The Panama American

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

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

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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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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02539

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:2.1N' TI :-.; i I.'S : '; ell', ',:r,; hternil Ion it last night's gala cOpeert at the Rio Ihea-
1. teri1J3 1,- ..-,,aitor i.nd Mt's. Jui,, a f- Ilarri,agton'and leading personalities ot, the isiew York'.
,,.. iPhilharme :1 Orchc5.tra called on Lls :xce,11,, n cy and Mrs. Ernest() de la Guardia, Jr,,, Left to
w- right ore 1s. in. ItT,, T'el',,,,r, y'i-', r f
,. 1 I Pr' locht of the. Fhilhsemonte' Orchestra Enciety,'
'4, Mrs. ram -,t", 7 t orchte-4 -1,, t7--1 Fr- r"',,.-.4- 4. "'"' .

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..I-::' Culture'came to tio1Abajo last night In, its underwear- i 1 1
' .,:,:' The,100-odd musicians of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, most notable ..orchestra
ever' to play in Panama,' had to change into their evening clothes In. the street outside the
tio Theater as the audience strolled by. Designed for movies. and small shows the, tio has
' few dressing rooms. ' '' 4 '- 4 -, :. N '''
r:,,,' As st, further reminder that they were nnt at Carne.gie Hall,,the Musicians had to changs
hit; sodden ,evening elothes. Their trunks had been left uncovered in the afternoon downpour.
.....' ..Furthee highlights of the famed orchestra's downbeat introduction to its Latin American

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0...an them off with. .1' ., , . - - ......, , . ,
,,..... S.- Bernstein, ,'dramatie entrance tor his piano nuntber lacked one property ...... e, chair
1,:,'"' bins' to sit on;,,. ", ,. : '., , . ;
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, ...0., All told,the classics had quite a night.in the calypso country... ,
' '''''' .,A review by Emily Butcher of the 'music al side of the affair is carried on the back page.
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l'ha i'orehestra left' for; CaraeOS id: ihe' "Iiiil blew a sour" note filing out the front doors' Was 'is
htchartered ran American planes no musician eould approve, who!. unquestioningly won ever, as was
. today,- their working elothes not ther standing in the street Jn his the dedicated music-lover, who
:.drY yeL -- ' '..,,, ' 'I shorts or not; ,, . when, the emergency of the oiled
, ..-The sad case of the soggy sym- Fiddling and tooting vigorous., keya 'was first ,discoVered,-.', offer offerphonists
phonists offerphonists started when orchestra ly in a sketchily vontilated to.. ed a bottle .of Scotch. to clean The
manager Judd and USIS's George Ater did not. do much to dry out off. , .-. s' . ... '.
Edman ,took a chance on there tho, musicians' clothes in thoir ;
being no heavy, blowing rain first, perspiring oncountor with ,r -.. : ..... ',,':,,,
when they left the travelling trunks tropical nights. 4' ---r 'd Solon. Plugs. For
uneovered ,. under : the theater's Conductor Bernstein himself ,
,
eaves. , wound uri the evening looking as k t
, dishevelled and winded as if he illotioi n'ol.Anittert
, .,, i . had gone ten hard rounds with Su. WASHINGTON (UP)---If a con
It "1 --is'llcx Sf I
, .. gar Ray,, Robinson., Bernstein
,,,,,,,t ..... ducts with such whirlibird vigor
ecIn- gressman hag his way only one
' ' that if he ever fell into, the drum of the 271 copyrighted v' ersions of
the "Star-Spangled Banner will
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TA-1 o i l' it would take 4, crew of ,demoli- be ofteiee .
ep ,,,,,,,,, vo ire... .''' ; bon enghteers "to get him out. ,'" "' '; ' '''''
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1,1 ,,,, At 1, op ,,, t Ltd .bY President.Erirsto de la Rep.,' Herbert Zelenko (D-NY)
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...., ...... ., Guardia Jr, last night s entranc entrancI
I entrancI ed audience found the orchestra's said bp would introduce e- bill te
, 1 misfortunes in DO WaY iM designate one as the official and
paired standard words end Music.,
'which 1400 the inspired wonder of its perfor-
. '. ',Th. 's tax suit in
mance under Bernstein: -, ,. -, - -' :
. Canal Z0118 employes are seek seektill
till seektill refunds on income tax paid As the orchestra was bac' k on
lnethe Zone, wilLbe, heart( in the sidewalk changing, back into t,i se4i,
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th! Court of Claims in Wash- 1 their street pants, the audience .. ,., ,:

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. 'The tax,sult In 'which 1400
' Canal Zone employes are seek seek-
- seek- till refunds on income tax paid
,. int,the Zone, will .13e, heard, in
' '. tht, Court of Claims In Wash Washington
ington Washington before June, ,-- ; ;
, :1Vord that the suit- would
' ceMe Up befOre the court, this
seision was, received on the
IslImus F by- Wiriter ', Collins,
pi esident Of the ALS. Citizens'
, A ,ociation from USCA legal
' re-Tesentative La Vern Dilweg.
' ,The suit contends that in in,.
,. in,. come tax as it js applied In
' the Cana1,2.Zone is unconstitu unconstitu,
, unconstitu, ., -The 1400' employes who are
, pl-tintiffs in the case each filed
, BE arately, with Dilweg acting
1. as:their attorney.'
,- ,At a recent USCA meeting,
' mombers heard a report on the
- tax case.
' 'Other points discussed at the
,, meeting were the date of elec elec-
- elec- ti-ms for officers for the corn
, in,,, year, and a membership
.: ...er'' 'aign I, which starts next
;'' svek,
, ,,,,,, r te exact, date of the elec elec.
. elec. tions will 'he clecided on at the
next meeting.

'Failure to report an accident
resulted in a $20 fine-today for
Milt On Rivas. The 49-year-old
Panamanian faced the Balboa
Magistrate today for Jailing to
report an accident which oc occurred
curred occurred yesterday morning. ',
Eulogio de Leon, 35, Panama,
nian, was charged today with
starting his bus without ob,
'Trying proper fety precau precautions
tions precautions on Shaler
impcnT't, r his- ws,n ws,ntence
tence ws,ntence was ,ed and he
yas placed on days proba probaion
ion probaion en tkP r

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Solon. Plugs. For
liationol.Anthenv
, WASHINCTON (11P)--If ti con congressman
gressman congressman hag his way, only one
of the 271 copyrighted versions of
the "Star-Spangled Banner
be
Rep. Herbert Zelenlio (D-NY)
said bp would introduce bill to
designate One as the official and
standard words and Music.

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Labor, Day in Panama to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. As the very thought
of work makes us tired we'll
all be resting instead .of la laboring.
boring. laboring. rack Friday.

NEW YORK, April 30 CUP).
One of the most heartening con continuing
tinuing continuing news storieT of this
month has been about the hot
war between the trans-Atlantic
airlines over v.,hat const:tutes a
tInple cold sandwich.

it shows that "desPite' a rather
, hit F('11.- messy international, picture, in
tence was su and ,he which- outer space is obscured
was placed on days proba- inner politics, we still can
thP! r t"" tr) f"1" on the real realduts
duts realduts hut ck;,,.it any ein.41,,,s
violations. tense posture of the

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PANAMA, R. ISIDNESDAY,APRIL 30, 1953.
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FOREIGN MINISTER Aquilino
Boyd was quoted yesterday as
saying he had not accepted. nor
had he been offered the second
vice presidential candidacy of
the National Patriotic Coalition
tCPN) as had been reported Mon Monday
day Monday by some Spanish-language dai7.
Boyd 'added that furthermore it
was too early to start talking a about
bout about candidacies for the 1960 elec

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'Meanwhile, Ambassador 'Ricer-
do (Dicky) Arias' statements in
Washington.that he would accept
the nomination for President if he
selected by the CPN was re reigarded
igarded reigarded by the tabloid La Hora ps
confirmation that Arias had been
selected as the 1960 candidate by
a powerfni group of CPN direc.
torsi at a private meeting.'
' A columnist of the same news.
paper made reference to "ebserrs"-,
who are 'of the nPinion
that if Arias is launched as thi
, CPN presidential candidate and
Alelendre iTote1 Ramon as lst.
.vics presidential, candidate it
' will im the basis of an agree agreement
ment agreement between, the factions sup.,
porting the twe political lea&
era that Arias will stepdown
, from office for predetermined
period of months or years so
that- Renton will, be ; able to
, Serve Se : President. ,

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instrut i ott,nants toat
current ta s 0, T presidential no noniinations
niinations noniinations is to,t anything definite,
because ,"a lot water must still
pass under 'ti,e bridge," ''
!resist predicteti today I
that twice ex-President Arnulto 1
Arias will be greeted with '2 1
inonster demonstration on his re,
turn here within the next five
months shortly before the',, Neo,
tional Assembly resumes its seso,
,
According to the columnistthe
demonstrators will call for the re re'turn,.
'turn,. re'turn,. of, Arnolio Arias' political
rights, which were rescidned by
the National Assenably in 1951,
shortly after hit second overthrow
in ,ten years.

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-...." 1About 500 gatecrashers or free-loaders got into the 2000-plue seat theater, along with
,Noes 7,
1010 Cash customers.' There were complaints that the guardsmen were not too zealous in.re-
Ex-President Dr. Ricardo I. Al Almoving
moving Almoving gatecrashers from the reserved seats of latecomers. ., .. .. ' ' faro has been appointed as a mem mem'
' mem' 2 Whoever polished the piano on which conductor Leonard Bernstein was to play, poi pois
s pois ber tof the U.N. Committee on Int Inttatted
tatted Inttatted the keys as well, with oil. An emergency sortie to a drug store procured some alcohol.to
. .,. ernational Law te fill a .vacancv

faro has been appointed as a mem-1
ber tof the U.N. Committee on Int.:
ernational Law to fill a vacancy
left by the Greek delegate.
The appointment of the eminent
Panamanian jurist followed a win winning
ning winning fight led by Panama's per permanent
manent permanent UN delegation to have
the .post occupied by a Latiri A.
merman. The committee itself de decided
cided decided upott Alfaro having acceded
to the idea of naming a ,Latin A A'
' A' Merican jurist to the Vacancy.

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St11.1
dzior prize which 4 wag
drawn at the Teen Ball ad -April
111,, Is still tmclaimed. If the hold.
dor of, ticket 0453 will call Mrs.'
Ellen Bailey at 2.3256 or 2.3112,,
he er she will receive a Silver
tea service. .4

FIRST FROM SAN JOSE BY AUTOMOBILE.; fLeft to right)
Canadians Andy Turnbull and John Addison and Englishman
Bill James with the Land Rover in which they made the first
automobile trip ,from San Jose, Costa Rica, down the route of
' the Ranamerican Highway.,'

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Loyalty' Day
Acting 'Canal: Zone G:' Hugh
Arnold also called on resid.lts
ot the Canal Zone to observe to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow as Loyalty Pay by dem demonstratinit
onstratinit demonstratinit t,heir alleigance .to
the government 'ci,C the', United
States. -re ,,,,,
, Arnold also urged eivie 'groups
to display their loyalty by dis displaying
playing displaying the nationsl emblem and
by cooperating with the lieter;
tins of Foreign Wars, sponsors of
the Loyalty Day program.

OY ANDREW TURNBULL,'
' it's lellow, battered, At's
labelled o'around the world from f
Canada and it's the Land Rover ,,,
which has Just become, the first 1
automobile Ito travel the route 1
of the Panamerican Highway
from San, Jose to ranarna. t
Just because there's a route f
t' re n't necessarily a L ch. I
- ,e. twe r
'Land Rover, ruyseif and 1,1,,(o of
my buddies. We were the first.'
Now, courtesy of: genial, host
Wolfgang Becker,, we' are rest resting
ing resting up for free in the Hotel Roo Roosevelt.
sevelt. Roosevelt. it's more comfortable
than, our normal abode ,-- the
Land Rover's roof, ,
,,, I'm A, Canadian, of doubtful
occupation, Owner and' chief
' driver of the Land Rover is John 1
Addison,- a', schoolteacher' from
Toronto,,', canadai who h a d
driven the Land Rover down 1
front Canada to San Jose,' costa 1
Rice. in about three 'Month&
, I flew in to JOin him in San
JOse., , 1
,, Also lidded th the party in San 1
3ose was Bill James, a psychol psychology
ogy psychology instructor from England who
had ,been teaching at UCLA. Ht
is heading home to take up post postgraduate
graduate postgraduate work at -London Uni University,
versity, University, and for reasons even a
psychologist would be hard, put
to explain had routed himself
biteh-hikewise via Caracas,
" With IV our gear and the
three of us aboard, the Land
Rover was weighted down 500
lbs. over its designed marai-,
mum load. But even when, we
dropped the long-suffering
wagon, on its head it did not
complain.
, Let's face it, the trip was more
exciting, in prospect ithe plan planning
ning planning stage) and retrospect (now,
clean and dry in the Roosevelt)
than it was on the road.,
There were moments of excite excitement,
ment, excitement, certainly. One was when
we were trying to' winch the
Land Rover' high up a river
bank,, The cable broke, and the
ear phis driver John crashed
dOwn a 60 ft.' cliff. We don't
know yet bOw the wildiv-whiPt
eng broken cable missed killing
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, Another time when ,we were
trying to load tbe Land -Rover
and our gear aboard balsa, rafts,
Costa Rica's Terroba River to4
charge. Down through the, rap rapids
ids rapids we went, everything unready
and insecure, but sornehow we
rildn't get dunked. ,,,hlot that
time,t anyway. -; t
Between the mornent,s of ex excitement
citement excitement came hours of ,heavy,
boring wcrk..., We had to shift
rocks in, the rover, bed, on the
stony banks, to clear a path for
out,invoMntary amphibian. 4.
Rock-carrying Was. again the
, order of the day' when we spent
two days improvising a- dam to 1

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raise thelevel of wate'r round a
rock on, Which the raft carrying ,t
the Land. Rover had ,stuck fast, t
We floated it off, but those rocks I
got ,heavier every time,,,,;',, 1
'It zwasn't 'too l'nuch -fun, el:.
ther, -lugging the Winch cable
' 1
forward tO fasten it t a' towing
. 1
point rherover t!,10 colng ,voi
1-,-,1- to14.,,h. it,, t ,i t,,,,' sL,,,ay
four-wheel drive to Cope Walt'
, ,I Summed up, anyone', who
doesn't, mind being hot T wet
, hungry, tired and covered with :
',Infections for i couPle ot 1
monfba could do the trip with.
out further preoccupations, It
his. equipment, 'holds Out, that
, is. ' --,- ,, .. ,,.,,e) I
'' The real credit, for ur getting'
through belongs to the 'ricos and
the Indians k along, 'our, route.,
They kept us suPPlied with food,
they helped ua when we ', were
bogged doWn. They, were s kInd
I believe ther would ,have 'car 'carried
ried 'carried us along the highway route
on their own backs, fade that,
been' necessary, .,'', -' 4., ;
, But., like the -Western 'Allies in
a -war, we 'managed to' muddle
through. somehow '' the 'many
different kindnesses of the Deo.,
ple alontr our route, Woe not R
few strokes of pure luck.' men1
aged to outweigh the many fool foolish
ish foolish mistakes we' made unaided,
.,.. There are only 4 about five
miles. of the'planned highwav
route now where no trace of a
- road ealots. It should not be
long before' motorists can make
' -the trip in less' time than we
. did (about, two 'months), and
emerge from it rather dryer
end cleaner. I don't ',Anew
whether theyill ,have, so much
,fun, though. .- '', ..; ,..
''' Addison and plan to stay
here a vbrhile ,to give the Land
' Rover- a chance to get the acres
' out of its bones, then we'll load
it, on a boat for Colombia, and
head off down the usual route
towards' the StraitS Of Magellan,
JameS,Still clings to his Caracas'
, Plart,, ,, ,,, ,,, ,' ,,' 4,t s, ,, d,, ,,1
, We also have ideas, 'born -before
,the rough4ng 'up we got in
the Terroba ,River.d' of, rafting
, ourselves a rd the. Land Rover
, dowh- ,the ArnaZ011'. But they're
still no more than ideas.,,,,;',, I ,,,
: After Chile we plan. to tour
: Australia, Asia, india, Africa and
, Europe in that 0 order before, re re,
, re, turning to Canada by ply Of Ice Ice.,
., Ice., land and Greenland...It should
all take abOut two and a half
, years, though our schedule is as
, loose as a goose. If we find anv anv;
; anv; thing interesting to do alongthe
! way, ,we stop and do it, :
. We are taking the 810 route.
ManV 'people think we art tak tak!
! tak! ingthe bard route. But we get
; through, and we .. enjoy nur nur.
. nur. selves. d d .

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In a. formal ruling handed that's required on the bread ceived or, and defined. a sand sanddown
down sanddown by its "breaches commit- question is that a "substantial which as a layer of foodstuff
tee" in London, and made pub- and visible",portion of the thing swathed in I 'ad, were overruled
lic through headquarters in be breadlike material. least,'It: purposes of fly flyMontreal,
Montreal, flyMontreal, the International Air Now according to song and ing ,the 'Atia-Lic at economy
Transport, Assn. has A scrapped story, the sandwich was named fare.
the traditional dictionary dal- after one John Montagu, the
, fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718- But A the IATA, or London

question is that a "substantial
and visible",portion of the thing
be brealike material.
Now according to song and
story, the sandwich was named
after one John Montagu, the
fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-
92), who was so fond of 'gam 'gambling
bling 'gambling that he smuggle' his food
between two hunks Of tread and
ate it thus in order not leave
the gaming tables for meals.
--So both the founcllig lather

which :as a, layer of foodstuff
swathed in I 'ad, were overruled
--at least:ft: purposes of ,flying-
;the 'At at economy
fare. : .,.,
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But' the IATA, or London LondonMontreal
Montreal LondonMontreal axis, expanded consid considerably
erably considerably on the Philadelphia deli delicatessen
catessen delicatessen dictum. It ruled that a
sandwich ceases- being ,a sand sandwich
wich sandwich when it is lavishly heaped
so Li',-;11 that it cannot be pick

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. ' 92 w o was so fond of 'gam- Montreal axis. exPanded, consid considA
A considA "simple, inexpensive,. cold" bling that he smugglel his food erably on the Philadelphia deli delisandwich,
sandwich, delisandwich, under the IATA rul- between- two hunks of tread and catessen dictum. It ruled that a
ing, does not have to be clothed, ate it thus in order not leave sandwich ceases being ,a sand sandton
ton sandton and bottom, by two or more the gaming tables for meals. wich when it is lavishly heaped
slices of bread, PI' tl'e So both the loune.1-:g lather so 1-.i;-.11 that it cannot be, pick pick:trios
:trios pick:trios state. It may te cren.Ail and the dictionaries, vim c, led up in one handt

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WASHINGTON,' April 30 .(UP) W. E. Potter, Goy!

erner of the Canal Zone and Presidenfof the Fanair Cti
, , , ,
nat'Colipany, 'turned, thumb's -down liesterdar on a, 'pre::
posal that a highwaY be built ecress the Zone.'!"
',, Hi:said that before a highWay hitt..the
ernment must decide-whether a sia-level or Modified loc,ks,
canal Will be built in,the near futire.
Potter- testified at a 'hearing before 'the Cemmerce
, ,
and Jtelated 'Agencies subcommittee of 'the Senate ,comk.,
mittee on APpropriationt He asked for Congresi'vel cep cepprove!'
prove!' cepprove!' Of S17,591,000 Canal' Zore 'povernment 'butlget
for 'the'fis;a1 yetlr that begins
Potter'told' the subcommittee-heeded by Stn' Sees: i
,sard Holland (D-Fla.), that, if the, hIghway and ;
then sea-leve!,locks are approved in' the neit-10.years,1
"the highway may'end up under, water?'
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'1111 obserSations .on aul ding ber "of mairklin',.case's contracted ,,
the highway tame up during the in the'ranal Zone i; also ori,the
testimony: when Potter asked wane,
tor $268,000 to build a ,terminal He asked' for an increase ot
tor the Panama Railroad. "",;",, 9920,000' tor" 'operating Gorgas
1." Under the; 1955 U.S.-Panama 'Hospital 'as there 'is an,- urgent
treaty the Panama, Ttailroad ter- need tor more 'physicians. ITUrSPS
thinallVIII be transferred
""' kr, bervice whet
: liolland asked Potter whether must now wait Rs much ,as- tour.,
the government intended to junk, hours. to he" seem. o

ObserSatiOns- 'on ,intilding 1
the highway earne lip during the
testimony.- when Potter asked 1
tor 8268,000 to build a ,terminal
tor 7the Panama Railroad,.
1U:rider --:the; 1955 U.S.:-Panama
treaty ,tho Panama' Itailroad tev,-
tranallvill 'be transferred, to.-
: asked Potter whether
the government Intended to.junk :
the-Outmoded ,railroad and go
aheaet with plats 'to, 'build the
40 ,krn ile. modem highway across'
the Zone:, : ..-
The .senior ienator front Pio--
-, Ida said that' many of the pet petty
ty petty arguments between Panama,.
:::and : the United States that 1
vom,e1up, Over Canal Zone traf.k,
tie z, using thet governntenrs
,,highways 'could, be, avoided if
the Canal ,Zont bad its ,own
' highwity.- :
'4-Holland ,also Itaid it: was vital
'to ;,-the Caner Zone's ,deferise to
have its own highway.--
' Potter replied that the Hotise
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
committee ,- bad voted -.against
the highway for the time being.
Holland laid- it appeared con contradictory
tradictory contradictory that the H.S., govern government
ment government complains 'about having to
use Pariatnentan highways, and
yet doeS- not build As own,
In testimony OW' othetAinti othetAintijects
jects othetAintijects Potter, said:
Inter-Arneridart High HighwaY
waY HighwaY bridge at Balboa- oyer the
Canal will cost' about A21000,000
instead of the! $20,000,000,', an an'
' an' notioced
) Re -recent Ilegislation
carting ;for the application of
' the 31 Minimum-wage act: in:
- the 'Caner-Zone accounts. :for ,,
- the. difference: Potter pointed ',I
:nut that, de-percent of the ex ex,pense,
,pense, ex,pense, In buildint:the -bridge-1
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He said first COntratts 'Will be,
let In' :a' year -and the 'bridge'
shouki 'finished' by 1982.
, Panama Canal Comps CompsnY
nY CompsnY expects 'to net about :$4.100.,
: 000 in fiscal. year: ending
(lune', 30,- '1958;
I 1958 gross revemie 'Is
,estimated at $89.000.000 while
total expenses. are R8,000,000 .1
Tor 1959 gresi revenue' Is esti-:
'mated at, 90.000,000 and total
r expenses 88,000.000:: :
1 Surge in- business :the
Panama' Canal received as ,a
result: of the Sues Canal crisis
has not dropped., He said: the
' Canal ,expected tekeep,- that thatt
t thatt new- business and add eonsid--
- -erably :more -in the 'next: five
years. 7 1
hew outburst of' malaria
. exPerienced 1-ast year -IR com
pletely' Under 'central-1.1e said
t recent: reports showed that in in-
- in- sect Thelaria-carrying nonulation
-is on the decrease. and the num

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oulerence. ruiter outubru , )- ,- rAT QUINN, .r: ,''. tn
that, 40 percent of the ex- ,,,- ,,' ,, , ', 7
lslehtlahhouril.d,,,Ingn !II,,,,en.- 1)- r--ill'gfe;,; ;titell"aYeAadr'liellse'ill'hlaatrrsehiPStutdc'io''thi'l :,
n' a year and the bridge New York City has -lust been a a'will
'will a'will 15-en- warded to Patricia Teresa Quinn,
a graduate of Balboa High
rhe Panama, Canal Comps. ti
'1:4a-bide 'ffirinsitsheendtrba;t81962. ;
School and ii'member of a well- n t
known local family. ,-,, T.", I
xtrip ecthts tof I rs ceati a byoeuatr Sell. ldniOn. s
Miss Quinn is the daughter of
I" 30,' 1-950. ' ',, Mrs.: Berta I.t Quinn of Balbo t I
and Marc P. Quinn, former chit t i
":1--in.ze of the management division of I
expenses. are Saa,000,00u 'the Panami Canal Co, preser.t-
nrnat!d958at g4r87,50001:0e0v0en- ue h lis
1959 gross' revenue' is esti-: ly with 118,- Operations mission
!cl at 90,000 000 and total to 1.41, Pat, Bolivia.' ,' ..
nses 86.000,000: .' :" .-' Miso Quinn's scholarship for
the next year was awarded on
the basis of outstanding worls:
at aTitmh if I ictuhartng easiut n;ri'e becpc aisvni enadel s scar, Iti shi es
,she lias done ,since she beg-, 1
all ,expected to keep that her ". training it the Thea 're
I not dropped., Bre said the
v business and add consid- Studio last February. She will
complete het first term, in Mav.
bly more in the next five The scholarship is the only one
1,rs. -': -, -, , ,,, - offered to a member of ,the ba bane
ne bane new outburst of malaria sic training course. ,,n, ,..-
irienced last year is com- Beghming 4in : June,- she will
ely' under cOntrol. i 1-le said receive instructions ln n Voice,
nt reports Ehowed that in- dance,. body movement and act.
malaria-carrying population ing. Muter the tiersonal cosch-
a the decrease, and the TIUM- ing of Miss Adler, 1,',,,sq Quinn
- '-'-. wilt receive the same trainirg
' ' , .' as Miss Adler's prize pupil, ac ac2
2 ac2 Is ., ." 1
tor Marlon Brand. ',- -,, 1
Airlines ay Miss' Adler is one of th'e most 1

