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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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, ,oeveral transit racorclawirs, list shl poing thrciughtha Panama tanat. last Ininth
Including,,tha tOtal ouniSerlef vessels wlilok:Oicseded 1000 tor ;
shdar tylonth.:. ,the Carl .17'
: Therre :,wer0101 'ttaniiti, all- sfssis- s ivaiii:setiahjgolrig
los, 'with 88Z: ttimrTierlal 'and 24: LIB.. gov,e roment,: :tip:;;:thla;t0tal;1 ;'
y Both the numbeit's of, 'eceim-going ."11,1pf7 and ;Oosan-gi ing tominercial
:.:.the Pap al arcii,'if.e.!.i,reCordc Lastinion vials ,th firat time vihidecean;g0ing,shipe.
cee d ed e 900: irlarkl;:,,,The-,1):revioul,.recO ids erti, 840 .:sh ioai; M arch
:,.;.; 1957i and:0205. loslo :Jant,iert. ';-:7
While Abe' ntirnber. 0f...transit's was ab9ve priv' bus maiks, :14 Is'not:oxpooteil
that Oa 'Tinionnt'of 'cargo ,shiprp'ect.thr,01.10'1 laSt iTionth' sxetici-e.4, th'se previOnts
reoind,; pyr int.-recent )nicinths the. ,aVeragiv,a mcitint Of,. cargo, ::transporisiii
the Nviterw'ai ilas.'beerv'erid 'Of '7 it-46
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' Prospictive 'bidders en 'Ahe jolt of eon.
Itructing the piers and other substructdre for the Canal bridge
have been notified of the possibility of obtainhur both cement
.;Itud reinforcing steel front Panami nialittlaCtOring plants.
' : Pananut Siring have Indicated that they'can produce cement;
:aid reinforcing steel at-competitive prices' which 'wilt meet re
guired, specifications, the information bulletin said.
It is a part of Informative material being distributp tO
- than 100' majof contracting firms in the Unitektitaties, about the
:bridge and specifically -abeut the substructure,-,
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lener informatio ,, On
-: tho bridge substructure Contract
is being tfurnished in advance
, of the' .advertisement for bids
, scheduled for April :',15.,,Thq bids
are to be' oPened -Juno 224
The, basis inforrnation4ill be'
of F cg1S1 once to, firms Alarming
tiaL,,,,s 4'. the caripietitiva
s'
, Canal inthorities ,arek Stwait6
ing tinaliciesigns :and sPecifica,
, : tisane from- Svedriip k,.Varcej,,
Inc., iles, ga;', contracting", firm.1
These are -expected ,catljt
April after yhieb, bids 'will be,
' solicitech r'-4 ,
4. The basic hiformation being
ailed to ,:' !Au?", contracting
firms is alo Venable upon
request, to Panama' Companies Companieswhich
which Companieswhich ma beconie -' suppliers
of' materials...,
The material- being distributu
- od in, advance of the bidding
period in:dudes a general de description
scription description ,of the high level bridge
project; eight drawings :prepar-.
7j'f4S,:40.!;:..ij..,1;;;,110!
tti.14iftli:N.100$0i::.
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14..!3-'.,11.317Itecords:;
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frb6 inolittitormarch,:,,,usuany
'One,,of the 4riest and hottest ,of
the year,',', ended'', in' traditional'
fashion, .after.31- 'blistering, Alays
dtuing modmum, tem-,
peratures : Balboa. ,-,,Heighta
: wereret1O,degrees- on, 64. but

WAIW ALC4,n0 ' WA41.7,Ke vauso
, Last Friday,,, the L maxlmum, quire& o 111 m
temperature reading at' the Bal', 17he. egrt'
boaq'.. Heights' lreathef.--statiort e. for Aire sui
rose digrees,-,,milting, it be
the, hottest; March -- day-, on re- ,.z-
cord. There were-six othar :daYs in"
- when: a maximunr.of degrees RP:C
Was registered.',
',Ins hot weather:has:been ac. Ken Lan lc.'
. comparded- by one of the long- mg,' W
, est : dry 'periods Canal Zone Atip--
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weather histor., Ort,the 'Pacific 1
-... side tht re'- has been, no trace' of 7
rain sir ce -,j'entaary, .211;',. This 1; ua; la:eat:nit 106(11 iaryl a, it'
'! the ;longest period ',without
, trace of rens Aince the dry, sesta- during,Nbickall
4 son of 1026. according ,to ,panal emAt
loyes were, on -1
zone weather records; business wh
The ,jast long -,dry- period:, si bandied' b courts
Balboa Heights -occurred in 1944 was,:stispended ,un
when there were 78 consecutive oases, of 'an urgeni
daye withart measurable.rain, given. opreliminar
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' 'Weather lin the Atlantle' side
meantime '1 has been pleasantly
tool' with', maximum tempera temperatires
tires temperatires seldoin rising above -85 de de,
, de, greet. There also has been tome
Meaturable rain reporte4 :,trom
the Cristobal station.
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tt trt I l' o'
. ec ca serv ce n
Bank 'of the Canal 'was inter.
rumpted Mnday night:tor a about
bout about two hours because of ,the
. !allure of the 21.000-volkpowec
cable to this area.
, ,,Lights and power, in' Balboa)
end other East Banittommunini
ties dipped' sharply 'when the
cable failure occurred '' at 9:33
p.m. ...They dipped ,..twice.more
during testing, and 1estoration
of service by Electrical Division
lorces;o q,
.!The power failure. affected
Cocoll, RodmaN Palokleco and
' Fort Kobbe., 5 1.

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a;!: 1 st month Was 1VOIll:. divided be-
lii'.1,Aliidg'i.;bride'is..7:Cim".'6'n''.1i.,..'.: tween' northbound and .aouthbound
traffic 'llorekships moved in' both
,,z,'::,;-,-..' ."--,'i,:.-,.; -,,.J ',.:,,-.,' ,":, .:. 7.(.:.-- :,..,. .!.,. :y ,;.: ?:,;!..,: J::::,:., ,, ; ;:., etions an ever before...-. ';!''
:,..,::1 There were 43g. shipuin ,filiesit
ig'''',;;Ste et:Iv-dila' blel';', He-it' .-:,-( !ram tha 'Pacific ae Ifict Atiaatic''
,, l'...,,,....4,,.:,,,,, ;....:;..,,...,, -:,,,: ,,,,., ,i,,,. ,,. :',,,, ,f,,;'..: :. : ,, ,.,',; ,.:4, comparettwith the'-,old ,recorsVel
-,,,, ':,7,.,.;4, -' '',-i,- .4.,,,.,ii-r,--,:,!-, ),.E,:.- ::'!",.,,,..,;'.-!:.: '. 408 vesicle in September ip5u ,-!.
,,:, ,:::'', :,:,$.:- .,,, : ., , ::.:,f: -!....:),'-',.--,.'; .;!-:',:,,. ':-, :::::,:. The',1,Atlantie-tOp-PaCiffe ttaffit
'ionsisted of '44g commercial !ships,
bidders in ':the,.Midtl-noillioli4ollitt lots ':of eon'.
the' former ;record 14426 transits'
VI and other sitbstructskre' ,for' the' Canal bridge
ed of the peSsihility of .ebtainint both. cement soutilbounC. having, been ;,,,-set : $11
;tee' from Panamit manufacturing plants.; .,..,;:' H March 195t; ;'-1,-,' ,,'.'''$:4':'-' ',,:i,'...7t,, it -;.,, c
8'have indicated that they,''can- produce ceinent; .-::''The. complete liguresiOlt Abe
amount'of cargo' shipped rtkr9ugh
steel, -' ott, competitive .'prices':.which-, will meet .re,!'"
ons; the- information bulletin sabl, ,.;',,,,,,,,,ii,' .-, ,,.;,.., the ',Canal last ,' month 1 ang7... tbe;
f Informative material being .distributpil: to Mori. ameilet 01,t011S,WilynoV be ,:itimpit,
ontracting firms ini,thi UnitekStates, about. the ed i.F'Seyeral Ails", .',,-,i'it-, .,::,.:;,, i-;7;
apy-abput pie "ubstructurt,-,:.:i 1-...; ',:.::,,:,:,-:. F : : :, Tit '' --::-",.., ,.1. 4 ;.,, k, ,' ",
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rifoiniativ,-- oli cl!bi...SVedr4 Is.: Pared: .131toto!w.:'
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lietura ,oritrett rtranhsr! and. It' booklet ; on cll..... 4ributed,toLthi;-eoithrued bealr,:

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ed !by SVecirupt; Parcel: photo-,
graphs;-:sand, a. bcpoklet on cli,
matological zdata aor tint ,Isth-1
mus,f., ,,,i;,,, ',.;,,,,...,,, '',--,, ,...--....:,., -,
,,-The drawing& show: the general-
areak of the bridge end it&
aPProaches; the. elevationt plarr,1
logs,41, ,borin gi satl abutment
and Versrtypicat trosysectionst
of te pletC. and the twp grade,'
sep ratiOn: structareao,?:,-,,,, .ylk
:1.,, f.'Thik-!santract, for tha Su,
structura, will-. Involve ', ton!, ,1
struction,t of:,,,A3 .;,plera..71we
massfve,;abutments, and' two
"reinforced --t grade -,feeparation
structures :' for -the approach
,roadways ', on which. :work, Is
' siovi. In. progress. -,' .--, : -, t ". .,"
' Some of the detailed inforniation,-
on, the substructure and
materials' required,aras ilescrila
ed. as tolloortifi.',' i,' :4 ,I
N The'sis pieni 'supporting thel
main -span and the west ap approach,
proach, approach, will' be founded...on rock
at elevation var3ring 'front sev seven
en seven to -80 feet below 'mean' sea
leVeVarld-can he eqnstructed
in 'open 'Cofferdams. ,, I, '- -',
-Foundations ..,--fer: the'!.r. main
piers t will -be rectangular,: 30
feet-wide by .88 feet long.
, "The -, piers, Of the ,, east ap apProatalArill
ProatalArill apProatalArill be 81213Ported on 36-
inch 'concrete caissons 4earried
ta reck.tt-,Pier shafts- -will', be re reinfarced
infarced reinfarced concrete,;Awo eoluran.
battered type: Maximum height
of the, Piers ,will, be abOUtA50
,
3 "ApProXimately 30,000--t ctibic
Yalta:, of concrete,.1200 tons of
reinforcing t steel, and 8000 li- I
near feet of 36-inch 'diameter i
concre 4:caissons 'will! he :ye :yequired
quired :yequired or 'the substructure: :-
tAi
.4e7he estimated ..' construction
time for3he substructure will I
be 100,,,dayi,o, '''I ,. ; '
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Regular. worK
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After' Vo'ctiolis'
,
' 'Panama eourfs were hick In
business today after one,' month
during ,which all judges Sad their
employes wervon vacation.
All business which, -vial; being
handled' by courts up to April 30
was suspended until, today. :New
cases, of an urgent nature were
given. ,,Treliminary handline.'
municipal courts. ,
All state courta have been tiosed
dowo, during the month of March
since 1954, however, starting Ica
year judges and court employes
will take their vacations under ,the
same regulations governing' all
other government offices.'
ongressmen
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. '',,) ,, , WASHINGTON '(IIPI) s,, ----There
re were .titese three psychologists,
, ,... o''',. seeoand they tpent three months
.t
Ile: weeb oversees looking into the way' our
1, ',Inter' military 4 aid program, was work-1
' ler I- ing, 1, ',0",.".1A, ) ,,, ' '' 'N. ,4
1 of the 0, Whai'they founti 'out 'was toe'
kpnwe; ecret te, be mentioned in public
' ,I. ,' ut the big brass at the PentaBaines-
gon pretty. soon decided Ao 'tart
ITIMUni sending our foreign aid exPerta to
len the school- "' .," ,,.,- .,, , ,,.
at 9:33 ',The research 'people' that ",fur ",fur31,
31, ",fur31, more nished the, three psychologist,: at
toration a tost to the government of $45,-
DiVialOn 000, got a contract to set. ut$ the
,r,''il), ,,1 ) school, it 'a price 'Of $60;2510
affected ,Then they hired for their staff
Deo and i bunch of retired military, tett tett'
' tett' '''''' I ter. Inchtded was a brigadier
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The turger:,a'shippint:throngk,
the 'Canal :last -month,
tributed, to, the;-tontinued heavy-
, tanker ',trade:and', the lettirS,AL:
i'many cargo:vessels
the rekessione,last year, The gr..
iftwOtphrent which has,,alyeadr,
sent AlptirentYvidett has- Alriadyl
broken genital' Tecordeithic ta.k
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'..,:1PridatIyeat.4 begott:14bott.tiotiii.--- 7 7- :
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-,,,tiontho agog fr,
ierhotrecerit ',tierceto:, Au Uen
largel,eglue t$ snack
ment'ot urge to, lapin t- N
SerapAroty shipimentp tO4:34pail
harm been exceptionally theagy this -A
year and the traffie'ntovement I
Ithig trade route hag ',bun augment augmented
ed augmented by considerably' wort-, tonnage
of other types of Cargogi --q s'

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','ttbert S. ;,Ifert,, tdMitilitrati've '-- "'
aide lo the 'Canal Zone: direttor Tjt 'oviaulii.officiallyiearned lotto
postni ,-,,who is moW 4n tthe United filet telephOnti ;',,officials on, bell)
States on annual is, attend:: aiditiof Seurth'of July Avenue-ating,
a fiye.day -management' dee,. tribute 'loin& of the 'Phone delay, to
elopment seminar -bemg held.. for Cana Zobe Maids who cillVananie
U.S.,J, post soffice'Lexicutives, ,,in City, front their -emploYers', heeees
Kellirteni Mao this Sind Aalt;foranhour
oneren, '07 It undeeeteetthat CanatXonti,,
' 411 10004,,
e ,semmar, -,
Uniyersity of Alabamuthiough,44
Jelephens;officialho,,a es net, aite,;,!,.
extension division School 'of ',1,nosnr, igroomintwith, thanat,,
commerce', and businese -7
-Mehl ,itpinien!,,ef,' sourest -Close',
tration. in cooperationwith the the, .; Poeria 4, Luz that
Memphis region 'ofr United States,
Post,Office Department, ,,'
It Is. designed 'to-prof-4de n type : Cana Zotto Akiithorifries., !".',.
- '' ems City bktfismick
of management training, which :tiiiiZniiisccordlog.to the sours"!
supplementr Practical ,'-'experience le144,knuld'orevide merotroritte,44;,,
and further deeeloP AdMinistrative y'tut.vice;oreident and
effectiVeness,1 ;, , .t!' genera mans ger t.R; Oglesby, has
alinatinced..that.-the newjelephone
, Heti recently,,,,,44mplited.: twii exchange ea' cOstishont 44043,0000-',
weeks in ,Wahington; 134.C.;;- here Atothet Panama exchangeS, new:
he made tour., through:. the oquipnienewill installed, soon.
varioue offices' the Post, Office'De, mucwoeitle :,; already.: On :Artlet,;!
partment .to observe'JhOphates 'Of Thecompany's lonvringe in-,
operation of the U.S. postal system, .volveli4xpenditufe of over $1,400:t:';
He will return in th,e-Canatione 000,,,during the';corninii Years'
in 4404 ?. ; fotaiwjelePhont
:, j'' An 'announcing, plaintler betteN,,
d:Of:Miiccin
, the aystem;',whiihr Ootesbi.?:
qermed .Nne 'of thelineerin Latin;
p Aroirkii 71-the!, Wet MomOva
gon crk.,
,
:emonunif and' ether areas,:
!'' :" AJtihty companies, e po n e
liAMG111,:eentra 'African, iteptibi, ere 4Itard-preated : to expand
lic,' April. 1: 4).' (UPI): theit tervicia' to ineet:tlie 'ilemandel
column lotmd ,the- bodiee ,ot.,,ten; of thkritiblio.;
tral African Republic Premier I'he company'laionitantlY studYt
Barthelemy-. '13oganda and eight ing- complex, expansion.' .problems,..
other pasiengersf today 'Ali- the Mcludinc such ;actors' as rpopule
wreckage of a Ferneltairliner that tin nshifts.tt,.
'trashed On'n 4'neat. her" After rforicitsts ,are'rmadif;,?f, and,
Sunday, - the ;telephone 7 -aysteni'g

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general who,','"ati' a SStrper? 'daY schtiOt'iiihing -,, PuiPosis,,,i.sitt!.., seirch, which hired the. psycholot
consultant to the' Defense., Depart- saving ,At $33,2S0', yearly.', - : .,','.' gists and is' tunning the school in
imento lelped make the 'decision, .- Rep.,', Robert .1,, Corbett -(R-Pc,) a big apartment house near th;.
, to giVe iem the contract.,',.,,.. 'h ' siald; a -school staff of :39, teach Pentagon.' ', was ,' afraid '',',,,securit
' And -that's where ,,,Chairman ing a class"' of" ilik, looked sort of, precluded ii answer.. ,.',17',',',,,,.., ,..
Jamet C. Davis i(1),Gra) ,lind : Ma paddetv tr,,htm',i, .t. John" ,14. t.tiel. r HOICOM b. ''' tOOk I C chatice ,' and
'House litibcommitteis :otr Manpow combe., ,the ,tDefensa Department lifted'i bue corner" of 'the' securitY1
er 'waste got intlythe 'plants.", The. man,' said the usual thing in mai. curtain. He said : for -instance it"
Defenee Department -man, the re. tary '," schools :' is ',lime staffer to wouldn't ,,," mike '. sense ,', to .,:' givIi
search boss, 'and .the' general said every two puplis.'.:,:,:..,',..,.., :,,'t 0,4, somebody ,',' a .destroyer if !' their
the 'wheie thhig 'made .ssense and ''t1That flabbergasts ins 'a ,littleX sailors weren't able .to tun It. He
saved'. money., The, subcommittee. said 'Corbett. t.,,v, ,, a ,, lki ,- .1 ..t,,'04., "i, said, psychologists might make de.
at 'the end of' two dais of hear. : Dr- Dale, Alford ID-Ark.), ,, a cisions on the, anilors' ability to
tags; 'still wasn't sure. ',, v ",',..',:'.;." ,,,,' physician, said what ha couldn't learn. : ' -'' : ', ".r. -i, i .,., I
Davie said be had 'added hp the see was what special, competence ',. Alford ,said' even so..- tha Armi,
salaries paid all the 'school's ate, psychologists had to go 'round the Nav3r, and Air,. Force have thou.
fent,. and the retirement pay -they world making judgments 'on milli sands of their .own psychologists,,
continued to draw,:. and tad dia. tary patters in-lhe first place. and why as it necessary to hire
"covered they alt could have been Draohn Flanagan.. president mf three',eutaiders ''''' through' F' Plana.
1 coaled kook to naive' dotiv. doo 11'4'; American 'Institute ,,, for,, Ro. gan? Holcombe said Uncle Sam's

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5E111 RclIVIANClifittSKA,5 allfreb.), e ,!an o n it,. ,are :s OW11 eon-.
,:terri,ng, ivith .CiotrW, FotterAind41.) In .41s, olllen palboa Ileights.The, two, enngressmen;,
Whol Viatti ,.,10-:itthel. Canal Z011e ,week; .leter aenomPanied the OnVernor oti; a trip
tn,larelloretiAnCka 'Pingellf then,,Inade a partial. transit of 'the genet," end4rispeeted several'
;Flinarnk-Canat, facilities. ,Hruska4eft yesterday', foe Bogeti, where he,: to, ,attenci the:
Foreign., Agrioniturs,'Serviet,Marketing'Xevelopment Meeting.: Dirigell,'), Ineniber'of the HOUSe',
Merellhht-Itarhlwwnd risheriptlCqramittee, wile& for. Nevt,' TOM thie afternoon- theard the'.

d Tisheript1Conmittes, oblictl: for Nel',.YOrlt"- thlitafternoolv-ROnatd thni,
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the, clogging, of peak-hour telephone cemmunitations between the Canal Zone and kanami City,
a ;niers& y IAN spokesinan, nonceded today. (" t
The'new exchange acheduled to go) into, service January 1901,' will speed the preSently-overlonded
,telephone eystent In the business area the city.,
Zontans often:find imPossible to call P,anamt, City between It a.m. and 11:30 am., and be between'
tween' between' 3 and .5:30, p.m. 'Some Zonians ,cialm ther can- call New York faster than they can
Bells'irista or their liquor', dealer at such hours.
,,Br July' 2 thelruerze vials will hare tie more operators on the long distance board. This
qilitite lt easier for caller, :from Panam to get an operator to talk to, but no easier to talk
to the,,Partr,theP ,want' tin the Zone. TheOnumber of long distance trunk lines will remain the
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are sought to finance the needed
expansion.
After the zone,' becomes avaiD
able, 36 to 48 months, are usually
required to, secure equipment' and
put it in operation.
.In discussing the local phone
problem. Oglesby addedi ,,
"Regarding the demands being
made upon our telephone system
today, the following facts should tbe
made known:
,
.sband Wife
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Teams ea ure
;In Illt4ln' Head'
Hole lit- the Head," 'Arnold
tchulman's two-act comedy now
in rehearsal at the Theatre
Guild under. ,.the direction of
'Kathy, Wilber,. features two bus
band-and-wife teams. -- 'Walt
:Ind Iiiridi'Diamond, litst seeti
in the,,Guild's highly' successt
ful "Diary of' Anne Frank," and
Sol'and tirelyn Farbman, newt
comers ,tcr the Guild' stage..
,' Also L'maidzig h I Theatre
Guild debuC will be the Dia;
tooncis' young son,' Stephent,'
'whose first. appearance, before
'the, footlightt." was ,,to the Cir4
'tie 'Theatre produCtion of ."Sev!.
en-Year Itch" Several years ago'
Other Viembera of the cast of
"A Hole itt the Hes4," which, lip
'scheduled tor prOduction,,the
week of' May, 4; are Mel Miasall,

eichatigi, plitnned:pir yanitina,City wit! do nothing to clear up

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,,-;" 3. n e present system there nassenger Was taken by the oa
Teams ea ure ,, is an overload at certain times of that "disciplinary action" will be
the lay in specific areas. This taken. ,,,"
, causes a, more than bormal delay R seemS that the ladv passenger
,, ,,,,, t , 4, between the. time the subscriber -one of 45 aboard,the Plover PloverIn
In PloverIn ,,IMole4 'irt Head''
dials-a number end the time the claimed seasickness, ,,pleading so
' '''A' Hole In-the Head," Arnold
signal begins to function. pitiousiy to be set ashore that the
Schulman's two-act comedy now ringing
We kindly ask our subscribers to operator turned out of the Canal
in rehearsal at the Theatre
be aware of this fact when they ex- channel and Remitted to land at
Guild under :the direction of
perience delay in completing calls. the Balboa Yacht Club pier.
Kathy Wilber,. features two bus.,
, "As with all telephone systems, The tide being low, the Plover
hand-and-wife teams.--- Walt
can be extended to serve a par
there is a Jimit to how far lines tan on a reef. Passengers were
:Ind Hindi' Diamond, last seen
ticu- later transferred to mother Canal
in the,,Guild's highly' successt
ful lar request for service. There are lannch and hrought Into Pier 18.
ful "Diary Of Anne Frank,"
Sol 'and tvelYn Farhmen, newt individual reqUests for service In the grounding, i a hole was
comers ,to the Guild' stage. i which lire located at such great stove in the Plover's hull. The
, Also, 1,,makihr h i s Theatri distances from an exchange, that it launch has been 'repaired and re reGuild
Guild reGuild debut will be the Dia ie. impossible to fulfill them at this turned to eervice at a cost of more
monde' young eon, Stephen, time,,, ',, 2, .. .4 t, , than $1,000.,,,, ,,
whose first 0 apPearance. before "However,. all requests are care- How the ;lady passenger felt a athe
the athe footlights' watt In the Cir4 fully filed by area and, in the fu- bout the, gallantry, and the delaY
Cie Theatre produCtion of "Sevt- ture, should there be a sufficient caused by the' grounding, has not
en..Year Itch" Severai years ago. numbee of requeste to'ntake the been revealed, -
Other leteMberti of the cast of eonstruction of the lines feasible, i .'',
"A Hole in the Head," which, iss the company will proCeed with la
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scheduled tor prOduction ,tthe such. 'a project as early. as possi- n I ,
week of' May, 4, are Mel Miesall, bie,"'' ,e i
el h'. ' T 13 1(1 P.' t
Virginia McDuff,' Gordon Dixon He discloSe 'Lat, of the comps- 0 11 irs
and Ann Harvey. ,, , -, t, nv staff; 98.83 ere Panamanians. a g,, ,',',,,, ii l',, 0, e
-----e .,; , , 7 t, -""------'---- ATOM $C tArgo uD
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"P" I s h. '
LONDON' 43'0-4 British en en'''Cl100'1
'''Cl100'1 en'''Cl100'1 ;1610r ''' ',Italy -Psyc os
ill ,. gincering firm today announced
,, ,- ,4 ', ,,,' ,,' ,, t,' ,',! ',- g,',,- '-,., ,t,-,,,t ;' e,, ,, ; plans to build the' world'e first
seirch, which hired the. psycholle peoPla were busy; ,4, ,, .c I.. .,' k atomic cargo submarine-a vessel
gists and ie running the school in ,' Rep. '11,.. R.,1,1Gross elt-owa) that could revolutionize sea trans transa
a transa big .apertment house near the' prbably made ;the unkindest re- port. -,1,' 1, ', ,..,'
Pentagon, was ,' afraid ,,aecurity mark of all. He, said A looked' to The Mitcbell engleeering organ
precluded eit answer.: ,,, st.,,L., ,, him .that Brig, ,Gen.i Henry t C. izetion said it'nlans a 50,000-ton.
'lleleorehe 0 took a ,, chance ,k and NeWton, Aired as school director 600-foot Atieleer-powtred subma submaliftedl
liftedl submaliftedl bee cernee of the sectirite at ,$14,500,. while drawing $6,027 re, rine' that teeld trevel under the
curtain. He said for Instance it tired pay from the Army,, had ice Into Canada's Hudson Bay the
wouldn't mike sense t to I give sort of set himself up for the job: year round. ,i i'," ' ' ''
somebody ,' a lestroyer if ,' thee Newton didn't get e chance to Valuable ores mined In the area
sailors weren't able 'to ten It. He answer that for the record but lie build up during the 'winter be.
saki. psychologists tnight make de- said, afterwards ,,thia ,,,wasn't so cause' surface vessels cannot get
cisions on the, litilOTS ability ,to and Ate was sure, his. testimony hrough the thick ice Into the bay
learn. -' : , 1, i .' 4) will Clear Up, remaining coati- 'o traneport them to smelters.
Alford said' even so; tha iktmy sion. : ,,,, -0.. i, ,(, A spokesman lott Mitchell engl. 1
Nally lind Air, Force have thou- v Davie iald lie hopes so, but ',-ering Raid the planned subma submasands
sands submasands of their ,own psychologists, theft this ,will have to Weit.,' Tee 'Me, nicknamed the "Moby Dielc,r
Ind why as It neeessary to hire subcommittee won't meet again 'mold 'cost ,around 54 million dol.
thret-outsiders ',' through' r plan. until after a 40-day recess for 'Ars. He said it should be teady
gan? Holcombe said Uncle Sam's Elates, ': ,- , about 1962. ,,' t '. ,' ' '

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ceeded that which could be fore foreseen
seen foreseen even a short time ago. This
cndition has resulted in a tele telephopetsystem
phopetsystem telephopetsystem which is being taxed
to its, fullest capabilities in all a areas
reas areas and'overtaxed in others.

reins andovertaxed in others-
42;;The average number of calls mIlidaCtlail8nt"
per 'Instrument has increased to The board sat to determine the
doesn't pay In the con cone:we
e:we cone:we dm oephi nolaornd If lir:et:41T aat oCnan a'
8.1 daily' while in the largest ci- why and wherefore of tbe ground groundties
ties groundties In ths U.S, the average daily ing of the faithful launch Plover on
while In the largest cities in the its regular Sunday night return
U.S., the average number of calls trip from Taboga last Mar. 22.
per Instrument is but six or 7. Such a dim vieW of the 'launch
operator's courtesy toward a lady
'Qn the present system there nassenger Was taken by the board
is an overload at certain times of that "disciplinary action" will be
the day in specific areas. This taken. '
causes a, more than normal delay R seetn's that the lativ passenger
between the time the subscriber one of 45 aboard, the Plover
dials- a number end the time the claimed seasickness,';,pleading so
ringing signal begins to function. pitiously to be set ashore that the
We kindly ask our subscribers to operator turned out of the Canal
be aware of this fact when they ex- channel and attemnted to land at
perience delay in completing calls. the Balboa Yacht CIO pier.
, "ita with, all telephone systems, The tide being low, the Plover
there is a Jimit to how far lines tan on a reef. Passengers were
can be extended to serve a particu- later transferred to another Canal
lar request for service. There are latinch and brought Into Pier 18.
individual reqUests for service In the grounding, a hole was
which sre located at such great stove in the Plover's hull. The
distances from an exchange, that it launch has been repaired and re reis.
is. reis. impossible to fulfill them at this turned to service at a cost of more
time t than $1,000-''
However,. an requests are care- How the lady passenger felt a afully
fully afully filed bY area and, in the fu- bout the, gallantry, and the delay
ture, should there be a sufficient caused by the grounding, has not
number of requests to'make the been revealed, -
eonstruction of the lines feasible,
f.
the company will proeed with orf h Firm
such a project es early as possi- 11' IS
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-- Rep-, John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) said today that-hilt', i
fully satisfied Gov. William E. Potter is presently admin.
istering the Canal ZOPO in accordance with the, spirit,as
well as the letter of the 11955 treaty between Panameciid
the United,Stotax.
, Dingell;whO hos been on a four day visit to the ea.;
nal Zone, sailed for Newl'ork,this afternoon aboard
Panama' liner Crist6bal;Ihe congressman ,7is
of the House Cmdaittee on Merchant Marine'and Fish;;
'eries;which is concerned with all legislation affecting the
Canal Zone.
Dingell emphasized that he Is firmly against any
action by the U.S. or,Panamoi which wOuld impair or erode
US treaty' rig,hts in the Canat Zone." t
, Asked to comment on President Ernesto de- la Guar
, 4
dia Jr sui'ecent letter to President 'Eisenhower outlining
specific'alleged violations of the 1955,, treaty cmd mem-,.,
hi a m i
randunff understanding, the Mc g n ongress on so d.
he' had, MA yet seen' , text of ,the letter.
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!When iked: "Do Yott' think theiv
is any equitable solution tn the
tontroversy,over equal :wakes and
emploYmenil oppQrtunity in tits Ca-.,
nal. Zone- tor non-U,S.:,zveitizent17,
Dittgell'declinattAi cotiiinent;7:
litut 1 do boliove," he laid,
,01that tho U.S. admintstratiOn of
the Panama Canal is iniquastion
ably the best administritien The
Canal could have, both from Ms
standpoint of tho Rapublic
Panama and the frit', world."
Dingle also expressed himself
strongly against any idea 4tf inter international
national international or UN control of the Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. A San Francisco newspaper
recently editorialized in favor of
such a scheme.
Dingle said he believes the toss
of the Canal as presently adminis adminis,tered'
,tered' adminis,tered' would, be a disaster to the
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Operator's Couriey
!pi To Grounding
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tree Avor Id, tar rmore no than to the '?
US itself.,-- 1 c: ,' ll' -, 't,- ,)- .e.":
' ConceivablY,',:he .inid,l, the'rS k
could' exist econoinically,.. without -,
the Canal butthat thp damar0 tr) ....
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free world trade' Ciduin ", beyotid
repair., ,-'', i'.' -., !.- :
The lawmaker also said e would .'
like to Nee a concerted driv bathe, .
part ot Panamt,'with, or, without ..
foreign aid, to develqp more' local
industries and partictdarlY to ,cle!,,
velop the 'virtually untapped.. re! :
sources of the Interior. ,,,
Dingell, spoke with groat Oats
of Potter and his Current admin., '.
istratiek repeating that, he Ink ; ''"
Haves Potter to ItO, doing an ax,-4. :
captions! lob with a difficult ,aa-
signment. ,: ,,.' t. -'.':;, ;';, 1
The -House committee of which :
Dingell is a member will meet this
month to consider-Canal ;one af ,.
fairs, Potter is expected to testiil ;
in Washington shortly after' April
Dingle Said he expected -the
equal wage and emPloyment issue, '-
which he discussed with Potter,. '..;
here, would be aired during ,,, the
committee hearings. '. ',, r.. i
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Members rale Pana Ma:, eit:. :-;
Council last night voicbd their prea .1,:
tests over a bill tO creete ,a4lat 4..
tional Transport Conimittei Well 4'
has been submitted to the Per at ',
II
nent Legislative Committee.' ; :i
Councilmen protested that e ",i. ,i.,
bill does not take municipalitses , ,':
into account with regard te,,the ''
sale of license plates. The city to-
10118 also complained that the bil) 0.
does not conteinplate includi f ,.' .,
member of the City Council OD llA .:
Transport Committee. 7' '0 ,..,' ::'
The bill would empower theitora :.:1 ,,
mittee to fix speed limits and.rep :
ulate public transportation,;,saliit6 --:);
ies and all traffic'nroblem!u ). ' '.:'
During last night's Councitmeet. l
ing, chairman rederico Humbert 't 4
declared that several chauffeurs ..,
had manifested their displeasure .--
over the administration bilL'v be..1.7.:,
cause it institute! changes about ,..,,,.,
which their union had not blei e ,i0.f.,
consulted. ;,!..t t:,,n4.....Z.,

Minister Loner
Ses IsA,$.11ji.it.',100,0.:ii.
Fpr. Iii.O6..Y..,p'!,,if::
O OVIII VT WA 1 ,,77: ;
Public Work. M nis er ober. .,
to' Lopez rabrega today. said
there are Many reasons-''why'
the construction of the Pen.
nome-Aguadulce stretch Of the
Inter-American Highway ,,, being
built by La Framorco constrUni
tion firm is ldng overdue.,
Me contract with.- the gov4
ernment called tor -completion :
ly May, .1958, and provided. for
n penalty of $250 10T, each daY
the .project, Is delayed,' ,1::
Lopez Pabrega said the report
',Wen by his', public reiRtions
4ecretary filiberto Bazan
qas Bazan's personal interpreta interpreta'ion
'ion interpreta'ion of the spirit and the, letter
if the contract, ; and Villaias
-had not consulted with him be before
fore before It was. given to the press.

