The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02874

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4, ',, 4the installation,;-of a:microwave
-,' communication system in the Cii Ciiit'
it' Ciiit' ', .',, hal Zone which ; will' replacc-the
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,. f:.- :',.' facilities 'between -Balboa Jleights,
, ,..:x, and Cristobal. .- ,.,.. -, 'ii ",
.'; ;. ...' Me work ',will Include the ',eon'..--,::
;'' ', structio of 'towers?, Teflectors( an an:
: an: ::5: tennasr,, transmission Biles 2and
ovy ,... I yave guides. .viu, -..;,"'.. 1,' ,I' '' : "''
,, 'll f, -i: The bldp, ire scheduled te be
0 '., ,.0i 'opened June In the Administraq,. ,,
,,,I, 1, -fiat Bulldinsi. at 'Balboa Heights,
44,:,;, ,' The vonizett for, the design of
: ti-',;,lhe Microwave Communication sys-'
',,,; -.,, teni as,' well'. at .':' a' 'proposed tele tele1111
1111 tele1111 jnetering network for' weather re,
I .-- ;,',' ports;:t.,was awarded' last year ta,
1' ,, 'Gibbs and 'IP, a 'New York:, en
',., Fincering firm: final plans on 'both
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- project were :eompleted recently.
,,' Bids nnthei installation of the"ra0.-
!.. :din telemetering system for weath weath:;,
:;, weath:;, ,f r will he, solicited, later. '. ', ,'
- ,f,', (v,1116 sew microwaisre Commdee Commdee'
' Commdee' 1. ttons system will., operate mainly.
i-S- ..1;,': by ',meant Of Iwo' irdcrowave sta.,
-, 'I .,,', tions, one -on';, either ',side of -the
,14' ( IstlimuS with o relaY 'station r'-',' at
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. ) '' -Thal volci Of 'a person mini ,11,,,
: I, 'if ,. .. loisniume in, Balboa to cell Criss
I; ik- i'; tishal, far instance,1 will travel al, J
f. i 4,, esble te the ,Pacitia' side micro...
0,, I. -,;;' 4-wevs itatiolt: ,-i' ',' ., .,:,,,',',' I--, ,
it i z,:, 1 From there ,it. Will; he broadcast
' C, Se the Atlantic side witrowave step.,
:tii,Kt. ,.tion and then 'put back on an ,tinT
11 ( derground cable to its destination.
4. 't ': The new,syatent; whi,c is expect expect,
, expect, g ,,,. od .' to', 'improvv-considerably the
1 t,1 transisthmiantelephonaiseryiet ,In
$, 'the, Canil ;Zone,- -will .replace the
1 ". tindergreund 'eshie,ir,sstem rwhielt
-. P :Pretntl follows the,,Panama Ra4.'
'',,i road cross", the Isthmus;.:..., ; ,:,,
,'.,'''T :', Abel 1.00;paittrant-Istbmien tele telent':
nt': telent': '''i7,3,..flione"..,cable.,, Which '. follows,14
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itlitt. Includeitlitt. Gain Lccks
'There ore 141 .vacancles n
, the Canal -organization of 'which
'nearly 100 are at the. Gaul; Locks,
' according ,to the transfer-vacancy
btdletin .issued this -weer b3r the
," Personnel Bureau. '-:
0, The large-dumber otwOrkcrs
Gatun Lockeis needed because bl
, the' change te e 24-hour operating
"1-. schedule early' list month-an& for
, special work being Scheduled there
' in the ',tear tuture,' The, Locks Di
vision still Alas -vacancies fop' .12
014 towing locomotive ,operators.
At present, towing' locomotive
, operators are being used at' Gatun
olL six-dals week...This scheduled
overtime arrangement' will be
phased out when a 'sufficient. num number'
ber' number' of operators ha'S been trans-1
ferred or recruited. ,
, Other- types 'of, employes needed
9 at ,Gatun, Locks,, n'Iostly for temporary-
work,. Include' 28 laborers:
4. 22 Jock operator telperS:':' six ear earpenters;
penters; earpenters; 3. three chauffeurs: four
painters:, five- toolroont attendants:
' 'a clerk: ski& compressor plata
, operator; hvo-tsphalt or cement
Workers:. two enginemen: ta rig rig:.
:. rig:. ger: a lock operator carpenter: and
a lock' operator, wireman,
Otistr types' 01" work available
r -listed by-- various Canal units in:.
; elude:. Chauffeurf clerk-typOt
16t,,,,elrk-stenographer, road and
, yar 'drailroad conductor, ecmstruc ecmstrucV
V ecmstrucV tion inspectors, l)oilermaker help help,
, help, et,, highway maintenance laborers,,
h marine machinist; nudse anesthet anesthet,
, anesthet, 1st, physical therapist policeman.
shipfittersf thipwright, statistical
draftsman, structural'i: engineer,
generel ,supervisor '.'',31ftekeeper,
sod tout postal' glerks.

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Three, "YehiciesT''''''''
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Stoldii Capital
Faand David
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'Tour eemraerelat vehicles' Wilich
Were atolekhr raaaina City have
been located in the city',Of David
by the Secret Police.t,
'')..1the, vehicles; three ,Ilibtans
and a Studebaker. are all owned
by Norbert", Zuritst.,
i The melt caught driving s the
stolen vehicles have been placed
under arrest in David.

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Constructiti Permits granted
th0 Panama City .safety office Op
,. to March 31 have exceeded in value
, those granted for the IMMO period
. last year by twee $2,000,000.
Permits issued ,durinvianuity,
' February, 'and March, of this' year
- ere for constructions valued at
$4,000,541, During the same period
last year the total was $2,403,040.
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Mard, ja-pan'tnnittunfloating Indust at,
exposition, salledtoday after successful ',three-day stay ,at Bal.
, During tha threw' nearlY ;10,0011,,eisitorm :thronged -the fere
and aft display pavilions to inspect,- a wide earietvel products
manufactured In modern Japan. 4
Exposition officials mid the largest crowds ,u1sited the'lloat,
ine lair, on Wednesday afternoon and evening.,But despite the
narrow -passages and the :necessity jot one. war Ilew traffic,
the TerowdU were orderly.

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Mori that 50 Central American
businessmen flew here,to inspect
the Japanese products. Although
there was a good deal of business

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Vitgliii Schoo
ElvtaND, APril 2
CUPI)-4-. A legislati've commis commission
sion commission conceded today the federal
rgovernment has l'overwhelming
power't to carry out integration
orders and recommended a
flexible program to try, to pre-.
vent future- race mixing in Virt
ginia,
Zt would permit the commd-.
Inities, that are determined to
Maintain segregation to aban-i
don their'', public schools and
iswitch to. private classes with
state, aid With, at little ,a$ 30
days ,notice;' d
Theareao-willing to let Igo Igogroes
groes Igogroes -and' whites go to the same
clasSee,e0tild do so., ',
' Thirty-one ..nt -the 40 legis legislators
lators legislators who draftek-the report
sal& they,itelt it weuld,uproduce
revolts inero'acteptable to Vir Virginiaturtitartt,
giniaturtitartt, Virginiaturtitartt, he tight aboli abolition,
tion, abolition, Cor every:- schook4n
the State,
disienters,'. all 'staunch
segregationists, urged that the
state abandon its public'schools
rather 'than bow to new lederal
'court detrees,'
,
A tut the nutiority Said the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's historic 1954 de desegregation
segregation desegregation zuling wet a reality
and. t,he State's earlier. attempts
at '"massive resistance".. had
crumbled.,

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Assist Assistant
ant Assistant ISecretar at State Walter S.
Robertson,. chief architect of U.S.
China -vohcy, has submitted his
resignation t tot., President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, an informekoonfco reported-yesterday,
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Robertson was said to bave
written the President that he
could no longer ignore his doc doctor's
tor's doctor's orders to, mut,
He reportedW asked Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower to relieve him, early this Sum Summer,
mer, Summer, Seoretary 'Stata, lohit ?Oster
Dulles persuaded Robertinn to
stay on the job inthree. other
resignation attempts ))eginning in
January,e1957. The 65-year-old as assistant
sistant assistant secretary of state for, Far
Eastern affairs could be' dissuad dissuaded
ed dissuaded no longer, 4
' Robertson, has been suffering
blinding headaches and occasion occasional
al occasional "blackouts' recently, apparent apparently
ly apparently due to latigue. Plagued by an
intestinal ulcer, he also has been
itreated ,in the past two years for
diverticalitis, the same aliment
that hit Dunes- lag
, Associates saidRobertson recommended-
his 'deputy, eareer dip dipiomat,74,,
iomat,74,, dipiomat,74,, Graham, Parson, "to re replace
place replace himA ,1 ,?
- Dune last Yeaturged Itobertson
,to-lelegate more' of his, work- to
Subordinates.' 'But Robertson was
said to have replied that bite coidd
not do so any',nore than",Dulles
been able

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WitSIIINGT014 (tJPI1 Write
your congressmen now for your
red.' white and blue copy of0Con
gress new code ,of ethics.',, The
supply, r-won't lastt'r-Bettert yet,
make sure he keep' one for htm-,
sett t ,
Only-,13,85E1 COples .aro,' tit be
printed, at a 'cost of $2,978.,,This
includes la, double envelope, and
Cardboard stuffer t
Some s-,members thought ,,thls
wasn't enough. Others said It Wall
too much.. r, a,
Mhat we 'need trowid here' le
not to print cdpies, of a code ,of
ethics but to do sotnething abotit
the so-called ethics that we prac.,
tice,", said Rev, IP It. Cross (It (ItIowa)
Iowa) (ItIowa) when 'the House was, ap-1
proving the order for printing. I
This congressional bow' to itha:

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(liscussion iboard and ashore,
rwai not learned 'weather any su1)-
, itantial contracts wercnegotiated
during,the Atlas Maruss stay,
The floating- fair, costing inort
than $5,000,000 to assertible and e.
quip, left Japan last December, It
hat since ,been, touring,puth
morkao Potts, it the hope:of tap.
turing a larger share of thit- trip
mondani' South-American. market
for' finished products ,and machin
try. .0" , p,,
Next stop tot orposillon will
1)0 Acapulco. Tram Iktelde0 the
Atlas Marti will make a -final stop
at San Francisco before Returning
- '
Boyd Brotheri acted agentt
during the Atlas lolaru's atay at
Balboa. :toki

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tiji.Lialleiq'ti!itir':Ai

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highest 'Moral ,principtes'! gotg
ernment tomes engrossed 'in 'gold,
opt the best' papert and ceady for
framingo.', It makes reassuring
reading and Possibly is lust what
you wdl want on yotir Wall 'as you
follow the daily, disclosures of
nepotism, front porch' rentals Snd
other payroll practices of some of
the members of CongresiL 4'',
' The code; which says publieof,
fice is a public trusto etc, Wal
adopted by Congress last, year
when the, headlines were about
'unhappy, developmenis in 'the ex executive
ecutive executive rather than the legislative
branch of ,the government, And
don't get the idea the current de decision
cision decision to print it up in throe 'col 'colors
ors 'colors .,and white ,representi oCon,,
gress"" only Iceaction to- the con congressional.
gressional. congressional. payroll disclosure".

