The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02542

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3 ; CHATTING' INFORMALLY in II.S. District' CO urt at 'Alle011 are members of the' -bar and ho to won aware of ths wants of stated. .' t. 1.... 1 , .... ,, ., .Injssed and Should return tO dutY 5
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i'' ton assistant district attorney Morton .Thorns on, Tatelman, Charles Garcia, acting Cristoba ' Will not ba announced In
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CIIATTING' INFORMALLY in -1J.S. District' Court at 'Ancon tire members' of tha bar ana
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clothing, from .,the home of Judge Guthrie F., Crowe The defendant, Federico Zapata was
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niission, transited the Canal yes.
terday bound for New York.,
The bnigantine was used as the
main locale for a new o v.i e
Twighlight For the Gods", writ.
ten by Ernest IC. Gann. 4
Gann is mastcr of tht 97-gross
ton vessel, and stopped off In Pa Panama'
nama' Panama' to await word from actor
Rock ,Hudson, male lead in the
movie, who 'wanted to join the
.author here for the trip back to
New York,
- However Hudson couldn't make
It,' and.. the. Albatros- sailed with with,'
,' with,' out hint.
' The movie 'film is the 'only one
ever deliverectfor its premiere by
a SAilitig ship,
Gant, who Is. due' to reaCh New
York in ,June said while here,
that he hopes they'll make 'it, t;
The 47yearold native ei '141;-
4 raska has been writing since he
was 11 years old, and is consid-',
rad to be the highast-a a l d
. screen writer in Hollywood.
; Out of 9 of his published books
- only one flopped. It was Benjamin
LawlesL Among his successes he
- numbers Island in the Sky, Blaze
of Noon, Fiddlers' Green, High and
the Mightv, Soldier of FOrtilne and
'Twilight For the Gods.
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- His latest novel,,, The, Trouble
: With Lazy Ethel, is about a bur
riCane, and is set in the South Sea
- Islands. Sloan will publish it in
September.
, Gann's 117-foot ship has just
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; LONDON (12)--The 'British
' Protestant' Churchman't Mag.,
azine today' criticized Roman
Catholics pilgrimages tO Lourdes
, as a '."holy fraud" based on a
"black, blasphemous" lie.
The charge was made in an
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article by David 'Foot, Nash,', a
well-known Plymouth lawyer and
; a leading figure in top ,Methodist
Church circles. The magazine Is
the organ of the Protestant ,Truth
:Society. r4 ." -1
, Ile said the l'big, lie about
) : Lourdes (the Roman Catholic
ti shrine in southwestern Fiance) is,
, the lie about God the lie that
says that we have that sort of
heavenly father, a father who
, will do something ,for yout at
Lourdes that he will inot do for
you anywhere else.
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1 (In Ronie, Roman' Catholic
: Church sources said they felt
I "compassionate pity" for Nash.
"We can only express compas.
sionate pity for any onewho finds
It necessary to use such violent
t language attacking the most
famous Christian shrine," they
d said.) e

i Nash said the shrine symbol symbol;
; symbol; Ind a "god who sells his favors
to those of his children who can
i pay; a god whose graee is mixed
) up with geography; a god to
I whom you can draw near by tak taking
ing taking a Cook's (the travel agents)
tour: a god from shorn you can
eij (et answers to your prayers
according to just vihere you are
on the map."
is the real lie of Lour-I
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INTIERNAtIONAL AIRWAY

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yndergone a gomplete fac6-14ting'
When It, Vas 'chartered by,LItilver- I
sal-International Pictures for the
movic,,,: a great Aleal of., time and
money was spent converting her
into a near-derelict vessel.,
"ItustZ wavapplied everywhere,
her sails were painted a dull, grey
with many patches, all bright
work' was covered with miserable
looking paint, and eventually, a
cargo of goats, chickens and na.
tives filled her deckei. I
Excluding ,animala, at one time
48 persons Imre aboard plus 4 12
tons' of camera equipment: t
Her movie role completed, the
, Albatros 4ailed from ,Honolulu
last December, and proceeded
to Santa Barbara where she lay
at mooring long enough.tb have
"her automatic pilot Installed.
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WASHINGTON,, May $ (UP)
The western Big Three dispatch.
edi new rotes to Moscow today re rejecting
jecting rejecting Russia's suggestion that
Communist Poland and Czechosio
vakia be imcluded, in pre-Summit
Dee.'OtiatiOnS,
But 'they', agreed reluctantly 4 to
handle the discussions -on a onebv-one
basis with the Soviet U Union,
nion, Union, rather, than
The text of the U.S. British
and 'French notes were expected
to be made public later today. But
inforinants disclosed the basic
Points 4n -advance of deliver to, the
Soviet Foreign Office.
Today'S western notes were in
reoly to a Soviet message last Sat Saturday'
urday' Saturday' saying I the Pmotit exne exnedient"
dient" exnedient" method of conducting pre preSummit
Summit preSummit discussions was through
talks betvcen Soviet Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Andrei : Grotnyko and the
western envoys one at a time. The
West bad urped that the meetingS
be beld Jointly. ;
,
Russia insisted; 'however, that
Poland And Czechoslovakia be in included
cluded included env 'such 'joint seSSiOna.
The Soviet Union said this wouid
preserve the Principle of "parity"
between the North Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty Organizstion (NATO) nower,s
the Communist Warsaw Pact na nations.
tions. nations.
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t PORT AU PRINCE, May $
UP)Haiti; jittery after. three
days of bombings, was governed
today under emergency regula regulations
tions regulations which include suspension of
civil rights and a nine-hour night nightly.
ly. nightly. curfew. ,
Ex. Sen. touts de Joie, who has
lived in hiding since his defeat in
September's presidential electon,
has been declared "outside the
law"meaning that any Ilaitian
may shoot him on sight.
Interior Secretary Frederick
Duvignead announced yesterday
that de Joie had been outlawed
on, the basis of charges that be
instilated one of this week's ter.
ror bombers. Duarignead offered
a $5,00C1 reward for information
leading to De Joie's arrest and
warned that sheltering the norm.
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In San Diego ber, movie znake.
up was removed and she was gen:
erally rehabilitated.
Besides the crew,:the Albatross
also carries Gann's son Steven, 17,-
and. a wornan,-, Dodie Post, who
,helped steer the ship to the Pena.,
ma, Canal-
1..4
SINGAPORE:, (1111)--. Survivors
of Monday's air raid on Balikpa--
pan said today Indonesian, rebel
bombers.set fire to ,a small loyal loyalist
ist loyalist warship in the Borneo Tort,
perhaps killing 80..of its men.
The rePort increased the 'esti 'estiMated
Mated 'estiMated toll from, this lweek's ,in ,insurgeet
surgeet ,insurgeet 'air. action, to nearly 100
dead.
Chief Mate Frank D. Smith ,of
thp British tanker San. Flaviano,
burned and sunk during the raid,
said a loyalist sloop in the harbor
shared the fate of his ship.
Earlier todayi the Loyalists said
they can prove their charge that
American 'adventurers" are fly flying
ing flying with the rebel air force.
An announcement published in
Jakarta said Foreign Minister Su Subandrio
bandrio Subandrio is prepared. to ofier'U.S.
Ambassador, Howard Jones a con confidential
fidential confidential report on "the partici.
pation of U.S. nationals in the re rebellion."
bellion." rebellion." On the' ground battlefronts, Lt.
Col; Rudy Pirngadie of the Loyal Loyalist
ist Loyalist army said "inop.up" columns
moving southward from'lbe Pa Padang
dang Padang area captured Muaralabuh,
23 miles southeast Of Mahan Pad PadPing.
Ping. PadPing. 4
Reports from Sumatra said Loy Loyalist
alist Loyalist forces attacked some 70 reb rebels
els rebels southwest Of Pjambi. ,Casual ,Casualtie's
tie's ,Casualtie's on both, sides were reported
"slight."
' U.S. ifithorities bere said today
the Statp Department has agreed
to allow about 100 American wives
and children evacuated front Me Medan
dan Medan in 'the early days of the re reyolt
yolt reyolt to. return to the north Sums
Po'noma's,Alfcir.o.
Gets-Honorary';
,
British Office
The insignia of bonorry Knight
Commander of the civil division
of the 'British emprise has been
conferred upon exPresident' Ricer Ricerdo
do Ricerdo 3- Alfaro, thl 3iitish Emi?as.
sy here announced today.
, The pinnouncement said 'Mato
will receive the: decoration in
recognition of his contribution, to
Anglo-Panamanian friendship.
Presentation of the insignia will
be made during a reception tit
the British Embassy next Thurs.-
day et 6 p.m. ,

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'WASHINGTON, Mar 3 071');The 'Defense Department
sent Jo Congress this week a bill which Included proposals
, to spend $2002,000 on defense' construction in the Fanama
Canal Zone. Of this amount S1,540,000 would be for, the Air
Force at Howard Air Force Ease 'Ina $462,000 for the Army--
at Fort Gulick. No details were given on. either project.
' The two proposals were part of an overall 'military
,:ng rrogran to cost SI,C31.361,000, with by far tht
r-- r t the Unitri t tat:3 mainland.

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know the truth Cnd the country is sale" a-- Abraham Lincoln.

1-, 'THE PULSE
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A COLON WEEKLY, which last
week reported that an agreement
had been reached to select Ambas Ambassador,
sador, Ambassador, Ricardo Arias, ex-President
of Panama,- as the CPN's, presi presidential.
dential. presidential. candidate in 1960, yeater.
day came up with. more specula speculation
tion speculation on the Salle subject...
weakly Ya, publishod by
, the loader of ono cd tho five
factions of tho National Patrio Patriotic
tic Patriotic CoolitiOn, reportod yostorday
that there is mud'. talk in politio
al circles that Lt. Col. Saturn'.
no, Pharos, socond command
of the- National Guard, would,,,
,bo the candidata, who could solve
tho country's. prithloms becouso-,
ho la woll aware of tho wants of
tho common people. ,
i 4 d 1
Newsman-assemblyinan Mario .1.
de Obaldia, has been invited to a
Caribbean 'press seininar, to k be,
teld in New Orleans by Interns Internsfional,House
fional,House Internsfional,House and the United Fruit
Pm PRIV.
- Also scheduled to go to New Or Orleans
leans Orleans is Esteban Lopez, public' re relations
lations relations director of the Chirioul
Land Co. He will attend a public
relations tarley to, be'held at
ternational House tfom ,todly
through May 10.., t '
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Foreitn :Minister Aou itins, Bowl
wa,s' decorated lesterdar 11 Chi,
lean Ambassador Benrinue Lare.
ze with the Chilean order of Bet.
nar,do
President, Ernosto de Jo 'Ousr.;
dia Jr. also came in fOr a docor.
ation yosterdaY. He was .riocor.'
'ated by P. it Zeilder4id Dutch'
Ambassador' to Panama, with'
the Order Of the' Lion of the Low,
Countries in the Arno of Oueon,
'Juliana.
,
Polk authorities have line.
gored e marihuana r4 smuggling
'ring in the Carcel Model.- A
prisoner, identifired 'as Jose G.
Torres Gutierrez has been sing singled
led singled out as the master mind of
the ring,
Investigation of the ritit is con continuing,
tinuing, continuing, with some guards suspect suspected
ed suspected of being intermediaries.
Elsonhov:cr As Is 11
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ZASHINGTOli, Marl arP)
President Eisenhower proposed to
day that 11 nations, including Ruse
sia, join the' Vnited Stats in a
treaty to assure tha the Anam
tie la used onlrigfor peaceful pur purThe
The purThe president sent ntes, to, the
governments of nations now par particpating
ticpating particpating in the Internalonal Geo Geophysical
physical Geophysical Year activities at the
South, Pole inviting them to take
Part IA: a treaY conference ,"at
an early date."
He said in a statement that this
coimtry proposes "that Antirctt Antircttca
ca Antircttca shall be open, td'all national,to
conduct scientific or other peace peaceful
ful peaceful activities,".
,
,
"THE United States is dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to the principle that the vast
uninhabited 'wastes of Antarcica
shall be used only for peaceful pur
Poses," he said: ''We do not want
Antarctica to become ati object of
political conflict."
-The notes were sent to- Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, Australia, Belgiurn,", Chile,
Frante,, Japan, New Zealand.
Norway, South. Africa, Russia, ad
Great Britain. ,

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'Full mobilizition- of all rescue
forces including welfaie units,
has b'een authorized for Tuesday
morning when the Canal Zone joins
in the national Civil Defense ex exercise.
ercise. exercise. Operatio Alert 1958.
In a circular issued Friday by
Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold, it was
announced that all persons involv.
ed in-the Civil Defense exercise
will be considered on official duty
time:
"The, fulieie coeperation by all.
employe' s in this activity is ex.
pectedi" Arnold's memorandum
stated. t. v.. ,
The exact hour when the pub-,
11c warning signals sounding the
beginning et the "attacku.period
Will not be announced An ad.
vancS. will, howevero, take
place some time Tuesday.
The attack period is expected to
be sothewhat longer than in prev.
ious Civil Defense exercises .in the
Zone, and during the period all
except energency traffic will be
- i
The Canal' Zone Police are par participating
ticipating participating ,in the test, and will be
stationed at strategic spots?, for
traffic control.,
Both the Canal Zone Civil 1)e 1)efense
fense 1)efense forces and the Armed Serv-'
ices are cooperating in ,Operation
Alert 1958 although individual prob
lems will be scheduled for the vari various
ous various services.
- An announcement of the. parti parti"
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LYWOOm (UP) Federal
Bureau of ,Inveitigatiod ..Director
Edgar Hoover's 'verbal' blast at
movie,and TV!,,,I'crime, glorifies glorifiestion"
tion" glorifiestion" has. brought little "on the
record", torment -from, members
of eithet medias
However,, one ,, Hollywood pro producer's
ducer's producer's reaction ovat to suggest
Hoover might "take a look in his
own backyard.";
"Did you ever read Hoover's
book,' 'The FBI: Story?" , Well,
there's plenty of,, crime, violence
and blood there,", Warners'. Is go going
ing going to make it into a picture and
it's a' safe het 'they'll character.
ize every iglamor1,,trook in the
book," hd said. "t don't think
there will be a bloodier picture
than long tim ih....-soraf,
("The FBI,. Story" was, written
by Don Whitehead, former N w
York newspaper reporter; tnd not
by Hoover). ,
The president, of the National
ASSM. of ,Broadcasters, Harold ,E.
Fellows. said he was "surnrised"
at Hoover's charge. "There have
never been released any author'.
tative studies made by accepted
Scientific, tMtborls sunnorting the
contention that television conrib.
utes Materially to, juvenile delin delinnuency.
nuency. delinnuency. s ,
, "The TV Cnde of the NAB ad.,
rnotushes ,seainst violence and it itdecency,"A
decency,"A itdecency,"A tut ssitl. "We aril COM
stantly monitorino stations for ad adberenee
berenee adberenee to, sthe TV Code ,,,,proYl ,,,,proYlsigns."
signs." ,,,,proYlsigns."
NBC-TV's Hollysvond continuity
clirectOr',' Robert WOod, termed
Hoover's eherges, "too brood, too
inclusive,' He said NBC's two 1
wepktv erlme programs, Drognet
and M-Squad, always point out
the 'absurdity of rtme.".,
Mac Still 'Plans
To Fnier. tin"da
Cricket.Contest
LONDON (UP)--, Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Harold Macmillan went'ahead
Friday With plans to play a game
of cricket Sundardespite charges
'ay the Lord's Day Observance
Society that it would be a des desecration
ecration desecration of the Sabbath.
' Macmillan owas' billed as the
star attraction in a charity game
scheduled in his home constitu.
ency at Bickley Park, Kent. Mac MacMilian
Milian MacMilian and other prominent, per persons
sons persons will take part against a reg regWar
War regWar Kent County team.
A spokesman' for -the Lord's
Day Observance Society; charged
that the game. would be "a des desecration
ecration desecration of the' Lord's holy day."
But Macmillan, a Sunday
churchgoer, said through his pri private
vate private secretary that he did not
"think it wrong to take recrea recreation
tion recreation in the afternoons."
The ,,-society.. which forc'ed a
bishop to cancel a ballet program
planned for a,Sunday, said Mac Macmillan's
millan's Macmillan's reply Absolutely avoided
the issue,

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cipation by Armed Forces units
was made last week.
According to ,tho announce announcement
ment announcement on the work of rescue- and
woilaro forces of the Canal
Z0110 Civil Defense organization,
employes assigned: to ,thoso
,squads will be dismissed from
work when sirens sound tho and
of the attack period.
They will then report Co 'their
designated assembly areas.
After being registered and in inspected
spected inspected by their respective
Defense heads they will be dis dismissed
missed dismissed and should return to duty
'immediately.
'All maintenance k and utilities
forces are to report to theiv Bur.
eau Directors through their super supervisors.
visors. supervisors. ; ,
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Detenie Dept Asks.
Di Ilf:ns 01 D611ars

For Ccasiruchon --
, litASIIi1GTO (111,1)--; The De Defense
fense Defense Department has asked Con Congress
gress Congress ta aPPreve $1,684,261,000 in
military construction, $1,279,464,-
000 of it to, the United,States.
, Chairman. John C. Stennis (D (DMiss)
Miss) (DMiss) announced his Senate
Armed Services z, Subcommittee
open hearings ou the bill "at
the earliest possible dat,e,'! prob probablyabout
ablyabout probablyabout Nay 15,. ,
'The' 'proposal covered 193 'hi.
tillations iT1' 45 states,'and the
District of -Coiumbiaft also listed
new construction Alaska, fts ftswail,
wail, ftswail, the Caribbehd area. Europe,
A-rico, the -Paafic. Islands,, and
Korea- A
At the'' same time; the measure
asked for authnrization to build
57,724 family', housing units ,for
military personnel and depend dependents
ents dependents at bases in the United States
and overseasi.''':,
A 'total ofi- 125 ,dollais
was asked for projects at loca location
tion location "not specifiedpresumably
for security easons.
f A" breakdown of' the proposed
appropriation:
Army $347,028,000,, of whith
$234,690,000 would be for continent continental
al continental :United Etates, $87,338,000 for
overseas and $25,000,000 for un unspecified
specified unspecified locations.
". Navy- 3601,062,000, of which
$258,173,000 would be for con continental
tinental continental United States, $17,889,000
for overseas and $25,000,000 for
unspecified locations.
Air Force-4986,271,000, of which
$786,601,000 would be for contin,
ental. United States, $174,670,000
for, overseas' and $25,000,000 for
unspecified locations.
Derense ,Department-50
dollars for' unspecified locations,
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e ;Salvation Army Sectional
, Congress -got 'on to a fine start
'last night' with a grand welcome
and 1113 enthusiastic youth demon demonistration
istration demonistration 'at, the' Sojourners' Hall
in Panama City in connection
with the visit of Territorial Com Cominandtr
inandtr Cominandtr Col,,and Mrs. ;17 IS. Stan Stannard.
nard. Stannard.
The e are two 1;ig c g r e
meetings slated for today at Pa-.
llama City Corps in Guaehapali
under 2the direction., of the Section Sectional
al Sectional Officer Mal, S. Stmdberg
and Mrs: Sundberg.
The first meeting starts,' at
10:30 this:morning, and in the
evening a big' open air meeting is
held at Central AVe.,t ind .211 St,
to be followed b a march to the
Army Hall on 1th of F5ebruary
Street where a' big salvation
meethfo starts 'at 705.
At all these' meetings Col. and
Stannard will, take part in
addition to officers 'and workers
,from.the Atlantic Pacific aide, a
"swearing in" of 'new soldiers
will take place',at the ev ening
meeting when, more than a score
of prosnective-soldiers, who have
attendedoareparations classes tin tinder
der tinder the direction of Mat W. ,A.
Bishoo. 'the corps officer at Pana Panama
ma Panama City, will -be enrolled. Lots
of ,singing, and ,special music will
feature the programs on Sunday,
'On Monday night the Sectional
Congress moves. to Colon Central,
Corps ,where Sr.- Cant and M r s.,
Grant are ,officers tit charge and
have prenared aitinited soldiers
and ex-soldiers rally which starts
at 7:30 p.m. under the direction
of Col. and Mrs. Stannard.
Home League-rally' fort e
whole section is set for Tuesday
May 6 at 7:30 p.m, at 'Paraiso
Corps In the. Canal Zona;

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- The most extensive test ever heleon the Isthmus 6f
Panama in.-the provision of accurate information'and
struttions to the general public in time of emergency has
been,planned for the Civil Defense exercise in tbe Canal
Zone Tuisday. ,: :.
,,Thriougb plans which have, been 'developed foi:th6
exercise',:,the Caribbean Forces ,Netwirk, CFN,, wilt, in institute
stitute institute iti-imergency broadcasting service whevsirens
sound the'first attackrwarning signal,Y; I
: From then until the end of Operation 'Alert198, CFN
Will keep the public ,folly informed on what miasures theit :
shauld take for protection and issue instructions of the
Civil Defense headquarters. ?

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Since CFN offers the surest
and onckest means 'of getting vt.
tal information to the public in
times of, emergency;Iresidents Who
'will be at home during the vier viercise
cise viercise Tuessiay,k have been urged
to keep their radios tuned to this
station.l !,
The' following outline ttells brief.
ly what the CFN triergency
Broadeavtio, fs ind ihkt informa information
tion information wilt" be conveyed to.- the
.''CFN Will live you promptic.,
curate civil defense; instructions
antt information hat may mean
the 'difference' between life- and,
death for you' and 'your family:
.'...Warning CFN .,Emergency
Broadcastinvwill go into effect
simultaneonsly- with the first
Warning from .the Air- Defense
Command. The surrest safest way
to know- vvhat 'to d when you
hear,the sirens is to tune to your
Armed Forces:station at- 790 kcs
Pacific side and 1420 kes Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side on your radio ndial.
Shelter Your local authorities
may order '3,ou to take shelter if
immediate attack ; is threatened.
CFN ean bring Inslructina to
you layour shelter- ,,
Army fLis
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Froziterice,t11,1r:
Tei:111110 Red, Petit
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VENICE, May 8, (UP) --Italian
riot police rushed ,a large t group
ot American ,paratroopers out of
thia 'canal 'city today after a
squad of the furlough soldiers tore
down a Communist election poster
and burned it.
, More than 100 police recued
six of the paratroopers from a
Venice..hote1 at dawn today after
angry' Italians beseiged them for
destroying the eledions poster,
Strong police forces hustled 67
U.S. Army paratroopers here on
leave. out of the city and, to a
waiting train ,which took them
back to Germany, It was' the sec..
ond elections- incident, nvolving
American troops in two days.
Yesterday a U.S. Aoriy, corporal
was taken into cust in Naples
after he tried to saw hrough the
supports of a Communist elections
poster in that-Port city.,
Thi incident..., here. began when
six kinerlian paratroopers spend spending
ing spending a leave here formed a human
PYramid before, a large banner
extolling Italians to "vote Commu Communist."
nist." Communist." Italy's general elections, the
most dramatic since the Christian
Democrats defeated the Commu-1
nista- in 1948, are scheduled MaY
- The American soldiers tore
down the red banner rippect it a aPart
Part aPart end- burned it while passers.
by shouted their disapproval.
The crowd around the paratroop paratroopers
ers paratroopers grew larger and angrier and
the American soldiers ran for
safety 1n. a nearby hotel. 1
Refund Tax Checks
Com lag Out Early,
;
WASHINGTON CUP) All re-,
fund inCOMe tax checks probably
will be in the Mail by mid-May,
the government reported today
Efforts to cut red tape resulted
in a 24 per, 'cent increase in the
number ,of checks sent to taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers between Jan. 1 and ,April 24
es, m pared.to last .,year....,The
Treasury said that during that
period it mailed 22.697,695 refund
checks totaling $2,452)000,000.

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TEN CENTS
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, Because local power may fall,
a battery operated portable radio
with an outside aerial is your
best-insurance. "q ,s
' Evacuation The authorities
may, order an evacuation of your
area when attack threatens. The
order will come to- you by .-C,FN
as well as-the public in tdoor
warninZ sirens snft r,
and civii
win surpleD,,ftt,warni :
instructions, '
' If you evacuate by car, Leen
your auto, radio tuned for the lat.
est instructions. Information on
routes, 'assembly, areas, and the
dmminence .attack can be
flashed to you instantlt, as yoU
travel.
fgalloui 4 Because of' hea.
vy, amount 'of radioactive fallout --
produced by large atomic and hy.
drogen ,bombs you may be, order.
ed to take shelter or -evacuate to
another area out of the, fallout
natterri.ACFN, will, bring his,. vi vital
tal vital information to you.
C.F.I.& WILL BROADCASIt'
PreattackNinformation, and lit: ''
structions. Where to go. What te
do. When to do 11-,-
- Evacuation instructiong,
tions, routes, and assembly areat.
1 Warning whert to take shelter.
When, attack is imminent, When
it is 'safc to tome out or shel.
'ter. 4 ,--:
FalloUt Information and lam-true.
Hons., Where fallout is expected.
When' it Is expected. Whets is
safe-,to ; return to an erea, or
come out of- yOur ,sheiter 'After
the danger et'fallout has Isassed
and the radioactivity hag gropped
to. safe levels,
National information of ImiSor.
tance to 'the whole country.
Broadcasts 'Of vital interest tO you
from the President and other na.
ional ltaders, and your,' local ad administrative
ministrative administrative officers.: ' '
For! 170115
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Danger increases
IR ft ,11. 1
Vat
' DALUS, Tix; 'May s turs),..
A roaring torrent of water svvept
over the spillway at Kale Worth
today and a general evacuation
of .residents along, the west frot
of the Trinity ,River was ordered.
Defense iuthortes sal
"something ,less than 1,000 fem.
Wes" perhapi 2,000 persons.
were affected. by the order.
The impending Fort Worth flood
built up bY daYs of incessant rains
on ,the watershed of three laket
above the city, developed as Tex.
as counted millions of dollars hi
damag) and 12 lives lost in a
nine-day stretch of violent weather
that included tornadoes, numerous
floods from torrential tains, had
and windstorms.
The scene ,ot the turbidence,
mostly; confinedn to north central
and NIA Texas, shifted to south
central .and west Texas yesterday
when four tornadoes struck in the 9
San Antonio area, another in open
country near Taylor. A windstrom
iniured one person it Pecos.'
Last night a flash flood along
the 'Blanco River chased 75, per.
sons from their homes at and
near Martindale, a small eity
near San Marcos.
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IMPORTEu PREJUDICE

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I agree with "Labor-Pollitcal Victim" (Mail' Box, April 24)
when he says there is discriraination in Panama, but I suggest
it-would-be well fon him to investigate who.brought.it here. It
wu introduced via the Canal Zone. by preJudiced Americans.
"Labor-Poltical Victim" says the Americans on the Canal Zone
are outgrowing their racial prejudices. I say they ase not. Any
apparent improvement in their attitude Comes from them being
' forced to adjust themselves to the times in which they live.
&Vont who listened to the radio during those hectic days
of the debate on the Remon-EisenhoWer treaty knows that M Msemblyman
semblyman Msemblyman Juan Arias -trigorously oppose' it. He said it
did. not ; contain .4ufficient guarantees and benefits for the
workerz. He' has Maintained this 'viewpoint undeviatingly. At
the time of the Assembly debate he predicted some of the verY
conditions that today have come about. H e said the treatY
shoold, be a broader,4nstrument, -benefitting the- Workersx. the,
government and thot businessmen, ratherthan', the latter two
groups only.,. Local labor supported his stand at a Santa Ana
' Plaza ,rally, .where- the treaty negotiators were.,assailed -for neg neg,
, neg, lecting the worker, -
- Whatever errors these :wOrkers may. have Coramitted, it is
Oen- that Panama' enjoys sovereignty, over the Canal Zone.
The Canal Zone -is, not United States territory, though some
, brazen Americana ,haVeleferred to it is a colony.
The 1903 US-Panama treaty makes it clear that'the 'Canal
- Zone is territory leased to, the United States for the construe
tion, maintenance and Bo forth of the Canaleer; Yet every riONV
and then some American tries to implant thel fallacious idea
'that this leased land is tTS territory.' Does-"Labor-Political 'Vic 'Vic'
' 'Vic' tim" think it wrong that Foreign Minister:Aquilino Boyd tile tile'
' tile' tends Panama's sovereign rights? :'
3 "Labor-Political Victim", was making a play for the support
of Panamanian Negroes when he said that Boyd fired a Negro
from the Immigration Department. Would Boyd have dischug dischug'
' dischug' ed one Of his friends without good and sufficient. reasons?
.
, Foreign Minister Boyd and Assemblyman Juan B.
Arias have the solid support of the people' of Panama and of
their friends abroad when they ask the US to free 1 Lester
Oreaves immediately, and ,so right one of the many- wrongs
- 'committed' ori the people of Panama by the Arnericans of the
Canal Zone.. ; '' ,"
', "- s "'-- Clarence Milliner :,;-
- IZAVE FAWCETTALONE', ;:2 :
Sir: i : St,71 tl tlt 4,-Yie4t
With the'Conent of DPP', 'Mail Box,. Apra 30)whoever
he may be-;-,May- I restate the.topic of the Paraiso High School
principalshipdebate as' 'follows! "Resolved that the Canal Zone
Administration 'deliberately and' conveniently juggles' the cul.
tural and economic standards of Canal Zone residents,. espe espe,
, espe, daily when, dealing with Local.Ratere! :
In -the term ciltural I also include the quality of justice ac accorded
corded accorded Ithe IlAte grouP whether administratively, through
, the Panama Canal Company; or 'judicially throughAluPvirious
courts on the Isthmus.- I likewise include inythe.,,terni Annual
the educational and civic yardsticks 'used by some' members' of
the Administrationin furtherance of their own small thonghts
and selfish purposes.' - :
specifically exelOds' froinjhis latter group tWo outstand outstanding
ing outstanding Americans' who are-a credit to their countryDistrict Court
JUdge Guthrie F. CroWe and' our friend and Good .Neighbor,
Golg raliam E. ,potter. '': -1 , ,. ;
" 141,knoW Many who' believe; thaii 'penalties ariAuggled;400-
, wardsthe !wall side:when a Local Rater gets into trouble.'With
Carta authoritiet. There have. been occasions' when Local Rat Rat,
, Rat, ers have 'been' tertninated in. manner whieh'leaea the, Canal
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in peril of legal actioni, ' ,- ,
But back to the original toPle of debateI will net agree
to Any attack upon Para's High School principal Ellis L. Paw Paw'
' Paw' cetti,xs an individualWhatever ithe Merits of D.P.P.'s argu arguments
ments arguments there should be nO, personal attack 'On Irawcett,..who ts
, not only my professional colleague but my &mere friend if ever
Ihad one. '
' Any .eriticism should be directed .to ineonsistenclei in the
litlitolAs of the Schools Division; which, indeed has been consis consistently
tently consistently inconsistent for more years than I can remember. These
inconsistencies. havecaused dissatisffaction tiMong teachers
both in'the US-Rate and Local-Rate schoolC.Ithas heen. the
cause of teachers ceuitting...' Among these have been some. of-the
best we haveever had down here. .,
Tbe teachers, consider principals have been appointed itr itr'
' itr' bitrarilyi with, insufficient' regard for' professional standards.?
Fayleett did, not seek his present positien, ai,lnant Others
, ,, might have tone...The 'unsought honor, if deeuPYIng, the, po poPsitimtimder,
Psitimtimder, poPsitimtimder, the circumstances may be 'called an ,honot '41.was
1 conferred Apon Iiim by ,the Schools Division., It is to'he hoped
thatthess same authorities, do not now., scuttle hini because of
recent'. Mall-Box -letters. I believe ,pawcett ,to ',be too well re respected
spected respected ,ihy, authorities, higher than those An, the; Schools vvi
sion tor this to occUr.,,,, .. ,' : :
' IC Would be the Avorst step, bit all to replace:hit: it1th genie genie,
, genie, one who,might have some 'form of degree, but who,laekt,teach
ing experience And .knowledge ,of' the Canal Zne schools sys system.,
tem., system., 'Zqually bad would ,be -the, IoSs of Irawcettta adminiatrative
' ebilitvwhich no one hasso' far 'dared to dispUte'-"--,
Leave.: Fawcett Blame the Schools 'Division' authori authorities::
ties:: authorities:: ... ;')- V:,:f:
I t --Well-Informed Debater
14 1' : FLAG WAVING : :
Latin emmtrie,Communlini's little red blossoms 'usually
trirkeon Amid University studentsTheseed$,Ithink. are sown
, by, other hands, but the buds are nurturedrhy the hot little
- 1 pews of incited scholars. ,' 4 ";;'
, e The foray of Panamanian kids into' the Canal Zone for: the
purposentplanting their nation's flag in Summit Oarden corn,
i post soll: was looked upon by most -Zonians with-good-;nattired
contempt To the :maJority was a, matter':deserving. of, poth pothI
I pothI log more than, a, shrug or, a onickeL ,,,
,Benign autbority was not impressed and -it the; stUdints'
rrrpose 'Fits to touch 'off a time bomb,- theYfalled with 'a fee fee,
, fee, -) r
1 r 76-Int, the. disrespect, with which they; treatecrtheir
, s, :,adards letting 'them fall to the groundIntesmirehed
ginry,;;;,- imeaks for itself,' ,,,1 .,,
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' Danny Flood's spates of oratory,,itic the Mks across:the
! border ,and, the, Daughters of the American,Revolution provoke
' hostile'Letin comment, then it is just auch'ill-advised and child childir,'h
ir,'h childir,'h acts,' which bring them forth.
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' By -ROBERT C. RUARK
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- SEVILLE, Spain I will no'
attempt to justify bullfighting a!
a sport any more than I would
attempt to can a circus a sport
but for the aficionados the de devoted
voted devoted bull worshipers the cm.
casion of special.bullfight carni carnivals
vals carnivals is as beady. as a camp meeL
ingwhich also is not a sport.
The sounds And smells and aL
mosphero are all part of the car.
nivel. Seville sznells now of hot
sun and mock orange and r e d
dust and horse droppings, welded
with the other' flower smells 'and
sweat and some Wood and a few
tears. '
It's net 'a sight for blue nos noses,
es, noses, and anyone who cannot ac accent
cent accent the fact that. a woman of
title, flawless dress and 'noble
aspect may still reek of horse
sweat might as well- stay
hsmi. Anybody ,.whe wants his
gypsies neat Is wetting his
The gypsy beggars, by the
way,. buy the temporary use of
, babies to aid them In their aims
collection. know one American
1 guy a while back who rented his
own baby to stave off tho impor
tunists. He was accompanying a
ladv, One Eugenia Bankhead, tqad
ankle deep in mink, and when
the baby wet the rlady's mink,
the guy bad to sell the child
lark for 200 pesetas
In; all crazy and noisy, b t
the brieht. golden sands ef the
Plaza de Toros make Seville's
bull ring the most .beautiful in
the world, and the sweep ing
Awallows and pigeons, wheeling,
and dipping : against t". the, blue
skies and the ornate :spire of, a
caste, produce a tremendous e emotion.
motion. emotion. ,
The fact that 'everybody's half
dead from dancing and handclap handclapping
ping handclapping and sherry drinking all
night, that the bags grow under
the eys, that nobody's ever on
thne Jor anything except that
sharp 5:30 p.m. when' the first
black out' boils out of the toril,
looking for something to killthe
fatt that YOU can't, walk the
street for the press of crowds,
'and trying' to drive Is an insani insanity
ty insanity the fact that all Prices 'slre,
doubled in the hotel and you nev never
er never get the same price out of a
horsedrawn coach none of it
seems to make any difference If
you've got bull fever and like to
stay up late. 1
Aralf the time ire bulls Are lou.
sy, and when the bulls are,good,
the bullfighters might be awful.
But you don't care. You know
you can alwayk go to somebody's
caseta for fun and ,,, music, and
you tnight still wind up vertical
1 at 6 Lim :'";

Ruarkous
Comments

a a 7 ;It. vAal.
Air tome thief
Endorses Res !lel
Defense 11-1

,
WASHINGTON (VP) Gen.
Thomas D. White; Air Force
Chief of Staff, 'Friday endorsed
President Eisenhower's defense
reorganization plan art "vital" to
the nation's military strength.
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White' told the, Rouse Armed
Services Committee that "I sup sup,
, sup, port the. reorganization bin as
propoled by the President." But
he said be wo'uld not object i to
langugage changes to meet some
objections raised by congressional
and military criticivef the plan.
'White's testimony brought into
the open what has been apparent
backstage for some time ---, the
Air Force in thr most enthusiastic
supporter of Eisenhower's plan to
give ,more authority to the de defense,
fense, defense, secretary and the ,,toj t
chiefs.. , t
Gen. Matwell Taylor,, Army
Chief of Staff, endorsed the plan
with reservations.,Adm.. Arleigh
A: Burke, chief of ,'Naval Opera Operations
tions Operations had I'misgivings."- And Gen.
Randolph Mee. Pat,e, :aitiarine
Corps commandant came closest
to outright opposition-
Pate told the committee.' Thurs Thursday
day Thursday he had "real apprehensions"
that some future defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary would use his added author authority
ity authority to abolish the Marine Corps
or reduce it to a ceremonial unit.
Returning to the witness stand
Friday, Tate ,also expressed op opposition
position opposition to the President's pro proposal
posal proposal te remove the civiliai aec aecretaries
retaries aecretaries of the Army, Navy and
Air Force from the chain of com commend
mend commend and to reduce their powers.
"My approach to this problem
would be to enhance the positions
of the secretaries of the, military
departments, rather than to down downgrade,
grade, downgrade, them,', Pate 'said-

Advertising' Men.
tlovi Have:Longer
Span Of Lufe
, CIIICAdO (UP) rAdv.ertising
Age magazine reports that the ay.
erage life span of advertising men
has jumped more 'than five years
over 1956. Tbe life span of an ad
man in 1957 rose to 63. In 1956 it
was 57.9.
The survey.wis based, on a stu..
dy of obituarie, publisbed,in the
magazine.
,
41;he 1'957 average age, wis'-:the'
highest of 'any year since Adver
Using -Age. began': conducting tbe
Studies annually in 1949-4
The previous. high was 62 in
1949. And the years of the l'hard
selr' in 1950 and 1951 dropped the
average to bleak 67.7 and 57,3, a
record low for the eight, years ,,,of
Ile, study.
, The life. spank' averago with' in
American Medical Association stu study
dy study showing ,the national average
as 68.4 from 1949 to 1951. And doc doctors
tors doctors evidently followed their oWn
advice and averaged 68.6 years.
,

