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

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

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These flights, he said, "repre
gent a very dangerous game with,

A Colombian night,club
who became disorderly and abu.
sive In Cristobal Police 4tatiot
paid a, $25 fine yesterday for dia.
orderly ,conduct, plus another $23
for, the in-raction on which she
was. hauled in. w
Gloria Zamora, 23, a hostess
in the, Florida cabaret, in COIOnt,
Wit first arrested for trespassing
in the Cristobal' commissary, ,,
Upon arrival at'the police sta.
tion she began to act up and use
profane language. Then the dis.
order.), conduct charge was filed.
In Cristobal Magistratets-Court
she pleaded guilty to both charg charges,
es, charges, SOid ber fines and deputed.

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" TRAFFIC CHIEF Maj. Atistides
Hassan yesteraay complained that
' venicie owners are not respond responding
ing responding to announcement tut mecni mecnimeal
meal mecnimeal vemcie inspections are- be,
ing conaucted nail" Dy tne Na National
tional National Guard., '
' Hassan urged all motorists to
:1 have their vehicles inspected
now in order.to avoid tm iast
, minute rusn and to have time
, to repair mechanical defects
that may be discovered' by tne
-- mechanical device new Ming
: used to inspect vehicles.
home surces are of the pi pi.
. pi. WWI that the 75-cent) fee being
, charge. tor each first inspection
may be keeping some vehicle
," owners away. A lee .of 50 cents
is- charged for each additional
, spection if mechanical defects are
: found in previous ones.

The 'hoard of directors or the
2 Social Security. Bank Wednesday
. publicly regretted the recent res res,
, res, ignation of Dr. Gilberto A r I a's
, from the, post of Finance Minis Minis,4
,4 Minis,4 Arias resigned last month after
disagreeing with President Ernes.
' to, de la Guardia Jr. over an is is'
' is' : sue involving freedom of, the
i press.- 1, .,, ,,,
, The' Social Security boa r d,
'. ; headed by Aries' successor, pre'.
i- ent Finance Minister Fernando
,' Siete, praised Arias for his. ac.,k
5 complishments during the shod
' time he was in office And for
1 his conduct as president of the'
board. ''' '
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- A i di t
'.Press reports' to ay n ea e
thitt Max Abdo' Cohen, St, Amer Amer:
: Amer: lean, yesterday was foiled in his
effotts to kidnap his Invti
by',, taking him to the United
States without conL
- sent, ,!
- Tecurnen airport was the
scene of a tussle iletweava
ham and his wife$ Graciela
reri she arrived
at tho airport lust before
heti was te board piano for'
Miami along vrith their f r.t
monthold son.
'
a A policeman wbo intervened as
r the man his, wife tugged back
andlorth was said to have been
bopped by Cohen. The policeman
finally 'arrested Cohen and gave
the baby back- to its mother.'
Cohen reportedly spent last
Ilight in A jail.

Ex-Ouzirry Heights' ;
,
, SI:4.41114
11-li For Burghry."
A former shoe-shine boy
',the Quarry Heights barber shop
has been bound over for trial on
a charge of burglarizing the,
Post Exchange therelf .1
' Last 'Sunday afternon, Milita Military
ry Military P011(113 noticed that a screen
had been cut, apparently, to gain
entrace to the PM After -fir st
, surrounding the building, they
tered and found Louis Albert Pe Pe.1
.1 Pe.1 rea, 20, Panamanian, who bad aL
:11readp collectelt a considerkble a a,
, a, aloud of merchandise ..and,
ed it In bags. 1
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'Law enforcement offiCials specu speculated
lated speculated he was waiting for darkness
.1 to make his getawaY,
Perea wilt fired from 'his PX PX:barbershop
:barbershop PX:barbershop job some weeks a' go
after he was caught pilfering on
' the post of Quarry Heights.
: Ile has been convicted in Sal Salboa
boa Salboa Magistrate's court previously
of two petit larcenies
,41 The charge on which will
te tried in U. S. District 'court
'is that on entering the PX
ing last, Sunday, afternoon with
the intent to commit larceny.
(Bail of $1,000 was fixed but
not posted. ,
, Semor;,'

.' Dies. Before,' Son. -:..
t Reaches Bedside'. :
, 'Wnilain,G. Are7, Jr., Panama
' I Canal infOrmation 'officer, waS
. : called to the States last night
,. because of the sudden illness of
:-. his father in Shelby, N.C. : '
! !! News that Mr. Arey, Sr., died
'. 'last night before the arrival of
',' his son from the Canal Zone was
4 received here today.'. A proml proml'..
'.. proml'.. rent businessman in! Shelby for
: ; many- years, Mr., Arey -was
' !wel, known throughout his-home
' 1 In addition !to his son here.
,!, Ise is tsurvived bY hi wife, two
;other sons, who yeside in' North
. Carolina,$ and a daughter, Mrs.
'! Sib $ Dorton, Jr., of Charlotte.
l''' Mrs.' Dorton has many friends
i on, the Isthmus, having lived
' bere for some.. time before her
niarr g ,
Funeral services for Mr: -Arey
' are to be held Saturday !in
Shelby.',,---:"' , ,-., ,
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,A gas station'attendant at Margarita iteceived pain painful
ful painful burns yesterday afternoon as a result of his buddy's
:apparent unfanliliarity- wit,h the workings of an English
Ford s 4
:,Mrs..Arline Susan Stark, 22; drove up in ter
sadan.. and asked that it be given, an Oil check.
Attendant Ceorge'' Warren,' 29, PanamanHan,ifirst
poured a 'quart of 'oil ,down the-4, carburstOr intake. pip's.
instead of the- oll7filler. pOlice report of the:fire
indicated that the pipes are similar, and both are located
'on the same'sida of the'engine. )

SOCIti Pecame apparent that something was, wrong!-
,

- Warren's fellow' attendant, Roy
McFarlane, 29, Panamanian, then
!itteppted to dilute the oil by pour
mg gasoline down the intake.
He next asked.Mrs. Stark to start
the engine. It sputtered and atop-I
So poured in more gaaolinel
and told her to start the entme a.,11
gain. , ,'
, Whin she did there was at flash
.which bOrned McFarlane and ig-
riited his clothing. r
' Warren 'stripped off McFailane's
shirt, and J.0 W. ill. Hall put Mc McFarlane
Farlane McFarlane under ,a water faucet, to
extinguish the -.Ramis. ,
Meanwhile, a Canal Zone
man, who happened to be sp.
proaihing lit a patrol' car, had
seen the flash. He rushed up with
the small extinguisher from the
car and put out the fire: s
The officer took the burned man
'first to Margarita for first aid and

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IL Addiesies-,-
,
Schol2rship Miry
01,Plii The la
'Co Hugh rno u an
A' Id
governor of the Canal Zone, Vas
the featured guest speaker 11 the
annual "Scholarship Dinner" of
the PhLTheta Eappa fraternity of
the Canal Zone Junior College last
Wednesday 'evening in the Fern
Room of tbe Tivoli Guest House.
Arnold's addresa concerned, the
present plans for the increase of
the facilities of the Panama Canal
to proyide for the needs of the next
generation in ocean traffic,''
; Miss Margaret ttancook, presi president
dent president of the local chapter of the
honorary' scholastie fraternity;
which corresponds in junior col colleges
leges colleges to Phi Beta Kappa in foijr--
year colleges of the S., was
toastmistress for the OCCIISIOIL
Miss Gayle Hasemann, Vice-president,
was the committee in charge
of arrabgements, with Wayne G.
Brown, treasurer, having provided
the plate cards..,4,,,
In addition to the address by Ar Arnold,
nold, Arnold, the affair was also a "send
off"- for the sponsor of the local
chapter,: Silbert Turbyfill, of the
faculty of the local college, who
left Wednesday night, for the na national
tional national cobvention in North Caroli Carolina
na Carolina at which he is to deliver the'
keynote address.
, Others attending tie'dinner
were Supt. and, Mrs. S. E. Esser,
Dean, and Mrs. Roger C. Hacit,
Mrs, Subert Missess Re Rechel
chel Rechel Barr, Nancy, Bryant, Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Elich,' Maria Girard, Carolyn
Hall, Mary Libert, Beth Little,, Pa
tricia Peck, Anita Schneider, and,
Carmen Smith- and Messers Os Osmond
mond Osmond Call, Roberto Chan, and Lee
F, Greene,
GOVERNOR OUTVOTED
DES MOINES; !ewe (IP)---The
chemise fashion won an,.
proval among residents of the gov governor's
ernor's governor's mansion, Gov. Herschel C.
Loveless; who cast the lone dis dissenting
senting dissenting vote, said the others came
from his wife, and their teen-age
daughter, Sandy. Loveless said he
told them he agreed with' the de description
scription description ,of the chemise as a
"sack" 'and asked them not to
wear it in his presence. "How "However,
ever, "However, I've found from my experi experience
ence experience that my judgment doesn't
always coincide with what hap.
pens around the house," he laid.

Canal 'resident who At a v a
been 'sweating its out during the
past. few Weeks, could hardly
complain, about the -weather
last 'night when the therm.
,meter at Balboa Heights .drop,
'ped to 72' degrees 'or it varia variation
tion variation of 23 degrees from, t h
daytinie, high of 9S, ''
' At Madden am,- weather re reports
ports reports showed a low oi MI
rites Thursday night, vs h I h
wis the coolest it had been
linCe last part of Februa.
Despite the' blob temperatures
during the day,, the head hain't
been too noticeable because of
the humiXty which ,' h a
'been averaging about 45 per
cent during the day on the Pa.,
cific side,

then to Coco Solo clHospital where
be Aims admitted but not put on
the seriously ill list
McFarlane ts listed 'as having
second and third-degree, hums ,on
both sides of his neck, plus second-degree
burns on the left side
of his face, right shbulder and arm
pit and right hand.,"
There was no damage either to
the gas station or the English Ford

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,, Army' search '',parties, have
found no' trace of three missing
soldiers reported to beliving on
Taboguilla Island,' ,USARCARIB
source said today. I? response to
a.question. 'r.
v. 1
Army authoritlii'made thor'
ough search of the:Island APrill
9, and. again during Vie s-daysl
from April .12 to' 1,4 inclusive,. 1,
; The. searchet lwere ; made in'
response ,, tit !unconfifmect,:;4re-,.1Thrbe
'Ave been Missing
;since Dec. $0 when ,they embark,.
'ed at Ft..,1Cobbe' ai 'small -nilbest
for, Tabc,,za 131arld, );;--.44
Thd,: three- are-Br TelTr-A7
Bullis, 21,'Pfe,',Terry Cole,19,
And Pvt.-Walter'W, 'Beck, 23 ,A
A three-day- air,set ,Search of
Panama' Bay was made by ,coM ,coMponents
ponents ,coMponents 'of the'Armyi Navy and
Air -Force, when; the' nen...were
found to' be missing. The, search
was halted when. every :reason,-.
able 7possibility,,,, was,' ;exhausted
without trace.,-v;;.,),
Four days later' the, 'Artny'iss
notified that:the ,men's 'sailboat
had beeniwashed'up,nn a rocky
beach near Punta,Mala;,,but in,
vestigators' found,,,,no trace

Today. two Spanish-language
tabloids carried reports, that
ranamanian fishermen a d
seen and talked with' at (least
two men 'who seemed to be Ao
mericans and seemed to be livw
ing on' Taboguillk One was re reportedly
portedly reportedly very fat.
, The fishermen said the stran strangers
gers strangers uked for fish' and, were
given some according to reports
reaching the tabloids.

,
A ", bright-looking young bur burglar,
glar, burglar, already, 'on probation I or
one job" was ;found guilty in
U.S."Distrit Court today of bur burglarizing
glarizing burglarizing two Balboa homes.
Manuel Cedefio Vg 29, Panama.,
Man, received a- one-year- sen sentence
tence sentence on each charge,- the terms
to run consecutively. llis proba probation
tion probation on the earlier burglary wis
revoked and he was ordered --, to
serve also, the two-year term for
which hp WAS on probation,
, Though caught with the goods,'
and though he had admitted -the
crime Cede& refused to plead
guilty in today's trials. "-
Lisle Gorham of Hoidn
Street told tho:court how ho
and Mrs. Gorham were meek.,
'mod after -midnight on, th.
morning of Marh 22 to find'
CZ policomen Goorge Marehock,
at the door to inform t h o,m
thoir homo bad boon lourgleriz

Marchuck told how he had

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Amencan
Beats Reckless
Operating,.Count
Marvin Kenneth 'Whittington; 43,
American, was acquitted of reck reckless
less reckless driving late pesterday; after
he presented a signed statement
by a passenger, Lill BerazN Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, stating taht she
grabbed the wheel of his car
and caused an acOdent On
Thatcher Highway. :
Whittington's tar want' off th'e
road and into a shallow ditch at
8 a.m. Monday
Nobody:was injured hi the acci accident.
dent. accident. , ,
Whittington's case was heard
in Balboa Magistrate's Court,

The insatilation of the experimental lighting system in
Gaillard Cut has been completed and brief test of the effeci.
tiveness was made Wednesday night lor 'the inspection of'
sinall group of marine and engineering 'official; of the Panama
Canal Company. ,
The new lights were turned on for a short time tarty Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night while Capt. W: S. Rodimon, Marine Director, made
a transit of that section of the Cut aboard a tanker.
, Another group, headed by Lt.' Col. Robert' D. Brown,
made a trip through' the Cut aboard a launch. Others on the
launch were Capt. Anthony C. Roessler, Balboa port captain; J.
M., Cooke, designing engineer; and Fency, chief of the
Contract and Inspection Division.

It s planned to lluminate the
Cut for several nights to test the
effectiveness of the new lighting
system and to obtain a concezsus
from Canal, Rita& '' ,
'The experimental lighting sys system
tem system was installed under contract
by L. It. Sommer. who also has a
Canal contract to, install' an ex experimental
perimental experimental lighting system of the
same general design at Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Lockk f-,,
- .f
This equipment was received on
the Isthmus this' week and the
contractor will begin its install&
tion imniediately .?:,
The Installation wf lights along
Gaillird Cut :and at the Lecks
is ono of the means planned te
Memos, the opacity of the Can.
al by providing for tefee tefee'
' tefee' gation of the waterway, it night,'
,The systemin Gaillard Cut cov covers
ers covers a linear distance of'3400 feet.
Low intensity fluorescent lights

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PARIS, nApril WP) Foreign
Minister Christian Pineau 'sum 'sumMoned
Moned 'sumMoned U.S. Ambassador Amor Ir
Hoighton today and demanded an
explanation of reports the United
States wants France too pen direct
talks with the Algerian rebels;
The reports, citing-Mgh Amer!,
can government Sources, exploded
in large. newspaper banners while
President Rene Coty started the
third day of his search for a new
premier. ,1
Political quarter' ,via-rned the
reported maJor shift In American
policy Will become the doininant
factor in the,French political Cris Cris.
. Cris. Premier Pelix Gaillard felt l'ues
day when the National Assembly
threw out his moderate lovern.
ment in an outburst of antlAmer antlAmerlean
lean antlAmerlean feeling.

spotted 'Cedefio --owanted for an.
other crime walking along the
Las Cruces Street sidewalk in the
post-midnight lours., In one hand
he was carrying an' apple and a
plastic A bag containing what the
office,r, thought to be gold balls.
In' the .other,, Cedelio had a bur.
lap bag. r, ".: -
, eWhen filarchuck grabbed : and
questioned the be. foiled
the golf bath Were egg, .e old
eggs front soinebody's bo.x
Asked hwere he got 'them, Cede:
tio,, led the 'cop to the ,t Gorham
, home.
There, a 'acreei was found cut,
three glass louvers removed and
the. car ;keys gone (they '' were
found in Ceder-10'i pocket.) e e
cream milk; Agitter arid other
food' ,were ,Outo f the ; refrigera refrigerator4,',
tor4,', refrigerator4,',
A pair of livlifbilefiging 'to 'the
Gerham's son was alsO, fteovered.
In' tho second 'Cass; Dedotto
lites found guilti if burglarls-:
ing Quarters ISSILA; Otero niiss.,
, ing articles' ',Included irven
men's shirts: end hvo' Oaira 'of
froOsors. 4
Psome of the otelen property was
recovered, -., :

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,MOS6OW,:Apill IS (11P$ For.
rner So Viet elense Minister Geor Georg'
g' Georg' Zhukov has been retired and
now has Ao military ;duties it
was reveled today.' 1'
A lecturer at the Polytechnical
Museum in Moscow disclosed that
Zhukov "has been retired and
has no military duties any more."
- Zhukov-was ousted-so defense
minister last October. Since then,
occupationrhas been a ..mys ..mysten."'
ten."' ..mysten."' I N

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have been mounted on standards
approximately 35 feek apart on the
outside curve of the channel and
400 feet apart on the opposite bank
and tangents.
The section of the channel which
has been lighted is between Cule
bra and Zmpire reaches. -, 1

Second In Series
01 Bicycle-lately
Classes Schedule(

,
The se6ond in the series Of high highly
ly highly successful bicycle Paiety east,
es 'now being conducted -in the
Canal Zone by the Canal Zone Po Police,
lice, Police, is ',scheduled for tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock at the Diablo
Service Center parking lot.-
Sgt, W. H. Alves, of the Balboa
District,' who is conducting the
classes has asked that boys and
girls whO plan ',to attend,. bring
their liaMell and post office bp x
numbers,,,on 'a shpo t papet.
diploma will be mailed .2,aoter,,,to,
eactr, participant' who passer' the
tests
Considerable time was lOst last
week, ite said, when the children
participatingt in the classes failed
t4, comply with this request. Bar.
ents have been requested to ,, as assist
sist assist their children in making out
these address slips.
More than 80 children attended
the first safety class held last gat,
urday morning at the training cen center
ter center on Cotozo, Street and a large
number are expected to attend the
other 'classes scheduled for h
month.
Classes for the residents of Los
Rios will be held Saturday, April
26, and a class will be held in Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa on Saturday, May 3.
- Safety classes will be, held on
the Atlantic side each Saturday be beginning
ginning beginning this week under the direc direction
tion direction of Sgt; William E, Hughes of
the Cristobal Division. The, first
class will be held in Margarita;
the second, April 26 in Gatunl and
the third, May 3 in Coco Solo.

Keittlickir-Goirerrior
,
Guthrie F.; (roviet
, t
,
Nebulous ,Possibihly
t

Confirming today that friends In1
Kentucky have sounded hint out a.
bout running for Governor of the
State,, JUdge Guthrie Crowe said
the political possibility k in a,
nebulous stage.
- He hail been' asked, however,I
whether hi, would be available to
go to Kentucky and make a camp campaign'it
aign'it campaign'it he 'were nominated on the
Democratic ticket for ,the office.,
',The judge' of the U.S.-District
Court inAncoit has looked into the
provisions of the Hatch Act, and
its interpretations, and found that
it would not be illegal for him to
run for a State office while hold holding
ing holding a Federal appointment; ;
, Since he has accumulated a com
siderable amount of annual leave
here, it might be 'possible, be Said
for him to use enough of this to
be in Kentuik3rprior to the elec.
which iet for May of next year.
Crowestressed however, that the
idea of his being,nominated on the
Democratic ticket and makin a
bid for theoffice is wholly tenta
,
7,e'is going to Kentucky soon,
and will discuss it then.
First Crowe going to Atlanta
to attend the annual conference of
District Judges convening the first
three days in May.

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gbur Pni
AaesSiWrih'' 'Nnitdoe.trH.1;isrurusv'eeA"t'P.?ridaal YiR
charge that U.S.-H-b omber
flights are provocative and en endanger
danger endanger world peace,
The charge was made by So Soviet
viet Soviet foreign minister Andrei
Gromyko; 4 -- ",
' In reply. ,White House press
secretary james C. Hagerty told
reporters simply:
, dimr. Oromyko's statementa
ari not true and there will be
a statement shortly 'on this
' from the State Department."
Assistant defense secretary
Murray Snyier said earlier that
the facts do hot Justify Russia's
protest against the U.S. Strath.
giv Air Command's alert system.
' Snyder said the system ,was
"accurately and correctly', de described
scribed described bv,Frank H., Bartholo Bartholomew
mew Bartholomew of the United tress in a
dispatch April 7. The disPatch
was cleared with -the 'Defense
Department, Snyder said.
Oromyko cited Bartholomew's
dispatch -as the basi lor his
protest,' -0' t'
, Snyder any news storv
on which such a protest is based
was not based on our briefing as
given to Bartholomew and as
reported by him?' ''-
; It was ,learned that tie 'Air
Forte, is' preparing a formal
reply in which it is expected
s to say 'that SAO's rfall.eate"
' system ettarantees stainkt as asmidentallylriggerincta
midentallylriggerincta asmidentallylriggerincta nualear
Officials,pointed,' out Allat--no
SAC bomber ettn' Continued tee,
vita 'HI target Aurtitstlt tecelves
iliemitivi--go-uhmt order after'
there has been time to re-study
the radar sightingt and pthor
information which, touched, off
the original alerL,,
Failure to receive such a go goahead
ahead goahead requires the bomber pilet
to return his plane to base.
Earliero -the Pentagon had
denied what it called "garbled
and distorted" 'versions of Bar.
tholomew's dispatch, Publish Published
ed Published abroad. In these 'retort
, SAC bombers were said to con.
tinue toward their targets un-H
' less they received prders to re-,
turn home.
Officials took theposition that
Russia' has forced the United
States for defensive purposes
into the H-bomb alert flights by
failing rto negotiate a cheat cheatproof
proof cheatproof disarmament,' system in including
cluding including safeguards- against.mas.
sive surprise attacks.
' Until the Soviet 'Union agrees
to' such a system, sources said,
the United States haS little alt alternative
ernative alternative except to protect itself
by remaining on the alert to re.
taliate instantly in case of a
susrprise attack, :'

,
Dry,' Season 'Tours
,
01 Gardens
Erid' next ,Salurday
The dry season tours of Sumna
Part, which have been held since
the first part of Jantiary unclar the
auspites of the grounds mainten.
ance branch, will ba concluded at
the end ol this month.
; annual dry season feature,
the tours have been conducted
each Saturday morning by Walter
R. Lindsay, agronomist, who is an
authority on the various types --of
tropical plants and trees cultivat cultivated
ed cultivated in the former eiperimentlar eiperimentlarden.
den. eiperimentlarden. 14 1.
The list two touts of this sea season
son season will be held this Saturday and
neXt Saturday, April 26,' weather
permitting, it was announced.
Most of the flowering trees and
bushes which bloom' at this time
ot the year are at their best and
several of the fruit trees are bear bear'
' bear' Visitors have been. asked to meet
at the Summit Garden office' at 9
cm, Saturday for the tour. The
trip will take approximately two
hours during which time the visi visitors
tors visitors will be shown the jungle walks
the lily pond and other points of
interest.. A lecturcwill. be given
bir. Lindsay on the history, origin,
and use of :the various plants.

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MOSCOW,'April 18 (UP) Russia announced today
it is,,Making an'immediate!! appeal t the, Unitid .No!
tions:SeCiirity Couicil to stoP American',1-1-bombei flights.
sctid thesi flights threaten world Peace becipie the
Soviet Union.,would have to take Instant' measureef:for
its own protiction if Such flights,"approachn RUssia's bard:
ers. ' '
Soviet.' foreign ministert'Andrei Gromyko personally,
.
cinnounced !he U.N. protest at a Moscow, press contlr
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in introcincing his statemenri uromyko teferred to a t:
report Which described Strategic Air Command Procedure,
in dealing with suspected radar tariet's
','Thre dispatch', datelined Offutt Air Force Base Nob
control cintar Of...the Strategic Air Commard,'Was writteti
on ,APrftI .ratilf;1-1. BartholOmew, prsident, of Unite,d
Press.' ;,- :
'',':':!;,Gromyki went on to say,that,thi Soviet, government'
had learned of U.S; flights 'over the' Arctic toward Russia

Ile said flights by ithe'ILS Stra;
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reetioiroconstiitetrplayinv direetioiroconstiitetrplayinv I t h
lire-mos--giirsur-tot,doogorouS to
tolerate," 4
Oromyko said, Russia's represen representative
tative representative to the ,Seeurit .Counell was

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SOUTH BEND, Ind.' (UP),The
Notre Dame University a w
School sets out' today to correct
what its dean says are "honestly
mistaken" views about the U,S
Supreme Court.
The occasion is s'ymposium
"The ,Role of the Supreme Court
in the American Constitutional
System," But the 'message is ob obviously
viously obviously aimed at Congress.
The aim of the meeting is to lay
the philosophical groundwork for
opposition to' a Senate bill which
would put new limitations on the
high court. 1
Four constitutional experts will
take full day outline their
eases against the proposals of offered
fered offered by Sen. William E. Jenner
'
Their discussions will tenter on,
the current controversy stemming
from the court's 1954 school segre segregation
gation segregation rulings, last year's dect dectsions'
sions' dectsions' on the administration's loy loyalty
alty loyalty program and FBI activities,
and on the prerogatives of con.
gresSional investigating commit commit,
, commit, Presiding will be' David Max.
well, Philadelphia, immediate past
president of the American Bar ,As ,Association,
sociation, ,Association, The house of, delegates
of the ABA, which, makes policy
for the, lawyers' gyoup, has gone
on record as opOosed to the glea gleaner
ner gleaner 1,0P-A40' o 4-4 y,
Also, participating will be Dean
Eugene V. Rostow of the Yale
Law School,' Prot Robert A, Lef Lefler
ler Lefler of the University of, Arkansas
School of Law, Prof., Sheldon E.
Elliott of New York University
School of LIM', and Carl McGow McGowan,
an, McGowan, general counsel of the Chicago
and North Western Railroad.
, The Jenner g bill would, remove
jurisdiction of the high' court to
review tams in five fields They
include, the functions of congres congressional
sional congressional committees and contempt
of ,Congress cases, dismissal of
government employes in security
cases, school board inv,estleations
involving subversive activities
among teachers, state laws re regarding
garding regarding internal security or soh
version, and cases involving ad admission
mission admission to the bar.

tem, an's Allegations Get Silent Tiiatment
From 3 United States Government Agencies.,

Three replieli of "no comment" were' received today to questin put to. U.S.' govern.,
ment agencies in connection with charges maie yesterday by -Deputy- Alfredo Aleman,
',that the United States is not living' up to its treaty obligations to Panama.
Mentiall also charged that the Central Exchange-Officer for the' military, Maj.' Alvin
, E. Weber, bad been "rewarded" tor actions prejudicial to ?anametterchantsr---'
' The no-comment reactions were received from 'spokesmen for the U.S.' Embassy, the
Caribbean Command and the U.S.' Army Caribbean.
, ,

being instructed to take trOmediale
etioo..m.v presumably',,,AnOt t; the
U.N.., charter lrogisio lorls.a4.4Ja.om-,,,
Trevent.warr; ,
An facia) 4umMary fot Oro.
mykos'a atatomont aaide"mankind
haslevoral limas bairn polod on
tha.t'ados I a now war, which ,,
could hallo brokon out ouddanly
in consoquoncir of Irrosponsiblo
or Arovocativo -action' by 'the U.
S. military' command ...1404-
, -
ha poplos hav's hot r oven ',,
auspocad what dangar was hang
ing over tit world," tho summo,
ry said.

Grornyko added that the Soviet
government was "reluctant" to he- :
lieve President Eisenhower 'or hit
government would personally Sank
tion such en Air Force policy.
"The world is now being nhiCii
in a position where an atomic wet
Can break out over the heads ot
peonies in consequence t
slightest mistake by an Americas,
technician, inattention, miscalcult
tion ot a wrong conclusion by any
American ufficer," Gromyko said, ',
At the same press conference
in the foreign ministry, Gromy
ko confirMed that the Soviet,
nion has begun diplomatic es..
changes with tho Western Pow.
" Mantling i summit cow
Terence. ; It. 1,7.;
, '
Ho strossod. irewever; that 'hie
does not mean the Soviet Union
accepts Western. conditions 4ot a
Suirmit meeting.
He called for "all other' coui,
tries". to join the protest' against
"the provocative actiops of thk Am
erican air force."
-Gromyko termed these actions
a serious threat to international
peace, and said the question will
therefore be submitted to the ec
urity,Council. ,s
, , t
.giomyki) laid the Soviet' iovern iovernment
ment iovernment has learned of flights of,Am
erican bombers tarrying nuclear
weapons over 'the Arctic toward
Russia. : 1

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1 Post Exchange 1
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ry Police notice
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' i entrace to the P
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ipt' ,1readp collectect ;
q. ''i mount of merch
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1,''.' t Law entoreeme
1 -' ; ',1ated he was wal
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' 1 Perea was iv
, 1,,, :barbershop job 1
.-, : after he was ea
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--,' : Ile has been
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1 of two petit lar
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gl-.,;-- -te tried in U.
' : Is that on enterl
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'' the intent to to
- 2 1., ,' Sail of $1,000
, ,J, not posted.
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q .; Will,Arey
,t!'' Dies Befc
4, -. Reaches
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t ,. : called to the 1
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"l', '. rent businessrr
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it,i !well, known thrl
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P,''f ,,' tie Is taurvived
, ' ;other sons, wh(
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pipit .".in A jail. .:. :' ,,. .'". 'I'. ,., ,'' -
, ... w ,correspon s m Jumor co tiad-Ite-en-iiiishia ump-To" ri-,----ro-cky ,,The reports, citing-high AmerLs ter on Cotozo, Street and a large
number re p .. ., ,,,, -,,,, ..-7,,, mg 111VOr TM worm,- the Senile&
... , t le-1;ra'gesil-to.' P' hi;e'tia-Xl-apApj; 'iv;Ifuoielli.," beach near PuntkMala, -,but in- can government Sources, exploded a ex ected to attend the tinue toward their targets un.r,
sawn! BEND, Ind.' (UP)-The ,, .,., ,., ,-,, .. ., ... 4, .,
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Ex-' 00tr Heights' ';:'' year colleges of the ," U. S.,'
,,,, !, toastinistress for ''. the AC0181011. t
was vestigators found, no trace of in large, newspaper banners while other clasaes scheduled for t h i 1 1
month. ' ' 1. ess they receivms1 erdereto re.,.
the men. '' ', ,' -...., - President Rene- Coty started the , .. : .- ; turn home. Notre Dame University 1.. a w Gromyko added that the' Sovfet'',.
io-b-em-b-erti Were said to con ., .. ... ,,. .. ...,. ,, , ., . ry so id... , ., ,. ,, ,..,, .,.
i School sets. out,' today to correct government was "reluctant" to be. ' I
,. ,,,,I., ,,,,, ,.. 7:,, ':, Miss Gayle Hasemanni Vice.presi. -, Today. two Spanish-language third day, of his seareltInr n new
.-,, what its dean says are "honestly lieve President Eisenhower''or hii '
51-1-Shillq Bor.'. ,! :--4- dent, was the comenittecin charge tabloids 'tarried ,reporta that premier. ,,,,,,- '4' ? '-' .-. ',. ' '-''Ct' sies lot the residents 'of Los
h Riosa will be held Saturday April
ate se it .,, of arrangements, with Wayne G. Panamanian- fishermen '' It a d Political quarter' 'warned t e . Russia' has. forced ,, tine unite
' States ,,, for defensive purposes
- --. mistaken" ''vieWs about the U.S. government ,would personally lank A. .'
26, and a class will be held in, Gam. Officials took the'position that
inThp occasion is a s'ymposium on in a position where an atomic wai .1,,
Supreme Court. ,,, bon such an Air Force policy. ---'-' ; 1
c ' ''' , .'" ' Brown, treasurer, having provided seen and talked with' at least reported maJor shift lit American into the H-bomb alert flights bY , 1 ,,,, ,, ,, .. .. , ..
, The world is now being placa
11-li For Burgl,rt "- -,,
ii, the plate cards.,,,,,,,,;,- ,..,,q,,,,..,..., ,,,,, :, two men- 'who seemed to be ite policy will become the. doininant
se In addition to the address by Ar- mericans and seemed to be live factor in the.French political Cris- s
boa on Saturday,wi
afety classes e e gin
ift a )1; t3- b I d s
th' e American ConsUtutional peonies in -consequence it t hi ",
''The ,Role of the Supreme Court Can break out over the heads ol
System," But the 'message is ob. slightest mistake by an Americas,'
A ,, ',' i' Y .,-,, nold, the affair was also a "send ing on, Taboguille, One was' re; is. AA c '' I '.'' '', '''''' -,'', P.,,,, -,' the Atlantic side each Sa urday e.
ginning this week under the .direcf. If ;try:0 oeldi ni tsnguadr pr tis sraaoi streew is g, nusaamet rtg aedoncrt 1 c sitaa, tyse ay 1 n ss at, e tmc: h, m, e, ate, nst, :-
Viously aimed et Congress. ,,, technicianp.inattention, Miscaleula, '
A former shoe-shine boi ., lo off"- for the sponsor oe, the local portedly. very fat....- ', .... .., ,,',. ... Peefiler Pelli Gaillard felt Tiles
the Cristobal .DIvIsion it he '' Is of the meeting is to lay Uon ot a wrong conclusion by soy
the Quarry Heights barber shop chapter,: Seibert Turbyfill,' of the ,,,":, The fishermen said the stran- day when the National -Assembly tion of. Sgt; Witham E, .11-1.ughes ot ,,
has been bound vet for trial, on faculty 'of the local college, who gers uked for 'fish' and were threw out his.' moderate lovern.
argar a:
a charge of burglarizing the left Wednesday night for the na. given some' according to reports ment'in an outburst of anti-Amer. class 'will be h. d
al26 lin G d the United States pea little alt- file philosophical groundwork for American officer,"-Gromyko said '
Post Exchange therev-, - tional convention in North Caroll. reaching the tabloids. lean feeling. '.. ',.. : - the second, April n atunt an teFeneteiththeesySsotvelmet,,ysenurioneestigsreetes, ,,, The aim
ernative except to protect itself opposition to. a Senate bill which At ill '' ' '' ' ...
. ,,, na, at which he is to deliver the '. the third, 'May 3 in Coco Solo.
' ' by remain ng on e
i th alert to re. would pet new limitations ,on the i h 6 'mu, PI" tentoronee
t Last 'Sunday afternoon; Militg- ,
keynote address. '' ' ' l' ' ' ' ' '. ' ' f .' ' ' ' '' se cc: . .. . . n t of foreign mini
srY, Grom ..
- taliate instantly in ca I a high court. .. , t.,. on.. . y
ry P011013 noticed that a screen ,,,, others attending the' d I nn e r p .' . Four Constitutional experts will 1"' h the
c firmed t at Soviet ti,,
had been 'cut, apparently, to gain Were Supt. and.Mrs 'S. E.- Esser
."' ' - aIs Gets. i
anamafrob loiter ,, all -Term I
KO" ucky overnor susFPr,
Ise attack ,'
' ',.. ' t k f 11 d il
a e Ai u ay .ou ine mem
nion hes begun diplomatic ex.,
entrace to the Px. After -first Dean, and Mrs, Roge'r .0 Hacloot' .. ,:,,,-.- ., ., ..-,,: ; i, ,-" 7!': r - ) .. ,, , ' ' . '' casee''' egainst the proposalg of---
chan ea with t
9 .he Western pow.
surrounding the building, they en- Mrs, Subert Tiiripyfill, Misiess Ra' ''' ' ."7''''' 'i I '' 6 s' ' ' '''; '''' B'' Iti' L '''' H.. -''' ; -- G .' '' fered by Sen. William E. Jenner irs 611111Inn n summit c911'
tered and found Louis Albert Pe- tie' F (roltet
P . : Dry Season iours
chel Barr, Nancy,' Bryant, Barba: , ,. .,. ,, ference. ,;, ,,,!.-. ... ,, s. . ,,,,,,,
rea, 20, Panamanian, who had aL B ' ' T '' a .0v1- omes uth
For urglanzmg-, vicr lie
ra -Ellch,' Maria Girard, Car I 2
o yn Their discussioes will tenter on 'He strtsi". ,
considerable a- ."
readp collected- a Hail, Mary Libert,,Beth Little, Pa :' ''' l' ' .. ,' '' '.' ''' '',-;'' 7 -; ''''-'!!' ; '''''.'"-.' ..--. '''. ''' ''' '''' Nebulous' Possibilily 01 Summi aliens, the current controversy' stemming dont not
. rowever, that rhie
mount of merchandise-and lead- ,tricia Peck, Anita Schneider "; ''' '' '''' '' -- 42 "..- ' '' ... .. mean the Soviet tinier(
, -, ,, from the court's 1954 school segre.
ed it IA ,bitg,s., ',"... '.... ',,, i Carmen Smith, and Messers Os- ''
accepts Western. conditions 411, a
, : , , ,. ' b tt d 'C d h ow ted 1 r sti -
' A '-'. bright-looking yelling ur. spo e e e o--- an o ...
' ''' ..." ' ''' E '11'11' I S 1' 'd
td 'thtf d I n ex a tir ay .,
, ,, gatiop rulings, Jest year 1 3
dect unimit meeting. ., ,.ves,..,.., .,,,
' ' he admi is r I
mons on t n t anon g oy- , ,., . ,, ....,,,....,1,
' Law enforcement officials specu- mond Call, Roberto Chan, 'and. Lee
ear; already nn probation I or other 'crime .... walking along the -.Confirming o ay a nen s n
lated he, was waiting for darkness 'F''."Glfeene' '''' "';': '' ; ' -0 b" f d- gullty .111 Las Cruces Street sidewalk in the Xentecky have sounded hint out a. , , ,., , ot , i, alty program and FBI activities,
, , -! one io ,,
was oun Ile' called 'for "all Othe;;""conn,,
to make his getaway, ,,. ., he .k
midnight -hours, In line hand bout running for Governor of I The dry season tours of Sumnlit and on the rero ative f on i
' Petea wag fired from his PX. GOVERNOR OUTVOTED .
, U.S.'Distrit-tourt,today of- bur. rst- p g a 0 C tries '' to' join the ,protest a' 1
State, ledge' Guthrie Crowe said Part, which have been held since gresSional investigating commit.
'barbershop job some weeks age DES MOINES; Iotva (UP).-- larizin two Balboa homes.' ,' e WAS carrying an' apple end "the provocative actions of thg Ins ''''
The g Ma uegl Cedefio Vg 20, Panama. plasticv bag c,ontaining what the the political possibility in a
is :', --,-, the first part of ,Jantiary uncler, the tees., .,.. . e Am i
' '' ' ' erican air force." -"--,,-.. -. ;
after he was caught pilfering. on chemise fashion ;won 2-to-1. ap,
in 11-r ceived a-' one-year- sm. officer, thought to be, gold balls. nebulous stage. ..? , auspices of the grounds mainten- i, Presiding will be David Max. .., .. ,,,,, ,,.. , .,.2,....... ,,..... .
the post of Quarry Heights. proval among residents of the goy. ani e h charge,- the ,terms Iii the .other. Cedelio had a bur. -, He- heti been' asked, .i. however, ance branch,, wilt be concluded at well, Philadelphia, immediate past ..,
He has been convicted in Bal. ernoes mansion, Gov. Herschel C. lence on eac Gromyko ternied tne's -c"ti Pi
tively His ', probe- lap bag.-,, ,t,''',,, ,, - whether hi, would be available to the end ol this month. - ' president of the American Bar -Asboa
Magistrate's court previously Loveless; who east the lone dis- to run consecu a serious threat t intere at' anal '''''
of stwo petit larcenies.' , senting vote, said the others came tion on the earlier urg ary w s
b 1 a .-When liarehuck' grabbed: and go to Kentucky and make a camp- ,, An 1. annual dry, season feature, sociation.,, The house of, delegates peace, and said' b 4 n4 14n'
k d d h ordered .,-, to questioned the .crthinir be. foiled algal!' he 'were nominated, on the the tours have been conducted of -the ABA, which, makes policy t e question -' will ..
- , -- ''' -- -'',- from his 'wife, and their teen-age revo e an e was therefore be submitted to. it, c. '' t
r
The cherge on which ,-,'he will daughter, Sandy,- Loveless said he serve also, the twn-Yet ti it, -,.
term for the golf bane Were egg, .c o I d Democratic ticket for ,the -office., each Saturday morning by Walter for the,lawyers' ovule has gone urity CounciL ,, .- --. ''' a a" '
eggs froM ', soinebody's l'ce boA ',The judge' of the U.S.-District R. Lindsay, agronomist, who is an on recoil, as opPosed to the Jen- , , . ,,.. L -;.,..,.., ... -,1.1-. ,-,-.' --
lie tried hi U. S: District- court told them he agreed with' the de- which hp WAS on,
Pril: the ';;ne
,S Asked hwere he got 'them, Cede. 'Court in'Ancmi has looked into the
, authority on the various types -of ner bill.,-.-.--,,,,,,,,-,.....4,,
'ts that on entering the PX build. scription tof the chemise as a Though caught wit g Grom 'ILO I '.1 th". .. "' ;'''...--:':'
e Soviet govern.
' ing last, Sunday. afternoon,. with "sack" and' asked them not to and though he had adm e e
itt d th ho, led the cop 'to the ,t Gorham preVisions 'of Ahe Hatch .Act,- anu tropical plants and trees cultivat- Also. participating will be Dean ment hY 1 al
i d hoine. ', -.-', ''--",' :,,,, .,- its interpretations, and found that d in the former eXperiment' gar. Eugene V. Rostow of the Yale as earned of flights ofv,Ami
the intent to commit larceny. wearit in his presence. :"How. crime Cedefio refused to p ea e t .. amen bombers carrying
Th '' '' f d t 't Id t 11 illegal for him to den. ....- ,, ,, 1,! A 11' , Law School, Prot Robert A., Let. nuclear
ials ,- ere, a acreen was oun cu i wou no
. '. Sail of $1,000 was .-, fixed but ever, I've found from my experi. guilty In today's ,tr il i a ot weapons over 'the Arctic
three glass louvers removed and run for a stet office while hold- The list two touts of this sea- lay of the University of. Arkansas Rustic ,, , toward
. riot vested. ', 1 ' 1; . ence that my judgment doesn't Lisle Gorham of
urt II Iv ha the. ear ;keys gone ,- (they Y were ing a Federal appointment.' ; .',,I so' n will be held this Saturday and School of Law, Prof., Sheldon E. . ,, ,' . ,-,i, ',.---
: ' :- :' always coincide with what, hap. ,Street- told the, co 0
neXt 'Saturday, : April 26,' weather Elliott, of New York University ,, ,rh .'' ' '. ' ',A-, -,, e '--
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i y enior;',' - I d in C d '' ket.) I Since he has accumulated a con,
pens around the house," he 'said. and Mrs. Gorham were await.. oun e, enp s poc e e
was nnounced -,,,'. School of Latv and Carl MeGow. 4
d fen, midnight -on,- tho, Cream Milk, butter and other siderable SMOnt of annual leave permitting, it a fli hts h id r
ese : g e sa ., epre., ,,,
sent a very dangerous ga Ili, ''
, gm a ' h it might be 'possible, be Said Most of the flowering trees and an, general counsel of the Chicago fire, ,.. -r.
Of ar 22 to -- fi food were Outo f the refrigera- ere, me vie
, ., (,., we se A Ob. 1 -1,, morning M h
Lnitic. Resfnro An ht111:".11frif, ta:111:11 ..: eZ nalicaman G in v ' fo him t 'use enou h of this to e sh which bloom! at this time and : North i Western Railroad. '' '''', f "' ''' ----.: --.-..,
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, TRAFFIC CHIEF
'el. Hassan yesteruay complained Milt .. ,
. ' venicte owners are not respond- , ,,.A.gas tat) '' tt d t M I ,,' .' ; '' '.- I .. ' . '
On a en an, at, argar,ita eceived pain- , -,,- k ' ',' ', '
,' ''' ing to amiouncement tnat mecni- ful burnal,sterday afternoon as a result of his budd 's , , -,,.
,'' meal vetucle inspections are- be.' -- -- , ,,, , t 2 ., , i . , , - --- i
py tap kip. :apparent unfamiliarity wit,h the WOrkinge of an English G
, tug conducted nail! al ar' f.' .9 tihg:':-'''' 'ilibt-rnuE
, U. LI
v tional Guard. ' ' - Ford cars', s : ''',,' ' -' : 4
pl-o'.1.1,1' ' ''' ::,!.,
i, ,, Hessen urged all motorists to , , ' ,' ', 'ii ,,,, ,t. , 4 , .' , ,
' l' '' '71 have their vehicles inspected ,,, ..- ',Mr8.-Arline Susan Stark, 22; drove up in ter email ' t ' ' ',-- 1 ,-. , ,', ,., , A ,,, 4 ,A,
f
' now in erder.te avoid tm Hist..
, sedan and asked that it be 'given, 'an.' ail che-ck. ' ,.'
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) minute rUln Ind to have time i '' :''' ''' ' :,,:..,,' i '"'.,"' SAYS
. : : r, , ev,s',t,e. ': Fo:r:s 1 vmy Cu cH ing
,,,, te repair mechanical defects ''''',' .. Attendant Ceorge''' Warien,' 29, Panamanian,',1first !Lid b ' ' ' ' ",, ,"' ' ' '. '- - ' '7" ;'
- , '' ''.- 1' '....1' ''' s '' '' l'IHITE HOUSE -' - "- ''' '
1 that may be discovered' by tne
pow pping ppured a 'quart of 'oil ,,dow, ii,'the4, carburetCr, intake P, ip-e. ," :,"'" ',',,, i,,:, e, ,,, ., : , 1 , , k ',I, , ', '',' -' ; ,, ; i -,' t ,,,, : ,- ;,,., 1,
,,, -- mechanical device
M I 'used ta inspect vehicles. instead of tile- oil-filler pipts,(A pClice report of thcfire The Insatilation e1 the experimental lighting system In WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP) '' .,' , 17:-
, bome surces are of the opi- Gaillard Cut has been completed and a brief test of the effeci. ,-The White House today brand-
- ,IndiCated' that, the' pipes are eirnilar, and both are' located. ;
Zion that the 75-cents-,, fee being tiveness was made Wednesday night .10r 'the Inspection ot a ed OS "not. true" a Russian
, charge. tor each first inspection On the same side' of the' en'gines ) '' 2; ''' : ." ' '' ,' sinall group of marin and engineering 'officials 01 the panama charge that ," US.-1I-b 0 M b e r . ,,
' may be keeping some vehicle ,,,,,, , A ,, ( t Canal Company. t .1 ', , , ,,, t y flights are provocative and en- ,, ,,,, ,, , ', ,., , 3 '';;;;
' ," owners awaY. A lee .of 50 cents ', It SOCIti pecame apparen at something w
tth as: wrong.- r The new lights were turned on for It short time early Wed- danger world peace, ', ' ';-- ; ',,-, ,: : ,, : ', ,.,.';'''''-'"""''
, fa- charged for each additional in- , - 1 -. nesday night while Capt. W: S. Rodimon, Marine Director, made The charge was made by So- 1 .-, -4; ,.7, ., , ,1 ,, ', ,,,,,,,,-, ,.,
- sneetitin if mechanical defects are :Warr,en's fellow attendant, Roy then to Coco Solo ciHospital where a transit ef that section of the Cut aboard a tanker. , vlet foreign", minister Andrei .. .4-. '''' ,j- ,I1 A ''. -- ','"'- i i.........................
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I Mer'arlane, zu, rituatataTau, !Amu 1 !..!e sumiLleuEnit nol Fut, un I Another rroun. headed bt Col. Robert D. Brown. uromyKo4 wiry WITS AM .9t ir V 17111 ,,,

1111111UI IC, igitJtICCII igitJtICCII,..:,
,..:, igitJtICCII,..:, tUllUM Ala F' ''"7 ,'''''. ' : !ittepipted to dilute the oil by pour the seriously HI list.
1
' "- Arts': mg gasoline down the intake. ,-, ,McFarlane is 'listed 'as having
, made a trip ihroilitt the Cut-aboard a launch., Others on' the' In reply, ;White House press
launch were Capt. Anthony C. Roessler, Balboa port captain; J. secretary James G. Hagerty told CI
He next askeditirs Stark to start second and third-degree, liurns !At kg, cooke, designing engineer; and .11. -11. Fench chief, of the reporters simply: ' 1, ,' -,, ,', 1,---1,'.2.,,:,". ,',. :., ,' f, f: .,., ,. ,, :',',": '' ',,
, , the engine. It sputtered and stop-, both sides of his neck, plus sec sec-
- sec- The 'hoard of directors of the ped. -,' ,.. .f I, Contract and Inspection Diyision t , "Mr. Gromyko's statementi ,. ,,''' , .. -.7.t.,. -'. ,,:,
ond-degreo burns on the left side , , ,,,... s ,., ,g I ,, ,, are not true and there will be L r ,: , --- --- i A-
i-'-. gapi.1 spenrity Bank wednesday So he poured la ,more gasoline ot his Yee ,right khOolder sod arm It is planned tO illuminate i the I haIre been inounted on standards a statement shortly 'On this ''. ;-s L.,, ..:',,,.,..' 1 .' ,. 2 '', '' : ,' ' .,' sr ,,7.,-,..

