The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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University of Florida
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7iVASHINGTON, April 28 (1.111).--The : presidents i:of the 12
Federal Reserve baeks agree With President Eisenhower that
Congress "tray, start new spiral iof '' inflation. if It :,tioes :"too
muett too, Soon"', to combat the recession. ,,1;'' t ;4 ,0 4
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that is accessary to' end the-shim!). ::!
The hatik head' generally endorsed the President'irposition
that-the 'nation' sheuld wait,: and-- see what happensln coming
weeks' before eutting: taxes or., embarking ;!' on massive' public
Works programs4 : ,,

'1-They were' interviewed in .'. a
survey 'conducted by the. Senate
Finance committee, headed bySen
Harry F., Byrd (ILVa.). ,
The committee, which' iii '', con conducting
ducting conducting a general .investigation of
the economy, made the survey re results
sults results public last night.. ,., :
. The bankers said consumer
spanding was tho kei economic
indicator, and' "quite moderate
government" action might be e.,,,'
cough, if spring brings Ha' norm.,
al season pickup in such things 1
as automobilo sales and roil&
ontial building" and if business
investment doss not shrink fur furLthar.
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'Hlf it should appear that consum consumer
er consumer spending is being substantially
curtailed as a result of unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment and apprehensiveness con con'cerning
'cerning con'cerning .future proSpects... vigor.
ous steps in the form of prompt promptacting
acting promptacting governmental measures
would be indicated." I
If Federal tax. reduction should
become necessary, the bankers
favored "a substandal but temorar-y
reduction on broadly bas based
ed based Asses" as the most effective

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' DALLAS, Texas, April 28 UT)
--Rivers and creeks surged over
Texas lowlands today and more
rain was expected to feed',, the
floods. '" -,
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north tiDallas yesterday and what
apprently was a' tornado unroot.
ed a school near McKinneY, il!so
north of Dallas.. ,
,A tornado ripped roofs off se several
veral several houses at Vicksburg, MiSC,
and another unroofed two farm
buildings near McDonald in north northwest
west northwest Kansas. Another was sighted
at nearby Colby.
Hail pounded at Collin County yes
terday striking at McKinney end
Frisco where 135 windows twere
smashed out of the high school,
135 houses severely damaged and
255 moderately damaged. 'Total
estmated damage' was $175,000,
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7 a irivnte r1,-,1, ry;-1 at 3,000 feet
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way' of stirntditing the economy..
, Turning to public Iworks,- they
said "the. preferable emphasis
would be On project "that have
been started and. can :readily, 1)0
accelerated or .on projects- that
re past the' planning stage and
can be put imq motion rapidly'.",
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The' name of the late Capt. John
D. Constantine, one of the Canal's
first pilots and a well known reed'.
ent of Cristobal. hail been 'chosen
by the Marine Bureau for a new
Panama Canal launch which will
be lowered Into the harbor at 9
o'cloc toroorr9w morning at Bal Balb9a
b9a Balb9a Pi r '
TheClaunching will be conducted
by ant. Warner S. ltodimon, ma marine
rine marine director, in the presence' of
Mrs. Barbara llutchings and Mrs.
Barbara Schmitt, daughter and
granddaughter respectively,- of
Cant. Constantine, who have,been
invited as guests on the OCCASLOB
of the launching.,
Others invited to attend are gcapt.
Ernest B. Ranier,. assistant port
captain in Cristobal, representat representatives
ives representatives of the builders 'and of the
contract 'and inspection iViSIOIL
and employes of the Marine Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. ,
The nevi launch, the first to be
built by a, firm iri Panama City,
is also the first to be named after
an 'outstanding former employe of
the Panama Canal Marine Bureau.
Previously, the practice has been
to name laun 28 after fish com common
mon common to local waters..
Capt. Consientine, who joined
the Isthmian Canal Commission
in' 1905 as a captain and pilot,
was appointed the first Panama
' Canal pilot in 1914 and in AAUG
of that year, piloted the SS Ancon
when she made the first official
ocean-to-ocean trip through the
Panama Canal. Hewas retired in
, 1930 and died the following year
in Colon.

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The new launch is I 24-foot die.
Led of sel powered vessel of all-steel con con'JO
'JO con'JO feet struetton, completed recently bv
safe. the Panama Sheet Metal Co. It
, will be used by the marine bureau
storms as a boarding launch in Cristobal
harbor.

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WASHINOTQN, Ai lel '29 (Uri,.
Spate scientist James A. Van Allen,
gave an urgent new push. today
to demods. that, scientific explo exploration
ration exploration of. space get. priority Over
military programs..,
Van Allen, director of all U.S.
Satellite experiments, told A', the
House Sapte Committee the ga gathering
thering gathering of basic,knowledge about
space must take precedence be because
cause because space is "al vast region of
human ignorance." ,f '' ;'
' 1-1e,stided that' sitboilonation of
mirtaIN programs wou'.1 "empha "emphasize
size "emphasize before the world our primary
interest in the peaceful explota explotatiort
tiort explotatiort of space." This, in time, would
greatly facilitate. arrangements
for international cooperation, he
said.' ' t
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The pipe.smoking 'scientist said
before the hearing that scientific
vs-military 'programs in space is
the "central issue" to be decided.
", The military will fight it," he
said, "but the bulk of the scientlfi;
community feels as do."

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LOND014,1pril 28 (UP)-.Space.
dog Laika stood har trip into
the cosmos aboard Sputnik
well, Pravda reported today.
-The Soviet Communist Party or organ,
gan, organ, quoted by M 0 Pc w, radio
in a broadcast heard here, said
details gathered from the, earth
satellite's radio Instruments and
from tests carried out before the
launching indicated that Laika bad
stood stile flight -"quote satisface
torily."
; Pravda said however that she
had been 'arfected by vibration
and noise of the rocket motor."
"From the 'successful launching
of the artificial ea;th satellites,
scientists have for the first time
been able to make a direct stu study
dy study of the upper layers of the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere and outer space,", Prav Pravda
da Pravda said,

Gatun,Teenager
FallsFrorn Horse,
Dislocates ,Elbow

- 4 fall from a horse resulted hi
a dislocated right, elbow for a 13-
year-old Gatun girl over tbe
weekend.'
Police report that Helen George
of 241-A in Gatun was Tiding her
horse tit a trot without a saddle
when she slipped .off ,the ani animal's
mal's animal's ,back,.falling on her right
'
She iaslaten'by Imbutince
to Coco Solo Hospital where. she
received emergency treatment
ans was sent home.'

, AUdUSTA, Ga.',April 28 iLIP)-p.,
President Eisenhower today
urged Russia, to joig a I
ry, controlAnspectiint system for
the ,Arctic Zone as ,"a significant
first step", to- help ,Preduce ten- i
sions and Ithe mutual fears of
surprise iittack."
, In alletter to Russian' Premier
Nikita S., Khrushchev, the Presi President,
dent, President, also 'renewed his appeal
that Russia agree to East-West
technical studies on control or
suspension of nuclear tests, and
general disarmament.
, Eisenhower noted that the' Unit United
ed United States had 'proposed in the U United
nited United Nafions Security. Council
that there be set lip an interne-,
tional inspection-, system for the
Arctic Zone.,,- J,
ftYour support of this propos proposlel
lel proposlel and subsequent cooperation
would help to achieve a signi signi.ficent
.ficent signi.ficent first steps", tho President
said., ',
"It would help reduce tensions,
it would contribute to an increase
.of confidence among states, and
help to reduce the mutual fears
of SUrprige attack.",
,Declarink that the' United States
"is determined that we will ul ultimately
timately ultimately reach and agreement on
disarmament," the President, not noted
ed noted that he had proposed the tech technical
nical technical studies, in an 'April 8 letter
to Khrushchey.
"You say that wo must first
, 'roach a final agree
mint boforo it is worthwhilo to
von to Millets' technical'
studios." Eisenhower said. "But
such studios would, in fact', fag
1 cilitato tho roaching of tho fi.
1 nal sgreomont you state you
dosiro." j

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The President' said solution of
the technical problems necessari necessarily
ly necessarily would take gime.' He bluntly
added that he was,' ounhappY that
valuable time 'is now being wast wasted"
ed" wasted" by the. Kremlin's refusal te
agree' to such stdies.

TIC t h t'd
e ec n ca s u les, e pres
dent said, "would include 'the
practied problem of superyision
and control whichyyou' and a agree,
gree, agree, are in any vitent indispena indispenaable
able indispenaable to dependable disarmarnept
agreements." A 1

,They wer "necessary prelimi,
naries to putting political dee'.
President salcU completion of
these in advance. of political, a agreement
greement agreement "wooki,ohviate a consi considerable
derable considerable period of delay and lin lincertainty."
certainty." lincertainty." , I
-,11n other words,, with the
procticalities otrioedy worked
- out, the political moreement
would begin to operate...veil
shortiy it' was sinnod and
'ratified," Eisenhower said.
'
, The 17. offer,: on the technical
studies "always Will remain e epert,1
pert,1 epert,1 the President said. ,,
t
''''T )10e' Toe will reconsider
and accept' it,1 be said. "in' that
way we 'both can make an impor important
tant important contributin 'to the cause of
just, and lastilg peace'.

Vbe President's 150-word letter
was made public here shortly aft after
er after tr was delivered to the Soviet
Foreign Offieerin Moseow by U.
S. Ambassad,or Uwe Ilya Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. ,

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Antarctic ady' enturei'5ir ,Viyian :Facht,' fiest 'man to
cross' that forbidding; frozen continent, is due to arr,iye
in:Balboa this,afternoon aboard the Rangitoto.',:'
him abaard the New Zealand ShiPping Co,' linir ,"
ire 17 of the Britons he led across the world's'most hostile
wasteland last December,:ianuaryAnd February.
Edinund' Hillary, conquerer of At.- Eyeret, and
other:, liew ,Zealanders who were' associated 'with Fuchs' ,,'
triumph 'remained at home, but, will fix ia,England by the
time' the Rangittitta
Fresh from one of the leCadet's greafest adyentures,';
the Fuchs team, 'plans an expeditioninto,,Panamt.i, today ,,
completely without sledsi Snocati, skis at parka.
: Ran9itot Will sail for .Erigland,Yia Curacao to
morrow inorntrig.;,.,-,,t.n.;

Fuchs. la travelling, with
her hushancL','
Only motel .fOr the conqUerirs
ot, the Antarctic on their epic'
lotrney was Vie hase at the
South tole. ,
ructs was-. VOinet, -,schidule
seaching there4 and. with the An Anlaretto.,,
laretto.,, Anlaretto.,, night ,approaching clo clo,Ing
,Ing clo,Ing ,fast- several experts;, includ including
ing including Hillary, urged him 1-not to
run 'thei, risk,' of getting caught
in, the,. thankilling 'winter.
,,The British explorer refused
to lower his sights and
ed Over "the final,700 ,miles by
Binary; led hix team' to, the'
:coast and in the process. be.
'.'Cams. Britain's hero, of the.

Elibaeth protriptly
knighted him. ,
Fuchs, Etnd Lady Fuchs 'are to
b entertained by Brit lh am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Panamd, r- Ian
HendOSOn while they,, a e here.
; The remainder of the Ice-hard
team will, 'take their .4'chances
with, the crevasses and -tmowdrifts
of the Isthmus. I",
, Already in,Panama t join,

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WASHINGTON, -April 29 (UP I
The executive committee of the
Pan American t Highway congress
called 'today 'for an Immediate
conference of tourist; custom and
immigration officials from Central
American States, Mexico, ,Pana ,Panama,,
ma,, ,Panama,, and the 'United States. The
meeting would seek ways to' cut
red tape encotmtered by, tourists
who travel the highway:
, The committee, headed by Meal-,
can newspaper publisherRomulo
O'Farrill, asked the Interamerican
Economic and Social Council tq
call such a meeting soon, prefer.,
ably at a Central American capit.,
al. The resolution toted 'that by
December the highway will be pas passable
sable passable from- the United States to
the Costa Rican,. Panama border.
and In ,another' year as far as
the Panama Canal Zone

'TIME FOR Pfq-Itonald Graf --expresaar his-appreciation .of Fort ,Hobbe Aservice-olub!&-
"Home Made Pie Night" by pretending to swallow one of the pies whole. Mrs.-Dorris (Ma)
Caldwell, service club director, and Plc: Claude Cantrell of Mortar Battery, lst Battle Group,
20th'Infantry, watch from .behind the counter,. , (U.S. Army: Phot?)
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Inclionesi!n

Forces Capita ';'' :
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' SLNaAPORE, April 28 (UP)
Central Indonesian, ,government
forces have captured the last re-.
bet stronghold m west Sumatra
land other lorces are nearing tha
one-time rebel capital 'of Built Builttinggi,
tinggi, Builttinggi, it was reported todaY,
Radio Medan reported that Loy.,
alist forces had captured Tam.
tung, just south of Lake Toba,
the .last rebel stronghold in that
part of Sumatra, The government
troops met no resistance.
Two other government columns
lhave captured ,Padang Pandjang,
about 12 miles south of Bukit.
Itinggi, and Sawahlunto, about 50
miles inland from Padang, the
Indonesian news agency Antara
reported,o' t ,
Ls Jakarta an army- spokesman
announced the discovery of a re.
beL"courier" armed with a pis pistol
tol pistol and a stick ,of ,dynamite at
the American Caltes Company
town of Rumbai in East Suma

The army also said small !matt
filled.with,refugeeli. front- the re4.
bel regime in north Celebes were
arriving continuously ia :3
loccas islands.

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Texas lowlands today a
rain was expected to A
rmi; q r-ramanian students Hail piled 'in drifts ini
pt 7 t7 q Coo paolo Medical north MDallas yesterday
, : 1 Love been temporarily apprently was a' tornaih
.)- 1, ' o result of a recent ed a school near McKin
,F ,,n students over north of Dallas..
i i cf foreign stu- ,A tornado ripped roof,
t t e ,t tJx.1 , veral houses at Vicksbur
, and another unroofed t
'I 1 f ''10(NriS are: Mart- buildings near McDonald
' 1 ' ) Jr., Edna Ama-, west Kansas. Another wg
( ' A. Jones, Ni- at nearby Colby. ,)
( -1.. c or A. Frago, Hail pounded at Collin C
1 c I 1 ,lberto Naar terday striking at McKi
1 Frisco where 135 windo,
. smashed out of the hig
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, I t o tte fact 255 moderately damag
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according to the Texas D
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'. ucIDIANs DF THE NEW YORK, PHILHARMONIP :ORCHESTRA stePped off ,,tw 0 'planes. at '71.,SOUnlen lodaY ;for., a .4, 8-',,hour atoVon, ,,,,the, isthilliis. and ,t,he lead;off toncer,t, .0f, their2. completely yothout stedsi,Snocatsi skis .or parkas. .....:. ; ,,.. ,::- :
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" WASHINOTN;,"'-Airit' 29 (UP )"".- : iUdtSTA: 4 a :;.; April 28 '1.1P)-4. ..The 'President' said s'olution ,of !coast and In the proCeas. lie. :.4:i:Mii'iMURRiM:M:;:!:':A.:':;:.:-,',:1,,' ":-
, Federal Reserve .4baiihs, agree4- with .' President Eisenhower that
' '' s tuna .1-::;on ir,-,f.el has. been lug-, Congress may., start : a new' spiral .or inflation,. if It does...,"tee, SpaCe scientist James ,. .......4.,,,,i.,i:;:i,x,i,..:,K.i::ii,::,,.:.!i,,:...:i::::.:;.,,,,:.,.:,,...,:k,,,".,:. ,-v
A Van Alleti,, President,e, Eisenhower ..., t o.d a y the technical problems .neeessari '.camo- Britain's her of Inc 'i!gii:,.i,';:i:iniia!::ii:iii:igemii:'.4x:,.:..,:,::i::,:,,.:.:44.1
, I.; Much t00:i0On" to combat tho recession.' ..-1.-,'' ,. t ',,'!' .....; I',4-; .,,i- gave'. aa,.,tirdent new 'Pusk todaY urged Rutisile to Joio ill ti,milita- ly", would take ," time.' lie.-! bluntly li,nur '',,,., ,:. ,',,. ,' :,' ,. :'.. '',' itiA,THRISAiitEORMI:,':;iA:;:V::,,: ',',
. gested 1, y 1, J7, Panama Students
: : i Fe .lorD ',.'::)11 il7EP)', in, ,ordet to .5, 'T. ,,,They,"eatc ',,,qatto, moderate' Federal action': nitglit; be'411 to demands,. that;Selentlite 'eAP10' rY,,cOntrol:.inipection,' system for added -that he' wak i'imhappY; that -, ; ,I; u'i. e ii tilbaeth'. '.: prOiriPtlY ''.,..,:.:.::.P',4ngiiANN:::Mag:Si;','.0': -'
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They '", ivere'". interviewed in- ',:....., a Way'' cf4stiteulating the economI4 space, Must,, take : precedence ,be-, dent.' 1180, renewed ,- his , a Opest practical -:probleml. of supervision ;
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I 1 ::The charges made by "Labor Political Victim" Mail BOX,
; 'April 24) With this miSchievous purpose of damaging
ithe fine record- of the ,Panama Foreign Relations Minister,
Aquilino Boyd, should be answered only for one reason; to place
the true facts 'on record without any political Or;clemagogical
eonsiderations. - ,
, First of all it viouid well be for befuddled "Labor Political
IVictim," whoever- he may, be, to kno that,i ever,, since
IBoyd entered the political field in, 1948, he ',has had, to together
gether together with, his friend, Deputy Juan B. Arias, the good will and
backing of all Panarnanians, who, in one way oranother, have
tany connection with the Canal Zone. can say this with full
Ionfidence, because I am one of those who know and can state
!that Boyd has always felt In interest in our problems
Ind hu cooperated most effectively with us in their' Settlement.
Boyd has never attacked the Remon-Eisenhower Treaty, a3
!Labor Political Victim" vainly tries to prove. Far from this,
Boyd acted above board when he voted in favor of the Treaty
in,:the National Auembly, and, at ,the same time, delivered a
bAlliant speech showing that the Treaty was merely, only a step
toWands the attainment of Panamall Just claims irk the matter
tof:the pima' Zone and the Canal. ,,,, :
riWe Panamanians can not be satisfied with:the 'present eir eirrstances,
rstances, eirrstances, because we are not receiving all the benefits thaL
',equity, we are entitled to. Jaillilin0 Boyd has been proclaint proclaint'
' proclaint' g,this fact most loudly whenever he has!, had a chance. to
Speak, here in Panama, in the United Stateso, and in many
other lunerican 'countries, and in doing so he has voiced our
aspirations with full authority, 1 ,,,,
; The Panama Canal has more' than reimbursed the Treas..
ury of the United States all the money spent for,its construe-,
tion. Let alone the great military stnd political advantages it
'hu given to Uncle Sam. And all this has been made possible
lby'Panama's wholehearted cooperation, a fact the Mall' Box
scribbler in question would admit were he not a victim of poll pollItica,
Itica, pollItica, as he says, but of disorganized thought
- To understand why Panainanians and AMericans alike live
1,;.;
imultY, as to say, in permanent conflict with regard to the Ca Calm',
lm', Calm', the discussion of this whole question should be divided in
First, the' case of the sovereignty of the RePublic of Pan PanTama
Tama PanTama over the Canal Zone, which is truly the Juridical status of
the Panama Canal. Were the United States to admit, once and
for all, as it really should, that the Republic of PanaMa is sov sovereign
ereign sovereign in the Canal Zone, the' sources of conflict between the
two cmmtries in this grave matter would be eliminated.
The second part of the question relate& to the benefits that,
in equity, Panel is entitled to in the case of the Canal. It is
neither natural or proper, that the United States pay PanaMa
a smaller annuity ,for the Canal than a banana company pays
Or a mere land concession for the purpose of-planting. This
its simply absurd, and it is even more absurd when, on top of
!this, the United States refuses:to recOgniZe other rights that
Iranama Vearly has'in the case.,
hike feruillepd arbund the world

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Panama 'clearly as inthe ase.,,o,,,, 4,0-: ',- n. !,v,,, .. ,,
t :.' At a -time, wherdthe ISpifillie his fvvolVed 'arbund the 'vied
!and Nasser has taken the 'Suez Canal, all, America, (take note
of ithis, friends of the Zone) and-not Panama', alonels asMng
1how'could it be possible tor the sons of the Isthmus to be ,satis ,satis'tied
'tied ,satis'tied witkun increase ot ordy five cents per hour, on their sal salAries,
Aries, salAries, an increase that ..does not 'even come from the' Treasury
;of the'llnited, States,- but from the tolls (which are the :lowest
In the 'world) paid by the ships Using the Canal.- .-' '' -',.''' ',',j':i,
I ,' Referring again tothe points brought up by "Labor Po:Ml Po:Mlles"
les" Po:Mlles" Victim" again,st Boyd, it must be .said that the Remon-Elsenhower
Treaty, complied with and interpreted in geod faith,
would not be a juridical constupratiOn, as it is, but a living doc document
ument document tending to raise the relations, between Panama and' the
United'States to the high level of cordial Understanding' that
should exist between the two countries., ., ,,,,: . ,.-- .,
. Even before the last political campaign in Panama,' Aquill4
no Boyd had been valiantly fighting, and hi is Still doing so to today,
day, today, to put an end to the infamous racial discrimination in the
Canal Zone, which is a blot on AMeriCan democracy. The laW
establishing a single. wage Seale is an obligation assumed by
the United States, yet Congress, in Washington, has been ,sys ,systematically
tematically ,systematically sidestepping. the, issue. Is there any, Zonlan, no
mater.' how obstinate And prejudiced, who ,can justify such a
procedure? "-- -. ,,- -, ', .' 3.' ,- -!-
,'.. Labor Politick! Vietim," .who is evidently a disgruntled ig-,
toramus, tharges.Aquilino Boyd with marching arm in -arm
with Local 907, tut, in. the midst .of his blindness, he has up.,
knowingly blurted out a piece of truth. -!' 'r,,:,',,, -
1- ',. The leader of Local 907. Josi dela ROis, Castillo, and Aqui AquiIlia
Ilia AquiIlia Boyd both attended. the University of Panama, have simi.a
lar views and,have been working with all, energy to obtain, the
fulfillment ot .the aspirations. of rthes Panamanian 'workers .',' in
the Canal Zone ,and, to put into ,',,,effect,the principle ot. etual
pay for equal work,, in order .,to abolish the Jarcical so-co ed
"pay rates" now ,prevailing.. . ?.;.,.. , i:
It is die, in a great measure, to these men that the 'mini 'minimum
mum 'minimum salary of one dollar per hour has been enforced for .pri-.
'rata companies operating In the Canal Zone j- .,'.
. Let ushope that. soon; thanks to their, efforts, a single gen general
eral general wage scale ,Will be, adopted in accordance with the prOvi.;
SiOnS Of ,the Treaty. '.. i - ' .. -, '..'.1'10-t, .- ', '
, .. It niust be a cause 'of 'great satisfaction !,;or tne working
1
. claSSeS, and also tor Aquilino Boyd,, that. such a prejudiced let let'
' let' ter writer as "Labor political Victim", apPears to be, should re reluctantly'
luctantly' reluctantly' be forced to admit that it is due. to the young arid
energetic Pananlanian Minister of Foreign Relations that there
1
1 is today in Washington a labor attach, Edsel Wong Samudio,
, risen from the labor ranks, and ivho is at this moment vutting
tp a strong, ,and, tireless- tight' tor:, the rights,: of, Panamanian
' tworkers.,,,,,,.,,,,,,:,...,,,,,,t ,- .,,,, I ,,. ,... ,,;,,,,,,, , , ,, ,,,,, ,,, ..
1 The modus oPerandi in- the Citie-of thO isl. iticat InspectorO,
!who certain authorities in the Canal Zone are trying to disre disre:
: disre: I rard, is another .fact tio the credit of Aquilino Boyd and his
' i staff at the Ministry of Foreign Relation's., ,,s .., ,, , ,.
I . Just think,' "Labor Political Victim"' 'or whoever you may
Ibe, that this has been obtained, after eight. years ot struggle
during which panamanian officials were denied the right 'to
board Pananianian ships In Panalnanian Waters, while,' at tho
Isom time, the Canal Zone authorities were illegally accepting
credentials from foreign consular officials and giving them all
facilities to visit ships. ., - ..r , ,.
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;: ,nrrows NOTE: "Panama Joe" has more to say, but it
,won't all fit here today. 11 is later will be continued In to to1
1 to1 morrow's Mall Box. '

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IN DEFENSE OF MINISTER BOYD

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Labor News

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Coinment

By VICTOR

Cd course there ire those in the
Pentagon who can tell you at what
moment, not too long ago, the Stra Strategic
tegic Strategic Air Command had enough
hydrogen bombs on the wing to
wipe out most 'of the Soviet Union.
That was during the week of the
Suez crisis. We had 100 super-bombers
riding the edge of Russia
then.
, 1 invade the jurisdiction of the
military commentators just long
enough to report that while talk talking
ing talking to the heads of several friend friendly,
ly, friendly, governments abroad, last sum summer,
mer, summer, was informed that the Sov Soviets
iets Soviets weret conscripting bands of
slave labor from lands stretch stretching
ing stretching from Hungary to Chinato dig
vast undergrotmd hydrogen bomb
resistant facilities.
, And though we can take for
granted that the Russians have
been on the wing, too, we're neith neithrer
rer neithrer digging nor weaving together a
network of ground shelters, though
this cotdd solve twO mightyprob

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These are ..- safety from post postbombing
bombing postbombing radioactive fallout and
unemployment. ,
, We are doing nothing, and it is
not the fault of the Federal Civil
Defense Administration. Its direc directors
tors directors have repeatedly asked -the
Budget Bureau foi money to fin finance
ance finance the beginnings of some such
project. But it is fact that the Bud Budget
get Budget Bureau has not permitted a
request to be made .,to Congress
for such ftmds. . ,
.True, no one knows how much
'House has a study which outs the
cost at a traumatic 48 billion dol-
lora. TheXivil Defense unit puts
it at 32 billion. The Gaither Com- 1
Mittee, which was appointed spe-
cifically to study the bomb shelter
problem, put the cost at 24 billion
dollars. All this would be stretch stretched
ed stretched overt. five years. , ,,
Thus for five billion dollars a
year we could begin, building an
aPti-radioactive shelter network-in
every D4rt of the land. Sooner or
later we'll need it s-and the autho- f
rity for all this is Rep. Chet Hli- I
field, chairman of the Radiation I
Sub-Committee Of the Joint Com- m
mittee on Atomic Energy..
When questioned recently, Roll-
field told one ofthe nation's lead- ,,
ing thermonuclear scientists ;
"... Fall-out shelters would be s,
required everywhere in the' U.S." :
' the shelter program origin- a
ally preposed to our Military 0- 1
perations Subcommittee (of ,the
House) by the Naval Radiological
Defense Laboratory envisaged a I
Sparsely populated areas would I
have simple fall out shelters; (
more heavily copulated areas
would have shelters protecting a- I
gainst fall-out and relatively low I
blast pressures; and MOM DOM- I
lation-venters would have shelters i
offering protection against fall-out, i
firestorms and considerable blast I
pressures." (s '.- ',-"' '. 1 '- 3' '
Thousands of these would be ne necessary
cessary necessary for, as Mr. Holifield put
it: ".... it means having an alterna alternative
tive alternative to destruction or surrender at 1
the first, sign of Russian aggres aggression."
sion." aggression." ' ,.. ,
These shelters 1 would need to
be stockpiled with hundreds, of
' millions of dollars worth of food,
clothing, medicine,. refrigeration
1 facilities end other,emergency e e'
' e' quinmenteWhy? I,' '
"In the absence of specific,,da specific,,da'
' specific,,da' ta," Mr. -, Holifield reported, 'I
' woUld think that people caught In
1 such a fall-out would have to stay
under coverfor several weeks or
' until they could, be diretted to a
'cooler' area. ,,, .. ,,
1 ".. I might also point out that
a sh.elter program,requires a cor cor,
, cor, ollarrplan for protecting. and re
storing certain essehtitl industrial
i facilities. In some cises this
would mean large-scale deconta decontamination
mination decontamination measures to perrnit the
use of facilities as soon at 'pos
sib's following an attack."' '-,.,
' In addition, this column has been
1 told that there are at least 3.000...
.1 000 skilled workingmen employed
II
I On defense 'produ tion se secret
I checks. As many as possible of
these 'workers 'wo M need te '' be
rushed, to special ,shelters for re
distribttion to surViving plants.
Such en, overall ':' Progrant cl
shelter construction, launched now,
. would re-employ-millionS, it is es estimated.
timated. estimated. ' ' ''r -'
r -And if Khrushchev Isn't just a
. vodka sponge with a loud mouth,
. those shelterg might just tome in
1 handy, some' day; If not, they'd
D make beautiful gartges. ,.

The Broadway Wort

Although Luce, periodicals halls
frequendy scorned gossip colyum colyumists,
ists, colyumists, L'de mag devotes 5 pages to
the Lana Turner scandal induct.
mg the geewhix love-letters. Hy Hypocrites
pocrites Hypocrites "This Is Sinatra a
recorded a'lbum, is a gasser.' Full
of bloozy-doozy ballads What
do actresses do when they aren't
actressing? Carol Lynley who is
to good in "Blue Denim, does
some modeling. She is sweet six.,
teen and has the bluest eyes.1The
Bridge on the River Kwar is ex expected
pected expected to gross 520 million...Joyce
Grenfell's monologues have hum humor
or humor and charm. Nothing but talent
Memo from Carl' Friday: "A
man who said he vas a friend of
Gloria Swanson phoned. He was
so shocked by the letter you print.
I ed allegedly from her Oat he call callled
led callled her 'did she denied writing it."
Note by WW: Why no basn't Miss
Swansn denied it to lily Grit Fri Friday
day Friday or me?)

