The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:02531

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. : : m,...,.... -. ,. ' '. "1. On March 11 of this : year( explore, jointly with Panamanian ir,, .., ::: :,;.:::.:: :,,:, ,,,,;:,:, r , ; ,: . . , TOBAGO i '. ''' '' I ,: : ,,,L ,! f : 0,. 3 A t :-,
' ,: '-' -''' th rmhatev a the United StatAn of icials certain hilltops and to de- ',.'.::' ,:'.',. ,,' ...;:',...,,,:.;:',.:,,,:,,,,f ';'::::,:-.' ''';',:::::iC''' : 1 ''''':1-..''.: :''':. :: : '':'t. ,Y,'!i;i,:.'',;:i: Caracas ', a'1,Nuil ,',... !'.. -: FORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, April 22 (UP) -.-- Princess

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. : the Embassy of the United States of Lela's, certain hilltops and to do- ;,: .; 1 : 4 es;oit1is oto
: THE INAUGURATI9F.T.- of America requested the Foreign ,termine -,whether ,:these -.meet h.e 4 :, ; 4

THE INAEGURATION- of the
new Legislative :Assembly of the
Indies'Federation was not not.,
., not., tcday by EI PtIllaMa AMeriel
: with the 'hope that colonialism
-would come to a complete end in
I the West Indies.
wt In an. editorial entitled To Towards
wards Towards the' Liberation from Co Colohialism,"
lohialism," Colohialism," t'h e Spanish len len;
; len; guage edition of this newspaper
, also expressed the hope that the
, spirit of the new federate state
woUld also spread to Belize and
, British' Glitarla which also de de,
, de, serve -"the independeneo which
, will, permit them to become it
4 part of the community- tof free
' nationsYol -4
-,'::,,Tho editorial also noted that
the formation of the West In-,
''dies Federation, which 'was en!,
,..courated ,the British, got
4 ernment,.: PrOduct tot
thee .Struegli for citicekeco citicekecoPoolic,
Poolic, citicekecoPoolic, and cultural burroee,
ment whichhas meant so Much
. to mu' continent 'and
.!'' has contributed so :effectively
to the ,,tormation of natioes
" Jilt Pinalltia; et which trIls
thousands. t s' from- those,
Uncle tOrM an lo4ortant part.
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' Eoquete -toffee ,growerir Cm
:Plained over the weekend that
the second:',thne trt' five
tionths' the Institnte tot sgto sgto:
: sgto: 110MiC Development ',tad sus suspended,
pended, suspended, its coffee, purchases and
has left. thent without a market
for theitcrops,
- itit the same "time, they said,
they. are not litilowed tn take
, advantage et he higher, prices
, offered f the, ,,world:,' coffee
, Inarixet, as it 'result 'which
they. hovel lost ,,over $;,600,000
; :since 1951., ,-
In, a letter dated iliPrit 10, the
growers have, requested the in in'
' in' stitute to -,' continue coffee
Anirchases at the?1954-55 telling
, -of $58 per ipo pounds,,, ,.
' Two local Organizations have
alread3r issued communiques re regarding
garding regarding a recent resolutiln pass pass'
' pass' ed by the Dauchters of the
, Arneriegn Revolution relative to
' the sovereignty of the Fanania
- Venal Zone, '',
The first came from the Fan Fan,American
,American Fan,American Round Table, which
: levealed that it had written to
,..the DAR explaining the Round
!, Table's views on the matter and
Urging DAR women to adopt an
attitude More conducive, to 'unity,
- among the AMeriCat
The ,second came 'from
sinia Ramirez, coordination
' secretory of, the Panama Stu Stu"
" Stu" dents. Federation, who pointed
: out that the DAR resolution
, asking the ES: Congress to
' ratify U.S. sovereignty over the
Canal Zone, is demanding
, something contrary to the
, thinking of, their forefathers
!,- ono of the very spirit of the
DAR. ,
I, The DAR resolution was also
.,hranded as "harebrained"' and
',DAR roen-Abers were described as
Ispicturesque ladies" by the Ude Ude'
' Ude' rationA secretary, : 4
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new Legislative -Assemoiy or izei Office for the, necessary authori.:Ipecessary coaditions for tne I: ,,
' ,,,oNest Indies'Federatiott was 119t-isation in order 'that certain person. lation thereon, of radar stations. :" : I
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. ,,ed today by EI Panama Anleriel nel of the Armed Forces of the tj.. k 14.; , .., ,
, 4unf :411 04.4,,, silf etift'h hillteint twatgo '11b- I ..'t , !.

1 lohialiam,t, en e spanishlan- such sitis ire adequate for tile ernment to Conduct the Inecespary iovernments ,will be workint tOgethers' With the Feneration governMent gradualli taking over lares,ana humiditriete the "O's.' ,' ;1 ., 1 i
',,,, guage edition ot this newspaPer installation thereon of radar,equip negotiations !or an agreement On ,more and more power. The three other United Kingdom 'deoendencies in the Caribbesn, Brit- , T i -,
, rem'on was t firSt Of, a ,number of,'official
180 expressed the hope that the ment '' ,,n,,, ,,, the use and Occupation of the sites Jail.
, a Gulana4 Britishl Honduras, an,4411, British Virf1,kt islynds.' have decided not to jom tile I he, Ce Y he
, spirit of the new federate state ; a!, may,,,ba chosen,' , t' ; Federation ,for .the thrie ,ibeing- : .-, : , i--, , ., ., functions scheduled for the Princess during a sikday,stay '.
' would also spread t,o Belize and "2,-, With the advice of the NA ,.. .. 1 ,, , ,, ,..-,,;,, -:', '', ,..,,.; 4. -,,-.' 1 ' ., ' ', : ' s,' ., ' !: r- hert,o She' also is'sChed led 'to v 1 '
. .., ,- :', u Isi a,,reservoit,, a sugar,
Betish Guiana which also de- tional Council ol Foreign Relations "4-- Should the moment' strive i, . , .4, ,, ..,, s,,, ,., 4 '. ' r : ,, '
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"the independence which
serve and after consultation with .the t negotiate an agreentent t h e ,,,,1,.. , : , , ,,,, , , f t 1 '' '
, factory and the proposed site of a provincial town hall, i
111 permit them to become a MinistrY of, Government, it was country maY rest assured that the -0 ,, ,.. , ii, k .., ,. .. , .1 i 1 ,- t ewe
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. '' IV "1 t Pe"1111" "'W I" 'w "'"'s.....' .. decided on ',April 3 that, the ,For Ministry of Foreign Relations will .., -,-, ; ,-
. I -' part of the community-tot free the 'dullness-o he prgram iti al ,out ort e uten s ; ;
,, .. .. .4 mg Office wou ,,c mm
Id 0 unicato to act with the best natamild interests .,'-;',;I , ;
- ' f ederatiow- Is.' Great Moiti; acia xperimen -,,-,-
,,,nations.:10i: - the Embassy oi' tile United ,States in' mind and as of new .t states ,.,, :. -, ,; ,, ,,,:, ,....,-.,,,o.,:." ..... ', A ,, .- .,,,.. ,' .,'. -,,,,',. ,,...'''.,',' ,'.....; .!' -,..' ',' beg., ff !:.yOu' tiger:siOer,, 4y -J.,:.'., .',;' ,.. 1..-.,,,..4 .4 ,t.,,,, ,''.,:., :. .:.
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that, the authorization was r being -that, in aciordance''with 'our jur- ,'
',4,0NDON, ,',April,' 22,-'-.1-(151S) -If-, 'adjacent, trio one another. and ,SeP-, All":thill lit 111:hiPPY alifilt7, tor ie',It Margar'et -isoent--"Sunday :arid.. yesterday resting up
-, i -the formation of the West In Int
t Int d bj t to the following idical systern, such 'an agreeinent .,when,.; 00,..',10o. 3:
gran e su ec , 1 this 7ear,.. the &rated. ,only by land frontiera., ,, the,"seeeeta,,oC the-new 1 Feolera- :: ,,
;, .' iiies Federation, which was en!, 1. .; would have to be submitted to the IT fr ht"-fr '' E I d Sh t' t f t
conditions: -.2,,,,, -.,..,..:,..-, -,, .. Federation, of ,The -- West Indies : Whah federalism ind t .01' W 1 g -' ',- arter..t e i .., om. n on q spen Inas a yes er-
-,respons-;. Ion the est ndie ., o , , ttl . 9, ,
,r ... ,,,couraged ;by,the British, gOf ...! ,, ;., .". ,. '1, ... ..;:. t .. ,',') National Aesembly for is4pprov.
- '; 'i 4 ornment, lia,,',tnel,preduct ief ."..,41.5 fillet' ilia inspection.' oft the al ,or disapprovaL ;" :-,.. ". clime r intn" existenee : and :Le r d ; Ible Cabinet government won; .'" It is, of course; true cis .';',11,or".dayliith'Lady,flaile;swimming cuid'piaknicking at Boas s
.' th .,: et mai for -, civic, eco, hilltops ,be, carried out IointlY bY ';- : - 1''.- ..'" Holies,' "the;GOvernor oGeneeal, first, combined in ,:!.Ceneds ,,,... to ':, man.' Manley,:-..the Chief Ilinistee a ,'-, ,,.,,,...,;, ...:ft,... .. ...., ..,..: 1,i. ..-..;.....,:.,:' .... ,..4....,...... 4 ,,
., '' '''''' ''' 1. :. '''. k b th t ff e in- Port of; 1867 4he problems iresoolibled, in of 'Jamaica,'" hie,' publicly ,,etateoli 'Oates," f : -, ,. .' ,:' .' ,-st 0 , ,1:., f .,, ,,, ,,,
2 '- -- too ,t e ,oa o o lc
' le and cultural' linfireve
.s , ', nom officials.' of the National Oovern- -,''In coneluSion, although'i no. ne S 'Ey' anotheegreat experiment of sato ,,,respoets;thosivif lat, e s t.: thlt urt.the first five ,Yearg,, of its
pal .. After ali.laforMatdinnerlast.11!ght,:shewatthid a .,,
linucu nt arid' of the" government of gotiatione Wive been begun. in thi
k, .,' '. ment which haa meant, so , me 4 ,, ,
: a, multi-raciat'community.Attivin ,.. Indies,teday. ,, .. . , , ,
. ,,, ,,,, --; ,,,. ,,,, f '' 'existence 'the Federation wilt bave o-' l s' i '' 'a.
' o .: to. our continent 'and. which the poite& states of America- ',-; administration for a formal agree., to,,, l typicci program ,ot,islan .entertomment h!gkhghte y ...
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'-''..j,'. has oontributed so ;effectively ory) That the, Government of the ment on sites. forJadarAtations live ',together in. tunity i'withio Self-governinucolon,ierwere re; to,' ',proceed ,cautiouslyt(.aed ',that , - ,-- t': 't," 1 4, i o dt; .1 ,,.., '' f.".'''
the 4 COmmonweitith tegan.,,,,'-e-,
.s. luctaut,' to, nubmerge,, their identi- It "Will r.liNlargely a ,,,case of ,pa. the performances or a s ?t,,taly,pso.oa. 'en,s.t,...,,..., c .,
...,...,,. to the foimAtion of nations United States:of Amertre agree?' the Goternment. oft Patti:ma desir- ,,,;, ii,,,,,,idae: -10f 1,b.',4,.. -ratios,141., tics completelyjawa neer, SOmPro- tiencerplanning And: ,layleg ,teurt
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' rite Pana,ma et which ices et pay iny damagps CAA may., eves' to-make pubhe-th At it trinspif: : Irti:146t;:;.:i,ICCI littlb6" dOnCe','",,,:,,.;:....,', ..' ,..;"4,'... 1 ..
ths.WastAndiatto, territories Lie hensive unit.; ;--""'",, s'',,,,, ;,, ,,'-',,-,1, : dations tor ,the future. ,t, ,,,, .,,,,,-,
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fOrnt an 1114-ortant part. perty at a result of. such technical, operate in -the defense' of thjPa :,, ,..
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I Ii;tg ,-11870 ''ait tongue- and tracial. divisionr toe with':la been ;Well 'Ind' truly: laid,: the onl- . ,,,,,. ; ,, . ,,, .. ,, , , ,, ....,, ,. ...s.
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0 .- - -: studis,- and ', -. ,4: :- ''. nom Canal in 'which, enterprise
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,, ,--- Aertaking on thi part 'of thci Na-' .;- .. ,
,,,- ,,o,," ,'o;, -,,,i-,- ;4 ,,,,,! 4 '. ,: diarbadps, in,afederal union? ,,,ton,
''''''''. ''. B uete teffee growers tom. tional" Gov't Re,: to:the 'ease ,, or ',,,i7he ,'Iterleh Panama, lia .,, Y In' C' d ','i d ..t'' -hi ;:71114t h .1 'iti I th ."'.1 I r .-" ' "i".', ;:: '''''' ' -..' ', l'''.: 1....' .. '... '. .4 ''. -: ,4
lie of P s in" 'the- yearir between'. the ,, two et gna a e era 1011 ,, N. t 0 ea es ,w ... . 4 ,. ., , ,. ., , ,,, ,. ,, .,
t
' '-' --illained over the weekend tha not' s ared Mir' will:it 8 are zau Wend Wars
oecupation, of the Said hilltops; or P P ,
' 'proposals for ',closer Preved.,",'the ',workable solution to ise,, the fact that e ,political
" for the"' second time trt ',' five h
of a y' other area 'within 'the jur.. 1 i f' th W thoge "difficulties and from time nit
effort for ,the defense "of 'democr unioo "of :Abe co on et ,o e;., es ,. ., tr 011e: orttnigh Jo- sand, by'
'11FIAI F h le --
. Goes reerOn Pro a I011
,..,. -, i
' -, ,roontha the Institlite lot rE h i ' ire il t I to 'time' new regions: baye been itself, will have replaced setter-- -.. . ., ., : ,. - ; . .... ,
no. 1 , cy; t e' western,' hem sphere',and Indies ,:vfere quen Y,, Pu or- , ,,,, , , , ,.,.,, s. ., .,..,, ,: .,. if ,,,- -, --.;,,,;, 0, -, ,-, , ,' 4' ' ' ' ..
,.
, ' 110Mie' DeVelOpmell ': .' r '' th 'C .1 th loft 1 f d : ":"' --'" .:-"'""'"'"- As 4: '
t--ha,e sus. ,, - .. - ... ..... e ana on Ina y p tine la war :, -, ,, ,, , . ..,,
added. to- the original p, federated : ste rem Mionitliv some,. of them ; - , ,; ;. -: : 0.- .. ,, ..; ,,,, E.,.4 ;,. a.. .. ..-t
1 ''' t '4,'''..'r,,,..,;,.!?...,.: ,,, 4.1' le,,.-'', 1 .,-, 1,
' 's' pended, its coffee, purchases an ,,, continental .solidazity,based- Upon' ,' t But, 41",,lhe ReYer Commissimi ProVineesmt the Western prairies, ,senall and isolate ; ,.., ., .i ..
. .,
-"' : has left. them' without a moor
ket w ''' as
'II' ''I' '.111.C ''''
.ns aug or ..
respect.' to-the" severeigli:, and -jun. of19311-1,939-reported,t the.'Itime
the Pacific.," roast-and, ag' reeent- It la it ronsaekhle feet. thet-nr- A F''''' :
IT Unemp oye
1 d '. American penitentiary; one yeae,on each ''
.
re. tehtorged On t ree, ou
h i rots. of. ter- .;',t,--; ,7114' ,' ;''',.,,., i 1 .i, '' ;,. ;, 4 r f. '.,,
I -; for their,crops ,- . d 1 n lit f Stet "0.'1- t'' , -... ,, ly 41.'4949 i', the itsland, of ;,,- NeW- ly two of the, individual. west'
,, 1 Ica ,,, equa y, o es..., -',.....-, wes.,no ripe. ;.,.,c,; , -, , ' 0 '
. ' At the same 'time, they sa
id 13 .1 "Ili 'cli da e '' ' :'
eing ar o :., ,,,, fonndiandis 14,y''' .'-: y ,,-- ,... ,,
' ' '' ' ' On tometteetis ig,,,,iivel .1 a rery,involving
VFW checks to- ,' 4 The gatint,! sand-hairedde-
''''
' .' ' : '" 'day ygot :off' witii,a ',suspended fendant,4'appearedo before -Din- ',
1!- '' ''' th i.
, . e are not "followed toi take
.. 4 l'-'111.'''''' .,. There seems to be no reason, nnnuttion -larger than M s It a
: ..,, buFFItULTIES OVERCOME , . , .
'''''"'- ., advantage of he highe PriceS 5 i i
i it 1 '1 h.''- f 'th. '. t -diffi tildes
- ,:. .,,, ,,,,,,,,. ,.,,, ,. One o ; e grea e
' '' ..' '' fore the 'US ; District 'Court ,' at Crowe:, for forging a 75 t-cheek ..'
shy. less successful in the West Isolated,' at 'they hsve ', ; hem
-
, ..., YI Sergoan s 2
,,, ., ... y-,..,..., .,, ..
- - ,,..- ,, to think that .Fe-leralon. will i be 3en !loom,' :',; .. ,' se tenee When he was: tried be, Het Cnurt .Jtsige 'Cluthrio-er-se;
in the world."' coffee
', offered ,, ,, h le n ras h d 1
!' ,,..' 1, ,: .,",, ,,,' which e tashe on 'March' 14 n
'00 Inches ".-."- ', ' ' Arcot( '',,, ..,
-, was the ;almost complete boleti . , .,.
" '' nithnllt forlarat4on '' they -hove ' ' ' t Ft
4-','', ,,snarket, as ot result of :wine , .. , ..... , .: :l s : : on 1,017125. 1
' S' 11' ' I T .b. ..
1 1 $ u ..
.,,- th'y have' lost over $2 600,000 ,- - , .. , , -... of, 'the. WestAndian group ,,froni ,,- AUSTRALIA AND INDIA found it .diffiellit'io ',day on, inde ,e
;The 424ear-old : delendent. he alboa Commissary:, a srAisu,
; .. .. ause.,). of -!"'rilen there is the Areat 'exam- pel-A0nt sort inAuort-! teitrs.1- ,, Ch
' Ines li Lester ;pleaded guilty check and Onother for ,s: $26i15
,
' ' .' e- - .' - A total of ten Witnesset, includ- .,.;,, ..0: ..i '. , ,,,, 4,i A .,''. one ,4nother,' largely.' bee ,
- w,' since 1951., - -,-- - --- 'wh'
1 f A t li h el i' ( it s to each of the 'charges.; ,:, ,,,,,,,, ,.. eh he cashed t the Knig ts ,'
' '''' letter dated APti1.19, the ing We doctors" were slated to, op op.
. op. .-: ,,.,, In, a At Cdto-So. Illo ---- bi sland trahsport.-- ''''"'"r n e o us ra a ,, w ose -, c on es ,-. But nOW' 00,th" 4 mgr-
''. poen --ter-1 ,,
,t . ,,,,, , ,,,i ',..1,',g; were launched in '1850 on the ex
rendum 'of the :1'406 Cale NI 1 t t -"" Dieriet ,..-, AttOrneY of Columbus Club on MarCh ie.,:
Ass s an ,
in- pear in HS District Court at An,
'."- growers 'have, requested the
ter, or ed the, si nature",of
' ''' '''" ''''''''''''' - '. ' '' ' 'I'll 11 t ' ' ' M ton Thomson-told, the etiout Les g g
1 'p a .'...,, ,";.The,, war. yiare ...of 1939 to pen ent al arhamen ary gov- eecretari Steted).,-",4, remmuni.,; or
'its coffee con todayin the tria of I an . ..., ,,,,,,,, .
; "' stitute ", to ," continue '' 111145, however binike down: this, ernment by an Act ,,' for the Bet; that,Lester had, been relieved
of A.,Krankowski -,denartment comt
',tv" of Welt Wer IW ttt 00604
, ,, k dri harged with Th
theo1954-55 teillog. maman true vet'. c , e two-and-one-half year Old
, ,, ,purchases at , ...
involuntary maeslaughter, 'er, mender : for the' rPanarria' Canal ''
barrier,' Inter island air", ',Cole- ter Government lot Her Majesty'a in tha Ca.ribbeen torIi heee" ta hisNduties as,,department nit ,.
' '' -of $58 per loo pounda,.... 1 ,. ,...,... c
n my sergea rowne :
' son Of a Al' nt d d ' I i - '. t f VPW post after. Department of the VetetAns' of
tor -helped:to establish. persona Anstrolian Colon es; . ' :. ; i eculsei reel solf pevorewwo termas er o a ,
,
, -,, s is
ailed this morning, ithe ca e accidentally in ,the hathtula of big f Mitt he had Foreign Wars, 'IS' oo-signer.'"
P
' AIL.. ."' ex eeted to continue all day. .;
.
The defenclanti-Alfr o arm, Coco 51olito home Sunday ni h It en
t d -th peoples' f ' In th h d d th t b d b h it was d'scovered ,
ntactsis an e ,,,, -,-'0 ,.- e un re years, a ave an to,' 'Irene oneue te 4
'... t ha i !ling $1 ft00",,,' ,' It was bronght mit that Lester,
' eed checks: tota
t, m is g the caribbeant through the gra tossed' eince ',then here of etstrt.,amliaat taniaq't 0 and efq.-.10r
was learned today -- k"- ' ' t '
, accused of pa.riung his dump truck i- The child .was identified is tit
- ' 'a ion of regional instimions, 'bed been' modifications in tbe wort': e .t tyre! pressure, 'inot to feemolin'e ,, Pull reetitut n w
lo as made 0 Av o
i h h if d t 't
as a w e- an wo een-age
,
.
hway in n traffic ey wh
.. '. ". ', tin" local Organizations:have on -a public hig itbeek, son of.,5gt., and MrS. d ki t ' II ' th 11 bq 'i '' 't '' th 'VFW by Alm :defendant's children. I Was ,separated ,troin
.came aecustome to Ayer ng of as we as In e, p i o e. mod esew, hp,--01. a eootty end e ..I.
''' 2," already issued communiques, re- lane; -without any lights, on mahrl Leigh Whitbeek 1,," '''' .; ; ;
; either,. on common; peoblemsL, original -institutions. ; ,..,..',. ",''! welt; OS life of liso oe04;01'' ",,, :mother. Thomeon recommeno- ner, and waa living ,in-Pan I
eMa
' garding a recent resolutilri pass- 3, ,thereby causing in the deat ia ., According 'to USAI1CARIB au- .7c;Was',rot., surprising illeret re
'" '' '' ': ''.,-" '' '' ,.' 'The- Commonwealth ''Plrlia men ,IThe111-nolg win, ,.$,,,h,,,o, itini- ed, that Lesoter be tentenced to' wilt to' woman" 'who bore ,, b. wn
a 'Panama 'Panama'.
'. 'Panama'. '' '. ed bv the ..- Dauehters of ,,the five -passengers pn ., .. thori
ties, Whin:melt-was at home after the:, war, ,
the' ;federation ,, of a in
-------n- in ',Australia came int6 being in 93, each,. Year P0,:reAeration: T501,- r: a total' of :three :years in the twe','cnildren,",She !tope ,red
... Atherican Revolution relative to boun
..., d wooden-bodied ,chiva. with his five chi
, dren while,: Ins the territories became practical, 1901. Before' that"Aate the ,, State -I 'ememennrateo The eecm-4,m ;11 '--------------- -''-'"'
ilir a ar Ina a' bab ''
e t tod y c ry Y.
,- ,, the : anama The accident was c nsidere en
o ,t -, the :sovereignty, of ,,. P O il e
wofewas awayr when the Incident polities -- ' ' Parliaments bad been. surpeme In, 1956 when the d leeet s 'of 'thoir '...- '''
e e '' w ', '" f r e in 's ntene owe
' ".. G-- k 1 ' P ,f0 e, pa. s g e eZrr
' ''.-. t" I ki b 't th t A nt US Steno etsNo,, said "he felt Abet the; ,Preldotts :
' ,',. l -.Canal Zone. t traffic crackups -in
:v ." ,., of the wors occurred at 7 p.m.. ; ',.
-. .." ', - -0 aw-ma ng power, u ., ey gave goolnnmen,s ikgreeu,'An t- c0 er er""
"" er"" At the Conference on the, Cloger
,' '''''' '"' ''s," The, first caine Iron the Polv the Cana ..
1 Zone m many years. Th
, e sergealit was;', bathing 'an- Auetiatioa 'of the "British West .up- certain of 'their 'powers to, the ence in London; to. federate. ', '" ' ' '' '' :Lester had eons eons.
. eons. t; ,,, Offenses which
' ,A 1 R d Table,
' mer can oun t C t
which ',I Today in" Distne our several other ,one 'of ".,111s,, children; five. new Commonwekith ,-Parliament ,',-, '! : '; Autograph.-;Enjoys mitted made it, "Atilloat beyond :.
.
itten to "Yemen, and children, relatives or Indian 'Colonies, held : at 'Montego -, .. '.. '-:----"----i---"" - "s the 'point" 'where: he tould give ,;"
Knose nee, powers were tem. ", ' ,. .,
,' ': 'revealed, that,it 'had wr year-old -Gary and left the'llith- Bay- iii"' September :1949 the blue - .-
. ,the sdelendant, 'a-probated gene
' .; ,,...the DAR explaining the th t pe red to listen to f ' wh
Round e vie ims, ap a ., room, or a few Moments. ile pnrit !tet federation ,began to take
t mama in Awritteitlederal colisti- Rebel.,, Indonesian.',., c NtorthDuke.
41qt 1 ----
. tence J ..-;.. ,,..., ,..
' '--Table's views on the matter and ,
th t t ny -'' ""'" '' h t D
e' es imo - .: ' ': e twee ou ;Ivey apparently hape .'. . ; ,:, ,,
. '.. ,, Urging DAIL-WO
men to adopt an ,' Four ,men,
to it Of the chive, and one, woman mea
includin the owner h 8 ' ', The Indian, onstitut on, w e nit
g, .. chm ed onto the'tob aed ,drowned ,But'Jhe,,- pith to federation 'has :
'''''''. .'' .. 4C- i '' hi 11 C I.' Sets Up' -4 ---"---- '
i t I J 26 '1950 its ''' -. The Judge sal& k '
,,, '' d (UPt-41'he "ok - '
. WINDSOR, ,Englan 1,:,,elit' is witlx tonSiderable re-
nducive Un Y
". ' '. attitude More co almost immediatel.. : -' bee '- 1 e the,
as a resell ,of 'injuries sustained .-,, ., ,,,. ,,, !. ,. :-.',. not, n. easy..., n . .,P
ast .:tt came n o Fee an. ,,
t a federal one, the powers a n d N'''''''H' d''''' '' '' Au ust, Household, Brigade. Polo luctance that I Must imposte a ,'
't- '... among the- Americas. ,,,,.., ,,,,,---,'-- han six commi
yeare nil" fewer, t ew,' ea quarters g h t yeterdayi"., An
e:
'' The neecond came from, h the right side of their, vehicle -Whin WhitebeckIeturned to ,the
vie.. w en Club- was mg as s
functions of Union and comm.:pent ,...., ,., ,.; ,,,,, 'Penalty on this min" but then
1 k d tb Duke of - i I
,. added, ".I th Mal 11 give h m an
qt - di ation
or n
. :, -3 ginia ,: Ramirez, e0 nt ''
was ripped off in the aecide bathroom ,and found the boy, he
sten, : Eduard Degage, driver of the triect artificial respiration, .1 b u t tees 'or tornmissit.ms have examm St te b ing defined in detail Dif. '
ed, the problems Involved, :and 'the I -8 e -- D ", ' .' American, for as e e
JAKAR7A, April' 22 :Mr,' Edinburg for, his autograph., f, ..
n e
time fieulties et language, religio roc opportunity to straighten out."...
,. .. ; secretary of, the Eanama ssue a ee .ve , , ,..,
11 hlb nit Army headquarters said today h inspee or
it,'4,...-,';''. dente. Federation; who poin e
t d thiva WAS the first to 'testify ', in Davey,' was pronounced dead On genera t-e Officiali and a. Police : o Crowe' fixed the penalty it one
court today. Ile said be was (trio- arrival at the, Coco Solo Hospital. 'I d' A 1 ,,,, Caribbean en elithe neve ueen targetr,:" r rebel, government had evacuated
before' the- n in u11,,,,,,,., .. rushed to shoe., away (Mias Eliza
1. a ' .- 'out. that the DAR resolution vercome.; '... i the enitentiory on each
year n p
' ",-- ." '' '. it 1 I of B kittin i and had 11 Si Embassy'. ste
i. ,, .. A t rd th fer' S i b th territenes. o., :,, : '. ", ', ,:;;:, ',,,,- , ,,
ing from rranan owa s e ury
vors include ins ro erg tol cent! : still,' federation
ore re Y s cam a u gg bon Davis, a ., i count,;- but' suspended the gen.
to
4 asking the ;II3.8;,, Congress A 'Itionti.' at the ;' map'," shoWs set up new 'military, and' e 1 v I 1
ry st 5:45 a.m.' on the day of the and a' sister, Ross, 6,,.: Gary, 5, Pat, '' - '", :' halt ,taken roet in :, both Centro negro p h e r,' Sunday, when soel,....
ence 'for a period:or five yearS ',
. ' tif U S sovereignty over the
. ra y t It till d k t d 4 d MI 11 th '. h d t hi h e 'ow 'the to the Duke who 'is aly
a .'
'-thati while, :from Ir. COM MOO. . . ., .. ea guar ers w c ar n walked uP ' on the following 'conditions.
acciden was 8 ar ou an an 1 e, 1 mon s , .. , fed ti o ana west ,Atrica ...
-----, -' Canal ; Zone, is demanding th c i was approaching from Funeral services for:the" b e y
ano er a r n 1 o ec ve
i al b ti s of the cen b r "of, the, polo club.'',"; -; ,
singe point of ',view,' era 0 ; ,,, ,, ,,,, ', :, --... .., f , P c P I . mem e , i., L''. 1) That Le
ster ; rehabilitate :
: -' something contrary., to ;the
, .., the ferry towards his chiva..: :, 'will be held tomerroof at 1:30 a.m woe ,,, to a :
was thsr obvious ens ., t al government forces. ..., Club officials ,,were nt a uzty
ENCOURAGIND'..PROSPECT ,, nintwel oes not vi late an
f. aryl d o 1,
''' , thinking of,-their forefathers ,, r 4 '' di 11 k "ve nice.--
i "His lights blinded Me to "such at the Union :church at ,cristohai. grouts...et Islands Producing the ,, ., t,..., ,... .4: .,.. ,,,, ; : L. Col. ,Rudy Punga e o o but the' Du e was ry orthe' laws of Panama' ortAhe -,
, sine of the ,o' ery spirit of the
't se arin's Bunal will some.? basic.' crops,", end
.. ', ,, , ,, an extent that I didn e M follow at Idt,flope ,,,,,.
Ce- feced
The g elsewhere men and
re, a 't h t Id th rett;
Correpondents tbat'rebel Premier ,,tI'm sorry; e o e p
Canal Zene during that time; .,
DAL ''' '' 1 : truck until I was almost on-it. He metery. ,, : ideal ilifficul-
, .p .:',-;,.,, , .kmil, ,Ilis,," geogrep S'afruddie Pirawanegara is ', now Californian; "It's a rule that we ,,
women -of -diverse races,' classes 1 2), It t' h k mplete re4
T a e ma e co
Y ' Art -re 'olutib
,,'' 4 The D s n was alSo was '' k or r hical difficui difficuiparked
parked difficuiparked all entirely on t h e Sgt-Whithecit,:'who is' with the lemlo 'Ls -1," ,,,g !P. ., -,., and creeds are finding it, possible g P t ve .1111
in Batusan kar dee in the ''. tor- .4hr royal family), don't., gi
stit I n within 90 days, and ,.
qt o
- "harebrained. and
' 'branded aS
I ' - ;DAR' men-ibers were. descrl e
1
' is' icturesque ladies by the feder
- .. ,..P d he stated 0n the ''s t a n cf, t1 S Army Jungle-Warfare Train- "'Louse 'were.' lan...."-. '' ''' ''''' t live and work together ; not on- bidding' mountainous ceue,17., n tegraphs. ,, Bet, itts a ,very:-
'honor
b d' as rea hot rp t 'C te ''' o,ne Vest' Indies 'cover os '. vast e i i t few' miles 'south of reulottingggi -able, custom;', 1 1.- ,
through a Spanish e re en mg en r at Fort Sherman ,hsts , : ; t : ly in: their own partieu ar, n er .., ,,
Nine other witnesses listed ''.by his -hometown as Phelps, N e w
Y. -, ratiOpA4eeretarY ' the government are: Jose M. Zu- Yorki,' ,
' '' exnanse, of ,ocealk, The dis ance
tween- the two 'mkjor islands w
ests but in the larger interest ''of ,,,'I'he ,rebel mi 1 ary ,.,conim n iss
, ', 311' That Lester report 'to', the
robation officer, tech month;
rt a d NV Davis said it .waS i llwon P
It was 'Drought ou n cour
t 1 1
"jtt td'
head uarters ' meanwhile,". w a s -de ul, experience, us o .s an
thatLester had been empleye
' : s".., - ' .''' Olga, Charles ,,M. Little, Walter ' ' in.7the igrouo, 1 d 'T if
, amaica an n 1,- .
the .;ommonwealth as a whole, e
S I k. i ; I th Doke,' even if she did ,
as a guard. at.Redman, but was
.' ''YMCAOff cm', , Alves,, 11..13.-0; Ely, .: Dr.'. Richard
1 ' Wahl, Dr. Ferrucylo Bertoli, DN. s -", e - ,m 4 , dark Is1000 m les.. ..
Two more',,zritish ', 'only;a- century' or, o ago ,"the in hi t a omt near o 9 ur ne o e.,
d Of curse the sphere of s (tett, o P
an ,c ,, ,,,,
' '' : ther 'to" the south Pirngadie said. not. get, hie., autograph.. ,.
'' world pointer., ', , .,.. , ,,
' separatbd: from the service f on
,
' ' ' - March:1T, 1958 because he we3
. '' ''''. '''0 I '''' D T'
.., -- n, PIC- ay., our, Howerth, Modesto Garrido ;and An
tonio Rivera. ',-, :-. -, '4 : On1101); x ume
C '' ''''. 'E' 6 ' 'd '
- elanters of Jamaica.' Antigua or ;. ,:, '.-., -.., .., .. ,..
, Berbados"Avere' clue inter sted ,. '''' ...,':. --. : "-.' '' ' '''' --: -' '''. '::: .., found sleeping ori. duty.,1 ,, .'
' '' '-' --' -' : is. s ''' I The defense bad no witnesses to ,, -', .,-- ,' .... , inWhat, price: would. begivert; for
7' H Of Isthmian,- Js... call other, than the defendant,. From ',Chagrs- '-----, ti C fl -Recor s -''.- - --,
. ea ing. or,- ew i ana .. ra lc,
'1 '1950' H di .: F
their, sugar in (British ,markets. , ,-. . ,,..' ,, : .. ,. .. .. . .,... .., .. ,,.. r ..., -, ...-.
Fisca D-an' f ' -nd
nr ee ou --
. ,,
- ,,,,,, -. , ,,- Thev, were' gunremelo indifferent ... ,.. :..., y ,: .,,,, ,,, ,..,, ., ,,,,, -, , . ,,, .... , .,. ,
'
'' ' Louis Meillette, execlitive sec- : I ' ' '-.' -' ' to the 'other isisnds, in theSarlh- : "-:
Canal Street's- 'rwo More: cannon from the ' i:- .' A record nambeeol, 7208 commercial 'and governmentrowned ocean go ng s p m ,,
1' hi s ado; ','' : ' ,! . '' '' ','
-,- For Trial.-Return--,
, 2- retary bt the Armed Services De- ,. beam" Historically.: too, the is
hulk- of a vessel which belonged 58 according to official. fir. , 1 .
- ---. Hie Canal transit during the first nine months Of fiscal. year 19 .. . ..,,,,,, .,
'1" C '' ''' ' ''
.. .:. ., partment of the YMCA; is on the R '.0 '.....
epairk-- ause -- t th d ti h 1 t lands i bert-li"le.111. 'en""'" ''
o e arma a of, Bri s p ra e ,,But indoor. air trenstrrt -enti e ures released this week at Balboa Heights., y , . To.CZ, s barge -t- 2
, '..,sthmus for a five-day tour-of ,- ., . Henry Morgan have been found ,'' h : s I ed the 'Canal'.
Thi total, exceeded by 750 the umber of :ocean going .ships,,wh cis, us ., , ;4,,, ;, t ,,, ,, , , .
. '''' ,1 ,.:YMCA facilities.- ' 7 6 . ''l connomie pressure ave made dos- ',
.'''''''' "-e' ''''' '' 3All k'Cl- ,., in the mouth of the : Chagres during a similar period Tait year. ,- :.., ., .. .
,
t 't bl ,. :. '' ' .' 9 ". ''' '' b d ov r tel.
n Int from ocean to ocean dining the past nine inonths, 69 I were "- Ai'deportee was oun e ,,
.. '.' During his stay the Ne, York- ,'. ee osing......, er,um y men a e. ,, , Of the ships ass
River, near El Portete ',,' ,, -,,,,, , , ,... .,.' ",.. ',
. .er 'Will visit top officials 'of the ' ; ', ,,, -.., These guns awe mailer ',.--,
f a' conmerclal a t d 'compared with 6254 commercial and 2114 govern-.
nd 217 governmen owne as ,,.. .., , ... the District Court at Ancon foe
CANADA'S ,,'EXAMPLE :.. t 1 to the-Canal Zone on
' -Armed Forces, and, YMCA clubs Cabal Street in Cristobal will caliber than the ones found pre- .,. , : . , . ;,- ; ment owned during the first nine months of thee lyear 1957.; ,'" .1,-- "; , :,,: ", :',',, - .. ,re urn ng , ,,
-t. us ' ''' be closed to through traffic be.-
, ..,,, ..,-On both sides of the Isthm ,,. viously, but they have the same "-- ' Although the 'number of ships ?us ng
I -the Canal increased this' year the, total cargo April 22, .:, ,,, : , ,'
' i
- i; ., : l'oday, Accompanied by, ;Ar- tween the intersection of Film, characteristics. The 300 e year
,Aiannily, the' fathers or t b e 11 lot! I the nine month period.:, Tonnage carried on both commercial ,, Di the
tarried dropped ,s g y n Cristobal.. Magistrate'S
".',. told tiodgson director of the Avenue and the north end of layer of .rust and sand -on the
, d tio h ve a 'wealth of :
new Fe era n :, a
i and government owned ships came t, ,s6,6 t g s .. .
olt 3 79 963 ion ton as compared with 36,881,534 long Court toda Roman Garzon, 4I-
- ,, '' .1-YMCA ,on the Zone, Meillette Building-No. 1701 for ,three weeks
, guns have made positlye identi experienee in other federate ,
ons during' a similar period last yeai v ..- -' l il 1 year-old-, Panamanian waived waivedi
i waivedi ..1 paid a 'visit to Canal ZOnt GOV. beginning Monday, April 28, tD fication impossible. ' ''' C onweilth 'countries to guide ,1
mem,,,m - ' -, -. :,- -." ,A new March: record foe the num er o e
h ''''' f th transit' by; ne- Can-going COmmeicial sbilis preliminary" hearing.' and ,Prol)..'
1., ....Wiliam E. Potter. : has been announced by he' Ca- ) ,- - .. "'e' '-'" '' - ' ' et last
, ; ; month when there" were 810 transits by ships in h a ca eg y.
t 1 t or This was two able cause, was foulld;:. -4 i., ,,'
g ', He, also Appeared briefly in nars Contract ,and Inspection -The guns were broug ,
ht unbv ',Admittedly there are ',special ,: wu s 1 of 500 Was set, in :MI
I :H.S. District Court at Ancon as Division. ,
,,, ,, It i th federation of is
, ,., : William Kogan and other local difficu les, n e ., IV h d Of 805 transits established last, year. The ,' h 1 g h e 8 t .. Bal , ,
more than the former arc recor
813 mmercial ships used case, ', "1. ,, , ,-, ,,,,
I '-stionthly total was set,: in October 'of last ,year, however, when ce. ,,,, ... .. .
-
a ., ,,,,.. an observer this morning. Traffic will b enrolled on this skin divers with, 'the
aid of Dr. lands separated : by, many mi es , GarzOn is charged "with' re,.,
f ,----..:-,..- loieillette expects to leave 013 section of canal street to per- Tose M. Reverte, d h h 'd n t exist- in the Panama CanaL ',,,,, , ,- r.,,, ,
'rector of the of ocean w le o o , ,,
1 I d' rnment owned turning to the Canal Zone arta
T I 1 t th t taled $3 721 9994 for "both' commerc a an gove
Is or h 'Amon o ,, , ,.
lo -; Friday., This is his first visit to mit the installation. :or,' new Panamanian' Institute p
ot Ills a- countries Zoe Canada for instance. -,": .,- o deportation, on NoV. 27,: 195,7. ,,,,s
' the Canal Zone. ' street slabs. .. ,,' I --- b th various ,provinces are -ships.---,4,,me.,-,,..-,,,,,,.,,,, ,
:.. nio Cultore ', .. .... .. -, :. ", Ivo ere, or, . ,., . ,, , . ., ,,, .. , .,,,.. . i , ,... ., , ,.t .;. ,,,.. ,, . ,,,, ,, ,- ., s
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-' touts Meillatte, execiitive 'aec-1
.
.retary et the Armed Services De De'.
'. De'. lartment of the YMCA. is on the
, sthmus for A five-day tour- of
...YMCA facilities.-
During his stay the NeW York
.er Will Id Sit top officials Of the
-Armed Forces and- YMCA clubs'
;On both sides of the Isthmus.' ,,'
, Today. accompanied by 'Ar 'Ar'
' 'Ar' told Liodgson, 'director of the
4, -YMCA on the' Zone, 'Meillette
.1 paid a visit to Canal ZOnt Gov.
''.;.rtrilliam E. Potter.
, Ile, also appeared briefly in
.1a.S. District Court at Ancon as'
au observer this morning.
Meillette aspects to leave On
Frtclay., This is his tirst visit to
hi Canal Zone.