1171r tem was installed under contract bra and ,Empire reaches. -, 7-Siyder said the system ,was 40tior UM On WOUld
1 nave to take -In Stant MeaStirer, to? -'
itsOwn protection if Such flights "approach" Russia's bo-rd
, by L. R. Sommer. who also has a
' '-' Canal contract to, install an ex- -- .,
- J "accurately and correctly" de de'
' de' scribed by,Frank H Bartholo- ,, , ,,
, perimental lighting system of the tAtnntl in toriAt ,, rnew el the united itress in a crS. w ' ' : I -,'," 4" ',' ..., - ,,,,..'

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4 Milne general design at Pedro MidIrwww""1 ,1'116 a"11111' Idispatch April 7. The disPatchl Soviet. foreign ministerstAndrei Gromyko personally
s
, guel Locks.
e t int WaS cleared 'with -the 'Defense It ki

. - ULD1111,1U'JdlUly
od Arias for hicac, proactitg in a patrol' car, bad ,
seen the flash. Be rushed up with Army' search ,partieir have This equipment was received on ko cited Bartholomew's ence ,,
its during the short
race o ree missMg D. eaora9rmtrnyent, Snyder m111'71:1,77 s!,, 73: 71,737W spr77.
s in office .and for the small extinguisher from the found no t f th the Isthmus this' week and In introdUcing his statement; Gromyko teferred to et"'
contractor will begin its install& asses 3thedule --
a, president of tho' car and put out the fire: s s soldiers reported to be living on
report which described Strategic Air Command procedure,
, The officer took the burned man Taboguilla ,USABC tion ,s s pdriosptesisttc.h;a,s 1.thet, bas,is tfor his
ARIB , , r , A snyier said; vany news storv
.
the CI a

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..' t-, 1 a question.
1 GalinileartrICauralanndlwatutghne15 Lielc gs 1Y successful bicycle FaletY elass,1 Was not based on our briefing as '" '---' w-:"' '.
'The dis atch datelined Offutt Air Force Base ,N0
," t. p. l - le Ari. tha msint niannati t no.w, csnkucted $ I given. to Bartholomew and ad p ,
0, 0
4,

UOVAULIFOSSUS,7.,ioutiriny autnottues made g ther.1 inc- i ianat.t.cce tne canal zone ro-lreporten 1111M control center or,tne 3trategic Alf LOMmard, was wriffert
gh search of the:Island April wi kw wrwwknww for info". otatst- I
ce, p schedujed, tor tomorrowl; It wks,, earned that t?e'lli! 1,, ,A;;;14'.7.4;t: nit' 14 Ari;44,Alf:rwww, Wtr;ell AAN okt I Ina:Cm:1

uromyKo ania, nusspt represen- An summary Gr..
tative to the Security Council was mykosia statomont aoldoismonkind
, ' thhaollio"Zioraoll Iismnsewbliwenar, 11"whlchn
liolre Dame Out To' could hallo broken out suddenly
' In consoquonco' of fres s list&

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or pirovocativo -actions by 'the U.
the facilities of the Panama Canal lounn la De missing. searen minister unnstian rmeau 'sum- to reLurn .1113 , , AL -
1 to proyide for the needs of the next was halted 'when every reason- Bunted U.S. Ambassador Am or Y sist their children in making out S. minter
, generation in ocean traffic,'' able possibility wis,,exhausted Hoighton today and demanded an these address slips. denied what it called "garbled ange pustaxen .611mand
; Miss Margaret ttancook, presi. without trace., '1 '', ,',-- explanation of reports the United More than 80 chiloiren attended
nd distorted" 'versions et Bar- ,
Earlier, -the Pentagon hen ch , fir g t
a
dent of the local chapter of the Four days later, the 'Artily was States wants France too pen direct the tirst safety class held last Sat. tholomew's dispatch. Publish- V' l'C rt
lews ou ou ,, he pooplas have not 'VOA ',,
suspocad what dantior. woo hang
honorary' scholastic fraternity notified that the men's sailboat talks with the Algerian rebeht. urday morning at the training cen.
, t,... ntt gtvaat anti a arcta e .e.
d ab oad In these -retorts.
ads A... ing over tho world." tha aumms

iWill'AieY Senior,.
it Dies Befor Son

udiiserous game wits,
r, limmormnin"g"of lia.;1;11-272 finpl food were Out f the refrigera. here, it might be possible be Said Most ofthe flowering trees and an, general counsel of the Chicago
Svicalling Canal fire."
ez policomao Goorgo Marehuck, tord ; ' for him to use enough of this to bushes which bloom' at this time and ; North Western Railroad. ,
t to imorm t h a,m &pair of livlifbiithighig 'to 'the be in Kentuiki 'prior to the elec.. ot the year are at their best and The Jenner bill would remove

1 thdar ham& had bean lurglaris Gorham's SOn WaS 11139 Arovered. I which is set tor may 01 next year.' several of the fruit T,rees are Dear- purisoletion or tne rugn court to ,

1 tzeTt47nnrc ti2111 1 - -; th OCOnd Deciefie. prpy?e.f!tresed howrter, that tpeling., :qses. In .f.I.Ve IneYIROUSIVe, Lri ti lit no

In ine seconacasti 'noun. tworpwe.t!ulestu nowFveit 1,9e I , ;1!vv.acw. AE.ctoult. Lit,2140., 11C1 imuusive, Entlfilifines',

q ,aw mos II Ito la Nkr ;
l''' t ' ' ' ' 1 "77777-7 '''' .....' f 777.'- 1 'itiarchuch told how ', be. bad was found guilty of burglarix- idea of his being,nominated on the Visitors have been, asked to meet incluao tne functions Of congres. T -.- 7,- 7, u. U I ..
. NVilliam.G.. Are7, Zr., Panama ' ' ' ing Quarters 15311A; Where miss.: Democratic' ticket and makhig 't a at the Summit Garden office' at 9 sional committees and contempt
Pol
Canal infOrmation officer, Waa I- 11-1 rurvase ' t
respossing Nets- "'
v ,, f )(,,,' ; -,,- 40,, H ,r,, ing articles' 'lnludid iv i n bid' for. the'office is wholly tenta-, cm, Saturday for the tour. The of ,Congress cases, ..dismissal. of ,,, ,
men's shirts' and 'tyre' lialre 'of '. ti;-.". t ; ,, , ,,-,. ,,' trip will take approximately two government employes in security
called to the States last night '11-- .1 1" :161, '. 1 's A'
Cob e GI 1 F
or t, r me.
because of the sudden illness of e 'con Driver
M n
. traileers. ., ,, ,,,',',. ',',:'. 1-' ',' 7.,Siii 'ting t Kentucky soon', hours during which dime, the visi. cases, school board inv,estieations
2 6;nal 'resident who h a v o
his father in Shelby K C ' 1:- D t Reekle'S '.'some of the 1U:den property was and will discuss it then. ', tors will be shown 'the jungle walks involving subversive activities .. ''k 4 4 ,o, v .4,tot. , ),,
' mien 'sweating itls'out during the) Irt ,,,
t. Ifews that Mr. Arey, Sr., died .,'' recovered, -. .. ' ... First rowe Is go ng o an a. the 1 y pon an o fy poin s o amosg ac er., a .. aws re-, .,., k
., , ..
oast few weeks could hardly LAA a --- ' '' ' C I t Att 1 11 d d th t f te h s st te I ii. Columbian night-tclub I I '
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g sive in Cristobal Police 4tatiot
'vitt be given garding Internal security or son. woo uecame alsoroerly and -abu.
it 7 U OV o Lonaer
Zh N I
, to attend the annual conference of interest.' A lecture
District Judges convening the first' bY. Lindsall on the history, origin version, and cases involvm
thoam &ye in May Anti uso ni:tha varinua ntanta. miion tn the her , paid a, $25 fine vesterdliv dia.:

1 paitt i)hJ une yesterday tor dis
Avflortv

fon the' in "raction on which she ,'
.L4c.111, ,ousinessman 6nemy 'or Itod to 72. degrees -or it voris Marvm Kennetn Wilitungton, ; s.7,,.7 inuo anotoer. oza :'
'years, 'sreg -Wati tion 'of 23' degrees., from, t h American, was acquitted of ,TeCit' 0
n-Milltary Duty .: -..,. ,.,. .,
,
!welt known throughout his-home daytinie, high of 95 less driving late pesterday,,tafter dIlra 10
4.1 ed in
Alema'n'sTAII t" ns' Get Si!ftnt'Treatment-;',,,-';';. welkhat4
enin r .airosOdolositlft 'r I trb s. grA

'1 1" aGath'ilreri:asirelZ(farimdre:srteleidbrorr'et'tr".. einsPh'Casstsilt;ensgli
otdte , , At Madden am, weather re- he presented a mined statement DAUMAPN, Apru la k km.
- i In addition ,,to his son here. ports showed tow sd ds., by Rassenger, Herari3R Pa- mer SoViet ease Minister Geor.
II , , ,,, ,,, In the Cristobal commissary.
U 't d S G A
he Is survived by hi wife, two rites Thursday night, which namatuan, stating taht she gi Zhtdtov has been retired and ' Fro, 3 ni e totes overnment gencies.
, other nOnS, who reside in North was the coolest it had boon grabbed the wheel or hit car now bag no military ; duties it
, Carolina,' and a daughter, mrs. eince the lest port ot pshroad and caused an a e tJdent On was reveled today. -I- v
' Sib Dorton, Jr., of Charlotte. Thatcher Highway. : A lecturer at the Po ytechmeal ,' '
, Mrs. Dorton has many friends t' Despite the high temperatures Whittington's tar went' off th'e Museum in Moscow disclosed that Three repliei of um) comment', were received today to questin put to. govern
Upon' Srriv'al at "'thee pal

Upon arrival at'
Three reptleg of "no comment" were received ,sociay to questl,on pu.s 12:5Jover, the Po lice sta.

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I ; ,...,,, on, the Isthmus, having lived. during the day',. the head hain't road- and into a:shallow ditch :at Zhukov -"has been retired ; and ',Alarm. egenele5 In CIIIIIInnInnt IIII11 I3lImAfiva IIIII,I13,. yvalma will u.y Aruptail illS&S.W.L OM.zaa.sa, kfli .-, pun Dun vegan to met, up gnu use -
I 2.,..,Illeve for, some.' time,,,before' her been too noticeable because of g- a.m. Monday ',.', ,-. ,-....:. : ',.. has no military dutieg any more." '' that the United States. is not tieing,' uP to Its treaty obligations to Panama.' '-".. -":' .1 '''' -..'i profane language, Then the dia.. ",,,:,
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... ... .Liarriage.'":" ',-,,'" , ' .- -7 the tow hurt-1113y "which .- h i ', '''':'NobodY,'wat initired hi the Ilea :-'Zhuke'vwee ousted -e-a defense ,...4..--,Meman also ,charged that the Central Exchange-Officer for the', military, Maj.' Alvin ' ordeey conduct charge. was filed. :. ;
iiii : .- Funeral aereloes-fr Mr.'ire 'been averaging about 45 per dent. , ',"; , :r ', A ,, ..,' ..' ' ; ' minister last October; since then, ,,E Weber, bad been ,"rewarded",tor actions Prejudicial -to ?anamenliterchants-
( ., In:Cristobal MagistratetvCourt ---,-s.
' are to be held .. Saturday ,in .cent durina the dav ets the Pe., Whitiington'a easo was heard Mal. occupation has beat a my& ' The no-comment' reactions Were' received:from ispokesmen for; the XS,' Entbassy,. the '. she pleaded guilty to both charg.:
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reittotort, INIVILSON eouNsirvita, bp tote ,s
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PSOSP194 PICOOESIENTATIVAVe JOSHUA 11 POWERS. INC
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THIS IS TOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
' The MaN See is an open forum toe readers of Tho Panama Americas
Litters ere received grettfully and are handled in a who'll, coal-W041
, it you coMriboto a latter don't be impatient It deosa't appose the
' next day. Litton are published is the order received.
;4, Please try to hoop the letters limited to one pale lerselb
Identity of Mime wnlers it held in strides confidence
This ornimpepor assumes no responsibility tot statements or opinions
z- expressed In lettere hens readers.' ,,-

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' ';',1' This letter is directed to Casual Sam and ineMbers of the
.' t: Fort Kobbe commissary. , ,,,.- : ', ,' - i, ,-.- ; ',
', It has-elways seemed to me that people are Moil than eager
.,,
,?,, to find fault and less tnan willing to scompument good service.
. ,, The purpose of.this letter Is to express my xleep aPPreciation for
11 the constantly good service and consideration. given me by the
i
f. r, force at the Kobbe commy. ,, .. ', - -,
. It It is quite apparent that Casual Sam' never gives thought
, g to pre-planninp nor attention to his 'Daily Bulletin. Perhaps
lt he is mew,to the Army way of life and the observances of local
, f)
.$ customs with regard to the observance of weal, holidays. ., ,,",,
t ,- True,' many people,- because of economic, necessiti; must
' ') shop right after pay day. That is true at every post. And 1 am
! sure Canna Sam would indeed scream the loudest were inven inven,
, inven, 1) '1, tories meglected and supplies not replenished. '-, -
1
t -' Since everyone observes the holidays, no doubt Casual Sam
-1- also worked, a 19 and one-half-hour week, so why begrudge the
. ,,1 commissary; employes their time off? ,' -' 1
, .1; I lived here a year before going to an IAOS pioject and
f tt never, through a little planning, found myself in need of sup sup,
, sup, plies at the peak period of commissary businesS2 In the- two
, year since, my husband has come in with lonk 'lists limited,
1
, .,, time and lack Of transportation. Careful attention has been
,.:1: giv'en our requisitions and I know from perional experience busy
) t people have stopped to check inventories as to current prices
.1t,T and availability of items ofkleredall tizne courteously and un un'
' un' tli grudgingly given, ', -. ,, ', , - -,
'" Casual Sam should try shopping li a -,, stiper-market on
I
t weekend special days, or perhaps spend a little' time out of the
t Zone. Possibly then he'll appteciate having Fort ,Kobbe lor any
' r, other) commissary close at hand anrwith reasonable prices.'
. Vs As for the- lack of some items, he is overseas considering
' oil that most UB. products are dependent on military and CiViliall
tt
te ships for delivery and Sam's convenience and palate. Ever hear
.. i 1 that those items you mentioned are: perishable and necessitate
'' special handling, Sam? ' -, '-' , ,
- :1 By the way;through necessity WaS4-0110 of those shoppers
IThursday (April S), morning arid was' treated-311th courtesy and
I
, i consideration. 1 am sure the emPloyes not 'only worked very
,o hard to keep the lines moving and suPplies on the shelves, but
lo
.i. had to' bear the brunt of petty complaints like Casual Sam's.
- ti One way of solving this problem would be to hire,m0re mu mu'
' mu' ' 4.- ployes, have them work more overtime and to pay for this over over,
, over, I) bead by raising prices. Maybe Sam would consider paying half
' ) again or more for his food .:,- a smalr,price, to pay for a little
1
personalized service., , A ',' '-01,,,otos.0444-,,,--,,,4,:,,,-,,-,,,.. ,:- ."-- ,,
, I With sincere thanks and appreciattio0 .,to 41141a0 znembers
, ,
. ::, of the Kobbe commy and incidentally to' ail illse who have
, .1: seryed,me so pleasantly:. : , ,' :
t; .- .3-- ,,'"' , ' , A Grateful Customer

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- CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
,
To New York and Return 3240.00'
To Los Angeles and San Francisco -and ,
, Returning from Los Angeles S2711116 r
To Seattle and Return 3365.00

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; think that all the, officers' enibs and the Twoll uest
t,, House in the Zone, and 'all the restaurants and hotels in Pan Pan.
. Pan. araa should feature a spaghetti dinner at least once e week and
, learn how really to prepare garlic bread.
: To, my knowledge, there is only one restaurant in, Panallla
., which makes garlic bread properly. test I be accused of going
, into the advertising business, I won't mention its name, but it
I
I' is the one which serves a delicious dish knowrk as chickeri cac cac;
; cac; ciatore.
; The club at Amador offers a wonderful spaghetti dinner
.,,t. twice a month (I think this item should go. on the regular menu
, ,,t for such customers as are fond of the dish) but apparently they
I haven't the foggiest idea bow garlic bread should be prepared.
, '4, Their idea of this delicacy is a sickeningly pale roll,: un un:
: un: toasted not even warm, tmeared inside w!th cold butter (Or
''r'- margarine, more likely) faintly combined with some mashed--
li up garlic. ,1 - ', '' ) ,..,, 4. ; 4,1,,,t". , r ) t
-, Garlic bread should be grilled crisply so the butter and gar gar,",,t,
,",,t, gar,",,t, lie essence throughly permeates the bread. Above Knelt .should
, ,-, be'served piping hot. '' ,,,,,,,
:
Gdatmet

, CROSSING THE ISOBAR
" Man o man dat Capn Campbell (Mail Scd,'April 151, sho
.
mus be one smart fella. I reads an I rbads an the mo I reads
' the less I nose. Dose worls dat man Useilke Isobarwhat tis?
F0 20 years I rides tru dis Ole Canal in,de Seaman Gangs an I
never hears dat word befo. Ise really confuse.
;: But I do nese somethin to shurwhen a big le rriean ship
eummin Out ob de lock and she start suckin down on de wall
.", real Pilots like Capn Nilsen and Capn Homerun Johnson doan
use any ole ting called Isobar to keep her from hittindat I
nose!
Dat Capn Campbell sho nose a hole. lot al3out a hole 14
.4 buthe could sho take a few lessens about how to' handle ,a
ship from dose twoand dat I really nose.
. Local Rate Pilot No. 2

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'' THE RIGHT,TO STEAL, 4.,.
,
.
t : Panama is: once more yelling 'for a right ,to steala, right
:: we. would ell -enjoy having. am sure that the- merchants' of
Panama; who pay their employesshockingly low -wages, would
enjoy having a monopoly in sales on the Isthmus.
. Who wouldn't? When they already increase prices at the
- sound of a North American voice. and even. keep their, mer merchaudise
chaudise merchaudise tagged' at ridiculously high prices that no resident of
, 1 Panama is ever asked to payi just to back up their exorbitant
:t demands.'
The feW 'individuals ,Panataa'.: Who .ruri'-their bushiesses
aceording to ethical standards are:welt patronized'. by',Canal
. Zone employes and' memberk of' the'. Armed -services, and their
.4
families. They enjoy reputations for honesty afid lair'practice,
. and profit by their reputations.
Let the others follow their example Inistead of 'trying to
legaliz,e,their chicanery. The United States Government-is not
going- to give Panama or anyone else a license, to steal from its
, ts citizens. ,

41r: ;.!

Ned Kelly

, While thanking 'Assernblymati Alfredo' Alemen 4r;'''' for his
Idnd' sentiments towards the, United States and all its works, I
suggest he direct some of his tonspicuously constructive sugges
tions towards the ,merchants 'who, with the glorious exception
of panhandling politicians are the only class of 'the Community
" which, ever seems to rate the solicitude of 4tho rePubliq's law-1
, 4;-
, Alemari Could:tell 'these merchants that 'rarely is .foUnd
'pi target so ',easy -to topple, bY sound merchandising practices a
- t,he Conuriissary. ' ,,,";
. ,- Believe-, me. anY' Store In Panama 'Where '',thel'''..'tricet .v.and
quality 'are right will get Pit generous ihare 2onians' spend spend,
, spend, ;,, Ing money, and the commissaries will suffer' accotdingly.
' Naturally, ZOntan8 who while shoPPing round on both sides
, ' of the Hne find prices in Panama stores double or more what
.1
' the same article costs in the Zone are not about to Weer', for the'
. impoverished merchants of Panama.. Taxes don't, account for
, more than a fraction of this difference.:, Overhead? The com com'!
'! com'! mtssatles1mve"that-torrentrorlt:7Seem -the-rest'orthe
, i difference is aecounted for only ,by
-
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The'Price IS Wrong'

- ly VICTOR RIM

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lot4tidtv. t,ive wittlesses tau. tAtuit
prooes nave tailed to get convic convicwoos
woos convicwoos oectiuse witnesses got ado
poisoning r ;tear tremins. Or z
terrauy went madas toe most
recent victim ot -tmuerworld toes
jaw," the disease wmca ctoses
mouths of those who taignt pro provide.
vide. provide. tne evidence that coutu send
public enemies to public, jails...
,That's why the justice- Dept.'S
new task Urce, under 34-year-old
Milton Wessel, has ued its secret
operation in'. with three Treasury
Dept. units-I- Narcotics,' Interns!
Revenue and Secret Service.,
,v '
- a mobster, in or out of la
, bor, has a long forgoften count.
orfsiting, rap, or a narcotics list,
ing, or,,,ran with smuggling
crowd,:the task force will be.
-able to use these records to help,
et him on some current viola.
tiom of another statute, or set
the. Immigration ,and Natprali;,
zation Servicii after him. And it
tax .cases, tho task force will
need only special Treasury Intel-.
Romeo agenti to testify against
a racketeer to nail him. it will
take time,. but the task force
wait not, set up to 'get results
for another two years. :

The drive was dicussed first
during a conversation with Presid President
ent President Eisenhower some months ago
in the White House. Then Attorney-General
William Rogers and
his people talked with high ,Trea ,Treasury2Dept.
sury2Dept. ,Treasury2Dept. 'officials. Then ,the as assignment
signment assignment was handed tn- Milton
Wessel,. well over a month ago.'
Ir was to be a secret oroiect
but the story began to leak after
Wessel made several trips to
Washington and set' up a New
York headonarters,, The original
strategy called for operating en entirely
tirely entirely undercover until special
Grand Jury could be called and
evi,lenen presented-late in '59 or
ere'y '60.
Last Thursday, the Justice Dept,
rather than see the story break
Piecemeal. relased Wand then or.
dered Wessel ,back 'underground'
under 'complete news black
out for the duration.
Wessel's full staff is exoected
to consist of some clerical help
and eventuslly 15 attorneys ,,
some from ,the ,Justice, Deot., end
others scoone4 out of nrivnte Prae.
Hee. They not haVe sny staff
investigaors; There will he no
int comenittee of snents frnm
the PIN. thn Seernt cnrvire. the
Internal Revenue Service the Nar Narcotics
cotics Narcotics Boreal,. tha ,IngtienApInnt.
and the Immigration Service Nor
will these Fen onnnrint -,sirn
special probes. They will simple
make all their files avaiable to
Mr. Wessel.
1 ; This is ow the task forcewill
operate, according tn current re reports:
ports: reports: The 15-ern (ice has drwn
up list of the 100 top racketers
on the basis of what's in the files
of the leederal agencies. Justice
Dept. peoole, for example. alress.
dy have been over at the FBI,
Secret Service nod thn Narcotics
Bureau. From these divisions the
most powerful mobsters, as well
as the most active ones, have been
chosen.
Scion the interlocking business
es of sachbig-time neorstnr will
be analyzed through their Jag
returns, through their geticesre,
cords, through 'icons", oonlica oonlicatient
tient oonlicatient and through their ectivity
in these unions which they have
infiltrated. The task force is e egerating
gerating egerating on tho thnory that ell
- activities of the crime cartel --
from leeitimate businesses to io,,
ber racketeering and yice and
toeuryare interlocked. ,,

The theory is that, 'this under underworld
world underworld business is so vast that
no hood really operates idepend
ently but. works with others for
mutual protection and discipline.
The stze of this busipt.cs Tolnt,.
ed in the fact that labor and in.
dustpal racketeering brought in
some $2,000,000 yearly b the days
of Lepke and Gurrah. Today the
estimate is t100,000,000 bt the east
stone,- out ()f an estimated under underworld
world underworld "take" of $2,000,000,000.
This is mighty ,empire for a is isman
man isman unit to tackle. But standing
on either flank are' two other
mighty forces the Treasury Dept
and the Justice Dept,
This dragnet will, be better than
television. :

'1' TH E B ROADWAY '; REPORT 1
. Ironically, Lana Turner's "Pey "Peyton
ton "Peyton Place" movie concerned a
motherdaughter heartache.' ;,-,.. 'Al
though Joanne Woodward's gamuting-zing
In "Three F,Ices ot F.ve:'
was an Osear-winning, the flicker
is 'a box-ofieet disappouninent. ,,, .1
The top three longest running
shows are melodic gay-guy gal
galas: "My Fair Lady," "Li'l Ab Abner"
ner" Abner" and "Bells Me Ringing". ;
News about stars that never at attrant
trant attrant headlines: The Perry Ctnos
soon celebrate heir silver anniver anniversary.
sary. anniversary. Spin "Halvah," an OrieR
tal rocknrolla; of all things, -Anne
"Two for the Sessaw") B a n
croft's real tag sounds like music:
Anna Marla Luise Italian. .liao .liaotion
tion .liaotion Picture mag's likewp: Sophia
Loren use cosmetics on ler tor torso
so torso from the waist up, .' .The' Sa.
tevepost breathlessisy reported ,that
Mrs. Bing Crosby,A expecting
twins. Remember when colyunt colyuntists
ists colyuntists were scolded for :.reporting
blessed .evpts7-, '', '
- Flash! Somebody loves critint
Carol Lynley, who is delightful In
the ,"Blue Den'in''' drama, is guot guoted:
ed: guoted: "I'm in love with all the dra draIna
Ina draIna tritics"Z;, :Julie Harris" rThe
Warm Peninsula" will have quite
a trout before challenging Broad
tryout before challenging Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. A 26week cross-country tour
. Andre Kostelanets albu m,
"Blue Opera," is worth your bent
ear, .' ."A Time tcp Love and a
lime, to Dietris getting'40,,,,,wow
'buildup Brigitte Bardot lapelled
her career As I ballerina. ';'; Add
was declarations', Clark Gable in informed
formed informed an interviewer: 01I' 'hate
television", .Variety'e, Cleveland
aisle-witness turned 'In 3 hit-verdict
for Katharine Cornell's"First
born." : : .,,, ,,
. There's, no -recession for; tro troducer
ducer troducer bavid Merrick.' He has 4
hits on Broadway. Three 'have al already
ready already repaid hackers. k .Princess
Grace still erooloys a Hollvwood
press agent., Translation: She in intends
tends intends to return to movie to making
. If you're in-the market for
ch.ucklos the drunk ,--eolaode in
the "Teacher's- Pet" Movie sells
'em wholesale. The New York

er mag's cartoon about uneinploy
ment is very unfunny ,The
Yorkert Mag's cartoon about un unt(imploymeni
t(imploymeni unt(imploymeni is very unfunny
, Ate quoteoLthe-week is Rock
Hudson's: "I love the smell of
carbon monoxide." Huh??.
Phone callto Girt Firday I r e 4ti
one of the most important man managing
aging managing editors in NYC:, "Walter's
line about Coast newspap'roen
saying Lana's Daughter -Cheryl
didn't know it but She Performed
a public serviceis iust (great.",
J. Edgar clover a o )PC on to
to, flickers which florify gangsters
is certainly valid..Teenagerv
very impressionable and they coin,
Pose the majority -of moviegoers
these days, "Dance, OnlY',, With
Me,"' from -the "Say. Darling"
score,'has a happy sound .11road .11roadway
way .11roadway is now' being britihtenee, by
two Oscar-winners:. "Around ,,, the,
World in 80 D y 11"; sert !Ilhe
Bridge on the River twal';',4
Paid Newman is gradusto ihe
Yale School of Drama., Ile also
won, hts lettos ,at ,Afttors'
Stanlev Kubrick. who directeil
Kicir Dmig1P0 ,"Pathit (41orv7
movie, Is only 29.',.Alf Hite h hcock1it
cock1it hcock1it tinote: "Vim Novsk I
are buddies. Why' we even baits.
a inke hetive-ri ft
color we can't tell; it publicle
(Blush.) , ,,,

Of current .97, Rroadwols
productions Azilf-dazen
ex-tertott ittoroo?Ao AnrIL
Inside stuff: Eva M'aril 'Sqint's
totimotea volt hor
The Unsic Hall has fascinating
abort film Nosed: Tiranocoofinon
tat", Tt offera: a ,Inew Uncle
garville -from a train loloAow.
Softie years ten, we 'nublishod
flosevintive ti104, Opripvi
ca Throuah a Train-Window.1,1,
was later romgrovt r4smonett
tan mat, Me only musical :Pro.
duce(' Ali e00000l: 4ho---eollout
cateoort la turhe low
stsm onewi rrha,, carnvny
41140 Fon'
an OM Fool.!' A bolloriandy, ,Y
evor thorot villas a' for that
Silly word glamor it:war the

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. Weekly lailings of twelve passenger ships .to New
York, New, Orleanst Los Angeles, San Francisco
, and Seattle.

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,'''
silly, word glAmor It wasNthe
news-photo of Lana 'lifter the tra tragedy.,
gedy., tragedy., 4'),n, the police stalled"' vie
saw her age 50 years in 5 hours.

Movies ars geiting, sassier than
ever. "The High Cost of Loviv"
concerha a husband and wi:,Le'
who are expettinx 'a baby alter
9' years of Marriages; One of the
husband's fridnds flips: "Here's a
man who hasl proved. that any anything
thing anything can be done if ,you keep on
trying," The 'fatento-be responds:
"It', wasn't eas," (Blackout
1,,Theilliapteen versions of bingo
on teevee only' prove that it 0111
Cannot entertain' viewers o al
must try to butthem,
record reviewers are confirming
what we rePortedl Freak
natra.Keely Smith 'plattter, "flow
Y.afFixed for' Love", is, to use
"Frank's pet adjective gasser.
1.0Ottrecent TV 'sponsor- is vecv
busy ,'explaining" to 'VW' rile"
lana that nor show we's very good
and' they liked it Very much, but
they had to cancel it because "It
was ,too expensive:

I
Nsw Yorkor. lir L118 Vegas Over OverninhZ:,
ninhZ:, OverninhZ:, : Frank Sinatra's v 0 I e e.
poise and ,other 'song-magic were
never, In' such rare form. On the
Sands Hotel (Vega0 stage where,-
Jack Entretter's ntri ''' show As siJ
ways delicious) 'Sinatra d i d n't4
.have the,- streinett and weary Jooki
and terfsion ,that' we' recognized
.. .

during his Minmi IReach stay. On
the' Sands podium he Ic an stir--
self-assured and with- one 'of the
bonniest twinkles In evs his
intimate. !ever saw. o ak large
nnttycake to .Antonio Morelli and
his crew and Bilt Miller, who con conducts
ducts conducts Frank's sweet-and-gad love
songt, ,.On the same, bill Is
new tto' Its) team ttled Bennett
and Patterson--thei most refresh,.
ing- end amusinv male duet since
Martin and Lewis 'and ROVia n
Mertin.4 ',Bob kilbert end
Renee Stuart are to ..blamC for
the attrnctive rhoreolranhv,
el:illy good being the, wav ti.ev
have Texas ConaGiris nrer,ce St.
natra's.entranee yin- the ,Snmmy
Cebn-Tirnmv Ten 'ffencen 'Aewt-
, di
my Award Song coamplon, All
the Way'
' 'Gordon MseRae and, the Joyoly
girls, at 'the Tlesort Tnn are Snots
er'ninst. .Ernie kovacq and his
bride Edi4 AAllins headline the
stunotne Gle1111,p' St the- beautiful
'rennicone ron ,thoro.etho T onto
Primas (Feely' etnithl' belt! It g
them out in the Joni neekel
.tounee-Lwhero, Theteen' their
8::14 ,n.m. , eirreav 'kb v
work for The punvon rund. -,The
ht .70,77, t1"1 "P","'
Istrsp rata) ftf plot Mturoonn
'Mr!. T wide 'Pete.1 In thS fl R.
holitt- VeIteti, TAIntts hoft
etpn trhl howv
Mn".,1-Tote tritle 1.1.4 Dege tee
Snooty Tlyntle 141,th, 011A4
of he.: 'ehteneonties "regog.
1,"1 um, rlfrzlt, -f 0144
Trin rIPTIStfrt lifre
D'Amore, evesni. ts In ve vemi.'
mi.' vemi.' hones tho
'rhat lynrrie4 took, .Rob
94.4 Tir, .pfer,whto
recortlin 'enntrtiat. 11)St Cedars
1,A4,
on e' nsitit.4;154111 Nutley. sothor
nf plow "to 41?!oydi peren
ts serinirty. IlLat City of pone
e.o -rxit Tint
tvweod nonpto sn
can go' steady for two
weeks. ,

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POLICE FACE CHARGES
LONDON (UPI rour nolice:
Min Whei eSenee4 truck carrying
rer, 1,eart-macIline to T
rrn, In ,ftroe to salmi life
VtanAmisv "stott trio' on ebarges
driltiott danchiroti-lit 111
to; charges were filPel after a etwilio-molorevetisik
it whih
had hofed wider& to slow the
ogeort nal& gnn'Art.t
4eg and reported the Incident.