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klmts,t UnOer., it, barrage' Ili 'quit-,
tiope4botit,' heir? louse,' menthert
mity havcaPplied 'the $150
silowence-.,theYeastrAritlr foe
l.running ,ait'effice beat' in:: the tits titstrictibe
trictibe titstrictibe teted:forthrightly te beatt
offpossible pelted up
xecords.; ? n.:!r
the sedectlilai didn't
long: 'sSeveral 1 topgreumen pr-,
tested.- The clerk; after -constilting
witkSpeaket,:;Sam, Ttayburn,::' Tft Tftope
ope Tftope n id 't the 5 recerds',under v nese
, regulations ',anyone,, In Inspecting
specting Inspecting them,,to atate.bis reasoti
and r Id e n tY4 !'
The also ,,dat sett',, the
hooka on ,what 'each. House 'Inertia,
ber does' with, the $31,500 or Se
We ilve tim ails yeag biro of.
ties :
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",;la the ieniite, where ?payroll
.records" sr...secret, Bottle Republi Republicalf,
calf, Republicalf, membdrs considered whether
sensibilities. of, the other senators
would he vfiended ,an individu-,
01memberi ilaw fit to, makn his
stlarrIlist public
0)No decision .was reached Imme Immediately
diately Immediately .on ',this ticklish-question,
but it mailbe discussed again' lat.
giri, they said.,
',1he're have' been e'ther reac-.1
tiona., Rept, Steven V. Carter (D (DIowa)
Iowa) (DIowa) cut his 3.9-year-old son'a
PAY atm $11,873 YearlY to about
balt' that ',Rep. Randall St Har Harmon
mon Harmon (D-Ind.), wbo rented 4' his
trot prch 6t U.S. taxpayers h.
$100 a month and hired his wife
to tend office there, blamed the
publiattY he got on 'drunken Wash Washington.reporters.
ington.reporters. Washington.reporters. He had the evi

Boia, teldilliroxPonent 'of -a 50-50 split of the rorioni, Catial'il gross revenue,
trooto himself tb,a 50-50 spliteg,lhe offorpof poling a pirogue, up another waterwayt this time
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Sergeant Fined $100 For Dnving
While Vrunka Ofh cer s Plea Fails
, 1,,1 Et,,, Mortal& 43, was that he had consumed six or
fined $100 in Balboa qtagistrate,s en pm' t glasses of beer.
Court Aar silcharga of drunke From Morfeld'a behavior
driving:1n addition totthe fine his responses to the test, Kapinos
Cana, Zane driver's Acense., w a ed him on the drunten dr
suspended for one 44ar6 Re ;dead- charge. 4,n
ed Aithough Aorfeld pleaded
Morfeld, who,iii-stationed at rt. t4 his cormanding Offige;,..1
!Cobb witty theAst,13attla Groot). avidll- Lar sat'. Ppeare4
20thInfantr;'Vair arrested, about tify as lit character Isttnesar
4:4- Sit.m.',,yettnesdari whilf dr1V- torson told the court that 1
Itig on, Gaillard IlighWaY Aid as not -known to
,,, drinkin, man and that ins
?Wien' officar tawtort Bowed there viers extenuating
who made this arrest, tostifiod tumstances' in the sergei
that4torfoldit sedan was weal,. 'case.
' ing' hack and forth &coon the lie testified further that Mc
canter- line of tho highwaY was in the midst of serious 1

,',"-, -.. : ii. i .,- '. , , , 1 ,, : ,. ,,,, ,, TSat- POI KP Motletd, 43, was that he had consumed aix or sey
'':Tlae Canal Zons,United-Fund's tienkwillin ateeePterirori, the fined al00 in Balboaqtagistratets en pint glasses, of beer. '
,
'annual meetinr of lta members flem14,,th! frthuatolembership Court -of' al-charge of drunke Frem '' Morfeld'a behavior ana
is Scheduled, for 2 pini Tuesday, meatinv. -, ,,,, -:,,-,,-,-- -., i -,,,,,,, 0 driving:1n addition to:the fine his responses to the test, Kapinos book.
,april 14, at ,the Balboa Theater, N a Z1, nomimitifig '' sornanittee Canal, Zene driVer's license. ,W10 ed, bim on the drunken driving
fund officials 'announced Way. c slated -of', CaPt, C. Mott, sugpeaded for one 'veat. Re plead; charge. 4,,e,' ,,,, .,
,'
,44:- Tbls meeting Is Of ;interest to airman)-"Kdwarel..k. Olin, ed guilty 4,,, ', -' 1 '.F-,, Although -tMorfel Pleaded g4-
10
eac4ona -who con,tributed tO the lis,,L,41aWeettlered ,Wirsill "- Morfeld, who-ii, stationed at rt. ty.. hie, commanding 011ieet.,,Capt,
195a 4 cartwaten,,-4.S the,:1 iglicials and Rabbi, Nathan, ,,),Vitkin',4, ,..k. ,' nibbe witly thalist,'' Battle' "GrouP, DividtPr LarsetVeppeace47.44;tee.
,said,"11',,ainer -theitc.7 cp-ktabutten ,, potter:111'1ns ".Ptesiderttli te-- 20th 'Infantal,'ivas' larrested st-11.t 41 y as ,a, character wttness.,., ..
automatically, -,,- them ,a Port ,Ivill,--cover: the, over-ail as. 4:4- Sairt.'", WetinesdaY While' drhr- Larsen told the court that Moo
:Member-ef' United anutt,--z-f 4 Pent of 'th. 1958 eaMPalgat and 'Mg on, Gaillard, HighWaY. Aid as not -kn t b
own o a
, Under ,.',,the --Jay-laws of 'i.the Powelsodf,will-: present- a'40m. :',1,,,, i''' ., ' drinking' man, and' that he be.
United-Fund,' the, anputa meet,- plet?efinaneislatatement Of the '''' ;Policer'effkie W' J. towteet Roved there were extenuating Or.
' ing of member 18:-tea3he app.- eorporation. ,-, , l',- 1, t who 4 made the arrest, testified tumstances' in the sergeant's
,
rond TueSday in,,,APrileach, year. -,4,,,--,-,--,- , ' .. ,. that, Moifeld's sedan was wimp- cos. .
He testified further that Morfeld
It Is ealled,'Ion'the'SurIP(klio-of n i ,.. ,. ing back"and forth 'coon the
,' was in the midst of serious marl.
hearing the annual. reporte '14, r 1
,r ncess 'urace ''' tenter, line of the highway.
tal difficulties. He also said that
the' fund's President. andi COn- .- ,. , ',, -,,
'
, troller ',. and 'for the members t It
--- -,) ) -, ,, -- At the time the car was stopfed
0 Se'Alt0.00'ilel there were three passengers in On the evening prior to Morfeld's
particiPation, in, the,eleotion,tat
trustees..,' ,' k ', ', -N 1- ,' '44' -' -,, X addition. to Morfeld. One of the arrest Morfeld and his wife had
' -- '' -4 ,' ',,,,, t4L:', ', passengers' was a woman. ,
s' -,,. Immediately follealny Ate I ma a 0 au -- attended a party during whicb
arresting officer said Mor- Morfeld had been induced by his
general membership meeting, 111!,-Onsit' Uperabtort '' The
49 :,'T,, ,, ,, feld had,,e told him ha had been wife to drink a very large quantity
the nevi hoard of trustees',Will s s'LAUSANNE;
'LAUSANNE; s'LAUSANNE; SwitzechuicIADPI) drinking, geed deal. ' of liquor.
tonvene -to"' elect officers ,- for
I Judge John t. Deming ruled out
1959 'and, an execative somimt ,1--DA, james TA. Lehman laid '-- ''','"
tee. -',' 4 ' -,-,-,- ..f l'esterfisF,4Princesit Grate was At the 'Balboa police itation Mor- the remark as hearsay since ho
; A norditiating toMmittee,cap-' suu..,erlsg', rrent'44PP.ndicitis-and feld declined a blood test for al- witness was offered to corroborate
pointed 'hy United Fund presi- nutmeg slee.'.Hradded- be would cohol The itest is administered on- it A
dent, GOV. W. -- 10 Potter, jias remove-her aPPeadix,,in a six-to- IY on a:eoluntary basis. Larsen 'also made a plea for a
submitted Iselatt orofficers and etgh,t' :Mine?, Veratlon 'later', thit Police Sat; A. Kapinos testified lessening of the fine. In denying
1 t ..... ,',- 1,4-,,.' , that be,,interviewed Morfeld at the the appeal, Demi,ng pointed out
recommended the re-election for wee ":' 'a- ',
a term, of three years, or. the '''''' The Ameican.: adreeen, ', wile' -atation,-aising a prepared- verbal that despite Mdcfeld's personal
test designed to indicate a person's problems he code not regard the
entire hat of trustees, AM, rest.. flew hertv f rem' '' Philadelphia' to
dent on the Isthmus ,.-who,se Perkinv, the ,operation,-,,teld it, Witt te'reason, his awareness of case, as unusual, particularly since
terms' expire iti-19511, .4; ,', ,sewst eoferesee le'ePikerePorta, ,finle arPt!the relative state of his a good many drunk driving cases
.
Their recommendation lor St- that.!;the 29,-yearliAd, former ae- reaponse,4'e- result directly from emotional
ficers includes Potter as presi tress:-,,,,,'' miiglitA bet''' suffering from ts'', problems.
dent, Brig. Gen.', James ',-,,W., -sspemvpkinge?n,atelliti'aseridiem,. li'D' ;1..1 ,3,i'an;''' 0,'''atC1Psinello Deming said he could not view
Coutte, oaribbean ',',' Corzuntin sold the defendant
Chief of Staff. as executive vice- Divid,'-' aLitinotional and unable to
fitf,t;, tho ,swiss ,mtgeon from., miwhat dishevelec4 ex., such problems as mitigating cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. president, P. Alton ,White and rherblei easist-him4, Lehman said 'walk preiperly. ,,,,
4
Anthony 1r. -Raymond 418 ,stee'.. no 0 ,,, disease or abnormal 'Morteld'3old the police sergeant H
presidente,', ,Williarit ,,C. -Schmitt conditiOnv was-; .4distiosed by aur 'that be had been drinking at ,the ,oplial To Check
as treasuret,,Dr. Daniel J: P eximinad"'''''''''" ' '''' ' l Paso bar for several hours and
e aid Priacess. race had ha :-., ,:,,, ; 0 I
lucci as secretary and Stenphen
.. '"ntiner'c'Antild-attaekti', of appendi- '''' ''''.1-, -, '' 4
,Nr. N,,, poWelson at, contro erb ,,icil, --. ,, regnant liomen
.
, Paul Hunnestrand bag been ,- .- Or,'Sanle time -,and 'hes ,been
. Puh-13utton .T-e't', .' ,
, nominated to serve tgain, as the advceltimed 11.,st.,,,Als!..,;!'elrr,,sti,e.:7,),.,'Ivs, i''' -: la..."-1.7 A
fund's executive director And 1,,le 11 1 ;' -' Fero urun en btO e
k t- Who' Hid Miiiiis
saill,shewes n,- good health,', ,
the. committee has' Teconunetid- isij.fnefro..Iniaidt,:ththe,,,,4.11nimed; appen, .
,
1 ed that, 'IV,,, Fitz Humphreys In Gerrinan Taverns
The ',Santo Tomas Hospital
serve as assistant ,treasurer, u"1"' e attackpwere not
unuanal-,andveould go,:en:f,croyears '-'''' 2'' '''" '''' announced plans yesterday to
'John Montayne as deputy con- if Abe::: a STUTTOMIT, Germany (UPI)- give medical examinations to all
troller, and .- Forrest. Ci Duns- .1601ed..-",.
moor lia deputy' 'executive 3,41- ;..01 0 :,:.,- 7ere ti t2,,,re-
, A -new machiiie that advises eta- pregnant women of Panama and
rector., ''' ,, ,...t '',:;-,.., ,, .. '' Lehmai,', 'Sale: the'..',I'aH" ratlon' tomers, whether it is gafe to hal,,e
,.-- would, be ''' nied 'arta Clin 'tie, foes the 'road before driving Colon who have been affected
l In addition ,to theirAtomme; i --. ', L b ,, moo f. with' -the current outbreak of
tion for T.-election of the pre- ique Cee r, -mil exclusnce,Prtyate acme ail Dean matt ti lye
, German measles,
hospital in-,'S conVerted lukure Ito- taverns be' 'The examinations are ached achedsent'
sent' achedsent' la members on .the,:board te ::, vebre4 the, orgt,4,,-the, ea ,, The ,machine figures out the
, of trustees with terms ending I a -1 I Iv t of-' I h I 1 th d k tinue until Thursday, between
uled to' start MOnday and con con1
1 con1 in 1959, the committee hat ,re Ra'sai t wou d .be timed ,to co- amoun a co o n e nn er's
c-- beide -',with 4 a period in which blood from :,-,the information sup supommended
ommended supommended election' 0112 addi- Princess '''Griee'. II free,' of pain. plied .by.",the elbow-bender. The
'tonal Inembers ',to :'compensate -,: The-, reluctance of 'the) doctors ,advice dista 1Z tentsi '' '', Dctr8 saY the epidemic,
3 and 5 p.m. each days.
f01' fliture attritional losses.
,The full' list of people recom,. euttr-,the".,operatitin ,-- preViously, eatini,his '..weight, the ,amoiint of beola, is dying out in Panama
OrAnernbera of the'family to,,dis- ':,.'The cust(nrier turns dials hull- knoWn in medical drcles as ra
I mended t lor all- positions la
- Plus.' theqact,,that Grace's. par, whisk. oC"beer or combination 'of CitY, but is now reaching its
available ',for Antblio;, inspection eats lied ',code te ',Lausanne -Item Orteks el:41841"d mkt 'the Period Peak on the Atlantic side.
and lotody in Rtumestrand's of office
fice office in the administration,ebuild- family "--doctor.'-had 'fostered -,, re- The machine advisea the patron include ,skin rashes similar to
Philadelphia '!' and brought' their ot- time ineolved. ,,, The symptom of the disease
' ing,, irtiantc113,,,ajoricalaElsel'5, ehmtaPhasi' "ael d felrtriali-,thifroe'''MP1101ilocintirgeth'ibinit,igh,tat nrbet -,1:e.f"" 'WePetthbeetiSle"'Siell ddruhnvik '11)angtheit, ewyews be;difnea,:yer amtedasulessua, lalyccolamsptsanbleed
, 'that nominations 'for 41LIP pogi-riottar, x -''' ' ' V' t k to -sober up tween four and seven days.
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lned Ethics Code