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' 'if ',, '' '" ''' 11011PITAL SUGGESTIONS
tie 0 Pr ,
: fl' lt bore the following suggestions for Canal Zone hospitlasi ;'' ,.,'''
i : r !I,, WhY not let each depadment keep its own; records .04
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f ici,':, charts? , ,,, ks
;.: i y,,','Why not let all purchasing be by one Section, instead Of bY
! the kitchen, and as in most cases through supply.
t 1: Wht not put cashiers and accountants on the first floor for
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,, t '' convenience of patients? '
t.. -, ,4 , ;- Tired Patient.,' ,,

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at t new, store oeote On Alth Street. (In front of Social
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not diarbon'do 'aro a JO l's friend:
o'f our' diamond offs, makao:tha Porfoot from
.v'il.fe' gift. taigast.' salaotlio tila:
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SEISAOpoteit 415,170-CeonwEl, Avenue airnvets taTN AND SIMI STOMATA
1 e, Pfntoss Atyliestwrawvaw JOSHUA POWERS. INC. .,
.1 ,I ii1-..:4'...,-1, SESillasosow Awl., NEw Venn. 117) K. V.'
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1 Sea k same ler Pesten et The Paeans Americo&
Letters ate received arratelally and are bandied la whelk eentlieetial
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tag eantribste a Lefler liee't, be impatient if, doesn't ...apes, the
Linen eveirshibled in the oder received.
:Please art te Itseirthe kitten limited to free Page slain
, ;--"- 'dente, all tatter writers It held ho strictest eentidence.
! This crewapaper ammo, ee reopenskilitv ler utakmeats sr pinion
'aaaranai le letters fremo ass4ars.
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Sir: '
Ttio ,Balbox .toffee shop is a place where more dirt pea than

ew:w en they were dtgging the Cut. The dtrt is of two Particular
Ifle - ,
Alalign,!'llaving an evil disposition towut, others. loading to
in)ure. latleful,,To defame, slander."
A 2. ,Mtlicittui4,',Troceeding,trom ill will, usuallY motivated by
jealousy and pettsi opits.v
- Couldhl totter bi';operd oft in the -toffee shop for those who
-don't want to hear, this, sort of rot?, There are n few Christians a
round who prefer their toffee without dirt.
, 'Otte thing for surethe remarks that currently emanate front
the'toffee shop show.just wh'at the speakers and their' listeners are
; made ,
' Hear

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, '''. BUS DRIVERS' PAY CLAIMS
it
is-, The Canal Zone bus drivers are right in seeking the higher hour hour'
' hour' Xpay :they claim to be entitled to under the law. It should be re reetembered
etembered reetembered that the buses are, an registered in Panama.
' ,,, Old Gill wag a hard man to dealwith, but the drivers now find
'' ids gong art harder. The old man is in India, iind I am told is not
: elitist any sign. ot condos back to Pawns. His sons are there therei,
i, therei, tereiq'unning, the but business, ,
- t i Driver tell nte that spares for the buses are obtained from the
Staths. through Out Motor' Transportation Section. If this be so (and
i dol not assert of my min knowledge that it is), these would seem
to -be some question of the propriety of a Panama-registered vehi vehides
des vehides using spares which I presume would be duty-free. ,' '-
.. Drivers I know' insist they are being worked More than eight
Pours day. In that the Gills are also reputed to Control a thriving
gelatins hi Rio Abajo,'Ind to own at least five 'etoensive racehorses
Itfeett bills ,alone ,must be at least $90 -mentirly for each one), be beaide
aide beaide owning the exnensive cars the bus driyers see' them in; ft
swourinatem the bus line' is not hi suck paiik!shope that a raise for
, )he vers would bankrupt Ote outfit. -, 'ii
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4 Three cheers for "Music Lover" (Mail- Beg, March 28) for his
letter on ,"1.1nsouna Effects." Many share biL feelings on HOG and
including myself, wish something could Int done 'about the noise in
the Ottidios. The gound effectg don't seem to 'bir'the only hindrance
to good programing which seems to have been forgotten, ss "Music
Lover" says altogether The announcerg also sound half alive on the
air4iind I'm wondering what has happened. Aren't they being paid
. enough or is it overtime?
Alie station seems to ber thriving enough to pay its announcers
decently-,without working them to sleep, and so it shopld be thriving,
'',, Iteine thi,only English-language commercial outlet in Panama. Are
',. theweary announcers the result of some bright attempt to substi substitti
tti substitti Eidetic, forlisternership?,
, 1 .,,,, f 4 ,' r g ---, HOS Supporter
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' ' COST AND SUPPLY OF lutertuary
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,; Recently, it has been announced in the local press that the cia.
' Tavitmefistle,Fiterza y Lilt has suspended its plan to build a hydro hydroeleenic
eleenic hydroeleenic plant at the Sayan. Mmnitaneous with the announcement
mentioned the papers carried a phiptograph of a ceremony in con conneetion
neetion conneetion with the breaking of gmund for ,installation of a steam
tnritine of 12,500 kilowatts at the company's steam plant at San Fran Fran,
, Fran, ciseede la Cads.
. From the coincidence in the appearance of the announcement
of auspension or the plan to build a hydrotelectrie plant at the Bava Bavano;
no; Bavano; from whichreheaper electricity could beupolied to Panama Citv
arid Its environs. a,nd the apirearanee of the picture of the ground groundbreeking
breeking groundbreeking eceeinony' for the installation of an, additional 12.500-1(116-
watt steam turbine at San Francisco de la Caleta, the thought is
ineseapable to Persons with practical knowledge of the means of sup-1
ply, and ,of the effect of,the means of supply on ultimate cost of
electricity to ronsumeel.,that tbere was no serioug intention of the
Cie. Prinamena de Fuerta y Lug to build a hydro-eleetric plant to
suppl cheaper eleetricity to Panama by Means of tbe Bayano river.
I It appeart.that the toPographical investigation undertakenby
the ,Cia. Panainefia de nem y Lux was intended to screen its pur pursuit
suit pursuit of another Concession tor eddition of another steam turbine to
the, steam plant at San Francisco de la Caleta for continued produc production
tion production of expensive electricity produced from comparatively expensive
crude oil imported from abroad. '
It has been intimated that the plan to build a hydrct-electric
plant at the Bayano his been suspended, owing to anticipated diffi difficulty'
culty' difficulty' that would be experienced in building "high head" dim.
What, then, prevents construction of a dam for "medium head" in installation,
stallation, installation, something like the Canal Zone installation at Madden
Dam, or a "low head" installation, for which the Bayano seems to
be quite suitable?
f. There are enough economically unfavorable aspects in the exist existing'
ing' existing' PolieY of supply and cost of electricity in Panama, involving
, asseasment of tariff and method of metering, that are being ignored,
, for,additional indifereace lo consumers' interest to go unchallenged.
14, i A large percentage of the Panamanian public contends that
eleCtricity is,rnore expensive in Panama than in other countries of
the' Americas. That is hot my contention. My questions are: Why ig
eleCtricity so expensive in Panama where the means of production
is to cheap, relatively? And why have certain welknown practices
el neelProcitY, that should be implemented in. supplying power to ter tertaig
taig tertaig consinners been ignored at the expense of the consumers?
't The ultimate cost of electricity to consumers depends on many
factors in the production and supply of, electricity, beginning from
thVeri planning of the kind of plant to be used to supply electric
power for a given community and including -a train of other cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, up to, and including a policy of equitable metering end
, delivery of current to consumers.
" Whei-ever SAY Ot the important conditions involved is over overInoked
Inoked overInoked or neglected 'the inhabitants and industrial enterprises of the
community served must become economic victims of the result.
No,informed person will deny that some of the important re requirements
quirements requirements for equity 10 the supply and cost of electric power to a
tar ti retion ot electric power-consumers in Panama are being
' red in favor of the, supplier at the expense of the consumers.
The use of the Ramo river to produce cheaper electricity for
Pa ama nould relieve the public paying the Mgt of imported crude
oil hich it is now paying on every kilowatt of electricity consum consum,
, consum, 04.3t shotdd not be postponed.
, a Andrei L. Lawson.

NOISY 01U Reg

Long overdue is a gripe about the avtful blaring noise thatcomes
fr the Margarita Union,Church even 'evening from a o'clock to
1:13.,The person who pipes the 2n1131; must be either stone deaf or
fttrmer operator-of a bag where the drunks enjoyed loud screeches
In FrOlktiCt ,
f tiv ono bloclis froin Mt church and sure feel sorry for those
imincky persons ivho'live iveareg, Apparently the music is al
aentlel for those living in Irt. Gulkk,
; Man,' of MY'friends whfc are .also. victims of this noise have
'-apoktit of It. bug because there is a church involved they are wait
, int; fog IlerneOrit elseto make the first complaint.
t IKVIVOtb-fl Ion the poise down, and then maybe we could
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- By VICTOR RIESEL "-r--i,
.MEMPHIB vairidere vairiderebly
bly vairiderebly down rivet here Irmo, Harry
Truman. But ',his "give-am-heir
technique hat been packaged.
And now -it is being -unwrapped
regull, Darutorming
troupe of MOW politcians--who
'topped by here a fete. daye ag0
in an early start to-get"it Demo Democrat
crat Democrat back into the Waite, 'Route.
From here they're fording the
old Mississippi in their ;..invasion
of one of their last frontiers,,
riamel' Seq. Barry Goldwater's
Arizona.
They'll set up shop in Phoenix.,
on April 5 just as they did here
at the Hotel China' last Monday
and Tuesday.,
For two days several bUndred
.regional labor. leaders listened-10
some sage ,advict from Jim Me MeDevitt.
Devitt. MeDevitt. director, of., the Washing-.
ton- office of the .AFL-CIO't COW
Mittet Politital Education,
(COPE).' The listeners were' from
Arkansas, and Tennessee. Beating'
the Republicans will not' exactly
require the advice of l'noce
Machiavelli.
The boys ,arsi interested
In convincing 'certain powerful
Southern Democratie leaders that
COPE is worth listening toep
perk-ally at ,the Democratic Na National
tional National '' Convention next' year.
That'a why the official. political
carte de lour described 'this re regional
gional regional rally thus: "Delegates will
consider in detail COPE's local
organization and procedures, 'reg 'registration,
istration, 'registration, education. communica communication,
tion, communication, campaign strategy, fund
raising, appraisal of candidates;
and specific -local, district and
state problems."
Though his twioday conference
appeared- to., be most a waltz
tween Democratic and labor part partners
ners partners who showed little 'signs of
changing. the seisions were not noted
ed noted by some mighty -curious Re Republicans.
publicans. Republicans. Not the. least intermit intermited
ed intermited were SOW Of the C-OP mem,
bets of the Senate Select Corn Cornmittee
mittee Cornmittee on Impronee Activities.. in
the, Labor or Mangement Field.
These men want the M-,Clellan
Committee te probe labor's 1561i 1561ideal
deal 1561ideal spending!. They have been
CSOCUSints. They have decided to
make a ,liht for.. such an inves investigation.
tigation. investigation. They have set dead deadline
line deadline for. action. They are saying
that they' 'want such a :probe to
open within 30 days or at least
be announced within that time.
The Republicans will IllY nub nubility
ility nubility that the -, committee' had a agreed
greed agreed la months ago to look into
11 areas. One of these is labor'm
political expenditures. They &retie
that due's money is being spent
illegally on 'politics and candi candidates.
dates. candidates. Some of. the GOP strate strategists
gists strategists will point-out that 'snme, of
the union' funds are soend Indi Indirectly
rectly Indirectly such as the COPE ses sessions
sions sessions 'here; '
RePtiblican arguments vtill con contend
tend contend that the men who attended
the, COPE' raft' here and who
will attend another 15 shortly
are on the reviar payroll of ma many.
ny. many. unions and their entrat coun councils.
cils. councils. i The .90P contention. is, that
thousands of labor officials could
not opend their time, their cam
their gasoline. their phones. their
headottarters snd their asaistanta
on politics the money did not
come from un'on treaauriet ori originally..
ginally.. originally.. in the form of salaries
and expense accounts.
One Republican will charge that
there is one major union---not the
United Auto Worker5in Washing Washington
ton Washington Which has. created a Central
political action 'field. in it are
cards for each Congressman sun sunpotted.
potted. sunpotted. by the national union. On
each card is listed the money
spent, the man hours, the car
pools, the phone calls. the baby
sitters and the leaftlets used dur during
ing during the recent campaign.
Thus, when the union vents' to
lobby for one of its favorite
bills, it can send its legislatire
representative up the hill with
specific data on what wax anent
in dollars and. energy to elect
, the Congressman. This may have
little effect. Yet it could be per persuasive.
suasive. persuasive. Democratic loaders argue, how however,
ever, however, that this procedure .is n3
1 different titan 'lobbying since the
day Creorge Washington's station stationery
ery stationery was first Printed. The labor
neople are just more scientific,
that's all.

CANER VOUIPMENT

LONDON (UPI) tswiet TAP TAPment
ment TAPment will leave Odessa soon tor
the first phase or constroetion of
Etypt's Aswan Dam, radio Mos.
tow reported.

IA3ACTI

The kangaroo of Amara lia
eild tile Op001111111 et North and
South Amato' bath belong
a group of anhnals eallad ma&
suplals. Tha mama mines from
the Grealt word marsupial,
meaning Pipoush."' It Se gives
these animals booms, their
4oung live and are ittd ht a,'
pouch Oil thair mother's bodY'4,4'
This Is' necessary bonus
young marsupials aro bora ao
tiny and helpless,
lilleYeleeedill
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PANAMA IMUICAN7,--Aut minrEvnetT DAIL! NEWsrArtg::

-
Broadway Sketch: We have nestil
er held onto the side of a plane
while airborne. .But we usually
cling to both sides of a New York
cab when the hackle decides to
shake in and out of traffic.
When our cab missed colliding
with another car by half-an-um
we breathlessly said: "Oh, brot
erl Don't you want to live? I
can't stand looldng, at your brav.
eryl". ."Mister,' vas the in
different retort, "all ,you gotta
do Is close your. eyeti.' I
Broadway Confetti: Geraldino
Page, leading lady ot. "Sweet
Bird of Youth" (a big .smash)-
and Dr. Sheldon Sieget make like
4

aeMiMitM.Nt.01.8ffMfiamiNNPIMPM.0, sonin.M.

BROADWAY
Co lebs About Town:- Lana Tur Turher
her Turher at El Morrocco fighting a
falling shoulder strap. She finally
won by attaching it (with a pa paper
per paper chp) to her diamond neck neckJay
Jay neckJay 'Khan and Kim No Novak
vak Novak cha-chaing cheek-to cheek
(and etcetera-to-etcetera) at Cass
Cugat until 3 a.m. closing time...
San Heflin star of "Tenipest,"
obliging auto'graphers near Dan Danny's
ny's Danny's Hideaway with hit real
name, "Emmett". ..,.Dolres Hart,
darling of "Pleasure of His Co.,"
buying potted tulips from a boo.
and-wagon posy peddleu at 65th
and Madison. .Ex-film star
Nanay Carroll back from Mexic0
City, hoping to findli role in TV.
.Truman Capote, impersonating'
Marilyn Monroe's drooping eye eyelids
lids eyelids and convulsing the In Bobo Bobocrowd.
crowd. Bobocrowd. .Debra Paget explain-.
ing how she dieted- off',20'lmultdt
"V just didn't, eat!". .Blancte
Thebom, the opera star,-,singing
to herself along 17th. .Greta
Garbo alone and unboth.ered at'
La Strada.,
Sallies 'In Our Alleyi The y
were talking about P6rry Como'S
323 TV deal in The Teal
der Trap last night. "They ari
sure making '11 fuss," said one
chap,' "out of Perry Making all
that dough". ."Yeah,"
another, "you'd think, 'he could
keep it!". Nick Kenny, Tv cri critic,
tic, critic, says he prefers the Dean
Martin Show. to the Dean Marti Martini
ni Martini program.

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,
i::::;-;; :-z.:- ,--'.- -, stock :technique -of ;the sleight,of- er-n hemisphere, wLen one of thu :
,,,,,,..-;,::': .,-; ',--, --' ''..: hand' performer is to ': get audi. worst ',civil massacres- in recent :
',;;;;;-;- ,-',.--21:: nice .-attention diverted to, ;tine Latin 'American history bloodied
,.; ::-,'' !. 7, -; '' -:'' part::erthe stage 'while- be iaws the' streets of Bogota. ', ;-- : -,,
... ''''"' '''-':vii.4-; '.;:, -'' the, ladi in two in a wooden tas- -A carefully-laid student ; p to t -' ',
. '1..' A.:, .. :.", t ket.',!'.-,k; ,.,-. -,-'(?': ,; i; rx- -,T4,1- -4 burst right. under ,," the nose'. ot,
' 7 .' ": That- teiiiiiiiiiie ;:was ': tame; b'y MarshaL,,streeta were tarrizilded, ,r,,,
' ' ''' ..: the: Aremlin during the -.Berlin 300 ,people killeo----,,- ,. -.,,-
''''.:. -- &whit and it may be the lrattmi-..,,,,Nt,-,1 - ..1 t,r ,-.'. s','-'ier-volt,, it ', L
' !Ai-A, Y ; :;.:;',...Lr lin's .' strategy in' Berlin todaY.,:,, i now,,tleyeloPeiT,Wee .11101,Castro .-,-'
, ,,,,,, :77,f, "!''',':. ':' While the -Crated States conCen'; :4...k.--,1.,.$ .,,,,,,,,,, .4, th,i; Apsu 3, ,,,
'..,,, .,'...;.,..; t:: -,,, ,. trated ; all Its ',attention on the live days:" before the, massacre, :.;
: ,:;;:;'.:-.;'''': ''. :' Berlin Airlift in '1948.-49,, t,htt Itrem.. Communist-labte handbill' were ,
, ),-.4.;,1-, -.,,,,', r .:,' ; lin -was ;successfully buiy "on -sit, dropped' from Ole' gallerY ', or the -:-i
,'.4-..,,r.':,N,..;,'4, other-part of- the world ,istage,,,, Colon .-TheatrALIn Bogota- -as --, the,
.'" -rt.'-:;'::;:'., ,, ,. i Czethoslovakia.,-, hitherto -, an le- president .of Ceombia "And, other :,,,
:::'1:-:...;':; :' : :' ., dependent ally, ,ot the Al n i t d officials, attended. -4, ".:...,-..,-,'' ..,1
--.:. '-: "'''.' ; '--. '' States,f" suffered the -suicide ,. 'of t Police at that -''' thee ,-, arrested 0 ':
l',-.:;A,",,,7,...: -,;.:,..'' :,; ,. elan yasaryk.41ind ,became ,11,,om- two YoUng -,pubans:,,Fidel,,-Ce,aktO t ',.',.
.,,,. tz., .,!.. ',':,, I. tc,IrP, ,,k ,,:flat,pg., U.,!--1-14.',..- ,4,,,,,,l.1,,, and"Rafael. del; Pino; They were
'. ,.: -,, -'- .1 Idlitingary;. Cardinal. Minclizen released.-- .: ,, :. .., t- ..Ai -,.,--" '4, t t
.. , e
' Y -,s, ,.-.,-,-.,,,-,,. Alio,, La,0.. t,tim mu- After -'-' the ,"itiassatre, ;:-, pellet., ....
'. ,, : :: nist.,h,Old: tightened !:,--,i. .: ,.. 'tried, to- 'arrest these two again,
''''. :'.-:,',. ' Mengolii-delertefl .tbiL west, 4r but they had taken::: -asylum... .118 ''. .:,
, .J t.',,,!,. i -..' ,''' Comdiudism, .-,. 7 i ..k:. !' ., : ...., the' ruban' embassy. ,,'-',:'', '. : i,..,.'
'., ;', ' ,,, And the Worst loss of all-Plp The manager of, the llotel 'CIA-. ,. ,;
,".", ; ,:, ''.; ingtell-sartit ChinR, a enetime al. dge where 'Alley'. stayed' t testi,.
....-, . 1";.,,,''.'k- f le t!': "' ,' P".1t""..;"4. gt tied that: guns .7an ammunition , !,'
- reptiblitilVwhile we were ',con.- bad Airrived at; tha hotel;-; and .S
V; ,,, ,', ,-:',..-,.-14,..- ; 1,---e!,,,:i., .,,,,'' .,,,4-: A-, z",!,. quillerme ,Iltienigsberg; whe occu,, .,,'r'
,,,2 ik ,' Tedli1 while, we. Again, concen.i., Pied the- nextiloomt. testified that::: ...,4 -,
As., .; frau, on'aerlin; Ira -onr.of-the he hid -41stened.let,,conversatirmr..,
. 1 or ft, most' yital; tountrieogin ,the i Near of .,the,, two-, studenti,.. indicatioS1 ":
J." vow taarand a' onetime allytAs rapid- that they -were agents for the t ;:'.
irOfatl'41b '' f',,,,'. ly) to,initig,i under -,the, Eremlin's ""third front 'of the USSR 'In 'South ', ,4,-
)
tt,,,TIIImis. ; wing;'"it,1,--,',i -s- ". :,,e ,'",, ',,,,' 1 America,7;i: ;;'. k ,tt'. I. 17,:k :1- ..,-, '' e
vm7 s.', -- p: ..,,- nut ivoe inpie 11ootta-t,,,Ae NOTE 1-- itifail ',del, Pinof once .,..f),) :,
. ,.,-. .,-- Artmlin appears en the way to c""'"o',1!" 00", r, 't- -l'''''n71.'sew 1:!"411 ,.. ;
FT' ; , establisk a,. beaibbeadi id the ta- 'in )14iatiiJiitit,' given; 60,-ant ,left,;;''-f ...:
4, i ,. ' ribbiati area around,",the, -, Pane. ',.---..,' ,t.'"''''',.4 ' 1' '' ''''V..4"611;;'1".l. kAle i :':'
.: -: 1 -,' ', Ma -;Carfal., .' 4 ;', -0- -',, 7 other -try thit 'he would '-,' lead ). a ,. ,.-ij
. .'.. -':;,.. '' ''. --., ''.. ''.-;:''' revelt against Castro, because ".'. nt '"''.
' ' '' '' -t 141146: CASTRO'''''''''' : the leftist trend pg the' revolution; il' '"''
4-"t":',-,'''','"", s. ',. -The o.levt'York -Time", I the' CO' ''''.: ' '7' ''''' 4'4 ''''' '''A ;'.. Z'.:. '',:''' .!':-
y. . lumbia iBroadc,sting 'Ssytein and- ,' '', i ;FRIENDS KILLED' .:!;',.:',,-,: :' ;:',':'':
,. ''. t I ''' OthrS, whe.' built', op Fidel Castro '..:: '," "-.7 '...."1 '' ''' ''... "..
, 7.,-,, ' ,- have ,) been,,qUite ,'-sdperficial ., in Between the'''. Bogota massacre ,. :
, tifeir reportinr-vf 'the laetors 'and aid the beginning 'of Vie ',".,Csistre':, '-,.
.. influencee around Castro. Ilut.the revolt An Cuba .'--, four ::A't a n.c h ., : 4 i'.
. t ,.-, : -' herlirthat Piddle An eittrecirdi- friend" 'of" the IIA. in the ,Calrib.' :-",;. ;;:-
0
, ,,- ; ,, --:' 'nary younrman with, an' extraot- bead' Were' systeniatitalif tassassi '' t r-',
'.- 4 dinarr:barkirrnainA ,,:-, 1 .: -p-. ,- .

was,- in Bogo- Intelligence records -lhow
,
attending the bisto- link between Castro and these as-1
will ,'soo- -appear lleVispaper president. Mt' tarlsr-ls 13 yearsi secretary of itate,
and snag ,ads as a,' "chauffeur," old.. tOne of -the female imper- I ls. Coloinbia,
Many big-time player' are doin sdnators at Club 82 calls, b
od rie meeSing -of Abe -Pan. A- sassinations, but it's -signifitant
commerdals (pa the 'air) wilting self" Lana st. merlean, Vnidu auned-at promot- that Ruben Miro, who served two
to get 'lucky- ,,again. ,Maribrn I -, '"-- year' in Jail before b!ing acquit,
momattlfillet itrintitor nt Mittlenntt Viernallot henwurmiul 2.-

another, oftMidtown Vignette: ft happened violin at the Chard ''
, .-- --- , , iv..." An 'jou uvws o mmHg acquiv '',;.
Moiroe, is, ionsiiiting ,,
the nation's, leading, medics. To ,in, :one, of the hotel dining rooms Bennetre. i
'In Person" eibum fe '''''t Relneln fv!' Pitoome is- tingly in -,. 2.,,
as. I o'n y ted of a charge of tillintC,Presi- ..".
find" out why 'ohe cannot b'e a'. -,:.A regular..natron selected a turing Count 'Besiti i',,,.., t..., 42 HiVina',4nd .her,-:,been 17 working i .;'-'.
mother,- She eloiosweo,lt all for, mall table in -the.rear and bur- ,,,,, ,, -,,-,- ,;,;,,....- .. ' 4 4' ,' 'Witir t..4 It -rot for -some time. : j. ,' ''''''
Windier in front of., Lilly .Diche's
an imago of: her olvti.. it Alibi .',riedly ordeted"his'" dinnerWhen kenhitten, murste: The pen Also, the, Caribbean' Legion, 30 -'
percent,. ,,,'Communiet,-,,'Ias been i i
theta: ter,'on the table,' the grumpV cus- begging 'for alms in 'Freneh.", ,.:' fighting' fOr-Castroo. 1.- ti :,.' '----i,J;;;h.
pplaanyleithseB,etcsophat! hteliliewe'aPegernl it' tu.'ir'-bui 'b"' Placed 11:11asa of we wewill
will wewill be stow per,-:, The inevle. Miner awept 'It te the floor. shout- The, heed ,of the, pygmy elephs.nt Simultaneous with, Castro'e inc- :.
Gang, mos., ,,wilt-, feature t,he int: "I don't want any 'water!". 'wriaronki.cnirhetua'gr.4e::e,oft:.e1,1,,you on Abercrombie cesses In;Cuba,' two secret plots
daughters of Lena Horne, wro. anlje Availing tor nis steak 'he &lid Fitch's 'main floort u was have been uncovered' in Panama. '' ',
aka Aka and, ex-Chninlion To. nibbled on some hard rolls. ..;. shot 'hy' Osif Johnson.t ...The' tone. Both, occurred 'folkiwing :. Cestro's -;
nl aillioneri 1'.,-.', ;1, ..:(,. ..U.,,,, The,' Crumbs stuck -,-11: Ms Wind-, liest,fiegpola in gown.' Never flies rise to' power, in Cuba. -'.--- ; - .',.- -',,.-.,t---
1
'''',' fit t.,,, ." r ;4,--4-.-r :-...or, -i-t. '''.34:1, lge'lluct" he; ,v111 thaidC .-'. -1154' a "lia8:11ThdAttntsien-t 'Embast.,;', at, ',,L'a"The 'first, clime tO a heed Irebk-,-, Ai
indi;f and' ympat Firataslight:v4Mr.4'en Water!,,allo -IsheedA Wait' Park and' 8Sth,1;TbrWest' 9th' is 111;Ft:flame' City.'" the vwecond4sso,..
nbestamtletycia,hurbetse,(nceuraelisstehuem-PeCi.01.,tusitintgn) welt edeitsincreartedu; eashothmeergrartool; 14,,,..,,:.:
and 1Vire. ,I,Irs Itatenherg ',-sfillwe IlLtsert-idmedumintgoldini, thC;r112.21f,81,,nyboni",
been witneuing ,,,,premieres t:if saved 1my life'? ',. ."Don't'th k truckt.,-- "Children's Caleadilla. a' former student lead4 '
Broadway shows for 38 ,years.-,.. IL's" solid' thteerwra, iter,- ",,th, ank, tabnat 0 ,F,oul Language,- et,- 'in Chilibrenear : the ';!(.7anal J.
,, ,. ,,;, ,Pleaste.' .....- ,,,, ,,, ,. I ..-,,, Zone.' There a gktup of 'sergeants ,t. ,','
II iiirte7Tiere'ne atiiieS170;ighellet.P7intnig ,Mtht14; i 'fa
Row A Center pews.
s-- '"Tall, Story" is' 8 ft. 4. lieihaa .il
".The3". Pev- Stage Door? Tom 'Williams in t '' ', , I and one heutenent planned a re- ,-4-
Memor of a Midnighter: Eddie volt. 'Inside the Panamanian -',Ne
er reed the "notieis:", ,they aid
Foy; ,',3rd and Katherine Conklin Ronal Guard., ce h e duly d for'',..''-
the other night,, -',4no play -foro, a- f,tli t --ii is
a 9ry ER, b ,, Own.. She s Mil, 'ot.',,,'My. Fair Lady,11, told-' chums Mardi 8. The,',1evolt collapsed ,-!''.:...
bore'N, ?Mc show doesn't ,Ignee' ittO,Carpenter tfrft.' 21 of Philly at toe PurPle Tree- ipot '',. they'll, after disciverr, 'of the ,' meeting. : .--. ,-..,
to, be t'oo good; anYhow-; Jost society, Michael Wilding's wile. unite isi June. 4 Rare. Sight et, a r,7President Ernesto de la Guar ', -",-
being part, of -a first-nighf crowd
.,- Susan, r;whow hes ',' been ", wed,' 4 'First:Night- Mrs -1 Robert Gold- dia 'scrupulously honest is a
, "'" ." :'';'''; ,",--N,;'-' ,.' '''''"!'" ,,- times, Is Writing a hook titled: 'II 'm an. ,wite 'of the. ,Prirst, unpree- strong believer ,'''-1:17'dem" ticrici. ','''''I',',
mit they are, wow:ten:4 custo- Love Husbands'. .' ,Sidney Chap- sions",,1Yrkist, holding. their two- There Can be, no chkrge of dima:.. ''''
mers if they, like this .igholl -- -fo" ling, reportedly ;tells ; chums he weeks young- t nt a nt, :Youngest torship er', graft behind any 'plots. ,', ''.
them. .Bot they ire wonderful and 'Hoene Adams,' 1 'd,emyarrio taegde firet.tikgbter ,,b1 history. ., .Three sitonst ',int-. ,.. 1 ,,,..::.. ; ... ., ,,,,..,..s.
elle0More IfThey. like the show friends, never had of the, topstrippers are ,over 50 Meanwhile, In' EiVillit, '',tha' :
. . .They've seen, "Tlealteed" Plans. .Ben Blue is Arthur Mur Murfour
four Murfour times since it ',opene4 .- and roy's newest .'"chatch" student. yeare 'Plci.,,', John Duke', and DO- Communist paper "nor' has' re-' ',,'.,
torts' Mkhaels (she's Hettry ,Fon- opened ,,and,I.Is' publishing '', daily '...,,
plan seeing it ageln...' ...Tbe,ove At :the Santa Monica branch,
neepr her, in on a ores. ',Their Wirmst Douglas -gueste on ihe da's 'leading, lady In',"Warlock") blasts against the'.United States; :',..,.,,
,p. weg- shortly. ., Don't Invite .0r- another ,,paPer ,for. youn8-,Cubans.' f i
love the Theltibe :so. dearly..thev Timmy Dean procram April
,,,,...,e ,.,,Dame meanie-roast. -. ...Jeff une,,', end'the did Batista .- panel' '', '"
won't have a. TV, set 'In t lit I r he's- a better definition of En- 42,0',.:Wellet- and Curt: 3urliena tn L'IMelia,', v. follows,. 1.' Communist ,.. 1
home. , --, -,$ ,' tertainment,,, than you -. get from
d I VP 0 t
' .,...... ,.,,, , ' : the ', dicksh,' Ansine Fernhom u.nanpler,' li 11;:1eilln'hpff. desert-- I Reyolue nn hill be.,n tsoen IP; ',. ,
ed mme-to- , Esther ,williams ver by, rideliStat' edited 'by Cis-, ,,,'-
a t of Character:- .P on Mr,- leading, lady J of "The, Geranium
for a, w weekc to don a,- Giant tro's ',.close friend. 'Carlos lirran-' ''
Neil. film' 'artily:. m0'4 his Hat', is an Israeli actress. Does
stage but ,et Thea'er Meynitee mOst'of the 2nd Act .in 'not much unit
Anril 1 The The 'remit wilt be more than herself. ';',,; 1.2;
,,C so
'and ,work out with 'that oula, and is followinut pro,-Com-''' ''
, teali!'; pholnix...:.. ,Playwright rp:1:0 ii,,e. ...,-,, ..,, -' --.

the- nationls, leading, medics To in' One ) of the hotel dining .1:ooms I
find out why 'she cannot be al'. -.,..e. regular.patron selected a
mother,,She would4wap,,it all tor finial! table in -thc,rear and hutH
an image of: her nwn..,. if Billy Iledly ordered"his dinnerWhen
L,
Daniels gets ilia Paco' permit to,ls but ,boy,Placed it' glass of wa waplay
play waplay the Coca., bia, wage there:tee On the table,' tbe grumpy cus cuswill
will cuswill be $7.000 per.1' ,IThe Movie. tercet, twept it to the floor. shout shout"Gang
"Gang shout"Gang Girls," will', feature the int: "I don't want any Waterll'!
daughters of tent Horne, Vero. .' idhile vabilig ter' nis steak he
nice Lake and, ex-Champion., To- nibbled on some harl rolls. ..,.,
ny canzoneri. ),,, ,, Q, :,,.. :', ,,,, The,' crumbs stuck ,,in Ms Wind Wind1
1 Wind1 '''',' '4,,,8,,,k, ,r lt,....,-,,,-;ter;',' ,I.t. -.41, olc-and, he; wits thokidc ',.1v11.
thanks, 1'Iniumbled thdo Mak' "You
''IrligAkott' um Firot-Night:,,440,,,P11 water mom 2gaiped,,I.,isit,1
sin 1Virt. ,I,Ira Itatzenberg m have .e tispotided to limo. 1:to'1Thanks'.
saved my lifeh' . 'Don't thank
been witnessing ,,,premieres AA
me," said the waiter, "thank that
Broadway shows for 38 years.,
. .1f vour'e,, a ,ist.Niektee vou moei
hive seen them occupying their qass c't TI,terl , '- '' i
Row A Center pews. t They, pev- ' '' '' ' :''''
,.2 AU- dd--4!--.Ae.ILL-' -.IA Fiege Dooe Tom Williams in

1
er reed the "tiotiees:",fhe' iaid.
the others night, -"no ,PlaY 4q?' a
bore'N, Nile: show doesn't ,Vinv
to he too good; ,anrhow- Just
heing part ot.st first-night crowd

. r -) , rota, la wruna a DOOK mien: -i
Mit they are, wonderful custo- Lave Husbands'. ., Sidney Chan.
mers if thev- like the ,allele Pt" ling, reportedly tells chums he
them. ,.Bot they are wonderful knd Hoene Adams,' devoted
customeigs if they like the show friends, never had marriage
t .They've seen tItPAlleAtl" Diens. ., Beit Blue is Arthur Mu.,
four times since it ,opened and rsy's newest -"chatch" student.
plan seeing it again... 14bovtee At the Santa Monies branch,
nev.er hero in on a nose. ., l'heV Wormti Douglas 'allege On the
love the Thestibe '5110- dearly' Alley 'Jimmy Dean program April P.
won't have a. TV, set in t lit I r he's a better definition of En.
home. ., .,' ',' '' '!, .-' tertainment than you get from
-- '.7, ,.. the '. dicksh- -. Rogins Fernhoff.
Zs t of Character: P On f Mc- leading lady of "The, Geranium
Veil. film 'artily', mores his Hat,' is an Israeli actress. Hoeft
stage but at 'Messer Metijutee mbst'of the 2nd Act .in 'not, much
Anti' 1 The The 'rums twill be more than herself. -,: z .,
"Singl Man, At A Party Ile ,'s -, -, ,-4,---. :
ta,10 my the Hollywood ',nlush The Big-Timer "The World. the
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life (plui Itch wtittes.: hea),11
bolt;e anti moll fnr Sso ns:nowld.
war. .Georse Ane.rinsto toIt
"oPorrlitte "Alms IKON!'" the
tvrics of which or,. written by
hil orest-s ilegner
That's Public Relations.
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Announces the consolidation of iti -operations, with,

r' The BigTimer "The World, the
Flesh sod the Devil" movie, due
soon. ;Wm.. Gibson's book, "The
Seesaw Log', Ain Diplomat,
a new intimate .spot ,on E. 52nd
neer lst. ,"Room At The Top
at British movie.' at the Fine Arts
on the 30th. N. Zairian Benyteltio

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SAN.,,j'ijAN, Puerto -Rico The ing peace and unity in the West Westdock
dock Westdock :technique of ,the sleight.ot- ern hemisphere, wLen one of thu
tend' performer is to get audi- worst tivil massacres in recent
ince, attention diverted to --one Latin 'American history bloodied
)art ,orthe stage 'while be saws the' streets of Bogota.
the lady in two in a wooden tas- A carefully-laid student p tot
, burst, right under the nose- of.
That tedmique was itsed, by Marshal., streets, were tarrizaded,
he Aremlin during the Berlin 30Q ,people

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tans"' lovely landed in Abe. "Al "gierra Maestra!' almost
Clpooe",frekor. Poottior drink- attacks the United Stab
shout-town: "'The' ..11emingway,'" prolset Ruosisti
that' author's favorite ,coneoetion: ; That's only part of the.
geatch And time that, has coine over Alla
,Tha Street hat loves 'yoti when bean since Fidel Castro e,
you defeat it.' '; powet, : r

asother Ivo CAmm-ntet p .n
"gterra Maestra." almost dad,'
attacks' the United States and
prtiset ituasian oblicy. : : 4"
; That's only part of the. chant
that, bat coin. over Ate Carib-,
been since Fidel Caotro came lat,,o,

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iair. Legion, 30 : :
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Clistro's SOC; : :
ro: secret plots :
id :in 'Panama. :
iwing Cistro's
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hOO:Febi-Oilti
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the result of' :4
me of rCarlos 1
r student lead4
kr '',, the ).;Canal ;?
tif.'sergeants i

-, -, '4,, -3-' 44, ' They'll set up shop in Phoenix .., ( ,- 7 ---t- i,. I ,
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. on April 5 just as they did here ; -.L. ...,. '-,,- ', .:. 1 ..
4 ; '''' ' ' corals SHOP ROSSIP ,,,- at the Hotel Chisca last Monday
,,, ';', ; ' . .,, ,, 1 r ,,.. ,
t -'.' Sir: , .,, 1 4- '' ' 1- and Tuesday. ' ", ,,,- 4, I 4 ..1111006.1. l i ,,
For two days several htmdred
'' '' Balboa .toffee sbop is a place where more dirt Dies than ., , V V4i 1 e
,
,
' flew,when theY were digging the Cut. The dirt is of two particull. r regional labor leaders listened -to
; i ,.,
: 't .' typet '' '''' 1 i .'''' t''' ; 1 ), 1 s some sage -advice- from Jim Me- ) ''' ''
'. '' .... .5f-- ' al it oth
-au oRaving es evil dap tion tower crak Tootling to Devitt. director of the Washing- , ,, ;
''' ' '' l', ti I ',V ' '''
, ,..
1 tore. salefurrTo defame, &odor." ',' ton office of the AFL-CIO's- COM .. , 1 ,. 17,1,4 ,
'1 A : 2. Maliclime4.,42Froceeding from ill will, usual); motivated 't3F mirk on Political Education ' iff.-1'
I, y jealousy and petty 'spite' .. ., . ,. I (COPE). The listenerswere from .orset to ;- KC, -' vf 1,11
'''.-- CouMhl. a totter 'biroPed off in the -toffee shop for thoe who Arkansas and Teimessee. Beating
, - fa 'it:7 1 ; ;--2, )-- '
' '' don't want to hear.tMs sort of rot?, There sre e few Christians a' the Republicans will not exactly .11,ify 40'
- retthd who prefer their toffee without dirt. require the advice of l'ruice -,, .. --
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:-e ;,. 'One thing for surethe remarks that currently emanate frorn mathieveui. , f A 5,,,a, ;
O''' ')
t. i tho'Coffee shop showjust wh'at the speakers and their' listeners are Th boys are Mori Interested 4 e. ) vi.,1 iepti i- -6.0;6....; e", .14,t"..,..e.17.16' f., 4' jr.
, t ,... rei" It ,,,,,ea.. -,
"6';'47er. d of -
,; me e In convincing certain dpowerful 14 iglAtia4 ,.. ' '' 9?' it i trl:. ..
' Hear Ne'llvil Southern Democratic lea ers that 1 , ..,..,
"'e:7 .01 --,grIbl
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, ,- copy is worth listening toes toes,
, toes, , ICA -'-
- t 4, '.'. stfl DRIVERS' PAY CLAIMS '- perically at ,the Democratic Na-
, .,
' r Sir: tional Convention next year. 5orr-. ':"
.
' is., The Canal Zone bus drivers are right in seeking the higher hour- That'a why the official politieet ..
. .,.. ....... ,..1.- 1.. arhitideA M undor the law. It should be re- carte de lour described this re-