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Thu'the IATA his scra,pped II& and the' sister of act-,- 't u-
traditional or Philadelohoa ru;a tiler Adler., She was an orl-zirml
of,bite capacity and substituted member of the Group TI,,-tre,
the rule of, hand-span which the famous' renertoire thpro c f
allows for a muck taller sand-!Ella ,,,Itazan.-- Lee J. Cob' Lee ;
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' wich, Unless, of -. course, your Strasburg, John Garfield, ---,-
'name is Joe P. Bro!!;m or Martha ford Micer, SaM 'Jaffe. cl. 1
Raye!or Lassie. ,. :.. Odets, and William Saroya:',.
,, -' ,! ', :,', .- '' '''', ';'-''''' , Miss Quinn is well known bl bl',,
',, bl',, Perhaps economy-fare passel' eally for her work with the Ca Cagers
gers Cagers might Want to consider antribbean P!oyers and the They' tl'e
old-fashione dremeir How a-- Guild. One of, her outsOnoi-i
bout bringing ,your own shoebox roles was that of MI-10e in ,,V'e
full of Jcitchengooies f.r 0 m Theatre Guild's productioa ci
home 9 .... :- ------- "Picnie."--''''r"."'-'"'""'-'-- ',' ,.' ,'
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from roux on, which the raft carrying' tfle highway
, mucileti -,arouna the world
the' Land. Rover had ,stuck fast, J.., SILIO,L V .44.'4.0 00 01100004 Oer us maiarin Awes contracted ,,;
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that-- Ramon will ;. be ;:, able .t. to Canada"- and it's the Land Rover :came '-up during the in the"Canal Zone ii alio, ort the
'1",''',''''"7"r;-'''"-','''';'''''''''s"'i' serve, es : President.. , :. ..,.'' which, has Just become, the', first vve
It z wasn't l' toe touch
floated it 0ff, but those rocks testimony,: when, Potter asked wane, .,', ;, ',.,,,:r. -, l', '',I,.:' :,..A.., ',.,',
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tor $288,000 to build a ,terminal '': ...,He asked' for' tof Increase- of' -I
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rt at the 'Rio Thea- .. ....., .. automobile Ito trav, el
t th p narna Railroad... ",,,-,, t020 000', tor, 'operating,,'Gorgas
d, or. e a
the route 10t,theavier :every- time,,';',-',', '--
ama, 1 ther, 'lugging the winch ;,,,, cable
es of the Hew York'. .' --- t-. ., 1 4.,,,., of the ,,:Panamericarf Highway
. trom San Jose to. pan
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:11111.1 el- ,I tinder -,the; 1955 ILEL-Panama 'Hospital 'as there :is ari, urgent :
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-. ; ',,'""-, 'f',, ', ".. hist he'eautte, there's a route' treaty the Panama' Railroad tev.,' need: for more 'physicians:. ITUrSP3 :'
uardia, ,Jr,,, Left to , . ,,,,-. e, ,,
orwar o fas en t a (MIDI! tylinallstili 'be transferred; to- Payanftelt,,t, ,,,r,,,,,,,,,t in fl.. ,,,
9 re,h. fistart, EoriPtv.,,i : -.,
'',11', 41P .,-, f' ne,' r'''"1,10.10 '' !".;I:e i,n't necessarily a 1,,gh rinint "er"er """' "1" ''vr'S -"' 's--'"-:-'4---t"'--, ',x- '0'', ---" -1,,t,,,,A, ', bervice wiiet'el,diac.,.
'' ' ' ' '' '' r''' 'Y. 1 t we r' -:',,,,!- it::-- "' t"-t(Jugn, It' t' ,-1, 4,,,,i' sd,,,,-,(43" : i Ila d asked 'Potter whether must now wait as muCh, as- four:,
ko n
'.'-' ., ,,,, .., .,, . 1,,,,, ,, ,, s,,4 ; I t 1, -', Laitd Rover, royseif an& 1,140 of fourowheei drive ,to eope,livith.:.
the government intended tojunk: hours..t0 ibeliseen,..,,-''''-,!- f!''' ,,-'''''
; -'--- '-'",:.'1-:,':...:-',: instrur : i 1 Atenants ,ti,at
:--4 -: -.12,,-., J.f..,,,-,,,, 4 current ta P V i presidential no- doesn't, mind being hot,I Ivet,','
t my buddies. We were the first.' -, ''t Summed up,' anyone '.. who
Now,' courtesy et: genial,' host
hungry; tir,ed and covered with the-Outmoded -railroad 'and go !)q2--,4 L '-- ,,, s''. ::.:',"
':,.-''.' ,:i v, '.2...!!!';,,, rninations is riA anything definite, Wolfgang 'Becker,,, we' are 'rest- ahead:, with plats 'to, 'build : the; 01,,,,, :,
A ''''d ''..:
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, ,, , pass under t,e budge, sevelt, -It's': more -comfortable
- . .4 t d y than, our normal Rhode .--
:,'1 ... a 0 '''' '''' ''- '
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, Faust also predIct o a months could do the trip with. -,-
the out further e o
preoc ,upati ns, It,
, e,sen or en $
2
Th I ator front rio-','' '''' r 5011'41rtlii4 ....
Ida said that' many of the pet- Yese4 s' I, : ,,E
' Land Rover's roof,..,: ,,,::!'4 ....--, his, equipment; 'holds Out, that
' t the Zone.l. .,. : ..,.. s.,,;--,.. ',-, ... !,,,',-, ,,, ,,., ,, ,. :, ,,, ,,,,,,. ..
" '' ;' -, i ' that Swiesi ex-Prosidont Arnolto ,:, -k tv arguments between Panama; , .1,,. .. ...
- .....-- '',!- ..": '- ; -:''''' Ariei will be greeted with -,, ,a ';', 1 M !, 1. ana an, 0 Oil 0 ,.,, ..
C di t d btf r is "- ' ':',. ' :' ' h d St t th t ''''t ':.:" ' PI ..
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a el a 11 .-) h:slat' St..'3.'
-, '', :-'- ;..,,., ',monster demonstration on hia ilk ,,
occupation., 'Owner :,and': chief .; Th ', : ini vome Jur Over Canal Zone traf-1,,,
e real credit for ur gett 0- SiosIyor'
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7.:,;. turn hero,: within the nests. film .. driver of the Land.Rover is John ,throu
, months shortly before the ,-, Nao,. p h. ts
, gh belonas to the 'ricos and '- tic '''.' using that gevernntent'S ,,,, ... .. ; .. ,.. . ..
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saying he ad not, accepted., nor ,, :,:
S'o'Fd11'waisG'14zuoMteidNiyieTIstenil'r'daAy;:luninal3s ..:t.,' '' '..
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. ,, I ''' 2 4 s ',''' WASHINGTON 'April 30 (UP) --- W.'E. Potter Goy- (
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ernor of the Canal Zone and President of the Fanair Cti
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, nat'Company 'turned, thumbs -down 'yesterday ori a, 'pra';
i : - -' Washington that he would accept : :
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' I the nomination for President if be ', , -, ,, ,' ,',,'' ,()' BI'L',, 1 :,, r'igv,lit,; Pas.at th,at.a hi' hwo be buhilitg,hawc.aroyssi,stbhettZtonci..,- ':,-e -:'-; :
FIRST FROM SAN IOSE IVY AUTOM 9 Y
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'' '. Ie, said thot before a th US, gaff gaffI
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1 il selected by the CPN was r:-s
Canadians Andy Turnbull end John Addisgon";anIderEtntglishnian
', Bill James with the Land Rover in which they inade the first ernment. must de.cide whether a sia7ley!I (kr modifi,e.d..1,oc,:ks, ,',
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, tom an ose, os a Rica, down the route et a a
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to bile. trip f S J c t n I will be bAllt in, the near future.. t :
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selected as the 1960 candidate by
. a powerful group of CPN direc- ,, , $ 1 ,
- the Panamerican Highway; ,, - -:-'- Potter' testified at a Itearinct hPfore ttio tittyilinOr'Pfb
tnrc at a ywrivato rneetinft.' '-',, . ..
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paper mad referanca to ohs- ,' ,, . , , ,..' , ,, ',,. c : ,' , ',", nil
L .c1 ..,'Ro..'v'Or':,','Firit,',.:',,tiln.f:::: r'f r'fttee
ttee r'fttee on Appropriations. He asked for Congresro-al a'p- 1,
I ',' arrs'''i who are 'of tha oPinion
' that if Arias is launchird as thi,, prova ,a $17,591,000 Cartal'Zor.e 'government butlget
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' I CPN prasidential candidata and a,,r1
for the'fistal yepr that begins Juli,1; 1953. ..'. ,:. l.. ', :'
4';':' i -.,L';': .' I ''''' ': Pottir'told, tile subcommittee:headed by Stii,'Sp' es:, I
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' vies prasidantial, candidata it 'N.. r'N
Alalandra (Tata), Raman as ist. .t,., -,.., ,,,f,, ,.. ,,,. ,7,,,, ,..,.i i.
, I will b. tha basis of an auras. L JI F,Anmtarit-nr H I" k t A I o' '. I '' e po ;A I ' LL.11.-1 th et t ..1... !k .i it., 1 I :- I ''

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t een. stega,-;:y!plaoc ,es11.7rueRs141:11pdr,e,o;:7;ly.91',,i;r:;:,10,,r7:,!L.,, :. ,,:,:,y..,,e. 7.:!..,..,1
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ors that, Arias will stepdown ...
raise thelevel,of water rourhi it 1'1,' ''' ''.
": ttn'sY lIelNioDwit,SAWt'sTIJI).1tatNatertediL-1' t''S ''''' '''' 1'4' .'-' :- 2- .'-' ... .--'' ''''''''''''-'''-- ..s
rock on; ilvhich the raft carrying' ng er 0 . ,1
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Ills -''oo' b''s-e'r'S' atiOnl S'''''txt:' ''''' 'L'iuildl' '' h '-''' f Malaria ':"C' 'a' se's" Contra csie d'
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- :', .,..i 1, pariod of months. er'' 'goers 162' labelled o'around the woriefrom
lye,floated it off, but those rocks the highwaY name 'up during the in the"Ganal. Zone 1; alsgt ori,,t,he
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lidell,nt.b.O.:-,a..b.1!(,t..., Canada". and it'S the Land Rver the' Land. Rover had ,stuck fast
, ..., 2 :.1.11.1:."::.:..1., ....::::.1:.;;.,..,.... ......,...,...,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,.,.,, thet--,Remon w
... which, has ,lust become, the', first
the route got,theavier ;every- tirne,,';',.".." ,-,
' testimony.' when Potter asked wane, ',', Li', !,,..,,,,..-, t,. ',4,..:. '.., :,...-,;, '', 1;
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tor $208,000 to build a terminal '.': ...,He asked' for art' Increase. ot -I
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'3, :: - ik 'El ,.-., i ,. ',."'S ': ,:. e ,,, ',,,,' 1,-,,ter,m1., ion et last'pl fit's' ala eoppect at the Rip Theo,- ....";ja'"--111" 01 .,,-- .. automobile Ito travel
1 tor 7the Panama Railroad ",''','",, t020 000', 'for, 'operating -,'Gorgas 2
' i',. of the "..'Panamerlcarf' Highway 'It (wasn't 'tod lunch '11.111.1e1 1''' Und r the,' 1955 V 8."-ianama RosPitaras there 'is art,- urgent .,
Larl,ngton and leagding pgersonalities of the Rew York' --... J-....... ,'
' 1 ter U3 1.,- ..- .ti.tor .nd Mrs. Ju, 1. I.
ft t 14' r trom sap, jose to pariana'.1 .. ther, lugging the, Winch -." cable i anamit' Railroad ten,' need for more 'physiclana, nurses ,'
,' .. iPhilharme 1 Orchvtra called on 1.ils :xcel,, n ry and Mrs. Ernest() de la Guardia, Jr.,.. Le o s-, ... ,, ... ,...... .. e, ,.... ,,., ...,
I t because ther rot I forward tO fasten it 'towiply '''reatYeth"),
,- ,,t- right' ore 1 s. P. 1' T. 1-f,i'rr, v i'- r f 1 -, ry- tc:ent of the Philharmonic', Orchestra Pociety,' . -, ..- ,t, '' '11 '- .' '' US ' 5 e I e I t '41 i il
,,,:,,, ,,.-1 ininal.;.wili ,,be transferred. to- Pa-,(-1 pri..eil,,(, ,-r.,,--,-,-,,,,,1 in ,t,.., ....,4, ...
vu. t necessarilv 2 1,,,ph,t PO n v htmmtpr 0 tv
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buddies. Vt'e Were the first.'
tourtesS of, ,, gental,-host
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ite, W011gang' Beeker,,,- we' are 'rest 'rest:
: 'rest: i. '':'.'.7' ', ',: ., ', ..,- : s' ''..- :, "' i ., : -, ..',::., .. ',. .,. : .:'..,,,...., :',..,'.: .ii ', 2....,,,-. ,,,f!';.,, niinations, is rot anything defin
ing up fOr free In theRotel Roo- k
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en his. seL,odercivIlritit fort .:iVat,:nnderito,Svord.; elholf
''''' '''''' :7 e4g4" i 1.:' :.1':'':''''''.':'(''. '''''' :..2:.; ''''. ?'''':':'',. .;':'''.1.'':::17:-'....' '--;-.''': ''''"' '''::'' '.''' : ,' ": ', --.., '.. .:', .'' '::'' :' :':'''; Arise. will bo greeted With ,s ,r, I'M !,,o. 'Canactian,-. of :doubtful"
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- 1: ..,. Culture came to Rio iltbajo ast night in its underwear- J -
' ; -" Th 100 odd musicians of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, most notable ..orchestra
evev to PlaY In Panama,' had to change Into their evening clothes in. the street outside the
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, tio Theater,' as the audience s ro e y, ,,,,
Desighed for movies, and small lhows the .1110 hos
- fP11 dressinr room& ' ' ," '''', : ,

tx-7 :-,As a further reminder that they were not at Carnegie Hallthe Musielanti had
to changS shortly after hit second overthrow
Into sodden ,evening elothes. Their trunks hod been left uncovered in the aftertioon do.wnpour. in ten years.

" Further highlights. Of the ameu oreuestries downbeat Introchiction. to Its Latin american 1
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About 500 gatecrashers or free-loaders got into the 2000-plui seat theater, along with
, 1010 eash customers.' There were complaints that the guardsmen were not too sealous in reES-President
Dr. Ricardo I. Al Al'
' Al' moving gatecrashers from the reserved seats of latecomers. , ' faro has been appointed as a mem mem2,
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said hp would introduce a- bill. to the 1,,oyalty Day program.
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,11,- k,''''4,,Btolling Atone" (Mail Box, APril 23) would,tio,.Well to reset
u; islerspective; Where did those travels and-adventures occur?
4.; I An armchair about 50 years ago? One camirnaginatiVely visit
ithe four cornets of the globe by reading noreisand,geographical
pifcature -while, sitting in an arm chair. , ,'.', "..'. ,, ,,,. ',s,- A -,, ,
it4, ,t,s. --11Rolling 'Mane" mentions distinguished ,norkdegreed educe--
,i, taanists whoe.names he cleverly or naively-, onlita,, frem his
4,4 trav,elogue. Indeed, everyone recognizes that Aliere's some indel indel4,
4, indel4, ibleAuality about genius and demonstratect superidrability that
11', even transitory fame or obscurity cannot all. Cite these names.
, II Surely, their bearers.will not'shudder, if they, arelre,-eminent, in
,1 their fields. 11 ', ,-, .- ,e ,
:.: Gs reat names do pot tarnish -with time; they' grew brighter
4,, instead. They are endurable in that they can withstand petty
:I!attacks..., )81r,,,,nancis Bacon, Thomas- A. Edikon, Sir ,Winsfon
Churchill and a host' of other greariVretratrfrrnerriwhOse
' !-k ontributions to the progress of mankind are priceless, were not
It ,college graduates. Yet their monumental, works are beyoPd our
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u ower -to add,or detract from them. Sir, Winston at 83 is still
4 lpouring out brilliant literature -- Woild Ilistory of, the English
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, v Speaking peoples. Sir AVinston is notable for Ilia Zandor. Ask
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,,, 'him what be thinks about educational standards. "As In the
ll tase, of most, distinguished people, high pirOnal standards,
- 1 leometimes even higher than those maintained by convention, are
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- ,,,- tlargely responsible for 'their achievements. , i
j ,! The dominant trait of the defenders of low professional and
O 4ethical standards is a tendency to personal invective, Cynicisml
t 1 d
g an sentimentality are substituted forAnowledge and realism,
3 1, hey are never obje;tive. And in ordentei,shield their medlocrity,
: 'end to justify,their mediocre standards, they cling like patasites
'-!, 'to those who have attained some modietntersuccessik-,: ,i'l
' May I relemphasize that the focal' 'point of pis issue is that
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1 the Canal Zone Administration deliberately juggles the cultural,
I' achiCatiOnal and economic standards pljocal-rate communities?
The-Paraiso High principalship is merelt ona of the" instrumenta
, used to perpetuate this cycle of imposture, Clear ,,ancb sincere
i leridership is needed- at Balboa Heigntsd., ,.,t, .4.1ter, 2 41 t,
1 "Milk of Idagnesia", .(Mail Box, Aprii 25) should change 'to
! tquitor oil for he, reasons as brilliantly se-the- late-Sem-loseph
i' cCarthy.,'', 'Me deceased Senator's fetish WRS branding people
tin associated with known Reds by Ipropess4called; "guilt by
' 1 alociation";, while "Millc of Magne arrives At irrational
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onclusions by' Proceeding from mall alse prinifes2' Intlogig
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, 4 la aPproach is known as the syllogis i methed-of reasoning. ,I
,, f, From the tenor of my argument eVeri nail-grader wouldn't
; En my point. -- A college degree should, 'must and is the main
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,,it qualification, or rather the most important elernentin the overall
requirements, -for determining, the eligibility of a hignschool
1 principal undef current ArneriCan standards of education.
100.-AnY candidate lacking lhis pri, reoutrejneptshould titti tittileven
leven tittileven be considered. Bear inlmind tha it s ni.)'nuir, 4
' :pent but is the most important. .,"''" '' '-, ', i,, .t
i, -"Milk of Magnesia's"- sophisticated method of .reasonini( will
'0 rill introduce the, original idea that' a confirmed drunk or
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O onvicted criminal having at college degree would be eligible for
, : he office of principal.' Jun hpw absur,d,can we get? Let us put
' it rinciple over politica,- ,-' ,,,' 4 - ,-,.. t ,f
to ''t don't believe inlighltifir for's o t- cauPlIAd sine itrds
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0, ontemplated-to shut down ParaisO,111 after ,the next gr (it,
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effect., Ittoes not mean to consider attentively -Thin,' no high
school,' no.principaliship, :rime
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: , The'letter .from "Rock ,'n' Roll" -Mill Box.. 'April 28) really
102 sounds As Abougb it were written by an intelligence usually ass
sociated 'with Abe Elvis Presley element,juvenile or moronic,
certainly' huMOrless.
F:43orr3i he bemoans my beilylaugh, but lots of things amuse Me,
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-1-7.-io-i'ry-We-bemoans my bellylaugh, but lots of things amuse me,
: atift, the I station mistake was ong, the,m; kt,Noo (didn't,
laugh when the young fliers suffered a fatarplan; Crash., And
4idn't think it funny w;;en our maid suffered broken collar
mt,, bone getting off a bus. 'Just took care of her, is all. -
tut I laughed like 'crazy- when my 'husband hit his thumb
of a nail the other day, even if he didn't. Takes all kinds
,
to make- a world, they son t,here are laughef,q wecpero,, andi
11 I find the former more pleasant. '
One ,thing I definitely do not,. rear& RS' liumOiOtia is. thia
..;,!, tendency.. to inJect the racial question In matters of this kind., I,
r, would have laughed' just as hard whether,the confused attendant
was black, white, brown, yellow or indigo., And I would have felt"
oo, equal sorrow had the flitrs been colored.
,4r-uLl'ou,whcrcall me a second-hand AM'Clitlirltittstlitrittetonil-;
tlass something or other to be so determinecTto fon the liable&
;,.v of racial hatred.. Anothei Kasper perhaps?
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,r : '' Still Shook UP .!
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A total Rater's"' le,tter 1Mail Box, April But.that gal sure's'
got to write another and beinore specific so I can fugal the wish
it of Ai,
IShellays .(I'm sure it'a the, cause ''she sotmds so, wespishr,
that any intelligent gentleman with no sea duty an4 a two-weeks;
correspondenCe course could fill a pilot's job( '14 4
A, Veil. 110V41111 real intelligent and I never had sea duty.
''' I need Is the address' where I can seniNor(that correspondence',
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course and I've got It made.
lad, contribute to the Bail Bo& one, more time and
ii, Provide that ,important informationo- ,
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'0: like to patronize Panamitnian establishments'but they do,
thetr best to discourage trade. Used to b'thi Intrhaetnal was
a good place to go. The atmosphere, food and service 'are still
: gooti, bUt I certainly balk at paying 80 cents for a cockts.11.
, ?.'Ishe excuse for the price rise is the tax increase on alcoholic
beverages. You tan still get a cocktail in anymajor city In' the
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Slates tor much less despite higher taxes on liquor. Eyp, when"
4, they use local liquor, they charge 80 cents probably it,mere 95
Prsr,cent Profit,. A
, 0 Drink 'em yourself,, boys, you just lost another. customer..
tvph: in Promaine Palace (that big hotel I forget the natne of
- width Is near'Et Cangrejo) yoti' can Ittir lervillghban:tor 75
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loregnant. Miss Clooney Jread,- a laugh., , e,
film critic's review which nofed: k. r
"While Clooney is an attractive This season's Circle 1
girl, she doesn't have the photo- pri7e ,sbows, "The Musie Man"i
graphic glamour to carry a love and "Look.,Ilomeward, Anlel,"1
story." wereproduced by,'Kerrnit
Miss Clooney showed the critic's garden, He nod, has ardistie
comments to her groom, Jose Per- awards and monetary .thropies.
rer. He read it and promptly snao Only a year ago,:Mr13loomgar ago,:Mr13loomgarped:
ped: ago,:Mr13loomgarped: "I wish somebody would tell den said: "Any man 4vhd'becomes
me how you got into this condition a producer is a damnied fool.At
if you're not glamorous enough to verges on Insanity. We're P111
provoke dome sort of love affair!" crazy, I suppose.. I'm a family
. - 'Man, I have responsibilities. I
- Ed Wynn' is; tiering another shouldn't be in the tbeatre: But I
memorable performance in the can't think of my life in any other
"Marjorie .Morningastar". flicker, terms. It's a ipusr word to use.
a sure-fire Osear.contender. Only I don't like to say it. But-, ,the
a few, years ago, Wynn had 1.7 theatre is my love Couldn't
trunks packed with scrapbooks exist-outside-of it." t
and couldn't secure a job..His son, The most obvious fact abOut
Keenan urged him to try straight theatre-folks is that they are in inacting.
acting. inacting. Wynn said: "I'Ve never curssbly stage-struck. And their
spoken a straight line in my life." love affair with the theatre Is al alHis
His alHis son responsed: 'I think ways 'a lifelong romance..
you'd be igood, because in the --
ing room yOu're the saddest guy Viewers .bave written that one
I've' ever sebn." of the most touching and inspir inspirThat
That inspirThat was It: INC "This Is Your Life' programs
" was the one devoted to Roberta
Susan Strasherg is lighting up Sherwood. Several weeks 'ago, col
the Bmadway skies. ,She is one of yumist Robert Peterson quoted
the" twinkters in the 'Time 'Re- Roberta:, "I thinir Persistence is
membered" dramatic click and. Is the key to sucess, provided you 1

THE HEADLINERS
,
King Buffov is reigning at the
Cope. The Great Durante is being
as uproariod as ever. He is a re remarkable
markable remarkable .performer,' full of con,
tradictory characteristics. He is
the night club clown who rasps:
"Dere goes a load of ice wid three
olives. Twelve-fifty!, Somebody's
gotta pay Tot the 'Cocktail room.?
He is the anguished man who waj
extremely.sensitive about the size
of his schnoz for many,. years.
Nevertheless, he made h a badge
f success. Ile is the piano-flog,
ging fool, inka dinka dooling,
I
who was ripped by melanchol
,and el hefrAid,-,Ir4en
and advisor, Lous Clayton, passe
"Without Lou," he mourned, "it
was like losini my .:- -arms ind
legs."..He made famous his myst mysterious
erious mysterious farewell:. "Goodnight Mrs.
Calabash, wherever you are,"
I
However, his Intimates know t
he has an aversion to saying go9
night or goodbye at atir time,,
, The tremendous affection Jim--
my has gained 'probably ,, stems
from his ovm basic decency. He
has a simple, wonderful philoso.
phy: "This is a great world with
great people in it,. if you'll onl
open 'your eyes and look." And
1 smong the great people is James
.
Durante.
From. the Las 'Vegas sportsi
pages: "Headliner Phil Harris
scored three aces as he and Sob
Hope defeated Bing Crosby and
Walter Winehell 1 un yegtordav in
the curtain-raisee, of Wilb u'r
Clark's Desert Inn 8th i- Annual
Tournament of ChAmpiong, which
has enriched the Runyon Cancer
Fimd hv OVP'. 61:1.000 oven" year,
Phil,. Bing, ,Bob and Walter, each
scored an ace witti ww rullinu, in
a new record putt,lor the Desert
Inn's 14th Hole. ltie dant a 42-
footer as the large', ghliery of
spectators (3-deeP) patty-caked."
Itos mary Clooney, who is baby babying
ing babying again, has something to,sing
about. She is a successful Derforin'
er and i happy vvife and ',mother,.
Some years ago. while,, She WkS
1 oregnant. Miss Clooney 'read- ,4a
film critic's review which tided:
"While Clooney is 'an attractive.
girl, she doesn't have the photo photographic
graphic photographic glamour to carry a love
story." , ,
Miss Clooney showed the critic's
comments to her groom, Jose Fer Ferrer.
rer. Ferrer. He read it and promptly snao
ped: "I wish somebody would tell
me how you got into this condition
if you're not glamorous enough to
provoke dome sort of love affair!"
-, Ed Ilt'vnii is, :tering another
memorable perforinance in the
"Marforie ,Morningastar", flicker,
a sure-fire Osear.contender. Only
a few, years ago. Wynn had 17
trunks packed with scrapbooks
and couldn't secure a joh..Ilis son,
Keenan urged him to try straight,
acting. Wynn said: "I'Vg never
spoken a straight line in my life."
His son responsed: 'I think
you'd be igood, because in the Irv Irving
ing Irving room lyeu're the saddest guy
I've' ever sebn." '-,- '
That was It: ..

How About You, Too?

starring in the 'Stage Struck"
movie Miss Strasberg has gain gained
ed gained numerous glowing notices., The
Jinest tribute, however., came
, from Helen Hayes, her co-star in
"Time Remembered." Shortly
after the show's premiere, Miss
Hayes declared: 'This play is in
this theatre because this little girl
did it. Maybe I gave her some
sort of confidence,' bot she gave
us the rest. There are times on
the road w,heh everybody wants
to quit. Do you know- what Susan
did? She played little games :with
usdedicated. every performance,
for instance to somebody,mention
in the play. Susan kept us all
feeling optimistic ,'' at the worst
times; She was the ,pnly,,,one :who
kept us alert 'and ready to per perform,..In
form,..In perform,..In brief, Miss Strasberg
is a trounor..
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This reporter has been' critical
of TV rating services. Sour-gripes
'aside, the fa4is that the most
delastating debenter f, of rating
services,are the rating services.1
Mine', mar reported., several 1
months' ago: "The. most eloquent,'
hard4gting critics' of the ratings
are the services i themselves
when i speaking' of their compet competHorse
Horse competHorse Nielsen,, for example sr.
gues that human error, bias and
forgetfulness work against thel ac acourancy
ourancy acourancy of the' others'. methods
sbys also that their samples
are usually unreliable.' In special
surveys,' he has tested,' the ac accuracy
curacy accuracy of the other,' niethodi by
the yardstick of his own Ind
says that all three faU wide of the
mark.".." Of course,
Rivals disogreeand also rap
each other's technique&

' Brigitte Bardot has become
every males's Miss Daydream for
twoand moregood reasons.
Ironically, the. ,Gallic sexpot's re recent,
cent, recent, marriage was 'shattered be because
cause because her groom (silleh man)
was bored with her. He-no-longercared,
etc, Miss Bardot declared!
,"flow could believe he loved me?
lie was never jealoits"
, Life"; and love,, are replete with
unfunny jokes. I-order, to live.
'however, you must loye. and

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. THIS IS ISRAEL
AlCiiii 1 1601 lik-.,. ,,. 4., '--
' t-, ., --- Ati'd yo, havi to see the trees
. 1;' ,, 1 .. '' -- ''.' -, millionrof trees, imported from
' ' ''' 2 ''' similar climates in Australia, con
have Maio 'talent.' I'd- been ,..in tributed by Jews from all over
show business since I was a cilild the world, carefully planted along
but didn't get my big break until the roadsides and the highways.
I ,was 42 years old, I felt I had 1 You have to see the irrigation
a singing style and g .,,message works, the Yarkon ,. project, no
which. ,had merit as ani entertain-tbigger at
er so 4 kept plugging along even its headwaters t h a it
Rock Creek which aixtbles through
though there'," were' time0", I teal Washington; one.fourth the : size 1
I must be out of mY mind trYing. the ot the Schuylkill which' runs I
to make a go of things in' h
8W through Philadelphia; one thou.
business." ' sandth the -volume of the Hudson I
''' The liecret'of' successds never
to surrender to tailure. as it flows yast Manhattan. -
4 7-, '''';' r! Yet'the headwaters of the Yet
' ' ' ----- ' ''' 1Con, every drop o watcr cherish.'
For the 4' newspaper publishere ed like gold, spreads out (LY e r
who' have convened inNew York; the Plain of Sharon and makes
Headlines expres hisiory 1.- rather the Negev desert bloom ,50 miles
abruptly Black ragments of ', it away.
classic serial. It is the funclion,of Or you 'have. to see the farm
slailies aoreport. the m a golg000tlIttrteritretifsztTifgrel4 from' Hitler
and grotesque panorama of vents. living next, to refugees Irorn Nos.
The ironies .and tragedies, -The
triumphs and festivals. National land
ser, along with refugees from Po,
calamities. international debates, ,, or from Mgeria or Yemen.,
At first, they have only One
personal misfortune. Murdert.,,, ig- ,-
nited, by a flash ,of ,,gunfire, 4hetoond in commontheir religinn.
'I'hey speak Ito common language,
Ivo of' piotAtial nueleardi';41c have been separated by the cen7',
laer the li;doerisy ',0f,'Idipii -"cv
,--,. turies, But they learn liebrhw,
end the IheacY et 'certain' Fr4L'al and their children learn ,to know
ideologiesi Iteporters,.editor ', iind each other and to marry -tech
publishers', work and, ponder and other and soon out of a melting
write., They, Must be Solomon and pot at
Shakespeare and ,beat ther dead- diverse mationalities ILA
grown a close knit, cooperating,
line. Profound judgments, super- ,, ,
ficiaI or ridiculous. 'Nevertheless, ' ', t
every 'free newspaperman. strives ive is, a noble, exciting experince.
for a englw goal: To 'report0 the This reporter has always taken,
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for il single ,goal:' To report the man. For no man can o rn,
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fering of the -exiled, tribes of Is Israel,
rael, Israel, built in the dream, nurtured
during 20 tentUries,that someday,
the Jews .would come back to a
home of thier own; built as a liv living
ing living memorial to the 6,00000
aeWr burned tetilelas chambers
of Hitler.,
' All this is behind the dedica dedication
tion dedication the determination, the pio piot
t piot 'neering spirit that has made Is Israel.,
rael., Israel., 4 "'
Yeti -have to go-there tO under understand
stand understand it. You have to see t e
bulldozers pushing rocksrocks e eroded
roded eroded since the days of Abraham,
millions-of rocks pushed aside so
that crop& can Ile raised in Attie
patches of clean soil underneath.
' Or boy& and. Men and women
painfully picking up the rock
and putting Ahem on stone fences
to -line the little patches of soil 1
being cultivated to feed the sons
of Abraham ,
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'Ade cuantry in tears' 'Or
b,,,;t, in t. al, ;israel. dren t ant, ts,v,-,:'; chit chitilktniy..1,,wr
ilktniy..1,,wr chitilktniy..1,,wr .s aiter it tie. oren as raci,ant r as
dared its jade; seven A. any 'in the USA; or o. pea.
ran nations a t,tacked on three ple as they, go down thebathe
sines. King Farouk of Egypt was in the Wittill Mediterranean; -the
so sure ot Jnarching into its big. Moslems at-their prayers; t h e
gest city. that he' had a stamp Christians as they worship in-the
pruated ;featuring his picture. Un. cathedrals otlerusalern and Naza.,
nerneath was tile,,world ,tTel A. rethr the schools, the universities,
viv." the camels and the-caravans, :and
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, , the new railroad 4ars contributed
Farouk and the Egyptian Army
never got to Tel Aviv. The brae. by West Germany as -a-, raker of
penitence --for fthe soap factories
li Army eight years later would
have got to Cairo had Eisenhow. Or you have to see tte boPt boPtof
of boPtof Hitler.--- iL! 6--,,,-,t11 .r.
tals, where, Men like Dr,: 111i im
er ana Dulles not intervened.
Sheba Pionter new Near East
fsieervyen Adertsenrmelonnanttrioines thaint
medicine; where 'Arabs are given
st oTphpee d
1948 and which routed the Rus. the same treatment esJewss and
siamarmed, vastly superior EgYP- where Egyptiae wounded, taken
tau Army itt 1956 is the secret of in Sina4wece--nursed hack to
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African republic of Ghana And:to
the new republic :of liirma;,,--and
that the scientilic dcoveries for
eradicating tiles,. mosquitoes, Near
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One one, side oi IsraerlIip the
blue waters ,of 't,hlediterranean,
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King Farouk and Nasser fati,d to
ttoconquer Israti.
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sary faces a greater crisis thaa
evernot immediate, but even.
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From the Near East last Sep September
tember September reported .the Kremlin
timeitable,- It was: unite Egypt
and Syria.; ,subvert Saudi Arabia
and Jordan; overrun Lebanon;
bring -all, the Arab state w i t It
'their 70 per cent of the world's oil
,reserves under Moscow and-.Nas,
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Schedule. tgypt and, Syria ars
joined, A pew ruler was virtually
taken over Saudi Arabia. -Pro.Nas4
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ed, have been losned to thclnew gether, They cannot be 7- solved
African republic of Ghana Anct.'to separately,.
the new republic :of Eurma;,-sand What the French do in Algeria
that the scientilic elcoveries tor iffects ,oil in Saudi Arabia and
eradicatingtlies,, mosquitoes, Near a fects the Jews tf Israel and al.
Eastern diseases have been blade fects the 'United 'States.
available ta tel Arab- statcs- .4.; And what Nasser' does is-Syria
,,,,, ,,t,and Egypt affects not IS
DANbEtt OF TWA 11-7 rid 'but ihdtistr3r lit France anti
, n , Western 4urope and the United
One one, side-4 israirl'I'ip the States. If Oil for.the'lactories of
blue waters ,of thcileditqrratiettn, -Europe-is-not forthcoming through!
warm. and,friendly. the ,Sues Canal, 'the French must
On the-nother-three,---sidea'-are getit from Mgeria.
deserts and- mountain 'ranges Orom 1: This is the-most ; Complicated
which peeriAral-gttatitseVer SIT 'prublow fating. the free. world. ,,
watch, evett, wising thtp,osii)ility. It's ,41 problem-which carries ths
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1 NEW YORK-,-(NEA,There's
always a new sensation., This
month's is Sam ,Cooke, a practi.
tioner ofsan art lie calls :,control
',Ied rock.and.rollA
;) A few short months ago, Cooke
' .'; was the lead singer with a spiri.
I tual group called the Soul Stirrers.
i Than began a chain of events that
I bas led the young Chicagoan,,,,to
ithe big time satfast, thst,f'as. to totnic
tnic totnic Alan King laYr.
even have time to change his
tame'
'Sam ha's been.with the Soul Stir Stir'''.
'''. Stir'''. ters for five years. ,.
1. "For, the 'last, hres'yearc.
says,
'' gone. as as,1, rouj..1,rith40'rt.
'When got an otter to ,go out on
',!sny own I talked it bver with rny
father 7t., he's a minister.lie said
, man has, to to ,what he feels.
' If my fathei had been oPposed
): to the move,,I think still would
I, have done it. lut r'
'.be didn't oppoSo tne.ty,,,-
1 Cooke sings his pop songslilte
: hishig Keen hit, 4Iyou Send -Me,"
- J,which, mcidentally, was written
:113y his brotherwith' the same e.
, motional intensity that he used to'
, sing spirituals.
r;I sing the way I feel,', he says.,
0.Itst like with spiritualg they're
' an emotional thing. It's the 'same
, with pop songs--I can't sing f'd
unless I feel.it. 'The melody comes
- first; if I can ,feel that, I'm 'all
, right, that's the important thine'
, Cooke's gimmick., ..;.''avfrybodY
, has a glitimick 'now is his 'oah,
:oohr ooh" sound,:which happened
accidentally the first time.
: "The ,Soul Stirrers were singing
f Fresno,". he says: "The guitar
', !player Was Up too high for me.
'I -signaled him to take it down,
.s he changed keys right, them.;
. g I had to slide down like that'ook,
.!ooh, ooleto keep up with him
,and the' manager said, 'That's
, :good, keep it in.'

