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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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, UNITED NATIONS,' Icy., April 21 (UP)--The United
'States had Mustered overwhelming sUppirt of UN Sectir Sectirity,
ity, Sectirity, COUnCil members today against Soviet charges that
U.S,bornbefs laden with. hydrogen bombs, threaten to start
;World War 111'1,i flying'toWard Rvasta,-, '
,Th.-SiCti. rity COLInCil was caned into session' at 3
to ,htar-thse coMplaint, made, first on, friday by So So'
' So' Niet Foreign. Ministet Andrel,Oronlylco.
, American officials expected! ani-, So-vier, resolution
jflenouncing the UnitOd State,s 'Ioniu'ld'be beaten' by a' 9 to

SecUrity Council vote;
!Soviet representative Arkady A.
, Soho lev was taking the 'rostrum
first to demand "urgent measures
to put an end to flights by Unit.
- ed States military aircraft arm arm,
, arm, ed with atomic and hydrogen
bombs in the direction of the fron
tiers' of the Soviet Union-"
U.S.-Ambassador Henry Cabot
, Lodge', Jr., backed by experts of
; the Strategic Air Com6and,, and
the Defense and State Depart Depart(
( Depart( tnents' planned to a, Sobolev
t h, a carefully. docultented
speech 'that would refute gromY gromYko's
ko's gromYko's charges the flights were "pro
: locative," ,
'' -.Members of the Securityttoun Securityttouns
s Securityttouns ell were prepared to, go into an
extraordinary night session Of 'tie,
tessary to wind up the question
'-' as soon as pert ible. Lodge, Securi
' ty Council president for the month
of Aptil, was reported to havi the
' backing of Canada, China, Co Colombia,,
lombia,, Colombia,, France, Iraq, Japan:1Pa Japan:1Pa'.
'. Japan:1Pa'. name and Britain, current np.m.
- ber of the, Council ,hesides Ilus
sia. w, le
' The Russian complaint against
the United States --first major
El-A-West, Security Council
'flict since Russia crushed the a
tiCommunist revolt.in,,Hungaryt
-
yernrred o. a "report,of ,the
i,ewsl g y ,UnVeZ).
, rress.1! ;,
. l This-report wai a dispatch
: Trank H- Bartholomew, President
of the United Tress,' written oa
April If after two personal vis' to
Strategic Air, Command h e a d.
quarters in Omaha, Neb.,The
patch said H-bomb equipped pin
- es had taken off toward the 'Soy
. let frontiers several ilimes when

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; sian7born' Mark Zborowski, for former
mer former Soviet, secret 'police agent
In France, was arrested by the
FBI today on a perjury charge
stemming from the FBI's inves inves.
. inves. Ligation of a RUSSian espionage
' ring involving': convicted spies
' lack and Myra Soble 'and lacob
5-year-old Zborowskt'new
':.! i 'research associate in anthro anthro.,!.
.,!. anthro.,!. pology at liarvard'
,. wits ; seized in his suburban
Brookline home.' FBI Director B,
' k Edgar :,,HOover said Zborowski'
' 1Was arrested On' a federal war war;rant
;rant war;rant issued in, New, ,York April
2. 118', charging him With, perjury
,. testimony ,, before' is federal
;--.1grandlury.
' He Was ',Scheduled for r.7'
Moment here today,,
, said Zborowski's;
- th the,, Sobles wag another
;development in the 'FBI's -scru
'2., ;tiny of the "clandestine activity"
Znbilin, former gener---;
lal in the NICVD- (Soviet4 secret
-' ;police), and onetime 'second sec sec.
. sec. .. jretary of the Soviet Embassy, in
-', ;Washington.
, Federal authOristies said Soble
- replaced Zubilin 'Ias a dominant
1- ,- figure' In the espignage ring
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warnings were vesceived of widen
tified objects heading toward the
United States. 4,,
, The Bartholo6ew, dispatch em emphasized
phasized emphasized it 'would be impossible
for the planes to attack Russia by
mistake. Assistant defense Seder
tr Murray Snyder said the dis dispatch
patch dispatch on the SAC alert system was
"accurately and correctly" 'writ 'written
ten 'written by Bartholomew and that Ihe
UP. dispatch was cleared wtth
the. Defense Department before
publication. , ,
The United States stand agains't
the Soviet charges was expected
to ,be based largely on the fact
that a fool-proof system makes it
impossible for the :1.1. S. bomb bombers
ers bombers to drop ', nuclear bo6bs ort
Russia by mistake. Only a direct
order from President Eisenhower
could, drop the bombs. 4

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IPARI (UP),
Oebrges. Sidault; ,6,tvrice. a...Post
'war iTtunier; -ser outt today 'to
torni a, 'le French cabinet but
his unyielding Thard' policy on
Algeria LI, was believed ..to have
doomed his effort,s in advance.
' Bidault, a member of the
Catholic Popular I Republicans
(AMP), is ;considered pro-western.
But he, WOUld hold on to Al Algeria
geria Algeria even -at. the 'cost ,of a rift
with -Prance's NATO partners.
Bidault, 59, was chosen yester
day by President Rene Coty to
make the first try at solving
wbat appears to be the greatest
political crisis ',, in the postwar,
history of France. ;1
II be gets past the Initial hurd hurdles
les hurdles of his political consultations
today he b expected to go before
, the National 'Assembly later this
'week and seek approval. If the
Assetnbly votes 'him 'down; Coty
would:, have, to 'IliMe another

:-11-xiiirdaie-, -77 A. $100 fine was imposed on' a
' 52-yeamild American defendant,
Bldault led the fight which Joseph S.., teiby, who ,,, pleaded
crusted Premier q'elix Gaillard guilty today to a charge of driv drivsix
six drivsix days ago in a burst of anti- Ing while intoxicated. f-
Americanismby the right wing
aoalitions.ilowever, The arresting officer tistifled
that Leiby was driving his car
self did not, take part in the on- on Balboa P,oad at 4:55 'a.m. on
gaught against American Rolicy Saturday- in an erratic planner,
In North Africa. weaving back and forth on tile
,
roarl,l and driving up on a curb.
tiocilier,, Continues Although the policeman honk.
ed several times for the defen defenGaiii;'Afte'r
Gaiii;'Afte'r defenGaiii;'Afte'r Surgery dant to stop, Leiby did not hear
until he reached the Port Cap.

candidate, .,,
tidault led the fight which
ousted Premier '1Fe Gaillard
six days ago in a burst of anti antiAmericanism
Americanism antiAmericanism by the right wing
coalitions.ilowever, Bidaulehim Bidaulehimself
self Bidaulehimself did not, take part in the on ongaught
gaught ongaught against American Ro licy
in North Africa.
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Ituriindii. Re SidePt Batita s -Vicfc
1KnoWs No owyers,
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intgw PEARSON.' '
ILOoking For One-:. WASHINGTON April 21-,The
-
p diplomatic grapevine indicates
; 'A three-day continuance 'was that President Fulgencio Batts Battsicfrdered
icfrdered Battsicfrdered today in the case of an ta has 'gained considerable sup sup,
, sup, ,Amerlean'who said he didn't port from previously wavering
, !know the law.. neutrals and new respect from,
The ,continuance was in or- his enemies by effective, if some
;tier that defendant Harry E. what mailed-fist; ',manner nin
;COIN ,37, would bave ample op- which he crUshed Fidel Castro's
portunity to employ a lawyer. attempt to launch,. total civil.
He is being charged with fail- war in Cuba.
' to -yid& night of wall' in n, ,(
making a left turn on C-12 Road Batista'vs. troubles ere by no
ip Curundu late Saturday night. means' 11, But his enemies
, Cole told Balbob. Magistrate now see 1,.,a,t he has lost none
John E. Doming that he did mot of his bid fire and is determin-,
know the lax. ed ;to 'rer-ain in office, con con,
, con, -- "Would you like to have time ducCeleetions, and hand over'
' to hire a lawyer to represent the. rresMential chair to his
you?" asked the Judge duly-elected successor.
"1 dent know any lawyers. BUt Insurgent? chief Castro coin coin.;
.; coin.; since I'm rot familiar with the mated the -serious error of be belaw
law belaw I guess I 'better get one."' coming sintoxicated'by bis"fowft
',' The three-doy continuance propaganda
' vas then ordered. - Ho engaged In a Vial sof

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I POET, OF. SPAIN, Trinidad, April (UP) Britain's Princess Margaret toured this cap,
ital of the newest nation in the British Com monwealth today. iromorrow she opens the first
West Indian Federation legislature. A
- Margaret flew in yesterday on her second visit to this Caribbean island, formerly a Brit-
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Nearly 4000 Trinidadian! sathereCat' the a irport 17 miles frOM:the city to greet the pop.
ular princess. ) ., A
The princes! stenped off her spacial. Briti sh Britannia airliner wearinX a tknee-length.
strawberry and white chiffon dress, pale pink flower petal bat and three-quarter leAgth 'white

Lord Hanes,' governor central
of the West, indian Federation,
and Sir Edward Beetham. gov governor
ernor governor of ,'Erinidad, headed the
welcoming group. ,,, ,
The crowd cheered while she
went through the formai recep reception
tion reception ceremonies.
She acknowledged their warm

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A pretty', American. h usew e
of Leona ,today, 108,3 fined $15
in, Balboa tiagistrates Court; on
a charge of intoxication. s
The incident leading up to-the
charge tame. to the attention of
military .police ., who reported
thatoa couple :was fighting in a
car parked on Gaillard Highway
near the Los Rios entrance on
Saturday morning., The couple's
three children, were in the hack
seat ';o ',the ,car,-;,' '''"
4 policiman wiio t'estitied' In
court today laid that, on arriv arriving
ing arriving Ahe iscenekhe ,saw, Mrs.
Ruth Isitsi.Castro lying acmes-, the
seattf the-tar 4rYing to hit her
husband,' Later; the 24-year-old
woman4 grabbed the horn ,a n d
honke,f, it for several minutes
before she could be taken out of
'the ekr, ,.
When the policeman' tried)t
get her out, she became violent,
he: -reported, 'and kicked the
front 'window with her bare feet,
,breaking the glass. ,
I He testified that ,it took "con-'
siderable forte'!. to get her into
the police Jettri with the help of
two MPs.!; 41 ;

Today ahe pleaded 'guilty to
the eharge,of intoxication,
Her husband, an airman from
Albrook, appeared in cout to pay
the fine. ;

st no 'It- !tains Office.

,On Gall- Blactdri ,, tains ()ince. !. ,, r w
Me policeman said there was
, , '' ...',, i . no 011COMing :traffic that morn mornNEW,IrOR1C,
NEW,IrOR1C, mornNEW,IrOR1C, April 21 (UP) .1- ink-. I '; :: ' '1' 'I'
Former Bresident Herbert Mover In addition to the fine, telby's
continued to Improve today tot- driver's lieense wu revoked for
lowing an operation Saturday to one year, as required by law. ,v,'
remove his gall bladder. A hos- When asked by the rpoliceman
pita' bulletin released 4 9:45 a. whether -he hatUbeen drinking,
nt'said: ': , telby said that he had between
' ,''Mr. Ilaovir had a quiet night. 10 and 20 beers. before getting
He was brighter and more, alert into the car.-.4.,-,..- .,..., ,. ...-
this, morning and we permitted Balboa Magistrate John -B.
hint,,to, stand up .for 'five min,,, beming gave the. d fendant an
ie
ate& Temperature WW1 99, pulse opportimity to spea before pas172,-
blood pressure 135, over 70. sing sentence, but lby reit
respiration normal., His general stated: k., , ,..t ,,,,.. ,t, 1
rimprovement continues?' ., ', "There's not much I-tan:sat"

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strengt4 with Batista's 4, army,
which is exactly what Batista
wanted.
, Previously Batista's armed
forces were bunting fruitlessly
for shadows in the.mountainons
jungles. ,
When Castro uhdertook to
fight in the streets, he gave the
army exactly what it had been
speking' real, Uve meri to shoot
Furthermore, Castro' broke
the guiding rule of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean revolutionary. movement
against the dictators 0- name namely,
ly, namely, win over the armed forces
or at least divide them.
At the time of the Cienfuegos
revolt, Castro appeared to be en enjoying
joying enjoying some success at this but
It was a flash in the pan.,
It the Cuban armed 'ffirces
tun-against Batista ---k-which
not probable he IS lost. If a
large section of the armed fortes

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1, DAY

,
welcome by glancing sideways
with a wide smile and flickering
her hand in an informal salute.
The -she gave a, little skip
to. get into, step with the
'band playing .Troop the Col Colore"'
ore"' Colore"' while she reviewed a
guard of honor formed by two
companies of the Jamaica Re-.,
giment.,
guard,, dressed in their
fancy white land red
Zouavo uniforms, almost little
the show With a crowd-pleasing
military drill exhibition..
Children lined most of the
route Into the capital,': with
white-jacketed police stationed
every hundred yards or so along
the road. ,

Shah fylortn: Smoker '1
Gels10 Daysiall
For turnduillander
, ; , A
-to ,,t. not myselfA because.
olteat in' Hollywood -theyave me
something ,to smoke and it 211114
have had something in IV,
This Vilit the defense, offered
by Francisco Solis-she tas
todny during 'the morn-,
bag of the Balboa'. Magis Magistrate:S.
trate:S. Magistrate:S. Ciotnt; with 'loitering.'
--The '40-year-old Panamanian,
Who pleaded guilty to the charge
told,the' Judge he took off his
shoes wandered around, and
couldn't reniember getting ,,' to
Curundu.11 s i d
7 He was picked' up.,by
police. at' 4;30 a.m. on 'Saturday
after .they had received a report
of 'a proVider 'around house. 504
in Curdndu.,,?,- s -
' "I ,even had bruises' on ,mY
face,r can't explain," belold the
Judge. ,(Hollywood is a shantytown-section
of Panamil "I went
over.. to Holl3rwood,, that's fall I
remember, and some one gave
me something to smoke."
Judge John S.' Deming asked
Solis whether ,be bad previously
been in court on ,a similar
charge., The, defendant admit admitted
ted admitted baying a prior conviction.' ;
Doming then imposed 20-
day jail sentence.

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Passfitrs Aboir.d
Sidanclzm
Lic4 At'Goid

r

, About 270 cruise pauengers
board' the luxury liner, Staten.-
dam have a chance to 'see
the Atlantic side when the ship
ties up at Cristbal at about 0
p.m. todaV
The 24,294 ton Statendam
was transiting the Canal today,
on the last lap, of a world cruise.'
"The ,..Holland-America ,, Line
vessel will have logged more
than 32,000 'miles, and will 'have
called at 20 ports before, she
arrives in New. York.-44 )
, Me Statendam is echedulecl to
sail tonight from Cristbal,
homeward bound..
Pacific Steam Navigation
Company are local agents for
the', ship.4

were,' tO revolt, his ,, situation
would be precarious.
.. But his greatest danger is that
of assassination,
Revolutionists everywhere' ist
-Latin America drew great ena.
touragement from the simple':
Izianner in which President Jo--
se Antonio (Chichi) Remn of
Panami. then President. Anas Anas'taste
'taste Anas'taste Somoza of Nicaragua and
more recently- President Gag.:
Armas 'If Guatemala were
assassinated.
On .14arch 13; 1957, 40 armed
'men-attacked the presidential
palace in the heart of Havana
for the avowed purpose of as assassinating
sassinating assassinating Batista.
-Rome of : their accompliceS
even' captured a radio station
and broadcast the news that Ba Batista
tista Batista was dead.,
, Batista had a close call. The
assault party fought its way in into
to into the palace and reached the
secOnd floors

egisiature

Alter tbmortow's legislature
opening, the princess will tour
other Caribbean islands. ,
She will visit British Guiana,
Samaica, British Honduras and
Nassau before retur,ning to Brit Britain
ain Britain May.7.-

Po hi but' Top

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,
Back ia,Business:
.oov: IC,,.:Potr ;and four

' Vy awtori, mLitA W1.11,
top Canal officials have return returned,
ed, returned, to r duty at Balboa Heights'
after brief Metal busineu .trips
away troM the stlitrius.;,,,..,
,
Othera returning ovei Vest
weekend or, late: last week svore,
Philip 1,Steers, Jr. comptroller,'
B, 1. Everion, transportatiort and'
terminals, directors; John DI Hol Hollenichiet
lenichiet Hollenichiet Of' eitecutive planning
staff and Lopatrick,Conle,.as,
sistant to the:comptroller. Pit
, :"Tiotter spent, the 'past ten days
WashIngton,. 1.6 attend'
the'''. quarterly ,meeting,,,- of ,the
Board of tirectOrSof the Pans-.
mi. Canal MAO-during the
r est :Ireck., e attended a. mset..
Ing Of the 'House Merchant Mat.
,rine and, Fisheries ,,,Committie
for conferences ion' various leg,,
islative. matters ,',', affecting the
Canal the ,, committee
'handles.: .4 ;
,
'' The Governor wa accompank
ed to Washington by Steers and
Conley,whO ?aimed soon 044er
the board Meeting.-
,
Everson and Hollen 'returned
over, the weekend from a .week's
trip to the' Virgin Islands and
Haiti- where they ,conferred 'with
government officials' and bust bustnes&
nes& bustnes& leaders on possible changes,
'in the Pantunit Line schedules to
include 'St., Thomas in the Vir Virgin,
gin, Virgin, Islands ss a' port bit, call.
Bsman Ignoring.:
D
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Fo; driving, his bus while,his
license was revoked,- a 28-yearlold
Panamanian, was, sentenced'
,spend 10 days In jail...
,the deiendatitl
Howard D. Osborne,:, was also
'brought before the Balboa Mag,
istrate today for violatingthe
'terms of his probation Imposed
On Dec..3.1J. t!,
that time he vas fined $20
and given a'30-day jail sentence
which was 'suspended for a oe-,
floc! of one -year on conditiOn
that' he did not violate any ,of
the laws of ,Panami or ithe Cal.
nal 'Zone.'", r
' He bad been tound guilty Of
driving while bislicerise was re reyoked.
yoked. reyoked. ;;-,
TOday.'Judge John E.. Deming
ordered the prohation revoked,
and imposed ,a 30-day -jail senr
tenet,. -1

averers,

:Batista,' whose wife and 'chil-1
dren were with him on the thiedl
floor, directed the defense of his
home with a .45 colt in one hand
and a telephone in the other.
All the attackers, were killed.
- A couple of hours after the.
last shot had been fired, Ba-,
tistatsaid that his best sveapd
on was the telephone.,
-Despite the fact that signs et
battle were clearly-evident In
the palace, 'the very next, day,
Batista signed a long concession
with the Cuban Telephone Com

ne contract, negotiated by
Washington's -, Thn McInerney,
terminated a long-standing con controversy
troversy controversy between the telephone
company' and the Cuban Gov Government
ernment Government under varios preshlents.
For the present, Batista is not
taking tho initiative, against Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, though be is maintaining
constant pressure on the rebel

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'HE PULSE,'
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F: PANAMA

THE 'POSSIBILITy of Chid.:
qui Archbishop Mons. Tomis
Clavel being a presidential can candidate
didate candidate WEIS aired Saturday' by
the weekly newspapet Sucesosk
' The weekly predicted that Bi-'
shop Clavel would have the sup support
port support the Panameftista,s. the LI,
beral and' the independent vot voters.
ers. voters. -,, 4
. According to: Sucesos
shop, is ,not batred from- run running'
ning' running' lor President because ac according
cording according to ,the constitution one
only needs to, be Panamanian Panamanianborn
born Panamanianborn and over 35 years of age
to be eligible, Ur the presidency.

,
$ Hors pointed. out today
however Abet under another,
article of thd constitution
priests cannot hold Dublin of
flee. except an office telated
specifically to social wider.
.0t education. , ,$
"Sucesos,'also spectated' that
navel, was assured OUPanarne OUPanarnenist
nist OUPanarnenist support ,j)ecaust he was
granted a scholarship by PaYitt PaYittmefilOa
mefilOa PaYittmefilOa leader Dr. Aroulfo A Arias,
rias, Arias, when the latter, was Pres President
ident President ,of the Republic.,

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New speculation, :Aim todaY
that new,governors; and rnayor0
mould fbe lnamed within the
course 4 of ) tiler e
changes In !'gubernatorlat voots
bare.taten..plate reeent
weeks.' One Anayor t hasio 'been
changed dUring the same verlod.

Lt. Gen. tidgely Gaither, Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief of 4he Catib Catibbean
bean Catibbean Command, has been de designated
signated designated by the :United States
Department of Defense to be its
senior military representative at
the inauguration of President
Arturo' Frondizt of Argentina on
May,
Me trip to Argentina will be
the first visit to South America
tor the nevi' Caribbean Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief since his. es essumption,of
sumption,of essumption,of command on,,April

,
''- General Gaither and, blaf Par Party
ty Party will leave the Canal Zone by
military aircraft. on April 27 and
,will stop' overnight in' Limat Pe Peand
and Peand Santiago,,-Chile ,With a
scheduled, arrival in Buenos Ai Aires
res Aires On April ,29.:,Thel)arty
use the same route on the re return'
turn' return' flight and a.re expected to
arrive, back in, the Canal Zone
May 7;4 .", ,;
, Accorapany the ,, General Will
he Mrs,, Gaither and,lwo mem.
bers, of the General's persoribl
staff; his aide, CaPb. It. TAW TAWrence
rence TAWrence and MSgt. C, Stocks.

'yoa,

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Panamanian Assemblyman; predicted today --that
any agreement authorizing the establishm' ent el, US radar
posts on hilltops in the RepubliClilikely ta run inteyough
sleddina the Assembly,-' r
' laWmaker;whoindicatect Siv,,elal 'of his fellew ,;
dePuties thilik the seine way, doubted any'Sych pact vieuld
earn Assembly, ratification 'until the US Cengress bas:ap
preyed Certain .provisioni al, thil955,1temw-Eisefihewet ,'-
tr'eaty'' which 'are 'still befere, itThesi'inclUde the equal
pay for werk. isuc' The asstinbly: would alseant
recentlanamanian protests ovei -alleges! -treaty:violations
te be'satisfactorilf handled; he
: Meanwhile a tmbassy':Pokisman said: knew
,that I 'sPeak ler. lbe Ambassador' (Julian, F, Harlington)
'when 'say, that we hae nivel bed afii;denbt abeut the,
Willingness of,the President and the government of
.
ma to cooperate wholeheartedly iq the delepse, of the Ca!,
( Natlenel,'ssimblY releiat.teretify' a defense site
agreeMenf lei!to.,.10 'immediate US; withdrawal hem ell
basis in'Aheinterier 'of Pcinaniffi,'inCtu4ingskliate,: in
',, ,,,

changes In .1gubernatortat pogts 0.17,'', 40,1' !,1 '''' ' -, - .,- ,' ''' t ''-
have,,,,tatten..place within irecent ,." 1,-e't,,,I., .at,r20,, thin- elit i o 'ii,,t tell 1 --1,-.A.,--a---.--401i,o,i,',-70" ''''''s" ''''''"'
weeks.' One -mayor t hasi0 Been the satisfaction. oraS."officiali,
in-ni-o-r-mirien-to- oaey mat, rallatna has the same 'source indicated.
changed during the, akmeyeriod. agreed ',to ,,I.JS experts surveying Tho,sourco amphasilad that tho '
garding .tho hilltop radar sites
- ' 4 nuitpos outman, tne, Canal Zone Ili 'Panama Government's acquist.
31 ti, 1 pi losTts,h,ole. 1511,a,akrin, sbiatesty,- -;p,,,;(;.,s,,in, iin ,,ro;ics- in. holding preliminary talks ''
G Iher'lliill ett
q
t stressed that this will bli onla a was 'an indication rot Panama's
US, 1 li I pry rAnp ,,,,,,. ,survity. 11,c, alias, to bi inspact., 'willingness to live up to 'it
the' Panama ''
, s con.
s .11 bil F vti ad,' aa said,, might. wall' : prove tractual agreements With regard
'11111' G 1'
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, ,, ,, ,,,,,f talks
GOIn'ij Torliije' iiiiiii Po's 's t ...'
hilltop, sarVevs had beela
He also said that, to his know- Panama 'government' sonr e r ''
, -- ";'' "" ., ,' Wel, onlY, radar altos 'aro under vealedleatoddinagy,,utpis toot daelf).reltime isnarei
tt, Gen. Itidgely Gaither, Com- eiRCUSSIOno '' '' ,
. ;Poring, this thne' Panaina filed
nu plans
mander in Chief of ,the Carla- There was -on indiCadon either for, the
bean, Command, has been de- front US or ranamanian sources going on, between ,U.S., and Pa,
signated by' the 'United' States as to the purpose title proposed name' officials for leveret we.4ekg.
Department of Defense to be its radar ones.. ;', f '4
atioine ot say protests charging Canal Zone viol-
missit. ations oC treaty, obligations wilt
senior military representative at Accurate radar sighangs would at -least, three., official', arotests
the inanguratton -, of '" President hel essential' to tat
Arturo' Frondili of Argentina on
Mat 1- -,:. -,.-;-, .:,,, ..,.,,,,,, ,. es which might' be' employed la Panama.. ,' ,' ,' '
antiaircraft'or anti-Missile
,
efense pf 'the Canal.' '. , ..,', . , ,'
Th t i t Ar t '
' e r p o gen Ina will be Army Socrotary Wilber' ,M. I '1 a I a a a -, ''-
the list visit to South America ;
Brucker, on his- recant br v
ill' I Less. ti '''
k d h he '' orking'llourv
for '' the nevi' Caribbean Com- he '
mender in Chief mince his as- isoi t k crag ,n :ifit t aass
;t i.ndowfah.nstilisiro'tin -'I 4 -1,1 ., '''' '''' ' i. ' '"" ''-0,,a
sumption.,of command on.April 4esa days if nuclear-warhead in 1. ',, ,N,.,,,,
n eavy,Indosti'
ii,
r 1 'r ' ' r tersontinentai missilos.,- Without :,7 ., .' ',,, 7 .;.,,
giving further dasails ha said he Pledge ,,
,d1 Etu, it .,..,..:,.
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, ()scow.
Gaither's selection '', as senior said his did not know any weapon
inilitary. re t ti f t
, presen a ve o he t, whi h h
c it. era. was not a coil. ., .4 '.
Defense Department for, thli im- ,.-
portant occasion ,:witalettpected -r '' ' ' ',: , ,-, LONDON, April 21 tlIP,a,.MoiZ ..
' Militar authorities today con COW Radio announced tday that,
since he,' as commander in chief firmed that,,anundetersained RUM workers in Soviet heavy induda
of the trl-service unified: com- ber, of radar stations have .. been try will be granted shorter woria
mend. has responsibility for' functioning in other'countries with ing hours', and in", ,'some cased
United States militarV matters in the perimeter of Canal defensedhigher, wages. during 1958 and ,'
In the land areaa 'of all Of Cen Central,
tral, Central, and South, Americ,a including Central Arnerita., Some 1959. ; .", la.,,i': ''.-; , ;', ;,.- '" '
.., -.,,,,,, ,,,. 4 ,, ,"...,- .; :: of them' are in the Dominican Re,. ',Western observers ;' sugges fed'
''- General Gaither and; hisf Par- public and the British West Indies the, official Atinouncethent-may
ty will leave the Canal,Zone by as aracking ,stations on the Cava have been timed to bolster,I20n bolster,I20nmilitary
military bolster,I20nmilitary aircraft on April 27 and C8Mfireral-ASOCOCIOO ISland M 1 te ulat suPPort for Nikita Khrusli- '
will stop' overnight in' Lima, Pe- site range' '' 1.' ,,. : : i chez; in ibis' three-week-old,role
ru,' and Santiago, -Chile with a About 18.months ago there were of premier as well as 'parj,y- boss. :,
scheduled, arrival In Buenos Al- published stories that Panama hal Moscow Radio, broadcasting to ..,1
res On. April 29.,',The laarty 'will declined 'a US request,to put Nik' home listeners,, said, u'l'he'deci-
use the same route on the re.. antianrcraft missile POsts in'"' the siert gays that In 1958 and 1959 ',.
turn' flight and are expected to republic,. on the ground that no it appears possible to go over'to
arrive, back In the Canal Zone defense emergeney then, ,existed the shorter : workingl day in'All
May 7. ,,,. ',,, ,' ,,, ,;., , which -would justify invoking the branches 'of the heavy industry
- -:' ;',-,1-';, -. -- - "-,- 4- -...,1,:- relevant treaty provisions.' and to' start t introducing it 'In
, Accompany the General 'Will :' It was said, but novar official.. other'. branches. of th nati hal "'''
e o
be 'Mrs, Gaither' and ,two mem- 1 ly, confintad, that Panama ler it economy.'1'. -,,P'',-,'':' ., 4.,,a,
bers, of the General's persorilti ',ka known that it tvould sanction : The: brOadeast 'said. :this.' deo!. ',
staff; his aide, Cant ,3'., R. 1..a. the Niko bitdories', only 1,1 Other sion 'was reached by, the pont-
rcnce and MSgt. C, M- Stocks. sal Isms wont flOoPenad; -' e muntst Party- Central Cob-unit- ,'
A well intormed -,Panamanisa tee., the Cabinet, and the, all'-'
''' '' ') '' '',,, ,- source said today :that' the' US union Central .i. Trade' 'Union
,, Council:. ',',; ,,,,,,! ',,, '. - .-
onrty conducting 'the forthcoming
f .,-.01- Inemies hilltop' surveys, Would 'include one It 'means. tV hftste siven-hour
, , - ,' renresentative 'each from ahe Min daY for, ';those- wile' nominally
forces and ;killing '', them' tn istry of'Foreian Relatldns and thelwork eight alours now,' and six
, m;;., itt an.....m.. .4 1,-.lhours tor those who work seven.