... gional rally thus: "Delegates will
-.:- s I... so,'''Yel;loe rectcYtht'aTthme.iu-sea-a-r-e-,a-li ;sta.-Ca.-Win Panama.
-' ...- ' Did-Gill wal a hard man' to deal with, but the drivers now find consider in detail COPE's local
.. ..
.,-.: ..' '' Ms eons are harder.. The old 'man is in India, tind I am told is not organization and procedures, Telt.
,. - -,00--0,---nr ,,, n...,. 4-0, 'F.'', ow,nromwomos
His sons are there- istralion, eillucatiotrne communiunek , . ,-...., -.1 ;:. ,,,, ..,.. -,, ,,,,., .- : A, -..., ; ' .,. ,- .' ,
'"'t .'' riling any signe of-condos back to Panarda.
4 ., : tion, campa gn s ategy, I il 1 ; .. . 6; ; .! ,r ,,,. yo, A :1, ,
' i: tOreirunnmg, the bul buainess. .
.
,
,
' .-,..:':' (4 ,i Driver" tell nte that spares for the buses are obtained from the raisin ao raise! of candidates-
g' P '1 d J -. ' '',. it .,
- Mts. through the Motor' Transportation Sectien. ft this hewed (and and specific loca letrict an t ' ea ,,,,,,
., .-
',', '' I dol not assert of my min .knowledge that it is), th e.wo seem state problems."
.'i' -.2:: to -be- some question of the, propriety of e-Panama.ersegistered., veld- Though his twn-daY conference
'f. eleetusing spares which I presume would be dutyilree. aPPes o mos a wa
..,:,.': : Drivers I -know' insist they are being worke More than eight tween Democratic and labor part-
''-;.''''' iourseday. In that the:Gills are also repeted to dontrOl a thriving ners who showed, little signs n' to! BROADWAY ... ... '.... ... doves iri a cOry corner, of the ,drieline Angel, 'redha red Greek
sessions were R den Rot. 4,..TheMusle,Hall'a Itue-libeanty .' in ,"Firs,..7 Impression,"
i':3''' gelatins' ht Rio Abajo;Ind to own at least tiverOgoenalve racehorses (hanging. the
,,,, ''. !peed bilis ,alone must be at least 390 -menthly .for each one), be- ed by some mighty -curious e- Celebs About Town- Lana Tur- 11 Markert (he ,' arranges ',the inisachristened' Angel Angel.' She
1:,-. ..-. Piet owning' tbe ,exnensive cars the bus drivers see them in; ft publicans. Not the. least interest- her at Et ' ' d' th 1 h d it'.,'be '.. bod be
Morrocco fighting a Rockette s. footwork) deleate ejc ange eause no y
'' '' swo seem the bus line' is not hi ouch ,,s'eli,.apetha.t a raise tor ed were BOW of the COP mem, lama
- bees of the Senate Select Corn Corne
e Corne outfit. i -
,.-:.,' )he etre would bankrupt Ot, ,.,,
In
' r .7 Rufus John' mittee on Improper Activititiv in won ebrahaotultadeerhingstriatp.twSthe III. flu.sure-klis: of :'...lith-ttootir,,, stir,,,rlisa,yk,'p(rectutilkaitesteg)-,Ilteeevae,digiet:;ted.Adels, egettemies
per chp) to her diamond neck- knocked,..him,. over,,-, '-Basil. Rath- Tartar .,' Agsociates '' 'get quite a
t,,... 0 i.:,-, :,: "..,;.-: f : :' : the Labor or Mangement Field.
. lace. Aly 'Khan and Kim No- bone', si't great',"'drametie actot"shcick When they -Meet' the firm's
..r, 1
. WEARY ANNOUtiClit,S , , These men want the Id-.Clellsti vak cha-chaing cheelt-to cheek will soon appear .: in; : neWspaper president. lit. Tartar: la 15- years
- '---, Committee to probe tabor's Oa- (and etcetera.to-etceteral at Cass and mag .ads es '' a,' "chauffeur!: old.- i.One of -the female Imper Imper-
- Imper- Sir' '' '' ' deal arendine. They h
-ye been Cugat until 3 a.m. closing time. Many big-time player' -are dolne ednators .at Club gg calls, "her "her'ti"
'ti" "her'ti" '' II il Box March' 281 for his Catkeilliints. They have decided to .
-' -Y, 4 Three Owen for "Music -Lover ( a San Heflin star of "Tenipest," commerdals (on the 'air:I-Wilting self" LIM St. Cyr. -.- '
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' Many share it-fee ings o
n HOG and make a 'fieht fni. such an hives hivesk.
k. hivesk. letter on -"Unsoimd Effects.' obliging auto'graphers. near Dan- to get lucky ,,again. .: ;Marilyn': ' ,'t --,. ',' -- -,--.-. f--.
Id Ile done 'about the noise in ligation. They have set a dead dead,:;
,:; dead,:; 4, Includhig myself, wish something cou , ny's klideaway with his real Monroe is consulting another.; or- rMidtOwn Vignettet ft happened
'' the Otudios. The lound effecte don't seem to 'be the on y 4,
.,. 1 hindrance line for action. They are saYint "E tt" D ir H t iti 1 le di edi T 'I on of' the h tel dining rooms
name mme .., o es ar the n on 1, a ng- m Ct."- o ,,. e, o
. i th t the t such a probe to darlit't of ,,
forgotten, as Mus c a y wen
'' '-- to good programing which seems to havebeen g Pleasure of His Co. find" out why ','she cannot be 'al,,,,.A regular.patron selected a
b If li the open within 30 days or at least uying po e u ps rom a orse- mot 4, VI9 ,,SwAP-
b tt d t li f b her Site idd it all f entail- table In -the r r and bur
Fthreadr,-hitre.
or, .. ea
''. th 'Tit nnouncer1 also sound a a ve on
- Lover"' says altoge er e a h h t ti e and-wagon posy peddler at 65th an image of,' her ,own...,....I1 ,Bill .:rindlY ordered"his-dinner-When
'
-,'"' air4and.I'm wondering what has happened. Aren't they being paid be announced ,wit In t a m
., The Republicans will IllY PO' and Madison. .Ex-film eta Daniels gets hia POticepeniiit' tolubueboY'Phiced ellass of via via.',';'
.',';' via.',';' ,:.. enough or is it overtime?
':' ',x7 MI tad n seems to be thriving enough to pay its announcers licly that ,the committee had a- Nailer Carroll back from Mexic0 play the :- Con. hic wage., there.leten the table,'-thegrunmr cue
City, hoping to find'e role in TV. will be 87,000 per, tahe Movie tenter Iwipt it te the floor. silent silent,..
,.. silent,.. j.,- d a lwithnout workhnt them to sleeps and so it shonld 'be thriving, greed 18 months go to look into
,,,,':... ,, eci ."". 1 E li h hnguage Truman Capote Impersonating
"Gang' Girls," ,will- feature Jim int: ,"I' don't ant tiny 'water!".
el Th r tie
commercial outlet in Panama. Are 11 areas. One .of these is labor'm
Marilyn Monroe's drooping eye- daughters el Unit Herne- Vern- ahile ,wailing titre's steak he
'',1-,1.-.- ,', tbebehletbary,1nnanYnounngce;s-the result of some' bright attempt .to substi- political expen itures. ey a g
that duel. moneY 11 -being aPe.m. lids and convulsing the la now, pica- Lake and, exckamplow To. nibbled 'on some hard rolls. . '2.
- -.... tit effiCienty forlisternersMp't .. , illegally on politics and eaneil- li crowd Debra Paget explain-,'ny Cansoneri. t,,,, I,- J,,, ..'4. Tope,' emrumbhs ituels ,,irs Ms Wind Wind-
- Wind- ate Some e
" just didn't, eat!". ,,'
ing how she dieted: off grnounds'.., -, '',1-,i -4..,, ,.. ie., .t...-.,,..,,,,-,!, -,...t. -t.i,--, ea eAvas hokidg.'.',,',711-'
' '.. l'"i'' '. ' -'-'-''''''' -1 '".-'44611' 'Su"srtsr' '' d of tk aor strate-
Thebom th ''
'' '' ''' '' ' COST AND SUPPLY OF luterfacrry
1
. gists will point-out that' some- of Is Blanche ,-rgli, 'ailtf tio, ginit4sligivi:v v4.'" lett WaterrAlte -liaised. ,A--- Wait Wait,
, Wait, the union funds are spend hull hull'
' hull' ',;.'' ',. ''' ;1 '''t: 4 '' ' h the COPE tes tesrectly
rectly tesrectly sue as e opera star, ,singmg in iVirr. ,,--
alone 'here- ' Garbo alone nd b th e g '
to herself along 57th. kreta be n witneuin ,premieres tif
' saved my, life' .. .11Don't thank
'' th nk ''' hi d th
a at MUM e
d 'f' Tra Itatzenberg ..,issitre'lereaPoOded lit lime, -:' rrhankir.
Than you
-,;,..- ',' ', ; Itlecentl, it has been as.,oumed in the oca press that the Cia.
, ','.' Pavismefialle Furze. Lur has suspended its plan to build a hydro- a un o ered at Broadway shows tor -38 ,,yeare.,--
. t ePu La Strada. ree" 'said the walter,-"thank that
-..-- eleetric plant at he' Sayan. Mmnitaneous with the announcemen R blican arguments ytill con conSallieeLh
SallieeLh conSallieeLh Our Alley:. you must r
T h e y Bow A Center pews. ..,. They pev pevtend
tend pevtend that the men who attended ,,,, .If your'e a Ast-Nighter , alas of tar, r
-1'. -. mentioned the papers carried a phiotog' rap)! of a ceremony in con- hive seen 'them ,necupying,, their r -, ;.
Y- were tanung about Perry Como'S er -reed the, "notices ", they said 'iotall etnr),P, is, 0 ft 4 si h
4,4 ,..,,, a, f chi ye ,D.core; Tom.'W.Illiaemsal lan
.'I'-'' etion with the breaking 'of gmund foreinstallation of a steam the, COPE, ralli- here and who
$25 million TV deal in The Ten- h the ni ht rt"n lav
'''-' ne bi kil tt t th PanY 1 team
''',,-.. - tur ne of 12,500 OWa a e com plant at San Fran- awirell onattethnde realtnotahrerpaly5rousholortl. ma.
.
i'.. ciseti'de la Calets. .
der Trap last night "They are'. bot eree'N, rThge' ;hew tioePsn't .1,-te, .41,,,1 sten' eit,hil,Isvn-'She's Mit Mit''''.
''''. Mit''''. Prom the coincidence in the appearance of the announcement ny. unions and their entrat coun''',',..-
of ettepensial of the Plan to build a hydrotelectric plant at the Bava- cils The 90P contention. is that
thoUsands of labor officials could chap
sure making 'II- 'fuss '' 'd ' ' he 'Carpenter (6"-A.-'' 21 of Philly
"out of P sat one to be 'too good, Anyhow.- .Iust seelety, Michael Wilding's wife.
' ,'' no; from- whichtcheaper electricity could beupolied to Panama CitY
not opend their time. their mg. that dough". eeTnlalfing 191 being part- nte.:,firstpight crotyd Susan, rlotho',0'hes ,"' been '; wed 4
.,..'',- and.its environs. ,a,n4 the sonearance of the picture of the groluctilid groluctilidtheir
their groluctilidtheir gasoline. their phones their another, "you'd Ihinekail,h liMld ":' s" (, ,-.N!,-,,y,.'""?',,- times, is Writing i book-litled:' "I
"t'., breaking cereinotty' for, the installation ot an, additional 12.500- co coheadoitartera
headoitartera coheadoitartera end their aseiitantq keep itr. .
NI k K
eeould But, they are. wonderful ,ellet0- TATVW Husbands"., .' Sidney Chap'-
'!..-.- watt 'steam- turbine at San Francisco, de la Caleta, the thought is c enny, Ty cri crion
on crion polities if the money did not tic, melts if thev, like this ,Isholl -, -f"' litig' reportedly ;tells ; chums be
,
.... .
ledge of the means of sup sup4'.
4'. sup4'. ,, inescapnble to persons "nth practical know says ne prefers the Dean them. But theYire -wonderal end 'Noelle Ad ''d t d
.. t come from un'on treasuries oil- Martin Show, to the Dean Marti- t Or if th rk it h d ams, e v o e
.' ply and .of the effect Of,the means of supply on ultimate coet o
ginally in the form of salaries ni program. cue om s ey i e' e s ow frien s, never had marriage
etricitm to consumers that there was no seriou intention of the
r: ele ,, and exo'ense accounts. ,, "Rediteeei"
..- -They've seen plans. .Beir Blue is Arthur Mur Mur'.
'. Mur'. ''-'' Cie. Taiiimelli de rim' y Lug to build a hydreeleetric Dlint to
One Republican will charge that Broadwa Sk t h- four times since it ',opened '; and rey's newest -"chatch"--- student.
.
. :'' 1' h 1 tri Ity to Panama by Mean; of tbe Bayano river, .
alIPPY e .eaPee o ee e mere is one mator un on-no
i t the er held Y e c We have nev- plan seeing it again....' ..111u442ttre At:the Santa Monica branch,
., I onto the lid
- , ,,,',: 7.!,:;. ,.: A United Auto Workers-in Washing- while airborne. e of a plane neitsr hero in on a toss. .-,Titet, Wermi Douglas '''gitestg '- on the
',It. appeart: that the tOPoitratlical tilventigation undertaken by -Put we usually lo ,the Theetthe :en: tlearheilliev 'Tim
ton which has. created a eentral cling to both sides of a New Y k ve ' I mY Dean Prnanni APril 11.
'' the Cia Tailainitlia de ruerza y us was intended to screen its Pur- political &CUM field. In it aro cab when the hackie d id Or won't have si. TV, ITett,111, t illi,, r Vte's-- a better definition of En En''
'' En'' suit of another Concession tor eddition of another steam turbine to
cards for each Congreasman suit- shake in and t f ec, es to home. -,,,, ,, .,,,,,.. ,, tertainment,,, than you get from
ou o traffie. . --
' ; th I t t S Francisco de la Caleta for continued produc produc..
.. produc.. esteem p an a an h ti al union On wh .-...--... . ,. ,, the t,, dicksh.-1 .Rosina Fernhoft
., tion, of expensiv id fr ti I xpensive
0 electricity produc om compare ve y e potted by t e ns on en our cab missed colliding a t of Characterii:, .PO'n F Mr:- leading-lady J of "The, Geranium
each card is listed the moneY with another car b h
'''' crude oil- impotted from abroad. ' spent, the man hours, the car b y aft-an-uic 1 eil. film Itetne, msirse .ble Hat'. is an Israeli actress. Does
-'' '' It has been intimated that the plan to build a hydro-electric .s,s-s,
,,-;- we reathlessly said: "Oh, brot a b it t e Msro ''
i the phone calls. the babY ert Don't you .wanC to k li 7 OPP MOS o th 2n A m
tage i ,a, Tit a er t f e d ct .in net, uch
. 1 nt t the Bayano his been suspended, owing to anticipated diffi- Puu
sitters and the leaftlets used dur- can't t d I Id t ve I Anvil 1 'rhe The 'onus wilt be more bah herself.: ';,,,: ,:. ,
.
,.- '. cult" ,that would be experienced in ,building "high head" dam. s an oo ng a your brav "Singl Man, At. a Party Ile ,41; -,"! tt-, ...,-- - ----1 -:
,, I ing die recent campaign. eryl". .11Mister," .was the in. en.,1 ''' -
'- : What, then. prevents construction of a dam for "medium head n- Thus, when the union ;wants to 0 Ito the Hollywood ,Austi The Big-Timer "The- World, the
different retort, "all you tt lf ( I li li h 1,ii Fie h nd th De 11" I d
, ,,, go a i e,, p um ig ,wsoes., ea s s e v mov e, u,
''s A, U t something like the Canal Zone installation at Madden
, -, a a KM, lobby for one of its favorite do Is I
c ose your, eyes. --..
. ''''s Dam, or a "low head" installation, for which the Bayano seems to bills, it can tend its legillatilie Millie and moll. for SA0 ne,'Proad- soon. .Wm.- Gibson's book, "The
...''.'' be quite suitable? ---,- , way. .Georite'''Sneerioste"04"!' Seesaw ,1,0,.g"-,' !.
reiwesentatiVe up the hill with Broadway Confettir-' teraldint! 4-erli 1 e 1 "n1 V Iiim '''' tli ',The DinlOM ,at
- '' ,,-',' -'-, There are enough economically unfavorable aspects in the exist- t.T.,,,,itte data on what was. spent page,
f ', leading ladY, rri n g los o I, I new. mumitte pot AM L 52nd
of,' "Sweet tvrics of Mph: were' writ:ten by near ist. ."Room -At The, Top
' t. int-policy of supply,, and cost of electricity in Panama, involvhig -t
in dollars and. enertv to elect Bird of Youth" (i big ;
;-- asseesment of tariff and method of. metertng. that are being ignored, mash. his nress-awe 1 Willi 'Ile nee at British Movie,' at the Fine Arts
the Congressman. Thio mai have and Dr Meld Si g t k lik t' lin '' "I g A. 'th 30th It 1' B k'
-'.' 1 terest to go unchallenged.
, f!'. torndditional indiference -to consumers m f t Y t it Id be per-
little ef ec e cou on, e e ma e e Tha s Pub c Relations. ,,,. On. o I man anYan a
.i '.,-' 4, 1,41 large percentage of the PlOaMlintin pubhc contends that suasive.
, . ,. , . .,,,, ,
' r' j silettricity Isinore expensive in Panama than in other countries of Democrati loaders argue. bow bow'
' bow' VI.' therAmericas. mat is not my contention. My questions are: Why le ever, that this,rrotedure lo n3
'.'; etsgtricity so expensive in Panama where.the means of production different titan 'lobbying. sincethe
.

' -No, Informed
, quirements for 4
,,.. tar I, Felton of
- red in favor
The use of 1
,. Pa sma could 1
, 'se oil hich it is n
4" k
- ,,,A pcs.sIt should no
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.
. t Long oyerdu
i
.- '. fr the Marts
lit ,The persor
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..a I rmer operat
' In Proanc,
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Ann COIVINTE'NDA'rION Medale.were awarded thls week to Coindr.'Wolter H. Clark, Jr.,' a d,
Cd1. 'John 11.-Iderriant,-of the Caribbean Command Self for meritorious service during their'
tours of- duty in 'the Cane Zone. Shown left to right, lollowing the awards ceremony atzthe.,
twirled .command4 headquarters 1,t.'QUarryligights strel Mrs.' Clark, Gaither,' Clark, 'fbitrir,
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anu Li. CMonel,John R., Merriam finement of the lotiatics aspects ot ed his award- for' exceptionally'
1,', assigned ,to the )0.int Staff ,of,ths; the Military Assistance Program meritorious duty,' as 't -plans' of of'
' of' unified Caribbean ..', C o m in a usi, 'for. Latin America., .,'., s ficer in the Office of the Caribbean
i, were awarded. Armys.-Commenda, As commanderilti chief Carib- Command Assistant Chief of Staff
', tion Ribbons this week- in recogni- bean, Gaither has 'responsibilitY J-3 from May 1956 to 31arcis 1959.
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, tion of their outstancting work.,4, for the.,1.1.&t, Military.,Assistance -.
p A, , The medals were presented by Program-in Latin Ameriea as sae 'elillsourcetPtudineeskimo4utst
, Lt. Gen. illidgely,i Gaither,"4 conk 91. the MallY ThieelenS'et Ihe'llnif Ihe'llnif.
. Ihe'llnif. ; mender le, chief,' Caribbmint.dg, led,command Or Ithe -,De?artment !rlhifill,.ild't tit' interpret int
,, lag an, awards st,,,XereMuuY At ,etsPe.fanse,-. 1,00,,,,,i,,, ,,,44,q,,,,,.4.411'rte,,,,,,,r,,,. soltentrdtdmehe ii441,pallatn3Poinligefwati inatt.
;.. Quarry. Reighta ,in Which,the,,,ext ft, Clark'sistili'd,ratenditig 'et
. ceptional is, 'accomplishments ,.,of eitiorial ,polictea inct the technic- ed ,as invaluable to the accom.
la, vi the two officers during their tours al.details of the program was ale Plishment of the unified cent
., of duty with the unified. Aommand cited ss.,a significant seontribution lkYlnd'S Mission& is, '-, ,s,;,',., I, 3m
; were vited. ,, 4 4, r ttl. the, ,,aommand's accomplish- '' , ', t .' ' :, ,. ,t,
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, 0 .. clark, dila' of the mutual', Se-, tient of this important responsibl- .;,,,,, The; ,distinguisbed aervice of
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P .7', tY officer. for Neer. in the, MAI anctl Soutb,,,,',ArtteriCAU 'ItePrrireelleitintliatilVeCablrib
' ; Of the, Caribbean Command , As- Where ,,he ,rendered,an-theapot; as- with. adjacent unifie,d commands,
lt, 111 sistant, Chid. of, Staff. J-4,.. receiv, sistance to American militarylads. end the ,Departinent.ef ,,,,Defease
..'', id bLs award for exeptionall rne, visors, in ',reAnement 'of ,the pro-. agencies to seek '," common solu-.
, .- ritorious service during the period grams? thus benefiting- She ,, host- tions ;to, many complel operation operation:
: operation: of Febru,ary 1956 to April 1959. countries through improved wilt al ,probleme svaa also cited, as 11-
'm The ,citation accompanying tb zation of the material resources lustrativek of his outstanding mili
. medal te Clark described his 'out- available to them., s...,, ',,, ", tary planning -. ability and, cepa cepastanding
standing cepastanding ability in the pla,nning, Merriam, is U.S. Army ,:imeni- bility to ,present with uncommon
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.,', ANN. Anon,. kick. (IIPI), ,-- :Unqualified 'or anycval!'. lit Per ''' Clark IS rePorting for illitYlvith Ai'''' But
' ' i only one Mit of 20 wives under 40 tent,...2. ..,' 1., r ', 0; ;,' '" t,.- the N w York rand' sitijilvittlip ,,,,Ir111,1
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. trol, 4 survey ',1)y Unieersityyof Aitualifted,!..!Aisapprovel, SS
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. ,' '. michigan i indicated 'WdaY1'''' '''' eent. ,1.,, o ,,,,,,,...cc,- ,,, ,--. -!' pt, Mood, Texas. ,.. ,,, Illid
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ii eeptives ,. ', . 1 'I'ne authors pointed out a
' o ' -! o many' couples who were indiffer. ' '' ' , ':''Pl'oVi
.Eveli o' among Catholics. la g ent,ne opposed. to- tontraceptives
a, ii o, majorities favored family litnitk in,,, ,.,
early 0 married ,,, Wei, 'Adopted is 33 i 1,.'...,-.,, PaPel
Runnl"g 'BIP134r1) --- have'
,tions ,at least under, tettain, on. ,- some mnt h ed. when confz'onted E, ,, ,,, :, ,,. rti
. !a ditionat''. the survey, allowed., '..., : ,with Ithe problem. -of asorapidly xperts Hav'found ''N1
, pindnigs Of the sarveY. ari te" growing. family,. i'r ,114, ,'. ,- : !J41).,
,
,
"fanv.,,eminies Aid lioteracace ',' '''',V said
3,' ported, itt p' the eurrent Scientific
', Amerlean; In an article 'written contraception until -they have, had VIEN34 (121)---- Old-line.Corn- f4m11
of otie or inore.children,' the article munists still run Bulgaria despite he to;
! ; by Prof. Ronald' A.' Freedinan,
' University orMichigan;-and Hal'. said. 41ApProximately ball,' the the brief .11relaxittion? -which Solo, 't..c1c94
,, ,,, k 1 A Whelpton an Arthur A'. couples using Asome-Amethod had lowed, the death,of Soviet dictator l'ine
, --' caampl;e11, ,of the Script)! Founda- ,at least one. pregnancy,before be. Josef Stalin, East. Europeaa or., ).,iii
o tion for Research and Population kinning tO do!, eel ,Ofte1berouse I perts hoe 'said today. !, ,,-,, .' ,r, . GeOri
it 1-'4 problems, ''..Id i it nil' University, they wantedto have children soon! The ,"Titqists9,..',w4o, rivers- !re. iderw'
'I' ''''' '.:'''' after linarriage," '., .,. ., I stored to favor' before- the .,.ien....e.251
''' Ohio.
3 1 et. Their .. coricheihins :were based ;The Survey indicateci that ge'peri garian. revolt in.',4956, when-, the eu,0..
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been
ant4si3 of oterviews tontict- cent of, all couples with ,two thil.,Rremlin was wooing ,yugoslav n..01.-.
' On
a Od with'inore. thin 2,700;,- Flea dren already ,,,bad ,used contractile.' President:. Tito, were 'purged less '''',.,,,:nt
aged'18 iii'19.4 '' '' -'" tiyes,in order to,spaee pregnancy' than a year later-, -,, -,,, -,!!!, '-',"',71.3.1
' The,vremen Weie"' asked, ."lilanY pr restrict family size.,...3, .,-,' z Communist censorship makes ft ,H"'""1..'''
amides ,de something-t0 limit: the It also.indicated that, eontracep- difficult to assess the. feelings ef '7-"'"
size of' their. families-and te con- tivea have- become widespread the Bulgarian People, bui. tho
trol when the children comet hoW among all, strata of the white pop. ticw which has leaked out Ina Vlo
do you feel about' that?''.-s 7, ulationwhether,,,,,defined !by-, in- cates the existence Id strong anti
The results Alicevecit, ,. ''', eeme, Aducation..,Cceupation,, reli, Communist sentiment.In tha gatoi. i

:,..4' ;' ' ; -t-ii-e..7q-u-eiTizo3 4;iiii.a77-
tpst, 'i'vivers4 con-sider
, the' authori4iald ,Alhere
,44, .,f, ,,. r 6
b' SI I ern 'a '1,ienPtlislwe no
no
Kiss3 c ra
1 les8 Allan', two an14 morelhan
four ',children.6 Catholl s ex,
pected
an average of 3-.4 births Ter nou.
' rut -t, t vitz-ProestitAtivenectett,21, .
kr --- ,
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ANC' SCO 1 Pfift"1.."14'46;"N
SAN' R I 7 11 g
Ut. bomb gke I 001,14,
12.foot ling cobra, One' of ',Abe ,:
world'f deadliest snakes; Nvil sta., 11
U F
from the cab of ilruck4 early n ttall :
, today', on San princtsc9 I
Pollee immedia ely, s oot ,
' h n vivre is
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to kir ;orders a ,the request- ,111 , 1!'"If ,111
4
,' the owner,' Stott Lamb, 50,, opera. , 4,. .4, .4
' tor Of, Jartit- FRANKFM111,;' Germany (IIIII)
"Pop pseen,, a Aiobii.;,,litilki,7,11id' A military 'policemen; has
it takes ,,,ander ,..balt-4-811,40tIrlor been therged 'wittivassault and
' that venom tol111,,88'matp lamb sbattery for :leatilit'up an, Ameri.
told authorities.yt'And one-drop:4 saii newsman here last week.
it would The tbareeWas brought agent
tamb 'said lePwa,i;takine,the Cpl. Zack IV; Steirens." 28,, In 'con-.
8inake, along' 'With', a diamondback. ,,nection, with the beating of sports
44' rattle-isnake and 'an, African tohrt, iter
to 4nike farm: at Grants PaSs, workslei,1",
Doti Ore. i ,, pacer American ?,INeekeiul;,.,, Pun,
, He Iciald he, 'parket' lila truck' lit lihed here4,,"11,"4,441!,,,t
front) the Paramount 'Theater A stiobegman;;Ier1,21M4Armrt
' to register at, a toter:" He calledla
garage and requested a 4ecluded Said Vitt rtiarttesA41141:".brlinbt
parking spot becausd ."the under: Artitolo
' snakes. ; Y' Code. of 'Military ,lustice;'8,m
AL,.

st);of the Paramount 'Theater A sPohenmeaC.fer,V101lArnare ' , p ed time today ,while waiting io
register at a totelz'. He ealledla BEBLIN,' 'April' 1 (UPI) A.') An tenfer-seSial' ItIkleighAvith' Oo'r.
'age and requested sCsecluded siakt Viet ,Charttes,.we're?,t,breught Bast,s German Foreign Ministry Luther H. Hodges.
'king spot becausti Ate under Artiele128,:orthilyniforpn spokesman laid today, an Amert, Both sides spent inost of the
,; ' , Code. of 'Military can 'pilot is' in Communiat handle ,Weekend studying roposals sub subeinb,
einb, subeinb, said the Cobra l'wal tri' a k' Steveur home, lovnv'-est listed 'He said the,pilot Bev) &to,' East ,e,0" "0'0
ton, sack-inside a crate on, the AS Wilmington. .'wite, Germany and police are. itikesti, Sesshan Owith todges4 Thee will
at seat of his pickup., He Said Helen, lives, here. '' gating his case. meet again for' another conference
locked the eab, but that the 'rhe spokesman said tbe Specift- He disclosed Po other' detallt4 11,t1
It on 'one side.wss defective.... ation for charge against the 1rhe U.S. Army .announeed yes., the, execlithad 111,131SIMI4' ,
than Lamb freturned .,-,to ) hiS M.P.1 stated thSt.- ,Stevens struck terday two-seater Piper Cub 1 The ',differences which Hoelges 1
elt; the trate containinr the I,Cassel on the bead with his fist. belonging to, Emeroy'A., :Vaughan bik tried ,r to settle have been
tr. watt' Missing. t" !P'' .114 The ease. Came ,to light when was observed Friday landing a.. lightiv.knotted by tbe long; fruit.
'ainted on the crate wag idgn Cassel, charged thit be, was ,beat. bout 'one mile over the East-West less discussioni. The original point
dtng Cobra! .,,Deadly:1 Poison en by military policemen Stter German border. was In arbitration' clause demand demand'
' demand' having been Picked uo at a Frank.. The sports plane trail
- ,furt night dui), 0 Military police. have set dovm at Dippack, lust trect.t. Irhe compani -said 'stieh'
ef Yr,-41,ri,oleion Aver across the, border from' the' West '71.'", 44'4 "' "'"'" filtino 44,0

, parking spot because, ,', Ate under Art' leles "128k,'prfne'llIniforin
; snakes. , Code. of Military Justice:1,
La Mb Said tile cobra I 'WU in' I Stevour home frown
tottonh sack-Inside a crate on the as Wilmtnston. 'wife',
01 front seat of his pickup. Ile said HAM, lives, here. '
be locked the eab, but that the 'rhe sookesman said the specifi specifiso
so specifiso lock on one aide,wes defective.: htiOn forlhe charee against the
was Lamb freturned ,to ) his M.P.1 stated that-, Stevens k st'ruck
' truck,: the crate containing!, the i Cagael on the bead with his fist.
eohrr, wat' missing. '4, t '114 The ease' tame 'to light when
painted on the crate wee a idgn Casmet charged that be,was
yeadtng Cobra! Deadly:1 Poison en by military policemen ''- after
' suer'. ' ',',, having been Picked on at a Prank-,
, ,furt night club. Military
, ., et ".1t,110 iMPfu,'411rit010,0011 AVer let

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' e f.- '' .': i -- '''''' :'. '-''''',, "7.'0. ,,,-,.411ri3O1041,1 Aver et across the, border from the 'West "e 1 0 0
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PLAR FOR ',41,1MS';'-7., ..1.,, : 17".-4-"';'''44 .0""TATtl,:' (,0 0 W German eft), of Bad' Hersefled. 14 Yearn In which It WAS contaIned

NEW. DELHI (1.1PI):Iilembers
an Austriaw, expedition said
today.: they hoped ,to' start climb.
tag 28,697-foot.kMount'::Dhaulagiri,
the world's tallest unconquered
peak, tnid-Mav They :plan lo
snake- the' aseagiUwitkOtontl,ut
equiptnento 11.,

tivea have: become -widespread
among all, atiatcof dui white PoP',
, ulation,,-whetherdefined !by in-'
1,come,,,,education.Accupation, tell.'
lion, region ar,type RI-community.,
, To Abe question, 1, .fNhat
, do ,,,Ipst, 'wlvev consider
ridea,r. the authora4 said Olhere
wati, iegiArk abb. tonptlislog no.
'lesa 'than' two and no more lhani
lour ',children.6 Catholios expected,
, an 'average of 1.4 hifths Ter
'PlAt,.7.)),114e,AtItAticf:exPectint,19., ..

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2boetore,,, here' eonfirme a
thwoti
theig forebeall el the plett
'of 'thef Incident.; ;
' The; Army ppokesiii eald
ttai ,that the Invettigation of els elsehatgvi
ehatgvi elsehatgvi jai bpett coM Dieted

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Speaking before -41, eapacit -andience
of members 01'the St.pre St.preter's,:
ter's,: St.preter's,: Mutual' Benefit Socitty.:; at
the meeting held Thursday night,
in the St. Alban's parish hall at
Paraiso, .., was the. itev. sT, ,, Henry
Bonney .of Detroit.- Miehigan. .-'.,,
t Speaking en A'beneiolene,1", Bon Bonney
ney Bonney laid emphasis ow s'relying and
helieving in one another' th con confidence;
fidence; confidence; and the' &int unselfishly
r-f !service ahoy susoicion'" at, a,
foremost, stepping t, ston ';',1!,1,:-,-.
4,711iiiine netect- the Soctet ':-'4111
obse:rvelt 32nd., anniversarpt,in
May,i'ye praised '. the rofficerolor
,unselfcsh devotion 'Ito' 'duty t and
'their 11414- acceptance of retioonst retioonst,tilititi:
,tilititi: retioonst,tilititi: :,,,' ',i -t.i-,k .4i,:, ? --:
:',,,Asst; secretaryi7; tvadiii; ay aywood.
wood. aywood. introduced '.'..the speaker;
ood
'Otis Iayw nit4residen
lite' the ',, wirds ',fit,' twelcome.
President 'Karl. t'InA, Itarris ,., and
Itermea O. Baynet krutee, gave
Ile words, of thanks- and, appreci appreci'ition
'ition appreci'ition ;for'tBonners 'tinsPirational,
lastructive,, -and iosontructive re reelle
elle reelle '.. .tti:i ','.1 y.,:,': -.t.; : ; .tt
t.- :4,7:: ': :Is: ':';' '''' ,, V:''' '.:,,, ','.:1;
' '..Afninst for& neiv meniberatirhe
i'terts 4iven,,tto oath thy ,the pres prestdent;
tdent; prestdent; The general, ancretaryr Au Autended
tended Autended A.- ItIall,, gave a brief talk
id r,,.pitish, wow ,tho business el
tha membership,'!, 42,V;;t ., J., t
P Member were informed of
plans for the observance of the
1 thirty-second anniversary, in May.
On, May I 10,, a dinner-program
' Will be held at the Paraiso gym gymnasitmt;
nasitmt; gymnasitmt; and on iday 31, there
wilt be a tria 'through the 'Canal.
Tickets are already on tale.
Some, womaa ,member who at attends
tends attends thett,,,, next ,gegular ,, meeting
5"4,11', receive4 a compliti ,f hairldo
odhaltded plot itillOrsdare APO 0
at Minnie s Beauty Par or in Pa Paralso,
ralso, Paralso, 'ea a door. pri;e. ',

HARRISONBURG,' To, etIPI)--
n a '' '' a g" lir 'Federal District Judge John'Paul
Han-loroca-was today approved a school desag desag,
, desag, ., , , , regation tpillattiotstubMitteorkthieo
Pleis To' 11101'1111: -culntsere, co' urrordeers,tes; admicit 111
.,- A' ,' ,- ,,.i ,, ,", Negroes to its white Schools text
yorc :
D '-i'Paper Snig
1 September. ," Z Ve, ''''4 1 ,
q Paul, ''Virginia 4NAACP Chief
,, , , ComiseVOliver WI,' Hill and Char-NEW
'' YORIgt APrit 1 KTPII) lottesville City ,Attorney John S.
Battle Jr. 'agreed on the Van, dur-,
, The liarice ,of Christine Jor5-minute
Informal confer confergenseu
genseu confergenseu hustles ,off ,, to Chicago ing a
ence ft'cl th f r th 12
, ears e way o e
today In search of the divorce
Ire oes' to enter a- high' scheol
paper he must submit before N
ono, in, 41ementary school.; seXt
he Can !purr its inan-turt41- i u. 1, ; , ,.., ,,, .1,
WCInan L.& into ktattalqi. ,..tit also,,,would permit Otter,,Nek,
4 'Chnotilfa; SI, 'Puy 1 !,----- detv.t.me 4. ....11 4. 4......14t 1.1144-.