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Shad35 Of Du
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m mor or ...II

was reading a ilec'e the otherl in the business, with the best
day hi the Saievepost about young' ball club in the worli behri

Jack Sanford, the Phalle pitcher'
who was named Rookie of the
Year, and the title was "Base-
bail's Oldest Youngster." It took
me back to the files.
Sanford, who beat around the I
minors until he linally -made- lus
major league bow at court at the
age of 28 won 19 games and lost
eight for a-sixth-place team, ind 1
so was dubbed knight. go back
all the way backto a gent in
the same genre., 1
Tho first msler magazinor
slier sold, as a sportswriter, was
to Collier's, now defunct,- and It
was about a fat bald man, nam named
ed named Dutch Leonard. I war paid
400 bucks and had to split it with
Dutch. That was the last into
,l over split a fee with an athlete.
-Dutch, who had rambled around
in all the minor' leaguesV includ including
ing including Three-Eye; was bought-put of
bondage from Atlanta to a. Worse
bondage with the Washington Sen
&tors. Be had acquired some lumps
in the National League, accumul
ated accidents .and appendicitis,
went hack to the leaky roofs, but
he won 15 for Atlanta .and Told
Clark griffith picked him put of
a 'draft for the 1938 eason.'
He said ht Ivai 29' ,atthe time
he arrived in, Washington, which
had t nearly -all-Cuban ball club,
before Cubans !meanie fashiontble.
If he was' 29, I am 29 ,now, and
that is not very, likely. Thirty,five
would have been a, charitable esti.
mate. t ",
.'f,
That first year he' won '12 and
lost 15 for learn that couldn't
have bested a female softball
team. He was losing three.; and
four-hitters, because there 'WAS a
powend lot el ftimbling going .con,
and no hitting,,:whatoever. But
one of h:s first victories Will bver
the youthful Bobby Ireller13 in innings,
nings, innings, score 1-0. And Mr., Feller
had it in them there days.:
The next year (it Isis hero in'
the filesl not even his ovm foam
mates could, boat him. Playing
'for 'a sixth-place' ha ticked'
uo 20 ,gemes., In the sacred cir circis,
cis, circis, he was Wined by Rod Ruf Ruffing,
fing, Ruffing, Bob ,Foller and Buck New Newsem,
sem, Newsem, who was having creel fine
year, -
Dutch ,biat the ,,Xinkees four
straight before they got to him,
and he lost only because the Wash
ingtons amassed 1 fine total' ti1
two runs off Yankee pitchtnt in
TT' innings. With 19 in the bag
he went to the post 'three limes
before he- nicked un the big
He'was pitching four-, 'and five fivehit
hit fivehit ball oll lhe time:
He worked against4Pand'o) wog
T from, the likes of ,Oral
I Hildebrand, Ruffitt Vernon Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Tommy Bridges' and,' ,1 the
still potent, Ted Lyons.' He threw
a knuckle ball that may have been
the 'best, It barely made it to the
plate, but old Rick Ferrell,' ore
of the few 'non:Cubans tot
warout,of action about threedat,'
a week beettuse his ,fingers kept
11,0 Ing busted.
It tuust have been a pretti good
'muckier. because' it kept Oa
Dutchman in business 'for several
years after the last important
and swear, he 'must have beep
50 when he sat down.", '7.
Once in a, while rove' back
to the ancient days-;-ars, elderly
gentleman's privilege and I
wonder what Leonard,' might
have done with a hiting; fielding
team behind him,, if ,ho won 20
,with, that mob, an accumulation
, of castoffs and Venezuelan air,
ates and fugitives from Cuban
sugar to 35 would have
been the mildest, expctanPv
,I remember one he won, 2-1, In
12 innings from T, Buffing ,Nwhen
Big Bed was the sharpest) arm

SE4 IT!
Choose the model
Best sulteeto
y9ur needsi

folks. like DiMag and Rizzuto
and the rest. ,The fat Dutchman
won it all alone, because he beat ",
out 'a bunt the 12th.' More by
accident then intent, he shuffled
to third, on a hit, and thundered
into home on a sacrifice with the
winning run.
This.. was really coming home,'
because Mr. Ruffing was a big
man hi Leonard's neighborhood,
Auburn, M. This was Inocking oft
the
It is possible that Leonard Rot
a raise that year. He was -making
$2,500 with Atlanta 'and came to
the 'Senators for the same price.
At 'his big seasoies end, I swear
he wa miltingall of $13,000 'for
the new year and this included
bonuses. ,
,

BAD FRAC.TiCE CHARGg0 1
4 SINCArOltt CUP) Candidate,
at recent by-election!' used secret
soileties to intimidate voters, te..
stroy posters and attack 'suppor
ers of opponents, a tominission of
inquiry reported today. The com..
mission reemmened cOmoulsory
voting to eliminate torrupt prat.,

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: Panama ii: once more yelling for a right ,to steala, right The theory is that, 'this under. ...ew r eans ervice .. -.,.. --
Primaa. iKeely' emithl!. b e I t I n a
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:; we. would ell -enjoy having. 1 am sure that the merchants. of world business is so vast that
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The stze of this busipbeit is ron . YAQUE .. ' ' s' -- 'May 17 h;-,;;,4h14, ;fl 44--n itne ts,,,', -- .. '- --,,. NO MAKE, READY ....
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. sound of a North American voice. and even: keep th i
e r mer mer,
, mer, , , .:
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ed hi the fact that labor anctie STIrrta
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,, ii chandise tagged' at ridiculously high prices that no resident of
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-,, The few 'individuals in Panatela,: Who rud'their businesses. of Lepke and Gurrab. Today the ,. Also' Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carte .. inn 1,11,,;,, isl,,:,04: irm 1,,,,, 1,.,4,, i ',x ,. -.; 4 t -; ,,--&-i,..; ': .. :
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, which ever. seems to rate the solieltude of 4the roPublio's law-. ,.., ,,'' .L York, NeW, Orleans, Los Angeles,lat traticisco, tiyi.."-, can go.: stalay,,',for two
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, ,.. ing money, and the commissaries will suffer accofdingly. ,..,. - i s '' To New 'York and Return .;,';',.......,, 41, ; $240.00' 1 : :, men who esrorted truek carrying .. , ,,.
' .'; Naturally, Zonians who while shopping round on both sides : It ,i' ' -' '' '.. To Los Anteles and San Francisco -and ,.; .., ot, -rer, 1,eartcnttelltne. to twialt. , .: ti sV,,14 t-, ,--7 ( '','"- '
, ," of the line find prices in Panama stores double or Moe what 0 (--71 . -' 11, t i f L A I 3210 08 --- ""i in ,ftyne to PIMP n ehil'I'l life : : ,:!,- :. k. ;'4,Y.;. '. i .-, .;,;... : .'... s ..
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warm Peninsula" will have quite a inke hetwoori ha hot le 0(.41' New Yorker. in, LIS Vegas Over- Once in a while 1- rove' back ; 7 W) mon, .1CS
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a tryout before challenging Bread- (Blush.) ,, ,- a , ,,, poise and 'other 'song-magic were gentlernknis privileas -,,- and 1 .
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"Blue Opera," is worth yea bent , , , ,I ',.. ', ,.' :' 0,' Jack Entretter's etri v" show As al..' teem behind him, if ,he won 20 ; 1-, ', ,,',
ear. .' ."A Time to, Love and a Of sho currant 97 -. Broadwov. ways delicious) rShiatra d I d n'ti ,with, that mob, an accumulation ' '
rime, to Die"Ils getting'401,-wow Productions -.0 a half-dnzen a r ehave the,.strained and weary ,looki of castoffs and Venezuolan eir,
imildup Brigitte :, Bardot laqnebed exneeted ,in etoran?oy il, Avail., and tension' that' we' recognized ates and aueitives from Cuban
ter career As .it ballerina. ,", Add .Inside stuff: Eva M3rie Saint's durine his Miami ITieach stay. On sugar milli, 30 to 35 would have
was declarations', Clark Gable in- tntimotes coll hor TBIthblea". .'",. tbe'Sands podium he lc. all star been the mildest, expectanev.
lormed an hderVieWer, '"I 'hate The Milsie Hall has t fascinating self-assured and with- one -of the k I remember one be won,, 2-1, In ' ". ,-.4 ' ,-
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diet for Katharine Cornell's."First gamine "from a train winAow. nattyeake to .Aetonin Morelli and -v, , , .. .. , ,. , ,,
born." : ', ", -,,,,, "1,, Softie years tee, we 'nublishod e his crew and Bill Miller, who eon P, kil(
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hits on Broadway. Three have al- was later reIhrinfe4 On reamonett new (to Its) team ,titled Bennett ,' ''
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press agent., Translationv- She in- eatecorY is t'The Muale Man", Martin and Lewis and It 0 w a n ,,- , , ,. , 1 ,
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hony Hony,
, Hony, wood's celluloid "H" bomb "South
Pacific" las been exploded on
,,both coasts and the fall-out from
living rooms to theaters',playing
the film will continue for years of
enchanting evenings. rs,

I was there last summer when
"South Pacific" was filmed on the
, emerald .green Hawaiian island of
Kauai, anchored to a coral reef int
, a sea bluer than Jack B9nny's
eyes., Now yon are there ma; the
big screen Technicplor movie vet.
sion which captures all the charm,
- the, romance. the songs and 'the
laughs of the fabulous Rodgers and
liammerstein,stage -',
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: THE PiCTURE, I'm sure,-:.Will
be aro',ind even-longer, than t-the
will make millions, and will
bring worldwide fame tri its east
,headed by 1,litzi Gaynor and.Ros and.Ros,
, and.Ros, sane- Braze. ,Even if his singing
voice belongs to someone erse, Gio.
Sio ,
t. The, film. alSe, will make 't some
lively .debate between film-, fails
and "South Pacific" stage ',Cult ',Cult,
, ',Cult, Ists. I don't mean 'the film :isn't
,'"South Pacific" because it ts and
ev-fi more fabulous. A
' don't mean either that Mitzi
t. Gaynor isn't our long trloved
, lie, the little hike from,Little Rocil
1' because she is in a different sort
'ef way. For the stage, Ma Ma.ry
.ry Ma.ry Martin (followed by Janet Blair
1,on the road) 'saw te it that Nellie
got the laughs in the songs,' and, In
t dialogue., But for the'' Movie,
, the script and Director Joshua Le Lei
i Lei gan, who Also,direuted the stage
,,productions,, see to it ,that' Nellie
: doesn't ,, Ray, Walston, ne as proled-loving
Seabee Luther Mills,
1' 'wraps pp all of the comedy tn the
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AS' GORGEOUS at the'tropical
.'.'eCenery,,Mttzi strip end acts Up
- a storm creatlng a 4Nellle of her
very OWIlvill almost, three hours
' :;of -screen magic, She is it
so KW; in. fact, she:-will leave
1.- movie audience singitg, "I'm in
Love With aWonderful GIRL."

Even '"Southralific" stage put,'
ists may admit this in Mitzi's fat'-
, or, arguing only that "it't differ differ'
' differ' ent somehowl Perhaps Director
'Login made a wise choice, shift.
.ing the comedy accent from Nellie
to IBMs. Perhaps t'South Pacific"
originally was written that way,
f then changed to spotlight the co co1
1 co1 tnedp' talents, of....Mary':lifictin and
t then Janet Blair. The point, I'm
?sure, will be argued as long as the
; film plays boiling down to wheth.
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t,:"er you prefer Nellie as a !'pure"
hick,' as played by Mitzy, or as a
,Thep" Ikk, as played i)y Mary
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DAVIDRteardo Perez & Cia. COCLEAdonso Jain

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by Erskine Johnson
NEA Stan Corrispondint

The "pure' hick, I believe, will
win the most favor.

BUT FOR THE millions who
did,tand didn't, see the stage pro production,
duction, production, "South ,Pacifit" could
well be their favorite movie of all
time. The film will bring matinee
idol fame to Brazzi, the Italian
heart throb, who plays the French
planter,'. Emile., Debecoue.- T b e
"Happy. Talk" giH, Liat (played
by half-French-half-Chinese France
Nuyen), it as beautifully fragile as
an orchid. Juanita Hall is Bloody
Mary with' the favorite line.- "You
like?" You'll love her, but an ac actor
tor actor a-bit more Jugged than John
Kerr I -thought. would have been
better as, Lieutenant Cable.' You'll
love- everything about the film, in
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tob Hollywoodish about the Boar's
Tooth Ceremonial number. At least
it reminded me sof an overdressed
Las. Vegas, night club production.
BUT LUTHER', BMUS falling
out of that plane, and putting sun.
tan lotion on his fact while wait waiting,
ing, waiting, in a rubber raft, to be rescued
as Jan, shells scream overhead is
pure hysterics. It's one of the ma many
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time one of the, many things mo movie
vie movie fans will use as ammunition in
arguments over the superiority of
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This like a visit,- finally. to
the magic island of Bali Ha'i and
swirls pf musticLcolor, created by
camera filters ,and 'smoke; which
play on the emotions,' like the back
ground musical score, during the
shiging of all those hit songs. Yes,
"South Pacific," produced by Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Adler. is blockbuster,

,,,, A- group orairmein from Aibrook
AFB recently 'provided several at,
ternoons of entertainment for pa-tient;
at Gorgas Hospital.
qn One occasion A-3C Willialti
Mangus entertained the patients
On seven wards with accordion
music. The, following week the
Carib- Blue.4Notes, ',made up of
S.Sgt,,-Seott Waller, A-2C Ronnie
3C Jim Davis and A-3C lim Lewis
of the 77ths. AP"-, Band accompa.
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gave a program of music on wards
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Franklin, A-2C Zdgar Easterly, A.
3C William Milledge, A-2C11. Far.
ouk Abdeen, and A-3C William
Mngus of the 57th Support Squad.
ron, A2C Richard Stiteler, and A
2C Leo Girar4,of Material Squad.
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Arrangements for all of these
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Dunn, Director of the Carib
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Red Cross Director at Gorges

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THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON
ENTERTAIN AT,DLNNER EOR Arostouc DELEGATE
the British Ambassador and 'Lady Henderson gave iii
inner party last evening at the British Embassy in honor
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I Is Excellency The Most Reverend Monseigneur Luis Pun,,
zol Apostolic Delegate. t,.
- Guests included 'LE. The Haitian Ambassador and Mad-
m& Hudicourt;11.E. The Acting Vice-Minister for Foreign
Affairs, Dr. Manuel Mendez Guardia; H.L The Director 91
, State Ceremonial and Frolotal, Lic. Camila Levy lialeedor
.1T.E1 The Vice-Minister of the Fresidencia and Mrs. Gil Bias
Tejelra; ILE. The Bolivian Minister, Dr. Cesar Lataye;.T.E.
The Vice-Minister for Finance and Treasury and Mrs. de de
la Guardia; Mrs. Elsa Heurtematte; Mrs. Magdalena Conte
sle Duque; Mrs. David Newman; KM Sidney Wise; Miss
13eitrice Lyons and Mr. IR. lialliwell.
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Albrook Officers' Wives
Welcome Onto From Brazil
The Albrook Officers! Wive s'
'Club welcomed six visitors from
Brazil at their recent Hail a n d
Farewell Coffee. The ladies who
were guests of Mrs. Truman -IL
Landon were Mrs. C, B. Smyth,
Mrs. C, A. Langford, Mrs., W. L.
tibbons, Mrs. J. A. Miller, Mrs.
R. Eby, and Mrs. 'S. J. O'Lea O'Leary
ry O'Leary Jr...
14,OUr new menners were also
grepted with orchid orsages and
introduced by Mp. James E. Potts
'coffee chairman.l,,They were Mrs.
J. Isl. King, Mrs. Dean R. Rindy,
Mrs. Peyton C. McFarland a n d
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Mrs. Wilbur 41. Stokes, Flowers1
end farewell gilts were presented
to Mrs. E.:J. Bradley, Mrs. Frank
It Krebs, Mrs. John Eastman,
Mrs. John R. Knotteck, Mrs. Lloyd
F. Overton and Mrs.- William D.
Small, Jr. who will be leaving Al Albrook
brook Albrook soon for assignments in lin
States. '
The arrangement on the Toffee
table WaS formed of pink dia.,
wood twined with-lvy and accent.
ed with Easter "jibes. Easter lol
lies adorned the small tables
throughout the room. The flowers
were arranged by Mrs. William
D. McCarthy and -Mrs, Bert L.
Forbis. Presiding at- the coffee

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Donald T., Jones. Mrs.' Paul. Mus-
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Wives- Club -
An Hawaiian salad buffet lunch,
eon was he d in the patio of the
Quarry Heights Officers' Club
Tuesday by the members of ,the
Naval ()Meer" Wives Club:
Mrs. T. Ryan and Mrs. J. East'irood-
selected ,the menu and Mrs,
T. J: Emmett decorated the tables
in a theme appropriate to the en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, which was stringed
by Mrs, H. R. Mitchell. te ,t
Mrs. Ruth Wailes and members
ot thA Hua nt'llawaii Club of Fort
Sobbe performed a series of us ustive
tive ustive hula dances --both old and
modern. Ther used calabashes,
feather gourds, bamboo sticks and
ukulele to accompany-their sing singing
ing singing and dancing. .,. ...
I This luncheon WaS also the e eeaSiOn
eaSiOn eeaSiOn for the e',ection of officers
for the next term. Mrs. T. ftyan
then turned the gavel over to Mrs.
Elmer Moore, the newly elected
president, and presented her yith
a ) typical Hawaiian corsage of.
woodroses. Similar corsages were
givento Mrs. G. 41. Wiles,' the
club's honorary president, and to
the other new officers: Mrs. J. E.
Whitener, vice-president; Mrs. Rt'
TI French, recording' secretarYI
Mrs. R. J. Gartmann, correspond,.
ing secretary; ancl,Mrs. R. C. Veit
Osdol, treasurer. ' '
In recognition of her splendid
work as president Mrs. J. East Eastwood,
wood, Eastwood, outgoing vice-president, pre preselited
selited preselited Mrs. Ryan with a lovely
gift --ii rememberaocc:,frorn the
club. ,i" t ',
Mrs. A. P. Johnson Ot Lexington,
Va., WAS the 'guest Of Mrs; W., H.
Rodiman, Mrs; E. W.- Emerson
came as Mrs. T.. J. Emmett's
guest, and Mrs. A. F. Long accom accomoenied
oenied accomoenied her daughters Mrs. W.
Clark, ,
,Mrs. J. A. Hiegel, welcoming
committee chairman, greeted new
members, Mrs. A. Hayes, Mrs. A.
L. Jefies, Mrs. G. F. Carroll; Mrs.
J. E. Whitener, and Mrs. C. ,S.
;Iy. ,
, Members of the clUb 'aald a re re,
, re, Iuctant farewell to Mrs. D, Hayes,
1 Mrs. C. M. Clifford, Mrs.' G. -F.
Richardson, and Mrs. A. C. Roess RoessDoor
Door RoessDoor prizes (exquisite, pieces of
silver selected by Mrs. II. M, Man Mangels)
gels) Mangels) were won by Mrs. G. H.
, Wales, Mrs. J. Eastwood,'and Mrs.
C. E. Mott.

Announce Birth
;It Daughter
Dr, and Mrs.' triFirrnri7-1:
nama have annquneed the birth
eV a daughter, Elizabeth Xenia,
on Gorgas flospitaL The baby girl
is their second child and first
daughter.

'f:N;ia414Viskii,"(440:40,4,4,4 Subert Turbyfill k Leaves
IT Address fhl,Thete Kappa
ly wish tO rillelaidars or borses Subert Turbyfill, director of
with the windoWX opened With- Speech and 'Drama in the Canal
out mtssing their bairdo, Zone Junior College, left by plane
, yesterday to deliver the Keynote
Here's the way to insure a Address at the National Conven.
lovelY, long-lasting hair dO. tioa of the Phi Theta Kappa fro.,
Spray with Adorn before, not ternity at Brevard College, Bre.'
after, YOU ,c(nub your hair, fold yard, N.C.4)111, Mott Kappa is the
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from your hair and atomize gen- Beta Kappa in four-year colleges
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finger produces a misty; fro, the few college faculty sponsors to
grant spray. Now, with. your have been invited,to be the princi.
COO) you, can push in the waves pal speaker at the National Con.
and coax the curls, just the way vention. The local Junior College
a professional hair stylist would teacher will return in time for his
do. ,f Vi classes on Monday. ;
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iWASHINGTON (LIP--The 11S f
..,,, Court of Arreals yesterday unani- e
i mously uphold the government's t
' right to deny security clearance c
4 to hundreds o' thousands of ,per. t
..i, sons working for priv,ste industryi
:, on de ense contracts- ,'' I
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,:.; risks,. Persons4 denied clearance
.:. are not allowed to see, secret
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- other matters. e 1 ',
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1' the first time since World, War II
4.;.,, that a tourt on the appears level
.: had upheld the government's right
)i, to list mon.government iinployes
., as security risks.
I', But the court cautiOned the ,gov..
, eminent against going overboard
on, the, seerecyquestion because
it soon may have no vorkers to
4 serve it.-,13ut jt added. that,this
il,: was 'a problem to be, SOlved )3y
-.0. the executive ,kranch, not the
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ig., withdrawal- of security' clearance
1, tor ,Wil ism L. Greene Annapolis.
,I-4 Md,, who was ,viee president, and
4 geheral. managr 'of the Engineer,
A ing And Research Porp,,' River,
'.ie' dale, Md... ,,Ii. -4-4 k ,,,...i. '4,i,
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9, ly involved his. former wife, Jean
a.ir Iiinton,-who,wis described by tht
P':..iik Navy-al en- 'ardent' CommOolst;"'
:0 Greene ..divorced her in 19ffl ands,
.:i.4. said. hi did not share, her, views,'
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HONORED AT-THE RECENr Albrook NCO Wives' Club monthly "Cafe Fiesta" 'were,Mesdames
Evelyn BIltler Jan Deemer and Matte self, who are leaving Panama with their husbands for
neyv assignments to military :bases in the Statel.: Approximatel3i 40 club members and guest;
were 'on and to extend good wishes to the honored members who were presented with gifts
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AO Retreat Parade
!Held Al Guhck :
A nn-commissioned officcr re
treat parade was heirt yesterdsi
ift! irosnt itno nhve,
lataletnd.tatGtublaicti;:n4sth
eral years. Adjutant's call was
sounded at .4;30 pan. and ,troons
1 from 13 'Battery of the 76,1th
AAA 'Battalion, Headquarters, and
Headquarters Compant, ,USARCA ,USARCARIB
RIB ,USARCARIB School and C, Company 1st
Battle, Group,,'?0t11,1t,10 ant r Y,
tattsitout under, ,ciafeinand of
eir respective senior NCO's.
An NCO parade differs from
the normal parade in that no
officers participate in command
positiont.,
, Music was furnished by h
I9,h Army Band.
The all-NCO parade was re.
view by Col, Gines perez, Army
Atlantic commander; Lt. Col. Ai Aivie
vie Aivie IA. McDuff, special project of officer;
ficer; officer; Lt. Col. Itobert H. Town.
send. Font Gulick devuty post
commander; M-Sgt. Carney Hart Hartlep,
lep, Hartlep, M.Sgt. Elul 1$. Casanova -and
M--Sgt. Manuel V, VinaW all et
the USARCARIB School.
'', Thy battalion commander for
the parade. was M-Sgt,'', ennis Bo Bonifice.
nifice. Bonifice. The battalion staff 'conit 'conited
ed 'conited of M.Sgt,lirred DeMaio, adju adjutant;
tant; adjutant; M6Et. William Mashburn,
M-Sgt, John L. Borgstrom and
M-Sgt, f.tisselVM. Hammes.

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ROBINSON, Ill; (UP) Slisa
!Joan Frederick, photographer for
the Robinson Daily News, drove
ler jeep right into the middle of
a story. The jeep collided with
another 'car during', a blackout
Caused Inr a transformer explo,
1 itaa at Robinson, power. plant

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exclude him from all secret
projects or lose its government
contract. Greene ad been in
charge of most of the projeds.
The firm said it did not doubt
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, notice fes limitable in title
column' should be submitted!
tvinowtotten tom and milled
the box 'umbel listed daily in So,
cat and' Otherwise.u. or delivered
ey fund ,to the office. Notices et
meetings cannot ho stapled 61
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Atianticside Newcomers' Club
, The -semi annual insta lation
luticheon ,Nitill,be held at 1:30
Thursday at the Hotel Washington.
Rainbow City i' '
Civic Council "1-
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Luis planned special meeting ,tor
al residents on Tuesday,, et the 't
Rainbow City High School at-V.30
p.m. Capt. E. S. Shipley, Chief of
Police, Cristobal District: will be
the special speaker. This is the ,,
first in 41 series of eommunity.edu.
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- , - , - - ' Fort Gulick has announced that a .. '' ', ', t ''' '''''' '-' : '' D 11
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---- at Santa Cruz, Gamboa, on Sstur contest: 'Juan Garton Miro-le,. Address To Ei,,h ,, ,... ., E ,h, b t At us, J
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begin May 13 tor eight weeks'. The Colon resumed oeerattons I a a t .' '.. ' -'' ' ' , 4 -
' day, was voted a .comPlets sue- res Locks. -....- - .,- Admiral -George H. ales witi l The auditorium o he a oa
,s tess. ' '' 1 course will be on high schbol lev- week. rie-10110Wing ofiicers -were,
el. Tho classes wilt meet Tuesday; elected: Sir Knight COMPsnions AL I -'
' it began at 9.1.5 a m with A-Supply and Community Service meeting of the Tower Club of the. o!, the, annual exhibit of the Arts
nd Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. ', 4, Beauty' 'Products.' ',:' ... --. ...' -
- lorful parade of all particirat- Bureau, 2) Health (Bureau and Catheoral of St.-Luke.; Ancon, on and Cra, its. group of t.ite., B.slhoiti a
, co
) ing bureaus, and divisions of the 3) -. Healthy Baby eontest. ,, Alonday evenmg, April 21.- The Woman a t,lue. lite arustica ty ar. , 0 , , Ions Ilart, Emieent Grand Mas-1 ,,-..,
panams- canal Company Govern industrial First 'Aid Comest: 1, meeting, Whichlwillhe held in Bi- ranged display ,which 0 ned at ' -, ,, . ?' -, ter:- Stanley, G, Wallace, -Deputy .:. -.,.. . .,- ,,, .. ..
- MI isenied -; Forces:. persomieL Grand -Master; Harry IL i ,, Abra --., ,, . V '' '' ''. ''. 1
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1 2 their dependents and -armed serv, hams' Grand Senior Deacon; Cll. t,
, and ed by a roest beef dinner served terested spectators, until
re. timeat, 9 a.m.., ,
., , e esle- ice civilians ore ergi ible to enrol, ford 'Bennett,' Grand Junior Dee- ; -, ..... '.'"'.. ,, -
I en '' satinet 'Boy- and tor Transportation Divisioe
, orces and Intere
' t un;,a of she U.S. t Armed -Maintenance Division,. 2; -. Mo- shoP Morris Ha I, will be preceect 10 am, drew'; large grotip of In.
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' tions;and a U.S. Army I Band. Machete Cutting .eootesti, 1) -- servationa b calling Mr. and Mrs. s .
be Y t 2.8304. 11 d -,beautiliti cut work' tablecloth', Education, Center, .building 203 Secretary; Pedro ; S.:, IlwarwoorL ...- .
' From the Gamboa railroad station Jose Fuentes Madden Dam Ily- Dwiscom a r.-, lin representing three years- work by Fort Gulick., Phone 08-200 for in.: Grand Treasurer;- Allan MacLean; - 1, .
' Mrs.-, Warren at- 2-3706 or the Ca.
. , a member,'covered the grand pia, g , Grand Inner Sentinel; Leroy-Reac ,.
formation and re istration ',. ,, ',..- ; t ,' ..'' i .
Now contains VITAMIN A anti HORMONES .. :' '
. the parade Moved to ,the Santa dro,graphic, Section
. Cruz School, where, 10110.,vhig- the Safety Poster Ce.nteitto, 1. tE. 'thedral Oflice.2.765k ,'
f . -,. tio'and arranged on tables around ,,,..,. ,. ,, ford,. Grand Outer Sentmel; Eusi ., ...
flag raising ceremony,-art interest. ric Beathwaite,2) -, Morris Tett : ,, . -. , the walls were bateas; copper pic. second prize' a -copper picture 'wai
' 'ing program w'as 'held at-the San.' waile and I) h.- Ikichard. Mt le Lr 1-4,.. ., ....... .. ,,
, tures; ceramics, a golden stirruir,
won by Mrs Aen Hill of S it
umm ace Bowen, Grand Prelate; Clar., , -- ' f ' k. .. s f
ence Markland and Arthur EVana,, k or s ms o !very age t. .. .,,. ,...
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, ta- Cruz the-ater: '-, - ',The day's pnogram was sponsor- M and M 0G
. '., ', textile painted articles; copper Sr., Grarid Trustees. .. ', : r -., - 'f ,. -. 5. ..
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a pa o a ngs, ir pr ze, , ." ,.. -
vase inge- was won by Mrs. T. E..Cole of A, "'This 'new' adminlstr-ation will be t,'-...., .. -
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Highlighting tbe prograM w e r e ed under the auspices of the Sin- talve For Memo :
planters, lamp 'and a
lin eloquent address' on safety by ta Cruz Civic- Council. headed by 1,1r. and Mrs. Howard Ge of Cu. te-ously fashioned sith I bott'e; 'a
low cases wet won.by Mrs; Bertha
mador, In thesraille the pair of pil- :. ' i
b thv ngilin g d t
Supply and Community' -Sevice Di- Miss Violet, Henry.4' and Kenneth or Odu are lea I to i bt (or Mee' large display of jewelry tiling na- t lite "Frater- .., -; ,. ." ...- - r
installed Sunday, 's t 5 .. ... , . ,. '' ; 1 '
w ere ey w spen a wo nity. Hall"- Colon,. beginmng a -.- ' ,, .. ., 1, '.. 1, : .
'', rector L.,' A. Ferguson, who -via s Houghton. With chairinan Clarence .1co
eeks v:scatton.-.1-'.. tive stor.es; braided rugs and ma, n t
tate, the copner pictire by Mr. C. ,' --. , '. a111.. Tickets '.for' the
, introduced by' Warren J. -' Smith, Sampson' and the:peronnel et the. w ..."'. ,,- ". :.', ny other examples of the versatih. E. Hill,"the bracelet by Mrs.' El. 'P.41''''' ', ', - ' -'
- Chief, Safety sEranch; 'selections Safety CoMmittee they. took'ocCa4 :: . 777-- .' ,,,,, ..,', ; ty and artistic ability of the grour. .:.., : .-11' coneert of the
len Raverstock,' an,c1 'the necklace '.All Sir-Knight Companion' in good
-. by, the Army' Band, and ', vocal 'sion to ecprese their sincere, sp- Miss Rita Surrell Will -1- ,, i Tea svas served at a large tab e - ,'- '' af,pj .. PHILARMONIC
bs,Preddie Weade. Nunibers were standing with their respectiVe En
' renditions by the Fine Arts:Chi:Sr- preciation to. all thoseey,
I wcontrilli)dut. Mariy, Mr, Aitysrte .B. 'Cent!, whIch had astt decoration a Miley .drawn by Susan Willenbrock.' campments ere invited.
- al Group directed,. hY -', maurice vidually and collec .. Mr. and, Mrs. Enrique G., Bur Po e with dolls as the dance - ., .. , ,, ,-, .. ill sCf)- ORCHESTRA of
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.; Heywood. A "First Aid ,Actie ni eci.th field day,,..., :,. ,.. reit of Golf Heights have announc. each one bolding a different. col. ',L , ,.
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11 Song" by D'Elman Clarke, waa ;-. -..,.. -,, .,,.,.,.., ed the engagement of their daugh. ored ribbon. Pi& coral Vine was 7,-..----77-7-7,.-- -, , April are- ,now :
,., given a rousing applause. e
z 14 's I Csal.bes- i ter, Miss Ritg Burrell, to Mr.. Al, entwined about the MarPole. Card -,',.', ..."; -,-;.' : '' ; ,,. I. , ,, ,,,. ...,:' ', .. -,' .. ,. ''. 2; -- ...,-. --;- '... ,1 .,.., ''''.., . ,- on sale here; '. ..
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- tion by the. Rev. John Spear and . ... .. , .- sMrs, Leonardo Conte of Panama. room for those taking tea. .-.. TOMORROW SATURDAY - ..'
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1... ended 'with the Rev..A. W. "wk D.11 h ". ll'illds-: ...,.
As, Queen of the J958 Carnival, The door and raffle prizes' were ', 's-.,.. .. ,,.' : . -,, ; ..,;.,, - PANAMA '.: ''. 'COLON .: ' ... (
' Offering the benediction. .. ii, e Se '14 1 ','. Miss Burrell mede appearances in 'won on the following perans; First :g. -- Q. .. ' r : .' I. ,' ''' :- ; : -. , i'''. -:'":.. .-- '. i s '' ' '
s., ,r The rest 'of- the clay was devot. ., , ,,, Abe Canal Zone during the Canal- ,deor,rize, a ea.naryovas won bY ., ,,:,- ,,,,s t 1
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. d.,to contests and demonstrations la!,11. s.,-,.,1 I .e yst,se!son.,, : ,...-. 7,-, ,:.,,.,-,.. :,:.'..Mrs. Toni ,Raymond of ..Curundu, 1. .!,-. ; :. -..,.; ., ., ... 7 r .. .... 4, -., , ,- -..' .7- i , -
' of i the varied exhibits oft display 1111 42 C2 1,i .,',
c )ays --' .,,," '' 4 .1. ' ''' :. ,.'7 :''''' .Y..-. -::.::. .'t ..--.. ., '. .;t '
- around ,tha field' treaand induct. ,, .., -, !. ,., ,-; . u., 1 ,, . .. , .. 1 .. , .... ,. ,. 1.. ... ,..; , .. ,.. . ,...... .. ,... . .1 .. .. (
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' ., 'id: Line throwing, first'aid, spike : ;,,-...'
LOA yON -(UF)4Frimi Minister - ' J.: .- I. '- Ch. . '.':.1;;' '.--''.. - '' ' ':-..-
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. healthy, baby. contests -, I c 4. .,, ,
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' -Tbelealto,r, baby contest, which
. out i, alt.', measures...practiced, by .:.'.;;', .', ,r, i -'' .-' i,: :--..- ., .,. ,,,,: --. ,, : '.. ',' : .' ,,-. -. , .. ,'. : ....-, ...,, z ,.,--. .,, ,,,. ... .,, ,. ,
a ,., '? was sponsored, b,y the International bombers based lit, ,'the rUnited !''''.' '- .:e Drapery &Slipcover...-. :-''', '" : ,--'
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,-.. Girl Scouts, was won by ;manager Steles and',Canada in resPcInse to ''," '.' '...: -..' .'!',- ' '... .. r SA (0 a van age 5 '..- ,,-.' i--,
,,, and Mrs.' John-Small of the San art, radar warning system. ', -, ., ,..,..- ,, I k-,,,,, ,.' -, ... ,!: , .
- ta Cruz Service Center, whose, 9 ,, lie mode,'this .. statement in' the ",'" .' r .' -''' 4 ', .,:-.,-:. .:...., -- :' 1 , ., i; it ,,,,.; ..... ...--',. -. -,
i : friOntheld 'daughter, Camilla, was 'louse' of, Commons in reply'. to f. ,. .... ..4,.., ., t' .' ''. ;
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, adjudged the mospheelthy. baby 'questione whether,Britain might '7:. .' ., ; ' , .. .' ,:-. ,
. ,. Ira the Santa Cruz -etimmimity, '''''' not find b erself ,, involved in a
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!-.. ',Successful divisional teams and third .world ,war' triggered by a e., I 1 oll Dresses and Undervear -'''''
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. Individual participants In the colt- false' alert 'of the, North Ameri, ''' -.,-Cut-tp-measure'TII-AVERSE RQD,S .,;, ,.. --"- ... 13
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tests sre as followi ': -'':' 1 at) -radar warning -Syltem. ,,,,,. -' '''..- - y .' ; ..
' ''... ''-' -' -'-'' and TRACKS -- , -, .- .. ,-,
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.,. ,, Industrial ,' Exhibits: -1) .-i-4 En- )1. svotildtiot expect to -be it, ., : .,: ' - ' ' '' '" ',"
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' gineeririg .1nd Conitruction Bit. foemed of the day ,t0 day opera. ,,- '-,..-.-,..- , ., : ..,,..,.........,..... -,,. ,,..., ..
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-, rein, 2) ;,;,Mitrine Bureau and. 3) tions and measnrea for defense in .:.,..,,- .;.,..... '. ''. DECORACIOINES ,-., .,. . if .. . , ..........,
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1)..... Paraiso team, 2) .- Rainbow between the RAF and USAF but . I
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, -,, ., . Panama s center for fine international cuisine i
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, bovs. .. -,, ,- ,--. :.: tegio Air Command, of America in .: :. - '' ,' ----- ..-., ). ,. '-.. Panama Only :.. .
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,,,,,t Spike Driving ,Contestf11' -E response )to the, warnings, of the No. 5 VIA. ,ESPARA .. ..,. : ... Tel. 2-194 ., .. I :. 1 ,..-,. :, ..,. -:.. ,,,,, ..' ',. .
- -. lir Bultrag0 -best, 2) -, Prospe North American Radar- system, of -- ... --- ,... '.,.. prepared with Kide under the, ..,.:' i
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',:" r Cordova ..w- fastest and SY -At whichsaccounte. have appeared in ,
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'''' ', lantie --' festest teant. - .' the press are .110t practiced 'by '!' (7. ''''' '". -. . ' ,-.. -. ' .
, American boinbers based in Brit-. ,.. .. ,,.... .,,,, .,. '. ,,.., ,,, ,,,, ,-. '. ,,- .. .- ..-,J ,... .. i . ,. . .., :..-. ., i. .. '..' ',. --'end enjoyed to the strains of Panama's best- ..'
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- with the exciting.. Spanish. dancing ,-
: ,, ,- ,,..,,...,, . ,,,,, ,,,,..,.'opmb loads:following false alarms ....' ",. -;..,1, tce ,.1.,, 1 ,' ,.,- i 1., .1. :,, -. th, ,,,,..., .-.., ''-;''''' ""1 l ' I ,-"1 .' .1
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a ar,. :., -I-. ...." .., J. . ,. ,' t ,, .... ,, ,' .. twice nightly .' .,,.-... .. :
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. s detonlot hands. Its pone Wolin fettle , ... :-. ,. : ,, ...-". ,,,p, ...., .1 .. , :,
'.,: ': trumpe soh" e he still ,needed to !,.,-...Ary, parched Aim , ,,, -.,,... ,.... : .:,. ., .., .., ., : A ,.,..,. ,.. 1. ,, ...., ..., .,,,.... ,..,..-, :,,,., ,';.'-.., ' ..1... '', :. ,,.,, ......., ,i, ..- .....:,,,,...1- , i ... ,. ., ',...-. ,,, 1 ::
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o'...., ' NOW' Seta led a lew diamond ,',4i- :.-,'''' ...,, '1,1' .", '7 ' ,''.. ', 7 .' 4 1 .' .- 0 ''',,, "a .. '' .,'' ' ' : ' '' ' ' '''
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), it) diamond and ibe only way--te ''-: ; "- ' I. .' .' L.'. ", 'i . . .
... ,'5itt beck swas to ruff a head.; ,;, ....",''.. n..,' .-1' '4,,,,,.. '', :',. : .- '''''',,,, '" ',' ',' '- ' .. .-', .,. .: get a ; ,,. r .z.,,,,, ,.
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'rhe 41,11 r -ty Field Day, held; Locks Division UNE Throwins
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at Santa Cruz, Gamboa, on Satur contest: Juan Gartan mit, LAI.
day, WaS voted a complete suc- res Locks. -
is tess. : , Community Service exhibits: MI
It began at 8;18 a.m. with' a --Supply aed Community Service
Colorful parade of all participat- Bureau, 2) Health (Bureau anct
ing bureaus and divisions of the 3) Healthy Baby contest.-
i Panama canal Company Govern industrial First Alit Comest: 1;
. ent, wilts of the U.S. tArtned Maintenance Division,1 2; ---, Mo Mo.
. Mo. orces and International Boy. and tor Transportation Division And
. irI Scouts and civic-, organizs- 3) --. Supply DiViaiOn. ;-
E
tions,', and a U.S. Army Dan& Machete Cutting Contest: 1) --
- From the Gamboa railroad station Jose Fuentes Madden Dam 1-1y,
the parade Moved to the Santa drographic Section,
Cruz School, where, following- the Safety Poster Contest: 1) E E.
. E. flag raising ceremony;an interest- ric Brathwaite,,2) ---, Morris Brett:,
a ing program was lield ar the San- waite and I) '-'..- Richard, Millett.
ta- Cruz theater: .- The dat's program was sponsor sponsor:
: sponsor: Highlighting tbe program w ere ed under the auspices of the Sin Sinlin
lin Sinlin eloquent address' on safety by ta Cruz Civic Council headed by
- Suppli and Communitr Sevice Di- Miss Violet, Henry A and Kenneth
))( rector th A. Ferguson, who via s Houghton. With chairinan Clarencel
, introduced 'by Warren J. Smith. Sampson- and the:personnel of the
Chief, Safety iBranch; aelections Safety Committee they took'occa took'occa-
- took'occa- by, the Army Band, and vocal sion to exprest their sincere sp.
renditions by the Fine Arts Chdr- preciation to aW those who indi indi-
- indi- al Group directed by ,, 1Vlaurice vidually anecollectively contribut contribut,
, contribut, Heywood. A "First Aid Actin ni ed the field day,. -
1 "' Song" by D'Elman Clarke,, was i , .
, given a rousing annisuse I 1 I C 0.413 o'
3 1, The program began with:Wuxi illix ePr' r 4
,N, .4,,,
tion by the Rev. John Spear and ,
,, ended witli the Rev. A. W. Crooks
- Offering the benediction. - ,, !al; 15 r
D'tleilse Illiods
. ,.- The ,rest of the day was devot, , ,, , .,
. edto contests end demonstrations Inv
' of, the- varied exhibits oft ,display d ; .. w I l;, ..
r I 'I.c Says
,- around the field area, and includ. .: .,:, F . i 1
' ed: Line throwing, first aid, spike ;,,,,,
IPA uON (UP)4Primi Minister 1
, driving,,, machete , cutting. and amid macmillan said ,yesterday
. healthy, baby contests f
':. that Britisbbased,U,,S, and Brit Brit.
. Brit. -,. ' ish nuclear bombers do aOt Carry
WWII out au pleasures practiced, bY
' Thosealthy, baby conteat,
!b. '' was sponsored b,y the International bombers based lir, the ;United
-- Girl Scouts, was WOR by ,manager States and' Canada in respcinse to
. .' '-, and Mrs. John-Small of t,he San all, radar 'warning system. ,
ta Cruz Service Center, whosod 0 d He made. this statement in' ,the
. : InOnth-eld daughter Camilla, was Iloui;' or Commons in reply'. to
' ,, adjudged the most?.healthy haby 0uestione whether Britain might
v in the Santa Cruz etimmilnitv :'''' not find b erself involved in a
. Successful divisional teams and third .world war n triggered by ,it
' individual,partimpants In the con- false' alarm of the, North Ameri.
- teats are Ita followsi , , ,, , aa radar warning Syltem. ,,.
, industrial 'Exhibits: 1) w-, En- NI woUld. not expect to -be in..
, gineering and Conitruction 1 Bu- formed Of the day to day opera.
, rean, 2) ,''..;, Marine Bureau and 3) tions and meastxes for defense in
4 ', ,I.J.S., Natoli - t, -f. ', '1 the U.S.," ,MacMillan said, "There
' ivil Defense Firif AidContest: lit close 4 operational coordination
., IV-- Paraiso team, 2) Rainbow between the RAF and USAF but
. C4y, team 114 3) Santa CM all measures taken by' the Stra
boYa -- f", '' tegio Air Command of ,Ameriet In
.,t: Spike Driving ,Centest: 1Y, E response to the, warningo of the
. ligio Buitrag0 --best, 2) -4 Prospe- North Atnerican Radar system, of
' roi Cordova --, fastest and 8) At which ,accountS have appeared in
, logic festest team. the press are not practiced 'bY

mid the nela area ann
Line throwing, first aid, spike ',dr.
IPA LION (UP i4Primi Minister
enc., machete ,, cutting. and Harold. Macmillan said ,yesterday
Ay, babY tontesta ,
k' that British.based,U,,S. and Brit.
-,' ish nuclear bombers do Dot carry
be,healtuy baby contest, which out au measures practiced, bY
s sponsored by the International bombers based lit, the ;United
1 Scouts, was won by manager States and' Canada in resPcinse to
I Mrs. John-Small of the San an,radar 'warning system. ',
Cruz Service Center, whosed 0 dile made. tMsstetement in' the
nth-eld daughter Camilla, was Iloui;'. or Commons in reply' to
udged the meet?lieelthy babY Miestiona whether Britain might
the Santa Cruz eemmunity '''' not find b erself involved in a
uccessful divisional teams and third .world,war' triggered by a
ividual,partimpants In the con- false' alarm of the North Alpert.
ts are as followsi , ' ao radar warning Syltem. ',.
I:dust-del Exhibits: 1) .d.., En- l'I woUld- not expect to -be in.
eering snd Conitruction ; Bu formed Of the day tO day opera.
u, 2) ,''.-.1 Marine Bureau and 8) tions and measures for defense in
LS.. Nevi' -' .-. I.' -f. .. '1 the U.S" ,Macmillan Said, "There
ivil Defense First AidCentest: In- close 4 operational coordination
-- Paraiso team, 2) Rainbow between the RAF and USAF but
Y, team and 3) Santa CTUZ all measures taken by' the Stra.
rs. '" -, ' tegio Air Command of ,America In
elks DrivincCentest: 1T -E response to the, warnings of the
o Bultrago best, 2) ---, Prospe- North American Radar- system, of
Cordova ,.-- fastest and 8) At which s.accountS have appeared in
tic fastest team. the press, are not, practiced bY
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kb lop k- ain or by RAF bombers." ,,,
t. 61" to.L Macmillan, WAS' referring to a
?mut recent ,dispatch by United Press
1. u crirt....),, ..o P.esidem F;ank H. Bartholomew
-- .,..--,A4-- t D .1 AN describing how U.S. strategic
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' H' 'bomb -loads 'following false alarms
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A. Si ,OSifALD jACOBY ; known a "fail safe" by which
' Writteo, for NEA Sorvice bombers woUld thrn back to their
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Ix-, JOS 10$0, A lame ,beeause he drew
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-,'' In today's hand South lost game
. snd rubber iseceuie he needed a
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) South ruffed the second club lead
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' when, West i h, 0 w e d out. ', He
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'', , Se did that and leti, diamond'.
, rest went'up with the king and
- led .11: third' ,club -,' which forced
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,) South had loct game ,and rubber.-
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, wee, lo with, the ace ofdiamonds,
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i io with the.last trump he, would,
,,,i have'bad to lead a heart,to 'dum-.
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f, Akom Usos Mexona OP Me
Mauna proninte4 diapor rash to over
93 of hospital cotes testoci I NO ordiv
1,,! nary powdc4 it's medicated. antiseptic.
has absorbent cornstarch bass. Clinp
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Admire! s V,11
Address Tower Cli.la ,
Admiral George H. Wa lei will
be the guest speaker at the April
meeting of the Tower CI lib of the
Catheoral of St. Luke,' Ancon, on
Alonday evening, April 21.- .rhe
meeting, which will be held in Bi Bishop
shop Bishop Murris Hall, will be preceed preceeded
ed preceeded by a roast beef dinner served
at 6:30. Members niiiy Anake re reservations
servations reservations by calling Mr. and Mrs.
Donscombe at 2.6304; Mr. a n d
Mrs. Warren at 23706 or the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral Office 2-76s&

Mr. end Mrs; Goo
Leave Per Mexico s
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gee of Cu.
rundu are leaving tonight for Mex.
leo where they will spend two
weeks vacation.- 1.
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Miss Rita Burrell Will r,
Mariy Mr, Aiterte B. Conte
Mr. and, Mrs Enrique G.' But,
rell of Goll Heights have announe.
ed the engagement of their daugh.
ter, MiS3 Rita Burrell, to M:. Al.
1)rto 11,'Conte,. scitt of Mr. and
Mrs, Leonardo Conte of Panama.
As,Queen of the J958 Carnival.
Miss Burrell made appearances in
the Canal Zone during the Carni Carnival
val Carnival OHM :

- 'Drapery Cr Slipctiver
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Dealers in KIRSCAT
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E aIbea Woman's Club I
Exhibit At U.S.O.Jwa .1
The auditorium of the Balboa
LSO-.1Wlit was the scene yesterclay
a.4, the annual exhibit of the Arts
and Crane Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club. The artistica ly ar.
ranged display, 'which opened at
a.m., drew a large group or in.
terested spectators, until closing
time at am,
-
A, beautiful cut work tablecloth',
representin; three years work by
a member, covered the grand pia,
no and arranged on tables around
the walls were bateas; copper pic.
tures; ceramics, a golden stirrtilr,
textile painted articles; copper
planters, lamp and a vase inge ingete.ously
te.ously ingete.ously fashioned Rh a botte;
large display of jewelry luting na native
tive native stor.es; braided rugs and Ma Many
ny Many olher examples of the versatih.
ty and artistic ability of the group.
Tea was served at a large table
which had as a decoration a litay
Pole with dolls as the dancers,
each ene bolding a different. col.
,ored ribbon. Pinir coral vine Walt
entwined about the May Tole. Card
tables were set up throughout the
room for those taking tea.
The door and raffle prizes were
'won on the following perms: First
Idoor,prize, eanary,.was WOn by
.Mrs. Toni Raymond of Curunda,

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Os SHOES' '"De Lisa" and :"Sandier":1-
irorri 5.QO
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O BLOUSES
O SKIRTS ,
O CHILDREN'S DRESSES '
, AT FANTASTIC REDUCTIO

ickens

Tasty bites of plumNsweet clucke
nourishmg egg

''noodles; oked'viTit
Campbell care in
gol4en chicken broth!

