP) ,,,Igarrin ,,,Igarrinthe
the ,,,Igarrinthe Federal Reserve Board, called
er S. Eccles, former chairman of
today for a "prompt" tax cut:,-
6 to- 7. billion dollars to bolstei
the economy and frestall, "more
drastic" at! recession action
later on. .'
Reeks told the; Senate' Finance
qommittee there is !Ismail likeli likelihood
hood likelihood of an improvement, in '14the
econoxy this year" 14, without
"prompt, and appropriate action
on the port ,of the government."
, He saul an increase in the' size
of the national -debt, that. would
result from a .tax cut would ,be
a "cheap price to pay for a quick
economic recovery.".

, The Salt, take City.banker said
he "strongly" favors tax cuts ov over
er over publii works spending ,becausi
the latter is "too slow to produce
the desired results" and makes
fer "waste and ,Inefficiency."
Cuts in income, corporation 'and
excise (sales) taxes, he said, have
the advantage of,"letting the peo people
ple people spend their own money in instead
stead instead of the government's doing
it for them." 5'
- While criticizing both business
and government for helping bring
on the present economic situation,
Eccles said the ,"major, responsi responsibility
bility responsibility .rests squarely on the should shoulders,
ers, shoulders, of the leaders of organized
labor."'
Ile said Union leaders used their theirpower
power theirpower to ',"force up wages" and
achieve Pcostly fringe benefits
far 'excess of increased pro productivity."
ductivity." productivity." The 4 result, he said,
has meant labor has "jeopardized
its real interest by pricing many
of its loods and services out of
thA market."
tEccles said 's toersonal hicome
tax cut should, apply to, the, first
$2,000 of individual taxable, in income
come income to bave the most "benefi "beneficial"
cial" "beneficial" effect.

the youths:The jury said it had
considered,such a verdict for one
of them and that four jurors vot.
ed for it on a first ballot.-
No Example Made,
, One, juror told newsmen the
jury bad rejedted the, idea that it
could help curb juvenile dein deinquency
quency deinquency by ."making ari example"
of the boys, on trial. The juror,
Saul B. Siegal, said he believed
that !leven if we sent one or two
to the chair, it wouldil help" the
overall problem.
But both the dead boy's father,
city firethin Raymbnd Farmer,
and Roger McShatie. 17, who waS
attacked with 'Farmer in High.
bridge Park last July 30, tt4Iered
sharply. ",,
McShane had 'testified' that tie
and,Farmer hid been on their
waY to -,"sneak a swim", after
closing hours ,in a city pool in the

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'

WASIIINGTO-iN(UP) Presi.
dent 'Eisenhower reluctantly sign signed
ed signed the 0,5000,000,000 highway coa coaWadi
Wadi coaWadi bill into law yesterday.
He said the measure had 4:grave
delects"', but these were over overshadowed,
shadowed, overshadowed, by. the need to create
pbs.
The President noted, that the

-
Democratic' sponsored bill proH
vided for a $1,800,000,000 epeedup
in highway building this year and
said this ,. would give "some' it.
petus" to 'efforts to increase em.
,
But he iald be had 24serious
rtervations" about' Abe legisla
tion and urged Congresi to re.
turn to "sound -principles" of
highway' Construction. ,
, The $1,800,000,000 hike in federal
highway spending this year would
go for, the' 41,000.mile interstate
highway system and the network
of primary,, .secondary and urban
roads. ,S pa nsor s, estim,ated it
would 'create frinn 90,000 to 500,..
000 new jobs. V

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, The 'President's signature. also!
put into., the law books for the
first time a federal program aim aimed
ed aimed at .regulating billboards. The
new Jaw offers special cash' in incentives
centives incentives to the states for .regli..
lating signs aldng new express
highways.'
The Chief Executive objected
Strongly 'to a' provision recultring
the federal government for' one
year to put up two-thirds of the
money for the regUlar federal aid
program. for:primary, secondary
and urban roads. The states for,,
nierly paid half.
-.Eisenhower said some 'states
might insist on such an arrange arrangement
ment arrangement t bi-' the. future. But if.they
do, he sa I would resist." The
Of
President also opposed a provi-j

