The Panama American

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

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

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.
It v the Panama Canal's
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, ,.
, OF,,, PANAMA in f,' turn have let us know their
:. ideas on necessary changes,2., the
' ', ,, Canal spokesman said. .,.
. -,v I, ', -' He did not' detail -the. nature:of
: ,' COUNTERFEIT VI' bills are the., thanges.,,,,,.: -,: :,. 1, -..., :
. being Circulated in Panama,,,ac- ,.,,, ,,;, 3. -,- ..-, .'" : ., ..4,-,-;.,
,, cording. to reports by the Flinallli ,' Tuesday '.2 spokesmen. for tile
Secret Police. The 'phony U.; S. 1,eToo-neau Comnany in Long.
'. bills are'numberet F1619402,1k.' view Texas, :said his firm ': was
' t, ? , ..., ,r -: participating in preparations for
. ---- ., ' - - s''-', Ship-handling tests" with-- the
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. ,,,--I t-,, 1, -,, 1, mules. ,-He saidtests made so far
, ..,
. indicate there wilt,' have to,r-; be
.
,.'' Grocery i stores in suburban some niodifications lit the' tracks
,
',Juan Diaz,' imst beyond the. Pres.. the ,mules are now using. He said
. ident Remon racetrack,' ,',( have nothIng abbut modifications ,to ,the
bean accutod of gouging and short mules ,themselves. -, ;,. ',- ,-,. ite .....
.. weighting their customers. ''. ,-.-.: ,,,',11'..,"-,i,1,,,,,-,,-. ,,,,,..,,,,,!.t,,,, ,,
,' ,, Tile ,-. chat,, ,.:Iodgod'' with?.1tite '4-11.S:tettlarkS.,:sparked, softie bias
Price T -guld art uk:ice,' .,,t.'said ng criticism 'yesterday fxont Ga Ga,
, Ga, Ine IDA a- grcera 1. 86i-cons-tuner tun ,Locit, workers.' whcf tad been
' goods-41i price$ much higher than associate with the, coidroversial
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. - Wiltrim womb"! p i ciao
, i B ,d100n, le t'ocery ,, store , ., ,.., ,- .. -- ,,-'1,
Is as 1 and to be sciling oalcohol" -Al ii, .," -t,..; ..,-,,,
- and "Insealcide'; winch' proved 111SO 'ill' S".4C5 ' '
' w ','
,'to be 1 -y' rul, mixed 'with water , I, ,, ,, ,, .,,l .,,.;.1..,.i i.. 1
'4,,, and ,1(.' 4 flout 'mixed with light A
. diesel, oil respectively;:when' ans. iii,,
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:It was rhund-up,tinie irort
Amador yesterday 'for, the ',sec ',second
ond ',second AdMe iri,Severr Months. when,
a wandering dtrahma llteer was
foundroaming in thevicinity'xif
Perico ,Islanct.44 '1 ;kr
, Shortly after, Ivonti;:' military
police wereeadvicd' 6f 'V' sni snimal's
mal's snimal's preence, ,Within
10 MP's, -with CapL ik,u,a1.-41
Passont, operations ,of !Jeer pa,
difin: Area. Provost. Marshal's
rice, converged on the -ssdene, to
find the steer On .the beaCh,' be-:
low Perim:).
attmpts at roping him
failed, And the beast jumped in into
to into the' Pacific; for a, brief
When he emerged trorlf ,tVie
ter,, the frisky Brihma CharROO
down the roatC toward,the Fort,
Amador Officers' ,Open; 14438
beach area.c., ;- "','"
;, the .stitantime, military:
policemen- bad blockaded the,.
road with ',vehicles. in an at,
tempt to stop any,,auch man mantimer.;
timer.; mantimer.;
This also- prove'd, to 'brof no
avail as the charging critter, 14-,
inch horns down, Jound' a small
opening between.., two ,,vehicles
and' ran throngh,
At this ,t-point,'' according' to

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Abraham Lincoln.

COINBOT TACTICS ';L' Cipt, Pobert: 3.'pPassons, operatio'ns officer, pStific'Area'Provost Marshal's Office, tries
escaped Brahma ateer from the 'back of asickup: truck, :rile bull ,won this round. (CS, Army. Photo)

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WASHiNGTON, ApriL24(UP)L,,-:',A jiiint:HotiseabcEi
Senate' compromise, committee' has: Oireed on the majoe,
1:11,vvisieni of g, bill tereisi the i:my 'of .p4to(iciirkers And',
pr,ovide four cent stamp' for first class moil-,
Final action on, the bill,' ho'wevet, has net yet been
taken- by. the'committee., -:, ',, 1
." .The comPromise'leached in a' late session'yesterdOy'
we; ,a :seven and one' half,periiiit; peinienent 'inCrepse
plus cost of, living increases of hyd ondbne peitent
for the fiistsii graclesi,ofpay ind'edefand ene half.Pei
cent for the seventh, grade.. :
be ,Seve'ral days at, leest before final Octicin on onthe
the onthe bill can be Voted..':
. :the: overall Civil- .Servici classfied :pay
,
ralse bill,-1Vhich has, been:passed b the 'Senate is': still :-:
aVaiting House' action, ;
, : It expected to: be apprivedbi the Fle.use'commit;
lee thin prebably,will bi scheduled fer
'full Hoite Obeli either nexhveek or the 'week
Corb..41. cr.:errcstiks t!o ke
,

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13rd TEAR

, Testing of 'the tvio new LeTourneau mules on" Catun
Locks' has been spended ; till' certain changes, 'some of
;Ahem major, are made in ,the locomotives, the Panama' Ca Canal
nal Canal said today..
The revolutiDnary-type' mules' havi been idle fer, the
Jest two of th.e four, months ,they' hiVe been
- ,datun Locks workers yesterday described ,the $656,':;
000 pair as' "a pile ef junk which has provenYcornpleted
ly end ',irrevocably Inads9uate." ,Two wheels f ell,' off in
one test.. - ; ',
, The Canal spokesman eniphasized teday,that the'new
mules 'were in 04 koving stage. ',They are .experimental
locomotives, end under its c' ontract wHtil LeTourneau the
to'
Canal has a 'whole .y..ar 4eight'' nnont s mere test
, 4
: them, before making, Up its mind. whether or not' to- buy
' ; ,
more.

I'his involuntary minslaughter'
Wet of Lorry Bethel, an Arnim Arnim'
' Arnim' an soldier, by- 'a Panama coort
has boon scheduled for th0 oftor-,
noon of May 22.i !.
Bethel 'is charged with 'Lousing
the creath'of a.Panamanian worn.
an wade driving a Vehicle on th.B
Trans-Isthmian Highway few
months ago. Jose M. Faundes has
been engaged 'by ,the U.S.' Army
- to defned Bethel..

One million- bahana plants have
,been reportedly..destroyed
Storm, on Chiriqui Land Co, plant plantations
ations plantations at Puerto Armuelles.
, The destruction of the bananas,
Which were about to ,be harvesteo,
o. t at.ect the company's ship shipinents
inents shipinents for at least two mmtlu.t.

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WASHINGTON, Aprir2t
, General Motors today 'endorsed
proposed law that wou'd recta i
'manufacturers to put a label on
new cars showing their suggested
factory retail price.
William F. Hufstader, vice pres.
, !dent is charge of GM's distribii distribiition
tion distribiition staff, told a Senate commerce
subcommittee the proposal "can
make a real contribution to the r.:
establishment of sound business
practices in, our industry."
"Today the customer who. de.
sires. to purchase a new niotor ve vehicle
hicle vehicle is confused as to the true
asking retail price..." he said.
"We ars all aware of the condi conditions
tions conditions which have developed in the

eites in the republic. t

A thief who aPparently knows
how to lake advantage 4,1 any
and every opportunityo. today
found out that sometbnes it does
not pay ,t,o' be too enterprising.
When' George E. Ottey, tat tatlOr
lOr tatlOr from Coln tried to walk dut
of the Crist6bal, Commissaty
yesterday with stolen shirt. he
was spotted and stopped bY
Canal Zone policeplan, D. Wad Waddell.
dell. Waddell.
The arresting officer told the
48-year-old Panamanian that
they would wait in 'the police policeman's
man's policeman's booth alongside, the tom,
missary for, car, to pick :them
Shoal. attrivards, a police
tar brought 'the. defendant into
the station where be was search-,
Among Otters possessina,
Waddell noticed with- surprise
'were his own eye-glasses which
he had left in the'bootb.
, So, instead Of one petit lar larinY'
inY' larinY' harge, .two ,were filed a against.
gainst. against. the
FOr- stealing. -the shirt he-wis
fined, $15..And an additional 825
fine was imposed for the theft
of' the Volicernan's glases.
" All in all, it wasn't Ottey'S dai
1 4

May -22 Chosen
As.Mantime Day, :
Ile attention orCanal Zone res residents
idents residents has been called by Gov. W.
E. Potter to a Proclamation issued
by,President Eisenhower designat-,
ing Thursday. May ;2, as Nation National
al National Maritime Day.
In the proclamation, President
EisenhoWer, urged that flags ,'be
displayed from all government
buildings and requested that all
ships sailing under the -American

' industry in the' last few "ears 'al flag dress ship. ow that day in hon hon,
, hon, a resift of price.packine he said. ot of the U.S. Merchant Marine.

A visual' survey of possible US military radar sites in
the Republic of Panama was completed Monday according
, I
to ranamanian sources today, -1
The survey, made by helicopter, coveryd only two sites.
One of them was in the Cerro Campana area. In addition
' to the US Army officials party included Panama govern government
ment government representatives Enrique Arango Jr. and Henry Koura
Muck'sevaluation work remains to be done before It is
decided whether the sites are suitable or not.
Some members of the National Assembly, whieh has
fina: say on any radar site accord, have hinted broadly,
that the 'Assembly will regard Congressional action on (Tr.
tain provisions of the Remon-alsenhower treaty as a Imes,
'Oary preliminary to an Assembly OK for US ..military radar

siot guilty, and pleaded guilty to a
,charge offailure to yeild right- of
way int making &left turn.
The defendant Harry,E2':'Col'i,
37, was ,fined $10 by-jhe ',Balboa
Magistrate., :
He told the' Judge he had trite tritefit
fit tritefit orcounsel during ,the three-day,
interim, and 'decided to ,plead guil-I
Earlier 'in tlie Week he' told thel
Judge that he was hot too fami-I
liar with the 'law and Balboi
gistrate,Johit E. 'Deming suggest,.
ed a three-day continuance to per permit
mit permit Cole time ;to get a laWyer.
The violation occurred last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night on t-12' Road in Cu Curundu,
rundu, Curundu,

It's

I- ' By DREW- PrARSON
, 4 1
'WASHINGTON,' April 24 --Mere
) are the .real facts regarding the
"Alert" operations of the Strategic
Air Command protested by Aussie-
before the United Nation&
:
,Tho fact is that onothird of
the SAC is always on a Minh,-
'1 uto alort. This moans that tho
, planes aro on the ond of tho run runwirr,
wirr, runwirr, fuolod with gas and with
hydrogon bombs aboard. 'They
can bit in tho air in IS minutes.
Whether they go into the air de de-
- de- pends on the forowing factors
which face the United States 24
hours o the day, and which Must
be the subject of constant decision
by ,U.S. Air Force officers:
1 Every known flight nattrrn
communicated to the SAC in ad advance;
vance; advance; and when these are sighted
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PANAMA, IL P., THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 195$

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7 -7 11 ----1 1' ''',1- Capt:',..,'Herfry Gerecke, actIng
61 Ill 'Cli.'. 7
n rt. HC arge ,:. proret marshal for the, Pacific
, .,, , , ,,.- '4, Area., the scene became 'one of 1
.' Curundiaresident W113 OA .s;,' it, egaPe and evasion- muck like
continuance of bissase ip order tolythitt one might see in, the bull
be able to employ la-wyer, fo- fight arena -when 'the matador
day', withdrew hit original plea 'ofl takeeito the 1 wall : to save, his
not guilty, and pleaded guilt? to a OWn neki '', t' '
charge of. failure to yeild right', of 710 t'. ''', .,',..,-..!",',..' : ''' '..- :-
way int,making &left turn., ,, The41P's near the blockade,
The defendant Harry -,E,"Cole, ilk expecting the steer's crash--
37, ,was fined $10, by-jhe '.11alboli through, seemed A to fly over
Idagistrate., ... '' -, ,,'. the w,a11;into Amador beach,.
He told the' Judge he had bene- ,the captain said, -,. -.

CAPTURED )3111 Weatherell, .534th' NIP Compan, jinally slipped ttie noose over the
ecaped steer's head,,, He Is shown making' the rope fast. ;.At rikht is Capt. Henry Gerecke,
' acting Pacific, Area prolost marshal, wri0 aided in the, .cliase.--(1.1.S..Army
-

!The angered- aitirOal ',decided
that if nothing,' elsewould itand
his-may, he would take it out
on one ,,of the' vethicles.- A Navy
Shore FatroLcar hore the brunt
of this assaultremerging with
one ',horn-dented fender.. r
.
, , ,
. MatDonald, of the
Headquarters Commandant Supply,--Fort
Amador, was, the- next

on the radarscope there is no at
tempt to investigate or take o
from the runway.
2.. If an unknown flight is sight sighted
ed sighted In the distance, jet' fighters
scramble to identify the plane. ,-
' 3. If a big unknown ;light fortis.
tion is sighted on thc radarscope
the big U.S. bombers cr the SAC
may go un, Uguslly,'however, they
don't. 'hire have been gases
when a.. meteorologicaL formation
will cause the big bombers tb take
into the air but not Often.'
4.ilf they do get into the Sir,
they fly toward a geograohical
barrier or invisible fence which is
caird "v711. Safe." IP o'har avore5
sn'invisible line is plated 'around
IttisFia and the bombers are in.
structed never to fly beyond this
line unless they get orders to do
80e ,
-1: The oniy occasion When thsd

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ist14-,t"th..

to entounter the steer. Mac Do- I- "What a' logistical problerni"

nald, who is quartered in Mild Milding
ing Milding 359, the supply furniture
warehouse, Nas in his room writ writing
ing writing a letter ? when he sav4, the
Brahma charge his way.
, -Remembering that the dou.
.ble doors at his end of ;the,
'building were open, he ran out
to close them but as he swung
one door' shu4 the steer eharg eharged
ed eharged thrbugh the other side And
into the warehouse. MaeDo MaeDonald
nald MaeDonald "charged", for" his room,'
the door slamming behind him
' Me MP's next move was 'sue 'suecessful.
cessful. 'suecessful. While Cpl. Darwin Bell'
backed his patrol truck up to
Building 359, Sp3 Phillip Phipps,
inside the truck,- and, Pfc. ,Bill
Weatherell, atop the vehicle,
nanaged to lasso the steer "and
tie him securely fo the reat,:of
the truck. ,

bombers can fly beyond t t h at
"Fail Salo" invisibIa barrier 'Is
in case of war. In this avant, the.
' order can Como from only ,ono
Man the President of thsAIL,
nitod States, '' ' ,1
, This !Tail Safe" invisible.fonee
's fairly close to Russia anderet
'Er enough away so there ca be
io argument that American p.anes
I
have ,- lown anywhere near us.
sian, soil. , ,,, ,,,.
The Russians,' howeve r, are
(mite able to pick up these flights
On their radarsopes and know all
about them. I
Probably, however, it Is'!not
these flights which Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko is nom.
olairing about; bi,V., rather he rotlu
tional excercises tot the $trategle'
Ai- Command. s '. ; i
For .a good, many years, Gen.
Curtis Lemay, father of Abe Stra.

Gerecke declared. neyer'
learned anything about this in
the advanced clue
: The next move' was 4 call ,1
for a one and one,half-ton
'truck to haul the Brahma a;,'
way, rpm its arrival,' the,
Mrs,'with the, help of a load-,
ing platform,. transferred the
steer from the rear 'of the pa.'
trol, truek lo the larger yeht
ele : s
was then transported te
the Corozal Animal 'Hospital for
impounding.
, As ,to the,' steer's prisenc in
the area,'. officials speculated
that the animal had ',lumped
from la boat docked at- the ab abbatolt
batolt abbatolt and' made. a break for
freeclom.1 A broken rawhide
tether rope Was found round
hig horns, : r

tegic Air Cominand,' 11()Vi v c
chie.of the Airi Force, has sent
hi's bomber pilots on training mis missions'
sions' missions' as if ,they were about, to
bomb Moscow. Then,Ishortly be berore,
rore, berore, reaching Russian territory,'
they turn and come home.
This training'exercise is consid considered
ered considered necessary to keep the United
States from suffering another
Pearl Harbor, which. in modern
warfare would hitnot distant Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii but the industrial heart of
America. 4 ,v' :
, Lemay deserves credit for do doing
ing doing an amazing. job of, organizing
and training the Paul Reveret of
the atomic age. Because Riissia is
ahead of us in planes, this type of
traimng is considered necessary,
These rotational flights have
been known to the Rnssimis for a
long time and throw the Soviet de delenses
lenses delenses into a tizzy,

II. 11

,
; First to take the stand today,
shortly, before 110Off, was Juan E.
Espinosa,, a local-rate' employe at
the Balboa ice sale section.
, He testified that he did not give
or sell any ice to the defendant on
the morning of Ansi! I.. Espinosa
told the court that occasionalky a
custompr who buys a 46 or 50 lb,
piece of ice will leave it small
piPee on the' niatform. But he 're 'recalled
called 'recalled that there were no large
purchases on that merning..

L-
Churchill U;;Ilur,1
4s tirnousipe Bus
(rash near Commons
4.

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LONDON,' April. 24 (VP) The
chauffeur-driven. limbusine, carry carryinl
inl carryinl Sir Winston Churchill collided
with a double-decker lxis in down downtown
town downtown London today. But tho 442-
year-old statesman was not ,Injur ,Injured
ed ,Injured in the minor accident.
The collision occurred, in the
whirnool traffic circle: of Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament Square. ,JUst Outside the
House of Parliament,loward which
Churchill was ,beednd ,for 4 the
second day in a row, Yesterday, he
was roundly cheered when he
made his first ,visit to the finnee of
iCommons in four months.' It was
pvi,lonce of his continnine revive,
ry from a recent bout'with pneur
menia tog that almost
took his life while he was- Vaca Vacationing
tioning Vacationing on the Riviera.

Soviet defense, chiefs s 4 a 1
,
these plane's en their ,,r ada r. I
scopes beading straight for Soy Soylet
let Soylet territory, and obviously must
weneor whether the, will always
,turn off, er whether the, may
continue coming. It undoubtedly
gives them an uneasy feeling.
- However, the exercise has been
tlitin niace almost ever ,s Ince
World War II, so that ,,Gromyklfs
protest at this particular time is
obviously for psychological diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic reasons. ,' $
I have written In general terms
about the work of the SAC on my
Christmas trips to Greenland, and
last Christmas described the wit witteen
teen witteen minute alerts" of our II-47'S
lin Morocco. 'Other newspapermen
have done likewise. : ,,,,
Therefore, GromykO NVItS prob.
ably trying to head off Americut
missile bases in ,Western Europe

FIVZ CENTS

Four ,other witnesses were slat''.
ed to ellPePr.on behalf of the".gov
ernment, after the noon recess.
They tre:,f isliddleton?Les,
It. Sparks, William A. Cawraucl
PI McDonnell. ,

, The case of the disappearing block of ice, was being; aired
today in ILS. District Court at Ancon.
It involved en appeal filed by ,Sathuel Sileott, a Balboa
commissary' employe who was found 'guilty 'and convicted In
Balboa MIgistrate's 'Court on n charge of petit larceny.. The
object, he is, charged with stealing was an night-cent piece of
lee. "' '
iewer court the defendant was sentenced to' spend
10 days in jail, but he immediately appealed the sentence,' '

:Silcott was reported to have
picked up' 1.9-111:: cake of ice,
wrapped it in paper, and carried
it out of tho sales section. He was
picked up by police who charged
him with petit
Today the 52-year:old defendatit
was beins represented by attorneY
David -Robles of the law' firm
De Castro gnd Robles., Woodrow
de Tetra acted ag interpreter for
the clue. ,' ,1

T
Governor': Urges
World Trade Vet
Obseivente -b

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r

- t, , V
Itiew of 'the ,:value' 'Ale
Panarrift,,TCanst ttis :world 1 trade,..
Gov.' E.::: Potter has" asked
that special, ,emPhasis be eivem
to World Trade Week IA, the Ca-..,

nal Zone-this year.. ;T::
; World Trade ',Wee it, IS to. Att
observed throughout the ,tInited ';
States -Rnd its ;possessions "and
territories during: the :week ,bea
ginning May AS.' Me Governorti
renuet for special' observance in ''
light of,, the Important role of
,the. Canal ,in ,:the goznmerce of :"
'the' world was made in calling
attention' to the proclamation by
President -Eisenhower destiznata
ing the week of May, 18 as World
,Trade Week. ,1 :

,
by lodgim his protest at this time.
In all these practice flights the
is divided in two parts
the bomb itself and the hydroges
pill. Each is kept in a separate
part of the plane...
One member of the crew,. ik
"weaponeer," goes along to mar,
ry the pill and the bomb in case
they are to be used.
The twe are neVer.married .14
cept in practice flights ever ve.
ri barren areas or ovr the op-
ciao The wedding of the pill and ,s
, the bomb ix FreonA by a lit.
, tie black box called the "rcpt...
go" box, in which a show
if the bomb is wedded.
There have been occasions whet
these bombers cracked up or lost
their bombs, but no oceasion when
a bomb exploded 011 a practict
flight. :

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:' has been scheduled 'tor the after- When George E. Otter,- it-, tt ,,, in ,, the .. meantime, -, military', ...',2",.-:::f,i0f N":.!"e' ...,0:!,,...::::::,:,,:l .;::::.,...1:..,.,, ;,::,--!...:.:.:::. .. the Balboa ics attltfseetion.' -, 7 it-out of the sales' section.' He wat .. '.'
-: noon of May: 22.,i -,.', ".,, ; .4.,",.... ., ,,,, lar 'fromColon tried to' walk out- '.' L,
Positemen- had blockaded .the.,. .' ,a,:i,.e.1 .;,.if S.,J'i :.; '.!'1 .!!,!:,'..;:i:'i's!:1 ', -';.:- ", '' .,; -4; '..,'" ', : ,- picked' up b police who' charged :.
'..., Bethel :'is charged.' with' causing of --, the', ristabal,,- COmmissary road. with :wehicies, in. an. at,,,, ,r U;.: : ,;,.i:.0::::, i ; :;:j.' 1 :.:: 1 "....
..... . ' ..:: .: :M;.:::','M.:1 ', He tesfified that he did not give him 'with 0 tit 1
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' months ago. Jose gt, ,l'aundes- has dell.. .,!...,,-,,.',. ::, .....4 .: ..:. i.,:.-.,.. .., ,, ail an the charging ,critter,,14-, , :::. ,..,:-:;.-.1,-,:'::::::i:,::::-!:-:::K'0,..',&i,,.!-:,.0.0,:,2.!.. ...,.,-,.,,, ,' customer who buys a to or So lb, De ,Castro and. Robles 'Woodrow '..''
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i .- sto defned Bethel... ''.,.., ;;.,....:: ,,,-..., ,.. e The arresting oificer told the opening ;- between '..,,,,t,,wo. vehicles ,, ,,,-,i:..:::?i,:,,7,!,,ii::::,i,,,w:i,i.,i:,i,i,-,:,:,,,:,vi:,:,:i!,:m1gi',ix,,!f.:;i:!ii,:,im:iii.,r,.,:ieimi,:94:,::,v piece on ,the platform. But he 're- ,the ourt. ,'-'' --" '., '. '''' 2 ' s
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ywhich were about to ,be liarveste.,, e,t,!,-..:;:......:,.,:;.,, d.;',' 2..,:;.-!,;- -..:.; ',.:- ...'..',.' '- ,.., ''' ,,,,:- ':,!,.. ''' Capt.',:,Henry Gerec e, ac ng o encoun r e s
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' r 6 1 ''' p' i,,' in : th t' ii not guilty and pleaded guilt? v.,' a own. :nec, i ...,,.. . ,.,.. ,., .
bl d s t hi end of 'the '' we Vpon its: arrival, the town London tOdaV,, BUt, i'll, ,1153-
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to close them,bu as 0. swung ng .1) a orm,. rans erre e .. .. . ...- .., :,.,. o World Trade. Week in,,the. Ca.... .,,',
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' them before, miking mInd :whether tir)not to buy ; 4

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lasso ail'' for the first'sii' rdet'of '' d'' n'' Pi ndeki-a-, liPlefrtellt' ,,' ''-' I
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' OF',PANAMA ,... ,, .,:7-., ,,.. . ,. ;.. , ,-, -, .., ,-',,..-,0.'.-. .',', plus cost' of: livingincreases of tw '-'it .d b' -h'If ' 'I
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' ideas on necessary changes,2, the s,,k,..0,,A,..,z49.,,,,,,,A.,,,...,. x s,d,....1,,e,,,,,0434,y..,..6.0 .4... ..,
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de-ail thi. natur' e .0ti COIMOT TACTICS -;-- Copt, Robert, 3. ?Possons, operations officer, Pacific Area Provost Morahan; Office,' tries0 g. ,p y .n onl on. ne a. ,;fiser.. : ,:
' '. COUNTERFEIT $1.0'- bills : are th h ,, ,..,, ,.. ; escaped Brahma steer from the 'hoc); of asickup: truck, :Ilia : bull ,wort this round.-CU.S.,, Army. Photo) .- ; , ,'..,
,-. ..-1 ,et c, !Illes- --.--1 ::!: :, ,:.,,, ; .....' ,' .. .. .,','' :sr ,'.., :;. .:, ,,1.,,- i- ,- '... , :. '.. .. ;; '. !.; ', .: ....':: cent for tht seventh rirnAo .. ,' ,,', :,..,,, ; , 4, ,; -',, ,', .? ,'r ,,. ,.' l'"- ,,

temg circtuabeu rangInn'''''.7 -f; .r ,'It-Iviii-ie-Tse,1-;eial days at least efarifinal
, cording to reports by the Panama ,, Tuesday a spokesman. for t e 4, ; r, : , :
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Secret' Police. The ,'phony ,111.; S. leToli-neso Commotty in Lone. t. ,! 1 1- ,;, e., .,, 1. ,, , ,,
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aCssiev,dif,b5iy ,t.h.e...Seln'a':ef:e:dis:':'s-t'i.11:1,' :
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"a 1 1 t 5 ''... n o m ei s':, nome- .,L.in kkmaaor s Kange..4.--- , ,.ryice c as 1 pay ,
., ., , Ship handling- tests",- A.- withl. ;the -,, .-,- ----, :-,,,-,, ,, .- -:. r -' -- 4 -'--,.--.t.-- .-"''-1 ,-.,.-,.- ... .'- .-- , :,,;i,;-," ,.. : ; ,0
. ,I t ,, I : mules -He saidtests Made se far ; -.,, r, -- '" .,,;; ,'-'r- ''"'-' "';' '--; : 7 '''''. ''''' ''-' '. '' ''' : '' .; '' ''' '''' '' ': '''. It.''''!" ''';'' ' awaiting' H2OnsciCtion.. :- '.1,111.,byvi- itAlhi,e,,,,,b,iH,,i0,tiihs,e,d,c'olim,,,fit:,
indicate there wili,.'have to,!; be -.'. ; "- ':-; '-' :' ', A ,...,, fl 6 ; ,-. ..tvi p c - B ', - ' N S I.-- -
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. ., ..... ,, , .. , ,, 1 ,, , 1 ,, ,. ,.. , ., ,u, t e' e? w. I !tin) si ne xoP feecwt e ad a tyc's ,baeO da PpPrre7g! c e u e o r
S Grocery i, Stores in suburban some Modifications in. the' tracks : ,- -A3 ), : I -f,-, A:. ; ? ..1-; so,'Koping,,::,: ,s,::- orra .:,:. ra may:: eer
:,Jyan Diaz, iMat baYand tho Pres-- the;.-slaulea are now using., He said .,-' -,,-, -,,-- ';,,,:, ,,,. ,.- ,-,- - ,-.. --. , .. (- '" 4 T T ' ''' '. d .. ' ' i ; lull ji.v.u.' '' ''''''. ''
g It .1-1- .te febati eithser next week or the Week following. .:
Went i, Remo.' raccitrack,.' -f,- bees nothing ebbut modifications,to,the -,- .-f ...7, ,',:-, i"!"4,: .'--,',-,.-:,-k---A ''''''' --''''.- "41'. -',!-- 4' ,- -:- -.2. ,-- -'--, --, -,- -,..,,...-. ,,,. ,,,, .: ,,,.-.,-, ; Aik ,-:::
' been accuseid of gouging and short mules themselves. -.-- -- 4 ; It. wit rnund,mi"tizit- itil'ort-:,, - ., ,,,-- ::, ,, , ,,.. ,.. ,, .1 4 I ''').. '' 1 .' ,' .', f ',' ,z' P -'t -;
, weighting their customers. -, --, ,,-,..,,,,c -.;:-,- --,----,', --,---"!'i.,-'' ' Amador yesterday 'for, (he ',seq.. i 4':' 1 -1 l-1....r-4
.; : Tilt -.. chat" -:1(idgod -::Aviihnift -,1-11.$ Jetarti-,:sprked,,-, 89in e blaz end Adme iri-,eyerr Months,. wheit ',--:
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; ',rice T -guid flg ukrice,". Vsaidi 4o.g riitixism 'yesterday tom Ga- a wandering (Brahma-10er was l- t: --4.-4 1' I firloiml I I '. isi,getr, Vise-lilt ek .1'1. C;. I '.. .,

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z.Y.. Grocery i, iterea in suburban sOme moaiticationg in the trac.as .: ,- .1;'1,.;.1-,-,..- 1 i' 2L IL '
d '.. ,! Itisexpected to be opprOvedby the H Use commit.'
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., Juan Diaz,' just beyond the Pres..' the ffluies, are now using. He sold ,,..:..-, y: ''',,,,, ,,,',' ',,- ,,,' .!,,..,... .,:. s.2. ,. t .(,',, ,., '',1.. ; , ,,:,:, ., i .. ) y : .4 -, 1' ,- r : t ,,., ,, :,:. ,.. ,.,,, ree arm u Jew ooysi
f,' baste !loafing abbut' modifications ,tn ,the ' A ''' ''''' ;" ''' Ill', L,': s',',',-',...., ,,' ,',7 -.;-::'7' ;,' '''''' .-:: :-::: '7' ; '' 1 .' 1.- ; ''' 7 :''';';'' .......- :.1 ':'"" :" .f' :: -!:1; '' '. :-."; : ''''- :'. l'4 '' : fell Hoite feboti eithearnedexPtrwbeaebkl:t itihiebiw' el'eckhefdouilloew4inf;'!.'' :
' Went Remon racetrack,'
'. been accuseid of gouging and short mules themselves. -, ,-,..! ....., :It was rnund-up,ttriin ,a,t, Tort-. ' ,..,,,:....-...,;-,. '
, weighting their customers,. ''' ,,, ,-. ,,Lc., .,:t: '--- ,, ,, ,.,t,, ,, AmadcW yesterday lor, (he ',len- i ,.,,, 1 i p-1---,,
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-; '',, Tile -'. chot'" And god ''' With;"" the' -;1-11.a:tehlarkiiPtked,, aOine blaz end ,tirne lri-,Severr Months. wheit, ',': --i---4,,,t
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; Trice ''T 'guid a g ukrice,' .Vsaid ng' critiVizm 'Yeatet'daY (Pm Ga- a wandering (Brahma :oteer was l'
tun ,Locit, werker whcf tad been i -4,-,
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, vie IDA s, grcers i. sell- cOnstimer foutictIOaMink in thirvicinity'vr ,,,
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,. poods,,a1 price$ much higher, than associate with 'thePitirt)ver,sial i k
Perim) ,Island.44 '' 1. :4, -, i.
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' the toil, : pric 1 filAq br i'hthe teatt:,,','I :','l' Jib il, '-: N"' Sher4 'atter'', arofirf,' milltiini i'" ''',, 1 -'' ., e '. i' vir 'e ,,,,,, -I l :"'''
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1 L'w 10 .MP's with 1
: Thi ot 'the disappearing 'block of ice,' was. being; aired
a di, on i.ocery store ,- , passong,;,,opetitimis, ,of fleet': ra,-;
".; WAS 'tind to be suiling 4,',Alcohol".-450 1.11S'S"'CS el,fle..',Atea,..ProVrist,Marshart.0;"1, ...
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'',',' today In ,C.S.' District-Court at Ancon. ,
and "insecticide whIch proved : 1
' fice converged vn,, th, .11dene, to. , ::.
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40, It' involved ',to- appeal filek by Sathuel.4. Silcott;. a Balboa
,,to be 1 -y' iwith water -, :,, ) ;: find the' steer iiIthe beaelf'b1-: t
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coinmissarii employe, whO, Was found guilty 'and convicted in
and.. ,1(..,44, floiel, mixed with' light , ; :4!
low Perm. .-- : Balboa MIgistrate's'. Court, on a ,tharge of ; petit larceny.',i; The
..oil,, respectively;:2when. ans.
oil,
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m object, he.,,is charged with -stealing ,was ith :eight-Cent piece "of ,"
aiyzed by "government officials. , : .... ,,,
' felled, and the beast JuinPed
-,77--..:3 A thil wno pDist enblY anOWS rk.,,a 44.. 4,.. 69 ret , , ,,

va wm; woo, ypcgli lug noutK i Di Ice: was. being aired
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It involved 'an- appeal filek by ,Sattiuel .4'Silcott,., a Balboa
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i ::!,:',lp .',.:',,, H, fodayr in 13.S. District --Court at Ancon.... ', .,. ,:. ,, ..- ..7
..'.- and -inse.ct,icide which' proved :
! ,' ,' flee converge cm, , t.,,,,. ; ,. ,. '.:,..:,;,,,',,,,,,,',,,::::::,,.,.,.,..., .., ,-,:,,,. ,,,,,,i,,,,,,J,...J:::-iii:::,,.:;,,4,:i:m; ,,
- , ,.., r.! ditto, Attea.,ProVost.marshars ,0;;1 ;., f : : .:::..,,, ,.,., :,.:::,.:, : :.., :.:::::,...:4:::::..: ::,. ,....,.: ii.::,,..:
1 4 I ' '.. find' ha atter '' ii the' bea0h-us-, ..- .i.,:s,:,-,,'.,,,::w,,.'.,.:-,.::: x:.-::,:,-..,.,:i.::...,:,,-::::-.::::.-:.:::,,.-..:2,::...-.,.-.?:,...::::;,., ,:..: ., ''',:,-;;,t I :;::':---:::::::'-:::::.:::',:'.--:::'::::) .. .co4mmissary,', erriPloye,, whit Was found ', guilty and convicted in .!
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pied ;with water '' - ' ,,,-, ,,, ,, ), .,. ,. ...,... t.., - -, 0 , i : ; ''', .:',:;;C::::,Kfs.'::::2:','..:;;;?,:,::,i;.?.f. '.;;; ';:: i.,:.;;,:;,.:i.i;',..:::::.,:.;:;',.;;,:::',;:.:::,!;,,X,:;;:.;..::.'fi::;;;;;.:';,:;,,, ,,,,,,,,, ',,,,,,,..... v. ..w. .04 V.:: :.P.,:,..:ig:.:.:iti, ', Balboa mIgistrate's' tourt, on a 7charge of -. petit larceny,',i; The ,,,.. l.
-14, ,, and.. ,le:4. 4, floutfmixed ,, with light 01 i, lir' ; Att'. A :lilt .'.;::' low Perico. ,'!,...,..,'.!,,',.:.',:..;.1 .,''.e. : .,i'l, '',.. fillarafFit,,,giqa!iii;!!!:g:AiNitiitg.:04!;:.2:i. ,,L0:41ARY11.51.10E : t I -fiii.,:::',:,i'.:':,i::,..::::i,,:i.: object, he...is. charged with -,stealing ,was an ;tight...pent ', piece. 'of,.,'
ell.";i' C ..
'. diesel, ,,oil,: respectively;::when- ans. r 134 ill!la, ., sir ,;,,,, :... roPing ht-m ''; ,i.,.'SH.:aiNifflg'4.'''..:::....ii-s.,':n0'i.':''':'',:::..Wi'-'1'-:,'.::.',..g,:rt,:''',,.,:-4,''.:,':,',i,:,:.,.:,',-,;,-----'''''''''''' '',;!,:.:-''',4,'J,:.:::i.:.,:. lee. ,,.,',,,',. IL, .','.,,i'-',,,,i.,:,,',.y.'',, ,.,.,',,,',,,'- 4', .., ,',''.- ,... '.. r ;: ; ,:,:,..:,,,,, ..,....., ,,,.:',..;,:.,,r ;,;!, .7-
' '. .'. aiyzed by -government'officials. .-,1, ,,i 'i ?., ,, ',. -,,,,.',,;,, d!.,...:;...,, .. ., , ::.:: 7., Initial' attmpts St
failed,,and the beast jumped inr' :-',:..'Rgli,-,CgMr,-ki:,..::::,-,,i,:,i-,:i.::1.i,-.!::',',g.g.P',,'Midgigiih.;,::R,:it...!-;,i::I.,,1
. .., ,- 1, .. 12-,.' :II: :7 7,.: ot, thief whd aPptitentl. knows
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.:':";":'''"':.::":11-1 10 da s in Jan but.be IMMediately appealed the sentetteite.".; .: r- : :
::,,,,,...2:::'.::,;,:..:,:i;. 'A. iirSt to' take' the stand -,' today, '.!Sileott .: was -reported ','" to .,, bave :.; ,-
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- ----'N-- and :'' every opportunttY. tdaY ter; the ,frisky, Brahma, q arked, : i ::i.,::..:.M.'.;;',;Rp',:,,,.::-.,..,,:,,-..:,:,,-.:,:-....::,..,,,-,.,.::r,ii.mi..,::,,,:4,,,,,i,:.,,,,-,::,',::::..:.-::.:..:,,:,:..,:...,,. ..,,,..
,. : ,ffhis in4olOritary ., mans
'' 1 ' 's '''''. ' laughter' found out that sometimes it does down the roatl, towarcttne Fort 1 ...,,.....::,,?,.:2,,.,0U,,-,,,-.....,.:::.,i.,,.:::::,ui.,,.,:::,4:,....,,,.:......,....:..
', ..:!.::..,,:.:;.::4:.,..H .:...,,, shortly, before 1100t',. WfIS Juan E. picked up a ,',19-111::. take of : ice, .,:
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,..' triat of Larry t tO' be too enterprising ,t firrteirs' ','..,01sett; MeSa ', :::::':::::-..:.'U::::::'''':':::.'''..2'''i4''' '4,NOMA:ff,A, ''''''.'
' Bethel an Americ- n0 pay, f. ..,
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- x',i:::',:,:':::-::) 1 I Fsginoga- a local-rate' employe ,at wravoid 'ft, in n
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.2 an soldier,...byy 6 rtnaT. c.,'16 ..',nti......- ,,' .... -. i e

wee wen transportea to 'House of Parliament,"towant wineytt'l"c3' 4" '11'6 0353CaSIC11.13 ant
1 interim, and:decide to 'Rea gu The !livered eairnia decided I the door slamming liehind htm; I '"ne
, the Corozal Animal llosoital for' rhilaaltill ,tua hadn't," far Ohs 'territories durint the week

1niv.,FOrt Amador. was,.the nexttne truck. 11118 norns, 'timing on the itiviers. lraae weec .,:, z

!, "Imlay tne customer who de..I el Maritime Pay., ,,. i., ,,' '"""'" 1'
1. sires. to purchase a new niotor ve- In the proclamation, President '' .. ,., ;. , , , .,, ..,..- -, f .. ;... , I , ; ,-, : ,, . -,, ', ', , ''' ''' V- '
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hide is confused as to the true EisenhoWer urged that flags 'be f ' 6 -
, asking retail price..." he sal& displayed from all government t C
a C S Training :Missions. Towar s,Moscow-W lc ': Have -Russians.. n-- z,z 4.,
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' "We are all aware of the condi- buildings and requested that all ''.
tons which have developed in the ships sailing under Ole -American ' : ' , ' '' ' '-' 2 ' ' : ,., .. :. i ,' ,-. ,,, ..., .. ,,- .,. , "' ', ',' '' ' , , ,,
' industry in the last few "ears al flag dress ship on- that day in hon honi
i honi a resu t of trice-packing.' he said. or of tho TT q : BY. DREW- PEARSON '''' .0n the radarscope there iS,'110 at I bombers can fly beyond t t h a 1 tegic ..Air Cominand; nOtt -v I c e-1
Mprehont lott2rtno ,. s v '''.''. itomnt fet invoRtionto or take', o'4 I Soviet defense, chiefs s a a 1 by lodging Iiii protest afthis time.
"Fail Safe" invisile,e barrier 'is I chie of the Air, Force. has sent l these Plane's en their r a d a r-i In all. these practice flights the

I urteutteeltANT Anvil 91 frnm tho runwav. 1 in case at war. In ZnIS Ms. 1 nis nomper pools on traunng mis.1 scopos naaoing straisint Tor ooy. .utv!ucu In 'To). yo.11,4

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c". are the .reel facts regarding thet, If an unknOwn night IS Sightt ordar sell toms from onlY ,solo 1 sions at 'they were about. tol lot torritory, and obviously must 'the bomb itself and the hydreges
Ltr lint ',Arm'," 4- No's ooprAtiont of the Stratgic ed le the distance, jet' fighters man --the Prasidlni of thx,kti, bomb Moscow. Tben,Ishortly be-I woneoryhothor thief will always pill. Each is kept in a separate

ww.let.11"6 r,r-rdotteti Rim' scramble to identify the plane. nitott States, j fore, reaching Russian, territury,t,turn oft, or whether, may may 'part. (a voe. inane,

, , o , sir before the United ations. 3. If a big unknown ;light formal This II a e Inv alble,foneelthey turn and come home. 1 continue coming. It undoubtidly One member of the crew,'
, tinn niohtpd nn thc radnrscone 14s faith dose to Russia and lyet 1 This training'exereise is consid,.1 gives them in uneasy fooling. rweaponeerm" goes along to mar.

b 7 ; I 7-7 ttnn, nightpli nn thc: radnrscone. fairl rinse tO RUSgla iYet 'k This tratrung-exercise,la consia.1 ma's them an untasy-Teanng. ,1--weapuneerm goes a ong mar.