: It's been in ever since, andlt'e
.one otthe reasons why this pleas pleas:ant
:ant pleas:ant -young man it' the sentation
'that be is- . : . 2
1 sOm'e'l. ricord coMpany.execut coMpany.execut'lives
'lives coMpany.execut'lives are big defendert of rock-andavl.
EMs l'resley, 1,et al,- even
,though they, themselves are not
:what you'd call teen-tgere- ... ''
,v' United Artists' Al Tamarin says
, le thinks and has r' something
Ito say to teertagerst especially
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kimply can't understand," Tama Tama'
' Tama' tin says, "I think maybe it's some
lsort of secret pleasure --.VII plea pleatire
tire pleatire theyi rill yet experience, yet
. lean feel I y'rel Indulging,' when
they listeni records." '-'
.1 And Joel arlon, who left the
ht,
1 boss' deslt ii RCA to form Carlton
. tecords, thinks "teenagers are
7 treating a nevr art form with
.., tock-ancLroll.", . :
. -"It comes from a combination
' f things they're exposed to," he
' ays: "Thingt- like old Ace music,'
. illbill music) 'pm', pore.' From
,, It this is evolving something new.
dork't know what, will come from
t;ttut.I'm -certain that it will have
.vermanent. effect on our musie
ke bop',' ivhichdiect task, but
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Show" (JoniTames, MGM).
Soundtracks bythe score on new 1
''The Long Hot Summer,"
on Roulette,inelltdes the title song
7,,,t tgers;" "St.
Louis on t,.44ol, has Nat
"Iking" Cole wth' the wonderful
dy songs; two from Decca are
,"CowboyIt and "S a us, h t e ton,
Tenth ,Avenue,'' -Dot, has "Desire
Under the Elms'," particularly
Acore;' and, toPPing off the
''InalirPacific,", from
wie music far outshin.
ing 'the pretentious, overdne
,',New operatic releases of high
merit from London comes a
magnificent complete, version of
Giordano's "Andrea Cheniert"
with Renato Tebaldi and Mario
Monico in the leads;' front
,Angel there's a one-record "high "highlights"
lights" "highlights" of Verdi's "La Forza, del
Destino," with Maria Callas and
Richard lucker, which is- a cut cutdown
down cutdown version of the complete opera-
issued a ,year or so ago.

Ilehru s Parly
,
To Turn DOVIIVI:OVI
Reqiest Io Resin,
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NEW DELHI, April 30 (UP).
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh.
ries ruling Congress Party will
turn :down his latest request fo
resign, informed sources sald to toda);
da); toda); Congress Party. members said'
Nehru announce4 his 'desire ,to
resign yesterday only because he
felt he should give up the gov
ernment leadershii) hi order to
deal with Internal party.problems.
The party Is pliigued, with a
growing lack of discipline caused
by regional,' factienal and caste
rivalries.
1
' e Id,' noted yesterday thit
be has headed the- government
for more Ahan 10 years. He said
he felt the need for a rest from
"this daily burdett bf the r e emiership.1
miership.1 emiership.1 But he! $dd he would
leave the decision bp to his party.
'
Bus Driverli',Son
Kidnape n Front
10f Middlesex, Home
. 44 4 :
' 4 MIDIALSEX, April 30
(DP) -- A bus driver's five-year
old 'soit wall kidnaped from in
fr,ont, of his ,h0me ,ny,,,,iwo women
and, a meal yesterday' afternoon,
police reported lode,
Police sala boY Michael
Sickle III, was riding 'his, tricy tricyFele
Fele tricyFele when the trio drove up In a
pickup truck and 'spirited him a a,'
,' a,' Early -today, more than 15
hours after the abduction, no ran.
sem note bsd been received, lie.
cording to 7,1id l'ervt, Borough pa palice
lice palice ,
Pollee said II a 17.year-old Sie.
,'schooI bus driver, was a
man of modest means and an un unlikely
likely unlikely prospect, Pt ransom.

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television-radio divislow of Wes Westinghouse
tinghouse Westinghouse Electric Corp., wmoune.
ed yesterday- It will soon. put on
the rnarket equipment capable of
converting Its conventional; high
fidelity-, phonographs to stereo

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ENTERTAIN FOR PANAMANIAN AMBASSADOR.
i ro GREAT BRITAIN AND MRS. ALFARO, ,,,

' The British -Ambassador and Lady Henderson -gave a
dinner party at the British Embassy Monday evenhig in
honor of the Panamanian Ambassador to the Court of St.
James and Mrs. Carlos
Guests Included Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo Aliaro, Sir Vivian
and Lady Fuchs, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Brhi, Mr... and bins.
Emanuel Lyons, Jr., Mr,' and Mn. Merton ,Ford, Mr. and
Mrs. John Mayie, Mrs. Matilde de la Guardia, Captain 111.
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beth, Lambeth, England.
Bishop Gooden returned on Mon Mon,
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MISS ALICE JOAN HANNIGAN, daughter of 'Mr. and
J0seph Hannigan; -of Balboa will be graduated from Colo- ,.;.,
rad() State College HI. Greeley; Col; .on' May 27. She will
celve her' deKree in Business-, Education.' Iliss,Hannigan watu'iw's
borrt in 0)1011, and ,was graduated from 1171
in 1954. Sh has attended : Colorado State:. for the
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in bed'' said the guest at the par party.
ty. party. ,And every time she sneezed
the other guests silently wished
that was exaetly where she was.
The person who goes to a social
gathering when he is coming down
with a cold or with flu is selfish
and inconsiderate.
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"10.4magiimmilmloiwap.am440 ::to4:,io
,' 'Closed' Mondayi

day from a ten-daY visitation td
the missions of the Archdiocese of
Western Panama.
Dr. Rolando Chanis
Attehd Medical Convention
Dr. Rolando Chanis has left for
Atlantic City, New Jersey, where
he will attend the annual Amer American
ican American Medical Association Conven

Mrs. Spool Returns
Mrs. Marta Spoel of San. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco de la CAMS is returning to today
day today by plane from a vacation of
three months spent in England
and on the Continent of Europe.
Mrs. Spoel is a member of the
faculty of the ,National-School of
Music.
Will Visit Dauobtsr ,,
Mrs. Arthur W. Goulet of Ancon
left by plane yesterdsy for a visit
with her daughter, Mfrs. P. V. Za Zagone
gone Zagone of Alamogordo, N. M.
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, ISTHMIAN BENEVOLENT
, SOCIETY OF COLON:
l'"SUMMONED MEETING"
.
'MU Officers smd Members
of the, above named societi
are hereby summoned to at.
tend an extraordinary meet meetink,
ink, meetink, or the EfeeletV on, Thurs..
day, May' 1st. 1958, 'at the
usual meeting, Disco st ,,,II:00
. "BUSINESS"
' Reading of amendment to
Article .22, Section' 1 'of the
BY-LAWS of Abe societt, ; ',
O. LAYNE, General Eeeretary.

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Each notice tot Incluslon In Ms
Dr. John Woods, formerly a
column should be ubmitted us
resident in surgery at G o r g a 1
Hospital, is the guest of the c sr,t tene-written form and mailed se
Baptist Church of Balboa Heights the box number dsted it.,,le in le lefor
for lefor a ten-day period as he and 641 and Clhenvissy" 11141iYst"
his family are on, their way to bv hod se the office. Noticvs of
Shell Mere, Ecuador, for mission. meetings cannot be accepted bt
ary service. 'strobes',
Woods is a deacon at the Bap. Card Party
tist Church and is presenting .., rern Leaf Chapter, Order of the
series of messages to tse vari variI
I variI Eastern Star, is having a cay
ous, organizations of the church. party at the Ancon Masonic Tem TemLast
Last TemLast Sunday he took part in the 'ple on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
worship services; he spoke to Prizes and refreshments will be
the adult Training Union, and on
Monday night to the m e ws served. Tickets are $1.00 and may
Brotherhood. Tonight at 7 at thelbe purchased from members or
mid-week "Hour of Power mot the Masonic Temple.
church will present Dr. and Mrs. I ' ---.
Woods In music and message..
Commander John J. Kotalik of
On Saturday evening the Couples
Class pf the Sunday School, of 1 Gen. George W. Goethals Post 91
1VFW Loyalty,Day
which Woods was teacher, --
sponsoring a chicken dinner after'
'elm today announced that observ observwhich
which observwhich the Baptist Youth Fellow-1
ship and the eouplev of ance of Loyalty Day on May '1
will be held at the Post Home on
church
'inspiration Service with Woods as Plans have already been drawn
speaker.. On Sunday he will par- I for the celebration which is a
ticipate In the morning worship sprogram of the veterans of For For9:30
9:30 For9:30 leign Wars of the TIS and originat originatwill
will originatwill joie in a nilesionathryeprb.mor.sdey evenIng starting at ,,7,:30
hours at the 8:20 service,
Sunday School, and 10:40 service.
- He and Mrs. Woods are under Cmmtinian MaY DaY
led several years ago to counter
lowship which has eat,blished a
the World Radio Missionary demonstra demonstraF
F demonstraF a bons. The program has soresd
hospital on the edge -of the Auca since Its early beginnings in the
Earl. and novt is supnorted bY
jungle. Woods will be in charge
Indian territory of the gcluidorian VFW Posts in all the States.
- During the evening sU Posts
of the, hospits4 it le from two members will be urPecl to sing a
point where the planes take off netition urging this Corwress to
tfwmnlate the necessrrv legisla legislato
to legislato maintain contact with.the Au Aucis.
cis. Aucis. -.., .:1, , f', .1 , , tion deelaring Loyalty Day a nat nat,
, nat, ,' :, tonal holiday.
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WASHINGTONJV an g u a r d
Chief John P. Hagen on tile faik
ure of the Navy's latest-satellite
to go into 'orbit: 4
"It was a "great disappoint disappointment.",
ment.", disappointment.", , c,
CHICAGO A- doctor, who
asked to be unidentified, report reporting
ing reporting on advice to Cardinal Stritch
to cut down on overwork and take'
care,of his sori arm before he
left for Rome:
' "If he had remained in Chicago
three more days for treatment,
the arm could have been saved."'
.
WASHINGTON Rear &Ilk
William ;F, Raborn replying ,to
Rep. James G. Fulton (R-Pa.)
who asked, ft' three submarines
scheduled to truis to, the. Arctic
might be involved in planned tutder-ice
missile tests:
"YoU're ,getting into classified
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DOYLESTO Pa., 'April 30
(UP) Internstionalv-known set.
entist Dr. Earl W. Flosdorf, 54,
last night. killed his wife with a
blast rfonk. a shotgun before the
eyes of their 10-year-old son. He
then committed stdcide.
Bucks Country coroner. Thomas
Lamb said Flosdort aPparently
1pound up a "wild drisking bout"
by murdering his wire, Ester, 49,
with 1,,,, Lew )'a
gauge shotgun; theft stuck t h e
mnzzle in his moutit and Pulled
the tzigger with his toe.,
'rhe couule's 4son, William, ran
screaming 'to the tome of
'neighbor, Mr., and Mrs. Lindsey
t waterer c1K4ankoeried:, "daddy
.,.ot,,iiatinIffTleltieighlaors no.
tified police. A t
' Officers said 'Flosdort inventor
of the method of freeze drying
human blood for plasma, apparent.
ly, had been drinking heavily ail
evening.,Several emptybodka hot.
tleS vi,,,ce found the kitchen.
' said 'the' chemist's wife
had packed- an overnight b a g
and'appearedjo have beenxleav.
ing the house when she was kill.
ed. The blast struck ler, in the
face at -close range.- Lamb is.
sued a certificate of Inurder and
suicde.' 1 t, 2,
, tlosdorf'S body Watefound in a
chair with his toe still gripping
the trigger. Mrs. Floridorf was
crumpled in "ta hallway. Investiga Investigators
tors Investigators said the walls were splatter.
ed, with lalood 'and 'the furniture
was overturned.
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HOLLYWOOD, (NE.)
voodites Are Tel, r4 About: Gor Gordon
don Gordon lilacRae's dect.lon that sing singing
ing singing isn't enough for a show busi business
ness business career these days. Frank Si Sinatra,
natra, Sinatra, made the same discovery a
couple of years ago, but Gordon
, just taught up with the idea to
turn straight actor in, a couple of
movid roles Bob Crosby a d
daughter Cathy calling off the
feud. The way was paved when
Cathy called off a romance not ap approved
proved approved by Bob Bette Davis'
nursing of the only Oscar TV head head'
' head' ache.: Her role on the show was
cut 4n favor of the Donald Duck
cartoon feature,It's said.
Jack Benny's Rochester back on
his feet, and returning to TV,-following
long convalescence from
, that stomach aliment... Jack Pal Palslice
slice Palslice and wife Virginia completing
roles in "The Phoenix", in Germa.
',,ny without mending their marital
, rift. Jack is Hollywood bound-with
- Virginia taking a vacation in Spitz
crland,
John Wayne paging' singer Kee.
ly Smith for the feminine lead op opposite
posite opposite him in 131111 of the Tail.',;.
Miikey liargifay finally 'losing bit
grip "-;--on Jayne Mansfield in their
: swinging let in Lev; Vegas., He
, ginned and bOth crashed to the
floor. No damage except a skin.
red knee for Jayne ...Bessie Love,
the silent film star, now 60. return.
' Int ro the stage-in Perth. Scotland,
, in Mil own nlay; "The' Homecom,
, ing.2 The plot is. about s Holly Holly"mot
"mot Holly"mot actress who returns with her
' -daughter to home and family in
limCrica after a long absence in

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' F ank Sinatrals,,"Nii-comMent".i
to dy Garland', kidding 1111(1051
to ew York. newgmen that,, he's
"in love with her., Frank "AM:: Yr.'
I But. tooi'to Lauren Baeaq's hint
, thatt they are eonsiderina marri.
, agerrhe thin singer js tlgyine it
cook ,these days to' Iliguie-ihe oer, 1
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AiTo Etijoined'From. s!
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RAVIN ROUGE. ta, (UP) '---
Ousted' in emberl 'of Ai local
church are sdheduled ,to' appear,
' in tourt here May.,5ittcek,sliew
cause, why they, sbou'd not be
' permanently eniolued,from
t tering with worship services.
More than. a dozen members of
the Mount Herman Baptist
Chureh appeared before "District
Judge Coleman 1.4indsey Monday
It under a petitioUstibmitted by the
paslor And other membert,'.."wiio
- eta Are in, gbod standing..
Ile petition charges that :the
nested members sent, threatening
not;es to the pastor,, cut tires on
thepastor's car,, interfered with
woahip by shouting and pounding
onothe ,tburch.',ptindows,,,eursed
04:Shouted at 'Ibe-pastor during
, sermons and po ity e periods,
turAed butthe lights turing night
services and. assaulted members
whVtried to ,turn them bn again,
removed the pulpit and many of,
tht';'.,,church :,seatsane carried
awey', churvh,,.reqorde:',.ond, song
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The Miftt lbody -of the,tOngre the,tOngregatini
gatini the,tOngregatini withdrew "the right of
friendship!! troni some ,-of the
tnipbers last month and followed
upearlier this,,month by-,excomAntitnicating
'12 Others.'

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(The Story of
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sonal privacy he's always wanted
but seldom had roily Bergen's
ind to MGM for- the TV rights to
"Jumbo." She'd like to stage the
show as a big spectacular next fall
No decision yet from MGM
.Producer Charles Schnee's worry worrying
ing worrying out loud about Hollywood mov movies
ies movies overdoing the use of title tunes
for exploitation purposes purposesAs
As purposesAs he sees it: "The practice is
becoming. too common. Soon we
might expect to,hear such class classics
ics classics as 41 Loved You During the
,Boom on Yucca Flat' and 'You're
My Destination Tibet, Dear.'
Biggest gripe from moviegoers
to me is that most title tunes are
heard only at the beginning of
filmsnever IN the pictures.
Both of Lawrence Welk's TV
shows being renewed for next sea season.'
son.' season.' So who didn't expect ,it? ;-.
Shades of Hollywood's early silent
movie ,dayst ,
Visitors to a California movie
ranch are being charged to watch
the "Rin Tin Tin" telefilms being
shot. Jack Wrather collects' the
moolah, and that's one of the rea reasons
sons reasons he's .8 .millionairm
Ann& 4Magnani midi Anthony
Franc-ion slated ,for co : stardom
in a film, vessiom, of., Tennessee
ifOrpneus Descending:"
The olay' was written 'for the
wild-haired Italian star but she
'had -to, nix a planned Broadway
,opening, because of her, busy 'ca 'career
reer 'career

Jerry, Lewis' 12.year-old son. Ga
ry, winning :,"introductory" billing
for his role in pop's "Rock.a.Bye
Ilitab".1' He's that good Gregory
PPck and family renting a 1T.room
rtila in the south of, France for a
nol ,tip laved brig vacation slated
to' start next fall, B3P", the time he
sails.. Peck- Will hove made five
movies in a row with hardly a day
off Anti, says, he.,,t'I'm bushed,"
Overheard: Producer- to a Miss
Gunny Sitek; 43ttw';doll: -,"Why
dool ,you go to a heality, parlor
and get yourself atr estimate?','

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind.' (I,T)---A
29.year-old neiaboy and his 85-
year old bride, a' great-grandmother,
honeymooned at home to today
day today following a fancy hotel wed wedcI4,
cI4, wedcI4, and a telellised reception.
The bride, Mrs. Laura Belle
Wilson, announced, "I may- look
old, but I don't feel that way,"
a:ter the wedding ceremony in
the governor's suite of the 'Van
Orman Hotel Monday afternoon.
Her new husband, Jim Bough,
who. supplements his income by
mowing lawns, grumbled a bit at
the lack of television cameras
during the wedding because "a lot
of my friends are going to bel
watching.", ,
,
But Boughlxamed when he saw
the television cameras 'set up to'
cover the reception. N6 pictures
were allowed at the ceremony
which was attended by, 15 mem members
bers members of the family and about the
same number of newsmen.

Democratic -' Mayor Thomas
Lemon officiated at the 10 min minute
ute minute double ring ceremony. The
couple had requested his services,
pointing out the,-,were, "life
long deroocrats;" '-'
-The wCdding tad been delayed
about a week because Mrs. Wilson
had trouble diming legal 'evi 'evidence
dence 'evidence that she was 18 'years 'old
and of ageLto 'plarry.:',

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''FIA:iltENCE; Italy rUPY Art
critic Bernard Berenson,, 92, was
recovering satisfactory t oda y
from a hack ailment .that toreed
him to go to bed and caused
worry among his friends.-
The Harvard educated" Ameri American
can American expatriate iinderwent Crays
that showed titi pathological ail,
ment. ,Physkians- said be as
feeling much' better. Their rug rugnal
nal rugnal diagnosis was that he was
sufiering frpm neuritis. 4
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Berenson, who will be' 93 next
month, le considered the wOrld'S
foremost, critic tif Italian Serials;
'sance srt., His Florentine villa is
filled with precious art objects,
'collected duripg three quarters of
a century
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AWARDED ,CERTIFICATES Lt, Col. Russell W. Hechinger, 1
,
chief of the Army Caribbean Quartermaster supply divi-
sion, congratulates two &Allan' employes after presenting them
:With certificates for sustained superior perforinanc.,' Maurice
Young. left, is a propertr and supply clerk who makes his.
home at' 27-61 Mariano Arosemena Street, Panama City.- He
is credited with 17 years of government 'service.'Rasil ,rheok-,
-tisto, right, supply:store manager, has been with the govern govern,
, govern, ,
nitent for about 14 yeaxS. ;Re liVes at pith: Street,' Eist,,
7,"'' Bella Afiny Phete)', ''N
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'WASHINGTON (UP) -- Inde Independent
pendent Independent retal'ers opened a drive
today ;or le g s la .tion that
could bar their competitors from
selling name brand appliances
and other products at less than
list price., ,,
They sought colgriaslonal inter.
vention, because, .they said, so.
called "fair trade" laws in the
states 'have crumbled 4n many
areas under the assault of dia.
count sel ing. adverse court de.
cisions and outright' repeal bY1
some state legislatures.
Pmponents of "fair trade" ar argued
gued argued that it is necessary to as assure
sure assure small retailers "an oppor.,
tunity for proift" and prevent con concentration
centration concentration of economic power in
the hands of a few.
' They voiced their plea before a
House Commerce Subcommittee
headed by Rep. Peter F. Mad(
(D-I11) The panel Is consider.
ing 'legislation sponsored by 1
Chairman Oren Harris (1).Ark) of
the) Commerce Committee, )
Harris' bill wou'd bar a retailer
from selling products at less than
the minimum resale price ,stipu ,stipulatect
latect ,stipulatect by the manufacturer.
Any retailer who did go atter
receiving written notice from the
manufacturer would be subjected
to Ai damage suit by competi-,'
tors. or by Ihe manufacturer him,
self. ,
Manuraciureri would not be re,
quired to. establith' minimum re,',
sale priceiProponents of the legia.,
lation are confident,. however, that
the pmposed law could be used to
drive out of business the se-called
"discount houses"' which sell
name ..,brand appliances at less
than list price. '
WILL .SEND OBSERVERS
CANBERRA (UP) -- Australia
will send three military obsert,
ers to the forthcoming U.S. nucle nuclear!tests
ar!tests nuclear!tests in the Eniwetok Proving
Grounds,' Defense Minister Sir
Philip McBride announced yester.
day. The Unihed States hes invit invited
ed invited members of Ahe United ,Na ,Nations
tions ,Nations to'. aend observers...for the
tests,

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FLOCD pAMAGZH1CH..
WARSAW, Poland CCP)Offi
cials today estimated damages
caused by floods ravaging east.
ern Poland exceeded 4 10 million
dollars. The government an.
nounced that all profits from the
staterun lotteries would be di
verted to aid the flood victims.
A public campaign to raise funds
for the 25,000 persons left home.
less alas--was under wAy. -
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YAWATCHO, Japan (1.7P)--T4
name of Americah showman MA
Todd will be mentioned at the,,c4.
istion shrine when special.r.4,,,
ers are said today for the re--
pose of 886 persons killed in
world-wide plane accidents ths
past 12 months. lodd ched in a
plane crash in New Mexico, last
month. i

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I,- nett atWI Dunn Four of their students Carol' Ka Kar
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WASHINGTON (VP) Mrs.
Onie Mullis,- 25, was being held
today for grand jury action in the
!gal stabbing of her. husband's
girl friend.
A coroner's jury' ordered ber
held alter an inquest Monday into
the death of Miss Kathryn JOyce.
Mrs. Mullis sat quietly as po police
lice police Pvt. Thomas E. Hines told
the jury of reaching the scene of
the stabbing and finding her
standing near the dead girl and
1 screaming. "Get him (her hus husband,
band, husband, John Mullis) away from me
or I'll kill him." ,
Mullis did not testify against
his wife. (
The officer said Mullis, himself
s'ightly wounded by his wife's
stilleto, stood sobbing, l'Why did
she kill her? Why tlidn't she kill
me?"
1101111Cide Detective Sgt. Mahlen
E. Pitts told the jury Max Mullis
gave him thi saecount bf the slay slaying:
ing: slaying: She found her husband "either
asleep or passed out drunk" in a
car in front of Miss Joyce's home.
Miss Joyce was sitting next to
Mrs. Mullis suspected that her
husband was dating Miss Joyce.
After she slapped her husband
into consciousnesst Mu lis struck
her but later got into another car
with ber.
, He. drove around the ''corner,
stopped and began beating her
and tearing her clothes. ,J
At this point, Miss Joyce came
around the' corner and tried to
halt the fracas. She and Mullis
walked away.
Mrs.' Mullis then grabbed the
Japanese stilleto type Jotter
opener she had brought from
home and ran after them. She
plunged the knife to Miss Joyce
18 times around the neck and
upper rheSt,
a a
ONLY 994 LEFT
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There are only 994 windmills left
in the country, that made them
famous, the government reported
today. windmills were de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire last year. None
wa rebuilt. , '

Demand For-Nell
Thunderbird' ','
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Reqorled 'Growing
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;-The Ford Division of the Foid
Motor Co,,,bas ,announced it is
prodacing its new four-passenger
Thunderbird. on a heavy
overtime ,schedule and assem assembltng
bltng assembltng every possible car in an ef effort
fort effort tci-meet demand for the pew
, luxury f-car. Iro' a At at it at
0,.'WrigNt,,FtircrAttoloCe.
vice'president and Ford ttivision
general manager, said the pub public's
lic's public's deinand for- the car is rep rep,resented,
,resented, rep,resented, by a ,backlog of 5,000
advance. orders, already on red
cord. Hea,dded that "We are do doing
ing doing everything we .can. to in increase
crease increase our': production to'. meet
the demand and our hopes are
to -be producing about twice ss
inarri Thunderbtrds in April as
we did last month."
The current Production rate is
slightly over, 100 per
, Based on -the:, assemblt:lrate
of ;,the ''-former,,,- two-passenger
Thunderbird,,' thi'5,000 SWknee
orders ,,, represent about three
months 6; production. ,,

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,,, OR ANOKE, Va. (UP) Police
1
- I kept a'close guard today over a
, -,- ,3-:L,, 49.yearold auto m e ch a n lc
, t , '. t charged with killing his wife and
',' .,i t --2 : i two chisdren with a pickax, crit
H :, ically injuring a third child and
: '..:; .' -:':'- ,,,1 : -:" : 1' ''' , ': , remaining with their bodies for
I more than 24 hours.
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11 Officers had to wrest Grover
i Lucas from the hands o two men
i IP ''.....: '.1 1 ,; ,, i who joined an angry crowd lh
' t ,: ,,,- t 4 1:- :
I 1- 1 neighbors last night minutes
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1 I after police broke into Lucas'
apartment here and made the
. .0 ,51 grim find. , ,
, 1 '''''' ' '' : ' 4ri. ': ; :: :: : : :., :. Scattered through the 's'econd 's'econd'
' 's'econd' ,..,, s,,, i
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1, '':::"':rf'' ''. :' ":4,,,,s1 ,..,.' ::- ,-111,,,,'!..',.:.: L:,.., r::':,1 of Lucas' wife Connie; 48', his 11-
li,', .,.,,,,-.0 ---,y.'1',,,k,' : ----, --,,- ,--: s' ,, 1 year-old daughter, Mildred Joyce,
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4 '" ,m,,oni, 4 0,,:,-,' :.1,..,... .and 9-year-old son, Dennis.
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'' ' '' : ''' '''''''''' ':":' ':'" ''''''' : : '' : : :s' : I Miss Dorothy Smith,' 25, Mrs.
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,,, KEEPING' AHEAD OF TRAFFIC-Dcan Paxson hasil't lost : sure yhether she wouid liye. 2,
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his head to traffic in Topeka; -K-an.:; he's just corning.up fora- I A bloody pickax was found in
loctk-see while.working on a'sewer excavation. theapartment's bath room.
- - Police said Lucas' had clubbed
isi. r. o An cans gr.. fit a .1 oir