'same
. ..
--. The Slane Celt Christine J01.- Jr. agreeo on me -pour our5-minute
Informal confer confergensen
gensen confergensen hustles ,off, to Chicago ing a
ft,'clears the way. for the 12
today in search of the divorce enc..
Negroes' to enter a- high' scheol
paperS- he must submit before
ian 41ementary school.; se)ct
he can marry' its inan-turh01- nn4
woouirk ', N ., JO; , I ; '',,.' 4. Qs 11.-! ik. ..1
4 'Chrlittne,' St, 'put Ms tot, ''Tt lasoolvould permit Other, Neo
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bea sqltarely on the spnt yea yeab,y
b,y yeab,y showing ut at the

teiday -by snowing ut at -the
MUDitiPetl, Building with How How:
: How: ard Knox' of Waukegan,
, and asking for st marriage li license.
cense. license. 11
13u ,the lawyer were ,saved
from making an. on-the-spot,
dtclsion on" the ,--unusultl, case
whinIthey dfstottted Mit Knox'
had been provtattsly married
and -that' Ito 'didn't, 'have 2 his
divorce Tapers with hint. Its
laW says any divorced pergon
seeking a marriage license must
submit proof of divorce.
tf'We told the groom.' he.. would
have,te, return with hiadivorce
papers -so, we could give,,,him a
said Assistant Cerpora-t

roling,"; Aid Assiotait, Corpora-4

if7Lo 9ZOrnsa '7:11;;;7601;evr:',7s
''1,,A spokesman for -Christine
saict Knox might not get back
from, Chicago, with the, paPers
before Irriday, which would give
Cooper and other city attorneys
line to flintre things out.
Chrtsgneo an ex-G.I. named
Cie0rge Jorgensen, Jrv, who ull ullderwent;a
derwent;a ullderwent;a series of treatments,
In Denmark, in. 190, and then
announced ,that his sex, had
been -changed from male to fe-,
male, appeared at the Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Building with ,hair in a
stylish coiffure arid wearing a
Mink oat.
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,,,,,, wgellinu PeOPiet DUI' Die' iff I .'"
hcw which has leaked out ,,Indt,, ft oillett: anovete,
cates the existence Id strong anti- ii witiew, wily is u,
Communist sentimentin thessatel. -1,-...i., ,oL-ot A, t levy
ite country - 0'-, 4"'' 'Ats IPIlit I rwillosolit,

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!tte country., - 0..7, 7,77 a
AisTelks Ccilm'it3-
Massive antt-eommunisedernou- 1 II
etrations broke 'out In qhe -south ',L.. 4- , 6 111,".
ti.l.......1..... ..,,...6 .. ..... .. leo ame'''' an A Ell

.
Bulgarian ecity of4Plovdl in Jan January,
uary, January, 1957;,, two months after So. I te
, On Text'llitrike )
Viet tanks crushed the '. Hungarian ': 7-, ; : ,-, 4,
revolt. Tanks and armored cats HENDERSON, N.C. (UPI) An
,had to,belcalle&outto drive,denv, :explosion near a-Mt-striker's rural
6fixtrators away from the armY storc last night signaied the
barracks there, according to, re- beginning of another week in a
Poetsi,- that eached here a 1, the violentifiextile -strike, which has
1110e-,.., 4 4k '''1,4 ''-'... beteg weeks. e r ',
At no same time' regional But- if The charge of dynamite wee
gariaa newspapert reported' a
nuijo! demonstration at Dimitrov-
by Joe Coker,:,whao said he has
fired bear getterat 'tore operated
grad, an industrial center ,, so received'. seyeral Ihreats since he
miieS south of Sofia., , n pegin crossing', picket lines to
, On: both occasions,,4he ,offiCial 'work at the North Henderson plant
Press: said, the demonstrators
stuluted anti-Communist .. slogans mine, he' explosion came near
of the Hamlet -Henderson eotton
"pick,ed up from Western -radio the end of a weekend ,whick of of"statillm,
"statillm, of"statillm, ,, ', 4,:l I a, t r41 hihCliestri?pdr rtilluStfilli:
.. t''',, , A. I t er 0
Fact fiNrilliPle 2 e '" e Itereoo Po
re tea punnet

-,statirincs, 7 ,,, , ,,!, 1, t. -47-7 tile eno or, n wee, xerlid, Tick oli,
1
. T ,, , , f 1 144 liestribedr itul.lial,
'11 f ,, -r,, ob ;
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S' 1.' ". e ' ' ' '
' 1 '' ''' -; ' '' e ., e-Jere to repo ted Injuries,
East 63rmzus, a ,J 'from the ex6losion, one of more
-- ',I.:. a I, ,-. :,:-....,' than 30 which have been set soff
AnieriCan''Plio le ." since the 'mills resumed limited
I , Orrations Feb. 10.
I
,0- : j-, -, I.",' 19:4,' t 114 ''''' .,..Negotiateri for'ithg Mfiland the
v Cco-r-isssis two striking locals of the Textile
ne u 13 ii aii..1 Workers Union of A,merica mark.

swum UM 111 IVO: ,411.1111.1113 SUM Ille
!tie i;eo striking 10CAIS of the Textile
.1(1 Workers Union of America mark.

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l'poctors here ,' confirrocUrthat Naughan,' an employe of ,,' the in TwuA contracts. '' '
r 11,1-4 "'"'', 44,,tos th.0,4 nw- tt S Army's European Post' Ex- ', '1; -"I' ,----4-'-'6-0 'tie losto
,
,
ehes in his forehealt on the nidit change System 9 Jo,. ,Heidelberg, 'e ,trovidincseniority for mot.
of the incident.; ; ,,:,,,,,, , left Friday front an airstrip in or whn have returned to their
' Theo Army spekesnian, eald tO,- Mannheim, neer' Heidelberg, '' for Sob under a US oft bottles. stones
dor ,that the Investigation of ths- what was to be a 15-minuto flight rocks, and hricits.',' The union
sell's, charges hal been coMpleted to Nuernberg. , Iii r piumtered ylOp 91, demand that
with the bHnging 1, al charges DiPpach do about '110 allies striker mnintsi.'' 'heir seniority
olleinat Stevens. - s. 0, -,, , ... northwest of, Nuernberg. -,,', t, over 'the non-strikers. 0..

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grees to enroll formerbt white
schools, 1, making' Charlottesville
the first city is Virginia te agree
vpluntarily to', desegregatty its
classrooms.
Hill' raised , major objection
to,the plan,,submitted last month
,by the, 4ity kaftnri it won ,it delay,
in integrAten Ant4 ,trons
lodge, E abeleff' rt the
1.14. 4th Circuit 'Court of Appeals.
Hill said the NAACP Pwould not notnormally
normally notnormally advocate" 'certain fea features
tures features of the plan but felt the, citY
and school officials should be giv given
en given 44an opportunity to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate their good faith."'
"We ,believe that it,the, plan is
skried, out ,,ln an, oblIcitye lash,
Ion, there WO) be stifflotent'geop stifflotent'geoperation;frorn,the
eration;frorn,the stifflotent'geoperation;frorn,the Negro communi community'
ty' community' to bring about in, orderly fash fashion
ion fashion this social change without un undue
due undue emotional Impact on the
white community?" Hill said.
'''The desegregation plan is based
largely on a Quell assignment
plan administered by the city
school superintendent. ,Student
transfer reepesta Neuld ,consid-
ered largelY,, a, teacher-pupil,
ratio and the aupermtendents,,

Destilerta Ceara!

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GIORGI lits, iTitiNGFELLOW, of East Orange, 141.3.4 timperial
,Potentate, Nobles' of the Mystic shrine,1'. called -oni Gov. W. E.
Asotter during his annual visit to the Canal Zone. Left to, right
are Meltringfellow, Gov. Potter, and Subert Turbyfill, Poten Potentate,
tate, Potentate, Abou Saad Temp lb.

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'hiObt.gsyillq -:.Officialsjiiii :Plan:

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en broad -dieeretion in approving
transfers.
The plan specifically prohibite
'any child being denied a transfer
on grounds of rage or color.
Twelve Negtoet ,ere ordered
admitted to Lane High and Ven Venable
able Venable elementary, schools by Paul'
last fall, Both ,schools' were cloSed
last Septet1'6er ,under the "State's'
now-defunct ttnassivo esistance"'
, They iehpefied fu il'ebruaryen I
segregated basis when the city
agreed s to ubmit' its 'voluntary
plan for coMpleten desegregation,
ieffectiVe '116e gptemher,',,to Paid.
1 Paul' hlid tisid ajnifove
'the plan' if ktiu raised no objec objections.
tions. objections. '
Hill said Chhrlottesville school
officials had' indicated they woUld
approach the: integration problem
with "reason and' intelligence"
and e plan was 'acceptable.
1tv $0t 4ead)
tTO 0,CPISCOyillt0;0,1' 414
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-NEVY6k1c (tiPlY The dis discovery
covery discovery of New York harbor 435
years ago 'by !Wien' explorer
Giovanni, da Verrazano will be
celebrated the night of April 18
with a deluxe Atlantic cruise last-.
int only 14 hours. The 'dusk to
dawe cruise IN 'being pitioned by
the, woinert's 'Aittisiorr ,for ) special
;eventS of the New''York, City Hud Hudson
son Hudson celebratibn, headed, by, Mrs.,

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side Northside ktethe'dist Church weri !greet !greeted
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their ,eareop to thit'eurbli
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ma& SEUIA-WAINIO' BONORED ,L'
tT FAREWFAX ITA AT BRAZOS HEIGIttli"":d'
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t-,,.; Mrs. Selma Wainio was guest or liestot ILI ls'irurprise bon
,L,1,1tioyage tedliven at The Elks HOme4n:Bristos' Heights. Hist!
iaesses were. -Mrs;Ban Grier? Mrs. lloberf.:Walnio: and Mrs.
ps,--,t Traria(
Flowers- 'and table decorations givirsklertanged by Mrs.
' ittnest Atsgermuller. - 1,
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, e Mrs.-Walnlo plans to return soon to er: home in bliami
after Visiting her family and friends -the Isthmus. She
WaS presented a blue Cashmere coat', and:accessories at a
surprbse gift trent her, friends at the

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Ifisfts Parents
George Wales, a freshman etu
dent at Brown University, Provi Providence,
dence, Providence, R. arrived by plane ye!.
terday to spend k brief holiday
with' his parents, Rear Admiral
and Mrs. George 'Wales of the
Fifteenth Naval District.

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I Clayton Mears Wivas
Plan Lunch, Fashion Show
k Members of. the Fort Clayton
Officers Wives Club will be enter entertamed
tamed entertamed next Tuesday, with a fash fashion
ion fashion show and luncheon at the Of Of!kers
!kers Of!kers Club. Sherry will be serv serv'P
'P serv'P ed at 12!30, with luncheon at 1
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to, '' The event is being sponsored by
Post Headquarters wives. The
,4 fashions will be shown by Rex
11 Rhoda's of Panama and will be
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Grace, Ra Inler Take
Walk Mier Arrival
Al Swiss TOYM

I LAUSANNE, Switzerland (UPI)
Princess Grace of Monaco ar aririm
irim aririm here yesteruay with tier
mother, father and princely hus hus1
1 hus1 band for consultations to deter deter:
: deter: rnine whether -she needed an
i appendectomy.
1 Shortly af terward, however,
i the former Hollywood star and
iPrince Rainier took a 15-minute
stroll arm-in-arm along Lake
o Geneva as if to minimize the
-,--meommotion over tile princess' trip
here.
While the couple walked and
-Vindow shopped, mystery stilt
: surrounded the details of their
o Lausanne, visit.
li A palacb spokesman In Mona Mona'.
'. Mona'. o co said'eatiler yesterday that tne
prinCcss' would stay 8 to 10 days
to in this SwIss city and that it
l' Nvas,"possible" she would 'under 'under,
, 'under, T go ,tit-Aktpendectomy.
Wear circles in Lausanne
i sulestad that the 29 year 1 old
. princtsilrom Philadelphia might
be suffering from a still uniden unident
t unident tified othnent in addition to the
o aPPendcitis. But the fve mem memo
o memo ber party accompanying t h e
li Monaco, ruling couple refused to
divulge any details.
The only comment came from
. e Grace's mother.. tors. John B
' P Xelly of Philadelphia, who told
reporters that "we are here to
' have a good 'time
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Anotherleathre el the program
id bo traxy revue...Mem revue...Memper
per revue...Memper ate 'asked, to wear hats ash.
toned -'of kitchen utensils.- All
items will, ksAonated to hospita
lity kite.
Mrs: Robert Taylor, 174182, is
in charge ot the luncheon reserve.
lions.

Western Hoe Dewn
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At Amader '0' Club
The Fort Amador Officer Wives
Club will sImnsor a Western Hoe
Down Saturdit evening at the
Amador Officers Club.
A chicken-in-the-basket dinner
will be served at 6:30 followed by
square dancing to tha music of the
Cotton Pickers.
Mrs. Charles Jagoe, 82-4249, is
in charge of reservations.

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Ice Cream Social
Tonight In Balboa
The League of Lutheran Women
of Redeemer Lutheran Church on
Balboa. Road will sponsor a home.
made ice cseam and pie social this
evening starting at 6 p.m.
A bake sale will be held in con.
junction with the social.

Gulick Ncn wives
lEnloy Sukilakt

The Fort Gulick NCO Wives
Club held a Sukiyaki as ,,iheir so soclal
clal soclal meeting of the montVat the
Gulick NCO Club. The 'Slikiyaki
was prepared by Mrs. Sue Viel,
Mrs. Liam Christianson, Mrs. Sue
De Maio and other club Members
who have lived in Japan.
Costumes, dolls and souveniers
of the Orient Provided an interest
ing disnlay. Mrs. Flo Henning
and Mrs. Frances Berger were in
chttrgreltrrIth VIP enti.
Guests included Mrs. Rebecca
Meyerse,. Mov ,Rachet Schnell,.
' tuella
Greetr.; Mrs. Margie Koch, Mrk
MP rgie ,Nocb.' Mrs. Illfriede Maks
sato, Mrs. Mary Garvey, Mrs.
Evelyn POP011, Mrs. Lissy Aponte
and Mrs. Kay Fredak.
Members who', attended were
Mrs. Kate Killip, Mrs. Lottie Dotson,-rMrs.
Bette Merrill, Mrs.
Martye Satinder:soldrar,f, Helen
Murdock, Mrs. Flo Henning, Mrs.
Connie ,Norris, Mts. ''Sylvia
Hedges, Mrs. Jody Morris, Mrs.
Nancy Williams, Mrs. Frances
Ledue, Mrs. Eva Balcazar, Mrs.
Frances Berger.
Mrs. Anne Solis, Mrs. Sue De
Maio, Mrs.,Trudie SraY, Mrs. Ter Terry
ry Terry Trask, Mrs. Dottie Foster,
Mts "Vrdli Hirn,,,,MrS., Viel,
MrettlinylehristiansonviMrs. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Craig and Mrs. Doris Brown.
Rebekah Club Meets
On Friday Night
The Renekah Club of the lathm
ian Canal Rebekah Lodge will
hold ,a meeting on Friday at
7:30 p.m. at the 'Wirt Memorial on
Balboa Road. Members have been
tolti h, the officers 'o come out
tof4C.'pleasent evening. ,
,
Gamboa Church Circhr.:
To'Snonser Dinner -,
The Mary Bartlett 'Circle of the
Gamboa Union Church will spons sponsor
or sponsor a ham dinner Friday evening,
April 10, at 5 p.m. at the Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Civic Center,
Entertainment will feature
square' dancing under the dim

"Regisfration for Balk Om (lasses"

PRE-TEENS & TEENAGERS
Classes For All Ages From 6 yrs. To 19 yrs Old.
For Medal, Silver, Gold and Bronze Groups

(sAr) APRIL Ilth MOO &AL
to 12 noon, Studio in Win,
Bldg. next to K. of C Learn
the latest in ballroom danc dancing,
ing, dancing, ,novelly dances and Car Carty
ty Carty dances. Along with social
graces, balance, self assur assurance,
ance, assurance, phrasin g, styling,
Rhythm, Modern Jazz, BOOKie
breaks and Ballroom Eti Etiquette.
quette. Etiquette. HARNETT Ix DUNN ADD TO
VIM IREPZ4TOIRE,

"Become Part Of Our Ciiiitit'froop Show"
, Children And Teenage K!SPFCIAIIS,T7
"SPECIAL" 241 HOUR LESSONS $1200
':.; iliCLUDINO JAMB4EE PARTY

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Circle Square Dante Club.
Tickets may be obtained from
members of the Circle, Of by call calling
ing calling S-311.-,
Leaves Pet tended
Trio In States
Henry- Sommerfreund 'd Mer Mercurio
curio Mercurio Jewelers will leave tomor tomorYOW
YOW tomorYOW tOr In extended business and
pleasure trip in the Stites. He
plans to the gone from four to six
weeks.

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Miss Chambers Named
To Manor Society
Miss Joanna Chambers, daught daughter
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L
Chambers of Margarita, has been
named to Kappa Mu Epsilon, na national
tional national honor society in mathe mathematics.
matics. mathematics. She is a sophomore mathematics
major at North Texas State Col College
lege College Denton, Texas.

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Saturday Night Dance
At Cristobal YMCA
A Girl of the Month dance will
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be held Saturday eveninff at 8 at
the Cri tobal YMCA-LISO. The
event bon& the member of
the ,Gi a Service Organisation
who has, served the most volunteer
hours during March.
.Her name will be announced in
s snecial -ceremony at t:30 p.m.
Music will bo furnished by the
Ivan Thorpe comb.

Meetings

Emblem Club
Emblem Club 32, will have a
monthly business meetine Tues
day evening at 7:30 at the Elks
Home in Braios Heights.

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Special Itduclithin Mut.
The Special Iducation 'MOOR.
tion will meet this evening it 7tw)
at the USO-JVC in Balboa. GI's t
speaker will be Dr. IL S. Remo,
ear. nose and throat speciatiet
All parents at handicapped ctn.
Mtn and other interested persons
aro invited to attend. 4,
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Gamboa Womon's Club :;
Thz, Gamboa Women's ;
will hold 3 regular treetik
morrOw evening at 1:30 at the
vie Center.
Members ate asked to brit4
prizes, tor games.

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orders to forego eye shadow and
nail polish., ,
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The: governmentoined, airline
told Shat, girls too atich-makeup
made weld iook "tutwahed." To'
the ,giris; this was almost the last
straw.

Some time ago the BEA told
the girls they looked "dowdy" be.
cause their hemlines were too
low. This charge, which was said
to have originated with the wife
of the company direttor, led to
a mass shortening of skkts.
But this business of their make
up 4naking them -look "unwashed"
was too much, said one gray
costumed' rectiptionist at West
London Air Terminal.

"Unwashed!" she fumed. "Just
because the airline has prehis.
toric ideas about beauty
Her words trailed off as sha
turned to smile at a customer.-
, The, hestess was wearing eye
1thadow and flaming red nail pol
Ish and she- did hot look un
washed.
Three girls have been censured
by their section leaders for rely
ing tooheavily on their makeup
kits. A company spokesman said
there was no definite rule against
a reasonable amount of makeup
but there was a long standing
prohibition against ground staff
workers using nail polish and eye
shadow.

"There is not one of us who
can .ever be accused of looking
dirty," one ho3tess said. She said
she. didn't like the company's
"unwashed" accusation one bit.
Another hostess said that "if
we saw, one of the girls looking
I like a cloivn we would advise her

gently not to use quite so much
makeup."

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Of, Canal Ai Panama 'After 1835-Yisit,
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centennial of .whose death will special diplomatic MISSIOnS 'fir
be marked by a public lecture Paris, as after the Peace of 111.i1
on Friday at 8:30 p.m, at the PA. sit and after the French levoluo'
llama National MUSINIM, in 183S tion of July 1830. He aecompa. I
predicted the Panama Canal and nied the King to Italyf called the
recognized, Ito Stdvantage5.. 'first internationel congress 'of nat.
The, title -ti the, lecture In Span.lurallsts and physicians in Her.
tsh will .4 Amapa von ....,,- I lin, kept up an enormous scienti.t
.1,01rit..' IV q y "-' Tilosets es fic correspondence, and at the
la Tierra." The Museum is on same time enjoyed a full '' ambit
Avenida Cuba at 30th Street. life. , 1
Born in 1789 in Berlin, son of a I Interested in the emancipation
well-to-do major In the Prussian of the Negro, Humboldtlnaisted
Army,. Humboldt, is descritied as the Prussia enact a Aav.,-., to as.
"the most famous man of his sure their liberty in that coun.
time after Napoleon" and "the try. lo a famous speech he said,
first tourist." ,' "To promote the unity of races.
' ; .We are all destined to part'.
lie spent several years in Lat. ''
cigte equally in liberty." '' '
in America, visiting Panama, Ve,
nezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, e leettire in Spardsh 'Friday
-Pe' night by Dr. 'Adolf Meyer.Abich.
ru, Citba and Mexico. is presented by the -, Society of
He is knovin as an explorerd the Panama National Museum
zoologist, botanist,. astronomer, and the Legation of 'the pederal;
meteorologift, geographer, anthr,I. State of Germany., The public is
pologist, archaeologist, diploma:1i: itivited with no charge-foe admis.
or I. trsvoter snit champion -, .14,,g k
humanstights,, end a -pioneer In ""'". ...............11;;;;.....1..4 ,,,, -' t xr, ';
,the fields in which he worked." 11 '", -- 4,-- .., i.
Ms moat fitment publication Is
"Cosmos," ducribed as a a sum- otre Dame Oradst
mary of the natural sciences in --
the best cultural tradition of the dents Gelatin('
WeSt." ManY of his theories re.
suiting fgom his explorations are
still bejd. Monday ACTIvoll
Humboldt's scientific' tqterest
began at home. where he was ,, N
celled "the little apothecary." Next Monday, the Tivoli Room
He systematically collected of the Tivili Guest House will be ;
flowers, plants, anad stones. At the scene of the annual pinery. i
"1" --... r gq le "iet'fl PI l'ill anee of Universal Notre Dame I
lamily's palace one of the first Night, -as old grads, young grads
lightning rods in Ggrmany, re. and undergraduates from all
peating tbe experimitts of Ben. tarts of Panoma and C a n a I
jamin Franklin. 7er, r'"'"1"'s 6's "ftrniniSCOnee On
1 Rs began his career as natural. their student days.
ist as armor of mines in the

!fiveleir voyage. He introduced her- where-Vei they, maY bet,
new methods of cartography and local Notre Dame CM bas 'been
Inew conceptionS of ,temperature celebrating this event annually
measurement; He studie the OE, for the Pest 15 west's.
cean currents and discovered All persons interes'ed in It.
the cool current 'of Peru which tending are requested to contact
bears his name. Rile,. president, Attorney William
He obtained valuable knowletNe -- ,, --A
of the Indians in the New World, Building, telephone Balboa 2-1341
collected 60,000 plants, including or Leo J'. Xraiza. -Panama Ca,
3,500 new ones and made elec. -1 ampary, Olephone Ealhoa
Meal exPeriments on his own bo-..2-21.78. ,
dv to add to the data on electril
elk?.

'dv to add to the data on electri.
city.
He was the first to apply expe. FRIENDLY VISIT .,
rimental methods to the explore.
tion of distance and unknown re. BELGRADE (1.111I),,,., A clued.
giona. ron of six Indonesian novy Rhine
At the age of 60, !Jumbo tra. called at Ihe Port of Split tp.
veled across Rtissia to the bor. day for e frientilv visit ,with .tho
Icier of Chin, making scientific Yurfostav onvy.- The ,veSsele. all
gtudles all tht,..wav. He was cut- hunt in theltitgesiev shinvereg
tutal advisorto Kin Frederick t(ralievica,, were en ;oute,So In.
William MI of, Prussia and on donesia.

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I MI L,.:-;!:,...f ,- !',, 0 2 i 22 : .' ',....r. man may he postponed for a lobg
I :, f .. ,-,: :.-; 7,' 4 I -, - time. Helen'. sister and co-plaint,
' '. '''-'''-''''''' '''eh lc o y '''' ,:' iff, ,Abk is Still in 'South Arnett--
1 ::,: '''' '-''' 1. ca; and ',ntlar key- Inembert of
I -, ''- Bottorulneratile :, -'
, th east Of, characters ,are 4Csto
' laut .-- was '-''- North EMI' ; te.red-to the fouryinds, 0,o it's tot
11 - Pals ', I '' ., Pass,' '' likely tat lively 'teat win hit the
tut,' Pau -,.',' Xt. Plea 2 dockets befell next year, .4, Otto
fal. ,;'-.: Pas -',::::, ':-. ,',' ' Preminger ,t6111 friende Ave Gatd
' 0i:tiling lead-TY 4 ,-. : 1 ner's been telephoning him 'from
':,- ''-- '''' '' '1 "4 I Anetrelle,, Ries Iv Intrigued- with
' 7----- -woos,--miay, whit ,she's heard about the hero,-Genercius
George beaMed On his intro! AlExodult,'; the'novel he in inopponents
opponents inopponents end' remarked, ,,,"It is lends fel-make into ii-film;9 He'S
still early' December but every sending' her a' topr of -the '-. book;
day la Christnits with me so : I along with -two "cartons- ot, filter
am 'going to give- you the next cigarets; -whicIV'the 'couldn't' Bnd
trick on a- eilver platter." Down Under,' : '. ''- .-..'
! George,' hitting South, had just Ella Fitsgeraidti- physician hai
won the first trick and after fin ordered the first lady of song to
ithing his nice epeech ,- George take ,, it 'easy.' Het health heal
proceeded to play the- deuce of been' up to par...Adolph Zukor Sd
diamonds from his own hand and and pretty KiPp Hamilton -, have
the three ',of diamonds ;from '' the (called, Of 'their elaborate:Itedding
dummy:, -' ,,, ---- ,4, -4 ,7, 41 plancd Thii- Summer's, barnyard
The usual aftermath of one of circuit will be enlivened by if se,
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George's speecheo ensued, East ries of drimatic readings i from
won tht trick anct led, a second the -work, of Ernest Hemingway
spade.- Geprge wonlhis aid plaP- ..11eadlints. Ind (drama' page sto-'
ed' antithet ,diamond but this time ries' on the troubles'in the "1110lich
he was kcareful to play dummy's of the Poet' cast came as no stir.
queen. East took Ma ace and. led prise to Broadway insiders --and
,a third spade whereupon George skirted the truth, by:, quite a wide
ran l'aff 'four diamonds and three margin. Kim Stanley's Problems
'clubs to noke four,no,trump, were so deep-etated few -, mein;
1 A heart shift, would hive he,d hers .of the company, expected her
him to ,, Ida 0 stiength but once 10 last' is lOill as she ,did, and
kGefge anade his, gerierout play Eric. Portman was, a mantel' -of
at trick 'two there,'was oo, way to crineiderabis irritation, to, one 'of
beat him. , ,,,, ,' the important ladle Id the --,- en enIf
If enIf George had 'not been an Sen,,Semble. ' , : ,,.., ,,

If George had not been so gen,
erotts he would have been set.
suppose tbit he' played a high
diamond. East would jet it boll.
It
A second 'amond lead would lose
to East's ack end with onlY One
entry Aft o dummy George would
have been unable, to run -the dia.
mond' suit. ,, ,

ifeti7t'idege.r".theIrieWei.fiviTu.ISuPPose Ott he played high Look who's an actor now! Hunt.
diamond. East would jet it boll. logton Hartford hap isnded him himtion
tion himtion of July 1830. He aecompa.
A second 'amond lead would lose deli pert in "John raid ones,"
now toeing, filmed hi the Mediter.
nied the King to Italy, called tbe
first international congress 'of nat. to East's Ink end with only one
dummy George would rattan. He'll be,cast al It sea.
uralists and physicians ,in Ber. tat ielt
een, unable,,to run-the Op. man, and' in case anybody,doubts
lin, kept up an enormous scienti.t4Ive ,,,, his qualifications for the role, let
it be noted that he knows his way
fic correspondence, and at the n"od 1'4 ,'
, bareoeuteodf !to,' seqmu,reb-reivgmgegr wovoithed thee
same time enjoyed It AT,' social, ,..,, , '4
life.
Interested in the emancipation $
iPat.0 A II Dlerale yacht or three in his time...A Lu Lust
st Lust the Negro, Humboldt' Insisted dilating Broadway ,rumoe, has it
the Prussia enact a Aaw,, to as that it costs the Riviera nitery
sure their liberty in that cowl. Q.--Thezeeibiddingsohno Imo wl esi ,, 1300 a day to stay closed, because
try. In a famous speech he said, North of the staff:required to maintain
"To promote the unity of races. 1 dr. -, tit,- 2 th poss
, , Yoth, Sakai hold: IL. The Rios Arts Theatre, icor icor.
. icor. .We are an destined to, part'. ado I Put ''', ? ' ed a coup ,U booking ,,"Roore at
eipate equally in liberty."
V114 44E141 41111 the Tor tor its New, ,Yort,prent
ne lechire in Spardsh ,Friday API iere, aithough the ilick is..costing
night by Er. 'Adolf Bleyer-Abich, ,,' what A you dot '',
. ABm awn domes& two a mint, as rentili'to ;for, ',houses
tihseprepseennetemde byNetthioen-efoemleutyeeoomf hand is emir worm antilher bit that size. The movie just walkld
and the Legation of the yederal; Admils 'c
State of Germany., The public is ToDArt QURS'llit't 0 off with the British Academy A.
14, ... Harry Etlalonte is auditioning
. ,,( -, ward as best picture or the year
invited with no charge-for, admis- y'
-E--. L d our partner pontimies with dance groups to, accompany nim
71Un s...........;,..,,,;.,,: 1, ft t ..,b1 of -three Spedes.,Ahat do ql rhillrittonat edocelk Our thlh'
' --t t 1 g r it 7 A s' '''10tr; &AO!? 4 '-'6' -04,';',"' ,:::e 1"' SUM ""' E" r
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1 -: The Airican 'Roo e MR Install
- a tshort wave' radio te receive
Students Gatherino Lani -S.o' illeiurni noevwe Ghana deejay ,phow presided,
Warrenr bY'...c6neanitfe tit: &Mg Guiri
Monday At Moll 'Til .,
,.,,, the most relaxed manner down
' I o puritn 110r10 '' jamaiel 11,3' kviere Oseati-Him.'
,,., I merstein io toiling 'over lyrics for
Next Mondav, the Tivoli Room A.- II
fleilidnip the next R and Kmusical,,the one
of the Tivill Guest House will be ; about the Trapp Family. Oscar
beach and doodles with rhymes
, carries a clip board down to thd
the scene of the annual observ.1
anee of Universal Notre Dame I
Night, -as old grads, young grads zurticrt, swittertaid mini while soaking up the tropie,a1 yin.
and undergraduates -from all , ,!,.. shine. . 'Lawrence Tierney has
slit, Ached to a West Coast branch
tarts of Poulin and C a n a I returned in triumot to his home
7er, "'I'm' -,miniscence on here today with the ton he "kid. ut 1"1 blest's' ho Woo to moo
ex a comeback in the movies,
their student days. naped" from his American , Alan Itedd Jr., mho ,decided to
wife in New Yoit. become avagentt instead of an
to claim tilt actor, is taking more than a pro proIn
In proIn honor of the Oeteld011 1 spe. Lang said he.will return to New
clot banquet, beginning at V.00 York in two week fessional-interest in actress Dor.
pm. has been planed. In eddi o'her child of his broken mar.
UV ProvineProfound pronounce.
tion to clith members, '-'all for- riage. If his ex.wife trieti to take
Aner students. graduate or under under'Ivin
'Ivin under'Ivin neverl become a really- big
..t ment from Richard Burton: ,I'YOu
graduate,. who have attended .Nn he will have her arrested.

Hollywood itar and do' -plait ai
.' ree S IS erngt90 11,,ZySttvheill! well, U you want to be ,s' Holly.
his firs grea ourney wi e tre ame n versk v are IIV e
French explorer, Bonpland, after Universal Notre Dame Night 'lit me legal' :cuitody
the death of his mother had celebrated the second Mondav Oren," be said
made him financially independent. after Eaater throughout -the world "There fs no American .4 o n r t Hollywood. But I couldn't rd
A result Will 30 volumes de.' and is Intended to bring all for. Judgment giving her the right to much rather bis'elassed alongside
on his arrival. wtiod Itar You'vt got to stay In
the llieliael Redgraves Mae pm
scribing the adventures .en thi! I mer Notre Dame students); tOlet. them. ,,,' ...... ..... .. ,. .

Lang. 40.eviOe 'a New York
airport pollee alert, chartered a
titivate 'Ilene in Philadelphia and
fliw to Toronto where he b6orded
P niene with his blond ton Fran Francis,
cis, Francis, 1. and second wife; Mar Mar1111,
1111, Mar1111, 25,
I He Raid PrI1C14 and ti;tt other
, Sinn. GerP14 MMI1P htd heen
"kidnaoed" from Zuri.h,104 Feb.
w,ory hl", his -tlivoreed wife, now
,Mrt, Marion Rothstein of New
York Cif
Reolaid he had filed snit in It
New York court for a ruling up uphewn
hewn uphewn 'h. PA ttecioton;
"Roweyor, thinos wore going
too tha 'ore
ntonA," "I ',Anis-led th
ttke mattero into'riv h-no,,,,
1, Lang 4arrive4 In Nem, yflott, s"t.
1",10,74' ootengibly te'vNit Wrottlell;
1100oa1441 managed to soirlt ,he
youngster away under tbA, pnolo,0
a itrivate tlotootive who had been
'I get to wetch him, but did not ex
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Re, malt be had filed snit In It
few, 'York court for I ruling 111)-
1e1A!n silo PA, decilion.:'
'"Howevor,' thinfts wore anion
on Plnwlv le tho Now ,' 1P0'4C
00,0," 10 Ill'i4; '3 tionisiert tn
4he mats-erg. intnitiv own hoodo."
?.14ni 4orrivAAAn Now,,yAroi, sq.
"Ilev.-,,00tonniblv: te'vicit" wrottiell;',
Reottal4 il manieed to anirit 'The
youngster away under thn,- 0,1o0 0.
I ',trivet', Omtootive who had been
opt to wytch him, but did, not ,ev,
pl-'n, how. t 4 , '. ., N,t,!,t,'..
Iti'illti P' iO1111 have bean "too
cir,tImuteei go trv to wet ivy
with ;Ida ',other' boa it the' same
tlific ,,,,'.;- 4.,!,,,- v. -,,,:, ,..,,.
'Dint aid hin ex-wiffs.'her'new
No.,,,,stut end,Ithe two,. boys., were
livint, in 'iv' swill : fnlir room
onortioont'll In Now 'York',, which
7
boA 1V 0116 hPfirOoM'
,,.'"trti ,41 'are, at emit eight romni
In m home In. Zurich," he said.

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'sew offer taking ,eff fonm too,.
tsls in AtqA111 1940 killino 014
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Visour. Nervousnems or weakness. you
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mediated, with Regent This roodloiriO
Noakes you tool younger. stronger. and
able to sloop withotit interrulitinu
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nal rt costs tne Riviera nitery DR. EDWARD K. NANKIN A
Moo a day to stay closed, because -,- ,' .
If the' stafflequired to 'maintain Dr, Edward K. Hankin, an A- ,i)
t... The Rine, Arts Theatre scor- 1210tiCall consultant An 'vocationAl
KI I coup' U booking uRoorn at education, ,will arrive 10011 tO ii,1
:he Top",4or its. New, -Yort,prem- isms as ,professor of a two-week -,
ere, although the Dick iecosting course in ,4'Orgattisation and Att-
k mint, as rentils' go ;for,l'houses ministration. ot. Yocatiotue Educe- 4)
bat size. Tbe, movie just- walkld don," which to )ie.,offered by ''
sfl with the British Academy A, the University. of Panama as part ',.
ward as best picture of the year of ,the summer' courses.- ', i
... Harry Belafonte, it. auditioning This Course, from APril 1 to 17t
lance groups to, accompany nim haa been planned,-,by. the- depart departsn
sn departsn fide, tstional 'concortf,tpur: this. inentstf Ttecbuical-yetational, 'dn..-
Suntrner4,,,,;:,,,',.-',..!,1",..,;,, : ,,11,.., cation ,of the Ministry. of Educe-
,...--, ton, with the ,cooperation of tech-
The African 'Rooni'.; 301ll install nicians in the education division of ,t,
at short wave' radio te receive e the Point Four prorram. :. .
new Ghana deejay show presided The course itself -represents in li
over by one of Ito,' &UMW, Guy opportunity for those educators
Warrer...Gentur' id 'flowering it engaged in the administration and 'zr,.
the most relaxed., manner down, supervision of the vocational edit editJamaica
Jamaica editJamaica wey, here Osearqiim- cation' programs, in theAtepublic 1
merstein 400111nrover lyrics for of Panama, because it COVen a
the next R and II, musicel,, the one study of the,' purPosear Organic& 4
about the Trapp 'amity.. seer don and administration' of ; you'.
carries a olio board down to the tional schools, and alio an analys analysbeach
beach analysbeach and doodles vith rhymes is of related problems as they per.1
while soaking up the tropic,a1 son- tain to the curriculum and to the
shine. . 'Lawrence Tiernty has supervision of vocationsl educe educeswitched
switched educeswitched to a Vest Coast branch tion. ., ,:, .r . -:
of AA because he hopes to make Those Interested in enrolling for 4;
a comeback in the 'movies. the course may do so et any time 1
, Man Ladd Jr., who decided to during this -week's-the Mee of 41,
become an ;agent inatead of an admissions at the IlniVersity Ad- I
actor,. Is taking Mort than a pro- ministration Building.,,, ..''. ,,,,
fessional.interest in actress Doro- Rankin, is head' of the" detpart- .i
thy ProvineProfound- pronounce- anent of trade and Industrial edu- ."
mcnt from Richard BOrtont ,"IrOu cation,of t,he School of,Education; I
can never4 become a leally- big Florida State University, at Tal TalHollywood
Hollywood TalHollywood itar and do' -plays as lahaueer Florida. ..,, ., '4:4 I
well, If you want to be ,a' Holly- ; An, authority in the licid-'ot vcs
wood star you'vg got to stay in cational education, he holds a ma-, f,
Hollywood. But I couldn't rd chanical engineering diploma from '1
much rather be.'classed alongside the Drexel Institute of TechnologY fi,
the blichael Redgraves' than the in Philadelphia,' and a Bachelor of t
Rock Hudsons.". (Aside from this Sdince degree froni PennyslvanW,
I.
corner: -And,4 then -, there's Tony State University.- He 'he' beet;
Perkins, ,who taw do plays and be granted both the Master's and the )
a Hollywood, star and is bigger, Doctor of Philosophy degrees from .'ll
than all of them put together.). k the University, of Pennsylvania, f
, A, ,,,' ---i---;- and from 1946' to 1913,, ',as an 111. te
Jockey CO McCrtery is dating sociate professor of vocational e- 1
his ex-wife,4Iorma ...-., Jane MO& ducation there. Sinte ,Bentember. t
tan's tact' at the Persian Room 1933,. be las been ii -professor of f
(She opent-April '21) 'will feature education. and head -of the depart- 1
two new songs by Gilbert Beeend ment Of' industrial.vocational edu- i
who wrote'ber bir Itit"..ITho DAY cation'in .the School of Education ,t!
the RaimrCanie in 12 ,minutes ar Florida State University. -, 1,
. She .1tobert-: Morse pilot film Nankin is 110 stranger ',t0' ICA
for "Confessions of Willie' was programs. During the summers of 41
Previewed last week at a 42d St, ion and 1917, he' taultht at tho '1,
theatre 'and ger' rots 'of laughs.. Unieersitv-Of Tama; Plorids. In 41.,
The serier will' be shot in New, the training Orogram',4dablished .. i
York so its star can rontinue t'i for vocational education:professors ,,,of
pursue big Ceres, OD the ,, Broad-I from 'Cuba. -', ''' '''.. - I
way, stageAround Blversit-e ..,sf- Ho Sho Conducte4 seeddltiOnal I
ords4ber:r0OtcqeCiihiii'Cr., ,1 training program for' the 110d-Ellt. ki
bum recorded. at Thelotilus lish speakieg nrofcsors in -nibs,. 11
Monk's, memorable lovii,,,, k..i ii, I ono oos.,,,,k.-- A,..,..- .1.44.---, ,, 'It 1
Concer especially the-bit, banil evaluation, contmItte, of the Ca. 1
version ,Of his 'famous tune, A'Llt-! an teacher education program. : ,!.'1,
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; ''.'.:'Bool sults. Also our punctual 'tallor'Shop .,,' 4
'',: It at, your disposition. ,,... i, ,, , -,' .,
' '0'.'1041 yourself to the well' dresed men. :', ':'
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ry Lane Theatre, IA the manner mannerof
of mannerof Comden end Green.
The ever-colorful romance of
Herb Jeffries 'and Tempest Storm
his just gone through a tornado-'
like episode. Ile called her on the 4.,
long ,distance telephone Ind rais raised
ed raised A terrible fuss because some. ,,
thing had goae wrong with a car
she'd given him...Symphony Sid's
new headquarters will be the Ralf
Note'i the jets club !'On the we.
tertront"Sinct, the polies start. 4i
ed rounding upHarlemtgamblers
with -big ,bankrolls, ihose tot I --
the net yet hive changed their
spending hehttai They stash their
big hinatnlit. in flat
Era the-stretta tarrying nti
morethan'. tvp) -111bwa: tokens 1.-11
and,50 tents.