Of Money (If Trac!ts A,rd Flied

ama Foreign TICE, Ye Yeterday
terday Yeterday afternoon issued the follow.,
ing statement Iry connection with
the 'proposed hilltop surveys for
the possible installation of udar
warning stations fin the Republic
of Panama:
"1-- On March 11 of this year',
the Embassy of the United States
of America requested the Foreign
Office for the necessary authori authorization
zation authorization in order'that certain person.
nel of the Armed Forces of the V,
nited States could carry out cert.
ain studies and technical surveys
of hilltops the names Of which are
not disclosed for defense reasons,
for the purpose of determining if
such sites are adequate for the
installation thereon of radar,equip
ment.
, "2, With the advice of the Na.
tional Council ol Foreign Relations
and after consultation with .the
Ministry oL Government, it was
decided on April 3 $hat the For
eign Office would, cOmmunicate to
the Embassy 0: the Willed States
that, the authorization was being
granted, subject to the Ifollowing
conditions: :.-
,
a e nspec 1011 off the
',"," 'vs t '
hilltops ,be carried, out jointly by
officials of the National Oovero Ooveroment
ment Ooveroment arid of he'' government:, of
the Iloited, States of America.,
Thai' tilt, Government of the
United States, of Arriertri agree 'to

officials of the National 9overn- conclusion, "althouglf ne ne
ment arid of the' government:, of gotiatione have been begun in thisl
the Uoited States of America. administration for a formal agree.
plo That tilt, Government of the ment sites. for.radar,stations,,
United States, of Amertct agree to- the GoVernment efi Panama desir.
pay any damac,1 st ,,mar,betes tolrnake public-th At it trinspiv
caused to iowners pro 'ed by the greatest t)ticlwill' to co.
perty ag, a result of sach technical operate in the defense' of the' Pit,
studies;- and N.. name Canal, in' which, enterprise
:ey That this authorization, does Panama anO, the United States of
not involve any opliigation or Aut. America have vital loterests,,
-dertilking on thi part of thei,.Na.
tional Gov't as,: to the ease or ',, nerlublie of Paoainellos
oecupation, of the aai hilltops or not spared nor will it 'spare zany
effort for -the defense 'Of democri.
,of afiy other area within the jur
cy,' the western, hemisphere and
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114:00001,0eCo:0:::
DijOi'Tjj:OaidIgtlOt,
5:,,P,101:;lif(rts.ii:,:',P.
total of ten siitnesses, !nal&
Ing doctre, were slated to ap appear
pear appear in U.S. District Court at'An at'Ancon
con at'Ancon today in the trial of 'Pana 'Panamanian
manian 'Panamanian truck thiver charged with
involuntary manslaughter.
Called this morning, ithe ease is
expected to continue all day.
,The defendant, Alfredo Marin', IA
accused of parking his dump truck
on a public highway in a traffic
lane, -without any lights, on March
3, ,thereby causing the death of
five passengers on a Panama Panamabound
bound Panamabound wooden-bodied ochiva.
The accident was censidered one
of the worst' traffic crackups in
the Canal Zone in many years.
;I Today in District Court several
women, and children, relatives or
the victims, appeared to listen to
the testimony. '
, Four,men, including the owner
Of the chive, and one woman died
as a resell of 'injuries sustained
when the right side of their vehicle
was ripped off in the accident.
Eduardo Degage, driver of the
chtva WS the first to testify ', in1
court today. lie said be was eriv..
ing from Arraijan towards the fer ferry
ry ferry at 5:45 a.m. on the day of the
accident. It was still dark out, and
another car was approaching from
the ferry towards his chive,
,"His lights blinded me to such
an extent that I didn't see Marin's
truck Until I was almost on it. He
was parked all entirely on t h e
road,' he stated on the sten cf,
through a Spanish intenireter.
Nine otter witnesses listed by
the government are: Jose M. Zu Zus
s Zus Charles M. Little, Walter
Alves, R. Ely, Dr. Richard
Wahl, Dr. Ferrucylo Bertoli,
Howerth, Modesto Garrido And An
tonio Rivera. ,
The defense bad no' witnesses to
call other than the defendant.
,
Canal Street's
'Repairs-Cause'
W' C I 1
. ee asing
Cabal Btreet in Cristobal will
be closed to through traffic
Itween the intersection of Fifth
Avenue and the north end of
Building-No. 1701 for three weeks
beginning' Monday, April 28, it
has been announced by he Ca Canars
nars Canars Contract and Inspection
Division.
Traffic will be euralled on this
section of Canal street to per permit
mit permit the installation 'of new
street slabs. 1

people'

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Its r:217
ii5Obd 1
::','5.thti.Oii.i',:.:
.
isdictional teiritory of the Repub- :
lic. I.' i -,
, 71--From the foregoing,' it niay I
be stated .thit up to the present 1'
there has been granted to the U.
nited States Authorization only. lt
explore, jointly with Panamanian :
of icials, certain hiPtOPs and to de. ;
,termine whether ,these meet the
necessary conditions for the instal. 1
11
lation there of radar' stations. ;
;t,"Should, s ch hilltops prove a. ,.
(lama? for the installation of rad.
ar equipment,the Government of
the United States must make a
formal' reclueest to the Nal. Gel.
ernment to conduct the 'necessary
negotiations !or an agreement on
the use and nccupation of the sites
that may, bl chosen.' t .,
,'"4--- Should the moment' atilve
t negotiate an agreeniento t h e
country' maY rest assured that the
Ministry of Foreign Relations will
act with the best national interests
iil mind. and aftl of now it 'states
that, in accordance 'with our jut,
I idical systern, such 'an agreeinent .,
would have to be eubmitted to the I
National Assembly for is approy, 1
al or disapproval. II,: ,,..",' ,, -,. '',, 1
ed by the greatest t)ticiwill' to.en.
operate in the defense' of the- Pesi
name Canal, in' which', enterprise
Panama anO, the United States of
America have vital lriterests,,
, "1, A
",The ReOblie of Panama Alas
not spared nor will it 'spare zany
effort for -the defense 'Of democri democricy,'
cy,' democricy,' the western, hemisphere and
the Canal, within a lofty plane of
continental solidarittfbased 'Upon
respect to t4 sovereign anclJur,
idicalt equality, of, State10,
,
$,p,..600.01':$':::.Bibii.-:'.,
$.0f.ii':Dii;i'lii'',':Tli
A(.ti;'ol.vSli.6.......,':',.':..'.'
t two.and.onChalf year .; old
)1 an Army sergeant drowned
lentally in the bathtub. of his
$olito home Sunday night, It
learned today.'
e child was identified is Day.
thitheck, son of Sgt. and BIM
h Whitheck. r
cording to USialCARIB &ti &tittles,
ttles, &tittles, Whitbeek was at home
his five chi'dren while his
was awayr when the incident
rred at 7 -
e sergeant -was; bathing' an.
r,one of his children, five.
-old, Gary, and ieft the lath.
for a few Moments. 'While
wall out, Davey apparently
bed onto the tub and drowned
)st immediatel. :
en Whitebeck yeturned to the
'room and found the boy, he
lartificial respiration, ',b u t
y was pronounced dead On
val at the Coco Solo Hospital.
rvivors include his brothers
a' sister, Ross, Gary, 3, Pat,
id Mike,111 months.
meral services for the b 0 Y
be held tomorroit at 1:30 a.m.
he Union Church at Cristobal.
lid will follow at hlt, Hope Cc:
Whitbecit, who la with the
Army Jungle Warfare Train.
Center at Fort Sherman ,lists
.hometown as phelps, ,N e w
Two-More,''British
Canilon, Exhumed
From Chagrs
Two More cannon froM the
hulk of a vessel which belonged
to the armada of, British pirate
Henry Morgan, have been found
in the mouth of the Chagres
River, near El Portete
These guns areoof a smaller
caliber than the ones found pre previously,
viously, previously, but they have the same
characteristics. The NO year
layer of rust and sand on the
guns have made positive 'Identi 'Identification
fication 'Identification Impossible.
The guns were brought up by
William Kosan and other local
ikin diver$ with the aid of Dr.
Tose M. Reverte, director of the
Panamanian Institute of Hispa
Pio Culture, : -.',

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' PANAMA; R: P, TtESDAY,
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',,TODAY; with Princess Margarett left,- in' attend
,eration of the West Indies, tconened ip Port
Posed island colonies (see- Newsma
, progres,s of the West' Indies 'to full self-govern
governments ,will be working together., with th
'more and more Dower. The three other United
.ish. GUlanal, Britishl Honduras, and 4he British
Federation for the time !' -'-''

2,41-0NPON, ',April' 22, 'adjacent 't& one another and ,SeP;
OttrJan 3, thla 'year,,l the &rated only,- by. land frontiera.
Federation: of The West Indies Whoh federalism end -,reoponsefime
!into' existence : end Lord, Iblo Cabinet government wore'
Belles,' ,the .'Gtivernor General, first combined -in Canada ,,,, in
took the oath of office In' Port-of- ,1867, The problems resembled in
SPairt,' another great experiment of some rospe;ts those ter West
a multi-racial 'community, strivin Indies. today. ,7 .1 f
to-dive stogether in -unity t within Sell-governing colonies 'were' re rethe
the rethe 4 Commonweillth togan---.4Z4 lucteet 'tosubmerge, their
The ids" ratiok; el, Vcs complotely.-is." new tomnre.
',:this,,,West -limiters, territories Lis hensive unit.;
' nos Thor Tbere'vere econmit
long Ago''aS 1A70, 'an ounine- nd racial divisionr toe with la
tessful attempt was Made to,join wide cultural cleavage between
, the, Winclward,', Islands grouvond ,tnglish-speaking and Freath
illarbados, In, se.federal UniOn; and Speaking peoples, '' : ',p
in the years between,- the ,,, -two Yet in. Cenada federation
World Wars,' proposals for closer Proved; the ,workable solution ',' to
union bf7the, colonies of the, Wes those difficulties, and from ,time
Indies ,,vrere frequently,, put for- to tine 'new regions haye been
' e e'r added the original p federated
t But, ,11,,the Royal' Cemmission Provinces -1,-70, the Western prairies,
of '',1933-1929 '.'reported,4 the ,'Ittme the ,Pacific," coast. and, as recent,
Wes ,noVripe: '-' A.949,-, the; )slanci of New.

...OIFFICULTIES OVERCOME
on4 of ;the greai. -difflcultie
Was the almost complete isolation
of, the Welt 'Indian group frott
one ,,another, largely because of
poonf infer-island trahsport,
.4,. The, war years 1939 to
11145,'howovar,, broke .down this,
barrier., Intel...island air
'os-holgod to establish personal
contacts,, and tho pimples' ,,of
tho ,Caribboan, through...the ere.-
alion.,of regional Institutions, bed
came atuatomod to working to.
; pother- on common problems.. f,
'It'',Was' not surpiising 'therefore
after tile', war the lederation of
the territories became practical
, ; .,
' At the tonference on the Closer
Amociation ,of the 'BritiSh West
Indian Colonies, held at Montego
Bay,fit 'September 1949. the blue
print lt. federation began to take
' But Jhe, path ,to federation has
not beeti',easy. In e the past 11
years no' fewer. than six :commit-,
teetoor cornmissilms have vomit,
ed the problems involved, and the
general issue been rye time
before the,' individual ,,, Caribbean
territories.' t,
A 'etionte at the. map'; shoWS
'-fhat while, from COMMOn COMMOnmtnit
mtnit COMMOnmtnit 'ypelpt of view, federation
was 'thel obvious answee,..; to a
group' ef islands producing the
same'? cropti and feced
toms, .111ev geographical clifficul.
lems,"the eeorgrephical difficuL
Nes werc Immense. 1
'The ,Vest fndies 'cover. vast
esnanse of ocean.' The' distance
between: the two 'major ittands
in,7the;grouo,', Jamaica and Trihi Trihidach
dach Trihidach is1000 miles..
' onty a century or so 'ago -,:the
planters of Jamaica. Antigua or
Barbados' were chiefly Interested
in What price wnuld be given' for'
their, sugar in (British markets.
They were' sunremelv indifferent
to the other islands in theCarihbean.-
Historically, too, the is islands
lands islands had little in 'common,
',But toda7 air trarAnort end e
ionnomic pressure have made (los (loser,unity
er,unity (loser,unity '' 1- CANADA'S EXAMPLE
Irapoi ly,, the fathers or t b e
new Federation have a wealth of
exoerienee' in other federated
Commonwealth countpies to guide
Admittedly, there are special
difficulties in the federation of is
lands separated by many miles
of ocean which do not exist in
1 countries lam Canada for instance.
where-, the, various provinces are

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ancei the legislature of a new nation, The Ved Vedof
of Vedof Spain, Trinidad. For the new riaLloh, corn corn114
114 corn114 the legislature marks the final stage In the
aunt. For a while the British and Federation
e Federation government gradually taking over
Kingdom 'deoendencies in the Coribben, Brit BritVirpyi
Virpyi BritVirpyi 'Islpnds.' have decided not to join the

, Wheh federalism and -,reeponslb
le Cabinet government wori
first combined in Canada !,
1867, the probleme resembled in
some respeets those pof W t,
Indies. today. f
Sell-governing colonies 'were- re reluctaut
luctaut reluctaut to, -submerge, their identi identities
ties identities completely-is." new compre.
hensive unit.;
, There'vere econmie
andracial divisionr too with la
wide ,,cultural cleavage between
the tnglish-speaking 'and Frenth
speaking peoples, :
Yet in. Canada federation his
preyed; the 'workable solution to
those difficulties, and from time
to tine .new regions haye been
added .icr,, the original p federated
provinces the Western prairies,
the "acing! poast. and, ast recent recently
ly recently ,as A.949,-, the; of New.
fonndland.,
There seems to be no reason,
to think that Frterelon will be
at, less successful in the West
,
,,,, AUSTRALIA AND INDIA',
Then. there is the great 'exam;
pie of Australia, whose ,, celonies
' were launched in '1850 on. the ex
peririlent ,of Parliamentary gov government
ernment government by an Act, for the Bet;
ter Government Of Her Majesty's
Anstralian Colonies,.
," In the hundred yeaYs. that bave
missed' gince ,, then there hallo
been modifications in the woe'
as well as in the Sphit of
original institutions. !,,.
The- Commonwealth ',Paths men
in Australia came int6 being in
1901. Before that' date the State
Parliaments bad been surpeme In,
law-making power, hut they- gave
up- certain of 'their powers to, the
new Commonwealth Parliament
Those .limited powers were cm.
bodied in writteutleddral
',
The Indian, Conatitution, which
tame into force Jan.' ,28,.- 1950, IS
a federal one, ,the powers a n d
functions .of Union and comeyent
, States being defined in detail. Dif Difficulties
ficulties Difficulties of language, religion, race
and taste have been e evercome.;
vercome.; evercome.;
More recently still,' federation
has taken rot in : both Centre
and West Africa.
,
, ENCOURAGING PROSPECT
, There, ai elsewhere, men and
women 0 diverse races,' classes
and creeds are finding it possible
tolive and work together, not on only
ly only in their' own particular inter interests,
ests, interests, but in the larger interest of
the Commonwealth as a whole,
and, of course, ,in.the sphere ,,of
world politics. , ,

1950 Heading

., A iricord number'n1,7208 commercial And. governmentrowned ocean going ships made
the Canal transit during the first nine months lif.fiscal year 1958, according to. official. tiv
: ures released this week at Balboa Heights.. ..-. ,
This total.. exceeded ,by 750 the umber of :ocean going ships which Used the 'Canal',
during a similar' period laid year.- r, ., ',, 7, !-
Of the ships passing from ocean to ocean during' the past nine inonthi, 6991 were
commercial and 217 government owned:as compared with .6254 commercial and 2Q4 govern-.
punt owned during' the first nine months of fisca lyear 1957. -0 .'.
,- Although the number of ships,,using -the !Venal increased this' year, the total cargo
tarried droPped .slightiy, in the nine month period.-, Tonnage carried on both commercial,
'and government owned ships came t.a. 36,879,963 long tons as compared with 36,881,534 long
; ions during'a similar period last year. -1
A new March' record for the numher of the transits by' ocean-going,commercial ships
Ives set last month when there were 810 transits by ships in this'. category. This was two
more than the former March record Of 808 transits established last, year. The; highest highest'',rstionthly,
'',rstionthly, highest'',rstionthly, total was set,., in. October "of last leer, however, when 813 ,commercial ships used
the Panama Canal. z i L
Toils for th month ..totaled,13,721,999'for 'both' commercial and4overnment owned
.
,

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Irn Festiretioa ot ,'
'Imo's, The West Indies'

Milos '1
0 200
'
PUERTO
' RICO voGia
t11
TOBAGO
iurry tor
teeeevsor lhe- new Fe 6ra
the Siteceseof, .thi; new f Federa Federaorthe
orthe Federaorthe West Indica.
It is, of course, true cas:,,or
man''Planley, .the Chicit Winister
of ',Ialnaicat' hit publicly ltated)
thlt in, the first five Years,,of its
existence 'the Federation, will lave
to, ',proceed cautiously, (, and '1,that
it Oa bk4largely a case of Ts-,
tienel)lanning Vold .1a,Yloillouta
dations for the future. ,
' Sot. once these foundatiONt 11)10
been 401 and 'truly laid,. the st1-
1,vsofImit of ileAeration should' be beginto
ginto beginto bear,
4,4 4,
''Illat the lea' of these ,,va ill i
,- he, tha Oct that 0 politkal u,
, nit atrone enough to sfand byl
,itealt,,will have leoloced sever. 1
atv romnitnitiesoome, of thorn,
Senati and isolate& , ,
, It ls, A romark,ble loaf thRt-nr.1
ly two ,of the Inflivirtuol welt In Indian,
dian, Indian, tarritostss ,19,,,414(441 1,44t,,,4 4 g
nnenlatien, larger than ,M alto
32n 1n0), 'A., 4,
' Iselatd,' at ,,, 4hey beve blen,
nithfillt fabOn17100n, ',' they have
tenni it dillinit to nlay an, inde,,,
Pen4ont sort in vinri-1 ,a'airy ,,
But now lae the 194S mere!
ranthins of the ,,thim Coleittill
I $acrearY toted). "e, ramonuni,,
ev' of Welt OUltr 1 nAn ttt '04,6,1
in, the Caribbean ,atvla,' hone to'
ituteve real soil pavare"47,
and to be 'Irene anouois, to
tan aaainst scoiI',4ea oriel e411.
tura! pressure, owl to formailotak
prtel esr., 'tho.".411 a" 000ley and
wait of life of 14 ows.","
,71,4 w;th winu.
93' eaih, i,ear relerotion' 00,,r
ooromprlreArthol tioem-4,m
195a 'when the deleoateg 'of 'thlit
aolaltnmonts agreed, -in confer conference
ence conference in London; to, federate.
- '' 1- ,-.;
!t1;4.01;:liidiiritlti:,.,:,.:
Ciiii.:',1Sifil,:y0::,:),;;:: ':.4...
N6ii.': HiO:diiiitirte-r
,.., ...':,.,,,, i.,P ,i J
DJAKAIMV, April 22 (UPI' --
Army headquarters said today the
rebel government had evacuated
its capital of Bukittinggi and had
set up new .militarr still civil
headqnarters -which are limy 'the
principal objectives of the cen
tral government forces.
, Lt., Col. Audy Pirngadle-toh
corresponglents tbat rebel Premier
SjafruddiA Pirawanegara is now
in Batusangkar deep in the", for forbidding
bidding forbidding mountainous country a
few miles south of Sultittingggl
1- ,The rebel military ,command
headquprters,' meanwhile, w a
, shifted to, a point near Solok, fur
1 ther rtofr the south,' Pirngadie said.
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OF SPAIN, Trinidad, April 22 (UP) Princess
Margaret declared 'the' West Indies' legislature 'open to todayformally.lbriagieg
dayformally.lbriagieg todayformally.lbriagieg into existence th! newestmember
of the',Britih Commonwealth," ,, 2: I ,1
Queen Elizabeth's, sister and Gavernor-6elieral Lord
Hanes ,represented the-croWn, 'at the opening of ,the legis:
lature; braving. steminftropiC heat. that sent:temperal
tures,and hiimidity,into the.90'v-,' 7 '1
'The 'cireineny, itta the firs! Ohl nunibir ol'official
functinicheduled for the PrinCess dUring a Six.daystay
here,!.Sheu also isseheduled 'to visit-si yeservoit,: 0 sUgar
fictoiy an,d !he proposed ite of preViacial, town hall, :
tsiewspoprs here fit:Pit:Criticized, the government 'for
the ',dullness of the prOgrani it, laid, oil-for:the Queen's
bectutifuFyoitraer:sister.: 'T A :41 r,,:,, ,LO.
MOgaret esteda iesting up
after. the flightJrai'0 England.' She spinrmo'st pf yester
daeWithiady,H0ile;swmira:ing and Rick0ickiiii et Boos's
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' After alf,uiforinal dinner last ivcitthed a
typicik oragranil,ot,islandititertaininerit
the prfairiatlis oi, a sie?1;talips.balq--en40t:".,4f;:t.', cf
lrii;lit;:74;t0tcd lim1)6i!
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A IV UnemPloyest 7 American penitentiary; one year on each
charged' On three counts of for- ,t '114, -',., -,1 -,i 4 4.4 ,,
very involving VFW checks, tO- The gatint,.. sandy-hitired.de-
day I got 'off" 'with a suspended fendant ,, appeared,,, before D11.-,s;
sentence when he was tried be before
fore before the Al.S., District Court .. at Crowe for forging a 375 ,,,chenii.''
Arleen...-. ,, .,':, '-' r, 1.) --. - which he cashed on March 14.In
'1'1(1 C411rt ,Jrrige Ciuthriee -,,
,The ?42-year-old defendant. the Balboa Commissary: it $37.al..,,
Charles H. Lester pleaded guilty check and nether for s 826;75
to each'of the 'chargeS,'"" 'wh'eh he cashed t the Knights ',
'Assistant District Attrney of Columbus Club on MarCh 16.
Morton Thomson-told, the cenzt Lester orged the. signature of
that,Lester tad been relieved of A. Krankowski; denartment comJ
his,iduties as ,department guar, mender for the' Panama' Canal
termaster of a VFW post atter Department of the ,Vetefans' of
it-, was ctscovered that he had Foreign -Wars, 134 oo-signer,
fored checks totalling $1,600:-, -' It was broneht mit that Lester,.
4, run restitution was Made to who has a wife and two'teen-age
the VFW by the :defendant's ienildren. ) Was -separated ttretn
mother, Thomeon recommend; her, and was living -in pannma
"ed that Lestttr be oenteneed to wi'h a woman- who bore b.'"ri
'' a, total' of three years in the two. children,"-She appeared. in
,,-------- -,,----.,-- 77- cart today carrying! a Whir..
' , .. t -.! k ), PfsfOre. passing sentence:Crowe
AJS Steno Uets No, said 'he felt ; that the; PreVlotis
. ,' offertses which Lester had.com had.comr
r had.comr AA. umwgeuirsNi :Da, n mittel made it, "almoat beyond
b,uotTiwthe 8 the 'point" 'where he Could give
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Atiio'g'ics-'ph's'-:En'ioys
CharWith u e the Klefendant a 'probated see
' tence. J .-- i: ., .
t's'k,"It' it with tonsiderable' re'''
. . The Judge 'said:, ,k -,''''' .''
lu'etance that I m t 1
us mpose a
Club was aghast yesterday,- An enalty on this MAN" but then
SHoRus'ehEorildgi,aBnrdig(aUdeP'lholeo
Pdd d 1
a e I th nk 1 11 rive him an
Edinburg for his autograph., ' opportunity to straighten out."
girl asked the Duke- el
' Officials and a police inspeclor' 't Crowe fixed the penalty at one
rushed to shoo away 'Miss Eliza year in the penitentiary on each
beth Davis,- a. II. S. Embassy, ate- count, but' suspended the sen-
n o g r a p h e r, Sunday, when sheltence ler a 'period:of five years ',
on the following conditions: ..
mwaelkmebderuopf ttohethooe IDouckleubw17 is ,a I
L.. 1). That Lester rehabilitate
nr: l',. aryl tioas not violate any
Club officials ,were in ,a tiZZY 1,1 DI
ot the laws of' Panama' ort,,tha '-
Canal Zone during that time; ,,
Californian, "it's a rule that we
Dorurkye,ttwhaes tvoeldrYthileicep.re'tiy
.2) That' he make complete re4
.(tha' yoyal family), don't give au
stitution within 90 days, and
Wallahs. But it's a very -honor
able custom.", r r t . ,,,i : ,, 3Y That Lester' report 'to-- the
Miss. Davis said it wag a tlwen probation officer4ach month.
It was brought 'out in court
deilul,, experience" lust to -stand
that'Lester had been employed
ne t to the .1)uke; even if she did as a guars:Vat Redman; but Wal
not get his autograph.- '
' separatbd from the service on
. ' MarchlT, 1958 because be wa3
1
., s pips .., . 2 found sleeping on. duty-1 t
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:mother. Thomaon recommend.;
ed, that 1,evcdtr be sentenced to'
a total' of Abree 'years in the
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Deportee Bound ':-
F6r Trial:,,Return
TO CZ'ls Char 6e
A deportee was bound over tO
the District Court at Ancon fos
returning to the Canal Zone on
DI the Cristobal Ntagistrate's
Court todal, Roman Garzon, 4Iyear-old-
Panamanian ,watved
preliminary hbaring. and Prol)''',
able cause VMS tOtirl. II,
Ball of 2500 Was set in thl
Ca
, Garzon is charged with ye,
turning to the Canal Zone arta
deportation on Nov. 27, VAL A'.
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t FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT HAD FAITH IN ,PANAMA,
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Th; story that the United States feels it needs radar sites in the
Itepublic ,Panama for the defense of tht Canal and sends me to
any only Sunday totu'ce tor a look at the treaty articles covering
Isthmian defense.
It is 4'Cadig to Cathay," the story of the long diplomatic strug struggle
gle struggle tor Um Panama Canal, by Capt. Miles P. Dqval, USN, published
in 1940. Its index carries the text of treaties affecting the Canal up
to Unit time. :
l We hear much of alleged infractions of the commercial con.,
nessions the United States has granted to Panama, but very little
of the serious responsibilities for Canal defense which Panama as askumed
kumed askumed in 1936,
44 At the request of Panama the United States gave (In Article
Ibp its guarantee to' maintain the independence of Ahe Ytepublic, and
tertain other rights to The "use occupation and control of lands and
. After lengthy dicussion and negotiation, the following second
oaregraph of Article II was agreed to:
i both governments agrreed that the requirements of fur furAer
Aer furAer lands and waters for the enlargement d the existing features
011ie Canal appears to be improbable, they nevertheless recognize,
'subject to the provisions of Article I and X of this treaty, their joint
obligation to insure the effective and continuous operation al the Ca.
nal and the preservation of its nutrality, and consequently, if, in
,the event of some now unforeseen contingency, the utilization of land
or waters additional to those already employed should be in fact
necessary for the ;maintenance, sanitation, or efficient operation of
thatnnal, or for its effective protection, the Governments of the
;United States of America and the Republic of Panama win- agree
npote,luch measures as it may be necessary to take in order to in inj'euremaintenance,,
j'euremaintenance,, inj'euremaintenance,, sanitation, efficient operation and effective pro protection
tection protection of the Canal, in which the tvto countries are'jointly and vital vitalinterested."
interested." vitalinterested." A,
Article X-reads: tr
"In case of in international conflagra'tion or the existence of
, any threat of aggression which would endanger' the security of the
Republic of Panama or the neutrality or security of the Panama
.Canal, the government of the Unite& States of Americs and the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama vtill take Such measures of prevention and defense
gis they malt consider necessary for the protection of their common
pterests., Any measures, in safeguarding such interests, which it
, !shall appear esseatiab to one government to take, and which may
, faffect the territory under the jurisdiction of the gother government,
svill be the subject of consultation between the two governments.
Presidentst Franklin Roosevelt and Harmodio Arias, during
- ',whose terms Aids treaty was negotiated,'thus set forth their belief'
that Panama as a nation had matured to the extent of being able to
'Assume the responsibilities set forth.
, Roosevelt bad a hard time getting ratification. US Senators felt
thttreatir was dingirous to Canal defense, but Roosevelt put it
' ',through, in the summer in 1939. ''', -
' ,,,First in 1940, domestic political quarre)s in Panama risulted
.nerious delay to pre-war defense construction; again M 1947 they
,caused rejection of a post-war defense site agreement,
- What wW be the story now? Will Panama political leaders of all
Yactiona refrain from using Canal. Isthmian and hemisphere defense
Ineeds as an issue for political tussling?
; Or will they, recognizing a "threat of aggression" none will
,,deny, encourage their government promply to go about the defense
"site Mettesson a' dignified, ton-Rartisat basis for the food of the
fl Pasilt7R lit
71144 WEBER FOR GENERAL

a I never-knew who Maj. Alvin Weber of the Army PX was until
:row. Now 'know that he is a loyal honest American citizen, with
.plenty of shrewdness.
I was all for appointing him to take over the American Embassr
.down here, but find out that Lovelady has been given this job, 'with
.!Wagner ag his assistant, if these two capable fighters svill only stop
;fighting each other and fight the enemy instead,So I ltave decidpd
: !to make Weber chief of all the military fOrlh'S in the dog Zone, In In;eluding
;eluding In;eluding the Marines. We need men like him with backbone enough
snot to sell his cOuntry down the river for foreign medals and favors.
:Instead of lowering Weber's standing with his denunciation, Cry
orllaby" pinned the Medal of Honor on him.
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Major, w y don t you give Cry "Baby" a PX Card so that he
eatt purchase in the Post Exchanges, and maybe he will leave you
ttolone ond not smear you, in the newspapers. One of Ihe tenets of
!Co Ipmgnism Is, you know, "If you can't buy him, them smear hint."
1 '4- Viva Major Weber.
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1 i ''. TOP PROGRAMS
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' I am very much in agreement w the views regarding CM CMfry
fry CMfry fir '
, programs expressed by "Out To Lunch." Since CFN is supposed
;te bring us the top television shows both from an entertainment and
ieultural standpoint, I wonder why this is not done. For example,
.Playhouse 90 has won more "Emmy"' awards than any other, show
!from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. It 'has won
,e,beth the took magazine and Time magazine award as the- best dra draInatia
Inatia draInatia show series on television. Yet inferior dramatic shows
mbound on CM.
i Alfred Hitchcock Presents has won all sorts of awards as the
Ant mystery drama series on TV. Why can't CFN bring us this
'showl , ,,, ', ,,
.t Since th'ere is so little ebolce of cultural and popular entertain-mint
in this area, I certainly believe thlt CFN should do its best
Ito bring us not' just any television show but rather the best pro pro:grams
:grams pro:grams of each type. -, ,