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Tyr.:".7, Geometry
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Will Open May 13
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run bums nes announced tnat a r .t.
new group study c ass in brginning The" Al6ha Grand Chnstian tn.
typing and plane geometry, will campment No; 1, 100M, FS, of
begin May 13 tor eight weeks. The Colon, resumed operations lift
course via be on high schbol lev- week. The following officers were
el. Tho classes wilt meet Tuesdays elected: Sir Knight Companions ALI
and Thursdays from 7 tO 9 p.m. Ions Mart, Eminent Grand Mas Mas'
' Mas' ter:- Stanley-- G. Wallace, -Deputy
,MI Armed ; Forces: 'Personnel-, Grand Master; Harry H. Abra
their dependents and armed serif. hams; Grand Senior Deacon; Clif Clifice
ice Clifice civilians are eligible to enrol, ford Bennett,' Grand 'Junior Dea DeaClasses
Classes DeaClasses will be' held at the Army eon; Osborne C. Quarless, Grand
Educatioir Center, tuilding 203 Secretary; Pedro ; S.,, liwarwood.
Fort Gulick. Phone 08-300 for inGrand Treasurer;- Allan MacLean.
formation and registration. Grand Inner Sentinel; Leroy Roach

Fort Gulick has announced that a
second prize, a co9per picture, was
won by Mrs., Ann Hill of Summit,
and a pair ot earings, third prize,
was won by Mrs. T. E.Sole of A Amador
mador Amador In the zalfie the pair of pil pillow
low pillow cases wilt won.by Mrs. Bertha
Pate, the copper picture by Mr. C.
E. Hill,'the bracelet by Mrs. El Ellen
len Ellen Baverstock,s an,d the necklace
1,Preddie Weade. Nunibers were
drawn by Susan Willenbrock.

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ter:- stantey Lt. wattace. peputy
Grand Master; Harry H.,. Abra
hams; Grand Senior Deacon; Clif Cliflord
lord Cliflord Bennett,' Grand Junior Dea Deacon;
con; Deacon; psborne C. Quarless, Grand
Secretary; Pedro ; S-,, Bwarwood.
Grand Treasurer; Allan MacLean MacLeanGrand
Grand MacLeanGrand Inner Sentinel; Leroy Roach
ford,. Grand Outer Sentinel; Eust
ace Bowen, Grand Prelate; Oar.
ence Markland and Arthur Evans,
Sr-, Grand Trustees.
' 718 :new adminlstiation will be
installed Sunday, It the "Frater "Fraternity
nity "Fraternity Ball," Colon, beginning at 5
Sir'Knight Companions In good
standing with their respectiVe En.
campments are invited-
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"food and drink"
when served
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THE BELLA VISTA

Yana Ma's center for fine international cuisine
prepared with pride under the
s, ,-knowing eye of Chef Rastello..
'and enjoyed to the strains' of Panama's best
,
, Clarence Martin's Orchestral

with the exciting Spanish dancing
, twice nightly
GOY REYES and PEPITA ORTEGA.
Closed Mondays. )

0 700 ,,,,,,
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PRICED
AS LOW AS..

Tickets tor the
condert ot the
PHILARMONIC
ORCHESTRA ot
NEW YORK ort.
the ,29th o t
April are- now
- on sale here.



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, Also:'
, .. TOUR GUNS TO
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with Rory Calhoun

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Jack Harshman Hurls u o
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roofvoitt lloolol retool41)ot
AtOss4.1o ISofor' ; ordloory bowls!
some 114 Is loss than 4 oz.

t-need water onl)r 3 times a year
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AuiaLita "Staefor latter:as have
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verve of ordinary battariat and
need water only 3 News e yaar
After. anent evesiaration Auto-liteIke.
fur plates -aro' fully'eoverecl
and odive 'oat ortlinity plates
'aro experad and Oadialy inactive.'

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LONGER LIM MOM ALITOLITS STAFIA SAft 1111 s
;(Auto-ilte "Sta-ful" Batter le! have fibre-glass Insulation te
keep power-producing materuds. in place anti assure longer life., I
, lead buihings arnmoulded and welded-to tAtrinhial. 1
'posts and connectors to prevent ,acid seepttgc and corrosion. ,,
the vial-fill vents, which hulicati Auld level in the batterh I
revent "spilling-over." 4 sis,"0 romi, ear nee. 1

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Ave. II (Jos Pea de la Om) No.-'411-15Tels. 3,4711.4 & S-3051-.
ORDERS FROM THE PROVINCES AND, GAS STATIONS
, RILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE AT,TENTION
.

:By 1111IL-TON RICHMAN,

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NEW YORK, April 18 (UP) 'Everyone
' thought Paul Richards shpped his clutch 'when he
,
dealt for a pitcher with a shpped disc, but that pitch pitch.
. pitch. ,
er: southpaw Jack Harshmap, -- enabled the Bal-,
timore Orioles to shp quietly into first place in the
American League today. s -y
Harshman, whpse back Was such and Preston Ward along with Verti Vertia
a Vertia question mark that he didn't a, on's two-out double proved h I s
ign a formal BaltiMOTe contract downfall. Rookie Jim (Mudcat)
, last week, vindicated Rich- Grant- went the route for Cleve.
ads' judgement last night with a land and yielded eight hits.
nifty relief performance that earn- D 1.1 Long's sacrifice- foL
ed him the victory in a 4-0 triumph towing' singles by Walt Moryn
, over 'the Washington Senators., and Bobby Thomson in ,,,t h
Wearing special corset for sup. eighth inning, scored the r u n
port, 'Harsbman came to the re- that give the Cubs their, second
scue of rookie Milt Pappas in the victory In a- row over the Cards.
fourth inMng with two men on and Chicagq manager Bob Scheffing
' one out. He limited Washington to used three pitchers, starter Glenn
one single the rest of the way to Hobble winding up with the victo victogain
gain victogain his first win for the Orioles rY.' John Goryl homered off loser
Lindy McDantel.Stan Musial had
since they obtained him from the
a homer and a single;ythereby
White Sox last Dec. 2.
Home runs by Gus Trianclos and breaking Mel Ott's national league
' Brooks Robinson helped the Oriol. record for total 'bases. ft Musial's
es to their second straight victory two hits inereased his total bases
to 5,048. Ott's reeord tvas 5,041.
which left them the only unbeaten
Rookie. third baseman Jim DO DOteam
team DOteam in the league.
enport ripped out four hits tit the
'The'Yankees defeated the Red
Sox,-3-1; the, White Sox edged the Giants' triumnh over N Don New,
combe of the Dodgers.' Newcombe,
Tigers, 4-3, and the Indians nipped
charged with San Francisco's first
the Athletics, 4-2.
, , five runs,' left, the game in t h e
fourth because of a pulled muscle
Th. titibtly.regarded Cubs bounc
od to the top of the National in his back.' Southpaw Johnny An Antonelli
tonelli Antonelli started for the Giants but
League standings with a 4-3 vic.
the victory ,went to Curt Barclay,
tory ever the Cardinals; t h e
who relieved. him In the fourth.
, Giants beat the Dodgers, 7-4, and
the Braves defeated the Pirates, Gino Cimoli homered for the Dod Dodo,
o, Dodo, in the Indy ether games gers stile Bob Schmidt connected
- for the GianteThe game drew on.
' scheduled.
, ly 12,520 fans at Seals Stadium
-Johnny Rucks of the Yanks held compared with the' crowds of bet bet-
- bet- the Red Sox to seven, hits a n d ter than 20,000 which witnessed the
blanked them until the ninth when first two encounters.
Jackie Jensen unloaded his third Eddie Mathews continued h s
, homer of the season. Pete Runnels spectsculat slugging ,f,or b e
collected four of Boston's ,- other Braves, driving -in five Of their
hits. runs against the Pirates with his
-Mickey' Mantle's first hit of the third and fourth homers of t h e
season was a towering homer off year. Lew Burdette, meanwhile,
, loser Tom Brewer in the fifth in- held the Pirates to seven bits and
,,, fling. Ted Williams made his first didn't walk' a batter. The Pirates
appearance as a pinch hitter in gave Burdette almost as little
,the eighth and ,grounded- out. trouble tas the, Yankees,,,He beat
Harly Wynn t chalked up the the HuM4fivi timeeihtryear.
White Sox' first victory of the sea-
so", although Gerry Staley was NO INTERFERENCE '-,
--- called in to check the Tigers from , t"' ,
the seventh on, Ex-Tiger Bubba HOUSTON, 'Tex. fllEA)--: 'tarry
' Phillips drove. in what proved to Ducat,. Itioe football 'star, report reportbe
be reportbe the winning rtin in the sixth af- ed for track, in which he hasn't
ter M Smith bad driven in a pair competed since his sophomore
of Tuns for Chicago earlier in the year in 'high school,'where he did
contest off loser Frank Lary. Reno 19.8 in the low hurdles.
Bertola homered for Detroit. ,
Mickey Vernon's pinch -double NASCP3r500'5,:rq
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' that gave thelndians theh' first DAYTONA BEACH: Fla.--(NEA)
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Duke Maas, aided by Bob Cerv's added to NASCAR's gchedulein
homer, nursed a 2-1 lead until the Trenton, N..7,, May 30, and Riv Riv-
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CHICAGO Middleweight
Bobby Boyd gOt cute but he didn't
get hurt, and his manager be.
lieVed today he might be'ready
for a "keep 'active"- campuign
leading to a title chince.
Boyd 'defeated Neal Rivers,' 8th
ranked by the' National Boxing
Association, by- an overwhelming
margin in Wednesday, night's TV
bout, and the referee and both
judges gave -him no worse than
an even break, in every 'round,
scoring -him the maximum 50
points for the bout.'
But manager Bernie Glickniun
couldn't rate him that highly.
-"He got cute in the last round
and hrew about 20 punches,",.. he
said.."I told him not, to take any
chances.' He had the fight won,
land hewouldn't get any more for
knocking the,guy out4 But one
right hand, and he migh be out
of there." c- -s
Boyd was blue' "te, his peak
against Rivers, but the latter, who
had a threeeight 'winning streak
broken' by his seventh defeat in
48' bouts, wasn't in peak form.
"He got a ,nose bleed in the third
or fourth round,." Manager Norm
Lockwood explamed,',1'and it 4co 4coagulated
agulated 4coagulated and Interfered.with his
breathing."
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Boyd was complimentary tolls
foe. 'Man," be Said,1"he can hit.
He was puOching me in the body
hard, and 1;-didri't ,want!any: of
that. But he never hit. me good
enough to ,duze "me. Most of the
time I was moving with the punch
and be just knocked me off bal balance."'
ance."' balance."' 4,
It was Boyd's, 48th win against,
eight losses., He weighed '162
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!IBA Rns Paliama
Boxing ommission
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- Anthony, Petrone lla,-, foreign 'co 'coordinator
ordinator 'coordinator of the NBA,' -wrote
De4gado, D., president of
the C0100 Professional Boxing
Commission regarding tite, Pena PenaMa
Ma PenaMa Boxing Commission's action in
allowing a suspended !' boxer to
)30 In a progam.1
;1
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Petrenella wrote the t follewing;
"It is a shame that the Panama
Boxing Commission saw fit to al allow
low allow Francis to, box within the pe period
riod period of suspension, even alter ask asking
ing asking for' information on this ausd
pension.,,',Ihat Commission displays
; laFictref,,,,brotherly cooperation
and infutet 'the gdod'"'nemem of
boxing ut yeur 'part' of the vorldv
by this 'uncalled for action., '11, $4,
"As a matter of fact,' this ae aetion
tion aetion by the Panama Boxing -,Contmission'
calls for explanation from
the members, and severe censure
from' the executive officers of
N.B.& I really can't A' imdersta nd
their motiVe; 'in dirupting, unityl
pf purpose in allowing a suspend suspended
ed suspended boxer to perform contrary tfi
law and
,
"So,,, 'am re'commending that
the Panama Boxing Commission be
called down, in no uncertain
terms, and any repetition would
call i for 'immediate banishment
from the MBA. As a matter of
fact, their wrong-doing' could, call
for' that severe punishment, al already,
ready, already, but I am leaving that to
President Jackson' and ,',the ex executive
ecutive executive Committee."
"My warmest regardito you ind
YOur associates and commend you
for your NBA. loyalty.", ,,,
Delgado's letter was ;written on
Marcha 18,- 1958 to Gilbert -14,
Jackson, president of the Nation NationeV
eV NationeV Boxing Association. Mils letter
was then turned over, to Petrone Petronela
la Petronela for his xecommendation .tothe
executive committee.,

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OREAT,PiCTUREI
1 Gary COOPER in .'
',1ADVENTURES -OF'
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, PACIFIC MINOR
,'' BASEBALL LEAGyl
- Minor League Stars,
Even Series With Grace Line
: At One Game each
ity's7F RNK MILLE R es;
:0, ; ', 4J- :t
iThe Minor League 411' 'Star
Team came back ,strong Wedneo:-
day afternoon at, the Farm
League bait park-, ar, they shell shelled
ed shelled tsyo Grace Line 'pitcher in, 6
inninga for, a total 416 runs. on
12 hits, qt s 'opposed, to,,QsaccLineS,
five luns on, only flive,ilits.,e,
The All, Stara started their scor scoring
ing scoring in' the lirst inning, scoring 3
runs on aft error, singles by, Veldt
and Chadd, and a long double by
Van Loon, Inrt. the', second they
1 contumed their barrage' ith 4
!runs on a a-,man hit by
the pitcher, 3r stolen bases, a
fielder's', choice, and- lingles.' Aar
Router, and' Von' Loone
the fourth ,therrusbed over
another TIM On an error, a' stol stolen
en stolen base and a double by Veldt.
Theft 'in the lth the roof fell, in
on the' Grace Liners,:Les, the All
Starf 'sent eleven men.,Jte bat
while scoring 1 runs on' 4 walks,
singles by 'Wallace' and Nan Loon,1
an error, and a basesrioaded'ttri basesrioaded'ttriple
ple basesrioaded'ttriple by, Voucher, They", finished up
their scoring with I run in the
6th pit' a walk 'r and successive
singfes by, Van, Look. and Rome7
re.
On "-lhe other. tide 'the Grace
Litters could manage only 5 runs
off of ,The offerings of 'Romero the
All Stars pitcher: They,. Rot 3
runs in the 'third elf-Vwalks, ''' a
man hit by the pitcher, ; ,a n d
singles by Getlith and Morse.
In the 4th they succeeding in get getting
ting getting two 'runs to end' their scor scoring
ing scoring for? the afternoon."-

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ClIAGRES RIVER,TARPON 4.4 On' a iecent trip 'up the' Cha-1'
gres River above. Gamboa, 'MrS.'R. W. Post hdoed. al 32 pada
tarpon. The fish was 50 inches long, girth of 24 inshes and"
the mouth. was 9" across. The prize was gaffed antl boated
, by. her husband',, who has been ,trying unsuccessfully for
months to land one. Mrs. post 'joins the ranks'or thek selected
feW who have caught tarpon on the Pacifie,4 side ,in recent;

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er's 'choice, and singles by Gri
fith and Morse.' ',,
' The tWo teams played very
good ball Wednesday, but llomero
for the All Stars' had, too much
on the ball 'for the Grace Line
boys as he struck out 13 of the
'OMPIIftob,aUer9.4Meanwhile obis
team mates Van Loon anct,,,Feldt
were making noises with their
big .sticks as they, accounted' tor
9 of 'tit) All Stars, 19 tuns:,
,Gtiffi,h and Morse had' an out outstanding
standing outstanding day inasmuch as they
drove ill 4 cif the, Grace,Lines''S
rung( A Sh $A,

The big hilterS, for the.4I'
St Ir's ;were Van Leon, ,yeldt,4'
Romero with 4 for 5,' 2 'for-. 4,
and 4' 2, lor'i ,iis'pectively,1
The big hitters ,for Grace Line
were Morse rand Griffith as each
wont' 2 for 3.' '
!The box, spore:,
'!'; 11.
' ACI, STARS
Nam," ,,, R
Pope F: ; J, 1 0 0,-, 0
Rodgers P.' AM C. ,. i 1 0 1- 0
Nita (13.'P. .;: .2 0 0' 0
Wallitee:(13.'r24- ;" 2 1 1: 0
Bay4r; T.) r .!2' Os; 6
Van Loon Libby's.z. 5 4
Feldt (P.A. C.) 4 .2
Romero (PA; 5,' 2'1,'0
Sears R.; r!. ,; ,o :1.: 0
Monteath (11.A: C.) 1 0 1.',0
Chad& F:,,11 2 1 0, 0
Vaucher Libby's 2' 1 0 '0
Little 2
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,the'', tide; the Grace RAC E LI E '
Liners could manage only 5 runt MCCIain s 2 0 '21, 0
off ,of The. offerings of 'Romero the Griffith , 3 2 1, 3
All Stars pitcher; They,, got 3 Michaelis ' , 1 0 0 1)
runs in' the third' ,eir-'4 walks,."' a Richardson' 2 0
man hit by the pitchet, a n d Austin 2; 1 '0 .0
singles by Geffith and Morse. Stablet; L.' ",:' s 3 0
In the 4th they succeeding in get- Douglas 2 4 0 0 0
Ling two 'runs to end' their scor. Stabler, J. 3 0 0 0
ing fer,i the afternoon;,,,, These De,La Pena :2 O. 1, 0
runs came on. 3 walks, a' field- Morse 3 2 8

GARY COOPER AND CAST OF THOUSANDS
" IN SPECTACULAR' PICTURF
If
,,11DVEIITURES'OF MARCO POLO
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Tiimorrow and Snday at "DRIVE-IN',1 'THEATRE :

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A magnificent cavalcade of rontance, splendor, excite excitement
ment excitement and fun moved swiftly across the xcreen of 'the
: 4'DRIVE-IN" Theatre, tomorrow anti Sunday, in the release
of Sainuel Goldwyn's great preduction, "TUE ADVENTURES
OF MARCO POLO.",
, The film offers Gary, COOPER in the 'romantic role of
4, the swash-buckling advguturer who -opened ,the first ,im-
portant trade route between Europe and ASia during the
colorful-reign- of the -great Chines& Empero4,IitiMakjihan,
fighting and, loving Is he went: - Advt4
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see the -stars of the future show
treir talents as the VFW Teeqer
a sa ciri fi sa' vci ee t htee tern airgset c
Baseball League games move ov'
hbaans ce eb at 011
er to Ft. Clayton's Jarman Field
in a doubleheader Saturda at 1:00
' In the firt gatne 'Curundu wM
play host to Fastlich, and at 3:00
Atlantic will be the home team a against
gainst against ,the Armed. Forces.
first round of play-at Mt.'
Hope Stadium last-week-end, Cur Curundu
undu Curundu and ,the Armed Forces, re representing
presenting representing two first -year teen-agq
leaguesi ;showed weaknesses in the
pitching clepartment,; but are ex expected
pected expected to settle down and give their
more experienced opponents stiffer
competition as the season prog,ress prog,ress'etl,Several
'etl,Several prog,ress'etl,Several playerS ,on each team
haild begun to stand out 'and Pick Picking
ing Picking the fifteen best out Of the forty-1
eight players ts going to. be ,ii dif difficult
ficult difficult chore.'
The' selection; coMmittee 'is head head'ed
'ed head'ed by Gil Morland, well known
Gold -Oast busitiessniaw,
,knowledge of baseball ancruncan ancruncanDY
DY ancruncanDY ability to uncover the weakness weaknesses
es weaknesses and 'potential of ball Players is
unchallenged. Morland acted in the
same,, capacity last 'year ind aid aided
ed aided in selecting a Canal Zone Teen Teener
er Teener team: that went to The $tates,
tied one game and won the follow following
ing following '14 'games against all star corn.
yetition, returning to the Isthmus
as proud postettora of the Nation National
al National Teener Baseball Championship.
; ,Othere on the sominittee are the
Managers ,and coaches of the four
competint! teams; R. Sanders,
Luke. Phlumbo, M-Sgt,'Clair Nor Norman,
man, Norman, :M-Sgt, Bill Freeze, 'Gil Mar Marcum,1Mike
cum,1Mike Marcum,1Mike Dtvo,' CPO George Bat Batterton,:
terton,: Batterton,: andllt-SgtBob Ness.
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BALTIMORE, Md4 April 18 .-,-''
(1.113),'The Baltimore Orioles ae.
quired righthander Arnie Porto Portocarrero
carrero Portocarrero from the Kansas City Atli.
leties today;in exchange 'for south southpaw
paw southpaw Bud Daley, who moved to his
third eluh.1n less than t h rse e
FAll'OeUrcre, 26, had a'4-9 rec.
Ora ,with, the ,Athletics last season
and Baltimore manager Paul Rich Richards
ards Richards said 'we made the trade be because
cause because we have an overabundance
of left-handers and' Portocarrero
is ,a good gamb'e." r" '''
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, Richards added he plans to use
Portocarrero for mitLinning retie,
tbrgt tiewitto4dettioping iilinl itt:
to, fulltiniVatarter. ,, ,
'The 24-year-old Daley came to
the Orioles from the Cleveland In.
diens en April'1. along with ,Oene
Woodline 'and Dick Williams for
Larry- Doby- and ,Don, Ferrarese.
Ile had a 2,8 record with Cleve
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AUSTIN: Tex. (NEA) Eddie
Southern- could) set a new world
440-yard record any
NOW 4it Texas junior, Southern
svill be the most electrifying run,
ner in the Kansas Relays in Law.
rencel )
The most unusual item on
1Southern is -that he rail Milt two
1 competitive open quarters in his
Icollege, career before this' year.
l'Furthermore,,,, he ',won neither,
clocking' :47.2 .behind Glenn Da.
vis of Ohio State last year -and
:47.1h beNnd ohm, Lea and..J. W.
'
Was burn as a 'freshman.
t Lea nailed the present world
mark.'of :45.8 that 'night In the
1956 Modesto, Calif.,' Relays 4as
Sothern boiled- a terrine pace.
If anyone needed further con conviction
viction conviction th,at Southern is a serious
threat to Lea's record be got it
the- Texas ',Relays, when the
young, Longhorn fired a ,t45.3.
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, NEW :YORK, A.
The Montrial Reyals'havo gained
a fast start in, the International
League with two pitchers wholail wholailed
ed wholailed to mkke the grade vfith the Los
Angeles Dodgers this spring,
Rene Valdes turned in a five-hit,
9-2 victory over the ,Richmond Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians last night,,,matching a sim
ilar five-hir performance by, Etilly
Hanis in ,the season opener at
Richmond. Wednesday,
While- Valdes held the Virginians
,bay,,Montreal broke a 2-2 tie
with five runs in the third inning
and wound ttp with 12 hits, includ including
ing including a wfourthaning homer by Soi Soily
ly Soily ,Drake'.:
:Pinch-hitter Elio Chacon walked
With the bases loaded in the 12th
inning to earn Havana a 3-2 victory-over
Buffalo-- The Sugar Kings
tied the'score on a two-run homer
-by Manuel Alvarez Jn the eighth
frame; 4.,
,Whamtny Douglas, Jfarmed out
earlier this week by the Pittsburgh
Pirates pitchedthe Columbus Jets
to a 6.3 triumph ,over Toronto,
whilrGlen,-Lassetter's two.-10, run
homer powered Rochester, to a 3.
2 Nictory over Miami..

N4TIOlillti.!J LEAGUE
, W 1. Pct. Gil
Chicago 2 0 .1000
Philadelphia ', 1 0 L000 1,4
San Francisco 2 1 .667
Pittsburgh ; J. .500 I
Milwaukee ' I"1 .500 I
Los Angeles 4 1 ; 2 .! .333
Cincimati 1 11 000
St. Louis ,r 0 2 .000 2

' Todayss Games
San Francisco at Lot ,Angeles,,
St. 1Louis at Chicago-
, Milwaukee at' Philadelphia N)
Cincinnati, at Pittsburgh
"64, 't 41
Yesterday's Results S
,, 000 010 0004--1; 7 0
Mil.- t'' i's 001 030 20)i---41 13 1
Law (04). Daniels, Perez and
Rifles, Dravitz.,,,,
--Burdette and Crandall.
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Los Angeles 010 300,000-4' 8 1'
San Fran. ,.'r 300 300 01x-7,10, 0
--Newcombe (04), Sherry,' Roe Roebuck,
buck, Roebuck, ,Beasent, Labine and 'Figna 'Fignatano.
tano. 'Fignatano.
Antonelli, Barchlayo.,,(1-0),' Otis Otis'
' Otis' son, and Schmidt. ,"
4. t J.
(Night
Chicago 020 100 010-4 9 0
St, Louis 000 110 010-4 .6.1
',Robbie, Mayer
and Neetnan. ,
L. McDaniel (01), Muffett and
Landrith, Smith.;
Only ,games scheduled,. ,r

, BY ZSA ISA OABOle
LOS ANGELES (Ur) Cif
bourse I'm delighted about Mid&
league' baseball cbming to Lo An Ange
ge Ange es. with i those -men and
that 1 ,enormoua .t? iliamOnd4 ?.,s.witat
woman wouldn't be?'- ,,
' All of the women In IrollyWoOd
and Los Angeles ire happy about

" LOS ANGELES (Ur) ....,' Of
bourse I'm delighted about MajOr
league baseball coming to Lo An Ange
ge Ange es. ,-... with i all those men and
that,,,,enormous ..,diamen,4 ,,,,witat
woman wouldn't be? k ,, ,,
' All of the women in VollyWoOd
and Los Angeles ire happy about
it, because no ,they will be able
to', go' the stadium and actually
see who is playing ball with. who
'around here,' ,' ,,y,.,,
Naturally'. ',I lia,Ve'' eyeti iliyect
an ittual 1;aseball game. Oh, rve
bad ItOt116 fast pitches made to
me, in fact I've made some preL
ty" good eatches,, but I mean I've
never really played baseball. ',, I IA
A IA dear friend of mine once took
mo out to watch the Dodgers' and
to explain the game to me. v.
, Dreadful, Kne Pante" ,- ,.....
'Ileavens;',the ',Uniform's ire ,ter..t1
iible. Those dreadful knee pants,1
and their long johns hanging out
of their ,,sleeves.' But I am going
to offer to redesign them, I think
our team would look lovely in
matador pants. they, 'will be so
ruch. more chic, for,,thiS. Part'vf
the country.; '-' 1, -,,. ,t
But they are very good plaers, 1
our Dodgers One -fellow stood
right there in the corner of the
field with a stickton his shoulder
and another fellow kept throwing
balls at him,. and he was such a
fine Dodger that 'fellow 'didn't:Jill'
him once..1 :, ' 3,,, ,,1
Then another player; whtt didn't
even have time, to take Off his 1
nice black suit told him to walk I
lover 'to a, little white pillow' and
stand there.- l '
I roust dOE something about such
shabby -pillows too.' No wonder
the boys don't 'sit down on them.
, , .
My friend explained that our
Dodger had ,taken a walk to first
base, and that the object now Wati
to try to gethome, -le- t 1
That's in the'game, of course,Aft
it is my opinion that if you ta e
a walk with., a man and he geto
to first base;,You'll never get' liol
tome., ',. i .. : .,
, Strikes a Problem y ,,,' ',
' My friend said one of the mai.

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BLOOMFIg0 o
MEA)---, The suith'yletn'effs Open
Golf Championship will be, played
at the Forest talte-Coubtry Club;
alloomfield ..ills,.;tme 26-28.
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WINSTONSALEM,' V.:NEA)
pout Alien says Wake Forest
will bo) better in football next faiLl
but that isn't much. The Deacons
didn't whf 10..outings.
CHIEF STEWARD
:INDIANAPOLIS (NEA)
Ian Fengler bf Dayton, O.,. war
appointed .cbiel Ateward thel
500mile autinnobile ,race, : 'at the
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DIABLO HI'S.
, .1 Rndolph Said
James Critig
"SHOOT-OUT AT
MEDICINE BEND"
ChlemoScope
Owl Show 10:30 pm.
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George MontgomerVi'
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' AMERMAN LEAGUE'
Ba Itimdre : 2 0 1000 s s t
New York s 2, 1 ,.667
Detrolt 2 1 : .667 44
Kansas City 2 1 '.667 ;4
Chicago ,2 2 .333 s 114-
Cleveland ,1 2 ,'.333 114 4
Washington l 2 '333 :
Soston , 1 ,3 150 .3
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-.t TODAY'S GAMES; r 'is Is
Baltimore at New York P
' Tieveland' at Detroit
: Chicago at Kansas, City.
Only garnet scheduled,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ;
New 'York 100 010 001-4 S
Boston ,,,, ,000 001-1 1
-New York: Kucks (1-0) -4- and
Berra. -
Brewer (0-1), Delock and Da.
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Ditrolt ,-.4 110 001.000-4 11 0
Chicago 020 01I,00x;-4. 9
,,- Lary, p.1),: Spencer,,, Presko and -,,
Hegan.,, Is ;
,Wynn (1-0); Stafey' and Lollar.i
, !,t
Kansas C;, ,.'100 001,000-2'. 9 O.,.
Cleveland! 100 000 002-41:11
', Maas- (0-11.. and, House.' 4,1; I?
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Wash... 000 000 000-0 ,2
Baltimore',.. ; lit 001 00)4-4 10 4).,
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and,Berberet
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.igilit;s1liggeifif)follreOls ia that '
our.pfayers ,,,a et, always being i
ealled out on strikes. I don't see
why.ne doesn't-take, this ,i,upPwith
the National ',Labor -, Itelationg
BOard ft the union Is,se 'unfair:A
,', Butdwe-Wili- have, irgoodleahr, I
you',, will 'sec; They shall, have ;the
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"pennant" 'this year., It AS Ns. r: :
'tonal League -does not give it to '.:,
them, we will. buy thent ,one, of- ..
their'. verY: owm .k- ,, ; k: 1 k,
, :113ut, You musV,ehme, arid Se ler
'yourself ,what:, a-: fine, Aallitr'Vt 'fl. :
, have.: And ,I, ,apt so happy ,tisato,:
1 they vat have, a brand ,new base4. ,-;
ball 'f' diamond ;e, .in:' the; ',. Cliseum,.,
rather thin, use, that old. Wrigley.,
Field..-...,,,k..4,,k, ',:. v 4t: k .:', 4 1 ,11. 1 !-
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,t,est it's a seeond.liana ,dianiotid. : :

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'1'::.: 1 :::::-'s s ..,....--::,::.::::11- 1 ..,::-:::::.:::K:....:......,. : ::,i pected to settle down rid give their .. ., .-......,,, ..,.., 7.,- i. !..,-,. .. Baltimore at Ne,w York- p .1; ,:
'. -. .',.:i:'....-;i,':','. -''..,''''-',.I:V: -;::'-:::,.,:::,.;-:,;;,.i".:::.:::::...'.:::--.."','-', mote exPertenoed Opponents Jatiffer '," Today's 'Games -; ''' "),- '.. 'Cleveland' at Detroit ,'4:, ,;.
; 1 .s.' .'; --,'.: 9-',' :': ::- :::,: --:: ,::: ::: ..: i::s competition as the season prortess- San. Francisco at Lot ,Angelet : Chicago at, Kansas.. City. '..: t, --
-'s-' ; .1-7,; 4-,;,,:''.:;'.........,.;;'...,-i!;,,0,::.!-- ,:...:!,,:.,:.:.,:!,.-:.,..;:i:,.:.:41,.--:,-,k,,,t et,4,Several players ,on each team St. 1Louis at, Chicago, ; -,:. Only garnet scheduled,' : '41
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, '-':.-',- i.,:,...::.;,i:.,,..-.i.:.:. 1:.::...,...:.i;...:,...:.:,i,..-:-.,..4 haild begun to stand out 'and Pick. Milwaukee at' Philadelphia ,NY ;, - t, ---, ---, ,...t,- .,
",,:',,.., ,- 1. ':':-- -:,-::.:-'::::i''"' '':'.-.:--:'.:':''''::.:::,.-:.:- s ing the tifteen best out of the forty- Cincinnati, at Pittsburgh ..J '.: ,,, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .-, -,,, 1..-- ..4
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,,,,, ,,.. ,-',.,
.-- -..:.''. :-::.'.. 1 eight players is going to be ir dif- p ,..;.,.i.4, ,,-,- '4; '4! ,f,'-' New 'York-. 1CtO 010 001-4 8 O ',,
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. .-:. 1, R.:.- ficult chore:, ',- ..: ',,.,,..,: i, ,', ,,--:e y Yesterday's Results : -, Bosten ,.- -..- ',2 ''000 ,000.001-1, Z 1 ,f, f 4
1 The' selection. ceiriniitteils head- Pitts,: '., ,, 000 010 000,4 '.; T., 0 ,New (York: -, Kucks (1-0) 4- and .: '.
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' ed by '' Gil Morland, well known Mil., :- k es; 001 030 20i4 13.! I Berra., ,.. ,i.-, ,-., i ,. ,, .,..
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1 , Gold Coast businessirian; 'ff'whose :Law (0-1), : Daniels,' Perez and --Erewer (0-1), iDelock '', ind Da., :-
:;,:; knowledge of baseball and'uncan- Rifles, Dravitz..;',,,'. ,'.'-, ,7-,..,-,14, -, leY. :1., , i .., ,. .- , -,,.i ,,,- ,, '-
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', es and 4potential of ball Players is ,:- .' ... ..!i,-- 4 ,,,. Detroit ,, e.4 110 001-000-7-3 11. 9
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,-., unchallenged. Morland acted iii the Los Angeles 010 300 000-4' 8 I Chicago '.: - 020 01I,00x,;-,t 9 .0 '''' '
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same,, capacity last -year and aid. San :Fran. ',,,;'300 300 01x---7, 10, 0 :' Lary: p-IL: Spencer,,,Presko and ',,' ...,,
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eerd tineetntelethctlantgwaenCtantoalthZ:iestTaeeteas: -Newcombe (0-1), Sherry,: 'Roe- Hegan.! --s: -,-., ..,,,:,,,, ,-,,,, , ,-, r -.., 0 '4
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tied one game and ,won the follow- buck, Messent, Labineand -pigna. ,,WYnn 11-0); Staley:: and Lollarq t','
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. ing '14 games 'against all star com- tit. Ann.tOne'lli;'-'ll'a'r'cblary;:(-1-0i;''Gri'''s- i'a'n'aa''s. '''C';' : '''' "."".' 1013 00;';'1'00'0.---.' 72'1'''''9IA 0.;,;'"-'' :
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al Teener Baseball Championship. : -..-- , r ,... : ., ,Grant (1-0) 'and NiX0f1.,' ; ,!,. ,-.;.- .; ," '
' ; Othert on the sominitteo are the ..';', :,- (Nitibt Dame) '.: : .., -,.. 7' ''' -. 70.-A--,....' 1, '7: .7.. c':4; ;
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. CltaMnPabgteirir8fantedaMC:a; PhIeg.Itt!i Stba:df:1113r, .
Chicago ,,,' ,:,, 020 100 010-4 : 9 0 , ,' ,,- '.; Night..,Game) ',,,,,..' .2.' 'I'. ;
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St, Louis.' ,' -. 000 110.010-4 -,8. 1 Wash.', -'' -: 1 000 000 900-8 .3 2 ;' '
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man;.:M-Sgt; Bill Freeze, 'Gil Mar- and
',11obbie,A1-0), 1 Hillman, '-. Mayer Baltimore',' ; 11I 001 004-4 11), 4),, .-
Veetnan. 4,..! , ,- Stobbs (0-1),, Kemmerer, ilyerly:'"' ".
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', Bat', ,,,.' 1.! '-'-- --..-;- ; ..- ,,,'-, ,,',-''''-,;'i .7' ', 4 .,-''l i':-1 ., -.'''' ''''''' ' ''''''' -4f terton,:and?,1P-SgtBohNess. ,, '' Landrith,1 Smith.; v,,tt.?.). y.e ; .., ., -., Pappas;' Karshman,,,L0) .--: a i d 1 ; 's,
IIAGRES 'RIVER ',TARPON -1,4: 'On a fee' ent trip'up, the Cho,. ,., i ,.. ,.. ,
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1 the ,mouth. was 9" across. --, The .prIze was gaffed ,and, boated, , , ,, t
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. by 'her husbanct, who has been .trying unsuccessfully for 7 .'4,',,,,,,'i 6 ,1- A ,-;,'., .4' .6 ';,
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scue el rook'
fourth inMng
' one out. He
one single It
gain his firs
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Home runs
1 Brooks Robir
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the Athletics
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6-1, in the
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the Red Sox
blanked then
Jackie Jens(
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season was
loser Tom B
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appearance
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White Sox' fi
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contest off lc
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Mickey VI
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that gave tt
victory of th
Duke Maas,
homer, nurs4
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shot-, Itelationt
Is,so
r, it good lteanr, I
shall have thel
Rt -:101,;
ear., It 'the Ns.
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' ''s ' '''. .".".".., 0 ...''''''' ( . , Bobby Boyd get cute but he didn't -- -----
, ,... Pacific Side teen-age baseball 'N I 4 --I
' I'''' ' - ' 4 ,., ",,,.. ,, , , ,'. get hurt, and his manager be .' ,, -fans ill kave their first chance to , Li ,,, ,, I ',lir 4,,', I A .61 b : i oil J, r : 1 1 :, : , i 1
' ' 1 ' ' -By BIILTON RICHMAN 7 -......' lieVed today he might be ready ,,, .., , ., i see the-stars of the future show
, i. , - i treir talents as the VFW Teeqer
- : I-4v -,, -,, . -.; s-,: ,' for a "keep 'active't camPaign ,, -w--7-- 4 t ..
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',Boyd defeated Neal Rivers,' 3tb t:' .. , '',
leading to a title chince. ,, N ,.-,,-- I '''
' Baseball League games move It- , , ---,---,
' thought Paul Richards slinned his clutch when he
. . ranked tiy the'. National lkoxing ,' , , ,.
shpped disc, but that pitch,- Assoe,tat!on. by an ,overablmIty : ,
. , :.. er to Ft. Clayton's Jarman Field ,
, , , .'" :.i., Ipan; '" ,," i i KitTIO,N,,A1.,! yviLBLA,,Gpitlit.
. ., '1, in a doubleheader Saturda at 1.00, ,,, ' ,, ' N y. .- , '''' , ., .,,, ,;', - .., ,, ; I 4.- 1
G-11 ,i BISIti' MAMoreE-R, ICA, bl.. 21E0A911.1.000E' f,,....0 it : '' 4,"
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margin la Wednesday, Ingot a .1 V In the lirt gatne 'Curundu wM , ..
er: southpaw Jack .
. Harshman -- enabled the Bal.
- bout, and the referee and both
a- philadelphia ',' ... 1 0 L000 .- 1,4 Detroit 2 1 : .667 Ye
. ,- play 'host to Fastlich, and at 3:00 Chicago !,. 2 0 .1000 New York :. ' 2, 1 .667 ....IA .'
judges gave' -him. no worse than :,,.,
lo es 0
' ' tim. re Or 1 t sli2 quietly into' first place in the
1 -,., 2 , 1 Atlantic will be the home team
, ,- -,, ,.. . , an even break, in every 'round, 'i'
i ': , : gainst ,the Armed.Ferces. '),, San Francisco-. 2 ,1 .667 12 Kansas 'City 2 1 ,'.667 ;4 1
' American Leagrue to ay. -1, ,,
. '''. '. ;'' '',- ..-,',' ..' :, ,. T scoring -hint the maxi, !num ;,50, , ..i. -,,,Is'thq first round of play-at Mt.' Pittsburgh -,, ,e,..1: J.'. .500 ,,I. Chicago ' 1 2 333 11a- t
points for the bout! ,,',, ,,,,, I 1 t ., -
'. z: Hone Stadium last- wopltpnd Cur 1 IN 4 Ism. 1,,... t" 1-, i .. ,,,,,
Preston Ward alont with Vern

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and hrew about 20 puncnes,--,..ne .. ..
: nifty relief performance that earn- D !e ',Long's sacrifice, ,!! 101S.
said., "I stolcl him not, to take'any !,
MOre c.cperienced Opponents stiffer
.,,. pected to settle down end give,their '',' s
towing singles by Walt Moryn ,1: : ,::'
: ed hint the victory in a 4-0 triumph chances.' He hid the ht 'won
aVe. begon tostand out-and pick. s'm
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! over 'the Washington Senators.,, and Bobby Thomson in h Es"
and hewouldn't get any gmore for' competition as the season prog,ress- San' Franci
' Wearing special corset for sup. ,aighth! inning, oored the'. r u n
knocking the.- guy., out4 But one 1 ttl Several la er
! -4 eami to the' re. !! that gave the tubs their,Secona
- right' hand.. ind he might be Out : I h P Y S ,en each team St. 11.ouiS
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thq first round of play-at Mt.'s pittsburgh 500, I.,
... : 061191 ,11.11C ttLillett, .r orces. ,)0 I san Francisco- 2 1 .667 12
Chicago : 1 2 333 11a 11aAmerican
American 11aAmerican Leagrne tonays , : scoring --him the maximum ',SO
, Kansas 'City 2 1 ,:.667: ;4
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H e Stadium last-week-end Cur m
age. Cincihnati 112. a
Soston 1 150 ', 2
-- :. : .; ilwaukee I" 1 ,- .300 I Cleveland '
2 .333 1;4
Harshmin, whisse ed his -,"
back was such and Preston 'Ward along with Vern- ,
But manag Bernie Glickman
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, ::, un u and ,the Armed Forces,- re- Los Angeles 1 2 I 333
, ::,......-:,,...,:,:.,,,,, 1 presenting two first year teen- Washin on iv '
gt l 2 .333
t t downfall. Rookie -.Jim (Mudcat)
question mark that he didn't a, on's- two-out double prov
couldn't rate him that highly..
,'" sign a formalBah.iiil!ce. fon,1:
flront nt th;), route tor Cleve- ,q ,,,.:.-:.., :,.- tee Mies, ,ghnwpri wenirnaennn in than v.. T 1:

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,, kntit last week vindicated Rien-1 brant- wran, Lue LILO 0.,. 'was,
-11.,1 an,1 olifht hitt He got cute in the last round'
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uut 01, toe torty- cinctnnati, at Pittsburgh r YESTERDAY'S N
, eight players ts going to. be dif. 'st 41 New 'York 100 Olt
ficult chore. , Yesterday's Results S Boston ,,,, 000 00(
The selection cominitteils head- Pitts. ,, 000 010 000,4; 7 0 4New York: Kucic
ed by Gil Morland, well known Mil.- i's 001 030 20a.4 13 1 Berra.
Gold COast businessman, -'whose Law (04), Daniels, Perez and Brewer (0-1), ,Delt
i knowledge of baseball and'uncan- Felles9 ley. :1 ;
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,,i, t' PACIFIC. MINOR er a ,ebelee, and:singles by Grif and Baltimore,manager Paul Rich- f t. ..'' i ' ,. ,..-, I, i. .; r.,,,.!,,,,,;- 3,,,,-i,., .s.;,k.,, !. 1
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' 4 BASEBALL LEAGUE ''' '' nth and Morse.: '14, .' .; ,,, t ards said "'we made the trade he- -fr.
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uic rriva -,.. me, in fact I've made some preL n ,a.pi so appy Abet,
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et hY;wr ith na, vues'e..11 tbhraatn (101'; e. Ww rbaiglseey 1 r
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I never really played baseball. ',.-1-
I - .0, ";,,,,1, , &,,,i,,,,,,s, law and order.,,1 , ,, ., ; ,, .,' runa -on, an error', Singles bY' Feldt and 4 lot', S ,res'pectively,, ..,; .,
, .,,,, -: I .!.' 0 -- , 1 I, and Chadd, and a long double by 'The big hitters --for Grace Line t,
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- the P, enema Roxing COMmission be contuiue,d their, barrage' ith 4 wont' 2 for 3.. ,. ,
- to 'explain" the game to me. ;-,. -.
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fielder's, choice, and --singles.: bV, '; , ALL STARS i t- --, ., -- ,,,,,,, .-w--- li ----, ---,;,, ,.,,,, Ileavens,"Ibi,:iiniforma ire ler. i te,st it'S:a secoid-hand 'dfamdild. :,
terms, and any repelitlow would the, pitcher, 3, stolen bases, a ,,,,, ,, , .4 .- 1 ,,,, ti
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t. ,'. -...,,,,,,, ',,' Southern- could) set a new world of their ',,sleeves.': But I an
another Ma On ',an error, a stol. Rodgers r It31 t... 1 n 1 n el.ng ;SERVICE '-::-2',..-",',';';.''','.....:. ...':..j,
, '" ..,, '... ''.'. for- that severe punishinent,i,: al- ,,, Jp-Ahe fourth ,they .rtithed -.. over
,'-' - -' 440-yard record any time ,', to 'offerto. redesign them,J. lunk -, ..., -..
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, .' '''' ' 11101 Ili en,' base., and a double' by, ,.: Veldt. Nita (13.: P. ,.. -,,. ,.. 2 .0 0: 0
NOW '41 -Texas Junior ', S'outhern our team,',Ivould,, look :. -lovelY -- in ..,..,,,...;., ',....i ,, f NTERs .;--;,.-,:;,:. ,:. ,. i
, , ready but I am leaving :that to
' will be the most electrifYing run, matador' pants.' theY,"' 'Will be :sol ---,'!. ..,:.:;,, ,.
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1. ' ' d th Then'in the ,5th' the. roof te,I1, in Wallace,: (B. 1,-....... i.
i ecutive, Cemmittee.", 'L .'';'-',,,'',4"'
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s -la the i'All Ilay,4, T l , R -t.. 2. 0 2 0
a '-ilte. bat Van' Leen libby's: 'TONIGHT- i-.. K
5. 4 ,j ,, 0, ner in the Kansas Relays in. Law- ',much,' more chic, forjlahs...part -.4),I1 ,-
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. i your, .associates and commend yo,u while, scoring 1,' u o walks Feldt (P.A, C.) '..; '' 4 '2 ,,,,,),,,,1 ren,,ce,:Aprilo '18-19. -. , ., :..-':, the., country.;;-..', -- .-.;- 1;7' '",.',' ..- ,. ,
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,.1 for your NBA. loyalty."!4' ,.,, r 'ria UV Loot' R ro (P.A''C')-fl '. '' 5.i2 1 ,''0 v'''';'''''. ';'''' -' '...' '.' ''''''''''''''''''''' .'': But t,hey are very good plaers,'
; singles by, Wallace an an ., ome ,. i BALBOA i'''1., ., ,. S:15 R; T:50 z I .;
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''': it 0::i', 0 The mest -, unusual ', item : on
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ur Dodgers;-,;One. :fellow .- stood Kathryn,' Crant'',..,..W.1111arn Lone 1 '',
. r.', t .: II 1-' "; '' ,,. Delgado's letter was written.' on an, errorr-and a bases-rloadedtturi- Sear B )
itl --t-- th (P-A' C ) ''.' 1 '0 ''1, 0 Southern is-that he, ran only't two
' ,, ,:--1 I '. Marcha '18,-, 1958 to ..Gilbert 1. ivy, ple.by,, Vatichers!.,,,,,,Ther "',Iumnisiiined,-th: cl'ITd7 t,..,....i,...!, : -.. .. i .: 1, 0,- 0 competitive open quarters. ,ur ,his :ight there in- 'the-corner Of the vA"THE-',NIGHT THE, wontn ').' ''. t.
..,".s,s i ''.,," 1, .. Jackson, president of the 'Nation. their scoring ali-cith 1 field. With a .stickt on his Shoulder ,. '.',:.-. ',, 'zsycri.ona.!'!,'"-,..,,,......, ,,
.' IP ' ,.. '., :. ", ,'411'' ow 0,6 eV Boxing Association.,;This letter GPI ..1011...a w ', and successive Vaucher Libby's ;':, ', 2' 1 0 ,10 ,,,o11.efe.', ca,reer bbefore th a' tear
- woo,- '-'It' ii--; and another ,fellow -kept throwing ,, :; ,,,,
b Van 1.0011 and Rome- Little' (P.' T.: ..'' '-f. ''",.'i. 3.. 1.',1' LI 47IrTer,mwe
'1,47'':'beilf 7---df---., 6-' balls at. him,- and .he, was. such , , .. .. ,
k ' . ' --- No was then turned over. te Petrone'. sinFe ,, P,,,.,,--:,,, ..., , , ... ..' .,, .- : ,...1,...,.,L.,,,, ec.oacoiog
' ' ..,.." '''.. ''" ":. e I for his xecommenclat "''''. '' '!,', ,, -.4 -, -,, 'It- t --
1911 tokthe ro- .1 ,, t Ohio Statee radst'' eeann al:ti
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fine Dodger. that 'fellow ;clidii:t.,,,kit, :r, CRISTOBAL ,-:.'',..:- 1;00 ; , '.
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mittee.,-- ., i ,,i.-, ... th th r Side the Grace GRACE LINE ','
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,:,', ,-'.' .-'' -'f ,,. ,,aandeloa sesti,; Marla Wintor.., ..; ,
0 111' Liners cnidd ni'anage'. only .5 runt ,MeClain ... '...,-,..,. -!:. .2.,
- Ir: 004. t 1 La 1 I A.,.,,,..,41. '' '.. '''''' . ''.- off ,of ;the. offeringsof 'Romere the Grlieffiateh .,a : .....,,.., ..., .,.., .',.,
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11 1 1 1;03 'Washburn as a ;-freshman.' L., i
,, Lea., nailed the present, -world Y
,.' The 8,1110t. !gull' 11,103'ertialNiVehttopflII, 11Iti'st !,,,A7T,DE.:.;BD; au(gontior 1,7,,,,.17. ...,,' ,
' ' ''' ' '''.- : I -1""1""11"'"1"'"'"I .. ,. ., All' ,Stars : pitcher. T,h., ey, Rot ,,, 3 M 11 li ...; ..s. . ...I.' 0 0 .'.0
,- Mark.'01 -45.8 that -tight in the
amceen.blaaciat 'suit told him' to walk .. -'' : .-. ,' , '- .,. ski
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i7need Water an ,. ,,,,, TODAY ENCANTO .r.351.,.20 11 2 0 8
uns in' thellurd nit' 4,,,walics, a Richardson ., ,. .,.... ., ,. 0
'man hit by f the Vitchet, ;",a i d Austin ': :-. -, .'.;, ';, ,'" 42, 1 0 ,0
.!' 1956 .Modesto,; Calif4:' Relays',) its
Sothern,.,boiled, a terrific ,' pace.' -, t little white pillow'' and - ,.. ,, ,. ; i
ever .ti a .., .. .,. ..,.... .., ., ,, ; .. , ,, ,4:... .
stand, there,.. DIABLO IFIK...7:03,,. ,- 1 11 ;,',,,,
' ''' I '' Robert, Mitchurti In' -1.' I ., b Geffith ,' and Morse. Stabler.1,,,' '':,,.7,-,., 2 a n
smg es, r.- 's. If -anyone .,' needed further con. th '' b t b '
I must do-some nig a on ;sue , .., Randolph Scott .,', .. r.i :.i : .' ,I
.' I '' 1 ,,': 4 '' ' '4 '''''' l' .Y ' '. a '' ''s "ENEMY- BELOVV'',,";,
''' l'It''''' ' laSt 1011Igert; tOCII-' li', !, i, .7-, 1 In the 4 :
thYth 'succeeding in' get- Douglas -.-. '..--. -.' ..' ,2 A 0 0 viCtion that Southern- is a ierious shabby' -.pillows, too.' No. wonder. , James crate ,,.. I... .-,-:,-,, ,i., .. 1 1
' 1 '..' "6, i t.,inemaSeope 88 Celeri's. r Yto end' their seer- Stabler,, I,' ,:, '', ..- '. 2 n n n
- - threat' to' Lea's, record be got 'it the boys. dam t oft.115,!sylk. on thanil. t Inoor-our ,AT ,;'g ', .: I :
' ,, ''.. A it r'' I ''''''' '' ' ''''' : n' ,,-' Walter 'Brennan in'. 7',' : tinigg. 'Iowa'. thune afternoon.",; T h e s i De La Pena -.- ,,,..2., .: : 2 O. n
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, 1:' ; 'inlithe-' Texas iRelays,,' when the :My frieid' einlained: that :our :, 0 ,IIIED,. WINK. BEND:. -: l',
, ., ... ., 1 "GOD IS MY .PARTNER" n- r;ine on, 3 walks- ', a' field- Mite :'''.- n
I' '.1 : ' , ,' ' Aula.u4 "Itioeist" lotteries 'kin ek , .., , Foss e. .,. .. ,, , , ,,, .. . .. .. .. ,.. .., , ,,,
, ,''- '' '1,4'. young ',Longhorn fired 'a t45 3 Dodger had ,taken a walk to first : ; '1ClnernaScpeI''',,::.,, ','." ., .'.--.
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llo ."''.. '.' 'base, and that the abject now was .;owi Show 10:50 ,pni.: ; ill
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- 61r66 '6f: 6rdinlirl bafffrhs .1141 1 . .''': .'''' ". :. '.':; ''':':.' ... r '' '' CURY .coOPER'AD CAST' OF 'THOUSANDS 1,.;
meet Water only 3 Ikea Tom r in In nu ting wg ,all gra . ,.-.. -. ,, ,, ,, ,.-, ,. tionireal Roals-R:,-:- Thaf'sin thegame';'ettonisi,:but. ,,. ' ' '' -' :,., .,, 4
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i I ''', ., :,"Asftt:1:61.111; -are' fullY't9veled s''D 'RA ii t''''''it'ti.'
I ,'''''''''..'''::- iN 'SPECTACULAR' PICTURF,'':.:!':-: .'''' ': tin'14 Ltil''1,4 IIIIIL .,... GA ( ' :
MII0A ',-. I, ''1:00
..' a walk with-JR Man and, htt,,gt$ ,,;, ., ,, ,,, .., ,..
. 1 . '.'.." '' .and odivo '.4:i' 'ordiaitY' Adel 'I ol' ' ''11 i all ''',,: ''' ''''' '''' ' ' ' :' : '" ' '4.:.'. J1;11'1 031:If 11:1' ..i. ;,;,:.'.- tO first base; YOu'll never, get hini ., ,..George Montgomerts ,, t:,,.,
, e ilium ,,,,,,,,,,,,,se -, thela resetvo of ,,,' .,or. expood:,,,d parwail)!Istactivc' - : '' i mi;6,11;.' A yr::',.;', 9:00- ..-7--,--- A..- ,., .. . :, .; ,,, Ceraldine ,Brooks .,,: 'r i i
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',': tiimorrow,ohd ,Stinday ot,"DI,Zty:E,-114,,I1-1,1-,,ATt5c,
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' 'I keeg .p. power-producing materilds in place and aesure longer lifTe;,..- I.! I -.,, ,Ro er Th-e-MoOir-e4,--,BOAyala have i d 4- ', '....''.1-:31-1U l I J .,''''. ,.;- .'" ,','''''''rr?n; MitchCH ';' . ,11' i
' lead b h'n 8 aremouldedand weldedloterm!mtl.., I
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' a fast start in,. the ,Intema,tional ,.,- .: -, ,''' .,...q;.,,.......--.' 2 ...1,, -. N' 4,, .., '.. .A'"!!"'," ,,mciNKEeoN" Mit '4,
- '-; ,,, poste and connectors to preven ,
t acid sepage'and cerrosion.:,," is : :',, In ,TeclinicolOrr, t .,- 11 - League with twepitchers who.lail- -,-'. ', ,,- ,,k t.., '.' -- -r ) ,,t. ',.. I r,..', ',.;. ,-,., ,,,,BAcKw.-..:,- ,, ''' '', ''' '' 44t 44t''
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' h batt!ery 1' I '' '. T . 411
ilill7 .aeYel. 12! ..F 8, al u;:. ',.. .1., i -4- 4....4. :,' ''''' d m ke th ade with the Los MARKER COLORS,' '.', ,, '1 ''. ".,..5.', '',, , ',, -,, -'N ;
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t "milling-over-" ', '.- ,' '..4.- 4. ,.....-"1.''',", ,r7,, A I SAT. .,.-.--, SUN. ,..,-- ,AION. 1 ,ii ,,,,"4-'..-.)!4.:f. ,' -...,,, -.,:...,':-..,,:;; .. 1 Angeles Dodgers this spring. ,.'.',-- ',1 '. ....--,-
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, ..,.::..;, .:, I Rene Valdes turned in a five- i ,
,,..,':: 1 ::,....i 9-2 victory over the ,Richmond Vir- standar iz
d ed tolers f0E.' tee: mark 'ssAaGARITA,',.:).4;13,- & 7:51,- I
' '' !b 1-1.11' '1 ' I' 'I 1 ' 42 '' ' 11 A OREAT',PICTUREI ,,, ..,;.: ... ...':,'. ,. ".,. ;3' ginians last nightpniatching a aim. era., They are back,. ue, -nu
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,, Gregg Renner French Helm ,. ,', ;It,
. 4", . . -,' leOR SALK AT,..,,',' :(;-:''.,"'..,:0,,''.,,,t1,'."',,,,4,21' 1 .. GarY COOPER' in '' It ..,. 4,4 ,.o '' o ,it... ....,, :,. 'il".....,..'..,:.:'-''':.,,,', ilar live-hit performance by, tiny red.,' fronti. white; and -,, women's, ,"'REVOLT 'AT FORT LARAMIE; : .,, 6',
' ; 2 .';'; '.',' '' ,.- 1" ..' .PANAM2VALITO,;'.'SAf;: ''',-4, .-.... .'. 1 .::',1ADVENTURES-0,F...;-,4 :..:,..:,:-.i,,,,,, !.:? ,'..., i 'i' s Hanis in ,the season opener
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st yellow... '....7 ,, ,.- ,,,,' .:.';',,,,;,,,',,,,, ''.,' .,.',-- ow show le:so,,
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: '- E I- M ..,,'PROVINCES AND, GAS STATIONS ,: di - ,' .' 'P ... r ,. 'While- Valdes held the Virginians .. : i' : ,w, om, EN -91.,c,,,N, ,... .
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Alicei Virginia de la Guardia's Melendez andi
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teginald Douglas' Gavilan, which' last w-eek staged
thrilling homestretch battle will match strides R Rain
ain Rain in tomorrow's featured t $1,000 mile race for
irst and second series impcirted thoroughbreds at

he Preident Renton racetracks-: ', -
It' e-l-ren.dei, under )A better ridel Vasquez w guide Hostigador
han' Gavilan; got up to nip the i while leading jockey Braulio Bat.
attes by ,a head over seven' fur. za will have the leg up on Jose JoseI
I JoseI els. Fernando Alvarez, w h o Uhl 1 ',. ',,4; 4 '-r. 4 ' 1
,. ode Melendez to his last stride The secondary attrac'tion should
in, will again be ir the pilot-11w an 'easy Nictory for Nagir. He
ouse while this time roughouse I goes against Town's Wall, Red La.
gilio Castillo wih do the boot.: bel, Canoe, Comatose,- Fieltro, Ba.
. ilig aboard Gavilan instead of A- cancito,,and Guadalcanal. ',
volinar 'Reyes Rios., ,, 1 s; : The ninth race, however, shapes
t Nilo, last time Gavilan Wo n, up on paper as tht, best rate of
!Which. happened ot' be the $4,00o the day. Thunderstreak, Narcoti Narcotilidded
lidded Narcotilidded New Year's Classic, Castillo co,, As You Like Her, Cervecero4
wag id the saddle.' The distance Pibe lindo, Opulento,' Affiliation
is also just right for Gavilan' Order and Colifato will mate is
style. But many experts conten strides in this six furlong dash.
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that -the added, furlont will f-l) Eiglit other t prospective thrill thrill'
' thrill' enough 'for, Melendez to score ers are included on on attractive
' more easily this time. ., card.
' Just in case' the above men- :, ,----r. ,
tioned facts give- the i impression ,. '- ,
that the event is a 'match race,
tht voint.,,must be cleared up. t a iv
Racetrck'- lips. :
There art three other scheduled ,, '.. .,
; starters which should be ver y ,,-,g ,, 1 -;. 7-7
, Much in the thick of ?.., things ,,,,f lay gONRADO . ':
throughout'. They are King's. Para., , 1,- ..; .- --
' Hostiagdor and Joselito. Any of ,'1Lark (o) - Sagador
them is capable of upsetting the 2-,Tiziane is ' ''.. i Heroics
epPle cart. P,q ,,, I ,, iti 'r t 34ahri k ' V l' ',. Don Luis
King's' ParitIyhich will 'lave ..., Itt ' r ' Presidonto
hustling .Heliodoro GustineSly the Srcloniita ., ,- ''.'Don Vito
, saddle, ts returning from a ,-well 61-Silvor Heels '' Piciraro
deserved-reSt. Hostigador could go -7Nagir s,,,, , Guadalcanal
' a4 the way' this -lime if allowed 4,1Lyrical 1, ; ': ''.' i Rutilanto
. to' Set ail easy pace and Joselito 9As You Liko air '":' Opulent
is, sure to imorove over it at ,,10Gavilan '. '' .'' Molondoz
week's dull performance. 'Alfredo 1 11Zemort '' 'I : Dawn Song

) ln more or erle-,,,times the Yane;.,,O'Neil', fq !'Tetry', Mare, Moore
kees' -preView i be.nrel thee home id Miyo SitiTtlihitesint leetire bent.'
clientele 'would tied', thev-Dodgers le 10 'years,. live ,differint ,inan.'.
. as theit vis a vis li. the Stadium ,agera: i',:',.. .,.. ,.. , .... .y ...:.,
,todar... new it is the. rhilliesi .,,. -.- -I ,. .,'...t .;., ,.., :i. -.; .., :
the 'Rig ToWn'e lone,) tenuous re- For the' first time since '50, the
niaining contact' with, the4Nationl Phillies 'looked as it they 'might

et e' 1 a ,s tu esperaeset e eS teeva
1 ,e410Lf e, sagiu,etlie' Po' ss'ihle' -.con" .sequ'e'nei bet grc'oinokgiiPst,,a,.ce
ois attendant' to' the, West ..-. ward niiiii'beit'' itia'dp ;'tfre..,team Jack
. i light of Giants' and Dodgers,. the Sanforcr.betame .4192game win.
mergeticeot a- Philadelpnia team ner, Ed: Bouchee, iirst baseman,
1 .. s.- it quasi.local representative now 7in, 'charge. of a wig picker
t
, is., the, most ,tinexpected., t liter beating a morals, rap beet;
... ri'., yet,',,, tninking ; it' over, thie ed up the offense with 17 homers,
,; ati. inevitable: A void had been 76 RISI, a .293 average.'
', .teated In a rkhly rewarding TV "The Phillies' were in, strong
..A, Illarkitil and as 7poteing- warms contention '',entil '3itid',Autist. Then
,,'..F e cockles.' of it .1bitsellall:mag- they begaif te'sfidii.'ind.'- again
-.. lite like monek; it yvas nor trick. woundl up 111 the seioed division,
,,t, tall....to&. interest .ethe.',, 13111114" a'.500 team. ,The3i aren't likely to
b Carpenter 't do anY better this season ''' b
.' in due course the'. Phillie ".:, be. for our die hard, National L'eague
' 'ante, our 'Channel 9 nine and fans they'll' be, the only 'wheel
, bertes, they 'used:to be seen ,on in town; ,,, ... .. .
,s me', screens.. only when t h el. ,7 1. -.'-','.-'r '''' ;,-.---',,,,, - 7- :
layed thczilintsorolneDigig. 'Some' of the '50 Whit.'.,Kids ire
,r4,--new-therwili-he'-oieOle.,,ei.! Still around,. time staineu -'vetee
elost," as 'often as '' the -t' Yankee& tine' Pleeing out, the string. Robin RobinThe,
The, RobinThe, reasen we get the' Phillies inv Rooerts ltichie Ashburk sten Lo
. : Stead ol',"- say, 'the e h a m'p i o n Pala, 'Granny Hammer, W ill I e
', Braves,' ii proximity,' The closer 'Jones, gimmous. .. . ..- .....,
, the ,.basi,- the :cheaper ,the fine Ashburn,. repeatedly mentioned
eherges..-- ..:,,,,,,..,... ....,....,, ,..,... in tracte dis,cussione, is obviously
ill ,o., ..., ., ... I.. ...,,...,...., .,., ,.... ,,-,4 expendable.), When ,we Visited ,the
I kin all, the indigntion : ,t lie end lea tkinro tO4 'spring Jones
ptovoked amOng long.time loyark' Wile considered throqh., Simmons
, iseS,11 ,the .., Giants, and ,, Dodgers Wail' slated :tor relief, Roberts had
vast Tv. beocre: tall: enigma;,-- 1 -. 2, , 1
league's
, would still,. pontinand a
ace righland
-, audience in the inetropolie.Old ha.
.' bits ate hard,lo break and ,, fan et, ; with successive se'asons,- in in0
0 in0 a mercurial,. thing.,..1 aweidech., 19',;11.11,,owbiernt;.280ud,dgelni-iy2,8,eam:23e
''rleutt,toil;Pipe back ''their games
, from the. Xoast would,. entail pre.. apart.. Instead of leading the
',!, hibitive 7 costs, -Another deterred 'league An .victories,-, as, bad been
',, is the time factor, a differenCe lus practice, 'now hi led in de.,
1,11
4, f three,, hours,' which weuld -teats. Last. season- he WOn: only
.i' le out 'night gamee 'altogether.' 10' while losing 22.' His-ERA' with'
- hie tkp'ains ,why, televised box. ered from it- gleaming low o: 2.59
,' g boute '. originating in
it
galiror. to. a eommon place 4.07
' la, start. it .7 p.m. out,theres in.' 'The 'years had begtin ;to ,itCh
' stead ;of the. eustomary 10 4here. up with him, The tip had disap disapOz
Oz disapOz i So! like it eei not, yeu,, get the peered irom his, blinding f a st
., 11).;pies, .,.. .. .. ..,,, l,, ., ii ti,' all.' Five straight'years be ': bad 1
'' '', t ''. -- ,''' -....,....--,- -- --.4 -4, t- pitched more' 'innings' than any 1
: 1,- i!'.- Fire: ile ,Milnager,--. e other Moundsinate in', the league,
''.' 1 'Thilaet iiine ive,Saw- the Phil and now the' corosive. effects of
"Des in the Stadium ,was in -the -physical '' prodiga ite were being
' "5li- World Serie,s, They came ,: in. felt. 1... ..T --, i,li !. l
i' I bete two ,games behind, '-droPeed. The continuing, struggle of hand hand,
, hand, .'' the next., two, and 'Casey 1Stengel, some Robin Evan Roberts, a 'clasp
' in his second-, year at manager guy in every respectto hang on,
4, et '' the-,Yonkees,!:had a,.fourin., lends a lacrimary, soap ,o per a
t" crew. stveep.''' -2-- --- '. ..,-- ... touch tt our 'Channel 9 nine.
r ; Known is the Whii'Kids, a tri. q)aseball 'with pathos. Gals, get out
: ,bute to their youthr speed and', your, hankies. .! c '- ..'', ,..---e..,
'',, hustle,' the. Phillies, -who hedn't -,,--. ', '1, '' n ..,-,.
.: woe -a pennant since '15, seemed IlhatVii', . ,', '''
., headed. for a long suceessul run.
.,
k .14ee- had meneyr.opparently lad .,,, ,,-- :, .'. ; ,, ..,
: ,. t.iseve larme,,,surely,-airlible I 11,,,,,,0441
fled t ''''' '....
- sy, In- Eddie. Sawyer, ,, and;11.11,16110.,,
. ., 0 is e'e :
2 ,,,e, stars with years el ,prom .....,, , ,...', ,... ,, ,...-: .., ,,
.- ;-,,,beate .,- ..., .-1-., --,,,,;: ''' 7',,,,,,, .,, !. ,,,, FRED ''C., i.ARK.11 .., '''. ',
,,- elill this Was to prove a snare, .. 4' ; .
, ''' -fiel a delusion:: The Phil' les ski& I Fred C., Cfarke beianie' a ',.ma.
;),' den ..frent first tofiftli the -- fol. jor league manitger in ,his fourth
' lowing season. They. lost ; more, season in the big leagues and was
,
t than half their '' games, finished 4 p ayerpilot tor all 'but the last
A E3' 1.2 length& -back ot the pace. of his 19 years as field, boss. For
t setting Giants, 'Aside from, losing 12 SeliSCnS (1900 theough1911) he,
v ,curt SintinOnV id the : service, managed and played the outfield
,f ,few' mitigating- 'circumstances- ex. ;for the Pittsburgh' Pirates, both'
I isted. , ,,. , , ,,. ,., with outstanding success. His
1 There ivas,, however a wide' as. teams won four pennants In that
,
, leirtillept lif explanations to choose span.- As a player, be compiled a
;- ,from. Dissension, complacency, 21-year career overage., of ,315,
1 Peor,' condition, front office inter-. teepel by :.406 with 'Louisville's
.0 ference. A series o' managerial'. NL club' in 1897., ,,,i- .-, 4 ''
', er441et44S,' 140Ort .followe;17- S"wyer,1 Whatever he.-epened to ', Fred
r',77it'h o 7' reels eed--S a m --Clixent tnr-ir '614.1.'"1"...41..0.7"t, M,P4r4 in re...
' '',1 inid.seasOn, gave way to Steve 0'. tirement in Winfield, Kant. .' i

m

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DANA,7,11 A.7.!117,:CrT -- INDENT.'::::::"NT DAILY NEIVSFASEll

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P.P. Horse : Jockey St. .Consmeet Cdds
loy Rico "Spociol" Imp. 7 Fps. Pun SOSO Pool Cl000s .1;00 1
lot RACE Or; THE DOUBLE I

-
1Zutphen F. 'Justiniant 97xComp eie failure
zziany eilary It. Lrisuan 112 Usually. close up
- 3tnnuertracz h. Gusunta 106 igueuespeeu
-4Boyion bpring A. heyes 110 ham allows much
5Gay 1.egenci R. Vasquez 115 basuy unproven
6boner ',View A. Maris flux in or a weft. e,
tlopacio F., Aivarez 113 usualiy uniappoints
8ibegador A. Gonzales 116 Stan well in last 4
iitLara .B. ,haeza Joczey snould help
10tNow Then 106 ,---',Another lemon

2nd Race ith ries imp. 7 Fe's. Purss 0500.00 Psoi.Closes 1:30

' Anti' tt. ACE i)I1 THE, DOUBLE

Pool Closes 2;00

2-1
5-1
2-1

1--Galisto fr; rare; 108 --In light, to finish
zehobe of The IV. guirre flu --Loom bcore again

znobe tll 1,guirre --1.-oultz leCtire again
3Crews Mills A. Gonzales 115 ''.iteportectly improved

, It. Lrisaan Ila ,,--haru to heat hero,
5Heroico Rodriguez 110 tight it out ','
,
3rtl Raz "H!' Nat 4 Furlongs Puri OSA Pool

Nat ,4 Furlongs Puri 05.00 Pool CI
OtItTIVO s
Crlitian ,110 ,Snould score again''
k B. -Baez& M surpriso
A. Gonzales Do Good early speed '''
J: Jimenez 105 friaaes up numoer
Sanenez 1Notrung months
' 'Aguirre 113,:Can run; hard to beat
Ft Jusimia 105x,Would pay oit
J. Phillips 105 Longshot possibility
E. Dario 100. Not good enough :;
A. Reyes.11. 112 Could make it here

100-1
4-1
1J-1
, 30-1
, -1
50-1
, D-1
, 3-1
a-it
' 5-2

EVE
4-1
1004
50J.
EVICIN
1- 304
, 104
'
, 6-1

4th WO "V.. Natives 3 Furiengs Pump- $373.00, Peel Closes 2;10
' QUINIELA
1Want:mita 'Jose Rodriguez 110 Depends on start 10-1
2La Gazza Ladra 'F. Just'. 1.03;-,--Itan well in last , ,"- 3-1
3Bugaba Pitty 1r2X a-NOtning in ages 50.1
4Bargyie H. Gustines 115 Gets rial test here: 1-1, ; 3-2
5rrebAuente' J. Caaogan 106 Could go all the way 5-2
, J. Jimenez 113 ,---Form indicates 2-1
7Dati Manuel, B. Aguirre 116 Licks early speed 501
8Desiree F. Alvarez'118,Could make ithere 3-1
9(Don Grau It-'Vastluez 115 '.-;-Strious Wort now 3-1
10(San Cristobal G,Sanchez 115 ',--Unpredictable horse e 3-1

Sth Mica Non-Winnors Nat. 4 I.Piitso .$300.44.' ;Po, ClosS 3:00

' 1-,-Mirna
3Identics
4Pi iluelo
5Don Vito

7tti iSt00 :',..;;!'
2nd RACE Of TH1,001.1E1.1
:4Town's Wall J. Rodriguez 115 Apparently off form
2Red Label A. Alfaro 101x Not against these,
, 3Canoe Ir. Alvarez 113 Could get up now
4Nagir G; Rivera 115 Seems "sure thing"
5Comatose V. Dario 100 ,Brief early speed --,
6Fieltro H. Gustines 108,,-,Seeks repeat victory
7Bacancito C. Bovil 110 Returns from layoff
, 8Guadalcanal B. Baeza 113 Should be runnerup

Sth ,Rai,

1Ruti !ante A.' Reyes R. '110 Rates good chafice :
2Violin Viej& iifAlvarez 115 '4--Can make it too
3Achieved.. E. Dario' 100 t',4riel early speed
4Lyrical H. Ruiz 108 ,Could go All the', way
5(RiscaI A. Altar 105x -.1Vide open race ,-
6(Pappa Flynn 4 -C. Ruiz 113 '--Depends on start

1Zumar G. Rivera
2Blue- Zultr A. Gonzales
3Dawn Song E. Dario
"k 11.'Rult
5Introduction: R. Aguirre
0.,Colmado F. Justiniani

Kullzw4k's
Sialus 'Up in
,

1.1111011000010

J. Cadogan 110 --Royal, Coup.offspring
y, Alvarez 100 --Weak effort in last
, H. Gustines 113 Last was revealing
Goozzles 110 Has shown nothing
Reyes.R. 110 Vastly Improved

118 ...Seems best here
113 A-Could be upsetter.
100 Ran well in last',
108 improve
108 Better' this week
1058Dangerous iontender

oot '4:TI

.0 4,
t301
50-1
3-1
1-2
25-1
5,1
1 '10-1
' 3-2

25-1
, 5-2
3-5
80-1
, 5-2

, ,
Sth Race ith Series imp. Fes.Furse 1400.00 Fest Closes 3:40
, ist RACE OF THE OMAHA r- .,
1.tzeasay '" A. Vasquez 112 Usually close up , 2-1
2Salero, C. Quiros 100x Nothing to- indicate , "e 100-1
3--Matriculado. Cillovit'1131 Dangerous contender , 11
4Picararo !,titIi. Bieze 110 'tould get up t 4-1
5--,-Atomic Spring P.. Alvarez 105 --Doesn't seem 15-1
6Golden Corn J. Phillips 106 1-Diaappointed in last 5-1
7AnnsDrake J. Avila 113 --Depends)on start ' 4;1-1
11-4ilver Heels'. H. Gustines 115 Rates good chance ',4-1
trGro Purito A. Aliaro 100z,--Longshot with, chance i0-1

So Ties Imp. Fjt. Purse $400.00 Poill Closes 4:40

3-2
2-1
5-2
A 3-2

itb Race 4th &trios Imp. Furs $00.00 Pool Voss! 5:11
- ONE TWO ' -
1Tbunderstreak H. &ass 1161--New lock s debut 41
2Narcotico It...Aguirre 108 Ran well in last .. 5-1
3As You Like Her H. Gus. 112 -Form indicates 2-1
4Cervec.ro F.,Justiniani 100x --Not against theslt 50-1
5Pibe Linde B. Baez 106 --Will ight it out :5-2
EOpulento F. Alvarez 106 --Mishap in last ), 4-1
7Affilation Or. R. Vasquez 115 Much improved '' 2-1
2Colifato' touriess 100xMust go lower 30-1
10th Ric' lst and 2nd So. Imp. Stour's) $1000. Pod Closos 5;40
rlKing's Park 11, Gustinis 105 Returns in good shape
2Hostigador -. A, Vasquez 112 ,Could make it hers ,5-1
B. Baeza 105, --Last doesn't counk 3-1
4-'-Melendez F. Alvarez 105 --Form indicates 1., EVEN
, V. Castillo 113 Will light it out -' 3-2
, ''t :
llth Rico 7th Sodas Imp. Fs'. Ourso 3400.00 Pool Closes '4:05

-
'10-1

5.1
3.1
r 3-2

Gatuit -Swim Pool Pool.
. Pool. To BeClosectFor
,
g!s,riolesMoilday

MILWAUKEE, W' (LIP) The f; ''''' '71 I v iulluklY ;
is,
Immediate military status or ver- Tho-Catun Swirnmin t I IA
A IA ill 21Pul c 6"
sniffle Tony Kubek, the New York will be closed to tho g irli ?"
Yankees' American League "mit. cloy Monday,
le, of the year"' in 1.957; was up boon' announced Pby the pt hal
to just Tony Kubek .todaY. ,,r of Schools. ' ivialan
, - -- n- -',-, fros le.9 ttoo ;,,ot '4011,
Mal. Gerald Mulrine, command- underlie, re et p 1
er of the South Side Army Be- cleaning g -,111' Ira a ra : 'and
'serve Center here, said the base --- : ' k
next month.' It is toe late to draft
ball star had firmed up plans last '' ''''. ''' ''' ,
April, and a snokesmani
week to be inducted into the ile ilefor
for ilefor the WiNCOnSiO Selective Serv
serve Thursday and leave for six him in
ice headquarters at Madison. said
monthsN active duty May 24.
his local draft board will' net in-,
"But until he raises his, hand
duct any men, In MAY.- .:
and takes the oath ge induction,
Kubek can change his mind," the
Kubek and. a friend came to
officer told. "Be came to us vol- ,' '''''' '" ,A -..,s -- 1
e us last.,week, innuiring about
untarily, last week, passed our'se'
our Reserve setup," Mulrine said.
physical 'and written tests and an an,
, an, ,, , ., "We' talked -socially' for about 10
proved of the induction schedule
minutes i-- about i baseball and
wo set tip."
Kubek, in New York for'treat for'treatment
ment for'treatment of an injury suffered in things -- and then he .Jook our
snring training after his physical, tests and passed." :
sheds no light on his military 4 .. 4 '. I ,' ?
plans.,141s father,'Iony Sr. con. , SARATOGA TROTS '
tinues to -fel; newsmen in M'ilwsu, -, , tr ; ,.
kee his son "is not going in the Saratoga Springs, N.Y.--,(NEA)
sk"V"." f ) v 1 S 't --The Saratoga Raceway stand,--Ptivirti
22.-41as'ernitfac44he training colony now numberrs Jars
drat' for at least this month mull than 223 horses. '

for the WiNCOnSiO Selective Serv..
ice headquarters at Maditon. said '
his local draft board 'will' net in-,
duct any men, In Mat, .:
z.,' r, O.. ,, ' At' 2, ' I I
,-,"Kubek and. a friend came to
see us last,,,week, innuiring about
our Reserve setup," Muirine said. ',
1

0

,
By Conrado'Sargeant- ,

.
' Camarista, Perth' lark); Cuquila, been sent to Chiriqui where he
Dona Flora and Myrna are the will be used tor breeding purpos purposnewcomers
newcomers purposnewcomers scheduled to m li,lt e es. o ,, i
their debut this weekend. Disapptiinting The Lord has been
1
Myrna, a four-year-old chestnut sent to the U.S. where he will
. t.... ... 1. 1 ,at ...An LSO. Vence

daughter of Royal. Coup, Sensa-'
cion, is the pnly one scheduled
to race tomorrow. She will go in
the fifth race for native maidens.
Her workouts have ,been unim unimpressive.
pressive. unimpressive.
Cuquita, a Chilean-bred 't w oyer-old
filly by Cockney Nortefia,
and Doha Flora,' sired by Bucal Bucalbo
bo Bucalbo out of ,Florecida,,are entered
for Sunday's second race for im imported
ported imported two-year-old widens. Cu Cu(mita,
(mita, Cu(mita, a bay,- is owned by Sergio
Kohon and trained by 'Hernando
Gonzalez. Doha Flora, a -chestnut
filly, is the' property of .the Ha Haras
ras Haras San Miguel and 'is trained
by Manuel Rivera. :'
Camarista, a highly rated Chi:
loan-brod ,thrsoloar-old brown
son cit My Chum-Camoratta, is
antorod in ono, of Sunda y's
two ,qualifying races for the
May 1' tokbor Day Classic:17h,,
,Stud Eloctrico-ownod Ruben Va
Lron-trainod colt arrived at To Tocumin
cumin Tocumin this morning.

Perdularici, anothOz reportedly'
high-priced colt, Was also heing
awaited by, the Stud Los Siete.
Both Camarista and Perdulario
have been entered for the $11000
added President of the Republic
Classic whichwill be run on May
Perdulario, a ,four-yeanold dolt
by -Petrarca,' will be trained by
Jacinto Navarro. The colt ,11 list listed
ed listed to start tn Sunday's MO one onemile
mile onemile and one-eighth tenth race.
Other schiduled starters in this
"special". are all entered for the
President's Classic. They are Su Surumeno.
rumeno. Surumeno. Playboy, Diocese thd Ja Jalisco.'
lisco.' Jalisco.' Michaut, newcomver origin
ly listed in this raze, has been
reportedly' scratched,
Mimi. and trand Finish ire un under
der under On lutodting of new train trainers.
ers. trainers. Mirk the speedy n ti v e
mare owdefl by Carlos Rubio. has
been, placed under the rare of Lau Laureno
reno Laureno Llettrado.
Grand Finish,' the Stud Piloterots
Irish sprinter, has,Luis Lopez Me.'
lendez as bis new trainer- ;'
Changes' owner:
and trainers almost 'as fast as
money, is Wick under, the roofs
of the Stud Mena--Fe., ,tuis, H.
Farrucia becomes her trainer a again
gain again for the umpteenth time.

, There will be-free admissiOn
,to the President Remon racetrack
dor West,t Indians And Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians 'of West Indian origin Sun Sunday'
day' Sunday' on the occasion of tthe first
runnineof the West ,Indiel Fed
eration Classic.
1 Tho track management has t
!manic' Henry White, Sidney'
,Young, George Westerman, Cos Cosper
per Cosper W, Morrison,
Sr., David Coort'able- and 'Agog
Wood end ail West Indians'
and theeir offsprinr to be'luesta,,t
of, honor during the' ofternon.
Omphrey's father was one of,
the pioneers of local horse roc.
Imp at the now defunct than
France racetrack.
'
, pet W. Omphroy, J. L'Harrison,.
retired from, active racing has

be-sold by importers Jose Pausa
and Ernesto Paris. ,
Bran lio Baeza continues to hold
a Comfortable lead in the jockey
contest for the firsC semester of
1598. He has 58 victories, plus a
deadheat as compared ,-- to 28
wins for runnerup Heliodoro Gus Gustines.
tines. Gustines.
Fernando Alvarez, who along
With Baeza and Gustines are mo monopolizing
nopolizing monopolizing the races at the local
track recently; replaced slumping
Ruben Vasquez in third place.
Alvarez has -,241 wins agaInst 27
for Ruben. ,
' Double Four, franks to his vic victory
tory victory in the $7,500 added Francis Francisco'
co' Francisco' Arias Paredes Classic, .is the
leading money winner among im imItiorted
Itiorted imItiorted thoroughbreds. The Coco Cococha
cha Cococha Stable Irish-bred grer
hat garnered $8,550. A
, Roniancero,. with six' wins in sev
en starts, 'tops the' natives with
$3,925.

,
AWARD F04 -86GAR'
- NEW YORK (UP)
weight, champion Ray ,Robinson,
vvho received 83 first place votes
and a total oX 262 points, was the
winner of the March-poll in the
monthly 'balloting' for thel Hickok
prO-essional, athietw of the year
award. ,Golfer Een Venturi ,was
second, followed. by- hockey play player
er player Maurice Richard, jockey Wsi itie
Shoemaker., and basketball, star
Cliff Hagan.

ROUGHRIDERS SIGN
REGINA, Sask. (DP) -,;0' Quer Querterback,
terback, Querterback, George Re II of Maryland
State College and 'guard Charlie
Moore of Texas Tech haye Bleed
professional contracts ,k syith
Saskatchewan Roughriders of the
Csnadian FoRthall League's' West.i
ern DiViSiOn.'