,'-l'ha ,lact,ta that ensthird of the' big U.S. bombers tr the SAC r:Er enougn awaY So tiler& cal ue erea necessary to Keep, tile unnea -klowever, me exercise na5 ueenTry tue put tutu Ame uuatu La tali,
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THE' PANAMA AMERICAN

- ,: A itENISTER' LCORD

op The chines being hurled by the M'mister of- Foreign Affairs
V4P-inst, Me Lnited States Government and. the ,Can31,Zone author author-
- author- ,,:'Ities-of of-tompliance with 'treaty .obligations -and racial' dis,
trimination, would seem to me to have better taste if they were
' :: Made by some Minister whose record is not is spotted-4s is that of
the demogogic gentleman with presidential ambitions.
' ,p'-'.Stippose we look ever the following inddents involving this Min Min10
10 Min10 .,,During the last political campaign he and his sid'e kick Johnny
'.13'-'Mias went all over the Canal Zone (in violation of Canal Zone
Ltelling the Panamanian Negro voters that the 1955 treaty was
. ,not' deserving of their support. Arias even remindeCthese voters,
t: ;in full-page-ads ini the local papers that he was the only Deputy to
4he National Msembly who voted against the Eisenhower-Remon
- ?,,Treaty,, so ruinous were its provision; against the interests of the
LPanamanian Canal Zone workers I,
I' ''''''Wfiat happened' Came the election day of ?Lay, 1956. The work.,
os o
I ers:--already peeved about losing their commissam, priVtleges and
rquarturA on the- Canal Zone, and having Jo pay income tax to the
r:Otiverpm'ent'of Panama expressed Aheir. resentment againit the
it- pinvisiontot the treaty affecting their already acquired rights. How
4 ;; did' they do, this? By voting heavily against Presidential candidate
, Mt, ErmIsto de la Guardia Jr. De la Guardia hat no part in ifegotiating
gl.the treatv but he was the candidate of the Coalition political party
- pi that had negotiated to deprive them of theitCanal Zone Privileges
'obowithout ptoviding them any benefits. Hence he suffered the conse consepi,
pi, consepi, quences unjustly, to be sure, but actually so.
Alel.spolfu filo Canal ZOne

fie '-. When a holler was set up about the disloyalty of the Canal Zone
. ::: Negro Worker to such fighters of .racial discrimination as Alfredo
iii (Baby) Amen, Max (Francesitol Heurtematte,. Aleiandro- (Toth)
0 Remon Jose pominador Bazan, Seilores Boyd and Arias joined our
oil
' op rebukers to give the "chombos" as much hell a a halt dozeirHacry
04 Truman put,together. These gran senores -refused to hav,e taken
i: any blame for the contrary vote cast by the Pansmanian Negro
1 workera of the Canal Zone into whose minds they had spent montha
Vtt-a. time feeding poison about the defects,,of the 1955 treaty.,
- so. -.,---After the election, returns and these two .deputiei-were elven' a
4t rilrinee to getback,inin tbe Assembly of ,Paname-, one became 1011-
4 :i; ister of Foreign, Affairs --., Boyd.; Ever since then tii, has bee,n, de de4
4 de4 fending that defective treaty with all hisinight4oti ,:main,;',Nethiny
r !Alas- been heard of Johnny Arias further .'regarcliMe the4otem'etal
1:7,--effects.to Panamali economy Caused bv.thenegotiationa, of 105q,.or
,1 -abciut its disadvantages to tile ponr, sacrificing:Canal, Zone workers.
:ti The. next political move of the foreign minister was tn invade
.14,-. the ranks of Canal Zone labor and old the working forces by play playIf
If playIf ing Local 907 against Local 900., AlthoughLocal 907 has practically
it no active membership, Minister Boyd has been using it t,o endorse
f: nubliely the policies of the ParaMallian Government libmit labor on
ft tite,Canal Zone: These policies' are rot iirthe leterest of,.the ...Canal
',- 7,cine workers, as may be noted from the nroYisinns of She "Ili trete-I,.
,t''. Does jt Make,mitch sense for Canal rl.one lehm te tie 4401( no, with
11' governmeotal affairs er with amb;tions nentieiete , ,, ,,,
1-.;; -t In this move of his Boyd has kent Latins -and non-Latin work work'i
'i work'i ing fot the Cenal Zone apart and fighting againct theinselyes.'instead
;;', of fighting in union for a common cense. Fe has selected "one of
' t: ,Ina'-hoya" from' the Latin element nnd,sent ,him as a illirr ittaehe
Z; ,. to Washington to do the' bidding of the foreign offiee. Vow much has
I the interest of the Canal Zone workere been kenefittest by this, purelf
;i poliocill move? ,,, , ,s '',', -,,' i ' ' '
4. What Oenefits have come to tt.i, Panamentan APRiner; throttptip an
-, the oronaganda of the foreign office shoot helping,them with thrir
'2, problems on'the Canal Zone? Puro blab. blah.,, - s .-eti
,
, Talkirg about discrimination.1' the foreign Minister 'jest', fired
, Panamanian Negrd who was working in the immigration- denartment
trod ne of those who for two elections had been all ever the Canal
' ,,: '. ZOO getting hist votes., When the ,Prisident recontinended 'a 'grad 'gradof
of 'gradof ii voe of the National Institute; anether Panhmanian Nefro. to. take
0 ,
, 1, the, place of the one' dischargticillbo4Forelint Minister...ignored, thc
ll President'a recommendation, He employed fwhite.siciii Latin'as- he
i, ,-,flid not cate,to have any more 'Negroes .---. of the "chombo" variety il
,; in his Ministry, -1 ' ' -- k 1
s. .' No, this record does' not belong to a Mall from Little Rock, Ar-;',;''.4,,kansas,
hut to a renresettative nf the government of Panama,who
r .,,is hollering his head off his shoulders about racial 'or class discrim-'
:11 inAtion on the Canal Zone. 4 ?,,,r -,&;,,kt.kikk ,,t,tki.ki,,,,,k-k- it, k
!I, Ik,"1711e agitatIbilf'in the Lester Leon Greares4ase,bas ,fttePtiliipOin
;,,4 t, all along by aPanamanian Negro "Nene' reft'Bert and' ,ArtSs1-41The'
,,,! yiurpcise has been to embarrass the CanarZgne4eovernment-Wheri
,:, ;thtt isuaWAS put before the Foreign Ministrrofficiallef the Minister
!',. side-steimed it as he hew there was no legal grounds Off Which tO
, defend' the case., But. in hi cananaign of agitation against the Ca Ca'''s
'''s Ca'''s nal Pule. he steps' out and demand release.,of Greaves beeause the
0 '. Canal Zone' courts ahow discritnination in the' cage of an Ameriegn
t! soldier vs. a Panartlapliall girl.,' Greayea gets a little -enesideration
'' from' the' Foreign Office,of his eountry became, the Foreign Minister
s ,
,-; is in wrath over what happens in the-case 14 ajatin &I. ',',!--. :
!,,t,,, -. The Minister protested the tinfirlitiOr rif Conall.nneCrerlittlniOnli.
:il' Ile did this (at least that is what he aid in his letter to the ismer ismer,.
,. ismer,. lean Embassy) because one of his ,T,atin friends sail the rrredit
, f'', Unions- svere offering unfair competitinn to Panamanien inseceree
, fbusiness. I suppose' this'imfair competition is felt mnstio bst the in in,:
,: in,: -sureties crimpanv Of which Johnny Arias is !resident awl which
hp WOUld like to get a strangie.hold on American emoloyes, as it bas on
4 locat-rate employes through its loan tirannet. 1-, .P .,
:t 4.,',":;,'What about. the banks nneratine on the cling ze;e1 Didift nlow
-': eolne:into'being after the 193a treaty? Tt is plain why the. Credit
, Unions are attacked, but it onlv slowi the poor judginent Of the For For-
- For- ;).,, tign Minister -and his advisers. N 4 ,., ',, ,,,, ,,T, ;,-, ',,. ,, ,,,
1; -; ,, If the Foreign Minister is looking- for issues' which will make
' 1, him a popular presidential candidate in the next eleetiens. how about
4'. bavii!Oim :stop discriminating against mon Letins? How ebont his
, starting a campaign for cleaning un the slume of Chorrillo. Calido Calido,
, Calido, ilia and Rio Abajo?, How about aslring PPlifitrifillian mereharts along
s',1:,Sctral Avenue to change their lilv-white employment 'code? Mew
.
, ti.vii ut getting hie government to provide-lobrfArthfrthonsends who
if, ,are homeless and hungrY unable to get alvtiiine. to do? ' ''t.
. i 2 I 'admit thatdiscrimination- on the Canal Zone exists. But, I In Inn?
n? Inn? sist that discrimination in Panaina ,is, a rank: To be honest. there
, L L 4 e, a o 4.5 Apt in

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, is less' racial discrimination among whiteAmerieanq as reoards to
Negro Panamanians than there ig An be fotind between Vrinate.
!! Bovdss aristocratic chat (rabi blancosi and his countrymen of dark

skin. ',, '', , t,,4
,"- Americans on the Canal Zone are outgioWing thniti racial Pre Pre'
' Pre' Judices; the Panamanians like Minister Boyd are now loOking for ,a
scapegoat over whom to feel sunerior: hence tho Panamanian Cif
' 'West Indian origin (or the chombos, to him) And his tyne are treat treat11$
11$ treat11$ 414 with may even, sty, coriterripk,t find giyen second second114
114 second114 hand treatment. , ,
" If the government of Panama bas hist-grioe against the United
As States,, the Foreign Minister of, Ppnama if he be oronerly qual qualdi
di qualdi ified should look for legitimite issues to nresent to the,State
1 partment Political agitation will only hurt the cauie of Panama
mean the poor people of Panama who are the real-victitus of all this
4f 'political demagoguery; the defenseless Workers on the Canal Zone
:: who 'Must put up with the resentment of bosses caused by political
i i PTV!
The outburst of Senator Flood is an answer to the childish &t &to
o &to ;, tacks being made by Tanamats Foreign Minister 'on Canal Zone poi poi.
. poi. 1, limes. It will be interesting to see' who comes out of this slugging
A, snatch the winner. , ,
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Labor Nelvs
And
Comment'

ommumlini

By VICTOR RIESEL

There's a little local union made
up et mg town ratuo anu TV btu btudio
dio btudio technicians which really means
what it says -when it lights otr
shorter hoursit wants a 45-minute
hour.
This is Local 1212 of 'the Inter.
national Brotherhood of Electric Electrical
al Electrical Workers, whih hit the front
,pages last week when it struck
the -Columbia Broadcasting Sys System's
tem's System's studios in New York. When
the CBS channel flickered or went
'dark on some "shows, everybody
wanted to know just how long that
local has been around. -
- Well, the broadcasting field has
had good reason to know that
Charles Calame's local has been
around for a long time with some
mightly quixotic demands. The na nation
tion nation might to welt to watch this
1 corner of the "labor movement"
so the folks will know thpt here's
where it all reaUy started.
- 'Brother Calame has had his run.
in with the radio awl TV, executive
before, ,, ,
Some months hack' this,' union
asked the small radio statifts not
only for a four.day week, but for
a 28-hour weekwith 45-minute
,
hours. (' ";, i
Brother Calame -wanted his stu
dio technicians to rest 15 minuteS
out of everv 80. lie knew, of course
that his followes wouldn't need me medies!
dies! medies! attention for ulcers or ner nervous
vous nervous disorder if they simoly rested
IQ minutes' everytwn boors, as .1
their event 'radio station contract I
had At. ant Valatne also knew 01;4
smaller hours make for bigger
staffs. Tie, and all other studio ex experts,'
perts,' experts,' know that radio station
ean now ,,be run 24 hours a dpv
y just one man sitting akt controls
sym-eh run tan,. through the broad.
cast mechanist.
rds,tssk., nen run a matt nal
Wert( out of lust ono studio,. This
. et-settle, bssin ,ovo 0-sio Con' rim
, oilw maehines. but boa a voice,
too', and it mighty motliflogs ono
.1)
at that. .-- k:;, , -..
:Automation hat heen kicking at
Me door of the radio section, 'of
Brothnr 'Colame's tonal. There's
been some Intl' knockiqg, too, at
the 1,ar ef thp- hnionta Tv-studio
department., Word came that the
Crilitmbin Broadcastilic System
was rushing to meet a late-Anril
deadline by Whiell time CBS honed
to finish its first nilot taPe tele teleeastitte
eastitte teleeastitte unit. It' is beinv set un. at
the CAS Grand Central Studins in
NPW Yorle ,,,
This tape can do' for IeleviAn
whit the otkne plettronic tnne has
done. for radio,in melt the same
fashion., And In color, too, soon
enough. Aetors can record their
WvirPS Ond triages just abotit the
same way vou use a home tape
recorder. The moment. you low
tbr,,,otill ollee4. lt- l'i an he.., use& One
4-mestv-will -nbeNable' 'to handle the
stuff for broadcast where it now
Inkes four to, handle a film or a
kipeseene.'",'
A film Is made like ,' an otil
fashionet movie. A kinoo is'vounh
to th" 0-,,,t.,,,r-0,1A of .st uvp my
chew. Tivt bonof0 of lone, in addl.
,ttnn m f. 1,nino leee bitnvigive to
use sod w000esa,..,la thst Atm can
rbrar-s 'e 'Itip. Amu. hojnn, hrt-.d
cast 3 00a miles swat,' rut when
,,,,,, .,01.,;,-,oro,t; tt,,, tqrte. volt O'n't
tP11 00 tlifftworog,Irolvevi the' Can.
ne.4 'el;t0 gi,.,,t. tivx rya .043w,-
VI..., wkan rilla ma sound
that his roonibors' mioht Ingo

tm.t, 0. olehpijoill log illeal
Oil Ott Itttions. he wantgd
to mat', ete4Pin &het hI8 'goats
would hog lurisdiction over tho
too regarding on4 itg robrotel robrotelcasting.
casting. robrotelcasting. And so tho story'modo
448 roue48 import:the oxeorts.
that tho littio union really struck
e It could hPpttpin Icnr 0. colt
tinuaneo oe lob in the TV stu stu-
- stu- flolg ofAe.., to". intro.a.teCoki
that teS wasn't 'litany ,struck
41'storstuss: to aof highor 'wages.
This has sheen one of the most
drarnatie of a rash erf arit-Lawn.1
m8tion strikeo because it hit W.
Rut across thp country uninna In
more nrosalc' fields arP becinnine
tnorike againtt tho nlachtnp
'which rung nthei machinPx, For,
PNamnio: t the $ilf1WeQl the 'Ow'
tia3' Meat, bandiera union strork
'wave agoirtpr way, ftnti
irPn 'desseri the--eomnany for
Cuffing on beef earetttnt,
'',,,,There Is one thine thick doetn't
en-stse fn it,r AA
riet;biagtlian:freMPylt by, a
.ohine Apt. lodov.lw fin' otoefrio
Alt hip will make., uPg,t8
011,' nditn Wtitor
Ileuther,g- P9190110 tInInti, Pent.
thm A rT ,PM 1.molvos tho molt
nffentivp a tainst the impact
os"..t),8 04etrnnic brain at a spe special
cial special conference. '
,
ACIFIRCS -WILL-MARRY
s,oNnoN (ITI,)(Rionde Swerlith
actrets Mti ZAtterline who Once
asserted the had 'no use fnr
Marriaoek" i':kaid yesterday she
would tote hAr second' htlaban'l
Miss--Zetterling, 32
be tnprrita tn Fnglish writer
1.itm,ts, 28,, in a ,London
tgistry' offiCe. ,

l'AN1711 A7:rmcAs

1 LEY'S WAY--'rhe sketch above is not ',doodle. It is an "originar from the pen of rine of 0
America's greatest authorities on space, Willy Ley. it is his conception of a space station which
scientists now think will be orbiting 1,075 miles out before our present school children are gray r
beards. This doughnut-shaped "spinning wheel" type station is the type advcated by Wernher
: von Bratm, another space pioneer?' Lecturing in Cleveland, Ohio, in connection with his new
book, "Rockets, Missiles and Space Travel," Ley said that, unless there are new developments
: in rocketry, such a space station will be necessary before man lands on the moon. Nuclear
, ; energy now offers the best power sOurce to run the vehicle,' he says. His sketch shows a
, 'globular nuclear reactor at top with a disk df shielding underneath it. Arrow Indicates air
lock entrance sit bottom of cylindrical hub. Interior of wheel would provide rooM for accom accom1
1 accom1 modations, michinery and instruments.. Constructed in orbit? the satellite would circle the 4'
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earth in two hours at a speed of 4.4 miles per second. '-,

SPECIAL ROUND TRIp PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York stnd Return .... $240.00
.T0 Los Angeles and San Francisco and -1. '.4:
Returning from' Los Aegeles ...;, S2'7000
' To 'Seattle 'and Return, S365.00

'PANAMA '2-2904

Certainly.' it is a pathetic thing
that a 14-year-old kid has to jab a
guy fatally in the stomach to make
a Damon Runyon story come alive,
but it points up 11 Runybnesque
moral that started in the Bible.
'As we sow, etc.,' and "They that
live by the sword, etc."
When poor Lana's poor kid per performed
formed performed a Frankie-and-Johnnie bit
on :Lana's hoodlum boy friend -the
other week, I thought anew what
Ally business crime is, Here you
got a guy, Johnny Stompanato, a
gigolo, a hood, and former gun gunwearer
wearer gunwearer for Mickey Cohen. ,This is
a fine boci,uard, hey, that a 14-
year-old female kid shoves, a shiv
in him until he is very dead in indeed?
deed? indeed? if I were Cohen, ve-fire
the guy retroactively.
'
' There may have been some In Instances
stances Instances of crime -paying, but 11,
don't remember -many- Slick you
can, be, dapper .as a dude,,Fich as
pie, but you wind !upi on 4 t h al
marble slab, or in the 'can, If the
law doesn't get you, the tax pet),
ple do and if they don't pour own
guyi figure you're too hot end blow
you down. What a way to meke
living.,
I have known;'or know Cif, a pow power
er power of bums in the crime business,
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11 Pitch Biblical
17 Network garden
10 Soaring to7
2180 DWirmelainings 11 Summers
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22 Canuchin 10 Disencumber
,, monkey 20 Consumes
23 The brabanter 22 Dispatched
is a Germani 23 Dogs sce
of dog all over the
26 Slows up world
30 Edges 24 Mature .;
31 Units or 25 Exude

32 Cereal gi'ass
33 Roof Anial
34 Native of
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35 Carry (coll.)
30 Keeps back
38 Tardier
39 Rodent
40 Chum
41 Oriental,
guitar
444 984 BAH ul t4v1 e: err
51 Emploer
52 FDR'a dog
53 Young dog
54 Nostril
05 DIU
50 Abstract being
57 Instrumental
duets
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27 Underground 41 Divan
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28 Palm fruit' appellation
29 One who 43 Far off
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31 Canvas shelter 45 Elder sOn of
34 Prevaricator Isaac (Bib.)
35 Breed of dog 46 Go by alicraft
37 Biblical 47 Very (Ft)
mOuntain :49 Mimic
38 New Guinea 50 Payment
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from crooked cops to'jest plain
ordinary murderers, and they don,t
win. Charlie (the Luck) Luciano is
housemother to a bunch of unsuc,
'cessful rats, in Naples, the fallen
aristocracy of deported j?imps and
killers.'
, Frankie Costelln.doesn't have to
part his .hair any more, because
somebody 'tailed it or' him with
a- bullet, and -he'r been, more-4n
jail than out lately, Dear -departed
Uncle Alble Anastasia will nev never
er never need another bart)er, unless, his
'wizgriteed a 'feather' trim, because
the hired hooas who 'ended, h i s
rather effective career Us a murd,r-engineer
-stodd close enough to
hit the spittoon.,
-'1rhere was a time when Suksy
Segal was very large in the fash fashionatde
ionatde fashionatde boudoirs around Vegas and
Hollywood: but the Bur got a lit littoo,big
too,big littoo,big for his pink, pajamas
and somebody shot his eye otit with
a wvar-surplusrarbine At lhi time
Vitginia Hi11,1 in whose, house 4' he
played clay pigeon, had already
lammed to Enrone, 1
Poor,Uncle Millie Moretti had a
slight case of third.clegree syphilis
that loosened his tongue when,the
paresis set in, so somebody closed,
his babbling face with a slug. Prohl

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if kou like that sort of crook
- rrima ref for' I ,t;11,,
lime, in sleek, sPitingq pod 'monav
.th; 4,5;ivk: ,e1414:.- t4,0 end
-lobo EloPr,Ttoover, the:tax hov",
hnsinegs r" trusted', comia
p Moos get them all.- I
' And in' the ease of tile'
' Mr. Striablitato. 1111,ft peeled fo'i4
tihg rusrfAet b9,17e,1,4,0",-.(Zsvol,eseir
.n;ps' s' 14-yeat-oll an4 1
1-;4chens lr,it'e' so "nelt'tt, nven' bad
, the' price tag pastel, on

RIONTEN POST OPFICEi
, ,ItnylleNV (17'01 -- Po StMagtOr
GOneral Ernest'Marples yesterday
ortered Proal"'s-drlb nost off:rev
neinted, and eleaned in an effort
"Ili eat 0,,r, thA, look that tnaket
tivOtnail -behind the eounter
ne,r.t'v-;b7 trarq
TAPITIeq P0111" gired that
'on'..r,laay lost offieeq )ook,o1'
"oloomv- warebonsel .brown.
tiled Oblie lavatories," t

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;,...- ,. , i cflovnesijzeraeril augilewioeuvladblheavo.eccubrreemd
..- in Noscow and New York I a s t
, ,, , week. They iilustrated the new
look in American-Russian r e I a a,
, a,
- -, ..'- - - In New-York; a jam .-packed
- - crowd filled the Metropolitan 0-
, pera House as 1500 waited in the
, , ,street outside to cheer, the Moise Moise."
." Moise." yev Ballet.' Russian youngsters
6r.-- r romped over the stage in w i 1 d,
,.! -: ,, ,, 1.-, ,-,,,:,,, ---:, ",'- beautiful native dances,: got cur cur.
. cur. tam call after, ciutain call. The
, ,. ,,
-, PP acatA0' , Soviet flag hung beside the Stars
I
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. 4 , ', ., and Stripes. Tickets sold for $15
,, 1 ... ..' apiece, yet were unobtainable.
,t44.0t The Opera House is sold out for
,, a solid three 'weeks.
'' SiMultaniolualy; in' ., '3fosco-W 'a.
ler trim the pen of One of
tion of a space station which ..
young Texan received roaring
' ..;'. plaudits from a Russian crowd.
snt school children are grant
s. type advecated by Wernher t Thousands -Stormed the 'concert
hall to hear Van Cliburn, son of
in connection with his new 0,
there are new developments. .. 0. an oil company official, play his
Ms on the moon. Nuclear way into the hearts of the Bus
pays.. His sketch shows a man people and come off with
h it. Arrow indicates air '1. top, honors In the International
Tchaikovsk Pian0 contest
SimultaneYously in Wash'initon,
Sohn Foster Dulles charged that
'eul-sdaPtmelivitiedewrrultildtcirrealeeetrilbe... ,:,,i ,
. Russia had, .!ldebauchen't .ann
' 'ilt"- "prostitutedp-diplomatit Machine:
,
. . .. , .. .. ,, drt oyel Imt hif asoenrbdEi iptuntrigegorpa anaw I ng oa: nundmds a, Int ,,w- u. ipsthsuihree pchohon el.: vel re is te.e r..onrtee- eed,,i,
)s .-..- 1 ...,... 1.1 ,T. '. IA ,-
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. sent our, official. relations -with
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- : . Russia to a newlow just as 'our
, . -'-' .: ...- ; ,'; 1,-, ..!!'' tinofficial relations :with.; i Russia
c r
, , On Oa concert- and -dance ',stage.
ably Uncle M Anastasia, ', w h 0 reached a neW' high.' 4.-! '. ,-
bought a' poetic justice perform- -1 4(. i.,,, ,,, -,:- .f't '.. ..-;
once in the barber's chair, silent Dulles May be so close to his
the boys as a public service. own old-fashioned type of diplo.
--' M Capone once beat a gentle. macy that he may not realize the
man friend to death with a ball new modern diplomacy of people peoplebat,
bat, peoplebat, but the income-taxers and a to-people friendship is winning
certain spirochete finished his wet- xictories in preventing war. ..
lipped .smile. He and Big Jim Co. 'For the crowds that cheered
losimo, and all the gay kids from Van- Clinburn ,of Kilgore, Tex.Vor
the. St., Valentine'e,Day massacre' hsaimw phriamis
would not easily ans-vet 0.011, to
must be having endless'. amusing
fight the tlnitedStates,, I, .... .1
e(11;11.1 el 11. re Ri I:1;Z trt' phreeasrsd,
conversation; wherever they 'are.
' They.' are a, pathetic lot, really,
': AD'I.Ai'S'BABREN BE-AN i'...
the hoods. They have a great pea.
sant's yen for.respectability, for a.'
'Foley, foriner'7Uncl' e'rse''';re'.
rose-covered conscience ,i in t h e -ce,rto'scis
tary of the Treasury who put' a
country, and are' invarinbly Ithineidr
to theirwbhildren, indulge
the big $100-plate dinner for
earpSlarttz-blonde
Stevenson thinkinrshimIor play.
,,from Truman, w'rote a letter, to Adlai
.midivsetrstsitnsesa'jkdeis(Tiethetelyg
the tatnilY:-Therpant for affection
ing second fiddle, by apeaking in
and rarely ket it (unless they ,bity
the lowen room of the' Sheraton
it ....and then they don't want Ot
. . .., ,,, ,. inAhe main. ballroom.- , ....L.,
, ., .,...- ..4,-., I-Park Hotel while Truman spoke
:very ,bard.., ,l: .. ,

TneY'. live An constant fear,4 nd 1 ,',7,17,..1).11 saved '117 SealPt". Ote

matter how bi- they are beca
a man cannot always be bulwark- 'Stevenion, .0tf; has wmore hu humor
mor humor than- imi' :hi hair;' :w t o t e
.eri brim, oterp4i-, he must g6 to back , ;.:x,":,,,1,,,, ..., ,
the barber or 'to the gent's room.
and. any ,buck ,punkcan't !Mock ,'"I sa,yeA4tinr, 'tcatpo- Then how
2)
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, I Foley ,' ,,',, : - 7,--
'him?'ff:' k ''' I ''' kr' '' ' naepecitmtAtivinthorgeff11417-ana,yPoieucit .(11-fr-iit...,;,i
. FIGHTING' MISSISSIPPI ...
i The Dunk will be found SterlcAri
' parking,lot somewhere as, part ,' '' Z.: I '' ''''''. l' ':'
of his soldier's DOT. but in tthe
Northernere lusually, (nssociate
n3eantima Big Daddy's organizing ,'" !- ::Yo9pv.
,a,rie.,,M,ttp. ganle with Hell'A an. - .- '-'4 1k'
gels.'Therris-litertiltili&plaice for
people, the late roOtin'-tootin' Sen.
them to hide. even Orison. because Mississippi witii 'cottoil, ',,.colored
you ean-buy it, 'homemade knife ator Bilbo, and cigar r,!-, 'chewing
made in Alison-mighty, easy. t 'cite
Sen. Jim Eastland. , ,
Ilicirard Loeb. Leopold's murder- What Northerners don't know is
ous ,boy friend.' ,t, r -, ., i-
,, k . ....,. ,;,, ,,, -, : that Mississippi has developed one
o the outstanding governors o
As a more or 'Jess innocent a astaging
staging astaging a vigorous battle. to pre,
the SouthJ.' P.' Coleman, n o'w
broplr,,IAmeo lowerefil ot bonn,0 on
Irma' vent the White Citizens, Councils
Luciano in Havana and got '",611x
from ,,becoming official,,propag an.
nainfillig fleportNt.'eausino
pain to his social connections- in
Albany. N.Y. Thet same year, ilist ,, :
bo aecident, I might ho4 killer
Charlie y neky e, e07-9 timeS ,tn ,' -,r.', ''" ', ,e- ,':V.01,: -.:,
Canri and 'in Rome., rate nearly t k
haft vo rooming tirPther. and hri- N1TE
,
never, .i,aw, .1 was the guy w h o D,, FRU!
,,,r0c1704 hfs rasing to 1-turn fn PIO iN .':,., '1, ,'' '., ' 'z..... '4
Ftete yie Pavans, We used to (,.; '' WI

WASHINGTON' Events which' da agents of Mississippi cities
five years ago would have be?n and counties.
considered unbe ieVable occurred The Mississippi Legislattlre ha
in Noscow and New York last been discussing plan to raise &-
week. They illustrated the new round ;200,000, then turn it over
look in American-Russian r e 1 it- to the White Citizen Councils for
bons. - propaganda to combat integration.
In New-York; a jam -13acked This would make the White Cid,
crowd filled the Metropolitan CL zens COuncils an official arm of
pera House as 1500 waited in the the State of Mississippi.'
street outside to cheer, the Moise- Coleman; battling the Legisla Legislayev
yev Legislayev Ballet.' Russian youngsters hire against the measure, warn warnromped
romped warnromped over the stage in w 1 d, ed: "We are repeating step by
beautiful native dances,:got cur- step the- same performance lhat
tain call after ctutain call. The destroyed us once before.?
Soviet flag hung beside ,the Stars He pointed out that the Sob of
and Stripes. Tickets sold for $15 running -the State of Mississippi
apiece, yet were unobtainable. must be in the hands of officials
, t oun on tat hnr see wqi rue irrraeebcdiaetl t aon co ettho pue nr itpvetaoot pet, heg re ogauonpvds.
The Opera House is sold out for elected by the people 'and subject
a solid three:weeks. , ,
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Simultaneously; in 3foscow
beWcohma te Co loft ie;mi n pfreoanrasg al sn dtah a at gtehne
young Texan received roaring ernment for money spent.
plaudits from a Russian crowd.
Thousands StorMed the 'concert White Citizens Coimcils will first
hall to hear Van Cliburn, son of
an oil company official, play his cies of ,thestate, then be given
way into the hearts of the Rus law-enforcement power, so that
sian people and come- off with state government is Put in the
top honors In the International hinds of a, few; unelected by tbe
Tehaikovsky Inane contest. state, t ,
,
Simultaneously in Washington, The Governor has lost the first
Sohn Foster Dulles charged that round.. The lower Mississippi Leg.
Russia .,hact.., ,f4debauchedff and islature has passed the White Ct.
"prostituted'diPlomatie 'Machine: Wens Council and the Senate
ry for propaganda-. purposes.-,, has voted it out ofcommittee for
'His bitter words, 'Which referred !oki debate early next week.
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stalled installed as the vustodian of, :the
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IS SO MS 00 WASIIINGTON Events which 1 da agents of Alississippi citie 1
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. tdered unbe ieVable occurred The MississIppi Legislatilre ha
m Noscow and New York 1 a s t been discussing plan to raise a
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week. ThAemyerillicuasotlautesdsiatho er elle:. troouthnde k12010itee00,citthzeeno tcurononietilsofvoerr
thprrhicoeo pssiaetglaatonaeudniatda; tbhoitacitlisoksenniisghstiahpttephiien.1,t:ehegareagticiso: an.ti.
I b I rrb iti4 ; ...A 1 I '.,' ',- ri 0 4- .,.''.. .1 There's a little local union made ,-,, -. ..
ru -,,,-- --.. e ,,., up La olg.town ramo anu TV btu- , ,
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- - 0 -- ,s what it saYs 'when it lights otr
taheainsastmethpee:tormanee
I ' A MLNISTER'S RLCORD --- - s or er ours7-it wants a 45-min-
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Honuustseidaeatol5rhewera
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This is Local 1212 of the Inter-, i, f ..-
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vsethrteurion,gee stage m w i 1 d, ed. We are repeating ste. b
'tivReusdsaiannces
, -fie Mot ,.. d g . 44 g leasure, warn.
The chatges being hurled by the Minister of- Foreign Affair. it al Workers, whih hit the front 3 r, :o gu on t a te eu rr s
delisteropyeeidateuds eountcethbaetlotrhee.'" Jo. h- --,011:
igainst, Me Lnited States Government and. the Saull,,Zone, .author- ,pages
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last week when it struck ,z, ,., ,, -,,,,,,,.:,,, ,,
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itieg-of lad of-tompliance with treaty .obligations-and racial dis, the --Columbia Broadcasting Sys Sysurtbesaiidne
urtbesaiidne Sysurtbesaiidne ,rtahlie. StTanres
trimination, would seem to me to have Petter taste if they were tem's studios in New York. When ,, ,, ., ,
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Made by some Minister whose record is not is spotteCas is tha the CBS thannel flickered or went , ,, .. ,, A -..,. ..,,, , , :,.. "'of ", : t. ,.-, ,4 ., s and Stri T
, ,. pes. Ickets sold for $15 running -the State of Mississippi
the demogogic gentleman with presidential ambitions. .. m''.;' dark on some "shows, everybody -, --,,,,I. ''.- A .,, ,- , ..: 1, ,.. ,.,-, A. i ; i -,,,,. Llt, , ,. a
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p ece, yet were unobtainable. must be in the hands of officials
'-tIPPose we look ever the follewing inddents. involving this, i .. wanted to know just how long that SI i
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istev- ' , t' :' '', ?'s .' i;'", .. local has been around.. ,, '-
, a solid three.weeks. , ., tit their rop211 ',At ss4,.4.- 8I1 Ject
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. sPecially designed fpr,--the -Canal beheved the royalties' paid Free
,'"'',5,? ; ; i' STOCKHOLM,-",,,SWeden -ftIp) '... sus most. on iliiiss ma main me e, a...mimes., milk' Zone and BHS and l believe it port were toe' high and were try'.
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-''',". ''''' ' '' .E peen heavyweight champion ' ,' , - - I torium tha is to be built. The se. Dunng the negotiations, Free.
ngemat Johansson of Sweden to I : i "'eve,,.,,'''''" ',.,,,'' 01 ll' r' 11 '-''' '' I
n't tors seem to be a little dismay- eort's president : Langbourne M.
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meir willie ,Pastrrino o$ New 1 ;011100. liolP ed 'at this year's senior gift ',and Williams hired -former FBI seent
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4 SO don't seem to be too interested Edward Dagan to investigat,e e5r
, 1., - 3 bout; next Summer in Stockholm I in paying their dollar. And 'I have non. ...-- t ... .- --, , ., 2
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, a '. I . or Gothenburg.. Edwin Ahlovist, ra t
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or, gai, t say is that I paid my dollar and Bey-non told tlie s
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, 1 Jobansson's mantger, said Tues. 1 - -' - ' '' , ,''. 1 I think it is the least thl senior the investigation; conducted in his 'VISITOR' Among the vlsi,i
s'''" 7 -,' ' . ' '''' ". '' ' I day he has 'gotten tentative ton. .- .' I stalt:- .. using' f.' ,trutlittri-- se,g'...,-,:p,'.. ana ,, 2 class of 1958 can do. ,You d tlunk hometown in Nebra!ka,, made all tors : in Panama ",-, today is,
' I: -,,- ' '," ., ', ,' &melon from Angelo Dundee, ', 1 .---- '. '2 when
I .. it was their Me that we were ask- s o r en s p
- '' ' - I hi Id f I d sus icious of. him
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, sue a bon i Inc. manufacturers of .; the
:George -Thery (above) ',assist.r"
' iant exprt, manager o,f Clairol..
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. , ;, .1., 1 rii...... sexually caused ono" end rashes tun up, .. s: ing day of the BHS Chess Club. '. -, '.
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,., ., 11 :,,, GET, PIDIRAL OK - I for 1 Moss said -the Investigation- ob.
' k,': In bet 7 daYe Your skin baghte tet holt soft; -.-I -, They will he making plans have. gained wide accepta
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; ; ; ', -.. . ''.. 1 $ .'.: ' BIRMINGHAM, Ala- flrir) I lit" ... bleu; deaf taloa, Get Gutiami soap old i, 1 their party which is an armual viously ,, was un e a en e .,,,
. ., 1- ,...... .: , -.... Southern Natural, ', Gas. Co. said -.pew" ; .,,,, '',,. ff d ti th ti "h of tti g i f r tion for- 111 I he for several
w ,rema n re
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'' on-, the local, market. Thery
f- .! '':'' .,',.-., ('!'.,.; :,...;:;,! YesterdaY it Has 'eceiverl A', go- I '''' Ointment s4 oluegisteright away-and, de try g vities... The way it was last yler intithidation or blacknial.l." ,-, :tif:, .. ,tdhaeysloccoani dmucatriknegLiti-usrtiundgy.holts ,:
- ': ill '. '''' '..,.:,,,, ---4:' ''',-., ' .. ahead from the Federal Power 1 (e' 1 new Cuticura' 'Weans and new. greaselesir II was that the girls ,brought the food But Williams, who ,will: tes Y
: ,." '''' "''' ;.-,. i -' A i'-' ',,-' ,'''t ''. ''' ,.? ', '''' '''''-A, 4' Commission' to brilM S39,800,000 of ,, '1,11 ''
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, paid for sodas for everyone. thought had never. entered his A. L. Pert's' c c
..,,,. :Got ,. vcorel.M,ediceted,, II,. ow. ; -::.,,, i sod. t he boYs ell chipped in And iater, told newsmen such .(, a' star he wilaln bieh. thloce agiudesisttrolf. '1
it .,:x. ::::: f : t'11-4,, :7 . 'ans.. The IrPC' also ,bas accepted 1
' ' ... .,,.... k.1 the comosny!s substitute smaller .,. ; . ,,, , . ,., 1 -,', This six weeks of swimming is mind. ,' '-', , ,,,,-;.2,',' ',,,,, b.uto, r .of !, Clai,rol, pro, ducts, ,
', Over pow. A 'little. bit of water -, -,- , -, :. , : ', y ; - ;
, ballet WAS taught arid it, was, a , , , ,
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CUTICUIRA 1
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bloW fs' ily automatic YsIs Torgus ;,. iSelf-adjusting hydraulk wheel
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'' VI ' junior.Senior banquet to b held . power demand in mounted directly to each drive wheel
opens to i
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''. r'S a'S''''," .I. , 0 -- st ,,-- .., Maxima soothes diaper rash...". '
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PleallIBIEBEIONNNOIMOW
Nib
be held on Mai 3 at 12:30 at the
moroou,OLicers1 Club.
,Lutetiaiument at the loclieon
Will be provided 'by a choral
group from: BaLboa Flighl School.
Ali College Club memners, their
iuests, and all college', women of
tne isthmus are invited. Reserve
tions, may be made by. calling
Mil. Fred Weade at Balboa' 3193,
Mrs. Daniel Faolueel at Balboa
2924 or Mrs. F. W. Robinson at
Balboa 315. Reservation will be
accepted through May, s,
British Council Presents
Bare Book to Library
The British Ambassador, S I r
hn Ilenderson, on behalf of the
British Council, presented a well.
known edition of Shakespeare to
the Director of the National Li Library,
brary, Library, Miss Ana Maria Jaen, for
the use cd the library. pres
entation ihavinade ht.' the Brains.
11 Watt,'
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0; '-i".1$t
For fittissi nourishment at
cost' give your dog wholescime
,,Ken-1.04tation.-..,11 enjor
choice cuts ,ol. horse meat ins
spected by the V.& Ooyermieni
to guarantee quality. 'These tens
der, juici, pieces of. lean led
meat are tas.q. and -wholesoine.
Vtompleto
food. Your-dog:need ent notbing
' else. ,
ddisi food should be al
' tasty and nourishintat yout
' own; So get Ahriity,',11,3w,dtful
KenpL-Ration today! .4,4 ,tt
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I a't 12:30 at :thle
Club.
at the Itmcheon la
'by a choral 111
ma School. 114
memocrs, their ul
:ollege, women of so
invited. Reserve ti
ade by- calling u
1 at Balboa' 3193,
lucci at Balboa v
W. Robinson at 11
gvatioss will. be
May, L el
resents h
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stassador, S I r 1
MI behalf of the 12,
presented a well. 14
! Shakespeare to
the National Li- 11
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Visits Nicaragua -
The Ambassador of Nicaragua
in Panama, Mariano Barreto For Fortocarrem,
tocarrem, Fortocarrem, left on, Tuesday for Ni Nicaragua.
caragua. Nicaragua. During his -absence the
EmbassY, will, be in charge. of
Lie, Virgilio Perez Balladares.:
Miss Becky Esser, Nonet,
Studnt At Concordia College
Misa Becky Esser, daughter of
the superintendent of Canal Zom
schoola and Mrs. S.L'Esser, has
been named art honor student at
Concordia College, Moor hes d,
Minn. She was one of 39 sopho sophomores
mores sophomores who received scholaatic rec.
ognition at-the college.--
John Flowers Pledged
Te Pi Kappa Phi
John Holder Flowers, son of
MVr. and Mrs. Emest Flow Flowers,
ers, Flowers, 759-A Barnebye St. Balboa,
ha sbeen installed as a ledge in
Beta Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa
Phi, social.fraternity on the cam campus
pus campus of Florida Southern College,
Lakeland, Fla.
NCO Club.
',Scheduled to start at 8 p.m.,
the dinner dance is for members
and their husbands. The mistress
of ceremonies will be Mrs. Joan
Recently elected officers' for
the next six months, who will be
installed are Bunny Rhodes, pres.
ident, Leora Hoover, vice presi.
dent; Mlle Harper, secretary
and AIDA Chapman, treasurer.,
Reservations for the dinner
dance may be made by calling
Gloria Metrick Kcibbe 4141
rJayne Pergcsoir, at Kobbe 81,95,
'American Legion Singe '7'
,Farty For Gorges Patients
1 The American tegion',,Auldila.
ry, Unit 1, Dept.' of Femme, On;
ducted their, reguhr monthly bia-I
go party for patients it Gorgas
Hospital Is the ,Red Crost lounge
last week. 'Mrs Mary Becker
and Mrs. Dorothy Knox were the
hostesses for the evening. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments of cake and 'punch -were
served'. Prizes were awarded to
the many, lucky winners among
the patients.
Orchid Chapter, 0.E.S.
Will Held Charity Bali t
-The annual charity ball a n d
card party ,sponsored py 'Orchid
Chapter No. 1, 0.E.S., will be
held on Saturday evening, from
S until, 12 at the Tivoli Guest
Meuse. Proceeds from this affair
will go to the Chapter's chart.
There will 'bp a. door prize of a
sterling silver tea and coffee
service, as well as individual ta.
ble prizes, Tickets, at 1:00 p e r
person, may be purchased from
any member or it the ,1111 yell
Guest 'louse on the evening of
the affair. The public is invited to
attend.
Soot 'Passible - !."
STOCKHOLlf,''..Swedeir(DP)
Negotiations,. kare underway. -' for
'European heavy.weight champion,
Johansson of Sweden to'
. Pastrano New
()reigns, inr a heavyweight
bout, next amine? in Stockholm
' or Gothenburg; : Edwin Ahlovist,
Jobansson's, manager, said !roes.'
day 'he has 'gotten tentative ton.
'fitmation from Antelo Dundee,
one of Pastrano s andlers, fet
!such: a bout
'OETI 011311RAL OK
BIRMINGHAM, .Ala;. (up)
Southem Natural, Gas, Co. said
yesterday it Has kceived go goahead
ahead goahead from the Pederal Power
COM:flints:M. tb beiM $39,800,000 of
,new faellities In Southern Loulat
Ina.. The PTC., also las accepted
the company'tv substitute smaller
rate increase for Mississippi,' Ma
hams, Georgia and South. Caro.
lina wholesale customers, it, was
anneOnced.''.;,,
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LJUBLJANA, Yugoslavia (UP)
a-Russia, angered by sharp criti
clsm of Kremlin policy, led a sat.
ellite walkout yesterday from
the Yugoslav Communist Cohgress.
Rut Poland's observer remained
to bear a Yugoslav leader con condemn
demn condemn Moscow's "senseless' at attempts
tempts attempts to pressure Yugoslavia in into
to into line.... -
. Plish Ambassador Henri Gu Guholosky
holosky Guholosky defied the walkout and
even applauded at the end of Yu Yugoslav
goslav Yugoslav Vice President Aleksander
- ,
DONALD S, ROCKWELL
, ,6
Blobhan McKenna, who after
scalmg atelar heignts Enguina
and her ,native Ireland brogued
her ivay to American stardom as
the Maid -"Saint ;On", and
veteran television actor Art Car Carney;
ney; Carney; now making, his 'Broadway
deout, are-superb ut a stark Irish IrishAmerican
American IrishAmerican drama, Rope Dane.
ere", set in New:fork at the turn
of the century. ,,--
A gifted 11-year-old, Barbara-L'I.
len Ayers, portrays a strangely
handicapped, child with gripping
realism- Joan Blondell's breezy
characterization of s wholesom
neighbor adds i lighter touch fai
a rather grim play. -1
This powertul drama at Henry
Miller's Theater centert arcimd a
hard woman who finds in her mar.
riage ,to a lovable but shiftless
dreamer" the bitter brew of disil disillusionmest,
lusionmest, disillusionmest, with only ,a dropof
rememaered sweeness at. the bot
tom of the cup.
Trott thenumber of autographed
photos on the walls, it is easy to
see that the Fsmous Kitchen st 318
West 45th is a favorite restaurant
of stage Wk. But they aren't the
only ones who have ,discovered
the good food and conviviaL at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere that attract so limy
from the audience- side of -, the
footlights for deliciously satisfy
ing before.theater dinners.
' It Is such a busy, popular plaee
that ,,, gracious hosts Tommy ant
John are kept on the jump greet
ing patrona, famous and otherwise.
, Panel nurrostrighten the walls
and a mirrored telling over the
ornate bar creates a. novel optical
illusion of hinidreds Of' glitteribg
bottles overhead. Roast beef here
is thick, tender' and fiavorfuli
steaks are excellent too. Manicoot Manicootti
ti Manicootti indtveal cutlet Parmigiad are
two iof the house specialties. This
is one of those places people come
back sto again and again.. ,
"The, Body Beautiftd" at e
capacious Broadway Theater is a
pleaaing modern musical with
breezy dialog, tinkling topical
tunes, lively choreography and
a novel setting, for beauty' f and
brawn the 1:abulous world of
prize.fighting. Thirty.seven talent talented
ed talented actors, singere ind dancers stir
up plenty of mirtip and molody,
with fancy footwork, ,
Seventeen snippy Conga' are ht
troduced in la last-paced scenes,.
shifting from fight-prornotor's of office,
fice, office, gym, steam bath, playground
and stadium to training eamp,
dressing room and boxing' arena,
Proficient headliners are 'Mind
Carson, JackMarden and' Steve
Forrest: ably supported. by, ton.
nio Sttin, Mara loynr, and Barba.
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Moscow for interfering in Yugo Yugoslav
slav Yugoslav internal al;airs...
Rankovic was the second Yugo Yugoslav
slav Yugoslav leader in two days to blast
the Kremlin bloc. President Tito
Tuesday attacked as "shortsighted
and tactless" the Moscow-led te teforts
forts teforts to get his cotmtry back into
the Soviet bloc.
Joining in yesterday's walkout
'movement were Soviet Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Ivan Zemcevsky,' East Ger German
man German Minister Eleanore Steiner
and diplomats from Bulgaria and
Romania all representing their
nations as "observers" at he
meeting which was boycotted by
satellite Communist parties.
The satellite envoys slipped out
of the Congress durtsg a recess
alter apparently getting a pre preview.
view. preview. o fRankovic!s ,remarks to an
advance press copy of his speech.
They spent the rest of the day
walking and' talking,. abouVwthe
grounds. .) ,
In an obvi4 referenei to Rus RusRankovic
Rankovic RusRankovic spoke. of 't hose
"who'make their. main. task inter interference
ference interference inthe internal affairs of
Yegoslavia,"
He said gie East blOe was' "attempting-
tO sharpest' anew the old
and rusty weapons' of the Comin Cominform".
form". Cominform". against' Yugoslavia."'.-'
1 It was the Ccithinform. that. Was
used by Stalin. to 'cast Yugoslavia
adrift from the international au&
sian.led brand of Communism.
, Isolation, ittmplett. 1:
, In ros concluding paragraph,
whick, did not appear' in the ad advance
vance advance texts, Rankovic also charg charged
ed charged that "some responsible people
,the East, In a senseless 'and
sterile 'way, are trying to isolate
the-Yugoslav League of Commu Communista."
nista." Communista."
His speech bristled with similar
rejoinders to Moscow's month.
long -attempt to fere, Tito tO
bring his program back into line
with the Soviet bloc.'
"- Tito had branded these at attempts
tempts attempts as ,"absurd" Theaday end
pledged that Yugoslavia would
continue its ,policy of "co exist existence"
ence" existence" between the East and the
West'blocs. Tito lad'also praised
the,United States for its aid and
said U.S.-Yugoslay relations were
founded on "mutual respect" and
"non.interference."
Only a few hours after Tito
spoke,, Soviet Central Committee
Secretiry Peter Pospelov chatged
in a Moscow address that the
Yugoslav Communists were trying
"to weaken the unity of the so socialist
cialist socialist countries.",...,'.
e In Warsaw, however, the officiil
Polish Communist newspaper Try Trybun
bun Trybun ,Ludu Wednesday published a
long editorial call ng for the
"further developments of friendly
relations between our'country and
the Yugoslav League of 4mmu
nists.ne
LEAVES EMPLOYEE MONEY
' LONDON, (UP) Jonathan
Peace, att. SS-year-old lardener.
left 2,800 to his' titled employr
when he died last December, it
was disclosed', yesterday. Peace
had tended the gardens of the Chet
wynd Mate in North,Walves fol
36 years and when hedied he left
tbe bulk of big nearly $4,00n es
tate to JOIM Viscounttso chet
wyncte
AT THE SCENE
liASADENA,, Calif.. (IIP)--Motorcycle
officer Walt Kilgore stood
by helplessly as he listened to the
police radio repeatedly order him
to go to a fire at Lincoln Avenue
and Idaho 'Street Reuon he
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celirme slimed be submitted in
me-written torts end 'nailed to
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
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lercetings cannot be accepted 1W
oilphone.
Canal Zone Gem
And Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem and Mi Mineral
neral Mineral Society will hold their April
meeting on Friday night, at 7:30
p.m. at the Gem and Mineral club clubhouse
house clubhouse in the Pier 18 area in Bal.
boa. Anyone interested in rocks
and minerals, pr any phase of the
lapidary art, are cordially invited
to attend this meeting.
Soroptimists to Hold
Election of Officers
The Mar luncheon meeting Of
the Soroptimist Club of Panama
will be held at 12:30 May 3, at
the El Panama Hilton. Members
are-reminded that the annual e election
lection election of officers will take place
at this meeting, and that it is
closed to guests. 4.. s'
Tuesday morning :at 10:15 the
school was dimissed for a basket basketball
ball basketball pep rally which was held in
the gym. ,
The cheerleaders really put a
lot of work and effort into the
success ot that pep rally because
they had built a huge imitation
of a black cooking pot, or kettle,
and then as they explained the
ingredients that go into the mat mating
ing mating of a good basketball team,
they put the players in the cooking
Pot ,
It sounds terribly confusing
khow, for you would have had to
be there to really understand what
I am trying to explain. Anyhosss,
aftet, stirring up the ingredients
in the pot, the mixture was sup supposed
posed supposed to be a fine basketball team
and that is exactly what BHS has.
However,,BHS is lacking in school
sphit as was obviously noted in
this last pep rally of this school
year. The siprit was so, poor
that it certain r did not leave ,a
'good memory of BHS, pep rallies
to' we seniors who won't be here
next year..
, ,Prhaps if 'competition cheers
had been started at the beginning
of the pep rallY, the spirit would
have been much; better. Compe
tition cheers are when the lovier
classiness try to cheer loud as
they can and' thus out.cheer the
upperclassmen in, of course, two
k separate cheers, can't resist ad adding,
ding, adding, that the upperclassMen us usually
ually usually winr
AThe Future Teachers of Aeri Aerica
ca Aerica are making big plants for their
last meeting of this year. It will
be held on May 13. 'The parents
of the members are invited, in ad addition
dition addition to a few of the faculty, who
ar einterested in the type of work
this tlub is doing.' Each member
is going to speak on what he has
done to aid the club in any way.
The' meeting will be' held in the
Balboa High School library. Pins
will be awarded to those members
who,,have done enough work in
the club to merit wearing one.
They are 'gold and have the em emblem
blem emblem of the Future Teachers of
America Club on it.
Plaintive pleag are being made
tO the senig,1 to pay their dollar
for the senwr giftr It is lb flag
specially designed 4r:the -Canal
Zone and BHS and believe it
will be displayed in the new audi auditorium
torium auditorium tha is to be built. The se-1
niors seem to be a little dismay dismayed
ed dismayed 'at this year's senior gift and
so don't seem to be too Interested
in paying their dollar. And 'I have
t say is that I paid my dollar and
I think it is the least the semor
class of 1958 can do. You'd think
it was their ate that we were ask asking
ing asking them to flive upl
Tomorrow is a business meet meeting
ing meeting day of the BHS Chess Club.
They will be making plans for
their party.' which is an arusual
affair to wind Up the year's acti activities.
vities. activities. 'The way it was kat year
was that the girls ,brought the food
and the boys all chipped in and
paid for sodas for everyone.'
This six weeks of swimming is
Over now. A 'little. bit of water
ballet wal taught and it was a
lot of fun, We learned such stunts
as: front layout, back layout, the
log roll, the porpoise, the dol dolpiun,
piun, dolpiun, the corkscreW,' marching in
thkwater, the ballet leg, and the
tub., It's Jots of fun to tool around
with it and it may tame in useful
later, who knows?
The boys are having a big golf
tournament this Saturdry at the
Summit Hills golf course. Coach
Hoene has 'arranged for them to
have the course for four hours.
He is sorry that he did not know
sooner that k few girls in BHS
play golf betatise he wouid have
liked to have a ladies mght in this
tournament..Two friends of mine
Fairlee, Skinner and, Linda Long Longmore,
more, Longmore, play goe. So if there are
any other of you gins who do NO'
golf, why don't you contact one
of the girls mentioned? Maybe
something ceuld be arranged.
,
Friday night, April 25', is tlie
junior.Senior banquet to be held
at the Army.blavy I'm not
going to say much about it now
tor next week I shall write a great
deal about the banquet. But I, do
know this; last year I &ended
the said banquet and had .the
most delicious steak dinner I ever
bad in, ml Wel ",
WILL INSTALL, REACTOR
TUCSON, Ariz. (UP)The Uni University
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85,500, 1958 Corvette Sports car.t, Patrolman Frank Al7LtOrlit),-
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WASHIN TON (UP)A govern.
ment official broke down and
cried yesterday whileItelliall a
Congressional coirinlitte4 'how a
private firm investigated his back background
ground background and made even his, old
friends suspicious, .-
Ira to.130116A,speelit assistant
to the chief of the General Serv Services
ices Services Administration (GSA), testi testi:ied
:ied testi:ied before' a House' governthent
operatione subcommittee on his et.
forts to sell the government-owned
Nicaro nickel plant in ,Cuba.
Rep. John E. Mors (D-Calif.),
chairman of thi full committee,
said the investigation of Deynon
smacked of "intimidation or black blackmail."
mail." blackmail." He said some aspects of it
should be studied by the 7:Jubtiee
Department. ,
Car0' bre IS purchased from
Freeport. Sulphur, c), of New
York. Beynon and General Serv Servicef
icef Servicef Administrator Franklin Floete
beheved the royalties' paid Free Freeport
port Freeport were too' high and were try.
inn to negotiate a pew contract.
During the 'negotiations, Free FreePort's
Port's FreePort's president Langbourne M.
Williams hired former FBI agent
Edward Dagan to investigate Bey.
Beynon told the subcommittee
the investigation, conducted in his
hometown in Nebraska, made all
his old friends suspicious of him,
He wept severaltimes duking his
testimony.
1 Moss said-the Investigatimr ob.
viously ,, was undertaken in' the
"hope of getting information ,for
Intimidation or blackmail."
' But Williams, who testify
later, told newsmen such ; a
thought had never entered his
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thorades d yt.,,,er,,ay that a
less cdr-,t r
and kcd s 13,3, earold son al,d,
then commi,I,ed suicide during a!
wild gunbattle vith police that re-!
suited in the death of a deputy,,
sheriff
Those Llled in the shoct'ne
were Charles Seytert, 33, descr,dd!
td by his wife as a mental case;i
bis son, Tommy, and Deputy sher-I
iff Robert Schultz, 34.
Seyfert's other son, Allyn, 14,
and deputy sher',11: Edward G.
'Johnson were wounded critica7,1y.
The shooting broke out when
Schultz and Johnson stopped the
dilapidated, '20-year-old bus in
which Seyftrt and bis two sons
were riding. They had been sum summoned
moned summoned by Seyfert's vife, Arlene,
' 34, who had fled from the bus
with' her .year-old daughter a
, short time before. Seyfert,
said she had heard her husband
instruct his sons to "shoot if any
, one tries to stop us.'"
When the officers halted the
'bus, Seyfert emerged carrying a
' 22.caliber pistol. He dropped it
'when ordered to do so, but Allyn
' leaped from the bus, picked up
the pistol and opened fire.
- When Allyyn fell wounded undel
, fire 'from Johnson,' his brother,
Tommy, grabbed the weapon from
his brsther's hand and took up the
battle. Schultz waa shot in- the
chest.
, Authorities said Seyfert :then
took the pistol from his son and
shot Johnson twice, before turn.
ing the pistol on his sort and kill killing
ing killing himself. ,
Mrs. Seyfert described tier hug hugband
band hugband as a religious fanatic who
had taught bis sons strict obedi.
ence. She said they had come to
,' California from' Arizona looking
for work.-Police' found two rifles
and-Dther guns inside the bus.
NAME, AMBASSADOR,
BUENOS AIRES (IIP)---Foreln
.1V1inister Alejandro Ceballos said
' today that -Argentina's new am ambassador
bassador ambassador to' the United States will
be Cesar" Barros Eurtado,'-an in in-
- in- ternational- law', expert. Barros
Furtado, a. close ,friend ,of President-elect
Arturo Frondizi, will
" succeed Mauricio Yardola -in the
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arnt 1,-, here who would love
ta Lemmunism. But don't
let's see who can spit further, like
came,s in a cage."
WASHINGTON Former Pres President
ident President Truman, blaming the ad adminIstration's
minIstration's adminIstration's tight money policy
tor the present recession:
"Shy lock was a gentleman com compared
pared compared to our Republican interest interesthappy
happy interesthappy government."
WASHINGTON AdIal E.- ste stevenson,
venson, stevenson, who's been called an egg egghead
head egghead himself,' offered this defini definition
tion definition of the term:
eg,L:head is one who called
Marilyn Monroe, Mrs. Arthur Mil Miller."
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BOON, Germany, ,April 24 (UP)
--NATO, Recretary -- General Paul
Henri Spaait warned today against
disengagement plans that would
lead to the withdrawal of Ameri American
can American troops from Europe.
The Belgian Socialist leader told
a press conference that the pre presence
sence presence of U.S. forces in Europe
could have prevented two 'world
wars and that their presence to.
day Vas Europe's best guarantee
against a third,world conflict.
0'We cannot accept any plan that
leads to the withdrawal of 'U.S.
troops from, Germany or Europe,"
he said; A
Tie' also warned against dis disengagement
engagement disengagement plans that would
create a i'special military status"
for West -Germany.
Under Polish foreign minister' A Adam
dam Adam Rapackis 'plan for an atom atomfree
free atomfree zone in Central,' Europe the
Germans:, would, be obligated to
, renounce -atomic weapons and fore
ed to ban them from their terri terri,
, terri, Speak told a conference that V
West Germany were forced, into
la,special Ailitary status it would
also have to adopt,a special
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nier's goernment formally ban banished
ished banished Britain's Lady Docker from
Monaco soil yesterday for "insult
ing" this tiny principality in pub public.
lic. public. It also asked France to bar
her from the entire French Riv Riviera.
iera. Riviera. The government charged that
Lady Docker tore .up a Monacan
flag Sunday after she was refused
permission to take her 19-year-old
son to a palace reception celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating the baptism of Prince Albert,
infant heir to the throne. s
Lady Docker, noted for her
marble playing and her gold goldplated
plated goldplated limousine, denied she tore
up any flag. She said yesterday
she merely took a tiny paper flag
decorating- a hotel dinner table.
and put it on the floor.
"'rhe government of Monaco,"
she said in Cannes, "is acting as
if I'd shot up the palace or SOME,-
thing."
In London, Sir Bernard Docker,
who had accompanied his wife to
Monaco for the palace patty, said
that"the whole thing is perfectly
stupid." : .:
"I have not. the slightest desire
to go back to Monaco," Docker
added. "It is not at all wildly ex exciting.
citing. exciting. So the ban doesn't mean
a damn thing."
The governmeht forwarded a
copy of the expulsion, deCres to
Paris in a move to, have the
wealthy, English woman banned
from the whole Riviera, one of
her favorite haunts, :
Officials explained that under a
1918 treaty between France and
Monaco, anione sexpelled from
this principality'also must be. ban banished
ished banished from the French' Riviera un unless
less unless the French hnske a legal ex-,
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, A palace apokestian'''also fiad
charged Monday night that Lady
Docker us'ed "abusive langauge'
against Rainier and American.
born Princess Grace.
- 'Lady Docker left-Monaco' ,.in. a
huff after '-the"' incident 'Mr the
French 'Rivieta'r,esort of' Cannes.
"I don't 'blame -Pritice Rainier
for, all this,", she said.. In' fact,
I Imagine he doesn't even know
about -,