A LOST OPPORTytiliTY. : :
I lost a clianeCtoAbre SelTil
captive audience with a, talk be
fore the Canal Zone Historical So Society,'
ciety,' Society,' because' I was' in the cool
highlands of Chiriqui. to escape
the record-breaking beat it this
city last month. !I,,,;
I liad's promisd -to take. about
the mystery stb'ries of Kathleen
Moore Xnight, Crime Club au author,
thor, author, well known to all' whodunit
fans; particularly the books in
which she ,used Panama 'as the
setting- for her "crimes!' do not
intend to do it, now but am sor sorry
ry sorry I did not get a thance. to tell
a We about Kathleen: ru db that
nYie: T r

On' o'n' e. Of her' visits here Katt).
tniloWIng ,the ,practice,:,,',' of
Sherlock llolmet;, dlsgOised'iler,

"Now If I Vicre a

"lite 11, lie thought -you botight
the deer." ,
.don't want :
"But; la, you- have it. It's a
nice deer and very chea-p."
-"Please 'call him back and, .ex,
plain for me." )
,
, explanation was long and
involved with Interpolations .from
the group of- interested spectators.
Finally the old -man took the
fawn and .gravely offered her he
dime,but too late. Miss, Knight
was fleeing towards Salsipuedes
(Get out if you can Street.

self as a tourist-, Arined vith a
camera and wearing a new Pana
ma hat," she wandered inte that siT
bout six ,feet long. '
:ublilladclikuwuallje;;;;;". ir; qty";;";
nope we are not going t
part of the public market, where .' A
nave that for lunch." I said.
nttives from the jungles told mon.
f "No, but the snake has a bear
keys, parrots1; honey- bear! end ti.tai
t skin," Peg replied, "and
Other' animals, for pets. '1, know a man in Boquete who tar
;. One leather skhned timpestno snake skins' beautifully.- I'm goin
held a trembling,: aoft.eyed baby to send it- to him."
fawn ,tn his arms and offered it i Then 'a visitor showed me '''
to Miss Knight. The picture anpeal. band for 'a wrist watch the ma
ed to her and she snapped ber had made -from snake skin 'an
Camera, Then, wishing to tip the it was something. I may he sport
old man she. searched ler purse
and found a, single dime and dol.
lar hills. .0- r ing such a band myself s 0 m
day. I muSt inquire about tha
'', snake skin. .-.
Afflicted -Rh New York 2p-co. ,, . ,.. ...., .,
wardice, she felt that a dime was ,' -, ., .
not enough, but her New England zytitt., 6,,
birth determined that a dollar was -, "' 110, ',..,
too -much. 'Finally, ftd1 of shame '. .00 ,,,b.
she banded the Man the dime. ,- , ..;,, ., -,
' Be looked surmised, shocked l'm no 'naturalist, nor an I ."
and not. little disappointed. Then bird watcher ;but I-did notice tha
he tenderly, placed the fawn in the wild -ducks' have teroained a
her arms and disvmsolately walk. the laKes on the ranch hter tha
ed away.. She iried tu' call him usual this year. r,. ' , 4
back but, he ,did not' (understand PbsSibly some 'of them are lite!
'English.. ', -- -, ',- ,' ; ate and have been. reading of th
"I only,wanted to pay hint for late snow storms up.Noyth, or otb
letting me take his nicture,"'she ers may have radhears and hiv
explained to English ... speaking heard some -of the news broad
members of the cu;inus crowd that casts. Of course when I 'saw ther
had gathered. Around ber -and temptingly near atf..the lakeI ha.
the fawn. x , .- ,), 110 gun. . ,,
"Why didn't- you ten him that? It had looked like a verfet da
Yon don't pay neople for having to fish for large 'mouthed bier
their micture' taken ha' Panama. bass. It was cool and cloudy whe
,
. "But I can't' speak Spanisht', I left the ranch 'house. '

INIMMOME111111

One day recently I retuned to
the ranch house at the Hacienda HaciendaLas
Las HaciendaLas Lagurias del ,Volcan, tied uP
my horse and was going tin
search of. a bottle of beer. Out Outside
side Outside the ,kitcben door I found my
daughter; Peg, and ethin.native
woman busily engaged in skinning
a. black water snake. It was a about
bout about six ,ln.et long.
;",,I hope we are not' going to
have that for lunch." I said.
f.''No, but the snake has a beau beautifuli
tifuli beautifuli skin," Peg replied, 'land I
know' s man in Boquete who tans
snake skins beautifully.- I'm going
to send it- to him."
Then 'a visitor showed me a
band for a wrist watch the Malt,
had made -from snake skin and
it was something. I may sport,
ing such a band myself some
day. I muSt inquire about that
Snake skin-

i'm no'. naturalist, noi an I a,
bird watcher ;but notice that
the wild-ducks' have temained at
the lakes on the ranch hter than
usual this year. 4
' POssibly some 'of them are liter literate
ate literate and have been. reading of the
late snow storms up,Noyth, or oth,
ers may have radhears and hive
heard some .of the news broad..
casts. Of course when saw them
temptingly near at...the lake-1 had
110 gun.
It had looked like a verfet da
to fish for large 'mouthed black
bass. It was cool and cloudy whee

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But after my second cast the
sun came .nut brightly and, al,
lhough I continued to cast for
While did not get a strike. So
we didn't have fried' 134ss for
lunch, ,,and we didn't have wild
duck either, but we did, haVe Wild
pigeon which ,t better than
Now for a' Piscatorial' note. 'The
stream ,at the ranch that was
,dammed,' for, hydreelectric
plant, was stoeked 'with blue gill
,
from the U.S.
,They were ,thriving, but ,along
came an unexpected flood follow followiny
iny followiny a heavy rain in theyChirique
,Viejo Valley and the blue' gill wer-e
,washed,,,away,4 So .fishermen in
the, lower Barriles Riyer and
maybm otherA stream
should ,not ,be surprised it ,some
day ,they catch a gill. If they
have never eaten, fried blue gill
they will be surprised at how good
they taste., , ,

Frefich'rasuallies
111oh'in Tunisian :'
Ballio,In-Atoeria,-
1. ALGIERS (UP) t.a0Fretich mill milltary
tary milltary headquarters reported today
a two-day battle..near the Tunisian
border .has taken the live of 60
French' infantrymen and 216
rebels. ,
The french ,describect the fight fighting
ing fighting asrthe heaviest single engage engagement
ment engagement of the! Algerian war with
rebel heavy inschine gun fire hit hitting
ting hitting a number of French aircraft
1 and helicopters.
Rebel losses in this and other
fights 'during the past 48 hours
rose to mars than' 350 killed, offi official
cial official French reports. said, :
The battle near, the Ttmisian
frontier began two days. ago when
two rebel bands totalling 400 men
broke. through the electrified
barbed wire barrier near'the town
ef Soul Abras;
The 'mountainoui Area is about
25 miles from Sidi Sakiet Youssef,-
a Tunisian village bombed
by French aircraft Feb'. 8,
, Three-. french parachute' regL
.ments,a Including ane ',from the
Foreign Legion? Several
batteries, 20 fighter planes and
four' bombers were thrown int
the fight,
French sources sild the size of
the rebel force and their heavy
fire power indicate...the national.
ists werp ready to kick .ort a "a "ales
les "ales of big summer offenses.

, In 1858 a scrawny, awkward
rung girl applietior admis admis-
- admis- sion to ibe Conservatoire, the
.; great French school of acting,
1 Whea she had recited only two
,, lines of a rhymed fable, D. F.
,,, E. Auber, the musician, who
was head of thg jury, stopped
4't her to oil that she was ee ee1
1 ee1 eepted. It was the first hear--41ng
of othe golden- voice,". the
voice) which for more than 50
years delighted theater goers
of the world the voice of
Sarah Sernhardt.
,Learitassics, Jr. EncYcloPedlai

'AND'UNCARING cr the: finer 1 cf
-
though you clods may be, you, are not t)
out of your most recent opportunity to improve ye.
minds. You may have slunk out of going along to ti,e Tucs Tucsday.
day. Tucsday. night workout. of- the Nevi York Phiinarrn",,ni;
chestre, with jockey Lennie; Bernstein in the se;',,id
ing it r : :
' Well I couldn't sunk out,- SO' IVY, I'M going to stack
up a little culture ,for you to:rub-up itgainst whether you
like it or not.- : .7..
.- I find there to be ,not lengths to which you du1:ards
'will n,ot go to,avoid what is gracious and, decent in this
life. Week after week I struggde to put you in .dloser touch
with the good things and the' true.. It is :an uphill t,Ittle.
lf, Billy Graham thinks he's having trouble in Ein
.cisco. he should consider:the strUggle ',have tryingrto get
your thoughts out of the bars and poolrooms. ,
- But 'I neyer.,.giVe up., Prepare yourself. -Here' comes
This. Bernstein combo is' pretty,'mitch an .olde wortes
outfite, unschooled in, the, techniquesof modern sou'A et
.gmeering.'
A whole flockof violins sews aWay mere or fess simul simultaneously.
taneously. simultaneously. Any time and motion study man, or bctter yet
,a' job analyst front -Balboa Heights, could have advised
them that the 'medern ',way to get more noise, is not to
, beat upon rnore violins, but to plant a microphone in front
of one and turn 'tie: the volume. '''' ,'
-,' -This would cause redundancy in'the fiddling faction,
but they could exerdisi ,bumping rights among. the, trum trumpeters
peters trumpeters and that fellow 'With the triangIS.-'
' , It Would also ,rictuce-the bind to manageable. num-,
- bers,so that there would be less tendert,cy to run around
:the streets of Rio' Abajo' in, their underwear.- A few !mall
'dressing rooms'. could accomodate the ;ensemble,'
I did not get around to asking any of the tootlers and
scrapers whether it is'normal for them, to start operat'ons
with their clothes seeking Wet'. All great artists' are entitled T.
t their whimsies...1f they',want to caper inthe panes :,in
their arid Splash their. way,ento the:stage:in sodden
evening,suits, that's the pride we have to' pay for, Copland.
- ', Not. you 'clowns, Copiend.is nst.,that,: section 'of .Cuba
dontrolled by Batist,a's It is the' name of 'a ttinesmith,
:like Bach and Jehnny Meroer.'
.' Highbrovi "rritteic,i whOtilet, more "dem'Ooratid thin
'you might "think. Every fellow up. th043 .011 the stage vvith
a tooter,Tuesday 'night got tuchance to, toot it, and every-
: one with- it'fiddle ipt 'a chande tojtail:avvay-at
fellowsIoactOrk,the playpeti;with' the-Arum'
banged at thrn;to ;their' heart's. delight any. time
'they got the spirit.'Gouldn't ask for:, anything ,fairer. than
The', ctuality,,,df Ahe music'?' I thought you'll, ask me
'that. I'd sayit,.,was Jisefters..than' Presley, ,but ,not :as good
As,: for Lawrence 'Walk's r,rinii,' 'they're- not fit to
change their' trousers )11 ',the same street as the,Ser,nstein '.
,
Without intending for -tt moment to give the ili7htest
offe'nee to' Map Gen.:-.-ThoMas oprnmendip-, gen general,
eral, general, US Army Caribbean, It must be said that Bernstein's
brass election warbles .a mite',More richly than that phono phonograph,
graph, phonograph, record; Allow- recording or' whatever --that ',:huskily
'marks the day's events at, rt. Arnador. Mincryou, rm,,'
inusiciari., It could Well' that,the AmadorPA bUgle. calla
'are 'the last thing' In modern' musid,..while Berntein is
'.11 dry ,creek4.1filarrolg tells ;me that,- .13,elieve,,,Mp.;;;eTill
then I willlierbor doitiote.T01-,
I understand 'froin theeivho know'ab'etit these thingi
,
: 'that Bernstein unravelled Ravel with' the. right,',fortnUlao
which must have-been nice'for,those' who knevi' what Was
going Ort gahe'r that..some saboteur., havingniisread the'
program, thouzbt the' whiskid 'of .-strain.';'n'i. tqueak,,WaS'..
scheduled .10',;,Olall :42,rarely;Kee,rd,", Suite', tor, 'Maestro'
, and Mosquito.;,,They,had drenched the pieno,,in-What' new
,eems to have been eome DDT .brew; aiming to eliminets
the ,rnosquitOiectiort. of the ,Philharmenid altogether.,;The
dastardly plot inisfired, :and I heard the', msquitot bulzing
shrilly.,,Sompone-told me it Was flutes,,,but theseiongnair.
' 'dreamers ,cannotjooVrni.;:!:,:,,:4;
Bernstein himself fritrodl;eed heW strategt.hY:Cen,
,ducting, so far, is couid ,judge fronn Where .1:,set,- not from
pbdium but from, a trampolin. He'S no ,boy to. let, music
stand stilL' L ';
In, genar;atfliked jabs:, but Old A rchreIleOre
otdhook him' into the4- bassoort.''' Berriteln alstCdrep's 'his ',
right after a left lead;.This could. be .fatal'against Ar,chie.
' Ati h,aVe it:the first. violinist didn't have ,.:
' a clue On, OOLinteiptinCninic!Q, BernSein brefiled home -to
a unanimous,decision,4',..,-,
. If there is any major''weakness in his m,usioatinake,':
Op, it is 'that hetannot -carry- a tun...1'4'011,3W the Istittriari';)
disk jockeys,: and, the, Hit Parade, and, so, forth..,ancl out, of
Bernstein's whole,program,,Titesday the only' tunes 4 recog.''
nized, Were 'the 'nationai. anthems et the United Statis end
t.:.'
giving hirn', eVery' fer picking uo the Ofin
amanian' Anthem ,so::iiirildly; it Must be. disheartening
the stripteasers to be conducted by cfellow-Who loses the.' ,1
, tune of ttny riumberi'after the ,first'rlote or, o.O. a
Crosby :never clite.. Elvis always dots.' Itwas his 'efr;
fort with the...national:anthems-which enabled me:tit rats
Bernstein.- between' thetti 7
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT. tl,)is 'week would pre-.
fer to wait the word 'from Mexico,' where winning Panama
chance tickets:are. easier:to dome by than' here unless thi,
,,Panama's Secret, rOtiO h,ave been:deceived bi,thebrothers.,.
Zabanah" Unable hOwever to:await this,Aistant enlighten enlightenmept,
mept, enlightenmept, we are obliged to puteur faith
5833
which, edeording to.' 'the!, -Siereta are:, thi fou
digits of the fiVe-figure sum the ,Zabanah',brothers hoped
, to make with their ,do-it-yourself chance' tickets.1.,

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(lays, so how WOUld it 1,e to hear Neithar is it hay, however, and the comparatively small leaks as pose pther agencies of govern- the Uaited Nations Food and A;.-!..
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t i aori of a number'otafalarg with, new tires. stages of shipment prep-a-1'3a
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PROT,ESTS PUBLIC KISS, tling the locusts. A single swarm
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's t .., ed over to the ta.ala-1 ton cargo trailers; one-and. one- charge of the operat,on weRre Knight is that she has revamped ploYe ain 1975. Moreovera Miss a passport no longer need be ac- -, a , reported from northern laaq was
LONDON (UP)L-Lady Astor let 50 mil 1 - '-
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ta.:--,-; Oranance Section, anlhalf -ton water trailers; two- Warrant Officer Gordon' the methods and modernized the Knight expects her employes to comnanied by a witness to testify .
Ca- a -ace spckesman said today. and-one-half-ton shop ans; schuetz, issistant'Ordnanae sup- equipment of the passpert office absorb a 5 per cent- additiohal in- to his idettityaAnd. if he desired. it be known that' the was one -' a a
,, la a 1,-r:-.e and somewhat corn- five-ton' wreckers and M-it trite- ply officer, and as NaOs in, to the etnsiderable relief and crease, in their workload during the eitizen. mav pay his passport politician who' did not go in for HITLER AIDE CLEARED-- '' '-'
kissing in public...The Virginia- I, a a,
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, convenience of the U.S. taxpayer. the next two pears. -,.,,- "....-. fee by personal. check. : ,.',
1 c a. 15 and was completed atarch pacity of ,18 tens- and MSgt Glenn D. Chedester. The government's general Serv- ', a a -': a --,:,-,- '' -- -' : k, ' a- '' --';'-' born London ,socialite-went. to a BERLIN (UP) A we t B
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arking yesterarking anather credit-To the suania, division, supervised the nth African' High, Commissioner day that Hitler's personal physl,
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"ITSA13-- 11 f t ed ti d. -' -' ,. these savings last- year amounted economies is scarce in Washing- duced from, many, weeks to 4 l'-2 John Holloway. He bussed her ora cian the late Dra Theodor laoreell,
, CA.-a-a3. 'Transportation Office, thorough sa e y uca on acne flow of supplies such ast ariitli to ,S3S6,000, which is net a great ton despite assurances from- the days the time necessary to issue a 'the-cheek. aShe shridled and told was not. an, active Nazi, The ver
' preaared and shipped nearly 700 training program at Ordnan freeze, preservative ma er a s, surn when posed against the 111,10. top executive officials that waste passport..." a
aclaieles to the United Etates for approximately 2400 maa h
-1 d 't3lurr-s InaPPini, papers snd tools re- .' : .' 'him! -"I can't stand all this kiss- diet cleared the wav for alorrell'a;
ti s billibn dollar spending which shall be wru,ng from the 'opera,' Miss Knight's reforms and mod. :jag in public-, I don't--even 'like it heirs to claim' prO erty .he left --
' rcaull-"ng. The normal depre- of processing were appited f u lated to he preparation procreiss. appears now, to, have been saddled tions of the government-Tte top eralzation or the passport offe ;within athe family,. Never did."f valued at $7 500. HeP died In- 1948.
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r ' In of a number'ou-:ting with new tires.
4 Lar.,1Paalnit3 Li Ti-e egtitpment included one one1
1 one1 1 a-ra wit...n tne last cr,iiirter and two-and-one-',air.
Tc. --r.:t-iy IL a triiclisi- me-quarter, t ;Ice ;Ice.'
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(' me(' : 1 Orilrance Section, anlhalf-ton water trailers; two two(
( two( --r, e snc kesman said today. and-one-half-ton shop 'allS.,
, lial .r-e and somevrhat coin- five-ton wreckers and M-4 tree treeT
T treeT 1 ci eration which began tors, which have a towinl ca ca1
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21, t, a Ordnance Section, with
V-e roc,. -rat,on of the ,USAR- Marking another creditTo the
CA,-3, Transportation Office, thormigh safety education and
prepared and shipped nearly 700 training program at Ordnance,
I, C.Icles to the United Etates for approximately 2400 man hours
rrtuilding. The normal depre- 0( processing were applied dur durelated
elated durelated value placed on this ing the six-week period from
equipment W9.3 $1,017,580. Feb. 15 to, March -31 to meet
,. ,, , deadlines required by the pend pendAfter
After pendAfter completion of the re. ing arrival of ships capable of
' building process in the U.S., evacuating the trucks and trail trail.
. trail. t!--e vehicles are destined for ers. ' 1
- sosrvice with a .. number of The ,' entire operation 'was
friendly armies under the Mil- completed without a vehicle
itary Assistance Program. accident or a personal inJury.
The rebuilding process by Ar- Many of the items required
My Ordnance includes the re- 'extensive preservative,' and
placement of worn-out parts, other processing. Others had
Overhaul or replacement of en, mechanical defects requiring

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PROMOTED. commit.' ,Charles Ely, It us stant District
Intelligence Officer of the 15th Naval District, I congratulat-,
'ed by Rear AdM; George Wales; Commandant, 15th Naval l)is l)is.
. l)is. trick, after receiving his 'promotion ,to commander... The' cere-
Moniek.were; held ,yesterday,at, the HeadOuarters, 15th Naval
, District,' rort,Amader.R,rlorto, his ,arriyal he ,Canal Zone
L- In, March of, this' year, Ely was commanding', officer of 'the
, destroyer escort TSS Crow. He 18 tnarried to 'the 'former Miss
; Marian Booth Of They have two children, and,
reside at the Naval Housing' Area, Fort Amador,
1 ,;., (9flicial 11.S. Navy Nieto)

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LONDON, May 3 (BS) Any
man itt :Britain who cherishes
feminine friendship will if he
loves peece--accept with the ut.
most reserve the proposition that
' Britain lc mate' country,,
, The idea has been advanced' by
Stanley Marcus, a' keen but de.,
tached observer from' s,
- Texas, .apropos tan exhibition 14 he
's is staging later. this 'year in the
kleimann-Marcus store, in 'Danes.
'"We aim to portray the best is
1, the British, way of life,t with the
, accent on the malculine,". Mar,
us told pressmen,
Adding that Texas is essentially
,' man's state, he went mit- "We
shall bring to Texas a represent.
ative cross-section -of the 'male
' fashions, pursuits end habits of
,' Britain, which We regard as fun fun'
' fun' damentally a man's count;y."
Marcus has been explormg
don, choosing the most typical of
the things in which he is tonvine.
ed Britain, excels t,extiles, mo motor
tor motor cars, sporting guns, fishing
, tackle and sailing boats. Her. has
' had eyes, too; for a typical'ton typical'tondon
don typical'tondon restaurant' anti would like to
- set up in Dallas a replica ot a
: British public house. :

. .,, : :ny ,'''.. ,' : 1 "' -t11: .'7
b,,,, ,., ..' TOUR ,OP, CANADA. :: ,,
i nowever 'Inch 1Keteuil'ii tat tatottlinit
ottlinit tatottlinit him( m av sthrorige the Vs

', i flowever much' Marcus's'. mac mac1
1 mac1 I enline bias May surprise the nes
'. crags Male in ,Britamf he ,had ,a
1 tearless supporter in Sir William
1 Bootes, chairman of Britain's
, Dollar Experts Council- ', :,,'''
, ,Bat I mustmention that'before
1, the echoes of hit praises,- h 04
0' '! died, awayr Sir William has been
f able to escape the possibilities of
' a- femimne enslaught At I, virite
1
1.' -, la is taking wing ,from lAmdon
''',,'' Lirport as bead of the council's
i'l trans-Canadian tour- :
1 1 This is the return'half to to
,A
, Cpeak, of the Maple Leaf Special
- f train in which, the C an adian
!:- Trade ',Mission recently made a
.:, whistle rstop tour of. the :United
' 1 : Iiingdom.' e ' -,' I ,
' Having called' at factories up
' and down the country,' our Cana Cana'
' Cana' 1 dian friends generously agreed
,, i that Britain was not.blowing ber
,
' 0111' trumpet loud enough., Be BeI
I BeI proaching us for understating our
- achievementsr declaring that pro-,
. duction tempo here was higher,
' even than in Canada 0r the Unit-1
' td E',ates, the delegates urged.
' tour' ,- r promeronal tactic& t --
,, R, -s' par'', is Pin essentially
prat 1 r,--';., ,'' ... i,',''s constto
cowt t.,,,r t .3 ( -, inciud:r1.
'Tra'-s Unka li .,:,s leader
,, Sir, Dirt nt Tewson and Feck,ra Feck,ra,
, Feck,ra, tion ef tritlsh Isdustries ',Chief
,, Sir I -1 1-rir- es-e meeting
' lea,: : ( 1 i -t on
the', owa 1, as v ..i ts the
. Fe,, -al 41.1 I'lot'. ,,1 Govern Govern-
- Govern- An1 ea t :e at every whistle.
stop is the same: show to increase
t trat"... Lttween Lritain and Cana Cana.
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country" realize bow 'wise it' is,
as (well, as, graciouN never to
miss a chance of, paying tribute
to the fair sex. Illaybe this time
we shall haige made peace with
theft yet tgain confening a
girl's,)namb ,..IVERA on A
wonderfful device just dthonstrat
ed by the British A Broadcastipg
Corporation. 1
This is the, Vision 'Electronic
Itecording Apparatus, all British
and developed by the BBC's Be Besearch
search Besearch Depzrtment, which enables
televisied pictures to be recorded
on, magnetic' tape, 'instead of
film, and repeated within a split
second of performance. The ,pic ,picttwe
ttwe ,picttwe can be 'erased, too, and the
tape used over and over again.,
Television recording with ape.
clally wide 'tape hea :used
for some tizne in the United
States, but the new BBC method,
using ordinary half 4t bch tape
as in sound recording, is retnaria
zibly theap to rtm and, as shown
1 auly cueap rtm ana, as SROWn
fin an experimental broadcast this
April, an outstandiing advance, in
technique;
VERA's ,Charms on the score
of cheapness alone stre got like,y
to escape the notice of overseas
television services'worried by the
ruinous cost of telefilm. -
t --e , 0.
,t AEE
,
' Another famous new scientific,
name, ZETA,' also has about it a
delightful touch of femininity,-
It may well have been the
claims, of Britainta revolutionary
device ZETA (Zero Energy Ther Thermonuclean'Assembly)
monuclean'Assembly) Thermonuclean'Assembly) ands her
atomic, kindred that the Duke of
E0inburgh. had In mind the oth.
et day when spealdng at thee
"British' Empire, in London's Fes Festival,Hall;
tival,Hall; Festival,Hall; "I cannot belive," said
the Duke, "that the British pet).
ple or the people of the Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth would be Content to
sit by and watch others explore
the universe. aroimd us."
But ,having said this he added
that ,research And idevelopment
for space otravel is "almighty ex expensive,"
pensive," expensive," and to go in, foi it we
would have to make' considerable
sacrifices in other directions. a
,.1Are ordinary citizena of the U United
nited United Kingdom are 'proud of
ZETA,' since it gives us undoubt undoubted
ed undoubted world leadership in nuclear
fission ;as a source of ,e nerg y.
Some of us might even think
that this with its promise of un untold
told untold power for making from sea
water, ermid be sufficient scienti scientific
fic scientific c(,..1,,Lution from one nation
tO the common welath.
Such was not the temper of the
!pace Trawl conference. The au
thence, mainly between the Ages
of 18 and 23. had rapturous t, sp.
plause 'for science writer A. C.
Clarke. , ,
iroreseeinr colonization on the
Mom ant nearer planets, Clarke
said: ,'"ISeel certain that many
of you in this hall today will have
grandchildren who will not be
born on earth."
Britain may or- may not be a
man's country, but here was a
nice hint that the girls won't be
1,1 vnfuri t h e
.
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Army Units

)0 Vehicles
tou irg CJrirr tl,e iT
stAges or billinnent prerat3-
The work was done tv apro aproximately
ximately aproximately 50 enlisted pli
of the Ordnance Section. In
charge of the operat:on were
Warrant Officer Gordon R.
,Schuetz, assistant' Ordnance sup sup,
, sup,
,ply officer, and as l'.,Os
charge MSgt. Balch Dovoluk
and MSgt Glenn D. Chedester.
Sfc. Donald Smolka, from the
supply division, supervised the
flow of supplies such as anti antifreeze,
freeze, antifreeze, preservative materials,
wrapping papers snd tools re relitted
litted relitted to the preparation process,
Inspection of the vehicle atter
their preservation and transporta-readying
process was per.
formed by a six-rnan Ordnance
inspection team headed by AU AUSgt.
Sgt. AUSgt. William C. Horsley.
The equinment was returned
to New Orleans ,via MSTS ves vessels.
sels. vessels. It was transported in lour
shiploads. ,
Further shipMents of this' na nature
ture nature are expected, the spokes spokesman
man spokesman said. ,
,
I5NITED 'NATIONS, N.Y. (UP)
--Secretary -,,, General Dag Ham.
marskjold said yesterday he feels
a "sense of urgency"' that agree.
ment must be reached on disarma;
ment lest "human impatience or
human failure",' plunge the, world
inta war.,,, -.4 ,, t., ,;., ,.. ....!, .-., .,
.. That, bef fold a news conference
,WaS wily. he-made his imusual int
terventios in the: United Nations
Security. Council" last -' 'Tuesday,
welcoming' bhe Uniteti States pro.
posal for an arctic '''open..: skies"
inspection,' system ',and apPealing
to the Soviet Union to, treat' it in
good. faith. It also -was why he
had previously welcomed Russia's
announced decision to end nuclear
weapons tests... ..", ".,.!. ,..,,,,' :, V' ,,,'.,.0
- The Security CoUncil was ached.
uled to meet on the proposal again
today with-,, a indications from
the Russians : on ',,,whether. ,they
would veto the American. pro.
posal ;. or :' merelrcabstain- be,..
1 cause of ,ii Swedish ridep-accept.
ableto thelliiited States 0'... which
suggests 'discussion ',of ,tbe 'plan
could be helpful to 'summit con.
ference.--",,,, ,., -". ,,
', Hammarskjold .. made r'it i lear
that he. welcomed the American
inspection, proposal,' the',Saviet nu.
clear test ',suspen'siort, iddt,,the,
, .
United States- invitation "t$ ether,
powers,"1,, including .,. Russia--. and
Ceachoslovalda,: to witness an ex.
perimental explosion: in the Pact.
fie all as ,initiatives which: might
be helpful-and should be followed
up in the euestior a disarmament
agreement.4:, k'',...;(:1 ;. ,, 4 .714-
-He said theri'ias "no foresee.; 1
able time limit'', on the urgency
for a disarmament pact "because
that is dependent on two rather
irrational factors, -uman imps impstience
tience impstience and human failure as to
,the precision, of operations which
may be Wellintended put
same, may le wronir lt 1
Rammarskjold said pe, gave
"exactly the same :standing,
politically" ito the Soviet test sus suspension
pension suspension initiative and the U.S. in inspection
spection inspection initiative. The American
invitatioir to, hydrogen test la the
Pacific 4'1 would rank 1, with
those," be Add-
ASjOjr00s:::"
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, NEW YORK, May 3 MP
liam Arty, Jr., Panama Canal
information officer, in a talk to
the International Workshop Confer Conference
ence Conference .of the American Public Bela Belations
tions Belations Association yesterday ex explained
plained explained the problems of public re relations
lations relations in the Canal Zone. Ile said
his job might,he likened to trying
to keep house "in a busy highway
that runs right through another
person's home'
'It demands s',,Iheads lip' atti attitude
tude attitude and a constant remembrance
of the inherent rights of each, A Arey
rey Arey said- '
Arey added that the 33,000 resi residents
dents residents of the Zone,' both U.S. eiti
zens and non-citizens, are consci conscious
ous conscious of the unique position the
Panama Canal holds,' and "They
take special pride in the fact that
do their job at no cost to the II.
nited States taxpayer."
The Canal community, hi
is a vivid example of internation international
al international relations: 'The real test of beT
ing a good neighbor comes 'when
you" are ...crowded together 'under
the same roof. When every, word
comes through thin partitions,'and
you, see each other at Avery turn.
'In such a situation ,it takea real
understanding, good will and earn earnest
est earnest effort on the part of everyone
concerned to maintain cordial re relations."
lations." relations." '
Arey conchttle4 that' it wig Im Important
portant Important for nations whose econo economy
my economy depends so vitally on the Can Canal
al Canal o realize that the Unied States
"fully lives up o its rust hi oper operating
ating operating this waterway.'It is import,
ant for them to realize that eiher
nationalzation' or internaionaliiai
ton would bring rising costs ,and
,international complications."
BEARS GET S23,836
'
NEW YORK (UP) ---, The Per.'
sheyBears, who added the Cal Calder,Cuo
der,Cuo Calder,Cuo playo(fjitle to their reg regular
ular regular season championship In the
American Ilockev.League,, picked
uo $23,830 as their share from
the playoff pool. The Springfield
Indians got $16,895 for finishing
rurner-up In the playoffs, ,while
t9,30I went to the Cleveland Ba Barfly(
rfly( Barfly( and $8,139 to the PrOvidence

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1 WASHINGTON UP) 'nerd
isn't much goodnews going these
(lays, so how WOUld it 1,e to hear
a word of ci.igr from Fran.
ces G. Knint ?
Miss Knight is the director of
the Passport Mice of the Depart Department
ment Department vf State.
The good word from Miss
Knight is that she has revamped
the methods and modernized the
equipment of the passpert office
to the ctnsiderable relief and
convenience of the U.S. taxpayer.
The government's general Serv Service
ice Service Administration estimated that
these savhigs last-year amounted
to .r3S6,000, which is rtht a great
sum when posed against the 11141-
ti billihn dollar spending which
appears non to,have been saddled
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PROTESTS PUBLIC KISS
,
LONDON (IIP):-Lady Astor let
it be ;known that the was one
politician who' did not go in for
kissing in public. The Virginia.
horn London ,socialite-went, to a
flower show 'Monday and met
South African Hig4 Commissioner
John Holloway. He bussed her orr
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ROME (UP) Untold
of loclivs are swarming cv,2r 13
Afi;kne Eastern countries la an
"alarming" invasion and Lir
plague may ,snread still father,
the United Nations Food and 417..'
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60 international teams are Lit.'
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:Ambastador To UN
Limits Today
1- Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Remen
leave today for New York Ci City
ty City Nhere they wilt. make- their
home. Mr. Romeo is the new Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador of Panama to the
ed Nations. The- couple has been
feted at a number of farewell par.
tiea (luring the past week.
Misil Camille Ellis' Engagement
To Ntr. Gilmore Jones Announced
Mf,.' and Mrs. David Winfeild
Us of Gamboa have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
' MissAdelaide Camille Ellis, to
Mr. GlIMOrt Akik Jones, son of
Mre.Vouiss- Jones and the late
Mr. orbert A. Jowls of Balboa.
MIMI gills is ,graduate of-Balboi
tSchopl end 1,11 currently at,

I ; MISt CAMILLE ELLIS and ber lance, Mr, Gilmore Akin Jones,:
, viese engagement hu bsen announced by her parentsA
1 i
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t GOVERNOR AND' MRS. POTTER WILL' ', ,;'.1...1.,-,1, ': :;-, ',.',..', L::
. ENTERTAIN AT COCKTAIL PARTY TODAY .
, 's Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter will entertain at
1 irs. a cocktail party for a group of friends this afternoon at the
; I
. Governor's residence. , , ,,, ' 4, ,z r
!. I I The Governoe returned on Friday from Washingtolt, D.C.,li
1' whore he has been on official business for the Past week. ;
,
. , , ,,
Col. and Mrs. Killilao ,, i: tending Balboa Junior College Her
, Leave For Puerto Rico ) "-, fiance is a graduate et ,Balboa
' Col. and Mrs. Walter Killilat, High School and is employed py
and their children were feted at the Panama Canal Cil. ,i,Y
'a lleagedida brealdast given ; by The wedding Os ibeini:planned
, the Fort Clayton Officers and for late August....,, ,,r.i
I twit wives Friday morning at ;
i the tort Amador Officers Open Cristobal Woman's Club'
gf. The 1011llaes left immechat. Holds Annual Spring
1 e afterwards for Puerto ; Rico 1.unchoon and Fashion Shoat :
w ere Col. Killilae will be, sta, Approximately one Inindred for fortinned'
tinned' fortinned' with US Army Advisory t members and guests enjoyed
, C 1.11, et' Fort'Brooke. lie, was the annual sprina. luncheenpand
f, .nerly Post Coml,pandir at Fort fashion show of the Cristobal Wo Wo.
. Wo. man's Club at the :Cristobal Sky
Claiyton.4. .. ', ,,
. ,, ,,,, ., ,. Room laat Saturday. The tables
..

Cristobal Woman's Club
Holds Annual Spring
;puncheon and Faehion She:
, Approximately one Inindred for forty
ty forty members and guests enjoyed
, the annual sprint luncheon v:and
fashion show of t e Cristobal Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club at the :Cristobal Sky
Room last Saturday. The tables
were colorfully decorated with
bougainvllea and agapantha, and
a lovely centerpiece of yellow
cella lilies, carried out the club
colors of yellow and green, A
Mrs. Wain L. Brooks,' outgo.
ing president, presented a report
of club activities during the pakt
year and introduced the follwing
new officers: First I vice-president
Mrs. J. M. Purvis, Jr.., .second
vice-president, Mrs. Wilder,
recording secretary, Mrs. J. E.
Agee; corresponding seeretary;-,
Mrs. Duncan. and treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, Mrs. W. Wo Patton..
Mrs. Brooks then presented
Mrs. M. F. Greene. president-elect,
with the gavel of authority
and the president's pin. Mrs. Gre Greone
one Greone announced. the' following com committee
mittee committee chairmen for the coming
year: Social, Mrs, ,TracY :White;

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philanthropy, Mrs. P. Francey
and Mrs. R. Allan; music, Mrs.
J, F. Meehan and Mrs. J. K
neanwd; lirrso.g4rami, 3114ers.anit; .buKaocilennigg
Mrs. W. L. Brooks. and Mrs, G.
Wertz; handicra ts, Mrs.'A. Metz Metzgar
gar Metzgar and Mrs. William DiNen; puO puOhefty;
hefty; puOhefty; Mrs. E. W. Millspaugh and
Mrs. F. A. Newhard;41ssiStant cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary, Mrs. A.. L.
Wilder; historians, -Mrs.
Grady and Mrjs. R. WC Rube h;
friendship, Mrs. S. Kidd and Mrs.
J. Hall; finance, Mrs. E. Henri,
quez, Mrs. M. F. Dui.n and Mrs,
R. Hearn; auditors, Mrs. E. Lee
,and Mrs. E. C. Orr; civic liaison
officer, Mrs. G. Roth andOM:11
projects chairman,: lyirtit,, LO,
Mrs. Grady, Tlub historian, then
presented Mrs. Gregg. Mrs.
Harry Eno and Mrs. 'R. J., Neely,
thirty year members, with honor.
ary memberships in the.Club. Mrs.
Brooks congratulated them and
gave each honoree one of the
club's silver souvenir spoons.
, 'the following ':twenty-five: (or
Tore) year members -were also
introduced and presented with sou.
ventr spoons: Mrs.' G. -A. peter.
son, 'Mrs. H. ,J., Henriques,,f Mrs.
V., Prier, Mrs. D. Melendet,. and
Mrs. E. C.. Cotton.: '1
Mrs. Grady ,thea presented Mrs,
Stinley 'Kidd with' an 'Honorary
Membership in' the Club and to'd
of the many faithful, hours of
service which Mrs. Kidd has given
to the club during her member.
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'471te Club also' biplarestiell to
two members, Mrs. E:A. Cox and
Mrs. A. Peterson, win) will be
leaving the Isthmus in the near

.FollovAng the Onn;heon a fash
ion thow of original :orations bY
club members was presented, k
variety at styles were modeled
inc,uctmg afternoon dresses, TV
ouLits, casual cottons, sport cloth clothes.,
es., clothes., mother and daugnter dresses,
cocktail anti, dinner dresse and
it number oft the?'new Molt' che cheraises.
raises. cheraises. Particularly appealin were
the child models Nancy Drohan,
)
Jennifer Koenig, Robyn Ilammet
ter, Sally McLean, Mary Ann Pennock-
and Betty Jane Reif. Clos Closing
ing Closing the showi Mrs. Eric Fagerberg
modeled her lovely hadmade Pol Poliera
iera Poliera with which ,she wore the tra.
ditional jewelry, and templeques.
Other models, were Miss Louise
Allgaier, the Mesdames J. Purvis,
L Lee,. W. Clute, G. Tully, R.
flammtter, R. Loenig, N. Hutchin.
son, R. Taylor, A. J. McLean, B.
Norman, ,M., Ft Grotene, and Ot
Werts.' ., ,4,i'q i ,
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, 'Before int( after the uncheon the
guests enjoyed au exhibit of 011
paintings by the well-known loc.
al artist, Marco Ernesto. Ther,e
were many co,orful scenes of the
interior of Panama and of Pana Panama
ma Panama ,City as Wall. ) '
Mrs. A. J. McLian, social chair
man, was in oharge of the lochs.
on, and was assisted by Mrs. Tra Tracy
cy Tracy White and Mrs. E. F. McClel.
1 land. Mrjs. J. M. Purvis and Mrs.
A. L Logan were co-chairman al
the fashion show.

