The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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Sst Lt, GEORGE P. LONG from the' JungleWartare Tralning,Centet at Fort Sherman show's a kit fOx to the audience at a! lee.
ture,given at the Balboa YMCA-USQ.; ,s '. 7' s, , (U.S. 'Army Photo)

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, The Tocumen airstrip is to be extended by about
2000 feet to accomodate:jet airliners. ,-
. No date has yet been made public fOr the int(oduc int(oduction
tion int(oduction of jet etrliners on -routes passing through .Tocumen,
but PAA has several of thchew planes on order.
, In high temperatures, such as can be expected fre fre.
. fre. quently at,Tocurrten, jets n'ead a considerably longer take take,,.off
,,.off take,,.off run than current piston-engined aircraft.

It is understood that TACA
....International Airlines -la con con..
.. con.. sidering operating British-built
Viscount prop-lets shortly on
, their services through Central
, Amerka to pane,ma, but Tocu Tocu,'
,' Tocu,' blen in its present size is' quite
adequate tor Viscounts.
It is the big, trunk route pure
jet airliners which need the ex
tra way.
' tic, schedule bas been an an,
, an, rounced for the,Tocumen exten exten,
, exten, sions. ,
At the-smile time Panama's
ininistry of public Works will
,, stall a new. lighting system .for
,',, the airport. .
.

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- Two Greek children were taen
o'f a ship because they were list list-
- list- ed as members of the crew, and
returned to the 'Vessel as passeng passengers.
ers. passengers. ''
The 'youngsters, 'Nicolas,. 5, Old
his sister Athint, 4, are the chil
dren ,of Capt Ioannis Glynos, mat matter
ter matter Utile Greek,freighter Petros.
' 'They, together with their moth moth:,
:, moth:, er, Mrs- Ritsa Glynos, were all
listed as the crew when the ship
arrived in. r nsterday..-
; According to U.& immigration'
laws, minor children cannot be
carried on the crew list but must
have a U.S. visa.
,-, The youngsters and theirrnoth theirrnother
er theirrnother accompanied by a Purser from
the Petros bad their papers fixed
upin time to 'catch the ship be be::
:: be:: lore it Sailed from, Cristobal yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. .
'The Petros is bound to the 'Unit 'Unit.
. 'Unit. ed States from Chile,

ouse Grop Voles
nemployinent

' WASHINGTO, April -MP) T h e
nouse, Ways and Means' Commit Committee
tee Committee Voted, 14' to 7, today to ex
' pond unemployment compensa compensation
tion compensation benefit far beyond levels
recommended:by President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. Estimates of the cost
ranged 'from ones to two billion
-, dollars.
The proir a m, proposed by
Democrats and tentatively ap approved
proved approved the committee would
, provide; ,'

; .15 week of federal benefits for
, persons, who exhaust their state
' unemployment benefits;
' Benefits to workers who lost
jobs, which were not covered by
- state unemployment' compensa compensaThe
The compensaThe President ba'd fecommend
ed an emergency 50 per cent ex ex,
, ex, tension in the duration of benefits
11 now paid for persons Covered by
the program. This would range
- from a few weeks to a maximum
' of 15 weeks since the present du.,
ration of benefits varies greatly
from state to state. 6
The idministration did not rec rec'
' rec' ommend any emergency benefits
for jobless persons who vttere' not
k covered by the unemployment
compensation program. 1
The committeeapproved plan
, calls foil federal' grants to fi.
Innee the extra benefits.,The ad.;
' ministration had recommended
loans which the states would rell
w PO
,, On a 14.7 vote, Republicans
' sought in vain to knock out the
Democratic proposal to pay tele.
fits to persons who aren't tow
covered by unemployment compen
Re, John r. Byrnes .(11-Wis)
who offered the unsuccessful me.
tion, protested to newsmen after.,
ward that the provision "goes be beat
at beat yond the wildest dreams of the
, fair deal -and the new deal and
' would put the country ona 3
'" straight dole."

1tungs!,:oinf pue
Fiero 'tomorrow

- The cruise ship Kungsholm is ar ar,
, ar, riving at Cristobal tomorrow at 2
- She is carrying ,370 pasengers
0 (in an around-the-world cruise and
has already stopped at Galapagos,
4 and Samoa.
;, The luxury liner will sail tomor tomorI
I tomorI row night for New York. CB. Fen--
ton and Company Ara local. agents.
,

Dzratralic. So lo'ns'
To Cell Dui Censure
Fe' r 1.ers' Volans -5.
f
WASHINGTON flIP) The
Senate Democratic leadership ap appeared
peared appeared today to be preparing Tall
Oilt a host of angry local citizens
to condemn President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's vetoes of the farm price and
rivers and harbors bills...,
When the Veto messages were
sent to the appropriate Senate
committees Thursday,, Democratic
Leader Lynden 13.,' Johnson, said
he hoped the Democratic con controlled
trolled controlled committees would go, over
them "word by word"- and call
any witnesses they thought neces necesJohnson
Johnson necesJohnson did not 'spell out the
strategy but it appeared likely the
committees. would invite officials
and interested persons from areas
most affected by the bills to testi,'
fy on the effect of the vetoes.
.! This could bring irate citizens
from every locality ,with, a water waterway
way waterway project in the-,yetoed rivers
bill to, Congre,ss to explain why
their particular project is vitally
,neeessary. The President Vetoed
this ,bill on grounds. many, of the
projects were not economically
sotmd and had not beentapproved
by the Army Engineers and his
Budget Bureau-.
, Whether such, a grass roots fire
would generate enough heat ,to
provide the two-thirds vote neces necessary
sary necessary to override a vete was un uncertain.
certain. uncertain. But Democrats were ob.
viously hoping to reap a rich
Ipoliticat harveit from the 10Cal at at,
, at, The same strategy piesumably
would be used on the farm price
bill veto. This bill would have
frozen 1 farm price supports at
their 1957 levels, The veto permit.
ted loweririce floors 'decreed by
.kgriculture, Secretary Ezra Taft
Benson to go into effect on dairy
products and some crops.

Zonions Directed
To Obserionce Of

' Special attention has been direct directed
ed directed to the observance of Child
Health Day Olt blay 1 this year in
the Canal Zone as a part of the
national observance requested In
a proclamation issued by Presi President'
dent' President' Eisenhower.
This date has been. observed'an observed'annually
nually observed'annually as Child Health Day for
the past 20 years and United States
citizens everywhere, have been re requested
quested requested by the president to parti participate...
cipate... participate... )
,

lia meoltn uoy

cipate. , )
Ned C. Danque
'Sought ByEmbassy
The American Embassy Is anal.
ous 0 know the whereabouts of
Neil C. Danque, of Hyattsville, Md,
He is asked the communicate it4
soon as possible with the COnStil COnStilate
ate COnStilate Section. Matters of importance
await 111M ,

All Americ'a Off
'After CZ Repairs--
Att All America Cable ship which
was undergoing repairs at the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division, sailed yesterday
for the west coast of Central AM AMThe
The AMThe 'All America had bed& tied
up at the Balboa pier for 11 days.

LEST H EY FORGETNew,
10 pfennig ',,101Test German
stamp takes its theme from the
nursery song of "The Foie That
Stole the Goose. Its five-pfennig
surcharge will finance trips
to Berlin for West German dill dilldren,
dren, dilldren, lest they forget signiN
canes of former German Capital.

STEPS HAVE been taken by
local authorities to avoid a pos possible
sible possible invasion of the Mediterranean
frultily from 'Costa Rica,now said
to be destroying knits, vegetables
and flowers around Alajuela, Cos.
ta Rica. , :
All citrus fruits, vegetables and
flowers. coming in from Costa Ri Ricr
cr Ricr are reportedly being confiscat confiscated
ed confiscated and blirned. In addition 20 specially-tramed
inspectors have been
posted along the Panama -.Costa
Rica border. ,

Ail West Indians on thi' Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. end thoir,,descendants wilt
be ,admittedt free to' the Prost-.
dent Roman racetrack tomorrow
r for the. reeS.program which in inicludes
icludes inicludes tho -running of. the ,Wost
1 Menet Federation Classic, honor honorIf
If honorIf Ins next ,Tuesdayst birth of the
new nation. 2 ..
A ',Select tgroun has' been invited
.to be special luests of the track
management in the trach.'s club club!house.
!house. club!house. :,";

One newspaper complained' to todav
dav todav that there will be an excess of
3000 head of cattle in Panama this
year, "while the Canal Zone buys
meat from -blew Zealand."

The reports said a, permit was
granted two days ago to export
279 head, of cattle valued at more
than 930,000. and next month 279
head will be sold to Curacao.

ApprentiCeships An the
chanical- and electrical .,..trades1
wilP be offered by the panama,'
Canal Co.,effective June 30, 1958;
it, has been-announced by..., the
Personnel Bureap..,-Y
:Candidates -,,, 'ffitist be -':, male
United,' Stoths or Panalnanian
Citizens :of, good character whe
Will, be at: Aeast :1712 ,! yearit of
age bu(t who- will not have reach:-
ed their -23d birthday, as of July1
11.-1934 They. must be high school,
graduates ,who, have a reading,
writing,. and speaking knowledge
of English.-, Preference be'
given, to Isthmian residents and
certain limited exceptions as- to
age. ,requirements may be Made
for:, veterans. :
Selection lor the ApPrentice.'.
ships will be based in part vn
a competitive 'examination
whkh, will' be held Saturday,'
May 10,, in :Balboa. ?interested
young men who meet the gual-
ifications are urged to make
' application without- delay and
in any 'event' not later., than'
-Wednesday; lilay 11,' for admis-
sion- to the examination,
This application-- must be mide
on a special .form accompanied
by a: standard form of .applicat
,tion for Federal Employment tO tOgether
gether tOgether 'with the applicant's high
school transcripts and his' col college,
lege, college, transbript,, if :he i-, attend attending
ing attending or has '-attended :college.
forms-may be obtained

Lloyd sISurveyor
To Examme Pipes.
In Corgi) Hotc ,.
Lloyd's surveyor here will eta etamine
mine etamine some broken pipes in a car cargo
go cargo hatch on board .the Hawaiian
Traveller which arrived today at

AWOL Draftee -," In Cargo Ratch
- Lloyd's surveyor here
Returns To Duty, mine some broken pipes in a car care
e care go hatch on board the Hawaiian
Diapers' in Hand Travriller which arrived today atl
LONDON (UP) The army The freighter which is bound for'
reported today that it solved the New York carries a cargo oL can cantricky
tricky cantricky personnel problem of what ned 'pineapple frpm
tp do with an AWOL draftee who
showed lip with his 18-month-old Pitot Switch
daughter and a supply of diapets
in his arms. Ato Panama Canai pilot leaves
The soldier Pvt. John Parker, Tuesday in his own plane for sev sev20,
20, sev20, was sent to the guardhouse eral days vacation in Costa Rica.
for 84 days for being absent with- Capt. Finley Meehan will be prl prlout
out prlout leave for seven months. oting his own Cessna 170 on the
The child, 18-month-old Maure- trip. His passenger's Will be Los
en, was taken over by the mess Anderson and Bob Maynard.
sergeant ,and fed.- Lster.a..ocial --Meehan -expects, to ,,get some

1
in his arms. Ato Panama Canai pilot leaves
The soldier Pvt. John Parker, Tuesday in his own plane for sev-I
20, was sent to the guardhouse eral days vacation in Costa Rica. 1
for 84 days for being absent with. Capt. Finley Meehan will be
out leave for seven months. oting his own Cessna 170 on the
The child, 18-month-old Maure. trip. His passengers Will be Los
en, was taken over by the mess Anderson end Bob Maynard.
sergeant ,and fed.- Later. --Meehan -expects, to ,,,get some
worker took Ihe child to its 1 golfing in during his three-day
mother. 'stay., ,

Cle
liwa

at the Ethployment and Utiliza Utilization
tion Utilization Division, Building (19,. Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Avenue,' in Balboa, until
May.1. thereafter at the new
Ancon office; or at the Central
Labbr Office,. Cristobal. 't
1 Those' selected for. admission
to the examination will be noti noti,
, noti, fled In time to, ,attend together
With details oncerning time and
place of the examination.
The,: apprenticeship openings
ere. about evenly ,,divided r. be between4
tween4 between4 the. 'Atlantic side and' the
Pacidtc side, although appren apprenticeship
ticeship apprenticeship worksites are sublect 'to
change'. at any time... s .:

, Panama Canal Co.. 'apprentices-
start their training in a
general field such as mechani mechanical
cal mechanical or electrical, and later sne snecialize
cialize snecialize increasingly as their
training progresses.

Rid Nuclear Tes

BRACKETTVILLE, Tet (UP)-,
Robert McKinney, U.S, represent representative
ative representative to the,International Atomic
Energy Agency (IAEA), said yes yesterday
terday yesterday Russia's nuclear-test ban
'will ring bollow until it gives more
reactor fuel for international civil civilian
ian civilian atomic power.
McKinney noteo that Itussia has
offered the international agency
only 50 kilograms of uranium 235
for peaceful atomic projects. Ile
said the United States has affered
5,000 kilograms,plus a commit commitment
ment commitment to match contributions, of
other nations until Inid-1960.
In all, McKinney said, the Unit United
ed United States has earmarked 4.00,000
kilograms for peaceful atomic
projects, half for power plants
abroad. 4
", McKinney made the remarks :n
a speech to the Southwestern As-1
sembly, sponsored by Rice Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, at Fort Clark Ranch here.
McKinberYalso chided Russia
for its annoitrictd halt to nuclear

10:: Pattijk: Bill ::-,1:
GOls .'APProl:iii.,.:,. :
OF thiiiie .(0iiiinille

The House Civil ervice Com Committee
mittee Committee yesterday approved a hill
providing et ten per cent pay in increase
crease increase for Federal Amployes 1, ef effective
fective effective the first pay periqd ,after
Jan, 1, 1958, ,,

About 2000 classified empleyes
in the Canal Zone wiij laenellt from
the bill if it is signed into law.
, The House lactio'n. cam- the
'form of an amendment to S, 734,
the salar bill tapproved earlier by
Ithe.senate which called for only
712 per cent pay increase.
The next action, aciording to
word received today from AFGE
headquarters in Washington,
be to secure insertion of the bill on
'the House Calendar for debate.
Following House action, the classi classified
fied classified salary issue can go immed immediately
iately immediately ,to a Hotise-Senate confer.,
ence committee. ''

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CAPE CANAVEllAt, Fla., ,A ,A,pril
,pril ,A,pril 19 (UP)--An iktr Force Thor
misile blew up, with a shatter.
explosionAn an unsuecasoul
louncting attempt today, the
Air Force announced, )
; :
The intermediate range mis missile
sile missile seemed to ttlow up on its
launchirter pad," an announce announcement
ment announcement saki.

'

There were no known injuriek
, The proleetile did not earr3r an
earth satellite but. was being
fired In cOnneetion with the de development
velopment development of the motion's military-
missilery progrom.
, .

Newsmen. watothng the Cape
said the eiplosion occurred a
bout 13:30 a.m., and was followed
bY abodt four smaller ones'. They
said rat first the explosion and
following smoke column s4emed

testing Withont"L'AiN., internationall iv, come- from the axes, near the
agreetent .on a, cheirt. proof In- 'Vanguard launching pad.
spection system. He said only by
a process' of comparing develop- The announcenrient came mi miments
ments miments iti both peaceful and mill; nutes later from authorities at
tary 'atomic fields will Russia be Patrick Air Force base that the
forced' it; totgreetri mitt -,!seeforee: eblast was caused ,,whett, the nor
able.- by .inspection." blew up.

'blew up..

WASHINGTON, April 19 '10) The United States
today 'mapped strategy to convince the world that Amer Amer,
, Amer, icon H-bomber flights are essential to guard against th.e
threat of sneak Soviet nuilear attacks.
Officials said ,U.S. representatives at a U.N. Segi Segirity
rity Segirity Council meeting set for,3 p.m.' Monday 'will explain
that RUssia forced the United States to remain on. con constant
stant constant naClear alert because' of stubbera Soviefrefusat tti
negatiate a cheat-proof disarmament agreement:: ;
- Thus, the government officials said, American 'planes
must be ready to take off instantly with'deathldealing H Hbomb
bomb Hbomb loads whenever suspkious "b4ps'. show up on radar
screens.': : ,
The Soviet, Onion yeste-rclay denounced the Hrbdnib
flight as "provocative, and -endangering worldpeace.
Soviet foreign minister'Andrei Gromyka'ialled oithis Se Security
curity Security Council far a Speed meetin4 to hear the,omolaint
and halt the ,flights by planes of. the U.S. Strategie4kir

'Crhina (SACY,
,,,Aromyktrs stoement fonoNotAt
it" report-. b :Prank IL' Bartholop
president' of -United Press,
which appeared in. newspa newspapers
pers newspapers ori, April).7 'and z April '11.
Bartholomew's, dispritch ex:-
Plalned the' SAC -;"Fall late?.
system:: 'under ,Which aterted:
planes head nOrth toward the
, Pole with, H-bomb loads when
suspicious !mares show up on'
radar Warning screens, ; .?,'
:Under the "tail safe" plan,
the 'dispatch .iiplained, the 'II-.
bombers automatically return to
their baseS :unless,' on' reaching
pre-detentined point, they are
given additional orders'. to con- 1
tinue to: the target.' ,':
The' dispatch explained these
orders ,n be given'only on au authority
thority authority of the' Preildent'. :
"Fail safer, exPression bor borrwed
rwed borrwed 'from the.' ,engineers, sim simply
ply simply instructs the pilot to "pro "proceed
ceed "proceed toward your target tor a
fixed number of nautical' miles
s,nd then turn backlail
if tor any reason you do Da ,at
that point and' at. that moment
receive Coded orders to continue
to'your target," Bartholomew reporteOvitslutsttt-A
d, : ;, r"
Bartholoinew's diapate b,
Which was 'based on :personal
trA,Cobretadisgausaer.te, Nisebato
, and,: was cleared -by the Air
FOree, disclosed' 'that bombers
bad taken off "many, times'I
after objects had been:picked
up on the radar scope, only to
, return home vithout going ,to
' their targets,.
"This actually has happened,"

Stimifler.,VOtti60':::

lob.Anphcahons
Available Monday ,,
neAnnpit lgai cnamdt loounn tdsda iwyz al lt obnet hrDeei eve, sti moendo ob. yoe
the Panama Canal Company's Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau for student assist.
ant summer vacation positions
which have been authorized by
Gov. 1$1,,. Potter ,,
Alie positions include, tempora,
ry employment of 1958
graduates and members sof t e
classes of 1959 and 1960 of the Can.
al Zone high schoolt, Junior Col College
lege College and those Canal Zone youths
enrolled in United States colleges
who are qualified under the gener general
al general qualifications standards for U.S.
rate employment in the Canal or.
ni lotion.
Whenever possible the college
stulonts will be placed in positiono
which reflect professional, techni.1
cal, or administrative training
which they are pursuing in le
lece.
,The summer vacation job per.
lod will run from June 2 through
Aug. 30.
Students interested in these Jobs
may, apply for vacation employ employment
ment employment at the'Ancon office of the em
nloyment branch of the ,Personnel
Rureau nr at the Centr91 Lather Of
lice in Cristobal., Anplications for
employment may also be obtain.
ed at the office of the principals
1110,..CanatZone bigh schools and
of the de'an of ,the Junior College

osiLNot. trtic04.
blit manytittes:--The great
counterLoffensiya. striking force
of the' Strategic Air pommand
has been sped 'on its way by ,'
alerts created by-meteoric flights
registering On Abe IDewline rad radarscopes.
arscopes. radarscopes. or, by interference' of
high frequency itanenitters
creating artificial' ot bY
the appearance of foreign ob-
jectr-on' 'the scope flying in
seeming formation 'which simply
neveK, hate been; explained,"

,
flew tiolors ip
'Transit PanCanal-z--4
Bound Fal' Colombia ColombiaThe
The ColombiaThe manuel Mei la, a brand brandneW.
neW. brandneW. motorshi transited the
Canal this,weeken routeto join
the ylota Gran Colomblana in
Colombia. ,. h 1
,The 415-foot vessel was built
in Earnburg, and can Carry 8,000
devdweight tons of, cargo. ,.,
She is- the :ester hiu of the
Ciudad de Turita which It180 rv
cintly transited 'the Canal.' The
Mejla is 'named 'after a .Colem,
bian who was the foremost cof coffee
fee coffee grower' in Colombia.' He died
last year.' :-
, .4.
Within .the next nionth two
more, ships will be launched for
the,Gran Colombiana. They are
the Ciudad. de Pasto to be' built
in Sevilla,' Spain. and the Clu Cludad
dad Cludad de Barranquilla being built
in Hamburg. , ,', e ,

Reenlistmen't Rate
For Pan 6tna Arect
Tilkes Slight Dip

,
The reenlistment rate for the Pa
nama area ditmed slightly during
March but still maintained a re-,
spectabIe 31,2 percentage, Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, 1LS. Army Caribbean an-.
flounced this week.

Of 93 eligible reenlistees 29 took'
the oath.
Fort Kobbe, with a' 50 per cent
vitint,,Wan tops on the Isthmus..
Clayton was next with a percent
age of 27. followed hi, QuarrY
Heights, 2,5. Fort Gulick 23.1 and
Fort Attador 22.3.
Eleven of 23 E-5's and 'above
reenlisted in the Panama area fr)r,
a mark of 47 per cent.-Of the 70
E-4's and below eligible, 18 re-
enlisted for a percentago of 25.7.

Purse Stealer ",
Arraigned 16 CZ'
An4memploved Panamanian se--
cused of stealing a yoman's ewes
from her car while she was ut it, .7.
was bound over yesterda for trial
in ILS, District.Court at Cristobal
for trial. ,
Bail of -300 wag set in thete
of Jinn Acosta after a prelim'eta
rry hearing MS held. Ile warcharg
ifd with petit larceny after a prev prevlous
lous prevlous conviction.
The incident occurred at it cm.
lonlitarth It near Folks River.

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strategy but it appeared likelY the :' ,.,0',:.;,",iaminiiimigaigkiMA:;:..k.,'V....,::::
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.':- The 'youngsters, "lklicolas, 5, altd .fuei.,,$ 2.4teular, nrsiect is vitally : .'i'f,iiii-,::::0;M,,.:::,Z,,,,:i.,Misi?0,,",imi'i,.:::,'g.,,,i:i,m,:,;:,:a::,. -:".:,i:',:.:.,'n...;,.K:::,,K,:i:, :,;;,?,,,;:::s..-4'...,.::i:ii-::.:', ,.:.7K:::::,!:,".',"1',:wigq.:-..,..,:.:,.....,.:::::'0e.',::,z;:::..7.....,,. :.mikiiii ,,,Ii,,:0:, Council for d speed meeting to h o
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this. bill,"',;in' groUndt. many ,:of the .'''.' VI-InZiOggisMI'N-N:.?:..E.NtMig'si'inii.'".'-.: -.,"'".'!".;,:?:',:'..;.".A ,':'-1Y-'''' 1::'''.',"!ea,t:'''rige:'.t400,M,MOSS.VV.::".H'''.0..!".:1101110.:;;r:':,:iVAP;11'"' COMPIO 4 (AC)
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, Mrs',,Ritsa I. Glynosp,were all by the Army .Engineers and his :'' .........::::::::',",i,:,,G1''::;''.::'',..., ....::.,.:.::,,::::, ',-4',-,...,...:::.,,.:.,:,:.:.-.::::::.:. k.,:.,.,..:,.,...1::,,,,,,,,,.4,,,,,,i,,,.,,,::::,t,,,,,,,,,A,.:,,,::,,,:,:,,,,,,,:.:.,:-..:.::-,:.::4.:,4:...,:,:,,:-:: : ",,"-'', i'., a' veners,.. by -Frank II tartholop 'hilt 1 inany--tittes--,-The- greA t k
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, .:. have' a U.S., visa. ., ' certain.. But Democrats Were .00- .", ,:::::;,.:i'?:.,6.iiu:ftX,,f,:i",.':ik-ii'sii".-.V.., :,":'"3:-"It''::i';'-K,;;:::;,:i.:i.:.::,',:":-x:?",i-: ,:.::,:a,.-,1 :,..::,,,:a,,,,iii,.,it.':mmo-,:,:,,.-,,,::.,,,i,x,::,,,..::::,,,..::::,-.:,:,:::,,:::,,,:",,.,-,,,,,,::,,::,:,:v":,,i:s:',::-,,::,-g-,::-.xf, .,,;,::,,,,$,,:::::,,?,,,,,-;:K,,,.',::::N,,,A,',,,,:,,:,,,,,,,:, system,,'"Iinder..,'which alerted"- arspopea, -.VI by : interference T 0,f
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D. EORGE P LONG from, the 'Jungle.' WartartTraining ,Centet at Fort. Sherman shows a att.:tux .to the (auudsi.e,nArcemaytpah4.01etroc;.. :
hozen-i, farm -, price- supports at
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Mediterranean chanical, and, electrhical., tradeS tion Division Buildine 89 Roo- A ',-,' ",,, ply' instructs the pilot to Pre
The House Civil service Com- eeed toward your target for a The manuel Mejla, a brand brandnese
nese brandnese motorshID, transited the
the ,Flota Gran.Colombla a In
if -", tee Voted, ,14 to 7, today to ex SpeelaI attention has heen direct- sible invasion of the mittee yesterday approved a bill fixed 'number of nautical miles
iCroiThltolmaernb
,:' pand unemployment compensa- ed to the observance of C b i I d frultily from Costa Rica,,now said will be Offered by t e Panama sevelt Avenue,' in Balboa, until providing, a ten per cent pay in- and then turn back--lail safe.- Canal this,week en route 'to join
- '.. tion benefit, far beyond levels Health Day on May 1 this year in to be destroying fruits, vegetables Canal Co.effeetive June 30, 1958, May 1,, thereafter at the new crease for Faderal ,employea 1,, el- if for any reason you do not at
elbaluir--g'f:o oa tn'll. v e.caltine. 'I e'aw' rrya. sil ba uol tolot
. recommended, by President Eisen. the Canal Zone as a part of the and flowers lound Alainela, Cos' lt haS been, announced bY the Ancon office. or at the central
,," h- feetive the first pay periqd after that point and at that moment
'r. bovver, Estimates. of the cost national observance requested in ta Rica. r-. -- - -- ' Personnel Burean. ,, '' ". ta 0.r Officer cris,tobal. -, -,. ,Jan, 1, 1958.. ,,,.. -,t.. receive Coded orders to continue
' .,- ranged from ones: to two billion a proclamation :, issued by Presi- AS citrus fruits, vegetables and Candidates -- 'limit be male -.. -, -, .- , ,-, '., ,,
She is- the :ester 'shin of the
', -, dollais, . , , ,,. dent Eisenhower. ., ..; , flowers. conting in from costa Iti- united states or panamanian 1 Those' selected for-' admission About 2000 classified employes des dweight tons of cargo
' The p r o g r a in, proposed by This date has been' observed'an- ex are rePortedyl being. confiscat- citizens 'of good character. whe to the examination will be notl-iti t rorYtcluedr, target,'" !artholomeyrre,-
he Canal Zone wiij benefit from Bartholomew's d I sp a s e h, Ciudad de Tunia which also re.
eintly transited 'the' Canal.' The
Democrats and tentatively so ninny as Child Health DaY for ed and bilrned. In addition 2o spe- Will. be' at least 1712: yearti of fled in time ta attend together the bill if it is signed into law. Which was 'based on personal
1.' proved by the committee would the past 20 Year and United States cially-tramed inspectors have been age bug who will not have reach:- With details Concerning time and ,, ; , ,, ,. I its to SAC headquarters at
a --Costa f
ed the r 23d birthday as of July place of the examination. ...
bian who was the foremost cof cof,
, cof, -, V s mepa Is named after a Colom-.
provide; ...- citizens everywhere, have been re. posted along the Panel's
, 4,, The House 'action came ..m. the Mutt Air Force Base. Nebro
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. , ,.., quested by the president to parti. Bice border. : ' '-, 1, 19894 They most be high School The apPrenticeshiP oPerlings form of en amendment to S, 734, Ind, was cleared by the Air fee grower' in Cel,ombia!' He died
"' - .16 week of federal benefits for eipate -, ) - s- 2. graduates, who have a reading, ere' about evenlY ,- divided be,- the salary bill approved earlier II
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'. 'persons who exhaust their etatc ; , , , writing, and speaking knowledge tween the Atlantic Side and the the ,senate which called for only Fo di I d 'that bombers
ree, se ose
, .4 I I ,, "many, times" last Y,eal't -t
, unemployment benefits.' ' ,,-- Ilt. b, of English,- Preference' will ),, be paelfitc side, although aPPren- 7Va per cent PaY increase. ft bjeets had been picked Within the next ': nionth, two
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'' Benefits to workers who lost N..1 C..D'
el ., anque .. , ,giventoisth
. mian residents and ticeship worksites are subject to rri;' ',, ;1 : ' '' a th d
- '', Jobs, which-were not covered by s 1,,, ., i
'" Ail West Indian's on tha lath- certain limited exceptions as to change at any time. , .. s.,e next action,' acoruing to up On e ra at SC
ope only to more, ships will be launched for
borne .wittiout going ,to theGran Colombiana They are .'
.; state unemployment' compensa. floofinf
Nisch. oit By EMDOSSy mus. end theirsdescendanti wilt age ,requirements may be Made ., ,. , word received today from AFGE return
bad taken off
- the Ciudad, de Pasto to be built
' Urn' ': '' ' ' be admitted( free to the Prosi- for veterans. actually has happened," in Sevilla.' Spain, and the Chi-
, '.. ; Panama Canal -; Co.. 'appren- headquarters m washjegton, Astin their targets. ..
' The President bad recammend. The American Embassy Is anxi.
know the whereabouts of n h
de t Roman racetrack tomorrow Selection fOr the aPPrentlee- tices-, start their training in a be to secure insertion of the bill on "MIS -- ---,----- -""--.7 dad de Barranquilla being built
ed an emergency 50 per cent ex. oils 'to
tension in the duration of benefits Nell C., Dengue, of Hyattsville, Md for t e. race, program w c s ps w e ase n p r
hi h in hi ni b b d i a t on general field such as mechani- 'the House Calendar for debate' -----7----.
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d th f tb W t titi i ti cal or 'electrical and later spe- Following House action, the elassi-
'ci b- He is asked the communicate it
N MOW pal for persons Covered y running e e es a compe ve exam na on
,Iclu.ss ,
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Indiel Federation Classic, honor- ly as '. their fied salar issue can o
whkh will' be held Saturday, eialize 4,( increasing Y g immed- Summer Vacahon ,.
, the program. This would range soon as possible with the Consul. I n t Tuesda st birth of the st 10 I Balboa. 'Inte ested training progresses. ,..
ng ex. . y , , ay n r lately la a Hotise-Senate confer- 1 R t
, ,, - Reenlistment a e
- from a few weeks to a maximum ate Section. Matters of importance ence committee-.
' ; ', of 15 weeks since the present du. await hini '4.. - .,
- new nal. .' young men who meet the qual
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, ra on o ene i s anes grea y ' e n invited
A selec .group bas b e ifications ,,are urged to t. make T
Red nuclear' est ,a .. ,
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to be special guests of the track application without delay and
- from state to state. 6 ' ', A ..'
All menca:Off ', management in. t,he, track's, club-. In any event' not later, than ' - .. . si ..,
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, The administration did inot rec. 1 '' 11 'd '
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for adm, 's
., Ban Rings Hollow III
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Aft i CZ-Repairs---:, ,:-,'
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ived be. The reenlistment rate for the Pa
'' t covered by the; unemPloyment ',An All A ri C bl hi h h '.'
me ea a e s p w ic ., .AiiHp iti, : This applica ion mu t be s will be rece
' ---- - ..' -, ', Ap011eati011 th Employ- nama area dipped slightly during -..
tion ''
., compensa program. o Val undergoing repairs at the In- 1 d I ' U ' Fm1 Id- -- --
on a special form accompan e n rnniutra EA ,, DI ., by e
ginning MondaY t March but still maintained a re-- .,
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: The cemmittee.approved 1
Pan dustrial Division sailed sresterdav - ' .A.
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- Per- : calls '. fol federal' grants to h. tm. oha .,...o ....4 .4 C...-4.1 A ,..... One n ewspaper complained' to.: tion for Federal n lovm t to
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stall a new lighting system. for 1 :.,,.when the ,,,.vete, messages were

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CAPE CANAVERAL Fla, A: flounced t is wee . i ,. ,
, loanee the exsra oeneuts.,.trie ad- da--v that thire-will be in excess of gether with the applicant's bight
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pril 19 itIP)An Air Force Thor sitions , ,. ,
ministration had recommended The All Am-eric b d b d t'
rt a e n led th' tx i ts d bis col col3000
3000 col3000 head of cattle in Panama is school isnscr p an Robert McKinney, U.S. represent representative
ative representative to the,International Atomic .. ant summer
loans which the states would re
, , 1 P a e Bathe& pier for 11,days.
u t th year, "while the Canal Zone buys lege transeript,, if be is attend- whieb have been authorize
d by .
Energy Agency (IAEA), said yes. Of 93 eligible reenhstees 29 took'
missile blew no, with a shatter.
meat from -New Zealand." Ing or has -attended college. -1, ussut s nue ea e Li
terday R I r t st b Gov. W,,E. Potter the oath.
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,, On a 14.7 vote, Republicans ,.. 4 ' - .: ,. , These forms may be obtained :will ring hollow until it gives more 1-;-.
no ex losiOn In an unst t 1
lcCes Ul ehe positions ine.ude, tempora,
sonnel Bureau Nfaorcalitounclenpo .
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Fort Kobbe, with a 50 per cent
' sought in vain to knock ctut the t .- ----- --------1 The reports said a, permit was , -----7 reactor fuel for international civil- ehPi tte t i ' nt of 1958
un ng a mp oday,- the ry full-time einployme s retineWas tops On the Isthmus.'
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Democratic' proposal to pay tene. granted two days ago to export ii ,,, .., tan atomic power.
Air Force announced, of t e
I graduates and members Clayton was next with a percent.
, -; fits to persons who aren't riow i' i 279 bee& of cattle valued at more ,..
Lloya sluryeyou McKinney noteu that Russia has ' '' '' classes of 1959 and 1960 ol the Can. age of 27. followed bY Q u a r r I
covered by unemployment compen- than $30,000, and next month 279 ' offered the international agency .: The Intermediate range mis- al Zone high ,schoole, Junior Col- Heights, 25. Fort Gulick 23.1 and
head will be sold to Curacao. To )(Gnu Pipes.
E- only 50 kilograms of uranium 225 bs
File seemed to eblow up on its lege and those Canal Zone yout Fort Arnador 22.3. '
- Re, John F. Byrnes 11Z.Wis) f t . for peaceful atomic projects. lie launching tes colleges
pad," an announce- enrolled in United Sta Eleven of 23 E-5's and above
who offered the unsuccessful mo. AWOL Diftee- ' In Cargo Hatch - said the Unit der the ener- .
ed States has affered ment saki. ' , who are qualified Un g reenhsted in the Panama area for
',.. tion, protested to newsmen after. I r ... ;,., 5,000 kilogramsollus a commit- Y ; ''. al qualifications stamiards for U.S. a mark of 47 per eent.-Of the 70 ''
,,,' ward that the provision "goes be. Lloyd's surveyor here will exit- ment to match contributions of There were no known injuriee. rate employment in the Canal or. E-4's snd below eligible, 18 re. .
at yond the wildest dreams of the i
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3 ice me b ken p pes in a car- thet n f u til 'd 1960
m so ro i o a ions n mi . The prolectile did not earn! an epoivition. ' enlisted for a pereentago of 25.7. ,,,,
fair deal and the new deal and
t go hatch on board the Hawaiian In all, McKinney said, the Unit. earth satellite but was being Whenever Possible the college , ,,,,,....,... 2,
would put the country ona a i 1 D. ' i H d
I lepers n an Traveller which arrived today at ed States has earmarked .100,000 fired In cOnnection with, the de- students will be placed in positions
. '" straight dole." ',. Balboa. ' kilograms for peaceful atomic velopment of the nation's mil- whith reflect professional, thehni- P se St I i '
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, ., LONDON (UP) The armYi' The freighter which is bound for projects, half for power plants itary ,MissilerY Program. cal, or administrative !raining i ...
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.' reperted today that it solved the New York carries a cargo oL can- abroad. '.. ,
' ''' ' ' ' which they are pursuing in col- A d In CZ
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4 t Fiero Tomorrow tp do with an AWOL draftee who a speech 'to the Southwestern 'As. Said the etPlosion oeeurred a ,The summer vacation job per per,.
,. per,. --- showed 'tip with his 18.month.old P.I S h.' 1:
1 ot wilt sembly, sponsored bY Rice Insti. bout 8:30 aln. and was followed iod will run from June 2 through ,.,,
t, An Amemploved Panamanian se-,
cused of stealing a ,woman's purse
44-k-eal-41-4.46,4-w. daughter and a supply of diapets 4" tute, at Fort Clark Ranch here. bY abodt four smaller ones. They, Aug. 20. ' from her car while she was in it, ..
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- The cruise ship Kungsholm is ar- LEST THEY FORCETNew, in his arms. ., AO Panama Camel pilot leaves 'McKinberifalso chided Russia Said at first the explosion and students interested' in these Jobs Wan bound over yesterday for trial
'' riving at Cristobal tomorrow at 2 10 0 pfennig w st Gi A The soldier Pvt. John Parker, Tuesday 'in his OWn plane for sev-ifOr its annotiriped halt to nuclear following smoke CO11111111 s4emed. may' apply for vacation emPloY- in U.S, DistrietCourt at Cristobal
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stsimn inkot if thortse. frt...., ha 20. wag gent tn tho stistrtihnnge I ern &los vsestinn in (Wats Rips testino wIthnutThrta, internstinnal itl Cattle from the area. near the motif st the' Anenn nffiee of the em .fnr trial



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Letters are received gratefully end are handled is re wholly coefidentiai 4.."1 wee", is walu-ue ''" Jr.."4---
, .. , , otherwise knowu as tlarry Bridg-
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' aft"- ' es leader of the west coast long
- it you contribute' a letter don't Ist Impatient if It doesn't appear the -- i 1
- shoremen.- Apparently The Treasu.
neat day. Letters' are. published in the order received. ry no,,,,, .,in .,0
' Please try te keep the letters limited to one Page length.- -- -"- s '''' have t- wait Breth- N
, , idenewr eiloieoo weiteci to held in widest confidence ,,:,,...,, ., er Briges ha's 40 intention of pay- gi,'I -.--
imam mg tne mcome tax people 80,000 .i
il 0
, 'rho arewspages assumes no responsibility for statements or en .1 i
expressed ift losers from- readers. ,,,, .' :' -In "deficiency tax" for 1952 and '4 ,,
. ,,i, ,, , t , :-. 1953 for which he was billed re- 1 t ,,
-
,r b i r.;.;..0 ,,,A,,1-1 -II it ,
,, t Though Bridges has been earn- i e U
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' i n la 1 I it'A I I 1:4 0 i
. .,,,
ing $11,500 a year as president of '' 0
- ,-: . -, ., ,,..! .. ; ..:..i ,' the International Longshoremen ', t'(
,- .. .,. --7--- 9' 7.-r"- : ,... and Warehousemen's Union, the 1
.. Treasury Dept. charges that his in- ;,
- PARAISO HIGH' SCHOOL PRINCIPAL .
,11.. ,, ... ,,, ,, , , - , come it the '52-'53 period was
. , - ' $147,000. The Treasury's action is . ,N,:',',-,-,''',,....--....,,.
..- I am Sure the author of those letters' in the Mail Box a- umnprecedented, for.- the govern- ...-'''..'
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gainst the incumbent principal of Paraise High School is' a mor- ent le not chervil that Brid --
es pocketed the. extrg a money' ,g-- :-
bid negrophobe witle,a blackskin a man who, because of his
own personal flops inhle, is on the hunt for some succetsful, ci.,- or i-ven
tisen upon whom to vent his poisoned spleen. -, ,,-, 4 .,-- ..,
Bridges, f eastuy f ept. is billing
The Trnandied 11 ;' '' ' it
his heohroifi tie ense ftmd raised
itiiiiisien rembers
- ', Le,t me say, from the very outset, that I am in no wise op op'
' op' posed to those university graduates who have earned for them- i
"land others wheYn
selves one academic title or another.' No one in his right mind
er was on trial in FederaalliCioeuardt.
could be so naive as to speak disparagingly of college degrees;
e on c arges o con con.
. con. intl. He was tri d h f
, they play a tremendously important part in. the cul, tural
mspeh'satcythrtsouIdhefrmaiusdst.sthteeme gtosveronn- .
provement of human society. - --
, I am the lather pf several children and should like to. see
his citizenship application a'
.- each and everyone of them. eun a college degree,-with some
The Supreme Court thre.w o u t .'
solid education thrown in, so that they might be able to inake
tbe case in June,- 1953. This not
some impbrtant contributions ,to the welfare not only of their
only released Bridges from the
race but of .humanity on the ,whole. In spite of all, this, how howcharge
charge howcharge but also two of his friends ''- t 4's 9
ever, let me ask, is there no room for those men and women
. who, by hard w04, diligent study and commendable foresight and colleagues, ..1. R. -Robertson, .... .; -;1,---7:,...,...t,.:
hu- the union's first vice eresident, ''
have aistinguished themselves In One field or another of
rf -,
BoTahredymweemrebeinr.dicie.d,, in .i949 srid ,,', qualm...,
''' man endeavor? pray tell mei ', ' and Henry Schmidt, an Executive 1ili '.."; 006
,., Let there be no misunderstanding. I ani. just as eauch for --,
I till,' i j
''. the progress of my,. race as anyone can be, but I am' also an un un''
'' un'' yielding advocate of ohlective thinkingthinking not tainted did what comes naturally t a n d ,' 111 - ''
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by the poisons of, envY, hatred and malice aforethought, 1, has come naturally in labr cir- ------- '
" Such obvious ne'er-do-wells as "Disgusted 'Patriotic Pana- cies since the first ."unfair"- Edo -- -
,
manian" (Mail Box, April 14) would do well to look to their OWn was, painted. They organized e de -
VIT
' laurels. -Ellis L. Fawcett, the. Princillal under attack, does not, fense committee. And that's what's- a
to the best of mY knowledge, possess any coilegiate -degree, but intrigiling labor circles across the '
Jae certainly possesses something that a college degree does not land nowciecles 4-1.which Bride.
always produce .;.,--a great mind, rare native ability and Poten- es ean always easily -capture the
',tie' for achievement that can very well be the envy of the Lil- Wu "The Man Most Loathed." .' :' ,' , ,' t
nse Committee beat tho tam tam':
': tam': liputian that "Disgusted Patriotic Panamanian" is showing him- The Bridges-Poberteon Schmidt s .- . --
self to be. ' ,e"- ,
firronail the
. 'Fawcett possesses something worth passing on tel the' bourines anti raised some $500,000. NEW NORKERS ARE ,, ,' ''
youngsters of the community and the more -serious and under- The case drafteea
, TALKINE ABOUT :1' .. ,. ,. 'el '., an
", ; standing among us are thorough1. awere and 1.4h,lY aPPr,e, chi- feonruterotst,iftoref3treerart1Iheasndup'rmeomset octoilurst "thprin-ees's ,', m
:live of it. - ." argatet discOvering re
But in 1956. Treaserv- arrived b d 1
. at a crown can e a ur en a y
9., If "Disgusted Patriotic PittlaMantall" has- an axe to grind ruling. ,
, yankee Doodle ,Dolly can do what ja
, 1.--and it 'is qiiite obvious that he doeswhy .should he insiSt on
' .grinding it on the sage head of BrinciPal tillS,YaWeett? I tan the San Francisco national head- Princess- Margaret can't 'marry ar
' ',only say more power to the good,principal. Long, mey hehe in nuartere of the, Paeifie- doekwel. her Prince tnarming...The Roxy's ot
..,,., ,,, '.-:' topers The
No Raneoe,. 0 the nninn and the D e f 0 n s e
,y, position.to serve his people.; , : .- Y Went over all records h
zir: 1, .. ..:. .,., ,-,-,; ;-',1; eCwrtoemseosmns,itaatgeenod Bfosrrs411-their4, rrifi.9 unh
,
seatm g capacity being reduced by le
more t an 50 percent as -a result .m
, ,
, ( of, alterations for the new Cinemir- Li
- - wo Years. Several aele process '... "Say Darling," a al
''''' '' - ' T V. SERVICE -- show based en a novel, The mite Cr
c m t heard from el was based on a show --which po
. i
1 "Exasperated'TV 'Owner" (mail Box, April 5) wrote that 11,e ;Treasure Debt: heft, S a n was based on a novel:A dizzy-mak T1
aince Mayi,-1956, MIN-TV has not been up to his expectations. Fra.7nrcisco shock, as though It were ing item ... Como's 'Glitch A Fall- It
' eWe cat think of only-two reasons for his thinking that way. Ifta 0
'. ; ..'' ing Star" leading the juke-box par- et
',Zither he 'is too cheap to buy tt good Tv set, or he is a ParlaMa sThe 1,internel Avenue 'Service had acte A -refreshing' relief roni the bi
turbulent trie, owed the govern pri1,13th, ',wide, Wide World". pro procanal
canal procanal employeAnteeested in finding a new Job for himself,' as erve notipe :ti, eaeh t
0, the rocknroll noisy nothings ..,', The A. te
:he stated.CFN should ,be sold to the Canal a setae'. ,'' N- r
es for the '52,,'z,e '53
. Personally ivefeer that the US Army Sigrial Corps is doing ment about -S80,0no in; bamc 1,
e grain Itreameras fecused On the
, .,ta superior job with,the limited funds, avallable,to them. If "Es- period. The washington press corps. Exciting
eff the three unit
, asperated T1.1,,Oornet," would like better scrviCe we suggestz Treesury' eriti,''''-'11-1..-el -The ffie -.
.Y !hat,,,gti .eeltidy, Garland who hasn't dis. .7
4 1." 1. lie but-a, Deter set, er ,' ' ' - r covered; anything twer the rain. a'
, ;11, 3. He gett.thgyanama Canal Company to put up a station !eadertAbe id.- have eluded, ,bovee- exCepteelouds.,. , e;
- tot their own, ite,thatove could have two good stations on the Ili personal' inconle for that twe- "'- 71, ,;,,.4 ' ; 1 A s
, year (stretclit '.
-4sthmus,1.0r '''-'4 "it 1"-e,0 ). - e ------ t v:- ;
., P .art equal sle,ro 0 '', e note of hope -in the recession e
''' 3 He avoida the TV serVice-he finds so crummy, by,,,gOns Me, money r-,tel by the Defense blues: Department etores in the ,4-1
i., he' tette ; ',.. e.--.
nip his CZ homestead and going 'hack td'.1t S Committee Thle would put their New York-New-Jersey, area' rollecj ',I
ine
.4,,. In the meantime we praise the US Army Signal Corps for ome at $147,000 per man for up their biggest March biz in his- l'
ithe fine job they are doing in bringing enjoyment an drelaxa- the 24 months. -,.. : tor 0 W II c
y ... rson e es performance
In effect
Con into our holnes. , the ,Treesure Dept. Is in "The Long, Hot Suminer" mo a
SitistiedTV Owners saving that since the funds wer vi 0 0 b D t
e e. mon is 4n scar- alter... or.
, collected a Ts.,0
an in their, be- othy Kilgallen wearing a sack ,s
'' a ALEBIAN AND GINGER half in a r
, c iminal nroPneding dress, as a gat, on "What's, My t
:Sir: . they should have reported it eF Line?", Verree funnee ...: Jazt re- :
- I WaS struck by the contrast in the philosophies of "Ginger personal income. , . ceieing the highbrow treatment in I
.
1Cnow All" (Mail Box, April 17) and Assemblyenan Alfredo Ale- Shortly after this notice arrived, Harper's meg. Explains its origin,
elan Jr. which happened, to be published on the same day. the union'e secretarse treasurer, function;1 significance ...and s I 1 (
4.0inger Know All,' who aPpears te be a simple man with no Louis Goldblatt, wrote to all locels that jazz .;, The Debra'Paget-Div- I
:conspicuous influence in the country, takes wise note of the that the union would eieht the id Street marriage' withering after I
efforts being raade by many Gringos (and many of the more ruling. 'rhe, story of this fight one long month. 'We didn't ,think 1
:enlightened PanaMarilanS, for that matter) to enrichen, pane- betweetl Bridee,' end eotemink, end it would last that long ...The UP's 4
, tria by developing the land. They apply 'a combination Of hard the Treasury Dept. has lust be. thrining news: ,,"Cancer .. experts I
. york, knowhoW and Patiencd to the resPonsive 'soil; and- the gun seenine into eitienel IThor declared today that U.S..aelentists
'consequent Production Adds PerManentaY to the natural wealth circles' which bad been too :busy are nearing a break-through on
' eif the country. The key factor is the hard work. ,, in Wash4Igion tn, keen ohrgy,lt treatm 1 it of c,ancer with drugs."
' '' Aleman, who as a prominent and wealthy politician holds of the life and times' of Brother - ---- ' 1
a position of great influence In the country, adopts the philoso- g . Critic Walter' rr -reporting: 1
phy of "Gimme-" I believe his words were "greater Panarnanian (Rd now they are extited ty 'The, Broken Jug", is; to put your
participation in the benefits of the Canal," or something to that Ihe caae. They're worried- about minds -at rest immediately, a play
effect. For benefits, read moneY- But where is Aleman's offer the nrecendeet if Bridges los. about a broken jug.", (Oh) Mar Maret
et Maret 'greater ParticiPation in the hard work and knowhow involv..- es. This could cost scores of la tha, Graham's taiented torso-toss- 1
ed in generating this money? Not a wOrd. ,, ; ,,,, bor leaden: hundrede ,of t h 0 II. ers at the. Adelphi !..,, The new Co Cosands
sands Cosands o 1
' "Ginger Know All" could Carry his observations a stage f do lars if they can get Itimbia album of early Gershwin
-,
- further by asking who does the most for the polar, people of 'Lull- ,..,. ners; FOr example,"Someone to
pane,mathe Gringos who go, farming or otherwise develoPing Ine McClellan Committee, for ei- Watch Over --Me" and "Do,. Do;
the Interior, creating jobs and increasing the country's food amnle. charged in Its interim re- Do.", Musical music .. The new tv
production, or Aleman who expresses his country's national as- psirt that hundreds of Thousands quizzers:s "Wingo,".-"Bingo". and
pirations as a combination of panhandling and blackinalling. I
oziellars were misused by enion "Dotto." None are ,zingo "The
,' There is a great and respected dignity in working for your h I
eurtc als who drew on union tree- Yoting Lions" flicker which' offers
living, whether you are a country or an individual. The world n I
es for their defense -in court a reminder of Nazismetoo many
' Includes several countries comparable to PanaMa in size and re- v."'
Soa. d i ' '' 4, have' forgotten ... Judy Banther's
sources which enjoy gr,eat respect from the larger- cOuntries ,,, me e ense fund stnnie helm two-page spread in Tempo' mag.
because of their sturdy deteMlinatiOn to stand on Weir -own nte
,rallifyr been set at $1,000,000, La- Quite a spreadBernard. Baruch's
feet, and to support themselves- by honest work., ,,,- .-, nnr
-.. fen ofleiAIS turn to these de- provocative comments on. our ecat
- I'm not sure that quite the same resPeet is accorded a cOun- 4e unds for two reasons: The nomic problems., He's one eif the
try 'which appears to prefer to live as a mendicant. ,, co.. of legal defense in nrilninol few experts who is 'reall
actions I y an au
In fairness, I do not think Aleman truly reflects his coun- ,,, s not tax-deductible. Ai thority on the subject. i -.
try's spirit. Though I have no figures, I uniderstand,that Pana- la n
., r ot a pusineet ownonse. Thew, ,,...,,, - f s
ma's .0rou National Product has been increasing quite notably, 1.?..!, even the $50.000-a-year offi- A new book; 'In God fVe Trust."
' both in evOlume and value, over recent years. Thia commendable ''13'24 a an go broke If he has tn Discloses that In '76, most of our
state of affairs is due more to the efforts of the hard-working
co!slts tie; lafry,ers1 fees' and court Riunding Fathers were in their
producers singled out by "Ginger Know Ali" than to the politi- taxes' aTh a e he has paid his early 30s. ,Amazing ... The -Army
cally-inspired sniping of Aleman and his ilk. -- ; - '., rourse i et other r e 2,6 o n ., or Brass overseas making it taboo for
, I am not saying that Pariama is or is not presentlY getting lies .s he feet the many pf GIs to witness flickers starring Gi Gi,
, Gi, Silt 'she deserves out or the Canal operation.',Vor 8,121 I saYing moo, aCloi!s result. from such 9 na, Sophia and ;Brigitte. Ohnow Ohnowthat
that Ohnowthat Dan Flood Is the most sagacious congressman ever to come gan .6" I
v t!'es as strikes and er look! '... The' !British 'couple who
down the Pemieylvania Turnpike. ' '' A. izing drives. , --..... . won $585,421 by betting two cents
If the Bridees ease sets a p in'a soccer 1 Lad t ck
re poo y u Wan
- -; I do-say that ademonstrated capacity. to work, hard and iedent, it will h'
av.e. greater im,. never luckier...Kbrushchey in Hute;
produce well will eam any countrY a better credit rating, and act
on union activrty than any gary celebrating the "liberation"
greater respect from the rest of the world, thin a demonstrated recent jaw., f '
. o that nation In Communist lingo,
-capacity to sit and bawl for handouts. ,' ,- ' ,. , , -,
liberation means slavery a n d
To Gringos who get Incensed by. what it is convenient to TRANSIT- REVENUE DOWN '6 ',- death ...Previewers giving Gene
classify ail the Aleman attitude in Panatna's public pronounce- NEW YORK (UP) P R 1 d b Id
assenger ow an s a -' queen-size, ut up
metns I Ivould recommend the PallaManiarin of Chiriqui' and revenue N' Y k
n ew or City's sub. for her performance in -4 The Hign
other sections of the Interior, who can be found doing a day-in, ways dropped $4,3M,543 in a nine Cost of Loving" movie. She clickdaY-Out
Job-of working for their own-betterment without gly- th d di M
mon perm en ng arch 31. ed in Broadway's' "Middle of the
, ing a hoot abotit any waterway ,except maybe the river through the Treesit Authorit d N ht" Th bl .1 C b
y announce Ig ... e rum e n u a.
their farm.- '. : ..,- .' .., ,, ..i'. ', -- today..The drop was blamed pri. Now pege.one news'but it's been
- .. '' ',-,' -' ijo Ve k ,p
. , 't t ,.,..,- r r or ers, ,Wallers madly on the recession. -- raging for almost two ears
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The Little Ones Don't Seem to Mind the Hills