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'Srds of, rental paymenls for, m'eint,
'berst:' offites in theirihome -dis-,
$ome, 'Of tlitOnoney
,congresirine,
;bele. relativelk,;.,besiness ass9,ek'
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GEORGE E.' STRINGFELLOW, of East Orange.' N.T.; Imperial Potentate,' Nobles of the Mystic'
Shrine called on- Gov. 'Vt.' E.,,Potter during la, amnia visit to .the Canal Zone., Left t, right
.Itre John-.A., Eerson, Chief SabbaurAbou,,baa0 -Temple of the Ca,nal Zone: Subert
Potentate,AbouNSaadiTeraplet Stringfellow;$ Potter; Edward 0, Schultz, of Cincinnati, Ohiot
ambassador-at-large,:, shrine ,,Criopled, Children's Hospitals, who. accompanied Stringfellow' to
the Isthmus: .Cieorge F.,,-Thagard, of Long Ileach,, Calif.,' alde to the Imperial Potentate; W11-
liam 11..Dixon, Assistant Itabban, Abousaad,TemPle;. and George P.. Fullmim, recorder, AboU
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'..rhe tont' blidt leSdership
iourse, which as scheduled 'to
, start, ,week at Fort:, Clayton','
,:'' '; 4: has, been :Postponed, to.April 7. -Ail
-.tb tr: adults 44 Interested lattletpatink
''' so :invited -to the Girl 'Scout
..''; 4 Office'. at ','Dlosh16,' Balboa 1S50.
All 'members of :the Canal Zone
Girl :Scout' Council and 'other
ultst who are not Tet Working IA
the 'sprogram are urged to enroll
4 for the' course,"which will lfichide
. six ',sessins, -three houts each,.
twice week.
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The..instruCtions center,,,siound
group,. leadership,, enabling leaders'
. to,enJoy, and understand their' jobs
as-welhas advising' the, girls', to
work, in a democratic partnership.
Includes- program
: planning, troop' government,.-tbe
Scouting,. resOurcea
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, ,,WASIllilatoN, (UPI) ',--- Air
', it. rerce researchers' are develoriaig
, a 4 gadget ',like .a .siphen. ,bottle to
yo';', ,: enable weightless, Inace,,, travelers'
.4o to,- 4",shoot", themselves around in.
s.: side ,or-'otitside their vocket ships
just, like their:,,science fiction' pre preik
ik preik .'' decessors,,,bave;,:.been doing for
, ''' year&-.), y ,,,-., ',-,,,,,,) ,'',, ,-,
i Actual expirimenti with' the'.-dei
,, 4ietZeglied ,11 reactor, Vitt'? have
", been,,conduCted tinder, weightlessl
.1 ,' conditiona.,, ,'' Thes ero conditions
,, are created' by diving, a A' el,314
I' planeIlrom, 12,000 feet at a ,sharp
'' Ingle ,until it reaches' n sPeed. of
0 11,54,, mks .' an, hour..., , -.,-., a
, The plane-. then NILS ';eut an&
ii ,, toasts in'ilt, arc, during, ,whirh .4tP,
'-':. end ;,,everythilig :Ansi& ,'"becomes
' r,-"flboeto.,, Ir., 10": al. IA ezeor,is,
a'''' 'Se siphon 'bottle' rig, Is ,heing cle-1
-,. ; , veloued4'atAright Air i' ,pevelop ,pevelop.
. ,pevelop. v. pent tenter,,',paytonn ,gduo,,, ,
,' p Th'e'reaCtor L gint, ,consisiing,,t of
a package of bigh ,,o pressure, sir
bottles and a short length, of hose hosesd.
sd. hosesd. with ,i1 o z al e' ',,and, ',.,velven',,,:,iti
stip tined to the space traveler's
, back,. The' spage-suited., yoyag
i fir, points the nozzle in i the' 'opposite
,' direction froM the way he, wants
,a41 ,, to ne :am 'presses'. the 'handle,
eri
, 4, :. 41Thot ,reaction of 'the high-nrin,-
, pi' il mire sir rolling out ,of ,the. nozzle.,
I n,,, prcivides sufficient force zto.foronel i
r the -lop .froM one point to an an',
', an', t,f ,, ;otber.',, the ,Air,Foree aalit.' ,
i Without ,' o propelling deviee:'
h. It Falk,. "the weightless ,, imace
,, Vovitc,,,er l'inda it very, difficult to
,, pr .'lcontroF, his, movements., Since he,
,, r, bi -weiplitletet., the: slightest effort
0:,, or motion, will tent:: to propel blm
r.:,','. in the 'direction oppOsito,to the nio nio,
, nio, uh. ,,,933?- 'using' a reactor gun; !Via
,',"-, ;believed that he- will! have cam,
r , plete control of N lir,. movements
,', ''', 'Imply by 'firing' -the- gun to

Itart,:,Itop, or: chankti.' direilione! ,4panama,'' .!i
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inclining newsmen a it d House
functionaries,',' t'overed 1 the 12
Months ,, ending last fIttne,-:30.. 'rho
'officials :Closee Of ,:,- records last
'iveek '''''''IttiV.' 'late; thinged their
minclk.,:. 1.,'' 4 .' '
itepotteilViOidit',01M spot chech
'Die-huge:0 le' of ytnichers, and, re.
ietatts. 'Here art soine ,. of the
items turned up:
, --Itep.'' Itslph .1, Scott (D-Re,)
'liaiti 1109 :' t Month', ,to his., wife,
Verna,' for 'space. lit his awn law
'Offitee at Danburv; N,,' tC, He -had
'leased 'the office,',,to.'her and then
lented l' heel; at 'government ex'1'-'..-Itett.
Ottti,1;:'PeSsin an (H.14a),
chairman Of the -House', SOreign
aid appropriations Subcommittee,'
filed for $100 a month for space
at the Passman Whole'sale Equip-
ment : Co.. Of. Monroe, La., his
own firm.' ,, : ,,,
:, -1,tep. Richard ICSittipson : ( It-
Pi.);:chahmart of Alto, House 'Re.
pithilean , campaign ',' Committee,'
paid ant $13ra Monthlo his broth.
'er:''Itolrt.: fOr lace: ein ,iy Hunt,
ifigtoll:. ',11.1:130,Td 01' 66. 1. 1'
11' .-lteIS:.' pitigena-o;':,tieogo ( Lp,
'11404i, slietit ': 4a00 -a '-Month for
iitiate'' at -the Flirfie 'address lig the
la flint 'of IlalpernICeough and
St'aohrt, in re Yor ,91ty4- He ili ililetittifiet"lii
letittifiet"lii ililetittifiet"lii -Oil -4 .. i ,
l'Pai,IttRilt A:''sliid piOnf)I-Lii,t1
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family Row Boils
Into'.$615,C30

-Ii'Damages Sought
tLOS' ';''ANG- ETAS 1UPI).-.A., tempesVin4-teapot
'Squabble between
next.- door neighbors 'has boiled
over 'Into thi courts t' in the. form
of lawsuits totaling $675;000.-
YThe Lewis 1' L: Glicks -and the
Hem E. DiLuccas .Marched into
court yeaterdartnied with 'attor 'attornes,''
nes,'' 'attornes,'' .affidVits,. plibtOgraphs and
along ,Irray 'Of What etch family
tonsiderr, grievOut '1 injriet suf.
feredduring thepasfiyear.
' Glick,4'.' a, furniture-dealer, and
Ditucca; --real estate, salesman.
live:next to 4ach Other :in $50,000
homes at neoby, Encino. ,-
1 The ; Gil s 'seek ,,S475,600 dam dam,
, dam, a ges -- for,lnjuries -.Suffered. Some
oft the injuries-thef' listed, as:
.' Tbe,DiLuccat plticed 'a ,pile of
'1.,!tormite ,infestedY,,,, limber near
pear ;the, ,Gliek l'home and ex exoresect
oresect exoresect hope thaCtermites would
!nvade dhe 2hOuse,A A, .,
, The ,,q, DiLuoca I '''.- sprayed their
basement room With a vater hose,
--rhe., DiLuccar Made -malicious
and -profane .,.., statements about
thent, and. also took pictures of
tbem witn 'the, use, nt flpsh bulbs.
:Tiae.',,DiLuctits,;Antheir. $200,000
cpuntee suit,, cbarged..,4.;;,::-: 4 1
-,, 1 Tim ;Glick," torned,laxvir,sPrink:
Airs on theNDiLucetothildren. ,'
, The Alicksiforce&nmciouri fumes
front7, thtir .,rat late the. DiLucca
home.,:' -', .' ka,,,,NitV ',.Y -:,,
., me.,i'Glicks ,swore.tat ,',the, Di-'
Luccas, blocked their, driveway
with,,,,t110r,.' cat', andl4frse:"!Glipk
J1,1;,fly-',1.; 4 IAzet .,t :NI 4 P.',! '
1 ;1..4 Iv:,i-lt . :' i f '''t ::',:: :-
AlleekirDgMa 1)4-, 1, 'I',,''''
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'. A Weekly 'drama 'Otiss' for, be-;
&nerd' svM'tet' under tway next
Tuesday, at the, Balboa AMC-MB,
ti tooperation ,with the' ,..', Theatre
kqhe course Is designed- for would wouldbe
be wouldbe aitors. or for those I who. want
whatAnakes a play. The emohasit
will by ,on the fundamentals ., of
dramaturgy: including, stage move movement.
ment. movement. voice. play (treading and con.
eluding with a .,,one4et 'play., ,,,,
'fr The.,insttuetor will be'Leon Wor Worcester,
cester, Worcester, -mho. hat directed ,and act-,
ed in many plays for the 'Theatre
Guild and Tither 'groups.,,, ,, ',. :,1
: The cies will be oven' to serv servicemen'
icemen' servicemen' and their familler as well
as residents Id the Canal Zone, and

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submitted' a $90 a month bill for
Center tn. tne sttuabble?
The Glicki, contended they Mud
beck three feet 'onto ,the piLuer,a
property ,to get their' Car AatO thit
garage, but ; the BiLticcita have
built a, fence, ,wftich Abe Glicks
claire makes it, very' difficult to
maneuver their car. ,,
space in,4' Bower sliop at 'Ville
Platte, La.. Mrs. Catherine '14.
Thompsn, his sister-in:law,, owns
the building.'
--Rev Joel T.' nroghill
whose distri6t Is'right 'across the
river from 'Washington,. filed lot
$100 a month tor apace owned 'by
M. T. Broyhill it Sons' Corp.
Rep. Michael J. Feighan (D (DOW())
OW()) (DOW()) aubmitted bills of $100 a
month lot space in law offices
owned by himself 'and his, broth brothOrs'
Ors' brothOrs' at Cleveland.
RepWatkins M. Abbitt (D (DVa.)
Va.) (DVa.) paid $75 'a, month, for space
at Appomatto0 Va. His-brother,
George Abbitt'Jr.t got the -checka.
--Rep. ; Stuyvesant' Wainright
(R-N.Y.) billed-1' the" goVernment
for space at 4aw' office in
Huntington,, ItY4 4 -
...Former Rep.13sivid Dennison
(R-Ohio) paid $100 a 'month in
government. money ,to ,his wife.
Margaret, for office space in their
-own:borne 4..at retro'. ghio.
.1---Rep.' Ilitumtia m.(1l-P a. )
spent $85 a month for office
space' lental s' building which
he QSMS Harrisburg, Pa., Mum Mumma
ma Mumma said three Teal estate- Inelrl
told him the space was actually
wortht $20 a month 'more.:
, Rep, Vaughn Cary (D-Va.)
paid $100 a Month, tor pffice space
in the;, law' 1 pt Altiorm ake.
Gary, 'Godelen I Blackwell,- in
Richmond. Vae,Gary ti; "non,
particinatingl'ilOartnen 11114 t 0
firrn. driwing no income:
Rep,, W. Pat Jennings (D (DVa.)
Va.) (DVa.) paid himself $100 a month
in government money for office
since- in an' old building in Mari Marion,.
on,. Marion,. Va., which be bought and
fixed, up'. -He wee the first ten a nt.
Ren. F.' Bliteh' GO
submitted a, bill 'of' $100' a month
to cover the, rental of "official ;of ;office
fice ;office Space" in heriteme town of
Homerville;1' Ga. ;

'Fount; 1.Texas- Ranger
Right
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AMARILLO, Tor.' (UPI)-4Incte
John' Graves,. 82, lbbles when he
walks,2, but he hasn't lost tit touch
with a shooting iro. shot
down. an escaping prisoner:Just Ss
he 'might 'have :tione- years,: ago as
a, tough Texas :Ranger., ,":,
Dlaward' 'MeCainpbell
Jr4,- 32,year-old :Near:0; bolted' ant
the front- dobr the! cOuithouse
yesterday when' Uncle John 'a. bail,
iff,, was taking blinjo' ail to start
serving -av,1.0,year sentence for
theft,
The gnarled old, lawman eabtf.,
ly asked ,,a courthouse bystander
to,step aside,' yelled twice for ;de.
mpbell,.to stop,,Ithen drew. his
.32,c a liner .revolver tend ,s,shot,',.
theishoulderp Belet Atte 'Negro
get 50 'yards hecross.qhf l!dourt..
house lawn be, lore he
hit ,hinv within two .inches, of
where I,wanted,,to,!. Uncle lohn
said. .."I Jtist wanted to.: wing
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Lait year, when Uncle.John
ebrated hist.55th (year, as le peace
officer,. 'he remarked the golden
rule will get -yotEby lots,nttirufl
when a eix-sheoter
,, But he 'has -had to-use Ids gun
many times. He joined.: the v Texa s
Rangers end- ,, belped. tame: the
West during, the. wild:days along
Texas border.,,,.
"I've been shot at thouiands 'of
times..4, he, saps, but he has: oni3i
been Owounded once. '' 'That was
Iduring4 a blatint,,, gunhattle with
border smugglers.
, Uncle:. John .; want stationed at
Laredo and cornered,. 20, Mexican
smugglers., During the. gun tattle,
he' killed two of the smugglers
and vas shot' himself. 'He tarried
the slut in J-his body. for years.
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Marcia Adolfo Molina, assistant Foreign Investment Committee of
manager of theylanco Nacional, the -Investment Bankers Associa Associadeparted
departed Associadeparted for 'the United States tion of America. ''. i 4-:--,- -- 4,r -1
and Puerto Rico to participate in From there, back to his start starta
a starta program on "Formation and ing point, Washington, D.C. for
Flow of Capital," sponsored and visits to the Waahington Interna Internaprepared
prepared Internaprepared by the International Co- tional Center, the U.S. Federal
operation Administration (ICA), Reserve' System, the Bureau of
better known to Panamanians as Labor Statistics, Ilepartmerft of
Point Four. ,, -, Labor,- the International Mone MoneThis
This MoneThis will, be ',,the' third multi, tary Fiaid, the International Bank
country study 'on ;;,this aubject for -Recon ction and Develop Developconducted
conducted Developconducted by, ICA.,, , 't. '.- ment, the reiu of the Budget,
During the sie weeks the pro- the Export-I port 'lank of Wash Washsiii
siii Washsiii gram lasts, Molina will have the ington. and', finally, a meeting
opportunity of, learning about with members of the Council of'
such important aspects of finance Economic Advisors to the Presi Presias
as Presias fliobilization '- of Savings," dent. ,
'Taxation and its Relation to the
National Budget," "The National
Debt in Relation tO the American HRomb Proletors
Economy,' "Grovernment Assist- r
ance to &nail Business," The Or- j
ganization rand Functions Of the am Leiden' Square
International Bank for Recon-
itructions :, and Development" Aft 1 11
'"Budget Planning," "Origin, Fune- er on; T arch
tions, Policies and-Operations of
the Export-Impott Bank of Wash- ,, '- 4,,
ington.". ,i LONDON. April 1 (UPI) The
, The., program will 'also permit biggest vrganized demonstration in
Mm to visit different North A. London in living memory took
merican cities and to leant the place yesterday, when more than
opration of some of the principal 15,000 "ban the 11-bomb" marchers
banking and financial institutions trooped into Trafalgar, Square to
11,3 the United States. the cheere of sympathizers and the
In Washington, D.C., he win moaic of a half-dozen amateur
visit'.,the ,, Department of Com- bands. P
merca and the U.S. Treasury Tha Govan-mild) enitimn will the

V011 100 VePar11000I 01 1-0111 bands
merce and the l-T.S. Treasury P
Department the. Housing end lim
The. seven-mile column was the
Home Finance Agency, e ax of a four-day march from
Small Business : Adminls
atrndoitho: the British nuclear weapons estab estabFrom
From estabFrom there he will, go to New lishment at Aldermaston, 53 miles
away by road.
York, where lui will visit the Leh- Even officials of the- campaign
man Corporation, the New York for nuclear disarmament, which
Stock Exchange, the New York
tAlft Insurance Company, W, R. organized the protest march, were
Grace and Co., and the Chase astounded by the big turn-out on
final day.
Manhattan Bank, From New York the
MX Will gm t Trenton,' New Jen. Police were unprepared for the
sey, and later on, to Harrisburg, long- procession winding through
Pennsylvania, where he will vie. the heart of the capital, and the
it the Pennsylvania Department traffic jams of tolidaVmakers,re tolidaVmakers,reof
of tolidaVmakers,reof Commerce., turning from the coast were made4
, The Commonwealth of Puerto worse than ever.
Rico will be the next stop on Ms A copy of the-campaign's nineitinerary-
He will spend four Point charter for nuclear disarma disarmadays,
days, disarmadays, April 20 to 24, in San Juan, ment was delivered to'Prime Min Min.,before
.,before Min.,before returning to the continen- ister Harold Macmillan's official
tat United States for a viit to, residence at No. 10 Downing
the. Milwaukee Investment Co., Street, and to Lambeth palace for
in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the the Archbishop of Canterblry.

Teachers At Gary, Ind., Desert
Classrooms, Set Up Pickit alms

Gift, Ind. MIL Teachers
deserted their classrooms and se,
up picket lines yesterday at seven
publi schOols attended by MOO
children- ,L
Only halt of the students turned
up for classes. They had to walk
past their own teachers, many At
them tarrying strike 'placards
and some exhorting tilt children
to stay...home. ,Iso
, State, police kept; wittchful ey'S
firt l,ths strikebOund Calumet TwP.'
schools. They reported no vio violence.
lence. violence. ,
,,,(11 but 30 of the 130 teachers
in the,- system went' on strike in
protest, against school board pol poltcY,
tcY, poltcY, 0M working hours, transfers,
salitriet,'; sickness and school
rules.
School 1,Superintendent Earl 3.
Schuur Ivarned the strikers that
they could lose their state li licenses.
censes. licenses. Ile said classes would
continue, iteven if he had to re recruit
cruit recruit mothers to do the job.
BM only, a few classes were
held anti -one of the schools, the
township lunior high school, sent
its students ,home at noon be because
cause because of ;lack of teachers.
'At other k schools the skeleton
staff of teachers 'tried to round

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k LOS ANGELES (U I)---Scotty
Beckett, troubled former. child
movie star was jailed yesterday
for misdemeanor drunk driving
despite his pleas with officers
that his arrest would spoil a
"big deal" for him.
1,Bnckett, 29,bwho appeared in
"Out"- Gang" Movies and other
films, was taken' into custody
early yesterday in West Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, Beckett was 'arraigned in Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal COurt. Judge Leo Freund
continued his plea until April 15
at the request of attorney Rex Rexford
ford Rexford Eagan and'. &tiered (Beckett
held when the actor was unable
td pbst bond. 41
"'Attesting offliett Dale. Leffler
and James Elugh laid Beckett
was without money or. identifi identification
cation identification when, arrested. He plead pleaded
ed pleaded with them to let him go free
rather than spoil. a "big deal."
He explained that he had been
to a friend's house whern he
drank four beers. 1
Beckett has had several ma mains
ins mains "'IF1th- police tecent years.,
Oake Feb. '11, 1957,4,Beckett
arrested on suspicion of taking
dangerous drugs- acrss the
Mexico border.
Beckett also was arrested in
1954 on a bad check charge. He
wgs placed 4n three years ,prO ,prObation
bation ,prObation that same year for carry'-
ing a concealed weapon.

rAISONERS A$CAPE;:' 7'
'4ONDOisi MK') Two prlson-'
ers ,,,,, escaped ; from, Wormwood
Scrubs Trim last bight ,, durs
inv at special' perfortnance of
Agatha Christie's "Mouse TrapM
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up the students ln study ,halls.
Many of the children 'wandered
aimlessly through the school cor corridors
ridors corridors with nothing to do.
As five students left the high
school, one of their strildng teach.'
ers shouted. to them "I'm glad
you hadrthe guts to walk out."
A student shouted back "the
Union should be recOgnized."
-,Many- oft the litents"tyblY
toMpanled their childrin to' Scho4
expressed sympathy for the seek seekers.
ers. seekers. One, Stanley Ir or ch t, said
"teacher morale has been 'slowly
dropping. How can they expect a
teacher to teach under theSe COn COnditions"
ditions" COnditions" Some of the children said their
teachers had passed 'out handbills
addressed to the' pirent urging
them not to seild their young youngsters
sters youngsters to school.' ...-
The strikers are niembers of
Calumet Twp. Teachers Federa Federation,
tion, Federation, associated with the AFL AFLCIO.
CIO. AFLCIO. Their president, T h o m-a
Dalton, said the school board had
refused to recognize the union
and was trying to pressure the
teacheri into styling new con,-

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tracts.
Schuur said "not once has the
union asked for a meeting this
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, ., eoursW which'. was acnedutea -to ley firm' Of lialeern,,Teough and government,'money4,,to ,itis wife, thr"gm earryint a t r 1 k 0 'placards A student shouted back "the i So4,,,, .. ,,f,
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.; : start, -Oil,' ',week at r-lforV- Clayton; SVIohri in FeW,r,Yor Sityi,He 1," Margaret, ter, office, speee in t,heir ; ,44- 41 ,. '.,-4 ,2 ,.
and- some ex orting On children union should be recognized."
'' AP -- ,,,Many- of4the litents4-WhO' aq r 1 lpfg:" ti4 ,, A. ft. 11-1-,' loiliw 'tiuedd-"'IriNg' mm.l''''F,',1:,,,. ',.!','''''11:';-,'Z''7''' ' '' I:' ''' 1111 1 !!. :' -.: :1' ICI
,' .; hat, been 'Postponed, toApril 'I. All setertheir'itillt,,e, fir .. I , otiOome.at ranee. gin,
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"t's:adtate,4111toreided'in loattdPoting 11'1'.44tiRl't k:4'The OS4, ,f)1-La. --Rep;' Wiliter-Mitnini a ...(1t-P a.) tg, st41,-Y-hrA-e-
te police kept-trwetchful eie tOmpanled "their childrin to' itcho4 3") '21" 1 .9 '4' -Jo ,..., -, s.- :- -1,-, ",--, as cone de lo cam wed rt. ,.1,, ,,. ,.: .,.,.
').;su-itre,Anyited -toa cldl thedirt ',Scout ,.. ,.. -.. -, s' spent $85 a month for office 1,Sta
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en !,,the strikebOund Calumet 'rwP.' expressed sympathy for the strik- o t N iclos, psflocha.ro -? .. .3
'-'; 4. Office at ,' Di,abl,- Balboa '1350., family, Rovrioliv
),, space' rental In a uilding which --s-nolit The-y' 'reported 4 no Via; ers. One, Stanley Ir o r c h t, '- said ,, me e a debe Per m i ,'
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lence.. ,) .,, "teacher morale has been 'slowly wr ., ', ,, .. no
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-' Girl:Scout Council and 'other 'ad- .' :.;;,. .- , , s ,,, ..,.. ,,,,..; mit said.. t eat estate- Merl .,
, ;,14111;tut :30', of the 150 teachers dropping. How can they expect a oe se trete de unit inedvettencle i; i '' ' k
told, him, the spice was actually
Ito tecottlerselo y Marie . '.
'4.. ults,, who are- not yet' Working ,,hi hit $615 030' ' in the- system went' on strike in teacher to teach under these COO- 6 ii117,... to eue me Perm
,) : the 's program are urged to, enroll 1H . , ,. wort. 20 0( month nnere : ;
--.. $ - rotest,against school board 'pol- ditions" do. to first's Oos
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cr, om working hours, transfers, Some of the 'children said their It nit envie su dNectut ,
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' BiX seasins, --three 'hours each,. paid $1.00 a ?torah for Itifice space
saleriet,e) s i c k n e s is' and school teachers had passed 'out bftodbills t 1 ,-, t.' ' -7,-," -1f,-. ' i' 'll" ,i "'''' i at sirviindole.. i
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In 'Damages Sought
In thO,IlawAllitTfi Prizertmake rules. its cont nu ie
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- work in a democratic ,partnership. of lawsuits totaling $675i0,00-- Va.) paid biniself $100 a heree to doe the Job. CIO: Their president T heo -a a .'
)-miaothe cru.coBnititnmuoen170,iitev if b had to : re- tion associated with th AFL- ',,
,The,',..staterial, includes-, program ;The' Lewis I'L:".' Glicks -and the in government .menev for offie as few classes were Dalton, said the schok boarrhad ', ,, ,
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'A, activities.'sr, .. t;,-, ,.,,,, ,,,, ,,, nerf.,",',iffidtoits,. pitotegrapha and fixeditn.,-116 wag:mi. first Jenant township Aunior high 'school, sent and was trying to pressure the 4
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4 val '... '. ''' '''' a6 A ', -4 W tonsiderr, grietodut. '1 mhtriet suf. cause of 'lick 'of teachers tracts
submitted 'it; bill 'of '$100: a month ' i ', h ' .
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'.. Air ite'clftr L ',At other oschools., the ske eton ,Schuur said 'not once ,as the -,
ataff of teachers, tried to round union asked for a Meeting thin .s' ,e,, A-, i .14I 4
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s,,., 411Rdt Itik0 All live:next to .each Other :in $80,000 ,, , ... rAts...mat. .., At.w..., tialid '14-A---1,, I with the union." , ) P.D.,.aiirivr,S1 ya 4,......,,.... jorro",!.me ha, envied:so 'Cheque,
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,,, to--"shoot",-, themselves around s m- The :;-1. DiLuccae ',sprayed their AMARILLO'. Tett.'' (UPII-4--unele) ;) LOS ANGELES (U I1,---pcotty .
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1, side '-or"-'otitside their 'locket. ships basement room with nwater hose., W ,:,
John' Graves,. 82, lebbles 'when', he Beckett, troubled ; former.. child taehed to service bills :of. rustomers.' who -6, :,,,,,,,,...,,,. ,::::
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decessorabave;:heen ,' doing for and .-protane -.,, statements about with -a hooting iron li "' shot 'for 'misdemeanor ., drunk driving cilia ,Kss, ..z4:s '
. Tearg.(:', ', i, '-,.,,,,,..,i..0,,-, ,- ; -,,. ,, .,-,,,. them: on& &ISO, took -pictures of hae unpaid accounts 60 days okl.', ,,,m,. -,,,::.;I:-- .,,., ...
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' ASttlitt eXPefinlCiltB
with thb::.dei, them, with-'the 'tare flpsh bulbs., down. an escaping prisoner Just' as
he 'might 'have done- years.; ego as despite his pleas with.. officers
that his- nrrest would spoil a P i ' t---, ,i-, ''Y N :, 11'.' ,",..''','' 't ,WW.;$:::,-;4644k,i,Wft'W,Wsio:;-- '' ,:4i:;;;.-ti' 1
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tice4called ,01 reactor, guo, have :.!1'he.),DiLuccits,;intheir. $200,000
reminder' that t ealaiunt is
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" tseen,,cooducte tioder we,ightless eounter suit;,,. charged:4 .,,;,:-.: 4, .., s, ,
a, tough. ,Texa s'"Ritager., ,,.,'; ,',1A
Hamilton, Dlaward 'MCCatimbell :
"big"Aear'' for him. ,
1,Be,ckett, 29, orivho appeared in M
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-,, "tonditions.,,..., T Ire s e,s, lionditions -,,,,,,The.Abcka turned. lawn ,sprink Jti-,,-, 32-year-old :Negro, bolted' bitt "Our,,,, Gang."-,, Movies; and other , ,- .., , -, ,, ,, over,olue an ,, a; serrce, mity..,be 'sus-
' irecreated7sby,:divings a ,',C131.,18 Ors' on -thei,,DiLuccarehildren. ",'' '..., Edli l C ''
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p..- plane4ront, 12.000 feet. at a,ritarp ,,-The .G c siforcednmciouilunies the. front-' drior7ot. the ceuithouse films, was taken',into custody
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yesterday when' Uncle .John 'a bail- early yesterday. in West Los An- frangipani St ','' , :, pended ,without hitt:het ocitiee;'
,, angle'.vn,sil-it reaches- a' speed- of frosts". lilti.V.car, Into tbe,.r4urca
iff was taking hinOty ail to start geles, , ,
11,5fit toilet '' a heur -'. -t- Ine'", '"'''''''t"'" ' '' serving ':,'4a, '10year ',sentence : for Beckett was arraigned in Mu- s C. Z. SZ,075 If you should receive' a notice of this 1
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The,:ipteile..then oulli ',Mit and' 'r 41116,t Gnat! 'Iwore,,,,at ,'sthe Di-' theft., ,,;s,,.., .:. ,, ., ,,. ..,,,, ; nicipal COurt. Judge Leo Freund
'''',;" Coasts:: in' -alt,' are."' during; .which,:k tuects,- blocked ,. their, ...clrivewa ,
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-.I ,' on '-q ,, ,., ., I T 11,,,,,,.' ,, ., ly asked,,,a courthouse. bys
, The. gnarled oldlaymian caltif- continued his plea until April 15
Under at the "request -of attorney Rex- ' nature from K-Listo Kilovatio, please pay
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The.slohoo. bottle thils,,silig ogo- -.--1,14 tep iside,,),yelled twice for Mc- ford Eagan and, tittered ;Beckett , ''
ur bill pmmptly to avoid inconveniences
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..i. Th'e.reaetor, gim.'.."Ansirting-,1 ,,',OT.:',;' s,,,,, ,,, 1.'1),' )4 '' os t rity, 1 i. get:. 50 Yards hdicrostrothf, l!tiourt- 'aid -lathes 'thigh :cald Beckett , . ,- , ,- ; , ,, , :I'
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direction froth, the way he wants '- A meekly drama Oars for:, be- ebrated his...55th wear-41;a peace drank four beers. ,' .1 ,t0,111911M ?. : i it n 0 II P M E II 1 ': F 1771111gITZ)
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ft, o, v.- ,41The reaction of 'the '',Shigh-pres- Tueaday. at the,,Ealboa IUSO-JWB, rule will et ,Ipts.,by lots,of ,fimes instvith, police' in,',recent ) years. i,li .01. KA s; , I;4.,4' Samos Parte dela-. tamoaidattlat Servimar
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many' times.. He Joined: the, Texa s dangerotu drugs, acrss, the II.4,. -',!.t 0,--ot, ., ','"' 1:ft f.f --41t '' '. - -'1.,'4..0.e.-1". :' - 8
't;,,,, ;other.'Alie 41r,,, Force salit.'' ; be"' 'actors,. or for those, whitwant Rangers. and- helped.... tame '' the Mexico'. border.. -, -.., ;!,o,),'', ))44'1"'f-, : C3 ''',' f,$);.!,', '. 1 4',1 fl
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11 ''- It ':','"said,',,) "the, ; weightless,- soace will be ,on the fundamentali-",, of t'af. ' ' ' frittIPL it ''' 1: ' 41 '))4f,- VA' ' t, ' 4 -1."
Texas., border., ''',),. ,, '' 1954 ott a bad check charge.; He, ,.. ,,,, ogy ,,,,,.,- ,,,-,,, 1 ,Iiiimeemnoteiplii,,,i2ememeretiyi s
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?)" .'leontroV, bit,4,,Movementa 'Since he ,ment. voice. ',play reading and con- times,", he, saps,' but he hat onl3i bation that same year for carr3 0-- ' ,1:. 1
fr,' '14 Nvel phtletet,, 'the slightest effort, ,chmling with a 'one-act ; olaY,,L,- 4, been Owounded- oncc)" That:, was ins a concealed weapon. )t-';',",,:"' ,...--, .. 10;,,4,;,,r..-0-, I ,''' ,.., ,,
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will be oven ta serv- smugglers., During the- gun -battle, ers 4,, entered ; from, ,, Wormwood '. ,..,,,, '4,,,,,,, '. ,,,-,,,,,,,,F .. 1, ,',', a lac,' 00., -A 41.; ski
0,1, i Vete 'control .of.Nitit-rmovements icemen' and their families- as well he', killed' two of the smugglers Scntbs Trisan. ,, last Vbight ,, dun- '40 '''' ' '"''''4-4. I ,.; , ..A. 4141641 0- a 44 ,4 ... .
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It '''' ',siminly by Llfiring' ; -the. gun to 'as residents 4of On Canal Zone and a'nd was shot' himself. 'He carried ing,, a special perfortnance 4,..o ,s , .,,,..,,-,, ..,, , - -,-.44, ,, -, -
ss ,-.'o, ; etart,.". stop,, or change directionet ,-,Panama,,- '";, ,, ,:,,,,, .. ,, ',.. ''',,,, :" : .-' the sturin Aix body. for years. Agatha -..Christie's "Moune .1)-ap.. , .. - - ..
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manager of the.,Banco Nacional, the -Investment Bankers Assocta- ,:: ,
departed -,' for ,the United States tion of America.'', i : t ..:
and. Puerto Rico to participate in From there, back -to, his start:: ::
: a program on --"Formation and int.pohit, Washington, D.C. for
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4 -,-,'.-,,,. GEORGE E."'STItINGFELLOW,, of klast, Orange. N..14'. Imperial Potentate,, N,obles of the Mysuct ',Budget Planning, "Origin, Func.- TE 'REy.' IL 'LIVING, ss ons secre ary, e C urc o ana an -, -, ...
Afferlong. Match ir "Alvf- iTtfilgItil 'Cy ' t ''Th h li f Gticl P.' Ini treOetS '' 1
:.':?-'.',. Shrine.... called,on- Gov..11. L.,Potter during hilLamiutti visit 'to .the Canal Zone., Left ,t6;, right ; lions, Policies and-Operations of ,,.
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18 i-7,,,-4:, Potentate, Abott 4itaad,,Templet -Stringfellow;,, ,Potter; :-Edward 0, Schultz, of Cincinnati, Ohl in tom". ;. ,-; ', - - LONDON. April I ..
the ExPert-ImPort,Banli of Wash. ,,' t., ',4,,
(up') The ,x orb' Wick' perade ground- Itt the background, from -left to right are Col. Cecil IlitTleC VB. :::. '1
Army..; Atlantic, commander; Mrs.. Shirley Smit 11, soloist and Maj., Carroll G., Chaphe,' frroutt,,,...., ,,, ,
.. aanbassadorat,latge,o, 'Thrive ,Cripple,d, Children's Hospitals,. !who.- accompanied Stringfellow- to --... !--.., -,
, !la, program will also perinit. biggest 'organized demonstration jn
al-- '',.- the Isthmuc,20eorge 11.-Thagard, of Long liteaclu Calif.i' alde -to the Imperial., potentate; .W11- .,.
'um to visit ,-different North A. Londcin in living memory took chaPlairly-src't-'aulikk-',. -., -. : (U.S." Army Photo) -.....,,., ,
, k. Mani 11.Dixoni. Assistant Itabban, Abou Saad ToMPle; and George 'P., Tullman,- recorder", AboU
. merican cities and 'to- learn the place -yesterday, when more than ,. ,', i,-.- '' -!'- -, 11
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0 i : ; -. : ..' i 1' 4 : - ... : k : banking and 'financial institutions trooped into' Trafalgar Square to c , -, ,, ,' s, ,, , , .
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- ': ,WaSIDITGTON.t turl) -, The, inquiring newsinen a n d nouse stibinitted' s .$90 a month Anil ler, 6c organized the protest march, were 5 .li imi sl 0
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. Life 'Insurance 'Company, W, R. astounded by the big turn-out on .., 1 .;-- ,- ..,,, . ,;., ... at .,.
-.." trds of,-rental paymeniii for, Mem'. 'Months', 'ending .last,Jime.20. The The Glicki,-contended they' MUIR
-I Grace- and -Co., and the Chase the final day. os ,, oi oea ,,I, sl, ,,
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Police were unprepared for the ,,,,,, ,, Ro, ezl, 0 is- :':'-f,' WI 0'. ,,, '
! 8 '-'ef-lbe,nioney- :went eek,,:''',4,bur lateeI',Ahanited, their. propertY,,,to, get their Cart,,into the,
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fl' c-c i4hav Pennsylvania, where he will via- r.i) vs' 0
the heart 'of the capital, and the c 0,4 0, , .. ,,
' '' 1.- ; lime; relative,,,,sbrisinesa aSsycl- it?otteri,.eiall',01ilY spelt, checit built it, fene,e, ,w ich ,-;,the olicks traffic jams of holidaVmakers,re-, ril ,..,, heo twi Pia )
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turning from the coast were made iolr . ;1,1 , i ;
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'", et'. ':-;',6' Sioo,' al Mentb to.. rent office items, turned up: ' space' in: a' Dower shop at 'Ville The Commonwealth of Puerto worse than ever.
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Barnard College received $70,-
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University of Chicago, 2,400,000; 1
Claremont Graduate School, $425,-1
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George Peabody College for 1
Teachers, $600,000; Harvard Uni University,
versity, University, $2,800,000; Stanford Uni UniNersity,
Nersity, UniNersity, $900,000; and University
of 'Wisconsin, $625,000.
The foundation also announced
the award of grants totaling $740,-
800 to support experiments in un unde,rgraduate
de,rgraduate unde,rgraduate college education.
The grants went to Austin Col College
lege College Sherman, Tex., $230,800;
Goddard College, Palinfield, Vt.,
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KNOICVILLg, Tenn. Henry
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waiian Hawaiian voters to send two Repub Republican
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VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
John XIII will receive more'
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dience audience tomorrow mornihg. The
Negroes from 33 nations and at attending
tending attending a congress here onnNegro
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.Divorcee
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murder of a married business ex executive
ecutive executive who left her alter 15-
year romance, after the selection
of an all-male, all-husband jury to
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NEW DELHI, India (UPI)In
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LAWRENCEVILLE, Va. (UPI),
A mass funeral Will be held'
today for seven Negro children,
who burned to death. when
fire gutted their home at the Dan
leltown community.
Firemen said an explosion itv
parently ripped the. roof off the
one-stm frame house of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Lewis,. who were at.
tending an Easter sunrise service'
at a nearby church,
Fire Chief L., W. Smithson of
Alberta, Va., said he drove, past
the house about 5 a. m. and
noticed nothing ,unusual but anoth.
er man, La Powers, drove by
some 40 minutes later and said
the 'house "looked like the roof
was blown off."
The Lewises returned to find
their home in fiames and their
children dead. Smithson said a
faulty stove might have canted
the explosion..