Hfillytvood Pro4ucer NOW Rep !yin

To Critical Letters In US Press

HOLLYWOOD (UP) -- The next
time you dash off a letter-to-theeditor
in a fit of pique over the
latest movie you've seen, be pre.
pared for an answeryou may
hear from producer Charles
Schnee.
, A few months ago Schnee read
an anti-Hollywood letter printed in
a Los Angeles newspaper and de decided
cided decided to give Ithe letter-write4 an
answer:,
"No' that I presnined to speak
for ,ther industry as a whole,"
Schnee cautions, "But I thought
it was about time someone at
least made the attemp to cum cumerect
erect cumerect letters antagonistic to'. the
business:" ,
Answers Many Letters
Since that time Schnee, current currently
ly currently working on the screenplay. of
"The Hellinger Story" to be joint-
ly produced with George Sidney'
for Columbia releae, has an answered
swered answered some 'I50 letters printed
in newsPaners printed throughout'
the ',United States. The producer's
answers also take the form of letters-to-the-editor
and a majorly
nt the time have been printed by
the newspaper concerned. ,
"Results have proved most
gratifying," he said, "Dissenters
by, tbe, score have answered me
in return and I believe I cement cemented
ed cemented a bdnd of goodpwilL Even if I

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haven't converted anyone's opin. c,i -Mrs. Lucas, called pdlice and
ions, I've won friendships where reported Lucas had told a local
silence would have created con. laundryman that 1 his wife had
firmed antagonism 10 the Indus. been killed in an auto accident.
tr3'.' Mrs. Williams said the laundry.
"The boxoffice can't be helped
by ignoring patrons whe take tithe Man, Mrs. Lucas' ,employer, told
her -Luc a s had asked for his
print.'"
out to express.' their :views an,
, , bwei e, en' s k ipleydc hienc ka, n s an yu itnog wsrheec kh nd
, Assures Valid Sample ' West
To assure he answers a -valid ,
sample, of 'p'r In te d criticism, The laundryman called Mrs.
Schnee engaged a national press Williatts to con'irm the death
dinning bureau. This 'same din. and she went to the Incas home
ping serVice rad a recent statisti. to check on her sister.
Cal survey which showecr that the She was unable to get intei the
entertainment business ranks a apartment and caled police, who
close third among the top 20'50. broke into the home ,and found
jects of contemporary in'ereit as the )3odies of Mrs. Connie Lucas,
reflecteUby letters 13 '300 metro, age unknown; the daughter, Mil.
politan newspapers Wall sections dred Lucas, 10; the son, Denny
of the country. 1 Lucas, 9; and the critic-ally in.
"Or a national snmpling or 1,271 jured stepdaughter, Dorothy
letters minted in leadina newspa. 15.-
pers," Schnee reported, "the sub.
3ect of morals and crime led the Ambulances were sent to re.
list with 147, followed by national move the bodies. and earry Miss
politics and federal government Smith to a hospital. Police said a
with 120, and entertainment and erowd gathered and two men
sports, 110." seized Lucas,. who, evidently bad
"That ratio is very impressive becn in the neighborhood, before
considering that the 'list of sub. s9tutd, cars arrived On the scene.
pets mirroring the public's most ) frA :
vital corcern continues on a di. Miss. Margaret Craig, a tieigh.
minishini scale with such. tOpiCS bor,, said Lucas had tried to kill
as labor, racial tasues, intern& his stepdaughter. with a hatchet
tional politics, health and taxeat",,, on a previous occasion.,

theapartment's bath room.
Police said Lucas' had clubbed
his victims to death with a pick pickas
as pickas and, 'evidently had lived in the
apartment with the bodies and his
injured s.ep-daguther until 'police
broke into the home and ma de
the, grim find last night.
The 'b odies were discovered
when Mrs. Fred, Williams, sister
of -Mrs. Lucas, called pdlice and
reported Lucas had told a local
laundryman that 1 his wife had,
been killed in an auto accident.
Mrs. Williams said the laundr.
man, Mrs. Lucas',employer, told
her -L as had asked for his
wi,e's paycheck, saying she had
been killed in an auto wreck in
West

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Stcrs Over

NEW YORK (UP) -- What's
wrong with television' It's a pop popular
ular popular game, and any number can
play. -
Well, one rather profilinent
thing is tuning into Any of the big bigtime
time bigtime live varietv shows for weeks
on end and finding iBob Hope as
a guest, as recently happened. Or
George Sanders. ,Or, name any
star of the moment who has a big
picture or a big record album or
some other excuse for all of this
exposure. It is especially objec objectionable
tionable objectionable in the case of a Hope.
who has his own periodic TV pro,
gram. ,
How much exposure can a star
Oand? Or the viewing audience.
This is sn no! eri,,;nal
with television. It was inherited
trirvi r..dio where the guest star
was born. ,

'Defeat Own Purpose

Take westerns. You like the,m
you don't. But they seem to
defeat their own Durpose. even for
those pert's! to thcmi. when some
producer gets, afflicted with the
ehange-of-nace, virus. an4 thinks
that bis series has to ome up
will a comedy story, Ow' and
then. , e' 5"
This isn't going t6 Miltietree the
non-western cabal into ,thinkinct
more highly'of the genre, and it
certainly ign't, going to please the
ont-an4-out western fan who likes
his villains villaninous and his
mmolay as serious as blank car cartritices
tritices cartritices can 1110e it.
One exception' ,here "Gun "Gunsmoke!'
smoke!' "Gunsmoke!' When this.program does
an off-best, tnngue-m-cheek story,
it does it well. i
,
' ," Nfted Now Ideas

Perry Como will 11A hg"k ,","
season, of course. But isn't it

Hypnotism Cures :
Hav Fever Victim

HYPNOTISM CURES INSIDE :
LONDON (UP) The British
medical journal, the Lancet, Fri,
day reported that hypnotism
clired 11,,v woman 4 who suffered
frnm hay fever for' 11 years.
Two ,physicians reported that a
27-vears.nier housewifes wss
not identirieci, had suffered deep
'y from the ailment from April to
July every year; sometimes
spending the entire-night' awake,"
gasping for breath. 1
;Gaon and Stephen
Black- said that ,tinder hypnosis,
the woman '..wat Aold that. she
r would have neititerAathina nOr
hay -levor and would taye;,,iip.,.dif.,
, breathing,. ).
The phsicinris thst 'as a
result of tha 411e wom:
sn hati "remained wel1.7

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about time, after three full s(1,-,
sons, for this fine sing2r and( 4
very expensive sta:f to come up
with some hing besides:
(1) The joke about how lair
and-or relaxed be is;
(2) The joke about the. mellit,
luous announcer, Frank Gallup,
fighting with Perry for the oppor.
tunity to make a s'ation break:
3) The "letters, vve get letters"
excuse for Perry to sing some fa.
vorite old songs. The man doesn't
beet( an excuse: les ;ace it.
he has to do is sing, without.
gimmick. 4
And isn't .1t about time for
Goo4trott Aee. one of the really
great writers for the sirRs pee
his old radio scrintsto "demon;
,foe ettiv, htad of a substan substantial
tial substantial writintt staff, he is supposed
'o he trorth rumorett $9,000 a
week. The mRn can writ witty,
sustainFi (Ito4m,e. But he hasn't
(tone it once In three years with

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-North East South West
14 Pass I Pass:
IP Pass 3 pass
,3 Pass 3 NT. Pass
,Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead-44, -1,'

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) THERE was nothing unusuaj a.
5. bout ,North's- opening. elub bid 'of
, his one-heart rebid. Then,, when
South Jumped to three diamonds
North did,not want to either bid
: three no:trump or go past three
' no-rtunp. Hence. his very irregui.
ar three-heart bid, 2...
Harold Outiter of ", Lakewood,'
Calif., who sat West, opened ,,the
four, of- spades. East played '-be
iack and Sonth ducked. East re.
turned the ,,:five of spades and
South's ten fell to Harold's klate...
this point Harold took time
, 'out tc47,'",-Audy,,, Obviously ho Ce:11
ibstablishs. some Pude tricks 'ler--
his partner but how was his party
er ever going to get 'into make
thetn? It waa- obvious that South
would ,hold.,all: the missing high
$uamentls and k addition the tee
,of hearts.: ...4-;t.,414
)&1104-se, it7tebool were Wit
but Harold -- did little ,,, m to re
Aft4yba South's aee of
hearts. would be 4 a singleton.
Iltteet4 legi the deuce of hearts
and Ylst -Played 'the ten. Snlitil
took Yot- 600,:, of 11,alls and went
after the diamond, SUR, All Var.
JO do was. -to dnek twice
Pnd Sovtb 'weund with a lot
poe,i ,in.,4eornAtt but with no
wav to-,:rget them.. "l
' Smith 'nlavetflIttt'i. regt of thl
band well -- and Managed to. Itet
nftt big, treoIN1(4 4of flown Oett
but it wee lille''tonsoletion 4-
tha fen vto.trumn ba would
biivo made against average., def.

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QThe bidding has been:
North East South West',
11P Double Redbl, 2,
3V i' Pass 4 Pass
-4V Pass ?
You, South, hold: ,
4KISVAIS7 ASS 43921. k
,,, What do you do? '-
Ii.-.41'ass. Your partner has
Ilisard IOW redouble and yo
bld.
1 ,TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:'
' West North East South
,1 Double 'Reda ?
"You, South, hold:
40E876 VS1 SS 411ISS4i
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wrong with television' It's a pop. sons, for this fine sing2r and( isl
.
I, nett and' Dunn , - Four of their students Carol' Ka KaWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON KaWASHINGTON (VP) Mrs.
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ular game, and any number can very expensive sta:f to come up
r 1C. Shew pinos, Billy Coy, Susan Soysier
Onie Mullis,- 25, was being held ,. ROANOKE, Va. (LTP) Police
;",arnett and Dunn will Introduce and Carl Mable wilt also be on the kept a.close guard today over a
today for grand jury action in the -- ,--1,,,-, 49.yearold auto m e ch a n i e Play. - with some hing besides:
tvw of their latest exhibition,same program. The Gay Crooners
'atal stabbing of her husband's 4 07,, .. t, charged with killing his wife and Well, one rather proMinent (1) The joke about how lair
thing is tuning into any of the big. and-or elaxed he is; (
r',,,ces, the El Gaucho Tango and'popular song stylists will enter -.
time live varietv shows for weeks (2) The joke about the. 'mein!, i
t' Rumberana at the show which tain with their own special ar.., gull friend. ',,, j
I two chi dren with a pickax, crit
on end and finding iBob Hope as Nous announcer, Frank Gallup, (
Nt.1 be presented Saturday at the rangements. Carlos Garnett will, A coroner's jury' ordered ber ' s.
. , 1 ,. 1 ' ; ' ically injuring a third child and
.
; remaining with their bodies for
I'ort Amador Offi7s' Open Mess..be featured with his sahaphone. held atter an inquest Monday into
the death of Miss Kathryn Jeyee. N more than 24 hours. a guest, as recently happened. Or fighting with Perry for the oppor.
- '-' ''''' ' ' 1 '. : Mrs. Mullis sat quietly as po- -, :t.--------)
.. lice Pvt. Thomas E. Hines told ,... ',
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,F e e George Sanders. ,Or, name any tunity to make a s'ation break:
, fficers had to wrest Grover star of the moment who has a- big 3) 'rhe "letters, we get letters"
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: the jury of reaching the scene of i Lucas from the hands o two men Picture or a big record album or excuse for Perry to slog some ft,
ii- w o joined an angrY crowd th some other excuse for all of this vorite old songs. The man doesn't
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the stabbing and finding her i ay --- .-t l,
' standing near the dead girl and :
1 neighbors last night m i n u t e s exposure. It is especiilly ()Nee- nee4 an excuse: les tac it. All
, -, screaming, "Get him (her hus- ;
i' ' '- -" s, band, John Mtdlis) away from me
40,1444r. i 1-
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after police broke into Lucas' tionable in the case of a Hope. he has to do is sing without
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- apartment here and made the who has his own periodic TV pr-o- gimmick. , .,,,
... ; .. -, ., ., -1, grim. find. , grHamow mu-ch 'ex'posurecan'' sa. it'ar, GoAntodni,i,sn'Ate:el.t onabefuotf tthiemereafloi; ,,
t 2' ','' -- ,.1.,,44 I ,, or I'll kill him." ,
Idullis did not testify against
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, le" ', Scattered through the second. eand? Or the viewing audience. great writers for the eiras per ".
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- , 19 ;40eglis ,,' ',' his wife.. . .( If 1
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latest movie you've seen, be pre. firmed antagonism to the Indus. feported Lucas had told a local smoke." When this.program does - Q
aundryman that 1 his ,, wife had an off.beat, tnogue.m.cheek story, 4 A
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it was about Ume someone at cal survey which showed' that the She was. unable to get into: the HYPNOTISM, CURES INSIDE -.
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, ., ,,,. 44. 4amous, e least made the attemp to cum- entertainment, ,business ranks a apartment and caled police, -who ,,!.LONDObl (UP) --, The British : I 4 ,, .'. pass ;. 1, ,,'' pass: ..
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business!! '' . , , .,, jects, of ,contemporary. intereit as the I3odies of Mrs. Connie Lucas, day ,,, reported ,that hypnotism ,3 y Pass ANT ,,Pass .
-. wa rebuilt. -,,- ,. ., A M L tt reflectett,,by letters tto -300 metro, age unknown; the daughter, Mil- ebred a ,'.r woman ',who suffered s
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' Since that time Schnee, current- Politan newspapers in 'all sections dred Lucas,. .10;- the son, Denny frnm hay fever for'll years. : .'
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. I aainPling lorf 11 ',2-; '1 Ifuurceads,:,. silt;eptlianudshttheer-ciii)tiocialolyt illny. 27' Tvweaorthnyaciii,innsuareewpit;Artewdl,mthawt,' It '. '''.
'' , .--.1.,.. '41' ,,,," '' '''' eman or- ew ,, ly', produced with George Sidney letters Printed. in leading newspa- Smith'', 15.--, ,..,.. .,,,.,,,, : L. not- identiried, 'had suffered deep.- 7-',!-", ...,, ''.. ,--.. -,'. .. 4 '.
',,.. r.- ,d- ,,-4 ,,-T. ,,,,,, ., : -,,,,. ,,, : IL. for Columbia releae, has an- pers," Schnee reported, "the sub. .,. .',,;,. ;,-, -L.' '.'., 'y from the ailment from' April to ', ,'11;II ''' :''''7." '''' ''' ' -:: '''''''''..
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i 111 .- ---The Ford Division of the Foid the newspaper d considering that the 'tist' of sub. so,paslr:ears: arrived, On- the scene. wont(' have.. e
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ratifying," he said.' "Dissenters 'vital concern continues on a a-r,D1 ss. argare ra g, a -.rim ,. en y rea pg. : ... .., ..,,
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ed a blind of goodpl,vill.. Even if I tional politics,. health and. taxe t On ,,. p,. ,.. .a s. .........,...2.',,... ,..,, ema e... we ,,,., ,,-.. ,.
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I , , .- '.1. L . ,,. lic's dernand for' the car is rep- ,, ,, -Alsiesslor ; , ', s.'.' '.t ', ' ', L't, .... ; ',,;,.3', ',.:,' .:,','.: ''. -,.,7' .-, .-. ,, ''...'. ,.. ''.'."'''. ; ';', .:.; ,-,' .', er ever geing, to get 'into make .' '.
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iftlfs ,42 ''.;;L' diced fruits, vegetables 'i -'''' 1. ::::, .15474 f healthful proteins end vitamin, ,: ft. uld -hold .'alE, the missina high - ''
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l',,,,,,,itz',,,5'L''' tables, fru'iti, puddings, '.,,1 '.,' ,...., 4, )4:49o. ':.' ...;. and smooth Puddings ore -,.... -i. ,-; t1-.., .',0!. 1fram these pure,tempting on,eate.. ',,.' -, eb ,"110,1rIS,,3114. lit addition the ate : ..'
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, '' crease our-, production to'. meet . krouurs ,-, sou) a so Y. ,4,7: ::i.....,., 14,4,11,,,o .,.. ....., . ,.. .,...,.. .., . ,:. 0 4 ..... ,.. ,-.',-.... :7-,..,.-.4, 41: ," .:.'.' ..':',' Ir. leitittA.4..a.sir,',SchooL I 'wore lieit' .:
t : New Modess. Only Modess,has thii new,fahric cover that's ,,, ', ., the demand and our hopes are .' ,,,:,. law- :., .' .... -;:',J :. -,; ,,..:,,,,,,..,,,.. ,;.,....1:,-7,:....,,,,.:., ..,...., : .,... ...,,, ,. .,, ; -3,),...,;,., .. lt, .;....: ,....,.: ,,,., .: .... ,,,, :: ... bu ., Harold -- did a little ,, m e r,e .1 t
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Puttiq IliWt In TicUish Position

tTROIT (UP) General Mo.
- tors notified the United Auto
orkers union yesterday that i,
would consider its present con contract
tract contract terminated on its expiration
date May 29three days be ore
the Ford and Chrysler contracts
run out,
.The action --- making the first
bin, since 1945 that GM had ter termutated
mutated termutated or cancelled a contract!
,with the' UAWput the wdon in
the position of having to tackle
.the industry's big three at about
the same time.
Leonard Woodcock, chief union
negotiator, said General Motors
might be trying to force the onion
into a strike. t
If the corporationst. action yes yesterday
terday yesterday terminating the UAW-GM
agreement is a signal it hopes to
force industrial strife, then we
' can only repeat GIC has the le le..
.. le.. gal right to end the agreement but
it has no sucb right to force the
union to strike," he said. "The
- UAW "emphasizes it not. be
maneuvered into a strike particu particularly
larly particularly at time hendpicke4 by the
corporation."...0'
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-The past, patieril -itis,1;eeo- for
, the IJAVV to press a showdown
with Ford while Allowing the oth.
er contracts to' contlnue on a dayto-day
basis., The Ford settlement
. then would Set an industry pat pattern,
tern, pattern, ; The UniOn notified Ford and
, Chrysler last month that it ,would
,,, consider their contracts terminat.
ed on their expiration dates June

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Forel rejected that proposal Mon-1
day, rnd countered with propos-
als for a two-years contract ex extension.
tension. extension. Tuesday's actios by GM put it
hi the position of demanding an
early settlement..
."It is hoped that within the
next 3Cedays a mutually satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory agreement can be reached
which would govern our collective
bargaining relationships after
May 29, 1958," ,Louis G. Seaton,
top GM negotiator; told the union.
Seaton added, however, that If
an agreement was not reached
by the contract's expiration "the
parties nevertheless Can discuss
the possibility of extending" the
contract.-- t r 1 I
A'though a temporary exten extension
sion extension --could be agreed upon, there
was nothing to prevent eithez
side from walking out n the
talks after May 29. The practical
effect. was to increase the pres pressure
sure pressure on the -UniOn.

, But the union gave GM, largest Under the postwi
bf the big three, a 30.day motice the emperor was s
of modification of contract' supreme authority
Iowing It to terminate GM's con- "symbol of. State."
tract on 30. days notice. Either ceremonial functior
the union or GM could' have sly.
fn notice of termination yester. The ruling Ube
day have been' continued until Party, headed by
such notice was. given. Nobusuke Kishi, ha
The unusual step by GM bad a movement for
the effect of forcing the union led constitutiee Main'
by Walter Reuther into a relative. tion of the ,war.rer
ly weak bargaining position. The which will legaliz
industry has a backlog of 850,000 and elevation of ti
- unsold new cars.'' There also are peror's (status. ,,
400,000 JAW members'''. unem.
yeti. t- l opposition
Reuther hid bffered 'three. oppose'd to -revisit
Month contract-- extension 'which stitution. They cla
would have postponed the bargain. tion o: the emper
ing showdown IA) next fall when be exploited by ele
the companies must bring out a return to pre
1959 models. General Motors and' Japan.

TOKYO IIIP)-4 Emperor Horo,
hito s celebrated today his 57th
birthrlav yes'erday amidst a slow
but ,rising movement to restore
his pre-aar status.
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'Under the postwar constitution.
the emperor was stripped off his
supreme authority and made the
"symbol of,state,' retaining only
ceremonial functions. :
The ruling Liberal-Democraile
Party, headed by Prime Minister
Nobusuke Kishi, has teen pushing
a movement for, revision of the
constitutiOn;.''Main'goals are aboll
tion of the,war.renounchig clause
which will legalize 'rearmament
and elevation of the current em emperonustatus.
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see the Gulf's Orange 'Disc everywhere..
It means Gulf is yitally interested
m Panama s growth and prosperity.
It means that you are doing business
with one of the largest oil companies
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because' it always delivers fins prbducts
and friendly service.
Stop in soon at the big Gulf Orange
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sign; Gulf Oil Corporation has formed
' Gulf Tetroletmir S.A., to talES Ayer
Union Ctil operations in Panama;
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A SiLAPART3liNT HQ' I.J SE' iVITICI40 'ITSINE SIT-ES OINt
, , GROUNb FLOOR

NEW YORK (UP) tr.S. Steel
Corp., lilt by the slump in ,steel
operations,. reported yesterday,
sharply lower sales and earnings
in the March quarter.
Directors of the 4orld's biggest
steel company, however, retained
the 75-cent quarterly dividend that
Itas been paid since 'March 9,
1957.
Net profits in the first quarter
sfnk to $62,426,679, equal to $1.04
4 share of common stock, lrom
$115,478,109 or $2.03 per share in
,the corresponding 1957 period.
Profits in the iourth quarter
nt 1957 totaecb $90,096,732 or $1.56
per .share.
: Sales in the' March quarter
amounted to $800,074,024, against
$1,166,484,088 in the similar year.
,ago period and $1,034,243,514 in
l the fourth quarter. '
U.S. Steel shipped 40,51,398 tons
of steel in the first quarte r,
against 6,619,793 in the first quer.
ter of 1957 and 5,133,511 in the
tourth quarter..
The common dividend is, PaYa PaYa,
, PaYa, Me June 10 -to holders of record

quTahreterrewturn on sales in the first
, oponese Emperor as 7.8 per cent com
; paredwilk, 9,91,, pe, r .eent 'a yea;
GroduallyGammg ago.
niaTeheps, company's steelmaking fur.
operated at ).54.1 per cent

,, nit' cersa tzercaatpeadeityt )511411.1r pi erg- cent
Pre-WarStatus the
, March quarter. ,This Compared
TOKYO Emperor Horo, with 95.7 per cent in the first
M.to telebrated today his 57th quarter of 1957. At the start of
birthrlav yes'erday amidst a slow this year the company's capacity
,rising movemeut to restore was .rated at 40,212,000 tons am amnia
nia amnia pre-a ar status. nually.--
,-, "Big 'Steers total tax hill tor
'Under the4ostwar constitution'. the March quarter came to $79,.
the emperor was stripped off his 789,907. In the similar 1957 period
supreme authority and made the it paid 5133,442,259.
"symbol of. state, retaining only Employment costs in the first
ceremonial functions. quarter of $353,637,678 compared
' ,' with $460,247,430 in the, corre correThe
The correThe ruling Liberal-Democratie sponding 1957 period.
Party, headed by Prime Minister ,The company said its employ.
Nobusuke Kishi, has teen pushing ment costs include no) provision
a movement for, revision of the for the funding of non'..tontribu.
constitutibe Main'goals are aholl tory pension costs which, if made
tiOn of the,war-renouncing clause on,thd same basis as last year,
which will legalize 'rearmament would havc amounted to approxi approxiand
and approxiand elevation of the current em- mattly ,28 million dollars the
peror's (status. first quarter, before income taxes,
,- and $13,400,000 after income
, opposition 'Socialists -are taxes.
oppose'd. to ,revision of the con- The corporation's working cap,
stitution. They claim the restora- on March 31 totaled $580,800,-
tion of the emperor's status will 000 compared with 4606,30'0,000 a
be exploited by elements favOring year, ago. ,
a return to prewar : militarist Directors also declared the reg.
Japan. ,, ''-, ,, ular dividend of 51.75 on pre

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e'rred, payable May 20 to stock
of re-zord May 6.
Expenditures for additions to
and replacement of facilities to.
taled 109 million dollars for the
first quarter of 1958, against 98
million dollars in 1951 March
quartet.
At year-end authorized projects
to be comp'eted required a filr filrther
ther filrther expenditure of 640 million
dollars' compared with the year
earlier total of 115 million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, ,S,

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,World Wars, in artistic repre representation
sentation representation gt a latien airplane, is
!decked with flowers during its
dedication at Nurnberg, Ger.
TherGeman inscription
at its base Teads: "Warning to
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DALLAS, April 30 (LT)
Roof ripmg winds hit the Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Tex., area with 83-miletperhour
force yesterday and ripped
an Albama 'town with tornadic
velocity.
E sewhere In the nation, a
spring. cold wave broke records
wholesale in the Midwest, three
Western states dug out of an
April snow storm, and pea soup
fog paralyzed New. York, kir trat.
The TexaS storm front mOved
rapidly through the southland,
setting up a line of heavy thun thundershowers
dershowers thundershowers through Louisiana and
Arkansas.' Tornado dangers abat abated
ed abated -In Georgia and Albama, but
more 'storms battered T ex a s
lawns with bail the size of golf

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' The worst Texas s t or m
slammed its way through Dal as,
Terrell and Wills Point, hitti,ng an
83 mile -! per hour wind peak
at Wills Point. ,
The winds-snatched up five air airplanes
planes airplanes tied to a ramp at Terrell,
whipped them through the air like
kites,' and then smashed them' to
the groimd. ,Four of the light
Wanes were destroyed and the
fifth was wrecked.
The winds brought' torrential
rains and floods and crashing
trees blocked 33 streets In Dallas.
Five buildings lost their 'roofs in
a Dallas industrial 'neighborhood,
power went out on the city's near
north side, and ,high tension wires
crackled in the streets.
'The rain measured almost an'
inch in 111 minutes in some areas,
It came down in such blinding
sheets that motorists had to stop'
their cars. Thick clouds tallied
day into night for a brief period.
The storm was the latest of a
series to whip Texas. The swolien
Trinity River was over its banks,
keeping 'about- 50 persons from
their homes in the Dallas area.
Meanwhile, a storm described
as a tornado or extremely high'
winds battered Alabama's Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson County and hit hardest at the
mining tows of McCalla.
Two garages were knecked
over 'at McCalla and a I tree
crashed down onto a house.
Winds also blew, down a house
at Jemison,"Ala:, 40 miles south
Birmingha, and 40.,mile-per.
hoUr gusts lashed Mobile.
While storms whipped the South
the northern 'Midwest shivered in
a wintry cold froxit from across
the Canadian bor."
,,The temperature went to nine
above at International. Falls,
Minn., and 13 above at both Su.
perimr and Park Falls, Wis.
Chicago ,and Springfield,
posted records with lows of' 31
and 33 degrees,' respectively.,
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Da 116s, Rip Alabama Town

In the West, a fresh snow cover
lay across eastern Colorado,
southeast Wyoming and northeast
and northern New Mexico. The
snows started late Monday and
continued in eastern areas of the
three states Tuesday.
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The northeast was expected to
get a taste of the lat. cold snap
last nigh t. Freeze warnings
were issued for all of Michigan,
while western New York state
braced for near-record cold. Fruit
growers in New York counties
bordering Lake Ontario planned
to break out smudge'nots in ann
attempt to stave off ,heavy losses.
- In New York City, dense fog
cancelled SS flights at LaGuardia
Airfield and, 22 at Idlewild. Idle Idlewi
wi Idlewi d had to suspend all opera operations
tions operations for nearly ofur hours, de.
patures were delayed up to
three hours, and incoming flights
were diverted to Philadelphia,
Washington, Boston, Baltimore
and Newark.