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a gentleman com- permission to take her 19-year-old ; i 61,..i .. , 1
' bis son, Tommy, and Deputy sher-1
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WASIIINGTON -- AdIal E.- ste- Lad D k ted for her
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, dilapidated, '20.yetir.old bus in .,
b I I took a tiny paper flag I
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Islartlyn 'Monroe, Mrs. Arthur ,Mil- decorating- a hotel' dinner table. - ,,..- ---- .4...ss-..., ....,,,,,,,,..........,..,,.,..,,.., .. ,,,,,s.....,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.. ..,,,,,,,,,,i..,,,.........,..,..-- .- ,',,-.: s;' - ,- 4 Da i ',J' ' ''''''''' ''
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. moned by Seyfert's viife, Arlene, I ' : t '' and put it on the floor. '
cr. , , , ' LICHT'S 'NUF FOR PUFF--Mousetedous goings-on with a flashlight are understoed perfectly I,' ' :- ', 11
-: 34, who had fled from the bus - 'rhe government of Monaco,' by Puff, lour-year-old stone-deaf cat belonging tri Walt McCann. Of Casnet, Wyoii, lie comes . , ,. 4- ,.. -, ,- .., - - ,-,
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with:, her -year-old daughter a 'ITO Smtrl-ry -- if I'd shot up the palace or SOMe-, ,,, i
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, When Allyyn fell wounded ,undei Henri Spaaa warned today against a damn thing.'. ,, ',. ,-' ( ,.... 4 i : , ; ., )4 '''
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NEW LOOK IN SOUTHERN JURIESSouth Carolina's first integrated petit jury with lady
juron was drawn in Federal Court in Florence. it was the first time women have been selected
for petit jury in the state. The lady jurors are Mrs. Thomas Gasque, lett, of Marion, and Mrs.
- William G. McCutchent'Bishopville. This also marked the first time in South Carolina historY
, that Negroes have served on the same jury with white women. The were selected, to hear
a federal grain manipulation case.

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BLOOMINGTON,.. Incl. (UP).'
Mrs. Laura Belle Wilson. SS, who
has five great-grandchildren, fur furnished
nished furnished legal proof yesterday that
she is old enough to marry, and
promptly was issued a license to
wed Jim Bough, who is only 29.
"Love is worth more than mon money,"
ey," money," said Mrs. Wilson as she
climbed the stairs to the county
clerk's office in the Monroe Coun County
ty County courthouse. "I wouldn't trade
that young man for all the money
b the world."
Bough's. face righted up when
County Clerk T. Nolan, Welch told
him and his bdde-to-be ,that a let letter
ter letter from county welfare Director
Lee Neithen was acceptable proof
that Mrs, Wilson is 18 years old,
legal minimum age for a girl to
get marriage 'license in Indiana.
(But Bough looked gloomy when
he was told that he and Mrs. Wil Wilson
son Wilson would have to wait three days
under Indiana law before they can
be' married.
The couple applied for.a license
Saturday. But Mrs. Wilson had no
documentary proof of age, end
Welch refused a license.
Neiman furnished a letter which
said records show a Kentucky
child -census confirmed that Mrs.
, Wilson was born at Stanford, Ky,
"That's proof enough 'for me,"
Welch said.
' Mrs. Wilson said the couple
wants to honeymoon at 'Janson
City, where she has a niece.

fiebitsKill;d Since
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ALGIERS (UP) French De Defense
fense Defense Minister Jacques Chaban
Delmas said here yesterday that
62.000 'Algerian rebels had been
killed in combat with French
troops since the Lationalist rebel rebellion
lion rebellion broke out three and one.half
years ago.
During the Mime period, Chaban-Delmas
said, 8,000 Trench
' troops were killed.
Chaban-Delmas, a- member of
the outgoing government of Pre Premier
mier Premier Felix Gaillard, arrived bere
Tuesday for talks with Algerian
minister Robert- Lacoste in the
eanipaign against the revolt that
broke out Nov,. I, 1954. ,
The 'defense minister estimated
the present rebel strength at
, more than 50,000 men-,including
-', 23,500 regulars and about 30,000
' reserves.
'' He claimed that French forces
hit month killed a record num number
ber number of 3,000 rebels in Algeria and
a total of 8,000 in the past three three'
' three' month period.
no' minister, however, had
; some ,bad news for it number uf
French soldiers whose 'terms of
service were scheduled 'r to end
next ,month. lie announced that
between 30,000 and 35,000 ,troons
who 'were to be freed from mili military
tary military service May I would have to
remain in the armed forces.
REDS READY SPUTNIK -,,,
- BRUSSELS (UP) Mme.,LYdia
Kurnosova, one of Russia's' lead.
ing acientints, said yesterday the
apparatut for Sputnik III was be beint
int beint prepared. Mme. Kurnosova,
whi helped Install the COSIMiC ray
s equipment in Sputnik II, 5ald the
" third Soviet satellite would be big.
ger than its 1,118-pound predecea.
sor. $14. refused any further de details
tails details during her 'visit to the, Rue.
sian pavilion at the Brussels'
World Fair.

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By ELIAHU sALrETER
, Ed ltor'e Note: tho following
articla la written by a prominont
Israeli lournalist on the eve of
his country's celebration at its
Tanth Anniversary, which be began
gan began Tutsday, and contintota te
May 11, Mt

:When a people is fighting for
statehood, its primary aim and
motive is the achievement of in independence.
dependence. independence. Ten years ago, how however,
ever, however, when the Jewish people it
Palstine, with the aid of Jews
in other countries, established the

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$3,010,C51 ilat
Gain Durbg 1951

NEW YORK (1.IP)-:-. The New
York Times made public for, the
first time in its history today its
annual financial statement. show showing
ing showing a net profit of 33,010,061 for
the year ending last Dec. 31.
- Arthur Hays Sulzberger, chair chairman
man chairman of the board and publishet,
said the newspaper showed a net
profit for the ,,, 60th eorisecutive,
Year. -
Of the pr I t, the state-,
ment said, 61,462,314 came from
newspaper operations and?. 0;547,-
253 from the comnany's invest
mnt in Spruce Falls Power and
Paper Company, Ltd., which sup.
plies ib o u t two thirds of the
-Times' newsprint. '
Sulzberger said the s decision to
make public the newspaper's fi
nancial statement was mede be be,
, be, cause distribution of estates own
ing Times stock has increased tilt
number of individuals. I'inciudinl
the trustees of educational and
charitable instibitions, who halm
4 legitimate interest in the re
ports.
, He reported that circulation in increased
creased increased during 1957 despite in increased
creased increased newsstand prices outside
the 100.mile radius of Now York.
Daily circulation was 633,106,
gain of 10.2a3 over the nrevious
year; Sunday circulation was
1,291,134, .a gain of 13,994.

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TOKYO (UP) Tolyo's 40,000
school teachers closed 'the city's
1,480 schools in a one-day strike
yesterday in a. futileiti effort z kit)
block new effitiener, r a tins
system.
Some 13,000 teachers massed in
front of the metropolitan education
office in downtown Tokyo caming
placards and banners criticizing
the neW system.
But insidet the eity'a education
board unanimously approved s"
decision to enforce:111e system.
Under the plan, principals will
Make detailed repor1s to local ed-1
ucation authorities on the teachers.
The reports to include even details
on how the, teachers dress.
The teachers, in mass ral
lies in 'parks and public buildings,
charged the new system could
lead td oppressive 'measures sim sim.
. sim. ilar to those hi pre-World War If
days.

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, , CLIJBALTAMIRA
, Through ihis niedlum ,exuresses its sincere 'thanks to its
supporters and further' apologizes for aninconvenience
at San Carlos that Inight have resulted due te the owes owesitive
itive owesitive late purchases of ticket&

S,ate of Israel, independence was
not an a,m in itself, but rather
a means toward a goal goal
of crucial immediate import.ance
and distanly messianic: the opt optthering
thering optthering of exiles.
Two thousands years of disper dispersion
sion dispersion among the nations of the
world, and countless ages of per persecution
secution persecution culminated in the murder
of. six million Jews by the Nazis
during the second World War. Al Alter
ter Alter the war, the Jewish people
were ecutely ,COMCIOUS that had
there been a Jewish State many
if noi; all of those six million could
have found refuge and rescue. Now
the Jewish people were again lac laced
ed laced with the refusal of, the 'British
who ruled Palestine, to permit the
pitiful few who survived Hitler's
hell to )immigrate to their ancient
homeland. ,
Thus, "opening the gates" of
the Jewis homeland became the
primary 'aim Achieved by the 19411
War of Liberation, won against the
invading Armies of seven Arab
states.'
, (But beyond this was a second
Prupose adopted by those whose
dreams and actions brought lorth
the reborn Sthte: it Wee the vi vision
sion vision of -modern Israel, ringing
the twentieth cer,tury to the back backward
ward backward Middle East a vision That
has become a fact, ss visitors (Jur
ing suers Tenth Anniversary
Year Celebrations; will be able to
see for themselves.,
Thor reoulroreorde ter the
chlevement of those two goals
wore threefold: maintenance end
International recognition of the
lowly-established indeleeretome
scenemic survival end peace,
with the Arabe. 1 ,
Any balance sheet appraising the
Credits and Debits of reborn Is
reel's first ten years Of irlenpend
mire must be heteol on the eva evaluation
luation evaluation of prooress toward those
two .eoals. ntr, ettr,sfell and
failures M the field of the three.
fold requirements.

,
'During ita first tett years of new newbt.won
bt.won newbt.won indenendence. Prael thsal
become a Member of the United
Net lona, established mbtual (WO.
matic recognition with 65 ether na nations.
tions. nations. Its army.; born, out of the
very struggle for the State's estab,
tish,nont. ',grovel poll nnee,more,
in the brilliant 1956 Sinai 'cam.
dattroving ittst brief fen,
dtya the Soviet.equipoed armies

And during, all those ivesra the
imn,inrsott- tool Ittro,,,,ono in
,
In Mav 11411,"when tho sqoto was
ostahlishel, tho JPW61 ttatni
lotion" was 635,0on In the first four
years Plose to BOO MO more orriv.
ed. First, the. Aisolated Pecsnns
Parries, of 'Eurone riorl pvaeoSted
then 0)&44,8.4 North AfrIca
Ind tho Middle East;','Aftei- foot,
years thPre Was ,a Aron in 'tmml.
oration: the synilahlo Isotirros
blvitty eriod lux the' 11001N t
Eastern !Drone, were rinsed tlY
Mosenw, whiles in Isrs01 itself tho
on the country's economy
ht"l re.ch04 breskinct richt
BUt slowly the economy b6Pann
to imorown: songs onnrs tho Pros
lem world Ind East, Eurone be began
gan began to reonen s little hit
snd progressively the immigration
fl,,ures stertod tO slain
From the low of 11,369 immigrants
lo )953. the nomber rm. tn 51t
234 in ,195a and reached 70,000 in
'1957. brinfinft.? nunlhq
in, fen' yealk.to slightly over 900.,
-

Excessive lingo
01 Mitt teed
Rcoo:d To lk

, WASHINGTON,' April 24 1.1)
The United States tariff commis.
sion reported t unanimously to
President Eisenhower today that
load and sine are being lmnort lmnorted
ed lmnorted ,Into the U.S. In such increas. 1
td ouantities' as to cause, serious
Injury. to the domestic industries
proAncinc these comniodities.
The commission unlit, however,
on the remedy which they ,felt
peeessary for the injury.
Three of tho, commissioners rec.
oMmended enforcement of t e
ey; mom imnort ndulittl tittMelv
for lead 'bearing ores, one r and
tottr fifths ieents p lemma on the
lead content. no,lead pigs and
bsrs two and 11.20 cents a poond
on tile lead content; on sine.
bearing ores nne anti four fifths
cents a pound on the sine, con content
tent content and on blocks DiEs sleds
twn' and one tenth cents a pound.
They oho 'ireenmended emu) el
quotas of 221.200 short tons of un unanilfsehired
anilfsehired unanilfsehired lead and 395.00o
short tons of unmanulaitured
Three' other commissioners rec.
that the imontt
be estrelv restive,' to ',hot the,
Weof under thA 103A friti et
sifte floe eemsed toty kind ef quo.
t41 litititittAAL
.

P 3

"k"r' PUrIZA10':
TA nOliVP0 Sermon
At Family' Rosary
Msgr. Luigi Punzolo and Father
James Murnhy, will be t h e
antakers- at the Family Rosary,
lo to 1144 Oo- Sunday, May 11, at
Mount Vone Stadium it was an anr000cort
r000cort anr000cort todim by the rosary gen.
erst tommittee. (
ItYser. Ppn.mts, Itonatolic Nuncio
to the Republic of Panama. will
04;17.r his -sarrnon tn Spanish onl
OtIr Lady of Lourdes.
Fa'her, Murphy, of the Hoir
Family Church in Margarita, has
likewise chosen the centennial on.
riversary of Our Lady of Lourdes
AS MI subject fort NOCK irrEng irrEng,
, irrEng, BA. 1

' Ono cannot avoid tho tempts.
lion to translate tilos figures in.
to American terms, to highlight
the magnitude of this mass in.
flux: what happened- in Israel,
proportionally, was as it tho po.
pulation of the U.S.A, had
,,croasod, in ten years, from 155
million ,to some 3iS million!
4 For Israel, it ,was' O' dramatic
thange not only-in numbers.' but
Slito 4he composition, of the po population,
pulation, population, Before the eCablishment
of the State. (her 85 per cent of
all immigrants came from Euro.
Dean and American countries..., at
ter the first years of statehood,
when the Euronean displaced per
snornosnortatinmap,achwn nergend vaanctiurteeitly,- athned
by 1935 ,over 93 per cent of thei
immigrants came from, the Near
East- and -Africa, bringing with
,them, an entirely .difreront,,,etitture
a much lower .staildard of living
land and a treerinr,

DAVID BEN- GURION, Prime Minister,'

1,19

Si On during tho ton years is n.
dicated by thi following two
sots of flour's; electricity con.
sumption by industry increased
from 50,000,000 kilowatt hours
to an ostimatod 365,000,000 and
tho value of industrial exports
rose from loss than 10 million
-dollen:10 an ostimatocr 70' mil.
lion dollars.
Both in agriculture' and in' In...
dustry Israel ,developed neW, Me
thods 'of sdanting modern; technl.
clues to Middle Eastern conditons,
Here, as well as in the,-fields of
culture, science, and medicine, Is;
roe' can of:er the neichboring A.
tab states inValuable help in speed.
Ing up, the proffress and rennin
the standard of living of their po.
ptilation. What this could mean in
practice,, can be seen in part In
the progress of Israel'S -own Arab
minority, ,

:minititCdhr elmOtliVnenr.:Spinal7drlIra:FtkOlollii:ItVrtrnilegr, oWa,hdeiltieemeaninstisOptn::700' ifA,rtpao:pbueSinatOatnitoenSiViativhteh,
turn, Pn enure,
multitude of- social -and 'medical:, little ,or nothing. 'to say about -the
PrOlets- ' way their dictatorial or feudal rui.
First of all, the immigrants ers eonduet the affairs of, their
Ettronean -and Oriental alike courerY. in Israel ,the Arabs pt' ake
must be glven bousing work has full ,use of ,their, mutat
to'. be orovided. for., themt In most rights:, Arab participation m the
cases the imrolgrants,,must' be last elections to the Knesset (par (partrained
trained (partrained Horn, an overwhelming. Dement) amounted le ilk per cent
number, of them previously had of the elegible voters notably
rto ,sneeffic nrof,,ssion, whatever, higher thatt among thelewisit pod
or were engaged in the service in-
dostrios'. ' About 80 per cent of lsrael's
All this represents, a huge drain Arab farmers own their lend,:
on the-, natifni's entmorny as re- while in the, neighboring Arab
fleeted the stdi very adverve countries most re, fig 1.1,1444).1
foreitnitr,de balanee, In '1936 longs to landlords, the farmers
importt of goods and services to. reeeivinn only 30-40 per tent of
426 mill dollars, wiule their produce. :
exports of good antO servieeS a. The infmt mortality rate Amon
m,,,,,,tp4 4o 144 million dollars Israel's Arab ,has drooped to 65
,11'he deficit, as in previous years ner thousand, eomoami to 129 ner
was eovered nset,by rion4i0,,,e thousand in Egypti for example.
and grants elven -to help Israel School' attendance among Arab
cove,- tfip fXrievigog of re- children, has riseh, front 49 Pe6
ceiving and eecommodating the eent in mandatory daya ,o,almos
hundreds nf thnntands ef rfn4ees 50 -per cent, at present. PC,e', "5-
immigrants, and 'partly by 'flans
int,rded tn-finance ivestotimts Mowever, the Arab, sfatei still
vital develooment p r iji e et s refuse to recognize 'Israel and ,,te
which are. so nAPORART to eivs make' use ef the aid and assist..
the newcomers permanent em- once- available.
plevment. At first it was solely thi-f host!.
Israel tn ten vearsinereased
total rultiVsted area more than Arabs could agree'NoW, Arab hos hoslity
lity hoslity toward Israel Unon wbleh tho
twofold 'from 412.500 acros to -Wily' toward Israel hat becoMal
more' than,975,000 acres, and the one of Moscow's tools of penetra.'
trriettert, areas .n italmost four tion in the Middle Fast making
fold from 75;000 acres to over the prospects of Israel.Arab peace
275 400 Acres,,' almst
, The scope of industriei expan,ago.', ,
5 as distant ';as ten years

,

1

MAI. GEN. RUSSELL L. WALDRON, commander, Continental
DIVISiOn, Military Air Tiansport Service, Kelly,AFB, Texas,..ir
shown being greeted -by,. Mal. Cern Truman H. Landon, commander.-
Caribbean AL! Command a$ he arrived,. yesterday.
afternoon at Albrook Air Force Base.,, Waldpon, members of
his Staff ancl Continental Division personnel are here In the
Canal Zone on a staff visit vith Detachment 1, 1608th Air
Trantport Wing commanded y Maj. Kenneth W. Gruber.
detachment' -is -stationed at, Al
' ' Official USAF l'hato)

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,
,
, libot
" - '4 - - '' newspaper operations tindi S14547,,- Th4r, reguiromontil ter-, too ii.' ., ..., .... ,.: ,, .. : ., 1 ,... ,. ,, ,. .,,, 1,.. ::. : .: ., , ,,,,,,, , : , .... .. ... ..,
, : . ., .. DAVID B. EN. :IOU:R.10N? ,prime lilinlater-,.' ...;:.;.-,....,;.; :'''.
..
I 6 ' : : : : : : Rebels. Killed Since 253 from the ', comnany's -invest' .. chievement : of these two steals . ,.. -.
, --, were threefold: maintenance end
....s.: .,.1.,i;. . '' ,",, ' - oe.'ss-444.. t ...-'..,'...s: ,.,,,, ,, , ., ';. e'
i ,.. s mnt hi Spruce Eat's...Power and
- '., - - r. Pap r Company,. Ltd., which :suP International recognition of the ' .; ,..: ..-,s: ''. ..,:' ...'t '. : ..
,.. .. . i 'du 1 .. II.' ' i '''l
, s on r ng t o ten years is .n.,
. .1 ..
I. .r : . -. tOtSIIIP
' ;40 S1 a11 ' lies ab o u t two thirds '" of the powly-iistablished indaserotenco, 7,
Rebellion Slade d P ' - '
r: One cannot avoid the tempts-. dicated by the following two
. ,
jise,.. .4SPo.os :
e .' -Times newsprmt ,:-. -., -,. : economic survival iind,,, peace,.
. ,...407,,,tooPosso5, 1,....4-4.
- ,. . r, - ; ... ',Sulzberger said the s decision to with the Areles.,1 ,'. ., ',, ., ,.,, lion to translate these fissures in. sets 7. of ',Bourse; electricityI'con,.
.. .. ,
-, -s ., i s,r... 4'. ', to American terms to highlight. ,sumption liy industry increased ','
' ,,-:' -. .. la ... :' ALGIERS' (UP) '---' French De- make public the.' newspaper's' fi Any balance sheet appraising tlit
-: .: .: .', ,:".:: &,.--.4::a. .!fr,,m-r;--- ,,. -17;1 fe If t J Ch b
' of in..-- : :fa : .. i.. : . .., rise ims er acques a an nancial statement -was made be-' Credits and Debits of reborn II h d f ;hi i f 90 000 000
t ii ..magnitu.e e des .mass n., kit tt h ''
fluic, what the i t" 1 ti t el 366;t100 9;0 6"csi ' :
,
, : ,MIllo or4hos:, '- --.4oto....-",;s 0,4.1 :1'; : ,:' ,,.... :' Delm,as said here yesterday that
cause' distribution of estates own reel's', first ten years 'of idenpend- ppene in !arse te- aw es ma ii. t, .,: r an
.
, r.. -' y ,leS,',-. A 7.- '-'4".-' ..6.77 ---------;-- ---1: '7.: Fill :.ttigercloan br:belsitiltiadr been g
I Ti es stock, has increased the enra 'most 'be bitteel ;on the eva evah
h evah ;lumber'. of individual's.' "includin's luatien of, pregress-loward those
, proportionally, was as If the pe.,,,, he value of Indus nal ,,sseerta,...
potation of the. U.S.At had :',iins
i 101;1 :Sr !Tie ill .11$$ tt7M. 11 t 1: inoleilliT
.
' : ploak, ...: : po, ,.. tz ---,, ... ..., 1. ., m a w renc ..
the trustees', of educational and two epail ,,,,,I .nf,,: ir.q,,e, ,And ,cr!!!sed,. In, ten y,,e,trs, tem,:,: ,.,,,:.,
..
... , : ,. -, troops eilice the Lationalist rebel lion dellars ''''.'ie, 1..1 ..! I1 .,''' ' .1-71.'.'
, 4111.1110 't''Itol.....a.4;Mtla.s'S6mmw heritable institntions "- who hav failures M the field of 'the three :,1n111'n ''9 SC1" 412' 1111111"1 n'' -- ..' ''-'" N -
,-; :I ' 1- .- : ion broke out three and onelialf e .,,, ,- ,. '. id I ,. ,,,, ..,.. 4 FOY:- Is,reel,-- it ',was' a ',, dramatic Both. m agriculture -laid in In
. : t .' a .-7 !',.' ,, ''-.'..: .:, ,,.
leer ' t ., years ago .. ,.. ... .., $, ,,,.. -,.. a legitimate. ,i,nteirest in.:: :the ,,,,re ,fo,..., rem! rements,:,r,,,,-,,,,:,,,,,,,:,,, ::, s:;,,,i; ,,,,.:
. Change not ofily4 in 'numbers' but dustry': Israel -,develope ,new. me., :; :
..
. ' '' '' ''' ii like the Italians! ,.; :.:, ....
I ., .. ...L, ...... ; ,--,L,., .' During. the eame period, Cha- Prtl'''''' ' .- - '' :, '-' ,. ' '' '-' : elsol in, the composition, of 'the pq- thods 'Ant adanting :modern; techni,
, 1,1,. g ... ban-Delmaa; said, 6,000. 'Trench
, .' troops were. killed. .... ., ,, .,, He reported that:circulahon inn-. ,;,vlywuorningnitee!irnstelneti yea.raof,,newl-.
creased during .: 1957 despite .1 .1, I d e d ce. I reel t ha pulation';', Before' the establishment' clues. to Middle, Easterii conditons, .-
f No Or,le)crinits hoet to prepare JaEvie es .s :1, .. ,..,....,..... ,,,,,:,;,,,i, ,ak
of the State ,oYer 85 -per cent et Here,' as well as, in the,lields .of
t' '. 'India secipe to pre
0 e alsO-m4 u-it- '''. '. I :: I TIP 11A ',' : Mier Felix Gaillard,, arrived bere Daily .! circulation "- was 633,106,", a mat recognition with 65 ether nit- t ,,, ..
. ', ;,-." Therefore snit CHEF BOY:1-p E ch, ,11,,,,c147.,..., .71, ,s,s.,-....; ,' I 1171' i,
I
3a veceirculation yak very.stuggle for the State'm estab- when Lthe Euronean displac,e1, per Ing uP ,, the-- proffress-,, and i, raising ..: ..
7 'L Chaban-Delmas, -a-,-.: member of creased newsstand prices outside become a Member of the :United, all -Immigran' to '' came frolit Eurn. culture, acience and medicine :Is; .,'
. . the outgoing government of Pre- the i00-mile radius of Now- York. Natinns, established mlitual dint.
:I .' ; i pare this delicious dish,: ,,....- 7 peen anti American Countries' at reel .cati ofIer'the neighboring' A
er ner.iirst years of state 00 ,
s' d tab states invaluable help lo speed
, :.' ' But is good tetiPt sime is ns entm, gh,,. 6 inBo' At,Det : :,2. I b ,-.'..f..-i! Tneaday for' talks! with 'Algerian gain ofs 10.2da tho nrevious tions ;Its ermv; born,. out of the 1
i r :: '' US ingredienta-01 the higheStAt111111 "nT ', Yd uc , 4 oN. 11 :,,,:, minister Robert, Lacoste in the 1' r
1e2191'134 uan sinY ,the the' standard of living 'of their, pa. :- ,. :
f 13 994 lishnsio'nt. "'morel ttg.iii, emi,ei ,ol'ore. sons tamps were' evacuted,",
' ''' ' : lei 'gild lib magnifkent render ;neat an a sa ..: ,,, ,,,,,,, .. ,
. .; ... ra, 11 O. or ''..': garViiPeaolgA. Illavisnat the revolt,, that .4, ,,.,:, 4.,!, ., g ? s,
"'''''' in the brilliant '1956 Siniii.''' cam nronortinn,-, changed ,, entirely and oblati.on. ,What this could niean. in .,
'' .- d and other high' quality' ingredients.. :The re: ,,..:: : ., ..,-,
' itt 'do fr. itio'o : ,:. 1., f by :1955 ,over 93 per cent 'of Ahei praetice;,, can be 'seen in part in :,
.. t !, ... ed in minuta and ,, ,.,. The defensO'
'' AVIOLI : ''' ''''' '' '' tib a 'minister "timated TOk'' Tathets.---.' : n' -"' ', ,.. ,,,,,, rie Jew immigrants came front., the 'Near the :progress of Israel'a -own Arab .'
' '' ''' It? 4 t euty dish dist an be rept! : ,,, .. : ;...
. ,: a: , 4 ,. the: present ,.'rebel, strength 'at dity;,,,,th: ,Soviet;egiiipperl,,,;arnites.
... ... .........
!frillittE E .,' th 50 ' yo, :. East and Ale 'hrt .1 ,, h minority-'''''''' .' - -' '''''
ica,- ngng-... ,wit .- .. .!, .1 ,. ', .1..., 1.,
tm,,,i7rsetisitent strAs mints, ',i",,' in
;' ,,.1. :: ...- twill delight eoorlbodA.,:. ',.. .:..:.'''-?: -. '''::'''.'-: '..:.....!.-'''.: :' d Fi se't
1
' ' Isoired As Yogi, COMMiliN1 ..,.,..., ,. ...... 01,,Ak 1 II'a ,,,. -, 23,500, regulars and about 30,000 a r d-....:. 1,An1171dii.ri;itall '-ii 7 ', '' L''' them, en entirely,,,qifFecont,!culture i While in 'th .1k t t ' li
t ose 0,etIra ,t
I ' He defined that :French forces ,, '- -', s' -., ... T'. .,.. .,,....,,, In Ma v 1148,'Nvlien 'the', St.),te ',Was and itdoe'atinn.,-,.:0,,,,d n ,,,,,,,,a,,,lt,T.i, 4. 1;he !xeeritioniof Lebanon ,., the :.. ..
roaa massea,, of population have.
......., ..., more an -, ,000 ,menincluding ,- ,.,,,,,., ..i.'..": ,'.-..' .,..-.,!,'' '.
he a much! lower 'standard of, livin t" .: ;- et rat' La e,-vill .... ,-
.., ..... , ., stiliNEenSALIII. --,,...2-,',' reserves. ---s, -,,', ,- ,,,, Slane l'
,--' L- ,,,, -Day Itrikv-
multitude- of, social d d
. .... -
.. ....... ...-.. 4744"-0,;,''" --i'::!'ss ,--a$', sI,,.,'",k, ,.. ... of:1,....,1,1,:.. , -.:,.4 0 ;1,4 : :. s,, lait month killed a record. mum-,
...,.,,,,::.., establieheA, the toe'll JP1114011 roe. -an tine leall little ,or nettling. 'to say about L,the '
. a.:1 ,,a 1117,41,.., ,:...,,,,,,,......lt: ,....!1,,,41L,":,:,,,,, ',-, :4, ,t .. ber of 3,000 rebels in Algeria and, Ilti' Block Syslen
1 ,., lation wee 655 Onn. In-Ahe first,four prohleits. '. '.' -'I." '''. -.
.,. .., ,,, :: way' their dictatorial or feudal rill- .'
F A f II' .th
" .," tra o a e immigrants --
, ,,-- . ..,., ,,,,,.,.;,z,',1,,.!,...4',!,1,,,,,,,,,,i',..:,---'''''.r' "'' .... .. ''.',.. i'. .,,,,,, -,,, .', .,..,,, a total. .of 8,000, in the past three-. ,.,,,,, , '060' years elost- to 600,000 more my. ers conduct the- affairs of their I
-'' ': ''... .,' :7".',. ', .. ', 1,"' 'sag ',a''''" SPECIALTY- .'.,-,, .:., ...;,::. -4 Vt,,12' ts ''1 .'' month period.. ,. .. ; ,.. -. ; -,TOKY
0 (UP) Tolcyo s .40, Ettronan and- Oriental, Pk ' e ' ' r" '
, ... ... .....
' h 1 ed- First,: thiAisolated .' Persons t .. . ,. a e -, coos,,ry, in Israel ,ths Arabs. make t.
, , -..,.... .,. ',.,.. ... :. 4,-., .' i Tho', minister, however,. 'had school teachers closed t e,,.ci y s ,,I.,,,,,,; or vliponet i,,Drl p;vseted mr be gyen housinM; work has full .use. of ,:,their.,, PAIIIRI ,-11nlitIcal ,..
. 'I. ' '''''''''. '''.- ; '1 '. ",..ttittTH'E BEST RECIPES. ,.',.,'...., ..',' .. -,.-. .. -.,:, '.,...-, some liadnews for, o 'number., of,. 1,480 ehools ,in a nnis7day, strike ,h.ellr,
the .).,,tt.itoef,ni. vort4,Atr,,,, to, be:nroyided?forithem iIti, most rights:., Arah,,participation,ilo the
' .. i 's...',.'.: i:-,,7 -, ... .-.,...''.. -;,-: .'. .. .1,, .:. ' 'n - --" - service were scheduled to end block --a new. efficiency:, ,,r a t i n g trainel, risima,..an .!, ove,vwheiminct.' liament) ,arneurited 10 ',,i,k per,. cent .. :
, .,' i,44,,-, "4. ,,,,....ts..-4H,;...., -----...", ,,,,,,., ,, !'. 1,,'''',:. fi '''....'..,'. ... ? 7.:;.t ';'i ' 'Frenth -soldiera whose'
------..,- - --;-- next month. 'lle announced ;that,
1 'terms' of 'yesterday in, a. futilaiitelfort t
system.: : '.., ',,:". ''' -",,.. 46 and the' Middle Eist''-ldtrit', font.
Years' there. Was ,'s vireo ,in imml
d .1 .0 afon--: thOlh :aveilable eovrces hatl cases, the imreigrants;must-,:- ,',," be, last elections An the Knesset (oar.;
humber of thent .previoitsly had of the,, elegible,, voters --- notably : ,,
... -, ..- ?. ,"'',. .. .7 '., ... : .. -.. : : ,. '- ''. .'. .- '..., between 30,000 and.' 35,000 Arqops' Some 13,000. teachers mads! ti 1,4,01 y r, ,
e n r 11 '-..(1 'NI' 'uo '''' thi- 000- ,:g, .;t sto',.sneeffic ,nrofssion:: whatever, higher than among thelewisli po -.
'-'''''''''''-'"--.---7'-'''--- '''''' . .. ,-' .: ,.. who '.were to be freed fret min.- front of the metropolitan e Lea .on or were,,,engaged in the sex:Vice in pulation... ,...,....;,...! :-',. ,.. .; ....
, .,...,. -.- -, '., '. ,'.. -.' .' ..-',' ..',-. ..,::.., -........,,. r.!,:. :'-, '. .s.:;, .; L': '. -...' ,i',. -,".:, tary service May 1 woidd have to office in downtown 'Tokyo earrymng
F a 8-tern 'Enrol? were '.-elosed ,,,' tl Y
litespow 'while' hi Isre01 -Itself the dotrios..t.' ...... .-,-,, ,. ,,., ,.. -. ,.t. ,Shout. 80, per, cent of lsrael's i ;
,., :. .. ,- ,,,-.1 ': '' ;,'' !' ..,:.." '''' -, ...' .. '. .' .'"''..,..:'....1.:i' ..".; remain in tho armed forces.:,- .,.. placards, and.- benne ra ,C.17.t1
c l'zi,: t strains' Ott -the country's economy ,-''. All this rtiotrents'a huge drain ,,asah .fartsters :9711 ,,th?ir ','',- land,i. ,,
, ,
'.. : '' ' litk 's - ''''' .: -',.'',, '-' ' '''' '"--..! - ,-.' '.1'.','. -: the neW system,: '''' ;'' ..- ; ' .'
F a ' b"'t hod 'the breaking:. noinl th'-",t'n't a estoionly ;ail ', re- while... in; the,. ,netohborints' Arab '.'
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' 4.1 .N '' ' ''''" '' t REDS READY SPUTNIK '.,,. ,' '. .,But .--insidet- the city s education ,re r ,,, -., . fleeted -,,bisj., the, :still 'Vert, adverse' Countries most ije the tend -he- i ..'..
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: r ' '' '' l'r '' ''' et' ':', '4001104 '', BRUSSELS (UP) 'hima LYditi board -',ImaalmotillY,-aPproved ,,,,,a-::, But., slowly. the oeconoimYth-b;tosnan,
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id 1S6117 Fa7tr,11-: ilitirone , :
1)2 imnot1S of.loods 'and 'services to.' receivinst only., 30-40 per tent of.,
- i, ti",s .; '''''''' ''. : ', ,', : ..,. ', '',f,.. .. ::' ''. '-' SA,, -', S;.' ,,,, 4,, '.' 4 ing acientints said ,yesterdly the Under -; the plan,' priecipals -vs Ili m
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e O t e e-:iiat o', little lit tilij!'1,? 47-R Ii'liij-L',;(1-0111rc while their produce' .:',,.,,..,; f ;; '.'..(
- ., .' i',';, --- -4 i ', ..... .,,...: '.. -,' ,:,...'. ,' '' Ag',',.:, p. .. .4., ,. : apparatut for Sputnik III sal be- Make detailed reporks to local e ga ei,, r one th.., , t.
th teachers end 'progressively: elminigra ion exlmrls- elf,-,.good ans?.serviCeS.,,,,r.a.. The infsnt mortality rate among ; i.
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details' et,tures sterted to ,:ellinb .,,.. Resin meonta4 s.o 1.44 irillion. dollars, Israel's .. Arab has drooped- to 65 ..- .,
'' '.' .' '.. ',. ',: : '. ,. t ,.:,.. i '..:,' ''; '.:;i:. ': ''' ..0 ' : .........:.:':.:. r ';'' :aa a ,:i who ,belped Install the COSMie ray The reports to include e reensi. ...... rorn thitovotli,300,immigrants -,The deficit, -,,as in orevious years, ner tboosaind, romitarad 113,129 tier ';
',-......., .,,,,, i : ,,,,,,,,,, s. equipment In Sputnik II,,.aald ,the on how the, teac,hers, ,d r ,., n I. ,,,,,, -, 5o was .tovered Is, nart ho,,riorstio,00 thousand In Egypti for example.
'''' ' '''''''''' ''' ''',''' '''''' .,,' .'' ', third Soviet satellite would be big; The -',--!'teachers, r, in' ,; mass ral in 1953. the ri mins ro. T
j'' and grants' vivelvto belp-:-Iaritel School': attendance 'among ., Arab ,i
. ks and public biuldings, 234 in 1956 and reached 40,000 n 0,6. ...,p .-n ,,,i rip ia
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the -,, riew ,systenir.i cduld 1951.: hringhig--?.111,'" total".neolblr ceeivInitoanti: ,I;eleim:mg odlgti.oatz of.: r childmn-:- has:- riseii from 46 Pee '
thee- cent in 'mandatory. '.daya,esilmoi ''''.:.':
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days , -. ,- ',.'" -',.. ..:- ' ,r. '' 's .... -' ,:' ,,,: intls,10 ,to .- finance IveattriAnts in Mowever the Arah,-- states'. Atilt
xcessive:Imnort.s.:.
::::.:.: Asitel'7,,develootnent ',,.priji e e t o refose to recognize 'Israel "Ind ,,te '..,-:
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. I 44 .,- .. ...,-. ,,....; twotolti :4,:froirt 412.500 acres, :to .--Silitr 'toward Israel hat' beeofite ...,; ,!,
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- --, , more' than,975.000 'acres, and the one of -Moscow's tools of Tele ra -,. 1,
- ' ''' '' : ''thanks -to Its '--, WASHINGTON,'. April 24 1.1P)- Irriqatert,,area,1 el' It..7tilmost four tion iri Ahe, .1lliddle .Fast, making .:.... iIT
, ,... Through lthis medium ,expresses Its sincere,
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or ers and further' apologizes .for .any Inconven ence e n e ., ,
I Th II it d States tariff commis. fold from -,75;000 'acres ti, over ;the prospeets of' IsraelArab peace ...
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. she is old enough to marry, and
By ELIAHU sALrETipt S,ate of Israel, independence WAS
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. I 1 .,.. 1 promptly was issued a license to not an a,m in itself, but rather ., dr
, '"' 1 ..' 4 wed Jim Bough, who is only 29. a means toward a goal a goal r
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ers
I 4 i ,. "Love is worth more than mon- artEidcittork'swNrineteent btitor a pfroolmlernoinnet
of crucial immediate importance
and distanly messianic: the ingc.
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i fr t ey," said Mrs. Wilson as she kisiseaeilloulneturyrn,sailtste
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- climbed the stairs to the count thering of exiles.
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gan Tuesday, and centimes ts Two thousands years of dispel.. 1
, clerk's office in the Monroe Com.
Y Tenth Anniversair.y.nb,ratwthirfticehsgvebi7e;
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.. 1 ty courthouse. "I wouldn't trade may Ils Int
- ' sion among the nations of the
. that young man for all Ute money -- ' world, and countless ages of per per,
, per, b the world." :When a people is fighting for secution culminated in the murder
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, 1 Bough's, face righted up when
4 NEW LOOK IN SOUTHERN JURIESSouth Carolina's first integrated petit jury with ladY County Clerk T. Nolan- Welch told motive is the achievement of in instatehood,
statehood, instatehood, its primary aini and of six million Jews by the Nazis
during the second World War. Al-
4 1 t juron wat drawn in Federat court in Florence. ft was the first time women have been selected him and his bdde-to-be ,that a let let,
, let, ter the war, the Jewish people
, t for petit jury in the state. The )ady jurors are mrs Thomas Gasque, 'eft, of Marion, and Mrs. ter from county welfare Director ever, when the Jewish people il were acutely ,conselous that had
dependence. Ten years ago, how.
t ,- wmiam G. mccutchen,'Bishopville. This also marked the first time in South Carolina hiatorY Lee Neinicn was acceptabie proof palstine, with the aid of -Jews there been a Jewish State manY