, :Add epitaphs:, The New Yorker dical rAntAr), and 'doctors w, h 0
mag'e tv critic reports: Paar's saved ,Mr. life!
performance has, in the last few
months, I am sorry to say,, taken ; Hoye an expel's:. Real 'beerf is;
bn an unaccountably sullen, tired Tfrn,t1( in "New Girl in Town" and
ond atTogant tone that, has done t,'The Entertainer" Guin
his program no good at sil"..:Cue ntss turned down Ids Oscar-wik
mat confirms that Elsa Maxwell mine role tn "Pridce", thrAe
uses teevee as a channel for her befre he finally, accepted The

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personal malice When ws bad
to go to bed in Hollywood at tea
p.m. for six months (to get up by
6 cm. to be ready in makeup at
8 for the "Winchell'File" series at
Des' lu) we rarely caught the Jack
Pear show. We never heard' any
member of tht cast say anything
ungood about. us In fact, we
heard Miss Max-we'll say before
Christmas: "I want to wish Weir
ter Winchell -.I- Merry Christmas
and, a Happy New Year" ., .So
when we read in the papers re..
centlyqhat she had been stricken
with penumonia (she's 751 and al,
so- had a cardiac' condition, We
Sent her very large basket 'of,
azaleas! The irony of this un unpleasantiess
pleasantiess unpleasantiess 'Pear. whose
bestInale friend is Jose Melis, his
very, talented maestro.' When he
heard Jose had cancer Pear wept
ike baby. Then Pear and MRx:
vvell tried to blow down, ,W,Ilter
Winehell:founder treqS1 4 of
the Runyon Cancer,rund.
hak allocated almost 'a' Million dol.,
jars to the hospital (Columbia Me:
dical rolitAr), Rod 'doctors w, h 0
Saved Mr. Ilifelist Wet
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Amato Theatre (in Greenwich VII.
laei rates encouragement,. Its lat..
est, cliort is' "Tosca," starring Ju.
ha Hurting. Tne lovely star sings
hoe an angel and brings out the
devil in males... Peggy Lee's
"Jump For Joy" album is replete
1 with wonderful, sounds.' Especial.,
1 ly het vdrsion of 'Old Devil Moon,'
a balladilly .'..' TOWn and Country
mag regales its polo.addiets wial
an essay on baseball. The. cit.
cus1 sideshow and menagerie in
the basement ire almost as entert.
aining as the !Big Show ,...George
Jean Mathanism ,A critic has no
friends. He is only a' friend of the
theatre." ,,, .t., N,t ',!' -
Hope Lange! One of Movieville's
daughter ol Mtnetta Buddecke, who
operates the Village's famed 'XL
netts's Cafe ..; If you invested in
'every Broadway show each gea.,
son; you'cl probably. derive, a 10
percent 'prOfit...tee 'Bernick, who
enhances ,,"The- Long, hot Sum Summer"
mer" Summer" flicker, latmcned her career
Ass high-Metter:in musicals ,. .
t"Gigt,t! the filovje, will be dispfay,
ed On Broadway in stagestyle. rte
served pews and only la perform.
inces a 'week ,.... ."When ,the .Bys
Talk About the Girls" Is an unu.
Susi tune. Its lyrics ire lyrical...
'Marjorib Morningstar", will dem.
pqtrate that 'Natalie Wood Is not
a ty a teenlager's delight ...but
an Actress .,. Pageant has an es.
if fl'eWr ehnatt' ?M'' atkM se nM ewn eaan dr
swaoYmlietriledn:
trousers?) ; t i .,; ,

' Lynn Fonianne (in ,Theatre Arts
rnsts) offers' the latest blast at first
nighers. The first-nightmares rate
the rap you beek Broad.
wnraoYfi tssh wor' 17,uiellarrst-i cEl Dnadt e oftn I ;
lesson The Moieyev Dance
Comnany Moscow. inked
balmy alliance ivith Yankee
Down, critics lin andiences. ThPy
Pre the dancingest 1 heir
hinnety-linnnety4no!work w o d
Make a jackrabbit envious ...The
way Tennessee Ernie and Rnber
ta Sherwood hipped. across a
medl.y..of ms4P teevee
lookable, lieensble likeable,
Pnberta's nesf P.cca Albesut (hill
billy, rookanAroll an4 torebatog
wit scads of corn) is amusinitly
Darned! 1"Country 'Music for' City
Feople." ,
dris.cs'
Mathis, unknown 2' years ago, will
Soon be the lublect for a movie
biog The town'sffierriest uproar
is at the Cope, where Mr. Durak
te .is offering his high. comedy at attacks
tacks attacks of anoplexy It's a girl ,of
the Hal Friedmans Marie Torre
of the H. Tribl at Lenox Hill hosp
Mondars premiere of 'Uncle
Vanya" (with Franchot Tone), at
the Coronet Theatre will benefit
The Runyon Cancer Fund. Tax Taxeleductible
eleductible Taxeleductible tickets, are available 'at
the theatre or by mail Talk a
bous squares. Rudyard Kipling's
daughter refused to approve the
release of a Sinatra recording of
"On the Road to Mandalay" be.
cause he substituted the word
broad"' for girl and 7cat" for
Men. Obviously, one broad doesn't
apprectate the cat's talent.
Libble Block's "The Hills of
Beverly" is one of the more au.
thentic novels about Follywood ,k

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WASHINGTON President
senhower's economic advibtrs art
clamoring outside h,s uoor for a
cnance to present their' tinal ar.
guments over a tax cut, 'which
would affect the pocketbooks ol.
most Americans...
'those opposed to 'a lax reduc
tion have an important strategic
auvantage. Sherman AAdams, wno
decides who shall -see the kIresi kIresident.
dent. kIresident. is on their side.
Any subordinate who wishes an
appointment with Ike must tell
Adams what he would like to dis
cuss. Then the -ef.icient, some sometimes
times sometimes brittle, little assistant presi,
dent decides whether to admit
him.'
The only.' Cabinet. O..ficers :who
can walk into. Ike's office without
clearing with Adams are Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of State Dulles and Secretary
01 the Treasury Anderson.- Even
Secretary oi Defense KcE 1r o y
must check in with Adams, ex,

group, Anderson happens to oe
the strongest opponent of a tax
reduction. In the few months he
has run the Treasury Department,
he has won the President's corn
plete confidence, In fact, Ike has
spoken pf him privately as presi
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TAX" LINEUP
Anderson's tax' views are sup.
ported by a powerful pha'ant in
side the administrationsdirector
of the budget Maurice Stens, sec
tetary o! commence ,S iii clair
-Weeks, Reserve Board chairman
McChesney Martin, -and former
secretary of the treasury George
Humphrey who still slips in to
see the President from,,1 time to
Os, the other side; Chairnian
Raymond Saulnier of the Council
of Economic Advisers has warn
ed the President that the reces recestion
tion recestion win drag Out for several
months and may even get worse.
If the economic indicators con.'
tinue to point down, he mom..
mends a mass tax cut to give
the consumers more purchasing
power. If the recession continues
at the present leveLjie favors
tax?relief for businessmen to Ai
mulate business .activity.
Saulnier's ', strongest 'support
comes from his predecessor, At.
thur Burns, vvho, like Humphrey
has, access to tbe ri.'esident's ear.
Burns was the driving, infuence
lbehind the recent Rockefeller Re...'
port urging a tax cut 'to remedy,
the recession.',,i ','''' l, f
Several other poWerful grOLIPt

cil
ciation of Manufacturers an the
AFLCIO ,'' ''
ANDERSON WOOS DEMO RATS
: j Anderson 'hail prettV nufeh' 'per.
suaded' 1 Eisenhower that a tax
slash would compel him to-I run 1
the government deep' in the red
fr the' remainder 0 his term. A
big Federal deficit, Anderson
warned, would only lead to worse,
inflation, in the (uture. ,,,.. ,,k
' In his private talks with ''''t It e
President,,Andersqn has also atm
geated triodest'y that he 'may be
able to persua'de his fellow TeX.
ans and Sneaker Sam Rayburn,
to prevent Congress from going on
a tax.cuttinq spree. The Treasury
Secretary haft tonsidPrable in.
fluence with the two Democratic
leaders and frequently slips un
to Capitol Hill to confer wit h
them. ' k, "'' 1 '4'
- President Eisenhower f is' still
waiting for the Aorit economic
returns, however, before making
a final decision on taxes. 1

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In Newsweek, Or Ouch() Marx an.
alyzes psychiatrists who analyze
COMICS, Verree funneeWhile re.
searching fot his "Inside 'Russia
Today," John Gunther read 400
books...The news.story about Dean Dean,
, Dean, Durbin being "very happy in
0,scurity" neglected to mention
one reason for her hapriness: Miss
Durbin is an extreme., wealthy
lady. S'Irewd investments' You
haven't heard music until you' hear
s'ereo tartes, They will eventually
make records obsolete,. S o tit e
vears ago. Lana Turner shaved off
her eyebrows for a role. They
never Prew back. lomatimes she.,
wears IVrebrows of real hair which
are patted on...
, Leonard illernstein has 2 uninue
distinction: Is' the' only Music Musicel
el Musicel director of the ,nhilharroonic
who was born in the U.S. About
140 news ore-earmarked .for the
working press on opening nights
Roberta Sherwood's late s t,
vThere 5 a Ghost at Your Wed Weddins"
dins" Weddins" has a golden sound you
have $5,000, you can produce an
Off-Broadway show what' does
it take to be a star? Mary Mar-
tin exnHins if' "This is the ivhole
story of my life: Work, exhaus exhaustion,
tion, exhaustion, rest, work, exhaustion, rest.
I just love it" France Nuyen,
who brightens the "South Parific"
movie, will appear 'on Broadwa
next season in "The World of Su
zie Wong" Teevee's latest. ani.
mai actThilsa and Jeroue--- are
vainly striving to make boredom
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mance to present their' tinal ar t ..dtc.y ucittia
iuments over a tax cut, 'which Lis,:tutt,..tx tior Lativcrur ails
would affect the pocketbooks 4etiis,e wdb- tu tt,
most Americans... Jut oi.e 'due
'those opposed to 'a tax reduc .ottiowe CrdbilCu ()vet' We
tion have an important strategic &mean tamer'. Limier Cacuill61,ane.
auvantage. Sherman AAdams, wno es quell a.ve remauteu a care.
decides who shall see the kiresi. guarueu st,cie.,.
dent. is on their side. it tu.dt lo type
Any subordinate who wishes an planes nas been num, alio one of
appointment with Ike must tell wen' was solo to Linperor wine
Adams what he would like to dis seiassie. hid e being uetivaeu to
cuss. Then the ef.icient, some. Autub ttOdUa, capital ot tutopia,
times brittle, little assistant presi, thf COILIMUnie t.evetoped engin.
dent decides whether to admit truubie. tide enome caught ara
, anu ciropkieu. Thben a second
The illy:Cabinet. n.licers :who gine cdugnt fire and tore loose.
can walk into. Ike's office without At this point tne Columoine wits
clearing with Adams are Secreta. aitadie anu tne TWA crew a.
ry State Dulles and Secretary boaru attempted an emergency
01 the Treasury Anderson.- Even tainting.-
Secretary tit Defense M,cE lroy lnrough an amazing combina
must check in with Adams, ,eit, Lion o. uexterity auu luck, ins
cept on emergescy matters. 1 enure creW escdp,m, ,,thougd tdd
' Unhappily tor the cuttaxesfiow plane -exptocieu.- dais is tne my
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case known to LAA authorities
wilere la tour engine transport
plane had two engines catch on
tire yet ail personhe. were saved.
I'wA operate, the local Ethiopian
Airways.
Since considerable publicity had
been Liven to the iAt:b Mat tne
zmpeior was ouying one of the
tresiii.t.iitial piahes, ins govern government
ment government Ana ily made a discreet mi.,
nouncemenk tuat the new Co !um
bine was not being used because it ,,
of "engine trouble." 1
The .announcement was some- 7 v60
tinag cu an untierstatement.' ',the 44,
Columbme was lying on the Atm,.
can oesert,' a complete wreck
but it diu Lngine trouble.' -,
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Believing that the 14th and
15th Amendments to the U.S.
COnstitution gave women the
: right to' vote, Susan B. An...
thony,- e of the earliest
American champions of worn worn'
' worn' en's rights, voted in the pre, pre,dential
dential pre,dential election of 1372. SA
was arrested and finf, I $1,31,
,"sbut she refused to pay the 11.e
And was, never forced to do so.
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see me rresuient trornx time to BELL-RINGER REBEL.- 7, z
Os, the' other skie; Chairnian 'III. may not distiut the jukebox t,..
Raymond Saulnier of the Council generation, daut the e ectronic age :
of Economic Advisers has warn. nag overtaken the ancient art of ; -,--
ed the President that the reces- bell,ringing. it has preauced a ,'
Sion will drag out for several crisis iiinotig tile prouu carillon -....:
months and may even gettworse. neurs) who tor centuries have toll.
If the economic indicators COn- ea tne bells ot Europe's tamed .
tinue to point down, he recom. cathearals. .' .. :
mends a 'mass tax cut to give The innovation that 'has the
the consumers more purchasing bellringers in a dither is an -A; '',"-"",
merican.made electronic carillon '""
power. If the recession continues
at the present level...he favors which peals out melodic chimes .,:'-;
tax ? relief for businessmen to att. from the Vatican pavi lion at the
mutate businesvactivity. Brussels World's Fair.,J 1. --;-'''''
Viewing this as a threat to their &
Saulnier's ..' strongest 'support
comes from his predecessor, Ar-- centuriesAid proiession European 4 )
thur Burns, .vvho, like HumphreY carilloneurs are angrily signing. --, o
has, access to the rr.esident's ear.; pledges -"never to play, no mat.. '. "",-,q,
ter under what conditions, an e,. '.1.g
Burns was the driving, infuence
lettronic carillon." They claim an .. t.,
behind the recent Rockefeller RC'.
port urging a tax ctit"to reinedy, electronic carillon is not in fseg '''.,..
the recession. ''''' ,1 '''''''' 11 f a caril on' and "has nothing in .44. ,
Several' other poWerfur grouPi common with the art of carillon )
playing, practiced,. by the under. 11,;',)
have joinel 'in this recommenda. I
tin? including such divergent or
ganizations as the ,National Asso. hey are'also circulating letters ',..1.,
dation of Manufacturers an ,th4 to one another, declaring in rind'. ",L
AFL.CIO. ''' '' ' ing tones: &It is ,up, to us earl.' '
ANDERSON WOOS DEMO RATS
:j Anderson 'hail pretty intfek,per,
di
lonneurs to .'iirm a strong opposi.
tion bloc' against wbat'is happen.
suaded' 'Eisenhower that' a ' tax in ins
s ins in Brussels as well as a...
gainst all propaganda and practi
eat performance of such an elec.. 4
ilom thtoe--1, rruen
t: hol are s, htghoewv, e:ruenimdi ns eiconcidl ne rdP ee el li hn h 1 s t e r m A
tronic apparatus. ,
"Any honorable, carillonneur ') ,,0.
bwisgroeFde,cleworauti'd. odneflyilets, d Atondwerosrosne
who is worthy of the name will ,,,,,,
, In his private talks with 'A li e
4. ,on no account whatever play nor i,
propagate ouch an electronic ap. '. a.,
infleion- in the (dime. ',, -.,.-
paratus. Everything is at stake,' .0,',i1
and on no account can we be .,,,i,
gPersetseiddelonto,de-Asntd
able to persua'de his fellow TeX. disk:Tat to our beloved art of ca, .1,,,,"i
ans and Speaker Sam Rayburn,
yer sth6na th III se 'ainisay 8 ubge ubgerillon
rillon ubgerillon playing,' the Carillon School
to prevent Congress from going on of Mahnes, nor the carillon move.
ment. We must have the courage ,,,,,,i,
to defend all to the hitter end." :r,
fluence with the two Democratic Thus another ancient guild,' like .i'
Sjlectarexiactuytti-iihla,tspreteo.osTitihpersTrbleensuirny.
the armor makers and the black,.
smiths, is battling against extinc. :,
roadcesrpsitotandniturcototieneottoy!,41,io; tuhe
them. ' '' '' "'" ....1 4 ..' HOS. Or, in the words ot Staf it
waiting for the ,, Aoril ',economic lonniut:
Gebruers, Ireland's greatest card., ,!:
"I am absolutely con., i
' President Eisenhower f is still
a final decision. on taxes: vinced ', that the bell industry, 4
which is already rapidly declining, :I ',
rettirns, however, before., winking
w1.1 unfortunately receive the .:
ok
alyzes psychiatrists who analyze 0.
f the (electronic carillon). .,
In 'NeWswgei, GrOuclio Marx an. death blow from the introduction 4 0
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: 2 3
1 en:y
4 liajor
I Nomad
12 Individual
11 Burmese
demons
' '14 Garrnent
15 -dipper
, 16 Irritthie
y 16 Beginner
, 30 Property item
,? 21 Cravat
, 22 Weather
,,, indicator
24 Continent
26 Of flying
, 21 Church seat
' 30 Blew
' 32 Wish
34 Decorated
35 Egyptian god
31 Footlike part
37 Listen
111 Endure'
40 Walk
- haltingly
- 41 Folding bect
42 Impassive
, 45 Have charge
- 49 Buildings
and land
SI Intimidate
S2 Ireland
1 S3 Speed contest
34 Consumed
- 15 Insects-
S6 Huge boatir
S7 French
plural article
. DOWN
' Weeps
' 2 Distinct par1,
, 3 Denials
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Jola
5 rtn:g5,:71
6 Deny food
7 Doillstly
Gt:t up
t Purloins
10 Competent
11 Vegetable
17 Light boatS
19 Lariat

t; : By DONALD l'S. ROCKW ELL. ;
' Written by an 'AllStriliftil who
heads 'the original, all-AUStraliall
: cast which scored so' heavily at
4 home and in London, "Summer of
1: the I.7th Doll" is as provocative in
,;.- content as it is in title. '.-
:1; 'BroadWay has seldom seen bet bet...,
..., bet..., ter acting' thant he performances
''':of these topnotchers, all of, whom
":: are given equal billing. This um umsuet
suet umsuet drama deals with the sum.
' mer loves of migratory sugar-cane
workers in the dowhAnder cola,
, nent, oh holiday :during their sea
' sonal lay-off- '

, 9,,, Ray Lawler, leading' mtn and
i,
It author of the play; June Jago and
, 1.441, Kenneth ,Warren really live their
14 exacting roles in scenes of genuine
, emotional intensity. Novelty 'of
4 -0' background, fresh material, natur.
al flavor and superb acting make
q ,! this one of the best of the current
. crop of plays ,
6 C 4 0 11.i.p', t .4''t4 ",
,,,,, Down on West 1.3th Street bx the
to
,:' Village a small,, unpretentious
.44' playhouse, 'the Greenwick Muse
' ',,,t1 Theater, puts on plays worth see see.40'
.40' see.40' ing The current offering, Marim
' ',I,V, Gorky's "The Courageous One," is
clf being presented forthe first time
' in America. The ,balanced cast ts
as convincingly Russian as caviar.
1 '.' sTphieryit lit; viehec apuegrhi otd !hell einn otohde autind
't,,.., predietable Sliivic temperament.
, :1','.4 1 'N ,, ,, ',
. ,,-'1,' Especially fine are characterize.:
,;for tions by lowland Chamberlin,
f-,77 Tom -Fedi, Mervyn Williams, Bet.
', '-tio ty Bendyke and Mal Thrne Gor,
tt ky 4 6 play in an intriguing blend of
, ,rphilosyphy, humor and nathoa, at
', ..' ,.,,,,,'," fording interesting insight int the
)
'," serious and amusintt aspects of
' ''''' rniddle,class-family life lathe Itua.,
A t
"'ea- sia of his day.
-,1 A ,
,"c'aii. Only a short walk from the
,,,,;- Greenwich Mews showcase is a
. 1...,t co charmingly oictfashioneel place'
,.sta to enjoy a leisurely meal before
, ? A q,'' the theater. Enrico and Paolitri'
.
h i'rrs, at 64 West lith. A sort of roofed...!
.1' .over, patio is an attractive ilea.
'''.. 1 of the time.andiradition,,
yi 14.1 litli
1 s' q" mellowed setting.' ; ''''' '' t- -e
' Likeble Frank Carr, factotuin of
. 1 ),,, .
. 't,' this half-centurv-old dining spot,
.-';;;;,' fits perfectly into the pleasant lit,
'!;, mosphere ef inforMtilitv.,,I Among
' k
''';':,i,t the many good appetizers are hot
'''',' baked Jumbo shrimps tn a special
''''tiltlfr' garlickissed Bence, Chicken Dore
"1-,;,.,"is deliciously 4'181,641- : ',
im,,,, Veal cutlet Parmigiana, lobster,
ateaks, frogs' lees stul a. wide va41:-
, 'lets, of those tasty Italian farinae.
- ,.4''' ingly diversified menu. The ambi.
,1,,,,,A, et er ,dnootns" melte lin sn &need &need'
' &need' 4,i'' Vous wine list shows, knowledgs
...Art of good vintage years. A, conve.
a 4'- nient snot for off-filreeifway )olay,-
- goers or for Just-relaxing over, a
, ,,:,. memorable dinner. ,-, .- ,f' '
,', ,-..
,-.1 One of the higidiehts or i re,.
-,i',,;-', warding Reason's offerings at the
...,.. 'Phoenix Theater is "The Infernal
),,-,,' Machne." Ckstarred with capable
' John Kerr and veteran Jacob Ben.
P,KA Amt. lovely June Havoc imperious imperious1
1 imperious1 '''f'1,- lv disnlays ,her blond beatify' and
-41,-;, versatile acting ability in this new
'' fA'. Enalish sdantstion bv,Alhert ner,
' v a rnel of French, playwright Jean
,' -- '. Cocteau's version e the Greek
tragedy, "Oedipus ,Rex."
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Kerr gives a ,spiri e perform performrice
rice performrice as the lost son who unknow
' 44)eo mist weds his own mother. and
"' in her oiegal manner June Havoc
4. is every infh the willfu, caprici capricios,
os, capricios, ous queen s',e -portrays. A compe competent
tent competent cast, brisk dialog, novel et'.
fects, disticalive costuming and
nim sympathetic direction by Herbert
Berr,hof insure diverting evening
in the thea',r. '.
Ellen 11..7.1e, leading lady of
- "Fair Can Pe" looked even lovel lovelio,
io, lovelio, ler the te r night in the( cocktail
, lounre of Four.Forty Club than
, she does siage. This lounge at
- 4 West 4C i 1,oasts an open chbr.,
, ce,-1 nit a 1 a plankt la addition
te, stan 1 el ,Inent Of a
',4k I lirg e, v dining room
4 .Cfsr 1 broel
s e antlInt of
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Notable
Quotables: Comedian Slick Slav Slavin:
in: Slavin: dated a girl who is the clos closest
est closest thing to Abbe Lane she looks
just like Xavier Cugat."
Esther Williams, preparing for
the TV plunge; "I. don't want to
be a fad on for a year or two.
You don't get a chance for a sec second
ond second series! as a rule. So I'm be being
ing being as systematic about it as, an
IBM machine."
Lucille Ball, laughing about hub hubby
by hubby Desi Arnaz buying RKO Film
studio: "I'm not the one w h o
bought RK0 I'm the one who's
trying to get it dusted."
Ernie Kovacs, suggesting gas gaspowered
powered gaspowered TV, sets: "If you don't
like the codimercials, you blow
out the pilot light
Donald 0.9Conhor: "What's so
new 'about the sack lookMarlon
Brand has been wearing if for
yaars."
Van 'Heflin, starring in "T h e
Tempest," in Rome:, PI've grown
a red -b'eard for the film that
makes Monte Woolley. look like, a
bare faced schoolboy.1
' Film producer Divid March:
"The- FBI's apparent concern a about
bout about the effect of gangster films
on juveniles is a lot of pure And
simple Logwash. Pictures are not
the cause of delinquency. The fault
lies elsewhere, namely in the home
and school."
4 A
W. B; Lewis, TV advirtistn4g et etecutive:o
ecutive:o etecutive:o "Make way for comedy.
It will tome be& stronger than
ever inext season.' ;At
Edward Everett Horton, about
pay-TV: "Great! I knew some
day we'd'get paid to watch TV."
' Joe E. Lewis: ,"I've discover discovered
ed discovered a French tout, But it doesn't
help. The horses,always loseln the
translation." 7
, Producer Albert Zugsmith,
vising movie producers on Iuture
films: "If it's anything like what
you can see on TV for nothing ...-
don't make
Sophie Tucker. 'Met secret of
long happy life? Just have fun
and vhrk hard. I've been sing singing
ing singing 'Some ,,of These Days' for 48
leers. It's lasted because I find
1 a new way to present every
year.", ';
,
Ben Blue, opening the show at
his night club: "I'd like to wel welcome,
come, welcome, Mr, and Mrs.' Smith, who
are celebrating the 80th payment
on, their ,
Julie Adams, nixing all patient,
understanding svife' roles:.,s'I'm a
patient, understanding wit e at
home. When I act, I want to do
something differen''." T
John Forsythe, TV'S "Bachelor
Father," about "canned laughter"
on home screens: "I don't believe
in it but 'the agency, the sponsor
and the netwowrk insist on
itorsi 3f:,
:ndy Garland: "When -children
are involved. divorce IS a step to
be ,taken only after' long thought
and for very nafional reasons.
, Red Buttons, about growing up
on 'New York's lower' east side;
"We called it the Mir'acle
if' you got out a there alive It was
a Iniracle.,,And talk about tough.
Nothing but fists.' was' it years
old before I knew I had fingers."
Fess Parker, admitting he goof goofed
ed goofed in turning down a chance ,to
buy -some land in Texas: "The
people who did buy it sank 37 oil
wells without hitting a dry one,"
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Found Garroted
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TESTIFIES ON IKE'S REORGANIZATION PLAN Defense
Secretary Neil McElroy, leadoff witness at the House Armed
Services Committee's bearing in Washington. On President
Eisenhower's defense reorganization planv gestures as' he
'testifies. McElroy said civilian control of the armed forces
would be "fully retained" under the President's plan. He
,warned that the future security' of bur nation depends on the
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carcAGo (DP) Some strange
terms crop up -in talk about the
weather. Do 'you knovt what is
meant by "cat's paw,' "bra "braham's
ham's "braham's tree,,'Ulloa's 1'44,1 'case
weather or' "frogstrangler'2 e
' A 'cat'a paw' possibly has been
felt by everyone at some time in
his -or,her Hie. In folklore, it is a
light breeze ,affecting a small a
rea. ;." '1 -
Such 4 breeze, weathermen tell
us, causes' vetches of ripples en
the surface of a stream. In some
localities,,the breeze is only iden
tined as a puff of wind.,
1 'Abraham's tree" is not's Bibli
cal reference. Isstead, it's t h 4
popular name given a cloud fo;m,
consisting of an assemblage of
long -feathers and plumes of dr
rus elpuds,which seem to radiate
from a single point on the'horizog
According to popular supersti superstition,
tion, superstition, it's a sign of rain; If the base
of this cloud has the appearance
of touching a sheet of water.
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said, ,in effect, that it will rain
when 'Abraham's tree" has 'its
foot in the water.
If you're., acquainted ',with 1,, a
white rainbow, then you're famil.
tar with ,,"Ulloa's ring." It's a
term applied to a, halo stirround.
ing pomt in the sky diametrical.,
ly opposite the sun. ',: -e
Case weather is a tobacco Indus
try term, particularly in Wiscon.
sin. It applies to foggy weather
which moistens the tobacco hang hanging
ing hanging in the sheds and makes it fit
for handing and removal. Tobak
co, when thus moistened, is said
to be "in case.? ,
In th Southeast, where
rain are t not infrequent, : they
sometimes are, referred to as
4:cloudbursts" or :"gullY,.washers."
Slit a new tertn was, coined by
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days ago," one said. It was. not
an, ordinary rain. It was a "frog,.
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unlucky expert was to quick for
me411e,blockecl,my, path and prob.'
ably would have brought me down
with a llying tackle if I hadn't
stopped. to listen to, bit latest hor horror.
ror. horror. Bere it is:
r"Ilad a goOd point no.
trump and my partner had
sound raise the 1, three. Further,.
more, -the king of diamonds was
held by ,,,,,,East And-. normally I
wotdd',have made at,t least four
.odd but look, what happened.
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played low from. dummy and na.
turally East showed up with the
king. Back came a spade and I
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king' of diamonds in the East hand
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but I had an extra chance running
for me; Maybe East beld a single.
ton king of clubs, ,In any event it
could only .cost mp an extra bun&
reds points to see- about it and I
played a low club from dummy.
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and everything looked rosy. I
took 'my- ace,. led the., nine of
clubs and let it ride. East I now
produced the jack and returned
a spade: I was doWn two trieks."
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was -quite a play," I remarked.
"Vimagine it .was Another,. lucky
accident." '
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lucky," he replied. "When East
took his. jack of clubs he apolo..
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having played the king by,
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to change Tokyo's title of The
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to scatter pedestrians, to overtake
other vehicles or, to force their
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'SPRINGFIELD, (UP) A
blond waitress was ,found garrot
ted and trussed with her own
stockings yesterday along lonely,
dead-end road near the IllinOiS
state fairgrounds.
Police said Mary Jane Hansel Hanselman,
man, Hanselman, 18year-old daughter of a
fire captain, apparently was sex
natty molested, slain and dumped
'out of an automobile down a six sixfoot
foot sixfoot embankment on "Old Water Waterworks
works Waterworks Road"', at the north fringe
of town.. ,t,
She had been missing since she
left her job at a restaurant Thurs.
dav night
Chief Deputy,' Slieriff Tom
O'Brien said one of Mrss Hansel,
man's -1 stockings was knotted
twice around ber neck and she
"apparently w,as strangled,"
" Another stocking was bound
tightly around her hands, crossed
in front of her chest ,
There was a cut over one eye
and a bump on the girl's head, po
lice speculated that the wounds
might have been incurred in
dumping the body from a ear.
There were traces of blood on
the leaves and brush where the
body was found.
',Authorities said a medical ex examination
amination examination showed Miss Hanse Hanse1
1 Hanse1 man bad been sexUally molested.
'She ivitS fully clothed, except' for
hose and shoes, but her under undergarments
garments undergarments were riPPed',. ,s,
'The body wat found by Harry
W. Landers, a horse trainer at
the fairgrounds, ( as he and his
wife drove to see a landlord
about renting an ap.arfment.'s
Miss Hanselmatt was still clad
in the white uniform, she wat be,
keyed 4,o be wearing when she
quit work Thursday night- Be,
neath 'it was a yellow sweater
Her purse, lying nearby, con contained
tained contained $7 In small ehange.
O'Brien began questioning other
employes of the restaurant, He
said Mary Jane bad "no boy
lriends in the eity so far as we
know' and there were "n? dell dellnite
nite dellnite suspects." :
investigated reports that
residents of the sparsely settled
area say a maroon-colored car on