The fog lifted during the Mall.
ing, but not before auto traffic
and ferries had been slowed down
and a plane carrying New York's
Mayor Robert F. Wagner and
Mayor James Carroll o:
lrelasd,- was held up three .hours
am 20 minutes ,in a flight from
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DESTILERIA:: CENTRAL; S.,'Ai
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GOV. W. E. POTTER receives a gofd cane pin from Pablo Paz, 'k
Chairman of fthe Sight Conservation Cummittre of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Lions Glub.':The pin was' given in recognition-1A the gup-r,
port given by the Governor to the White Cane (Carppalgn ;
being conducted during April by members of the Lions, Clubs
, in both Panama and the Canal Z0ner 11 k

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3tArnah I It.,, Cristian 113 ,,Blazing earlr. ape
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51. Autro y ',,S.G., Rivera ,113 CoultIZabAkatitlifte7
i oral s'Ir. Alvarez 105 Dangempos-tile, tiniL,

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2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1LThunderstreak F. Alvarez 108 Wealc-hearted sprrnrer'9
"fl, 2---Affiliation Or. R. Vasouez 118 --Will fight it out , 2-1
, 3Colifato A. Alfaro 100xRegging for rest' , 50-1
,; 4Grand Finish B. Aguirre 113 --Hard to beat here 3-2
5(Cervecero H. Ruiz ; lit s'Distance handicaps
6(Plateadd R. Cristian 110 Can get up now , 2-1

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7,Podeenn R. Crlstian
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SoLteenmado B. Soya
4camnagnard H. Ruiz
YrFlorete A. Credidio
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Erog A. Vasquez
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Manadoagua J. Rochiguez 118
Romancero B. Saeza 108
Ragazza H. Gustines 115
glimmer Party P.CAqtian 114
Alcarat G. Rivera 118
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1.Batallon G. Rivera 114 Hard to catch here ,..-''; 3-2
5r-As You. Like B. Maeza 110 Disappointed ,in last ::- 2-1
, AeFieltro ,r. Sanchez 100x Must. go lower : i .2. 501
5,,Sculptot; H. Gustines 108 Returns l'n top shape :. ,... 7-5
fRed Label J. Kimenez 106 Distance to lildng 1:, 10-1

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105X Good early speed
112 Showing improvement
105 Morning glory ,
108 Hard to beat here

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105 Better thiS week 5.2
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US No. 1 contender 3 2
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112 Vastly improved
1013x Not ready yet '
1.15 Good workouts
104 --Ran well in last
105 kSeems best here
115 Has good preys
115 Erie's brother

Would pay long odds
May surprise
Hard to beat here
Distance suits style
In fight to finish
Improving steadily
--Would pay juicy odd

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11Teloreo j, Rodriguez 110 --Beat nothing in last 4-1
tiRutilante B. Baeza 113 Form indicates jr EVEN
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46Camberwell G. Graell 110 --Returnfilo good shape 2,1
itCrony I. Vasquez 115 Depends, bn start 411 41

The Notre Dame ,', basketball
team has played its last' game in
the Garden. This in itself is not
a major less. Ant 'it isi sympto symptomatic.
matic. symptomatic. As a sports center, the Big
Town's pulse beat steadily grows
,"In receiit years wi haven'
drawn very 'well bere,"h said Ed Edward
ward Edward Krause,,:ditector of, athletic
pnder thet Golde0Doqie, 'I' and un unfortunately
fortunately unfortunately : thc ,leeenoroiri factor
'can't be ignored iwa ,majpc sports,
program.,
, A large -.amiable person' mr,
Krause is. of course, known' as
"Moose? a nomenclative identity
all out-size characters in sports
automatically acquire. The imme immediate
diate immediate purpose o: his visit here was
to book another home-and-home
series with the Army football team
in, '63 and
In this instance home-and-home
means South Bend And Philadel.
phis, an extension of the arrange arrangeent,
ent, arrangeent, on rrinterwriteet.beaisraket
marked resumption of the ancient
rivalry last fall. '
The game hasn't been played
herr since and Until -we come
up With modern, commodious
stadiumminimum capacity,1 100,
pooit wool be played here again.
,"Nothing:woulg 'please 'us bet better
ter better than te play' ht N. Y.," says
the Moose, whose savageline play
enabled the Irish to upset a Cadet
team, favored by 20 points, in '33.
"But bow tan we? The tonditions
are such too disadyantageous."-,
''i Again the tconomic laCtor raises
its gaunt, bard,' shelled,-,realistic
!med.,. If Army And-Notre piffle
played in Yankee Stadium instead
of the vast, sprawling rubble in
Philadelphia it would cost them
6200,000 In take hottur pay the
trunstile differential between' a
sellout here and the bellowed home
of scrapple. 4 ;14,k
4s,far as New Yorkers are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. Notre Dame Is still the
most magnetic' name football.
The Irish would pack, the Stadium
with any good team', So:ill the
Moose cherishes such sentiment
al regard' for i)s, why. doesn't he
do something about ,itt
-"There's still "another ',factor."
he said, "We. can't dictate, where
a game shall be played, Take Syra Syracuse,'
cuse,' Syracuse,' for instance. We've just,com
pleted 'a- home-and-home pairing

CIIHtltiDU TEENAGE,LEAGUE CHAMPIONS The Pirates a
',ion the first half and defeated the,VPLW. Post 3822 team, all
right: Olav ROOS, Omar,,Roos, ROy 'Amato Jim Dykes, Sal Ge
right): manager George Stanley, Frank Smith, Cortland Valet
di, Joe Lastinger, Grady Hesters, coach John Stuewe.

with them.. No doubt this game
would go over big in New Nork.
But Syracuse has fine stadium,
and prefers to play belore the
home folks. is) true of most
of the 'teams Oe'pl0" 4 4 :
- .wtah..;.' 'r
V Business l Fine
, yankee Stadium is really I
poor place to watch a football
game. It is almost as unsuited to
the. gridiron 'sport liris the Dodg,--
ere' LA, field to, basebalL Despite
the growing home-and-home trend
the Moose felt it more than prob-'
ab,e, au annual Notre Dame 'ap 'appearance
pearance 'appearance could be guaranteed if
hproper facilities were available.
t It does 'nothing ,for our ;civic
Prkle to learn that 'from, theAtand..,
point of business Notre Dame has--
n't missed New York: The '57 Bei Beisou
sou Beisou was the most.successful in
the Irish's history.' Reports that
they are de emphasizing are with without
out without substance. With 25 lettermen
,returning4. Most since,young,Ter.,
ty .-Brennah, took -overat, They are,
likely to be a match for any team
'next fall. e A ,,-
The schedule remains sr, de deMending
Mending deMending 'as ever. California ;has
been added for,'59 and '60, Okhho.
ma..- a game the Moose hopes
eventually will become a fixture..
tescheduled for 1961 and '62, and
Northwestern after a 'lapse, will
be back in '59,..'160, '61 and '62.
',' he Meese Makes Geed :
,

1 All sports at Notre Dame are
le robust lealtli these' days.' We
don't know hovi the subway alum alumni
ni alumni take this, !At the Irisb
even have a fencing team, and it's
unbeaten,' untied and presumably
unnicked. The cross country team
Won the national title for the first
time, basketball had' a 22-4 season
and wrestling,. only in its third
year out there, was t and 2.
, All of which is a fine tribute
to the Moose, who replaced frank
Leahy as curator of muscle in
'49, and those talefits In this Sen Sensitive,
sitive, Sensitive, vital field are clearly of
the highest order. A frosh tackle
during Knute Rockne's last year,
sn All-America in '33, the. student
body, on graduation day, present'.
ed him with a trophy, inscribed
Ito an outstanding student,.sports
man and gentlemah.." It was the

re champions of the Curundu, Teenage League.' The P rates
nner of the' second half ,in a playoff Front row' ;Oen to'
rardl. Batboys John StanleY, Dale Stuewe.- Back row Heft to
tine, Harold, Smith, Joe Suareg,'Butch, MacFadden, Dicie Gerar-,

Winners' Share
hi las Vegas Open

LAS VEGAS, Vey- ,(UP)iinal
results and, moneys winnings In
the $40,000 Tournament ot Cham Champions
pions Champions played kat qbe Desert Inn
Country Club course,. par 36-36

Stan Leonard, Vancouver, !LC,.
69-69-69-275 ($10,000)
Billy, Casper,. Apple Ville y,
Calitt 65-7041-70-276 (35,000) ,"
Frank' -Stranahan';1 Toledo,;0.,
60142-71-480 ($2,560) A. 0
Gene Littler, San Diego, ,Calif4
68-74-7168-281 $1,390)
IToniftr, Solt,' Paradise:410.4i
69-67-71-74-281 ($1,3901:
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- (Dutch)-, llarrison, St.
Louis, Mo.; 7010-7270-282 ($1,310)
Arnold Palmer,, Latrobe, fa,
72-68-7240-282 ,1,310).
Georte' Itayer:,',. San Gabriel,
78-68-'68-112-283 ($1,260)'''
Ken Venturi, San Francisco,. 72-
71-71-69-283 (1,260) ,
Gardner Dickinson, Panam a aCity
City aCity Beach, Fla.; 73-70-68-72-283
$1,260) 4
Paubu LI "9, Worcheaterett
M a st. r15-11-6?-12-485 $1,220
Jimmy '.Dernaret, Kiamesha
Lake,. N- Y., 73-71-72-70 286
$1,190), t
Billy. Uaxwell,' 'Ociessa,, Tex
71-7144-70-286 ($1,190) .2 4-

Walter, Burkeino, Franklin Hills,
72-71-73-71-287 (51,140)
Linel Hebert, Lafayette? ta.,,
7271-73-71-287 (51,140)
Dick' Mayer,, 'St.. Petersburg;
Fla., 76-71-68-72-287 (1,140)
Roberto DeVicenzo 'Mexico City,
70-71-76-71-288 (51,100) -,
Howie Johnson, Glenwoodie,
72-75-68-74-280 0,080)
JohnstoN Provo, 1.1tah, 69
78-72-71-290 151'050)
Ed APorky; Oilier? Hesperia,
Calif.' 70-75.76-69-290 $1,050)
Doug Ford, r Paradise, Fla., 72
74-70-75-291 81,020) ',
AI 113esselink, Grossinger, Y.,
79-73-76-73-301 (51,000)
first time any graduate had been
so honored. 0 ,,
"You know how kids are at
that age,1' said the Moose, with
bogus indifference. "Anything for
a gag.!'

CFNs Radio7TV
Sports Schedule

iNngCP,Nradhiaos aanndnoTecieevdistihone' Isoplloortws Isoplloortwsschedule.
schedule. Isoplloortwsschedule. Any changes in thessched
ule will be announced over Pa Panorama
norama Panorama each night at 6:45 o'clock
and in the Caribbean Chronicle.
- RADIO
May 1:' Ka sas Cit Athletic
vs, Boston Red ,Sox at 1 p.m.
May 2: Detroit Tigers vs Boston
Red Sox it 1 p.m. 1
May 3: Chicago White Sox .vs.
Washington Senators at 1 p.m.
May 3: Kentucky Derby (live
broadcast)4at 4:15 PAIL '
'May 4: Chicago-,White Sox vA
New, York" Yankees at; 1 p.m;
May , Cleveland Indians
Boston Red Sox at 1, p.m. ;
' May 6: Cleveland -Indians' vs.
New York ,Yankees at 1 p.m.'
, May ?:51, C'eveland Andians vs.
New Yoricankees it 1 p.m,
,,,.,May-8:1 Detroit Tigers vs. Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators at-ls rpm,
May 8: Joe Brown vs, Ralph
'pas at 4:30' p4t. for, the light
1 weight ,boxing championship. ,,
-May '9: Cleveland 'ndians vs.
Chicago White, Sox at 1:30 p.m p.mWaahbagta6
Waahbagta6 p.mWaahbagta6 Senators v,
New ,York,Yankees :at 1.p.nf.
TELEVISION

, May 1: Golf Silo 'at 4:30 tin.
May' 3: ,Golf Sholy nenre,, at, 4
P.p.
May 7: St. Nick's boxing at 10
May 9: ,Wrestling at 10

Aliantic TvI-Loop
,
Binquel Salurday

By TREVOR SIMONS
' The Atlantic' Twilight B e s
' ball League's 'annual banquet
will be' held at the C.Z., Police
Gun Range (Rancho Ramo sl
Saturday night, May- 3d at 4'
o'clock. All league ceficials and'
players are expected to attend
the banquet and fans who
tended the games during the
season are. invited to be s On
Many of the league fans have
been inadvertently forgotten are
hereby notified s that they are
invited to attend the 21st
nual Atlantic Twilight Baseball
League banquet.

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Thre2-Year-Olds

azzalluiii,els,(1101,ce
Ra g
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, Seven of the est,three-year-pld colts and
in training at the President,,Remon racetrack will'
match strides,tomorro,,afternoon,', In the .$2,000
,
added 'one mile Labor Day Which' is being'
run in- honor pf. all Isthmian workers. ,
.
Admittance. t the, racetrack will be free to
- 4, cl r : 4 4
morrow ' .,A
' Gustavo Ztiritaov 0 wor at e- anama
Americaies'job printing Aection, has been chosen by.,
an RP labot cominittee to-preselit thesilver. trophy
to the ownet Ahe vytorious thoroughbied.
k The special ,prograro tang from-Summer Party -and Al-',0
held to commemoyatelnternatiotta. caraz. Golden Rocket and Roman
al Labor Day. 371 cero also sure,,to boheastily
The Haras Carinthia'k backed),

The Haras Carinthia's brilliauf
Ragazza, which returneefronr a
prolonged layofra fortnighl afeeto
score an impressive victory Awe
Golden Rocket.iii-lbe samei'-distance
as tomotrow's f ti:tt
shapes up aa.the probahle'Mutuels
favorite although she Will get
plenty of competition itt thefbet:

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' ., -By' H. F.. MIGNOTT:1 -.'-77-- tiotaen Rocket -in close'. pursuit.';
r . , , Three furlongs or less-from home
t -could 'be ir race of five
altso- get intokthe Adcture
The stage is now set for the-Homancero and Summer P a r t y
Ithinealdeacnidin"g gat'ain4elpPethett4relolbare
cricket season,- to be played this or six torses" in a ''' mad home
Sunday' at the Mount Hope stet'. 'stretch dash to the 'wire. ',:- it ,':'
ium ,between the Excelsior and ' ''. :-- '', , --:'.-, ,-, ,
Midland cricket' Cubs. .': 7, .. q'lle secondary attraction)will bi '..--
- The situation o' as it stand'irpose4 ter third'series imported horses e.',I.
,favors the Excelsior group t w.hrt, veT a dis,tante 'of cne mile. -Are.,'
by virtue of their 17 1,2 points will 'POrtedly,improved Sculptor Avi 1 I -1-
haveannexe d the championship If tackle speedy B a t a 11 on t and 1
the mateh results in a draw. Mid. stretch-burning As You Like Her. ;.,,,
land,' with ,15, points, eau gain an. 3Bacancito, Fieltro and Red Label
other "5, points And thus 'the chine, don't fignr t dn'inuch.,4..,, ,-
Pionship if they re.viaz But ct.ps,t 43 ,- p,,,,:: l''' n',,,t !i P',e).,., ,, ,
their' only cliance.,,,R,,witl b.. to:. 'Nine OthelitisPe'tlei,' thrill-
teresting to: see -the strategy, Ahat ers are 'delude ou'ad' attrcliv
will be- employed by he opposing Program. '' .- i "0",- t -,
captains' in this game., ts., ,,, 1 a.-- e I. '; -.., s ', ' ''.

Meanwhile, the Wanderera C.C.
'playing their, last scheduled game
last, SundaYe1,0311041Atictoninn4
over the Surrey,Dx. byt scores of
100 to 59, thereby ascending to
17 1-2 points and bringing a third
possibility to, the find outcome.
They now fervently hope that this
Sunday's Raffle will be rained out,
which will neccessitatvallolmolf,
between them, Int, thel Excelsioe
gillb. both being ,tied at 17 1-2
points.,r--
Wanderers'. victory last Sunday
was highlighted by a remunerat remunerative
ive remunerative bowling stint by A. "Pro" Den
nis, whoe seven overs,yielded..t
wickefi a ',Ref etiak 411;.runs.
E. 4Belgrave garnered 2 favor, grid'
R., Escalone 2 for 25. L, Bowen
to-secured with 20 runs, P. Bowen
1q, R. Fscolona-18. E. Belgrave.
13, and E. Roberts-12.

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',Hustling Heliodoro -Gustine --
ride Ragazza while' leading jock-,
ey Brainier-Bans will-handle the
reins on native' thoroughbred ,Ro-
'mancero. Ruben Vasquez will
have, the leg up on Coden Rocket,'
'Cristian fRebolledo will guide Summei-Party
and Guillermo Rivera
, Will be liboard &tax- 4
, 11,1,
Outsiders Manadoagua,
have-Julio Rodriguez in the sad.
cile,' and Mouche, which will be
'ridden, by Guillermo 'Sit n eh e z,
' ;nand -otitlhe Jist,oi,Atatters. :
'47 I 101
Tixt,"experts, opine 'that 'Met.
raz' aDd, Ragazza will cut. out a
sIzzling pace, ',with.' Mouche' ant
Goklen Rocket -in close- pursuit.;
Three furlongs or lesslrom home
Romancer and Summer P or ty
should altso. get Into, the picture
for, what could The Yace of five
or six torses''in, a ''' mad home
'stretch dash to the Istire.:
" ,, '', :
q'he secondary attractionlwill
, tot third 'series imported horses Au'
ver a &tante 'of cne mile. -Aore.
' portedly,impiroved Sculptot .w 1 1
tackle speedy, B at lion,. and 1
stretch-burning As You Like Her.
3Bacancito, Fieltro And Red Label
don't Bow ti muctit
uv,,,

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.,1-Voltag Poto
2-Topacio',' :
stIollotito
4-Fronciaquito
SLAvladoirla ,v
,CAMah
7.Thunderstroak
8-Xistultarl
tits ,You Liko Her.
10Romailcire :
111-itutilarit (f.2.
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The Panama Tribun

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i I-Poter's' Downfaull I Now Them's,
2-Topacio'. ; , ,,, Dieting' '.;.
13-Folletite ..' r ''' .-J ,Den Manuel 4.-
4.Francisquito ; i, d,'1,' Chito 7,
'S-Aviadora ;; .,' ....., -.Y. Goliat ,...
6-Amah - Paquiro -,.
7-Affiliation Order Grand Finish .",., )
,11-Xistullari 1,- ,, Bo4eonn
'9-Regales :,, &Immo', Party s,
leSculpto r- i , ,R Batalion( si'
11-Rutilant" l'' I-, .,..... -Chivilinge :,

On the' SO'rreimide Po'unif Ern
est .Franklieknocked a brisk '
25 runs and, R. ,Watermen contri. Bit L
buted 18 undefeated; tt.Grannum
muffed his chance to win the bat- JI-Potor's' Do
thig championship when he. was 2-Topacio
bowled by Dennis before 'igettiti4 13-Po ilatito
oft; the mark, GeorgeiCirrittteui 4.Trancisqui
with 3 wickets for 10 runs,' wa '8-Aviadora
their most successful bowler. 6-Amah
Waterman took 4 for 37, W. 1V111,,' 7-Affiliation
2 for 29, and, M. Grannum1.1 for 23. ,8-Xistullari
Players, are asked to be' On tInie
for this Sunday's came r
commence at 12:30 p.m., 11-Butilanto