, Gaither's selection' as senior
1mi Mary., representative of the
Defense Department forthli im im,portant
,portant im,portant ,occasion ,.'wa's)eapected
'since he,' as commander ittchief
the trj-service unified com com'mend.
'mend. com'mend. ,has''responsibilit for'
,United States military matters
'in the:land areas 'of all Of Cen Cenlral
lral Cenlral and Bout lt Ameirla ,':

groups of from 10 to 20 rnen at a
,
By the end of April, however,
Batista, will have an additional
force of 5000 rnert to throw into
combat. 'At the ,present time
they are .protecting the planta plantations
tions plantations during the grinding of the
soar crop..
Castro has burned'some cane
and sugar, 'but has not' actually
made a dent in the island's huge

Whin, the grinding Of the
sugar 'harvest ends around April
30, 'Batista will have 5000 more
soldiers at his disposal to track
clown Castro in' his'Sierra Maes Maestro'
tro' Maestro' mountain hideout.
- Batista's best break i3 division
among his ,' enemies. Batista
would have' paid millions to' dt dtas
as dtas opposition ,into Pred
tour groupsThey are doing it
for, him 0

, 4 minally
-: -7 renrisentsttve tach from,the
them' tn istry of'ForOgn Itelattdos and thelwork
min.loo3r ;mom- win' no
eight ,hoors pow,. and stx
ihoura tor those 'who work seven.
Government And Just Just26
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Ministry, of Government and Just- Alfr tolltJhe WM) wuxa. acy
Any formal reouest ,for the o. N
azism Reviving
pening of negotiations on the ac actual'
tual' actual' installation of radar sites h .1
Panama will come after Abe' aays west Berlin
surveys have been, completed too, '"
e , liewish Lead& ,"

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Greaves, Case: ,-
:Z !Looking Into
7-
: Commutation
WASHINGTON, April ZI
CUP) 1, A State Department
official 'said today the Canal
Zone Government wag look looking
ing looking into the possibility s of
commutation of a 51) year jail
sentence ',asset, on Panama
Mae citizen :-Lester I, o ttGrooves.

BERGIN (UP) Heinz Galinski,
leader of tWest Berlin's Jewish
community,! said' yesterday there
are symptoms", that Naztsia is
reviving,
He said open. defenders of the
Nazi movement and al its deeds
have appeared.
Galinski spoke 'at a Berlin cere,.
mony commemorating the 30,000
Jews 'who died in an uptising in
the Warsaw ghetto 15 years ago.
He said it was "shocking" that
men who took part in the, ester-
mination o! Jews got, jobs as
teachers and other responsible
government 'postrint, West' Gers
many ,

ted today -that
ent Of US radar
run into rough
.f 11
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sych pact wauld
ongress has op:.
mn-Eisefihowet
dude' thi,equal
would also -want

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: Frank H. Sarthol
of the United Fri
April' after two
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. sian7born' Mark
mer Soviet secre
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FBI today on a
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' jack and Myra S
: 15-year-old
Cresettrch associ
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Brookline home.
k Edgar ,Bbover s
' rwas arrested on
rant issued in 11
111, charging hit
- lin testimony I
- Igrandlury.
'He :was 'ached
s., ointment 'here 1
INvilloover said 2
th the Soble2
. ;development in
rtiny of the "clan(
!of Vassili
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iPolicell and oneti
iretary of the Sol
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Federal authOr
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after World War
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'Knows No
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!American who
'know the law,
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roIN 37, would
portunity to emi
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' tuaking a left NI
ip Curundu late
Cole told Bal
John B. Doming
,, know the lax.
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'States had mustered overAfhelming support of UN Secur IF
- irst,,,1 est In les e eration egis azure ,,,,, '.,- ., -,,3' -. ,, - , -,,,-
,.'' Ity, Council' members 'today against Soviet char ,, , 7 , .1! t 1 ," ; ,' , ,, ,. ni ' ' ; 4,,,', 1'
g ,, t ' ) s P t t d '61S CAPP 0 THE POSSII3ILIrl of chtri-' n 1 ,', 1 11 '. A , !' '--- 1 Iv i :: I
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bornbefe laden wan nyarogen DOMUo VIFOCIAgli ital ot the newest nation in the British Com monwealth today.iromorrow she opens the first qui- MUM. I umas I -1
-World War 'Irby flying :toward Russia, West Indian Federation legislature. A , , 's Clavel being a presidential can-1 I kl a It nnal'Ikqgonhlif
afartrarot flow in wootterdav on boy second visit to thin Caribbean titan& formerly' a Brit. didate WEIS aired Saturday' by I

- The Security, COMICIF was called into .sessipn at 4 7-- ,7 r f 7 ," the weekly newspaper Sucesosk 7.111 ,011 ,11,1" 111 moo 41, sr mop v
" to,he' at-the Calrlp'laint; made first'on, friday by So- J,, Nearly 4000 Trinididlans lathered-at' the a IrPart 17 ralleS tram-111a riti'ta Irreet the poo' , ,
Pier' princess. ) - ' A
. Frelom Ministet Andrei brornyke. The weekly predicted that 4
The nrincesi stepped off her soicial:Briti sh Britenele wearinx t'lEsee-leorth, shop plevel wouldhave the suP.- la 1 1 AIM' I -

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V'et Foreign,. Ministet Andrei Grornyo... , , The Princess stenoed off .her sh Britannia.- airliner wearinX a' knee-lenytk shop Clavel would have ,the sup- ,
, resolution strawberry and white chiffon dress; pale ,pink Bower petal hat and thrte port the- Panameftistas the LI,
, hem!. and, the Independent vot- I
-quartet lePittit 'white. '
AmeriCan officials' ,,,expected any -.Sayler
1,A intad Statm would be beaten' by a 9 to
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":11 Sen6rity G'oulleil vote. ofthi IVesilnYisin---lie-de-r-a-tion-, with a wide smile and flickering oPening, the princess will togr According to: Sucesos the Bi- , , , .4
; d and sir Edward Beetham. gov- her hand in an informal salute. other Caribbean islands. shop is ,not batred from- run- . ,
representative Arkady A. warnings were 'receive of um en emor- of -Trinidad, headed the The -she gave a, little skip she will visit British Guiana, ning' lor President because ac- 't ,--
' enbolev was taking the,'rostrum tified objects heading toward the welcoming grouP-- get into steP with the Samaica British Honduras and cording to the constitution one '
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- I Lord Hanes.' governor gentrai iwpicorne by glancing sideways! Alter tinortow's legislaturs I, w 110 111 111 IA VI I I

e'du aTo-m-re'1, a-nir it-ydrogen for the planes to attack Kussta b Y. S e ac now edged their. warm companies of the Jamaica Re-
mistake. Assistant defense bectet
b b in the direction of the fron
c,1,t union!, ,, ow, Murray Snyder said the dis- 4 ,7- Poller, Four To
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' the Strategic Air U.P., dispatch was cteared With A
1'111' d hi' Id brie griuw wna cruwu-gicilaing
ack'
, the Defense and State D'euart D'euartthe.
the. D'euartthe. Defense Department before VU M s e I -,7 military drill exhibition. ly
Children lined most of the
' tnents',, planned to' a, yer Sobolev
publication. r.
w t t carefully docuttiented
, The United States stand aeains't rAnt.-ewg re. g o A route 'into the capital;': with
s.,N es A to 'y ma- Irkoslio. 4,s44romt aol i"'
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ko's char.ges the, ingnts were .prol ges expeeteal Vidal II 1111110 a to 1
) ick...he based largely on the feetl.- ';
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every hundred yards or ao along top
C tri 1 L 1 mvuasika v .a.ses
' 'pay tat equal work. Tha asse
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mbly:wauld also 4ant
education.

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, 4h. l'ind that a sfool-proof "iyitem makes A t'iettr. Atrierfcan 110:4ijusiwife I "Iv "n". I recent fonamanion protests over allege,d Ireatv, violations

up ,n,ttelear '.,DOODS
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to 1 Everson, tranaportatumt and Went nt the Repu
, lipnt, was rtpurteu in navy inti ,
'that a-eel-pie- - -1 bile I
WillinarieSS of the' President and the government of Pone.
4 'La AlAtt rtf ronerle a ma 4 '' ai, ''a calm' ., livalvetivsals 141.6.4,,mo l',11. 1

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car parked on Gaillard Highway 1 en e o execu ive planning mn..cLat t7olsicio..op.el,ria,trAe 7hotterheartfed:y1 in, the d. f,ense.orr the Ca.
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- Let, No Rancor (Mail Box, April 19) 'not evade the issue that 1
the Canal Zone Administration deliberately juggles the cultural:
educational and economic standards of local-rate communities. As
I so case in point we have the principalship- of Paraiso High School.
conteed that a comparable, situation does not exist Anywhere
in U.S.-Rate Schools. Maybe my position in the debate it tinfounded,
But in order to defeat it, "No Rancor" must cite facts ,and employ
rational thinking, not vituperative language and irrelevant'- asser asser'
' asser' Ulan& Appeiding to the emotions is stock in trade for- Jetri Lewis,
'Jack Benny and Bob Hope- Is No Rancor".a comedian or something
, of the kind?, I -,- s
' All the'principals of U.S.-Rate High Schools have college de de'
' de' aees because that la the requirement. I challenge ',No Rancor"
to name me one that hasn't. (As a matter of fact, prineipals of
secondary schools in Panama proper have university degrees, also).
!High academie standards must be maintained for the good of the
teachIng profession and the sound preparation of our Youth. How How..
.. How.. t ever, there are ways and means in which the most rigid standards
Cane be circumvented.- Surely, if the principal in question io as
' talented as his supporters claim, then It would be ,a'relatively sun sun,
, sun, pie matter,for the Schools Divism to grant him a substastial schol schol-
- schol- arship (or at least'be instrumental hi obtaining one for him) and
, the necessary leaveof absence to study filt his degree., He has the
1)ackground and the invaluable 'factor of experience to enable him
. to complete his higher 'education, 'both indergraduate ,tend post post,
, post, graduate, two to three years. I personally feel that he can do it.
: Take the case of the La Boca Nermal Schol graduate who left
here with less than two years of Junior College work-to her credit.
, And yet earned her BA: and M.A. in three years. Remember her?
$he returned here and worked as Art Supervitor for tbe Latin
American Schools. t
things being equal, with his vast potential, our dynamic
- principal should do even better, i
' Let's take a broad, objective view at the standards maintained
in the medical profession and the clergy, Would a nurse be accept.
ed and licensed as An M.D., solely on potential ability or experience?,
, Again, would a deacon or an acolyte be ordained a reverend or a
priest (father) without graduating from a seminary or passing
equivalent tests?
, Because of the shaping influence it exerts on our 'youthour
future leadersthe teaching -profession must also maintain high
standards comparable to those of the medical and- ecclesiastic
t!No lancer" orgues like a fanatic. His zeal exceed's his rea rea'
' rea' ton. The principal who resigned under administrative pressure is
also 'is Negro. Is "No Rancor'' implying that in overall merit, the
incumbent principal of Paraiso High School is superior to him? Who
Aictually Administers the School, the principal or Balboa Heights?
, "No Rancor" Speaks of envy. Well, what about social con consciouSness?
sciouSness? consciouSness? Doctors, lawyers, the clergy, schoolteachers, and oth oth,
, oth, er professionals are justifiably jealous of their standards and codes
, of ethics. These safeguards are necessary to uphold the dignity, to
jnSUre the ever-increasmg efficiency of skills and the growth of
eaid prlessions. Thus, when a member of any of these teamed pro pro,
, pro, fessiont it-denounced for malpractice or for violating the ethics 'of
bis call!ng, the person making the valid charge js not branded as
envious, but rather is commended for his action. ,
It is the duty and obligation of each citizen in ,a ,democratic so sotietY
tietY sotietY to aCt as a watchdog or vigilante on communal or civic activi activiqiffecting
qiffecting activiqiffecting his immediate welfare and those of his neighbors.
ranamthiatt of West Indian ancestry' are still monsidered a
snarginal group in our''' society. Therefore, our 'primary,. objective is
to seek full acceptance and recognition in our country of birth. "No
'Rancor's" remarks about Negrophobes. are childish. We should pool
our economie and cultural resources to better our national presttge,
And not quibble about a situation that is obviously wrong,. ,t
' On the other hand, his loyalty to the principal is encouraging.
But over-riding all these considerations and intangibles is one sal salient
ient salient fact; l'he principal lacks the 'educational qualifications for the
position.
, D.P.Pi

A PILOT'S JOB :

-As the wife of a Panama Canal Pilot, I would like to thank the
men of The Locks Gang for their letters to the Mail Bor, in answer
' to "First Local Rate Pilot," (Mail Box, April 11). I am indeed
grateful, and I know every other pilot'a wife feels the same way,
that, at least the men who work with the Pilots realize just what a
'to,ugh job they have. , ,j,
' We know it, know bow weary they are at the end of a 12 to 16
- ',hour transit, pot only physically, but mentally due to the tremen.
',time strain of being responsible for getting those big ships through i
,
the locks, end through the entire CanaL Any slight error in judg judg,
, judg, ment and the pilot is in trouble, not the master of the ship.
s' All those people who have always felt that the pilots are Olfer Olfer::
:: Olfer:: paid and underworked,' read those letters carefully, the lock crew
4 know what they ,are talldng abaft.
4 A vote of thanks also, to COL John F. Campbell (Maalox
April 15) Jot telling everyone just how long it takes and what it
4 takes to become t pilot.' Few people realize the hazards of his job.
I'm not one to belittle any' man's job. know everyone here has
something to do with running the big Ditch, or they wouldn't be
here. But it just makes my blood boil when some character who
, daesn't know the first thing about' how a ship makes that transit
:kat the nerve to run off at the mouth about the pilot'a soft berth.
4 For' those who work regular hours, 7 to St and have ,,the week week4
4 week4 ends to spend with their families, consider our hours. The only day
11 my husband can eall his own is his nomork day, once a week. Ha Is
, subject to call at any tithe of the day or night on the other six
days. To those who feel that the salaries the pilots get, make up
4 tor sit this, believe me it doesn't.
Just remember "First Local Rate Pilot," when it gripis your
,,, mean little soul that otherl make more money than, you do: To
1,quote Campbell, "A rnan is paid not only for what be does, but
pat4 tor what he Imows."

Pilot's Wife

,
BE'PTER -ICE CREAM, 'PLEASE
'-, 1 ,',,-- Wel). I have been,wondering, haw this Ice cream situation bas
4 stiyed cut of the Mail Box so long. We have had the finest ice
'cream that could, be bought anywhere, at any, price, the last few
3rears up tmtil three or four weeks ago. Since then it bas liot been
4, at all , A
?'i My fatally just won't eat it and when niy thildren turn down ice
,t cream it has to be tad. WhY did the change have to be m'ade? Was
, it to save money? Charge us more but give Us back our good prod
uctt. Everyone loved it before just the way 'it was.
-If they, are trying to please, just 'one person :that don't souhd
I like a 'very good idea fro ma business angle. A We bought it by the
i half gallon at out house and considered it a, staple item right a
I long with our bread and 'potatoes.- But'l cannot afford to buy this
I and watch it go down the shit , t

A housewife

Labor' Nelvs
, A lid
0 nflifeii t

By VICTOR RIESEL
.
,, ammowafmm,
Everybody's waiLim Kr Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Leneral William Itoger.s to
reiesse his new anti-social regis register
ter register listing the, nation's Ititt most
prominent yegg-heads. It's the Jus Justice,
tice, Justice, Dept.'s own secre., but. otr.
Bogers has answered some ques questions
tions questions by reporting that the cream
of this underworld society is in
the 7hree major ire as of
crime' M the LLS:,"Gambling,
narcotics and, labor rackeaering."
,, .-.: J .4 i' -.
Coming as it does'from the man
wijo has the- secret reports ot vir virtually
tually virtually every Federal crime bust busting
ing busting agency available to him at
the. slightest. prelssure of a push
budon, it :is now. obvious that la
bort-racketeeringfis so insouciant
'hit of adult, delinouency, but rath rather
er rather one of, the underworld'S most
, lucrative 'shadowland industries.
Mr. ttgers says 'that there is
no, single Mr. Bi r ti i I n g the
fks
crime cartels 1--- j t a 'series of
regional warlords running baro baronies
nies baronies svhich never fieed ,worry -41-1
bout operating their undercover
government Ion, deficit. mending.
That there are mote than 100
eandidatesp therefore,. for the -new
anti-social register is obvious.. Al Alt
t Alt it becomes apparent that, Mr.
itogers' theory is to cripple the
crime cartel. by constantly' put putting
ting putting the heat on the top hundred
warlords,. even as some of them
slip'. from the special re'gister to
the prison rosters.' As listings, are
vacated and cells fill up, n e w
warlords will be -put on the roll
of the 100 most wanted men, ''
The Justice Dept.'s new task
force-is as tightly classified as
our plans for takhrg a clOse look
at that red 'stuff on Mars. But it
appears to be the impression 14,
Washington circles which shouic
know that the task force Will be become
come become a permsnent section ...e'en
if not officially titled -,- of the
Justice Dept. .. ,
There are already' the Civil
Bights Sdivision.! the $ Land DM'.
sion, the Anti-Trust iNtiSiOn. the'
Inter Security Division. and of
course,-the Criminal Division, a among
mong among ,others, in the D. of J. Now
there wilt be a nermanent "Anti "AntiRacket
Racket "AntiRacket DiVision., .., N

The Criminal' Division, it is
said, will continue to prosecute
crimes from tax evasion to per per'iury
'iury per'iury to' a heist of 'some Federri
Reserve,Bank. The new unit re reportedly
portedly reportedly will devote itself solely
to the fight on the rackets which
Mr. Rogers estimates, costs the
U.S. some $2000,000,000 a year

Mr. Rogers has indicated that 74,7,1'.:"" !"1' ""-P' ovv"
-I.,. to sunject Lana to addl.
hi the area of labor racketeering honal torment. ,No punitive mea meahis
his meahis new crew is interestPrl In the sures' devised 'can itnjure her as
dikstribution and Trodiv len of as, the. burning memory of
garments -food, f. anti. automatic tnilluell
Mghtmarish incident And she
vending machines .ot all types.,
, is- condemned to 4live 'with that
Ik memor th t fh d
3, r e ros ,o ays.
, He hao cd, that 'his would
point to t e operations of whatis
referred to as the Mafia, though For Lana to be publicly scorned
Mr. Rogers wouldmot comm 1,t as a' woman lacking in motherly
himself on the spread of its pow virtures is ironic inueed. The tact
er: Since only the authorities can is that her devotion to her daugh
tell us of the Mafia's moat recent ter has been the one constant qua quaactivity,
activity, quaactivity, I refer You to the ,New lity in a turbulent existence. Not
York State Joint Legislative Com- so long ago, Cosmopolitan maga.
mittee on Oovernment Operations, zine reported: "Lana takes her
chaired by Assemblyman Williani responsibilities as a, mother very
Horan.' In" his recent report serioudy, goes to school recitals
the, Mafia national !crime conven to hear her daughter, play the pia.
tWn' held, last Nov. 14,- he had nof and has been knwn to haul
this to sari , Cheryl and her Girl Scout troop
s I in a station wagon, delivering eau
"Thi buretio's 'extensive' narco- little girl to her home after the
tie investigation of various mem. trip. The ladies of the P.T.A. how
bets di the Mafia fraternity dur ever. were turned down cold hen

tie investigation of various mem- trip. The ladies of the P.T.A. hovi
bete df the Mafia fraternity dur- ever, were turned down cold When
ing the past ,18, years has repeat they requested the loan of her
edly shown a pattern of either home for a benefit.' Lana guards
infiltration or complete -omina- the private life of her brood whiz
tion of several legitimate fields, considerable ferocity
including organized labor,, with
the follow-up labor -management
ventures; the distribution of beer Despite' roman:k disappoint
ments, Lana hau always been a
liqUor and soft drinks; the iM iMbubbling
bubbling iMbubbling personality, flip :" and
portation and distribution of Ita
Ban olive oil, cheese, and tomato frank, she reigned as 'one of the
paste:. the control of wholesak few film queens who acceptol spl
fruit and vegetable products mar. dor and adulation' without losing
kets, the baking and distribution, her sense of perspective. She had
of Italian bread and pastry, the a refreshing irreverent attitude to
vending machine business of all ward the glamour business. A bust busttypes,
types, busttypes, iincluding cigarette ma, ness which consists of building
chines and juke boxes; the per dream images for the multitudes
ation ,of. night clubs, restaurant's She once observed:, "I'm a girl
and bars. Their night club 00er. who wears flannel nightgowns and
ations are frequently complementAceeps a hot water bottle in bed."
ed through their interests in mod.
el and theatrical booking agencies ; Cline who sought to guard her
and in musical recording rompa: Private life so desperately now
flies." firds every, intimate detail flaunt'
This Indicates that there are ed in the public prints. Life can
many in this operation who are .be capricious 'and untamed.' How.
little known to the public and who ever, there are certain facts ,about
can be unearthed only by t h e her private life which have 'not
kind of task force which can pull attracted headlines. And tbese
, together all the government agen- facts should be weighed before

cy files. ,
For eximple; xcept for a tame
which, has cropped up accidentaJ accidentaJly
ly accidentaJly in one commimity or anOther,
it is almost impoosible for '0 any
other force. with the exception of
the McClellan Committee type to
to probe,' to know who are the
members of the 10-man Mafia u units,
nits, units, or their group chiefs or a area
rea area directors who, "in. all proba probability
bility probability would be members ,of the
Grand Council," which met at A Apalachin.
palachin. Apalachin.
It Will be a Mpg war.'

,

Walter

-
tallill2 ,,
,
THE DRAMA OF'
LANA TURNER
She is made of blue-eyed sun sunshine,
shine, sunshine, tatty esses and swaying
charms., She Uwe Turner, a
movie goddess. Suddenly, the
shimmer vanishes and darkness
comes. All the lurking. cruelties
appear. She is lashed by ugly head headlines,
lines, headlines, pilloried by editorialists And
threatened with lobing custody of
her child. Of course, outraged pro propriety
priety propriety has the loudest voice.- And
no tragedy is -more poignant then
the misfortune Of yquth when
its radiance is mudged. Equally,

less anguish of parents. It is easy
to censure or acquire grimly im implacable
placable implacable attitudes toward those
imprisoned by the fates, It teems
sadistic to subject Lana to addi additional
tional additional torment. ,No punitive mea measures'
sures' measures' devised 'can itnjure her as
much. as, the burnfiig memory of

ever, were turned down cold hen
they requested the ,loan of her
home for a benefit. Lana guards
the private life of her brood wtth

finps every, intimate detail flaunt
in the public prints. Life can
.be capricious And untamed.' How However,
ever, However, there are certain facts About
her private life which have 'not
attracted headlines. And tbese
facts should be weighed before
public opinion rentiers its ludg.
ment. Justice consists in recogniz recognizing
ing recognizing the rights of others. Decency
consists of understanding others..
kaila Turner's friends are aware

of her courage. Despite the, Rh
factor in her blood Lana, soUght
to have children ifter the birth
of Cheryl. Although doctor') 'warn 'warned
ed 'warned that another 'child mighrivean
death for her, Lana tried three
times to giver her daughter the
brothers of sisters she thought she
needed. Unfortunately, the at-,
tempts ended with miscar,riages..

Harry's JUstVild About,Harty
;1INq ',,

i:itollitoto

, High in the Pyrenees MOun-,
tains in the valleys between,
',France and Spain, lies Andrs
ra, one of the tiniest countries
in the world. Only 101 tquare !'
miles in''area, Andorra is only,
' one-fifth the Size 'of Shod'
the smallest state in -"
the, union. Andova'S capital,
also ,called Andorra, a, vil.
lege of about 700 people; ther
country's total population. lel ','
, only 6,000.:'
0 Britsnatca Jr. Encyclopedia I., ;
,

1;1

.:4, NEA
-',4E

melancholy, howsver, is the helP-I

Sometimii it seems as if there
is a tatetul conspiracy m the ne neveloprnent
veloprnent neveloprnent of an individual destiny.
Tne story of Lana and ber dauga daugater
ter daugater has been a saga of heartbreak
from the beginning.. For' toree
months before she gave birth to
Cheryl, Lana was loudly blind as
a consequence .of the pregnancy.
Cheryl entered the world as a sics.
ly infant. During the first nine
days of her life she nas shadowed
by death. The frail body.required
blood transfusions.' It was many
months before i doctors wer cer cer,tain
,tain cer,tain the baby would live.
In light of that harrowing expe experience,
rience, experience, Lana later declared: "I'm
not strong or bravc' I was haunted
by terror and loneline when lit little
tle little Cheryl fought for her life. I
would not like to experience that
loneliness aga;in. Yet, each hour
I spend with my daughter is more
precious' because of that loneli.
ness; Each., time she laughs or
thr,ws herself' on t the' vass, 'Or
Led ',Is home from school, the hap.
pi..e3 I feel is sharper. The know knowledge
ledge knowledge of bow much, Lahtost lost
makes clearer the realization of
how much Liam',
,
The: philosophers 'of the :world
have always understood'. certain
basic imperfections. Passion fre frequently
quently frequently dominates tohscience. Mo Moral
ral Moral sentiMents,are 'not 'always Is
atteitctive phySical 'sensations.
And temPtation often rIpresente
a greater force than wisdem, Cer.
Molly, Lana Terrier has been fool.
ish,, terribly' foolish., There is no
that. she has been a Victim

of her emotions. But how manyl
of us go through life without be.
ing foolisn? ,How mail itivv..js
siter clear of temptation? How
mu, would be ,wilitag to expose
weir ,private worlds to the pub.
lie How many can see the flaws
witain their OVill characters? It
is hardly news to report that sin
iS as COMMOn as people. And tot
many humans cah truthfully con confess
fess confess they- have never 'succumbed
to the Devil.

Lana ;was, always 'aware', of the
elnouonat prooleins inevi,,ahly
Meted the heirs 'of stars in
werviews, sae, stated teat sne
yearned for an enouring marriage
the' nope that it WOttitt
a happy mime tor her childand
the essential emotional security
Instead of solving the problem,
the succession' of 'shattered mar marriages'
riages' marriages' Compounded it...1 She once
confessed: ,"All I ..want'out of life
is a little ,peace and 't laughter.?!
ironically, the very thing that most
people strive' for, in an effort
gain Peace' and laugnter--succets
--was the' factor' made ;,Lit
practically impossible, for her ;to
fulfill) her' It' has'. been a

ard query. ;71 have tics-o-blec-ii-o-ns,
vhe' reponded. "It's great
- To understand the LanaTurner's
Of Celluloidia ,-- it is necessary
to understand the loneliness that
comes ,with movie fame; The de
mands upon time and energy,, the
pressures, the anxieties, the easy
money and high taXes. All values
are exaggerated and aspirations
distOrted. In a way, it is almost
impossible to mahltain a Nense of
balance. As you read the story of
Lana Turner .recorded in papers
and magazinei you are constant constantly
ly constantly impressed with her .comment
shout loneliness. It is almost an
obsession. For example, in a re recent
cent recent issue of Motion Picture maga magazine,
zine, magazine, she stated:OLoneliness is
like a thorn on a rose. If you pick
the rose you Probably get scratch.
ed by the thorns', but having
a role is 'worth a, scratch or two.
hsve'been scratched --awl some
of the ',scratches have teen deep
ones." ,
Lest there be any miscongen miscongenWirt.
Wirt. miscongenWirt. the foregoing hal not, b'etn
written elf a defense of Lana Turn Turner.
er. Turner. It is designed to bring a mea meamire
mire meamire of understanding to her very
dismal problem. And it is a pro protest
test protest agatnst those who would nth
er condemd then extend the
slightest sympathy-Down throtKii
the ages, man, more than any
other animal, has made' the great,
4st progress toward the level of
angels. Nevertheless, no lb1m( hu human
man human is en angel.los we have often
noted: All of us should be able
tn understand slunk's 'since none
of us are saints. Although sin is
undoubtedly a perversion of hu human
man human power, there is, nothing-more
nowerful than compassion: In
brief, have a heart for 1 lady
with a broken heart.

WASHEIGTONi One of the
ninA siguificant facts which Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Celler might deveiop. in
highly revealing investigation
of the telephone company is the
manner in which the Defense De-,
partment, no matter whether De Democrats
mocrats Democrats or -Republicans ard in
power, has always gone to bat
tor big business on antitrust cases.
This has been true under Roosevelt,-
under Truman, and under
Eisenhower.' Big business do 'initi 'initiates
ates 'initiates the t Defense Department
a manner which would shock the
public were all the facts known.
Here is where the biggest tax
savings could be madebecause
this is where most of the tax dol dollar
lar dollar is spent. '.,'
But not, many tut savings, will
be made until the'Defense Depart Department
ment Department gives up its unholy allialice
with the 100big business firms
, whch, get, most of the military
!contracts.: .!. -!