mat lurs, wuson Is la years oil
Ina 11C3,PJCV IMEN 011 MC 56111V JUS ,WILAIV 101p Warn.. Ve sc 14 MCc.14 in other countries, established Mil if no,: all of those six million could! 1
J a federal grain manipulation case. ' Iegal minimum age for a girl to have found refuge and rescue. Now'

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.......,...............------------ 6rt, A inairiage license in lnunins.
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gloomy when ily ii"ne Arent liwtrAt ed
' the Jewish people were again lac-
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i ' .. (But Bough looked
- el , ...-, he was told that he and Mrs. WU- IiIIVJ with the refusal of, the 'British
aittylosaawwf who ruled Palestine, to permit the )
, ,..i, son would have to wait three days I pitiful few who survived Hitler's
,
-fiwk, A. D sn 11 t r , under Indisna law before they can
, $3 010 cs i,A1 ',, hell to )immigrate to their ancient
.,
,, -4 ' -w,.,,, ti, ,, rf ta k Z1 be m &riled. 1 w 4- ,4 homeland. , -
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t.,,,.. .,4,41.,x,, t.,..,-, Li Saturday. But Mrs. Wilson had no 62--
111 Durhg the ) Jew's homeland became the
1951 Pe g
. demo ,,," '6,-- P' ....'4 documentary proof of age, end 6a 1 primary 'aim Achieved by the 1948 ---
, ,,
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- pp... the 0100 ness ,. Welch refused a license. . ' '- War of Liberation, won against the
,, Neiman furnished a letter which NEW YORK (11P)-,..- The New invading
said records show a Kentuck
Y York Times made public f r
' armies of seven Arab
o the . - '',
staies
,' .'" a ,- child -census confirmed that Mrs. first time in its history today its But beyond this was a .second
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, I '' Wilson was born at Stanford, Ky, annual financial statement. show- l lit
it lit - : -da& of
.. in 1873. ' ing a net profit of 63,010,061 for prupose adopted by those whose
dreams and actions brought lorth
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'' n ''CIIIIIFttaltmAllo 6... , "That's proof enough -for me," the year ending last Dec. 31. the reborn Stste: it was the vi-
id
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, id- ,,, , ., Welch said. ,- - Arthur Hays Sulzberger, chair- don of e -modern Israel, ringing
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11011 Mrs. Wilson said the couple man of the board and publisher, the twentieth cer,tury to
wants to honeymoon st 'Jhnson said the newspaper showed a net the back backward
ward backward Middle East .... a vision 'that
1 , ' '411 City, II, where she has a niece. profit for the ,, 60th, eorisecutive' has become a fact, as visitors dur
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-- ' . year. .. ', '- -.. ',, ing israel's Tenth Anniversary
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, Of the p r O f I t, tha state-, Year Celebrations; will be able to
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ment, sold, 61,462,814 came from see for themoelves., -
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news a r s
P Pe operations and-81,547. The
reaulramtbrsts fer the I- 0 1 , . ' ' ' '
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..oloarsaf. 0.....001.11.1. A--1211'". ' Rebels Killed Since' m253 ,fKom the, comnany's invest chlevement of these two geals -
DAVID BEN GURION P 1 MI 1 t ' '
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nt in Spruce Falls Power and were throokii: maintenance end '
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i 1403 ititiCti J1111,0 mnt Spruce Fa Foyer and wore threefold: maintenance 'ond ', ",aviu
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nAtokiii 1 shod indeboantionew vvut
intniiewrinvali:tnatin reeelnitien of the ,,,A
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'- io -'' 41;e0. make public the, newspaper's fi Any balance sheet ipprsising tilt l'
.),.., 4. N. ..- , Sulzberger -said the decision to with the Arab& 1 '
...,,,,rtv-stc0"1- - .p:;-4, I-- ) ALGIERS (UP) French De De)
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, Delmas said here yesterday that Credits and Debits of reborn Is t
. C e'''La'..'. ......' 4P" ,101 40 ' .'" ........goonsa'' I fense Minister Jacques Chaban
r.t., A4 .0, .---- , : 62.000 'Algerian rebels had been
- Nes,....,........, cause distribution of estates own reel's' first ten years of idenpend. t,
nancial .statement was mede be.
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II IP' to.; It --- ss,4 -woo-
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,,,,, .. killed in combat with French
, ing Times stock has increased the aned, mutt be
number of individuals. "ineludinl luation of- prosress toward those .8
, Pm's- 1 - troops since the Lationalist rebel. bitted on the eva. .1
. 41rinp:1000,..'64ieljAVI"' . the trustees of educational and two eoeh. syld .nir qt1r,gyet sed ,!.
lion broke out three and one.hale Cheritable institntions," whet hays failures in the field of the three.
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CbabanDelmas, a- mernbee of
ench He reported that circulation in- During lia first. t ii ' O al
, ,,, . loll like the Italians! ...
. tio (Melton's:, bow to prepare rav I
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chose a real iity, plitet- creased newsstand prices outside become a Member of the United .;
... troops were killed. 1, creased during 1957 despite in- tv-Won indenenrienece. ellt,rrael ,,Dila; PI,
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Therefort :or .C,HEF BOY-AR-DEE chef ,,, iti,
mier Felix Gaillard arrived bere
, I r ,itglisjs leeipa so prepare ehis ddicious dishl'. '', '.. --, 1: 1 it ' As ,. the Dutgning government Of pre the 100-mile rsdius of New York. Ne'rmr established mlituoi (bele -.."
Daily circulation was 633,I06,' s matte recognition With 65 nther na.. ,".'
' But st good recipe alone is nt enough. 0 one also must : 1 I
Ctirlatin0r171:11: vtlecrnys stirtusgglermfotv tre Statets efstathb, ;
-. Tuesday for talks 'with Algeri n- gain f
year, S u1112d43a yoveceu.
, a ., rn, ou o s
' ' r use ingredients of the highest quality. Chef,Boy-At'Del 4 i
,, mm s er Robert Lacoste in the
t arid a sauce Pt 1 ,., ,
' 2 .. ravioli is made, with magnifkent tender met , R canipaign against the revolt that 1,291,134, .a gain of 13 994 lisb,lent ',grayer 1:4,1e 81
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The re-
' ' ' of tomatoes and other high quality ingredients. ,, : .,, broke out Nov,- 1, 1954. , 0, , - in the brilliant 1956 Sinst 'cam. 1,-,
and
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,.. The defense minister estimated T 11.' f L naive, .7tforoving in: brief f
ew i,
' ; . , ; -,', 1111114 , the present rebel strength at ioKyolea n II
...- ', dtri ,the Soviet-equipped armies I
r0 I 0 0000 0,30 0 4 in
; -, will (Wight everibdY',, ,.' r .. '" ' .' d EF Sir.ACE
1 ;, more than 50,000 men-,including ,C e ,,, ... of ,Psve,4, ,s, -,- ,- -, E
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'tit In 4 23 500 re ula
, ' leentred A: Yoot Commatoty tote .
NE sAL3ti : ,,.: II, rs and about 30,000 i An"( during', all those vesr, lite 1
- reserves.,,-: , . SI oe ill $1 ke ')
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, et '., In Mist 11411,"wlihn the',Sqote ',vas el
. A k I 0 to i ,.., :, hit month killed a record num. T .. establisheil tho lees' lewi,11 onou I:,
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lation wax 655 One, In the first four 1'
i SPECIALTY ,,,, a total of 8 000 in the t th
0,..e.:;,, pas ree.
, ., -, VAS A "I'' ' .. ,4 tZi, I ,' mon period. , '''''''. etre elo t (MA ODO ,mnre erriv.
- olc-o s 4 Y se 0
I th TOKYO (UP) T 7, 0 000 E
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' ' '-' ''' Th i ' d s hoot teachers 'closed the cit
1 ' - 4, 97t ttt 'THE BEST RECIPES -' ,- .. ..,.. m luster, 's ed. First, the-disolated neesens
however ba c Y cs. d n
i s iti, , i t, ; GAIL , 1111"' 0 meone -'srs ellen e
, ,, some bad news tor, It number uf 1,480 schools ,in a oneday strike t, ,, t
, - "- -. ,, -. ' ' 't ' Freneh .soldiere wh tt f yesterday in a. futiletti effort .z.,to well tqe Ighetto8 A' tlerlb Alrlea
Obe erms o t i n Ind thP Middle Ealt;:ldter four ',
,....46,-;..-- - ;,,---,......,...,.. service were scheduled ', to end block a new effitiency,', r a g
, next month. He announced that
, system. : 'tmml 1
:-,, .,,, year there Was a Aron In .
,,------ .., ..... ., 4.--.,...-,. between 30,000 and 35,000 ,tr000s the sveila lo Isovrcee bot1
Some 13,000 teachers massed in oltratinn:, 4 ,
- -' ' - who '.were to be freed from mill front of the metropolitan education ',reel'? :tried up,' tilt Ooorg ,rf ,,"
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tary service May 1 would have to rinsed .11Y
office in downtown Tokyo carrying Eastern, Enrol, were ,
. ' l ; ' '' ' remain in th d t gacards and banner, criticizing lonsenw, while in Israel itself the
, e arme orces.
, ,, Lik 1 ',. .,;' e neW system. .' ' Ifriinc on the country's economy
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' pl ; .. I .... . :, ,i, ,:, ,. ... se..,'N , -.. -.. ,. -;,- REDS READY SPUTNIK '-, But insidet the city', education, lit'il re,e1104;the breoking- noint re
' 401011h, BRUSSELS (UP) Mme, stYdia board unanimously approved a BUt slowly the economy bsenn t
'' Kurnosova, one of Russia's' lead. decision to enforce,' the system. to inrarnt's: some onnet te the Preis
',1, '' ' ' .4', 11, 1.1 ')k '. 4.9, ;
- ' ' r ,i;: '1; 4diti, .4" ing scientists, said yesterday the Under the plan, principals w i I I lem world Ind East, Eltrone be.
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t , 2:i,, ',If... ..04,' apparatus tor Sputnik III Val be. make detailed reports to IOCE41 ed- gall to reonen), ibt't i little lit
. ,. .: .:, ', 4: .v 0" i ing; PrePaced. Mme- KurnosOva, ucation authorities on the teachers. snd progressively the immigration e
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, ''' I ,,,,,, i Wn0 nelPed install the cosmic ray The reports to include even details ff,tures sterte,d to ,Plinlb main 1
' '''' ' ' ' 1 ' ' A-Sid s equiPment in Sputnik II, id tit on how the, teachers dress. ., Prom the low ot11.369 immigrants
sa e
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'1 ;:' 11 '' .' '''''' '''''' 1 '' '' ''''' ' ger than its 1,118-pound predecee: lies in 'parks and public buildings, 234 in ,1956 and reached 70,000 ill 8
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, - third Soviet satellite would be big The teachers, r in '' mass ral in )953, the' nombor vv. tn 5R i
sor She refused any further de- charged the riew system could 1957,, bringine,,,ths -total nlynbq 1
I tails during her visit to the Rug. lead td oppressive 'measures sim. in.ten' yeark,In slightly over 900.,- c,
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IBS End Boy' Scout
Week With Canitire
, Boy Scout Week for the Interne Interne'
' Interne' tam Boy Scouts of the Canal
Zone came' to a successial concia conciasloe
sloe conciasloe 'with a sparkling Camp, kite
prograin, held at Santa Cruz as
part of a threctlay Scouteree ,'In
that locale. .,,
' The program VAS highligh4d by
a rededication ceremony whicn
over .200 members pleuged them.
selves anew to the Scout Oath and
11,awe, .(,
' At the conclusion of the program
awaras-were made to tne ionow ionowing
ing ionowing leaders who received,the coun
, cii neckerchief for Outstanding
' work in the field. Scout commis commissioner
sioner commissioner J. AHassocks, cub con.
missioner D. T. Foster, district
commissioner P., E. Ford, neigh,
' borhood commissioners VI- A. La,-
big Sr. and R. Everinc group
southmasters C: C.s.luces ana De Devitt
vitt Devitt Stanley;and ,Scoutinaster
-,Clarerice" 'raht thai
liaison for 'COUnell, 8.1.B.S.A. as.
, ;doted with -tile Camp Fire program
and presented'-the special- com comendation'
endation' comendation' toi yetib colt ihissioner
Foster for his Outstanding' work as
chairman of the Boy Scout Week
committee which' was res'ponsible
for planning' the week's activities
including the developmeht of the
poster.4,..Veterati council member
H.- D.' Perkins also partkipatodin
this program and the scout emu.
tive expressed the council's 'thanks
to.'Jesc French 'for pis contribd.
tion in' planning the camp. layout
which gave the camp the best kit kitchen
chen kitchen set up in the hitory of the
- organization's Camporees and
Seouterees. ,-
',Among congratulatory mesiages
,received by the COUnCil for its 11th
anniversary ere one ftoni the ex.
calve secretary of the Inter.Am Inter.American
erican Inter.American Association, Salvador Fer Fernandez,
nandez, Fernandez, and John R. Bart a form:'
,er scout executive for Canal Zone
Council, 801,- B.S.A.:, who is pre.
liently on the administrative staff
eta boys club in New York State.
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LONDON (UP)-4-Britain, rtishod
more troops into Adetr today to
try to head off an Aden.Yemcn
4 .border war thit could lead ;to,
new cOnflict- between Britain. and
, Egypt:-
' British, cOncern over the., Ye.
inee's ,rieurrent feud with 'the
British colony and protectorate of
, Aden arose last month,ihen,Ye.
, 'nett joined President Genial Ab,
, del Nasser's United-Arab Repub.
lic last March 8; A
' Reports of 'lluesian irms pour.
ling into Yemen and ati Egyptian.
backed plot to incite Aden tribes:
men against Britain alarmed Brit.
ish ollicials.
Britain start ed trinsferribg
troops from Kenya into Aden last

,The .11.8, Army. has ITEICaliCieS
for three permanent positions for
civilian personnel. They are librar librarian,
ian, librarian, GS-5; recreation supervisor,
GS-7 and training officer,
Qualifications. for the position as
librarian, which carries a salary
of $4,587.50 per annum, are as
follows:
The applicant -must. be a gra-z
duate from an sccredited institu institution
tion institution alSove high school level, with
not, fess than ,30 semester hours
in, library science:, or must hold
a degree,. in library selence from
a ,professional library 'school acj
credited) by the American Library,1
Association.
; The tecreatibn Supervisor must 11
be single woman with the follow
ing requirements: 1
,She must have four and a half
years in ,supervisory teaching; er
administrative i in connec
tion with organized programs -in
either, eamOs., ,,clubs,,;' community
playgrounds,', hospitalso schbols, or
the armed forces; Six months. Of
this experience must .demonstrate
simervisory experience; plus ; the
abilitY to lead, others,,, deal with
individual ,,groulla,, and, the public
adapt recreation policies, methOds,
and Procedures. ,
Locking ,these reouirements, 'ait
aPPlicant,, is ,still eligiblen provided
she has ,completed a four year
study in an institution above hitet
school level, supplemented with 21
semester recreation or
social education plus,,t 18 months
of actual working einerience
supervising and providing a wide
range of croon activitiaq for, Davila.
The salary 'offered is $5,656.25 per
annum,' ..,
The position, of training officer
at Fort Gulick demands the Jot Jotlowing
lowing Jotlowing qualifications:, ,
,The ,applicant mot 'have three
years 'general ,experience : in an
adult educational rpogram :pluS
line year Specialized -experience
in the instruction of map rading.
He roust: demonstrate ability' to
condira arientations,, train in instructor's
structor's instructor's guides, eenduet exami examinations.and
nations.and examinations.and perfortn other related
work:
,,ACornpleted four-year study in

week. Two British warships are
standing guard in the port uf
,
Several hundrid Russian techni technicians
cians technicians are operating M Yemen and
RuSsia- is Mulding a new port on
Yemen's Red Sea coast. Egyptian
and Syrian troops also are report reported
ed reported to havszsappeared in the icing.
dom. y,!
The colony of Aden proper is
a tiby heat-blistered pinpoint of 75
square miles at lhe entrance -'to
the Red Sea; Its population ,is
;Wont 139,000. The colony ,is sur.
founded by a protectorate cover covering
ing covering 112,000 square mijes, divided
into 26 petty Arab,states with an,
, estimated total population of some
800,000.
Aden's Importance'to Britain is
that it is her only toe-hold in
southern Arabia froni which she
, can eitexcise military strength in
defense of her vital oil interests
in the whole Arabian and Persian
Gulf area.

TURK VISITS JAPAN
TOKYO (UP) Turkish Pre Pre'
' Pre' mier Adnart Menderes arrived in
Japaq yesterday, for a four-day
state' visit that he said was de devicr.nrd
vicr.nrd devicr.nrd to .42,tighten the traditional.,
tea" linking the twro nations.

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an institution above high schOol
Ievel'' supplemented with ix se.
'nester hours in edticatimi may be
substituted foi three leart of the
required experience,' The above
educatione plus 'one year, of gra.
duste study leading to a. master's
or higher degree in the appropri appropriatelield
atelield appropriatelield will meet the lull require requirements
ments requirements for the position. This post.
tion is paid $1.42 an hour.
-Applicants -for any of the three
positions shouM conts0 the
vilian Personnel :OfficO,
Coroza1.4 4
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STRIKE HALTS FLIGHTS
' BUENOS IAII1ES CUP) All
flights in and out of Argentisa's
72 airports were stopped today by
a ,strike -V control, toWer techni techniclans,
clans, techniclans, radio' operators and, air.,
port seryiee.ierews,f The' strike,An
support of, wage slamands,,,w a s
sebeduled to ,cootinue
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US ResE:intilthis
WASHINGTON, (UP) The
House Judiciary Committee ap approved
proved approved a bill yesterday Jo grant
permanent 'US. residence to 31,-
000 Hungarian refugees admitted
to this country ns temporary pa parolees.
rolees. parolees. ,
,,,, The bill would carry out Presi.
dent,Eisenhower's 1957 request to
grant the refugees permanentsta permanentstatus.,
tus., permanentstatus., But committee sources said
it- would provide a speedier pro procedure
cedure procedure than Eisenhower proposed.
Under the measucre, Hungarian
"paroleesu would undergo an im imrnigratiOn
rnigratiOn imrnigratiOn service checkt after
they had been in the country two
y,ears. Those cleared would be
granted permanent residence re retroactive
troactive retroactive to the date of their ar arRe:ugees
Re:ugees arRe:ugees deemed 'inadmissible
because of criminal records, tu tuberculosis,
berculosis, tuberculosis, ,or for other reasons
would be subject' to Ileportation.'
The", committee bill was intro.
duced, by Rep.,,Michnel A. iFeigo,
han ao-Ohlo).
Immigration officials 'have 'esti.
mated that about 400, of the refu.
gees would not- meet' the 'admis 'admissions
sions 'admissions test. ,But they said about
half of these could be given spe special
cial special waivert to remain, here. ;';
1 exh,-,,wdmlnistration. ,proposal
would authorize the attorney nen neneral
eral neneral to determine what 'parolees
should be granted permanent res residence
idence residence and permitted congression congressional
al congressional review of each case.
The retroactive provision
Feighan's bill for determining ad admission
mission admission for permanent residence
would- shorten the normal iive iivelyear'
lyear' iivelyear' waiting period for refugees
who want to become U.S. citizens.
t,Thet committee approved an another
other another bill to grant permanent res residence
idence residence to aliens of "good ,moral
character", who entered the Unit United
ed United States prior to June, 28,' 1940.
and who have resided in the coun country
try country 'continuously since then.
Present), law legalizes the ad admission
mission admission of 0,, such ; aliens who
arrived before July' 1, 1914. The
new bill, by Rep. Francis E., Wal.
ter (DJ) would advance the
date 16 years.,It would apply to
such 'persons as seamen
'jumped ship!'-- and other,aliens
who do not heye, permane4 Teal.
dence.-. 1-','

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0 Electrical Engineering
0 Electrical MLintanance
0 Good English'
0 High School Subjects
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0 Air Conditioning Refngeration
0 Architecture
' 0 Building Contractor
,0 Carpenter and Mill Work
0 Commercial Art :
0 Automobile Mechanic
Bookkeeping etnd Accounting
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- 0 Creative Salesmanship
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0 Chemks.1 Engineering '

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,CORRESPNDEICE SCHOOLS
Box WI, Scranton, Pa., U.S.A. '

WITHOUT COST OR OBLIGATION, please send me "How o Succeed," one sample lesson, and the opportunity booklet
about the courses which I have checked below:

NAME

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0 Ceneral Chemistry M
-0 Petroleum Engirteering 0 M
0 Civil Engineering 0 In
0 Construction Engin'eering M
0 Highway Engineering' RI
0 Elettricat Drafting: ,OPI
0 Mechanical Drafting ,

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, 0 Mathematics
0 Metallurgy
0 Industrial Engineering
, 0 Mechanical Engineering
0 Refrigeration ','
.0Practical
:TV ,Engineering ,

0 Cotton and Woo ton
Manufacturing r
' Finishing And Dyeing

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TURK VISITS JAPAN ) The 4. trademark it : ..., Jo , ,
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. Pre. mier Adnan Menderes arrived in '...6.4,...,......,
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Week With Camtire
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' tionalBoy Scouts of
Z011e came' to a 'uncoil
- sloe 'with a sparkling
prograin held at Sant
part of a thrte-eay Sc
that locale, ,, ,: ,,..-
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a renettication ceremoi,
over '200 members pie(
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Litwe ;,, t ', t '. l' I
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' awaros-were made to
ing leaders who receiv(
ell, neckerchief for 1
2 work' in the field. Set);
sioner J. A., Hassocks,
missioner D. T. Fosto
- commissioner P., E. F
'' borhood commissioners
,,- ing Sr. and I.' R. Eve
southmasters C: C.'Llic
vitt Stanley 'and ,Scoutl
It: Wray: ''',' '' ', 4"'
,Clarerice 'It. 'raht 'tin
liaison for 'council, 8-1,
i sisted with-the Camp lei
and presented'lhe spl
Mendation. tot vettb co
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chairman of the Boy
committee which' was
fOr planning' the week'
. Including the developm
poster.4,'Veterati con(
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' this program and the s
,, tive expresSed the tour
to 'Jesc French 'for hi
' tion in" planning the c;
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chen set up in the hist
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,,feceived by the COUnCil
- ,, anniversary ere one f
calve secretary of th
erican Association, Sal
' rendez, and John R. B
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4 .border war that COU
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: Egypt:- '
: 2 British concern ove
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British colony and pro
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0 Ceneral Chemistry a ,,, 0 Mathematics 7.
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' ANOTHER -1111S11 was established by the Albrook Air Force Base Education' Office with the recent graduation-of the clam!
, completing' a full year United States Air Force Education Institute group study course. Class member, who finished In- .. .. ,, , ,.. , , ,
, troduction to Accounting 1 and 2 (college level)) are shown above at a graduation banquet held at the Atlas Cub in Pan-, .'. s ., - .. , ,, , .. ,,, ,
ems.- Left to right: TSgt. 'Frederic A. Myers, SSgt., Charles A. Langlois, Mary O. Isbell, A2c 'David A: Adams, Gaynell W. ' ,,' .s. - ,-
- )Aemichael,. Maj. Albert A. 'risone (instructor), -A3c Surt-Ri Lewis, liilda pernandez-Olutrdia, Oswald ',Holly and Helen A.:, ' '' :
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TSgt. 'Frederic A. Myers, 8Sgt., Charles A. Langlois, Mary G. Isbell, A2c 'David An Adams, Gaynell IN. , ,, "no
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'''' '' '. -The l, 11.8, Army. has, ',vacancies an '' institution above high scheol- proved a bill yesterday to grant ' t , ' ,, l, -, ',' -. ' k. f
''' ' for three permanent positions for level' supplemented with ix se- permanent 'US. residence to SI,. , ' . .. ,. .
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' civilian personnel. They are Rorer- 'nester hours in ecitication may be 000 Hungarian refugees admitted , , ,,
' '' Ian GS.5; recreation supervisor, substituted lot three leare of ,tho to this country as temporary pa. .,. , .- , -, i 4-- , : r, ,,: ,- ,- , . , ,, i
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G8.1.'7 and, training officer, .L.S-,7.. required experience,' The abeve rolees. , ' , ..., , ., ,, ,'' ,,, ''' .. , ,,,, , ; i , . , ..
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, wualifications. ter t.ne position as educatiou,, phis 'one year, of gra. '., The bill would carry out Preel. ' "'-;,' -, : ," '' .!.o,..1, -, e , , ,...--....,,,k-,o..ka----- ,, 1 : . ,
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Camp, kite of $4,587.50 pev, annum, are Ss or higher degree in the aPproPri, grant the refugees permanentsta. -- ' A, ...A.A., -
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follows: -. Ote'field will meet the full require. tus., But eammittea sources said' '' ', : '" , '
outeree, In
, The ', applicant' -must. be a ,- gra.: ments for the position. Thie post. it- would provide I speedier pro. .; ., .- -, ,,,..,,..,, ,,, $ ,.',- ,' , I
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' '.: ';'''''' duate from an eccredited institu- tion is paid $142 an hour. ,' cedure than Eisenhower proposed. ,' '., , .
hlighted by t
iy la whiee tion alSove high school level, with -Applicants -tor any of the three Under the Measucre, Hungarian, '. -, ..- -..., ' '''
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not,..reas than. ,30 s.emester,hours Positions shouM ,' contaef the .Ci "paroleesu would undergo an im.1 ,, , , .., ,, ., , ,,., , 1., 1
Igen them.
in, library science,,,or must hold vilian Personnetplitc6,, tBuilding, migratiOn : service ,-.- check r after , l ,r ,,,,,,,,,',,,,,,,,,,, ', ; ,
it Oath end
, f ,, a' degree, in lihrarlr sCience from 22; ,Perozal,,,,; ,.., i,..,,i..00t .r,,,,,,t they had been in the country two .,-. n, :'' ri. ',.6,' ,r,.',1 : ,!,, ,,
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h'e. -pro'gram a .professional library 'school ac. s ? ,' ,,,,:, years.... Those n cleared would be ,...,, ,,,..,. t 1,1...t.,,,,,,,...,--4,410, , A, ;; ,.,, ..
ereditedi.by the. A, merica,n Library '' ' ' ' '' '"" ... , granted permanent residence, re. .. ., , 1. s., -2 ., - -t. , 14 , ,'. ... , ,,"-1 n, . ,
tnelaciow. ,, .., ,,,,,,.,.,.... 4' STRIKE, -HALTS' FLIGHTS .- troactiye to the date of their sr. :'-'' -, ......' '., ; 1. , ,, 1,, -. , , : , ,, ,, .,, ,.
Ki-the coun A,ssociation.,,,,.
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outstanding ; Tiie fecreatiim Supervisor must ." BUENOS 4MIIES 'CUP): Ai- All
rteugees deemed 'inadmissible ",k' ' .' .,"".', .- '' '"'" ''''' 7 i , ..' ,, ', ,, k P ,' ,,t,,,,;,,,-- ,,, , ..,2 4,,, .., ,, ,, ,.. ,,. ,
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, cub corn- ing requirements: , ,. ,, 72 airper,ts were stopped todayhby berculosis, .or,, for other reasons .'-- -,- .. - ,,,,,,....--
?t, ,district ,,She must have tout' and a half a ,strike -0' control, toWer, tec in.
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teaching; or clans, radio' operators and Er Would be subject' to liepertation. ., .:--' -,1. ',,' '10 t,,,,,,k Atg, .wolos
The', committee bill, was intro. .,';',',,-':,,,,,, ,,,. 4, ',, tz,,, ,,,-,.,.-1, 1r ,'1,.;,, , ' ... ,
Vt, A. La- il dministraiive i duties'. t lit connee. Port. seryice. erewa,f The stpke, An
duced, by Rep.,,Micifael A. i Feig., -, . 1 ,,,,,,,or" '''''..' i
ing,' groUP tion with- organized, programs An support -of,,wage slemand,,,w as
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-as arm Da- either camps,..-clubs,e'community seeeduled to,,Coatinya euntil mull 111.n 'iD.Ohio). i .-- t ,4 ,,,',, ; t ,,'' , ,. , , ,
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tast,er ',It playgrounds,,hospitalso schbols, or night.,',-.., -... 11.41 .a, ,,4 ltslo Of-, mated that abolit 4002of the refu. ',,,-,;',','..,,,,,,. ,., ,-, , 4' ,
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si-councluz this experience' must demonstrate ........-.........' sions test.-4But they said about -. '' f- '''.
.B.S.A. as. sneervisory experience; plus' -. the half of these could be given spe. ,;,, ,,I, '.
re program shilitY to lead, others,t-deal with cial waiver. to remain, here.,';t ,, ,;,, yo."--------- . ,,
mial- com- individual ..groups,, and. thepublic , v IS i I, 4. The ., iadministration ,proposal ,., ... --eaaw ..
direissioher adapt recreation. policieS, Methods riost 1,:o:Eriiii
would authorize the attorney gen. ., -. - ',7,, ,n'''' ,.............zoommamm....................., i
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Scout Week ,- Locking .these reouirements. 'ait BEs 4, oc ED, should be granted permanent res. '. ,' ', ,,, .t. .e- f. .. ,,,,,,...,,.. ...-.......,
res'ponsible 'applicant, is',still eligible. provided 0 ,, ,I. -'' idencp and permitted Congression. r -- 1 ?;i: '''''' '-' '' ' '''
a activities she has ,completed a, four year .,', 1,"'"'''''''"'''''' al review of each case. ,, ," ..,,'
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creation or -.. -41 ; '. "1 mission for permanent residence ' ,
cout emelt.
social education ,plus,,118-. months ,,,.!. .0 jk,' would- shorten ,- the. normal five. : .,,,',',.. '.. . , ' ) '",
icil's 'thanks of actual working einerience it i ...,,,,, A,L.'' '. VA., year' waiting period for refugees ,, '' ,;', t- ". r .., ,' ,. e .v y .., . -
1, contrib0. supervising and providing a wide ,11111111v4i: "' 1L-JP, who want to become U.S.,citizens.
amp. layout range of groun activities for, adulte. 4111111-e0b ,.' ,, If ''.Thet committee approved an. ,.
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The salary 'pffered is $5,656.25 per -.............e
other bill to grant permanent res. , '
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Early Dividends Fo'r Teams
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, By FRED DOWN
'NEW YORK, April 21 (13P) 4. The-winter
, deals that sent Bob Purkey to the Cincinnati Red
legs, and Billy Martin to the Detroit' Tigers, have
transformed two of last season's s most disaPpoint
ing teams into solid pennant contenders: ; r;

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'NFIV YORK ',A .1 9
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deala that sent Bob Purkl
legs and Billy Martin to
transfornied:' two of last,
, ing teams into solid penna

. Botk teams are off to fine starts
compared with dismal showings
7 at the', tame stage of 1957. The
Redlegs have a 4-2 record com compared
pared compared )o 2-4 last ,season and the
Tigers :are 6-3 contrasted to 2-6
lad yoar. 4,' s
Purkey, acquired from 'the
' Pittsburgh Pirates. tumed in his
second !straight victor for 'the,
' Itedlegs last night and it was a
, Thig oho" because it was a 2-0
triumph. over, World Series hero
Lew Burdette and the Milwaukee
Braves. Burdette beat the Redlegs
five times last season as the
Bralites- rang up an 18-4 season
margin- over the fourth-place fin

' Martin, obtained from Kansas the Yankees.- ,,.
City,- smashed a double and two Score looked' like, the 'strikeout
' shIgles --to' lead a 13-hit attack king of 'old as the Indians handed
l'':t carried the Tigers. to an 8-2 the White Sox their fourth straight
0-tory over the Athletics behind defeat and sixth in eight games.
, rrul Foytack's six-hitter. Mar- Rocky Colavito doubled and scot'-
''. who's promised his ex-Yankee el from third on Carroll Hardy's
' bridies good seats "for this sacrifice fly for the Indians' first
'. es World Series games in De- run off loser, Billy 4',Pierce ', and
1-,-1," is walloping a gaudy .378 Bobby Avila Iomered-, for their
' for his new teammates. 'other tally.' Scrire has struck out
', 1 ',... '27 batters in 22 innings end ,has a
. in other major developments: 2.86 earned run average.
, --The Washington Senators Sanford beaten by the Braves
sr 'toped the Yankees' .- six.game in his ,first" start.' lim,ted the Pi Pi'"troing
'"troing Pi'"troing streak with a 5-4 triumph rates to seven lut mid contribut contributin
in contributin 10 innings. ,' ,;, ed a two-run tingle to the' Phil Phil,.
,. Phil,. Flame-thrower Herb Score lies' 11-hit attack, which also in in',truck
',truck in',truck out a season high of 13 eluded a homer by Rip Repulski.
,' 'hatters as he pitched the Cleve- Rookie Ron Blackburn Wai tagged
ilnd Indians to a 2-0 win over for three runs in four innings and
. the Chicago White Sox. suffered the loss, ,
, Jack Sanford, N.L. rookie of ' ,,, y' - -,
the year in 1957;..hurled the Phil- Daryl Spencer's two-run hole.,
adelphia' Phillies to an 8-1 deci- er with two out in the ninth
skin over the, Pittsburgh Pirates. ended a San Francisco-St. Louis
' The San Francisco Giants pull- game la which 37 players saw,
cd out an 8-7 win over). the St., action. The blow, Spencer's
Louts Cardinals and the Chicago fourth hit of the game, capped
tubs won a 7-6 thriller, over the a four-run rally by the Gianni
' IAA Angeels Dodgers in other Na- who trailed, 5-0 after the first
, tional League activity while the inning and S-2 as late ., as the
Boston Red Sox snapped a five- eighth. ' -- , , v ,.
. gaine losing streak with a 7-5 de- The Cubs retained first place in
' cision over the Baltimore Orioles the NI. when they rallied for
in the other American League three ninth-inning runs on a pinch
game. .. ','. -: homer by Chuck Tanner and a
Purkey pitched a six titter-for two-run double by Bobby Thom Thomthe
the Thomthe Redlegs' and started their son. The Dodgers had taken the
. winning rally. with a sixth-inning lead in the seventh on homers by
enuble., Johnny Temole's infield Peewee' Reese and ,Gil Hodges,
hit and an infield out put runners the latter's 300th of his career,
on seeond Ind,' third .whereupen and-staged-panother rally in the
Frank Robinson delivered both -hinth,but felipne rurt.ahort,, a .4
With a single. Purkey did the rest First-baseman ,Pete Runnels
at dealt Burdette the shutout led the Red Sox with three hits
rry ,, icine he ,gave the Yankee, in
the World Series, I and two Tuns batted in but it re re'
' re' -,,, nuired a brilliant relief job by
' ' Murray Watil in the ninth' to end
11.1"Ith
,144 2N, Boston's losing skein. Wall took
'NI over With the bases filled and one
arioninit'moitgoan
I out and got the last two outs.with outs.with'
' outs.with' Ul tuntioliVi 1-laciall out permitting a, Baltimore run
"SaNVS 1313Sla" to preserve Toiti Brewer's-first
-- '- ut Jailaayi udreu 1
------ ----- Ivictory of the season.