Ronal exclusive concessionaire
tor Panama and Canal Zone
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' exemplary, ligh pettetiente eAteetde'
, : tended te whe eete et specie! preleithinel reeseiteeteete
Pet the' present god meet future the imply 00 he Wet
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40.0.40 dePOSit is sufficient
only good till 300, of April
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. ,,,,,, I WASHINGTON -- There are two with Congress ... The grand jury
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, '7)... ,,, '-' '- --,,,' ; interesting mulaings in W asning, prooing ...le federai q,,,,mmuu.c.-
- .-- -e" -- s..,,. 1, ...I.., ',ow t.e.,it, ..,til the. Ito.- ,tions t-olumissum anu tne olack
;,.,),,,.,-,-01 ,, 1 mat arteries cp, l'the USA, which el.'s,. is weak. borne of tne jurors
- conaast strangely in arclutecture. don't understand what it's all a.
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One is tti e he a u tii ut .. int u' at .rio.nb 1,tei trb:nincet.hAalt:lioeerYmnewuyil: owbaden:rsowtthtnenertms
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mausoleum built tor the f ederal trobsole result INO PrO!etnw(-tetl:to:dpIISCI.::-
- itere:Vneelt:anrdU
0 venue. Here bank.presidents front triotically- went with me to North -'
! al. over the USA meet to consult Africa to entertain U.S. troops last
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-- ,-, -, on the econernics o. the nation. Cnristmas,, will b.age a o.,6 esole
'Atip. ''' An air m discreet -conservatisni at the University of Maryland next
' -----.' ALI) . ,' pervades its halls.' ' , week witli the College All-Stars.
i 'N : It was in this building that the -itt,teney- Geilerat ., tog.rs will t'
,
, ,,, , ; Federal,- Reserve Board, w i t h open the game by tstohsedseisniaag up the
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1 ,--, ,, ,,,, : , tsoomtle hmteenmhueprsin. ditesrseesnttinrgal-elecildaesut mbaolln.th.. slit: bFleCCssinhga Ledoenure
::o..",;ts. fr.' ": year,g which ut the opinion of ma itansas City Star's TV and radio
, ny economicsts brought on the stationc, Usually this is automa.
) .(1 4,, ...' -, IV present 'recession. --, .' I tic. Maybe the FCC is being care-
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' In a completely different part:of fill for a change.. .. ,f , .
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41r, ... town, on Second and. D 'Streets, ' - ; - -- ,..---' ' ; '
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gi ' located, in a 0"Tempe,", is the, See.' EARTHQUAKES AND BATHS ;
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1 urities and' EiChange Commission. Bi I, O'Dwyer,. Manhattan's fem.
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- ;, :."; b . A Tempo. is a temporary, ouilding 'ous ex-mayor and former Ambas.
, 4-4 ..-'417 , 1 built. during ,the war supposedly' to- sador to' Mexice, ,as taking' a
' 4-aeeX----...,-- -- i ,,...,: ,,s, .,,, be torn down -after the war.' 'shower hi the Fresham. Hotel in
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' Of ', ., - ...".':',:W : Butln. this.'makestfil building; Dublin' when. the Associated Press
-,i 1 'A - 421.0! :
' ' Which in the ,sturirnertime is ,the came to lell-him Ahat :his:office
,-'-.0 1' o : '..?, .6,,:',-,,,
. hottest plate -in' Washington; an building ih Mexico City had fallen.
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Izzl, fll i 71 -: -,. , .,, .,. understaf ed, overwOrked, commis- osh."Deorwe,,mearro.:2::::13.,,ua, s.mu, al,i,y;.,3'-t,-.11;:r,t.,',:a:tiui. nt',.
', ; Mon passes on the.stock, and 'bond i "Anyone Inirt?" 'asked O'Dwyer.
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-- , .0 ism c : issuee tvhich. Mean hundreds of '"No,", replied the AP.', "What
;., 'BIA'mck,gsoTinAgo:alcNk Ntotwfinis.yoh It- tmy....
. '.. millions to the American public.... ere Yeti: going to ,do?" i''-','', 1,', ', '.
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, Wall Street lawyers leave. their
silts ., ''
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.41, f' J ,r,- 3 ,.. ,.. yet haoonemr.kif oTarphtt.aelutlyh eab. mo ff. i cf lye stuoi twe sa si h in 'n-- gleno:
betWeen theinselves when victory' .--
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, .. appear be,ore 'the SEC and catch
. prliannge:wbiathckthtoe mM atonhthat-e
seems just around the corner. and ,
that's, what they're 'doing ,,id New
Reult could beNelson'Rockelef-
K,
,, ,,..1 Nation's Capital their overpaid.,
, ,,, ,;, -. 1 overstuffed publicitgyaiiiinsetn.4-h-e',m',
'7'' .41I?
s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,......,;:,,,,-;igme- . motect American stockholders stockholders.
. stockholders. ,t4EA 5eroc!!!"SI'd Matching wits, a
in ler. Republican, as Governor; .:'
to york right tow. :,...:,,, ,,,,,,, ,,, ,:,,,
The conservative wing of t h 41.
Democratic party (sometimes call.
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, .-..... , .. , ,,, - .' - an SEC staV, cut down to ,t h e
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------ ''' , ., - most miserl budget in history.
. -. ..,. ,,, Yet this it a- tithe when the SEC ed the ,Irish wing) wants.Big Jint ,,
ei '', asetnogcakgeicsisulns
remeinb.er how .. Big :Jim.' knifed .'
. ,'.-' t rill'' ''' t' ,., tilaung'epaesray n
v bneforme;c'-r faasrlet?troRtuogfittinhfolowr.stheofSencaptp T
eo.sitihicont :',..
I 1 fort,in history: ,,, ,.: . ..,
ing to compromise .-maybe-with '.,.
.,,.. ,.. 2 J. ; 7 -. .s2 ..1 .- . 4.' ., The SEC, Aritted into law by 'reDlt in his latter. years..,' ',-, ..
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Hogan,. the District' Attor,
. , ..,.,,- 0,........ ,. -,-. f ..- '... '., -... ,' , ,.. Sam ,. Rayburn under Roosevelt, ConServative Democrats are wilt ,,
,. .) , ., ., y. 4,- ''' '.. i 1 nsed te boat such outstanding pub.
lic officialeas Supreme Court Jus- Frank
',ice, Wiil'sm 0- nntigilas: the late neY,'
MCuromramYttssfinornmerer.' BAui
a'- nT, sh e, Iptueb I ics al iz1 de Dv ewres u eie nr so. ,f,.. Sol rt eorys- pMaonumt gdogin eoruye Col 1 tp i,
Jerome Frank of the Court of Ap- rE, nTeormg y
an interesting feature: Includes parently,. actorefare rket r, own
ins falinckineresr.vi' Aewp!
reViews of the drama .:.. Why :Hot- werst,critics. -, ... . tomie
Deals:, Joseolt ,P; Kennedy, '-Am. theY 'don't want Tont. -Finletter,
lyWood producers gray young; Pa- ', - -"--- -- ' bassador to England; Leon !lender. former Air Force Secretary. :,,'
ma Game," ,a -delightful song- 7,, Dr.: Edward,. Teller's -,' common- son,,formerhead of.OPAr and Jus- As a result Dave Dubinsky, head'
and-dancinema, attracted unanim- sense: ,,,If we stay strong,. then I ;,,,. 1-,--1'n'anti Pac-era of the New et' the International Ladies, Gar-
ous raves., Nevertneless,' it was! a believe we' can have- peace- wised -York' Supreme-Xourt. ";4 -, ' 'ment Workers -and- moving- 'spirit
box office ?disappointment ... Net on forcePeace based on force is Now it is the stepchild of the M in the Liberal party, bas threswn ,.
man Levy's memoirk,"My Double 'not ,as good as peace- baseu on a. senhower ,administration; One'', of down the. gatintlet. .,, -. -..
Life., He has been an' outstanding 'greement, but in the terrible world the best ways to kilt an agenty is -He'hati dropped private -threats
attorney and wit. Mr. Levy. par- ni waicii we live, it may be the on on.
. on. to starve it to death....-., ,, -- ,;., that if the Democrate don't bomb!.
ented the' verse-toast- to 'newspa- ly peace, that we tan havev-, '. NO,TE, ,."4. Teal million..faiririei ati; 'a Liberal,i he will swing the ',.
Newsweek reporting that the film
permen we have .often glioted '..'. now 'own stocksoAll of them. are Liberal party over to Nelson Roc. '
The- smashing of; Harlem's' multi- version of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" dependent, in-one: way 'or Another kefeller for Governor, thereby un.
Million dollar-Policy ring. Hdwev- will substitute infantilism for itheion the ,sE0 as ,,ithe -govertudent dercutting Gov: Averelr Harriman. -
er,- gambling- there continties. The original homosexuality,, t,h e rn e. watchdog 'for clean securities. .' ''., There's ,anlote,resting 'bond be,
Some ctrange ... Lord Beaverbrook ....,,, ., ... ,,,, 1 .. ,.,,,,,;',. i,,, 1; tween ,Dubinsky and Rockefeller.
betting cif' nickels., and dimes addi
demanding : a 'summit, tonference .. -;
up to 40100-million-a-year biz,- 4 etASHINGTOW LOWDOWNS ....,' Duhinsky's friend and tdviser for
, ....,. ,, , ; with Russia with ,or 'without the ,,,, -, ,,. i ,.,... 4,, ... ,, years has been, Mrs. Anne. Rosen. .,
-,,.: ;',..:., 4'...; .. ,- -7 -..- -; -C U.S. The- British, publisher ,, hasn't
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Vic' ramer,- onetime ace trust berg...,former. Assistant -Secretary
The scarcity of new Hollywood learned 'anything., He was one of buster of the Justice!, Department, of -Defense.. The. Rockefeller 'famt.
musicals, At one time they 'were the leading appeasers before'World is
going to clam ,trp,'when he tes,' ilY's labor, adviser fen-many- years .
Movieville's top mealtickets.'..Per War IL., Oh; Maxi ,.',',;,,ia, ,-..,.....,,;, .r ..,,:., tifies be-ore Congressman Celler's' hasbeen the, saw, ,,INfrsi,-;iO4.11.1111 -,'
,etval Como, the only 'eeetire.a.Iv J - -,' ' --L-',,'' ,,,,,, ,,, trustibusting committee on the te- Rosenberg.,,i i4 -.,...,,,,Th.,;(,,,,,. ,.,,,
star. Ile, has -a .12-year 11S million ''''.' ,The 'Kinsey' irislitute'S 'latest re. lephone monopoly, :Cramer knows '4' She is not averse te 1 marriage.
contract ,,',.,: Kim' Novak's method port in' Mecall'i. somethinglo be where, the bodies are kirk& in the between N,elson ltocke eller,,, Re.
ofeasing personal tensions.' She re- read !with raised eyebrows -....-. The
, fixing of the telephone consent de- publican candidate. for! governor,.
loxes by-, writing poetry g.,.', Mae -wonderful' enthusiasni of "The Mu- cr'ee..but'isn''going ,to.,cooperate- and the,,Liberal party.,..,-,-...,-,,, :
West's brief anpearanceon the A- sic. Man" cast. They seerd to have ,, -, -..), . -, ..i', ,..,,:. ; ,..:,, .,.. ,' ,.
cademy Award show resulting In as much fun as' the audience ,..- (
a flobd of offers.,,She doesn't Teed The, drinking glass in a Madison ..;., ;,,, - 1 y-) .. '-', -: ,,
the work. Meet saved her coin.' Has 'Ave,..shop. It costs pnly $000-The ,,,, ,:. .., ,,,
several million $ ..'. Red Skelton's exintetron of Sir Winston Church- ,,,', i,
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' touching, story in Itedbook.,- Tha lir' paintings' at. the Museum 2 of ',i.,: ',.., ,,
. words get pp,t.-the eves and- reae,t Art...1. ',The' New' Yorker- tag de- ,.. ..,- ,- I- f ... .. ... ., .' '.' t ',': .'. ', J,,,.. .,- ..: .-.: ', !: A ,9''. ;,-'
' eitement of the eircee it Mad, Sg. explaining why Sid Caesar is filo- ,.,., : -,,'. .-: .';'...',t- :
the heart ... The pageantry and ex,;
1 Garden.. Wonderful for kids:, and
voting several thousand words:: .,' :,: t.-. 1. ,:,,, i ', '. --, ,-., ,-. :-. ,, .. ,-- , ; ,, '1
ItY:, We; can givde the same expla- .... !,,, .,
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na on.th 4 wor s: Ha makes pee-. .-, 1 ,--- .'' .7'-' 7 :'' '' 1 '.. ' '' : ''
. mikes' grownuns feel-like kids a u
gain ....Democracy making the Ar-
pie laugh ,,,,, Mamie ;Nati DOrell N
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: mY safe, for Elvis Prealev; In' the whamming across e rocknrolla in,'
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; Army, the only big shots are part the Teacher sr, Pet movie.' She I ,
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; of the artillery, - -.. .,.. . really 'beunces ,..1 13fitish critie Iv-'
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- 1 1 '1 4 CIENTISTS ;1, TICHNICIANS :!
k Russia's propaganda victories. the underground workers, the psy-, ,, ..i ,.
They cannot. be casually dismias., choanalyst goes down,deepeat Audi ..,- moll ,,::, ,.
ed., If the Soviet wins the Battle of ,cemes tip' dirtiet.!' r- ..- ... s
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t ..- Pedro Martin's interview ,' with .
ROB GET RUBBER ,:,:
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y Mrs.. Bing Crosby 'In the Satver. ,'- '. -
, nost. ,Quite a girt.' Bing certainly , KOALA LUMPUR,''., Malaya 11 ;:., : fk ltolleillin4utomet comhi ...
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.... (12)-rThe. Soviet. f eighter Ada- ;,, -,
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iutsorior Rohl construction with. ,- ,A
. trend of the times: One movie ,rnag demilt,,Krilov loacle 3,900 Ions of '.
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My. Vahle.4 01010.11C1h0.0 ..
t devotes half nf its Spaee to tv rubber 4 todayr, the :first shin- ,' 3
0 Westerns ".... -.Time 'mail reeordine !nett of ..! Malayan ',rubber o'n- ..,
1, the Desilu success story. 'They pre signed,:te Moscow.,' ., ., ,, .,. ..', itis high-efficiency Ions tor color' :
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v duce 27 tv,' shows ',.0 T:lnai Chrjo. The freighter, will pick tip. addL ,,,, ' end block nnd white. Schmid? f:,
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d lian's cupidoodling 'with Rio's. zit- ,..
tional rubber ., in Singapore before -,, , ,----'.- ''' ,, Xonotor f : 2;1010' him .," P '''
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e lionaires. ,Pitehing ,, eurven ,P n d "iling
home:.,While. the, ship. has ..- ,!.,,s ......
s catching ',headlines..,Iteporter :liar. been', in port none of Its zereW .,..
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y risen Salisbury's 'series. on love members ,,..has gone ;..ashore- fib ''' t 7,---- 1' Internal onh.rolloction hellion l
's nile delunacv ln NeW York.A grim noon- de art-
though ::.the :immigya: p
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las something to sing about.,.The
q'end of the times: One movie mag (UP)-rThe Soviet. freighter Ada Ada)ost.
)ost. Ada)ost. Quite a giit.' Bin.gce-riairivr; 1(0ALA LUMPUR,' Malaya
levotes half of its Spaee to tv demik pilov loacled.3,Q00 'tons ef
rceordin
Westerng ... Time 'Inaft rubber 4 todayro' the :first shin.
o merit of Malayan rubber e o n..
.he Desilu SUCCeSS story. They pre signed to' Moscow .., , ,,
duce 27 tv. shows ,,,.,T:in,14 Chrio., The freighter will pick up addL
lien's eupidoodling with Itie'n el tional rubber in Singapore before
lionsires. pitching curl" p n d sailing-home. While. the, ship has
Datehing ,headlines...teporter Her. been in port none. of its creW
risen Salisburv't eriR on ;hive members has gone ashore kb
nile delunacy in New York. A grim though the' immivrations depart departstory
story departstory full of unhappy endings ... ment grantTd permission.

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; Who is lhal lady. with ihe green thltmil
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"She has a green thumb," people say' enviously of the
gardener ,vho always seemS to have luck with her flowers
and plants.. Next to a gooddisposition and pretty ankles.
' it is atwonderful gift-for a' 'woman to liave. ,,
But a "green thumb" is not a, matter of luck nor is
: It a secret. All it requires is' a desire for-beautiful stir.
roundings and a persistent determination to have a loVely
lawn and garden.. , ,
Nature...and a little technical assistance at the right
the rest '
, The wise housewife (whativer the color of het thumb)
' realizes-that in the tropics 'she must maintain control oier
damaging insects.' he reaches.for her telephone to call
Panama 3-1977 or Colon 1777 where PRONTO Service, the
insect..control branch of 'the Agricultural Development
Corporation, wilt explain its Idw-cost montlili budget plan
to develon green thumbs.,,.., '

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. re, e ies are Mined in the between Nelson liocke eller,,, Re.
t, ,,or .: -..4.-,i.t, ,,,,,,,t,,, ,),. . , . thveir,, stretch .k.an,,
read with raised eyebrows '.,.-The f
(111 lib re 0 note 0 hope -in the recession contract -, ,..;: Kim Novak's method Port in MeCall'i. Something:Jo be whe 000
0,11100eT r.,col by 'the Defense blues: Department i atores in the Lessing Personal tensions. She re-le
avoids the TV serVice-he finds so cruirinlY, bY,,,Mtue
CZ homestead and going tack 'td-.the States. '-,, .-,,,- Cnommittee.' This woul,i put their New ,York.New,Jerserarea' rolled laxes by writing ,,poetry 4,;, Mae wonderful enthusiasm of "'the Mu- upng, of the telephone consent de- publican candidate. for.' governor,
the meantime we Praise the US ArmY Signal Corps for l.cAom2e at 3147,000 per Man for up their biggest. March biz In ills- West's brief anpearance on the A- sic, Man" cast They seen) to have cree,.but Isn't 'going to :cooperate and thetiberal party.,,' '', '.. . '
e job they are doing in bringing enjoyment an drelaxa- th n 4ftmonths. ,:- ,, , : tory ... Orson Welles', performance cademy ,Award show resulting In as muck fun as' the audience -... ''.'' s'''' 4.''''''''' ''''''" ''''"''''.--' ,'' .' ''''''' '',' '' ';'-' 2 "", g ...,. ..-' .',. : '-
a) our homes. .. ; I e ect, the ,Tressurv Dept. Is in "The Long, Hot Summer" mo- a flobd of offers.,,She doesn't -reel Tee, drinking glass in a Madison . (
Satisfied, TV Owners saving that since the funds were vie.' Orson is 4n Oscar-baiter...Dor the work, Mae-saved her coin. H 'Ave, sh lt t I $ ' ''''' ' ' 'le& ) ..., ,, .: 4
as op. cos e on y 900,..The ",,
collect
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... , ed a& sent. in their be- othy ,Kilgallen wearing a sack several million $ ..'. Red Skelton's exhibition of Sir Winston Church- ,'' ''
0 ALEIKAN AND GINGER half in a crimin I
,f a orneeeding dress, as a, gag, On "What'sr My touching, story in Redbook; The ill's paintings at the Museum of '',i ,' ' 0 ''
they should have reported It ay Line?", Verree funnee ..'. JazZ re- words get paatlhe eves and reaea Art' ,,,,. "The New Yorker fnag 'd ' r .'
hies of "Gin er eesonal inc p
ras struck by the contrast in the philosop g p om , ceieing the highbrow treatment in the heart '.... The pageantry and ex- voting several thousand words : ,' .''' '.''' '' ' ' '- ''''' ''. '''''' A- ''' ';'''
all" (Mail Box, April 17) and Assemblytnan Alfredo Ale- Shortly after this notice arrived, Harper's mag. Explains its origin, eitement of the pireee a,t, med, sr,. explaining why Sid Caesar is fuir- ; ,
!. which happened, to be published on the same day. the union'e speretarv, treasurer, function,'" significance ,and o 1 1 Garden. Woriderful for kids and nY We can give the same expla- ',,'',;.- .,
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r Know All,' who afpears te be a simple man with no Louis Goldblatt, wrote to all locals that jazz .;; 'the Debra'Paget-Diy- mskes',Erownuns feel-like kids a nation-in 4 words:- Ha makes peo-' '' '',. '; - -, '- 's ' ' ''
:nous influence in tile country, takes wise note of the that the union would fieht the id Street marriage' withering after gain ...DemoeracY Making the ar- pie laugh ;:.,' Mamie Van Doren. .' ' I ' '' ' '' '
being ntade by many Gringos (and many of the More ruling. 'The, story of. this fight one long month. We didn't think 1167 Safe- for Elvis preYley; 'In' the Ilhamming across sarocknrolla in,' 4(J , .-
,ened PallaMallialle, for that matter) to enrichen, pana- betweee twee. plui romnime end it would last that long ...The UP's Army, thp only big shots are part ll'e "Teacher's Pet" movie. She I ' ,,, ,
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developing the land. They apply 'a combination of hard the Treasury Dept. has lust be- thrilling news: "Cancer -,' experts of the artillery.... ... . really liounces .'.. Iltitish critic Iv-' ''
knowhow and 'fattened to, the resPonsive 'soil; and- the gun seeping into rutinPI"' labor declared today that US. scientists -' ',1 --- .... -......., ., ,-.1- - or Brown's obserystion:". "Of '' ell
mut production -adds PerManentiY to the natural wepath circles' which bad been too: busY are nearing a break-through on Russia's propaganda victories. the underground workers, the psy- '' 1 i , , CIENTISTS n TICHNICIIANS k 4
country. The key factor is the hard work. ,' -' ,l13 ra511.higton t? keen ,'011rn,lf treatml a of c,ancer with drugs." They cannot he ,citsually dismiss-4 choanaly,st epes flown deepest and! ,':,-.
M011et ; '' '' '.'
!man, who as a prominent and wealthy politician holds et t e life and times', of, Brother - ........... , :. ed., If the Soviet wins the Bqttle of canes up drrtiest.!' .,,,, , za
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,ion of great influence in tile countrY, adoPts the :philoso- Bridges. : , - ., ., Critic Walter,' kerr .reporting: the Mind -everythibg 'will be lost '
44Gimme., believe his words were "greater Panamanian ; (But WM theY are etcited ,ty 'I 'The, Broken Jut is; to put your Pedro Martin's interview with REP'S GET RUBBER .. :',, ,' I ;
pation in the benefits of the Canal," or something to that The cas,e.,' They're worried- about minds at -rest immediately, a play Mrs. Bing Crosby in the Sateve- ' ' '' "' I ' '' '' ''- n'-' '
For benefits, read moneY- BUt where is Aleman's offer the nrecendant if Bridges los- about a broken jug!), (Oh) -Mar- nost -.Quite a girt.- Bing certaiely ., RIIALA. LUMPUR," Malaya
ter particiPation in the hard. work and knowilew 'InVolor es. This could cost scores of la tha, Graham's taiented torso-toss- has something to sing about...The (12)-rThe Soviet. freighter Ada- .., 1 ;., fk talleillen-Ltemet tembining !. .,,,. ; , .
- bor leadere hundrede trend of th '
,of t h 0 u. ers at the. Adelphi !.. The new Co- e hmes. One movie ,rnag demik,,Krilov loaded' 3,000 -tons of ,;Lt -' .. ilukiketior Role canonic on w th. e.
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generating this money? Not a werd. ,' '' '''' sand
anger Know All" could carry his observattons a stage s of dollars if they can get Itombia album of earlY ,Gershwin devotes half tif Its Spaee to '' to rubber 4 todayr,,', thr :first shin. ., ,' : ,, 'km!. valuable tedinitelfeekent ""'-'
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r by asking Who does the most lor the Poor, people of II.,,till., . ,.' ,,i ners. For example,"Someone to Westerne '.....Time 'me. reeordine !nett of .' Malayan ',rubber o'n o'ni
i o'ni the Gringos who go, farMing or otherwise develoPt,ng Ine McClellan Committee, for ei. Watch Over 'Me" and "Do, Do; the Desilu StieeeSS story. TheY pre signed :to' Moscow -. , ., ,; ' .-
iterior, creating jobs and increasing the countrY's food amide. charged PI Itgi interim Do Musical music Th new tv duce 27 tv. ho ri a '
port that h d d f 1. .' ' '''' e s ws ,J., n y Chile The freighter.;will pick up add- -..:, ..', ihs hieh-effkienty lens lee color : n '
, ' '- end black 'end white. Schmid? 7'.5 ::; ' ' 4
:don, or Aleman who" exPresses his' cotmtry's national as- .., .0..a 00 re .8 0 thOUSallets qtlitZeil: "Wingo,' -Tinge" and han's ctipidoodling 'with Rio's, eii tional rubber:in Singapore before ,,- ,---- '- )(emote, f :2;11f00 him .,' r -....-,... ;
ins as a combination of panhandling and blackMalling. u'
ft,pliti rs were misused by enion "Dotto." None are ,zingo ... "The lionsires. -Pitehing eurven p n d sailing -home:. While. the ,ship. has ,--,
9 re a s who drew on unio o
iere is a 'great and respected dignity in working for your , n tree. Y ong Lions flicker which offers catching ,headlines...teporter ,Har- been', in port none ef : its erelv
whether you are a country or an individual. The world aunfn 1
8 or their def.ense .in court a reminder of Nazisra-too many rison Salishurv't 'goring' on -time members -.; has gon'e; ashore. kb .. Internal ona,tellecties heals' e ---,-,.... 1 '-
es several countries comparable to PRIM in size and re-
casts. n ' ' '' ' have' for ott n ud an be
g e ... J y G3 i r s mle delunacy In New York.lt grim though the immigration, depart- , 1 ,, oh Fil ,,,,th b --we
s which enjoy gr,eat respect from the' larger' countries So d f f d ''' '
me e ense un genie s two a s rea in em o. a
literally been t t $ b ve :I) ge p d T p m g. story full
(7. , 4, m Name mil ut .'
of unhappy endings ... -ment granted permission. .', N', , 6 li I d '' 1 ' .-..,-...tit .., ." ..
. 1 44 et p en elg 14e tth re me .; ; -....ew .-
ie of their sturdy daterMitlatiOn tO stand ort Weir .own bor officias se a 1,000,000. La Quite' a apread...Bernard' Baruch's ,. : -,. ,. -,. -, ... , - ,, -,' 1(1 k4,..,,,, 4 I 1 .1
' 140. . ,,, to panel kenstenek 'amble ;---'" k
ind to support themselves- by honest work., -- , I t rn to these a royocative om ents n o co
fense funds forut e- P c in o ,u; e t ii t',,' "'-,..,...4I, ; linkmen tetp; foNtihe hrwl -.,, ,'n'n'
. .wo reasons: The nomie problems., He's one et the ,... , ,-, ...' ,,
n not sure that quite the same resPect is accorded a chuti chutiCOO
COO chutiCOO ' ' ' '' ',', ' '' z 1 ''' ; 't yVt'' ''' i with film nkroindoo, ediustoble '
, Of legal. defpnea ',I 0,4,,,rnsi few experts who is -really an au- '
itch appears to prefer to live as a mendicant. actions is not ta -d d tibl th it h b t ' 1 '
x e tic rz Ii or y on t e su jec ... i ,. ho is lhal lady with ihe green thumb! -, 1 -,- ,,
! ,( fo;Oneg mortihenk, i, ,i t .-;,,,, wwwwi
k fairness, 1 do not thirtk Aleman truly reflects Ida coun- is not a busine
, Pil oyrson se pra ', mwm.,.... I 9 ''',
ipirit. Though I have no figures, I understand,that Pane-
tore, even the $50 000' A '' I
new book: 'In God aVe Trust 1 .. -, . 4 ' : i .- ', r i, ', , ,. ',-,, :
5rOSS 4ational Product has been increasing quite notablY, cial eon
vo b k if-s-year (A- . .. ,, .. , ,, , ,. , ..
he has tn kii,s'closes that in '78, most of our , "She heti is green thumb,", people, say' enviously of the l k.,:t -,,,,,) ': I'S OrintlYincrensintsofety owns! ',.. .-.1...
kK:', '......-'''. mistokot in orerroiNI -, , --'-'" 4
Ln arOlume and value, over recent years. Thia commendable Pao huge I ru :t
of affairs is due more to the efforts of the hard-working cos'ts all awyrers, fees' and court Riunding Fathers were in their : prdener aitho always seems to have luck with her flowers ,.,
aftet, he has paid hts early 30d, .amazina ... The ,ArtnY and plants.,' Next to. a' gooddisposition and pretty ankles. ''
cers singled out by "Ginger Know All" than to the politir taxes'
, roursc The o her r ea son of Brass overseas making it taboo for It is a,' wonderful gift-for a' avoniati to have; 1. ' i
Inspired sniping of Aleman and his ilk.- '' -- ; - .. .,- hi exemplary. hIgh pettetiente bile el etheetdr -"""'""
is the fact the 'many t GIs to witness flickers starring Gi- , , , .., , :
am not saying that Pariama is or is not presently getting lice acti , P . - - -,, y -- 4 , . . .: tended te who set. 0 specie! proletthinel regsuilligitemit ,. ,.,
ons result from such 4 ha, Sophia and ,Brigitte. Ohnow- But a "green thumb"' is not a matter of luck nor is 2, ,, Pet the' intent toed meet future the hippie 01 he timiteti. '' .
,e deserveS out or the Canal oferation.''..Nor aM I saYing Mon' activitiee t ik look! - h eit iti h I h
as s r es ,and 9r ... T e r s ,coup e NV 0 At a 'secret. All it requirea is a desire for-beautiful stir. .,. ... ,,
Dan Flood Is the most sagacious congressman ever to come ganizin
g drives. .. -- won $585 421 by betting two cents roundin s and It ersistent determination to hive a lostely
the Penneylvania Turnpike. ' ', '' ''' .' ''''' ' If the B de -..' '' ' d I, k g 11 "' '
- ri es ease sets' a pre in a soccer pool. La y uc was lawn and garden. .. ,, ,I ... ,.. , . ,-t10.00 deposit is sufficient .. --r-----
do-say that ademonstrated capacity. to work- hard anct cedent, it will have at I never luckier Abrushchey in Hun. '' ' '4 ' '' ' ' ' '
gre er mi only good till. aotp, of April ,- 's., 7----"-----
,ce well will eam any country a better credit rating, and act on union
activdy than any garY I b h "11) V
ce e rating t e i era ion Nature...and a,' little technical assistance at the right
?,r respect from the rest of the world, thin a demonstrated recent law., . f th t ti I C t I'
. n a na on., n ommums Ingo,
time-will -do the rest.' ' ',' ' use our, credit Plan , .1
ity to sit and bawl for handouts. ,' ,.. , liberation means slavery a n d , ,
'et Gringos who get incensed by. what it is convenient to TRANSIT REVENUE DOWN ''6,- death .....Previewers giving Gena ' Th i h t h
, e w se ousew fe (w atever the color of hei thumb) ", , , , ,
ty 9,2 the Aleman attitude in PallaMa'S public pronmmce- NEW yoRK (UP) Pass nge'r Bowland-'a -' queen-size buildup '. realizerthat in the ,tropics she must maintain control oier , ,, .. ,- , , . s
s I 'Would recommend the PallaMallialla of Chiriqui' and revenue on New York Cit e f h rf 1 "Th Hi
y I sub or er pe ormance n e gn damaging insects.' 'She reaches ,for her telephone to' call '
sections of the Interior, who can be found doing a day-in, ways dropped $4,304,543 in a nine. Cost of Loving" movie. She click- Panama 3-1977 or Colon 1777 where PRONTO Service,' the ' , .....' , .
iut Job-of .worlifng ter their own. betterment without gly- month period ending March 31. ed in Broadway's' "Middle of the insect-control branch of 'the Agricultural Development I .'-'s Ronal col 4 '' ' '''
usive concessionaire ,
, hoot' aboiit any waterway ,except maybe the river through the Transit Authority announced Night" ... The rumble in Cuba. Corporation, wilt explain its Idly-cost montliii budget plan ' ' ' ,I. '' ,,, ' 1 '
,. to deveio ree th , ,, , , ,, for Panama and Canal -Zone : '
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U.G.S.'FIELD CREVIT z These technicians employed by the Inter tunerican Geodetic Survey
conduct leveling 4gaerations overlooking the -city of Cali, Colombia. From its headquarters In
the Canal Zone,;IAGS controls and supports a field organization spread over some- 8,000,000
tquare miles in Mexico, the Caribbean islands, Central and South America, which extends
about 0000 miles from its northernmost to' Southerruncist points. Much of the work 13 per per,
, per, 4 formed In isolated, areas. ' l- ,

'rho 1.1. S. Army Inter American
' Geodetic Survey will celebrate its
12th anniversary tomorrow.
' 'Known throughout Latin Ameri
- ca as "Service Geodesico Intera Intera,
, Intera, mericano," the U.S.-'Army Inter
American Geodetic Survey is a
separate subordinate command of
the U.S.. Army Caribbean, with
'headquarters located at Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. IAGS was activated in 1946
by the Caribbean Command'as a
result of a Joint Chiefs of Staff
'''' directive-, fOr the express pa pa.,
., pa., pose of executing a mapping pre pregrant.'
grant.' pregrant.' in Central and South, Ame Ame,
, Ame, MI and the'
As the program has develop developed
ed developed the IAGS is prisently Calla.:
berating with ell the American
'republics except Argentine, Pa-.
- raguay 'and Uruguay under di
plomatic agreements negotiated
Irt the U.S. Department of State.
s'Agreemsnts have -been, conduct-.
' ed with 'Great Britain, France
and t-ths,4' Netherlands covering
' their Latin' American posses posses'
' posses' IAGS is an Army- organization,
administered by engineer officers;
, however, most of its-technical peril
sonnel ,are civilians., Attached to'
IAGS as supporting elements are
1 tile 937th Engineer Company (A-,
r viation), which flies and maintains
20 helicopters ind: 28 fixed-wing
aircrait in support of field map mapping',
ping', mapping', Orations; and the 0. 551st
Engineer Company Survey Base,
: presently, engaged iq the sC
complishment of field' Surveya in
, the, Republic ofcPanama, and the
. 'Canal Zone. -,
! From its Fort "tlaYton-, head head,
, head, quarters, JAGS controls, and sup.
ports its field projects in 17 Latin
f Amritan 4countries, covering an
operational area of some eight
million square miles and extending
41 about 6,000 linear miles from its
.1 most northerly to southerly
1 points. ,
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s'Aortements havai -been, conduct-. ing,,,, 1,,,,,,,It, k,., ,..
' aid with 'Great Britain, France To furthoW assist the cooperat
0..and t-the,4' Netherlands 0 severing ing" governmenti in building
- their Latin' American posses- up efficiem mapping agencies,
''' sions. It. '- '-', ..' A" the IAGS 4operates a cartegra"
' IAGS is an Army- organization, phis school at its Canal Zone,
administered by engineer officers; headquariers which provides spe.,
, hoWever, most of its-technical per, cialist-type' training in the vari,
.1 sonnel ,are civilians, Attached to tout phases of mapping. Short
a, IAGS as supporting eldments are cceurses of 12 to 18 weeks dura.
f the 937th Engineer Company (A- flan are offered in geodetic
-viation) which ffies-and maintains and supplemental centroli astre-k
f' .
t 20 helicopters and: 28 fixed-wing nomy, : cartographic. t't drafting
aircrait in support of field map- and scribing,. computing,' field
ping., Orations; 'r and the 0. 551st ', classification- and phetegramme
; Engineer Company Survey Base, try, 'with -all instruction being
;presentlyr engaged ht .. the ac, presented in ,Spanish by a staff
complishment of field' Surveys in of bilingual cartographers utiliu utiliu;
; utiliu; the Republic of,,Panamm and the Ins, surveying and cartographic
; 'Canal' Zone. -..., ,, -., ; -,. instruments et the most modern
! -, From ,Its Fort "tlaYton-, i head- design.- - -, ', -, ,, ,,,,'
-, quarters, JAGS controls, and sup. Students are rcoMmended for
i, ports its field projects in 17 Latin this training by the collaborating
f Amdritan 'countries, covering an mapping- agencies, subject to ap ap!
! ap! operitional area of some ', eight proval of ,the local representative
1 million square miles and extending of the International Cooperation
4 about 6,000 linear plies from its Administration (Point IV),, Trans
.1. most northerly to s o u t,it eily portation to and from the achool,
, points. ..,' -I ,- , '., i '.''' and subsistence costa --during the
i k ,' ''. , 2, ,, course are paid, in most ,cases,
I. Field organizations in each coun,t by theIC.A., but may be paid
i try nprmally consist of an officer by the ,countries themselves.). In
,, in charge and an administrative of- addition to this classroom instruc instruc'ficer
'ficer instruc'ficer or, NCO, a supply NCO,, from tin,- a translation and copy pre preone
one preone to eight civilian -cartographic paraticin unit of the. Cartographic
engineers (depending on the mag- School is -engeged in a program
nitude 'of the local .program); an of translating into Spanish pertin.
automobile s.mechamc and neces- ent technical 'manilas which will
eery supporting personnel. Addl. be reproduced and disseminated

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tionallyod 'those projects where
operations tan be appreciably ex expedited
pedited expedited by the utilization of air aircraftpilts,
craftpilts, aircraftpilts, Mechanics and air.
craft ot the 937th Engineer Conf.
pany (Aviation) are assigned.
IAGS fulfills the commitments
of the 'United States to provide
material assistance to the colla collaborating
borating collaborating nations by, the loan' of,
equipment, the furmshing of tech technicat
nicat technicat personnel in conducting and
advisory capacities, the training
of national personnel and the ac actual
tual actual accomplishment of those car.
tographit operations which are pre
sentir beyond the Capabilities of
the nations concerned. How'ever,
most of the work is tictually. per performed
formed performed by personnel of the colla collaborating
borating collaborating mapping agencies, with
IAGS civilian' engineers supervis,
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to the collaborating agencies ; of
Latin America.
', Approximately' 90 Latin Amer'.
can students receive intensive
training in- specialized subjects
each year. Latest tests of the
effectiveness the school show that
of the personnel yained, 82, per
cent are engaged in cartographic
activities in, their home countties countties,
, countties, The immdiate benefit to be
derived froln this mapping pro program
gram program is two-fold. First, maps are
essential to the effective joint plan
ning of hemispheric .defenses. Se Second,
cond, Second, and equally important, is
the, fact that accurate maps are
the basic prerequisite of all engi engineering
neering engineering and constructiontprOjects,
the development of snatural -,', re resources,
sources, resources, and in essence, are ac actually
tually actually the foundation 'upon which
a nation's economy is expanded.
Still other ,benefits of long-range
scientific significance k include
knowledge of ,thc size and shaPe
of the earth its magnetic decli declinations
nations declinations and grayimetria anoma.
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in acklition to its' impressive;
technical accomplishments, .IAGS
has established a substantial re reservoir
servoir reservoir of goodwill in al countries
in which it is operating having
weathered many politicat'disturb-H
ances during ',the 11 years
its existence and still retained its
favorable position with each new
government. ,This prestige, is not
unearned. It is the result of a
strict IAGS oplicy which demands
that its ,personnel consider them.
selves as guests of the-host coun countries
tries countries and ao conduct themselves
that 'they, reflect credit on the
Unitee States ;of ,America which
they, represent.. ,

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'A commemoratimp service
honor of the new West Indian Fed Federation
eration Federation will be held Tuesday night
at the Trinity Methodist Church in
Colon.
- The Rev.-Victer 1. Watson, pas.
tor, has arranged a program
for .the occasion, which will fea feature
ture feature .sonie of the leading commu community'figures.
nity'figures. community'figures. 4
Listed to take part on the ape.
daily arranged progrdmmi a r e
the (British Consul to Colon,' Sid Sidney
ney Sidney S. Simmons; Colon Gov. Jose
Maria Gonzalezi, Mayor Jose Ma Maria
ria Maria lives, Jose Bazan, acting
President of the National Atsemb Atsembly;
ly; Atsembly; Norman C.-Brown. !resident
of British West Indian Welfare As Association;
sociation; Association; Hector Connor, vice
president of Colon Municipal Coun
cil, Ramon Mendez, former acting
governor of Colon and a represen representative
tative representative of "Arnica de la Caridad."
The Trinity Methodist choir, un under
der under direction of Charles Wareham,
brganist-ehoirmaster, will render
nrisical Items. The Rev. Watson,
will preside as ,chairman.

All. arrangements have been
completed for the Club Altamira
picnic to San Carlos tomorrow.
Tickets will continue to be' sold
until late in this afternoon at the
French Society ball in this city..
The trip to San Carlos is slated
to get underway at 7 o'clock m
order that the picnicers may ar arrbre
rbre arrbre at the town :
Music ,will be furnished by Wil Willie
lie Willie Morrison and his "super or orchestra."
chestra." orchestra."

ANNOUNCE PURCHASE
LOS ANGELES (UP)---La Motte
T, Cohu, president of Cohu Elec Electronics
tronics Electronics Inc., today announced a agreement
greement agreement on the purchase of the
Massa ,Laboratories 01-B03,
tort t

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all the comfort you cotad amk for. By day, it can be :
i; converted to,aphalse,Longue couch by adjusting ,,
tha base; Anct of cours' e, if you Want .to, yen can ;:
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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Service

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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the American Society for 1958-5g are left to right: L. Gmner; treasurer; J: J. Plata, member; W .C. Schmitt, vice pres president;
ident; president; MyrOn Fisher, secretary; T. E. Oglesby; member;ft. A. Dehlinger; presi dent; Elton Todd, member; Pata Sidebotham, member; Joseph Harrington,
member. Dr. Frank Raymond who is also a member is not present in the ph otograph. , , , ,

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DICK FREEMAN Of Washington,
D.C., is another top player who is
still well on the younger side of p.
He took a full 10 seconds, which
for Iiim is prolonged study, be before
fore before playing to trick one., Then he
went up With dummy's. ace .of dia diamonds
monds diamonds led a heart and finessed
his queen.
When that card beld be 'played
the ace of clubs and a low club
and, finessed dummy's nine. From
then on the hand was easy. He took
the kini of clubs; finessed hearts
a and one club and NVOUnd up with
three hearts,' four clubs, and the
other two aces for the needed nine
tricks. The king of diamonds sup supplied
plied supplied an overtrick.
,Why ,did Dick play the band that
way? ,No, he had not seen the East
and West cards; He simplrgove
it the tight technical play. ,',
(; He nEeded seven tricks in hearta
Ind clubs. If he could get three in
hearts he would only need four in
clubs. Hence,,, he tried the heart fi:
nesse lirst. ;,When it worked he
needed. iciur club tricks' only,. The
way he played the clubs was a
safety play designed to,ensure four
club tricks only ,The way he play,
ed the- clubs was a fety play de designed
signed designed to ensure folk club tricks.
If clulA broke three two he had no
problem. If West showed out 'On
the second club lead he would gave
gone up with 'dummy's king end
led the third club from dummy'.
If the heart finesse had lost
Diclu would have, played for five
club tricks by the normal method
of finessing against East7

What if East held the club qu4en
, and West the heart king and West
had-clucked the first hearV lead?
Dick, would have lost the, hand
whereas simple play would lave
made it. Dtck was ,willing to pay
off to that fine defense but he did
not, expect it ,

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and able there is a teed chance
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West and Nodh pass and East
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TAKE OWN LIVES.
- '
SEIKAWA, Japan-M11)--Three
teen-age high'school boys commit committed
ted committed triple suicide in a remote
valley in the northern moimtains
of Japan apparently because the
parents of one of the boys bad
died, police repo ed tyxlay,
They said Ityuicht Nozawa, 18,
Yasuo Yokoyama, 19, and Yosh Yoshibiko
ibiko Yoshibiko Sato, missing since Feb. 21,
drank a bottle of thisky before
taking their.lives. Exact cause o:
death was not immediately deter determined,
mined, determined, polite said-

COMET TRES TAPE MIAMI
STOPS POLKA, SAND ,
,,MADISON, Wis. (UP)The
dean of men at the University of
Wisconsin ordered a polka band
to stop playing near the tampus
fraternity row last night, for
fear it would touch off another
water battle. Dean of Men Leroy
Luberg issued the order, he said,
in Niew of the previous
water fracas Anvolving several
thousand students.' That w a ter
battle lsted three hours. Six stu
dents were arrested and the
school,announced, disciplinary ac action
tion action would be taken against them.

, By ERSKINE:JOHNSON ;
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. HOLLYWOOD (NEA)L0n-stage,
Offstage and Upstage: There were
bigger ,blushers for television 'on
Hollywood's Oscar telecast -than
the little old jibes at TV you heard
being tossed around by the mas masters
ters masters of ceremonies. ,1 ",.'' ;
, There vias Red Buttons,' the co comedian
median comedian TV said was "washed til:lit'
winning for the best Male support supporting
ing supporting performance of the year as Air.
man Joe Kelly in Sayonara. Ev Everyone,
eryone, Everyone, I guess, knows about- Red.
' There was the blonde girl with
the tears in her eyes -- but I don't
believe you know all about her.
She had played opposite Dick
Powell in one of his early ,,Four
Star Theater telefilms. She gave
such a great dramatic perfor perforManee
Manee perforManee that Dick immediately cast
her in a SeCOnd and then a I third
alio. ,, ' ' ''''
- After the' third show, Dick went
to his Tv sponsor and said:
Look,-, this girl is so great 'I've
should put -her under contract. Da David
vid David Niven, Charles Boyer -and I
will. star in shows with her, We'll
give her ,a publicity build-up, kecp
her working and I believe the pub pub1
1 pub1 lic will discover her as a bright
new star." , ; ,'," i ",',
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"Is law, I want different faces eve every
ry every week. rm not in the business
of building stars. rm in the busi busines,
nes, busines, of selling. a pfoduct.9.
So 'the girl BEST 'ACTRESS
OF THE YEAR Joanne Woodward
became a movie star-- and it's
a great example for all on the dif difference
ference difference between teleVision and mo
tion pictures.
JAYNE MANSFIELD', next for
Fox, "The Sheriff. of Fractured
Jaw," fractures quite a few cel celluloid
luloid celluloid western traditions in its use
of Fox money frozen in Europe.
An English company will film the
story about Texas, mitten by a
Canadian, on location in Spain!
WELL, anyway, Jayne plays- a
dance hall girl and at least SHE's
from Texas. 4

, Fess Parker has been talking
up a role !or himself in the film
version of ,"Andersonville,'! but he

L TrideEnquiNesp-David M.Sassol Nip Ltda.,
Calla IA, No. 17, Apartado 242, Panama

isn't sure about the character he'd
like to play. "I haven't finished
the book,", he grins; "I started it
a yeall ago but I'm a slovrreader."