24,--- Vegas,
Nevada
27 London ,:.;
, : district
, 2911nusual
32 Poplars
-', 24 Play parts
36 Contrive!
37 Impulsive
, person ..;
118 Stalk
39 Mix
, Al tnglish
cathedral city,
- I 1 42 Corded fabric
44 Chills .-11,-,.
t;46 Ink ..
aradicatort
:1 4'9 Follow
' 41153 Operated
54 Distress.,
58 Thus (Latin)
7:i 57 Malarial lever
- Smile broadly
1 89 Ccimpass point
50-Legal claim
, Caterpillar
: bait

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In the field of antitrust, the De
tense Department not only createS
greater monopoly by channeling
60 percent of its 'orders Into the
hands of 100 companies, but it
also goes to bat for-these compa companies
nies companies when they get into antirust
trouble. Under Roosevelt, the War
and Nayy Department requested
that 4,V antitrust suits be held' upl
by the' Justice Department. I
Most notable intervention under
Ike, as revealed by. Congressman
Celler V Brooklyn, chid:man of
the Antitrust subcommittee, was
"1 behalf of Che telephone cent centAfter'
After' centAfter' the thenruler of the PenIti.
gon, Charlie Wilson, wrote ,a let letter
ter letter to his Cabinet 'collongue, At Attorney'
torney' Attorney' General Brownell,. urctine
him to get rid ce,, the anti-trust
ease brought by Truman-against
A.T and T. anl its, vian subsi subsidiary,
diary, subsidiary, Western Eelectric. Pro,,m011
came to heel like one of Charlie's
well-trained bunting dogs.
, SECRET, TALK 1

ty DIIIW Pit Alit),
0

0 MCI 11.1COL W. 1,VLISFIA.,1111A g awl" Vice president T. Brooke Price
weir ,private worlds to the pub.
man, would be willing' to expose
of A.T. and T.-told lhe story in
his own words after he had been
osked by Brownell to. visit him
wicittlilinwth' me ira n yovicna n esheaer atchtee rfis .ta wist
during a legal conference at White
Sulphnz ,Springst W.Va.. on Jtme
ctheemeEintsetonhoofiwiecr,e:1 ,. . 1
27, 1953just a few months after
mil abansayr d Ichlummmnalwns S. ictta:h Preterit h fir:. utAl Ihnyadt el iso in:t.
administration
less they- have never 'suceumbe,,J.
to the Devil. ' ',
, t , ,, ,.,.1,,' ,. - !'lle was occupying alone' the
, , ., manager's cottage on the' hill a.
Lana ,was, always aware' of the bove the hotel," Price wrote of
emoutitial proomius inemauly di SroWnell in a secret memo ,, to'
(tided 'on' the heirs of stars., in Ns AT. 'and T. colleagues Which'
he neyer expected the fpublie ,to
wervAews, sae, stated twit sne
yearneci 'or an enouring marriage read- : ' .. ,-, (
china...4nd meet Me and we sat ori the porch
and talked for 25 minutes., Nobody
in the' nope that it WOttitt proViue "Fe canoe out on the porch to
a happy mime tor her
the essential emotional securu else, was present or near. ;
Instead of solving, the problem, "I had brought svith me the me methe
the methe succession' oi 'shattered mar marooce
ooce marooce morandum we had recently filed
rages' Compounded it...1 She
sytth Judge Barnes chief of
Brownell's Antitrust Division).pre
contessed: ,"All I ant 'out of hie
senting our arguments fox dismis.
is a little ;peace and, laughter."
IronicallY, the very thing that most
the policy or the comprd ,svas
people strive' for in an effort Se ."1 nf4the40"e: 'and fttq ad time
,,,It toN Insist on' dismissal land not tO
discuss settlement. '' '' ; r
gain peace. an laugnter--sneceis
--was the' factor' which, made
,, Price then revealed' thit he ex.
practicall impossible for her ;to
i nected.more out of the Republic Republicfulfill,
fulfill, Republicfulfill, her ideal,,,' It has'. been a
whd, loncel ars than the Denmeratt.' "i then
cruel joke. And no' laugter,Ai ''',.
, Tragitalln Lana- -.,
...told him',"
the previons (Truman) adminis.
glorlea in the wonders of stardom
--wee subsequently ,blinded by lit be said, "that qnder
tration we hsrl' temporized be tilt tilting
ing tilting for postponement only, but
radiance, 'About a year -ego,' to
reporter inquired whether she had that, we were hopeful that he
any objections to an acting 'career see his ,way clear to have
for, her daughter.' It was a stand- wuld

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Near.and Far Places' I

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' '' ACROSS
,s
,
I Japanese city' ( I tnglish county
' 5 root tifumx) 2 scent
2 3 Greek letter
, 4i Sufficient .,
t, Irr.,,1,., ', 4 Maks into last
' CaTiTo.rnii 5 Hawaiian ICd
statesman
. 12 British
7 Lairs ,, 1.
' is irtrat ,-, 2 q!nrilln city L,

' 13 First 1 Likeness
nutnber
11 Nostril
' 15 Marks 16 Anntge
' 12tussian 20 'Ventilated
, village :2 Orgen1 Of
- 11 Vellt110 smell
. It Employable. 24 Boys
, 21 Zest , 25 Entourage
JO Seed vend ':
23 Nothing Stimal Aka
14 Age

26 Kind of -pay

the case dropped. Ile hesitatei
over this a tht and then Asked me
to give him the particular items
sought in the prayer tor relief.'
Outright dismissal was a littl
tough for Brownell. to take. He
knew be would have trouble with
his subordinates getting them to
agree.

,
,
BROWNELV PLEADS
"He reflected a moment and
said in substance that a way ought
to be found to get rid of the case,"
continued Price in his secret me.
"He asked me whether, if we
reveiwed our practices, we -would ,,-
be able to find things we are do- ',
ing which .were once considered
lega but might now be
in :lion of the antitrust laws
or nuestionable in that respect."
, The LT. and T. executive was
adamant. He knew he had the full '-
forte of the Defense Department
behind him', ,
told him," he reported; "we
had thought &Nut the matter but
, I was not prenared at the ,moment ,momentto.
to. ,momentto. say that we could, proceed in
that fashion: ".
' "TIP raid' if we.' tried.: we 'could
certainly find .things .of that sort
that could be used es a bssis for
consent decree (I, :noted 'esre-
ully that here for the first time
he was sneeifir hOising the term
'Consent decree'p : f
'now so specili8 that
I felt :had te ,go- one way or
the other and I did..not feel at 41.
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erstood understood to be our pwition at that

"I said that our ',management
heft not .been wil);nct 'so fa,- to
admit tbat ativ, ininction ought
to be entered against the compa..
ey, but they felt .that the case
ouoh to be drooped.
!'lie said,' don't think that's
verv, sensible, attitude for them
to take,' i,
said., 'They ere Sensible' pen,
nle and they, will give this, mst
ter further., consideration, I don't
mean that thevd have adonte4 a
final unchageable position, 'but
that's the way they now feel.' ,''
, Brownell remeined almost in the
nosition, Oe humble supplicant hew.,
fore the A.T., end T. executive,
rather than the head uf the great
law-enforcement agency of the
'United States,

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) ,, "As i .got un to go," reported
) Price, "he talked down the stens
with ,rne and, repeated his state.,
) mant that I' was 1ml-sort:int 111 'get
rthis case disnoqed of, lie said he
r President werld underqtand this
' alsn and that. if a..eettlement was
, worked' out he Could get the Pre.
i eieent's approval in five minutes.
f l'Aq T was legvintr. I reminded
him that we had, applia to,Jutile
i
. 'tiarees to have the case, chamis
e sed, and I said that T, assumelli
s 004 be' all ,tight if we did PO
0 hear from Judge Barnes in ,the
near' futnre to get in touch with
:. him to find out what was. to be
- done., He said that was right,"
n ,, Thus coled the 'amazing huddle
r at White Sulnhur Springs on the
I. front porch of the milnager'S' cot.
,,. tage which was to lead to 'One Of
t the most imnortant end lonsided
e consent decrees in recent anti.
e trust histay.-;- .- --- ------

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85 Profession
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THE DRAMA 010 '.. , Sometimii it seems as if there 'of her emotions. But how man)
LANA TURNER , l's a 'atm' conspiracy m the oe-- of us go through life without be,
',, ,, -,,, , x -- , '' velopraent of an individual destiny. ing foolish? i How matly itivt,...o
ihe is made of blue-eyed sun- Tne story of Lana and her' dauga. siter clear of temptation? Roy
stune, tatty Lesses and swaying ter has been a saga of heartbreak marl, would be ,wilitagJo exposo
:harms., She '!0,- Lana Turner, a from the beginning.. For' taree weir ;private worlds to the pub
movie godoess. Suddenly, ,, the months before she gave birth to lie How many can see the bawl
shimmer vanishes and darkness Cheryl, Lana was 'totally blind as witain -their oVin characters? 1
comes. All the 'lurking cruelties a consequence .of the pregnancy. is hardly new$ to, report that sir
appear. She is lashed by ugly head- Cheryl entered the world as a sics. id as common as people. And to
lines, pilloried by editorialists And ly infant, Dural the first nine many htimans cah truthfully eon
threatened with lotting- custody of days of her life she nas shadowed less they- have never 'succumbe,
her child. Of course, outraged pro- by death. The frail body,,required
blood transfusions.' It was many '. '' ,! ' '
to the Devil. ' ., :.. ,.-,
priety 'has the loudest voice:- And , ..,
ao tragedy is more poignant then months before ;doctors wir cer. ; v"-- ', ,
Lama vas, always aware, oi lid
the misfortune Of yquth -, when lain the, baby would bye.
r: ..,- ---- n'' tr .. r' r '' flicted ,ort' the heirs of Stars., li
ernononat protocols inemawy ,n
its radiance is mudge& Equally, .
In light of that harrowing expe expemelancholy,
melancholy, expemelancholy, however, is the help helprience,
rience, helprience, Lana later declared: 1 werv,ews sae, stated teat sal
less anguish of parents. It is easy
strong or bravc' I was haunted
"-'m yearned ;or an enouring marriagr
to censure er acquire grimly im- not
by terror and loneline d when lit. in the' nope toaE it woalu pro ui
placable attitudes toward ', those
tle Cheryl fought for her life...I a happy grime tor her child-Lb
imprisoned by the fates, It 'seems the ess ti t 1
en at emo lona seeurity
sadistic to subject Lana to, addl. would not like to experience that Inste d I I
a o so mg the problem
tiohal torment. ,No punitive roes- loneliness' atCh. Yet, each hour the succession' of 'shattered mar
sures' devised 'can ,tnjure her as I spend with my daughter is more rages' Compounded it...1 She oriel
much. as, the burnilig memory of precious' 'because of that loneli- confessed: "All I '.want'out of lit
the nightmarish incident.,And she hem; Each., time she laughs
',or is a little 'peace and" laughter.'
Is, condemned to tlive ,' with that thr.'141 herself' 'on tthe' vass, or Ironically, tIle very Mill that mos
memory tor the rest,of her days. edo ',Is ,home from school, the hap- people strive' for, in an effort t
N., .. ., .... --N .i. pi,,03 I feel is sharper. The know'. 0 De
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,, ,,.. .. .1 .) ,, ,, ledge of how much, Lalitost lost a
''For Lana to' be publicly scorned makes clearer' the realization 'of -was the' factor' w ch ma .1
hi de
as a' woman lacking in motherly how' much Iilave.0 i : .. ,nratically impossible, for' her 'it
virtures is ironic inueed. The fact 1.--.--,-- ,-' :' -;
MUHL her' ideal ,' It' has'. been'
that her devotion to her daugh The': philesophers 'Of the :world And A ''
cruel joke. no laugater, ,,I,
ter has been the one constant qua- have always understood' certain i Tragitallyi Lana --, whit- -one
lity in a turbuleht existence. Not basic imperfections. Passion fre- halm in the wonders of stardco
so long ago,' Cosmopolitan maga. Ouently dominates tohscience. Mo- -was subsequently hlinded by it
,zine reported: ,"Lana takes her rat sentiMents are 'n t 11
,. 0 Via radiance., 'About a year -ago,' ,J
Ya st reporter inquired whether she ha
responsibilities as a, mother very atteactive as-' phySical 'sensations. .
serioudy, goes to school recitals And tenlPtation often represents any objections to an acting ,taree
to hear. her daughter, play the pia. a greater force than wisdern, Cer. for her daughter.' It was a .stani
nof and has been, kobwn to haul Unity, Lana Terrier has been fool. ard query. ;"I have no objectioth
Cheryl and her Girl Scout troop ish,' terribly' foolish., There IS she',reponded.' "It's i,.. great :,lie,
in a station wagon, delivering eaca doubt that. she has been 'a Viet:"
little girl to her home after the ----7----9-------- .--------
Im To understand the Lana'Turner
trip. The ladles of the P.T.A. how -- ' ,-- CI Celluloidia ,-- it is necessar
ever, were turned down cold Aten 1 tit -11 A :' to tuiderstand the loneliness thr
they requested the ,loan of s' her I IV comes ,with movie fame; The c
$ ..,, mands upon time and energy,,tt
home for a benefit.' Lana guards j I a
the private life of her brood with 0 4 i Gin pressures, the anxieties, the ero.
, I
money and-high taXes. All valut
considerable ferocity,". f,
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,, . , . ..!.. , ..,!:.. ,, ii, distOrted. In a way, it is almo
' DesPite' rolian'.):: ',' :disappoint ii!iiiiiiifiltiA:!!:11.11:Cii 11;:"I ImPoSsible to.' maintain a tsense I
ments, Lana hao always, been a ''"--; L"""";!!;.iiiiiii;!;;; balance. As you read the story 1
bubbling personality, flip :' and ''''''',..,''''-'-''' Lana Turner .recorded in pope
frank, she reigned as,'one of the .-1,s.'''' il'Oe
,11,141)1,1
14, and magazinei- you are constan
few film queens who acceptel sill ', Ns- ---'-,47( A.,-Vt ly impressed with her commen
dor and adulation' without losing i.t.,t,,:,:;,;.,,.., .......,..t:i, t', ,, .3-t,4.i.: ahout loneliness., It is almost I
her sense of perspective. She had kiti-''.:'''...4:.15 IN ..,;(,t!,!-. obsession. For 'example, in a r
a refreshing irreverent attitude to kftlat,,,,keill4f,:;',d.erv. e s' cent issue of Motion Picture mat
ward the glamour business. A busi- tl.il,:,:100,-;',.:',,- ''
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Oto zine,- she stated: "Loneliness
ness which consists of building 't -.4",..lIN ''''''' like 's thorn on a roseo If you ph
dream images for the multitudes ':1:'. ....,,,t4.t,' :', the rose, you Probably get scratel
,' She once observed:, "I'M I girl ife47.64, eot,s, ed by the thorns', but ' havir
who wears flannel nightgowns and ..i.VWStir to a rale is 'worth a,'scrateh or tw
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MEMBERS' OE, THE GENERAL GEORGE GOETHALS POST of Veterans of Foreign' Wars
,' presented a new United,States flag to Explorer Scouts at Port Kobbe recently, at a, cere cere,
, cere, mony, and dance ,held by ,the boys. 'VFW post commander David H. Searle, Jr., made the,
,, presentation talk, explaining the purpose of the veterans organization to help develoup' pa pa,'
,' pa,' triotism and citizenship eanong youth. StIONVII; as the flag was turned over to, the boys are
...UM to xight): Neterans J2 J. Kotalik, Geerge Alexander (with flag), W. W. Lucas and Searle.
Accepting the gift on, behalf of the explorers are Tom Hicks and Charles Rentz. 'The boys
,, are members of Explorer,Post No. 16.--(U.S. Army Photo) ,

By EgSK'INE .JOHNSON
' '011OLLIWOOD:,,,--(NEA) On Onstale,
stale, Onstale, Offstage and -1,lpstaget, If
!; Hollywood's --western Mins. e a n
', get- so r iloggone adult, maybe
. there'S ivehance for ,'.'adult" hor horpat.movies...I!
pat.movies...I! horpat.movies...I! '', ,,
,wl'erhpa'sA with Lectors se
, libisheethat ,they wipe of
, knife-,the Emily, Post ,,- approyedi
' one, of 'courser-before plunging
; it into 'the,,butier's back..
'.1", A couple of movie producers
' 4, ,,,,
ave adult, screamers in mmd,
7 least,An' the theory that teen teen,
, teen, age, trade horror, pictures of late
have been hotTors deserving hor horrible
rible horrible fates. The producers are
Arthur Gardner and, Jules Levy
f- who...just completed a hair-raiser,
" ,'Return 'of Dracula." '
'''' With fingers and Check 'books
crossed;'.'they r. hoping ; that
adult horror hos, will ,return to
'theaters to see 'Dracula's, return.
' They say, ther, lave given. the
' film,. a good' story, a,lot of produc production
tion production end 'a, Dracula -with "sex ap ap,
, ap, geal.",,francis Lederer, one-time
,
, and .lossing Continental type
' lover loY, plays' the chilly fellow
, long famous, for believing there's
: nothing like a dame for a 'victim.
if, Sack dresses and Oscar
Levant' can, come back, maybe
there's hope for,Dracula.-
EVERY IA TIME the mailroom
kid's in, a 'major movie, studio
, think-about ,,ene ,.of TV's top ',10
western heroes, they 4chuckle a
bout the time he once, rustled an
letters le impress the studio with
t his "popularity."
. Before be became al. big .':TV
1 star, the actor- was- under ton-,
tract to the studio as one of those
' featured players, always worried
- aboulywhether his -yearly., option
, would be- picked ,up4, ,
, Just before me option
, time for the actor, the, mailroom
, kids noticed a big increase- in his
, ',, Ian mall., One' smart. lad had a
' Suspicion ,of ind
proved ,
After picking -up 114 fail mall
, every ,day, the actor was remail-'
trig, it,', unopened, to himself, at
the sta.-di r,.to increase his 'fan
count- He :was 'caught red red,
, red, handed by a tiny' red dot put on
- the back of every envelope, by
' the smart mail room- lad., T h e
' -,,, actor's face turned as red as the
; dot when faced With the 'evidence
', --and -.until his departure from
the shidio a year later his fan
mall count stuck to normal--
,- THE PLANNED filming in
of 'lam Paul Jones," ,with
- Robert Stack as '"The Father of
the' American Navy," is neftling
' the AFL, Film Council, represent represent'
' represent' ing' -film unions and guilds. Bev-
- sides taking advantage of 'lower
, wages abroad," Producer a m
- 'A3ronston, the Council charges,' is
perpetrating "a travesty' by
shooting,,,in Spain, scenes laid in
, 'the U.S., such as Valley Forge,
- ,the signing eft the Declaration of
- Independence and a- ball se se'
' se' .quence in Fredericksburg, Va.
' If filmed as scheduled cam cam.
. cam. -eras are get to roll April 15 the
. :Council says it will boycott the
,picture. Making ,of movies. in
- 'Europe with U.S. money long has
-:.Irked the Film Council and -,, old
-John Paul VI have not yet be begun
gun begun to fight") Jones may' turn
(nail) be the best fight, the 'Coon 'CoonP
P 'CoonP cil has had against a producer
' with ,"the temerity to deprive A A'
' A' mei-lean citizens of Jobe." 1

Along with ',the Film COUnell,'
althost any historical society also
has good reasons to groan in a amusement,
musement, amusement, about, l'John P a ul
Jones," In the-film, Jones 'sweet 'sweetheart,:
heart,: 'sweetheart,: played by Erin O'Brien,
will answer to the name of "Do "Dorothea
rothea "Dorothea Danders.", To' be historic historically,
ally, historically, ,40rett,"' she, should ,:be
ed 'Dorothy Dandridge" -because
was her name. The, nanie
rwas changed for obvious reasons.
"A' ,NICE LITTLE' Batile' That
Should 03e Robbed,", starring Toth
, Ewell, la based on an actual bank
'robbery in his home town of Port
Chester, N-Ye Other 'day. Tom had
a letter from Mrs. Ewell in Port
Chester,1 saying:. ,"Local newspa newspa,
, newspa, $er ran photo of you as one of
the,robbers. Can hardly wait for
you ,to get home and try to cash
a check in' the bank." :
Trick -Casting Note: Joe de Ri Rita,
ta, Rita, the 280-pound night club com comic,
ic, comic, plays,' says Director- 'Henry
King, -"the best villain I've seen

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bassador to Panaltna, Samuel 'Allperin, and his wife, Olga' annital convention Saturday,.at 2,, ,i,"'::::',:::::':.:;'..-::.: ::...-' '........--.;;.;.:-, .::::::,..t:.,...,::::.,-,' ::. ::: :" ':i .: ,'
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tie. Ada II. Carleton i. ',,,, ,, : ,, Dr; Jorge litotes .- -,.: tail-buffet commenchig at 7 ii.m. -,:::: ::::; ::,:,:::::i:::.:.::::,ii:::,d;-,, :,.: :: :::--::i::: : ":::4 is almost sure to be thjnking, "I
Aturning to New York ,, r ' i Returns Te New York -, i 1 ., at the Fort Amador Officers 0- !, i:i::::::::,: :, ,:,:;:::::::::;:::'-,NZ .., ::: -: :, :::,,:::,,,::: wonder 'what she says about me ,
Mrs- Ada A. Carleton of --' Port Dr.' Jorge Illueca, Panania's re- pen Mess. Officers fot the comin'g ::::. ,:.::,:: ..:: ::..,::::::.;:::;;,:..,
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England; announce the marriage of the following after 5 p.m. -' not L,4.:::-.i:,;,!,:i::;;i;:m:0-,:::,::,,:,::-.,,,,:;:,,::::--,,-,::,x,::,,: ,, :.::::, -,.::::,: :,:,-,:-':i,::: ::::,..;::::;ts,,' 1New Yor ,:,::,::::,..::,::,:,:,::,:: s.
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:en mnomiya, will give a' recep- saturdaY Orli ,s:- ', ,,,, .' : ',, 7- ,-..- ,-.-,,.' r.--' ,: '. ',..,- -; MRS.- THOMAS L.:, HARROLD, right, wife of the comm-andinrg 4 '.. By. Donald 'S.' Rockwell ,-,.. . '', ::::,;,,.,,:,f..'i,::,i,:,,,,i,'i::,,,::;.,
,on at the Embassy residence A- ---' - ,: ,-.,- ,,,, -. -,.. .- ..2 an a. gh , ., .... ,.' .
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ssr d Mr Leonard Butz eneral USARCARIB presents Mrs. Ridgely Ciaither;:. wife of '. ,- ' , ,-, ., .., -, n : l .- -, - .:
' The bridegroOM Wail born in Celebrate Golden Wedding r t e new, commander In chief Caribbear Command with. a r
ril 29 honoring the birthday of .., tain at 8:40. Jack's at 344 West .CRISTOBAL'S' SUSAN PINCUS Was chairman of decorations ,,
enema and is thellsoniof Mr. Mr.' and Mrt 'Leonard T.-Butz souvenir copy- of the inter-American Women's Club book 'on 46th is conveniently close to most d bit it at th th da ht b id held Saturday :1 --, ',
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, ,..,-,,,, , ,.. ,i .... and Mrs. C. 0.,- Ke y 0 Ancon. recently celebrated their 50th wed. Panama, "Living at the Crossroads," at, a luncheon given in
of the theaters,. and patrons come afternoon at the Collega of Mt. -Saint Vincent In Riverdale, -:: r
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,ntortain At Sridga.
was while an undergraduate st where they have made ,t h e i r :, , , . ,, : f , ,. chip s.ou,:; ,,g'.0 ))11.--k". .'sn- d' New York', The affair, sponsored ,by students, took Place in :, :, .-
Mr., and Mrs. Malcolni- Wheeler
Cambridge that he met -, M i a s home since Mr. Rutz' rit,irement .,: '-' "'. ' '''' Inussk 'US ShoiyF1' ;e'er' into Cardinal' Hayes Auditorium -on campus., Susan, daughter :
r Los Rios entertained five cou- of Mrs. -Alice. 'M. 'Pincus, IS a sophomore: at the (college:. A ., ,.
les at a dessert-bridge at their Grieve; who was a ,student at -a from the Panama Railroad sever. iP itraduate of Cristobal High School, she is ,majoring in Cora-, .. ..--,
..in,d nrt Cntlirt1211 ,, A V 01 n I n it. nearby Teacher li Training !Col- al years ago. The couple was mar. ',,.
tt :".' II PPTINI1A III the spotless refrigerator you can
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UNION CLUB SWIMMING POOL SCENE OF FIESTA
LIONORING ARGENTINE A31BASSADOR AND WIFE
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-Members of Panama's Diplomatic Corps were hosts to today
day today at a gay fiesta held at the Union Club's swimming pool.
' The affair was a despedida in honor of the Argentine Ain.
bassador to ranahla, Samuel 'Allperin, and his wife, Olga'
1 de Allperin, who are leaving the capital shortly, to re-
Aurn to their own country. ,

Mrs- Ada IL Carleton,
Koturning to New York
Mrs- Ada B. Carleton of Port
Washington New York, is expect expecting
ing expecting tp sail'Wednesday on the SS
Turandot of the Barber Line en
route to her home the United

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Mrs. Carleton has been t
house guest of bet son,inlaw andl Kolly.Griavo Marriage
daughter, Capt. and Mrs. M. C. in England Announced
Hill of Diablo HeightS, since tho Mr. and Mrs. Philip Grieve of
first of Jantlary. 130 The Headlands, Northampton,
England, announce the marriage
Japanoso Ambassador of their daughter, Patricia, to Mr.
Will Honor Emperor Patrick Manny Kelly at St. Al Alban's
ban's Alban's Church, Northampton,' on
Japan's Ambassador in Panama,
Ken Ninomiya, will give a recep Saturday, April 5.
tion at the Embassy residence A-
pril 29 honoring the birthday of The bridegroom was born in
the Emperor of Japan. Panama and la the son of Mr.
!anti Mr2 0 Kolb nf Anron.

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'Mr, end Mrs.:Wheeler
Entertain At Sridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Maleo Int Wheeler
of Los Rios entertained five
ples at a dessert.bridge at their
home on Saturday evenin g.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
James Earned, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Favret, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Raoul
Tberiault and ,Mr. 'and Mrs.
James Fulton.,
Gala pashiew show 7.. ', ?s '. 1.
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Held At Tiveli
A gala fashion show Was pre.
sented Saturday afternoon by the
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Rainbow Girls at the
Guest House. '
'' Among the models were Chris.
tine Hull. Sandra MeKayi Barbara
thie-lie-fi, cl-r-a- McKim Barbara
Rogers', Mary Smith, Billie she
yr- -a. II. .1 v
, Spencer, Harriet Gundersen, 141n
Botzentneyer, Annettejtents, E-
dith Mc Ned,, Janice Tab ler, Linda
Longmore and Janet Tribe.
Capt. and Mrs.. C. H. Gtmddr-
Botzentneyer, Annettejlentz, E Edith
dith Edith Mc Ned,, Janice Tab ler, Linda
LongmOre and Janet Tribe.
Capt. and Mrs.. C. H. Gtmddr Gtmddr,
, Gtmddr, sen acted at advisors, Mrs.
Buehler as mother adivosr, Janot
Tribe as chairman and Linda
tongmor as worthy advisor.,

tine Hutt,
Rogers, 1
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Botzenthc
dith McNc
tongmore
Capt. a
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Buehler al
Tribe as i
tongmor
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Buehler as mother adivosr, Jatic Cuttcheon Tandirad ; ''..., r:
Tribe as chairman and L i n d a At Italian Embassy
Longmors pa worthy advisor., ; I- ', The Ambassador of Italy and
. ,. 4'1, ' ' ''' Mrs. Mario Majoll entertained at
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,r. resi,r. fiencer, Saturday as a despedida
'''( i r ,''''or the Ambassador of Argentina
',t'''',. 1 I Land Mrs.., Samuel kAllperin who
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ate leaving the Isthmus soon.
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N-d' '' '',,'' '' Gbill ', William .E. Pdtter return.
, 0-14;, ,,..,, ' .0.-. I i,,,,,,;,- ed to the Canal Zone ekrly Satur Satur1.'
1.' Satur1.' 7 I day morning' by plane lolowing
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a short trip to Washington, P.C.
awl si do Venezuslan Ambassador :.',
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Used after every ,
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c hange4 Maxima 77.7 The Ambassador of Panama to
prevenu heat rash, .,,,,'...s,,,!,, ', Venezuela, German ,Moreno arriv arrivchafs
chafs arrivchafs and galling. gin iti ed here recently for a vacation.
too, Absorbent
cornstarch base ail Bishop Goodell' Leaves
clinp 'close, ke,eps ,I40WDER For Western Panama
bitb fresh, coin. nicATID Bishop of ther Panama C a n a I
fortable. ., .,,, 04,Ev Zone R. Heber Gooden left by
114111"111M01211 plane Saturday' for Bocas del To To-
- To- Medicates Menne Skin Crelm helps hest ro to visit the missions Of the E..
pninrui sunburn. its pntk lanolin smootts piscopal Church in the Archdea
red "detergent hands." not conry f western panama., He

