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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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OF ,THE,CONTROVERIAL tt TourneMi&eomOtivee arrived On the ,l'atlunue.',11,;
Deeetriber for experimental towing, The mulee, which' enst a total. of $656,000 were:-orderedlar
the Canal' from Longview,. Texas,;..They,ttre novrteported to' be, statiOng in,,,,Qatun
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Plang a e currently' being
'developed, for the local partici participation
pation participation in "Operation Alert 1958,"
this year's nation-wide Civil De De-
- De- 'tense exercise which will be held
early next month.
, General lans for he exercise
Which will be Zone-wide and.will
be supported. by the Civil De
tense organization as well as
'tthe Armed -Services, vrere
cussed at a ?fleeting of the Joint
iCivil Defense Committee, con?.
, posed of representatives from
these 'agencies and the govern governMent
Ment governMent of Panamite ;,
.7 'Attendini the meetne from
, PanEun: were Col. Raul A A'
' A' rias, aide-de-camp to- President
Ernesto de la Guardia oTr., and
luta C.' Endara, assistant' chief
' of the Fire Department, Endara
, is Civil Defense Comirdssinner of
',, the Republic of Panama.,

'Union' Official Says
,
,
Hour fork:Day ,,,,'
le Customary
.
WASHiNGTON. (UP) A Ion
: official, predicted today that a
t two hour day will be customary
in tunerican industry in, the not-too
' ,:' distance future.
, The prediction was made by Al.
bert Whitehouse, director of the
AFL-CIO industrial, UniOn depart depart,
, depart, ant at a conference on the im.
t pact of automotion.

The extent Of public partici- itee said the would try to obtain
"f v000teelies

potion in this year's Civil De Defense
fense Defense exercise is still to be 'de 'determined,
termined, 'determined, although :Philip L.
Dade, Chief of the Canal Zone
government's Civil Defense Unit,
announced at yesterday's meet meeting
ing meeting that it is planned to bring
all civil defense units into play
and- to seek, full, cooperation of
the- public, particularly in the
observance of air-alert signals,
The latter will include 11
enforcement throughout the., Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone of both vehiCular and
pedestrian traffic Control, he
said.
Much IA the -discussion
plans for ,Operation 'Alert 1958
at, the meeting concerned the
means 'of educating the general
publiC Of what action to take in
event 'et disaster, It is planned
to- make extensive use of radio
coMmunications during the com coming
ing coming exercise and Panamli repre representatives,
sentatives, representatives, on the' joint commit

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ilo nappeneu wane a.,er was I
official, predicted today that a ,,,A. waiter from the S, nc n driving his car, in the country I
two hour day will be customarY totay was fined $25 in Cristobal came npon Miss Stevenson,.
in American industry in, the not-too magistrate's Court for stealing a Vain clothes.' riding her I,bicy
distance future. , sheet from the ship. '','"' '. on her day off- : -, ,f,, ,' r
.'rhe prediction Wag made by AL Defendant, in the ,case WaS tin- Ile slowed down and gave' I
bed, Whitehouse, director of the manuel Jones, a 67-year-old Amer a "friendly pat" as he pasf,
AFL-CIO industrial, UniOn depart- ican who, works as a waiter on her. She jotted down bis been
ent at a conference on the im- the ,Panama Line ship. ''',. ', Later, she-spotted his' car outs
act of autornotied any to the cl....1b, N L......ved itt lid arrestecHti
.

' 4 UNITED' NATIONS, N.Y., April lilted States asd other nations op.
23 (UP) The Soviet Union was posing the Russian position' show.
, considering today how and 'when ed that "far from wanting to ease
to reopen its security c o u nc I international tension they want lo
charges that American nuclear heighten it."
bombers threatened world peace Sobolev said he withdrew his
'' by flying toward the Soviet bound. demand for a vot,, htscausa U.S.
axles. , Ambassador Henry.Cabot Lodga,
, Soviet Ambassador Arkady A. council president for April, had
- Sobolev told a news conference "gagged" the 11.nation groupa
t yesterday the issue still was be. charge Lodgs promptly denied.
fore the council although on Mon. Sobolev, faced with sure de de4,
4, de4, day night he withdrew a demand feat on a vote, sought to delay the
a vote on a resolution asking vote by adjournment. Lodge rails.
the United States to end such ed and drove the council through
- flights. a non-stop six-hour session, lead,
Moscow Radio backed up Soho- ing to Sobolev's "gagging"
lev's statements and said the U. charge.

a non-stop six-hour session, lead,
ing to Sobolev's "gagging"
charge.

the full coperation of varioUs
radio stations the Republic,
Canal ape fepresentatives at attending
tending attending yesterday'S 'Meeting
were Dade; Lt. Col. Arthur W.
Dodson, Maj. Fred Brent, and
Maj. W. H. Fleshman, all of the
Caribbean Command; and
Rufus Hardy, of the: Panarni

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Never Pat A Cop
In.-Wrong Place
Say',US-Airmav
' FAKENHAM; England (UP)
U, S, Air Force S-Sgt. James W.
Lee decided yesterday to do all his
patting On the back from now on.
The last time he gave a "friendly
pat" it cost him VA fon common
assault. '
The object of his attention was
21-;- year old June .,Stevenson,
blonde, 36-25.3f! and a 'policewom 'policewoman.
an. 'policewoman. t ,,
Lee,:of Fitzgerald; Ga., apnlo apnlogized
gized apnlogized in magistrate's court Mon Monday
day Monday for giving her what'She 'called
a "humiliating wallop,," a ,"real
stinger, 'on the place where I've
never been 'hit before."
It happened while Lee was out
driving his car, in the country and
came won Miss Stevenson,. in
Vain clothes.' riding her 1,bicycle
on her day off- :
Ile slowed down and gave' her
a "friendly pat" as he passed
her. She jotted down his license.
Later, she-spotted his' car outside
a pub, went itt and arrested him.

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Moscow Radio came in a few
hours later with statement' the
United States had violated "ele "elementary
mentary "elementary sandards of procedure
and tradition."
Lodge, in commenting on the
gagging charge, said:
"Not only ,was Mr. Sobolev not
gagged; he talked more than any
other member. Rather than Com Complain
plain Complain about their defeat, the Sov.
let Union should change their po policies.
licies. policies. Then they might get the
vote."
Soho Icy' tuld Ms news' confer.
care Moscow was "pondering the
question right now' of how ,$ and
when to reopen, the issue

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- Breaking One of the longest and hottest spells of weath-'
er ever experienced on pie Isthmus, the rains finally came :
yesterday accompanied' by a 'thunderstorm 'which crashed
around the mountains near Madden Dam. t -
1 :,' Temperatures, dropped a few -degrees :during the 'Llai
and hit a low of 72 degrees, at Balboa Heights dring
- night while humidity rose from a maximum' of 87,percent
' on Monday to 95 percent on yesterday.. - ,
' The rain ,which started at Balboa Heights during the :
;, morning, was 'gentle during the day and measured only .85 1.
4 of an inch at the end of a 24 hour period ending at
e,
today.-- At other weather stations, rain for the same period,,,,
was reported at .59 of an inch at Pedro Miguel, .73 of an anInch
Inch anInch at Gamboa,land .05 of ,an inch at Cristobal.
' The dry season winds, which have been blowing steadily
from the northwest for thepast three months, shifted yes
terday ,.to' the southwest with a maxhnum velocity -of.:18

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:r WASHINO'rOlst, April 23 411P)
The government .was expected
to tumounce later today that liv living
ing living costs- inched upward ,- iri
March- to ney all-time high.
Labor -Department economists
said soaring food prices appear appeared
ed appeared to have pushed the coasumer
price index Io a record peak last

The' civilian personnel ,officer,1
teadquarters,i U.S. Array Carib. I
be ,- 1, ,...,Imeed job-vat
tit Lati.U".1
Applicationr are' being, accepted
for .permanent -positions as, vire
communications cable splicer and
clerk stenographers. '
Requirements for the', table
splicer include fotti' years exper.
conductor teleptiOnri or pocr
cablet, both aerial an 4,,ande
ground.This experience' ',must
show- a .through knowledge
of various lypes ,1 of insula insulations
tions insulations and the cable cold code,
ability to work blue prints, abilit
to operate various meters end
ability to climb poles with climb.
ers. ,The hourly rate of pay ran.
gesirom $1.22 to $1.4i.
.Clerk.stenographers must be
able to pass a shortand test' at
80 words per minute and a. typing
test with a MilliMUM speed of 45
per minute. The hourly rate; of
pay le,81 cent to 8105
Applicants for tbese positions
should contact ttit Per,.
sonnet -Office,- BuiWing 23, Corozal

Atticcin
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--Mbrret:MdU

'" ST. LOUIS, (UP) 4-- Atherican
meir are fo busy,ttaking tare of
babies they have no time left to
think about world. problems.
That is the opinion of one wom woman,
an, woman, anthropolo gist Margaret
Mead, who stated ther beliefs in
an address before a convention of
the nation' wholesale grocers
here this werek.
She said the problems outside
the homes and suburbs hold Ito
interest for men. She called their
flight to suburbia a "flight from
responsibility." ', ,
, "Highly paid fathers, when they
come home. become the most ex expensive
pensive expensive manual laborer the world
has ester known it your.
telt taking care of the baby, do.
ing dishes, mowing the lawn," she
Men spend their leisure ,time
commuting or "doing dishes," she
said. They become so "en.
throned" with taring 'for babies
that they ',, "might nt be, as
anxious to, explore the moon or
,build bridges or put,up buildings."
Laundry- In. Basket
t.
Awaits t annant

,
'; Anyone- missing. a basket of
laundry? ,
Canal Zone, pollie said today
they were holding a 'basket filled
with elothes which was picked up
in Aneon Boulevard last Friday.
, So far, it hRs not been,claimed.
: The owner is asked to come in into
to into the Balboa station to collect his
property.

OHIO PUBLISHER IN TAIPEI
TATE, Formosa WTI. A. V.
Dix publisher of the Martins Ferry-Bellaire,
Ohio, Times-Leader ar arrived
rived arrived here from Tokyo yesterday
on a tour of the Far East. Dix,
a vc!,1- AsIvj traveler and re repotter,
potter, repotter, said he expected to spend
about 10 days in Formosa gather.
ing material for his newspapers

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month even while ; unemploy
ment hit, a, postwar high.,
Government officials contend contended
ed contended it's not unprecedented for
prices to go up while the econ..
omy is an the skids, Ttley point pointed
ed pointed out food prices are governed
largely ,bu supply and, ,demand.
When crops are ruined by'storms
and freezes it costs more to
it the super-market., -,
, Labor Department eConomisti
also said the cost-of-livingindex
reacts sluggishly, to new condi conditions
tions conditions while food prices change
swiftly., .4 , ,,
'Ewan Clague, Commissioner of
Libor Statistics, said recently Ale
expected food prices --- and .the
entire 'cost-of-living index to
drop in late spring. More mark marketing
eting marketing of cattle arl 11nn'spl:10311d,
bring clown pleAt imces, he fi figured,
gured, figured, while spring crops of fruit
and vegetables, should further
reduce grocery WIC
"But so far food prices are go going
ing going up and so tb,e index, IS be being
ing being pushed into Pew high
rground,Clague .said in a, re,
cent, speech.
He added a drop in prices of
"durable", goods, such as ears
and appliances has been offset
by climbing costs of services like
haircuts,:doctor bills and shoe
repairs. -',

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1 kil,C.61,1:..:. Ddit.:0:.,:l..,
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.:$16fliiiii.:! Dolei-:.7.-.'

- 'WASHINGTON:April 13 (UM
President Eisenhower branded
as a dole ,,,,today a Democratic
sponsored plan for :benefits to
unemployed workers.
:But he declined to news
conference whether he 4 would
veto the measure if Congress ap approved.
proved. approved. He.' did 'Say, however,
that it 'has grave defects and
would tend to be destructive.. to
the whole System of unemoloy unemoloyment
ment unemoloyment insurance benefits as ,it
now exists. ' ,'",
He said that' he did not know
how the DemocratIc plan could
be' handled administratively:,
The Demcratic plan calla for
the federaLgovernment' to give
idle workers 16 weeks of unem unemployment
ployment unemployment gotripensation, whether
or not the idle -workers are, eli eligible
gible eligible under state Imempolyment
insurance programs.
$1-per-Mile: Rote,
Charo-e'd'Sp-eedir.
Who Clip' ped 70
For speeding at 70 mph, In a
40,n.p.h zdne, an Air Force !IAD
todlty was fined
The 28.year-o'd defendant,"'
muel Ellis, faced the' Balboa
Magistrate's Court on a charge
of, speeding on Bruja, Road at
2:35-4.m. eon Sudo,. t e,

,

,TIIE 3IG QUESTION todaY was
"who tried to put the bite.on the
Kaiser and Alcoa firms?"
- Whispered rumors that some
Assemblymen bad regoested a
bribo of, $100,000 from 4 the two
Mining ; corporations In order' to
insure their approval of the bah
he mining contracts signed re recently
cently recently with the Panama govern government
ment government were flatly rejected yester yesterday
day yesterday at a Imeeting of the Perms- ;
nent Legislative Committee.
' Assemblyman Harmodio !Aro !Arosetoena,
setoena, !Arosetoena, who was a member Of
the, subcommittee which 'handled
the preliminary study of the con contracts
tracts contracts by the committee. urged
Kaiser and Alcoa to speak out
loudly as to who the Assemblymen
were who tried to put the "bite,' 1
ou them, II any did. t-
' '"
,; Accoroing to the rumors,' one of
the. two companies was planning 1
t abandon its plans as a result
of the attempted bid for a bribe.

, ,
, Some 6000' first year high school
students are- said, to be in danger
of being unable begin their
stuejes when the schooljear be begitia
gitia begitia ,bere,IMay 5,
1 ,''.Work ice new high school
buildings (one In Colon) is' on the
,yerge of bein: suspended owing to
,a 'shortage .or supplies which had
'Peen, requisitioned some time ago
by the Ministry of Public Works.
It is not-known Whether the re requisitions
quisitions requisitions have ,been approved py
rinanee Mlnistry ,
,

, Some sourco are of the opin
Ion that even if 1 the necessary
material Is forthcoming today the
shool buildings will not be ready
by May ,O., ,,
,
Snit,11617y Plans
Isiorksi -By Corlan
tviintilis,"lin': Ravi!
, , vrr
The prOgram for the New York
PhilharmOnie Orchestra's
day concert will consist of-a Men Mendelssohn
delssohn Mendelssohn ,symehenY,' a Ravel con concerto
certo concerto and a Conlon .symphony, it
Was announced today.4,
';13711amit is the first Step on the
great symphony's ,tout of 11 La Latin
tin Latin A,mericate
' Leonard, Berstein will 'conduct
the single concert herb at the Iltio

Theater. 7,,
Mndelssohn's symplidny 'filo.' 4
iti A' Major, Opus ao, known as the
Italian Symphonyi- wilr open the
progra t
'It' will' bi 'followed by 'Rave I'S
Concert0 in G Major,' with I3ern.
ftein condueting from the piano.
After the intermission's- the or orchestra
chestra orchestra i", 1)erform the Third
Symphony of Copia!), ,,,-

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Thu' aautnik. ,
.
,.
Being. Prepared
1..
Top., IttiSSiOn'S6 is.
BRUSSELS, Anril'23 UP)One L
pf, Russia's 'leading tosmie rot
1
itiecialists said today that the ap
paratus for the-third Soviet Sput
nik Wis.1101 being prepared in the
Soviet Union.', ,, i ,,,,-
,

' Lydia Kurnosova; who helned
install the cosmic ray anparatus
for Sputnik II, said that the thir I
earth satellite would be bigge.
than it$ 1100 Ih.nredecessor.
But that was all this handsome.
greying tniddle-aged widow wadi
say when she ,visited the Russian
pavilion at the 'World's Fair.

, Several men:11:,ho 'work on towing mile at:Gahm.
Locks took issue today,with statime0, yesterday. by a
ITourneau.,,Company sliokesman that the' new milks
will yield the Pound Canal "extensive economy" in tciw,

.
ing ooercitions.
the ride 'drivers contend that the twil new
lOconiotives are lust' a pile,6fijunk"',which have
ready 'needlessly cost the Canal over S70,000 for the e)5,.,
perimenti: and ;will now. start 'Costing employes :via
commissary prices.. ',,,:: '.
The,$656 000' Pair' of, Mule's ywhjch arrived' on,-1p
Isthmus in iDecembei' howelbeen ',taken test locko
,
once; but' when 'they, tried,,t take 'a' barge through ty(p
wheels" fell,. 'off, it was' repcirted.,.':1,:':
' Since'that, time,-abour two months ciro the irtui-;s
have been standing idle and abandOned at Gatlin., Work.
eri have nicknamed.. them. 'The Twa Roses ,,,, o
Texas.''71. ' ''"

' One of the Oa un iock 'Work 'Workers
ers 'Workers said today: "Only a jackass
would change the originaLimules
which have been workinuthese
'11 to 40 years without. any trou trouWe."
We." trouWe." ,
"t,, don't think there Is one
man, 'around here iCiatun Locks)
that doesn't feel the, same way.
Those new niules, are Just'a pile
of 1,
The Men claird that 'each" 60-
ton mule, as compared to the old
47-ton loeomotives, is "toe heavy
for the structure."' ,
"If ',,,they 'would build the'
locks now' to fit these- new.
mules, maybe they. would ivork
but ,this ,way never," 'an 'another
other 'another worker added. ," 1" ;
tmoloyes said :today
that when they tried to p1,41 a
barge, through,, using t h o new
mules, two mule wheels 161 off.
- The forged steel wheels ori -the
old mille,s have bean in, nso.,, and
are still good, 4, after 30 yeari,'
workers pointed out.' :
The' Cana scent $70,000
flaring for the tests. A 'section of
the lock all was paintod with
it smooth substance to reduce
friction on the twelve' tires car.,
ried on each mule to reduce the

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' Tho US$ Nautilus, tha woridis
first nuclear powered submarine,
Is schedulod to srrivo, t h
Canal Zone May 4 op. cruise
from New Loitdon, Conit; for two
months duty with tin Pacific
Fleet., ,
This will ba the'socond Visit Vs
the Canal Zona for tho Nautilus.
She first transitad Ova Canal in
May, 1957, for exarsisas with Pe
ific Float units.
Dining her upcoming 'tour of
duty 'in tha Pacific, tha Nautilus
will be using ths Navy's howast
subMarine and anti submarins
wartsro tactics. She will i visit
San Diego, Mars Island, S a n
Francisco, Port Angelas Ever
I 4..
ett, and Ssattly, Wash. ,,, t
4 Tho; Nautilus, is scheduled t to
arrive back, in tho Canal, Zonl
July 3.,set her return trip to the,
East Coast. :

ft4iction of the ships againNt
Canal wall,
The originttl schedule Inr
111,W mules or' 1
of testing Lie 3
pulling and braking c. ,
and in general seeing that
meet specifications In all regard-,
Many mule operators feet
1 that the test Is over, or shouhl
be, and:claim the mules have
already been proven to be
"completely and irrevocably
inadequate."
The' designs are so fat-fetched,
some say, that they just do donot
not donot 'amake sense" with the
structures we have' here.
,
"- "It was a' foolish contraptL
to-, begin 'with,,P1 one man eon.
tends, maybe if they' had locks
here like the ues Canal, they
tnight work."
, In Its earlier announcements
neralding the, arrival of the
new mules, the Canal estimat.
e the adontiou of the Le
Tourneau locomotives couhl
mean a' $3,000,000,000 ,capital
Saving'. nlus an annual onerat.
ing saving o! between half and
,
Thev felt then that instead of
the ,66,existingtype mules, ,only
32.of Tourneau's mddels
would be reduired to do the tow.
Ins job for the Canal. ,, t
One of : the', mule operators
surmned up the feelings of many
concerning the new mules:
, "They might have been a good
mechanical dream but they
have turned out to be a rea1
Mghtmare for us4:' '4

-
An o th 1.6ye
Addcl, To' 'Staff 'Staff,
, 'Staff,
Of Ca' 661

'Thomas Oliver, recently em..
ployed on the staff of the Panama
Canal Office of the General Com
sei, has arrived on the Isthowe
and assumed his new, duties
7-t-1
' Oliver Was born fr,' Valpat tso,
Indiana. He attended elemer.,ary
and high school in Valparaiso and
was graduated front the util yrs yrsity
ity yrsity of Valparaiso last June with
a tlegree in law..
After his graduation, E. Oliver ,"
was emnloyed with the United
States 'District 'Court.' in Hammond
Indiana until he joined the Canal :-
organization this' montiL

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THE USS N4UTILus, the world's first nuclear powered subma rine,' which lis scheduled to arrive in the Canal Zone t
on her way for two months duty with the U.S. Pacific Fleet.. (Officiai U.S. Navy Thotegraph) , ,,-
,
,