THERE'S' AN "ELVIS. pRES pRESLEY"
LEY" pRESLEY" craze in Tokyo, too, with
teen-age fans :screaming and with
some Japanese dolls even throw throwing
ing throwing some of their apparel on thea theater
ter theater stages. Mut oil the excitement
is about a Japanese lad wtth nerv nervous
ous nervous hips and long hair,',warbling
"Hound Dog" Ind Tailhouse Rock'
in a carbon Copy impersonation of
Mr. Wiggle Hips.
Entertainment coluninist Al Riel
ketts of the Pacific edition of Stars
and Stripes, in Hollywood for a vi vi,sit,
,sit, vi,sit, tipped me off to the slant-eyed
"Elvis" whe it collecting $750 for
every theater appearance-
'Other Tokyo show business notes
:A "The Spirit of St. Louis," a flop

In the U.S., was a big hit tn Japan
with Al's explanation: "The Japa.
nese are a methodical race and I
guess the idea of Lindbergh sitting
in the cockpit of his plane doing
nothinf for so long appealed to

:Matinee' idol of Japan, says M
is Curt Jurgens in "The Enemy
Below," because dan the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese women say, 'he has a depend dependable
able dependable neck.' But it has nothing to
do with necking. A "dependable
neck" to a Japanese doll means a
dependable man-. a man they cam

HOLLYWOODITES Are Talking
' "Faris By, Night" definitely set
as a co-starrer for Brigitte Bar.
dot and Frank Sinatra. I'd like to
be around when those two get to,.
gether ... Hollywood grabbing the
lion's share of the TV commer.
cial filming business away from
New York. fifteen million dollars
will be spent on Tv commerdal
making in movietown this yearh.
Shirley Temple's renewed littered
in movie-malting. She'd like to
make a theater movie comeback,

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valley in the northern 'motmtains '' :for -perfect. comfort : night' And day. VI.... ..-,--dr. 4, !., ,.. :,:- .,. '-'.',,... -..,-. -,. .. -..
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Yasuo Yokoyama, 19, and Ysh- , all the comfort you cotad ask for. By da,y it caU be ,. ' ,
ihiko Sato, missing since Feb. 21; i., -, ; , i :. , : : . ' r ,..z..,11-4k,o, i -
I drank a. bottle of Ivhisky before ' ; '' 1 : Qonverted to a Chaise Lon' gue 'couch by adjustina. '
taking their lives. ,Exact cause 0: : ',, ,. , , , i ;,,. ., , , ,.-- 7 ; ,: ',. .. ir i. Nir, ..-6.;---14.1.z. :, ., ;..,
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No tea bag mess Ne water to boil I
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SWITCH---touthe first time in seven years, the ?Pt 'show
'Dragnet" 'will star an actUal Participant in criniinal
Mrs. Mari Bigler, a nurse's aide at Hollywood's Good Samaritan
linaPitalt will OW berselt in a courtroom drama called:47ns
Big Eyes." Above, Mrs. rigler is being rehearsed by Director
4acit Webb, L-

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fragrant talcure you can buy. At the same
, time it is lastiigly deodrant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. Yes,'-magical C-8 ,fliexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the skin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
,:,and relieves heat rashes and other skin
, irritations. Wonderful for baby arid every every'
' every' one. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.

- ,,srECIALTY.,---L
' Yl:Nne THE BEST RECIPES

144 onekriows how to prepare ravioli like the Italians!'
Therefore our CHEF, BOY-AIVREE chef chose a teal
Italian recipe to prepare this delkious dish!
'ut gorid recipe alone is not enough one also must
use ingredients of the ,highest quality, Chef BoyAr-Dee'r
ravioli la made Magnitkent tender triett and a sauce
, of ;mime; and other high quality ingredients. The re
suit? tasty dish that fan be prepared in Minutes and
wilt delight everybOdy.
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- BRMSH AMBASSADOR AND LADE VENDERSON ENTERTAIN
AT COCKTAILS FOR RIOIONAL INFORMATION owncta owncta,
, owncta,
- The British Ambassador and Lady Henderson wen hosts
-to-members of the press at a cocktail party at the Beitish
Embassy last evening in honor of Lieut. -pomander IP. C
, Bishop, Regional Information officer.

.
Gerq and Mrs. Harold Entertain
For Gen And Mrs.
' Major General l'aemas L. Ho.
rold, commanding General- V. S.
Army Caribbean, and Mrs. Har
rold entertained at their Fort A A4
4 A4 mataor quarters at a buffet dinner
on Thursday evening in honor of
the Commander-inAllet et the
Caribbean Command Lt. General
Riagiey Gaither and ivirs. Gaith Gaither,
er, Gaither, There were apPrexiMately 50
guests. ,
- Kobba Officers' Wives
Hold "Moving Day" Luncheon
The cleverly appointed, dining
room of the Fort Kobbe Officers
Open Mess offered an atmosphere
of wistful cheer for members of
' the Kobbe Officers' Wives Club
who gathered there Thursday for
the group's monthly luncheon meet
L ing. Highlighting decorations for
WI "Moving Day" Iheme was a
, map of the United Ste.es which
symbols of stateside- Army com commands
mands commands and the posh to which ma many
ny many of the club mbmbers soon will
be transferred were placed. Grac Gracing
ing Gracing the bead table was a minia miniature
ture miniature moving van, carrying out the
, During the luncheon, Mrs. Mil Milton
ton Milton W. McLaren, Jr., Club presi presi'
' presi' dent, presented the groupts tradi traditional
tional traditional farewell symbol, a wood.1
rose, eorsage, to Mrs. Stephen
Noyes, Mrs. GeOrge Beer, Mrs.
Raymond )(night!, and Mrs. Mizel

johnson, whi will leave Fort Kob.
ho in the near Inture. She also wet wetcorned
corned wetcorned Mrs. Jame Hagen and
Mrs. R. J. Morgenstern as new
members of the group. The club
elected to follow up its successful
I'Despedida" foray into the field ot
social activity by- sponsoring a
'bigger and better' Happy Hour'
at the Kobbe Club 00 May 16. Mrs.
Robert W. Garrett, honorary pres president
ident president of the Club, wiU head the
decorating committee for this Juno
tion which will feature a Hawaiian
atmosphere and half-price drinks.
Three silver ashtrays were giv given
en given as door prizes to Mrs. Donald
E. Clark, Mrs. McLaren and Mrs.
Beer, Mrs. Elbertlf. Eller attend attended
ed attended as the guest of Mrs. P.D. 1711,.
hang. Hostesses for the OCC8SiOP
were Mrs. James AT. Boyle, Mrs.
Frank U. Greer and Mrs. John g,
Fort Gulick NCO Wives
Montly Social
'The Fort Gulick NCO Wives'
Club held their April monthly so soda
da soda in the ballroom of the Fort
Gulick', NCO Open Mess. The ;).,
clot consisted of ten games of bin

Lovely prizes were won by
Mesdames Anne Wilson- Florence
Wham, Viola Him. Betty Vail Vaillake.
lake. Vaillake. Intagard Morrison, Terry
Trask, Louise Wilcox, Francis Gil Gilbert,
bert, Gilbert, Isabel Santos, Martie Sauk

ers, Beverly Robertson, Dottie Fos
ter and Anne Solis.
()then present were MesdaMel
Nora Perry, Audrey Barsi, Flo
Henning, France, Berger, Laraine
Dustin, Ruth Criss, Betty Town Townsend,
send, Townsend, Fhylis Caldwell; Betty 01.,
Hagan, Kate Xi dip, Clara Hellen Hellenbaugh,
baugh, Hellenbaugh, Helen Curran, Bridle Shep..
herd, Joanna Holden Nancy W WHIMS,
HIMS, WHIMS, Virginia Cra 11. Gil Bre
Irene Place, Rita omez, Hen Henay
ay Henay Robertson, and Vi Vian 11Oh 11OhThe
The 11OhThe Club was pleased to have on
extended welcome to their two
guests for the evening, Mrs. Anne
Solis and Mrs. Anne Adams.
Curondu Women 'a Club
Installs Officors
The Curundu Women's Cul) In,
stalled new officers and said fare-,
well to Mrs. Walter !Cathie, wile
of the Fort Clayton Post Command
er, who Is leaving with husband
for their new post, at their lunch luncheon
eon luncheon Wednesday in the Fern Room
of the Tivoli Guest House,
Mrs.' Killilae WAS preseUted with
a beautiful 50th anmversaryFa anmversaryFanamanisn
namanisn anmversaryFanamanisn OM to be used as
, charm, The club's past .president,
Mrs. Connie Reichart, mtroduced
the new club president, Mrs. An An,
, An, naberta,Leap who in turn intreduc intreduced
ed intreduced tci the members and guest the
new officers for the coming year:
First' vice-President, Mrs. Jean
Brady; second vice-president, Mrs.
Polly Hamilton; secretarY. Mra.
Thema Guibert; assistant -secretary,
Mrs. Lucy Saxton; treasurer,
Mrs. Melida A. Bembenek; assist.
treasurer, Mrs. Toni Raymond.
The club presented Mrs. Reich.
art with a beautiftd set-of trays ir
thanked her for the lvonderfut year
planned.
Members and Cleats attending
were: Mrs. Eva Lee, Mrs. Thei Thei'ma
'ma Thei'ma Guibert, Miss Elise Bonilla,1
ma Guibert, Miss Elsa Bonilla,
Mrs. Cecilia Metcalf, Connie Rel.-
chart, Hattie Laird, Agnes Ruzicita
Mary Robertson, Lily Blumberg,
Melida A. Bembenek, Jane Brady,
Folly Hamilton, Ruth Stocky, Bet,
ty Vallman, Sofia Bauchman end
Lucy Saxton.
AIR) Lillian Stillillan, Miriall
Simms, Toni Raymond, Beatriz
Lva Stephen, Mrs.. J. Mal Mallahan,
lahan, Mallahan, Corina Walker, Thelma
Valentine, Mari. Redding, R 0 so
Martin, Liz Benson, Annaberta
Lean, Jo Merrell, Harriet T,
Winkle, Lorraine Zent. Betty Ahel.
field, Glork Brown, Shirley
Donald, Grace A3urrows, Caroline
Brown and Ceti, DaY-

Each notice for Inclusion In this
column should be submitted m,
twee-written form end mailed es
the box number listed daily in 'So,
;MI and Otherwise,"-or delivered
by hand to the office. Neticol of
meetings cannot be accepted bi
telephone.

Paraiso Civil Defense
Will Mist Monday
A 'meeting of the Paraiso
Defense Volunteer Corps will he
beld Monday the School at V30 p.
m. First ,aid classes will be COn
ducted by William H. Gordon, Civ,
De.ense Instructor. ,
All members of the Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps are urged to at attend
tend attend the Meeting and the generial
public is invited., -
'Esther arc!'
Balboa Union Church
The Esther Circle' of the Balbos
Union Church will meet Monday,
at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Roger
Collinge,' 5283 Morrison Street, Di.
ablo Heights., Mrs. George, Thibo Thibodeau
deau Thibodeau will be co-hostess. Mrs; Clyde
LaClair will be the speaker and
devotions will be given by Mrs,
Collinge.

House Probers,'
Laud Court Ruling
On Miami TV Case

WASHINGTON. (UP) House
investigators today commended a
court ruling which returned a con controversial
troversial controversial Miami television ease
to the Federal Communications
Commission for- a full-dress re review
view review of charges' "influence"
ewaYed the FCC's original award.
Rep. Oren Harris (D-ArkL
chairm'an of House commerce
subcommittee that investigated
the award of Trammel 10, and
Rep. John B. Bennett (R-Mich.).
a aubcommittee member, agreeel
the Court' of Appeals here acted
properly. ,
The court Thursday granted the
FCC's IVarch 13 request to recon reconsider
sider reconsider 'tho ease in light of "signal "signalcant
cant "signalcant new information" turned up
by the subcommittee.
In urging the court action, the
FCC noted charges that former
Commissioner Richard A. Mack,
who quit under fire,, let money
and friends sway his vote. It said
there was reason to believe Mack
should have disqualified himself.

1' 1 ;.:::... 1,-, ', "' : PLAN -FEWER ATOMIC PLANTS
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. LONDON (UP) Britain will
IIESItt
i ,,,..A, 4., 'ts expensive nuclear pow.
- i er program ind concentrate on
InstaPt1C3 ' cheaPer coal.fired power stations
.,41 1 ,,,,,,, ,1,,,,, ,, Ifr...H;-' ,.; .- I .. 1 for the next year..',..A, government
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kidemd To ; ,----z white paper,, outlining capital in.
' 4,:, ,,................. vestment in the electricity, coal
Gurenited by liturtarindusttle3,- said- there
1,1180106,,,e1 -z ,- higher proportion of projected
flower stations would be coal
,
......... fired.

Door To Treasure
In Deltas Believed
Blocked By Rock

DALLAS, Tex.' (UP)--- Eugenio
Gaytan, 77, and his sons today at attacked
tacked attacked the rock slab believed to
be plugging the entrance :to a
large Spanish treaaara wider their
frame house-
Usuing a borrowed pneumatic
hammer, they deepened the cav cavern
ern cavern under a bedroom, in Gaytap's
live,room llouse to nearly 26 feet
ThursdaY and, uncovered rock
markings said to 'be a "cross"
and a "face ot Christ."
Miguel Rodriguez, a 56-year-old
amateur.treastire hurter from Del
Rio, Tex., said the two rocks they
drilled through Thursday.' were
false doors" two-and-a-half or
'three feet thick.
He said the rock thly hoped to
shatter today was the real door
whicit.would lead to a staircase
and tunnel-Where they would find
gold buried by, an aide of the ex explorer
plorer explorer 'Hornando de Soto 11,1541.
Rodrigues, who says he atudied.
archeology 'at the University of
Chihuahua in Wiesen, -has direct direct,,the
,,the direct,,the diggers hy symbols which
he lelaimed io have deciphered
troth rocks. -
,A Dallas amateur treasure hunt hunter,
er, hunter, Wi J, Padgett, Toyed lin'elec lin'electronic
tronic lin'electronic metal-detecting ga d g e t,
called a detectron, around be
bac k yard last,, night, r e g gistered
istered gistered a strong reaction bear the
northeast corner of the house,
said Padgett. ,'

111.00.:Po.lses:;::::!:
Yu Oiislov..:Dtan.d
01':Conitiltinisni;.

Life Believed,- --
Created ,In'Test,'
TubeAtFSU,'-'
,
'SAN FRANCISCO afF)-,--;. Man
may be well on the ,way to creat creating
ing creating Wein a test tubeif be -has
not done SO SITeadY,
Three scientists from rlorida
State Uhiversity reported On -OS
periments that have led to the
Production of a substance "per "perhaps
haps "perhaps almost identical with the
fitst or early materials' of this
type to appear on earth."
The scientists called it "proten.
old,"( which they, said wet !'filUg !'filUggestive',
gestive', !'filUggestive', of the proteins -found in
living cells, ihit. they refuaed tO
call it protein outright.
The researchere were Sidney W.
Foxi-k Dore Harade. and Allen
Vegotsky. Their report wee pre,
seated: yesterditY to-the American
,Chemical Society. )
They were corefut net to claim
they had created life test,
tube. They said: they believed
they had' "duplcated the' diem
cal steps that led:to the creation
of the first lilting Inatter.",,
Their work IneY give 4 signifV,
cant clue as o how lite 'was
evolved, ork earth oOns age,

BELGRADE, April 19 1.1P)-- home a Hawaiian lien..t
Presidente Tito opened the first
working session of the new par NEW yoRK rowg
Bement todav with Praise for the- erty, on helnunulind
Yueoslavian brand of communism. big perch among the 1
Tito devoted a 90 w minute Manhattan blab
speech to a review, of the work East giver and asked v
of the executive council, which it:
teads, in the past four years. ""Because it's My 101
If He said that the four years I'm an inspector in th
"completely "congolidated" the ment of 7111311C Works 1
changeg in countrys social gys to look over the steel
tem which be listed as workers ThUrsdaYti's'
self-management An4,- decentral
gallon of stake affairs. cHeck.up poR
Parliament recessed after t e NEW ORLgANS stDi
first Tart of his speech and was Claire Chennault, 'of
to bear the 'important sections fame'was Undergoing 1
On Foreign relations later in the at the Osehsner Pun
day. today, Otiennatilt,,who
The' session will also elect Tito the Civil.Air Transport
to his third foul...year tern' as Formosa,11,undergaing
President of the Bepublic. far lung cancer.

'CHICAGO Evangelist'S Illy
Graham, when asked il.he would
say,San Francisco is the sinning sinningest
est sinningest city: .v ,,,
I wouldn't. Allthe cities
have got Sill.' Oil minister wrote
me, however, that 'San Francisco
WAS city that had lost its soul,"

BolLywoop Bind leader
Bob Crosby, after the Internal
Revenue Service filed a $40,72
tak lien against bis $001,000. HOp0-
lulu home:
. 4', guess you can call my island
home a Hawaiian lien-to.
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NEW you rownr 3: ilag ilagorty,
orty, ilagorty, on heingPulled down from
big perch among the girders of
meehetteo prifige blob above the
East AlVer MA asked why hi did
.
41Becausi it's my lob, dam' mit.
I'm an inspector in the Depart
ment of 711blie Works and have
to look over the steel work el)try
norsday,"N ,' 1

CHECK-UP FOR CHENNAULT
NEW ORtigANS AM')
Claire Chennault, .of Flying Tiger
fame'was undergoing a eheeltAup
at the Osehsner Foundation Isere
today, Chepnault,,,whe now heads
the Civil.Air Transport Serviett On
Formosa, ,undergoing treatment'
lintet manner 0.

nstituto

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' For better inforrnation ,"Carloe A, Mendoza School
- :11-44, 12th Street,'
Phone '3-6236 Pna. BOX 2025 PaParria

Offers you a new opportunity Spanisl
i classes exclsively for native spealters of
English.

1r you want a friend to fill in
at a bridge party tor a guest who
cannot come, explain the 51114.
tion when you invi..e her.
That la much better than hop hopPio
Pio hopPio 1 she won't thid out that the
other guests were asked be-tore
shel was and that she is merely
t, replacement.

5:c(cf:ry (cr.!
In Soxt1:1
Avicre::1 D:7,1:1;ts

' 'ATLANTA (VP)--An allmale
jury awerded 00,000 demagea
yesterdaY to a middle-aged secre secretary
tary secretary who, said a wealthy doctor
kept her in sexual "bondage" for
16 years .with promises ot mar
riage
The jury found in favor of Pion,
ence 11.. Patterson of Gainesville,
Ga,,' who had sued Dr, Clyde ,-14.
Crawford, 53. for 0,200 000, chart.
ing breech e, promise.
The ettractive plaintift said she'
went to work 'for Dr. Crawford in
1937 as office manager and secre
tary and stayed at the job until
-l'on many occasions," Mfss
terson'a atilt seld, she had sexlig
intercourse with the doctor be because
cause because 'of her "extreme love" for

She said Crawford bought, her
gifts, provided her an apartment,
end built her ilk expenstve home. 1
They repeatedly expressed their
i,
lova for each thcr, she said, and
talked of h ing two children'
alter marria e.
She continued to work fctr long
hours at' nominal pay and was
"kept in complete bondage by
the defendant becaube of his con con'
' con' Untied promises of marriage, Miss
Patterson alleged. ,
But in October 1955, she. said,
Crawford tOld her they were fin.
idled and shortly thereafter he I
married another VOMIT!, causing I
the plaintiff ,,"severe humiliation
and mortification." ',,,
, Crawtord denied her allegations,
SSYing that he had seen many
women during the time he knew
Miss Patterson and never prom promised
ised promised to marry her.' lie' said he
paid tho rent ep her apartment
is "part 'of her 14)4,11."

0,.0:!iii-OkORq',ii.c!
Foi:Adi6iiiiiiiiiiit'

WASHINGTON (IM)The
Daughters of the Aterican Revo Revolution
lution Revolution made ready to adjeurn
their 67th continental Congress
Yesterday with a flurry og truin
petk-ilags and final resolutions,
Since Mrs. Frederic A. &roves
Of Cape Girardeau, Mo., will con continue
tinue continue in her two-year term
president general, there 1,vas
eleCtiOn eampaign this year.
The following seven vire presi presidents
dents presidents genersl were elected:
Mrs. Roy 1.1., Cagle, Asheville,
N. Q.1 Mrs. John P., Clarke, Mont,
lgomery, All.; Mrs. Frank L. Hat HatRacine,
Racine, HatRacine, Wis.; Mrs. Felix Ir Irwin,
win, Irwin, Corpus Christi,. Tex.; Mrs:
Matthew White Patrick, White
Oak, S- C.; Mrs. Clarence WiCk WiCkersham
ersham WiCkersham W a c ke r, Birmingham,
Mich4 and Mrs. Allen R, Wrenn,
Washington, D.

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NATIONAL' OBSERVATOAY -,, Kitt Peak, 4n the Qtlinian
, Mountains, 40 miles southwest of Tuscon., Ari.., has been op.
' provethby the National Science Foundation' Os the site for 4 ,,
new National Astronomical Observatory. The site, at an clove,
tion of 6,875 feet,-was recommended after a three-year study
by AURA, Inc.. tfi Associatiotrof lIniversities for Research -,
- In-Astronomy.' Standing before a temporary-observing lower
ere, left to rightt Dr. ,g, ,F,'Carpenter (11. of Ariz.). Dr. Ir. K.
Edniondson (Notional Science; Foundation). Dr. J, C.! Duncan
(1.7 pf,Aris.) And Dr. 'A. B. Meinel., i -)

o'.Dufactittizdi
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60uptiniO-Partiosi':

IBERIAN, April 19 -- East Ger11
Mall and Bulgarian ,leaders todal
veiled loc, runcompremising
tight" asaingt attempts to dem.,
ocratise east guropean COmnitintst'
and governments
Leaders 01 ,Ute MP stations tn.
a communique on live day talkat
here said this ,41revisionism" was
the ,Iscoain threat the 'interne.
tional workers mOvemente''
They 'denounced dernocradration
as an attempt' to, hampor, renO,
munization of the economY, ahan,'
don collectivisation of Arms,. and
Weaken -the unity of the Soviet

The communique was signed by
East German Premier Otto 6rate
wohl,' (Bulgarian Premie Anton
Jugov, East Gertan CommuniFt
Party first secretary' Waiter
brieht and 'Bulgarian, first seere
tarp Toclor Shiykow
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FIGHT MIXED BATHING
'JERUSALEM, israeli Seetor
(UP).Police arrested .24 lyoung
orthodox Jeiva last night for
demonstrating. against : mixed
bathing of both sexes in Jeruaa,
lam. The demonstrators were
membert of the Natorei Kerte,
(guardians of the city), an es.
treme orthodox Jewish sect whieh
considers bathing by men and
women An', the,' same peal to be
sinful anti a desecration of. the
, Holy City.. Its manibers have been
arrested and fined in previous
demonstrations in. Jerusalem.
PAYS FOR BEATING
HONG KONG (UP )--2-A Chinnie
pritnarY school teacher here has
been ordered to pay a $13S fine
or go 'to prison for three. months
tor beating one of his students to
severely.
The prosecution told...the' -court
the teacher beat the student wilt
a. 'cane when the child' failed t
write hie earns on a school ex

tor beating on,
severely.
The prosecu
the teacher bo
ir.-cane when
, write his .111111
, ercise book..

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Editor Ousted- For'
RaciaL,Opinions
116turns To Campus

'STARKVILLE, Miss (UP)
Miller. dusted aa editor of.- the
MississiPPV State College campus
npwapaper becatts0-. he advocated
airing both ;ides, of the'racial js.,
sue, bad big job back
The student m re-'
instatement In a Campo; wide 'fc
electiOns Thursday, The atndent
councill which 'fired ',Miller two
WeekS age, failed to reeetve the
two-thtrds majority needed to tet tett:0'
t:0' tett:0' tts, action.
;aid be would return to
hts pint' 01 editor of the Relict. I
tor, "It jocks like about '53 per
cent 14 'the students were for
re;a11,' he said. it hart boon
more than 60 per cent think. I
wouldn't tale It," t
one of hti editorials Wupe't
van defended ihe polio, of Mill.
saps Cotlege,1 tfethodiat atm atm:ported
:ported atm:ported ;Choi Jackson.
yfhteh had ellowrd students to (
hear statements both for ond 0,
gahtst Integration,'

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NNW YOAK 111.113)--The Amer AmerIvan
Ivan AmerIvan Newspaper Publishers Assad- s
atiop today -Went 011, 11001'4 iT1 0P 0Pvosition
vosition 0Pvosition to a bill proposed by Sen. -',
William Lancer at-N.D.) that
would prohibit all alcoholic bey,.
erage advertising in IntArstalo A.
commerce., Cranston Willtitm,,
ANPA general manager, said in ;
ak letter to Sep,!Warreo ,G,- Mag Magnuson.
nuson. Magnuson. cbairmall oU the Stmlto
Commerce Committee, Met "it is
a fundamental belief of our also alsoelation
elation alsoelation that it simuld be legal,to
advertise truthfully. any product
or service it is legal te sell.", The
proposed legislation under COn COnsideration
sideration COnsideration by MaltilUSOnlil eommitt
OBTAINS ARMY CONTRACT
LOS ANGELES (UP)North
American 0,Avistion, Inc.' today
ennouncel receipt by its Rocket Rocketcdolter:ancltvifo8ircsiirgetkaetlit'nliglires.
cdolter:ancltvifo8ircsiirgetkaetlit'nliglires. Rocketcdolter:ancltvifo8ircsiirgetkaetlit'nliglires. A.rm!

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1 .,; .. laiditeirtill atreligull .,....t...,.. ...mum y
A.meeting of the Paraiso Civil 01'
ne tali lien against his $00 n 00 'HOno'- 111 nnr
111 ee , leUitt erne. ,
' COMMUIN IS -seven vrce rem rem,
, rem, ton ing I) 1
' -.1' dents genersl were elected: H
7A T a lirWit olgok I WIMP - OUVrib bilitt 141,114411,11.17,01111Y 4 LW IIF1414,3
ONG KONG (I.JP)--2-A Chinese or service it is legal te sell." Th
i ., ,,, ,-.. .. .. 7 , , ., 4 : -,.. Defense Volunteer Corps will be
''''. h,.. , .. ., held Monday the Scheol at 7'10 p. ' - - '-- '' -" "''' '
, ",1 guess vol. can !all my isi.and N. -.
Mrs.' Roy H.. Cagle,, Asheville, primarY school teacher here has proposed' legislation Is under eon- .. i
t.; ; Mrs. John P., Clarke, Mont, been ordered to pay a $135 fine sideration by Magnuson's ,commit,' '' ',
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; ' ''' CC4. ea Vitt nt. First ,aid elasses ,will be C011 BELGRADE, April :' 19 IT-1's)
, ,. ducted by William H. Gordon, Civ, Presidente home a Hawaiian lien-to.7. ., ,,,
i ; I gomery, Als.; Mrs. Frank L.' Hat- or to to prison for .threemonttfl tee, .1., ..:, ,'. xr.'.,','.,-,,:;-, ...c .1'.
(1 tr ---7,1 ,t. e Tf,r1 ris -"Racine Wis ; Mrs. Felix 1r- for eating one of his students
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- y . d De.ense Instructor... , working session of the new Par NEW rj "P" ' 4'P VP P "'. win Corpus Christi,. Tex.; Mrs. severely. : .. ,.., OBTA N RA T -.., ).
INS ARMY CO T C . ,.
1 ; R 1 All members of the Civil Defense liament todliv
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Ill , Tite opened the first
with
Velunteer Corps are urged to at- Yoonslavlan brand of rotranuntsrn. his perch
on hebtg boiled clown from ',J
t i d
pinong he 4 r ers ot LOS ANGELES (IJP)--North .'
Mattnew White,. Patrick; White The prosecution told. ithe' ,court , ,,, ., .,, :,
Oak, S- C.; Mrs. Clarence Wiek- the teacher beat the student wilt American ,, Aviation, Inc. today', ... t.
' :;- tend the meeting and the gener'al -Tito devoted a 90 ,,. minute Manhattan' Bridge high above the ersham W a c k i r, Birmingham, s' 'cane when the child' failed t announeed receipt by its Rocket- ,,,.,,,, .. !,
Pritise for. the erty,
1 '' '- '' , ,..,' , ., ,,,,,' public is invited., - .,', speech to a review of the work East AlVer Alltt asked why he. aid Mich.; and Mrs. Allen IL Wrena,, write his ,naml on a school ex- dyne-Division of a $1,111.000 Army g
, which it: : i Washington, D. C. ., .-., .,- ercise book., -,..... ... .0. -' contrAct for rocket e ngines. ,:, ',. 1
' ' of the' executive council,
' .1' 4 I ,,,J.';' ''''' ''''; '''"'" '. ''' 4 '--- '. ' ''' '' 'Esthar circle . ' 'he teads, in the past four years. 41Becausi it's MY JObt dammit. .., ,.,,., . , ,., : , .. , ,,- ,,: -,.: ',.--- ,- -, -., : : ,... , f ,, .-
' - '.:;,,,;?"';';'''ir ,. '' ' .. .- Balboa thliOn Church if He said that, the four v. ,e s r s I'm an insPector in the DePart
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1, -, iii f t '' The Esther Circle' of the Balboa ficompletely "coriolidated"' the ment of pul3lic Works and I h,ave .,. ,,.. ,,,, 7, , -- ,-,-,,' .. .. ,,,, ..,-, ,, :. . I .-.1 ,. ,.,-' ...- .,1,,-, ,- ,. -',..- i ,,,.",
,, ,, - ,.. ....i 1 I .. .-. ,-, Union Church will meet Monday, changes in countrys social' sys to look over the steel .w.. ork eve,ry .. .,., ,, :, .. : ,, j 's , ... ... ,, ..,.., ,, :, ..,, , ,.. ,,, -. ,,, : , .:. ,, ; ::.,.,.,, ,, ,
, ,,, ,',:,. '4, ; : ; r .-, --. at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Roger tem 'which he listed ati workers TilnrsdaYt"s - ; Y.'. .''. '',' ;
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,, t - -, ' '.' '. Collinge ,. '52,85 Morrison Street, Di. self-management Aeft r- decentrali- ------------.0- r . ., .
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' 4rt,-'4,- : e, ; k ''' deau will be co-hostess. 14:Clyde Parliament recessed after t b e NEW ORLEANS s(UP) Gen. ,'., ".. :',',. --. ,.., , ,, "'-.4.,,,, gu, 9'. .' .ii. 'ii:4 rIA P.4 ik ' f '1' e I
' ; '''''''', ,9'.4 ' ' LeClair will be the speaker and first 'part of -his speech and WAS Claira ChentlaUlt, e0t tlYing Tiger ,' ,. . -; ., i h,,,,4 ghi,...4 t,, C.: tir 4, ., 1, 1
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devotions will be given by Mrs. to bear the tmportent sections fame.'"was undergoing a heoltAup , J., ,. ,00p, .,.. .,i,,: ... t2,.,.4..1.',,,.I. ,itt4P( Iii, 1,4.; v,!:,,,...4-$ ,....t.;.44 -; , .,, ,,,,''. ,.,' f
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Collinge. on Foreign relations later in the at the schsner Foundation Ile e ,. , ,. ,., ,, : ,,
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President of the Republict.7
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- .- . better information "Carlo A, Menupze moi1004. .,...
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'3-6236 '-: P.D. Box 2025 Panarria .' 1 : op... .. .. .,,,,Is.,, rf. ,.te,..t:::,,,,, ,:,,,,,,.,.,x,.ter; fr,,.., ile :...... .. , i,
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,- '' mistANI-tAsr to memuJust a tura -- '. the Court' of Appeals here acted ' '
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, -.Joyfullstrengthicedtkinstentli. : .., :, The court Thursday granted the ' ' -
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,,.. sider tho ease in light of "signifi
.. .. FCC s Merch 3,3 request to recon. -1 411140.- -it.:' ;. ,. 1 !,,.. -!:;,:ra.- -----
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r REFRESHING, FULL STAINOTH FLAVOR,' . ',, cant new irtformation" turned up ,. e '. eVi'CLITICUEIATALCUIPI 1 .' --' d" ..
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., Nestee burstiwith delicious pure
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, Fclne unrogti.enog .tchhearegoeusrt action,' the , . ' .; , .. . t, 1 No onekriows how to prepare ravioli like the Italians!' ( ,,---ssi ,. l;
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Cell ftO I a Therefore 4Alt CHEF EC1Y-AR-REE chef chose s teal ,
' everytime.:Alwas Clear never : ' that former I ,, El I go
. , ., ..- .. Commissioner Richard A. Mack, 1
' Acts Ilicw tilfia41,.., 1:.. Italian ijecipe to preptire this delkious dish? : , is '1.4
', , :, cloodYI EnjoY iced Neteal ; 1,, :-.... .., who ilia under fire,. let money ., -, , , ... , , , ,, .. , , . no
,,,,, , : . and friends sway his vote. It said ;. I , . ..., .. ., ... .... 11 'But it good recipe alone is t enough one also must. , .1 I 1- i ''' ,,- ti if ,.
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I I ' :. ravioli is ma,,e with magni.icent ten t m it sa
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. Bishop, Regional Intormatiou ossiovr.... .... ,: : 1 0,,, ,,, CU UP la..? ,,41 1,0VV 1 , : .: :. ,. '. i ? .- I at a mos. party tor a guest wno .. ,.....,. ... .. ...., : .',. .:
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. .. I cannot come, explain the 'hue- : : .:1.' : '' t .
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. , ,- .-i baugh, Helen Curran, Bridle Shep- ' ... t.... , :..
, Gett, and Mrs. Harold Entertain Johnson, wit. wal leave Fort Koh. herd, Joann Holden Nancy Wil. ''. '''' :
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" '. tion when you invi.e her. !. ''. ,-' .: - ... '''' .'. :;"
- For Gen And Mrs.' lidgley Gait bs in the near Inture. She also wet.
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, 2 Major G'enerallrnomas L., liar. corned Mrs., Jame& Hagen and Irene piacet Rita omez,.: Hen- ... ,, ,,. ., .
ay Robertson, 'and Nivien Ralph, -',.,., .;..;:.:-'.,...',....,-.......'' '..,.:-""-4 e .. .. '..... other guests were, asked before '. '- .:. .i . .. .. .,
i .rold, t,ommanding General- U. S. Mrs. R. J. Mcirganstern as new i , ,. , 6
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The Club was pleased to have on ... .-, '', -..,,,::. .. ,,.. ....;.. -- she' woe and that she is merely ..,;,' '..., f ,"
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l Army Va.ribbean, and: Mrs. Har members of the group. e
extended welcome. to their : two : ....,..-.:. :. : ..- f 0 X-4 '.. ': :'' .:---..: -, '' '' 1
t rold entertained at, their Fort A- elected to. 1.?Ilow ,up its successful, .., f.
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. ,' -i mauor quarters at a buffet dinner "Despedida foray into the field of guests for the evening, Mrs. Anne ..,,....;.. .,, 4 ...,,,,..;":4 ,..-,,-.. ,.... ":"----, .-;:: ..
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Solis and Mrs.- Anne Adams. '.,.. ., .. .i, ..1 1 7 ...:.:.:6.,;, 1.. .,: ...' .'. -...'4, sx, ' -- 1
: on Thursday evening in honor of social activity -by', sponsoring .' a "!, Sretritin.lri, (Ct. .'' '.
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. the Commander-in.Lhief ot ,,, the 'bigger. and better', HAPPY 'Hour'. ..,... ....,., ,, .., ..
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' Caribbeon Command Lt. General at the Kobbe Club on May 16. Mrs. Curund4 Women's' Club' ....' i
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. Riagiey Gaither and Sirs. Gaith- Robert W. Garrett, honorary ores- installs Officers ..; '... . ...
the The Curundu Women's Citth in, ........,.., ft re shnnesineeet ,, .. .,
1 er, There were apPrOximately 5Q ident of the Club, wiu beau
teocooZnif weollinfmoiattteeoroloorealwiaTannc witeailledo newr officers and said fare., . ..,........:
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- t m 3., Walter Eehlae, wife ....,', -, ' '
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i Kohhe Officers' Wivei atmctsphere' and half-price drinks. of the Fort Clayton Pest Command
er, whe la leaving with husband w ints,10,4ne ".....:::.H..,..,;
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. Hold ,'"Moving Day", Luncheon Three silver ashtrays were My
' ... The cleverlY apPointed,- dining en as door prizes to Mrs. Donald for their new post, at their lunch- : .. .. 'ATLANTA (VP)---An all-male -,,,--
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. jury &worded -. $40,000 demagea ,. ' ,-" - '" . - -..,;- .... --,-----,,,...dh.,,,- .: ..' :.
" : room of the Fort Kobbe-Officers E. Clark, Mrs. MeLiren, and hire. eon Wednesday in the Fent Room ...
. yesterdaY to a Middle-aged seer,- .' NATIONAL; OssERVATOAy '... Kitt Peak, ilti the Qeinian '..
' ; .:. open Vesa offered all atmosphere I3eer, Mrs.. ElberhIL Eller attend- of the Tivoli Guest House, .. .... .. .', a :
l' : of wistful Cheer ior members of ed as the guest of Mrs.. P.D. thl.
' .ii17r's.'-1(1);iiia.A WAS presented with
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, ....: Dragnet" will star an octual participant lo a criwilnal 'cane. 'rt. kept her in sexual "bondage"' for .- PrM'od'bY th0 National Science foundation',01' the. site for, 4 : "."
t..''.. the Kolbe Officers' Wives : Club barn. ,Hostesses for the occasioo
li who gathered there Thursday for were Mrs. ,Jantes',411. Boyle, Mrs. al beautiful 50th anniversary-pg. ...Y.MrS. Mar Bigler,
a nurse's eide at Hollywood's Good Samaritan ..... la Years 'with promtses of mar new National-Astronomical Obsereatory.
; i .. the group's monthly luncheon meet Frank U. Greer and Mrs. John k namanion ceitt to be used as a -.. liesPital; will PlaY herself in a, 'courtroom drame call ed '4 T h e ., .S .. ri a ge .. -, .. . . I"' btiyo it. Aout ReA,8! In, fce.! tt,i,le.i, aArstseoccol on ttreio rte no.0;,e dvanfilx'e'.'erTr-hsaie.t il:hisirt'c;e0-411).t ;Boner' es esItaet:i'dcahyl.. ,,,,.: :'.., ', .....'
, Thejury..found in favor of Flor, :
i'i 1. ing. -Highlighting decOrations ', for Farrar. ,"..;... ,, .. ,...: .... .. charm., The', clUbt PaSt yresicient, ,,: --lig EYea9 AbeVe, Mrs. rigler Is-being rehearsed by Director -', t.
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i'. .... t,he ''Moving Day" theme was a -; --. .., .. Reichert. MtrOduced .,,. Jack Webb, ".,... .. ,..... . .. -.. .. , ,... e ,t; , ---..
nee IL. atterson of -Gainerijille, ., .,... In- Astronomy., Standing before $ temporary-Observing lower' ',.,.:,' ",
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' of the United Sta'es Jn which Fort Gulick NCO Wives' the new club president Mrs An
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--e a n ad sued Dr. Clydw-L. .,.. or left, twrightt Dr., ,g,' 4-, 'Carpenter (tt, of -Ati 1 D Ir 1.
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1' .' symbols -of stateside- Army '' emu Meetly social ... .. ., ,- .;- -. .,.;,. naberta,Leap who in, twm intrOdue- l.",-' .: '... 1'"; .., ''.,..''.1..: '; --,,! '2 ''' a .. '.'' :: ..1' Crawford, 53. tor 9200 000,, Chart, ;..., Edniondson (Notional Selente; Foundati n) D J C
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:. .: mends and the posts' to which ma- 'L.-The .Fort Gulick NCO Wives ed to, the members and'ilueSS,the Dor To. Treasure '-'- in- breoeh ol promise' '. fU l A i' d '
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: ny of the club mbmbers soon will Club held their ,April monthly so- new officers for the coming year: V he ett active plaintiff maid she' ....-
', : be transferred, were placed.: Grac- dal' in the, ballroom of' the Fort First -, vice-president, :!, 'Mrs. Jean '.4:.'', : .. '.... ..' ' ...': I: Create in,Test ''
'd ' ''''" ivent .to workler Dr. Crawford' in ... .. .., n.,. .. .;,' ......' .,: :.:- i ,-,-., ',. n -., ;
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ture moving van, carrying out the cial consisted of ten games thin- Poly Rami!ton1 Secretary..., Mr. ,' is :,Eclitor.Ousted- For-:,.,,
.. The m Gmbert; asaistant 'secret- '' ''': .- '''. T. .. ., . ..
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.'...' During the bincheen,' Mrs. Mil- .. ; .. ; :.,' .. arY, -Mrs. Lucy Saxton; treasurer, ,. ... '. ,. .. ,,......") .. ... -00n many ocasions Mi.is Pat; '"- '; I. .' ': ..',..A ROC01..,OPInIOnS.::. ::1.! :.'
. tOn WaL. McLaren, .1:r .,, Club presi- !.' LovelY .'.'Prites 'were :., won by MI'S.' Mende A.', Bembenek; assist, .....
Blocked By Rock -;,..i,;- '
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, ., dent, presented the' groupts tradi- Mesdames Anne Wilson.-- Florence treasurer, Mrs., TOni Raymond.' ? ''' ;,...:'. .,.. ..... .: ,., May be ,well ,ow the ,way..to ereat- intercourse-. with the- toctor he. .,,... 4", I ... ,. ; .. .':i.: Y-; Returns lo..,ampus:',.....''-
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i tional farewell symbol, a wood- Latham, :Viole Hint. Betty.; Vasi- The elub presented, Mrs. Reit:h. 1 DALLAS, lex.' (lifl-r 'Eugenio ing Ille,, in e stest tube---if be ',has cause 'of .her ."extreme love"! for is ''''.. 11;1111.1 n,,,p1;fte .'1-, : ;.:
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1, ,, roses, eorsage, '- to ,Mrs.- Stephen lake. lreagard Morrison, T e r r 71 t with a b
or eautifid set-of trays is Gaytan,,71, and his sone today at- not done" 60 alfeadY 7 hi ....4 -:-. .,, ,..,-. .. :".:. ',:' a
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' Noyes, :Mrs. GeOrge Beer, Mrs. Trask, Louise 'Wilcox, Francis Gi thanked her for the wonderful year tacked tile rock ,slab believed to ', Three selenttsts, from Florida i ,..". --, ,,- '.',..- ..- ,...', -- ...,',.; .. .., '' . .. t . .. ,... .' :
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. '. Raymond Knight': and Mrs.., Mizeibert, Isabel Santee, Martie Sarnia-- planned. : .. .. .,.. be .plugging the entrance :to ; a State 'Uhiversity, 'reported ',on-,ex- -, She said Crawford botight, her .. .... .... ..- ,. ,:. Miller, dusted OO editor of ,-. thc...,. ..''
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, ,' ,. their periments ',that have' led to the gifts, provided her an apartment 13.-.11 1 ,,, Pr , t
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a, e o ege, campus.;
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Ader$ today inpwspaper be ause he, advocated ....". :1,
' ' : t:' '; : :''' '' : '.' .. rea, kruluert, Miss :Elise Bonilla; ;: usuing a- borrowed pnetUllatle naPsf Almost :. idelitiCal;With -the They -: repeatedly : expressed their 'ealiSd:,101!. AU rtinc9MPrPillisi;19141ritig both' aides, of the ".retitil jr, ..,,' ....
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ma Gmbert, Miss. Elise Bonilla, h '' th' y deepened the city cityammer,
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first or, early materials' of' this lova 'for each ther,.. She said,..and, fight"' agamst attempts ,t4, ....Cm, , S , a t y. ..; ., ..
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: -.' STM,. 4.' 411 ''"."1,91.4rts;.P.' ,..0k.e.1041 ' M "4' 'Ceeillit Metcalf, Connie Ret ern under a bedroom, In- Gaytan's tyPe. to aPPear on earth .o.. ,. ., talked," of -.. h ing two childeen ocratile mat guroPeall COIntell-70,. ,,,.. ,atudent f !It re-".. ', :..:
..,. ..; :!: e,4,..;;;k ,,,t,:41 4" -,k,,i, .,....ii.i.:;.;.?,..,;,:t.::',:"..,!,;!"7.r3,.....,x,,W171.""te. chart, Hattie Laird, Agnes Ruziek 1 11 t 0 ly '26 feet ," The scientists called it "protert, alter marria e.. ..:-.., ... ". '' ,! -.. and golierillnentS.,' .- Matatement', in a Campo; -'' wide '1'. .. ''
----e, ..,:;;:,;.--..:,;;.,...,k?.',,,,,,si,,,,,,,i.,;.;:..,:4.,i.4.,:it.:,tk '. As wetroom ouse o ear ,
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- ':.-., f;;.: Ille..74-4PAk,leik;'Y''"'!'"4:''',"-:'--:.'-''.' ' earY- Robertson, Lily, Blumberg, Thursday and, ,, uncovered : rock old, "1'. which they: said wait ; .'sug- She -continued to:Work far long Leaders oi ,tite MP BallUna ,a; r 1.- Y. The otedent .,, .,.
1. t ,,,,3.::, 4v., -,',n,;,, Melida A. Be ' t' 9 estiVe'", or.the rotei s laue in a-'- ', Ombsal ,. pay .7,. end was a COMMUniqU0 on live -,, daY, talit3 I' enunetl, whreij fired ',Miller ,: two -; !:.
,, mbenek, Jane Brady markmgs said to be a .. eross g P a cl hour at n
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Polly Hamilton Ruth St k B t' d "f f Christ '' 1' .... 'ivies. cells,,,But they ,refuoed AO "'kept in,' coinplete bondage"! by here
-. ty Vallman, Sofia Bauchmart nd
, oc y, oe an a ace, o said this ,"Irovisinism 1.. was Weeka age. 'failed to : reeeive the :-..'''
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he' 1 R dri 58 year 610:1 call it protein outright,.... ,... :. .. the defendant beceube of his eon- the :,""roain threat ; to the nterna. itirdS aJe ty Deeded to- rat-, .. :
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a t tr sure herter from De The researchere were Sidney W. tintied Prolnises Of Marriage, .Miss tional workers ,,mtivement, ". Y a, a en., ,. .. ... ..
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'.. :-:, A1S0 Lillian stiliman, Miriam' Bio, Tei.,' said the ,two rocks they F.0a," Kum Harade,1 and ..Allen Patterson alleged.' .' -...- ,: ,; They ,,ilenounced democratization Miller: said, he would.' rethrit to ..-.
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k ----'''"' w.. Simms Tonl,41 d I3 d th h Th d n' Are otsky n Their report woe. pro,: ',', But in ,Ctetober,
t AYM011 eatriz drille roug urs ay were g 1955, she, said as on;-attempt to- hamPer; eettl.f 1:11-Pbatj- fa ,,..' !Pito! Of the .11ellec-.-: ,:
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-': ...-,... - 1:' c 1 '".1:"" ., M, Lull, ON& S, tephen,- Dirs. J. Mal "'false- doors"- twoand-a-hall or seated: YesterdlY telhe AlmeriCan Crawford told her they were fin. munization of the economYi aisal;.,',4 .."4 Looee ose about '55 :. per..r.,......1' 1";.
- -181lan Coma ,t Walker, .', Thelma 'three feet thiek...,.. ,.. ., .... ,'..-. Chemleal SocietY....-., .--i....' ,i'.',.:.. ., ,., ,!1. Ished:, and .shortly l' thereafter he 0011 collectivizatimt of farina. IOW vent ,.. :','L00 AtAdents were for --,,
. . . ,..A , a entme, Mark.' Redding, R o se '; been : ''
He said 'the: rock they hoped ,to ,-They were careful; ank to Ilaira Married, anoth!r VOMIT! causing weaken'..-, the i.unity .-. of. the. ...Soviet., Lefhh,,:ne ,laid ..lit 4.'110.1. ..,.. ... :
i: ': '': '''.I..::,''-: ','.: ...; '',': tili CiOVERB. ut'... i .' ' Martin, -4,41S SCUM, Annaberta 'shatter.,:todaywes the real door they ..had created:, le in a.. test' the ,, plaintiff severe.; humiliation bloc... ,,, '. 1...;:.,-:,....,.. -,,..-,... ., .., ..., mu" Ten 90, Per. eat. 4 .tbink,. I ..
.' .. t ,.: .. :-: ..::. :. :..;. ,. ,, It irv ....Iv" h.. wouldn t take it - 1. ;
, LeaP, Jo Therrell H rri t : T h. S id I d to a staircase tube.. They, said ,. they belleved snd :mortification ..,,, ...... ... -The commumque was Ego u y , . ,..,, ,..... .... ..., ,,,, ,.
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. ., . l', : Winkle, Lorraine:Zed' BettY She'. and tunner-Where the)" would find they had ,'"dupleated the ,''ebemi Crawford denied her allegations,' East German Premier Otto Orate ',lin ,.o. ,ne of Itiii.' ,eclitotials.': MiltPr' .' ,:.'
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.. "..' :' ' field. Glork Brown,,'Shirley .mc,, gold burted,lpyt.,an aide of the ex- cal steps that led: to the Freation eying that he.- had ',seen ...many wohl,'Altulgarian Fronde A p.4 ti a Pau-, utualueO,4110 policy of Mill..':, ... ..
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. Donald, Grace .Burrows,. Caroline 1 'He do de Soto 1541 of the first living Matter."..,'-'. women' during the lime he knew Jugov',' Emit.. Gentian ,.- Communist eaPs :-COilege,l, a Methodist. ., JO"?' :'.''' ,:'.
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' '-' '''". ', ',''':': ; 7:' ''''.... -,-.'': !..'., : ' Brew.n and Cothy ,Day..;': ,...; Radriguesi- who says he atudied. '' Their work. 1USY gill a signilL, Miss- Patterson and aeVer. protn- Party first,. secretary",Walter .., CI Tor e, ae".--. ,Irt Jackson, ,,,miss.'; ; .' ,..
:. '' .'s .': ''' ''' '' ' ''''' ' l'''' ' ' ' '":' ''' .74--"- "''''" ''' '''' '' rchePlogY,' at '- the ',University,' of cant clue as ", o how life ." Was ised ', to -marry' her.' He' hiet, -
said he bricht 'anCBulgarias, first : secre Y1,, f,., had :allowed students A. : .;..
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Chihttahua in Meixeo,,-has direct- evolved,,04 eartll eon alOo 7, ...-'07..- paid the, rent- son ber apartment tarp Todor Shivh,ov,!.".. .,,, ..:,-!:" ....; t' Peer otatements both for ond g14' '..-
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.'..... k! I ,.. I ., he elaintee- to'' have -deciphered vi. .". '::. ..:... ..... .,:i -. 6e,. -4. .... ... .. ..... F !GMT MIXED BATHING ;, n,,.. t , .. ,,,... ., -..........
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1. '. ." :., :' , Celled a cletect,ron,'. around he .,' CHICAGO ;--.Evangelist! R 1 1 I y .. 2 1", -'"- -: '. ; .....,
,- .. ,. ,. ,.. bathing' of both sexes in '. Jerusa, atioe today, went onrecord ip op- : "... ''''
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he:, demonstrators :.w e r e 'Position 40 a, bill p,r000sed by Seri. ,,i.... ..
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. ... ev hand t the office. Notices el
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- wee a city that
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Groves sinful and a : desecration of, the al:letter to Sen.7.WorrewG'" iltag-' f .' ,.
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' meetings cannot be accented V ,, L., ... ', ,,,; , Of espi Girardeau, Mo.,. will Con- Holy City'. Its menibers have been nuson;; chairman of ., Biel' Senate -..,,....,
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, M. First,aid elasses -will be C011 : BELGRADE, APril 19 UP)--
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C.1 Mrs. John P.,,Clarke,. Mont, beee ordered to, pay a $135 fine sideration by. Malnuson's ,commit..;' ..: '
Ala i NI F k I,' II e or e 'to prion 'for three. menttfl tee .: .' --- ,-,ell
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Vo unteer Corps are urged to at- Yugoslavian brand of comnriunisra. his perch
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Services Sundae 40.00 1140, I,1:00 8,14,
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C115101Alii American 100:100,
berviceo Stimuy In.s0 CUL 14;00 Am
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Drawer 304a Oatuoas CZ.
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Edmund Pialiworth Pastor
Sunday Sawa 0;43 3M
oturmus worship Is mu mi.
Tramnp ValOn ...... o ;au pm.
lAraning .Worship 7 ;;i14 P.m.
krayer Meeting a; BLISIS
Stuuy Lacn 'Wednesday,. 7:00 p.m
brotnernoodlat Siumuay
Mem biOnth to ,ed 7:00 pm
Mouth, .1. a' 7;30 paw
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Drawer "IV itailsoa Heights
l'hone Balboa 4727 t.::,
William B. Beehri rest,
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' smdap School 9'30 m,
Mornint Worship 10 :SS a.m
Baptist Trainma Urtiert 0.1 8;30 PA.
Svangelistio Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer t Pietintp Wednesday. .7:00 p.m
W M & 11101e StUd1
daye g OA 0-11
Men s Brotherhood 11411
Mondap in month) 120 pm
' RUST PAIITIST CHURCH
' Margarita AVOILle at 5th Street
- Margarita, Cana) Zone
Rev Wendell G Hakes, Puke
Limiest Sensot wit 10.4
Morning' Worship 11:00 a m
Baptist Training Union 6:30 pm
Ivening Worship tis.t t,, 7:45 o
B oth ernood. Tuesdays 7:00 m
Ptaer Services, Wednesdays 7:00 pm
W MU, 1st gt 3rd Fridays
Han HA Oullbearialt
fridart:,,;.;; 1110 e.m
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Captain 6 Ars. lt. Grant -- '-'-' -' ,.
lb februorl Street. Phone; 25-20054.
' 11:00 itulinera Meeting. ,, , ,,,,
" 3:00 bunds7 School. s- -.
1 ;30 Salvation Meeting.. . ,......
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lieutenant Pansy Campbell ;
Suilding itio 1080, Phone. 2-2851 .,
1 :00- slants; Meeting. .-, -, '''
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''''- 11:00 Holiness Meeting. :. e: ,. ,..
:,, 1:00 Sunday School. ' ;"
,-' 200 Salvation Meeting, ' --' ' '"
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- ander l'apt. and MES. O. Mobtuawmy. ;
14tis Street. ?bone; 38-143. :
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1:50 Sisivation Meeting, ,..,. ..;, 4: ..'
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BALBOA
The Rev.' .0scar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Bowl at San pablo Street ---
", Phone 2-1426Church Office 2-3236
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bus 1
gwvice. Classes for all ages..
10:30 am, Worship Service Tbe
Expanded Session for Nursery. Kinder Kindergarten
garten Kindergarten and Primary Depts., -- Church
tune Nursery for children under 3 yra,
6:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Bost High Fellowship.
e1,0 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
1.30 p,m, Everting Serviee.
The Rev.1lay M. Blakely Ministee
Teiephone, 5-355
Church School. with" Adult' Bible
ChM 1145.
Service of Worship, '11;01 '',
, Youth FellowslIii4 1:4S 4.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar' 1-1wy,i
Rey. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. 3-1692
Sunday Services:
0:45 em, Church School. Bus service.
s Clasiec Nursery through adult.
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
, Nor: erc tor infants and small chil-dren-COO
p.m. Junior Fellowohip.
6:15 p.m. Youth 'Fellowship,
A complete schedule of auxiliary ac activities
tivities activities and official meetings as an anpounced
pounced anpounced from week to wees.
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BAMEIOA ,,
Rev. Welke; M. Aiderton. Pastor
oft : g.420 r, Rao S-130
0:30 -a.m. Sunday School,
16'.40 4.m. Morning Worship.
Ineetines and weelt-day vett vettvides
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Churches of the many faiths in the Canal Zone. and the terminal cities
news dish in writing by Wednesday noon at the latest of any changes
of Paname tad Colon. Republic of Panama. extend a welcome at ell
times to men and women of the armed POViCrit. and to civilian neigh neighors,
ors, neighors, friends end strangers.
As a publie service. The Panama American lists below. by denemift,
leafless, Noises et keine of worship and other regular activities.
Listings ere rotated front time to time. DIROMinatient tiering only
toss st hws Contirogatieml are listed under "Other Chinches Services."
A special 'stints is included for services at Army posts. Ail Forte hues
and Naval stations.
Ministers. church secretaries sod chaplains are askort to intone the
let the coming Saturday's church me,
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Catholic
ST. MAST'S CHUSCHlialboa
Sunday biamesi, 1:00. COO. 10:00 and
12:00 a.m.
flolY Dal Muses; 1155. &I 441 pm
and 5:00 p.m.
COnletillifinill Saturday. 310 to- II:00
and 1:00 to 11:00 p-m Thursday. dart
First Friday; 1t011 to 0:00
- Miraculous Madal Novena: 1:04 pm
on Mondays.
Catechism olassi attst abo 1:011 maw
on Sunday.
Flub Scheel Study Club GM tut or
WednesdaY. -
s SACRED BEASTAsses
Sundl )Aasssa: 5:55, 7:30 9:30
...Holy ay taassag: 3:33- 4141 884 COO
Confessions; Saturday 8:30 to 3:00 and
1:13 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday Wore First
Friday 1:00 p.m.-
Friday LOP p.m.-
Sacred 000 Devotiona; td)(t pm on
friday& 4
Catechloo Clam $;15 to 11;411 Go
' OUR LADI OF VATIMACurandu
Sunday ,Mass at MOO cra.
tioly Play Masa at I:30 p.m.
Confamiony 6;00 to CO p.m. to Sat.
arday.
Catechism Class; Saturday CR) to 40
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ST. JOILFMFaralso
SAI;IdaY Masses It 7:00 and 8:18 a.m.
Holy Day Mast At 8:00 p.m.
Woekday Masses; ..d)0 a.m. ,'
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 tad
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechinn 'Clam Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
Miraeuloua Medal tiosea It I:00 Vag
on Friday.
Consort lastrudlions: Thursday 1:00
ST. VINCENTSL.faname City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and, 3:00 P.m
(It it falls' on Saturday the Masses ars
8:00 slid 3:30 8.m
Contessitins: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
1:00 to 1.00 p.m riurariaya before First
Friday 7:30
Miraculous Mediu 'Novena and SW
ions of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechilen ClaSPI After 11:30 mate on
Sunday
Thursday. '
Conterl CISMI 6:30 PM Tuonda and
' ST. THERESAIC000ll
Sunday Mass: 11:30 a m.
HolY Day Mass: COO aink (It It tails
on Saturdaya10 cm.1
Catechism Poo EN 0:00 DA trl
Monday, A
Confessions; MOO to 8;30 a.m. Sunday
101114 BAPTIST DR LA GALLI
, ?argue Lefevra ,
Sunday Masses 0:30 and 8:36 a.m.
Week Days Mass:- 6.30 Mon Thura 1
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 a m 1
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 am to.11:011
P.411 ,:st.'111A ;
Confessions, S:30 'to 6:30 and Ida to
6:00 p.ms, on Saturday ,
Mtraculous Medal Novena: frida7 001
Catecnisre Class: 3:30 p.m on Sunday
rHERESgliLa Isom
Convert Class; Monday 1:30 pan, 1
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Sunday Mass: 1:00 LI , I
, Holy Day Mass:'6:30 vitt 1
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 9
Catechist': Class; 3:15 p.m. on SundaY
Sacred Heart ,povena:. 1;00 p.m. on
Friday ,
Convert Clasat.6:30 p.m. on 'Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
' ST. JOSEPWSColds
Sunday Masses: 5 :45, 8 :00 and 9:15 a.m
' Holy Day. Massa: ,6:45 and 8:00 a.m.
and 0:45 9.m,
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 tnd
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: wedneaday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.- -
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 pas
Sunday Everting Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on 'Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechist:1 Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m. to
11;45 arns 1- 3:00 pm, to 4:00
First FridaysExposition of Most Blam Blamed
ed Blamed Sacrament all day itepoaltion at 6:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
1 First Saturday Devotions to our Ledy
of ratima.osThsi Holy Rosary.-5:00 a m.
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
1:00 p.m.,
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' MIRACULOUS MEDALCristbal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day ?dames: 6:00. 0:00 sm. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous' Medal Novena: 18:15 and
7:00 P.m on Monday.
, Catechism Clatel After 8:00 Man on
Sunday. -
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year,
Pint Saturday: Man at 11:00 ant,
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH in Margarita
Sunday Masses:,7:30, 9:30 11:3; Liu
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Wee liday Massee: 8:00 Itm.
Saturday 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 0111
Miraculous 'Medal Novena 7:00 pau
Holy Cay Masses: 7:30 a m. 5:15 p.m
Confession 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
every Monday
Parish Family, Rosary, tin4
Benediction F:00-tim
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p.m.
every Friday.-
, ist. Friday Devotions I:00 p.m.
Ist Saturday Devotions 7:00 p.m.
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&friday Mamas: 0:30 a m. and 8:00
Holy Day Masson 6:00 a.m. and MOO
61.
P Confessional 4:00 to MOO and 740 ,to
P m Saturday'.
Catechism Class: 10:43 a m. on Sunday
Copyort Classevery Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novena; 7;00 P111
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Hovenat t:00 p.m. on
FridaY.
4,-
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IMM AC IA AT E CONCEPTION -Gates,
sundav Min,.. lab A M
Holy Day Masai 500 DM.
, Confessienr; 4:30 tg 1:00 p m. on Sat.
urday,
Catechism CIAFAV COO 11 M IM Mnnriav
OUR' LED! Of GOOD COGNISE'.
, ...-Gamboa
Sunday Masses.; 7:00 and 8:30 a m.
Holy Day Massesr 6:00 IA. and 5:00
i
Contealons Saturday at 7:00 p.m and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:04 p-m
on Tuosday. ,
Sacred Heart.' Novensi 7:00 p.m on
friday.
-Sunday School: 3:30 p m. on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class for Chil
dren; COO -ta.mole Thursday...woe- --.
Religious Instruction tor adults (Con
ducted' in SPanishlt 7:00 11VM OP Mon
day
- Convict istatructicins by appointment,
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- SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS P
1:30 a.rn. Holy Commtm ion.
11:11, tun. Church Sebool tHoly COM COMSrd
Srd COMSrd Sunday).
sit.Mv Santo COrturnmion. Srd Sun Sunday
day Sunday &coals Dondnical SAS'a.m.
11.40 Mornlnil rraYer ono sm.
mon, Holy Communion 1st sada:,
t:00 p.m. Rimini' Sara.
,WIDNicSDAYS
a 30 m. Holy Conununion,
7:00 pro Southall Prayer,
, HOLT DAYS
a;00 m Holy Communion.
CM m Holy Communion.'
DA1T,T
CO in. Morning Prayer.
MisitiertarY treYlle.
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Church et tit. Andrew :
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
prim' ID Charge
SUNDAYS ,
Holy Cemmunion 1;30 a.sh
Family Prays' end
Church ,School ... 11:30 LIS
(Also Holy Conual.nion End.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer Sermon 3.1.00 a.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy. Communion 0:00 cm
' conolam: :
Chapel' el The Geed Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. yam
, Priest in Charge
FRIDAYS ., :
: (COO p.m. Morning- Prayer. '
OM...first friday each Mentit):.
" clAMSDA
' St; Simen'e Chinch
The Rev.. John Spear. Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS' i
Choret fucherist end. Stir-
amIA
Church School
Spiscopal,Woung Churchmeq
Svonsong Sormoil
MONPAYs, TUEsDAYL
1:00 0 m
3:00 P m
5:00 0 m
1;00 pmk
end FRIDAYS ;. , I ,...., -,.,...
orning Pra Yer 1110. 4CI1Y
ommunion ...., p oI -11.:00 a M
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Holy Communion 1:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer o,,,,,' qi eq lot 1 9:00 1,19
, Sv011114- Pra Jar 't.1Ip 7;09 9M
SATURDAYS ;'. 0 o;o.,,, ; ,4 1
. family Eucharist ...c.v... 11:3u I M
,tOffice al Comp lino 9:00 p.m.
; ', .1.1k it0CA '; 2 1 .,,i .,1
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The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
Morning foyer and Chyrcri
' School ,.... .......,,,, 9 '09 11.1ii
- Confirmation Class S.30 Lin
Choral Eucharist and Sag,
MOTI ps t 'I.,- 10:30 cps,
HOl Baptism 12:00 noon
, Evensong and Ao lareS4 vt .11;30 tom
3rd MONDAYS t
Womon's Aux' BUY 4'020 P.M
THURSDAYS or FEAST PAYB
IHoly Communion t. 4.. 41. 9 AO g.in
4 PALO' SECO
'Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Von. a Shirley. Priest hs Choral
'
THURSDAYS 1 ,,'
8:30 am. Holy Communion. ',
MARGARITA
." Chuich of St. Margaret ,'
Espav and Eivil7nti Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse,K.- Renew. Recto,
7:30 cm, Holy Communion.
' 9:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
Church School.,
11:00 a.m. Choral Sucharist.
rHURSDAYS HOL,Y DAY
8:30 a.m. Holy COntintartiOn,
I PARA'S()
, tirha itev. Allan R. Bait,'
-...,Priest in Charge
' The Rev. David A Osberee
' Virgil-Emeritus
SUNDA YP
COO ean. Choral Eucharist Sermon
9:30 sza. Infant Baptism.
3,00 m Church School
0).14 in Building 131.1
6:60 pm. Youth Fellowship
e oil 1 tn. Evensong and Addrime
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 Dm Woman o Auxiliary and Al.
ta: Guild Meeting.
' PANAMA an
St Paul's pier&
,
rho Veg. Lemuel B. Shirley, Sector
The Bno Fite M Atwell Deacon
NUNDAY;.. ,
6:00 a.M. 'Holy COMMUnkin
9.00 is..M Sung Eucharist A Sermon
40:45, a Ai Morning prayer and Churci,
School
i2:00 not; Holy Baptism
,100 sou Solemn Vespers
TUESDAYS ,,
II:30 am Holy Communion
7:30 op. Evening Prayer and 'Sermon
WEDNESDAYS ;
coo at Holy Communion
:90 p.m, Evening Prayer ,,
'
CHURSDAY3 AND FRIDAYS
8 30 s m Holy Communion -"
HOLY DAYS
COO CM H017 Corrununion.
,
CHRIST CHURCH HT-THE-SEA
Episeopals-
Colon. R P.
(Opposite Rotel Washintteht
The Rev. James Peter Farmer Rector
The Rev,. tient? A, Blake, Assistant
,1,
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:3(1 Mornint Prayer..
9.00 am Choral Eucharim Ind Sermon
10.30 a.m. Church School.
;30 p.m. Solerut Evonsong mg kw.
MONTAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
7:00 cm. Marnine Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer,
WEDNESDAY
8.00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 Lim Morning Ptayer.
7:30 p.m Evening. Prayer and Sermon
,
,
:,FRIDAY ,
00 a.m. Morning Prayer ,"-
9:00 II AIL Children's Eucharist.
5:00 Pm. Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Mornina Prayer
5:00 p.m. EvonIng Prayer.
730 p.m. Comphno and Meditattotr,