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chafl armchafl end gelling. 1111011 ed here recently tor a vacation.
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i baby fresh, coin. toicATID Bishop of ther Panama C a n a l
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; :sitigAstroliOn' for' Dance. Closes-'7'.
: 'Teenagers'ond Pre-Teel ns,
CRISTQBAL,17.111X.A, TUES.', APRIL 22111',
FROM 2.00- P.M, to 5100 PM ,
" CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS, INTERMEDIATE
: AND, 4DITANCED COURSES IN LATIN AMERICAN.
, LEA N NEW YORKER, BOP, DIG, JITTERBUG WITH
FLIPS AND LIFTS, WALTZ, FOXTROT CHA CHA CHA,
MERENGUE, TANGO, CALYPSO, NEW (HOKEY POKEY).
, THE STROLL, THE HOP, NEW PARTY GAMES ,AND
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: !ISPECIA0 2412 HOUR LESSONS ,-.$12.00-Y 4
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, i , - ,', 11,' -',- -:- IL e '. ,' ' Bourgeois, carrie Brown, azel fully used nylon tubes to replace '''''''''' 4.6-.4, 1- 0
. ri, N ' .k Brooks, Ethel C b e it t e r, Mrs. blood vessehr in human beings to -, .s.,, c
' ', ,,,., It : -.-,tii,Fr.-1 Charles, Marge Coffey,. Kay Dan Dan;
; Dan; '"' SO tif0e ', 1 lets,- Ethel Clarke Phyllis-Turner peiping radio re
. .-, , Phyl Euper, ' treat high blood pressure cases, ,, :,, I
ported today, 4 . , ,1,9, , t
Beatrice k rench, .. I
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Miss Leoti Black, Texas, and I
, Ill 0 1. 0-- , ', 10 I Kongable, Florente Klipper,,,, J.
Mackibbon, Grattice Oten, ,Mary rs. ora a in o a
M C Wh l' I Okl homa, , Aka, V4,,lit, ,
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'1 .' Ruppel,' Gertrude Smouse.
, .,--- f. p''''.ds,..,,, ;-- Blanco Schilling, Mary Trent, L. Loretta Snodgrass. Agnes.Hearon, ', s,
,Bolton.. ,, -. , ' I ',
peggy Parker, Rose Casey, Stella , ,-74414.1 411)tt '',,, 1
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Barrett, Ame4 de Castro Av., p, ' k k , , k ., k. i
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elyn de Castro,' Marian Smith, H.1- irt 4(1 "crlb, 1 ';t 1 S1 t
' brake mahttenance with geOuine Wagn'e; LOckh d hydraulic
ee, E Joh,' Mrs. Hall, ,Mary : Aane. r , I,
.s,en, 4ona Saarinen, Ks. E. m. -, .r , - -- .: ':' X , : :- ,'
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Dr. Jorge !Hueco .r '4 ". ,,
Returns re New York
, Dr. Jorge Illueca, Panama's re representative
presentative representative on the Security Coun Council
cil Council of the United Nations, left the
Isthmus Saturday to return LO
the -United States f0110Wing
brief visit here.. 2
Patrick Matiny Kelly at St. Al Alban's
ban's Alban's Church, Northampton,' on
Saturday, April 5.
The bridegroom was burn In
Panama and is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Kelly of Ancon.
He is now engaged in research
work at Cambridge Upiversity. It
was while an undergraduate at
Cambridge that he met Miss
Grieve, who was a student at a
nearby Teacher Training tol tollege.
lege. tollege. :
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' The newlyweds, now living in
Cambridge, hope to pay a visit
to Panama this summer.
Israeli Consul To Mark :
leth Anniversary Celebration r'
,Aaron Eisen, Consul of Israel
in Panama, and Mrs. Eisen will
be hosts on Thursday night at
WM Anniversary LeleDratiOn
, Aaron Eisen, Consul of Israil
in Panama, and Mrs. Eisen will
be host; on Thursday night at
.buffet dinner celebration in honor
of Israel's tenth anniversary of
her indenpendence. -'.
Members of .. the diolonistie
yftnppKs. the chploniatie
iorps, as well as high offielai
,rom both sides of the border,
have been invited to attend the
celebration which will be held in
the penthouse of the Consulate
on 46th Street in Panama City.
e
plans to return April 28. -
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Canal ZOrt. Reserve
Officers Association ,
Plans Cocktail-Buffet s'
The Canal Zone Department,
Reserve Officers Association of
the United States, is holding its
anntial convention Saturday. at 2
p.m. at the Albrook ,Officers'
Club. '
Following the convention, the de department
partment department will entertain at a cocktail-buffet
commencing at 7 p.m.
at the Fort Amador Officers' O Open
pen Open Mess. Officers fot the comin'g
year will be installed and there
will be dancing to the music 1 of
Luzho Azcarraga.
All members and ipterested Re Reserve
serve Reserve Officers?' their ladies and
guests are invited to attend. Res Reservations
ervations Reservations at 53.00 per p e s o
may be made with the Chapter
president or by telephoning one
of the following after 5 p.m. not
later than Thursday: Col. Dem Deming,
ing, Deming, 2-4108, Cmdr. Jannssen, 83-
3285, or Col. Cole, 82.5144.
mr and Mrs. Leonard -Butz
Celebrate Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. 'Leonard T. Butz
recently celebrated their 50th wed wedding
ding wedding anniversary at Bambito,, El
Volcan in Chiriqui .s Province,
where they have made the ir
home since Mr. Butz' retirement
from the Panama Railroad Sever Several
al Several year ago. The couple was mar married
ried married in 1908 in Colon.
The annivgrsary party which
was an open house was held at
the Butz' home and signing the
were: Mrs. Rosemary Telemarch,
Mr. and Mrs. 'Aerica Abadia.
Mr; and Mrs. "Bugs" R,e e e,
Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Marti, Mr.
and Mrs. Eduardo Cortez, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Whiting, Mr. an 1
Mrs.' 11. G. Lewis and- Capt. C.
W. Stewart.
Thomas N. Stewart, Kent Hem Hemmeting,
meting, Hemmeting, Mrs. Gerturde Freeland,
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Shaun() n,
Mrs. Margarita Chang, Mr., A. B.
Parker, Mrs. Matilde Fink, Mr.
and Mrs.s's Tomas Rodriguez 'and
daughters; Zonella and Lydia.
Mrs. Cecilia G.- de Paredes,
Mrs. Nancy Prado, Master Rolan Rolando
do Rolando Prado, Mr. and Mrs. Lqis
Martinz,' Mr. Stefan Fink, Mr.
and Mrs. Gustavo Hang end Mr,
Federico., Carvart.
1 The Butz' son and daughter-in.
law and their children, Rickey,
Peter, and Esther of Margarita,
drove to the Items to celebrate
0-olth their parents on .the happy
occasion. I
Baked ham, fried chicken and
salmon salad headed the menu
which-included 'mit cocktail made
from ,fruits grown on their finca,1
and such exotie items as black.'
1 berrY and cranberry.jelly, Hungit
rols and a special fruit cake.
Mrs.- Leonard T. Butz,- known
as "Brune!' to hundreds of Chi Chiricanos,
ricanos, Chiricanos, is famous for her cook cook,
, cook, ing and she prepared the meal
herself, aided by friends.
- Both the Butzes are well-known
for their philanthrople work
throcghout that section ot Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Mrs. Butz has taught house household
hold household management to many girls
and woinen, and Mr. Butz has
given advice to farmer in the
locality.
Balboa WOMIn't Club
Card Party Benefits e
Teen-Club Finances a
Members and friend of theBal- S
boa Woman's Club who attindell, e
or participated in the special e
card party en Nednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Tivoli Guest House V
were gratified to learn that the 1
proceeds of the afternoon totalled
$10266. A check for this amount 2
NMI presented to Mr. Victor Herr d
by Mrs. Peter Bolton, chairthan
of the Civic and Youth Commit. I
tee, for the purpose' of swellinl t
the Teen.Club fund.' - 1
, The volunteer committee, to 1,
whom much credit is due, waS t
composed of Mrs. James S n o
grass, chairman', Mrs. William 1
Heaton,' Mrs. Gerald Parker, Mrs. t
Joseph Case, Mrs. Grover Luce
Mrs. Anthony Nita and Mrs. Pe.,
ter Bolton. The Arts and Crafts (
Group donated a pair of copper
pictures crafted by Mrs. Fisher
Oltenburg and a' copper A3icture
cra.ted by' Mrs. toward Went- (
worth. These were won by Mrs.
John Barrett and Mrs. MorrIS 1
Smouse. ,
Members ,and friend; whb it.
tend,ed or 'participated by donat donating
ing donating toward the fund were: Dora.
thy Allen, Helen,, Adler, Rill 1
Bourgeois, Carrie I3rown, -Hazel I
Brooks, Ethel Cite ste r, Mrs. 1
Chariest, Marge Coffey,, Kay Dan- t
iels,- Ethel Clarke, Phyllis-Turner,
Phyl Euper, Beatrice ,French,
Mrs. Graham,' Azzie Holgerson,
Molly Johnson, Ruth Jenkins, Ruth
Kongable, Florence Klipper, J. :
Mackibbon, Grattice Oten, Mary
Ruppel,' Gertrude Smouse.
Bianco Schilling, Mary Trent, L.
Tarflinger, Lois Van Horn, Marie
Wetzel, Marty Bashami Margue.
rite Bouche, Audrey Kincaid, Flo Flora
ra Flora Haelt, Louise Merchant, Helen
Barrett. Ame4 de Castro, Av.,
elyn de Castro,' Marian SmIth, 11.1
E ich; Mrs. Hall, ,Mary Aane.
sen, Leona .Saarinen, Mrs. E. M.
Frund, Mrs, M. F. Illes, Mrs.
A. Campbell, Mrs. B. Thome s,
Mrs. B. Stamper,' Helen Harrold,
Mary Emlaw, Doris Poore, F.
Shannon, H., Terry, Mrs.' Geroge I
Able,' Wanda St. !Marie, Eleanor
MeBrierty, Betty Lang, Mrs. Ford,
Mr. A., Altman ,,Mrs.
see. T 7 k
Mrs. Alexander Schilgraut, Vrs.
lack Shaw, Evelyn Harrintont Lee
Oltenburg, Erika Burkhalter;, Bel.
en Quinlan, Jennette Fahrubel,
Anna Kiernan, Maude Clinchard,
Estelle Lusky, Polly Michalis, Gen- I
nett 'Misc.' Juanita- WatsentMaria
'Days, Betty Skelton, Eleanor Ab.
hot, Abi Williams Mary Worleyd
Helen Wentworth,tAnne Ruth
land, Betty Ross: Yvonne Bass,
icne Stacy, Virginia Whitmore,
, Nancy Pfeiffer, Hattie. Laird, Ag

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MRS. THOMAS L. HARROLD, right, wife of the commanding
general USARCARIB, presents Mrs. Ridge ly Gaither;. wife of
the new, commander In chief, Caribbean Command, with a
souvenir copy of the Inter-American Women's Club book on
Panama, "Living at the Crossroads," at a luncheon given in
the latter's honor by members of the Fort Amador Officers
,onA Wives' Club.---(U.S. Army Photo) 4

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.fgach notice for Inclusion in 'hit
Co omit should be submitted in
tvaeotritten term and, mailed so
the be number listed daily in
dial and Otherwise," or delivered
by heed to the office. Het)cee of
meetings cannot be accepted by
,telephone.
Canal Zone Art League
To Hear Atiredo Sinclair
The ,Canal Zone Art League
will meet at the US0-41irli 1
ing on La Boca Road, Balboa,'
tommorow at 7:30 p.m. Mr.' Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Sinclair, whose aptintings
currently are being shown 111"tne
USO-JWB Gallery, address
the group. ,
F foot. Reserve Branch i
Will Meet Tomorrow
Elect Reserve Brandt, 50
hold its monthly meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in Building 1195,
Coco Solo, It is being held espe.
cially for the election 'of officers
for the coming year, and mem membersarereminded
bersarereminded membersarereminded that. although
Coco 'Solo is inactive, the Fleet
Reserve is still very active, end
tit are urged tn"attend
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Esther arch, Mooting,
To Bo Held This Evening
The Esther, Circle of the Bat.
boa Union Church will Meet at
the home of Mrs. Roger Coilinge,
5285 Morrison' St1 Diablo Heights,
at 7:30 this evening. Mrs. George
Thibodeau will be the co-hostess.
MrSo, Colinge will give the devo devotion
tion devotion and,Mrs. Clyde Le.CI a ir
will be the speaker,
Atlantic Side' PTA
Will Meet 'Tonight
The Atlantic Side Parent-Teachers'
Association will meet tonight
at 1:30 at the South Margarita
School library. CoL Jtilm C. 'Nick-,
erson, Jr., will be the guest speak.
et.
Womon's Auxiliary ,
To Hoar Dr. Moody
Dr. Dorothy Moody Will be the
guest speaker at a meeting Mon.
day, April 213,'of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Cathedral Of St.
Luke in Ancon. The meeting will
be held at 7:30- p.m. in-- Bishop
Morris MIL Dr. Moody's topic
will- be: "What Religion Means
to the College Student."
Binal Birith
Moots Tonight
A regular Meeting. of : Wnal
B'rith, will be held tonight at 8
o'clock in the Community Hall of
Kel Shearith Israel.
This will, be &Social meeting.
Mrs. Zden Fischman will lecture
on "Jewish Music." The lecture
will be illustrated with recordings
and' will be followed by a disccs,
lion. Refreshments will be served.
QEVISE UNIQUE AFEATMENT
LONDON ,,,(UP).Doctors in
Communist -China have success.
fully used nylon tubes to replace
blood vessehr in human beings to
treat high blood pressure cases,
Peiping radio reported today...,
nes Buzickaz Mrs. John Carlton,
Miss Leoti Black, Texas, and
Mrs. Cora Whalin of Oklahomat
Loretta Snodgrass. Agnes.Hearon,
Peggy Parker, Rose Casey, Stella
Nita, Theresa Luce and ,Emily
Bolton. ,

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ill, be &Social i meeting. ,, -;,...'.: ' i
na Fischman will lecture ,, ''. ,'
ish Music," The lecture 10 o-e. t,,,
lustrated with recordings t r 13
be followed by a disccs,
reshments Will be served. . '' ' '4
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)N ..(UP)-- ,. Doctors in ,..- t i
of -China have success. ,e, 1,,,,'''
I nylon tubes to replace '''''''" "."40",, -i
;sels in human beings to ..
h blood pressure cases,
radio reported today, 4 tit
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ckaz Mrs. John Carlton, 1,,,. 1
oti Black, Texas, and ', f tfoi a,
ra Whalin of Oklahoma, r
st A,.,, 14",f,
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arker, Rose Casey, Stella :::-.11F4-an
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Draw Big, Cro.l'Ati,.:
Briissels fah':
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, GRUSSE (UP) The
and the Russian- pavilions at the
Brussels' World's -Fair are draw.
ing crowds about equal in size
and 'far beyond any .other attrac.
tion at the exposition,' a survey
showed today.
, Comments from scores of the
tens of thousands whG bavevisit
ed both pavilions since the fair
opened Thursdar- favored tho
AmIricen exhibit over the $oviet
' Well over 200.000 persons had
attended the ,two pavilions pp ta
Sunday
At midafternoon, a solid wall of
humanity made. passage ,through
the roomy U.S. pavilion difficult.
Many of the crowd had come
t see the fashion show o!'. bath bathing
ing bathing suits; beachwear and summer
clothing modeled by: beautiful 13e1.
gian and French girls.
About the sa'me size crowd
jammed the Soviet pavilion, cram
ing to get good view of the
space rockets, full.scale model
of Sputnik If and an actual Spot,
nik of the' type first orbited bY
the Rssians. ;: 0
This had been believed to have
been a model but a Russian of3.
cial said today that had Sputnik I
failed to orbit,' the silver sphere
hanging from the ceiling of the
Soviet pavilion -would have been
Con,1 .....
fired into space.
Another Soviet official deplored
reporte of a Soviet-American ri rivalry
valry rivalry because of the fact the pa pavilions
vilions pavilions are, side by side, and reP
rend the, opoosing ideologies 0:
the East and West. ,
The official,' Jacob Lomko, said
tha'Sviets had not tried to over.
whelni the relaxed U,S,, disn'ay
by putting mountains of machin.,
try in .its own pavilion.
"America does not have to
ihow its makes of machinery, we
all know that." he said.
The maiorit of nersons ones.
tined by '11.P; renorters said they
slightiv favored the round,' grace.
ful U.S, fori its beauty,
spacioutness and exhibits -stress,
ing,freedom, ,happiness and pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity.
Women rareli liked the ',Immo&
sivio display of funetions1 exhibits
in the Aussian pavilion but Ali the
men said they found,it mosC"in,
Wresting."
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If .you want to be considered
charming, don't ever make fun of
others behind 'their backs for pet petty
ty petty reasons. While you are picking
a person to pieces your listener
is almost sure to be thjnking, "I
wonder what she says about me
when I'm hot arounthv
A person of charm is never hyp hypercritical
ercritical hypercritical of others.
So you viant to, tnake the cur curtain
tain curtain at 8:40. Jack's at 344 West'
46th is conveniently close to most
of the theaters, and patrons come
all thet way from Wall Street for
the charcoal-grilled steaks and
chops.
you go baCk and peer into
the spotless refrigerator you can
see 'prime", stamped on the beef
and lamb. Limited seating capa capacity
city capacity makes it advisable to call
up for a reseivation, but don't
ask for Jack. After 30 years this
popular restaurant still bears his
name, but, Jack is gone. k
In his place are two Al's. If
you ring up and use that time timeworn
worn timeworn salutation: 'You know me,
AV you may be talking to 'Big"
Al laded,' the genial bartender
who puts into your favorite drink
the "zing" that he used to pack
into his wallop at Is middleweight
fighter., or you' may be speaking
to "Lathe" AI Scarlat, -efficient
manager and affable host.
Robert Preston, Ada May, Gre Gregory
gory Gregory Peck.. Henry Fonda, RobArt
Mitchum, Glenn Ford, George Go-
bel and Grouch Marx are a few
of the stage, screen and televison
starts who mingle with Industrial
-executives and members of - the
fourthe estate in the front room
with its mural reminders of hit
shows, of yisteryear -or the back
I
roorn where the all paintings deo
pict Italian wine provinces.
After dipping shrimOt maison
in the sauce b01111 of hot oil and
garlic pebbles, tr lasagne al for.
no, manicotti or other distinctive
pa sta s mouthnwateringly mem-,
ed chef Peter Cirollo,, who also
does wonders with veal in sever sever'
' sever' al' styles, chicken taccitore and
'seafood.
Peter I.Jstinov, whom you will!
recall for his outstanding perform-1
ance as ,Nero in the motton pic picture,
ture, picture, 'Quo ,Vadis't wrote the plali
"Romanoff and Juliet" in which
he,' is starring at the Plymouth
Theatre.
The slight ,but charmingly told
story unfolds in an imaginary Eu European
ropean European country the smallest
tone in'the world. As the general
momentarily ruling the tiny na nation,
tion, nation, Ustinov pleasantly 'kids" the
Ittissian communists while also
having some fun at the expense,
of the ',American ambassador, a
bly and' iraacibly portrayed by ve
tem film actor Fred Clark.
The general cleverly manaAes
tmited the 'lovelorn son of the
Russian diplomat with the equal equally
ly equally smitten daughter of the Amery
ican ambassador in a surprise mar marriage
riage marriage with, a fantastic wedding,
ceremony under the very eyes
of the two irate 'fathers, each of
whom is string to outwit the other
in obtaining a treaty. A more tole tolerant
rant tolerant understanding between the
two peoples, it Pot the reconciling
of their conflicting ideologies,, is
humorously hinted et through the
breaking clown of East-West Bar Barriers
riers Barriers by the young lovers in ,the

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When A restaurant is called the SUUUU uy Ull 611 ,.....s...t...y
Epicure it has a lot ,to live up Foreign Minister -"Satoh
called off -a planned vaca
to. but that is just ,what,,,the es- order to, keep a close wa
tablishment by that name at 52 the Jerusalem developinent
East 59nct Street does. The humor The armistice, ogreeme
oils color sketches by. Zito which
line the walls nut you in a ,jollY tween Israel and Jordan
the strength of armed forco
frame. cf, mind ''' to enjoy your side is allowed to maintain
choice from the manv-, excellent r,usalem. ,
French and Italian dishes so per-1
fectly cheffed and ohilgingly ser
ed under the watchful eve of Jack, 6 1
,13orn in .London of Italian psr- nri 2f0 Ma
h C' l'
trite, le combines Abe pleasing Iv'
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characteristics of lovial British ta- ti .16-
vern hest with, the Italian's insi 11 I
tinetive flair for fine food prepar. ren Wiled'
ed in the contieentet manner., If u
you want somethinl different .: 11 Er 1
from.standarl flishes, trY esif's
ney 'rrifolati or sweetbread saute
brpipq saute, Milanalse. wed kid- ,,
in Ten'in' 1 F 11 I
att M.dere. ', , dren ye:, a tenant WM
Soecialties Include slieed capon were burned to death yo
rang and braised osso buco with DUNN, 14.d. CLIP) Si
Eniente. broile,1 tenderloin of beef when fire destroyed i thei
ty anpetizers oyster Epicure
risotto!: Milanaise. Among,. the tes- miles from here. ,
room frame house abet
outstanding. Cleverly twisting file ren identified the victims
tail of the Citig,Bie citotation, the dren of Archie, 29, and
reads: "What foods these morsels MI a farm t3f
motto at the ton o the menu Itbinson, 27, Negroes, win
is Deputy Sheriff john, El'
Luby Warr(
be.'.1 ", ,' Thp vittims ,were Went
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AUTO elltAti4 KILLS THRF, 1
GLOCESTER, R.I. (1,111..-Three'
men wore killeC and four others
were injured today when their se setotrobile
totrobile setotrobile went out of control on
Putnam Pike, sheared off a lit-Nay
po'e and plunged 30 feet down
an embankment. The dead were
identified as Robert Clisdell, 21,
Gerald Jones, 22. both of.,Chena..
chet, R.I., and George Mac Ken.
zie,)21,, of Putnam Conn.
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FIRE.'ter 1141R 1
BRUSSELS..4,UPI..The Bru
sels World's Fair fire brigade
went into action for the first time
today. It found a smpll fire where
there was smoke in the tobac.
co pavilion.

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CRISTOBAL'S SUSAN PINCUS WEIS chair-lien of decorations
and publicity at the mother-daughter bridge held Saturday
afternoon at the College of Mt. -Saint Vincent in Riverdale,
New- YorIc The affair, sponsored ,by students, took place in
t,be Cardinal Hayes Auditorium on campus. Susan, daughter
of Mrs. Alice 'M, Pincus, IS a sophomore at the reollege. A,
graduate of Cristobal High School, she is ,majoring' in Vita.
meree education and plans to teach in secondary schools.--'

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' THERE are more than a few ad advantages
vantages advantages to tr,V101111111 in:being 4.
instead ot20..
At 40 she can get a bofchedup
lialtdo and not think her is
ruined.
'She can have a fight with' the
man ,she loves and know it will
be made up like all the quarrels
that have gone before it and were
made up andi forgotten.
She can laugh at a faux pas, in instead
stead instead of agonizing over it.
, '
She can tit home on Saturday
night without feeling that life is
passing her by.
She can think 'o't a dozen thlngs
to do when canceled plans leave
her with a free half day, instead
of feelkng at loose ends.
ordan Brings
d
"AMMAN, Jordan (UP)Jordan
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ye-eternity Ordered reinforca'
ments and heavy tanks into the
JOrdanian, sector of Jerusalem to
counter ,repOrted plans by'' Israel
to, mass powerful forces in Its sec section
tion section of that 'city tor a Military
parade !loft Thursday"...
goVernmen comptini comptini,que
,que comptini,que coarged the "menacing site
,of ,the troop units reported being
massed to take 'part in Israel'e
10th, anniversar military' parade'
was in violation of ithe, truce
agreement.
It declared that Jordanian rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements were being sent to the
old city following army
gence reports that the Israelis in intended
tended intended to pack the' parade with
heavy equipment,,tanks, armored
care and artillery ,in quantities su superior
perior superior to truce,
Leaves Cancelled
In ,the wake of the communt.
quei senior government and army
oficials cance led, leaves and
stood by'on en emergency basis,
Foreign- ,' Minister :,,Samir, Rifai
called off ,a planned vacation in
, order to, keep a close watch OD
,the Jerusalem developinentS.',
The armistice, agreement be between
tween between end Jordan limits
the strength of armed forces each
side is allowed to maintain in Je
In Tenant-Ferm Fire
DUNN,' 140. (UP) Six chit.
dren vo: tenant7 farm family
were burned to death yes,erday
when fire destroyed their five.
room frame house about four
miles from here. , 2
Deputy Sheriff tIolm Eris War.
ren identified the victims ass,,chiL ass,,chiLdren
dren ass,,chiLdren of Archie, 29, and Steil?
Rebinson, 27, Negroe, who reside
on a farm of Luby Warren.
Thp .vittims ,were Identified as
Shirley, 7, Jerry, 5, Eugene Alex
ander, 4, Lillian Doris, 3, wiwe,
; and Ilebecca, 1.-
The oldest childr'Bobby, 9, es
caped from he burning house
witheut injury.
The father told Warren and
Coroner Coleman Carter that he
and his wife were visiting a near.
by neighbor and did not see their
house burning until it was entire.
1) enveloped by flames at about
midnight, They rushed back but
were unable to got Inside save
the children. '
' The mother, who is expecting
her' eventr thild in Iwomonths,
was taken to the Betsy Johnson
Memorial Hospital in Dunn and

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!oroner Coleman Carter that he ; i
nd his wife were visiting a near. In olden days the common'
' black pepper, native to Indiaii
ippines, v,,as a rare and price- l
Siam, Indonesia and the Phil. t,
ly neighbor and did not see their
Louse burning until it was entire.
-les$ luxury, The Greeks valued
it for its medicinal qualities.
$ enveloped by flames at about
. ,, The Coths of the early 5th cen cennulnight,
nulnight, cennulnight, They rushed back but
yheerechtlilidabrelen.t gtl,t inside t save
The mother, who is expecting turY prized it so highly that
ler' eventr thild in Iwo months, ...theyextracted. large,,orpounts
o' ..., .tritinffica Jt. taeyeleeslia
Nast taken to the Betsy Johnson of pepper as tribute from con- ''
Vlemorial Hospital in Dunn and quered enemies.
bleated for shock and then re. ,,,,', '
leased.

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x.Ncx IMIMOMMOIMMINONIM.Rionpi.
She can fail at something with..
Jut feeling' like I total failure.
SHE'S GAINED PHILOSOPHY
SHE knows that "things will loolt
'''Atter in the,, morning's and 'that
"if it can't be helped there's -to
use worrying about it."
She- isn't-surprised Or resentful
when small things go wrong,. for
she expects such upsets and usual.
ly' make allowances tor them.
She, is rarely "embarrassed 'to
death's by, anything that happens.
4 She knows how to hide a hurt
and keep her chin tip instead of
bursting, '')tito tears.
She kn ws she tan admit mak mak,
, mak, tnE mistake without losing face,
But best of alt.,. perhaps, at 40
she. is willing to pause now and
then and remember yesterdays.
a.a....d.kMOMO.
I The Jordanian government cont..
munique said that.' Jordan had
'protested- against the size, of the'
parade to' U., N..' Seeretaky' Gen General
eral General Dag. liammarsitIold, as ,early
as February....1...," ..
- Ilarnmarskjold, 'asked 'to
take immediate steps to halt the
"Israeli concentrations"' and stop
the parade which Jordan believes
threatens the peace and security
in the area, the communiquie Said.
.Takes Wit Action
Joidan,. thestatement .sald,', de.
tided to take action. on its own
a:ter 'it, learned that the U.' N.,.
wass."unable to prevent, remove.
or halt", the ',ISrdeli' parade cell cell,tentrations.
,tentrations. cell,tentrations. '' L.
, (In,'Jerusaleni, Thraell officials
confirmed that N; Officials had
, approached them the request
of Jordan .for inforniation on the
size,' otrsl'hursda's taneiVersary
parade. ,
(But Isiaeli iouttea said lt 'was
understood that U. N.' truce of&
cers had not asked for a redue reduetot
tot reduetot in the. parade forte because
Israel already hads informed' both
the N.' and Jordan' that the
troops. and griller .would leave Je Jerusa
rusa Jerusa em immediatelx after the
, Sunday's Jordanian government
, COmmunique sai 'Jordan felt it
was "obliged t6 preserve its
rights" by sending its. own troops '-
to the old city sector' of Jerusalem'.
since no outside force, .seemed
re.ily to do so.-
' ,The- temmunique imPlied -that
..bcth the. United States and Brit..
ain along, with the U. 1st. bad de
clined to halt thc Israeli plane.-
The Jordanian government corn,.
ti:.4. tAlA.s.1 hatti
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something with..
total failure.
PHILOSOPHY
"things will loolt
riling" and 'that ,-
telped there's -no
ut it." -
ised ,Or resentful
;a go wrong.w for
upsets and usual.
ces for them. '

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Action
ment :said, de.
in' on its own v
at the U.' N.
event, remove.
parade con-
sraellofficials
i. officials, had
it the request
mation on the
tannlversary
,
es said it was
N.' truce offi.'
I for a redue.
forte because
informed both
rdan' that the
mulct leave Je Je!Ix
!Ix Je!Ix after the
kn government
Jordan felt it
preserve its
its. own troops
it, of Jerusalem
force seemed
! imPlied -that
,ates and Brit-
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' SAFETY DEMONSTRATlON-'-Watchlng a demonstration of the proper method1 of the "shallow water carry," being put on by Fort'
t "Kobbe life-guards who recently completed a life saving course, are Lt Col. Benjamin- G. Taylor Jr., executive ohicer of, the 1st;
Battle Group, 20th, Infantry; Robert A. Oleen, Red Cross field director and John H, De Labar, first aid and water safety repre repre-sentative..As
sentative..As repre-sentative..As part of their job as Red Cross-trained instructors, the life guards give courses in senior and junior life saving and
teach youngsters the proper techniques in swimming and water safety. Often the guards are called upon by company commanders
to teach survival swimming to their troops. Shown in the water are, left to .right; Instructor, Sp3 Michael Shea, Pfc. Richard
'Sanderson holding Pfc. David Sigler. v .,- .,-'.-. .' n'; (U.S. Army Photoi

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SHOWING SPECIMENS from the Jungle Warfare Training Center Zoo at Fort Sherman are, left to right, MSgt. John Fisher,

holding the peccary; Kenneth Vinton; 1st Lt. George P. Long and Pfc. James LeFleur, holding the boa constrictor. The occasion

was lecture "given at 'the Balboa YMCA-USO by Instructors fr om the JWTC.

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Sherman Zod to" ah audicnceaVthe Balboa' YMCA-TJSTrThe" JWTC" presented "a" lecture anddcmtmstratlorr ai'part'of' the Out-'j

door Science Series being conducted by the "Y."

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By CSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA S;rvict

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North East South Wett
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4 V Pas 4N.T. Pass
5 V Pas 5N.T. Pass
7 N.J. Pass Pass Pass
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My old friend J. EriwiH Mnr.

row of Joplin writes: "Here is a

band that may interest you.
'It was played in a Joplin dup duplicate
licate duplicate and at at tahlpt Nnrth nnnn.

ed with a two hea t bid and East

overcailea witn two spades. South
usualv bid trren rlnh whspai innn

North checked for aces and kings
and eventually bid: six no-trump
since he could count 12 tricks only.-':
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'When Mrs. Morrow t SAnth

she chose to pas over East's two

spaae mg. i nad committed us
to game and she wanted to see
what my next big would be.
v'When I jumped to four hearts
she checked for aces and then for
kings.- Now I did a little count counting.
ing. counting. Ha flv nn-t.rumn h(H horf

guaranteed that we held all four

aces as sne never checks for
kings when-' we miss an ace. I

counted 10 tricks in mv hanH

plus her two aces for a toal of

it. it looKea as u there should be
some nlav or other -for th omnH

siam ana i am an overmdder any anyway
way anyway so I went the; whole hog and
bid the grand, slam in no-.trump.
'Eve vthinir iwnrkort -mt; in

West opened the eight of spades.
Mrs. Morrow was careful to play

tne aeuce trom my nand so as to
retain the- jack as a possible
squeeze, card. Then she ran my
10 red cards and since East held
king-queen in both black suits he
was squeezed and the grand slam
made.' (
Avery interesting hand indeed
and not so much of an overbid.
Anytime you can' count 12 i top
tricks there is likely to be p et-

ly gooa piay lor tne 13.

Q The bidding has been: ;
North .East South West
IV,. Double .44 pa
Pass 4 4 t
You, South, hold:
4A K763 Q(3t Alt
' What do you dd? t ,
7 A Pass. Your partner will
have s chance to act and you
have 'told your whole story at
your last bid. v
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South West
1 V Double ?
You South hnlrl-

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Vj;jAnwer Monday 1

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FIRE DEMONSTRATION Miss Maureen KesJer, civilian employe of the US. 'Army Carlb--baen
Signal Section, took an active part hij a fire-fighting demonstration-conducted by fire
inspectors Grady Galley and John Balschun 61 the Fort Clayton fire prevention branchl Many
Signal Corps military and civilian personnel participated in a recent series of classes con-5
ducted to teach correcttechniques and procedures, for combating fires with the various types
of extinguishers used bv the Armv. (U.S. Armv Photo) v ,. : - vr

Public Relations
Director Named..
Bv Parke Davis

The atJDolntment of Roberto El

lis jr., as airecior or puuuc reia.
tions at tbe Colon Free Zon
branch of the Parke Davis, phar

maceutical manufacturing compa

ny, waa announced 'today by J

J, Williams general manger.; V
Ellis has been emVoyed as an

pfficial v of the fomoany Inge
1P52., He is i wellknown ; in 'Colon
where ; he has held various eov.

ernment posts. ' ;'.
Williams iemphaf'ed that crea
tion of the new p.' t is a direct
result of the- growing Imoortance
of the Free ZZone branch as a

for many, a-

distribution cen'pr

reas of the world.