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Esther Williams,- preparing for
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Secretary Neil McElroy, leadoff- witness at the: House Armed
' Film' ...producer David- March:
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bout the effect of. gangster films -, .
estifies. McElroy said civilian- control of: the armed forces ,
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'would be -"tulle retained" under the President's Dian. ,' He : L,,
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arned that the future security- of our nation depends, on the. A,, ,,
the cause -of delinquency... The fault 7
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lies elsewhere, tamely in the home '- '-'
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' joe E.'"Lewis:. 4"I've 'discover- terms 'crop up -in talk .about the when'. 'Abraham'a tree'' has 'its '.'- f --...., : .., 1---
ed a French tout, But It doesn't weather.. ',Do ,'you kiwi'. what ts foot in ,the water. ,, ',, ,' ,. 4., ,r-,, ., .,2 ,t. ,,-.
help. The horSes,always lose-in the, meant by "eat's- ''paw,"! '''',Abra- -11, -you're., acqualiited7- with' ''4 a NI ,, ,
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don't make it." '' ' : ., ,, light: breeze Affecting a small a, ,: ,- t ,' -' !: ,.- '' 4
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ing 'Some of These ,Days' for 48 the surface of a stream.- In some which moistens the tobacco hang- .i .!, ..
years: It's lasted because 1 find localities,, the breeze is only, iden. ing in the sheds and makes it fit '''- ' ..... i G. t ' -.' '- : ''' ,. ',' ;
a new way to.? present .,it every tified -as a Puff- of wind.,,' ,,, for hand'ing and removal. Tobat. J ,, re i ,1
year..";' '''N '' 4. -, -, :. IAbraham's tree",iinot 'a Bibli co, when thus' moistened, is said ' ' .' ' '1,LodelV' '20.'3 16a n ,, '' i ''! ,.
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''''' Ben 'Blue; oPening the 'show. at popular name ,given a' 'cloud form, -In th"' Southe st Whern:Iiia' sr; -1 '' '''. '''' '- 53N: '''-' ''' -- 9'e() ' ''' : I ' ''' '
his night club: "I'd., like to wel- consisting of, an : assemblagre ,.' of rains aere not ainfrequent,,,', thei ', l '-- ..mt -all, 00'11! ', .-- ,t' 'obe,;t.,,1,6 '-'' ''.,1'.5-00 '-''''' m''' '' ' :' r '
' come, Mr, and mrs.'r smith, -, who long -feathers and plumes of dr. sometimes', are ,,, referred tO as "-.0,es '''iec'ttko' ottSbe" ';',.. S, ' '' : : ,.0 : .,:2 -,.'' : ',, :, .- '.' ''
are, celebrating the, 80.th payment ,rus eleuds,"which seem to radiate "cloudbursts" or',"gully washers"' ': .,, 4 1,..k In 'teal r 4-, 1ab .., .'" sf4 -,0,-
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.- Julie Adams,. nixing alt. patient, According to popular .superst1- S.-weather observers 4 r a 1,
understanding. wife' roles,:,s'I'm 'a tion, it's a sign of 'rain; If the base' ''We had a iteavy rain: a fete !. -';,' '9111-1Alle ,,,,,T810 ?"1,,,e..10 ........'. ' .....' :. .'''' '' I
patient, understanding W! I f e at of this cloud has' the appearance day' s ago," one said..r.It was.; not ' '' u'' St j '. 1).C 1 ' t .. ',.. : (I, .2,1,- 8 ... .,, -.
home. When I act, I want to .00 of touching 'a sheet-,of water. ,- an:, ordinary rain.lt was a ''frog '' 0 ',ea ilk ,..
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something differen"." ': ,- ',' ,- ,.: -, ,,,Weathermen,disclos that it ''Is strangler." .4, N ' ;',i -- ' Drg'' el''' '; .- 4 '' ''' '' :
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blond waitress was ,found garrot'; i' the '' finest of" exquisite ." ' -.' ,, , i-- - i',....k, ',.1. ,,. ''', ),- ,,.;; t;
,-, diatrion-dwedding ',-, .. e -,-', '. '. -, '- '' :':' ;14,1,.; ' t 4,. ,,
ted and trussed with' her -, own
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stockings yesterday along lonely, ,, : : , ,,,,,, ', ,, ,: ,' ,' ': ', ; ,,,r- 7 '. : ,,...... Is.
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dead-end ,,road near ',. the Illinois' 1JanCIS ,,,,. ', '. ':, !., !.
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man,' 18year.old daughter., of a T i -'' '. 4.: 5 T. ', ', ' ''q i '' ; ''' ' , . . .
fire captain, apparently WaS sex. I,' 1, '' lv.' I '' ' Ni;
ually' molested, slain.. and dumped '' '.. f, 4. ' t --'.
, : ':,'-''. Y ,,,- '"4' 1 : ' ; ''' '' '' : ' ''''' ';'., , twt.:3,,..:-..., f.'if ,, lar",,,, -11110 ' "'
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out of an automobile down a stx. ,, v ,.., '- 4 Is '' 2 '-
- I ,'.- '-: !4, !, 7' :''...ii. : Ar.r .. !;"!-;.::,::' 1
, foot embankment on "Old Water- ,i,, f ., ,,,X,,- I
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a 1.. i ., 044iztzo. Is. , --'
works .Road"',' at the, north fringe it ri ,, ,
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, She had been 'Missing since she '', k,-..'-' ,.,t,.... te
' left her job at a restaurant Thurs. ; :, ''".!' '
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daV night - l..'..,. f be 'fr : 4 ,,:' -,.'; --"'''' '' '
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O'Brien' said ,one of Miss Hansel ,,1e-T-,42,,,,,,..,-,92,4xy,;r4,0r,,,,,,m. : :., e..
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man's N stockings 1. was knotted ,' t ,....,-, .. 1 1,-10 ,,, e
. r,,,,,..,00,00,,,,,,,,,,,,ztips mg., ,
twice around ler neck ,and she ',!! ,,,-.,' ''''''''''11 !. --dr 1 .. ., 1 : :,. ,
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"apparently w,as strangled,",4',-.. '. 4.- '''
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in front of her chest ,,, .-, -' i , ,, le '- '' ': -':--,.,., -,Nlo&- '-'-:'':':,:
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, There was a' cut over one eye 1 k -,',14-' rl, -, , .., - . , .. ., .
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and a bump On the girl's head, K. ,':1 ...---' ,.., T'":'' '' -- Winnere In Our,,, ,,!, I ',!,,',' .., :,:, 7 : ----1-7'S .,7::','.'
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, lice speculated. that, the wounds ,f' 7 '14), 1.--t
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might have -- been incurred in I '''". ,1
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the leaves and brush where the
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body was found., --,, ..' -" ----,,,,,,.,,,,,..,... ,,, ,
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',Authorities 'said a' medical ex. 't ",'.7,,- ''''":.,-";,'',"!:Yii,i4li.. ' A ,: A' .. I '. :'' '' : ''... '''''. '' b ., ,
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amination showed ;Miss. Hansel- : ,,2,..i';,,,, -,::':i;:,i::,:.'0,',. '' .Z '' Asesai .erruo', ': ,.A. ', ,, .... .,..... ,- --",''' 4,. - ..-, ? ''
man had been sexUally. molested. '' iii .-,:: : Edith Ruli .. : 'I..' '' .' ''''''''' 1
She 'Wag fully clothed,. except' for 1 r.. i.':::gf. faiitig :. ,!.-- 2'.' ,n ,,, ... .! .., -' .:. t liffitalat
' '- I -Floor Planters. 4.- .. 4 .... '''' 4. N ERRS' ''
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hose and shoes, but her under. '-;"-
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, garments were riPPeds',....,- - ,: ,' -',' V14 '":'-::',';',-'-"FT. ' '.. Willard Et, Percy. '''',.----,',. i.'-- :-.- r ;,;::t.-,,,.; 3 flower pots ....;,,.-Y ,-,...'0,.,,,,,-,,!--,,.....- .- ... .. ...-.., ............. I : ... ,.,,......; 4. ., ,. -..,..
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,, .,,, .:''''i.',:; ,,, '2 ..'- Jotepn ,ivicrherson -., ., ,c,' .. .- --. 4 ,--..-, .".... Regular 4.75 ' -,. 'FREE. "Chico'l, di ORO :
. ,.:., .. .... "-- . ....... ;
.: r"rhe bOdy wag found by ,Ilarry : ':-'z .:,i'.:
I .W. Landers,. a horse trainer 'st -- ',....,, r,i-f."',,,r?' :, t ' Ro'szer' Ha' r ., ".. -1-.,-),-.,'' -.
,11 ..' ,, - ,,, (GOLD). STAIVIPS......,
r the fairgrounds,.( as -he and his i .,
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' wild drove to len-. s .' laodlord ;, ,, l'i:-,:',.. '''''''''' -'''''.;-::-,-,:iii,:. 1i: ;'''' ':', lo-riaine Mrtle;ner'..,;i-'' '';..z.',....,,:''''.-...-,, --.:, 1. .;,114'''' '11 -"':,;-...'- '-'''.. -''''''' ., I '' ''... .'' . ' ; I.
about renting an ap.arfment-,7 : r .. A".; --, .:''' i ; ' ''' '' ' I.: ; -," '-, .'' O'N' 't ' '' ,' -r i. '',. ,: 7 ". "s r ..: .,,, ' :
- ',.;.k ''X'ti- .;.,',.. '. -', ' ' ' ,..' .. ,. ob. ,;;- '.. '.. ''' ':'''''.- ; 1 '24' '' '' ? Or Park Safety at 'Skychel"
I miss Hanselmart, was still clad '' ,. ', .. 'if.'",:. z:77:.,.-5:,-:;,:-.-;;;!-'-', .-'! All Sales' Slips' Enclin' gi'',,,-.. 1 ...4'.07,-"' .'-,' ,.. ,1-..- '.: ,..:,.-'';- :',,-'-' ,-,--,,,-:',7,''' --'':''',.'1'..'''' l''',..,'''' :,' ,'','''''' '''..-''''' -rice Parldni Service, ..-.
in the white imiforet she wat be, ,
lieved to-- be 'wearing when she ,,,: ,:i,-, ' ,' 's ', in 4' w bn ,-- --" (stp.,' - --. -.
quit' work Thursday night, Be, ,''-'- il' !--:',..-1- ;,"!A ';'''' ' ' ' "- ----
, -, ,,,- :. ,- ,- DOUBLE '';.OHECKr1101.11k$ ..'-.. .. , .,
k neath it Wall a yellow sweater
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purse, y ng near jr,,:.,con. .,-; ., ---,-, -, - ,',, -.,.,-- 1. -,. ., -.. : ,- :
i tained $7 in small :change. ; -,,, ,:, -, '.., ,,..2'.-, ..v. FREE- Chico..,,,,
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de' ORO sTAmps i 7 ;.-,, i ,
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1 employes of the restaurant. He '''' -i' '''.--.:' : ,:..-,-';',S,'- .1--- -" ---L, ' ' ',
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i said Mary Jane' had "no boy '. 1 -., :!t -4,i's,i --.-, --.--:-f: -----1 - -27-7-- 1
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1 friends in the city so far as-we .1,,:.r. j:''' ; ''''--,'"-:'! :,;-- ----------i----- --,-----------------'--- - '-------- 10-07 ,t -,-;.0110.- teem ure an ome (ernes eng tore :
. know" and there were "ne defi. ,,;.'-'-.,..,,' -- ,-'''5 :':::', P'',' -13-47: al 1,,,4' ,, ., 7 -, L.,,, ,..0 ,...- ,. -
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- -Police investigated reports thst "-.4-0--- ,--,...
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residents of the sparsely settled t,, ...I.,: -: ..7 ,. -' ,"- :, .. .. ClUr ''
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COSTA RICA PRESIDENT-ELECT AND MRS. tCHANDI
RETURN TO SAN JOSE AFTER TWO-DAY STATE VISIT
The President-elect Costa Rica and Mrs. Marie Echan Echandi
di Echandi returned to San Jose today after a two-day state visit
studded with social events.
' Last evening they were guests of honor at a cocktail
Party given by the Ambassador of Costa Rica in Panama
, and Mrs. Jorge Leaks at the Embassy residence. Guests
, included members of the Diplomatic Corps and government
officials. - -
- Earlier in the day they were feted at tluecheoLtendfrr
ed by Clete and Mrs. Gonzalez.
At a brilliant affair held at the Union. Club Saturday
night, the Echandis were honored al a reception given by
- President Ernesto de la Guardia and the First' Lady 44
Panama.

Mary Ann Hannigan's
, Engirt Wilit Announced 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ji3seph C. Han Hanningan
ningan Hanningan of Balboa ounce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Mary
Ann. to Mr. Robert Allen Madoono
of Le Idngt(111, Mass. Miss Hannin Hanningan
gan Hanningan is a graduate of Niagara Un Unwersity
wersity Unwersity College of Nursing and
Vesently is employe in Bostol,
Mr. Madoone is a graduate of
, the Arlington Vocational School
, and is employed'by the Le XingtOn
LitildSCaPe Service. The wedding
is planned for June 34 at St. Bri Bri.
. Bri. tild's Catholic Church in Laing LaingMax
Max LaingMax Varon Guest Speaker
At Reception Observing
tedopendonco Of Israeli
A.Max Varon, Consul General of
tared in New York, arrived by
plane yesterday. He was guest
, speaker at a reception last even evening
ing evening given by members of the
Jewish congregations and societ societ'
' societ' les in Panama.
'The affair was held in the Bal Bal.
. Bal. boa Room of Hotel El Panama
IlLiton in celebration of the tenth

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PANAMA 2-2904

MAKE FRIENDS

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,kEEP your voice jow when you
are In a publiE place. The the per
son who talks is such a loud voice
that everyone. in the same room
, is forced to listen to his conver
sation:
i This doesn't' impress the Audi
ence with your importance on,
, 1y with your lack of breeding.

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calpl.fitifira

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'. Used atter liferY ,,
change. Mexant ...,i,,,:,,c,
.; prevent: beat tasb,
chafe and piling, otrAI
too. Absorbent
cornstarcb base
- dings elm. keep TOWEt
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baby fresh, cow. ., ,.
&ruble. ' t 1-,1--'

Meditated Menne Skin Cream helps heal
painful swam& its gentle lanolin smootits
sod Nteteepset hands. aom

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HIBUERAS
YAQUE
ULUA
10111BUERAS

.

anniversary of the Independence
ot Israel;
, su''
Ambassador To sicuador
Visiting' In Panama
The Ambassador of P.anatna in
Ecuador, (Moeda Faorega, arm!.
ed in Panama recentiy ,or a visit.

Mr. Fred Gfrhardt
Honored By Cathearal
, Mr. Free Gerharat,f who had
served as a member of the Catn.
earal of St. Luke and was cave J
in other parish organizations aur.
ing his residence on the IStnintIS
was honore at 'morning lervites
at the CathedraCiesterup. He
was honored at morning services
of merit in behalf of the Catnearal
Tribute also was paid to tars.
Gernerat iOr her active particip participation
ation participation in parish activities:- The 'Ger
hardts and their children, Bobby
land Liane, -wW,leavoi tomorrow
ir Maracaibo, Venezuela,. where
they will make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs, Wakkor
Eniortain At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs., George Walker of
Cocoli entertained friends at a
cocktail-buffet dinner:: -SaturdaY
evening as. house warming at
their new quarters. Among the 80
guests irom both sides of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus were:
Mrs. Walker's brother in law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. Do-,
nald Humphrey of Coco Solo,and
Mr. Walker'S sisters and broth.
ers.in.law Mrs. Blanche McIntyre
and Mrs. A. Rankin of Balboa
and Mrs. and Mrs. Isaac Sasso LI
the Atlantic side. 4
(';
Noylo Thoriault 4 ,
Visit Paritnts
Ney:e Theriault tie Washington.
D.C. was the weekend guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raul
Theriault of Ancon, while in route
to Venezuela. I ,,

Great White Meet

' Miss Linda Relmann
to Wed Bob Morris
1 ',,Mr. and Mrs. Framis A. Rei-
- mann of Curundu, announce the
1 engagement of their daughter,
1 Linda, to Bob Morris, son of Mr.
- and Mrs. Wilfred Morris of Bal-
' boa.
- Miss Reimann attends De Paul
- University in Chicago and will
receive her BA in Political Sclen.
. ce in June. Mr. Morris is a stud stud;
; stud; ent at Bradley Univ.rsity in Peo PeoIlia,
Ilia, PeoIlia, Illinois, and will graduate
this year. His studies were con concentrated
centrated concentrated on Business Aminis.
tration.
Both Linda and Bel attended
the. Canal Zone Junior Colege in
1953-54. No date has been set for
wedding, :
Ambassador, Mrs. Alloerin
Leave For LIS, Argentina
IF The Ambassador in Panama of
Argentina and Mrs. Samuel All Allperin
perin Allperin left by plane Saturday for
the United States and later will
Igo to Argentina-A number of fes festive
tive festive social affairs in their honor
were giyen prior to' their depart.
ure. t

Miscellaneous Shower
Foos Miss Soo Prior
Mrs. John Kirk of Las Cumbres
entertained at a Iniseelianeous
shower at her Mune Saturday
morning in honor of Miss Sue
Prier whose marriage will take

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FRUIT COMPANY

New Orleans Service , .,-, 1, Arrives
- ,- Cristobal
,
ULM May 3
,
HIBUERAS May 10
ItAQUE May 11
1013LIJA 4 May 24
10111BUERAS N 11' I ay 31
i
Also Handling Refrige'rated and Chilled ;Citrga
,

Arrives

New York Service cestobal
t k
SAN JOSE Ape! 21
'METAPAN ''''.?' '' May 5
N)L1MON ..; I May 12
HEREDIA . . . y 1.0 oiONt V May 19
ESPARTA ...., ,...,..,....... . ... ..'...May 21
PARISIENA ,.;............,..,... June 2
,
COMATAGUA .... .......... fylit eaj,,.. .4Junet 9
IErNIOR ...;.... .. b.... . .......... ....... . .. .. ..Tune 16

Weekly sailings of tlilelve passenger Ships to 'New
york, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San FrIncisco
and Seattle.

srEcum ROUN'D TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New Fork and Return $240.00
To Los A,ngeles and San 'Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return . .... S365.00

TELEPHONES:

150x 1341
Panama

place in thi near future.. Thirty
guests attended the party.
,
Margarita. Bridge Games
Scheduled This Evening
AN1 bridge players are Wilted
to the regular weekly bridge
games to be played at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Center this evening
at 7;13- Members o- the 'armed
servicea are specially welcome.
For further information, call,Mrs.
Hayden Jones at 3,1892.
Mrs.' Gladys Freeman
Hostese-At Luncheon 4
Mrs. Gladys Freeman wai host
ess Thursday at a luffet luncheon
held at her home Li honor of Mrs.
Alvina Eglington, Mrs. Grace
Price and Mrs. Dorothy Briel who
are leaving in June with their
families aboard the 1.ISNS Goeth.
els. , ''
The hostesses et the luncheon
were Mrs. Gladys Freeman. and
Mrs. Leona Badonsk). Aiso pres present
ent present vvere Mesdames Hannah Syl
vestee, Ruth Gussick, Marcella
Carpenter,: Henir Skeie, Gertrude
Smouse., Hilda Myers, Mary
Stindt,Eleanor Connor, Anne
Beckley, Jonnie Feltd,- Faye
Ruoff, Dorothy Willenbrock, He,
len Saarinen, Lucille Drew and
Hazel Blades. ,, ',. .,..
, Each of the departing A ladies
was presented with i Hummel fig figurine.
urine. figurine. .. , 1,
Gala Dance Planned '
,At Hotel Washington ''',- 7'
The Soroptimist International
1Club o', tolon will hold a gala
dance' Friday, May 16 from 9 p.m.
to 3 a.m. at the Hotel Washington,
Music will be furnished by Lucho
Azcarraga. ,

Catholic Daughters',
Communios Breakfast
Court Sancta Maria, No-. 447, of
the Catholic Daughters of Ameri America,
ca, America, is sponsoring a corporate com communion
munion communion and breakfast to be held
next Sunday MeMberr and guests
will attend mas- and receive
Holy communion in a body at the
7:30 mass at Sacred Heart Chapel
in Ancon and breakfast will follow
at the Tivoli Guest House.

- All Catholic women and their
Ot teen.age daughters are invited.
The speaker at the breakfast will
be Miss 'Marilyn Flynn who is
associated with the handicapped
)11. program of the Canal Zone school
of syttem.
tol Reservations mby be made
until noon Friday by calling Bal.
t
oa J617i, 1589, 1373 or Curundu
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Bebe& Wenients Club
Beard Of Directors
Will Meet Wednesday
The' Board of Directors of the
Baloa ,Womban'S Club will meet
on WetItinsday -at 9, a.m. at the
1.1S03WB on La Robe Road.

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tech notice for Inclusion In thus
1
column should be suhmitted
Noe-written form and mailed so
the box number listed daily in 'So'
ajar and Otherwise." or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot he accepted by
tolephone.
Hospitality Committee
Will Meet ,ToMoerow
Tha Hospitality Committee 01
Club will meet at 10 a.m, tomor
row at the home 01 Mrs. J:J.
llarino, Calle ouse 26, Bella
Vista. ,

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IQuerfets Society
Meets Tonight
The Society for the Prreserva.
tion and Encouragement of Bar.
bershop Quartet Singing in Ameri.
ca, Inc. el I hold its regularomeet.
ing tonicht at 7:3Q in the Agewood
,Bohlo in Panama., There' is a spe.
cis' need for basses but all men
who tenloy, close harmony singing

are Invited to tome and blend a

few chords:

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IN SPACE RACE7--Fay Gar.
gano looks like she's all set to
get in the raciiinto space as she
!displays her neuil "Explorer
hairdo inspired by the first US.
satellite.: She's mdeling her ,'
towering top et the 38th interv.,
TlationalleaUtrShlArirrile
:York, where it was unveiled as
one of the new lgeelestial line"
nt hair stvlet. How about those ,,

upholstered eyebrows? I

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FOURTH ANNUAL 110t SCOUT CHARTER 'DINNER 'AT sT. LUKE'S ...'The EishOp'S' TroPhy,- a silver Boy Scout statuette, was presented by the Et; Rev.' I .,
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R. Heber Gooden, Bishop of.the Pinama Canal Zone, to Sebut Robert U. Sch lilts. ...IL: at the reant awaras dinner at the Cathedral. of st, Luke In Ancon...
Floyd R. Johnson representing, the Canal Zone Council SOL'. Boy Scouts of A merica, presented the year's charters for Troop 5 -apd Post 5, The CatheOral;.4 '1.;
' also sponsors Cub Pack 5. Special guests included Mrs. Gooden, Dean and Mrs. Mainert J. Peterson; MrL Hugh M. A.inold and Daniel O. DanielsLt. ,Col.,, Ss,;-::-;
'Robert a Brown gave the principal address of the evening, "what It Means T0 Be An Eagle Scout." .-. ,' , , ,. ,-,, ., :, .,,;,,, ,.. : ,,. ,. .,,,,'.,.
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By VICTOR A. HERR
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy t
(1809-1847) wrote few symphonies
but two of them still enjoy undi,. t
minished popularity the A min:
or, called Scottish, and the A maj.
or,called Italian. It is the latter I
that the New York Philharmonic
will perform -tomorrow nigh t.
Symphony No., 4 in A Major.
In the Italian Symphony ,Men ,Mendelssohn
delssohn ,Mendelssohn was able to free himself
to a considerable degree himi the
song lyricism which constructed
his freedom of action in his prey.
ious symphonies. The rushing first
movement exhales real symphonic
spiritt While not penetrating to un unfathomable
fathomable unfathomable depths, this is one of
the most accomplished ymphonie
movements of the romantic era.
Although Mendelssohn licked to
the giant Beethoven for inspira inspiration
tion inspiration in his symphonic endeavors,
he was of 'a different period. In
his first symphonies there is evi evident
dent evident the struggle, of the -romantic
and the classic which la never re resolved.
solved. resolved. In this opening movement
of the FAIrth, the clsslc sets the
style 'and the form, but the spir spirit,
it, spirit, the essence; is romantic.
Mendelsqnhn here achieves the
mastery of romantic revelation
ttrough the symphony. The' sec second
ond second movement is a large orches orchestral
tral orchestral ballae, noble in tone and reli
gious ,;n4lavor. The third, glove glovement,ttitough
ment,ttitough glovement,ttitough often thought 'of aS
a classical minuet, is actually a

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'w- '' o- rki----. Philhar mon' ic ',Concert
IL HERR This work in G major must be reminiscent of an ancient rite, The
, consi.-erc,4 ,tiong wi-it ins concer. third movement allows the per,
hn Bartholdy to in D major for the left hand in forming-, artist an opportunity of
ew symphonies hs much ae he wonted at them displaying his virtuosity. TWQ prin.
ill enjoy undi. together. The one for two hands cipal themes ore stated, the first
' .. the A min: ((xi he regardea as a oiverasse- by the plane and the se,cond by
and the A mai, ment, but then, as ,he tells. us, It the borns and trumpets. In the fi
is it the Mozar.ean manner, it not nale of ,the movement the two l lin
in lin the idiom of the eighteenth cen. deas rombine or contend for su
wrow n I g h t.
El t pi sh itihh ea r ml sotnt ei cr
tury, ano he tiecieeo tnat the word premacy, -excitement increasing
concer,o would best describe, it. to the end. -
The work is classical and not
i A Major.
, gavel has often been placed in
ymphony ,Men ,Menimpressionistic
impressionistic ,Menimpressionistic ano it was wil his the shadow of Debussy and as such
to free himself
most exacting efforts. There is al.
eoncertos that he put lora Ai i s the nierit of the composer has suf.
tepee front the
fered. Truth' has it that many of
:h constructed
mysterious, a flavor that is very the ideas of Ravel led the way
ion in his prey.. so a flavor which is modal ; end
evident in the works of o,ber im- for other Imoressionists. .,".
he rushing first
ressionists, notably Debussy. 1 mission the
, Following the inter
real symphonic
orchestra will play ,Qopland's Spit
netrating to un. P
, this is one of l' 1 ) ' ''. ., 3 PhonY No. 3- ',,p,,:..1-" ; .'' ',-
There is' today a -virile and ins insshed
shed insshed symphonic The concerto Is4ritten in three mensely active group of cbmpos.
romantic era.. movements which follow tempo.
ers in the United States. T h e is e
inspira concerto., The first is Allegramen Allegramenssohn
ssohn Allegramenssohn licked to wise, the dictateie of the classica come from various backgrounds
en for
and show '' different tendencies:
onic endeavors, te, the second Adagio Assai and
Tent period, In the -third; Presto, The first theme some of them are conservatives,
es there is evi. of the first mtivement is stated by others lean rathe, heavily to the
of the -romantic the piccolo while the piano is glo- musical, left: some are romantic,
Ich is never re. rYing in 'establishing modal tomtit. others neoclassic,.
!Ping movement tY. The theme is passed on to the It '
oger Sessions ,sums.up the I.
cl,ssic sets the trumpets while Strong and -inter, denis of the neoelassic group:
.
e, but the spit esting rhythms are being whiPped I'Y
romantic. tiP among harp, strings and a e ttilunger men are dreamibg of an
n rely diglrent kind of tousle--
re achieves the single trombone. The second them, af music which derives its power
intic revelation enters in an andante three-four rom forms besuirful and signifi signifiphony.
phony. signifiphony. The' sec- .robe. In the cadenza both themes eRnt hv virtue- of Inherent music,
a large orches. are recapitulated. , ,
,, .:,... altt weight rather than intensity of
in tone and reit-, ,, -....'. ':-, ", 1;0 erantece;,- a lrausie' whose I
,mper.,
lie third. raove. ,' Tile, second. movem6t is c'arrled and Selfofficioney pre prem
m prem thought ,of iis Primarily by the piano; the theme cliVi th
,t, is actually a , : i e e, exotic; which' takes its
, r, , . . r--- moulse from the realities of a
h precedes iVien. , passionate logit; which, in the au,.
ricinal and per (11C1' ' ''''
au .., thentic freshness -afrom the
s next DI con conthe
the conthe airy' seller, ,, ...tka 1 -,i crete
. ,,,,, . ., preoccupations of life, 'grist 'grist,
, 'grist, ,1 - es rather to contribute for d 1
le A" motor sym HA( Elrnefl iplara ,,
14,7; A.- Innitn.... ti. nil IN sign ord' d ti m' e e.
. e. ,,, er an a,Visio of harmo,

a classicat, minuet, is actually
fine scherzo 'whi,ch Precedes Men.
delssohn's, most original and pen,
sonal treations,,, the airy' seller,
zos.
The finale of the A maior sym
phony is a wild Italian saltarel saltarello,"
lo," saltarello," an energetic peasant dance
which resembles in many respects
the tarantella. This movement is
symphonic literature, written with
the greatest orchestral virtuosity.
The work waslfirst performed in
London, May 13,1133 although Men
delssohn found the inspiration in
, The second number on the pro profirarn
firarn profirarn is Ravel's Concerto in G
Maier for Piano and Orthestra.!
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937), along
with Claude Debussy and Manuel
de FAR, is one ef rearm comnos comnosers
ers comnosers who make up the Impression
istic School that had snch a pro profound
found profound influence on art in the lat latter
ter latter nineteenth and early twentieth
centuries. The school was a con contemporary
temporary contemporary ,revolt Against the tra traditional
ditional traditional "high art" of' the middle
nineteenth century. hedged as 'it
was with strict rules and. limiting
tradition.

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ROME RIP) A confidence
mon posing as the Sheikh of Ku..
wait was arrested here yesterday
while trying to draw $168,000 from
the bank account of the real 1
Sheikh.
The man confessed 'he had al alriady
riady alriady cashed WO 000 -ht Nurem Nuremberg,
berg, Nuremberg, Germany', "-police said. The
money was recovered.
,,Police were trying to ascertain
the true identity of the arrested
man, who speaks several languag languages
es languages fluently. ,
The man, who checked in at a
Rome hotel three days ago under
the name of Said, Abdul Salal,
confessed to an elaborate scheme
to lay hands on the money of Ab,
dullah Al Salem Al Sabih, Sheikh
of the oil-rich state of 'Kuwait in
the Persian Gulf, police said.
'He sdid he recently called at
the British Bank of the Middle
East in London, where the real
Sheikh has a ,large account.
The man produced a forged
passport identifying himself as
the Sheikh, and ordered $140,000
from the account transferred to a
Nuremberg bank,. and $168,000
more to the Banco di Roma in,
Rome. Bank officials fulfilled his
order, the man said.. f
A few days later, he flew to
Nuremberg and withdrew the
money transferredtheri. He then
came IA Rome End tried to cash
the money transfered here. !-
But nolice at the Banco di Ro Roma
ma Roma askod to check bis pRssnort

L'I "I"'"'' B ''""' s ...... .. --..' 4 .44' 4..e.4...L.2:mmooli, .9114 ,.
more to the Banco di Roma in,
Rome. Bank officials fulfilled his
Drder, the Mall said.. f ', Edward A. Solomons. USNO, f,
THREE HATTERRear Adm.'
A few days later, he flew to pacific t Fleet Service Force i
Nuremberg and withdrew the commander for the past three, t
money transferred 'there'. He then
came IA Rome End tried to cash ryears, this summer will aisume ,4
the "three Itat" job as Como,
the money transfered here. !-
But nolice at the Banco di Ro- mender, Hawaiian Sea Frontier.
'Commandant, 14th Naval Dis..
ma askod to check bis passnnrt trict, and Commander Naval
and found at once that 'it If's Base, Pearl Harbor, according'
, $ '"". Ile was arrested and the to,a Navy announcement jrom
money founkitat illfrzsession was,
aciNd. i Pearlo-Harborr.Solomont.andw
.Police said' the 'man had ''''''plan: i his wife'will spend a brief'
ned to leave Rome immediately I leave in e 1 a e .,
after cashing! the money. In his th t t s before he
assumes his new posts in June.

Ile was arrested and the
money founaXilift)zsession wt!a,
'
Police said the iron had plan.
ned to leave Rome immediately
after cashing the money. In his
pockets they found a hooking for
a plane leaving Jn the afternoon
for Beirut. Lebanon.

(ZIC's next Nay
hailarned Share
Of Adjecfives

-So (hat one might develop a mu.
DI Adjectives
sical frame of reference for listen.
ing to Conland. here is a list of
- composers made up by Copland.
The stage play, "T.ove Is Vern. lie divides them into:
al," to be riven by the Cnnnt Zone A): The older generation of
Junior College at the ,Diablo "Young"- composers,' namely (4u.
enberg, Iyes, Jacobi Morris, Rieg.
Heights Theater on Wednesdav,
Anril 30, has weleorned the ger and Ruggles and 03) A con
acriptive adjectives, "unusual," temporary generation of ,,t1 e w
"distinctive," and !'-different.", 4.. composers, including Copland, An-.
. Blitzstein, Sessions,Nir gil
The story is that of Mary Todd, Thomnson, Randall Thompson, Pis.
the girl who msrried Abraham Lin ton, Ilarris and Still. ,
coin 20 years before he -becamo The Conl2nd Symnhonv presents
President of the United States, and a wonderfnl onnortunity to be.
the title is taken from the words como familiar 'with enntemnorarv I
which Lincoln bad engr,ve4 in. musical concenta rotative to
side the wedding' band which he thvthm, tonality and thematic em.
gave to her at the marriage in bellishment.1
1042. n
The loci)! colleoe Produetion of PUY, PUcglalf VAefINE
"Love Is Eternal." usiog the Roth ThliDON (UP) Britons of.
Sergel draniati,n'ion of the trylpg flicted with multin'e sclerosis pre
Stone novel, will be an imnression. boving vaerine from the ,Soviet
istic. table nreeoction Of the sto Union' at- $7,0 4p shot ip hopes of
ry. The cast At 30 will bc dressed being cured. the, ',London news.
in robes similar to those wnrn by loner Peynolds News soid vestor.
a chorus or a choir, except with day. The newsponer raid it 'an.
color highlights. pears to have worked .in some
caoos. The vacoineo, rnsode front a
Variations of the me'bods used rabies virus extracted from rats,
by Charles tanehton, by Kather. was first advertised in theSnYiet
ine Cornell, by Stuort Walker.aani, embassy powsnaner -here, ,T h e
by Kelly Yeaton will annear thf PritV, treslth ,IVliniotru described
"one night stand" of the plaY the effectiveness of the vaccine
as 4"doubtful."
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The stage play, "Love Is Etern Eternal,"
al," Eternal," to be riven by the Cnnnt Zone
Junior College at the ,Diablo
Heights Theater on Wednesdav,
Anril 30, has well-earnnd the (I,-
seriptive adjectives, "unusual,
"distinctive and ,",different.", -1

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LIFE-LIKE--A, huge pOrtiait' Of Pope Pius: kn. toi,ers over 1
, the Pontiff 'Odd, Beottish Daint4r teonard Boden, 47, who tre treated
ated treated theartiazirigl life-jike,wOrk. civet a perlod,s4'1Wq year4oL'
: The Pope posed for :this Igst7rOleased photo last summer at the 1,
papal reidence' in tastelgandollo. Hoden, a Protestantoaid,
',His Holiness js a marvelous f,

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WHEN,TINO FEETAVIAKE A YARDMark Grundman, of
Vincennes, Ind., seems to be coming and going as he models a,,.
:pair of giant-'size shoes which Were custeni' rnade by his.,.,
grandfather,,M. Grundman, for Franklin Ritdhie of Centerf
ville, Ind, The shoes,size 20 EE;measure 16 by 514 inchevl
It takes a big man to fill shoes like these. but Ritchie tan do,'
, it. One of the biggest men 'in Indiand, lie stands seven, feet'.,-
,,tall and weighs 385 pounds., ,' '