RECOMMEND. RESTRICTION 4
LONDON, (UP)-r,,A Pedal sub.
qominittee of the International
Lawn Tennis Federation has mg.
gested that amateur tennis play'.
ers should be reitricted to, 150
days traveling abroad in any one
Year; as part of a plan to solve
the ,expenses problem(' The sub.
committee ,,,ItIrthet sltggtoted 'that
exPenses sbe 1.4iintied to;$;17per'
day at a' maximum.- The ,pronosal
will be submited for apppoval be.
fore the federation at its July
meeting.. , ,
CB.Tlf SETS RACE$
- N 17,0111t Tbe Colum.
hia'Broadcasting,System will tele.
cist "race of the week" each
Saturday for about tO weeks
through October from the New
York tracks and several others on
the Eastern Seaboard6The
hour program will inc'uole the Tri.
ple ,Cr9Wo classics Xentucky
Derby from 1,..Churchill IDowns,
Preakness from, Pimlico and the
Belmont Stake!.

I

' By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK RUP)--'rlie- opening
day schedule read: ,
"Dodgers at Giants.''
But,in the bowl under Coogan's
Bluff, the Polo' grounds', ancient
home of the Giants, dozed forgot-1
ten in the sunshine. One car satl
forlornly in the huge parking lot.
and the silence was broken only
b the squeaking wheels of a
stroller pushed slowly along the
sidewalk by a woman airing her
child. 4
"Report any change hortage
by mail," proclaimed Ihe sign
over' the gate.- 1-
Air mail; 'For the ,Giants this
day :were opening- hi their' new
home 3;000 miles twat., in San
Francisco. AnUtheir bnponents
were the 'new "Los lAn'geles"
,
tikethe Hansen-:.--No Mere
- It was a funereal silence, there
on the banks ,of the Ilsrlem Riv River.
er. River. ',' For it was a' dify, wbich
marked theend of ere.- Gone
was a team which had been 'a
fixture here since the elegant 80's,
since the New York of the brown brownstone
stone brownstone house, the gaslit street, the
top hat 'and 'the hansOm cab and
such as John, L. Sullivyk end Dia Diamond,
mond, Diamond, MI Brady:
- The yawning. subwaY entrance.
built 'to accomodate eager thou thousands
sands thousands hiimming "Take Me Out to,
the Ball. Game,'' echoed hollowly
with one man's footsteps. It was
a concrete catacomb under the
graveyard of a elub named nne
day in 1881 when frock-coated Jim
Mutrie,'' its firSt 'maniqer.' keyed
to his ftet in the frenzied,heat of
rinse- same,' and cried!
sA'My big fellows.' My Giants."
- In those days. goats browsed on
the heights of Coogan's Bluff. On
this 'day 'think-faced '.anartment
honses stared in sal 'fire 'firewottit
wottit 'firewottit :14,i y-
The 'stroller' creaked 'back' up
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the sidewalk and through the BIM
shine, You could hear the muffled
tread of a ghostly paradeChristy
Mathewson, the "Big Six"; Wee
Willie Keeler, who "hit 'em where
they aint"; roaring John McGraw
and- the serried ranks of such. is
Rube Marquard, "Iron Man" Mc--
Ginnity, Roger Bresnahan, Frank Frankle
le Frankle Frisch, Carl Hubbell, Freddte 'r
Fitzsimmons, Mel Ott, the storrny,,,,,,,,
Stonehams, raucous Leo Durocher
and "the brat", called Eddie
Stanky. '4 t

PACE

, A Molloy' Slide A
Behind those closed gatek,.on
day tow lost in the baseball ages, 'Li
arookie named Mel Ott stretched,
a single into a head-down double,
and looked up to see teammate I
Freddie Lindstrom gazing down
"A helluv4 slide, kid,",' quoth
Lindstrom, "but one of us it ort-11',
A flight of nigeons wheeled into
the eaves and you saw again the
way they scattered that afternoon',':..
in 1951 when a man named Bobby
Thomson poled a pernantwinning
home run which provided "the lit- --
tie miracle of Coogan's s
Then, as you took one last look.
and walked away down the desert:.
ed street, it came to your mind
how Bill Terry of these Giant; de-v
mended facetiously in 1934: -A-
"Brooklyn') Is Brooklyn still in
the league9 (-,i,
the league?" ,
4,, And you knew that now It was
no longer a joke.. Bronklyn
And, sadly, neither are those. stor,z.
ied Giants.,

. FRANK'r FIFTH
NEW YORK NEA). Frank
Strafact ot Miami- Beach and s
Cleveland's Ed ?teistAr .,'enterK1'
the Britlsh Amatedr through the-0,
USGA. The tourrament is to be,14
!held at St. Andrews, June 2-T. It
iwill be Frank's fifth.

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. : Braves; 11 proximity? ine cluovi, srsma, J viiiiMitffitia ( Ik..4-tetilent.0 r Alvarez IN ...mishap in last .. ., v, 0 4,1 ', .. ,,.',' '... '-,',...; .4- I ---- - 't..."..-4.---,: - 0- ,' : e -.. V
1 the baser the :cheaper the Jine Ashburn, repeatedly mentioned 7-Affilation Or. R. Vasquez 115 -.Much improved ','' 2-1 ,,, '
,.....,,,,...,...., .,. ,.,, .., in tracte discussions, is obviously 8-Colifato' '' 'A. tout-less 100x Must go lower - 80.1. ' '''''' ' ' '' .e',.,,,s, - : , v ,, t
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tharges.-
. ,, . 4 .,.. .,,, .. .,, ,, 4 expericlableA When .we Visited the .., ., ,:, ; ,'. 4, , .... .,-..T.---..--;- 1. -- ) ',.. ' ' '' --., -.
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t IL the indigntion ,1 h e y 'end les ckinp W4 spring Jones loth ri-s ' -'
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, istski the ,Glants, and, DodgerS was' slated tot: relief, Roberts had 1-' King's' Park 'IL Go:dines 105 -Retusrne in good sha'pe ,,, 2.1 '-'i ( jit
we a I d b Once the league's ace ti h h d II g .''
I
r cot, it a mercurial, tli Wiliell he won4-20 k 21 28 23 'S 'Sing.'
ing.' 'Sing.' I ,, Gavilan
, V, Castillo 113 ...Mill fight it out -'. 3-2 .l, .!STAN p FASTar .iz ...
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ked among long-time loyark' Watt considered thiou'gh. Simmons ,, , , , ,7,-.- v ; Peel Cleses S;40 ;.,
ptovo
)1 '1filifiel
' uict t'll command' a vast TV become an enigma.- I' 2, s ., ;- osti odor A, Vasquez 112 ,..Could make it here . 5-1
lis 01 a
audlence in the metroPo .-- g an 3-Joselito 2 B. Baeza 105, --Last doesn't counk 31 1 ,, -, ; h , , - ; ,i .1 ,
, f n et, 'with ii i '' . ' FATORY METHOD.,
. bits are hard,lo,break and a . uccess ve seasons ,in 4-',.Melendez -.- F. Alvarez 105 --Form indicates '' ' ,,, EVEN '., ', ' '' '
and 19' R b a I
. 0,, i e back their games o erts sa-derhy came v. -.., 4 i , '-' ,' - ''..' - -' ' 1 i
, ut t E P a ar I 1 ' ' ' '
from the ,t;oast would, entail pro. P I.. nstead of leading the ., , , ,,,.., , . , .,. v.. ,, ,., , ,,
, ' d terrent 'league -In victories- h be Ilth R 701 Series Im 6 IF P
!, hibitivc costs, Another e , ss, ad en ace
tice n , -,,, -'GUARANTEEDRETRE DING 1
,.,
" .-- SCOTCH WHISKY ,:':--,,- 1?.--; ,, , , ...
p es. urse $400.00 ., Pool Closes 11:05
1 ' '
' the time factor a difference ms FIX 1 ow he led In de- ... - 4 ,. ,, ; . ,,. . , ,
(III
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,, ,,, , ,, You. get New Tire Performance
1
is 1 d feats Last. season- h I 1-zumar G. Rivera 113 -4-Seems best here '.
.0; 1 three', hours, which w e u .. ,. um. An v
,' --- -- 2 BI Z I A. 0 1 -. 11N .., ,'? ,,f , ,. ', -,:,, I f '.- -, ,, 1 - an ppearance tvith. ,
- ue- u it onza es 113 .-Could be upsetter' '10-1 I '
' I out night tamect
) e
. --,----,--,,,.. ::,- .2,
3--Dawn Song E. Dario 100 ,,--Ran well in last', '
' 'it 'ains w y, televised box. ered from a gleaming low o: 2.59
, his e P
4-Chivilingo 114-1Itilt 108 ',.-.Will improve ' 4 2 '1W4 In
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altogether. 10 while losing 22. His-ERA with
r to 'a common la
' g ,, boute, originating in ,T.altro --
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P ce 407. , 54
p.m. out,theres in-' 'rhe years had began ,to.katch B
ntroduction B. Aguirre 108 etter this week -: 2 ; ', 3-1 , ,- it -,-,-,--,,,;
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0-:Colmsdo ,, ,,,, F. Justiniani 105x -Dangerous Contender., '' '; 3-2 ,,', 'o' tat; trtansu ar ,,, ,
'',,:' TIIE SAI
4E - ;
d 'of the customary 10 ihere. up with himl The tip had disap disap,
, disap, tea i
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d. So,, like it or: not,. you ge the peered irom his, blinding f a a t , N -7- , i, .,:, 0.. , -, , , ,,
rhillies. . ,, ,,, ,,,,i ... ii., all. Five straight'years be bad
' ft Isis 'oro, ',, ., --
.bo..le"; ,:',... -- t ,.-;,;, r, ,,, N ..
,',k 1., .--, -: --, -- , -4-44 t, pitched more':InnMgs' than .- any K --
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ii4 IRA tiine 'ive ;saw' 'the thil and now the-. corosive effects of s '' S or -. r,-- ,), --1,- ,,,, ,.. ,.. 7
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tx Were being
lies in the Stadium -was in -the physical prodigy !US Up in 1r '', D ' 7 :
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'50. World Series, They came in felt. , r , 4, ...1 v
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t bete tw,o games behind, 'orooPed. The continuing, struggle o hand- 4 : , : , ,,. a
-'' the text. two, a
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nil 'Casey 'Stengel, some Robin Evan Roberts, a 'class A r. - , ; ',' L,.',i i -
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1 1 au IN VI iti PUI Ma,
I here, two games ,'
, .'' the next two and
' in his second ye
4, ef the-,,Yankees,'
t Crew stveep.''' '7,---
F Known as the V
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leaded. for a loni
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' f;,,,Istive farms;
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P (len from first t(
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i than half their
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1,11LIZLIULULli, li 116;vi it:ditillia
i -a-3---(7"m"uler71.-X4 li.... G-u..s"u'ne"s rus- ----7-gjvc;i-;- -r
- ., ,,, -,, 4. ,, i -, ,4 'i, 4 t 4lioytou bpring A. Iteyes it 110 num i allows mica' '', a'1 a
3U-1 their
. , .t , ,--, - 5--Gay Legena R. Vasquez 115 ---basuy unproven z-1 1
- --, 1 - , 6--booer :View A. Maim lioxin 4 or a weft, ,,,, , u 1
A r I I
0: It' ti 1 . CU U1C. 8begador A- Gonzales 110 Ran well in tast -.. 4 3-1
, 4-41ml '', B. ,baeza 115 --Jocsey snould help
. ,-.7, uona r lora at FIU O.: s r.- ,, ,r,' -. -- ---- -- 4- -
debut this weekend. Disapptnnting The Lord bas been
newcomers scheduled to mate es. ., r. ,
.
D yrna, a four-Year-old chestnut sent to the U.S. where he will NI
D-.L n i the only one scheduled and Ernesto Paris. ,, "E
mo s
to ra e
- "I h fifth race fot' native maideqs- Braulio Baeza continues to
, t e
, , ,, 10--iNow Then . 106 7-,Another lemon 5-2 hold Binh
Her workouts have ,been unim- a 'Comfortable lead in the jockey hom
' .. ' lit"' 06 I l'w ft t--101MCLO F- Aivares 113 usually uniappoints 5-'7 daug,hetertoomf oltirooyvia.l. sChoeupw, 1-11Segonsina- be-sold, by.im000porters i!ose Pau, sa daByti
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, 2-1 130-out of ,Florecida,,are entered tines. r wooer pusnea slowly aiong tne
3-1 for Sunday's second race for im- Fernando Alvarez, who along sidewalk by. a woman airing her
1 1 nid rnnitiont Cu. 'with Rnezi and Gustines are mo- 4 ,

.ittotou 11- tdriduito 11J td--rtato to oval, it Day, VIVAM. sn-x Ws.
5lierolco Rodriguez 110 tight it out knuolhloai 'and trained by 'Hernando track recentiy; rePlaced slumPingi bY Proclaimed the sign1-4- ,
' rim.' -rhPdnut Ruben Vasauez in third placed over the gat Behind those closed gate

' '" 3 al It "N!,1, Nat. 4 Furlongs Pura $3.$.00 Pool Clops 2;00
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markea tne end or IITI era.- Gone in 1951 when a man namec
a--ruou. ,, ..i. ruuups ilia --Longsout pus
. -- i ,, ' ' was a' team which had been 'a Thomson poled a pennant pennantonline.
online. pennantonline. $3,995, i , ,
9-,-(Guacamaya E. .0arto 100, --Not good enough ',; ., ., 54 cumin this m
10--(Siderai. -4. Reyes.R. 112 --Coulo make it here ' 5-1 '' ,i 'A z , f , ,'
- ,- 4 , ,, -,perdularici, anothOr reportedly , fixture here since the elegant 80's, home run which provided 1
. .,, .- r : .....,. ,..:. i . -,',' ., : ,:, '.1, :, high-priced colt, Vas also heing ft since the New York of the brown- tie miracle of Coogan's It
' ' R ' -- s.. - !. awaited by, the Stud Los Siete. p rts': ne s
v top hat 'and the hansom cab and and walked away down the
, stone house, the gaslit street, the Then, as you took one 11
,
Such as John, L. Sullivan and Dia- ed street, it came to yot
ilth Rase "G1'.. Natives S Furianns Pura $37300 Peel Closes WO Both Camarista and Perdulario - ,.
triondoTith Brady. .. how Bill Terry of these ili
,.
. QUINIELA 1 , have been entered for the $111000 .,', ,,, ..,.1 '. ',.
3 ). t '1
iillancialt; 'Jose Itodrigues '110 --DePends4 on- si'ar.t.. ' . 4
; 4-, Classic whichOvill be run on May AWARD FOR SUGAR . The yawning. subway entrance. mended facetiously in 193
added. President of the Republic sk, - 1,
2--La Gazza Ladrar. Just'. 1.03;-,--Itan well in last , . 2 ,' ,- 3-1 4.. - NEW YORK CCP) -': tiddlo- built 'to accomodate eager thou- "Brooklyo9 Is Brooklyn
3--Bugaba ,,, ., H. Pitty MiINOtning in ages 59-1 po',41,,birtn, a ,foorvcanold colt weight, champion RaY 'Robinson, minds humming "Take Me Out to the leaguces,
. ..

. SrrebAiente J. Caaogan 106 Could go all the way ' 5-2 Yacinto Navarra. The colt .11 list- and a total ot 26Z points, wa3 tue WIIM one man's footsteps. it west 4. And you knew that now It was
,Racetrack'- Tips : 6.Tulle '' J. Jimenez 113 -.Form indicates
,,, . 7Dati Manuel, B. Aguirre 110 Licks early speed ; .. 501
- 2-1 ed to start in Bunday's $75OE one- winner of the March -Poll in the s Concrete catacomb under the' no longer a joke, Brooklyn isn't,.
.t
mile and one-eighth v tenth race. monthly Nilotingl for the,. Hickok graveyard of a rlub named nne And, sadly, neither are those star,. k
.,-g ,, 1 -;. , 8Desiree F. Alvarez'118 Could make it bere 3-1 Other scheduled starters in this PrO-essionsi athletw of the year dily in 1881 when Trock-coate Jim ied Giants.. - ,1,--,-
9(Don Grau 1.11,-'Vasques ili-;-Strious Wort now 3-1 usneeisr. are all entered for the 'award. ,Golfer Ben Venturi ,was Mutrie its firkt 'mainiqer.'leaned , : ,
- FRANK'r FIFTH
-., f By gONRADO ,
, , ,.., ..; .. -- - 10(San Cristobal G,Sanchez 115 '4-Unpredictable horse 3-1 president's classic. They are Su- second, followed. by- hockey plaY- it his feet in the fresped,heat of , ,,, ,,,,.
big fellows.' My Giants." 1 NEW YORK NEA). Frank
, ,,1.,;. , , Hendee ... ., .. .,::, ,:i t, ,..1,: zi .....irluxemne,n110.1pPhiaauyib03;1,ewi:nemeSveerthoigian- esrhoMemallarkleCre,,,Rakndharba,810;tkbeayll!sistiliier ,s,,,,egmlnyse, name,' and eribd! -,
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104m '15 CaPluir ul ul'v b N'". i' 'i.717.. , ..'? ;, '''. Don Lois atn Rae. Nen-winners ,Nats 4 ,15. Purse 1300.11 . ; ,)
' reei L105S i:DU -- --- --- --- b n cuff Hagan. ,., 1; In tnoge ,days. goats browsed on Strafael of. Miami- Beach and s
apPle -cart. k,,,' ,,, i t, -, iti er, 1 t.43--ar,,,,,.
der thn ,....-,.. ., i the hetghts of Coogan's Bluff. On Cleveland's Ed ?tester .,entercl ' s''
''' '' P dente - ly listed in this raze, has ee
,' King's' Park, l'which will ''''' have 4.,, ,,,, ,. ; , ,. res, 1.rmirno .. J. Cadogan 110 -''Royal Coupoffspring ., ., -., 25-1 rePortedir scratched, ,., t- ' '
, ., , , RouGNRIDERS Slqll ,TW,P,, '-' f. this ,'daY 'think-fared '' anartment the British ,Amatedr through the.-- r, f 1
' hustling Heliodere Gustineeln the S-rdentica . ,- tDen Vito
2--Noticion,, !, y, Alvarez IN -,-Weak effort, in last 4 , ,- -, 5-2 ' 4. be ,I.'' ;
REGINA, Sask. ltIF) -.''' QUar- hoosei i,starett dowrihi sal 'fire- USGA. The tourrament is to .
saddle, is returning from a ,,well S-rSilver. Heels Picirare 3-Identira -,,,, H. Gustines 113 -Last was revealing , i '. 3.5
handling of nel,v
,.' Mimi. and tirand 'Finish 'are Un- ,,,,. ,0 -,4,. II., -, i.,,,,,
Maryland welt, ,.. ,, ,
!held at St. Andrews, Jun'e 2-7. It ; ,'
s,, Guadalcanal
' dese cl-reSt. Hostigador could go -7--Nagir .:., ., 4, 4-Pilluelo .' A, Gonzales 110, -Has shown nothing ,. ; 80.1 uard Charlie The stroller creaked ''hiark4 upiwill be Frank's fifth. '
State College and k d
Rutilante
' all the way. this -lime if allowed 7,3-Lyrical '4 ,..,,' . ,,57-Don yito.,. it,.. Reyes.11. 110 -,-Vastly improved ., ,.; kl t th a n a t 1 v e
, 52 ers. ir ,.. e me y
Moore of Texas Ter
. in' Set ait easy pace and Joselito 9-As You Like Her., .'' Opuiente : , .. ,, ' mare owdefl by Ca'rlos Rubio. has
trate- terback George Bell of
professional contracts with thli '. . ,,, .,
is, sure to improve over 1 li s t 10-Gavilan : ,'-, ,t; Melendez , -:' -' .'"-------7.--: -..:, .' ,t.', fr..' ':, ,.' 0 be n placed under the rare of Lau- th -- ,
,
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k' -dull performance- 'Alfted0111--zuman . ''' Dawn Song Sth Race. Sth Series limn. es. Purse $ co s reno st.ra o. ,, ,1
wee s t Canadian Football League,'s' Westi .?..-, ,, -- , ; 1. ,' ,..,. ,, :,. 1 ... , ::,.. , ,.
' ., 1st RACE OF THE DOUGLE '-',. '' ', Grand 'Finish,' the Stud Pi o ero I ., . , .,
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,' ', 1 4 si,,,,) e.iI -, Lir ) asa t mot , ,, ,,;, ,' 3.-Mairico ado. (Li, .Ci ,Bovit 113 -Dangerous eontenoer , 11 LONDON, (UPI-,A Pedal sub. , .. .. .., ,, ., ,
and trainers almost 'as fast as f tli I ternational
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, ,- , .- :. '. .. 4-Picararo , it B. Bieza 110 -Loma get up ' 4-1 mone,
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w-4 ,43.. 6-Golden 'Corn ; J. Phillips 106 1.-Disappointed In hot '' 5-1 Ira
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r 7 Ann-Drake A J. Avila 113 ..-Depends)on start '' ''' "3-1
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, - 8-Oro Punt i' A. Aliaro 100x,- ngs ot vn c anee f. -I ,--r--. ' year' as part of a plan to solve. "; , , . s in
' '' i the' liody ,,
- - - - 'There will be-free admissin '' bl Z sub. :4 tott V 1,511W -1 ,'''' : ' ., , ''
, '' r r! ,,'.1-', ' ' ' ' ) '" 1 ,' ' t a to the President Remon racetrack c iita
4 ' '' ' or ..oor 1 i "'l r,' I, kl. 4
7 i 4 !'Ter m 14 m i'' the ,expenses pro No( 4 , , , 4, ,. .. .... t,, -
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0 forthet slIgge ett that 1 , ,.0,368;04 at sit) At,- f ? .. .,. 40,!. ,. .. .. I ,.. ,4
inmore or erly,,tiMes the Veni';',0 Ne 1 fq r7 ,, 1th., Race .3r6 Siittiinip,1 6 Foti; putt., ss0.60 1-peet !chis.6,4:To dor Weetl Indians land 'Panama- expenses ojbe 1,,limiled Illv.Sg 1)0: ,,,o,, r ., ', 2-,,, ., r, .. ....
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' kees', -preView i beotelthew-vhome id 31iyo sitiTtlihiresint hidurebent .,,. ,., ,,..,i,!,, 2nd RACE OP THE DOUBLE
. , - .0.,- ,nians 'of West Indian origin Sun- dav at a' maximum.- The .PrODO,Sal 1,
t le ivould tind, thevDodgers In 10 'years,. live ,differint man- ' -- '. ,t. -, ,- - ;','. '.. .' ',', '' day' on the 'occasion of the first
then e will be submited for aPPoval De- 4 a ., I Of, t e. cos is
their vis a vis it, the Stadium isgers: 1 ',',,- ., .; ,,,, ,. ,,,,, ,,, ,'. ; :,, ; :4-Town's Wall J. Rodriguez
as 118 -.Apparently off form '' -' 101 running 'of the West ,Indies Fed- fore the federation at -its July '
,todir. now it .is ttie- Italie& , i
, ., 2-Red Label N A. Alfaro 101a -Not against these, ., ,'''' 50-1 eration Classic. --, ,-,i',,,) meeting:- ,, -, ,, e ", ,..', ,., ...,
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the 'Big ToWn's lone,t tenuous ye- For the first time since so, the 3-Canoe ,,,, .. y.- Alvarez 113 -Could get up now ' - 3-1 The track management has .., ., -- ', ..:', ,- '.. 0 In the. Tread.... ,,
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eINationl Phillies 'looked is if they might 4Nagir '' ', CI- P ivars ii c CA...A 46.... AL 4..ot ., A 4 ,t. 4 4 4 44. 1.. ,4 4 ,1 - ---.....- ,-.........,

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. , ' i p going places las season., Sev, oma ose , ano 100 r et early speed 4 25.1 yeunp, George Westerman, uas- , .,
i 0' t a 1 Mo. Possible consequenc; en,roOkle,s; ati ',unprecedented, 6Fieltro H. Gustines 10E ,-,Seeks repeat victory 5,1 per w Omphrey,4,4, Herrlsonb I' 'Nkig 17,0111( (0:,9,.-4 Tlyi Colum.
, ,,.......4,..46-nt tA thie WPSt ... waru nuMber. rhap Ithi, tpam lark 7Roolannitt. .. to Domii lin n..d......... AL.-- tA. ,.., ,
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, , and th-oir offsprinr to boa 'guesta,, -aiitra-ay about 'f tO weeks .
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Ith Raid of, honor during the' aftornon.
Omphroy s fathor was ono of. ythorrokugthracOk:tosbnedrlielvreormal
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oththeerNs eown ',, 21'":.
, tho pionotork of local horse roc. the Eastern Seaboard.' IThe

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1.-Rutilante A.' Reyes R. 110 Rateslood chance : 3-2
to at tho row. defunct -t Juan hour program will ine uole the Tri.
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i Freakness zrom, ana 11 1 g I I

A, Altar 105x ...Wide 0-pee race retired from, active racing,' haa I Selmont Stake!. : II 1 vi 07,7727 i

D-1-trappa Ruiz .113.:---Depends on' 5-2 t ; :
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9th Race 4th Siriet Imp. 6, Pis.. Pura $00.00 : Peel Closes MI 4 4
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3As You Like Her H. Gus. 112 -4-Form indicates Z..- Al& abl

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3ribe Linde B. Baez 106 ight it t 2-i l Ay a Am J ,opr in mpg 1
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tIlLIYAUKEE, Wis. (1,1P1 The : '," ''' ,i ',.- .. ; '' L'-' ,,i :','-.. ',....,
immediate military status or ver- The-Cotton Swimming' 1. p 1. ,',' ' -',.'''', -, ', '." , ; ,-. Ji,
statile Tony, Kubek, the New York Siallyi bemondcloasyo,d, ,Ittoprithi eve, uilttlic hoalle ',,. ; -, ', ,- , .,', '',,:.- t ;,1:2:' ...1.1, ',:' tt ' '' ," I A Al ''' ' ,
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Yankees' American League "rook "rookie
ie "rookie of the year"' in 1957,- 'was up been' ohnoun al b all pi i i ' '' '''''----"'''.1 1 '''' ..' t ''''''' -'4-;.' '4"13 - 1 ' .- .:
, c y e v 5 on -
., , elfrfttly ,, , ,;, , TREAD
to just Xony Kubek lode?. ,,4,,,r of Schools. ,' ',' t,
0 904 NO 04..01 401 , 11
' Mb' i..,Gerald"MOIrine,' eotUmand- 4:1,..1-;;11".. ;',:e'ul'al;:rilp' :1 '''' : , a, e:, ,.i0;00fil'' ' & i $,"- : ),: 4
DEPTII 1'
er of the South Side Army Re. cleaning. ''- ra 'and '' ,,, 1 , ,' 111", ::,,.kto,.,,31,.:.: , i x .:? ,,., ,
'TREAD' '
serve 'Center here, said the base. --- ', k ':', -' --',', -' ', !..-...ttiydzr,',V,00 ''. .. s, ; 4 ',-, t .
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hall star had firmed up plans last 'fl;'01;t.-'m o'oth'.,it 1'; too., lat.''to tirs,it .''',,.. ',.' I" 4 0 .. alt0" 001,11.1 ' , '' 0 '''.0,,k.:'. : 8
April, and a snokesman ( ""'-'" A
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week to be hiducted into the Re Rethien
thien Rethien WiNC01810 Selective Serv- '' I ,
WIDTII '
serve Thursday and leave for six Poirm
ice, headquarters at Maditon said ",' -...
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monthel active duty 'may 24.
, , "11ntnit,,,,,,,m;o .-,,,-
his local draft board will- mit in-, , ,,,, - ,..; .." t' 1;''''''''"1""""e;,;"." ' '''' f v ''' ' ' ' . '
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"But until he raises his, hind
duct, any men, In Mat, .' ' : ,or' 1
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and takes the oath of induction,
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officer (said. "De came. to ,os v()I ,''' ''i'll'bek 'and'. a iriend-s cam' e tol : '; -,.
Kubek can change his mind," the
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e us last.,,week, innuiring about 1
untarily, last week, passed our' e eID.
ID. eID. our Reserve setup," Mulrine said. ', '-
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physical 'and written testft and
"We' talked -socially 'for about 10 '' 0
. 2 ''''',.,;.,--:,, ,--,:, v Use our Bud et Plan ' '' ',
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proved of the ,Inducti,on sc,hedule ,,,, ,, , ', ,.. 4 0, ..
WO set 'tin."
minutes about i baseball -, and
Kubek, in N w York for 'treat-
ment of an injury suffered le things -- and then he took our ' '' ,n.,...f..,.., -': -..
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snring training after his physical, tests and passed." .. ' ,, ,, , -,..- ., ,, .
sheds no light on his military 4 4 -' ? , 1 : i : ,, .. ,.. ') : ',.' ', '
plans. '141e father,'Iony Sr. con. SARATOGA TROTS .. , '"., ,' 1 DISTRIBUTORS ',I, e .- : 1. .. '. ? .
tieues ,to ;fel; newsmen in Aillwq11;
SaYra'' toga Sp'r;ngs,':Ns.Y.'',-,(NEA) . ''' ' "' '1 ''' ''' ' '::' .' '.2.
kee his son ''is not going in the
''MOTTA Y MOTTkL,TDA- '' -
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--Ptivkt-i, 22.-414e-ne'' t-,face.the, training colOny,now numberra tare ' ' l'ANAM4 ' COLON t Jr4nsisthmians High..wayTe,,t 3-1501 1 ,';