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lio backed up Sobol log to Sobolev's l'g a g g I n gn I question right now'f of how',$ and about .10 da-ys in 'tp-rme-sa--gather.1 THE USS N4UTILUS, the world's first nuclear powered subma rine, which lis scheduled te artive in the Canal Zone 1,'.i,y At
its and said the U. I charge. when to reopen, the issue mg material for his newspapers on her way for two months duty with the C.S. Pacific Fleet,. (Official U.S. Navy ,Ilhotegraph) , ,,--
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'developed,,for
, pation Opel
' this year's nati
tense exercise
' early next ma
' General 'plan
.1, ,!, which will be Z
be supported. 1
.
tense organisl
1' ,the, Armed -Se
, 'cussed at a Mg
, DefettSe (
posed of rep:
these 'agencies
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taent of Panab
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; Panamg were
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- Ernesto 'de la
I ',Luis C.' Endar
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.:' 4 UNITED' NATIONS, N.Y., April lilted States asd other nations op.' Moscow Radio came in a few with clothes which was picked up
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l 23 (UP) The Soviet Union was posing the Russian Position' show. hours later with a statement' the in Ancon Boulevard last Friday. ,,
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-.' 4 g.:'..i:,4:',::A?.....:::'.4.:',:h4:',,l'i!::::-:w'!: :: :. ,,,.., .,.,....,..,.:1,,,,,w,;,-..:-...:i::::,...::::. ::: i,.::;..;::::,:i::,...:-i!:J:,;,s. said soaring !nod prices arapear- ed, out food ,prices tire: governed ::,;,-' ,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,,; ,,, ,, ,,'- "' , i ..' , , ,, ,
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ufice' outlwhin'tne trieuto take'lr barge tnr
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3 '',.. ' also said-the cost,-of-living,iridex ', : - '-'-- '' ''
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Lai', timei-tiboutlwo months aro t
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tng 1 e an abandoned at Gatu
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,noti4i6d' B A huildings 't'one in Colon) is, on the :
--' Iligork on' three new iiigh ',Scheel h'cl- 1,-e:-
een Ston
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. a msitioned some time ago ,, ,, ,,,,, ; n ,, ,. ,.:, ,, f ,
a: olortago,o,i. supplies ,,wilich had T '.,.,-';;;;: : ''.,:', ',....t.:,.... ., : ,.:,.. -,. ,,, ,,,, 44.:, .-,.,.::...,,,,..,. ,.-,.,
Libor' Statistics, said recentlyhe 17ecn req , .,, , .
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, expectea loon prices Ana ;tile itoe
1.not. known e he th e said today: "Only a taokass GtaTnhael schedau-Tea-r11,8,,r'
mmistry hrutnnrc we re 11
w, t entire tost-of-living index to
e'lvtia'n'tersonnal officer,' drop in late spring. More mark- quisitiona bore been approved by would change the origina mules
ripanee Ministryo liliticoh4ohayveearbsewenithwoourtkeinngylhrouese.. noerwtmesItilnesgetliirLe 13
ettug of cattle sr4 Iln"3 should
tbtec,a,dcm,arte,rs,,i,L1,.,S..,,,AlmverreYd 30Cbsrivabe 30Cbsrivabe,
, 30Cbsrivabe, bring ("Own meat Plices,-he-ti.. --
gured, while spring crops of fruit SOMO SOLIree ere 01 the Pin- ble." nPluelelitnsgpecaltniedatibonrasktinnzal r, e,ga'rc,
anAcipplitattlehnurthaljr.41btelitogge,nasobOePied and vegetables, should tUrther 10O, that even 1 the necessary -t don't. think there is 'ohe and in general seeing that Loy'
for ,permanent -positions as, wire
I reduce grocery bilic 4 material is forthcommg today the mam'arpund here iGatun Locks
"But so far food Woes are go- shool buildinga will not be ready that doesn't feel the, same way.
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t Satisfied T'V Owners"-s (Mail Box, April.19) are without
)doubt the, t3Te of persons who g0 through life satisfied with
third-rate stuff. ,Anyone ivho claima be is satisfied with the TV
service we lave to endure down here la sort of strange. The way
audio and video are poth cOnstantly breaking down does not
add up to a superior job, funds or no funds. It's amateurish.
;I "Satisfied TV Owners" should raise their standards to a
znore discriminating level. However, there was one sound sug sug'
' sug' gestion in their letter. Mat wu to get the Panama Canal
Company to put, up a station. ,,,

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s, TEACHING QUALIFICATIONS
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"Disgusted PatriOtiC Panamanian" palail Box,. April 14) is
to
, Onorant of many' things, and also deinonstrates some un-,
1 lortunati traits all too d0111111211V. among the youth of this
kountry-,-talkativeness, malice and envy, If people of, his sort
t made lip their minds to leave town for a few weeks to see what
p going on in the rest, of the world, the education they would
7 Quis acquire wculd,put a new song in' their mouths. ,
,, "Disgusted Patriotic Panamanian" should not sit'at' home
"gorkying about the progress others make. ;His time-will come
too to- make progress., lie should prepare himself for that day
'not only with a to-called, degree, -put by developing high
inciples and sounkhabits., .t : ',,
4 There are many great principals who do 'not have', College
'degrees. Such jnen, are ,to be found in Europe, the United States,
Xanada and other countriekc Some are ministers of religion.
tAble administrators and educated, men, ,they out-perform many
itnrincipals who hold ,degrees, I know't personally of a great
' ";,iethodist ministerwithout a degree., He 'was head of a 20-man
daculty includini Ph.D.'s, Ks,Is and' so forth. The college' was,
'1,,ffiliated with ,a university, and :every student left that school'
with a degrec either in SqienCe, Or arts., They, ;ecelyed
thorough ,education at a great seat oflearning.
In the United States there are so many principals without
a degree that it would take months to mention them konw
1,,lso of ,an ,Anglican 'minister in Canada who beads a, 15-man
faculty., Though he possesses no degree he Is highly educated
Wan. and there is no, subject he- Cannot handle. 4
t Then agahl I know of many men with excellent degrees who
never make.principal, or even-become an assistant, because they
lack ;other qualities essential to these posts. I admire a, man
waive, degree, whether he can teach or not.' But a degree does
rot do the worlt A man must do that himself, with his' OVill
ialent and' application,. .t
"Disgusted Patriotic PattaMaritan should also bear in mind
' that the Panama Canal proves men before promOting them to
senior positions.
, . , Rolling Stone.
GEEVES CASE
Sir: 4,
So the F:"t1MallIttrill want to spring Greaves? Even 100
years of slow itriure would be, too lenient for this degenerate,
Rape is the base of all crimem, even murder. Give the GIs
heavier sentences. ,, Don't give Greaves less.
. Protect Owt Women
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COMMISSARY MANAGEMENT
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- "Justice's" leter (Ma Box, pril 18) about :"overworked"
pcal raters, poor management and US rate taking as being cause
Of the Commissary shortages sounds as If he has a guilty
conscience. I'd say the less we had t deal, with his kind the'
better. ,
4, Poor management?: It certainly Is; when we put unreliable
Nnd untrustworthy people In jobs handling money and goods.
Mese same people 1ustity the continuance of the present double
:Ilage scale. Vhen they claim they're ooverworked" they're doing
pout 25 cents an hour worth of work."'
Jot The Commissary management is asleep In allowing Ahe
'American customer& to carry the burden of Panamanian thievery
Ui the form of price increases to make up the shortages. The
management also allows goods to be thrown round, bruised and
guined. They do not instruct their sullen salesgirls in 'the
tudiments of sales technique. Yes, the managers are asleep.
IsTow we're hiring back those who were fired. Are we being
.:forced to submit to orders from Panania again? Next year there
'will be more shortiges to be paid for,by the suffering Americans
3,to can't put aside enough money to get out of this rotten place.
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- As the argument' over Pain, Manian beef is again in the pa pa,
, pa, Pers, somebody please tell me what authority the Ganal Zone
people use in buying this beef Irom Marna.
, The 1933 Buy American Act obligates the 11.S. Government
to buy only 'United States products. An excePtion can he made
if the U.S. product is not available, or the price Is considerably
t higher than a foreign, product. -
' Bids cannot specify the product of Panama, Australia, or any
other foreign country, but must group them all under the word
;:toreign" countries. ,
1$ On opening of the-bids, grade and qu'ality being equal, the
low price must be accepted. There is no exception to this rule.
Any exception would be Megal and a show of favoritism towards
One country Over the others. (Russia excepted). As 1' have been
told that the Australian beef consistently underbids the Panama
beef by about 30 per cent, there is no authority to purchase the
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' SATURDAT WORK
to
,,, In the past the Reproduction Plant at Cerotal hat been run ra ra,ther
,ther ra,ther smoothly and .efficientlyo Lately, though,, there have been
3ome changes. Starting April lit (a SaturdayY and every Saturday
still further notice the military personnel ,of the unit 'will be given
"'technical instruction." Most of these men have been working at
;their 3o'os for at least a year, Then all of a sudden-one person has
:(lecided they need further training. Row can a man working eight
irand a half hours 'a day, five days a week, need "technical instruc instruc,tion'l
,tion'l instruc,tion'l If his work is so poor auto need this he should long ago
:tave been transferred for inefficiency. Maldng the GIs work on
4laturdays like this seems to me to be more an effort to harrass'
'them than to help them,
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THE HEADLINERS
Gen. Rafael Trujillo, Jr., A ver versonable
sonable versonable young man educCod in
the United States, is the son of the
former iPresident of .the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic, one of our most loy loyal
al loyal neighbors in the Caribbean
The Generars affection for the peo
ple of the U.S. is sincere, accord according
ing according to mutual intimates 4 A' few
nights ago at the Mocambo (11'.
wood) theloung man had a ring ringside
side ringside table with several movie star
friends, including Zsa-Zsa Gabor,
Eva And Mania Jolie ,... After w, e
introduced Robert a Sherwood's
torch-song hour, ,we announced to
the affectionate audience, b 0 tv
thrilled we had been that day' at
the exciting news about a new can.
cer research advance,-.which. the
newspapers said was financed en
tirely by Runyon Fund money.
"It'A the biggest medical news,"
we2said, ."since the Salk Vaccine
miracle. So you can imagine how
proud we all are on the Runyen
Comrnittee. General Trujillo," we
added,' "the Runyon'' Fund elec.
ates money all over the world, et etcept
cept etcept RUSSIA. Have you cancer
lab, hospital or university In your
Renublic? If, so, pleace, tell the
doctors there to make The usual

$25,000.
The edolulogies for neoreelest
Nathan !dresser.' the tinunger And
lightning of his Critital abilities.
Undoubtedly. his nen was mightier
than a sword, because it was
aharner. Certainly, he made the'
thumb-onaiose a downright artistic
salute Nathan, however, Ives'
gifted with more lomortant onalt
ties: He 'wag a warn. synanatindic
and lovar friend. Ails friendship
with H.' Tv Meneken endured for
over a halt eenturk And his
friendship with Eueene O'Neill was
constant. There was Ion (imnres (imnressivo
sivo (imnressivo depth of foaling, in Nathan's afR
fection.' It reflected tho underiv
,
ing compassion 0 a big heart s
devotion, oven tenriornees.
After Eugenn O'Neill rasseJ,
Nathan wrote: Ill was approaeheri
Pot so low, soo to writ" book en
Flortene O'Neill's life. Plot I had
decline the offer becabse know

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vious-or petty pbnut him, He mak makpoolicPtion
poolicPtion makpoolicPtion for. a Runyan iF
Gro w 1 es no secret of those he dislikes.
,forl And, whnn he likes you -- all the
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too much about his private life and
thoughts, and I felt it would be a
violation of good manners a n d
friendship to take'the pitbli even
at second-hand into his personal
business." A
, In brief,'Natlian Wei a Scholar,
a gentleman and a friend.
Maurice Chevalier, 'The Grinful
One, is beguiling New Yorkers a again.,
gain., again., If tanyone, evee personified
charm, it is Monsieur Maurice.
The French': miristrel's enduring
success Is hardly a surprisesince
nothing is so darn International as
a smile or'a love song. Incidental.,
1 ly, a wink, a straw hat and a wide,
wide grin Seem far more Iturable
1- than the French government 4
Ohevalier, Twho is 69,- has declar-edr
"If I had 'to 'fight to stay, UP
there I'd give it, up. But I'm not
fighting, It COW'S easy. sing
from the' heart!, ,,, 4
The secret ofniii iorigess I4
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quite simple: He conveys his own
sense of. enjoyment to audienees.,
As the saying goes,' what comes
from The heart goes to 'the heart'
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This repo,rter has had an poor-,
bloity to study Frank Sinatra close
Ir. Rig most irrybresliveqrsit is a
bssic honesty' There's nothing de-,

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way ... For example,. his genercisi
ties to friends are grandly extra.
vagant. Ile once gifted' chums
with exnensive paintings. OnA dnY,
for no occasion whatsoever, he in installed
stalled installed A hio7fi system In a friend's
home. Ile constantly insists on
lending bts car or palm. Snritees
Manet)11 to friends...Coleste 'Rolm
once pointer' out: .."'iltriPsti Frank
looks at you, A 'well of affdetionl
sorinds np and suddenl it's'
Cadillac!' , ,.
' 'Warier!' ,Morninester" la now
an imnre sive flidker. Tn; common,
with man artistic endeavnrst hal
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eyolutinn has A cm-tain -fpacino.
Hon: Ferman Wouk's TITIPI had
itt nridin as a, onenot play he
wrote Iii years ado. If was Wel
Crivis Over Matiorio.9 Ann,reot.
IY. Mr. rouk never moot Mario-I
riedonitq big overwhelming, sno.,1
cess with Cantaln Oueeg and Co.,
le toiled several 'years transform

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---; from Jran across Turkey to safer-T-7'
. guard us in 'case of war.' -. '.
- 1 Note State Department pon pont
t pont cy in the Near East has, alm,ost
, ---- '''''''''4-'0--- --'"''0 alWays been dominated by the oil
jillEA Service Inc': ,i , isl .J.
i-','"c,' ,,-ef;''Avio,,0,23me .P: iv,. :r 7 C01110211ICS, nOt &dated to the oil
...Y.-'04--4"'.--4"'-,-''''4--4,',z..-'14As' ' "' companies. Herbert Hoover, Jr.,
who was undersecretary of State
, - i ,,, r, during .the Suez crisis, was the
1
, , former top executive of Vnion Oil
, of California, atnde varpioaurts oeilemene
r ( serve in the S at m t t
' advise on Near Eastern affairs.
" 9,, 'i, ', ; : It was Oie oil' companies which
ing the one-act Marjorie' into a EalViSPd bringing ,,King aud to
best-seller. Such is thi" gradual Washington. This worked all right
process of ,creativity. iBy the Way, until Saud was virtually ousted
Wouk was explained that "writing by his brother who hates the
fiction is an agonizing and enchant United States.' '..' .
ing task," a statement applicable k '. -' '' ''
tO cenducting a, colyum4 0: ,, FOOLING THE PUBLIC
- ,--.', .,,,.., , .".. A 'report on liow the American
trying' Berlin is celebrating his public has contributed pillions of
golden anniversary as an outstand dollars, allegedly for handicapped
Mg music mac- His biography is veterans, is about to be issued by
an -Ameridan story in the grand Congressman Olin Teague of
tradition... The splendid ascendan. Texas. -
cy from'poverty-stricken ,e h I 1 d-' Teague will tell how the Nation,-
hood to international glory. You III -Association of Veterans Em Emcould
could Emcould altnost write a history of ployment Councils sold ball-point
the past half-century with Berlin's pens through the MailS, ostensibly
melodic treasures, He put.' nation. for money to help disabled veter.
al asnfrations le music 'ai well as ans find jobs.-- ''''' ' .7
1yr-songs express his passion for
individfial, emotions. Many of his - ,- .. '
freedom. that the NAVEC, headed by Har-1
., The ,extraordinary record of Irst- old Keats, located jobs for only
Teague's investigators,' found
ing Berlin's sucress is being hi- 1.80 veteransthough in two and
scribed in ,periodicals and dailies. a half years it collected a cool'
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hood to internitionai glory. Yo-u
could almost write a history of
the past balf.century with Berlin's
melodic treasures He put.' nation.
al asfifrations to music 'ai well as
individbal, emotions. Many of his
lovr'songs express his passion for
frpodom.
, The ,extraordinary record of bit biting
ing biting Berlin's success is being in inscribed
scribed inscribed in ,periodicals and dailies.
The following sidelight isn't so well
known: After a torrent of htts
which poured.scross several de decadet
cadet decadet there yvas a' period. of,
years whon tho ronsicol realm was'
barren, of a Berlin dandy:, T h e
Broadwov crove.dioters were reo.
dy to entomb his career eonvinc-i
od wP jeloribl's reritv
to the coin1111y tiocittrotinr1 wk"
one pc big iweni,4a, b-11.,,t, mot
orie of his biggest, hits: 41Chek to
Cheek." w ,
Erne it Alims snot rrnle Iroyees
are beloinq to molroi 'Woos tly,
swinginoest tor,n. 'rho ill,11"..yriiie
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WASHINGTON In a recent
clueLl-door session of the Senate
Relat.ons Committee,
Senator Humphrey of Minnesota
was quizzing assistant secretary
of state Thant Rountree ahout
the -Middle East.
'Vow are S'ou plannini'to res reselle
elle reselle American prestige in the Mid

de- suit 0
which poured.across several
cadet -.- there was ri d
A Pe--(1-, of have always rushed into love lust'
years when the ronsicgl realm was so that I would not be' alone. I
f my fear of being ly, II
barrenl of, a Berlin dandy.', T h e realized,' toci, that when a person
Broadway Peeve-diggers were res., is alone, be- has, only one person
dy to entomb his career convine- to answer to, one set of problems.
od ho, WPI hr011e,11. fIlerliTt's rentv When I rushed into 'love without
to the colnmity ft9eistriltioou wt.'' looking, I had merely, added an-
one Ctt )1ift orottfoof b..11e.,;, mot
ether person, another set of prob.
ore lif his biggest, Ms: "Cheek to leme The star. has', been, guilty
- el a blunder common to manY
' ' "--""' ' ' wdmen: She thinks with her heart.
Erne A Aeme erd Ernie YrOlmeg And the heart kas no power of lo..,,
are helping to morl 'Nr,.0,1 th, gic. , '1, '' --
tovinginrest tort.' Ilts-yr,41....wcole -' Incidentally; the April Motion
goga his an interesting tench: Picture mag includes this When
Sho blegme a winner og, a rosulti some04 .0E0 'Asked Lana w h y
of 'being loser ... yisg . dims she loves children,' her reply was:
w's ono of the lororg en rdefrev's revealing. "Perhaps," she said,'
taleot showeaoe PoweYor. P '' SI l'itipt because Children, can't hurt
orodneor wits forororgeed with lor rne." ', , ,
Perfor'"or'e old -Port bor a .joh ,- .,, ' --'0,--,' '
dn' Ernie Kovacs' show.,- ' Look Mig's interesting essay, on
. , 1,--. ... rIS C 6S1 CIOSP ,thlt,
' ' ..' '' Kh h h wife clii
' ThAmo wb4 dwell on noirlon ooaks the Ten Kremloon adores his wife
IITOAtir to be enchooterl ron,114 .... end children. Of 'course. tilt devo- .,
until ollootring heodlinog ion osom tien to his own family doesn't ex exout
out exout of 'iheir starry roelm..ollon tendlo other families. A man wh
they ere 'reveolol at lonely!. frioh- rules a tountry- where- all ..,chil,
tenect awl fooll.11--, hist like errs dren are taught to hate ,,, doesn't
nor,' vnere14. Is 4q1 Pf"16'it.."" di'. rea4 love anyone.-- --,, r 4,
Cella for the nubile to' d
un erstreid 4...........: ,, f s.
that movie (gloms PrO ,.... IrOnt. "A bore," writes Elsa Maxwell,
on who, are, occastenolly betrayed "is a vacuttm eleoner of soolpty,
tiv othPir rit4IttlThi-.4, liltos, ntet Ire- sucking up .everything and giving
nitPI1V, LPTIP Tnrner told e renert- nothing.' ''' .', ',
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1 WASHINGTON In a 'recent TepT2e v! 1,0,e stern 1,-,ords
elo.toLl,door ses,on of the Senate a!,:o fur Le American
F Relat,oris Committee, kt2rans, la:st year collect collectSenator
Senator collectSenator Humphrey of Minnesota ed ,0',10,C, 0 from the American
was quizzing assi,.,tant secretary people by sell,ng miniature auto autoof
of autoof state Milani Rountree ab-out mobile hcense tags for key chains,
the-Middle East. Alter coneeting the $4,000;000,
-Pow are you plannini 'to res- ou 'the) grounds that it would be
elle American prestige in the Mid-,used for charity to disabled vets,
dle East?" Humphrey asked.the DAV used part of the money
"What are lour plans for com- to prqducethe Hidden Treasure
batting Nasser's growing power?" television show', on which $300,000
Reluctantly Rountree admitted was lost.'
that the State Department had
nO planK Incidentally, the license tact
"What about that pipelhie youlidea was sold to the DAV several
were going to build across Tur- years ago for $3 000,000 by Abra Abrakey
key Abrakey from Iran to the Mediter- Non Koolish, now under Federal
mean?" , indictment in Chicago for mail
"We aren't building In fraud in connection with 'his va va"Why
"Why va"Why not?" nous fund-raising activities.
The oil companies say it's too Teague has found so much 's,
expensive'. busa in fund raising for veterans
"What!" shot back 'Humphrey. that he has urged the House Gov GovYou're.
You're. GovYou're. letting the oil companies ernment, Operations Committee
run the -policy of the United to look into the entire field of tax taxStates?
States? taxStates? I want,you to know that exempt charitable ,money raising.
the Senate of the United States He will urge a new law mak makdoes
does makdoes not want our policies dic- ing it a Federal offense to sell or
tated, by a few oil companies on rent "sucker lists" of people who
the basis of monee. have contributed to one charity
"We have given all kinds of and ere, considered set touctes
supuert to the oil companies.(We for otlier allegedly good causes,
have practically supported the CAPITAL NEWS CAPSI:LES
Country of Iran. There is nii-rea- Rebellious Ithee The-AmeriMI
why we should have them tell can-Embassy is trying to, keep
Us what to do., President S3rngpan Rhee from
ting policies have let the who'?
' "Our pussyfooting, procrastina- following through oq his offer to
put the entire Korean Army, Air
Near ,East fall away 'from us,' Force and Navy at the disposal of
continued Humphrey, "and now the Indonesian rebels,'
les say we can't build a pipeline countries which refuse te help the
Old Rhee believes !Western
yfitt tell me that the ,oil compan

busa in fund raising for veterans
that he has urged the House Gov Government,
ernment, Government, Operations Committee
to look into the entire field of tax taxexempt
exempt taxexempt charitable monev raising.
He will urge a new law mak making
ing making it a Federal offense to sell or
rent "sucker lists" of people who
have contributed to one charity
anLI arm consIdered set touetes
for otlier allegedly good causes.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
Rebellious nee The Ameri American
can American Embassy is trying to, keep
President S3rngman Rhee from
following through oq his offer to
put the entire Korean Army, Air
Force and Navy at the disposal of
the Indonesian rebels,,
Old Rhee believes Western
countries which refuse te help the
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rebels are cov,ards w:,o -,t
'stand up Ce,rrnwt,,
Iwben it comi,s, E...t the Amci
can Embassy, on instructions from
John Fos-VI. Dulles, is urging him'
to take it easy. -
South Korean intervention in
Indonesia, Rhee has been told,
would bring in Red China, also
North Indochina, which might
touch off a world war.
, Sour On Eclieve it or not:
but Congressman Noah Masogi
dean of Illinois Republicans itt
,Congress. 'has cracked dwn ,en
!Congressman Tim, Sheehan cl
Chicago, also oRepublican, for be.
mg tog pro-Eisenhower. Mason
objected. to the fact that'Sheehark
supported, some of Ike's legislai
tive proposals. Apparently, INIk
son believes a Republican Cool
gressman I should not support 1(
Republican President,if the Pres-I
ident's name happens to be Eisen:
tower. Here are Mason's exact
words "to Sheehan:. "I have lost
'all enthusiasm to give you any
further help.",
Elderly paratropers Th-e Art
my rounded up severil veterans
from 7General Jim Gavin's old
paratroop outfit to honor-him as
he retired the other day. The
veterans. some of2them ,over 1O
years old, agreed to take a final
jump' for their wartime eon-
mender, landing dramatically' in
front of his reviewing stand. Sornt
of them, hadn't ,bailed Out" of a
plane ,for 1S years, so When Pa
vin,heard of. It he refused to let
the older vetertuis jump.,