GOD BLESS GORGAS

, oar;
For three years I have been a faithful reader of the one end
enly Mail Box, have read of complaints, praises and what !lots.
In this particadar case I want to register praise and cornmendation
fOr Gorges Hespital, the wonderful doctors, nurses and ward boys.
, 1 RecentlY, for the first time in my life I was adthitted to a hos hos'pital.
'pital. hos'pital. It WAS for a minor operation which I should have had done
isvhen I was one week old instead of 35 years old.
1, Perhaps in the future I may. once again have to be edmitte&to
.a Itospital. If this day ever comes, I hope and pray that the call call'
' call' ber of doctors, nurses and ward boys, compare with that of Gorges.
Bath and everyone of them were fine, pleasant and hospitahle per persons.
sons. persons. Their timely jokes helped to keep morale high.
. Of come there's always that one patient that cannot be satis
tied regardless whether he's fed T-bone steaks or beanS and rice.
But then again, there's one in every crowd.
l I have an II-year-old daughter who has visions of becoMing a
'riurse some day. I'll be very proud it she follows, the footsteps of
I,any tine of.the jive nurses that helped to ,mtke me comfortable
daring my short three-day visit. 4
, May God hless you all, and that includes ,all-the TetieUts I left
!behind Ward14. '

Labor ,N6Ivs
And
-Comment

By VICTOR RIESE!.

BOSTON On the afternoon uf
March 14, it might 'have been
some dish-clattering diner going
out of business near an abandon abandoned
ed abandoned plant, or a work shirt store
with bargains in overalls. But over
in nearby, Mass.,
was local union going out of bustnes--permanently
shutting up
shop because if no longer had a any
ny any memberi. The Ford Assembly
plant had shifted its esluipment
to another' part of the nationand
the local tmion chiefs were unem
ployed, along with their members.

The plant would have moved,
slump or no slump, and the union
officials Islould have had to set
out to look for, other workers to
lead, slump or no slumn- But now
they will find the fields of union
leadership, organizing 'and educa education
tion education jammed with unemployed u union
nion union qfficials and getting more
crowded all the Vim,
Hard tittles are' throwing Union
executives out of work, too.
Dues payments are falling off
and the unions find they must
retrench if they want to stay solv solvent.
ent. solvent. yr
Among the hardast hit, at
course, is tha United Auto Work.
rs Union, lad by Waiter Routh.
er. True, tha union now is worth
some $.15,700,000 in total assets.
.But you lust don't' turn all or
part of your iist worth into cash
.to rids aver the hump when the
road is rough. You try to fin fin,
, fin, -anal your way. :

And the reports are that the
Auto Umot's leaaership nas been
discussing borrowing anywnere
from $2,000,000 to $4,u00,0ou 1.0 tine
it over. It's a sign ot the. times
that Reuther and his colleague,
UAW Secretary Treasurer Linn
Maxey, can have their choice of
banks.
' The union has some $3 000 000
1
in "liquid assets." But these are,
tied up in mOrtage loans to
across the Ian& Also, consi considerable
derable considerable funds were put into)expan into)expansion
sion into)expansion of Solidarity House, the UAW
national headquarters in Detroit.
These mortgages are now being
used for 'collateral ,on loans ,to
operate the union for the next year
or two, There is almst $25,000,000
in the stile fund, 'but this mon-1.
ey can't he tnuched.i.r
Actually, the UAW, foethe mo moment,
ment, moment, is operatint on a -mond).
to-molith cash 'deficit. The 'word
1 is that al least 250,000 members
can no longer pay, dues 18 and
some union, sources actually put
the figure at 400,000. The monthlY
dues payments are $3 per membe
and are sharegl byithe locals ,and
the national dlice4Thia adds up
to a loss across country' of from
$750,000 to $1,200,000 it,' month
That's a lot of operating revenue
to lose. , ;,
Furthermore, there's at least
one very rough month ahead. The
union expects the Big Three, auto
companies to shut up shop for a
bout a month not necessarily
at the same time to give thei
dealers timelo sell the 900,000 cars
now on hand.k This would mean
a further ldss in duis income --
for Almost half a million auto
workers will have to take the fur furlough.

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SO reluctantly' the 1;1110111'i lead
ership has decided to "make ad.
lustments" In Its staff of 600 sm.
ployes on the national office Pay.,
roll. This MUMS layoffs in the
- staff Itself some permanent permanently,
ly, permanently, some until- the pickup ex.
pected within. six months. Any.
where from 100 to 160 will be
affected..'. :
This will, be recommended by
the national' officers tO the union's
Executive Board in a:few days
in Detroit. '

um uniatouni uulCCES LIJ tile 111,11011 S ,:,: 7- -.------- v
Executive Board in a' few days ''' '-------! ' ' snma"A er"'An-"6".. r'....."
in Detroit.. ,,, ,,'-, ,, 'We' were among thelirst person Inst. 'the time advice epplies" to
at the opening matinee of the Los cobrum-lefitico, ,-,, .,, z. -c --,'
Several severance plans have,
been under discussidn! to h-1.. Angeles Dodgers vs the San Fran- .:- ,,z ,-..,,,......- -,. -, ',
,, v t pool Arien 1 e-0 I T v T
else Giants sh8w at the largest ,....,,n ,..... e R' -1'-'". -'''A'
cushion the leyos. One reportel
man stadium we ever became a mi. ";:'","":" r-1Rnef's 'Thirner "..., stm,11
plan is to give the outgoing
crobe in ... Thi capacity. of the ''''s ','" ,t'1". rAhrtis1s. 9,14 ott,,p.
even weeks pay for each year
he'..s been oil the payroll. Another Coliseum in Los Angeles is 101,000 Tall ,Foreheads now, deman,ling
for a football contest and about
proposal is to total all the money
92,500 for a baseball thriller...The
each employe of the union' has
Los Angeles fans got their mon-
earned on the UAW payroll and 4.- SENSATIONAL '
ey's worth tit our opinion)' from
verY first inning when Duke '
give him 11 percent of the total
as severance pay ..- plus three 'the
Snider introduced himself to the.i -, -.) A N' A
N U L
percent interest. , e
Wet Coagters w I t h a ,sizzlino,' ,, ',. '-', I'
' 'rhe proposed perionnel cuts
single ... Some of the, West Coast
,
will hit one man from each re-
snorts writers, asked' this N o w :' 4
gion's educational or Political Ac
Yorker how he felt about, the& Dig
tion Committee. Also a ."servict
Town loging two of it, teams .'..To .' : ..1 -;,, '', 4, '- ,::
representative" in each area. He's'
which The City Slieker told The!
the fellow who helps locals dea Th d ''' 1
with local plants on technical mat Cniintrv Jakes; l'Well. many of ns ' ILI rs ay,
ters. This would account for about will'111111- them 'fr-verr much:- So '-,' ---- -- t '.- -I.
40 officials.' please take them to yolle,,hettets, ''''''APRIL24-..
. treat them gently and with affec.
The rest of the cuts would be tion Ptid rive them Montt, nf 'ff,C 's- t .-. ", 7 i ,
spread across the various nation (Tender, Loving Care)' We Ne ' 4
al union'departments. ,These lay Yorkars will trv mir 11Irnoost to :. '
offs are expected to save the Auto get along with the Brooklyn Bri-Ine t '''
Union's national' treasury any the Hillaw0 yrutmhl, Tzadil City ,.
where from ,a million to a mil Music Hall, The Emoire S t'a t e - Ir
' 41.I 111011 at .'
Doe and ,a half dollars a year. Bitift., '21.! 11. Theocco and the ' ,'- .- 5
. That would take the Union over Stattte of Liberty."' ' - A ', ,' .,'
the hump into what are expected ,. ---,'.',- -,', '' Fittnami' elre- 016r1 '' '
to be more prosperous tinzes next 'Marls Schell Is a diol t. '
fall, '.. , ,:. ,... . ,When a reporte,r askqd :what she

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Ph renlce renlceriniversliv,
riniversliv, renlceriniversliv, of Minnesota tor
Pear's taking over of 'Tonight' as AlMarently, one of Hitler's early is to slow Lie'marriage ra',,e. Mat- taken to tha Nition01 tlettdenw 0(
a tv event naught with snecess, conquests remains secure4 H 1 s lieges' are running about 8 per perI
I perI suppose it's only fair that I don't conquest of the German Mind...II cent limier -a year ago, ol arou id mo.,44 01 fowl-
tbrA0 4lornn mor(6 .cnekrnacti,4,
-,. -Until they arrive,. ,Amerbians
Bel nigh orders
delay in reporting the raar sky- you enjoy music, listen to "Dance 120,000 on an annual basis.I! In te the
at the Brussels Fair have to re rerocket
rocket rerocket is showing definite' signs of Only With Me," from the "Say, br,ef, Cupid, Inc-, is riot showing
descendinv Every month after Darling", shovt ;..The Herild-Tri- dividends... Ordinary Sala towns
Jack took over, the show's rating hune's eyebrovt-booster: "T h e r e tan be as scandaLridden as 1101-
climbed a steadY,' healthy in- are ,296.000 boo' and girls in the lYlvd:If You douht it.I'emember sort to colored pietures to show
crease that inditated the 'way United,Statis tinder eighteen years ,"Pcyton Place:' ,',.,.. .; ,-, .' the achicventerhs or tha Anneriesn
viewers were latching onto it. But of age who, ire married.", ,,,;,,, ',- '' ,,'' -- ,.. ,,,- cockroach in the battle between
,he latest American Research Bu- ,n -- ..-..... ',', Don't -miss Meyer' flerger's flint- 'eask,anclilet. ... ., ,
re'au national rating survey shows ,The dark story of Johnny Stem ertainingSalevepost piece. It" con- -.... ,, - .. , '''.....; ....,:.
that in'illSt oije month Faar's ay. nanato now being brouht to Cergs t4.1, Met(h,iera on tour' ,, i'.,, SCA ot,111G THE TPXPO,YElS
out of thit Stop,
light demonsrates the terrifyino, Thingt ':are not bad 'all over; :, It i'' ,', f ,, ,,,,,'. f,, i 'i, -,, , ,
erage rating' fell back ,to within a . ,
hair of where it stood last Novem. weakness within humans.t Never. was rcoor,e:1 that one corporation Intern:II Revenue officisls, eie
.reac. theless,' therq will bn such sinful just paid $300 million as the first yottiNg ehuowee
ber,,This mirrors the vielver
lion which has been shown in my goings-on as tong as there are men installment On its tax bin. And re- bout two elergyMen and a rm
member a e al i
mail for the past month or so-iThe and wernen ,,, Harrv Truman nov I taxes r p d 011 prof la venue agent who died sit the sanu
correspondehr 'Chorus of oWliat's seems to have no trouble solving ... GatL some of the most popular titne and,,apprrached the heaven.
happened to 'Jack Pear? 'Pear the:problems, he was unable. to entertainers ifi-f-Japan currently-- ly cries tocethen .,
1.4 beginning to act, to act 'at sotye Avilen he was President.:-Jn' ire' imitators of ElviM, Rocknroll ,,,Acterlooking, them' over,,Si.!Dei
thane' he means'it-When ha call, other words. les easiAtt, to Reenvid. with suki-yaki trimmings .4..., Marie er 'first beckencl the tax, collee,thl
-01 himself The King,' etc.;:' has guess thin be rightDictator Not. McDonald received one million $ into ttefiven,' later admitted nth(
grown- too loud and cOnsitent to ser h8 slice; his anti-Aingirican as a divorce settlement,' Undoubt- two
clerics. ,- .
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Avui
ionored; propagandsfWhy? He needs
' '," handout from the Western nation.,
',,"Well, we'Ve been Amin this meaning US. dollars. However
Paar-tieular, road biforet.i, It'ss al- one bild'orit,sl tro'h bn el
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ways the same: '-Jack is off the to our leaderv'The allies you Must
air for, a 'while, develops 'an ap- buy ar. rot worth the CO't Pt ewe
pealing Childlike eir of frightened trice.' Instead of' tutting 'yott mitt
desperStion, lands a joband h&j; bov ern rot Itforih the reel Pt P",
discovered. Bef..re long he be. tribe. Instehd of potting .M611PV 4n,
comes aware he has 40 tents more Notene's 11,,,Is-- there should bl
than he needs. The childlike des a price on his bead.
peration fades in favor of a slick, ,,-
shallow imitation of the bona fide. Onti of NI "molor studios' wit
lose over, 10
The 'beloved' colleagues become
thorns in his side. ers this year A hapti, note in e
"But don't. worry. If Jack con- sol's Omnliony; 1.7.R, eoroorntiooll
tinues on this road to oblivion thn raid more in cosh' divittends in,the
corresnondinet period yetir'
time is sure to come when that first ousear of 1054 tton in thn
extra 40 cents.' will have beet
spent. 4' Then,' just when needs C0"". ,Yinenit'q oftack tho Pn';!-
it most, a new star will appear 'Owen reoreforaTaflon.lworinspi entl.1
On the electronic boritbn, a n dd """'' this re'nnrta.r's e4fews'

we'll have all the fun of "discov., su c -- a mol wor or wortA
ering' Paar whose greatest ta ;;,' 111:"1 11111'1' a 110"" 1")"1"161'
lent is poverty' and greatest ha ..uon't worr boot snollin?, frortl
zardt is success." thatIonf 1,""aot",,115.' (too vivir,.th
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,CI3S muffed 'an" opportunity to
invest in "The Music Man." The
Investment would have given the
network 40 percent of the hit's pro,
fits. CBS is one of the hefty back.
ers 'Al. "My Fair Monev." No tears
Time mag describes Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev as "a wit." Huh? Ile gives
thn Devil the loudest lalighs 1)3-
vid Itose's album of the I'Gigi"
score is worth having around your
ears".4 The debates about who,mr,'
what-tarty is responsible for the
recession isn't. As important as
striving'to revive prosperity., Ora
tory and editorials -may be 'food
thought --, but they don't feed
families The ohboy imote of the
.wenk is 'V. Dardors: "I d not own
a bra. If the weather gets very,
very cold. then maybe I nit' on a
little thin, pair of pantleol.' ,,
Our nuclei'. tests the Central
Bstific renresent a, Massive oper operation.
ation. operation. involves the efforts of
more than 14,000 men .4 The Red7
spout words of peace' they
have neyer 'riven. the world any of
its music, The fact 18 that Abel
Ifreellin is still st war 'with the
Russian people. Slavery. is n t
fleece From colvumtst Bob Wit Witliams',
liams', Witliams', report on ,the Emmy
worde dinner: "Jack l'asr.sat at
table 25, 'with 'Jost Melts a n d
friends. 'utile Dody, Goodman ,sat
at table 11-1..There seemed to In
, more nerinip gwtheritig arnoad Do.
dy, Who looked quite pretty when
it wool All over.- then there were
around Pear. who didn't then it
was all over." Some teinviilon ner nerformers'
formers' nerformers' won:Emmy Awards.' But
Pilot (no steer) seems to .be 'win 'winning
ning 'winning the Enerny ANYar4;'

WITNESS 'ECLIPSE
HONG, KONG (UPIThousinds
of.Hon.g, Kong citizens witnessed
a per.ect view of an, annular
eelpse of thesun here Saturday.,
The eclipse began at 10:12 a.m.
and lasted until after 1:50 p.m.
The, annular eclipse IS a rare
lhenomenon in which the smaller
-Irb of the moon passes complete completey
y completey -within the sun's,,disc? leaving
, ring around it,

WASHINGTON American di diplomats
plomats diplomats rutmed their t.,t!D last
week when they rad a cable
!lasted, across the A tient), c:
"Ilease inform which dish of cock cockroaches
roaches cockroaches broken 4signed)
The cable, signed by the, dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished Secretary ot Stae, per
tained to the death of 36 cock cockroaches
roaches cockroaches sent by the United 'States
to participate in the I3russels
World Fair. , 1
The lowly bugs had been-shipped
to brussels as part of the cold
war between the east and west
To I30Me extent they were to prove
that the USA could xaise bigger
ancl better bugs then are raised
behind the Iron Curtain and
how to raise them. -;
Three shipments 'of cockroaches
were sent to Brussels a -common.
kitchen variety untouched by
science; a puny, pitiful variety in--

roaches fed svith titamins.',
The latter were bugs that the
free world could really be proud,
of healthier, more virulent then
anr 'Communist bug that had to
scroungelor a living in the slave
world. -'"
Furtherrdore, ap interesting
point was being ,made- by these
coctcroaebe Though housewives
regard. cockroaches as parasites,
it seems that cockroaches them.,
selves have parasites. And in the,
cockroaebas whitor 110 recelvn4
aureomycirt, .the parasites had
Kann wh'ch In'nrfAred with
their digestion and made 'them

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comulaioNt:,'"With all dit6,,,r0sPect
to yelw pt,lrmlent, we have always
thought that we led exemRlary
liveq. exhortiogg:om. ,rno,
to do good and abide by the Bible

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Why then does th:s layman, th:s
revenue agent, take preeedeneel"

"What you say may be tril"
agreed St. Peter. "However, this
man has scared hell oui. of more
people then both of you together."
SIDELIGHTS SIDELIGHTSGOV.
GOV. SIDELIGHTSGOV. f3rice Daniel of texas is
running so scared for re.eleetion
that he's almost become a friend
of the people... Careful Sen. Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson and family ride ouch
when they fly froM Texas back
to Washington... Roumanian Mi Minister
nister Minister Silviu Brucan is practicing
what the State Departmentpreachespeople-to,people
friend-
ship. Roumania is now complete completely
ly completely open to American tourists; 'the
Roumanian Dace ensemble wit' ;)
tour the USA -this fall; the Minist Minister
er Minister himself set out to get ,better

jected with-,aureomycin; ,and acquainted with the LISA oy taking
third batch of superdurfer cock a ttip to the west coast. At thel

University of California he visit.
ed the social science department;
his wife, the engineering depart department.
ment. department. Madame Brucan, one of
the most charming memberi
the diplomatic corps, is a grao
duate engineer, specializing itt
petroleum. Texas oilmen offered-,
her a job if she ever leaves di.
plomacy... The State Department
got a break when George Hard- N
son, president of the RailwaY
Clerks, was named chairman, of
the AFL-CIO committee ,on inter interoatiorst
oatiorst interoatiorst affaitp. TIsrrison, a long longtime
time longtime "good will" 'embessnidor for
labor, has trArle-union.friends all
over the wOrld.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
dlo Robert Guggenheim, ex exA
A exA mbassador to Portugal, of the
Guggenheim copper fortune,. boast.
04 ft fr10nes the &her evening'
that he had just helped christen
his great-grandson, "It wa your
great-granddaughter," 'gently re reminded
minded reminded bla wife Polly., ,Milton,
Hill, public relations,man for Ndw

thug Pe A.111411,1 rtabtee,enthsekrn HAI, public relations, man for Ndw ,,,..
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States Istews-Worla Report has snit ther be knew' much about the com.1
and an organizer
was-for, Ilteia 1952 campaign train, who
that the present recessibn da doing'
ted in ominous trtnd: "One
is to slow Lie Ingrelage ra.,,e Mat. taken to the mitional ,aoloomv of got himself all snarled up in tes .
riaget' are running about 8 per- i Sciengea. whiehlaving tin renlace- thrum.), before the Harris Cdminit-
pRreohb.liesm. 1 tional Airlines
cent om.er -a year ago, ol arou A' mo-o.g el howl- soli- rush orders tee regarding wire pulling for C,
120,000 on an annual basis." In tn the irIniversit.v, of Minnesota tor Eel 10 in Miami, will probably not
liner,' Cupid, Inc., is riot showing thrA0 4lfwen more ,enekrnaettes., face a grand jury.investigation for
dividends. Ordinary sniall towns Ibitil they areive; Amerbians possible perjury.- Attorney Gener Genertan
tan Genertan be as scandat.riddon as Ho!. at the BrusselsFair have to re- ,a1 Rogers 'called a grand .jury on
lywtiod.'lf you doubt it;temember Fort tn colored pietures to show ex-FCCommissioner Mack, a De-
"Peyton "lace," .:',,.., 1 ,-, .' the achievemenhs of the Anieriesn mocraLi Hill boasts that he wre'e
. ,, -, ,...- .-- ... ,,,, - cockroach in the battle between SPeeches for Vice,. President Nixon
- Densi Alias Meyer' aergerl hint- eask.snfililet,,... ., .,,,, -, , It's .interestinq tbst eminlisn
ertainingSatevepost piece. It- con- -.., ". .. ..,..; 6 -': litereture for AOnt....lohn Gif rroin
ceras t.4.,,, Meto;.)era on tour' ,, -'.., SCA tt.1110 THE,,TPX9.YE7t8 '.'"'''t",, .i.eetl,eto'!wilit ... ceno.',Nte
Things ':are' not bad 'all over; :, It ,.'' ,,-; f '-, ..-'',' ',, .', i ''..''z's -I M, Gvernor of-Allibaina, IS tellg
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was repor,ed that dm corboration Internal Revenue efficials,-; iiie.' Circulated as fa0 swaY 101 taliffv,
just paid $300 ,million as the first oottlsg chuOles out of thit tory "itt ,art integrationist state. The,
installment on its tax bilk And re- bout two elergyinen and, a re- literature reads: i'Safegusrd ithe
member, taxes are, paid en profits venue agent who Mel at the same white race and Alabama't sectir sectir...
... sectir... Gad!, some of the most popular titne and,,appreached the heaven. itv -,,- elee't a, native -Alabamsn,
entertainers ITI-r-lialian currentlY ly eatea teeether. .-, ,,', lif-ilone Dentocrat. Pear,Admiral
fare' Imitators of Elvis., ,Rocknroll ,,Arterlooking them' ever,, St.!Del, lobil,C; Crommelltiv" It also 'V. -,,
with sulti.yaki trimmings .4.., Marie er 'first beckonel the tax, collector, vocates freebie the press Inn
McDonald received one million $ into hesven,' later admitted nthe the re'iiinitnist-,Tewish, news qua.
as a divorce settlement,-Undoubt. tw-
,,, clerics. .. , , . rantine.", .' . . ..
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edly, ,the most 'expensive thing in ,', : '' -, .' ,, .. , , ,,,,, .... ,. .. .,., .,
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Crronmelin Wag' kielced ont ,nt
the 'Navy when he ,,mattet weitd
ohatkowl atottrt the Air Forel
the 836 controversy and his liter
abtre Vie Alabama covPrnor is now
distribnted in. Negro voting,
areas in California. ,,

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SGT.: WALTER PLACE of the USARCARIB School bere received a Bronze' Sta Medal for Ara Aralbr
lbr Aralbr from Col. Gines Perez, school commandant, as : his wife,, Irene, watches ?Jthe ceremony.'
Place was given the medal for exemplary. conduct in grotmd combat against the enemy. while
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THE TENTH. ANNUAL. Harbor Defense, Orienta tion School 'was completed last' vyeek ati the,
Naval harbor defense unit, Balboa. -with three Latin American naval -officers' completing', the,
two,week Course in basic harbor defense plannt ng and operation. Shown with. their instructors
are: (1. ta front row) Lt.-, Walter Fernadez Uruguay: Ens. Victor' Manuel Arias Lopez.'
Dominican. Republic:- and Lt. Ebert Hugo, Gras so, ;Uruguay. Instructork,for the two week course
,wer:;(1. to ro, second row)' Chief Boatswain's M ate E. H. Drew, Lt. (J.O.) J.,R. Bishop, and Cdr.
S. Taylr. 15th Naval District harbor 'defen se' officer., (I. tO r.; back- row) ,Warrant Officer,
A; B.-Lanius, 11-.. Smith, and, Lt. J. Miller, Jr., officer in charge,11 the 'Balboa
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AtOVI:STELEVIVON
by Erskine Johnson
NEA Stag Coertspandent

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exe lu.
sively Yours: New movie title:
"Guns, Girls and gangsters." Now
there's a movie proaueer w h o
has everything. Un.e,!.s a rival
comes along and Ann ounc e s,
"Guns, Girls, Gangsters, Monsters
Sapeemen, Popcorn and Brigitte
Bardot."
Yankee film queens, ready to
post warning signs on Hollywood
palm trees reading, "Foreign Ac
tresses Go -Home,a, are destined
for more jobless .days beside
their swimming pools. That's the
word from Director Dick Powell,
who had a chance, be told me, to
cast an American girl with Bob
Mitchum in "The Hunters," a
story of jet fighter pilots in 'Ko
rec.,

'The US., jet' pilot hero weal
married to a 'Japanese girl in the
novel but Dick told me: ,-,
"I figured ono mom Japans",
, herein on tho scroon would
ho ono too 'many." --
Instead of writing "a Brooklyn.
bombshell of a Georgia reach,
into the script, though,, Dick
picked Swedih Import, sexy
May Britt, ior the role- ,
Why? There's 'no big secret. a about
bout about it. Says Dick:.
"We're now making films for
irworld market. The foreign box 1
office controls the siccess ,of
movie, Hollywood's big stars to today
day today are men. So we give them
foreign leading ladies to put zip
into the overseas box office."
Ah, yes; it's been changed
from boy meets, girL Today it's
boy meets foreign .girl. ,
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD,' M r
Jones: Eighteen extras playing
U.S, Marines in "Flag 'Over Ta Tarawa,"
rawa," Tarawa," changed uniforms during
junchand played Japanese sot sotdiers
diers sotdiers in. the afternoon.
Not in ',the script: Film Pro Producer
ducer Producer Ross Hunter, preparing an
off-beat western: "It's going to'
be' so adult the villain is going,
to 'ride a WHITE horse."
i Witnet:The lights On tire
marquee of the Highland Theater
here are blinking: "See David O.
Selznick's three 4 hour memo, 'A
Farewell to Arms: a'
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, DAILY VARIET'rS last ', story'
about Mike Todd, reportinu his
return from Alburplerclue, and
planned departure let ,Nekt York
the following' day, -carried L, this
now qoophetically ironic head headline:
line: headline:
' "MIKE TODD IN OUT."'
,sA local station finally put Clark

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car telecast) trom the theater 1013.1
by at the Hollywood premiere ofl
his new comedy, -Teacher's Pet."
But the outspoken anti-TV movie,
star ignored invitations from a
mistress of ceremonies to "3ay a t
few words."

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I don't know, but the station then
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talking to radio Interviewers.

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review with tho harsh wordage
that "Danny. .sur-cumbod to
what seems to be a "'Groat Ac Actor'
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THE ARMY'S VIEW, I bear,
on Elvis Presley's two years
GI boots instead of blue suede
will be: "Nly personal appearanc.
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ting a new western TV series
titled "Stagecoach." Yup with
some of the same characters
from the 1939 movie which has
been playing honie screens for
several years. "Wagon Train,"
meanwhile, is icling on -location
in Arizona for a change of scen scenery.
ery. scenery. All the shows to date have
been-filmed in San Fernando Val Valley,
ley, Valley, Ward Bond brings his wagons
to San Francisco in ,June," with
writers now worrying a'bout hwere
to go from there. Well, the return
trip, with a kit of characters load loaded
ed loaded down' with gold dust, broken
dreams, etc,, might not be a bad
idea, ,

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ARGENTINE AMBASSADOR AND MRS. ALLPERIN
ENTERTAINED AT DrNNER IN URUGUAY LMBASSY ,,
The Ambassador of Argentine, Mrs. Samuel Allperin,
aria Mrs. Olga AL de Aliperm will be honeTo guests at a
dinner tonight given by the Ambassador of Uruguay Dr. ,,
!, 1 relLt roller' Carrie and Mrs. Carrico. The Argentine Ambas Ambastador
tador Ambastador and his wife will leave ranama shortly for their

Itio-doe -and his wife will les
ltome. ..
t .
t Ai roo -.Officers' Wives '
1:, k
' ttler Lecture On Shelicralf
! !The Albrook Officers' Wive's
: Club enjoyed art interesting dis dis;c(ission
;c(ission dis;c(ission ot shelling and shelicraft
, i given by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wel WelI
I WelI ier at the recent regular monthly
' luncheon held at the Albrook Oi Oi1
1 Oi1 flpers' Club. Mrs. Weller who
4110es the talking" for tne Curua Curua.
. Curua. 1 dot couple acquainted' the group
i briefly with their background. Mr.
,,: 1 W,eller comes from Pennsylvania
- t and was delighted with the beau beau,
, beau, 1 tiful beaches and bells he found
- i in Panama on his retirement here.
, 1 Tllis love of the out-of-doors led
..1, ; to6 hia present hobby.. Tips on
-:- i wtat beaches to comb, how to
, 1 select and process live shells; and
4 sOnautiful display of shell art
, t cOmpleted the program,
i Mr. Weller donated one' of his
I beautiful shell TV lamps, for a
: 1 door prize. The lucky winner was
, 1 Mrs. Donald T. Jones. Winners of
, .1 the other door prizes 'were Mrs.
. 1 Blair E. Nilsson, Mrs. William p.
1 McCarthy, Mrs. Robert, E. Dales
' and Mrs. Miles E. Biirgenheim.--
' ,' ,The luncheon featured a Chinese
' rim planned by .Mr. Edward
' Jl Sass, Jr., Mrs. Joseph P. Leo
' nein and Mrs. J. C. Denson.
-- 1,
Cnstobal, Woman's Club
Will Hold Spring Luncheon
, The Cristobal Woman's Club will

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Hive your favorite tunes &tied by your
favorite disc jockey and get a discount
a
on all records purchased during the
.