WARSAW 1.113Y The news newspaper
paper newspaper Glos PracY Wednesday reported-tbat
four Roman Catholic
Poles were,arrested in the village
of Poryte and charged with incit-'
Mg a riot during the funeral' of a
member 'of the Jehovah's Witnes
'sect,
The 'nevvspaper said "several
hndred persons threw stones and,
shouted abuse" during the funeral
of Micheline Zajkolvska last April
12. The demonstration was broken
up by Polish militia and the four
alleged ringleaders arrested, sc.-
cording to the newspaper. t
Poryte is near Bialystok about
100.nilles northwest of Warsaw.

park.' was injured' but mad.
aged to run away. Farmer, crip.,
pled by, polio,. was unable to es.
cape. '1 -. ,
"Farmer Is dead, and one boy's
life:should have been taken for
it," McShane -said at his home.,
"Maybe I'm prejudiced because
I was,stabbed, but that's the waY
I feel. , ,
.'"Everybdy feels It's going to
get worsa around the neighb0r neighb0rhood
hood neighb0rhood this summer," be added.
.1 All Vero Guilty
MCShane's father, -,3ames Mc.
Shane, 66, protested "there was
none of them, hinocent.",
' "They fought to get at the boy
-,you know that What's happened
-to lustier Inthis "country? the
elder ,McShane asked. "I don't
It's a Miscarriage of jus justice.
tice. justice. This certainly is no cure for
juvenile delinquency. MI' seven

' months ago.

k- : 1 (REA Telephoto)
,
tRGES CUT 'Former 'President Harry S. Truman
gestures as hi appears before the House Banking Committee
In'Wash,ington. Mr,, Truman urged Congress to give a five-
' billion-dollar anti-recession tax cut to middle and low income
' families., He said the revenue loss could be made up partially
byeliminating "inequitable tax benefits to pdvileged group.
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,

e Grudgingly Signs .5 Bi IlionL
ighway Law; Aids' Billboard Curb

sion for federal loans to states tol
cover most of their coals of pri primary,
mary, primary, secndary and :urban road
building.
;, The,. President, who Tuesday
vetoed a $1,704,028,300 rivers and
harbors bill, signed the highway
pleasure as the-Senate drove to toward
ward toward final action 'on still,another
anti-recession bill. It ',would pro provide
vide provide a billion. dollar loan fund fot
local public works projects.
'Meantime, several Democrats,
including House ,nfajority whip
Carl Albert 1D-Okla.) and Sen,
Stuart Symington 1D-Mo.) pre pretested
tested pretested that the President was
vetoing too, many bills designed
to tombet the ,recession. ,ka s t
inonth the President vetoed a bill
10. kill farm" price supports.
Albert said. the President was
"showing less and less vvillingness
to 'cooperate with the Democrats
In Congress." Symington told the
Senate administration ?officials
either' should accept the Demo.
cratic' programs or "come up
with positive proposals of their
own.", f.

Albert also said Eisenhower s
Veto of the rivers- and harbors
bill might backfire against such
programs as the foreign trade
bill on which the President needs
he'p. He said the Pr.esident's at attitude
titude attitude made it dkficult to pro provide
vide provide "ponpartisan support."

Cast Ofiliving
in USJust,Keeps
Inching Upward
NEW YORIC' (UP) 1rhe cost
of living inched ahead again in
March; the National ; Industrial
Conference 3oard reported today.
The increase,, reflected ( higher
fdod add service costs. lielphig. to
offset these '-, were lower transpor transportation
tation transportation ; prices and the first tie,
clino housing costs in 32
montbs.'' -'
The board said its Mardi cost
of living index stood at 106.8 'per
cent of,, average prices in 1953.
Thisirepreenti' a slight gain of
o.2 per cent over -February and
an increase of 3.0 per cent above
March, 195't '
, Over the month food costs rose
,0.9 per cent and sundries elimbed
0.1 per cent'''. Apparel remained
unchanged,, while ) housing and
transportation costs were off OA
per cent, 'and A0.3 per cent, respectively.-
;,
The -board, said 'the further In.
crease in food:costs- continued to
reflect the damage to fruit and
vegetable crops caused by the un unusually
usually unusually cold weather of several