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Stephen Bea Wry& 'Announce
Birth of Daughter
Lt. Col, and Mrs. Stephen Beau Beaudry
dry Beaudry of Silver Spring, Md,f have
annotmced the birth of their first
daughter, fourth child. The little
girl has been named Char 1 se
Ruanne.
gol. Beaudry, who" wat on the
administrative stait of Gorgas
pital, is now assigned to the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon in Washington C. C. He vi visited
sited visited the Isthmus ,March of
this -year. His wife, Jeanne Stauf Stauffer
fer Stauffer leatnity, a well known artist
was active in the Canal Zone Art
League 'and the local branch of
the National League of American
Pen Women here.
Mrs. Waiter Diamond Will
Attend ASMP Conforonce
f Mrs. Walter Diamond left todsy
for' Miami,, Fla., where- she will
attend the Photo Journalism
Cmilerence at' the University of
Mimai, The conference, which will
be session for one week,. a
sponsored jointly by the Universi University
ty University and the American Society of
Magazine Photographers for pro professional
fessional professional writers and photograph.
ers. Mrs. Diamond, who is hn thi
stiff of the Panama Americ,an will
return to her home in Panania'
next

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,ICT6h-cho'oWse. Between
Mother' Father,
nouwooD, UP)-- Fourteen.
year.old Cheryl Crane, daughter
of Lap Turner,, will "undoubted.
ty"r have to choose between her
mother and her father, Stephen
Crane, if a custody fight breakg
out, a:cording to attorney Jerry
Giesler. - ,t
, And the famous filmland coun.
, selwho represents Lang....
warned Thursday: "Mr. Crane
may get surprised. After ail, she's
been. with her mother) all these
years."
: Arthur Crowley, Crant's. law.
yer, .ctakned Giesler was with
him when a psychiatrist said
ChetrY1 had rinresaed..4, prefer..
est for heilalber 411 an exam.
Ination titter ;she -fatitly stabbed
Irohlinv Stompanate April 4.,
Giesler 4 g, n d -bearing 'that
stetement.
, Superior ;age T. Lynch
ulaced. Cheryl'Itemoortrilv with
her grandmother, Mrs. Mildred
Turtler,in a recent luyenlie court
bearing. !to ruled she was a ward
o' 4'14 court.,
t Jurist schedilie anoilvsr
1 116"-",!'' - 9A fa (folPyrnifle
, what will be-done with Cheryl.

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-MRS. HUGH M. ARNOLD, wife of the lieutena nt governor of the-Canal Zone. draws the name
of the winner of the silver punch bowl, raffled by the United Welfare Council at Fort Arita
.dor Officers' Open 'Mess on Thursday. Shown from left to right are Mrs. D, M. Ramsey,'Mrs.s
Aronld, Mrs. J. R. Wright. tirs. J. B. White an d Mrs. H. ,M. ,Mengels., The punch bowl was
won by Mrs. F. Z. Sullivan Of Fort Clayton, (U.S. Army Photo) -1.f

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BOSTON (UP) The 'trial' of
alleged one-time-call girl Nel la Bo Bogart
gart Bogart on, a charge of operating a
disorderly house ,' was postponed
yesterday for a week.
District Judge Charles Taylor
continued the case to next Friday
because Miss Bogart, once de described
scribed described as ,uheiress apparent to
Polly Adler," switched lawyers
and the new, attorney' wanted
more time to prepare his defense.
Miss Bogart, who pleaded in innocent
nocent innocent to the Charges, was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her new lawyer,
Thomas ,Piscopo. Judge Taylor
continued the $500 bail under
which she was freed following her
arrest in a police raid.
Miss' Bogart,' 34, was arrested
Saturday. as she climbed down a
rope ladder leading from' her
lavish Beacon street apartment to
like detectives:, Shi; ALISO' ae.
,sued of. being .idle, and disorder disorderly.
ly. disorderly.
, Police said ber Back ,Bay sec section
tion section apartment was furnished with
'oriental rugs, the best furniture
and an 4 impressive array of
liquori o fancy bar.
i They said they saw the' former
New York 4 call"! girl ,Olimbing
through a windcw, to rope lad ladder
der ladder as they broke into the es establishment.
tablishment. establishment. But she hoisted her herself
self herself back into the room when she
law a detective stationed below.
Police said she came to Boston
,last iltrui rented Abe
a partment under name of
Roberta , ,,, -,
Miss Bogart. whose real kame
is Nela Bogacki, gained notority
last year as the central figure
id a New York vice trial. She
wet accused of running an inter internationally
nationally internationally favored call girl ring
charging e, rates of from $25,, to
$150 per appointment.
Federal officials said ahe -maintained
three plush apartments in
New York for the convenience of
customers, and at Christmas aent
then lavish engraved cards. She
was, accused of being the madam
for, six foreign girls in New York
and four 'in Chicago.
, FBI agents said they began in in'vestigating
'vestigating in'vestigating her activities when it
came to their attention that sev.
eral foreign, girls had overstayed
their transient- ViSal tvwork
her. The visa does not allow
foreigners to work imi this country'
They accused her of enlisting
beatitieS from all nationsHaiti,
Cuba, Italy,, France and' other

INJURED BY FIRECRAtiftit
NEWYORK (UP)-- A, powerful
homemade firecracker went off
before 16-year-old Bronx student
could, throw it away from him
yesterdayoseverely mangling his
right band.,The victim was identL
lied as Italph.VAngelo.
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European, countries In her bor bordello
dello bordello operstions.
, Miss Bogart who said she took
Illpt name in admiration of late
screen tough guy Humphrey. Bo Bogart,
gart, Bogart, is a Polish retugee who was
married to an American. ,They
are now separated.' -,"
After her New York trial she
teld newsmen, "I'm getting out of
this businest.." I'd', rather scrub
floors. I hope lots of girls profit
by,my mistakes."t
Rhee Liberel Party''-
tertahL 01 Ilinning
So. Korein Election,-

-SEOUL, May 3 fUP)--President
Syngman Rhea's Liberal Party;
surging ahead( of the opposition
Democratic Party today, aPPeared
certain of winding a Substantial
majority in the Islational Assemb,

Latest returns front yesterday's
election, to fill 233 Assembly seats
.gatre the Liberals the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats 43 and Independents a n d
splinter. groups nine.
1 Reterna were beginnincto pour
in from remote rural areas, where
strength. -;
The cities went mainly to the
Democrats. In Seoul, for thiltlhee,
the-Democrats-won ,14 ,out of 16
Seats, the Liberals got hail and an
Independents one,
The main question' in the elec elections
tions elections is whether the ruling -party
would Wih the two-thirds majority
needed to pass constitutional .a.
mendment on presidential allaCes allaCes.
. allaCes.

Under the present 'Constitution;
the vicepresident succeeds the
president in case of the president'
death. Democrat' John M. Chang
is now vicepresident, and 'thee
and his party do not wont him, to
succeed te the nation's highest po
if the illyear;old president die'.
The election was one of the
quietest in South Koreesrhistory.
National police announced no viol
ence and no serious incidents.
A little fewer than nine million
persons were estimated to have
gone to the poli, Alicia 500,000 of
South Korea's 10,160,00o voters live
in districts where the eandidates
were not opposed and did pot have
te vote.

QUISIN TO VISIT GHANA
LONDON (IJP)-- Qi leen Eliza Elizab'eth
b'eth Elizab'eth and her husband, the
Duke et Edinburgh,' will visit the
independent Wes; African nation
of Ghana late next year, ?lucking,
haps Palace said WO ,'

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'column timid be submitted Ato
iiesuotritten 4torm l'and 1111.
the box numbst listed daily' in So--
gial and Otherwise," or delivered
lucid to the Once. Notices 0
meetings cannot be accented hi
Writhes, f
IdiWC Plans Tour-
On May 15
, The inter American Women's
Club tuts announced plans for a
tour on May 15,, The group will
meet 'at' the( Tivoli Guest House
at 9 a.m. and, will visit the Nd
tionai Brewery.i. the Duran Coffee
factory, the Isthmian Tobacco, Co.
and the Pascual Buiceit Co-, ,,,'-,
"Members planning to go on the
tour are asked to call,the Club of;
Bee at Panama 0518 or 'Balboa'
3465 before 10 cm. May 14.
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Seroptimist lotornation
Of Colon Will Sponsor Dance :
The Soroptimist nternational of
Colon will sponsor a dance at the
Hotel Washington on May 113 from
9.until 2 Music- wit be fur.
nish-ed by, Lucho Aseirraga 'at his
organ,-
.,Paciflo side guest' have
stooter ficeommodatiens for the
occasion.- Tickets may be- maths mathsed
ed mathsed from Soroptimist members at
IVIaauro's and at Maurer Florist
in Cohn or atthe Hotbi Washing.
ton :On the night of the dance.
lable reservations may be made
,byl calling 'Nary Low-Crawford at
Margarita 2343 .or Mereede ter.
vo at colon 349,,
'Port' Clayton Officers
Wives auk Mooting ',-, ""
The Fort Clayton Ofilcert' Wivet
',Club will hold their Monthly meet meeting
ing meeting and coffee Wednesday- morn morning
ing morning et 9)a.m.Ait the' irtirt Clayton
'Officers' Club. The Club 'president
urges all amembers to attend' as
this will be the last meeting until
September. Memebers and guests'
are asked to call Mrs. 'John' S.
Templeton at Clayton 4244 for re.
seavations,'prior to noon oh, Tuea.
dgy; tJ1:! ,i,rt.17A;

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ROME Samuel Cartil
nal-Stritch left his bed yesterday
to .conduct Church business for the
first 'time since' his arm waa am.
putated laat MondaY. lio con contarred
tarred contarred honors on a physician, and
a churchman.
Seated in a wheelchair and feel feeling
ing feeling "in the hest of, physical con condition,''
dition,'' condition,'' :the 70-year-old, prelate
and head of the Church's aniSSiOn.
ary activities bestowed a Knight Knighthood
hood Knighthood of St. Gregory on Dr. jobs
IA Neel, a. Chicago 'heart We-.
cialist and surgeon who attended
the Cardinal's surgery in Sara Saratriau
triau Saratriau Clinic-
The, cardinat also Announced the
elevation of the 'Rev. Joseph'
Howard, vice-rector of Chicag0
House, Abe Chicago archdiocese archdiocesesupported
supported archdiocesesupported Col ege o.7 St-, Mary of
tha Lakto. as ; a. monsignoz a n d
papal chamberlain. ,
,.These were the Cirdinars, first
official duties since he arrived In
Italy' weeiCag rriday; letter,.
leg Iron) ke thought w a a
'!writer's ,..cramp his light
arm-'1., It.' wax.. diagnaSel:' AS a
bkmd clOt .111 the Artery, of ;the
arm. and the limb' Wag amputated
midway between shoulder and el elbow.'
bow.' elbow.' 4
Sources. said the Nashville-horn
prelate had, made an amazing, re recovery.
covery. recovery. for, a man of his age. He
was on his feet, for a few min minutes
utes minutes -Wednesday. end -sat lip for
r.twTohebocursar-diTnhattirshdaady11,.0.t. lost
cheerful resignation to the loss of
the arm which 'he ,acknowledged
last'weekend before surgery with
the 'statement: "'God's will, be
done." He WAS learning to write
with his lel,band. and was report reportid
id reportid making 'good progress.'
Dr Keeley hadrushed to Rome
froth ate's. with Dr; Ralph D.,

Bergen, Cardinallt n -phyfoie,
;When their', received word
of hit 'condiudn, 4
Msgr. Howard's .101400 &roe
on the 1601 iSoniverstry on his'
ordination a a priest A native of
Chicago, he his been -essisting
Msgr. ,Ernst Prima the rector
of -Chicagg ilouss
The Order of St.' tiregory, to
which- Keeley received member membership
ship membership through a symbolic edal
and -a parchmetlt,- was-instituted
in 1831 by Pope Greory XVI. It
was re-organized by Pope Pius X,
'how St. Pius, in' no5.,

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ant z.t,..,,it,-,.,',..y ,, Slate V., : S. 'al c',,
Ro;-,,cr,,,,m t, I Congress ),..- 7.. '. i 1 ;7,3 e
day it N Ill drive Japan i ,' i.. I a- i
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the arms tf the Comir.m-,,,t if it '', .i t) t ,..) tr'e I 7
junked Fros'.:!ont EiseriiioNktr'r it. t' s ''.) t :3 c-..
beral trale program for "h I g n I...-i t.. d Ja:an v ;
protectionism," tar- t tr ati,et Li LS, ..
He told tne Senate Foreign r. smd the Japanese purtLA
lations Commiw,e the Communist CIA country laq ycar
"dearly seek" to draw Japan's bY f":5 m.'.'..,on O l',.ars th

lie told the Sonate Foreign Pe- st,t'd the Japenc5e turtt,.1
lations Comentt,toe the Communist this country Ist-t year e l
"dearly seek" to draw Japan's by r5 rt,..,on el l!ars tl- e t,
"buge indus)rial-wercantile tom- of C,S. trq,-!3 s!tliTed to :0 I.
plex" Lao' their web. lief also Erivirg Japan into the ,C, t.
warned that Japan must trade tolnist trade c.11umn, he said, w I
live. ,. "cause a s -:.1,cant snJ q' e
Robertson,' the State Depart.' posYhty dis.) rota sh.tt in t s
ment's top Far East official, said! world 3 powrr balance, and t. e
that, is why it is "so important secondary e. ,ets on the rest ei
that we take no step such aS Ais are not, hard to imagine."
failure to renew the Trade Agree- ., ''
ments Act which would be in- p. A
terpreted as- U.S. moves" away ......,...,
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from the established U.S. trade 6 4661 6--.1" ""-
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-Robertson, ivho reviewed general sviliv v 0 11 4 '- i
Far East conditions for the eons- 6 I e el, e,
mittee, took. the pccasion to put 01 At -- 1 10 4 ) .7.
in a plug for the administration's Si w tie tel la S. 1,...1
foreign' aki program, ,as well as - :
the President's request for a five- Headed by their executive d'roe.
year extension o. the Reciprocal tor and vice-president, Earl l'.!ul
Trade Agreeteents Act., t len, of Tampa, Fla., 31 &le- A
He said Ear Eastern nations of the Pan American Co -., ,on
are "highly sensitive' to any in. will arrive in Panarna t:, s a-t-r.
South America and' the Caribbean
'clication .that the 'United States noon by plane on the fl,'al leg of
might lose interest in them by,re.. their eighth annual goodwill and
ducing its assistance programs or trade building tour to Central and
, , American Flight 1516 af 1:20 p.m
commitments to help them." The
Communists-stand poised to move area. : , -c ,, 2 ,
in if this country steps out, he "The delegates will 'arrive on Part
4aid. ,'

Robertson also told the cummit.
tee that the six Americans still
imprisoned by tho' Chinese Com Communists
munists Communists are being -lie d as "po.
litical hostagest! .in'an eVort to
force the United Sttes to lift its.
trade ban on Red China atid ex.
tend other formsi of recognition;
Het testified ,4 Communist
have "callously intimated'! that
the United Statescan free t h e
six by agreeing to establish better
relations-with the Peking govern government.
ment. government. He made clear the United

NEV pEulr'1, Prim
Minister Jawaharlal ia
firm in his decision to givo. up hiS
post temporarily and turn his at.
tentioo to,' his divided Congress
Party,' party sources said today.
,The sources said Nehrti was ex.
pectels to turn deaf tart the
patty' p'ea for him, te, continue
in the post he,has held sinee'Au.
gust 1941 when Britain, irante,
independence tO India. 3
Nevertheless. a, speciaI aesSion
orAhe party is 'expected to pass a
resolution Monday stating that
"the party categorically' refuses
to contemplett any Period ',devoid
of Nehru's continued leadership,
which is of paramount, import importanctoth
anctoth importanctoth for India 'and the
world.',, ',),
'.Nehru said Thursday,' that he
wanted Cfreedom srom day to day
routine so that4 ran find out for
myself What Is wrong, with,,the
party."
.."We May win .eieetions but we
are losing our soul," he said,

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Usvil
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Headed by their executive d roe
tor and vice-president, Earl :iul
len, of Tampa, Fla., 31 d 'le 'leof
of 'leof the Pan Alherican , ,on
will arrive in Panarna t:, S a t-r.
noon by plane on the RI log of
their eighth annual goodwill and :,11ji
trade building tour to Central and
South America and the Caribbean ts
The delegates will arrive on Pan
American Flight tile af 1:20
from Barranquilla, Colombia. A.
highlght of their visit to Panama
4till be an audience with Prtsident,
Ernesto de la Guardia, '01Le Mon,-
day mornint at 10 i'clock at. the
Presidencia. They will leave for
Miami' Tuesday evening at 5:15. '''
While here. the delegates
also visit with, old acquaintances, ';
go .on sight-eeing ,!and, shopping ','
tours; and pay a brief visit to the
Canal Zone. ,
, others in the group include
A, Waterman, president of Mass
Brothers Of Tampa, who was
a colonel in the U,S. Air Force in
the last war and also a colonel in
the world War 1, and Paul 8.
Dickman, president el Dickman
Farms, Ruskin, Fla., who is the -v
Vidal representative of -Governor
loeroy Collins et Florida.;

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- A case which require& that ,;
President Eisenhower to appoint..
snecial judge-on the U. ft-District'
Coutt ,bench yes concluded. yes.'
forday' in Aiton When pie delen4
dont, Pederico Zapata,. was sen4'
tenced to spend three years in
the' Uamboa penitentiary. ,,
The,defenganti was fowl Mt,
of ,horglasizMg"Judge Guthile r
Crowe's home in Ancon last Aug.
13, and. making off with clothing,
silver and gold jewelry, a- matt
part of which was recoverea
the, beaver- of i Zapa-
Yesterday in court, special Judge
Edward UP. Tatelman tried the
case which called for, five 'wit,
cresol and, ,, deposition made
by Crowe before be'10(t for the
INtdhei state? last
This 'may be one of the 1 a a t.
(4,1(.1 at which Tatelnian oresidel.,,'
sineet 'be tis due to retir
$001r froth his long-tittle service
as Magistrate fn
- The last, time that s ',special
indge was ungifted in the Canal
iZona els 28 'Poly( ago.' The first'
time was in 1114, The case yester
dor le the 'third in Canal Zone
history in which it has been nel

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of yesterof dot is
AlLunits of the .Wage and
the third in Capl Zone
Claasificaticin Divislon and
the Employment and Utilization history in which it hag been ne,
Division ,of the Panama ,Canal ensorY for United States Pre;
Personnel Bureau have now been )stuent to appoint a special' pdge:
moved to the.; new personnel CrOWa had disouelified
building (formerly the Ancon case because Zonal, was
Commissary); it was announced taiga& of Illqi-1111 ,t9h1111 1 b
yesterday at Balboa Reettae Judkq's ,,,
The Wage end Classification The 32,year.old 'Panamanian de-.
Division' employes Old all re- fendant, whir -had pleaded ) not.
cords kept pt the Administration authy :to the charge, Of burglary
Building vtere transferred Wed- was eaptured on Sept, 4- after
nesday of this week. The trans. fingerprints ,bad been Jeund by 1
fer of the Employment and Util- detectives in Crowe'. borne, lia, i
ization employes 'and so(l'.served two previous neniten- ,
equipment. from -Building 69 on tifry torma and, Ives deported
Roosevelt Avenue yas completed from the Canal Zone in l953.
yesterday. : Re was the ,third Zinnia broth broth,
, broth, .' er to land in jail- that week.t.
The Central Lithor Office will iBrothert Jose, 31, yhose :sanity
remain at Building 69 ;until a- was nuestioned, Ives charged with
bout the Middle of May when assault- with a -deadly wpapon,,,
the rear building of the Ancon and 15-year.old Enrique was gen e
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INTERMEDIATE GIRL SCOUTS of ,Troop 29 preients the Fort Clayton library witb potted plants as one of their ProjectS fort
their second class badge. Shown wlth the girls are' MrS. Ern est Hoalcraft, treon leader, and ,Mrs. 'Wilfred Gilly, lett, assist assistant,
ant, assistant, troop' leaderq Librarian Mrs. G.( E. rennalgton is shown a cceptin; the gift for- the libraryi. Those who took ,partlnt, the .,,
presentation Flare BettY Baird, ItandY C011ins, Janice Gilly, Ka, therine Killilse, Ruth Kihlgren, Michele heltoti,i Sheql Vail'
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4: by Erskine Johnson
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- WASHINGTON (UP) A atel: International Geophysical Year
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lite scientist said yesterday spate (WY) Prograni.;'1 t ,, ,
travelers 'of 'the future wilt have A man in ,a sate' ite orbiting ii
to be r shielded by about 100 this region would, if not shielded,
pound : o1 leid each' -against a receive in two. hours the, mIxi.
strangc;' "reservoir') A 'of Intense mum safe amount of 0 radiation
radiation ,envelopini the' earth: :or onc WeelE4-1N'Ato 4 ''' '.1
' This reservoir starts4abotiV 606 ',Dr. James'', A; Van', Allen; UnL
' miles, up 'and may, extend,' tis ijersity of Iowa ,physicist who de.
, much ',as 8,000 inilea 'bite 'spite.' 'signed theilrifilatieni tinstrumeuts
It generates- I' radialatis, '' 1,000 for Army Ncsatellitestxplorer I
tinies more-intense than cosmic and III, said prototYPes of new
rays. i 4 ) ,, 1 t j .,, I ,,, and better instruments ,. alfeady
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' Danger; tit' sPhttbritit f onfirnI ,about, this space age hazard..
teoric partiees, however, isi '.Iex- Abr,,,,Itichard ,w, POrteY chair chair'
' chair' tremely migil;", 'and tlielPtdillcht iian o-1 the, U.S.) technical panel
of temperature,vontre apparent!! ter ',IGY satellites, disc osed at
,, 1,1 has been licked, ';',:. '' 1 the same, time that he would ask
" Existence .,ot the thick band, of Members of the panel for opin.
.,:7- Intense radiation WO YOVegled in lens as te the need for "t 'crash
preliminary reports of inform. program", to put a satellite into
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travelers 'of 'the future wilt have A man in ,a gate' ite orbiting .n
to be r shielded by about 100 this region would, if not shielded,
pound lead each' -against a receive in two. hours the, m'axi m'axistrange,l;'
strange,l;' m'axistrange,l;' "reservoir" 'of Intense mum safe amount of radiation
radiation 'envelopini the' earth: :or ono'. WeelE4 Ato 4
' This reservoir statts4 ate& 606 ',Dr. James,. A; Van,. Allen;
miles. up sind may, exterid,'Sis ijersity of Iowa .physicist who de.
much ',as 8,000 'intlea lee 'spite.' 'signed theilridlationi tinstrumeuts
It generates- radialafis, 1,000 for Army Ncsatellitestxplorer I
tinies more-intense than cosmic and III, said prototYPes of new
rays. 4. '14) I ,,,,, and better instruments already
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' Danger; tit' stachttair f ,abeut, this space age hazard..
teoric partiees, however, isi POrteY
tremely 'and tileIrttdhteld ilia 0.-1 the.- U.S.) technical panel
of temperature,vontrOP apparent!! ter satellites, disc osed at
13, has been kited, 1 the same, time that he would ask
" Existence ..ot the thick band, of Members of the panel for opin opin-
- opin- Intense radiation WO kevealed in lens as te the need for "t 'crash
preliminary reports of inform. program", to put a satellite into
tion 4gleanad from Il8,."-satellites orbit over Ihe',11orthl Pole. ; ;.
launched; orparr ofthis eountry'e Suchitiaolsetetlitto edild ansWea
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big, 30year.old-, tower of ,Movie.
' town, success with, the ,unlikely
Dame, of -Neil Olivet (13ing"), Bus
lel', In less then tour,years, Bing, 1,
who, has ,a Jaw with tiC forward
Aook and a voice to: match, has
appeared 110,0 movies and, 2,5 TV
showsproving you can't bide
lem In. the woods., fOrever.
;XING 'CAV4 6UT 'of the' Maine
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woodsthe hamlet a Kennebago
Oake,'.-to, be exact in an old ;
jalopy loaded dovvii witli his wife, :
' Louise, and three 'children .4.J111,
, 6; Curt, 4,;, and Jody, one. lie
pointed the ear's steaming radia radiator
tor radiator tward AlollywOod,' At ICenne ICennebago
bago ICennebago Lake people were betting
would' be' beck' bi six 'months.
Ex-Mioet league ball player,'61-0
accotintant, ex-lumber ack, ex.
Maine guide," ex-loggerrtx-trap---
per,-ex bartender, 'Bing Russell! E ODDS 'When
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bad 'a' meildry be'couldn't, Bing Russell loaded bis-,fiuntit
Xven from- a' Mind'heavy witlythe of fOuf I-beat-up jaloptand
worr,y 'of:growing family "respon; fIheaded foe 11 6'1 lYwoo d, he

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trom Scrat.ch.1 So, in

playing I, movie, bur role,',netween 2,,,,---,---------- ---------
1053 bartending shifts, kfter a film, ,.,'Less, than four yeari !le has apl aplstar
star aplstar told him he ,should be, in'the peared in 10 movies and 25 TV
rnovies.-....,--....,..6,-,-0...-...... shows.',,This ex-minor league
, holininvor iq 'Tiny; st hitt leasme

ithe peared in 10 movies and 25 TV1
shows.',,This, ex-minor league
ballplayer is now a big league
Ines : featured ,,,Tlayer who grossed
lent, $50,000.1ast ear;','''
flied. t 4,441 4-
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Old jalOpy chugged a "
et Bust" refrtn. Louise didn't' 01110 :during Ihe':sUitutUer, mot
mention ft, but all of her big hopes 'a Icotch.and.soda! At the,' -Trade.
and little fears were packed into winds oluh facLthat gitia Bing.
the ear's,-out.olhe-waylpaces not it, rfitle
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taken up by kids, pironal be'ong- .'
ings and Bing's acting dreams.. RE SERVEI3 4110'S and s to Ed EdI
I EdI Today theirl hoper and odreams ward G. Robinson;.,Who tbulid Um'
havecome true and Lopise's fears for a role In "The., kagitertt"
were left in the old jalopy, when a movie Robi'nson,was making on
they sold it a couple oryeareago, location in Floridao',Bing played
iBing7BusselL a fellow. who did an :timpiri: Ile liked' acting but
let avin know ,wberg 'la :as an limpire, -4,,
was't whin hp arrive In Los Ant niever. liked umpires: ., he
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RE SERVI3 Ilea' and s to Ed Edward
ward Edward G. Robinson;.Who timited
for role in "The, I,ig
a movie Robi'nson,was making on
location in Floridao'L3ing played
an 'umpir: IIe liked acting, but
,n6e:as an limpire.
niever liked umpires,' he

geleir grossed -855,000, as, gar actor -grins,- iJit Was only'i natural. For
last, year. In the last, 82 weeks three fears Bing was an outifeld outifeld,
, outifeld, be's missed three lareels, "er,, under 'optifin to" the Yankees,
work; An attic' room lent' bY.'. a 'with :the ,St. Petersburgh, ,Fla,,
'friend ,bas been, replaced by,. a Saints., A bean balLended his,
, three-bedroom San Ferpando, yat. mond career. Now- 'm9Ving
3n Hollywood's big leo rftks as a feit feit',
', feit', 1(1' honle witlz two noir cars'
the gatiage and a 'fnurth child, tured player with' Joel 'McCrea in
yearol Jami,An,the lhouse, :',Cattle Empire," and with Kirk
, r r Douglas is'"tiliowdowit'at Gun Hill,
, A 855 TVtacting,cheek two weeks ,.8,40th:movic,' Bing says:
after Ms arrival in Hollywood re- I
Suited in three mouths of "i NEVER gnt around to react
at all for Bing, wlicLe confiii how toir''' r ids are against
and money faded hi '', le a neivcomer 11- ITollywood. I' '1
knockedon- doors, -sellittz :ati,aett )11dt- mnn, 1 he Maine'
Ware, ,bet,ween knocks on doors working as a Ulm!, rjack or as a
leading, to acting ,success,,,,,Thwi guide.iion as a bartender.''
liollpwood became the "soft touch Louise- I-to:3-cl! didn't knoW. a.
via more -TV ro'es and the role bout ''"tough': I' 'Trood,
of the bartender ,',1ttle movie, If she bad gottr.n aeound to thoa(
"Gunfight at the Ols, Corrit" chameg she wouldn'i
That 'role was a breeze: Bing have climb i that old jalopl
had worked 'his WDY though rot- and headed I 0 would hay(
lege bartending at thi:t Tradewinds konked BUJ, t !leggin will
Club at Florida's 'Melbourne Bench big stick : I; "Wake -ut

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rest, 'year. In the las't 81 weeks three fears Bing was an outifeld-1
he's missed Only' three weeks' "er,, under 'optitin, to" the Yankees,
work; An attic' room lent' bY.'. a 'with :the ,St. Petersburgh
friend ,bas been, replaced by,. a Saints. A bean balLended his, die,
three-bedroom San F.rpatitio, yst. mond career. Now. 'm9iting
3n Hollywood's big leo etks as a feit feitley
ley feitley home witlz two tit ty cars'
the gatiage and a 'Inurth child, tured player with' Joel 'McCrea In
year..ol JamiiAn,the Empire," and with Kirk
, r Douglas is',"Liiowdown'at Gun
s,40tb:movie; Bing says: ,,,',
A $55 TVtacting,cheek two weeks
after Ms arrival in Hollywood re reSuited
Suited reSuited irt three rouths of "I NEVER get around to read readst
st readst all for Bing, wlicLe contiii how totr'" r ids are against
and money faded it '', le a netvcomer 11- ITollywood. I' '1
knockedort- doors, -selln,,z :0..4..ben neat- man. 1,:,:11 be Maine,
ware, between knocks on doors working as a Ulm!, deck or as a
leading, to acting ,suocess,,,,Thwt guide.iion as a bartender.''
Itollowood became the "soft touch Louisa- didn't knoW, &-
via more -TV ro'es and the role bout ''"tough': 'Trood, either.',
of the bartender ,;1)..tbe movie, If she had gov,,,u a,cound to thoae
"Gunfight at the Ols, Corral.. chanacq are, she wouldn't
That 'role was a breeze; Bing have climb that old Jalopy
had worked tis WDY though rot- and headed I would have
lege bartending at the Tradewinds konked BUJ, t !leggin with
Club at Florida's 'Melbourne Bench a big stici t : I; "Wake -up
in the winter, and at.-1.,Plitjennp,.firld.EtoP itreaming, man."
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questions- as to whether the men.,I ,,, k,t, a
acing radiationis 'concentrated 'in -'""'",777 :
the polar zegions.'
At a news conferenc'e on the DONALD a. ROCXWELL'
t the small but imeresting Gate
satellite report, Van Allen- said a
Theater, down on Second Avenue
thin shield of lead about a' mill. there is no cartain., The stage,,Is!
meter thick would-,saleguard the arkened while slight changes .0i
cabin of a one,man spacecraft for
e furniture are ,made in the var.
six months. A Iwo millimeter
shield would extend' the, safe pe ous scenes of, the, starkly effective.
production of, Dotoyevsky's,
riod to two years.,
, Without shielding, the effect Brothers Karamazov;" '
,This ppwerful play, presents, a
would be "cumulative degenera.
, violent set ,of h' a r a e ter
tion9 over a period of time,
New and "more diseriminatingl In a grimly realistic new dramati.
satellite instruments,,will have, to sation by Boris Tumarin and Jack
Sydow of one Of literature's Mast.
be 1, sent alo before , scientists
learn- the precise sature and in. erpieces.' Here is depicted the pars
tensity, of' ,the newly discovered Eloxical nature ,of the 'bras h,
region; of .radiation.r But Van whimsical Russian tertiperament.
len tentatively,',descrihed' it this bY turns fierY, tender and ruthless
way:' --, -James Fetterson is all emotion.
, ; 4 Eni al hurricane In his dynamic Inter.
,, It cis a ,"plasmemot ,hydrogen,,pretation of the 'tnercurtal 1'010,44
gas ionized,,; into negatively., Dmitri,' the gay, lovable 7i scone.;
charged, electrons. and positively. greet...son 'who corneal- to 'such it
charged protons.. tragic end when unjustly sentence
' A ,fmagnetic t umbrella," the ed for the murder of his selfish
earth's magnetic held, keept it father, whom he hates for spend.'
about 600 miles from the planet's ing his legacy from his mother
surface, That, ja ,where,Esnlorers and' trying to steal 'the' affections
1, and Er rant,into tr,0,t; 01 the'lvomaChe lotea;'1 40,,-4 .1,00
'The radiation steadily 'built up ,o'f In',the 'four flinitit reotne"tillhe
in intensity out to the limits of Renato Restaurant at 21 Van Dam
the satelites' orbitsabout 1,700 Street,,,, Italian dishes vie with
miles. The region Is "semi per. French ',In satisf ying steady
manent", and probably extends patrons and attacting new ones to
outward two earth radii about this old Village standby. In the
8,000 4". s,, outdoor season one May' lunch' Or
It is the 'electrons,that do: the dine in the Open-air' garden.'
damage. They bit the sheU of, the 4Deservedly proud of his succesi'
satellite and are transformed in. popular Renato Trebbl left enter.
,to "typical medical X rays of taining his friends in celebration
alrut ,50,000 vlts energy on the of the 30th anniversary'of the rest.
average.", aurant long, enough to greet us
J '-, '1 cordially.
' The reservoir., is always,,,being Affable Maitre' d', Joseph su
replenished by periodic outburst lested clana eanane,for',O- startergi
, of gas from the sun. This re. the verdict was 'unaeimously fa.
places e'ectrons 1 which "leak" vorable. Actress Dorothy Dill pro
through the magnetic field into flounced her lobster Thermido;
the' atmosphere where they
, quickly, decay.,,, erfect, and the Rock Cornish hen
wP as tenderly,fla
Electrons ,,and,' protons peneen vorful
of the speeialties, saltimboe
trated by magnetir fines ef-force",enwri.. Paraa a tillIftt1111A11,4 Oaf

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rdectrons,,ana, protons xoncen,, ,,C1ne of the special
trated by magnetic fines bf-fort$ ca Alla Romana,, s succulent ,,filet
in the.polar regions leak throuth of veal saute in wine with ham on,
ties, saltimboc
the field ,in ,great ',enough titian i. si bed of spinach, tastes even bet betties
ties betties to ,cause .the"northern tand ter than It, sounds. AbOttle of
southern lights: Theme auroras trio, light, and dry, was the, Per Per"are,
"are, Per"are, a visible manifestation 1 fect foil for these rich dishes.
the plasmel -. ' 1 Among notahres who indulge their
To learn more about tills as- appetites here, Are Garr. Merrill
pect o:. the 'reservoir Van Allen and Joe E. Brown. Toscamnits son
said a solar satellite is "'gen' drops in often., ',. ,i
strongly desirable."' - i , ,,
- Dr. Edward ,,, Manring of the AI: a change from thr theater or
Geophysics Research Directorate mo les, the Nimenez, Vargas
Of Or, Air, Force Cambridge '114- Spanish Ballet, Company offers
search Center', sal4 44. Mollie one of -the most delightful even evendust
dust evendust (micrometeors) In ., space ing of colorful dancing, flaMePc0
represent, a definite but extreme- songs And guitar and plino.musin
ly slight hazard t Man in spate. ,There 17 talented artists in this
He said that ,over long periods verSatile, company land their am amthey
they amthey could erode ,i".surfates '?'"' bilious program ,,errib,rates eleven
sandblisting does, ,, ,,7!, t, 0 ndmbers. Roberto Ximenez-- 'and
,
''- - '4,.i, ,.,,- 4 ,. Manolo Vargas head the compa
''"But," he 'Said, ,,,.theY WOn ., Of ten superb dancers M clas
stO sPa'ca ,flight2"'''' ''' ' sit and modern ballets, solo and
Van Allen noted,that'three U.S. duet dances. Two master guitar guitarsatellites
satellites guitarsatellites so far have piled up ists and two concert pianist print,
five months "of orbit31.1ite. yip ide 't brilliant musical background
no' malfunctin' frni any ,cause, for 4be dancing and the flamenco
1.71! dii7 .111i,icroJA: ,teQsritmeo:',.:,:i. !tinting hy, Manolo Leis& and Ma.
.
ria,,Antonia.
tabor wept LiSt1--, -- --- ---
, .. In theniood for glamour and
,
., N Sp lush cuisine? ,Then
. . . s swnky La Zambra -.at -14 ,East
19 dw. Cif); Ar.co- toolight
voi, m - idi ,' -00th is the'answer. Aluivet.liRnti,,

- 160th is the answer. Plavet
YY I tn 4.m ny .1 L14 't snle Soe Ira mon Zabala Trnm

0 I imig 4,irnalip 111414 ilzT som- Jo
n e. Ira moo Zabala':iiiiin-'
, ' L ''''' l' ''' .,t,:' 4aptarndee explains that the name
' WASHINGTON' ( flJP) 4II mtle of this Plush soot connotes -someLabor
Department bas added 19 tiling like a flamenco jam -seg.
areas ,to its list,of smaller vont., lon, but as you listen to .the mu mumunities
munities mumunities with ',Isustantial" unem. Ale fof Monist 'Pene retusenk And
ployment,,t ., ' '., i romantie renditions., by guitarist
y The new designations Arought caros Ramos. the atmosphere ,ts
to 140 the 'number of ',SMalltr ongx of relaxation. .
areas ,'. with unemployment ofo 6 A few oil paintings providecol--
per cent or more, There was 121
suchcommunities in March,' 72 In or ,ticeentit on, the richly restftil
wall eoverings of bitie.biely vel.'
January and a in March, 49574 vet; Tall naneI t mirrers, form r
, The department made the cies. ,
sifirations nn th. hacia nt wr.... crescent st the rat. PollYwnni

sificationi On the basis' of surveys p"re0.7ueenett:$4.t rm"aarf r,flonnithm":onnil
taken at the request of, Civic
groeps, members of Congress and ooel goeloly folk, 01,11100 f1115111X..
urions provt,',:fittrac,t04'
others in the areas, 4
The list is a supplernent to' the 11tOT osellt a la
department's biMonthlY report, bn ,ValoociPoa, Onllol.sm1;a, largos.
unemployment in449'major 4ndUO- tA Catqlan slut in fisinhoYsnt
trial eenterS. Steller areas Adel stole itileY...tenelet ebun155...of .filet 1
to the list trifler were; n bee servs4 flaming on IssnAer.
Anniston, Ala.; .,4Toecoa;.' tastili:diff4sent ape.sHeor 1
Conntrsyille, .!Ind.;, tu m w a, is 3nsde front strins.'.ott,pielcled
Iowa; Ann. Arbor .,Ypsilanti -and erinlant find ;anohvviPs. ,
Owosso, Mich.; putt Ena Kali& ',' M4r1On iHramtv. Gardner,.
pell, , Jose rerrer, Jutiv Holliday, Rita
; Auburn, Watertown, Hayworth and. Linda Darnell Pre
Gloversville, Jamestown and Dun. s few of the -enthusiasts who,litte
kirk, Athens Logan-Net. the 'Iimnatleo pronietors, deli.
sonyille, iast Jriverpool, eious food,: imnromntu entertain.
and Mannsville, Ohio; Roseburg, n1Pnt. pnd murals .denictinli bull:
Ore.: Bristol...Johnson- fiehtino, dancing,- music and fist.
port, Thnn..lia.: and Provo, Utah, Ives of South American counts'.4s.,

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NEW (IT)In.lustrialst
autoor Castle today
denounced Op States In.
ormation AgcPcy (USIA) as a
"billion dollar 14,Iure" and urged
the United States to go out of
the propaganda busineSS.
"Propaganda ssill nevet win' the
hearts and minds of men," Castle
said in a sneech before the 1,4th
annual convention of the Ameri-
can Public Relations Association
in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
"Our government should take
the initiative immediately and for
once 'ead instead of follow the
Kremlin by being the first to pro proclaim
claim proclaim to the world that as a con constructive
structive constructive sten toward world peace.
we are going out of the propagan;
cla business.'"
Turning to. the USIA, Castle
said, "the cause crf peace would
be- better serv6d l both the Pres'. f
dent and secretary hf state would ",t.:
take diplomacy away from t h 1
USIA press agents and return it
to -our ambassadorr and' minit- ,,,:'
ters." v 4
"And we ,will rely upon the
three. great American press serv.
ices- the Associated Press,. t h e
United Press Associations and the
International New Service, to
bring the true,, hour-by-hour and
day-by-day' story of 'America to
the, newspapers of the world
which:they serve sO

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BERKELEY, Calif. (UP)By
spinning a test-tube of crude oil
it high speed tor 12 days, a scient.
ist has iound minute oarticles of
material ,that are 150. billionths of
an inch diameter, ,
' The scientist Dr. Pxul A. With-,
erspoon el the University of Call Callforma,
forma, Callforma, said the tiny particles help
explain the fundamental nature of
oil and may open up to exploitation
pirge oil deposits now untapped.
The particles arelenown ss as-,
phaltines, 'normally, found as asphalt
phalt asphalt and tar; e
' It is quite possible, Wlhterspoon
said, that these particles play a
role in bolding oil, to the surface
of saint and rocks.'" A o.,3
Less than half the ell the
ground is beincrecovered Incause.
to mulch sticks to the sand it is
found in, he explained.
' if further studies give c'hemists
some control orer the aspha tines,
they may find way to extract the
surplus oil. t ,r vff Py,.. 7,',

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v VIASHINGTON (UP) t t Irani
pri es totincetilbpwir,
brieging !Improvement farm

totincedlbpwird ,'April'
bringing improvement in farm farmers'
ers' farmers' ,purchasing ',power tbe I
sixth consecutive month.' 1
- The Agriculture Departmept re-1
ported yesterday that farm pro production
duction production costs kept pace with pri prices,
ces, prices, received, rising-to a new Ili
time high for the seventh conseau-,
tive month. The 'parity ratiothe
relationship.'' between prices re received,
ceived, received, and prices paidremained
at 87 'per cent, the same as in
Prices" farmers received for
-c:ropt and liv.estock rose 14.4 per
eon in April wider the.impact
record high, prices, for, frutt8 and
trh., ,
' The 'April index of prices re received
ceived received was 268 per- eent of the
1910-14 base period. This was 1,0
per cent above the April 1957 in index
dex index 'and the highest point since
January 1253. ,
The cost of farm living' Vient
up pearly' 1 per cent to an all
time high of 306 per Cent Of the
baseperiod. This was 3 per 'cent
above, the April 1957 index.