I Amax v uu,
I8rael in New Yori
plane yesterday. lit
, speaker at a recept
ing given by meml
Jewish congregation
.les in Panama.
1 :The affair was be
boa Room of Rote
Tinton in celebratio
,
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,,,,ui wa .kso.1, itc put, loL Lu u 1 8 r.- .f.-1,:' 'tt..-:c -w'k.1-!L f'"..7;t ,',. ',,,, 'z. ,,,
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, Opetukci at, a .so,-t'w,. --- fhe 011131C mu De turnisneci ey LUCII0 to a considerable degree from trie
most exactin efforts. There is al- Tered. TrILII nas it mat many ',,,-,,,,, -, ...
ing given by members of Azcarraga. , song lyricism which constructed g .
the ideas of Ravel led the way , , it; , ,0
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Jewish congregations and societ. Mr. and Mrs, Waikor
Entertain At Dinner
Catholic Daughters', ious symphonies. The rushing first mysterious, a flavor that is very
evident in the warks of oJter im for other Imbressionists. , -,4,,.....,
, his freedom of action in his Prey. so a flavor which is modal ; snd . ,, ,, I., ,,,,
.
' les in ?enema. Mr. and Mrs., George Walker of
, 1
1 Th ff 'r was held in the Bat Bat1
1 Bat1 e a au Cocoli entertained triends at s a Communios Breakfast : s movement exhales real symphonic
ressionists, notabl Debussy.. .1 Following the intermission the ' ,,,.., -.!,
orchestra will play Copland's Syin 12' 's, '. ;,,,,,
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I boa Room of Hotel El enema
P d -S t d
cocktail-buffet inner, a ur aY Court Sancta Maria, No-. 447, of spiriti While not penetrating to un- P Y
- h N 3 '-th -0-- ''' a
' Hilton in celebration of the tenth the Catholic Dau hte
evening as. house 1 warming at g rs of Ameri- fathomable depths, this is one of ; -, ... , P onY 0. ,,,p, ,... ., ,,, ,, .1,,
' Th Concerto Ish'w-frinttewn int three
There is' today a -virile and im. 4 ,
,
, ca, is sponsoring a corporate com, the most accomplished Symphonic.
mensely active group of cbmpos. ,-" ,' .,
........,,- their new quarters. Among the 80
0 wise the dictateeie otf) t7le emP'. ers in the 'United States. T h e s e 4 ''' 1
t ,.
: ------"T:A guests irom both sides of the isth- nmuapsnu adnd illitiesicif3ast todbe held 'movements of the romantic erat. moveements Whi
earnsd an thAelthjalth Ireeettignevl sesnoh classics
' I. lilt& , mus were:
wei II a t tnenadY m ae Is! rgeeceeytes norlloknsedi
conce'rto The first is Allegramen come from '' various backgrounds
f i p ra- - I ,. ,
0-. Mrs Walker's brother hi I
. aw
and show '' different tendencies: A ,, - .. 'I,
vjAmth mem B Do
ne and sister Mr. and Mrs. ..,
,Plu'u' riwrriluse h f C S I d I :"
Holy communion in a body at the tion in his symphonic endeavors, te, the second Adagio Assai and
mass at Sacred Heart Cha
nald Hump rey o co o o,an pel he was of 'a different period. In 11
t et-third; Presto, The first theme some of them are conservatives,
,
others lean retie,. heavily to the 4 ...; 's,'-,-.. ---, '' ,,-, ,,),, ,
, in AtICOn. and breakfast will follow his first symphonies there is evi. RI he first meyement is stated by
Mr. Walker'S sisters and broth- musical, left: some are romantic, ,.-V2',41(L, ' '', 's.' -;"",,,,'' ' ' ,0 ;,,, ,,
' '' ers-in.law Mrs. Blanche McIntyre at the Tivoli Guest House. dent the struggle, of the -romantic In
r einPleelo ,w1131ile the piano is elo
----.- others neoclassic,. 'F' ''''''' "nlw'''''''''' ''',,'''''''''''''''"''''''''''''' l'''''' ''' '''('''' : s ,-'' ..' 'I ,. '4
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' Mrs A Rankin of Balboa ----" '': --- ' and the classic which is never re. Y g in este lishing modal tonal'. LIFE-LIKEA, huge piirtialt of Pope 'Pius XII' towers over I, ...., 0
, , ,, iA-t,..... and .
, i ,.. -, ;,- 7r., and Mrs. and Ars. I All Catholic women and their Solved In this onetonc1 -Movement tY. The theme Is passed on to the Roger Sessions sums up the I- the Pontiff
saac Sasso ot
and Scottish paint4r Leonard Boden, 47. who tre-- c ,: ?
teen-age daughters are invited. of the FAIrth the cisssic sets the
' t ump t WI t d t
r e s w i e s rong an in er- denls of,' the neoctiassic f ' ' lod -f t ti '-
.-- .i 0-- 't the Atlantic side. , , group. ated the' amazingly life-like, work ever a per ,s ,. wo ye. rso:. ;
if
, A ti h th
''t .,. The speaker at the breakfast will style Aind the form, but Abe spit es ng r--Y--mS sre being Whineed "Younger men are dreamihg of an The Pope posed for thiS Just-released photo last summer at ihe ,
.
1'4 Nayle Thoriault ..
, , '. -, be Miss 'Marilyn Flynn who is it, the essence,' is romaatie. ,, up among harp, strings and a entirely di4olrent kind of Mate-- papal residence' in Castelgandollo. ftoden a Protestant said, : s 4
: poor Visit Parents associated with the handicapned Mendelsqnhn here achieves the single trombone. The second themc a music which derives its r 4
powe "His Holiness is a m4rvelous sitter.," ,- , ,. ,.:, t :,,,
t dfal 'oil AI Ney:e Theriault tie Washington. enters in an andante three four f
program of the Canal Zone scheol mastery of romantic revelation 1, rom forms beatthful and signifi. '
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-- --- --------, -- ---"ii"- ',1,i17--- ,rebe. In the ca-denza both themes cent by Yu.' tuneenolfrlitnuhteraenndt srnigenstifel; r ''-
.,.....- .,,,,v-,,,,,,, Li 0111 LEK' rT1 S
. . ,
ttrough the symp oey. e sec secare,,recapitulated.
are,,recapitulated. secare,,recapitulated. , ,,,,., ',- ,., : al weight ,rathee than intensity of
' I I i k 'lila "OW .n, D.C. was the weekend guest of Y la -
, Reservations rnby be made ond movement is it large' orches..
- t ill l'r VP --, L his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raul
,f Milt
until Aeon Friday by calling Bal. tral ballad, noble in tone and rell,--,- ,. -, , ,- : ,,-' utterance4, a ,niusicwhose. imper,
0 Tee second, movement is carried sonelit and,leelf-ufficioney pre,
, 1 .F,
'1 Th ri It of Ancon while in route
, e au
to vonozoola. Ira 1617,,, 1589, 13,78 ,or Curundu gious An 41avor. The third, ip ve- . -, t, . ,
Iv ene piano, the theme elude the,. exotic; which takes ,its , r -.,,,,
, ii 184. e ment,Attoogh often thought 'of es P11110113'
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o----- a dassical ',minuet, Is actually; a ,' -, -,,"--77,7-7-- r-----."--r impulse from the realities of a i
, , t $ ,i,1 .i.,,,, Miss Linda Relmann
t, ,, Bebe& Woniants Club fine scherzo 'whtch Preeedes Men- , .,-.,
- - passionate legit', which in the-au. ,,,,I, '1 , 1,
, t
' .. '' 1 '. '' to Wed Bob Morns ,
,kEEP your voice Jew when you ,,.Ate., and Mrs.' Franeis A. Rei. Beard Of Directors delssohn's. most original and per.
W,..ill Meet Wednesday 11 1 thentic- freshnest -afrom the, con con,
, con, 0 e .',i crete nreoccupations of life,-triv.
C s next Play --, -,,,
, ,,
., ,
are In a publit place. The the per mann of Curundu, announce the sonal ereations,,,, the airy' seller, C,,,
,
' , i -. ' I '- es rath o
n't:ne Board of Directors of the zos. '. ,,, , ifi - - -... -,,, er, t contribute form, de- ; j
ho talks is such a loud voice engagement of their daughter,
som se
a oa ,Iirnomban'e Club will meet The finale -of the A" malor sym. a(tarned vlare ign, order and ?isiori of harmo- 1 ,
.
that' everyone. in the same room Linda, 'to Bob Morris, son of Mr. 15 1
,
,ts forced to listen to his conver.. and Mrs. Wilfred Morris of Bal. an VP" neday ,-at 9, a.m. at the phony is a wild Italian "saltarel- , 11e
,
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. It with your lack of breeding. receive her BA in Political Scien. 1, ,, r svmphontc literature, written with ,,. -, - composers 'made up by Copland. t 1
' ' ce in June. Mr. Morris is a stud- 6, ) '"''.i i the greatest orchestral virtuosity. The stage play, "T,ove Is Vern, He divides them into: , i-';
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' la wedding, : the hoz number listed daily in'So with Claude Debussy and Manuel
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coin 20 ears before he becamti The Contend Symnhony presents e'",;',-..., '','-',-.,f,';',',','Z'';'''',..,:'-'; 1- ., '-' al ,,; '' --' 'i, ''''1
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Leave For U.S. Argentina meetings cannot be accogtod by istic School that had slich a pro- -
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C The Ambassador in Panama Of talePhoec '
Argentina and Mrs. Samuel All- found influence on I
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FOURTH ANNUAL BOY SCOUT CHARTER DINNER 'AT sT, LUK
- R.. Heber Gooden, Bishop Of-the Panama-, Canal Zone,. to St,.tit Rooert Isr, Bch nitz. jr.: it the recznt awaros dinner' at the ,ckathedral of St, Luke in Ancon.-,;:
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, Floyd R. johnson representing, the Canal Zone Council 8014'. Boy Scouts of A merles, presented the year's charters for Troop 5.-apd post 5,, The cathedral. ;,..,1, t ". t
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By VICTOR A. HERR This work in G maJor must be I reminiscent of an ancient rite, Thel I ('

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Felix Mendelssohn --.Bartholdy to in D major for the left hand in forming-, artist an opportunity of i ,--1,, ,- I
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sailings of tWelve passenger ships to 'New I more to th'e Banco di Roma in, '---
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, CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: get in the raciinto SOaCe SS shel Banco di Bo mander, Hawaiian Sea Frontier.' ,
'Commandant, 14th Naval Dis-
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and found at OnCe that 'it If's
' To Los Angeles and San Francisco and hairdo, inspired by the first US.
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- Returning from Los Angeles .. .. e $270.00 1 satellite.: She's modeling her .. $ t, Ile was arrested and the
, To Seattle and Return S365.00 i towering top at the 38th Inter- money found in his nossession was
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:York, where it wa .
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leave in the states before he ,
' s''. ' of hair styles. How about those after cashing the money. in his assumes s new pos s n une. A , ,
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LONDON (UP)The Western
Allies consulted hastily yesterday
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inclUding Communist Poland and
Czechoslovakia in pre,,summit ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations amid fears it would
throw a new roadblock in the
, way of an early top-level confer conference.
ence. conference. (
" Officials, however, the possibill
ty that the new Soviet move ul ul,
, ul, timately might lead to a compro.
mise through diplomatic "horse "horsetrading."
trading." "horsetrading." ,
Under such a trade, the fn.,
eels predicted, the Wet would
'H reluctantly accept Russis's new
terms for including two satellite
representatives in exchange for
Moscow agreement to discuss the
substance. of malor EastWest is issues
sues issues in the pivliminary,
- The United States, Britain and
, France had insisted on such a
substantive discussion along,
but the Itussians had persistently
refused.

Nofe Contained Hint
,
, (Rut the rtew Soviet note deliv.
ered to Wettern envoys Saturday
contained an apparent hint that
, the Russians 'Were ready for the
first time to 1 ro- '-n the basis of
ambassador, to inelitde an
- exchange of oi u ,,,ns on the sum.
rnit agenda.
It said that the ambassadors in
their Moscow talks "could engag-e
in exchange of OHM on some
, of .the questions which the parties
are proposing to include in -the
summit agenda with the aim 'of
clarifying the xpediency of includ.
ing this or that question."

presidents of the 12 Federal'Ile.
Serve :banks cautioned Congress
yesteray against doing ,t'too
much too soon" to combat,,A, the
business recession. They said
such action might spark new -14.
flationary fires.
- The bankers gave their views in
a survey conducted hy ,the Sen.
ate Finance Committee, headed
by Sen, Harry F. Byrd W.Va.).
The committee is conducting
general investigation of the ilk
tion's, economie health.
The bankers generally endorsed
?resident Eisenhower's walt-and.
see attitude toward tax reduction
and 'massive public' works 'pro..
grams to stimulate the economy.
They said consumer spendipg
was the key economic indicator
and,"quite moderate government"
-- action might be enough if spring
brings "a normal season pickup
- in such things as automobile sales
and residential building" and if
business investment does not
shrink, further.

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"on the other hand,' they'said
"if it should appear that consu.
Mer spendings being substan.
tially curtained as a result of un.
employment and Apprehensive.
ness concerning future prospects
vigorous steps in the form
e prompt acting goversmental
measures would be indicated."
If federal tax reduction should
become necessary, the bankers
favored ''a substantial but tempo tempo,
, tempo, rary reduction o! broadly basset'
taxes" as the most effective way
of shorting up the economy.
Tcrning to public works, they
said ''the preferable emphasis
would be in projects that have
been started and can readily' be
accelerated, or on projects that
are past the planning stage cad
can be put into motion rapidly."
, Byrd said- in rdeasing the con.
eusions that the questionnaire
was prepared several months ago
'before the latc,iress slump had
read., r t 11,Torlaons and
that t, 4,,,y involved long.
range econ, nic problems. But be
said the comments on current
problems made it ''even more
valuable."

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CARRIED TO SAFETY -- John Heller, 'IL is carried to safety
by fireman Louis Sensales from the swamp in Medford, Mass
where his playmate drowned when their raft overturned. A
volunteer, gives the boy and fireman a helping hand, ,
,

In the new' Soviet memoran.
dum,-Soviet Foreign Minister An.
drei Gromy)co offered tho West
this choice:, '
Preliminary summli', discus.
Sions On an individual basis with
each of the three Western envoys
separately,..a procedure opposed
by the West as timewasting..
meetings, as urged by
the West; but on condition that
1 the ambassadors of Poland and
Czechoslovakia be included in lite
with a Kremlin stand; that there
must be numerical parity in East.,
West negotiations.
S040'1404 Siudiod

The Bri, tish Foreign Office said
only the' the Soviet note was be being
ing being studied and that, the United
States and France were being
consulted.
Privately. howeve r. officials
here regarded the Russian move
as a new obstacle to situ early
East-West summit meetings. Thev
stressed thatthe Soviets had made
it char they will accept a sum sumrnit
rnit sumrnit conferende only on their-own
terms.I''
In public comment, however,
British officials were nonsommit
tal pending, completion ,of West Western
ern Western consultations.
Foreigh Secretary' Seiwyti'Lloyd
addresting a Conservative Party 1
meeting at Cambridge, said the
original Soviet proposal for sena--
rate diplomatic meetings with
Western envoys would "wastlt
lot of 'time and tnight lead', to
misunderstanding."
Lloyd said Saturdays Soviet ire;
ply appears to "offer us a choice
--ehher preparation by separate
Meetings or, if there are to' be
joint meetings, the Sovieh Union
says that for reasons of their
prestige they must have,,Poland
and Czechoslovakia there als0."
"We must, consider this Offer
with our alliet onickly as pos

In Moscow, Western observers joint m-eetings, the Soviet1 Union
said this appeared to be an int says that for reasons of their
portant concession that would pet. prestige they must haye,,Poland
mit the ambassadors to come to and Czechoslovakia there als0.
grips with agenda issues such as l'We ,must, consider this 'offer
disarmament, nucloar test' bans with our Oleg ouickly as pos.,
ond -German reunification. sible," Lloyd added.

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, WASHINGTON (UP) 1 The The: ..reserve- bank presidents

submitted, both a joint-response,
setting forth their collective views
and individual replies to the guts.
tionnaire.
They pointed out that taxes
have a major weakness as an in.
strument of economic policy be.
cause reductions "ere hard to re.
verse except 1.1L emergency situa.
tins," ,
As for pub'le works, they said
the "great danger" ,is that the
program "will only, attain ,,aub.
stential momentum After the
greatest need has passed, and
may then accentuate inflationary
tendencies." ,, 4
The bankers said monetary pol
icy, which the Federal Reserve
helps control, "can be more
quickly effective" than either tax
cuts or public works and "during
a minor recession.,:may suffi.
dent."
In their individual 'views, some
defended the reserve system
against charges that failure te re,
lax its antLinflation "bard mon moneY"
eY" moneY" policy sooner contribuited to
the economic decline.

,
Yellow, Dust Cloud
Mixed With 'Smog
Blanks Out Tokyo
- TOKYO, (UP) An UOUSUal
yellow r dust cloud mixed with
smog -enveloped a -wide area in
Tokyo and environs Saturday
night and completely snarled air
traffic. ,,
Both overseas and domestic.
plane-flights had to be cancelled.
4 A Pan American plane cvning
in from Hong Kong was diverted
to Yokota Air Base, 30 'miles
northwest of Tokyo. A Japan Air.,
lines plane also from Hong Kong
had to land ,at ,Atsuig Air Base
near Yokohama., Another Japan
Airlines plane scheduled to take
off tor San Francisco had to re remain
main remain grounded.
The weather bureau said th er
Oust "'storm"' Saturday night was
lone of the -worst"- to -"Tarr" A
spokesman said Japan has one or
two dust storms blow from the
Gobi Deserte every spring but Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night's was et little early
and unusually heavy.

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ROME (ITP1A foreign spokes spokesman
man spokesman said ye sterd a y Italy
bad refused to issue visas to 800
Russian tourists because their
presence might lead to disturban disturbances
ces disturbances and incidents during the rit ritteal
teal ritteal stage of the general elections
campaign.
The Russians were scheduled to
arrive in Naples aboard the So.
viet ship Drusia on May 10. The
elections for a new parliament
will be held May 25.
The elections will determine
whether -Italy will have a strong
Cathcilic government or be liar.
rassed by crisis after crisis be.
cause of a divided parliament.
The foreign ministry spokesman,
commenting on left wing news newspaper
paper newspaper attacks for refusing to ad,
mit the RUSSIIIIIS, said the "con "concession
cession "concession of visas has been post
poned few days because it wasl
noted the-presence of the Russian
tourists would have coincided with
the most acute phase of the elec election
tion election campaign."
Reliable sources said Italy had
demanded a Russian embassy em emoloye
oloye emoloye leave the country within 48
hours because. of alleged espion
age activities. :-
The foreign ministry 'refused to
eomment on the report, but a
spokesman said it was in contact
ritli the Soviet, embassy toncern toncern,
, toncern, nig the !'suspect activities" of a
, man identified as Alexander Sol.

The spokesman said Solovov
"has been suspected since 1954"
because-of his "tendency toward
collecting material. concerning
It Plv's nillitary production."
Solovov lived in Italy on a resi..
dent Permit isgued bv the foreign
ministry Permitting him to work
as. an assistant to the Soviet mil.
itary ahiche. Ile did not have dip
lomatic status.

Ilissitstopi Bill
Would 5terilizq
Unwed Mothers

JACKSON. Misi, (UP) The
MississiPPL House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives prepared today to take ow.,
tion on a JAI' calling for sterillak
tion of unwed mothers. onc of a
wide assortment of .antisegrega .antisegregation
tion .antisegregation measures.-

.The bill WaS reported favorably
last week by the House Judiciary
Committee. It would authorize the
sterilization of Ammarried women
after the birth o( a third-,Illegiti.
mate' child.
"Never again can the Negro be
looked upon twith indifference as
to his morals and ,physical well.
being.", commented -.Rept Jam6
Weems, one of the bill's chief sup,,

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, Weems. a retired Methodist min.
ister, said white people of the
South are ,"face face,with an
inferior race. fit is the tints?' of
the suberior to fight with' all the
mental, moral and legal weapons
it can command."
The Senate. meanwhile. knled
bill that would have Permitted
church congregations to break
1 away from the central authority
lof their denominations, and take
their nronerty with them. Several
115rotntant grouos the, state
have protested the racial views of
their barent organizationt.-
A loint conference. committee
sought to draft a final version of
a much-discussed bill thst 'would
allow the state to grant funds to
segregationist groups.
'rhe Senate ,tassed a bill; al.
eeftOtt apnroved in the Police. giv givMg
Mg givMg the state attorney general au.
thoritv to examing, recovls of ativ
corporation oneratino in the state.
'rhe measure is aimed at the
In a local development, tho
Jackson --white citizens council
leadership announced that first re.
turns of a citywide survey show
more than 99 'Per cent of the citv's
white residentss,favor segregation
in nubli.e schools.
The Council said 99 per c'ent of
tho first 1,000 riersonit contacted
oboe stated tho intention of keeh:
ing their chiMten out. of school,
if necessary. "until attempted in integration
tegration integration falls."

Honu Kona 'Pplic,
T t
0- e5
Inferno! Security.

II0Nr1 KONG ftlP1 -- Pollee
and military units will staeo a
combined exercine here Mon
dny afternoon to "test the streneth
nf the colony's Internalsecurity
forces."

1
An an-louncement said yesterday
the exercise wonld last until earY
tomorrow mornint.
Observers believe the scheduled
oolice military exercise is to
give a last minute test to the
4-111mq:41410g of th CO11)11108 seeurity
forces before the coming tabor
Dry, on Moe 1.
Since onrly last week police esti estirolled
rolled estirolled all leaves 11110n1 the of oftieyk
tieyk oftieyk and men of lite 5.000man
nolicelorce in preparation for Lk
hot Day,celebrations by both pro.
Communist and pro Nstionarrst
labor elements In Hong Kong.
As,- in previous, years all ant!.
riot police units were put on
emergency rooting.

Electronics has come to the
ald of airlines in handling a very
important part of their business
reservations, and Braniff In International
ternational International Airways recently
took advantage of these ad advantes
vantes advantes by the inauguration of a
new electronics airline reserva reservations
tions reservations 'system which maintains
an inventory on 250 flights per
day on the Braniff system for
21 days ahead. :
The new equipment, directly
connected to every domestic re reservations
servations reservations offic,e on the Braniff
system, makes it possible to sell
or cancel' space in less than one
second (excluding line transmis transmission
sion transmission time), thus speeding up
greatly Braniff's service to its
passengers. It is the first in the
world to employ teletype mes messages
sages messages as a means of placing re reservations
servations reservations requistions and seat
information directly. into the
electronic equipment. L
Designed and built' by t he
Teleregister Corp. of Stamford,
Conn., the electronic equipment
is located in a specially con constructed
structed constructed building in DallaS and
is connected .directly .by 18,000
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(NER Telephoto)

elepauto)
AGAINST DEMOCRATIC UNEMPLOYMENT PLAN -- A seri seriousgooking
ousgooking seriousgooking President Eisenhower is shown at his news cob cobference
ference cobference where he attacked the Democratic-sponsore&linemiployment
compensation plan as a dole a plain' and simple
government hand-out. He declined to say whether he would
veto the measure lf Congress passed it. The Chief Executive
said the bill would tend to destroy the traditional system of
' unemployment insurance.

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PRINCESS SORAYA ARRIVES IN NEW 'YORK Former
Queen Soraya, who was divorced by the Shah of Iran because
she ,had- borne no children .after seven years of marriage,
turns to answer a reporter's question on her arrival in New
York aboard the liner Constitution,. Soraya, now a, princess,
when asked if she still loved the Shah, replied, That's a very
, personal question."

Eleitrofilis Riservation Sytelit-
,
Inaugutated By Braniff Airways'

miles of teletype ,with the 140
Braniff offices in' the, United
States., The system. maintains
an Inventory on 250 flights per
day on the Braniff system for
31 days ahead. ,

annouhcing the inatigtra inatigtration
tion inatigtration of this new service, Chas.
E. Beard, president of Braniff,
pointed out that "theSystem will
eliminate' the time consuming
operation of manually' posting
reservations', control charts.
Without' the advantages of the
Teleregister ',system we, 'would
sooh be in au air a,ge.wheti our
Iplanes travel 'at stich' speeds
that passengers aboard the air aircraft
craft aircraft would reach their destine destinelion
lion destinelion faster than messages con concerning
cerning concerning their reservation could
be handled." '-,- --
While the new electronle re reservation
servation reservation system is not connect connected
ed connected to the Braniff offices in Lat Latin
in Latin America, travelerS from,
in America will benefit'from the
new system in as Much as it
will handle their reservations
for travel on Braniff within the
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BALBOA 1110 & 11:35
lock Hudson Jennifer Joneo
"A FAREWELL TO ARMS"
Cinema Scope & Color!

ICRISTOBAL I:00
' John Raft Darla Day
"THE PAJAMA GAME" (Color)

I DIABLO T:011
' Gregg Palmer Allison Hayes
"ZOMBIES OP MORA TAU"

MARGARITA II:15 & T:55
DOn Taylor Sally Forrest
"RIDE THIC HIGH MON

PARA'S
, I:15 & SAO

Burt lAtoteaster
Tony Curtis
IIIIVEXE SMELL
OF SUCCESS"

I SANTA CRUZ
I:15 & 11:35
"The Night The
World Exploded
and
ZOMBIES OF
MORA TAU"

tAMP IDERD 6:15 II:01
Dan Daily .,.lane Mani, field
DINE WAYWARD BIRro
(Raga Iscopey

By FRED DOWN -
NEW YORK, Airil 28--(UP)-:--Johnny Podres,
off to the fastest start of his career, may finally be
beaded for the 20-victory campaign that's always
eluded him. '

, Brooklyn's 1955 World Series
hero, looking better than ever 3,-
000 miles away in Los Angeles,
, turned inhis third straight vie vie,
, vie, tory of the season yesterday when
be pitched the Dodgers to a 10-3
, win over tbe stumbling St. Louis
Cardinals. He's yielded only six
, runs and struck out '19 batters
while compiling an, 1.87 'earned
run average. ,
Podres always has been re re,
, re, garded as one of the game's top
pitchers when he's in shape but
, recurring back and arm ailments
have prevented him from having
really big year, Even last sea sea-
- sea- son when ils 2.66 ER A. was the
, best in the National League he
had only a 12-9 won-lost record
and those 12 Wins represent Ms
high for a single season.
, Johnny, only 25, retired front
his previous start on April ,' 22
- with an arm ailment but showed
no effects yesterday as he seat seat'
' seat' tered 10 hits and struck out five
batters. He's scored three of
Los Angeles' five victories 'and
, Is the only Dodger pitcher to go
the distance. ,
Podres' performance was the
highlight of a rainy Sunday., Six
of 11 scheduled games were post post,
, post, pone& The Chicago Cubs pulled
, the season's first triple play en
, route to a 5-4 win over the San
' Francisco Giants and the Phil Phil'
' Phil' adelphia Phillies beat the Mil Mil.
. Mil. waukee Braves, 6-2, in other Na National
tional National League gimes while the
, Detroit Tigers whipped the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, 9-5. and the Boston
' Red Sox topped the Washington
, Senators, 7-5, in AI. games.
Rookie third-baseman Dick
- Gray bit a two-run homer and
knocked in a third run with a
single to pace a 10-hit Dodger at at,
, at, tack on Sam Jones and three suc suc,
, suc, cessors. Gil Hodges, Gino Cimoll
end Don Zimmer also had two
hits each as the Dodgers built a
6-1 lead in three innings. Ken
Boyer homered for the Cardinals
.and Stan Musial went 2-for-3 to
- raise his maior league' leading
, Overage to '.533. , -,
Dare Long drove tit iltree runs
with a homer and a double to
, help the Cubs rile the first firstplace
place firstplace Giants' four-game win win,
, win, ining streak. Hank Sauer, who
,' later hit his sixth homer, bit
into the triple play in the first
' Inning when Dick Drott speared
his liner and caught Willie
.1Kirkland and Willie Mays off
second and third bases re re1
1 re1 spectively.
Jack Sanford, N.L. rookie of
the year in 1957, pitched a fiv,e fiv,e-
- fiv,e- bitter for his second win and
Richie Ashburn hit his first homer
bt two years as the Phillies snap

TODAY-ENCANTO35-.20
Jack Lemindn in
"OPERATION. MAD HMV
'Randolph Scott in
' "THE TALL T"
in Megascope Color!

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CAPITOLIO
35e, 20te

antall Prograiiii

11 FIgg, riE, kAgniAs ,,
1 ----tr-Alsv; -
i 1,,OS AMANTE DEL'
DESIERTO
with R. Montalbn
,.

ped a three-gamut:ming streak.
Ashburn's homer capped a 'three 'threerun
run 'threerun third inning tally that helped
hand Lew 'Burdette his second
straight defeat. Harry Hanebrink
homered for the Braves.d
Gail Harris, subbing at first
base for Ray Boone,, had two
singles and a -double to lead a
14-bit Detroit attack On Mike Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, and,' five successors. Billy
Hoeft, a disappointing 9-11 last
season, won his second straight
for the Tigers who snapped their
own three-game losing :streak as
well as the Indians' four-game
winning streak.
: Frank Malzone homered and
singled as,-,the Red Sox' built 'a
7-G lead and then survived five fiverun
run fiverun Washington rally In the sei seienth.
enth. seienth. Murray Wall turned in 2-13
innings of scoreless relief ball to
Ipreserve Dave Sisler's second vic victory.
tory. victory. Ted MIMS went hitless in
three tries and his average dip dipped
ped dipped to 107. k
Today Is an off-day, for ,travel
before the first intersectional
meetings of ,the season start, on
Tuesday. East invades west in the
1National League while west iour iourneys
neys iourneys east in the American.. ,,,

,
Santanlaria Still
,
Unbeaten; Wins
14t!I Straight

V 0 L t
20e.!
SLATiGHTER
' 10th AVENUE ,,,
'with Matthau

,
DESERT LEGION
with Alan Ladd

,
Jesus Santamaria' today is still
an unbeaten boxer, thanks to his
impressive come-from-behind un unanimous
animous unanimous ten-round decision over
tough Prince Johnson of New
York last night before a capacity
crowd at the Parlitillia National
Gym. The rare thriller, undoubted
ly the best local fight of the year,
left many fans hoarse.',
, Johnson, 126 1-2, more than
made good his promise of ;Inv
Proving over his unimpressive
, victory over Melvin Bourne two
weeks earlier. Last night he
- forced the fighting from the
opening gong and held a slim
lead for the first five rounds.,
Santamaria, 126 1-4, suffered a
three-quarter inth gash above the
left eyebrow in the second round
and was visibly bothered by the
thin stteami of ',blood .that trickled
from the wound for the first five.
rounds.
When the bleeding stopped, the
tide of battle changed. Johnson
continued to be the aggressor but
Santamaria landed two for one
from the sixth xound on and twice
threatened to drop the visitor in
the ninth round. Johnson, how however,
ever, however, would not'g down and each
time came back for more. -
A bard right cross clipped John Johnson
son Johnson early in the tenth round and
the now arm-weary Johnson went
on his bicycle for the rest of ,the
contest. The crowd was on its feet
yelling for Santamarla to put his
man away when the linal; gong
sounded.. .,
- In the semifinal Hector Hicks,
119 1-2, who like Santamaria
hails from Colon, made his Pan Panama
ama Panama City debut an impressive
lone. He lived up to advance not notices
ices notices and battered Roy Thoyke,
M into, near helplessness
in three- rounds...Thoyke failed
to answer the ben for the fourth
round. ,
Serafin Garcia, -124, but butpointed
pointed butpointed Leonardo Mcindoo, 124, in
one of the two four-round prelim preliminaries.'
inaries.' preliminaries.' Cisco Kid; 116, scored a
unanimous decision over Raton
Gudifio,-118, in the trogram open opening
ing opening four-round preliminary.

Panama Open
Tennis Tourney
Continues Today

WP

Albert Loney aryl Carl Bents Bentsmin
min Bentsmin yesterday rnmeine beat the
team Ramon Ramirez.Eloy 'San.
chez In the second round of the
Panama Open' orennis rrourna
ment sPonsored bv George r), ma
ttord at the courts of the National
Olymple SwImming Pool. The
settee WON IL.1. 11.2.
This, afternoon at :IS It, will be
Angel Delvalle.Eari 0 Int phrov
against George MaduroSaverin
Meltl. The winner of ibis match
will meet toneyBen3qmin for one
of the tournament's final berths.

VICTORIA-.
25c.,'

, Man In The Sbadowl
: with left Chandler
,
...i---ir-Alsers-""7"-
4 This Island Earth
',with Faith Domrgno.

THE, FIFTEENTH' NAVAL' DISTRICT PISTOL' TEAM which tosk second Place In the 1058 USARCARIB pistol matches, which
were eompleted yesterday at the Fort Clayton pistol range. Shown with Captain K. INTHines,. USN, Commanding Officer of the
Rodman' Naval Station, and Captain F.. M. Van Nosdale, USA, Match Supervisor, are: IL to r.) Chief Gunners Mate McKee, ,,,
Electronics Technician SecOod Clan J. D. Adams, Chief Electronics Technician C. T. Jacicson, Capt. Hines, Capt. Van Nosdale,
Boatswain Mate Second Class .41. Woody, Chief Electronics Technician L. NV, Parks, and Lieutenant Fel Fury, USN, Team
, ,

1,4046 71 tk;,,-,:. .;
LEADING'
HirrERS

,
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LEADING BATTERS'''.
(lased (111 2S official at bats)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
,
' 4
P and- O. G AB R H Pct.
Musia4 St ,Loufs 11 45 13 24 .533
Ashburn, 10 35 9 15 .4'29
Mays, Salt Fran. 12 51 11 21 412
Clement,.Pitts. 10 42 6 17 .403
Hoak, Cincin. 9 37 6 15 .40
Sauer, San Fran. 10 30 8 12 .400
Gray,5 Los Angel. ; 9 34. 13 .382
Temple, Chian.' 44 9 34 7 13..382
Sidnner, Pitts.1, .10 42, 5 16 .381
Ennis,,St. Lours 10 41 4 L$ .366
AMERICAN 'LEAGUE' ,.
Colavito, Cleve. '9 26 4 41.-323
Kuenn,, Detroit 13 53 s, 8 22 .415
Robinson, aalti. 1, 10 32 6 13 .406
McDougaid, N.Y., 11 42 8 16 .381
Martin, Detroit 9 38 6 14 .368
Cerv, Kansas C. 11 41 13 15 .366
BOS. 4, 12 47,' 4 17 .362
Foxi Chicago 11 45 5 16 .356
Baxes, Kans. City 11 48 9 17 .354
Zauchin, Wash.' 10 35. 6 16 .343
Nixon, CleVa. 10 35 '4 12 .343

HOME RUNS',
Sauer,, Giants --, 4
Mathel,vs, Braves '
Walls, Cull
e
Aaron' Bra es'
Musial, Cards '2 t''4
Gra4st, Dodgers
AMERICAN ,LEAGUE
Jensen, Red- Sot
Cerv, Athletics ..
Triandos,' Orioles
Maris,t Indians'
Lollar,White Sox 1
.
RUNS BATTED IN
Nationai League
Walls, Cubs
Ennis, Cards
Spencer, Giants ,,
Sauer, Giants
Musial, Cards -
Long, Cubs.
,
AMERICAN I,EAGUE
Cerv',.Athretics
Jensen,Red Sox
Vernon, Indians ;
Carrasquel, Indians
tred with 2 Apiece)

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PITCHING 1
National 'League I WI Pct.
)3raves, 0 1.000
Podres, Dodgerf 4 10109
Gomez, Giants ,' 2' 0 '1.00o
Purkey, Redlegs 211 1.000
Spahn, Braves 2 1.000
Friend, Pirates. 2 0 11000
Elston, Cubs 2 0 1.000

AMERICAN,LEAGLIII
Larsen, Yanks 2 0 1.000,
Harshman,, Orioles---- 2 1.000
Garver, (Athletics 1,, 2 0 1.0000o
Foytack;, Tigers-- .r- 2 l
Byerly, Senators. ; 2 1.000
Ramos, Senators 2 ,0 .1.000
ToTrY, Athletics 2 0 1.000
Turley, Yankees, 0 ,L000
Grant, Indians s 2 1.000
Hoeft, Tigers 2 2 1.000

PALERMO, Sicily, April 27 (17P)
South Africa's Heather Segal
won the women's singles of the In International
ternational International Tennis Tournament of
Palermo today when she downed
Mexico's Yolanda Ramirez five fiveseven,
seven, fiveseven, six-three, six-two in a bar,d bar,dfought
fought bar,dfought match.