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i 66:71-72-71-,-280 ($2,5601 e -., -e, ..4,,, Washington Senators at I pan., Sunday' at. the Mount ,Hope stad; streteh dash to. ,,th.e:wire..-i,1:,.'');:..'.... fe .2-7',..,.,,,. .1,1 i
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2 1--Thunderstreak F. Alvarez 108 -Weak-hearted sprin er .., 5-1 all out-size characters in sp 72 68 72 70-282 1 '310
orts proper facilities- were available. ,- - , .) ,.. s,,. L May, 7:5 C'eveland 3Indians....r1. other '5, points And:thus ,the,-chims -don't figitra,t, da-,,mucE.e. 44; .. ,. : ..-;. 7 4
"n 2-Affiliation Or. R., Vasouez 116 -Will fight .1t Out ,,,, ,,,-, 2-1 automatically acquire. The' imme rm. s
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e'te le' rkg th Its Ire ttliiriteandi. '''deimig-e, litayer,,, San .'r- Gabriel' New ,YerkA Yankees.. et i p.m.: Pionship it thesravirer Bet cijukt b 1 k"' ,It,..,',7 '' ';'t !i ?' ve)...; ,, :, :
,,, 3-Coll1ato A. Mier 100x -Begging for rest ', .. :
,4, ,00-1 diate purpose.te his visit here was 0 '' e 31 8 D t 't T W h. ' '' min b ';'' :','N.of',1341014).e'ritis,Oe'tlii"': thrilL' '. l'
', 4-Grand Finish ,, B. 'Aguirre 113 :--leard to beat here ,. 3-2 to book another home-and-home Pi? n
i t'of buasinessallotermDaeme has-''
titee; -efesvetelle.-ee3 ($1,e60.ye -.,, i. Alir,,:l eLrot Alf3erity.s. ,as. their on,IY .'elianee.ett" -se 1.;---
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' 5-(Cervecero ,'' H., Rule s--11$ s'.-Distence, handicaps, ',, 2-1 series with the Army football team n m se e , Ken Venturi, San Francisco, 72- 4IVU el;a1AV '1" '.1' 111
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will be employed 'by..he opposing program. ,, -... . .2. A ,.,. ,
6-(Plateadd 'R. ,Cristian 110, ;-Can get up now ,, , 2-1 he, ,63 and if34.,,,', ,,,,,,,,,,,' .-
. sou was. the most,- suecessfue., in ',,, ,, .: i -..-, 'i. pas at :30', p.m., for, the light- t th'' game ,- -, --- ',. ii. !' --.., s ':":-". '' ' ;
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''''''' ''''''' '- '' ' ' figi '' ' 1, '" 4' i'' means, South en --a City Beach, Fla ,, 73 70 68 72-483 r.:, May-'9:, ,Cleveland -7ndians.. vs. '
8th Race ColNon-Winners Fee.- Purse $6 -Poo Closes : 0 h an extension f the arrange- out 'Substance., With ,25 lettermen $1,2601 ; -;,. -:'e '. : i -:, -.,,..1. iy.e Chicago. White, Sox-at 1:30 p.m,, hil h W d 8 C C .. '.' '' '- ''' ' '' ,'' ' '',
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eturninVi. Most since .1roung,Ter. 1. eautAi n Liget yei.,Woechesterei ,,,MelYt,10,:,,Washiegtee Senators see s .3 .,, t i i. qcetr
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i Ramo ' O. Chanis 104 -Still a bit green : L ''.; 50-1 ked resumption of the, ancient tyBrennam..took-everee,Theyare Matcrye.sretten.....,2135.-isi,220t.- New,York,Yankeeret. 1 p.m..,.
- : - ,.. last, unuaYa1,0111140.4411VC PPM ; ,,,i, t.. ;, .1 r,1 ir ..,,,)i, ,,, z,...f,,-, f,
over the Surrey, ex., br scores -of -..--,,,,- i-- ,;., ,-1----- ; -..-,-: ' :' --s.'-eit le
. 7,-Podegon R. Cristian 112 -Vastly improved ',- : 211 me Y
arlr 'sat fall.--' -,'- -,- ,' likely to be a -match for any team -J i m m y ',Dernaret, Kiamesha '' ',' :. ' '.' e 100 't 59 th b ascending i to. 1 '." ,i :: '' ''''',;!,, '..'l -, P
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1. 3s-Licenciado B. Bova 108x -Not ready yet ' 45-1 ,. h 't b I yed 'next fall. e ,-:-,, ,,,;;',4 '-. L k
The game, a-sn een p a ,,,, .,...t, ,.. .3,., i, a e N. Y.., .73.71.72-70 ,.TELEVISION -:'..
286 ,-,;, .;, .,,- ',s, 17 1-2 Points and bntging a third ;.. : ., Y
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s' .1 nere-si ce,, 46,1 an un i '.-,we ,eome !,, ,11he,, seetayle-, remains ar,' tie- $1,1901, ,,,,., ..',,,. y
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i 4-ramnagnard H. Ruiz 115 -Good workouts ,- ,!.; 0-1 e-,, t. Maje..1: Golf Shoe 'at 4:301em. possibility. to, the, final' -' outcome. -, :. Y. ,-' ' '''; ' ',
With a' -modern ,:cOmmodious inaridingas lever. California 1, has -,T-, .,. .. '.k !. ..e '-, ., .. 1-Voltage ...7-, ..,-, Peter ; i Downfall ., ,,
Yr-Florete A. Credidio 104 --Ran well in last ,.... .' ,,;,.., ..e 4-1 IIP' ',,- ; I e.- 1 100 beee added for,'59 and '60, Okla. '-,, Billy Max011,''Ociessa;,,Tex.,. ,v,, .,
..' Mar 3' Golf Sho Encor t 4 Th v ow' f rventiv ho e that this
: ee-Xistulari B. ,Baeza 105 ,--Seems best here e,: ,EVEN .. ,- 1
siadium-e,minimum capacuy, , .:. ,,, it ,.. ,,,e, a. ,., e. ,n, e
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- it Meese H. Gustines 115 -Has good preps t ern p ayed here again. Pic-- a game ,,
Alits;,z ,,,,...,,,:,...,3,2,,, 900,-1 woe; ,, -the Moose ho es 71-71-74-70-286 ($11901 e -r A-Ft ' -- ...
3-Folletito ,-" -,'.! ; Don,J Manuel -
P : - lay .7. St Nick s boxing at 10 which will neccessitatvaeplaeiofft-s
- ,,',,,,"Ntithing woulg-please ,Os e
' Eros A. Vasquez 115 -Eric's brother '),,,141-:4:,,01r.4-1, - ,e- WT.- y Ps escheduled for' 1961 'and '62' and
tr- b t tventually ,will become a fixture.' - --, ,-- , ; .',., . .. ... ..
Wallet Burkemo, Franklin Hills', P.m.' -'
' e 'tftJ -..' ,,,, ter than' by:pier-1m Ai.: s saYs L 1 -72171 73-71--287 ($1,140)- e., .., May 9-Wrestling at 10 ,p.m..,,
,e- ..- - between, thene.,Intle thea Excelsioe, 4-Francisquito :!' .'. Chita .4,
LAviadoirla ,v. '' f ',II a 8 ', .'itinia's Pa,t ''.: ''
r la eiorthwestern after a 'lapse, will eleb.,, both being., bed at :17 1-2 ,
- ..;':' ., --- the Moose,. whose sivageline p y 6-AMali ., - s---- ' P '''
, .4101..ABOR DAYS CLASSIC 1 M Puree $2000.110 Peel. Closes SilS enabled the Irish t p. 33 ,.
b b k '59 .'160 '61 cl- '62 '
o u set a Cadet I lie in ,. an Linel Hebert,. -Lafayette Lay' :
,-, .,... .,;,,..,J, ,, ., :..., 7271-73-71-287' ($1,140). il ,, - J'.. Pmts. - - Je- - 7Thunderstreak .....; A. Order '!'? ...'
, .....,.1 .,. ...:. .,.,.., .,,..,,..,,,,: Wanderers vic,ory last Sundy
, ONE TWO -: -, .-- ',, ,t, i---e' t. team, favored by 20 points, in 8-Xistullarl : .. .' '. 2, :. Bedew:3n .,' :
':- kehe Meose Makes -!Goeci -, Dick" ,'MaYee,,,,'St..,.Petersburg; A IP ,-, was highlighted by a remunera
.; ,, r . ''; r . "But how ean we? The renditions ,,, ,, , 9.As ',You Like' Her : Batallen e
... .-. ; ', Fla.' 76-71-68-72-L287 (1,140); ; Al...-i -r
'antic.' 11111 t ni I i . , ive bowling stint ,by A.-"Pro" Den
, Manadoagua J. Rochiguez 118 -Would pay long &Mk': : 2-51 are such too disadyantageous.!-,.,,, 7' ' 1. . .. ,,, 10-.Romailcire ,.. ',:'. .; ;...-1' S. Party ., '''
Romancer B. fliaeza 108 -May surprise ,t::. -. '.'. 5-1 ei-,Again.the,ceonomic,,faetor raises it- All sports' at .Notre Dame are Rol;ert
o DeVicenzo 'Mexico 'City ',, :.' '-ii. , nis, whoe seven overs, yielded.(1' ,.... ,...
.- Ragazza H. Gustines 115 -Hard to beat here r'jL.' ,. 21 its. gaunt;,-hercl'ebelkd,,-,realistic In
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70-71-76-71-288- (51 100)
robilst 'health :. these' days.' We .. ,,, ,,,,, ,, .,,,,, ,. ,, is.- ..'...!- .- ,. Ticket's,. a ;lees etiak -only 1.14uns.; -,J -, .r. ,; -- , ,, ;" .'.
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-.' glimmer Party P.Celetian 114 --Distance suits styk' ;,ee 'r-0-1 heact,If Army And;Notre Digit don't-know homi the'subWay slam; ..',,' 'I'. B'''''' t S 'i ''''d'''''''..
, :.:.: a nue a ur a -;-,-...., E13elgrave garnered 2 tarot, indt (i- , ,::14'. -..., 7 , L : :1,.
'' Alcarat G. Rivera 118 -;-In fight to.finish ,,,,,-....'.; '.,, ?..,1,, 5-2 played la,Yankee Stadium. instead his-- will take this,', lila the -Irish nowle donnson2'Glenwoouie, 111,-, n ,,,,, Y :, ri, 'E 1 2 'f 25 L
i 4-Golden Rocket R.Vasouez 114 -Improving steadily- 5 2 of the vast sprawling rubble in even have a fencing team, 72-75-68-74-280 (1 080)- -'''''--' ''''''''''' '' ''' ----' t '' d 'Ai P B
and it's -, i .,:,,,,. -,,,, --,,4 ---,-. --,-,: By. TREVOR SIMONS 7'. ;,-, o-secure wit 20 runs . wen
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.. 71I-Mouche G. Sanchez
. .. - ' unbeaten 'untied and ,!presumablY ,Bilf 'Johniteni Provo, Utah 69 ' - ' '''' ' '
114 --Would pay juicy oddr.,.:"",10-1 Philadelphia : it, would cost 'them , ThePanama 'Tnbune- ;-;
7,,, R.' Fecelona18, E.: ,Belgrave- r.. -'-
' '' ' ' ' i'''- e- - ' '' '''' -' '' $200 000 in take homer pay, ...; the !prinked. The cross country, team 78-72-71.290 .01:050):: ...,....'...,
' -- '' Th All t '7' II' 'Ot B s r 13, and E.! Roherts.12. - - -:.'-i 7. ',. t.',-.4,,e ..... ( ..' '. ';:', i
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- runs i e e e tvon the national 'title for the first ,,. ,,- .., -, ', ,,,, -, .s,. ball League ',annual banquet. ,- !-
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-- '--'--- '-':'"-. sellout here and the bellowed home n the Surrxiyo ende unit Ern .- ,,,,,
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time', 'basketball had- a 22-4 season ; Ed ,, (Porky).- Oilier? Ileseerik. will be hold. at' the- C-Z, Police 0 , .. .,.., ....., ,,,,,--..,. ,. l'-,,:,..., : .. ..,,, i
, .- -. ', ,,;'ik A .,-' le,. ...-, ,..,',,,,,,,,,! ,,, end wrestling,-. only. in its third Calif.,' 70-75.76.69-290 $1,050) '-'' Gun Range (Rancho.' R a in s),, est ,P'ranklin-', eked ''Itip, a brisk :,....: ; ..- .- 5 ,: ..,,,..
Bacanoto C. Bevil 105 -Nothing recently' ,, .,,..,. s '. s'; 50-1
'1,-L. of scrapp . ,, ,,, ,.
''' 2,-Batallon : G. Rivera 114, -Hard to catch here : e!'";,',- -3-2 ---As,far as New Yorkers ere eon- year out there,- was 7 and 2. ,-"E '''''' ''''-'-,..-- ',--,''' -'' ' ,- Saturday 'night, May' 3, v.at : 7 25. runs. and, R. Waterinen centre. ,.. ,,;... By LUIS ROMER. -,, ., ..., ...
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, 2,--As Yon Like ., ill. ilaeza .110 -Disappointed In last ,,'...:,,':. 2.1 cerned. Notre Dame Used' the i All f which' I fin tribute 1)oug Foro,-, Faradise, ., Fla., 72 'o'clock All leagUe Oficials and buted 1.8 !undefeated, Isf..t Grannum ..i . ,,, 1 --.,.4.....',', .- ': ,-,.- .., -.-"..'..: ,,
, 4t-Fieltro , LI Sanchez 100x --Must. go lower, ',...'. i- .,,2-,,301. most magnetite name In., feotball. 1 theeMoose whoa raeplaceed Frank 74-70-75--291 $1,020) .-'- . ..:, players' are expected to attend muffed his .chande to win the bat- i 1-Peter's' Doetnfaull ...:-. i taw Then;,,, ,.,i .' : -,
S4.-Sculptor ;H. Gustines 108 -Returns. l'n top shape.,:',...,..,,,,'
,e.5 Tht-rtrish would ,paecak,taloS,,tlitainme Leahy 'as eu&rator of 'muscle in --'; '' ''''''''' '''.'"''''' ''' .4 !'- --the banquet-and fans who at ting chempionship when he., va
th '49, end those lalefite lit this Oen- 7-2112 ,0736etsiselink, Grossmger, IN, ., Y 2-Topacio- .,?,,..:. :.,,,., .. Distinge -r.f.'',-..,.:, -,.1 1
-," ': tended the games during the,' homed, by Dennis before Y'tzettiti, :),,3Folletite 2 ..r.,. p !Den Meneel'...,,1:':. ; '.4 1
,, Red Label J. Kimenez 106 ,e-Distance.to ,Iildng i,',1, ,,. .,,,10-1 Iirn
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.? i. oose 'therm es such 'a ehtiment sitive vital field ire -, Clearly'. of - 3-3" ($1,'C") '''... '1',', ,,-' 11.115,0t1 aro. invited .:' fe,-, bit -.. on oe; the 'mark; GeorgaiCirritigtoil, ,,,4FrAancisquife, .,-.1,,,,, -,. ,.,,.,,.e. Chita :...,,'. -- ,:',1
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' - '' -hand .' - '- -- - with 3 ickets for 10 rut's : ae 5-Aviadora .,ie. ,,,, .....,,,,....,,, Gehat ,:: ,. ., ,
.11 Race 7th Series Imp. 6 Fes. Purse $400.00 '' 'Pool Clesse'4:10 at regar ,,, ,, , .
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GU 1111 n t g K 1 st r first' time any graduate had been' -4, Many., of the league fans have their ,,most- Successful 'bowler. -tt., 6-Amah ', --' ,-. Pamirs '- .: r,
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' ii I t '- ''''' '''' 4 1 -"Th -till eanotherlactor On Al America in '33, the student so honored. i 'r ...1; ' '' ' .' .' '''' ." been in
' ', 11-Teloreo j, Rodriguez 110 --Beat not mg in as ,.., ...: .r. ere s s r 11-e. Affiliation Order' Grand' Finish .." -i
advertently .forgetten are,- Waterman took 4 for 37, .W. IV - 7- .4. . 1
,I, A-Rutilante B.- Baeza 113 -Form indicates ; ',1 -- ;EVEN' he said, -"We- can't dictate., where 0 y, on gra ua ion ay,,,-presen ,,p .. 8 a ... . y
b d d t a t' e!IYou kn Yr how Iiid re '. at hereb notifi d .that they are 2 for' 29 andM. Granon-1 for 23' ,8-Xistullari '.1 ., ',. :-. Boaltiosirt :- ...' :1
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' ." S--Chiviliango J. Phillips 113 -Ran well in lag ,, :',-, ,.. 2 1 h 11 be pl ;seld Take Syra ed Iiim with a trophy, Inscribed that tge, said- the Moose, with Invited to Atte .
..'. !. it game a a a - nd the list an P ayers are as e o e On. gill ? .:
tiiii, '9 R a 4, '- Summer. Party '", .' it
'-i 40-Camberwell G. Graell 110 i -Returns I: good Shape -;','''. :
i e 2,1 cuse,', for. ilistafice,, eve ,just-com 'ft an outstanding studeet;:sports bogus, indifference.: '..'Anything. for ,- nual whiehWill 10,Scuiptor.. 4 .... ,) ., ,? Batallonr;
Atlantic Twilight 'Baseball, lois ,this Sunday's game .., .. ,, .. : , ,, ,, .., .... .. , .1
7- 2-1 I ted home- nd'home 'pairing man and gentleman" It was the a gag ".. ;. ',', -'- : ' League banquet.'-, ., -. - commence at- 12:30 'pm.... .- 11,-Rublanto .,. ,--,..-...; unlitutngs ,-, ...
l freTony IL Vasquez 115 -Depends-, n start 44 . p e .81, a , . . ' :. ',. . ,.... , . ...
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Isthmian Lucky Strik'e golfers arc.sharpening up
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in the third annul 1953 Lucki Strike Invitational Golf
Tournanient which gets undenvay Monday, May 5.
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which has promises of being one
as the best amateur tournaments
spier held on the Isthmus.
Such name golfers as, Ihn n y
Jankus, recent winner of the Ju.
venia Watch Tournament at the
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who was runner.up to Jankus in
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the winner of the 1956 neky
Strike tournament, and cumuli
Panama Golf er st Association
President;,Vince Lombroia, who
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' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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Clement, Pitts. 11 46 7,19 313
Sauer, San Fran. -11 34 9 14 312
Temple, 'Cinein. 10 37 9 ,15 A05
Ashburn, Phil. 11 39 10 15 .385
Hoak, Cincin. 10 40 7 15. 3751
Skinner, Pitt. 11 4B 17 .370
Ennis, St, Louis 11 44 4 16 .364
Gray, Los Angeles 10 37 9 13 .351
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Colavito, Cleve. 9 26 4 11 .423
Robinson, BIM. 10 32 8 13 306
Kuenn, Detroit 14 58 8 22 .393
Martin, Detroit 9 37 6 14 ,.378
McDougaid, N.Y. 12 46 8 17 .370
Cerv, Kansas City 11 41 13 15 .366
Skowron, N.Y. 12 47 6'17 .362
Runnels, 1Boston 12 47 4 17 .362
Fox, Chicago 11 45 5 18 .356
Baxes, N.Y. 11 48 17 .354
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Walls, Cubs --- - 7
Mathews, Braves : 6
Aaron, Braves 4
Musial, Cards, 4
Gray, Dodgers 4
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Cerv, Athletics d 4
Triandos, Orioles 3
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Sauer, Giants 13
Spencer, Giants. , 12
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Jensen, Red Sox 11
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, si ,v4 L yet; .6B ,,, w, L pct. GB ., ..:.; ,, -, - -, -, les. A crow of 19,778 raised Los tounded the .baseball world when ,' -' "' .' l' 4 .' h,
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1 TCHERS, April 26 ,-. Fastlichs 11, Curun- fie,der's choice put Eddie Dona- along, the first base line which', ,, '.. 7 '. t '.
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1 Clement, Pitts. 11 46 1,19,4 chs O. -- 7.'' ' .4,
April 27 Curundu 17, Armed safelY, the Atlantics had two On In the nightca'p ,of the Sluiclay .,..
(1'" Sauer, San Fran.' -11 34 9 14 .412
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1 Ashburn, Phil. .11 39 10 15 .30 . 3 0 1.000 Curundu 2. (ComPletion of pro. second inning a walk to R o b 1 n ing nightmare, the only redeem-. aye een ,re uce
I Hoak, Cincin. 10 40 7,15. 375 r
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r Ennis, St,"Loide 11 44 4 IA ,,,364 tiemes,,, Giants (,',.. 2. 0 1.000 form frOM that was shown in Sat- walk to Wilder filled the.'': bases, du left-fielders. After Curundu had
i ' Gray, Los'Angeles 10 37, 9 13-351 taston, 'Ciths :.,' : ;, I 0 '1.000 urday's game with, Armed Forces for the Atlantics with two away scored, tour ;runs in the opening ',...,, ', N...'..,. t,, ...,
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I s Colavito, Cleve. 9 26 4 11 .423 Larsen, Yanks s
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I Robinson, Balti, .. 10 32 6 13 .. ,,, , Yanks ,. ,,, 2 0 1.000 hind the 3-hit pitching of Brien it vies FasthlichN. turn to fill the line., Arnold came in yery' fast, '. h,
' Ruenn, Detroit 14 58 .8 22 -393 I I
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','-i:',' 3 0 1.000 Lutz,' scored an impressive 2. to bases 'but no score resulted. Alt- took the. ball. on the first .-li o p, f. .
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' Martin, Detroit 9 37 6 14 ,.378 Hershman', Orioles".; ,,.., I 0 !1.000 0 victory :over Fastlich. managed er Fred Hudlestoif had rolled and threw I perfect Strike to Sal. ( ,,, u; ',A . -0
i McDougald, isLy., 12 46 2 17 .370 Garver, Athletics 't:. I.r. 24, 0 1.000 by; Chief. Batterton and ,coached Mit to Morland Mob Forune sin. vador- Gerardi at first to ,retire ,, '''i all the Caribbean countries and to avoid ,,,
' Cerv, Kanaas City' 11 41 13 15 .366 Terry, -Athletics .(.' 4,' 2 0 1.000 by Sergeant Ness, 'on S u n d a y gied to right and moved to see., the runner by a. step. In t h e
' Skowron, N.Y. 12 47 8'17 '.362 flYerly.--Senatots -. 2 0 1.000 afternoon at Albrook ; Field., ; ,, ond on a passed ball. Ken Pearl fourth Inning Johnny Fortune lin. ,' 'l competition 'among the- agents and at
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Wild Bill Hinkle, arellome of' the
stars' that ran be:' expected to
qualify for the championshi flight.
It was announced by Pr ex y
Jim Riley -that tbe groupings for
this year's Lucky,ttrike Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament will be:
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, Championship and First
Flight-Handicaps' ranging from
1 through S.
Sacond and Third Flights.Han.
, dicaps ranging from 9 through
Fourth and Fifth FlighteHan FlighteHandicaps
dicaps FlighteHandicaps ranging ,from 14 through
11.
- 'Sixth and Saventh Flights.
Handicaps. ranging m 19
through 24
- It has been stipulated that golf golfers
ers golfers ,will use their lower posted
handicaps,. regardless of club af affiliation.
filiation. affiliation. All entrants must have
a 1958 Panama Golfers' Associa Association
tion Association Membership card.

'1' AMERICAN tlEAGUE'
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New York 7 O. 3 750 r
Kansas City 7 '4 ,'.638 '114
WashingtOn : 4' .800- 2'
Cleveland ..8'' .538 212
DetrOit Y!'.500-
Balamore: 0, 13,, .400 '4
!Boston , -4 9 .308 512
Chicago 3 8 .273 pi
rs- TODAY'S GAMES -1
Cleveland ,at Washington- (N)
Chita go lit; Baltimore, (N) ,,
Detroit ktr)New 'York ,"
'11 Ianses City' at 'BOStOlt:
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field, putts.
-.This- week will be "C hoose
Your Own Handicap" the idea
being' to net oar. We will ad adlourn
lourn adlourn to the Ft. Amador Officers
nob at one o'clock for lunch
and for the orssentation of priz prizes
es prizes won in our recent Club IIRndi.
cap Tournament and in the ling linger
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Winners of the Ringer Tourna Tournament
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, First Flight
Ylbel rerantl. low gress: Jean
Sullivan, low net; Bfarge Sewell,
second low net.
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Zel tatchellor, lbw oross; Gay
McMichael, low net; Eye M on.
tee)), second low net.
Gladys Wiley won 'Most Li Line
ne Line Amador tournaments
Thurso lay are oven to Of the i
girls On the. !etIrons, who. have
?ti establishe ClubhandicalL
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-SY FRED DOWN..
NEW YORE, April 30 (UP)
The Pittsburgh Pirates are off
and running like contendersand
theword is out, that this time it
may.,no be a false alarm- ;'
The Pirates Anatched the sea season's
son's season's longest National League win.
ning creak when they beat the
Los, Angeles Dodgers, IA, last
night for their fourth straight Vic.
ory..The league's worst road team
last season when they,had 16-51
record away front. hoMe,i they'vit
won five of' seven on foreign soil
this year.
Bdb Friend, who slumped tti a
ICH record list season turned in
his third straight win last'oight
with a four-hitter and Prank Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Sparked the,Pirates'il-bill
Final Standing, ofitho
Pla ms t W L. Pct.
Atlantic u 5 1 .833
Fastlichs ,,, 4 2 .667
Armed Forces 2 4 .333
Curundu' J 1 5 -167
Results of Games Played .1.
April 26-27 t,
April 26 Armed Forces 10,
Atlantics 6- 7'
April 26 Fastlichs 11, Curun Curundu
du Curundu 0-
April 27 ,Atlantics 2, Fast.
lichs O.
April 27 Carundu 17, Armed
Forces 6- s
April 27 Armed Forces 4,
Curundu 2- (Completion of pro protested
tested protested game, of April 12.)
Showing ,a complete reversal of
form from that was shown in Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's game with- Armed Forces
when they suffered a 10 to 6 de defeat:
feat: defeat: Irl Sanders' and Luke Pa Palumbo's
lumbo's Palumbo's slick Atlantic team, be behind
hind behind the 3-hit pitching of Brien
Lutz,' scored an impressive 2 to
0 victory ,over Fastlich. managed
by Chief Batterton and toached
by Sergeant Ness, on Sunday
afternoon at Albrook Field.
The victory gave them a full
game edge in the zournament
which will develop the 15 play players
ers players whotwill go to Hershey, Pa-,
to represent the Canal Zone in
the 'annual Veteran of Foreign
Wars national baseball roundup.
The teams went into the final
week-end of the tournintent with
the Atlantic') setting the pace by
a one-game margin but in the
first game of the Saturday twin
bill Joe0tedriguez weakened in
the fourth inning after his team teammates
mates teammates had twice spotted him to
a tWo and then a three-run lead,
'Armed Forces came charging
back in the fourth inning, open opening
ing opening the attack on Rodriguez and
continuing at the expense of
Keith Kenway, a scoring five
runs, sufficient to see them
through to a 10 to 8 victory
After his teammate had put
him front, righthander Rubi Ri Rivera
vera Rivera seemed to improve and lie
mited the Atlantics to two safe safetiei
tiei safetiei and but a single rim in the
last three innings.
Fastlicht, Win and Tit, for Load
In the nightcap of the Saturday
doubleheader thee Fastlichs white whitewashed'
washed' whitewashed' Sergeant 'Marcum's Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu team 11 to 0 with, Curtis
Schwarzrok playing the leading
ro't by spreading out four( safe
hits over as many innings while
his teammates made merry. with
a 13-hit barrage at the expense of
JiMmy Dykes and Frank Sinfth,
Curundu righthanders- The w 1 n nners
ners nners scored three runs in, the
third inning, one in the WO, afid
iced the decision with a r u n
splurge in the sixth inning when
12 Fastlichs went to bat ,-
'In the game that proved to be c

sault with a hotner and two sing.
les. A crowt1 of 19,773 raised Los
Angeles', home attendance for 10
dates to 397,379. '
Pitchare also starred In '.throo
of tho othor four games played
yesterday as rain again marrad
tho big league bassball schaduls,
Warren Spahn scattered ', nine
hits and drove-in three runs as
the Milwaukee Braves took over
first' place with an 3.4 decision
over the Chicago Cubs; Bob Fur Furkey,turned
key,turned Furkey,turned in his third straight
win in the Cincinnati Redlegs',52
win over the St. Louis Cardinals
and Bobby. Shantz pitched a six.
hitter to give the New York
Yankees a 4 triumph over the
Detroit, Tigers. Thq Fhiladelphla
beat the San, Francisco
Oinnt40.7,1, in the ottlettemel

'the best of the series, the first
game of the Sunday doublehead.
er at Albroor Field, Bob For.
tune, who had held Curundu bit.
less at Fort Clayton on the night
of Monday, April 21 in the play play.
. play. off of the tie game of April 19,
was pitted- against Brien Lutz,
the cagey Atlantic. southpaw.'
A walk to Larry Wilder and a
fie der's choice put Eddie Dona Donahue
hue Donahue on first and when another
force play on Donahue allowed
Dewey Whittaker to reatili first
safely, the Atiantics had two on
and but one out but both George
Cotton and Lutz flied out. In the
second inning a walk to Robin
Morland, a single to right .by
Warren, ,Marquard, ;nd a second
walk to Wilder riled the '''' bases
for the Atiantics with two away
but Donahue 'ended it with a fly
to Buziy Rathgeber.
Un the lower half of the third
it was Fasthlich,Ys, turn to fill the
bases but no score ,resulted. Alt Alter
er Alter Fred Huddleston' had rolled
out to Morland, fBob Forme Sill.
gled to right and moved to sec.
ond on a passed ball. Ken Pearl
singled to right, sending Fortune
to third and then stole second.
Johnny Bateman walked, filling
the bases.
Lutz Puts on the naafi
With the taws loaded and but
one out, Lutz proceeded to put
On one of the gamest. exhibitions
of Intestinal fortitude seen in lo.
cal teen-age ,baseball. Gary Ness
was the next batter and when
the first offering to Gary was
high for a ball, the Atlantic sup supporters'
porters' supporters' knew for certain that, the
severe spiking suffered by Lutz
on his. pitching hand in Satur.
day's game wa about to take
its toll but sore finger f' and all
Brian fed Ness time fast bails
close-to his chest and Gary went
down swinging at all three. Doug
Pajak, batting cleanup, was the
next batter and Lutz gave him
two high ones and came back
with three fast balls that .414d
Doug mining in vain.
The scoreless battle continued
through the fifth inning with the
only real excitement coming in
the Fastlich half of the fourth
when 'Frank Arnmirati was hit
by a pitched ball. Hudd:eston lined
, single to right field and when
Ammirati tried to go to third on
the hit he figured without e
strong right arm of Hack Hack.
enson whose throw to Babbe Mar Marguard
guard Marguard tut him down with' feet to
' -w Atiantici Win It
The Atlantics mon the decision'
in the tipper half of the sixth in inriling.,
riling., inriling., Lutz helped, his 'own cause
'with asingle to centet'and' tnov;
ed to second on a passed ball.
Anriand walked. Morry Belanger
clumped one front o: the plate