in other major developments:
--The Washington Senators
srioned the Yankees' six,game
'"troing streak with a 5-4 triumph
in 20 innings. ,v
e. Flame-thrower Ilerb Score
, ',truck out a season high of 13
'hatters as he pitched the Cleve Clevellnd
llnd Clevellnd Indians to a 2-0 win over
the Chicago White Sox. ,
, --Jack Sanford, N.L. rookie of
the year in 1957;.,hurled the Phil Philalelphia'
alelphia' Philalelphia' Phi llies to an 8-1 deci decision
sion decision over the, Pittsburgh Pirates.
The San Francisco Giants pull pulled
ed pulled out an 8-7 win over). the St.,
Louts Cardinals and the Chicago
tubs won a 7-6 thriller, over the
Angeels Dodgers in other Na Na,
, Na, tional League activity while the
Boston Red Sox snapped a five five.
. five. game losing streak with a 7-5 de de'
' de' cision over the Baltimore Orioles
in the other American League
game. ,
Purkey pitched a six 0 liter for
the Redlegs' and started their
winning rally. with a sixth-inning
eouble., Johnny Temnle's infield
hit and an infield out put runners
on second Ind.,' third ,whereuptm
Frank Robinson delivered both
with a single. Purkey did the rest
at dealt Burdette the shutout
rty -,icine he gave 'the Yankees in
the World Series, ,
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provided 'the margin of victory. Delgado '' ',''' ""' 2 '' 0 5 ,4 Waultee Braves had been reached.
. with- Jobn-paynr-,- --A N- A-5 TA s- ir A... ,,,,m-rwlib-dori-Hall,,,-,.- -,withon.s... tept.,, t, ,yrinke 'their debut' thls weekend.- in-time-1w Pataille-on4undayr -11., additiooto.,a4 b a,0 len 21 ,....,,,,,;.......... ,.,...., Wed au a night, gamejlere Aut.
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The Tigers won their third
straight game 'and moved to
L within one game of the first firstplace
place firstplace Yankees with the aid of
a four-run burst against Duke'
Mart du the thbrd inning., Chat
ley Maxwell and Frank Bolling
Ind. two hits each foe-. Detroit
1 and Hector 'Apex hoMered for,
Kansaik City; :
4im Lemon singled home qtoy
Sievers with the Senators' winning
run in the lOth after an' error by
shortstop, Gil, McDougald enabled
Washington ..to tie the score with
two out in, 'the ninth. Bud Byerly
picked up his second win for the
Senators and Ryne Duren locfr for
the Yankees.'
Score looked' like, the 'strikeout
king of ,old as the Indians handed
the Wbite Sox their fourth straight
defeat and sixth in eight games.
Rocky Colavito doubled and scor scored
ed scored from third on Carroll Hardy's
sacrifice fly for the Indians' first
run off loser Billy 4''Pierce and
Bobby Avilallomered-, for their
Snider Injured
' LOS ANGELES, April 24 (UP)
Duke Snider; vetoran hitting
, star,' of Ahe Dodgors, was 'on
' suspension today as punishment
for straining a tondon in his ol.
bow whilo oneaging kl,A10)if of
horsoplay last night prior .to his
foam's gimo with the Cubs:.
Maniger Walt Alston, irod be.
cause thl iniury forced him to
.rettiove,Snkler from tho limup
and khange his batting order af;
tor he had innoimeed it, order,
Snider taken of the payroll "un "until
til "until hi is in condition to plsy
gain" -1 ,r,-
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or, trainor, said the injury was aminor,
ondo that should not hoop Snider
- out of the lineup for more than
a day opr-,,two.
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in's s m ot disalipoint! : ':':-,. .:1,;,,:::,,,::,,-,,:i7,:', ::'-H ::...::.:.::,::.::;!:' ...,:::;':::1 ,':::::':,,::::::A;.,,,,,,,l',7:,,i..i.:,-;.:,-:;:.-::::,',:::.::":!,:,:.7:,:::'.:;':Hs:- : -: s, : : : ::::::,::::,':::::' --: NATIONAL wLELAGpelltE. G..-8: :r, .s. A. M: EltICANwIELARGclit.1 c'-,3;. (
ntenders.',:i .'.'- ,, -, :i f - : ,,,:,.:,,!:;,..,,,j-.:.,,,.:, :..r ,,:.:.,:.,.,.;:.,,,.,:,,,4.:::, ...:,:,,,,,:,::,,,,,::;,:,.::::::::i:,::.,:,,,,,;,::::!.:::::,,,,,:::. -:, ,.,
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'rlgers won their third, it :'..11..s.';',:,'.::".:,,"-,,;.:-.:::::: : i ,..:,;4'...1- ::..-.....,::::':,:l.' :....: li,,-.."l:.::::.:;:li,.,:::.-..-,i ', ::::,:.,:l'i-':::.:.',l;:::::::: I "i '.:'.'il::-"l:-':-..::":- ....,-:.::: t :::' -.': -::
::'.: :, ,., San Francisco ; -, 5 3 .625 '..' li Kansas Cit7 i ...,-,T 5 3 --'-1,5 VA '.
la game !and -moved to ,,,,:::.:,..:.n.!.., ,..,...;..,. I
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, Milwaukee '- -1 ',..- 4 3 .571 .. 1 -- Washington "s .4 3. .571 2 .-.,."-,,
one game of the ,, first- ...,:,i'.-:.v..,,,,.......,
Yankees with the aid of .. (r.'-r'3,--4'''', ; KN. Philadelphia 3 3, .500 ". 112. Cloveland '-'' ..-; 1, 4 5 .444 3 ;
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Los Angeles N :',.' 3 4 .429 2 Baltimore 3 4 4'29 -', 3 t.
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r-run burst against Duke.' ; t'
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an the thbrd inning.. Chat : y" T-' !-s.- , 1,1 ..
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lector Lopez boMered 4 or , Is :.:::.,,,'N::::',:lt"::lgll:;:::::'-il.,,.'i i : i i ,::'.,:'.:,1:.::.':',S,!:.:'.;:4;:::.:;,:-i:p;'::. ,
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, ,, 'Milwaukao at Cincinnati (N), '-, Chicago at Clevaland t,":,,-. ','....i N
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-,' Pittsburgh at ',Philadelphia 7 (N) -4' NOw York at Washington ,t., ,k,,-,t'p-.1..
LeMon singled home s' lloY : :, ,,::s::,:,:::- ::. k.::,::
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with the Senators'. wiining .:ss-.1.::::::.:.,A,:,ia :,,,,,-.::.,,,,:::-:::, ::,,. :,,,,,: 1
the 10th after an' error by .. :.,-:-..:-......,...;,,:...,:..1,,,,:..:.
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- -'-'. Yostorday's Results .;'"'", l. ''', Yo' storday1t'Rostrtis' .- .,
.. St.' Louis -.", ,, 500 000 101-7 11 2 Baltimoro.,.., 020 COO 021,5 12 0
Dp, Gil, McDougaid- etiibled ',', 1, ::'..:-:A::::.:::::.',,,..:,:i..l:l,:l: :.',.:l:::l:: I.
,. S:a jnon.Frsarn,p'.,1;ie'-,00,,,,OtAl4larti 10n2,4-611c 118241, BoBsrtolownn,,,,B.;sal'm.:2000n,.t03.11)0,lozuvielrOin.k.2 s,--
gton to tie the 'score with ,;-, .. ..
t. in -the ninth. Rod ByerlY .f., t1:::::: :::::: :':::::' l:
up his :second win tor the, '..,
's and ,Ryne DUren loott. for ', :.::: : :
(0-1)- and Katt, , ,''., "',''' Volker, Lohman and Triandos. ,...,
' s' Gomez, Millart, Conetablo Bar- -5 Itrowar,, (1-0),, Delock,,, Wall and ''''.
nkees.'',...",,,."' .'. i Is, '' ..- ::::', ;::
,1 lOoked likes the 'strikeout '' clay. Crone, Grissom (1-0),',- and -whits.. ,,,...,, ,-..,,:-, ,,, ., ,
, Thomas,' khinidt, :Testi., ,' i" --$,,,- ;-A,--',..'. ''- -';(". -,, ',' .':
',old as the Indians handed ,-.1.
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. ". ''''' .--.4-'"----"s; i "''' -''''" -'ChICO'go;':;.,'," 000 000' 020-1., 3 i 1 ..'
ite Sox their' fourth straight ,7- ,.
s,:::.,':
,, , ':-, (Night 'Gamer:- '' 1.'.1-7 '''' Cleveland ',..7,- 011 ,000 00x-2 7 3
and sixth in eight' games. R ,
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. Pittsborgh ".! ., 001 000 000-1 ;-.7'y I : , Plarto li.2) and :-Lollar.,Battiy. ',
Colavito doubled and scor- ., ...,.; ::--:':: : ,:
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'7 : Philadelphia sloi 021-002-03x-0 11' 0 "' 'Scoro (2-1) and, Brawls.; : ... ; ..
n third on Carroll Hardy's :, :,
., Blackburn 41-1 i, :i Witt,-s' DanifilS ..';' !,(: :. :.,. ,,,o......... -- ...-., '-.., 1: ,
.e 'fly for the Indians', first :
',,- and Kravitz. -,' "-- !"-.., ,i'.: 7. ,.-- ','',,' (Night'Gamal -'.: ,'Y ,,
: loser -.:Billy,g',.Pierce and --,
,....., i Sanford (1-1) and,,Lopata. -.,': Now -Yorkl::030 010 000 to-4 10 1 i
'Avili -110mered.,, for : their
,', .. ,--- ': ' ': Washington 002 001 001 1-5-11 0
:ally."' Scre hOS struck -out
. ; '''.', 'A (Night 'Gamol s' ;,''-''.," Kucks,, Ditmar, Shanke.,, Duren- t
erg in 22 innings and ,bas a
, Milwaukee :-. ;, 000 000 000-0 6 :L, It (0,1) and Borra,,,,,,,,'io,,,1- .- 1 y, rf : I.'
rued run avers ge. , ...:.-
Cincinnati ''",,''- 000 002 00x-2 :5 i 0 :-.f ,,Stobbs,,,,Kominarer',,Plidoi ligor.'''
wrd beaten b:.,the Braves ,,
' Burdafte I.)), Conley and Cran:' Ii.-(1.9). and" Courtney.: ,i ', ...l...-
first' start; lim,ted the Pi- '',- , .. '. ; dam. ', t. ,t" ,- ,;;..,,,,,,:,. :,-,...
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OOLF. WINNERS ,--, Five of these sixwirmers of the Army,Atlantio Special Service, Golf Tournament' are'rpresenting 'Ann
Atlantic in'tbe Panama Area Armed Forces Golf Championship which js currently being played on-the Fat Da ViS ,and Fort
Amador links. From left to right ara: Sergeant, William.H. Morrow, Sergeant First Class Stafford Stankwitz; Colonel Gines
Perez-, Lieutenant Colonel Alvie L; McDuff, Captairi Victor Navas Ad Major .Hans Ruthe. 'Captain Navas was eliminated
from the team by lvlaJor Ruthe,irt a, playoff which, broke a tie between. the two znen Or fifth place.-411.S. Army Photo).

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' New 'York featherweighi Pr 1
D,: '' i - -t, ,,, t !: Interseholastic 'i,- ,',
. -, ,?n Basketball 'League 'it. ',

New York 'featherweight Prince
Johnson, who makes ,his second
Isthmian appearance Sunday in St
10-round feature bout against Je Jesus
sus Jesus lantamaria -.at the National
Gym,' said today' that he is in
Intlgh 'better shape now than' be
Was when .be decisioned ex-barttaMweight
champ Kelvin' Bourne
two weeks ago. 4
The visitor 'earned a unanimous
verdict over Bourne but he himr
self admitted after the fight that
his performance- was not up to
par. -7
, The chtmky,-,' hard-hitting 22-
year-old ,Negro. explained that he
had been -bothered considerably
by Panama's, recent;record heat
wave,' after Jeaving the cold of
New York,-bence the reason for
his, slOwing. down in the late
FOUntt of his 'scrap with the' Pan Panamanian.
amanian. Panamanian.
,"I'm mere atclimated' iow,
and 'besides the temperature an,,
the' Isthmus t bas r Cropped,"
-.Johnson said, "I expect to wbip
Santamaria more Impressively
that I did Bourne," he added-.
If the New Yorker', doeK, beat
Santamaria, he will be the first
professional boxer' te, turn the
rick., :
The :slim Coloh fighter, who is
Panattla'S interim 126-pound king,
is 'unbeaten ,,,, in 13 fight-for-pay
bouts.- One of Ws victories is a de decision
cision decision over Bourne. ,,.
In SundaY's six-round semifi semifinal,,
nal,, semifinal,, former amateur bantam-,
'weight champion Hect9r Hicks
engages Roy Thoike,,
Two fourTround preliminaries
rbund out the card.
,
Terry, Lou 67,, Makes !.
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Beaef, C61 lege s
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JENKINTOWN, Fa;---t-; Terry
touih Of Cristobal,,C.Z.-, is a 'mein
ber Of the Beaver,College, swim
ming squad. This is hot' t firit
year in, the:Beaver pool.,-;,
The' squad. has k-, -ban: practicing
for its five-meet' schedule since
December and wiU tryn'Its sea
son on Feb.10 at' Drexel.- Other
meets scheduled are Feb. 20, West
Chester. Away; Feb. 2;, Temple
flome; March Chestnut Bill
Home; 'and, Marcf)'13,i Universlt)
of Pennsylvania..AwaY. t 1
Miss Louis is. a freshman at
Beaver and, is. a member of 'the
liberal, Arts, curriculum, :She
the daughter of : 'and Mrsi
Charles Louis and e gra.
duate,.of COstobal 'high Selma,

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Despite rumors to ;thecontrary,
fabotaje will-start.in the May,,1
4 $15,000' added' Preildent ,of the
Republic Classic"-, ,,4 4
And his rider will' be none oth;
er than,' leading' ,jeckey
Baezi who has turned, down an of offer
fer offer ,to, guide Diocese, 'ht. order to
handle the xeins. on Silvio Uzza.
rtn's colt.",12 ,
, Trainer. Henry, WhIte.'; has-,
Sabot il'ready for a Night-,
ener" in Saturday's nightcap.
The,colt will,- have ', to extend
himself if he is to,, whip such
good racers, as Kensington, and
Amah in the : seven-furlong
i't.
,Kensingtoni ;which returns -Ids
competition aften -a' lengthy layoff
'during which he recovered from a
pin-firing job, has been worldng
out fora good while and 'seems to
be as good as new.
'; ,
Another ,'President's" .Classic
nominee, MichauX, is reportedly
improved from his hoof ailment
and will probable get tothe start.
mg line for the May 4 blue ribbon
vent.' '
, Julio Rodriguez,, who hi
placed Baeza on-the CocochiSta;
bie's' horses ,'thiss weekend, ,' Will
cost likely be' Diocese's jockey in
tile '$15,000 4added find five five,tighths
,tighths five,tighths grind; '- ,'
K.,' Another lit'of 'talk :,diselese
that veteran Chilean ace Ruper.
to Doiloso may be contracted to
make the trip here especially ,to
ride 'the expensive .Camarista
-in the big race.' Camarista's
entrymate, the ,eildy favorite to
win- the ,classie will
, have. classic speciallit Fernando
Alvaricln. the pilothouse',
Sergio ,Kohoh this 'week', sold
'ivo:of the nine Chilean thorough thoroughtreds
treds thoroughtreds he brought bere a fortnight
ago, Canino, a -noted- hpriiiter,
was'acquired by the -Stud' Buena
Fe and will be trained by Luis IL
F'arrogra., Sputnik, a' halt:brother
of 'speedster Nagir, was bought
by,,tos, (Tlto)' Sitton's,Btud Bo Bolucte
lucte Bolucte and traind'hy Met;
' 00, ,
'nfildo DiaL '
Track bandicapperPetronilo A A'
' A' oils, has, announced-that-the, fol,
owing horses are elegible to par parleipate
leipate parleipate ip the."gentleman riders!!
acer Kairt Nogalino, Dim, 'relo.
Vo,-4b-Panzaretta,
gultim;,,Psnieus, '.'Ocala Miss,' A Alist,
list, Alist, Lana, El Fakir, Cursle,
7ambrioleur, Reflector and Ma Mat'u'
t'u' Mat'u' Cristina: ,
iTbis vent k Will' be- an
added attraction on tay, ; the
daY the President's -,Classit Will
he'run. -r
Entries'for next week's races'
on May 1, 3 and 4 will be received
it the track manager's office un until
til until Sunday 'Sfternoon-77The-MIY .1
LabOr,Day Classic, is, being,held
'n honor of all of Paoamittp work workng
ng workng ,peoplek, '0
, ,
'Argentine-colts
Pocks Pilchas and native young young.ers
.ers young.ers Titita, Tuti Frutl,,Mohica Frutl,,Mohica,
, Frutl,,Mohica, no and Silveri are scheduled to
-Make lbeir debut' thic weekend.-1
All are two-year-olds.,;

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' Sicabit. 'and Pocas,Pilchis have
sotne good workolit. ; 0 "therr
:redit end could surprise:in their
debut., ''. ' :" '.t,
' Much P 'more interestis being
stirred lip over the natives, how however.
ever. however. ' -7- '-, ,,
Tititi, a powerfully I developed
chestnut -daughtet of Keyhaven
out of Glory's-Ace, may go off the
mutuels favorite' on the strength
of her good workouts plus the
fact that ihe is a full sister to
'the unbeaten Janina. :
.
' Mo'hic.ano, a bay son. of Tamesis-Sensitiva,
and Silveri, a roan
offspring of 'Keyhaven-Certa 111,
will race in, the Barris Sart -Jose
e.ntry. Both have been turning in
impressive practice runs,
Tuti Fruit,: a big brown filly by
Bracmour-Casabuena;., should also
be in the thicit of things from Etart
to finish.
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Invalurble knocks by O. Rollos
28, A: Peters 23 not ;out, Larnot'
22, 'CI Mikd 18 and T.' Jimmott
12 enabled ,Clovelly !to score '2135
runs for 8 wickets declared' again
the., Wothack American Whiskey C
C'. ln' the PacifiC Cricket League
genic-played att,Paraiso on' Sim
day, April 90. ',Thereby, Clovelly
became the .chapiops ior the 195:
cricieet season. 1.
, Winning 4he toss and sendini his
opponent to bat on. a docile wic
ket. Kerr. opened his attack. with
M.' Smith and Brown to the
baKing of Moore and 1, Lamot
Early succeis carne,to the W.A.W
a's' LIVioore Was. sent back' by G
Brown for 0 but Lamott 1,vho was
joined. by.' Rollox used the
handle- extensively, and, when he
was,,dimissed 2 wickets ,were dowt
for 45 Tuns. The 3rd, Jell, for 68
the 4th for 91 the 5th for 95, tht
8 and .7 lot, 100 .anclo the 8 fill
118 extras were 17. :
'Bowling for Womack Americat
'Whisckey ,A. Waite took 4 wicket
for 15, runs, G., Brown for 56
M. Smith 20 runs for 01 wicket,
and Kerr, 20 runs for 0 wickets
t. Given 155 minutes 'to make the
tuna the Womack American
key 'replied with 60 'runs all out
Batsmen reaching double figure-,
Were A. ',Waite 12 and G:
, Bowling for Clovelly Moore
took 3 wickets for runs, p; Mik
2 for 4,. S. Thomas 2 for '17, ant
W, Brathwaite 2 for 24.
;Umpires 'were C.1- Walker ant
A. Barber.
,; v :
The prizes 'given by the leaguf
at the end of each match wer
ivon Sy A. ,Vaite for, taking tin
most wickets and 0, .Rolicut tot
making the most,rtinv Palyers ot
the Paraiso and Womack Ameri American
can American Whikey C.C., are asked to bt
itrtime-st-.Paraiso-ortsSundayrA-,
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1;:- STANDINGS''
.!' Interseholastic '4'
, Basketball League
Teams 4 W L Pct
Cristobal High ; 1 0' 1.000
Balboa High 1 1 .300
iltinior College
' Tuesd a y's Results
,,,Cristdbal, 63 'Balboa, 60
: Tonight's Game 7 p.m,
Cristobal High)vs Junior Cellege.
, By TREVOR SIMONS
'Paced by Billy Gibson, who net,
led a total of 21:points, and spark.
ed by a brilliant last minute rush
ed by a brillianClast ininuter-irshl
in the closing s es o, n d s of thi
game, Cristobat Hrgh: School too c'
vet, first, place, in the interschol
esti& ,Baskethall racewith ,ii 63
1
t Go yin over Balboa High at
Margarita Tuesdnv nioht
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Margarit4 Tuesday night, The I
obrn. uy;11 441.
etame take it's' ol-a--4-7.tirn' ono
the mbst cage, contests
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ever played on, the Isthmus,- for
it waS packed with eXeitement
that 'mounted as the game pr9
greased with Balboa f, out in troll,
all th-e way ,anct then coming,
screaming finish wilh the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers forcing their way ahese
with Aes than a minute left -to
phv. ;
The varsity' game- was 'the last
of three' games Played, at Marga Margarita
rita Margarita itym Tuesday -- The
(Balboa freshmen took, the -,,, mea
sure, of CHS freshmen by a' fan fantastic
tastic fantastic 5t to' 12 margin.' 'Balboa.-
Junior ,Varsity quintet made
two 4n, a row for the Pacific,Sid
era- by Acoring a narrow ,23 tp
21 Win over- the Tiger JV
Mfddle game, of, the ,ltight. But 'it
was 'main,'event of the night
the varsity Contest, that. packed
all the 'and .1tept the fans
standing and hollering for 32 min minides
ides minides of high 'powered tenion.'
' The Bulldogs frbm-Balbea 'raced
into an' early lead quickly in the
first quartet and looked line much
the best.110 'they led .the Tigers
19 to 8.: The' Tigers got to within
strikidg distance. in the sectnd pe
rliod, 'outscoring the Bulldogs 19
tO ,144 but still lound themselves
oft the shd.rt end, of a 33 to 27
coun s
t at half time iBoth team
battled evenly' in the third ,qtiar ,qtiarter
ter ,qtiarter Balboa tacking one -more
point, bn to' their, narrow margio
and, paced the Tigers 45 to 8 a
the end df that period. But it was
the' last three 'and one half min minutes
utes minutes of play, that really exploded
into, a', bout that'tould have gone
either 'At' that time, 3 -1-2
minutes before the end of the
game, Cristobal trailed by 9
points and 'there ',were not itianY
who expetted theligers to rally
for the Victory.'
Here the CRS. drive begun,
with, a minutes left, to play the
were still two points off the pace
when,,Bill Gibson ouickly dropped
in two-pointer to knot the count
' at 60 ,to',68. Pressing the Bulldogs
Cristobal regained the ball and
John Boseman sank a field goal
from the right side of the key-hole
to put CriKobal out -in 'front 62
' to 60 and with.but 2 seconds re
Maining in the game, Wendy Sas
ao sank a,oul shot to ice the de decision
cision decision for the'Atlantic Sider&
iBoth teams were,' weak from
Vie foul ,line,' but oddly enough
that department was the differen
between victory and defeat Both
C'rstobal and Balboa had' a tota
of 28 field (goals, but Cristobal
11 for 24, against; Balboa's 8 ter
19, though both Poor averages
provided the margin of victory.
.111, additionto., a 4 b 21
points. Wendy Sasso netted 16 for

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Ez.r.t:n CPRnO
NATIONAL LEAGUE
' L Pct. Gli
Chicago 5 2 .714
Cincinnati 4 2 '.667
San Francisco 5 3 .625
Milwauboo 4 4 3 .S71 1
Philadelphia ; 3 .500
Los Amities 3 4 .429 2
Pitsburgh - 2 S .206 3
St. Louis 2 5 .286 3
' Today's Gams
St. Lauls at San Francisco ,v
, Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N),
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia' (N)
' Chicago at Los Angeles 1
Yesterday's Results
St.- Louis SOO 000 101-7 11 2
San Fran. 400 MI 024-4 12 1
Jonas, Paine, Martin, Clark
(0-1) and Katt, : '
Gomel, Millar, Constable,' Bar Barclay,
clay, Barclay, Crone, Grissom MO), and
Thomas, khinidt, Testa.
(Night Ga maY 1 "1 7 ."
Pittsborgh t 001 000 000-1 7 I
Philadelphia 021-002-03x-0 11, 0
, Blackburn 4144', Witt, 131111111
and Kravitz. , ,' 4
t Sanford (1.1) and Lopata.'
, (Night Gam '
Milwaukee 000 000 00-0 6 -0
Cincinnati 000 002 00x-2 'S 0
' Burdett 111), Conlar and Cram Cramdall.
dall. Cramdall.
purkey ,(:24) Ind Baiky;
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(Night-Game) ",
Chkago 200 200 001-7 10' 4
Los Angales 203 000 201-4' 7 1
Drott, Elston (1.0). 1.P..-Labitt
0-1). HRS--Walls (lst),, e se
(1st); Hodges 12nd), tonne (1st).
ight Resulis4-.
' TORONTO:7,' Geoige Chuvalo,
208, Toronto,. knbked out How Howard,
ard, Howard, King, 190, Rend', Is ley. (2). 4:
BEACII,,Fla.t' !Bobby
Rogers, 13,4, Chicago, outpointed
Ernie,' WU Rams, 1.3'At, Avashing Avashingtoll,
toll, Avashingtoll, D.C.., (10). t
CHABLO:DrE,:: Ne;': ; Art Swf
den, 195, Pittsburgh, outpointed
Oscar PhiTo, 20,3 Birmingham,
Ala. '10).'l '
R In 0 )4
,Cilatayud,1 112., Vene
zuelas terew -with Abeyta
112, Oakland,' (12Y; liortls
American flyweight title bout.
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' SPOKANE, ,,' Wash.! .1tuggett
Rouse:, 161,, Opportunity, ,,, Monti
Dee'. Joe' Neal, n1.66, yallej,Calif,
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MotchesVinners
Individual ,and team awards tt
winners of rthe.U.S. Aimy ,Carib
bean Command rifle, and. ;pistol
matches will be presented at cer.
emonies to .be carried over CFN
radio' and television tomorrtny. at
5:45 mon.
,' Brigadier General Milton 1,, Og Ogden,,,USARCAltIB
den,,,USARCAltIB Ogden,,,USARCAltIB ,denuty; es m
manding general, is to awarCthe
medals and trophies during' tht
"Iteporr, segment of CFN's Pano
rama, program., - ,-;;;
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the winning cause.' RaulBarbara,
Balboa's best shooter, was tops,
for the IBulldogs with a 20 point
total, for the, night,, followed 'by
Culbreth's 16 and Gary. Alex
andfr who accounted for
, Jr. 'Canino Plays ',!,,-44
. At ,Margarito Tonight
- Cristobal ,High wilnake a crack
at C2., linlor College at the' Mar Marearita
earita Marearita gym, tonight, witlf g a M
time set for- I p.m. On 'the
streneth of the J.C,-81 )to 44 de
ieat by, Balboa last 'Friday and
Cristohnl's. elose ,win Tuesda y
nighty, the Tigers are being quot quoted
ed quoted as big favorites to score their
second win of the season without
to truth difficulty.
' College's single threat Is Don
Alexander, the only really ac accomplished
complished accomplished basketball player, 'on
the team. Jim Selhy, adds plenty
of fight 'and spirit, to the of,..
force, but has little more to contrl
but to the College defense ot the
title they wort in 1,957, Cristobal
op the other hand, has good hal halonce
once halonce in their first five: Sasin,
Roseman Gibson, Kirkland an(
Pabenq :
Gibson and Kirkland give the
Tigers the edge in height ant
Chin, Humphrey and Kulig give
Paul Moser a good bench witt
which to substitute -without weak.
ening his quintet. 4
Cristobat High fq fs pf
Sasso 6' 4 4 16
Pabon 3 2 8
G3ibson 10 1 23t
Boseman 2 1 2 5
Chin 0 1 0 1
Kirkland 23 1 8
Humphrey '' 2 0 2 4
Totals 26 11 15 6
Salboa Hiq3h fg fs' pf
Cunningham 2 0 4 4
Culbreth 7 2 136
Alexander 6' 2 134
Barbara. 8 4 0 20
Morris ,, 1 0 4 2
Delgado 2 0 5 4
,
' 26 11 15 6
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7 2 136
6' 2 134
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Culbreth .74 ," 7 2 ., 136 , : '
Alexander 6' 2 134 PITTSBURGH .(vp) Monday.,
Barbara. : 8 4, 0 20 night's rained-out game lietNveen
Morris .-, 1 0 4 2 the Pittsburgh Pirates and Mil MilDelgado
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Datreit 6 3 .647 1
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Bill Birrer,- atnewcomer, to e the
Montreal Rooyals' pitchingr staff,
has practically' clinched a place
'for hiniself the Istartimr rotErt
tion as the Canadian nine sweepu
-through the sonthi a,
The 29-year-old righthander'best.'
ed Don-Cardwell and the Miami'
Marlins,' 3-0, last night, -fas Mon.
treal retained Its first place tie
'with. Rochester ,iti the Interna-
tionat4 League.'
In two previous lippearanies it0.
' eainst Columbus03irrer was also alsoimpreSsive.
impreSsive. alsoimpreSsive. IN,"
Havana, defeated Torinto,''
in the only ,other 4, Wednesday .:
ii night gameif while Rochester
topped' Richinond;.,4.1;'' and ,,Co ,,Columbus
lumbus ,,Columbus romned..eyer Buffalo, 112
:51 in der action, -' 2.
',',, Orlando Pella. went all "the way.,
for, 'the Sugar Kings 'to gain -his :..,-
;irst 'decision of the. season.- Don
Johnson, the most yauble pitcher
in the league list4year, was. re-
moved 'in the first liming and suf.!,
fered his. second loss.

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''Ilretet;iii' 'Lynn' IoVengulth -need!'
ed ninth inning' .help to defeat
Richmond. Lovenguth, who start-
ed the season with ,the' St.- Louis
Cardinals, yelded homer to
Rance-Pless Jor 'tka Nees' only
' A grand slam homer, by Gair
Allie Was the big blow as eSoffa--
lo 'hopped its ftfth straight game.,
Cholly.. Naranjo e pitchOd shutout'
ball for' seven innings -for the !lots
but ',was,.relleved by George 0'..
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hout weak- so set by Connor in 1050. ',-,
4 :,A total of fiqeen swimmers we
, o'n hand for the comnetiton., In the
fq fa to' girls' division Pat Rogers missed
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11 'Li Li
Standing of ths Teams
Teams W Pct.
Atlantic' 4 0 LOW
Fastlichs ' 3 1 .750
Armed Forces I 3 .250
Cirundu 0 4 .000
Results of Games Pletad
4
April lt 20 and 21
, t
April 19 ''1rastlich 5; Curudnu
5 (tie game).
- April -19 .Atlantics 3, -Armed
Fortes '2.,
April 20 --kAtlantics 13, Curtin Curtin.
. Curtin. du 2. 1.
April 20 Fasilich 9, Arm-ed
Forces - -- 4
April 21- Fastlich 21, Curun Curun'
' Curun' du I (playoff' of tie).
' Next Saturday's Gam's
x Curundu vs. Armed Forces at
' Balboa at I
Curundu vs, FastlicbS at Balboa
at 3:13 p.m.

, Next Sunday s Games."'
Atlantics vs. Fastliebt at' Fort
Clayton at 1 p.nt '"",
z Curcndu vs. Armed Forces at
Fort Clayton at 3:15 p.m.
(X Curundu and Ar med
Forces will play the seventh. of
protested game 'of April 12 after
their regular game.)
hi Sanders Atlantic Teen Agers
retained their one-game margin
, over their Pacific side rivals,
' Chie- Batterton's Fastlichs, as a
result of the second round of the
tournament from which the 15
players to represent the Can. Zone
In the Veteran' of Foreign Wars
Annual Tournament at Hershey,
Pc, will be selected.
I The -Atlanties- nosed eut to a
slick 3 to 2 victory over Sergeant
Norman's Armed Irorces team in
the opening game of a doublehead doublehead.
. doublehead. er at Fort Clayton of Saturday.
Going into the lower half of the
final Inning deadlocked at two
- and two, 'Robin Morland was hit
by a pitched ball, was sacrificed
, to second by Jeff Leon, moVed
to third-on Babe Marquard's
gle, and scored the winning run
on Eddie Donahue's single. One
of the biggest thrills of the se se.
. se. ries came in the uppet' half
Abe seventh 4'n."1 Thr
Atlantics were leading 2 toy I
and Brien Lutz hao disposed of
two ee, the Armed' Forces batters
in the final round when Bud! Bat Batcheldor,
cheldor, Batcheldor, Armed Forces seeond
baseman hit a long home pun
to the rilht field well at Fort
Clayton. It 'was one of tht longest
, hits otrthe seriea, and Onr of, the
most eimportant but, the' Atlantics
solved Doug., Bergeres stuff for
, the -wit4er Aalf of, r. the
inning, '0; ,-.07
, In the first game pf the Satur.1
day twin bill Fastlich and ,Curun.1
7. de, played a 5-all tie, game, call,
' ed, at ,the end' of the eighth in in'
' in' ,ning because ,of ,the limit.
' The Fastlichs took Ovid in the
, first four innings but Sergeant
Marcum's Curundu tailenders took
adyantage of, Woody French's wild wildness
ness wildness in the li.th fluting to tie the'
score. This game was featured by
' the heavy hitting of Gary Ness
of Faetlighs who had 'two singles
and homer and two stolen ,bas ,basea
ea ,basea for his day's work.
, Sunday a Busy Day
, in Sonday'a tap,,,a,the Atlantics
, gomped on Ourundir by a 15 to 2
score and Fast tens rallied to
score 41 to 5, Will over Armed
Forces.' "-' '
Held to two'hitS b3t Brien 'Lutz,
Curundu scored their only runs
' in the first inning but the Atlan Atlantics
tics Atlantics had, scored four in their half
- and added three 'more in the fifth
and sent 11 batterii to the" plaLe
in the Seventh inning al they
scored ,eight more,
In the ,Arnied Forces-Fastlich
a terpiece, feastlich moved into
the lead with"' two runs in the
pening inning but dropped 'behind
: in the third when'Armed Forces
2 took 'advantage of Bob Forttine's
wildness and added two safeties
' off reliver Mike Klipper for five
runs. This -three-ten margin ena enat
t enat bled. them to hold the lead until
the fourth inning when10 r it 3 t.
lichers' went to bat with Curtis
Schwarzrok contributing a double,
' Frank Ammirati ,and Buzzy Rath.
geber turning,In. singles, 'IC e 9
Pearl a double, ,fiihn Bateman-4
triple, and Doug Pajak clinching
' the show witir bomer,whith put
' the Fastlichs in the van 9 to 5.
Bob Fortune Hurls No-Hitter
In the playoff of the tie game
, between Fastlich and Curundu in
,,' be first game of, Saturday's dou dou;
; dou; bleheader, plaired a Fort Clayton
on Monday night, April 21, Bob
',Fortune Fastlich hurler pitched a

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no-bit game as the Fastlichs
romped to their third ivux of the
serles by a 21 to 1 score. Curun Curundu
du Curundu scored a run sin the third in inning
ning inning when Tiny Zent drew s
walk, stole second, went to third
on Billy Arnold's out, and scored
op a tiudcileston passed ball.
While Fortune was counting Up
15 strikeouts in his no-hitter,' his
teammates made merry at. the
expense of Jimmy. Dykes a n d
Frank Smith, scoring almost st
will with four in the first, three
in the third,. seven in the filth,
four in the sixth; and three in the
seventh. Gary Ness, Fastlich -first
baseman, was the leading hitter
with a bases-loaded homer in the
fifth, a triple in the sixth,, a n d
his second homer in the seventh,
the whole accounting for eignt
runs batted in. Gary also collect collected
ed collected a triple as did Woody French,
with Ken Pearl -and Doug Pajek
each colecting two doubles.
The box scores Of the week-end
games:, ..
Saturdeigs Game at Fort Clayton
ltastileh AB It H PO A I
Batemas, rf 2 1 0 1 0, 0
R.- Fortune, rt 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rathgeber, of 4 0 1 2 ,0 0
Ness, lb 4 1 0 0
Schwarzrok, 2b 4 0 0 2 1 0
Ammirati, sia 4 0 1' 3 0
Morris, e --t--,' 4.1.1'1 2 1
Pajak.' 3b'- ,- 2' 2 2 2 ,2 1
liuddleston, 0 1 0 0
French, W. p '2 0 0 .!. 1 tl 1
Klipper, p 0 0 0 2 0
Totals ": :, 31' 3 9 24 10 5
Ciro& , AB R .11.P0 A. K
Zent,- ss 3 0 1 1 1 1
McFadden 2b 4 0 0 1 2 0
Arnold, r 5 0 ; 2 0 0
Gerardi, 3b 2 1 0 $ 0
Underwood, lb ,, 0 2 O. 0
Metcalf, lb, , OA 0 2 0 0
Suarez, If 2 '1 0 0 0 0
Manning, It 2 1 ,1. 1. 0 0
Altizer, c 2 1 1'4 2 2
Reichert, 3 0 2 4 1 0
Dykes, p 0 0. 0 ',0. 0 0
Smith, p. 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 25 t 5 24 3 9

J. Fortune, ss
Browning, If
Batenelcior, 2bk.
Denson, et
Berg, e
Peterson, Ib
Bergere, p :4'
Thomas; rt
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Seer by Innings. p
Teams 1 2 3 4 5 7 11R H E
Fastlich 1 1 0 2 1 0 .0 0-5 5
Curundu 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0-5 5 3
'Runs batted inNess 2, Pajak,
Huddleston, Zent, Altizer, Reich Reichert,
ert, Reichert, Smith. Two.base hitsMorris,
Pajak, Auddieston. Home runs
Pajak, Ness Sacrifice 'hits IZent,
Smith. Stolen bases ',, Bateman,
Rathgeber, Ness 2, Zent;Gerardi,
Suarez, Struck out French 5,,
Klipper 2 Dykes 3, Sntith 2 Base'
'ort ,balli 4,,0 Flipper 2,
Dykes 1.,.' Smith 1. Hit by pitcher
,By French (Dykes). Fasted
ball '--, Altizer, Earned ',Runs
Fastlich 5," Curundu 4. Left Nmi
base Fastlich 4, Curunclu 11.
Wild pitch French. Hits Off
French 2 in 4 1.3 innings, Klip.
per 3 in 3 .2-3 innings, of Dykes
7 in 4 Innings,' off Smith 2 in, 4
innings. Time -2.05. Umpires
Moore, iScigliane.;', r.
Armed Berms AB R H po A E.
Swenson. 3b '11 0 0 2 2 '1

, Totals 2.1 2 2 x20 14' 1
Atlantic, -- .: AB R ,i1 PO A E EWilder,,4a.'4
Wilder,,4a.'4 EWilder,,4a.'4 .' 4 0 '0 : 0 0 1
Donahue, 'It H''''',4 4 ,-' 2 0 0 0
Whittaker,l,ti: .; 3 0' 2 0 0
Cotton, t 3 -.11 .140 ;1,
Lutz, p 3 1 -1., 2 1-0
Belanger, lb 3 0 0 6 '1, 0
Morlad,-..2b 0... 0, 0,
Makenson, 1 01 ft, 0 0', 0'
Leon ,' ." 0 ,0 0
ItItrcpiarcl, 3b 3 0 1 1 2 0
3 21 1
,

's Scare by Innings
Timms' 1 2 3 4 5 7,R 0 I
A. Forces ",4 10 0 0 1,41 2 1
Atianijcs 0 e 0 1 2 1-4' 6 1
,
,
,, Summary
TWo out when 'winning run
Wits scored. Leon 'batted. for Ha Hakenson
kenson Hakenson in- 6th insinu Runs ,batted
inBrowning, hatcheldor, Dona Donahue,
hue, Donahue, Whittaker, Lutz. Three-base
hitsLutz, Donahue. Home run--
Batcheidor. Sacrifice hitsJ. For Fortune,,,Noriand,
tune,,,Noriand, Fortune,,,Noriand, Leon. Struck out
By Bergere 1, by Lutz 10. Base
on ball BergereHl, Lutz S. Passed
ballsBerg Lint by pitched ball

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Berge 1 (Morland). Left on
baseArmed Forces 9, Atiantics 6.
Time-1.47. Umpires r- Scigliane
and Moore.'
Sunday's Gams at amok tisk!
Atlantics AB R H PO A E
Wilder, ss 5 2 2 2 2 1
Donahue, 5 3 2 0 0 0
Whittaker, ef 5 3 3 0 0 0
Cotton. e 3 1,1 3 2 0
Lutz, rt 3 1 2 1 5 0
Leon, 3b 4 2 1 2 3- 1
Morland, 2b ; 3 1 2 1 5 0
Belanger, lb 4 1' 3 12 0 0
Rodriguez, 4 1 2 0 3 0

Totals 37 15 17 21 15 2
Curundu , H PO A 18
Zent, ss 2 1 0 2 0
McFadden, 2b 4 0 0 1 2 0
Arnold, c 1 '1 7 3 2
Gerardi, 3b 2 0 3 2 1
Metcalt, lb ," 2 0 0 0 0
Underwood, lb 1 0 0 0 0 0
Aftizer, p 1 0 0 V 0 0
Smith,' p 0 0 0: 0 0 0
ssuarez, 1 0' 1 o' 0 0
Dykes, If ' 0 0 2 0
Reichert, el 3 0 0 0 0 1
Manning,' rt ' 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 21 2 2 21 8 '5
' Score by innings
Teams I 2 3 4 5 7R H
Atlantics 4 0 0 0 3 0 8-15 17 2
Curunda x. 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
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Summary
' RIMS batted in ,-- Wilder; Dona Donahue
hue Donahue 2, Whittaker 2, Cotton, 2 Lutz,
Leon,' Morland, Belanger, Rodri Rodriguez.
guez. Rodriguez. Sacrifice, hit Cotton. Stol Stolen
en Stolen basesLutz 2, Leon, Belanger,
Zent. Arnod, Gerardi 2; ,Two-base
hits-,-Dopahuh 2, Cotton, L e o 4.
Three-base hitsWhittaker, Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, Belanger, Wilder. Struck
outRodriguez 2, Altizer 5. Base.
on ballsOff Rodriguez 7, Altizer
1. Passed ball Cotton. Hit by
pitched ball By Gonzalez
tizer). Balk-Rodriguez. E arn ed
runsAtlantics 12, Left on base
Atlantics 3, Curundu Wild
pitchGonzalez. HitsOff Altizer
15 in 28-3 innings, off Smith 2
in 1-3 inning. Losing pitcherAlti pitcherAltizer.
zer. pitcherAltizer. Time of game-1.52. Umpires
--Corrigan, and, Hillsinger.
,
Armed Porcet AB R PO A D
Swanson, 3b 2 '1 r 0 1 0
Fortune, J., ss 3 ,1: 0 1 2 -0
Browning, if ''' 1 0 0," 0 0
BroWning,- I 1 0 0 0 0
Batcheldoro 21)., 2,, 1, 0 2 3 0
Denson, c .; .10 0 .1 0
Berg. 'el 4 0 1 3 0
Peterson, lb ''' 2 0 0 9 0' 0
Rivera, p 2 0 0 1 3 0
Thomas, rf 3 1 0 2 ,0 0
4 Totals ) .;4 5' 8 it 10 0

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Fastlich , AB R PO A It
Pearl, 3' 2 1 5 1 0
Bateman, rf 4 2 2 2 t, 0 0
Ness, lbs ,,,, 2.10 1' 9 0 0
Ness, lb !, 2 0 1 9 : 0 0
Pajak, 3b,, 3 1 2 .1' 1,- 0
lluddleston, 2. 0 1 0 : 0
Schwarzrok, 2b 2 1 2 0 0
Ammirati,,ss , 3 1 1 ,1 4 0
,Rathgeber, 3 1- 1., 0 0 0
Fortune, p -71 0 0 2 ,0
Klipper p. 1. I 0 0 0
, Totals ','', 24 9 10 21, 0
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3 0 1r' 0 ", 7 -
4 .1 --, 4 '0 I Scars by innings
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' Runs batted inBrowning, Baat.
theldor,' Denson, Berg; Pearl 3,
Bateman 2, Ness, Pajak, 2 Ant.
mirati 2-base hitsPajit,,' Berg,
Schawarzrot, Pearl.,,Three' b a se
hitBateman. Home run Pajak.
Sacrifice hitsNess 2, Huddles.
ton.. Stolen bases ';-;-4 rearl; AmmL
rati, Rathgeber, Struck out By
Fortune 2, 'Clipper 3. Base I on
balls Rivera 3, Fortune 5, Kiln.
per 4. Earned runs Armed Yore.,
es, Fastlich 9. Left on bases
Armed Forces 7,'Fastlich S. Hits
...Off R. Fortune 0 in 2 1-3 I in.
nings, off Klipper 3 in 4 1-3 in innings.
nings. innings. Winning pitcher Klipper,
Time of game-1M. Umpires
g and Corrigan.
Ployoff of 'Tie Gam of April 19
Played April 21