CZJC Grad Awarded

$16,500 Grant

By Science Group

Dr. John Hewer, a graduate of
Balboa High School of the Class

of 1945 and of the Canal 2 one
Junior College, Class of 1950, who
is now assistant, professor of geo.
lop" at Montana State University,
M' mla, recently, received a $16,-
500 erant from thn Natinnal fioi.

ence Foundation for a 2-vear 'u

ay of glauconite, according to

word recently received by the
Junior. College. -'4.,
? Glauconite is a mineral that h

useiui in on-field correlation! work

nq m me siuay ot mi formation
It is also the only mineral in sed
imentar rocks nn uhlrh r;

. lauiu.
active dating procedures may be

U"'l. ; :: i(.,-.,--.. ,,Wj: v..
The research project will prob probably
ably probably take at least two v ears,
Hower said. Much of the mon mon-ev
ev mon-ev V'iU be ii od for eqninment to
supnlement the X,ray laboratory
in the eeolo"" denartment. Th e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment will belons to the Uni
v;rsjty after the project is finish finish-ed.
ed. finish-ed. , ,
, Hower was enrolled In the Ca
ioJb'I.2011? .Junior Cd,,e J"

t tvhich i times he servei In the Na

transferred fn Svrnnc tti.....i

ty where he took hi, b?ccalaii-
f,eetee ,n geoohvi'ei in
1954. F"r he was rti the
nonor fraterP'Hes 6f Phf B ft t
rrmn unrt Si"m XI. He too't
M master's djree later in the
?me vest- in Wa shin "ton TTnlveK
sity.. St. Louis, and his doctoral
th same J'nsHutlon (n 1955
Th tiM his HlACArt fttirttt mail I

"ru. FWatW of TTew Mtal
C?tioris bv Some Clav Minerals
Fowfer w p rerrh en"lhper
In tne 0olo"icM p"rach Action
of Stp-n'fnd V i orch Center
in Tulsa; Okla., for two yeSr b".
r"re he ioined the Montana state
University faculty in 1957..
v In th Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College Hower was a member of
thf football, baseball, and basket
ball team and as a sonhomofe
was ireiiHent of the student
sociationi He w.g uradnated with
nigh honors, t-1 i vrffe ft the for former
mer former Josnn Therrll, dau"hter 0f
tr. jnd .'. Mr. :;; W. T. Therrell,
Curundu, C. A. :-v..;s;v
She wi ifradusd from ': t h e
Junior College w'th schofrhip
ho"or in 19?n. Hower' -tber,
John flower. Sr.; a fomer Marine
eneinpr who resided in Onmbot
retire'' from the Canal service in
1953. He and .Mrs. Hower a r c

now livinfl in Fairhope, Ala.

WAIT! COMING SOON.

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MASONIC

Bridges Predicts Congress Will Pass
Mild Version Of Ike's Pentagon Plan

Styles Bridges (R-N.H.) predicted

yesterday, that Congress will pats

a' "watered down" -version

President Eisenhower's

reorganization plan. -

ber of the Senate Armed Services

Committee, said he expected the

House to start revising tne plan
after the hearings, of. its Armed
Services Committee which begin

tomorrow. Defense Secretary Neil

11. McE-roy will be the first wit wit-neSS.
neSS. wit-neSS. a,.. '"-'-!.:.; b.' ;V:
Rrirtoba said h PYnpptn1 (he

Senate to bass its own revised

version of a military reorganiza.
tion bill. ';'"- 'y
' Me nrirHrt.i(V thfi final mposiTre

would include many of the objec objec-tives
tives objec-tives and features of the Presi

dent's proposal. ;; f ;

would include a more direct chain

of command in the. armed serv.

ices, more unified. commands In
t.hp fiplit n prant nf mnr' nnunr

to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a Vote

tor the i cnairman ; ot thB joint
chiefs, asd a certain amount of
oa eat.

retary over defense funds.

i ant images, chairman or the
Senate; GOP Policy ? Committee,
indicated hp hplipvprf ; Cnnprpss

would rejest the President's plan
to give more authority to the de.
fense secretary and to permit

him t(t trnn!rr fnnH-from .am

military agency to another.

jvieanwnue, tne cp-sponsor of

alternate plan, discussed the yar

ious miuiary reorganization pro.
nosals in an infprvipw anri nn fhb 1

of1 ABC television tirnffram -."CnlWo i

military! News Conference.". 1

Meanwhile, the d-sponsor of
his plsn, Sen. Mike Mansfield, (D,1
Mont.)j said in -a '.statement the
need for-changes in the military j
establishment was "very appar-l
ent .
But he urged that "we not be,
swpnt, off nnr fppt. hv th. pnn I

hcerted campaign now underway"!

io pusn me rresiaents plan. The!
President has served notice that I
he intends to wage an all-out
campaign for his 'proposals, t I
The President's plan was heart. I
ily endorsed by Sen. Charles E.
Pott?r' (B-Mich.). He laso said
there was no greater Vprestige"
issue, before the people than na.
tional security. ,
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.),
a member of the Armed Services
Committee, .agreed with the Pres.
dent's general philosophy of
command responsibility." He
withheld final judgment n the
administration bill, but said hp

thought its philosophy would be
approved by Congress.
Rep Kenneth B. Keating (It.
N.Y.). predicted that "in the end

the President will get the meat!
of what'h sought."' He said he I
expected the President to. fight i
for his plan' "with both fists all!
the way;,!-end before thefight i
over "I suspect a few heads will
roll."'' I,

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The final of the Chrysler-Plymouth Brook Brookline
line Brookline tournament at the Brazos Brook Country Club
produced some excellent golf yesterday. It was a
31arine Division affair as the contestants were all
Canal pilots.,

Captains Arthur Logan and
Wallace finally ;won a
hard-fought match 2-up 'over
Captains Peter Duncan and
Frank McGliberry.
,The losers shot the lowest
score of the tournament with a
two-over par 74 but they had
2 to concede ten strokes to the
eventual winners who also
' played a brand of golf well
below their established handl handlLogan
Logan handlLogan and Wallace started
as though they wanted to fin fin.
. fin. ish things in a hurry and' at
' the end of six holes they were
four-up. Then Dlineati and Mc McGilberry
Gilberry McGilberry down and started
some 'fireworks of their own.
In a relentless recovery march
they birdied Nos, 9, 12 and 13
end on No. 14 tee the match
" was again all even.
However, they alipped up on
No. 14 where they had a oOgey
to go one down and although
they t parred 15 it was not
' enough as they had to con con.
. con. cede a stroke to their ?ppo ?pponents'
nents' ?pponents' par and so they were
two down and three to play.
, No. 16 ,was halyed ooth
sides taking bogeys. On NC. 17
- Duncan hit his tee shot four
feet northwest of the hole and
McGilberry sank the putt for

By ?RED

NEW YORK, Aprd 21 (VP) ...-
Stan Mush Land Ted Williams are
sharing the headlines agaili todaY
--Musial because he's off to one
of his best starts and Willianis
bleausvhe's off to one of his
worst.

The 37-year old Musial Ana Ily
got the. S. Louis Cardinals into the
win column yesterday when he
knocked in four runs with a pair
of two-run homers in a 9-4 kyle kyletory
tory kyletory over the previously unbeat.
en Chicago Cubs. He's collected
10 bits, including four homers,
five games for a .435 average.
, The 30-year-old W 1 1 1 IS m s,
meanwhile went hitless In four
' trips es t4e Booston Red Sox,
suffered their fitth defeat in
aix gamesa 10-inning, 61 loss
' to the Washington Senators. Wil
Hams!, average is new an Ingle Ingleriot
riot Ingleriot .000 after seven futile at
' bats
, In other Major developments:
'rurley's four-hitter enabl enabled
ed enabled the New York Yankees to beat
, the Baltimore Orioles, 7-0, for their
fifth win in six games.
Robin- Roberta beat ,the
waukee Braves, 3-2, and equalled
Grver Cleveland Alexander's re.
, cord 'of 190 wtns by a Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillite pitcher. 4 7
-
,
Tour mori "Little League
homere"'-were tit in the contro controversial
versial controversial Los Angeles Coliseum as
the Giants butchered the Dodgers,
Distal softened up 3Im Brosnan,
who shut out the Cardinals on
, opening day, with a two-run horn.
er in the first Inning and 'blasted
another during the Cardinal's our
, run fifth-inning rally. Don Elasin Elasingame
game Elasingame had three hits for the,Car the,Cardinals
dinals the,Cardinals who had four istraight games
to the Cubs. '
Roy Sievers broke up the Boston-Washington
game when he hit
Murray Wairs first pitch in the
10th inning into the left field bleach
ers. Sievers also had a triple ant
a double and Norm Zauchin homer homered
ed homered for the Senators, who share se.,
cond place in the American League
xiith Kansas City.'
, Turley' walkid 110,1611 batter
110 struck out sight as he be became
came became the fourth Tankee'pitcher
to go ,the distance and the se
'veld te pitch a shoutout. Yankee
pitchers now have yielded a to.
tal ef eight runs and 37 hits In
ix games by far the best
pitching record In the majors

CAPITOLIOf
35e,, 20e.
THE HIRED GUN
THE INVISIBLE
with Richard Eyer

anmonomb 0 ommins

, ,
their fourth birdie, tvhich left
them only. one down. 1
, Both sides parred IsTo. 111 but
Logan and Wallace received a
stroke 'which earned them' the
match by a score of 2-1111. ,'
Logan and Wallice ,played
Consistently well throughout
t,he tournament and like most
sailers their approach work
wu outstanding and this phase
of their play contributed main mainly
ly mainly to their well, earned victory.
After the Match, the winners
and the losers with several
golfing friends and their ladies
gathered together, the,,-McOilberry
Borne for dinner. It
was then .that' Mac's friends
learned how he ', attained the
shape which has earned him
the sobriquet of "Porky Oliver."
Peter Duncan contributed to
the fun -of the evening in a
speech describing his difficul difficulties
ties difficulties in explaining to Mrs. Dun Duncan
can Duncan why he did not bring home
a Plymouth if he lost out on
ttie Chrysler.
The tournament committee
thankt Howard Finnigan,' gen general
eral general manager of M.' A. Powell,
S.A.,' Atlantic side agent, for
Chrysler-Plymouth, for his gen generosity
erosity generosity In arranging this most
popular event. ;

illiams

,
Norm Siebern hamered end Mie.
koy Mantle and Gil ,MeDougald
, had hvo hits seih for hejank hejanki
i hejanki oes.4 '. i AN i ti I
1 i
Roberts, neeking to rebound
from last year's 10122 ,,caepaign,
struck out lour, yielded five hits
and walked none in addition., tol
contributing three singles to the
Phillies' attack. The Braves scor scored
ed scored both their runs in the seventh
inning when Hank Aaron and Har Harry
ry Harry Hanebrink homered. Bob Rush
suffered the, Iota in bin firsi ap appearance
pearance appearance for the, 4orld champions.
Danny, O'Citinell hit two hom homers,
ers, homers, Daryl Spencer collected a
homer, double and single and Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays had a triple and -tw)
singles to lead ,the Giants' 15-hit
attack on Don Drysdale and two
successors. Ramon Monzant,- ka kayoed
yoed kayoed by the Dodgers laist Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, cattle back to pitch an eight eighthitter
hitter eighthitter and yield both Los Angeles
runs on a homer by' Carl Furillo.
The crowd 'of 4,234 made, a total
of 167,209 'for the three-gami se series,
ries, series, in the Coliseum.' ; i 1
The Pittsburgh'Pirates defeatel
the Cincinati Rediegs, 4-3, in thal
other National League game while
Kansas City dealt the Chicago
White Sox an 6-2 beatinuand the,
Cleveland Indians hit four homers
to down the Detroit Tigers, 4-2,
in other American League activity.-
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VOL1

Se. 20c.

' AIR:ROCK AND ;
ROLL
WittrAtan-Preed
- -
,
, SHORT CUT TO,
, HELL
with Robert Ivers

,
Rookie fisttrsoman R. C..' Ste Stevens,
vens, Stevens, who 'singled home thisPir thisPirotos'
otos' thisPirotos' winning run in their only
other victory this season, home home(NI
(NI home(NI off Willard Schmidt lo :the
ninth for tho docisivg blow yes.
torday. Tho' Rodlogs had tied
tho score in tho top 'of tho ,th
when Vida Pinson doubled and
scored from third on a sacrifice
fly by George Crowe.'
Tuttle and Billy Hunter hit
three-run homers for the Athletics,
who got fivetit pitching from Jack
Urban in handing the White Sox
their third loss Jn five games. In
contrast to the toltankees; White
Sox pitchers have been rocked for
27 runs and 57 hits in five games.
Chicago manager Al Lopez pre pretested
tested pretested 'the game,.on the bast.s of
an "interference play" In the
fourth inning, 1
Roger Maris, Rockey Colavits
Minnie Milloso and 'Rookie Dick
Brown bomered for ; the, Indians
off 20-game winne0 Jim Bunninl
of the Tigers. kay Narleskt wert
8 1.3 innings for the victory al although
though although strikeout Idng Herb Score
retired the list two batters in the
ninth.

,
V 1 CI 0 R 1,k,-
25cp
,, MONSTER THAT
CHALLENGED
' 'Als0:
THE ",
SIL .RKFIGHTERS,
with Victor Mature

PACIFIC LITPLE FARM LEAOCE CHAMPION'S Team' members an dthe manager of the champlo'n Mutual of Omaha club
of the Pacific LittleFarra League.' (Top row, left to right): Ron Harned, Scott Williams, John' Steiner, Jim ,Gangle, Bill
Garber and David- Zemer. (Bottom row, left to right): Ricky Williams, Leo Austin, Gary Vaucher, manager W. Schmidt, L.
ptntaine, Marty Harrington, Bill Schmidt and Steve Diamond. , ,

i

sown

" By J. J. HARRISON JR: '
Former feather eight chanipion
Federico Plummer ls the n
135-pound king today, althOugh the
scheduled 10-round fight he ,,, won
1
last night from Horacio Ottis at
the National Gym was strictly a
non-title affair,
Plummer, scored a mashing
ninthaound TKO victory ..over Ot.
tis,:who bad beeh lightweight mo monarch
narch monarch up to, last night.'',,
Apcordini)., to' the rules ,or' thei
National...Boxing, Association,7
which Panama is affiliated, a
challenger automatically becomes
champion of 'a' division,' if he
knocks out. the champion hi' io
noll-title bout, providing the chat-,
lenger ls within the official weight!
limit., I
The lightweight limit is 135
pounds end Plummer canie in 134-
1-2, to Ottis', 134 3-4; Even ff Ot Ottis
tis Ottis had made 36 pounds,' the li limit
mit limit each fighter had agreed up upon,
on, upon, hey would have lost his dia,
dem in the event he suffered a

Ottis taa boon dropped f r
an aytomatic eight-count early
,,in,thw third haat but he came
' roaring back to sold' his oppo opponent
nent opponent to tho 'canvas'', near
, ond of tho same stanza.
From 'there on, and up-to the
seventh, the erstwhile champ had
a clear inivantige as he, forret
the fight 'while landing telling
blows and out-boxing his rival.
(But with 'just seconds to go to
eighth, the tide changed. An ex explosive
plosive explosive right to the ,jaw felled Ot OtJilt
Jilt OtJilt and as he sIUMped to the,
floor, evidently v e r t:, bad
shape, the bell rang ending the
1ound. ,

Ha'litia lifted to his corner and
while his handlers worked fever feverishly
ishly feverishly In 'a futile attempt to revive
hiM, many' ringsiderp doubted thRi
he would meet .the bell' tor the,
ninth round.. .4

When the- go'ng -80unded,' a 'daz 'dazed
ed 'dazed Ottis, his reflexes' almost com completely
pletely completely gone, sat on his stool, un unable
able unable to move. ,
Aftor- roferao Roselle Pinson
countod ,,, to throe, Horacio's
seconds, who wore probably tho
only spectators prosont who slid
not realize that it wrs' curtains
kr. the', hurt and bewildered
bosor, shoved him out as a
murdsrous ,Plummor waited in
tho corner of his haploss' riVai.
right cross, caught 'Ottis on
the daw sind he went down. When
he got up, a long left hand slash slashed
ed slashed out- and connected, again lo
the jaw, and, he sank for the sec sec9nd
9nd sec9nd time,
Pinzon, ,then raised Plummer's
hand in victory, thus mercifully
putting ,an, end, to the slaughter,
at 30 seconds of the stanza..
' In the other 10-round co-feature
Enrique Peres, 131 1-2, gained' a
split verdict over Rodolto Francis,
123 3-4 in an interesting battle.
, Baby Fenghe, 120 1-2, kayoed

, R 0 :q"'
35e. tec.

NI PASSAGE4,
with James Stewart
Also:
'
SUM CARTER
with Julie

Ey ,JOE FEATHERSTON
Bouncing back from a resound; 1
ing 9-2 ,setback' at the hands of
the Fort Kobbe Regulars on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night,, the Panama Area
Armed Forces' League All Stars
downed the Regulars 7,3 Sunday
tight to win the American Legion
sponsored series in support of I
'Boys' State;' two games to one.
'Sunday- night's game was close
throughout with the, All Stars 1
managing to add iniurance runs
in the seventh and eighth innings
to assure the win.
Run number four,- the actual
winning tally, crossed the- plate
in the sixth inning in the person,
of Walt, Sauerbrun, All,Star rightfielder.-Sauerbrun
doubled to deep 1
rightfield and ,came in on a sin- 1
gle ky, first. baseman, Frank Loco,
vich.
' The All-Stars, held' scoreless 'On
only one hit over, the first three
innings, picked up two runs in
the fourth, one in the fifth, one
, each 'in 'the 4ixth and seventh
Slid two nfore in..'the' eighth
nine .,to Vrill) up the ball game.
Fort Kobbe's runs came nn
lone- tallies in' the fourth,' ; sixth
anli -seventh stanzas.

Second b4eman Jim Gregory,
catcher Manuel I,opez, righfield righfielder
er righfielder Walt Sauerbrun and pitcher
WilYne Tolbert collected '.two hits
gpiece for the iinners.
' Second -baseman Bill g 3tidgeA,

i

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'. ',.'.2,'' ',.,. 2 -.1 ',. ',4''-',. 1 Bidbint,, High. Sc -130'0P...opened th'el
tars-:- 'core i
s
,.,. Intascholastici, basketball season
by upending the defending champs
' from J.C. 61-44. Roy Culbrethpac Culbrethpac,,
,, Culbrethpac,, ,fr -, ,p'-' '.. ';'... ':, ed the attack for the winners with
.
tgo; ,, n'. ' '... ' ' ' ''',. 2r4y PAciienxtsaix;hri.lwe ahsisdotienagmsmomate! Finae Finae11
11 Finae11 r rsi
c ure:-, rebound -work and defensive 'plaA
:. These, were the bright lights for
- i .. .' ', ,, ,, - the victorious Sulldogisi while Don
, ,... ,. ...
, ' ,. -i ''', -" Alexander- was almost the entire
' ' show for J.C.-He scored,20 points
1
e.,, mainly ,by his ability to hit from
, ,- the free throw line where he rack.
, t i, .0 ItIai 'ol"-' I ed 'up ,10 of his pointe, ,',1-4,. '" ,,,,
'.......ti,',,'-rt t's ai",:',,,,,, ' BHS Mas never,.,behied during
t, r. '', the gatite, although the Green De-,
StOckstill to rice all the way' t), vils tied the game ,at 32 allmid.
third base were the 'big blows ..t1 tio in thethird auarter7This seem
the' inning. ' r , I ed to spur the high schooleri into
. First baseman, Cal Edghill, action, for from that point on they
pitcher, Keith Williamson, center began to pull away and by- the
fielder GaryDavls,'rapscott ant tniddle of the fourth quarter then
Stockstill each banged 'out ,tw ) was little doubt about the final
hits for the winners. Vi.' v.: : : I OUt Cl!$110 .,,., '4.' it ,', 1.,::,, .11
Shortstoo Mike Rivera and first ,,, The Bulldogs jumped off to a
'baseman Manning Weaver paced nine point lead right from the start
i
the losers with two ,safette3 each but ,once the J.C, defense settled
, Williamson' went the route 'Jo: down they ,,pulled up to within 6
i
the Regulars, giving' up only sev- points of the ladders and, that was
en 'hits and four bases on- bill; about ,the distance until they ,tied
4nd' striking out seven to -get. the it up in the third, quarter, , ,'
Win. S(,ttlfritzt who waS relieved ;As long as Jim' Selby could' Con'
by Dies Greenfield in the sev rol the boards for J.C. they were
enth, inning, WaS charged with intusiness; Alexander would quick
, t.he,' setback, ,,. -; -, w break,' take a long pais from Ser
.
' - ' by iand have a bucket before the
P ' 4' 1- high', school eettici, ', get Iet,, This
apania City Tept worked fine in the first half; but
- ,u ,, -lit the second half Selby lost eon eon:,
:, eon:, trot, of the boards ,to a couple of
.1111 ,. jumping jacks 'from BHS-'. Gary
Take' Lead In Or.
, 4,,.,-. Alexander 'and. Roy Culbreth. This
Tennis.Tournment ., just ,about ended any serious -,J.0
,' scoring threatt, for,Don -Alexander
.,-, ,. ., , ..- , ,,,, '' Wwiatah,thiten'yo. iidlye:greenee. owfhoc000nsuiskitenhicyt
' Panama City teams inok the
l'Pa AVPf (Ann in thn nnan tAnnle f1:34.-4! front' the' Outsidef and the

'Panama City teams took the
lead over Colon in,the open tennis

-.,. .... ,,.. ...al., vw.oluVr Clinl. UM
- A .,..," 'Tics" my LUC VIM game. lean over union tnjh open tennis!
1 Bulldo'ft, plaed him pretty tightH
Fort Kobbe's runs CaTrie on toutnament inaugurated on Satur-F As the Bulldog 'defences began
lone- tallies in- the fourth,, ; sixth day afternoon at the OlYmPfe Pod to',,,horasp,,, the J.c. player's with.,
and -seventh stanzas. ,," '' I here, . ',, 1 any ,thing front a full court,. to a
- Second baSeman Jim Gregor, Panama won four victorrs
catcher Manuel 1,opez, righfield- gainst only one for Colon, .' s a.' half courtprese; the Devils scor.,
, Jog ,got progressively dimmer,' In
er Walt Sauerbrun and 4 pitcher ---Juan Fernandez (Bob :Johns, the fourth quarter ,they went .-L 3
Wayne Tolbert collected ':two hits of ,.; ptoonia,- defeated Ilinds-Talt minutes add,51 seconds before theyl
apiece for the ,Winners. by, default. Angel Delvalle ,, K--,14 coidd scoreg, and during this. time
, Second -baseman Bill g 3rldge,g, Omphroy also defeated Charris the iBulidogs were steadily ocuog
'be- on ,time. "- ,junior College Will Il. to got
leftfielder, Bill Dudley -and right- HenriqueZ, when 'the lattet,, s.ent to their total. ss ., -, 1.ys,,'-', s-,
fielder-manager Gene Tapscet watd they 'would pot
paced' the Regular,s with' two hits for the match, .f ',. ,'.' . beck on' tho winning track to
apiece-, -' 't,,, ;,,v, ,-,,,, Sunday morning. Ramon RAT. 1 night then they take ...It the
All-Star southpaw Wayne T n 1- rez Eloy, Sanchez gave the tpt Athletic Club five- ,The game
bert 'went the route,- allowing nine victory on,, the court to Panama, wilt be played at' the Balboa
scattered Jhits, walking, three-and when they, defeated. Zebede-ilunn Gym and wilt start at 7 p.m.,
' Tomorrow the' Bulldogs will test
strildng out seveq tO pick, up, the 6-2,, 6-3, and Carl Benjamin gave
win. ., , ,,- .' '' s, "s- tICOIOn its' onir tory ,yheit the their game iagainst the Cristobal
Tom Tghelan pitched '7.2-3 in-i easily Piki ,Sierra,,, -,Tott Savave Tiimr2 2t ha litt..,,,..u. ....

1 ligers, at tne
ning for Kobbe ,end was eharg- dra 6-0, 64- Loney,' 21,- defeatell pr Ottlinitx
..1 t A

----- m -- -,--,, 4,, ., 4 .t:avy .4.1-4 UCLCa Lryi
ed ith the loss. Doug Norton re- et-champion ;ulio Pinilla lastyear
,
lieved him in the eighth. inning: in a tournannt,,,at Hotel El Fa..
1
Fort .Cobbe's PAAF e ham co s, roma' Hilton. r -- :
demonstrated their explosive poi In the mein rotilteb of the week weektential
tential weektential In the seventh inning of' end, Saverio 1311elti ', and George
Saturday gnis.ht's same, bv send D. Maduro (sponsor of the tour.
inS' !seven rtinners across the nement) playe,d good tennis ,with
olate bv virtue of five- hit Anvi 'etrategY; attack and placement,
1
two errors to break oven a cloel, to beat Bud $troon 4, Richard Pin PinSame
Same PinSame and pull away, to an easy cur(tfrom Cttstobak, and, Balboa,
9-2 win. l , ,. ,,, -8-6,, 6-2.-0, ,' ',,v: -:,
Little Joe Schufritz, Sounky All. : Saturday ifternoon, at the Cris CrisStar
Star CrisStar hurler, went into the fateful tobal court,1Colon, 'Arthur Harp Harpseventh
seventh Harpseventh canto with a 2-1 lead and et defeated tercich, Wachtel ,in
had allowed only three scattered ,tt hatd fought watch 16-14 and 6-4.
, .. ., ,,
hits while striking out nine bat.' "." s :
ters. Then ,the roof fell Iny , ., ., ,..,..,,
A 'double by tishtfielder Gene '-, '' .:' ,-' .
rtapscotti, and a 'long blast' thRt : : -L, .,.:.:.:::....,...,-
caromed off : the rightfielder's ,,. ::::..i::::::, ? .", ,'
glove allowing ihortstop L at r y ,',':,- .:..: tZst ''':.iiii:.:i. ,"-.
- .----,:- .,----- ,, -. o. i, .::.:::::::,:
1 A ,-
Jose Rivas,' 126 1-2; in 2:18' of the 4 It ,' .0; v .. i
-,),41...0,.
second heat of a scheduled aix- ,' .., 4 V, '
. ... .
round semi-finaL Rival who fought :.:,..,:it ilip,,, --: t ,.,.
as, a Aubstitute for Basilio Wit- , -::i:.,!,,. Alotel
Hams, was downed, in the first ,;"- '''':. (Fn. ..'--,
but he 'retaliated 1)r sending his .-"; :', '" viZog
foe to the floor in the ,,aame ,',,' ', ', 409, .-
rmind. The abbreviatM scr ap ', , &let 0 :-
via Clbrilling-whild-lt- la sted:" '-'4""-71"-"'' rbaor ---r--0;
Ellgio Pontiles, 112 1-4 TKO'ed ., ; ,.. i .' gomweg : ,; ,,
Felix Martinez, 112, in th last : :' ,, 'iris :
1., ksi
chapter Ce a scheduled thre e- ,-, "-k i '.1"114",
rounder, which a special amateur , . ,
ctirtain relict'. ,,'

the iBulidogs were stetaly ;ddieg
to their total. s'
'- 'Junior Cot lege will ,.tryi to get
back on' tho winning track to
night then they take on the
Athletic Club five. :The game
will be played at the Balboa
Gym and will, start ot 7 p.m."
Tomorrow the' Bulldogs will test
their game iagaiust the Cristobal
Tigers at the Margarita gym. Att Atter
er Atter a couple of years out ,of the
basketball limelight, the TigerS
are reportedly the team to beat
for the 1958 baskethall title.
bok Score: '

Name
Cunningham
Cnibreth- :
Alexander
Barbara''' '
Nahmad
Womble
Lagassie

Name ;
Cody
Selby ".
Sour lock 1::
Alexander
Bauman ",
Arango
,

TODAY ; ENCANTO ;35-1C
Robert Mitchum ,in
--,;40.,PENEIVIL BELOW!,
CinemaScope IS; Colin
'Walter Brennan in
"GOD IS MIC PARTNER"

,
.NATIONAL LEAGUE
. W L Pct. GB
Chicago 1 .800
San Francisco 4 .2 667 1,i
Milwaukee 3 2 .600 1
Cincinnati- 4 2 : 2 .500 112
Philadelphia 2 2 .500 112
Pittsburgh 2 3 .400 212
Los 'Angeles Z 4 .233
St. Loin 1 4 .200 3
-
' Today's Games
' Cincinnati, at Philadelphia (N)
' Milwaukee at ,,Pittsburgh (N)
Only games scheduled ;
' Yesterday's Risults
Milwaukee :' 000 000 goo-2 0
Philadelphia '..002 000 104-4 $7 1
Trowbridge, Conley, Rush ,(0,-1,),
MeMahon and Crandall. : 1,
Philadelphia:, Roberts (1-0) and
Lopata..
St. Louis 202 041 000,4 8 1
Chicago 003 000-100-4 ..7 0
,Wehmeier, Marlin (40,, Clark
and 11.,,
Brosnan (1-1y, Phillips, Nichols,1
Lown, Fodge an4 N'eeman.
Clocinnati 000 Q02' 001:--3 12 1
Pittsburgh 000 101 011-4 11 0
Nuxhall, Schmidt (0-I) and Bal.
, Friend 11-0) and Foilei.
San Fran.'' 001 411 032-12 15 0
Los Angeles 000 200 000. 2, 8 4
,
Monzant (1,11 and Thomas.'
Drysdale 0:21( Beasent, Labine
and Roseboro., , ",

61-ir (61) : L
Y FT TP. PF
I '..41 2
9 6 24
3 '8 14 ,3
;11'7 : ;.,; 1 0 .2:5
; : 0 0 ,0 3
, 0,0 0 0
.. 0 0 0' 0
.

,JC (44)
FG FT:TP PF
a 3 1 3
2 1 5 2
" 5 10 20' 4
,,
'' 2 1- 5 4
,', 0 1 .1'0

The Minor League' All. StarS
Yesterday defeated Grace Lin& 10-
8 to win the ,2-out-o13 series:The
All Stars -W011 by coilecting, ten
runs on 11. base ,hilt while Grace
Line got 8 runs on 7 base
Ray started for the 'All Stars,'
buti he didn't., seem .to have1 his
stuf1 as le gave up ,ii-frurts OR 4
base hits and 3 ,base En balls. Lit Little
tle Little came ,in to Telievewrtb 2 out
and' 2., men onbt,se--, struck
out the next batter anti -got anoth another
er another on at) ,atternpted, steal 1)1 home.
From then on, he pitched 'superb
ball giving up 3 unearned-runs on
3 .scattered base hit while ;Strik ;Striking
ing ;Striking out 11.during the 3 22 innings
he pitthed, :
.