RIO,

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,SANDS DIP ANGELS,
with Clark,Gablo'
-
,
PRINCE AND THE
SHOW GIRL
witik'Marylti Moriroe

TIM PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

'-' The- Coadra Mexico s promising
three-year-old colt qolden Rocket
yesterday, raced to a one-length
victory in the five furlong $1,000
Republic of Costa Rica Classic at
the President Remoir racetrack.
President, elect Mario Echandi
of Costa Rica and his entourage
were the guests of track manager
Pablo Thayer. during the after afternoon
noon afternoon and were roundly applauded
by the fans when they entered the
winner's tele following Golden
Rocket's 'victory- The Costa Rican
president elect was acc.ompanied

fly,HARRY GfAyt4N
4 , ,
, YORICi-(NEA)-- :G e
Woodling, back in Baltimore af after
ter after a splendid year in Cleveland,
expresses delight with the change.
enjok playing. for this guy,11'e
said the Ohio farmer..
Woodling perhaps tells best how
Paul,Richards restored the old
St. Louis Browns who became the
Orioles to respectability.
TheBrowns Orioles had lost
589 games oin six years, dropped
97 more when Richards took over
in 1955, for a seven season aver
age of 98. Last Beeson, the Orioles
played .500 ball to finish just one
gentle out of the first division.
Richards,turned in similar fine
jobs in the minors and with the
White Sox to earn the reputation
of having a special sort of base baseball
ball baseball magic.'In Chicago and Bal Baltimore,he
timore,he Baltimore,he accomplished the feats
chiefly with athletes, especially
pitchers,, who had not done well
elsewhere. They must like to, play
for him.

'RICHARDS WAS standing be.,
bind the batting cage watching a
nondescript flock of Orioles, se.
veral of whom the baseball writ writers
ers writers bad never beard of, take their

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more fun than managing the Yen.
kees," said someone.
"You're the first one who has
sem that, but yoir could have
r or nthing there." replied Rick,
ards, who might have added that
$45,000 a year and five cents for
every home admisston above 900..
000 eases the oaln. Everybody to
his own pleasure. e
"Take Al Pliarcik and ,Brooks
Robinson. They're going to be
top major 1eaguers. And then you

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ment officials. -
, Gold Rocket chased paceset.
,ting Cooksmaid until put to a
drive in the homestretch ,,, and
whipped the latter in the 'run to
the wire. His time for the- five
panels was a good 1:01 2-5. Golden
Hocket is one of the favorities to
Win Thursday's 52,000 added one
mile Labor Day Classic for threeyear-olds.
Zumar wound up- third while
Chivilingo, Blue Zulu, Golden
Corn II, I Ferget were also rans.
Golden Rocket, ridden by Ruben

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Rol Richards.

,
have ,a hand in the deelopment
of young pitchers like Billy (rDell
Jerry Walker and Milt Pappas.
We sent another kid,, Steve Dal Dalkowski,
kowski, Dalkowski, to Knoxville. There isn't
another kft-hander in baseball as
fast as he is right now unless A
is ,Ilerb Score. '
"This club is going to have' great
pitching., There is nothing wrong
with our pitchingtight now, AA,"
matter Of fact.
"Ours problem is what to use of
runs." ,

BALTIMORE SUFFERS FROM
the mormal baseball trouble.
,' "We lack two big Players," COrt,
tidued Richards.' "Give them to
four other American League clubs
and they'd run the Yankees all
Oh 'WW1 down the stretch, In our
case, it's a shortstop and a center
fielder. who can hit. Give Gil
McDougald :and Mickey Mantle
and, you'd see. Oh, just give us
Mantle." ,
Frank Lane claims it was Rich Richards'
ards' Richards' impatience that enabled the
Indians to get LPrry Doby in the
deal which gave the Orioles Wood.
ling and Dick Wiliam& Richards'
version is that Baltimore. svas bet better
ter better off with the two for thp one.
!Illichards has' more patience
with players films any manatter,
I've ever known." commented Hat
rv BrechPen, the pitching coach.,
"They get more individual atten
tion from him. If they have any
talent and ambition, he'll bring it
out. Ile, builds their confidence,
never upsets them with tempera.
mental outbursts. ,
"Paul is one Of the great in instructors.
structors. instructors. Al Pilarclic. for exam
pie, couldn't bunt a lick, but is
one of the best now and is also
punching the ball into left field,
Gene-Woodlingla pulling..theaall
like he hasn't it 17 previous years.
Mid how could anyone, accuse
Paul Richards of being impatient
when. be nuts up with, the Balti
more Orioles?

by several Panamanian govern. Vasquez, paik $3.00 ta win and
ment officials. - $2.20 place. , , r
, Gold Rocket chased paceset. Mutuels lavorities swept the
Ling Cooksmaid until put to a card except for Soberano t$2180)
drive in the homestretch and in thcthird rate, Other substant.
whipped the latter in the 'run to ial win dividends were Herinelina'S
the wire. His time for the- five $8 in the first race and Julie'S
panels was a good 1:01 2.5. Golden $8.40 in the fourth race.
Hocket is one of the favorities to Leadhig jockey Braulio Baeza
Win Thursday's $2,000 added one increased his margin in 'the jock.
mile Labor Day Classic for three. ey -contest by scoring three vict.
liodoro Gustines' two,, Ruben Vas.
year.olds. t ories as compared to runnerup He.
up,. third while
Zumar wound
Chivilingo, Blue Zulu, Golden quez also scored two wins.
Corn II, I Forget were also ran& ,Baeza won six el seven mounts
Golden Rocket, ridden by Ruben, on Saturday to equal the best win.'
Bing tneet for any jockey ,at a 10

cal track. ,,,'

The dividends: :
,!,
'4 Yesterday's dividends:
- FIRST RACE
1.Herrnelina $8, $6.40
2.Cutp tits $8. ,-, : ,"'
SECOND RACE .P
1-Don tuebo'S5.20, 3.40
2.Manuoslat Pbtlraza 4.40 ,,
: First, Doublet,' $36.60
,, ,THIRD :
1.SOberano, $2180, $12.20 1
2.Mimi 813.40 ,
;'; One,Two( 1,200.80
, FOURTH RACE
1,Tulle 8.40, $4.80 4
2.Presidente $6.40 4
' Oulniela: $54.80 1''''

FIFTH RACE
tTtady Edna '3.20, $3.20
2-Tinela 3'
- 3SIXTK RACE 4.k--
1.Clarueha $4.60 $3.20
2-Lyrical 9. e 1
- SEVENTH;RACE'Yyf
1-FOrever $4.40; $2.80 :
2-Embassy 3.40.:
' Second Doobtoi41340
EIGHTH RACE
1-Telore6 $3.40, $3:20,'vk
0.00
'
- s
. NINTH RACE
',Quickie $4.20, $2.60 t
2.Guadalcanal
11-- '011e-two; $22.40
'''' 'TENTH, RACE
I-Golden Rocket $3, $2.20
2-Cooksmaid 42.20
ELEVENTH RACE
1.4anina $2.40,2.20 ;,
2-Monaco

SATURDAY'S DIVIDENDS:1
' : FIRST:RACE ,
1-Pasatiernpo $3,60, $3.20,-,;!,:,
ly Mary $3.20 ,-
, SEcOND RAca ; :
1-Dawn Song $4.20, $3;
2-Roitilante $3.20
-' First Double: $1.80
,'
tiroxic 5.80, $2.80, : .;
,
, One1wOl $11 ';

FOURTH, RACE
'11Don Luis 0.40, 42.20
2-Fo 110.0'2.40
, Quinittlit $4.20

.. '; FIFTH RACE
1..kohleano $2.20, 2.20
2.$ilverio 42.20 :
' ,SIXTH RACE.:
$48:-40,. $26.20 '' .,.
1180
,
SEVENTH RACE
LOrandjinish $6.20, $5.40
2-Topaelo.'10,20 :'
: Socond Double: $155.10!
t. EIGHTH RACE : 1
1-1.3engalope $4,20; 42.20
243odegon $2.60
:
, NINTH RACE ; ;
1..E1 Agbeila $6.60, $4.80
2-Afiiliation Order, $4.80'
,,' Om-Tvto: $32.80 1'
-TENTH,

Silver Hee 8 NTH RACE
ELEVL 82.20
It 42,80f
isatotaie
2.Amah 12.20
reanterina
1214.20

; NATIONAL -LEAGUE
, fict.
San Francisco 8 4 .667
Milwaukee 7 4 .636 12
Chicago -',' 7', 4 .636 12
Pittsburgh 5 5 .500 2
Cincinuati k 4 5 .444 212
Los Angeles 5 7 .417 3
Philadelphia 4 6' .400 3
St. Louis 3 8 .233 44i
, TODAY'S GAMES
Open date..
, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS '-
St. Louis 010 001 001-3 10 2
Los Angeles 312 004 00x-10 10 0
Jones (0.2), Jackson, M a b e,
Paine and Smith. -'
Podres (3-0) and Walker, Pigna.
tano. ,
Philadelphia 100 300 020-6 i2 0
Milwaukee 010 100 000-2' 5 1
Sanford (2.1) and Loppata.''
filurdette 1.2). Conley and Crain.
Chicago 020 000 021-5 10.1
San Francisco 100 100 101-4 5 0
Drott, Elston (2-0), Rodriguet
and S. Taylor,' Tappe.
Gomez, Grissom (14), Constable
Barclay and ThomaS, Schmidt. '-
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Postpon.'
ed; rain). ,

BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE 4
' i :., ' ''''' ''
Teams ,, ,,... Won Lost
Pabst Blue Ribbon ., 31 ,,1.7
Life Savers,,- -,. ; 1 28 20 '-',,
Turco Produclos i 4, IL'," W,),
Firestone Itetreads ', 27.-e 31.
Gillette Blades , ,, 26Ve 2112
National Electric ,,, 25 22
Shaws Giit Shopi ,-; al 6. 25
Boyd Brothers Insur. ,, 22 26 .,
Ebonite Tornadoes .'22 26
Grecha Music ,' .',' ' 2112 2614
Civa Vaux Hail, ,, '' 18 30
Alden, Mailorder, t itir 15 33
...,,A ,,,.44,,of ..;,:,) (,f 4w1,4 .-fo
' Leading Aver,ages! (Men) Stin Stinson,',Mead,
son,',Mead, Stinson,',Mead, Soto,' (Women) Man,,
gels, Williams, Burchett.
. I
,-, ', Boyd Brothers 2,t ,. ,',.
. Pabst Blue Ribbon i ;
The ieague, leading Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer west flat at the hands
of the pesky Boyd Brothers Insur Insurance
ance Insurance team, which is getting into
the habit of winning and,slimbing
up the ladder of success., ,
' Fortified with 54 pins hindicap,
the Boyd Brothers and Sisters pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to prove that,they did not
need the 54 dividendo In the middle
game the-Pabst-Blue Ribbon pro produced
duced produced a foamy game in the win
coluinn, But, in the finale they a again
gain again went',fiat and the BB peli pelicans
cans pelicans -took 'it easily.- ,, ,, ,,,, ....
The big',poliry,maker for the vic victors
tors victors wet, Rob Howard' With A boom boomthing,
thing, boomthing, 616i. his best. of. the season,
and tagglig Along with him vvas
Ray 'Murphy for 514. For:the
Pabste it' was only Kitty Gallahair
that 'bottled the opposition with ,,,a
07,e1,,I. e 1' , ,. ..'
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..-. 'National Electric tenter 1
k .. Life Savers l .'
The National Electric led by lld
Sweet and his 530 grounded 4 the
Life Savers for a two to one count.
While the sponsor was i,. giving a away
way away tasty morsels of Lafe-Savers,
the human Life Savers handed 'out
27. pins per' game to the Electric
Centers, and that was their down downfall,
fall, downfall, becauee r. the National took
the first -game by 11 pins.- T h e
package of Life Savers came back
strong and tookthe second game,
but the renters were not to be de denied
nied denied and took the last game:. Two
Life' Saijers, ,Dick La Beau end
Burt De Veau had Identical marks
' 524....,,. ...--,:,..,-, ,..---. '.:;.,. .,, .;, ,::
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, Firestone Retreads 3
1: Gillette Blades 0
A Sour note entered the proceect
ing because ofthe Gillette Blades
being short handed and the Fire Firestone
stone Firestone retreads were awarded one
point and won.two 00 the lanes.
The three point pickup' upped
the, Firestone into fourth piece a
Ihead of the Gillettes. 'loth teams
had a pair of "500" keglers, Ro Roger
ger Roger and his Missus" Dottie WiL
Hams tabbed 510 tnd 538 for Gil Gillette
lette Gillette and the firey Firestone quin quintet's
tet's quintet's Bob Storey had a legit 504
and 591 hdep set, and John Edens
a 566. ,, .. ., ,..,

Editor: CONkADO SARCEANT''

Going into the fray with 82 pin
handicap the Mena Mailorder put
,together a super duper 907 game
'which should have been enough to
win but the Turco Products came
througiL with a 936The 82 pins
rhandicap, however, was too much,
for Turco to overcome in the sec second
ond second game and Aldens tabbed.
However, Turco's regained their
touchtind took the ell earned
odd .marker. , t
....Alden's.,total Pins for Ihe
exceeded all the other teams in
the league except their opponents.
Rolling against any other aggre aggregation
gation aggregation they would have won all
three points. Iddens contributed

New York
Kansas CitY
Washington
Cleveland '-
Detroit
Baltimore
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AMERICAN ,LEAGUE
W LPct.G3
qew York --- 3 3 .727
Kansas CitY, 7 4 .636
Nashingtok 6 4 .600
Cleveland 7 6 .538 '2
Detroit t 7 6 .538 2
Baltimore 4 6 .400
oston 4, 9', .308
Chicago- 3 -.273 S

TODAY'S ..GAMES ;
0
Open date.
Washington ,---' 000 000 500-4 s 4
Boston 010 033 00x-4 8,
Kemmerer (OA), 18y6rly,
ler, Stobbs, Cletenget and Court.
no3,
Sisler (2-14:Wall an 1
13 t 9 '4
e rott 110 022 11t 0,
Cleveland 100 100 003-4 10 3
Hoeft (2.0), Presit'anci Thomp. ,
son, Wilson. e
Garcia,- Ridzik. terratese
Churrt, Kelly,, Wilhelm and 13rown.'-
Kansas Citi at Chicago- Post.
ponedl rahr).
ew it 'Baltimore JPOstponed;
rain).

three and TurcO tour "5001 -sets'',
Aldens kspotlight was on Jim Wil Williams
liams Williams 505 scratch and 592 hdcp se series,
ries, series, Janis Williams 549, and Al
Barnes"g2d For Turco Russ Arn.,
old ii85, Meljkidner yi audrr;
525 and. Loti,Gliid I

Ebonite Tornadoes
s Shasta Gift Shop')
The "old-equalizer"vhandicap. by
name played his part in the' first
gome, because without- the 27 pins
Ebonite would not have scored a
win'. In the second game Shawl
Ggt, Shop overcame ithis, generous v 4 V
handout ,and won going -awayand
in, the, finale Ebonite, Tornadoes
tore into the Shaws Chinaware De,
pertinent., and walked, away with
the winning platter, ,,, -- 4
, The three ,males' on each side..
Were in there with "5001' and each ;
team had a fair damsel to join the
selectee& For Sbaws, it was Bok Vt
Carlin ,535,' Lee -Clontz', 502, Nick
NiCkisher 532 -o,vitit Shirley Cava.
naugh with her ,507. Fos the Tor.,
nadoes 'bowlers, Joe Burgoon 503
scratch and 563 hdcp, Curly Bites
531 and Jorge Soto 522,, with dimii
nutive Ella Betta's 529, -;
Civa Vauhall 2 Gracile 'Music ,;
Grecha Music Store got off to 4,
good start by humming a winning,,,,
tune on the tenpins in the opener., h;
But at last the Vauxhall cars got
into high gear and went rolling at
high speed and did not apoiY theii
brakes until 'they won the nes
two tallies.
The standouts for Civa Vauxhalls
were Tomes Liles with 540 a n d,
Earl Freund with 54, It was ironic
that Grecha Music did ,not win t,
more than one, because they had
four in the select group, u d
Moore 559, Bertha Pate 538 her
better- or lesser bald Jesse: 510,-
and Frank La Brant :318, ,,,
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Con1441.15 To SI:11
NEW YORK,'April 23 alP)
The good pitching displayed by
veteran Rochester hurlers the fir4'.'''
week of the. season appears to hi ;
spreading to the younger
ers of the staff. ,
Joe McClain 'and Bobo Miller
were the standouts yesterday as
the Red Wings edged Columbus in '-,
both ends of a doubleheader, 3-2,
and 4.2, to move into first place
in the International League,Mc.'
Clain And Gary Blaylock teamed
in the,opener to set back the Jets.:
on four hits, with McClain gaining
his second victory of the season.
Miller,' a hard-throwing bonne
kid, gave up just two hits in the
seven-inning nightcap to gain. his
first victory. Another newcoiner,'
Cal Browning, went all the way
on Saturday to beat Richmond,.
In other Sunday doubleheaders,
Richmond beat 'Buffalo twice, 4-3
and 7.3; Toronto defeated Miamt
twice, 8-2 and 7-5, and Montreal,.
Edged Havana, 3-2, in the second
game after dropping the opener to
the Sugar Kings, 3-1,
Rrchmond snapped a three-game
losing streak and moved into sixth
place with its double win over the
cellar-dwelling Bisons. Jim Brom.
stad went all the way in the open openet
et openet for the winners and gained his,
first win on the strength of horn-
ers by Danny Schell and Bob OIL
is. Luke Easter hit one for Bun.
lo, George Maier bested Fred Dalin
in the second game.
,Toronto jumped into a fourth
place tie with Columbus ba:n1
the pitching of Ed Blake and 11;o3
Tiefenauer while lklontreal hal
its seven-game winning stre4t
halted in the c:,,,ncr m:;linrt i
Vittlap

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4
NF1TY
,
' off to the fm
headed for
' eluded him.
, :. Itrooldn's 195!
, '. hero, looking beti
, 000 miles away
. turned inhis ti
,
, tory of the seise
.,', be pitched the E
, , win, over tbe stu
t t ' Cardinals. He's
, runs and struck
' while compilini
run average.
', r. Podres always
v garded as one of
pitchers when lu
s. recurring back al
,
have prevented 1
t a really big yeat
, sort when Its 2.61
'i best in the Nati
1 bad only a 12-9
and those 12 wit
high for a single
.
- , Johnny, only
, . his previous sts
l ,' with an arm ail
t no effects yestel
1 tered 10 bits an.
r batters. He's al
. .. Los Angeles' fl,

,
. Is the only Dodj
,
), the distance.
1 Podres' perft
'I highlight of a rs
of 11 scheduled 1
I
, pone& The Chic
1. , the season's fir
L ,, ,route to a 5-4 1
' 'Francisco Giant
,,
1 adelphia Phi Ines
waukee Braves,
1, 7 tional League g
'i ', Detroit Tigdrs w
1, land Indians, 94
' Red Sox topped
, Senators, 7-5, in
l' Rookie this
I: Gray bit a ts
'ri , knocked in a
'1 single to Pace a
' tack on Sam Jon
,
,, cessors. Gil Hoc
.
; and Don &name
i hits each as the
!, 6-I lead in thr
t$ Boyer homered
,i, .and Stan Musial
, raise his maim
1, overage to '.533
- ; Dare Long dr
t with a homer s
k, help the Cubs
,
1, place Giants'
, Ining streak. F
f. ,' ,' later hit his 61
I into the triple
1 .,'' Inning when Di
1 his liner am
i Kirkland and
i',. second and
1 1 spectively.
. Jack Sanfor
, the year in 195'',
q hitter for his
1, Richie Ashburn I
l In two years as
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ip Jack Le
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' Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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NEW YORli, Airil 28---(UP)Johnny Podres, , ,
, sb I TT TT,
, TT, , i ,
' off to the fastest start of his career, may finall3r be ,-,
s. ,,,
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,
beaded for the 20-victory campaign that's always i ,
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k 0411 N111111;lbCLI 5 4 .bbi New YOrk --- 3 3 .727 4 ,,
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Milwaukee 7 4 .636 12 Kansas CitY. 7.. 4 .636 1.14
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Los Angpeleiss ,:. 5 7 ...417 ,. 3 osa oimoorr.e ., .,..... 44, 96,, :340080 ..s.ii, ,,
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: St Louis. ,Y 3 8 .2.73 4, Chicago : -. ..,.. ,' 3 3 .273 S ,

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, 'ope TdOaDteA.y'S GAME0oEs,Slu.....3LTs: 0. r:.i2 aosph'einngt- 000;
' TODAY'S GAMES -;1
Los Angeles 312 004 00x30 10 0 Boston 010 033 00x-7 8, ,'
, 8-t.:LoYEulsTER..DAOY10100R1
J.ones (94),.4ackson, M a b, e, ',
18NiAA,L. 1,S,TIt tecitohndr.pnitactin twhe 1419in5,8, ITsANTRCcAoRmIB -pistol m tches, Which
mandine Officer of the

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I':;-- ". ; .-.,. 1 Chick in ;' 0211 non ,77,7777,-.;--',-;,;-:':.4-.-;',:';'

Ka,e1BlitidzwikiihFelemrraatnedserrto0w-In),.: ;,'
i... .. ,,,, , , ,, , ,. . .., , ,t , ,, , , .aDnrortrt,anEetisstcon1,00(21000), 1011-40drigtet0
. LEADING BATTERS c
, Cb' tiuranre1
and S. Taylor,' Tappe. - ' -
-,, (Based CM 2S official at bats)
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.,,, NATIONAL LEAGUE , ,, z .,, , Gomez, Grissom (1-1), Constable ', Kansas CitY at Chic Po ''
''' ,,,,c ' ,' e L t '' ', , ''''' ". '''' - -t, ,, v ' , ii, Barclay and ThomaS, Schmidt. poned. rain). ,, ,, ag st- ''
P ant C.. f -,- G AB R H Pct. -' no. Coadra Mexico's promising! by several Panamanian gqvern- Vasquez, paik 3.00 (a win and ., ,,, ., , ,, ,. ,,, A : 7 .,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Postpon- New' it B IC (p
Musial.; St, .Loilli 11 SS 13 34 ,,533 three-year-old colt Golden Rocket 1 ment officials. a imore Ostponed, :
. 132.20 place. , , r

ea, rain), rain). !:

1,Mays. Sin Fran. 12 51 11 21 412 1 iictory in the five furlong $1,000 king Cooksmaid until put to a I arq exe.ept: tor Sobeyano t22.30) I ,

' ' I Clement; Pitts. 1042 617403 1 Republic of, Costa Rica Classic at drive in the homestretch and in, to,ealiir.elrace:.utnu suolanm ,, 7 , '

I Hoski, Cincin. a ST: 13 4u the President Itemoir racetrack. 1 whipped the latter, In the 'run. to ,1$21-740047.- r.:4"Ift ifi 1 fitti "1,,g-rik

1 Sauer, San Fran. "u! I '4 (11-y!il 1 f:,
10 30 8 12 .4001 : I the wire. His- time for the- live 111 an .the. tu:st- a1111 s.

Gray,5 Los Angel. ; 9 34. 913 .3331 president elect Mario Echandi 1 panels was a good 1:01 2.5. Golden 1 w.fin yle. loyrin race.: I itu1AAL,1

, Taint) le, Clad D.', 4, 3'1', 1,3' 333. I of Costa Rica and his entourqge Rocket is one of the favorities to 1 LeatunF j1.3cKey 13.aefa 1 ; y-77v limP7 7-71, .7', Nt 11 ;,-,,,,,

Skinner, Pitts.i. i- do 4Z 0 lb ..usi were the gliCsts of track manager win Thursday's $2,000 added one increase(' nis margin in toe Awe.
Ennis,fit. Louis 10 41 4 L$ .3q6 Pab.le Thayer during the after. mile Labor Day Classic for three. ey:eontest by scoring three vict. to.--- '- , ,, a .-,, ,-:, ,-!,.,
I 1
, ,.,, ----- ',:, , z, noon and were roundlv anolauded yen...olds. ,. t & t : ones as comPared to runnerup He- ' NI 1

AMERICAN 'LlAULIR ,,, ,, .. by the fans when they entered the Zumar wound up,. third while notions z.zustmes- two.,ttuoen vas- .
,. .- ; ,, ,' '., winner's tele, following Goldeti Chivilingo, Blue Zulu, Golden (Inez also scored two wins. , .' t,' 1 '-, ---7 ---- - P ,4
I
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. Ilaeza won six Of seven mounts.
, Colavito. Cleve. '9 26 4-11;322 Rocket's victory., The Costa Rican Corn II. I Forget were also rans. RAL118A MIXED LEAGUE ' th
ree and 'hired tom; dasooq,-,Rofil- !-

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,. ,,,,, ,', 41dens kspotlight was on Jim Wil:
s Won Lo4t hams 505 scratch and 592 hdcp se!
--- ,-- t. ' Kuennp, Detroit 13 53 II Zz .413 president elect was accompanied IGolden Rocket, ridden by Ruben, on battiroaY to equal um pest win- ,. i :,
10 32 6 1.3 .4061 v ,, i , , .n.ini gsrin.peitet for,.any jockey At a lo- Tea
------ ,' Robinson, aalti.
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ts Santamaria r today is still Martin, Detroit 9 38 6 14 .368 ,
'beaten boxer, thanks to his Cent. Kansas C. 11 41 13 15 ,366 e,s.. The
sibs come.frorn.behind RtilinelS, Bos. 12,17,' 4 17 .36,2

Gillette Blades ,:,:, : ,.
. 11 0 a la 63D i ;,;:.., ., i ,11 ,-.. ,,.....,,, n,,, ... : -::.. ,:,, ,,, : .. .,. !osrorsioy s a.iv.tuengl; ,. .,
t- 11 48 9 17..354 --' 2,,r .,i ',.' .; .. ; .: : , ., National Electric ',,
: 10 35..:. 6 16 .343 .'i''' -. 4".',' ,.. ,-. --i -. .-. : : FIRST RACE...,.. -,
' 10 35 4 12 343 T ., 1 ;,
a :...a.n(s,-, lc ar s:. 1-Hernieliria 68,- $6.40 .' .,-;.:.
!:,., .- Boyd Brothers Insur. ..
Shaws Giit Shopi ,-, :
: ,.. -.,...,;:, -,,, Ebonite Tornadoes ,,
' '' ''''' ,-- : -...,, -;: ,,,,' - -- ,..,, .,-,--- ,- -: -- ---, : '',';'. ".'. !-!.' ----' ',..' "4- -""'"-' :'- :,- '',, Grecha : Music -.:;' '';.' :. '..
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i Civa Vaux Ilall,,,t ''
. ,' ' '1 ' 5 ;. ,,i,", ... 1.- ; .,-',.- c --, 1.1)on ',fiche, $5.20, 3.40..,7 ; .-.,. :.. Alde,nMailorder2.,. t n-c
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..' gels. Williams,. Burchet
' '' ",-- -, -': k- ter a splendid year in Cleveland, .1 -.:,:4:. li::.:,:::::i,..::::e.::;.-. t.Saberano- $22,80, 612.20 ; ', -; ,, ,... ., , ,,. ,,,,I.,.
AGUE, expresses, delight with the change., ,-, J.::,,.;...:, ,-,;::;-:::;;I:4;:.-:"::- ,,t7.,,i:g.:::44:,-. 2.Mimi 613.40- !':,; '-, ,i-,; .-' .:. '''. B yd Brothors
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, .1LA I In 03a, ior a seven season aver,1 : ialAi rt KALI!:
., In age of 98. Last season, theOrieles , ...A 1-Clafucha $3.20

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-- I NISC uL PO. Lanni, ACUOLaii9 Lalv AA Ataa.a ,.. ... ,.. :,,,,,.., k :. , ,I 1-kettli U13114 .1..t.Utli. fa.tt .....- ..., ,,
played .500 ball to finish just one .:: k, i 2.1yrieal 0.t.- e ) , , ,. ,,
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' : '' '''' '' 10 game out of the first division. '. W q ----i ,
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AP111111 ,.., . nit:bards turned In similar fine i ) . rA...,-- .A An ii.,s on ,a. a ,-,

v,ar. , --------- ------ -- .:.;,N k At- cr 11., .,470- .i:..,, 4.- i vi ev el vi.qt4 qw:ov ,- 2 ;' ,,,v s; : : ; cans -toos,;xt ea y.
,..0 JaCK bemmull isti time came back for more. ,', '- Pm17-,1'''''.7 't,''''' ,,;,,., jobs' in the minors and with the :-, -- AV ',;. ,,s" .,: .:.:.::,;, A 2-Embassy 3.40;: ,", ,."',",r-.,.1", 4 "., The big,,policy,maker for the vie..
is "OPERATION. MAD BALL" ,, A bard right cross clipped John. Cirv. Athretiri '. -, 18 White, Sox to earn the reputation -A' (,,., : :..,:,...,..i.'1.,:.- Second Dnubloi'41340 ,. ;,' tors wat 110hHoward with A boom boom&
& boom& ' 'Randolph Scott in son early in the tenth round and jense'h,,Red Sox I- - li of having a special sort 'of base- -.. ,,.. ' ..?,.. ,:-.......,-,;::.:!:..-r;::F.'.,, ., .;-- ----,;.-6',.r-: ,,.,''....:' filing, 616, big best of. the season,
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the now arm-weary Johnson went '" 18 baU magic.' In Chicag0 and Bal. :...,,-.;,.:-. :.... .11'. ,i:.).. ,:.'M EIGHTH RACE ,, and tagging" Along with him, yas
,, in Megacope Ss Colori on his bicycle for the rest of --the Carr I Indians 9 timore,he accnmplished the feats ;,-ki-,:.-,..,:-. 5,, ,:i:( ,E''..:.:, .:.i...::.:4 1.-Teloreo $.3.40, $3:20,-.!t-"".'::'' '"y," Ray' Murphy for 514. -' For, the
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Vernon, Indians ", ;
1 ; 4L'' 4c---,----9 contest. The crowd was on its feet i
( tied ,,,ithl- 2 .--aPiee) ', chiefly with 'athletes, especially .-;:.:.:,;,.... ,.::i. :,:-i.:,.',;- ,N.':i,:-, ?.Orimilda., COO 't.:- .:1",'i. i .-1.,' Paints it:was only Kitty Gallahair
yelling for Santamarla to piit his -, ,, .; ...',,,, : ,', r pitchers,, who had not done well t'-..,:,..i';'i's:;:;!!...t ..: .:.,......:.:- ...,,?L.:',,e-. :: Chiinietav S10.89,',7',' ",'-,-4: 'that luittind the opposition with .,,s
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; w man away,. when the .final; gong t-77.-...- -- ; - elsewhera. They, must like to, play ,'.:.-;.-:....-?. , i ,, -, .!,.- :.:,.. -v.:,, ,,,,,:: : s!, --,-. ' ,,, i-, 97-t .0, -,.... 1 -1-,,,-, ,,- ; ..
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I SERVICE -- In the semifinal lioctor Hicks,: .. ," ,, '- -.-,.- ,,, -:' ,, ,,-.,;-,-.,-:''-:'..,.,;.,:::::.-'.:. :,:".- '-; 1.0uickie .$4.20, $2.60 ---- L '. ; '. 'National Electrii Center 2 '
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'"'' ' CENTERS 119 1-2, who like,' Santamarla
hails from Colon, mad' his Pan- ,' -,'
' 'PITCHERS ' -
RICHARDS WAS standing 'be., "'"7.1.1r.!!!",,4--;,,.:.' :; :-- ,.,,:- 1, 2.Quadalcanal $4.60,. ..' '-'. k- ... Life Savers 1
bind the batting cage watching a ....L...ii.,.1,...:-,1.2.'.',...--,,,,:....; ; -- ,J3no,Two; 122-40 ''-- -
' TONIGHT ma City debut in Improssivo ,: ''.. ,, ',' 4 :' -"1: nondescript flock -of Orioles, se. j ''s ol Riihards ., ', ; :- :',L ...4""'.. ' '
.. a . .. ' 'I db R'
The Natinal Electric e y ed
lone. Ho lived up to advancs not- ' ' veral of whom the baseball writ. , -. , .1 TFN 1 a KALIF elvarit a "A Mel VIA eng.,12.fletfl Lob
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I Ices and battered Roy Theyke, rm. Luc pitarumit wut,- 0 t 0 1 1 RNT111. KAL ;
PITCHING ' erg bad n ver beard of, take their 1-Golden Rocket $3, $2.20
BALBOA 1:30 & 11:35 M 1-4, into. near helplessness National 'League W'L Pct. cuts. , hair.e .a hand' in the deVelopment
Rock Hudson Jennifer Joneo In three- rounds. -Thoyke failed sal. 0 1000 of young pitchers like Billy (rDell
to answer the hen for the fourth raves. 2-Cooksmaid 42.20
'A FAREWELL TO anmg" Podres, DodgerA 4 0 1.009 "Handling this' bunch ahOuld be JerrYi Walker and Milt PaPPas ELEV.' ENTH RACE
CinemaScope & Color! Gomez, Giants ,' Z 0 1.000 more fun than managing tbe yaix., We sent another kid;, Steve Dal- Itanina $2.40,.2.20
I Serafin Garcia, -124,tasily hut hutwant."'
want."' hutwant."' Purkey, Redlegs "" 211 LOW kees," said someone. kowski,, to Knoxville. There isn't
2- onaco 2.20.