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Beryllium will be the key to a roc rocket
ket rocket trip to the moon, ,a Lockheed
Missile engineer son 1,
L. fii, Riedinger, aeronautical
Strength 'engineer on the Polaris
project, says that Beryl lijm could
roduce the weight of a million millionpound
pound millionpound rocket by one-fifth.
If the strong lightweight metal
were used only in the 10,000-pound
third stage. the overall weight sav
ing at launching would "grow" to
200,000 pounds. 4

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'' ;,,s ))on event more than makes up will go off 114 rank outsider ld
IA in quality What' tt lacks in num. the betting. V.,1 ,,.. .4 '' -t 4, ,,
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i' 1:,tuels favorites. Menet, winner of carry 122,pounds while Camaris CamarislE
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; ; was bought for a high price. dicers. especially if the, fact
. ,t'l Caillarista will be making' hi3 that Gustinas:ticlas ,lat anli IOS
,!ilirst local start, in Panama's,,big. is aken into', consideratiem,h
, ,!..40st horse race. Met President's ,Jalisco ivill have eabable Ruben
tOrtiPs Vasquez In the addle.,Ilis 122.
, ;;Classic- is kw Isthmian i
:what- the Epsom ,' Derby tilt. to nound Weight- assignment should
:;nelishmen and' the ,Kentucky 11,. hire
$0,lperby to Americans. -, Three.year;oldJ abotile I II: t, Will
. $ii, '4010th'er eoperislve and report. have a decided edge in tiockey.
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:, Bee:, ',".clistance touinclordulario. This Za will Nine's llis reins-' '
' ' 'Argentine colt has won at dis. ,' Julio Rodriguez, an unpredicta.
, ,7lances of 1(0' hij tee and o n a- ble 14,10Temill 41o.,..'he, bootitiq -44.
board Diocese while thp rapilihr
, mils and sAvan.eighths in Suff.
nos Aires. Todlys gruelling 13. f"liT"' Witbs Aguirre will ride
'furlong oallop could be right Kinleas Park. ,- ',
. ,,,,tio his alley. ,, ., J The raee slyines un on natter
Jalisco a natural router, al. a rsre thriller which shenld
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Aimailf in dist-Seco races but has Rre sure tl be at the track today
'. been dogged by -bad luck nd bar, -4 :.4 'S
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. been doggtd -by -, bad luck and harnt,-4 .,
: 'weak underpinnings ever s i n 0 0 ,, --,----
k he came here from Chile for last
,', 'year's t10,000 Psonema Indenend. Racetr
', ence Diy ,Classic in which he
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. his debut. The'fiexperts" predict 6.Posatiompo
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1. .battle at, the flash.. - '' 71 ft.Grimilda
,'; Diocese,, a tenTiength winner his 9-Sabotalo 11
1 plast time out, is apparently out- 10Guivialcanol
'flossed while, King's- Park r has 11-MouchZ 43
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5-Rodeeen Ramo
6.Pasatiempo , Ceeksmaid
rPaquire Jume Quick
Elegido
9-Sabotaie 11 Perdularie
111Guarlalcanal A, Order
11-Moucht (foll Chivitinge

P.P. Heine Jockey St" Comment C4Je P.P. -Hem
lst Rice Spec lett Imp. 3 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Poo1 Cioses1:00 Gontismonsi
. lst RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1Zutphen .F. Justinia.
,2,P Downfall B. Aguirre'
3Vo.tage B. Baeza
4Go Hat O. Clfanis
5.Now Then',A, Reyes R.
6Lark A..yasquez

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97x Waste of time
108 Will fight it out
108 Vastly improved
110 Another lemon
106 Depends on start
115 Form indicates

Rack. Special Imp. 6 Fos. Purse $650.00 Pool Closos
,,, 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1Nedrey IL Ruiz I
:2Segadot-, l'"AN Gonzalez :
3BeJadett ''"A' Sa las :
(4Bright Spur V. 'Castillo
,5fonias Pet. k."-Credidio 1
6--Gay,. Legend 11. Baeza :
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2Toxic .; J.: Talavera
;3Engalloso A.- Credidio
-4aDon Brigid G., Sanchez
- 5Chito B. Baeza
6Ra lalu H., Guatines

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108 ,Not In best form
108 'Long overdue
115 Has g?od workouts'
115 -.Can win too
105 Good early speed
108 "Jockey may help s

103xBlazing early speed
105x Dangerous contender
103 Must go lower
108 Poor recent 'rams
115 Will fight it out
106 --Form indicates

7th Rac 5M.SerforiMP,6 Fgs. Furs SRAM
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Better trainer nbw
2Colhato ,, A. Lourless 112iNeeds long rest'
3Topacio 'M. Hutley 115 --Could pay nice odds
4Jump Qua H. Gustines il3 Fastest at getaway
;5--Bathal J. Avila 113 ...Good early, speed
67Paquiro B. Bacza 113 Back in top form
7-4he Gipsy Credidio 105 ;Must go lower --
8tobo I J. Phillips 105; Muni atliznes'

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H, Gustines 106 In hard Bght here EVEN
I....Talavera 115x --No: 1 contender EVEN
C -Bovil 112 --Ready for coach 10-1
1?. Godoy 110 ---Silver Domino colt ; 4-1
:; ,L Ortega 110 Charlemont-Eloina 5-1
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11Licencla o C., Bowl 108 Must graduate first : a-1
2Ramo k(). Chanis 104 'Could go ill the way : 3-2
3Sivabu B, Aguirre,110 --Vastly improved 5-2
4---Bodegon R. Cristian 115 --Seems-best here 4, 3-5
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'' t ., i 1st RACE OF THE 'DOUEL,E , ,
1-Coral ; G. Boucher 118 -Not in best form 10-1
. 2-Riotous -,. .. ..,,C;..Bovil, 110 -Seeks second straight 2-1
1-Cooksmaid t .044 Vasquez' 115 -WM, fight.it out , ' 2-1
A4-Goldelt Cortft'. ti Justinia,103x -Must go' lower , .,, .., -.,',.,. ,,t 60,1
,5-Pasatiempo 11, Cristian 115 -Should score again' 7;1 il 1-2
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6-Blue Zulu A.' Credidio 106 ,-Early speed. only,' ; .:' 20.1
'. 7-4umar G. Prescott 112 -Usually close up ; z-10.1

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1Elegido C. A. Canto 135
2Grimilda A. Obarrto 145
3Merry Slipper E. Yall 145
4Cambrioleur. J. A. Cho 120
5-;-Lanero J. A.' Arango 120
6Arrabalero T.A.Douglaa 1,30

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9th Race rresident's Classic 1 5-1 Milo
Purss 515,000. Pool Clesas 5:15 ONE TWO

KNOXVILLE,' Tenn: (UP)
Close friends and assoilates of
the late Herman Hickman today
formed a, committee to estaNish
a scholarship in his memory,,at
the University of Temiessee. ,
, The seholarship,' aationwtcle' in
scope. will honor the 1931 Vol all allAmerica,
America, allAmerica, who later gained fame
as coach, and television and
magazine persobality. Ire died
last week at ,411. ..

, Sports figures from throughout
the count have ,signified they
will serve on the Herman Hick Hickman"
man" Hickman" memorial scholarshik, an
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1Jalisco 4 R, Vasquez 122 Distance suits style- 2-1
2--Perdulario H, Gustines 122 Classy; good workouts 2-1
3Sabotage B. Baeza 114. --in fight to iinish 3-1
'4-6-Diocese L Rocirig. 120 Apparently outclassed 20-1
5King's Park B.'Aguirre 120 .Not in best form 25-1
8--Menel F. Mvarez 122 Form indicates 8-5
1Camariste Cristian 114 -rin good chap! 8-5
10th Race 3th Series Imp. 7 Fos- Purse $650.00 ''' Peel Closes SAS
1Guadalcanal F. Alvarez 120 --Weights handicap ,4 2-1
2Fieltro F. Justinia. 99z Not against these 25-1
3Red Label J. Jimenez 105 Has strong 15-1
4Affilia. Ord. IL Gustines 110 From indicates ;.. 3-2
5Bacancito C. Bovil 105 Not in good shape 100-1
8Sculptor 1 Rodrig. 110 May ,improve here 4-1
17Sunfair G., Rivera 110 11as strong finish 3-1,
8Polo Magnetic B. Baeza 110 6Jockey may help 3.1
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It. R. Ikleyland,'Tennessee athletic
director, and Hickman't coach;
and Tom Slier, sports editor of
the knorville NewsSentinel.-
AMOng "'Ohs& who 'will partici particiPate
Pate particiPate 'are; Biggie Maim, Michigan
State athletic director; Tim Co Cohane,'
hane,' Cohane,' sports editor of Look Mag Magazine;
azine; Magazine; ;Dewitt Weaver of Texas
Tech: John Barnhill, former-Tennessee
coach and now athletic A Arector
rector Arector at Arkansas' land retirned
Cblumbia .Coacti, Low Little; 4-
Andy Gustafson,' who coaebed
with Hickman at West Point be before
fore before moving to Miami; Charley
Loftus of Yale, where Hickman
began, his coaching career; Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Stapleton7 lowaState's, nevi
coach:. Florida's Bob Woodruff;
Jim My,ers,, ex-Vol and new head
coath at Texas AiM; Jim Tatum
of North. Carolina; Army's, Earl
Blaik; Indiana coach Phil 'Dick;,
ens. and restaurateur and, close
friends,, Toots Shor Of New York.
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If Floyd Patterson Isn't the, spiritual Lees, is Ls 7 ratieg
worst mane, A neavyweight chem.- as TV merchareYse.
pion in 11,bt,;ry he'll have to de un- It's or t, caese 1 hasn't
til someone. cam produce a more fought anybody oi e -'quence
enigmaticaily bizarre character :,nce beltirg out a t Archie
than Cus the Christ,ian2 .' -- :-loore,to v .b.the title k nated by
' By comparative standards, Pat- Rocky Marciano. he 1,,,s't been
terson has little money and even given the opportunity to build 11;;;;;.
iess,prestige, a' minor tragedy as self up as a TV attraction.
these things go, because the yotmg On home screens mr free. a
man is a good. fighte ,in time, sponsor would go for the lab, but
could be a great one. ,' -; who would pay to see him on theat theat-
- theat- In recent weeks four prospective er,TV against a Harris, a Valdes,
challengers he could have made or, heaven lorbid, another rg bag
money with, handled rather mi. workout against Pete Radenlace.
ly and,,in the process, sold him- er? And theater TV is where the
self as an exciting, valid champion big money is now. -,- - e
have been expunged from the lists. A month ago 17,976 paid $.151,9;3
' Now, even if his manager,' one to see Robinson and Basile in the
Cus D'Amato, took time out from flesh, while 364,86 others paid ap.
trying On halos for size and sought proximately 61.5 million to s e a
to make a, match,' where would he them en-theater sTV around' the
turn for an opponent of sufficient country., This course is closed 'to
aocomplishmeet : to-interest eany Patterson. There is no market for
considerable nuMber of fans? a heavyweight champion who has
- Al. of .4 midden the 'heavyweight been managed into obscurity ,
division, such 41S it was, has been ; A fight manager who unblush;.'
shot to piece; The men Patterson ing y admits to scruples is rare e.
financial sacrifice le rarer- still, lit
'could have fought,- but wasn't. pee,. nough. One who clings to them ot
mitted' to because they were so socially
cially socially unacceptable to his' menet. this case, however; the sacrifice
er, have eliminated.0 themselves. is not borne ,alone., in addition to
First, Machen and ,, Felley, t then money, Patterson's loss -in prest-
Valdes and DeJohn : ?,! -, ', 4,' 18e is incalculable.:n- ,,,', , ,,;.c
FOR THIS A BOW ',..'-, -'
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look with tuation is that D'Amato' did an:
''''''Tlier.' irony of this ridiculoui..si..',
:Who else is there?: toy, Harris'
ot -Cut and Shoot,-.Tex.? Patter Patteradthirablejob
adthirablejob Patteradthirablejob in ,bringing Patter. :
son along. An even better job than
son's manager is said te
Ai Weill did with Marcianoi as he
hiaaydorailuebe:It stheignesdt,icwki.tahndNte-w. s tyoer,kp
,yotmgster. indeed, :at- last reports
owritethnoott thin thoed
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lasnitgiond?ncm
earcweuovs..,:
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' But this' is ObviolIsl not lew 'D Amato first saw that. Patter.
York fight. ,As' a box office. sue ess son mastered the fundamentats;
it. geoid :bejsoIc0 Only; in; iTra, then exposed him' by- degrees to
where Harris l unbeaten- all ;-'it experienced -competitioiv built b,p
should be added,, largely untested. his confidence along with. his skills,-,
We doubt that it would sell here until finally he la the-young Man
even at PO. top .e.", and Without re., was, ready for4 tbe' big time, ,' ,,
gional Pride"iP.Crouldn't -sell in ,Whatever may be said' of ilS'A,,,.,
Texas. ' ',','" "' t;'''''''4'-. inato as it) manager, ladinissiek -,
'.,i!Although-Vades, Often, beaten,' must readily,be Made ethat ,, ho
-was dreadful against 'DeJohn,
at knows .1liow ,to elevelop a fighter.;
least be got -the decision,, and' in If the' same, could be said"e.:, ottl.'!
his native' Cuba be does have a ers the heavyweight division woeld,
follewing. Of course, Valdes has not be in, its ', present deplorebte
fougitt for MO ancitherefore may state, Mulled is an eliamp's,Gets'.
be beyond the'pale: Otherwise Ha.' worse instead of better. -. '"" '
vana Woeld probably buy'a Valdese. frAt the- same- time: '1-D'Arnatii' ..
Patterson tiajtjog.'" .',!''.- ; 7 4;:' ,q,.;
, , .. hid at;mething going ',or birn that ''-
-.--' :' CAN'T SELL, 041IM '- ,,,-, perhaps' his rivals didn't have.' Pate..
, Ahother 'penalty, -Patterson has terson's nattmal i zest, for fighting,' ..
paid for -his Aanager's somewhat a built in qualit that not even the '.
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belated discovery that, a lnotiopo. most competent, develope ,,
ly' and' a monasteryare,,not,oper. impart Folley and Daohli,: to. .:
atedtpreciselyealong ,tbe ,,Alaine name twoceeem pl 4014., ,,,, ,.

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-was dreadful 'against DeJohn, at
least he got the decision,. and in
his native Cuba be does have a
following. Of course, Valdes has
fought for TEO and therefore may
be beyond the pale Otherwise Ha Havana
vana Havana Would probably buy a Valdes.,
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Adother penalty fatterson has
paid for his manager's somewhat
belated discovery that, a ,monopo
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litathew's seventh hOme rim of
the season.,"
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In the fourth when Ernie Banks
blasted a roundtripper into ,the
left field seats, followed byw a
triple by ,Moryn and a sacrtfiq
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Best Series: ,A,, Taylor:, 022
, est Game: E.,Montoya:, 243itt,
Mastota,2, Vercurio,J.eweiry
' There was a battle On alleys
one- and' two-. But no harm was
done: and everybodr.went hap,g
nily home. 'The, eontention 'is sd
bOt that etrery team' puts ..lin
their own kind 'of hope. At thig
point of the season.. 1vhenwe
reached our peak-time' or thlg
season, the-newcomers into the
league! are po loisger newcoiners
nd they ready. to:, bowl
their team. with very acceptable
series. H. Miranda was the best
for Mercurio with- s 452 and
llodges finished, 'with -424L -M.
Nunes. finished with. 460 and
Psernra with 402 for La Mascots..
yolkswagen .2, Smoot, Paredes 2
The, Volkswagen team' is ready
tti start their long' Journey to the
top of the, standings.' it, should
be not to hard when you see oth other
er other teams 011 the last plitcc and
six weeks later they are' teady
t otear the leader lip, Smoot end
Paredes 'dit not like to- gitk,in
soi:they split, Everybody' is tap-.
py that way:- So they, ay; Only
newcomers were 'the best scOres
f9r, week; and.lthey ';',k took
over on the honor roll that
reany eyerg weekl pie, it-Id-POlado
were the be'sr! guns ,4or

reany every' weeri Opi and-P0- ir000z ,,i-epr,esciitzti es, rota , yaionnleto, prinronfhlrennv,to
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Volkswagen with a 503 andl 489, to plan for" the World Amateur oreetort, 'ronrnent,',in rnit ligo 1
wotrh mention end somethimr to, Golf ehamplonships at",,St. ,, n
A I:,zttelsr T )7,iti it PI, tho hoo,4 At iho
be proud of, J., Garza and J. Tre- thews: Scotiand,, this October, t, vtreteh, T woe never too worried.
vino ,finisbed with '555 and 523 The President heartily endorse(' 0,,,,I,m, x Totok,,,,t hook tn Ito whore
Rilim oak T,!' inet got' through,
t" 8 "d Id, q(kld work,' ,.,, the :St. Andrews patches, saying'
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toP olod good work.:
,:. marlborcv 3, gOdelag
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"No more splits' from" here on.'
it ',tat yery- close game, but the:
MariborciJeam managed to star
on top'.by taking the, last three 1
points from the- Rodelag.rAgain'
the new 'nirs pre the wleti sar;
rying ;Val ball'They ,Pald7not'
baire a ',more, preditable.)onght
we decided. to ,cali teNteomers
night', ,Hermarm trom' Argen Argentina
tina Argentina 'carried the'Marlboro. team
to a t0 lame lead vet the sec second
ond second place tearri;, Re finkilaed.with,
ai,,411. seri 1 sind C..1; si eyed with
hiM at-a 4A, A,,Pavila twat the.
best tor ,Itoclelag- with .:a series
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Six weeks tign,,-the Ramblers
were full-of dust at the cellar,
By taking these four points, they
are'teady 'chEillenge the lead leader.,Only
er.,Only leader.,Only have their
chahee nixt week when they will
try theirluct against Marlboro.
You could say it was impossible,.
but-ln onlY S!,,x weeks this team
'roove.tup, six. notches on Ahe
standings and they say, their
stop is the,- top r 'Marlboro. Cer
veza Balboa ,'011.,their part has
'not.'seen a ,victFy .in the ilast
two weekat It cost them first
place and they 4skidded all, the
way ,clown, to, fourth., Mace, M.
Serna paced Ahe Rktii9blers with
an yen 500 ,series,,,A Taylor,
helped wIth'435,4,It,.was R. Sam
with R 438 the best man for Cer-'
,veza Balboa and,P.; Torres fin.
Woe& with, a 1 ,." 4,'
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Eisenhower;, Abe, padon's I
Friday' proposed an inter.
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national tournament for the
pi me duffers to. ;promote hetter
understan,dIntr, bettveth, Veople of
varioui couritrfee sif!this cruel
! N
,pe mide the,lutgestion end
seriously, t,he emphasized Lln;
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drewsl Scotland,, this October, t
The President heartily endorsed,
the :St. Andrews patches, sayingJ'
theY wetild)promotMletter under-1
stabding etind"Itriendship ;, between
different nationalitiesi.
'rile Presideni,,fully supported.'
the ,atnateua ,-championships, be-,
&wise ?of his,'"great We tor the',
game et golf no matter- how badly
play;41and-I eause he aelt ,it
Would ease,:r7r! 4 fensions4,:o.:,,r4:-'
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ilowevee, 110,, Communist
try was listed' te sehd a team,
to the 'St.','Ancltvit Anurnainenti

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Golf Asgoelatiott,1 gave:. the
Presidetit malt memorial:, corn?
memoratifig' the' meeting of -the
planning' eonlegente the : 1.1.&
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birillill. II Flog. sto a kis 9 ; NEw, YORK, May 3 (UPIFour
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(UP) Tim Tam, scion of the at New Yort and Detriut s$ Bos.
At Baltimre, manager Bobby
Blue brass country and darling ton. .. i 1 s
of Calumet Farm, exploded with
strategy of shitting out
speed in thestretch at Churchill
Downs today .to whit the 84th Bragan's
fieloors backiired today. when
running of the Kentucky,Derbv Brooks Robinson's sacrifice fl
. drove in the winning run from
and give his -ttable Its seventh
third base in the 13th inning end
triumph in the American roc roc.
. roc. give the BaltiMore Orioles a 3-2
ing classic. , tt...,"' -'' i victory, ev110.,ths ;levelend in.
- This brilliant 'son of mi8b1Y- 'dians. ,
Nom Fool, charging down the.
Gene Woodling led off the, in inmiddle
middle inmiddle of the track with jock.i
ning with a dbuble off left.hander
ey Ismael Nalentuela on hi
Moasi, the Indians' third 'pitcher
back, streaked over the finish'
Bragan ordered Dick Williams and
line -ahead .-of ,". Sunny Blot Gus Triandos walked intentionally
Farm's Lincoln Road In 'the 'to load the bases. Witkithe right.
Mile. end one.dasuirirr-vace Ats Ats,
, Ats, banded.bitting Robinson at, b a t',
Silky Sullivalt,,,Prved 11 111!$-',' Ragan then switched left fielder
, t 1 7!".,' -''', --' ''' Larry .Doby to tight and right
- Dr. Peter Graffagninol Nour- fie der Rocky Colavito, who OWIIS
eddin' was third In the' field of one o'.i baseball's best throwing
14 of the.best three-vear,olds in arms, to le t. . s. ,
America. Silky Sullivan, drop- Robinson 'hit a fly to medium
ning far far out of the runninr,t. short right and Woodling slid in
lust couldn't Arain w,hell' be Ivas safely under 'Doby's high throw:
asked for his famous stretch run'. Oriole southpaw Billy O'Dell
went the distance and gave up sev seva
a seva late snurt that in other races
en' hits to record his icond tri tricarriPd
carriPd tricarriPd him to' victory. after be
Wag 20, 30 and ,even '40 lengths- umph in four decisions; O'Dell was
behind. f 1' A 1;, ) !fl 7 ,'4,::-, -- touched for a' two.run' homer in
111m,Tanr.--ith0 Inirlekstich, the'-second inning by Dick Brown
tort t Immortals and; Calumet a.ter Mickey Vernon walked. ..
' After that,' O'Dell permitted on.
lrarni Derbv winners as Whirla Whirlatwo
two Whirlatwo -runners to reach second
way, Pensiveo; Citation. Tonde.r. ty
;1111-0all aod Iron LiPrtei von' lqv base as, he ,walked only two and
finly half a lerath..hut' It WaS struck out seveo.,His final strike.
enough to tl,kes the118 ,,4881"11- out victim was Minnie "Minoso In
nor's pursein ikramt worth VW! the !op of.the ptiv inid Minos ar.
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-',2Riscat $2.20
- Second 'Lief
1-4an ostado $90, $2.40
2Manuela Fedraza $3.20 .k
' First Double: 111-40
' Third Race
..";1.---dolden Wonder $6.40, $3.20
.2Blatk Bee $2.80
One-Two:, $17.00 4,
,' Fourth Race
1Don Luis $2.40, $1.20
2Bargyie $4.80 -'
: Quiniela:, $10.00 --
, Fifth Race -
1Sandokan ,12.,40
: 2No place betting.
' 'Sixth Race ;
VMatriculado $5.00 $2.80
2The Squire $3.40'
' Seventh Race '''.1
A 1Pirasol 117.80,, 15.20',1,-;
2-0azapo.-$2.80
- Second ,Thiuble
, 'Eighth Race
1Cuquita $2,80;12.10 '
' 2---Doble '12.20
Quiniele,:. $2.20
, -, '4 t 'Ninth Race 41,
1Ltickv Skv 13.80, 12.80
- 2Crew 11111'111.804 '
' One-Two:- $14.20
2Quirkie 2.80 ;
- Eleventh
.1---RoberuNt tA 40i $3.20
2--Dr. Bill $3.60A'. 'k

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Orzoles Braves Pirates
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fie der Rocky Co lavito, who owns
one o'i baseball's best throwing
arms, to le L
' Robinson hit a fly to medium
short right and Woodling slid in
safely under 'Doby's high throw:
Oriole southpaw Billy O'Dell'
went the distance and gave up sev seven'
en' seven' hits to record his tecond tri.
umph in four decisions; O'Dell was
toucfied for a two-run' homer in
the' second inning by Dick Brown
aiter Mickey Vernon walked.
' After that,' O'Deli permitted on.
ly two -runners to reach second
base as he ,walked only two and
struck out sevenuHis final strike.'
out victim was Minnie "Minoso in
the top of the 13tiv and Minos Imo
gued so 'violently with prate ''' um.
pire Frank Umont that he was e ejected
jected ejected from the game,' bringing
Doby' into theoutfiel&
''' Th4 Orieles;bad storsetwice
the opening inning eff right.,
(Itander Cal Maish Ott a walk, e'
'Sacrifice, a single blv Weedli
'Bob Nisman's sactifice fly and
a' single by Jos Ginsberg. ,
Mossi was charged with his' tee.

alosst was enarged wan iuslec.
ond defeat against a' sing's, vi to.
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I At Los Atiele'e tlfe "Tlodgers
Infamous China 'wall was their
undoing today as Pittsburgh
enured three home rums over
the high left field screen td de defeat
feat defeat Los' Angeles, 3-4 and lake
tpr' series, four games to one; ;
, home run -,, explosiOn.
ended 'a one-dar drought over
the left field fence. The Dodg Dodgers'
ers' Dodgers' fone score ItISO was a
homer, over the fence at the,
325-foot mark, bv third base baseball
ball baseball Randy Jackson in the
seventh inning. -
Today's, victory was tho.fourth)
or Hie seasonlagalnst no losses
for Pittsburgh 'acd Bob Friend.
H o'w e ver, the "unfriendly"
Fri4nd was ; not around to see
the finish. Ire was pulled in the

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Eddit Waltkus, a' slick-fielding k'
first baseman and. dencivlsble I
hitter, was one of the fired up
"whiz kids" who drove the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies to 'the National League pen pennant
nant pennant in,1950., Brought up by the
Cubs, in 1946, Eddieoroved to the
Phi Is for the,39 season,but after
batting 306 in 54 games he was
the victint of it bizarq shooting
by a bobby-soxer in Chic,go. The
episode nearly cost Waitkus his
life but he bounced back the very
next season and led the league in
'singles (154) while helping the
whiz kids- to the pensent-In all,
bity-281 vet., nine familaigns.
Whatever happened to Eddie
IVaitkus Now 38, he lives inBuf.
falo, N.Y., where he is sales
manager for a trucking firm. 1