dence, too. Re said he gave one
f them a drink right 'in f fflee.
flee. fflee. Rep, Leonard G. Wolf (D-lowal
cut the pay of his wife Marilyn
from $13,344 to $13,083, a saving
of 4261 yearl). wolf, at home this
week during an gaster recess of
Congress, had chance to ,see
bow the voters think he ,and his
wife have been doing at their re reduced
duced reduced tombined pay of $35,58.3.
Pending this, ,he made his own
finding, ,
"We are proud of our accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments to date,",' he said in a
newsletter, "and I Must say 'we'
, wittn-t the", tremendous
assistance, the tireless effort of
my wife, Lynn. these accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments votdd sot have bent poSsi poSsibit."
bit." poSsibit."

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that he had consumed slit or sey-1
en pint glasses of beer.
From Morfelcl's behavior and'
response8 to the test, Kapinos book.
ed him on the 'drunken driving
charge. 4,n
, Although ,Aorfekt pleaded g4-
t4 hia copmanding Office;,..CapL
David"17 Ler iert,' PpeaVe4 ,dittete
tify at a, character wItness
latrsen told the court that Moe
Aid as net -known to be
drinking' man and that he 'be.
Bowed there were extenuating Or.,
,tumstances' in the sergeant's
CUL
He testified further that Morfeid
was in the midst of serious mark
tal difficulties. He also said that
on the evening prior to ,Morfeld's
arrest Morfeld and his wife had
attended a party during which
Morfeld had been induced by his
wife to drink a very large quantity
of liquor. 1
Judge John t. Deming ruled out
the remark as hearsay since bo
witness was offered to corroborate
it.
Larsen also made a plea for a
lessening of the fine. In denying
the appeal, Deming pointed out
that despite ilidrfeld's personal
problems he collie, not regard the
case as unusual, particularly since
a good many drunk driving cases
result directly from emotional
problems.
Deming said he could not view
suck problems as mitigating cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. Hospital To Check
Pregnant Women
Who Had Measles

Annual Field Day
Set For April 15
Al Pedro Miguel

reipmg radio Said,,the Dalai La-1
ma entered Indikounder duress by
the rebellious elements."
' The Communistis have charged
all along that the young God-king
did, not really wan,P to leave Lha Lhasa.
sa. Lhasa. Their latesk brOadcast'implied
that ,he was a virtual eiptivp of
,the rebels. '" l'
' indian border polke'were said
, by Peiping to be tst'S the wisy
.,4rarn Towino 44 lintklii "Dikilli
1" Lima. .;-:'.'; '' ,',1 72k,' -"
-Renewed Vetting; bi,,,,southeast
,Tibet was, said to have begun yek yekIterday,
Iterday, yekIterday, when the, Communist, di directed
rected directed heavy ad against,pdckets
or rebel Khamba tribesmen. The
Communists were said to be drop dropping
ping dropping paratroopers over a wide ,,a ,,area
rea ,,area of southeastern Tibet.
The Chinese garrison in Gyantse,
1100 miles southwest 'of Lhasa, was
said to be preparing for new trou trouble
ble trouble with rebel, elements.
The reports hem Kalimpong
on the Indian border said Lima
airport was humming with the
drone of small pianos, and high.
ways surrounding the Tibetan
capital were lammed with troops
sent there by the Communists.
In the Indian protectorate of
Bhutan, just south of the area

The Pedro Miguel civic coun council
cil council will be host to the general
public at the 'fifth annual Safe Safety
ty Safety Field Day which will be held
In Pedro Miguel on April 25.
The committee in charge,
with, three successful, meetings
already behind them, has dis disclosed
closed disclosed thet tentative planshave
been set to begin at 9 L1114
whiat will include flag-raising
ceremonies and a short program
on the patio of the PeAro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel elementary school grounds,,
after which the cutting of rib.
bon will open the exhibitions to
the general public.
Present plans alsb indidate a
fcw new features that will be
injected, anti it is hoped that
they will prove exceedingly edu.1
cational and of great interest'
especially to the housewives.
All bureau heads are urged
to make it possible to have rep representatives
resentatives representatives form their respec respective
tive respective divisions present at our 1
next meeting which will be held
on Tuesday, April 7, at the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel school starting at 7
p.m.

Dingell's Remarks
Stir Criticism
In Local Tabloid

A house Column in the morn morning
ing morning tabloid Critica today regard regarded
ed regarded zomments made yesterday
by U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell
(D-Mich.) praising Canal Zone
Gov. W. E. Potter as another
Inditation that "Panamanian
foreign policy is being, toyed
with." ,
The column added that it also
proved that no thought DaS
been given "Ito acceding to ,,th
demands of Our colmtry."
DI a report published in this
newspaper' yesterday, Dingell
said Pottet ."was administering
the Canal Zone within tbe .spirit
as well as the letter ot the.1955
treaty between MAMA Ad the
United State',"

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NEW DELHI, April 2 (UPI) The God-king Dalai.
Lama of Tibet was reported today to have escaped his
Chinesii CoMminist pursuers and crossed the border into'
lidia,
The,Chinese Communists said in a 'Peiping radio
broadcast monitored in Tokyo that the yoUng Dalai Lama
was accampanipd, into India, by some of the 'rebels who
took part in the fighting Ot Lhasa, Tibet's capital city,'
nearly hvo Weeki ago, -
The Commanist report,came soon after Informed
saurcis in Nve ,Delhi reported renewed figh,ting had
broken out between rebels and the Chinese Communists
41 an area southeast of Lhasa,

v,
Morse Lauds Young-.
For Naming Stocks
:
Pilh lir Intetest
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Wityne Morse (D-Ore.) praised
Sen. Stephen M. Young (1)-011iot
tnr oubliniong all his
stock holdings and disnosino- of :'
some to avoid a possible conflict
of interest.
Morse said Young's action wag
a useful step toward getting ae
-
tion on Morse's own proposal te
require most government official ;
to reveal sources of income:An...".
cluding gifts.
"I have never been able to um,
derstand the opposition to such S
bill as mine." Mors( said ,in an 7
interview.
Morse has yet to reintroduce
disclosure bill thiS -!,
yea, but has had it before 'act
Congress for some time: Sen.
Clifford P. Case intro
duced similar legislation March

Balj?.9.9 CoD,Hciv.0:-:..
NY0Oing .0-6 rid ',,':ii-"!.,;
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F,otin'dAt.,04ds..ii..;

Balboa.4police ire holding a
silver wedding band which may,',
be claimed bv the owner upon
pruner identification. -.
The engraved band wait found 1
by Joaquin Benaulde. it med14
cal technician., on the grassy,,
area in front bf the Obstetrics ,,
Clinic at Gorgas, Hospital.- k'
Benauides turned the ring
ver to policeman D, Bishop at
Balboa Mtrel WAWA,

where new fighting was reported
to have broken out,' the small king..
dom's entire militia of 5000 men
wati mobilized to meet the threat
of possible troublg at the ,Tibetan,
border.
Primo Ministon Nemo bode of :
Bhutan said Bhutan would give
,tho Dalai Lama, temporary asyw
bon should, his aiit for, iti butwit :
wok clear Itte Bhutanese forted
Chinos ;,oimmunist reprisalt' if
wprisileus godling", were 41.2.
, iowed,So stay very long lit the
4 small nation.,
! Meanwhile India's prime minis- :
'ter Jawaharlal Nehru Itold g
!terous :session of parliament today
!he did not approve of the Chinese
Communist embassy's action is
!bringing the Cold War to India. :
Nehru spoke during debate en.
Praja-Socialist party motion !' to ::-:,
censure the embassy for distributq
ing copies of the official Peiping !!.
People's Daily which named the :
Indian border city of Kalimpong
a Tibetan espionage center where
the Tibetan uprising was: plannecl.!:
The Indians were angered be::;-0:
!cause Nehru had officially denied"
Ithe Red, charges even before
embassy distributed the paper;
Today parliament booed and 'F
shouted down Communist mom,
hers who demanded Nehru' aloe: s,'"s,'
sure Peiping he would investb;:'
gate Its chitty's. t.', :
"It is not for us to object toliny t
article in Peiping," Nehru
"but the only point is if the zit.
culation here was proper cit,im!.
proper it is impropriety. not thg
right thing to do.
"We do not approve of the Cold
War being brought to India hr any
foreign embassy." 7
Nehru was under fnereasing
pressure to review his neutralist.
foreign ,policy but he contented
himself today with denying all their
charge and observing sarcastica
ly he attached little importance te
what the Communists said.,

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HOW TO HIT THE LOTTERY
(Part One Of WO'
t- Facing The "hat.' --
The thing is the smelly-est
The thing is the jelly-est.
The thing is the, selly-est.
SO-
The men are the belly-est.
Wsy...Back...Home.