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Two years ago the Pirates as.
tounded the ,baseball world when
they popped up in first place in
early June but by season't end
their fans had ,that mid seventh ft
place disillusionment. But bas basball
ball basball experts insist the ,team, Dan,
ny Murtaugh has put, ,,together
this season .won't fall apart and
could even wind up in, the first
division., 4
- The odd part ds that 'Pirates are
winning without- much, assistance
from ,slugger Ted Kluszewskim-the I
player Murtagh described ea Mho
key to our entire club., Ted went
hitless again Iasi night but-Thom.
as bad ample support from, Rober.
to Clemente, whose two hit reit.
ed his average tok .413,' and Manic
Polies,' who knocked in tworuns
witiv Ihree,,bits, I, f" 6't, -J
and beat it out to-fill the' bases.
Marquard,, hit Ione el the ,( most
important saLeties of his young
baseball careera single. to cen center,
ter, center, scoring I,utz with', the ice icebreaking
breaking icebreaking run.
Hackeson flied out te..,Itathge.
ger the runners holding but Ler--
ry, 'Wilder completed ,his perfect
day. at bat 'with sacrlice bunt,
along, the first base line which
allowe& Morland to score. The
Fasticha died in order in their
last two turns, at bat. 4
In the nightca'p ,of the Sunday
doubleheader Curundu clobbered
Armed Forces 17 to 6 in a scot scottng
tng scottng nightmare, the only redeem redeeming
ing redeeming ,feature 'of it .being two slick
plays by Billy Arnold, the Curtin Curtindu
du Curtindu left-fielders. After Curundu had
scored, tour 'runs in the opening
half of the first inning Bob
Swanson lined Frank S mit it's
third offering to left field on a
line., Arnold came in very,' fast,
took the ball on the first h o p,
and threw a perfect iitrike to Sal Salvador
vador Salvador Gerardi at first to 4.retite
the runner by a step. In t h
fourth inning Johnny Fortune
ed out to left field and this time
Arnold came in fast and made
a alick sliding one-hand etob of
the ball to close the inning.
Te Select Team -Thursday':
The Selection Committee of the
Teen Age Group will meet at
the Community House 'in Curundu
on Thursday night, May, 1, 1958,
at 7 o'clock to make the- selection
of the -15 'players who are to
make upthe team to represertt represerttthe
the represerttthe Canal Zone in the VFW Tout Toutnament
nament Toutnament at Hershey. ',
The" bok '
4
, Game cd April 26, MS
Played at Balboa
Atlantics AB R H PO A E
Wilder, sa' ' 4 1 2 0 1 0
Donahue, If '', 4 1 2 0 0 0
Whittaker, et" 0 0'0 0, 0
Cotton,e 0 0 1 0
Lutzol 3 1 1 0 '0 0
Marquat, 4' 3 1 2 6 4 0
Morland, 2b 2 1' 0 1 3 0
Belanger, lb 3 0 0 8 0 1
Rodriguez, p ,1 0'0 0
Kenway, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wilder, sa'
Donahue, If
Whittaker, ef
Cotton, e
Lutz, rf
Martina4,
Morland, 2b
Belanger, lb
Rodriguez, p
Knnway, p
Totals
o Totals 27 8 7 15 10, 1
Armod Forcos R PO A E
J.'Fortune, ss 2 0 0 1 2 .0
Thomas,' et ',,, '2' 2 6.'0-, 0 0
Browning,'!If ,1 0 1- 0, 0
Batcheldor,,2b 1 -3 2 1- 1 0
Benson, e 3 0 1 -7' 1
Berge ei,3b 2 1 0 0 0 0
Beefwew, 3b 1' ,1 0 1' 2. 0
Moore, r: 0 0 0' 0 0, 0
Peterson, lb , 2 '1' 0 I 0 1
Itivera7 1 $ -1
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Del lle, and Maudot-Melli.
4 Sizzling' line placements, measur
ed baseline smashes, cannonball
, aces: mid-court volleys,Arretriev volleys,Arretrievable'
able' volleys,Arretrievable' atomic like forehand drives,
graetfar, backhand put aways,
tricky,net plam slices, droli shots
' chtlli, all thellokes in the tennis
trepertoire, execut.ed by these four
istars, kept the dozens o' fans fre frenetically
netically frenetically applauding ., throughout
the entire match. .,
All four Men -played brillantly,
ut finaily the Omphroy-Delivalle,
. combination carried away the ba bacon,
con, bacon, 6-4, 6-4;,
The tournament has now reach reached
ed reached semi-finals. The first of these
wil be played on Thursday be.
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FOR RENT Furnished house, mint. Ave. Peri 37-20. Pontiac convertible. Beautiful For at the Curtmdu, ommtmit Build Build'
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k electric range, $100.00. Beth
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Olt RENT Two b'edroom a &Ask Finane affirm' r , 60 cycles. Sofa and matching All members of the' 'league are A
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r a , ,, , e eague, or 7 p.m. morrow, : ,.. .,-..,- ;,, A , , -''' ',
twe bedroom furnished ,apart- :' FOR :SALE 1955 star chief
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FOR RENT -- Furnished house, mint. Ave. Peri 37-20. : ,.., -, Pontiac convertible. Beautiful II"' II' I I ' at the Curtmdu,Communit Build Build-
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,( ., electric' range, SI00.00. Beth l'a ne n i -Inc -, .L.:,,; ,"? '".-: ',".,- "' ,'.
chalet style, living dining room, ,, -ocolor. Excellent 'condition, only '.-. . -.- .-.. ,
, . 60 cycles: Sofa -and molehill, ''' -- NEW YORK : April 30 (UP) --- All Menibers of the league are - , .- 1 ,,, ,
' 2 medium bedrooms., service, ',, FOIL BENT, Two blidroom, 1 '. $1500 cash. Finance office, Co-' ,: - , chair.. 530.00 po,,,aii. minor t p- h ' urged to attend because of a IP II 'a I 9 I I -'
itc er Dave Newkirk, taken to
t' !kitchen, porch, etc. 48th Street ', partment,- ,Pfunlithed, ,Sr000d. ': '-i rozat Army 85-210T. ''s --
1 and Uruguay Streit,Bella Vista floor.- Very ,, good s conditiont,,, LOST ''' 11 'k' h-' : l'' :- 150 00' Q 7,
ac cot or spark, scooter, varlets aprmg training by the parent Kan. .
number of important matter 1 lannue s' injury ,..
- left hand No. 25. .l,, ,, '., ,t -, FOR SALE IS 7 Ford Thun. answem to 4'llutcht1 reit harness 16-5221, Albrnek.,' o sas City Athletics on a "look see:
$75.00.: Jos4 de fibres' Ave-, ,. ,:. 5 ,,, which
will be taken up. A linen- ''. ',' ' ' ,,,
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4. aim N'e 16 re r Phone 3- derbird Convertible Sport Coupe. ,, tag No. 2526, Reword. Call Cu.., ,,, ,,,, , , .. ,.. -, basis, isn t exactly burning up the sn t Serious :, ...-.,: '.
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, ,' ,poR RENT .,-. Part of.a chalet, .: 6074. ,,..,'-; -,: .' ' ',This car in 'excellent condition rondo' 31-1111.:s ., .. ',''s '- : '''' ',- ' ' International League, but .he's the Y ,
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- l- FOR. tSAL, ..-r Miscellaneous complete ,the 'raising of funds:to .,.. ..,,,, , ,.,,1 . ..
. only Buffalo 'hurler thus farthis
completely Independent in Ur- 4, w-----.----- , with low mileage,.. Duty paid. '.. : LOSTI ELOPED' .-, Farf Fe- -, househdld -.goods TV-set sola,:,' t the reouirements of -sendine -...--',.. ..4 ...
.' banizscin "Los Angeles?' lir., , FOR RENT Modernr,,,comfor- A phone cooloolo 575 for ap. 4, all. , ,L , : , season to give manager Phil' Cav- mee : -., :Nr.sv x()RIC, April 30 -(UP) -'
' tab! two bedrosm o', apartment I ,' , sualc Siamese cat. Ph. Kin einetko Holm ',UYAa 'AMS11.9 arretta a 'decently pitched -game. the Teener all stars to ,the nation- cas s 1, k h
- ing-diningroom, bath, o kitchen, A t, r v ,.r pointment.,, At 3751 , .. ,,,es:,,,,,,,-, ,- , ,,,, ,, ,. ey tenge ept is fingers
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garage an withi maitre bedroom,Avrik bath., s., , . ,
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,,, 37878. s,,,, ,,k,q.,,,, t ,, 1 ,,, o ; 'room), Bolin, room, (Anil', !twill ,. WS PAT SPOT CAS!lo, FOR , .,.1 -, ss - ,. ,,', ,, 7 .., .- ",-, ',, s. ., ., d lin 11-14 record last year With ',in-addition to the regular order Mickey Mantles latest injury was
'','-', ' '. '. ' balciirty:, terrace, :lenge, tint GOOD LATE MODEL '" CARL, ; ',. o ", ', , ,.,,'-v; : .' ., --, the Shreveport club the Texas of business -the selection commit- as' mild as the 'Yankee
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; t -wth r wth im fureiiitiems"? Phone :all day, Pamela 2-4966,1' ,-. ' : n -- I- L
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; Phone' No 3-0444 No. ''. 31 .2-2616. Autos Eisennsait- next ,.,
' -Rooms ,, ..s.,,, ,..., antics',. etot,' , : -,, .., statt.,a game by Cavarretta last Gil 'Morland, -Will be in session to 'Mantle suffe ed a ; sprained ,,
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ANONONOM . ,, ,, , ... ,, ,, . k, .. .:, ....... ..,...... '. A I ., .. .4. , :. 1, a g an e t e .F.W.Teenee all stars, de. Paul FOytack in; the first inning
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, ,..;, ., ,, .., ..,,.., ,, ,,, ..,..,, ,,..,, , .,. :. made:the most of the opportunity. fending' national teener baseball of yesterday's game with D tr .t '
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FOR RENT Beautifully furs,
meni, dircotielitioned fully fur-' : ' , ,' ', .1 ,Iconitinneg from rage 9)., WuoIlitcil ..--.11.; Fortune. Pased ; Mixing- a live 'fast ball' with an champions.i -' 1. Stengel was ready to take Mantle ;
' Dished housekeeping mom, dee-
nished.1 Pot 3 months. Call .3- - , .- ,, -., ' balls -,,- Huddleston 2, C 0 t t ci n average Curve, Newkirk set the ..- r ' ,. ,.'-, --' '':. out of the lineu i cl. t 1 b t '
ble couch, refrigerator,- kitchen t --47 ,,,,,.--, I I "i "" 1 WANTED. ,- Wo Par CASH, for t ,o. ' r , p mme la e y u
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'- Score bi innintla ' Left 'on haseN-Atianties 10;' Fast. Richomond Virgininas. .: down ,on Irl Sanders,' manaeer ,. of the Mickey insisted he could play and :
, cabinet with -attached '' stove, --" ,:. - ", A 1955 Chevrolet 4, door 6 cylin-, ,, ,,. -, I 2 3 4 5 to--R H 1E, lichs'IL Time of Aame-1.49.. HM- as the Bi on
seven bits s s pnapped triumphant Atlantic Teenerrt,',will remained in 'the game for seven -
' ', bath, and entrance independent. FOR RENT ,-- Nicely furnished der, Autos Eiteriman.Tels.,2- 1.11MS 'v..'
-140' 3 52nd- Street. Phone ,3. apartommt :', including t, refrigera.,-, 4966,
,-, 2.2615, soar coo colt Atlantics. 2.'2 0 3 0 0 1,-.; 6 7 ,! virea--,Ilett Corrigan, and sight. a threeitame losing:streak-with st lorire as mepper'.nr he, all stars intlings.1-,',.. , , .- ',
, Armd I 0 0 2 3 5 0-.40,, 3 2' mi., ; .., ,,,,- : ,- , !,, ,,, 9-2 decision.,' It, was only Buffalo's after the selection'of the .tetim to. -,', '4 ." a-- .
0638. ,, ' 4:: o ' tor, perch,''-', parier-itiningreem! plant . -, , ., I- ,., ,,, v .., ,,.,. -. ..1 ,, thi f ,th They .fillid lt 'wasn't' serious
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.. Runs 'batted in-Wilder 2; Mar : Gains' Played April 27191 ..., games and the club's Brit tom, play to many game on the Isth-
FOR RENT --, Camps Alegre: -,'.
elk eireened. ',, 155.00. Apply ',
' Nicely .., furnished, cool room, 4.. guard, J. Fortune,. Thomas, Bat. ',.. :-,,At :..Albreek MUM '. p g me by
. ''' lete a I hope that's true. We'll find out
a starting pitcher. mill as bnolrines and- the weather tod tr ' '
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1 Hotels HOLLAND LIOUSE cheldor 3, 1)0118011 2, Berg. Earn. Curunde,,. A1 It H PO A E The Bisons took, a 2.0 lead in will permit before sailine on', the ,
Eeriness styte:tall 3-17$91' .- -1,- ,,,,,,n,i . ed runs ...., Attanttes '5!,,,, Armed, zent, no. ,, , .... 5 1 ,2 ':2 '2, si, the first Inning, Oh Cir108' Ortie Panamt Lille, oh 'July 24 to-the 4.' '''- .., ''' -' '' ''
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' ;.--.--- F011",'RENT'' Two bedroom : 1 ,--' 3 Wm. tram the': heart at T,' Forces IL Three-base -Ms -:Ilat-', McFadden,. 21i, .,', ., 0 r and were in front Uniteft States. Theme eames cwill He has the choice of any -of tho ' ,f.
',' -. ,' ',, etive lathimiese a chanre to vlaw of any of the personnel of the part.' '.,
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I apartment, maid .room and serr c .,' 't -1 I. ', Bergere. Stuck Out' -- BY Rivera Arnold, ll, e -' ,4 1 0 3- 2: 0 bY' 0-0 before the Virrillans score. sees In depal.pt,,e to,imwork en nersoneel ,- of 'the participating ..'
ice,' garage. Juste,', Arosemena 4" JOSco wosto Imo 7. ala
r s 0 I '----,,, Suites and Bungalows, all with se 'on balls..-Off Kodriguez Gerardir lb .cf -,.' ',1 1 :2 .0 0 0 ed their two runs in the,top of the vital 'to-Invball club.' and will
Wild pitch-Rivera 4,; Rodriguez Suarez, .It',. ,,,,,. ;1,1,-:0 0, 0: 0 It was the only gameplayed. 'A the results ,of, the ;bard work tbe league meeting'. He has the ehoice '
icipating leagues or, the V.F.L ----
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' pkivete bath Hot and told w tch '.... nson 3 Cot. Manning, rf 3' ft 0 0
t RENT COMMERCIAL FOR' RENT,......., Beautlfulli furl.., 11 2. Passed balls De ,. 0 0 seh ule .,
- , ed d tonte,st between, the boys.'.managerial 'persotinelr.' end Teener League. ,-",,, . ,' .",4
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: r.ricei '36 arid $6 dally,,,;1,,;. ton. Left onhasevt-4-1Atlantics 0, n erwood,,,.cf .,,.- 4:1:3:1, 1 :0 Columbus Jets and the Rochester manv, others have' put, into ,-', this '''',)''':.., ,,,-', ... :. ,1
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(none out' in 4th), off Kenway 2 p , s. .
th the lea e's FOR RENT:--Well furnished
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' ' 1.- dry room garage,' gardener's ,' s s non, rift, .,
Oniphrby-..Delville, 'service inc'haded. 3-3884, Cell '' -. ' ', hits 3 runs 1112 innings. Losing '. -. '''
; '' For 'reservations P. O. .t b Rodriguez., Time .- of : Totals,' ''' ,, 12 17 13,21 4 vers. Passed bang ',,, -Denson -Al- Ponstitution and by-laws., Sanders comfortable, 1' bedroom resi- ...
. pi c er ,:lVs.'', tizer.. Hits and runs Off Dykes is'reservid the.right to select hitt denct,' vicinity American Em. ;
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-- 55 ,, mpires-- 511 ,.- - "'""---- '- ,i' 2 hit 2 om- briny. 1250.00 monthly rent -' ;
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' To date &Niger Sanders Company. Tel.' 3-6969. '., 4,,
s. In lentils Ihriller . 0,01 i ,I ' Br 0 If '4 0 1 :2
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i -,Altiter; Time '.J,; -1.59.-Umpires lias not,atintairteed hist thotee. bilD , ,t-. t, , , ,, , D.
Niles $ th "' I d
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, AmnhrnvIiPlvalIP dry mom, garage., yardenya ,,. s Cosmopolitan kitchen....
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two Veil-balanced pairs: Omphroy.- Fonq -1-,IDSTP-part-72.114-71ficialli genCt
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able' atomic like forehand drives, again 'to the public on May 5, as i No. 43A AUTOMOBILk ROW. : : ;,..L,J'.:-.--'....i...- -, : Score ,by' Innings '' , '', -:''' -" ..o, '''' -' - '1 ''' ''' ' f -,'' ' ?
-' gractfal:, backhand put aways, usual,Arom -4- a.m.', to 12;30 P:M' 4 '' : ..1,1 Parma City , T t 1 29 co 4 3.8 9 5 Teams ,,, i 2 3 4 5.4 7lt H IP ; -" '',',':-!: ,A :
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, ' ..' ''-.. -. .. Tho : Chitago Cubs', Liu ,, wills:, Fastlichs;,.. 0 0 O 0 0 0, 0,70 :: 3,, :0 Armed ',Forces ,,: 3; Curundu :. 1, ,,. ', : -, -,,:. :1 .,, ..,.! ,, !--..!- ;, -,:-, ,, : .-,..,. :,. ,: ...'",, -!', .,'. :. '', ''' : :
: I : -". ' ,''',, , ..':.; 1. : .1 .. ...; ;. i'; ' '":'''' ::. and' the' San Francisco Giantsii .' :4' ''' SuMmary ., .. .. ,,' 1-1. r Three..ha Se hit ..,-: Gerardi.::,: Two- .;,. ,'
' env' '.'1. ' 'i' -''' ' ' It Hank' Sauer are tho early home., Runs batted hi -- Wilder,5 Marl base. hits ....:Batcheldor, 41.-- For- I
'" '''' 1 rill a ti.:571,,.,, ..., I I g .: : run sunsations of. the -.,.at a I Or; guard.- Aarned .11111S ,' t4 Atlantlea tune,." Sacrifice' bit ,-,-- ,.1. Fortuee) T.,::::: : :::. :, ..,. "ft.,' : .,:'. ... ; ..,.....1. ,,,,4c.. .:.,,;,,,...;,...--, ,.., .,..,. ,,...-,., ,: :,it;:, ; ... .. T.. .,,,, ,. ::;!- ,..... :. ,, :, :
, ,: ..
isanw,s.,, ,-,, .-. ,,,, ., e ,;, 2.: Sacrifice hit -. Wilder., Sto en Thomas., Stolen bast.-Zent. Struck i -,... ,,-,:,;; :-....
' '''' ' ' , W ils ': Who 'hit Only six last- bases, : Whittaker ., ,2 .,Belanger., out-rBy Rivera 7, by Dykes:. : 4, 7- .,- ... ,,...- ,, .M ADU.kinr 0 -11' BAZAR 'INGLES ,' 4: ... :;:-... ;:'-,.1',., :.;.:,. y.' - :
. ' '. ' '' '' '' '' '' '' ' . 'I' 3 i' ' '' ' .- '''' I P' I '. to 1111,-.24,- Struckjitut,......--By,,,IAits,Sr:by.. R. by,,,AltizevtoBaso--,,on-,,balls,-.1ti- -,...----.--oo-.4--...."----,...-,4-,-;,,,,,,--...,-;,--..--;-;--4---,..--.......----.' ...., ..
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r I .. d,' ;I" ';-- , '',. '' t f, 1 i i r f ; ' ..' flach has seven so ar th s year.: Fortune, 9; Base on bells I-. Off yera, -.3, Dykes S,- Altiser 3. Hit .. -....... ., ,. ,... . ; .. .. ,, ,...., ..,..., ..;,.. .. :,,....: .:... .. .. ... .. ., ..; ,:. . : . ...
-, ,-.. ,
- ', - ,. Walls hit hvo yostorday. while. Lutz 5. of.Fortune 7. Ilit by pitch. by pitched ball-By Dykes (Deil. :.:. ,:.::,,:-.. ,, .-,,..t, , ... ,:, , .. ,. ... ., .. . : .
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: gaunt hit, rm.:, ',...., -: '!' ed. baU ,-,4 By r Lutt; (Ammirati). son and Rivera). Wild pitch-RI''
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Apartments.
, FOR RENT Furnished apart..
mem well ventilated 2 beck"
toom,'- livingalltintli kitchen, ,,
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U.S. Army inspects& 45th St.
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To Close'Por
3 Days In IA Row
The U.S. Information Service
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consecutive dayi sta;tinv tomor
row: --LanorlDarr,lawlefficial
holidaygn Patiatna,7and also Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday during which
an inventory will be taken.
The USIS library will be open
again to the public on May 5, as
usual. &am am. to 12;30
and from 2 to A p.m., Monday to
Frid a.'4,43n--Saterd syr,ilut ."18111fte
hours wW be ,observed ,, in the.
morning, closing, one hour, earlier
in the afternoon, at 5 p.m.
tween He Jr. and Pinilla- 1
Motti9' and the other on Yriday,
between .0mphroy-Delvalls Audi
Ltoney-ftenjamin.
The winner of these two match matches
es matches wilt meet' un Sunday morning
for the finals..
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I 2, z 12 ,z 1 rau. tteut.,: unafrwooa 4, : m, etcalf, , : ' ,, ,, ,-. ,' r: .,'', '-, 7 ' :. '', , ' i
iyed brillant13 tween Hole-Hole Jr.'' and Pinilli '' '.. '''
, Pajack, 3b t,
- 7.,-;, ,,,, :,,, ,,,,, ,, ,, , w '' Ness, lb '
' 2 ,1', 2 ;2 ,,,1 1 ueinnart 3, binith 3, Batcbeldor, , , : v 4 ,' ., '. ,-
.,
phroyDelivalle, Mott, and the other on 1Friday Curundu 12, Armed Forces 2. -- 1- 1. ,,-- ' ', t - '. 4,-- ',,,, '
, ' French, 2b , 3 2 2 4 21' II Peterson," Bergere.,Earned runs ,,, ., ,,., ,,, ,14: , , 11116,,,-,:,..00, ,' --. 1., .,.., , ,, ,,
Rathgeber, el 2 1 0 0 0, '0
4 ir,i 3hree,base hits--.Begere, Batchel- '' t
1 away the be- between .0mphroyDelvallo a a d
Ltoney-I3enjamin. ,I, ,
,
. ,, ',. Ammirati, ss .4 '1,1.0
Huddieston, e 4 0 2; 2 2 2 dor., Two-base' lits--Reinhar , , ,
,, 4 so 1 1, 2 2 Peterson Smith, Galtizer. Sacrifice i '''' '1' s''''' '.'''''' '''. '' '' ' I '' ''. .' ''' ' 1
Sas now reach- The winner of these two match- ,, ,, Millor 1
. ,.. ,
first of these es wilt meet' on Sunday morning a9.11elft $ hitsMcFsdden, Stolen basesAl- ,-- 6
Thursday :. be. for the finals.. , Schwarstok, p
A , i
s tizer,',Suares, Gerardi, Zent, Bat- - i '),
,
' 1 ' 31 11 13 2113
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, heater, new top, new retreads,
36,000 miles, estallent
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;,1183, or Amador 3151 after 4-
, FOR SALE 1956 Pontiac' 6
',cylinder, automatic shift, radio,
door Sedan.; Only -- 17,000
miles. 'monist' buy. See at 627;
Ancon; Phone 2-1727.
FOR 'SALE ,-- 1956 Ford ;
passenger pos'yoratirerinp. Many
t. extras 12,009 Sacrifice
SliSSO 'Balboa 2711.
.111
FOR SALE 1955 star chief
Pontiac convertible. Beautiful
-ocolor, Excellent 'condition, only o
$1500 cash. Finance office, Co-'
, rozat Army 85-101.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford Thun
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',This car in occellent condition
, with' low mileage's' Duty paid. k
Phone Coen STS for ap ap,
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WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
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Phone all day, Panaina ;4966, -''
.2-2616; Autos Memnon,: next
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Completely moderd conveniences itt
Suites and Bungalows, all with
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Prieei.S6 and $6
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Willi Sauer Early
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NEW YORK';',AgrliAll (OP).;
The Chicago Cubs' Lee Walls:
and the San Francisco Giants"
Hank Sauer are'the earlY home::
, rim sensations of the nt a Or,
leaguisiw,
Walls,;Who hit. only six last
-seasone,and, lauerr-whewhit,..26,
each has seven so far this year.
Walls hit two yesterday while'
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Miscellaneous 'I
FOR SAL1 -- Cars and Trucks
accessories.' also spare parts for
Diesel, Caterpillars., CM. me.
tors. refrigerston. safe onRt.',
We also have feu solo ono
, "GMC" .112 ton tuck in good -,,
condition. We sell all kinds of t
surplus material. CONTINEK.
' TAL SUPPLIERS Central Ave.
No. 12.179. 13th St. Tel.,
1038-11 Apt.' 1091;,-Col000.
' FOR SALE AgO rinaistered
Toy Seaton Bull PuPs Imme Immediate
diate Immediate delivery 6251, Buena
, Ventura' Mace, Les
LOST 4-- Black cocker spanior
answers to 4Butchtl roil harness
tag No. 2526, Reward; Call Co..
tondo ,'
LOSTY ELOPED Farfac Po-
onalc Siamese cat.' Ph. Navy;
3734- - ,4.,
''' (Conithined from Page 9)., -,
-- Scare by Innings v
Teams -, 1 2 3 4 5 toR H 1
Atlantics : 2 0 3 0 0 1 6 7 : I,
Armd F. 0 0 2 3 5 0.10 ,. 3 2'
, Summary : ;
' Runs 'batted inWilder 2; Mar
guard, J. Fortune,- Thomas, Bat.
cheldor 3, 0113011 2, Berg. Earn Earned
ed Earned runs Atlantics 5,..' Armed
Forces S. Three-base -hits Bat BatBergere.
Bergere. BatBergere. Stuck out By Rivera
7. base 'on balls.---Off ,Rodriguez
7,.. off Kenway 1,' off Rive ra 6.
Wild pitchRivera 40 Rodriguez
2. Passed bells Denson 3,. Cot Cotton.
ton. Cotton. Left on. basex 4,1Atlantics 0,
Armed Fooces 01., Hits-oLl Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez 1 hit 5 runs in:1 4, innings
(none out in 4th)., off Kenway 2
hits 3 runs in 2 innings. Losing
pitcher Rodriguez., Time of
game 1.55.4Umpires Siglia Sigliani
ni Sigliani and SMith. ,4 , ,' ,-
4 .4-,..., --rp, ,1,., gli A
' Gam sCsaptih-160 i0g0 i'to
t ,Played et Balboa
Curuedu -1 'AW. R H PO A '11
Zenst,' ss :' 4 0 0 .0 0 1
McFadden,', 2b 3 0 1'3 3,0
Arnold,' ifs '-, 3 0 4 0 0 1. 1
Gerard', 3b '' 2 0 1. 2 1:,1
Altizer, t , 3 0 1 3 -144.
Suarez, cf -.-"3 4 0 0 0 0' .0
Manning, rt : 3 ., 0 0 1 01 0
Metcalf, lb 3 0 1 7 0 0
Dykes, p ,'' , 1. 0 0 2 :1 1
Smith,. p , ; ,, ,1 0 '0 0 0 0
ITotals 28 0 4 la. 9 ,5 1
'41 4
Fastlick AB R H PO A' E
Pearl, 11 5 1 0 0 0
Bateman, if : 3 -14 1 1;0- 0
Morris, rt 1 1 0 0 0 0
Ness, lb '11 2-, 112 1
PaJack, 3b 2 .1' 1
French, 2b 3 2 2 4 2
Rathgeber, et 2 1' 0 0 0, '0
Ammirati, ss 4 '1 1 0
Huddleston, e .4 0 ,2'; 3 2 2
Schwerztak, p ',' 4 se ,1' 14,2 1
Tptals 31 11 13 21 13 4
' Score by Innings
Totems 1,2 3 4 7-15'74
Curundi , 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4
Fastlich 0 0 3 0 1 7 11 13, 5
, $ummary ;
Runs batted in Bateman:Pa Bateman:PaSak,
Sak, Bateman:PaSak, French 2, Rathgeber 2, Ain.
mirati 2, Huddleston., Earned
runsFastlich 8. Homo runBateman-
Three-base hits Ammira Ammirati.'
ti.' Ammirati.' ,Two.base hit 0 Pearl., Sacri Sacriifce
ifce Sacriifce hit,Rathgeber. Stolen bases
Gerardi,, Ness, Pajak 2., Struck
out-0-By Dykes 4, Schwarzrok ,3.
Base 011 ails-4)ff Dykes ''off
Schwarzrok Left on bases 0,-
Fastlich Cutundu EL Hits and
runs offDyket '11 hits 11 runs
in 5 2-3 innings,-off Smith 2 hits
0 runs in 1-3 inning. Losing pitch.
er-',Dykes. Time of game 1.42.
UppiresSiglieni and Smith.
Game Played April 27 195$
'' At Aibrook Field
Wilder, ss 0 0 0, 0 0 0
Donahue, lf 4 0 .0 1 0 0
,Whittaker, d 3 -', 0 3 3 00
Cotton, 0 ,,, 4 .0 0 6 2 0
Lutz, p 4 1 1,, 1 0 ; 1
Morland, 2b 2 1 0 2 3 0
Belanger lb 2 .0 1 7 0 0
Marquard,. 3b 3 0 2 1 1 0
Donahue, If '' 4 0 ,0 l 0 0
ANhittaker, d 0 ,0 3 00
Cotton, 0. 4 0 0 6 2 0
Lutz, p 4 1.. 1., 1-, 0 ,; 1
Morland, 2b 2 1 0 2 3 0
Belanger,. lb 2 0 1 It 0
Marquard,. 3b 3 0 2 1 11,'. 0
Hackenson, rt 3 0 0 0,, 1 0
Totals 25 2 4 21 7 )1
Pastlich ,' AB R 14 PO A
Pearl, ,If .3 0 1, 2:0 0
Bateman, rt ,, 1. 0' 0 0, 0 0
Ness, lb 2, 0 0 3, 0 0
Paiak, 313 2 0 11' 1 2 0
Freneh,, 213' 3 0 0 1 ,0' 0
Rathgeber,, et : 2 0 0 3, 0 0
Amwatt, ss kr 2 0 0 2,, 0 0
Huddleston, 3 0 1 3 1' 0
R. Fortune, p 3 0 '1 1'. 0
Totals'. 21. 0 3 21 4 0
- Scora by innings I,
Teams 1 2 3 4 5 it H
Atlantic' : 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-442 4 1
Fastlichs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3, 0
4? Summary
Runs batted in -- Wilder,5 Marl
guard. Earned runs Atlantic'
2. Sacrifice hit --- Wilder. Stolen
bases Whittaker 2, Belanger.
Struck., out,. By--Lutis Sr by. R.
Fortune IC Base on balls Off
Lutt 5. of Fortune 7. Hit by pitch pitched
ed pitched baU 4 By Lutt (Ammtrati).

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Home Arficles
FOR SAL1 --- 1 TV Connie
, 16" Zenith. Call 11-2142.
- FOR SALI Beautiful large
sectional wardrobe mahogany
190.00. Quartermaster bed
120.00. Tel 35120.
e.mim.-hmom
, FOR SALE Deluxe Kenmore.
automatic washint machine, like
new: Rattan taa cart- Call Al Albreak
break Albreak 116-4113.
FOR SALE Doubt Sofa-bad,
almost now, $75:00. "ono
7E21. from I :00 to- 11 :00 IRE
' COO to 1:00 pik
,
filti011taltAlwiLl.1$11;400.conob,i64fimotbun:
electric tante. 6100.00. Beth
60 cycles. Seta and meichins
chalk 630.00. POW1111 meter
scooter, $50.00'. ,Qmertere
66-5221. Albstek.
i FOR SAtil -r Miscellaneous
, household jgoods.' TV-set, seta,
' planco House 0912 Amides:
.
Wiid)itch R.: Fortune. Passed
Huddleston C o tt on.
Left on basesAtlanties 1(4' Past.
',knell. Time of game-1.49..
piresPeta, Corrigan and,,
ni. ,'
Gail,' Played April 27, 1951
At- Albrook Plaid
Corundo,.. ',, AB it H PO E
Zent, as 5 1 ,2 '2. 1.
McFadden, 2b, 1, 0 0 0 .1 1
Arnold, U, e '1 0 3 2 0
Gerardir lb el 1 .2 0 0
Altizer,, e, lf. 2 3 1 5 0 0
Suarez, ,It 1, '1 -0 0 0 0
Manning; rf 3 .0 0 ,0
Underwo0d,,,el ', 4 '''' 1 3 1, 1 0
Underw-dod,,,cf 4 1 3 1, 0
Metcalf, lb 1 '1 1 3 -0 ,1
Reinharti 4 3 2 '1: 3 t 1
p 3 2 2 0 LI 1
, ,
Totals ' ,32 17 13 2110 $
'Armed', Ferias H po A
Swenson,' 3b 0 0, 2 4 0
J.:Fort,unh, 1,' 0.11 41 I
Bro Oning, 4 0 1 ,1 0 0
Batcheldor, p 4 11 '3 1
Denson, et,'" e ; '4- 1 '1'S 2 1
Berg; e, el F, 2 1 ,' 0 t 2r 0 1
'Peterson,' lb ,-, 4 0 ,1; 0 0
Thomas, rf 2134.! 2 1 3 0 0
Bergere, p 1,1 1, 0 2 0
, Rivera', P 7 15 (t
Moore, rf ,V0,00',0 0
IToials J. 4 40 6-. 1121 1
-, : Score ,by Innings
Teams ,,, I 2, 3 4 5,6 7R 14 IF
Curundu 4 0 6 2 1 0 4-77.17-:13
'Armed PV, I 2 0 ,0 2 0 1 6 11-
, -, :
,,summot:y
, !tuns batted in 2','
Fadden, ',Underwood 4, Metcalf,
Reinhart' 3, Smith- 3,'
Pittroon," Bergere.,Earned, runs
Curundu 12,-! Armed Forces : 2.
Three7base hitsBegere, Batcheldor,,'Two-base'
Peterson,, Smith,, Galtizer. Sacrifice
hitsMcFadden, Stolen basesAl basesAltizer,'
tizer,' basesAltizer,' Suarez, Gerardi, Zent, Bat Batcheldor,;
cheldor,; Batcheldor,; ,Browning. ; Struck
by Sniith 4, by Rivera 2 by Bat Batcheldorl.v
cheldorl.v Batcheldorl.v Base on ,,balls Off
Smith 3, off Begere 6,' off Rivera
2, off Bateheldor 3. Hit by picte11-
ed ball By Rivera (Zentl, by
(Berg). Ballt4-Bergert.-' Left ,on
baeCurtandc 9,' Armed Forces
Passed ball Berg. Hits and
runiOft Bergere 9 hits "12 runs
in 3 273 innings, off Rivera--2 hits
I run 'in 1-3 innings, off, 'Hat 'Hatcheldorl
cheldorl 'Hatcheldorl hits' 4 runs in 2 innings inningsLeft:of
Left:of inningsLeft:of base :;,7- Curundu 9, Arm,
ed Forces 7.: Time of game-2.0T.
Umpires-7-Sigliani: and Corrigan.
;
, Sox Seers 'if Pretested Gem
,' Of APril 12 ,completed
April 27, MS, et- Albreek Field
Armed. Forces R H
Swanson, ,3b 2 0 4 1
J.,'Fortune,- so 4 0 I 2 1 1
Browning, If 2 0 0 0 0
Batcheldor, 2b 4 0' 1', 1
Denson, e- 3 .1',1- 4 0,
Berg, cf -3 I,: 0 0 0' 0
Peterson,' lb ,: 1 1 S 0
Thomasi' rf 1 1 0 0 01
Rivera, p 2' 0 0 ,0 -3 ,0
Totals 22 :4 3 21 12 ,-,2
,
Ctirundu ABR 11P0A.1
Zent, 2b 4, 1 2 .11, 1 01
McFadden, rf 4 C,11.; 0 11--: 01
Metcalf, lb 0 1', 6 1 :,' 0
Altizer, e, ; 3 0 0 4 2 1
Underwood, d 2 0 0 0 0 0
Suarez; If '' 3 0, 0 1 1 0
Gerardi,-.3b 2 ,1 1 3 5 2:
Reichert. ss 3- 0 0 : 2 3 1!
Dyites, as 2 0 '" 1 1 1 Oi
Arnold.- e 0,-, 0 1 0 '0,
Denson;
Berg, cf
Peterson,' lb
Thomasi' rf
Rivera, p
: Totals
Ctirundu
Zent, 2b
McFadden, rf
Metcalf, lb
Altizer, c,
Undenvood, d
Suarez,. If
Gerardi,-.3b :
Reicbart, as
DyVes, as
Arnold; e
Totals
ammola4n111.ftto.ommr,momemomo
28 1 J 2114:4
, Score by Innings
Teams 1 1 3 4 7SR H I
Arthed F. 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-1 3 2
Curundu -0 1 0 0 1 0 0-2 5 '4
( r Summary 4 4
Runs batted in Swanson, .7,
Fortune, "Dykes, Earned runs
Armed Forces 3,, Curundu 1.
Three-hese hit Gerard'. Two Twobase
base Twobase hits Batcheldor, J. For Fortune
tune Fortune Sacrifice hit Tortuga,
Thomits.. Stolen bastZeht. Struck
outorBy Rivera 7, by Dykes 4,
by-Allizep Base-lon,,,balls gi givers
vers givers 3, Dykes 5, Mtizer 3. Hit
by pitched ballBy Dykes (Den.
,son and Rivera). Wild pitch-Ri