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.,.. LAS BOWLEIGLEAGII ', RamblerjHull Motors'4, Cer- : speed in thestretch.at Churchill Bragan's strategy of shitfing out mound in the ninth inning to-I .. 4$ I
fieloers backared today. when day to. subdue a Sari Frani:1st:al '-,' -- ; ,,,,, ,., ,, you COn -- '' ' '''
- L : '. -' - -','.' '-' -:. -: '- veza"Balboa 0 -' 4 Downs today to win, the 84th two,
Marlboro' ...,,,,,,......4 -,, 28 16 , -"Is. .'. ; --.' running .of the Rentucky Derby Brooks Robinson's sacrifice fl Giant rally and assure the Phila-.1 e.7 f'-: -', 4--Itt''''' illi :1 ' ''' '' ',' i'' t
:drove in the winning run from delphia Paillies a 4-2 victry. 1 1 ,, -If f r 4 ' equip your cor 1., ,' .1?;1'-' -
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Rambler: ,,,'. ...;',. 26 ..';'' 18 ',. ;,'','Sli; Weeks 'aget;,-the' Ramblers apd give hie -ttable its seventh
. third base in the 13th inning and ,The big rignthander took over! ,-1 4-' W ,
Mercurio Jeweliy. ...,251..- 181i were full-of dust at the. cellar, triumph in, the:" American rec rec.,
., rec., a , ,,,,,,,,,... ., .4. ,, ,,, gi.ve the B:Itiniere Orioles a. 3-2 atter Daryl Spencer of -',.- the! t ,- ,, ,
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Cerveza Balboa :1, .2., 24: '' 20 By taking- these folle points, they ing classic. victorysov 0.ths ;leveland in... olanti Opened the ninth with 1 r i .4,,,
La Mascot,: ..: ' 23 .''''' 21.. areyready 'to 'challenge the lead- This brilliant:son of mighty.. ,
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Rodelag..,.. ,,,,,,,,, -.$ !.17, s : 21-; cluillee next week when they will middle of the track with jock.o
ningenewith en dbinugblee ifefiffille dn- ''.. i... .,. ,,; '' w wVolkswageri,,,.;
Volkswageri,,,.; wVolkswageri,,,.; z,,,,,',, ,14.s, ', ;a '-', trY'.. their-luck against Marlboro. ey Ismael -Valensuela on, hiss
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an er was all tor Simmons and' E.s1"-1 - -. A ,
' .- ' '. ' You could say it Was impossible,,, back, streaked ever the finish' "Nigher reit then gave up a pinch singiel I i"" ,siet t
Bragan ordered Dick Williams and t Whi e Lockma which ro 1 4 ' eVe
- Best Series: ',A.,, Taylor 62S ,... : but, in only S',,x, weeks this team line -ahead ;1st ; : Sunny. Blot
Gus Triandos walked intentionally in opne run but them slammed, w,,,,,o "N,
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',I.h64.s; 'to load the bases., With.,the, rignt. the gate. '.'''' .' ''' ''... ''''; 1 KN
,.. est Game: B...,Montoya:, 243;,,,. ruove4, uo. six. notches. on .,the Farm's Lincoitt;',Itnat. In
; ?" ---"'v.- '' .,--,-"--,1-144'', -.,:. : .". r'--,' standings.' arid '.they' say, their Mlle, snd one.dasuirter-reee a handed.bitting Robinson at, .b a t', .1.1ohnny Logan's rdrith-Inning, .. -. N ..: .::,.. :,........., ,r, v, f On e,.,, pee tc,.(t,,y.,- ,- ,,.1,t ,:',,1
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tamastota,2, mercurio4ewelty 2 stop is the," top or Marlboro. Cer- Silky Sullivan' premed 'a bust -- .. ,-''S
4.-- . ,,,, , r oragan then switched left fielder single drove home the rull'whiehi
- 11"-'' P '' '-: ' '' ;"' :- Larry,.Dohy to sight ,..and right gave, tile Milwaukee BraVeS a i ''. '' IN'
- '' 1'9'2,- ' '''' ,'''',:--t ; :, veza., Balboa Oil:, their part, has - t
fie der Rocky Colavito who N ...
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-'' 'There was a'.battle on- alleys novseen a,,victoey ...in the ',last --Dr. Peter utaffagnino's Nour Nourone
one Nourone o...''.. baseball's bes't throwing?
owns 4-3 triumph over the Chicago 'w
one- and- two-, ,But no narm'wes two -weeke,. ,It cost.' them 'first eddin was third -in the' field of
Cubs 'today:' -, '' 1 ., '' ,,,,, -- :, -- -. v..-- ''.1-
' 't 'IKE TIRE' Wall 'TtIE Rua' IN PE CE 'lir miNti '' 1
done: and everybodr.went hapg place and tbey w skidded all the 14 of the,best theee..vear-olds in
v Sullivan dro
M. America. Silk , 4 , .. ), t !I 1,, ','-3 --(Wv -10:at Ni, , ; 4 .' v. ) '. ',- ' '' .
Tilly. home. 'The, i'ontention 'is sd way ,clown.toi fourth, Mace, -,. Po, Robinson 'hit a fly to "medium '-Logan' "hit broke tt: 3-3' tie
short right. and Woodling, slid in which Casme about in 'the 'sixth ; .'. (4.6
hot that eeerY ; team! puts .,:tin serna naced the RaMblers with ning far tar out of the runnln.,. .. ,..,. .,, Iti., , ,i ...k 4i '''' 1 1 f: minevivi ''s
their-own kind of battle. At thiS an 'even:ROO isseries,:.A Taylo,r, lust couldn't,,gain whe,n he as
w aOhrti Thee ds oi auttahapeaawa. h
NV safely under ;Dobies high throw: tinning' when' Chicago deadlock.' 4f-- ,,,,, )-. 'i,,,,, ,,. , vt ov 1 k,.....
point of the season.. I When- we helped wIti-v 435,,, It ,:was R..Salz, asked for hie ?anions stretch run.
dBgillaYve.up sev sevO'Deil
O'Deil sevO'Deil ed the score 011 a douole by Walt 1 '
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reached our peak-tirile',''of this with R 438 tbe best man- for p!r a late snurt t,hat in other races ..
Moryn and a single. .by Dale 1 ..;
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season, the'neweomers into the ,veza Balboa and :O., l'ores .1h1-4" carried him to"-victory. afterhe
en' hits to record hie dicond tri, Long .. ' i ' '''' ' ''.- '' -'''' ''' '' : '. --
league-are po loisger newcomers tale& with, a, 384,e,-:, .' I '-,,' I. --,, ',,',..., wa,,,1, 20, 30 ,,atiott,, ."even ;40,lehgths, ump,h in four decisions'. O'Dell 'was -.1 .' ',. -..,' ,' ,:', :', :- -.. ; 1 . .'. ' .- ; .' '.' '','' '..t-''' ',' '-,". r '..- .'" '',.,1. 1.. .-'" l'''''1, .1
and therlok-,--,'; ready,. to,-,- howl ,,,,,I,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Tr..7....-7-7 - ., irnci. 0 ,....--'1, -0'.,..)..,:f.-1 ';'t:,-"-.',--, touched for a. two.run' homer in -TheT3raves 'jumPed to' 'a' 3-6 i ,w .'.
' ITICn the' second inning bv Dick Brown d. TRANSIS'''';11.. M:
their team. with very aceePtable E., ,,, e:,,,i,'-1-, ,,p, , T1M Tam wno -pine
turf immortele... and; Calumet , lea in,the third on singles by
series.: H. Miranda was the best .. a.ter Mickey ,Vernon walked. Del. Rice ,and Logan And Etld,e .. -,4,,,,....,,- h,.,., ,' --,; ;.,.! .,....... '-,, ; ';,--- ''
Farni DerbSw .winners ait.Whirla-
for Mercurio With-e 452 and F, ,, ',;...j. $. . After that,'O'Dell permitted :oh. math
Isepnowery ronoses
ts nth hOme 1.1 i , --..t.
'llodgea finished-with -434L --.- M. 1 1 lc ;,,aiiriolf .,...... w.v, ppnsive, Citetion,,-Ponder. ly two runners' to reach second
, .., TIIII -Gail and IrOn ,Ilerrei won' hi base as. he walked only two end the, , '' '1 1 'TEL' A 1501
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Nunei. finished with. 466 and wl., n erna ion 1 ..., .:;,. ,,.-. flniV halt a leneth. .1).nt' n WRS struck out sevenullie linatstrikr. season.," ..-..,,,.;......:,,." .-...', ,,,
Feettra with. 402,,toe La- Mascot& .. ... A q.,',, '',,'i ,-,Y,
o t t a St , out ictim was Minnie "Minoso n tn,
yoikswagen .2, Smoot,. Paredes 2 ,-,---' ,'-. ,) ,-
w '1. .". ". ennuoth t .11;es h IR inn win v . ''.'''''The' Cubs.' plated tve' o markers 1 f-'', - '''' -,- t' ',-.---,,', -,,.,.. Nol.'..-,,.' 'to, 0,! : 4 ,ik ,.: ,...,,.. 1,
-nowr,'s purse ,in a, rue. worth S160,", the top of the 13th, and Minos ar the feurth when Ernie Banks ."..--; -k,--- -' .'t '' ' ' ' :.-fr' '.''. ", .'-" -1,'"3" s' '' 'i eirru':: :
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toi start their 1,01,11r Journey to the : .,' -:' ' '1 k' ; I : k .1 ,..' ';'e '''' ' '' '' ' ' '. 5!). 7(1 i : VI fl. . $ ; ;11 ; 1 ,"'''.01 i 1. e. : 'r' , rh'' ;11 t':E, ill"' ; )7 V' ' ih' '
I ourney:, tc,,Duffers
pire' Frank Umorit that- he ivas e.
4 left field seats, followed byw a '' .-".'",,.
top of the-, standings.' It-should .',''.,i,l's'ifiN.6,1b-g (tjp).-4resident
hoe. ,.. to. ..lowel s ,tteward., the jected from :the 'game,' 4 bringing,
be not to hard when yot see oth-i --
last plitec Inri., 'Eisenhower,, , el'. il - ,, -..., pride of the Maine Chance Palm. Doby' into theoutfield ,, triple, ,hiv ,Moryn and a ifi '; ' '.-,..i l.- ',. .. .. 1 .: ... , , ,; 1,... ..,, ... .,'
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golfer -, Fridayp,roposed an ,Inter. ''311'....' '
toix -weeks 'later, they are.'teady ,., lotioro wak, Silky -at tb0,fill.1., 'i,iii' the 'opening inning off Iiight.' 1 L e.leie .,. ,-
natioial '..tolitnament w, for '',' the .,,....-,''. s'i' 'r, r.!.-,,, ::::,:,,,,,, ,,'-,, ;, (7,,,',.,i ,:..:,,. ,,r, "':t ,Th4 orioles,,' had, le.orod,twie. 4.,:,7 : ''-i ..,........ , ,.- ....., .." ,-, , ii ' '''' iLtel
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t otear the leader lip, Smoot end hinder C,al McLisli bn, a walk, '4'.;
Paredes 'dit .not like ,,f0-.,giiik,fri ug,,elnl,er'-iladotiff.ineers bt:tW;PeTentijn,nptbeopileette,Oif ish7 8011'44.in the,' "'.1 ir.1 1411'-;' Hatever , r: .,;, ..,, .i.-.?',--. . ...- --., -. ----. 1 '': -t y'lla'4, --wAq)-,:
so,:they split EverYbody is llah.w N'" :-- trleasso.s"tthis .. cruel
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beat only two lintIme, firo.ehiltio .'iSse'rifice,. a ,single Wwl Weedil -a,-. , . , ..,. ,.. ', ,. -. ,.. .,...!. : ; ., ..,.. ,. 6,;,.,,.,..; ,w .,;,. ,, -.I, .., i ., r. ..,,,..,, ,.,,,: ,....' 9 ..b ..,-..,:.,:...
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Py that rways." So they., Say', Only world.". '
nevicomers were "the best seOres I ., .:,. ,; ..':: .' .'-'-, -",:' .''''',-,,,''',' ',1 00 14.1r":"..-..1)""1 "1th ran,. a' single by. Jos Ginsberg. ., .. ,, l
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f9r, -this week; and,JheY '';' took ',0- m' io.thg.,,,Sutgettion --fand,
Ver.: on the honor,.:roll. that -is ,, '1- 'i'Ebctie' wArrKus ',. ''
t, ser,ously,be,emPhasized --,.4n; 1,"I.01. ..,- ,.,.' ,,l-- -..i .... -i, ;, end pefa.., agalest -ii.'',sing'il,.yi to. --
rearl everY-'weglei 1-113i6 slid- a-,,'," 'greeting -krepee,seetetilies from ,37 , yaler,,,,101p,,, rrH,,,,,,rayw.,,,,etrinv.,,to ,3.,. '-, , - - ..,, ,.., ,,- .. ,,, ;, -, ,;. 7.0 ,,' ..i. '' -, lu.- !1.,A; 11. krf,1 , -.. i, ,. ,.,-,, '7- ,,.. 7 -., 77 111191".".,
lado were the -, he'st-, gime -ler t''. whol.
' r coun ries itre',Ineeting',.. here, apt, ,A414 1,01.0,00, -wrov,14,. thp ,,',, At 146''Aflgele:i,', tge 1Doolgere ';
pwi tatsa hthrealhe Eddit Wal1111184';11 slick.fielding I -',...,eee'' ' '
Volkswagen with a 503 and'd 489, ,- infamou 'Chi w
;;Ww.'rtlartin;;;;,t;fL1,,,w,.111:I' '161;;,1.,'",,I undoing S, todanya'. asal,1" ,. .
first baseman and;ii denciloable I "' 't '-'''' '-- ,- ; ; '-. '- -.- ,, --.. - ',.. '' : '. '' ' '.- Y.'.
to plan for. the World AlliatAtlr;17,1eowolto.
wotrh rnentiori and somethinir to, Golf ehamplonships at,'St. ,,,' n !soured three home rums over hitter,' was, one of the fired up .. -, -' ''' -,,'' A ' '. ..: .,, : ..-.. : -.- -,. ..' -, ,-.. .!.., ,,, w .,- ,.,; .,-., ,.... ,.
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be prpud of.-J, 'Garza and J. Tre.. efreteh, T wee never ton worried. "whiz, kids" who drove the Phil.' IN r vt,.0 14 i'' '1l'r ''Iratv:---
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vino ;finished with '555 and uha The President heartily endorse, (11,.mm, x 1.401cm,1 hom.t.tm 0,,, whm,,m the high" left field screen td de defeat
feat defeat Los- Angeles,. 3-1, and .1tak,e lies to 'the National League-pen. ;-
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tor 8 god K. good work,' ,, v...." : the',St Andrews :patches, sayipg. Rilky AVA IC ar,: i4lit got... through,
,,,,,,,,t,pf series, four gamee to Otle.... ; nant in ;1950.; Brought. up by the'
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Phils for tile .39 season', but after '. b A r i : 'i 161rh 'IL .1.11h '''' k '.. .... '' ''1; '. ''''' ''''''' ..
batting .306 in '54 gmeS he WaS ' -'! 1- :. P 11.1' ' Ilk .' .. 1411111611 '', ..,.... ,:t.:,,,,,,.,,,.......111,,,,, .,, ;,.,,.,,.,
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,-.. Marlboro' 3, AOdelag ; ,',.I. ended 'a one-day' drought osier,.
stailding eihdlft,iOndship ,,belleen t,,h...,,,,',,e.8,4t.,:4,4),,f,74.1b"-ricif''Igta?,,i',)17,1-rtr,p,1 ; ..,The '' home:, fan ',, explosi011,'
- '''';',',-.-vi. ,. - .'-'' ''.. diffetent nationalitiesi., .. -' Mlle-. nhoemekee,A, whh- rnde ir r) 1 r r ti 1- -,- 1-i-,,,- ,,
, "No more 'spnte' froth' here oh. ---,,r -,...,,,,- -.-4-1A.,,,,..,--,; -r-.-- .,.;' sioic'ip.moiht,i'r,, .5ft, 0.11,,,t,opilky ,the lett field fence. The Bedg."- the victim. of a bizarre. shooting '' '... ',' '.' '. 11 f 140 vill, '' r
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tt waits yerycloSe game,but t,he The -President! Jull31-itipported 0inne(i towinditur ,sy$0,,,ftwrn,14.,110 cis' Ione score also was a by a bobbi.soxer in Chic,go. The ..-'"'''' l'''.7.-, -.- ,.., '," i -,-- .4. -, ; e:- , .., .. 1. '....,, ... ..,- .. .. 4 '., el ,. -,"--7 , s
homer, over the ',Tenet at the. episode', nearly.,, cost Waitkus his '... '. . ; .' .; ,,'. -,''.'',' .",, .,' ,'',',,.-'''-'.,.., r: ,..,.., t.,,,, :..:,'''4,,',';',. -,'.'",'.: '.', -.';', ',,'.'''', ".;,---'4.. ,o,',';',.i','i,. .. I '.-
Maribord,team managed to staY, the rainateutt ',.ell'aMpionShips, be.., 0,,,.,
, am "I wax rover itl 'Nfronble 325-foot mark. bv third base- life but he botinced back the very I- 1.-., ..- ,,,, .. .....'. :. -' . ..... !: ,.- : ';.-- -,' ...... ?,. -, ". -. ,4 1.1; .i .1
tlnelted,i-,,,11;te,nobldo
on top-by taking the, lost three eaulte- 'Rif hi s,..'"great We', for the', 010110h. rovpvc
et ,,;. ent,terwoiroivevi -.' ball Randy Jackson ,,, In.,. the next season. and led the league in k.'. -- ''Y ',' . ,-,- t '. -,,., ., .... .' -. 1,, , ,.. -,,, ;.- ........ 1,, . .,, , ..,, ; .!, -.-- ,,,,' ,,, .! ,,,,,-.).,.1.;
points from the- Rodelag.rAgain game of golf 'no, matter-how badly h y
the new(' -nirs ,are the wle," ear',- 1-,,,pla3iiitl'..-and-1 --eause he -.felt ,it I.'
Was the-lourth) whiz kids' to. the pennant.- In' ell, ,. -1 '.....-1, .' eivw- ew,
. . .,, ,,, seventh Inning.- - -.),,,.., '. ,-'. singles 054) while heloine the 'il,,,.' ,,, ,,w,,'' '' ,' I ' ' ''''' '' --: '-i '-',-. ''. ':.' ,''.'..4'.,.-4 .,'," -'--'''.Y.:,---,,',, 1"-", :,'. Ii4.. i 4 ',
lirted "slinnine, nrin Smullv lino
rying :th l balfThey ,,,,i1C-not Would .ease::,rer! eosions,,,;,...',,i.-rw,i; , ; .,;,...!...,4.-4,, L ,i,.-,:,;,, : .,A.. .. i ',.'' ,-, ','.z i' 1 "- 1-',-,4- 1.1 ; : ''
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have a ',more. preditablepight if ,: ,'" ..'.' ):: ''' s''03,' ''' ,'L...'' '' ,-'10' The track :wool rnroddv orpl Tim
the race ,fne him weir vete, ,. ', Today's, victory
or the season tagainst 'no losses lie, bit'.2S1' vet, nine Camiialenc 1 11.,,:','".1i- f Olifirt e....i.r..2,. v., ..t..',:., t ,. 3,,,t, -170, !th. i .,:r- I 'I :: : ' r 1 ' 44 1 4 f
We decided. to ,coll It. neWeomers However," -no'. Communal, ,oun-i ramw,, noini,,,,,, firi,, or 0.:115',q tore Pittsburgh 'Red BOb Friend. Whatever''',hapnenet,; to Eddie t , :,0., 'AL lortit AL .''''''.2.i.o.,),,:?:." ,I -,- ': O.:: ---A
night:, E. ,Ilerrnatin trOm' Argen- try was listed' t send; a ,tesin it-he eloweet since ,Citation's 2:05.- 4 - 44' ', k ..- ' .t li C 0 : l' ',, ,'
H oW e ver,';., the ''' "unfriendly" Waitkus Now 38, he lives inBolf, 1.,'.; ; 'a-wayio 14, ' - '' ; Il .' '''. a
tine 'carried the-Marlbord. team to. the St.',Aricirvts,-tournaltenti,,,!. t-5 In 1948.. ; ,., ,. Friend waxi not around, to see falo, ., N.Y.', where he is sales - i i -kwIfit, t. '1'14 5,47 --- k : ' ' ..
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to a tWo-garne lead vet the see- ';,,,, ... -' ; .. .. ,'. ", -- 4'. ', ., .2- .; ., ',, I. ,'',.. ', : the ;inish. Be Iya pulled In 'the, manager for ,a trucking' firm.' X ; mrreiti, ,' -;., -.no..
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ond place tearri; He finiehedwith ;"''..Tolin' B;;;Areei"'President' of' tbe ..1.,The myow,, hmo ilymhtm.,71,10' wt. ,,.. l ; ,., ,., ...,, ,. ,, ,,' , .. . ,,,....: .. ::.'.... ...., ,.. .., : . .. w...,,I, ,,,,e9. az,....1 ,., 3,.ollinam
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i.-411 seri s and C.J; stayed with .S.,--, AsSociation, f gave,. the Ina up itl mind to,,othir ti, ro.kii, ,,,,,,,,:. ,, ., ; .. -...nb -: , ..' 1 , o
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him at,a 4,4, A, pavfla twat' the. President :t,sritall Memorial.' gem.- Tim' Tem. Jewel's '. Rewerd ,or A,t' '' ' 1771. 0 .... ,4,5,1:.. ,.-. .:- 4101vv, ,' .. .., . i
best tor.Rodelag with ..a series memorathig-the..meeting of, -the Silky, Stilli the t it I --
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'',$16 D'iLiwN : -( '''', ' .,' : '"'A 'IlrittEWFLE.. . ', QuInielm, $10.00 -, ,;. t ...
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,:f 941,.,,,,, '7: ', 4 -"''":" 77"'""" 4....,''.',- ' ,.;-, 0,--,. ,...,,... ; ''..4. .., ;1: Al-Parasol-7117.8(k. $5,20 ,1,:;'.. 7.f..,., ::,
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1955 Chevrolet 4 doors, sedan,
oxcellent mechanical condition.
Autos Eisenman. Tots. 2-4966,
- 2-2616 beside tho Coco Colo ..
Plant.
Four SALE 1957 Chevrolet
sedan, 111100,miles, new condi,
tion, $1750.00. Tel. 113-1216.-

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' :1'.. 1 ., . ,- . -:, -., .. : .. ., ...
t - ,.
,., :. Fred : Sill..., Featured 4 In Latest ,..
,,,,
:!. --:',,,. SSLI3 of Washington Magazine'
,. ,, :,,... ... ,, ..,....... ,..,,,:... - -, ,,
n 4' -, ,,,, ,,i, .,
, ,,; ; ,,." Th latest is e of : Retirement .., ... ..,.:....., 0:::;::.::.,
; )r . Life' published,,,,,in ., Washington .,., -;,,, ..,---..., .. ,,-,yfo.N.kii.W1
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; i .. ;. carries it. full-page write ,i, up of i',.!..t.,,e....: A.0:,.,. k,'T:g::2:::::on
' 7, !, rred lie Ir.', Sill, president of the .:4f,,t'l e;.:9:.M':.M,'.;:ii. 'IiNg4-
, Canal Zone's chapter of the Na- .':, 4. :::::,V.:Ip.:;......A4,fgn',. 401
' tional Association of Retired Civil ..: ';. Kr, ,'::i.h,,,,,':r:,,4,,-,;1,:iiii!x :'...iff::::ii:.iii,
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'7 ;.,Employes, Balboa 24. -; ,,'-i. ,., :'.7fir,,,:.:x:::;,:;:,::.,::f:,i,:;:!:::i,::i'.; :i:?:::?,::
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Sill Feature

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ssu2 ot Viasnington
omoormi emomn

l'.: 4 si; ',
, The, latest is e of Retirement
' .tife"f publishect,,,in Washington
carries a full-page write ,), up of
Fred de V. Si 11, president of the
Canal Zone's chapter of the Na National
tional National Association of Retired Civil
, Employes, Balboa 24. i 4
I Sill was recently elected to at at'
' at' l tend pie conference of retired cL
; vil employes to be held in Wash Wash!
! Wash! ington next month. Sill is field Vice
!President in ;barge of region 16
. 1 of NARCE. ,
The' article is reprinted below:'
! "Region le of oi NARCE takes
:111 'the Panama Canal Zone and
i its field Vice President is Fred
. !de V.! SilL The Canal 7,one, as we
! all know, is of great strategic im im1
1 im1 portance and figuratively sits a.
Istride the Panama Canal, the cross
tread of the world. But it is not
!of the Canal Zone we write, not not'
' not' !withstanding the lively Chapter a
i NARCE Balboa No. 24 there and
Ithe number of retired personnel'
1 because they like it love its
1 i
peop,e, 1, ,
; We want you to know Fred Sill,
'even as we do. He has been our
'Field Vice President there since
14152. He was born in Cohoes, N.
) ., May 30, 1885, and has a back back!
! back! ground ,of ancestors who came to
wINe England in the early sixteen
i
. I hundreds on a subsequent trip of
the Mayflower after landing the
. 1 Pilgrims. These ancestors settled
in Massachusetts and are mention
11 ed m l'The Young Puritants ,of
101d Hadley." Later they founded
1"Silltown" in Connecticut on the
site of what is now Did Lyme.
IMany of Fred's ancestdrs are bu buried
ried buried there. , ,.
, His father was the Rev.' Fre.
, iderick S. Still, D. D. ',Rector, of I
iSt. John's Episcopal Church o:
1Cohoes, and a member of. the' "A "AI
I "AI merican Society of Colonial Wars"
' tile authored a -bora TI'Colonial
. ITimex," 'wherein he recorded a
phistorical event each day of te
, earelL prior to, the signing of
LI
1 Declaration of Independence.
i'l o man tan answer for his cour-
;age who lever faced denger," he
,wrote.1 . ,.
: Fred's mother 'was' the' daugh daugh,ter
,ter daugh,ter of the Hon, James Ponsonby,
- 'Sexton Recorder of the' City ,, of
, Montreal, a.prominent citizen.
, Fred received his primary edu.
,cation in the public schools of Co Coihoes
ihoes Coihoes and graduated irom the AL'
lany. (N.Y.) Military Academy in
11903 as First Lieutenant in the Cit.
idet Corps. He received his-degree
, In Civil, Engineering from Ken KenIselaer
Iselaer KenIselaer Institute in 1907,, --e-
' Upon graduation, from Rensse Rensselaer
laer Rensselaer Fred went to the Canal Zone
as a'roadman and was advanced
'to Assistant Engineer, the most
'9f his service, being in 'the Cale.'

, tend the conference of retired cid
ivil employes to be held in Wash ,- ''a,

, ington next month. Si 11 is field Vice I U-17tt
; 1 President hi ;barge ot region 16 ,, 1

, "rtkcie is reprinted below:'
, Region le Of 01 NAR7nCE taked
'the Panama Can 1
i its litid Nice PresidaentInse rued
"-

: !de Nr.t Sill. The Canal 7,one,, as wei
tall know, is of great strategic im im;
; im; 1 portance and figuratively sits a,

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, '. '. Istride the Panaina Canal, the cross 3:..1',..44.,:.:,:?:::t;a4 ,,,:0::,-:,:::Ap
,' t road of the world.' But it is not .',:,..,0:i:,..:4,0.-,-:,,,t:O.:A: 110: gi.i.::.;lig.,::::4,
.; !of the Canal. Zone we ; write, not- :',.:::::::4,1','M.:-::.?:4M1 ,:!::::::.!;WWW
j, -.. i withstanding the lively Chapter tqf ?:i!-:::.!:.:,::.'.::::,....:::.:::::!,..!,:: N.'::..:::j:',..-:.:Mai::
. .. .. -- -, ,,,,,v....,,,.-,,,i,,.:,..:...?!...,..,,....rx:,,,,,...: :F5.,:is,,,,,,i:ff..
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tiNAKCE isainoa zi were anu
' !the number of retired personnel
!because theY Jove ,Its
later as Director of Admeastge Admeastgepeople..
people.. Admeastgepeople.. 's iment, Panama Canal. In 1930. he
I wa want von to know Fred Sill.

tra Cut., When that was finished
the worked with the landscape ar arIghitect
Ighitect arIghitect laying out the Pacific en entrance
trance entrance to the Canal.
' At the outbreak of Vivid' War 1
I Fred Will' commissioned First
eutenant ol Engineers, attended
, he Officent Training Ca pat Camp
ee, Va., Went overseas as First
' .euteinant, atth Platton, 105th En En,
, En, gineers, 30th Division, and was
with the British at the Battle of
, Som me. received the.Ame
kican Distinguished Service Cross
and the British Military, Cross. LI
)10t1 om-Pletion of his meitary ser

Vice he returned to the Canal' 7tpne ling-ice made from brine.
'was prommed ta Clue, Admeasur..I Fresh water ice crystals then are
1r of Vessels, Balboa, CI., and separated from brine ice by a

IS FOR SALE
TELEPHONE 2-0740
' ,,
Apa
' rtments
IOR RENT a... Modern, iomfor.
' table two bedroom apartment
, with maid's bedroom, two bath bath'
' bath' rooms, living room, dining mom,
: balcony, teivace, garage, hot
water, with or without furniture.
Phone No. 3-0444, No. 31,
48th Street. '
' FOR RENT 4-- Nicely furnished
, apartment including refrigera
tor, porch. parlor-diningroom.
,,bedroom. kitchen, garage. Tiled
; all screened. $55.00. Apply
, No. 122 Via Belisarie Porras, near
Rcesevelt 'Theater. '',
t FOR RENT, Three bedroom
apartment wkh all modern com commodities
modities commodities near El Panama Hotel.
Fordetails call Panam6 2-4717
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or 3-7169.
- FOR RENT,,,, 1.11.3tury apartA
ment, air-conditioned fully, fur.
nishod, For 3 months.. Call 1-
FOR RENT Beautifully fur
nished or unfurnished two and
three bedroom flats. and room'
furnished, 48th. Street No. 15,
Evils Vista.'
FOR RENT Two bedroom a apyrtment,
pyrtment, apyrtment, furgishod, ground
1100r; Very good condition,
$75.00. Jos da Fibrogs Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. '16, rear, Pbono 3
1 Real Estate
FOR SALE -- Hills Cottage at
Coronado Beach, twe bedrooms,.
niodern improvements4 1 power
plants end will en property.
Excellent view. ,!'llargain" Call
, 25-3024. ,
n ,Latest
1 re:., '''',4' 7.771;. 1...........oimi..:
,,4441114kibihabilit
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later as Director of Admeasure Admeasurement,
ment, Admeasurement, Panama Canal. In 1930. he
married Ruth Melgaard of Min Minneapolis,
neapolis, Minneapolis, a teacher in the ,Canal
Zone schools., They have lwa.chil.
Oen. 04 ''''Pf, ' ''',, '0', -'
In 1936 Mr. Sill was assigned to
the ,Washington Office ,to work
with the President's Committee to
revise rules and rates for, traffic
through th 'Canal,. and appeared
before Congressional Committees.
He retired lit 1947 but was 'recall
led to prepare a report on the sub subject
ject subject of Panama Canal .Tolls and 1
Traffic Trends; which is still
known as the Sill Report. He re-,
tired again in 1948.. .i
Mr. Silt- tat a prominent .part
lin the ,dedicatory services of the
Gen. George W, Goethals Memori Memorial,
al, Memorial, representing NARCE, the 100th
anniversary of the Panama Rail Railroad,
road, Railroad, tht first transcontinental
railroad in this hemisphere,.' and
at other ceremonials.
He helped organize Pant nt a
Post No. 1 of tho American Le.
gion and served is National Exe Executive
cutive Executive Committeeman from De.
partruent of Panama for more
thanI10 years. He is active in Red
Cross work and 'other, organize..
tions for the' betterment of the
residents ,of the Canal Zone. His
hobbies are riding the boats pas passing
sing passing through the Canal and giving
interesting lectures abbut 'the, his histtory
ttory histtory of the Canal, points of inter.
est, etc., as well as being inter.
ested in the AfiTrican Legion and
-
'; Fred Sill, has had a varied. and
intersting Ille,has held import.
ant positions of trust,, and makes
one, wish to hear more of his ex.
periences.',' -,,,, ,, .A f": .,:, ',.
New.i.CoOlp'r:0$;op,',
M.,e.-,t114.;-Ci'!:0.0.t:',.;x:i;;.:.
Pfbl:6,;W6fir.-.:,.:;,::,.;:::
CHICAGO .i (11111i Treah wa
ter from salt water continues to be
an impoctant research goal, the
Armour Research Foundation re.
It revealed the S, Navy has
announced a mechanical compres:
sion method for doing the job, us.

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pi An TOUR AO SOTO' OWE OP OMB &Gra" OS oun omen Alt 1341 -Pr timptrriN rkwAmoi LIBErnit PEECIAO0-1 Street So. 111 AGENCIA5
SARDOw-Ne. 21 II" Street
INTERNAL. DE pusIJEACIoNES-Ne, 3 Lottery Plaza CASA TALDO-Centrat Ave. 45 LOURDES !PHARMACY -182 In Crreimnilila PARMACIA LOW
MORRISON-41b et July Aire. 11 OIL LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Tivoli We. 4 FABMAILII eS1 RHOS 111181DOS-4149 Central Ave
PAKMAC1A 8,1,1X-4841 Central Avenue prousrpol,n EXCIIANOE,--J Ire. de 1e Thete Ate. He. el SOTH HOMY-2118te Arenemena Ave and 33 St PARHAM
VAN-DE11,11S-.5e Street We. 53 InEmAcIA EL SATURRO--Parene Wens Street FARMACIA Porten Ill NOVEDAOLS ATIIIS Serino
the Sella Vista Tbestre. COLON: Central Avenue 12.165 432 '

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PHILLIPS Oceanside-, Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa-
mama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. s
FOSTER'S Cottages and Latgo
Beach Honig. Ono mils oast
Casino, Phone Balboa 1866.
' FOR RENT Beautifully fur4
&shed housekeeping room. dolt.
ble couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove, ,',
bath, and entrance independent..
352nd Street...Phone
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HOUSCS
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-4, FOR RENT From May 15th
modern house. Modern big, sp.'',
propriate for agencies, offices, or',
clinics, 35th street, next to the
, First National City Bank. For in.,
formation Tots. 3-3049 and 3- s
3431. - ","
FOR RENT -- Furnished house,
chalet style, living dining room,
.2 medium bedrooms. service,
kitchen, porch, etc, 4th Street
and Urdguay Street, Bella Vista,u,
left hand No. 25, Tel. 3-01UL
FOR RENT -,, bedroom
, chalet, all conveniences. A4p ly,
Via Porto No. 166.,
Hotel: HOLLAND, HOUSE
5 mins. from the heast of t
Son Jos, Costd Rio
Completely 'modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and told water.,
Price: $6 and $8
' with meals,.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse riding.
For reservations p.. o.
, 'Box 4459.
Manager: Bill and Elenor Jaspers
;Servie,,Personnel;A:ti
Government 'Employees
Are 'eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
presort ear through
' Agency
DICK DEHLINGER,
- representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
NIL 43 AUTOMOBILE ROVit
Panama City.
Mono 3-4934-34036
gs
,, ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
-Temperature of 'the sun
I
0 N LY $32 50
International Jetve ry
, 153 Central Ave"
, Phone 2-2316
. LIFE INSURANCE
1, call, ,
s JIM RIDGE
General Agent
' Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co..
tor rates and Information
' -Tel. Panama 2-0552
11CON
Cameras
Lt. NOM
(Across Banco' NactonaC,
PANAMA COLON
S y-:,;
EXCURSION
':mAy-11 .,
Fidaeque Travel service
Ter.., 2-1661
COSTLY PUSH
GRAND ItAPDS, Mich. (UP)
Daniel Proctor, 19, needed
puili for his stalled car so he bor borrowed
rowed borrowed a Caledonia High School
school bus. He knocked down a
concrete pillar and damaged three
garage doors as he drove the bus
out of a garage. Then the bus skid
ded into a ditchq Total damage
was $400. ,
compressio, method after single
stage of freezing, the foupdation I
Armour said the Navy disclosed
that a relatively simple production
unit could do the de-salting.

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PANAMA COLON :

I Miscellaneous

FORI SALi ----, Cars and Trucks
accessories: also spare Parts for
Diesel, Caterpillars. CM. me.
tors, refrigerators. sate vaults.'
, We also have for sale one
' "CMC" 312 ton tuck in good
condition. We sell all kinds of 4
,surplut material. CONT1NEN
TAL SUPPLYERS Central Ave.
No. 12.179, 13th St. TeL
1088-11 Apt, 1091, Colon.
11,,
FOR -SALE AKC 'rogistered,
Toy Boston Bull Pups., Immo-
&ate delivery 6251, Buena
Ventura Place, Los Rios.
FOR SALE 11 cu. ft. G.E.(
Refrigerator, excellent condi.
. tion; burner gas stove, with
broiler, like new; marble top
kitchen table; dining room suite
with chairs; bamboo living
room suite, 11 piece; two dou double
ble double bed inner spring mattress
, with box springs; office desk aid
chair, 1957 Lincoln Premiere,
- wonderful car. Consider tads
for 1957 or 1958 Ford. Phonsk,
s 3-5783.
,- FOR SALE Bendis Gas
Clothes Dryer;,..11 cubic' ft.
Coldspot Refrigerator with frees freeser
er freeser chest, 60 cycle; Tappan four fourbforner
bforner fourbforner Gas' Stove; Maytag Automa-,
tic Washer, 60 cycle; Valiant
Gas Hot Water Heater; TV An Antennai
tennai Antennai misc. household articles.
Owner leaving hthmus. Tel. Pa.
name 3-6096.
FOR SALE Hifi equipment.
Two aneiv" Jensen1 5" triaxial
speakers. One custom made
turn table with "gray" viscous
' damped tone arm with Fairchild
diamond 'cartridge. One Win.
chaster mod. 52. target title, -22
cal. with- best target sights,,-
never shot. Phone Balboa 2.
, 3069.
FOR 'SALE --t Piano Winter ,,
Musette.' practically saw. e Gas
water heater "Valliant." Phan ',
Panatia 3-194S,
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
' SALE
, Sealed bids, for posing In pult;,
Ieceived until
it.m., May .9, '19511,,, in the of of'
' of' fice of Superintendent,' Storm
house Branch, Balboa, for steel
tubingr chains; electrical sup
plies; -pipe finings; and parts
for: tractors; '', brakes; engines
ind dredges. Invitation No. S
!, 58-406 may be'obtained from,
' office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, telephone 2-1086.
Kicinat)pei Of:Auto
Race Driver, Forigio
Arrested In Cuba
HAVANA ,,, (UP) Informed
sources said today Cuban police
have captured thi, rebel who kid-1
napped Argentina speed ace Juan
M. Fangio in February to pre prevent
vent prevent his taking partAn an auto
race here- -
I
these sources said Oscar
Lucero Moya, who is believed to
bee the 'man' wha herded Fangio
out of at hotel here at gunPoint,1
was arrested Monday. His pre present
sent present whereabouts are unknown. ,,,,
Lucero is said te. have been
picked up in a house in Suburban
Dado. A woman arrested wan
him since been released releasedInformants
Informants releasedInformants said Lucero., kid kidnalved
nalved kidnalved Fangio en orders from
Faustino Perez, rebel leader Fidel
Castro's chief lieutenant in the
Havana area. They said Castro
himself did not know of the plan.
The purpose of the Fangio kid kidnapping
napping kidnapping was to embarrass Presi President
dent President Fulgencio Batista, but in
fact it may have saved the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine 'driver's life.' The 'race in
which he was to have takn part
ended in a tragic accident which
killed a number of .drivers and
spectators.
Above normal kndwiedge
,
of home furnishingi Ac Actual
tual Actual tore manageriail ex experience
perience experience helpful but 'not,
absolately, essential'. Mus,td
,
be' tble to handle person personnel.
nel. personnel. Meet and talk to pubd
!lc with ease. Write com complete
plete complete details and send
photograph to: ;
.10VRTIERAOL.
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Home Articles I

, FOR SALE Upright piano.' 60
cycle refrigerator. electric,steve.
Excellent condition., Quarters 27,
Amador 82-5135.
FOR SALE -- Cheap must,Idave
, ter' States, '2 mahogany single.,
, beds witk spring ;Ind most
mahogany room set.
Phone 1.0039 after 3 p.m.
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cii. ft. GA.( ., f-- '
lent 0 condi.. Al n APPI1NINAS
stove, with ',i-
marble top v
I "1"" 1.u. SIPilli Afi OUN6 T 0 Uri I
its
slime living
Ni; two don- ., '- ; BY Tom
.
lice desk aid 1 .A '...-0- o ...,...., :
. ,
I Premiere, e '
Ford. none!, ,May day was-celebrated in To. addiion to Mi.
snider tads c,-
tiama this year with the ,u tru a 1 and Mrs. Caron
fanfare,. Unike former years, i -
however, the-,labor leaders re- Grin and Itser
gondio Goo 1 quested among other things better the great Confuc
housing facilities? better wages like a beseiged c
,Ir wItu:iferoftes...
, Thought for
larger participation in the pro"- want to get out
; Tappan fain ceeds of the busibesses, etc. Want to get in.
of his em
tee Autems-
will be cannot be too
chi; Valiant t Come 'Monda----y and- it
iter; TV An- school time again,- Parents were choice
hold tide.. seen making' last-minute shopping
eus. Tel. pa.. in order,to outfit the kids for one
of the most. important phases o, Anylf 2
C 1 T
' their developmenteducation. '' VII !lee ll
,
. , There is ,a, good deal of argu, 111148- 1111
i equipment. -
, ment, and not without good rea. Ito ton
i
'15" trialliat son, that despite the long vaca;
IShign made tion given, thi MiniStry of Edu. s a'
leay" viscous,. cation apparently is yet to '1 cont. onsahona
fith rairch" plete plata for bousing all who
One Win. are entering school- for the first CONCOliD
rget tide, -22 time this year. ,, , ,' cord Prison i'Marai
of the bat; racer
'root sighls,,- ' ' ald Mules broke
mum .2. -It would seem that 'with so ma.
cheers of guarsi
, ny years of experience some clef clefThe
The clefThe guards 8
---....---:.4 initt formula should be worked
alike eed grabbe
cheering. The 11)
ane ,Winter,, .., ,...... , dead run. :
on farm ,inmat
' new. e Geo ?, !'''' 'Friend Maurice Young of the
a n.t.'1: P,hn, I. ''' 'cwaePeikt a ibYwaes decepmartmmeendn;deft h, t,1141
i ,U.S. Army for,17 years of con.. Mules had run
COMPANY .,. sistency. Cengrato ,Ilub .,1 park and into th
ITEMS FOR , : , Several, guard
- -- The New York Philharmonic Or- founded for I
fling in Palt,,,4 xhestra ,,came, pretty close' to yesterday before
until .11;00,g starting ,a sort of nudist ,camp In realization ;, of 1
., in the 01- Rio ,Abajo when their clothei 'pired.'After quie
lent, , Storm were' drenched,,from the rain ly cheering rooti
ea, Iet mil that came hours before. t ii e ir included the sl
ethical sup. scheduled appearance, , ' rapped the bail,
1; rand parts ,, ., ,. , out after the esc
kiss; engines One-way or the other, it is in- But, police sal(
'thin No. S deed lamentable that these expo- match for the I
gained from, nents of the work or the :,, mita- end he made a'
Went, Stere4, ters had to be exposed to'-this The 20-year ol
hello 2-1086. kid of hospitality. Whether 'the world of exper
,- theater, management is to be throughout the st
, police records.
' ' blamed or the sponsors is not our
Of Auto concern at this time:, It is, how. Mules broke in
and Shirley,' rec
' , ever, a fact that the affair re.
later ula ed fo
' Fangio fleets 4in the 'entire populace' re. ?,.; Y r
', gardless of whether they are lov, 11,111 n orfolic pris
era of that typ of music or not
I CUba
trifle unwill
, cause of no bo
''!, This we hope will serve as a nu
ed a five year
' very worthwhile experience for
-ot Informed the future. - ) - contract with -th
Cuban police -, ., , team after accon
bet who kid- i . . ing entering a
ao s were excnangea last
ned ace Juan week---end between C e c i I i a Bel- possession of bur
roar) to pre. grave and Simeon Sobers at the ,' --------
t in an auto saint Christopher's Episcopal F ' t,c
unerol J
- i Church at Parque Lefevre. ,
----- ' ''. FOrtvirs,
said Oscar 'Next Sunday, Mot 11, Amery..
is believed to od os Mother's Day in the M.S. A 'c ''''''
terdec h Fangio will bo colobroted locally by the t orozc
, at gunpoint, Plus Ultra Club of Colon et the Funeral ervi
lay. His pre- Eb-snozer Methedist Church. tomorrow llilt 1 pc(
It unknown. ,.- A Mother feriae ;sward el- chapel for the li
N so will be givan, -it ,was stated McPherson Wood
a. have been by an official of the group. d t h
, .,, si en w o died
e in Suburban , .. ,
, Burial will folh
arrested with The Edsel Boys are all set for Cuneter
Y. ',,
released., an outing,to the Balnearie Balboa Mrs.. Wood is
, - ,. today. Busses will begin leaving h b d Al
us an exam
Lacer, kid- fr 9
om a.m. . her children, Ale
orders from , .,
. ley, Elme and A
4 leader Fidel The group ,,has planned two ney d 1
an severe i
,enant in the conveys. The second one is slat- three great grand
said Castro ed to depart at noon for the plea- The funeral wil
N of the plan. sure resort, where one of the street, Rio Abele
, best name bands will dispense row ,
e Fangio kid- the latest music. '
barrass Presi- , ......... 4, ."..,.....,.......u.
tista, but in Observing their 30th wedding an.
laved the Ar. niversary last Tuesday was Mr. i ' '
.. The 'race in and Mrs. Charles Monlouistof Ca- -,'-' ----",'',',"''
ve takqn part rrasquilla. The popular and well- ' '''"
ccident which liked Charles also celebrated his
l drivers,' and birthday anniversary on Wednes,
TOOti
day. Many happy returns. on the-
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May day was-celebrated in Pa- a
tiama this year with the ,u a
fanfare,. Undke former years,
however, the. labor leaders re requested
quested requested among other things better t
housing facilities. better wages I
larger participation in the pro v
,-
ceeds of the busibesses, etc. v
Come Monday and it will be c
school time again-- Parents were c
seen making' last-minute shopping
in order ,to outfit the kids for one
of the most. important phases o otheir
their otheir developmenteducation.
There ILA, good deal. of argu- 1
ment, and not without good rea reason,
son, reason, that despite the long vaca;
tion given. thi Minittry of Edu Education
cation Education apparently is yet to com complete
plete complete plats for housing all who
'are entering school,- for the first
time this year. c