Of ustice
,
ae a rmer

should have been found guilty
and the two that' did the stab stabbin;
bin; stabbin; should have gone to the
chair,"
The lather and sister of Louis
Alvarez, 7, charged with inflict.
ing he f a t al, knife wound on
Farmer and convicted of second
degree :murder, wept hysterically.
Convicted of sec ond degree
murder, which arries a tsentence
of 20 yelirs to life imprisonment,
were Alvarez, a Puerto Rican,
who testified that- he was drunk
on cheap wine at the time he led
the gang attack;,,' and Charles
(Bit Map) Horton, 'IS, a Negro,
who was charged with hacking at
the dying Farmer with a ma.
'The youths convicted of second
degree manslaughter, carrying a
penartr orup' to 15, leara," were
Leroy tThe Magician) Birch, 19,
a Negro and Leoncio (Jell.) de
Leon, 17, a native of the Domini Dominica;
ca; Dominica; Republic.
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BRUSSELS,-April It (UP).Belgium opened its 650 million
dollar world fair today, its cherished- ideal ot world cooperation I
apparently a, casualty of the- Cold War and U.S.-Russian rivalry..
'Blandly disclaiming- any "spirit of rivalry," Russia wrapped
its mighty glass and alumhium pavilion in a last-minute out..
door 'phalanx of heavy larm equipment.ind bulldozers In an
obvious effort to overwhelm, the neighboring, graceful American
exhibit, .,.. ,., ,,,, ,, -. ,, ,, 4 , ,,7- , , ,:
- The Russians have been cramminr in the heavy exhibits for ty
days.- By the time the tirst gates were thrown, open to the pub.q'
lie ;at 1:40 a.m.. toddy, their pavilion was ,,by sheer )inass the
Most linpressite area in'the fair. !, f ,.,
, Whether U is the-most effective the 41-million ,visitors ex
p!cted in the next six months will h'ave to decide. : f.,
,But'in the lovely round Amer- Mats and officials of the 47 per',
loan- building there was every ticipating nations. -, 0 f,,,
confidence t h a t the United A brilliant day ,of festivit
States would make at. least as marked the inauguration of the
ranch 'impact with intelligent firs,t internationed exposition
expenditure of 13 million dollars ince' the famous" trylon ,a 11 d
as the Soviet Union las with, a perisphere" lair in New YOrit i
;smolt; iii I .. ' Id ;
budget ,of 10 milliOn' dollars. or Ply in 1939. t. (.., , ''
more. ,,-... ,- ,.....) - ; Fifty planes wrote the, lettril
, Two houre.after' the. first "B" iri the skies as King, Ban-,
members of ., the public. passed douirt kindled a Mune which will
through the gates, King Baudoin burn until the exposition loses
and the Royal family arrived to Oct. 19.,1,.- ,.; ....,..,- . ; ,:
make-occasion official, in sev- ,-.. - ...,
cerealremhoonuiressol
besfPoreeee-hmroeamicibengr co a iicusevilla- '''
the -.Belgian government, -diplo- , ,
; ,,' 1' .,
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W.ASHINCTON (1.11)).--An 'tan
secrecy",, bill designed to preve-nt
the t use' ,of a 1789' kw as au authority,
thority, authority, to withhold information
came up, for floor, debate today
in the House.. 't'
The ineasure, product of Ahe
House -Covernment, Information
Subcommittee, faced several pos possible
sible possible Imendments. Rep, Clare g.
Hoffrnan,(R-Mich.) said he, WOUld
offer three and seek to send the
bill ba'ck to st the subcommittee
fpr rewriting. .'
'The. bill WOW& amend a 1789
law authorizing federa' executives
to make rules 'for the,"custodi.
preservation and use".of papers papersIt
It papersIt pould add these words:-
- ',This Section does not atithorize
withholding information, from the
'public ,.or limiting the availability
of records. to the publie."
All ten- Cabinet departments
opposed the bill. ,
'atep, ,Iohn ,g Moss (D-Calif.),
chairman' of the subcommittee
which drafted the legislation, said
the 1789 act was Intended -"t0 be
merely a 'hotisekeepingl,,,law and
nemore." ,
But she said it 'has been
"twisted" sto mean -that it au authorizes
thorizes authorizes the withholding of ,"pure ,"purely
ly ,"purely administrative, non-security in information."
formation." information."
, Moss Said thli wasn't pie In Intent
tent Intent of Congress, Where Congress
has determined that information,
should be kept secret, it has
eassed specific laws,' he
fot example, laws to permit with,
holding income tov ?dorm mili military
tary military secrets., and FBI reports.
The bill was backed by the
American Newspaper Publishers
Assn.,. the American 'Society of
Newspaper Editors, the American
Civil Liberties Union, the