' 1.aaat,,a .6.,,,tuai AU 11141,11t1U0g 1,4, in spann, zraves a 1, imuy , another left-hander in baseball as .., ,.. .....-,-.. : fail, bicattlie, the Nationil -tea
one of the two four-round prelim- Friend, Pirates( ' 2 0 11000 ''' "You're the first one who has fast as he ta right now unless t SATURDAY'S DIVIDENDS: the itrst game by 11 pins.- T h e
! 1 ,cel .7:versa Dodo Days:ee inarirs.' Cisco Kid; 116, scored a Elston, Cubs ',, V 2 0 1000 sem that, but you. could have is ,Ilerb Score. 1 ,, ' ,, , : FIRST RACE t, , -, s package of Life Savers came back
I "IRE PAJAMA GAME" (Color)
pitching., There is nothing wrong ,
1-Pasatiempo $3,60, $3.20, :,,. strong and tookthe second game,
. but the renters were not to be de deI
I deI 1, 1 unanimous decision over Raton ,!---- '' r Or nthing there." rePlie
Gudifio,-118, In the trogram open- AMERICAN,LEAGUE ards, who might have added that
every home admission above 900..
Ing four-round preliminary. ,,, ,.! $45,000 a year and five cents for
Rich. "This club is going to have great
with our pitchingtight now, ,114,11 !--!.. m. ,i,15'.M,. arYIr...$3'2 '-' ,,,t ,..,-' ' nied and took the last game:. Two
4, -,...---- Larsen, Yanks ,',-- ; 2 0 1.000
t s' DIABLO T:09 Harshman,r0
rioles ---, 2 1.000 matter of fact. - .
Ours problem is what to use of
SECOND RACE : : Life' Savers, Dick La Beau and
', I Gregg Palmer Allison Hayes Panama-Open ,,
, .,,.,.. ,o Ai. Roophimnsaoinot. Thn'aegu.Y-'re
his own pleasure. e ' ,,..r-,'" 2-Rotilante $3.20 11 ' '''' .- 524. ..,,...,.',..,,,,,, '- -',, ,,, ,,
rune), , 1-Dawn Song $4.20, $3 , ,, Burt De Veau had Identical marks
t ,,, I ,,,,,,zommEs OF MORA TAU ,,,,, ...,, .,,..,.. ,,, ...,,,..,...
. '. Foytack,, Tigers-- ... 2 e 1.000 ,,,, ...
Garver, (Athletics 1,, 2 0 tuuu-- ta8eS the Pain. Everybody to
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' BALTIMORE SUFFERS FROM ' ..--..",-..- '' ,'" --. Firestone Rstreads 3
Tennis Tourney y ly Take Al Pilarcik and Brooks 1- A
, B et 1 Senators. ; 2 0 1.000 .. '
, Ramos, Senators It oin to I), the mormal baseball trouble. , k THIRD, KACE -,. ', Oilhitte Blades 0
re";.11A. n..clg-The'n7:01u '., .ilv-:-;-cit."'t'w0 tyg ID-1-y---s. ''''''' ..n L.Toxic 5.80, $2.80. :
MARGARITA 0:15 & 7:ss , .,,,,, ? Terry, Athletics 2 0 1000 t .
I e a i a er co First Double:' $1.80 1'7- ' ..
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f "IIMR THE HIGH MON. e
Attil 1111110C An21 ",....-4 t-mon ,-, s e 1 non
,1,11' Mr 1 Turley, Yankees, 2. 0 ,1.000
9111zinnuita LIAO ,i, $ r A sour note entered the proceed.

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0.1r a- I.e. mIx IL At OMENNIMME ,.., tour otner American League clubs :-:,:, 18 ... .. -.
, .. 'I'm."'" 111i1 and they'd run the Yankees all ,.. ..t. 9 n,r-Tly'l'S :' ,' --
1 r 1 El th -way down the stretch, In our .. Fopirrit.,11. ACI ..;
i spARA1101 SANTA CRUZ natAnlbyteprttf0Loran,evy mannr1. ir,nar11,23tentlhaa. ,...: ,, 4 .. '., .7 .
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- team-Ramon-Ramfrez.Eloy cirtt liriels 1 6-0 "- 1 1r-141: )7 La cvnie5 1
Btirt Lancaster t;rehrl NEsigahlteded chez In the second round of the TODAY '''" e
McDougald :arid Mickey Mantle Don LUIS S-.1AU,sz.zu
a $4.20
Tony Curtis and Panama Open" 'Tennii Tnurna.
, v Mantle. ,
and, you'd see. Oh, just give us '
uswfxr SMELL ZOMBIES or ment sponsored bv Vonrge r), ma , ,
1 Frank Lane clatms it wati Rich.
- ' LAST DAY! 2. so,lietitoo-2,,i4nolo
OF SUCCESS" MORA TAU" ofird at the courts of the National ,
oy pe s g e DOUBLE' RELEASE,' ards' impatience that enabled the $2F
' 1-Mohicano $2.
20 220
' I m wlmmin Pool. h PALERMO, Sicily, April 27 (
f scare was OA 8.2. South Africa's Heather Segal , 1 etst T 2 21 720TH '11A.CE.

, i uvuoLL np-cA3E; m arus lin Patience that enantea tne 2,.suverio z220 'lams tannea alp nna NRI tor ult.
I -sc-,Th'oreisTsv- aaftsertinlo. :-211.t , , -- South Africa's -Ileither Segal
't ' 4rAme BIERD' 615 is 1101 , L I. Indians to get Larry Doby in the : ,, ., , lette and the firey Firestone quin,
, Dan Daily ., Jane Manallel :IS tt, Will be won the woments singles of the In.
, Angel DelvalleEarl 0 in4 p h r o v ternational Tennis Tournament cof PredVettattl, SAC ling and D
, 'sal tenor I deal which gave the Orioles Wood. SIXTH RACE. tet's Bob Storey had a legit 504
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Hints WAYWARD 111.1r ick Wiliam& Richards' 'lltiotuS' $48:410, $26 20 a d 591 hdep set, and John Eden!
Uainst Ceorre MadurnSaverin Palermo today when she downed I 0 o ."
,.,141011"'"' ,,,, version is.tthat Baltimore. svas bet. 2-Philipipon 23.80 , - a 566. ,, , ,,
4 melfl, The winner of ibis match Mexico's Yolanda Ramirez five- I
0 ter nit wr 11 the two for thp one, '4," ,,'...--;'-- '' 1, ,,
' will meet toney.Ben3amin for one seven, sitthree, sit-two lit a hard.
tit 7 Richards has more patience SEVENTH RACE -Turco Products 2
i' of the tournament's final berths. fought match. 4 Itt- '
, with pia ers than anv manaler, 1-Grand,Finish $6.20 $5 40 . Aldine Meilorder 1 ,,
4 n I've ever known." comm
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, , , ., 0 .', r,-,- 1,,,....-013 Tv BrechPen, the pitching coach : Second Double: $155.80: -, Going into the fray with 82 pix
ented Hai 2-Topacio'10,20 .. '' ,, ,,, .,,
i "They get more individual atten:, , ,-- , handicap the Aldens Mailorder put
. t(1411.1 sr, 1 floe from him If they have an EIGHTH RACE ,. together a super duper 907 gami
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t 'II I I' )-
6 i ,, a a frii.-
is r
, di talent and ambition, he'll bring it 1-Denngalope $4,20; $2.20 which should have been enough t(
i. out. Re, builds their confidence, 2.Bodegon $160 ', 2 ',, win but the JTurco Products cam
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a 1 gjil 10 IA Illn di umcevnefaluPosuugurTtesm. 171,n, tempera. ., ,,, ,,. :,' ', rt111Pl;-f4,. '',i ;.,
- 35e. -----;----. 20e,t 35e. .-------;-;- 20e.-4 2514' ------ 15e., 350. 4,-b-------- 2-15 1111 1 i '' "Paul is one yr the greet in. , NINTH RACE -;
111 Starring DEAN JAGGER
. 0 structors. Al Pilarclic, for exam 1-E1 Aghella $6.60, 04.80 .' 1 ',:s '''
: Spanish Program! ', ,, SLAUGHTER 0' It ,- Man In Tbe Shadow i SANDS HP ANGELS pie,. couldn't bunt a lick; but is 2-Affiliation Order, $4.80' ,,,,;, ,' z,
' 10th AVENUE ,' ' with Clark,Oable 1 ,,, one of the best. now and is also One-Two: $32.80 ,-.:' , ,,.;
FLOE DE CANELA
with M., A. Pons '' with Jeff Chandler ' 1 . i. ,-----",---, ALSO! ,,,, punching the ball into left field, .':. , ''' ----- '
'with ,W. Matthau 1 -....Also -- '' ,,,,,-,,,,,,, a Genn-Woodling-la pulling-ths-ball -TENTH, RACE,.; ,
- ''..---'1-41sy Also.
' LOS AMANTES DEL!'
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with R. Montalbn ', With Alan Ladd '' with Pettit Dontrgui. with, Marylin Monroe ,I And how ould anyone, accuse 2-Silver fleets 52.20
.the Resiless, Breed,, au
Pw,uen- be. nuts up with the Bald 1,-S.ahotaitt lt,S2-80, $220 ',
1----3C011 DKAL; III ,,' like he hasn't it 17 previous years. 1-Cantertna ISO, $2,20 , L
ERT LEGION '''. SHOW GIRL
DESIERTO DES ,,
1 Richards of being impatient 1 ELEVENTH RACE

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'ey're a little bit better, De..
t, you could call improved,

ii ilDITOR'S NOTE& When Jew,
l's Seward takes tho teach os
a facorite in tho Kentucky Dor.'
1 y, May ,3, the colt will' have'
:i
, hind him the glamour and
' trong hand of his fabled ov.m ov.m1.
1. ov.m1. Mrs. Elizabeth Arden Gra,
am, who it examined in the
st ef three dispatches. ,
' Sy JIMMY ISRSSLIN.
', 'NEA Staff- Ceretspondent
i EXINGTON,' Ky.' -;---'(NEA) -,-,
en Maine Chance Farm horse
1,.,
' re at Hialeah; Arlington or Bel BelMont
Mont BelMont Park, or,' as Is the ease
with co.favorite Jewel's Reward
and, two otheri, at Churchill
Downs,. for the Kehtucky Derby,
'Malt 3, nothing seems out of the
,admarr,
, A visit to Barn I at Belmont
rark before Jewel's Reward was
Shipped to Louisville showed that.
IThe barn seemed to be the same
los any other. A bit neater, per per'laps,
'laps, per'laps, because medicine cabinets
and mme of the shutters on the
Istallawere painted in the cerise,
white and blue of Mrs. Elizabeth
iArden Graham.- ",
t Groome were stretched out 'in
',camp chairs, the, morning haste
' ,Of work finished, and a non-de,
, Iscrot dog was sleeping under one
i:' of the chairs. At one end of the
4 'shed row 'a fat beagle waddled
i
1", across the neatly raked dirt, then
t iflooped down in the. sun. ''
4,1, Red .,,sweatered exercise boys
,
ifiddled with track near the-barn
1 ,entrance and the horses chomped
'their feed. .' '' t'
ii:, I ,1 ,I-',
't I Next door', however' the womin
4,,,
, eh makes Maine' Chaance differ differ.
. differ. ',eh from any other stable was
f standing on the steps of her cot
,,, 1
i- tare talking with Ivan Parke the
',- tra iner. )
isit "What time Is it in California
,,' sew?" Mrs. Graham wanted to
know. "I am tto be in A17one
tonight and I must be irt Ken
''4 tucky for the breeders' dinner
i
, art of course, the Derby."
' i, It was a typipal scheduled for
,',, rrs. Graham. When she isn't
9' ,making her way throueh the high high,
, high, pressure world of selling women
, 4 on the idea of stayints nvetty. she
i li around horses. That's when
' ". complicatioes se in.
I In the business of training hors horses,
es, horses, it is the little things that
count, the extras which put a man
'",'; a sten ahead of the others. And
- one year Jimmy Smith, now down
-'" in history ss one of more than
- 4f) Maine Chance ,trainers,r. be be'"
'" be'" Leved he had it beat. .'
,,'''N -----
' Smiih haft the Msine Chance
,,Is horse stabled for the Saratoga
:',. mefeting 11-Pv over neAr- the nie
." toresiiie Oklahoma training
,, 'traek, a rood stiff hike from the
' rosin strip.,
, s.
- "We're awsv from all thst
,74,i noise. the horses Can relax
- here," he crowP4,
"4 ; A)1 t, 11 as tsiking. Mrs. Gra.,
larn M ig nmanino. "Oh. this it
' ,terriLict. Look how far my poor
1 rlear horset have to walk to repro
" ,the track. Oh, this is too far for
,throl." ,
, 'i ani 6,1 Jet's Alii," 7,-; ;,,,
'Vp',7a, thp 'jockey wfig sqr,-,'
, ",! LIP say to me, No wIrto ti
'no Col ''FIV to no,..'.' I too r t',
1 o ro r,,,?,, wirm on, i I

my 1,

but we probably improved more
tban all of them."
Ford. the Yankee left hander,
leaned on the bat he was holding
and pointed ,o teammates,arotmd
the batting cage.

ITOP FIRERS. hown demOnstrating his award-Winning techn technAuer
Auer technAuer to Lt. Col. M. F. Moucha, conunanding officer of the 164th
tA4 Bittalion, right, is Sp2 Peter t. Mitchell, of Beadquarters
Jittery. Specialist Mitchell fired an impressive 23 out of 300 With
.45 caliber pistol to cop high fire on the battalion's pistol team.
at left is Capt. Joseph p. F. Bednards, tommanding' officer of A
3attery, who turned in a 211 out of 300 with the..45 for second
lace -on the team. The scores were achieved over the national
isi,atch pistol course at the Clayton Pistol Range. 4. :
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'113ecause o this, trainers come
and gO to'ttuiekly for people to
remember their named and in'
1956 the Maine Chance operation
WOn dIllY 6278,530, which would
seem to, insure that Mrs. Graham
took a solid loss due to .thi aim
of her nstablishment. ,
, There have been other rather
lean years. '.

' Silent Tom Smith ,bgout-, Mrs.
Graham ber biggest, years, t In
1945, Maine Chance was the na..
bon's leading winner with $589
170 and by '47 she had her first
Derby winner, Jet Pilot.
Now this forceful and enter..
taining woman may have another
good one going for her. Jimmy
Kilroc. the handicapper for all
New York tracks and Santa Ant:
ta, wrote a high igure on, Jewel's
Reard, after the Wood Memorial
at JaMiCa.
Kilroe, standing on the tont,
put down his glasses as Eddie
Arcaro sat up in the saddle and
eased up the horst after finishing
first.. ,t
"That colt wasn't all out by
any means," 'Racing Secretary
Kilroe mused. "This is a good
one.",

Field & Stream

BE SURE AND GET DOG
" - IN PICTURE
' The secretary of the field trial
club, camera in hand, ,set up the
picture with four dogs and as ma.
ny handlers and ribbons, three
trophies, two itidges, threee blond
and a brunette with ,an automo automobile,
bile, automobile, a station wagon and a corner
of a lunch cart in the background.
, Ile would with so many figures
would require bis standings so far
back that each- figure -would be
unidentifiable in one or ev,en tIvo
columns.
The trophies partially obscured
the reason for the picture, the
dogs. The ribbons were dapped
over the dogs' backs; or fastened
to their collars so as to make color
and outline utterly confusing.
The irregular background de.
tracted materially from the dogs dogsand
and dogsand made it imoossible for th att,
director to get some spetial effect
which would make the picture and
his pages attractive.
Trying to include so many dogs
and people to be snapned at a
nprtieolnr instant almost luaran,.
tees that one or mire will be K Kan
an Kan unattractive, if not peculiar
pose.
One thing everyone MI do
keep it simple. Choose a clear
Mace with tt clean background,
the roll of a hill with the skV,
,erhann. Take grout) pictures for
the scranbook or remembrance,
1-"eP the fignren et- a minimum
'or the editor. The winning dog--
alone-if he'll pose.
Then add the handler, the handl handler
er handler and owner. then the dog. land,
Ter and two judges. Take the Judge
,,-nerately. Take a shot of all tho
dogn in proper order. Send
ef eneh rend shot, The art
',rector may wish in makea
, or spot the pictures in' the
,,orv.
,01 y.4,0111;17-4 co tt-ot the
( Qotton from any ex
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"Berra is going to. have a big A.1.
year,"- he predicted. "You should 1,
see Yogi swing the bat ii.1 sprint
Guys kite (Hank) Bauer will a .. '" '',
ways be good. Then there's Mick
ey (Mantle). Look at I kid like
Jerry Lumpe. We'll bait him all '
. LA
year. He swings. good. '.,
"The race is going to be -just te111
like sit, was last year,", mate
Ford' ducked down the dugodt Can"
runway for a pre .' game cigaret, clown
passing Casey Stengel, ;who was tn wi
perched on a cushi ined dugout Chan
seat, trying to make up his min
whether the grass in Central hole
strok
Park was nicer looking than the Lin
B.C.,
Yankee Stadium' turf.- .. 1,', 44-Ye
"Central Park ,,00ked real 'pret PGA
ty when I passed through it this
morning," he kept insisting. Inn
: 44

When you manage the- Yankees
you can afford to worry about
Central Park orass. This is a
team which seems to be cement cemented
ed cemented together with power and tal talent
ent talent and It will be shocking, if
they Will by less than 10. There
seems no room for rhubards, no
need for last-minute heroics. ;
This disturbed Jackie Schwartz
of Pitkin Avenue, which is "the
street that slants off Eastern
Parkway when you want to get
to Nevk Lots Avenue. New Lots
Avenue, Brooklyn. You know
where, it is, don't you?"
, Jackie is 42 and he is a bast.
ball fan,' which always meant the
Brooklyn Dodgers to him. Now
he either takes the Yankees or
nothingand Jackie doesn't like
,"Can .you imagine this," he
kept saying, ""me sitting in a left
field seat at Yankee Stadium?
Me seeing the Yankees p ay? The
only time I went te isee the Yen
kees was when we played them.
You 'know,, the Dodgers.
, .4
"Used te yell et Joe DiMaggio
and call him a salami, You had.
da do that. Who ft Ild root for a
guy like DiMaggio 4 He didn't
need no help from nobody, He
didn't need no cheers. He done
it himself' and I used ,to wonder
how, anybody could say, 'I root
for DiMaggio.'
"The same with this kid they
got now, Mantle. How could"you
root for him?l, You root for,the
underdog. For a guy like Pete
Reiser,, you know, the guy al always
ways always bostin1 into wells. Or f o r
Cookie Lavagetto or,Dixie iWalker
lor Whitlow Wyatt, 'specially, whet!
I be' had the bad leg.
"But a guy rootin" for the Yen,.
kees and Mantle is crazy, Here
they are going to win very big.
Yolf can see that. So ivhy be ex.,
citP?".
, It is, the peaceful orderliness
of the Yankees, a stra'nge feeling
Ito line Brooklyn fans 0 who
are see-king bageball entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. There will be a ,day, you
may bp sure, that these peors'e
wilt get over the loss of the Dodg.,
But they never are going to get
used to seeing the Nankees.

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Casp2r
Is Runnerup

" By HAL WOOD 1
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,LAS VEGAS, ,Nev. (UP):Stan
Leonard, an old pru in the art
match play, whipped young Billy
Casper in a head and head duel
down the home stretch yeuerday
to win the rich Tournament of
Champions goir event by one
stroke with a recordcracking 18--
hole score of 275.
,
In a thrilling, a I-clay battle, the
43.year.ol d six 1. times Canadian
PGA champion from Vancouver,
B.C., clinched the contest on the
17th hole when Casper twice went
in the water to Jake a double
bogey..
Leonard 'wound up w'ith a 68
Sunday to go with earlier rounds
of 69-69.69. Casper, finishing with
a 68 Sunday to go with earlier
rounds of 69-69-69. Casper, finish.
ing with a 276, bad rounds of
Up to the ,17th hole the two
men had been in a see-saw battle
from 'the very first and the vie vietory
tory vietory was a sweet .one Tor Stan,
the little man. It was worth 310,-
000the biggest purse by far that
Ito has ever won. Additionally
he pick up another probable
$9,600 as the usual 10 per cent of
the Calcutta pool winner. lie was
owned by C. Et 'Anderson, of Los
Angeles, who paid $11,500 for him
and will' get in return about $96,
000 gross. 0
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, Be t Blows Up ,
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It was a heartbreaker tO 10Se
for the 25.year-old Casper, who
plays out of Apple Valley,
He had led for three days and
was one stroke up on Leonard and
Tommy Bolt when thp day start.
ed. Bolt quickly blew himself out
of contention, but Leonard went
right to work. He and Casper each
birdied the first hole, but' Stan
followed with another bird on the
second to pul even. Casper re.
gained the lead with a bird on
the filth hole, bur Stan, rolled in
a 12-footer on the ninth go
everp--with a 33 to Billy the
Kid's 34.
As the birdie battle continued,
they both. rolled in one.under.par
putts on the- 10th,'. but Casper,
fighting for his life, tanked an another
other another birdie putt on the 12th to
go back into the lead. But Sean
came, bittling. back. He birdied
the) 13tiv, to go even, and then
went one up with another birdie
on the 15th. However, a bogey on
the 16th evened it up again. t
Then came the fatal 17th which
has ,the fingers of a lake along
tha left aide?' I
', Stranahan Third ,
-, Casper's tee shot found th,p' wa..
ter for a one-st,roke penalty, His
second shot went in the water
again for another penalty, and he
took a double bogey six against
a lour for the new champion.
Casper finished off with an even'
par on the last hole as Leonard
played it safe for a bogey to win
by a single shot.
' Frank Stranahan, who had
started the day, three' strokes be.,
hind Casper, finished the day with
a 71. for a 280good oy third
place. - ,
Meanwhile, the three-time with

THE FORT ROME REGULARS, PAM' baseball champions, are pictured here at a recent banquet held at ,the Fort Kobbi3
NC04 Club.. Several military dignitaries were present for the al lair including Srigadier General Milton L.' Ogden (far left), 5
VSARCARIS deputy commanding general, who presented awa;cis to the Regulars. This banquet was ,thtwindup climax for
the chtunps.-'(11.S., Army Photo) , 5. A : ' : -

ner, Gene Littler, finished strong
with a 68 for a 281, which tied
hith for fourth place with Bolt.
' Bolt had started the day with
an eagle three, on the' first hole
but finished Jadly for a 74.
Before the tourney started, Stan
said: s,
"I'll settle 'for a 69 each day.
As things turned out that would
not have,won.- He had three 9s--
plus Sunday's 68 4or, his 275,
which is three strokes better than
the tournament record set by Art
Wall four years ,ago,' --
' In I this tournament, Casper'
picked up S5,000 for second place,
and Stranahan got $2,500 for
Leonard has been known chief chiefly
ly chiefly for his triumphs in. Canada. He
was not a steady touring pro un until
til until last year. He quit 'his pro job
in Vancouver to go on tour and
qualified ior, this event with a
victory in the Greensboro, N.C.,
tournament in April, 1957. Prior
to Sunday that was the on'y ma major
jor major tournament Leonard irnd ever
won in the United States,- al although
though although had been close' in
14,,,itteleirmean, den' jt.,
ernaacnhY--. wBitehhin4d282
(Dutch) Harrison and Masters
champion Arnold Palmer. At 283
came pre-tourney favorite Ken
Venturi, George Bayer ,and Gard Gardner
ner Gardner Dickin.T.A.toL

OFFICIAL, UST '0

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mplete Trize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2042, Sunday, April 27, 1958
, The whole ticket has 5: pieces divided in two seiles "A", 8s. "B",ot 28 pieces each

Pt 0- PrixoP No. Prin. No Prizto No. Prize, No. Prito No, Prig. Prim trim PriO No. Privily,
1 1 -,, -:-$ ,,, .8 '11
0074 158.00 1071 156.01 2074 ; 156.00 3074 156.00 4074 156.60 0o74 156.61 1074 1514.00 7074 156.01 8054 156.00 0074 1. 156.06
0170 ,' 158.00 1174-'156.00 2174 156.08 3174 156.01 4174 156.00 5174 ,,,1541.00 6174 156.00 7174 156.00 8174 156.00 9174 .156.00
0274 150.00 1274 156.00 2274 156.00 3274 156.00 4274 156.00 5274 156.16 6274 15640 7274 156.01 8274 158.00 8274 4- 12220
0374 156.00 1314 156.00 2374 156.00 3374 '-'156.60 4374 150.00 5374 ,0 156.01 6374 156.00 7374 '156.10 8374 156.00 9374 151.00
6474 156 00 1474 156.00 2474 156.01 3474 156.00 4474 150.00 5474 156.01 6474 15640 7474 156.00 8474 156.00 9474 156.00
1574 '2,600.00 1574 2,000.01 2574 2,600.00 3574 2,600.00 4574 2,601.01 5574 2,00.01 4574 52,000,00 7574, 2,800.00 1574 2,600.00 9574' 2,60004
N74 156.00 1674 156.00 2674', 156.00 3674 156.00 4674 156.00 5674 I 756.00 8674 156.00 7674 156,00 1674 15640 9674 156.110
1774 156.60 1774 154.00 2774 156.08 3774 750,00 4774 706.00 9774 154,00 6774 156.00 7774 156.00 8774 156.410 0774 156.011
0874 150,00 1874 156.04 2874 756.00 3074- 156.00 41174 156.00 54474 156.410 0874 156.041 7174 156.041 8874 1541.10 9874 150.00
0974 154.00 1974 156.01 2974 156.01 3974 156,01 4974 '1156.041 594 150410 1974 7974 1511.00 8974 156.01 11974 15610

I' 1595' : 129' .09
1561 520.99

8561 620641
6568 126.66

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C LEAGUE SOFTBALL
rrhe Indians continue to lead
the loop in the illalboa Junior.
Senior Highs intramurals softball
league. They held into their lead
by defeating the Tigers 0 to 5 and
the Yankees 10 to 6. These impres impresliVe
liVe impresliVe wins esablished the Indians
as the favorites of the four team
league.

, 0393 261.01 1393 261.01 3393 211.11 2393
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138f 130.01 1381 131.11 1389- 130.00 0391

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6394, 130.00 6394 130.00 6389 130.00 9390
1395 ' 130.00 1387 13010 1389- 130.00 9391

0012 150.00 1912 1511'.00 2912
3903 a 104.0N 3905 104.00 3907
3mi 1A4 M 3901 1114 M

4M111M

First -Prize. '4,
Second Prize.
-Third-Prize.-.

NOTE. rhe chino. tickets with the last cipher and With the twis
, eiphers inch only to the Find Prize.
The First Prize and the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drawn separately 'The ap
proximations are calempted on the First, Second and Third Prizes in case
a tiehet should tam ll.e numbera Tot pach prize. the bolder ti entitled to
claim rtasment for each ,, f, ,

DRAVE:G OF -IIIE,3 STRIKES
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Sunday, April 27, 1958 -
prawfug Number 743 '

Fraction Ticket
$11.00 S2 0.00
- 3.00 60.00

77

Tamura

In the 10.6 win Over the Yankees Athletics
the Indiant came from behind by bat.
scoring 4 runs in the fourth and The oft
Mit innings anise the Yankees lectics on
had ,I ad 4.2. Fred Chase hit a were defe
home run for the while John Fort., This win
une paced the losers with 3 hits. ownershii
a very, important game the Yankees
Indians WOR their second game of second' ir
the week by defeating the Tigers The Athli
9-5: The Inal9tis esme up with 5 ing one r
big runs in the first: inning and in 'he lot
were MVO', challenged. The, Tig. tsefithio
e-s scored 2 lit, the first and 3 in Chrrlie P
the lonrilt to. secount for all their rnerville.
runt', dike ,Williams lead the In. perfect et
diens i.ssault with 2 hits, while two rund,
Bobby Brandon had a field day ;
for the Tigers collecting 4 straight Star
, , Team
, The other 2 games o4 the week.Indians

,
saw the Athletics upset the Tigers
3-2 and the Yankees defeat the
Athletics 5-2 to take over second
place in the standings.
, In a sell played game the Ath Athletics
letics Athletics scored 2 runs in the top the
fifth for a come from behind 3-2
victory over,,the favored 'Tigers.
The Tigers managed only 5 hits
off Athletic pitcher Bill Mounts,
with no Tiger player getting more
than one, Charlie Parker led the
Athletics with 2 hits hi 3 times at
bat.
, The other gRme saw tile, Alt Altlectics
lectics Altlectics on the losing end, a they
were defeated 5-2 by the Yankees.
Thia win gave the Yankees sole.
ownership of second place, The
Yankees scored 3 runs in the
second' inning and 2 in the fifth.
The Athletics countered by Icor Icorhip,
hip, Icorhip, one run in the second and one
'he fourth. Al Osborne allowed
tse'"fithlelln only 2 hits. one by
Chrrlie Parked and by S'-an
rnerville. George Casira had a
perfect day by. getting two 4' hits,
two rund, in two trips to the plate.
Standings as of April 25
Team ,, W L Pct.
Indians : 4 0 1.000

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PANAMA, REPUBLIC CP PAAMA

Approximafions' Derived., Rom First

0501 ; $520s-00 1 0571 520.60 0573 521.00 0571 520.00 I 1575 529 66
0570 520.00 0572 520.00' 0575 ,520.00 15770. 520.00, 1571 520.10

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ilkiproilmatiois, Derived From' Thfrd 'Prize'L

Yankees
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Athletics

- ' Signed by: Governor of the Province of Panama, JOSE, A.',CAJAR ESCALA
, ,, The Representative of the Treasurr JOSE MANUEL SILVERA
WITNESSES: Vicente A. torreaCed. E-23379 ,, JULIO R. VALDES D.. ,
Mamie) S. CarcamoCed. ,47-701147 Notary Public. Panama

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6581 5Z0.00

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PRIZES ARE i'AID WITHOUT DIS(TUNTS OR fAXES

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- Horses:lees v
Carl Tooth m a n won the A
League horseshoe championship
over 'a small field of four rivals.
Toothman ,deleated 'Henry
Schmidt in his first match, and
then dezeated JoJey Turner 15-9.
to win the title.' Other boys in the:
tournament were Juan Vecchione,
defeated by ""tner t-1 wrank
Townsend, forced OuL by illness.
In the B League competition 13
boys starting throwing the ,shoes
early. in the week as the single
elimination tournament got under
wayt When 'ell the dus', had se--
tied after four days of competi-
tion, Dennis Fradghavi emer4e1
Ps the eutrivi. defep4f.i Sitti
151, Jim '1Bassett ISM,' and
'Ed Eddleman by', default to-, get
to.the finals against Fred Fernan Fernandez.
dez. Fernandez. In the 114 opponent
the Inals has won from Haery.
iMit4ilinnittiRnedfi41115n-ita9';vs:Plw4 liming 1541.

'BENEFICENCE

6512 520.106
6513 520.00

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130.91 9392 ,- 130 10 6395 130.01 1397 t31.40 6399 130.09 1411 13049
130.06 6394 130.09 6391 130.11 1391 130.00 6400 '130.00 9401 130.00

3913 104 00' 3905 104.01 3907 104.11 39011 104,00 3911 194.10 3914 1114.00 3111 : 104.10 3918 104.01 3921' 11400
3904 104.00 3904 104.01 3908 104.11 t 3911 114.00 3913 (114.01 3915 104.91 3917 ; 1114.00 '3919 104.01 3921. 119491

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Frizi-winning Numbers of yestemlay's Lottery' Drawing Were sold at: The lst 'and 3rd in Fanama, 2nOn 'Colon',
- The Nine Hundred While tickets 'ending' in and not ine luded in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars 02.00) each.
' The Whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series IS" of 26 pieces each ,

PABLO A. PINEL
' : Secretary..

Che prizes ill be min In accordance with the Official List el Panamik m,
the ,ffirps of thp .11nnek nenetirtnt tottery Intoned an Central A
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No.- 204 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, MAY 4. 1958
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' Divided ir Iwo series of 21, fractions each denominated "A4 and 81
: ' FIRST PRIZE "',
, 1 Pint Prize. Series A and 13 of 1261E080 each series 15200000
' 1 Second Prize, Series A-and 8, of ,t 7.80040 each series 15.600.00
1 Third Prize, Series A,sind 8. of 3.900.00 each series 7.60000
11 Approximations. Series A and 11,.. Of 260.00 each eries 1.310
0 prizes seriaa and R. of ,1,300.00 each series 23.40000
111 Prizes., Serien,,A and B.' of ,-. 71 00 each series 11.040 nit
100 Prizes. Serie,' A and B. of ; 26.00 each seriea 46.600 so
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11 Approximations.' Series A and B. of .8: 63.00 each series; 1 231000
1 Prizes, Serie A and B. ot 130.00 each series 2.310.00
, : TRIM" FMK" ".
, ,111 Appmximations. Series A and h. of 1 :12.00 each series '11.872.00
Prizes. Series A. and, S. of '4.00 each series: 1.401.00
1171 Prizes Total 3176.151.01

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111 Appmximations. Series A and h. et 1 .12 00 each series 11, 1,872 00
1111:11111' "."11 land' guryhthimelhuighk q:u4:6;111;ty:,:trtou:grSh, rize. 4.1 ': 74 $1.1.00 S2i0.00 Prizes. Series A, end S. of 00 each aerie' 1.401 00
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Secon(l'Prize, 94, 3.00 60.00
--Third -Prizr-;'- Pri" cif a wit e 26 ()(:)
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TEL. 3-4550 BOX 1913,
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t n won the A :
championship s
of four rivals.
ated 'Henry
st match, and
y Turner 15-9
her boys in the.'
uan Vecchione,
r wrank
OUL by illness.
competition 13 ,
wing the shoes
as the single
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1958
Led "A' and 131
h series $52,000 00
h series 15.800 00 t
h merle. 7,800 Oh
h series 8180 00 2
h serien 23.400 00
h series 14.040 0h ,i,
h series 48.W
h Perim S 2,340 00
b series 2.340.00
h series 1,872 00
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,LAS VEGAS,' ,Nevl (UP):-Stan 0, ) ,
Leonard, an old pro in the art o . i
" "The race is going to be just
0 like .1t, was last year," match play, whipped young Billy .. ',
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- '''' Ford' ducked down the dugout Casper in a head and 'head duel
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. runway for a pre game cigaret, down the home stretch yes,erday !, .' ,,:.
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to win the. rich-. Tournament of '',..', ',. : , : k ..
, passing Casey Stengel, who was ,
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,,,, 0 ; perched on a cushi died dugout Champions golf event by one ... f. 1, k
, ,, - '''' ', seat, trying to make up his mind stroke with a recordcracking 184- ,., .,
' ., hole score of 275. ,.. .s.
' I whether the grass in Central
, ...In a thrilling, a Lday battle, the ....i.:....,
" i -00 Park was nicer looking than the
, '4 ,(' ( ' 4 Yankee Stadium' t,urf. ', 43-year.ol d six 1. times Canadian ..
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, 4 t ss- ' "Central Park iooked rial 'pret PGA champion from Vancouver, "- ,
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' ty when I passed through it this B.C., clinched the contest on the
, -- : morning," he kept insisting. 17th hole when Casper twice went .
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s. ,,
Sunday to. go with earlier .rounds NCO" Club.. Several Military dignitaries were present for the aliair including trigadier General Milton 1,,' Ogden (far left) ' ':
- s. Central Park orass. This is a
team which seems to be cement. I cl ,62.1:69..,Sas4per, linihing with VSARCAR1B deputy commanding general, who presented awa;ds to the Ytegulara This banquet was th 1 d 11 f '
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will be a ,day, You ter for a one.stroke penalty, His
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will get over the loss of the Dodc, again for another penalty, and he
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

We now have a good supply et famous Garrard
HI-Flt Reeordehangers, rtriss 4 Itcss
' SpetiarCi. Prices!