-.It would seem that 'with so mi.
ny years of experience some def definite
inite definite formula should be worked
out. ,1 s'
s 'Friend Maurice Yettfle of the
,capital was commended this
week by a department of the
,U.S. Army for,17 years of con.
sistency. Congrats
The'NeW 'York Philharmonic Or Or.chestra
.chestra Or.chestra ,,came, pretty close' to
.starting,a sort oudist .camp in
Rio sAbajo when their clothei
were' drenched,,from the rain
that came hours before, tii e r
scheduled appearance. '
One-way or the other, it is in indeed
deed indeed lamentable that these expo exponents
nents exponents of the work or the maa maaters
ters maaters had to be exposed tn-this
kid of hospitality. Whether 'the
theater, management, is to be
blamed or the sponsors is not our
concern at this time:, It is, how however,
ever, however, a fact that the affair re.
,flects 4in the entire populace' re.
gardless of whether they are lov,
ers of that typ of music or, not-
This we hope will serve as a
very worthwhile experience for
the future. - )
I do's were exchanged last
week:end between Cecilia Bel Belgrave
grave Belgrave and Simeon Sobers at the
Saint Christopher's Episcopal
Church at Parque Lefevre.
' 'Next Sunday, Mot 11, Amore-
ed es Mother's Day in the 11.S.
will be celebrated locally by the
Plus Ultra Club of Colon et the
Elksriezer Methodist Church.
Mother Of syear ;ward al also
so also will be given, ,was stated
by an official of the group.,
The Edsel Boys are all set for
an outing,to the Balneario Balboa
today. Busses will begin leaving
from 9 cm.' '
,
The group ,,,has planned two
conveys. The second one is slat slated
ed slated to depart at noon for the plea pleasure
sure pleasure resort, where one of the
best name bands will dispense
the latest music.
. Observing their 30th wedding an.
niversary, last Tuesday was Mr.
and Mrs. 'Charles Vonlouistof Ca Carrasquilla.
rrasquilla. Carrasquilla. The popular and well wellliked
liked wellliked Charles also celebrated his
birthday anniversary on Wednes,
day. Many happy returns. on the
two-fold event.
,,
- Maud James, popular Pueblo,
Nuevo hairdresser, entertainer'
a few of her close .f r lends
Wednesday night at her home
In observance bsr birthday.
Many happy rturns,
s- Popular Prank Dowman of Co Colon
lon Colon left for ,the' U-S. .during the
course of the week. s
A venture of the newly-organized
Harlem -Boys is on tap for
May '30 at the Balneario Balboa
In Juan DiaZ,
The group is coming 'with some.
thing of a novelty -in that this af affair
fair affair will be in the form of a nigh
picnic. Dig that one,
Accdtding to an official of the
group,, "why star home and have
a party-to treate work after its
all over, when the beautiful and
scenic rendezvous is L.;. ideal 1 o r
such occasions.". -
....Sunday...Nay )8, will be a 'day
of great musical moments present.
ed by the Choir Guild of the. St.
Paul's Church.
Among the featured soloist will
be Robert Schultz, baritone singer
of St. Luke's Cathedral choir, in

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trailer. Complete outfit len
than 2V2 years old for ssoo.go.
' Call 3-1673.
FOR SALE-,--,15 foot plywood
,,, boat, fiber glass bottom, 35 H.P.,
- Johnson, remote controls, steer steer'
' steer' ing wheel and trailer. Ready
to 'go. Call Jack -Mercer 3.
7357 or 3-6501, j
FOR SALE 14' beat with trailer
- 10 motor and other things
$280.00, Coco Sole 234-1L
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addiion to Miss Myrtle Green.,
and Mrs. Carol'Webster.
. Grin and ilaar It: According to
the great Confucious "Marriage is
like a beseiged city. Those- in
want to get out and those ,out
want to get in. 1
' Thought for Today; A man
cannot be too careful jr1 the
choice of his
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cord Concord Prison Farm out ielder Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Mules broke with the crack
of the bat; raced far back to the
cheers of guards and spectators1
,alike and grabbed the ball -Ott the
dead run. ,
,,The guards Suddenly stopped
cheering. The 'spectators, all pris.
on farm ,inmates,- cheered on. i
Mules had run right out of the
park and into the woods.'
Several guards stood dumb dumbfounded
founded dumbfounded for several seconds
yesterday hefore ,ceming ,to lull
realization of -what had trans trans.pired.'After
.pired.'After trans.pired.'After quieting Mules' wild.;
ly cheering rooting section, which
included the slugger who had I
rapped the ball, four,, guards set,
out after the escapee,
' But, police said, they Proved'no
match for the fleet centerfielder
and he made it' clean getaway,
The 20-year old athlete had
world of experience on clubs
throughout the state, according to
police ,lecords. As a juvenile,
Mules broke in with the Lyman
and Shirley,' re'orm schools and
later played for the Deer Island
and, Norfolk prison colony clubs.
' A trifle unwilling, possibly be.
cause of no bonus, Mules accept accepted
ed accepted a five year !'inajor league"
contract with -the Concord Prison
team after r conviction for break breaking,
ing, breaking, entering and larceny and
possession of burglar, tools.
Fuherat'Serices
FOr Mrs.', Wood
At Coiozal Monday
Funeral eervices will be held
tomorrow 'at 1 p.m- In the Corozal
chapel for the late Mrs. Phillip
McPherson Wood, a Rio Abajo re resident
sident resident who died Thursday.
Burial will follow in the Corozal
Cemetery. '
Mrs Wood is survived by her
husband, Alexandtr Woods, snd
her children,. Alexander Jr., Stan
ley, t Elme and Mrs. Cecilia Rod Rodney
ney Rodney and several grandchildren and
three great grandchildren.
The funeral will leave from 15th
street,i Rio Abajo. at noon town'.

its'Ci Motdrs 1
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Complete outfit lest
12 Years old for ssoo.go. .-
1673. ;
,LE--.--,15 foot plywood
)er glass bottom, 35 H.P
, remote controls, steer steereel
eel steereel and trailer. Ready
, Call Jack -Mercer 3. '
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Registration ,tees should be paid
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placeJuesday 0 the Balboa VM.
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, The program wilt feature the
movie Our Mr. Sitn," which is
designed, to give, the viewers a
picture of. the background and
functions, of vile sun in relation relationship
ship relationship with their daily lives, pre present
sent present and future. The 50-minut film
was, produced and directed by
Academy Award winner Frank Ca Capra
pra Capra and stars Eddie Albert and
Dr. Frank Baster,' with' animated
characters, Mr. Sun and rather
Time. Information in the movie is
supervised by riumerous scientists
who work on the solar studies
thorughout the ,world
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Throughout the presentation Mr.
Suk attempts to narrate his own
stay, He begins his tale with the
primitive peoples who Worshipped
him as a god, among these were
the Persians (who called him Mi Mithras)
thras) Mithras) and the 'Egyptians (for
whom he was the, great RAI and
the Greeks who saw him as A Apolio).
polio). Apolio). -,
Subjects such as the 4111I'S be.
havior, its surface,what is contd.'
butes to life on earth, the possible
uses the sun's energy diredtly, al also
so also many vitar statistics wili
discussed.
Ending the film we find Mr.
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kThe Isthmian' ,Nurses Associa.
will sponsoi a symposium on
disaster for their annual dinner
meetingto be held, May 7 at 6:30
p.m. at the,American Legion Club
at Ft. Amador.
The -guest' spelkers beaded by
Bernard K. Levin, M.D., Division
MaeVacninael &nmpaunay.,
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dis.e-usi,',probfema-7'arisViint
1' t mea of: &asters Dr Levin will
d' P br H ''Ith th
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curing occuring in, quarantine measures in
a port area such as the Canal
Zone in time of disaster,
1,, Capt.' Thomas Dorsay,l'ood Act
'Visor, US. lArmi' Caribbean 11,'J
'rut; wiU talk; on -the 'problem -of
feedhlg peOple in a disasteriXapt
Dorsay was- in charge of the kit
chen :refugee center during' 'the'
recent,fire disaster in Panaina Cj
Lemard J. 'Myers,' Director
nneerstions; Atherienn Bed ross,
Caribbean 'Area will discuss the
nsrt Dlaye4 bv the Red erns in
disaster. Myers, a World Sirar
yeternri Ivis been 'asociated with
the American. Red Cross for 15
years. Before coming, to Panama,
about three years ago. be was sta statioo.d
tioo.d statioo.d Pt Natinnol Headquarters'
in Washington, D.C.
Col. Charles O. Brice:Health:,
Director and Mrs. Bruce will be
(limos ef honor of the Association
at the dinner meeting.
All nurses, doctors and their
husbands and wives are cordially,
invited to qttencl. 'rickets are avail available
able available at Corgas Hosnitst,
A buffet supper will be served.;
Sun listening to Father Time pre.
diet that man'to hope in the future
lies in the continuation of scienti.
fic 'inquiry which produced his
knowledge, shout the sun. i,
The program will begin at 7:30
P.M. in the Balboa Y Auditorium.
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ware, lace, linen, pottery and chi. and orange spring shades is 'ar 'arna
na 'arna at-modest prices which promise ranged In a tall, slender, modern
her a variety of,diffetent table set.: vase.
Wigs. , 4,1-!;:A I Olti Even the golden,' broiled grape:
To take a' springtime brunh fruit served in clear glass Saucers
table by Miss -Diamond all an complement the color scheme.
examPle: Sal is,.1 the
major
A daffodil tablecleth Is ,''
a background for, graY omema tag
Silver-banded 'chatr tumbl4rs, 9 ,o
silver forks and s spoens 'white '7
china ,and serving, dish'es are The lastminute rush before
used. r..rtv ramp manv- a hostess., Do

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; White shortv riolros orintechdn,
red. yellow or the blue roses, are
fire sccegsoriec, for woar
with a navv coat or'-suit' this
spring. Pretty with gray, too.
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tain bonoets intpitri colpr, TilArpit
or cootole nIn qinnev rrieeq.
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By KAY SHERW0011
NBA Staff Writr

Plan .11 'Sunday bruth. As' a
hange of 'pace from dinners and
utet suppers, a, brunch, is fun
for guests, easy for the hosess and
kind to a limited entertaihment al alowance.
owance. alowance.
Keep the menu Matiageable,the
able oright and coloriul.
A wise and experienced hostess,
tow living in Fhiladelphia, gave
e some Naluable pointers, on
srunches yhich, have served me
ell. J,
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For the menu, include tomato or
ruit luicer: or citrus ottother fruit,
main dish, rollsc, lots,,of coffee,
nd re ishes, or green, salad.
The main dish can, be a easerole
it. chafing dish of a fairly,,hearty
haracter: baked eggs,, sausage
nd mushroom combination 4, or
am, aud.chicken, sauced together,
or ,example,
If- you' have a' large '''.4p2rtable
riddle and small, greu, indi.
idual orders "of pancakes Or
affles can be cooked.
I've found, however, there's apt
o be less confusioni especially if
he --dining area is small, when
ood is prepared in advance and
.ept over a candle warmer at the
ab e, so that guests can be lien!.
.d promptly. ,
A brunch tabie setting is much
he same as one for a simple buf.
et, and the key,to, a festive set- 4
mg is color.,
Agreeing with nie on that cdunt
; Miss Freda Diamond, famed 1
esigner of home furnishings which 1
Iclude a Treat .triantitrAt';1793d; 1
stly priced table-warC.

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Agreeing with tie on that cdunt ',' She' points out that bright, gay
5 Miss Freda Diamond, famed colors create a warm atmosphere
esigner of home furnishings which ind all entertain shotild be a
riclude a gteat quantity, of 4:,Iliod. warm, friendly krtlittik.nhat's a
stly priced tableware: '''' '' I ve7 ePeeifie reason',' she,says, to
In the past few years 4e's intro.4 Ma e your table settings as prat pratucect,t1s
ucect,t1s pratucect,t1s tO emerald -green,14 male ty and colorful 'a poible, 4, T.,
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an-made glassware, Her,Itewest '','Whete toda's brides' ire forth

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' : .. By 'M'A Ill .11"IiiE itik, meethilg ezid; ha' intiOdiWed 'to a
, grotiP of ,Strangers.H1' "-''' ",
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If you're over 80, you can get But the interestiiii thliig about
long with less 'Of quite' a few courage is, use a little of it and
lions -- fancy meals, .expensive --watch carefully --- .instead, 'of
actions, for lnstance. ', ...',- diminishing, i4smultiplies like. six.
But, the, one commodity $r 0 u tyl ;i4",- ,,, i ,,i' Nt it',.'1, 1,, .'.' ,, i',-
an't cut down C;11, or let like' un. : '. ----L.--- ,' ,
sed, is i'yeat.rourld',',,riock.round, i Q--My 7,,brdtlicri !,recently,i4led
ecessitY; courage.' a ',s.' ''' '''' and. sine& V MA rioXi468., kin; 1
, ', -,, ',"" am wondering if there are any
If you've-ever watched, a stroxe
atient start a commeba,ck with
st a wigg e of s finger tip,. you Social Security benefits- a, brolher
can, claimI-II..T., ,-,, -,.1',, -',,-;;" :'''.
ave seen courage in action. i A--Social Socurity pays a lump
One -of ;the sweeteat,,,smiles I sum benefit of up to $255 to tho
now is on the facedof an elder. vtifo" lor ','hual3atid' ,of,"110 ''covered
,woman who, has arthrttis of Person .Wficil dieV,reill, ifaho w a s
ie- hips ,and legs -so -she, must,
nil-, most ot her time, in, a not,inarriod,' to Whoever ,-....pays
the funeral oxponsei. .TO 1,eollect
'heel Idler. When 'she walks, it, tho death must bo naportod
( is painfullY,',,with. the help oi withiri two years. . ,.
go canes. ) ,. ., ,,,, , ,
!But the arthritis isn't quite se 1 '- ,',...., ,;,:,:. ','-' .' ..-1, t.-
,ad in her fingers.' At least,. 1,64'g
k .1 0 ill ''''. :.
Al. still draw, tunes -from, a pia,.! t !I '. -'a I, i'd' '
I, ,She, has such7 a repertoire of .' s- '. ';- .-.
,d.time songs, and 'she is so .311 e' I It ':
1,enerous with her talent, t b a t 'eact,y ei -39 er3
' th ring" '' '' -. ,- ,-, ,
,,i, living room. is a, ga e.. 1, ,
,)ot lor people years her, junior. VJASIdINIGTON tUP,) .,:- 'Books
4 An understanding,. chger.ui doc,:, on be bies, tire,:,' the ge4rnment's
'or often' ,can give, and older pambiggest sellers. ''' ',' ,'
ent, something Much more ellec- ,Infant-care",.1-accoubts for 10,-.
ive than a' prescription. ', -823,000 copies' of the 23 'million
"Plenty of 'optimism is ', the books on children 'sold, aeordieg
'est pill for an elderly persep," to the government printisg office.
ouis Kuplan' of Sacramento, ex. Mrs. ) Katherine J B Oettinger,
utive secretary of the Califor chief of the Sociat Security Ad.
la Citizens 'Advisory. Committee, ministration's ehildren's ', bureau
iid at a conference of experts said, the, great 'demand'for infant
o aging, "The wise' doetor seta care in,ormation Shows' a genuine
IL) certain goals-for that edler. concern -for the well.being of the
tpatient and tells him be ex. nation's children. :
ects him to 'reach these goals.'" Only one publication !)ut of the
!You' bave'te be brave to' go five top sellers is not concerned :
)1) hunting when your -are an wIth rearing:children. The excep,,
lolder" worker -,7 and -nowadays tion IS a book'et en. inCometex.,
,
lot can mean someone of 45. s! Also on the 10 best.seller list are
L'Older -workers often must ,,be publications on power plants of r
"1 .on themselves," an employ. aircraft' and a "Pilot's Weather
'Igency official said. s"Many Ilandbook."TheS7 kank eighth and, ''
st plain afraid of a ; new ninth.' ''.- ','''' ','- , l
new routine.. They want. a The government' else has left rio ,'
, ,iit, they1 want the old job." gap in information available to
II' you've never been'Ai "join, mothers about child care. Its pub.
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!," it even takes courage to go licatins cover 'the span from pre.

:y MR1. MURIEL LAWRENCE carelessnes that have irritated her
r t, s mother 'any more-4 than she can
Eleven-yearbld Essie has an p edge us a future Wholly purged of
ening chore. It's clearing the them. But that is vvhat we demand
.ble and putting its linen away that she do when we attacli her as
hile her mother and older sis- a "sloppy" child.
r ,do the flishes. , .;
One evening her mother re urn- Like us, Essie cannot change her,.
1 to the dining room just as Es- selr overnight. Alteration in her
e was stuting the tablecloth into begins slowly with the putting
e sideboard drawer. She snatch- right of each act of carelessness
it from her, crying, nhis is is, kt 5omes ,up.
e of my good damask clothst
sit at the crumbs you'Ve left in Usually, those 'of us who go
If ever there was a sloppy for these, generalized criticisms of
ild in this world; it's you!" children's "sloppiness'' or "dis-oh
This rebuke aroused such anger edience" or ,reshness" do so
Essie that she behaved born:- because 'We have not dealt with
ably for the rest o the evening. examples of these faults as they
A better rebuke would have came tie.
en, "please refold that table- But we regist-ted the examples
oth neatly.belore you, Tut ,it a- with resentrent. Each time Essie
ay." - Igneres yr Levert t she hang
-- up her coat,' pick up the newspa newspaIt
It newspaIt would have been because it per, take her apple core to the
itizied Essie's current act of kitchen, we think"what a slop sloprelessness
relessness sloprelessness instead- bf condom- py ehild she is!" ts
ng her general carelesness. Cradual4 we develop such. an
When we use a child's single int. Indelible imeires'sion of ter a a
'ceptable action to accuse him sloppy child, that we express it on
earelessness, ,disobedience or the east, provocation. We 4 bring
ome other general fadlt of char- to her treatment of the tablecloth
'ter, we create such discouran,e- all the conviction her past care careent
ent careent that he becomes angry with lesgness has gathered in us.
Fq,In Clrnot return to the! This &Ps nnt insnipo

7,nnot, return to th Pr This (Tor's rot inspirg affection
st to ra 'all the acts of ilor us ia
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..- :Young homemaker offers Sunday brunch in a springtime setting. Bouquet of white. yellow ,,
and orange flowers' complements yeffow cloth, gray napkins, charcoal tumblers end white chine. .,I
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desikns are found On, charcoal nate is in the wide selection of gi bouquet of white., yelldw
tornhiava i N. vyolgor 1 n AA ill,,,s. ...tt,....d .....1 ....t.t t --I

z CrYstAt 14ePtTs Jo cherry,' arms,'
lemon, lime-or oran0 ore Prettf
worn ,with backarouncolors
Boring. They entre in ropes' 'and
three, four end ffve-straod

1,"Older -workers often must ,,,be publications on power plants of 2.;::...-:.:,.----- -- -- '- '
"1 .on themselves," an employ. aircraft' and a "Pilot's Weather ' .",'' '-' ''
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''IgencY official said. s"Many Ilanclhook.",The$7. iank eighth and p 1. .f : i i
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st plain afraid of a new ninth.' ., ''' ' ' , 1 rOMO trig-- 4 el
new routine.. They want a The gove'rnment ilso has left no T u" ',
, ,,ut theyl want the old Job." gap in information available to p ' "111 v .',''''t
II' you've never been a "join, 'pothers about, child care. Its pub. ..!, :t.
r," it even takes courage to go licatins cover 'the span from pre. se3nOrtat t Icy ...
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your first golden age c lub natal care to adolescence.' r
11- By-ALICIA HART---.
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WASHINGTON (NEA)-- Improv.
ing overseas reputation of the Am American
erican American girl is the 'pecial assign.
Kent just handed AO An-official of
the United States informallon "A "Agency.,
gency., "Agency., 1
Miss Virginia Geiger, recently
anpointed head of' USIA's new
,Woments Activities Office, has the
job of, convincing the gals in for foreign
eign foreign countries that the average A
merican female ds, tot' veld o m I.
neering careerist or empty-headed
glamor girl.
The former foreign service fa:
dal explains that these are two
of the most common misconcep.
tions that foreigners have about
U.S. women. Ideas that they are
ill mannered, disrespectful to old
People an d responsible for the
'country's skyrocketing juvenile
deinquency also are prevalent,
she says.
In order to correct these impres. I
sions, Miss Geiger is organizing a
worldvvide campaign which will
combine the efforts, of the USIA
with those of' U.S. and foreign
women's groups. -',
Recently she has been ending
out these organizations to deter.
mine what kind of projects would
be most effectiye in promoting U.
S. womanhood abreed,
' "I think the' women of foreign
countries have an insatiable curi curiosity
osity curiosity about almost every aspect of
our life," Miss Geiger s a y 3.
"They're eager to find out hoy
other women's organizations got
s',,.ted and Wirt they have achicv
ed."

ETNY 1Y

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The last.minute rush before
party rattles many- a hostess., Do
the preparation in bits. If you to
ti work, dust and polish'the,night
before And round up needed sup supplies.
plies. supplies. Then you will have time to
relttle lit a, warm.tub before,your
guestg arrive.

rein' a, warm.tub beforcyour
'' Chanel showi' printed' ehiff guestg arrive. ti
dresses hemmed with a row of
artificial flowers. , '
' ulTurryuo meals". are maktpg

$ illotiLj -LW 211r910 ma v. .....to
., From Paris conies the idea' of many cooks efficiency experts.
wearing a red ,!or whitg camellia, The trick is to efiminate as ITIPTIY
Dn a belt or at the, 6( Yeueskiart Jobs jot' .' possible; and heorebino,
'If you run out'Of,camellias, a red, Jobs, t:For exanirle,xt, wag', 4ind,
or white carnation wonid prolmbly chop all fregh vegetables fat' the
do.just is, welt .: , ,s, (isles, mopts at the same time. Put
'' ' -- . in the refirgerator, ready tb eat.
The stretch, belt in elastic -",-- 1 ''
strawcioth is back in fashion for If an appliance suddenly chugs
towing, It'a, nig rit', ,t0 beo' won. to y halt, enn't Pattie,. It msv be
high around Ilicl, middle, a,Cemes,, ,ona gling simile, like', a -loose
in pastels, lac and na, vyil,too,;', rut and belt, Or'illik outlet rlug
,
' "---- : has been dislodge& Be a "titrhten.
'' Among the nrettiest shoes ,for er", onti' saVe calls to 'appliance
snring are the colored Patent servicemen. :'
le'dhars! red and navy,:, ThPre,'s ' ' '"';'
a French blue, too, Some of ,these ''' ''
have .flower print linings. Shopping for grotterieS without
, I F, ICI Vir
,
' "'",""" Ali., ,V l',( A list loads to Interesting &sem,
The ratnral lintm handbag park. Pries', when ', Inil 'Wet r'lluin;,,Get,
ed up with soling .flowers ,, and in the, habit 4 checking all stor,
rovered with clear vinyl, it a fa., age shelves to see, what essentials
shion bet for wesr.now and later. need renienishino. This will SaVe
Easy to keep cleano, too, ., , a late night trek to the corner

re : l'amilyr,spends many weeit emu
Plate Sunday '-hrealtfast ,-18,,O ati 'their suromer home in El ,Va.
gractou way to tit down with a where they enjoy hikini, na,
soll,11; group of friends. Scram, tore t study, andi swimming., ,Tbej
bled ggs With bacon,- 'ham or haile three' horses which are rid,
, sausage and plenty of fruit juice den by different members of thc
and,cOffee ere emote, to prepare. family. ;;
,Tolf.the menu With lmt rolls t On ,Carmonfs. principal ambition
hisditeivith, jant"or,honey;. Is,4e' be good secretary. She
: feels that this-is a particular,
'Material in Baby'S leo nod Ale. ly good field for a girl and es;
,tatea hOw-it is washed.; pacially so if, she has a college
oads kenerallr may te, washed education. ,---
-by mechlne in 'hot suds: Mut rub. In ,no other profession', I she
berized flannelette should be wash says, -would she hart so good an
able bv..hond and' In: warm' suds, opportunity ,to, take a 'job in a
not' hot water.. ',field of her choice. With her -col,
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Miss Virginia Geiger

i She, explains tbey ,are especial-,
ly interested in learning how tq or
ganise and run programs, t b a't
deal -with social welfare and aid
tit the handicapped.
:The 36-year-old government of official
ficial official iiones the educational camp campaign
aign campaign -will prove that file average
American woman is actually a ve.,
ry generous, sincere, hard-working
Orson. Miss Geiger adds ,that
these qualities make the, best -btu
pfe'ssion on foreigners.
She reminds American women

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r 1 Merce2es
r .:,;,Jr College
class of '58, was chosen to
receive the Canal. Zone Col College;
lege; College; Club scholarship,. she
,became the first second gen generation
eration generation girt,to receive a similar-
honor. -The scholarship is
awarded annually 'to :an, out outstandingJunior
standingJunior outstandingJunior College rad raduate
uate raduate to complete. her ,educa ,education
tion ,education in the United States.'
Carmen's mothers, Merce Mercedes
des Mercedes Alegre of Panama, now
Bartley' Smrth of Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, was the Club's choice to
receive a' Scholarship- wh,lch
was awarded to the Club in
1928,.by.,the College ,of St.
Tersel in Winon-a, Minn. ,,,
Quiet and ',Un 000, -Carm
has a natural ..beauty

and cligniiy of manner which
along' witif'htr scholastic 4-
: b
titude it ,expeect. o nng
credit' to the Co. liege 'Cluti
when she usps her scholar scholarsh
sh scholarsh rp to enroll In Simmons
College in. Sston, Mass. ilext
fait:
' She plans to major in bus
ness, feels thsat i',dpgree
in this field; along mith,her
Sof :the Ited
,
Statis and the Latin 'Ameri 'American
can 'American puntriei; and ,her,'ability

te speak' both( English, and

Spanih fluently,:iVill, enable
her to qualify for slop sec secretarial
retarial secretarial job. Whether she,de she,decid4S,to
cid4S,to she,decid4S,to entirloreign service
or p'tate.,,enterprize, the, op4
porfunittesl. for'''.advancernent
are Unljmited; ',she ',says, 'if

she wants a career. L
Carmen, who wiU celebrate her
20th ,,birthday soon, was,, b cs, r,n
and hat grown ,up, in, theCanal
Zone. She learned Spanish thefore
she learned English but attended
Canal Zone schools and speaks
both languages' with ease.
In addition ,to shhigh scholas scholastic
tic scholastic status (she has maintained a
high 134 averagaNthroughoot,Aigh
-school arid,college)..abe.lins,beeP
energetic in extra-eurricular actl actl'vides
'vides actl'vides in both high school a n d
college. -
She. is editor of Conquistador,"
the Junior College yearbook? trea.
surer of the Student ,Association,
'and as treasurer of oher,L fresh freshmen
men freshmen ',college. class, She bat., perm.
ed ow-various, committees thrOuglt,
out her college and high school
years. t 1
Carmen enjoys music and plays
both' the piano and the saxophone.
She played the saxophone in the
high, 7tchoolchorus.
Although,' the' enjiiya crassical'
music she particularly likes the
fast Latin musie,,, and ,espeetally
the Panamanian, tunes'
Although not an ,ithlete,. she
enjoys swimming and riding. ,The
l'amilyr, spends many week ends
ati their suromer home in El Na Nalle,'
lle,' Nalle,' where they enjoy hiking, na nature
ture nature r study, andi swimming., limy
haile three' horses which are rid ridden
den ridden by different members of the
family.
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, tarmenfe principal ambition
is,,,to be good secretary- She,
feels that this-is a particular,
ly good field for girl and es-
pecially so if, she has a college
education-
In na other pioressid, she
say', Avould she have so good an
opportunity ,to, take a 'job in .a 1

to always diseday them when traV.
eling overseas .or entertaining tot.
eigners in this country. ,
!When you are overseas, yott
are so ',much more than your,.
self," she:declares., 'Yott are the
,American;Woman."

'- Since beginning hee job; MiSS
Geiger has been.aslounded to learn
how much U.S. women's clubs are
already doing in the foreign field.
She says it is,bard ,to find a wean wean1
1 wean1 an's organization that is not carry carrying',
ing', carrying', on some kind of international
prOgram.
Projects include' sending ,repre ,represeittatives
seittatives ,represeittatives to international wom woman's
an's woman's conferences, aiding the stu-'
dent exchang program and' con.
res-nonding -witilsneonle oVerseas.
Miss Geiger's ability to under understand
stand understand 5'foreign attitudes results
from the years she worlted for
the-, government 'overseas. H e r
foreign assignments,have included
a stint as secrotary to the dentily
chief Iof the Yoreign' toinomici
Administration inMogota,Celem inMogota,Celembiat
biat inMogota,Celembiat English advisor to the,min the,ministrios
istrios the,ministrios edlicOion it-ores:And
the4,Dontinloan Republic and as.
sistant educational officer in Kyu Kyushu",
shu", Kyushu", Japan. ''"
4
Celt:et' enjoys skiniming,
cooking, refinishing furniture end
oil 41:minting. But she confesses
doubts about hei artislie
, Shp complains that whenever
peopleSee berjrpaintlnathe,
timply say. "How interesting."
She feels it's tta real, clue to bow
they are thinking," she says
"because that's my, phrase -when
there's nothing else to say." 1

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' TWO SCHOLARSHIP WINNBRS, Mrs. Bartley Smith and her daughter Catinen Mercedes,
in their Diablo Heights home. Carmen was a warded the Canal Zone College Club scholar scholarship
ship scholarship yesterdaY, 30 'years after her mother Mer cedes Alegre, was aWarded'a 'Willer scholarship
lege background, which she' hopes tive spaciour frame house ', sur- Pa thc elecleit, is 'in his ien ienwill
will ienwill enable. her to work f 0 r a rounded by tropidal plants and ior year at the Umversity 'of New
high ranking executivkin business trees 'in Diablo. Tastefully decor- Mode, He received a NiiVal R.'
or government, she feels that ated 'with an assortment of inter- 0.T-C., scholarship' and. ls inajor.
she will have the opportunity to esting pieces of furniture,- It ing in, Inter-Amencan
increase, her knowledge' of what- gives ,theimpression of ,a 'home Another daughter,' Marlorie,
ever 'field 'she chOoses 'end thus that islived in and elijoyed by a be graduated' Iroin Balboa
be in line for promotions to' high- family: High School in June .at the' same
et positions she .wants a Is addition ter Carnien there itime ,as, the. youngest son, Ptalph,
reel are' three' other.' thildren. finishes Junior High.
Carmen has already had soma

will enable. her to work f 0 r a
high ranking executivkin business
or government, she feels that
she will have the opportunity to
increase her knowledge' of what whatever
ever whatever 'field 'she ehOoses 'and thus
be in line for promotions to' high.:
et positions if site .wants a ca..
rem ,
Carmen ,bas already bad some
experience in the field of -govern.
ment an& international, relations.
When President Eisenhower and r.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles were in Panama in 1956,
the official photographer for the
President needed, a person who
knew the country and, spoke Span.
ish and English.
I Carmen had just gridunted
.
from high school and, was rec recommended
ommended recommended for the job. She spent
three days with the delegation
North and South ,Anierican pres.
idents and president.- elects, ae aecompaning
companing aecompaning them to he airport
,visitors on sightseeing
tdurs of the IstlintitiTtnd attend attended,
ed, attended, the .Stutoiteeeption liven 'by
the President; of Panama., Her
work was to write captions f or
the pictures taken by the photo photographer
grapher photographer from Washington. It was
an interesting and exciting first
additionto her studies. In 1
preparation for a career,. Car.
Mon Is hating taught homernak.
Mg and how to. cook hy her
mother who firmly helloed that
her daughters should be pro.'
pared for, both -sr ,aareer a n d

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, IMereedis twas gra ua e
Panama Normal School, studied 1
gnglisn in the Canal Zone,' and
attended Saint Teresa College in
the United States. However,' it
was not until after she had mar married
ried married a young Canal Zone engL
'neer, from...,Terre I n d.,
and spent some time in the Unit- 1
ed States that' she learned to
cook. tatin girls accustomed to
many aervmts never leer ne d
homemaking and how to coolc,
in those days, she says.
t When she first began cocilt
slip realized that' it was an art
and an instrument' for one's ere ereative
ative ereative talents. Her interest became
a, hobby and has grown, into ,.s
part.time jolt She now iliVes
cooking lessons in her h o m e,
stressing the nutritional values of
the many tropical ,, fruits and
vegetables and the ,many Inter Interesting
esting Interesting ways to prepare them,
Vercedes, also, teaches Spanish
as a substitute teacher in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools, but her career !,
is that of 'housewile and mother,
Isdr.1 Smith la. an electrical en- 1
gineer with the,ranania Canal
Company.. cr ,
The Smitha live Is 'an .attrac

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avul, ,tro Ict.1.,-,oti,,, tti, ,tV tm wl.?
chief 'of the Yoreign' EcOnomics
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Administration, in. ,Bnliota, COlom- .. ,
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hikt Enelish advisor to the,min. t .0;04 (3
tstriPs ot edtic0On Iti Korea:And ', ..- SLIP 'COVERS ..k
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onss Geleer enjoys skiniming, ''' ,
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oil 4oainting, But she confesses ,Ikli,
doubts about hei artislie kbility. mEnss
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4timplY SOY. "How interesting.," ',i No. 5 VIA ESPANA ,, ,
She feels it's "a real, clue to bow , , 1,
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they are thinking," she says Tel. 3-19117
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"because Viat's my, phrase -when -, t I ll I lk 11
there's nothing else to say." i 1 ''
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':' was awarded to the Club: in .,.
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,, ship yesterday, 30 lears,after .her mother, Dler gedea Alegre,. was aWarde, d', a'slnillar scholarship ,' ,...,:,
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,,, high' ranking executivkin business trees ,in Diablo. Tastefully decor. Me4co, He received .'a NilVill R. '''. :'-'' )
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PANAMA.' CAIIAL BRIDE
, A ,Story Of toiistructioil'. Days
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; MRS. PARKER, 'who came to the Canal ss the bride or a con con,
, con, struction day employe, remembers the trials, tribulations and
t joys of her life'en the Isthmus. She now lives at 319 Chestnut
- Street, Coatesville, Pa. Her book of which these chapters are
a part, was published by the Exposition press. It is being
'be.! t serialized In The Panama American with. her permission.

- We chatta a while and' then
be left I was all agog. Jackson
-Smith, I thought, a man so ma..
ligned, a man about whom so
many fantastic stories' of his ex ex,
, ex, :plots in Socth Americah hav e
been told, a man who is sdppos sdppos',ed
',ed sdppos',ed to be so unapproachable Why,
I found him charmitg..
As I sat there thinkging about
'my distinguished visitor, a Inv
;brown bug went scuttling across
the floor. I screamed. A
Sarah laughed. '"Dat's a cock cock-
- cock- roach, mum. You'll get used ter
, dem. Dey come in from.boutside,
mistress.'
And so began the 'Battle of the
Insects, which I soon realized
3was but ,a petty side- skirmish.
The real battle front was, the
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THE FIRST AND LOST
PORTANT ROUND OF THE Bat.
',tie of the Insects had been won,
, and won gloriously., bY, Colonel
Gorges and his department, In In-
- In- stead of a pest hole, Panama, had
becoMe a very healthful ,place in
which to live. Charlie had ,writ ,written
ten ,written me about the, days in 1905
',when-employes wete coming down
with yellow fever and. dying
,vernight, when malaria was at
- its height and ships' returning to
the States were overcrowded with
- frightened men. Cblonel Gorge's
had recognized the stegomyia
, anopheles mosquitoes as deadlY
enemies and had conqured them.
'Even now, howeYer; a 'constant
,'' watch was'necessary: Ditches had
been dug te drain the'. swamps.
and the sanitary laborer, a .tant
iof oil on his back 'with a long
boae attached, wad- ; a -common
' sight as he made his rounds to
, Imre, nossible breeding places ef
the prolific pest. As a matter -of
fact. had yet to see mv first
mosquito, so Well was the t con con:
: con: stant patrol maintained.
Ants were something else. They
,, were omnipresent-41e black ants
and little red ones. We learned
to keen sugar in' the leebox and
,the table legs in oil. We could
Inever leave candy a dish.. It
would be overrun before we could
turn: around. ,When we 'had
, friends in to "tea,, we' didn't, even
apologize If the cake or cookies
were covered ?Jab them. 'We non nonchalantly
chalantly nonchalantly tapped the dish, which
made them ,sturrY off, or put it
on the back of the stove for a
minute.
' With New England' zeal. deck-
. ed to grow some vegetables. I
planted the ieeds 'and was de.:
lighted to see' the little Plants
growing so fast. But, alas, one
morning. I found n o t hi n g but
sterna. Every single green leaf
Ilad disappeared during the niqht.
, I noticed a tiny narrow path from
mv garden to,om clumn of nearbv
bushes. Scurrying back and forth
,syere black ants; each one !env.,
ing the garden was covered ith
niece of green leaf.
, As I stood there watching .the
: hnay little army. heard a high
, falsetto voice calling. "Madant, to
boy? Madam; to buv?"
i: I turned to see a wrinkled 'old
Chinese. He wore a loose shirt (.1
ver his pajamlike trousers. ,A hie
straw hat with a wide- c r e d
:brim like an oversized lampshade
' protected him from the sun. A
, cross his shoulders was a long
bamboo pole on either end of
which hung a squarish basket fill.
ed with fresh vegetable, long
green beans and tiny tomatoes;
"Madam, to buy'," he repeat,
ed..'"Flesh tomatiesi Sling beans
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, "Look, Johnny!" exclaimed,
'Pointing to Ihe bare 1 t e m a.
"Look at my garden! All ruined!