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MINEOLA, N.Y. (UP)A house,
wife charted, yesterday -that
not only. did .her husband 'Insist
on sexual relations every day,' but,
forted her to pose for nude
phntos. t-
Furthermore, ",tesiitiect M r
Dorothy ,Trautiv 36; of Williston
park,. he had them developed at
a neighbrhood store "and :that i
caused g r e,a t embarrass4
Mrs. Trauth is seeking a separit
ation from her husband, Malcolnii
68, of Levittown. Both testified in
(Nassau ,County Suprme Court.
" "He forced me to pose for nude'
pfetures,., said -Mrs,' arauth.-
objected 'strenuousljybut he took',
them anyway, He had, them de; .1
veloped outside and: I. was, very- 1
.embarrassed,, when a' man Called
up and saicIL,.". 4

' Objectitins by trituth s attort4t I
prevented the -n etite brunett
from finishing the sentence. ' i
9, .; i 1;,,,.,,,,; -, ,. , ,,
- IVIrt: Trautk 'testified that her i
1
husband coritinually -and persist,
ently approached her for the pur.,
pose of ,engaging in Lsexual activ.
ity min every room in the house I
but the bedroom., He said- the I
bedroom was for sleeping." 1
, ,,
r
Trautk who is ounter.suing hi I
wife on abandonthent charges for 1
leaving him last year,. denied
making excessive -sexual. de.
!lands. ,, ,,,,, , ' ' 64
.
'' "She demanded that we'. limit
sex to' such'an extent that it wail
'virtlially mit of be picture," he
testified. ''"She rejected amorous
advanceo even when sex was not
involved,",-., , ,, ,.

American Newspaper Publishers Trautli said 'he 'and his wife
Assn.,. the American 'Society of argued because she wanted to go
Newspaper Editors, the American out four or five times a weelc,,
Civil Liberties Union, the Anuil mostly to ,something called ,the
can Bar Assn An& other, groups'. Mothers' Club. ,

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Ipened its 650 million'
I ot world 'cooperation 1
U.S.-Russian rivalry.,
'airy," Russia wrapped
in a last-minute out.
'and bulldozers in an
ng, graceful American.
,
the heavy exhibits for t.
own, open to the pub..f''
,by sheer pass the.
te4million :visitors ex.,
o decide.
officials of the 47
nations.
ant day ,of festivity
he inauguration- of the l
,ernational exposition
famous" trylon.n n d
e" lair in New YOrk
030. '
lanes, wrote the, lettri
le skies As' King, Rau-,
died a fliune which will
the exposition loses