Grace Line started'ouf big, scor
ing 5 runs; in the first inning,on
3 base ou 'bails, 4' stolen basel5
and singles by De La Pena, Grif,
fith,-Austin. and Moroe. They were
theh held scoreless until,they scor scored
ed scored 3 'runs in the fourth on a sin single
gle single by,14 Stabler, a hit batsman,
a long'double to right' by 'Griffith
and a wild pitch.c Other- Grace
Line ,hits,were, a single' by Grif-,
fithIn! the second and a
by De La Pena in tbe
,The ,All .Stars scame.back with
-runs in the bottom of the first
on' three straight singlo by, Vauch
er,,,Van Loom, feldt, and a double
down the. left field line by stars.
They scored 2 in the third ,on
, Singles, by Feldt arid Sears, a walk
and a fiellier's choice.. Their big
inning, was the fourth when they
scoreth..5 run on a hit' .bailstnan,
a fielder's' choice. singles by Van
Loom, Feldt,, and Romero- and a
ground rule fdouble by Little.
The' honors., for the All Star-series
games were 41,10110Ws:'
Ratting! ' -
;.1, Van LOOM, 1 hiti for 10, tries
for an-,800 pct. : ,
.111-fitil,', hits for 10 tries
for a-,.700 pct. .4
3. Feldt, 6 hits for 11 tries tor
a .545 pet' ,'
- Runs and' total bases: Feldt
with ,7 runs and 34 total bises.

i

AMERICAN,LEAGUE
- W Pct. G3
New York s 3 1 ..833
Washington 2 .600 11,4'1'
Kansas City 3 2 .600 1.14,
Cleveland 3,3 4.500 2,
Detroit , 3 3 ;500 2
Chicago 2 3' .400 214
Baltimore '2 a ...400 212 ;
Boston S' .167 4 0, t
t "' 'Today's Games
Chicago at Detroit 't
Boston at New York'
' Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
- Baltimore at Washington (N),

- -Yoitorday Results
13altimOre : t ;,.000 000 0002-0 4' I 7
New York '000 113 200-7 8 01
',Johnson. (0-1), Lehman, Portoca,
rePro .and Iriandos. ,';- ; !! IP 1
.111rley ind 'Berra.
Cleveland 010 100 011-4 '7 1
Detroit ; -', 000 002 090-2 6
'4.1Narleski .11-1)- Score' and Nix NixBrown.
Brown. NixBrown. -,' :
,Bunning n and
Thompson.
-
, 000 000 002-2,
Kansas City,: 003 310 01x-6 9. 3
Fischer o-1), McDonald, Kee.
gan,, Rudolph and A,ollar.
Vrken (1-0) knd Chiti.
i3oston ,, 011 002'010 0-5, 9. 0
Wash. -113 000 000 1-6 12
, F; Sullivan. Susce,
(0-1) ,and White,',. Daley..,-. ,
'Pascual Hyde, Byerly. 0-1) and:.t
White Daley ' 'r
- Pascual, Hyde, Byerly (1A) :and

Stolen bases: 1. Van Loom. O.-
2. Griffith S... :,
Strikeouts!,,1. Van :Loom',
2. Griffith' 5. 3. Little 1.
, 11,33.1.! Van Loom 8
Griffith 6-, 8., , ,;
Both Van Loom of the AIL, Sirs
and Griffith of the Grace Line were
outstanding lit battinv,aa:! welt arbr,11
pitching 4 4
, 411 the, boys 'participating', pia y.,
ed a very good series and are
thanked for- their help- and coope--
ration. There is one game' left to
play now, and that is a game be
tweent' Grace Line, champions of
the, Minor League.'"and Mutual of
Omaha,' champions of the 'Farm
League. 'Tbis game will be held
at the Little League Park' at ,4:30
today. , ,,,,,
'The box score:
,

-
Playar:' ,'
De La Pins
L.- Stabler- -,-,-
Richardsort
Griffith. .;:
Stabler
Hughes ''
13issel
,
L. Austpt ;,
Morse
Doublas ;,
Totals :4.
Plaee'
,Chadd
'Osborne'
Vaueher:..:1'
Pope ;.,
Van' :Loom;
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, -"--:-:-- -- Cincinnati-- ---,' ::''4- 2 : 2 .500 13,42 Cleveland ,,..,-- 3 3 500 2--. .':1 '' 's---
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f the Pacific Little ,Farrti League. '-r--(Top row, left to right): Ron, Harned,- Sett :Wi : ansas, City..." 003 310 Olx-11 9 3 e:'4-!t:
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'.; score of the tournament witn a Logan KL11.1 17 u UV ..7 .-.,,.:.:?....;.::'.::::,:' .:::::.',.,,.:::...h':;.:.. i::::p::-:::,.::.......::.:: .....:. ..::;:.: ::.,:::',.::':.. .. ::::::.f,::',.::::,!:.',.:.,:::::::::,:.- :!':::::..:::::. ,,,.;,..,,,, .:...:::::..,::::,:::.::.: St. LOtr.4 ,.. 1.... 4 .200 '",3 Boston ' ---
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1 ., ,'-, to concede ten strokes to the t,he tournament and like most -' -,e,:',,i---;;...::.:',Wt.:,:...::: ... .i...1'.?"';',::::,.I,
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' ''- I ed a brand of golf well was outstanding and this psi e.: :,....,:.:,...g.:::..i,,..:,.::,-..::.::--.....:.,:.......: :.:,............:.:,..::v;::.-:.....,-:,.::A.,....:: ........... ..),.., .-::...i......,:,.:....,-..: .::-.:::.:.:,;.,,Jii:,..:.,.........:::...i.::::::...:,.....::11,.. -,.-::::.::.:, ....:...:.:....:: ....::......:.....:..... ...:.:............:,..... ........;...::....,.. ... .:.................
i ,- P ai' milwausee at :xittsburgh .(N) , Boston at Ne'
uted main- .- ,....,:,.,:."-",:::,.::-.:.;?;.::,...g,....,:......,,....:,,.h;:.:.-. ,..,if,::.,5,i-..,...--.::.-.,.......i,,..,...,.....:..,:.,,.,:.-.,,... ..?...::..:..,,,,......,..i.,ii......:.....,,:,............:,...:,:.:........::... ...... ..... ......:.:..:........::., .7, ..:,?......:.;:...:. i.....::".......... .....4 ... ...
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Logan and Wailace ; started After. the Match, the winners ;v... .i..:iii.::.::::,,......,-:,:,.??.,,i,...;,:.:::,:u.,$ , ,.:::::.::::.:.:...,:::::,.::.:::::::,: .i, ::. ..:.: :. ::.:::::,:,,::-.::::,::.....::::,..::.:::::,:.:.,,,..,::.::,,,,:,..,:.;:,,?,:,,,:::::: ,,,:,. ,,:,::,:,.:,,,,,::::::.:,...::.::!,,,,,:,,,,:c,..:.1 .. ilt.k.,:.:,,:,,,,,,',,,,-, -,, -,...,,..,,. ,10. .,..,..- ..::., t4----
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, as though they wanted to fin- and '. the: losers : Milwaukee ,--'' 000 000 goo-2-, 8 0 ,-,-'-,';--- ,','',; -eStarda
;... Ish t,nings in a hurry and! at goiting friends and their ladies tj '' '';'''''''''-"''''.9"'''4:4;.,::$: .. 1,1ig,:l..1.1,1 .:-:', '''..! -'-';''''':'''.:. :-.--'''''?,::'''.- -.:.:1'1.'--.:.-...-:-'''.,'.:''-''''',,,,:,::,',:':''-'-: -'--"'',1.'14..." !!'-'-',-:,'-,"-,:-,.-.,:,.:1, I- --.:,,:-.:,::,'-,'''''':',-,.-!:':-. --:,1'::-':.----;,-; ,,,,i:,"':::.:7:,,.,-.....,,,,. Philadelphia ?..-.002 000 104-4.",i',1 saltiniore :,. t ., ,0
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'' '-' the end of six holes they were gathered Aogethen at Ahe,-Mc- .,',-..,,
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' four-up.- Then Duncatt and Mc- Gilberry -.: llomi,.-1 for dinner.. 'y It ,,:,.
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, some fireworks of ; their Own. learned how he ', attained the ,
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feet northwest of the hole and trosity In arranging this most
Plummer 1(0's 111-1b Whip' s Vetencling Lhamp
McGilberry sank the putt for popular event. , , . :

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P g .,. ... . .- from LC.' 61-44. Roy Culbreth,pac- o in. minor Leag f.
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last night from Horacio Ottis at --. e.- 7; ---',.-, 2- . .- '''''' ,-., ',:', 24 points, while his teammate 9,a- .., ; : ., ,I. ,...,-. I ,.. ,.., 3,. .,. , ... :.:'; ,, .... ,,,, '''. ,''', '-.;.1,4
'-, ,, the, National Gym was strictly a ,.. ..., -ry Alexander- was doing some fine , ,. ., .. ,, ,,: -7-- 0 7 , ,,.. ,i.., ..- 4,, ,) ,....- ,., ...c, ,,, ,1
. .', -:-. ., .--: :: .i non-title affair. '
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1' ''w : ICtOrY 0 ,ap ure-,: rebound -work, and defensive 'plaY. The Minor League' All; ': StarS Stolen 'bases.. 1.: Van Li) '. '''.11'.. '','
': ' I', ' ,. ' 17 -- : ' ' Plummer, scored a ,amasbing , .. .,', : These, were the bright lights for yesterday defeated Grace Line- 10- 2 G 'fftir wri --- .' ''
, Ot- ,,,,, : - , - i -. ', ,,,,,, -, ". the victnrious Sun o while P011 8 to win the 2-out-of,3 series The Stri 4
' By FRED DOWN ,- Norm Siehern hemerett and Mic., ninthaound TKO:victory -over .... , r. ,... i .. ...., .. ,....., .. .... ,. ... i ... ,. gt9 , ,, keouts-,... 1. Van Loom '-- ti ', "'.','
' key Mantle and Gil .MeDeugaid tis,:wbo bad beenlightweight me- ,. ,t.,., ., ...,. , ,. .. , 1 Alexander was airest, the entire An stars -won by collecting, i ten 2.. Griffith',- 5, 3. Little 11 A '.,
. NEW :YORK, April ight' -'
21: (UP) .- had hve hits sash frihe,Yank- narch :up to, last n , ,:..- show for J.C.-He scored-20 ,points runs lin 11..base .hilt while Graces 11-B-1-'1 i,:' Van ,Loom. ;,i-, 8. 2 .'
1 Stan MusiaLand Ted Williams are ess.4 ., i '',,A I; i 0 According,, to' the ruleS et- theti ene ''
s a ns -,,., o e-:,: mainly ,,by his ability to hit, from Line got 8 runs on 7 base Iiits. t'' Griffith 6.- 6..', ; -., ,, .,,; .,,. A. ,,,'
haring the headlines again 'today ,, ,,
, s , .. ,,,,ii,,,,s,S VI) Nattonal,Boxing Association,7 Ny104 .. , , .., - ,,,, -. , . .
. ,,. the free throw.line where he rack- Ray started for the 'All Stirs,' ,: Both Vaw.Loom' of the AIL sir's ,Lio' I
' I because he's off to one Roberta, aieeking ", to rebound which Panama is :affiliated, a ., : ,, ,, ,,-.., ,...- ,:. ,- .:.-., .. ::., 1.,. ,, ,.,,,,: ,,. . ,, .,
-Musa st ., -ski -4,, s ed up 40 of his ,pointa' 01-. ',.. 0 buti he didn' seem to ave his
BHs t. d ., t,, -,, h .,1 and Griffith of the Grace Line were!, .x
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. o s and Williallts from last Year's 1,0122 ,,caepaign, challenger automatically, becomes .,... : '', : .,... '.., ,, -- --Ps 't ,, ',' ;,', t'is '9', :'..t-': 74,1ao Tevers.,,behie d.uring stuff as, he gave up fli,,,,runs ',on;4 outstanding jit: battingf,aa.! well 'awl' i'l-i.
b"cause)he's off to one of his struck out lour, yielded five hits, e P ,. ,
' ham ion of "a division if he ' ' .' t: ' ' '. ,,. : :the. game, atough the Green De,, base hits and 3 hose, cn balls. Lit- pitching ,. ' 1
B JOE FEATHERSTON : St. k t'll t lie all the
317 a t ) vil tied the g at 2 II d. tle ca li 'f -, k, 4 u 4
' ' and walked none in addition ,,, to,knocks out the champion hi A Y , ... , , oc s i o e ... Y s ame 3 a -mi, me ,in to re eves4 th 2 out 'All the, boys-partielpatine play.- .,,, 1
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.. .6, pAntrihtifing ShrPia (Analog, fn ilia! nou.title bout. nrovidinff the chat-. ,, ,': ,,. '. , , ,., third base were the big blows cf. wa; in thethird auarter:'This scent and' 2,, men eit-btoe. tit struck ed a',Verv good sorioq n nd ti,a.'"".""

, di-Tve managing to auu insurance rua3 en nits ana lour Dases on- Doti anatn OIStartee unta tney ,tlecitana singies ny De Da k'anat
meanwhile, went hitless In four singles 'to lead ,the diants' ottictia been dropped f r I b. 4,
ine seve.t!th and eighth Innings' and strilth2g out seven to -get the' it up in the third, quarter ,' !fah Austin and Moroi. They werel ' Grac
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assure the wpi. win. who was relieved' ,, As long as. Jim Selby could cool then AMU scoreless until they scord Player
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f il rightfield and ,came in On a sin- wo-rked fine in the ...11rit halt', but fith,in! the second aid a, single 'Hughes .---- -.7, ," ,-, ' 'I ti 0
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, the fight 'while landing telling gle ky, first, baseman. Frank Loco. , , .,,,, issel , ". 1
.0 ,, -th the second half Selby lost 000.,bY De ,ta Pena in tbe ,filth. 13 , ; .,,, ,,,,
- in other major developments: ries in the Coliseum.' ; i.
., ,,,,, ,... -,. blows and out-boxing bis rival. ''' Take' Lead In O''''. 'trot of the boards to a couple of ,The All Stars came ,, back with L. Austjh ,,,,'-... , ,-,.'
' ...Bob 'rurley's four-hitter enabl. ", E4 t t d t The All.Stars,, held' scoreless on
u w tb Just secon s o go III 01111 ', iUMping jacks 'from BHS,-. Gary 1-runs in the bottom of the first Morse - - 2 0 1
, ed the l'slew York Yankees to beat The Pittsburgh' Pirates defeete,1
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ot..1 Innings, picked up, two runs int Tennis ou
tonneau neuiege,,e-a, m Leo .!,57, Iluc ullensve. J111 r1,.
p.los ve right to the law felled down the, left field line l?Y star&
rn -men, )suesotr,ianhgouthrt eenatdtedforii,nzonserAioleuxsa,n-.Ver: er,t,Van Loom-, feldt.- and a double Poublas , 0 0 :
fifth win in six games. other National League game while the fourth, one, in the fifth one
Kansas City dealt the Chicago tis and as. he slumped to the, each 'in 'the ,'sixth and s'e'venthi 1 : Was, the- only One who could hit, Tiler scored 2 ln the third ,On 24 8 7 h
Rabin- Roberts beat Abe Mil. White Sox an 8-2 beatinuand the' floor, evidentiv .In v e r t2": badi Ita with tint-11,7.ft ---1 kittaltto lkst V.7.1r1f C.011001 ft ittge 11P

41...1 mum kwv LIM, CIKU111 raoama City teams t.h,d ,h,c8,,,v,!, ,..,,,a,,Lyncy I ,,hL5LCO, 2.2y VOA. OINAL hCCEL 0, 4111 wauki 2,22-212mral F
viaukee Braves, 3-2, and equalledl Cleveland Indians hit four homerallhaPe, the bell rang ending
4'5;1 flint Ayr Tirrnm un 1,2211 otemsm .22 ".'1 fOr froth' the, Ant .ea th.1 and a thniep Their hi o I Piaiert ',', ,-- AD b La' ;

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lone- tallies lir the fourth sixth day afternoon at the tacit lawn. ...... alb cto 7Evzx viivj Fr
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efondbqeman Jim Gregor,1 Panama won four' viefnrie;
- dq otu TAiellot Raokta flat..kama' ;visit ishly it.omerp:.anct, ;.;: A 0 0
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"- "P"- "" fl1 to tneir total. s' , - Z Win 4119' 7
int Uligi PULL. ICU VAM vatAaoxao fielder-manager Gene Tapsiet ward 'they Woula pot 'be- on timP1' ' for a- 700 pet A wail
hits for 10 tries ., : ( 3 261001
, naced' the Regulars with' two hits for the match, '
who shut out the Cardinals on frshe Tow; ';f--Ithe .ft; iletefi gone, sat on his stool, un unla
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- ,' liack on the winning track to
ft R pi n apieee., ; sundav morning. Ttathnn -Rnmi
1 opening day, with a two-run hom when Veda Pinson doublet' .a.nd able to move, 3;Ayeldt, 6 1 s or 1 ries tor Rogsrs 0 t
five& trifling slid 'Matt-fad ti &am 'third an a sacrifice 'pi or- ro tree elle nze

1 tuk,otar soutnpaw wayne T o rez, Eloy Sanchez gav th fi,t1
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tountod to throe, Horacio's Inwt miry Take w the 1 1 ---- v
another during the dardinal's ourl fly by George Crowo.'
LI bert lwent tho mita elinn,t.te 4L- e e 1 Athletic Club five. The na ma
1 Runs and total bases: Feldti Nita 0 00 r

rt to-:ranantai will be 'played
run lattt-inmng ratty. von tussin-1 "'AM.. Wing W.,. In. nie COU
- ,t do, AAA 1-11111-- .1. .12.1 NenUfWari AUG nraltrtra et iLlAh. e1 Intt. 41.... t- -1 ,2 .4. at withl, runs and 34 total bases. lTotals 2 10 11

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M.eurui. tu e"Au Ill; vies I -not" r;;;;;.th...a.t ;u7ta"in"; otriklig out
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dinals who had four otraight games ree Vett tO Tick, up, the, 6-2,, 673. and Carl ,Benjamm gave
TomorroW tha'

. 4u- 1 whn ant tivD:htt nitehmo ernm J2Pri ror- .1110 nurT nna isewunoren I , uxion nritv 'of rt two 114..n i 4CD1, 1 ;

shoved him out as AIL um .ignelan inteneo j Z-3 essay ,Sierra, .r1 Toti' Savave I ;ni;::-.:4741..."V-"" "' 16, r-s 11 P7 : rk PI
Rev Sievers broke on the BosI Urban in- handing the White Sosi basori

iiketannt.. grow nAln k thAiv Ince in Alla almet Ini Murderous Anummor waited in flings tor Kobbe dtod was eharg: dra Rd T.An;ru 01 "151'1 l!IU margarita MIL a Ili

er a couple of years out of 'the"
barn. 'TUX. V ', 0- 1
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Murray Wall's first Ditch 'in the' contrast to theiltankees; the corner of his' hePlace,' 1 td t.he !os!: g orton re--lot:eh-ampion 4uno mina last year' hA,1.111-

, Tigers 30 P
oni nevea nun An the eighth. lin a toornalie,ntat Hotel trPal a";er'el;o'rlte'd.livurtuhgenlieam .-TODAY!' 1 DA-Y. H
10th inning into the left field bleach Sox pitchers hail been rocked for! A right cross, caught 'Ottis I
ers. Sievers also had a triple ani 27 runs and 57 hits in five games.' 016 daw And he went down. When Fort .CobbP's PA AP e ham 10 s roma Hilton.
' this lOke
tO beat, C

a double and Norm Zauehielemer-1 Ch Wag!): manager 41..Lopez he. got. uP' ,1.1 long left .bend .staa!1-111..0111,0",st,rat,,P.1 .theit poll tbe main, nil itell of' the week-17, TT: .."".".7Ludt.L- ou.e II ija bh 11: ii

teotial in tbp seventh inning of' end,, SaverioiXelfi',an-ri George The box'. score:', 171 1.!II
ed for the Senators, who share se., tested-ihe gaMeAn the basi,s of ed out- and connected, again lo
cond place in the American League au "interference. play" in the the jaw and, he sank for the see. Saturday iniRitt'L game, bv,, send. to. Maduro sponsor of the tour. ' a itaii tsentl g
Kansas City.. fourth inning, 9nd time, : 113 !seven rtinnerg acrogs thp nament) playe,d good tennis ,with :BH.5 (60 fitklri
. rt ry r I
, , , ,, : plate bv virttio of fivp-hit2 'stritegv: attatk titld til2paninnt 1 Sittinittrfl

I Tvrt.r walkid seven battatis Boger Maris, Roekey Coiavityd Pinson, Alien raised Pitimmer'sl two errors to break oven a Owl to beat Buti5tr000 Itiihar 6u-n-ningham I rn t 1 griV(71711.1 17,111b,o, dik' s .1 41U' igdt:L 1 1
but struck aut sight aa ha b.. Minnie Mifioso and 'Rookie Dick' band in victory,. tkus mereifullYi game and Pull away, to On eaSlettri' from Clistobaj and Balboa 1 el th o; A a "'" 1 11111;,, 1
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canto tho fourth Yankoo'piteher Brown bomered for ; the, Indians' putting ,an, end. to exa e , ,- 3 8 14 ,3
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', so so,sho distanah and filo go. off 20-game winner Jim' Bunninliat 30 .seconds of the stanza- .Lltt,le Joe Schutrits, snunky All. Saturday afternoon,. at the Cm B40)artro, ,, o,,..Vs.. A .01 ..
' ''' ti 0 12 3 mut:plot ,,t 4 t'-'''','-'4,1 4, 1 C- 0 i A
,00nd to pitch a ohoutout. Yankee of the Tigers. Bay Narleskl wert' In the other 10-round to-feature a'ar eurler, went into the fateful tabal court,I,Colon, Arthur Harp- 'morri. if ,,,I, ,. 1, 0 ,, ,, , i :11,-,o3,corN si
'tchara new halm yielded a to. 8 1.3 innings for the victory al- Enrique Perea, 131 1-2, Seined' a rvieht,!! eante with a 2-1 lead, and er, defeated tereich,- Wachtelin Nahmad ; ;' 0 0 ,,,; 1 ; ,,,, --, e 4,. (., .. ti
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sal of oight runs and 3 hits in though etrikeout king Herb Score split verdict over E0dolto Fronde, !ILiu allowed only three seattpro ,a hod f?ught watch 1844 and 63. 'Womble '-' ' 0 0 0 0 .,,
obs, stamos by far the host retired the list two batten) in- the 128 3-4 in an interesting battle. n ts -while striking out nine hitt' ",' '''' ''' Lagassie .. '' 0 0 0 0
pitching rocord ,in tho molars ninth. , , Baby Fenghe, 126 1-2, kay?od ters. Then ,the roof fell in.t . . , ,.., ; ,.!. . , RANI PATHEr """ i I
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, p., , , A idouble by tihtfiehier Gene' - ' '''',':' ''' JC (44 '''. )t
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ArnIL 21, 11:1
PAGE SEVEN.

li HARRY GitAYSOM '-',' '
' 4. l'' ' a ; ; t. -.'.'1,"
EW :YORK '(NEA) --:Ev'ery, G GI,
I, GI, golf tOtirnamcnt ',' 'Makes it
I
cer that the superior golfer now
et -from' the other:aide of the
,Iie -yard. 4 ,, ,, ,,, ,. -, -.,J
le college's are turning 0 u,rt.
('
,iul shotmakers in hole-sale I
! ."-,' 1 .:- :: i' I
otroaucing gol as 'a car 'over I
art has ,become a great vogue,
ong schools and colleges,,,more
n 150 of whIch now have their
in courses. Many more boast
los with easy access tca layouts.
'oilers., ire now recruited like
ball and basketball players.
i led to the entire North Texas
te ,squad being suspended by
United Staes Golf Assdciation
951., Billy 'Maxwell, DOh Jan Jan;
; Jan; ,IStan Mosel and Joe' Conrad,'
ck touring profeisionals, were
hers of that arm?. Reinstat Reinstatiby
iby Reinstatiby 'the USGA,' Conrad won the
'ash Amateur-before joining the,
ay- ranks. ., i 1. .., ts
l'Ir IS JUST AS WELL for tour tourNnt
Nnt tourNnt golf that the colleges tdok
'considerable bt the slack left
pis passing 0! the caddie and
introduction of the caddie cart.
.-11' were Some, 500,000 caddies
country and many of them
-;c1 to be stars of the game.
lk Mayer, the' U., S. Open
050,4! bad the advantage !of

0 (-1 0 --,
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SHAKE ON THAT-NEA sports editor Harry Grayion, rfght;
' receives a National Headliners Awatcl and a handclasp from
Al Owen for consistently outstanding sportawriting in his daily
Column; The Scoreboard. Presentation was ity,Atlantic City.
,
r
Superior Golfers Nolv Come,
Is'iont' Schools And Colleges

1
.
the better private schools, Jay and
Lionel Hebert,the latter the PGA
itleholder were exposed, o 'high 'high,
, 'high, ,
tr educhion in Louisiana. -
' The Masters 'tournament further
illustrated t what extent the cam campus
pus campus has replaced he caddie lard
as a source of talent. It wai won
, Figuring prominently were young
i by Arnold Pa mer of Wake Forest.
I Ken Venturi of San Jose State, the
I hottest package on the winterk cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, and Duke's Art Wall. CarY
Middlecoff forsook dentistry for
the golf trail, Al Mengert was an
A student in the Pacific northwest,
ieriously considered studying for
th,i priesthood.' (
MIKE SOUCHAICKICKED point
after touchdown for Duke, Bo Win Winninger
ninger Winninger was a corking back in Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma and George Bayerplayed
' tackle forthe University o: Washington-
Peter Thomson went to
, school in Australia,, Gene Littler
in California. Julius Boros IS a
Florida alumnus;0
' "These fellows may not hive
come into the game with the play.
ing instinct of a lot of former cad cad'
' cad' dies," says old-timer, Gene Sara Sara'
' Sara' zen, but they're excellent PlayqrS
and it's better this wayl, I -4 -
- f'Age laws helped ruin' the an ancient
cient ancient and honorable profession of
caddying; and I ask you, what's
'wrong with a 1.2-yeareold hoy :car.
rying a' bag of clubs? I i
' '11"A lot'td gtehemen, dic1-1', :'1. ''

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Viedn2sday 'flight

,
i Flans for an liquatic center on
the Atlantic side will be.discuss be.discussed
ed be.discussed at.Margarits Service Center
Wednei-day at 7:30 '.
-"if everyone helps and.' wo
are a little bit luclq," 'says Bob
,Mcilvoino of Coco Solo, .,"Wel
may soon have a irositwater
playground whichwill inslude si
launching ramp for, outboard
boots, a -water-ski lump, slalom
course and hydroplane rasing'
.courso." He odds, "That's in
addition to e picnic. and spice
,totor arta, cie course."
,Mclivaine, long a waters sports
enthusiPst. has 'teamed no with
other Atlantic side' residents to
Promote a PIPn wflich ,eopid
develop into the Canal Z o n e's
mosi. interestines nrojert. At
Wednesday night's get togAtbPr.
45.vpitutP 'color Pna sound film
Pf water siding Arti..fles at Silver
Sprintr, Fla., will be shown.'
' Fronk Hirt of the,' Panama
Ski Clph. hei eusst eooekor,
end will describe bis expPrietle
og o4r,, when 0
poted in the annum) -t-tal.-.0...
sici tournament at'k Cyprosis
Gardens. ,e 2
,''We don't, want just skim;
boat ownerv,to come,". Said Mal.
vaine, "wee wP evorvoill
come. Fun 'should be shared and
everynii0 can hA.efit frOm proj.
ect of this kind!!

, By STEVE SNIDER
NEW, YORK 'OW) Sports of
all, sorts: 1
When 1.1'. S. track and. basket basketball
ball basketball teams compete in Russia this
summer officials hope to -- have
the shows cotnplete on film Aor
quii' viewing on an ,'American
tele' I ion network.'j There's at
least one slight hitch.' The asking
prices to the networks it $250.000.
Nothing amateut 'about jhat
kind of money: ..-
Georgia Tech, noted for its long
line of great football centersi, has
another' one '.',coming uo next Fall
in WIn'Eaughan; sophomore ,un ,underp
derp ,underp I ly last year t Don Step Stephenson.,
henson., Stephenson., !Ille's potentially, one tof
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Roberto- Motta's unbeaten filly
Sapristi made it four straight vic victories
tories victories by easily annexing the S2,-
000 added six furlong West Indies
Federation Classic for two-yearolds
yesteiday afternoon at the
Presscient Remon racetrack.
The bay daughter of Surefio SurefioPeony
Peony SurefioPeony raced hito long lead
when given her head ,and scored
unchallenged by six lengths. ,Pan
Tostado came on in the home homestretch
stretch homestretch when Most of the- speed speedsters
sters speedsters attempting to follow ,the
winner's pace quit abd was next
best, Aix length behind Sapristi
and three .lengthe ahead of Xix Xix;
; Xix; Carcaman, ',which wound
last, Vespucio, Don tucho .a a d
Illuichen. were big disappointments
all turning in poor performanc performances.,
es., performances., Pastoreo, which trailed f r
more than half the distanceslos distanceslosed
ed distanceslosed impressively to grab fourth
place andthe shortest end of the
Sa rlsti, which teturned $4.20 to
twineds the distance hi 1:13
14-5. Sho received perfect ride
claQsic specialist Fernando
Alvaret., r
' C.' W, Comillirov 'was selected !NI
a' large delegation of prominent
west AIntfittris and Panomattins of
1 Wet Indian origin invIted by
track' manager Pablo A.' Thayer
to preqent the silver trophy, to
Sanristi's owner.
All in all. the' first running! pf
tba event wag a huge success.-
.k Summer Party was a one
length winner in firq nualifving
race for the Msy Labor 'D y
Classic, while Ragan, score by

Coach (Bobby Dodd:, "Laist year,
in fact, he could make lame
plays that Sttpehnson,t htmself,
couldn't I
mye, '-forick,, Oklahoma
States .. .7 : vs coach :s
.sod as oungist owsor to
coach -" 1 A title tA oiler' in
any spo, tx.Olymplan and
Aggie wrostling captain n y
two years age, Rockerich t Is
23. , 2,
, Some. Ted 'Williams bodsters

were, wondering if the Red Sox
thumper ever wan going to start
playing in '58 but friends say he's
planning to stick around, at least
through 159, .most everynne but
the pitchers (ars glad of that,
k -Silky Sullivan, tho: California

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ball a length .over Golden Rock.
et in' the other qualifying race 1
for the Label Day feature Sum- 2
mer Party turneu the mile in.
1:40 4-5 af compared to Rabaz.
za's 1:41. 1
Leading Jo' ckei Braulio Baeza g,
won three races to be the wintt
ning rider. Heliodoro Gustines and --
Cristian Rebolledo, with two each I
were the runnersup. I 2 ':

were the runnersup.
Yesterday's,dividends:
' FIRST RACE
Caehafas $110, $1.60
2 !Pinto $5 ,
SE OND RACE ,
Manuel Pedrosa t.12.20,
2 Doble Fila" $3.60
First Double: $114.40
,
. ,4.THIRD RACE
-- Lady 'Edna $11.20, $3.60.
2 Franeisquito $1.20
' One-Twof $27.40.

the fun. t '
tr: S. and Wimbledon tennis, 1 -4
champ Althei Gibson, working 2
into form slow's for her title de detenses,
tenses, detenses, reportedly is playing coy
'about when she'll reach her 30th
birthday. kokay,' she'll be 29 at 1
Wimbledon and 30 at F rest 2
'Hills.
1 Those prOgosed in international
tennis rules restricting expensec

and the number of interpational -7
tournaments for each nation, 2
might be great for a stamn-sized
place like Monaco but not for the
U.S. -Only one international
grass court tournament would be'
allowed for the V. S. 'under the 2
proposed rule, a id crippler for
rrass court fixture& other than
the national championship. .And
Press ts where you 11-ie to learn 2 -7
to play to compete with the Aus- ,t,
trallans. - r- 0.
,, Bob Sattaorfisid, tht fox-heavy- L --
-wsight fightsr, has t u r d, 2 --
trainr...hiss working for Br Brni
ni Brni Glickman's stable in Chi-
cog, Bobby Boyd and Bud- ''
dy Rodgers ars in that group. I.