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How do you keep the ants froml
your plants?"
"Yes," he grunted, "umblella
ants. Ve ly bad. All time kill 'em.
All time vel) busy."
I turned my attention to his
baskets and bought a few of the
tiny tomatoes and the strange
long beans. r decided the umbrel umbrella
la umbrella ants were too much of a prob problem
lem problem for me and I gave up trying
to raise any vegetables.
It was the dry season now and
my next bout was With fleas.
They took possession of the en entire
tire entire house, especially the bed.
Sleep was impossible. But these
we finally conquered. After the
rainy season started, we hadt no
further trouble.
.But ,roachesi Like the rats of
Pied Piper fame, they gave us
no rest. We used poison and kill killed
ed killed them. ttightly, keeping them
at a minimum.
- However, our victory over the
insects was, a doubtful 'one-. ,We
fought them first, on one fr on
then on another but wet never
did-completely ,tnquer them,
The Battle of he Canal was a
different story; This battle tad
been in progress ever since the
French tegaro,worit ln 1880. The
Canal bad been' contemplated
sincelDe time of Charles V, t of
Spain, but the idea bad been giv given
en given up when Philip II argued a against
gainst against the proteet, quoting as his
reason the passage from the Bi Bible:
ble: Bible: ',What God bath joined to
gether( let no man' put asunder."
Long. before-, it was decided
whether the Canal should .be a
,sea-level or a lock type. it was
recognized that Culebra Cut Would
have tO he dug in IttlY caseCu caseCulebra,,
lebra,, caseCulebra,, where the Cordilleras of
North 'and South', America- were
to be ieverecL The Yrench,1 with
their AnadectUate .auipment', and
fever-infrked laborers, had ac accomplished
complished accomplished a surnrisinv amount
of excavation before they had
to admit their dent. Now we
had taken up the, fight. '1
The big oroblem for us w a s
not the' health of the men, which
had caused the failure of the
French. The current battle WaS
the excavation and disposition of
huge anounts of soil and rock
from the Cut. much of which had
to be dynamited before it ..coulcl
be dug 4113 ,and, loaded onto ears
and hauled away. Heart-breaking
delaya due to slides, which often
covered the shovels and Part of
the track, only spurred the men
on, Sometimes- they would .work
all night extricating their ahovela.
Twenty-eight shovels giants. in
comparison with the inadequate
types used by the French were
working in the Cut at this time.
some of them hvo hundred feet
1 above the others, on shelves on
1 which tracks had been laid. It
rwas a' gigantic problem in rail railroading,
roading, railroading, but Mr. Stevens was pri primarily
marily primarily a railroad man, as were
his assistants,, old,' construction
men familiar with tropical condi conditions.
tions. conditions. In fact, so efficient w a s
this part of the organization that
it was estimated that a carload
of dirt or rock was removed ev every
ery every Dv...seconds in eack working

Imp: anutlin3 OI 3011 aria rocx - '
from the Cut. much of which had WASHINGTON (UP)---The num-1
to be dynamited before it would ber of idle 'workers drawing un-,
be dug ,up ,and, loaded onto cars employment henefits dropped dur durand
and durand hauled away. Heart-breaking int the weelt,Onded April, 19 for'
delaya due to slides, which often the first,figie in three weeks, the
covered the shovels and Part of Labor Department reported (yes;
the track, only spurred the men terday. c 4 : ,'' i ,"i,
on, Sometimes- they would .work It said 3,332,000 .;. unemployed
ell night extricating their ahovilq. workers were on state benfit
Twentyeight shovels giants. in rolls, a drop of 30,700! from the
comparison with the 'inadequate prvious week. ,
types used by the French -- were The department also said, the
working in the Cut at this time, number of newly laid-off workers
some of them hvo hundred feet filing, their first claimi for jobless
above the others, on shelves on beneas declined to 423,000 in the
which tracks had been laid. It week of April 26, a drop of 23,300.
was a' gigantic problem in rail- The report was welcome news
roading, but Mr. Stevens was pri- to the administration in its fight
marily a railroad man, as were against the business slump since
his assistanta,, old,' construction the ,number of workers on unent unentmen
men unentmen familiar with tropical condi- Ployment benefit rolls usually- is
Hons. In fact, so efficient w a s an accurate index to overall em emthis
this emthis part of the organization that ployment trends, '
It was estimated that a carload About half the nation's workers
of dirt, or rock WWI removed ev- are coverqd ,by the state insur.
err fire seconds in each working drawing benefits had risen to a
day. I became aware of the,postwar high of 3,363,300 in the
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spied of this work-, when farrivi
ed in Gorgona..Dirt trains whiz whizzed
zed whizzed througir the town at regular
intervals..
Charlie'took me to see the tin.
loading 'of 'these trains.,, It was a
thrilling sight, Virith a sort of plow
e,nnicted bra cable to a special)
engine, attached ,to the- rear of
the train. after tt 'arrived at the
dump,. the dirt WaS plowed quick quickly
ly quickly off tho'open- side of 'the ,,f1,at
ears.: etr, spreader earn.) -along
and spread the dirt,,, after
which came a track shifter, which
moved 'the track over to receive
more dirt., : ,,,
ti t C hi b t'
,excava on a u e ra u
was the most spectacular 'part of
rthe tBattle-L of theCanal- during
the Brst,year of my life in Pana Panami.,
mi., Panami.,
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ITO EIE CONTINkED
...',':. NEXT WEEK) :.:

, 52 Best :,
Pidure Awards
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and World-Wide
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darting
DAVID NIVEN
CANTINFLAS
"' ROBERT NEWTON'
SHIRLEY MacLAINE
, featuring 44 "Cameo" Stars
TecuNicotoge
Screenplay by JAMES POE. JOHN FARROW and
S. J. PERELMAN From the Classic by JULES
VERNE Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON

2'SripWs! ,--; At 5:00 and 9:007;.17-' I initilr
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NO ONE nill be allowed to enter until the

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By Sp3 Barry Gayle Jr. ,
"This is CM, the Caribbean
Forces Network." says the an announcer
nouncer announcer as residents of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus lean back and relax for a pel
riod of listening and viewing ent.
ertainment. -
May 6 marks the second anni anniversary
versary anniversary of CFN-TV,, i4 months of
continuous in:ormation and entert entertainment
ainment entertainment furnished by a statiGn th
began on a shoe-string budget of
men and equipment.
It is organized' with modern e equipment,
quipment, equipment, studios and concepts
a crew and staff. of trained
and taented personnel.
- In celebration of its 'anniversa 'anniversary,
ry, 'anniversary, CFN-TV extends to its viewing
public an invitation to drop in
Tuesday- for "Open, House. A
three-hour-long birthday party will
be held on the CFN lawn at Fort
Clayton beginning at 6 o'clock in
the morning. -;
, The entire party will be telecast
and will consist of a live outdoor
show featuring The Velvatones,
The Cotton Pickers, The G a y
Spots, The Johnson Boys and The
Dixie Cats with interviews with the
staffers of CFN and visitots "re-.
Sent. 7 4
The 534th Military Police Detach
ment of Fort Clayton will present
the network a birthday cake.
From 11 to 11:30 it.m.' CFN-TV
sill feature the entire 776th Air
Force dance band for easy' listen listening
ing listening pleasure. The 79th Army Band
from Fort Clayton will offer a 30.
minute musical show beginning at'
2 p.m. and wil return Iater-on Pa Panorama
norama Panorama Spotlight.
CFN-TV functions in the Can-.
al lons to servo the armed,
forces porsonnel stationed 4 hors
and to afford them information,
oducation and antertaiiimont, but 1
it is also available for- viewing I
to rosidonts of tho Canal Zone
and Republic of Panama.
, Thi; 'staffers of the station' 'put
in long hourt of preparatory workl
for the shows that appear, en your
TV screen. ;
A viewer need onfy turn on the
set,, make an occasional adjust adjustment
ment adjustment or. two, and sit back to en enjoy
joy enjoy the show, Taking as an exam.'
ple CFN.TV's six-night weekly, Pa Panorama
norama Panorama show, private, ensig
captain. yeoman,- Mr. or Mrs, Pub Public
lic Public need only flick the dial to view

Idie US War

Benefits ShoNlcs(

't iveek :.glidecrAplit :.1.2,''i:. '..'.'::.:-,3-;,:-:-..
The Labor Department issued
its report as the,House Appropria.
tions Committee approved an' ex,
tra 26 million dollars to, enable
the government t continue to op operste
erste operste its own unemployment coin.
pensation program to r Korean
War veterans and federal w2ric w2ricBut
But w2ricBut the cOmmittee assailed the
administration tor What it said
was its reluctance to recognize
tho "serious unemployment situa.
tion. ; until forced to do so."
The committee's action followed
Ipassage by the House Thursday of
a modified version of President
Eisenhower's plan for extending
the state ; administered unem unemployment
ployment unemployment programs for,other job jobless
less jobless workers. 1
The White House said the Pres President
ident President : was ',"gratified". by r the
House action and "hopes, the Sen,
ate will act speedily.' ,

orld's folost Honored Show

MICHAEL TODD'S
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90 minutes of world and local nem
!news from the theaters throughou,
the Isthmus, loca civi.ian and mil military'
itary' military' entertainers anti pertinent
announcements. :
, As a rule, John Q. Public is a a,
, a, ware' of onbr the 90 minutes pre presented
sented presented to him. But an average o
12 manhours of preparatory work
goes into the production o, Fano Fanorams
rams Fanorams daily.
, Eight members, of. the staff are
actively engaged daily presenting
the show to the Public. Master of
ceremonies for Panorama Sp3 Joe
Daly keeps the show, moving, in int,erviews
t,erviews int,erviews guests, Introduces entert entertainment
ainment entertainment and is the newscaster for
the show. Sp3 Jack Hawkinson 'is
the 'sports announcer, Sp3 Hass
Simm or Pfc Dave Platts ,an ,announces
nounces ,announces the theater schedules And
coming events on the Isthmus. Spe
cial. sets are frequently required
for the program. They are design designed
ed designed and constructed by, staff artist
Sp3,James GiampaolL Two cam cameramen
eramen cameramen are needed sit well as a
director. Generally, Sp3 Jim Duex
directs Panorama. It is his'' re-.
sponsible for' the qualitY of the
picture and loOnd, that gqes out
lover the air. 4 4
Heading UN is Capt 'Bruce W.
Parrish who recently arrived here
from Walter Reed Army Hospital
Washington,-.D.C.. There, Par Parrish
rish Parrish rap the closed-circuit color
TV network for the hospital.. He
took 'command from Maj. John P.
Morrissey under whose, .command
CFN-TV was born; :
'r 'Staffers at CFN get the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to learn- rho complete
yorkings of a TIP station. They
aH double in 'as producers 1
tors, ,cameramon,: set builders,
announcers, script writers and
audio and video engineers. Thil
-gives them an over-alf pictuns of
the problems of each department
-and aids ,thern ln 'their SPeciei
' Pamons names in the entertain-,
ment world have 'visited and ap appeared
peared appeared -on emm, During ; t e
past, Christmas season the stars
of the locally filmed, 'The Naked
and, the, Dead," Cliff Robertson,
'Aid Ray', and, Raymond Massey
were presented in'. readings', 'of
famous Christmas:stories,
Film' actresi Terry Moore 'Who
inakes',her home iv Panania' be between
tween between filnisOlas sppeared on CM

ers urawin
crease
Senate Republican Leader Wil William
liam William F. Know land (CaliQ, whe
visited ,thr White Friday
morning, predicted the ,Senate,
would accept the House version:
But Sen. Paul H. 'Douglas (1)-111.)
said he fwould light dor the mow.
liberal Democratic" plan the House
rejected.'
The Eisenhower plad,would ex extend
tend extend present ',unemployment ,com.
pensation benefits by 50 per cent,
ThiS 'would. range from a few
weeks in soine Southern states to
'15 weeks in Pennsylvania. ,The
Democratic planr provided for. a
flat 16-weeks extension
, In approving -the extra funds
for the government's benefit pro program,
gram, program, the 'appropriations etunmit.
tee noted that'"this is the second
time ', within ,, less k than ,f our
months" that Congress eas forced
to come up with extra :ftmds to
keep it. going. ,
"This has been' made necessary
by 'the serious unemployment Sit Sitnation,"
nation," Sitnation," the cOm mittee said,,
"and the refusal of some ,to give
it recognition until, forced to do
, Its latest likures off oper-
tion of the regular state.adminis.
tered ( unemployment tompensa.
tion program, the Labor Depart Department
ment Department said the percentage of work workers
ers workers drawing benefits dropped to 8
per,,cent in the April 19 week,
This compared with 8.1 per cent
in the previous week.- A year ago,
only 3.7, per cent of the insured
workers were drawing benefits.
The department said the decline
reflected a seasonal upturn in con.
struction and other ',Outdoor work.
California, with a decrease of
22,400, led ar states reporting
decrease in ,, insuredunemploy.
ment. ,
' Other. States showing, declines
included New York, 6,300; ,Wash.
ington state, 5,300; Indiana, 3,100;1
and Arkansa's, 3,000. 4 ,1
The 'ONLY Theatre on
thelsthmtts where this
Super-Speetacle will be
,
- F PRICESr$150 4'1:007.
- r1RICESr$1.50 41:00 7
the picture has started, i
next show S'
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ICARNIVAT AT CFN: Television 'carnOras grind beside'. the 'CIPN
Festiviy:tostnined celebrants gather 'on tile' lawn-1(11.S.

numerous times,' Others havei In-' :''
tiuded comiojoer Bishop. Kather,,
yn and Arthur Murray, ABC' tett:
mentator 'Arthur Van Horn,' Col.
umbia, Records executive ---:Mitch
Miller ( and Metrdpolitan ,pera
star Blanche Theborn.
Other famous personalities who'
have appeared On the station are
INS feature writer Thillis Bette.
le, evangelist! Billy Graham and tl.;
Gladys- Zender,.1958 Miss 'UM- 4
verse.'- ,
CF1421"V-bas been lioded fer ,its
coverage!. of such !events as the
meeting -of the Congress of the 4,
Ortinization of' 'American,: States ,;
andAhe Preidents, the'Vherl-,,'
can Republics, the last
dential election,, -the large Army
exercise CARBI.EX,-the recent Pa.
namanian fire disater in San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel and services rendered in ton.
nection with the Vnited Fund
Drive, ',, : P'. ,'

, Working together with VSAR.
CARIB Signal Corps photograph.
ers,.CFN-TV has been able to bring
its viewers films of more than 50
special events almost immediately
after they have happened., By to.
pld transportation: of a quickly
developed negative, an event.'
sometimes, seen 'on 'CFN.TV be before
fore before the spectatr cat get 'borne
to his' television 'set.
A new addition to 'the CFN.TV
schedule is the presentation of
feature.lefigth films:Beginning last
night'"The .Fridar, Night Theater7
the Department of Defense ,,re.
cently purchaseefilms. -The' mov.
les will be enCored on ,"Sundap
Matinee"' at 2 Om e,
, CFN.TV staffers also double for,
roles in CFN.Radio.' Army, 'Navy,
Air Force' ant- civilian 'persOnnel
at the Etation total, 28, ,,t
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:FAMOUS VISITOR lilas ter- of Ceremonies. of the' nationally
'aired "ItTlie-ArtherMurray Itatheiyri-Murray-appears
here' on CFN-Tv during sa visit 'tO Panama last. year with her
husband, famous dance 1,nstructor 'Arthur Iklurray.! and polum polum,,
,, polum,, ,
bla Records axecutive ILItch 1,111cr.(113. Array rEotoY
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REPAIR Atir Tome' TSgt. Charles Jones th ecks a inalfunctron of one of CFN's projectors.
Jones is ope 'of the, radio and television' iniineers at the itation,(11.S Army Photo) m

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going on the air, 'Joe's day begins' at 6 am: with a radio (11,51c
jockey show and ends With the 90-minute live Panora4ia shog.
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there It you bring this popes:slater to your,e3'eti,
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, how Many persool react differently. to 'Obtain the
dOstred,egect SotOe triti tad it'necessary to stare
iktr. Itlerent Nectiotto et the drawing: pthers Witt the
IIIusion. holds forth 'at lesser or greater distances
from- the eye, or,,wheil the, paper to held at no ogle;
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colony Itt Alextuldria,' Egoypt, ',. andrla, however, the shadow of
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'tioa,: ;),,: 4, 4' ,1 - The question of. how tratoi- '4J(1.4 113,1416 49"14a "4 '"niug ''''i i
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at, Atlethadria,.oear the city of enee Of the earth from that bi-
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Tat type lett; opi Orothicli leltds ittr the jail, ;
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just 148 of on't ,'oircumierende, 4 with 'bears suortito mesa. .; 414o ant I; Itt Neato7puv 'Albotuautsia ,It in not necessary to All all Of t:114 6101n1 in- the.
lit olowoxidoe 1 of ONnq littlasoutilue ..- --
Wilk thus measures : 800 X 48 iitirements with the Instruments of ': of aoluni I, el siorieLogrolop ci trou, lower los 0 T.0 Identify, Missing letters of -the
miles 24,060 miles.' This fig4, ; modem lidenee."-; 244002 : Mlle" 1-, sliev.; anti !iv lampoul us aolcos key, words, but It la Interesting tO note how many
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: ;' what? (John 19;23) -,- ..
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; 17-4-Note in the scale.' -' ; .,-
- --"18-rGod, kept this from the fleece
- '; and let the grotind be covered
with it (Judi!. 6:40)
ri,,.-loilF cherubins had this of
- man (Eta. 1:5). ,, i -
' IVine i -,' .,
- .,. 63-7By what did Jtsus sit when he
,,1 asked for a drink from a
.. ,' woman ps Samaria? (Jolt)) 4:5)
. 5-13;oop. 1, .. i,
- 6.4-1.4uncit Or dinnei.," -, 0 ;
. 8MusicaPpipe. ''-
, 10Ond of the words -of the hand hand"
" hand" writing bn the wall (Dan. 5427)''
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68Cleave.1, ;, .", 'f' . '" '
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' 41Male of red deer.
,.. 3Prevaritation. .,,
x 4,Son of Alcah (Gen. 22;22)
I
8Leisurely walks- ., ,,
50In exceSsive degree. '''
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54--Kind olnhomp.-; L
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. r-Shost. 4,1 11 :- ,- i. t
,, 8aniel ourned tor three full
1, ones (Datt,;19:2) .
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t4Spoke. I ,. i ,. -', ,,
$ 68-,-Ooze. da I,. ,"'' i
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ti 9-.Necessity t ; 4 ,.
. 14.-The Hot. 0 '' :
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, 1 etayed three daYs (Acts 28 12)
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wow quickly: can you find
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ordintu7 that you wotdd think
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it at all and, In fact, nothing
11. But it is unusual. Why?
If you study It ind thbrit
about It you tnay find out, but
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in any way.1 No doubt, if you
work: oi it fpr long, it will
dawn on you. Who known'',
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10,11emasi was one (1 Chr. 6:33)
11,-,Summer 'AVM' :
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224-Yelp.
24Guidect. t 1-
27-'Ihou shalt do what unt,o many
, nations? (Deist. 28;12) ,4 1
, 29-J.-Specks. :
514-Slay; ; ''',,
, 32-Of whit is hive of bietley the
root? (1 Tim 5:10)
33-Drega.- '
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- this in clue Season (Gal. 6;9) t,
37';-Course, ,
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' rl'he secret of Tactical Chess.' an shaken up.. To Tamale, the, camera appears
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to have a fade,that is critical of her every action.' .,
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; the wealtneeses of an opponent,
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tee, edited by Lydlow Griscom Pasting the, pieces to heavy paper or thin cord.
, sod Alexander Sprunt, Zr (Davin hoard Will mai, them easier to handleand inore
idair:, ;15). ,ti beautift5 tribute jturable lf,,,y91$ wish to save theth for,use again. J.
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, se olotuotidoe i of min Sulasouillue
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PICKS Ur TREMENDOUS SPEED

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I STILL THINK YOU
SHOULD LETOUR OVERSEAS
kN PERSONNEL COME HOME
MORE prrq,(r

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FRED KIMBLE, THE
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FRISCILLAS

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'Why not send this incense bUrner tb your niece for a
wedding'present? -One of your aunts gave it to us!"

WE COULD
CATC1-i
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MUST BE
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PANAMA'
ST:LOUIS

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2:00 Sunday Matinee-,Teicas
Buddies. A
- 3:00 This Is The 'Life
' Camera Three 4
4:00 Wide Wide World 4
5:30 Traffic Court ,-,
6:00 United Nations
6:15 CFN NEWS
' 6:30 YoU Are There' f

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FORTUNE,'FINDER
To' learn your "Fortune" for y from the stirs, wilt in the letters
of the alphabet Cdttellioridint tothwiturnerstirstrille-line at the Wu
logical, period in which you were born You will And It (um
I 2 3 41 7 I .t 10 it 12 IS 14 IS Id 17 lilt 20 21 32 23 24 2516
ASC,DEPONI JELNICOPOISTUVWXYZ

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AitPOiijAS PANAMA:1'411;44n
MIAMI-ST..- LOUIS'
,' Office Hours: from 8 a.m. to 8

- 7:00- Jack. Benny
7:30, Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
,,- 8:00- Ed Sullivan t.
9:00 -Telenl,one t
-'-,9:341 Phil Silvers
10:00' r n of Annan lls
1010 it e Flicbtone
11:00 CFN NEWS
11r15 Encore: Suspicion.

TAPED TO' THEIR MEASUREL-Teaching' through' use ot
fape-recorded lessons, a relatively new technique, is Tracticed,
at Immaculate Conception school, Grand Prairie, Tex. Several 1
,,'' tape recorders ,are used, and each child bears a les,son keyed
' to the level of his ability as deterrnined,by the academie group ;
in which ha bas been placed. Students are not told to which,
groups ,they belong. : ,

- Coitrtesy of Aerovists Panami, Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-10S7, 3-1698r ,-- SACO
------ornea HOURS: frimi 8 a.m.rto 8 p.m:

StNDAY, MAY 4, 1958

TRE SUNDAY

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CAPT., GABDIS1VALL (left) txpiiini :the fialb 'pone', station controLboard. to. Boys Staters.
. Among. those seen., in the' picture. arc,. Fusselman, Chester :,.11earson, 'Jr.,' Arthur 09-
:', Leary, Wilit Limkemanti, Reynotds,' feliciane,,Raiph ,Shney, .0ertild McKenna,. Thus-.
thy Days ,and.,raut Blades. r.' r; r ,, rr : ,. ....r:

t'AGE: T1Y

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OFFICER F. R. notLowEtt explains to Iferr y Corrigan and elands Catanillas bow moott.,
eyrie tops catch errant drivers. ,
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DON RANDALL AND MARY BLEAKLEY have Ted Hotz, prin.
cipal of Balboa High School, to help them cut the-rake.
, ,

rossroc

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Tho -opaning of Crossroads'
Boys Ste last month culminat culminated
ed culminated throe full months of anergotic
' planning and preparation. f

Sponsored by the American Le Legion
gion Legion 'and supported by tho US"
',Army Caribbean, Boys State lion
ventions aro aimed at teaching
young citizens the fundamentals
et good government.
Highlights -of this major yet"
program were tho keynote ad address
dress address delivered by Col. John C.
Nickerson, Jr., and a visit to the
royst State by Secretary the
Army Wilber fle Brucker.
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Perhaps one of the more import important
ant important additions to the Boys Stao pro program
gram program this year was the active par participation
ticipation participation of Aruba Esso rest 1
which sent Warren TaYlor to the
Canal Zone, to take part. This
young fellovi was elected Governor
of Boys State 1958-1959. along with
rat Tate as Lt. Governor. Every- I
one and anyone who came in coo.,
tact with this outstanding -youth
were linpressed by his poise and
dignified bearing.
in his address to Bey and Girls:
'Itaters, Brucker praised the- A,-
merican Litgion for the eutstand
t'o, initiative and fbresight dis.
Played by sponsoring youth pro program
gram program of this magnitude. Bruck Bruck,
, Bruck, er felt that it was masf appro.
-Oat, that American veterans,
who fought to preverve, tho A-.
merican way of life in two world
' wars and the Korean conflict,
Alhould sponsor a program aim
id et educating youth to the A A:
: A: morican form of government.

Brucker contrasted American
democracy and Communism.I He
asked "How can ia country which'
does not even believe in "God",
and based on material things on,
IY, compare with,-our nationr
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Brucker related some of the se selive
live selive front line scenes he had -wit-
nessed when he visited Europe.'
'Nickerson's keynote addres
stressed cooperation among pea peaple
ple peaple of all nations,-
"Human endeavor Is pretty pa
ny when based on a single in&
,
vitt I it" be said.
-' Nickerson went on to say that
an individual acting alone, no mat matter
ter matter how much he has ,ott the ball,
cannot do much unless be has, to tooperation
operation tooperation front other 'people.
"This- cooperative effort In is
large or minor scale with ether
human beings, Is vitally essentl.
, al te the successful accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment of any miler or miner minerprelect,"
prelect," minerprelect," Nickerson added. 4
There were many other outstand.
int Snesker( end lerturers who
throtteh the dilloent offerts of Phil
Hottehton and Wayne Bolan pre-.;
cante4 talk( on the varioul asses
of eity and stsIe voirertment.
Judee Gu'inie J. Crowe. Subert
Ttirhyrill, -1)hr Col.
U'Arnotti tbe Governor of the
Canal 7ore. and host or, o'hers
i.ontribut.4 i,tlelv to Pr. tqfPcti.
venegg of the, proaram.' Through.'
out the week, there WAS some
Wive and aglresiye politicking.

JUDGE GUTHRIE CROWE prepare!" to take his chance before
- the court of no appeal a baseball amplre.,,,

r,SyNDAY; MAY4

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$.14,0....,,..e....0.--,,),44' ,E-'- --------' -' .' '- ' --- r t T t s Lt Governor.' Every Every.
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. ,:;'..;;', ': CAPT. GADDIS1VALL (loft) tapialne Abe Balboa. pollee stet' e :
i - ,,. Among. those ratew in the' picture. are,. ')Vilitans Fasselman, Chester ,,.11earson, ,, .. ac .
Jr Arthur 0' t t,' with- this outstanding ,:Youth ,Ment of Ony miler. or minr -,, ... .....
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. -'- : ':-: Leary. 'Will Limkemanti, Joe Reynoldt,' Lillis Feliciano, ,Ralph ,Shney..Peraild hfcBennav 'rims were,Impressed by his poise. and
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illiced deals in city government
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s or could be heard all over the
place. Needless to say the city
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MARIE BLEAKLE, outgoing Governor of Girls State, with
her father andmother at the end of her year of,office.

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David. Bro, Wc11, s:1 tl Boys t
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many of the visking legionnaries
that this program had to continue
regardless of he conn, As 1. the
youngsters spoke, their deep sincer
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and by the peolle was being bown.
A-stroll: American, second to
nonean armed force so. power.,
ful, that po pne would dare attack,
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ktit Stanley Wilson
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'WARREN TAYLOR On be.di takes w snooze beton' making a successful,hid for-the goveinor
ship of Boys State, 1951I-59. This picture was taken the night hefore a virus smaked inand
fitearly wrecked the program.- But at a sbeCial session held later at American Legion POst No.
't the loys managed to cinnulete the 'course: a nd graduate with honors... I

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Sunday Amtalun rA. t

BOYS STATE OFFICiAES and senfor counselo rs. Front row to r.) Phil Houghton. educa educational
tional educational advisor; Alfred J. Gauvin, director Way ne Poland, educational director. ',Back row
to r.) Senior counselors John Perrini, Bo'b Ells wrth, Bob .Hildon, Dan Hanley and Brian Cox.
Senior counselor Alfred E. Newman was not present. r

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, t JUNIOR COUNSELORS at Boys State ranged behind director Al Ganvin. (L. to r.) Rant
----PP Barbara, Arn- old Brooks, Terry Corrigan, raul Bennett, Bon' Randall, Fusselman; Frank
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leiscd by! court ,orner last .;, .,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1
ruou,at slier II 'years in St.
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hass trorl.', As a Yelltig. Man
Podald h-lt bla net4ve mid-,-
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, e easiest titerature.',Laier,, he, .
Itecame ;en expatriate, living ,
, iirI in England,' then:mos then:mos-
- then:mos-
. ,' hag A to Italy, where he be- I
, sodas increasingly trod but
r-at000d from common under- I
standing. During World War
I-, his broadcasts in support 4
, of -Mussolini-, brought '' arrest ;
, and a treason... indietmmil
., whew the United States Irmp.
occupied ...' !talk...! Prominent ''
- -, Americans h:etary ..figures led .;
by poet Robert- Post recent..
:, ly petitioned 'for',Poundri co.,.
' lessextlad the 4overnntent-,
,
-. dismissed ,thergos-A,, Pound's"
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place as, a pioneer- and a
treat 20th 'century' ioet. Is" :: .,
.. Itz$lared. Of him, I'. A. Isnot once said in effect: "Whenever
, I revise something,' think Is ltew,1 'inn that Pound has al al-
- al- .ready.done IL" Today's poems all Pre-date 1920.' '
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.)."I stood still and as a trei amid the woOd,
....Knowing the truth of things Unseen before; -:
Of Daphne, and the'laurel bow
.1,,And that:god-feasting rouple old
That grew elm-oak, amid the old.
,,1,4'fwu not 'until the g'ods had-been
citedly-entreated,,and been brought Within"
-2'Unto the' earth of their heart's home
theYrmif,tht dothla wonder thingit -
: Istaltlessitave beerl'a tree amid thi wood
,:5And many a'new thing understoOct
That lizes rank folly to my:head,befOre;
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; FRANCESCA
You came in 'Mit of the night -',-,,--
And there were lowers itLyout hands,
: Wow yott will tome out of a contusion of peoPle,: : :
' Out o; a turmoil or speech'. about you.
-; -
I who; have seen you- amid the primal thing,
Was angry when thetspekeyour name., :
In ordinary placesi. "'
- would that the coo waves might flow, over my -mind;
Ard that themorkilbould dry aka dead leaf;
Or as:a-dandelion seed-pod and be swept away;
So that I might flud you again, 7 '7;7'

. CANTICO DEL' SOLE:,
- kii;irt "Instigatione"7,
' Thn thouaht or wrivt America would be like
If the Cia"sies bad a wide circulation :2
, Troubles my sleep.
, The thought of what America,
The thought tot what- America,',-
Me thought Of what Anier!ca,wored, be
It thi. Olassica hkd wide circulation
, fl 'Troubles my sleep.
Nune danmittis.: nnwlettest thou' thy servant
Now lettestk.thou thy servant
, :Depart In, peace. :
The !bought 'of whet America,' .',-2- '.:
The 'houcht of whrtAmerica,
The thowtht of whst America wny!ribitalki:-,,,
the Classics had ixide
, Oh welli : J.
'It troubles my sine :

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Mv-City, My beloved, inylwhitit Ah slender,
1. Listen!, Liston to trieand will breathe
. into thee a mut
Delicately Amon the reed, attend mei
Now do tinow' thii I in; mad, 4"
'For here arca million,people surly with Arafic;
, This is no maid!. ,."1, 4 ..
',Neither could I 'play upon any reed if 1 had one, ',
, My City;lny' !'
'.Thou art a Maidwith no breasts,' ..
Thou art slender as a silver reed.
- Listen to me, attend' roe! : ,
And I will iveithe into thee soul,: ",
" And thou.shalI UV, forever.. , :..

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recta ters Of the Mimi-LI
cat' Ite Nolut n meeting here, got'
int so, 't a eated shuharba over
el lina 01 t le income tax 'that
(me, trt ( erit type recomm dS
thay t ey change the name of
then- a,,unal emit:lave fromt"Con-
tinent..1 Cet.,,,,ress" to "Conti:nen:
tat Runtlile." (In ease yoy don't
know, "rumble" is the word for
pvenile gang battles.)
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WHEN HE WAS a young' lad,
Army Chief of- Staff, Gen. Alex:
wellTaylor recal sbe asked his
grandfather whether he had been
in the. cavalry or infantry during
the ,Civil War.-
"Well, I started out in 'the city cityairy,"
airy," cityairy," Genera, Tsylor's grandfa:
ther replied.,Eut wheD my horse
wai shot 41,4 under, me, Snd SnddenIT
denIT SnddenIT found myself it the infan:
.StIOREHAlli HOTEL is billing,
a county' fund:raising prize fight.4
scheduled to be held lot iti fa yard
terrace itext -.month, as the first
event of Its king in the-exclusive
hotel's, history; ;''
, This' may be true for fights-wh
the, Miarquis of Wueensbhry,,rules
apPly, But veteran party goers re remember
member remember sem rest dillies on the
Shoreham terrace where' there
vvere- no holds barred.
For instance, there was the
time during ,World War Il',when
Chinese officer knocked- anoth:
er down the stairs.
Then there was, the 'pary where
a wealthy satiety woman .found
her. husband dancing 'with some:
one else and walloped the Luckless
gat with a handling.,

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-JARD1N .'" ; '
0 you away high there, you that lean
From amber lattices. upon the cobalt might,
I ani below amid the pineAreeg; ,
Amid the. little pine trees,,hearmel
"The,jetter 'walked in the garden:
, ,! Did he ao?
,Weli there noUse your loving me
That way, Lady; ,
,For I've noth!ng bilt:songi to give yOu.. :. --
I am set widerunon the world'ewaYs
To say that life is, some way, a gay thing,
But you never' string two days upon one wire
But therein come sorrow of it.
, , Ancilrloved ,a love once,
Over beyond the Moon there
I loved a love once,.
And:ma) be, mote 'times, .;
But she danced like a pink intli in the thrubbry.
.P 27.- ; ;-.; , :
611, know Tng women from, the "only!' folk,
And Atli ali come righti:
0.81mdayt : ,
',24,ThO iester.rwalktd in the gardn-L 7.
, ,-,' id e so?

' A PACT,
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Make i, pact lotlth Wolf, Whaman
1"have detested yon long enough. ,-,
, 1 CCATIO to you as a grown child
WhO has had a,plg;,headed
I am old enough now td'ntake frtznds..-
': It woe you- that,broke the new:wood,
Now- IS a time fOr Carving, 7;,:: ;
'Me have one sap. and one rOot
Let tberebeemnmeyce between'
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MR.' HOUSMAN'S MtSSAGt,,

, woe,
'PeOple stre born and die,' .1"
Ws also shall be dead pretty soon
Therefore let us act as if,we were dead already.
The bird sits on the hawthrn tree
Silt he dies also, presently.
Some lads get htmg, and some get shot.
Woeful is thishuman lot.
.litee! wee, eteeters,..;.
London Is a woeful place,
, Shropshire is much pleasanter.
Then let us smile a little space
13,Jpon fond nature's morbid grace.
Oh, Woe, wee, woe,. eteetera.;4;-

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, And -janitors still est -the quit,
leis when. they remmter the eta
' borate formal dance'ehere a Ger
man police dog knocked' ever Isis
potted palms while chaslrg a rat.
FREELOADERS Voted.the bak baked
ed baked ham, fried shrimp,' hot rolls
and- French pastries 'served at a
NationaL Rural Electric Cooper
ative Asaociation party the other
night as the best lood they have
eaten this. month. 4
In fact, a lati arriver told NR,F,
CA general manager Clyde Ellis
that the food wa-so good ht ex expected
pected expected to go back for at least
three helpings. N --
"Yoll won't have time before we
turn out ell the lights to show a
movie," 'Ellis repliecL "So why
1 don't you fill up three plates lo.
steadr;' :., ,4, ,,,,-
',That's 'just whit:the guest Aid.
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1 WHEN SOCIALITE retie ,Mesta
called the' Sheraton --Park Hetet
Ito makp feiervation tor ter friend
Elizabeth' Arden, 01i...ether lay,
she failed,to specify Viet nettling,
in' the Note should be erten.
. It seem, that Miss''Arden, swim
owes,the Ilaht" Chance Farm in
Phoenix where Mrs.; Eisenhower
vacationedlast month, can't stand
the ',color. ,0 ' -, ----, -'
1 When Miss Arden checked, into
Ithe. suite,' the let out a yelp of
terror. The entire suite was 4lee
, orated in-green. Finallr,she aet
tied for g. blue one.' ....: ..
, Now all; Sheraton- ..,-empleyes
. have been alerted to be extra et.
lor conscious whenever they have
Miss Arden as a guest.,
" SEN. ALLEN J.,' ELLENDER
(DJA.) reveals that the Russians

out yelp of He just, began painting about
suite was dec. a year ago, and since then be bee
Inallr,she eet. done about 30 pictures, each one
better than the last. They, C0Ver
.,.--empInyes all the. wal's o' the Asher' cellar
to be extra ee. with two hanging from the hot
ever they have water heater. -1
pest, So tar he hasn;t sold any., But
a any prospective.buyer who'd like
,ELLENDER to browse through his basement
t the Russians is Welcome to do so, kit says.
, : NIGHT SONG
And have you thoroughly kissed my lips?
' There was nci particular haste, r
And are you not ready when evening's come?
There's ne particular haste.
You've get the whole night before you, 11::4,
Heart's-all-beloved-my own;
In an uninterrupted night one can
Get a geed deal of kISSillg done. 4

i had over-prepared the eve'n t ,
that much was ominous. s
With middle-aging care
I bid laid out just the right books.
I had almost turned dwn the pages.
-Beauty is so rare a thing,
, low drink if my fountain' :
'EA witch barren regret. ,, -'
'ISo many hours wasted!
And: now I watch, from thewIndw,,.
la ram; the wanderinglAres.
.!ITheir little:cosmos is shan"
the itir to alive with-that fastt.
,In their parts Of' the eitst,3
they are played on by diverse forces.
' now do
Oh, I know well enbugh.
,For them there is something a-foot.' .'"
for mei "ti --
- I bad ever-prePated the event:.,s.
result" is str rare a thing.
' Se few drink-of my fountain.
'
Two fr!endet st briath of the forest.;
,,t Friends? Are neople le,ss friends-, ,,
beCallg one, has just, at last; 'found thern
) Tatice they.,nroiniscd to conte.,-)
' "Between- the, night 44 morning?" .;
Beauty wotild. drink of my'mind.
youth would awhile forget
-my youth has gone from ,,, 4
, s'T
'" II
, etpeak up! You haVe danced so stiffly?
Someone-admired your works,., s
-, And said so' irankly. :
"Did you tallt like's fool, ,-- ;:
7 The first night? '
-The second evening? ,
ilnut they promised again:
'Tomorrow at tea-time.'")