Sir:

Reviewing the five basic rules of the Lottery, you vtill notice I
chose five words t,hat have one thing in commonthey begin with
e-o-n.
1. Consistency. If you don't play, regulirly, will be "guess "guessing"
ing" "guessing" which week your list is going to hit. Eliminate guesswork, and
you will be more cheerful if you sit on your list and let the Lottery
,hit-tou.
' 2 Control. If you Make a few hits,' don't think' you befell
"wide," because that's just the wrong time to double-up or play
more. it's easy to lose self-control when you are forttmateand
that's when the Lottery becomes as tight as a girdle, at time wheti
you plunge more than you should. The time to increase the amount
you are playing is the time when you lave failed to hit for a cer.
tain average period of time.
;
k or example, if you play a list xof five numbers, the average time
for one hit takes ',even weeksthree hits Should be made in 21 week
tand six hits are the average for 42 weeks.
;. tk.a, ultwart

0and six hits are the average for 42 weexs.
: Suppose you,have not made more than three,hits in the 42 Weeks.
4ou know then that your fist is lagging, behind. the six-hit, image.'
l'hat is the time when nature produces the beauties that' are truly
rememberedhits that smell as sweet ei roses' andylolets.'.,
So, since the averages are in your favor, it is not too risky to
Increase the amount you play if you call keep playing the Inereased
wmoont until you have made at least mitt hit. When the' average hits
3s not too far behind schedule, don't he too hasty to play morewait
J.Intil the. bits have fallen to three or more under par average and
Ayou'lf be better oft.- -
: Another thing to remember is that 'the total amount of hits will
be divided almost evenly for each of the three prizes. For example,
suppose you have made 15, hits. The average prizes should be five
first prizes, fivesecond. and five third' prizes., All right, if you hits
'sere not distributed elose efidligh' to the averige, 'then you tan ex.
peel the one lagging prize to hit.
t,' Of the 15 hits, seven, may be first prizes'. five -second, and three
third. You can play according to what you are "expecting." and in
Milt tittle You w,ould, not be expecting the next- bit to be kfirst prize
bit,youd would expect no 'mote than a second, prize hit. So you play
13,061 think the averages are all wet. They are not balanced
""ks',111' Pven, butthey form the probability that has been tested,
31n4 so far, being proven to youby me. The chosen numbers have
olisted sioce the fhst weekin July, are bitting more than one in sew
siseseks;.simply beeatise theY are selected by a anc1 formnle
insthematies. crystal-gazing, stry-dneams.' and the,', Witch 'Mgt,
Aor'e relief medicine for aches and nal 'eontairting the bigh coy);
lrettoglixir ingredients known as the ,"'South.American Tame-0.1.,
Svhielf is 'more familiarly bible 'by "Aged In 'rho, Wood" Cana ZO-'
:plans as lust plain 'Southern Comfort' sniced with a hot tamale of
4'Sohhish ,Peopere,d.fly1 fresh from a "White Horse" mare.that was
Itamoeded bv a "Johnny Walker" mils of hot rod flamingos out
tor ticks-that' cobt off the "Creme De Menthe" lust for a way to
...semi front realityyes. realitY.
: No "medicine" provides the escatie from what is real. Life
.geal, end it turns out to be too real for vou when yon sober on for.
-1'sionday. The mote you try to PSCADO, the more bottled up you be-,
aosae..You find yourself like a fish tangled in a net that has caught;
iter suckers like YOU floundering through one lost, ,weekend 511t0
3nother, and you finally begin to wonder. what life isheh hehyott
sielse wonder how life nossible to live, and then why life ceases'o.
241 then get tround to the same old question that you hetet) facef
41Why am here on earth?" Those words will haunt you sooner or,'
getter, and the answer, wilt get the best or volt lost as, sore as there
3re -13 was in' each smnkinv row of ill, Skunk Follow Theater. I
Soi if You esentine the first two rules of the Lottery that I think
3re the most difficult to overcome. volt will find thet they ran be
ratoolled to a human being who"wents to be good: Consistency in eve evesty
sty evesty aptionPO that your enemy will knoll you are good person, and
INK 'control, When the tong's,. nf Your ene'ess, claims von are -rot
good In other words. rut 0.1.'t have in tell Invono what goodnsss
is. Just be. she exams) of onodnott. then roonln will know what it
is, cause action spealt,more strongly than words. 1
F.J.K.

PASS UP THE
Sir

Some Pennsylvania growl's plan to buy uo more of the eite
of itho Battle of Gettysburg tor a bigger national Dark site has
a highly commercial smell. There's already a large park at Get,
tystinro.
t I'm for more and more national Darks in the United States
at Dots where nature, wildlife and mountain scenerv are threat.
ened by overcrowding and commerce. Sot with n Dark on the Bat.
tletield already. I see no Diu snending federal fonds to buy
urhonother mach orchard logt bocause it was fought over.
tlinhaDpily there aro bottle sitog all over the United States
where our forefathers kitteht tho 'French, the British and each
other for the riobt as toy onw it
&Me markt of such sites is his historically proper. But let's
not encourare the battlo monuments people to become any more
entronched than they are.
,Pot ts-c roonoTt into defense to avoid future battles. Never
mind buying up the sites of the old ones,
Reconstructed Southerner.

OPEN SEASON
Sir:
Mthough the Canal Zone Code ix verv specific that a hunting
licens is retmired. it took a woman with courave to brint down the
Ball Eagle after this bird overstepped the mark.
Abraham Finklesteln.

WAS FERRY sntrrpowN NECESSARY?
Sir:
Once again the ferry Is out. And this is still the Venn In
PPIIMR. The Easter rush has enme back. But evetT weekend hum.
Aro& of Panamanians are headline for the Interior. We Americans,
too.
Was It realltneressarY to shut down this frrY lost to nave ihe
temporary road? Or has the contractor been allowed to do this only
as a matter of convenience?
Many n'her roads ar raved one side at a time while traffic
moves on the other. Isn't the rontrsrtor lust putting on temporary
aspfielt? And hew long is tho Oretch?
Am orlustin feeling that more ronsidration email have :been
elven to the conyenlnr of road treffir? Shin traffic Is so WO in
IN Canal we can look for road traffic Janis at the bridge while the
ships MM.
How about it?
American Ferry Patron.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Sir: ;
Spring is ori and it looks good for a good nueerop. 'The paeans
are sure to make, for they seem to be late putting out.
let our next door neighbor has trimmed his fine tree that has
been boaring tot years back to nothing but a .prongy IltumP and I
doqbt if it survives. Its limbs reached over into Ur yard, and it
may 'be he was Offended with' us for the few nuts that feU over on
out side.
No 'hive a tree of our own, 20 years old and bearing fine paper papershell
shell papershell !luta.
4 am staying in a while to see if I ellin ImprOve My isight. Can't
tee thing without my dark glassei.
,,honks tothe Hinkls for the clippings.
, 'Will try to do better next week.
' D..

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mers 1111101 Ole bili.
or handled ill Ak'gorbilly

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Pop Wright
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Labor News,
And.
Comments

lly VICTOR MEM
Riots, strikes and brush -fire
wars across the African vaedt are
turning the dark continent :red
with blood. This war between the
whites and the native population
is far more than the old-fashioned
colonial flaring of tribal fight fighting.
ing. fighting. Whole peoples, new nations
are on the march. With the East
and the West almost evenly. bat
anced, Africa could well be the
densive force. Which wait will it
go?
For an answer I went ti Dr.
Arnold Zander, president of tile
AFL-CIO State, County and Muni!
dint Workers, who recently re returned
turned returned from a tour, of the conti continent.
nent. continent. I asked Dr. Zander f our
questions about what he found on
the trip. Here they are, and lime
are his answers.
Q: Just what is today's' explo explosive
sive explosive Africa really like?
A: Africa has long evoked in
our minds images of tribal drums
and jungle. But if any place on
earth typifies the swift changes in
the world 'around nil, it is the
"other Africa." L had occasion io
gee this other Africa during a re
cent 14-country. visit to African
public employe unions.
'First, let me dispel this idea of
the ever-present jungle. Only a
relatively small part of Africa it
jungle. The Sahara Desert covers
a tremendous area in the north,
while lovely grasslands c o sr
much of the east. The Itingle l
limited mostly to the watershed
of the Congo River 'and ita tribir
Second, the old tribal society
is crumbling. People Ire leaving
their huts in the tribal villageeto
work in the mints, the plantations
and in the titles. The change in
the way of life Is opening the A Africans
fricans Africans to new concepts and new
approaches.
I was part of a five-man delega delegation
tion delegation sent by the Public Services
Internatinal, the free world or organization'n
ganization'n organization'n of publit -employe u unionists,
nionists, unionists, to see how we could help
the development of healthy lab labor.organizations
or.organizations labor.organizations in the African
government services. Here a r e
some of the things which struck
Industry and,.,,atriculture are
expanding. As they grow, so
grow government services. In'
fact, the government se rfic es
must Often come first. Before
much economic .progress can be
lade in the underdeveloped in in'fant
'fant in'fant nations of Africa, roade, har harbors,
bors, harbors, power plants and tanitatiok
systems must- be built. Usually
the government alone is capable
Sof undertaking these projects.
Q: Is them such' a 'thing as !alit'
Or influence in Africa and how ei ei4fecfive
4fecfive ei4fecfive is it?
A: The government of a struggling,-
low-income nation which has
gained its independence 'perhaps
a year or two before finds itself
the biggest employer of hired
labor. When the employer and
his work force alike are inexpe inexperienced
rienced inexperienced and then isn't. much
money in the kitty, there are
bound to be problems. So the em employes
ployes employes working for the government-
form unions to solve these
problems and go on to play a key
role in the development. of the:r
country.
The Africans have a surPrisine
number of unions. Too many, I
might add. If there were a single
union in each Industry instead of
many tiny ones, the labor move movement
ment movement would be more effective.
African unions have other basie
problems, but they are mostly of
the "growing pain" variety fami familiar
liar familiar to my own union. They don't
have enough income or trained
,staff people. They butt heads with
independent employe "associa "associations"
tions" "associations" Vida ere not affiliatel
with the organized labor move movement.
ment. movement. They sometimes face re restrictions
strictions restrictions imposed by colonial gov governments
ernments governments or by the newly inde independent
pendent independent African nations.
We shouldn't feel too smug
when we hear of their struggles.
For in our own country it' took a
recent threat by an expelled union
to wake people to 'the fact that
,there are millions of American
public employes who are under underpaid,
paid, underpaid, unorganized and. in manY
iireas, without rights. State, coun county
ty county and city governments have
never eome under the Wagner
Act, much len Taft-Hartley, ana
lie rights of their employes have
rarely been spelled out. We are
dill operating in a legal no-man's
land.
Q: What have been the :causes
and the results of the drive for in independence
dependence independence on the dark contl
!lent?
A: In those large sections of
Africa, still ruled by Europe.in
.,ountries the native population
'ive and breathe one magic 'idea:
ndependence. In these countnes,
'he native Africans are dominated
European settlers who some sometimes
times sometimes make up no more than three
oercent of the population. The Eu Europeans
ropeans Europeans restrict the Africans' right
to vote, hold property and gain a
'tvellhood, and otherwise live like
tree citizens.
It 110 wonder the subjugated
Africans look to independence. to
solve their problems. They know
they will make mistakes, but they
want to be free to make their own
mistakes. On the whole they 'have
thown an amazing patience, a will willingness
ingness willingness to emerge. slowly, toward
self-goVernment.
Unfortunately, independence 'has
not always been used wisely. We
have seen examples of newly-indtoendent
African nations throwing
opposition leaders into jail an,1
clamping eontrols on free trade
lions. However, this is no excuse
for the European rulers to delay
',ranting selflovernment, for real
democracy tan come only through
experience.
Qz Do the Communists have any
Influence inside Africa?
A: That is another danger to
lemocritcy 'in Africa. The Com