Fast Bch .A
Pearl, lf
Bateman, rf
Ness,' lb
Pajak, 3b
French; as 1
Setrwarztok, 2b
Rathgeber, et
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'The annual Gamboa Invitation-I that has played in the tournament
al Soltba 1 Tournament Will be for the 8 years it has been held
held this Saturday, April 26 on the and has won the tournament three
two Gamboa athletic fields, com. times under different sponsors.
mencing at 8:30 cm. Cerveceria Nacional (Pan Liqui LiquiThis
This LiquiThis softball tournament which do) team which ended in second
has been held since 1950, brings place to Abernathy in the 1958 Pa Patogether
together Patogether eight of the top softball ofic Softball League end has al alteams
teams alteams in the Canal Zone for a one- ways been a strong contender at
day championship tournament. A Gamboa will be a rough team to
total of eight games will be play- beat..-
ed on two fields with the whining 4
team being 'required o defeat Fort Kobbe sends a strong team
three other teams that finished well up in last year's
.There will be eight strong and tournament.
evenly matched teams in this The Albrook Ana Harbor De.
year's tournament, hea de d by tense Units will send two strong
Powell's Garage Team free Cris. teams to the tournament that bear
tobal who won the tournament last watching.' Also the Atlantic Soft.
year. b ball League champions !Ill,
Fort CPayton is entering a very Tigers."
strong team composed of the two Drawings for games were held
teams from Fort Clayton that re- yesterday. 1
cently ended in the finals of the Refreshments and food will be'
PAAF Softball Tournament at FL available at the tournament, and
Gulick' last-week. - -'' swimming pool facilities will
Abernathy Unisports, 1958 chain. open to the public.
pions of the P a cif i c Softball Game time for the first gamea
League, will send a top flight tea& is 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 26.,

IMI'momiMtiv

' ' ,
; Curiosity more than anything IM
pelled us to Watch the telecast of
the Cincinnati opener in wttich the
rbillies beat the Reds. ),
Somehow it was a 'depressing
experience. It made us realize
more acutely than ever' how much
prestige we've lost as a big league
baseball center. Since we no long.
er had a National League team we
were.being patronized, and not too
subtly either. it
This wasn't Antottelli pitching, it
was Lawrence, a big man at Cros.
ley Field.' but what did he tnean
to Its? Where? was old Pee Wee
And who's that Essegian the an.
nouncers keep raving about
Where's Willie, running out Irom
under his can, milking ridiculous
Catches. everybody know; ean't be
teade?
,Everything was strange and awk awkward.
ward. awkward. Even embarrassing. A n d
when one of the heirs paused to
ask- What game ive were looking
at we felt oueerly apologetic', and
guiltily, switched to the Yankee
and Red Sox in Boston just in
time 'to see Yogi belt-one.
Before' this we had begun ''to
wonder what the telecaat could
mean, even to National League
ldvAllAts? It seemed highly im
probable that It would assuage
their feelings to any considerable
extent over the loss of the Giants
And Dodgers. People don't fall in
love with leagues, but with teams
anfl-iodividuals t ,,,4
We bad to conclude this was just
another game, and a very mean meaningless
ingless meaningless one as far al New York
fans were concerned. It., was a

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Tortune, p
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Zent,' ss
McFadden, 2b
Arnold, it s.
Gerardi,, 3b
Altizeree
Meteal,, lb
Manning,' rt
Reichert, -
Suarez, el
Dykes, p
Smith,, p

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15'11 0-0 0

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dOOMF
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2' 1,0 ,1- 3' 0
'2 0 0 3 3 0
2 0 0,1 0 0
0,6 0,2,0 0
3 0 0 7 0,3
3-0 0 5'0 0
, 2 -0 0 0'0 0
,' 2 0 0 0 0 1
:..1,0 0 0,1 ,0
..10 0 0 2 1
,2- 0 0 0 1 4

20 1 0 21 10 9

- Score by Innings
teams 1 2 3 4 5 4 7-,-R H g
Fastlich -4 0 3 0 7 4 3-21 22. 0'
Curundu 00 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 9
Summaiy --,
Runs batted' in--Pearl; Ness )1,
Mak 3, French 2, Schawarzrok,
R. Fortune. Two-base hits .-Pearl
2, Pajak Schwarzrok. Three.
base hits-,-Ness, French.., Home
runsNess 2. Stolen. bases Pearl
2, Pajak 2, Rathgeber hud.
dleston 2, Zent, Arnold, Gerarcii
2. Struk out -- By R. Fortune
15, by Dykes 4, h3r Smith 2. Base
on ballsOff Fortune 7, : off
Dykes 4, off Smith 2, Poosed
hallsAltizer, Huddleston. Hit by
pitched ballBy Smith (Pearl and
Pajak). HitsOff Dykes 14 in 4
203 innings, off Smith 8 in 2 1..3
insings. Losing pitcher -0- Dykes.
Earned runs Fastlicli, 17, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 1. Of on bases Fastlich
8, Curundu 5.. Double playsMe.
Fadden unassisted); Ft elle II,
Schwartrok, Ness,-Time of game
.72.23. 'Umpires Seigliane and

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game,,a charade played by gifted
cardboard figures with competitive
ardor but nothing .tbese, faceless
silhouettes did, or could doi woul
ever- toueh the emotions of view viewers
ers viewers at this end., :
, eel& and Flat -t
,..,Wben the Reds manager wrang wrangled
led wrangled ,wrathfully with the, umpires,
and later served notice the game
was being continued under pre pretest,
test, pretest, we were conscious only of an
interrurnien of play. Whether the
Phillies' victory might subsequent subsequently
ly subsequently be nullified was matter of
complete indifference.
As the game wore on irritation
grew into resentment :We hadn't
adonted the nail's as our Chan Channel
nel Channel 0 nine. Tbey had. adopted 'us,
Or rather -the network and the
'club owner had, Mel Phillies were
merely being used as a commer commerlcial
lcial commerlcial medium in the metropolitan
1040141 tO needle tire'', cigars and
of ell things. vermouth.
, WP th011ailt orl,"11i14 rit ways
the telecast might be made more
annealine. less 0-etactio4 silt; ivn
Personal.' The magnanimity of the
network and the owner in coining
to the rescue of our nrphaned fans.
Thlit a atireinn tolk h,y conimix conimixsioner
sioner conimixsioner Ford Frick. Then a scene
1 thowint a network renreeentatiye
handing the club owner 0700.000.
Probably more than'enmigh to meet
all expense, for the, fiscal Year
, Howeyer there teas, one thing !to
eratRill for. 'no announcers
were remark:01;v vntieent on ,,tho
subject of the ,Phillies' position 11
the New Vork 'baseball meene. mi mil
l mil COCO was there a direct pitch.
Near the odd. annouwees Al Fele
-er syrunili intone& "We sineeTo-,
'110 hem that in voile
for this season you 'rill Include the
ponies." )t,y
14 were then Informed we enly
oc,or;liontinto4n.u
next maft Phillios wh.11 Maw
1 rday the Piratea oft 'Anril. 23. 'It
1 witinitt neeeeesry to emi-nro.
mablv 'madly starved g 'National
Lesfm 'sr who tn dO 'tho
meantime. illuy nlenty of tires. el.
oars and venn-nntit end learn bnw
to orOoolinee, Essegian's n t
right.
. SuPpoeedlY Brooklyn fans
. Yes, Ws Mitt !sm
are
more desolette in their predica predicament
ment predicament than their Mime rrinurners
?erns' the bridge. 'rhis belie4 may
noroetrh:ve, :74
do with liox Barney's presence as
toast of rlathosh. a fire baU flitch flitchlone
lone flitchlone ego Berney wii
or who brought back memories nf
nazzv Vance. One olobt made
it reel hie !with a PO ahutout it
eland the Giants. 'Mat. of course,
'made him better than Mathewson
Johnson and Alexander combined.
Then suddenly his control was
itone; and, pretty ,soon he. was
gme.
, Our interest perked pit a, bit
when Barney 'came on.,It 'was like
Meeting an old friend in a strange,
hostile country.: However slight,
it BOW' became in 'excuse. for
,watchtne the game. At the Same
time it(was a' poignant shock we
didn't realize until then bow moat
we honestly missed the 'Bums, the
Byrn-Phony.- COW Sell Hug. t h e
subway crush, everything else a;
bout the intimated aromatic struc
ture', so forbidding in-appearance.
so hospitable .to the true Itaseball
spirit., 71-

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GUN CLUB
NOTES

'' PEDRO MIGUEL
The Pedro Miguel Gun Club an announces
nounces announces -Phil Miller merchan merchandise
dise merchandise shoot Sunday April 27. This
popular' trap shoot ls based on
all competitors setting their own
handicap after the first 2S tar,
gets shot at 16 yards. This is al
100 bird affair, open to all scat scattergun
tergun scattergun men of the Canal Zone.
There will be five divisions of
awards of shotgun accessories re recently'purchased
cently'purchased recently'purchased for the occasion.
The above be excellent prac practice
tice practice for the state shoot- to be-held
at BalbOa next month..

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BOOTERS SEEK RECORD
LONDON, (UP)--The
bampton Wanders hope to tie an
all-tima English soccer, league
record by winning the season fi finale
nale finale Saturday- The Wanders shut
out Manchestet United, 4-0, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, night and now ,are only two
points short Of the all-time season
high of 66 points-in the, standings.

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HOME PLATE IN NEW HOME As Dodgers' president 'Walter ',
O'Malley (right) looks' On, Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson '-1.7
displays the home plate brought to his city from the Dodgers ''.
old home in' Brooklyn.' The plate was exhibited during cere-,
monies at city hall pridr,to the Dodgers' home opener against against,
, against, the San '''rancisco Giants. ,

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, On Monday night, April 21, Bob on ball BergereHl, Lutz S. Passed Rathgeber, et 3 .1 2 129 0 0 2.23. 'Umpires -- Scigliane and so hospi'table to the true baseball ''' ' '- ' 4 '''''''. ''" ;""' ''' -.. ''''', ' ' ' '''' ,,, "' "' ''' ''''' '' ''''' -." ''-' ', ,- -.! '- ,-,
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fling when Tiny Zent drew a .....,.. ,' teams in the Canal Zone for a one- ways been a strong contender at flounces i -Phil Miller merchan-
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walk, stole second, went to third Sunday's Game at Albrook Pield day championship tournament. A Gamboa will be a rough team to dise shoot Sunday April 27. This
on Billy Arnold's out, and scored Atlantics A8 R H PO A E total of eight games will be play- beat. -- - PoPidar' trap shoot is based on
op a fludizileston passed ball. Wilder, se 5 2 2 2 2 1 ed 'on two fields with the whining 1 , all competitors setting theh own i
While Fortune was counting 'up Donahue, li 5 3 2 0 0 0 team being 'required o defeat Fort Kobbe sends a strong team handicap after the first 25 tar- 1, s
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15 strikeouts in his no-hitter,' his, Whittaker, cf ', 5 3 3 0 0 0 three other teams. - that finished well up in last year's gets shot at 16 yards. This is a ,-,
teammates made merry at. the Cotton. e I 3 1, 1 3 2 0 ,There will be eight strong and tournament. , 100 bird affair, open to all scat- ii '1
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expense of JimmY DYkes a n d Lutz, rt ' '' 3 1 2 1 5 0 evenly matched teams in t b i a The Albrook Ana Harbor De- tergun men of the Canal Zone. ,
Frank Smith, scoring almost at Leon, 3b 4 2 1 2 3 1 year's tournament, h e a d e d by tense Units will send two strong There will be five divisions of ;
will with four in the first, three Morland, 2b ; 3 1, 2 I. 5 0 Powell's Garage Team fronfCris- teams to the tournament that bear awards of shotgun accessories re- s '',''
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in the third, seven in the filth, Belanger, lb : 4 1 3 12 0 0 tobal who won the tournament last watching.' Also the Atlantic Soft- cently'riurchased for the occasion. .,..., -'' i r
, four in the sixth; and three in the Rodriguez -t. 4 1 2 0 3 0 year. '' , .. -', ball League champions "T b e The above will be excellent prac- :, 4 ,,,,' I
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seventh. Gary Ness, Fastlich -first Fort CPayton is entering a very Tigers." - flee for the state shoot- to be -held
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2 strong team composed of the two Drawings for games were held at Balbea next month. .. ,
baseman, was the leading hitter Totals 37 15 17 21 15 , 1
. with a bases-loaded homer in the .., , --- teams from Fort Clayton that re- yesterday. - --A - -- 1 ,- , N
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fifth, a triple in the sixth:, a n d Curundu ,,' AB 1 H PO A E cently ended in the finals of the Refreshments and food will be' ,, ,, -1, - 'o',1,..
his second homer in the seventh, Zent, ss 2 1 0 2 -1 0 PAAF Softball Tournament at FL available at the tournament, and , ,4, t'
the whole accounting f or eigat McFadden, 2h 4 0 0 1 2 0 Gulick, last,week- - -'' swimming pool facilities will -,be orts ne s; , .,
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runs batted in. Gary also collect Arnold, c-- .- 3 '1 1 7 3 2 Abernathy Unisports, 1958 cham- open to the public. - . ; , -' i 1 t
ed a triple as did Woody French, Gerardi, 3b 2 8 0 3 2 1 Lions of the P a e i f i e Softball Game time for the first gamea !,, ,.. , , , I
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, with Ken Pearl -Ind Doug Pajak Metcalt, lb ,- 2 0 0 8 ft 0 ague, will send a top fiight team is 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 26., ,, , ,- ---7-7 ,, ,, "), ,-'
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leach colecting two .do,ubleo. - Underwood, lb 1 0 0 0 0 0 -' BOOT E RS SE E K RECORD y
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0 9 '2 0 0 '''.' -,. ',;-- ',''t'' : J .," k , a record by winning the SCRUM fi- HOME PLATE IN NEW HOME As Dodgers' president waiter 4 01,
0 0 0 1 : 1 : : r 2 ,. ,, . ' .. & t nale Saturday- The Wanders shut O'Malley (right) looks'On, Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson ),:
It 4) 6 4) 1 ' i 0. E' WIT'I.IA'MS.' 4' '.
I out Manchestet United, 4-0, Moo. displays tile home plate brought to his eity from the DodgerS '1
. day .night and now .are only two old home in'Brooklyn'-' The plate was exhibited during cere-"I!'
2 3 21 8 '5 : ,- s' -,,: points short of the all-time season monies at city hall prior,to the Dodgers' home opener against- ,'---
- -, 1 !, ' ' '' '' '-'" '' '' ', '- -, ' '''''' '' ' high of 66 points-in the, standings. , the San Prancisco Giants -, ', , '''''''
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0 0-,s 2 .2 2 pelled us to Watch the telecast of cardboard figures with-competitive ,' : '', 'i i i '' i -, '', I .; '':,, '''' ' '.- k 1 ,,, , ,,,,, ,,
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two Gamboa athletic fields, corn. times under different sponsors.
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Standing of ths Teams I no-bit game as the Pastlichs I Berge 1 (Morland). Left on Cerveceria Nacional (Pan Liqui- --"'"-7 '
This softball tournament which do) team which ended in second -,, P E D R 0 MIGUEL
Teams , W L Pct. I romped to their third PAO of the! baseArmed Forces 9 Atlantics 6. , 4
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Is: r ": :, 31' 3' 9 24 10 5 Lieon,, Moriand, Belanger, Rodri. prestige we've lost as a mg league
,', ,- ,' guez.,Sacrifice,blt ''''- Cotton. Std. baseball center. Since we no tong. when the Reds manager want '' ','". .' ,, Is. ,- la ti ', ti la Lira iiJ ICJ Li Nom" ' ',' ,' 4. ,I
lu.,.... ..4, ABILII.POAE en basesLutz 2 Leon, Belanger, er had a National League team We led wrathfully with the, umnires ,. ' '' '' '" '., ', ' ,
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4 FOR EMERGENCY ROADSIDE IPARIONC!I.-wStortAlur 'Provided dis"
&bled vehicles with positive all aro ireteftion even before the driver
co-onnopneer.,' ,t,' :' 4!. 4k'
, Not ton lone ago Poramv, "14 ths opens ca oor.
b d Just si flick of tliespecial wing lever on the iwitch and L. ,c;
toast of rlatbnah. a fire ball flitch- (44 eigmd lamps flash a' shnultaneoug ex and off warning' signal that, :
r who broneht baek' memories of alerts amd slows down Onconitoi traffic:
Mazy Vance. One nioht he niltde ,, .' ; , 4'4 4';
r:t nrnders t: sthhi mi: nl otrsa. tni hhasi ti tm ithftuhettion, wal I! sena. : ." KY THE "SIGFLAR1",SYSTEM pROVIDES THIS, ALL 'AROUND ,- i
LIGHTING AND SIGNALING P,R9TECTION; Available nevi of ow coal
Johnson and Alexander combined. ( L Ls' s : L.
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gone. ; "' '" :
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when Barney came on. It 'was like : ;
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SHRAPNEL'S 4-furnished homes..
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa I772.
PHILLIPS, OceansitIo Cottages
Santa Clara R. 4a P. Phan, Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1677 Cristobal 1-1673.
FOSTERS Cottages and Lute
teach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 11166.'.
Saldwin'e furnished seertmelift
at Santa Clara leach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 36111. t
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Rooms
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FOR RENT T fun.
nished housekeeping noon, dem-
ble couch,' refrigerator, kitchen
, cabinet with attached tees'.
' bath, and entrance independent
No. 1, 52nd Street., Phone 3.
By 11.
Excelsior C.C.,' though idle Dist
Sunday, assumed a comanding po positon
siton positon in the Atlantic Cricket League
when their closest rival, Midland
C.C. lost to the upsurging Wander Wanderers
ers Wanderers C.C., in their gameplayed at
Rainbow City. Midland and Excel Excelsior
sior Excelsior will meeVin the last scheduled
match of the season on Stmday,
May 4. -t A
. Midland now must emerge vie vie'
' vie' torious in that encounter to gat
the trophy,! any other result and 1
the Excelsior rclub, along wih its
numerous followers, will celebrate
for the' third cpnsecutive time,. the
winning of 'the AtIntic side..
Cricket.. Championship.. M6anwhile
' thts coming Sunday, Surrey C.C.
will be 4 hosts to the', Wandereis
C.C. in 'a -game ,that is expected
to hive a great bearing on the
Individual batting and bowling ho hotors.
tors. hotors. , :, .. :1
Thli Midland Wanderers match
was li ,wild and woolly affair fea featured,
tured, featured, by heated discussions a amonvis,
monvis, amonvis, the f ans., Despite a, slow
start ,Midland, ,compiled 100 runs
as "Built" Hewitt contributed a
timely 30, Huntley Dunn-17, Sid.
nev Brown-15, and Harold Haynes
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The Wanderers bowlers were.
Reyes Esealona-4 for 35 Sam
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Campbell-3 fcrr 30,, and Elbert
Belgrave-3 'for 23.4,1n turn, the
' Wanderers batsmen replied with
107 runs for seven wickets ''. as
George Atherly tallied 32, includ
Int, 5 successive "fours" in one
, ev ri R. Escalonaa slahing 24,
S. Camnbell-14, and E. Roberts
. !so 14. ., , 4 , i
uccessful-trundler on the Mid.
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la d team were"Tex" Walcott
, for 54, S., Brown' for 2,3
an4 H., Dunn-1 for 5.
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TRUCKS AND HOISTS'
' Local:, ,Represeniativo ..
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MPHONIC! ORCHES ORCHESSY
SY ORCHESSY TRA OF NEW YORK on
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the ,29th Of :ApriL,Irs.
now on sale at Morri Morrison's
son's Morrison's and L. Maduro
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'Japanese lines.
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Custoni building.
TROPELCO
45 St 'and Via Espafia

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4 rA4citm-4.; i I kgrt ArDOnutlINIIID(01-141$ Central Ave WANTED Nan exporiented
. Resorts portments ,ARM AVIA 0.11X las Central Avenue 110t1S;Hgr.111 N4(11111tAtint, eL'ot1113111!LOttveRVICAltve. 71741e'41 ; FOTO DOMV-lsollto Aresentene Ate snA IS St An canstructien et onginnering te
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,1 VAN-DER-AS-SS Street Do AS AilliAtliA EL sefillego.pa,., 'Aim. I Sesost rAgligAcub 6111"Iii rrve III 'NVEDADL, 4V1111 "" 5101d1
'''''''"""""'"'"' Ills Rena Vista Theatre. entW! teetvi s.....--- ... ..
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1 ,,-Automobnes Ill, Boats el Motors-. II, ,, Miscellaneous 11
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Balboa 1772. , MOM', livingroons dining room
d kitchen, gaud' and six closets',
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46th Strata No 2-67 n nf al
PHILLIPS-, Oceansi a Cottages nt l et"' -., . ,
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Pafols,e3s5h.
fols,e3s5h. Pafols,e3s5h. 7 y2,-, It IC 25,'
'station eau-3:1473; r ':.,. 101 SALE.... OPPORTUNITT,1 Used wood and fiberglass boats. ',. "Sealed bids 'will be accepted It
SAVE MORE THAN 1 000
stamp 3-1177 Cristobal 1-1873- FOR RENT Modern spacious 00 -.. A U T 0 MOBILSES' lik.; 30, -, tho,Navy Exchange Officer, Na--
NEW-,,AUTOS EISENMAN OF
, , he bedroom, r furnished apart- .p. motets. Must reduce ,' val Station. Rodman, Canal zone ':
silent, includino bousewars. Hot FERS FOR SALE. stnck. Make offer.: MIERNA- for the sale of -4 vehicies..The
FOSTERS Cottages and Linos THY, Panama. ,- ,rt, vehkies may ba inspected at the
tench Hons.., 0,,n mile vast the water $150. Ave., Peru 37-20. 2-1957 Buick Hardtop '''',. po-'w.
Casino. Phone Balboa 1166. -,
or Steering and Brakes, Radio 2 --- .- -, ,, p I b id
, Rosman Public Works Motor
N 614 1
. Completely ',furnished, air cS0-1, Tone W 'S Wall tiros 20 miles
, ,.' ditioned -,,, apartment, Hi-Fi Sot.. '- -' -- - .,
per gallon.; $2,000.00 lets cost. the hours of 9:00 am through
merican egion 3 00 .N4
Iiidwin's furnished apartments 1 dosirible residential section, 3 ,,
, 1 4DR Powerelida. WISW '
3--1958 Chevrolet Bel Air V- : p.m. daily ondayt
at Santa Clare Beach. TelePtlene b a d rooms. 5250.00 for '-' 3 . ., , ., through Fridays.. Bids will ba
Smith, Balboa 3611. ., t 1 months only. Call 3-4840. Ofillted 10:00 a.m. on 13 May
tires, Radio, Ty-Tons,- Ventila.
i Leigue:' '' '
,, 1951. Bid forms may be ob..
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I -,,, FOR RENT As of May 15th., ,,,,, ,,'' 'rained at the Navy Exchange
Dittille two bedroom apartment, 4-1257 Hillman 413R; -W5 ,' k-''. ---a ::' '; '
, ' ' 2 baths len with t- tub I and NV tires, 2 Tons. Leather up- . - '' .,
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shower) Large sitting and din.. bolnlerv. 40 moles per gallon. STANDINGS
'' Office builiding No. 24, R 4 ''
,. 4 num,. Cana -Zone. For funks?'
information please call Hari, 't
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Orange Kist , ,,,,,, '' 3 3
FOR RENT illuuttfully fun. Ine room, kitchso. Maidroom 5--I958 Ford-Custom, Radio, Teams ' 'WL' 3389 or 3490." .; '' ,,,,,,-
: Westinghouse , : 6' 5 '' FOR SALE -L, 1952 4-door Hurl
nished housekeeping teeth, dos- and bath, admiring separate,' a rordomatic, White tires. Intel-
ble couch,- rstrigerator, kitcheir laundry section., Lovely garden lent mechanical condition.
El Panama Hilt() "'
and putting green. At No. 374 6-1955 Pontiac-Coupe,- Ra- ; n -8 6, son Hornet, fair condition 300.. ''
. cabinet with attached ,stovs,
' bath, and entrance independent ,F" Street, El Cangreio. Phones dio, New Upholstery, To-tona Spur Cola : ', )-, '', 3 8 00; 19SI 4 door Buick SuPor .-
No. 1, 52nd Street. Phan 3- '' S-0319 during office hours. paint. Excellent' mechanical con. SPor Cola --. r '--, 5 8 very clean, low miles's, 500.00'.;
--,-..-- ditien. , ,, -.. Panama InsUrance ', 0-, '' 2 8 ,., blonds RCA tabl ,modal Hiri
r FOR RENT ..--- Two bedroom a- 7--LI954 Chevrolet-Bel Air SCHOCH TO OPPOSE BROOM 50.00, Divair 'a 1 d '
qua ung an
' dtsdfddedids6 hued rishdtadi SI .111m il ...id.... A koddlildbdidil, Mame Wilata
I IN CHAMPS VS CHIEFS GAME AMIE ga.na.i ,4 Winder men -i

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; ; ' ' partment, just painted. St. Ise- '''', : Hardtop, 6 aYlinder, New White
IN, CHAMPS VS CHIEFS GAME tank, 50.00, !, .4 cylinder Orel : ,'
Moe Schoch' of the -'' champion oaring engine.1 35',Hilo, 60-01 : ''' ; R f 4 A I
, tot. e 'FORM region. pp y
. I, ) bel St. and 8 S N 9079
1.2 -t 0 - nylon tires, loathe upholstery.
Orange Kist team of the Ameri- Call Albrook 7241,' (Pre 95. US Co' no" tes Asks ; -'t."'
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A Colon or call Balboa 2-1317. magnificent mechanical ,condi
iii ,. ,,,,,, , ' can Legion Junior Baseball League ,:
FOR REHT -- Military 'inspect. ;, L'' .! 0 b.t 88 will toe the mound against Dick KA' ''. SALE 4.4.- Children's' ,iplev.,
8 195, Idsmo o e-super i .,' afternoons Mr. Steiner cie Mar.'
S.A. cello 50 comer Von Von'
' Von' 'duels Avenue), Bella Vista.rTei.
, ed apartment $60.00 monthly, H .. .. IBrogie, co-chairman of tha League, ',' gym set anti all -metal- 15 loot, ," FINLINCI31 '' '' 3 .' ''' ' '
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C ewsC good location, furniture goes. ,, bowery', ',,. ,-
' with Apt. Reasonable price, 14 aror e,. race, ROW nylon, up.
w a Wall tires,' origi- Sunday April 27,- at Balboa Sta- slide. .Slide ideal fer childrodni'a r
thum at 1:00 p.m. I; ,' ,- t school.-Both In excellent con 4 , ,, , , .,
' Roche St
' ', Apt. 14 Clayton nal, Paint, insuperable mechani-
4' ,-, Requiem Mass
cal 'condition: ,. Thit. Bernd' will he the' first tilos. Phone' 3-6851 after 6 P.M.
game A a double header... ' ' erimi -.), (- -- -,
for 11011ro- s
,-- ,, 6266'; '' ' ' 9-,-1954 Cadillac-Sedan, .4 i
1 ( ' ; ,o -I,- --- -&--.: ........1 Orange Kist win Dile a -totem; : FO,R, SALE ,,-:" Studio Couch .in ,, ,..- li,,,, ,, i : 4 requiem mass in memory

ad:condition. 530,00.. ; Ta!a", '' i.:,' W'ASHIN-GTON.'9:ettli)r'. -' -'''' C' r-1-11.-
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ce-m-o-o-see-cl'o-iThe-m-anvai.ejra,"co-a-biT, :
, Sy N. 11.1AIONOTT. FOR; REN-r,",- Modern apart- ,, cer11, ramo, power nearing, nevi:,
: gress. appeared readY today to' if Nola' i wilitv-i U1111-,
the iato ,WIlliam Budd,.;, who , .- ....,.. ,,, ,,, i, ,.
, ( ' ,.. ,, ,- ,-1 .-,, : men., 3 'bedrooms. 2 baths,, livo Crest excellent mechanical con. i
, .. es and officials' of the I ea g u e, ,.'' :hens died II year,age tomorrow, will At New ci t N
p, r ,. ews
. ,,' Excelsior C.C.:,' though idle last inc dining room,' balcony; Cans. : dition.,'- 1,, .,
Probable, starthir lineups .Kcily, -Balboa 2811.,
are: i -- ," ', 'I :: c ,' '-.- give some form ,of financial help T be held Saturday morning: a!
- -. Sunday, assumed a comanding po- '' pa Alegre. Beautiful sea -view. AUTOS EISENMAN. Teti' 2..
' siton in the Atlantit Cricket League TeL 3-7192, Noun 6 p.m. to 7 4966 2-2616. next 'Coca-Cola 1;- .-, CHAMPS
, ', ..,.. Blevins lb;', Ortiz 3b; Schoch
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,i i tO the, nation's railroads. ,' .. 6:30 in,,t.: John Baptiste' de' la -' ''' ":-. -- ,"' r" ,'
' NEWPORT' NEWS,' Virginia. A A'
' A' ' when their closest rival, Midland p.m. .. - '. Bottling Co. . am sirs- lc ', The administration asked Con
Ballo Church sat 'Partitio Lefev-
. pril 24 (UP) A raging fire roared
, p; ,Garcia 2b; Engelke et; Fields 4 V ,A '''' '''' great: Tuesda t th 're; '
y o prop e linan.
' C.C. lost to the upsurging Wander- A-. 4 -':'4 : ,S, .1 uneontrolled through- a mil I
, e- ong
. POR SALE --: 1957 Ford Tau- c Corrigan sr Cunnin h '''''',' ''''' ai 1 ' '': 11 h d
cm y ar up srailroads with a ' : '' ,- : '''
: era C.C.. in their gameplayed at FOR RENT modern one bed., ,,,!, ,, x ,, g-am t Standard Oil Company petroleum
. toott,,:, eeerimeet with complete nut duty pale 1495.00. Sett,at ziani rx. 2 -4' V
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I I'13 'I Palmer., 700 million dollar 4 loan- program. The; mass). being :. sponsered
. Rainbow City. Midland and Excel. torase farm toda ex lodinv
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. eior will meetIn the last scheduled ..., built-inf k Household Exchan a ,' National CHM S ''.
itchenetre, Campo Ale- 8 ,, .,, F ... ..... .. , -,; ,,,,,,,, J. i ... .- Recommendations .'-,came from by : his son, Gerald, and 'other, t -
A, ansa add, thr eatening 12.others.
. : match of the season on' Sunday, : pm' .Telt, 3,7192,', hours.:0 p.m. Ave. No. 41, Auto Row ,, ,, Tamerez 3b;. Lee e; Sines' cf; la Commerce S e e r e tary-!, Sinclair survivors.. r,, , --.; 4,,-
. may 4. A -. , ', ., , -,'-' , .. Cicero ss; Broglie p; Murphy', 2b; I 01110.1deaS". '' '
3S i Weeks in a letter to, it sinate ,, ,. r ,,, , '- ;' ,,'''' ' ' ( ' -'
Six of the 60-foot-high tanks clust
. i ,,.. i .. FOR RENT ,- One and two Ited. Finneman If;--, Wilkins rf; Quinn ,- !.. ,-- .,..... .. ,, .,, .....4. ,, Commerce Subcommittee..L Con.
' ' ' .- ' 'Immo' le '14,4 boo FOR SALE 195.5 Morris Mi- lb . ,, : :. .., .,, ,, ..., ; . A, ...,- - .:. gressional -'': 4 --,------,---, -4' 4 - - ered on the ti of this cit 's Ham
reaction was mixed but 'A-- G ge -s- th (D Fl ) k P Y P
' Midland now must emerge vie- "n1 Pa Y nor, him door, excellent condi...1. ih ' ' ' ''' ' ', ,' '.11i, HAL W000; eor a ers a. : ton oads :waterfront collapsed
. building. All apartments top- c lecond' game' 'of the double 1: -,- ., ,, ,. ,.. ,, N.,,, most legislators' agreed some
- torious in that encounter to gain :. I :orm 1 c a man of he ,,, subcom
h air t 1 ''
nuttee, one by one between 11'9 m yes yes,
, yes, floor well' ventilated furnished Non. ; Very- reasonable. Phone header ,:skrill 'be b t
e ween Westmg. LAS. VEGAS ''NeV (UP) -:'''' The of assistance appeared lace. ta reliei h Id b l' t d : d -2'
, . ii, . . , ,, ... sai x s ou e nonsi- er a an a.m. today, Three
-, ',. the trophy,! any other result and ' P 3 6851 f 6.00 h
nfurnished. All new. Via 1.' ', IMAM I ler Pm use and El Panama Hilton t
,for gamblers' picked -San- Fraricisco's "r, 'a, .. '' 1 dered only,.a a part of a general others, went ult at about 5:30 a.m.
:, :., the Zxcelsior rclubt, along wth its
- 7 uaml de Cordova No. ,., 15. th h I
e,e ampionsh p of Panams : ,Ca- rauroad,'. spokesman 11 d
,., ,., sumerout followers, will celebrate 6'11 - ., t FOR SALE --, 1953 Plymouth -smooth swinging- Ken Venturi to vtl- Ca-e- tax revision program consistent when a shift in the V d fl h d
in as e
' aneesite 'Centro, Comoros!. ,, , nal Post No 1' -, -- eeks' remedie
s ,: distinctly dig dig,
, dig, for the' third consecutive time,. the
Tel 2-2883 ond 3-4734. 1 station -wagon, excellent condi- '4, Thi i '' '' winv.-the t',, rich ,,", Tournament 1:- of a ii with overall fiscal policy." ;- :, the, searing heat toward them
ii. s, the first gaine,of a best PP ng.." ', Daniel 11.4 Loomis, . 4 ,, , , . ':
, winning of :the A t 1 n t 1 c side that Ft; Amadei, 2121..or 5135. 4-1, Ch !Ohms '-' golf extravaganza
. , o 4, two 'out of 'three 'game-pee. a, .4.- -' "' '' president, of the Associaro I -!' 'st ,, -i- '- :r4r : ' ,. ' :'-; ''''.--, ,, .,' -' '
: 1 Cricket,Champlonship..M0anwhile FOR RENT" ?Famished ,,- 0, ... ,, '''' ..1.., 'starting' ibursday-but the golfers Am , 1 n 9
, FOR, ,3ALE 't-' '195'4 ,, Chevrolet) ries.. Second tarita.,t6- be ....played d . th , 11 b g t I. oilcan Railroads, said it "fails
" thic coming Sunday, Surrey C.C. b I i
, partment two edroont, iv nr, s Saturday May 3 Ili' d if eed went- wn'411 e gra ",, a :' 1). to deal 'with Min t lh (lift' 1' '1' ' 1 ' ' s
I will be 4 hosts to the', Wanderers '' dining room independent serf. ', 4 ti 210
fatten Wilson, oor sem ., ,ir -, 'a - their selettions.:-(,-3 4, :10 .r ' t,', ultie .1 Y I) e I- '''' : :' '':' '' ' :" ' ' '
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the ,. railroad situation, : ': :4 .-','' '' :- :4'1' : '
, ries,l' standard shift, i radio, ; 32,. nd Srday, May -4;, ,i1.4. ''''' 1,:. ;- V nt 1 was listed ''its I 0 1 'fa,' C s n
C.C. ,in a -game ,that is expected ice, San F Insilco 86th Street 1- s ,
. e ur , 4n treats in dequately? most of .';',.' ; ''. , '':: ' 1 ''' ''' '
' .s, ,- R 000 miles, isking $1125. 8163-,, ', .',, T. 1.... . 1 t n tin 40 000, .in a
event '-,
ta hive, a greet bearing on the :, No. 6. nest to goatee ,, ,.,,, von e o wi s $ those ;with' which' it does deal." -''. '' '' ' rfr- :: ': ' ''' ''' ''' 1 '. '
1"se'l A. Merearita. Phone 41-2883. G' F l'k'''1".-'P ''''''
r c o- resent '' ,. his 'first",-, trykilfter :arinex,init., five ,
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, ; n iv ua at g an vi ng ho- -
'sit- - ' 1- ' ' ''''''''' '' 8 H 41- ' I Loofitis said the proposal,' for ''BIL.
-(- I NGUAL OFFICE:. SECRETARY
tors .. : s ar isom, P .,, ,,, 1,.' .',. championships during 'the last 10. temporary 4, fin i 1
, anc a kassistance -,,
1 : ': :' ,1 FOP. RENT '.".'" Furnished,: two . l'; - 'r , , , , .. .......-
, Thtilifidlant, 's Wanderers, match 4 SALE -,-- Mercedes Bens-. ,- C
liatereonr.repaitmentoolA, garage, ',, FIt',. - 40'1'1- 11,---, i I Rio. ponths: . ,. ,offers no : immedia 1
But ,,Arnold Palmer 'who' has h 1 9 -
- and th te Pra;nna it 1 A .' PANISH HORTHAN REQUIRED
ENGLISH S S 0
.,,,n .1 1 , ,,. 4 .. e p e ,program in len. ,, , , , ..- ..A... , 4, i. ,
ravas -3p- 1
i 1111811 wilei Ad WO9lY affair fea, maid's room, ,,hot, wate,,,,,,, vent, , blaclt-hardiop' 3 'passenger -porta to ,.
model, ,I90-SK-1957. Excellent- .- .-,.. F "1111 1,11111 ,. wnn four crowes ditring ,Ine,,,past eral falls :"short 'or' pla-cing the etANOWLEDOE OF',SIMPLE!'"VOOKKEePiNG IMPORT.
ture by heated,,discussions a. I C Al d B 11 ''
. d too .,, ampa este an a a ,, !',- i year,. including' tha,:big, one ,,r;',at railroad industry in a fair '' '' ' ' r ' '
Inone5kt, the 'fans.;,Deantle a, slow ,Vistm Phone 3-5024.7,' ,-,,.' ',.;; con ition,, .y 'p.m .., e ., anii, .,
d" din L -t1 T 1 P '' A"- I '- an it'. -
V ''.. : Austiatau)--the Mastersitaid.-n0.1; petitive po itio '1.,..- :',,, : cam" .4. -ANT ALTHOUGH ,NOT' ESSENTIAL01 't' ,' : '-)
' mi 3-31816. 0-' ," ,,,. warns -3aturaa
. start -.Midland, ,compiled 106 runs ,, r :',' : : ' ,- I've gt td go, ler tive grea Thera was, strong con essional ' '' ''S '
- as "Butch" Hewitt contributed a ,FOR RENT,' --- Modem apart- 4
FOR $ALE L., 4952 Chevrolet ',. : ' ", .-- ''',1' '''''':: ''''''; 1 '; .I. : Dilttrg'!' SO I d Palmer, '"One is support : for 1 gr ''' ." END COMPLETE RESUME & FOTO .. '
. e timely 30, Huntley Dunn-17, Sid- paint,. furnishid, with all cony... .
,Chotvieler -Sedan, in pef,14., 1,,,
''' ',NEW'.'YORIC air) .',.--Ilasebs11 Robert; 'de- Vicenzii- ,of.'.Ar entina. t one orm of relief ,, : .,
no. covered lif the :.econifilenda. ,- '''' :.
-: : FIRST LETTER 'TO -, - '' ,-
, tev Brown-15 and Her Id H niences linen hot water. '.' ter ' c'''G''
- t (,;' lirPes N feet -condition: :. Upholstery ,ailit Vimmis n 1' d Tel k I Le dgof :C
, sio er or o c -, will The :other, s Stan onar an- tions -repeal of the 10 per cent :- ' ' ' ''': ' '' "'
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.--10.!- ) ) Phone 3-5356 95th street e. .. presents: the iBraves-4-with
tires almost ,,,.. now.-r$600.00. w their di. ,i, .: , .. ,. , ,,, ,,, ,' on personal transportation and :, (PANAMA AMERICABOX. 134' "Secreta'ry"
,- .,
6 ' 4:- "- ',, se-,-- '', 47 -tformer 9th street. ,,'' .. "1-,
1 ,, , i,, ,ortct championship Ting'. and Both, Men eve 'been moie or- the e --
or sent tax-on freight,. Sen. : ': : ' 4 ' - ' '
' The Wanderers' bowleri were-. '' ' '''' ''-'''' ' rhana-dyanama: .1' L-4'.T.I." :' ',',71 '.-:'' pitcDer Vir "'S ' h' ' '.11 '
rrea pahn 'wit the less:overlooked- tn. the pre tournit- -;,- ',- - ,,' , ,
, Reyes Esc 1 -4 f 35 S ' : East' "11P-Prel'"Int. Alnea.ril. ''' C 11 8A d1 A ' ' '1 ''''"' ''''' I ' '''' 11.'11 .4 4 ''' 'a'a"ag ; 'I '
, a ona or am ---- - '"" -" ------..,;--s Y oung War Satur-ay-4fter. merit-odds; De Vieenzo was. 20-1. ' ' ' ' -4 '' -'
. Campbell-3 for 36,, and Elbert : Houses -.-).- FoR SALE ..-,,,1955 ford ',, y,. noon in milwaukee,,' prior .,to".'-the but-after the odds.makers watcheo 4
- Belgrave-3 :for 23. -,In turn, the, ' ' --' : 4: ''' :
' Country Sedan, excellent con-:, game against the ,Philliets -,,;",. hiM hit a few booming drives he I. ' a ' '' ; 1 .. ' ' ; ,, '.. ' 'a i a' ,:ta '', 1
" Wandereri batsmen reality! with.1, , , k 1 Th i h 7 ' 1' '' '' '''' ''' '''' '' ' ' ''' ' ' ' '. ' '' '' '
,, .1161,m, arirool .. fee maw sa I. e commas oner t en 'win at was ctrt to "10.1. Leonard still is i t ... ,. , : -, ,-, r-v-rn ,;0,---N.-,,, r----tr, ----,1 r--1 , -t ) -- -',,--
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107 runs for seven wickets as FOR RENT Two bedroom duty paid, phone 3-7577 or 3 tend ,two meetings. in alien -on 20-1,4 !. ,"A , .' ., ', ', ' ,, ;. ; ,. ,.,, 1 L. ..J --,1 ' ' ' )
, George Atherly tallied 32, includ- chatot completely furnisred with 6273, panamc, ,, Monday end Tuesday, his aide, "t Leonard, ,in s, bit' (Inid..40s,;, has ,. ,... : LI ,,,,
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Int. 5 successive "fours" in one madam conveniences, Iola as Fronk BlocuM,, disclosed Wednes wolV Only' ons'',bitt i mPtial .0,, PIRF '' -- : 4 , 0
--1 , ,,,,
, ; ev ri R. Escalonaa slothing 24, air conditioning, television, elec., , (IsF....,, ) ,, ,,- ,,,,:, - tournament ,in Ails t hfe ,--,, the ,- ,- - ,,,,
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. , .. , ..,, , ,.' Greensboro ,0oen hi votoril,-ef. last I, -., ,.,' ,', 72. ;,'
.,, S. Camnbell-14, and E Roberts tric range, hot water, etc. l''' ' Service Personnel
. ISO 14. i' , a tad 's Paitilla Avenida Brasil; ' s 9 : On MOnday,-trlak will'preside year., However he It many-times ,- ,,.,, , , ; i ., r.,,. ,, ,,,, - ' r'' '' -
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. '''' ' ''' ''' ' "' '''' ' right is front of Flume y Los
uccessful-trundlers on the Mid- piay
j
Government Employees
, a sessio1norarittowrihailehr
Ins ground. For interview Are eligible to finance that' Nrw league
over a meeting of the ,- major Conadion 'PGA champion. pe VI ' s- - ''' ''', ''''s "'--- ,' - s' '
rem", cas. thro...1 tee,' and on -Tuesday he'll attend and,, the
0 or USED Car or Borrow on your won the' Colonial, in Tekas - ,,-4 , ,' ,,, ,- ,I. ' .- ''
: ta d team were"Tex Walcott ', call Telephone 3-1407 'from MI-America Toorniimmit Due to yearly !nventork ,our Parts :an Servlce De De-
- De- for 54, S... Brown. for 2 3 8.00 to 3.00 p.m. I) ulthe: in Chicago last veer And he 'has ,
- ,t-, ..,, . i' cm. focuormymeaitr. tento