Celebrate their'reCent triuMph of prelCisioti,IIi
having obtained the firS't 5 places in the 01,
, Observatory O,f ,!'Neuhatel,"
I,and, and authorize CASA AFASTLIpI to";
reduce the'price Of certain MOdels toI-a
cost, ,duringt.Aprilobly, All ',these models
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Close Closeups
ups Closeups and Longshots: Now the the
Academy Olcars have had their
annual big night, you may happen
to be wondering how come "It
Happened One Night"' happened
to win five Oscars in 1934. The
old comedy, co-starring Clark
Gable and Claudette Colbert, has
been playing on TV screens and
WS quite, a let-down.
-Even forgetting the screen'etech
nicat progress In ,24 years,' the
film 'didn't have enough plot to
make one of today's half-hour tele teleBut
But teleBut by looking back tp the
, depression year of 1934, you will
find the answer to why it swept
the Academy Awn& that year--
. and ''why something that was fun
, ny 24 years ago isn't tunny today.

The slim plot was' woven arpund
bus travel, the novelty of 3"inotels
4itch.hiking and 4ortune seekers
all products of the depression.
The-film was one long topicalloke
Sintag! 1934,' which a new genera genera'
' genera' tion doesn't understand; and
which an older generation has for for,'
,' for,' -lotted 01-doesn't like to rememb

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HoLityw000's 'SPECIAL', Aca AcaIlemy
Ilemy AcaIlemy Award td 78.-year-old,Gilbert
t nderSon, remetnbering Ms ,,1910
917 film careerlls the :Screen's
irst west:ern star,'"Erqncet 1311151,1'
' Was 'something of a booster sho
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tor 'movie Morale., Anderson's
snemory goes back even further,
, to 1903, when-movies wire 101-mino
, tte one reelefs. Atotheillnibt oMe oMet
t oMet ne told Anderson there was no
uture in motion pictures .-, they
,, pre "dying out", in the face of,
audevilio,sonipetition.; -4,.i,. i,,,pi
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uggested a -,big tworeel, epic, 20
Finutes Imig It ,was the Ides' for
ho historic-4903 "The Great,Train
obbery7, and -the reagon old And Andrson
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.A LITTLE TIRED, BUT-HAPPY, Albroolc Air Force.; Base Cubmaster Maj. Albert A. Tisocket
den mothers, and' a den father relax 'after ii, busy afternoon at the Cub Scout Field Day
'held recently at the base plc area., Left to right; Tisone; Mrs. Morris S. Roberts, Den 4
'Mrs.' Troxler H.,Moore, Den 3; Maj. William D. Akers, Webelo den father; Mrs. Maurice Cie
Anthon, Den 2;' and Mr3. Claude A. Babb, Den ta.,(Official USAF Photo) ',. ' '', .
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Pe' oPle talking about the movies
dying out, He,tells 'em:
."Don't believe it. They were dy.
ing out in 1903, too.", x ,,- ,,
"Bronco ',13illy's"', movi4 reign
,sounds like today's -TV,, shooting
schedules. In seven, Years,he star,
red -in 385 two-reelers shoot which
he Jays;., ';tt ''' I
' We.made 'ent like-popcorn, I'd
write 'em i the Morning ,- and
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to be wonderin
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to wht five Os(
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been playing on
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, let, -Even forgettinl
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make one of todi
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films. Sut by looking back t? the i
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the Academy Awariis that year- : ,,
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A ', ,,, The slim plot was woven arpund A urrLE TIRED, BET-HAI'PY, Albrook Air Force.; Base Cubmaster 'Maj. Albert A. Tisoike, ' ,
bus travel, the novelty of 3"motels" den mothers, and' a den father relax 'after a- busy afternoon at the Cub Scout Field Day '-
4itch.hiking and fortune seekers 'held recently at the base Picnic area." Left to right; Tisone; Mrs. Morris S. Roberts, Den 1-,,. ,,' ..;
. -all products of the depression. 'mr8.. Troxler H., Moore, Den 3;- Maj. William D. Akers, Webelo den father; Mrs.. Maurice 0,, ,'. M
' The-film was one long topical joke Anthon, Den 2;' and Mrs Claude A. Babb, Den 1,,,-(Official USAF Photo) -,..', '', '
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'lotted or doesn't like to rememb. dying ,out, He,tells 'em: .. 3en Blue Show." : ' -. with no place to Put his, jokes. ,, .: ,, 4, 1 ,l L',' S"- , ,",, 'I-. -': -, , ,, oama4,, ...if& No,,,. $7 ,, 1 2 i
"Don't believe it. They weredy. :But the idea 'didn't sell -- be So he built a place for them. To ., ',' '.. y . 2 ' r. '' f i ir Ilk .'''''' ' ' .:'
' it ,,,' ----,,,-, ,, Mg out in 1903, too.", :,- ,- : was ,headed off at the pass: by day,,after enly four months,' Ben : t --,
j ' ' "Bronco ',,Billy's''', inovid reign TV's new western rough riders, Blue's Supper Club here is the 1.0! NO I .
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' nderSon, remeMbering his ,3910
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stte one reelefs. At,,thelinto, toOrtEt- 4: ; 1 I bt .4.--,.--, : 4 -1 fa seemed, .,,, evening program aimed at lonely i - , : ' ' 1 ' - "t'oL 4' l't i 1Ji )
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' ere "dying out", in the face of ' ' '--
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I ' '",, ; safing not teo' long ago,"Ishould in for Paris type girlie b, girlie ,I,PDX WILL' FILM "Navy Frog. ' '' ' L ,, :
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uggested a -big two.reel epic, 20 Ben, the cane-twirling fellow''with bout the laugh boYs. 03en Blue did. brick, who directed Kfrk Douglas ,,i., :
inutes 'long It was the Ides' for the frozen lace, droll wit and flair'n't have to tell strangers his rierne in "Paths of Glory," wants to ,,r ...,..---
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REAR ADAIIRAL AND AIRS.
WALES WILL ENTERTAIN
RIDGELY GAITRERS
Rear Admiral and Mrs.
George Wales will be hosts
this evening at a dinner in
their quarters in honor of
the Commanding General
U.S. Army Caribbean, Ridge ly
Gaither and Mrs. Gaither.
Sixteen guests' have been in invited.
vited. invited.
Panama's First Lady Will
Roceiv French Honor
Mrs. Mercedes de de la Guar GuarDIA,
DIA, GuarDIA, First Lady of Panama and
President of the National Red
Cross is to be presented with a
medal of honor and a scroll in re recognition
cognition recognition of her outstanding a achievement
chievement achievement as th presidento
- e
the National Organization. The
presentation wi'l be made in the
near future by the Ambassador
of France in Panama Lionel Vasse'.

Italian Embassy Entertains.
FOr Apostolic Delogato
The Ambassador of Italy' in Pan Panama
ama Panama and Mrs. Mario Maio li enter.
tained at a dinner ht the Embassy
residence last evening in honor el
the Apostolic Delegate the Most
Reverend Monsignor Luigi Pun Punzolo,
zolo, Punzolo, ,
-Admiral and fArs. Wales
Has, House Guest From Peru
Admiral a4d Mrs- George Wales
have as theit. hbuse', guest' this
weele,'Mrs. Edward Shelby, of Li Lima,
ma, Lima, Peru. Mrs. Shelby, who will

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The Canal Zone Junior College
in iis presentatiod 01 -1.,oe
1,,erdai toe Diaolo
ineater on April 3J, will be, us.
Lig Lie Lewes.. oi Dew ineil
ous ot play pouuction trom the
Lniteu toe luil-even.ng
three aci play will De
"rea'd" by the big tau.
',the reauing in.lioui made lam.
filar to tileater.goers ot tne
by the work. of Charles Laughton,
is wluely useu by Lie inure vivid'
Diem coileges and universities. The
meutou wds useu oy t'ed,
sylvania Stale University to avoid
tne extreme amaworisihiess ot at attempts
tempts attempts to stage those plays which
reguire compaca.eu seti-ngs Lou
impossible costuming and make makeup.
up. makeup.
esterh University leads
the lisL bt American colleges with
Work in "play readings." t

CZJC To iaccd
Flay April 30
The Canal Zone Junior (
in its presentatiod ot -Lc
Lterdai toe Diaolo
ineater on April 3,),
Lig tile Lewes,. oi itie new
ot play pounction tror
Latteu ts,ates.- toe cittire
ning three aci play w
"rea'ti" by the big cast.
'Ate reauing intliou, mad
iliar to tileatergoers of tn
by the work. of Charles Lai
is witiely useu by tue more
Men. coileges and universitil
metuou wds last useu oy
sylvania Stale University tc
tne extreme amawurisinies!
tempts to stage those plays
reguire compaca,eu settn
impossible costuming and
up.
Xort.1 esterh University
the list of American collegc
Work in "play readings."

return home tomorrow, is the wire
of Captain Edward Shelby, Chief
of U.S. Naval Missions in Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lang
Announce Birth of Son
Lt. j.g.'; and, Mrs. William A.
dams Lang' have announced the
birth of their second son born A.
pril 22 in Lexington Park, Md.
Tiw baby will be named Thomas
Andrew. Sharing honors ar3gradi
parents are Mt. add Mrs. Thomas
Dee of Diablo Heights and Mr.
and Mrs. James Lang,' formerly
of 'the Canal 2one, now living in
Venezuela.,

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Wilt Leave for, Brazil
Mrs. Lynn Wheeler and her San
Christopher, left oil Monday for
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where Mrs. I
Wheeler will be with- Military Mis- 1
sions. ,Thetl, have been $residents I
of Curundu.
Miss Rosemary, Lee Sitcom's
Bri4o Of Mr. James Leon
- At in impressivedouble ring ce ceremony
remony ceremony in the Cathedral of the
Immaculate Conception in Colon a
on Sunday at,7 p.m.,7Miss ,Rose-
mary Lee, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.,' Antonio Lee, became ,'the
bride of James Leon, 'son of the
late Mr.,,and Mr3. ManuePleon.
the bride, who was given in
marriage by her ?father, wore a
gown o. heavy white satin and
hand-clipped Chantilly lace. The
lace, which was embroided With
rhinestones' and irridescent se sequins,
quins, sequins, was else inserted in huge
scallops around the skirt and cit
eular 'chapel ,tra in. The gown was
the creation of Mrs. Cristina Sam:-
chez. The bride's blush fingertip
veil of illusion front a coro coronet
net coronet of lace in the form of three
hearts encircled and :highlighted
by pearls. Her bouquet was of
white orchids, and her ,only jew jewelry
elry jewelry was.paltof-diamond earrings
a present from her parents.'
--Mrs. Amalie ,Chen. sister ,orthe
bride,- attended as matron of ho honor.
nor. honor. She' wore a 'waltz length
gown of light 'green nylon over
matching talleta. The basque bo bodice
dice bodice was scattered with-Oelicate
flower embroided applique. and
she carried a spray of orchids.'
The 'Misses Estela Chin, Patri Patricia.,
cia., Patricia., Fong,- Margaret Lee, Regina
Kam, Florence Ah Kai and 2Nelly
KwaC Bev' acted as the bride's
attendants. They wore : identical
wa3z-length goWns o printed ny:
Ion in alternating pastel shade
The gownS were accentuated whit
chiffon around the bodice which
fell in a, wide side ,effect in the
bouitant harem skirt. The brides:
maids all wore white accessories
and carried sprays of Venda or orchids.
chids. orchids. -
, Annabelle Kern and Monica..Lee
were the. flower girls. All of the
attendants wore coronets along the
same lines as the' bride's. The
two nephes of the brider Alber Alberto
to Alberto and Joaquin Chen, tarried the
rings and tne traditional thirteen
pieces of go,d. :
Mr. Peter Leon, brOther o: the
groom, attended as' his. brother's
best man. The ushers were Messrs
Antonio Wong, Ramoa, Chen, Vic Victor
tor Victor Ho, Lorenzo Young, -Livingston
Fung, and Enrique Lee.
- The mother of thp bride chose
a dress of pearl gray, lace over
a harmonizing satin of a' darker
hue. She wore a gray :lace hat
adorned with pearls and an orchid
corsage. r
, Mrs. Augulta Leon, sister-in-law
Of ,the groom, wore a sheath of
ice blue broeaded andlber
corsage WaS oreinds,'":
FolloWing the wedding ceremo ceremony,
ny, ceremony, more than 600 guests were re recelved
celved recelved at the Stranger's Club
which was decorated for the occa occasion.
sion. occasion. Andrew Lim,' was in charge
of the decoration. The beautifully
decorated wedding cake vvhich Was
topped by a miniature bride and
groom was the, handiwork .of Mrs.
Mary Belanger. ,
, The couple left for a wedding
1 trip to Colombia.
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change, Mexana
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too. Absorbent
' cornstarch base
clings close, keeps
baby fresh, coin.
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STOCIHOLM (UP)--Investiga
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short circuit for an explosion that,
injured three-men in the battery,
compartment of the Swedish sub.
marine Haien at the southern port
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ceentuated witit :!..11::lsr .-.... t''
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le ,,effect in .the .:,": , : :! ..' ; '' .....
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tirt- l'he :brides: .: ,.1 :-
bite accessories -.:', ,,,,'!"".'
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Ironets along the r.' ,'.,,.,
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he, bride,';, Alber- -,, ,V.;.,:.W ,V.;.,:.W.,,;.':.V.'
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nen, tarried the .z:
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,ers were Messrs :. .i.,.?4 '44 ..glik.faig" I ,t, : .
moil. Chen, Vic-
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'gray, lace ove,r ,-:::: '',. .:- .7,."
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--:cotton waffle knits , ,' ) 1 & 2 pc. per-
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with necks, E7 - Cottons, poplins, tors today tentatively blamed a ,
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Fort C. 4
Hoiti tt ,- a
t The a 1 t' ct 0'1 -,irs
of ale t .f.rsl .,Ps
Club was I ,11:2o,.-4, a dest
' cototre 'Ir
The 1 ; ere elect,-
ed ;or t e ,t rt h
Grett,f21, nrs. Co, 1,e
bus' Liner, nt; '.s.
' hiaury c, .'tary;
, Lawrence Ltt,,,l ;, treasurer; Atrs.
, Pussel, 1 t a',',ernate;
Mrs. Car s l'o' -stes, :"end al altern.,.te;
tern.,.te; altern.,.te; atts. hat, Aititer, Airs.
James Hull, and Mrs. Juan Rai Raigozi,
gozi, Raigozi, board, members, --- t
The meeting was presided over
' by tirs. Arlbur,liay, Yearly Corn Corn-
- Corn- mittee reports were given. Gifts of
soullenir compacts were present.
, ed Mrs.: Albert Stetz, Mrs.
' Johli ,Smith, Mrs. -John Tanner,
and .rs.- Thomas Dube who are
leatIng-the.Isthmus. The door
- prize was won by Mrs. KT. Da Da,
, Da, vilal Following' the meeting Mrs.
E.Ai Cox displayed her gun hob hob,'by.!
,'by.! hob,'by.! 2-

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1 .' '' ''.'"o' '' ,' nated.,' Camp i, L
- BAYITILLE: L., t, 'April '23 County, N.J.,"t0
,-- William .Rosenthal,',--President of-America Iri-4;
.. and .,:, bOard chairMan, ',Of tn, ion Lewis'who
- Maidery Form 'Brassiere ComPa- student at Colur
' my; died lase,week --of., a,heart The couple 'also
?. ailment at hi home here.: His scholarship at CI
- age was It '' ,'-'t,,4 :' 1:''' ' son's rnemcity.;9
- With his wife Ida, IVIi. osell- honored' Mr.'71
: thal founded ;the torpPany 71.1n their'Silver Bet
', 1921' ,'Now Ole oft the' large,st Antelope award(
- rnanufActorerS of ilTasOciOs.,. m .A.L.founder of
.,: the world.MaidenEOZITUO,MPLOY stolopeollsge, of 3
. 4,000, workersln plants, offices hiva 'University,
:. and. warehouses in New ,,york, was a vice presic
Nevi'lersey,: West, Virginia, Illi- of Bronx Hospi
1,,rrols,-,' California, o'Puerto Rico, member of Blial
,k,; :Trinidad,, England '.and .Canada. longed also to tt
'T 1, Mr,; Rosenthal 'held many W Chamber of .Cor
, .tents ,on ,brasSiere design and Rotary ,, Club', ,of
' manufacture.' Ile was a-director He was a direct(
. Of the, Corset and Brassiere .As-, trial-Young Men
' sociationand also'had served as tociation of Bap
treasurer', -Ile ,' often was chain7 Broadway Natio
man, foilund,drivee firthe cPr-' Besides .,his NV
, set and' trasSiere 'Industry...1'mi thal leaves,: a
' '..behalf of .thellnited Jewish, AP-, Joseph A.- Coleir,
' Peal and the lederation ,of,3ew.- ers, Joseph-and
. ,ish,l'hilenthropies. : ''''',.-:,'.:.'':, ,. ,... three esters, Mr(
' .. Owned,Dressmalitoll Shoth meri Mrs. -Mas
Coming t the United States Mrs.tiBenjamin
: from Russia 'around. 1900, ", Mr. grandchildren.; .:
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. intro:Lie intro:Lief
f intro:Lief 1 track Shinn Juoy
Chung 2.oarie Estero and I Shep Sheppard.
pard. Sheppard. Mrs. Luis Leyva was we,-
comed as a new member.
liostees for the day were Mrs.
S'.etz, Mrs. Pobert Valverdo, and
Jorge. Ziatos. s:

Announcs nth of Son
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Nolan,11. Spenc Spencer
er Spencer have announced the arrival of
i!,ier second son, fourth child on
April 15 at St. Elizabeth's Hospi.
tal in Lincoln, Neb. where Sgt.
Spencer is stationed' having, just
completed his assignment in Li Libya,
bya, Libya, Tripoli. Grandparents are
Mr- and Mrs. James G. F. Tum Tumble
ble Tumble of Balboa- ,
Fort Kohl), NCO Wivos
Board Meeting
A special meeting of the Board
of Governors of the Fort Kaobbe
N.C.O. Wives Club will be held
next Tuesday 'at 7:30 p.m. in the
Bamboo Room of the N.C.O. Club.