-
hold its annual spring luncheon on
Saturday at nooll kne osy room
of the Masonic Building in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Added leatines of the ILIU
cheon will bo a t'asnion show pm pmsented
sented pmsented by club members model,.
ing their own creations and an
esnibition, of oil paintings by the
we 1-known local artist, Marco An AntoLoi.
toLoi. AntoLoi.
,Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. J. F. Keehan at 3.
1932 or Mrs, P. -W. Duncan at
3-1069 before Friday. There will
be no limit to co numnzr of
guests each member may brinu
,
Styles-Wallis Marriags :
In California Announced
Word has been'received here of
the marriage of Miss '-;arol Anne
Styles, laughter of the 4te'
and, Mrs. Bruel W. Styles ot Ga.
tun, to James Richard Nellis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 11..-Nellis,
also former residen,s of --Gatun
now' residing in Burbank. Calif.
The double ring ceremony WEIS pet:
formed in the Church of lAtter
Day Saints in Burbank on March
18. '
Following a mapr trip through
northern Californid, Nevada and
Arizona and a Visit with his par parents
ents parents the young couple will retun
from Los Ange.es by ship. They
will be at home ii.ter May 8 in
the Gavilan Area of Balboa.
Vls tors From States 1
Entorfained
1 Mr. 'and Mrs. William 11. Allen,
of the pth Naval District joined
Mrs.' Eunice Del Ville in Colon
recently to ,meet Dr. and Mrs.
Albert Kushner of Topeka, Kan.
who stopped over in Panama a.'
board the SS Cungsholm. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Del voile'
were guests of the Kushners a aboard
board aboard ship and later went on, a
sight-seeing tour of the Atlantic
aide.
The Ktishhbii-r
frinds of ,ColotWilliairi llornish
fromer adjutant', t, general. with
1g;ARCARIB. -"
YMCA Exacutivo Secretary SecretaryVisiting
Visiting SecretaryVisiting On Isthmus
Meillette, ExecutiVe Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of the Armed or c es
YMCA., arrived on thsA Isthmus'
last week:end frinn YorkMr.
Aleillette in here hi connec,,,,o14wili
his work with the local 'YMCA

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anama

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Miss Hannah Levin Guest
tit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dia Mond
-Mr. anu airs: iiiier ijiM111011t.
1 of ranama -nave dis tneir noose
auest tius weet, Alin Hannah Le Levin
vin Levin of New kora city. ittisa 1,tvin,
wno is supervisor ot recreational
anu community activities in the
Bureau cot Community Education
o the New York Board ot tunes tunestion,
tion, tunestion, stopPed in Panama eh route
to Trinivad. She and Mrs. Diam
ond were chibilood ir.ends.
Harnett and 1Junn
,Dance Jambora-s s
, bsudents trom the Harnett and
Dunn ballroom ,dance class trom
Cristobal wi i have their jamboree
Friday night at the Cristobal
YMCA.. rarents 'are invited to
watch the fun and see how their
youngsters have progressed. I
,---Jimmy Dunn will be master o:
ceremonies for the, evening. The
jumbr nots and hostesses will be
Laura Strongman, John Waineot
Julia Shipley, and Clarles Mc McUdall.
Udall. McUdall. tittsy trensley and Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Hannegan will be judges tor
the evening., ,' ,, ., ..t
Mr. and Mrs. Steinberg : , i'
'Parents of Son ,' '.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Steinberg of
Peekski I, N.Y. aneOUDee the birth
ort April 17. Mrs. Steinberg is the
daugnter of Rabbi and Mrs. Na Nathan
than Nathan Witkin of Balboa.
Dr., Doroihy Mdody Will :
Address St. Luke's Auxiliary
'Dr, Dorothy Moodywill speak
on "What Religion Means to the
College. Student", when. she f ad.
'dresses the. Women's Auxiliary ,of
the,Cathedral of St. Luke in An An-
- An- con next Monday evening. The
meeting will be held at 7:30 p.
nt. in Bishop Morris Hall.'
1-Visiting International
1 Lions Member Honored
I. Members 'of the Liees Club and
their wives will be hosts at a
Icncheon in the Golf Club today
honoring Leon Pinnies Davis, 3rd
1 vice-president of 'Lions Interna Interna,
, Interna, tional who is visiting on the Isth.
'
,

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is a trademsek
of the
onaasts of
Campbell's Soups.

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, The juices of il different gerden
fresh vegetables are blended kite
', this famous drink. You'll love its
lively ,flavor, and thrive on its
' ,vitemin,pecked goodness."At
f mealtime or between mealsV-8
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7 gives you the refreshment
- l'ou "faPt. end the non:10)i'
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does soutotilmil lei people who de thimpop

- 7 tails tiaticilorr lactusioa ale Ibis'
ialuma shoal& ba submitted la'
finis-written ham sad mailad ea
the bea aumbarclisted daily la 'So 'Sociai
ciai 'Sociai arid Otbarytusar,oeldajivatad
by band lid ih al ia'llaticei,411-
; astatiags gannet be 'accepted by
talrabanc ,
lAWC Beard Members
To Meet' Tomorrow ,
)3ord members and committee
chairmen o.. the, Intel...American
Wmen's Club will meet tomorrow
at 9:30 tho, Tjyolir Guest
pouse. :
Rehearsal For 'Cristobal -,'',
Woman's Club Members
Members of the Cristobal liro,J
man's 'Cub who are..planning to
model their own creations in the
Fashion Show which will be field
at the Club:4 annual luncheon are
asked to attend a rehearsal which
will be held Thursday at 2 p.m.
in the Sky Room of the Masonic
, Building in Cristobal,'
1
' ASKS TEST END ;0,
1 0S1.0, Norway (UP) Albert
Schweltzer, Nobel Peace Prize
winner: and African missionary,
will broadcast three appeals for
, banning nuclear weapons testing
late this month, it Was repotted
here pesterday. He asked the Nor.
1 wegian Broadcasting system to
relay his speeches around ths
world. Schweitzer will make Ile
addresses from his mission hos..
pital in Lambarene, French
Eouatorial Africa, on April 28, 2)
ond 3()., i
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of the departing Post Commander of Fort Clayton recently. Frm left to right are Mesdames
Burr E. AdamS, John CL Wilkerson, George W. Chadderton, Guy M. Watson, James E. Davis,
John P. Ettershank, Fred M. Van Nosdale and George W. Carter. 1 ,-- ,

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NORTHBOUND ,TESTERDAY 'on the last lap of her world crulie that started in' early Jan Januaryi
uaryi Januaryi the Bolland-America Line' cruise liner Statendam cleared froin Cristobal last night
homeward bound for New York. On her .east to west circuit of the globe the Statendam
touched 26 parts, logged more than 32,000 mi Arriving in Balboa' from Acapplca, the big
liner was right on ,schedule. Late yesterday her 270 passengers had time ashore in Colon
tor shopping. The Pacific Steam Navigation Company acted as vagents here for the big
pleasure boat. ,

NEW YORK (UP) A world.
renowned sciptist has spoken out
is a'arm against va spirit of over overconfidence"
confidence" overconfidence" which is e &using
scientists and scientific organize,
tions to belieVe cigaret, smoking
has been proved to be a cause of
lung cancer ilegond quibble or.,
dOubt. -
,'The so-called "proof' is not
proof at all, according to Sir Ron.
ald Fisher; professor y genetics
at Cambridge UniversIty and un unfit
fit unfit recently visiting professor at
Michigan State -University, East
Lansing. The "proof" is statisti.
cal and Sir Ronald's renown is in
statistics. He is often called "the
fSther of modern statistics."1 4
The alarming thing ?about .this
"over confidence," he continued,
is that it blocks scientific re.
search which dould either verity
or destroy the'proof,"! and other
scientific studies that could really
find out why, lung!,cancer .rates
have inceased so 'much-, during
the past '50 years.
,
'4 "The forst effect of that over.
confidence, so far, is that it
seems to have held back the vari.
ous teams of workers," he said.
"...I think nothing but over.
confidence that they had found
the solution, that they had the
game in the bag, could,have pre.
vented them from, followingup
some of the other lines of inquiry
which are much needed."
He pointed to one, facet of the
British Hill t and Doll statistical
studies upon which some of the
case against ,cigaret smoking is
based. In their very first study,
those-statisticians asked both can.
ter patieht and patients with
other diseases, "Do you, inhale"
Surprisingly, there- were fewer in.
halers among the former ,th a n
among the latter. ;

Injects Judgement

On the face of it, you'd think
inhalers would be more prone to
lung cancer than non-inhalers--if
eigaret smoking and lung cancer
trcly are' associated.' So," con continued,
tinued, continued, Sir lionald,."our evidence
about inhaling is imbarrassing
and difficult.: '';,
Another ir-'uiry hi thought, it
was .urgent'fIr .04.mets. to make,
was the part hereditary make
up' of the 'individual plays in his
susceptibility (or lack of it) to
lung cancer. The statistical stud studles
les studles suggested that these 4 genetic
daerences exist, but the sugges suggestions
tions suggestions haven't been followed up.

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He also' was impressed by "the
very striking tact that at the
same level r of clgaret smoking,
dwellers in towns have consider,
ably more lung tancers than
dwellers in,the country." The liill
and Doll reiorts, as well as tilt
Antericatt liammond ,and 0 r,11
reports, showed these'. diterences,
yet don't, know any' extensive
piece of research which hai been
set on foot to get to th bottom of
that important dliference."
Sir Ronald set forth his view$
, Michigan State University's
"Centennial Review of Arts -and
Science.11 , ,

navy To Promote
Rickover, Extend

Term Of Serylce-: --
, WASHINGTON (UP)The'Navy
is expected to pr om ol e Rear
Adm. Hyman G, Rickover and ex.-
tend hit term of service to head
off a brewing coligressional stem
over' the outspoken little "father"
of the atom submarine. s
Informed Navy sources said
they would "not be surprised" if
a move were I afoot i to promote
Rickover to vice admiral: and
keep him on duty longer than his
normal tour. : ,
1"11e't done a belluva job and
Insides -we have to live with those
ellows up there (in 'Congress)."
the sources told the United PresS.
This word ,came after a mem.
her of the Joint Congressional
Atomic P.nergy Committee said a
number of congressmen were
ready to "pressure" the Navy to
promote Alckover and keep him
on the job. He said "speeches and
publicity" were lined up in the
fight' for Ilickover and pressure
was planned in "the field of tip.
prooriations." -- - ,
This congressman was among
those who forced a promotion
from captain to rear admiral for 1
Rickover in 1953 when tho Navy
wanted to retire him.-- ---- --,,:
, In the normal course of events,
(4,L
Rickover, who is rate for engi.
neering duty only, wo d be re.
tired at the end of a s en.year,
tour June 30, 1960, a Navy spokes.
man said. ,
As a -vice admiral. however, be
could serve until -1962 and then
continue beond tbst este with
the approval of the President and
Congress. .- ;,
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TANK E RS COLLID 1

SUEZ (UP) The 28.000-ton
American tanker World Beauty
collidett yeitterday In Suez harbor
with the Liberian registry tanker
Andres Sprinps, The vevsels were
renorted to have incurred only
noht, davitto. The Andros
Soringb) a 23,000-ton tanker, was
waitinct in port here to enter the
Suez Canal en route to the Per Persipn,
sipn, Persipn, Gulf when the collision occurred.-
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'
,VOLCANO ERUPTING
CATkNIA, Sicily (UP) The
Mt. Etna VOICSTIO poured ore
smoke and lava into the skies
Yesterday in a continuing eruption
that was described as normal.
The er"ntinn boleti late last
weerbfficiali iaid the.locat;vul;
canological Institute said there
were no grounds for anxiety that
the eruntion plight develop into; at
major upheatal.

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whowl you Ire -e house
guest, your bostesepfterl',to, give
you breakfast after she has set
ed breakfast to the family
gotten them i:Off ,a to work and
sehool.-44 1,ent Chests are. she
knoWs fityvilffIbt etier
So don't insist it is to6 much
trouble for her to prepare two
breakfasts.
, it were; she probablY
wouldn't have suggested it.

MONTE CARLO, Monaco (UP)
They baptized Prince Albert,
heir to the. ancient' throne of
Monaco, Sunday 'and everybody
was happy but the Dockers DockersBritain's
Britain's DockersBritain's Sir Bernard and Lady
Docker left Monaco in a huff be because
cause because they could not wangle; an
invitation for their son to pal,
ate party celebrating the bap baptisini,
tisini, baptisini,

tismi,

, "It's .too late for apologies,"
thundered Sir Bernard at a has.
tily.called press conference at a
hotel in nearby Cannes. He indi indicated
cated indicated he would not accept',an
apology even if Prince Rainier
and Princess Grate Mered one.
The industrialist said, he and
Lady, Docker Were invited' ten
days ago to palate reception
following the baptism', They flew
in Friday with Lance, 19.year-old
son of Lady .Docker by a pre.
.vious marriage.
"Wetook two gifts to the pal palace
ace palace the day we arrived," said Sir
Bernard. "Lady Docker and
gave a watch, my' son gave a
silver Then they asked if
Lance's name might not be added
to their invitation.,
AlVe were shunted from office
to office," Sir Bernard said. "Fi "Finally
nally "Finally we, got to Princess Grace's
secretary who told ue she would
ask the princess." But po word
came and lhey kit for Cannes,
25 miles-away. 1
'The baptisnrwebt of! without a
h4h and Prince Albert was bap.'
tized.in the same white robe WOrn
by his father 33 years ago and
his sister 13 months ago.

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TAMARA TOUMANOVA, star of, classical ballet, who will br
, presented ,in the National Theatre in mo periormances on
May 6 and 7 according to an announcement by Espectaculos
Lugar aand Co., producers and prOmoters in Panama. T
ballet dancerrs appearanceo under the sponsorsnip of the Pe-'-
partment of Pine Arts and Publications of the Depariment of
Education promises to be one of, the outstanding artiala
performances to be presented in the city.

liMMONNUOMMOPER

,
GIRLS don't waste -yottr time
Who takes 'yott but' just to 'talk,
-about girl who has-given him
the gate.' If all he wants is a
builtLup .rowt, a' gool, teuer, let
him find IlYMPOIY,blior,ne?4ete,
else. 7
, Who is a ,Ailker, .instead. bf
doer-e.he kind ,who,,,is 11111,', 01:4
impossible schemes for inakingt
money without,working for it. "-I
,.,Who, triett4,to make yott jealous
by- talking-about-other-44111s, or 1.
who has such a roving eye 'he
can't ,,contentrate on Tou
whole evening,
'',Whoir is fO, eyeleal he: 'doesn't
trust. anyond and seems to: think
everyone is out to gyp
Who has a low opinion of woni wonien
en wonien In ,,tenerrle, toseures you
that 3ou erg (,,rdifferent. from? the
test'. t
Who has an ungovernable, tem tem,
, tem, tier, but is so sweet when he rea rea1
1 rea1 tO, make up that he is irresis irresistible.,
tible., irresistible., ,

,
Lvds.
la CMIne -Wins
'Slide fleet,
Award From Club
The' Disblo-tsmira Clitb's sue.
dal awsrd for tho trip slide
of filo, Yeer went to MiRs Lyrit't
Czanek las', week when her color
atiee of a scone in Gvatomala was
selected as tho honor picture.
!Ake Atitlan was taken on a club
nhltoltioSnrs a:zdarttte'ls4. nho'olranh of
tin Mav
57. The slide was selected 10 best
of tho show from one honored and
ten Slide entered by' club mem memberik
berik memberik in tho entnnetition.
Miss Czapek, who I's etriployed
sm a draftsman with the Panto"
Canal 'Comnany, has won severt
awsrds for her photograohic work
both tn Pio loonl club and in the U.

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,.
WHO thinks he is too' good for
his Job, but seems content to take ,,,
his dissatisfaction out ,in lowrat
ing his bossf' the firm and feel-
ing 'unappreciated, instead tof 'mak.
ing plans to. get out and tackle
lomething 'hew. ".,', '- '''' '4 '14:-',' '''''-!
. Whe it sO.1 possetsive' he iceiii... ,,
es IyOU of flirtinglif 'yOtt Stem lo
enJoy talking 4.to anyone but' hart., I
',Who is perfectly ,Coreent to, Sit ',
around your house night '' after
night,' but ' seerns,,,reluc:ant- -..to.-, I
take you' anywhere that inigh t' I
-coa it a IlltleTitfoneri 7-7- ,--4'.. -.,',
Who is ,so ,,moOdy yoq -nevor
'know whether lie will, be onj" tot :
of the 'world or .. down in', the
dumps. ,.. ,. ----- ,, : i...'- '.,A2' .1, ',, '
, Who seems ld want your ,: syriii
1
patlit, more ,,than' your. admirati9n :
and respect. ,. - ,''.-;
It's foolish' for a ''girl to ',waster
time on these typet., For if they
are interer.ted in matrimony tani
often 'they aren't) they are kilte4
iy to 'Take ,poor' husbands. ', .:.'i ',....

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leave for Mexico and Europe in.
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1 r -aria Mrs. Olga AL de Allperin will be honoren guests at a
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Simdents from the Harnett and ' ' ; "- ' .- ' I ''. ' '- -- ',. -
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hly ing their own creations and an Dwin ballroom .dance class trom I-IS ARMY. GARRISON Wives who were hostesses' tt, It tea honoring' Mrs. Walter Kilillae; wife
Di. esnibition of oit paintings by the Cristobal wit nave their jamboree of the deParting Post Commander of Fort Clayton recently. Frm left to right are Mesdames
rho we I.known local artist, Marco An. -Friday night at the C r i s t o b al Burr E. AdamS, John G. Wilkerson, George W. Chadderton; Guy M.. Watson,: James E. 'Davis, ::.. .,
in. toLoi. . - -..- -- ,' ymeit., rarents 'are invited to John P. Ettershank, Fred M. Van Nosdale and George W. Carter. ,,' ; :-. ,
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1 Mr..and Mrs. William 11. Allen i Lions Member Honored OUND'ICES'i Elt'D'AY 'on the as ap of her wor d cru se hat s arted in ear y an anuaryi,
uaryi, anuaryi, the Holland-America Line' cruise liner Btatendam cleared froln Cristobal last night
' homeward bound for New York. On her .east to west circuit of the globe the Statendam
touched 26 parts, logged more than -32,000 mi les,- Arriving in Balboa. from Acapplco, the big ..
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, 1 Mrs. Eunice Del Ville in Colon their wives will be hosts at a
',i recently to ,meet Dr. and Mrs. Icncheon in the Golf Club tod
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' 't of the -- ay liner was right on ,schedule. Late yesterday her 270 passengers had time ashore in Colon
for shopping. The Pacific Steam NavIgation Company acted as vagents here for .the big
pleasure boat. - , ,
Albert Kushner of Topeka, Kan. honoring Leon Pinnies Davis, 3rd ' 1,
, who top o n Panama a.- vice-president of Lions Interna- ', t 6 0 B f ,., ............ 0 if He is On This List :,-
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ts is a mg unappreciated, instead tyf 'mak.
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, l .i ', 1 ,. . fromer adjutantt, r, general': with' ',', te, ,-------- ,,;,- ,,..,,--i,,:,.;,,,6',,..,,,, .;. ', 9., ,, ., - ''''. buildup ,rorn, a, gaol 1) tenet., let ing: plans to, get out and tame
, ...;.! 1 .,t I' ' U&ARCARIB. - ,- .. ',.; --, ,, ,., ..:', :, ,-. .--, ',,i, ''",, NEW YORlt (UP) -A -world.' He also was impressed b 'the f. 4 1 ,6, 41",,,,t,4A , ,,, 6 . .,, ..,,,,,, -1.1,,,, ; 4- e
' him ',find SYMPAhY;kil-aamew4et',1 'omething hew. ,, ,,,- ....
I 1" ''' ' ' ' '' '- ' ' -"--" ' t ''. .0-n v..., ,' ,, ,, t, .-,,; renowned seie,ntiSt has spoken out very striking fact that at the ''' , ..11ri , I .. ,L :,..' ,L", ''', Wha i' SO 'Iposseive', lit Scent.:
about a girl who .hati ,
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. YMCA Executive Secretary- ),,,,,- ,. , ', ''' .;'' ,';', s' ,' !, 11 -;. '
' in a'arm against va spirit of over- same level of clgaret smoking, ''
sillt ' ' t d' Of '' 'es ),(iii of 'flirtin,' if 'you Stom 'to
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'''1,, ''' ' '. '', Visiting On Isthmus ,,, : .',;,-, it. -r I, Y. Lash notice4eir Inausie 'I it'
. it I 11. confidenco" 12' h is bausing dwellers 'in towns have consider, ,..., ',
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,he kinei ,, woo, ,is. full. n 01 anyone but' him.,
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iolume shoal& be ,. ub e le' en st and scientific -organize,- ably more lung tancers t h a n -. , IN ., oe
I ; h s for Making '' Who is '' perfectly tori',ent to, Sit ',;'
' Who ,is a Aelker,,ille.ea ,, .( ., b
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,.1 ,, I eretary of the Armed ,)'0 r c e s tiles-written tom and mailed se. tions to belieVe cigaret, smoidng dwellers inthe country." The, Hill,- a& thout working for it. ',.1 around your house night a ter
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' tr, ',.. ''. t'l-Ak!"11,1,.0"!'li)13r.,40.7'-e '-';',,t YMCA, Arrived on ,the',7- Isthmus Abe box eurebsOisted daily le 'So- has been proved to be a cause of and DOB: reports,, as well as tht ., ,,, .... I ,,, ,,,
....i ari- Otberwiser ordeiiveted lung ut seems,,,reluc,ant, 01,;,,
, impossib e sc eine , , ,, t
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',,', '. : t ..1 tt' 0,1 '''''r'L'IC; ,4'-' '''., A:i t i last week:end frinu Neuf Yorlc.,Mr. .la ,I
id onnec 0.fl' will' ire' livid lii ili. Ili A tigeticei,stt- dOubt.cancer litiond quibble org American Hammond and 14 er,A ..!, onP, 1112,t,' i ,... hy-talking,,,abotit,,,other-girlsk or take yon",anywliere that. In i g h t
'' ' i'ari''',Ii-'ite !Ft161.1",''',''''' I Meillette in here
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-' , , , 1 his work wit1,1, tbe, local .e.YlkiCA. ; meetings gannet be 'accepted by The ,so.called "proof't is n0f, Yet I
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can't stoncentrate,On YOU ,nfor.,,,',s ,; Whit is so ,moOdy yoq .beyer,; ,,
- 4, :, ,:,' .- telephone. '.,, - ---,1, t; -- ,.,, proof at all, according to Sh' Ron.
, piece of research which Mtn been : ,,"',,,. ,, ...
'''' whole".evening, ',, - ?.. know whether lie will, be on j! lot
' who has such a roving eye he coast a .11,..tle moner. .. --, ,-,-4.,,
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set On foot to get to the bottom Of 'IF, when', you i Are -a ', house ,,,whn: is ,e0.eytiteal he, :doesn't of the 'world .br,,,down in',2 tile
lAWC Board Members, , A
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gues yo o, es tills!), anyon sin seems 9,, : '' , ," ''.'
ri . A 1 '' , . . To Meet' Tomorrow : '''''', :,',- tit tl visiting professor at Sir Ronald set forth his viewt
at Cambridge Universlty and un- that important dliference." ,,
recen y out :to
i I il' - ,' ....- , ,, , .. .. A em ers an committee Michigan State -University, East lit g
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- 5 ed breakfast to the family a Who has 'a low opinion of worn. pathr., more nthan' your: admiratien :
o . ,, '1 chairmen, 0,, the ,,intee.American Lansing.' The ."Proof" is statisti. "Centennial Review of, Arts -aud, Yo breakfast after she las
gotten them i Off ',Ito '' "1 sni 'on in tenerell hot-. eseures2,a you and respect. , . , .. '.
gyp hun.,-",,'., n Who seems to want your ,, aym.1
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I ' -LISTEll TO TIIE LATEST RECORDS' ? !n. r c !in5 1 nald s renown is in Science;11... ..,, .' ,,n A school-438, 014 Cheses are
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),,thsit way, lest, y el.-, t ,:. ". ; ; -' ,. ,., It a foolisn' for 'a girl to waster
I "-."? l'',,-' ,, ''..1-- :' ,' ,r, ,t w.-,' t '. ..',...4,', 4' ,', 4" ',, - i' ,.'.; vi '','., a s'' i father, of modern statistics."..,-
So donl insist it is too m u c h Who has an ungovernable tem-
time ,on these typeS., For-if thet
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4 ilavy To- Prolilote trouble' for her to prepare two tier, but is so sweet when he rea- are interer.ted in matrimony, (ani
f .. ,, ,,,,, ,, ,, , .. rv. 'Iv,- .; ,, ,,, Rehearsal For 'Cristobal -,'', ',.'
, 0, ,, over ' "over ,confidence," ne continued, ., . hreakfasts. . ., i often 'the ; aren't) they are I ke4
F I thr to, make ,up that. be is irres, s. y ,, ,i ,
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, 4 , -. , ,, .,. : , , ,, ,, ,- Members of the Cristobal Wo. search which doultt 'either' verity n. -, '. ,, II it .., were; ,. she probe y ,,.
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1 .4: , ., ,, ,. , man's 'Cub who are.,planning to or destroy the'proof and other wouldn't have 1,uggested it. ; ., 7 ' .. ,' , 0 ' I ' ' ' ';' :
model their own creations in the scientific studies that could really
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PFAFF' ,,ewinst- Machine
1 4 yo U R commuNITy, Fashion Show which will be held find out why-, ,lung .1,, cancer rates Term Of Ser
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-7 --,-!!--2.2t tne past bo years. WASHINGTON (UP)The 'Navy LgC --,
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th" 11,as:o'nmic ,c4'04111"illideenvoTst effect of that over,. lAsdmex.plieeytmedantOchpRricokMovoer't eendlteeart.., menace
. , ruirdliengskz ICliTsmtobal. ce so far, is that it
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seems to have held back the van. tend hit term of service to head
brewing coligressional stem wilh - Award From Club
aniers
, , ASKS TEST END, ;,e, ' Ous teams of workers," he said. oft a.
4 4
1 .0SLO, Norway (UP) Albert think nothing but over. the outspoken little "father"
o the atom submarine.
ovfer
1 Sehwoh7or Nnhal Pg.A. o,.;-Iconlideses that they had found of filo Yeer welt to MiRs
R zaennTaPibt:wperPdmitrrat 41'4'1'; ssirrif4

. Scliw-ett-ier-,"7-NO-1;e1'-ieace Frsi-ze-coolidesee that thei bad found of the atom submarine. .- s , o' eE the., Yeer went to awls LYrill 7,1'... s's '''. r's'
S S I; reng.hen rel
,., 4 ''',, winner, and African misionary, the solution, that they had the Informed Navy sources said
broadcast three appeals for
.
840 Kcs. game in the bag, could,have pre. s move were t afoot I to promote
they would "not be surprised" if '.MONTE CARLO, mooaeo (up) Cstziseneeokt laaa5towneeettin wahveantlbmearlacowlears
s r butor of P
1090 Kcs, will
banning nuclear weapons testing vented them from, followingup
Rickover to vice admiral: heir to the. ancient throne of selected as the honor picture.
They baptized Prince Albert, litratolpfliciann:oloorimdt.
this month, it Was reported some of the other lines of inquiry
' PANAMA COLON late tory in Germai
, !Ake Atitlan was taken on a club
, , here pesterday. He asked the Nor. which are much needed." ''' .,. keep him on duty longer than his was happy but the Dockers.
and monaeo, Sunday 'and everybody nhltoltiosnrs a:lacprit:e'ls4. tnrhinotoinft,rmanahv in:
leave for Mexic,
,
.., i, , wegian Broadcasting system to He pointed to one. facet of the n.
ormal tour. : .. -. Britain's Sir Bernard and Lady
, .1"He't done a helluva job and
, . --, relay his speeches around th9 British Hill t, and Doll statistical
is ellows up there (in 'Congress)on
, ' -' world. Schweitzer will make The studies upon which some of the Pesides -we have to live with those cause the could not wangle ,'an of the show from one honored and
.1 ,
, Broadcasting directly from the
addresses from his mission hem.. case against ,eigaret emoktog y
' pal, ten slide entered by' club mem- extended star
Docker left mongeo to a huff be- 57. The slide was selected ItS best aremleawindlnYs'plAa'nhii
thr.s.ources told the United Press. 1 h b berg in the eemnetition.
sit?gn ttt)ei al)- ,-, . '.
niint in tomhstrano rrtinoh based. In their very first studY inevaitantiaorntyfortetehberirat

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, '--- --- --"----"-' ---- those-statisticians asked both can. Inited State . ,
ber of :', the Joint Congressional a
Tins word ,came after a mem. ii-sm- i'. 7 , iiss Lzape WhO f. emp oye
Eouatorial Africa, on April 28, 2) -''' ; 4- , as a draftsman with the Panam. :, A p,in'ogranhie field An the San
4 to 30,, , ter patient and patients with
P.n has won severl:Bles Isln$0,1 will be made b,v the
, 4 ,, V ,.., ..i. 1 .,..,,,...--.. .....,.. other diseasest "Do ,SY011, inhale" Atomic' ergy Committee said a
number .,of congressmen were
, t
, 0, , Surprisingly, tutre- we e feweirl tn.
ready to "pr'essure" the Navywto th ndered Sir Bernard at a has. 1"1"
"It's' ", too late for apologies," Conel 'CemneeY
rds for her photogranhic work' Pmateur photographers, on Satur
hntli tn flit leen' club end in the U. day, ,., ., .:: f,, : 4
ta halers among the former ,t a n 11 d r onfetence at a
,
. 1 I ,
,
t ationat e p
. ourse tu among the latter, '. promote D
..ickover and keep
on the job. He said "speeches and
'm hotel tn nearby Cannes.
tiluy.ca e p ess c
H i di
'.4.......m.votiI WOMMOIMI,1110, ,Aor venzr -,,,,kom sio,,,,,,er., ...,,,,,,.',. 4 .,.i
. -, I t
t , lefty were lined up in the
publ
, s I , Injects Judgement apology even : if Prince Reimer :4 -, t
,
planned in '"the field, of al).
and pressure cated he would not accept ,,an -0,--
4
' ' '' ' al y IgOr - ''' .,
and Princess Grate cgfered one. 1
, '... ,:-- . fight.' for" Ilickover
- On the' 'fat '' 'of it you'd think WAS
P The industrialist -, said, he and
, ., ... , , inhalers would be more prone to prooriation , ...
' -. Lady, Docker Were invited' ten
,.--. ,
,
,,
.This congressman was amon -
,
lung cancer than non.inhalersif g days ago to i, palate reception i . ,., a
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,
thus h r d
w o fo ce a promotion
.
' ''". r cigaret smoking and lung cancer -- e following the taptism,t They flew :. :
,
from ea tai to r ar
4 trcly are' associated.' "So," con. p n e admiral for in Friday with Lance, 10-year-old
4 P Rickover in 1953 whe
tinued Sir Ronald "our evidence n the Iv
--evY son of Lady :Docker by a pre-
1 -- ---- '-- --''''' -- '' '-- ------ ''',,'' ; ' about inhaling is embarrassing wanted to retire him. ,, , ious marriage. ,,
Z '1.
' '' V 1. s'. and difficult.: ,, t'', ' f
s3 , A .' N. , 4 ', In the normal cours o
e I event!, "Wetook two gifts to the pal. -, .., :
, On 31 Francisco de la Ossa Avenue , , , A th hi th ht 1 Rickover, who is rate for env. ice the day we arrived," said Sir
IP '' '' 4 '4 no er it uiry oug i
. 4. t .." .." 1 was .urgent rtr ,...44:2ncts, to make, neering duty only, wo d be re. Bernard. "Lady Docker and I '
,
: U OMO e ow ' ' t
- (A t bil R ) --
, was the art th hereditar make
' '", ,' P e Y
, , : y ",,' ',' up' of the 'individual plays in his
tired at the end of a s en.year gave e watch, my son gave a
tour June 30 1900 a
, ,Navy spokes.
silver dish." Then they asked if
.,
,
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I tu -'
, i' '. susceptibility (or lack of it), to la ' Lance's name might not be added
' 11 A M to 12 Noon
.
, ,As a -vice admiral. however, be it t
' f''' lung cancer.: The statistical stud. to their Inv a ion.'
, ,' les suggested that these genetic Could serve, until -1962 and then Awe were shunted from office
continue beyond thst este with
. daerences exist, but the sugges. to office," Sir Bernard said. "Fl
, ..... the approval of the President and nally 'Wp 'got to Princess Grace's
I ',. I
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, very Saturday f , ,---, tions haven4t been followed up.
, ., , , I , ,, ,, , , CongresS. : ;, secretary who told tui she would
.
, )
, imiliii.---4, 1112111mmummom;...e..ms------ ..-6-0-, 4 te ask the princess." But no word
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by his lather 33 years ago and
4 V4 v ( ,' t 41.44, ekit with the Liberian registry tanker
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VOLCAN-0 ERUPTING
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'. : .,.. on SaturdaY' mornings. ,. ." ,vitainin,packed goodness At 4' I:53e"
, wse eller every change. smoke and lava into the skie I .7.'7,7.- 0.11 tHezechloro2. 1
, ',., , , , , mealtime or between meals--V-8 Yesterday in a continuing eruption Phone). Kee a the 1 ''''''"'''""''"''''' '''"
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MEMBERS OF TH; POST of Fort Robbe are' pictured atthe Initial meeting
director, Mrs. Dorris-Caldwell, in the selection- of programs and activitles of
Initiated Nmits to places of interest and provlded the backbone for an exten
sentatives from all units on, the post. -Sp3 George Youngblood, fourth from
' ganization; ,assisted by Pfc. Jack Holiday, at far, left, from A Company, 1st
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By .OSWALD JACOBY,
,iWritton for NBA Sorvico

NORTH
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"IIOW shotdd 'we have- reached
hearts?" writes a Mia mN
' reader. "I feel that my two twoheart
heart twoheart opening was a rninimurt
and that could do- no more aft.
ler, bidding both I my suits.' My

tatimutqszu

Not only did gotiti open with
fotclrg -two but .3 oath
showed a secondary diamond
nit. North should havo realized
his sin,t,l,eton spade and don.