7,0.-' 'fie rebels sweie- 'Linea aid holed up in the suburbare offices it reached at this tline last,year. loVVIIEJ iss 1 I eestv, we :
1 141severar wounded in a clash of thet American-owned Bauer , '. ,""-Ir- ''.'' '",4 '',; 96 I a g ; If
; near Niquero, ; and lieverar and Black Compan5r. l' : : h. ..,A.. ,.. ,.
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:more were', wounded1 in a Havana newspaperS printed issouri bangster IY, ,- ,.
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1 I ' skirmish at La Luz , a numbee of obituary notices I . - , , 1
', '' 1 --v..-- mentioning young men who', '' i '' V PARIS April 17 :(1.11))france ',-, .. 1 '', ',:: : :: ,' . :
, '"' 1 ( 'I "passed away" for unspecified L 1 k Clon' En' was stilt so stunned and groggy ''' ; ", ' ': 1 N : (NBA Telephoto)
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,1 : '''' w iocal Contractors reasons presumably in the from the:. body blpw,.of its brand URGES ',. TAX' CUT -4- Former President Harry S. Truman
, new gestures as he appears before the House Banking Committee
.op-up' raids that followed (-) :; : II ; .-,,t new political crisis mat no:
last Wednesday s flurry of reb.
' :'...' ,$Libm' ii low' Bids : -, ', , In Cuban Rev'olt, light , ,
, ., v olence. ) :, ,, .. government appeared anywhere in in Washington. Mr, Truman urged Congress to give a five-
' '' ': ' billion-dollar anti-recession tax cut to middle and low income
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-.,"' 70n CZ Paint Jobs ,, .,,
, ,, ,. ,, 8T. LOUIS, April 17.(1114Xuen. morning talked ot the possibility, by:: eliminating: "Inequitable tax benefits :to pdvileged groups,"
I ' 1 '' ' ll' 1 ' Chileans Differing
',; ,Ns Pacific' Con-actors 'Ina. and ,: netb Berresheim, 0, St. ui
-, -: derworld figure, was reportel t11,14;
' have been slain while running guns tr t I
of a-right wing coalition group 1, L' :: , ,..,',.. : , :, '.: .. 2 :, ,, .:
ebing given the first invitation'to : 1 , t 1, ir le : :
1, -ervicio Brouwer two loal pairtt ; ' i ' y o orm a new cabinet .. ,: :, : ,, , ,
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' eon r 5 to Cuban rebels; according. !,o pa.
ac or ma e ow s, a , :
On IlbyPreident This :follows traditional French ik ,,
lice, - :" ,. paruamenter30 logic, since it 'was
e,-. Grdgingly ,Signs- $5.5 Billiott
, tg $11,857 on several projects : ,, : , ,
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eluded in the Panami Canal's 17 the rightists in the National :As.. ,, ,,, ,, , ,. . ,
Berresheim's disappearance from
k ' gunplemental fourth quarter oodi
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' paint work. Bids were onened t. .
255 vote defeat of Premier Petit ., ,, , ,.
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Highway Laws Aids': Billbord'; Ctirb.
yesterday afternoon, at 'Balboa : resheim in Havana, Cubt, wMle
l' : Heights ,- ,:i SATIAGO:: Chili,' Airli 12 ter debate over his Tunisian pch. o
- kr The Pacific 'Contractors were (UP)Chilese officials split shar; 1.11,. Y v, t?' zmuggling glin3 '''' and 11-,, '' '.- ' :, 1 L ' -, I
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f g'"1"46 15 11.11(1' 1155 giningness ch.e.iirm" arit'7'-o'f".n.t, ilte7-'7ubc'ommittee ently approached her for, the pur.f,
' ' '' Ili '' Ill N ' '''' 2 The ,Chilein Prtsident'sown ex.' Vocaten a "iood stamp"' tan that .:' 1 ', ''. , a highway system end the network .0 coop raie with tue emocrats
which drafted the legislation, said, pose of ,engaging in ,sexual,, activ..:
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, - planation, calied to President Et. would add 52.09 Per wee :to the .." WASHINGTON (UP) -4,1ge, rrht. of printery secondary and urban in 'Congress." Symington ,told the
,' senhower, W86' that he thought it food budget of 10- million unem. the Federal Reserve Board, called roads. ,,S p o' O a 0 r s estimated it S,enate administration cofficials
, the 1789 act was Intended -"te be ity "In every room In the house
me,rely alionseke, epingl, law and hut the : bedroo, in, 4.' Heilligstld -,the
, best to stay home to dee' ,. with ploYed or needy AMericane: :,,, ,, er S.'. Eccles, former chairman of would, 'create. trap 90,000 to' 500,-. either '' should, aceept 'the Demo.