ASAJO
Chrtstveher's Church
10th Street, Fergus Le levy
Tiro Bev Clarence VI? tlayak
Pchmt ta Charge
The Rev. Cierente efe6171M
suNDAs
6.00 11-111 Moly Conununlon.
7:30 sin Sung Eucharist and St mon.
178 MOrninig Preyer and Cbutcli
School.
16:00 mem Holy laptient
30 p m Svensong pod Sermon.
MONDAYS
3:3e ern 13I-and 3rd, Woman'e
TuRSDAYS
4;30 PM Junter Balliihlete Ail
King.
:30 scat Youth
WEDNLSDAYS
0:00 0 m Holy Commtmion.
orn Evening Prays and Religious
Instruction
THURSDAYS
6:00 pm, Girls' Friendly Society. '''',
341',00 p.m. 1st and trd, Singletons.
SATURDAYS
11:30 ern. Junior Confirmation Class.

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Other Churches
, CHURCH OF THI Imursn
,
441 Frangipani' St Amon. CA
Rev. Elmer 0 Nelson. Pastor
SCIX 2,97 Balboa. m Tot 11-9601
Sunday School 9:45 Sm
' Worship Service 0"w 10;45 0.m
youth Service o t:49 M
Evangelistic Servics :30 e.m
Pra,yer Service Weg, g;gg 9,101
, METHODIST
Stirldyl Pariami Wesley.
, ,1030 a.m. Sunday. School.
" 7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
and ell111)11.
Sunday 7 0.m. Paroles
' 10 a.m. Penny Sunday School
!-- 7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical.'
, Service. ,
CHIJECIII OP THE MAZSESNII ,"
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph g Elysone
Writet, gloe 50111 Margarita. r
Phenol, 34483
Sunday School g:45 0 m.
Morning Worship 11:00 am,
Evening Service o 7:30 pal,
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NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
, Panama 11..P 23rd Street East
Key a Brown. Minister
Divine Worship Al cm
Sunday School P:00 p.m
Sunday Malmo 1:42 11:45
' Rio AbilM,
Saday School II:00 p,m.
JEMOVAIR'S WITNESSES
Mettinga Thursday, at 4;30 p.ia. end
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Iry Memoriat
606 Balboa Road Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
- LATTER DAY SAINTS telorOtott)
Chapel on Balboa-, Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 aro.
SundaY School; Sunday 10;00 0.m..
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 P.M.
Bold Saciely: Tuesday I:00 ti.m.
MIA: Wadnesday4 110 p.M.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pm
Telephone Balboa 4227.
' Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhoust Road, Gatpn
Sunday School., Sunday 9:30 e.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday II:00 e.m.
, CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
,
A 'Warm Hearted Cheraw
' Laidig, Minister
Phone Rea 13.7116 01. 13-6105
Sunday Schaal 940 a.ra
(A class for every age)
' Morning Worship 11:11 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Ravening Worship 7 :00 p.m.
- prayer and Praise (Wet) 7:00, p.m
A church purvey in provided. e ;
61,1t CitrHOLit
, St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St., Weol 1,147
Holy thicharisti Sunday et ISO SAL
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, end Aursdava
Sacrament of Unction Meiling' bap
ince1 Pint Sunday al each month
?ISO sat.
Mount Salibel. Christian Chntelt
, Stt See .T. own. 11 1111099
ettiakating
Morning devotion COO a.m.
rellowshiO WerelliN ,iesa4'i 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3;00 p.m.
Divine 604 VtCI ..... 1:30 pot.
' BANAT" CENTEX
,
54 First Street
Urbanizaelem El earmark,' Panamt Clty
informal Talk end Stiscusaiona
Thursdays... Pis
Colon, Stk le Front Streets ,
(irritant Arnarican Bazaar)
Study Climes.. I ..4Thursdevek 1 :SS WM
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH.
Espalaba Paraiso. C Z.
' Rev Weida, It Stewart, Pasta
Sunday: 11:00 ani Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service 4
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesdays 7:30 did...walk Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: g:00 Chol, Rehearsal.
friday; 7:30 Woman,. Missionary la la.
. la.
, retTrtHENsiCiewHiltidipoltrCoutlinitoOenP,eveGNO,t11:1,0,.
1 1 0 1 :0000 a a, mm:
Sunday School
Morning Worship s,.
Night Service
OUST MARCH OP' GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad SW
Rai 11,11,rw Chi?, Canal Zane
Rev.- vim. Livingstatai Paolo"
- ME CHURCH OP GOD
' ten Eighth Street 40 Coign
Rev. G. W. Grandisoa. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 im
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Night Swett 7:30 pm
Morning Worship 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School A 10:30 m,
Night Sorvico ... 1:30 n.lit
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rio Abele
Monte Oscura led"Ilith St.
" Rev. Wm J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 am.
Morning Worship ....,.", 10:30 ism
Night Service .,. 7:30 p.m,
00.0.0100110.1..
t CHURCH OF GOD (Pente,ostal)
Rev 8 E. Watson, Overaeer
Phone 4-428, Boa 253, Gamboa
Churchts ot Pants C.Z (Rev and
Mrs Berman G. Whyte), Co In, R.P
(Rev Fernando Lorene.), Rio Abide)
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Reyna). ant
Cativil (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Grieves)
Sunday and .1veeltdsys services al ell
churches
' COMMUNITY CRAM
Diablo Height. C Z. "'
(near Cliah la school)
, Rev, Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 39. Diablo lielphla CZ. 4
Phones: Home. Gamboa 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School ...... 10 00 a m.
Worship Service 11 110 e to
Youth Service .. .. 71,0 p m.
Pangelistie Service' 7:30 It m
Vednesdavt Bible Study
and Prayer Service 10
Lutheran
IFEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH'
Balboa goad at Wield Street
Bev Robert Gassicit. Pastel
P Boa 868. Balboa
Sunday Schoot, Biwa tiara 8:08 cat
Divine Service 19:15 a.m
Holy Communkm. BM Sunday of the
MOTIIII
a Atlantic Bide
former chapel of Our Saviour's Bola.
copal chapel arcl.,St. and Melandei Ave.,
New Cristobal.
, "Eugene IL Danne:4
Sunday School, Bible Class S.M..
Divine Service 10:15, aan.
Holy Communion. last Sunday of the
month.

leWISh
4onsts$ ottani board Sid 7$2-X La
Soca 3oatt Balboa- CI lir lant Nathan
.ittit Lioevtor.
Servie Froisa 1;30 0-na- Saturnay
t:3( o
iSoe 41,!0 Ain, or anwish service.
Jneer Donut Bogen and StationnL
Lostrestiuttn Kat Shoorith Lima A's
akin Ctirot sod 3nth &root, Sella Vista
Plnam City Services II:0t) rt.n1

mmaig,deo,mrao.01011
ntist
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,Chtistiin $(1e
ac,cftuft cmcm,mft,ft
'gym Cburell ol Christ, demoted. dneet
560 Arleen Boulevard.
Sunday ti;00. edoesdo 041a
iundav School 0:31i La
Liturce ut citron. &MOWN Vreitelek
131& Street & titighwa
, urielb:o Seenet
Sunday 11:00 Lim Wednesday MO lea
Posts and Bases
' rACIVIC Sink
' ?retestsit
t
FORT ANIADOS
Sunday Schooi
Morning Worship to,
Churoh-tintl Nursery School,,, 10;0$
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School tlintidiPli NO,
' lag) tttttAlit., COO
Morning Worship Witt
Thursday Evening Mid-Witels
' Service ,;. N1;30
, Youth fra;;;;1;11;4141.1tY
10AT KOSS ;I
Sunday School ,t,91 .. ... 11:00
Morning Worship ,,,,,,, 10:50
.; Evonint Worship '1;00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 0:00
Worehip Sarvice. filo Rate .,, 11:11
Christian Youth Fellowship ,,, 1:00
Soldier's 'IfellevrahipThurs, 0:00
Officer't Christian OnionThus:II COO
ALBROOR AIR rOACIS SASS
Sunday School ..,...,., .. 1.5i1
Adult Biblo Class (NCO Clubl.; 11:30
Morning Worship 11:50 10:45
Youth irellOW4lltp tit,' .. ,., 1:50
U11 NAVAL STATION, Sodman
Sundsy School 4s,istssist.s.st !:10
Morning Worship 1 :00
Hoir Cronununioss Viral. Sunday
of Month)
11111 SZADQUARTS1101 CAAPEi
Morning Worship st 9:00
(Holy Coiningnion Virat funds?
- of Monthi
Nal) 80010 9t011Ong SUirintIL.s' LOB
Catkins
rORT AMADOR
DO" Moot ost go", 0:30
Bundsy Masses 7:00 l;30
Conteuton& SoturdaY I:30 & 1:110
31411007 s,1q 11:00 111:21
FORT'CLAYT011 ,
Oly Man 41to,lati. ee e 0:48
tunday Mass's 1. t 1:7:45 CO
Colgemiona-Saturip7 6.3(1 t:Vi)
FORT KORB . ,
Daily Mass 6:15
-Saturday Masses ..t.. VA
Sunday Mama .C6i; .4.1 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions ,., 1:30
, Ctutfessiona--Saturdaytt, CBI & 1:34
..
.
COROZAL ' ; '''
Sunday Maas t- - ...- 10:0
.
,
ALBRO(Mt AI It MRCS BASS ;,.
Daily Masa .. .00
. t--
Saturday Mass .00
Sunday Mamas 7:45 & 12:00
Snanisn .- r,
Novena Services-Tusodu .-R, :04
-)COrfssAl0P840turdaY ..... itio
,
.S. NAVAL STATION; Rochnen f
Sunday Masi 120
, ,
' ., k astIvIlli '
rowt KOBIll -,- ,' ', e,
Saturday 1:00
LISO-JIVItt Balboa ,. ., ..
friday t tt Tin
,
ALOROOK AIN IrOgC11 IlAgs '.
sitturdnIr J, 1, 6:00
U310.41V14 (Balboa) ..
Saturday ...... ..... tl CM
, w
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' ATLANTIC SIDI '.
' ,. Protestant '.
FF00?ItRvITTI,.-0DcuLAhsVpilcoll.:101'.,.i :.' .' i''' '12o.
. Sunday School.Bidg. 253 ;to, I:00
Morning Worship i 111:30
PraYer fallewthill-13146. 153-r .,
Tuesda,yr .. 7:00
KyRBWadnesdayPost Chapel 11:34
Choir PrattiosWednosday
,.
.
Sunday School ,I):34
Morning Worship ... 14:44
Youth Fellowship, Sunday t. 6..30
' table Study, WednesdaY 1:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs, 1:34
VS. NAVAL STATION, Cane Sole
Sunday School 11:30
Morning Worship II :00
' Stoll Communion first Ittindal '.
. 01 Month) zi
,
' Catholic
FORT pAvis ,, : ,
any man ..,. ............ 7:00
Sunday Man' 9;3
Confeestonst Saturday- 6:00
Stindill ..,, 11:45
TORT GULCK ;
Daily Mass ' 7:00
Saturday Masa 7 :00
Sunday Masses 7:45 & 10:IS
Confessiona, Saturday t. 6:04 & 00
US, NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
i Daily, Mass ,,, 4.00
Saturday Man I:30
Sunday Mass COO
COCO SCIATO , ..
Sunday Masa ........ 1:30
'' Jewish 1
FORT GULICK '''' 1
, n ,, ...
Tindal tg ow, it .."
I
', .. '',. Greek Orthodok
.
Greets OrthodoX Services are conduct,
ed at the Church of the Anunciation,
Via Belisasio Parra& San Francisco de
la Calais. Panama City, ILI3, and at
the Church of St, Anthony. Avenida
Melendes. Colon, N.P., on alternate Sun.,
days at 4:30. For further information,
call the OfDre of the Army Chaplain.
,
Seventh Da)
Adventist
Weekly Services in all church',
az follows:
SATUkDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.'
Divine Service 11 00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4.30 p.m- t
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
1.30 litm
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W. Si, WallerTel 28-3-3506
' Cabo Verde, Ave J de la Ossa
No. 17-- Chorea 25th No 21 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 3,-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sts. Rio Abajo lph No. 27 Gamboa
and lircijoies.
' Pastor G. D. WilliamsTel. 580
Pator A. A. Gvizzle Tel. 6402,
Spanish Churches Pacific Side penami
Pastor Norberto Quiros
Panama. Calle Daritim No. 3'
pedregal Sp Nuevo Quarard.
t Allaniti- Side.
Pastor G. A. JeffriesTel. 311-8261.:
Exclilsinobat .sh. Po.TIval Atio.
- Cris WW1 Spanishlath St Bolivar AVIC
Central theta
Oavilan RoadTel. 2-1851 1-3531

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PAUL G. BENNETT, son of Lt; Col. and Mrs. Arden L Bennett of Fort Clayton (right),11s
congratulated by Rear Adm. George Wales, Commandant..Fifteenth NaVal District, after being
selected as the principal candidate from 'the Canal Zone for the Naval Reserve Officer
Training Corps, Bennett yes selected from- a group of 10 local candidates who took nom,
petitive examinations tor 4M:ointment to the NROTC program,' During his course of studies
at Balboa. High School, he has been active in sevpral different programs.- 1114 is presently
battalion commander of the Balboa ROTC drill team, and assistant' editor on the school
newspaper.- Following his graduation from High School June 3, Bennett will enter the Georgia
Institute of TechnologY et Atlanta ,044- where he will begin his NROTO training. Upon
graduation from college and NROTC training, Bennett will receive Ws COMMISSiOn as ensignt
pm, Navy, snd will be assigned to four years active duty. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph),

Poti-CIrniti Lino
00 Ilinvo
. ,,
: An even one hundred passengers
have booked to sail nez Weoues Weouesday
day Weouesday aboard the Pawns doer Lria.
tobal Three of the pasatnileri will
disembark at Port-au.Prince
The passengers for Haiti a r e
Mr. anu Airs. Carl M. Stanton, and
Miss !Bernice Toplelec.,,The cow
Vete &avarice passenger list tor
ew York, many of whon; l 1, 6
Canal employes follows!' '
Mr.- and Mrs. Robert Bachman
and three children; Pr. and Mrs.
Israeilleatmao and son; Miss Ka Katherine
therine Katherine !Bell; Mr. and MrS P4td
CaVe; 1,41114, I Challtdq Id183 'Ka,
oerine Clapp; Mr. antkiiirs, Frau Frauds
ds Frauds IL Cogghill; Miss ,Marjorie
Parlin0 Mr, anti Mrs. II chard IL
Eddy; 'Miss Lillian Erin it; and
Miss Dori rernley. "!
'. Mrs: Eugene V. Gallagber; Her Herbert
bert Herbert G. Gates; Mrs. Zelda Et (Hass
burg Robert 11. I. Goddard; Jr.;
Robert 11.Ives Goddard; Dr, and
Mrs, Henry E. Grossman and three
children; Mr.' and Mrs. Atwood
Hall; Miss Ann Marie HonrigueZ;
Miss Florence Holburn; Archie Ir Irvine;
vine; Irvine; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koenig
andt,wo children; Mr and ,, Mrs.
Jacques. IC Lally, Mrl,fand' Mrs.
'Frank .Leerle; AIM 4Bessie A.
Lockridge; Miss DOril M4 .M00in:
01 Miss Itose MC McKewen;,' Mr.
and mra, t, W. McNally; and Mr.
and Mrs, Robert F. McNultY McNultYMrs,
Mrs, McNultYMrs, Elizabeth L. Mackie; Miss
Jelin Magee; Mr.,and Mrs. James
G. Maguire; Mrs. Katherine E.
' elanson and two children; Mr,
and Mri.' Robert II. Miller; Mr.
and NITS Spencer A, Moore; Mrs.
Marjorie Moore; -Miss Clara Mor Morris;
ris; Morris; Mias Marion Morris; .George
Morrisr Miss Marths Morrison;
Miss Lynne Marrig; M11411 Marie
C. ?Qui; and Mrs. Katherine'F.
Quinzada., '
1 7mrs. Ninni Raffel; ItIrt and Mrs.
Julio Ramirez J,; John Ramirez;
rrank ,I, Raymond; Mrs. MaorIce
Itst,illimiroMarn.d,, amnrds.Mmrae,rtiJnohs! sra;iewidrligyse;.
er and daughter:' Edric E. Smith;
Mrs.''' Martha )(I, Stevenson; Mr MranddMrs.
anddMrs. MranddMrs. Robert G., Toylor;' Mr.
and ,- Mrs. John C. Tracey,' Miss
Marjorie Van DYkel' ReV, Robert
ilairgrrndA1Pan: n aWC FeM1,4Vh la intrea ; at Mwn (1e 1 des hnri dis d' E d
Bennett J. Williams; and Mr. and
Mrs.' Robert, L.;Williams.
Marshal Zhukoy
Rehred From
14ilitaty Dui
. moscow Marshal
Oeorgi Zhukov, who was ousted;
as". Soviet defense miniater and
dropPed from, his top Communist
rarty posts last fall, has retired
from active military duty, lt was
disclosed yesterday.'
A lecturer at the Polytechnical
Museum in Mosco revealed that
Zhukov, the Soviet Union's great greatest
est greatest hVinit MilitarY berow"has
tired and has no military duties 1
any inore.",There was no official 1
announcem ent. 1
It was the first eine to Zhokov's
activities since Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev,
chev, Khrushchev, 'now Soviet premier, told
newsmen, some months ago the
marshal had gone on vacation
and would receive an,'assignment
4'in accordance with hisVability
Ind keXPerience9 on his return
The lecturer dift not disclose
whether Zhukov wos in Moscow.
The marshal has not made any
public, appearances since he was
dropped as defense minister last
Ct. 26 and Wall removed from
the rresidium and the Central
Committee of the 'Communist
Party a week later.
1 Zhukov lost his government and
party posts, cording to the cen central
tral central committee, because he sought
to develop the "cult of the per
sonalty" in the armed force and
tried to curb party influence in
the military services.
KIREYS WIN TAX SATTI.E
MORRI$TOWN, (111,) A
0,600,000 income, tax refund 'Was
received today by Mrs. Gloria
Kirby Conahay and hee sister,
Helene Louise Kirby, the fruits of
a 10-year legal battle. They are
daughterrOf thrlateS tt m e r
Aloore Kirby, son of alVoollmorth
chain, founder.

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Why You'll like
Ns Church:
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8;20 7 ,TWO iMORNINO. SERVICES .10;40
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WORLD OP CHANOLE" ,'
This is a world of tremendous changes. but the t
changes of ,this material universe can not compare
with the spiritual change when a Man is orn again :
into the family of the Lord. ,
' CHILDREN'S CHAtELr-rastor Robert Snyder.
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL', (Clases fOls 1111 ages)
Eunday scho01 is ,not a biirden. a supervised ploY-
boom or an exobango Of Peonies Philosoohleal bUnl
daYL 80h001 ShaUld a spiritual experience, The :
, verities of God's word are ,taught: the human bows
to the divinel the heart is moved to Obedience: and
there IS S'esponse in lalyatioh. The Bible lemsde
vital in our school.'
.6;30-7, BAPTIST ,TRAININQ UNION :
, This is a family affair. There Are manyAdults as
chlidre itt the over 200 who enloy-makirig practical
their Christian' belief. ,
7:30-,-"WAITINa PATIENTLY FOR' t1111" !-
Even James takes time to preach on the 2nd coining
of Christ: Are you ready for his appearance at any
moment?
YOUTH CHOIR -- TRUIPET SOLO

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.You Will Find it ih Christ
- and His Church, ,

I ATTEND EVERY SUNDAY

. 9,:30,SUNQAY SCHOOL (Classes 'tot All Ages)
8.S,- began for the pUrpose of studying the Bible. Ours
Is a 8.8. devoted to its intended purpose.,,We believe and :
, teach the Bible hi every ClaSS. Do YOU know your Bible? :
Come to a 8.8. where you, can hear thii Wordl
.
11;00"A CHRISTIAN'S RESPONSIBILITY
' TO HIMSELF" '-
, The Bible t,eaches that, a belleVer has a very definite re.
sponsibillty, to grow In ,Ohrist, Ever Wonder why you are
defeated?, A ',Bible message tci hely You have the victorY,
. that triumphs 111'1,1 things.
,
6 :00Jet Cadets I; Hi Scheel 4.
Paul Pretis, HMCO, speaks, ;Come and hear about radio
missionary work. ,
,
:00-110LY SPIRIT AND REGENERATION"
Ever confused on the Person and Work of' the Holy Spirit?
A second message in a series on this subject. Profound
truth made simple and clear from the Bible. Get your
Questions answered.'
' tARGK ENOUGI.T TO SERVE YOU-- ,
,, SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW Y,01.1

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Final Standings

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, NEW YORk, April 19--(UP)The Alilwaukee
, Braves may surrender their attendance" records to
,
those transplanted Dodgers this' 'year but they're
,
.
-' bent on retaining Jhe home run punch that made
them world champions. -, ,,,,',' .,'',- ' ,-
The Braves led both leagues a chance to tie in' the ninth when
with 199 hrimers last season and roolde Jimmy Davenport failed tc
they're right back so far this year touch third base while circling te
with the "big shock" when it does bases on Willie Kirldand's triple
the most good. Ed Mathews smash Kirkiand later scored what shouln
ed two in each of their first two have been the tying run. , .1
games and last n ight shortstop Carl Erskine, a sore-arm case ir
Johnny Logan unloaded a grand 1957, went the first eight inningl
' slam that provided them with a and got credit for the win while
1-2 victory over the Philadelphia Al Worthington suffered the loss
Phillies. ,----t , J The crowd was roughly 3,000 more
Logan's blow was lite 'big noise' than the Dodgers drew for theil
' of another spectacular day of coa first three dates in Brooldyn last
to-coast big league baseball dur. season.- , ''. ,
' trig which: -, ., ( . )
Score, kayoe
--The Dodgers drew a' league' d by Eansas City or
Tuesday, yielded eight,walks am
record crowd of 78,672, and beat five hits but struck out seven 11
,, the San Francisco Giants 6-5, in gain his first win lime last Apri
their opener at Los Angeles. 27, 10 days before he was sidelin
--Herb Score' and Whitey tord ed for the season when hit on tin
', took firm steps along the "come.
. back trail." , eye by a batted ball. Roger Mari!
homered for the Indians and A
--The Chicago t Cubs remained Kaline homered for the Tigers
, the only unbeaten team in the maj.
Tom Morgan absorbed the loss.
ors when they beat the St. Louis
i Whitey Ford, who also missee
Cardinals, 11-6, ofr their t h i r di part,of the '57 season with an in
straight victory. I iurv. Ditched the New York Yan

In addition, the supposedly weak
, out four homers to down the Kan Kan,
, Kan, sas City Athletics, 11-7; and roo rookie
kie rookie Vada Pinson unloaded a grand
slam homer that carried the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Red legs to a 4-1 decision
over the Pittsburgh Pirates.'
' Bob Buhl, the II Looms winner
, who flopped in tha World Series,
gained credit for the Braves' vic victory
tory victory although firoballor don Mc Mc'
' Mc' Mahon came out of the bullpen
with two on In ths ninth to strike
out Rip Repulski for the final
GA flack Sanford, a 19-game win
ner last soason, was chargod
with the defoat after Logan tag
god a 1-1 pitch for his grand slam
after tho Braves filled the basis k
, on two walks and Frank Torm's
Alio huge crowd at tOs Angeles'
saw the Dodgers.win their home
' 7r,l'with the' help of sloppy
S.;!, Ftincisco fielding and base baser.
r. baser. .,Two Giant errors contri
bu.ed to three-run Dodger fifth
inning and'San Fiancisco missed

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a chance to tie in the ninth when
roolde Jimmy Davenport failed to
touch third base while circling te
bases on Willie Kirldand's triple.,
Kirkiand later scored what should'
have been the tying run. ,
Carl Erskine, a sore-arm case in
1957, went the first eight innings
and got credit for the win while
Al Worthington suffered the loss.
The crowd was roughly 3,000 more
than the Dodgers drew for their
first three dates in Brooldyn last
season.-
Score, kayoed by Kansas City on
Tuesday, yielded eight,yalks and
five hits but struck out seven to
gain his first win since last April
27, 10 days before he was sidelin sidelined
ed sidelined for the season when hit on the
eye by a batted ball. Roger Maris
homered for the Indians and Al
Ka line homered for the Tigers.
Tom Morgan absorbed the loss.
, Whitey Ford, who, also missed
part,of the '57 season with an in.
Jury, pitched the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to a 3-1 triumph over the
Baltimore Orioles and the Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox whipped the Kansas
City Athletics 117 in the other
erican League games. Boston and
Washington had an off-day in the
schedule.,
A crowd of 46,698 at Detroit saw
the 'Miens rattle out 16 hits hi
support of Score and finally' take
the lead for good in the eighth in inning
ning inning on singles by Chico Carras Carrasquel,
quel, Carrasquel, Minnie Minos and Rocky
Colavito plus a sacrifice bunt by
Bobby Avila. Al Kaline homered
for Detroit and Roger Marishom.
ered for Cleveland. Tom Morgan,
fourth of five Detroit pitchers, suf suffered
fered suffered the loss. ,

Ford, who won only 11 gamos
last stason because of rocurring
'arm trouble, pitched a five-hitter
to hand the Orioles their fir
loss of tho now season- Billy Loo
pitched on oven 1-1 terms with
Ford until the sixth whim a walk

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Panama, Colon
Baseball Teams
Tangle Tomorrow

The
amateur baloball tams el
Panama and Colon will moot a.
gain in their annual llama Walls Wallsprod
prod Wallsprod by tho Mocambe Club of
Colon for tho bevwfit of the Colon
Medical Clinic. The game will
bo held in tho Municipal Stad.
lum an Sunday ot 10 am;
Admission will be 2S cents and
the general public Is Invited. ,,

Panama' Open Tennis
Tournament -Gels
le
Under iay -Today '-
With the participation of list
team4 seven from Panama city
and seven from Colon, the open
tennis tournament sponsor by
George D. Maduco, who represents
the Jantzen firm in Panama,
win, get underway at 3 pm. to today
day today at the Olympic Swimming
This national championship, fea featuring
turing featuring the best tennis players of
both cities, has being organized
and will be run by young tennis
pro Eloy Sanchez, secretary of
the Tennis Commission of Pans PansSeven
Seven PansSeven games wM be played: this
week-end on two courts at the
same time. 'rhe ,winners will be
the best in two of three- sets.
This weekend's games are:

, Saturday
S:00 pm. Court No. 1 J. Fernandes-C.
Jolmsou (Panama): vs
Hinds.C. Taft (Con).
, 5 pall.-t Court No.,1 E. Wiehtel-G.
Gerrich (Cristobal) vs W.
Artbur-P4, Harper Colon).(

' ., ',tonally
, 8 a.m. --, Court;No. 1 -,-- A. Del
valle.E. Omphroy's (Panama) Vs
B. Cbarris-E., Henriquez Colon).
8 a.m. Court No,2 R.. Ra.
mirez-E Barrerra (Panama) ys
A. Zebede-H,'Dunn Colon). ',,-
10 cm- --- Court No. 1 S,' Mel.
fi.G.' Madura vall3 Stroop-R. Pin.
ells (Balboa) !,'-;- ,
10 am.7: Court No.,2. L.: Sayavedra-E,
'Sierra vs A7 Loney
Carl Benjamin Colon)
4 p.m.-- Court Na.'.1 Bele
He le Jr, (Balboa) vs Arthur ArthurI
I ArthurI Harper' ift:i achtel.Gezeich game
(Colon). i, k 1 '' 't '''' ,. '
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to Mickey Mantle started a
- two-ron
Bill Skowron followed the walk
With ',double that sent Mantle to
third and Mickey scored the tie tiebreaking
breaking tiebreaking run' on a sacrifice fly
Jerry Lumpe. Bobby Richer...on
singled home the second run. It
was the Yankees' third victory la
four games.-1-
Nelson Fox cracked out two
doubles and two singles and Ron
Jackson, Jim Landis, Bubba Phil Phillips
lips Phillips and Luis Aparicio homered
for, the White Sox, who eombed
five Kansas City pitchers-for 14
hits. Jim Wilson went seven in innings
nings innings to gain credil: for the win.
The crowds, at New ,York and
Kansas City were 23,463 and 23,001
respectively for a total-of 93,162
and a threegame avenge, of 310.
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Final toFinal arroAgemonts isoro made
today for an unusuit'boxing card
-which -will bo prostntod at the
National Gym tomorrow night.
The program is rare in:that It'
Will be featurod bv two ten-round,'
main bouti ;n which four of Pa.,-
na ma's :outstanding jightwoights
will participatl..
Ohampion Horacio Ottis :en-,
roods ex.feathorwoight kina Fo.
dorico Plummor in one of tho
headliners and' formai 126pound
, monarch Rodolfo Francis: moots
Enriou. Peron in the othar.
--', Bosnia Williams battles alabw
Fittge in a sisavund semifinal
and a fou'rround curtain raiSor
1
is also on -,
Rentsiar'prices be charik
ed for,the !lboxing carnivel.":

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RECRUITING GETS RESULTS
WINSTON SALEM, N.C (UP)
Some '25 football playert lave
signed grants-in-aid to 'atfend
Wake Forest College next Septem September:
ber: September: "We feel we did a goud job
in our recruiting program' last
season, and there Is no reason to
think we haven't done as well this
time," said head football coach
I Paul Amen:

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'Professor ALBA
LOTTERY NIGHT!
STAR 0 INDIA
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, Alstr.
I TREASURE OF-.
, 'THE KALIF,A

11711 ?ANIMA AMIMICAN AN INDUTNDENT DELT Nr:7:57r

Colonial Insurance
Tivoli Moros
Colpan Mptors
APA '
Abattoir Nacional
Tasco Battery
Tahiti Jewelry
Spalding Dot

49-35
, 48-36
- 47-37
40-44
40-44
' '1 39-45
38-46
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Colonial Insurance Dotronas
Tivoli Motors
The Xing h dead. Lone r live
the King! After 8 we wk s of
splits, misses, strikes and spares,
pats on the backs, and glares for
easy misses, Colonial Insurance
climaxed the 'closing of -the Pact.
Inc Cosmopolitan Mhed League by
edging -last year's chmps, Tivoli
IMotors, by one point. Colonial la.
Isurance did not Will the title un unlit'
lit' unlit' 'the last game of, the season
as both Tivoli Motors and Colo ColoInial
Inial ColoInial Insurance won the first two
games from Abattoir Nacional and
TWO Battery. Then Abattoir Na Naclimal
climal Naclimal had their two blind scores
show up and they proceeded to
beat Tivoli Motors while Tasco
Battery did likewise to Colonial
Insurance.
Leading Colonial Insurance was
Bob Toland, 585, and If et t y
Brown, 447, and, for Tam Bat Battery
tery Battery it was 'Ted Melanson, 612,
and Bud ,Balcer, 561. 41 pin
handicap came to-lhe aid of Co CoInsuranc,e
Insuranc,e CoInsuranc,e immensely,

Ted Schmidt and Lit Qum led
Tivoli Motors it their two point
win over Abattoir' Nacional
Ted Albritton and Mac Lane were
high for 'the "meatmen." I t h
the Coldasure family missing for
the first two games, it looked
like' a tie Might result, but theY
made it. for the-Aast game and
their presence made the differ,
ence and provided a victory for
Abattoir Nacional and the league

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ver Spalding Dot Ur three points
and cemented their hold on third
place and also assured Spalding
Dot 'the dubious honor of dewell dewelling
ing dewelling in the cellar. Don Rudy, 624,
was the best driver for Colpan
Motors at high for- the nigh t.
Art Roberts kicked in with 511
and for Spalding Dot,Bob Boyer
was high with 549. ,
Raul Alvarado, 587, and Marge
Hicks, 477, helped Tahiti '.1welry
overcome the flyers of APA, two
to one. Chief pilots for APA were
Dick Soyster, 567 and Earle R3est,

The prize presentation pirty
will be held' at the Summit Hills
Golf Club on April 23 at 7:30
p.m. The following prizes will be
presented:, Winning team-Colonial
Insurance. :
, Harry Klumpp, Betty Coleman,
1Jack Voss, lietty Brown, and
Howard Toland.
Team high three, 3173, Taseo
Battery.
Team high one,, 1106, Tflahlti
1JewelrY. ,

Individual Prizos
'
Coffey, 193 -- High Average.'
, Rudy, 184 -,, 2nd High average.
--Ba leer, 705 High 5eries.
(Best, 661 2nd high series.
Lane, 267 -- High game.
Jamieson,'',,266 2nd g h
game. .,.
,Barbour Most improved;

knd Bud Balcer, 56L pin Woman) -,
tandicap 'came to-'the aid of Co.. ,
tnsurange immensely, Hiets, 155 Average, r
' Vi Rudy, ,154. 2nd high aver averTed
Ted averTed Schmidt and Lit Gunn led age. '
rivoli Motors in their two poMt T. Camby,',567 High series.
win over Abattoir' Nacional Glinn, 514 2nd high series.
Ted Albritton and 'Mac Lane were -Rodgers, 233 Righ game.
high for the "meatmen." ,W it h B., Roberts, 197 2nd ,high
the Coldasure family missing for game.
tbe first two games, it looked -13., Best Most improved..., ,',
like a tie Might result, but they '
made it-for. the-Aast game and BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE -2
their presence made the differ, ''
ence and provided a victory for Pabst Ribbont 30, ,.15
Abattoir NaCiOnal and the league Life Savers 27 471a
title for Coloniat Insurance. Gillette Blqe Blades 261,4'1812
Colpin Motors ran roughod Turco Products, 26 ,,' 19

i
in Oklahoma and in New York
The timerican peop,le seem lust
like Russian peole.' :
In the otber matches Thursday
night, ( Meriyan' Tsalkalamanidze
won a Unanimous decision over
Dick Delgado, of 'Tulsa in the
114 1-2 pound class; Salimullin
defeated Murray Edelman of New
York by- unanimous decision in
' the 1.36 1-2 pound class' Ntladi
Mir Sinyv'skly pinn tou Giant' df
New York- after five minutes
the 147 1-2 pound class; Vakhtangl
Balavdze won a unanimous deci decision
sion decision ovet,, Doug! Blubaugho Okla 1
home 'University graduatei- in the
160 pound div tato n;', George
Skhirtladze scored a split deci
Sion Over ZimPeckbam of Brain
tree, Mass,.., in the 174 .1-2 pound
cisss;,, and Boris Kitillev won n
snlit decision ,over Bill Fareel
New ,York In the 191-pound di diIn
In diIn the three cfashes lit Okla
homa at Nortna'' Stillwater', and
frillS3 and one here. The Rnssians
won 23 bouts. lost thre and drew
in the. six otbers.
,

HAMR1C MAY MISS ,GAMES

' NEW YORIC(111")-,., Bert Tlam
rie. a reserve outfielder with( the
)3altimore Orioles, is expected to
miss thic 'weekend's series with
the New York Yankees because of
a knee ininrv suffered in'an auto
mobile accident near his home at
Sand Fork, W. Va.'',

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Tomorrow and Monday ai "DRIVE-Hg" THEATRE

. Atimagniflient cavalcade of romance, 'splendor, excite,
nient and fun moved ewittly. across the,. screen, of the
t "DRIVE-IN"- Theatre, tomorraW and Sunda 3r,, In the release
, of Samuel Goldwyn's great production, "THE ADVENTURES
2 OF MARCO FOIL0.1.:
The Dint offers GarySOOPER in the' romantic role of
the twasiz-buckling adventuter who.,opened: the first fm-poriant4rada-goutabetween
,Enrope
colorful reign of the great Chinese EmpereruKublai Khan,
lighting and loving as be went,' ' Advt.