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FOR INFORMATION
Resorts'
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cattalos
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Pamama
mama Pamama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. t
FOSTER'S Cottages end Large
Inch House. One mite past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Hotises
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FOR RENT Chalei 2 bed bed,
, bed, reams. mairrs room, big yard.
' garage. Ave. Jose de Fabrega
, No. 12. -
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FOR RSNT Man and tem.
fortable furnisissql room. Cook Cooking
ing Cooking facilities. Beautiful location..
Ifird Street No. 13,i
'The Body,' Hubby
Declared Single
For Second Time
' HOLLYWOOD, April 18 (UP)
Actress Marie (The Body) Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald and wealthy showman Har
ry Karl were both single today for
' the second 'time in their troub!e troub!e'
' troub!e' ridden marriage.
Superior Judge Alfred E. Pao Paonessa
nessa Paonessa Wednesday granted the 34-
year-old blonde a final decree of
an interlocutory divorce approved
, July 25, 1956.,
' The couple went back together
, last December; but Judge Paones Paonessa
sa Paonessa accepted 'their statements that
it was a "conditional" reconcilia.
tion and granted the final decree.
Karl annoimced last month his
, intention to divorce the beauty if
she didn't get a decree first.
.MistMcDonald filed' back from
Cincinnati, Ohio, where she was
making a nightclub appearance,
'that Karl had "engineered" her
-abduction from her Encino hiSme
in January of last year. Later; the
actress admitted she had lied.
Under the settlement, the ac actress'
tress' actress' receives $250 monthly sup sup,
, sup, port forEeach of her two adopted
children, Denise and Unison, and
for het' daughter, Tina Mane. t
In additionoKarl agreed to par
, medical and.nchooling costs for
the children and give Mils Me Me'
' Me' Donald $3,500 a month for three
years and $2,000 monthly after
that
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' The couple, wed Sept. 19, 1947,
were divorced in November, 1954,
' remarried in. June, 1955, and re reconciled
conciled reconciled after another parting lb
t 1955 when Miss McDonald' an an.
. an. Bounced she was going to have a
' child.
APPROVE MERGER
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4BELLINGHAM, Wash. (UP)
Puget Sound' Pulfo Timber ; Co.
said Wednesday its stockholders
have approved a proposed merger
with;Pacifin Coast Paper Mills,
SEE THE SMART
BUY USED CARS
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1955 CHEVROLET
4 door, radio,
2 tone 8149501,
1954 OLDSMOBILE, n
4 door, radio,
- 2 tone 450.00
1952 MERCURY,
, 1 door, H. T.
, Radio. 2 tone 700.00
1951 OLDSMOBILE
, 4 door, Radio,
Std. Shift 495.00
1950 FORD, 4 door,
' Custom, 2
tone 1.750.00
1956 PONTIAC
, Tudor "8",
-Sun Visor 475.00
1952 OLDSMOBILE
, 4 door. radio,
2 tone 650.00
1955 PONTIAC,
, 4 door, radio
2 tone 1.575.00
1953 PLYMOUTH,
2 door, rstdio,
tone 750.00
1953 CHEVROLET,
4 door, radio,
Std. Shift 850.00
1952 CADILLAC,
, radio, PSP
Windows 895.00
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i PHILLIPS Oceanside Certain As-Titentwe, te. Li ant eon : - 1
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; 7 Santa Clare It. do 'P. Phone Pa- Indent Webbed apehones. 1, -: Rattan furniture, Repaired -and .- 1S-20.: Tel. 1-1905; ..... -
1 . mama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. A 1).1 --'' B' ' & tvl '' I H ' A' .' I '' isce an u
f -- 2 balms& her- Wel want '; U tO M 0 I es., : oats. otors ome rtic es ,:,- 1 '',.,:'.- M. 11 co s refinished. Complete pow wrap-
4 Phone Parson 3-4941, '',,, - ' -.' I -- - : - ping. Ire' estimate ,and 'home -- :- -. s:-,-". -6 '' .L. '-. I
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I FOSTER'S Cottagn and Large 1
- . Inch House. One mile past the
' FOR RENT Modern spacious.' '''L S
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WE PAY' SPOT CASH FOR ,-, FOR SALE --; .20 ft. : in.' boat.- :FOR' SALE -3- New: unused Easy ,'
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' furnished tin iherhonm ,. apart... -,. GOOD LATE .' MODEL ,,,,CARS: 60 H.P:. engine. Phone 86-4143.; 'automatic corn i
I ," Casino. Phone, Balboa 1866. ,,
. Stock clearance all items 50 .,
off. Fishing tods and reels, air : :welt "Jimmy". Tot 2-0386.. ' -- Pe sr 'l d d
, ,. , again nse .a m a g a
, hint on washer Prompt scientific treatment
. ment including houseware. Price';',-, Phone All Day Pinima 2-4966
-:", ,.,.. , $)50.00.- Ave,' Peri 37-20.- -, -, 2-4616 Autos Fineman, near :',
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FOR RENT,-- Apartment 3 bed- -7,' . ,
., paosmes., tomtit. stock of now ,. ,,,,, sheer $355.00. Call Panama 37..,- -
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to Gem Cola plant. .. -3-,
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d used boats,. moton, trailers 6291 betweei 4 and 6 is.m;:' '' l'euthui
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pillows' end mattresses, ....-- paint ,.., ,,,, ,,, , ,. ., ,.
aluminum '- wrenches,' ". 'r" '' Real Estote-'s-''
--- microscopes, boat ltdden, hack,. ,, ,, ..,.. , , ',,..,
All Marino-hardware. Also fi-f ',- FOR SALE --," Reasonable oe7 ,-- saws,- 'screwdrivers, typewriter,- emergency or monthly budge
,..., basis. Telephone' Pro;to Servki
, Panama 3-7977 or Celon 1771
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, rooms, living ind dining Mem. 2. FOR SALE .7,- Lincoln.1957 Pre- ,-.berglass materials,' resins 'and .frigeratot ,West; '25 cycle,' sin- adding machine, fiberglan kits,' - -,:-3 ; -: .' '' ' -,
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' perchs."hot water; maid's room, ,- min.-Hard ,Top,, Aircenditioning; ,-',--. paints.' Sae ema new Marine gle bode 121,. plants, porch,. aft trona and" many other home concrete di'alet2lotated On left , ,- honesty; and customer satisfac
, FOR SALE Two bedroom tTELEVISION SERVICE,- Ability
, side transIsthmian hi hwa t --,t NO SERVICE CHARGE elii
' FOR RENT ----7'" Chelai 2' hod-.
, garage. 44-17.,Celomhia Steeds ,-;,.. -,, Heater, Radio,. Power ,, Steering, ,,.. ,, store. Hundreds of hems to sol- screens,,'sewing Machine. 'white, ,', : No.,19, 44th St. Bello Vista all'''
t t mahrs 'room big yard;
, t MOMS. r
,:, Power BrabeeAvtomatic ,'. win. ; :.ect from.: ABERNATHY::: S.A..'7 ", 'Sortable m cleaner,,' Ham;' t day Friday and Saturday. Yee Club X D hill fro P Kiel!' Po -:m4olli.sth only .'" FREE ESTIMAT
c ti ,, N5tuhevek, ataairst .17Rn, swildtah..,hopurisocat 7.- ,,,,,,Tiebef.oreph:paaiptsa.aaAmska
' 1: i ' garage. Ave. Jose de along& Bella Vista.--- , ,-, ,,,, ,,,,
' ''' slows sett automatic, lubrication :,' SPORTING' GOODS across side' ', Mon fan 10" 25 cycle clock' 25,", -, can't afford to miss it., -,... ' .11- ' -I" '' l'il ' '
' i. No. 12. '.,' : ;- .' -'. ;:',,, , FOR, RENT, 14 bedroom '""- ' ,.,
leather' upholstery. Abbott, ,Col-.3- street, El. Panama Hotel. Phone : ,; cyck, toaster,' 2 she, sloe, Von. I ,
T :- 'I ' - I 11 in ni 3 bathmoms, i
, argo, v g too FOR SALE AK registers ..
, an Moton Tel 2-0625. t 4. .3-0264,, 1-6895. ;,"-,...'; .. di n Windt buffet,: small ta, ,,- ; r ;
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" bles kitchen 'chain. Tel, Balboa -', '; losten, Terrier pups. 6251 Sue- '.
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' toilet in meidis' room in No. Tl .. FOR SALE ,'"-- 1950 Bea FOR SALE --, 22 ft. :aailboat -i --- - --- Verde a' t Los Rios ' '
, 1243 after 4 p.m. ,- ,-, s." ,, ea ,r Strife . .,,,
112 4th July Ave. Apple- Ian: - standard shift, god- mechanical ; Karen. 10 HP, inboard '-",-, motor. '', : ," .
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i CAMERA REPAIRS.. All make
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, iter or Phone ,Hophins Balboa condition.. Custom made seat Xerst in perfect 'condition. May '' .i FOR SALE -- Singetelee. con-, FOR SALS -7-, Origin,a1,1!!!'sh '-'';, ; ;.
, I '' L .. ..g. .'
esson ,s. i -- all work -gsteraneed, Call NA
;.. : FOR RENT Clcin and tem. 2966. :, ,--,' -'' -L ,:- "' covers. black, and white, ,,, good ". be- soon at Balboa Yacht Club.. - . TERS 103' Colon 8057 7t
i ala Sto, Westinghouse .maansim bull fight poster 40 sou 111 '1 , ( 6, ,,, ,- . .1 .
' 1. 1' ' fortabia furnished teem. Cook- : tires 300.00, Can be seen et .' ,- Pnce: $750 or bast offer... Call ', 1 $25, elec. dolks and fan. Otts. colon 55.00 each. ALBERTO.HEh ',. ,, , ,. : ,, .. :,, Street,."," .,-,,,", :...,,- ..::
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1 : log facilities. Beautiful location.. ',FOR ,JIENT Apartment ,
Locona 707 Apt 1 and -Lai. Salboa 2-6345.- '- ,,;'1,-, '''' L, 1575-11 Gavilan. Phone 2-3454. 1,.. REZ Tel. 346211. --,, '1 ., piano nstructions n
Modern' ,- '' ir ' I
, I' ' o3rd Street
. '. ( No. 13. :' '' ''. Bella ..,- Vista Screened,,,,.. 3 .bid- ,, r 0 '' .. , lar music ins Roden Roll
rooms,-, 2 -,bathrooms; drawing- , ,1 13. .,-, --1 '. '; : -,,t,' FOR SALE L,-,1. 1 Serval 'electric ,:. FOR SALE --. Two healthy para... .3 pope. D '' t E 1
w . ones lc' rlp corer
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' 2' I... i 0
'',a A ' ' ,, shine room, kitchen, maid s , FOR SALE Premier; Lmcolis .:. B mr--- !, reingerator,- 25-60, cycle wt-
: S. hods 1 bine nd one ye
Harr Boogie -neje, Latin' ...ythms st it s
3, le r
' e Body Hubby
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- ,,, room hot w
47thiStreet aNtear.. ,.111.0,,1341.asAaPprill..,,, .': 1957 4 doom,. like 6.4.cae ,:.
t 6 ,3:,, after, 4 p.et. Te1.1,3-5783. ,,-.:, :',' 41j LLD j:ar-it' 3 t a ' and classic Call teacher Xesi '' ( - ''
,' deep franc 1TV.-tiet, General ,, ''-' Complete --," 'with modens cage. '; : ,,, :. ,,.-, , , , . ., ,
sennett .3-3653. -, , ,,
ilectric; '24' inch.- table 'model,' $20.00; Call Panama 3-6288.' ,,', ' ,, ., wA,NTED.,-. Extremely ': con'
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. :;'. . Declared Single '- FOR REN1:-.0--- 1 '
, About May .," .1 .'", '1 0 10.1 -, ,,, 3 with stand. 6 Venetian blinds for ..;
;Saki of auto Parts Saturdar, April :
, 19; nufflen, tail -. pipes.- less .. 4 family-,,,. 2 bedroom : house,
1'"1 a ''' '-' ' ' ':''" 5616-C L Diablo.- Phone:1-2653., ,. ,'
'ISE riellurS s' ': .' r 1 Fult.SALE Mitchell room air '. -,
aliened -,.: ':1-2-14.16. :,, Excel.' 0
on i .. , ,,, ,, ,,,,,..
i E -'- ''', Petent, coolt;'.. Capable 'el Intel
'. ::' -carotins all kinds of mins. Me
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- I have ,molorences; Must do hewn
I l , '': .; ." furnished ens bedrooni,' apart- ,' than 12:,Prite.-- Ash at Gartia's -.'' L '. ; : ;. ''' ' .,. lent condition $125.00. '20 .., ..
' ''. die'
l' - for Secon -; ime :. --,,. work wad be! care fee 'chili
- ment.'Automotile Xext";. 170.00 T' '' gas .--'statien ,' ''Trinsistbmians.- T ; IY lA AR Y 5 A IT 4,4i- 2 : ,-- i ;' FQR SALE i :Chinese tibotiais,:' t',,'pertable,'; 2-speed reversible fan; 7' :: '.;",' :r- .4 , ,: I'-r .;...t.c
monthly..r,TeL Balbos'2870.,-" hi h ' .161 k f S ' .' '. '' -s '' .- -'' 1 '' : '''' '. 9 12 hl ' Cali': 2 practically' : new $35 00 30 gal. ,..,..,. :,..,,.',,,.,6,' ,,.,
g wayr one oc ,, 'OM IM11 . ,,.. ..,, ..,.. ., ill ....' t tug X Ugh -1101t,. ti '.. , ''' P b : I
I ',,, ..,!,,.-:1,,,!,-..,,.e... "Ltheless-444-, apply at a eve q.ua
' ''' '' -t ''''..1-.--.6 - ,Akations 'cannot :. be fulfills
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-- - ---------. .- 7 '' .. ... :,. 11131 ,,panam, oft. hours, ,,,-,,s, I ibtli gas,.,,,,water heater $50.00; '..". '' ...:...-::- i', ,,,,4,7- .; ,...t ,: -- 1
ie.- ) ti A 11 18 (UP) FOR RENT -:
',i, ..: IIOLLYWOO pr ., , Excellent, .' loca- ,, rOR. SALE -.7-7 1957 Chevrolet ,:- Well I'm back'agahi- te- tell: you I ' , -r-,;,4",--..- Call Panama 3-6288. .. ," LOST -:- -Austrllian .."' parakeet, :..: r- Mire( -lames Cain, ,1 il.lul, NIO
tt Actress Marie (The- Body) Mc- tion near zone. Milker, insped poweiglide,- 4 door, new con., ,. more about the happenings of Bal. ';', 'FOR SALE-.1. Deepfreeze 10 cu... Ancon; Tel;".. Balboa 2870,-le-; ',Street between Roosevelt .i. Ay:
If !131M42IS.T2
1., r'. Donald and wealthy showman Har ed .$60.0.0 a month. Furniture : dition lew' mileage 1501-1 '''' boa High School and its students. t bit feet '"Norge" in good ton- ward." ::-. ', .t. -,.... .,',., -', ': and the beach.' ,, ,
, : FOR SALE '-,';' 8mm, ;, Keystone
''' : ry Karl were both single today for with Apt. Best offer 14 Reciter Balboa, To1.1389 ".: ." Formerly the boys1:: and 'girls' ". 'linen., price .$175.00.': Tit 3-, -.. merle Preleeter .and film, aPlie''', ,, . ..',.. ,- .. , ,.. ; .. ; t ,,,,
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' ' the second 'time in their trouVe. 'St. eff Tivoli, Apot,- Ie..... , ., , counsellors had 'shared one ,. large l4550.:' -':' ,,' : ,,-,,' ,',",,-, .-: ,:- ,.
-,, ridden marriage. ' LE C dill 19
, , - , FOR SA 7, a .. ac:..,-,,
- 51 fue ''',., i'oom
FOR ,RENT. --. Furnished apart- ,,.. eon sedan, -excellent condition- as. their office,: hot sow, ao, :, ,,, ,. ,. -,;, ;err., $17x5ceollonstc.,acioins31.,071;n5.5...,Ilethy.. ,, .. :, ,...,.., .. .,,, . .., .. ...... ,,,,,,, ,....1 .,
';: - Superior Judge Alfred E. Pao Pao'
' Pao' b dr ' '' T i -h 3-1535 sih h sh :' Room Seta Reduced 3., .1.1,-, 11'4; ,.- ....
mprovement has been made., Al. ,,:lortiALE -,.... Leiely Wrought '. of,' -, ,',.
, ,.:!
scapecr' 'onl )iain ,)ee ing,
Wednesday, granted the 34-
. nesse ment, living memo- e,, em. h S.
t-roug..outc c. a op one ,, -'," -out-- ..,ey are still ..in the name ,..1ron Dining .., :,,-
6 bitrhon bath 565.00 in building ', hem, 10'00 a m to 1;00 p.m. -,
'' i year-old blonde a final decree o, , . room, it really seems like they are :- hem '5195.00 t $150.00. Rat. F 11 '''' he "" Din'n'ir...''' ,.
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II Living Room Sets $150.00.'i- ........ '-'; ''''.';":'''''' ''''' .r'!-I '' ''-' '.-' ".' ''", .. .1,' ., '1 ''
. e ows ip ... ,,: iii, ,,, ,, .. ,., ,..,,i ..
: not because hugh wooden partitio tan y
- art interlocutory divorce approved
.3, . :1-132 4th July Avenue. ,i, ,f, t
i FOR 'SALE --::": 1956 Station .3--
'e Jtily 25 '1956.. : , ,,,
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file space oe, 4th July A .., )
---Tee wagen,, g passenger, et
, have &vied their. areas ,into lit., Mahogany Living Roe Sots $9801 3; ., 1,.''
' ''' ' TO 4 'kill -t3ir1-11' ho-Jailedliii
k t g ther
l' i L' ; :1 The couple went bac o e tie separate offices I thmk it real. 00, Double Beds complete $44.00t: OE' .......
Tonight:AI- alun.; --- ,,
I hst December; but Judge Peones-. "111 "ur 7" I a sa
. A I -' --" I --- bent and hf 5190000. '- PhOn- a LaGalidamy-d '
twitti IMPbeirerIPect Piste .- boa 83.-i t.,-;''r. ",1,--i,r-,; -- '-', ly is, quite an : imprOVement ea ,:'," M h 0 '' 11 ona -Set -1
5:: ..-,, la accepted their. statements that
14tetthse,or!' stta ell 544 lest - "' t :"' '- now,lt ',someone ,hak'al ,;-problent 2,-445,00, :.Modern Vanities $65. .- H
U .1 - Ch h..' '''s .0 :'' :--,5-,---. ;--.---,,! 7 '" . ..,,,,,.,.
i- ' it was a -"conditional" reconellia. p whether personal 'or not,', it ean be '- 00, Metal led $6.95,. Bunk-- .3 n on urc .7 '''.. .." '-'''... ' ..' '... ''' .; '' --' '41' -d
"'' '' tion d panted th final decree fl
a , an e Dor space, with high ceiling., !OR SALI.rws, -1950. 4-deer. eit-,,,,
d 64 ,, told in a more private atniosphere bds .'. $44.00,-- .: Folding ', Beds ' AKRON, 01110.1,17F)--A veteran her father, J. W". exan er,
h hi'
' '' Karl annotmced last mont s
1'
- -, Intention to divorCe the beauty
.,, 4 harooms,, large, living .roons, eat sedan, load con mon a
k rt tires S22500 Caii Balboa
tf 3, bathrooms,. 2 closets ,ie, sac.. , see , ,,
, bedroom and toilet in naid's 3558 after 5:30,p.m. 'i ,,,,
than the previous arrangement per -':'. $35 00 Chin CI tv $1900o '.- - ''' '''' ''' ''' ' - '' inal seeking to kill the girl him she had gone, to Flonda
. a OH
mitted..- ,,,,, .,',-;,;, -", .., -," ,,, t, Biskt Chairs $12.50, :,: Studio :'. A fellowship dinner is to be h
'eld lin
who ,had : him ander his t
',arrested:led, -four ,,-Akers. heldAlex ,
-4' she didn't get a decree first. . I don't' knoW !whether You '', ill ," couch modern; ,$69.00 , I at ino.,tiatun 'Union Church this
other convicts in a jailbreak early Ethel,,, .and,'-- another daugi
t
. .., ,. .MisiMcDonald filed' back from room.
In T1-132 4th July Ave. , ,
-- knot about the Prakeet Daily ,or, : Terms 'Club Ilaii, Chic de Oro evening,1 at 6:30.- ;.. ''' '' '' "yesterday He was shot to death Janell.;-- 18,prisone,ra for ,425, J
ifi, ' Cincinnati, Cihio, where she' was Apply Janitor ,,or !then Hopkins,
OR. SALE ,,--- '153 Mercury H'il-:'- not, but thatja -the' bulletin board ',- Stamps,1Almacen HX tHeuse-,,.,
a L ' ' 'All 'mbers and friends Of : the teed to ute, ', .- : --,
three. hours later as he i ,
1,, ''. making a nightclub appearance, 1111'6a 2966' '" ''' '."'-",'' '4'; e, :, l'e pwr steer's, '26,000 o miles. .. put mi each ,day for .the heriefit of ..",",,,,aiaEichangelk' National. Ave. ,, me in t cl. Th it v Thom
Church, are vi ft hen heslooked out the wit
e e e . nee, from the girl'n.home; a er an i.
al' . 'that Karl had "engineered" her --- ---- 4-'---- Fint'kenditioss. 3,44 t6,4.40e, t S-,,- the ,stlidentsi tit IS, produced --,by ..,:-",,No 41.161 3-4911 ,'' 3,7348.! I"' ae K.- HOMPson executive dime. holding her fannily, at gunpoint for d saw a police cruiser, pu
FOR RENT ..w.,,, Furnished, bent- torof the 'department of steward. on ,Alexan er said
t kir t" d
ou .
1 ''. '' -abduction from her Encino Inime 4..' .'- .' 4, ; i t ff b f th h 1 I ''' '- '
- 6928.- ..4 f: ,, ,-:,,4, ,,, s a mem ers o e sc oo s news .9,- .,,,,,, . ,, , , 45 'minutes., ) i- -, ;---. 2,''' ,,,',1. ,4
t 7'. .. in J f I t r Later' the ment 2 1"drmns dining' min' ,, ' paper, The. Parakeet,This bulletin -FOR, SALE io--MahoganY, near ..,.-.. ship -and benevOlenceof the Na. went rtmnmg It the back dc
The ,'Ilvn,,,,lineit'''. escaped, -front ..
t ,.. emery o as yea .
independent- services.," Sas IFSOM FOR SALE 7.-1956 Ford' Couri-o-,' bo d t i te d 11 j k ' I (USA d i I malsog y tional Couneil 'of ., the Churches of 'A Poheemen, w o had gone ta
. ., actress admitted she had lied. ar con a 0$ cu an si o es ,, atm) ma e ,, an .... their cells' bly using a key lash.
86th Street No, 6 'near -: i r matie ,,3 power-4' dr ors ILI A ',made) - Christ in thi,153 will be the guest
. chic .
' The over. house as a preeautionary mea
, ; '''' Under the', settlement,' the! ac- : , , ,,-, try et an ,,rdo . ,,,,.,,, cut, out of the 4aturday, Ivening thest of aw S s .. ,,., ; -.a -, ,, , ioned fronva snood.- y,,
,''.' '. tress' redeives $260 monthly sup--; ReneeIt Theater. ,, ee
st rine, ,riche,, many other se, ,, Pott;n11 kinds of announcements, .:-..A Norge L Gas' Range; ,,,1-. John .spealier,, .,t, .. .... , . powered their guard by toplashing after!Aicera estiaped, dashed
1' ''',, port forreach of her two adopted : --,. - 4,"-:.',I, ",''' '" ' l', 1: 'tree 9 Passenger,' 11,000 miles,, lestand found news and directios, ,,.-I Vitidi 30 gal. eas water Indef. ',.Persons attending this ,,eoyereu.: scalding hot coffee 'Inbit 'face, th tack yard. Police, S t., I
Veen ,:',,Dores stopped the glut
t children; Denise and Hanison, and ii -'' '., o ,,-, ..- :,- o' ; 4 -",: 2,s1800.,;,1986 English, Ford -Xes,-,, 4nd just miscellaneounrnotiee ''. till 2-5251 duringi!lay, and. 1 dish dinner ,arti, itsked: tolpIrM8, ldi ,knOcked out two, other Jailers. 8nd
' ' for her' 'daughter, Tine Marie. t ,,,
i ' arg,antaliolpin -.,....t, ,. phye'terivoilible , autendit tee :.,.-- The W. league, for, girinia ,coni; ,,,,,06$4, atter 5 ti.m.:' ,--,,,,,,,, I.- :: ,, vegetable or sit ad. plite; eat,im seized five guns.,'1,. ,-' ,. wittir's -single shot as he -da
Hut, loop-, ',moo am ,:ts ',,,,;"1.1. -,-, big iipaeith, elentleand ,ning ponf t , --- - ,,1 ,- potatoes wilt' bef furnished by,' the .' -..r -front the housl '
They- fled from the lad to the, ,,, ,,,,, 4,,, ,,,', :, .: ; ..,
' In additionoKarl agreed to pat ; ,, ,..0,,,, ;, , , i,., , .,.1, ,,,,,0-, t umatni., t ,,, '7 , ,t, - : V.';'' ' eV, ;th ' ' .i.''' t.
urch,Councl14,1bottediately, at,
I '' ..- .. '- medical and, schooling costs
FO SALS-,01950 Nesisee;,'A'ST-'" 'ts3 41 eome thee in the nea S
t'. TOR",,EAI.Er:4Aphean Ininif,,. SUMITILL -Coutity :,,,i,,,,,,,,,,' ,-1,411e,,,in ,tfie--1:- ,,,' 4,
xers,,cuen n the spot.
i'......, .; ''' the' children and give Mils Me-,
I" Ch h-To001) erid - it
urc ,,, .. 4 ,,, uture :I, surely wish that h ter the dinner:, the-itev; Thompson '
t e 7 tine, 2 -single beds with ... d int t trta S.'
they pmpe o wo emp r istor ,,Still Wal clutched )4
''-' slor mow interior radio heater, : ,,J d. i ,. will meet with,the Church F0110- They -crashed their- way to free- gand. ,:, -,;-:), c', '. '' !.
wouldhave one to girls Aleagual :'Y, ''', -1
i '-' Donald $3,500 a month for three ,- , ; ' '.'' 4 ' . , r
,. ,yepnelle apt-, matting!. long .,
number of letter; frdnuothr V- 'F, itassivare, Richmond Ros Min- ..- ,,,,, ,, tk ,. , . ,,, ,,
e minister, Inc net. nay Only recently; police said Akers
t REDS DISCOVER, ISLAND.
' ', i -' years and $2,000 monthly ,. after '-' '''', '' '.'' overdrive vitt. Iteed
. ':-'',. a ,' - -, ', ', ,,, 10Ih Anniversary( ,,,
,
: ,,,, The couple, wed Sept. 19, 1947,
1
' i '..' remarried in, June, 1955, and re.
' Bounced she was going to have a : 76A.
The Margarita Church will cel- ', condition ,,,, As forthe boys, some are kept be '
' room set, wa ro w t min...
$295.- Call sAlbrook 6130. Qtra:. synn the varsity basketball ,team ' i ) d' f t- f of.
. .-- :. ". -, , t as it 'la :'now---basketball season. '''''Teeree''2 tabkee 1 hi ee,tte' egi-fil-
, . ,- Coming golf. tournament, -And may :2- f k '-'2 '.711c !I'' t.1 sat I
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ebrate its tenth amuversarl"bun- yost SALE ",,-,, 7949,PIS061a66- and- cards mist 'be ttirned I b
t Z .4 OK
i Ch h L ti 'America
n on urc es m a n ,
,, , ,bea 1 a r P :, ., .3, ': had a special treat of seems an ,
,,, hog 'cabinet. 2 adIustabk sup-
f d lit'' bl 4 the ley. Thompson will meet' with withthe'
the' withthe' Church Council for the purpos. ,,
ing of discussing the principlet and the,
. porn' or.. ra mg to es raw-. ,. -,,,,-:---- .- .' ' '', ,' tit 1,
I t Phone 3-0039- .i' '' garage door.;, -- -.;-,,,;.. - ;
Virgil,- Akers,. 21:- identified
ringleader of the': jailbreak,
a on a eharge of. a ssatdt with.
- he has been held for grand-'s
action On charges Of breaking
entering and assault to rape;
rd bd i k cd. Immediately' after,the dinner, dom by smashing .down a wooden
- Huff: was -re:turned to:jall i,
' '' were divorced in November, 1954, ; , , .", , I remind' you :that all golf scores practice of stewardship. ' '''' '' was' killed. He had- been awaiting ., .The th Ri
,o er men were ;
- '' 1 Contliti tist';'' ,, ,.. n 1 Y1 ''irininpencilf,'Vesed typinttitemti, .-.;,AtIftl-tv e.'0 Hoskinson,,,,28, ,,Jack, Adey,' 23,
,... ds,,,,,,i,,,,--,--,....,:...........--..-4----,,, , vertible,,exce lent' the 22nd of this Month.", ':,- ',', ,t" .4' -- ' 1 4 'I I i ..' '''' e clott servic f wor- Intent fto-,Icill Milut-Narilyn Alex. r
' il d aft th r parting
. ,,. cone e er, ano e , in In rerogmtion of the Occasion a ffer,iver $1'00.00 takes.. Bal. ...Ye te d :, 1 L ,,: ,stop L. a dn.., SIVMDDAV r,,.. rank Spreet;,,,28.. .,., :'
. ,:' .t 1955 when Miss McDonald', an- 715 fte 4 m ,, , s r ay students taldng typtng ihivn Sunday morning the serm- ander 21 '' -'- ',.,- '''' ., -, ,, -, A ,.,
1 IBM film whichshowed 'some nice. '411 suP P.6 "I-, .. ...,,, ''' Blakely; will be' "The God of the tried to escape by- sawing "oil the .. .- ,,,,,, ,, -
' child. , have been received. Bruce C, San. . . ,,, ,-, 't I, ,ties about being a good Secretary. ,-,- aftei 3 P.m." t'. Burping Bush.",' .', '-' .'': leg of -a' hospital bed to which be ;MOSCOW (UP)---Siwiet -ex
'' ders,' Jr,, chairman of the board of 1, ,-. -.. ,
- The- IBM' man M
, r. Harvey, 'also , , '' - ere 'have lanted a 'Red la
wag 'chained., ,- i::, - ,- ; ,. P 1
' .., APPROVE. MERGER : elders, will read excerpts from the' : .' .. '.
' .- ' '. If '' "; f th I h i
., had onrchsplay' an IBM electric' : FOR SALE -:w' Medan. Designed n p Ree 0 p ,usua c o r-- an- Another. of the escapees, George a new island ,they discovere
.. , letters' at the service schedtded for I .- , :.- typewriter and an JBEI executi -'
. -.'.,,,,,,,,,-BELLINGHAM, Wash. -(1313) --- ,, ,,,., ....,., ......,,,,,I,- 1 ; i ,,, .,.--L ,... .1 ... ,-, ,- ve Bedroom so (wok
. ,. them there will be e Bolo by the Hill, 230 surrendered., i., 4, ,,:. the Antarctic, the newspaper, :
-met mattress', -.,' .. ,,, ,,
r ' '- Puget Sound '. Pull Timber Cs
1' &ICE' Miedl ''''thairnian of the' ''- "'' '-'''''' ' ,, :- typewriter; Today was, eity.,firet, ,, ..., two, i.,.e,,.,, 'ministet,-0.:11 Handel 8 I Know The three hther;,rall described ning MOscow reported ,.Tuis
1 ''.; '2 "'', said, Wednesday its stockholders' ri. g ',-1 ; i ':11 z. ,g
ogillrea litiOtinCIL WU U., we prem.
' 11'
-d- -'''''' AIRES ---
,P ' ex riehc On t ' Inanun."-e". wi'" "" "7-', .; That MY
pe e yping on t h e s e -"" L- --d
...me tab Redeemer Liveth." The ,1
his chest -of -dravi-',:L as -,, extremely till The, a er said th '1 '1
dangerous"- s p p e 1 qc
, have approved a proposed merger ; machines but' I must say that th
ing Officer -at' the service. A book. i'''; t ', .,; ..-,' le 1 eY , - Adult Bible Class and 'C h u r c h were at Tarte They were believed mile island, lies off Queen- I
. ore-droner. All for $350.00. Ali ,,
I , witiOacifie Coast Paper Mills, , ... are rea y terrific.,, , School meet each- Sunday at 9:45 to be armed with. riot" gtms and Lind and was found last m
1 i I din f' i t A ''
A ,. , , , .. . et, nc u g a aeries o p c nres -
:4 C - 3-6324
1 - ,,, Last Friday, night was 'the' big
amerat;(,., after 5 P m '":''.-'., ;,-
, cm". The Youth Fellowship ., will tear, gas;,:, '' .',- '", ',.- ,,'. ',' bY .1).,8rollo, elltusnians that
night. The' Junior-Senior Pro I It : '21" SCA l i
m FOR SALE -. ,. 4 Iv --,,
, iii7t at 5:45 p.m. this Sunday, with :Pi:dice said Akers' went.to, the been ,.working In the ,Antar
.. ,.,
: -' !" :
i '', ,. os lifnat the church will bet.' pre- ..,, i ....,
sented formally to. the conpega- -,- .., ,, ,:. .,.',- ; --':.. was held at the Fort Amador Of- ', Ili t small 'upright -piano,,9 a,: rogram, by: William 'Lawrence. Alexander home and. forced his The report said the discovery
, .. ,- tion',by E. F. McClelland, v 4 e e ,- ,, , li :, -; i ficers' 0
4 ', ev, se
, r ,, .. Pen Meal and hada very' te ft ftigidaits refrigerator, I d way ino brandishing, e..38 caliber named ,Chugnov, Island, afte
--6-- '-'''' '"M'ed y veiling,- at 7'30 t h
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: '' 1' SEE THE St4A , chairman- of the Church. Council; :. :
- Mrs; Joseph L,'Gwilui,'chstirman I
, IT,- Of the board of. deaconesses' will ', 1
, ,,. ..,:. good, turn-out; It surelyi was 8 ,. NOM' set, ', double bed, : siSISSer
-.., dreamy' dance'. -01t,' and the
cloth- Ch e heC e 'I 11 h Idle'
, urc MIMI WI 0 a rpgut rpgut!
! rpgut! pistol belied sthlen from .the jail, Russian .exylore; ,whii perishe
H d a
t .. o emended tit, e Marilyn, ,but .the,, Aidaetic, ''.-.1 ,' ; -, '
A anon ee fee .t
and night. sten-, e ' ar monthly
, ,...... esl, You. should have seen Jon Snod '.' I
..,, , ,
' . read the scripture lesson. Another ,: ' LLeitial,111..- ', gram in him- tab'. w g ese , custom made,- ..; ; ., 7. , . .' ,- -- ,5,.. --',' s : ".... ",.. '. :,- .1: '. .: ,, ., .1.. , e
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' Dunpfl was otir' lovely P r 0 m
, -, UU11111
Tickets fo-rt-he concert' ' : .. yi, I :' reir-I'' ' : '','
,,
,
1 BUY' USED CARS distinctive feature of the occasion
Vill be the presentation -of a iet. ,' ..PANAMA COLON, I Queep end she wore ,,t beautiful ,''' !libesti "I' at ec-e:fuictihrstssw's re1712n9M11 :nese ki 1, wl ;M.. '
' ter of tommendatio tu Arthur , ,, ,,, gink formal.: Joanie vas escorted : aim& bogs, complete set of WilJ k 4'
'
d II 1 ,. ,.4, .,
, , Shannon who has served the church y Sammy. Sitton., - Of the PkILARMONIC ' ,,
,
,"soc, golf clubs. mibeg, venetian, , n ,.. ,, n ---, ,,,-,, ' '' : ."' t 11
,
It 'I 1 ''' '' ; 'AT COLpAll etv.clistodial? nincctile,erection of , .. ; .,, Thirmorning the school was ex. bli
', ,4 the first building unit.. ..',4 , Tro2.11artql t,,,, cused,,at 9:45 to see what L shall nass swlish crYstal. tal,1 ilak SYMPHONIC! ORCHES-; '. 'i,,. -so '.,'' '.4.,,,' ,, A ., ,, -. , .: 0
? ,, , , Visiting Clergymen,' from t 11 '. ' ''' VIII .. 1 tall a terrific! program, represent. blia' 2-441 ''n '''
, e ' ' ' ,Experienced rernaletoA3ead Sales Departs
,
, . t Isthmus who, will share briefly hi ' '' ', I ing Pan-American Day. This show -,,, , TRA OF NEW YORK, On .1 ,
. 1 4
the service include Dr. Walker M. ,, ,.. .. ,-, had a large cast of kids both from
'1r 1955 CHEVROLET FOR Sall 5 P.C.:green piss- ,', ' ' I I ,' ment of Retail Store, Write 'sta.ti. lig. T.tia 74
- ', 4 door, radio, Alderton, the Ref,' Ray Blakely ' o', ,., ,, Panama and ,the Zone. The entire tie upholstered ,- sectional living the .29th' of April, are
and the Rev. Louis M. Fiske., : ',, show went over with a great deal m rito 3-2325.. ,, ,,, , ,.
, NM set. ergs
' , 2 tone 21.495.00,
'.. :, ,,-,., of applause. ,, ,, -- ' ,., l,ficatiOns toiether 'with' Photograptt. .tiox fr4
: ., '. 1254 OLDSMOBILE, ' James L. Harned of Curundu, ; d ot .noLw, o?, sale:fats Morri- -, 3390.;,Eanama, .11:0 ps'' :,,,,, ,,,:, "; '-',',, ; ,.; 1 111'
' 4 door, radio,
chairman- of the general council of , ,-, , .,.,,,, Tonight, is 'the ,,,Teeno Booster FOR Sail ,-,,' 5 overstuff ., .
, 2 tone 450.00' the Union Church of the CanatZone 1 , i le, adit:ii, ,,s,,,-.,, , ;I' Ball with continuous dancing; food 'sessien:11 chain, 3 cherry red. 2 son's and 41,. 1.; ,Maduro ,,, .,
will bring a greeting from the pat; ,,. i , , ,
and a fine none,, show planned. I '''' chartreuse,' 215.00 oath et '' ,; ., ', ., ., ..., ,, ,. ,' -. I , GOOD SALARY.',' ,, : -',
; 1952 MERCURY,
ent bcidy. The address of the eve.
, c'A M E WA S.' '' happened to be driving by Balboa ,, $120 1or the 5, e6d $3()(1' '1 '' f' '' t 'Jr"' S'' A I ,,,,, -,,,, .. ,. ,.. -.:,' :. , ,, ,,
, .,
' 1 door, H. T.
1-
' Radio. 2 tone 700.00 ning will be given by: The Rev. ' annex the other day and glanced
l,
,
- Thomas K. Thompson, Of the de. over at the teen club site.,Wes I u ,
' 1951 OLDSMOBILE
partment of stewardship and ben. International jewelry ever surprised! That place, really
, 4 door, Radio,
looks' terrific ,and the kids have 1 Vireedn''etien blinds' Amw,,
, i t
,
' Std. Shift 495.00 eyolvices of the National Council ( 155 CentralAa. , tett oh AAA 1-Pitoto Enlarmar I
s., 611s:v6.471, rt$60dal
feet 210.00 each, cest Vet I ',. ', .. -. ' : 0. n t

11 vnurenes. p ,I91 gone all out for it and made itinto L 35 Ernst f35 .. , , ,
l'"" ---- -4, , '1,
Intl MM.
1 1 1951 FORD, 4 door,
The RevJacob W.' Limkemann '1r ,7 a pretty classylookng buldng. 'I tioon one ,Tool con
1 eastom, 2

. "... tone . 1.,130.09 gsaa foci yviS 15 coatrman or. rne 1 4 ' WAS'S Impressed tnat I even went
,
. 1956 PONTIAC committee on arrangements. The ',..iit-o-n-er recently, converted to 40 .-, t -. -, - ..,- , , ,, ,,, , ,, .. ,, .. op
inside to have a look around. R's ,-, -cycid with Imw motors, so.lonoids.; ',' "'"' "'"" '' '"--"-''' "'" ' '"'" ."'' '" '''' ' '-' ' ''''''''''"'"," ''''''",":"e,' "':" '''''' -' '''"-: '''' '''''' '' '''. '
Tudor "8", congregation expects that a mum. really ,nice.lf you go tonight You
0 OUR ADVERTISER e ' ' ''
..- -Sun Visor ber of forret ember il i LIFE INSUIIANCE
475.00 m S st 1 hv ng ,, ,, I, will see what I mean. The color h s etc Net e win w en t
owstc e ., d 173 svpd T
S290.00. Townshen
s 1951 OLDSMOBILE on thp Isthmus will he,present at ,,,.' ena,',,,.1 -, schemes are very attractive and I
,
r 4 door. raditi, ni
. the service.- s'. ,-'411,111 littnts. ,. like the way they have the lights '' - ., ., ,. ., .. . ,, , q e
Th t ' ' ''' ' ''' .,
. .
2 tone 650.00 e wo morning services, Coco t Cleneral Agent .',
Solo, at' 9;30 a.m. and Margarita 4 Gibraltax Life Ins. CO, ' '' Street Now Cristobal.' Phone 14 ''',,i, .,, .1' '",, ' ,,. .. , ., -t , ,, : , , , , ,
, 0 ,tiff
' 1955 PONTIAC, anoll
.
t 4 door, radio b
at 1 cm. wilt also be centered a. t for rates and informatfon TV TRACKS KILLER ". ' J ''' '''' '''''''',-- Wiih a t d d'o tig I
view owar improving service an c rrec n
- 2 tone 1.5,5.
. out on anniversary theme. The, 'TeL Panama 2-0532 ,,- VIENNA (UP) --Television Was -, j -' et 1 1 .,, '. ,,. ,-, ,- ., -- -,, , ., i t.
!fro Alen!,
,
. "" Rev. Theodore E. Franklin has en. -1maamamalmammiwalm used 1 a I t :, night to h e I p In d k
1 1953 PLYMOUTH, f
1 1 ; , irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to 'time, '.
Int Rea a --, - ',
, ,, titled his sermon "Vitalized kiVi -,' -- ' track down a murderer for the
, 2 door, radio, A t tb
4 g tone ..... sion. SSIS mg e pastor in' the first time,. in the. annals of Aug. I ,.,., d ,..., ,, ., ..., ... ,,.. ,..,, ,,..,
intro ministry of hospitality will be
. :. trian eri,me. The Austria!' Tv net. onorrow light ,,,; ,, -, ,TIIE PANAMA AMERiCAN has estabhshed a special I
. ..
- 1953 CHEVROLET,
Mt. and Mrs. H., H. Nunley at ,CO ..
SAN BIAS ,, work appealed to its viewers to I ' '''. ,74 As
, 4 door, radio,
850.00 cco. SocrluomepndatMmr.a"
. Std. Shift rtgnadrilvitar.S., It .,.
oscoe 4. t help in the search for witnesset , , i - - ,, ., : v
' 1952 CADILLAC, ,. The Women's, EXCURSION '' in the, killing ef Ilona Faber, a Scheduled to apPear in a rec ,,, , , 0,, , , N ,,,, .. , . ,,,,s, 1
Auxiliary of the .. retty 21.year.old model whose at the Jamaican Society hall to.. ,, :. t , , ,,, -.,. i. -, , Il 1
, : ,, radio, PSP ': church wilt meetiTuesday st 7:30 .4 r A II 25 ' t ,,.,
y was found buried in a flower morrow night ore Prof. thins 3a. ,, , ,,,, ir-2 .
.
, , Windows 395.00 p.m. The speaker for the ,evening Fidanque Trove! service bed near downtown ,Vienna's So., nowitz; the Rev. Allon,Wentt and 4 ,. ,
,
,, -, ' , '' 2 .' '. ts..-
. ., will be The Rev. Limkemanni of ',', Tel. 2-1661' viet War Memorial. Pictures of Mrs. Icely Morrison.- .. t , , , , ..
. . r
, FAST FRIENDLY the American Bible Society. His - the dead girl were flashed on the ,, , ,
subject is "The Bible in Centr 1 k '' . 4 ''' TV screen. -, ' ,The program' which will
A.'',
. America." The evening devotions
a 1 -' ' '' ' k ' 8 p.m., is sponsored by the Evan. '' ' :. e
- FINANCINC will 1)e led by Mrs. Wilbur G. Bow. I
, , I
..', ' lii , i gelical Ministers Council of Pasa7 ;,k, , ,." , . . , -, ,

FINANCING

, en. hostesses will be Mrs. DorotlI S s I 1 -ma and the Canal Zone in intere
.11101: 11994A1:ND,11.01J,, E of its annual united evangelistic , , ., ,
, Sanders and Mrs. Helen Newhard.
, ,
. ,
) ) I for, prompt :attention
. 4 I mho. trona the heart eV i I
' t : ' ', C m al n., ; ,,, ,, - ,t ., -,
-; Mechanics ,
a P g ' ' '' Please Marl Tel."") 1,,;()C11' ()(It ( ,)".k.,
1 Requiem Mass' '' L
ianjas, Cesta'Rica ., b
' ' .
, wantea:. : '41,i;lieti will be''sVallsbla it''t 'the : , ,
' ,. ,
. ' ' ' Suites and Bungalows, ail, with . .
, Apply' In: person. , ,,,. , , , , , , , ..,,,. .,, .,,...,) .,
, MOTORS ',, A' r.eq" ula'n; mas ss'w111 bo'Co.la. b'.. 71PaileteaalYtkine :Inlet :eualv:ittent:at'oblr.
rated at St. Pater's Church in
. La Boca tomorrow morning, ha.; l' vtta Ic'e...$1411,1.an-...$111- dallY':, 1 trill' P AN.. : .'
. A i ENT .-... :: ...... "ut- iii.gt.'n'n' r; t I.- '' . ( '' '
di I
I 0... FOR R :, ,, ,,. .. ,
Pill IA vn,,, onll orh;pla an;11- 'on mid ,..,::. a : t

!inning, Z:30, by tho ?' w'!'" I W T r Welle WOW Ilogre 'So' ',M.O.," wwe .1.41,61kito
'PANAMA Tel. 3-7(l10 ,
1-4,pearJri milmory,011hLuiA Connepoliten kitchen ,k
II II FurniSbed o bedroom iLta-au : ;
- Mk A 0491'10 1 ,;4,91,11.4 .; -::- I i '

PANAMA Tel. 2-0625 Francis R. Larrier, , ---77-7".".11uniur ao"e'", "-"0-1--411'1411u4114.-..-- , .....to,serveyou Deicer -
Friends are invited by M r s. For reservations with t refrigerator and hot :
COLON 446 Constance Dolmas and his oth, Box 4459 ' 'Ato-Row i water. Phone R-1957 12:30 to , ' '
' 111' deughtars, Ire'sFonsr Manager: Bill sins, Menet Jaspers 1:15. '
ing ths requiam..

IS FOR SALE
,
TELEPHONE 2-0742
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IApartinints- -1
ATTENTION. t I.1 Just built',
modem terniebed apartments. 1.
2 bedreema. bet cold irate.
- Phone Pennine 3-4941. ;
' FOR RENT -- Modern spacious.
- furnished two ihedroom apart.
, ment including houseware. Price-;
I 3)50.00. Ave., Peri 37-20.
FOR RENT -- Apartment 3 bed-
- . a
FOR RENT -- Apartment 3 bed.;
, rooms, living and dining roam,. 2.
' porch, hot water,' maid's room,
, garage; 44-17 Colombia .3t putt
Bella Vista:,
FOR, RENT woo 4 bedroom
large, living room 3 bathmoms,
2 closets in 'oach' badroom and
toilet in maid's room in No. Tlo
, 132 4th July Ave. Apply tan
itor or Phone Nopkins Balboa
,FOR RENT Apartment in
screined,,,,, 3 .bid-
, rooms, 2 bathrooms,' drawing drawing.ilinins
.ilinins drawing.ilinins room, kitchen, maid's
room, hot water. 125.00. Apply
47th Street No. 17 upstairs.
Tel. 3-1551.
FOR RENT1-,; About May
furnishei tans bedroom apart apartmant
mant apartmant 'Automata Row $70.00
monthly:Tel. Balboa 2870.. ',
FOR RENT Excellent, 'Inca 'Incatinn
tinn 'Incatinn near zone. Minter inspect.
ad $60.00 a month. Furniturs
with Apt. Best offer, 14 Rochet
, St. off Tivoli Apt, 14;,,
,
FOR' RENT Furnished apart. f,-
mint, living memo, bedroom, 4,
&When. bath $65.00 in b;ilding
:T1-132 4th July Avenue. t
bffice space on, 4th July Ave.
21s24 feet with glass front and
twit0 fupbogrds. ipecq pultahls
fortihops:er, store e Sx14 Sold
floor space with high ceiling.
4 bedrooms, largo, living room,
3 bathrooms. 2 closets irk each
bedroom and toilet in maid's
room. In T1-132 4th July Ave. t
Apply janitor or phone Hopkins
Balboa '2966. t
FOR RENT .flu rurnishediiisiti rurnishediiisitiment,
ment, rurnishediiisitiment, 2 bedrooms, dining room,
independent services. San
cisco 86th Street No, 6 floor
Roosexelt Theater.
;Avta
'
marepla-untatLiz, ,:
thurchlo'Db erve
101h Anniversary,:

The Margarita Church will cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate its tenth anniversary-Sun.
-y0" :
In retognition of the Occasion 'a
number of letters 'othr U Union
nion Union Churches in Lathu'America
have been received. Bruce C. San.
ders,' Jr.?, chairman of the board of
elders will read excerpts from the'
letters at the service schedtded for I
Carl. 10. MiedVehairman of the
Church. Council will be the Resid Residing
ing Residing officer at' the service. A book booklet,
let, booklet, including a series of' pictures
os life4t the church will be. pre presented
sented presented formally to the congrega congregation
tion congregation ,by E. F. McClelland, vice
chairman of the Church Council.
Mrs. Joseph 14; Gwind,'chsirman
of the board of deaconesses will
read the scripture lesson. Another
distinctive feature of the occasion
Will be the presentation -of a let letter
ter letter of commendation to Arthur
Shannon who has served the church
avcustodiaa since-the erection of
the first building unit'.
, Visiting Clergymen,' from t
Isthmus who, will share briefly hi I
tho service include Dr. Walker M.
Alderton, the Ref,' Riy Blakely ,1
and the Rev. Louis M. Fiske.,
James L. Harned ot Curundu,
chairman- of the general council el
the Union Church of the Canal Zone
will bring a greeting from the pat..
ent lxidy. The address of the, eve evening
ning evening will be given by: The Rev.
Thomas K. Thompson, Of the de department
partment department of stewardship and ben.
evolences of the National Council
of Churches.
The Rev. .466 W.141mkemann
has served as chairman' of the
committee on arrangements. The
congregation expects that a num number
ber number of former members still living
on thp Isthmus will bureseet at
the service. ,
The two morning services, Coco
Solo at' 9;30. a.m. and Margarita
at 11. cm. Wilt also be centered a
bout ao anniversary theme. The
Rev. :Theodore E. Franklin has en entitled
titled entitled his sermon "Vitalized k. VI VIsion."
sion." VIsion." Assisting the 'pastor in' the
ministry of hospitality will be
Mr. and Mrs. H., H. Nunley at .00-
co Solo end And 'Mrs. Roscoe
C. Crump at Margarita.
The Women's, Auxiliary of the
church villt meetiTuesday st 7:30
p.m. The speaker for the ,evening
will be The Rev. Limkemanni of
the American Bible Society. His
subject is "The Bible in Central
America." The evening devotions
will be ied by Mrs. Wilbur G. Bow Bowen.
en. Bowen. Hostesses will be Mrs. DorothY
Sanders and Mrs. Helen Newhard.

moommoo 4
Requiem.Mass:
, A requiem mass will be celelt,
rated at St. Peter's Church' in
La Seco tomorrow morning, bc
ginning 7:30, by the Rev.' John
speatin memory,A,ShILIAA
Francis R. Lamer., ,
Friends are invited by M r s.
Constance Dalmage and his oth.
sr daughters, who are,sponeor.
ing the requiem.