- Now the third day is here
no word from' either; ,'
Na word from her nor hitt,
Only smother man's note: ---
, "Dear roUnd, am leaving England.",

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are even 'more particular about
their tea than the English. Ile says
that on, his last trip to thectSSII
aJtussiaa tea tatter told him:: t,
,,-"Good tea must be just like
kiss ,-- hot, power:u1 and
:
CURING THE aches and pain
of his colleagues keeps Congress4
man, A. L. Miller iltNeb.) 21,4
most as busy as politcking on the
House floor. The good natured
midwesterner is one of six repre.-
sentatives who are also licensed,
physicians.,
- Other day a friend aske
ler if he prescribed tranquilizer
for any congressmen,''
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'I never do that," Miller- r
swerel. "Ingtead, I suggest,they
listen to someone read their last.
speech. Irthey follow my advice,
tiler, usually- come right bath 4or,
something to pcp,thent,,,up." go:
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SOME PEOPLE turn their base.
meats, into recreation rooms,, Oth
ers ose the cellar for storing wino.
But as fat as we know, ,
Ashari, assistant military at,.
tache at the Indonesian embalsy
is the first person to turn his
bagemeat into a personal art gal.:7 :

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,,,,-' -hilt.''' AND MRS. LI.' S.: 1 i
', From that kot July day ia 176..i
wiles John Hancock Hiked his ug- i
nature to,tlie Declaration of Ind...
. pendeule, Americans have follow followed
ed followed the ideal that all men are born-
,,'' free antt equal. They incorporated 1
-,:tt in tho -Constitution in 1.789, and i
it is :It supposed to be ,the Law
'- of the Land-- Americars are sup- I
posed AO have the r4; t at free i
speeehiaree thoughts, '' (-Le as:.
sembl-led the right ,to petition (
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, their government foe the redrss
of grievances. .. ,: 1
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Aceeedingly.'it was wi h tong'. i
derable astonishment that this 1
: 'writer noted the suspension et the
, ',rights,' the simultaneous creation
ef a large oppressed minority and
? vthe eancelation of tkeir Constitu. I
4 1-cional rights by one man -i--, who
, ,' WIS promptly' applauded bY a num num'
' num' ,t)er of leading newspaper i ;, who
'pride 'themselves. ots Leini the,
. guardinas et these ; rights. Wore
' pitrticidsrly, Defense 0,, Secretary
' McFlro$ notified all. the men of
'. the Afmed Services that if : they
,- did not agree With the last version
. of his defense bil1,40, get lout ',of
' .1 the Si-voices,- Since kft,r MeElro,
, ; bas 'offered at least fiye versions
-' of What it, would be. it 101101
. that lie issued' an order to all se se'
' se' ;dor officers to change their' rninds
..- .- whenever be changes' his.

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mark, tho 1116Wer of this Ameri American
can American people to-this type of nonsense
is summed up in one phrase: "No
soap." : 4
it is ss. be -hoped"that Air. Me
Elroy will be submitted an' Con Congress)
gress) Congress) tolong, public and search'.
ing eros-examination. The Cons Constitutional.
titutional. Constitutional. issue is so grave that
must be brought in'o every home
in America, Mr., McElroy asked
, t first' that Jut be given- control
of all Congressional military funds
--40 billion a year. He has retreat retreated
ed retreated from that to a still subs'antial
percentage:. He asks that he he
men the right to define the roles
mid missions of each service--
meaning the right to abolish or
merge any one of them. And coupl coupled
ed coupled wi'h his "get aboard or get out
order, Mr.: 'McElroy also; wishes
(and most significantly) the right
to appoint all top senior officers..
He trill have to- break through the
hne-up, of Senators- Mansfield;
Svminglon.' Bridges and Russell;
, Congressmih Vinson, Arends,
thy and Zelehko to accomplish it.
,
Alto feet ishs blear aS the tssue
riloth Asides concede that the clues cluestion.
tion. cluestion. involves the -life of .the ran ranstitttion
stitttion ranstitttion itself. In that-cast, there
it only one judgethe American
People.' This writer.aubmits that
it is beyond the power ef Congress
ro give these powers to the Depart Department
ment Department of Defense.' The only, Jegat
way to do it is from the source
-power, the Ponerienn Peo
ple by vote on a Constitutional
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- Futhar; Mr.. McElroy wants no
offiCers testifying before Congress.
.spteches must be cleared
throughd- his -office, and his per.
sonal,ahle currently acts as head
of the 'McElroy Thought Pelee
t Congressman Moss hat dosier
en this mental bulldozing of the
Armed gervices which Is going
cank-Ameritans to wonder whe whether
ther whether the Pentagon isn't beginning
to take on the aspects of the Red
4 Intellfgence's Lubianka Prism,. Is
- a crime to wPr -sa American
unifortn,r,Mr;McEiroy?
Mu, same kind of forces ,Ined
' to throttle Capt. Commelin near near..
.. near.. Iy ten,,, years ago.--but refused tO
face the (ordinal in peen court...
threatened with court
martid1.4 ended up ad Admiral...
The men' who has the cOurage to
stand up to the honor', of stheir
uniform, and for the- men !then,
eommanded On spite of the heavi.
est pressore of the Truman Admi Administratio14),,
nistratio14),, Administratio14),, are 'commending the
' Navy ri.tht now.' They are Adroit
als Burke' an-d- Radford..., -Both
' have mfignificent battle 'records
against the Jape.' but the great great,
, great, est battle they ever won 'WU Iteeti.
ing faint with the men ,they corn corn.
. corn. minded, It they hadn't, stood up
, ?for their commands libstead ,of
- the United-States -Army, Navy,
;Air Pored' and Marines) ,--, they
might all be called ,the United
. &atet iombies to4ayy
A PLY, nowspatier:-,, applauded
Mr. McElroy's. order.- Tt s'arred
' that if an officer disagreed, he.
ought toget out. But it omitted
,---explaining how Mr.3 Eisenhowar.
, could have so long served 'under
Mr.' Tillman thotigh two men
: mnreWidelv separee In views'
C011id skarcely be found In our our,
, our, oninione there isn't ( much differ.
ence, practically. from Ititler's re.
ooirod loath to himsetf 'is order
'1, to stayi in he Nall' army) and
Mr, McElroy's tommsnd to agree
with bith or get out of the Amcric;
1. an Fortes..
7 Mr. ,McElroy hasn'r,,had sun.
cient' eroerience in his 'position;
anparently to learn that an Amp Amp-
- Amp-
,rican officer hos certain very fun.
Aamental protections ,---and by
law-- An American officer takes
' his oath to support the Constitu.
s tion and he is as fret te Inter Interpret
pret Interpret the Constitution as is Mr.
McElroy... Furthermore, he takes
, his oath on a Bible and that 'oath
, Is protected under the right of free
oreligion... For Mr. McElroy to sus sus.
. sus. rend a manta religious freedom
and his rights as an American
eitizen (because the -officer hap.
ptns to be under his command)
la a very tall order... In the world
uhich Mr. McElroy made his

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tho meantime, It will be part
of Mr. McElroy's education 0 to
learn -that the American mule
insist on fair play... General Ga Gavin
vin Gavin was driven froni, the Services,
but so was Billy- Mitchell.- This
miter Is' Informed that a number
of ranking United States officer
are ready to attack Mr. Me Eltoy's
bit, and to', sipultaneously refuse
to leave .the ServiCea.,' In ,;thal
casc-, they not' he standing
court-martial plone; :The' Americ American
an American Bennie themselves win be 01
trial-v11 theft' Because the )sole
issue will bezwhether an Ameri American
can American Priem. hos to sithmitt to ,s
brainwahing ,:to keeP his record
clean.
MeEire'y will ieorn (if, he
intent to gag evers'officer of the
Arnted Serviceot ,thst -he is Ogling
'to have to bandcutft the Aniericift
rce,,, Press first. The very day
'Mr, McElroy orders the murtma murtmafist
fist murtmafist ony American officerl for
(11sagreeille writ should be
qhe ,very sem". d',v? rantmess? sets
Jo impeach lir, McElroy'
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The famous' historian
liam Hickling 'Prescott could'
not read because be was nearly
, blinded by a crust of bread
thrown by fellow student at
Harvar d. His monumental
"Conquest of Mexico" and
' "Conquest of Peru" were writ writ'
' writ' ten largely from memory after
, an assistant read source ing.b'
. terial to him. He learned sto
commit as many as 00 pages
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WASIIINGTONThe Preskie,ritI, t

military reorganization plan, Ni hie
is' supposed to stop intersenice
feuding, has started some dandy
new feuds, i'
Feed No. 1 The armed :Jere :Jereices
ices :Jereices are feuding behind the scenes
ever the best way to halt their
feuding. The Air Force favors the
Presitients plan, the Nayy is a against
gainst against it and the Army is split
- Throngli its civilian armsThe
Navy League and Nava Advisory 1
Council-- the Navy is waging an
undercover campaign against Ike's
proposals. Retired Adm. J-A W.
Reeves,, Jr., advisory Connell
chairman, has called on his mem members
bers members to bring pressure on Congress
meta to defeat the fresident's. re reorganization
organization reorganization plan.-- N
; Reeves's con.idential le t ter
warns: "Do not repeat,do net,-
speak as a -member of the Advi Advisory
sory Advisory Council or Navy League- but
as an individual eitizen.This per peraonal
aonal peraonal contact is most important st
this. time either by telephone, wire
9r person-to.person approach."
Fend Ne. 2 Georgia's crusty,
crafty Congressman Carl Vill S011,
who has ,opened hostile hearings
on the reorganization bill, is feud feuding
ing feuding lath the White House over who
should write the -final versionl
. "1-rt appreciate the President's'
, interest, Vinson told,White HMIS.
aides bluntly,4'but Cobgress isle..
ing to."write ,,thei reorganiz,ation
bi I." '" r r 1-,-- '',''
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'" VINSON) FORCifS, ACTiON' ,,-,
r' It' ; I ',-- 4, I -., it t 'r" r,:
' The eaustic ttorgian prePared
a speech lasff week blasting 4ke
' or talking about reorganization
but sending Congress no formal re reeemmentlations.
eemmentlations. reeemmentlations. The White House
got advance wind el the speech
and In order to thwart Vinson rush
ad Ike's proposed bill to the mem
a couple hours befoi:e Vinson took
the 44-'4 ;',., -, i ', ----. ,,' q-
r It remains. to be seen whether
the reorganization. oattle will "be
a feud to end all feuds.l. ., e. 4
Whatever the-outcome, howei.-
et, it promisee to be the greateAt
mieitart debate since ,the h I r
Force eaS split off from the Army
in'1947 and the three sister rtierv rtiervIces
Ices rtiervIces were sent to live together in
the Pentagon in what werssuPP03-
ed to be one big happy, family.
.' Instead, they :put on a display
of eye-scratching, hack-biting, and
hair-pulling that drove' the -,,,, first
Secretary of Devise, the ,, late
James Forrestal, out of his mind.
, Interservice rivalry has gone' 30
far that thb services now keep set-1
rets; including vital has gone se
far that. the services now keep am.
rets, including- vital missre in information,
formation, information, Prom tech other,, Thou
sands of clatsified ,papers 1!--' are
stamped for ,Arnin. Navy, or Air
Force eyes oniV.'7, r; ,, -, ) ,'
,) At, the same time, ,tfie defense
machinery, has become hopelessly
cloggect,with red tape. Gen. Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Taylor, the Army chief, has
complained that 19 'civilian offi offi,cialt
,cialt offi,cialt stand between. hiniond the
Commander,In-Chiefi "il 19 ;have
sysit,y in host, the -Army should be
run.,- .- -.' ,,' :. '1'..- '.'
,r' WILSON'S "NO MEN"'

Former 'Secretary of De ease
Charlie Wilson surrounded hiin hiinself
self hiinself with 29 deputy or assistant see
retaties;' slinilar to 'General., Mo.,
tors vice presidents, who had au authority
thority authority to say, "no" but seldom
'Vet"
In other words, they had-a ne negitivt
gitivt negitivt authority which 'does not
permit them to make high policy
decisions but only, to' block them themThey
They themThey are still functioning.
,Wilson bui't up a gigantic', Un Unwieldy
wieldy Unwieldy staff of over 2400 employes,,
divided into empires within, e m.
'pires. These empires are headed
by 'deputies and assistantS w 0
keep adding intorsi employes on the
'theory that the more Indians they
cmmand the bigger chief -they
become. ,
It h
The resu owever, s Ern Ernpede
pede Ernpede and obstruct decision-making.
A new idea must pass through
stifling layers of bureaucracy, By
the time it has run the gauntlek el
assistants, it is weighted doWs
with so many comments that. the
Secretary of Defense has difficul difficulty
ty difficulty wading through the accumulat accumulated
ed accumulated memos.-
Eisenhower and Vinson -have
different ideas about how to air airred
red airred the abuses-
' wants to downgrade the'

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bre seivIces anf the Secret.

ary of Defense more power. His
pldn, howevgr, abolishes the right
of military subordinates to bring
their dillerences ever defense pe pe.icies
.icies pe.icies to Congress. This is a right
foi Alia Congress wilt battle le
the end --a
lICIE3 IDEAS DECO DEASTIV-
The President seriously consict
ered stripping the three services
of their departmental standing and
making their civilian chie's Under.
secretaries of Deinse for Army,
Navy and Air. 'Secretary 'of Def
ense McElroy persuaded the Pres,1
ident however, that thig would be
too drastic
On the other hand, Vinson wants
to bolster the independence of the
three services by bringing the Sec.
Lretaries of the Army, Navy and
Air Force into the power:ul, policy.
making National Security Council.
His Van would also streamline
the Pentagon more 'drastically
than the President's recommenda.
tions by slashing the Secretary's
staff from 2400 to 600 employes
and elimirialint it deputy- and as.
.sistant secretaries,

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It would else curb the power et
the Defense Comptroller whose is
cat policies have often determin determined
ed determined defense decisions.
Meanwhile the battle lines are
drawn and Washington is settling
dawn te good telt;
.
RACKST BUSTER
LAUNOUES VtIVE
.0 :
The Itistic Depattment's new
racket .buster, 11-Year-old Ali ton
Wessel, has already started col collecting
lecting collecting information from the FBI,
Secret Service, Internal Revenue,
and Narcotics Bure.0 OO the na nation's
tion's nation's 104- top racketeers-
Wessel is also forming a 15-man.
task torce of attorneys who, will
trace the interlocking operations
of thelangland chiefs. then crack
down by every legal means to
, break up the big, mulibilliomdol
lar underworld rackets'.
Originally the plan had been to,
keep Wessers task forte undercov undercover
er undercover until it collected enough evi evidence
dence evidence to present to a special grand
jury, probably. in early 196Q. But
rumors began to 1.eak out andAt.,
torney General pi Rogers d cid-
ed to ,isstie an announcement.

"fferewith find solution tO Sunday Crossword Poo Poozlo
zlo Poozlo No. '735, -published :today. '.

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' .DLED DIPOSMON WILL'ItIIIN MAN'S oTigat
'',.wisz ;uarDsomut ArnAltAnac., '' ,,, .1

BY .11AK SAVER, to be: ens en Broadway., It
, was produced With treat ant-NEW
YORI (UP) The Strat.6 ciss lo Germany its 19S6 et the.
kol Festival Company, of Cani- 1 Renaissance Theatre; -It is a
da, noted for its summer Shakes; Renaissance Theatre.
pearean repertory, has settled It is at love storyset against
down at the Phoedx, Theater. fort the background of the fait of Ber Bert
t Bert limited engagement in two gre-'1in in -World War If at the time
ductions,:. 'of the city's; surrender and, the
,, The first is .the Bard's "Two entry ef the Russian forces. The-
Gentlemen of Verona," one ofhis matically Remarque's play deals
miner romantie comedies repkte with the -Avila of. totalitarianism
with mistaken identifies. disguis. whether it be of the left; right or e
eso -elowns,, elopements .-and SO eenter.
en; 4
- The script Is not 'a very appear : The iniee Of trustees el -the
ing'one, but the Candian hav'e 'American Shakespeare, Festival
come up with a spirited 'produc- Theatre knd' Academy museum.
tion handsomely designed; both as' ed oppointment etThemas M.
to sets, and :costumes 'by- -Tanya Neer of Wathingten,,Ill.C. to
Molseiwitsch, thw pelt el executive director.
, They have a nice' touch-for Noone comes to the Stratford)
semble playing,, as a result of Conn., enterprise froml the staff
working together for', a eonsidra- of the Inernational Bank for Re Reble
ble Reble ,time, and director : Michael construction and Development
Langham has assisted in achiee. (World Bank). He asiumes execu.
which the production would, be five ,direction of the entire orga orgamuch
much orgamuch leu attractive- nizafion, ,position which here.'
, Houseman continues as artistic di
Werner LeRoy and Charles, rector.
, :the' well-kriewn di., Lawrence' Langur:- chairman of
rector., have acquired 'ter, the board, pointed Mit that the
r, Broadway prodfiction Erich Ma2 enterprise has ,,beett growing in
, rim Remarquets new play, "The, size and in the scope of its act'-
, Vast Statlen.". vales' to such a degree that
LeRoy made his New ,York waa esentiat to ohtin the serv,
theatrical bow :this season ea the ices of an active executive offi offiowner
owner offiowner ,of ,the off-Broadwa3r,Nork cm' to facilitate its orderly devel develPlayhourtand
Playhourtand develPlayhourtand coproducer there of 0P,Ment :
District." This, will ,z bet Vidor's, Noon la a oath,' of Kansas
firstBroadway stage. venture. Ilia and as had wide
,most recent directorial assign- radio,' televisien and films in
ment was the new film sersion of tea Angeles, Oka. arid Wash Washliemingway's
liemingway's Washliemingway's "'A Farewell tO illOtOttg ,g.' --
Arms." They plan to go into pro- Inca Swenson wilt, play the 0-
duction late in the surnmer aridiphelia and Earle Hyman the Ho-.
present the pia at 11.1.3roAwny-ratio to -Fritz Weaver's title role
'"The Last Statient".!; will I in' "Hamlet': Mimi ',Swenson alb
hOuse in the fall. .'" will be seen as Helena in "A
the' first play by Romarqui Midsummer Night's Dream,"

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om to memory. .. ,' ;,. -; ,, ty wading through the accumulst. I, :.-D. .... 1 ...1,, ,:,., .1 I, .,. ,,....,t-1,, 1 zrctid r 1,- L,
can r19- 13' iiiin-nlei ii:-Ene'yeloisdlw
' Eisenhower an Vinson a e 0 Answer for Sunday, Feb. fl, Cryptogutpo: Culto ,:. ,
op. .,
, ,,, different ideas about how to eta, , .. DLED DIPOSMON WILL RUIN MAN1 OTIZER0 ',
mid . ,, ,.. .-, reet the abuses. ,.,, ,,,' WIZ RANDSOMX Appigmtmwm ,, 1 ,,. , ,
his 1 --, , -- , '' lk, wants to downgrade tho- . 1,. .-, ., ,, t, .. lb ,, .., ,,, ?,, a a
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'ro 't K' -- Commander,In.Chiel Al 19 -have Arms." They elan to go int0 pro-I i Inga Swenson wiliTplay the 0-
ev i- a -sa,y in hoW the Army.should
ll'h be duction late in the ,suramer endothelia and Earle Hyman the Ho.
e" i to. run. ., ' ",- , .,,,.. ,4
i ,0 r present the pier at e'Bro:dway-ratin to -Fritz Weaver's title role
'1 I C'l r ''' ':' ' ', "The Last Station',!; will be lin' "Hemlet.". Miss ',Swenson also
- '',' (- a r' ;,' WILSON'S -"NO.ME WA huge
led 0 ir .' '' :- ' ''.4 ': b b
in the fall. 0 .'" will be seen as Helena in "A
' the. first play y Remarnee Midsummer Night's Dream. :
ed ' '-'" Former 'Secretary- 'of 4 Defease . : , -; "--. l',.
be. Charlie Wilson surrounded him. ....- - - 1' '' ' .
ed k self with 29 deputy or assistant see '. ",Herewith and solution te sunday Crownvord Pm-
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retaries;', slinilar to 'General'. Mo., .' o' nie No. 'IA published leday. ;' , 1 ;
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er. gitivt authority which 'does not ..'''-' , i:' A L A I AM "-E, C A N D E t.i
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let ,,e , , decisions but only, to' block them them',
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.. nam Iliekling-Preseott could' keep ad ing More employes on the ',.,
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cmmand the -bigger.,thief -they .,,::, ,. C. !:, IL 1,
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s rens SAmuel ILI- Rowely, Jr., 'Joseph White, Reed Hopkins"
, Paul 'Blades and Daniel DesLondes were' tehlirst of 50 boys
' who hit the thow line as soon as they had registered at
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, leontlnued from raga THREE) commended closing to 'prevent fur fur-
- fur- , ther spread of the virus.
Then, they cected,,,a.Governor : 1
, Warren ,Taylor. Still determined- to complete.
Things began? to happen, a, res. their program, the boys 'requested
piritory virus invades Soya State that a Boys State meeting be
First one bor then another until held twos, weeks later for the le.
it Boys Staters were stricken. At. gislative program. Yes ter da y
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'before ,Boys State was to close, awards. e
the Army medical authorities re. The Job was dcine.

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Warren Taylor. ,,
Things began? to happen, a, res.
piritory virus invades dioys State
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il Boys Staters were stricken. Ar.,
my, doctors, aid men and nursea
all pitched in, finally on the day
, 'before ,Boys State was to close,

MUST

By DECOS SMIT

NEW YORK Mk) '41:" Even. a
concer,t 'Performance of Giuseppe
, Verdi's "Macbeth" can make you
' wonder at the inexplicable ways
of people who support,opera by
rpaying to attend. t
No impresario ever' stages 'this i
,plece with' any assurance of
filling his house, yet', Verdian
cares inferior to it, -"The
!- Force' of Destiny", and '' ,"The
Maskad Ball" for instance; !rake'
box-office jingle.
' This concert perforniance cll..
maxed, the season of the tittle
Orehestra--under its foluider and
-
, conductor, Thomas Scherman, in
Carnegie Hall. It revealed the Ver.
than genius for expression human
character; drama ,; and ,' emotion
musically, perhaps not at, its
' height, but certainly ,svhep it was
quie effective.
Verdi put- a lot of himself into
' it, at least in time and efort. He
loved Shakespeare and Shade a a,
, a, peare's "Macbeth" impressed him,
mightily'. He made two versions
, of his opera based on. the ,play,
the iirst not having satisfied, his
- reverent drive to do.. justice V15,1
the playwright: Yet we d n't,
hear ''Macbeth'! in the, opera
house,' although lesser Yerdi Is
heard quite often.
the inadequacies of
concert performances. of operat,
Scherman did wonders in
:luting the musical sweep and
'power. He had Singher 1
o: the Metrepolitan Opera. singing
' Macbeth and Leonle Rysanek of
the Vienna State : Qpera singing
- Lady Macbeth. lt was Miss Rysa
rek's professional delmt,0 e New
- York. ,
t Scherman either was anticipa.,
t'ng -Rudolf Bing, general man.'
' ager of the' Metropolitan, or, two
- musical rata were in telepathic
agreement.
Bing is ;staging "Macbeth" at atthe
the atthe Mei next season and it,,
, will a., the- very f i,s time
"Macbeth". has been on that
stage. This, underlines the' Inez.,
: plicable ways of the operae of
every degree of Verdlini worth,l''
' but has never giveri;Mecbetr
a chancel
- The Met's rather belated pro.
'duction will ,be 'given the works,
howevr; The greatest' 'Whiff ac acSa.
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tress of the current operatic
stage,.' Maria Meneghint Callas,
will have the role of Lady': Mac Macbeth,.
beth,. Macbeth,. and Leonard ,,,arrezi, Who
is a fine actor aft well as!, a line
singer, will bel Macbeth.
Dimitri Mitropoulos i
duct, and Bing is Importing the
world-renowned Prof. Carl Ebert
of the West Berlin Municipal 0-.
pera te stage it.. .6 '
Bing was ,Ebert's assilstant ; in
the Darmstadt State fOper a)
Theater' in the late 1920's and
later -WaS his 'assistant in the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin State Opera.- :
John Barnett,- associate. mud.'
, cal director of the Los Angelo!
6 Philharmonic, is,. succeeding.
Loon Berlin as MUSitat director
of .ttp National Orchstra Asso,
6 ciatibn, as of 'June 30.
' The association Jnaintains 6 a
training ' orchestra. which baS
trained more orchestra musicians
and conductorsthan any other
musical agency in the country.
1 Indeed,:33arzin,' during -his -years
of service, trained Barnett, first
'as' an orchestral trumpet, player
, (beginning.when Barnett was 140
and later as. a conductor. :

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4.COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)-- Maj.
Gen, John, B, Medaris, chie of
the, Army's ,,Itedstone arsenal,
Hunt Xvil'e; Alc,--today blasted ed educator
ucator educator s for, spending -' money, on
buildOgs end materials instead, a
increasing teachers' salaries
-The Army missiles expert told
the annual conference of 'engi 'engineers
neers 'engineers and architects at Ohio State
University he believed the "order
of importance". of money lised, in
educational- institutiions. was' Just
reversed from what 'it should be.
-, "In industry tht relative impor.
tance of three major elernents is:
Men. equipment and .buildings,"'
he ,said. "In the- academic field,
however: the 'order lot imprtance
Seents just reversed." 4..PS
The general said if the teaching
profession is to gain, ground pro,
fessional'y "lt must be,accorded
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Malinovsk- accuse the, 'United 'States in a sPeech ot
using unhardof, methods" in "sending Air Fortis
planet ,a,,rrying H-bombs to the Soviet frontiert.'.
Mal novsky said Soviet armed forces were ready to
repel any Attempt "to violate the people's peaceful
, labore. '
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The Military section Of this'yars parade took but
12 minutes to pass the reviewing stand. Foreign mil milftary
ftary milftary attaches saw no new weapons. !, -"'

First ,ouarter wholesale transactions this year
amountedifto 26 billion dollars 10 percent under the
first qua4er of 1957. '

- ,, ,. "" ' ; Lightweight champion Ine Brown na; ut &flower
The .big,,drou 'was in durable-goods .19 nercOnt fd)atring partner ea the sidelineE.',, t
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, tinder the tirst three months of last.year. Nondufa- 44 K-4 - 4 , , ,
bles cl,ecRsed only p percent In the same period. ' s The latest' .18 Itliirt Enhis'-7wha7stiffered' a
' - r, pair of broken 4ibs- Cworkout with 13rown yesterday..
' Durable good; inventories showed little changelle - -, ,J.Erown,5 who4.',meets;',,141talpIe
March but were 3 percent below a vear ago. : C ''''''4"'it"4 '1 "' d-tw 'th r
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The Federal Reserve.System reported. a sizable drop k ,ttectwi lonat,ectorquit 411.14' 011611t ;' 4:(.
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: In outstanding consumer installment credit in March: kFn :
--down 180 million toltstsirodt Tebrtisty,- tSkinritic- -,- '
;.to accolmt.,seasonal influences; : --' s ''; '
- '-'' The best the American owned favorite ,,q3ald Eagle"
,
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' ' cotild do w'svi, finish seventhin the Two-Thousand,-Guineas
"Nearly all" the March decline in constimer Install-
Stake; at Newmarket,,,England.
, rent credit was in automobile loans, the Federal - .. ,s., , , ;
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loans Engloans and charge accounts dropped 66 million dol.-- ,,... 3.. t, .. ,,,. , . ... , , .. ,, 4 .,
lars from FebruarY to March,' Personal loans went up - . '''. ''' : ' r '' '' ' lish berbi,on Juni4th!' faid Eagle,: owned II Harry'
22 millton dollars for the same Period, '' s - ,.. : , ,.,'. ,. , . ... Cugge. nheith .'of ...ands rant; New 'forks kept pace with.
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, Along With these indica rs-. the Tre sury a so an . .. , . .' the-leads for three4ouarters of a Inile,tkelt faded., .,.,,'rh, e
rmunced that income tax refunds on 1957 taxes .' jeth'ir'''''Ant'-erican'-ewned horse ina' the field ---3Neptune
:an. 1 to April 24 totaled $2.452,000,000, or 35 percen ..
t ' The Second"! finished 10th-,, He 1,1( owned by Mrs. .,
'' rore than the dollar amount for-the same period in '. ..,,... , , .
A. Widener of Palm Beech, Florida'. .,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 2
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' Ile also asked tsr Congressional annroval of a
117,597,0OG Canal Zone governmentibudget.

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- The Philadelphia-. Philo have parted 'with -a bonus.
- baby who signed for $40,000 In 1953: ' ' .
' Right-bander Tommy ()tatters was sold 'to the Chi
cago White Sox fori'more than,the $20,000 waiver prices--
'General manager Roy Ramey of the Phils said they
- - didn t the Idea of giving up Qualters -but ,that the
- ; clubis deit in pitching and softie have to go. He spent
most otthe last few seasons In the minors,
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, Lightweight champion Pie Brown has 'put Another
Darttner on the sidelines.
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Manager Rill Rignev bt San Francisco predicts his
Giants can stay in the National League race all the way.
,Rigney explained ,,,,o "It we get more of the kind
pitching of Johnny Antonelli showed yesterday lwe can
stick in this race."' Antonelli had a no-hitter'working for
six innings and wound up allowing only fib!.
' ,
' Rookies such las Bob Schmidt, Orlando Cepeda and '-
Jim Davenport are playing ,Hfollow the leader" behind
Hank Sauer and Willie Mays. Mays is hitting at a .397
clip while the 39-year-old Sauer sports a .389 mark and
la second with keven homers,
Sauer, admits thia. is ihe lastest' start of his career.,
o'Don't know the reason," shrugged Sauer. "'I'm swing-,
Ing the tame as always but they sure are tailing
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THE UNITED STATES proposed last week that an TOWARDS WEEK'S END, a surprise maneuver by C CANADIAN STAN LEONARD picked up $10,000 Sun
international inspection be established in the Arc- Panama University students caught ZOnian3 un- daY afternoon for winning the Tournament, Of
' tic to allay fears of attack by II-bomb planes flying aware. ,,' ? ChampionS at Las Vegas.. ,
.
ever the North Polar route.. , , ,
, 4 A group of patriotic young Panamanians launch- Leonard was tied for second place going into the final
The; proposal was inade in answer to Russian ed "Operation Sovereignty" by planting about b0 round.but NMI the title in a thrilling duel with third-
tharees that flights of American nuclear planes over Panamanian flags along various ganal Zone- streets.- round leader Billy Casper, Leonard shot a 63 in the final
-- the Arctic in the direttion of the Soviet Union con- round 1or record 72-hole total of 275. Leonard had shot
stituted a danger to peace.- t- Their purpose, thet,explained in an Official coin-. three straight 69s on the earlier roundi Casper lost the
i munique, was not to haul down American flags, but crown br shooting, a final round 70 for a total score of
Preiclent 'Eisenhower made the proPosal In a letter to bring attention of the people of the United States 27G. Frank Stranahan took third place with a 230 while
to SoViet Premier Nikita S Khrushchey., to the international problems between the two coun-, defending champion Gene Littler and. Tommy Bolt tied
, - trieaconcerning the Canal., for fourth with scores of 281. Leonard clinched the con
' FollotkIng qp-the letter, the Unite-a-States introdue, , test on the 17th hole tthen Casper twice went in the wav;
ed a ProPosal for an insPection system in the' United The surprise operationwas handled quietly by' ter to take double bogey. Up to the 15th the two men
', Nations Security, COUnCit 's Canal Zone Police who merely took down the had been in a see-saw battle from the very first hole.
- ' flags. No student-. was arrested, although they ,
" ,. could have been charged with disturbing the , 0
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LASALLE'S IRA DAVIS was named the outstanding
Soviet U.N. Delegate Arkady A. Soho lev rejected the '. ' 4 '
American plan. He called it a diversionary move to Although Zonians who witnessed the incidents te- athlete at the Penn Relays carnival in a poll of sports sportsdistract
distract sportsdistract attention from the American Arctic flights. garded it all as a joke, the Panama Foreign Office writers who covered the event. Davis was the choice of
-, t, - - , commenting on the move, termed it ., a "delicate 18 writers while Villanova's Ron Delaney was second in
.
Sobolev said-the' inspection plan should be taken situation" which they were- investigating. -the balloting with 12 votes. Bill Woodhouse of Abilene
up a "stuntnit" conference of heads of government. Zone officials declined to comment., - "-,, Christian was third in the voting and Ed Collymore of of,
, of, 4 ,, t , ,,.. t, ' Villanova lourth. Davis Wan the 100-yard dash and-the
Swden 'suggested that countries which have terri- ' --.---1-0--- -- ,,- ', hop-step-jump,--finished fourth in the broad jump and
,. - anchored 1,asalle to victory in one of the mile relay
tory above the Arctic Circle study the question and --
that thi result of the study be nut before the summit From' 'Washington came word that Cana' Zone
ineetinr,,,he United Sta,tes said it Wa3 agreeable., : -,-Cov.,William E. Pater is against scrapping the Pan-, .., ., ,e- , - ,, ,, ...-,, 0,
- -. i - $ , - ama Railroad despite the fact that it is still It.sing , , , ., t,.1 - , ,,
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., 1,,,,., -- ,., ,., .-- 0 --- ; ,, ": - money. ',.', : -,,-, , ; ,t --
1 ',. . -' '', ---'-'' , Italian heavyweight Mine Bozzano 'used superior
.
President ,Gatnal Abdel Nasser-4f Egypt was -the Appearing before a -subcommittee .of the Senatel ,speed to outpoint, former world lightweight champion
-guest Of honor at Russia's traditional May Day parade, .Appropriations Committee in connection with budg- Joey Maxim at Milan, Italy. Bozzano, who is 12 years
, i. ,, et requests for the' CZ governme,ot tor the eomhlIt younger than Maxim, never floored bim although he did
through the Red Squat!. In Moscow,
el ,losees 01. shake Maxim up in the -eighth Jotmd,' Maxim used ell ,'
r---:,-, ,,,,,,, t, -, fiscal year, Potter told the stoup that th
Nasaer heard defense minister Marshal Rodion Ir. the'railroad are, !tot, as great, as ;before., , ,, the.tricks in his book but was unable to stem the Italian's
- aeries of ene-twos and lefts to the'chin and body.
Malinovsky accuse theyllnited 'States in a speech of. -';' ' ' '
'musing unbardof. methods" in "sending Air Forte "'; He also turned thumbs dewy' on a proposal ,,.,,, .., .., r, , ,. "- '' ''
Tannol pain-vino, IT-ttnmhe fit fh mwipt frnnti.rt t .! -4 that a highway. be.built across the Zone. .. , -,,,, ,-, 01, -,,,, ,--- ,

- Potter said that before hichway Is built, the
U.S. government must deride whether sea-level
or modified locks canal will be hunt in the near
future.

, The Territorial Rules Committee of the Major
Leagues has opened the way for the possiblereturn a
NationaL Liague team to New York City. r r'
' r' The Committee recommended the change.for appro.-
val by the Baseball Commissioner and the' next joint
meeting of the Majors, ,

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: ' "'' 4 '' s ,'''''' '! ' .- : '' .--"-----0.--- ': ,: ::, growth of population, the eirguit of either Mitor League
, While the Russians buttered 'up Nasser' with I; the ,,',, 1- i. ,'' H :, .., .J .,: ,, ''' kt- ", .. may be' changed to include any city of the other Malor
bighest honors at the start of his 18-day visit ,to: the ..
Soviet Union, there were indications that, Egyptian It :mat', announeed this week 'itint a i three-en12
truss bridge ,has been selected roll the tvne t ',League after approval of the league, desiring, to change :,
(1 sna" Its circuit and the commissioner.' ,,, ', : ,.,:e: .. .,
. relations with the Western powerr-were Improving. the C911111.':..11 Is to be builtMt rtnihm: erossing the '- ,,..- ,,.... :- ,, ..:,..., :7., ..:. :,,,;,,,,,,..,!,--,.--.,,,,. a. ,,, :
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': In Rome, Egyptian' rdelegatei signed a preliminary , , ,
' '' ' t- ''' '; :: '':' :: ,':,..... the leagues would vote separately with the commissioner
agreetnent under which stockholders of the Suez :Ca- :,.: ; ', ,', ;, ---t0-;--- 4 P '''. .',. ::. - ': : adding his vote in ease of a tie. ), - ; : -,1" ..: ,
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. as compensation for Nasser'a nationalization 'or:the '' The Canal Ppnished nine of Its employes for 1 ,, :: 7., i: 1,: ..:; 2, .,,,,, 0 0...... ,,.. ::,, .-',. 7, ,'
waterway,,.' , :: 0,...,,' 1,,:-; ,. '1' ' '' ,,:' 7, contraband activities tini largest grouts of 2 :.: , ., i., ,: -. , ,,p ,, , .,i , .t,., .. ,.
' ' - '.." ' ''"' ', peonle cited'for ttIMMISSIty purchase ylolatione. ,:;
Manager Rill Rignev bf,San :Francisco predicts his
: In Washington. the Treasury Department anhouriced , Two were fired and seven ethers were evicted .: Ciente can stay in the National League race all the way.
the release of about 26 million dollars in Egyptian :: from Zone quarters. -,' 1. .., ,., .; ': : I ,,- :,-: ,, ,, : : ,: ,. ,,, :
rovernthent funds.which the United States had kept ,.- ,.., :,... '' '' : Rigney explained :::.,' "If we get more of : the kind :
frozen", since Nasser seized the canal two yearn:, ago: '''.' The' 'Stella-4.- Came lust five : days : after : Lica' : :'
Itehin of Johnny. Antonelli showed yesterday lwe can
- tern warning :1 P g
' '' ' '' : ' ' ' : 000..--AFSCME 'AFt-CIO homed a s stick in this race." Antonelli had a 110-hitter:working for
- 7,-,-,- 0 : 7 'to ifs members ts eferelp from contrabanding -7 six innings and wound up allowing only six: .... ... .. ::-.

" or face severe penalties, ,
The nittst ieent eCnnomic statistice Indicated a:
!nixed pa.tterri atthe weekend. ,',

Unitr44States denarithent store .,sales for .Mtirch
were uh nationallv over, February to 1314ber cent of
the 19A2'-.51 averoo4t-Tbp inth..- for .rebruory Iraq 124. ;
a narticutorly hnd tpop,th.., The. figure, for March a
year agd wa4 137.,' -,.' : )-
-The liencital areas of 'Improvement in denartm0nt
'store sales were those where unusually bod weather
In February joined with,economic factors to produce
a bad..Month at the cash registers.
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-k Conversion of CanaT Zone doinestie equipment to.
itn-evele elirrent is to be started. tomorrow for,the
Pacific' trek -
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,'Contrortne ,for the emtveestoo;Crk is Consoltdat-:
eft troemation01 Pleetric Co., Notices -were. sent out,'
tq 'oil householder ,whose- quarters are included in
the conversion work. f

, March wholesale trade moved upward but remain remained
ed remained well below March of last year, sales Of merchant - ,
wholesalers foi the first ouarter of this year gave, a '
clearer picture,of the recession.

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