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"South Pacific" has become 4
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ances; it played a five-year tdur
of 88 cities m the United States
and Canada; the London produc production
tion production chalked up 802 performance
and it has been translated
tot atages in Swedon and Spain, wit
well as to the motion picture
screen.
Tiles about "Sottth Pacific"
its beginnings,-its starti, its atm atmcess,
cess, atmcess, its music--are almost's' nu numerous
merous numerous as its perlopnance.
Joshua Logan bought the rights
to James MichKea "Tales of
the South Patific" with the idea
that an opera, a play, or a mor
Vilihcor b$ Made from one ol
the lei., orne':'weeks later at
a cocktail-party, te told Richard
Rodgers ti About his purchasa.
Rodgera nodded l'absent-thindedly
and jotted.down, the name of the
book. Sometime law, Hammer
tein happened to,:,-1 mention t
Joshua Logaw that heAas htterl.
ested in "Tales of the South
cific," butthat some "so-and-se
already had the rights, to the
book."
DOOR."
'When, Logan stoppUd laughing,
he informed Hammerstein that he
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tnat he dreamed tio the, highly ebsrgeri
ne onormea nammerstem
was the so-and-so. lending to "A Wonderful OW."
1 which Is responcihle for inncb of
Possessing tickets to ,"South Pa-. the.
cific" actually becalm. s mark of that song's nooularify. Fedi n
just- ending the song as the
social distinction. Persons who :
4Yric suggested. with the ; worda,
haan't seen the show begged in toxe, with wonderful
ticket stubs Lora their more for fortunate
tunate fortunate neighbors in order to de- didn't do, justice to the
girl's mounting emoion rfor the
posit them negligently on the man. Rodgers hit noon the idovof
mantlepiece to impress
gues,s. dinner having her renest the words, "I'm
in love. I'm in love, I'm in love,
- etc." at the end of the- :second
When Mary Meseta heard that chorus. It was so effective that
she was supposed to sing oPP9siti Hammerstein. who could only
Ezio Plaza, she inquired ammo; say "I wish I'd though'. of- that."
1,insisted it ,be made a permanent
munists 'are 'busy; We met 'quite part of the song.
a few unionists who had been 'to -
Moscow. They didn't all comet The music fo "Bali Her' was
back converted, but Communist completed in five minute Li
influence has clearly penetrated Rodgers. was dining with some
some parts of the continent. And friend( at the Logan apartment.
let's make no mistake: The, exam. When coffee was served, Ham Hampie
pie Hampie cot the USSII.-as a formerly merstein- arrived with the -lyrics.
backward country which bag oe- Rodgers looked at the typewritten
come a top industrial power in'40 sheet, pushed aside his- coffee.
years looks good through African' and started writing. s He was
eyes. However, Africans usually through in p matter 'of minutes,
don't see the price tag on the Sov and he never changed ,, t single
let product. nn'e of what he put down on paper.
If any of the nevi- African' na- I This sleight-of-talent,' though,: Is
tions can be swung into the Soviet preceded by months of thinking.
orbit, the natives will learn that! ,'t
the cost involves. rapid economic "Happy Talk" was done --In
development without individual about twenty minutes. A messeng messengfreedom.
freedom. messengfreedom. To us it might mean er ,brought the lyric -to Bodges
restrictions-, on our own freedoM while the lat'er was sick in,bed
of trade, travel and communics. A
tion with the African land. hotr bter Hammerstein telenhon-1
The best hope in the emerging ed to inquire if Rodgers 'had re reAfrica
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tein'S sanity.. However, she w-ts Rodgers' facility in composing
lured to ,the Rodgerst summer I t.- .....a,,i.i.s.......0 uccui., v..-
home in Fairfield, Connecticut,' ''''''te-r,:11-, 4unrwhat ''belat ''belatwhere
where ''belatwhere Mr. Logan read the first kily it' at discOveed that a aong
twelve, pages of the script and was needed for rinza in Act II.
Rodgers played -"Some enchant- At a conference it was decided
ad Evening.' They had no further that -the song should 'be on v the
trouble with her. ', theme' of a man just missing the
..---;.- ' love of hig life. Afterfurther dis disAt
At disAt one ot the final rehearsals CUBSi011 a title waS settled on
1r .r 1 la at ,q, i "ThisNealy wai Mine,' Rodgers
,l'I'm in Love with a Wonderftd paying hethought, the song shotdd
'Guy." -The- 'lbusiness of the be a majestic' waltz', because that
song called for a number of pink, was what was needed at the par parouettes
ouettes parouettes across the stage, but ?that titular spot in the show, hurried
night the spirited Miss Martin de; to a --phtno in another room. In
eided to do csrtwheels instead, twenty minutes, he was back to ad adThe
The adThe whole company shouted with, rnit somewhat sheepish': that the
glee-and thcn suddenly gaspedi. music, just wouldn't pome. The
1 Mary had misjudged direction:1 next: morning. however, ,when
, she cgrtwheeled right. ofer the Rodgers 'arrived et the theatre,
Aollighta! and, plunged into th be carefully displaYet. lead sheet
i '0, ,'''t,. ---, sei', ,-..tio,.,i, r, -t of e Song., The tune tome
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Texan hat, saved her item serious 4' w N ; .A:AV., Watt SAb awoice -tun
injuryher fall was broken by the morigatt .,- c" '
piano and 'the poor, piano player', --. -', -,,
,The Marl:pie -of Milford-Haven
She come out of it wi'h bodv ' ' '''', ,'
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was mos. ,partlid was, .., pair of
was only a bit battered. Next day Saw the weucuag fut to mitten ne
StealS to the great int, Justice flu flushe
she flushe showed up at the thiatre eel
prevented the pianist,,,,with a bou,
cunt of sweettpiart roge tastefully -.A. ----,.----.-- .. ,,---i ui iik--
arranged in a football helmet. -,1 '-', ---) --,: .. 00411ang ea ea'
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tor tis to get into 'South Pacific."'
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Majestic Theatre got a telephone
cab. "Hello,". said a voice, "I just
found two tickets to 'South Paci Pacitog,
tog, Pacitog, in with Ahem?" "No," the
Treasurer repbed, "J.tot unless the
owner- of the tickets remembers
his seat num' rs, and comes to
the theatre," "Oh," replied 'the
voide,-"there'll be no trouble then.
The pirty Won't show up. rm the
bsittt," saik atithlta
-ickets in' n, pocket
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Daring the English rua,-a ,man
went-to the .bon office. and asked
for "Two seats .for ,any evening
performance during the week.
Tbey must ',be between the third
was politely informed that there
was nothing left. When he, asked
for stalls on the right or on the
left gangwayi the treasurer in informed
formed informed him there were no) seats
the theatre for the next -Month.
The Englishman said," "Damned
bad mangement."'
On. Eighth. Avenue, in' New York,
1111111 store sold fake "Sou'h
Pacific') ticket stubs and pro programa
grama programa to those-unfortunate ones
, who felt that .their social life re re(mired
(mired re(mired proof that -they had peon
Ithia musicil Ailey,' famous aropod
the, world.
, At the height 'of the "South Pt,
evict ,tieket shortage,-in Decent.
ber 1949. when the -scalpers hon.'
11117 collected. Seventy-five dollars
for a pair of sesta, tho Droducern
focided they .wouM rather lief the
Damon ,Runvon Fond
,for Cancer, Research Pit all that
lovely extra rnottev. They there.
Ifore set aside,, from then on,
1 fourteen haute seats to be told to
tho hiahest hMder, "4 the money
Iota( to the- runti. Irtko lOolipqt
1414 !tiro $4..0011 soil four flekets.
Thts Hod. lo.date., him esot Aso.
r'eweti.bv over.atte igallarg
gram 'holm seat to nrOadway
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4 IgAMISURG.,' Carman! (ITPII
west Geemsoy tint vest' etssaste4
tiso Most yehieles in its Motor,
, end now eloimt too MP.. 111110ett
the world's' ear t expartora.. the
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servico,,, said '73.394' cars.
truck' and, busea welts. shitaed
shrosd during,. 1931., The' Unitad
gttee loomed fhlt"Oligttiat" Illt
with 142,674., Jnost. .themi NA&
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'CIUDAD TRUJILLO, DOMIllie DOMIlliean
an DOMIlliean Republic.Itenaming this, the
first cityiof Christopher Coluin
bui in the Islew,Worin, in honor ei
dictator, Is like renaming
Columbus, Ohio, in
honor, ef,,: the:We If family which
controls its newspapers,,, banks
and, insurance, ; .,
However., Gene'ralissimo tafael
Trujillo, absolute ruler of this
wepil-kept arid tither beautiful po po114
114 po114 state, is a dictator ivith void
ty. He. operates family-owned so-cialism
and -be wants the family
nameidentified with it,
Hes brother Hector is President.,
Ion Bonita, aged-29 is chief,
of staff of the
, Trujillo ,,t4OVinS the iilughter iilughterhous,,,
hous,,, iilughterhous,,, the,' cement plan t, thel
power plant, even 'sells beer na named
med named 'in, his honor"Presidente1"
4eer. ,,';
, Wherever- you -go' in -tOli land
where Columbus ,,,, established, the
first New Wetid settlement, ,)rou
see, MA pictures of Columbus; hit
pictures .of TruJillo.' ' '"
Columbus may have discovered
the' placi; but TrUjill0 'put 'it on
the tourist' map. He also put it
in tile beadthies. Finally be built
up the Most beautiful aeries of he.
tels, clean fpalm.studded boulev,
ards, and shimmering white -gov
ernment, buildings in, the Carib.'
bean.
If you look carefully, you'll find,
in the first cathedral built in the
New World IC the old :part of
town, the casket in wbkh a guide
tells you Columbus' remains are
supposed' to be buried,,,
But his picture? Hardly' ever.
Chiefly, the Vacture of Trujillo is
seen in the Dominican Republic.
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TOURIST BOYCOTT
The American' public, however,
seems to have- a sense of smell
regarding dictators. For 'at the
height of 4the tourist season, the
hotels of Ciudad 'Trujillo are not
buzzing with tourists, The welt weltkept
kept weltkept streets. look empty. Traffic
cops stand pedestals to govern
traffic, but, the traffic is not there.
Next foor : turbulent Hai
the hotels were crowded. Tourists
browsed all over Haiti, But in the
Dominitan Republic, not.
For some reason they kept away
from the land'of the dictator. The
,Jeragua and Ambrissador hotels
:in Ciudad -Trujillo Jtre. aeluitury
,ioui sanY; tri,Miartil,, but todayi
'pathetically; they are half empty.,
0 Out on Abell ldge; at.town
jillo'e-F gr oAr,b,d41-1,blibti;
tiful buildings in a crystal setting
beside, 4is azttro nobodg
came 'tor the kir. ift Nal 110'0
So now Trujillo has transferred
Inc governmentiOut f.talthel,,Fsir
grounds. Hie,,mirdstriaiLare
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DICTATOR e
'Twenty-eight' years ago when
Trujillo was just getting started
as a dictator, I came down to bis
I hPd prevlisly written seri I
of :COIIIIIMS 1911
while' serving As a postal clerk ,he
had been forced to leave the coo cooitY,
itY, cooitY, temporarily. for steallng' from
the mails; how in 1012 he ,was top'
victed stealing cattlef how in
1918 he served six months for forg forging'
ing' forging' the, Signature of his employrr.
After be, was released from jail
Trujillo joined the National Guard
then rtrained by the. DS Marines,
where he was emplOYett ss a se secret
cret secret agent to spy on his own NO NOpie
pie NOpie .for the very unpopular Mar Marine
ine Marine Corps occupation.
The, Marines 'prontoted him.
Eventually, after the Marines
withdrew, hei ataled revolution
and took over.
Having, detailed this bistor
thi ,American press as early
1931,, I went to the Dominican Re.
public jhat same year and met the
man ',had tailed cattle thief.
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"'.:' RESPECTABLIFOICTATOE'L: ..,
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-' In-tha years that followed Tra, :: :---
jillo became in the eyes of man)04 .... 4,4
respectable-116.1mi : been -, enter, .::...-".
tained ,by such 'society- queens 'as ' 'I,
timei Gwendolyn Oafritz in Wasik.. '.' 7 0
ington. He hasentertained and de. ,, :',
eorated' a long.:list .pli, Congress, ,,' :'.'
, He, bet :bad apneehess delivered -, :.:.,k:,
on the floor ,of his:, own. Cengress l' '': .'
by 1.1S 'Congressmen Donald- Jack. ::,. ::
son- of -'.' Calidonin; ',and -' Gardner :::-, ;.:.
Withrow pl,Wiaconsin praising his i '' ..:.-
system. -.,- '-.',;:. '-' :' ';-;7:', .".:....',-.- --',:,, '7. ''.
He has also had' the -ion-in-lati..;.,. ;::...c,
of, John ;.. Foster., Dulles,-.4 Robert: -,:,-; '-
l'ilnshaW,.,come',te :Trujillo':: City ;.i :.1'.?.,c
and 'stay for -threi months'. its a : :::
Trujillo guest,-:, And 'he "-. has ..bact :,:::::::::14.
Mrs. Eitenhowerts hrother-in4aw ::.
fa. Gordon ,Moore,-- become- his .' :s. -,,
partner in :a sugar deal.," ...",,,,,,,.;:"..---, :: ''''', 7
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pectability, has mot. changed,- And : : ''-'-.
I-have notchanged in Whatl have ::.'1'.':-..::
written' about him,,,Be knoft that.: --;.:' '",.'..
When, l'. have:met him:, at.'Maw : '.. 4
dame Cafritz's salon in Washing- ::
ton he smiles knowingly and bowe ,s. -,..,
olitely, Ile know! what the score .:.,,
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. Seine people ,:asked '.-.'met.-, if -: I': .',
wasn't -,afrani to conie, down hero' 1--;41
on this trip.. Maybe,. in yiew of tile : '. :,
Galindez kidnaping, :they,: said,, "I .. .'
would be shot or poisonedC ; ;':" .: ;
Trujillo is too. smart7to dc; that.' :'; :
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Resider I at of the opinion :that ,- :
Trujillo is more philosophies' now :i ,::'
and wantnto retirc..11e- is pushing ..' ; ''; "1
' Me had hOPed in' gromn his aim; ).:, 4
Ranifis to succeed liim.: And the. .:' :1
greatest : disappointment 2 of ,''; tut ,:' f 4
life pas when Ramfis put Bird No. '.,: -::,:,:
;yak and ,Zsa Zs Gabor nhead of '....,
army- atudiea .. and Dunked out 'at '......7'. ,.
lAavenworth,.:,. ,,, f..:.,.,,,:., '..:. r ': - ,'
' Bui whether'...philosnphicif-..er ,...:
not, Trujillo is NU a tottgh milita-. V,'.:
1), 'man when it comes U.-defend, :-,
'leg: his islamragainst 'Fidel --Cas : :::: 1:-' 4
tro. His gunbeats petrel the cOast :: -. ;
night and ,day. 'fin is "alert:: and. ;,. :,
ready:Jot' any eventuality. :: -.',:, :7"---..",.. 1 ,'
;Me, Wilt, TrUJ1110' ':Ztip "., its' .' the ,4 ...,
Ereatestdictitor of:Ate-Caribbean i
,ind',,the best' 'target Castro and : ''. '..:4
ceninittnism":teuld.,phstibly1 have, : j': i
Noty'we arEltuelt: witklint. nit ;,-,.',' I ,..,
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',... ..i- SPECIAL' TRAP- IFIC,CON'TROV anti-regulations' coutie-'(.as gra- duated- this 4 week,,' it -trie,, un of its ,radio coinmttm'cations,;.,-1 letter which :took 3Ys days to '. '; ',
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it .. .; at the request' of the. Latin American 'Countries to- ,Imptore 'their traUic :.efaritrol 4 systeme,, From '' ,,-,"" ,, ': le, 1,' e tet y,e,,,rase, for .,msyor yester- The foreign press was' barred New sleek line designed by rinin Farina'. Remo fee due bi 2 I ',, ,',- .,
left, tits 'right ate, Lt., Abraham.topez"Zataors, from, Sabana; Costa Rica;,' Lt. ROgelip Arceillilialot Cancer 0 Ks,. day., -,,, i,
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ub !cis- id For li hire 4.eylinder engine.' Top speed: over NI mph. ',. '''' -..'. , ,:",: ; L
position when ',,the ,deadline for , Come end sem the row,espiore it. dries it Tsiephent4 er.bist,,', ;',,-, : ., : ., :,.i:' '... i.
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0' : vetsity, 'of: Atlifornia ;";a1:Los An... Mile, Tay,ler -,talk, to., our students; r ; .,, - : .., ,,, cer of the larynx are physically ,
files teday retired actress' Eliza-, Our man ,Isaid,',"'Whr ntt",),Irs ,. , , , capable of, ,, learning to produce .
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, representative, of, Miss, Taylor been1 intrited;'' I eel.' the heed of voted to' an,,Indian ceremonial. tear. 4:ityie, he -aaid, have mas masered.
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re,' net;",- 4 sa d ' Molnar.' ?' "We; don't. that she ',had 'indeed" neon. 'invited. e: Iron ,of, the Pack.Teepee.
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. , pressing: litisiness,, at-,, the' Mineent
'' Den 5 "was; 'dressed in Indian gram. Fresh its all 4,:,, ;,10..'' 011, '',
fill.:: hey, definitely, were not halt' in "las 'Neges,wi h ;siege ddte .
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karat :Army,, Gr u -- suce ed
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i S n a I n()PII'',",,,,( Generalissimo the ;nation's," hospitalt.;; yesterday, :,
',;, and poisonous wastes in your, Wee IA ',., r'L :.! ,,;,;', rs',. ,,' ,.,.,.,,,t.,,,.. .,..:,-,... ,..,,, ,4.,,,4,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,f,,,., 44,, I, 't ,,, ,, ,, ..,!,, ,J,,,, 0 !i,' .4 :, t , ''' t,"'i ( :0, ,'.. '.:',. ,, .t, ',, , ,, , , .' : ,t. ', .,...
Francisco :Frinee,,',ind Roman eight te eut, down their we f
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, , I,,"telle.,-14.1eaderaAoined,: yester before the ;government fees 'in- ';' -invade these delicate' tubep and irri, 1 '!:;01' ''
' di". in ,OPeniag "itt46,000,,aere :but to'doritl,for,, them.,;: '3' '': i'4;'''''4 ',,, tate ,tho bladder, 'making roil mutter ", t ''' '.... ,"" ,'',';' ' -' ', .,t .0 ,'' ? : '.;,'"' '' .' 4, ' ' 4,'1,, t ;',,. ' eft
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... .., ae reremonies ,,tvere;..held... en hosbitals,'' :, t Nelson,,,..said,:!.,;:llThe 'neyete4' and set effective relief front '..., ''," '..' 1, "" ' ''' '''41' '' ''' ' l' '',' '- ' '' ' '' '
t, ." 'irre.4-20th -anniversary': 'art the :eild meehaelsrit'lot thiS" type ,,ef' sem:, ..tif,1: tiletLatoti.,,t, ztycstea,-milutint .,4
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' eft, the, lightlee,,,,s"r.,tr,i; )!,-:',:t,, ,,, 1 control, already P'exists t-,:t. In-," tho,' fidneye and bladder aneclils'oolimtl'iese 111;14. ,".'- 44. -,1;,,,1,.4', 4.,,,'., .'.1,,,,,;;.i ':.;:: .',!.'rd,.'4, ,,,,I, ,,,,,,,,,:,.,,, -: ,,,:,, A,-,,, ,, i',, v ,,,,,.. ls,,,,.,
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ist today Knd lee holt' 't ': ' ' '' if'00ND''TIPi P 't 0
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..z4,4,"' goestc -,that ',the t.:,eivit writ ": Ind : Nelsons;coMmenta., 'were "- Pith., mace hotter and animism you'will foot ' i ' ' '' ' ,or ;
' .N4 t been i "trite truside"' that saited lished, in lhe' eurrent isaut ,of .Hogi,,,,,4004,96,4iyol4,4544,0444,1,0444,44ruse,,,4, 4,':,ottoseeefeeeO'eiteloeeettesteeeeeotoe-oloeseSelte I '' l
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21:171Z.SIDAT, APRIL I, 1959 7