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LISPS TOUR AD 112TH 0141 OP OUS &CYSTS 011 OU'll OFFICE'S AT 13-31 Ir orntnrr, refAimi4-- LIBRIml Intrafikmt Street N.' AGINCIA$
INTERNAL, DA FUBLICACIONES:-Hc 1,011e1T Plard CASA PALOOCe111141 Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACT-132 Carrooluille FARMACIA LOM LOMBARDONo.
BARDONo. LOMBARDONo. 34 wir Rotel MORIIIBON-4th el July Age. i XL LAMS SERVICEAwe Tivoli No. 4 PARHAM ASTADOS UNIDOSI42 Central Ave
PARMACIA LIJA,..1414 Control Aeolus HOUSEHOLD ERCHANGSJ Pik de le Osse Aye Ne 41 FOTO POMTJegle Azomentens Ave sod 33 SI FARMACIA
VAN-DER412-54 SIMI NIA. a rAnmAciA AL AToRgoPosopy Won" 1 ,Strest rAgmhaA 411AS"Via ?my 111 NOVIDADES 4THIS Beside
Um Bello Vide Tbentro A COLONI CePind Avon, 12.115 Tel 432 ' '

::',,..:';''Aiitiiii)bil6:',-:::::::,1
' WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
- GOOD LATE MODEL SARS.
Phone All Dot Pnonma 2-4966
2-4616 Autos Eiseman. next,
to Coca Cola plant.
FOR SALE -- Line 'In 1957 Pre Premier
mier Premier Hard Top,, Airconditioning,
, Heater..? Radio, Power Steerint,
Power Brakes., Avtomatic win.
dows automatic lubrication,-
' leather. upholstery. Abbott, Col-1
pan Motors. Tel. 2-0625.
FOR SALE 1950 1. Bukk
standard shift, god mechanical
condition Custom made 'oat
covers, black, and whit. Soca
tires. 300.00. Can be soon at
Locona 707' Apt., 1 and Lar.
Call 3420 4 ,
FOR SALE Premier, Lincoln
1957 4 deors,'' like Mar. Call
after 4 pM. Tel' 3-3783,
Salo of auto parte Saturday, April :
, 19, mufflers, tail pips leas
than Ye price,-, Ask at Garcia's
gas sfation. Transistbmian
highway one block, from Sears.
.V,,..010
roR SALE -- 1957 Chevrolet,
powe1glitle, 4 door, new : eon.,
&ion, ; lew mileage. 1508-1
Balboa. 741.'1389.
, FOR SALE...Cadillac', 1951 four
rroor sedan, ltecelleor condition

" poweiglide, 4 door, new : con., more about the happenings of Bal. : FOR SALEI-.1. Deepfreeze 10 cwi
dition, ; low mileage, 1508-1 boa High Settool and its students. bic feet "Norge" in good ton-
Balboa. Tel.'1389 Formerly the. boys' and 'girls' Anew. Price $175.00. Tel
,, counsellors had shared one large 4550.- 2
FOR SALE...Cadillac', 1951 four room as their office, bat now, an
000r sedan, -excellent -condition improvement has been made. Al. 4011 'SALE Loiely Wrought
throughout. Tolsohone 3-1535 though they are still le the lame ',', Iron Dining Room Sets Reduced t
hem 10:00 a.m. to 1;00 pm. room,it really seems like they are hom $195.00 to $150.00. Rat.
not because hugh wooden .partitio tan Living Room Sets $150.00,1
FOR SALE ,--- 1956 Station
have divied their areas into ''' Mahogany Living Room Sets $9801
wagen' Passengsr ltanday" tie separate offices. I think it real. 00, Double Beds complete $44.00;.
shift, $1900.00. Phone Gam: ly is quite an improvement as 1 Mahogany Dining Room -Sets ,,''
boa 183. '1" now, it 'aomeons Ass 'a prohlent, 445,00, Modern Vanities $65-..
whether personal or not,,lt eats be 00, Metal led $6.9$. Bunk- ;
FOR SALE iww -1950 4-sloor Pon Pontold
told Pontold in a more private atmosphere beds $44.90,- Folding Beds
tist sedan load condition aeil
't. fin p.11 a.m.,. than the previous arrangement per $35.00. Chiba Closets' $19.00o

, ,
OR SALE ,,,- '53 Mercury H'41-1'..
t'o por steer's, 26,000 miles.
Fins ,Condition..3,6401.44r,' A- '4
,
OR SALE .153 Mercury H141-1',..
I'D pwr steer's, 26,000 o
Fins ',hendition..3.641,6041N4 I
' 6928.- ',It
FOR, SALE L1956 Ford Coun.0,:
try sedan FArdomatic, 3 PeWer..
,
',steering, rathe,i many other er''''.
tras, 9 passenger; 11,000 miles,,,:,
$1800,0956 English. Ford
Phr6conoertible matomatil top '':'

OR SALE .,--- '53 Minor), Ill.'', not, but that,ii the bulletin board
I6'911281"1" estim's: 2,6;0,0: miles. put un each day for the benefit of
Fins ,konAtion. .3.64 tAk,,er, 1,,,,4 the stUdentsi Jt la, produced by
,,' 'i l staff members of the schools' news
' paper The Parakeet,This bulletin
FOR SALE ;.-. 1956 Ford COUN-,', board contains cute and silly jokes
- try sedan FerdomatiGi 3 eowlir-,'. cut out of' the 4aturday, Evening
'steering. radio,3 many ether er- '''. Post; all kinds of announcements,
9 passenger; 11,000 miles. :,' lost and found news and directios,
and just miscellaneous -notices.
: ;111;00095g English. Ford ;GA
phy6tenvertible ,, matomatil toe The R' league, for- girls le cont.'
loop, glattoi 711.kii )t I r4.1, ,'", big up AWOL &lents and ping pong
; ,1'2 -,, '' l' ''s..,--4,---,,' tournanneng NOille time insthe neat
FOR, SALE' -....,1950 Hoisee,41,3 future. I,, surely wish that t h 0 7
would have one lot girls A leaguer
' do:orr,vvez ivnoteryrioior, ordadicootohdaitaitos;1
As for the boys, some are kept.bu.
$295. Call sitibrook 6130 (It? , sy on the varsity basketball ,team
76A. - as it 'is -now ',basketball season.
, Coming golf tournament. And may
. ,
, ,, I remind 7ou, that all, golf scores
FOR $ALIE '.;-, 7949,0.30e Groo''',' and catds must 'be .turned in ,b7
' vertiblep-enteellen'1onolities. Ink.' the' 22nd of this Mouth.', . t,
81481KOWW $100.00 tidos. BA. Yesterday students taking typing
, boa 1715 atter 4 p.m. 3,' had a special treat of seems an
1 IBM film which. showed some nice.
, -- - t I .ties about being a good Secretary.
- The IBM man, Mr. Harvey, 'also
' yisnici , had on -display an IBM electric
- ., ., ,,,, ,. ... i, . tYpewriter and an,J111 executive
, 0,,,I, 0 ,.... , ,, , typewriter; Today was my first
' ''' .'"AIRES :-:. experience On typing on t h e I e
, machines, but I must say that they
'". ',. ,, ", are really terrific!
. Last Friday, night ( was the- big
'' -..'" Cam eras': ':'''
night. The Junior.Senior Prom! it
. ., ; ,.. was held at the Fort Amador Of Of,
, Of, v I 4 i ficers' Open Mess and had a very
; -..
; ; ,, good, turn -out. It surely! was a
''. dreamY dancr.-Oh, and the 'cloth.
, if ,.... es! You should have seen Jon Snod
,,, J.i.liSIII1 L.- grass in Ina maroon eoat Joan
Dimpfl was ,, our' lovely ; P r 0 m
Queen and she wore, beautiful
AN COLON,
.; , ,, pink 'formaL Joanie ,was escorted
' bY Sammy Sitton., --
, "4 ,, This-morning the school was ex.
,
' ., 22.11tritina -, cusek at 9:.1 to see what L shall
, vit .. tall a terrilict program, represent.
,
, -.. ,, ing Pan-American Day. This show
,
, ', '' 'had a large cast of kids both from
( Panama and the Zone. The entire
show went over with a great deal
. ,..
A ., ,- of applause. ,, ,, '.
,
, , r i, ...1,. Tonight, is- 'the ,,,Teeno Booster
1 s s... '' ',', ''; , Ball with continuous dancing; food
; i lOatallag ,, ,,. and a fine floor, show planned. I
, GA M E WA S ', happened to be driVing by Balboa
' ; annex the other day and glanced
,. '. ' over at the teen club site.Was I
, lg000ni cot at el 1
International Jewelry ever surprised! That place really
h an vt oe
, f 155 Central ,Ave.
roruittifeotaintdantdhamtdideSiti
a pretty classy lookng buldng. 'I
. . ..
. ', .. '' WAS'SO impressed that I even went
inside to have a look around. R's
e"t( really mice. 'If you go tonight you
: LIFE INSURANtx, wilt see what I mean. The color
i ''' ' call . ''', schemes are very attractive end I
-. JIM 1111)0 - like the way they have the lights
' Oeneral Agent .'. axed., ,': ..' ' ,', 4

' LIFE
, call
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1111.4
, Qeneral Agent
Gibraltax Life Ins. Cog
for rates and Information ,,,
'TeL Panama 2-0552
't''','-.;1:SAW.,,B.LAS.
''''::;'i:,','EXCUjtS.1.()
' A0r11,, 26 t,
, Fidanque Travel 8erviti
2-1661
4
Hotel: HOLLAND'HOUE
, ohm myna the heart of
kis Costa'Rica
Completely modern convenience"' In
Suites and Bungalows, ail, with
private ,bath. Not and cold water.
, Price; 96 and $11 daily,.
with -meals., ,-
'Cosmopolitan kitchen
For reservations P.;0.
Box' 4459 '.
Manager: 11111 and, Menet Jaspers

Boats & Motors

,-, FOR SALK 20 ft. in.' boat,.-
' 60 HY. engine. Phone 86-4143.,

sr. row- el VW. "002.
:3 tallest stuck 4t Pow 6291 lietweei 4 and 6 is.m;'
and used boats, motors, trailers
I
MA Marine' hardware. Also fi-f FOR SALE Reasonable re,-
: berglass materials, resins and frigeratot West. "25 cycle, sin sin'
' sin' paints. See lour new Marine gle beds ,'I2), plants, porch'
store. Hundreds of items to eel- screens, sewing Machine.
act from., ABERNATHY S.A. portable m cleaner., Ham-
SPORTING GOODS, across lido Won fan 10" 25 cycle, clock 25;',
; street, El Panama Hotel. Phone Jtycle, toaster, Z slice, else, Von.. 1
3-0264.3 1-6895. , stian blinds, buffet, small la.
FOR. SALE 22 ft. :,sailboat bles, kitchen 'chairs. TeL Balboa
Karen. 10 HP letboare,' motor.
1243 after 4 p.m.
, Boat in perfect condition. May 4 FOR SALE -- Singerelec. con-
be seen at Balboa Yacht Club. sole $S0, Westinghouse vacuum
Price: $750 or best offer. 1 $25, elec. riolks and Ian. Ott&
Balboa 2-6345. 1575-B Gavilan. Phone 2-1454.
' FOR S LE --a 1 Serval electric
Bti ,-, refrigerator, 25-60 cycle with
4 1 1 T deep freaks. 1 TV. sot, General
, Electric, 24 inch. table 'model
3 with stand. 6 Venetian blinds for
'Iscfren.rs 4 family .2 bedroom house,
' 5616-C, Diablo. Phone '2-2653.
,
SY mArty 5, m o4,4, molo
FOR SALE CI:
. 33,33..3 mm rri t eug x ue,
' 113 Panam, offka hours.
.

- FOR. SALE 22 ft
, Karen. 10 HP inboard motor.
, Boat in perfect 'condition. May ?
bo seen at Balboa Yacht Club.
Price: $750 or bast offer. Cali
Salbos 2-6345.
SY mAtty SMIT H4,
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Well I'm back'again tO tell you
more about the happenings of Bal.
boa High School and its students.
Formerly the. boys' and 'girls'
counsellors had shared one large
room as their office, bat now, an
improvement has been made. Al.
though they are still in the name
room,it really seems like they are
not, because hugh wooden partitio
know about the Prakeet Daily or
not, but thatji the bulletin board
put uP each day for the benefit of
the stUdentai tit la, produced by
iy;nigit was the' big'
night. nix iuninr:k;
11-AP ..1:1117A.PA'' 1.."11
TV TRACKS KILLER '
.VIENNA (UP) --Television WOS
used laat night to help
track down a murderer for the
firet time,, in the. annals of Aus Austrian
trian Austrian crime. The Austrian Tv net network
work network appealed to its viewers to
help in the search for witnesset
in the killing of Ilona Faher, a
pretty 21-year-old model whose
body- was found buried in a flower
bed near downtown ,Vienna's So Soviet
viet Soviet War Memorial. Pictures of
the dead girl were flashed on the
TV screen. 1
,

- Home Articles
, FOR SALE New unused Easy
automatic combination washer
dryer $355.00. Call Panama 3- y

-
I
Terms Club Plan, Chico de Oro
: Stampe,,,L Almacen FIX tHeusm,
:', haw Exchange; National Ave.
,,,,No 41, .71 3-491-4 3,7348,, 1
POR SALE ....Mahogany vanity
,'Itool (USA madok, I mahogany.
thest of drawers (USA matlei matleiI'
I' matleiI' Nora' Gas Range.1 John
tv'Wood 30 gal. gas water Ileator.,,,'
1-9251 durincday and
,,,0654 after 5 Cm.
itte'4,4 Ite';an'
a 9
1, lure: ingla beds: with
'' 2 a
gringo' and matitesses ',dining
.room sot" wardrobe with, mit.
tom, 2 tablas 314 foot for of.
fleo,f 2 wicker tables,-Mool fil filik
ik filik lug cabinet. 2 adjustable, sup supporta
porta supporta for drafting table, diraw diraw'penal.
'penal. diraw'penal. :2 'vied typooltofA--,
t I stop laidek't lawnmmvor,,
"'glassware' Richmond Ros Min Mint011
t011 Mint011 soup platoe. Phone 3-0039 rs
';' after 3 11311.' 1
FOR SALE Mjd D d
, 0 ern 011200
Bedroom se (without mattress)
mahogany 'off with finlish hard4!
boards, tablos chest of dravi-',
ora,-dresser. All for $35000. Call
3-6324 Ohm 5 ism;
'
1 w.ga A 1 le 4114 UP A
FOR SALE ---, 211 RCA
sion'sot,' email upright piano, 9
cm le Frigidaire refrigerator, bed- ,,'
, room set, ,double bed, dresser
end night stand, rattan coffee
hblo '4w01u, custom made
, twin couches, lounge chair w..
footstool, occasional chair, QM
chest of drawerr, QM desk, QM
single beds, complete sot of VP
k''sort golf clubs. lobag, venetian,
, blinds, swedish crystal. tall Bak.
boa, 2-4437, '
5
FOR SAT 5 P.C.' groin plas- :
' tm uplmistorml sodional living
rom sot, Morrill's 3-2315.
FOR SALI 5 everstuffod oc oclesion:I
lesion:I oclesion:I chairs, 3 cherry red, 2
chartreuse,' 515.00 each or ''
' '',$150 for the 5, cod $300
slavonport dark rod. cost. 5200,
soU for 560, 6 Venetian blinds
..!6x6 foot 510.00 each, cost rot
S50.00 each. I-Photo Entarge
Leits 35 mm. Elmar f35
570.00, One 2,,,Tots.; Air con. -,
-pdiitener recently, convertod to iSR
cyclo with now motors, solonoids,
switches, etc,Not a window unit
$290.00. Townshond 193,' Srd
Street., Now Cristobal.' Fhont
Jano wit! Wenn "'
In 'Join! Recital
,
Tonrrow 'High! '-'
1
, Scheduled to ap'pear in a recital
af the Jamaican Society hall to.
morrow night ore Prof. liana 3a.
nowitz; the Rev. Allan, Wentt and
Mrs. Ice ly Morrison.
,The program' which will begin at
8 p.M., is sponsored by the Evan.
gelical Ministers Council of Pan Panma
ma Panma and the Canal Zone in interest
of its annual,,united evangelistic
campaign., t
'ticieta will be Mailable at the
FOR RENT:
Furnished Two bedroom
N 4 a4
with refrigeiator and hot
water. Phone 2,-1957 12:30 to

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celioneous
L.' MI-s
I
Stock clearance all items SO
' off. Fishing rods and reels, air
pillows and mattresses, .-- paint
'''' brushes, aluminum wrenches,
- microscopes, boat kidders, hack,
1 saws, lscrowrivers, typewriter,
adding mackine. fiberglan kits,
air Iron. and. many other Items.'
., No. I9., 44th St. Bella Vista all
day Friday and Saturday. Yon
t can't afford to miss it.

.IFOR SALE AKC tepidity'
loston,Torrier pups. 6251 Sue Sueso
so Sueso Ventura Street. '
FOR SALE' Original Spanish
bull fight pesters 40"z60" in
colon $5.00 each. ALBERTOHEh
REZ Tel. 3-46211.
FOR SALE Two healthy para..
keit& 13 bloc, and one yellow.
Complete with modern cage:
620.00. Call Panama 3-6288
, FOP SALE Mitchell room air
conditioned I -2-H.P. Excel.
lent condition $125.00.' "20"'
',!,'portable,, 2-speed revorsible fan,
practically new $35,00, 30 gal.
, tont gas; yater heater $50.00.
Call Panama 3-6288.
FOR SALE '---, 8mm Keystone
movie projector .and film Belk..
or. Excellent condition. loth
for S75.00. Call 3-7755'. ,,
fe,00.,..0p.1.p.,:01.!pler':
TO,..0ijhl:Al.:.0:0.1.tiii,,;:',.
thillilithiirch:::::::'.,i'
A fellowship dinner is to be held
at tno Vatun Unioh ,Church this
eveninga at 6:30.
'All members and friends of the
Church are Invited. The ltev, Thom
as K.. Hompson, executive diree.
torof the department of steward stewardship
ship stewardship ,and benevolence' of the Na National
tional National Council 'of the Churches of
Christ in thei.T.S., will be the guest
speaker, ,,
Persons attending this covered covereddish
dish covereddish dinner Art, asked to bring,
vegetable or salad plate;' meat stud
potatoes will' be. furnished by the
Church ,Council,,, thantediately at,
ter the dinner; the ,Itev Thompson
will meet with the Church Coun Coun,cil.
,cil. Coun,cil. Immediately aiter.the dinner,
the lel,. Thompson will meet with

guarage door. '.. -,-; '', he has been held for grand jar''
.. mu "I "...""'"6 """ .' stuts was -returnea to 3au wpeill
the lea. Thomplon will meet witn
the Church Council for the purpos. as action on charges of breaking a;li
ing of discussing the principle,' and the ringleader of the' jailbreak,
,..., entering and assault to rape.
practice of stewardship. .. ',. was killed. He bad. been &Waning The .other men were Ili;hare,
Virgil Akers, 21, Identified
' ''' ' ' trial on, a ,Chargeof assault with. goskinson28,,flack Adey,' 23, ar I
.7ACtitell.Velott service of word Went to kill Miii5 Marilyn Alex. 1r 1rrank
rank 1rrank Sprats,. 28. ..2ttr'

alio' on ,Suiday morning,' the serm.1
on 'by the minister. the Rev: Ray
on by the minister, the Rev: Ray
Blakely, will be "The' God of the
Burning Busit.', :
In PIRCet of the usual choir- an anthem,
them, anthem, there will be a solo by the
minister, G.'11. Handel's "I Know
'That My Re llgemer Liveth." The
'Adult Bible Class and Church
School meet. each Sunday at 9:45
Thi Wall Fellowship will
Meet at 5:45 p.m. this Sunday, with
a program by William 'Lawrence.
'Ilehday evening, at 7:30- t h e
Church Council will hold Its regul regular
ar regular monthly meeting.
I ilnr 1111 ,youut ypowship w
I Ii1001
Ticketi 'c'ettiert
tiii
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,TR C) NEW ,Y6Rk 'on
4 , 4..
the 29th of April, are
now 'on'. site 'at' Mord Mordaon'a
aon'a Mordaon'a and .1; 1.; pladuio
ih a view

irrigularities that occur," involuntarily,' frptri time to 'tint
TIIE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a

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ALCOHOLICS ANCNYMOUS
CRAWEI "A." CIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTAl..- 't
Money to limos, in real Wats
mortgages., Inter American Sr., s s,
, s, snips and Loan Association: H.
21 Jost& Arosemona Ave.,, Pars
Rattan furniture. raPalred and
refinished. Complete pew wrap wrapping.
ping. wrapping. Free estimate ,and home b
delivery., Opposita Hotel Roese
velt "Jimmy", Tel. 2-0386. b,
:leo Estate
7. FOR SALE Two' bedroom
,t concrete chalet, located on left
side trans-Isthmian highway at
, Club X, up bill from Pueblo
Nuevo, first street with house'
Sth home left. side Price
'
I
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Modern :piano instructions In
, popular music, iazz. Roden Roll,
Boogie Woogie. Latin rhythms
, and classic. Call teacher Zen
Bennett, 3-1653.k. t, t
LOST Australian parakeet,
Ancon; TeL Balboa '2870,-14,;,
wart -;
AKRON, OhintITP).-4 Veteran
criminal seeking to kill the girl
who had him arrested- led four
other convicts in a jailbreak early
yesterday. He was slid to death
three. hours later. as he tried to
flee from the girl's home -her
holding her family at glinpoipt fog
45 minutes );
The five escaped, 4roin
their cells. using a .key fash.
ioned from 'a spoon., They ,over.
powered their guard by 'splashing
scalding hot coffee In hit 'face,
knOcked out two other Jailers and
seized five guns,
Jhey,- fled from the jail tolthe'
Sthu.emyllipirm"Cp;duil.ink"o6,b!"46e4m:p1:(1frce:arrat.
tney pmpeu moo two "II" "43'
They trashed their. way to fr.ee-
dom by smashing &mu a wooden
1 Earage door., , ,

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- LOST -:-- -Australian 5.' pairokentt.?.; PI Al( lams Gain, IQ Lill Ninth
--------" Anson,: TeL'. Santee .2870,,Ata,;; Street, between itroosevalt Aire. '. 1
r't6ns .; ward.::.'..,..-.1.; "-7,-...., -. ,.1..,...;.--',- and the beach.' ?.., ,,' ., ,;. : .. 'I
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and r 21 4 , 77.-11:1-aulL oPrellzt,,
nnel; fly nnlira Monti

Only recently, police said; Akers
tried to escape by sawing 'off the
leg of a'hospitaL bed to which he
vvas 'chained. , ,,
Another of the escapees, George
23,1 surrendered. ,,
The three bther, 'all described
as "ixtremely, dangerous", still
were at Targe, They were believed
to be armed with, riot glms and
Police said Alcers went, to the
Alexander borne and forced his
way int, brandishing s',38 caliber
pistol be had stelen from the jail,
HA demanded tg,see. Marilyn, but

,Experienced Firm' le' to :hood Sales Departs
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TELErliCZ 2-0743
SERVICES
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t-minuts cas wash $1, steam
lOttfOt $5. wash's sot
ears $6. Auto-laa Trans-hi
,- Elias Hishwas seas Sears.
TELtv:sloN AvICI
Transportation. April Special.
Sam day Servica. Crawford A
sondes Corp. Tivoli ATI. Nrs.
IS-20. Tel. 1-1905.
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Protect your home and proper.'
ty against insect da m a g
- Prompt scientific treahvient
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Prate Service
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777..,4
-
'TELEVISION SERVICE.' Abaitt,
honesty. and customer satisfac-,tion.
NO SERVICE CHARGE
month only. FREE ESTIMATE
, before repairs. Ask for MISTER,
LTV., Phone Panama 1-3142.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All mok000'
'all work 'ttaromood, Call NA NATERS
TERS NATERS 103 Colon., 11057
,
Dothestic Em'ploym' en't1
I
, WANTED Extremely : cern. 1
Attent, took. Papal) le 'of Infer.
- pretino all kinds of nKipas.
have 4eforences. Mutt de 'ruse
work and beip ears for ,child.
;AI-seine .,to- apply .if above quail.
;iannot ba fulfilled.'
Mire( -11amet Cain. 10.101, Ninth
',Street between itioesevelt
and the batch..
lain Seekin
Hith
her father,' J. Alexandir, told'
him she had gone, to Florida.
,,Akers held Alexander, his wife,
Ethel,, and:. another daughter,
Janell;,18,,,prisoners for 45 min.
utes. 2
"Then heslooked out the window
and saw' a police cruiser pulling
out In .frontuk' Alexander said. "lie
went rtmning Pt the back door.'t
Policemen, who had gone to the
house as a precautionary measure
howusae1.8
waft:r !,,lititseinraglees:hapoteds,sdahseheddasihnetoe 41'
the back yard,. Police. Sgt., Nick
Van ,,Doros stopped the fu'gitive
tor:111;ot theetill' -clut'c'he'd
Aret's'lle.ed In the ePn t'
E pistol' still was clutched Jo b
lino& v c
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ff Was-returned to Jail
nith h 2 VMS. heart fris fire A hits
REDS DISCOVER, ISLAND
MOSCOW (UP)Soviet exti
ers' have planted a Red flag
a new island they discovered
the Antarctic, the newspaper L'
ning MOscow reported .A'uesd
The4 paper said the 11:4;qui
mile islanct lies off Queen M
Land and was found last 'nu,
by st,, group qtRussians that ''
been working in the Axitarc,
The report said the discovery
named ,Chugnov Island, after
Russian explorer who perished,
the Antactic
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or, prompt :attention
will enable u
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Jtandall of Gamboa and Bob
Werner "of Colon, discovered' the
iemains of a ship, about 50 yards
(iff Fort San Lorenzo beach on
Easter Sunday. Last Sunday they
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wrbek up onta the beach.
Randall, W110 it diver by
profession, was swimming'over the
site following an unsual t d e,
, when he found himself looking
envm through -the clear waters
1st what appeared to be the, huU
o" 1, ship Re called Werner over
I they went, below to find a
kvt4 ;0 feet Jong with ribs and
keel intactliinhas been covered
by sand, but the tide had swept
enough tand away to reveal tbe

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weather report tor the 24
t Moms end!ng 8 MM. today, Is
, pretored by the Meteorological
Hydrogranhie Branch of the
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Balboa Cristbal

TVNIPERATURE:
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' Low '18
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High .... ... 90 80
'Low 41 63
WIND:'
6flax. mOh) NW-19 NE-12
RAIN (inches) 0 .03
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 78 ,85
SATURDAY,' APRIL 19
Nigh' Low
4:02,a.m. 10:12 a.m.
4:12 p.m., - 10:32 p.m.
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Refoott 400o41,1. D,o
woodimand tooahow 'lime' cannons,
seven of which they estimated
to between 600 and 700
pounds.
Once ashore the pair contact contacted
ed contacted William N. itosen,' an expert
on' Fort San Lorenzo and' a mo movie
vie movie And', still' 4hotographer.0 Last
monthsgosnfruhadAgtven.Y6a Uee Ueetura.
tura. Ueetura. otrelort !San Ldrezo v-'a
group at the Fort Clayton SerV SerVice
ice SerVice club' at the request of M r I..
Margtett E. Rainey,. club, director,
and he had promised 40 conduct
a field trip at the fort on- April
, By 4he time-15v' field; trip be,
came a rtalitY, Rtilida,, Werner
and Kosan had .rnaitaged dig
underwater, loosen three cannons
and attach ropes to them. Mrs.
Rainey brought- the 200 guests
of the Fort aayton Service club,
which included officers, enlisted
men, their wives and families,
members -of ,,thetkx,Diablot- -Camera
Club Vatxl,,Introttets tVoic -thet Flo&
da State -7.11ilversiW Atner Atnerican
ican Atnerican historp classtts, to the beach,
and Randall, Werner, a Panama
Canal employe, Skip -Rosinskl,
and some other skin divers
brought the cannons up on the
sand. ), ,
Two', elf ihet,cennons, -.vwhich
were welded together by bor..'
nodes,' turned out to be made
of iron.. The thirde from which
an octopus crawled, was found
to be made of brass.

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PARTS,'',1Prit ft11
Went 'Retie Coty', today Salted libt
of France's former premiers 'y to
suggest waYIE'..to end t
day-old gOvertiment eriSis 'that
still appeared impossible le solve,
" Suggestions, Coty received from 1
1 the former 4ovem'inent s;
ranging trbw, 4osephAiiiiel -of
the rightwing t Independent Party
to, Radical-Socialist ,Tierre Mendes-Franeto
Were expected; tO:
ry widely. !' 7
' Only one 44 the .eit premiers,
Socialist'', Guy 'Millet; so far has
been mentioned os,, pollible
successor Felix Colliers, whose
defeat in ,, the" Nation.-:- itssembly
Tuesday itight over the ,Tunisian
problem F. ushered, lethe.:1; present
crisis, ' 1,
Even Monet film; In: the dark'
horoO cotegory' k c
,was dumped froth of office,
fice, office, largely because ,of rightwing
hostility to.' hioiNorth African ,po.

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lowing'telegram'sias entio Pres President
ident President 'llsenhower Wednesday to
help meek Russia's thallenge ,' in
the spate eget"' d,
' 'with ,t,errifie
force from,4 ligitntle?citnno,0 cll.
maxing' every perforniance of the
Clyde Betty Ivorld's largest tent tented
ed tented cIrcitClurretttly,' at :Pslistides
Amttsernent Perlr, respectfully. and
seriously 'volunteetk. for Alle-outer
space, rocket pight.,,which., report,
er CitritOrt :tent 'of-,thei-: Chicago,
Sun Tlypes ,z,declined Nile!) ".'Y 11
Mister President --,askeet eartton
Kent today 1Wednesday):,lindest
Regards Frank. McCloskyl general
manager. Clyde Beetty ,Circue.",
McClosk'y oferred to the Treat,-
dent'a jokintquesliontel,k,gent ,att
Wednesday'S,,neirs.,' vonferettc'e
Hugo -Zacctlnf tbe.tliuthaa, pro.,
Jectila.who .1a-tired terrifie,
force from gigantic eannon,
could not be reached for corn corn.
. corn. ment. r :

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at Gatun' Locks and enjoys local
fame as an authority on guns,
examined the cannons ''and esti estimated
mated estimated that they would be about
300 ears old. He -Wan nsPeciallY
interested in, the br ass, gun,
since le explained that the ',Eng ',English
lish ',English ',, had,4hilted from iron guns
to brass guns for' a short while,
and then had switched lack' to
iron t guns. ,

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SINGAr',OftE;' (UP): I
Inddonesian Loyalist: latding fore;
es captured the rebel metroPolis
of -Padang ,today and drove insur insurgent
gent insurgent survivors, out. of the 'city um,
der constant air attack; army.'
headquarters hi 'Jakarta announc...

The communique-said the Loyal.
lets suffered no, casualties:in the
attack., '
,
At the' sametime, Loyalist col columns
umns columns Marching west licross Suma
tra to close asgiant pincer on ,the
rebels, captured Takunghilir; Sun.
gaidarch, and Tandjung Motor', a.,
bout 80 miles southeast cof Padang,
the headquarters .annountement

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' Mal., Goo.' Abdul fl. Nasution,
'tho Loyalist chief 'of staff, said
his Men Ire etnen011 out the'
robtis ,' on Celebes' island '. as
voll as on Sumatra'. i ,,1,,
', "We have launched, the 'final
stide of our attack to destroy the
main force of the tebels in-'west
Sumatra," Nasution said. "We are
attacking from the 4outh, northo
east and-west.' -,...,- ', ,. ,,
"Combat teams Xre reconouler.'
ing the central Celebes. A' greater
number of trooPs are still fighting
the (Moslem fanatic) Darla AIM
in est Java and tho'Celehes," ..;','
-Irt Manila, Loyalist ForeimMin
ister Subandrio predicted that the
revolt' wi'l have been 'crushed by
,...
next week.' ..:- '', ','

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:9 MC' CNN. ONS taken' froin a hulk folin. IPOrtasSan.' torehzo 'are. left1n:a : fresh tv. stet4treint'.13i.- hiemliers of Tthe Port .1.
Clayton service 'club and some of the-swinitheri tsibo brought them' ashore :Prom left to' right are- Panama, Canal employe
skip Rosinski; plo. D0nald Grunewald:.Ws.,Marg.rett RaineY,', director o.f. Forht Clayton 'service.-c.luir 'Norman .1.k Randall,
discoverer of the sunken ship; -Miss Dolored KOs$41,,,W. M. Kosan, photograp or,and, oxperkon Fgrt'San Lorent.o... and 8,133,
, John W. Jones.: Photo: life. Robert L. GaskillY, ,- , ,

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AN 0. CiOPTI. eramis Out 'of the brass 161111011 as It lies on the
beach near Fort Sail Lorenzo. ;The cannon- was salvaged front!
the remains of a ship wbich luthought to have- been. lost
( during Aenry, Morgait's tithe. 'Motet 'Itebert44; Gaskill)

Arthur A.- Albright, lithe works Asked If the cannons could
Gatun' Locks snd enjoys local have, come from one of ,Henry
me as an authority on guns, Morgen's fleet, Albright was caw
amined the cannons' and esti tious. "It could be from either
ated that they would be about an English, or Spanish ship," be
5 ears old. He 4010 especially ,-"But. until we clean it
terested in the br ass ,, gun, and examine it carefully, it's
ace "he explained that the foolishr, to- guess."
", had,"shifted from iron guns However he conceded, that:they,
brass guns for' a short while, are probably' 16th centrury guns.'
then had switched lack' to Randall Atncl:' his friends took
ont guns. tle brass gun sway to clean it,
, and have its age and history as ass
s ass o, sesooveedd..torrhet, Irneoarn bguy ntsreswher,ew.a,
adoneslan- Loychst ;I:ream and: left there for the
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'- The M'my explained that tndi tndividuals
viduals tndividuals who dive in the vicinity
of Fort San. Lorenzo are going so
at their own rishk,,' as these wa waters
ters waters are 'shait-infested.

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Four enlisted men front U.S. Ar Army
my Army .Caribbean this week tulfilled
the first requi,Cements toward gain
ing admission to the U.S. Military
Academy. On Wednesday t h e'y
were interviewed by the West Point
aPPUeant board and. today t ook
the West Point preAnalification preAnalificationtest
test preAnalificationtest and the pre-qualification in inventory.,
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They'are: Pvt,' Thomas Breznik,
C, Company, lst Battle Group; 20th
Infantry; Sp3 Edward Hinder liter.
B Battery,. 764th AAA ", Battalion
and Sp2 Gerald McAllister of the
U.S. Army Signal "Service.
After these tests their evaluations
will be sent to the adjutint Gen Genere',
ere', Genere', Department' of the Army:
In the latter part of July the Ad.
jutant General will review all ap applications
plications applications received from EM Off Offrently
rently Offrently on duty ,with the Army or
the Air Force and select approxl
mately 540 forlurther tralmnrat
thi West Point Preparatory School
Fort Belvoir, Va. ,
, During March 1959, another ex examination'
amination' examination' win be given and after
the results are evaluated 90 of the
applcants will be selected for the
,IJSMA renortimt July. 1959.

Little League
Boys 10, Girls 7

Ten boys and seven girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight A April
pril April 14, according to the regular
hospital report. During the same
period 2-2 patients were admitted
and 173 were discharged.
The names and addresses of the
parents of the girl babies' follow-,
MKr. and Mrs. L A. Brown, of Pa Panama
nama Panama City; Sp3 and Mrs. G. K.
Stalvey, of Panama City; Mr, and
Mrs.'V., M, Mite, of Gamboa: Sp3
and Mrs. F. B. Chaco, of Panama
City: 1Mr. and Mrs. 'A. E. P. T.
Dtmn, of Balboa; S-Sgt. and Mrs.
V. M., Montoya,' of Locona; and
Mrs. L. M. Kent, of, Gamboa.
Boy babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents: Mr. and M,re. L.
Laguna, of Panama,City: Sp3 and
Mrs.,N. A. Seidenman, of' C,o'nn;
Pfc. and Mrs. D. U.,Guilmette, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. N.
Griffith, of Panama,: City; CWO
and,Mrs, J. W. Nelson, of Fort K
be; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. P. Rod&
guez,,, of Panama City; Mr. &rid
Mrs. A. E. Jarvis, of Panama CI.
ty; Mr.'and Mrs. E. V. Cragwell,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. R.
A: Lacano, of ranaMa City: and
A2c and Mrs. G. F. Sumner, of to tocOna.
cOna. tocOna.

YtiOos lay Reja lions
Rusla Again
Daleriorafing

WARSAW, April 18 (UP) --Yugoslavia
releations with the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union have deteriorated to
the point that Marshal Tito may
cancel his scheduled to visit to
Polish 'souces said toxiight,
The sources said "the situation
(between, Yugoslayia and ,tho t$0-
viet bloc) is as- bad ail it 'Witi tin
early 1948" when Stalin read
Tito but of the Cominform and
launched a cold war that lasted
almost tep years.
They said the tension between
Belgrade and Moscow had been
growing for some time but was
pushed to, the dsnger point by
the Yugoslavian theses for the
party congress schecitled to open
April 22. ,These, they said were
considered by the Soviets as
"frankest here,sy" because they
admitted that governments in ca.
pltalist states could be above

o an 8 Commun st, en ra
d' C t I
Committee and leading party r, i ideologists
deologists ideologists have debated the af affair
fair affair the last several days, the
sources said, in an effort to de
termine Poland's position in re relation
lation relation to the warring factions
in' the compunist bloc

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- LONDON, April 18 UP)Prime
Minister Harold ,Macmillan faced
pressure from government tom,
mission and three unions today
to hack down 'on his reflisat to
permit pay increases in nation nationalized
alized nationalized Industries.
,, Transport Commission Chairman
Sit trian Robertson agreed last
night to head a joint team of
railway executives and Anion
leaders at a conference with
Maemillan's transport minister,
Harold,. Watkinson. ,, 4,
, The conference, on a date not
yet fixed, was designed to end
a fstrike threat by employes of
the state-owned British Railways
who want their pay brolight up
to the level in ,private industry.
Sidney Greene, general, secreta.
ry of the National Union of rail railwaymen
waymen railwaymen which has not yet set
machinery, rolling for' a strike,
called the j9int meeting "proba "probably
bly "probably unique m any industrial dis dispute.",
pute.", dispute.", - ,

Cheryl Broke Up
Lana s Marriage
.
4th,Husband.,Says.
ROME (UP):The 'alien week weeklv
lv weeklv magazine Epoca yesterday oub oubfished
fished oubfished an interview with Lex Bar Barker,
ker, Barker, fourth husband of Lana Tur Turner.
ner. Turner. The magazine quoted Barker
as blaming Lana's daughter,
Cheryl,' for, the -breakup of his
merriage with the. screen star.
It was Barker's first published
comment since Cheryl stsbbed
JOhnny Stompanato to death in
her mother's home during an ar argument
gument argument between Miss Turner and
Stompapto.
Enoca ouoted Barker as de describing
scribing describing Cheryl as "very .strange
faced.;."
, Baker Said he. would not criti criticize
cize criticize Miss Turner.

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,,,Pe6Ple would think niOne ohOut t.
7the future If they reolitect that'T
where they'll spend the rest of
1, their !Nes., -7 MAO

Fidel Castro s Cuban Rebels Abandon

Sotne Territory to Forces

HAVANA, April 18 (ItIP)--Cuba's reb els, hard hit in their abortive "total War"
against Prsident Fulgencio Batistass government,' today were reported abandoning

northern Oriente province to loyal forces. ''
, w .3
The rebel radio, reporting that 4 savage machinegunning by government forces
had caused '"heavy losses among the civi l population" of the rebgl-ridden southern
mountains, appealed for doctor's and medi cal supplies. .
Private reports said that a band of 1 00 to 150 insurgents which had been cPer cPerating
ating cPerating in the Crystal mountains of norther n Oriente, has fallen back to the Cuinta Cuinta,
, Cuinta, 4
nomo area of the south coast. - r

s. The Crystal Motmtain.band, said
to be beaded by rebel Wader Fidel
Castro's brother Raul, was believ believed
ed believed to be the last sizeable rebel u unit
nit unit remaining in northern Oriente.
A ,rebel broadcast reported that
a "new zone of operations" bas
been formed in the triangle -marked
by the Western Oriente cities

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WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP)---
Congres and Wall Street today
generally' welcomed a new, twin twinpronged
pronged twinpronged moVe by the Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve Board to ease ,the,,flow of
moneY and boost public works
and housing:,
Anti-recession action came as
government experts reported the
nafional' output of good and
services. dropped during the' first
quarter of 1598 and wholesale
priceS reaehed a new all time
peak in March.
The Federal Resdrve Board late
yesterday moved to stimulate
bank lending by authori,zing
fiVe reserve banks to cut t h e
interest rate on loans to mem membet
bet membet commercial banks,
L'The new rate of 1 3-4 per cent
is the' lowest since August, quot quoted
ed quoted before the board started ap-
plying its "tight money" brake))
to the economy to curb inflation.,
Thevious rate was 2 .1-4 p e r

At the' :same lime,' the board
reduce& to a 22-year-low- the re reserves
serves reserves which central reserve cltp
banks must maintain avainst de demand
mand demand depostfs. Like the inter interest
est interest rate slash, this was desiered
to "assure continued availability
of funds." : ,

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401161 11111 Belli
Is Don Backs Up
ce's Pentagon Plan

WASIIINCTON,1 April 18 (UP),
The battle for President Eisen.
has opened on capitol hill w ith
Vice President Richard M.' NiX011
in the role of .4 key Idrategist IdrategistNixon,
Nixon, IdrategistNixon, it was learned) was ac actively,
tively, actively, working for the plan awing
members of both House and Sen Sen'
' Sen' The reorganization as IOW pro proposed
posed proposed would streamline the Penta.
goo chain of command and, give
the defense secretary, a c t g
through the joint chiefs of staff,
full control of defense strategy.'
Secretaries 4 of the individuall
services -would, run' the adminis administrative,'
trative,' administrative,' training arid service func.
Mita of the Army, Navy and Air
The defense organization revamp
ing received new thrust yesterdaY
when President Eisenhower said
in al speech to the American So Society
ciety Society of Newspaper Editors and
the Internationhl Press Institute
here it was more important to hit
the target ,, han to Juggle over
"who pulls the trigger." He ,said
outmoded military thbaldng could
help "destroy America" and ar arguments
guments arguments against his plan wer e
"far-fetched" and "nonsense."
,

Omaha' College
Students. Hold
Necking Party.
' OMAHA, Neb., h e n
college students advertise a
"necking party," they mean just
that T :')
School officials at the Univer University
sity University of Omaha could not be Warn Warned
ed Warned for misunderstanding, t h e st,
tuation'. Especially w,h n the
leaflet circulated by. the Independ Independen
en Independen Students Assn. thowed he
silhouetted profiles of a. boy 7nd
They seemed to be eihaling the
word "prunes" at each other.
University President Milo Bail
looked at the leaflet, 'then 'fired
a note to Dean of Students Jay
McGregor.,
, The university doesn't tolerate
neckmg at any uniVersity function
Bail said, demanding to know
what this was all about.'
It was just an attention-getter
for he associaion's party,- a play
1 on words,11cGregor said,
All he student group planned to
do was tO measure the necks of
students at the door, Alien award
prizes to the longest neck, the
sahpoprtiee,st peck, ,' and he, best Adams
Then the :students will play
chess or checkers.
There were no more question&

RAC CUTS PRICES
SOMERVILLE', NJ., (UP)--Eadio
Corp. of American Wednesday
announced it, has made price re redi,tctions
di,tctions redi,tctions or approximately' 8 'per
cent, on 'seven types of germanl.
um P,N-P, alloy junctiontype
transistors N

ot Manzanillo', Bayamo and Victo Victoria
ria Victoria de las Tunas "to meet the mil military
itary military eixgencies of the moment."
The radio reoprt did not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily mean, however, that t h e
rebels are giving up all of Oriente
except the 625-square-mile western
triangle.
The shift'of Raul Castro's rob rob,
, rob, els to tits Guantanamo a r,o
would approximately double ths
Insurgent forces there,. account accountIng
Ing accountIng for tha recent Increase of
violenct In the vicinity of tho
U.S. Navy's big Guantonamo

Loyal forces broke up a rebel
attempt. Wednesday to sabotage
the aqueduct that carries water to
the U.S. base. :

Moscow Rah
Hacks Odgina

,
Sin Baptisms':
LONDON, April 18 (11P)--Mos.
cow radio today attacked reli religious
gious religious holidays, the doctrine of
original sin, church weddings-and
baptisni.
n

In a broadcast ', heard here
commentator Viktor Nosovich
condemned ,'the mountain of ut utter
ter utter nonsensical prejudices a n d
rites" ,veitb which religion sur surrounds
rounds surrounds the phenomenon of hu human
man human birth.. , si
" Baptism Came under fire as
the symbol for "an adt of puri purification
fication purification froM a non-existent original-
sin committed by Adam
and Zve.";
Ile said -the -church uses the
baptism deremony's pageantry to
lure parents who no longer be.
lieve In original sin.

"The clergy take. advantage, of
the fact that the' civil act of
reAlsterlfig a birth at the bffi bffitial
tial bffitial registar's office is very fre frequently
quently frequently very formal, boring and
dull," he said.
' He Went on lo criticize church
weddings which ,"have .a I wa ys
been and still remains a fantas,
tie 'shell thrown over an ordina ordinary
ry ordinary phenomenon of life."

Solid-fuel Polaris
Tstr Vehicle Fired

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CAPE' CANAVERAL ',Fla., A A'
' A' pril 18 (11P)--A test vehicle of
the Navy's Polaris missileecapa
ble of being- fired underwater
from a submarine-, was launched
here today,.
-Officials at the Air Force test
center did not disclose whether
the firing was SuccessfuL-"'.'
. Me, Polaris is a 1500 mile
range rocket designed primarily
for launching from ships or
subterged submarines.-
'', It ,the first :U.S.-..missile to
use a, solid rather, than a liquid
fuel propellant. ""
, This makes it'eaier to handle
and store alai' 'liquid propel propellants
lants propellants used on such missiles as
the' Atlas, Thor .or satellite satellitelaunching
launching satellitelaunching Jupiter. C.,

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April 30 has been selected es
the date upon which the, Canal
Zone junior College will present
the, stage play, "Love is Etern Eternal,"
al," Eternal," the Story of Mary Todd Lim,
coin.' A cast of almost 30 s t
dents, one of. them from the
Balboa Junior School and the
others from, the college class in
dramatics, assisted bY students
from the two sections of the
Class' in speech, Will present the'
impressionistic, table production.,
of the dramatization of. the 'mit.'

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When Irving Stone wrote "Love
Is Eternal" he wrote a best
er., It WaS chosen by the Book
of-theMonth chili' for all of its,
members, and the success of the;
book dealing' with one of t h
most brilliant and controversial
characters in American history,'
Mary Todd who married Abrahant
Lincoln, was a "smash hit."
Ruth Sergel dramatized the sto story
ry story into a three-act full -, evenin;
stage play whfch is 4,,the version
to be given by the college by ar arrangement,
rangement, arrangement, with the Dramatic Pub PubliShing
liShing PubliShing Company of Chicago.

, The show will. be given or) Hui
stage of le Diablo Heights Thea.,
tre for the one performance. Adl,
MiNSiOn 'be $1;QO 'per nerso4
and curtain tithg will be 8 p.in

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terY'l., Writers ; of America will
make their annuel Edgar Allan
Poe awards tonight at 2 din,
net' featuring such delicacies 2.1
fresh fruit cop, clatimed-up choW
der and chickenMicabre, drawns
and quartered. ; 1.
:, The "Edgers.' the ',mystery
writers' equivalent of moviedom's
"Oscars,'..1 will be giVen lor ths
ypar!s best mistery novel, televi,
Sion mystery program, radio mys..,
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