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Q--Tbe Melding has been:
North Saul South West
a V Double ?-
You, South, hold:,
40ESS-VQ1011 Add 41.193T
What do you do?
' A-0-8141 one notrUstni. neer
tots weak tor redouble. 1 4
,
'razors. QUESTioN
Vint passes and your partneri
Lids, two hearts. East. passes;
ylant do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
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A' O-ROI1P Of nine Coo'o attendanta 'who recently became full fledge Madill' assistants,after an intensive year's.,
course a training,,are hown,with Burealttofficials after a formal graduation eeremony held this week the conference
, room s,t COrn, Solo,
PT116'women graduates are -distinguished by their'smart teAv uniforMs and the men are dressed in white. In
the centerls dFence Edbrooke, directr'of Nursing Service, who supervised the training. With them, on the left are
William. Brow, assistant ,to the Health Director,' and 'Dr. Eric Osterberrt chief of the Division 'of Preventive Medicine and'
Quarantine. On' the right are Dr:Bruno Eisen, superintendent of Coco Solo Hospital, who awarded the diplomas, and David C. Mc-,
- Ilhenny, Administrative 'Assistant at Coco Solo, The graduates are Eustace A. Hall, Nicola V. Forde;,Normayernon,Xlaren A:
BoyFe,,,porisiMr,gOote, Ciladys 11..'rrevelon, Norma laing,'Barbara C. Bryan and Esther. M.' Williams. z

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' ' '''''' '''' ri1311Ill 6 ' By DICK KLEINER
. ,. yty J10754 ,
;',' 80 k,. i,', NEW YORK WEA).-- Humor on
''s records is about as rare as a Na,-
- -- '. 49875 ...
'
:-- WEST ' EAST ,, ''', .- tional League baseball team '' in
New York. Occasionally, Stan Fre Fre-
- Fre- 4 A Q84 ',. ah K109 7 6 3 berg or Spike Jones will sneak
: V 332 ,-,.', it 9 '; .. one out,. and once in a great while
Q 10 54 9 3 2 there'll be' a surprise from Borne..
416 4 2 41-103 -, body like Red 03uttons.. But, era.
, .,- i .- sotrro (D) narilyrthere's none.- ,. -
, A SO WS' a pleasant isurprise to
. ''''. 1 '.,' .:'-' "." A KQ 9- ''' .:.' noteithat the Kirby Stone Four is
l 0. '''Alc.r? .. .., turning out funny ,records that
- '. e' 4.1cQ1(,) -, seem to- be catching on. ITherel
' ' .. was ti great version of II'S Wood-.
. Both vtdnerable ''. orful--with two snakes hi ssing 1
, South West North Fast the 'S partand then- a hit album
2" Pam': 34 ''' Pass and now two sides On which they
3 7 Pass ''''r 4 ? ., Pam
, , some bappy results. -- .. -
Pass Pass ., For Kirbrand bis three friends.
: Opening lead-4 A--.7 this is all very pleasant. A long long.
. long. - 1- J time night-club act, the boys had
.
, ,, , ; made some records before.. Let
' 44 .. ' Kirby ,tell about it.'' ' -
, "HOW shotild 'we have reached -"Some ,,guy, would come up 19
. lir,- hearts?" writes a It i a InN me," be says, "and say 'You boys
: reader. ,' "I feel that my two- should be on records.' I'd ask him
heart opening wa a I TilitliMilrl why and he'd say, 4'Well, because
' and that-I could do- no more aft- you're good,'-that's why.' So we'd
. er, bidding both i my ', suits,: !sty make a few records and nothihg
partner feels that he did full ius. happened, A' couple of years ago
-- tice to his ace and jack' by tria't1 Archie Bleyer of Cadence came
' ing both' i positive response ant up and said, 'You boys should he
,a jump bid. Were b o t h of ust on records.' WIten I asked him wy
' wrong or jifst' but?" t ' -, .,- .. Ott had a good reason --- 'Because.
. A - - , -, 1 I -think, with 'proper eare we can

-' A 7r A ' A ,think with 'proper eare we can
'' s . .. turn out records, the 'public will
, 6-1. buyi' he
So, they. did, The boys and Bley,.
Ring NW! er, 'brokeStone iS now recording.
for Columbia over Ar chi e's
dding has been: insistence on tsing a rhythm beck
, south 1,vest ground. But they'te grateful t)
luble ?- him for starting them out in red redholdn
holdn redholdn s' ords in the right way.-
nA 6 6 43 3 t If you've seen the Kirby Stone
ou do? Four on TV or in a elub, you
a sio-srugto; 'Toil. 401. know -the -records they're making
double. differ -from their in-person act.
' This,Xirby feels, is why their tut.
78. gWESIWN rent" releases' are.,better then thel
ta and your partneri stuff they made In the old dayst
earts.: East. passer They're. 'recording material they
ido now? 're writing especially for records,
sr Tomorrow esnecially fOr a medium in which
, .- sight plays no part.'
- The. act is 12 years old and
t Teal they ve 4)een married 42 yr,"s
is lay-down bu !If ,have he, en married 12 "earS
lo years, one years. They're
d to get to'. The Nortt
fit togelher tercl untiroeud
of being steady living home homewhile
while homewhile b e ie v iti
T A.,,iht if 111 AM" bodies. They're also proud of their

,, .,
, i they've 4ieen nit
The slam is lay-down but rea, two have been
ly very hard to get tn. The Nortri,,,,,e
y.e,arS, oti
and South ,hands fit togelber percif 1
- ut011q or oolong s
bodies.. They're
fectly and while I bel ie v e it
should be' bid I doubt, if many
people would gerthere. '-" -'' ,
To start,' with South's' 'Itwo bielon diamond
heart 'opening IS 'dtibtful: 'He' has most likely at
23 points but no five card 'suit have made a st
1
and' no singleton. :' !However, he thau tour 'heart
did choose to opcn a two bid and Now or a
1 mist asess the major blametSouth and I In(
for failure to reach the slam to; blamt. South r
North. i I one more bid. l

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;', Where You- tive"f -'Cipitol;
' Fred' Waring and 'his' Pennsylva
nians' do right' bp songs from "The
, Wine Man"' on Columbia,' the
, , Norman Lubo'ff Choir sings !Broad,
, un
,. ,),f; way," collection of top musical
, comedy hits; also on' Columbia,
iscs:ll'iersocynlittohmhas beautiful album
"Smith Pacific."
,
- : , A thrilling neY1 recording of Ros,
,- N.. sini's "'The Barber,' of Seville"
abstinence from ,rock.and.rolf. AO from Angel with Maria Callas
Kirby says, ""Rock-and-roll isn't and Tito Gobbl holding down the
new.. After ;111,, kids have been leads, this is a 'worthy addition
singing !Ring-Around-a Rosie' to the opera-on-record library, Gaf.
for years.", Sera, the, conductor, ; hag things
'f.',.,4,,' : moving' at just the right Ogee
, throughout.

Kirby Sto

Kirby says, .PRock-and-roll isn't
new., After 1111,, kids have been
singing 4.1ting,Around-a Rosie'
for years.", ,

Everybody:s getting into the re reCording
Cording reCording Act. Now that it's, been
proren you really don't.' have' to
be i-great singer to have hit,
the rush is on... 1,
,
NLatest to sign np are .June Ha Ha,voc,
,voc, Ha,voc, just signed with Westminster
Records, And Marvin Miller, the,
man who gives out( the million dol dollar
lar dollar checks on the TV show; "The
Millionaire.",
June will sing, but Miller is re recording
cording recording the U.S. Constitution 0,-
plus all the Amendments f-- on an
LP which Kaydan Records will
call "The Living Constitution
the United,StAtes."

' There's an ,interesting experim
ent available on a new LP from!
Lyric Art recordings, It's "The
Psalm of David,'! wbich consist!
of two Circles for violin and speech:
composed b3r violinist Ralph Hol-1
-lander Hollander and his trusty
Instrument supply the music with
Agnes Moorhead. doing her usual
expert work a the reader.
" 'The 'results '1 often beautiful,
Sometimes heavy, but always fat,
'rinating. And, certainly, it's,: a
worthy eiperiment, :
DICK'S PICKS:-Patti Page's lat lateqt,
eqt, lateqt, l'Another Timek Another
Place,"tainbefaccustomed
groove. 'Mercury). Others: "Do
Like It" (Nat "King" Cole. Capitol);.-
"Whispering- Groovin'
High" (Kirby Stone Tour. and Ed,
Sullivan. Columbia); ''"Johnni, on
the spot" (Hunt, Stevens, United,
Artists); "Dear One': (The Lem.'
non Sisters, Brunswick);,, "SteP "StePnin'
nin' "StePnin' Out t Tonight" (Billy Wil Williams
liams Williams Quartet, 'Coral): "No School
Tomorrow'' Chuck 'Reed, Roulet Roulette);
te); Roulette); "Double Date" (R onnie
Burns, Verve); "Rumble" (Link
Wray; Cadence); ,"Sympathy"
(Johnny Maddox, Dot); "For'Cry "For'Crying
ing "For'Crying Out Loud", (Sunny Gale, De.c De.cea).
ea). De.cea). 414

bleton diamond made ,a slam '
most likely and North should Musical Comedy' pervades Many
have made a stronger second' bid new releases, and good ones, too.
thatt four hearts. , MGM has three albums covering
Now or a little blame for "Gigi." the new Lerner and Loewe
South and I mean a Very little musical comedy on film; one is
blame. South might have made the original cast,- one a lush
one more bid. Holding the king- trumental version by Davie Rose,
queen and tee of clubs St.,. t one a light jars treatment !; by
could be- arre-that his.- par. .!'.1 Dick' klyman:... on London, the ma g gwas
was gwas worri.d about the club su 1 nificent .voice of Georg London
South might have bid five club sings musical comedy songs from
over his partner's four hearts. "Old Man River" to "On the Street

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interest to the troops. The club has sponsored several tours to Far MITI& City,
sive oftduty recreation program.. The Advisory Council is composed of repte repteleft:
left: repteleft: of B Company, lst Battle 'Group, 20th Anfantry, heads the advisory ors
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1 The sixth family rosary, which
annually draws thousands of At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic siders, will be held on,Sun on,Sun,
, on,Sun, day, May 11, at 7 p.m. at 0 the
, Mount Hope Stadium, it was an announced
nounced announced yesterday. ',
' All residents of the Isthmus are
Invited to participate in this mass
recitation Of the Rosary, This year
the, Family Rosary will be hekl
two days befote the Feast of Our
Lady of Fatima and in observance
of the centennial anniversary of,
Our Lady of Lourdes. .
Catholic organizations on 'The
Atlantic side are actively working
on the detdisiwhich will be an.
nounced later. .. t ,0, 0
The next meeting of the general
committee will be held on April
27 at 7 p.m. at the Father Burns
Memorial Center of St. Josepit'l
Church in Colon. 1

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BRUSSELS (UP)--The taxicab
driver turaed to the 'Pmt,rican
newsman climbing into his cab at
the Brussels World's Fair Srester.
day and said: :
"Pardon my English, it's a bit
rusty. 1 don't get 'much of a
chance to use it these
His name is John Gorshe, and
he came from Dubuque, Iowa.
"Never went back home-- after
the first World War except to g!t
demobilized," he said.
, "Met a Belgian girl while I was
serving with the Engineer Corps,
--and here I am stil, a husband
and a grandfather."
,
.Garshe, a stocky 4ray,hairedl
and offable man said- ,he had
been "very happy". except o r
the 'time the Gestapo arrested
him )n 1942 and he, wa'sent to;
c9ncentration-,,camp.,, I
Gorshe said' heliad .a brother
living hi Dubtique and he hoped to
go hack, to the, old, home-- town
someday, tor a visit.'
often 'think of the old Central
tibtel-' on Clay: -Street." he said
wist.tillyr"Do you Itnw If it is
still theret, 1',
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Stuart portrait of JameS
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thre-cent stamp. To be issued
at Montross, Va., on April 28th,-
it will commemorate the 200th
anniversary of the birth of the
filth U.S. president. Purple ini
color, the stamp will be the
sixth issue to bear a likeness of
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The Tropical Carolers skill give
their tirs't rerrormance, at the
Sojourners Hall, Thursdgyat 7-.15
'The prolram is entitled "Spring
time in the Tropics."
One of the special features of
this' pro,-Iram will be the perform performance
ance performance LI U.S.' Airman 'Ruben Davis,
who is on Vatation from the Far
Exiit where hp has been stationed.
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:13 project of "granny" houses, three threeI
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' I Housing committee vice-chair.
or man Tom Smith said each cotm-
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! By MILTON RICHMAN, :
. NEW YORK, AprU 22-(UP)-Joke all you
like about them being a Yankee f arm team," but
those cannonading Kansas City" Athletics are giving
the "parent club" a better run for their money than
anyone else In the American League. u j

' in tt.; talk shout i Yankee
runway isn't making much of an'
.' impression on the surprisingly
wpnnd-DlaceAthletics who

kept within a game-and-a-half
- the league leading New Yorkers
. with- an uphill 9-4 victory over
Cleveland last night ';" ..
- Kansas City's hustle and take take-.
. take-. 4-ehance tactics on the b a s e
' .paths already is being buzzed ...
bout around the circuit, so is
their power which they were sup-
' posed to have sacrificed in Win Winter
ter Winter deals. v '.
, ,. Frank Hows supplied ,the
' big punch whan ha smashed a
'; grand-slam homer in an wight,
' run eighth Inning against the
' Indians last night. Th A's
' took advantage of si w a Ik
, and an orror by Chke Carres
' quel to push across their1 run
. in 1he eighth. AAA'-'''-;
Rookie Jim ;toudcaf Grant,
Cleveland's &tarter, has p;a 4-1
lead until he blew up in the;
eighth. Roger Maris of the In
dians and Woody Held of the A's
had homered up to that point.
' Murry Dickson, the 41-year old
knuckleballer, was credited with
- the Ivictory in relief of Ralph Ter Terry.
ry. Terry. -J '"'
J Don Larsen put in a short day
but paced' the Yankees to their
fifth straight victory, J 4-1 deci decision
sion decision over the Red Sox, while De-
. ,troit edged Chicago, 2-1, the Washington-Baltimore
game was post postponed
poned postponed because of rain.
The Cincinnati Redlegs beat the
- Philadelphia Phillies, 4-2, in a

14-inning game-'that took four

.' hours and 35 mmutes. Rain wash washed
ed washed -out the only other National
League scheduled game between
, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh.
Larsen pitched only five innis
in the, Yankee victory -'over Bos.
ton but while he was around he
' whacked .a, twoyrutr hotner and
struck outfight-Bob Grim reliev relieved
ed relieved him mthe riixtH.. rad into

trouble himself amreedeTl1elp
uuiu TTuney ruiu m me eignin.
Ted Williams connected fer
his first hit of the season when
he singled off. Larsen in ; the
, fifth and ut to shew he
hasn't lett his touch, he horn horn-ered
ered horn-ered off Grim in the i seventh.
Hank Bauer homered in the
first Inning elff loser. Willard
. : Nixon.
SERVICE
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' 1 TONIGHT
t BALBOA . lri' CIS, ;0S'
Eleanor Parker Bill Travera
"THK SEVENTH SIN" Cscopa
CRISTOBAL -a:. ; 7:a
Gregf Palmer Allison Hayei
j "ZOMBIES OF MORA TAU"
DIABLO HTS. T:N
, Itmt MacArthur
Kim Hunter
the young
stranger"
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GAMBOA 7:0t
Koberjaughn
Roger Smith'
W TIMS TO M
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OATUN- t. T:N
Oeorge Montgoiiierjr
Geraldine Brooki
"STREET ef SINNERS
HAMANTA 1:11 a !:
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June Alliaoa
Ann Sheridan
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; Mickey McDermott, who some

v i a better hitter than a
nitrhpr. oinch sineled home the
Tieers' winnina run in the ninth
innine aeainst the White Sox. Mc
Dermott's blow came off reliever
Rav Moore after Charley Maxwell
had opened the ninth with dou
ble off loser Dick uonovan. it
marked the second time m as ma ma-ny
ny ma-ny starts Donovan lost to Detroit
in the-nmth.v
Detroit starter Frank Lary gave
ud Chicago's only run in the sixth
on two walks and two hit bats-
men. but the Tigers tied the
score in the eighth on singles by
pinch hitter Bill Taylor, Harvey
Kuenn and'Al KaimeVito Valen-
tinetti pitched the ninth for De
troit, held the White Sox hitless,
and was .the winner. :' i.
, The" contest between thfr Redlegs
and Phillies was a weird one wit i
34 players seeing action and 19
walks handed out. Pinch hitterl
Bob Thurman singled home the
tib-breaking run off Jim Hearn
in the 14th inning and the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs added an insurance rtD
when shortstop-Roy malley com committed
mitted committed two errors on the 'same
play. Hal Jeff coat,, third of four
Cincinnati pitchers, was credited
with the victory. Before Thurman
broke the tie, Hcarrt had struck
out five batters in 1 2-3 Inninss.
Don Hoak led Cincinnati's 15-hit
attack with three hits.
Kenlucky'dpenf"
LdUlSVILLE, Ky. (tP)- Rett
cient Gary Player, who came to
this country to become one of the
great golfers of the world like fel fellow
low fellow South: African Bobby Locke
and. "those 'other b' kes,'t was a
big atep.jclo&cf o lhaoai to today.
day. today.
At least Player was the best
"bloke", in the $20,000 Kentucky
Derby Open golf touidamenV fin.
ishing lirst with a 274 14 under
par in the 72-hole grind.
Player shot pressurized 33.36
69 Sundar'Ur-ahnost an after:
uouu.iung rainstorm w leua oil a
late oirusi oy veteran Chiclr Haf.
bert, ex-PGA -ehamp, -whose -277
was good for a second place tie
with Ernie Vossler of Midland.
Tex. -::.; '.-t..,,,i,
Plaver; a 22.vWar hM frnm in,
hannesburg, put; together, rounds
Of 68-68.69-69 for hig total of 274
and first place-money of -$2,800.
Harbert;and ; Vossler collected
?1,650 apiece.
T6m;- Nieoorte:-" n7 Tiniinnf r
unio. who threatened P1avi ot
the- turn with a two-under par 33,
folded after taking a bogey and
a uuuuie-DOEev on r.tlo hai-lr n hu
to share fourth place with ,Aus.
traha's Peter Thom.ui t. 97
Tony &ma, the unheralded, Na.
pa, Cahf shotTmaker. sDlit kixth
prize mohey df- $1400 with Don
r airiieia ot tasey, IU. with 72.
hole totals of 279.
wext at 280 were Tommy Bolt
of Chattanooga,. Tenn., Al Besse.
link of Grossineer N.v.i Paul
Harney, of Worcester Mas mil
D.U mf.ll.-' mi. :""
eiier ot rensacoia, la.
Barry1 MacKay Grabs
River Oaks Men's
Singles Net liile
HOUSTON. Te. nrp ':n.it
MacKay, a six-foot, three,inch Da-
v xupper irom Oavton. Oh n.
smasnea down Louis Ayala of
Chile to win the men'i ainvl H
tit in the 24th annual River Oaks
lenms tournament Sunday.
liMacKav whinnoH th rtiil
M,;- 6-3, W, ; in competition .de.
layea twice by- rain.
.in men's doubles, Ham Rich,
ardson of New Orleans and Dirk
Savltt of South ; Orange. N.J..
whipped : Billy Talbert of New
York and Sammy Giammalva of
Houston 6-2, 6-3, for the title.
w. JG. Hester of Jackson. Miss..
beat C. E. (RedrSledae of Dal.
las, -4, 4-6, 6-2, to- win the senior
men's singles title.
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"with resa Parker
.SWAMr-WOMEN
vith 'Marie Windsor

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HELL-
Robert iYeW;

MAKING THE GRADE Mid.

dleweight boxer Benjamin" Lewis,
who hails from Bocas-del.Toro, is
on the Isthmus visiting with- his
mother and friends. Lewis recent recently
ly recently received an offer for six7 fights
in' Medellin, Colombia but would
prefer to make a trip to Califor
nia to meet nrghiy ratett joey
Giambra. He hag already receiv received
ed received a tentative offer to meet Giam Giambra.
bra. Giambra. ..,;
If a final and definite answer on
the Giambra bout does not arrive
soon, Lewis says he will reluctant
ly make' the trip to Colombia. He
recently, "returned from a trip a-
broad dnnnf which he won over
Sammy Walker and George KnOW-
lcs m Jamaica ann lost to Jimmy
Morris in Miami, Fla., Lewis, who
has been fighting as a pro for the
last two years, has also, seen ac
turn in Nicaragua, Costa Uvea, San
Salvador' and Honduras, lewis is
forced to do his fighting abroad be.
cause the welterweight and mid
dleweight ranks are virtually non
existent in. local ,pro. boxma..,: :VA ...
Along T)e; Fpijdys
FORT AMADOR LADIES' GOLF
Hello we are back' again hav
ing missed the last two weeks-
sorry. Last rnursaav; tne seven seventeenth,
teenth, seventeenth, "we played 'Three Hole
Throw 'Out' Substitute uar for
tne three worse notes.
The winners in the first' flight
were Sylv ; Carpenter, low gross.
Jean Sullivan, low ret. Rene Is
bell and Margaret Hastings tied
for putts, .i i a
' The winners In the" second
flight were Phvlis Mansfield low
gross. Gay Michael, low net, Gla Gla-dys
dys Gla-dys Wiley had. low putts, k
A';" A fpisffrgk&rrv. A'itifix
This week we will play tee to
green with one.half handicao.: Due
to the fact that" we are having
our luncheon May 1 (don't for-
get, girls) we stopped the rinscr
yesterday nmey days earliern
than planned., 1
,-, For; the girls whho play in the
anernoon your goit Dans can
be obtained at the desk, Hope to
see you Thursday.
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El Panama Nil ion

Classic Bovjling League

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To Dig Dollars
- '4"f ' J-
; IV OSCAR FRALIY
J NEW YORK UP) -x Golfing
gab as the fairway fraternity gets
ready to dig dollars from : their
divots in the big summer tourna tourna-ments
ments tourna-ments ahead;
;Big -George Bayer, the ball ball-bustin'
bustin' ball-bustin' behemoth who unquestion.
ably is the longest hitter in the
history of golf, is breathing proof
that the pros don't hit the ball
as far as they popularly are be
heved to belt it.
' Bayer estimates that his aver.
age drive is about 280 yares and
he ordinarily Is .20 to 30 yards
ahead of the other siege guns.
However, almost any 'distance is
possible, like, say; when hitting
off the top of Pike's Peak. On a
589-yard hole in Australia, down,
hill and with a fairway like con.
crete, George had only a flip
wedge to the green. -
. -i
A True Cosmopolitan
Roberto De Vicenzo is the true
internationalist of golf. He was
born in Argentina -of 'Italian par.
ents and plays out of Mexico
City. .and he likes to shoot for
the Yankee dollar in the U.S.
Golf courses' are built for right.
banders. So, if you want to switch
over from being a southpaw, re.
member that it was don. success.
fully by such as Jerry Barber.
Peter Thomson nd Dutch, Harri.
son. '
Also on ihe technical tide, Bob
nosDurg ana ati wall use the
baseball grip as does Everett Vin.
xant. And if you're looking for
more strokes from the auto sales,
men in your club, you might
point out that their brieftife in.
eludes. Ken Venturi. Rosbnrr.
Bayer, Bob Goalby and Jerry
Magee."
Former pilots on the tout In.
ciuae Mike Krak,- Gordon Jones,
luun weary, bod &euer and Mur.
MULLOY WINS DOUBLES
SAN REMO, Italy (UP)Gard.
nar jviuuoy ot Miami beaded for
his next stop on the European
tennis circuit today with annt.hpr
title. Mulloy and Yola Ramire of
Mexico won the mixed doubles fi.
nal in the San Remo Internation.
ai cnampionships Sunday,
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Barbara HALE in
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Edgar BUCHANAN, In
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Pros Get Ready
From ; Divots
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ray Tucker: and as a golf incu
bator, how about LbU, which has
eight alumni putting tor dough in
Fred Haas, Jay Hebert, Earl
Stewart, -"Joe Moore, Eddie Mer.
rins, Bert Weaver. Johnny Pott
and Gardner Dickinson?
Hertry Ransom 'and Wall Bur.
kemo have much in common!.
Both appeared on .the stage "as
dancers, both became boxers and
both linally turned to golf.
til
Seme Switch to Golf
A host of the pros switched to
golf from other .sports. Bayer
played tackle at, the University of
Washington and for the Washing-,
ton Redskins. Ed Carter, the PGA
tournament manager, played full,
back for Northwestern; Joe Za.
karian was a St. Mary's guard in
the 1946 Sugar Bowl came: Bo
Wihinger 'scored against UCLA
to. St, Mary's pre-tlight.
. Mike Souchak cosverted 76 out
of 88 extra points at Duke, win:
ning four games,; while Bill Booe
kicked 85 of 97 for Yale and set
an jmwaa, record with 2? straight
vuuversiuns in J.48. t v.r
Bill Ezinicki was one nf t.hnNa
tional 'Hockey League's ''bad
men", a 'few veara ha.ot" rmio
Ford was a t great pitching pros.
peCK MICKeV Horn a nlavort nrn
basketball; tournament supervisor
ni vey Aaynor starred in basket-1
Dau ai Modesto ; Junior ; College;
Tom Nieporte was a stickout bas
ketball and football star in high
school and Bob Goalby once
fouled out of ,14 straight high
school basketball games, i
On the other hand,. .Gene Cog Cog-hill
hill Cog-hill has abandoned the prolession prolession-al
al prolession-al golf tour and now plays the
French horn' in the Toronto Sym.
phony Orchestra; ; a 4
Whatever
Happened to
-MODERE BRUNETEAU
- Modere Bruneteau,' scored the
only goal in the longest National
Hockey League game ever
played, the night of March 25.
1936. It .was. his first big splurge
as a member of the Detroit Red
Wings with whom he stawed for
10 more seasons at right wing.
In that '36 marathon, BrunetCau
anally crashed through with a
goal against the Montreal 'Ma.
roons after 176minutes; 30' sec.
ends.," i Va t i
Whatever happened to Modere
Bruneteau?. Now 43, Bruneteau
uves with his family in. Omaha,
Neb.,. where he operates a sue.
cessful bowling alley and tavern.
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TODAY EKCANTO .25 -.15
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"miE IRON GLOVE

Captures

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; CLASSIC LEAGUE
: Final Standings.
Teams ., W L
El Panama Hotel , i : 60 50
Agewood 67 52
Carta Vieja ct. ' 63 57
Seymour Agency v 61 59
Cardoze Lindo Evinrude 61 59
Austin ; r .v 38 82
El Panama Hotel 4 Seymour 0
' Taking advantage of very loose
bowling on part of the Seymour
Agency, the El Panama Hotel
coasted to an easy 4 to 0 ; sweep
of the series and with the sweep
took the league chan.pionship. Sey.
mour averaged 161, which is way
berow Classic League standard.
On the other side, El Panama
seeing that they were not being
pressed averaggd 180, just enough
to come out on top. Only one
''200". game was bowled out of
24 lines of bowling and that went
to, Ed Alien with his 223. The
new champions will be feted at
the Police Lodge, on the Chiva
Chiva trail, AApril .25, Friday
night. is-
Seymour
Richardson
Bowers ;
Nunes
Cascio
. 159
118
154
138
133
178
;194
152
174
171
507
408
500
524
J93
175
Totals
645.
603
69 1939
ElPanama .Hilton
Lane
A len
Schmidt
Coffey i
TQtals
192 192 180 564
153 193 223 59
183 126 183 M92
186 .191 160 537
714 702 746 2162
"Agewood 3 Carta Viela 1
' y.. ,t V .. ' v,"-''' X,. i"j :
,, In contrast to' the low scoring
a 'fair between El Panama and
Seymour, on the other end of the
Diablo Bowling Center, Agewood
and Carta Vieja put on a show
worthy of the classic league stan standard.
dard. standard. Carta Vieja averaged 192
per man and Agewood 196..
ipt the 24,lines( of bowlihg, half
pf them were, bvtf "200. '!. While
Agewood' earned,nree points and
finished In the riinierup spot, the
Carta Vieja Yankee Rum Runners
went down fighting for each and.'
every pin.
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' ' EvlnrnHa 3 Anttin 1
Despite the fact that Austin av
eraged 164 per man, and." Evin.
ruoe I75,itne automen still 'man
aged to win one point which de deprived
prived deprived -the Outboard (Motors, from
finishing ahead- f Seymoutt. '
Cart. Vieja
Brown ;
202
184
,233
215
179
527
638
589
5,50
Almeda
Rudy
Gleichman
. Totals
224
198
158
179
176
213
721 770 813 2304
Agewood
Balcer
Boyer T
Knoll'
Damian
Totals
.222
175
1 r, 182
. -214
175
222
167
210
202
215
206
166
599
615
555
590
796 774 y 789 1359
Evinrude
' 184 162
181 192
r 211 "171
171 185
Soyster
Nickisher
Kunkel
Toland
Totals
151
168
171
151
497
541
553
507
747 70 641 2098
Austin
FistonicH
Sold
164
152
147
1 150
191
173
183
150
177
180
60
150
532
505
490
450
Samaniegd
Blind
Totals
613 697 667 1977
. Saton Highlights"
Damian of the Agewood team
rolled the first 300 game in fif fifteen
teen fifteen years.
Utter collapse of the Seymour
Agency team,' which lost 14 out
of thP last 16 points.
Final league averages Balcer
199, Cascib 191, Coffey 191, Da.
mian 189, Toland 189.
High Series Coffey 698, Cas.
cio 82, Almeda 676.
Team High Series: Agewood
2456 and 2437.. ,
Team High Game Carta Vie.
ja 866, Evinrude 863,-'
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Louise Suggs Cops
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. BEAUMONT, 1 Tex. (UP S- A
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came became $833 richer Sunday by win win-nyig
nyig win-nyig the ;: $5,000 Zshanas Open,
headed or the $7,500 Dallas Open
tournament today.
' Miss Suggs' took thP kad"on the
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COACH DEAL REPORTED

CINCINNATI, Ohio (UP) '-'n:"v
ports circulatel today Jh-jt St.
Louis University was tryiiiS -6
hireJim MoCafertv, bnf'"'v 'I""
coach at Xavier : .Unfv- s.f
Ohio. The 6-8, 270-poutid McCaf."-'
ferty coached Xavier to the" Na:
tional Invitation Tournament title lf
at New York' last month.,
, , -i' ,'- f-' .nv
Carolinas. over Virginias a ""'.
P1NEHUR$X, N.C..YU ta
Joe Patton of Morganton:,.-: .C.'1"!
beat Bill Campbell of Huntington)
w: Va.. Sunday in t golf mtctf- i
bdtween two Wp'kfr r" j"" 0
ton:,yictory,JieJped the CaroHnaS1''
team defeat t'ie,Vu k 7 l- ".?-
in the Captain's Putter 'matches.'"
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t'All's ywuou clua'ttili.se'ictbd 'heir? acient
s on hitting': There is-taken re re;
; re; iferetice to fielding it the summary.
,o.g.. errors'nope:',Aisistaild"New
York 1.4'Red,Soa 1.1.f.Andi conVen conVentionallY.
tionallY. conVentionallY. 'double plays are' listed,
put, putsare ignored entirely. 1
Contstetity, -would' dictate that
14he be ignored. It assists ere too
nimportartAo 3dentify, so: 0 Itrt
utvouts,.Presumably,this anOtl
it)t will prevail even Sit Ould ,tit
layer -setsi. sensational record in
1.1
lut field.. ',t ," ," ,''' ,- ,, i 1'
4f e purpose .of at li'Oi score Is tb
eflect sa lolly as posaible the.per the.permance
mance the.permance of players and teams, a
,, ,iltut summation., of,'the game
l
411oures. This is ,surely tot ac..
smolished wilen defenso is brush brush!,
!, brush!, off es a secondary factor.' ',
, Ulla pectet,inor'ettient of fwinning
, lisehalb is balance., Hitting s se
e se it oot enouoh, Neither is fitld fitld,.
,. fitld,. g.,There must be a, merger of
' hil two. Tioct,riteltinto.,Ao4 S bOK
Ott which fsils to take thil basic.
I et into consideration is woefully
rtlYtiSS4 I 0 , ,l, ,,
Because of-limited space a box
score ,mulit he restricted to four
totegoeles.. Ideally. eight are reed reedogi.,
ogi., reedogi., (We appreciate ehe revised
format wits not capriciously arriv.
ed,,et.,,,and .,we aren't against
efiartec.,we., simniv; oirestien the
'wisdom ,and 'desirability .of' this
torticulsr chanoe. . ',
r, The discarded format-if tot el elroinentlw
roinentlw elroinentlw satisfactory. st leaqt a!
knowiedged the essentiality of bal.'
rice.- Also, it properly A assume I
that to, ,'. tbe hurried. ,-reader,, the
'tabular, matter, isllie tore of the
boxacore. One glance and he knew
what' his man haCtIone on of
ffeille and clefense. ;
i BOlef, TO BABBIT BALL
,Now fit lutist setile for an unac.

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'WATER SKIER ,.. Frank Hirt 'of Balboa, e.z.,0' shdws professional
form, lit 'Cypress Gardens 1957 World Ski Tournament. Frank will
describe liis experiences tomorrow night at 7:30 at the Margarita
ISertrice Cadet'. He plans to showsome color and sound movies of
skiing activ.ities at SilverSprings, Fla. .--- ,- .,

What ito'yotir tisDk ottha nevi,countablY one sided reflect:ion., Ev
lc score? 'Same, here,, Lae the en the unhurried reader,- moVinl
tor tua, from the tables to the' summary.
ack dress, 'it does la0 11 Ing
athematical ; anatomy of -: t h e can hope for no more than -a bare
pert) Doesn't -shosv enough,' And frame work 'of the field action.
hat 'it doeS, show. is, the obvious. -,,.t, i,, ,,, ,,,, ,, , , ',
1Thr to-this season the four tabul The omission of put buts and as.
8 categories were AB (at bat) H gists are, we feel, indefensible.'Al.
i, fits) 0( (putouts) and A (assists). though' Mantle, Williams and the
ow the four are Al3; lt; (runs) lilw getthe ,'.(headlines,, laseball
and., It RV' (runs :, batted.' in). would ,be ,pretLy Areadful withoul
on't 'blame O'Mallerand Stone- 4ts ..sparkling- defense. The long
ant Tile- wire' serVice,li colla- ballchas: been notoriously. cheapen
oration with antery yr te s, ed, by rabbit blood, infusim, the
coked tiplhis On' 'The tbole' tt tOucivand-go double play that res.
ut of the eilettleo,seonintr-rielt euet,Cpitcher im,distress,ls, as il
t -in too 440. 't ',',''',. 4' Is ''''''t( 'was, in the beginning a Ahing ,? ol
As you catt see'thd beaVy ideent pure, artistry. Thus' the new lam
A on bittlYtt: Therif tr- taken re- score bays tribute to 1 the ,glittei
. .i,... :... ei... attmm2rvt. whilp dimaraffinr Me vonuinc '',6

as 4.".40, ,-;11f1,,T,riotm- aw".ri
'r'The Yankees-won 'their opener'.
3-0. Berra, Skowron ind Carey hit'
key blows.' Larsen held the .11ed,'
Sox tct four hits., Few- would eare'
t. argue that Caey Stengel doesn't
knbw ,ba What' tnitireased
hint Most 'in"' this' vg a'M e? A'
'double 'play', that got Larsen out,of,
bases.londed jam in the second'
inningThat vas the' big one"
be told' the ,baseball, writers. '
thit bats, in the' world 'can't
'win -for ott uhless 'Your defense
stopi the-other. guys. from scoring
unearned rUnd
1;1'; 4 YE DO OUR 'IT
Some aspects 'of fielding' are tip tipnallingly,Trisleading.
nallingly,Trisleading. tipnallingly,Trisleading. Ted Kluszews
ki4 then with- the Reds, led the first
basemen five -consecutive 4 years:
Lacking rnobility, the play had' to
come td hirn;' be cotildn't go for it.
As a fielder be was netrer in Gil
Hodges' class. ,His rating, then,
WaS 'bogus.
- Assists offer it truer line 'Mt de'
feiisive ability than 'put outs. -In
the infield they 'signify"range,
the outfield,' range as 'wen as strong
arm marksmanship; Mantle could
nail four runners at the plate:and
get, no recognition in the new box
score. But if 'he hit a run.scoring
fly ball it 'would be officially ri.
' a an event if historical
significance. I '
'' -We have a suggestion. Either re return'
turn' return' the old forte. 4AB 11; 0
and,,A.,' 'or' &del --these Pcaiego.
ries: Ail, IL, C. E: The e., o r
fieldding chances,' eombining put
outs and assists, the E.. for er err
r err rors, of tourse.' And since when
1 has fielding become -, a horrid
word in 'baseball?