Firestone Retreads 24 21
National Electric 4-- 24 21
Shaws Gilt Shop 4- 22 '-' 23
Grecha Music Store 4,2012 24;.ti
Boyd Brothers Inc. 4,- 20 25
Ebonite Tornadoes ; 20 2S
Civa Vauxhall 20 25
'Alciens Mail Order 14 31
Leading -aVerages (Men)---Mead,
Stinson, Soto. (Women Mange's,
Williams, Burchett.

, Pabst Blue kibbson
, Life Savers 0 -
The two titans of. the league,
with both sharing first plac e,
clashed head on and the Pabst
Blue Ribbon beer keglers walked
away from the lanes as tbe un undisputed
disputed undisputed possessors of the league
lead. The beers really pured it
over the Life Savers,'',,because
they took every game by comfort comfortable
able comfortable margin.
Stick Stinson, making a bid
for the highest 4verage of the
loop was especially effective a against
gainst against the little circles of Lite
Savers. Stick roiled a 552 and
597 handicap set. Three others in
the case of Pabst also brewed
good series; Bill Gallahair 573,
wife Kitty 560 and Blackie Mil
ler 554. For the crushed Life
Savers Dick and Mickey La Beau
were in their all the way with 550
and 512, and Ronnie Mead tallied
521, but all of these three good
games went, wasted; ,
, Gillett Blue Wade 3 2
Aldens Mail Order 0
With one of their regular bowl bowlerettes
erettes bowlerettes confined to Gorges Hospi Hospital,'
tal,' Hospital,' the Gillette' team dedicated
the three game to their sick
member Carol 03wen.

The dedication was a huge suc success,
cess, success, because the Gillettes c u t
the Aldens Mailr Order catalog
for all three points. The big guy, 1
in the Gillette package of, fivi
bowlers ,, was the refugee from
the ClaSSiC,. Major, and Cosmopo Cosmopolitan
litan Cosmopolitan Mix League, Dick Soyster
by name, and he 'murdered the
pins -with a 547 scratch series.
Another transferee .from Diablo
Wall Thelma Camby who found
the lanes for a' 508 score, and
the old reliable Jimmy' Bowen
settles for a 1 53.9 The Alden,
group had a ,,r,ought time, b u t
they pressed the Blades in the
second' game, losing by 22 ,pins
1 and in the last' game' by 19 'pins
Their, high t man Ives v Jim !- VII
Hams, with 303.-',q 7 A' ;
. 04 4W!' (;1
,'; civil Vauxhall NO
, ,,,Turce froducts 3i.
, .s ,,
Although' the Turco P5r o'd u c t
cleaned up three points,' the y
were plished all the way by the
Vauxhall Cars.0,,, Every game was
decided, into the last frame, and
each time genial Bill Bleakley
for 'Turco, in, bis anchor spot -had
to come through,. 'iv all inal
frames of, each slut every game,
Bill had to,produce and he, came
through 'one hundred. per. cent
Turco took the first by 7 ',- pins
the second by 17, and the last by
19. (Bill settled for, a 510 series
and Lena Burcheet scored 502.
Fel! the ill fate& Vauxhall,. only
Mimi Metzger came ilp 'to expee
tations with, a 502. t.
,
Firestone Retreads 112 :
Grecha ,Music Store 11s,'.
, The Grecha Music store brought
Out the correct instruments in the,
, first game, andolayed a whining
tune, but then it was the Fire
stone Retreads turn to show ,off
so they took the second game.'" To
; complete the evening, neither
, team wanted 'to win the last
,so they settled for a-split.
Both 'lineups had two "500" bowl
ers, and both boys, Bob Storey
and Jon Edens for Firestone with
526 ond And for Grecha it
was Frank Labrum ,and e s e
Pate, 512 "and 548.

National Electric 3 ,
, Shams Gift Shop 0
The ..NatiOnal Electric Center
dom al a ted the -match against
Shaws of ,Tivoll Avenue, when
they swept' all three games. Two
of, the Electric Centers enjoyed
one of their beit nights, when Jo
Andrew enjoyed her 554 set and
Red Sweet turned in a honey of
540 with the old standby guiding
his wide book, Manny Fernandez
had a 5,47,, This sweep pushed the
National Electric Centers closer
to the top of the standings, and
the Shaws slipped s, peg,' o r
Shaws Nick Nickinsher was' a
standout with a 536 scratch and
590 haridican set,. and tagging a along
long along was' Shirley ,Cavanaugh with

Boyd Brothers 2-
, Ebonite Tornado, 1
' :
'As predicted the (Boyd Brothers
Insurance gang is collecting Dien DienlY
lY DienlY of premiums and climbing.
Several weeks agb, they were MI
the cellar and notv they are, six
points out pf that spot, ,and are
within strildng distance ,of the
first division.
This 'week they collected a 2 to
1' premium from the potentially
capable Ebonite team. All three
men on-gach team broke the 500
mark,' but the difference was in
the fact that Boyd Brothers had
a sister, Marian Howard that
came through with 546, but the
Ebonites had no lady bowler
matching the trick., The nrevnitiM
male bowlers were Harry Rouse
510, Ray Muruhr.566, and Bob
Howard 532, For the Ebonites,
Joe Burggoon, 55i, Curly Bates
502. and Jorge Soto 5 ,

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, NATIONAL LEAGUE ;,
' W Pct. GB
Chicago 3 0 1.000 N
Milwaukee 2 1 .667 .1 B
Los Angeles 2 2 .500 112 D
San Francisco', 2 '''.500 11,4A K
Cincinnati 1 1 .500 112 C
Philadelphia 1, 1 ,.,.500 -112 C
Pittsburgh 1 2 .333 2 11
St. Louis 0 3 .000 3 B

- Today's Galileo
Milwaukee at Philadelphia
, Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Chicago 1
. San Francisco at Los' Angeles
' Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 004 000 000-4 0
Pittsburgh 000 601 000-1 8 2
Purkey (1,0), Jeffcoat and Bal.
ley. '
ACline (04), Witt, RaydOn,- Gross
and Foites. , '',

St, Louis 110 010 300-- 8 8 1
Chicago ', 200 630 00x-11 13 0
-,Tones (0-1) Mabe, V. McDan
lel, ;Barnes,' Clark,. Martin and
tandrithi R. ',Taylor.
PrOtt (1-0), Rodriguez and New Newman,
man, Newman, -,
San Fran. ,001 101 011-5 12 2
Los Angeles 002 030 10x-6 8 2
Worthington, (0-1); 'McCormick,
Antonelli, Grissom and Schmidt.
Erskine (1.-0), Labine and Rose Roseboro,
boro, Roseboro, Fignatanc,' ' ,
(Night- Game) ",
Milwaukee 000 004 000-44 6 1
r'hiladelphit 000 000 020-4 1
, Buhl (1-0), McMahon and 'Rice,
' Sanford (0-1), Hearn and Lona

po,Fts..,:tchidpii.:;

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, CFN has announced 4he fol following
lowing following radio and television spots
schedule, Any changes in the
schedule will be announced over
Panorama each night at 6:45
O'clock.

April 20:' Cleveland indians vS.
petrolt Tigers it 2:20 p.M.
April 21:- Boston Red Sox vs'.
New YorloYankees at 2 p.m.
1 APril Mihvaukee Braves vs.
Pittsburgh Pirates at 1:30 p.m.,
, April 23: Baltimore CFloles vs.
Boston Red Sox 2 PAL
April 24: New,,York Yankees
vs. Washington Senators at' 2
April 25:' Kansas Citif
tics VS. ChiCago White 'Sox at
2:30 P.M." '
April 26: Pittsburgh Pirates
vs Cincinnati Red Legs at 2:30

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April 19: Golf Sbov", 4 p.m.
April 23: St. Nicks boxing at
10 pin.- '"
,Apr11,24: Golf Show at 41;30

; April 25 Wre.stling,

Alotii The Fdirways
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NEWS FROM ,PANAMA LADY
. GOLFERS
A Stableford tournament w a s
held at the Panama- Golf -Club!
on Tuesday in honor of Ruth Lin Line0111
e0111 Line0111 and Margaret Hastings, who
are leaving in May:
-Top honors in the tournament
went to Sylva Carpenter who shot
a -brilliant 77, which included an
eagle on NO. 17. Congratulation
Sylva, 'Chi McCue played yery
well to come in with' 37 'points,
Irene Robinson 'was second with
33 and Pearl Trim WWI the pr4e
for low putts. ,'
, After golf, Irene Robinson enter.
tained the girls at a 'delightful
luncheon 'at lier home.: S Iv e r
mementos mere presented to Ruth
and Margaret,' We are all sorrY
to see them leave and wish them
the best of luck!for ,the future.
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Baltimore 2 1 .667
Detroit 2 2 .500 1,
Kansas City 2 2 .500 1
Chicago 2 2 .500 1
Cleveland 2 .500 1.
Washington 1 2 .333 ,114
Boston '1 3 .230'
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:Chicago at, Kansas City (N)
, Cleveland at Detroit
Boston at Washington
Saltimore at New York'
Baltimore 100 000 000-1 5 0
New York .. 100 002 047-3 8 0
"Loes' Zuverink and Trian
Ford' (1-0) and Berra..
Cleveland : 021 011 020-7 18 ".4
Detroit 200 111 000-'4 5 '2
, Score (11y, and Brown, Nixhn.
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gan 0-1), Sleater ,and ',Began.
Chicago ; .403 102 001-11 14i- 1
Kansas City 410 000 222,-, 7 It 1

WNW! (1-0)) McDonald, Staley
and Battet, -
Keelner (0.1),' Cox, Itiornette,
Daley, Trpeka and H. Smith.
Only gains shedulect.

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PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN ver Spalding Dot lor three points Firestone Retreads 24 21 1------T
v,, 77,-;
, 0.. , , . , ,.., mIxED LEAGUE and cemented their hold on third National Electric .--- 24 21 r , a ,
, - ' '-' ,, -' -' , -, , ,, place and also assured Spalding Shaws Gift Shop .' '... 22 ''' 23
' '' .- - - By FRED DOWN . - '- -, 1 -rho amatoUr basoball taami of .7 '"': Final Standings pot 'the dubious honor of dewell- Grecha Music Store 4,2012 241.ta
, - '' Panama and Colon will moot a. , : ing in the cellar. Don Rudy, 624, Boyd Brothers Inc. ,' 20 25 r"Efirlt, t Jill
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'' 'NEW YORk, April 19-- (UP):The ISlilwaukee
gain in thoir annual gam sPons sPonsprod
prod sPonsprod by tho Mocambo Club of
Colonial Insurance 49-35 was the hest driver for Colpan Ebonite Tornadoes 20 2S
Tivoli Moros .-, 48-36 Motors a I high for- the n i g h t. Civa Vauxhall 20 25 4
f, -, NATIONALLEAGuE ;, '', AMERICAN LEAGUi -' .-,
' ': t Braves may surrender their, attenilancerecords to Colon for tho bonofit of tho Colon COlpan Mptors 47-37 Art Roberts kicked in with 514 'Aldens Mail Order 14 31,
o Vame will ApA 4044 and for Bpalding Dot,Boh Boyer Leading -aVerages (Men)-Mead, '". 0,. . --- -,...,- t ', -,
, : t'llose transplanted Dodgers, this' 'year but they're Medical Clinic. Tho
bo hold in tho Municipal Stilt,
1 1;6177 71 Baltimore '' 2 1
Abattoir Nacional , 4044 wag high with 549. , Stinson, Soto. (Women Mangifs, c'llic-ag. 0 ,I... :Irt-----------------, --. w3 Lo p. Git-': .. : : -: w'L pct.' '611,:l.. (t
Milwaukee '. 2
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' ' bent on retaining Jhe home run punch that Inade Tasco Battery '' 1 39-45 Raul Alvarado, 587, and Marge Williams, Burchett Burchett(
( Burchett( Tahiti Jewelry '- .' 38-46 Hicks, 477, helped Tahiti '-lwelry , .-.
Pa' bst 'Eluo' Itibbson 3.
, them wor,ld champions. -' -, ,, ,. ,, tho general public is invited. -,
. ' ',' ,i'''' ; ''' !- , Admission will ba 25 cen!! and
x Spalding Dot -,-; '', 31-53 overcome the flyers of APA, two
Life Savors 0 - L
New York . ; 3 1 .,-750
' t t .. . ., ,L.......1.-. ..h en'-ogs fit tiO ill' the ninth when ' - ,r ,----- :'' 7 to one. Chief pilots for APA were OS A-LOPPiPt 9 9 knri Ill. rs,, 667 1,1,

Los Angeles "1,22 22 '..550000 111212 DKeatrnsoalts, c
1 .500 112 Chicago
San Franci
, T'he. Braves led both leagues a chane, to tin in the ninth. when - to one. unter pilots tor ApA were ,, 617,, v
( Colonial Insurance botronas Dick Soyster, 567 and Earle R3est,
with 199 homers last season and rookie Jimmy Davenport failed to
an2na Open Tennts cincinn,t,
-- The two titans of. the league.
' th.12,ra rioht hack so with hnth Rharinil firgt a, -;
far this year touch third hase.,h11,ec JiFfitniote p
. Tivoli Motors 545,

th 'r right back so far tins year; IMULIA 141.11 n at go .auu 1Y2
." I with both sharing first pl a c ph-iid"7"h 1 wage
pni. 1-1 Knit ,11L

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Tne vougers LUCW "!6"1 Tuesday, yielded eigtit,wauts ana
to- ran ---- Jewelry.
get underway at 3 pm. mai Insa ce won the first two ,
i; record crowd of 78,672, and peat
, the San Francisco Giants 6-5, i five hits but struck out seven to
..at the Olympic Swimming games from Abattoir Nacional and
Individual Prizes
11 gain his first win since last April Test Battery. Then Abattoir Na- ; min) .s
their opener at Los Angeles.
27 10 days before he was sidelin- row
Th. national championship, tea- ciimal had theit two blind scores t
A Whitav Pnril ,!L it

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Barbour, Mist Improved; ,
, r Gillett Blue ado 3,', San Fran. 001 101 011-5 12 I
' ,' Women) r' Aldens Mail Order 0 r,,, A I, ,tAl.s.

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gamy auu DPLEIVM in the Gillette- package of, v i
flack Sanford, a 19-gamo win 'Colavito plus a sacrince ouns ny omphrors (ranama) --r- Wv-ici6
their presence made the differ, ''
ence and provided a victory for Pabst Ribbon., 30 C
bowlers was the refugee from
t nor last season, 'was chargod Bobby Avila. Al Ratline homered
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1, with tho defeat after Logan tag- for Detroit and Roger Marishom. a. Cbarris-E. Henriques Colon).
I An.AL .. r rhoi imm orad inr chwpiand. Tom Morgan.
my 172 ,Cporurr po 1,n2a r Rva 4
battoir NaCiOnal and the league Life Savers 27' 4713 1;11en..Clatssic,- Major, and Cosmopo- r Rarlin'

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uue for ,colonial Insurance. ,,IGillette B ltle, (alludes 2612',1812
1 ', after the Breves filled the bases fourth of five Detroit pitchers, stlf- A.-Ze--b-ede---H-;70-u-nn- eolonj '' ;-. L'
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Colran Motors ran roughod e: Turco Products, --,... 26 l'' '19 ILIFULI 13 ivi
-by-7;1'a 'me f's 'it'n'd- bh"e'' 'inmu'r'cre r e'nh'e. ' : - 7 ,-7 '7 - '' .. 7 .k.,
on two walks and Frank Torm's fered the loss.. ., DinS 'With a 547 scratch t series.
, 10 amt. Court N.. 1 S,' M.e1.- Cnia. atta CAL A' AL1' :
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613 pins -with a 547 scratch t series. qnftriv Cali A91.1. ; I

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Russia s',.Lhamplon .-Irirestlers the lanes for, a' 508 I score, and '
the old reliable JimmY' B 0 w e n
. , ,, ,, .; ),. , ., 1 -a ', ,,, ,, ,! settles for a 153.9 The Alden, g radio and television spots .' 'CI- , 1 ' ,, ',.
schedule,- ny changes in the ', .-:
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, sin Ft Int Pk s al; 1 lite I irA exkonnel era rola Inci. htt 9,0 vino I ti 1,-tut,164. 11
L n I they pressed the -Blades in thelr,,,a1,1,!!,,,,Inti, eaell, .1-light 8, :45

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r.46. ,,,,, , , $ 4 , , , t man lv,astv,:l..imt !- ,i1 Ap':11 ,:evaealle -'
April 21:. nostoanndneinddsinon: vvSs..
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TODAY' RELEASE! 4 ta Mickey Mantis started a
t", twa.run rally., or ansK,) erryi, c 7 Ar
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11 Bill Skowron followed the walk -27' ol ,", Civil Vauxhall NO y Detroit Tigers it 2.10 pm.
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' 5A with ',double that sent dMathn.tletit, '41;, ,
I 60c. Jvc
i thirel nti Mieltalt , Turco froducts 3i 21-
. ,,, A -, NeF york,Yankees at 2 Dz.

Milawankee Braves vs. .1.,
- ; , Although' the Turco ,P5i u c t
gh. 11):rittea at 1:30 ,,
Pitt- ton Red. 8" 2 P111' a.
11 . ; breaking run' op a sacrifice
siTee6vm Ylorskt were plished all the, Wa 133'
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the Ap 11 23. a bnore OFicil!s va.
cleaned up three points; ,they
11 0 700 .0..9.00 Jerry Lampe. Bobby Ricbar,..on NEW, YORK UtiPer)3
th lentY like Russian peole." : Vauxhall Cars. Every game wastBos
singled home the second run. It champion wresh
' ' was the Yankees' third victory la dap they'll go ome p
-7saRidu sysesttaers- Tinhet)kAimahermieaananpedopilne
f u rames,-1., of respect 'for United, States fan In the o her
o r 8 t- matches Thursday decided. Into the last frame, Audi
Aji).rJ11,!. New ,YOrk. Yankees r

asningt011 benators at' 2
I 'lc A GREAT ADVENTURE-PACKED SAGA!
rlsierson Fox cracked out two i and for. captain -Terry McC a night, ( TSOlitalaMOMOZO each tim genial Bill Bleaklevi v5 vv
1 doubles and tw0 singles and ROO! Of the yank team that theY WOn a Unanimous decision over for -Turco" in, his anchor spot liadiP , (
1 I ..,11 thlhh huhinnati fnur timpt in t' Mani" PIgndfl nf ,Tulsa in the tn enma, thrnugh Tnf all f it April 25': Kansas Citvf

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r74001 if ha Whito Sox who eombed McCann. former tintverattsy of defeated Murray Edetman of -New gill had tooroduce and be, e
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, AIFA4111 1 1 Kansas CitY Pitcnere. tor : rowa intercoueginte canminurixora uy- unantrnows uecialyn 191 tnrougn one nunurea per, cen1.1 AFL AL ,t,u a- Al..vouuL ruabeti
elag ITIfidilTnren took tho fire hu nine VS, Cincinnati Red 1,15011 21n111
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. 11, ,Jtetioll tot Ilide,, , 4,of 1, flings gain credit for the win. ; i only three victories scored by the mir Sinyvskiy pin Lou Giant' ot the second by ,17, Ind the 'last by Pm- !t, ,,-..., ...n. ..,: ,-
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li. oz,', rognpotive v nr A, n a .0 .M1621 nicht when th S'ititid 'n1 ou deci F the ill i t d x.h 11 I -.' ' ) .. -1
. e ov e A av ze.won,, a -una m s Or a e ',Vali a on r .... -- ', -. : !. ,..:, .,
Tdehcuiragiodna; over Vladimir Arsetiyan the 147 1-2 pound ,,class;; Vakhtang and- Lena Burcheet scored : tot -,.. -.- ,, i 1' TV, .,, ..., .:.
' ' ': trkt' RIG 41$ Uj z . 4,... .-',' Kansas,Citly wf ere..23t,463t lanfd 2931,

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1. ..' '; 1 and a threegame averige, of 31,.. team. ended its brief tour wjth a sion OVer,, Deng! Binhatigho Okla Mimi Metzger came up Ato 'eapeel April 19: Golf ShoW, 4 p.m.
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Golf,,S,rho.!, :',1,t 41.,;30
,.;,... I I ,...,. 054t,f , 1 ,, .- .. 61 victor"... The other bout 'end- horn& University graduat.e,- inotbe tations with a...502..: ', ., '..t.. APril .23.1,S,t. ,NAcks ho,,x,,Ing,.a,t
f.- ...1. I t ,i , ,, ,,,, La
ed in a aw before a standing 160. Pound it t v t 1 1 o n Ge rge
' jai rcisateneM ulls- i.ctr;taodrsell1312.. :1'. Pl'APP..711. ''''24:
, 1 4 Uniiiii 'Boxing : ,,,,,, raoot mth,ecrNowewd 1,040,rmk orAethitehtai: ,c,i2u0ob. ssikohnix.t.olvaedrze;mcporeectbaam.,0filtBdraeieni
, oN I Mill Kerslake, 312.pound nation- tree, Mass.., in the 174,1-2 pound .z.-,.' '4, s, - April 25: Wrestling., ', '
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,,,,,,. ai AAU heavyweight champio eblaa., and Boris Klilliev WOn n The Grecha Music store brought ,, 1
ar 11111111 V ' from Cleveland. Ohio. drew with Initt dpcision over Bill Fareel ef Out the correct instruments in the
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Vit ;os bull" '1,1'11111'1"u' : 2112.pound Otar. Randeraki t en Kew- in' the 191-pound di- first game, and,played a winning r-11IIU 111c, 1 LIIIWUY3 11
tasho staonnee, tuet tehaens iturvas the Fire
am ' the program 'with some, -chuckles vision.' t
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k,L I Rational oym NEWS F :PANAMA LADY
The crowd wchi included Michel In the hree c s t tr d t n to show .off
4 A. Menshikov. ,Russian' amhaass home at Nortna-Stillwater' ant so they, took the second game.".To

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b:,.,.,;;I ,,,,' .. or o e n e a es, aug u sa an n e .
,,,,,:.?...,....ni,:::Dlv,.011,...ALfir,..., 8,..ztil LH'H'''7.:'t4:... .::."..4. .. '4' 1 '''' ' -'''''''''' ' '''' d t th IT it d St t 4 1. b fr 1 4 0 e h re The Bilasians complete,' the ,:Y evening, .-,., neither
,.I.,, , rinal arrangement.s.wero madt ed
At Irandelnki's-Itifilo Mit, til Ittfin 2A bnts.'
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lost thre and drew team wanted 'to' win the.'; la s t 1: :: 1'1' ',' ' '' .' ' ..1 '' ''
7''.' ; ; GOLFERS ., -, , ,..

h rkriv, 1111 today for an unusual Dolma card

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111 1111 National Gym tomorrow. night.

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and j a a a s -Top honors. hi ,the tournament
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,',Are came here expecting ,to get )3alumere Orioles, is expected to Pate, 512 'Ind. 348. .' ,. ,. ;. went to SylVa 'Carpenter who,shot
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and that s what we foudn,',F Soli the New York Yankees because of 1 National Elactric 3 : ,--,
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muscular body,. "wo :, were, Jou toile- leaden near his home at ,. s) , l 4,, ,. ,., ,-. ,,,, well ,to come in' ,with 37 'points, a I
, Shows of ,Tivoll '' Avenue, when rigor Simeon.
for low putts. ; -,' ,,,- -, , .
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. ,- one of theit.beit mights; wIhueqidiJnog
and Margareto We- a,re.'all sorrY
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mementos Were presented to Ruth !,CA,m,P BIERD, '' 6:7 id.
had a 5474., This sweep pushed the ' "4- ': ''' '' ') ' .. '
ir ': his wide book, Manny' Ferna-ndez tth-o,es'el!"s,tthoe.ftn.
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DUE the difference was in ',5' ,,..,u, 11,;m4;111,,Y-T" '' - m In
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MR ROCK AND -' '' Batman and Robin s' I
i TIIE IIIRED GIJN,,,.. , t "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, tomorraW and Sunday, In the release
RY NIGHT! 1 of Samuel Goldwyn's great production, "TIIE ADVENTURES came through with 546, but the
a sister, Marian Howard t h a t .4 ,,,1 v0 FECONTINENT ..- ,'
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-I with Ror3r Calhoun , r OF MARCO EOL0.1.: ' ,- Ebonites had no lady bowler ,..,.,, itio
SoSo "LOCH RYAN" 1,. ;'' April 19
1 , , with, Alan Freed 1 Chapters '4-6 ,-..-
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Carpenter Folios.. 52 : 26 .500 17 ,iu
; MCE.lbone-:Police,',,, 58 26 .448 27 '-- 8
' Roscoe 58 26 .448 20"-., 12 5
''' Wilder' C.C. .;" ; -50 22 ,, 26 5 .', 4
Crouch C.C. 52 '7,21 .404 ,,, 12 12 : .9
": Brooks Elks 59 :,' 21 : .356 ;: 15 : 7 5
Arberga 51 148 : 8 2
, Karpinskt ,,, 43 ::15 .349 10 4 ',,
Henriques Pit; 52. '',,, 18 ':.34(12 :14 6 7
' Heo0er. -C.C. ;. i 41 14 10 2
.Hauser: Mutual 51 16 : .314 18 8 ', 3
. Hakarion Legion. ; 52 16 : :308 .'-, 7 ,4,1: 7;47: 2
' Mutual.2- ; 59-1.18 .305 '' 20 ; 9 : 3
Hickey Pirates. ," 4-.67 20, ;99 15 .; 17 ,;. 4 ;
Urriola. Pirates.,;';-- 54 16 4296 :" ; 11 6 :
Sadehez Cola.. 44 i:13 .295 .15 5 -:' 1
Motta- 16 ,, ;81 12 3 2
' 48 : 1 13 .271 ;, 10 7
lvturrar Pirates. 57 15 ''' .263. 7 4
, .. 15 ',,- '', .254 10 11
131111sott:',:.2.-'- ,- Mutual; ,,. 56 !, 14 .'...250 .7 19 9 5
Park Police. 45 4'2'11 ',' .244 12 s'. 10 4
. AkIcLeod.:r! t. 't 9 ,' L,243 3
: IfIrates:,.:,. 54.- 13 : 211, : 2 t,"' 2
42 ..,10 .238 to 1 it 1 .;
;: Will W.,- Police.. 4' i, 61 14 .230 18 9,..1 ;",.. 4
barber it ' 10 : ,,
' Legion F.- .1 44 10 .227 : 3: 6 2 1.
Sanders, Elks, ;.; 49 ':,11 1224 2 ," -,,', 4, ;.
Legion, ; .,.. '' i 12 ;,- .222 : 4 5 e
Ittittit ,; 55 12 .218
Campbell, , 52. 11 5 :1 ?.
. Iighley : 33 7 .200 3
,piratet. s: 34', 7 .206 ',;7, 3 ,-- 1 f"
McClelland 4;: 49 1.10 ..204 ", 12 ';,, '3
, Crump:- Police...7. 57 193 C. 21 4
: Shirk -.4" 4. : 53 4,10 .189 .9 I,
: De)3oyrie : 54 "10 :1..185 5 4 !1
Sanders 'L.-I': 7 184' ,, 5 5 1
RdIrrao' ---, Legion. 45 '-: i,, 8 ;178 10 -,,,' 1.
."' AcheSon.:- ; 6 ;--' 4 ,1
Hutchings C.C. ,. ,.; 49 8 .163 5 8 2
p Evans: --...Mutual.;', ', .;40 6 .150 :- .6 3 : 1
'; Colbert 43 ,-,', 8 !..140 ': 9 --:' 2 ''
, Clement Legion. 44 ,' 6 :": .136 9, 1 2
Rietkobl" ; 38 : .111 9 : 2 1.7
. Conlo cc, .;, ... 38 3 .079 8 1 :
' Will Elks. t ; 40 7 3 .075 ':' 2 1 ''
- tbdOn Pirates. 37 -027 3

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statistic for the 1958 Atlantic-Little League season
, Were made public at the league's award dinner held last Friday
evening at the Margarita Service-Center.
The figures proved Mike 13urza 'of Mutual of Omaha to be
the,' leakue's 'stand out sticker.' He led the league with a' bat bat,
, bat, ting average of ,714, one of the highest ever made'in this league.
He also led the pack in tuns batted in with 35, number of bits
40,,doubles 10 and was the home run king with 4. '
The ,number two stick,man was Richard, Carpenter of the
Police Pals who finished up with an even -500' batting average..
Richard also led the league in doubles with 10, and in triples
I ,'Ttre, third and fourth batters .were Mickey McElhone
also of tie Police'and Dickie Roscoe of Coca Cola both record record,
, record, ing a .448 average. Dave Wilder of Coca Cola with a .449 aver averWge
Wge averWge completed,the first five hitters..,-, ,
i In the Important runs batted in colunin'Carpenter was sec sec,
, sec, 'ond Burza with' 18; followed by. Pirate Tommy Rickey who
had 17. Behind Buprza and Carpenter in two base hitting' were
' Crouch of Coca Cola with 9 and-McElhone'and Henriquer-of
',the Pirates with 7 each: Tied with Carpenter for triple leader leader'''.
'''. leader'''. ship 'Was: Tommy Hickey-, with 2 t0 his credit.- Fourteen other
bOya each hit one triple.
addition to Burza's 4 home -runt. circuit blows were also,
hits by Crouch and 'Bender of' Coca, Cola and, Kenny, Karpinskr
, of the Police ,
: Pitching honors went to DaVe Wilder of Coca Cola wh0
ed in' a fine 1.35 earned- run average. Right behind,Wiler was
Allen Pirk-,of yolice with a ltg average and Colaman Ricardo
Sanchez. witli 1.63. On the win, arid, lost columns Ricardo San San.'
.' San.' 'chez ,wa topsman with 8 runs and 1103 losses,' Police's Will
With .8.'and -2 and Mutual's Bursa- with 8 and 5- were tbe run7
ners-up.1- John Sanders of the, Viks turned in all' and 4 record.
, StrikeOut king of the league was Mike, Bursa 'who sent 103
' m'eri down swinging. Greg HakanS011 of Legion lollowed- Closely
by striking out 98., Will Will bad- 89 for third spot.
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Burza Mutual.
, Carpenter Polioe..
McElhone'
Roscoe
Wilder' 7-
Crouch 4-0: C.C.
Brooks H. Elks
Alberga Pir.
, Karpinski Pollee.
Henriquet s;.-4. Pit.
Bender CC.
Hauser ';,T 'Mutual 4:. .;
' Hakanson Legion.
Dockery Mutual. !.
Hickey .- Pirates.
' Urriola J Pirates.,
Sanchez ';.Coca Cola..
Mottic P. ;.
' Brooks, F, Elks.
i Murray, Pirates.
Pabon
Mutua1 j:
Park Police.

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Wilder -; C.C. 30
Park t Police. :..30-23
Sanchez ,, 48 '!
Riefkohl Mutual 15-23
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: Hauser: 0:71513 4
Will 0-0-',Police. eo

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AB H AVE., R RBI 2B .3B HR
58 !' 40 ,214: 24 35 10 1 ..,.4
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58 ; 26 .448 ,, 27 8 7 1

Park Police. -.30-23 8 . 14' 43 ..'27 3
Sanchez .1-- C.C.- 48 13 16 38 311 8
Riefkohl Mutual 15-23 5 r 3 11, '; 14 1
: Ilituser:"Mutual, ;:71513 A 5 -15 7 13 1
' 60 22 32 89 53 , 1
, 49-13 '721' ..44,' 63 '' 39 4
'Binders -'.?Jol,,Elkft 56-13?',:' 24 -,19 ";? M t 56 ,, 1
Kaminski Police 27-23, ,' 13 16 46 13 4
Bender C.C. .; 29-23 16 , 24 22 4
Albergo, Pirates. 56-23 35 ": 22 68
Rakanson Legion 66 44-; .58 98 71 2
Brooks- N. Xlks. 48-13 '45 '22 : 49 71
, Shirk Legin 30 37 57 43: 38 0

L AVE.
4, 1 1.3548
3 1 1.5686
'0 1.6250
12 1.9231
1 1 1.9608
8t .2 2.20
4 6 2.555
6 ,,4 2.5577
4 2.8261
4 4 4, 1 3.2432
2 3.1102
2 10 4.0000
2.4 6 :5.5901
0 5 7.4000

Viar,tirt Prove
t' Clutch Play

,1,-Its OSCAR FRALEY, led Oakland manager -- destined
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to attain ,managerial greatness
- NKNY' YORK tiJP)-- Eh one with the Yankees 4 sMashed gt
line was buried in the I mid of him,
-; opening day baseball copy but it That dellaice, es much as aly.
.( spoke volumes., ' thing, has vvritten the saga of
reao: "BAHMartin." Billy Martin.,
i Those 'vew lettert prociaiMed to Two years' ago he ivai: labeled
' the watching ba'seball WOIrid that tty teammate Gerry Coleman as
Martip still WaS at it. His the ,"best clutch player on the,
single grove, home the run' whico Yankees." But in the front of ice
successfully opened the season for they didn't like him. 'He didn t
"' 'conform to the demanded Yankee
tne Detroit
, lt must have produced mixed pattern of off-field anonymity.'
reactions in places like New York, Billy was an extrovert who liken
yvashington and Kansas city.' r- the bright lights and, the accusa,
,Among the Yankees, who trad- Dor. weut, lured Mickey Mantle ori
ed ," him away last season; lo the primrose path. .J
WashingtOri manager Cookie Lav- It boiled to a head when Mar Mar,
, Mar, sett who was Billy the Kid's: tin, Mantle: Hank Bauer, White
-! roommate at Oakland in the long' Ford, Yogi Berra and Johnny
ago; and at Kansas City, from Kucks" became embroi ed ..in an
Wneti he Wasi sent tq Detroit last after-hours fracas at the CoPit
November., , Martin was doomed,
,,- Something Extra , poddlod to Athletics
4 At told all of them that the Without consulting Stengel, the
, seraPPv,,skinny guy still has the Ifront fice peddled Martin to to'
' to' "something' extra" which made Kansas City, it was g move which
bile, ea sey Stengel's' ':boy" when l may have cost them "the' subm
714 wai 'breaking in et the' Coast 1,'critent -World -Series,- against -the
, 13 years agov Those were the Braves. A ''' jockeying, nagging,
, days when the scrawny 16-year-a battling Martin, just -might have
ol'l with a battered drug store turned the tide'.
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NEW YORK (UP-1--Jim Norris,
controversial boxing promoter,
resigned today as president of
the international boxing clubs of
New York and Illinois:
Norris, who -had been under
fire .from the Justice Department
on monopoli, charges, said he
was quitting the job because of
poor health.
lty doctors advised me last
faU following a severe heart at attack
tack attack to restrict my activities by
resigning as head of this com
pany," Norrit said in a state.
swot. 4'1 postponed tendering my
resignation at that time; wanting
to renew the television Contract
for bhe Friday night -telecasts,
which has now been accomplish-
ed." , ,'-t
The IRC board Of director met
earlier In the day 'and elected
Truman Gibson-,,Jr., a Chicago
lawyer, as the new president.
I G s o n was elected executive
viee-nresident last fall.
The pc., whieh Inside the an.
nouneement, said Norris-was fish fishiss
iss fishiss hit boat tomewhere off the
Florida coast and was ;,unavall ;,unavallells
ells ;,unavallells for comment..
, Norris 'also resigned its
rector ofthe IRC of Nest York
and was, replaced by Harry
marks:le. ',the managinx di director.,
rector., director., Norris will remain as
orevident of theMadiso It Square
G,rfient Corporation.
Norrts tho Madison Some
Garden Cornoration and othe In.
1.1rittiOnsl Posinst Clob of New
YOtit and Chicago were found
smiltv last July 2 of moronoliying
chamnionshin tell t's. Tho Su.
oreme -Court of The Statp
hat agreed to heal an VIC., apThe-
51-year-old Norris. whose
f-!her.wei vriklin 'Tutu
.0;rp also bag 1Proe leteroqtt
yttvuson gritt.,140 (114.10 Oft
qt, Louis Arena end the
nntrolt 4411vtnnia, ue). owns k the
f,thicavi Slack Tlawka of the Na Naion
ion Naion 111 Tlopkow T ollono Nitit mem memberg
berg memberg of hit' famtlyhove- interests
in' tho,, New vork Rangers and
Pnroi'l
.Norris hecamo,,boxine;if' malor
nromoter, in 4949 when Joe Louis
retired Fig IIPIVVIVeillbt Tritk"
LOU1R si (flied the leading chal
uneers to 'contrabts Land Joined
Norris as I ipartner in the Vivo Vivomotion.'
motion.' Vivomotion.' Sinee that time. Norrie
has Promoted most of the title
figbts in the United States. ),

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' The Caribbean CoMmand Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Little League World
Series got underway this
afternoon at Cunmdu and on
the Atlantic side. Although the
series is the firstof its kind in
the Canal Zone, it is slated to
be a 'yearly, Oceurrence from
now on. ;
' A traveling trophy for the
championship team and indivi individusl
dusl individusl troubles for members of the
first end second place teams
will be awarded.'
A, The following teams Will com-,,
the series; Curundu
Dodgers, Coco Solito Cubs. Tort
Kobbe Panthers and the Albrook,
Red Sox or DodgerS (playof
necessary). ' 'II
rhe schedule is as follows:
April, 19: Curundu vs. Kobbe
at 1:30, p.m, at Curundu. COCO
SOlit0 vs. Albrook at 210 p.m
at Coco Solite).
April 23: Albrook vs. Curundu
at 4:30 p.m. at Albrook. Kobbe
vs. Coco &Alto at 4:30 p.m. at
Kobbe.
' Aprii 26: Curundu vs. Coed
Solito at 2:3n um. st Curundu,
Albrook vs. Kobbe, at 2:30 Pm.
at Albrook, ,
Anril 30: Kobbe Vs. Curundu
at 4:30 ,p at Kobbe. Albrook
vs. Coeo Solito at 4:10 Pm. at
Albrook. t ,,,, A 4,
t May Curundu Albrook
at 2:30 p.m. at Curundu. Coco
Solito vs. Kobbe at F.30 p.m. at
Coen'
- Mar 7: Coco Sato vs. Cam Cameo
eo Cameo ,at 4:30 pme st Coco Salto.
Kobbe vs. Albrook at 4:30 p.m.
at, Kobbe.

after a poor seaion, Baty took
personal charge. of the series with
a record-tying. 12 bite.. Among
them were two hMers, two tri triples
ples triples and a double for 23 total
bases which erased Babe Ruth's
six-game- mark of .19 total bases
set in 1923.
, The' kid .whose nature demands
a bailee-at the jackpot, got alife
when he wastraded to Detroit. He
has confidence. So thosC,, who
'MOW him weren't too surpris.c
that Martin's hit-should win the

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cuEuNotr LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS DOdgeis 'rate the- Champions' of the ch chrundu
rundu chrundu Little League;',,T,he Dodgers, wou the sec d 'half and defeated the Braves, winner of
the ist half In a playoff for the Championship First rovi (left to rightW Bob Hall, Newton
Cobb, Steve Clarke, Clay Taul,i Bob Russell, .Batboy Bill Wilcox, Tom Reyei; Joe Bremer., Back Backrow
row Backrow (left .to right);,Managec Bob Russell, Marion Street, Justo Velez,' Bill Reichart; Dan Thoth
as, Roy Miller, Fete Benson, Dick Bacot, Frank, Finlason, Coach Ra Miller. 1:, 4' ''':,
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HAMMER GREETS PROSPECTS
CEDAR FALLS, -Iowa (UP)
ail' Demmer, who recently toolc
over es head football coach 'at
Iowa. gate Teachers, welcomed
more than 60 prospects to Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's opening spring practice.
Hammer' acquainted the Panthers
to the T-formation offense be
brought with him from the Uni.
versity, of Oregon.

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'CUIAIND BRAVES .--,The raves. 1,4 Winners 'of e
row Cleft'to right): Ken Stuckey,larl'Webster, Bob' Cleveland, (
Bill Small, Terry Worsham. Back row (left to Tight): Coach'
Ronnie Evers, Rupert l'urner, Doug-Webster, John Cain, Allan
Bob' Small, Ralph Reyes v.. ,

TWO FOR SIMI '
DURHAM N.C. ,iur)
Sime scored two impressive vie vietories
tories vietories in teading Duke to an easy
victory over Wake Forest and
East Carolina College Thursday in
a -triangular .track,,
won the 100-yard dash.in,1.6 sec seconds
onds seconds and finished first in the 24
with a 21.3 'clocking, r
MASSACHUSETTS HONORED
:NEW YORK (1.11');--. The Colle-I
Otte Basketball Officials'Assn, to-1
day awarded its Sam Schoenfeld
Memorial Award to, the .Univer,
sity of Massachusetts for its'aeth-1
les,. sportsmanship and conduct in,
intercollegiate basketball"
LAROCHE RE.ELECTED
NEW YORK (UP) The Na.
tional ,Football Foundation and
Hall of Fame has re-elected Ches Chester
ter Chester 1. Laroche of New 'York, a
Yale alumnus, as chairman of the
Executive Committee.,

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Monday, April 21, at 6:30
theFort Davis, Gym will come a alive
live alive with the start of the, 1958 At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Area Armed Forces Compa Company
ny Company Level Basketball League
eight teams representing.both the.
Army and t Navy begin,, ompetL
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Heedgnarters and HeadqUarters
Cempany,. USARCARIB School; C
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' Infantry; tit,. 549th MP Company;
A. and Batteries, 764th AAA
Battalion;: Navy Harbor Deense
Unit .and Navy ,Galeta Point, as
well as the Jungle Warfare Train,.
ing Center, will floor teams in the
league :which will last through Ju July
ly July 10..' ,
The league will be played in two
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Hestets, Manager ,Elob Carlin,

will be held between winners and
runners-up of. both rounds to -determine
the -AAF. Champs,
Upn, completion o' league plait
an,A11-Star quintet wi'l be select selected
ed selected from the comp4ing teams to
represent the Atlantic-Area in the
PAAFPost Level League.
Two 'games per night,. three
n'ights a week 'are scheduled to be
played during competition., Game
time for each night's first, game
will be 6:'30 p.m. with the sedond
ga me, getting underway, immedia immediately
tely immediately ollowing the completion of
the first contest.

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Due to one- thing or another.
it had begun to look as if E. M Mean,
ean, Mean, stilt the Mr Blue Chips of
race track equitation, would have
no mount in the upcoming Derby.
Now, of a sudden, he finds him.
set. on Jewel's Reward, one of the
besL Maybe THE best.-
The Rockville Centre capitalist
has become so much a part of the
Derby that the race can earcely
be considered of icial unless he's
in it- Since his debut in '35, he's
won more Derbies than an extra extravagantly
vagantly extravagantly fastidious Aegeon could
use. Anyway, a record, number
(five), ,
Theke days Arcaro i a free
lance rider, as distinguished from
a contract ,rider,. hence 110 in a
position to pick and choose. And
generally be does his ,, picking
early, from' thp ranks of the 2-
year,olds, in fact. s s
Sometimes he picks with remark
able perspicacity. At other times,
not so good. Getting Jewers Re Reward
ward Reward at this rather late date must,
be Marked as I lucky break, grow
ing out of circumstances he had
nothing to do with, and coming
after his personal picks had dis.
appointed.
, Misty Flight was one. Old Pue.
blo another. And most recently,
a thing called Clandestine. Then
there was Nadir, Arcaro could
have had him as at 2-year.old. Did,
in fact, win with him at Belmont
last September. ,
Nadir went on to win the Garden
, State Stake but Arcaro, evidenly
unimpressed with what the out.
size Claiborne colt had shown hiin
switched to MiSty Flight., It was
it costly switch. The winning joc jockey
key jockey picked up 215,000. Misty Flight
ran out, has done nothing since.