IFFICIAL

No. Prize.
6058
0153 2,600.06
0253 156.01
0353 156.06
0453 1511.00
0553 t 156.00
0653 156.00
11753 151.00
0853 156 00
0063 156.00

First Prize. d
Second Prize.
nail MUT

Prises
1053 0 156.00
1153 92,000.00
1253 156.00
la53 156.00
1153 156.00
1553 156.00
1653 156.00
1753 156.00
1253 156.00
)953 .156.011,

No. iNites
2053 1580
2153 2,60045
2253 156.00
2353 1, 156 00
2453 156,00
2553 156.10
2653 156.00
2753 156,0
2853 156.0
2953 156.00

0.ftvpo.

FOURTH RACE
Ka latu $3,20, $180
NaPa
, FIFTH RACE
Pa lave $3.20., $2.20
Deungalope $2.40
,
: SIXTH RACE
Plateado $8, th3,61), t
Distingo $3.20

Vng" WV; A1::"P I TENTH RACE
, Diocese $3.80
raeing .ph'enon, is 'said to', have 2 No, place betting
trouble breathing at times. .no '
wonder' he likes to hang ebAck so ,,'s SATURDAY'S
far. .why inhale' all thilt dust un- ', FIRST RAC2
til you have to?. .a simpler, Toped $1L20, $4.40
way, of course, would be to -lead 2 Gay Legend $2.80
all the way but that would bpoilt

Topacio $1L20, $4.40
Gay Legend $2.80
' SECOND RACE
Heroic $360, $3
Crews Hill $0.20
Doubts: $32.60

' 'SEVENTH RACE
1 ''' Sammer farty $8.60, $3.40
2 AlcaraLs $2.80 ,
, Second Daub la: $28.20
EIQHTH RACE
1 Ragazza $11,15
2 Golden Rocket $6.60
Quinlan: 82680
-- Saprist1 $4.20, $3
2 -- Pan Tostado $5
Ona.Twol, 22

1 THIRDRACE
Sideral $19.40, $6.40
Ft lon $26
OneTwo: $908.80
FOURTH- RACE
Blanquita 6.20, $4.40
Desiree $4.60
Ou Inielat S23.20
FIFTH RA
Noacion $3.40, $2.40
Identica $2.20
SIXTH RACE
4,er Heels $8., $4.20
Escasay $3.80
SEVENTH ItA6E
Nagir $2.80, $2.20
Canoe $2.60
Second Double: PUS
- EIGHTH RACE
Lyrical $8.80, $3.20

,Third Prize

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No. Prizes
3053 156 00
3153 2,600.00
3253 156.00
3353 15644
3453 156 00
3M3 IMMO
8053 136.00
874,1 IM 90
4853 136.00
3953 k 15640

No. trizoP
4053 186 80
4151 2,600.00
4253 158.041
4353 156.00
4453 won
4553 1580.0
4653 156.00
4753 151011
4853 156.00
4953, 156.00

Approximations Derived From First Prize

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

l'he Imola ticket, with-the last cipher and with the two test '
- NOTE. ciphers apnly only to the First Prize. 't ' 1
Me Pim Prize and till 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drawn separately The ap --
proximations aro calm:it'd on the first. Second and Third mac In case
a tiekat 'should curs II,e'numbera of fich prize. the holder b entitled to
claim nasment i0Ir 110Ch

DRAVINIG OF TIIE 3 STRIKES
Sundiy, April 20, j958, '
Drawing Number 742
' frastion Ticket
Prize. d d 53 $11.00 $220.00
id Prize. 33 3.00 60.00
Fria' "40.007

Baseball And IZcing Now,

But Football Is At Work

- lly HARRY GRAYSON I
' NEW YORK (NEA) In thel
spring in New York, Chicago. Lost
Angeles or wherever they have,
major league baseball ano racing,
nothing else seems to exist in the 1
sports world. e'
, This -was bluntlyl.disproved dur.
ing 'an tmble through the Penn.
sylvan:a Station in New 'York.
Mter some quick-tooted saving of
shins from Mit. of the more leth.
al weapons trounda packed piece
of woman's luggage we lost a
Ibpsided decision to a blue duffel
bag swinging on- the huge should.
der 'of Midshipman Robert Reif.
snyder. '
' Reifsnyder, Navy's All.America
(ale anti, center, was heading
home to Baldwin, tong Island.
for a two or three 'day vist, and
the sizable bniise alonsivie his
right eye remleded that there is
such .11 thing as football in the
spring. ,

' "We. still havi' work to do,"
said 1161Npder. '"The weather
cost us a lot o' time;yet we got
treat deal done. Coach (Eddie t
Erdelata put together an entire
new team. Wel he ,everv bit as
good as we were last season."
A' look, around tho country
shows that Navy ,is noe the only
team orartieing football
these days. Only in the Ivy
Leagon is' thPre no goring
and the coaches of that erielite
circuit are first to tell you, that
tba lack of it is a frightful, halt.
dieap.
t is in the soring that college
teams are molded.

Itutil,nte X3.40
Quinielat $7.40
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'NINTH RACE,
Ax You Like Her $310
L. Affiliation Orem t.1.40
Ons-Twe; SI3.20,,
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TENTH RACE
Gay; Inn (1.40, $3.20
-- Jose lite $4

ELEVENTH RACE
Introduction $30.20, $9.60
Zumar $3 41:1
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, Prit0,
5053 155.00
5153 2,60010
5253 15641
5353 151.00
1153 156.00
5553 156.01
5653 155.01
5753 155.05
5853 151,04
5953 156,80

, Prizes
6053 1514I
6153 2,600.00
6253 156.00
6353 156.10
6453 154.00
1553 151.00
6653 156.00
1753 156.01
6853 156.04
1953 15641

011k, Prize'
7053 156.00
7153 2,00000
7253 15640
7353 156411
7453 156.00
7553 15640
7653 156.0o
7753 i- 156.00
7653 150.00
7953 s 156.00

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' ' Approilmations Derived From Second Prize
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"Tne games are won," says Bud
Wilkinsw oklanoma, -"in the
tew day s of intensive ordi octore
the' bra game, Spring practice ;
prepares you lor Wt."
Princeton la tile team which will
have to be beaten in the Ivy, by
the In tne Southeastern Co r
ference Auburn is equipped to
pick up where at left of. atter'
10.0 run. Southern Methodist,
Texas and Texas Christian will be
the early cho.ces in the South-
west. They're talking about
ton's shbwing against an aluinni
team .led by Bobby Clatterbucit
of the prolessional W. Y. Giants.
Dave Baker having developed
as a passer. even Coach Wilkin.
son says Oklahoma will ha,ve a
more .ormidable attack. is
Ohio State, Michigan State and ',
Wisconsin are wel fixed in ithe
Big Ten. A flock of Notre Dame
kids arrived with Terey Brennan
in the conquest of Oklahoma last
autumn and -relforcements make
the Irish as tough as they were
owlet Frank Leahy. The question
at Cincinnati is whether Gene
Johnson,, crack send for two
terms, can make it asWell"as a
halfback.
, UCLA has the potential on the'
coast. but Oregon State appears
the strongest squad eligible for
the Rose Bowl with the principal '
arguments coming from Washing Washington
ton Washington State and Washington. -This '
is ,the last year, of the Facifie
Coast Conference, by the way.
,This the tints of year for
basic work for which there' Is
little time in the.fall. '
As Relfsivder reminded, "Navy
is going witi a new nuarterbaelt;,
Joe Tranchni.'-- and be's going to
be great. Coach can spend a tot s
of time with, him now.
"There's time to work on de-
Penses, too.,We use the pro SYS.
tem of 17 sets of defenses. The
most I ever saw any colleg,e throw
at us were Vile or three.
Big Bob Relfsnyder left to catch
the train and we felto after this
chat on football. muchbetter Pre Preoared
oared Preoared to sidestep luggage, but a
little blonde from the suitcase
sticker said, Marymount College f
....took' us out cleanly with a.
'Smack equip distant between the:
knee and ankle. Ouch! ',

:IAL, or, THE INATIoNAL, LoTTERy oF BENEFIcEticE
, l'ANAMA, REPUBiI6 PANAILI ' '
mplete PrI7e-winning Numbers:1n the Ordinary:Drawing No. 2041, Sunday, April 20, 1958
tie whole ticket kali 62 pieces divided in two series "A" its 31B" of 26 pieces each

t'stPrize
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Second Prizi

5.6

52,000.00

0.00

- IN

No.
8053
8153
8253
8353
8453
8553
8853
8753
8853
8953

Prim
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' 156.01
2,600.00
156.00
156.00
150.00
158.00
156.00
158.00
156.00
150.00

Nik sPriza8
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tosa 156.00
9153 2,600.0S
9253 156.00
9353 156.09
9453 156.09
9553 156.00
9653 s 156.09
9753 156.60
9853 156.00
9953 156.09

576.06 11181 52640
529.00 11162 .520.00

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PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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ssi jam, ,1807 im.00 2007 ; 15040, 3667 '' 150 01 4667 ''. Tam 607 1560 760 ;56.00 8667 15640 9667 156.00
5056 1040 5600 1040 5067 i 104.00 560 104 00 5660 k 104.00 5660 104.00 5g7t 104.00 5672 104.00 Sg7S 104.00
' 5050 ''''' 104.00 5601 -7-104.00 503 -104.00 5065 4.., 10.00 -- 5060,- 04.00 5070 -.-104.00 503 -- 104.00 -5074 ..-, 164.00- 5076 -,-1114.14,,.
'Prize-wirining Hutnbers ofyeatenday's fJotteri brewing Were sold at 'rhe 1st and 2nd in Panama, 3rd in Los- Santos
, ,,, The Nine Hundred whaie ticketi ending in 3 and not ine luded ith the above list win Fifty. Two Doi ars (52.00) each.
, '' 'Me whole ticket has 62 pieces divided in two series "A" kts "B". of 26 plees each ',' ' '.. ' '
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, Signed by: Governor ot the Province...I Panama, JOSE .A. CAJAR ESCALA ,
The ReiresentatiVe of the Treasury JOSE MANUEL SILVERA
WITNESSES: Secundino TrejosCed. 47-102652 tt' JOSE DOMINGO' SOTO. PABLO A.' PINEL M.
Jose D. lienriquezCed. 2-13257 Notary Public, Panama, Secretary.

The prizes will be mil in amordanto tvith the Official) List et Paneitie m
the stripes et the shttettet tkeeticeel letter, situate on Centrat AV.".

PLAN OF -ORDINARY DRAWING NO, 2042 WHICH WILL
- TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 195S P
, bivided ir two Aeries of 38 fractions each denominated "A" and "0"
7- 1 First Prizi& Series A and. 0, of $28.000.00 each aeries $52,000 to
' j Second Prize. Series A and 13, of 7.30000 each series t 15,600.00
-1 Third Prize. Series A and B. , 3,900.00 each eerie! 2,800.00
18 Approximations. Serie A and B. of '- 260.00 each serient 1360 00
, I Prizes. Series A, and B. of , 1.300.00 each series 23.400 08
". 90 Prize& Serie A and B, of 18.00 each series 14,040 00
100 Prizes., Series, A end L of ' 28.00 each aeries 46.8(14's
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' '' SECOND PRIZE N
1 II Approximations, Series A and 11, of $ 85 On each' series 2.340.00
, Prize& Series A and L 130.00 each aeries 3.340.00-
.
' THIRD PRIER "'
: 13 Approximation& Beget A and b, of $ 12 each series $ 1,872.00
Prizes, Series A and 0, of -400 each swim 1.40440
ion prizes t ' ...'.'.....'1,117S151.111

4..,,,,...1,rictsfa whole ticket $26.00
, Price of a fifty-second port ..

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18124 130.01 0821 130,00 0828 130.01 0831 13040 0832 ,130.11 9835 Isom 0831 130.00 08311 131011 0841 130.00
0825 130.01 0821 139.00 osn 130.00 0831 130.00 9834 ',', ',IMAM 0830 '',',0 '13041 ,. 0838 130.00 0840 130.00 01142 130.00
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Y. Giants.
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lents make
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he question
ther Gene
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ligible for
le principal '
p Washing-
gton. -This '
the tacifie
the way.
year for
h there' is
(led, -"Navy ,-
uarterba elt;
Ps going to
vend a tot
rk on de-
le pro SYS.
tenses. The
Alege throw
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.1 after this
hbetter rre rretage,
tage, rretage, hut a
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Int College ?
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MCKMan'S stable In Chi. ' '---- ' ELEvENTH RACE ,, .4nok, us out, cies with a' '', ,
-4 Bobby Boyd and Bud. '", EIGHTH RACE ,. I 1 i, Introduction $30.20, $9.60 'smack equip distant between the:
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Rigors art In that group. 1 -1, Lyrical $6.60, $3.20 2 -- Zumar $3.40 knee and ankle. Ouch! '.
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8 520.00 11641 529 00 1162 520.04

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MANUEL SILVERA , ..., , ., ,
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)0MINGO SOTO. PABLO A.' PIXEL M. '
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DRAI'11;16 OF TIIE 3 STRIKES --
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! ,, Sundiy, April 20, j958, ''-
i Drawing Number 742
: ' : !rastion Ticket
First Prize. d. ,53. $11,00 $220.00
Seiond ; 33 : 3.00 60.00
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: TEHRAN, Iran iirP) American
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has been called in to put out 'a
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from a deep well in,. the, Ahwa
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dispatches said the flames' from
the fire in the 7,754-foot deep No.
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l C LEAGUE SOFTBALL Brandon scored Ithree runs 1
Tigers and Frank Riechar
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Al.- 'C.... efq ma a thA ra double triple and home rtl

!: C LEAGUE SOFTBALL
1 '
In the first game of the Intro
mural Soft bid' League for C
League boys at talboa Junior.Se Junior.Se',
', Junior.Se', ,tior Highs the Yankees and the
Athletics ,squared away with the
tYankees winning 2-1. The.game
was won ,when Sam Bettsak hit
ia home run in the filth inning.
.73ill Mounts had tied the game
ifor the Athletics with a home run
pn the' filth inning, then,Bettsak
tdelivered the decisive blow. lead.-
Ing hitter for the Yankees ,was
Bill WinkhCon who had it double
and a home run, the Torn Peran Peranlie
lie Peranlie and (Bob Lincoln had two hits
',each:, for the Athletics.
J In the second 'game the Tigers
and thelndians banged away at
'each' other with the Indians ifinal ifinal'
' ifinal' ly winiiing (1-7 in ian ,.extrit game.
,The Indians jumPed off to alive
run lead only to have' the Tiger
tie it up in the top of the sixth
i
: nning. In the seventh inning the
, igers,made three errors and the
ndians squaked acros the win
bing run. Freddie Chil;e led the
Indians by scoring 3 runs., Jack
PeVore hit a three run homer in
- Ihe first inning for the Indians. Bob
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, The 8 League intram
, ,nament got underway
' boys bidding for champt
, nors. Because the singh

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modern Punished apartments. I.
2 badrooms. hot. cold water.--
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT As of May 15th,
- Deluxe two bedrome apartment,'
1 baths Iona with tub and
shower). Large sitting and din
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and bath, adjoining separate
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FOR RENT .- Moderd furnish furnished
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Brandon scored hree runs tor the
Tigers and Frank Riechart had
double, triple and home run. 1
, The' third game found the' In.
diens winning their second straigh
game, this time by defeating the
Athletics 6 to 4. Again the bdians
jumped into a big lead, as they
scored 4 ru in the first inning.
The Athc",cs tired desperately as
they tied the score, but the In Indians
dians Indians weren't to be denied. Fred
Chase led the winners by bitting
a home run and a doubly Dick
Mc Nett and Bob Lincoln paced
the attack A:if the Athletics With
two hits each.
The Tigers came back fromthir
earlier, defeat, by taking the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in an 11 to 6 lugfest., 'The
Tigers scored 5 ru I in the fist
inning, but the Yantees kept work working
ing working away 'until ,,,they went ahead
6-5.: This lead- Is to' -be short,.
lived is the T,idefs came nil with
four big runs' in the fifth inning,
Pat Thomas had 4 home run 4nd
a double 'and Dean Oglesby had
a home run and single, to lead
th Tiger hitting.
John Fortune, and Bill Wilkinion
all had borne runs for the, Athie.
Stendings of April
Tea m W L Pet.
bdians , 2 0 1.000
Yankees 1 1 500
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TioPrs 1 .5on
Athletics 0 )2" .000
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The 8 League intramural tour tour,nament
,nament tour,nament got underwiy with 21
boys bidding for champtonship ho honors.
nors. honors. Because the single elimins.
tion system was used a boy could
rot afford to droll Soingle matoll.
7'he first several days saw the
Dirge entry list whittled down its
the bard tennit put out the novice
plkvers. ,
As the ranks naltrowed tt anpoar anpoareti
eti anpoareti that "traitor Steilmu ond sek
Blanes, 'would nloY filo isomi isomiein"1
ein"1 isomiein"1 in hrif PI the 'brockot
Stellau won 'a very clog.' mote
Pato jim,,,Rolvon AA, t1.2. 7-5 in
what was Yoorhans tho most even evenly
ly evenly contooted motoh or 'tht tnotott.
men. Neart St0i10' boat ,Ttlsnev
PA 7.A. A-0, ("IA 4' ,""t, hini in
ptho finols Po-r
VnScIAT 101104 hiit Vir"' tn tht.
novo', kev 'wins OV00 Ken MA0-
Tr0O7;0 F-9,, 3:, ood rrin1"-
lin $9, As tho obsmnionohin
motoh hotweon Vesoler, ond gtoi
'4"" --nerosood wss evideot tht
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e waine tyown flefaat $.1 ot a
'11''"1 'won 14,0 es,-m-40.0b;rt of the
tournament 1""lt
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Wit rnfelf (10;aatag Ttnt, tarnbes
"1-14. 2P-'4. P1-111 to', win' tht '111
tatalnk Ttia0 pone tortrnsment.
Crier.' the srrnrite ot the tour tourr"mont
r"mont tourr"mont went thrntimi
eiiMtnatiOn eVOsnt Withnlit dron-ine
atapla onl;rho4 tom tam
'Nay: ;tin, 10141;004. aa4 'Make tvo.ro,
er withont dlgricn'tv botore
ft, ffownlo
bn rtn the rithar lient14 tsloatv
trouble in rotinn gook Tnmas TTn
41 the', S41,1 Ifopo,f.
)16 rri. b 6416 'tx";rho omerged the
vi"tn, "-"n 779.'
In 'the C 1,00011P torlanetne,01,0
heltS 1.6"t efPr 0 bine rihbon
bot end heavy, n'ontnt
ono af the nre-trowney fsvorites,
won kis seetion, ,snother fs.
lisalentrn soheram- .1,ton ills.
Those t,ro tnPt fOr tliq ehTlIniflyl ehTlIniflylpon
pon ehTlIniflylpon with 'Arkflavatm talenino rala
pagity ona 9,1g.
A",1"01 tTeS64t'vl QIM
9115, 7' -1 8 in tho finols his sec
'rho Data Pam," 4 Anderson
lost in the ertire torrnsment wos
,Tor0a 'At I" nuordis Arbon ht
eronnod the 44'1 4,, onion lilt. It,
r,rott tha or,,,,t two, boweor, 23 at,
24-14 PO4 thus continued in the
Wheerr'r ,prottv rep oommatetl
his seotl'on. olthopah Pat 'rhomss
rlado him hustle to roach tho
obt of thiti seetion.,Trheeler didn't
have too intich- trnlIblo dianoa.
jot, 7,14.414,,tis finsls PO 161
Nunn 1,1.14. 91.12 god moya,1 faant
tht 1011"'0mtat ohampionshipi
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,Autom' obiies :
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FOR SALE 1955 Ford 11-11
Station wagon, tight passenger,
Standard shift. Phono C.Z. 1,
FOR SALE 1957 Ford tetrac.
table Hard top. Financed; 3.,
1 3151 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE -- 1955 Chevrolet
:Bel Air sport coupe. Like new.4,
Will accept trade. Phone 81.4.
.1950 Packard,' good condition,
. new battery. new tires, best of-
fer below $100.00. Call Pedro
Miguel 4-261. e !'
FOR SALE -- 1953 De Soto Dip
lomat 4-door Sedatt,'wery good',
- condition. Original owner; Tel.4(
;' Balboa 3325 after 4:30 p.m1.
FOR SALE 1956 English.
Ford Zephyr Conyertible,,Aute.;
math; top, blot. Balboa Z71t:
F SA1 -- 1-9- 56 tiFiri, CR:dull:7;
t!RSedato "orek"1" f' 9
-po.wersteeting; ITnmYiles. 1 80q
flaer, 11310X
Pass' '1718.- '-
4, oalboa
FOR SALE --- OPPORTUNITY,1
SAVE. MORE THAN $1,000.,1,
' 00 tiT 0 MOBILES like'
(NEw....-AUTOS EISENMAN OF--
FERS FOR SALE
,, 2-1957 Buick-Hardtop ? P,0111
or Steering and Brakes, Radio,,2
Tone, WIS 'Wall tires, 20 miles
per gallon, $2,000.0 less cost
1' 3-1953 Chevrolet Bel Air ,V ,V4DR
4DR ,V4DR Powerglide, WSW
tires, Radio, Tu-Tone, Ventilas
4-1957 Hillman 4DRWS
W tires, 2 Tone, Leather ur
holstery, 40 miles per gallon. ,
5--1956 Ford-Custom, Radio.
Fordomatic,' White tires. Excel
, lent mechanical condition, 3
6--1955 Pontiac-Coupe, RP,
dio, New Upholstery,4-Tu-Totte
, paint. Excellent mechanical con
dition. ? ff.-
7-1954 Chevrolet-Bel Alf
Hardtop; 6 cylinder, New White
3 pylon tires, leather topholstery','1'
' Magnificent mechankal sondi sondi,
, sondi, ",
8-4955 -Oldsmobile-super SS
,
Hardtop, radio, new nylon 1 isp.!
holstery, WS Wall tires, origi original
nal original paint, insuperable mechani mechaniial
ial mechaniial condition. :
9.1954 Cadillic-Sedan, 4
doors, radio, power stee;ing, newt
tires, excellent mechanical cond.,
dition.' 1 s
AUTOS .EISENMAN. )111elsr 2
4966,, 2-2616, next Coca-Cole
Bottling Co.. '
WANTED We pay cask for
1955 CHEVROLET 4DR 6 ay.
tinder. AUTOS EISENMAN,
Tali. 2-2616, 2-4966, next Co- ;"
fa-Cola Company, 11'4'
l' THE
N EW
aTI 011
CAMINAS
, Model .17 ,',
With' F1.2 LenS I
r, )t 'ilia it.
Panam N., fork
Co ln
STRIZOILINED1
,the Mr Le7 way. Body Massage,
, Excerrising Machine., Turkish
bath. Trained eperMors roe ladles
and gendemen. Get result".
, MASSAGIK SALON
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Services 14SCHOLL'S--
:. ,Products'
, Areeemene Ave, 33-41
; 3-2217 ,t ,1
MIMINMEOSEMENINI1112"
TRANSISTOR
ELECTRONIC
:,' FLASHGUN .(
temperature Of the suit
,
, only $32.50
International jewelry
- 155 Central Ave.'
JVIall order phone 2-2316
LIFE INSURANCE
-JIM RIDGE
,
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and information
,Tel. Panama 2-0552
PI
SAN BLAS
EXCURION
, April 26
Fldanque Travel Sertlet
' Tel. 2-1661

nal paint, insuperable ,macbani-. ,, , .,, , ,,.... ', , ,, ., ,,, ,, mumpn PI Ine Eintant loYllen
ial condition. ''' ? ,,v '1 4. T al i 7.10,13 .ir t, a V v 1 all now owns a 1-0 record. .The
or!
9.1954 Cadillitc-Sotan 4.,,,- '' ,Lrfillo 1 11011 , 4o) pr. loser was Lou Illizinger whose
doors, radio; power steering, now .. lisleal .. a '1 red-Ord 'was evened at two Vic Victilos.
tilos. Victilos. excellent mechanical OM. (111,1 1 ( di) ,, '!' it IL tortes and a-... pair of defeats. t
tilt:010 1 , ', ' ll I ", A :3. list, ,.'' v
AUTOS EISENOAK 'Tali:. Z. -, '44 of 4"
i v. k 9.' woo'
, by ,-.-.....:.. :4... .1 :.. s. ,L, :, -, :, ...., ,.
4966,, Z.261.6, next Coca-Cole
Bottling Co. ; ', e 1 e i ( J 421117 ..... 4- ,;, , -NS Overlooked ',in, the ', rush'', of
, lir......114, rfi ., beinoagusenbtfroayoll.t?i:aellw.witictalhhir,ei the mshrom,,,,
" WANTED ''
, ,. .. - --1) -,,, .-,..,4.,.. :,.,....,:,.., .,,.., .,, ticiazlifed, lbtiry A bluicnke
'wASier:ekateur in 1954. laSgahntaer, Cthreuoz1c1
I. .: Seaaa. Lisnnttdkayeto.Ctlhaer aclec ovaeci ahn- dwth or 0 wdnrsif. t.ead.
WANTED ..... We pay cask. for No one works harder on the
1955 CHEVROLET 4DR .6 Cr' professional golf circuit than Ar. :: I , ,,
kri,oezCpmati.hurit.iaiedeilop :I': dad'
-.,,,..,..,,s,s ; -.... f yGe ni It imbhaaanus wgGahahnresaadsr tedt ymyLs; 0; ulljt etaydhGe a s 1 a 1 f o f D u f
tinder. AUTOS., EISENMAK, nold Palmer. the newest of the :
Tels'. 2-2616, 2-4966. next Co-; Masters,: but he'd still,be playing -, ,' .
,,
fa-Cola Company, 1, ., 7 1. 4 ' for free it he had the choice.
,..,..., ,. ,, , , ognoltlY, aHltIdgubye,caatn'tamafaftoerurd ?too .111sit ,I .7;, ,,,s,
a ';"....i.,,,,, ..,..
:' sports columhist,- lout his Boring
' "I Call 011
NEW ,. CAMINAS foOnS et ibile Cwadodnie thfeeegun iat: .., r. iiv ,,,
1, 1,,,,, spring hitting: 1'1 owe it all to
L 1,1, '',, .P.1 clean living, confidence and
, spri, ng:pitchers.'.'.. ,,,. ,
edAShthatohtit:e.rsodder to ttle last; Pancho ',
' s. 1 Model 17 '
Gonzales is making the, Kramer
. troupe tennis tour in a sleek
ill, -,3, Tickets for the conCert f
With F, L2 LenS I
Thunderbird. Atli his brother. 4101. 1.-"A 1
Ga attchi se al rt, bi eusntd oPr gt ha e,
is law as eo-pilot. . , , 1.;44,45.0
, at '. t ,, 1
, ,' ' Ms dubious right arm Isn't the ' .t, "o'f' 'the PHILARMONIC1 I
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, -, only meal ticket that's going sour I ,, , 4,,, iit , , ;
'.. '. for the, Phils' erstwhile great Rob 1 SYMPHONICI ORCHES- i1
., in Roberts. .seems e nves e - ,' t ' i
heavily in a shrimp-processing out. , ,.:,,, 'it TRA ,OF NEW YORK on fl
,, l-t. Ilia II IS, .1' fit in Georgia that's, brining on-, P., lr"'''"'.. '1''' q I ', s ''.
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Panamil ,; Di., fork Coln
........n......
'!," ,... ),,' the 29th, of A ril a ''
ly midget returns. and a res. r so. , , , p re,
taurant in Savannah ,I. (seafood, f' '4,K
, tot) that isn't hauling them in, ".4,441"1414 ''. now on safe at Morri MorriECIE11111
ECIE11111 MorriECIE11111 And final sign that he's tuck. ' , .4 ,- 4

SIM MI IV al artrUt, LVBCCE....111,
, Excereising Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor ladles
and gendemew Get results,
MASSAGIK SALON
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Services 14SCHOLL'S--
'".. ,Products'
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TeL 3-2217

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PANAMA AMERICAN .- AN INDEEENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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60
-Boats Motors.'
FOR SALE, ',-. 15' boat with.'
L trailer, 2 motors arid sontrolers '',
. $800.00.' Call 3-2420. '; ,.
Rotheterlipidly
Slaking' Cir,'m To, ,--,-
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Bist 11, Pliching
NEW liOLRE: April 21,tup)

The Rochester Red Wings aren't ,ge
wasting much- time in striking an
claim to the best pitching istaff 2-
in the International League. 7
The Wings biankek Havana's
Sugar Kipgs for Li, consecutive in- r.
flings yesterday While sweeping a 2'
doubleheader, 3-0 and 3-2. The dou double
ble double win boosted Rochester into first 1;1
PlaCe, With a 5-i record, half a c''
game ahead of Columbus. -
Rookie r Cal Brewning,,,, making
his, first 'International 4, League J'
start, set Havana- back on twii
hits in the seven-inning opener. : th
Gary Blaylock was also working va
on a shutout in the second game fa
until Davny Moreloti. belted ,,,,
two-run homer in the ninth. The it-,
Rochester pitchers have allowed
, Pa
only 11 runs in, six vantests., h
In other Sunday action, Montreal ,,ta
tripped previously-unbeaten Co Corlumbus,
rlumbus, Corlumbus, 8-3 in 10 inifings; Rich- '"
mond went 11 innings before DOW!)
ing Toronto. 8-5; and Miami :'
soueezed I t Buffalo in both ends
, of a twinbill, 4-3,, 2-1.
Rene Valdes,i in relief of starter
1 Tom Lasorda, won his t second 1,112
game of the season -for Montreal. '"
George O'Donnell took the loft for St
1 the jets. -
Richmond gained tes second vic-
tory against,three losstl by scot.-
ing twice in the bottom of the '441
ninth to tie the score and once
in the llth to break the deadlock. JAP
Jim ,rost received credit for the
win while Bob Tiefenauer was
Charged, vitt, the loss. esti
llob Conley and Windy McCall 'can
were the,winning pitchers for Mia- Stet
mi as the Marlins' evened their the,
r second record at ,3-3., The Bisons, ship
who haVe lost five of their, first yesi
X gamer, have yet, tO shoir,the the
'lower that 'tarried them 1,to the est
1 Little World Serier last JalV jap

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, No one works harder on the
professional golf circuit than M Mnold
nold Mnold Palmer, the newest of the
Masters, but he'd still.be playing
for free if he had the choice.
only Ha guy ,can't afford to play
golf and be a amateur?, .1t
cost' him, MOO 'in caddie fees a alone
lone alone the week be won, the Unit.
ed States Amateur in 1954.
A hot-rodder to the last; Pancbo
Gonzales is making the Kramer
troupe tennis tour in a sleek
Thunderbird. .with his brother.
in-law as co-piloL
Ms dubious right arm Isn't the
only meal ticket that's going sou
for the, Phils' erstwhile great Rob
in Roberts. .seems he invested
heavily in a s.hrimp-processing out outfit
fit outfit in Georgia that's- brining on,,
ly midget returns. and a res restaurant
taurant restaurant in Savannah ,1 (seafood,
tot ) that isn't hauling them in, L
.And final sign that he's tuck tucking
ing tucking in- his -belt tha this
spring for. the firs ime the Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, clan didn't .occcupy swank i
private quarters in spring fret'. 1
ing -on the beach at Clearwater,.
Larry McPhail's little, boy, Rill,
who heads UP CBS:TV sports, was
affected by the technidan's strike
in New York, too. e-' wound up
as a boom man in dungarees for
Edge of Night, the soppiest of
tire soaps. t 0.
The plaintiff who lost his suit,
as ta olinot stockholder, to keen
the Giants in New York --Julius
Novemberhappens to be the law lawyer
yer lawyer who takes care of the Figd
'Patterson financial interests.
and, incidentally,. Alai lived in
Brooklyn all his life.'. t,ought
Giant ,sttick nine years ago only
because of the razzing he took
from 4his Flatbush neighbors for
being a ,,Polo Grounds habitue.
In his residential' moves from
Brockton ,to Miami Shores to
South Miatni, Rocky Marciano still
hasn't disposed o" a single .house
...finds himself saddled, with three
of them.
'Hoick tiOLLANI) 1101ISE
min& from the heart et
San Jos, Costa Rica
Completely modern convenience hi
SOCK' and liongalows. all with
.Ely.oto ball!: Hot and,,toldwater.
4,,Friee: Stl and SS daily,
I with meals. :
Cosmopolitan hitchm
' 1 Horse riding.
For reservations P. O.
Box 4459 A
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Manager: Bill and Elenor .laspera

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II '- Miscellaneous
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. FOC, SALE ,,- Amateur radio
.' transmitter,' other miss kerns.
1' Phone 83-5101 -Curundo. -..