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'141.111)ISG Lo-Rergeant. Harvey Woods, A Company, lst Bat Bat!
! Bat! t..:,Group-, 20th Infantry,; shoves in his second clip during.. a sustain-.,-tifireL
ex erc imet-Frid ay-dur int ahe ,linaLdair e 95$
USARCARIB ComMand RiEeccmpetition, Sergeant Woods fired, on
Tanama Area Blue-team which took secon4 in the
!- team' cornpet;tion which wPs conducted at 7 Fort -Kohl:10',Eitipire
Range.' tti.S. Army Photo) ) -"

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Colon Defeats

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interscholastic Basketball
Teams Vi .1- Pat
Balboa High 1 0 Mona
Cristobal High -1. 0 0' .000
Jr College, 0 1 .000
' Tonight's Game
' Balboa High vs Cristobal High.
ily TREVOR SIMONS
,
triple-he'ader package deal 'Of
basketball is, 'schedtded i01 t b e
Margarita gym tonight wtih acti activities
vities activities scheduled Jo begin at 4 '0
clock. The main event of the night
will be the big varsity game. ol'
the young Interscholasti, cage sea
son between Balboa and Cristobal
High School..-
At 5 p.m, .the,Opposing Fresh.
man teams from the Atlantic and
Pacific schools will ineet.
diately followingt ,hat event will
be the semi-final, at approximate approximately
ly approximately 6 o'clock with the .two contest
Ing quintets Balboa' andl ristobal
Junior, Varsity The main event
should begin around 7 o'clock.
f Admittedly the two strongest
teams in the' three-team loop, to
night's encounter between the Bull.
dogs and Tigers should give
eat basketball fans a pretty.good
idea of who their new cage chant.
pions will be. Most have already
counted -Jr. College' out of t h e
race after the 61 to 44 defeated
handed them-by Balboa', last Fri Friday
day Friday night. : ,

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Ia A toQ Cristobal's chances of taking tne
IAM Bulldog& itv their 19511 debut re re,
, re, : eeived a slight set-back late last
Week when George Kirkland -was
717"777;172111milimmu', pnt back on the sick list because
,countablY one sided reflection.; Ev of a bad cough that follosv'ed on
en the unhurried reader,- movin the heels of a virus attack. Kirk!
from the tables to the' summary. land has. had to miss the last few
can hope for no more than a bare nractice sessions and ,,might not
frame work 'of. the field action. be able ,,to suit up for tonight'd
, , game against 1Balboa.,,But the TL
The omission of put buts and as- gers have some good scoring pow.
gists are, we feel, indefensible- Al. et in Eddie Pabnn, and Biliv Gib.
though' Mantle, Williams and the son to 'combat the Cuihreth-Alev
like, getthe .',(headlines,, 'Ameba.' ander ,one.two punch of, the
would ,be ,preti,y .dreadful without dogs.
4ts fsparhling- defense. The long , ;
balichar been -notoriously. cheapen 1, Balboa's returning letter- :Man,
ed, by rabbit blood, infusion: the Kalil Barbara gives''the' Bulldoge
4Ouch.and-go double play the res.' a third threat in' the,' scoring de decuer,cpitcher
cuer,cpitcher decuer,cpitcher inAistress, is, as it Partment which Will be somevrhat
-war in the beginning a ,thing,? of evened un if Kirkland gets' into
action for the Tigers tonight.
pure, artistry, Thus' the new ,box
score tayr tribute to the glitter
while disparaging the genuine. I t A el' ',111 C
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NEW YORK,, kora 22-4111)--
Alan Scott, a young and sPeedYi
outfielder who was playing Class
T) baseball onlv two years ago,'
awingino a biol.', bat, tor. the
Buffalo Bisons lt the Interna International
tional International League. :
Scottss Mc, homers ac,counted
for the !only Buffalo runs last
niebt as tho -.Miami Mar ltos
whipped the Bisons. 7-2, Scott,
best known tor his ability on the
baSenaths. now has three hom homers
ers homers for, the young season. -, He is
,Kansas City Athletics' farm

Ben Tomp kins and rred
HoPke bumered .for Miami
the Marlins ,',collected a doien
h'ts- off George,Brunet'and loser
Pio Coleman.- Winner Henry
Alison and 'Bari Mosser held
Buffalo' e six ,, '-
Homers' b3r Morejon ind
Wittv Ouintana. led the Havana
Sugar Kings to a 1-2 win over
the league-leadifig Rochester
Fted Wings, Raul Sanchez won it
in relief while Dick Itcketts, the
,t1-8 pro basketball stari, was 'the
loser. 7.

, Pabe Birrer choked o n nth
" 'ff
innine rally to -give 'Montreal. a
4-3 yictory at Columbus and put
the Poyal4 sepond place
tie with 'the Jets, The win was
the second of the seacon for Bill
'fibres, Jim Koranda's,- seventh
inning homer-off loser Whammy
Douglal nrovitled the winning
run for Montreal'," --
TorontaMaple Leafs were
rained opt after one inning at
Richmond afterl the Virginians
had take'n 'a 4-2' leait against
Don Johnson. the leading pitch pitcher
er pitcher in the leaave last year. Pill
Pethel was ow .tbe mound for
'Richmond;

Colon. the amateur base
ball champion of the. Renu"4.1
whipped the Panama team 3
in, a thrilling -encounter Sun eY
before s big crowd in the Colon
Municipal Stadium. , 1
, Gov, Jose Maria Gonzalez's gl-,
ant trophy wax presented to the
winners bv Alfonso Giscombe at'
the end of the game. 1
, A gala 'party,rfas given after.
sr by the officials of the Co.
ion League, in the offices',of 'As.
semblyman 'Jose' tBazan.
'','!rhe game,- -sponsored. by , the
,Mocarebe Club, MIS for the .ben'.
efit of the Colon"Medicat Mlle:
subsidiary of' the 'Amader coterre
ro Horital, which was built by
the National Guard.

ANIMA AMtnICAN AN twrrrxr,rNT r xrwsrArrn

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0Y-,.NOTES -'1
.,,.1-ettiStOSAL
'Thep-gauge shoo',.ers denominat denominated
ed denominated the -Skeet field at ,the Cristobal
GuniClub'a regular Wednesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon shoot of April' 16, ', R. ri F.
Casaneva going straight for 25 in
single &Tort, and, Atilt& Schexnay Schexnayder.sticking
der.sticking Schexnayder.sticking on 24 for each of two
rounds,' and lapping tover 'the two
with straight runof 24; t
"Nobby" Ke ler 24'd with a 12
gauge for his first score, but drop dropped
ped dropped to 21 the 'next got George
1.40 stood steady on 21 both
times, followed by F. Chollar
with 21 and 19; 'Joe Kueter (.41111,,
18; Jerome Schofield, 11; a n
Jim Mitchell, 17 and 15.
A merciful curtain is dratyn
ver the un-precise Trap per orm ormances,
ances, ormances, shot at 20.yards. Vnless
'some drastic improvements a r e
made right quickly the. W,
Stewart Memorial yard, 50-
bird shoot scheduled ,for, 10:20
a.m.s May 4, is pretty sure to
be won by somebody who has not
been. around latelymaybe Capt.
G. Hay, Tom, Sellers pr Paul
Disharoon, .who won this e-
vent last year.
Of. those who intite shot 'over
Cristobal traps recently,the, most
likely ;,contestants are !,Cesanovit
and Rill, ftrancll, who both. are av averagiog
eragiog averagiog slightly,,,better. ,than 20
25 at-20 larda- 17A t

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' 1 i By TREVOR SIMOIstS c ' Barbara are a pair of sha
.- 1 -,,,, ,, ,, -, ,- '''., shooters ,,, who ', should be more
' Friday night the Interschollas-, consistent in the scoring depart departtic
tic departtic basketball season got under- ment as the season wort On.i
way- with the ,' Bulldogs' from! ,,,- The Tigers Irom i, Cristobal
Balboa Righ scoring, a decisive' could take it all 'and bring tO
61 to 44 victory over the defend-, Coach Paul Moser another bas basing
ing basing champions, C.Z. Jtmior Col- ketball championship to add tO
lege.' It was my first look at 'the his already envious collection at
two Pacific Side entries for the C,H.S. So far Cristobal has drop,
Interschool' race ,'' and -,- conse- ped all their 'exhibition games
quently iny first opportunity to against Army competitionv but
atoPtaise the -comparative qual- it must be taken into account
ities of ill three combatants for that they have been 'Playing a aCage
Cage aCage honori for 1958.'. ,' ,, gainst vastly superior cagers,
It IS most unlikely that 4unior some With college experience be beCollege
College beCollege will be able to succem- hind Mem. ; Despite the IOSSe$
fully defend their title. Don Al-' the 'Cristobal quintet will have
exander is about their only out-I collected a vast supply of' bar barstanding
standing barstanding performer. He is a good ketball "know-how", that they
shot, scorinr 13 points', against should be able to pot to go'od use
Balboa, :: Is accurate -on', foul against interschool teams. With
throws and shares with gni Bel- big George Eirkland cbmpletely 1
by the distinction Of being' the free of ,his virus and quickly
best tebounders on rthe College rounding Into shape the Tigers
five:The latter is' probably the now have a pair of big boys.
'outstanding bustler in the looP,'Billy'Gibson, 6-4, could ,'' well
but beyond that and Alexander, wind up with scoring honors for
College ,- has little ,talent with MU , ,.., i ..
which,to seek another basketball Crfstobars 'starting five Will.
Championship: But the team On inall -probability; consist of
the whole keeps alive and fight- larkland,''Gibson, Eddie Pabon,
ing all the time and that fact wendy sasso and ,' John Bowl
could cast them Into therole of than; Boseman' had been, side
"spollert,"Anaking 'them a dan, lined- from 'last week's practices
-geronS threat to ''Balboa,,,t and with a bad cold, but should ,find
Cristobal in their quest tOwreSt no trouble getting back Into toO
the' basketball crown,' ,' condition ''' before tomorrow
The Bulldogs come to Cristot night's' opening encounte, w tit,
bat for their firstreal test of the the Balboa Bulldoga,) I ,,,,,Ji v,
season 'Nuesday night, Both The Bulldogs havr apParen ly
teams are about aa evenlY taken' a page from the Cristobal
matched sts, they can ,be, with book of rules ,and if Friday
the Tigers holding a al1ght edge night's game Is to be an exam examhi
hi examhi ,',- 'height. '',- Balboa's 'scoring ple, will be deadly from the free
threat comes from Roy Culbreth, throw line, For many years this
despite the ,- fact -, that ,his 20 has been one-of Cristobal's out outpoints
points outpoints total against J.CY. Friday standing features. Balboa netted
night dicl not impresi this writer 15 out of a possible, 23 Friday
to any great extent.; Culbreth night against .1.q. and as evens
was dangerous only under the ,ly as the Bulldogs are matchei
basket and ,,did not 'receive too against Cristobal, the final out,;,
much opposition from Bon Bau- come of tonight's ,, game could
man wh owas assigned to guard rest -on the ,.sharpness of the
him,' Gary Alexander and Raul foul-shooters.' , ',., --

A recommendation to the Pana Panama
ma Panama Gambling Control Board that
the trainer's licenses of J a m e s
Waint and lierman Waite be re revoked
voked revoked plus a $100 fine tor Witint
were the top' news gleaned from
this weekend's President Remon
racetrack steward's report
A Dliring in investigation 4o deter determine
mine determine the responsible party for
Introduction's glaringly contradic contradictory
tory contradictory performance in winning Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's llth rade after trailing
his three previous times out, it
was brought out that until last
week Waite had been registered
as the- trainer of the horse while
'Waint was actually the person in
charge aU the time.
' Jockey Gerenime Bosley -was
sot 4141WO six months to aczuire
more experience before 4 being
allowad to participate in races
again., He took a nasty fail ,off
nativa mare Mimi in Sundsy's
third race because' of his inabi inabilily
lily inabilily fa control his mount. --'
Galisto,, a trailee in Saturday's
first, following an impressive vic victory
tory victory his previous time out, was
suspended for eight meets be because
cause because ,of, 'his poor performanee.
' La Gotta tadra got , four fourmeet
meet fourmeet suspension. for refusing 10
start-1 t.,
Abundio Vergers netted e four fourmeet
meet fourmeet genalty foe pulling un RUM
immediately 'after, the start of
Sunday's fifth tace. 6
, Joe's Fiddling and, Surumeno
were given- 15 days eaeh for fin finishing
ishing finishing lame atter their respective
races- 'r ,
,Daniel Ciniglio drew a $10 fine
for, aending Paitoreo late to the
receiving ,barn for Sunday's West
Indies Federation Classic.,
Eieht two-year-old 'native thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds have, been entered for
the Mav 11 Carolina'''. Mendez de
Chiari Classic-. Those entered for
the 11.000 adderl five-furiong dash
are' Silverio, Titita,' Blaneulta, Mo MoMean.
Mean. MoMean. Jahslina; Tuti Fruti. Dori
Luix and Sahri.- r
r"'
- thi entrants in the 52,000 add,
e,t one-mile 'May 1 1,0bor D a y
Clhssic perform like they did oq
Sundav, fans should witness
rarrtthriller..- Summer ',Partyand
Meares; 'first and, second in the
first of, two oualifying races, stag-I
a hot stretch duel with t h et

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former Scoring-by., one length
1:40 4-5, ;
The second qualifying'. tett was
won by Ragazza in a' much more,
exciting stretch battle.',44 Ragazza
Came on tooscore going away aft after
er after .setting mist of the pace and
falling back to third place at one
stage in,the homestretch; At the
finish it was Ragazza by half
length ,over Golden Rocket while
native Romancer was three-quarters
of,a length further, backl The
This clearly .indicates thar: any
Of the above-mentioned five -starters
could bring home the bacon
next sveek Thyrsday.
It Is good ,bot that less than
of the original 12 horses
'entered for the 515,000', added
May 4 'President of the Reim),
lic Clissis will go postwards
in the,one mile and five-eighths
.11race of the year-I' -,
Surumeno, suspended for- 15
days .Sunday ,whent he-pulled un
lame, is automatiCally :out,' Abo AboIrmo,
Irmo, AboIrmo, obviously outclassed, is an another
other another that will not start iespectah
lv since his elassv stablemates.
Menet 'and tamarista,' are also
entered for the race, The
Sommer-Generoso Simons enttY
loom as the 'favorites to wiz' at
this
King's Parle. not enjoying ton
form, and Playbo3r, a, non-winner
in Ponsma, are 'other probable
scrstches.
This, would boil' the- field 'tIown
to Menel, CamariQta, Jitlikey
mossadeq, Perdulario.
Michaux and Diocese.

DROBNY TAKES Tall
.
CANNES. Trance (UP)---Jaroslav
Drobny of, Egypt beat Paul
Remy of France, 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 9-7,
Sunday to win theCannes Inter International
national International tennis tournament.,

TO,,RESLIME RIVALRY
LAPAYE'rrE, Ind. (I2) Fur.
due.end,Miami efilorida will rn rnsome
some rnsome their football rivalry in 1963
at Miami. Mialni has won two of
lheir three meetings.

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'1 1 BY TREVOR SIMONS r.'' Barbara are a, pair of sharIP ed. the Skeet field atthe Cristobal : ,.1 -.Y.''' ; '- m e ,,' ' -' '!.- 7 '''.1. .' ' ,;-;
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tie basketball season got under- ment as the season wears pri.i Casanbva ,going straight f 254
way- with the ,. Bulldogs' from! The'' Tigers rom l,. Cristobal single &Tort, and, fitiltzSchexnay '' -1 ' N
Balboa High scoring, a decisive,',Could take it all -and bring to der6sticking on 24 for each of two. ' '- '' ' -' Il r:,4i. '' ;
61 to 44 victory over the defend-. boach Paul Moser another bas- rounds,' and lapping sitter 'the two ''' ., 1, ',-- ' '21 i '' ,' '' ''
ing ehampions, CZ. Jtmlor Col- ketball championship to add t with a straight runof 24; t'-, : . ';' i -' ;,', 414, .. '- ;
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lege.' It was my first look at 'the his already envious collecgon at .. "Nobby"- Ke ler 24'd with a 12 ' ' 11 '.' 1' ---''''S". ''.,''''
481 r r '',
two Pacific Side entries for the CBS. So far Cristobal has drop, gauge for his first score, but drop- ' : lt
Interschool race ." and-- conse- ped ail their 'exhibition games ped to 21 the 'next got G e o r g e '" enulne,' ,- ,ar- :: 0.- -.
quently tny first opportunity to against Army competitionz- but LoOP 'stood -steady on 21, both '''''', ''- 1-1- ' p, 1 ro:.1",
with 21 and 19:
twat, the -comparative qual- it must 'be taken into account times, followed P ,by F. Chollar ' I ' - '' ,''
'Joe Kueter (.410), '' s- -' '" ' 1;,,4
ities of ill three combatants for that they have been'Playing a aCage
Cage aCage honora for 1958:' 'r ,, ,, gainst vastly superior cagers, 18; Jerome Schofield, 11; a n if, ' '' ''' '' '' ' '''" ''''' ''' ''' :''' '
It IS most unlikely that ..lunior some With college experience be- Jim, Mitchell, 17 and 15. ,, ,,', .. '' a a ., ',' : i,
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College will be able to succem- hind Them. Despite the IOSSe$ A 'merciful curtain is drawn o- i atis action:--''' : ''.- : '- -'
fully defend their title. Don Al-'' the 'Cristobal quintet will have ver the un-precise Trap peform- '..' ''''-
, $ (
exander is about their only out-I collected a vast supply. of' bas, ances, shot at 20-yards., Vniess '' ' ' '''''' ' ''
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standing performer. He is a good ketbalf "know-how", that they some drastle improvements a r e r.'
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shot, scoring 19 points', against should be able to pin to go'od use made right quickly the ,, C.- W, - r! ,..': .,1.,' ',., t...,V-. J. 6 PI ; I
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Balb0a, ..; IS accurate -on', foul against interschool teams. With Stewart 'Memorial 25-, yard, 50- .. -:. --' ,' , ''-', ;','"' '',.';''' ',-' '' '''' ' ' '
throws and shares with Jini Bel- big George Hirkland cbmpletely bird shoot scheduled 'for, .10..20 -, ' ': ,..1' ',, ,' '.,' ' '
by the distinction Of being' the free of ,his virus and quickly !I:m.9 May 4, is pretty snre to
.
''' t.: tiSe':": .? (
best tebounders on rthe College rounding Into shape the Vgers
e won by somebody', who has not '
five.' The latter is probably the now have a pair et '' big boys. D
leen around lately--emaybe Capt. - .
- ' b ''' ) :': ." ' ''
G Hav Tom Selle 1
'outstanding hustler in the looP,'BilirGibson; 6-4, could ,' well Di rs Or Psul
shar on Jr. wh '
, , o won this. e-, .
but beyond that and Alexander, wind up with scoring honors for vent last year ", k -' - c, , -, ,
College ,- has little ,talent with 1052.-1 .- .- .,
- 1 Of, th ? ' ''' ' ' '.. '' '
pse who ba e h i i) '' ''' '
ii s,,0 ver , IAA 4, ,, ... .' ,. Pi, '.
which.to seek another basketball CriStobars. 'starting five Will. Ciistobal t
raps:recently,'the,'most ', ; 11 'rt ;I , ''. 4 ..
thampionship: But the team On in-all -probability; -., consist of lik I
e y i,contestants are ',Casanova' '''
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the whole keeps alive and fight- Hirkland,''Gibson, Eddie Pabon, and Bill. Itrandl,..who bah, ' '''' .':
toe AV. 4 ,, 4. 4. .., 4146 ..; 4.,. ,,.,..,,, a
ing'.all the time and that fact wendy Sasso and i John Bose-I ereol,
N. 11 htly .)A 't
il s 8 e ter.,than. 20 i , rj l '-' '4 -' '' .., -, - ..
, could cast them Into the role of Man; Boseman had been, side,- 25 't 4.,4 Ai Vi,f 11 P., ,i, ky I Egt
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i ddaaoaii Atama. It araa m IPI...0 41P, a ytft 'a A a vt .. 11..A ,....., IiiU ...ai,to wo,a od i nti lit .2..C1:"4 "S. 41,7A :-',. 1 C:f '. ' .'' Agok .0iiii i
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spui,110, -0,111Aults LAWILAI 11 OLIVIA A&I.7111 1 WV.21b VI, at ton,vw -, ,1 , i IIIS ..- s
BrOlia threat to 'Balboa,t and with a bad cold, but should ,find r-- ----A -- I '', I ' Cabo 4 c -f, 1
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ristobal in their quest to:wreSt no trouble getting back Into top '' ,, 1. ,. 4 -1' 1
it''
ae' basketball crown, ''' condition '' before t o In 0 r r o w 4, AT LOWER', ; '''' .' -'. ,, ,,,,,. i ,-1 ,,
The Bulldogs come to Cristot night's opening encounte, w th ., ,, v , , kin oo toploomon poti ow.
al for their first'real test ot the the Balboa BulldogS.,) li ----
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eason Nuesday night, Both The Bulldogs havr apParen ly I sl'av41-9.-L,,,!,-,l!,ts., '- ,,,
eams are about as evenlY taken a page from the Cristobal ., , 0,61-6"7111N,,
latched es. they can be with book of rules and if Friday t. --,ALLtOTIIER' .. o-, ,.1,,,,,,,,,-., ,
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he Tigers holding a slight edge night's game Is to be an exam- ' -?, l'- DISTRIBUTORS: ,-- ', A :
a ,: beigh. Balboa's scoring ple, will be deadly:from the free 'ANNuAL SALES '' ,,, ,
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hreat comes from Roy Culbreth, throw line, For many years this ; ., .. t'
espite the ,- fact that his 20 has been one of Cristobal's out- e :
.-Tlitirsditlith , , (Motores Nadonales). 4 ,T,..k '''
loints total against J.O. Friday standing features. Balboa netted ' .' r : ; AUTOMOBILE BOW , . ,
Light did not impress this writer 15 out of a possible, 23 Friday
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o an great extent.; Culbreth night against .1.q. and as even, ( ' , ,. ,
as dangerous only-under the ,ly as the Bulldogs are matched , REmEmBER TIIE,..,, ,,, , ,,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,., , , ,.,.,
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asket and did not receive too against Cristobal, the final out:, DATE ------
ouch opposition from Bon Bau- come of tonight's ,,, game could ' 4,,,,,i ?,
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aan wh owas assigned to guard rest -on, the ,sharpness of the '' ., ,-.,' ' i , ,, 4 .: i
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ant' Gary Aleltander and, Raul foul-shooters.' ,, ,- ,, , ',.", ,, ?, :. .. ,,- ; -, :. f i ,
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ommenclation to the' Pane; former scoring-by. one length in .. i i
nbling Control Board that 1:40 44.; '''.- ' 4- 't ---
ner's licenses of .1 a m e s The second qualifying'. teat was . '-,, -. : . ., ....,i , ,,, I 1
Ind Merman Waite be re- won by Ragazza in a' much more, ' -.. ' ,,- ,, ., .., ,1,-., ,' 1-1 -- - II
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lius a $100 fine ,for Waint exciting stretch battle.',4, Ragazza ' -, 'v ,' e'", 4, :,,... t
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e top' news, gleaned from game on to,acore going away aft. ',, , ,, A
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ekend's President Remon er ...setting mOst of the pace and' ,-; -. ' ,.
I steward's report; ,, falling back to third place at one' .. , e 4, 1. :, ,
. till '
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, ' ' i stage in,the homestretch; At the s. ' , , , ,!
finish it watt Ragazza b a half .. '' '.. ' ' ' '-' '''''' "- ( '''"
igolinrcisnpovensst'llbglaeti-pna4rtydetlori length over Golden Rocket while '' 't i
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ytion's glaringly contradic
native Romancer was three-quar- -;- -',
rformance in winning Dal- ters of,a length further, back The - A -, -- ' ''' '' '' ,. ,, ,,,,-
lith rade after- trailing thne 1:41. 1' ' '' ':. '' .' '''- '. '1 ' ' ' A16-""da. '
night out that until 1 a a t of the above-mentioned five St rt. ..'. '' :, ' -'' ,A ,,,1 , .t
m previous times out, it
,,0 rP 1
This clearly" ,indicates that ''. any ,' ,,, .s ,, ; -. ,. ;1 ,.. ,, - i is :
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e ; .
ers could bring home the bacon '-i 2 l',,- , '" -, ' 7, -; '
raite. had been registered
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red by ''
pss actually the, person in .000E - ..,-- N $ I prepa
trainer of the horse while
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next ,week Thtirsday. : '. .'' ,,,. .', -., .,, i, ,. .' ,i, , ,, ;.. ,..,,
aU the time- It Is i good bet that less than '' .' '' .1; , ' ., i.) .. ,, .,
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--ono- -' ' hitt of the original 12 horses -4, (.- .' ,,. !.. th,e hitiKerg Of IIIENTIC01
ey Gerenime lesloyawas 'entered for the $15,000'1 added Om dpin A 1,,, .,,, Imp 7.. ?
'President of the Reim! f t
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iffl stx months-1e aczuire may 4
experience before 4 twine tic Classic will go postwerds ,',' ''''', s- -- ' '4 ;.--- s ' 1,.. k
mile and five-eighths ; ,' '- ' ,- )-- : 1 .' '' '
I to participate In races in the ono
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Surumeno, ., suspended for .15,' -,-
mHseretim' Micima inainstYSulnadile'vlis '-urac,.' ef. th Y.1"11' s ; t 1 ', '' ' ' '''''-';..; ,,,,...'l- ''.....' ,, 15, : ; : t' If.; j'':.. :, '. .',';':',, ; .';'11..;',.,1- .. -,I.' '' . 411W , v.
ace because' of his itt,a,,,bi:,
central his mount.. days -, Sunday ,wheq, he- pulled tmi 't ,,,,,, ,:,,,,,,,,.' .:,. : i . 'r ''' ' - 4
, . . lame, its automatiCallvout,'Abo- '
o, a trailog in situraay s
egg, obviously outclassed, is an- .
other that will not start espectal, - ',.- A -0'.
!lowing an impressive vic viclv
lv viclv since, his elassv stableiriates. ,
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t previous time out,' was
'and tamarista,' are also; ..
'2'. -r''''' ,,' ' ':'. 1 A FINE' QUALITIP PRODUCT
ed for eight meets be- mend
:notmermeedrfGoernetrhoesoracsiem. Inble tenotittlysl t I ., ',- 1 ,, .- , ,..., .,.., ,
lt, his poor performanee.
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Alta tadra got a four four,
, four, ispension for refusing io -4., .4.4,,,,,,,,,'.
-,, ,,,, ,,,, ,, loom as the 'favorites to win at -----'-si"------",
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four this writing., , ,,,,,,
Li Verger" netted a 'I
malty
kr Pulling un illimo7; forKmin.g:asndPI'r141aYbli01)3rt, ena.inc'Yonin-wginnthenr ,,S I. It I NIT -- ( ' '
are ''', other probable, ,, n,,, ;.,,,,,,,,,wt I
ately 'after, the start
a fifth tace. ".. , ,''' sillevrteahneAs.mai ,,, , AN'ssissob-rsco i .
, ''''' :ASTRINE, --: ; i' 1
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Fiddling and, Sturumeno
the." field ttsown ', ).1.ticAt.. AMADAINI t ' ' ''' s ' ' ''' ''
tO Menet, Camarista, 'Jalisco, --.0io--tm's,41"1'40
ven- 15 days eaeh for fin- Thitr woidd hrs.,,,ir
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ame after their respective
, , ..-. , moisadeq, Sebnfaie' II, Perdulario. 'I ''''-,,,,,."1"- sww4 is an effective GERMICIDE .,- -- .:
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I diniglio drew a $10 fine Michaux and DiOeeNe,et,--"' 1 ,e,i
ding Pastore late to the t. ' '- -,--;-44-,- '.. ',' I ,.. -.4 ,,,,..,-,-sts, 7
. ? IS a useful treatment for DANDRUFF ii
s'barn for Sunday's West i t'a I t ... : t its:t. r'n.st
Federation Classic., L.O., ,',',ports oriels :
4,444,14.4.,"- 4
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, two-year-old 'native than- :, !, .;,--, .!., - i
a is an i'dealmouthwash fot IIALIDOSIS 141; .,
,cls have. been 'entered for , ,s ',,.1, ,,
v 11 Carolina'''. Mendez de DROENY TAKES YITLII , .,..
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Classic., Those entered for ,' ,, . .,-. ,,,, , : 1 "-, carries the seal of approval,of the' ',7,''',4 i, ,,-, :
00. addefl five.furiong dash CANNES, ,France (UP)---Jaroerict,-Titita,'
Blanoulta,'Mo- slav Drobny of, Egypt beat Paul 1
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Resorts

t, FOSTER'S Cottages and Lam
; 'Beach Noun. Ons mils past the
t Casino. Phan Balboa 1166.

: Baldwin's furnished 4111aotoloots
I, at Santa Clara Beach'. Telephone
' Smith, Balboa 3681.
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, en beach. Phone ,' Thompson,
; 'Balboa 177L-
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t PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa-
nama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673..

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Junio'r College.
!Love
'Bernal April 30
The Canal Zone Rinks? College
; has again chosen a stage play with
..a long record of suncessful produc-
tion to its second "big play" Of
the r lent year. "Love Is Etern Eternw4
w4 Eternw4 be given at the Diablo
, : Heights Theatre on Wednesday, A April
pril April 30. ,
I Patrons 'who have seen any of
the hundreds of successful produc produc,
, produc, tions of the dramatization of the
, best seller, Book-of-the-Month Club
,; choice novel by Irving Stone, usual
, lY speak admhingly and compli complimentarily
mentarily complimentarily about the wzrth ot the
play and the emotional heights to
' which they were carried in seeing
and hearing the story of Mary
Twirl Lincoln.
' The telling of the stormy, court court4.ehin
4.ehin court4.ehin of the great president and his
"Spitfire' wifei and the tense dra dra,,nia,of
,,nia,of dra,,nia,of the life of the Lincoln rant rant.
. rant. ''sly in the White House in Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. D.C. during the years of the
:Civil War, offers a temptitg oppor oppor4unitv
4unitv oppor4unitv for college drama groups
lo portray one of the most bril
;art sni con.roversial characters
Atnerican hktory,
:11 The class in dramatics of the lo lot
t lot cal college Will be essisted by stud studbents
bents studbents from the two sections of the,
class spedch for the One per per,
, per, riormance On April 30.
4,1 All of the. 30 characters will be
Uressed in robes similar to- those
i,,orn by ;It chorus or a choir, ex ex.
. ex. 14feent tor color highlights, and in
, lighting Win Casa make
, elear the 'IPProlitiate eohnections
iliedY ereengements.This,; method,
whiletew to the Isthmus, is wide wide'
' wide' iy used in Ahe United States..
-1.0 Admission is $1 per person, and
.-lieurtain time will be 8 o'clock..

OUAKE SHAKES TERAMO
TERAMO, Italy (VP)A sharp
.ettarthquake rocked this mountain.
tolls recion of east central Italy
,,&esterday but no. casualties or
6damase were reeorted. Officials
- tiald the epicenter was believed to
'ebtkve been in the mountains wes
Of ;here.

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partments

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ATTENTION. 0. 1.1 iv bog
modem famished ovsthoutots,
2 bedroom. lot. voi Om
Phone Panama 3-4941. -4- 4-1T
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FOR RENT Modem'fuenish-',

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ed vpartment with two bee.
rooms, livingroom. dining- room, ;
' kitchen, genie and six closets.,
46th Street No. 2-62 for intor.
malice call 3-1413. ;

FOR. RENT Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. one bedroom (private on
trance) Via Pones No. 114,

FOR RENT a; Modern spacious
two bedroom, furnished apart.
anent, including .houseware. Hot s
water 4150. Ave. Pere 37-20;

FOR RENT Modern apait.
monto living-dining room, two
besirooms, moid's room,- hot wa...L
tort garage. Alberto Navarro St.
No. 22 El Cangrelo'
2177-4 ''-

Completeii. iturnished air tom
ditioned ,, &pertinent,' Hi-Fi Set.
- desirable residentrai Section,' 3
Aso rood's. $250.00 for 3
- months only. Call 3-4840.

FOR RENT Fit couple, com-
pletely fundshed 'apartment, one
bedroom, living; dining teen ;
for three months, or more. first v
Street Pore lir7-24 No. 10. N.
' furnished Apartments for rent
S50.90 and $55.0,0. Military
I Inspection. 7, Telephone No. 3-
1. 2068, helm No. 99..Vie Pelves.

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FOR RENT Furnished a apattinent,,Igi
pattinent,,Igi apattinent,,Igi dining roemondeperident, sere-
iss, San Francisco, 86th Street
No, 6, near to Testes itoose.
vett. '

$50.00, furnished apartrent,
rert Clayton neighbors, coinfor-
table, 'yard., Furnished 4 apart apartments.
ments. apartments. a4471,4
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FIRMS' FRE'PARE
LONDON 'CCP) 'London bum bum!Miss
!Miss bum!Miss firms' today"reserved blocks
of rooms in downtown hotels and
chartered buses and rented Call
in preparation for tho London bus
strike threatened 'for May 5. A
United Press sutvey showed 41irge
corporations, wero expected, to run
nearly d.,000 private coaches a day
during, the strike, carrying em employes
ployes employes to and from work- Some
firms were rhported paying triple
the normal rate to reserve the
buses during the expected strike
by 50,000 workers. ,

LEGA!. NOTICE

tetoLf olf
U.S. ANTHEM ON RED RADO
LONDON (UP) Radio Moscow
played the Star Spangled Bannir
tor what was believed to be the
first tima Saturday night. The
record was played on a disk jock jockey
ey jockey Show beamed. to North Amer America
ica America at the' request,,,gf Ilichard
Aaron 'of Milwaukee, Wis., and
Robin Kimbell 'of Tazewell, Va.