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"national problems which have The' plan would cost taxpayers today, tor .a. "prompt" tax euCot, 000,,,new Joh!. ,.,,,,ll ,, , ., ;
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, , , the past few :weeks." about one billion dollars, a year,. 6 to ,7 billion dollars to bolster p',-,.. ; ', ",,,, ', -, - WI .4,' Ent, ',hie said tt .. has been ,,,", ,',',,,,-,- ,. .; , ... ,,, .. y,
' '' ' s ' The:Cable published by the For- Antos), estimated., A House agrt.. the -economy and frestall.'"more ', The 'president's signature also own.", ....,. ,. .. ,,, ,,,' ... ., twisted to mean that it au. ,, Trauth who Is eounterAuing hi I
thorizes the' withholdWg of "pure. Wife 'on 'abandondient charges, for .,
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eign ice last night, said sped. culture Subcommittee ,under- his drastic"... anti .,. recession action put into,, the law books tor Albert A glut Said', Eisenhower's ly administrative,' non.security in. leaving :, him last year,- denied ,
' ''' eather Or Not neatly that" Duties wants to keep direction today openecti a two.day later oii..,1 .. ,i, -. . ..., -, ', first time a federal program 'aim.
,T.he eto of the rivers- and harbors formation." ; ,, .-. , ,,, making excessive "geX111; de.,
. an eye on the Canipaign for ''' the hearing on food stamp' proposals. '',Eceles fOldthi.Senata Finance ed at -regulating' billboards.
Dni might blekfire against such ', Moss Said this 'wasn't the In. mends. ,,-, s. .- ' .' 44
' l',- .; ' :' '' presidenthirelection Sept:, CO"' House'members who hope these Committee there is "small liken. new ,law offers special 'cash: tn..
programs as, the foreign trade tent of Congress, Where. Congress A ..,:,-,', '. si '''...'-'. :',A .;'.
, e 4 , -' f '' Seaton's proposal for revival of Plans vitt h.8.1PI,Cut.farM'PFP11180,1 bood Of .: an improvement, in ,the centives to the.states for-,,regus.,
bill, on which:the President needs has determined that information, 'A,'- "She deManded that we'. limit
' ., 4 'This weather report tor the 24 the to.eent copper duty Wag. in. while feeding recessions struck econo.ny .4,thiii ,,, year" 14. without lating ; signs aion, g new ,esPre s hep.11e said the President) at. should ''' be ', kept seeret,- 4 it haa sex to: such'an 'extent that it Wag
. hours ending- 8 tin.' today, is tended to protect U.S. producers lamilieS have Introduced. a ,,total "Prompt,' and appropriate action highways.' 0 ,.6 ..
ti. tude made it dkfieult to pro. passed ''. specific,: law's,' he' said...-eirtoollv not of he picture," he '
A ,,' prepared by the Meteorological I, a market in which ,the ,' world of 20 food stamP bills.. ,,, t , on the port ,of the government." The Chief Execntive objected vide 1"ponpartien support." .. ,, foi example, laws-to permit with. testified. 40She rejected .. amorous :
; and Hydrographie Branch of the copper price has fallen below the The ,Brooklyn, N.Y.,. lawmaker He said an increase in the' size strongly-to a' provision reqiiiring ,, , , , .., ., .,,.
' '' .,, panami Canal Company: "peril point" of 24 cents a pound., -only big.city spokesman -01' the of the -national :debt' that. would the federal government for' one holding income tav returns. milt- 'advances "even when sex was not ',--
' -., ,, ,,, Balboa Cristbal Heuse '', Agriculture ,1, Committee-- result from a ,tax. cut would ,,,be year to put up two-thirds' of the f te i
C. - Of L n - tart secrets and FBI reports. involved,1"..- , ,, ',....',,
va t ivig ''' --:' The bill !Was -backed ; by the ',, , ''',''', i; ,' ",
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,1 t TEMPERATURE: '', i of Alabama Gov4 Jamee E. Fol. economic. recovery.", "i -,.,, program' for ..prunary, secondary n
Lecture On fcirt ' n' P I US i '' K -, American Newspaper, Publishers Trautli Said 'he and itis 'wife. .'.
, Assa,4 the American -Soctety of argued because she wanted to go ;
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' i .. .141111h i SS 6 0 98 ', .85 - , ,, --- ,,'-,- som (D). -- -,-, ''''''' ' ''' ' '' -: ''', ; 7 ''', ''' 11 7' ':,-''' ' ''' : ;- and urban roads. The states for, I!, ,,, -, , S-,