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FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
' Bush House. Ono mile pa thl
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.

PHILLIPS Oreansids Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Pa:
: Pa: mama 3-1877. Cristobal 34673.
,

: rpit. RENT Furnished house,
cnaiet style, living dining room:-
, 1 medium bedrooms, service."
kitchen, porch, etc. 48th Street
and Uruguay Street, Bella Vista''
left hand No. 25.

FOR RENT --, Two bedrooms
- and maid's room, chalet, garago.
lock Bs Fibregs. No. 11 Pass..
k dens.

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Resorts

Houses

ROOMS

', FOR RENT Beautifully fur.. s
&shed housekeeping room, dog- 1
s cooth, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove; .1
: bath,,and entrance independent.''.
' No. 3 52nd Street. Phone 3-
I 0638.
ts. FOR RENT Campo Alegre:,
11 Nicely furpished, cool room,
private bath, delicious meals,
; European style. Call 3-17E9.

,
:Harr Oakis' Son
:Die hi Hospital.'

NEW YORE, April 28 (UP)
William Pitt Oakes, 27, a son of
millionaire Sir Harry Oakes who
' was murdered in Nassau, the Ea Ea..
.. Ea.. hamas, in 1943, died at a Bronx
Sanitarium late Saturday.
.
; Oakes was said to have died
of a heart ailment complicated by
a liver ailment. He had been taken
,to West Hi 11 Sanataritun at 10:30
p.m. from a Manhattan Hote Land
died less than half an hour aft after,
er, after, his admissios., ,
sister, Miss Shhiey Oakes,
era ha had suf,ered from a heart
murmur and "he had not been
' ivery
t Sir Harry Oakes, weathly min minling
ling minling operator, was found slain in
this Nassau home on Jun ly 7, 1943.
, His son-in-law, Count Alfred de
Marighy, was tried for the murd.
, er and acquitteth No one else
, has been brought to trial.

1Father Rena !do
taro Direct Rosary
IChoir On May,11
'The Rev. Daniel Rena ldo, of the
1St. Vincent's Church in Rainbow
tCity, will again direct the choir
t that will take part 'in the sixth
--t Family Rosary to be held at the
Mount Hope Stpdium on Mother's,
, Day, May 11, at 7 p.m.
Father Renaldo, who is noted for
his musical ability and education,
has led the rosary choir for many
, years. The choir will be a combin..
- ed voup made up of parishioners
s of the various Atlantic side
.1 churches. Hymns in Latin.. Span Span.,
., Span., ish, and English will be rendered
t in honor of the Blessed Virgin Ma,.

,
I The presentation of sacred
' hymns by the choir will be inter.
I spersed throughout the Evening
, and are expected to be ati OtIt
1 standing featurs of this sixth an.
' nual "Prayer for Peace" program.

YALE
Registered Trademark
INDUSTRIAL LIFT
TRUCKS 'AND HOISTS
Locai Representative
, M. A. POWELL, S. A.
.. COLON'

Tel 74.108 Apartado 199

Tickets for the concert
.
of the PHILARMONIC
SYMPHONIC! ORCHES ORCHESTAA'OF
TAA'OF ORCHESTAA'OF NEW YORK on
the 29th of April are,
mow on sale at Morri Morrison's'
son's' Morrison's' and I. L, Maduro

partmints .1

FOR RENT Modern furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment with two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. livinerooml dining TO01114
kitchen, garsie and sip closets.
46th Street No. 262. For infor infor,
, infor, mation. call 3-1423.

FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment t well ventilated 2 best.
room, living-dming, kitchen,
bathroom, front. back porches.
U.S. Army inspected, 45th St.
2-241. Telephone 3-5351.

, FOR RENT Furnished apart.
'.ment, Porch, Parlor-Diningroomo,
Bedroom, Kitchen,' Gore ge,
Tiled. Screened, $5500. 'Apply
No., 112, Via Belisarie Ponas,
near Roosevelt Theater.

1 FOR RENT --o Furnished, two
bedroom apartments, garage,
' mald's room, hot water, very
II cool. Campo Alegre ansi. Bella:
Vista.' Phan' ia5024, A 1,
. ,,FOR RENT-a.-- AR coMmoditiee ''o

FOR RENT--,, AO commodities
apartment, 53rd Street ("A
Street before No 1,1 Cangreico),,,
Ie!. 2-3448.

' FOR RENT -- Apartment, three con.
bedrooms, hot water, mairra
room. El Cangrelo, 1. Street, No.
FOR, SALE -- 1956 Mercury.
23. Telt, 2.0487 3-6523,
Montclair 2 door hardtop, radio,
white sielewall tires. duty -paid.
FOR RENT Army inspected
a......;16,4 AMA LANGANIMIS Allhlkebto Tel. Curundu '6233. ,

FOR RENT Army inspected
furnished one k bedroom, apart- ,,'
moot. refrigerator. all conversA
iences, across Arica busstop
;Phone 2-2081. 2-1140.

FOR RENT Furnished one
bedroom apartment, automobile
, row., $70 monthly. Telephone
Balboa 2870..

FOR RENT -- Apartment of one
, bedroom, living-dining ,' room,f
kitchen, service. Carrasquillo
No: 424. Tel. 34364. 4

FOR RENT Modern spacious
two bedroom furnished apart apart'
' apart' mem. km. Peril 37-20. ;
' FOR RENT Beautifully ;fur...,
nished two bedtoom apartment,
large living, dining. lot .water,
balcony, maid'i quarters, lalin.4
dry room, garage, gardener's
service Included. 3-3884. Call
after 6 p.m. please.

WASHINGTON, April 28 alln--
Secretary of Interior Fred A. Sea Seaton
ton Seaton proposed today a five-year
price support program for five
minerals.
Seaton, testifying before the sen senate
ate senate Interior Minerals subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, outlined a "domestic ;miner ;minerals
als ;minerals stabilization plan" for copper.
lead, zinc, acid-grade fluorspar
and tungsten.
, The subsidy program would cost
the treasury 161 million dollars
the first year and less "as pro production
duction production responds to demand and
as our economy resumes its long longterm
term longterm health and vigor,''' Seaton
said.
He said a bill setting up Jim
price support plan would be sent
to Congress soon. ',
'rhe payments under the
would be the difference between
an estimated stabilization price Or
each mineral. and the proce it is
bringing on the open market.
Season said there would be "tde "tde(pate
(pate "tde(pate safeguards to :nsure the 9,
,quitable distribution of stabiliza-1
tion payments whthie each indus industry
try industry to give ell producerssmall
or large a chance to participated.
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FLipal.).$.6.0ij.,.1.0sj.:i
TO0).00',..A!..41.0.
iF.O.i...0i'i:..(0iii0b61

Funeral services will be held at
4:30 tomorrow afternoon 'at St.
Paul's Church for Mrs.., Francis
Campbefl, who died at her. home
here yesterday after a long illness.
Burial will follow in Herrera
Cemetery.
A native of Jamaica, EAU.,
Mrs.-1CamPbell, 75,. came to the
Istbnius during the Canal construe.
tion period. She is survived by her
children: Frank, Daisy Mabel and
Ruby; 16 grandchildren, one great
grandchildren and several other
relatives.
She was a member of the Prim.
rose Benevolent Society.

711A'Or NEW YORK START NEW SERVIE
, LONDON (UP )--The S o v I e i
the 29th of April ars, Union will open a he'icopter "taxi"
, 1' service for 'this summer's season
I mow On sale at Morri on the Black Sea resort area of
1 Crimea, Moscow radio said yester yesterson's
son's yesterson's and I. L, Maduro day, The broadcast' said helicop.
ters would shuttle between Sim SimI
I SimI Jr., S. A. ,- eropol and Yalta, a distance of
1 , 130 miles by air, By road the dis dis,6
,6 dis,6 I tances is more than 100 miles.

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BARD4Na 24 NI" Street
INTERNAL Elk PUBLICACIONESNo 3 Lotter Plo CASA EALD0,-Centrel AVIN 45 LOIIRDIO PHARMACYI82 La C111111.4quilla PARMACIP. 2,0M-
111 entrel Ave
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PARMACIA LUXtat Central Aimee SoUSstint,,S EECWANGE-4 w de le Owe Ave. Pic 41 FOTO DOMYJesto Areoetmene Ave. and 33 St FASMAC
MffitRISONdth of Jew Ave. & J St ...LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivoli No. 4 PARMACIA ESIADOS UNIDOS-143 C '' Miscellaneous
VANHER,IIS-311 Street tie es FARMACIA St SAITHISOPetelle IA:My I Street PAIMACIA "SAS"-.Vla Potreo III NOVEDADES ATIIIS :. d :
the Sella 'nide TSeetrik, 0 COIONt Central Avenue ILII1S Tit 02 ' ' ' ' '' '
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, , ALCOHOLICS ANONTAIOUS
' ' 1 ''': '- '.:, -- DRAWER-A" DIABLO
I ,. Automobiles. II Miscellaneous :. 1 : Home,Articles '.,.,T,,. Lesson ,, 2,. o ,2 k.
.. CRISTOBAL., C.

- FOR SALE 1"54 Mercury
Hard Top;, yaw. radio, mer-o
',AMC good condition.' $1,150.
Photo Balboa 2-3676;

FOR SALE 756 Ford 6-pan
Country sedan, 720-B Balboa
after 3 p.m.

,s, FOR SALE -.:..1951': Hudson
Hornet .,4-door,' fair gonditioo.
' 300.00, 1951 Amick super 4-
-- door, very clean, low mileage
$500.00. Call Albrook 7241.

FOR SALE -,-- ipsts Chevrolet
4-DV8 station wagon 19,000
miles. Excellent condi lion
,$1700.00. Phone Cristobal
s 2175' or Balboa 3346.

FOR SALE 1953 Oldsmobila
4' 4 door 18, hydramatic, -4 radio,
, 950.00. Tel. 2-3656, 542 An

notel:,110LIAND 110USE
mins. from the heart of
San Jos, Costa Rica
Completely modem conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: S8 and 58

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with- meal.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse egos.
Dr reservations P, O.

For reservations Pc O.
' Box 4159
Manager: sill and Elener Jaspers

' Serviee Personnel ''
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance, that NEW
or VSED Car or Borrow on yOut
preeert car through .6
Ageny
- "6 representing s''
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILit BOW,
, 6 Panama City.
' Phone 3-41084-3-4435

) TOCIL.FEET MART? :
trebled Chiropodist wiU lettere
any loot trouble, torus, callous.
ses, ingrown toe stails. toot mai.
sage, ate.
SerViCe3 "SCHOLL'P

Products (
J. Atoemena Ave.
3-22i7

r,ansistot"

ELECIRONIC
aASHGUN f!
Temperature ,'of the sun
--: ONLY $32.50

International jewelry
155 Central Ave.'
Phone. 2-2318

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LIFE INSURANCE
,,- call
JIM
, General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552

tlantic 13asketbal
ffi'cial To Hold

rANAmi AMERICAN AN INDEFENDENT DAIL! NE7kSPAPEll

FOR SALE -- Ilsby Grand Bald Bald,
, Bald, win piano in first class condi,
tiers. A new Baldwin acrosenie.
Tune and repair411 kind of pia piaswot
swot piaswot by the wrest expert piano
tuner. L.-F. Garcia, 34 Street.
Crossing Lux Theater. Phone l
4947, 34672.-

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',, EXCURSION
April 26
Fidanque Travel Service
' Tel. 2-1661 14.

Me Oiling jpiiirr,.

The International ; Association
A)f Approved Basketball' Of.
bold a meeting and clinics., at
the Cristobal Y.M.C.A ,temor.,
row at 7 p.m. Those desiring to
become an official are cordially
inyited to ittend this meeting.

,! FOR SALE Ma Ylai Washing
Machine 25 cYcle, wringor typo.
Phone P.C. 4-434 er see at
2623A Coteli.

FOR SALE ,--,- Small horse. Call
2-1895, 1-1891.

FO'll SALE GOOD OPPOR.
',(1.INITY because of engaged.
ed trip, brand new. imported
furniture, classic French style:
, living room, dining room, bed.
h)Ofnl. Other furniture; house.,
hold articles.---Lincoln Premiere
, 4.door Landau 1957 with air.
' conditioningTel, 34721 Pam,
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E0ijinief:Stiqitsl,::).

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: With 'a view toward improving service and correcting
irregulaiities that occur; involuntarily, from time to time,
, THE PANAMA AMERICAN has' established a special

e,wilLop. preciate your.:call trhich tf,i3 c
serv'e you bct:ci

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Sta1.61 Itpvt kook
Into Administi,ifloh
0!

BUFFALO,,N. Y. -'; (UP) -- A
Buffalo motorist has proposed A t
plan to 'curb the number 'of 1
speeding violations and to make
traffic enforcement easierthanks i
to a difference of opinion with a i
motorcycle patrolman.
William H. Butler,a school de-
partment assistant engineer," dis disagreed
agreed disagreed with the patrolman as tc
just how fast he was driving. As
a result Butler devised -system
of speedometer lights thit
would tell a driveror a police policemaninstantly
maninstantly policemaninstantly 'whether his .speed
was aboye or below the limit, 1
The basis of Butler's idea is ,a
color code for 'various ,0 peed,
ranges -- blue tw represent 26 to
30 miles an hour, Yellow 31 to 35,
and seven other color patterns. to
signify other speed ranges. The
system also calls for all highwaY
speed Arnit signs,Airectional sig,
nals and other warnings to' be
painted with the code Color of Its
speed zone. '
Butler explained that the speed speedometer
ometer speedometer would control light panels
along the dashboard- and front
and rear bumpers of an automo automobile:
bile: automobile: Thp driver 'would match the
lights :with the color of the road
sign, and thtto stay within, lhe
speed' limit.. , , i'
The limit panels would not o.
perate at speeds under 25 miles
an hour, Butler said. He suggest suggested
ed suggested that signs governing 15.mile
, an hour school zones be display displayed
ed displayed with white letters on black
1 backgrounds.
1 There's only ne 'drawback to
the system. Butler admits he has
not solved the problem of color colorblind
blind colorblind drivers..., ,, ,. .,, .,- -.4

'CHICAGO (up) ,-.H A. national 1
authority on tax and business law
has reported that many, state leg.
islatures are, considering pkopos. 1
als for policing employe welfare
funds. '
Most of the state' bills, Com-,
merce Clearing House said,' re.
semble the federal bill recently
introduced in the U.S. Senate.
The proposed bills, CCH Said,
usually list, prohibited activities
for trustees of the funds, such as
converting welfare funds to one's
own use; receiving anything of
value froin insurance companies
or hospitals; falsifying reports. i
' Penalties. for .violations Are in included
cluded included in most of the bills, the
CCH report said.
Generally, the bills apply to
funds covering 25 or 'more em employes,;
ployes,; employes,; the report added. But the
bills also designate a state regu regulatory
latory regulatory agency to exercise general
supervision of ,the funds and to
make inspections or control invest investments
ments investments at any time.
The agency said detaileci finan
dal reports are required periodi periodically
cally periodically under most of the porpos.
als,' many of which gall for pub publication
lication publication of a list of all welfare
funds and their trustees.. ,,
1 Californig, Connecticut, New
York, Washington and Wiscossin
already havelaws requiring cam.
prehensive reports showing details
of collections and distributions in
the mangement of employe wel welfare
fare welfare funds, the CCH report said.
It added that these renorts
must be Made 'available by the
trustees to all employes covered
by their respective plans and
are open to public inspection.
A similar law will become ef effective
fective effective in Massachusetts in Octo.
ber, 1958, CCH said.

ON HIS WAY
TOKYO 'MP) Lt. Gen, Don Donald
ald Donald P, Booth,, newly-appointed
high commissioner of the Ityult.,
yuan islands, arrived Let ..AtsUlii
Naval-Air Station yesterday from
Washington en route to his new
post on Okinawa. Booth succeeds
Lt. Gen. James E.., More who is
leaving soon for iv Pentagon as.,
signment.

FOR SALE G.i. automatic
washing machine. 'excellent con condition.,
dition., condition., 100.00., Phone 1121k

Learn minders, piano playing and
Jags. Beginners,' advanced and
classical players. Call Sennett.
phone 3-3656 Panama.

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GENEVA, April 28 (UP)'. The
U: N. conference on the raw of
the sea yient into its Anal day with
a string of split votes on various
poi sa relating to -their territorial
The actual breadth ,of the teng tengtorial
torial tengtorial sea, on which the conference
hasbeen unable to reach a' two two'thirds
'thirds two'thirds decision, was riot in clues.
tion. What the conference was vot
ing 'on today was the series of
other articles adopted by the territorial-sea
committee- which de define
fine define how the territorial:sea is to
be measured and the ".ight of
innocent passage" of foreign ships
through it.
(The form in which these arta.
hies will. be procbtimed is to be
decided later);
Tho debate started with a dozen
announcements that separate vot voting
ing voting would be demanded on various
phrases and paragraphs in thd 24
articles of this section. (A 25th
article, on. the contiguous zone,
was adopted Friday).
The reasons were various.
Among them were;
Saudi Arabia wanted to oil.
minate the phrate which would
in effect oblige It to give !veil
free passage through the' Gulf
of Aqaba. although this, subject
was not actually mentioned.) 1;
..,Norwsly wanted to remove a
paragraph which woud ca4e

,
WASHINGTON (HP)President
Eisenhowerst labor program faces
its first congressional test later to.
day when the Senate votes' on a
proposal to repeal a "unionbust
mg" provision of the 'TaftHartley

Law..
It; was offered by Sen. IL AleX,
ander Smith (LIU.) an
amendment to a,bill which would
require public, accounting of the
operation et employe wane' Ind
pension funds. Smith has proposed
eight other administration amend amendments
ments amendments to the bill,
Tbn 'propoial lwas expected to
be defeated..lt would repeal ea
Ipart of the Taltilartley .Law
which forbids strikers, whose jobs
have been filled by replacements;
from voting in' a union recogni..
don election conducted by the Na.
tional 'Labor Relations Board,
It WAS 'the President who hung
the "union..busting" tag on the
Taft.,Hartley provision during the
1952 presidential election cam..

paign. g,
Detnotratic'leaders so far have
successfully warded off all at.
tempts to change the Welfare fund
control They hive argued
that ,the President's hbor, reform
proposals, as well ai those of Sen Senate
ate Senate GOP leader William Know.
land., shouM tbe subjected to com committee
mittee committee studY- 'r'S
KIKOVillind pushed '0 fivi of his
"labor bill of rights'' amendments
to a votelast Friday and Satur,
day. With 10 to 14' Reoublcans
deserting him.- he was defeated ott
aij of the amendments by mar.
gins ranging from 15 to 25 Votes.
Knowland -agreed to sten aside
temnorarily.to let Smith offer the
administration bacimi or000sal.
However, the Senate cpp leader
still has nine' other amendments
which he is expected.to force to

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While Democrats have 'virtually
nledged to bold committee 'hest
ings on the Know land and admin.,
istration'pronosals. some Itconbli.
cans have bluntiv chsrged thst
the,labor committee As to() Two.
labor to write an accentable
It apneared that the-, Senate
eventualy would approve ,,, an
memnewt-free welfare fund eon
trol bill. Under an agreement to
limit elute. final action could
come late ,today or early tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. '
However,' the ;Senate action
may 1111 'come to nothing. Earring
a change in outlook, there
strong doubt the House will feet

- GIFT T IN FOUND'
LONDON (tJP) ialiroad
vestigators today sought an ex.,
olanation of how 'a freight car
loaded with Christmas parcels got
sidetracked on a remote siding at
Leeds last December And stay stayei,..there
ei,..there stayei,..there .,...unnoticat..tor--four
months. The car was part of a
mail train that, left Manchester
Staton Dec. 23. Since Christmas
the post office has paid out huk,
dreds of compensation claims for
lost parcels.

changes in some of 'US baselines'
drawn between low-tide elevations
which have no light houses or oth.
er structures on them.(it lost, and
Norway gave notice that it might
have to consider asking a reser reservation
vation reservation on this pointlater.)
--Turkey wanted to show its dis disapproval
approval disapproval of a parkgraph prevent preventing
ing preventing arrests on board ship ; for
crimes commAted elsewhere than
in territorial waters.
...-The USSR wanted to tut out
a requirement to permit innocent
passage through waters which had
previously been 'erritorial or' high
seas but became internal waters
when a new baseline was drawn
(obviously referred to Peter the
Oreat BaY, which the USSR has
recent'y declared to be "internal
waters),, although it was not men.
tioned). This was decisively,, 'de 'defeated
feated 'defeated 50-16-6. .
All those were revivals of dc
mends previously aired in cam.
mitts, where the vote was by
simple malerity. in the plenary,
two-thirds were needed, and a
few of the renewed proposals did
succeed because of this.
,With all the split votes and
explanations of votes, and Oen.
sional requests for ro Icall votes,
the con'erence managed 'to get
through only the first.halt of the
articles during thee morning ses

on the control bill. It is
even, more unlikely that the House
will act on other labor reform
measures. ,

It Wag thit attitude in the House
which helped prompt the adminic
tration to push 'for Senate action
now On the President's labor pro.
gram. ,,

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partments be'dosed fromMimday, April'23, till
ida May be open Friday rblay 2.

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THE AUTOMOBILE -SALES AND ACCOUUNTING
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Need Money?? 15 MINUTES CAR
LOANS. Contact Arias or Town Townthend,
thend, Townthend, "12" Street No. 12-117
near Olympic Stadium. ToL 2-
' 2628, Panami,

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Reliable Maid: We ,are leavine
Panama May 1st and feel our
, maid k the best in Canal Zone
areas.' An excellent cook, laun laundross,
dross, laundross, and can take complete
charge of the household and
tun it the way You would want
, if. Phone 08-471 Fort Gulick.

SAN BIAS ISLANDS Sunday
) Excursion With Lunch. Swim,
shell collecting, sightseeing.
Phone Panama L 3-1660. Jungle.
Jim, El Panama Hilton, Panama.
Phone Cristobal 2116, Jungli
Jien,' Hotel Washington, Colon.

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WANTED -- Good home for
4' registered boxer dog. Small. fa fa.
. fa. male, 212 years old. Very tea tea'
' tea' sonable. Navy 3169.

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Mtcils
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STILLWATER, Okla OR)
An Oklahoma State University
professor is ,Airecting an Air
Force project' to determine the
metals and alloya,best suited for
use lit future jet and rocket en engines,
gines, engines, supersonic planes), missiles
end nuelear rectors. s

, Dr. Robert Freeman began the
high emperature research proj project
ect project at year ago ott,a $35,260 grant
that expires in July. A new' grant
of $29,814 was made to extend
the project another 18 months.
To carrt out the work, Free.
man and his staff had to build
an electron bombardment furnace
capable of, vaporizing metals at
temporatures ranging from 2,000
to 4,500 degrees Fahrenheit.
' The furnace consists of Ctung.
sten coil in a low messure va vacuunt
cuunt vacuunt chamber.. 'A container en encasing
casing encasing the test metal Is placed
within the toil and the coil charg,
ed with 2,000 volts of electricity.
Electrons boil off the coil ind are
carried to the container ;by the
current, The bombardment ot elec.

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' i WANTED -- Depend: 's aaj:,
repair technician, steady work.
good pay. Apply in parson at :
Ratifies 011ar, 7 714-Street, aft- 1
or 4 p.m. I

,SERVICES

3-minute car wash $1. atom
cleaning el motet $5. wavini el
cats $6. Auto-Ballo. Trans-Ist!
mina Highwav near Soars.

TELEVISION SERVICE -- Fry):
Transportation. April 4i eve
Same (ley Service. Crawk,i yea'
gencies Corp. Tivoli Ave
18-20. Tel. 2-1905. I

T.V. SET OWNERS. Avail y01.1,2
self of the best for your TA
U.S. TELEVISION offers facto!
trained technician plus Po pia
op. and delivery charges. Phew
Panama 3-7607. ,

TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability
honesty, snit customer satisfac-',
, ion. NO stRyce CHARGE thh
month body. FREE ESTIMAT14
before repairs. Ask for MISTEh a
TV, Phone Panama 7-3142. st)

Protect your home and proper property'o
ty'o property'o against insect damag 19'6
Prompt scientific treatment or
emergency or monthly budvet
basis. Telephone Pronto Service le
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 17771 ':11

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LOST ,.1 Black cocker spaniel
answers to "Butch" red harness
tag No. 2526. Reward. Call Co.'
rondo 83-2121.

SALISMAN SHOOTS WIFIE
' AVIGNON, France (1.11SaleSi,
man Maurice Laborie, entered a
cafe.. whcre his wife works as'
barmaki Saturday. He s'et a steel
tube, on the counter.' slipped a
cartridge into one end, aimed the
tube at his wife and struck tho
percussion cap with a hatche
The' tube exploded in his faso
wounding him slightly, His wu
was wounded slightly in the ern
by j;.,e bullet.

cunt chamber.. 'A container en- SYRACUSE, N. Y. --, (UPI A
easing the test metal Is placed Paltrier Burbridge argued vox.
within the toil and the coil charg, Ill officers evicted' him, his Mil,
ed with 2,000 volts of electricity. and four children from their ',,
Electrons boil off the coil and are partment just as they sat doo
carried to the container Ity the to 'breakfast. Red-faced office)(
current, The bombardment of elec- later admitted the' eviction moth
trons heats the metal to traporiz- wale' meant for the Burbridge
ing temperaturt. ' next-door neighbors.

DcYove;e71
may aii come, to nothing. Barring l ., , ,, ', ,, .,.- ,. . ,
1 , ,' - - I ters would shuttle betyeen Sim. 1.551monanoimmealmlatememozganeeeml
, ,o-- 11 tirtuus7etu: ti,o"aul7 cam
Jr S A a change in outlook, there is! , l ,
I ,, 13enrompiollesanndy aYirai.taB,y
arodaidstathnecedist. ,, by their respective plans and strong doubt the House will fact I ,, ,,, , ,, ,
A, ,. ,. vaploa;
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i....a6 ltances is more than 100 miles. Ilantic 'Ba'svntball are open to public inspection.
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A similar law will become ef. ''''' ' t .. s ,
- , GIFT T it 1,1N FOUND s i' q t (...) C.) C.) 4
. ,I , A yo i or I i 1 I fective in Massachusetts in Oeto.
' ' ' & utticial ,to Hola -,,, .., ber, 1958, CCH said. '' ' N (tip) '', ' ;
' '' ' -' ' ,?lease dial Tel. Itatk )1' td,,, )1 1... )l 11 for pronlrt attentr,3
. , LONDO Railroad in., ,
,, veatigators today sought an ex. , . ,, '''''''a .''''''' ''''''. ''''''.1
' ,GARRARDtHANGERS ItA 1 T ''. olanation of how 'a freight car ' ', '' '1 ' '
I ' ,v ''' ' -. meeting iomorrow,
, We now have a good supply bil famous Garrard r. 1., ,, - ,,ON H, IS WAY
TOKYO (DP) '.!--, Lt. Gen, Don. loaded with Christmas parcels got k ',.3;- '',. 0 .
HI-F1 Recordchangers RC88 & 11(1191 ., ald P, Booth, newly.appointed sidetracked on a remote siding at ' , '
I , , ------ 4 ' The International; Association high commissioner of the Ityuk. Leeds last December And stay-
, .,' ' spetiat'cl. prices! ; -,., nf Approved Basketball Of. yuan islands, arrived :At ,,Atsugi ed,...there..-tmnotiee4....for.-.4our .e-tvill-op. preciate your-call trhich t:i:11 cn--ie tzs 1 1
' ficiale-Atlantie-side-tnarit,will- Naval -Air Station yesterday from months. The car was part of a ', ',. ; 1 1 1
, SPAR,TON'''',
, hold a, meeting and clinitca., art washiegion,fp route to huiscieneers mail ntrain that, te.ft Manr.hester , , , , , to serve you vettrr
the Cristobal 'YWCA omo post on Okinawa. Booth 5 e d Stato Dec. 23. Since Christmas ,
1 row at 7 p.m. Those desiring to Lt. Gen. James E.., Wore who is the post office has paid out link -
, Central Ave. 26-109 ,..-t Calidonia become an official are cordially leaving soon for a 4Pentagon as., dreds of compensation claims for
inyited to attend this meeting. -signment. ' lost parcels. '
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WANTED -- CepenLl'a za,r,,
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- Miscellaneous repair technician, steady work. 3
good pay. Apply in parson at : ''
Ratifies 011ar, 7 71-J-Street, alt- 1
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1
or 4 p.m.
DRAWER."A." DIABLO ' r
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C Z.' 'l ft
- SERVICES I i .,,
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Need Money?? 15 MINUTES CAR t
LOANS. Contact Arias or Town-
'hand, "Q" Strom No. 12-117 3,.mtaista ear wash s I. trams 1 --.-
n2e6a2r8,01pyamnpaimci,Stadium. TeL
R.P. ears S6. Auto-Basio, Trans-Ise
2- cleaning of motor SS. waxing el
v..,
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,-,',
Reliable Maid: We ,are leaving Inian HighwaV near Stars'
Panama May 1st and feel our . -V.
maid k the best in Canal Zonal TELEVISION SERVICE -- Itr-'
.no,
areas.' An excellent cook, hon. Transportation. April 5 .,,
dross, and can take complete Same day Service. Crawk.1 v'eat;
charge of the household and gencies Corp. Tivoli Ave d ' )
tun it the way You would want 18-20. Tel. 2-1905. i ' i
it. Phono 08-471. Fort Gulick.
TN. SET OWNERS. Avail sus.,.1,,' Pt
SAN BLAS ISLANDS Sunday self of the best for your TA 1''''
Excursion With Lunch. Swim, U.S. TELEVISION offers facto!
shell collecting, sightseeing. trained technician plus ao picl ,,,,
Phone Panama L3-1660, Jungle. up and delivery charges. Phan, P PJim,
Jim, PJim, El Panama Hilton, Panama. Panama 3-7607. ,
Phone Cristobal 2116, Jungla
TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability Is,
; Jien,' Hotel Washington, Colon.
' honestF., and customer satisfac-', i .,
: ii- --,.. 1 c 1 tion. NO stRyce CHARGE thh r',.
' 11;nri 1,,1;,,1111 month 6nly. FREE ESTIMATIlth
before repairs. Ask for MISTEk a i,
' TV, Phone Panama 2-3142.
.n
, ',
, , Protect your home and proper.,11 .1'
ty',, against insect d a m a g e. -i
WANTED -- Good 'home for
-1' registered boxer dog. Small. fo- i Prompt scientific treatment or ,l, 1.
emergency or monthly budvet ,' I 4
. male, 212 years old. Very rea
basis. Telephone Pronto Service, 't, 1,,,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777. 4 -7
' sonable. Navy 3169. .
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1 bin-l-n-s t'y'll;e--e-trorr ;Liu beernefeeru. ,.' ''',' ,,., call '' mace Clearing House said,' re. proposals, as well ai those of Sen.
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JIM RIDGE ,:
, I spersed throughout the Evening F uneral Services' semble the federal bill recently ate GOP leader William F., Know t . I .. 1
, and are expected to be ati OtIt I , General Agent introduced in the U.S. Senate. land., shouM tbe subjected to tom. L , . ,
. a a g feature of this sixth an.
' 1 I t ndin 1 Gibraltar Life Ins. Co., The proposed bills, CCH iaid, mittee study. ,., i ',, ,.- .",,,1 NTING
-'' r (TIIE AUTOMOBILE -SALES AND ACCOUU ,,
i , nual "E'rayer for Peace"' program. T ,, 301,
for rates and information usually list, prohibited activities ' ,', k i, ,, ... '"
omorrow Al 41 11
, , ,,, , Tel. Panama 2-0552 . for trustees of the funds, such as 1C4Oltilan pushed '0 fivi., of his
' ' 4''' DEPARTMENTS WILL BE. ortN AS USUAL) :
converting welfare funds to one's "labor bill of riehts'' amendments ,,
p a 2 p pI
I pI ''YAL E' --' tor mrs amp e ,
; II , ., ,, vowainu use; receiving anything of to a vote'last Friday find Satur, ' - ,
e froin insurance comPsoles clay. With 10 to 14' Renublcans
Registered Trademark ' ' ,t 1118 1 orpheonsawiteals; falsifying. reports. I, deseritineh him.- he was defeated on , ., , .. '
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, INDUSTRIAL LIFT Funeral services will be held at NEw -7, aT OTI 3.. for .violations Are in. all o t amendments
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4:30 tomorrow afternoon 'at i St. ,,,, , , 41AMIERA.111 eluded in most of the bills, tke g q ranging from 15 to 25 Votea
, TRUCKS 'AND tIOISTS , in
Paul's Church for Mrs.., Francis ' - '";;; ..' '. .." CCH report said. ...".-,... --0., Knowland agreed to sten aside -", - -,
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Sampbefl, who died at ner.,home 11-----', -11,14!Ciel V ". Generally, the bills apply 1 to temeorarily.to let Smith offer the , '', , I
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BASD4Ne PI '111" Street 40 MORRISON-4n
I Resorts 'Apartments IPASMACIA Cenr--11 A granaal a nay

ed apartmont with two bed-
, Buck House, One mile pa tho :... Atif6M' biteir Mtscillarieou
- Casino. Phone Balboa 1866. -- rooms. livinoroom. dining room,
- kitchen, paraie ind sip closets.

PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
46th Street o. 242. For serer serer-
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' mama 3-1877 Cristobal 3.1673.
I Hard Top;, wsw. radio, mor-o win piano on first class condi,
, FOR RENT Furnished apart. 'AMC good condition.' $1 130 Non. A now Baldwin acrosonic.
anooki wadi spongiuMaiii kaalt-. g

' 2628, Panama, R.P.
, 1 suns and repairem kind of pia- -576U. -, - 1 Pnone 3-30?9 ir lila Mil.
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' Houses room, living-dining, kitchen,' not by the most expert piano T
' n bathrooms front. bath porches. FOR SALE "56 6
, Ford -pan. tuner. L.-F. Garcia, 34 Street. .' ' ,' : L 1 Reliable Maid: We ,are leavine
t U.S. Army inspected, 45th St, Crossing Lux Theater. Phone I. I ilk 111 Ok ,1 Th' S '' Panama May lst and feel our
Country sedan, 720-B Balboa
' ' . FOR RENT "-A
nt t Furnished house, '. 2-241. Telephone 3-5351. : ,- 4947, 3-0672. -- ,'
, artier a p.m. , Pariey Un Law U e ea maid k the best in Canal Zone
1 livin dinin room,
, ; chalet sty e, g g
areas.'An excellent cook, laun-
t I corn bedrooms, services:: FOR RENT --- Furnished Pad. FOR SALE --,-, Maytag! Washing ,. ,, F f dross and can take complete
IP 1 111 A 0.1- e.---. i ment. Porch. Parlot,Dininciroom.4 ePtib feat r Ire, t 4 ii--L:-- gr -!--I .--2---- .- -

ms le e Or ra charge of the household and 1
Endina', In :oht--Vote tatus tun it the way iou would want
it. Phono 08-47IFort Gulick. '

I - I: SAN BIAS ISLAM'S Sunday I

' ROOMS ., I "-- --- ----- -- '' ----- ---- ------ ----------, ------- ------ -.,-.
t 2175, or Balboa 3346 living rem. dining room, bed" sea. -,,' ) have to consider ...taking
,,FOR RENT...-. All commodities ''i rooms. Other furniture; house-
The actual breadth ,of the terri. vation on this pointiater.)1 refie, rf- '- Jim,' Hotel Washington, Colon.
' - -- .. ifi apartment, 53rd Street l"A" . ,. h Id I l: 1 p torial sea, on which the conference --Turkey wanted to show its dis- , r. -, t 1 ,
A. 3 a mb Ms R 0 wile MS..... 111C0 II illignittrill , .J ,,

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,tillarry Oakes Son metals- rev Use
FOR RENT p Furnished o :nee fro ne 'the ,' l Tho debate started with a dozen lwaters), although it wag not men, la a 1 r r1'
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41 , bedroom a admen', autom il t BUFFAL0N. (up)..... A announcements that sepa ate ot-itioned). ,This decisively, 'de;
Buffalo motorist has proposed
ko'c' f..
row., $70 monthly. Telephone
San Jos 'Costa Rica
A A. , r.b
ink would be demanded on various feated
tintl norsoranhe in' th$ All thallo wars Oevivals of de.' I n ets.

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' (The form in which these arta. (obviously referred to Peter the ;
hies will. be proclaimed is to be Oreat BaY, which the USSR has
.k pi.nirlorl letfarl rorpnt.v elpoltirpd tn he "internal Oklahon

I 4 laraPaan atsila Call 3 -174, ieneas, acnro Ancon busdno
, ;Phone 2-2081. 2-1140.
i , Hotel. IIOLLAND 110USE Engineer' Sugges s
, I bles will. be roclaimed I; to be Oreat Bak which the USSR has
P, 1 b ,. Oklahoma, -testing .,,,I...
1 decided later). ,. recent y declared to e internal ,
r ' I FOR RENT Furnished ono ' , ,, Tho debate started with a dozen waters),, although it was not men.
':i Marry Oakes Son ,i mins. from the heart al
Metals For Use
announcements that separate voLitioned). This was decisively,, 'de.
, 1. bedroom apartment, automobile BUFFALO,,Ist. Y. (UP) -- A
-.6 al e---.. 1......1 e......L-- nt TA stff al. rsgest,tvi a h is weralruNethA o itlff would be demanded on various Ifeated 50.16.6. . .- )1, I ,,,s;,.. D ,,.f..... I i -,,,-

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with- meas. 11 RIAU.? tb toUrinl dio I Among them were; few of the renewed proposais ala orce proJecv to aeDer

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Ike's' Labor Program Fbang

' VOLL1 LAT WIT DOITOW 111111 rpuz and seven other color 'patterns. to A., ,, - .' ; : 111411 111111 sua DIALLL 1.4U 14, &tux,.
L." 't presort -car through t. .6
Dritch- itinnnrt Dian ,
Ateny-,
signify other speed ranges. The g P r
system, alsocalls far all higbwaY I
nitial: two-ria- an electron bombardment furnace
,es ..,, fanirtnratilrau rung:dna from WM
was WOUIRItti 11A161114: an utO
by .j.;..e bullet.'
capable of,vaporizing metals at

speen ximix signs,.curectionat :
11'1' ll'srrl,!14 1I ,, ,Hltdi, ,utnuniutic 4
x ''' "? s.. nals and other warnings to' be ,
- ',' to 4,500 degrees a ren
For Five timerals
GOVERNMENFEM PL' OYEES o The furnace consists of Ctunt WRONG FAMILY
aided with the code Color of Its , , ; I
, FINANCE CO. Pspeed zone. sten coil in a low pressure ', va vab
b vab A t SYRACUSE, N. Y. --, (UP). ,11
- No. 43 VT0111011114 Rowe Butler explained that the speed. WASHINGTON (ur)Presidgni. on the control bill. It is
Eisenhowerst labor program faces even,mor y
e unlike' that the House
cuut cham er. con amer en enProposed
Proposed enProposed By Seaton cit7:a85 :imonetgerthweNdkals,egat7dt- itagnhtt Toent: its first congressional testoleasteorntoi wmilelasaureteso,,n other labor, reform casing the test metal Is placed Paltrier Burbridge argued valz4
withiu the toil and the coil charg. pfficers
fl,i VASS $.111111,01 fat ftea aill Av. ed with 2,000 volts of electricity. and four eh idr
d y when the Se,nate,,vt k..t

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and acquitted. No one .else ton proposed today a five-year trebled Cldropodist wiU lettere
S been brought to tee- s, price support program for five any loot trouble, torus, callous.
ses, ingrown toe MK toot mom
minerals. '
sage, ate.
i Seaton, testilying before the Ben Beni('
i(' Beni(' other Rena o ,., ate Interior Minerals subcommit. ,'
services "SCHOLL'S''
Products ( ',
- , ', tee. outlined a "domestic :miner. J. Arosemena Av.. 33-48 '
pi,' is.
Tel. 3-22i7
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LONDON (UP) Lora Beaver.
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authorities here act independent independently
ly independently of the British Royal Air Forcel
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do we depend 00 the.airlines and
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unidentified object appeared on
AMerican operated screens ,in
eastern England a few days ago
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the Express said. -,"American
fighters were hauled 'swiftly out
of their hangars ready for flight.
American pi ots ran swiftly to
their briefing rooms.
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that it was 'not involved in these
emergeniy operations. It was
asked only if it had anything fly-
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false. But supposing one day
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people be left in the first vital Mill
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NEW YORK, April 28 .(UP)-r-Police de dared all-out War on New York's teen-aged
terrorists 'today in the wake of a junior-gra de Murder,',Inc., style .slaying whIcIL
pint-sized Punk Who testified at, a pass ju :murder trial, Wa,s-, blasted to-,death;
with a shotgun 'in a Bronx candy ,store. '1'. .1 ,,)
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The slayer, a sneering 16-year-old wh o works as a banana carrier, was arrested
' on a secret corner On a tiprfrom hie girl friend 'and confessed 'a short time later.
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finger tightened on the trigger.
P The youth wore a sed, blazer
and sported a gold earring on his
pierced left ear lobe:
Ile was identified as Pedro Bay
, Serra, 18, President, of the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian Crowns., He still wag carry?.
ing a 'gun when detectives cor cor,nered
,nered cor,nered him and clamped his hands
behind his back with handcuffs.

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BRAZZI JOHNS

two toon.aged gang "molls"
for quastioning in tho death of
cocky littla Poo Wes
s Ramos, 0-year-old loon -,11ang
cr-ijmizer, who str u ttod tho 4
streets in a green tyroloan hat
and acted like an overdrawn Hol-,
lywood-stylo gangster.
Pee Wee was known' to police
and feared by gang members as
one of the most powerful teen teenaged
aged teenaged hoodlums in the city. He
made his' headquarters in various
candy stores, where he picked up
messages. Since his trial. appear appearance
ance appearance in March, he had regarded
himself as a celebrity and boast boasted
ed boasted that he was going to take over
the Bronx gangs.
The youth met a violent end in
the traditional style of the' gang gangland
land gangland life he had chosen. HiS teen teenaged
aged teenaged foe walked up to him in a
candy store shortly after 1.0 o'
clock Saturday night and snarl snarled
ed snarled !'i understand you're :looking
for me."
No one heard Pee Wee's reply.
The next' sound heard was, a sin single
gle single shotgun blast, fired ,at close
range. The stocky little trouble
maker fell to the floor dead. His
head had been nearly torn off.

Tho shooting was ono more
act of violence in a view lostg
reign of luvonilo' t r r on
' streets, and In classroom's, wag waged
ed waged by Now .York's .ftshook-up's
generation. Those unruly chil childron,
dron, childron, an estimated 6,000 of
tom, run In packs organized at
gangs. They rosort to ,orson,
tholt, assault, raise and murder
when their leaders command.
Among those questioned in the
Ramos slaying were Serra's girl
friend, Alice Bayrun, 14, and ler
16-year-old sister, Nellie. Alice ap appeared
peared appeared at police headquarters m
tight toreador ,pantt and a snug
sweater.
She told police Serra had tele telephoned
phoned telephoned her Sunday Jnorning and
asked her to -meet him on the
corner of '150th' Street and 3rd
Aventle. Detectives kept the date
instead and carried Serra bodily
' Juan Lopez, 40, operator of the
candy store where Pee Wee was
shot, his assistant, Angel Chevorez,
and three other persons wre in
thestore-when,the, killer. walked

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WASHINGTON, April 28
The nation's top -military officer
told Congress today that enact,
ment of. President Eisenhower's
defenge reorganization plan would
help I ght "duplication, waste and
inefficiency" ip the pentagon. '"
Gen. Nathan' F. chah
man 'Of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
denied that. the proposal would 1
lead to a Prussian:type general
staff and one.man control of the
He told the House Armed Serv
Ices Committee civilian control
of the military system "is clear.
ly delineated!' hi the plan and
"the man on a white horse can.
not emerge from this legislation."
He hoped his testimony w ould
"lay to rest forever" any idea
that a -Prussian general 'Staff
would result.
1 Th &changes proposed, Twining
said,d-would-mtniprove-ennrlong.
term peuritv and provide f o r
the most effective utilization of
the resmirees made, available for
defense.", :

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in, but they insisted they bad
seen nothing. ,
The shooting brought an un,
esual Sunday announcement by,
Police Commiseioner Stephen
Kennedy 'at 950 extra, policemen
anal policewoman would be sent
out into the 'city's "arks, Pools,p
beaches and wherever y u n
people gather to battle juvenile,
crime ,"with force," if moss'.

it was an unprecedented out outburst
burst outburst of teen-gang violence last
summer that tesuled in the mass
murder Arial at which Pee Wee
testified., His subpena to appear
in court last March still was ink,
his pocket when he WaS shot Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, night.
,Pee Wee' was,a witness against
one of the seven youths charged
with murdering Michael Farmer,
17-year-old polio victim,, in 11 park
last July. ,
l'He testified against Louis Alva Alvarez,
rez, Alvarez, 17, one of the two teen-agers
convicted of second degree mur murdr..1rwo
dr..1rwo murdr..1rwo others boys were con convictd
victd convictd of .secort degree man mansisughter
sisughter mansisughter and three were acquit acquitted
ted acquitted in the- trial, which was one
of the longest and eostliest ,ever,
held in New York. The,.tria end ended
ed ended 12 days ago.

Editor's Note: This Is t h
first of throe rowels on A Amoricats)
moricats) Amoricats) "B t Generation."
Today.!.,-"Bsat, Behavior."
, By PETgR J. HAYES' 1
SAN FRANCISCO (I.JPj
young man rises 'unsteadily to hit
feet in a noisy beer and wine bis bistro
tro bistro and makes a speech propos.
ing a aright-not-to-work" law.
A painter ,proclaims, to friends
in an attic apartment bull session
that -if the Army drafts him a
gain, "I'm not going.
i A4 poet -reads against th
eordant -background of,,, a jazz
combo, in a downstairs- cabaret,
"Let's go let's go let's go come
on let's, go empty out our pock pockets
ets pockets and disappear into the Sow Sowery
ery Sowery znisstng all our appointments
and turning rup unshaven years
later. tt ,
This is th; language of the
"Beat Gonoration' man and
Women in their 20s and 30s who
profess to ba uttorly
ad with all moral, political' and
cultural' Valuss in Aniarica to to.AnY(Me
.AnY(Me to.AnY(Me ean belong. The, mem membership
bership membership Includes leather Jack.
eted motorcyclists, poets, paint painters,
ers, painters, MUSiCian$ who play "cool"
Isis.-
'A few even occasionally pro produce
duce produce a poem 'or a painting.',
, Most, however, bend, their-' ef efforts
forts efforts toward gaining ,a sell 0
grounding In the Bohemian 3 R's
"relaxing, revolting and reclin.
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, ON ,THE MOVE,.
San rrancisco has b e e ern e
known as the headquarters of the
teat Generation, although many
of the spokesmen are on the
move across country, in Mexico,
North Africa or France.
Ii,'Novelist --Henry Millet 'calla
these nonconformist young men a
"more potent, stimulating force
than the most eloquent and voci vociferous
ferous vociferous artists."

i!i;ton Praises
Uruguay Amid
L'olsy Vie !come

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MONTEVMEO, Uruguay, April
UP) U.S. Vice President Bach,
aed M. Nixon flew in here today
to start an 18-day, tour of eight
Latin American countries. He
promptly 'praised Uruguay as a
'laboratory of democracy."
Nixon received an, enthusiastic
reception from 500 persons at the
airport and from crowds in the
city, 11 miles away, until the mo.
torcade' passed the University of
Montevideo. There several hubd hubdred
red hubdred students booed ind passed out
handbills denouncing Wm as the
representative of the "North Ame American
rican American -oppressor of Latin AmerL
ca." , -
'
Nixon and his wife; Pat, reedy reedyed
ed reedyed a 21-gun salute ,as their plane
touched down at 'exactly 10 cm.
at Carrasto International Airport.
' ' ' r
, Uruguayan. air force -piants
eve' overhead, an airport trewd
applauded and cheered and 'an
klantry regiment marched in review-
It was a beautiful, warm
fall day end both the Vice Pro Pro'sident
'sident Pro'sident 'and his wife remarked
bout it before the airport mitre,
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Mxon expressed his thanks for
the "warm reception you have
givefi me. Not even in my own
state of California have I seen such
a beautiful day.!1- i
He said Uruguay had made a
significant contribufion to world
peace and is renowned "as a la laboratm
boratm laboratm for democracy." 'Ii.,
He said be would talk with Na National
tional National Countil President Carlos L.
Fisher and other Uruguayan offt.
dais and ,"express to the people
and; government of this country
the warm affection of the people
and the government of the United
States feel toward Uruguay,",1

After ,hls radio. ,speech: Nixon
and his party drove with Urugua
yan officials iti a caravan toward
the city. The streets were lined
with cheering Uruguayans '-and
the U.S. and Uruguayan Mgt flew
side by side' on many buildings,

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ROME; April 28 (UP) Sur Surgeons
geons Surgeons amputated the right arm
of Samuel Cardinal Stritch mid midway
way midway between the shoulder and el elbow
bow elbow In a 35-minute successftd ,o ,operation
peration ,operation here today.
The condition, of the 70-year-Old
Chicago Archbishop following the
drastic surgery was officially de described
scribed described as "very good. ) t.
The ?operation Wag conducted 'by
Italian specialist Prof. Pietro Val Valdoni
doni Valdoni who was assisted by one
American azd three Italian ph3rsi.
clans:
"Dr: Voldonl laid the operation
W145 a success and the Cardinel
condition Is; very goocy1 an offi.
dal spokesman said.

Right 41ot-to-Work Law Vianted

"Sick little bums" is what San
Ifirancisco columnist Art, Dohn
called them before he was. killed
in a plane crash,
"Occasionally a writer of talent,
or a musician of note, might
climb out of the clutter, but large.
ly what they, create is garbage,"
wrote columnist Robert Ruark.
Jack Kerouac,. one of the main
spokesmen for thia atomic age
"LW (4 neraltion," wrote in what
be called hit philosophical final
statement:

"1 don't know and I don't
rare and It cloosn'r, make any
difforonto:" 'r
Michael McClure, poet, put At
this way': "Being beat means put putting
ting putting down (rejecting) possessions
for their own sake. It's 'a re-ac-,
ceptance of feelings., If can't
eat it, wear, it, smoke it or stt 00
at don't want it."
"Most of San Franctscosi
"Meat" live lit North Beach, a
thickly populated valley running
between Telegraph and Russian
Hills northwestward to Fathe r;
man's, Whartf.
It's traditionally the home of
San. Francisco's big Italian popu.
lation and Bohemian' 'set.

'THE PLACE'

AFSCf,
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' By WILLIAAI IL 'SINCLAIR ::

International Representative,
AFSCAIE,
,
,
The American' Federation of
State:. County and Municipay
Employes. AFL-CIO, is celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating its week-long Ilth biennial,
int e rnational convention at'
tong Beach, California,' starting'
today. Convention business Is
scheduled to end on Friday,
May 2. s 4
:' Delegates representing near.
ly 2000 local unions in the
United States, Canada'and the'
Canal Zone will review the ac activities
tivities activities and progress of 'the,
huge organization during the
last two years, and chart ,the
course which 'will help the
, thousands of stewards, local
.union officials, organizers, in-,
tern ational representatives representatives'and
'and representatives'and federation cofficers to
chalk up even mot, progress,,
Starting out is s local federal
labor 'union, affiliated with the
AFL in. May, 1932, what -18,-now
the AFSCME 'was chartered, in
a group of 30 local,,unions as' a
part of the American Federation
of ,' Government Employes in
t.

,
nowever, the autonomous, de department
partment department of state, country and
municipal employes,' operating
in the framework of the' AFGT?..
had some problems which led to
internal dissatisfaction and eer,
tainly was not serving the best
interests of either group.
, In September, 1930, the ex;-
cutive council of the AFGE re.,
commended to the AFL that a
direct charter be issued to state,
cbtnty and municipal employes.
After 'the SCME elected Dr. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold S. Zander as its first pres,
ident, the AFL granted a charter
to the American Federation of
State,. County and Municipal
truployes,pct.,26, 1936. ,,,
, From then on the' ..APSCME
werit on a big organizing -drive
as an,in,ternational unit, Ind as
irr all organization!! there mUst
be controversies, a faction of the
',newborn union, led by vice vicepresident
president vicepresident Abram Finer of, New
York, withdrew from the led

.164ish Center,

Negro School
,
Hit,By Blasts

' JACKSONBILLE. Fla., April 28
!UP) Explosions rocked a Jew.
nth center and a Negro School
within a period of three ; to -four
minutes early today, apparently
set off by a group identifying it.
Self as "The Confederate 'Under
ground." ,
, One blast broke out WitiOWS
at the rear of a combination sy
nagogue and community center in
an old residential sectin of ,' the
city. It partially beckled the '4. met
al side of a nearby garage and
broke out, windows in an apart
ment house.'

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ley s works and si:1; slx per cent
stout.
He is 'a poet. His poems as
filled with surraalistic imagery'
and if asked what it means, he
raplias' irritably, ,flit moan
what it soya."
A youth wearing a Sport lack lacket'
et' lacket' With lage elbow patches en.
ters with a pair of bongo drums
and begins tapping out ra jungle
beat at a table., He was formersly
in advetistng. s

' ,' TWIST ON JIM
t .1, slender brunette whe appears
end is, fome sootty
like, and is,. a foroer :sorority
girl at a Midwest university
tomes In with a good-looldng Ne Negro
gro Negro man.
Later, two 'other white' girls' en enter
ter enter ,with' Negroes for escorts and
they, are 'warmly, welcomed by
the .others.' This is another as aspect
pect aspect of ."Beat". known as ,"Crow ,"CrowJirnism.",
Jirnism.", ,"CrowJirnism.", -7- s
However, no Negro' girls are
SOM.
,A yoUth in a corduroy jacket,
cm,verses' at the bar with a well well!rPsed
!rPsed well!rPsed couple, obviously unbeat
to rists.- "Do you write?", they
ask. He answers ,"Yes." And the
next question is Whether he hal
had anything published. ;
Again,' he answers yes' and ,it
so happens 'the young ,poet has a
copy of his latest work with him.
A, sale is made for $2 or so,. ,"'
Ha sells only enough to keep..
'him In funds for a day or two.,
Anv more and he would be
vulnerable to a "tough" by his
- follow Bohemians.
SometiMes, at closing time a
half-dozen members of the group
buy 'a gallon jug of plug of Bur Burgundy',
gundy', Burgundy', and have an impromptu
pr4v, t d, .'
,(1 is may be held 'in somebo.'

,Beat, 'or 'histers as they Again,' he answers yes' and it
call themselves', migrate baelx and So happens the young poet has a
forth between Vesuvio's, which of. (TOY of his latest work with him. 1
fers "boths for pavehiatrists," the A sale is made for $2 Or 60,
Coexistence Bagel Shop, wherepn. ',,'' He sells only enough to keen'
lv squires order bagels, and 7, a ttim in funds for a day or two.,
little har on upper- Grant A v e. vAunlynormsobri: ;set uhteou-twah,bidy hbiss
knowp simply as "The Plate."
The latter establishment is pre. fellow Bohemians. ','
sidead over hy curly haired Jack SometiMes, at closing time a
Langan, the bartender 'master balf-dosen members of the group
of ceremonies.and.janitoro He elan buy a gallon jug of Olug of Bur- 1
is working ,en, a novel and a Tv. gundy and have an impromptu 1
series, ,,,- pe,41r. , t .'
The regulara start dropping ds 'may be bed 'in somebo.
in at 1 p.m. room, or-!-Ipad,t1,4n,, the stens
-11?11 headi'crinTithli ins mitr' of Ooit Tower 7,, atop Telegraph
dle Os shbffles acoss the saw,. Hill, or on the roof of an apart,
gust covered floor in thick soled ment building where. they-. c a n
boots, sits down at a table and yell as lond as they wantas long
, opens a paperback book of Shel- as they don't stamn their feet ,,

cration to lorm their own or organization
ganization organization under the banner. of
the CIO..This did not deter the
determination of Zander to con continue
tinue continue the long, hard uphill fight
to build a powerful. and Influen Influential
tial Influential organization. -
Abram Flaxer formed a pub pubhc
hc pubhc workers union. ,which was
later chartered by CIO as the
United Public Workers of A America.
merica. America. The LTPWA was granted
organizing, jurisdiction in the
Canal Zone in 1946 and set up
Local 713 which became' one of
the biggest locals of the UPWA.
In 1949, the UPWA and ten
other International unions, rep.;
!resenting nearly one : million
members,--- were expelled from
!the tanks- of the CIO under the
!leadership -of the immortal Fbil FbilIlly
Illy FbilIlly Murray, for allegedly lean leaning
ing leaning too far to the left.
' This resultedin the demise of
Local .113 itv. this area. The
union was replaced in June
1050 by Local 900, ,under the
banner of tbe newly! formed
Government & Civic Employes
Organizing- committee -.CIO,
whielt was subsequently Toot Tooted
ed Tooted the .eryanizIng Jurisdiction
formerly held. by e a 713
and the ,entire VFW& ,

,
In Bel:Amber. 1954;the Armed
Forces EmPloves ChaDter of to toPAI
PAI toPAI 900' telt that Armed Forces
ErnuloyeY were not vetting suf sufficient
ficient sufficient yttention from.Local 900.
and after -1 a serious ,,, internal
struggle which threatened to
destroy the lybor movement a aMonii
Monii aMonii nOn-eitizen emploves In
the Canel Zone. toey1 907 was
cartered by GCEOC to oroanize
and 'retresent 4., Armed-, Forces
Employes. ,,
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Both local uniont have been,'
'working -together ,,,, since ,1955,
,but with new personnel poll-cies
which:may cme about as
, result.. of .4 the single wage
scale, theluture of the local
unions, may well result in' the
.4orthation' Of one central local,
with' different dental-, ''
meats' or 'a Conference of Ca.;
'' 'nal Zone AFSCME 111101M-
With th Canal Company CompanyGovernment
Government CompanyGovernment anti .Armed Forces1
agencies: working more', closely
in setting' up. overall policies, of officers
ficers officers of Locals 900 and 907 have
been observing the' ,situation
closely -31nd will be ready.. to do
whatever.' is best for both localS
whenever that time 'comes;
But back to AFSCI1EIDespite
the!. departure of rlaxer -with
inore': than 5,000 members,' at
thel end-, 1937',the AFSCME had
13,000 'rtlembers scattered all
over, the country.---
Sine,e that time, under Zander
and' through the swot years ,the
AFSCME continued to grow and
by the, end or 1954 the AFSCIVE
pased the,' 100,000 ':membership
rit.. ,
The Merger of Jhe AFL ond
CIO in' December, 1955 started
merger talks between the AFS

Schweiller Issms

Second Pace Anpeall
To World Powers

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'Mist, Norway,' April 28 Win
For the second rear, Dr. Albert
Schweitzer, Nobel peace nrize.win nrize.winner,
ner, nrize.winner, humanist and philosopher',
has delivered a peace appeal rto
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the world,. ,
He his done s'o t is time in a 1
series of three lectures, written a
tn. his jungle hospital at Lambe.
rene in French equatorial Africa 1
and broadcast over the Norwegian
state' radio and the radio s y a atoms
toms atoms of many other countries.
'rho lectures are to be'broadcast
today' through Wednesday.
' In the first, Schweitrer meals
for immediate. ?unconditional. sus.,
tiension of nucloge test exolosions
before 'the world's atmosphere ts
polvoned fatally. ,, ,.4
The segond lecture urges, the
U.S. to abandon cuclear weapons
as the only way to prevent a nu
clear war- - '
, In the third, Schweizer Tails
for a summit conference of the
world'S three tricker powersthe
'United States, Britain and Bus.
liato aoree on immediate, um,
conditional outlawing of nuclear
tests and arms, even before a
gneral disarmament agreement.,

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CME-AFL and the OCEOC-CIO.
Nine months late both unions
combined their memberships,
staffs and assets into one Union,
which continued to carry the
name of AFSCME. ,
Since that merger, and' with
no more jurisdictional rivalry,
the AFSCME continued its
growth, and today the delegates
participating in the llth bien biennial
nial biennial convention will be repre representing
senting representing more than 202,000 mem members,
bers, members, with groundwork already
laid to' roach the quarter of a
million membership mark with within
in within the next twelve months.
Servicing the big organiza organization's
tion's organization's membership in ,the
states, Canada and the Canal
Zone is a Washington head headquarters
quarters headquarters staff of 85 technicians,
three too federation officers. a
18 member executive board and
mere than 150 organi7ers, in international
ternational international representatives, re-,
eional directors, assistant re

gional otrectors, assistant re regional
gional regional directors and an army of
several thousand local Uni On of officials
ficials officials end stewards, the latter
being the. real hard core of the
union of unions, who are con constantly
stantly constantly in the front line end are
really. the most imnortant all;
labor union leaders.:
-Scheduled tn represent Le-
eals 900 and 907 at. the tOril
Tuntch convention- is. ;tdsel
WOW( Spcpudio, nresentiv servo'
- Ina ..ps sishor 4.19he pt the'
PATISM21111011- ,Eallbasey'zin,
117,14dlinrfon,.
- Wong' le a, MPmber in good
standing of 'noel 9n7,' Pnd,.due
'frs his nroxirnitv, to the conven convention
tion convention site, he has been releeted
Ito -Carry out this states side us ustionment.
tionment. ustionment.

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01 A-Bomb Iermed
Almost tho:osib13.:.
WASHINGTON (1.1-.-The Air
Force assured Congress in testi
mony thado public yesterday that
it has taken steps which make it"
"vittually impossible" for its
bombers to release an atomic
bomb accidentally. ,
It told the House Military AT
propriations subcommittee March
19 that the new safeguards 'were
treated as a resUlt of the acci.
dental dropping of a nuclear bomb
at Flotence, SC, earlier last
month, injuring six persons--
111e Air Force said it called a
meeting March 20 at Kirtland Air
Force Base, N.M., of representa.
tives of, the Air Materiel 'Com.,

aid; 1.stpiteifte'; Command,
Air Research- iind Development
Command and the Air Force .In .Inspector
spector .Inspector General.
As 'a result of this session, it
saidsafeguards were established
which make it virtually im
possilfe to have an inadvertant re.
lease of an atomic weapon from
SAC current aircraft. The possibil,
ity of such a release is so remote
as to be indeterminable."
There', was no elOoration, on
the nature of the safeguards.,
The Air Force, never has pin.
pointed the cause of the Florence
accident- except to blame a
"mechanical malfunction,", But
there have, been reports a crew.
man released, the bomb by, mis mistake,
take, mistake, t thinking, he was activating
an electrical device. ,
The nuclear bomb did not ex.
plode4-thanks tp the Air Force
practice of carrying the bomb
1 and its warhead separate'y until
there is reason to "marry" them.
'rhe six injuries weve attributed to
an explosion of TNT contained in
the weapon. :
Defense Secretary ,Neil H. Mc.
Elroy subsequently cited the inci
dent as, proof of the aectiracy 0?
military claims "that there would
be no nuclear explosion involved
in the detonation of an unarmed
bomb','
The Air Force also reported
that the Strategic Air Command
bad submitted preliminary re.
pOrts on accidental jet attacks on
the cities of Sheboygan Fars and
Dostblirg; Wis., on March 18. It
gave no additional details.
The Air Force 'said its major
aircraft accident ratewhich pre
sumably did not include training
operationswas reduced in calen.
dar 1957 to an all time low of 13.6
accidents per 100,000 hours of fly
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Meanwhile, the In4rnatic
Director of Organization
AFSCME, Thomas Morgan, I
sent out memos to the field st
alerting them that immediat
after the convention they
be called to Washington
groups ,to be imtructed on 1
to carry out the mandate to
large the international unior
organizing the unorganized.
All areas with large pott
.tials, Including the Canal Zo
will come under this yast e
pansion program.
This convention Will no dr
go. down in historv as the
important the At
held during its twenty-ad
history.

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CANTANIA, Sicily; April 2,
(UP) court ordered
Italian Defense Ministry and
Army general to pay S80,000 d,
ages yesterday for the wadi
'execution of fascist militia
ficer. 4," A
The sentence, 'unprecedenCed
Italian legal history, stem
fronv the execution July 150-1,
of militia Lt. Giuseppe Caton,
ro,- .who according to the cot
was wrongly found guilty by Gt
Azzo l'assalacqua of abandonh
big positions during the allied 1
Vasion' of t
Cato; "'cis widow' later obt,
id his rehabitilitation from
Defense Ministry, by showin4
he bad 'been, carrying out or
to withdraw. d

Backfire

AVIGNON, France, April 2
UP) Salesman Marine L
rie yesterday entered a cafe lA
his wife-works at' a barmaiil
it Steel tube on the cOunter,
ped cartridge Into one end
ed,the tube at his wife,
.struck the percussion cap m
hatchet. , "''
The tube exploded In his
woundine him,slightly,
wife Was wounded ,!
in the arm by the bullet.

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