, A SPECIAL' TRAFFIC CON'TROL" and, regulation course ( graduated this ,L week ''at
Army Caribbean School,,,Fort Gulick. This is the :first of:a aeries, of, two-weeksi courses:started
at the request of the Latin American 'Countries to Improve', their traUic 'cOntrol 'systems.4 From
left ,to 'right ate Lt, Abraham Lopez Zaraors, from Sabana, Costa Rica; Lt. ROgelip
, bog from Santo Domingo, Heredia,Costa Rica; Col., Jorge.Francisco Andrade- from Quito, Echo,-
dor: Howard C. Hyatt, thief instructor tithe ,Seieol's- Military, Police- section:. -Lt. srael
valonotano Valverde from san Joss, ,Costa, RiCav Lt!,'Andres Malin Montoya 'from 'regueigal 'regueigal,
, 'regueigal, Honduras. : : AMY- Ph()te)
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- ' ifir"-D'(tri)' Th'-vni if '
' :!;BOLT, 00 e asked we would,011te, to :have
versity, Atlifornity;lt :Los An-- Miss., Taylor tallt to. our, Students;
geles today, retired, actress' Eliza- Our man stlid;'!Mrty" not?.4,; Irs
beth',Taylor as a 'visiting lecturer' common prattice; for' :US 'to ',lave
before:she...even': had, a, chance, to -ton. ;theatrical peOple like ',Peter'
, pitler first ylslt,: Lorre, ,'' Joseph ,' Schildkraut 1, and
.1)r; ,,Wilitam !Of Burt Lancaster 'address tear t Stu Stu,theatre
,theatre Stu,theatre department, eild dents. -,
the, .finiversity had .received: .1eV the' neat tbing AneW,
,ters -from' ,!unhappY':,housewtves"; that. man, Spread ',,Ahe ',word"' to
all, 'over the,:votuttry:, evet,since a everyhody,fthat-; Miss : Tailor!, had
representative, et miss, Taylor Nem inviteLl ant- fthe lteict "of
earead Ord ;' 'several; weeks the ilipartment; '04'1 'can tell 'you,
' ago; she would lectur s')uotion u- never issued' an
ptctu,rty, class,,, ,Bact" at, Miss Taylor!" ,,,raa
4' :' - near' ,Las Vegas:New.. 'snokei-'
',174,1f Oita' .a',hoinet',.! 'man:. for the: Itetrigr tained
nent;;'salci dolt 1- that ,she'had indeed- h'Oena ;Invited.
ittnythlrtg:'against' Miss 'lay-. tut,:,
hOusewiyes froth-4W over flattered, she passed ut ;the
theplOtry.. ivrotek-to the' nidver- .portunitybecause: 'she id', more;
tar, ive 'shoUld',he care.: pressing: hnsiness,: At the Anment
fuLtIlier d'tinitelr were not )111P', in Las :Vegas, With Jitter. ';Eddie
''''' risheri who May' her. nixthus nixthus'
' nixthus' .Melnitz Itad. Aieett band. ' '
pita feViTred, labes 'around his
epartmenti,,,,since wor got
, 'that.-the-V-year-old aultr ,attress
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about' lite -.111-the 'InoVieLblistnekstt IT"
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plead,lor,the,311e-' of her
ueetKof idottibg, to the
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nftiolalsOncouraged itty
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tt,;nty son,,!.:Alan:,,, ,:-Inn-
t:ye'cit.,-ItiviterO,TWesday
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inted, Permission toy-visit
'Alias' NV,e at,Mavanit's
fortress ''.prison, '1?Itere he
aeettied OVitternVint to
estrO., $19o,non,: but lie
ant r'part: the alleged
is, 1).d:rig held without
with, Jhousinds! other.
tOnclucline',A!war
11,"tb be tried by revolu-
:', rent : on ,:an
-the clock ',schedule to,.
ei, -effort" to an up :the
aeklog of tiS!; $00n
1310.!::
stimated -49V. hive ',.,,been
1,:tbus fat end wan, :en-.
the: ,;:totat, Virould miSs', the
tit 'Aometimo. 'Jilts ,week.
ed 2', up 19 nviere After:
tewspatterssaid -continua-
th. -;trialss),Vies! hill411e 'en'