.
I Totals !': 4. 40 ,2115 11 ; g. , ,011

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' Pitcher Dave Newkirk, taken to
sprhig training by the parent Kan
sas City Athletics on a "look see:
basis, isn't exactly burning up the
International League, but he's the
only Buffalo 'hurler thus farahls
season to give manager Phil' Cav.
arretta a 'decently pitched game game,
, game, The 24-year-old Newki4, who
had an 11-14 record last yeat With
the Shreveport club tn the Texas
League, was given a chance ,to
start xa game by Cavarretta last
night "when nOne of my ; other
pitchers showed a thing" and he
made the most of the opportunity.
Mixing a live 'fast ball with an
'iverage curve, Newkirk set the
Ilichomond Virgininas. down ,on
seven hits as the Bisons Snapped
a three-game stteak- with it
9-2 decision., Itcwss only Buffalo's
third win of the season in 33
games and the club's firSt tom,
plete game by a starting pitcher.
The Bisons took a 2-0 lead in
the first Thning on Carlos Ortiz'
two-run homer and were in front
bv 9-0 before the Virrilians score scoreed
ed scoreed their two ma in the ,top of the
ninth inning.
It was the only 'game plaYed. A
scheduled c-ontest ,,, between, the
Columbus 'Jets and the Rochester
Red Wings et Itochester was post
poned because' of rain.
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lizer. Hits and runs Off Dykes
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by Fred Unddieston, president of
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at the Curtmdu, Community Build BuildAll
All BuildAll menibers of the league are
urged lo attend because of a
number of important matters
which will be taken up. A linen linencial.statement
cial.statement linencial.statement will be presented
and ways and means discussed to
complete ,the raising of funds ,to
meet the reauirements of gending
the Teener all' stars to the nafion nafional
al nafional Tournament.
In-gdditton to the regular order
of business,-the selection commit committee,
tee, committee, ander the chairmanship r of
Gil Morlnd, will be in session to
pick 1,S boys' who, will ,comprise
the V.F.W.',Teener 'all stars, de defending'
fending' defending' national, teener baseball
champions.' ,
Irl Sanders.' manager of the
triumphant Atlantic Teeners, will i
'terve Rs manieer,ot the all storsi
after the selection'of the team to I
morroti evening. The team will
'play la many ga,mea on the Isth Isthmei
mei Isthmei as boolrinrs and the weather
will permit before sailing ow- the
raviame Line en 'July 24 to-the
United States. Theae games will
oasis in develeeiyig teamwork to
vital 'to anv bell club.' and will
'wive tRthollose R ehRore to view
the results of thojtard work, the
boys. managerial personnelr and
manv others have' put into thiu
project.' , I
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is reserved the,right to select hit
91V11 coach. who, will also accom accomzany
zany accomzany the team on the trip to the
States:. To:date Manager Sanders
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.may do, se at the league meeting.
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Casey Stengel- kept his fingers
crossed today and hoped that
Mickey Mantles latest injury was
as. mild as the Yankees center
fielder said it was.
"Mantle suffered a sprained
right foot, while batting against
Paul FOyta& in, the first inning
of yesterday's game with Detroit.
Stengel was ready to take Mantle
out of the lineup immediately but
Mickey insisted he could play and
reniained in 'the game for seven
.
"They said it wasn't serious."
Stengel saild after the game 'and
I hope that's true. We'll find out
today.' '
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league meeting, He has the choice
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, ',WASHINGTON, April 30 (UP)--Presi dent Eisenhower said today that the April
drtp in unemployment is an example -of thacontinued and emphatic evidence that
,
.
the,recession is flattening:out ,
,
But th'n President told his weekly new conference he doe! not believe that the
78,000 decline in unemployment reported yesterday ',warrants a COnCIUSiOn that an.,
et'OnomicuPturn has started.' ' ,
' He nOted that; with a seasonal adjustment; the unemployment figures could not
be' interprited quite as, favorably. ,
, ,;'s As tor' a possibie',tax out,the'President said It is' a rnatter that both the'execu the'execu,,,
,,, the'execu,,,
tive and legislative branches of the government must have a very close and studious
' analysis 'of being'rn''aking'any real move in that direction.. ',
In Other 'news 'conference high- ideni said he has no intention of tration might bend some Ori its
lights, the President: handpickicking him as his sue. defense reorganization plan, in
--Said emphatically that he cessor. He said that is a matter light of the :continued strong op
has no intention of resigning in for the Republican Party. He said position :irom, some -influential
favor of Viee-president Richard it has a log of good men both in congressmen.
11.; Nixon as long as he feels he and outside government. He went on to so; that every
is capable of doing the. job. He ( - possible concession had been
said he tot& on the duties of the But he said he' is triing' to made to each of the individual
affice and he is going to perform keep Nixon es wollinformod a. services berore his plan was
theni ail long as he is able. ,, bout government policy and e. sent to Congress. He said the es.
i-zeid the -and' Nixon are verY aerations as he can in the e. sentials of the plan are to h I s
warm friends' and he admires vent that he should become In- mind mandatory if the United
and' respects him. But the Pres- capacitated arid 'Nixon would States is to be properly defended
have to take ever. "4 as economically as possible., -A'
' - t. t ny retreat from the essentials de dePhysicians
Physicians dePhysicians Tell he was saddened rather signed for unity Qf military strat strat,
, strat, t an irritated by RUSSO s brusque egy would ,bo, inexcusable, he
, rejection of his proposal to set said., ' ," '4,'
Plus Of Sinichis up an air inspection system in But he said he does not
the Arctic,. zone, to allay mutual believe merger of ,the Amyl,
' suspicions of surprise attack a. Navy and Air Force into ono
Excellent tonlitio'n cross ,the Pole. He said his pro- service would ht. a good thing,
posal was made sincerely and even theoretically. He said it
, , honestly, and not to score a pro. would wipe out the traditional
AtOME (UP) Two' American paganda point., He expressed hope morale and pride of, the 'no.'
physicians told Pope Pius XII izi the Kremlin will reconsider. Von's fighting mon 1 in their
a' special audience yesterday that "1, : particular individual services.
Samuel Cardinal Stritch was in --Gave a flat no in answer to, --Said that the whole policy of
excellent condition following the a question '.whether. the AdmOis. the United States is based on de.
amputation of his right arm.' A veloping cleaner atomic bom hi
high ,Vatican source said the I ,, , which can be used for attacks
Pepe 'Was "relieved." on military targets.' without en,
Dr. Ralph D. Bergen and Dr. Divanda Says US
dangering the civilian population
John Keeley, who had flown chi, of a large area.
to Rome on only 'two,tours' no- Ina Fly Bombers He made the statement when
tice to attend the Chicago arch- asked about the charge of Sen.
' bishop, were received by the Pon- F Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.)
tiff,late yesterday morning in his or Rebel Forces that some U.S. borribs had been
private librarya rare departure taken,out el the stockpile a n d
from protocol, for special audi- , made dirtier. :
, vices. SINGAPORE, April 30 (tTP) ,H0 said that as far as he
The Chicago' doctorS were re- Loyalist Premier Djuanda charg- knew., no military officer' had ev
ported by Vatican sources to have ed toclay that Americans and er suggested such a thing, at
told..the Pope thq the 70-year.o!ti Chinese Nationalista are not on- least official.

5 ri..i.""'".... : - r-e-fe-ego-ii--oilis' p-r- -o-p-o Sa -1- 1-o-7-1-e-t.
1 I r up an air inspection system An
Pius Of Stritch s the Arctic. zone to allay mutual
' il ; suspicions of surprise attack a.
Excellent Condition croosss the Pole.dHe gaid his prod.
p al was ma e sincerely an
, , honestly, and not to score a pro.
' .:ROME (UP) Two' American paganda point., He expressed hope
physicians told Pope .Pius XII in the Kremlin will reconsider.
a' special audience yesterday that ,,, .t,
Samuel Cardinal Stritch was in Gave a flat no in answer to,
excellent condition following the a question whether, the Admhis.
amputation of his right arm. A A
' high Vatican source said the Di ,.., -. ,,
Pope as "relieved." luanda Says US
Dr.. Ralph D. Bergen and Dr.
John .1... Keeley, who had flown chi. ,,.. .,
to Rome on only 'two,liours' no. Ina Fly Bombers .-
tice to attend the Chicago arch.
.
' hishoP, were received by the Pon Pontiff...late
tiff...late Pontiff...late yesterday morning in his t
For' Rbel Fortes, '- ,.
private librarya rare departure
from protocol, for special audi. f- ' ' ,, i :
', vices. 1,. '' SINGAPRE, April O (UP)
The ChiCago' doetore were re- Loyalist Premier Djuanda charg chargported
ported chargported by Vatican sources to have ed tod,ay that Americans and
'told the Pope that the 70.yeareold chinese Nationalistg are not on-.
ardinal was, suffering no pain ly supplying arms,. and .guns I tO
t
histmorningj 24: hours after stir. the Indonesioan)xebelic hut fly-.
' eons amputated his right arm ing ttieir bornbers for them.
midway between the elbow sod ,,
; the shoulder.- ' ''' Djuanda gave out a printed
, The amputation, was decided statement ..... his.bitterest attack
after a .grave circulatory block in so far 'on the Ilnited Stateg and
. the mam artery of the Cardinarz China saying his government
arm.,had started gangrene. i,,. has "sufficient, evidence...,,(40
''' .f ale Cardinal had been'rushed to
to as. na),"
indicate. 'that' 'the rilots are .A .Athe
the .Athe hospital Saturday, only a day rperican and from Taiwan (Chi (Chiafter
after (Chiafter he arrived in Italy
sume his new ,duties as director , ..
ofthe church's missionary work. The timing of Djuandas charge
. -- 1 aroused fears that it might set
Alleithei Oi- NO
I off ,a wave of anti-American
violence)bylnobt ,ohgerving ,the
9 - -3 Comitiodsts' ,' traeitional!, May
' ''.! k Day holiday tomorrow.

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
' ond flydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
- Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
High 93 85
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, High 0,.ial 93 87
, .. 52 , 80
(max. mph) NW-15 W-17
RAIN (inshes), 1.09 J3
WATER TEMP: 1
linser harbors1'79 81

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THURSDAY, MAT 1
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25 cm. 7:43 amt.'
49 pan. 8:17 p.m.

A single' performance 'of rich
cultural Significance' wag given
last- night at the Rio Theatre by
members of the New York Phil,A
harmonic Orchestra Under the ex.
pert direction tyf Leonard Beta Betastein.
stein. Betastein. 'Playing before a packed
house among whose honored guest
were His Excellency, President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jt., and his
cabinet, Mrs.. de La Guardia, U.
S. Ambassador and Mrs. Julian F.
Harrington, Mrs. W. E: Potter,

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, Residents of the Canal Zone
have been urged by Acting Gov.
Hugh M. Arnold to join in the
observance of Law Day which
will be,,obserxect 4nytorrow May
1, in both the ,CAnal ZOO trid
the United States.
In a proclamation designating
tomorrow as Law Day through-.
out the Canal Zone, the acting
Governor also called .attention
to the proclamation issued re recently
cently recently Pregident, Eisenhower
designating May LS Law Day
in the United States.

wife of the Governor of the Can.,
al Zone,' and other, officials and
members s'of the diplomatic corps,
these professionals brought an un unforgetable
forgetable unforgetable evening of long needed
enjoyment.
.
, This superb, cOncert wag anoth another
er another vivid example of music as a
universal language which does
not have to be translated but which
we can all enjoy and take part
inthe art which affects out lives
most directly and whose 'essentC
als, rhythm and melody, can be
appreciated by peopl,' even
though the layman may find mo moden
den moden music difficult to understand.
Maestro Bernstein is complete completely
ly completely lost in a composition while con conducting
ducting conducting and at the same time com compels
pels compels a spellbound audience to feel
what' he is actually conveying to
them. His style is unique, fascinat fascinating
ing fascinating and dramatic, but completely
sincere.
In the second meeement et
Mendolssehn's "Itallan" Byrn.
phony, the audience sensed is
prayer-like reverence ', through
the lovely strains in the strings
as Bernstein represented the L.
magi of a worshipper moving
gracefully to background music
that depicted an. emotional I Idea.
dea. Idea. ,
In the Ravel concerts), Bernstein
displayed another quality of his
genius by performing as the soloist
and. at the same time conduting
with his head and hands. The
height of professional ability was
demonstrated here by',the orches orchestra
tra orchestra in their itrecision and unity
with the soloist, as this work had
difficult nuances and moods to in interpret
terpret interpret At this time when the or orchestra
chestra orchestra was slightly smaller in
numbers but greater in instntm.
ental variety, the only female
player, a harpist, made his first
appearance' foe the evening.Hers
was a commendable and valuable
contribution.
A well placed intermission to
change ,the mood from impression impressionistic
istic impressionistic to tontemporary; music pre prepared
pared prepared tbe audience for smash smashing
ing smashing performance of' Aaron Cop Copland's
land's Copland's third symphony.
A fiery and impressive work In
which Copland makes use of un unusual
usual unusual 'effects with brass choirs,
busy woodwind passages, blocks
and xylephene created a sense senseAim.
Aim. senseAim. elbeing In &man anici an
chamber. ,
In the thisd moVement the com composer
poser composer uses a delicate tonal struc.

PARKIN CHRISTIAN, great great grandson of Fletcher Christian of Mutiny on the Bounty,
fame, chats with Gov. W. E. Potter during a call at the Governor's office at Balboa Heights.
Christian, who is chief magistrate of Pitcairn Island, was accompanied by Gerald Williams,
far left, secretary treasurer of the Seventh Day Adventist Conference .in the Canal Zone
and R. I. Drachenberg, ,president of the Panama Conference, second from the left. Christian
will leave the Isthmus May ft for Cleveland, Ohio, where, he will Attend the' Seventh Day
Adventist World Convention. It will be his first visit to the United States,

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Magistrate:j ever.,1,-;,.Convicts;-:Traffics:,.. io a ors:
''Attentien. Judge John,:E.'. Dem-1 enders,: unly !Lcnue.gra.wn ..rn. e ;411itti.o ,thne odruirel? I for.

ing. rt t
There's a 74-yeir-old magistrate
in town who has never convicted
envone for' a traffic violation.
He is Parkin Christian of tiny
Pitcairn Island, far out into the
Pacific on the liner route to New
Zealand. Pitcairn has few parkin
prohledm

would. be no use' trying.' 'to
start a car there, explains Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, "You couldn't get into it
fast enough to get a ride" be before
fore before running out of island.
Tho Christian family has not'
always boon in tho law on onforcomont
forcomont onforcomont business- Groat-groatgrandfather
Fletcher had a fow
, words with a ma captain nam namod
od namod 'Dither Charles ,tapghton or
W$1iam !High. $
Christian of the law,is en route
to, Cleveland,' Ohio, to attend the
quadrennial' Seventh' Day Advent Adventist
ist Adventist convention there. Pitcairn's po population
pulation population 'of about 105 are all Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Day Adventist '',,o :
, It fwill,be the first visit to the
United States for lking-sized, slow
talking Parkin Christian. Line any
good magistrate, be it approaching
the case with no preconceived i i(leas.
(leas. i(leas. 1,cloti't know whether they
might like to put me in jail," he
'muses almiably.
, If littY Clevelander tries selling
him a line on the fourth-place In In(Hank:
(Hank: In(Hank: Christian can come right
back at him witb a line on Pit Pitcairn's
cairn's Pitcairn's first place watermelons.
One weighed in at over 80 MS.
shortly before he left, while an another
other another was ",two, itches lacking
the three foo0'
While vegetables flonrish. the is:

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tot with melancholic melodies
which arouse high emotional re reactions.
actions. reactions. Also interesting in thi
rhythm in the
work, was
last movement dun,
ing' which every fiber of Bernstein
preclominent Latin
body reponded to each heat. Lat.,
er, it moved along at a fast pace
with sudden dynamic and rhyth rhythmic
mic rhythmic changes expertly performed,
developing into an excitinectimax
and a breathtaking finish.
No doubt Isilaestro Iern'stein was
tired at 'the end ,of the evening,
but satisfied with the first con concert
cert concert of the Latin American tour.
' Although, it wa previously
published that there would be no
encores,1 irresistible applause
continuld long after the final
chord, and even after the two
national 'anthems' which incid incidentally,
entally, incidentally, were so beautifully ren rendered
dered rendered as to elicit,opplause from
tht audience. I
r :
Unfortunately, the number of
programs avallalale,,was inadequ.
ate for the large crowd present;
ia spite of this fact the works
were easily followed. It is possible
'that faulty acoustics robj3ed some
of the full sound of the orchestra,
but the ,execution of the players
and the skill of Bernstein 'made
amends lot this defect.'
This initiat concert in Panama.
Pens a ttour of 11 Latin Amerie,
an countries through' which 1., the
already famous, group Is making
musical history. The concert WU
sponsored locally bv Arturo Madu Maduro
ro Maduro and Herbert ',De Castro and
the trip, was made possible by
grants from the President's Inter,
national Funds for Cultural Pre Presentation
sentation Presentation which is administered
by the American National Thea,
tre and Academy ,(ANTA). A
Muth will be remembered a abeut
beut abeut this thrilling evening of
entertainment which has lifted
the souls' of all who were pros,
Amt. Comments from musicians
en& non-musicians alike were
very favorable a rare oc occurence
curence occurence for a similar acceptance
of contemporary music by 411.
We are thankful to the above
named sponsors. It is hoped that
the kpriearance of the New' York
Philharmonic Orchestra served
not only as a means of offering an
evening of rare enjoyment to its
listeners, but also as an incentive
awakening the need for many
moresimilar becasions that' pro provide
vide provide appreciation and satisfaction
for our cultural livint

comes from their goats. At ,one
time Pitcairn's goat., lived in a
forested corner of the island,
minded their own, business, and
not eating anything, that did not
belong to them. ,
4 During the war a' visitor to the
Island 'bought he would do a good
turn ,by improving the breed,
and, imported soma goats he
deemed best suited to island con conditions.
ditions. conditions.
Christian's report on tho
"improved". breed: "If you
stand still in tho road they',11
eat your clothes off you."
Pitcairn was most recently in,
the news when a National Geo Geographic
graphic Geographic Magazine 'team located
the hull of the Bounty: Wh i
burned,,and, sunk off the island
abortly 4fter the mutineers had
taken refuge there. Staid as it is.
the National Geographic seems to
have betome more excited about
the discovery than the islantlem
'It's nothing to talk about nowt,
shrtigs weather-tanned Christian,,
The fliscovery ,had al sequel.. t A
British admiral ) wanted to A-g t
hold 'of a key nortion of the Boun Bounty's
ty's Bounty's metalwork whicb Christian
had retrieved.
This Wit$ about the time' ont Of
Christian's boys was due lo
leave the island to go to school,
and a fair price for- theAlotinty
souvenir would have ,helpicd a
lot.' The' admiral didn't. want tO
PaY
Christian tame up with
411. clefored to row it out
to deep water, in one of the is,
land's longboats and heave' it
over ,the side., Then neither y of,
them would have it- The admi admiral
ral admiral cams to terms. "It hilpal
my boy in a c h.. I," says
Christian. t

Rurbanity lias
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, WASHINGTON (UP) T h e
module is suffering from autor autorosis
osis autorosis although his rurbanity has
complete walkability.
, These new additions to the
modern' lexicon came today. to
this national capital of normally
confused wordage by courtesy ,of
speakers before,the 46th annual
meeting of the t e States
Chamber of Commerce.
A glossay of terms dealing with 1
modern living, traffic 4ensity and
urban redevelopment was culled
from a aeries of speeches before
the national chamber:
ModuleA single, human, being
who joins with several other mod modules
ules modules to make a family and they,
under ideal conditions, join other
families to live' in clusters.
AntorosisA new mental dis disease
ease disease brought on by traffic condi conditions
tions conditions and use, of- the automobile
to -sublimate an inferiority com complex.
plex. complex. ,
, Rurbanity-4 condition where
City, folks and farmers live next
door to each other.
Bacillus techno.ogicus Some Sometimes
times Sometimes called gadgetis bt more
commonly a city poison which
has infected the countryside.
, WalkabilltyCan you make it
to' the store and back comfort comfortably
ably comfortably 4 ,
toWn. -
Scatterization--What happens to
urbia parking space gets much
tigher.
Pedestrian islandWher autos
can't go. -
Suburbicide Moving out. of
,town to the detriment oi the city.

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LONDON CUP). Horrified offi officials
cials officials of a firm that supplies dress
material to Britain's Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth have learned that its girl
employes are wearing' copies to
go dancing.
The designers and trianufactur.
ers ,protested that such things
simply aren't done and prompt.
ly suspended several of the girls.
Disclosure that the designs pro produced
duced produced for royalty swathed the fig figures
ures figures of $15 a week factory girls
canie wiles detectives and an of official
ficial official of the Carlisle firm of rel.:
gum Brotheruyent to a 'local
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get his .nam: r'don't
long as he don't, get that thing
for ,nothing."
, Christian ha's called on Canal
ZOne Gov. William E. Potter
aince arriving here,'.. and has vis.
ited many Seventh Day .Advent .Adventists
ists .Adventists churches on the Isthmus.

Just because h'is court blotter
is free from Iraffic cases,' 'does
not mean the island is withotit
wheeled transportz "We have
wheelbarrows," he decalres -in
tones rich with the pride of et.
vic progress.

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SAN FRANCISCO (1.',P)---
Gra lam laid it on the line las.
day night, to churchgoers.,,
He provoked a gasp of surprise
when he told a near capacity
crowd of 14,000 that they had
each brok-eu every single one 0:
God's commandments.
"You will not be condemneeat
judgment Aor today,"- he thund thundered.
ered. thundered. "You. are under sentence
now. That's the reason you have
not found peace and happiness."
Graham's crusades are usually
aimed at those who belong to no
church but who feel a spiritual
emptiness ln ,their lives. But last
day night he, invited churchgoers
to attend an "All. church night,"
the first night meeting of Ms six.'
week crusade.' 7
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In the. ilfdiell'ee- 'were 114 bus..
loads of people,: some of whom
came from, as lar-as lks Angeles
to. heav tho evangelist's mess message.
age. message. Ther Were 4150- .4ifferent
Church groups- presentI'
If they thought they were going
to get oft 'easy',because they' go
to church, they were mistaken....
Graham read'. them ,the Ten
Commandments from the '20th
chapter 'of Exodus., He empll'1
sized the thitd, ''Thou shalt Got
take the name ,of the Lord' they
God in vain."
- "The commandments are the
law," he said. "When ,God gave
them tot you, he knew,you could
not IteeP .them.t H44,, Ove them ,to
'you as al.'mirrort to see how ;a;
short you',were falling.
."There is not a person in:this
roont who has hot broken. every
single commandment."
, A murmur swept, through the
, audience,- A r
"You are7all'laWbreakers."

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He said the Bibte has a three- t
letter word ,or lawbreakingsin. z-
"You are separated from God,
you people of the Bay Area," be
t, ,
said. ,
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"You, ask, bow can I be for.,
1
given my sinsby good work? ,,.
No, you can do good work all ,,
your life, but thut will not savor, 1

Earlier, Grabant noted there'v
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were tabout 2,000 empty seats in
tile Cow Palace. On Sunday,;"
every seat was fired and there'
were about' 2 500 standees.
But he called last night's
turnout "encouraging
"After Sunday, people got the
idea they'couldn't get here with
out getting into six miles of :
fic jams,' he said.
", The" California highway patrol ":
reported that ;traffic moved,
smoothly and thereyere no de.:,

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Char' les Boyer; Joe E. Brown Martine Cali)! John Carradine Charles Cobuin Ronald
COIMan, Melville) Cooper 'Noel Cnwatd :Finlay ,Currie Regmatd Denny,. Andy
Devine Marlene Dietrich Luis Doininguin Femandel Walter Fitzgerald Sir John'
...Gielgud Hetznioni Gingold,..: Jose Greco,' Sir Cedric' Hardwicke Trevr Howard
, Glypis Johns e' Buster Keaton Evelyn keyei, Eteatrice tAllie Peter' Lorre Edmond
Lowe Col. Tim McCoy Victor McLaglen A. E, Matthews,tvtike Maztiki John
Mills Robert Mdrley-, Alan Mowbray Ed Murrow Jack Oakie GeOrge Raft,. Gilbert )
Roland 'Cesar ROMelt e: Frank Sinatra' Red Skelton Ronald Squire s Basil Sydney
Rithard Wattis Harcourt Williams r,

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lassic by JULES VERNE Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON

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' .t' said ne took on th-e du-tiis of the But hi said hi is triing' to made to each of the individual Will itilVIC tile iZuiiiiitla Ina 0 zyt ',au vciaLiu, se.",,, rolivzv- Alc wial libbella Ine o,eventrt Day
. oa s of people, some of whom I c jams he said
Adventist :World Ccinvention. It will be his first yisit to theUnited States,
ffice and he is going to perform keep Nixon as wollinformsd a. servipes berme his plan was , ,. , ., - -.,- ,,,,,,,, ,.. came from as lar-as Los Angeles ,, A' ' '
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theni ail long as he is able. ,, bout government policy and o- sent to Congress. He said the es- ' r.' r' ' , ,. heav the evangelist's mesg. ", The" California highway patrol ''
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i-gsaidthe -and' Nixon are verY porations as Ito can in the o. sentials of the plan are to h I 8 '' I f :-,-':. "'''' 7 .. 4 4 ".
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n t ,, , , 4.1, 1 I age. Theris were 4150 different reported that ;traffic moved,
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a warm friends' and he admires vont that he should become In- mind mandatory if the United ; ''' ,; ,- ,' a g ;,.. oa .t ,,
f a a a ., -- thurch groups- present. smoothly and there. were no de--
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, , w enurcn, wey were znistaxen ..
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Said he was saddened rather signed for unity of military strat strat-
- strat- ''.. 4 1 ' el II iraf? i for. Graham read them the Ten
' 'Attention Judge John.,E; Dem- enders o y ome.grawn m e a t Who was .the', adm
' : than irritated by Russip's brusque egy would te,, inexcuSalde,, he ino i t,: comes from their goats. At .one get his .naine: 1-don't know it so
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' Physicians' Tell
, , time Pitcaira's goat., hved in a long as he don't, get that thing
Potter ,
Commandments from 'the 20th
chapter of rxodits. He enin1v1- ,
ion of his proposal to set said. N 7 , 4, ,
f -,) 4 4 o $ I, ..
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tem in But he said he dots not m town who has never ennVICte
. There's a 74.year.old magistra e
d forested corner of the island, for ,nothing." sized the third, "Thou Shalt not
ake the name n he Lord' they
Plus Of Stritch s the Arctic zone, to allay mutual believe merger of .the Amyl, anyone for' a traffic violation. minded their own, business, and Christian ha's called on Canal t ,, f t 40-,
suspic s s p e
ion of ur ris attack a,. Navy and Air Force into ono God in vain. , ,.. 1,
He is Parkin Christian of tiny not eating anything, that did not Zone Gov. William E.
7"-The commandments' are the
On 1 1
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cross the Pole. He said his pro. service would ht. a good thing.,
. osal was made sincerely and '. even theoretically. He said
' n tl d t to score a pro. would wipe out the traditional
, , ones y, an no 1 t them . hince arrivin h
. 1 t th .t d d ha
th li er route to New During the war a' vis tor o e i. e many Seventh Day .Advent- th
it Pitcairn Island, far out into the he ong o
realm on e a
2 1 d P.t h a few parkin Island 'bought he wotdd do a good nits churchesgonerteh'e- aInsthmuSs. ViS: law." he said. "When God gave
em to you, he knew you could
eep Orn.t t., g ve em 4 o
' It (UP) Two' American paganda point, He expressed hope' morale .end pride of the 'no.' turn by 'improving the breed, 4 ,. ,,
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iya a3 azuLtaul bet! UMW ;,Itif
, anu importeo SOMO, goats, ne Just because his court blotter short you were falling.
16' would' be no use' y3ringC.to deemed best sulted.to island eon., is free from traffic cases,' 'does "There is not a person in,this
policy ot start a car there, explams. ditions. '- not mean the island is without room who has hot broken every
Pn'Ypwcii6aul'iau"di''"en'ce'ry'es-terda-yTibii
Gave a flat no in answer to, --Said that the whole
flan, you couldn't get into it Christian's roport On the wheeled transportt "We have single commandment."
' ;ems uel Cardinal Stritch .was in
, excellent condition following the a question ',whether the Admhis. the United States is based on de defast
fast defast enough to get a ride" be- "improved's, brood: ',If you wheelbarrows," he decalres -in A murmur, swept, through the
' amputation. of his right arm. A veloping cleaner atomic b o m hi
fore running out of island. , stand still in the road they'll tones rieh ivith A
high Vatican source said the R5,. lie Iv..hichme4n,.nhe4,211e4d..f.oztaltac.ks

, eat your deifies off you." 2'. 1,10 FL LUC aup.Tnce, A .r
role was. A n' ilmianna 111 The Christian loamy has nor

inlvic progress '
. You are- all laWbreakers I
i Ralph D. ,Bergen and Dr. 111141 I till Jill J Weir dangering the civilian population I -in- -,-tho,. law at' 1 1rec'ently g-
John ,L.' Keeley., who had flown r- ' I of a large area. .. -- '4 G , ,- , -
PI PI IP1 . forcomont business.' teat-greet. the newg whpn Netteeet nen , ' "-t , ,

graphic Magazine 'team located .7 ,-,.
a name tin limy mu, awl.. a &As,.
tillild rly pUllitie a ,.vven.lofaatimmemodamon.-.A.4..komobwomaw Nommor
I tire to attend the Chicago arch- ri- --- 4-- -- ---"----.-.:--- grandtathar Manner naa a TOW
asked about the charge or ben. words with a soa captain nam- tht hull of the Bounty: W h i C it "111111111111r 111.....li,
. bishop, were received by the Pon- F n L .... ,.. , Clinton P. Itnsderson (D -dN.M burned ,and, sunk off the island ' '' p'''''',',-'''',., ,-, ' ,-,' ''
tiff.late yesterday morning in his "kr ,, gl
uel Forces h bein) ed either Charles ..1..appilon, sor
. that some II. bombs la I n wonam ugh.
, private librarya rare departure VI ,litU , i ., taken ,,Out o tht stockpi e d
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sbortly','after the muth!eers had
Christian of the law); en'rode taken refuge there. Staid as it is. ,,
I from protocol, for special audi ;. , . made dirtier. i
' ' '' to, Cleveland,' Ohio, to attend the the National Geographic seems to .., 'innwild 111 : 1
t vices. ', '' SINGAP(51113, April O (tTP) He said that as far as he have become more excited about .' V
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WIND! , last, night at the Rio Theatre by forgetable evening of long needed rhythm in the last movement dun, v-
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speakers before, the 46th annual P 1 ,, I
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' were His Excellency, President Er- not have to be translated but which developing into an excitinectimax
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Law oahinat lira Ila T.a ntlartlis TT in...thy art which affects our lives No doubt Maestro Bernitein was A dinatou a forme "la0;nd s2Ath ."-' ' : t t,

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-,- -i- TOUMANOVA ''''' gracefully to background music but the ,execution of the players has infected the countryside. ,. :,:,towe Col. Tim McCoy Victor McLaglen A. E. Matthews Mike Mazurld John ',
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