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Rosenthal was In the wholesale
dreSs business for many 'years.
He owned a dressmaking shoP
on West Flity-seventh Street be before
fore before starting the brassiere com company.
pany. company. ,
A sculPtor by avocation, Mr.
Rosenthal made a bronze bust
of Col. David Marcus, Israeli war
hero. The bust has been placed
on permanent disPlay in the
Marcus Military Library In Is Israel.
rael. Israel. At model of the bust is on
view at the Israeli Consulate In
New York. Another of Mr.
Rosenthal's works Is. in the per permanent
manent permanent collection -of the Jewish
Museum here,

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Estabilshing the and
Ida, Rosenthal Fellowship in Ju Judeka
deka Judeka and Ilebraica at New York
University, Mr. Rosenthal don donated
ated donated much- of the material in
the university's collection, ais a
memorial to his father, Solo Solomon
mon Solomon 'Rosenthal.-Illie university
honored -him recently for his
support of, Its Jewish Cultural
Foundation.- k
: 4 Donated Camp to Scouts
liqr. and Mrs. Rosenthal do donated,'
nated,' donated,' Camp Lewis in Sussex
County, NJ.,'"tn the Boy Scouts
of America in- memory of their
ion Lewis. who, died while7 a
student at Columbia University.
The couple 'also established a
scholarship at Columbia in, their
son's rnemory. The B&A, Scouts
,honored' -Rosenthal with
Aheir Silver Beaver ,and' Silver
'Antelope awards. '
, .1U-founderof the, Albert Ent.,
steinCollege of Medicine of Yes.
hiva University, Mr. Rosenthal
was a vice president and trustee
of ,Bronx Hospital. He was a
member of Mai B'rith, and be.
longed also to the United States
Chamber of ,ComMerce and the
Rotary Club of Bayonne,,- NJ.
He was a director of the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Young Men's Christian As Association
sociation Association of Bayonne and of the
Broadway National Bank' there.
' Besides his wife, Mr. ,Rosen ,Rosenthal
thal ,Rosenthal leaves,' a daughter,, Mrs.
Joseph A. coleman two broth brothers,
ers, brothers, Joseph' and Moe Rosenthal;
three esters, Mrs. Charles Ham Hammeri
meri Hammeri Mrs. -Max Botwinik and
Mrs.tiBenjamin,,Keller, and two
brantiohilrlravi

ESTEEEIZOOX.EXECUTIVE N
PANAMA George R. Smith,
export sales manager of the
Esterbrook Pen Co. has arrived
in Panama for discussions with
their sales representatives.
Long popular in this market,
Esterbrook is ,introducing new
modern writing Instruments
such as the revolutionary twin twincartridge
cartridge twincartridge "Safari" fountain pen
and the "Recorder" ball point
desk set.
Esterbrook is 'represented
Panama bv Parer Co. of
Panama. ;

iCQUIRE BRICK FIRM
' MEXICO, Mo. COP) A. P.
Green Fire Brick Co. 'ysterday
announced stockholders bave
proved acquisition of Standard
Fire Brick Co. of Pueblo, Colo.
under undisclosed terms.

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When you move into it new neigh
borhood, it is wise to avoid estab establishing
lishing establishing relationships you-may not
want to continue. For instance, if
you do not have time to visit in
the morning, it is best to say so
frankly. It you like privacy, it is
foolish to encourage neighbors to
rtm La "for a. minute," etc.
It is rnucli easier not to start
out moce "neighborly" than you
may want to continue Lo ,be.

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- DETRorr (tPlThe Ford Mo Motor
tor Motor Co: reported yesterday that its
net earnings for the first quarter
of 1958 were nearly 80 per cent
lower than in the same period
last year.
Net earnings for the fult three
months of this year were $22,7,00,-
000 as compared with $100,500.000
for the first three months of 1957.
Ford 'WAS the first auto com company
pany company to release its quarterly rei
oort.. Chrysler Corp., president, L.
L.Colbert said that his firm's re report
port report will show a loss for the pe period.
riod. period. General -Motors Corvis ex expected
pected expected to show. somewhat lower
earnings than last year although
it is presently accounting for ,50
per cent of total auto sales.
American Motors Corp.; running
far ahead of its 1957 sales, is ex.
, nected. to show its' second --consec'Ititive
quarterly profit -since it was
formed from Nash ,an'd Hudson in.

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GRENADES LF,FT IN TRAIN ....!"-, 7.
ROME t1:13) An absent-mind-11
ed passenger telt a wooden box ""11
1
above his seat on the train from 1
Lecce to Naples esterday. The
box contained 30 hand grenades,
all in good working order. 1,-,

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Try-this east het' uty test today; Apply one of the radiant new t t t
shades of utix Nail Polish'on one liana only: Now, compare .1',
,; your two hands. The hand without Cutex looks dull. But see
7.- how the hand with Curez Nail Polish has that beautifully
groomed, finished,look. Nails sparkle with a lustre as
7 flattering as precious lewelsl'',
, i t
't Now sie how your beauty attually DOUBLES with Matching.
lipstick and nail polish. The same "-- '
-,, beautiful color reflects a special r------
- radiance at lips and fingortip,with .,
'every gesture...with every singe! I t I 1

,For matching lips...wear,
creamy lasting Cuteit Lipstick.

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Twiie nightly' :
'' '', except Monday
d0Y0' REYES and ',,
;'.:PEPITA ORTEGA' 7,,
Spanish- dancers ,,
: ofith
Clarence martin's
! Orchestra..
,
Beni Williantaott'ainging
Anoland, Dias, 'piaying
the piano and. singing
k at Intermissiona., '2,

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' Green' Blo yin:Glass' Pitcher &
,' .Tumbler set, raffia wrapped
Italian Flower .pots, all
' slies from.; :.:-,
IronineBoard ,ilb
'', Aluminium- Foldink- Chair.
' i
,: Electric Hand Mixer
GUtdoor Barbecaer Portable;
;Barwa Muni Lounge ,','
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7.95.4.95
t

'-' Fiber Block, Rugs cut to (
size ... ... 0.50- 0.30
Plastis Foam; Mattress 4" ,
, TWin SiZe a 54.50 47.50
Ny1911' Shopping Bag '.. 0.50 030
Magnetic Memo Board
. for Wall t di 2:4 Lib di 0,0 (A..; 2.30 165
-', 5 pc.; DeLuze W.I. and Formica
Din'nette Set 295.00 175.00
:Pressed Bambocr ,Trays ,fr 4.75 1.9 5

from, , 2725
, Genuine Cut Grysial Punch ;,,:;'
i;29795:-:29.95'.. .with.:, 6 2purCh- Ctips

pNANCING

REG. NOW

050 0 30
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54.50 47.50
' 0.50 0.30

fmicus omsa. Rolex Patek Moved
1 tongines, Guiselin 11111Vtillat-Geneve.
Ernest BoreL Nivacia
IWATCHIS ,Grenehen, etc-

Cattgi 'vc)core

!m!..mNr:r1.1r,r?v

le are the ieaders in Aqua Aquamarines.
marines. Aquamarines. Amethysts. ,Topazes.
'rurtnalinee, etc. ,
,

eautIM Matthed Necklaces.
kink. Earrings. Bracelets

Our Beet Bargains' Holloware
at I2 ita Price in U.S.A. t

DUTYFREE We Have Ilundr'eds. Gine'
7 Costing $10 or Lem Which Enter
SOUVENIRS,. the U.S.A. Duty-Free.

,Rattan,
.ChS,irs from- a
'
Bar ,ytenslis Gift, Boxed 06
To's: Witon, Brass
1,!,lovith glass 6,66.6-6 a
Dripery Material solids
,
I.:. 61:designs 1'4: 4,4 0 0'

Nine-Piety Place getting of
, This Leading Bona China
' from $25951 't

REO. NOW
12.50
450 3.25

71.50 43.50

Rattan Circular Chair 72.50 54.50
OCcational Formica ,
& W. Tables 19.50 10.25,
l'atian:Ctitet
e Ritifia Wrapped 3.75 2.10
Table Lamps'. 14allLamps 9.95 4.95

3.75 no
9.95 4.95-

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4,mno,
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of & Tel. '2-9725- -, FREE: "Cldeo:
, Fa' .shoppinztonstniente' we- wii --remain -opetr. dunn noon ,tamps

EMERM,PS

" SOUVENIR
From Peru. Mexico, Denmark.
Italy, Germony,,Frence,
"-te. etc.,. etc.-. 1, 7. A JEWELRY ':

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1954.
!
Henry Ford president of tis 1
company, said the decline in earn-t,
ings was due almost entirely to al,
sharp, reduction, in automobilel
sales. ;

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1951 FORD Ranch Wagon
, 2 'tone
1954 OLDSMIIIBILE 2
, 2 tone, radio ,..1350.00
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1950 FORD
' 2 tone. 2 door,
, radio
1955 CREVROLET
, 2 dooro 2 tone,
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11953 PONTIAC '
- 4 doon radio' .1.05000
1957 FORD
2 tone. FOX'
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1952 OLDSMOBILE
, 4 door. radio 650.00

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1955 PONTIAC
' 4 door,
2 tone. radio ..I495.00
'1953 PLYMOUTH
2 door,. radio, ,,
2 tone 750.00,
1956 CHEVROLET
' 4 door ..,.....1750.00
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LIADIIIG JZW:LLE:.:
Selling at Prices Way Eck,,w
,' Those in U.S. A. :

export sales manager of the- 10L111bLi LO ClICOUrdge neignuor 5 IV per cent in Until, auto 13d1C3 ... .-. ,.!..,' N. -- .... .' ... ,,-- , ..., ,, ,.. ,, ,... .... ... 1..
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.,,. , , Es erbrook Pen (9. as arr ve
' t C h 1 d rtt,B, ha,,, "for,. a zn., inute,"" etc. A ., American Iqsotors Corp.,- running 1954 FoRD Ranch wasen :, : .. s -- , ,,I .., "---,-, ,..i,. -,,, ,.
ed to' Mrs., Albert Stetz, Mrs.
. ,,. in Panama for discussions with ';-, ;.- 'Liar ahead of its 1957 sales, is .ex. , .,, .,,.,. 1320.00 ' ,,." -,,, ,,,.
. Johd ,Smith,,. Mrs.. John Tanner, Fort Kobbs NCO Wives
. :., , their sales representatives. It is much, easier not to ,, start pected to show its' second -consec, ,. ,- 1 7."'" I ,s s,:
,and a's.- Thomas Dube who are Board Meeting
out moce "neighborly" than -' you utive quarterly profit -amce iit was 1954 OLDSMOBILE . ',' ..., ,,,..-., Our Selection of' ifaneraida : IIIIERAIDS -
lea4ng -the .isthmus. The 4 '' door A special meeting of the Board Long DODUlar M this -market,
w MAY ,want to contin ue 'to ,be..,--; formed from, Nash ,and Hudson in ; 2 tone,,,radie :..1350.00, ,,
: Prize was won by Airs. KT. Da.. of Governors of the Fort' Kaohne Esterbrook is ,introducin e
: vila' Following. the meeting Mrs. N.C.O. Wives Club, will be belci modern -.. writinz Insatrugemennts - ' . ",' '- :: ', '' ,-..'. ' ;,..- ,, '. - ''' '.., ' .''' ''''. 2 '' ." 8E511 --''
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'. LA: COX displayed her gun hob- next Tuesday:at 7:30 pm. in It'll:se such as'the revolution ,1954 1"20tRonDe.., 2- door,' ,, r v ... ,,, ..: 4, ,, ,,,,,..;,,,-, :,:,, ,..,,,,,-,,,,, ,.: ,:.. ,, , ...
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,'hy. I ,,,: - .-. : .'. I.:, Bamboo Room of the N.C.. C u acanrdtritdhzee,;11Seactoarrdi
nert"ImbatlalinnoDe.innt .... ';'' ',-"',-'''''., '' : ,, ; ': ' ..?' '''' .' ' -"''''''' ''''''' : '-': ''-' ''. .A750.011. fillQ We are the Leaders in Aqua- '- ''' 4 .'. i
: I t PRECIvIJI3 ; marines. Amethysts, ,Topazett...: '--, - 4
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' ;Jaws it.
- Prt-T-1'nt .' 01 -..-.13rassiere -Firm Dz.s, Panama bv Sharp Paper Co.' of ' t ", -- ,,, t -, ,, ..,, , ,. ,.,,, .,
, "...., ,, r2a1100470 .2 to!ne;1-050 00 , ., , -,.,, ., ,,
' , i ,,,, 0 .,, .,, , 4 c '' :' ,' ''':' '''' .-'' .,-- -;. '''' '' Panama-13 A - ', ' ''' ' ''' '' ''' -" 4 ', 4- - '1 ". '. :' . ,,, :
7 . ' . .. '. .', .'" ,t, ''. ' .: : .. '' ?"''' .''' 119, 5,3 PONTIAC '" '' I ' .' - ,, ., ' '' ", "..,' : 4 t
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1,';-:'-':.:11';',tcd Fcr Charity rivcs -- ,, ,, ,.. ,,,,, ,.., ,. ,, ,, , . ., ,.
- ' ' '. - .-. 4 door radio' ..1050.00 .1, ;-. .- ,'",'.,,,' :v."' ':. -. .'-' Band Made -' 4'
'..: 1 ' "1, 4
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,, , , t or' eMeEn2Criier0e, ,, .
BMr6it'k(UPCol. ,'..--ystAer'dal; '. I , ,...- ',, , , 1 ,, ,.- Up-to-date IS Bt..' Treasures. -...G --- .. : ,
1957 BORu .,' v ,.. ; 1. . Ideal to -take advantage of ':, OW.' '' 1 '' t
,
4.; ', 2 tone.' FOAL 1' I!' 1 vmir A500 Duty-Pres Allowance. ,-. . .,, ,,,.;.. . ,,,t ..
, Rosenthal wis in' the 'wholesale
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NEW YORE 'April 23--(UP)Johnny.Rodres, a
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NEW YORIC,'April 23---(11P)--JohnnyPodrest
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v-ho was once the hero of 'Brooklyn is already the
taast of Los Angeles with his 4-2 victory last night
over the Chicago Cabs in the first': major league
zught game to be held at the s Angeles Coliseum.
Tlie World Series bero of 1955 dealt -the Chicago White Sox
piLched the Dodgers to their first their third straight loss, 8-2, the
v ctory of the season, April 16, Kansas tity, Athletics out-slugged
14 and last night was the winning the Cleveland -Indians, 9-6, and
' hurler as they downed the Chica- the Baltimore Orioles beat the
go Cubs, 4-2, m the first major Washington Senators,. 4-2.
league arclighter ever played in Aaron, whu hit 44 homersi last
-i, Los Angeles. Podres retired wit, season, banged his second of this
a sore elbovr after 6 1-3 innings year in the fourth inning after
bit gained credit or his second Ron Kline walked Bob Rule ant
straight win. Ed Mathews singled. Bob Buhl,
, in the bargain, he also demon- coming back nicely after his 1957
strated that a good pitcher e. World Series failures, was' tapped
ven a left-handercan overcome for 10 ,hits but gained his second
the hazard of the coliseum's- trick win The Braves, ,who led the Ma.
205foot left field fence, The Cubs Jots in homers last year, have
loaded 'their lineup Vrith six right. -hit 10 to account for 20 of the 25
h-nded hitters but Podres pitched runs they've tallied this season.
on.hit ball for five innings befere Gil McDougald hit a two run
, Ernie Banks bit a 2-run liomer homer'- and Bobby Richardson,
th, sixth. ,, Hank Bauer and Andy Carey ail
Gino Cimon, a native of silo tripled during a seven.run fourth.
Francisco, sent the Dodgers off inning rally that wrapped up the
in front with a two-run homer to Yankees' seventh victory in eight
the first inning and they cadded games.. Tom Sturdivant went, 8
sinelertallies in the second and 1-3 inings and Ryne Duren retir
sixth. Glen Hobble," 950,000 bonus ed the last two batters in 'the
80 the Red Sox lost their
right-hander,- was knocked out' in
an Inning and a third and suffer,. fifth straight game, Ted WilliaM5
ed the defeat- , went 1-for-2 to lift his average
At S101 Francisco, meanwhile, from .167 to .214.
T 1,...lIntio ?troy...tad Charley Maxwell sniackad ''

the St. Louis Cardinals prevented Tammy maxweu IIIMICK110 I
F-n Francisco froa taking over thrscrun homer in the first in
, ning and Billy Martin doubled
first,place in the National League
when they whipped the Giants, In tsm scoring Innings te lead
. 7-5. Del Ennis knocked In three the' Tigers to their, fifth vide viderims,
rims, viderims, two with a homer, and Stan ,ry in eight games. Billy Hoeft,
Musial lashed out three hits' 'to a big Detroit disappointment
' lift his average to .464. LindY Mc last seam, struck out siL.and
Daniel got credit for the,$, w in scattered nine hits in winning
while Johnny Antonelli was' eharg Ihislirst gams sf th. new! can'
ed w41) the defeat' ,,- gaign.L, ,-, c.f
t A three-run homer by Hank As- Surnrising .Kansas City scored
ron enabled the world champion Its third straight victory and 5th
' 'Milwaukee Braves to beat the in seven k games as Bob Cerv
Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-2, in t h e drove, in four runs with two hom homlither
lither homlither National League game. Cin. ers and Billy Hunter hammered
,cionati and Philadelphia werg idle. a three-run round ,- tripper. Ned
In' the American League, the Garver got credit for his second
runaway New York Yankees swept win although kayoed in,,g 1-3 in in.
. in. to ,theit ', sixth,,', straight hvictory flings .while.Bob Leinon, ,atteMe-:
' when they walloped the Boston ing a' comeback for the Cleveland
Red Sox, 12-7, the Detroit Tigers Indians,'was clouted for five htts
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' In ,CinemaScone & Color! Rookie Ralph Lumentt started for
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: AB", SIMON
'Abe Simon, a 260-pound beavy.1
weight of the Joe Louis era,, start started
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pressive string -of knockouts be beginning
ginning beginning in, 1935. In his 14th fight.
he lost his one to Lou Nog& but
scored four more kayos and then
was flattened himself by Buddv
Baer Thereafter, Abe slowly
worked himself un the line' with
a string of victories. includho a
six round knockout of 'Jersey Joe
Walcott in 1940. He turned into a
pretty fair heavpieight but no
match for- Louis.' whe took' bim
out once in 13 rounds and again
in sht-
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NATIONAL LEAGUE ,,,
- L Pct. GB
Chicago 4. 2 .667
Milwaukee 4 2 .667'
Cincinnati 3. 2 .600 1
San Francisco 4 3 .571 1i
Loa Angeles 3 4 .429 111
Philadelphia '', 2 3 2
Pittsburgh 2 4 .333 2Vi
St.. Louis ' 2 4 .333 212
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' Today's Games
Chicago at Lot -Angeles (N)
St.' Louis at San .Francisco
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) 4
, pittsburgh at Philadelphia (NI
Milwaukee 000'300 200.;-5 9 3
Pittsburgh 000 001 100-'4,10 0
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Buhl .(2.0) 'and
Kline (0-2),),Groas and Folks.'
, Night Game
Chicago 000 002 000-2 4 1
Los Angeles 210 001 00x$ 4 0
Gobble, Nichols (2r, Rodriguez
6), Lown (8) and ','Tappe, Nee Neeman
man Neeman (8); Podres, Labine,(7) and
Pignatano'. WP.Podres (20). LP.
Hobble 11). ,Hrs..- (2tici),
Banks 3rd).
' (Night Gams)''
St. Louis 200 001 310-7 12 2
San. Fran. T 000 010 301-5 14 1
L. McDaniel, Jackson (7), Mut Mutfett
fett Mutfett (8) and Ratty Antonelli, Mc
Cormick (7), Worthington (7),
Griptom (9) and Schmidt. Thelma
8, -WP1... McDaniel (1.1), 741)-
Antonelli (0.1).
NEW YORK (UP: R has be betome
tome betome obvious today that the New
York ,Yankees, 'with. an 'awesome.
supply of replaceable parts, are
off on' what could be -one of the
biggest runaways in major league
history. r
- The Yanks" were supposed to
run oft and hide from the rest
of the pack last season. That they
won by "only", eight games was
something ,,rof4 it mystery .in Itself.
But their getaway sit Victories
sevei starts and an almost os ostentatious',
tentatious', ostentatious', display' oft talent makes
itL4evident that barring a horde
of injuries this' it ie ball club ill
a class by itself.
,, To commence with, the Yankee
pitchint'staff la ,loaded.1' For ex example,
ample, example, in seven games it has giY.
en up only mine runs. Don Larsen
and Bob Turley started with four.
hitters while WhiteyFord had a
five-hitter and Johnny Kucks also
has gone thet distance. z
' Bullpen Aid MeeJect.
Tom Strditant, Bobby' Shantz
and Larsen, ,have needed bullpen
aid. But it was there In the per persons
sons persons ,,of' Ryne Duren,', Bob Grim
and even Ford.',When Larsen's
arm tightened up Monday, man,.
ager Casey Stengel didn't, calf on
the still idle Sal Maglie, ArtDitr
mar or Al ,Cicotte. Grim had a
poor spring ,and needed the work
and, when he laced the late in',
ning difficulty, Stengel didn't
mess around but went for the
crusher withyordo
The mai giving' anything
away and. meanwhile be is still
in position to platookhis ball club
with so many replaceable parts
that it's a source of amazement
when be uses the same lineup two
days in a row
Seldom has any elub had the
inter-locking ..components ''',,
makes this slach a versatile team.
Behind the plate be,,,has Yogi
Berra backed by, Elston Howard
and Darren Johnson, who ,would
be .fighting', for ,the first string
berth on some other, clubs.,
,,At first he can use SkoW,
ron, Marv, Tbroneberry,' Harry
Simpson or Howard.
At second, he has Bobby Rich,.
ardson, McDougald or TOtr
Kubek.
At shortstop he can use MeDou MeDou.
. MeDou.
nedi 1,11ould Li!te
Another Shot At
Canada s !term
NEW -4011K' Mr) We Ites
weight Stefan Redl would like an another
other another shot at Canadian Gale Ker
win, lone conquerce, before
',aving for a three-fight 'tour of
Vrmany next month. ,4 e
t The Hungarian-born scrapper,
who mow resides in Passaic,N.J.,
revealed his future fight Plans
Monday fight after, registering I
unanimous 10-round 4Peision over
Charlie Cummings of Philadelphia
in their wittily-televised bout, at
St. Nicholas Arena,
1 Redl suffered a cut over tho
left eye in the third round but
ignored the injury in nunching out
his 19th victory in, 20 pro bouts.
All' three ring officials voted 8,2
for Redi, who weighed 147 pOunds.
Cummings scaled 143 I'