Among the crowd who Were welcomed to,thelndustriall sahlblt aboard the hp.
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Ire Mrs. Frances Isc lue,
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Mrs. Elfrisde Nakssato.

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.The Balboa Gun Club Smallbore Rifle Match hel at the Fir Fan
,Range Saturday was the first smallbore -match thi year in which
'enough shooters;, participated to make "possible both, a ,senior and
, junior division.
-,- This was a very satisfactory situation'a sit made it possible for
the esniors to win some prizes, too. -Five Balboa,Gint Club juniors
mido up the junior division and eight senior shooters, including Ar Army,
my, Army, Navvand Balboa. Gun Club shoOtera made up 0senior divi division.
sion. division. ? ,,!. -t ,,L.', 1 z ,J, :- -:... ,, ,.,:, ., ,. ...
-'' 0We4re indebted to Major D. Parsons for bring g 'the Atlantic
side shooters over to get into the act; .. '-,...' : -
' .' The scores for the day were very satisfactory4 pecialli wheal
we take the dry-season wind into consideration. This as a, 50-yard,1
' four position, iron sight match, with 20 shots fired la each position.
The ten ring is approximately 7128" in diameter and l's easy to fire
complete misses. All you do is line up on the ten tin and thewind
;rockayou right off the paper. : : -.., ;
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-'- -,First and second high-gun for the:aggregata foe,. the day were
both junior shooters. Dunk Brown with, 717 was f st,-and'John
'''Turner with a 715 WAN Second. Major Parsons wet high seniorwith
a 711 and Dunk ,Laird, Jr4,,,2nd with a 7030 kligh-gOn &If each position
for the day was as follows:
Prone: D. Parsons (Sr)-197-8x ,,, ,
Shane D Laht, Jr. (Sr)-189-4x
Kneeling: D Brown (Jr)--178-1x
Standing: J, Turner (.1r)-163
The following is a listing of competitors and scorer4
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SENIORS
Name Prone Sitting Kneeling Standing Ag grog ate
Balimer, R. . 170-5x 159-1x 165-1x 136 4, 630-7x
Pearson,R. . 188-6x 165 157 121 ,631-6x
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Woegens, Sr -. 188-4x 177-2x 169 1" '133 ? 667-6x
Stetser, IL . 192-3x 185-21 168 157-2k 702-7x
Metcalf, T. .. 190-6x 163 158 134 '5 640-6x
Parsons, D. . 197-8x 188-2x .175-2a 151 711-12x
Meloy, I. . 187-2x 185-4x 170 160 702-6x
Laird, D. . 192-3x 189-4x 170-11 152-1x 703-9x

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both. oftioials of the- ROall 'and ,:''1: ', '',:,''','1,r2; 1"Ni- '.
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.t"- 'NEW YORK, April 1 (UPI) The Cincinnati
Reds are begitudng to look like those famous 'owin 'owin-
- 'owin- deli breakers of 1957 except that they're also
getthtg the pitching.

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. A' tong-shot National League pen pen-
- pen- tanf 'hot, the Reda have won six
, ,11,. i 'their last seven games scoring
I tots, 'of 35 rune compared to 10
, .,t,
. lor the opposition. They've had
.,
: ,. knit different pitchers go nine in in.
. in. tings and yesterday saw three of
, beir "fringe" pitchers combine in
' i 5-0 shutout of the Philadelphia
- ',,', Pinks.
, In addition, manager Mayo
-. Imith saw Gus Bell blast out two
., tomer' and Ed Bailey hit oneall
t1 Robin Roberti; who staggered
'-'1.., through his second nine-inning job
; If the spring.
Jim O'Toole, the rookie hope of
., tl?m the tang,. Willard Schmidt and Bob
' t Atabg were the pitchero who colla colla',
', colla', --"becated in yesterday's three-hit
' 4- Wit-butsecond in four games for
the Reds. O'Toole, a six-foot left-,
bander who won 20 games for
- -Nashville last season, held the
Mines hitless and walked one in
: four innings. Schmidt yielded a
t. sixth-inning single to Roberts and
! Mahe a double to Jim Hegan and
I a single -to Willie Jones ifi the
1 eigh .0. '
i
B. lriCree of the CMcago White
, : Sox nd Bob Friend of the Pitts Pitts!
! Pitts! burgh Pirates indicated they are
, approaching top form in other sig sig,
, sig, 1 nificant performances.
. Pierce. the White Sox' likely
' t
s epening-day pitcher, yielded five
I hits in seven shutout innings as the
. t Sox topped the St. Louis Cardinals,
1 5-1. The Cardinals scored their on oni
i oni ly run off Bob Shaw when Bill
: White homeredhis third in as
many games since traded by San
; i
, Francisco. General manager Bing
' I Devine blasted the Cardinals after
the game "for carelessness and
,, failure to go all out."
Friend was banged iround for 15
, hits but managed to last the dia dia.,
., dia., t tanee for the first time this spring,
4 as the Pirates downed the Detroit
1 Tigers, 6-5. A ninth-inning run pro

the 1959 championship of the Pa Pa!
! Pa! cific Little League Farm Division
, in no uncertain terms when they
administered an unmerciful lick licking
ing licking of 25 to 1 to the Kiwi Birds.
The stars of ,,the clincher was
Mike Wallace who allowed no hits.
Mike's control was off in the ini
tial inning when three passes to
first base set up the only tally
' the Kiwis scored.
VI Wallace pitching
.ballr-bis teammates racked up 25
runs as Bruce Yuzna and Jim
Williar joined Mike in getting
Ihtett hits each, Every one of the
trio4tollected a double.
0 Me Kiwis used three hurlers, Ni Ni'eta,
'eta, Ni'eta, Yost and Bradshaw, to pot out
'thelire, which eventually es put
out by mother nature in ttae form
, of 4arkness.

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.' -.tacking up ,the chamnionshin,
,11 -tyrncruri qsted dfeit only
once uring the Season. They had
a clean 10 to 0 hcord in the first
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George Montgomery in
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duced by Dick Groat's double and 1
Dam Knutitz's single was the'
margin of Ivictory.ittarethe,13,irates
who art 810,1 fot thetsiAlitiji thetsiAlitijiThe
The thetsiAlitijiThe Kansas City Athletics beat
the New York Yankees, 4-2, the
Baltimore Orioles scored an 11-inning,
9-8 wi nover the Washington
Senators, the Los Angeles Dodgers
whipped the Milwaukee Braves, 9-
2, the Chicago Cubs out-slugged
the Boston Red Sox, 11-6, and the
San Francisco Giants rallied to
beat the Cleveland Indians, 7-5. in
the other exhibition activity.
The Athletics tagged rookie John
Gabler for two runs and three hits
in the ninth and Art HOUtteMan
held the Yankees at bay in their
half of the final frame. Art Ditmar
pitched the first eight innings for
the Yankees and gave up nine hits.
Bbb Nieman, Gus Triandos and
Bobby Avila hit homers and' Roy
Sievers drove in five runs and
belted two homers in the Baltimore-Washington'
slugfest. Nieman
finally broke it upiti the llth when
he singled with the bases filled.
The Dodgers. softened ,A11) Bob
Buhl with-four runs in six innings
and went to town with a live-run
eighth against, Juan,. Joizarro ,to
raise their spring recoed to 11-7
and lower Milwaukee's to 544.
Wally Moon -ledthe Dodgers' it ittack
tack ittack with 3-for-8 and liftect his
spring, averagia ta
John Goryl and Earl Averall
homered and,Ernie Banks knocked
, in two runs to lead a 16-hit Cub ;at ;at'
' ;at' tack ow'rotri'-Brewer-and Bob Mon Monbouquette.
bouquette. Monbouquette. Bill Renna hit a grand grandslam
slam grandslam Omer and jackie Jensen al also
so also homered for the Red Sox..
The Glantr scored two thus in
the eighth on a homer py.Oelatido
Cepeds rallred-Tor four', more
in the ninth with the help of Jim
Davenport's two-run double to
square their spring record at 1040.
The Indians slipped to 9-12.

Wallace Pitchel Noaitter
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To,Give Seymour'ra-rmFlag
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Seymour Agencl nailed down !half and suffereci their only set sete
e sete 1959 championship of the Pa- back in the 13th contest. Managed
fic Little League Farm Division by Bill Spencer and assisted by
no uncertain terms when they Joe Sbott, 1 Seymour power power!ministered
!ministered power!ministered an' unmerciful lick- 1 house ran roughshid over all. pp ppt
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Orgerone
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4'. Fox ss
Yost lf-p
Whitney rf
Allen 2b

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HARNESS RACER DIES 6
BOSTON (UPI)Police report reported
ed reported Monday the death of Edwin
S. Myer Jr., 45, of Bridgeville,
Del., one of the nation's top hpr hprness
ness hprness racing drivers. Myer's bddy
was found on the shores of the
Charles River, near Boston's
Brighton ection. He reportedly
died of natural causes.

CREIGHTON COACH OU1TS
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Thomsen has resigned as Creigh Creighton
ton Creighton University basketball coach
for "personal' reasons. Creigbton
won 13 and lost .? litst year,
Theinittn's OfidriWinning season
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JUDITH KIRTON

Miss Judith Kirton, who repre represents
sents represents the Pantra team of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Softball League, led by
in ample margin over Miss Jean Jeaneth
eth Jeaneth Sealy of Powells after the first
count of votes to decide the "Miss
Softball of 1959" crown.
Miss Diana Smith of Aji-no-moto
is in third spot.
Other candidates taking part are
the Misses Joan Lynch, Cigarillos
Oasis and Patsy Griffiths, Steve Stevedore
dore Stevedore Morris. The second vote count
will be held tomorrow.

Harris-neeman
Tangle In Dallas DallasReturn
Return DallasReturn Go Tonight

By ED FITE
DALLAS, Tex. (UPI)Colorful
Roy Harris, the last foil for Fl Oyd
Patterson's heavyweight cham championship
pionship championship fists, and ambitious Don Donnie
nie Donnie Fleerean make their national
television debuts tonight in a 12-
round bout that could do little to
boost Harris' boxing stock.
For in Fleeman, Harris Will be
Stepping ,dow, out of the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight 'alto' Will 'be
meeting a fighter he whipped de decisively
cisively decisively last December in his
first public outing since the
bloody 12th round TKO loss to
Patterson in their title bout last
summer.
The anticipated Harris victory
and there will, be ,only-- a -few,
skeptics in -'the crowd that, may
reach 5,000 in Memorial Auditori Auditoriumwould
umwould Auditoriumwould serve no purpose to
ward earning the backwoods
schoolteacher from Cut and Shoot
Tex., a return crack at the cham champion.
pion. champion. Fleeman, however, has every everything
thing everything to gain and has high hope
of cashing in on some of the con confidence
fidence confidence gaine& several weeks ago
when he scored an impressive
victory over Willi Besmanoff.
If Fleeman should pull an
about face and upset Harris,
some of the "credit" would have
to go to Harris' trainer, Bid
Bore.
Fleeman, preparing for a bout
in Germany that never came off,
worked under Gore in an effort
to improve his footwork and gen general
eral general ring savvy.
He claims he's improved a lot
after those sessions and .won't be
so "confused" by Harris' clever cleverer
er cleverer maneuvering as he was la
December when Harris took a
lop-sided unanimous decision in
the same ring where they meet
Wednesday at 10 p.m. cs.t. be before
fore before the ABC cameras.
Fleeman said he wasn't wor worried
ried worried about Harris hurting him,
adding that he took everything
Harris threw last time without
ever being in trouble. He said he
thought he could "outpunch" Har Harris.
ris. Harris. "But, I've got to catch him
first," he said.

WINS WRITERS GOLF
MYRTLE REACH, S.C. (UM
Dan Jenkins scored a 70 Monday
to win the sixth annyal United
States Golf Writers of America
Association championship. Jenkins
is sports editor of the Fort Worth,
Tex., Press.

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By GOERGI SINCLAIR
Second NM Standing
Teams W L Pet Gis
Abernathy U1311 4 1 .800 --
Maduro Jantzen 2 2 .500 112
Mauricio Arnhem. 2 3 .400 2
Cerveceria PL. 2 3 .400 2
Glud Mariners 1 1 .250 21,4
Tetley's Game
Gluds' Mariners vs Mauricio
Ambassadors.
JANTZEN BLASTS PAN LIQUID()
Maduro Jantzen blasted Cerve Cerveeerie
eerie Cerveeerie Pan Liquid 13 to 1 to move
into second place in the second
half standing.
Jantzen scored one in the first
inning on Rawlings' bad throw to
third, added one more in the third
on singles by Black and Nickih Nickiher
er Nickiher and tallies for ten more in the
sixth on seven hits and fottr Pan
Liquid errors.
Seven of the ten runs were un un'earned
'earned un'earned Tocherman homered to
deep center off Pucek. The Beer Beermen
men Beermen got their only run in the sev seventh
enth seventh on two walks and a single
by W. Carlin.
Carratini started for Jantzen
and got credit for the win, Lane
took the loss for Pan Liquid.
Lane was relieved by Pueek in
the fith. Catlin relieved Pucek in
the 7th.
R. Nickisher with 3 out of 5,
Gayer, Black and Riley, with
two hits a piece, led the attack for
Jantzen. Huertas, 2 for 3, and W.
Carlin accounted tor the beermen
hits.,

ming on Rawlings' bad throw to o'
Tetley's Game
iird, added one more in the third
1 singles by Black and Nickih- Pumas vs. Ocelots. ,
r and tallies for ten more in the After a one-week lay-off due to
xth on seven hits and fottr Pan
iquido errors. the Easter celebration the Fast Fastlich
lich Fastlich Teenage League offered its
Seven of the ten runs were un- fans a real thriller Monday alter altertined
tined altertined Tocherman homered to noon. The seond-place t,' Ocelots,
eep center off Pucek. The Beer- defending champions, had to play
ten got their only run in the sev- ten innings highest total in the
nth on two walks and a single
y W. Carlin. season to beat the cellar-dwelling
Palomas 7-4.
Carratini started for Jantzen A two-run homber by Gary An Annd
nd Annd got credit for the win, Lane derson broke the Palomas' back backtok
tok backtok the loss for Pan Liquid. in the tenth and gave Ocelots its
ane was relieved by Pueek in
le 6th. Catlin relieved Fmk in sixth victory in the tournament's
te 7th.
ll. Nickisher with 3 out of 5, second half. Don Rudy also horn hornered
ered hornered in the frame in- which the
4tyer, Black and Riley, with winners crossed the plate four
a. hits a piece, led the attack for times. These two big blows broke
antzen. Duertas, 2 for 3, and W. a pitcher's duel between Roy Bet Bet!arlin
!arlin Bet!arlin accounted for the beermen Us (Ocelots) and Stanley Berg
its. '011 i I all, tpolueu the losers,
, their eigth setback.
The box score: Ken Anderson --s Gary's bro broAb
Ab broAb R H 0 A ther elouted another homer for
tuition Madure the Ocelots in the 2nd inning.,
;ayer, ss
4 2 2 3 2
4 2 2 1 3 Warren Ashton was the Palo Paloilack,
ilack, Paloilack, 3b ma's only hitter who gave trouble
:arratini, p
t. Nickisher, cf 5 1 3 1 0
5 0 0 0 0 to Bettic whose fast ball and
5 2 1 3 sharp curve claimed for 13 strike strike'ocherman,
'ocherman, strike'ocherman, lf 1 our-victims.
lead, c 2 2 1 6 1 In yesterday's contest, Pericos
tiley, lb 5 2 2 5 1 kept on rolling toward the' second second4
4 second4 1 1 2 0 ball'
'enkms, 2b championship when,' ,they
razer, 11 , 2 1 1 0 0 swamped Conelos to the tuni,bf 13
retsis s 35 13 13 21 0 to 1. It, was their seventh trittitph
:erysicorla Pan Lig. Ab R H 0 A
. without any loss in the second hal'.
8cArthurs, lf 2 0 0 0 0 With a five-hit attack, the Peri Peri17arlin
17arlin Peri17arlin W. ss cos iced the game in the first with
4 0 1 0 2 four runs, then added two in the
)strea, ef' 3 0 0 2 1 fourth,, five in the fifth. one in the,
Coskik, 3b 3 0 0, 2 1 sixth and one in the seventh.
luertlas, lb 3 0 2 4 0 while John Marcum limited the
bane, p 2 0 0 0 2 Conelos ,to four safeties and only
hicek, p 1 0 0 0 0 une run'
7,atlin, p 00000 Bobbv Brandon. 'of tbe Conios,
Rawley,- 2b 1,, 1 1 0 3 0 not only spoiled Marcum's bidfor
tslisbitt, rf .3 0 0 2 0 a no-bit-no-run game but also be beMavelli,
Mavelli, beMavelli, e 1 0 0 7 0 elm" hin hardest-to-nut-out bat batTotals
Totals batTotals 23 1 3 21 0 ter. Brandon, got the Conelos, first
hit with one out in the fifth stanza
' Stores by Innings and smashed two' solid safeties,
Jantsen 101 001 01-13 13 1 off Marcum's offerings to drive
Cerveceria 000 000 01-1 3 8 ln the Only run scored by, his team.

,lantzan Maduro Ab R H 0 A
Gayer, ss 4 2 2 1 3
Black, 3b 4 2 2 3 2
Carratini, p 50000
R. Nickisber, cf 5 1 3 1 0
Tocherman, lf 5 2 1 3 1
Mead, c 2 2 1 6 1
Kiley, lb 5 2 2 5 1
Jenkms, 2b 41120
Frazer, 11 21100
Totals 36 13 13 21 I
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Carvacoria Pan Lig. Ab R H 0 A
McArthurs, ll 2 0 0 0 0
Carlin W., ss 4 0 1 0 3
Ostrea, ef 30021
Koskik, 3b 30021
Huertlas, lb 3 0 2 4 0
Lane, p 20001
Pucek, p 10000
Catlin, p 00000
Rawley, 2b I.' 1 1 0 3 0
Nisbitt, rt 3002 e
Glavelli, a 1 0 0 7 0
Totals 23 1 3 21 I

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Ocelots 6
x-Macaws ", 4
Pumas '1 3
totitijos'4
Palomas 0
x-Have,a tie game.
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Yesterday's result,

Pericos 400 251-13 5 1
Condos 000 010 0-1 4 3
Winning pitcher: John Marcum.
Losing pitcherf Jim
Monday's result
Ocelots 020 010 00 4-7 12 4
Palornas 200 001 000 0-3 6 3
Winning pitcher: Roy Bettis.
Losing pitcher: Stanley Berg.

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MILTON RICHMAN
, A
' AUGUSTA, Ge..,(UPI) the
sentiment is riding with Slammin'
Sammy Snead,, but all' the smart
money, is on young -Ken ,Venturi
to win the Mastery, golf.: tourna tourna,
, tourna, ment which npens tomorrow over
Augusta's 'immaculately -.2 mani manicured
cured manicured 6,958-yard course.,
t Snead, at 48, boomed his tee
shots longer and straighter Ulm
ever during a practice warm up
Tuesday for -a bid at Ms Joint
Masters championship.:The White
Sulphur, Springs, ,W. Va., veteran
saidhe is at ."the top of my
game" although be begged off on
any predictions.
Venturi, who apparently had the
1958 Masters crown in his hip
pocket only to lose it to Jackie
Burke, Jr., when he took an 80 ou
'the final round, was virtually the
prohibitive choice with Art 'Wall
of Pocono 'Manor, pa.,' runiiing
him a close second.
Wall, dubbed "Mr.'Con-sistency"
by his fellow pros, leads them all
in money timings this year With
a total pick-up of 818,814 already
and is coming here fresh from his
victory, in the Azalea Open. at
Wilmington, N. C.
.Be-knickered'. Gene k Saracen,
winner of the 1934, Makers and
one, of ,the 90 golfers who will i;ee
off Thursday, A slimmed up the
feeling of golf's, l'Old, ,,Guard" in
being one of the many to pick
Venturi.

"Overall, I'd have to say Ven
turi is the best player in the tour tournament,"
nament," tournament," commented the 57-yearold
"Country Squire" from ger germantown,
mantown, germantown, N. y. "I dOn't think
Snead, Ben Hogan or Lloyd Man Mangrum
grum Mangrum will Win. lhree .or
years ago anyone of them might.
Not today, though. None of them
can put four good rounds together.
Venturi can, though and I shave
a hunch he will."
Strangely, there, was little sup
port for Hogan, who plays little
tournament golf these days and
prefers, t6 save himself for the
"big out." 4
Those, supposedly7,in the know
leaned muck more heavily toward
younger players like Venturi WaU
an& husky Mike Souchak from'
Grossinger,, who was runner runnerup
up runnerup to wall in the Aazalea Open',
Ther also was considerable
backing for Cary Iliddlecoff, -the
golfing 1,dentist.. from Memphist
Tenn., but there was some (quo
lion whether, his gen inight
hampered-by 'the hernia operation
he underwent last September. Mid
dlecoff, the golfing dentist ,from
Memphis,- Tenn., but there was
some question whether ,his game
might be hampered by the her hernia
nia hernia operation he underwent, last
September. Middlecoff, however,
showed 'no M effects in winning the
-St; Petersburg Open recently.
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, By BOB SALMON
BOSTON, (UPI-- Don't mention
it to Boston fans but tonig,ht wnen
the Celtics take on the Syracuse
Nationals in the final gime of
their Eastern Division playoffs--
is April Fool's Day.
True, 'the Celtics' have defeated
the. Nets eightstraight times at
home.' And granted that Boston
piled up a- 17-game lead over
Syracuse during the regular sea.
son while breezing to the Nation National
al National Basketball Association's East Eastern
ern Eastern Division title.
, Blit don't forget what the In Incredible
credible Incredible Minneapolis ',Akers., did
to the high and ,mighty St. Louis
Hawks over the' week end.
Don't forget it7 Why, that's all
the Celtics can think about. :
They know ,the Lakers wentjn wentjnto
to wentjnto the Western Division playoffs
a thousand-point dust about) Mu
derdogs,, How tbey whipped New
York while hardly Working ,up
sweat in the best-of-three semifi semifinals.
nals. semifinals. ,How they pulled the shock
of the ,,qieason in upending 'St.
Louisi. defending NBA. champions,
in six 'games., A ''
- Iircould happen, berp too; the
Boston Players. realize, 'The Celt4
haven't looked as good against
the Nats as their past record said
they should, The experts figured
, it a six-game series at hese'
The Nationals, however,, have
farced thcseries to the wire, win winning
ning winning all three of their home
games after 'going behind in .the
series each' time here at the Gar
den. 40,-
"We're'PO ;thelt,spot," said Bos-,
p
ton's Franke, Ramsey, who has
been the key-man for the Celtics
thus far to the 4layoffs. '"The
pressure is en us. Syracuse
hat everything te.-gain and noth7
ing to

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A. Farrell,' Pine Sol ; 19' 526
Haynes, Pine Sol 13 463
L. Parris, Pine SO1 ; 12 417
M. Leper, Maurielo 20 8' 400
A. Morgan, Pine Sol 1801'389
R. Aikman,' Maurielo 30 11 367
A. Orillae, Baby Arango 18 6 333
A. Reid, Pine Sot ; ,,18 6 333
P. Malcolm Mauricio,,' 19 6 416
Rilzieger; MaurieioS, 23-. 7-304
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The Panama .1.1firor Softball
League resumed ictiork Motiday4n
the same thrilled epacked.4-Manthe
same thrilled packed,manner
as usuaL, Baby 'Arango surPrised
6 behind the stout relief pitching ot
big :McNair Lane and some timley
clutcl hitting. ,
Lane who, gets greet delight
trom a win over rival Lew Min..
ger, tied their private "war" at
one-all. He ktook 'over from starter
Carratine in the third and allowed
the Sportsmen two hits the rest of
the way for his third win in five
decisions. Hilzinger lost his second
in eight decisions.
Arango fought back from a
seemingly sure defeat to pound
Hilzinger for four runs In.the fifth
after Mautleio had taken, eve! the
lead in the 'third en five rins:ind
a 6 to 3 advantage.
Two homers by Catalino Goma;
lez, triples by Aizpurua, pinehhit pinehhitter
ter pinehhitter Erie "Blackie" Gordon and
Pee Jenkins,. doubles by Lane and
Aizpurua all -,acetainted r for.,,,the

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CINCINNATI,' Ohio
(The Stilt) ,Chamberlain, who re received
ceived received $65,000 to ,give up his se senior
nior senior year at Itansas and tour ,with
the, Harlem Globetrotters, was
the first manl selected in the an annual
nual annual ,National. Basketball Assn.
player drafts yesterday.
The seven-foot,, 'two-tinie An
-America was the territorial pick.
of the Philadelphia Warriors, who
adr fted Chamherlain ,four Tears
ago when he was in atiel atielphia
phia atielphia high school.
Cincinnati chose-- Kansas State
AR-America Bob, Boozer in the
first round of the draft, that 'alto
saw anotherNAII-America, Bailey
'Howell of Mississippi State,
picked by the Detroit Pistons.
Philadelphia was the only teant
to exercise its free choice of a
player living, within 50 mileu of
the league city in picking Cham Chamberlain.
berlain. Chamberlain. Boozor Will Watt
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Other first,round choices were:
Minneapolis Lakers, ,Tom,' Hawk Hawk'
' Hawk' Ins of Notre Dame; Syracuse Na Nationals,
tionals, Nationals, Dick, Barnett of Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee 'State A NevrYork Knica Knicaerbockers,
erbockers, Knicaerbockers, Johnny Green of Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State; St, Louis Hawks, Bob
Ferry, St. Louis, Universitni and
Boston Celtics, John Richter
North Carolina 'State.
Eddie' Gottlieb, Philadelphia
president who 'is faced with the
task 'of signing Chamberlain to
an NBA contract, said he would
open negotiations with' the, former
Kansas star '''"soon after ; Alva
,

-w.
'' "Chamberlain now '.belongs.'to
the ''llarlem Globetrotters,'
said, "His contract is up April-15
and he will be a!free agent.
hOPe' we can' sign him.",
',Gottlieb said the Warrior's wen't
able ,to pay -him what ,the
Globetrotters-!do "but playing! in
the league is prestige, it's a chal,
lengei, and couM be, worth mbie
in the lonv rite"
,,,, Cincinnati-may, Also have trou trouble
ble trouble in' getting 'Boozer's :name! on
a contract The Kansas Btate ren renter,
ter, renter, In Louisville, Ky, for the Pan
American basketball trials,said
he was' going to wait and "see
h d:
what kind of deal e ca
before signing.
Boozer maid he was undecided
about his future, plans' ilnd indi indicated,
cated, indicated, be is, also, considering a
business career and playing in an
industrial basketball, leaguV,.:

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G;trdon,,31) ?,1;1, 7
Paixido-,1-11-11) 6
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Or' 'lac, If 0 0
Jenkins,' 21) 3 P,
Guerrtro, 0
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folfauricio,-.;!..n-.', 105 000 0-6 3 1
Babx 040 x-9 11 3
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Lane, Ciirra Ciirratineaenkint.
tineaenkint. Ciirratineaenkint. Buns"batted in: Gonzalez 4, Lillie
2,,Aizpurua,,Gordon,
cebt, Jenkins:
- 1Nvo B saeHit;," yes,:
Lindoc-Lane.;;,, :
Three, Base Hit: Aizpurua; Gori
don, Jenkins.- :
Hoine Runs: Gonzalti'V'..;ti,
Stolen Basel Lindo;,--::
Sarifice Bit:' Aizpuritit.;. ;
Wild pitch: Tarratinc
Hit by pitch: Lane b
Pitching 'record: Carratine 8
TIMP:71,Alittl-btst1;413- bL111.0,twes
innings. t
- Lane: 0 runs, two hits,' two
strike outs, two bases :on :hallqn
five innings.
Hilzinger: 9 runs, 11 hitir three
bases on balls, 'frmr strike ,outs- in
, six Watt; i

sbeoaissteonr, '-itp3iceekeird -tinthdeh4-9:01Bis00: otoomr intgo
Pepper Wilson, -toyal general 1.,
manager, said Boetee, -was ;alfio
picked due to his ability, to.shoot
from outside. He said--,titelub :
, undecided en BetOr 'vor
Howell uotil pst before, draft'
time. Re:laid anti, rulel
out because ,be would have to -be
converted to the t 1
' Minneapolis, which got the
prize of the lot' in- last,'year'S
lectiont. when 4t picked
Baylor- of Seattle led at the 'NBA
teams with 15,,chtoices., ,.:s
Detroit, and Nevi York, each
picked. 12 and' posoit toify:
Atie first 'rountr,;,!plitilees
Carved national recogrlition,p for
themselves ;,cluring- their .rientor
Cineinnall' grabbed' ,most
All-Ameticafis with, tomer and ;-
little DOO 'lemon of PittsbUrgh,
picked on the sixth round,,-11- :
though ,the :5-9) 'guard Alas indite-
ted he won't play pro- bat. ,
, Other outstanding players ae-
lezted were Italph-Crosthwaite;: of
Western tentockywho iled the
nation- in free throw, shootiiic, by
Boston; Charles Brownr,of Seat.'
tle, ,by- Cincinnati; 'Bob:- Smitir of
West Virginia,' by 4Miripeapoits1
Johnnt,,,Cox -of tentucktrIby,New ':
Yerk and'Hank Stein,' ot:
of Oh10;!, by ,$to z

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Kenneth Haigh ,,,,-.. a x. a est,zab ..., L r 1 gilltill
41 Winning' season w
won 13 and lost ? last year, Rawley,"2b 1,, 1 1 0 3 0 not only sponeo marcum-s co. ,- ....,,,
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for the day was as follows: 4 Wall, dubbed "Mr. Con-sistency"
Jim O'Toole, the rookie hope of Gabler for two ru,ns and three hits
Prone: D. Parsons (Sr)-127-21 ,
cam) Willard Schmidt and Bob in the ninth and Art HOUtteMan
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for the daY "ma's, followa:"' - Wall, dubbed 'Mr. Consistency" Haynes, Pine Sol 13 ,6 463 A.,-.1zpti ,1
Jim O'Toole, the rookie hope of Gabler for two runs and three hits
the taint). Willard Schmidt and Bob in the ninth and Art HOUtteMan Pr011e: D. Parsons (Sr)-197-81 4- a is, Pine Sol 5 417
A. Morgan, Pine Scd 18 ,7 1'389
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in money winnings this year An m, LPez, Matted 20 8'600 Ostrek, el ''' 4 3 3 1
' "berated in yesterday's three-hit half of the final frame. Art Ditmar sents the Pantra team of the Rain- Kneeling: D Brown (Jr)--178-1x
R. Aikman,' Mauriclo 30 11 367 Gordon,-3b 1 '1
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the Reds. O'Toole, a six-foot left- the yankees and gave up nine hits. in ample margin over Miss Jean- The following is a listing of competitors and seores2 61
victory in the Azalea Open. at A- rillae, 138bY Arank0 16 6 333 Garrido-LW-lb 4 0 6
- bander who won 20 games for Bbb Nieman, Gus Triandos and eth Sealy of Powells after the first A. Rei
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some question whether ,his game
: bioody rounu LOBO LV ma.m 1115 WILL
terveceria PL. 2 3 .400 2 Yesterday's result, y put mere was
o Seymour Agencl nailed down !half and suffered their only set- Patterson in their title bout last
Glud Mariners 1 1 .250 21,4
: the 1959 championship of the Pa- back in the 13th contest. Managed summer. Today's Game Pericos m'
400 251-la 5 1 ight be hampered by the her..
' cific Little League Farm Division by Bill Spencer and assisted by Gluds' Mariners vs Mauriclo Condos 000 010 0-1 4 3 nia operation he underwent, last
n- r
P aye'. Drafts,
-,,
-1 in no uncertain terms when they Joe SOW, Ow 1 Seymour power- The anticipated Harris victory
Ambassadors. September. Middlecoff, however
administered an unmerciful lick- 1 house ran roughshid over all Op- and thete will. be ,only, a few Winning pitcher: John Marcum. showed no M effects itt Winning the' :
44 41, 71.ri Tlirda I nositinn t skeptics in 'the crowd thatinav
AhrtziN ALASTI PAN LIQUID LOSing pitcherf Jim Dykes St.: Petersburg - ,' -. 0 -- ,
. p recentlY. ' '"'

ill a L pa, str ..-.0 1 qt A A Al An I - 1- it-- LA31,11X VILULICL 01,4111XY DCI N.

pettaynlosrwicithselastoitee ucilil Ati, :
ine 1.,entes take on th Syracuse
Nationals in the final
' tit YOU ana Brminim, le rm. MI 1
SEYMOUR AGENCY to go to Harris' trainer, RI 1
---1- -men got their only run in the sev- defending champions, had to pia) e ti C110511- .1Ai4J51119 10 IA. g,C
B in th I e
1 .thefire, which eventually es put ten innings highest total in the gime of All-America Bob, oozer
Bore. enth on two walks and a single uncrana
out by mother nature in die form
Moses ss 5 2 1 Fleeman, preparing for a bout by W. Carlin. season to beat the cellar-dwell- their Eastern Division playoffs Detroit, and New Yodel-each
' of arkness.
e Yuzna c 5 4 3 in Germany that never came off, Carratini started for Jantzen ing Palomas 7-4. is April Fool's Day. saw anotherNAll-America, Bailey I
picked. 12 and B at
ihemseives during their --,' I
first round of the draft, that albot 5. china I, I
,- , 4 t, True the Celtics hav f t d
5 3 3 worked under Gore in an effort and A two-run homber by Gary An- e de ea e
home. And granted that Boston first 'roun ,,, 0.
'line 'p
' 'racking up Ate ehamnionshin, wa 4, got credit for the win, Lane 4 0 ices ,...,
Whitney b 5 3 2 to improve his footwork and gen- derson broke the Palomas' back- the, Nets eight. straight times at Picked by the Detroit Pistons. ,, '111 .1410
Howell of Mississippi State, A , 0 911, ,6111,ii Aix. ,, j
arv re p
ea nalional cognitton for or
took the loss for Pan Liquid()
! 11 Aerorark qsted dfeit only 43 4 in the tenth and gave Ocelots its
- Ostenso ir 5 3 2 eral ring savvy. Lane was relieved by Pueek in to exercise its free choice of a ; ,, aen or
orteeduring the season. They had sixth victory in the tournament's piled up a- 17-game lead over -P,hiladelphia was the only teant
Anguizola lb 4 3 0 He claims he's improved a lot the fith. Catlin relieved Pueek in
f a clean 10 to 0 heord in the first . player living, within 50 miles' of C. I 11.' ' I(
Wither cf 4 3 3 after those sessions and ,won't be the 7th. second half. Don Rudy also hom- Syracuse during the regular sea. Inc nna grabbed -the most '-',,
: , .., mlonA 4s fls.s v. vim,. Iv tverklAls 4-1 SIM Whi1A ilrOth7i n 0 tn th. l4.142, the league city in picking ChaM- A II A ..ka,ft: ..., vs .-