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UNITED STATES or AMERICA
' Canal lone -
t United States IIistrict Court For
7 The District of The Canal Rope
: Diviion of Balboa oo
Francis H.- Bonnell, by David de C.
Roble; his Guardian ad ',item, Plain Plaintiff
tiff Plaintiff vs. Wanda Sue Bonnell, Defendant.
SUMM0113 Case No. 4668 Civil Docket 21
Action for Divorce. 1 o
To the above-named defendant;
You are. hereby required to appear
and answer the cotnplaint, filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after publication. 3o, t o ,o
-In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief
demanded in the cmplaiht.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie
Crowe, Judge, 'United. States District
Court for the District of thr Canal Zone,
this 21st day of April, 1958.
' C. T. McCormick, Jr;
, Clerk
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(beat; ' '
By Marion D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk
To Wanda Sue Bonnet'
The fdregding summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie ,s10.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated April 21, 1958. and entered and
filed, in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa. on
April 16. 1958. '
C. T. McCormick. Jr.!
' By Marlin 1); Bowint
' '" Deputy Clerk

' "'''.'N'A'L'E ',
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4tegistered Trademark :t:
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,i INDUSTRIAL !FT -:
, TRUCKS 'AND OISTS ,,
, Local Representative -4
2: ',1$1.:4.:1;01VE1:1: S. k..,',.,
'' ' COLON .4
Tel; 74.106 Apartado 109
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Tickets' for, the concert
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of the PHILARMONIC
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'SYMPHONIC!' ORCHES:
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4 TRA,OF.,NEW, yoRK' on;
' the 29th of 'April:are'
, now .on 5 irer Wirir7
' son'sand-I.''' Lrtgladuro
I Jr.. S. A. ',

-,, FOR SALE OPPORTUNITY,1
-,,,SAVE MORE THAN $1,000.,',
mom- 00 'A U T 0 MOBILES like
On. NEW--AUTOS EISENMAN Of
mom', FERS FOti
first v 2-1957.
). or Steerini and 8rakesb Radio..3
Tone, WS Wall H;es, 20 miles
rent per gillon '$2,000.00 less cost.,
akar! 3.-1958 'Chevrolet Bel Air V Vci
ci Vci 1. 8 '4DR ,, Powerglide, WSW
t' d' T T V t'l
, 'rest a on, Ong. On

LEAP! TOUR AD WPM ONI OP OUR limners OR OUR OPTION; AT 13-1 air STRITT.
INTERNAL DA PUBLICACIONESNe. I Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDOCeittrel A VO. 46 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La Carraveullia PARMACIA ILOSI
PANAIIIII-. LIBRERIA PRP:MOOI Street Pls. IS AGRNCIAS
BARDO-tNe "Ir Wrest itIORRISON-4th et July Atm A J St. LEWIS sEltviciAvs. Tivoli No. FARMACIA ASTADOS UNIDOS-10 Central Ave
PARMACIA LUX1-1114 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANOB-4 de le 081S. Ave N0,11 FOTODONITJetle Arsamene Ave sea 53 St FARMACIA
VAN.DER.J1S-54 Stress Ns. 53 SARMACIA IATURROParene Wean Steed FAZMACIA ISAS"Vis Peron III ItIOVIDADES A'rHIS Dad&
the Belle Pieta Theatre. II COLONz Coattail Avenue 12313 v,s 4.11,

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Automobiles '''111 'Boots Cr Mofors

s.FOR SALE -- 1957 Ford retrac. FOR SALE -- 15 boat with
table Hard: top. Fi . 3. trailer. 2 motors and controls's'
3151 after 4 p.m, $300.00. Call 3-2420.

FOR SALE -- 1955 Chevrolet
'Bel Air sport coupe. Like now.
Will accept trade. Pheno 81-
, 3231.
, FOR SALE --'1953,Deigto Dip-
lomat 4-door Sedan,'Nery good
condition. Original owner.' Te1.1
, Balboa 3325 aLter 4:30 p.m. .,t
FOR-. SALE-. 1958 ,Englisht
Ford Zephyr Convertible0Aute:; s,
matic top, blue. Balboa 2718,-
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FOR SALE 4956 Ford Conn.'
try Sedan ."Fordomatic,' ': Radio,
Powersteering, many extras, 9
- passenger. 11;000 'miles.' $1800
Balboa 2718.3-4,-,-

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4-1957 Hillman 4DR, WS
. W tires,' 2- Tone. Leather up upllohltort;
llohltort; upllohltort; '40 miles, per gxlion.
5-1956 Tord-Cuitoni,, Radio,
Feedomatic, White tires. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent 1 mocha nical condition.
i 6-1955 Pontiac-Coupe, Ra Ra,
, Ra, die, 'New Upholstery, Tos-Tone
paint. Excellent mechanical con,.
(Moo. ,
7-649544 -k-Chavrolet-Bel. ,.". Air o"
aytitOpkr Aylinten New ,.1A1,11ite...;.;
nylon, otelmJeaber upholstery"
magnificenthlwachanical, condi-1
tioftW,A04,4 N '
11-1-1,9554 Oldsmobilruper SS
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Hartitoppradie, new mylon upw,,
holsterY,4WS Wall' tires, oripi oripinal
nal oripinal paint', insupirahle mechani-
tal condition. I ; ,"
4
doors. rati,,powi4teerinit
tirts,slisollent 411,etbenical goal'
dition; pt ; e
AUTOS .11SENNAN.! Telsi
4966,, 2.261 6,' next teca-Cula.,
Bottling Co." 41
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FOR SALE' 1955' D04190 ",
"Siorra;t 4 door Station Wagon,4,
emerald groom,' xaolleat coadi4,44;
owneij Phan, Sallioolvq
171S. k-0 '

FOR SALE 1957 Ford Tau Taunut
nut Taunut duty paid 1495.00.3oe at
Mambo id Exchango.,, t National NationalAti.'
Ati.' NationalAti.' Noe 41, Auto Row.

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155 Central Ave.',
, rhone, 2-23.16

, TrIE PANAMA,AMEItICAN AN IynrrEntsT DAILY NEITSPAIMEIC

LIFE 'INSURANCE:
, ,, call,
' JIM 'RIDGE
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General Agent
, Gibraltar Lire ,IOS. CO,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552

April 26
Fidanque Travel Service
, Tel.. 2-1661

WANTED 4-. We PaY cash foe
' 195,5 CHEVROLET, 4D11 6 cy cylindori
lindori cylindori '' AUTOS : EISENMAN.
t Tel'. 2-2616, 2-11P66,4,,naat Co-
ca-Cola Company, 4',

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Moslem lphuse playing and Jot
taught. Beginners, advanced and
classical etudents. 31st trees,
Central Avenue, 6-55.
Phone- 3(3653.. 4'4

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'WASHINGTON, April 22 (Ilr)
Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson predicted
Jast night the democrats Wi
piclrup enough seats in the No November
vember November borigressional elections
"to Put an end, to government
by.sveto." 0- y

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Serike-Personnel,
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Government Employees
Art eligible to, finance lhat NEW.
or USED Csr or Borrow on your
...present ear through
' Agency
of nick- DEHLINOER
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GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
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: No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW, N
, Panoma City.
, rtione 4-4384-3.41811 :

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The ,,Texas Dimocrat lashed
out anew at President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower ,for vetoing ,the Rivers and
Harbori Bill and the Perth Price
Bill is a sbeech before some 2000
women Democrat, attending a
conference to whip' po enthuliasm-fOr
th,e fall plitical cam campaign'.
paign'. campaign'. Other: democrats includ including
ing including Former Presidepr Truman
also' assailed the Republican ad administration,
ministration, administration, :
Truinen: f,a,millan "give iem
heir veln,,blamed,the recession
on the administration's former
hiOneY',! policy and,,charg and,,charged
ed and,,charged It 'was "Used t, Irob! the or ordinarY
dinarY ordinarY citizens. to' Pav Off poli political
tical political obligations to ,the :gigantic
financiers3 t r,
, ,Cotnnaring.60P ,platteri to
Shvlock,',, the ,usurer in Shakes,-"Merchant
of Venice,"
he 'said '"Shylock was a gentle gentleman
man gentleman compared .to' 0t Republi RepublicaR
caR RepublicaR interest-harp, goverrment."
The woman applauded loudly
when 'rrumam declared,, if you
don't elect Democratic senators
ands congressmen, 4' yoU deserve
what you' get."'
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Seeking'-'$750.000',
In'Vron'Oful Death
-ROLL WOOD (UP) ....Attorney
William Jerbme Pollock today an announced
nounced announced intentions of i filing a
$750,000 Alit in Superlor Court
shortly ,itharging" Turner,
her 14-year-old daughter, Cheryl,
and Stephen, Crane with responsi responsibility
bility responsibility le the 4'wrongful death" of
Lana's,lovert'Johnny Stompanato
Pollock Said the damage action
would be sought on behalf ,,,' of
Stompanato's 10-year old son,
John ;,Stompanato with TV1
producer Jack. klaTris. actint,

the guarditti of litiga-tion:77

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WASHINGTON (UP)Pormer
President. Truman has admitted
he .erred tvhen he told a congres.! I
sional committee he never, made I
a statement about unemployment I
attributed to him by Arthur Krock
of the New York Times 1.950.'
The ex.President told Krock, in
a letter of apologytha he! "very
much" regretted the mistake. But
he said "my memory, like that of
most people, sometimes fails to
work quickly." Truman said his
former Secretary of State, Dean
Acheson, had set hint straight.,
The Dentocratic former prest,
dent sent adcopy -of his letter to
,the House Banking Committee
where Chairman Brent' Spence
0::0,KY.) placed' it in the' hearing
record. Spence said Truman
frankly idmitted "he made,
take" when he appearrd ,before
the group last Monday.; :

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FOR SALE Frigidairo, I ton tL
, 230 volt ,, air conditioner, 5
months old. Phone 113-32311.

FOR $A1-1 I Venetian
bliods, 50"z60,"''. fit ,4-family,
$65. Black-too dining table $7,
50. Home, 5779-11 Diablo. Tel.
244479. 4

,
FOR SALE Radio-phonograple
r,3-speod,'21" RCA TV, Vaccum
Cleaner; iota; two twin mat-
' tresses ,' one double; 'electric
clothe! d'rger; portible type-
,writers. Ivorthing good condi condition.1
tion.1 condition.1 Paeams 2-2042 or 3- f

"Sealed bids will be iccepted by
' the Navy Exchange Officer Na NaIfai
Ifai NaIfai Station, Rodman; Canal 'Zone
for She Pale of 414vehicles, The
vehicles may be inspected at the
Rodman Public' Work, Motor,
: Pool, building No. 614 between
the hours of 9:00 cm, through
.3:00 '1 p.m. daily 4Mondays
'through Fridays. ,,L Bids will bd
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man. Canal 4Zone.. For further
,- information please call ,Navy4.
33E9 or' 3490." 1 ,:
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'FOR $ALE 6 venetian blinds,'
5Cinch (four family apartment
, size) ,,l-nine cubic foot 'West 'West,
, 'West, inghouse refrigeriter,
ringer typo washoe; and 1-10-
inch fan, all 25-cycle snot listed
for converiion. Phone Balboa 2-
3004: ,.

' , 4
MOSCOW It il 22 CUP)
, pr ,-
;Vernier,' Nikita Ithrushchev
said last night Itussiw plans to
7rtichteate't the, 'United States
tO orOMmunism. r, r
erne(re-training will start att atter
er atter COMMunism cOnoners
in peaceful compett compettMr):
Mr): compettMr): he said.
The Soviet leader addressed
his off-the,euff remarks to us,
Ambamador Llewellyn Thom).-
son at a receDtion in the, Polish
Embassy, The receptionthonor
',Pollock said the -action would
,charge., , ,
,,,The killing was deliberate. k
-,-Crshe,' the girl's father, failed
to exercise parental control.
,Miss Turner should never
have excited ,,, the, girl' by 'telling
her of Stompanato's threatS.
-' Lana had an opportunity ;to
protect Stompanato with her own
'body and ,
Those in .the !louse at the
time of the knifing failed to call
the- doctor soon enough,
.

ANYONE FOR HOPPERS6
SYDNEY,. Australia (UP)--, The
Sydney, Sun -Herald yesterday
urged Australians ,, to become
gourmets, and eat 'grilled grass.
hopper, more as a public service,
than anything else. The Sumner-1
ald pointed out that grasshoppers,
like rabbits, art, a plague in the

. hod Down Under,

Truman., said be was gorrectly
quoted in 'the interview as saying
that "a certain amount unem unemployment,
ployment, unemployment, say from three to five
million, is sppportable; it Is a
good thing that job-seeking should
go On at all times; that is healthy
for the econonte)
portion of Kroek's reply to
Truman ,also vas placed In the
hearing record. In iti the New
York ,TimesA columnist, thanked
Truman for his "generous act" in
requesting that the record be
corrected. z
An his letter to Krock, the ex expresident
president expresident said he was ,"taken bv
surprise" when Republicans asked
him about that passage, and lie
replied 'that the exclusive 1950
dinteview with Krock "did not
'
4 -Truman 'said if lhe Interview
had been quoted In "ss' it
should have been, perhaps I would
have remembered it." He also
said he thought Krock was "being
used to make.a whipping boy out
et me.
Disagrees With Aktion
A ",1 still 'cannot see 'why, it was
necessary to dig up dead borses,
and situations long since succe-
fully, colicluded, merely to justify
the fact that nothing has ,been
done to correct our present prob.
lems."' - ,
Somr-RepublicatirlaVe'cited
the letter in an effort to support
their charge that Truman took a
much less serious view of unem unemployment
ployment unemployment when he was in the
White House that. he does now
during a GOP administration.

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FOR SALE L' &Norton. TV $75
Pbone 83.3231,

' FOR SALE -- Gil stove, apart.,
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. fondi. tion: Phone 3-322 -

' FOR SALE Refrigeratoi,'"In.
tstrnational Harvester," with
deep Freezer compartment. Iron
, bed, 14, with "Beauty-Rest"
mattress' and spring.' Bar, dark
A
mahogany, with four, solid ma- J
kegany ,stools. Softie,' two arm 1-
, chairs, two tables., set of knotty
'" cypress specially treated to stand
mitt. Quarters 41-B, Fort Gulick.'
Telephone 08304.

FOR SALI .- Grandfather clock.),
refrigerator "Kolvinator" hide a
bod..iliningroont. bomboe sot,'
gat stove, gearing country.
13111.,; '

, FOR SALE Smalr hods $4.00,
sewing machine $30.00, type type'
' type' writer $20.00. Williamoin
Place; Balboa 0778, Apt. F.
FOR SALE Rod Iron and
Mahogany Pining room'', sot,
'$100. Call Furundu 4135.A'
FOR SALE ;-,, Now, unused Easy
' automatic combination washer
dryer S355.00. Call Panama
6291 between 4 and 6

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FOR SALE Large trail guar-
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t. Williamson Place. Tel. 2-4213.
FOR SALE Furniture' set of
, bamboo, hvo theirs, settee and
;how bend': Also bedroom fur fur,
, fur, nished, and T.V.,7Antenna.
(ghoul Panama 3-4629. '

ed the- 13th anniversary CI', the.
1943 treaty of. friendship and.
mutual, 'aid between, Aussie. and
-
' audiende of some 300 dirt dirttSoviet
tSoviet dirttSoviet officials, and
tewimen Khrush-1
cheytossed. off a series of Jibes
'at- the West. He, appeared to be
,one". of ; the bubbling inoode
when, he says :whatever', comes
into his mind. ,
ICArushchey remarked to the
communist ambassadors h a t
they ,roresent "peaceful coiin coiintries"
tries" coiintries" Then' he added: 4
"I know there are, other ambassadors-here
..who,. would love
to spit bn communism. t
don't' let's se wheo can spit far farther;
ther; farther; like camels in a 'Cage.. Let!
us ',Compete peacefull.
, "Of ,coVrse we will- beat the
'capitalists.", he ,added.. "But
that does not Mean killing anY,
body." ,
,,,' He' said the 'Communist .-Chtnese.
are clever because they' are
re-educating -capitalist elemente
in ,their country to sicceot so socialism.,,Then
cialism.,,Then socialism.,,Then he turned to the
American. ambassador ..,sijith a
broad end 'said, "114 our!
system wins, then, we will help
re-educate you?! ,,t -
discusaing .' th Soviet
Union's progress in butter pro-,
duction; he again ,,,Itddressed
Thompson,
"We' are stepping on your tails
and catching. up, with !you," he
said.' '. -i -
-,'KhrhshcheY '-t pasted the.
growth --'and strength of the
contnunist citinP He added, "the
main problem is to avoid a mil military
itary military 'clash.", 'i
"But this is! pos,sible
the, adversary ',understands that
,the- 'event,. of an attatk he
be will have an, unpleasan sur surprise,"
prise," surprise," .he said. :

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' WASHINGTON (UP)Vanguard li
satellite chief John r. Hagen sug. g
gested yesterday that space' near s
the earth may become so glut- o
tered with ',dead and useless" b
satellites that they might touch n
off a war by, mistake. t, '', ,'
' He called for an International t
conferencp to !ilia the number of c
man-made moons and to fix the
kinds of radio transmitters that t
ceuld be Installed in them. He said t
U.S. scientists already were think- 0
ing about,how ,to deal with, the a
problem. ",;-', ,5' ,,, '. , t
' Hagen told a House committee
studying space problems that if 1
the number of satellites got out of t
hand, defense forces easily could 1
mistake a passing moonlet; for an a
incoming ballistic missi1C, 1
, While be lid not say' so spe- I
cifically, Hagen obviously feared i
dihi
defense i f ces; .Would,t,,retallate
quickly wi laucicar,,tippe4', mis- 1
siles un ;such,7 ntreuitistanges. i
touchbiroff global,,:war,'";JV;1! (
,,,,, ,- , -.f :' frill- !,',$,A, A.141,:.1 j '0, I
Hagen ,'reneske his 'prediction I
that a 3.25-pdund test sphere :
launched by the Navy's Vanguard
project, March 47 would keep on
cirOling the ,earth for at least .200
years. In w year or so, Ile said, i
the, number in orbit ill be ufar
behond the fingers of two hands."
, Asked when Vanguard ,t would
launch its next ,satellite a 41,- I
pound affair, he, replied with ',a,
grin: ."The A,, newspapers say,
Thursday,"' ', ,' .. ', .,,,;, ,
, Pressed hy thelongressmen; li'e
said ":"very soon, the 'very near
future." He also said the qslavy
planned 'to 'launch an linproved
Vanguard" 'rocket carrying a 40-
pound satellite by tbe end-of the
year,' 1 4 ,
Hagen said it was a matter of
"very great concern" to him that
' competing nations., might launch
so many satellite they eventually
would become "a mgnate." : ,:,'
',. ' - ., 4 t 2e
' Cannot Remcive Satallitt ,'

'"We are considering Ways and
means of bringing these things
down," he said. ,:"'however,,Zwe
cannot do this today. Once you
put a thing into orbit, it is a very
difficult thing to remove It" )'
Rep. B. F. Sisk (D.Califj asked
how many satellites would consti constitute
tute constitute a menace, and to whom.
Hagen said first that astrono astronomers
mers astronomers wold be concerned at' the
"corruption" t of space by 'the
man-made moons., He said scien.
tists ,ari, tidy eople who like to
keep track ofeach body in space.,
"'But my principal concern has
toobe with the national defense.'
tan onlY,, -guess. that- at
time,' goes on, we will be more
and More concerned with the pos.
sibility that missiles I will be
launchea against us.,We will have
to have warning devices,to record
spproach of these missilea.
.44The distinction between a dead
satellite pasint overhead an an

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incoming ',missile is not ve
great. It will take very close
servation to tell whether it is
old satellite or an intercoutine'
ballistic, missiles, or a str
meteor.' -
"Putting up dead satellitei
Make that task extremely di.,
cult."
He said his proposed inter
tional conference should establ,
by treaty if necessary limitatio
on what can be put out in spe
and whaC khid of radio, transt,
tersti- may be used. ,-
, At present only three sal,
lites, all American, are, circll
the earth. Both of Russia's sai
lites have 'fallen int,, the derA
atmosphere and burned up. IV
satellites p'aced in a inear
fect,orbit .would stay bp inde
, ,
,liagen ialci that-after the 'NE
launches its 40.pound satellite
nekt stepAvofild,be the launch'
of a reeketgovIth a more powe
first) stage 'that could hurl i;
orbit a satelliti weighing fr
200 tO, 1,000- pounds.

SERVICES

,
ATLANTA-1 The Weather E
reau, SIMIMing up reports of
blazing, object high in, the t
over---the-:--southeastern, Unit
Statesf---,
4All''''rePOrtS Indicate it v
very bright,, bullet shaped,
red with a yellosv tail and put r
a lot of fireworks."
. ,

,
, WASHINOTON Sraeli ,Prif
,
Minister ,David Benturion, r
pressing' Israerk posi on on
armament: ,
Me, would be In-lavor ol
complete disarmament of all
peoplet in the Middle EaSt.:1
though e are the smaijest
pit among themi we wouir
mind
' WASHINGTON Comiritt
Secretary SiTNI2ir Weeks on wh
to' expect solid prOgress tows'
business 'recovery: ,,,
"I' would hope .verr.much thr
no,ltrinight see some solid progre'
f ard aloncln June or July.'

NAyAL EXERCISE SLATED
VOKOSUKA, Japan (UP).
Twenty-four warships from f I v
SEATO' pact nations, will rendc
vous in Singapore next Mond;
for a twoAreek training exercis(
the IT: S. Navy announced her
yesterday Ahe ,exercise,
l'Oceanlink," 'will group net',
vessels from the 'United Star
dietain, Australia,. tNew Zeal&
andyakistan. The Navy Bald t
main part of Om maneuvers w
take ,place from MaY 3 to May
between Singapore and Manila.

'a view tu,vard improving service and correcting
irregularities that 4)cur,'involuntarily,, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AllIERWAN has established a special'

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singapore. next Moods i
...v 5,....,,,,AL ul siunamon. - ,- ., ,,. Dina Down under,' , .- ; said.' -..'''!''.'',,.. ,r '. -i- "-'1'liu -M.; -print-Tpai'c-o'n.c.e.r"oril-a-s..
'1 i'',' . ., j '', Lower t-rleb
a!lenr casec471;onur. ''' failure 'to so'''ITIPear I Khrushehev 't o a s t e d ,.' -the tti;fie with the national defense lieu, g In'
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and enswer. ,judgment will be t,aken a- ,, ,:, ; ; : -,.,.. -, .,', t 0 , ..,',.'.: i:, -': ....; ,,,..., ., i. : .! ,,, ; ', - -,-:: ..: -., ... N
...toy,. -ouss that, As for, a two-areek training exercis(1
'. the; U.' .S. Navy,, announced he,r
yesterday...Abe :exercise,. : cane
; '4 ,!; . ,,' "' ''
' '5,,,,:' '.; As Ever Before
1 teaminsatridpd)""ut brhtdm'finIpniathhLr till 'rel,,le,f1 "i. $11-1",, 11. a n -' -' -'l 1; 6 ,7,11,,l,,),' : ,, 1 f., I rs, ,... eonimunist camp. He added, "the time,' goes on, we will be more ,..
n problem., Is to avoid a rnil, and More concerned.with the pos- Oceanlini," will ; group ', nav,
'-, ',., g, '-,,' d WITNESS,the Honorable Guthrie T. ' ruman- milts, rror-Iftipenia Mai
. 1 11 ' 1 ''' I '' Crowe, Judge. United. States District
'tarty 'clash." ;,, . , i sibility that t missiles 1. will be
' ,i 'W ''n 0 at -, Court for the District of the Canal Zone, :-
" ', Eiin Cr' '''' ''R'''O'INICI ';::'''''s: vessels ..from- the 'United. StatY
v , :, -I .:
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,, ,1 ; C. T. McCormick. Jr; '.. : ItiolibilaChveeaw1121.11111111nggf dile2v.ieWese Tointehcao;42 43anrcitrtat,,rina;k"isAtUSant.r'airlihai 'NaelVvy'."I'Ze4idalat,
1,. i ) :. .. I : Clerk PLASHGUN ', .' A .I511:11 ,, ,i..., ",-. ,., : the, adversary11,111 Pnd4serisDtiaellenitYhIft
the 'event, of an attatk he the approach of thest missiles. ,,
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per ,, UUneMP OYMen :. emar
illtle 'will have s,rt, unpleasan mt.- -4.4The distinction between a- dead
,
. .. ? ,.. .. .. 4 .. .,.. .. ,,, . ..... .. prise," .he said- .. satellite. pasing overhead."an,.-an
.
, ,- take ,place fttm May 5 to May
main, part of' lite msneuvers ,a,!
'-.. .- ii,, .: tq,.111,21111116 111; The fregding summons is served Up- o
: 0 : t on you by publication pursuant to the ,
onommennommon; : 'WASHINGTON ',.- (UP)--Former' Tr malt said' b' tl
' q :''' !.' ,,, i --... t Li .t order of the Honorable Guthrie ,, F. ,,. ,,, ., ..
, : 1 :;... 4, '',.,' ', Annual, ..zate .,,, Crowe. Judge. United States District a t t .,:vew- ell: hPresident. Truman has .' admitted quote In .-lhe interview as-saying ",.... .. .. :. :: .. '', ... .- r . t.. 4 ; . ., r ,r .... i. 2. ,..'..:'..,'. r: 1 ..i:;:, ,".',
.i C Court for the District of the Canal Zone, I
, n erna tonal, j e 'was Serree Y -7.,".,!,...",'..:,', ', ,,,,:;....,',,....',-....-.,.,....:,- .'.,-.,,,,,---..-..1:.,,.,,,;...:;-,.'...-.-,-"..-,..,..:.e.:t.w..:i,e,..',Iii,..',,S,:1,1i",g'..a,.P.,:12'..1.:.n....d,.,"M..7.:1.1,a...:,7 1
e.erred tvhen he told a congres- that i'a certain amount of unem. ,'-,-. ., -, ' ";'-' ''- ''.."' '' '''' .' '' 4" ' ''''' ' '' ''''. .'. '''' .'' '
' ,,, dated April 21, 1952. and entered and ,..,.,.. .
i 155 Central Ave.'; '''''.' sional committee he never, made ployment; say from three to five '''. '. ',.' .i.' '', ':. :,. ' ,', ...... '' ; -." --..,.. 1''t ,': .:. ....' '''' ';:; ''''''.:- '''''''''''''''' ;: '''''.'': -..."
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, .i THURSDAY flied, in this action in the office of the ...
Clerk of said United states District ., ,. .,. rhonei 2-23.16 ''-. a statement about unemployment millioni is sppportable; it is, a ,,.
- ,.
,.' court fori the Division of, Balboa. on i attributed to him by Arthur Krock good thing that job-seeking sheilld
TO OUR 'ADVERTISERS: ..:::::.:::,::::,:,--'.:::-,-;,:. ::. ': f .: . . 1
'''' . . I . 24th '4., kpril 16. 98.
C. T. McCormick,' 3r..., - ., - -- , -,, ., ,, ... of the ,Ileve y.ork Times 1950. go on at, all times; that is healthy .., - ; ...,- ,:, . ',:- ." -, ''-' '', '', i.. .. :. '...! :.-.,','.'' ',':!':;,. '- .'.
',,,, : ,,, , The ex-President ,told Krock, in for the econo0110. '-' --'-'' ';. .1. . ; ,,, - ,.. .. I ,...,... ,- .i. .... : ..... , )
s : ,, '.. ,,, i .'. ' Fily!rtiortio'la; Itowtt ''. Stryke personnel ', -. a letter or apology,tha ,he. "very A'pOrtion of ,KrOh,0 re' p'l to :.,.-'.,,';-. ',',',-' ;:. ,. ,-, ,,- '. .-. .- .' r.4 : -' ',4, .,'. :.' ..:- i -.. -1. .' :',. -,, ..- '- :.
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' ,-, -, DeputY Clerk ", : '.1- ': l' much" regr'etted.the mistake. But Truman also 'was, placed inYihe 1 ..'....;',, y '14 .ii 2, '': I'', .,....,....: ::: ,:, ; ':, :: ...f,. 1' .' .... :: ..!:,,' '. ',...!' .:: r ::; ::., :;, .., ......:17 .' -'. .::.
'L 1 ,a Government Employees he said "my memory, like 'that of hearing record. In it,,,. the.' New ':. -.:'. ,!'. i ',,,.....--, .- .' - -
.4 ,
. .. ,,, people,. Sometimes fails' to York -,, Times,. columnist, thanked d ' '... '''' ' '''. .... .ii Or .ecting' --.
: I 4:L. ,, Are eligible to, finance that NEW. MOSt , .. .. W ltil, a .VIeW towar improving service an .,..e. r ,. ........,
, ... 04,.., USEpOr Csnr .o
t :ST ilthrO:Eir IOW! work quickly." Truman said his Truman for Ids "generous act" in .. ',!' i ,'...- ,' ; - ; ' ....' ' -' '' ' '" '' :
, ,ii., ', ', former secretary t0f state., peen requesting ,, that L the record be '. C,": fer: irrgularities that ocor, involuntarily,' from: time to time, -.- ,, ':
1 ,11.'e g'isiYere'dA '- .,, -j-,, Agency
T r' alie'-mEa rk'' .,' ,:." '' ,.... ' k
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.,' : -,. ' : ., 1 .., INDUSTRIAL,. 1 ,, Acheson, had set hint straight.; corrected,. ", -!:, z: -- ,:-.., ,,..... 1 ,, .. , '',
I Fr DICK DEHLINGER ri, ' -...-., ., ..., -- ,- - -,--,, i'.' In his letter-to
'-'- 1 '-', 4" rtipresenting -,- '-' Krock, the ex- '''.".',.
. n ecial --,
Is The Democratic former. presi, president ,said he 'was ."taken bv .,?....,.:, T'ilLE i''ANAMA.A11ElliCAN has ,estahltshed,a 4 ., ,, ., ,....-,....,:i. ,,
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,.. ,i .: ,. ,.., iiii :: , 1: 1RUCKS'AND OISTS ,'
1 GOVERNMENT EmPLoyErs dent sent, a, mop)! -of his letter 'to surprise" 'when ItepubliCans asked' ,' ':-!... .."-, --. L ; ' ';.-f- .. .,.: 1--..', ''.' 4 '-','. -- :. "' .:, 7. -' ', ''.' : .;
. , -,-. FINANCE CO. .1 ., the House... Banking Coinmittee him -about that passage, and lie i ,', -,-, ; -'.. -,.' '- .-.. .., ,' -, ,.'' - ..!.-, ,..', :.. -..., ., ,... ': ', : ,, ''-.
., ..( , Local,. Representative -4 ; ,,,.., No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW, N 'where Chairman.. Brent- Spence replied ',' that ., the exclusive .1950 ''''''''',' ';',''-'-; '.:' -- ..',": : -. ,''.1 ''' .---: :'. -,:'-, '......;...:'.' ,,-,,.- .. ' - .; A '.....,'.. .-
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, i ', , : '' 7 -tit " .'. I. sf P'11111" cItY '- ID.-Ky.) placed' it' ln the' hearing inteview with , Krock "did not : '.',, ',' ; '' ..... '''. '. ''." '' ' '.';'.1. r---6
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record. Spence ,," said ," T r'u m a n h pp ?,,'',." 4 ,, .''' ....... ' ,.' ."' .'" ..'' ': '' -- ..11- .. '., i '.
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-3,. 473,272,000,..worth,.of 'Igoodg..3 antl
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of the nation og a Whole; In 1.93b
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Telephone, Ford and Great:. At.
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The., sharpest gains doilat
sales during 1957 were rung up
by such ,"blue chips" as Chrysler,'
Boeing, General Dynamics and
International Busitess Machine&
Oil ,compan es ,, dominated"; the
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auto firMs, steel producers, gro grocery$
cery$ grocery$ chains, 'retail Online, .,and
electricil equipment manufactur.
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rubber, chemical, food, canning,
electronics and tobacco firms;
and one each of railroad, farm
machinery, food, soap, all public
utility firm&
, 414

CAPTURE 'SOLDIER '
- JERUSALEM, (Israeli Sector)
(UPI An Israeli patrol captutect
an armed Jordanian soldier
terday inside Israeli territory an
Israeli army spokesman repor
here. The, spokesman( said I
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Triday, when foreignMinister' Andrei Grom ykO sard U.S.'hidrogen bombers threaten threaten4d
4d threaten4d a new world war by heading toward 116 ssia every time there was an alert. s,
Within hours Soviet an-thassador Arkady A. Sobolevannounced he -would, air,the,
itropaganda chargi in the Security Councirtalthotigh a Soviet motion t6 censure the
linited States faced sure defeat. -- ,, :
He 1;withdrew all.chargei last night To ther than put the isst;e-to a loaing vote.