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Kansas City, 5 ,2 ,.714 112
Detroit 5 3 .625 2
Washington. Aoft-
Baltimore 3 3 -.500' '3
Cleveland, Z4 3 5 -375 4

Cnicago Z 5 .286 412
Boston 7 725 6
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, Chicago at Cleveland :
lialtitnore at Boston
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I Detroit at Kansas City (N)
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' '' Yesterdays Results .-
tleveland 000 000. 420-4 10 3
Kansas C.. '-', 031 200 30x-9 11 0
, Lemon (OA), Churn, McLish, To.
manek, Narleski and NiX011.,
, Garver (2-0) ,Daley,,' Gorman
and, Chiti. , ,. '.
Chicago 001 000 100-2 9 '1
Detroit 410,000 21x-8 8 .0
' Wynn (1..1),' Moore, and Lollar.
' Hoeft (1-0), and ,Hegan. .,
Boston, ',, 001201 012 7 12-1
New York 1 003 700 02x--12 13 2
' Sisler 11), Smith, iBaumann,,
Porterfield and White, 1
- Sturdivant 11-1), Durren, and
Berra.', t : '''
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Baltimore .:,, 010 111 000-4 7 .1
Washington 000 010 010--2 7 0
, Harshman (2-0), O'D e 1 and
Triandos. ,, 0, .,,v,- -,- t 1.,
..- Lumtnti (0-1), '' Kemmerer, CIO CIOventer,
venter, CIOventer, Pascual and Korcheck.
geld, ;Jerry Lumpe, Kubek Or
Fritz Brickell.
gig Cast at Third ,
At third ,the 'cast Includes Andy
,Caren' LumPe, McDougald,, Skow Skowron
ron Skowron or, KubelLY 4
Left field performers include
Norm Siebern,: Enos 4.841k-titer,
Howard, Bobby,' Del Greco and
Simpson.- Dell Greco also backs tip
Micke5A,, Mantle 'center and be behind
hind behind Hank Bauer-in right Stengel
can ute',.Simpson 'and even Berra.
When. the 2.5.year.old Lumpe
hurt hii ankle, it, hardly ,made a
dent in Casey's 'well-juggled plans.
Kubek,. is 'out with. a bad ankle
and yet, while McDougald -Is the
best shortstop in baseball, Stengel
can't' wait to use Kubek at that
spot. ,
tThe way the Yankees- jump
around from position to' position
with, the ease of mountain goat
tOw pesture,"it's, contagious
on the Club., ,,,,
Take Mantle, nowt,.11e throwt a
mean knuckler and a fine slider.
I'd like to pitch, bue they won't
let me," 'he' complainsd!Why, I'll
bei I could win, 15 games.' easy."
Probably tould, top, ,The yan yankees
kees yankees are like ,that.,:,
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Pasfrano
n Shane Al'Expense
01 British' Sluggers
IXICESTER,'Eng. (UP)--Willie
Pastrano of New,,Orleans, given
the 'brushoff by 'world heavy..
weight .champion Fl Oyd Patterson,
is keeping in shape at the expense
of !Nome of Britain's best sluggers.
,,rfourth-ranked ,- contender
scored his third victory in a Brit
ish ring, six months Monday
night by, outpointing Joe ty tygraves,,
graves,, tygraves,, former British ''Empire.
heavyweight ohampion, in a 10'
round bout 'before an t ealimated
13,000 font
Patterson, and-or' his 'manager,
Cus D'Amato,, will ,not give Pas
trano a title shot 'because ,Willie
isconsidered a member kof the In International
ternational International Boxing ,Club camp,
which the' Patterhon-D'Amato fac
tion bolted -two years ago.
--,Pastrano. who,' had', previously
whipped Dick itichardson,and (13rL.
an London at Londow.stailed to
floor Bygrivet but 'remained in
command most oft the way with
clever footwork ind tflicking left
jab., -;
Bygraves, a ot
.who',how 'lives in .1...iver .1...iverP001,1,
P001,1, .1...iverP001,1, -shook loose ,Patreno'
mouihniece With a ahlid -,blow to
the face in .the: third rolind4 but
tired bAto.: during the last: half,
'of the fight. -5
Pastrano -received 1C.004 for
the,,battle with. Bygraves,' who
weighed- 205,., 1714' pounds- 'more
than the' Ameti,can:- ,,
BOWLER tiol,,FAIR CONDITION
SYllAtINg' ikt.Y.' Joe
Wilman,:A member of the Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Ball of Fame, 'remained in
'lust bile condition todayr at a
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peting competing in the American Bowling
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; By BUNK' MILLER 1
The battle of champions," Mu Mutual
tual Mutual of Omaha representing" the
Farm -League and Grace Lines
carrying the banner 'fon the ;Mi ;Minor
nor ;Minor League, ended in a come
from behind victory for Mutual of'
Omaha.
The-,two champions- played on
even footing with the superior
hitting of the underdog- Grace
Line nine offset by the more ex experienced
perienced experienced ball handling of Mutual
of Omaha. , ,
Mutual started out 'the scoring
in the first inningron two walks,
a sing'e by Harrington, and an
error- Grace 'Line came back in
the .bottoni 'Oe the first to tie it
up on a- single by De La Pena,
a Walk,' and singles by Bissell
-and L. Stabler. r
The tie was broken by Grace
Lines in the bottom,of the fourth
when they scored two iuns to go

Valdes Maldng
NEW' YORE, 'April 23 (UP) ---I
Rene Valdes,of the Montreal Roy- 1
als, whoSe pitching in s p r 1 ,n g
training. a 'year ago abriost- won,
him a 3ob with the Dodgerr,Was
'lulling id another strong bid to today
day today with three Airaight ,,victorieS.
in the young International Letigue
season.; ,' ', ) .'
t..The lanky, six-foot.three x tight tighthander
hander tighthander from- Cuba. toasted to a
16.2 victory over the ,Columbui
Jets last night.. Valdes,-using his
sidearmed';'curve effectively, spac
ed out 11 hits, including a z Solo
homer b Emil Panko.Alis pre-'
vious victories :came in a route
going ,five.hitter -,- against R I c h hmond
mond hmond last Thursday and 'in, relief
wainst Columblis on Sunday.,
I, The RoyalOiacked 'Valdes' lat latest
est latest effort with. a 11-hit attack on
loser Don Rowe, end' rookie. reliev
ars Don Dotrine,hnd Dave Wick
ershanre Solly Drake'' hit a Ahree
run homer Jand Bob Lennon..had
a two-rim:: homer, t: i '.
toi, The victory boosted Montreal in.
o a first-Olate tie with idle 114-1
hester.'sColumbus fell inte):4
irdplacel tit,,,tvith Havana Anil
lam 3 1-, i I -e. ', 4 4
The onit other game scheduled
last night, Toronto at Richmond,
tvas rained out. -, -,',t;' .,,,' e
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The Antzen open tennis tourni.
linent being held at the National
Plympic Pool, will continue town
row afterndon at 4 with a match
between the team of Hele-and-Hele
In against, Arthur Harper
from ,
It will be the first time It it a i
Veteran Bill Hele is going to play
in a tournament WO his son. For
inany years Hele and Webb Hearn
have been the two best tennis
players of the Isthmus, in both
doubles' and, it single&
' N'ow retired from ',singles' Play,
Hele bas 'chosen. his son, who bat
no experience' in tournaments, to
team,. up with him and partici participate
pate participate in ni this championship in
which theri are playing the top
Players of Panama, Colon and
'Canal' Zone. ,
,
' ',.1 Game for Sunday 1 1
'',' Albert Loney' and Pad Benjamin
irom Colon, will' meet Ramon Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez and Bloy Sanchez at 9 a.m.
Sunday &Nile main court of the
?National Olympic, Pool. t,' 1' ',.
, This matth. corresponds' to 'the.
,,second round. Loney and BnJ a.
min, defeatect the Panama '', team
'of Saavedra and Sierra by 6.0,
1,6-4., and Ramirez-Sanchez.defeated
Iebede-.1-1unns from tolpn: by ,6-2,
6.3 lu Jhe first, round.
k ,the winners of Sunday's match
will classify ior the -:seml-finals of
the tournament,. t i , .,
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. NEW' IrOftlt;'April 23 (UP) --' ,,,' '''' k
Rene Valdes of the Montreal 'Roy- ' '
els, 'whOse..'pitching ,in s p r 1 n g -' .. '',' :.. ,', '1- ',' ,,,'',' I: f-- :'; '-' ,I, ',,- i.
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him a job wlth' the Dodgersvia ...;-' ,s' IL. a -, t 1 uw :, ":
putting id another strong bid to-, .-;;',. ':- :-!,,,'; J '
thisi ige r'''''
day with threesitaight ,,victorieS ...'.',',.., ' .'" .,,, ;,," is el le ti edi -:... ,--: ',,, ,
n- the young International League ,. ,. ;, : 'f.4, '' l''''''' .''',.? ; -.' 't '' '.'': '.::1.7',., ... '4 ...0,.'.' 2 ,'',, 'z.-' 7 :!:-.-;
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1-..The lanky; six400ttliree.;..--- light- -',; ' 71, or, ver'' oc tet 61 I ---,I
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hander 'from- Cuba.- teasted to a '' .,i
l6.2 victory over the Columbus' '''':''''',',', ': '', 't' ,1,-.-- ,,,.'',-,'''., '' ' v.-- c, -' ,.." , ,. 4 '1'''' :
Jets lactnight,,, Valdes,using hi ,,,,'''' .. .: ,,'- "-- .,:s .., ,,. .1',. ,, I ;
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sidearmed';'. curve effectively, spat '.;',-.! ',: '''..'' '.... f',... 1
ed out 11, hitiA.including a 4 Selo '. '. .,' A :
homer b ,Emil Panko.d,,Ilis pre-' ..'.'.',. ' .-', ,.
vious victories :tame ,' in a .t route :', ,,' ... z,...t,,. ': '.-
going ,fi've-hitter-,-against 11, I c II, .-, ,:' ; ,':,-.''i '4., ''' ..' .-.' ',i'' ,' '
pond lat Thursday. and 'in, relief '.- ' ; l''.
solainst Columbns on -Sunday..,...' ., .',t".';. ,r,...; '' '; ..
4 The lloyalebacked Naldes' lat. .,-',:.' ::..' f ,,-
et effort with.,' a 11'-hit attack on :: "'-'''' '''-: ' '
lorsser Donon ow li,n4dn'tookie, teliev; ... "2. -' ' i 4 s !,,, ..,, ,, ',
Ditotri:o: d Dave' Wick s '''
D
ershame, Solly Dilake,' hit a Ahree "'.., ',-1-- ','. ,z ''''- I .."...'-'. ...- ., , "' '
,,, 1,,,,z 4, .i, '', I'. ''. .,L'iut 111,r;arre.,:ec,to lonitioi3O,1.'1:10' Ipl'' :1'1...':., :
run homer tand Bobi' Lennomhad i',,'.".; "' '--' orw. ' -...- '.: I ',... ''''' --: '''
a two-ritn.:.', homer., .- ,.
, The victory boosted Montreal in..' .?,',:..." ',-- ''' '-, ' 10 .
a. first-Plate tip with -idle 114-1 tir.:', !, tit
hester.'sColgmbns fell into) :,-,a ,,,,'....;,: '-- V"'
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The only" ethee genii scheduled - Th ' 1 I '- s--- '
List night, iToronto at, Richmond, ... '', .''', '' ''.i :',';'' '1: ': ''''. '' : '-' ,-, ., ' .. : '''' ''.
as rained out. -, ',''' ' ' ''' "' ' '' --.... ' -.'-: -- ' ,.. ''' '
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Antien open tennis tourni., :
ment being held at the National ; ' :
Plympic Pool, will continue tomor. ',':
row afterndon at 4 with a match
between the team of Heleand-Hele
Ir. against, 'Arthur 'tinct 'Harper .;
from' ' :
It will be the first time :that
eteran Bill liele is going to play
in a tournament irlth his son. For : ()
'Many years Hele and Webb Hearn '
have been the, two -best tennis, Ai" : -
players 'of, 'the Isthmus, in ; both vorooto 2
doubles-arid; it thigle, , , ,
, N'ow retird from ',singles' Play, .1
Hele bas 'chosen. his son, who hat --"5CO"'
no experience' in tournaments,. to ,
team, ,, up with him and partici- : '
pate in ni this '' championship., 170 stronger! ,, ,.
which theri are playing.' the top 1!:,;. ;'
Playersof Panama,: Colon a n d

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, WIMP. ettamoom y
klbert Loney' and Peri Benjamin
m Colon, will' meet Ramon Ra- -,
res and Rloy Sanchez at 9 a.m. :.;;; '
nday at 'lite main court of the ' -
4ional Pool.., .' '.; '
rhis matth., corresponds' fe' ''the '
!ond round.' Loney and B6 it- ': ',,',
n, defeatect the Panama team ';''
, Saavedra and Sierra by 6-0
1, and Ramirez-Sanchez.defeated --
bede'-Hunns'from tolpn- by 6-2
in the firstr.round. :
the winners. of Sunday's match A !' 1
11 classify ior the seml-finals of :
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ahead of Mutual 4-2. Singles by
Bissell and ,Morse ard a lin e e(brie
(brie e(brie double into left center by
L. Austin scored two runs. blu.,
tual, however, camp back strong
as they scored 3 'big runs in the
top of the fifth on a walk, a sin single
gle single sby- Ilarrington, his third of
the game, a single by Fontaine,1
a single by Austin, and a field fieldeel'
eel' fieldeel' choice, to go ahead, to stay

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for Grace 'Lines, a third inning
single by 1 Stabler and for Mu Mutual,
tual, Mutual, a third inning single by liar liarringtod.
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Both pitchers pitched fine
games each striking, -out tea
men, however, Griffith:. walked
five while Fontiiine issued, only
one free pan. Griffith gave up
five runs on only live hits while
Fontaine gave up for runs 9n
seven base hits- ,
The leading hitters were:, : for
Grace, Lines, Bissell 2 for- e' and
L. Acstin 1 for 2, for M u it a I,
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'TEENAGE CHAMPS Fort Clayton Junl or Cavaliers,' champidn's "tif 'the 1958 Armed
Forces Pacific Teenage Baseball League, received ,trophies from Lt. Col. John C. Wilkerson,
Fort vlsyton deputy post commander at .an awards presentation ceremony. The team, cap captained
tained captained by Ruben Rtvera, was coached by MS8t Clair Norman.al.S. Army' Photo)

' r III HARRY GRAYSON 1 .-
l'siEr YORK (NEA) W'l t h
Wally Post traded to the Phillies
for pitching' helpBirdie ,Tebbetts
wasn't quite sure who would play
'right field for the Cincinnati Red Red..
.. Red.. legs -,when they reported a Platit
Field in Tampa.', ---' ':- -,
' ,Alter three weeks 'ot'training;
lebbetts had a good Idea and,,tis
the, season's opening appreached,
the manager was dead certain.
. It would be 19-year-old Vida Pin Pin,
, Pin, ,, .... ,, ,
, The handsome-Negro youngster
out of Oakland, Calif., is the
first player to hop from Class
C(to the majors since Mickey
-Mantle came out of. Joplin. The
first of any calibre,. anyway,-
1"Pinson is good 'for us -now,",
-lois Tebbetts. "And he; will be
. great for the future.- i ,' ', ''''; 1
, "I first got,a line on him -when'
' I 'was looking over prospects in
tile recOrd bek. Ile batted .367
in',135 games in the California,
League with 40 doublet,, 20, tri.
pies and as Many home r u n.s.
He stole 53 bases. ,That was e e-
- e- Dough to bring him to' camp,- es es'
' es' 'peciallyt when I ,found that he
wouldn't hurt you in the outfield
, and could throw. t-
' ''' wanted,to ,be positive that
the book was not an accident. I
, wanted to be- sure that,he wai
',the mature type., I was delighted
when I found that 110 was very
mature for his age.' --,..,
PINSON MUST LEARN TO' jiay
baseball on the major league ler.
el and Tebbetts is- his teaher.
- "He-will make a lot of m i 3-1
takes," ,admits the old catcher,1
, "but is so fast that he'll run a.
way from most of them, such Rs
midjudging a fly bat .1S1 am con con,
, con, 'vinced that he will not be bother
'ed too mucli by the jump- t
' "Ile patters around pretty good.
He runs as'though he ,, were un
water. His feet "lever seem to hit
--the ground,t would-Amy that,--ite
goes to tirst base as ast as Man Man,
, Man, tie. -, a
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best young player since Mantle,
you say? Why not the best young
player since Frank Robinson?,
tle's no' slouch." r
The Reds ought to take a per.
Manent lease on McClymonds
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, NEW ORLEANS COP),. College
officials were served' notice teday
bY the NCAA, that summer jobs
offered prospeetite athletes will
,be closely watched in the future.
NCAA Executive 'Director Wai.
ter Byers predicted -the NCAA
scrutiny of jobs in the wake of
the announcement of probations
.against 'Auburn, Seattle Univer
sity and Southern Methodist
,University. f 4
The SMU Involved a
at',10 a Month, job as an oil', scotg
for' Glynn Gregory,' highly regard
ed Abilene, Tex., high school foo.
ball player, which ,the ,NCAA saia
was a i'talior made" job and not
legitimate vas far as the NCAA
wet, concerned.
The penalty against Auburn-was
the third-most stringent the NCAA
ever imposed., The penalty, placJ
ing Auburn on 'probation until
Sentember, 1961.,'was imposed for
finaneino" and, came 11.
days before a 'two-year' probation
suainst Auburn, was slated to be
The NCAA ,accused two Auburn
coaches of reportedly offering
$1.4100 efo lijafbaek, twins Parry
and Robert 'Beaube, to enroll at
Auburn. The-- two are rbw en
rolled at Tulsa, Okla., University.
Aliburn will blnned from
bowl--game,,NCAAsporting
evnnis of ell kiln'. 1,ciiidincg Inn,
ball, baskeball and track,' an 1
may not make commitments lot

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there.
Both were signed by 'Bobby
Mattick; who had five bright pros2
pects under 20 in the' Rhineland
evilly this spring. Mattick, former 11
Cub nine der,. is now the highest :
paid scout in bliseball.
PINSON CRASHES THE REDS
front line after one complete sea.
son in organized ball.' A graceful
kid, he Can play first base which whichhe
he whichhe did battmg .278 in 75 'tames
for Wassau, Wis., of the C North.
ern League in 1956.4
Pinson, left-handed all the will,
does not look the 5 feet 11 he
stands or 'the 165 ,p ounds he
weighs. But he has : s'urpriying
power and a beiutiful s t elf k
somewhat remindful of, Charley
Gehringer, the Detrult,,,atY4st
25 years ago. ,
Pinsoit,stuek but like a light
house in a fog playing with a
' team sponsored by an Alameda
butcher shop and against higher.
rated pro'essionals in a California
Winter Leggueol He was, paid $12
game.
Veda Pinson didn't' est Abe
Reds what they were going tO pay
him., either. , 'y

such events after 1961 I without
consulting the council.
Seattle's basketball team may
not compete An NCAA tourna.
menteuntil after Septmber? 1960,
The regular season TellialttS' SS
- The NCAA rijied that the coachl
of the 1958 NCAA runner-up team
offered monthly cash subsidies of
$90 and $200 respectively to twp
Negro basketball players, in iddi iddition
tion iddition to promising the two free
, transportation to their homes dur during
ing during their stay hi Seattle.
MOSCOW' (UP y, Twenty.four
'American basketball players ar arrived
rived arrived Monday. night for a six sixgame
game sixgame exhibition tour of Russia
s' Art players., 811'
chosen after the recent AAU .our.,
include 1Z' men and 12
women.