- ''''' '14)w A 73 ' 4 "' San Lorenzo d' 4' Falsom, ".. In.' 'a ; statentent sent The Salt, Lake City. banker- said nierly paid halt', ', ",- , NeWspaner Editors,' the American out four or five times a week; t
, -, : s here, to be included in 'the hear. lie, 4t strongly" favors tax cuts v. LEisenhower said some :tato e r rt
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:.. Civil Liberties Utuon,- the ,'Amli- mostly to -something called ;the -,
HUMIDITY: , ,. 4,- ,,,.. 4 :i ;, on BerAssn ,.and' other, groups'. Mothers' Club. :, : ,'',..., I ,'-',.- lir,
', t mg b record, Said elperience 'in er publie ,werks spending ,becausi might insist' on such an arrange- ',. - !-,cr , , 4 . ,, .. i -,
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C' mbres Ala aMa' "indicates the f o o d the latter is "too slow to produce ment tin-' the. future.' But if.they, ,NEW YORK. UP) The cost 4 A i -- ,,,----- - --- -, '' A
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distrihnting'surplug foods than di. ter "waste' and inefficieney."- ptesident also opposed a provi. March; ", the National Industrial , $,
' WIND: ' ' Of the PanamanianInstitute of rect distribution ' 'Cuts in income ''corporation and PRICES. 75 s 40 .' .1
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, , ,,(max. mph) NY-20 NE-16 Hispanic Culture,,' ,will give' a 0 pIrp, oo gel s odm t oa d, doende; Ito foWtehveerk, ehye, ', swele' s. I
' '. RAIN (inches) 0 0 thteinsgaitdh,e hpaevott 0 '' X ri" :c"' : .'' ' X ; ' ' . The increase', reflected ( higher (if, I 11 ' T ..
. ,-, 0 .. , , ,,. lecture on' histeriqat facts relat,- et hxec I sited v( as an' teasg)e t a fx,e184 L
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.' .. (Inner harbors) 80 , 84 The lecture, ,sponsored bY-La This is a requirement that fedi. stead of the governMent's doing tenon i prices and ? the first Ale, i ,.. ', 1:00, 2:40, 4:30, 6:40, 1:00 pan. -,
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. , Cumbres Civic COIMM1,,'Will be ilies &Pled by the program must it for them." ,,,,' 5 ,, k c Arrested 'Following
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. FRIDAY, APRIL 18 ,, held at St. .Joseph's Seminary, buy about ls worthA of food While critielzhtg both business r ''''''' -' I 4 v ; -, c months., '''.- ' ,11
. ,., High '. , Low Las Cumbres at ,7:30 p.m. On stamps' tor cash be'bre getting S2 and. government for helping bring Funeral itiOt'S .,.' ,' -The board said 'its March' ost ,,4!
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' l. '. 3:27 am. 9:37 a.m.' Saturday., All pers,ons interested Ili free stamps.' All $7 worth of on the present economic situation, -,-.:.,",, ', ',,.. ,1,' ,, -, ,. ', ,..;' ',', ,, of living index stood 'at 106.8 'per
3:311 p.m. 9:59 p.m. are invited to littenti., ,, stamea eouli be used 'IA "cash"' Eccles said the "mator, responsi- WARSAW AUPl' -'..., alie news- cent of average ,priees in ;1953.
10111r,,:- 1141143,1(111,1$ '1,11141.11 1.11111!T4Ple MA
' r '' ,f',. 's.,,,'i 1.. !, ,,', I lit neighborhood groceries r cooper bility rests ,squarely on the should- paper Glos PracY Wednesday re- This -,' represents a shght gam of I
, ating hi tbe, P r e g r a, m, si Anfusoi ers ", of the, leaders of organized ported -,tbat four Roman Catholic o.2 per cent over February and li
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, ,,, ,, : ,, ti : svas ',designed to' make suro,that power to ',"force 'up wages" and ,mg a riot during the funeral' of a Over ,the month food tests rose
' .''. 1,. Si , nalmo"1111110111111amlimull'a ,, , 40 Ai ,,, the free stamps result hi boosting acMeve ,,,fi'costly fringe benefits member 'of the Jehovah's ,Witnea ,09 per-cent and sundries eihnbed 1 1
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.. - i Paramount presents-,..,:.',;,',.',:-....'' '' '., and are lung the seven. out of tax. cut should, apply to, the- first alleged ringleaders arrested, ac., reflect' the damage to fruit and
' '"' HENRY, ::rANTHONY'. '4 : ten' women in Britain'who' havel$2,000 of individual ,texable' in. cording to the' liewspaper. ,. vegetable crops caused by the un- ,
-, good enough' legs, then you' must come to bave the most "benefi. ,- Poryte ,is near Bialystok about usually cold, weather of several .--4 i ',',, with lite' desert tots" who ,,
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