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' (tan -AnOther:',,:.:Mr:.;..iiitek-1031101-,"
,0,,,, appealed, todayt,efor,'e persenal in7
, teritiewielthPretnier'Sidel -,,,Csa-
-: tre'lpfplea d., 'lot -,,thelife-, of her
.:'' Iton:,''. atensetKof Plotting te,ltill the 1
" Cohan. Oiyolutierfaryleadet, ,,',, , ,:, 1
r".'Cuban,,ffloialk;encouraged, )ny
lanes, rof: seeing-the, prime, "minis7 I
a,, .,,
ter',?,iti;eliey-rneat, rlait ',or' ..so.7:,,tshe ..so.7:,,tshe,
, ..so.7:,,tshe, salti!,i,?1,1f. r.'; I''. 7' See.-- PitY:4';',Ative It'
'.6.1 mother's': :feeling.' U. can 46nVince
:-, filth 4,1bSt,',',Iny'? soit;.,'Alee,,, IS ,AnnO-
' cene,,I,,),,,,'..:':. ,,,,,;, ,.Y, '",.'.,:-A-t'..' '', 4,': ;,, 1. -: i
: .. ldiilltYn'cli;iii here,;rtie id 1,
.. frooriWhiting;',,Ip: and 'prompt-Iv
r: waS",Atrank.d, nermiiiion 'to y: visit
,, her ,SonAtilarit. Ill.,,NY6 0:Raiantes
,, Calnina4ortress 'prison, 1?bere', he
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Nye, la i aCeused of 4ttemp'ing to
shoot Castre, for -090,000,, but lie
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deried -, any, ,fpart; ,le the alleged
.i, ,;:,NYti,.: : is, betng ,.: held :. without
)' charge '.!' wtth, Jhousands! -Of other.
1,,; prisonertincluding,,,war ,- crlmin,
,, ile;j,,still''',4 be tried ,hvrevolu ,hvrevolu,L.:'
,L.:' ,hvrevolu,L.:' tiona,ry,,, tribunali., --,,';'.., '..-::', ::, :,(ii.-','"-'-', ",', 1
T'r ). The,;.':triali:iboarcli ?went : on ,.' ,:an
areold -',...-,, :the ,' clock ',schedule to,.
',,, tial,,ps.., ,ae -effort... :to ,relt an' up .: the
,.,-.. large ',backlog -.. of ,,cases eV $00n,
' asn-nOssiblet.:: -.- w!--:7,.'!.;;-:.,, .;" '0, .:,.1, '-:',''','
' ,:,: 'PM- ilestimated ,493;'. hive ,,been
4,,,,, exectited, -thus far ,'., and l'itt, was ,:ex-.
i:', ; ro'rtecrjhel :,Aotat,, Would nliti.3', the
.i,;,, ton ,,Inarl5 ',.r,lsoinetime '.this ,week.
':',,,,' The,'speed :',i',- up ea -Ordered a fter:
.,, Clban liewspaners,',1.,i.,said -,continna-.
P flirt, 0' th-,;trialaiWas having -sit
1. adverse,,:, 4.tle.rt: ,On ",,, Orld ,:: public
-, oplyilen.vi,44i4Q, t, 44.:'.1i.,,,, :::-,';"'', it.,
, l'Ar.114 ,,IY:' gi''',,einbassy repored' the
,:,',:, ,:lirthisional .,!-,,roleaset,' --,of:,-!. four
'''''' Istot!eIln4 IncludinctWo :', Bronx
oeautiet;;-,,,wheys'vere strosted ,,.on
,
't,.,:,' snogglinade, Phalle' ',11arch 13 ,Its
'' , th itepPed eff,planes from 141,a 141,a.
. 141,a. r ''it...:,!Ine':,e','',-4.',,,,Atidt .,.. -.,,::, ,'.' ,
4, they, Were, identified- i it ,-Elalne
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t"' Ultesell,, Xenia VhomadeltiCi, -Ed
,,,,,' wa,rd,,$olom, on end ',Antonio. Ptieto.
Spoi, They, -kmere R, areuSed ',01". violating,
r Cuban' Isw,::1117,, bringing:An Cuban
0,, : iiesotrfallegedive, patella sed, on the
,blic1(,hi rket,,IIIIKe, tint ted 'States;
: Vie ,inontY, was 'said to blv been
,s,
,' ,telten but:', Of ,', rtitlFt!',1)174:,cuonin4orgl
.,,. , ot,9ustedo'Dietiltdr!l'plgerielo ;,'Bit.
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- P.: Hospitat Assn, President' -I elect
: '"),tritottY.'. .7,11E.t.. trAttEN, Russel' 'A,' Nelson', tilled ,',,' on
S I n Generolissime the nation's hospitals yesterday
'r Francisco 'sod ,,;,Romati eight tO cut, dowir theirl own lees
, : leaders Aoined, yester-, before the government ;Steps...In'
' dev.'in opening !it'',16,000-aere but to do ,'It'.tor them, 3, "'
, '61 de ',Church, as a memorial to'. tho ,tMorre self controli Akre, 'needed
4t- 114, rron'ti -War! 4- tor tbe strength tot our voluntary
' t 'dr ceremonies ,',Ivere held:: on
1, irre,-20th ,snolversery ortthe mechanisril thio type;OL.,Selft'
oft' the. fightiom,-,,?,,,,e! ,, I- control, already i'''exista In tho
, ','A,,rrsitteo told an ',.eitimatel 30,400 state, hospitaVassociatione!',!
guests that the Wa ',Ind Nelson's Atmmenti 'were
L been "true crusade"' that saVed lished, in the eurcent ;,of Hogi,
.p Spain, front ,ConimunitirC: the Magazine "of the,A114,2:
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(UPI)
1464 ',,Stateit;lestbrdir, ithiPped,
retahatdry :travel ban'. on ,,, all
Russian officials, stationed:lo this
stralii:rtv."1:(1
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401,1tem
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two, lyeelis,71t 'ivas' speculatPd.titat
Military, pa epetivere, ivere. i h,e
ras011,110Wwits .06 binV is, to
the repaint fo! thie; jun
h41, '. ,- -- i!, ,.
:State' PeRattMent spokesmen
saidythe U.S; ban
' not; spay Ibistan;
tOrr 7,;itv,I, this ,,countrr Auld'er ik
chinge'tgraniC not
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clear IA ',Moscoviltaw oohed
t9 -"American,' tourists. '2.7"
y. White ,1,,e1SW, said, the ',, ban.
Would 'be lifted ,vhen''..- end. t the
degreo,', that 'Aussie 'relaxed. 'lts
restrictions. 7 .4
mben. thtwaa,,irtiti; 46--vvin
rielprocally, open up 4reseliere,"',
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noted-Abet the
'States', Ista','?"repeatedly',',
for, Vie abolitioni or, i'reductitin of
closed ',' (travel)... tOpes, 4tOth in' sib o
Suviett :Union tquad ,,'here,cf ,-'
, "But,!!.--, he ,- said, -,!!theoviOt
goverliten(c beirrioV'Teeptoded'7'10,.
'MS.; PrOODeale' Ot tegird ':!the
SoViet ,ttnion,,hait-ioftet prevented
trivet even bpen
'are tloingi.,at vresent.,$.;.
result. of thelateiCSitiiei'
,retrietionetbe.,United' ',Stater' 4
Itloosing reelptocat temporary
ben ow travel .,of ;Soviet Alnion ol.'
Sn;.thewnitet::statet.-f,,.,,
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in-chief, ALS. ArtnYe',XuroPe; and
t commanding,. general, of NATO's
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start hiefirst day al his peW,pena'-
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Monthly Pick 1
Meeting at Coco Solo,
The Cub Scout. Pack 18, CON)
S010,-. held their-- March Pack
meeting" on Monday,' at .--their
netv Scold Center in Coco Solo
with- the 'program entirely de devoted
voted devoted to an Indian ceremonial.
After the openings flag cere cerelnony'
lnony' cerelnony' by Den 4,'" all the sub subSeeing
Seeing subSeeing moved 'int a, large cir circle
cle circle around a simulated camp campfire
fire campfire In front 'of the PackTeepee.
Combining the March ,Therne of
Canada with the program.4Den
6 wwas dressed as Canadian
northwest i-mounted 'police;
Den ,5 was 'dressed in Indian
regalia repreSenting the 'Indian
nations: Den-A6 supplied the In Indian
dian Indian music with 'war drunis arid
rattles; and, Den, 2 represented
the' ArnerleamPeleface.- ..4
committeeman Douglas Smith
In luil Indian dress was Akela
and Vie' assisted, by (Mrs.) Nor Norrea'
rea' Norrea' DeVoll, ale ,in full Indian
crew), au his- soliaw,r Cubmaster
B. K. Levin, acted, as the -tribal
shaman tinti'presented the,,tre the,,trernchy.'
rnchy.' the,,trernchy.' V.th just the Jight froM
thectiinspilre, the 1,011r. SCOUtS
I ronuttralpila: Mitedi,
Jerrr Poppat Bill e.Streng and
Steve Wish, were ceremOnicusly
presentet: their denchiet cords
by Mrs. DeVoll for Akela.
Iheri indiVictually,. each Cub Cubscout,
scout, Cubscout, was -,,presented "to' Akela
ancr,given ; achievement a award,:
ward,: award,: Eddie Egger, bobcat pin
and ,,Wolf badge; Joe queen,
wolf badge with gold and silver
arrows; Craig, -,Swicegood,'' wolf
badge with. gold and ''silyer
rows,;,' Mike Strong,', bear badge
with gold ,arrow-, Warren Drell,
bear,'' badge t with gold arrow;
Jerry' Arnold,, bear badge; Jim JimCarlson,
Carlson, JimCarlson, silver arrow; Bill
Redmond; silver arrows; Chris
leviik, silver arrow: Ward.Paris,
de'rzer, badg4 Hank ;selt014 as as8:4ar.t
8:4ar.t as8:4ar.t denner badge; arid, tar tarry
ry tarry chann,,i, :assistant den 'n e
badge. The meeting was cloSed
bY?Den':14 after anonuntement
of the-. coming "-activities had
beeri made. t, 9' -
MILA1f4is,kiit';2'f(UPI)-A.lbe
Cbuncil called .;, bY
Pope: May,, discuss
Meludinq inepi, in Alm
;order ;:of deacona make ;LIM
'for' the4hortaire' of ,Ficman
Priestat a leading' Cathol CatholIelnagazhae
Ielnagazhae CatholIelnagazhae ,today. "-
MagaZine:,,'PLe
Ca ttellehe,r, ledited,.'bitilk! Milan's
Pinititicat Institute t Of 'Foreign
flissions.1,,Said, the idea his limy
,beini, considered t especially '; in
French' 'nn,(1.,,,ICterman, Chatoll
,relett Ot,,; ,,',,
rheP Married deitori Mild
never : become priest,- but ';:could
assist,lpdests, pre4,chini
In,some.,religieus
magazine' -.T)
.:,,.'1'We,-,7wholeheartediy.sAllocate
a-renovation" 'of that' 'order (of
;1,bir deacons). and we think :that
in view ot4he Importance ind
topical naturi'M ,the isslie 4 it
'would not', be' Surprising-It it
drew the attention of the nn nnpsnticed
psnticed nnpsnticed '..Ecurnenical Council."
the'lnagazine
r lit Rome.' Vatican- 'citileti had
MT,. immediate .conupent;; ott::the
'Prediction.? :
,c
bottle deans 4,13 nests' Seidl
and poisonous wastes in your, blood
,i, through millions of tiny delleate tubed'
;or filters in the kidneys. When,germil
, invade these delicate' tubep And irrie
tate ;the bladder, making yolk suffer
4,,frorn 'the discomTorts resulting from
, those, infections, then you feel old.
tired, nervous and depressed. Try
,'Cystea and get effective relief front
.these aliments. Cystex -eombate
'corms, clean ont excess welds front
, 'kidneys and bladder and soothes tree
tated tissues, Ask for Cysteir trom
Pour druggist today and Isa noir
s, murk better and .happler you will feet
pbotalst Get Oystini front gent drUlikisk