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JOE WILLIAIIS

The Yalikee Stadium opened its
arms to the baseball orphans 'of,
Our TOWn but either the bereaved i
werp still too emotional y stnckenl
or else they just weren't interest-I
ed.
In either case, the skimpy. open
ing day attendance of 23,465 paid 1
in lovely spring weather with the,
unbeaten Orioles in the rival dug-I
out could not have included any anyconsiderable
considerable anyconsiderable number IL' forsaken
Giant and Dodgers fans.
Later it may be different, As
the only .wheeel in town, the!
Yankees must. get them it they
are to be had. This poses an en-i
a.) ,,ng kues too: is tner.:, any sue.'
thing as a devout league partisan
...a National Leaguer who would wouldn't
n't wouldn't be found dead In an American
League park and vice Versa?
In ..other times when baseball
was relatively young, it is quite
possible team loyalty extended to
the league itsel We seriously clues'
tion that, such inflexible fidelities i
exist, today... that a fan weuld
forego a ball game simply because
one lealtue ca Is itself the Nation,
al and the other the American,
wnen, in point ,of fact, the two
are virtually the same& ,
Actually,' in a sense, we are for fortunate:
tunate: fortunate: It is not as i: we had been
left with a cheap operation, a
tawdry product. For years nONV the
Yankees have tur the big store
and even now, with the field to
themselves, there is no'indicatiOn1
they intend to exploit-the situa situation.
tion. situation. ,
The huge park, gleaming in the
fresh paint,- with its endless rows
of spotless seats, the infield and
outfield shimmering 71n revel)?
green, lever looked more captivating.-
And, of course, the Yank.
ees wofi, with Casey Stengel gun.
fling for his ninth championship
in his lOth seasOn The orphans
don't know what they missed.
,t, As dead as Nevi
- It was Ai tie ball game; going
'into the sixth when Moose Skow Skowrein's
rein's Skowrein's double restored matters to
normalcy. Whitey Ford12 pitched
shut out ball after the first inning,
a significant item suggesting lull
recovery of the ailing soupbone
whieh restrained him to 11-5 per.
formance last season, his least
productive as a big leagcer.
With f. sound,' arm Ford taking

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his turn,-it's hard to see bow the
Yankees can miss.No other club
could hare lost their bluechips
pitcher for so .ong a perm' id
s-won. This is the sec de of
thd Yankees, success: -there
s u a Ily some ,one else available to
take pp the slack... and if there
isn't, the front o fice finds one.
Beiore the ganie we sat in the
Baltimore do,,out and talked with
Paul Richard; about his prospects :
...."If this club is to make any
appreciable advance, three or lour
e, our youngs,ers must cdie
through." Here is a manager hop hoping
ing hoping to draw a good hand in a
tablestakes game as opposed to
a Stengel who can stand pat or
discard with a reasonable certain.
ly he'll get cards just as good if
not better.
Richards Is a top-notch manager
as well as an excellent judge of
talent but his position is that of
a small, enterprising retailer buck.
,ing an old established wholesale
,house,'. and his sense of realism
must tell him the odds are heavy
against him.
Under Richards the Orioles have
improved each season as has been
the history of all his teams. A Against
gainst Against static competition gradual
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There's a churchly sameness about-
opening day rituals 'at the
Stadium. Seldom is there the
slightest-deviation in the tradition.
al services.. A band tootles. Lucy
Monroe makes with the national
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communicants to receive Worid
Series emblems.
Will Harridge, the league pre.
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and is scarcely 'seen or heard of
again until the following April.
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Miss Monroe. Is this the sum tot tot's'
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"Casey this is' the last time:
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,',' for pitching' help,'Birdie jebbetts He's,:no-slouch.",: r '. ':' pects' under 20 in the' Rhineland ,.. .... c .: ,, : ,:
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.c( to the majors since M i c k e Y NEW ORLEANS rOP,--. College weighs.; But .hp': 'has .',s'orprifing ' r -.
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ti' fficialis Were served' notice. teday power and-a heiutiluI 1 t rik 0 ,-----. --
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L';'n1v,"''. offered'. prospeCtite athletes' will
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- THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apartments
, at Santa Clara Beach. Te 'Nihon
Smith. Balboa 3681.
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- SHRAPNEL'S furnished hem's.,
on beach. Phone Thompson.
Balboa 1772. : '
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa
nama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673;
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach Hoak One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
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,.Crossroads Boys' State will hold
its annual "Governor's Ball" Sa Saturday
turday Saturday at the American Legion
Club, Fort Amador.
' An outstanding orchestra from
Panama City has been hired
play after the awardi ceremony.
' In brder to complete the Boys
State course, tbe acting Governor
of,Boys State, Pat Tate has c'alled
special session of the legislative
lmard .to mresent and rule on alt
I bills propbsed during 1958 Boys
t State. to start at 9 cm. in the
' American Leginit Post Home Sa Sabulay,
bulay, Sabulay, The session ,will continue
through 2 p.tn. at which time the
bovs will -prepare for the &Wards
, ceremony and the dance.
Gen.t Thnmas H. Harrold
I will be present for the ceremony.
114 All Parents anUltiends of Bov
4Staters their friends, as well as
i II parents ot Girl Staters and
' their friends are invited. Boy
Stnters are requested to be pres present
ent present ion time for the opening cere cere'
' cere' armies.
Phil Hauelon, educational ad.
viqnr end Wayne Poland., erlura
, time director hive planned the
. Prottratn end Will be on hand ti
, assist in the overall'presentation,

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Puickle ,To Krmini,
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Vice Pierilr Vikni
LJUBLJANA, Yugoslavia, April
, Yugoslavia today cri criticized,
ticized, criticized, the Soviet Union for inter inter'
' inter' fering in Yugoslav internal affairs
and said it would never take ord.
, ers from the Kremlin.
, Yugoslav vice-Premier Alek Aleksander
sander Aleksander Rankovic ignored recent
Soviet attacks on Yugoslav policy
And said his rountry will alwayr
maintain Rs independence,
Speaking on' the second day of
Yugoalavia's seventh Communist
party congress here Rankovic
supported President '111ito's 'pledge
' yesterday that Yugoslavia would
' not give way to Moscow pressure.
Regardless of, the fact that there
are different- points of view of
certain problems of socialism our
people naturally wonder what kind
of policy is being purrued by the
U.S.S.R. whose main Itask is not
concern for its own people, but
Interference hi the internal affair
of YUgoslavia," Rankovic said,
"Socialist Yugoslavia was created
In the struggle led and organized
by ,Yugoslav Communists," hi
said,-,and ,neithez the people of
, Yugosivaia pr Yugoslav Commun..
Ists ever sell out to fascism or,
recoAcile themselves to it."
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Tickets for the concert
of the PHILARMONIC
SYMPHONIC' ORCHES ORCHESTRA
TRA ORCHESTRA OP NEW YORK on
Athe 29th of pril are
'IOW on sale at Morri Morrison's
son's Morrison's and Maduro
' Jr.; S. A.

CALL
'3 7489
0Radio and TV
repairs.:
o Hi-Fi anatom anatomm'unications
m'unications anatomm'unications o Guaranteed
labor ,
o Rapid Service'
TPC-EICO, S. A.
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''Apartthsents
FOR RENT Madan furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. apartment with tws boa..
rooms, livingroom. dining room,4
kitchen, garais and six closets.,'
46th Stmet No. 2-62. For,intor-t
.mation call 3-1423.
FOR RENT Furnished apart.
silent. one bedroom (private on on-
- on- trance) Via Porras No. 114.
poR RENT Modem spacious
two bedroom, furnished apart.
ment, including bouseware. Not'.
wator WO; Ave. Pen' 37-20.
FOR RENT ---, Modern apart apartmints
mints apartmints living-dinine nom, two
bedrooms, maid's room, hot we.
, ter, garage, Alberto Navarro St
, No. El Camp. Tel. 3-
2177.
Completely furnished, air con conditioned
ditioned conditioned apartment, Hi-Fi Set,
desirable residential section. 3 4
b d rooms, $250.00 for ,'
months only.' Call 3-4840.
FOR RENT -; Furnished a apartment,
partment, apartment, hve bedroom, living livingdining
dining livingdining mem, independent sem
ke, San Francisce,, 86th Street
No. 6, near to Tigre Reese.
welt,
,
r FOR RENT --, As of May )5th,
,De luxe two bedroom apartment,
2 baths lone with tub and
shower). biros sittina and dind
into room. kitchen. Maldroom
, and bath. adjoining separate
laundry section, Lovely garden
: and putting green. At No. 374
"IF" Street, El, Cangre1o. Phone:
3-0319 during office hours.
IMEINIM..MINOOMEMMOMP
FOR RENT Furnished 'apart 'apartment,
ment, 'apartment, two bedrooms,
ing room, independent service,'
San Francisco, 86th Street No. ,-
6, near to Teetro Roosevelt.'
FOR RENT Tem bedroom a apartment,'
partment,' apartment,' just painted. St. Isa.
bet St.' linol 8Va St. No': 9079
Colon, or call Balboa 2-1317.
FOR RENT ,- bedroom
chalet completely fumisred with
moderti conveniences, suds as
air conditioning, television, elec electric
tric electric range, hot water, Mg.
cated in Patting, Avenida
, light in ,front of Fume g Luz
playing ground, For interview
, dell Telephone 3.1407 from
15:00 ton. to 3;00 g.m
fOR PENT Military inspoct.,
apartment, $60.00, inontblY,
'good location; furniture 4, goes
' with ,Apt Reasonable prici,
Roch Apt,, 14' eleyten
6266; :
FOR RENT Modern nPart nPart,
, nPart, went, 3 bedrporns. ; baths, lie-.
kg, dining teem, balcony., Cow
- go Alegre. Beautiful see view.
3-7191. Noun 6 pm, to,
FOR RENT Modern one bed.,
room 4partment with completo
built-in kitchenette,' Campo Ale Ale,
, Ale, gre. Tel. 3,7192. hours 6 Pm.
FOR RENT'. One and two bed.,
room apartments,,' in siwirlrulit
, All apartments' top
floor, welLventilated, furnished
or unturnished;.; All new,: Via
Fernando de Cordova No. 15,
opposite 'Centre Comorcial."
Tot. 2-2883 and' 3-4734
I
Rooms
FOR RENT -- Beautifully fur.;
nished housekeeping room, deu deuMe
Me deuMe couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove.
bath, and entrance independent.
No. 3, 52nd Street., Phone 3
0638.
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance 'that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
- resent ear through
Agency
' DICK DEHLINGEIU
'representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.,.
Ns. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW.
Panama City.
Plume 3-4984-34935
MI
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TH2
' Can OTI
!1E91 CAMINAS
Model V
With F L2 Lens
at
Lolisei
Panora 11411. York Colt
, Hotel: HOLLAND' HOUSE
, 8 mins. from the heart of
San Jos, Costa Rica
,
Com Plate!, modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, ail with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
$8 and SS daily,'
:,' Filth -;
46-CosMopolltalf lcitchetrip."""."
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For reservations P. O
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Manager: Bill and ilenor Jaspers
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Automobiles'
''FOR SALE 1957 FOrd retrac.
table Hard top. Financed. 3-
'3151 atter 4 p.m.
;.m1..00,
FOR SALE --t,1956 English'
Fore Zephyr Convertible, Auto Automatic
matic Automatic toe, blue. Balboa 2718.
FOR SALE --- 1956 Foril Coun-'
try Sedan Fordomatic. Radio,
Powersteering. many extras, 9
y.r passenger, 11,000 miles. $1 800
Balboa 2718. '
FOR SALE OPPORTUNITYA
.SAVE MORE THAN $1,000..
00 U T 0 MOBILES like
' NEWAUTOS EISENMAN OF OF,
, OF, !PERS FOR SALE.-
2--1957 Buick Hardtop Pow Powlar
lar Powlar Steering and Brakes, Radio., 2
TOnes WS Wall tires, 20 miles
per gallon, $2,000.00 less cost.
,3-1958 Chevrolet Bel Air V-,
8 4DR PoWerglide, WSW
tires, Rade, To-Tone, Ifentilaa
',4-1957 HillMan 4DR, W5
W tires, I Tone, Leather up upholster',
holster', upholster', 40 miles per gallon.
5-4956 Ford-Custom, Radio,
''Fordomatic, White tires. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent mechanical Condition.:
15--1955 Pomiac-Coups, Ra Radio,
dio, Radio, New Upholstery. Tu-,Tone
paint. Excellent mechanical con.
dition,
7-1954 Chevrolet-Bel Aii
HArdtep, 6 cylinder, New White
nylon tires, leather upholstery,
,magnificent mechanical condi condi.
. condi. '8-1955 Oldsmobile-super 11
Hardtop,radie new nylon. up
holstery, WS:Wall tires. origi.
nal paint, bogs. 'parable mechassl-,
cal conditiok,-,
9.1954 Cadillac-Sedan, 4
' doors, radio, power steering. now,
tires. excellent mechanical con.
ditioss.
AUTOS EISENMAN. Tell:
4966, 2-2616, next Coca-Cola,r,
Baffling Co,'
FOR SAlt 1955 Dodge
'..nSierra" 4 tioot Station Wagon.
emerald groan, e,tellont
lion. Ono. owner, Phone Balboa
171L: )
FOR SALE -- 1957 Ford Tan.
, nut duty paid 1495.00. See at
Household' Exchange,. National
; Avo. No. 41 Auto Row.
FOR SALE 19SS Merril MI.
, nor, two door, excellent condi&
tion,, Very reasonablo. Phone
Panams3-68511 alter 1:00
FOR SALE 1953 Plymouth
',' station wagon; excellent'
Ft. Amador 2121 or 5135.
t FOR SALE .- 19S1 Ford Com Com,
, Com, try sedan station wapon 6 pet.'
senior. 7,000 miles, laack and
Jwhita,"
Aind undercasted, price 2200.00..
Phone 113418$ or 82-2195.
FOR SALE ',-- 1954 Chevrolet
, Station WItgon, 4-rloor 210 le,
, ries. standard shift. radio,
000 miles, asking 81125. 8163.
A. Margarita. Phone 3-2883, G.
11. Hardison
FOR SALE Mercedes Sempq
black-hardtop 3 passenger sports
model 190-SK.1957. Excellent
conaltioto, duty paid. Tel. Pans.
nrd 3-3181.: )1,
'
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet 4
dr. hardtop; Sport sedan. W
NV, powerglide; deluxe.
radio, two tone blue, inside and
',with lifetime pack, double ex.
!baud', 4 barrel carburetor, 15,w :
.000, miles, a new car. Must sell
this, blue, book' price, can be
seen at 224511 Carr St. Balboa
after 4 p.m.. Phone 2-2137. ,,
L TOURS FEET BURT?
trained Chiropodist wIU relieve
any toot trouble, torus, eallons
es, Ingrown toe nails. foal man.
SeTVICe3:"SCHOLVS"
Products
J. Arosemena Avw 8343,
Tel. 3-2211 ,
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'35 mm Camera,
f. 1,9 lens 69.50
more for your ,I)ollar.
nternational., jewelry
, 155 Central Are. ,,
LIFE ,INSURANCE
, .,-cal
JIM RIDGE
General Agent -
' Gibraltar' Life Ins. CO..
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
1;MMi)1;1 MIgn;
SAN, BIAS
sAprIl 2t
Fidanque Travei service
Tel. 2-1861

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111, Boats ft Motors:1

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FOR SALE IS' beat with
traliar, 2 motors and contralma
$300.00. Ca0 3-2420.
Barina 'Parrakeet'.
Gets.tionor tra
FromiSilfool'Orss,
The Parrakeet, Balboa H g b
School -newspaper. has receivel
first class honor rating from the
National Scholastic Press Associa Association.
tion. Association. -
This rating is for the first sem semester
ester semester of the current school year.
For the same period 1ast year
the' paper was awarded second
class rating. ,
The Parrakeet Is published by
the journalism class of the high
achool under the ditection of Les Lester
ter Lester D. Hummel. Raul Barbara is
the editor- He is assisted-'t by
Paul G.- Bennett.
Other members of the 'stiff f
are:, Mary Smith, Marilyn Ward,
Roger Toledano, t Bernice Bets BetsMykland,
Mykland, BetsMykland, Olivia Winstead,' Mimi
Pierce, Jeanette, Eglinton, Monte
Mooney, Virginia Quiros, Judy Bet
tinger, Nancy Therrell, o e
Trower,, Tennie Scurlock, Terry
Corrigan, Frank Townsend, and
Frances PRige
Jacques E. ,Cook, superv, ises the
business staff. David Eisenmann
is the student business manager.
' Members of his staff' are:, Ito Itoland
land Itoland Eisen, Eve Eisenmann, Jeff-rey
Kline.- Alejandro PeresSene PeresSenero.
ro. PeresSenero. Roy CWilsons and Vena B
nett, ,1
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monds. diamonds. East WM) with the king
and returned the ten- spot. He hop!
ed to force) dummy to ruff butl
South jumped ttp with the queen
and was able to discard from 'du
Unfortnnately for South be chose
the wrong discard. He got rid of,
the deuce of spades. I
Let's see what happened to,
South from then on. He led a
trump and went up with dummy's
queen. East took the king -fend
now forced dumm7 to ruff another
diamond lead.' South took his ace
of trumps and played three rounds
of clubs, trumping the third lead.
1 His next play was the Queen of
spades which heldithe ,trick, He
had to playrdummy's ace on the
next space lead, and 'East trum trumed.
ed. trumed. Now East led a fourth dia.
mond and South could trump in'
tither hand but he had to lose
another trick. If he trumped in
bis own hand one of dummy's( two
clubs would be a ; loser,: and- if
he trumped in dummy he would
have to lose one of his two spades.
If South-had foreseen the whole
play he,would have let a club go
from dummy at trick .two. Then
when be got around to playing the
mide suit he would not have had
to play dummv's ace until the
third lead., If East trumped the
, second spade lead bei, would be
' trumping a little one (not the ace)
and if he waited for the ace de de,
, de, clarer would make. his 10 tricks
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North 1;-,. East South ,I West
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What do you do? ;
' ABid Om Maris. Yon must
intito a glum now but aro not
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'stead'or bidding two hearts your
partner has passed and East has
bid two diamonds,' What do'you
do now? ,
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FOR SALE Radio-phonoiraph
3-speed, 21" RCA TV, Vaccum
Cleaner; sofa; two twin mat mattresses
tresses mattresses one double; electric
clothes dryer; portable type.
orriters. Everything good condi condiCoo.
Coo. condiCoo. Panama 2-2042 or 3-
5695. A
"Sealed bids will be accepted by
the Navy Exchange Officer, Na-
val Station, Rodman, Canal Zone
for the sale of 4 svehicies, The
vehicles, may be inspected at tho
Rodman Public Works',Motor,
Pool, budding Phi'. 614 between
the hours 01,9:00 a.m. through
' 3:00 p.m. daily Mondays
through Fridays. Bids will be
' opened '10:00 cm. On 13 Mal
1958. Bid forms may tio ob obtained
tained obtained at the Navy Exchangs
Office,, building No. 24, Rod-
man,' :Canal Ione. For further' ,,'
information please' cad, Navy.
3389 or 3491", ."' 2
FOR, SALS Small keno. tail
, gentle ideal for childran,- Sad&
, and bit included. Cali Panama
, 24'891 or 2-11195.,. 'y
FOR SALE 1,52 4-sloor Mud- :
son Hornet, fart condition 300...
00; 1951 door Buick' Super,
'very clean,. lOW mileage, 500.00,
' blonds RCA tab's, model
50.00, Divair aqua ; lunt and
" tank, 50.00, 4' cylintior trey :
marina angina, S5 HP, 60,00,,'
Call Albrook 7241, (Ora
,
1 FOR SALE Eamingtun model
I stventian typewriter 15' inch
curial lust,raconitionad 5100.
.Phont Albreek 11015
Now at the Auto t Oahe Drive
SOth St. and Transisth Transisth'11nian
'11nian Transisth'11nian dercious FROZIER frozen
r 1
Custard Ice Cream. ,,
FOR SAI.1 ..4,Children's play
gym set enCill Metal IS foot
slide. Slide' ideal for thildron's
'school.. Both in excellent condi-
Con. Phone 3-6851 after 6 pan.,
EPII?EMIC RAGING
KARACHI (UPIMore', thin
10,000 persons have died in a rag raging,
ing, raging, smallporePidemic in -East
'Pahlavi since Jan. 1, thePaki
stan" Red' Cross', said yesterday.
Red 'Cross general secretary Sat'
dar'' Ali 'Khan' skid thousands
more have lmen'stricken and the
epidemic,is still out of control.
i
We have
large Itock
of Stereo Toper
Excellent Prices
,TROPILCO; S.
45 St.-and Via Espafla
' .T(11. -1285
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y ', CENT.ERS
' TON,IGHT.
I' BALBOA ,.:,?,, ": SAS' Ils 11:1I
''gy-rone Power ': Mai Zetterling
,,: : -!' HABANDIIN SHIP" .'. ;
-' (Alio Showing trin,treday)
CRISTOBAL I:(10
Glenn ,II:ortt Nan' Be Sin
os:11 Yuma" Ciseope ,St Color
Also Showing Thursday)
DIABLO' HT" 1:11g
Rotert 'Vaughn
Roger Smith
"NO TIME ,,ro BR
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GAMBOA :, 1:41
'' Don Taylor
' Sept Forrest
:"RIDETHE HIGH
:1R01117
MARGARITA A:111, 1,:tS
Georg Montgomery
Geraldim' Brooks
"STREET et RUINERS"
W.. :
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, I:15 tilt 1:55 11:15 At 'S:45
I !- THELVE ANGRY
Aldo Ray MEM" and
Anne Baneroh "FORT
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"NIGHTFAil" 7 :45 'only
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rCAMP NERD , 6:15 It 7:55
Marl Blanchard Albert Dekker
' "SHE DEVIL" (Regalacopel

'Home Artiles

FOR SALE r Gas atevo, neatt
, moo size, $25.00 Good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-3225.
FOR SALE A-- Small beds $4.00;-
sewing machine $30.00, type.
writer $2(1.00. ,,, Williamson
'Place. Santos 077S, Apt, F.
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FOR SALE Red Ittin And
Mahogany room tot.
MO. Call Ctitundo 4135.
FOR SALE New unused 'Easy
automatic combination washer
,dryer $355.00., Cali Panama 3-
6291 between' 4 and 6 p.m. I
FOR SALE -in Furniture' ut of
bamboo. twochairs. settee and
chow bench. Alm bedroom fur.
niched. 4114 T.V. Antenna. ,Tel ,Telophone
ophone ,Telophone Panama 34629.
I FOR SALT.... Levelly' Wrought
, Iron Dinigg Room Sets Reduced
hem $195.00 to $15000 Rat-
,ian Living Room Sots $150.00.
; Mahogany Living Room Seto $98..,
00, Double Beds complete $4400.
Mahogany' Dining Room Sets
$45.00. ;Modern Vanities $65.. --
00, Metal Bed' $6.95. Bunk Bunkbeds
beds Bunkbeds $44.00, Folding i Beds
$35.00,, China Closet $19.00.
Basket Chaim $12.50, .1tudio,
, couch, modern :$611.00.,,: Easy .3
Tentts Chris Plan, Chico de Oro
Stamps,e, Almacen FM Mouse-.
,, hold Exchange). National Ave.
" No. 41, Tel., 3.4911, 3-7348.
,
- FOR 'SALE S.... GA. Autninstic
Washing Machine. 312, gem
...old. Phone 828-3760. ;
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WO I I .:,.:, Wi;46 4 Il
4 ... C 1 C.i iii. ..li 7:, tl
soi!!'!:4(ii.'.,0i6
an
Wally Wood 'ancl his seven-piece
beau piay tor a "Spot blurt"
dance Saturday night at thi For
Clayton NCO Club. ,,-,
, Three big prizes will be raffled
amongthose who 'attend.
' The WOod orchestra, which iea.
tures sweet and hot MilSiei
leature Lenny Thomas. as vocar I
ist : ;;.
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LEAVES GRENADES BEHIND
-,ROME ItIP) --PO lice yesterday
looked for an absent-minded ter terrorist
rorist terrorist who, left a- wooden box
above his seat on the train from
Lecce and Naples Sunday, It ct50 ct50tallied
tallied ct50tallied 30 hand grenades in Work.
ing condition,