May Still Be Right
, Racing people bruise easily.
This was a hisparagement tne
Claiborne people would not be
quick to lorget.- Needed a rider
lot Nadir in the rich Flamingo
last winter and although Arcaro
was availab e they Jpurned his
services, an open rebuke that ekust
have been embarrassing. 4
Nadir was beaten by seven
lengths in the Flamingo and in,1
his first start, since then was beat beaten
en beaten in a sprint at Keeneland last
week,i so it may yet turn out that
Arcaro's appraisal of the colt as
a prospective: Derby winner Avis
correct, 'even' if his judgment as
tO Misty Flight ,wasn't,0--
Sronicallyr.the,,Flaming0, the
way it was run, was to lead to
the eventual. selection Arcaro
as Jewers Reward rider in the
Derby for it was in this rate 'that
Manuel Thin suffered disturb.
ingly revealing disqualification. t,
, Mrsi Elizabeth, Arden Graham
was intlined to, dismiss the loss
of the Flamingo to the spirited
Panamanian's !,,t overzealousness,
but, when 4. the stable returned
here and more disqualifications
followed, the cosmetics queen was
left with,no,alternitive. She Amp,.
ly had to get a less tempestuous
rider. and luckily E., Arcaro was
uncommitted,
In the last call down Jewel's
'Reward .was second ,chol-e to
ky Sullivan in the, winter book at
6.1, But eh ,Silky ,shortened, Witir
Arckro up, they would have auto

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matically vas beaten in his last
outing the odds have undoubtedly
shortened, anyway. By post time
May 3, don't be surprised if Mrs.
Graham's colt is the s, betting I
choice.
A Dataimined Jockey
Na'turally, Yeats is depressed
at being taken et thet
means so much, to me to get a ;
chance to ride in the Derby," he
told us at brealdast 4 month ago
in Florida. "And to ride such a
line one. It is like a beautiful
dream come true."
Except for his turbulenf -nature
and wild daring, the 21-year.old
visitor is an excellent rider.,Last
year he had more than 300 win. :
ners. Only Willie Hartack did bet.
tbr. Once be learns that other
riders and horses have rights, it
will be impossible to fault him.
"Maybe I try too hard,"-.1(ca.
za told us in discussing the nu.
merous reprimands he's received
from stewards. This, of course, is
a basic virtue, and in certain rile.;
ing sectors, a rarity. Too len'
riders who do ,,not try escape um,
noticed. Stilly-the horse player can
know no greater agony -then to
lose becqi's he hOY was fla flagrantly
grantly flagrantly hottest. )

FleAmtador Chooses' T.,-
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Fli6-14a6 Go'll' Team' :':
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For i PAAF Toprney,'-
' five.man tiam t6 represent;
Fort Amador in the Panama A.4
rea Armed Forces Golf Champion.'
ship has been selected, following .',...-
the 1958 Fort Amador post leVel ..
golf tournament. The chamPionshili
, is to be played April 21 and 22 at
Fort Davis and April 24, and 25 at,r ,,-
the Amador links, r: ;'
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' The teeth will be composed' Ot
Mai. Thomas J. Connor, Chaplain ....
,
1(Colonel) H. F. Donovan, Sebern .,
Schlegel, Chief Warrant Officer
1 Raymond R. Crush and Master ;.--
Sergeant Allan A.,Kline., ..
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Major Connor fired a' 72,ho'e to. ',If
tal 'co, 299 to take t,op individual
honors in the post tourney, whit() ..N.
Chaplain,Donotaa';w4s mdealist .. 1.
witiv II. f ., ',0, ... .it
I Both' the cha ain and Schlegel ;::
fired 72bole 308's ,to end up in a A
deadlotk for second place in the :
championship flight.- Crush edged !.:
Out Sgt, Kline; 310 to 311, for 'mirth .4
place honors. in the 'champfontlalp
flight. .'
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f First flight action saw Maj. John. f!,
M. Wright defeat Chief Warrant ;
Olicer Eugene Crowden by the .;
slim margin of 315 to 316. Sergeant :
Thurman W, Napier and Joseph P. ;
Mattutt cunt in with 341 tota s for ft
a third Place tie in the first flight. a ,':
f Col. Albert C. Davies walked o'f 4
With, top laurels in the second, i
flight with .a 348 tottiljor 72 hetes. :
I Sit Viljiam Mederios and CoL 0
1 Hugh P. OSborn were hit closest t
ri,vals with 35? and 360 totals red :
spectively.' :.. -. -, i

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Were made public at the league's award dinner held las,, t Friday ,. k,..L., ......... ...; ....,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,.
earo, stilt the Mr.-. Blue Chips of shortened, anyway. By post time ,., ,- ,
p in at the Mar arita Service -Center. s' '- N ,'-' ;,, ,, , ':.;.,--'.;, , ,:
race track equitation, would have May 3, don't be surprised if Mrs. '-',''
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, 1.1-ven-Thge figures Progved Mike 13urza 'of Mutual of Omaha to be '-, '. ,- : , - 7
- s no mount in the upcoming Derby. Graham's :, colt is the betting -' -,
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the,- league's Stand out sticker.-- He led the league with a bat- -. NEW -1'0.11K (UP. -,-.7. im Norris, :
, Now, of a sudden, he finds him- choice.
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' -, tirig average of ,714, one of the highest ever' made dn this league. controversial .., boxmg promoter, '' ''.;::;,.. ,:-:-:, k '.. .1 ,......,,, : ,i ... .-yl 0 1..;:::.,,,, ,,,, .,,. ,,...,
resigned today as president of ',,::','; I '!".'e:::,.' '?,''' I ,.r,w,: :-',-'-.',.,"J,'.'.:: ,':' r ''''.;.., .",..,.:". I ..:,':':'' ,
seL on Jewel's Reward, one of the .... "'-,,, -' ---- .-, ,. , :
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Naturally, Ycaza' ip. depressed :
., besL Maybe THE best.-' :,-,-,- ,,- .. A ; Daterinined ,,, Jockey. ''
' He also led the pack In tuns batted in with 35, numbe,..r of ,bits
the international boxing,, clubs of .,.. ,:i, -,..,. -..-. p ,,,,,, .:4,: ,.:' ,, : .x,,:. ,,' ,s..1.,,, ,,, 1 :',1 : ', I.,' :,,
' 40,doubles 10 and .was the home run king with 4., ". . :.: : .....i.,.
7 ;'...44..-1- .,. t ,..,. : t- .. : ' s S ,, ,'"'' i $ ', ,.
The Rockville Centre capitalist : - i :' ,s ' -.
means so much, to me' to get a
New 'York and IllinOlS:' '-' ' ' :.,-:,......:..:
.-,i::. N '' ,: has become so much a part of the
'27' .. ;t, -,, ; .'The ,number two stick man was Richard, Carpenter of the
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achtabenciengtotar4ideen i'llnithteh7eribt'y";" filet ;
, polico pais who finished up with an even 500' batting average. f.- Notrrris, ., whhoihtsid beDen tondeenrt :,...:::.::.....!, :.::i:,....,:.:":.7.::::::::::':'''t.'Ts':::-:7:":::- i li.:::.::'::1i!.1'1',:!,:l.' .... ..,,,,,,:.,:::::,.:::::0:-' s.'!,,-,:,,i's.:..' ;- ,.,:::.,:
ora t e us ce epar m Derhy that the race can slarcely
t be considered of icial unless -he's
told us at breakfast ,; month ago ..!.
': Ri h rd also led the league in doubles with 10, and in triples ire
C a .,.'1.r::N' 4 ,, '20-, in iL Since his debut in. '35, he's
ilinnericonreid,alt"Aisdlikt;) .ariciebesauucthifual ;-....1.' ..".,
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' with,, 2. ,'The. third and fourth batters were. Mickey McElhone wona,s:, monopoly,' charges,- said be ss.': '. '1,...1!..!;,......L.s'''.'s :'::,:',"'',.. ''' ,,'1
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won more Derbies ,than an extra.
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Igo of the POliCe'arld Ditkie Roscoe of Coca Cola both record- i quitting the job because of
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, ing i .448 average. Dave Wilder of Coca Cola with a
.440 aver- poor, health. -, -, .... -' .'
"My doctors 'advised" ine last .:' :::'' .'''. : ':',.i 'l .4:'''':'''' :'-' ;-,,,,,egi 't ''' use-Anyway.' a record number
': ,,,, C,fiTvhse)b'e-'. d'a' YE- Ar' 'ar1; i'a:l''''''fre'''. dr4eaxmce'petc'mfoer trhilliet.lui'r-b-u'l"e"n'f'''-ii-a't'u'r'e- '.. ''''. .:
."' age completed ,the first five hitters.,,,, , , , ,,
k'' J In the Important runs batted in column Carpenter wa;'Se'c-. fall foHowing :a severe heart at- : ' .'..,:....'i...',:. ....
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a. nd wild daring, the 21-year-old .-.
-' ' '18 I' II d b Pirate TomMY
, 'ond to Burza with' o owe y. Hickey who taek- t.1) restrict my .. activities 'by : .. ...
:. lance rider, as disthoguished from
visitor is,' an excellent rider., Last :
. ' had 17. Behind Suprza and 'Carpenter in two base hitting' were lessiygnpig as head of .tnis coin
Norrit, said in a state. : a contract !rider,. hence lus in .a
the 2. yttera.r., ohs ehalcibe,
,, o ..... ..... . ..... ... ...... position to pick and choose. And
ners. Onl Willie H
: Crouch of Coca Cola with 9 and- McElhone.'and Heniriquez'-of Pan
m ,I"eare nths a' iltha3: owthiner. .; .
' : the 'Pirates with 7 each Tied with Carpenter for tripe e
1 ader- woent. .4'1 postponed tendering my L.,....,,,,,.,,...,." .. .,.. .... ..., ,......, ..
generally he does his .,, picking
riders and' horses have' rights, it ....
''.'," ship 'Was Tommy Hickey-, with 2 to his credit,',fourteen other resignation at that time; wanting :', .., -,. , .. ,..,. .. ,i .,. .. ,.., , i . .. ,,, ..,, , , ,
to. renew the television nontract 'cuElnou; LITTLE LEAGuE CHAMpIONS ,-;.. Th DOdgeis-rate theY ChamplOns '' of ''. the cu.. yeaeralry,,oldirso min' tihieetra,n,ksi. of .. ..., Y artack did bet., I.-
will be imossible toofa.uairtdh,,i.m,...y.' ,..-,' :',''
Baek, able perspicacity.' At other times, Mavbe' I to b . '
. bOys each hit one triple. - - for bhe Friday night ,..telecasta, rundu Little League;',,T,he Dodgers, won the at eo d 'half and defeated the Braves winner of
r,- -0 In addition to Burza's 4 home7roinis, circnit blows were itis134 which has now been, accomplish-
,, .,,, .,. x , , .. .: the ist half In a playoff for the championship First rovi.' (left to rightW Boh' Ha' II, Newtcm Sometimes he picks 'with', reMark
za tufa u -Au. discussing the nu. s:
,., hit by Crouch .and 'Bender. of: Coca, Cola and, Kenny, Ka,r,pin,,sk. ed,.. ,, ',.-. ,,;. ,.. -,..,, ,..t 1. Cobb, Steve Clarke, Clay TauV Bob Russell, .Batboy Bill Wilcox, Tom Reyes'; Joe Bremer.,
'' of the Police. v i,,...0.-..,, 1.... i',; ,, yt,, ,.. .. ,, .. ,'''' ' '''''' .,''' ... ''' ' row (left to right);...manager 1301) Russell, Marion Street, Just Velet,'Bill Reichert, Dan Thom.. not so good., Getting Jewel's Re.
. .''', ward at this rather late date must
--, -,!,-''-- Pitching honors went to Dave Wilder of Coca dela' Whe tiiin-' .,-The, IRC board Of elirectors .met
rag, Roy. Milier.pete..Benson, D,:i..cit Hacost, Frank- Finlason, Coach Raj' Miller. ..: -'r merou s
'' ; ed In' a fine 1.35 earned, run average. Right behind Wilder was. 8 reprimands he's 'received
,- .,,,,, a ,,,,, ,, ... :-. .q .' '-'. be Marked as a lucky break grow
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- Ricardo earlier In the day and f, elected
" Allen ,parkl of Police with a lt6 average and Coleman Truman Gibson", Jr.-, ., .. ,.$ .. from 'stewards This -of. course is , '
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t Sanchez -with, 1.63.. On, the win, arid, lost columns Ricardo San San.
. San. lawYer, as the .'" neW President. t0',.0abigi..:,4igg'ig,::;,ip:a4,.':i'n. t.'.771..,Iii:i,ii!:,:ii5l.i;.':ili',a:MMiK'','::::.,Ei.:;i',i'.:':: ''-::,i;ii'AO,:.'$ nothing to' do ; with, and, miming ; .. ue, an n certain rile; ,,,.
- 'chez wag toPsman with 8 runs and 1103 losses,' Police's Will vvim G th s o n wai elected executive
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egerssectors,'. a rarity,. Too len. ,. ..
' -' With'il,And -2 andMutuars Burzit.' with 8 and 5-- were tbe run-7 viee-nresident last la& '',..... ... t -., ..., ,.... : ;: : ,i .$,;: .7 :, : :,., I:: ::.
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' ...ririttip.I John ,Sa,nders of ,the, Elks turned in a 6- and 4 record. -. The IRC., whit made -the SF. t.!:::3:ilii.:::Mi,iiiii.o.ig:i;.T.I:i.:kAi;:kR:,::4!!:,.::41:::!:,:n:S.pi,Wil;:l: ,,:;:.;.:...i.iii.i,:.,iii::::',.,.Ni:,!:):6:1:i:1;i,::::!ii!:Ii:lt:i:.i.:..:;!,,:,:k:i:::'.:::iiq4,i::::. :..-:iAi::.ii,1:
:,: Misty Flight was one.' Old,Pue. i Irtthere horse 'player can .....
know no agony, then', to
. ... , ." StrikeOut king of the league was .Mike, Burza who sent:103 notincement,- said Norris- was fish..
, ti.:'i:.::J,..:;ii,:'-',:','qi'ai,'',,,-'i;i.',,',M:.tAiM:.::1.:k:::::ar',i:.,:::,:C.!:i,,:;:::::;;:::::;,!::,.'n.::n:::.:::.,:;,::..':',;;..:i;P;:'''';',.:i.'V,',.:i ::::;,,:,;',:,...l..g blo another.-, And most recently, lose becag ,a he boy ,was .-- fla...' "' '
''.. m'en down swinging.' Greg nakallS011 of Legion -lollowed.' c. y a d
-losel in., n hit boat tomewhere off toe :,:.::...,,.:...,, ,,,...:i:,,,,,:..:.,',,i:,,::..,:,.,:.1,i,,:,,i:::,:;:,,,,,i!,'i:::,,:,,:,.,,,:::.:,..,,:,i,.........,,,,,,..,,,,,,:,,:,..,:..,::.:,:,...: ;,:,',:,:,,:iiiii:::::::e--,.., ,...,,:::.,,,,,,:,..:,K,i:,:::,:::,,,..i,,,,i ,,
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' by striking 0ut 98.: Will Will bad- 89 for third spot. , . '' Florida coast an ,- was ;,unav, a ...7,v:::i;:. ':,ii,,i:-,:.:.,,::,' ,:::::,.::::,:,,,,:,::i,,,,,:,:,,,::,. there was Nadir,, Arcaro ,could - - : .'
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' '''' '' ''' ATLANTIC LITTLE, LEAGUE.: .... : ...., -.. 'Norris 'also resigned 'its. I-
' II 3 ' ......'-::,:',,..,:g ..2.:Sai.,.;:i,::.:!.:. have had him as at 2-year-old. Did, F ,., ..,, .. q., ,..,,,,,.... ... ,... ..
,.:,-:;.::-: !'ig',,::4 in fact, win with him at Belmont I
. .;",' .:,. $. - y '',, ''' i- '' '': ', - ',.. rector 'of the IRC tir New york
,, '''''',,,"'''..it:ii, 4A0':",'::''',. last. September. ..,' .. ,... --,-,'.".,',':' eAmadorthoosesf- .,
- : 1958 Batting Records ,--, (34 or More.Times at Bat)... ,.,, and 'was, replaced by Harry -- :,
- ,':i.:,. N.Wg:.:.:iir.in Nadir went on to win the Garden e'.'''',-.,. ' :.".',,..y., ,, 1 .. ' ,'
- ...,,p ... .., .. ... ,,. ,:..... ,, ; '. ,. ..1,.. ;:-... ,( ... .....-,,,.... merknoo..' the plc milliaCir di- -,...,- ..... -,- .--, ..., ,....,K, :,,,x0i,,,,,,,,m,:,,
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. ',,'' .i- .:-.:, ..,1 ,,,: .; ,. ,,i : : ,:' ., SATT, , -'t ,., ',.-.:' ': reetor. 7, Norria swill :. remain ',' as ., .:: ::,,,,: ,::::,..., ,:: : ,::,:,,,.:i.... ,... :. .......4..,',,:s,,,,,:,:i,i:x:a,,,::: State Stake but Arcaro, evidenly
.., ...--- .,. .. ( ) i ft nt Five-., o ,,Team.!-., :.
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,' ',Plain, -'-' Team '... AB H -, AVE.': R RBI ., 2B, 3B HR nreaident. of :
th0Madiso.,,,n Square , .:1:'C'itt,i',':ii:::4"rz"':;:',1isAkol'iV::::::'-; '';:,,t"':'::;;'':.- "'''":' ... 41!:,AN:. '''4).E0 size Claiborne eolt had shown hion ., :".,,, 0 ,,,,,,,, ',..',,,, -, ',. ..,-.' ..
v Burza Mutual.' ''' 58 r.: 40 .' ,214 24 '.,. 35 ', 10 1,...,4; G....dent CorPoration; ..' :. ---.:- ,, :,ii:,:t. ,:i:,,.,': ...t:::,::: :K.:,,:4:.,' -..?,:::!..J.-i:!;:::.,(.1..,, i li..,:.,....,.. k'.,.i;::::i., ,.... ....1,mio: .:,ifo,,.. switched to MiSty'. Flighty; It was
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Carpenter ---- POlie.. ,,' 52 : 26 .500 17 18 4...10 '2 -7: N n r r t .. 1"ho. Madison Souare '',....,..i',..::4 ki'' ::4 '''' 1.- ,.... f',::, '1 1, : : 1.'i! -',,,,, r''':':::.: :'.:U''::.' ; a costly switch. The winning joc- ., 7 ,,,r, A ....: .,., ;
'' MCFAM011e.:-;- Police .',. '. ,, 58 26 .,.., 448 ..;: 27 ...', 8 -..11.." 1 ...,, .. Garden, Cornoration and, the,' In- .'.., : ,.... :, ..,... . ,
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, ?.,:.:: . ... : 1.,,,,,,... ', ..... ,,,.4.,,..,::: .5' .,..,,,:-, key. picked up 215,090:Misty Flight .:, ,, : ,,-., ,- ,,,,., ,. ,,,, ,, ,, , ,. .
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- .. ''R el ,..--,'-',C.C.. ,, ,,'. '' -,... 58 .., 26 ''...4411, 20(..,' 12 5 -, 1 .,,..,i. s, toirational, Poirine. 'globs of ,, New .. ..,!,a-;i
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. ran out, :has:done nothing since. A tive-man team to represent ':.,....
',' ,Wilder ,...,- C.C.', '.:-.',- .; -50 22 ,;.:-A40 ,, 26 ... 5 ,..', 4 :. : 0 .:- Yo-rk :, and .'- Chicago ,-, were ,fou.nd ..:':A.t''Z4:4,i-.:,:. ,.,... ,,,...,-,,,,.....s.,-...-, '' l'::1::::1 -
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.'. Crouch ','' C.C. ':, ''' ., 52 ,..21, -,-.404 ,, 12, 12 : .9 0 ,;-:.1,' Pliny last July 2 .ef, moronolirne ..,;,,,-3,..$'..5sre4i:,,, .. .ir. t i' ill ,ii'-''': .
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' Mayltill 8a Right "..-.. rea Armed Forces Golf 'Champion.',',-
'' ' 59 "' 21' 356 '' 15'' 7 :' 5.'. -- ' chamnionshin ,sf 1g b Vs. Th0, Su.'
' 7i. Brooks -N.,' .;- Elks -". : ., ..., .., .,, ... .....,
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'': .. Alberga '''..--',: Mr,. :l .:4 ...51 1:18, ,,-.353,..,.19 .: -. 8 .. ,' 2 ... nreme .Conrt,' of the Unite4 States .:., :...,14,,,,-1,:,i.' ,::: ,,,,:;tf.,J,:.t.,!,,,,o,....-,..,...e,,...., ;.:,i. .;,t,. .:,,.?..v,:,..,4,,.., .. .1..,.. Racing,. people ,bruise . easily. the 1958 fort 'Amador post leVel TT,' .'
. ', Ka inskr il Pollee. ,,. 43., !;15 ,...349 '',.,105.. '10 ,. 4 ', l',.; l'
. rp .,- hat agreed 'to heal ans,1113C, ap.. 2 .:...?.,., ..4.,. ,, 1-,- ,,,.., ,t,. i... f ,,..,',',ii V ..:::,. .I.:1.,.,,,....: ,,,,. i :1 ...... .. This 'was a oisparagement : tne noll tourriamentlhe champion'ship ,'''''
.'..L.:;::.:',, .;'.'''s ,t",,,,, ,..-.171 1 i f -.. 't:, .:, IP i -i , 41 ; Claiborne. people ,..would. not ,-; be is to be :played April 21 and 22 at'" '.
." Hentines s'..-4., Pit ', !. 52.,y18.. ':,,346,' .' :14 s ,... ,... is ..,.. ., ,..; 51 ,... ... ..
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.:. 41 ,s' 14 .341, .. I5';'-. 10 '...''. 2 ,'-,.7.. '-, .,,,11, ll, -Yea -0 : or,ro.. -winse .,.
'':'':.; '':.4 ','; k:'.:!:: 'IMA.;A; :'.. ;':i:,:,-X.1 ,.::'. (..: 1,.i quick to forget.- Needed- si rider Fort Davis and April 24 and 25 at' ---
Hauser' '. Mutual. 51 .4, 16 : .314 18.'1 8 ...', 3 -- ',. .., .. r.','Itea ,:.., 01441, p, 1 l-mn ton, ,., : tig:;i'::;' -,.;,,: ::.:: ,..a:::::::i,::,::::,,f.:::::il:.:., :::::,. 4 4.,...: .:.: '
- foi Nadir In the -rich Flamingo the Amador links, .1:
,.. .,,,, ... la 308 7 ,.' 7 .,- .. 2 t. r i -,, .Irf :.also..bas large. interests, h last winter H.and. although Arcaro :. : , ., .. -: -,,I. :
, !,. na..auson .-.-.- Legion .,, ;52 ... .,, yt., 4, a ,,.... stvoison e,,,i,.., il.,,,,A ,,I. .0,4..0 .,,......1 -''"'- ':',:':''s,A':., y.i ., 3 .(::. ;,.. was availab e they spurned ',':..' his -,; The teed' will be tomposid' 'Of ...'
1- .' Dockery...0 Mutual,. '- ..:.,i .; 59 -1.18 '.',,' .305 20 '' 9 .. 3 -1 ',- ..' q, a.. 0 . P .thf 5 .'
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HiCkeY 'P'''; Pirates. ., ..."; 67 :'. 20 ..,' .299 15 ;17 ..;' 4 ; 2. c 1.1"llren1.71., T 11.4113. 'Irvin and e '." ', .::',' if f:, .. services, an open rebuke that M,ust Mai. Thomas 3; Connor, Chaplain ':.' .
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. , - 6 -,2 -,..,,,' : n 01 ,4 'A vynnte;, ,,,TTe.), ,nwnt the ,.,:' have been embarrassing..--,,i (Colonel), H. 'F.', Donovan;', Sebern -.
. ,:'' Urriola --, Pirates.",; v. '''' 54 ,. 16 ..'l! 4296 2 .., 7 ; .11 -..:--. , ',''" Chicavi 431aek 7lawks of the'N ''.' '' ,'I.Nadir tvas beaten '.; by seven! Schlegel, Chief ',Virarrant ,' Officer :''. .'
'., ".' Sanchez '-,--;- :Coca Cola., 414 i13 !, .295 '' .15.: '' 5 -..' 1 '..-!,. :. -...,,,, ''.. , a. ,,
, , nnItu, Hompv !PAPUA N114 Plelli- ,, : lengths in ,the-,-, Flamingo ., and int Raymond 11,.' Crush' ', and IVIaster .,.-- ..: ;
Mottle P.-,.;-.,!Elks'.',-;''. ',. 57 ''' '. 16 ., 3281 '1-'12 -,..s.-1. 3 '.,' ... 2 ,.",.,, hers Of hit':familg.,hove- interests -', his first start, since then was beat.' Sergeant Allan A., Kline.,,..7. .'.., ,.
. .'. Brookt,:r, '...--Elks'.',. ...; 48 :1 13 ;1.271 ;,. 10. 7 ,.::, ,:7' '. .i in,,tho 'N 3, k R I '
en in- a sprint' at Keeneland, last ..' .. ., -, , .
, , .,.; , en, or an.gers,- an,
-I lvturray,r.'.. Pirates. . 57 '. 15. .261 l' T". 7 .7., ,.! !, -k',... lal.,ropl...linkwings .... ,,., .; .., ,:.
- week,t so it may yet turn out that ',-Majer Connor fired a' 72-ho'e to.'''.1
.'1, Paboit'; Ilks..- 4 ....- 7. -.;59 ', 15 4: ', .254 '10 l' 11 : ;4... .21 V ., 7 N b bo In ''''' I '' ' Arcaro's appraisal of the eolt aii tal ''o,'' 299 to take top 'individual '',
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'' 1311118911::4.L.,.! Mutual g ,,,. ,.... 56 ', ., 14 -"..,....250 19 i, 9 I ., 5 ...... 1 .. i, '. nromoter, in .1949 when Jo Lout
, e 8 a prospctive: Derby winner .wos honors in .the post tourney, whint,,,,s -..
. Park ,4.,' Pollee. ,;....:'.1..., 45 4 '-' 11 -:. : .244 .... 12 -. 10 ', 4 '..I. "... ''.- retired as besvuweiobt ohs mnino.' correct, 'even. if his judgment as Chaplain,Drmotait':Was mdealist l'
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' McLeod,', C.Cf. ;J... f, i!..,.37 'i i .,243 ,,,10.6.11.6 ..;,!..... 2 -.' .,........., 7,ouis signed 'i the r, leading. .. chal. ' 11" '' '' -4-' "'' ti ' .' - '-' ''''' ti; '' '' ' ''.'" ' ' ' ..
,,c,... ;,,, 1.,.. ,4,.- tnitilisty Flight ,waan 'L....1,f,, y ..., ritia .0, kr3..t:; wo ,-.0,-,,',: .-''., :...... it ..
. ' Christoph; Zrates.' ,,,,:.. 54 -- ) '13 i'. !,--241...f. 211, !,: : 2 o'' 2 :
. ''''.''''' lonoeri tecontratts L'antl .ioineti CUIUND BRAVES ,-, The rayei 1,4 tivinnernUf e 'Cirthiciti 'tittle league' lst half., Frork- iltionicallyy...the,,,Flaming0,!. ...the .'''.''',"', --,,,,,,,,:,...,..... ', -,,...,..,, it
' ' McBride. ...Legion- .... 42. 'AA) ) .238 ,11 to 1 4, 1 ,, -:-..f ;,;, '... .- Norris at I iinortner, In the tiro- row : Cleft to right) :- Ken, Stuekey, 'Earl' Webster, Bob' Cleveland, Charierrurner, Lyle' Fickham,,,, way it was ;VC,' was to lead to :' Botlf the chaplain and Schlegel ::: ,
:: ''. Will W.,-,e Felice... ....'i," 61 i 14 .':' .230 16 ka,1 9 ,,',... 4 ''! '-,''',' motion.'. Sinee that', time. '' Norris Bill Smail,'Terry Worsham. Back row, (left to Tight) :,'.. Coach Tony f, frangionL, Jim,;113ovitn, the' eventual'. selection ,.ol-Arcaro fired 72.bole 308's -to end up in a -,,
', barber ',,,:Plice, ii '. '. '....44 10 .227.5', ,, T ,',f,.., 8 ',. -, '. ', has bronoted a. mest!of the, 'title Ronnie Evers,: Rupert ,'I'urnet Doug -Webster,- ,Tohn Cain,, 'Allan Heateta, Manager ,Sob Carlin,. as Jewers Reward rider In the deadloa for second place in the ..,, -,
'''-'' coffin' ;,-4,, Legion .-' .;. 1 ..e 44 '-'! 10 ..227 ''' 3 :,. 6 '', : 2 ',' 1 ':,'--',- fights in the United States.4, ....,), Bob' Small.' Ralph Reyes ;; ., ,i, .,, . , ;.... ; ,, ., ,:..., .. ,:., .1, .:.. ., .:!.. ,,, ,, , ,1,. : Derby for 'it was, hi ,this rate 'that championship flight. ',. Crush' edged ...:4
Sanders, Jo., ,,-7-' Elks,. :., 49 .:,11 --.....224 ,-, 12.,,',-,......... 2 -,,,, 4,;.." 1 ;..;ii, : '..,',r -, ,,,.. ',. o
.. ...,, .,,, ...., .,., .. ,, , ,, .. ..,, .. : ... .. ,, , ,... .,,.., ..,.. .:., ., ,. ,,; .. ., ,. ,, .., ,.., .,,, ; Manuel: Yeitza sultered ii disturb., Out Sgt Kling; 310 to 311, for 'mirth ; 4
t ; .; Blait,,,,74-414f0011, ; ,,,, ,,' .., it '',12 ;,, .222 '. .: 5 :.r 4 ..,, 5 e,. 0:,. ingl ; revealing 'disoualification '..,t, lace honor in 'cb ''o hi
,- ' : Pa ,, a. 1, t , '" ., -, s' AW .4',. .' ' .. .1 .....1 will be held betWeen winners and Y' .- p s., the ampt ni .p 1 ..
, .. Iklbtta 14.--,,,!, Pirates., .0...4 ..,,'. 55 12 .- 418 lg.' .,1::. ......',..., ...:, ,,',..
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ealt ommaq po :: :':, an o,'Leyel- rumiers-up of,both rounds tn...--de...,, ,b1hsi: Elizabeth' Arden ,,Graham flight, ., ...,. -..) ..,-,.:, ,....:::............. 2.....,;
,, i Campbell .., C.C., ;'. ,;,, 52 ', 11. ';,21.2 .; .12'.; 5 '!- -1 .?. I ,;.! 1,,.:.,, ,, ,... ,,,, :.,,,. .-..,,,..', ,' .... , s '. ,terminethe -AAK,Champa, ...'...: , was intlined,, to-,41ismiss the, loss '..-,..,.... ." ..., --.. !'... ... .4
, : Iiighley r'L-.1vIutual.','' ''. 33 7 ',: .200 .', 3 ,-....1. ) -;,:...,' ,..,:. till!. 17. id-i .:'.''''"; '""'-.'-'''''''''''''' '''' B k lb .11' L. ...,,-., ., Upn, completion. ot jeague plajt of the, flamingo to the spirited ; First flight action saw Maj. John, ,
. ,. , ., , .. Panamailian's ,,,, overzealousness, M,' -Wright defeat' Chief Warr nt I
-, :' Wibeig;'::--4,. ,P,irates,.., .: :., 34', 7 ...; .206 ?.. .2'2i,,..3 ',. 1 !,.., ..-,,,.-t'. e (sr ..,,eriesy,' ',-,''',:-' 7' --7, -:":,:,--,,::,7-7 as e a ,,,, eaque-::tk an-All-Star quintet:WI be, select. b t h th t bl tti d 01' E a
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2..-';'; McClelland -''..- C-9....; : ...49 1.10 ..,...204 12 3 -,, '3 .. -'.., -: ..' .' 1,-- '',' ..i. TWO FOR' SIMI '''' ''''' '''4''' .' --',. ., ed from. the competing teams to
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' '.: Crump. '.,,;,-- Police ..-:, .,. 6 .. 57 -1,1 ',., .193 ,. 21 ,. ...: 4 ... ', !..-,.,',,'.. nen' -' ". ' ''' r' ''''' . '' '''' '''''';'. 1---- I 13 I II .ct ,,, represent the Atlantic-Area' in ,the here and ,,more disqualifications slim -margin of 315, to 316. Sergeant ,.' ...
: '.. Shirk -...4',',' Legioit.',,.2.1;., 4. :. 53 4110 ..- : .189 .' ..9 ..4, 7 3 '....,, ....... ,J ins Tomorrow ,:,,4 DURHAM,. --N.C. :(upy ,,-,,,Have o egin 'on ay-, PAAYPost Level League.' .. ,, folloWed, 'the cosmetics .queen was 'Thurman 1V4. Napier end Joseph P. I :...
,,,, : De130yrie ,...... Elks .''. ..,,:,,-, -.., ',.., 54, .'..':10 185 ..1, 5 ..''',.: 4 :,,..! 1 .7....,' '. ,;. ,.',. -.- -. '':7- ;.; '.' ';',',.,i,.. ,' .-.,
,..., 1 .; ,,, Sime scored.- two -impressive Ivic. ......... s 7 .. ,,,. ., ,,,, .........
, . , ,.,, , '! left withno,alternativeShe Amp,. Mattut carnt in with 341 tote's for t
:','..',' :Sandera It';'-".L. Mutual: .. 38 ..;: 7 .18i ''',' 5 '.. ', 5 1 .'.. '.. THi 'Caribbean Conimand Ca:- toile" in teading Duke. to an easy ,! .,..,,..., .: .- ..', '. ,1 -...' ,'. .. Two-games per night,' : t h r e'e 1 ly had to get a less tempestuous. a. third I 1 h f '''''''' '
nIghts 'a week i hed -I, d t b I p ace tie n t e irst flight -4
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a e st u e o e rider.,,,,and Itickily. E., Arcaro was '.' COL' Albert C, Devieswalked o'f .4- '...
' Rchriah ...--, Legion. -.L.,. i...'..... 45 !,, 8, .':1711......,..10. 1 2 1 -..,' nal Zone-,Little ,! League World
,,,, ak .' Forest ''. and "' Wilda A ril 21 at .6:30. iii
victory Jiver W e , 1', P P ol ved d I
ur ng competition.: Game uncommitted, '. ': : .; ..., With top laurels ''' in ',,,the 'second,: $ I.' :
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this East Carolina g , time- for ea,ch night's first 'game '' In th
. a ',, triangular ,-track, meet Sim live with the,start of the;1958 At- e. as ca own ewe s, g wi a o or es. '..,
I' 't 11 d J P i ht th 348 t tar 72 h I '
, .;'.-.' Hutchings -...,-, C.C......... t ,. 49 .-.;, 8 --163 ,...5 .: s, 8 2 .;, 1 .'...71; afterrio0n- at Curundu nu on ' h d
p .. Evans -.,... Mutual., ..... A'-1 A:40 ...., 6 ',., 150 .... 6 f...-',., 3 .....-., 1 ,, 1: the Atlantic side.. Althotigh the wor.,1 t e 100-yard ash, hi.36 see- : ..,se
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n will be 6:30 pxt. with the seeond 'Reward iwas second,chole-e to til..1 It Viljiam Mederios and CoL ,,i -:
Levert "Basketball Lesague irs; ,Igs me. getting underway, immedia- ky.Sullivan in the, winter book at Hugh P.; OSborne were hit closest ---''
;,,,.. 1 Colhert ,-,Elks. ,J; ,,. ...s' 43 p., 8 .!..140 '": 9 ,.:'' 2 '' : '... '. : '1 series. is the first' of its kind in'
on s and finished first, in the, 220 y
, '- Clement ,-, Legion. .44'..-" 6. ". .136 -. 9- ''..' 1 --7.' 2 :',,.-'.-- .--,, the Canal Zone, it is slated to f i ht team re r ti both' th .'
1,,yith.,,,,a,.,,,21.3,,',clopking...:!... : .. , e g s p esen pg. e .tely 'ollowing the completion '.', of 6.1. But, ai,Silky ;shortened, With. rivals 'with' 35? and 380 totals rei .. 4. '....
the first contest. .'.. -, ' Arcaro top th artiuld have auto spectively. ",, .., -- .,. : .i.
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..... r. ; ,-- .,-,',, --.., Army .and t Navy,,1 begin, ompeto. - A i .. ,J
: s. Rietkohl- .- Mutual.:;.; '; .; 36 ;.; 4 ...; All f 9 ,.. 2 '.' 1..... : ...s. ) be,- a '-'yearly,,oceurrence from misiAc- 'ill". .', ,tion .: '4' .'.. .. ..,-'.. .'" ''..7"'t" '1,, ':' ,,.. ("''' -- '. -.- '', t -.4 ---.';.1--.....; '. ',,,,',',,:'-'.s.. r, ',4,,,';, i:,, -:-,';.,,',' ,'''-'. 2 ,'' P- -. ,- '', i .- k '
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. ',:. 't , '-'. 1956 P1TCHLNG RECORDS - - first s ana secona place teams Memorial Award to the Univer Infantry; th 549th MP Company: 1 : . 1 , - ,,
. ; ,----'------ - .' ''- - will be awarded.' ', sity of Massachusetta for its .leth;' A. and li' Batteries, 764th AAA ' : ; ,,' '-, ' 4 1 ,
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, ,,. .. -.,. (14 or More Innings) : s' :'"'-' ''''' '' 1 ' ''' ics,J sportsmanship and conduct in, Battalion;" ,Navy Harbor De'ense . ' ' ''' : .
, , 2- .. , A The following teams Will comj Intercollegiate basketball." ; Unit and ,Navy ,Galeta Point, as 1 '''' ; : ', , .. ,,,, a r ; t
, 1 , ,, , INN."' - ,' Elt. tiete',' in', the series; Curundu , ,- .'' '1, well as the Jungle :Warfare Train, '''' :1 '' ' 6 ' '''' .'' -' '' ' .' :' ';" ,4 ;. :,,,,,
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-Name .,--, Team. .. ; PIT.,;.R, Lit. BB SO '' H Ws., L AVE.: Dodgers. Coco Solito nibs. Fort LAROCHE RE.ELECTED ing Center, win floor teamS irt the S, ,- 1 ', '.. ,' '.' ,: ' -'- -,. -, , '611
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; Wilder -,,'. C.C. ,, . 30 7 21 ',. 48 14111 4 ., 1 13548 Kobbe Panthers and the AlbrOOk NEW yORK (UP) -' The Na. league which will last through Ju. -,,
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' : Riefkohl f- Mutual 15-33 5 r 3 11, '; 14 t Lo231 , ,,, ter 1. Laroche of New -York, a The league will be played in two ,, ,' ,, 'L i(o, f Or' ,: ,- ': :. ' ', N. k
. Ntiuser, ,,'Mutual,' ;,,'15-13 A 5 ':-15 ''' 13 .;ir:1-., l',4' '1.9608 ',The schedule is as follows: Yale alumnus, as chairman of the halves or double round robin.- A -: r 1,4 No, Ar , .,, ,, ,, , , , i-."-k
,. ',. Will ,-0-'-,Police. ,,,, ,.' SO.,' ---" 22 .., 32 ,. SS ', 53 8A .2 2.20 Aoril- 19: Curundu 'vs, Kobbe Executive Committee., .0 double elimination tournament .. ,.
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, Hickey ,,-"Apirates; 49-13 '721' 44 63 39 4 6 ', 2.555 at 2:30, P-m, at, Curundll, C0e0 , ' k ,' ' ,.. . -, ,- l1S-, -''', ., ',: EXF,'RESS ,CARGO SERVICE, 'FROM U. S.
. enders ,,lo,,,Elke 56-13t'' 24 19 (-, 64 5 56 8 : 4. 2 5577 Solito vS' Albrook at 210 p.m. -- -- ' ; -: ::- :' ATLANTIC PORTS. TO THE REPUBLIC OF .
. Karpinski --1, Police 27-23, :,13 16 46 13 4 3 ., 2.8261 at Coco Solito., : - ,, - -;
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: Bender -,i- C.C. I ,,, 29-23, 16 :' 24 ',41:' 22 s, 4 4 ., 1 :3.2432 Aoril 23; Albrook Vs. Curundu '
' PANAMA AND, CANAL4-ZONE. 'ACCEPTING ,
, at 4:30 p.m. at Albrook.
Kobbis
, Alberga ,,,, Pirates. 56-23 35 i 22 68 73- 2 .. 3.7102 ,, CARGO FOR:WEST COAST 'OF SOUTH
vs. axe &flit at 4:30 Pm. at
' Hakanson ,--, Legion 66 , 44-' 58 c 98 71 2 10 .' 4.0000
. Brooks- N. -- Elks. 48-13 .' 45 22 49, 71 2 -, 6 5.5901
Kolbe. .,: , ... . .-, ,, ,
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'' : crappy Billy t artin Proves
S Athro.k vs. Kobbe at 210 P.m- ','N,,-' ' ,, ,, , , ,,
, ,,,, t,, a ., v. Ott more
70 in res Annuall on gaff!! s Accounts .,-, r, ., . J,. .,.
at Albroos, 1 rays 0 te I, y ., g ,,, ..
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. . v.1.20(ilo Solito at 4:30. p.m. at : ; ,
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JNITIAL DEPOS1T;$5 00 NIA itA ' ,
. Av 4 -18 -- Apr.' ..20 .; ., Apr., 25 May 1 ,,
, Apr. ,' 28-,' --May t. i! : May '; 7. ', : :
--.' '. e s :Still ri
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Jreat Itch' Piayer May 3:,' Curundu vs. ,Albrook ' 2 , ..,. -, ,, .. .,!, .: : SANTA,' 'I'LRESA ....... Apt,, 28
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., w., I :' ',' , a 7,--. ,,. Solito vs. Kobbe at F-30 p.m. at rnak..i.1oin. s with guarantees on first mortgages
. .,,,., ,, : ... : PASSENGER SERVICE ,- '. c !, .- '''' ' '
, Cora' Solito , ,,, '.,' i' ,,
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; ,1.,Iig OSCAR FRALEY I led Oakland manager w- destined or other securities ,, '', -1.' ,,,
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- Mar 7: Coco Solito vs. Curtin- '' '' -"., -'- .."- , ,' ' '' ':), A ':' '''. ' -, ', ' t i , ', .- -' I..- : '' ',.,
, , ,, l to attain .managerial greatness du ,st 4:30 pm at Coco SOlito.
- ' NEW 'YORK i UPI-- : rite one with the Yankees ,s-i'. sMashed I b '.. Co.'" Ca a an ,'- '
'' .... 25'. '''' SO $1 C3' d'k5 03 :. - Pananri to" Ecuador,' Peru & Chile .----',. --',: :Panama to New York'
t Kobbe vs.. Albroo' k ai 4:30 p.m., ,- .. ...
' 7 line was buried in the I ood oi him, ,,' ,
' at Kobbe. - ','. ' -f '' '' '' ' ',. '''''' '',, SANTA LUISA ,'..' s'....' .,' ,.; Apr. 24 .- SANTA CECILIA ...... .... Apr. 23 '',"
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;' opening day baseball copy but it That defiance, is much as any. ,,, -- ) ' ' a t ,
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' Billy Martin., ,-
'' SANTA ISABEL ,...,;... ' May 1 SANTA MARIA ' Apr 30
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'HAMMER GREETS PROSPECTS
t'. 1' Those 1iew letterg prociainied to Two years' ato he Wei: labeled - ,, FORTNIQHTLY' PASSENGER 4ND CAR CO SERVICE FROM UNITED STATES,
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CEvAR FALLS, -Iowa (UP) -, ; 4 , r ?...- ', PACIFIC COAST PORTS DIRECT FROM LOS. ANGELES ,TO THE REPUBLIC OF ',
' Billy-Martin still was at it. His the ,"best clutch player on the
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,Bill Hammer, who recently took' ''' ', : ; ,, '; ', : ', ' a
- single grove, home the run' wince Yankees." But in the front or lee over ss head football coach 'at Pk,NAMA'AND CANAL ZONE... ", ,
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, successfully opened the season for they didn't like him. 'He didn t .
, ligers. --, "' 5":' 'conform to the demanded Yankee Iowa. State Teachers, welcomed :de-p6ii is iire.o'ccep' teikiir-u-a"period' ,
, tne Detroit more than 60 prospects to Thurs. ', ',, k,' .Z: :- '' 1 ,' '' ,r- Sails, ., Sails i Sails , Arrives '
, -, 1,t must have produced mixed' pattern of off-field :anonymity. '-' ' Of 481 , .
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Billy was an extrovert who liken daY's opening s p r i n g practice. .
0 ',' reactions in places like New Yoric,
Ham er' a u i t d th P thers , - .' e. ,.. .' ' ' Vancouver ,S. Franc o os ge es - a oa !.
; 1'v ashington and Kansas City. r- the bright lights and, the accuse
, 1 to the T-formation offense be , ' - ., 1 ' p
- i i ,Among the Yankees, who trad- tior. weut, lured Mickey Mantle on SANTA FLAVIA, '.. : 'kpi ,.11 kpr ' 22 Apr ', 25 ,May ,- ,' 3 i
a brought with him from the Uni. Individual srfety 'deposit ,boxes;for, leweyy and .,
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- ed ,- him away last season; to the primrose path. s , .- 6
versi y, regon. ... ,,
SANTA ELIANA Or 27 May ,, 7 : '' MaY 10 AlaY 18 a
f Washingtkon manager Cookie Lev- ,It boiled to a head when Mar- documents in 4 different sizes., .. .,
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' ', sgetto who was Billy the Kid's tin, 'Mantle Hank Bauer,, White r , - .,- - '
I : ,SANTA ADELA ' May. .12- May '22 ', May : 2A ; Jun. 2 ''' ''
, roommate at Oakland in -the long I Ford, Yogi Berra and Johnny after a poor season, Billy took -- ,-,. , -, 0
, ago; and at Kansas City, from Kucks' became embroi ed In an Personal charge of the series with pFricE ,1N PANAMA' ,, COLON BRANCH: ,,,, ', SAN 1 A LtUNUK' 4 4 '. ". May 30 '; Jun 6 -,' JIIIL. 4. :: 9 'inn. 17 :: 1' .-
,, wneti he wad Bent t,0 Detroit last after-hours fracas at the Cope. a record-tying 12 ,' hits., Among 109 CentrarAve. at t ', :Front St. at -corner ',,:': I 1 ' ',' 4 ,, -- -', , z w
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Each equipped with 27,000 cubic, feet refrigerated cargo space. ' .
, November.- - ... Martin was doomed, them were two homers, two tri- .. n f "r St et el -tit St ' ", -'
, cor er o re ,. $ ,,,
', .1 Something Extra ,, t podenod to Athletics pies and a double for 23 total , -, ',', -., , .,,,,, -, '. --. , '' - - ' t it
4 IkAold all of them that the Without consulting Stengel, the bases which erased Babe Ruth's ,, , ', ' '' ' FOR FURTHER -INFORMATION APPLY: 1 ,,
. SeraPPY,,skinny guy still has the 1 front q fice peddled Martin t, six-game mark of 19 total bases .. Os A De ROUX, , CARLOS, Mai) ., 4
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a ; "something' extra" which made Kansas City, It was g move which set in 1923. ' ', 4 iManager,, : 4 t,1'' Sub-Manater ,,',' f ..
I bim Casey Stengel's' ':boy" whenl may have cost them the',subse,. The' kid 'whose nature demands '' 4.. -", ' '' , ',, I
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, 13 years ago4 Those were the Braves. A ''' jockeying, nagging, when he wastraded to Detroit. He P4 P,
days when the scrawny .16-year,' battling Martin, just 'might have has confidence. So those:. who t, FrOm 8:00 a,m. to 12:30 P-m -1 J ..
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, oil with a battered drug store I turned the tide'. 'MOW him weren't too surprissc -. ,, 4:i-- ,' -4, a ' :
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4t glove and a scarecrow uniform : Dat?ling World. Series play al- that Martin's hit-should win the ' ''''' , ' 2159 a PANAMA 20556--2-0557CRISTORns, 2131-2135 BALBOA 21-4--
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LIAV To Challenge
13ecentjury Award
bf $469,1)0
.DETROIT UP), ,The United
Auto Workers Union said today it
would challenge a Jury award of
$400,000 damages to a scrapmetal
dealer it had accused of being in involved
volved involved in the 1948 shooting of
UAW President Walter Reuther
A Circuit -Court Jury, of four
men and eight women returned
the judgement against the union
tad four of ite representatives
late yesterday. The' decision
maxed five months of trial and a
day and a halt of deliberation by
thp Jury.
Carl Renda was arrested in 1954
and charged with conspiracy in
the shotgun attack on 'Reuther
April 20, 1948, while the union
thief stood M the ldtchen 9( his
home.
The rAharges were later dis-1
missed' and Benda freed when the
lehiel witness against him, Donald
T. Ritchie. Bed, Detroit to his na native
tive native Canada
confession..
Renda sued the 'union' in& local
and Mate, police -officers; for
$4,500,000, charging be was mali maliciously
ciously maliciously prosecuted- But by ,the
time the trial went to the Jury
late Tuesday charges against all
but ens police ,officer were dis dismissed
missed dismissed and the damages sought
had,been reduced to three million
,dollars.
Reuther himself refused to emu.
1
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REDS PLAN CYCLOTRON ;
e VIENNA (UP) Russia, al alleady
leady alleady in possesion of the largest
' .cyclotron in the world, is plan plan.
. plan. ming a new one vtith a capacity
of 50 billion volts, W., Sterling
Cole said ''lat night. C o e,
'general director of the' Interna,
'tional Atomic Energy Agency, has
'just returned from an -official
'visit to the, 'Soviet Union, where,
'be saw a seven-billion-vlt
'tron being used for research in
stomk power ,,for peaceful use.
Coif said the eyclotron he saw
' is presently he world's largest.
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, 4400,000 damages to a scrap-metait FOR 3ENT One bedroom agb-I
' toe upholasaNd toctifnal "Vine. Lie'. Diego S. Garcia MOW
dealer it had accused of being in-
partment view to the sea, cool. be 7-6 in eight innings.
tett tki t I ocn Pan. tom set Margaritt 3-23E5. FOR $ALE Five pieces uses go, 1).0- -on ,
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' A Circuit -Court jury, of four!
ousl N '1'22' I d t $225 00 I Sol oo Y '', casionili chairs, 3 cherry rod, 2 ..ash
1 Soo !roc , ton's II.S. Army Signe; ,Service t arderia Infanta in David."
2 feet by S feet, no glass, '' ,........., six) . ,
' Mati 'and eight women returned , , , ,,,.:,;,,,, I 35511 after 5;30 r.m. rf. ,.. hothouse $35.00 each -or one 55 11 I drum, about .. ritcr'.'1!,11t JO. Gif3,1.,..si
NV TATION number,
' -11e -e-a---m- f -o--m--p- -e- -ii -n- - ate-
team tmdefeated in tourney ,ac- I.-- .. i 1111 011 01 St --1.... Viret IT q. Army Pfinani Irbil

. !TAW Practirlant Ift. Ponth !- 1 time sedan. good COnalrien Ana I T".. -; 7-7Z FOR SALE I.. aventutted toe- I o ' I ; .4 e I ants wawa almoncu LULIU g

, rt- ,"-nt "Irt:F4vv"141uvv3Imiillutt VilUVal vases, OR SALE '$3
, e yes er ay. e decision ell 1.s my .oss ofl u Fur' -"' -"' -"" 1 ,, beat cote
Gen Balboa 1401 a,. u.a aaco,su4S.- 1
, trh, rni,. tu.,1 A 4, son fo, $60, 6 Venetian blind's 1 ,,s (of.the-road progreSsive Pa r na u a Army ranitilla -A- :
Mercury w(1., the G;trison team t 1
at ow 7 evre. ff.1 I Seco

fr61116 Mt its o. 0.14.f;. I 11 la 11 ristt-bov -11111 1 ' ' -" s"! ..... 2tr 1 oatri. 6E 7 (11:1 -; Vas' mil. crilovet obylk '162166261,66p wit tirlia.1 LTOILL, t

.t maxed five months of trial and a L 111' AS t ,?wr user s, LuAtuu,,,mmu
6116 foot $10.00 each, coat over said today he would invite Soviet rea awe.
; day and a half of deliberation by Hamplonsnip bets Fine condition.; 3-6416 :or 3- Wing, .they svill, be crOwned
6928. champs. However if Garrison h' 1-Photo Enla or
$50.00 eac FOR SALE 6 Amateur radio Premier Nildta Khrushchev to vis-
Third. 11.S.. Army Panama Area
' thp -jury.
should 'win, another game will' be
Lelia 33 mm. Elmer f3.5 lens transmitter, other mist items. it Israel during its 10th anniver- Red' 4
, Fourth: 15th Vaval District.
, Carl Renda was arrested in 1954 yog s Olin" played to determine.the champion
, .1 and charged with conspiracy in
1 nder 113nday ALE 1'956' F rd C $70.00, One 2-Ton,. Air con.
,Fifth; Antilles Area.
Phone 33-5101 Curundst. , sary year.'
vs, sAssr raniamstic nswito' shin 41, i On
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' the shotgun attack on 'Reuther 4 ' ' ' '
'" steering, 'radio, many other or- Thursday night s game saw the t-eyett with , . it ei .P Members of the winning U. S.
April 20, 1948, while the union The 1958 Panama Area Armed trar, 9 passenger. mo e
11 000 .1 s B Company team take advantage switches,- Mc. riot a wsneow tin
1 e., earns,. a
. ,,,... hief stood ,,In the Idtchen 0 '''Townshend 193, 3rd i I Army Panama ,Area Gold 'teaM
a n -.; Sixtly,,,Albrook. AFB. ,. ...
14 1956 'English Ford Ze- of e shoddy Garrison defense to ... S200-00. .. a ..,.,,, .. ,,; I , , .-4 'o and their scores In match number
' home. LI t,- ,
PI his Forces golf championship will De si 8-0.
conducted at Fort Davis Monday p'hyr convertible 0 automatic toe .. pick up five runs in the 'first tn. ; -- .'," 1 ..r '-,,' ''', 'r '','. r, six arca follows:: Sergeant Gras:.
, The rtch
, arges were later dis. and Tuesday and, at Fort Amador
blue. Balboa 1718., 't '' '''' rung. Garrison came 'back ,' with 1776' '' ' -''' ''' ' ' ' - ., 1 240 (18v) Sergeant First Clm,. ;
., -missed' and Renda freed when the A
,,' Street, Herr, Cristobal. rim ,t .a .,,; ..-
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11 24 d 25 ' .,. four runs in the second inning but 1 William MeFeeley,, C. Compak
FOR SALE .--. Beautiful' S Piece WI-
- Chief witness a a pr an a, .".. ;
, ,. ... g mat him, Donald ,, ., ., , : ''-', 9011',SALS'',--, 1950 tillasOn 21,4' B Company picked up' snOtber in '.., 00in ,i. 1111t, I.' per in
ea 4 b dr ''' f t ''' t T
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onors rt
H I RC 1 lst Battle G tip 239 18v), Serg 1
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T Ritchie fled Detroit to hi
i , .. s na. The, tourney, which will deter, door, nor Interior, radio, bester,-,o
i the top 01., the third to take a .:, 6-4 '', rv; I fl rico, Tel , , eant rirst Class Malcom Crowder,'
t tive Canada ".,anci..T.,,epudiated,,his mine the 1958 Panama 1, Armed overdrive, wiry eood ceoditieri t lead. I , !Aeon mon at um ce ,..,.,,,, t:- ., "I ... ;-, ...1.' 74,( ' 0.A I ,4, -0 -:' D Company, ist Baftle Group, Zi-
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, cortfesdion ".--. ..,,,
' ''' ,; 'Forces team and midalitt dram- $295. Call Albrook 6130 lilt, i ' 1 '4'14' 1.' 3-6205.- -1 -,, .- t lo ',, o- '.., '' : ,i' ,..A- k' A t . : Os ,t, , :
Garrisontied-the '.
scyre In tne s 6,-- -6- -0,40 ,-, 't,',. ; ;,, '' ., r :' JI '1. i r
', (2017),' SPeClab qt Third Class litn. I
1 enda sued the ,union incl. local DiOnSt will consist'of team("from ,, 7,8k -s.,-,'' '',-',. s -1. -,-,v-". last of the 'seventh and Bill Reav, '''''FOR SALE --0; 191ninirl'is1: 6 ,1 ' 'Y '''-'; .' i 1'. 'r: t,' ley Wraspiri :,rtar ,Battery, ia r
Is; ., and state, police.--sofficers; for t
' ort Amador Fort ClaytonTort ' iir gave t m thelv ctory
he i
In the cos $50 00 2 bookstands," I s
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mman -4- atc ., 7.
es, o p 1Battl. Group, 2:12 12v) Specialik
-I $4,500,000, charging be was mall. g'' d FIRE SAI.Co.- 1951. Oldsms- 1 Pis
Kobbe, Army Atlantit, Ilav an A eighth inhing wile be Doled a' ball '' 1 "-1 'weed $35.00." Refrla. ., , g'l Aftlefe,'230- (12v) and Speciartst .'.
-, ciously 'prosecuted. But by .the Albrook Air Force Base. ''
bile midallt- '1 hrinnsatit' 0.41" h : msta-t n ' h ', ,' - ' ' s :' n--:., i ',- ': -i' ; Third Chi J 13 CI A ;
time the trial went to the 00..., call past I e outfielders' with the tail. 'orator, 25 cycles;.$35.00, ri ,. ... ','.. 7 .. ',..; , .. I ;11 ' .., c: i as ames emens,
1 itlrY ,., t. I running condition SITS. es loaded 40 drive in the. witnin. , b 1 15, ti 0 $800 olec- . J ,. ; ',,t 1,, V '''''." ' """'.1. i f ,....'' 5.1. : !,4 .,, ComPaiiyi 1st Battle Group, 221!
, ate Tuesday charges against all ,. min 1 .ctive du Davis.' Tel.-2-2316.- i4- ,- f ', t t
i ary personne on a tanv ... ,,,,.... ,, ify 6 ', is s s' 1 1 1 "; l'' '- '''' ' ' '' ' ' (12v). ' !'--
---- ": ' '' ' t ' trig train' "Lionel." $15.00. Ba The U.S. Army Panama Areal five, th. aggregate,match with a ,, -4- ' '' 4., ' t
,, but one police ,officer, were die die'
' die' -I A h el k ty for 90 days or more are eligible ., ., .,' ... '," Chuck 1--
Car-tint Wan ilia vytrInt, tins!L-....... DI... thla 6774 ...1.
MiCeD-- lan th....11 a..10 a t