. -, watt rule will De Grawn up.- r', annexe inane mg otutrt lunette' ,,, A t-, i ''' tr ' 1 ',,- -'," it -', !.., 4, ; .. ,.
anti n., VIIIIIII ler 0,,
' I , : ' ' '' 4 ' DICK DEHLINGER
Also attending the territorial
'a
' Whatever - s- -,- ... representing ' '' 'i''' t ,' 'It,- -it-. can and ,Mexican tournaments
' ' ' ' '' partments ivill lie'cloqd from.Mon ay-April 28 till
against : top-flight4 U.S., competi-
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. .,. ,.,- -. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
; ' '''.; ' FINANCE CO.
, Charles Seger, secretary,for
rules committee meeting win be tors.' '-, ". '' 't ',''''s -,'' ) ' r ,' f. i !' , ... ,, l ...
' 1 '' ''
' 2-11 I'l 1, ,:, i T.."V.'4
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ridge ,and Warren Giles; and
base, ". Of the 22 competitors. eight
Thursday May Will be open rri ay May z
olitegistered, Trademark Happened to ..- ;s No. 43 AUTOMOBILZ ROW, ,, ball; league Presidents Will Her
, ,, ., Panama City. never before have quahhed Jot
,
. INDUSTRIAL' LIFT s I ''t" ' Phone 34944-3-4135
Cairnes. president of the Braves' 41Peree ,-
this event. They are Venturi. De - , ,,, , , ,
committee members J o 1 e p h Vicenza, Leanard,;,Paul Barney ' ' ). ,-, ' -- '
TRUCKS AND HOISTS' ' DICK BARTELL'. 'r ., r
' nd talkative, Barer, Lionel H b e r t, . .
. , the Redlegs; Dick Meyer, vi
Gabe Paul, general manager; of Bill Johnston and Howie Johnson. ,. ,,, -.
. ' locaL 'Representative PA ,
RTS ti SERVICE DEPARTMEt111-; --,
Temperamental. a . ,.
' Dick Bartell soon 'became 'known ,
, ,, ce- Tok qualify.' a player must win I .
M. AJOWELI., S. A.') president of the CardinalS; Her, major PGA-co:sponsored 'tourna- .. i ,,. , lyr. 4 ..'' . ,..,... -, ;
in at shortstop 'for the Pittsburgh , 0 t vey Hansen,- 'President of the Tf.
as ."Eowdy Dice: after he broke
. ,
S A 'I '''' '
- ()LON '
' '' . C ,' PirateCin 1928. All told he put inent., ) ,.. ,, , : s. ..
gers, Frank Lane, general man- I : ' '. '' rioTonEs COLPAIlf 2 ., I
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. ,' el, 1(4.106 ,..,,,'Apartado 199 in 18 SeaSOns with. the Pirates, , ger of the ; Indians: and Roy S 4,14,e Beith e
311 b OEN. ; 1 1
i Philliet, Giants,' Cubs, Detroit and Egan, attorney for the White Sox.
' back with the Giants. He never ...
pul la. I I a -,, .i ' ':
' i !Me' Tuesdav meeting ,will be ''-, :
, ,. ,, ," A k ' : , (THE AUTOMOBILE SALES AND' ACCOUUNTING ,
ITIckets for the concert" hitter, fiery competitor and. forte' (R011e attended ,., by Frick, Segar,:' Har. ''' .-. '' i .; : '.. ,, .,,.. ', DEPARTMENTS' WILL, BE OPEN AS. XSUAL)s; -, , :,
it,- ,, , except his one season with he ,, ridge, Giles. president G e o r g e Pirates Split Twins ' : ' A- ' '4 ', ,,''' I '
tile ''
, itif : the.PHILARMONIC cubs (1939) he was sure-handed ) '41"" Trautman of the minor leagues PITTSBURGH (UP) ,. .--',' The
. 's in the field, In ,,'39, for reasons
t ') ',--- f t; ';. ,' ond Phil Piton, Trautman's 44., Pittsburgh Pirates got down to
SYMPHONIC!' ORCHES ORCHESI
I ORCHESI stopped his chatter, was a timely
that
base.' baffled )' him, hi touldn't
but he regained i bis form ; ,
.285, topping .300 three times' and
nowL, on sale at Morri once as late as 1941. '-", Intermit' 1 J
ono ewe .7
,
1 $5' Central., Ave.
ir., sistant. The fourVear draft rule their legal limit of ,29 players ' 1 ' '' ' '
mber's ues ay y sp in e
baseball meetings but the exact twins, Johnny and. Eddie, for the 4, , ,,' '-.4 (tr , , 2,. : ,' , ,',, .'' , ., ,
"' '''' ' -. ' Intl Met' who''also bas 'seen ser ser-
- ser- make' an Rectorate throw to first was annroved at last beet T d b litt g-th O'Brien
. ., .. .r,,, wording of the rule is still to be second time, in. their big .league .., ,, ',.' '... "2 ,,. : ,. ,., .; ;,,' s -',. ' '1 '''.' ,,,. '1; ''''-.
TRA OF NEW YORK on
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., .-. . ...., when the Cubs shipped him to De: ..
, the 29th .Of :ApriL,Ire. trait. In 16 years, Rowdy Dick hit , written out. ) ; : ,, careers. The club, sent Eddie, an ,. . .; - ., -: , . .- , ''-, '. -- '' '
15 vice as a pitcheren, to the Salt
e TO OUR ADVERTISERS' 's - '
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. ., ,, ., . ,,, whateeer,,,,,happened -to ,, Dick LIFE '.INSURANCE Hun re ros
d d' P - Lake City" Club of the PaCific , . ,
, I, Bartell? Now, 9, : he is out of , ,, ,
' 1 son s and I. L. Maduro A '' T Aft Coast' League on 24-hour recall. ,,, ,, ------., ,. , ; , ,4 .. N :' , .,. ,-.., ., 7 , ,
' ik . baseball after Coaching for sever- ', ee" ' moteurs ee' ,b11 .. ---:--, ,', . ,' ',; ': ''.- c r , 0,4 : , ,, ., .,, ,
. al seasons and Is Jim in Ala- JIM RIDOE -,
I'' Jr 'S A
.. ., gier Named. Director t' , ;. .. , , .. ', ,.. 4 -,
1 ,,,,, ', , , h, meda,Xeliti,where he I a whole- General Agent .' In I. 1,1
' L f ''- 'Os '''''-'
,, oyette pen UMBUS '' Ohio (UP) t Ro
COL '' '' Wth t ''' il - e A
s 1,,,a !ale representative for t e Berke- Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.', ,'. """ ; t 1 a view ,. owar imuroving servie an,4 correetina .,

- .' I. .,' 5.. nen ma) Agier flax peen narneu ::, :, . -,; : :, .., ; '1 ,..... . -7:: , :' ::: , , .
I ley rearms,- creamery, a large in-ill ror rates and information 11 LAFAYETTE,'La. (UPY, One athletic director' at Otterbein Col. ,,, ., .. ,
dependent. ... , II Tel. Panama 2-0552 hundred pros sod 15 amateurs lege, effective June 30- Agler, .' irreguiarities; that occur, involuntarily, from, time to time, 'k
i , 1 inallagoaccanclammalcalgamomaugh open play Thursday l the four b e a d football; and' basketball ,''''' ,- : -"' ''''' '' -," '' '' -''' ' ' ' ' '. ' ''' '' '' .' ' -'1. t' '
'' TREATMENT FAILS FOR 2
' I ' ' ctiaarionSairMgolf 1955 replaces Harry
liouafarnyeatmteenOpen Ipv!, coach 1.ffice ,,, ,, ,, d , ,. TIIE PANAMA AAIERICAN has estabhshed a special -- i
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SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UP);',-. t, which is w. Ewing, :who nes, serve on , ,, , , t
4 IN ..z competing with the Las Vegas the ,Otterbein coaching staff in , . , i. ; . ., , r.',', 1 '' ,' - I
, 111 r Two children flown to Brooke ,
'''', YASHICIL ,, tourney for the big names In golf. one'.phae or another once 1934. --, , -, L. ', , , ,
Army Medical Center for special ..,' ., ,, , ,'' A , ... ,, ,. , ..---- '., ' ,.,1 ', , '''. i' .1, '1
l -.." 4., treatment .of severe burns, haVe
' "AIRES" ..'' ''' ,,u.,-s;' and British Amateur Burddy. Leek.' Sighs 4, 1,, ' ," ,, ' ,'., 1 . '.,t, ,' ,
, ; 1.,,, .-:. , .- died. 'The ,,,,victimts1 were Leslie , ... ,,,, champion' Joe Conrad was a lat4 ,,, , ' 1 't''' '''''I'',..' ''' ,' ,,,,
',I ,,,5! ., , Dean of Fort Wal n Beach, Fla., : , 2
'. TopU.S f
and Sylvia Silva, Glen,,Cove, MN . .,. ,. , dr. ,, .. ent,ry for the tourney to be player' WINNIPEG (UP) EuddY1 ", .,,, .;,,,, 4 ,.
on the q 6,497-yard Oakbourne Leake, former:University, of ,Okla 5 ..... s
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9 Both wer! five ,years old. I. 1.,' , Cameras.- ', Country Club course. re-,- ,.. ,,, v home back Who played three sea 4 : ,. ; 2 ., ,, , ' , : ',, ,i,
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Top contenders foi the 4itle In- Bombers before dropping outlast, ... .7, ',.,' ,',' ,, ', , ,:, , .-,. ', 2, .0, ,., ,,, ; ,' r.
II, .' .' -, ', -' Hotel: HOLLAND HOIJSE 4 clude a pair of youngsters .11ob season because of a shoulder in.., ". ,,." :. F ': '. : ' ' .1 C) C) '..C) ; ''''. : ,- ,: ".?
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' has si ed a '1953 contract -- l., ' '
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' 1 1 Japanese Ines. 1 $ able. treat the heart of' .
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- Goalbv of Darien, Conn., who ,wort Jul7,- gn f NulLe ' Ile 1 Pri 1 e) 1E' I' f
, '', tke' Greensboro N.C. Open last with the Canadian aroothall. Lea ripase alai lei 0 - Ir) ) for prompt attention
- - e t f t.' t ' t 11111"1".' L -' I week d G 'PI fJh I b l' ,', - : 'I tk ) J (4- I e'
an arr7 ayer 6 o an gue c 1.1 ,., - ,
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and GarrY PlaYer Of Johan gue club. ;, 7", a':'a 4'a. C...3 ',, ,
' ' ban Jos Costa Rico weex
' 1 o nesburg,, South Africa,' wh tart. r a , '''
' Custom building. Completely modern convenient.
1 Suites and Bungalows, all with PANAMA 't.,OLON tured the Kentucky Derby Open. UCLA,. Michtgan To Meet ;, '' .. 1., p 4 t :
They ,joht Bob Toski, Ernie ArOft, ' 1
' privets bath. Hot and cold water. sler, Don Fairvold and Jay Bel,. LOS ANGELES (I,TF) UCLA , r '
' ?rice: SI and' VI daily, ert, a Lafayette 4oroduct,among and 3fichigan',will meet in foot- fr .11' iat
' SAN BLAS wcwt apprec e your ,call tvhich will enable us
,,TROPELCO ith meals.' :
S -A- r'
, ,,.,EXCURSION
top' challengers.: ball at Ann At:bor, pn ,
r, , Sept. 30, 1.961, givhtg the Bruins , ,
Hebert,' the hometown favorite seven intersectional, L, games , , to serve you,oetter
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45 St. 'and 'Via EanaPia : For reservations P. O. Anrit 2g , fired-1-68 -warmuP 1 4(1. that' stason's-,schedule,The two'

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"4,1.,0,, ,,, ,, i ,,,,,,,..S , .. ', ,,,,!5(,,,4,311,,,,;0,',,,,,' ' ridanque Traver service' murao, a not putter' from" ban' scnools last met in. football in . ; .., , , , , , :,, ,, , ,( ,, ..
- . I -1 I lkla;;agert Bill and 'Elmo, hymen ' ' Tel. 2,1661 Antonio, is being watched,-closely11956 with the Wolverines gaining,' s I ,
i ; its pros, ''', '' an -easy 4243 victory. i

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IS FOR SAI:E ,
TELEpHONE ,2-07.40

Aparir'nen' ts
papmor,......
FOR, RENT ww Modern furnish,
ed apartment' with t two bed-
MOM', livingroom- dining room,
kitchen. gaud' and six closets,
46th Stroot No. 2-62. For infer infermotion
motion infermotion caU 3-1423; r
FOR RENT a;-- Modern spacioui
hve budroom,:i- ternished apart.. :
meet. housewars. Het',
water $150.. Ave Peru 37-20.
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Completely ..furnished, air con-1,
slitioned apartment, Hi-Fi Set,
desirible residential section, 3
. b d MOMS. $25000 for 3
t months only. Call 3-4840.
FOR RINI As el May 1Stk,
Deluxe tveo bedroom apartment.
2 baths Sono with t- tub I and
shower). Large sitting and din..
Mg room, kitchse. Maidroom
and bath, adjoining separate,
laundry section., ,Lovely garden
and putting green. At No. 174
,'F'! Street, El Cangreje. Phones
3-0319 during office hours.
FOR RENT Two bedroom a apostmen'',
postmen'', apostmen'', just painted. St. Ise-,
bel St,, and 812 St. No. 9079
; taln. 'pi call Balboa 2-1317.
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FOR RENT .4 Military 'inspect..
ed apartment 160.00 monthly,
good location, furniture goes
with Apt. Reasonable price, 14'
Roche St. Apt. 14 payton
6266.;
FOR REFIT Modern apart apartmen.,
men., apartmen., l'bedrooms, 2 baths.' livo
ing, dining room,' balcony. Cans-
po Alegre.' Beautiful see
Tel. 3-7192, Hours 6 p.m. to 7
fOlt RENT,--. Modern one bed.,
DOM apartment with complete
built-inf kitchenette, ;amp Ale Ale'
' Ale' grel'Islt 3,7192,: hours. pooh
FOR RENT One and hvi bed.'
room apartments,, in 'newly-built
building. All apartments top topfloor,
floor, topfloor, well' ventilated, furnished
or unfurnished. All new. Via J;
- Fernando de Cordova No. IS. t
oPPosite Centro Comercial."
Tel.! 2-2883 ond 3-4734.
FOR ''RENT ',;; 'Furnished ,,-
partment,' two bedroom, living-,
,'''dining room,' Independent sem.
San FfinCillee, 86th Street
'' No. 6,, near to Team' Reese,
, rot,. RENT 4. Furnished, two
hadroonr.rapartmente,40, garage,
mald'a room, hot wateror very
f tool. Campo Alegre and Bella
Nitta. Phone 3-50211.
, FOR RENT' Modern apart apartment,.
ment,. apartment,. furnishrid, with all cone.
niences, linen, hot water, etc
Phone 3-5356 95th street No.
47 klformer 9th strettli--
, -o
FOR RENT Two bedroom
chalet completely furnisred with
snidern -- conveniences, such as
air conditioning, television, oleo&
tric range, hot water, etc. Le.
cated in Paitilla, Avenida Brasil,'
' tight ht frint of Buena y Luz
playing ground. For interview
',call Telephone 3-1407, 'from
'2:00 cm. to 3.00 p.m.
, 'e
Vihatever
Happened to ..- ;.-
-. : DICK BARTELL'
.
Tempers mental ., and ,' talkative,
Dick Bartell soon' ircame knOWn
as ,Itowdy Dick",!' after he brokel
in at shortstop 'for the Pittsburgbi
Piratet in19211. All told he put'
in 16' seasons with. the Pirates,'
Philliee, Giants,' Cubs, Detroit and
back with the Giants. He never
stopped his chatter, was a timely1
hitter, fiery competitor and for all'
except his one season with the'
Cubs (1939) he was sure-handed
in the field, In ,.'39, for reasons
that baffled him, hi touldn't
make' an accurate throw to .first
base. but he regained i bis form,
when the Cubs shipped him to De:
trolt. In 16 years, Rowdy Dick hit
.285, topping .300 three tinies' and
once as late as 1941. . '.--
,,, Whateverhappenect -to Dick
Bartell? Now, 9, he is out of
-baseball after Coaching for sever several
al several seasons and is Jim in Ala Alameda4ilite
meda4ilite Alameda4ilite where he I a whole-1
t
sale representative for t e Berke-1
ley Farms, Creamery,' a large in-I
dependent. ' 1
TREATMENT FAILS
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. fiTP);:
Two children flown to Brooke
Armv Medical Center for special
treatment of severe burns, bae
died. 'The -,victims I were Leslie
Dean of Fort Walton Beach, Fla.,
and Sylvia Silva, Glen Cove, N.y.
Both wer! five years-old., t
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE:4
Minik front the heart of
, San Jos. tcista Rica
Completely modern convonlenees' bt
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
' Price: dd and' VI dein,
, ,, with meals.',
Cosmopolitan kitchen
' Horse riding,
For reservations r.
litaiiageet Bill and Minor hymen

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FOR SALE- --- OPPORTUNITT,1
SAVE MORE THAN $1,000....
00 AUTO MOBILES like
NEW--,-AUTOS EISENMAN OF.
FERS FOR SALE.
2-1957 Buick Hardtop Pow Pow'
' Pow' or Steering end Brakes, Radio, 2
Tone, .V15 Wall firm, 20 miles
per gallon,: $2,00000 lets cost.
1-1958 Chevrolet Bel Air V-
S 4DR Powerplidt, WISW
tires, Radio, Ty-Tons:Ventilators,
;,
,4--1957 Hillnran 401t-,..WS,
W tires, 2 Tone. Leather up-
holstery,'40 miles per gallon.
5--1956 Ford-Custom, Radio,
rolpdomatic, White tires. Excel-
hint mechanical condition. :
6-1955 Pontiac-Coupe,- Ra Radie,
die, Radie, New Upholstery, Ty-Tone
paint. Excellent mechanical con.
- dition.
7--L1954 Chevrolet-Bel Air
Hardtop, 6 Cylinder, New White
nylon tires, loathe uphoisteryi
magnificent mechanical .condi-,
tip
' Oldsmobile-super 88
Hirdtop. radio, new nylon,
holstery,,,',VS Wall tires,' origi-
nal paint, insuperable mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition:
9-,-1954 Cadillac-Sedan,'
doors, radio, power steering, new.::
tires, excellent mechanical cos.-4
'
, AUTOS EISENMAN. Teter' 2.
4966. 2-2616. next Coca-Colt
Bottling Co.
i
, POR SALE 1957 Ford Tau
nut duty paid 1495.00. Sao,,at
Household Exchange, National
Ave Ne 4I, Auto Role
, FOR SALE -- 1935 Morris MI-,
nor, two door, excellent condi.
Non., ,Ver- reasonable.' Phone
Panama 3-6851 after 6:00 P.m.
FOR SALE 1953 Plymouth
station wagoo;'ossollant condl';
thus. Ft. Amador 2121,er 5135.
FOR 3ALli 1954 ,Chavrolet)
Station son,' 4-sl'oor 210 se.
ries,l; standard shift, radio,
000 miles, asking $1125. 8163-,,
' A. Margarita. Phone 41-2883, G.'
B. Hardisolt.'.
SA1,1,-- Mercedes Bens.
black-hardrep'1, passenger spertit',-
model ,190-SK-195. Excellent
canditioni fluty' -raid. Peoll:1
Ind 3-3184
FOR $A1.1 1952 Cherrelett';
, 2 rieer.,Chiterolet 'Sedan, in peril'
feet ,conditiost; Upholstery ,an4,,,
tires ,,, olmost.,. nevr.-t- 5600.00.
Phont, Cinema 2-2517 26th ,---
East, orear-Fresisieeto Theatre:
, FOR SALE 1955 Ford ',' r
Country Sedan, excellent con-
dition,' priced for quick sale,
duty paid, phone 3-7577 or 3.
6273, Panama.,
Service Personnel,-
Government Employees
Ate eligible to finance that' NrW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
, present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
- representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.',
, No. 43 AUTOMOSILR ROW,
, Panama City. 4
Phone 34984-3-4185
Internatioruti jeweirY
, 1 $5 Central Ave
1
LIFE INSURANCE
, ' call ',
JIM RIDOE
,
General Agent
Gibraltar Lite Ins.
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
annonlanonanancomiccomalomazoh
ISHIC
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PANAMA voLON
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,, April 26
'Traver service',
- Tel. 2,1661 -

, -Automobiles
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1 L,airneS. presinent of the Brav.ect ITrorge payer, Latmel ne per 1111
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kative, Gabe Paul, general manager,
of Bill Johnston and Howie Johns
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known!' ' 11 th R di D' k
'PARTS esSERVICE DEPARTMEtft III
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Boats Motrs
Used wood and fiberglass boats. k
, Also 5. 7V2.
10, 35 isp motors. Nutt reduce
, stock. Make offer. ASERNA--..
THY, PlinatilL
' STANDINGS
Teams , W L
Orange Kist 9 3
Westinghouse s 9' 51
El Panama Hilton "' -6 6
Spur Cola , 3
Spur Cola 5 8
Panama Insuranee 2 8
SCHOCH TO OPPOSE BROGIE
IN CHAMPS VS CHIEFS GAME
Moe Schoch of the champion
Orange Kist team of the Ameri American
can American Legion Junior Baseball League
will toe the mound against Dick
IBrogie, co-chairman of tha League,
Sunday April 21,' at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium at 1:00 P.m.
This' game' will be the' fr,s t
game A a double header..
Orange Kist mill play a teani
comoosed'of the managers, coabh,
es 'and officials of the leagu
Probable startiog lineups 'gr,e:
, CHAMPS
.Blevins lb;' Ortiz 3b; Schoch
p; Garcia 2b; Engelke of; Fields
c; Corrigan as; ,Ctmningham It;
Stahl rf.
, CHIEFS ,
Tamerez' 31n, Lee g; Sines' cf;
Cicero ss; Brogie p; Murphy', 2b;
Finneman Wilkins rf; Quinn
The. aecond game of the' houble
header 'will be between Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse and El Panama Hilton t,for
the championship of Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal 'Post No. 1'
This is the first game,of a best
of's two 'out. ofl:three game vie vieries.
ries. vieries. Second game' to' be ,plaared
Saturday,' May. S. Third if .need-,
ad' Sunday, May 4. ''
i:J!(1'iii'1..T.'.0i.00!."';,,
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NEW YORK (HP) sobal
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Commissioner- Ford Erick
presenL the iBraves---with their
world championship rings and
;artier Warren Spahn with the
Cy Young Award Saturday ,a1-ter-,1
noon in Milwaukee, prior to the
game against the ,Phillies.
, The commissioner. then will at attend
tend attend ,two meetings in Chicago on
Monday and Tuesday, his aide,
Frank SlocuM,, disclosed Wednes
, , :
: On Monday,-larick wiU 'preside
over a meeting of the major
league territorial rules commit committee,,
tee,, committee,, and On -Tuesday he'll attend
a session at which the four-year
draft Fule will be drawn up. '-,
, ,
, Also attending the territorial
rules committee meeting will be
Charles Segar, secretary-for base.
ball; league President Will Bar
ridge ,and Warren Giles: and
committee members Joseph
Cairnes. president of the Braves:
Gabe Paul, general manager;, of
the Redlegs; Dick Meyer, vice,
president of the Cardinals: Hary
vey Hansen,- President of the ,11
gers, Frank Lane, general man manager
ager manager of the ; Indians: and Roy
Egan, attorney for the White Sox.
,The Tbesdav meeting be
attended by Prick, Seger Har Harridee.
ridee. Harridee. Giles. president George
Trautman of the minor leagues
ond Phil PlioP. Trautman's as assistant.
sistant. assistant. The four-year draft rule
was annroved at last December'g
baseball meetings but the exact
wording of the rule is still to be
written out.
,
Hundred 'Pros 15-
Amateurs Tee' Off
In i'Lafaett-.0pen
LAFAYETTE,' La. (UPI One
hundred pros and 14 amateurs
open' play Thursday in the four
day 915,000 Lafayette Open Invi,
tational golf tournament, which -,is
competing with the Las Vegas
tourney for the big names In golf.
,,, U.,- S.. and British Amateur
champion' Joe Conrad was a lat9
entry for the tourney t9 be player!
on the q 6,497-yard Oakbourne
Country Club course. r 0-,..- ,- v
Top contenders for the title In Include
clude Include a pair of yoangsters -Bob
Goalbv of Darien, Conn., who ,woyi
the' Greensboro, N.C., Pen lad
1 week and Garry Player 6f Johan
nesburc, South Africa,' who tart tarttured
tured tarttured the Kentucky Derby Open.
They loin Bob Toski, Ernie VOft,
1 sler, Don Fairthtld and Jay Ifeb Ifebi
i Ifebi ert, a Lafayette product,,,,, among
top' challengers.: ., - ,,
Ilehert,' the hometown favorite
firecrl-68' bre 'warmup -7 id.
' Conrad, a hot putter' from" San
Antonio, is being watched, closely
I
, ; me pros. '".; ',

y,Ft,te, ypent:' cplAJ.msavs:,iol!1()(plf) ,: !,'I 1Vith a view
1,1.1 LI ta.14'aid seryice and correcting I

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,- bids will be accepted by
tho, Navy Exchange- Office'',
val Station, :Rodman, Canal Zone
, for the sale of -4 vehicks..,The
vehkles may be inspected at the
, Rodman Public Works Motor
Pool, building No. 614 between
the hours, el 9:00 ctn. through
, 3:00 p.m. daily ,,Mondays
through Fridays.. Bids will be
Ofillted 10:00 a.m.. on 13 May
; 1951. Bid forms may le ob..
takied at the Navy Exchange
Office, buijding No. 24, Rod RodCanal
Canal RodCanal -Zone. For further'
; information please call Navy 'I
3319 or 1490." .;
FOR SALE L41952 4-doot Hod
aim Harnett' fair condition 300.
00;. 1951 4 door Lack Sweat
vary clean, low miles's, 500.00'.:
,,, blond, RCA' 'obi pedal MN,
, 50.00, Divair 'aqua lune and
tank, 50.00, cylinder grey
ongino,1 35 HP,, 60.01
4. Call :Albrook 7241. 95.;
11011',". SALE Children's'
set:Arid alrmetel- 15 loot
alas. Slide ideal for children's
school:. Both 'in excellent iondiA
'lion. Phony 3-6851 after 6 so.M: ''
: FQR. SALE ,...:"Studio Couch in
, good condition $50,00.,; Tole.
Kelly, latbos
oonomm.m.i.nmon,.1
Gambi3rs Pick -',
u
Vint ri POI Palmer
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011itideasr
, HAL W090
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LAS. VEGAS,'Nev.. (UP) The
gamblers picked -San Francisco's
.amaoth.swinging ,,' Ken Venturi to
Ahe t, rich Tournament of
Chantnions.1-,' gall extravaganza
"staiting' Thursdaybut the goners
went, dawn -in the egrab ',bag for
their selections,,t,3 , :
Venturi was, listed 'as 'its
vorite' win this' $40,000' event 'in
his 'first tryk after annexing five
championships daring 'the last 10
months: 4 1-'
' But Palmer, who), has
won four ciawns durratrthCipest
year,' ingludint the, big, ane":"". at
Auguttat) he asterssaid n0.I,
1 "'I've 4g6t- ta ga,' fat'l two great
nutters,r sold' Palmego '''One is
Roberto de yicenzo- ,of 'Argentina.
The 'other, is Stan Leanard of Can.
ada." '' ",
, Bath, Allen, have hien maie.or maie.orless"overlooked
less"overlooked maie.orless"overlooked in the pre,tourntmetyt,-
adds; De Vicenza was. 20-1.
but after the odds.makers watched,
'hint hit a few booming drives, he
was: ctrt'io '10.1. 'Leonard still is
20-1.,4 ,'" 4
-t Leonard; in s. his' ''nlitl-40s, has
wofi' wily' medal play
tournament in his t' life the
Greensboro ,Onen tri ,Aaril.'ef' last
year.. However, he It many-times
Canadian PGA chimaion. De Vi
cento won the' Colonial, in Texas
and., the MI-America Toorntiment
in Chicago last year.' And he 'has
annexed mat, big South Attlee.
can ,and Anexican tournaments
against t' top-flight 'v cornpetl cornpetltors.4
tors.4 cornpetltors.4 ,--
Of the 22 competitors. eight
never before have qualified Jot
this event. They are Venturi. De
Vicenza, Leanard,',- Paul Barney,
George Barer,' Lionel H e r
Bill Johnston and Howie Johnson.
1 Tok qualify.' a player must win ,a
1 major PGA-co-sponsored tourna

Pirates Split 'NAM!
' PITTSBURGH (UP) ,', The
Pittsburgh Pirates got down to
their legal limit of ,29 players
Tuesday by splitting the O'Brien
twins, Johnny and, Eddie, for the
second time, In. their big league
careers. The club- sent Eddie, an
infielder who''also las 'seen ser service
vice service as a pitcheren, to the Salt
Lake City Club ,,of the Paeific
Coast ,League on 24-hour recall.
Aglow Named' Direcier
COLUMBUS,'' Ohio (UP) -;,-Robert
(Ho) Agler has been named
athletic director' at Otterbein
lege, effective lime 30., Agler,
head football: and' basketball
coach sincek1953,. replaces Harry
W. Ewing, who has ,'served on
the Otterbein coaching gtaff In
one'phae or another since 1934.
Borddy Leaks Sighs 4 ',
1NNIPE (UP) Buddy,
Leake, former:University, of Okla-
home back who played three sea
sons 'with the ,Winniveg B I it
Bombers before dropping out, last
season because of a shoulder in.I
jury,', has signed a '1958 contract
with the Canadian Football Lea
gue , t' .'4
UCLA', Michigan Te Meet
LOS ANGELES (UP) ,', UCLA
and Michigan', will meet in foot football
ball football at Ann Arbor, 'Mich.,' on
Sept. 30, 1964 giving' the Bruins
seven intersectional, games on,
that' stasonic,schedule.The two'
schools last met in. football in'
1956 with the Wolverines lialailig;
an -easy 4243 victory. i

Hoti Articlei

FOR SALE -,- New unused Easy
autematk combination wisher
dryer $355.00. Call enema
6291 between 4 and 6 p.m.
, FOR SALE 4-44. G.E," Auternatie
Washing Machkus. fun
old. Phone 112843760.. t
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FOR SALE 4 Grandfather clock,
, refrigerator. likelvinater" hide a
bed, diningreom, bamboo sit,'
gas stove, leaving (entry., Tel.
,13111, Colon. s,
,IFOR SALI Greed piano in
,excelleetcondition. 9 Piece solg,,
id mahogany suite. Miscellaneous
, pieces of furniture and kitchen
2165-A Sth street, Cu4
rendu; C.Z.,
FOR SALE Gas stairs, apart,.
, moot size, 525.00. Good condi--
-tion..Ph000 3-3525. ,
us:f40.0s..:As,
Flo:;.40.i.l.Alj..'::,
F:(:Rok.,Oil-';
..!WASDINGTOst. 411P) Con.'
gress,, appeared ready today to
give some form of financial help
to the, nation's railroads.
The administration asked Con.
gre.ss Tuesday to prop the finan.
eially hard up srailroads with a
700 million dollar loan. progrant.
Recommendations game from
Commerce ..Seere tary Sinclair
Weeks in a letter to io Senate
Commerce Subcommittee..L Con.
gressional reaction was mixed but
most legislators', agreed some
:orm of assistance appeared liteA-
railroad spokesman called
Weeks', remedies "distinctly dis disappointing."
appointing." disappointing." Daniel Loomis,
president, of .the Association 'of
American: Railroads,. said it "fails
to deal 'with many of 'the diffi difficultievin
cultievin difficultievin the railroad situation,
and treats inadequately.' most .of
those ;with' which it does deal."
. Looinis said the proposal 'for
temporary, financial kassistance
"offers no immediate 't practical
help" and the program in 'gen.
eral. falls :"shoet 'of placing, the
railroad industry in a, fair coin coinpetitive
petitive coinpetitive position.",
There was, strong congressional
support for one form of relief
not covered in the :vcomnaenda :vcomnaendations
tions :vcomnaendations --repeal of the 10 per cent
tax on personal transportation and
the present-. tav,on freight., Sen.
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'PARTS &SERVICE DEPARTMENT-7:i.
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DEPABTMENTS Willi BE OPE It.JSUAL).:;

t" With a view to-'14,ara improvink service and cOrrectin;P
irregularities, that occur,- involuntarily, from time to- time,
'THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special

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A
- WANTED Mao experienced
canstructien engineering to
work in office and field. Ponta Pontanent
nent Pontanent fob, send qualifications
and picture to lox 2005. Sal..
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
IPDX 1211. CRISTOBAL CS,
'Take a fungi lim Jaunt to San
11 las Islands Sunday, April 27tis
and ovary Sunday thereaftst. For
further information Phone Jun..
gleJim Jaunts, Pan 3-1660 El
:Panama Hilton or 'Cristobal
1116 Hotel NWashington, Colon.
N6 walking long distances. ask
about our Gatun Lake Anicuniosi.
I Dlimestic' Emplomer!t I
Wanted EXPERIENCED NURSE..
MAID twa. children., Must live.
tn.; References requited., Apply
afternoons Mr. Steiner cieMaP,
1,tin, S.A.. calls 50, comer Von-
ezuela Avenue), Bella
3-7116,-
teq'tliern
'A requiem mass in memory
'of the let ,WIlliam Budd,,, who
died year,age tomorrow, will
Is held Saturday morning at
II:30 In St. John flautists' de la
Sall Church sat 'ParqUe Leer
?he ; mass is being sponsored
by : his son, Otraid, and 'other
survivors.. 1,, ;
A George S. athers
chafrman gf the subcommittee,
said tax relief should be -"considered
onlv.a a part of a general
tax reviion program consistent
with overall fiscal policy."

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1 ELEPHONE 2-C743
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SERVICES
3-sninuto cat wash SI. stains
cleaning at motot $5. Waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bao. Trans-11th,
via Highwav wear Saar&
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TELEVISION SERVICE -- Free
Transportation. April Special.
Same day Servka.4 Crawford A.
gentles Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
4 18-20. 'Tel. 271905.
Protect your hems and proper property
ty property against ,, Insect damag
Prompt iKiantific treatment on
emorgency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service
Panama 3-797t or Colon 17771..
T.V.' SET OWNERS. Avail your.
self of the best for your Tx.
U.S. TELEVISION offers factory
trained technician plus no pick pickup
up pickup and delivery charges., Phone
Panamc1-7607.--.
TELEVISION SERVICE., Ability.
4 honest!, and 'customer satisfac satisfac'
' satisfac' Hon. NO SERV,ICE CHARGE this
, 'month FREE ESTIMATE
- hem repairsZAsk for MISTER
, TV. Phone Panama 2-3142.
Oil Fire loges.
On'Tonk Form
At Newport News
, NEWPORT' NEWS, Virginia, A April
pril April 24 (UP) A raging fire roared
unControlled through- a mile-long
Standard Oil Company' petroleum
storage farm today,- explodine or
tanks ancl, timatening 12 others.
Six of the 60-foot-lugh tanks clust
ered on the tip of this city's Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton koads waterfront collapsed
one by, one between 11 p ni. yes yesterda
terda yesterda and '2' a.m. today. Three
others went up at about 5:30 a.m.
when a shift in the wind flashed
the, searing heat toward them.
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WASHINGTON, April 24 t (UP)--The'. FElt,,repored, today major crimes, in the
4United States hit an, all-time high last ,y ear. itblamed much of the crime oh persona
ci ; -
Lin er . .. :
d- t r J Edgar Hoover skid -the re -Av'eri'5 an eatimated 2,796,400: major
ireco
"crimes in 1957,one every 11.3 seconds.','-"The figure represented an increase of 233,-,

;crimes, 1 p,-. : F., 7 ,
,
't20.'ever 1956.- It was' 23.9 percent ali;vathe'llverage for the'previous five years.
.-!::,'',',Yourngaters--under 18 came in for muo h of the lame for.. the burgeoning crime rate...
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THERE ARE LAUGHS GALORE IN THIS
R1B-TICKLING COMEDY OF A COUPLE ON
' HONEYMOON. IN MONTE CARLO!,

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4' The'''FBI's'uniforni trime report While arre'sts of perions under 18
!,,for the nation's polici departments increased 55 1)ercent during that
1
, nerind2 , ''',' ''r'".-,-., ., .3 i

"showed: , A
A4--,--Parsons under 18 accounted
:tor 47.2 per cent of the crimes, of
murder, manslaughter. rape, rob robAery,
Aery, robAery, aggravated assault, burgla burglaLty,
Lty, burglaLty, larceny and auto theft.
9. Arrest of persons under' 18 in-I
icrealed 16 per cent in cities under
!,25,000 and Al per ,cent in cities of
1!5'21S3oeincre Mr2elthi
population age
'pram) 10-17 increased 2Z per cent
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To' furnil
Pitard With AIMS
S150 003 I)"

:: 'VIENNA CUP) '-- Russia has
l'airteed t furnish the Polish army
- With new tanks,. artillery and
m ititary equipment worth
1.30. zillion dollars under a secret
accord signed in Warsaw, West Westtrit
trit Westtrit intelligence sources. reported
, here legerday.
; The sources said that in return
:for ithe Soviet military aidei t.h e
Polish general staff had agreed to
4v:organize the Polish army to at attain
tain attain ',better, discipline and. higher
"morale
The agreement, repor e dt o
' have been signed earlier thie mon
was aimed at modernizing the
Polish armed forces, whose stand standard
ard standard of equipment is believed to be
thi 'lowest ,,o.t Eastern European
satellite artnibs, the ,sources said.
Russia's main concern Was said
to be the poor state of the Polih
tank divisions now equipped with
'old German "Tiger" type ,tanks,
of World War II'vintage,
The,Western sources estimated'
the present strength of the.Polish
armed ',,forces, 'following the re recent.
cent. recent. demobilization of 95,006
trotips,t. at Approximately 205,000

fliather Or Not I

'This weather report for the 21
hours ending 18 a.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
ranami Canal Company: t
- Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
- 85, 85

HUMIDITY:
High 91 90
, Low 69
WIND:
(max.,raph) SE-8 NE-17
PAIN (thches) .02' .61
WATER TEMP:
,,t(Ifiner harbors) 78 84
't FRIDAY, APRIL 25
' r ' Low
7:37 a.m. 1,, 1:37 a.m.
;7:51 p.m. 2:01 p.m.

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increased 55 Percent during that
periok ..3 r
The report also shoed 'erime
.is increasing about four' times.
.as fast as the'overall populationi
.Since 1950, crime increased 56.2.
.per cent the population.
grPw 13 per tent. :
gvery miuu4es last, year 'a
crime- of ; murder, manslaughter,
rape or assault to kill took place.
Burglary took the biggest un unswing
swing unswing in 19571 according to Hoov Hoover,
er, Hoover, with-, an increase of 12.2 peri
cent over 1956. Murder was ,down,
less than .1 per cent compared
the previOus year.ti z v4' -'
Big city frimes were up, 8.9 Pgr
cent while crimes in the- rural-areas
rose 11.1 per cent.
Big item in the Teenage crime
picture was auto-- theft. .Juviniles
under 18 were arrested for 67.8 per
cent of car thefts., e,
Hoover,' also reported that each
day last year there were: 35 peo people
ple people feloniously slam atid, 27,4 Ohm.
felonieigiv assaults committed; 58
rapes; 4716 larcenies; 794 cars tol tol1
1 tol1 en; 168 robberies; and X61.6 bur burglaries.
glaries. burglaries. 1

Yellow-Fe7er, Moves
Northd,''ThrealPnititu,-
,
South Coast Of US
WASHINGTON, D.C. Yellow,
fever, the disease ,that min ap apoearechta
oearechta apoearechta have conquered over
30 years atro,,, is, staging a ,come ,comeback
back ,comeback in Central America and
threatens parts Of the United
States.
The dread scourge of the tro tropics
pics tropics spreading. northward
from the Jungles of Panami and
Guatemala. A progress report on
the 'new fight against the maw.
disease is stiholled by
George Comptorv'writinrin- the
April 'issue .0 of "Americas" the
Pah' American Union's' monthly
magazine.: '
,
The virus' current,march Mov Moved
ed Moved from South America into
Panama, where-five people died
of yellow 'lever in 1949; The vic victims
tims victims were the
fected cases reported since 1906.
In succeeding years, the disease
struck in Costa Rica, Nicaragua,
and Honduras. A nation-wide
war against ,aedes aegypttthe
disease bearing mosquito, is now
being waged oin ,IgeFico. ".1!
' If thift netrVave 444110Sitfev'-
er should,4dontinue, id, could
threaten ,the :United Statee.'iThe
Public Health Service txonsfdets
an area that includes all or part
or 13 southern states as "recep "receptive"
tive" "receptive" to yellow fever because of
the presence of aegypti mosqui mosquitoes.,.
toes.,. mosquitoes.,. 4

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SHOSTAKOVICH WINS PRIZE
'LONDON (.1.11))--Soviet comma commaer
er commaer Dmitri Shostakovich has won
a Lenin Prize for his Ilth Sym Symphony,
phony, Symphony, Moscow Radio reported to

rimetcare

Hoover said victims of robbers,
.burglars and thieves lost about.
.479 million dollars but
managed to recover 212 million.
alollars of that amount.
One major crime was commit committed
ted committed for each 61 persons in the gen general
eral general population last year. The fig figure
ure figure is based on an estimated po population.
pulation. population. of 17,0.330.00k
There were 289,950 Wet ter fl fled
ed fled stolen last year .46,230 more
than during 956.

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pr. CAMPBELL, Ky.; April 241
(UP) ---,,Freak : gusts of I wind
were bliuned today for, !, the
deaths of live paratroopers, lap.
tally dragged by their billowing
Parachutes,. in, a mass jump of
1300 men.'
More than 100 others... ifCre
hospitalized after,the jump yes yesterday...The,
terday...The, yesterday...The, injured and dead
all landed at the extreme north northern
ern northern edge of the- big drop -zone
where gusts dragged helpless
paratroopers over :rocky terrain,
dotted with trees..-..
The accident happened' during
the 101st :Airborne Division's
war gable exercise "Eagle lying.,"
Some. of the dragged para paratroopers
troopers paratroopers were traveling at such
'sPeed -that spectators tvere
able to overtake their :chutes
and cut them',Ioope.
Maj. A..: Breapit informa information.
tion. information. officer ter the said
fivetof the men were ,dead On
arrival, at, the. base- hospital.,:',..
,
Eireault said 137: men" were
hospitalized -, but, that- none pf
these appearid totjae in critical
condition: "There were a few
broken hOnetr: he'said, "but niost
of Ithem just' had cuts and
bruises end should, btt, released
within a fey days.",
;. Maj., Gem; W,
land, division conuhander, made
the jump,W4h his,men, bis 70th.
And, like them, he,wrestled ,with
a halloorgAgTigaqhute;,,
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Britun To. Conduct
New; NucleorTests
,
Soon-7Moonillon :

LOsitON til),LPrime 'Minister
Harold ';', Macmillan announced
yesterday in the midst of a "ban
the 11.bombs' campaign that Brit Britain
ain Britain would conduct another nuclear
test exnlosion series "in the near
future!'
He'told the ,House .of Commons
it, would Put be,in the public in.
terest" to give,further details. He
said only that Britain's currtnt
ries of, tests was :mot comtleted.
Laborite opposition members
have demanded that Britain follow
Russia 'andl suspend nuclear, weep
ons tests. Laborite M. P. Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Lipton asked Macmillan for
hssuranceS'thatlite Ifett series of
tests would be. the last. ,1
Macmillart(refttsed- any -further
comment. ,

Re- lig' i

Three Fined For
o
Having No-License

Three Panamanians were each
fined $10 today tn Ea OA ,Magi ,Magistrate's
strate's ,Magistrate's Court for .driving without
licenses.
Two, Mcides Tufion,.27,, and Si Simon
mon Simon Irish, 37, were picked up yes.
terday on I3oosevejt,Avenue 1

Another, .bus driver ,'George
Robinson, 33, Was apprehended on
Balboa Road.,,

WASHINGTON' '(UP)--A group
of top U.S. religious leaders hold
a 'wide range of views on the is issue
sue issue of halting nuclear :tests,'
United press survey showed yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Several Protestant, Catholic and
Jewish clergymen were. asked:
"Do you ,) think it is morally
right for the United'States to con continue
tinue continue testing nuclear weapons'0
Under what circumstances would
you advocate' al halt t,to S.
test?" 4'",h
' None of the chute!' leaders in interviewed
terviewed interviewed gave an unqualified
backing to the siand taken by 140
Protestant clergymen who issued
a statement in New York Sunday
appealing for immediate unilater.
al suspension of U.S. jests.
The New ,York statement All
it was "morally indeensible" for
this country to go ahead with the
eurreilt Series of Pacific atomic
'testa:,

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" LAS VEGAS, Nev. (1JP):- Air
Force jet p anes performed acro acrobatics
batics acrobatics "closer than we like" to a
commercial airliner hear here on
the same day a jet lighter plum plummeted
meted plummeted onto another civilian trans transport,
port, transport, killing 49 persons, the air airhtler'S
htler'S airhtler'S pilot reported today..

The report wavplaced before
military and civiliat air detec detectives
tives detectives who ari interviewing 25 wit witnesses
nesses witnesses to the aerial collision and
piecing' together,: the shattered
wreckaii of the two planes. They
are trying to find out why they
came together in ,a cloudless sky
ab, most Argently., how, to q3re-,
vent another such tragic accident.
Congressional clamor for ''new
safety Ivies for the nation's sky.
ways began minutes after word of
Monday's crash reached Nashing.
ton. Two congressional commit committees
tees committees are alreadk studying the prob problem.
lem. problem.