Due to, early irivelitory ourParts and Servicq,
partments,will be c osed from Moi iday, 'April 271

riday, M
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10 OUR ADVERTISER

- With a view toward improving service anct correcting
irregularities that occur' involuntarily from time to time,;"
TIIE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special:

gleasie 're

Miscellancous I

ALCOMOCICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CM'
Take a jungle lim Jaunt to San t
Slas Islands Sunday, April 27th
and every Sunday thereafter. for
further information Phone Ain.
els Jim Jaunts, Pan' 3-1660 El
s Panama Hilton.' or Cristobal
2116 Hotel Washington, Colon.
No walking long distances, ask
about our Gatun Lako excursion.
Plans For
Anriva ace ion :.
I f'.
Bible-School Realk
' Tire First Baptist Church of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights las completed plans
for. its annual -Vacation Bibl.t
sehool ,form ,June .9 Ahrough the
The school will maintain a 2-and-1
a-hall hour Bible course' 'esc0.
morning from 9 to 11:30 for all
boys' and girls of,,the Community
ages to 15.
The school will le under the
supervision of the assistant pastor
and education director,' the Rev.
Elton Vickers, with Mils. Barba
re Edenton hnd Mrs. Leah Nitz
as supervintendents.
The general theme of the school
is "Exploring God's Wonders" 1
Thi general secretary will be Mrs.!
MarY '-Barfield.' The Intermediate!
departnlent will be under the-4
motion, ofiArs. Caine Erickson.:
the'Junior.'dpartment under 'tile
direetion of Mrs. ..EthA l
Oriroary rimder, the, :direction ,Of
Mrs. V?rginitt Whaler; nrimary I
tinder the directin-of Mrs.
Joice Blume;: beinner T' under
the, direction of Mrs. I Dorothy
Chaomanbeoinner II under-the
direction of Mrs, Mary ,Frances
Darden: and the hursery devart devartment
ment devartment will be wider, the direction
of Mrs. Jewell'. Martin,. Itefreqh Itefreqhments
ments Itefreqhments will be ,served to the de-,
nartrnents each dav,,and Mrs., Ma Mary
ry Mary Grimes is the chairnian of The
refreshment eomtnittes..,
,. A crib ioont for babies and
toddlers will ,,be provided for the.
woriters only Mrs. Sue
Warner, Ivig be' in charge. : 1
, ilitiOranspOrtation is planned fo'r
all ,communitits ,at reduced fare...
C2AnD

!, We siow' have a loot souol or famous Garrard
, Hf4I Recordehaugers, RCI8 41; RCII
' Special C.Z. Prices! a
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SERVICES
3-minote cat wash $1, strsem
cleaning of motor $5, waling of
care S6. Auto-Baho Trans-lob.'
inian Highway near Sears.
TELEVISION S:7:NICE --- Free
Transportation. April Special.
. Same day Service. Crawford
'cosies Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
18-10. 2-1905.
,
Protect your home and proper- i
1
ty against insect ti amag su
Prompt scientific treatment -en
,emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service g'
Panama,1-7977 or Colon 17771
TY. SET OWNERS. Avail your yourVELIV.ISbleOstN.feofrfolfs6uffacTtoYrr
VELIV.ISbleOstN.feofrfolfs6uffacTtoYrr yourVELIV.ISbleOstN.feofrfolfs6uffacTtoYrr trained technician plus no Pick Pickup
up Pickup 'and delivery charges. Phone
Pattlinill 3,7607.
TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability,
,hontety, and customer utisfac utisfacNon.
Non. utisfacNon. NO SERVICE CHARGE this
.month 'only., FREI ESTIMATE
bosom 'repairs. Ask for, MISTER
TV. Phone Panansa 24142.;
,
1952 Matchless 150 c.c. food
tires, inter in good condition.
Phone 3-3491, 't
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cult difficult to justify. , ,
Eisenhower also took advantage of a press conference question to urge 'again
that tho,Congrest revise, the 'atomic energy law :to'' make it Possible to give'More
foration to allies of the 0.S., particularly Great ',Britain and France.
, Eisenhower't comment on a Surnmitc onference came When he was questioned a--
bout Soviet' charges, rejected by the Security Ahat, U.S.' military plane
flights toward the North Pole endangered world pea'Ce.
The President was asked specifically to comment on Soviet delegate Arkidy Sob Sob'
' Sob' olove's assertion that if the Security Council had adopted ther, Soviet, resolution, it
'.would create a "mOre' productive" atmosph ere for a Summit tonferenCe.

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ADD KREMLIN SUMMIT Enelda That Is the ,essential of- the I IEitenhower,
Eitenhower, IEitenhower, speaking first el' dee, he said, -which 'bad been ex ex,
, ex, the po
lar flights, said there had ploited by Soviet ,foreign minister
been a lot of overstatement in this Andrei Gromyko. ,
The president said that whatev whatevmatter.
matter. whatevmatter.
L. Ho declared tbat it came down er the Soviet Union was trying now
' te the simple fact itat if the U. to do with respect to a i Summit
' nited States is going to exist in conference was puzzling to him.
this day of possible surprise at- He said that he bad conferred with
' tack it must make certain that various advisors and associates as
big and expensive aircraft are to recent Kremlin actions and he
Able to get quickly eff airfields just did not see that there was a a.,
., a., which might be the target of en- 17 good guess as to what the Rut
my attack. .. mans were trying to do.
Asked to comment on a sugges sugges,
, sugges, ',. tion from Europe 'that he and
' local Contratiors ',' Khruslichev meet alone at t b e
, Summit, Eisenhower said that if
. , the Kremlin made such a sugges
Alyirde'd S56,228 tion he would interpret it as an ef effort
fort effort to divide and weaken the West
On Army,Structures Eisenhower pointed out that
, whereas the Soviet Union can
,
-, .,, , , , speak with templets, .authority
' The Engineer, U.S. Army Car- for all of its satellites and ease easeibbean,
ibbean, easeibbean, has announced the award elates, the United States cannot
of contracti totaling $46,228 to loc- do se because it always consid.'
al contractors during the month
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Tropical Paint Company wa 'a- Werp special Soviet-American prob prob'
' prob' warded 2 contracts in the amotmt lems tci be settled which, did mot
' of $20,870 for accomplishing re. concern other eountries,",, t li e s e
pairs to and painting of the base- could be negotiated between the
) ball lighting system at Jarman two countries and might even go
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tive painting of structural steel and 1, i '
ruckdriver Who -.-',
, other metals in eight buildings at
' Fort Gulick. ' '
Isthmian Constructors, Inc., al- c '
used 5 Dea
, so were awarded two contracts to. 2 lbs. -, ,'
, titling $6537, for-construction of a 14
fork lift concrete tamp at Fort 15 ,f,.i
Gulidt and a lumber storage yard
, ets 3usuendd Rao
at Corozal.
A contract In the amount of $5,. tence watciYmeptiors,ed, suesspteenrddead Ben.
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Panamanian ConstruePanamanian truck Ydriver Ywrosile
, tion Company for improvements to
carelessness on the road 'eauek
, the USARCARIR Pictorial. Center
building at Corozal. .-
, t the death of five people from Ca
, H. I. HOMA Company is' toln- bli
, stall tile in various sections of 6:, The; defendant,' Alfred' o Marin
Merritt Batteryt Flamenco Island, wals ound guilty yesterday of in
for $2598 and Dillon and Hickman
Construction Company, Inc4 is to Yo untary manslaughter after i
dcay-long trial held in US, Distric
rehabilitate building Nr 22, at Cot
. rozal, for $10 383 ourt at Ancon.'
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This weather report for the '24
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prepared by the Meteorological
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Low 72 75
HUMIDITY:
High 95 91
Low 64 83
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RALN iinches) .65 .05
' WATER TEMP:
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'It A three-year suspended sen sentence
tence sentence waslmposed yesterday on a
Panamanian truck driver whose
carelessness on the road caused
the death of five people from Ca Ca,,
,, Ca,, The defendant, Alfrdo Marin,
was found guilty yesterday of in-'
Yoluntary, manslaughter after a
day-long trial held in US, District
Court at Ancon.'
The accident which occurred on
March 3 when a 1 chiva crashed
into Marin's truck parked on the
highway between Arralian and the
ferry without lights in a pre predawn
dawn predawn darkness, was considered
one of the worst traffic crackups
in many years. ,'
Although the District Attorney
recommended a three-year pem pemtentiary
tentiary pemtentiary term, District Court
iddge Guthrie F. Crowe imposed
a three-year sentence 'which was
suspended for,, period, of live
years for the defendant, who has
seven small children and an old
mother to support.
Ten witnesses were called to
testify in the case,,,including the
driver of the chive in which five
were killed..
The chiva driver,.Iduardo De Degage
gage Degage testified that he was blinded
by the lights of an approaching
vehicle, and did not see- Marin's
truck until be was almost on it.
One side of the chiva was ripped
off in the collision.

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as high as foreign ministers
meeting, but that a Summit, con.
ference between the Soviet' a d
American leaders at this time
would be difficult to justify,

In Ideading for a greater', ex
change of atomic information with
the Allies, Eisenhower said it wis
to the great benefit of the United
States for its partners to have such
heu,rmation to make them strong stronger.
er. stronger.

He said that if the U.S. is going
to have Allies it should not with withhold
hold withhold information they need, espe especially
cially especially when it ts certain that the
Soviet- 'Union already had this information-
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'WASHINGTON-WMAmerican
and Russian veterans of the Elbe
River link-up went to a war mov movie
ie movie Monday night as part of their
13th anniversary reunion., 1
A Russian delegation of five
joined with their American hosts
in viewing. "The Bridge at the
River Kawt." Earlier the veterans
paid their respects at the, U.S.
State Department and ther Rus Russian
sian Russian embassy. i :
The Vnited States and Soviet'
veterans greeted each other with
smiles and embraces at National
drport where the Russians
rived from New York. ,
, The' Russians wM be guests at
a dinner April 28 of the American
veterank they met at the Elbe in
Germany oh April 28, 1945. Joseph
Polowsky, Chicago bus driver, in invited
vited invited the Russians to make the
trip.
Otker American veterans of the.
link-up berg are William Herr, an
unemployed photographic supplies
salesman, New YOrk; Pete Sitnik,'
a grocer, real estate man and
amusement park operator, Aleiri
andria, Va.; and Jack Bryan, ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant to Rep. WI
1 liam Matthews (D-Flg.), Palatka,
I, Sitnik ivas the only member of
the welcoming popynitteewho
spokT Russian. He said a' meeting
like this "can't hurt any and it
may being relations. between the
Umted States-and Russia.

, NEW YORK-CUP)The govern,
ment concluded its oral testimony
In federal court Tuesday, in'the
stntl-trust Arial to block the mer merger
ger merger 'of Bethlehem Steel Corp. and
Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co,
Its final witness was A. J.
Boynton,- head of a Chicago engi.
neering firm of the same name,
who testified that', the ,cost' of
building ----owholly, integrated
'steel plast New Jersey ,would
be almost $275'1

He said: that his firm ; had
drawn up preliminary plans for
a proposed Barium Steel Corp. in integrated
tegrated integrated plant near' Burlington,
N.J. on the DelaWare River cost-,
ing UT per ton.'
, However, he admitted under
cross examination that Barium
has accessibility to such other fa facilities
cilities facilities as a finishing plant and
rolling mill nearby and has other
geographic advantages aat would
briny lta .,cost down,
The, cost considerations take on
'importance in light of the cbm cbmpanies'
panies' cbmpanies' contention that one of
their main 'reasons for merger is
the prohibitive cost of building an
I integrated steel plant in the Great
Lakes area, against the cost of
expanding present facilities,
The companies have held that it
would cost $300 a ton to build an
integrated plant in he Middle
West, against $135 for expanding
Youngstown's present
Bethlehem las disclosed plans to
spend $3511 million in expanding
Younstown plants if the merger
is approved. ,

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, LONDON,. April 23 (UP) Sir
Winston Churchill, recovered from
a bout of pneumonia and pleurisy
that almost cost him his life,' re returned
turned returned to the House of Commons
today 'amid the cheers of his col colagues.
agues. colagues. '
- "The "grand ol warilor'" walk walked
ed walked into the house for the first time
since his illness as Foreign Secret Secretary
ary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd was answering
questions.
.
Llo'yd Imme'diately broke- off his
reply to comment, "I pm s r e
membere would like me to say how
extremely glad we are to lee him
back with us."

WASHING'rON (UP) Tbe 'no.
don's temperance fortes yesterday
launched their perennial cam.
paign to- outlaw interstate adver advertising
tising advertising of alcoholic beverages.
They drew one:: of the biggest
Capitol' turnouts since the. 1954
Army-McCarthy hearingi --
The scend was the big marble.
walled Senate caucus room where
a parade of some 40 church, ed.
ucational and social leaders testi.
fie& Hundreds of spectators wait.
ed for hours to get a place In
the standing-room-only crowd.
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, NeW
York author and clergyman, told
the Senate Commerce Committee
that "If you take liquor out of

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, VIENNA (1.1P)-11.S. diplomat
Joseph A. Jacyno said yesterday
that his expulsion 'from Commu Communist
nist Communist Czechoslovakia on spy
charges was an "outright frame frameup"
up" frameup" aimed at warning Czechs
to leeep away from Westerners.
I Jacyno, who was second teen
tary and constd at the 1.1A, Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Prague,', was arrested
last Friday at the home of a
Czech, friend and accused of es espionage.
pionage. espionage. He was ordered out of
the cotmtry on short notice and
arrived in Vienna Saturday 'night
en route back to Washington.,
The Czech Communists ;barged
that Jacyno had received military
, documents from the Czech friend,
who was arrested by Red agents.
But Jacyno yesterday denied he
engaged in any espionage activities
and said he merely was taking
some American phonograph rec records
ords records to his friend.

was an outright frameup,
Jacyno, of Lawrence, Mass., told
a news conference here.
I, consider this part of an hi.
tensive Czech:anti-T.1.S. spy cam.
paign intended to warn Czech cit.
izens to keepAway from Western.
era, either tourists -or diplomatp
in the Communist controlled
cotmtry." '
Jacyno, ,a 42-year old former
Marine, said an official of, the
Czech Embassy in Washington
"ProbAbly" would be expelled
from, the United States as a ,re ,retallatory
tallatory ,retallatory measure for his axpul.

He disclosed that he bid been
shadowed by Czech, secret 'agents
k
several times before his arr t.
He declined to' identify the Cz h
in whOse home 4e was taken to
custody. i -4 n '
r ', ,yt r : N
'Timm, 'told -newsmen he, had
been expecting his transfer from
the nPragt.te embassy, any day
when the mcident occurred..
He bed been on the Prague ern.
bassy staff sincel'eb. 17, 4958.
Hs wife, and two children, aged
11 and 9, are scheduled to arrive
in Vienna. this week to rejoin
him. n -'4 n

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., April
23 Navy crewmen put the
finishing touches today on a Van.
guard rotket 'schedule,d to carry ,a
fourth US. satellite into space.
The sleek vanguard was expect.
ed to blast off from its launching
pad at this bustling MISSile test
center before the end of the week,
but bad weather or technical
trouble at the last minute could
delay lt., , ,

The sleek- Vanguard was expect.
ed on a rocket consistin of an in intermediate
termediate intermediate rangefThor with a me.
dified Vanguard second stage on
The Air Force, meanwhile, work workment.,
ment., workment., ,
' The Navy hunching area has
been humming with activity since
10 days ago when the 72-foot Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard WU tested successfully, on
the greund in preparation for the
corqmg satellite attempt, Night at.
'ter night, lights have played in the
fall red-and-white Vanguard serv service
ice service structure.
Engineers and technicians of the
Martm Company, which is 'prime
contractor for the Vanguard, ',ar ',arrived
rived ',arrived during the weekend to make
,the final adjustments on the com complex
plex complex rocket, After som0 'three
weeks of comparative quiet, rnot rnotels
els rnotels were again jammed with OM.
cials of crtracting companies and
newsmen and photographers for
this week s big shoots.

this. world, y u would reduce hu- I
Man' problems -by 75 per cent'
maybe 85 per tent". ,
,Dr,) Gedrge W. Crane,' a' tlica tlicagb,
gb, tlicagb, columnist,, said publishers
were bowing to li9uor advertisers
and refusing to print his views on
the ill-effects of drinking.. )
Methodist Bishop Wilbur B.
Hammaker Washington acted
as leader of the t em per ance
forces, marshaling and introduc introducing
ing introducing nitnesses. He,handed senators
a 112-toot petition containing 30,385
names sent by the New Jersey
Women'''s -Christian -Temperance
UniOn. ,
The committee Monday heard
, only testimony in favor of ,an anti

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LONDON, April 23 (BIS)--' vi visitors
sitors visitors from Britain who enter the
public galleries of the House of
Representatives lir the West Indies
islands of Barbados and Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica while' a debate is in progress
would be impressed 'with the si similarity
milarity similarity of their procedure to that
of the House of Commons inLoir inLoirdon.
don. inLoirdon.
The Speaker controls the course
of-the 'day's business, and is re regarded
garded regarded witb the same awe as Mr.
Speaker In the mother of Perlia Perliaments.
ments. Perliaments. The Chief Minister, or
Premier, leads a political' party
and sits in the House flamked by
other Ministers and supported by
his followers.
On the other side of the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber js the Leader of the Opposition
surroUnded by members of his
As in 'Britain, the lite, of a Par Parliament
liament Parliament does not normally exceed
five years and the election of mem members
bers members is based on adult suffrage.

FREEDOM FROM

,INTERFEREVCI,
',The Houses of Parliament
Trinidad, the I.,teward Islands
and the Windward Islands present
very much the same picture, with
a few minor variations.
To people unfamiliar with the way 4
Britain's dependencies are govern governed
ed governed it often comes is a consider considerable
able considerable surprise that West Indian loc local
al local politics are -so free from in interference
terference interference by the Government in
Whitehall., -
: The fact Is that they approach
closely complete Independence
es far as their Internal affairs
ere concerned, though the Unitr
id Kingdom Treasury continues
to assist them with substantial
funds raised from taxation in
Britain InonselLgoverning ter territories,
ritories, territories, of course, pay no taxes
to the United Kingsom)
, It has taken long time for the
British inlands.in the Caribbean to
attain such political maturity, but
the longest strides forward have
been made since World War IL
Moreover. in the 13 years since
1948 other tonstitutional ; deyelon deyelonments'
ments' deyelonments' have Jaken place. id the
West InAlee as a whole tomnarable-
withthose in .the Individual
islands. ), '.'1.
Political ,experience gained In:
,Jamalca, Barbados, Trinidad
and other places has now made
, it possible tor most of the islands
-to..federate as a Preliminar to
achieving the statues of a com completely
pletely completely Independent nation with withIn
In withIn the, Commonwealth.
, When Princess Margaret form formally
ally formally opened the first Federal
Houses of Parliament in Trinidad
yesterday she set in motion cons constitutional
titutional constitutional machinery fundamental fundamentally
ly fundamentally the same as that functioning 11
the individual islandsindeed, in
the ILL Jamaica, Barbados, Do.
mitlea, Grenada, Montserrat, An Antigua.:
tigua.: Antigua.: St..Xitts, Nevis, Anguilla:
St, Lucia, St.' Vincent, Trinidad
and Tobagothese are the islands
joined together in the new, entity.
All their citizens. will be entitled
to Note 'and return members to
the Federal Legislature.