FOR: SALE Amateur radio
r transmitter, other misc kerns.
Phone 83-5101 Curundu.
FOR SALE Pritadaire,, I ton
230 volt atr conditioner, 5
.$ months old. Phone 113-3231.
FOR SALE 11 Yonotian
blinds, 50"x60.".
$65. Black-top dining tab's), $7
50. House 5779-11 Diablo. Toll.
2-3479.. Os. '"
1FOR S k V
ma arse. )
,gentle ideal for children. Saddle
' and bit included.' Can Panama
2-11191 or 2-1195
FOR SALE
3-4peed, 111',i RCA TV, Vacuum
'Cleanerz si;fs; ,two twin k- mat.
tresses, one double; e electie.
cloths; (trio; :- portable' type,.
,
writers. Iverything iood condi.
Con. Panama ,2-2042', or S.'
1'5695; ,'
: "Sealed bids Will Is-accepted by
the Navy Exchange Officers Na Na'
' Na' vat Siation, Rodman, Canal Zone
for the sale of 4 vehicles. The
vehicles may be Inspected at the
Rodman Public 'Works, Motor
, Pool, buildini No; 614 between
thol keen of 9:00 a.m. through
3:00 p.m. 'r daily w Mondays
through Fridays. Bids will be
, opened 10:00 a.nt. on 13 May,
19511. Bid forms may be ob...
tained all the Navy hchange
Office building No. 24, Rod Rodmin,
min, Rodmin, 'Canal Zone. For further s
linformalion' please 'call Navy.
3389er' 3490." 4
Stetemeet for above should' be
submitted in duplicate direct
, to the Nivy, Exchange Officer,
, U.S. Naval Station, Rodman,
,,', Canal
JAPS'TO GET COTTON
,, ex co n
NAZAitiN (03)'-t.'A
estimated 510,000 bales of Mexi Mexican
can Mexican cotton which the Upited
States failed to import because of
the,, economic recession be
shipped to Japan,', brokers said
yesterday. 'They said practicallY
, the whole crop, of Mexico's 1 late lateest
est lateest producing 'areas will go to
jspanese. importers."
Reports Whitey' Lockman want1
out of the National 'League be because
cause because he won't fly may be just
a cover-up to get waivers from
the other clubs.' -and get him o,
'Ver. ,to the other circuit. -since
Lockman confides privately that
if necessity dictates, he w it 1
mount the iron birds in the in interests
terests interests of holding oil to, a San
Francisco herb.
Poignant quote t Tfrom oft-battered
former lightweight champion
Bud Smith: "When you got mon money.
ey. money. yott retire. When you're broke,
you just, quit. think I'll just
1AMOND!
;14.95 up
Check you'r

- the other CIUDS.' i Anti get him o., ,, .., .. ,.,. .,, ,, .. : , ,, ,, ... ., ,, .--,- ', .. , 1
' 'iter',to the :other' circuit..... since 0 ,PP 4,
5 Lockman confides privately that ', .,,:.. , -,,,, ',....,..,,, :.' i ,. :., ,' , , ,, .., ., ,.., ,, ,--,',,. ', i, : ' : ' .. --, .4 A
5
., it necessity dictates,' he w il 1 0, - '' s,' 2 !' ,,"; : , : .... ri !' -7 ; ,!. ,..!' '-' ',..';''. ' ', '.. :
; mount -the iron birds in the in. : '; ' : ''''' .. : .. ' ''. '' : : ; :,. ': :-,- .. i 2'.' : 01
fterests of holding on: to, n, San ..,: ,.,,. , .1. ,. t.. ..,. : : -..; ',..,' ...I ..,', '.. h
, Francisco berb. . g ,
-,, . --, ,TO OUR ADIERTISERSB :,-. :' -:.,. -'. -
Poignant quote t'lfrom ,oft.bat. '.,' ,; : .,'.' '",:. ... ...., -r; .. ., ,, , ,,,.!: .,:. , ; : ..: .. ;,...' i ,:' ..,
1 tered former lightweight champion ,1 ., : ,,, i ., ,, ,: ,' .. ,.. .., ', ' r' ':
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Bud' Smith: "When you got mon- I .',
" ey, yoit retire. When you're broke, : .., . i , , : ..; ' ,'
I rou just, quit.: .I think',I'll just
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FOR SALE &Norton" TV EIS
, Phone 113-3?31,t
FOR SALE ----.A,1ahogani yank"!
stool (USA made), 1 mahogany
shoat of drawers (USA mails),
1.14orge Gas Range, 1 John
Wood 30 gal. gas water heater.
Call 2-5251 during day and 3-
' 0654 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE Lovely' Wrought
, Iron Dinini Room. Sots Reduced
from $195.00 te $150.00. Rat-2,
:tan Living Room Sets $150.00,
' Mahogany Living Room Sets $98.-,
,,00, Double Beds complete $44.00,
Mahogany Dining Room Sets
$45.00, Modern Nanities $670
00, Metal Bed $6.95, Bunk.'-
' beds $44.00, Folding Beds
$35.00, China Closets $19.00,
Sabot Chairs $12.50, Studio
, couch modern $69.00. Easy
Terms Club Plan', Chico do Ore
Stamps, Almacen MX Mous.
hold Exchange). National Ave.-2,
' No. 41, Tel. 3.4911, 3-734S.
' ,THE STANDINGS
Teams '; Wien. Lost
Cafe Coolspot. 8 ,5
Powells Garage. 8 5,,
Rep. Salas.,-, -. 1,7 6.7
Hermanos- Yohros 3 10
- Saturday's Result
Privells Garage 2, Dep. Baby
Salas 1.
' Powells Garage, ,which scor scored
ed scored a thrilling ..2-1 victory, over
the Deportivo Baby Sales Isoft Isoftball
ball Isoftball team, in the Rainbow City
'open Classificiatiori Softball
League Saturclay,-4 will tackle
Cafe CoolspoC, for sole posses,
sion of first, .1 pla,ce tomorrow
,afternoori.-. -1 z
,,Saturday's victory m Vac!
,Powells Into 'a tie' forthe" loop
lead, Rudy Lynch scored his fitst
triumph of the season; Lynch
now owns a 1-0 record:, 'The
loser was Lou Illizinger whose
redord 'wat evened at two vic victories
tories victories and' a-, pair of defeats.
'0' 00' i
quit.", s -1, '-
Overlooked in the I rush' of
baseball news .are the mshrobm...:.
ing football clinics 'arbund ihe
country. -1, .with the latest orga.
tized fdr4 June at. Santa C r u z.,
Calif., by Dick Gallagher, the old
Santa Clara coach who drifted
east to the,Cleveland Browns.
and has assembted a staff of Dd.,
fy Daugherty,' Jack Curtice, Sid
Gilman and Lou Groza.
..Like what Sony Hemus t d
Sandy Grady,' the- Philadelphia
sports columbist,- about his Boring
spring hitting: "I owe it all to
clean living, confidence and
sprinepitchers.'.
Tickets. for the concert
1;f:the PHILARMONIC
SYNIPHONICI OlkOHES:'
TRA ;OF NEW YORK on
the 29th, Of April ari
nciw on sale at Mcirri Mcirrison's
son's Mcirrison's and I L. Moduro
,
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, ,, Jr.; S. A. ( :

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Kainbom..Lity!;
a !,-
Sftb. :' oop-:

sence
' east to the,Cleveland Browns. '.'
. and has assembted a staff of Due, my mcnaras wnenever me ouguslimucti IPLI If, , ,
fy Daugherty,' Jack Curtice, Orioles', played the Yankees. '' '''' A
Sid ,, "R's just one big con job," Sten- ANNOUNCES ,RETIREMENT
', Gilman and Lou Groza. ,, gel filially has announced. 1"They NEW YORE (UP)-- William
, Like what So By Remus t c; i d start .talking about this olle or Thompson;t assistant' vice Prf
Sandy Grady,' the- Philadelphia that one being so good and they dent of thP,American Teleph.
' sports columnist,- about his Boring deliberately leave Mantle out and Telegraph Co. and a pone
spring hitting: "I owe it all to and sometimes he falls for it. ormany communications develo
clean living, confidence and He goes up there loolde to 'kill ments, will retire May 31, it it
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FOR INFORMATION
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after 4:00 p.m."
Miscellaneous I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI.
Rattan furnituree, repaired and
, refinished. Complete new .wrap
ping. Free estimate and home
delivery. Opposite Hotel Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt "Jimmy" Tel. 2-0386.
' Take, a jungle Jaunt to San
Blas Islands Sunday, April 27th
and ovary Sunday thereafter. For
further information Phone Jun..
, gle Jim Jaunts, Pin 3-166d El
Panama I Hilton or Cristobal
2116 Hotel Washington, Colon.
No "walking Jong' distanies, ask
aboist our Gatun Lake excursion.
Motorcycles
1952 Match loss 350 o.c. food
tiros, motor in gotid, condition.
fkono 3-3493.
CATCH FUGITIVES
MENOON trance (UP)--Poliee
at this resort on the Italian bor.
der reported today they have
broken up-an "underground rail railway"
way" railway" network that spirited al algerian
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, 'k ' .' '' N ' ''' ' result is he- swings too hard ',1
NEW YORK NEA) -The lit- hits it way up ht the air. -6
tle game which has been played "But he's starting to rek
in American League, dugouts en what they're doing to him so t tMickey
Mickey tMickey Mantle the last few years can talk all they, want this ye
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will becom nothing more than a He knows it's a con job.
smile-catch r if Casey -- Stengel 'They try anti dovm play. If i
has his Ilea ', i, ', TheY walk him 150' time a 4
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The gam ; particularly when to get him madder. If ( MI
played by Lopez of the 'White wanted to do it like the gt o!,
Sox and Pa Richards of the 0- in Boston he could get 300 l'i
rioles, would start during a slack a year.' The: guy up in Tr
Moment bet e a game with the says, 'Let somebody else I
Yankee,s ,,, ,i -- i 4 ; I'M taking,the Walk.) Idanto.
1..opet,, for, ex mple, would sit on to hit the ball,l' sometimes
the lop -step o ', the dugoutt ,ind hi shouldn't be doing it, eith(
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has his wa
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Lopet,, for, ez mple, would sit on
the lop '-step o the dugoutt ind
wait 'until Yogi rra walked into 1
the batting cage: hen he woUld
turn to Tony Cuccine lo, his coae,11;
and it would proceed this Way:
' Lopez: "There's the most dan dangerous
gerous dangerous late inning hittir in base.
ball. He really can. hurt you des desperate..
perate.. desperate.. Between him and, that
Skowron' you're alwatTs In a gam."
Cuccinello: "Mantle,. youecould
get a break with. fly ball or some something
thing something now and then, But Serra.
For my nioney he's the guy. tie
kills you."' , . :'
This -would be 'repeated in, es-
sence by Richards whenever the
Orioles', played the Yankees.
,,, "It's just one big con job," Sten.
gel filially has announced. 1"They
start ,talking about this one or
that one being so good and they
deliberately leave Mantle out
and sometimes be falls for it.
He goes up there loolde to 'kill
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- SERVICES
''S-minuto CM wash $1. moans
cleaning el motor $5. waxing Of
cars $6. Auto-826o. Trans-Istlk
mian Highway near Sears. 0
TELSVISION -- Free
Transportation. April Special.
defs Sitni CC Crawford A.,
Cern. Tivoli Aye., No:
,.18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TELEVISION SERVICE., Ability: --
hollestV, and customor satistst. :
Coo. NO SERVICE CHARGE this
month only. ; FREE ESTIMATE
before repairs. Ask tor MISTER
TV. Phone Pananio 2-3142.
TELEVISION OWNERS
, "DRY SEASON SPECIAL
NU.S. Television Ins. Ph. Palm
sms 3-7607.
Present this coupoir Ifillad
out), te anus technician and ":
Pay half price on hem. eery
lc calls. This Pflar limited
ens call per custemor. Get 1.yo
1st -checked and adjusted 1).4
fore the rainy season rush. Th t
offer expiras May 15tht IS1P I
Name; '
ApOt011-04 6
Addriss ... ,A:
Pr fed your home and- propel
A against' Insect 'dams, ,,,
Prompt, scientific treatment 4,
- :emergency sr monthly buds
basic. Telephone Pronto Service,1
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
S.
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him and try and get JO
but opatisn't going to l
year. He' knows what It's 1,.,
Last season Mantle hit .to
had 34 home runs. Hii runsb;
in mark was 24, slim for a
ger, The amount of times the
er club refused to ptch to him
counts for that, : .' 1
''' Casey Stengel, it now comes
bas been elaiming thit ;Mt(
Mantle has been the viOlm of
fidence men,. and will do be,
now that the situation has oil(
straightened out. ; 2 , f
POW that the situation bas olut
straightened out. ;
ANNOUNCES ,RETIREMENT
NEW YORE (UP)--
Thompson;t assistant' vice 4 prf
dent of the,American Teleph.
and Telegraph Co. and a pione
ormany communications develo
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drive to ctire, the' recession. ' 4 ,,. - 1, , ,, - ,'' ''''',,- -2
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certain top-level Dernocrats in Congress were "deliberateiy plotting'! to eXagieraie the'
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action on tax cuts by repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly throwing up the prospect
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1958 and 1959 fiscal years.
But generally be has been
, walking softly in his relations
With the democratic leaders,
particularly t his fellow Teians
House Speaker Sam Rayburn
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till Senate tdemocratle leader.
Complicati4 the overall sit situation
uation situation of the executive branch
and its velations ,with a democratic-controlled
Congress was
the fact that this is an elec.
' year. Republicans in some
quarters have been agitating
for a more combative attitude
toward the Democrats in. the
executive areas of' the admin admin,
, admin, Istratiox ,
if pugnacity is what they
wanted ,Weeks provided it Sat Saturday
urday Saturday tnight in a speech at a
GOP rally in skaiih e g a A,
Nlaine: He said he -thought
rank-and-file Democrat's' shar shared
ed shared Republican sympathies for
' the unemployed.

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- Low 77 79
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Low 52 81
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Auto Industry Has 24 Plants Dark,
fliarly 60 000 Workers Off The' Job

DETROIT, Aprd 21..(1111)--- Jai
auto industry survey today show.
ed at least 24 plants closed this
week, idling close to 60,000 work workers
ers workers for the sechnd I traight week.
' Offsetting' this bad news slight slightly
ly slightly was American Motors' report
that it is increasing its payroll fOr
the second week!
Nine of ChPvrolet's Assembly
plants were cl ed down, with on
ly the Norwoou, Ohlo,, and Boom.
field,' N.J., plants operating.
Plants closed for the, week were
at Baltimore, Kansas City, St.
Louis, Flint, Oakland Atlanta,
Tarrytown, N.Y., Los Angeles 'and
Janesville,' Wis.
Also elided down were nine
Fisher body plants adjacent to
these Chevrolet assembly plants.
However, 24 other:Fisher ;lents
were scheduled to operate. ,
,' Ford division of Ford Motor Co.
said Its Atlanta and Dallas is is,sembly
,sembly is,sembly plants '-would not wOrk,
while ,its, Louliville, and Salt Jose,
Calif., passenger' car k rusemblY
lines would also be idled. Truck
assembly lints operated at Louis Louis.ville
.ville Louis.ville and San Jose.
Chryler Corp. reopened its De
Soto and Chrysler plants here but
closed its Dodge -main plant here
and the Plymouth division plant
at Eva yille,

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and Indonesiand government planes yesterday
bombed and strafed 1 the rebel
capital of Bukittinggi,,, the rebel
radio reported. The attack ap
peared to signal a Moslem new
year assault designed to smash
the core of the revolt.
The Buldttinggi radio made no
mention of damages or casualties.
It said two planes attacked the
city as thi government pressed a
multipronged drive against Bukit.
tinggi and the 'town of Solok,
where government reports indi indicated
cated indicated that rebel leaders had tak.
en refuge.
, A dispatch from United Press
correspohdent Wendell Merick
said all foreign correspondents in
Bukittinggi bad suddenly left.
11 Government officials in Jakarta
said invasion troops which landed
Thursday and seized the big rebel
city had swePt out and mopped
up rebel- pockets in the Teluk Ba.
jur harbor, the main port for Pa Padang,
dang, Padang, about six miles from the
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The rebels charged that the cen central
tral central government invading force at
Padang used Russian-donated ves vessels
sels vessels with Russian crews. The type
or number of Alleged Soviet ships
was not' mentioned in,' rebel dis
patches.'
The rebels also claimed the gov government
ernment government forces suffered "many!'
casualties. It said rebel guerrilla
troops led by a captain sneaked
into Padang Saturday, night and
raked targets with automatic
weapons.
, 'The attliude of the government
was that of victory.
, it reported that units of the Pa Padpg
dpg Padpg invasion force were pushing
westward through rugegd country
towards Solok a key point on
the highway leading to Bukitting Bukittinggi
gi Bukittinggi in the Barisian Mountains.

COMET TREs TArE MIAMI ,,
RED RADIO PLAYS ANTHEM
LONDON(UP)-. Moscow radio
played the Star Spangled Banner
in a (Ilse locker 'show' beamed-to
North America last night. The
announcer said the U.S., National
Anthem was played for Richard
Aaron, of Milwaukee, Wis., and
Robin ,Kimbell, of Tazewell,

political capita lout orthe re recessin,
cessin, recessin, regardless of the mis misery
ery misery they know.' could result
from such tactics, to say,noth say,nothing
ing say,nothing the ,hurt they, mayi'd
their country in the eyes of,the
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'American Moto.rs Corporation's
automotive vice president, Roy
Abernathy,1 announced in Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee today that AMC this Week
will add 400 workers to its
waukee-Kenosha payrolls for the
second straight week. t
Abernathr said the firm Is in,
creasing Rambler production to
700 a. day starting Wednesday,
comnand to 600 ,a day in early,
April. He 'reported Rambler March
sal 4; set an all.time record.

Busines Failures
in US Hit 19-Year
,
High -Jump 21 17
NEW YORK (UP) Business
failures in March increased 21 per
cent to 1,495 ,-- a new 19.year
high, Dun and Bradstreet Inc, re reported
ported reported yesterday. :
The statistical -agency said this
total was eveeded only oncoin
January 1939 since the depres depression
sion depression year of 1933. The total was
12 per cent above March 1957.,
,It said the fallum rate per I0,.
000 listed, businesses was 60 in
March, compared with a ratiO of
72 in 1939 and 109 in 1933.
In the first quarter ,of the yar,
4,012 firms went out of business
against 3,630 a year-ago. Liabili Liabilities
ties Liabilities involved climbed to $201,292,.
000 from 6175,233,000 ' 1

ACCIDENTALLY ON PURPOSE A Cadillac convertible,
f
right,, is headed for a test crash into a Chevrolet standing
across tbe road at distance at General Motors proving ground.
Milford, Mich., From a 'control console, left.'on.tbe back of a atruck,
truck, atruck, the crash car "driver" can remotely steer or brake
the convertible using the steering wheel and, braki pedal on
the console. Electrical impulses through a cable (on, ground)
guide, the crash, ear so the .g4driver", can watch the smash-
up from a safe-distanet. The syste'm was develeped by GM
to eliminate driver riski in its car-to-car crash research.
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' probably designed far womel who
like to make dramotic exits.

CARDINAL SAYS,MASS ;
'-' ABOARD S. S., INDEPEND INDEPENDENCE
ENCE INDEPENDENCE AT SEA (1.1P) Samuel
Cardinal Striteh, en route to take
up new duties in Rome, said pub.
lie Ma Ss yesterday aboard this
luxery liner. The weather has been
tmsettled sinee-thie liner left New,
York Thursday but Msgr. James
3ardiman, Cardinal Striteh's sec secretary,
retary, secretary, said the 70-year-oldt prel prelate
ate prelate was getting some "much
needed rest."

, BLACK BOOTS FOR ARMY, Men bf A,Company, ist'Buttle Group, 20th In fantry of, Fort KObbe, set about dyeing their russet'boots 'black in 'conformity ,;
with an Army changeover to take effect earty in MSgt. Robert L. Don ey instruas)nembers of his unit in the. dyeing process.--W.S.. Army Photo)

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EOBBE LIM GUARDSThese Port Eobbe life guards, gathered around instructor Sp3 Michael Shea,- completed Red Cross Crosscourses
courses Crosscourses ln advanced survival swimming and water safety instxuction, With attendance at the Fort Itobbe beach and pool averag-'
ing 10,000 each month, the Wel guards have successfully performed 30 rescues during the past 12 months, most of them involv-,
ing small children who stra3red from the "baby" pool into the main pool, Shown left to' right arel."Sp3 Paul Volsine, Pfc. Arlo Bat Batson
son Batson and Pfc., Ernest Gonzales of Mortar Battery, ist,Battle Group, 20th Infantry; Pfc., Richard Sanderson, ,D Company, 34th
Armor and Pfc Buddy Oreathonse and Pfc,'John Stopka of D.'Company, 1st )3attle Group. Instructor Shea is demonstrating the
, use of field equipment as a water survival aid; ' (11.S. Army Photo).

mashup Of Air 'Force Thor tbiissil

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CAPE CANAVERAL,- Fla.'(UP) some time, this summer, Four or
The spectacular blowup, of an five moon shots in, all are sched schedAir
Air schedAir Force Thor missile at its euld, at least one' of ,them by the
launching pad raised the question Army,
today of whether the,first U.,) Serious trouble with the,. Thor,
rocket' to the moon be de. however, might set' back the pro.
layed. .; gram and give Russian scientists,
' Engineers were busy '' seeking already rumore&to be readying a
the precise reason for Saturday's M0011 rocket,, a chance o beat
thunderclap explosion of the in. this country to the punch and
termediate range Thor. T h gain another propaganda victory.
was no indication how serious the Not far from the scorched Thor
difficulty was. : launching pad, ,meanwhile,, a 72.
The 1,500. mile Thor will be foot Navy Vanguard glinted in' its
used in combination with the sec. service structure and was report.
ond-stage Of the Navy Vanguard ed ready for firing this week
for, the first .U.S.. attempt ,,to with a fourth U.S. satellite in-its
each the ,m0on, now expected nosea 20.inch, 2112.pound sphere'
packed ,w t h scientific instru.
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WASHINGTON 'CUP) Sen. Iry
ing' M. Ives (11.11.17.),, vice chair4
man of the'Senate Rackets CO1M
mittee, tsaid yesterday the group
planned to' open an, investigation
soon into the dread Mafia and Rs
connection with the labormanage
ment field. '
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Ives also said the Justice De Department's
partment's Department's recently announced
crackdown on the country's, 100
top racketeers would cover, "the
entire list" of 60 odd mobsters
who attended the notorious "gang "gangland
land "gangland convention" at Apalachin,
N.Y., some mntlis ago.. ,
Ile said the FBI and other
agencies participating in the de department's
partment's department's new campaign would
"strike at the tentacles of the' in invisible
visible invisible government of gangster gangsterdom
dom gangsterdom wherever found." ,
those, attending the Ana Analachin
lachin Analachin ',convention" wag Vito
Genovese, often termed the "don"
or leader of the Mafia and a
close associate of the late Albert
Anastasia,' reputed high execution,.

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French film joeeuty Brigitte Bardot manages a nice smile as she clings to a horse in' Faris.
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- Several of the "dele'gates" were
engaged in manufacturing and
other apparently legitimate busi businesses.
nesses. businesses. Congressional investiga investigators
tors investigators frequently have charged that
more and. more mobsters, ,are
opening. legitimate sidelines tO
cover up 'their illegal Activities.

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Rep. Patrick J. Hi Rings (R.,
Calif.) said: in t Washington the
Vanguard wa scheduled to blast
off Thursday. Buf, as the ease
has been- so oftek with the- Van Vanguard,
guard, Vanguard, bad weather or othfr.,trou.
ble could delay it. '4'
'The Air Force said no, one was
injured when the Thor blew to
Pieces in an eruption of flame
and black smoke- It' was uncer uncertain'
tain' uncertain' U the Thor's 45,000 pound
thrust rocketdyne engine ever lg.
tilled in the unsaccessful launch launching
ing launching attempt." '
It was learned' that the missile
blew up lust 'after "zero" w a a
clicked off 'in; the countdown countdownNormally,'
Normally,' countdownNormally,' ,"'main- ,stage" ignition
of t the engine is delayed al few

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' Ives. Saki in al sPee-ch filMed
New York state television stations
that the Rackets ,Committee
peatedly had turned up .rackeeers
'who ,! have muscled 'into labor,
management relations!' He said
these men had links to ".the er erganized
ganized erganized ,underworld!' ;
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seconds after zero while viilves
close and pressure builds up in
the 'fuel and liquid oxygen tank8
to fdrce an initial''biast 'of 'pro 'propellant
pellant 'propellant into the combustion cham chamber.'
ber.' chamber.' 4 : 2 ,'
The flop marred the success ,of
recent tests of lhe Thor, which
has been launched some 12
times' previouslyThe missile is
still in it development stage, but
Thor squadrons are scheduled to
be sent to ,Etirope by the end of
the allear. ,-
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of the' 60-foot''mi ile, however,
mnymore test firings would be
required before the Thor' was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced free 'of all "bugs" -and
ready for use by field troops.

be onnected with the Mafia,
commonly termed the black hand
of two generations or So ago," he
said. "Such 'criminals have 'Ai
more to do with legitimate trade
unionism than Heiruich, Himmler
had 'to do with the Boy Scouts."
Ives said he expeeted the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department to ask Congress
to arm it with nesv laws to help
crackdown on gangsterism nation nationally.
ally. nationally. He said he would biW'most
teceptive" to any requet that did
not infringe on civil liberties.
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Ives said that tte little commu community
nity community of Apalachirt,, N.Y., achieved
"a horrible and tindeserved ,noto.
riety" not long ago when some
50 mobsters"decided it would
be a convenient, inconspicuous
Place" to hold their get-together.
But he said it could have hap happened
pened happened anywhere...,
' New ;York state police descend.
e 'Orr threrime-eonVention-,ttelegates,"6
some of whom scampered
into the( surrounding woods. They
were released after questioning.

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, JERUSALEM, Israeli Setot,
(UP)-- Russia has offered to in.
vest capital in Israel and give it
technical aid the newspaper Ne.
doit Ahronot said ytste;day.,
The paper- !quoted Soviet embas.
sy commercial attache Vladimir
Balchenko as telling a group of
industrialists in Tel Aviv Thurs.
day that Russia is giving favor.
able consideration to the broaden.
ing of her 'commercial and indult,
trial ties vvith Israel.

"lin line, with her economic' poL
lei in' India and other Asian coun countries.
tries. countries. the Soviet ,government' is
prepared 'to offer technical;aid
and capital investment on an ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable commercial basis,
Balchenks was quoted as sayinG,
"It ,Is 'untrue thpt stnly ,Amert.
can capital ih table to develop Is",
rael..--k Russian 'capital icjust as
able and, willing."

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