Civil Aeronautics Board Investi Investigators'
gators' Investigators' were confident they could
find out' the why. Air safety, ex.
pert were les sure they could
devise an entirely foolproof traffic
system for the iscreasingly speeded-up
crowded Wanes.
American Mrlines, Capt. Robert
R.- Chase, of Van Nuys, Calif. said
thrhe jets engaged in aerial acro-I
batict "clbser than we like to see
them" to hit &Winer on Monday
about 50 miles southwest of Las
Vegas. Ile ill-fated United Air
Lines plane collided with the
p'un.gisg FlOOP, fighter:trainer just
12 miles southwest of Las Vegas.
'Chase ; said the three jets
zoomed up from below his plane,.
climbed to' an undetermined alti altitude
tude altitude above it and apparently
looped..He said 'his ,airliner -was
in no immediate danger?. but "I
don't think they should be there."
-Chairman Prince H. Preston Jr.
(D-Ga.), Announced 'that a House
appropriations subcommittee will
open an investigation today
into the cause of the collisionii
An observer was sent here froin
the nation's capital by Chairman
A. S. Mike Monroney (p.oklio of
the ,Senate commerce subcommit,
tel On zViitIon to Make a report
oh the entail for that grout).

Steam-Roomiloldup
tqaTis tadl3s 1:ude
Ai-Reducing Seion',
DALLAS. Tex. (UP)Two gun.

s s"
men inva e re ue n a
last night, rnade 20' women
strip off their clothing,' slugged
one ind iscaped ivith1150.
' The r, haidita, Arissid
teazle 'arrived on
ladies' ti 1 ght 'at the Silhouette,
Inc. studio, on Lovers Lane.
t Two. women attendants sand 18
womeh clients' were busy exer.
"
Manager Esther Ragland said
the men walked in "just like they
aimed the plaee,, herding' two ot
three woMen' in front of them. It
was awful." ;
The bandits forced the Women
into a steam room. : one,' Mrs.
Patsy Jean Flickert, 23, an in.
structor, said something -one of
the bandits didn't likel and he hit
her in the face with a pistol, pep.
ing a wound on her cheek.
Then the ,' bandits : shoved the
women into' a steam room and
made them throw out their cloth.
hey marihed Mrs. Ragland,
still fully clothed, to the, orice
where they took her -money'. Then
they took her back to the steam
room and made her disrobe.
The bandits escaPed after jerk.
ing the telephones off the wall
and telling thp women to stay in.
side the romp for.13 minutes.

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: Tfle awkwcird age for a girl is
. Oehiesn pigtailp and cocktails.

' LONDON, April 24 (BIS)When
Princess Margaret opened its first
legislature this week, the Federa Federation
tion Federation of The West indides came in into
to into ,being.'sThe Federation compris comprises
es comprises Jamaica and its dependencies,
Trinidad, Barbados, the Leeward
Islands of Antigua, Montserrat and
St,. Kitts-Nevis and the Windward
Islands.
The three other United King.
dem dependencies in the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean British Honduras, Brit.
ishs Guiana and the Virgin Is.
lands have chosen to stay
outside the Federation for the

The West' Indies have never
formed an economic unit a n y
mire than they had formed an
historical or geographical unit, and
one ofk the main tasks of the new
Federal G. vernment must be to
study the diverse. economic prob problems
lems problems of ,the component territories
in the ,light of what Will be most
advantageous economically to the
whole.
The Caribbean territories are
not,' on the whole rich, in net net'ural
'ural net'ural resources, but certain a areas
reas areas are more fortunate than
others. ,-
, Trinidad is rich in oil and as asphalt,
phalt, asphalt, and bauxire has recently
been ,developed with marked suc success
cess success In Jamaica.
Most of the area is dependent
on relatively few erports, and in
particular on sugar,
iSananas, too, form an tmportan
export, and Grenada is the
world's. second largest exporter of
nutmeg.
, The Drincinal obstacles to the
economic development of the re region
gion region have been, and remain, over
population aind its, dependence n
external economic factors. In ad
dition, food and other necessities
,must be itnnorted. and Production
costs are relatively high.
' Recent attemnts tnincrease food
production,, widen the economy
and encourage tourism have hd
some' suecess. -
Althonoh the national Income is
rising. it cannot keep DaCe with
a swiftly 'growing population. Ths
birthrate fot. the whole area is
high. and it estimated thItt, its
nopulatiott may bive doubled in
30 years' time.
Eiji-ignition is not easy, and Is
strictiv teoulated as far all the
United States is concerned,.
, Since-1954 migration.Ael the
, United Kingdom hag been con.
altierabler, and 1E tatimatad
that the West Indian common!.
ty in that country ynw mak
something between 90,000 a n d
95000.'
At one' time the competition ref
slitter from Cuba and the 11' r
East and from the ,4 subsidired
produetion of sugar beet in

1

!ers Differ Widel)

The Rev. Dr. Edwin T. Dahl
berg, president, of the' National
Council of Churches, declined to
go that far. In a telephone inter interview,
view, interview, from Muskogee, Okla., the,
Rev. Dr. Dahlberg said:
"I'd certainly be in favor of
very careful study ,of the possi possibility
bility possibility of halting nuclear tests. It
would,t be- very desirable if it
could be done through the United
Nations. America should take the
initiative in seeking 'some basis
for eliminating the real danger
that .confronts the human rae
from these tests."
Dr., O. Frederick Nolde, direc director
tor director of the Commission of the
Churches of International Affairs,
said in New York many Protes Protestant
tant Protestant leaders were disappointed by
the quick brush-off the gov government
ernment government gave Russia's recent ,of.
fer to bait nuclear tests,
, Nolde's cominission represents
most of tha major rVPretestant

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Al !erupted Raid
Of British Prison
Unsuccessful

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'LONDON (UP) Thieies, ap apparently
parently apparently 'using minside informa information,"
tion," information," broke into the Liverpool
Prison in an unsuccessful at attempt
tempt attempt to open a sa e containing
$5,600 In guards wages, prison of,
ficials reported yesterday,. The.
thieves escaped. --
, "Vie could hardly believe our
eyes,"t a guard at the prison said.
"It's absolutely staggering."
A ,bome office spokesman
said, ,."an office block at the
prison was entered and an at attempt
tempt attempt was rznade to open a safe'.
The, attempt failed and nothing
Wac stolen."
Detectives' and prison n, guard's
said the thieves app a en ly
learned that the payioll for 200
guards at the prison had bed) put
in a safe prior to distribution the
next day. ,, ,
The, thieves climbed a JO foot
wall and dropped Jilt the prison
governor's garden; walked past a
room where he was sle epin g,
scaled another, 20-foot wall, and
droPped inside the prison proper.-
,Then as 'guards continued to
pitrol the cell corridors and the
prisoners s'ept, the invaders
broke' into an office; and went te
work on one of Wio safes in the
MOM. 0, ,
They ripped off part of the back,
but could not open the safe- Final Finallyt
lyt Finallyt they gave up and left.

bodies associated with the nation;
al and world councils of churches.
He said even if the Russian an announcement
nouncement announcement was primarily a
propaganda maneuVer, "more is
required of us than a fiat, nega negative
tive negative response."
The ',, Rev. Francis J. Connell,
dean of sacred theology at Cath.
olic University in Washington,
said pope Pius has made
clear the Church considers it
"most desirable to end the atom atomic
ic atomic arms race. But he said the
Pope linked disarmament to a
"system of effective inspection."
- Therefore,',Father Connell said,
"catholic, theologians in general
hold that it is morally justfiable
for this country to continue the
manufacture and testing of nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons until provisions
have been made- for properly' su supervised
pervised supervised A international disarma disarmament."
ment." disarmament." 4-1
--DrrEdward-Witrrisorpastor

r

rope nearly, caused disaster to'
the West Indian sugar trade.'
But the tariff preferences grant,
ed .by -Britian in tho- inter war
period, the fixing -of quotas by
the International Sugar Agreement
of 1937, and the U. K. Goverk
ment's bulk buying agreements
during World 'War U restored
prosperity. ,''
Thereafter 'the Commonwealth
Sugar Agreement of 1951 not on only
ly only gave a guaranteed .price to
producers, but ensured a constant
supply of sugar-to, the U. K from
the sterling area.1 No that pro producers
ducers producers have some security, steps
will doubtless be taken to urge
them to Improve efficiency 'and
reduce costs. ,-
Behr World War 11 litt le
was hoard of industry in ths
West Indies, but recently great
strides ha been made in de develping
velping develping subloil resources, parti particularly
cularly particularly oil in Trinidad a n d
since 1952; bauxite in Jamaica Jamaica'
' Jamaica' Legilation has bebn introducer'
granting spebial condessions, egDe egDecially
cially egDecially as ,,reeards taxation, to
companies willing to set up pio pioneer
neer pioneer Industries in the area.
In Jamaica, Investment by baux bauxite
ite bauxite companies amounted by t h e
end, of 1956, to $99,400,000 and it
is ixnected- to increase to $1591
600,000 in the next two years.
Trinidad is the third largest

US flans' Mtn.

tlembers 111111 tyle61
,
On Sinday 'Morning

'All 'members of, the '1.TA Ott Ottlege,
lege, Ottlege, Associatiott gitive been ask asked
ed asked to attend the general member membershlp
shlp membershlp meetin4 to ,be,held at 3:00 p.
m..' Sunday, in the Upstairs TOOM
of the Diablo Service Center.'
In addition to regular business
theri will be a frank discussion on
the status of the Association and
plans for the coming year. Action
on recent recommendations of the
Board of Directors Lis absolutely
necessary. Every member present
will' be entitled to 'a' voice and a
, '
, However,' iii order to Close the
session at a reasonable time and
not to tire those members pre present,
sent, present, debate will not be unlimited,
It is hoped to finish the business
on hend by 4 p.TIV,
Full renresentation and cooper cooperation
ation cooperation of all delegates. members of
the board of directors, and of the
general membershin is necessary
for transaction of business, the 'as 'association
sociation 'association reports. Good attendance
will be throudhly appreciated by
thep officers.' The executive com committee
mittee committee cannot act 'alone. -

;enrenalon issug
Aniin Threaleni
Aid To Edutition

WASHINGTON (up) T e
HOuse faded the, threat of fight
over schol segregation today', It
called up a bill continuing federal
aid fnc )iihools crowded by' chil.
dren of military and government
worker, i ' '" ''"
PAN Jimis 41tooievilt's office
Said he planned to leave his hos hospital
pital hospital bed to Push for an anti-segregation
amendment to the bill.
The California Democrat has been
in the-Naval hospital at Bethesda,
Md., since Saturday !or treatment
of ulcers.
But Reti.',Cle4efand BOO
(D-Va) preacted thebill, drafted
by 'his editcation ;subcommittee,
would-be passed without any,anti any,antisegregation
segregation any,antisegregation amendment.
Roosevelt's amendment; to deny
aid to school districts, that have
taken no steps' to coMply with the
Supreme' Cdkurt's 1954 school de,
segregation edict, wai rejected by
the, House Education Committee
when it approved ,the' bill.
, There.- was a possibility a
stronger amendment, cutting off
aid to districts now operating seg segregated
regated segregated schools, would be offered.
Rep. Adam C. Powell Jr. (D-NY)
planned to submit it 43ut his office
did not know whether he would
return in limit,. Powell has been
in Trinidad to 'attend the opening
of the British West Indian Feder.
ation Parliament, '

1 ,Nuclear' Test Ila It

producer of ell In the Common Common-
- Common- wealth. Since 1952 its production
has risen from 3,000,000 to
000,000 tons. Unfortunately,-ow-,
ing to geological conditions, pro production
duction production costs are extremely
high 'end those in Ithe- marine
areas now under exploration
.are even higher.
It was forecast in 1952 that the
industrial output of The West In Indies
dies Indies would double wiatin'10 years
But the-abundance of labor and
low wage rates are offset by the
scarcity of skilled labour and, low
productivity per man hour.
The importance of the trade with
the United Kingdom varies in dif
ferent territories. Barbados sells
'three quarters ,of her; exports to
iBritain, Jamaica now less than
,half, and Trinidad less than two
,fifths. Trade links' with Canada
and the United States are impor
tant, and ,tourist traffic from the
latter is assuming consilerabis
proportions. ,
To enable the Caribbean territo
ries to support a larger- popula
1,

.
of the National "'Presbyterian
,
Church which President Eisen.' ''J
hower attends,, took a somewhat
similar stand. -:' I ',
, "As. a nation which shares, with ....--.'"'".
others in responsibility for the
destiny of mankind, the United
States should not act unilaterally, A,t,
or' without guarantees df inspec
tion" in limiting ',.. or halting nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests, Elson- said. :, ,r I
, --.,
Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam,
newly, elected president of the 1
Methodist Church's Council of 1
Bishops, said I. moratorium ', :
stomic tests, !twill not of itself
kuarantee peaCe." ,, ', k- I
Rabbi Theodore L Adams of
New York, president Of the Syne.. f
gogue Council of American,. said 1:7173
the question was under "careful, I
stcdr by the council's interna,
tional affairs commission which ''
la NOTE:. SE
represents orthodox, conservative se
ant' reform lewish-bodieg.--""---

Senator Testifies
For Bill Banning
Liquor'Adverlisint

52 13E5r
PICTURE
AWARDS
& Vti6RLD
WIDE
HONORS

I

THE WORthi
OST
' HONORED
1,: SHOW

NEONINMOMMiNA

, wx um IIL bL uve years, federal I
' 'WASHINGTON (l.TP).--Sen. -J. revenue is to be provided by prof-
Strom Thurmond ii (1)-S.C,), 'said its on the currency issue, and by
yesterday t a 3-year-bld: boy cried a levy on the cOmponent Govern.
for "Miller High 14fe" 'beer sifter ments. 4 I ,
seeing an advertisement on televi- - r ,, .., : '. ..
sion. ' '-, For the 'moment: the' Federa-'
tion 'must depend -- on financial
, Thurmond testified before .a Sen.
support from the I.1; K. Govo 1..
'ate commerce subcommittee COrt.
.ment, but, as' Alan tennox-15oyd,
sidering. a bill to ban Oterstate
livertising of Bognor. ' the Colonial Secretary., has stat stated,
ed, stated, self-government (which is the
, Thtirmond 'said the youngster
ultimate object of the Fedration),',
asked' for beer while his family
was dining out.' His ),-father told means that a country must be a.
him he WaS too young to' have it ble to stand on is own feet eco.
and "the litte boy cried," Thur. nomically and ,financially,-1, aL
bond said. ,.' ,, , .)
,, though there is no reason- why it
' ' ' should not receive assistande for
, Thurmond a co-sponsor of the economic development. perhaps od
bill authored by Sen. William Lan Lanthe
the Lanthe line of the Colombo'Flan.
ger. (R.N.D.), deplored the "re- , ,
sults of powerful advertising. ,." ; pk- d', -; ' ;
Picktfill
Ilep Brooks IlaYS ,r(D-Alt)i Cinitr011t
president of the Southern Baptist ,-, . i tie ...
.Conventioti, Skid the fight against ti li il ...., -- .'-',',,.. '
alcoholism put Russia (, and the
a TArniti
nited, Statescon. the, same side ,, n, ,,. , ,, ..,, ,.,,, t.
He said a' recent' trip to Mo-i- t!OU11101' On' Piers
cow convinced him that alcohol, "' J., , ,
ism has caused' "great, concern" ;.',1,.' i,z il,!'',1,44 ''.I' r
to Soviet Premier Nikita S. NEWNORK, April 23 fliri-,,,-C1-
Khrushchey and other Russian ty and federal officisis moved sep-
leaders. ,,' ,,. , irately today, in efforts, to end a
He said that if asked, he would boycott and picket line -combineurge
Khrushchev to "r e a a eti tion that has cut wkerfront' truck truckRussian
Russian truckRussian churches for an educa- inconeratioos to 'no per 'cent rit
tional prograin oft the "evils of normal and clogged the Port's piers
intemperance" ' :. ',' With uodeliverable cargoes.'- '
Rep., James C, Davis (D-Ga'.) 'Ivan C., McLeod., regional direc--
testified against 'the "objection- tor of the National tabor Relations
ab'e intrusion" of liquor advertis- Board, ,said be honed to have an
ing diming the second day of annonncement later today on the.
hearings. The audience in the Sen. heirilm findings in charges of un unate
ate unate caucus room 'was made up al- fair libor practices filerl against
most entirely of women. , ., leamsters, noinn I,ocal 807-
Under i questioning by sub- At issue in the dispute is ii Pim
committee thairman warren G. schedule of, rates for truck loall-k
MaglillS011 (D.'Wash.V Davis' said ings and unloading on the niers,
44..4. :1 aa,.- t-211

would suroersede state liodor
Magnuson suggested that t h e
Treasury Departmept had author authority
ity authority to regulate liquor advertising.
But ,, he conceded that L"no
secretary since reoeirof prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition has seen'fit to regulate ad.,
vertising copy,itself."
1 7- u

BEL

tion, considerable capital Invest.
ment will be required.
A total of some 99,400,000 has
been allocated to them for Pie pe period
riod period 1948-80 from Colonial Devel-
opment' and Welfare Funds.
,
,
Government loans totalling as
bout $70,000,000 havi boon. rais raised
ed raised on the London markot since
tho wor, end it is ostimated
that in the period 1954 to 1956
some $182,000,000 oversoas pH.
vete capital flowed into the BrI,,
- West Indies togothor with
the Bahamas and Bermuda,
It seems probable that more
than half of this figure represent-
,,,, Ind es. as distine
,,At the seine time, strenuous ef.,
forts are being made to raise
more revenue from the resource
of the wealthier territories. n
Nevertheless, ralization of the'
limited extent o whic,h he 'area
can rely on the United Kingdom
financially ha& caused the West
Indian Governments to turn to
private investment from North A America;
merica; America; and already such parti.f
cularly In batudte, oil and tour tour4
4 tour4 The two ehief problems re the
creation of a Customs Union and
the allocation of revenues betweett
the federal and unit ggovernments.
A COMMiSSi011 tO report mi
these two questions' by the begin.
ning of 1960.
For the first- five years, federal
revenue is to be provided by prof-
its on the currency issue, and by
a levy on the component Govern.
ments. 4 I
For the moment, the' Feder.
tion must depend on financiil
support from the IT. K. Govo
ment, but, 'as Alan tennox-Boyd,
the Colonial Secretary., has stat stated,
ed, stated, self-government (which is the
ultimate object of the Fedration),',.
means that a country must be a.
ble to stand on is own feet eel).
nomicaliy and ,financially,-1
though there is no reason why it
should not receive assistande for
economic development. perhaps on
the line of the Colombo'Flan.

NEWNORIC, Anril 23 ftin.-C1-
ty iind federal offkisis moved sep sepirately
irately sepirately toder in efforts, to end
boycott and picket line -combination
that has cot Vaterfront' truck trucking
ing trucking Imerations to '30 per 'cent rit
normal and cloceed the Port's piers
with undeliverable comes.
Ivan C., lkd'cLeod,. reeional direc director
tor director of the National tebor Relations
Board, ,said be honed to have an
announcement later todav on the.
hoird's findines in charees of un unlashor
lashor unlashor practices filed against
Tegmsters, nnion Tocal 807., ,'
At issue in the dispute piny
schedule of, rates for truck load.,

that if the bill becomes law kt hich.7c-ao-ge71

I

NOTE:. SEE .FICT VICE k atax, SAIL4A R..

firms to bef,itt a waterfront boy.
cot OTI April 14.,'
The emnloyer embargo wasmod
erately effective until their truck
drivers Joined tho lissom. 1 ttO wook.
setting lip picket lines which have
kentmon-boycotting trucks' off the
docks.

t4

lotlaipb was (moue to open a sate. ot ulcers..., ,.. ,
1 2.0. - .. f' - ,, , ; M"Dia al"Ulj""PV."U U"'1V61. ""P they took her back to the steam 1
, k lip 4 ii 4 ' ons tests. Laborite M. P. Mar- room and made her disrobe. ,
The, attempt failed and nothing But Rep. Clevelaed .M. Bailey ''",. HO OREO ..,- ' -" 'it ' r'
eus Iipton Asked Macmillan for Was. stolen. , ... fl),-Ara) Predicted the bill, drafted ...-.";,.4 ttpttAe '...-. '.,-,- r ,,,, ,; '',
, The bandits escaPed atter jerk.
,
- ItssuranceS'that'fbe :next series of ins the telephones off the wall . .
Detectives' and prison ,,, gusrd's by ,Iiis edneation :subcommittee, .- -; nl Int .. .; ; rg, , ' -,
,
. SHOWS:N.,,
." )1
R E a. tcsts would be-the last. il r s id the thieves airlp p a e n 1 y woold.be passed without an11 anti- ," g 1 .' '' ..
Macmillan (refosed-,any -full er and telling the, women to stay in inside
side inside the roo for15 minutes.
learned that the pa loll for 200 segregation amendment. ...,
',
A WA RRDES'' ., -..., ,:., . : ''
ap
- I 1 :05.-- 3:02
comment.' ' - guards at the pnson ad beet) put Roosevelt's amendment; to 'deny ,'' 52 BEST .. itott
.
' '1411";" "------"--"------" 4:59 ''''-' 6:56' - '. t -.-- ------- ---.,--,z-.....- in a safe prior to distribution the aid to school districts, that have PICTU .' ZICI the 113.
i next daY." , taken no steps' to coMply with the
. "6 '' Three Fined For I ll-IT:rl-111-1
,, ,., .. ,-,.,. ,,., Nwirro, ,,, The, thieves climbed a JO : foot Supreme' Cckort's 1954 school de,
, 0 75 0.40,, 0 iso se e ation edict, e
. wall and dropped Jilt the pr n gr g ao &tills
,
,,,
governor's garden' walked a
p st a the, House,' Edueation Committee sh.
& ;RID ', . ,
B EL L'A -V 1 S T A
, ,,,,
, Having-No-License --'. why
, wai rej cted by
vw
r
. .:,' ,,, THERE ARE LAU4HS GALORE IN THIS Th p i hl lik
k ree anaman ans were eac (09 r e ,,t t i ; room where he i'as 1 1 e e p i n g, when it approved ,the" bill.,
.;, a ,"...'. scaled another, 20-foot wall and There .- was a .0 possibility s H7,9,IDNE.,0,n, s .:,, ,. ,,, , ... , ....
1 ',:' R1B-TICKLING COMEDY OF A 'COUPLE ON. ' fined $10 today in Balboa ',Magi- I IlL,.Ar -' a ; draPPed inside the prison proper.- stronger amendment, cutting off
: ;,. -, HONEYMOON. IN MONTE CARLO' '''-1, -''' ,' 8. e 1
'' trot Court for,driving without IPti ' aThen, as ':.guards continued to aid to districts now operating seg- ;
,- licenses. ..., ',, , 1 tit ," ,,,,, pitrol the ceil corridors and the regated schools, would be offered ..
,
'' 0 MAY 1st.
4 r""":77r.rW'A Iv '. .. . . Two, Alcides Tufion; 27, and Si- I -v 1 prisoners s'ept, the i n v a d e r a Rep. Adam C. !Dwell Jr. !DNy) ----
- ..y..7 .:.:4'',;.'g.':''''.. ', I mon Irish; 37, 'were picked up yes. ----- t,,,t, broke. into an office; and went to planned to submit it but his office .--,. ., ., -- ,,--- --- - -- ....,,,,,,,'''T4L1... '' .. ; 4.
4 ' .., ., ''.; i'4,.:X.4:;,,eft terday on Boosevelf,Avenue.- 1 11P1'.,,i) work on one of Wm safes in the did not know whether he would ......,,-...0,..0,0,000000.,-......-,
,' .(. -...- ,,,,,,,-.-, r .-
,
,,,,
, ,,,,' ..,i"-' "ov .f ,,,, ', , ems. 4,-.6 4'":"' '' room-. ,, ., ,.. Aim, r, return in timO. Powell has been
0 t." ,6 A .,'" ,,,,41 ., Another, bus 'driver :George 1, Tt,s owkworci age. fat a giri is- .. They ripped off part of the back, in Trinidad to 'iittend the opening :, , PRICES. 75 ',- '40''
.4 ,3, ,,,,,,, -,...,,,
, t ...,:a;,,, .... .:, ..: ly ...., Robinson, 33 Was apprehended on
, but could not open the safe. Final. of the British West Indian Feder. , l' ,', ' '. l -,
' .., , ,,,,,f.". -" .?,,, !I S, x behveen pigtails and cocktoils. '",, t
Balboa Road., . , ,,.. i---- , , ly, they gave up and left. ; ,, ation Parliament. ' ,1 t., tl,4 e i ...tie,
".. ,,.
TODAY?
... ..,,
.fl ..., .. ,, , ,.... , ., ,,, ., . , ,.: , i , 1:35, 4.05 6.30 9 00 p.m.
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Religious -Leaders :Differ:, Widelr-On Nuc ear--Test,, Halt
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s. At'
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...-,Y ,' ,,e'e '" WASHINGTOist '(UP)--A group The 'Rev. Dr. Edwin T. Dahl-. bodies associated with the nation- of the National -"Presbyterian
, -,
,-
of top U.S. religious leaders hold berg, president,, of the' National al and world councils of churches. Church which President Eisen- k
''' ,, a
, :.., ..,,,,t
- ,,,,- .,, ,,,. .1,3,,, i,,,.,.. ....de .-., 1,i7 a 'wide range of views on the is- Council 'of Churches, declined to He said even. if the Russian an- howCr attends,, took a somewhat 's .. '.. '.-sait,
,
',4.,,,t.,,,
,r.,p, :,
..
I I i' -I t 1 I:
1, NC .., ,e'-''' ,,,,
sue of halting nuclear :tests,' I go that far; In a telephone inter- nouncement was primarily a similar stand- -:' I
' nU ited press survey showed yes- view, from Muskogee, Okli., the propaganda maneuVer, "more is "As a nation which shares, 'with
c, ,,,,,...-.) 2 i
k 11 '.1
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i f ;
, .1 ,,,.,y,,, terday., ', -," Rev. Dr.,Dahlberg said: ',..', required of us than a flat, nega- others In responsibility for the .,,.... i li 1 1 1
- ,,,. ..1 .. ,.... ,,,s
4' 'rt:p3 '.. 0
Several Protestant, Catholic and "I'd certainly be in favor "of tive response." destiny f mankind, the .United ti i 1 I 1 :
.
, Jewish clergymen werc asked: very careful study of the possi- The ', Rev. Francis J. Connell, States should not act unilaterally, '. I
l 1,1 1 I 1 i 1,1
,
, ',..,..0,7, 9,44 ,,,...... ; Do 'you! think it As morally bility of halting nuclear tests. It dean of sacred theology at Cath. or' wilhoutl guarantees Of inspec
" V''''' ""'.' ''' ,. right for the United'States to con- would,t be, 'Nery desirable if it olic University, in Washington, tion" in limiting ,,.,' or halting nu- ------..--r---------.4 i i,
,i,,,.'2, ,,,,,040,,,,..1, .Asor
o ,--; --fi,r,PAsivvd,,sr"" ....., -' tinue testing nuclear. weapons'0 could be done through the United said pope Pius XII has made -clear tests, Elson" said. ' r EDWARD SMALL MOMS ' '
p,,,,. :,,,..it: ,
, Under what circumstances would Nations.. America should take the clear the Church considers it ., .- ., ' ,.. . 1 ''''''
,-z,, you advocate' al halt 1.,to U,,, .S. initiative in seeking 'some basis "most desirable to end the atom- Bishop, G. Bromley imam, f
Dt 1 I 1 hald Wilt": IIIITIOLt SIR: 111 I ' '';
,,,---;:.:.:,7 p. test?" : ; A 5,, ',. ', -1; ''",,, for eliminating the real, danger lc ATMS race. But he said the newly, elected president of the ,i '' TYRON1 E POWER '''
it ...---; el .1 4 ' '' None- of the chutch" feeders in- that confronts the human rae Pope linked disarmament to. a Methodist Church's Council of 1 ., . siitah la t ,,...
it, Ioi, ... .1 terViewed ''.. gavi an unqualified from these tests." ,, "system of effective inspection." Bishops, said I moratoriutri ', .,
, CIAPArRillir:ILSII ELEA '' ' ' ''' ' l'i
.
.
.,,111 ', '' , : ,
p ....,,., .:.,;. 11, backing to the siand taken by 140 Dr., (1 Frederick Nolde, direc- Therefore,',Father Connell'. said, stomie tests, will not of itself ,
.
Protestant clergymen who issued tor Of the COMMiSSi011 i 'of the "catholic: theologians in ,. general kuarantee peaCe." .- '. ,,-.
, a
,
--e"1"05.11 IlialEle
V f .. 4 hi , I a statement in New York Sunday, Churches of International Affairs, hold that it is morally-justilable Rabbi Theodore L Adams of
. appealing for immediate unilater- uid in New York many Protes- for this pountry to' continue the New York, president of the Syna. f Is
31 I ilES- ''',.'I '104"'ECtilti'l
4 :, .f... CINEMASCOPE TECNIdOLOR! :-., ..' al suspension of U.S. Jests. tant leaders were disappointed by manufacture and testing of nu- gogue Counil of American, said :. to......... -- ,, -,
1- II A
- ' The New ,,York statement said the quick brush-off the ILS gov- clear weapons until provisions the question was under "careful
, k Rossano' -," '':- 4, Glynis'. '; '' L'''''' it' was "morally indeensible" for ernment gave Russia's recent .of- have been made- for properly'im- stcdr by the council's Intermo' i,,) T"E 411 (
' , -BRAZZI 'JOH
1
, N s '- this country to go ahead with the fer to halt nuclear tests, pervised international disarms- tional affairs commission which ''. I li
la NOTE. SEE THIS PICTURE kotha. 'it si t
current Series of Pacific atomic Nolde's cominission represents ment" "'- , ' represents orthodos,n conservative is T "4' ,jm5Y","""."' '''
tests:, .. Nt - --!-- most of the major tr Protestant --DrrEdward-tntrElson7pastor and' reform lewish-bodiec,"---- .1,....
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capital invest.
fired.
99,400,000 has
.hem for the pe.
Colonial bDevel bDevelre
re bDevelre Funds.
,
ins 'Wailing as
lave boon. rats ratsI
I ratsI market since
is estimated
KI 1954 to 1956
overseas
td into the Sri.,
together with
I Bermuda,
ble that more
Figure represent representes.
es. representes. as nistine
le, strenuous ef.,
tade to raise
m the resource
erritories.
Ilization of the'
whic,h he 'crec
United Kingdom
aused the West
nts to turn to
t from North A.,
ady such parti.f
e, oil and tour tourwoblems
woblems tourwoblems ere the
toms Union and
evenues between
it ggovernments.
to report on
by the begin.
7e years, federal ;
Provided by prof-
cy issue, and by
mponent Govern.
-
nt: the' Feder.
on financiil
! U. K. Gove..
an tennox-Boyd,
retary. has stet stetot
ot stetot (which is the
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euenulengfrmaaento, r a i a e ',
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,i, tmuraer, ma......,...--, :. ways began minutes atter
historical or geographical unk and was :heard of industry in the Mall, and Trinidad less than two more rev
v as,,caused the West
. ,o, ,-.. bery aggravated assault-,'hUrgla-1 -Since 1950, crime increased 55.Z. tea tor eacn et persons in.tne gen gencent
cent gencent wh"-.' the population. erayopulation last ,year. The fig- Monday's crash reached ,Washing ,Washing0,
0, ,Washing0, ;:ty, l'arceny and auto theft. .per
'ir Pr Federal G vernment must be to ,. strides -be es been. made in de- and the Uniled States are impor Nevertheless
in-' grw 13' per tent, :4,, ,' ': 1 ure s based on an estimated po- ton. Two congressional commit. one at the Main tasks of the new West Indies, but recently great fifths. Tradoessui,imnkinig', w
licohnsCilearnaabdias
1,', -Arrest of persons. under', 18
;,,,, ierealed 16 per cent in cities. under Every ,3.9 miuu.es-last. year re Pulation of 17,0330.000. -, .., tees are. alreacikstutlyip,g th,
e. P,r,,Qb. study the diverse. economic, prob- yelping subleil resources, earti. tant, and ;tourist traffic from the limited extent 0 whi h h :
1 f,25,000 and.,81 per,tent in eities'. of crime-,of ; murder,- manslaughter, There were 289,950 'autot ter Si- tem.
k rape or assault to kill took place., ed stolen last year --26,230 more -. 2-. '',',' '. ''' ;,, ','0, ,,'' iems of ,the component territories tularly oil in Trinidad a n d 'latter is
L' it5,000, or more, '.. ,, C "I' A ti s Board Investi. in tbe -light of what Will be most since 1952,hauxito in Jamaica. proportions. ,, -,-,.. -, ,,,,,,,, -
' i., -Since 1952, ',the populatiowaeie Burglary took the biggest up- than, during less. .. , , ,;,, .. ivi eronau c ,.
advant,ageou economicall to th 'I, NI V' ii h been lit duce'. To enable th C 'bb ' -
1 i7 creased az per eent swing in 1957, according to How- , gators' were confident theY Could S.,. l' e eg. a lo ,. as i ro . e ari ean territo Indian Governments to tur 1.
,',. !polio 10- in ,------- er with., an increase of 12.2 per p find out- the why. Air safety,. ex. whole. , . grantIng special concessions, enie- ries to support a larger popula private investment n 0
-,''',; '0 i ?; .. ,' ,,, .. cent over 1956- Murder was 'down r D 111- .'
arairoons, ea : perts were lesa sure they could The Caribbean territories are daily as ,regards taxation,' to ,,, e from, North A A,
, A, merica; and already su h D rh
- '' ': ',,,,,.-- T- i ii h less than .1 per cent compared to ., ,, ; ,
.:.,, , , , . ,.,-,, ,,,- --,--' .,:. devise:an entirelY foolProol traffic ,not,' en the whole rich, In 'nat. companiei willing to set up pio- ' ' 1 cularly In bau c a 4
site, oil and tour'-
' t ussia o urn' th
0
.,1 e previeus yeart i -- -,,- ,' ,,, 11 .,,t A
Big city erimes,were up, 8.9, rietr Iii it ra.k,,,,,,., system for the iscreasingly speed speedalfOr"
alfOr" speedalfOr" iv., F vu , e up strid 'crowded airlanes ', ural resources, but certain a- neer, industries in the area.
reas am mere' fortunate than In Jamaica, investment by baux. I I iii s i
$ena or es i les 4 The tw ' -
, ,,,, .,. , . o eluef problems are the
''' '' o ar
' -'1' ''d'Vlitlfttrm't '''
p et m the rural Americ n Alrhnes CaPt Robert e hers. , ite companies amouhted b t h e creation of a Customs Union d
cent while crim '' - , ; I .. i ,, ,
reas rose 11.1 per cent. , - a T el d 1 1 h 'I s ef d
, R.-, Chase,,of Van Nuys, Calif- said run a si r c th oi. an as- en of 1956, to $99,400,000 and it
Y F''
or i ,,,,,,,3, ... the allocation of revenues betweenet(
Bill B 1
: ,, ,. , Big item, in the Teenage crime 6 st Of -VI' d.'
u s 111 ,., three, jets engaged in aerial acre. theft, and bauxite has recently is expectedlo Increase ,ta $1591 ;Minh the fade
. , ., ral and unit ggovern t
men
,
1. 'Voilh $150 000,000 ,
picture was auto theft. Juveniles . ,. 4 - batiet clbser than we like to see been ,developed with marked sue- 600,000 in the next, two
under 18 were arrested for 67.8 per 24
Fr., CAMPBELL Ky. April them" to his &Winer on Monday cess In Jamaica. ' - - ,Trinidad Is the third largest A comm i '' s syear:I.',
year:I.', syear:I.', a -- ''' I, 9 is
L it'
, 'fluor, dyerlising mon s, to ,,, report on
,, these two questions' by th bee
, .., ,, , r, :, -, .:, cent of car thefts., -, : e r 4 ,,,,.. 1' about 50 miles southwest of Las Most of the aria' Is dependent , ning of 1960. e le..
i ur) -, Freak : gusts of wind
Hoover, also reported that each lati
Vegas. ;,The ill-fated United Air On re vely few exports, 11,n1 in u ir y .' ' ,,,, For the first five years' f d I
a 7111 Russia has
fl,,,, ': VIENts s ---- --- d 1 t h er 35 eo-
ay as year t ere w e. D were bliuned today for. i the
plane collided with the particular on sugar, ,., S Cilizens Astn
, ,,, 'WASHINGTON (tIP)--Sen. -J. revenue is to be id d, e era
prov e by prof.
'' '..- f h the Polish army
-$ lageteed t urnis deaths of iv paratroopers la- Lines
nd ple feloniously slam' mid, VA oth.t e p'ungisg F100F, fighter:trainer just illananas,'- too, form an tmportan a I, .' Strom Thurmond i, (D-S.C.) Said it h
'''' With new tanks,. artillery a 5s tally dragged by ,their billowing s on t e currency issue, and by
d b 't d On Sund Thurmond testified before a Sen
av 14oming, t . Pon must depend -- on finauci 1
--I a e commerce subcommittee con. t f -1
' ther m iiitary equipment worth
'.0
, aSO:,,tnillion dollars under a secre
1
t rapes, 4716 larcenies. 794 t I
en 168 robberies. and 1616 bur-' narachutes in a mass jump of -
, cars o
, 1300 men.
'here -yegerday- -, ,- -,' '... .t. ,; .,, ., .; ,- ,, ., terday. Me injured and dead
s .' :-.- The sources said that in return 1 a loves all landed at the extreme north north,.
,. north,. , ,. Chase ,,- said , the three jets world's. second. largest exporter of
' nn d MI fr Id i cfl ne nutme , t
om be w b s a g. . ,
tu e a ove 1 an apparently economic derelopment of the re relooped
looped relooped He said 'his ,airliner -was gion have been and
, remain, over tiembers I ill I eet
.
'seeing sin advertisement on televi- , ,,-,. , ,
, , . 4 sidering. a bill to ban interstate supDor rom the
I.1 K Gove
felonloosiv assaults committed; rena a.. s e
12 Miles' southwest of Las Vegas- esPort and G d 1 ih ' : yesterday 't a 3-year-bld,' boy' cried
, a levy on the com n
pa ent Govern.
for "Miller High Life" 'beer sifter ments- 1
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,,1
d in Warsaw West- ' More than 100 others :were s--ine --
. accord smile t d glaries..--,, 1 ., ,.. ., -, ',.- climbed to' an undetermine alti. -1,,The principal obstacles to ,, the ' -, ., ,,, eon.' ",, ' : r .. th ' ;- 1 ''.. '.
err! 1 intelligence sources- repor e , , ...., hospitalized after,the jump yes- or e moment, the Federa.'
IF 'Jar .the. Soviet' military sici, th e Yellow-Fr! r ri
, t ern edge et the hig drop zone
in no 'immediate danger?. but '''I population and its, dependence en -
don't think ther should be there." external economic factors. In ad 'Ali 'members of, the TA Citi- afivertising of Donor. ' '. , men utt as Alan tennox-floyd,,-"
h 1 I
. Polish general staff had agreed to ., ,, ,,,,, , where gusts ,, dragged., e p ess ... ' ; IThurmond :' th
. e Colonial Secretary,. has stet-
,
Chairman .rr nce H. Preston Jr. dition, food and other necessities zees, Associatient have been ask- said the youngster
' P li h army t at at-
- at- 4enrganize the o s paratroopers over rocky terrain,
0 ''' rea Pnlittu-
!I ith Th I 1 ''' , (D-Ga.), announted 'that a 'House .must be imported. and 'Production ed to attend the general member- asked for beer while his family
ed, sell- ove (
g rnment which is the
' taWbetter, discipline and. higher dotted With trees. '-:',- i ti ultimate object of the Federation ,,'
appropr a ons subcommittee will oats are relatively high.- - ship meeting to be,held at 3:00 p. was: dining 'out.' His ).-father told
. d du in
morale. 1 - - A ,., ..., The accident happene r g means that a country must be a
1 v tig ti n ''' t 0 d r y R t tt t f d '' S el -i th ti f him he was too young to' have it
I dell. t g 1 r bu 'ness bond said. ,'
n a i ion o re u a si .,
' The agreement, r e p o r e dt o SOuth Coast Of US. the 101st Airborne Division's open an n es a o Peen a emo s to increase oo m., un ay, n e ps airs TOOM
into the Catifie of the colliaioni production,,',widen the. econom of the Diablo Service Center. :
,, and encourage tourism h E Y
ave ad and "the lithe boy .cried," Thur. ble to stand on is own feet eel).
'- have been signed earlier this mon ,, war game exercise "Eagle Wing, .. , ,, ,.. ) noinicaliY and ,,financially,',. aL
Was- aimed at moderdizing the ,,., ,... ,;,,, , ,,, ,,, :, ,,,,, ,,,, ,, Some. of the' dragged pars- ' - - , though there is ,nos reason- why it
some' suec s '' 1- there wilt be a frank discussion on ' .: , .,
An observer was sens neve trom e s. , .
Polish armed forces whose stand-. WASHINGTON DC Y 1lAw troopers were traveling at such should not re e t e f ''
ceiv &sus an e or
the nation's capital by Chairman 1, Althopeit the national Income Is Th 'cl- ' '
the status of the Association and utmon a co-sponsor of the
. f eat 'believed to be '- e -"-sileed th t e tator We e un un'
' un' It" equiPin E ist E ro ean fever, the disease that min so, a sP c ..s r ,A. s. mike monroney (p-okla.) of rising. it cannot keep DaCe with plans for the coming year, Action bill authored by Sen. William Lan- econnmic development.- perhaps on
the' lowest ,,of as ern u D
, peered tie have conquered over able to overtake tneir .enu, tes the Senate commerce aubcommit, a swiftly 'growing topplati ',rh, on recent recommendations of the ger' (R-N.D.), deplored the "re- the line of the Colpmbo'Plan. -.
satillitt armies, the ,sources sale. 30 Years ago, is.steging a tome- and cut theikloope- ..-- tee ti ariatir to Make a report birthrate f th h mi'' Board'.-of Directors ,- is absolutely sults, of powerful advertising 'I ,, ' '
n or e w ole area-is
Russia's main concern Was said
back in Central America. and ..' Maj., L., A-, Bseault. Informa- on the entail ortilat grout,. 0, '. high. and it la, estimated that ', its necessary. Every member present ,, RelA Brooks IlaYS ,,,(U-Ark.)1 114yrhill'
Picktflin ..
to b th r state of the Polih tio ffi e for the'cli talon said
n ct c r v ,
e e Pm ed th. threatens parts Of, the United ...------... ' ',' population may iiiire doubled in will 'he entitled -to '', I voice and a President of' the Southern Baptist .' i
, tank divisions now eqump wi
'old German "Tiger", type tanks,
i
' of or ar 'v n a e, , --t- ;
W Id W II i t g ' States '
d 'th t
,- ,, fivel of the men were ,dead On -. ., ,
arrival' at, the base- hospitel.',
The drea scourge o e ro- ,, , , ,
pies is v spreading. northward ,-,' ' el -, .-. ', 'r ,' ' .. ' I Id v
Steam Room.' o up u , vote -,- 1,. i ...i--, ,,...'. ,-- Convention, gild the fight against ;--' ' ke
3 ears time. , ''
EntikrAtion Is not easy, and 1
. s
However,' Ili order to close the alcoholism -put Russia (, and the 11111
'de iq ric 4'' '
, 141 - ''
stletiv regulated as far. aa the session at a reasOnable- time and Ynited, State,., a ,on ;the, same si . ily, ,, .,, t
, The,Western sources estimated. ...
j 1 f P nem nd
om tne ung es o a a Eireault said 137.' 'men were , 0- --' -,
, the present, strength of the. Polish hospitalized but that, none Of 1:.
q yes'la Ludt
a ill.s-it United States le Concerned., not to tire thnse members pre- tor once. : r. .',- . ,,' '-,. a., ... ','-- '. ,
sent, debate will not be unlimited. He said a recent trip te MO.
Guatemala. A progress report onu
' ; Since-1954 migratien,Ael the
1 armed :,forces, 'following the re- ed to,he In ritical t!OU1111 On Piers
, , tr d bit t "5 000 the 'new fight ,against the man tnese appeit! c ,, , , ,
United Kingdom ha bee It is hoped to finish the business eow convinced him that alcohoL ,0 II !i ',
, fen, ,i, tiro:. zai.lin,.: in
4.. .,' lkillinit disease is stiriPlied by ron.diticin. nitre t were a esv a ra Jr -11 .11 .1 I to bi I n cost
on hshel by 4 p.inl'e 1 ., .,' , ism has caused' "great, concern" ;'',"' ;',z' 42,1!44t ,t.' ' -i

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