' 4 2 2 3 2 11101 3 UHL 66666 CI WM $9 V 1.4. VIALU Ferry', St. Louis, university;4 and
A HARNESS RACER DIES thought he could "outpunch" Har- i';1;Tin'IT'ar;;'legitill
I
A -Porvice Center Theatres ris. Carratini, p 5 0 0 0 0 to Bettis,
R. Nickisher, cf 5 1 3 1 0 whOse fast ball ana i-lerifo-g-s-,--florw---t-hWy-w- 1.11-n-p-eif N-evt-'
le. York while hardly Working 'up a Boston Celtics, John Richter nf .., , c
and Hank Steit
. 4
TONIGHT BOSTON (UPI)-Police report reported
ed reported Monday the death of Edwin first,"
"But, I've got to catch him Tocherman, If 5 2 1 3
5 2 2 5 1 sharp curve claimed for 13 gig
1 our-victims. sweat in the best.of-three semili-
, North Carolina 'State. ',,''' I, i'' lutt'
I hi b St Lo i
POSTPONE., METING,
0 he said. Mead, c 2 2 1 6 1 In yesterday's contest, Pericos nals. ,How they pulle
d the shock
. A president who 'is faced with the "'k,''',,,, ,... , ,
Eddie' Gottlieb,.- Philadelphia 0 oil Y' .1' u er
S. Myer Jr., 45, of Bridgeville, Riley, lb
1 DAIWA .'.- Air Conditioned Del., one of the nation's top hir- WINS WRITERS GOLF
2 1 kept on rolling toward the second- of th0,,,season in upending S,..
4 1 I 2 0 hall eharePionship when, ,they Louisi, defending NBA, champions,
.' I 6:00,- 0:55 ness racing drivers. Myer's b dy
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (UPI Jenkms, 2b
. Frazer, 11 1 0 0
swamped Conej. A 0, ro, ,,....'
os to the tuni,bi 13 in six 'games. :,! ,r , task 'of signing Chamberlain ,to ', ,t,,,, t ,
an NBA contract, said he would
bassador, Jacob 'Rear
Fpionrgm.nossnit aisgrgueeTd 01,,ri)tods:".11
'' Ctregory Peck was found on the shores of the )- Totals too; to open negotiations with' the, former 4',44 AltsAw ,(L.-.....0
' a Jean Simmons Charles I River, near Boston's Dan Jenkins scored a 70 Monday t 36 13 13 21 0 to 1. iv was
their seventh triunlph -Iircould happen hereA
to win the sixth annual United
Cervecorie Pan Lig. Ab R H 0 A star sonn alter A,prii.1
' i "THE BIG COUNTRY" Brighton ection He reportedly without any loss in the second hal', Boston Players realize, 'The, Cell 11(58.,n,us '' '' ''''''' nese Communist' et
A In CinemaScope & Color died of natural causes. States Golf Writers of ,Attnerica McArthurs lf 2 0 0 0 0 With a live-hit attack, the Peri- haven't looked as good opals. HChamberlain now ,,belongs 'to
, I i d id
me in the first with the Nats as the r past recor ita
the Harlem Globetrotters," h.
L uled for Thursdav un
, (Note Show l'imes) Association championship. Jenkins cos iced the ga
four runs, then added two in the they should, The experts figured -- Pone their next Intel
r t Carlin W.,' ss 4 0 1 0 3 a, s id, "His contract is up April-15
is sports editor of the Fort Worth' Ostrea, cf 3 0 0 2 1 fourth, five in the fifth. one in the it a six-game series at best:H ,,
' COCO SOLO
4, 710 CREIGHTON COACH QUITS Tex., Press.
, Wan 'Ladd Ernest. Borgnine r. , i. ,, Koskik, 3b 3 0 0 2 I sixth and one in the seventh, The Nationals, however,, have and he will be I !free agent.
heee' We ean sign him." ,, A
postponed for edminis
,'", -XA''''THE BADJLANDIERS' AOMAHAe He (VPIi.-ITommy
1
inomsen has resigned as Creigh-
, Huertlas, lb
Pucek, p 3 0 2 4 0 while John Marcum limited
1 0 0 0 0 one run. mes after going behind in the e 44 e
Globetrotters- do but playing' in sona,..,;.-,,,, ",' ,,-. '.:,' :, (i,
the frced thcseries to the wire, Win- Mareitll 24.4-A U'' S
o ieb said the Warriors won't
G Ur
and only ning all three of their h o m e spokesman said the r
' tn CinemaScope & 'Color! mt. Lane, p 2 0 0 0 1 Conelos ,to four safeties , ga b able ,to' pay 'Iiim what ,the
I" DIABLO MITS. 7 :Of ton University basketball coach ,, Irl Catlin, p 0 0 0 0 0 Bobbv Brandon. of t e Con los, ser es
t i each' time here at the Gar.
. the league is prestige, It's a chal, , '''.', , -. ,,,,
Bay Milland for "personal" reasons. Creighton
... .4,
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1959
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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PAA Golf Tournament At Gamboa Enters Semifinal Round

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Annrnnrifltelv at this ime

vur when the sau rises in trees

and homo sapiens alike, a split split-level
level split-level phenomenon betokening new
life and fresh bankrolls, we hear
from oddsmaker with regards to
the Derby- and big league races:.
la the AL the Yankees (so
what's new7) are Brohibltlvf fa favorites
vorites favorites to make it five in a row,
-repeat of their '4753 skein;
the Braves are 6-5 to win for the
third straight time, a feat un un-matched
matched un-matched in their league since the
Cards in '42, 'il
Troilus and Silver Spoon are
eo-favocites in the Winter Book
t 4-1, on the strength of respec respec-tive
tive respec-tive triumphs in the Tlajnlngo
and Santa Anita Derby. First
Landing and Intentionally come
next, bracketed at 6-1, then Easy
Spur, 8-1- Royal Orbit, 10-1;
Dunce and Sword Dancer, both
12-1; Open View, 15-1. .and for,
toe revoltingly avaricious, Dralia,
at loob to 1. ..
Now lei's see what we have
here.. To begin with, nobody in
Ms right mind bets gin"
Yankees, arid on the basis of
what we saw in the Florida
tamps, nothing less than a direct
intervention of the supreme deity
can give them pause.
Patently the oddsmakers share
tlhs morbid view. The Tigers, In In-dims,
dims, In-dims, White Sox, and Red Sox
range from 5 to 15 to 1", the O O-rioles,
rioles, O-rioles, A's and Senators from 30 to
is written off as no contest.
The much greater balance in
ha NT', dictates a less extrava

gant approach and nowhere is

the contrast more sinning man
in the odds on the Phils, a last-

place pick at only 15 to 1. The

manur, riraies ana oiri
range from 3 to to. 1, iny one
of which, considering the price
spread is more appealing to this
department than the Braves, a
vulnerable entry facing uniformly
tight competition.
Re First Lidding

Aa long as there art people
ho'll make win bets on ball

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in March, when an April

or iviay injury to just one ney

man (aa sometimes happens) can
turn competitive values upside
dawn," the ipsychialric cot ana the

pauaeu ceu wui never nave io bo
in for green stamps or door priz prizes.
es. prizes. Dealing in Derby futures may
be more diverting, yet there are
appallingly lew instances to testi testify
fy testify mat auch speculation si spec spectacularly
tacularly spectacularly rewarding. And, on the
evidence Of the last 2t years,
there is no s water, surer way to
insolvency than playing the Win Winter
ter Winter Book xavOiite, Over this
stretch, 16 lost, seven didn't even
get to the post.
Along with the Braves, as not noted
ed noted earlier, we herewith turn o o-ver
ver o-ver to toe ubiquitous Mr. Swee Sweeny
ny Sweeny our total ana complete hold holdings
ings holdings in Trolius and. Silver Spoon,
the first, on the belief that he
cannot, carry his speed a mile
and a quarter; the second, be because
cause because she is a filly, and in early
May, fillies, bless their little
hearts, are incorrigibly romantic
and therefore properly disdainful
of the use to which rose blankets
are put on such showy and stark starkly
ly starkly public occasions.
First Landing was the best of
the 2-year-olds, and pending the
results of upcoming trials, his su superior
perior superior mark still commands a
certain respect in this space. Was
he short in ihe Flamingo when
he finished third? Many 2-year-olds
fail to show the same
form at 3. Would this explain his
dullish performances in Florida?
These are questions that can be
answered only on the track. So
let's wait and see.
Pest Officio Dan
Word from Johnny Alessio !n
Agua- Galiente, Mex., where the
Derby futures orginate, is that
major lupport for SHver Spoon
comes from California, which
was expectable, since the My
hat done all her running out
there.
An Interesting aspect of the
play on First Landing, Alette re re-Teals,
Teals, re-Teals, is that it has been largely
for place and show. Thus, in spite
of the Florida defeat, the colt's
followers, though weakening some somewhat,
what, somewhat, refuse to get off his alto altogether.
gether. altogether. Don't ask us how you can get
down. Until recently It was a sim simple
ple simple mail order operation. You
sent cash or money order, and
by return mall received a card
on which was printed the a a-mount
mount a-mount bet and at what odds. So
far as we known no winner ever
failed to collect, nor was any
card ever repudiated as counter counterfeit.
feit. counterfeit. But now that the postal author authorities
ities authorities have taken steps. . .Well,
how ,-bout those cuys who peddle
tickets on the Irish sweeps? No Nothing
thing Nothing feems to s.top them on their
appointed rounds. Rain. snow.

sleet, not even J. Edgar Hoover.

Huge Field
Sliced to 32

Jim Riley

The Gamboa Clubhouse hat

beer newly decorated and the
food is the best ever, an drrin nut

Sunday and watch the semi-final

maicnes in tne PAA Tourney.
Pan American World Airways
will be hosUrt a cocktail party on
the final day of the tournament

Sunday, April 12. Set aside that
day to be present who will be the
1959 Pan American World Air Airways
ways Airways Tourney Champion.

Sfubbs Choice Over

Capt. McClenaghan

In Kobbe

Going into the semi-finals of the

annual Fort Kobbe Golf Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, last year's winner, SFC

Archie F. Stubbs, is favored to
win over Capt. Robert S. Mc
Clenaghan to move into the finals.
Other contestants in the semi-final
round at the Fort Amador

Course are Private First Class

Richard F. Caudill and 2nd Lieut Lieutenant
enant Lieutenant Dave E. Howard.
Thirteen linksmen were entered

in the tournament but nine al

ready have fallen into the conso consolation
lation consolation bracket under the long ball
hitting of Stubbs, Caudill, Howard
and McClenaghan.
Howard seems to be the sur

prise of the tourney, having shot

a very high m in the 36-hole
qualifying round. He was some 19
strokes off the medalist pace set
by Stubbs. He also managed to
hang out a victory over Sergeant
John' T. Lloyd, who looked like

one of the top contenders in tne
qualifying rounds with s 15S.
Another s unrise of the vaar'fc

tournament is Cantain McClenaph

an, who managed to beat Sp 4

warren rtesDin, last year s runner-up
and one of those favored
to be at ot close to the top this
year.

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Tournament now being played at

Gamboa Golf Club, has been re reduced
duced reduced from a field of 128 aspir aspirants
ants aspirants for the beautiful prizes to 32
of the best match play golfers in
their respective classes.
Match olay olf is a very li

ferent kind of golf than the uual

weekend sou most of us play, or

for that matter, it is much difcr-

ent than medal play toruaament

golf that we read so much about
in thai state with names such as

Snead. Littler. Middlecoff. and the

other top notch pro s irom up
north. Many is the match that nas
been won in match play with the

loser shooting a 72 ana me winner

shooting a 76 or worse.

In match nlav some golfers are

notorious for being slow starters,

that is it takes them 3 or a noies

to get over the bad, naou oi

watching ana worrying sdoui
each and everv shot his or her op

ponent is shooting on these holes
and in this way the pressure is on

from the very beginning.

Some golfers in playing matcn

play realize that having a 10 on
a certain hole and getting beat
with a oar. is no worse than hav

ing a 5 and getting beat with a

4 on the same noie, ana-witn tnis

thought in mind, will go for every

thing and completely forget the

hazards that betau tne erratic

golfer on most courses.

At Gamboa this weekend will

be four of the. finest match play

eolfera on the Itthmus. each try

ing to outplay and outthing tne

other. Herb Mitten will play
George Riley in one match white

Jim Hinkle will play Jim Riley in

the other Championship Flight

match.

The match between Mitten and

George Riley should go all the

way. Mitten having an edce off the

tee with his long and accurate
woods, While George will be put putting
ting putting on his usual display of by Jar
the best torurnament nutter on

the Canal Zone.

In the other match. Jim Hinklo

will be punching the ball down the

middle all the time, never getltim'

in trouble, whereas his long hit hitting
ting hitting opponent Jim Riley will be
blasting the ball off the tees on

tne Short Gamboa Course and

onintf frtr AirAiirtktft,v it t. fAll..,

. iw;huu, ii lie AUUUffe
his usual style that has brought

mm me cnamptontnip of every inr

Isthnius at one time or other.

xou will tee two atv ea of .ref

ers in these two matches, the

straight and conservative in Hink-

le ana George Rilev and th lr,u,.o The, ict ,mi i

. , e I pica v. i auou ihov vunuvc tt u w
long and fearless in Mitten and next week, when they bowl the
Jim Rilev. v.. ... A.

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tne final weeK. n" g
Brown lead the Plymouth men
with a 539 while Thomas was top
man for the Naval Station with a
496. The Aces, still making a des desperate
perate desperate bid for this half, took four
points from Gillette to come up
within one point of second place.

Spinney's 547 led the Aces and

Chuljak led the Shavers with a
493. The Voice of Music, still
playing their usual game this
half, took one point from Wright
Bros.-
St. John and Bartram lei their
respective teams with a 502 se series
ries series each. It has narrowed down
to a three team league for the
finish with three teams eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated and two others could tie if
they do not bowl eaoch ther.

STRAIGHT FROM SHOULDER Niagara's Don Jones,
No. 10, seemed to be doing a bit.more with his left hand than
reaching for a rebound. But Alan Seiden of St. John's didn't
catch the errant, hand with his face, although it was close
Nobody shown here got the rebound, either.

MARGARITA
BOWLING LEAGUE
15th Week
The Police, took a firmer bold
onto first place as they took four
easy from the Shriners. Increas Increasing
ing Increasing their lead to four points and
with only two weeks to play if is
a pretty good bet that they will
be there for the championship
playoff. Stewart led the Cops
with a nice 658 series whila the
Shriners, using, only ;itht6e men
were led by Clontz With a 477.
Giving up 70 pins a game, Pow Powells
ells Powells were not able to overcome
such a handicap and lost three
points to the Naval Station, drop

ping them deeper into second

Standing
Cristobal Police

Powells

Aces ii? i

Wright Bros.
Naval .Station
Shriners

Gillette

Voice of Music

High for the Weak
Class A, Stewart
Class B,- Tully
Class C Moorman

W L
32 16

28 20

271 21
24 24
24 24
23 25
18 40
17 31

556
499
536

Cristobal Police

Fortner
Tully
Guest
Martin

Stewart

Totals

Badders
Carpenter

(Blind)

(Blind)
Clontz

Totals

174 1ST 170 481
169 182 138 49
123 163 151 437
148 163 184 515
226 166 167 359

840 841 810 2491
ShrinerS
114 150 146 410
167 173 131 471
136 136 136 408
33 133 138 399
158 144 180 477

703 736 726 2166
43 43 43 129

746 779 769 2294
Powells
182 159 198 539
127 172 158 4S7

Gibson (Blind) 186 136 136 408

Brown

Stopp

Badger
Hogan

181 156 162 469
184 201 148 533

Lewis
Thomas

Stinton

Strong
O'Neal

780 824 802 2406
Naval Station
145 146 126 417
188 168 140 496
111 179 120 410
58 145 190 493
124 196 144 434

- 726 834 690 2250
70 70 70 210

Upp
Moorman
Stilson

Spinney

uorski

706 904 7602460
Acts
136 168 139 443
198 154 190 535
172 143 211 $26
206 184 177 547
150 201 138 489

Totals

856 830 855 2541

Yee
Corro
F. Tom
Chuljak
Chuljak
tt. Tqm
Totals

Graham
(Blind)
Johnson
DeVoll
St. John
Totals

Jones
Dougan
Butz
Janssen
Bartram
Totals

Gillette
134 152 465 451
130 144 140 414
131 153 138 422
176 151 166 493
176 151 166 493
127 155 152 434

33

755 761 2214
33 33 1W

731 788 794 2313
Voice of Music
134 113 167 414
135 135 135 405
153- 146 147 445
185 150 158 443
161 198 143 502

718 741 750 2209
Wriaht Bros.
149 173 131 453
128 143 146 417
120 201 156 486
147 140 173 460
147 180 175 502

700 837 781 2318
7 1 7 21

707 844 788 2339
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Team Standings
APA 21.9
Spalding Dot 20-10
Mini-Max 18V4-11V4
Wo. 2 18-12
Tahiti Jewelry 13-17
Colonial Insurance 10-20
Chart's Beauty Shop 10-20
Tasco Battery 9V4-20V4
Apa 2 Minimax 1
With Earle Best and Dick Soy Soy-ster
ster Soy-ster leading the way, the league league-leading
leading league-leading APA "Flyers" slowed Mi Minimax
nimax Minimax in their quest of fi rs t
place. For Minimax, Ted Melan Melan-son
son Melan-son bagged the most pins.
APA: Soyster, 558; P. Best,
408; Mitchusson, 439; Prusinow Prusinow-ski,
ski, Prusinow-ski, 533; E. Best, 564.
Minimax: Mclanso", 531; Gunn,
471; Rogers, 474; R. Schmidt,
408; T. Schmidt, 464.
, Spalding Dot 8
Tasco Battery 1
Spalding Dot kept pace with
APA by bouncing Tasco iBattery
for two points. B. J. Neison was
the big "bouncer" for Spalding
Dot with her 505 series while Pe-

lie Damian led Tasco Battery.

This two point win for Spalding
Dot shoved Tasco Battery down

in the cellar.

Spalding Dot: Thomas, 464: W.
Riley. 411: Nelson, 505; Colbert,

509 G. Riley, 522.

Tasco Battery: Balcer, 524;
Lang, 329'; T. Lowande, 359; E.
Lowande, 516; Damian, 561.
t Charl's Beauty Shop 2
No. 2 1
Led' by Art Roberts, Chart's
Beauty Shop moved out of the
cellar with a two point win over
Team' No. 2. Roberts "curled"
the- only 600 series of the nights

to lead Chart's Beauty Shop. Ray

Dube was high for Team No, 2.
Chart's, Beauty Shop: A. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 605; B. Roberts. 444: M. La-

Beau, 421; D. LaBeaii, 445;

Thompson, 461.
No. 2: Bur goon, 462: Borgis.

441; M.. Thompson, 412; La ne,
512; Lane, 512; Dube, 524. H

'Tahiti Jewelry J
Colonial Insurance 0
Socring the only shutout of ihe
night, Tahiti Jewelry swamped
Colonial Insurance. Leading the
jewelers were Tbelma Campy
and Ed Kunkel while no one
from Colonial Insurance managed
to score over 500.
Tahiti Jewelry: Minor, 458;
Gamby, 538; Barbour, 470; M.
Roberts, 422; Kunkel, 549;
Colonial Insurance: Klumpp,

456; Coleman. 416; Voss, 484;

Brown, 382; Toland, 479.

HOOFBEATS

By CONRADO SARGEANT

Jockey Amado Credidio topped
the list of suspended Jockeys last

weekend with a total of 14 meets.

Fernando Alvarez was a close sec-

end with 12 meets, while Virgilio

Castillo earned himself an enforced

six-meet vacation from riding at

the President Remon racetrack.
Credidio and Castillo got six
meets each for bearing out on the

first turn with Deauville and Last

Dust, respectively, causing Palave

to unseat Homero Hidalgo In Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's fifth race.

Credidio got an additional eight
meets for racing all over the track

with Aerial Trumpet in Sunday's
first race. He wns also penalized
with a 810 fine for riding Escar Escar-dillo
dillo Escar-dillo with his feet out of the stir

rups as a result of not having prop properly
erly properly checked his gear ebfore leav

ing the paddock for Saturday's

first race.
Alvarez got 12 meets for hit
ride on Di stingo. The latter, a
big favorite, raced poorly after
an impressive oer'ormanee the
previous week. The patrol iudpe
and the stewards all accused Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez of not urging hit mount te
the utmost.
After beine examined bv the

track veterinarian Monday. Tiistin Tiistin-go
go Tiistin-go was found to be lame and may
never rce again.

Jose M. Quintero was fined J5
for not using the correct colors on

Last Dust.

Fidel's trajner, Bernardo Domin Domin-Suez,
Suez, Domin-Suez, also got a $5 fine for using
colors other than those listed for
his hone.
Renata, which wound up a bad
trailer in Saturday's last race, got
two weeks suspension for bleeding
from the nostrils.
0O0
Sixteen- two-year-old Argentine

and Chilean colts and fillies were
nominated Monday morning for the

2,000 added six-furlong west In Indies
dies Indies Federation Classic which will
be run April 19 at the President
Remon racetrack.

Tanarik" Tierral. Arancel. Pons,

Nairobi, Rev Belot, La Pelirroja,
Gran Canitan. Falange, Montesco,
Luzbel, Big Sun, JSco, Stacato,
Miss Brunette and San Salvador
were the youngsters entered for
the classic.
0O0
Reports from a usually reliable
source inform that Panamanian
jockey Heliodoro (Papito) Gustines
will soon return to his homeland
under contract to the Haras Ca Ca-rinthia.
rinthia. Ca-rinthia. On the other hand, Jose
Ulloa plans to visit his native Chile
in the near future and is not sure
if he will return to Panama.
Gustines, who had dasiling suc success
cess success during the major part of his
stay in Mexico City at the Hipo Hipo-dromo
dromo Hipo-dromo do las Americas, hat been
having a tough time getting win winners
ners winners recently; His return would
at least give poker-faced Braulio
Baeza some competition.
0O0
La Estrella de Panama's con consistent
sistent consistent selector Donald Vincent
won the tiosters contest for the
month of March by ten ooints over
The Panama American's slumpin"
tioster. Vincent chalked up 365
'mints as comoared to 346 for The
Panama American and 35 for Luis
Romer of The Panama Tribune.

Romer,-incidentally, was by far
the hottest tipster of the final four
meets of the month. He won the
trimestral contest "going awav" by

four winners over The Panama

American. La E'trella de Panama
and La Hora which wound un in a
trio' tie for sennd rilace. Romer
totalled 124 while his contenders

had 120 each.
0O0
Track manaoer Pablo A. (Paol)
Thayer was feted with a buffet buffet-luncheon
luncheon buffet-luncheon Joday by the employes
of the President Remon raee raee-track.
track. raee-track. This date It the eond
anniversary of Thayer's taklno
over a eneral manager at the
local tn ck.
Twln hie two years at the helm

out at the modern Juan Diaz oval.

local racing has made great
strides forward thanks to the

enretic manager.

Only this week, anotner improve improvement
ment improvement has been added to local rac

ing. T0 Pew 14-tMl start"" gate

arrived on the Tnm" "npnv
eveninf and w"' orobaW e
nressed into use this coming week

end.

RANGERS SIGN WORSLEY

tsiww YORK rilPI) Goalie

Lome (Gumo) Worslev Monday
Warn the first New York Rang

er to sign a contract for the

1959-60 season, uenerai Manager
Muzz Patrick ssld Worsley re

ceived a "substantial" pay in

crease. ,SB

fMinneapolis Takes

Breather From NBA

MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. fllPF.

The Minneapolis Lakers were to

pause today irom their preuara

Uons for Saturday's NBA cham
pionship series opener to attend a
special public lunch.

ihe Minneapolis Chamber of
Commerce is sponsoring the lunca
to honor the 1. air Pr inr kaolins

St. Louis in the Western Division

piay-oH finals.
Veteran Vern Mikkelson r...

practice Tuesday because coacb
and general manager John Run Run-dla
dla Run-dla waa attending the NBA -meting
at Cincinnati.

Miller High Life

Golf Town

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Sports Briefs

WRITERS HONOR WITT

PITTSBURGH (UPII-ThA Pn,t

burgh chapter of the Baseball
Writers Association of Amenca
has voted pitcher fiennP ;v;t

outstanding Pittsburgh Pirate

rooKie tor 1958.

MjifaM OPENS TRAINING
DENVER fUPnPiti Rm.

- WtOUIOM
oil opened training MnnHau r,,.-

his Aorll 7 hea VVUfAloht kna.t aafta

.. J wui wil l
third-ranked Zor Folley. Seaman Seaman-off,
off, Seaman-off, a native of Munich. Germanv

now fights out of Milwaukee, WiV

Opens April 4
The Miller High Ule Invitational
Golf Tournament will be held al
Fort Amador Golf Course opening
Saturday, Aoril 4, 1?59, and is ex ex-nected
nected ex-nected to be the first of many such
tourneys coming to the Amador
links.
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The tournament is a straight
medal play, full hanrMea affair,
played over the' ? n par
course at Amador. A 72-hoW con contest
test contest with no qualification or
liminien. the winner will be
oVerm'ned by a low net score.
It will he held on the following
weekend dstes: April 4 and 5, 11
and 12. 18 ant1 19, and 2 and 26.
Entry blanks are available at all
r'anal Zne courses and nrize for
,Ke tournament are alresdv wT-rHs-"fav
at the Fort Amador Club. Ev Ev-crythinp
crythinp Ev-crythinp indicates that this will be
r"ord-hr-kini? event.
All starting timet and pairinos
will be posted by Priday, April 3,
or may be obtained by calling
Per Amador C-olf Club at 12-5231
or 5W1.

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PARHAM LUZ.-164 Cenral Ave IKHOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEa. teo. de It Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMYJuste AreatentmoAve, and 31 St. PAR.
mActo VAN HER 113-511 Street tio. IrMACIA EL BATURROParene Lt4 e 1 Street PARMACIA "SAS"Vie Pones III NOVEDADES Ann.
Deattle Bella Vida Theatre and primcb at WEI SuPor Markel MI VI& roped COLON OFFICE: Lath and Antador Guerrero No. Tel,'43L
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Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
Fester cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hate. New law
rates. Phone, Balboa 1666.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Oars L de P. Phone Pa Pan
n Pan ama 311177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: FURNISHED CHA CHALET,
LET, CHALET, WM, El Cangreie. Min Minimum
imum Minimum contract one year. Three
bedrooms, one with air-condition.
Two bathrooms, bot wa water,
ter, water, automatic washing machine.
$200.00. Phone 3-6070.
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Commercial Sites

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FOR RENT: Professional or
7,
commercial office on spround floor
;is Edificio Urraci, corner Ave. Bal Bal,
, Bal, boa and Foderice Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.0B. Call Panama
4 340380

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Rooms
,AEMIS
NMIMMO 1
FOR RENT: Furnished room
in pr.ivate residence. Bella Vista,
45th street No. 14.
Bridge Tournament

els Under Way
Stniday In 'Colon
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The open progressive-pairs bridge
Atournament sponsored by the Cir Cir'cut
'cut Cir'cut Ctivico Colonense will begin
!,at the, Hotel Washington Sunday
:at 2 Opp.
The Penis players are said to
be instiptop ,sbape. The Santa
, Cruz players have always taken
a prize and hope to do it again Pa Panama
nama Panama offers no challenge, but
v -it refuse none; Rio Abajo and
Pueblo Nuevo say they will be
there;4Colon refuses to comment,
they prefer action.
In addition to three pair of
- prizeseffered for first, sedond
and third places, door prize al also
so also will, be awarded.
Additional information lay be
obtained from J. O. Campbell. Co Co'
' Co' ion; Roy Cooper, Alti Barber and
Lucious Knight, Santa Cruz; C. E.
Stevens and E. Mattadens Paraiso;

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INSURANCE
JIM ;IDGE
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General Agee'
Gibraltar Life Ina. Co.
rates and btformation
TeL Panama 2-6552
Monday Ulm Friday
taloa a.m. te 12:118
I 2:00 pm. ea 5:414
faultily: Meg a.m. to Itie
REPAIR, SALES &
IN TALLATION SERVICE
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ONO'SRECORDERS
.: ErRIGERATOI1S
I CONDITIONERS
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Apartments I

FOR RENT2-4urnished sir un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment at El Can Caner.
er. Caner. Two bedrooms, living
room, dining room-, kitchen, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, !yield's reont, garage. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Nevem street No. 48.
Phone 2-2883.
FOR RENT:.Sma11 furnished
apartment. Excellent''iesidential
section. Clean and Independent.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:-1 bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 52nd. Street Rolla Vista.
Tel. 2-1661, during office hours.
FOR RENT:Fornished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedroom, living din dining
ing dining set, San Francisco, 86 Street
No. 6. Near Roosevert Theatre.
FOR RENT:--Largo and modern
threa bedrooms apartment, HO.
ingroom, diningroom, 3 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot water, maid's room,
garage, etc. Manuel Maria Ica la
Street, "Formentor" building.
$180.00. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT:-.-tiving soom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette, hitclien, apply
Apt. 2 Calle Darien No. 14-21
next street front 4th July Ave.
FOR RENT! Furnished, en
bedr:iins, apartment, garage. Ali
lances. 168 Via Belisarie
Forms
FOR RENT- in Cangreie mo modern
dern modern two bedrooms partment,
garage, hot yrater installation.
Tel. 3-7596.
FOR RENT: A'firti bedroom
apartment, maid71 room and
bath, independent laundry facili facilities,
ties, facilities, garage, codac-lined closets
with locks, wall sots, hot water
plumbing and hiator Collo losdi
Marti, El Cangrejo., Phono 2-
3094 9:00 cm. to 1:00 p.m.;
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
$50.00 furnishea apartment:
Refrigerator stove, etc. North
American 'Neighersc Tel. 2-
3343 & 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Furnished Apart.
mint, 1-hodroom. Screened. Til Tiled.
ed. Tiled. Sanitary Service good sur surroundings,
roundings, surroundings, Garage. $55.00 Ap Apply
ply Apply No. 112, Via Belisario Fo Forms
rms Forms near Roosevelt theatre.
Prichard Aubert, C. Clarke, and C.
Small, Panama; Rafael Armand,
Pueblo Nuevo ond Rio Abajn.
LEGAL NOTICE
SWIM STA:1;ES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
LatelStates District Court For
letrict et The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Martin J. Wax, Plaintiff vs.,Joy WaX,
Defendant. 8111111n01111 Case No. 4811 Ci Civil
vil Civil Docket 22 Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety
days after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer. judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
wiriness the Honorable Guthrie r.
Grow.. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone. this Nth day of March, 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
(Su
tiv Marley D. Soma
Deputy Merle,
To its, Wax
rise foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon yisu by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
crow. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated 13th day of March, 1959,
and entered and filed in this action in
the office of the Clerk of said United
States Diebict Court for the', Division
of Balboa, on March 13, 1959,
Sara de la l'oito
Clerk
Sy Mstian D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk

G
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Awills' Is this ssction Ads only sost 20.85 per soL Inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL' 2-0740

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Erni) loves
Service Felony.'
Finance Yonr New Or
tried Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE .C4
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new care
AGENCY DEJILINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4934 3-4933
All Types of Auto Insurance

SOLVES MEMO PROBLEM
ROGERS MESA, Colo. (UPI)
Melvin White was faced with a
staggering logistical problem
when his springer spamel sur surprised
prised surprised him with a litter of ,17
pups. The question was: How to
feed all 17 at once. White sliced
an old automobile tire in half,
, 1forming a continuous circular
trough. He says there is enough
"elbow room" tor the whole litter.

IAutlimobiles

FOR SALL-52 Oldsmobile 4
Afoot sedan, $375.00. Phone 86.
2203 Mistook.
FOR SALCBeautiful Sunbeam
Alpine Convertible Sport car.
For information tall 3-1141 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:.1950 Buick Simla!
4 door sedan; automatic trans transmission.
mission. transmission. new brakes linings. good
Fires. excellent condition. $295.
House 714-B. Narks, Balboa.
Tel. 2-4247.
FOR SALE:.-1957 Ford wagon,
6 cyl., standard, accessories,,por accessories,,porfact
fact accessories,,porfact condition, Balboa 1.253.
FOR 51-ALE:--1958 Ford fouler
sedan, 6 cylinders, radio. 7,000
miles. Telephone, Balboa 2815.
FOR SALE: One Chevrolet
model 1954 truck, 112 ton..
closed. 6 cylinders top 7 x 8
x 12 ft. Revised. Call Pan
Amprican World Airways. Tel.
2-0670 to see it and buy it for
$1180.00.
FOR SALE: 1949 'Lincoln.
Brakes, Clutch Overhauled.
Good tires, radio. Passed C.Z.
inspection $175.00. House 1187
Morgan Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
2 door Be lair, with powerglide,
radio, etc. Eltellent condition.
Phone Albrook 86-228, Mon Monday
day Monday thru Friday, 7:00 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. or Panama 4-0391
after 4:00 p.m.
IOR SALE: ,- 1957 Cadillac 4
door, looks and runs like new.
Can be financed. Will accept
small convertible as part Pal,-
. ment. Calle Cafe Sitton, office
hours.
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FOR SALE: Pontiac
Hard Top Automatic Dries --a
Excellent condition --1 WAY
tires. Balboa 2-3193
1
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FOR SALI: 2-door black
Packard $200.00. Contact D,
Powers. Quartets 2101-8 Cu Curondo.
rondo. Curondo. Home 113-5140. Office
87-7210.
Panamanian To Take
Course In Tropical
Forestry In Ps Rico
Pablo Jaime Be llido left this
week for Puerto Rico for a three threemonth
month threemonth training course in tropical
forestry, under a program spons sponsored
ored sponsored and prepared by the Interna International
tional International Cooperation Administration
(Point Four).
Bel lido is a nurseryman and
forestry extension agent working
with the office of forestry, of the
Ministry of Agriculture, Com Commerce
merce Commerce and Industries, which is en engaged
gaged engaged in the creation of school
forestry projects, government and
privately owned forests.
This office supervises three
forestry nurseries in order to take
care of the needs N. seedlings. It
conducts campaigns with the co cooperation
operation cooperation of schools, primary and
secondary, parents and communi communities,
ties, communities, aimed at creating a ,forestry
conscience and making known the
importance of forestry to the eco economic
nomic economic development of the country.
During Bel lido's training course,
emphasis will be given to forestry
nurseries and forestry extension.
This will help him, upon his re return
turn return to Panama, to solve problems
in forestry nursery plagues, ger germination
mination germination and storage of seeds and
time for sowing and transplating.
oliae
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TURN IN 3;000 BOMBS
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities reported today that
members of cthe former EOKA
underground e movement turned
in nearly 3,000 bombs in the Past
three days.' The 'explOsives were
surrendered in the wake, of the
London agreement pledging inde independence
pendence independence of Cyprus from British
rule.