', I vi,q-ric!, viva Antienon, Inn fAoser. t Apt; 71F.'
peen reamea uree Minion Sisto-fro-fifes;;-"an-d-;;Ils-t-el 13;- I honors sin the USARCARIB,,, Rifle' third place honor's went to Set SetFOR
FOR SetFOR SALI -- 1955 sow v-s Pumas ,Z 5

matenes atm at atm', Immix o .r."111- actin& nervey mama, A COM
' 1 Reuther himself refused to 'coin. sonnel in any proportion. AU nue". 4""1"1 1".".
Third Clain Alfred Afileje, D Com ComPanY,
PanY, ComPanY, tons concerning player eligibility Standard 'shift "6". .." ' ire Ran i this meek b lacin Is
ment on the verdict 1360. ' atever P g t Battle Group ', and Specialist
, will be referred to the chief of SPe- :DottoSeAmilut t(wMitodhos: ,1,lasttsirmenesd) ? in yth
Lau sepnd stndi third e team,
- Servtces U.S. Arm
RE S PLAN CYCLOTRON , r Carib FOR SALE 11154 'Hill 2 U
""' m111,1 eirersetsit'e;01 r boards, tables, chest of 'fritters.- "Petdon. panp lit Battle
Gro9, with 617
IT k Army Pannms Arpa ;V b.A ---
mahogany of white finish, heaci.:
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A., : StatiOn wagon; sight passongar, i kA i Matches held at Fort Kobbe's Enut geant Harvev Woods. A Camnanvi

aresger. All tor $350.00, con 5, vuu aL v s anu Dia and, 41, y's today. i'g- - , ,o
e VIENNA (UP) Russia, al- "eau' Inv uecisum De ers, 2 tenet In perfect condi. mappclitai Lu a 7 Lwow team took top latirels, , , : ,
made by the Panama Armeu, s- ore Tel 3-0129,- - 6324 after 5 e.m.
leady in possesion of the largest match number elk, the team meet ' ." -1 4
' .cyclotron in the world, is plan- es protest committee. , 15th Istrost, Iv hams. ,,, BING MILLER
fen 5850 00
. with'a 1402 total with 92v's Second
Each team will consist of BAT
Y GARRARD CHANGERS
ming a new one vtith a capacity
players as a maximum Foe kALE -- 1956 Ilor4 9 His real firs.tt'narine- 'EtiMi Ind I v ' e went to the ,U.S. Arm Pa,
of 50 billion volts, W., Sterling
- To determine, the PAT' team pautoset Country ,SaSso. Ds, but when he began to hit it went naMa Area Blue team with a 1361 :, ..,
Cole said last night. C o e,
, cham ions h
p t e four lowest Scores : luso model, leather ap ry Bing ,and he ecame BinglMil- ' '" t r
' and. 76vs. The U.S.-! Army Pena- , , f
, -general director of the Interns, u n er-Ameticant e e
HI-FI RecordebangersirRC83 as RC99 e
ma Area Red team garnered the - ' ' ' 's ,r
We now have a ao0d SUOPIY Of famous Garrard .:r eti
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hoists 4, ,, b
on each. teeth will be, combined Sis ,tylinder. standard eltift,,ono ,,,, ler,- one of 'the stars of "6 af Lena!' founahon .r's
, third spot with, a total ,of 1343 and,
tional Atomic Energy Agency, has
-iust roturnod from an -official and the team .with the lowest all- owner le tent,S1,775. Consider Connie Mack's most fabulous eni. 'In

owner en I ywatic Audica a muab IRK1110115 C01.100Maniv 1..77"77 17n lt,fi ., r "W uu '11fr L411 U. 1
MSS reTurnea rrom an -OulCiaif ,:..t

ta the 'Soviet Union. whervi gregate score will be declared thel, eider model is trade. Call Navy, iections of Philadelohilt Athletics 'a eg- '', i Tr e A ists' Den'ts-A,' A'vma 11 1' Pr" r

oe skw, a mevel4Tuun-vult , 1 3 12 4' t. 1 ,ahzu.,t ,wilp 2.2ic T.Ita4u m Iva; I Plirintill 111 Ivildilli I Gold team broke last ,ear's markll - 1- 1 '' '

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Coif sala tat cycanron ,6LtalAuni mucacy tmenrane, BOD
,,' Grove, Jimmy ,'' Dykes,".''Jimmy .....- -... .... "A. lu -IL N." J. 1 ,, J I ,
totol of 644 points. '1'he U.S. Army ; ',- : :17'7 ---r,- '''' ,, I i, , ,,
- is PresentlYthe world's ,lanregelsat.w -721ores "o'fflweirar luav7Riu'Itcheale"vt" 5'125.00 20 et shotgun (Fox)
Foxx. He broke in with Mashing Pk0 una,Area Red and Blue teams ., Central Aye. 2C,10A 7-4. Calidonla ... ..., t. it
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ent of a, tie, an 18-IfoleY.Match play. L" 26" barrel new $50.00:Mr. w. 1
' A,' Norris,. Curundu 3149. '', ' ton in 1921, played also with the
finished second and 'third respec-
', will decide the championship.
1-
,, ...dition. l.- St. Louis Browns in, mid-career tively with 541 and 474 totals..,
. Sergeant James Gray, C Com- , , ,, ,
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- ' '' M' f h" IIS-A Sal
, t.: wec a a ,. 1930 Packard. law" G ,P and 4 wound up his 18-year 'stand
i bast .61 r
,;" pay( barter!, Pow t-nok with the Red Sox. But -12 years
00 Cali Peale
, ' ,', for below 3300.
ndlc,is rmY I9nal
, were with ,,the A's ''''.' and ";.' t h a t's piny, 1st Battle Group, 20th In- ,, ., , , N ,a , , , .. ,,,
fantry captured t o p individual . ,' .. Ft ; .,, ,:. -,:,., v ,,
, ante CopsSoftball" Miguel 4-20h '' 4. e r ', when Ming war at his best. In la- ''
Hu,kon ter years he 'managed in the mi- spoils by copping match.' number ,, .. ;
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., ',... s't 't, FOR SALE '11.'"'' 1?" excstlen; nor' an coac e ', , 1 .,.. .,, , '. ,,. 1 w i, ,, , ..: ,.. ;
. '''' ' Champlanship: -,
Apply in person
.- ,4 : Overdrive, oew topes,
. Whatever happened to' Bing Mil.' its InterLAmericad (Bar Founda- .... ,, , , , t ,i
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' tion. .. ' ''s -
',' mExepneirlioetnened Fen!ale to head,. Salts Depart. ,,,
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' '..Th' e 1.1S. Ar' My 7' Signal Serv' lee '11;temdri,t41";.m'Coall',Redma:1-: 34311''''' leve?r, re has a n6e3w jot ini ph'ile,.
team from Fort Clayton captured ..., I, ,, delphia as in engineer with the The '. 'affairs Of the foundatien
will be managed by a president, w )
vice-president, secretary and trea- - ,,-, , -
,etail, 'atore.- rite 'stating, Qual- I 11
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, the 1958 Panama Area A x m ed ." ,, ,' '-,' - Atlantic Coast Construction Co.,'-a surer.,They will. be elected.' an- ., ifications toge
' ' M t S r ''
- r 0 OT Forces softball chamnionshio last ''',. FOR SALE --'1957 roi'd retrac''
. night by downing the Fort Clayton table Hard ''11' P.IP,e,Ilue'',Outfit.. ,, , ,: ; -,,.,-
1 k nuttily by, the board of directors '' g, 498i p '. th,, -Rer ',with .Photograph. ', Box';',9.,, 1
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of 'the foundation. -, .' aa
Financed. a, '',..;.
- .s ' MS.' Army Garrison nine 2-1.. at .0, 8151 'after, 4 SAL-. , , 0,
, The, foundation :ell -stress edu- : , , . ,,, ,, , ,, v., ,...,,.,
- ' AttIO-KOW ', Fort Gulick.' , '' ' '''''" ' ,,,,,
' '' 'TAKEOVER 'UNDER WAY '
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, 1 TARFAYA, Morocco ,(11P) ----:A 11
rational,' scientific, terary and ' ' t';...'
, - 1 ... imisah la ,' , 1 Royal Moroccan Army unit, has
ib. The gime Wa S a beautiful pitch. Charitable' purposes related to' In- ,. 4 '!. '' I- ", 4. -; ,N '' . - ,, , ,,, :, of
' 1' .. 111eUTP A .0 ,. I anived in this a h
ollt-Pi'll MilrAto0 on k r GOOD, SALARIr ,. tfi
ter-American legal fields. Fowler u , '.!., ... .... .. . N t-

-;--- -- - I uo11 hm AM...wait...I at. eatb, 61 Abel. 1 WIND ILA ofio MA111 ; TfleEk I el W 1 Alta tto,114, 11,024REStitotSoatitra MO' Itott,...1klitatIttnaaat St. 11 t

lport ler a formal takeover from
' ', Icmummo. 1'4 .limecnlallutte'ewZinnirhAucuisilZue5rmti3ii ' ''. -,, '' 11, II', 146kh, 111411":,' ,' ., "Inanish troopii. The unit was the concluded. '. t , I!
.' , ", f.i!aaptlioftbRabat's' ".,armed,forces to ,'
Tickets' foi the concert nt of the Garrison nine. ' 4,
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of :, th,s,,,i.pHILARMCINIC .1- A. ii's'in' as g a ye'. -up 0- n'ily; t''wo''' lilts" '",. '' 6,,,,,A, 14 REi. ..499.,..; .,,;,..-il', Ts,mo roold,..ng ezmocoaaeephi,itnwaelbioewfbwthsep-orout, hberans ,, , . .' '. ' .,- ; ''.,. ';', '' l', I, .' t '.'s ., ---' ', ; '' ,', ' Li 3 ''' k,
, 4 '' one a home run to Carintini and '" '" '' '' '' '' ' agreed to, band over to .the Mor- '. ,' ,'' 1 '' ", ..... ,, ,, , . ', , ,, ,,, ? ,.- ,. ,-, r., ,,, .. ,' ;, I ",,I. A ,, t ', t. ,1- t
SYMPHONIC! ORCHES- struck out 12 men without, issuing
a base on balls. Carintini, on the
-TRA OF NEW YORK On other hand only gave up, one hit. ',. 0. ' 's, ' '' '
'''',1,..;'..Ca'''In''"ra-s"..:'.,',
',TO OUtt ADVERTISERS : (, ,, ,, ,, t,
- ,. a scratch bunt single in the third ''"
the229th ot April are inning but issued six bases on balls ii" oubnydactiodony".wFaows itoord,aypreesni. 2 ,',' : ,',,,,, ,',. ,, ,.. r!. ., ''. .. ''., :, 1 .:1 ,. .,' 1:' 1 ;,, , ., ,. J, : ., '',; ...,' ,, ; ..- I 41
9tl'ecDCaHUDABIIIAMg:vieMr,111.Nm-K.Celln:(-CDPII--P;:AAYe klaD''in.. i F:lor:m..'e' tCion6Ye..1 'Ft11...eVi' L":11nIt'ter.'Arnerl 1--.' ' '1, 4; -, '. ,' ' ''''' , ' I ;''''' ,'' : ', :.: .: -,'''...,' -' ,'.,,,', .,-...4: :.'', ',1 .,'.:::,4, '' ','--, ':
., : driving in Signers two tallies. Car. chemistry display it bDeulfearilt nl)fl.'CIAnoeugnalcel.d
now on sale at Morri- intini's homer in the sixth eut the "t i 1.1.0A01,11 It', '',,I ''
,' deficit to the final margin of 2-1. , ,, ,' 1 1 ' l, versity this 'weekend. Th a dent 'of the Inter-American Bar- '- ' ' , ;' v. i , , , ..5
chine puffs, 13 cigarettes e m 1 Association '1 ; .,' :, With "Il view toward ,improving' service' and 'correding: '' :,
son s and I. L. Maduro ,
, , ., Jr.. s. A .,, , ,,, z, (' pAdimAA t t.,,v1.,ON ,, tosaimsneo.00nSolvt, somrookdeilcifnogr!,;ersgte -ollovmooluy;.. tbveention com' mittee headquarters 'of ,' ,' ,
'from Miami, Fla.-con.
. irregularities that Occur involuntarily,. from time' to time'', .4,, ,-
. A,' non-nrobt corporation, irs ,, , , 1- . 1 ., , ., ,I, ' ', , ',
' .' 1 S- A N- - B- -L--A- S- - - -- -
, TIIE PANAMA,A3IERICAN has estabhshed a special ', -.1 '
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,, a9yora i tablish, and maintain relations .be- ., e ,, , : ., ', ' , ,' ,'" 1 ,'' i .., ' ''
broll:ItiA,p1111CA.pOS'a 'id. t.0 '''pro-m' o' tel ..e.'s
, ., tween t associations. and organize-I , .:, ,., , ., ,,, ., -, , , '-' ,, i , ,,
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, Foil REIIT ,.,, ,, ,,, ,.- ., ,, -' s :- EXCURSION: tions ,'of lawyers ,iind : Members, 's, ,, ,,, ,,,, 1., i ,', I .-',, ,-' .,, ,- ., , ,., ,, , ,., , :
' .' , ,, ' ". t 7 ' .' i of ,the Bar, national. and locald . ,
' '. I '''' April 26 ' 1
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, lit' the various countries of the, ": ,, '',
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,L, Com.m, ,er,cial !:iind, , ' 1 e ' ' t k:
a orge s o; ;, 1
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forum '!for the e xc h a n g e of ,,, -,, ,
leading ; , ., -, ,- , ,
,v, .' C. A, l, I E,11 ,S ,',
' f St T '
: office Space. 1 0 ereo ape -, views, res arch, and knowledge : , , i, , , r,, , , ,, ,, . ,, ,,,, ,1
--- concerning "law and the ;admiMs- ',. , ' ,t ." ' .. '' , r I', ' , 1
, ilotel:'lilliNiD 11011ot
' c'' tration of justice,!' Fowler said. ' ',-, ,' ' '' ' ', '' ,' ' s T- '1 -.4
, Building under 'construction e
: located at the comer of Jug." (7
. Stereo, '-,' 0101 fewel " ' 'il'o'vlde''' al C .. ,. :,, ;'''. , rm.",
Designed to "further the ,' dis- ': ,,' .- : ,, ' ',' '''' ,......--
, to Arosemena Ave. and East 1 nternatto
ry g 'h,a. tre ow II ;t t ,., gemination of, 'linowlege 'of the e : , '' ''' C.) : C..) f,,,, ) 4'...4)
: 25th St. VI 'feet over Justo ''''''' Ricorders.' laws of ; the various countries e t
, rclease -dial Tel. Lit:1, ),))t..1) for prompt attention '
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Arotemens and 40 feet over , S '.1 'iC IC' '
5,' i 5 Central Ave.,-, 1 ,.:' a: os gm osto" 1:13
throughout the Western 'H e In i -. F ,
''' '' 41110.04.....0 M - sphere," emphasis will be placed 2' ', '', , "' '-'', '''''m.'9 .; ' '
: Fest 25th St. Glatia WindOWS ' , , ,, ,,,,i ,,,, Completely pioaecp conveniences In
on the 'study of comparative ,law. '' ',' ' ,', , ' ',, s'. ', ,.' ,', -, .,
- all around. Two glass doors , Suites and Bungalows, mil sotth
Exec' llent Prices milimmmenommeoloommesummir' ' I ptivata bath. Hot end told water: The foundation, Fowler disclos- ' .. ',. ,,' , , '' , ', -, '.. ',
." 10 feet -wide each on lust() , , 2 ed will' grant scholarships, and ', ' ,' ." : 7 ', ,' ,l , , , .1 '-' ,, ', ; ;
- Arosemena, Layout may still ': "rice: SI and SS Minh ',
: mad,,,,..1241.tilt,lndlIldual
TAAnri rnC-- A -- cell- -.,,.......,...,
LIFE INSUIIANCE ' '' ''''
, with...zeal.; ,, : ,, ito:'hte.r4niedg,,11,!dir:trseibaurtech,libtosivokinc.puob;
' We will,opprectate your call which wilUenable us ; ..-, 4
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' ' .,' ,InvirsLANs Jo rue JIM RIIkt. Y Cosmopolitan kitchen , subjects .of particular interest to t. ,, , I -"rw"-..'"-"----',, ,, ,,, 1
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F. ICAZA 11',t,1A.,,,,,S. A, .. 4,5: StiAaind:31,:lia28Essli. afia,.,' , Bono riding. '''',1'- the, Inter.American le
- General Agent -,, . '
gai profes- ' to serve you better .' '''.
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, For reservations P. O. L Mon and ludtclacy,,-,: ', .,... ,' ' '
' It will alsoact as, a planning ,' ,, : , ' ' ' - '
:5 -45 Just Arosemena Ave. i "' Gibraltar Life Iris' Co..
, bimetal sin aNd venni, Javan, and coordinating agency for ,sPe ,. ., 1
tor rates and informatipn '., Box 4159
' Tel. Panama' 2-0552 S.
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, .. , ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. 3-minute tat wash SI, tom
., ,,, t, CRAWER "A." DIABLO cleaning of motor $5. waling of ,'
. , ., ,, s, , ,. ,,, .. , a , , BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CZ. '''' cars $6. Auto-take, Trans-Istb.
to invest us real estate ' mian Hichwaa alat Saari' I
TELEVISION SERVICE ..-- Free
. , ,
,
mmisartaagYages. Inter American Sav,
, LAMM TOUR AD lima ONA OP OVA &CANTS OA OVA OFFICES A? 13-It vr STATAT. Pattaltta-- 1,OMF1111 PRECIADO-7 Street. Ne IS AGENCIAS &A--
-, , INTERNAL. Da PUBLICACIONFS--Na 3 tatters ram
1 : Apartments .
1 tAtita-No n lis" germ MORBISON-41th of July! CASS TALDD-Central Ave. 45 Lomita:1s PHAR
PARMACIA Ltlx-tat Vowed Avenue 1101USPROLD FACINANG1--.11 -0 ile oe owl Svc tie 41 POTO nO1WV -.beds Arogarsena Ave and 33 St do FARM del
Ire et St LEWIS SFAVIcle Atee TIvett Ne a 40M4CY-IS2 Ca"11411111.
FARMAdli aSIADOS UNIDO. S-rAtIntaMteCeirreil IWAMe;
J ings and Loan Association. 32. Transportation. April .Special.
VAN-DAS-13-611 Street Nes al PARMACIA cr. geTursto-ps,s,,,, Lams s tossse 0 Irmtrivicui .SAS"Itill P.M. Ill tO l'illeEDADES 4111111 7 '''' 21-Justo Annemarie Asc. Pao- Same day Satiric. Crawford A.
. tit Bella Vista Theatre. COIA)Nr Caetral Avemee Wei -. TeL US ' ' '.
' (
ATTiNTII:OK 111. I.1 Jut bunt ama. - C T I. A
,., .. seams or.. Iva t ...vs. No.,
... ,. 111-20. Tel. 2-1905.
- -"in' lun'"" I'm."'" ' A t b.I ''' B t & M ' H A I --
2 Warms. bet. cold, weer. t U ()MO I es, oa s : otors '- ,ome ,rtsces' 1 :-Miscellaneous '-
I 'Otatyan furniture, repaired and
' TELEVISION SERVI -----77"--' I'
,, refinished. Complete new wrap., CI. Ability,
- Phone Panama 3.4941., ' ' ' ,' ' . ' , ping. Free estimate and home f honesty, and monomer satisfac.
.
- delivery. Opposite Hotel Roos. tie's. 1,10 SERVICE CHARGE this :
FOR RENT 1- Apartmont In 'WI PAY' SPOT CASH FOR FOR SALE ..-- 22 ft. swills FOR SALE .- New unused Easy
at ,- FOR SALE --. ARC, registered velt ':Jimmy" Tat 2-0386. month only. FREE ESTIMATE
Sella Vista emend, 3 bed- GOOD LATE MODEL'. 'CARS. Karon. IQ HP inboard ,.motor. ,' automatic combination washer Boston Terrier pups. 6251 Buis- before repairs'. Ask for MISTER
. rooms, '. 2 bathrioms, drawing- Phone All Day Panama 1-4966 Boatin, perfect condition. May dryet $355.00. Call Panama ,3,,,, ma Ventura Street. Les Rios. Tales a lune lino Jaunt to San TV. Phone Panama 2-3142.
, dining room, kitchen,' t maid's ,-,, 2-2616 Autos' Eisartman,',Anint,' ,"; be see at Balboa Tad Club.", 6291 Itchgen 4 and 6 p.m. '
room, hot water, 125.00. Aeeli .-to Coca Cola plant. ,' ,,, 1---- Price:' $750 et best offer. C II' ' '-
1
'47th Street No. s, 17 's upstairs.
- Tel. 3-1551. 1 -. FOR ALE .-:-- kincele,1957 Pre-,-
, Balbea 2-6345. lc ,, -a, FOR,
SALE ....., I barest electric
, refrigerator,' 25-60 CyCl4 with' FOR SALE -- Original Spanish
bun fight posters 40"x60" I
colors $5.00 each. ALBERTO HE, Sias Islands Sunday, April 27th ---,-,----
and every Sunday thereaftst. For CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
-11 further information Phone Jun- all work guaranteed Call NA. ',
gle Jim Jaunts, Pan 3-1660 El TERS 103 ,Colon, 8057 7th
- mist Hard Top,. Airconditioninge "OR SALE 15' boat' with ,,, deep freeze.' I TV 'set. General , REZ Tale 34628. '' Panama ". Hiltoe 4 or -Cristobal Street.' ',
, FOR RENT -- Excellent loca-,- Heater., Radios P War Steering, ; trailer, 2,-motors and controlers Electric. 24 inch table model
FOR SALE T h 1 h
..-- we ea t y para.., 2116 Hotel Washington, Colon.
' thus near sone. Military Wood Peron trakes,'Automatic' Wit14,!' L,s 5800.00. Call 3-2420 with stand. 6 Venetian blinds for N lki I d k
'sects, 13 blue, and one yellow., wa ng on. !stances, as - r ,
fk
ed 560.00 a month'. Furnittlre dowle seat, automatic lubrication, ... 4 family '2 bedroom house.',
C I t 'di ''' d about our Gatun1ake lacunion. Domestic. Employment
amp a a ws mo orn cage. - a
with Apt. Best effort, 14 Rechet-'
leather upholstery. Abbott', Col; : -141. lolunabeut h'aillie 10 HP 5616-C, Diablo. Phone 2-2653. 520.00. Call Panama 3-6288.'
' St. off Tivoli, Apt. It .." - pan, moon; Till 2,4625),,,,.-',"..) motor, 4350. Under house 234.
6 -,
I Coco Solo, -, .:, ,-- , FOR SALE ,--, Chinese tibetian
Office space, on 4tb luly Ave ',FOR' SALE --', Premier 'Litcoln
I
21x24 feet with glass front ant 1957 4 doors,. like new. Call FOR SALE--ir 36, wheeler boat, as e 110P SALE .--- Mitchell room' air
rug 9xI2 blue,, neW. Call 2-, ,, .
' -o.3 Palish', office hours. -,. - 11 I R601 Estate -- 1, WANTED -,-:-,' IfittMliall coon. '',
I
to a t oned 1-2-H P Excel. 1 ' ' patent cook. Capablo of inter-'
' two cupboards. Space suitable ', after 4 p.m. Tel.' 3-5783.. ; Gray 145 HPI engine; new, beat i --o---,--- li, lent condition' SI25.00.' "20", prating all kinds of facies.. Must
' for shop or storage 15x24 feet .. -,,- b 'I 1958 T '' FOR SALE ;Le"
, re et t op condition A Deepfreeso 10 cu. ponable, 2-speed reversible tarsi. , FOR SALE ,-- Two bedroom have references. Must 410 house-
floor apace with high ceiling; -. sate of suss parts SaturdaY, Aaril '). thniughout. Fully equipped. Will bie feet' "Norge" in load con. practically now $35.00, 30 gal-- concrete dialed, located on left work anal help care for child. -,
t'4 bed ms, lags, living loom, 19,, mufflers, tail pipes, less, sacrifice. Call Curundu 4126.41 I dition. Prica $175.00; Tel. 3-, Ions gas, won't heater $50.00. sitio trans-Isthmian highway -at Useless to apply if above quali..,
' 3 bathrooms, 2 closets in each than Vs price. Ask, at Garcia's ''.. , 4550. , ,, "I Call Panama 3-6288.- Club X, up hill from Pueblo i fications cannot be fulfilled.
bedroom and toilet in ,' maid'a gas: station.' ittanslathmais ,.., i , .,,-, .
. Nuevo, first street with' houm , Ma. 1amet Cain, 10,101, Ninth :.
.....
SALE Ilmnt Ks stone.
FOR y n
5th house .' left irtdo. Price Street between ,oesevelt Ave..,
, room. In T1-132 4tIs July Ave. ft
IFOR SALE 21 RCA televi
highneY ene Medi fremina"....-: Fr Ciaylon Moves
on set, small uptight piano. 9 movie Prolictor and E11111 1PlIc- $9600. v '' '' ' i ., and the beach.' ' 1.
' Apply lanitor or ,phono Hopkins '' , a
0
roR SALE --' 1957 Chevrolet ,. , cu ft Frigidairo reftigerater,, bed- at, Excellent" condition., loth ', k
Balboa 2966. ' ", ' ;
for t75 00 Call 3-7755. I ' h f t mort a e for sale WANTED .--,. Maid to liva in
, Powitotilids, 100100w eon- L es 0 Foal Roun room set, double' bed, kisser . We vat its g g ,
FOR RENT Furnished apart- dition,, ,lovr mileage, 1508-11 ', H 1
' I I I -." d '
.-, ,and night stand, rani. coffee E FL- L 0-,- onetime ,
0 Si I Al V ' Phone 3-7837 Fanama. must took. Tel. Gamboa 226.
mint, militart Inspected. Tel.. Balboa:T1. 1389. -', 1. .'' - '' table vigiese' eentem mad r bli II H 234 B C S I
.
, 3-2068.. -' -, ' ..t' 1 twin couches loun chalt.w .
' ' FOR SALE-,Cadillac 195,1 four 01,PAAF Softball g
,,.. , a a- alaa0 00 0 0 FOR SALE -,- In Boquete, mag-,, , J., ,
- -nificent house, good climate,,, 1 0 , I if
, t 1- footstool, occasional chair, QM -' FOR SALE -- HiFi eoulement. 2 P riff f le 71
,
beautiful view fine' garden
'
FOR RENT ..--. Modern apart- .1 door sedan, excellent condition .,,
I ' '' chest of drawers. QM desk, OM o brand new Jensen 15", G600';') .1 -'
' ment, living-dining room, two throughout. Telsehona 3-1535 ',
''The Fort ,Clayton 11 S t Ar y I b d 1 t ot of. Wit- Triasial theake It'
., M 2', seng e e s temp a 0 I porch, four bedrooms rith liall,, t ..
.' 4 -4 ----... ...LP. 16.4 dol.- 4, I A fill ,4 da an 1 rift a me ' -

Apartmigi
, ATTENTIOIL IL( LI 'Jot built
modem furnished aPartnninel6 it
2 bedtime. kn. cold, miter. t.
Phone Panama 3.4241.-
FOR RENT -r Apartment in
Sella Vista sortersod, bed bed,
, bed, rooms, 2 bathreoms, drawing drawing,
, drawing, dining room, kitchen,' t maid's
room, hot water,. 125.00. Apply
'47th Street No. ',17 upstairs.
- Tel. 3-1551. 1
, FOR RENT Excellent: loam
War near irons. Military insPonti
orl $60.00 a month'. Fornittiro
with Apt. Boat offs,. 14 Rochot-N
St. off Tivoli. Apt. '
, Office space, on 4th luly Ave.
213'24 feet with lino front ant
two cupboards. Space suitable
for shop or storage 153E24 feet
floor loam) with high ceiling;
,4 betheems, large, living room,
3 bathrooms, 2 closets in each
bedroom and toilet in maid's
room. In TI-132 4th July Ave.
Apply lanitor or -,phono Hopkins
Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT -- Furnished apart-
mint, minter Inspected. Tel..
3-2068. ,
FOR RENT Modern aPort-.
' roost, living-dining room, two
;' bedrooms, maid's room, hot wt.
tor, garage, Alberto Navarro St.,
No. 2 El Canting's.. ,Tot. ", 3-
DT. ,
FOR 3ENT -- One bedroom a apartment
partment apartment view to the sea. cool.
Furnished ,or unfurnished. Urn Urnguay
guay Urnguay No. 1-22,
Arme Forces 6olf!
hampionshity Gels':
11.1nlay
The 1958 Panama Area Armed
Forces golf thampionship will De
conducted at Fort Davis Monday
and Tuesday and, at Fort Amador
April 24 and 25,
- det
The, tourney, wh w er ermine
mine ermine the-1958 Panama,,, Armed
Forces team and midalitt Cham Champions,
pions, Champions, will consist'of team("Itorn
'Fort Amador,- Fort ClaytonTort
Kobbe, Army At Untie, ,Nav 'end
Albrook Air Force Bit Se4
- Military personnel on active du duty
ty duty for 90 days or more are eligible
to compete and teams may- con
sist of officers and enlisted per personnel
sonnel personnel in any proportion. AU ques questions
tions questions concerning player eligibility
will be referred to the chief of SPe SPecial
cial SPecial Services, U.S. Armr Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. The final, decision will' be
made by the Panama Armed Fore
es protest committee. ,
Each team will consist of five
players as a maximum.
- To determine the PAP team
champlons,, the four lowest Scores
on each. teeth be., combined
and the team ,with the lowest ag.
gregate score will be declared the
winner. ,'
,
The PAP' medalist, -chanipion
will be determined over the first
72 holes of medal play. In the es
ent of a, tie, an 1.8-holer match play
will decide the championship.
US Army Signal
Cops Softball'
Championship
,
' The U.S. Army 7 Signal Service I
team from Fort Clayton captured
the 1958 Panama Area Axmed
Forces softball championshio last
night by downing the Fort Clayton
U.S. Army Garrison nine 2-1 at
Fort, Gulick.' '
' The gime Wa S a beautiful pitch.
ing duel between 'Al Ausmus of
the Sienal team and Chuck Carlini
nt of the Garrison nine..
: Aismus gave. up only two Ails.
one a home run to Carintini and
struck out 12 men without, issuing
a base on balls. Carintini, on the
other hand only gave up, one hit.
a scratch bunt single IR the third
inning but issued six bases on balls
driving in Signal's two tallies. Car Carintini's
intini's Carintini's homer in the sixth eut the,
deficit to the final margin of 2-1-
, Nye have
'a largee ito;k
of Stereo Tape
, C7Stireo,
,' Recorders.
-11110PfiC0-5-1-
f 1
' 45 St., atuf Via EspaAa,
Iel.,3-1285

1 : IpLIK RCN I P. rurnesnou aparr. 1 utrion,, ,tuw 1?1,,71' 111111V. HIM
,L 'its- i V-1 2 20 4 4,
i

. , . , chest et erawetS Vim desilt,M.1" ': Imil or ve Iimilv 1".! ,, 1, r'-
''' '4 ' i li 'ng dining room, twe throughout. TelePboos 41535 ', tes. e ..., ,,, ....,
, ,- mwn vi ,
sue x Os s Adaysee LIS.-T: Army 1, single beds. complete set ellw11- -, Triasial speaken in cabinets. : itav
porch, four bedroomi with Ilan. ,, t .. ,., , '
- t
' '' bedrooms, maid's room, hot we-,
I
te 1-00 p m.."
from 10:00 a.m. Garrison moved !. into the final son golf clubs wbag, veetia.n .. blend now Jensen )5", G600),
Gray viscous damped tone arm y service in each, parlor dim- !,' .. , ., , .',
, tar games. Alberta Navarro St., '' ........,s Al. ,..

.......

onnynafah rut fositi mew oriel I ",'"!.. "ul 1100ar ::' krute, teams WiliKett OUL LUPI LULdi IA 041 anu az Ar5, beCOnd anal ,3

LAMM TOUR AD Tom On OP OVA SOANTS 01 OVA OPF1C111 AY 1341 nr STATAZ pikocAmAk 1,11111111A PRECIADO-4 Street. PI& 13 AGENCIAS
L'eTERNAL OS PUBLICAVIONFS--he 3 tatter, Plaza
11ARDONe, n "6" Street MORBISCIN-4th of July FARMACIA eS1ADOS tINIDOS--1411 Central Ave
VASA ?ALDOCentral Ave. 45 Lou imcs PH A R M ACY 132 La Carresquilla TAIIMACIA LOM
Ave es St LEMS SFAVICF Ave Tivoli No.
PARIVIAVIA LILIA,...114 Ventral Avenue AOLISPHOLD FACIIANOPe4 -co" on op Om Svc No 41 POYO OHM Jorde Aregernena AVe and 33 St tr ARM AM
VAN-DE21.4121-411 Menet N SI PARMACIA EL RAT111110Pairesio Wm, 1,20144 riksmAcui "SAS"--Vis Ilibmo 111 IMOVEDADES wrias too&
tit Stlia Vista Thastra COLON Central Avemee 13.185 Tele 432 ' ' ' ' ' '
.,... .
,

I
Autorilobiles,
,
WI PAY SPOT CASH FOE
, GOOD LATE MODEL CARS.
, Phone All Day Panama 1-4966
,-,, 2-2616 Autos' Eisanman.',- Next,
",to Coca Cola plant. k
FOR SALE Pre-r-:s
- miser Hard Top,. Aircentlitioning,
Heater.; Radios Power Steering, ;
Poietir Erik's,' Automatic win-,!--
ydowl seat, automstk lubricationt t.,
leather upholstery. Abbott,",,CoN,
pan, Motors.' Tell 2-0625'
FOP.' SALE ---,, Premier -Opole
, 1957 4 doors,. like new. Call
' after 4 p.m. Isl.' 3-5783.,
Sale of auto parts Saturday, April
."", 19,, mufflers, tail pipes. loss
, than Vs price. Ask, at Garcia's',
4 gas, station.' itTranslathmiao
highway, ono block from
roR SALE' 1957 Chevrolet
powerolide. 4 door, t, new ton- ,,,
,loor mileage, 1 508-11
Balboa.' Tel. 1399. 1' '4
; FOR SALE,Cadillsc 1931 four
' door sedan, excellent condition
z
, throughout. Telephone3-1535
, from 10:00 cm. to 1:00 p.m;
r FOR SALE 1956 1. Station
wagon, 9 passenger, standard
sbi1t, $1900.00. Pitons Oam-4
boa 183. :
FOR SALE 1950 4-door Fonr
, Coo sedan, good condition and
I, good tires. $225.00Call Balboa'
, 355E after 5;30 pm. ,
4,
OR SALE v- 'S3 MorcurY.
t'p ,pwr steer'0; 26,000 -Mkt
i Fine condition.,13-6416 :or 3g
6928.. '41 I
FOR SALE 3956' Ford Cairn.
try sedan Forgomatic t
steering. 'ridio, many other or-
trim, 9 passenger. 11.000 miles,
51800. 1956 :English Ford Ze Zephyr
phyr Zephyr convertibleo automatic top
blue. Balboa 1718.,
FOR' SALE '',, 1950 Hudaerit,
door. es Interior, radio. below',
overdrive, very good teltditiee
$295. Call Albrook 6130 111,
FIRE SAtt 1,51. Old Ints Intsandanf
andanf Intsandanf hydromatit, 'good
running condition $37.5.00". Call
Davis, TA -2-2316; ,,,,
FOR SAL 1953 Fort V-S
Station 'wagen;, eight passenper,
Standard shift Phone ,,C.Z4
1360. V",
,
if OR SALE .',1954, Hillman,. 2
Jeers, '2 tones in perfect
Con.' $113000.' Tel. 3-0129,
15thiStreat 117 Faitills.
FOR kALE 1956 Fer4 : 9.,
, pamenger Country Sedan.' 4'
: luxe model,',, loather upholstery.
Six ,tylinder, standard shift,,, one ,,,,
owner la tens, 51,775. Consider
elder model in trade. Call Navy
' 1157.'1, ;',',
iFOR ALE Me el ill truck
6125.00, 20 Ga 'Moony' 'iron)
:26" barrel new 650.00;Mr. G.
A,' Norris,.Curundu .3149.
r
1950 Packard, lined condition,
Pelf billsrY; new tiros; best sol4 "r
for. below', $30000. Call ,Pedro
' Miguel
-
-H. FOR IALE 1951 Hudson,
Oveidrive, new, thrill,' excellent
condition..,Call Rodman.- 3434 l
'after, ".
, '
FOIC54.1.E 1957 Ford retracw;
table Hard top. 'Financod. 3,!,
3151 'after, 4 pan..
leading'
:,CAMERAS ;
, ,
i55 Central Are.,-:
mesammemmeamemillommonolor
LIFE INSURANCE
,
, JIM RIDGE y
- Generai Agent
'Gibraltar Lite Ins Co..
tor rates and infOrMation
Tel. Panama' 2-0552

TL'E'rLNAMA AMEMICAN

h4ofors,
FOR SALE 22 ft. sailboat
Karon. IQ HO inboard -.motor..
, Sod' in, perfect condition. May
be seen at Balboa Yadtt
Pricet $750 et best offer. Call',
Balbea 2-6345. '
lalboa 2-6345. lc -,
. ,
-
k FOR SALE 15' beat with
,
, trader, 2,-motors and contrelers
L-$800.00. Call 3-2420.
,
- IV, toundbout trailer, 10 HP
. meta. Alga 11.A. 11..... 12A
14' toundbout trailer, 10 HP
motor,$350. Under house 234.
, Coco Solo: , c
FOR SA1-1go 36. wheeler boat,
. Gray 145 HPlengine; new, beat
rebuilt 1958, Top '-, condition
thriughout. Fully equipped'. Will
sacrifice. Call Curundu 4126.4,-,';
FL Clayton, Moves
Info Final Rind
01 PAAF,Sollball
,
The Fort ,Clayton U.S.-t Army
Garrison moveC. into the final
rotmd of the Panama Armed Forc Forces
es Forces Softball Tournament at Fort
Gulick Thursday night (Apra 17,)
by downing B Company, lst Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kob Kobhe,
he, Kobhe, 7-6 in eight innings. ,
The win will give ,the, Garrison
nine another' crack at, Fort Clay
ton's U.S. Army Signe; ,Service
team, tmdefeated in tourney, ,ac ,action
tion ,action thus far, and which' handed
the G;trison team its only loss of
the tourney Wednesday. If Signal
wins, ,theyi will be cr ewned
champs. However, if Garrison
should 'win, another game will' be
played to determine'the champion championship.
ship. championship. : '!' t,4
'Thursday night's game saw the
B Company team take advantage
of a shoddy Garrison defense to
pick up five runs in the !first in inning.
ning. inning. Garrison came 'back with
four runs in the second inning but
B Company picked up' another in
the top et the third to take a ,11-4
lead.
Garrison tied- the score ht 'the
1ast of the 'seventh and Bill
, gave them 'the victory in the
eighth inhing wte6 he poled a' ball
past the outfielders' with the bas bases
es bases loaded to:drive inthe- winning
Chuclt Carintini was ,the-witning
pitcher; Dick Anderson, theiloser.
Whatevei
,
Happened to
, BING MILLER, -;
His real first name Is Edmund
but when he began to hit it went
"Bing" And he became Binetinier,-
one of the stars of one ef
Connie Mack's most fabulous col collections
lections collections of Philadelphii Athletics.
Bing was in the outfild in 1929;
30-31, when the A's won three
straight pennants with a gang in including
cluding including :Mickey Cochrane,. Bob
Grove, Jimmy.Dykes,'. 'Jimmy
Foxx. He broke in withWashing.,
ton in 1921,played also with Abe
St. Louis Browns in, mid-career
and 1,round up his 16-year 'stand
with the Red ,Sox, But 12 ,years
were with ,,the A's and ,t h a t's
when Ming warat his best. In la later
ter later years he .managed hz the ml mlnors
nors mlnors and coached. ,
Whatever happened to Bing Mil Miller?
ler? Miller? Today,. at .63 and trim al
ever, he has a new job in Phila.
delphia as in engineer with the
Atlantic Coast Construction Co.,-a
pipelineoutfiL
,
'TAKEOVER 'UNDER WAY
TARFAYA, Morocco ,(UP) A
Royal Moroccan Army unit, has
arrived in this southern Moroccan
port fer a formal takeover from
4.nanish troopt., The unit was the
first of Rabat's ,arrited'forces to
",ach the capital' of the-mouthern
Taraky zone 'which Spain, has
agreed to hand over to the Mor Moroccan
occan Moroccan gbvernment-
: CHAIN SMOKER DISPLAYED
DURHAM, N.C. (UP) A chain chainsmoldng
smoldng chainsmoldng machine will be part of
a chemistry display it Duke Uni University
versity University this weekend. The ma
chine puffs, 13 cigarettes simul simultaneously,
taneously, simultaneously, prodticing large- v o
umes ,,of smoke fot test analy.
EXCURSION
, April 1
Fidanque Travel S I
erv re
' Tel. 2-1881,
NOMMINI11111141
WI: HOLLAND 1101ISE,
,
I ollo;. from- hol;;1 of
,
- San Jos,' Costa !tido
Completely nioderim, conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, ail with
private katit. Hot and told water:
, "rico: SI and SS daily; ',,
' with meals.'
Cosmopolitan kitchen
- Horse riding, ,
For reservations r. o.
, Box 4159
Manager: Bill and Elmer Jaspera

INDEFENDENT DAILY NEWSPArElt

'':,,,;',:-Ho..me.Articies.7;:l
FOR SALE Now unused Easy
automatic combination washer
&yet $355.00. Call Panama 3,-1,
6291 between 4 and 6 p.m.
FOR, SALE ---4 I Server electric
. refrigerator, 25-60 cycle with'
deep freeze.' 1 TV set. General
. Electric...24 inch table model :
. with stand. 6 Venetian blinds for
4 family '2 bedroom house.,
56164, Diablo. Phone 2-2653.
A:
FOR SALE ..N Chinese tibetion',
, rbg Slx12 blue, ne.. Cell 2
3137 Panahh office hours. -
, FOR SALE iLe Deepfreeso 10 cu cubit
bit cubit feet' "Norge" In good con con.
. con. Prico $175.00; Tel. 3-k

FOR SALE limns Keystone
"OR SALE 21" llCA televi televi,
, televi, movie prolector and film oohs.-
siert set, small upright piano, 9
v., Excellent condition., lob ',,
, cu ft Frigidaire refrigerator,. bed-
. room set double bed, dresser
for $75.00. Call 3-7755. ,I
and night stand, rattan coffee
, FOR SALE i--,- 18-Vonetian
': table ',Nviglass. custom made .-
blinds. House A34-8 Coco Solo.
twin couches, lounge-chair wi.,
- FOR SALE --...- HiFi equipment. 2
- footstool, occasional chair, QM -'
chest of drawers. QM desk. QM .- brand new Jensen 15",, G600';')
1, single beds. romPloto lot oliWil- Triaxial speaker; in cabinets.,
, son golf clubs wbag, ve etian : Gray viscous damped tone arm
,with Fairchild diamond artridge.
, toN:d2stits4w31.ishccrystal. Ca,11 Dal Dal,
, Dal, i 30 watt Fisher amplifier, Fisher
proem's. Phone Dal 2-306,9.,
. FOR SAL! ..,-, 5 P.C. green obis

,
,' FOR SAL! 5 P.C. green plar
' tic upholstered sectional living
tom set Margaritt 1:2325.
' FOR SALE 5 overstaffed
casionill chairs, 3 cherry rod, 2
", chartreuse $35.00 each -or
$150 for the 5, cost $300, 1
''', davenport dark red, cost $200,
sell for $60, 6 Venetian blind's
6116 foot $10.00 each, cost over
S50.00 each.' 1-Photo Enlarger
, Lititz 35 mm.' Elmor f3.5 lens
$70.00, One 2-Ton. Air con-..;
diitoner recently converted to 60
-cycie with new motors, solonoids,
switchM, etc. Not a' window unit,
$200.00'Townshend 193, 3rd
',2Street. New Cristobal. Phone
',:'1776. ".
FOR SALE Beautiful 5 piece
carved bedreem',,. set,' perfect
e eentlition at sacrifice price. Tot.
3-6205.- t,
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t"IFOR- SALE blnine 1,Ist-7 ,1
piecia,',650.00, 2 bookstands,1
nsetal, 01 wood. $35.00." INK;
' "orator, cycloa;.$35.00, Fish
, bowl; galloes, Am"
tric train' '.411.ionel." $15.00'. lat.':
boa;Williamsen Place 14e. 0774
,' Apt; ',In Phone 2-3146,
FOR SALE -- Modern Designed
Dedroom set (without maftress)
mahogany, of white finish,,heact:
boards, tables, chest of drawers--
,,dresser. Ail for $350.00.-Call
6324 after 5 p.m.
10-1.0.--7,40..,eijtan..!:,
1.004FO.i1.00.'11.i.'0'
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1 ' . CODY FOWLER .-
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; Formation of the "Intet-Ameri
Legal Foundation" was today an announced
nounced announced by Cody Fowler, presi president
dent president 'of the Inter-American Bar BarAssociation,'Irom
Association,'Irom BarAssociation,'Irom Miami, Fla.-convention
committee headquarters 'of
the JAB& . f
A,' non-trofit ''' corporation,- its
broad, purpose is to "promote, es establish,
tablish, establish, and maintain relations be between
tween between associations. and organiza-1
tions :of lawyers quid : Members,
of Atte Bar, hationat and locald
itt' the various countries of the
Western Hemispheres. 4 ,." '. I
The!, Foundation will provide' a
forum "for the ext Wangs of
views,' research. ,and knowledge
concerning 'law and the :aMilli8-
tration of justice," Fowler said.
Designed to "further the ,' dis disgemination
gemination disgemination of, 'Inowlege ,of the
laws of ; die various countries
throughout the Western 'H e Irt i isphere,"
sphere," isphere," emphasts will he' placed
on the 'study of comparative Jaw.
'rite foundation, Fowler disclos disclosed;
ed; disclosed; will',grant scholarships, and
foster legal research. It 'will pub pub1
1 pub1 1 lishAnd;tlirtribute ,,;,,, books ,,pn
subjects ., of particular interest to
the Inter-American legal profes profession
sion profession and judiciary.,-
- It will also act as':' a planning
and coordinating agency for spe
cifie projects of the IABA and
, .., ,

-Miscellaneous
-
DR SALE An, toOlstrso
ales a--

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, FOR SALE ARC, registered
Roston Terrier pups, 6251 But.'
, VS1111114 Street. Les Ries.
,
FOR SALE Original Spanish
bun fight posters 40"x60" in
colors $5.00 each. ALBERTO HE..
REZ 3.46211.
FOR SALE ,-- Two healthy pars pars'kette:13
'kette:13 pars'kette:13 blue. and ono yellow.
Comp lett with'- modorn cage.
, 320.00. Call Panama 3-621111.'
110P SALE Mitchell room air
Conditioned -2-H.P. Excel
lent condition S I 25.00.- "20,
porhble, 2-speed reversible daft
practically nevi 335.00, 30 gal,
Ions gas, writer heater 350.00.
, Call Panama 3-6233.
FOR SALE Smits Keystone
movie prolectot and film oohs.-
' or.' Excellent condition., loth ',,
for $7500. CaN 3-7755.
FOR BALE Five pieces used
.3 MO, galvanized pipe 12 feet
long; seven cypress casement
-sash 2 feet by S feet, no glass,
one AS gallon 'oil drum, about
100 pieces 4"s4" ceramic tile,
,, light cote Call Balboa 1461 L
Iunday,,, :
FOR SALE Amateur radio
transmitter. other mist items.
Phone 83-5101 Curtindit.
ifie
minanT Atlatc
" : ,77-m
The U.S. Army Panama Area
,rifie teams walked off with top
honors sin thq USARCARIB, Rifle
Matches held at Fort Kobbes Em Empire
pire Empire Range this meek by 'placing
first second and' third in Abe team
competition. t
The, U.S..Army Panama Area
Gold team took top laurels in
match number six, the team meet
with'a 1402 total with 92v's Second
place went to the 'US. Army Pa,
llama Area Blue team with a 1361
and. 76vs. The U.S. Army Pana Panama
ma Panama Area Red team garnered the
third spot with a total ,of 1343 and
- The U.S. Army Panama Area
Gold team broke last Year's mark
of 393 in, the Infantry Tr ophy
Match competition by compiling a
totol of 644 points. The U.S. Army
Pk.una,Area Red and Blue teams
finished second and third respec.
tively with 541 and 474 totals.,,
sergeant ,James Gray, C Com Company,
pany, Company, lst Battle Group, 20th In In,
, In, fantry captured t o p individual
spoils by copping match number
its JnterLAmericad (Bar Founda FoundaThe
The FoundaThe 'affairs of the foundation
will be managed by a president,
vice-president, secretary and trea treasurer
surer treasurer They will be elected an annually
nually annually by the board of directors
of the foundation.
, The foundation will -stress edu educational,
cational, educational, scientific, literary and
eharitable' purposes related to Inter-American
legal fields, Fowler
concluded.