LEGISLATURE'S DUTiES:

advertising measure sponsored by
Sen. Langer (It N.D.).
Chairman Warren G. Magnuson
(D.Wash.) said opponents of the
bill would be heard later in the
week.
Measures similar to the Langer
bill are intr duo el in both
Houses' of Congress 'almost annu.
ally. )3ut yesterday's hearings
brought out one of the largest
crowds -to L attend a committee
session since the famed IVIcCar IVIcCarthy
thy IVIcCarthy hearing.
reate'said Ile did not question
the ,legal right of the liquor in industry
dustry industry to sell its product.
' "But I do resnectfullv,urge your
,

be members of the House of
Representatives.
Policy is made by a Celine il'of
State not dissimilar to the U.K.
Cabinetconsisting of a, Prime
(or Chief) Minister. and. 10 other
Ministers, presided over by the
Governor-General.
, The Governor General is em empowered
powered empowered to nominate three people
holding office in the public service
who will have the right to take
part in the Council's diseussions.
In were!, however, the Gov- 1
erner-General's authority Is nar narrowly
rowly narrowly dairined: except in a few
instnces, which In fact place
little curb on the Councilss pow power,
er, power, he must take their advice adviceIf
If adviceIf be desires to act eontrary to
their wishes 'in. such!inatters as
,delense, external relations or fi fibancial
bancial fibancial stability he must. if time
permits, first obtain the approval
of the United Kingdom Secretary
orState; but ssuch a situation is
likely to be rare indeed.
, PLANS FOR FINANCE
,

Money (Bills can be Introduced tt
only in -the House of Represent. ;
atives, and even if the Senate re-
fuses to approve them ,they may
still be presented to the Governor. :.
General for his assent. 0
The Senate has delaying pow- 1
er of one year in pther kinds of I
Bill. ; '. ,
Of course, the governments of I
the various territories continue to
function as hitherto. not may
still be' rnsponsible concurrently I
with the Federation, for such af I
fairs'' as civil 'aviation, currencY,
banks and banking, postal services
trade and commercial qlevelop. .,
ment, -customs and exciSe duties II
and trade iunions.' ', ', , -,
' When however, some Incon;ish :
tenor between. Federal ar.1 Ter-
ritorial laws appears, the Fe.
' dere! Legislature will have the
last Word. ' .,
'Any'subjet not specifically In.
eluded in the tecislative Listt of
the Federal Constitution remains
a matter purely for, territorial le legislation.
gislation. legislation. '' .,
, Where v111 the' Federation's
,. money come from 1?n each of
the first five ygare of its life
tho Governmint will receive an
Income from a compulsory levy
on the territorial, Governments.
The proportion for which each
Island will be responsible has been
carefully-, worked out. Jamaica,
for exairinle, will be talle.d upon
for roughly 43 per cent, Trinidad
for' 39 per cent and Barbados for
five per cent. A limit of, just over
19,000,000 British West ,Indiap 'dol 'dolJars
Jars 'dolJars has been set.1 ..
Refund may be made to' the
several overnments if the total
Federal nconie in any one of the
first five years exceeds this a af
f af mount.' ' '' -4
I But, Britain will not abandog
this nation in the Making et its
ovm financial foto, For instance,
she has promised 92,800,000 to towards
wards towards the cost of setting uo the 1
I new capital in Trinidad, and oth oth'
' oth' er grants In aid of the adminis.
tration of the poorer territories
1 .,and for development and wel wel1
1 wel1 fare will continuo to be made.
Nonetheless, the detailed super supervision
vision supervision 'over subsidised island ft.
nances so far exercised ,' by the
U.K. Government will not betome
the resnonsibility of the Federal
! authoritie. ;

. S.g ,1 iiiii UM, W SAL SW.Wo IJCSAIII IC
As in 'Britain,' the Legislature the reanonsibility of the Federal
consists of two Houses, though with
different titles. There is not a
authoritie.
House of Lords but a Senate con. :
ststing of 19 membets, al)Pintd Mrs. Richard NIXOn
by.) the Governor-General reore.
senting Queen Elizabeth Twe Will Place Keel'Of
come from each territory except
the tiny island of Montserrat,
'At 61 Shi
which has only one., Pi eW: 0 lc- p
The House elf Representatives wASHINGTON alP) 'rhe
of -Vice- President Richard
14e:isms itofar 'ClonminmsonnYvvilltYs,cotsthistis willi.eNixon will place the keel of
the NS (Nuclear, Ship) Savannah,
of 47 members-1 from Jame
co, the largest island, ten from the world's first commercial
Trinidad, five from Barbados, atomic vessel, in ceremonies on
,oes fremhientserret endt two Maritime Day,. May 22.
front each of the other territ4
ries. All are elected by. adult -- The ceremonies, will take place
in the yard of the New York Ship.
suffrage in their own islands. ' building Corp. at Camden, N.J.
' The Legislature's first dutv was Honor guests include Chair Chairte
te Chairte appoint leaders.' 7rhe Senate man Lewis L, Strauss of the
elected two members to be presid- 'Atomie Energy Commissien;
ent and vice-pregident respective. dersecretary of Commerce Louis
ly, the, House of Representatives B. Rothschild; ,Chairman Carl T.
elected its Speaker who incidental Durham (D N.CL)4 and Sen.
ly need not necessarily he a mem- Bourke B. Hickenlooper (R.Iowa)
ber of the House. He, like the Sen of,the House b Senate committee
ate's President, has a c,asting vote On atomic. energy and Ben. H.
only, s" Guill and 'Thomas E. Stakem,
'Another initial duty falls to the members of the Federal Maritime
House of Representatives -the Board.,
election of the Chief Minister from The N S' Savannah, named in
among its ,own members. He will honor of the first steamship to
advise the Governor General of cross the Atlantic, will be a
those whom he wishe to be his' "floating laboratory" for clevelop
,fellow-ministers. Three at least of ment of atomk energy in power.
these must be Senators. The resting ,ocean going' ships.

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vertising

favorable consideratioh," he said, I
of 'measures "to restrict the' ad advertising
vertising advertising of a commodity which
carries with it such potential so social
cial social and personal destruc4ve.
Dr. Daniel A: Poling, iditUr of
the Christian Herald nd presi president
dent president of the World Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor organization, said he want.
ed to correct the impression that
onbr "Professional drys". support
the advertising ban. '',
Ile argued that 'lin the clear
light of known facti, llquor
liquor advertising, liquor propa.
ganda along the highways should
be ended."

A Supreme Court, independent ero.ss the Middle Pasgage to
k A

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of the Executive, administer
justice within the framework 'of
Federal law and will also func function
tion function as a' Court of Appeal from
the superior courts of the various
territories.
Day-to-day public: administra administration
tion administration be performed by a highly-qualified
civil service compris comprising
ing comprising mainly West, Indians, many of
whom have received a university
education either in the UK. or in
Jamaica, as well as some train training
ing training in administrative and execut
ive method.
IWany key appointments have al
ready been made and a Commis:
sion will be entrusted with the du
ty of recommending others.
,
' The educational standards al
ready aftained by largo num
,,bers cf Wast,indians maks- it
certain that there will,' WI littla
difficulty In obtaining candid.
'otos qualifications von- for the
most senior posts.),
What is happening In the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean today is nothing less than
the emergence-of a sovereign na nation
tion nation among those sunlit islands
islands whose ebullient inhabit,
ants are descended to a large ex,
tent from Africans transported a

Ex-Pretaler Pleven
'opts To Orerlize
1:avi French Cetinel

: PARIS, April 23 tl.TP).,,,Moderate
tx.premierAlene Pleven,. a 'good
friend 1.'of ,,President Eiseshower
and the United States. agreed con.
ditional'y today to try to form
France's' 26th postwar gov4roment.
Following an hour-long 'talk
with President Rene Coty, Neves
said he would confer first with po.i
litical and military leaders. Then
If he found 'the hatiOn's Jvarring
political parties ready to reach a
,truce and back a plan for peace
in Algeria; he would try to form
a cabinet.
Pleven wig Coty' second choici
to tty to form a gOvernment to re.
Waco 'that of radical Felix Gail.
lard, 38, who was ousted last week
,because of his attempts to settle
the French.Tunislan crisis hy.com
promise. klis first.,ghoice,4
wing Chrigtian ,Democrat Georgcs
Bidault, gave tip last, night ,,be.
Cause of the hostility kif ,hik own
and other parties to his proposed
program for a strong.arm s policy
in North Africa.

nccd sicry cn

onsi

cross tne rasSage to the
Caribbean as slaves.
That they have progressed so
far is slue to the increasing tux
creative partnership of- Britain
with her colonies hi the Americas
It .,is a partnership likely to be.
come even 'closer as th'e West In
dian peoples approach complete
nationhood based, as is the whole
of the British Commonwealth of
Nations, on 'absolute freedom tr,
religious worship and the great.
est possible, liberty of movement
for all its peoples. - -

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6:1s Fes! Iidel
B:cli To US Villa

' Finland, APril 23
(1.1F)-- Wi hiam Heikki la, a one.
armed Tinsish ex-Communist who
was deported from San Francisco)
last week, waited jubilantly here
today for his return ticket. to the
United States.
:Heikkila was overjoyed when be
was told the IJS authorities have
decided they were wrong to deport
him so swiitly because of his past
1Communist associations.
"Thiisis the most wonderful thing
that ever happened, to me An my
life," he said.
The deported Finn' arrived here
by air last night hatless, coatless
and without baggage in freezing
subarctic weather, He checked in
at' a hotel while be pondered his 1

future stringe iountry wboie wboielanguage
language wboielanguage he- does npt speak.
In San-Francisco his wife Phyl,
lis said she was r'elated" at news
her husband, would be returned to
San. Francisco. Her eyes were hen.'
vy with fatigue but,the smiled to
express, her joy. z :

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, 4 Ft n , Sitnik ivas the only Member of ed for, hours to get a place in a 112-toot petition containing 30,385 thy hearing. ,,, ,., '.. ;,-, , ,
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- the welcoming committee who the standing-room-only crowd. --.,s. names sent by the New Jersey .. He argued that "in the .clear 4.1",V;:. ,itATfiCHRIS.T103111.1( WILDER t BARRY KURNITZ '',
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like this "can't hurtdany and it York author and clergyman, .told Union.,' , -13 the .legal right of the liqquor in- liquor advertising, 'liquor propa-1 LARRY 11AfiCilt BILLY WILDER. ARTHUR HORNot ow
1 C::tor CENG,Neverly GARLAND i may help" relations. between the the Senate Commerce Committee The committee Monday heard dustry to sell Its product. ganda along the highways should ------.RaEASEOPIRUI-1---AITEDIRTISI' t.
f ...,a,... .s..,, ....J,Limted States-and Russia. that "If You takl liquor out of, only testimony in favor of ,an anti. "But I do resnectfully,urge your be ended."
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the road caueed D laWare Rwer cost:,
carelessness op N.J. on the e missy; stait since- e .0. 17, ,1V55. auY
Hs wife, and two children, aged 11 uPeorl'alrUa;ilernstt 1Turienird a d
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, H. Home Company is Win: Mrs. '4 11 and 9, are scheduled to amve yesterdor stieset in !notion ,con tire flun vaork Mk,

, stall tile in various sections of -,, The defendant, Alfredo Marin, However, he admitted under
ifienna.,this week to, rejoin titutlonal machinery fundamentat- "1'a : HicHAEL TODD'S yI n 4
Merritt Batteryt Flamenco Island, was found guilty yesterday of in-' cross examination that- Barium But, Britain will not abandon ThiA fit12
n this nation in tho Making ot its ,
for $2598 and Dillon and Hickman Yoluntarr manslaughter after a has accessibility to such other fa- 2 'S
, lv the same as that lunFtinning
the individual .!slandsindeed,D
n :hvme hfiensimperleami flasteod, $F20,8roohlsootantsoo,. sal
Construction Company Inc4 is to day-long trial held in US, District cilities as a, finishing plant and ak the :ILL Jamaica, Barbados,
mimes, Grenada, Montserrat, An- tiorld s d,k
rehabilitate building Nr 22, t Cot
a- Court at Ancon. rolling mill nearby and has other navy Crewmen Put
A wards tho cost of setting uo tha i
rozal, for $10,383- : The accident which occurred on geographic advantages,that would triigu Azgy:1111.s:

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neer capital in Trinidad, and oth- rost 44
March 3 when a 'chive crashed briny .ita ,,cost down,
tinish!13 Touches or grants in aid of the -admin !J. 1 qcnIzzi i
into Marin's truck parked on the ' s and Tobagothese are the islands
!ration elf the poorer territories masotroA
'Weather Or. No highwa
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y between Arratian and the The, cost considerations take on .1,, joined together in the new, entity.
t h in t in ht f the cbm
ferry withou g ts a pre- mpor &nee ig o n Vanguard Rocket All their citizens- Will be entitlyi
to Note 'and return members to and for development and w I- OW 8
, dawn darkness, was considered panies' contmition that one of fare will continuo to be made-
the Federal Legislature.
- one of the worst traffic crackups their main Teasons for merger is Nonetheless. the detailed super.. MZUIT I iatotimmin't'sen'd;oke'boievi
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I ferry without lights a pre- importance- in .pght
Pf 'Pe cam. Ilin. 112mtorI Uttekal I :ly'LL171,1ft At:1":::::"1 risrLv".:nA' and totz devolopment and we ,11 1 I 44i Ht 1 rigm 1 1

.-- Inna tha ward traffie ersakann 1 thoir main Teaons for merffer la ,wctavxit4 Jaca....0mA, 1 Nonathalasa tha riatalloel fulmar- -, Mr...7.11111 ' I 6,,,.,.......e 6.1e...t I

-- .: USX; V! VL LI CIJ-4.1U 41116.Ukta I wax.. Taammaa .... asw Ar,f..py. ata 1, I , , I t .!.0 ,,nAVknAAVU 11 M ', I Knit Fougyo 1 1

- lin many years. ,' 7,1the Prohibitive cost of building an CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Apri I vision over subsidised Island ft-11 p IL. logo A SI 11'06 .1 Ail 1
lefillet Apitnett pumice

uswialopte Pima sowerma
I nanees so far ficeised:.by thell
"nu; weainer repori Jur tug 411 Although the District 'Attorneyl integrated steel plant in the Great 123 (1.1P)-- Navy crewmen T 1St LS 1. IL 11,1 1
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-""ib --": recommenaea a triree-year pem- mites arca, asitunno tun cunt', unianing bouvuea bunny vu a van. unvernment win not Decom
prepared by the Meteorological carry ,a As, in Britam t, g s a we
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tentiary ,' term, ,,,Distriet ,, Court expanding present lacilities guard rotket'sehoduled to the resoonsibility of the rederal r T , -
and Hydrographic 'Branch' of the T..1,,,,s .q 112tAlibt intn RMIPP: consists of two Houses th h th

IPanamti Canal Company: 1:uu27...7::::::.;.',.':"...,va,:hvu,7,, I 'rho o'n-mr,' jun". Ilpla tint if 17-7 -.7" different titles.: There is not ars-- 11

Balboa Cristbal a "1F-5"' -- - --
) , suspended for), a period) of live would cost S300 a ton tO build an The sleek vanguard was expect. House of Lords but a Senate con. , ,
ststint of 19 membets, appointed PRI t.7 .40
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Kichar II k
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, 4 117lirk tut ti seven small children and an old West, against $135 for expanding pad at this bustling MISSile test by .) the 4povernor-General reore. m

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1 wunesses were Va 'let,' be I r" ,.""" 71""". '"'"?! I au. ijt IN;kni,.. 1 111 i:40, o;au, van;

five younstoom .,pionts if the merger delay it., , ,, walun una ulsc TT two I g 1 u 11
WASHINGTON ftP) -. The '1
High 95 91 driver of the chivii in which
. is approvea. , ,
Low 64 83 were killed.. e
fooe to The House elf Roorosontativos
or' I man wa s to tho
wife of -Vice President Richard
, WIND: The chiva driver,.Iduardo De- I
gage testified that he was blinded
ers Greet Th sleek, Vanguard
on a rocket coosistirg of an i
was expect. Is simil n y y
House of COMMOnV ,consists
M. Nixon will place the keel of I
of 47,mtmbors-- fr?m. JaTal- the NS (Nuclear, Ship) Savannah.
titter
(max. mph) SW-18 NE-17
Out cs tit n an annrnae
h him( Cne termediate range Thor with a mo..

-"'" 'vehicle, and did' not' see- marm's 1
Winnie' Return
y italw.acta cm,,Liti. !ya6c IP" 1 To
I The Air Force meanwhile, work,.
nidad, fivo' from : Barbados,
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1 atomit vessel in ceremonies on III
warms "want. article until bi Was almost On. it. 11

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ment 'one 'Tom rn,"11 '' gnu' maritime Day,. May 22. -,' :
(inner harbors) 78 84 One side of the chiva was ripped To' Com' tio'ni a' th -The ceremonies, will take place t l)
- off in the collision. The Navy Iaunching area has rom sac other torrit4
,orloa. All aro slotted by adult
, been humming with activity since in the yard of the New York Ship Ship,
, Ship, THURSDAY, APRIL 24
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saffron in their own Islands- ,
10 dav a a when the 72-foot Van Van,
, Van, Low n LONDON, April 23 (UP)-- Sir I g , building Corp. at Camden, N.J.
Nona Ank, Enna IMMO MIS tyvt a IVA 1-Allirtin All HA LAC 1
g stature s nrst duty was TIAnnt. inmate will inpliitla Ch.lgt 4 !i

I , - n Lnm annnc t Diavv taunentor area has Trum : ipimn far mit vinin- ruirril 1. ,The ceremonies, will take mace rat n at, ", ------nomaar, I

. 4 .W 1 rro ra wir m um as n ri win aTnn cnuren 1 1 1 rthenvorort trmyt sum& U an VV,,o4 aus-uvocmiciaj 1 v 4Lwisn ,KAAL A111..AUU11; 111 Ani WM 0.1 AIL.. . A I 11 I

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LT' -7:19 imiluvisvaamig la bout of uneumonia and pleurisy me grouna In preparauon tor tnet9 sLyr.-n.11 113 4r4.UV13.. 1,!IC man Lewis btraUSS Ot ttle 111 a - iP

A.A. AMARA 1
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1- ' oi mo 1 that almnet. om2t him hie Wm pa 'coming saIelute libteMPti ax.1 turuicti t AIMIAIUCt v my in rani- I AtOMIC Lnergy' Lomnussion: 111 N-- A ,a n It 1

run maim osumnal, anommit, loonms ennui 11
liar Buddies tiolt turned to the House of Commons ersecretary o Commerce Louis
"IaL "Mu" """ Iv- ent and vice-pregident respective- d --f ----- --
today 'amid the cheers of his col- -m,r del 1.,,,c.),11
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fall red-antLwhite Vanguard serv- IY, the, House of Representatives B. Rothschild; ,Chairman Carl T. 1 (1
'leagues , ice structure,. elected its Speaker who incidental Durham (D N z and Sen. i 11, 1
,, ly need not necessarily be a mem- Bourke IL Hic-kenlo oper (R-Iowa)
-- I Reunion In S A
, wriie-gggian'd Warki- o'r;, Engineers and technicians id the ber of the House, He, like the Sen ofthe House Senate committee
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WA Martm Company, which is prime ate's President, has a c,asting vote On atomic energy and Ben. H.
. Guill and 'Thomas E. Stakem, 0 :
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1 1, Don't spoil it for anynd
and Russian veterans of the Elbe since his illness as Foreign Secret contractor for the Vanguard, 'lir- only, ,
rived during the weekend to make 'Another initial duty falls to the members of the Federal Maritime
I River link-up went to a war mov. ary Selwyn Lloyd was answering
I. MArktinv nioht a mut their miontinny .the final adlustments on the coin- House of Representatives -- -the Board., , 11 niPnA tinn't tpll whnt

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l' ..anni'versa'ry reim'iom .1-'--....'s" .' '' Ple 1 reekett After &Pe t h r e e election of the Chief Minister from The N S Savannah, named in ' ,,, r-7-- 7'7 b' 7 r
A Russian delegation of five Lloyd Immediately broki off his weeks of comparative quiet, mot. among its ,own members. He will honor of the first steamship to F-1 0 ' ' ,, happens in the
'12:55, 1:45, 3:13, 4:41, 1:09
I joined with their American hosts reply to comment, "I pm titre els were again jammed with offi.. advise the Governor .. General of cross the Atlantic, will be a ".
1 7:37 16 313 "1" ' in viewing "The Bridge at the membera would like me to say how cials of crtracting comPanies and those whom he wishe to be his "floating laboratory" for cievelop
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. 1 Tr -:: '''''' 4 ; .r. ''''',,,,;.,,,;', 1 paid their respects at the, U.S. back with us.- i 1 tnis week's mg anontL t toese IMU5L oe oenators. -zne resting ,ocean ,. going snips. -,,,.." A, ,-- ------ --, ,
, 1 '''''..' Temptatio-, ,' I--- State Department and the Rus- k.. l'
sianembassy. ,.', ,' i ,! .11 --I t ', i. 4 ,, ., : ., , i , , ' , ,, .. 4." , ', k, i 1.'.21eunim...;;..
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erennia Campaign, To an Interstate. vertising ,.'
,, in a savage lend 4,-., .,
smiles and embraces at National
, ', et wild flonsit4t Airport where the Rnastana : ar-, -, r ,, ,,,,i ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,- ,. .,, ,... ... I t .. ... ., , I , . , .1 , .,
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' ', ' I, '.'. ',. II I a dinner April 28 of the American
n ) co o lc' nn (s esume by: empe'rance Forces c kii,,...,a,,i Sall II ar Aiwa, '
tr, : Is 's :", '. i veterankthey met at the Elbe in , , ,' , '. -
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- ''' ,, .., ') t : j), ir I PolOwsky, chicago bus driver, in- '''' WASHINGTON (OP) The 'na- this. world, yOu.would reduce hu- advertising measure sponsored by favorable consideratioh he said,
e ti n's tem ranee fortes esterda man' problems -by 75 per cent,- Sen. Williani Langer (R N.D.). of 'measures "to restri'ct the' d.
vited the Russians to make 6 o Pc 7 a ,,,,,,---,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Albat Otolk
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'' 1 1 Otker American veterans of the paign to- outlaw interstate adver- ..Dr,) GeOrge W- Crane, i Chic. (D-Wash.) said opPonents of the carries with it such potentia),so.
----., -.0 linit.up berg are William Herr, an tising ,. of alcoholic beverages. gb, columnist,' said publishers bill would be heard later in the cial and p er s 0 n a I destruct ve. i
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t , a grocer, real estate Man and Army-McCarthy hearings. the ill-effects of drmking, ) ,, bill are 1 n t r 0 d u e el in both the Christian Herald nd presi. ,, , at il,.... j T 31
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