4 It was the first time the Soviets
, made such grave charges against
, another power aud .then withdrew
them without a showdowna move
that was an anti-climax and cert.-
. sin to react against the Soviet U Union.
nion. Union.
'Diplomats' .connected the unu unuprocedure
procedure unuprocedure of the Moscow -resummit
negotiations with the
bomber Charge, based 'on a dis dispatch
patch dispatch written April 7 by United
Press president Frank H. Martha Marthalomew
lomew Marthalomew ancl approved by the De Defense
fense Defense Department in advance of
publication.'
They noted thst Gromyko refus refuse
e refuse to meet with the AMerielin,
British and French ambassadori
simultaneously although Russia
has called loudest for Summit tsiks
and even invited the 'Western Big
Three to meet at the ambsssador.
tat level in Moscow.' Gromyko
wmild see the envoys only one, at
a' time. '
'How,Wotil& You
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LONDON, April 22 (U13)--A Mo's
cow radio commentator 'asked
"plain citizens of America" today
how they would like Russian H H'bombers
'bombers H'bombers to fly close to their bord bord.
. bord. -ers. ,
"Would you say that this iA pro promoting
moting promoting peace?" asked commen
' tstor Vladimir Volgin.,
"There is certainly no reason
, for trusting s foreign power when
frtakes action of this sort. So why
- should the Soviet Union trust the
men it Washington whenthey give
orders for their planes to fly to
the frontiers of the USSR?"
-',Volgin was commenting on tir
Russian complaint in' the United
Nations Security Council aoainst
American H-bombers flying to to'
' to' wards Russia.
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At Bruss s' oir why an Air Force Jet and anl air- General Counel. ,,, '...,, (max. mab), NW-I9 NW-18
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, ' ,,v ' 1 I oeiiii tional Assembly Thursday
-, for confirmation as .the 'country,s n .,,.,,
' ubon Townsfolk F end Reports,- many Belgians, a .check showed tration with Idemands for increas L
fruel locks: and Charles N. Nor-i High :, ., .. out
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terday ,
, yes ed protection for civilian airliner .4 ris, payroll systems assistant in. 8:20 a.m., ' 4. ,, 12:15 tun'
27th postwar premier. ,.. ..
against the hurtling military jets the office of the Comptroller. ',6:30 p.m.; ',-.: ,, .12:32 p.m,
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eft. North Africa is opposed y t e one-third. of :tear, collisions" "'"'""",,
Assembly's Communists. Social-
TIA'vetilA mint Gpy, The LONDON' (UP)--,A',,source cloie,Nmted States.
in, the inTilheigyh,tkey' qUestion aPPea'red to ( 1
n ice he whether the Air Force F-100F t
( ists and even many members o
liewspapes Preusa said to- -to S'ir" inston Ch'urehill
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clay townsfolk central Cabe terdaY the '83-year-old statesman 'In- the IltyPical'' America
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Socialist Party leaner anot zor zorof
of zorof Abe United Air Lines plane or --
control when ,it crossed the path 3:00
ed miraclethe body of a '70- e o he Wee er cent ,service charge is added
J'and NEWEST mer Fr3tilier Guy Mollet a Id f d f r P r
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Ruiz had -his body exhumed last shape But 'you can't 0-4vonder ', at sundae 58 cents, and' lee cream ' ME PICTURE EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT!-
, OUR ANNUAL government. '' 1 week to transfer it to a. new people' getting t' the sniffles here sodas 46 cents, in' terms of Amer- during i controlled descent. -, ,'
,
, ,' , I grave. Prensa Libre' said, they with the weather so changeable' ican money. -, ', If the -former. the Redden as
,, "one-in-a-million freak," a CAA
, .. - SALE ;(-' ,- -. -., 4.,, were starqed to, dicover the re- Churchill, 'who had- had two - '. ".4 I smkesman slid: '''' ' '' ' ,'''''' ''''',,. s ,- '''''" ",''''''''"'"'" -",'"'"'"'''41
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-.15- --' servation, with nails and hair in: .monin thia winter,' caused con- hamburger platter with french the CAA would take some action 1 1 ,--- ip,
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; THURSDAY The North Korean-, Communist tact. r ;,, ",' 4 ,' 0 1 7.1( i,, 1
. , , yesterday called for a 'meeting of ' cern 'when bie physician, I, o r d fries is $1.75,
' 1 24th the Military Armistice Commili- of
Neighbors in the provincial town Moran,' visitil him several times. A corresPondent who paid 35 er such accident. But pOkesmen
.. to decrease the chances of anoth anothQuemado
Quemado anothQuemado de Guines. recalled last week t the former, Prime cents for a hot dog reported that emphasized they cannotwith pres- oi I 1.. .i.,'48'.--, 1
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. . sion secretariat at Panmunjom, the dead man's, record or reli- Minister's,' country home,. Chart- most of the customers seemed to ent facilities, undertake to monitor 11 r) Pft 1 ''.--;00 1,,- ,,
, but gave no reasons for it. The
. '' . mous fervor and charitable acti-, yell, t Kent, '. ft' be American tourists rather, than ever'. MilitarY ..traintfig flight ,' In
, 1 I "i United Nahons Commana agreea
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, e meeting was set for 9
and th THY and offered this as .st possi- But sources said it," was 'only Belgians Or other foreigners: --.' the air. The Au' Force has said i
.
. y ,' .,,' .1,, 1 today, It was the second t i m e hie explanation for' the phenome- natural that Moran. an old friend, The-average Belkian earns PO a it has 1,150 planes in ,flight at all ir 4,,
non ; - i ' sh uld vls't Chur hill' ; week.' ',' l'i '' ,times., '" '4: ,'' -,- ,' -1. ,' .-- t
'1011111116 in less than a weelt.that the Reds ' ' 1 c ''.
,., : ,.',...,4 ; have called such a meeting. Pre, ', , ., -, .' ,- - -- ,-, , -, , ,.., , .. , -, --' ', ''
,
, Panami Col6n sumably they planned gala to '''''''''''''''''''''"---"""- '-''''', 1-440,-,.-
- ' '"" -- '" ' '''' accuse the L II' N. aide, of truce
' ' serance' -'' 0111 -'' 66 k;""71-17-6-6-11-C-h-e"--61 Tr)n"--'-,-Atid. Mic ''. i e
violations. ,,,,,,,,,. '. - ''' ' , ,, q
' .' ' ' : '' ' ' '4' :' ' ,1 ',,.' ..0 Prohibite'd: Foctqcktmlbl inCoriNsEtimn' dtsrc'18e"71eEor. sm1;:".7! "It'
' ' ' 'Observance of '. a new annual the! gold escudo found In .. th '' Together, Kerley. recalls, these There s a so a complete set of , 1., ', - ,,,
week on the Isthmus was launch- Caribbean about year ago by two coins were the ; monetary toins minted for use in Paaama
ed yesterday with the theme .-"A on Army' skin divot The pros- backbone of ;the Spanish colonial from the early days of national ,. oPENs 'Torlorznovit
.
, ,,,,. -, :, ; , , ., . ,, round the World With Coins.? nritation is sot for 2.' p.m. t', ',. emnire. '.. ' , i r, independence, plus Several froin ..: ; ' ' -
' ' ''' ' For National. Coin Week, the ,' The society bought the coin and .. On display. all this wook at the, period of Nueva' Granada. r-,,,... 7.,......,I ..
,.
. freshly organized Isthmian Islumis- is presenting it in recognition of the Margarita Commissary 'and Coins of ,the Panama series will
,
)(1r ,.. matic Society has organiz.d an the Governor!s efforts toward pro- e
Sirvics Center are samples of also b available for loan, to Co- I I : :
aHillo!
:
, essay contest in the Canal Zone moting cultural interests. tho coins of tho world collott. Ion schools, 'Kerley said.", School a
, 1 -?"
Atlantic side schools, plus d i s- Minted 150 years ago, the escu- od bis socioey members. .T h officials may, call him at Cristo
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plays at', Margarita Commisssary do is in good 'condition. It bears , .. , hal 3-1681. ,. ( .,-, '' '., ., C I I 1,.,,, '''' -;''''''' ill i
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' , 0 and service center. The g r 0 u p the likeness of King Carlos. III gold coins aro at the commis. The Numismatic Society ...v.t i 1 I 1 1 rt0) I ity, 1;f, 1
I ,,,, ,,,
.
, ,,,,1 0 t : will present .an antique golf "es- of Spain. About the size of an A- Baty, since tho services of only
., .., cudo" (shield) retrieved from the Merican dime. the escudo Was ono, volunteer worker tould be welcome new members, b
dults and junior members. ?til. a- '' ------1111s,,'1111 t
4. 4 1,,,
,, ., 4t) ,. ,, , Caribbean 'to- Gov, W. E. Potter. an eighth part of the so called scheduled to 'police display.. Coin Week has been observed .-!-,ikp-it
4,, Tomorrow afternoon at Marga "ntrate doubloon". which is the &lye- coins shown include some annually by collectors in the U- I "N Illhlit ;1 '1 e
i,i41 HI loll ii
rite Tom Sellers, president of the diameter of an' American silver early Egypt and the ,Roman Em- 1,
' ' '' "4 4'1 '-' Ma 't C' C
' ' ' ; ... t k 1, 4 ,, A I; I rpm I IVO OUnCil, and a dollar. ,t; 11 ' '''., .plre. , , , '. ...,, nitmedeaSntwahtes for the past 30 years. ''' ,,
Ile the Governor, on his ;.;
i i
rt '' collector, of 'long experience,- will t ,.' ,. - ', I , i - .,,. ,' k
EDWARD NALL masa
ooTs'' '' I au ,-; ,
, 0 0 v.; s present kno award, to the winner
o,f the etsay contest announced I 1- return from' the' States, issued an 1 ,,,.
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, PL-2BUI:1 some weeks ago for' Atlantic side , , n Week. ,
.
' '''' h I hildren '.' -, ; '', nem T0881 1 ' 4 1 '' 11: In the bulletin, the Governor call.
; ' 040 attention to ,the invitation is
' -1 r IlLENC DILTRIC11
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, -,,,1-, ,., Tbei student who wrote the best i TI3.. :. : "14 '' ,-4-' ' "'. i s ed by the Isthmian Nurnisma- .., '' '''' n
,, - 0 , essay on "Around the World With t .1 I : i --,, ---,-- ' Ulla ,Society te the people of the '' ' 1
,
Coins Will receive,an uncireulat- le,,1,11; , ' Canal Zone to become acquainted ;,-'," '' ill
s LpuellTo t ,..
Ci 11111LE
., ed $5 gold coin of the Unit o d lillta la ' ial. with the pleasures of coin collect- 14
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States., This was donated! from ' , gittg.t '0, -, ing and invited Canal Zone indivi. '.. by '' '" '' :' "t ;''' '' '' '',0 ''''' ': ''''''' '1'
.
,I .. . . ; the collection of the club's presi ' t'
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Flita'f 4'41 Ebtl l'e'ilti rel. 14. 't i
''. I 1 I ,' , dent Capt Frank V. Kerley It '' y'll ' duals and organizations to support
is 2' ,, 4 .,, t ., ,... tholnisd,lea of Arottod thoe World with d
i'the v, 4
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1 f 1.00 t 9.00 I' '''
', , rom 0 nim .., ,,,,1. is co'nsideied a I valuable, -iltart . 10444mrea , .. 1 i IJ TNE 4 L'it: ...girt ft 1
ittlit ;)
8- ', for a youngster Interested In Ai- WISI 80' a-mi'' '' c '
--.... tura numisma a-actntitY .., ,..,,,,,let...t. --....,---- 1-11.4......
' ,-,, On -Thursday afternoon ,-,Kia. , s,11,,,a, , i
, v
' l-frfl ISTE11.11-0-13-ERTS , is - ,,., .,, , .,,,,An individua who collects -and ' e , ,, , , mond tin Cul woad midi T ;
-,...,awmt,or' rte.-0767'r .0, studies, COillS mot Cob, engages in a ,.,,,.,, , ,,,,,,,..e,t,..,......... ..,
hobby interesting in itself, but al- NOTE: -- See this picture from the ut, hAafAub' ibilu '
PLEASE-7-7Kieri-The'Sedel'of .., ,.
' ; . , ,.., ley and other coin cpooplo will ': flAY '1 t .. '''B E L I.' A V' IS T
, so enlarges his historical and gee. ;.. ,, -.- e
, The Stirpiise Endingt ''
ihzotainseiin.the Governor . '.
bring to ". Balboa Holghts t ii r S'
, .prasontalion to tho Governor ...
, '''' sgtraatle)dhicinal thl;r
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)7-The Soviet Union suffered a miljor prop propN.
N. propN. Secur Cotincil last night, and the big

n accusing the United States of "provoca-',
ust, be trying to block an East-West "sum-.
til'noif Russia' has lid the cry for Summit

efeat. ' :
ei last night ra ther than put the issue-to a losing vote.
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Russians Trying To Split Allies
r. , ;
In Summit Conference Prelinlinaries

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IfYing 10 )plit- Al !ICS,' ,N

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WASHINGTON, April 22
Soviet strategy is designed to split
the Allies instead of setting pp an
honest-to-goodness Summit parley
thin might ease East-West ten tensions.,
sions., tensions., officials concluded today.,
Diplomatic eiperts said h
saw clear evidence of the "Smiet
game" in the Moscow' decision to
meet se'parately --or not at all--
with American, British and French
dlolomnts during preliminary ; dL
plomatic meetings in Moscow.
This "one7by-one" procedure,
these experts said, shows Soviet
foreien minister Andrei' Gromyko
has Kremlin orders to' try to find
some way to divide-the Allies- ,,
The Red strategn they said, is
to' find and exploit possible points
.of difference which may be devel developed
oped developed m the individual diplomatii
meeting. '4
,
Thi United States, Britain and
France objected bitterly to the
Soviet ection. i
High, level diplomatic talks ire
bnint held between the United
States, Britain And Prance to de dele
le dele how to counteract the unex unexpected
pected unexpected Soviet strategy.?
- Indications were- tbat the. Big
1,01 t11:;LtPtli
BidaullDooPi4dl
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ormmi
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PARIS; 'APril 22 (UP)--Ex-pretier
georges'Bidatilt doggedly be begin
gin begin forting a rightist,' "save Al Algeria"
geria" Algeria" cabinet team today despite
heavy odds against his being v9t v9ted
ed v9ted back into office;
Ridault, 58, a Christian Demi Demicrat
crat Demicrat (MRP) deputy and 'f r s't
,lamed to try and end
Franci's, Week-old governolent, cri criBiS,
BiS, criBiS, OlanS toiio Thefore the' na national
tional national Assembly thursdaY to ask
for confirmation as Abe 'cOuntry's
27th postwar premier. ,
, His chances appeared slim. His
strongly nationalistic policy o r
North Africa 'is opposed by ;, the
Assembly's Communists, Social Socialists
ists Socialists and even many members of
his own moderate ,MRP group'.
.
Socialist Party leader and for former
mer former Fr3tilier Guy -Mollet a
but ruled out ,83idault's chances
yesterday. by announcing that the
100 in his attempt to, form a new
government.
,
REDS ASK 'MEATINGq0,." i
PANMUNJOM, Korea (UP)....
The North Korean-, Communist
yesterday called for a meeting of
the Military Armistice Commil Commilsion
sion Commilsion secretariat at Panmunjom,
but gave no reasons for it. The
Tinited Nations Command agreed
and the meeting was set for 9
today. It was the second time
in less than a weelt,that the Reds'
Ihave called such a meeting. Pre")
sumably they planned itgalii to
accuse the U.' N. aide of truce
violations.
1

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I - I I ,The to-yearola termer, preetuemi nhorus. the School UnUrIL3 tillU I lit:01 LUI111111113

, I 1 Joe, UN spokesman said the twits
I PARIS:'itbril 22 (UP)--Erpre-1 Aiwa Unit "nhut h c
etlicht f.hritt 1,,A,1 TT el ..1.4 0. tri-
considered doing so wctil tha.9 hool orchestro:'.1 (167v7. 77-77-

Three SC)011 would tell Moscow the
"one.by-one" meetings are unac unacceptable
ceptable unacceptable to the West. Such a move
might force the Russian to. con.
duct the preliminary talks in the
traditional roundtable fashion. 1
The State Department yesterday
said the Soviet orocedure itad rats
ed a "new issue" hi the pre.Sum pre.Summit
mit pre.Summit debate.
This issue, it, said. :Jug Soviet
charges against "provocative" U,
S, bomber flights raised again
"the question of 'what Soviet inten intentions
tions intentions really are,Aand what their
concept of a Summit ponference
really is." , -
Perfidlous'IsVird'

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For Korea Charges,
Ull Sookesm!n
POrMttlinglit.::Met N' (031--
The Contriffillit charged t d
that thki allies ire "Incesaantly
dispatching espionage agents". in.
to Red Korea.', A UN spokesman
immediately 'denied, the.i charge.
The U.S. Army, also denied a sec second
ond second Communist charge that the
'United -Sts, ta turtling sonth
KOrea, into
The Reds tord the Armiktiee
Secretariat specifically that a man
caught trying' to cgoss the truce
line April 11 was alarmer North
Koreen soldier who had ,bten
"forcibly detained" and trained al
a guy bY the allies.) -
The:UN spokesman, said the
charae was "obviously fabricated.
pronaganda' which
did not asrie with the fintkings ot
a joint obserier team whiehl in inyestivoed
yestivoed inyestivoed the arrest ,of the al allest's!,
lest's!, allest's!, i'agent.'t
, "NO One in his right Mind
wouH consider sending foreibly
detained 'soldiers, sou. esnionage
missions into their own ',country,"
he said. ,

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IlAirANA,- April 1,,,,(1113l' The
ilewspapes Prensa Libre, said to today
day today townsfolk '-inf central Cabe
believe they.. may' have' discover discovered
ed discovered miraclethe, bodv of, a -'70-
year-old man found perfectly pre preserved
served preserved three years, after. burial.,
, Brothers of the late Cesare
Rule bad -his body exhumed last
week to transfer it to a. new
grave. Prensa. Libre' said' they
were startled to, dicover the re remains
mains remains in a Perfect state 'of pre preservation,
servation, preservation, with nails and hair in inNeighbors
Neighbors inNeighbors to the provincial town
of Quemado de Guines. recalled
the dead man's, record or reli religious
gious religious fervor and charitable acti activity
vity activity and offered this as a possi possible
ble possible explanation for, the phenome phenomenon.
non. phenomenon. - b
nervance
Observance of a new annual
week on the Isthmus was launch launched
ed launched yesterday with the theme ,-"Atround
the World With Coins.?
- For National Coin Week, the
freshly organized Isthmian Numis Numismatic
matic Numismatic Society has organized an
essay contest in, the "Canal Zone
Atlantic side schools, plus d i s splays
plays splays at-, Margarita Commisssary
and service center. The group
will present an antique golf "es "escudo"
cudo" "escudo" (shield) retrieved from the
Caribbean go' Gov., W., E. Potter.
Tomorrow afternoon at Marge Margerite,
rite, Margerite, Tom Sellers, president of the
Margarita Ciyid COUnell, and a
collector, of gong experibnce,,,
present env award- to the winner
of the essay contest announced
some weeks ago for Atlantic side
school children.
The student who wrote the best
essay on "Around the World With
Coins" receive,an uncirculat uncirculated
ed uncirculated $5 gold coin of the United
States., This was donated! from
the collection of the club's presi president,
dent, president, Capt. Frank V. Kerley. It
is considered a I valuable, start
for a youngster. interested bi fu future
ture future .numismaticactigitY,
On Thursday afternoon,,, Xis Xisley
ley Xisley and ether coin tpeople will
bring to ". Balboa Heights ter
-presentation to the, Governor I

Little League

Bays 3
Only three babies, all 3b o y s.
were born at Coco Solo hosp tat
during the period ending at mid midnight
night midnight last Wednesday. 'During ths
same period, 77 patients were admitted-
and 69 discharged.
' The names and address of the
parents of the babies follow Mr.
and Mrs. Allan Noel, of Colon;
mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell, of
Colon; and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
'Kerr, of Colon.' 3
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Civilian Control Of
Armed firces
Be Iletained In US
WASHINGTON, April 22 (t1P)--
Defense Secretary Neil H. McEl McElroy
roy McElroy assitu'ed congress today. that
civilian control of the A rmed
Forces would be 41fullyretained"
tinder President Eisenhower's de defense
fense defense reorganization plan.,
In a strong defense of the plan
before the House Armed Services'
Committe,' McElroy said the "fu "future,
ture, "future, security ,ofl'our nation" dep depends
ends depends on a sound overhauling di the
Pentagon so that it can cope more
effootively with the missile age.,
McElroy was the leadoff wit witness
ness witness in hearings on the president'S
'pmposal that may run, fort weeks.
, Committee Chairman Carl Vin,
son (D-Ga.) has assailed the plan
as Otle that would set up a "Prussian-type
supreme high command!'
and opel the way for a "man o-t
horseback" to control the country
a charge tisenhower has called
"nonsense."
AS if to, answer Vinson', McElroy
said "civilian control is fully rel.
'tained" in the bands of the "pres
ident-commander-in-chier,, acting
through the defense lecretary.
The president's proposal would
arm the defense secretary with
much greater power over military
operations and strategic planning.
It would play down the command
structure ,of the, individual :sent.
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Hobiiit Redo 4ering
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Rapidly re
RocentOperahon :,
NtW,ORIC, APril 22 tOi'i
'Herbed Ho-everts doctors said to.
day the former president is "con "continuing
tinuing "continuing very well" toward recove recovery
ry recovery from gall bladder operation
and is improving enough to be,
"up and About."
,The 83-yearold former president
Was considered doing so well that'
his son, Herbert'Jr., said, after vi visiting
siting visiting his father that he would go
to geveland on-business for a day
"It has been about '72 hours now
since the ,operation," the younger
Hoover said,,"and the doctors say
he seems to tmprove 'with every
hour.",,The operation' for removal
of Hoover's gall bladderwas per,-
'formed Saturday.
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' LONDON' (UP)-4'.source close j
to Sir Winston Churchill said ,yes-1
terday the 133year-old statesman
WAS "hi fine thane" and. 'ridiculed
reports, he was ill again.
"Anyone who says the old man
is again is all wet," one source
said. "The old man's fine
shape.- But 'you can't tIvonder ,-, at
peopie getting the sniffles here
with the weather so changesble.,"
Churchill, who had, had two
boutt .1- pleurisy and pneil pneilmonis
monis pneilmonis this winter,, caused con concern
cern concern 'when hiS physician,' Lord
Moran,' visited' him several times.
last week St the former Prime
Minister's ,,' country home,. Chart Chartwell,
well, Chartwell, Kent.
But sources Said it," wag only
natural that Moran. an old friend,
should visit Churchill; ;
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tho gold escudo found in t h
Caribbean about year ago by
en Army' skin diver The prey.
entation is set tar 111111p
The society bought the coin and
is presenting it in recognition of
the Governor!s efforts toward pro promoting
moting promoting cultutal interests.
Minted 150 years ago, the escu escudo
do escudo is tn good 'condition. It bears
the likeness of King Carlos, III
of Spain. About the size of An A American
merican American dime, the escudo was
an eighth part of the so called
"ntrate doubloon". which is the
diameter of an' American silver
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, By JEAN SECON
HAVANA '(UP)---I start,ed from
Havana a eouple of' weeks ago to
see Cuba's rebel leader, Fidel
Castro, and ended up in the arms
of the secret police. .1
They arrested me twice, ques questioned
tioned questioned 'me for hours and hours,
fed me well, took me on a wild
five-hour -ride through the rebel
country and final y shipped me
back to Havana.
,"It's for your own good," they
said. "We're just trying to pro protect
tect protect you." -
I left Havana by, plane April 3
for Manzanillo- in Oriente.- We
knew that Castro was operating
near Manzanillo.
My heart was pounding a mile
a minute every timo 1 walked
through;the streets of the small'
Oriente seaport. I tri.-d to appear
nonchalant. I.wen t.. to seven
o'clock mass every ,morning ,and
I appeared int .be public ,plaza
around noon every day. I figurcd
if the- rebe's ,,wanted to get in
touch with me, I'd let them know
I was available..
7,.' Passcr a Not)
, I'carrie'd a camera and a,,note-
book in my hand. I couldn't Tire Tire'tend
'tend Tire'tend to be a tourist because there
are no totuists around at this
ilarp
AI)Oilibi Hi Oh
A' harp. soloist 'and, a student
conductor 'are two of the' fea features
tures features ot. the annual Balboa Ju-,
nior High' School Speng Music
program which will be presented
Thursday night at '1:30 in the
Balboa Gymnasium
,"rhe barn soloist Will be 'Sally
Randel: who .will play Seguid11-:
la from ,a -suite of eight dances
by;',Salsedo.4 Paul Morgan. ,,will
conduct the school orchestra
elaying an'ortengement Of "Old
Glory", b, Herfurth.
Other ,soloiSts liFted The
Program' ere Mery Kircaid, who
will, sing "Last Night the NISI NISIingale
ingale NISIingale moke, me," by Kierul
paniady, ,M,caonlcoclemrt
e'biy.er wonhnW;bil!
er On ,the clarinet.
,
; The' program, presented unH
der the direction of Wallace
Woodruff, Junior, High School
Music' teacher, will also include
several selections -by a 'barber 'barbershop
shop 'barbershop sPecialtt gtoup, the phis'
Chorus, the School Chorils and
the school orchestra:':
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P.60'&7.60:.-Hi'h-:','
'Af Biiii.ls...Fair..
,
;BRUSSELS (UP) The prices
for retrehments at the American
Pevi liou in the Brussels World's
Fair apparently are scaring, off
many Belgians, 'a ,check showed
yesterday.
.
A number of Belgian's have been
asking whether the prices, which
are high even by American stan standards,
dards, standards, are typical ,of those in the
Nuitsd States.
14,) rt r
',:in- the Ityficaln American ice
cream parlor atthe pavilion, a 15
per ,,cent ,service charge is added
to each bill in accordance with
local custom. This makes a malt malted
ed malted cost near'y -70 cents, a
sundae' 58 cents and' ite cream
sodas 46 cents, terms of Amer American
ican American money.
Coffee' is 24 cents a cup and a
hamburger platter with french
fries is 61.75,
A correspondent who paid 35
cents for a hot dog reported that
most of the customers seemed to
be American tourists rather than
Belgians or other foreigners.
The-overage Belgian earns 330 a
week:' 's
,
Together, Kerley. recalls, these
two coins were the ; monetary
backbone of ,the Spanish colonial
emnire. '
On display ail this week at
the Margarita Commissary 'and
Service Center aro samples of
the coins of the world collett.
ed socieey members. .T h
gold coins aro at the commis.,
sary, since the services of only
one, volunteer worker Could be
scheduled to 'police display.
, Silve- coins shown Include som
early Egypt and 00,Roman Ern Ern;
; Ern; pire. 4
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3 avauante, wbo lost ter, queeneMp because in answer,to-,ene Sor: 1 uaging
, t she had borne no 'fehiloren !ifter ayo, said,' 1,41 would like ,vitry- I;
' Passcl a Not4 seven, years' of marriage; said ot much to tive.in- America."' Her Cu-mraercialkTit t
,"- her arrival here today,, that',"I mother, Princess Eva. indicated
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time. When anyone asked, Is said
I was a writer and intended do doing
ing doing a novel on Cuba. ,
in church one morning, a young
man passed me a note telling me
it would be "worth my while" to
be at a certain bar at noon that
in the bar he and two others
approached me and asketi me g
I wanted to go "into the hills."
We met at the outsldrts of town
the following morning at- dawn
and hiked until after dark. Then
we bedded down for the night on
the cold groundwithout blankets.
Next morning a messenger
came on horseback and conferred
with my three companions. They
Printes Sora
Following Divorce
.
,
NEW YORK, April 22 (UP)
Lovety Princebs boraya of Iran,
who lost Der queenstup because
she had, borne no .chiloren after
seven, years' of mafriage; said ot
her arrival here today,, that' ,"I
know that ihe women of Am
erica will sympathize with Wei
.
oeptns ot my leelings."' ',. 1
Looking as beautiful as a mo- I
vie actress, the green-eyed, blocs'
haired' princess described her div-
1
orce from the Shah last month i
th,e,s,erhwoorddes:isilo'n.' w
a's,' fo'r both of
us, ths. most difficult of our lives
ibnutthli II hoorvd.o apt.r,a,y,.od f.or, guid sn..co

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,,NEW NORK, April- 22 (UP) With 125 new.men. flel photograph-, '' ' ,, ---i', ''' ''- '' '.
,
Liveiy Princebs boraya of Iran, ers. ,, v.;,-.,- -, ; ', -.c'
1 ''' Culture t''udffini. I
who- lost Der queenship because ,' In answer,,to-ona question', Sor:, vb

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Tito niinreggi arrived On the lur,

ab:Itdfediatenwce.1 w,,,ith 'la hanedisome
,' t , l'uvilltasihie
wore. for her American ar arblup
blup arblup suit with big
sda ilworerheata,
'galoWvehsite,an
rte'yThalianetnePrortCihnoecnresstiastauadtrirohinveerwdhit:nonthhteherre.G, sehr; ;Iva', a navy
1 wahrirttee dbuwtthointes,
said that, in,three days she plan planstay
stay planstay and then return to the, Unit- !lb? of the valley. 4
ed States. ., -
tied td go to Bermuda for a 10-day
,4 ."I am very glad to be'in Ameri Ameri"Are.you
"Are.you Ameri"Are.you in love with him still?" C!,agnin," Princess Soraya began
she was asked. ,,
!,.. e bad visited here with- t h a.
"That's a ', very personal ques. minh' in 1955). "I was looking for forward
ward forward to it for 'a long time.", --
tion," she replied, with her wan
smile." '. ,,,,'.': ''' t,. "---P--1 : '' ''
"Do, you plan 911 an acting car Toviboaf11 l' 'I l'e
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"Net. t-
The' princes anpeared: In the
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gbin's non! eafc for an interview' v.

ship's pool eafe, for ti, interview,
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LAS yEGAS, Nev,, April 22
CUP) Civil Aeronautics inves investigators
tigators investigators pieced together in the
desert today the b u r di and
twisted evidence that may tell
why an Air Force Jet and anl air airliner
liner airliner Came' together in an aerial
collision that killed 49 persons
yesterday- morning.,
In Washington, key members ',of
Congress burned telephone 'wires
to the Civil Aeronautics Admini&
tration with Idemands tor increas
ed protection for civilian airliner ,'
against the hurtling military jets
which the Civil Aeronautics Board
has said, are involved in about
one-third of all "near collisions"
in flight: 1 ,
They key question appeared to
be whether the Air. Force F-100F
fighter-trainer was falling out of
control when ,it crossed the path
of ,the United Air Lines plane or
whether Jts instructor pilot simply
failed ;to see the silver airliner
during a controlled descent. 1
, If the -former, the accident was
"one..in.a-million freak," a CAA
spokesman said, ,
,4 In any case it appeared likely
the CAA' would take some action
to decrease the chances of anoth another
er another such accident. But pekesmen
emphasized they cannot' with pres present
ent present facilities, undertake to monitor
every military .traintng flight ,' in
the air. The Air Force has said
it has 1,150 planes in flight at all
!tifiles
flantic
There' is also a 'complete set of
toins minted for use Panama
from the early days of national
independence, plus Severai from
the period of Nueva Granada.
Coins of the Panama series will
also be available for loan to Co Colon
lon Colon schools, Kerley saiC School
officials rnay call him at Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1681. (
The Numismatic Society 11
welcome new members, both a adults
dults adults and junior members.
, Coin Week has been observed
annually by collectors in the U United
nited United States for the past 30 years.
Meanwhile the Governor, on his
return from' the States, issued an
official information bulletin desig designating
nating designating this as National Coin Week.
In the bulletin, the Governor call called,
ed, called, attention to ,the invitation is issued
sued issued by the. Isthmian Numisma Numismatic
tic Numismatic ,Society to the people of the
Canal Zone to hecome acquainted
with the pleasures of coin collect collecting
ing collecting and invited Canal Zone indivi individuals
duals individuals and organizations to support
the idea of Around the World with
Coins.1 4
"An individuai who collects -and
studies, coins riot Only engages 14 a
hobby interesting in itself, but al also
so also enlarges his historical and geo geographical
graphical geographical horizons." the Governor
stated in the .bulletin.

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Road

lovin
to'd me they had to return to
Manzanillo. Something important
was happening. Later I learned
that the general strike was due.
Me hiked back and I made pie pietured
tured pietured of. burned out buses- and
cars along the road.,
Police Cam, to Molar :
' ,
-A 'day later police dame to my
hotel. They took me to' army
headquarters in Manzanillo where
a Col. Ca,sslas 'questioned me for
three bours.,He ,wanted to know
whether was, a newspaper-Worn.
an. I insisted I was a novelits.
He finally re'eased me.
When I,gotl back 10 the hotel a
im
fleiv ,Yoric
From Shah of, Iran,-
, ,
with 125 newtmen in photggraph
v
in answer,to-one question, Sor:
IYa, 561d, 1,41'. would like very verytnuch
tnuch verytnuch to tive.in America."' Her
Mother, Prince,ss Eva, indicated
theY might consider living'here.
Her bro-ther, Bijan, is going to
no tickelse''' 1 .. ,' .,-,, ..
attend the University of Colorado
school of mines. ,
- ,' -' ,1 '-i',but I,I;ave
'",Soraya said she wanted to see
SOM.? Broadway shows
"very friendly" on the eight-d ty
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'. Passingers said she had been
voyage, had given autoaraphs
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oat Master
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: Six-new4mployes, 'three train
the ttnited', states -,loined the
danat, organization', during the
first two weeks in Aura, Record..
ing to figures released by. the
Personnel Bureau ;
, ,
t Those from the
;..Those from the Waited States,
:
were Justin...7; Bonanno; of New
York Citv;, towboat master. MLA,
hation'Divisiorl. Cristobal; 'Prank
Ginthner.-:of Mandan. 'North
Dakota,- Marine mcchirest,? Industrial-
Division;. Thomas I.
Oliver;;, of Vainaralso.'',1,notar,a,
attorney in the office of the
General Counel.,
' Employed locally were Larry
Holmberg,, supervisory clerical
assistant ,- the,- Ma lntenance
Division;- Elmer O. Nelson, locks
securitypatrolman at Pedro Mt
Division;- Elmer O. Nelson, locks
security patrolman at Pedro Mt-
fruel locks: and Charles N. Nor-
ris, payroll systems assistant tn
the .office of the Comptroller.

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roll of film was : missing from i
where I had hidden itinside the
toilet tank. The plice, had I
searched the ,p e e in my an.
sence. But they left me alone for or
a week. The rebels did. not ccul,;
tact me again.'
, On April 18, the' police cams
again. This time they told me to
Pack my clothes and take all my 4
baggage to headquarters with me.
, At headquarters there was no I
more talk, I just sat and waited.'"
,After about three 'hours. I was ;
placed' in a' sedan and we sped 1.
toward Santiago at 70 to 80 miles ;
an hour on an ,empty highway.
, At Santiago, Gen. ,Alberto
ChaViano received thc:
"This is no ,place for
am." be said. ,
He fed me a simple' but good,
meal and, the' next. day sent me
badk ,to Havana in a military
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Culture Nudging
Cominercia 711:
'' LONDON' (UP) The British
Broadcasting Corporation's TV
network, without commercials, is
gaining in the race against the
rival Amnrican-style commercial
network,. a .survey,.. showett.yester.
day. s -- :
The' London. Daily 'Herald Said
the -state owned. BBC., which
mixes culture with entertainment
Iwithout anY breaks for commer commericials,'
icials,' commericials,' steadily' was cutting back
the lead taken by the commer
dal ITA network since,it was or.
gari7e4 two years ago-
Publishing the results-of a' na,
tionwioe survev. (the Heral4 Said
that- of every 100 viewers, 59 pre preferred
ferred preferred ITA to 141 for BBC. I,ast
)September,' only.,.28 of every 100
yiewers watched BIBC,,the papa!
said, , ;
The' Derald reported 'tliat BBt
was' closing the gap by matching
ITA in spectaculars, movies and
quit shows,'while. still ; keeping
mote intellectual 4gograms,'
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