IHome Articles

FOR SALE aLeaying Isthmus
Keivinator refrigerator, pantry,
,typewritei. Tel. 3-1739.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse refri refri'
' refri' aerator, 612 cat. ft. smicbovirted:
60 cycle, porcelain. lined, Inside
',2's and out.4- $65.00. Tel. 6-51,
Gamboa,' house 0467, Ape. C.
FOR SALEt--1 Persian rug Vat
x1012, 3 Persians rugs 3 V2 X
512. Phone Cristobal 1689.
Mornings.
FOR SALEsTwo refrigerators.
one 9 cu.'foot, one 7 Y2 cis. foot;
one Sandie washing machine;
0950, Arnador Road; cell Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2315 fron 6 to 9.
FOR SALE: 21 Inch RCA
blonde consolo TV set. Tele.
phone, Balboa 2815.
FOR SALE: Modern chair
with ottoman, made in U.S.'
wardrobe, buffet, Frigidaire, 1
year old,. radio, sicend player,
Zenith table model, chain
table, Venetian Blinds, used
winter clothing. Balboa 1309,
4
116,10
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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Teems
Gibraltar Life
Elks 1414
Spur Cola
Lincoln Life
Seymour,
Police
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6 3
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4 5
4 5
4 5
3 6
' loymour Gibraltar Life 4
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Seymotu Agency have the idle
Elks a' big lift, because the Sey-1
mours took the measure of the Gi Gibraltar
braltar Gibraltar Lifers, and threw the
second haltinto a tie for' the
leadership. t
Both the Elks,- Aial-,,Gibraltare
have one more game tr:plarif
both should win there game, the
two teams, will meet, in, a .,, one
lame sudden deathstaeries. If the
Elks should win in playoff, then
the .championship ries of three
game would take place between
the seine 'two teams.
Yesterday Seymour lumped to
an lead-in th4irst inning, bat the
Gibraltars .prOmpials tied up the
battle. The Seymours forged
ahead In the third inning an &mut
pn to win,
Bob Farrell scaterred sevin of
the Gibraltars hits kept and things
Iswell undercontrol except in the
second inning. Opposing Farrell,
was southpaw Gene Hermanny,
and two of the Seymour batters
enjoyed his offerings Bob Blaney
lad a perfect day at the plate
with three and George Black rec,;-,orpri
fwn eafe xmnekR.
Both Blaney and Black had ex ex.
. ex. Ira base blows of two base calibre.
I But the biggest blow of the game
came when little Tommy Her Hermanny,
manny, Hermanny, trying to help his big bro broither
ither broither Gene, smacked a rousing
triple. Other extra base hits went
Ito Bob Lawyer and Johnny Cana Canavaggio.
vaggio. Canavaggio.
GIBRALTAR LIFE
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rieoys

ION, SAL : Inottod of
S L Ittle'-
smooth ,fated Tarraoote Maks
5"x12"x12 S130.00 thousand
11,
e 'a a a dral2"11 2" $104.00.
thousand cash. I Ifator14 SA.
Phone 3-0160. ; ,'
FOR SALE: --, 2E" sirle bi bicytio.
cytio. bicytio. Good soodition. Poommo
3-2600. ;4
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FOR SAL r 4,-.. ment trip.
Ford Station ,, Wa on Country 1
Sedan V-S, 19 7 ,-- P r fact
throughout; $200 .00 st a a h.
English feep (Lan over) 1953
like the first day 900.00. All
Fiberglass Runabout Thunderbi4
(Jeronimo) 16 ft.1 convert,11414-
tops two Johnson 35; Amer- '''
ican trailer, double mono, pa..
noramie windshield, -.like now
2000.00. Nash. Ra bler 1951
3225.00 Inspected, in Panama
Water p u m pi, onstruerion
winches complete wi h gas me.
torsi- Miscellaneous nstruction
materials and .,, qui lint. Call
3-7493 or inspect p onally at
the office of Ing. Ern de Die.
90 next to the Bella Vista nisi nisite4w
te4w nisite4w
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,PERSONALS
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USAF (13OETrnilibit Btitiet
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Mr et ithters huded a giant iBerlin. ,,

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Mr et 1 hters buded a giant
1.I.S: (Air' fee '0130 ,transport
rtilting a round-trip flighi to Ber Bern
n Bern last 'Friday.
The ,buzzing ineldent was re
let I
1( The ,buzzing incident was re reported
ported reported as the ,Soviets sought to
clamp a "ceiling blockade" on the
vital air corridors to, West Berlin,
it was discloseck'''':,' 1 ,,
The incident, involving the U.S.
I Air ,Fweefs biggesX, airlift -Ironsrrerf
le)rTnItVristi; Treltire;t7 11111111r
0 ,Ing 3
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in Berlitytince,,Moscow, greeCto
negot e future of isolated
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city t a May 11 foreign rustet
co erence. ,
--.
Authoritative quarters said the
United, States protested to the
Rassians against the buzzing and
rejected a Soviet move to limit
the ,altitude of Western flights in
t .' thre, corridors) to Berlin to
It 'ceiling 'of 10,000 feet. The big
I.S. plane was flying at 25;000
Inform-ed sources saii the Got;a
Friday buzzeng incident, 'dis-,
closed yesterday, occurred during
the first of at series of supply
flights 'to t the us. gaivison in
I West, Berlin, by the, C130 turbo turboipron
ipron turboipron transport aircraft.
' Three Sovitt MIGs butzed the
.
'folanecoming within five to 10
eet of ,the American transport-14
1.both 'on,-- the flight to West Berlin
and on the return flight to the
West, the source -said. The liar
rassing took place despite the fart
that the U.S. aircraft was within,
.
Ar,:Turbojello.,ket:H.
4010dei.,.!nlreiis;:,.:,..:.:,
(10iiiekliiiillli:::,,-,
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--An Air. Force KC-I35 turbojet
tinker plunged to earth in flame,s
late last night and exploded, spew-1
ing bits of ,wreckage and bodies
over..10 acres .6f dense wooded hill,
,country.'
114.4;10okesman:,'etBergstrom Air
r6e.Base tear.' Austin,- Tex.,
whet theailene 4all. based said.
, it derriere normal erew of- four.','
Bat in- 'spokesman'A:st' Gray Air,
Forei Base near pleleen said the
'tanker carried a crew ?,of four
officers and- ontlenlisted- men.
The Air Force whithheld ',the
names- of the crew members. it it,
, it, -ner6 th.4 next,-nr: kin (can
be notified and to secertain wheth wheth..er
..er wheth..er any escaped.:
Policeman John.Parr teld the
lorgest-thing rrescue parties found
at the scene was one engine.
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IG Jet Fighters
the regular "south corridor'', t
Berlin.
The C130 was flying it 25,000
feet beth on thi, in and put,-botind
nights. The passport, also knowit
as the Ilereulek Is ,a giant,sraft,
with pressurized cabin and per perates
ates perates most efficiently, at ,higit4Iti ,higit4ItiThe
The ,higit4ItiThe Soviets later formally pro protested
tested protested the C130 flight and', rile riledared
dared riledared that, no American, or other
Allied plane, ;nay- flY above 11.0.0,09,
feet whezt-i:4rossiNt Ost get,
Many. :,- tohm 4
,4,'The United States,, howeVer,
ready had protested the, Soviet
ibuzzing, arguing that the Russian
MIG's endangered air safety with
their harrassing maneuvers.
' oThe U.S. representative 'at the
four,power Berlin Air Safety Cen Center
ter Center had filed the normal tight
plan with the '-- Soviet -.controller
before the Fridar flight,and the
Soviet officer -protested .! aghinst
t,he planned altitude 'at the -time,
it was learned,
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the market to' date is onl, 1.4 per
cent shove ther1958 year-endflerel,
compared rwitir a 381 pet eent.,
rise in the year-ago period, Stan Standard
dard Standard and Poor's says it regards
the slowdown in the nature of 'a
breathing spell.
,, Edmund W, Tabell of Walston
and Co. mentions as 'good values'
Northrop Corp., apparently being
overlooked' in the search Jot mis misSite
Site misSite and electronie stocks,although
nearly 70 yergeent of its lmsiness
comes from z these and' related
products; c, Wilson, :sod,' CO., avnose
earnings arel-estinietet,Ot a ?tic's.'
sible 84.50 -a share' fOr Abe fiscal
year.ended Oct. 31, 1959 compared
with 83.10 in 1958. ,,,
, Over-subscription of the Treits Treitsury's
ury's Treitsury's 500-million-dollar offer' of.,10,
I
year, 4 per cent bonds, secor ing
to International Statistical Bu Bureau
reau Bureau suggests some ,Anves ors
may bczturning to bondr, instead
,of stommen stocks. ', rj ,
Investors Advisory Instititte, Ali AliCussing
Cussing AliCussing the giant over-the-couhter
Market "St "a mediumt for profits profitsbte
bte profitsbte investMent, recommends ten
'unlisted istues which it feels htive
"better-than-liveragen appreciation,'
potentiah Diebold., Electronic As-'
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sponsor, &lecture by, Dean Peter,.
son, 4, Pathway to , '1
God" tonight at tp.m.-in Bishop
Morris. Hall of the; Cathedral et
St. Lithe in, tAncon.
Dean Peterson gsve thlit lecture
earlier In thelear atlhot
Y.M.C.A..' at Dart 'ef I series 08
"Adventures in Reglinn7kand tow :
ati the, requestoof the .Clidir Guild
is repeating it for ,the, benefit of
those, SOU) ,did -not helm, him.
ChoirS and 14 friends from local ;
churcbes- hive been invited to
share ,the, evening.
' In addition, to lecturing on the
history of the develomnent of reit
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WASHINGTON WPI)--The' Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Departnient said Iyeter
day that Aiinericans'sinekedlriore
cigarets than ever hefore last
year.
It estimated that 436,300,000,000
cigarets were consumed within
the continental United States.
This means a yearly total of
185 packages,. 'or 3,700 smokes,
per person 15 years 'ot age,,,end
older. Thatfigures...outto- rough roughly
ly roughly half a pack a day. ,.-,
Adding in -tterseas military
sales, consumption in t.g. pos.
sessions and exports, total U.S.
cigaret output reached 470 billion,'
upe28 billion or-6 per cent from 1
the previous high In 1957.
The increased, -smoking oc ocJared
Jared ocJared desp)te 0200141, evglence
offered by meclicst gronps that
there is a relation between use of
cigaret and the incidenee of lung
cancer.
The Agriculture. Department
said the sharp use could be at attributed
tributed attributed to an increase In the
teen-age population. ,the increas increasing
ing increasing percentage of women smok smoking
ing smoking and the tendency of persons
who switch to. filter-tipped cigar cigarets
ets cigarets to smoke more than, when ,us ,usino
ino ,usino non-filter tips. ,
The amount spent on Cigarets
at the retail lever last Year was
about 55,700,000,000. Federal and
gross state taxes; accounted for
about 52.440,000.000, or 43 Per
cent of the total retail expendi expenditure.
ture. expenditure. The federal tax on eigarets is
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President Eisennower, howeven howevenhas
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8-cent rate until July 1, 1960.
Filter tip clgarets m 1958 conOtT,IP',.
prised 45 per cent of the total;,!4-
output. Five years ago the filter-:
tips totaled only percent of 4
output.
Regular size cigarets in4958-fol
taled 311,per cept.okoutput,whileti,
king size accounted or 19 per 4
cent. Five years. ago regular Size' '1' fs
smokes were about 63 per' cent"":
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Economicsts writing In tha de;-,13 i
partment's publication, "The To. '4,11 .1
bacco Situation,' said output and fil
consumption of cigarets and tigltivj
ars in 1959 are expected to top ne,,t
last year's record. The percent.
age of gain, however, is not ex.q
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from 1957 to 1958.

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cocred desp)te atatistiCal, ewdence ars in 1959 are expected to top 6.4 ;
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' .4 , --.n there is a relation between use of age of gain, however, is not evi,4
, ,.',, .,.......,,--,,--,-4.,.....gt POM11040W4INIJOS IT I I TERRIPieD011) AN'AVAY1 no.r I salvo' 1 14MM.D1D YOU A oetttiliSte 06 ATIA1101 t), ,,,11: ,' ,,'?' .ijk7 '' N.-- 7.---- '''" ''''' 44"; I;N'i A -rH.1.
i cigaret and the incidence of tung pecte to be as large as the gala ,I"- ....
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- ''. '-; ...' ;i4SN'T illtiiiEitigt ItivA1).. HIM AS, L. CANS INI 111,5rAgel AT USED IM ELSE UNUSUAL; A GAS THAT HAD. OVERCOME 7v,,). ),,tok.'r,,,,,L44,1114',,qt,,,,,,;': --.447Z,:A.. The Agriculture., Department ---- --- -- ---- , ,,,, ,,
- t ','' :', '' ..'";., ,., BIT VCIEs witta DIP WiltI HE TRIED TO HIS LAB bh,, ;1,11 ligoblitatiStil?ppeNID .... 4 ,, .,2, ',k r., ,,,,,-;:zw, 7, -4., ,,;,. ., IL, INe07,,ii, said the sharp use could be at- WINS RECORD POOL .4'4
. .', ." .,Fpt .7 TERRIFY IIIM get Allikkginit'Hillit.VE4 1S5T51; lilt --4' r A witim"ur ALISG. ,' 4 qvi:k ' tilr' '2'' tributed to an increase 'in the
ROME (UPI) An unidentt-,,,,,4,
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, fled bettor, who signed his entry ,
, 14,1 ,, ,r, ., gROKEN ki- .;, : P tij, 11 14t i I -2
''t 5 4, - 1, ' I -V ,'' I ;Its, ing percentage of women smok smoking
ing smoking and the tendency of persons
A it, E '; -ea i '-'.'' I II 1111 to, '311-5 ---rs. -1,'. ',,1 N ,44..?
qw ,,'V L.,.... .....0" , v
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$392,568 in Sunday'a ,Itallan foot.
who switch to. filter-tiPped ',cigar ',cigar,
, ',cigar, 411 ,i' .; ; -. - , ), I all pool. Officials said. it was Ile k
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THE' FIRST SKYSCRAPER OFFICE BUILDING in the residential area of PanainkeitroPened
its doors last,night, when Cemento Panazne08.A.,,,decoratelLits two top flobrs, tor 9,n riateural
buffet. Samuel Boyd, the firm's president, welcomed members ofrthe Panam4 bushlessr.com7
munity, and government officials, headed by, President Ernesto de la Ouardia,,,Ir., and Ws cab,
inet Including the ground floor, lab which a Chase-Manhattan Bank branch office will
move, the Cement Company Building reaches Cr, stories up. A restaurant Will occupy ,the,top
floor. Other tenants will include the Colombian Embassy, several;Poirit' 4 offices, Tradax In International,
ternational, International, Cia. San Juan, SA., and, the offites oft Fibrega, !Apes end Pederescht. 'I'he Ce Cement
ment Cement Company Building is one of several skyscrapers recently started. in the rapidly expand expanding,
ing, expanding, trade 'area around Hotel El Paname. Hilton, ,

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WASHINGTON (IIPI)' Presi-',
dent Eisenhower signed to' law
yesterday a bill 4 -exte ing for
three months -.emerg. cy 1 unem-,
ployment pay benefi for an es estimated
timated estimated 405,000 Jobless workers.-
, The measura-eatries on tempc.'
rarily last year's emergency aex
tension, .which was due', ta expire
at midnight last night. i';
4 The President signed the,lnear.1
tti
ure in the', wake, o.--a bor,,De
partment report, that In a-. major
industrial centers safer cl.-,'1'sub.,-
stantiar,.., uneniployment, last
month than during March; 1958.
That was 'when thei,,,tecession
neared its worst, ,--, , ,i, ,,,,,,
The report named 74 areas
where unemployment exceeded, 6
per cent of the labor-forget corn cornpared
pared cornpared with .the 'all-time Ingb,,,el
, 89 last July. , .: , '.r -0,,,,n

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TAIPEI, April 1 (UPI)--Nationalist Chinese air force planes are dropping leaflets'
and minor relief supplies. over Tibet, Taipei newspapers quoting informed sources said
tOdaY.
Air drop mission to anti-Communist fighters on the roof of the 'world have been go going
ing going on for some time, the reports said.
Anti-Communist leaflets printed in the Tibetan language and consolation bags con containing
taining containing towels, toothbrushes and eimilar items are being showered on. the revolt-torn,
llimalayan religious state, the reports said.. ,
The newspapers in almost identical reports said' their sources 'WOW not disclose
whether arms, ammunition, signal equipment and other military supplies promisedby
th Nationalists are being parachuted to the anti-Communists.
Official government quarters refused to confirm or deny the airlift opol-ations to
remote Tibet

But reports that Nationalist
pianes have broken across the
lofty HiMayall barrier and into
:Tibetan skies have circulated
Widely in Taipei in recent days.
The quoted sources did not
!disclose whether airlift planes planeswere
were planeswere operating from Formosa
'or from closer bases in friendly
Southeut Asian nations.
The distance from Fnrmosa to
:Tibet is approximately the dis disAance
Aance disAance from New York to Cara Cara:cas.
:cas. Cara:cas. Nationalist air drop flights
, behind the Bamboo Curatin
are not new. For the past
several years the government
; has reported leaflet and air
t supply flights over Comma Comma;
; Comma; mist China. proper.
a Sources quoted in local news newspapers
papers newspapers also said that repre representatives
sentatives representatives of ftesident Chiang
'Kai-shek's govern ra e n t will
leave for Tibet within a few
-days to meet anti-Communist.
'leaders who reportedly still are
lighting the Chinese Commu Commuiiists
iiists Commuiiists in areas outside the king kingllom's
llom's kingllom's major cities.
Communi,t China has warned
Ifforeign nations against inter interItring
Itring interItring hi Tibet where it admit

Mather Or Not'

Thb weather report for the 24
hours ending S a. m. today Is
rpated by the Meteorological
nd Bydrographle Branch of the
ziami Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
,
TEMPERATURB:
;; High 92 84
LOW 74 78
1
HUMIDITY
High 89 82
s-Low 51 72
WIND:
(max. mph) N-20 N-18
RAIN (inches) T 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 71 81

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.76
;1Madden Dam 230.54
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BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, APRIL
NIGH
Time Ht.
11:23 a.m. 12S ft.
11:51 p.m 12.7 ft.
LOW
Time Ht.
4:53 a.in .. 2.2 ft.
5:30 p.m. 2.9 ft.

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ted the ant4-Communist revo4
still boiled.
Th warning was ,directly
chiefly to India. It coincided
with reports that the Dalai
Lama had eluded a massive
air-ground hunt and was
nearing the Indian border,
possibly to seek asylum in In India.
dia. India. Unconfirmed reports. said the
Chinese Reds were using planes
in the attmept to spot-the Dalai
Lama, the spiritual and tem temporal
poral temporal ruler of Tibet who is re revered
vered revered as a living Buddha.
There were reports also that
the Reds had dropped para paratroops
troops paratroops south of the Brahmputra

Algerian Guerilla

Leader Amkouche
Ambp'shed By French

AttrEn ItTPI) Rebel "Col "Colonel
onel "Colonel Amirouche," most' ruthlessyi
end successful guerrilla leader in
Algeria, was shot 'death b
French troopa,Friday;the French
arrny, annotuKed.Anday,-,
Amirouche's eiploit 'in'ade1
him 1-bero 'it, Moslem Algerians'
and the most-wanted man in Al Algeria
geria Algeria to the French. He was onlr
33 years old.
He W8S caught in an ambush'
and cut down as he and his body bodyguard
guard bodyguard tried to shoot their way to
freedom,
Another rebel leader,"Bi Haoues,
died later of wounds received in.
the same battle, French sources
said. other Alonriln rebels
were ldlled or wounded.
Amirouche and Si. Haoues were
trapped as .they returned from a
conference of rebel leaders near
Bou Saadet, 150 miles southeast
of Algiers.
It was one of the,biggest propa propaeanda
eanda propaeanda victories scored by the
French in the four-year Algerian
war. Amirouche, an Arab, had
caught the admiraPon of the Mos Moslem
lem Moslem oopulation with his daring
guerrilla exploits during the past
two years.
His forest hideout in the Kabv Kabvlie
lie Kabvlie mountains never was fotmd,
11" 01.71 111 V,r,71,4 tornfl 4-en'ss,
aircraft and'heWoptiri Art- fre frequent
quent frequent weeps through the wild
cnuntryie.; ,, ;
Amirouche's coMbInation of mil military
itary military know-how and general
sharpness reorganized the rebel
commsnd in the Nabylie and
T" 6'N A (or the smoothest oper operating
ating operating in Algeria.
Avoiding pitched battles with
1-..tfor-PrmPri end equinoed
French forces, Amirouchcand his
men would choose the' spot for
their attacks with great care and
carried off many daring raids on
army installations.

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River to try to cut off the Dalai
Lama's escape.
The Reds deposed the Dalai
Lama following the open rebel rebellion
lion rebellion in Lhasa and replaced.
with the puppet Panchen Lama.
Moscow Radio accuaed the
United States and Britain of
sparking the "reactionary" re rebellion
bellion rebellion in the ancient Himala Himalayan
yan Himalayan kingdom.
It Said "imperialist circles of
the U.S.A. and -Britain have
long hankered after the terri territory
tory territory of Tibet and 10.'years ago
they drew -up a plan for seiz seizing
ing seizing this territory and turning
it into their colony."
The Communist Chinese. how however,
ever, however, appeared more concerned
ye., the Indians.
Prime Minister lawaharlal
Nehru Monday expressed sym sympathy
pathy sympathy far the Tibetans and
rejected Thhiess
that the Indian parliament
should not discuss China's
internal 'affairs."
The official Peiping People's
Daily followed up Nehru's state statement
ment statement with a thinly-cloaked'
warning that he mind his own
business. The warning w a s
broadcast by Radio Peiping.
In one' -' breath, the official
CommunastNetilnese .11eRpaper
called "Chitte'te, great,'
friendl neighboe and: In the
next accused it of acting at a
springboard for the revolt.
The People's Daily said Indial
and 'Ilbet's other neighbors in
the Himalayan were serving as
"props" for the rebellion and
that,:,Tibetari insurgents were
'11.sing the Indian border town
of Kalimpong as -a .Lcenter. for
colluaion with imperialism, the
Chiang Kai-shek clique and for-eign
reactionaries.' Nehru al already
ready already had rejected similar ,ear ,earlier
lier ,earlier charges.
"The rebellion in Tibet and
its suppression are entirely lit litternal
ternal litternal affairs of 'China," the
newspaper, assertedv "no foreign
country should interfere in the
rebellion."

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Con' sumer Must Rise
In Prolest To Halt
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WASHiNGTON (UPI) Sen.
Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) said
the "forgotten'' American
consumer must, rise up protest
if the inflation plaguing the Unit UnitIiii
Iiii UnitIiii ed States is ever to be ailed.
He maid a. tabinet-level depart department
ment department of consumers which he pro proposed
posed proposed recently was the best way
for "lonely" -consumers to make
their voice a heud above the
"strident clainor" of special in interests.
terests. interests. Kefauver, -chairman of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Anti-hionopply subcommittee,
said on a television program (ov (over
er (over Tennessee stations) that the
department would bring 'the
voicei of unerganized groupa to
bekr on. government activities
that might lend te hurt the con consumer'e
sumer'e consumer'e dollar. .
Three California congresmen
took differing .1Jews on inflation
in a bmdcast aired in their
home state.
Rep. Edgar W. Hiestand (R (RCalif.),
Calif.), (RCalif.), a member of the House
Banking' Comm i-tt ea, said the
main cause of inflation wax gov government
ernment government spending, espeCially defi deficit
cit deficit spending.
Freshman Rep. Gordon A. Ka Ka'sem
'sem Ka'sem (D-Calif.) said inflation was
something to be concerned-. about,
but was "not anything that should
be raised as- a perpetual and con constant
stant constant bogey man 'to justify inac inactivity
tivity inactivity when there should be activi activiV.'
V.' activiV.'
Kasem said federal help for
education, highway construction
and other activities was justifies!
because the United States is a na nation,
tion, nation, "not ,a-ooatedera cy. of
states.'"
Rep. Charles Ili. Teague (R (RCalif.)
Calif.) (RCalif.) said if the country b bmended
mended bmended "r ether costly prd prdgrams"A
grams"A prdgrams"A then,C o n'af rest should
'have. the ,courage to, raise taxes
to, put ourselves on a pay as you
go balls,"

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WASHNGTON,, April 1.--(111PI)--.ssesion yesterday. issued a joint would seek to narrnw their diger diger'
' diger' statement warning Moscow that a ences on two specific issues:,
The western big four foreign min- 1,
summer summit conference -mint
isters today tackle the tough .prob- be preceded by progress at the for- Berlin: -They' will continue to
lem of what kind of a deal to offer eign ministers level, ' seek a formula for revising the
Russia on 'Berlin if Soviet Prernier status of the city, if the, Russians
Nikita Klirushchev insists on early Officials said the ibur,allies 'are Insist QII pressing for a change' in
showdown,negotiations. in general agreement on an Airier- The present east-west division.,The
' ican plan calling for conclusion ot British were reported to favor of ofOfficials
Officials ofOfficials said the allies also must security and disarmament pacts at fering a form of four-power-control
wrestle at morning and afternoon various, stages,along the road to of Berlin under a -single adminis adminissessions
sessions adminissessions with the question of wheth- German unifications, b e g inning tration. .
er totry to negotiate separate a- with a loose "confederation" be- ,
greements with Russia on security tween East and West Germany. The 'United States, supported:by
and -arms reduction if, the Krem- France and West Germany,' is said
lin refuses, to tie such pacts into a However, the allies 'were reliably to favor retaining the presenf setIlog-range
plan for German unifi- reported to differ considerably On up but being prepared to deal with
cation. just what to do if the Russians re- the. German Communists as. 44ae
fuse to consider the long-range knowledged agents" of the Soviet
British foreign secretary Selwyn "package" and ,demand immediate Union if RusSia turns East Berlin
Lloyd,. Fernch foreign minister negotiations on various European over to the local Reds and, gives
Matinee Couve de Murville and problems- 1 thern control- of allied access
U.S. acting secretary of state Officials said the four western routes. '. ,
Christian Herter, after an initial representatives at today's sessions -, :, ', s
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otiE114.',RANDOLPH Moe: PATli;e1 om"Maridant Of the T.T.S. Marine
Corps, toured theU.S.ArMy Caribbean School at Fort Gulick
during his visit to the Canal Zone. Here Pato and Col. Cecil
Mimes, school corrunandant, enter the school's main building.
pats and hie narty lett the Isthmus this Moraing4' ,
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Tanker s,,,Caplain,,-;,-
,
Off Crash':
iSinta Rosa
,
NEW,' YORK "(UPI) The
captain; of tanker y,alchent,,
'which was' nearly cut in, half ,,bt
a collisiOnAvitit the l'linet4Sante
Rosa last ',week;73elititissi,:yester',:
1day that thit'two' shiPe-taine011,
getiter momentratter
led to the bridge. t
Louis L. 'M'OrphY &Hist
Guard. board of 'inquiry-. that he
Pl'esumed his second mate,. -Clyde
Lupton, did not summoo him tar tarlier
lier tarlier because he did not ;Amyl.
l'tim";" feel' that. ID- didn4't'-,-ealt' me mebecause
because mebecause ,immediate action was
necessary," said Murphy.
Four crewmen on the Valchein
was killed in the collisionthat
occurred,off the coast of New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey in log last' Thursdayt
Capt. Frank S. Silvik, ot the
Rosa, said in testimony,. Monday
that ,the collision probably could
have been .avbided it be bad
swerved to the itght liliteid Of
left. -!. '
MurPhy itild tit ii not in '6.10
whether the- tanker wall motint
at the time of the Collision tn
statement last Fridayle sild the
Valchem bad 'stopped before the
1 Ranta Rosa's bow sliced Into it.
,The'"centals',,toid;.,the, hoant
Inquiry 4hat le heard hisniate
ordering hard tight turn Di he
arrived- on the bridge,evidentIy a
desperate maneuver to avoid the
oncoming liner.
After the collision,' Ile saki be
noticed that the engine telegraph
was in a "stop" nosition. He said
he Was certain that it had not
been touched after the crash.

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,,In :1-another development, Als1-0 I, I
CIO President George Mean
-asked, Secretary,-.-vf,, Commercit r,
Leviis 1..Strauss,to releaae March., 4
un ployment"- figures advancg'-1 4.4
au ,T; CIO unemploymenti.,1
conference, The ,figuree,1
are-; normally:. released About- the,
,each;. month, P'. -,
.,,,m4143,, pew'. askett
forthe early report so it Can deal,
with ,"fa,cts,t not, guessee' at It'
, rally of lobleit workers and unioa
Meeting:la- designeit
to pressure, Congress -end the ad;i4
imMistratiolf, for-' action:to boistot
r. the IBC011014s '" r"
ilAianyli)14:Strittillthit I
ployment dropt ,by 250,001:,
to.300,000 during March-The num,
;bet -of Tebriati war4,7404"
'000.; r -4 ,,
,; auhatantial- drop'.' far
'be tx,cesx,-rif-200,000,, would. still
.1eliire,tta vith'it serious unemployi
tent' ;'-!,-problenitl-.'. :Meant, wrott
.StrauSs,4-T I; ", :
thei recession-lorl
eittensilm of Jobless, benefit, t
new. act "nigried','Tuesdayf'exten,de ,: 4'4
fideraLbenefitsAo.Jobless,-workerat
who- hive,exhatisted ,regular state
'
compensation-,-Provlded the state 4
',Jake on,'a. federal,:
loetrAnd,,,or':t0 bike .tax -rates Po ''
',emptoyerst;16,,Ainance-, exten,,-;
sioli.'XintentlYlVstates are ,pat.
ticipating,,lullyffit- the' emergency i
extension.;ind others,' 'ere;
pating , '!-!ido!
, The ,'' LOOP bePartment,'; eatt4fl,
milted the extension' Wetild4
provide payments-totaling:7S Int&
non'..dollert tome'405,000 Job40,
less'ivorkers who- bad r' mchausted,
state 'benefits.
;: 046
rUmlnated front The'lloal meliV4
use ,44,that cleared ; Congress ore :
Wednesday, was a Senate-passel
Ifeaturc which-would- have- erten&
ed the;:lederal benefits for
,worker.','-exfiauting '''state- beitefit,41,,
within the coming', three-month 01;li
tenaleire'period.

Ricardo-lancer president of,the
Panamt istewspapermelfs4ssocia
tion, discus1'0e production of
a community '1 newspaper, at this
week Meeting 't nt the ',Panaml
Rotary:Club,
- 4 :,
Th'i 'guest apeakeit-foic the lf:30 'to
'Thursday luncheon, session in the ;
-Bella 'Vista Room of the, Hotel. El ft
Panama Eiltonwilt ho-,Introduced
Rptarian Carlot,Arosemena, t

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!:,) repared by the Meteorological Sus:du wss Ls -Drone for the rebellion and
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',1;Hlt FIRST SKYSCRAPER OFFICE BUILDING ,in the residential area 'of Paltanti,"City -.opened Santa ,Eosa'a bow silted:Into Ass '--Ricardostinees president:IvAU ',
nd Hydrographie Branch of the Dre calr,leu, "1:.117.1 uu..7..... that,-,Tibetan Insurgents were night w en CementcsFanamassilAs.decoratedsits twes Op t tia .. ,,, . ,, s n .--- ,- a ..
os Pantile NewspapermelfisSAssociass.
, S' the Indian border town '''' dc)rs'
- last ,', h t floors; or an l tgliral The-, captain, told git board
riami. Canal Company: Another rebei ieaaer, si tiaoues, using
beret. SamuelBoyds the firm's presidents welcomed members ofrthe 'Panamasbushsess Scorn. inquiry-pat she hear ,'hiS,Splate t wut,niseuts tne, roguction hf
,e..
died later of wounds received in of maim:song its -a tenter' for io I I, p t I
,
- s Balbea Cristobal the same battle, French sources chihto-1011 with imperialism, the witty: and government ,-officials, headed by, President Ernesto -de la Guardia,,Irs'And hisScab,i ordering ', a liard, tight, tars ss se aseonsihuni y new, spapersat, th I -,
, ,,, :
said. gi- nther Aionriln rebels inet Including the ground floor int0 which a Chase-Manhattan Bank branch soffice swill arrived- on, the bridges-evidently a week's ,Theeting :t at Ihis,SPallamit ; ,'
2,, i ,,, Chiang Kai-shek clique and for-
s ITMSPERATURB: were ldlled or wounded. eign reactionaries." Nehru al- ' sto 1 A t t will th to des rate aneu er 10 Id th Rotary Club. '. ..:ss, '' '..,' '''s's,'''. --,'' I
move, the Cement Company Building reaches 10,, r es up. res auran, occupy e, p Pe m v ,,,s avO e ., s,,, ., .... ,:.., .s..; .,s.s..s.,.,...-.-, ss....
i. i 'S High 92 84 Amirouche and Si Haoues were s floor. Other, .tenants will -Include the Colombian 'Embassy, several ;Poirit 4- &Mess' TradagSIn,- oncoming- liners- , , ., ,, ...,,,, .-,,.. .. t",
S. ready had rejected 8111111hr e
c Low 74 78 trapped as they returned from a lier charges. ss''''' ternatiorial, : pia. 'San Juan,' BiL, and the- Meet oft Fibrega.,Lper. eSticl Pedereschis. '1'he- bes After the colliston,lie said be ,' ne; guest sPeakerler the' 11l:89. ;' is'
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-., 1 . I conference of rebel leaders near "The rebellion in Tibet and ass Thursday-luncheon' session ...in ..the '-- -1
Merit Company Building is one ofsseveral skyscrapers recently started in the' rapidly expand- noticed that- the engine telegr: s
'' i HUMIDITY Bou Saadet, .150 miles southeast irig, trade 'area ,itrolind Hotel El ,Panarni. Hilton. ', ,.. : , .. .,- ', s, was in a "stop"sposition. He said Bells 'Iristit'liasOM' nf',
the, Hotel. Et r s'
s 1 S High 89 82 its suppression' are ti 1 li
en rez 1 .. ., ,,
. -- he Was certain that It ,, had not Panama n be trodured
Hine Swills '-an
of Algiers. ternal affairs of 'China, the ss ,',,s,' ' s'ss '' '.
s i 7-"Lew 51 72 It was one of the ,biggest propa- newspaper, assertecti "no foreign '''''ss- ss-,- ss,,,, ,-. 1..4 s'.....,,s.S.S Si Ass is' '' Pik .. L
: l TT -', ,, '''' :',.,',,, been touched 'after the crash.: ,. sbyksRptarian,..Carlog:sArosernena.-..1 t 4
,- ..-s.
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'' WIND: sanda victories scored by the
. country should 'interfere in the We'sfin ''' Ministers:: bearck- For i-Kight i7 Plan -' : :. '. ::::::,,,::::..... !,..,,:::!s':,,,r,,i.,T.,,,, 4 :
,.., (max., mph) N-20 ssig French in the four-year Algerian rebellion."
::',.11 RAIN (inches) T 0 war. Amirouche, an Arab, had , ,
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.I caught the admiralson of the Mos- ,.
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If i ita Forces Ear y ,,,,Berhn egotiations ToiDAy .cENITR
N.k.
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(inner harbors) .71 81 guerrilla exploits during the past
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two years.
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''''l ' LAKE. ELEVATIONS. His forest hideout in the Kabv- in Prolest To Halt 1,VASHNGTON,,. April Is--(11PI)--.ssesion yesterday. issued a joint wouldsseek to narrow their 'diger- ,.---, s, ...
.
.....,, .s1- lie mountains never was foimd, ' statement 'warning Moscow, that a elicit) 'on tWo, specific lssuess .' -, ' '' , r r t 1 ' ' .. ".. i
"Isnws,,,, ,. . The western.' Ng four foreign,Min.
summer sunim.it conferencemtist .: -;... -- a r s ",", :, : s - , - .: -
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sis. 'Gatun Lake 8176 ti- ,,,,, 7p., tt,ps F..t.,,,,rp.41, pils:r1 .t 4 1
. isters today tatkle the tough -snob, be preceded by ,progresi at the:fors ; :Berlin: f.2'rliey.! will continue .to ' 's. s '. ,;:, :, ,., ,ss : , ..s. Is ., s 4
i 'Madden Dam 230.54 aircraft and helicopters. slif fre frequent
quent frequent weeps through the wild nflahon--Ketauver
I f h t d f d 1 to ff
-- ens ,w a in o a ea o
k er
elms, ministers level, ""... -; : seek: n- forinulasSfor revising the -'
... ' '''' Russia on Berlin if Soviet Premier , ., -. ,,, status ,of the-City if thsRussians .' '','. '- s''''''' -,,t1;pRO7tiCieS' ; ' ,';',s; -.S.);.!;,....;-..' ei
catintryside.; - ; ;.,
St, .. , ,.. .,
Nikita 'Khrushehev insists 'on ,early df iii, ' 'LOVER '' '
...1 BALBOA TIDES Amirouche's coMbinstion of mil- StiTASHINGTON (UPI) -- Sen. ficiai said, the. fo salhes ,are Insist on pressing for a change, in
shawdoWnnegotiations, .. ,' insgeneral, agreernerit,onan Artier- She present-east-West .divisionSThe ... .:, ,
' s '
itary know-how and general Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) said '' SS.. :;', .' ss:'''''S. '''.l.'ss'p
.s.sy.
r. THURSDAY, APRIL 2 sharpness reorganized the rebel the "forgotten" A ni e r i c a n s
' icari plan, calling for k sonclusion of British ,were 'reported to favarr, of- '' fr1.04 IONE
' 'A. l'so 'Must
Officials said the 11111mi a
,!1 command in the Kabylie and consumer must rise up protest security and disar,mainent ,pitets at tering- a Orin Of four-power,Control
,
:.'1'. HIGH ,... 4. s,, se the smoothest oper- if the inflation plaguing the Unit- wrestle' at morning and afternoon,
various. staget,along the road 'to' of'' Berlin- under; a single ',, admims- Ss '' '' s ',' '", s' I's ...: ''',A
sis-m, .-, ..,
sessions with thequestion of wheth,
:Thu Ht. ating in Algeria. ed States is ever ,to he lilted. ,
German. unificatins' b e g 'inning tration SNOWA3DUND al4 ,' II
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sl '1 k 11:54 pan 12.7 ft. su, ssstss-Prmsd anti equipped ment of consumers which he pro- greements witli Russia on security tween East and ViTest.Germany. The:United States, supported,,liy ' ' s '1'. 4s. :'''''''' ',1'.'S : ,'",;- ,.,11.'SL.jf.'rSt..-4-i.': :
s i Li French forces, Amirouthe and his posed recently was the best way and -arms reduction if e
' th Krem- ,
, ,, ,, France and' West Germany,' lir said
, s... LOW men would choose the spot for for "lonely" -consumers to make lin refuses, to tie such pacts into a However, the allies,Were renew
Y to favor retaining' the present. set- :, ,, , . s s ss ,,s, .. s ,.. s ...
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Time Ht. their attacks with great care and their v o i c e a heud above the lnog-range plan. or German unifi- reported to differ considerably On
-- up, but being repared to- deatwith "1-7 'Is
....( 2-. .- ss i..sss..,:;,4, S.
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., 4:83 a.m. ... 2.2 ft. carried off many daring raids on "strident clainor" of special in- cation- just what to do if the Russians re- the- German, ommunists as'-"ac- ' ' 'S, :"' .'s..- s's sss s s......-ss ,,; ;.,,s .,
8:30 p.m. 2.9 ft. army installations. terests. fuse te consider the long-range knowledged agents" of the Seviet 1;,:s
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. , ,Kefauver, -chairman of the Sen- British d;
, 'foreign. secretary Selwyn "paekage" and ,deman immediate ,
Union if R if tur , .,, ... J.
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