I Matoh onmnalitinn titr onretnilin sh 11 LI 'NI LS B-a iS 0-,C I I

0 OUtt ADVERTISER

, With a view toward ,improving service and correcting,
, .' f.
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time'',
TIIE PANAMS,A3IERICAN has' established a special

We will,opprectate your call which-wilUenable u
apoorowoolomto.10.1,4mompwoomp

11-113 SPACE
FCR INFCRNIATICN

MisccIlan.cous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
CRAWER "A." DIABLO -,
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
Money to Invest in real estate
mortgages. Inter American Sav
;nes and Loan Association. 31..
21-Juste Arostmene Ave., Pan
Rattan furniture, repaired and
f
re inished. Complete new wrap..,,
ping. Free estimate and home
delivery. Opposite Hotel Reese-,
velt ':Jimmy" Tit 2-0386.
Take a Jungle Jiro Jaunt to Sin
0Ias Islands Sunday, April 27th
, and every Sunday thertaftsr. For
, further information Phone Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Jim Jaunts, Pan 3-1660 El
Panama Hilton 4 or -Cristobal
2116 Hotel Washington, Colon.-
No walking long distances. ask,
about our GatunItake Olcunion.,

No walking long distances, ask,
Domeitic Edpiciim'ent
about our GatunItake liscunion,
,
Wp etAeNniT leDo ht. Claxpta;lbmiss '11;omr:
Real Estate --
prating ell kinds of racipts. Must
- FOR SAE Two' bedroom have references. Must 410 house house'concrete
'concrete house'concrete dalet. located on left work andl help care feu' child.
side trans-Isthmian highway -at Useless to apply if above quail,
Club X, up hill from Pueblo fications cannot be fulfilled.
Nuevo, first street with houm Ma. jams'. Cain, 10,101, Ninth
5th house left ikfc Price Street between ,00sevelt Ave.,.
$9600. ' 5, and the beach.' 1.
We hay first mortgage for sale. WANTED tm,-- Maid to fiat in.
Phone 3-7837 Fanama. I' must took. Tel. Gamboa 226.

FOR SALE In Boquete, mag-:
-nificent house, good climate,,,
beautiful view,. fine garden, ;
porch,' four bedroomi with
itary service in each, parlor din.. ,4
ing-room,, kitchen and pantry.
, Situated on lot iof sq.
nos. with fruit trees. intdrination
telephone Panama.; 3-3280 or
.write' Lii. Diego B. Garcia Mon Mon'
' Mon' lc !A). Box 337, David, Chiri.
qui. Oiliest Ave,. 'Bolivar front.'
Guerderia Infanta in David."
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PREMIER' TO GET INVITATION
TEL AVIV, Israel (UP): --Moshe
Kol; chairman of Israel't middleof-the-road
Progressive Pa r
said today he would invite Soviet
Premier Nildta Khrushehev, to vis visit
it visit Israel during its 10th anther
:v
five, th0 aggregate match with a
total of 625 and 52 v's. Second and
third place honor's went to Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Harvey Woods, A Company,
lst Battle Group ', and Specialist
Third Chia Alfred Arndt!, D Com Companp,
panp, Companp, lit Battle Group' with 017
and 51 les and 615 ,andA1 v's re.
ARRARD

We, now have a good supply. of famous Garrard
HI-FI Recordehantersir RC88 .4. RC98 :
Special C.Z. Pticest 1
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ASA':SPART01
Central Aye. 28405

Experienced Female to head Sales Depart.
, )
ment oi Retail Store. Write stating, Qual.
ifications together with ,Photograph. Box
3398, Panama, R. of P. ; I :
GOOD SALARY'

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13 FCR cALE.
TELEFT 10Z 24743
SERVICES:,
3-minute tat wash $1, foam
cleaning' et motor $5. waling
cars $6. Auto-Oahe, Trans-Istli
- 'Man Highway near Sear&
TELEVISION SERVICE -- Free
Transportation. April Special.
Same day Satirise. Crawford A.
- 'omits Corp. Tivoli Avo.
1S-20. Tel. 2-190S.
TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability
honesty. and customer satisfav.
tion. HO SERVICE CHARGE this
month only. FREE ESTIMATE
before repairs'. Ask for MISTER
TV. Phone Panama 2-3141.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All make
all work guaranteed Call NA.
TERS 103 Colon. 1107 701
Street.'
,
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WANTED Efficient dress dressmake?,
make?, dressmake?, Phorie 6152, Fort Koh.
be. ; ' i
6
spectively. i 1.
, The teams finithef as, follows
in the team competition (match
nuMber, six).
, First:. U.S. Army Panama Area
Gold.
,,, Second: U.S. Army Panama -A-
rea Blue.
Third: IJ.Se Army Panama Area
Red. 4
, Fourth: islaval District.
,Filth; Antilles Area.
AFB.
',Members .of the, whining IL S.
Army Panama ,Area Gold 'tact
and their scores in match numbo
six arca follows:'5ergeant
240 (18V),, Sergeant First Om,
William McFeeley,, C, Compak
ist Battle' Grotip,, 239 18v), Serg
eant First Class Malcom Crowder,'
D Cornpany,, Baftle Group, 23.
(20v),'Specialist Third Class Hip.,
ley Wraspir; ,Battery, is
Settlif- proup, 232 12v) Specialliq
Afilefe, 230- (12v) and 'Specialist.
Thtrd James H. Clemeus, A k
Company, Ist Battle Group, 2?F,
(12v). ',; T
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4S, Bairreittaonn,4 Cliftwa,in'
Thursday when 'his car collidt
v,rith 'another auto, on tho Ad!.
lbahn; Air' Force 'officials reportt,,
today. tg- ,
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: ''! To Go To itair,-; ,::',,;. onslaught. -.:,,,,:,,' ; ,, ,.,,,. , .,, .
,. .
, ; I ,, ,.: .., ::,:,,,:.::.:i::.m:Q,i,::.,:;:impNi-,idegaigitagati.igeji.:04014.;::ggie:Mignekd : . :. '.' -,, ,,..,,, ,, ,, -,, .- ',,',.,,.. '2,-;', -''',.-'':,, -,, ,..:,-..- ,::.;...':.;;;I'''',..?.'1,':;'-r, .- Dp.ple.,(1,13y,i.Sn11,00
''''''''' Co: p''''..e's''''Atiith Labor' al
ns Fish He
,
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' ' ' '" ' . k : I ''. :'' ' .: : ' - ' ' ' Pound famous as 4 poet in the 3 :million Polish ', ,Jews who WASHINGTON (UP) ,,,- Assist. y , , -, .... .' ..; ', ...., . -. 7
- ''' ''''' ...' ''' '''' ....''''' ' '' '' ' '' fir t, torious as an accused traitor,. was
ays it'lew words jast before- the s game ,, d no no,
, no, ,,. .., :.. ., , . .,..
died lii the 'Nazi :: concentration ant Defensc:: Secretary. Murray ,..., :i, ...': ,. ... .,, .. 0 ,.. . ,. ..,
.
" :' ' OPENING CEREMONIES. judga Guthrie' Crowe, s . t
L AII-St nd the league champs, the For, granted his ; ;free t d
dom ,, yes er ay camps and :the' 3 million. Jews in Snyder today : vigorously defended :
By Sp2 WILLIAM. COOPER .. place 'a fish' hook doesn't
tic infor. , 7-..
,.. ., other Nazi.occupied:countries who' Defense Department pub ,,.., ,. :. v, ,.
1.,..' : '-'between the pal,iatria : Area 'Armed:Forces eague ars a : ars -: ',, ,, ,. '' ,,,,.,- , hanaage.. a '. spramea, w
. ': K bbe Regulars.. ,The series which will con ue g
tin tOni ht and if netessary tomorrow ,tight4 is ': after. 'spending 12,, le .. ,,.. ,,
- -i were tortured,,-starved,--lassed, 'matioti policies against .charges of L
The. sleepy island of Taboga, li, 'prepare a packet of. cold i
J h E.
,- ', shot 'or.. beaten; to death.: ;.,, ,-,:',- -, censorship ,made: by Rep.: o n .0
;',1' .1 . ,,' spe neored by the American Legion and is in ;direct- suPPort of Boys State.-The All-Stars' w,
,, i on Elizabeth's, Mental Rosp,itai,
''' h: But 'th, e .m ain,-, ceremonies', will Moss.- -, -.k' '-:'''.-'.-k..:, -, ,,, , 1 g 16 miles off the coast of Pa- There Is one common di
to Judge Crowe, are' 4(lef t ',to right). Col. Robert W., Garrett.,
onor tile Jews; who fought. ,:::,the Snyder s sp c nama,: luxuriates in the warm tro., or? however the respec
' the opening- game ',4-3.,- Listening , ,
:' il t -''' 'commander' Of thelst Battle Group,: 20th Infantry; Lt. Col., L..c, ,Wood,. ub meal climate.. The sun comes up, miratioA which' hia milli,
'' i, i ,s ,'. -----Ti, ,,,J.1.,, .,...1 Al froti 1 nanvin director of BoVit'State.for e me
th A r' Le ion ''
lean g ;;'',' L -,,... s 4. 1... rm.... ra,1
ARCARIII, Special :,.. '''''Iredeniai .tudge ,Blitha ,I.i. Ldwts.
r. ', dismissed ', a 1946 treason,. n lc desperate battle of the ghetto that niud conVention ,of the Amer
' ee h before the icziann
tha inhnhitanta go about their Otatax .: and tha.: rasident

: 0 4 -P 1 t
OPENING CEREMONIES judge Guthrie' Crowe says a few words just before the first garne garne,between
,between garne,between the Pakania.Area, Armed Forces League ,A11-Stars sand the league champs, the Fort
Kobbe Regulars. The series which will continue tonight-and it netessary tomorrow night, is
',sponsored by the AMeriCan Legion and is In direct support of Boys' State. The All-Stars won
' v the opening game 4-3.. Listening to Judge Crowe are ,(left to, right) Col. Robert W., Garrett.,
:commander ot the lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry; Lt: Col, L. C. Wood, USARCARIB Special
' Services Chief end Alfred J. Gauvin, director of Bo301! State for the American Legion.
' ' f 4'! (CS.:Antly PhOto)
.

Se IMO WA. la A through- -the-s--sriiiiii in-ci
Services Ciller ana aureu io, uduifi,ii, u,m. c"..r.ij.; ,,,,...., 7..7 i,,,,,.., .., ,,,.. 4,;1 ,
ment a i a 1 n s tde; the
I rzigelmr-cter- raged' f 43 t nit
. early summe; o lp ,agains
-- ..-----(7111.::-Ar-irlY".1111)t,.,),- Pound,' ilo broa as a
tnerically and Inilitardy superior
' ' l' ' '' ' ; .' ''1' ....I' '., ., .,:; : : ', : ,,,' '... ,... d urnmgattwaocrkisd fwroamr ;IFLascist I.tatlY
, .,
. ' ' '''.' '4 ''''' '' -': '''': ' .' ' .- '- L 'Pound who had lived ahroad Nazi forces. - ,
,
rme
A ci orce
' ' f s A 'Star rt
,..,
o
ge K ,b s..,, years,. was committed to 1942
e t Ehzabeth's after- it was tin tined
ed tined he, could, not .stand,,trial tThkough the summer and fall -o
the, slaughter went on and
Jew' with ,courage born of ;de.
spair, prepared to fight back; The
,, ,
, because of insanitY. s ; anti.Faseist bloc was formed and
'
ntendent of St. Elizabeth's, eaid
.)
h'''.' F.. 't G me 0 -11 ys,..,
'wo ta e :: eries ,
., ,, Dr. Winfred Overholser, super. set up the Jewish Fighters Orgen.
'' irs a ization 1ZOB) ,. 'i ,
i
,, '' ' r .1 "'' '''
.' Pound could leave 'the hospit?.1 ..,',
. ' ' ligv 1 E FEATHERSTON I 0',. 4-- ..-' whenever:
he wished! The qioet's The first fighting came in Jan Jan'',
'', Jan'', :t, -.., , 1 '. 4. '' e- 1 :"' ..;fs hs maid tha wantg n a
t t ke Mary 11141 whan fha Wafran ee

, ,, By JOE FEATHERSTON i I,:
a The Panama' Area;Armed Fores teague All-Stars won the first game of a best tWo-outef-three
game series from the league champs, the Fort' Kobbe Regulars,. 4-3 in a real thltner
itt, Balboa Stadium last night. ' ",, ',..
A The second game et the American Legion sponnred series which is in direct.support- et
the, Boy'S. State program, will get underway, at 7:31l o'clock tonight at the Stadium, ;J
: The-4.11.Stars picked up :last eighth stanza the' All.Stars grab,. ,
night't .win..the hard.waro bed the lead for the first time.
r,;lig Norton, Fort Kobbe hurler, Second- baseman Jim Gregory
hen the Star8 handcuffed over the led off the inning by' striking out
r five' innings allowing them no but- advanced toi first base.when
uns on only one hit- while 'the the 'catcheriet tha,ball get away ;
guiars' had 'picked up on -tally from ,,hint. ,,
133, virtue or three hits.' Third baseman Frank,',Ontidirglii
, beat out,a bunt for:a base ,hit,and 1.
Each team picked up Jun' in leftfielder ..Arnie ,Daniel ',singled
1
:the sixth' inning and Hien the Gregory,' home fromthird.: I 1
- r4s., iv I

- ticed the runners to Second and teal. The physicians also report..
U N 'S Kequest tor
.
leather,,Or Not third and they crossed the plats'
, on two consecutive errors by th
ed that Pound Was "not., denier.
'
d tan life bis 'own We. I
' us an Hijacked Plane
, ,... .,, catcher. ,
, Kobbe came hick strong' with els -2 Rejected' By ,Reds
, runs of their own in the eighth in inning
ning inning to cut the deficit to,44 going i
' Princess.Grac
weather report for the 24
s 'ending' $ a.m. 'Iodayi into the Jinal canto, Is PANDtlUNJOIVI Korea (UP)
ared by the Meteorological :
The United Nations Command yes
llydrographic Brancluot the Two bassi on'halls- and s, tvie terday demanded for the ath time
Sol)
taxi CanalComPanYti:,.y. fielder's choice plavt out Kobbe ut, an 1111 the return of the Korean National

Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours tiding' S a.m. 'Iodayi h
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branchot the
Panaink CanaLCompany:,-
Balboa Crist6bai
',TEMPERATURE: ,
High I w 113 115
Low- 112 , SO
trummrricr-';'
; High 4.:0 89 , ;
,Low 44 I :68
WIND: 4
' (max. mph) NW-29, N-18
RAIN (inches) 0 0
wArEit TEMP: :
(inner harbors) 'IS 84
SUNDAE, APRIL 20
High - Low'
4:3G a.m. 10:48 am
4:46 p.m. 21:06
A,;:s I
1 1 bivikt
,
TODAY,--- 75c. and 40c.
1:00, 2:40,1130, 6:40, 9:00 p.m.
t:ST anon.
El CESERT VAR 91'8
. AN:IALS! ct 4
.
Nor 10.4 $
,h,40 ".10
4
3 NORTON
Oodi lied
triT JETNENS
,
,
' NO N
P 01P1111A1111 natERIN
it.st 1)601,011J r

r Daiona,;,. luist,74, I runnoro,n first and third.Itt tho lila IIIISM 10MOITOVI I Airlines Plane kiJaqked to North I

ti g
reenfield, who relieved cy II, ..,
, ,...., tirause win ye vstpu,v-t 'Maar Armistice.Cominis. I
. e rnucess i- mand Y lEmern ncy 3hinmeg
e
-.4. Hummrricr: .. ,,,-- is ; Br d 1 the ninth Inni men ', 1! ,., ,,,.'A',4 ''.. ''''','' l'' ,;) Alexandre' Lottis Tierre Grimaldi '
nista' for d t ns 'ancl ', ,,, :
giving ecorn io
- .- '' -s. 4. tomorrow as Groom Prince Albe
7 ' High 4 -,..- 6: ''''' '' .68 I ,, eeeadYtongst the mat hvo botter; ,,'I-, ,..''.,,,' -...' 7 14 aNL.a C: 4 ;14 11,
I I
, Dfflue an Oefkeklia a Is sion alS0' criticized the Commu Commu,
, Commu, -,' Low ,,,;,,, 44 I ik... ,

- - L uoT soul Pis gliTo forthet Liu; eidr4vaLa7,.. "b. --..
", 1 money to the hiJackers.,
witiNn t 4 i Stars.. nt
'Int IR!'" itarti

-7;;;;; ,n;m11 WW-90 V;111 rtraA. .-:L-L"1 A. I EaCiacen Victoria of Scala will I iit cl;tyls finia ,Ig .1414.,r1 1.11114 I

Rain inenes; , u . v aorum tne loser.-;,,, 't-, '-s i' 4. 1 .'ip,:,g'4.1.:Itle'i,:;,t,,, !1' : ',.,,,,:: t "N,
. i -, :, ',...;.,.. :. Before game. eeremoniee featur r it;',4,,:,,,;:144,i'7
,
. WATER TEMP: ': --,'n ed the pitching of the first ball bY I- I 0A-mmy-4teetterdols',a;';race
- (inner barbors)'1g .': 1 8 :-., CoI., Robert- W, Garrett; command- '. V Kirl- -;,: -.0, ,,t la4 ha
1
-

,mos, ,f V I ikv A. A g-..!F 1 .. IsAL 4.1.As .11.11.6, n Pringten AinIAL

4:45, p.m. ,, 11 alb p.m. Should Fort 'Kobbe-whi to'night
, ) a third will be played at'Balboa ,' , ,. ',- ,
116 Stadium ,Sunday nighLat 7:30 et. :Z-,. -
, thim in,hifrown osta,j102,....1,
I 1

, I 11 CIOCK4. 4 ." , -- ....v. 1

Alt 11 : 1,- .1 I , monui. 1. , 'truce
. 34:44. kikstAte, :
,

I' "- '"ft""-

,
, ill &MIL WI, L a& aaLia V La I ,..,,,,, ,...-7----,,r, , tne court nas
, 5aid it received an emergency or. R ,., , ,.. critics' own s
der, for 1,500,000 doses and that snid, It is on
TODAY.--- 75c. and 40c. the first batch would. arrive in ebel Metropolis against anothe
,
' 1:60, 2:40, 1130, 6:40, 9:00 p.m. London by plane today. -, ,A N ', e ,, ; ........ .n.......
: The ministry announcement fol. of Padang Taken .- I ..."
Is II ill
, it, i it
L STL Ali G EXPLOIT lowed hurried consultations be.
tween' Orficials and inedical ad ad.
. ad. a 72.14k
L CESERTIAR ,i risers. They acted after. 3ritish In'd 'esiLns
OP 1 (laird' .. TODAri
.
,
ALlAist ' t 4P members' of Parliament charged JAKARTA, (11P) The indones
ne'wsnapers, t medical .' men and
,
the government failed to allow for, tan government today announced
.- -, 8
loss of polio vaccine through ac. capturi of the,rebel metropolis of 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,.L,
, 4 .0.1ki-,..1 1,'...,. ''' cidents and delays in' shipments. Padanft in an fannhihinne attaelt ii '-'' VII etiktiN

loss -of polio vaccine through ae- capturi of the ,rebel -i'netropolis of 11 .----------,,,,,
, r. t, .,, v,e.-I .", NI
WEE'KEND'RELE
- ,-----:-J-n--- 0-110:4. cidents and delays in' shipments. Padang in an amphibious attack
, The polio controversv reached a and indicated its land forceswere 1:15, 2:55, 4:56, 6:57, a
,
climax ., this week when,,,eolinty closin g' in on the rebel capital of
medical officer& charged Britain Bukittinggi. , - r,;:n. esmy ERE AND AE
, . ..
t.
Ox it
L ,0 4 0,
a 3 million doses short as the The drives announied in a gov- f .;
i..... N:,:illOrt,A SION
4', .,,p, I ( ,(1
1 et ,, ,4,
, nation apnroached the beginning ernment Communique coincided I
rm-st t,s''.. a,,s' 4
,,L Of the polio 'season. They born- with statements by the' Indonesian -;,. LOODEO TO A (
L p pol i,..,t
, barded Health Minister Derek foreign minister the rebels would 1 ... ,,I, ,,,.,rxxv-,--4,-"s'
'
1( k Li
Walker Smith with urgent de. be crushed by next week., The .."---..
, mands for suPplies. - ' rebels were belived c o n c e n- !,;,,. ..
,,,
He renlied in a written 'state- trated ,between Padang and Hu. ,-- -0,, ,'
,
. ) ,.. ,,, 1( fti,,,,;(' , ment to the Housn' nf Commons kittinggi, 40 miles to the, north. 'fi,
,,
4.,,, t
, 4-,,,,k
k that American produetion difficul. The communique said the rebl t,
, ties 'liar, retarded, the Teceipt ns els were fleeing from Padang un- 3, '1
.3'
thrther Salk vaecine."' ,, der constant air attack and' that
, )
However, ministry officials went the loyalist troops, suffered, no
.
intn urgent consultation when casualties in the long-expected
, ,,N8 ,,,
,
, British newsnaners published US. vasion. , , 1
ht. I ''' ,,,,,,, N
-..., Ii o..664-.
statements thst vaccine enuM be At the same time, loyalist col. I
.., ..
' on its wny to Britain within hours umns marching west, across Stt- I I t :ft
''''' f"1""3 t 11 k
..,..ollit mit IWO ,.. .
t

i to orooring. , 1 matra d to close a riant ninoor 11 1
I Atm" to mnrkin I S it it 8'1E1

Ion th tebe.ls; captuied I
,
,
Sungaldrach and Tandjog
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ti.o1111 IIVIVS 001.111.111611. : M Ma Gen..,. Abdul
I
I ..1N,asptiond 1

11' ;4' 'm'''en'7''a"re'"' we 1 ve";nTn gt". 1: eb ri ueb'ellss ;
e,
rri .s
1 on Celebes Island as well as on
1:11 I la 4.. ;
- su
U. r, :
, -
,
Tn Manila 'loyalist Foreign Min.
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fe;zs.iitZiat : 1:;0,!7:!, , -$0:,4)400001(svAwAN:4,40.:::,.....,,,AA::,,:ox,xt,,,--44:,,,,t.,..:,,..:,,.:3f.,,,j y,- ij"I I t yth-
ma or e Ire imp a e

, , ,,,,,.. . ,,- ,,,,, , . , , ,,, ,, ,, ,. ,: 1,, A ,N,P 0....:".fr... 9.1t loyalists are "buying arms from I
, NEVILLE BRAND JOHN Mc
wo, off ma A tatutielA pictORE SLIDING, HOME .t,,,; 'Port Kobbe catcher Lennie Gittens slides In with one oloeFort kobbe's three runs during last night's 4.-3 f 0.001..ialked 1
, fence would be deofenino
'1,,,,mit.. thi Yugoglavia, Czechoslovakia,India '4, 1.nblbud bY WM"' Pertbrnd Ga
- and Eqypt.7 He denied, however, ,,- homarkerws.ystm.ndic
, m
, opamoscopg ,,, , loss tea the pa,nama Area Artned'porces League All-Stars-at-BilbOa- Stadium. '11118 wok the. first' ora'best two-but-of -thfee things they understoodY (17.thi, si VW bt Ymtony din Screonphly by
game series sponsored by the American Legion and in direct support of Boys' State. The se,cond game of the series gets
'.. 1101)11-04-01f- 4, that they have received any di. u. Aralammatiukan
underway tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Stadium., If a third.. game is necessary It. will be :PloYed tomOrrow night a t7:30 o'- -- -' Nu -- rect shipments of arms from Rus: 1.,..;.'111-AY'---,911., ..',.. 1
,
--s"----"----1-0, clock. also at Balboa Staditun.--(U.S. Artily., Photo) 'I. ,, , i ,, f e ,
,
, ,
'
,
, ,
,
,, ,,
.

bid the lead for the first time,.
" Second- baseman Jim Gregory
led off the inning by striking out
but- advanced tot first base .when
the catcheriet the ,ball get away
from him- ,,.1 '
Third baseman Frank,,Gxidirillii
beat out a bunt for a base ,hit ,and
leftfielder Arnie Daniel singled
Gregory home fromthird.
- Catcher Manuel Lopes sacri-1
ficed the runners to second and
third and they crossed the plate'
on two consecutive errors by th
catcher. ,
Kobbe came Nick stiont with
runs of their own in the eighth in inning
ning inning to cut the deficit to,4-3 going
into the ;final canto,
, -,,
, Two bases on'balls- and s, tvio
fielder's choice plays put kobbe
runners on first and third in the
half of the ninth inning with on-,
ly one out, but Dick Greenfield,
who relieved Cy Brady 'In the
inning with only one out, Al) t
Dick Greenfield, who relieved Cy
Brady in the mnth Inning, man--
e aged to get the mxt,hvo batters
out to save the game for the AIL)
Stars,
Brady Vag the ,winning pitcher,
Norton the loser. t. 1
Before game ceremonies featur
ed the pitching of the first ball by
CoI. Robert W. Garrett; command commanding
ing commanding officer, lst Battle Group, 20th
Infantry and short speech on the
Boys' State program by Judge Gu Guthrie
thrie Guthrie 'Crowe.
Should Fort 'Kobbe. Win tonfght
a third will be played at'Balboa
Stadium ,Sunday nighLat 7:20
-

v ueau uuu a uuub Lur a ;Juba ,uu Alai 1
tered yem-ain's of thi iiiain syna.
In leftfielder Arnie ,Daniel singled i
1 I eral ThUrMan', mnoin,, weacung
I Pound's case,' told the court doe..
',he Gregory, home fromthird ,,- I I gogue. ",-, - ti -,.
, 1 tors had found the v poet never ,, , - .--, .,,,
.,,, ,, Catcher Manuel Lopes seat! I
A ,: IP
, i would recover enough to' stand ,,.. ,,, ( ,

'

s'. 1 7-777- 7,7,7,7 r 11.ora Yeb. 16. The, Communists liph A
), p .1 lila Of inn ninth inning With on.. 1 1 , to, nin th.
o'r IY one out; but Dick arimmfialti, 1, ,P.s, ,

en 1 wno rouvvoo cy Brady 'in tho ,r- R ie and LI,S. Army Col. Frank P. Carr,
son-,-of Pr r thipf neoretary nti.tho (Am ,
1)1
" inning with only ono out. lb t 1

,

. n ca.3 wan Imrg 1 -

- El I ssN ', I Phdang. the headminrtor-a---fiT;i1 i

vs. mum, ovum., ou InueS SOUtnensr of 1
of E

, ir

II I ,A InollneeMent 11

it it Ft Y ' I' C r. 1 1 4411 1 ictor Silhantirits onnfirrnael I

, li la
114004A.'",ve WAscotoklotwAt4,4.V.,
they understood, the si siSLIDINO
SLIDINO siSLIDINO HOME Port Kobbe catcher Lennie Oittens slides In with one otyort kobbe's three runs during last night's 4.-3 tked 1 '"
,
fence would be deofenirta
IC on y about tho.-
loss to the FamanurAreilrmed Forces 'League All-Stars-s.1,-BilbOi'Stadium. was: the' first of, a best two-out-of-three things
game series sPonsored by the American Legion and in direct support Ait 13oys' State. The se,cond game of .the series gets
underway tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Stadium.. If a third g sme, is necessary It.will be:played tomorrow night t7:30 o'- --
clock. also at Balboa StadiumM.8. Ariny Photo) '" ' i

: : :'

nes

, Oli April 19;,1943, the, Germans
, , , ttorney Oliver GaSch Itold Judge i-------- ---- ---- -- 1
1
Ghetto -with .. troops tacked by
s ,Vie ory,,, c :
-r''""7'"'"""'"'"'"''''''''''''''',7"--", Laws it was "in the interests of iews tirst and la t t '' --
launched the ali-out attack on the
e,..;,.: : .", :., : justice.7--The Justice Department
. , ,.. i has coneeded it would, be impos impostanks:
tanks: impostanks: planes ; and artillery, The
',-,,, :' sible ,to try yound at this late
VI-, German command announced the
. date' because witnesses and
ictory i on May 18 and
", dence have scattered. ,' ',
1 I ',, Fprmer Assistant Attorney Gen'. final
, ce ebra ed by blowing un the ghat

i- laik1.,,a,digoado.oliwA
'. il HAMMY. Reenero is s,,'Ilice
,,i. horse that, wonl, rum,' Sid he
. 1 loves 1 movid .:caineras.', Actor
i
,' ,' G.rego7.,', Feekw in., the; saddle,
,, liked him ,se niuth: that "he, put
, him in tir own stfige.
'

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Hoover
NEW YORK, April 19 (1113)--
Former President Hoover today
underwent a successful opera operation
tion operation ,for removal .01 'the gall
bladder, a Columbia Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian Medical Center spokesman
announced. -
- The 83-year-old former Presi President
dent President took what he had told doe doetors
tors doetors was his-- first anesthetic
when the operation began at 8
a.m.; the, spokesman said. The
operation was completed at 9:15
a.m.; 15 minutes earlier than
had been expected.--
sons, -Herbert Jr.,
and Alan, were ot the hospital
during the operation. :
: Hoover entered the Hark Harkness
ness Harkness pavilion of the medical
center Thursday, and doctors
completed a physical examina examination
tion examination yesterday. They described
, his condition as 4good" except
for' this gall bladder condi--
Hon.".
WASHINGTON ADP) Ezra
Pound, famous as poet and no notorious
torious notorious as an accused traitor, was
granted his freedom yesterday
after spending 12 years in SL
Elizabeth's Mental Hospital.
,'Fideral ludge Bolitha Y. Laws
dismissed a 1946 treason indict indictment
ment indictment against, the 72-year-old
Pound,' who broadcast anti-Amer.
ican attacks from Fascist Italy
during World War it
P011ild, who had lived abroad
for, 37 years, was committed to
St.., Elizabeth's after. it was an announced
nounced announced he- could, not .stand,,trial
beaus, of insanity.
' Dr- Winfred Overholser, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of' St. Elizabeth's, said
Pound could leave "the- hospitll
whenever,' he wished.' The poet's
wife 'has said she wants to' take
him back to Italy. She has lived
near the hospital throughout her
husband's confinement.
The government did 'not opposel
dismissal of the indictment. U.S.
Attorney Oliver Gesell ,told Judge
Laws it MIS "in the interests of
justice.,"- Tbe' Justice Department
has conceded it would, be impos impossible
sible impossible ,to try Pound at this late
date' because witnesses and evi evidence
dence evidence have scattered.
Former Assistant Attorney Gen General,
eral, General, Thurman ; Arnold pleading
Pound's case, told the court, doc doctors
tors doctors had found the v poet never
would recover enough to stand
teal. The physicians also report reported
ed reported that Pound Was "not, danger dangerous
ous dangerous and tan life bis 'own We.'
Pncess Grace!
tionlh-Old Soir!
Baphsm.Toittiorrow':1
,
MONACO .-(1111'.. The month monthold
old monthold sonof Prince Rainier and
PrincessGrace will be baptized
tomorrow as Crown Prince Albeit
Alexandre Lottis 'Pierre Grimaldi
in Monaco's. Rdman Catholic
thedraL
Ex-Quein Victoria of Swan will
be the godmother. Prince Louis
de Polignac, a relative by mar marriage
riage marriage of Rainier's father, Count
Pierre ',de Poligriace will be god-'
father.
None 'of Princess Grace'S rela relatives,from
tives,from relatives,from the United States was
expected to be present. Iler mo mother,
ther, mother, Mrs, John B. Kelly; of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, was here for the birth
of the heir to the throne 'March
14, but leturned ,homa late last
month.-

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uu one tit air violations wnien tne
Communist charged against, the
de Pohgnac,, s! relative by mar
riage of Rainier's father, Count U.N. Command on' March, 22,
Pierre ',de Poligriae,, will, be go&
father. , ;Kim charged Carr only brought
None 'of Princess Grace'S rela- tip, tile hijacking incident itgain to
tivesfrom the United States was decelire, the people of the world
expected to be present. Rer mo- on the, recent provocative acts by
ther, Mrs, John B. Kelly; of Phil- ','your side," He said that in addi.
adelphia was here for the birth tion,to 22 air violations,. the U.N. I
of the heir to the throne March forces set fires on Comrntmist ter terI
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Nurses have received instruc instruction
tion instruction not to "thwart" the former
President's nightly habit,of ris rising
ing rising at 2 ain. and either work working,
ing, working, playing cards or reading
until about 4 a.m., the spokes spokesman
man spokesman said.
He indicated Hoover might be
released from the hospital soon,
but would -not elaborate.,
Hoover has had severai gall
bladderi attacks in the past. The
lbst occurred in 1950 when he
Surviyors
Pay lion:r To Jevis
Of Ghello U;rising
WARSAW (UP)Survivors of
what once was the btggest Jewish,
community in the world are meer
ing here today to pay tribute,t. to
the 80,000 Jews who fought to the
death in the Warsaw ghetto' up:
rising 15, years ago.,
The group bolding -ieremonies
will represent the Jews
left alive from the 3,500,000 whe
lived in sPoland, before the Nazi
onslaught.
' They. will pay ,their respects tO
the 3 million Polish' Jews who
died hi the Nazi coneentration
camps and the 3 million Jews in
other Nazi.occupiedcountries who
were tortured, -starved, -'gassed,
shot or beaten' to death,
But the main ceremonle's
honor the Jews' who fought ;the'
desperate battle of the ghetto that
raged, through the' spring 'and
early summe; of 1943 against mi.
knerically and 'militarily superior
Nazi forces.
tThrough the summer and fall -o
1943 ,the, slaughter went on and
Jewr with ,courage born of 'de.
ipair. prepared to fight back; The
anti-Fascist bloc was formed and
set up the JPwish Fighters Organ Organization
ization Organization IZOB) )
The first fighting came in Jan January,
uary, January, 1943, when the Waffen .SS
entered the ghetto to round ; up
more victims for ,the gas ovens,
Th6 ZOB counter'. attacked and
after three days, of savage'fight.
, drove the Germans ( back
throngh the walls. It was .; the
Jews iirst and last victory, 1
, On April 19;1143, the? Germans
launched the ali.out attack on the
Ghetto -with .,troops backed by
tanks:' planes and artille,ry, The
German command announced the
"final Victory"), on i.May 18 and
celebrated by blowing up the shat.
tered remains of the Main syna.
gogue.
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PANMUNJOM, 'Korea (UP)
The United Nations Command yes
terday demanded for the 8th time
the return of the Korean National
Airlines plane hijacked to 'North
Korea Feb. 16. The Communists
again rejected the request
' U,S.,Army Col. Frank F. Carr,
thief secretary of,the U.N. Com Command
mand Command Military Armistice.Cominis Armistice.Cominissiono.
siono. Armistice.Cominissiono. also. criticized the Commu Communists
nists Communists for giving decorations and
money th the hijackers.
;At the same time,'be admitte,
one of 22 air violations'which the
Communist charged against, the
U.N. Command on' March, 22,
;Kim charged Carr only brought
tip, tile hijacking incident itgain to
deceiVe. the people of the world
on the, recent provocative acts by
"your side," Ile said that in addi.
tion,to 22 air violations,. the U.N.
forces set fires on Commimist ter territery
ritery territery by firing:flares across the
truce Iine.

entered a hospital for treat treatment.
ment. treatment. The former President has
been in good health. and ac active
tive active in recent months. He re recently
cently recently spent a fishing vaca vacation
tion vacation in Florida and in Feb Feb'
' Feb' ruary gave a major address at
Valley Forge, Pa, where he ac accepted
cepted accepted a Freedom Foundation
award and a George Washing Washington
ton Washington honor medal.
His last known illness waS in
1953 whet' he watt hospitalized
In Miami Beach with a cold.
' Hoover, who lives at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, is occuPying
a room on the 10th floor of the
203-bed pavilion, a unit of the
20-acre medical center.
The Harkness Pavillot is a
division of the hospital devoted
largely to, the care of wealthy
patients, who are given as much
privary its possible. It is located
in ,the Washington Heights sec-,
tion of uptown Manhattan.

, liamp 01. Secrecy
Al Penla4on Level LevelDenied
Denied LevelDenied By Snider -:,
WASHINGTON (UP) -,-- Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Defense' Secretary Murray,
Snyder today vigorously defended
Delense,Department public infor information
mation information policies against charges of
censorship made by Rep., John E.
Moss. :
Snyder's speech before the an annual
nual annual convention ,of the American
Society 'of Newspaper Editors was
in rebuttal t one made Thursday
by Miss, California Democrat and
chairman' of the House, Goverp Goverpment
ment Goverpment -Information' Subcommittee.
,Moss had contended that stIman stImanagement
agement stImanagement of news'? at the Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon has reaehed all "alarming de degree"
gree" degree" under nyder, and would
become even worse under Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's recent instrud instrudtions
tions instrudtions to tighten up controls.
Snyder told the editors in re re-
- re- 'Anyone who reads the volume
of de'ense information in the dai'y
newspapers knows that things
aren't as bad as Gloomy John
paints them. -.
,"Congressman Moss In 4 his
blaSts about censorship, muzzling,
' suppression, and his, warnings o
worse to come is engaging in iro9-
ginative, swivel chair report report!,,The
!,,The report!,,The Pentagon Information: chief
spoke the-Moss subcommittee
came up with' a new chargethat
the administration is endangering
the nation's- survival by miring
S. scientists. in "Swainp of
secrecy."
It said its hearings on'scientific
information show that "eacessive
secrecy, regulationsissued in the
name of national security-p-have
sti'led the nation's scientific pro progress.
gress. progress. The hearings, it said,
made' "apparent that restrictions
on 'scientific information in ,the
United States are closely related
to the nation's loss of the first
lap in 4he race,,into space," .,.
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1,1 LONDON UP) ---iBritain yester yesterday
day yesterday ordered. emergency shipments
of Salk polie ,vaccine from t b e
United States amid charges of
"bungling ; incompetente",-.. a n d
"chaos" in the distribution of the
vaccine. '
The .Ministry of Health spid
rangements,,were made with a
"large firm ,American pre preducers"
ducers" preducers" to get'new vaccine to, re replace
place replace 1,300,000 doses. "destroyed
because,' live, germs were dis discovered.
covered. discovered. ,
(In Detroit,- 'Parke-DaVis:', Co.,'
5aid it received an emergency or order,
der, order, for 1,500,000 doses and that
the first batch would arrive in
Londoit by plane today. -,
t The ministry announcement fol followed
lowed followed hurried consultations be between'
tween' between' orficials and inedical ad advisers.
visers. advisers. They acted after- British
newsnapers, medical ; men ,' and
members' of Parliament charged
the government failed to allow for
loss of polio vaccine through ac accidents
cidents accidents and delays in' shipments.
The polio controversv reached a
climax thia week when ,county
medical officer& charged Britain
was 3 Milli01 doses short as the
nation apProached the beginning
Of the polio 'aeason. They bom bombarded
barded bombarded Health Minister Derek
Walker Smith vvith urgent de demands
mands demands for suPplies.
He renliad in a written 'state 'statement
ment 'statement to the House' of Commons
that A,merican production difficui.
tie?' "hart retarded the receipt ot
further Salk vaecine."
However, ministry officials went
intn urgent consultation when
British newsnaners published U.S.
atatamenls that vaccine envM be
on its way to Britain within hours
'V ordering.
I LlararLt Lyn: I,
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Raid

FIRST AIDLSgt., Pedro Rivera? Ortiz app116s a iirst ald ;Mlint
to the sprairted wrist of Sp3 Charles Matteson on Taboga Island.
, , (U.S. Army Photo)

USlim'y's Goodwill Ittedic On Taboija
Cop'es With Labor Pains, fish Hooks

By Sp2 WILLIAM COOPER place 'a fish hook doesn't belong,.
1
, , ,, bandage a sprained, wrist 1 and
The sleepy island of Taboga, 154 prepare a packet of cold remedies.
ing 16 miles off the coast of Pa- There is one common denominati
nama, luxuriates in the warm tro- or, however the respect and ad-
pical climate. The Saa comes up, miratioA which hi& military asso
the inhabitants go about t h e i r elates and the resident islanders
chores, the visitors and tourists hold for Sergeant Rivera-Ortiz.
come and go, the sun goes down. ' 0
; On the island is all alert radar
6 Letal fipirls',:,::
section of the 74th AAA Battalion,
which has headquarters ''at Fort
Clayton. Sixteen men are based a- D
eted Sup' ferie''''' '
bout a half-mile from the main vil. II
lage of Taboga, With these men is ,
a medical technician; Sgt. Pedro
Courl'i Dcisions
Rivera-Ortiz, who administers 1st
aid to the soldiers. ' 1 '
.,
, At the sergeant's morning "sick SOUTH BEND, Ind. 1UP).-,,Six
call" he treats routine ailments legal experts today defended the
which otherwise might necessittahtee tUa.eSk.'s Seutpemremmine gCfrouremt ;daegeailsniesteetit;
a time-consuming boat trip to
the school segregation and othet
dispensary on the mainland. Min Minn
n Minn d major Controversial persohal lib-
or colds, eases of ,sunburn a
small scratches art taken care of erty cases.4 -. l ,, -, v ,
b him. When any medical prob. 4ANestryme pDoesimuMe laavit teheeheUelniwvearrseietdy :
lems call for treatment other than

.
tall" he treats routine ailments legal experts today defended the
, ,At the sergeant's mornmg "sick SOUTH BEND, Ind. IIIP)-,Siii
which otherwise might necessitate US.' Supreme Court ; against at- )
the tacks stemming from decisions la t
a time-consuming boat trip to
the school segregation and othet
dispensary on the mainland. Min Minor
or Minor colds, eases of ,sunburn a n d major controversial .personal lib-
small scratches are taken care of erty cases.i -, l -...,,, .
lems call for treatment other than of Notre Dame law school warned
that a '"clamorous and incessant 44
b him. when any medical prob. 'A symposiunt at the University
first aid,' Rivera-Ortiz arranges
for' immediate transportation to I attack". on the high tribunal maYe
the mainland for, proper medical bP going too far. t i
the status of the ?court 'kits an
treatment. 'i.r.,- f' 6 Constitutional ,laW experts said
American institution WAS eno
i,. h iSsmcieutiami i:t1 ,, tahneci tamn gpualri al Irv.? yi
dangered ,, by 'proposals-4uch A' se i
the Jenner hill. which would re,, 1
remote island 4k disrupted by a
native inhabitant's need of med.
kat treatment. The residents rest
easier now,' faro,- although they Speakers said'that -polities' and,' A
strict..its powers.; -i N , --, t, '.',
, recent key ,decisions have been 1
have no doctor, they can depend sociology--two" grounds on 'which'V
,en first aid treatment in an em- attackedhave a place ,in the de- 1
Nancy from Rivera.Ortiz.
slipped liberation of the, nine Justices.
, Last month? a,. villager
"It's one g r 0 u p'0 Sociology 1
and fell on lus machete,. He was against, another's," said ,. Prof. 1
brought to the sergeant with his Robert A. Leflar of the University ,:j
arm severe4y slashed., The artery
was severed and the man w a s
bleeding profusely., The m e d i c of Arkansas. , 1 ,,-;,, r, ,
"Mei, stuls of polities in the
largerli sense," Chicago attorney
quickly applied a tourniquet and Carl -, McGowan said, ,,,memerges I
first aid dressing. As a 'result, the from ,the big court cases' and th
main court cannot hope to be completel'
villager W10 able to reach pr,oper
medical authorities on the ly isolated from the dint arid heat.'
land tor treatment with tompara. of political contention.", ',. g
. Critics bt, the 1954 'Supreln -1
tive safety. , ', ,,,,
When, a young village ': mother
had a sudden onset of premature school segregation for Negro ..
Court decision s t ri k i a g dow
official goodwill ambassador form have accused the Justices uncle, '.'1
cision
labor pains one afternoon, this un untailed,
tailed, untailed, ply ,possible future compli compligminaginglauniedk.
gminaginglauniedk. compligminaginglauniedk. Earl Marren of basing that d
sc Da otirotnasti obny toe rtrhaen the leadership of Chief Justi
on "sociology, not law."
, If they did, 'Lefler tsaid in If
that day at Santo Tomas hospital address, they lire being criticize
in Panama City, she gave birth to
a healthy boy., .' -. for "what, courts have in our SYs
, - tem always done."
Latratenit
,, 'Prior to his preient duty, Rivera. He said the mo'clern -approael
Ortiz was assigned to Headquart. by fluch 'courts as the. Suprem
ers Battery, 903rd AAA Battalion Court may be viodiscreet,". ,".
at Fort Clayton, Before his arrival subtle,"' and "tactlessly' frank, ,i
in Panama this past July,'he was talking .',openly about sociology
asigned to Rodriguez U.S. A r ni Y "where' older courts used verb.
Hospital at Fort Brooke, P.R., as lege that had more the sound of
a ward specialist., He has been at law books to it," :,,1 ,. ,t.
Taboga since November. ,, .. ,"What critics of the court 'ar
The sergeant's days never are concerned about; of course,. is no
routine. In 'rapid succession he that social values are being take
,may,' remove a fish hook from a into account by -a court, but that
"--------"'" the court has not accepted the
',' .' cr
limo own social -.value
R b' 1111 '11 '' 4' ' s brit
e e e ropo is spd., it is one gloup 3 soctolog '.
' agamst another'S.' ', ,

treatment. f 6 ;
Sometimes than ttanquillity of
this quaint Aind comparatively
remote island 4,s, disrupted by a
native inhabitant's need of med medical
ical medical treatment. The residents rost
easier now,' faro,- although they
have no doctor, they can depend
,on first aid treatment in an sm.' 1
Nancy from Rivera-Ortiz.
, Last month? a,. villager slipped
and fell on lus,machete. He was
brought to the sergeant with his
arm severely slashed-, The artery
was severed and the man w a s
bleeding profusely. The medic
quickly applied a tourniquet and
first aid dressing. As a result, the 1
villager was able to reach prloper 1
medipal authorities on the main mainland
land mainland tor treatment with tompara.
tive safety. , ',,
When a young village mother
had a sudden onset of premature
labor pains one afternoon, this un unofficial
official unofficial goodwill ambassador fores forestailed
tailed forestailed ply .possible future compli complications
cations complications by arranging. quick tram
soortation to the mainland, Later
that day at Santo Tomas hospital
in Panama City, she gave birth to
a healthy boy.
'Prior to his present duty, Rivera.
Ortiz was assigned to Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters Battery, 903rd AAA Battalion
I at Fort Clayton, Before his arrival
in Panama this past July,' he was
assigned to Rodriguez U.S. A r nt Y
Hospital at Fort Brooke, P.R., as
a ward specialist. He has been at
Taboga since November.
The sergeant's days never,are
routine. In Tapid succession he
,maY:temove a fish hook from a
,
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JAKARTA, (UP)--- The indones
tan government today announced
capturi of the ,rebel metropolis of I
Padang in an amphibious attack
and indicated its land forceswere
closin g' in on the rebel capital of 1
Bukittinggi. ,
The drives announied In a gov government
ernment government COMMunitale coincided
with statements by the' Indonesian
foreign minister the rebels would
be crushed by next week., The
rebels were belived conce n ntrated
trated ntrated ,between Padang and Bu-,
kittinggi, 40 miles to the, north.
The communique said the reb rebels
els rebels were fleeing from Padang un-
der constant air attack and' that
the loyalist troops suffered no
casualties in the long-expected in invasion.
vasion. invasion. ,
At the same time, loyalist coil
umns marching west across Sd Sdrnatra
rnatra Sdrnatra to close a giant pincer
on the rebels, captured Takung.
hilir Sungaidrach and Tandjung
Moto, about 80 miles southeast of
Padang, the headquarters an.
nonncemnt said.
Maj. Gen. Abdul 11.1Nasution,
the loyalist chief of staff, said his I
men are cleaning out the,rebels
ort Celebes Island as well as on
Sumatra. L
tn Mtmilaoyailst Foreign Min. 1
ister, Subandrio confirmed, oli oliciallV
ciallV oliciallV for the first time that the
loyalists are "buying arms from I
Yugoglavia. Cxechoslovakia,India 1
and Egypt.'.' He denied, however,
that they have received any di.
rect shipments of arms from Rus: 1

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wrist 1 and
Id remedies.
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pect and,ad-
Lilitary assoa '.
,nt islanders
vera.Ortiz.
s-' ,, '
IS '. I
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OnS ' :
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i'efle nt IdPe)d.".
thSixe :,
against at- ) k
decisions id t A
n and othet
?ersonal lib-
e University st
:hoot warned )
nd incessant q
ibtinal maye
, t ,t
,
eZperts said
,ourt 'k AS all
,
n was en
ilt-',,etich ,i at
h would re,, 1
,
,
'politics' and,,, A '','.
is on 'which'V
) have been il '
!e ,in the de- l k
1 justices. ''
,'0 Sociology i
said ),, prot 4,,, ,i
te Univetsity ,'
1 ,,N)- ): ,
itics in the i',
go attorney
,
t, ,1"emerges
ises and th L.'
be completel. ''
int and heat,:
ft.", '.. j :
54 'SupreMJ-1
kin g dow 1,
for Negro
stices uncle, :'I
hief Justi
ing that d "N)
not law."' '
tsaid in h' 1
.ng criticize
D in our sys
tit approael-
the, Suprem
icreet,' ,4!
sly' frank, ,i 4 i
It sociology ;,
I
used verb.
the sound of J
le court 'ar
ourse, is no .,
) being take ,,
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urt, but that
ccepted the
values," b 1
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