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1173qTtINTrtNe;,' April 2 (UPI).
The Navy said last night it is plan planning
ning planning to install a' communication
system between Washington and
Pearl Harbor. by bouncing radio
signals off the moon.-
A spokesman said the Navy
demonstrated is year 'ago that
such a means of communication
wacfeasible. Ife added that it bas
- rf. r4 ttle et, :"Itt
--,"uo0g to put ate
raystern into effect.
, Under the Dresent system of ia iaAlin
Alin iaAlin contact between ,the two' I Ital.
tal. Ital. Navy points, radO.signals ate
transmitted by bouncing them off
the ionosphere, that layer of at)tice
abnve the tarth's stratosphere.;.
But the spokesnfan said that tie
'ionosphere is, subject to changing
properties from sun spots. He saj4
the' moon's.. properties 'are stablel.
ByAsing the moon,' be saidthe
Navy hoped to eliminate disruptibti
of itsradio communications., -.1
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PRINICS-Ala For
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,q,WASIliNGT011., (UPI) The
American Cancer Society sp.
oealed to the public today to'belp
'locate people 1010 lave lost their
voices to cancel
It said 95 per cent of the esti estimated
mated estimated 12.000 to 15,000 persons who
have undergone surgery for can cancer
cer cancer of the larynx are physically
capable of, learning to produce
sounds and 'words again.
Jack L. Raney, executive sec secrkary
rkary secrkary of the international Asso Association
ciation Association ,1 of ,Laryngectomees and
himself a viCtim of cancer of the
larynx, said, that learning to speak
again generally takes from sev several
eral several months, to as much as a
year. Some, he -said, have mas mastered
tered mastered the. technique in Sint a few
weeks.
"The Main' problem," he said.
"is, overcoming the tendnecy to
withdraw from' the world when
You have suddenly lost your abil ability
ity ability to speak.'
ity to speak.'
Irhe association already has
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MADRID,- April,I, (UPI)
Generalissimo FrillICISCO Fran Franco
co Franco today dedicated hi. amtro amtroversial
versial amtroversial "Valley of the Fallen' to
Spain's one. million civil war
dead but publiclyIgnored a plea
to free nolitical prisoners.,-
The 41;7-year-old thief of state
chose the 20th anniversary
Mammoth Basilica carved out
, granite in which he
plans to :e-bury many of the
War Wien. -
FlbrIce accompanied by his
wife, und wearing the khaki
uniform of a raptain-generai of
ithe Spanish Army, attended
AMISS in ,the-lBasilica. It' was
,ce)ebrated by -Spain's Cardinal
Primate ,Enrique Pla y Deniel.
;-After the- mass, in a brief
speschQA, an: 'estimated throng
IT WAS AllAILED
- 4
CROWN ,POINT, Ind. (1.1PI)--A
letter which took 312 days to
travel 20 feerfurther complicated
the cityli rase for mayor yester
daY -;
, Mayor MarVin
Erlenbauch,thought he had no op opposition
position opposition when fthe deadline for
election filing tpassed Thursday
midnight.rIslot- so, it turned out.
Officials received a letter from
City, Reptiblican Chairman Fred
Nentoyer Monday requesting a
'place on, the ballot. The letter ap apparently'...took
parently'...took apparently'...took almost four days
to travel 'from the stamping ma machine
chine machine to the take County clerk's
mailbox.
Fresh ,as all
Outdpors

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NAMES OF PEOPLE THAT 'HAVE WON GIFTS
, WITH THE FAMILY PLAN

Lino Boza
Man Garcia
Ceratina de Higuero
Carlos Jaoheca
MAU C. Ramires
L. Boss Jr,.
Garcia
ta de Higuero
Jaobeca
C. Ramires
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of, 20,000 outside the Basilica,
Franco said that, -the civil war
had "reduced to powder the in international
ternational international brigades which were
very 'superior in number."
lie said t,he ,civil war was "a
true crusade" which had saved
Spain from conimunism. He said
Spain' nOW enjoyed ; pcditical
tmity and internal peace.
He ended with the traditional
cry 'of the 'Falange, "Ariba Es Espatter
patter Espatter (yp Bpain1). The crowd
cheered.'

The. beaming Generalissimo.
made no reference in his speecn
to tio. grave problems facing his
coUntry when he spoke to the
crowd at the Basilica. Nor did
The respond to a plea by thou-1
sands- ,of relative of political
prisoners Spanish, jails for
amnestrto mark the occesion.1
But from the Basilica he- went
to the monastery and school
which lie behind the ,rock-eov-,
ered Basilica to make another
speech,
The foreign press was' barred
from attending this talk.
GIVE .APPEAL, NOTICE
1
WARSAW (UPI) 'Defense
coimsel for' former gauleiter
Erich, Koth gave notice- of appeal
today against. a sentence eon eondoming
doming eondoming ,' the txNazi occupation
chief to death forperimes against
humanitl." A Polish court last
week found Koch guilty of respon responsibility
sibility responsibility for- the deaths of some
300,000 persons.
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celebrating her fifteenth birthday today, introduces her Coon
try's beautiful oollera to Miami, where she resides with her
parents, Vice COnsul of Panama in Miami and Mrs. Herbert
Wolff Jr. Miss Hilbert is a student at at. Theresa's Academy in
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Gaither, Have Guests
i At Quarry Heights
, Lt. Gen. Ridge ly GaitriertConv
, minder ki.chiet, Caribbean Com
Ivan& and Mrs, Gaither have ag
!guests at their quarters at Quar Quarlry
lry Quarlry Heights Col. (ret.) and Mrs,
1William Vgn Dyke chi tSt LoOk LoOk19Ut
19Ut LoOk19Ut Meuntain, Tenn,
I Colonel ind Mrs. Ochs artivet
;in the Canal ZOne Monday aboard
!the Panama Line's Cristobal, and
Oviil visit here about two weeks.
Sir and Lady Henderson
' Intortsin at CaCittliia
The British Ambasisarloa to Pa Pa,
, Pa, UMW Sir Ian.yliendersn Ind La Lady
dy Lady Henderson ,entertetv04 at a
Cocktail party at the EthliassY
rsterday.

PROTEINt BIOLAC supplies infitelent
protein tOr babies crowns.

Biol ac

1,AC is modified cows milk of
the very Mellen Millis.

The hosts recently returned from
a triP tO Chile.
Cocktails Tomorrow
At .National Distillery
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, mt.
Malys vice president and general
manager of the National Distills,
ry issued invitationa for a
cocktail party tomorrow evenmg
from 7 to 9 at the Agewood
Guests will assist in electing the
Best Bartender of the Isthmus.
Invitations should be presented
at the bohio entrance.

DV and,Mrs. ,Gronaman
Vis'iting' at Amador
Dr. and Mil. qronematt
of College Station, Texas, are vi

We wish to express our deepest gra,titude and
warmest thanks for the many kind expressions of
sympathy extended to us during our recent bereavement.

Mrs. A J. Catanzaro
John Thomas Catanzaro
Ross Brogie
Anita Obsrho!tzer

NOTE THESE IMPORTANT mow Tors

FAVThe tat content of 510LAO hu
been reclined po that baby recetYYS
only what he needs. and can dined
SUGAR: Lactose mature' milli sugar)
has been added to MOLE! to sunplY
ellergY,
Yes, your iaby receives all nutritional requirements

GIVE YOUR BABY
(ea itui am load ail Mt
ittccuami
with Biolae

Now York, KY., t1,1 A,

lite tomphda btituti lood
,1-,::!:::,
,,,,tk-;,--, Now, with NIOLAC; babies
,!1,''', f can cbtein all the necessary
i4S;4 nutritionsi elements for
io,, ,
-,,,,,.- norrat hoeithy growth.
, ,,
BIOLAC hso boen orsatod
)
,:-,--, L' eopeolelly to provide the
rx'. advantsEss of mothers milk,
41,,,z,
to provide i soft, convenient
C:4:' balancod diet for baby,
D
' ' BIOLAG now contain
,, Vitamin C

1

Um' 134,
Panama

siting .at the home ei Capt. and
Mrs, Jay,Rusiell it Fort Ampler,
Dr, Gronomen is a stiff mem.
ttgr of MIAs and M Colleges
Wee tuteher Wonted
Sorority P11111090
Anw Mee Butcher was elected
president, for the oomiog YOU Of
Pete Chepter, lets gloms Phi, at
meeting at the home of "loots"'
Mitchell in Gatos,. Other PSIVIY
elected officers are Mary Dsniel
oes, viee-presidentl Jo McDonnell,
tresourer; Terry "raiser, record,
ing seiretaryi end Joyce Cottrell,
corresponding secetary.
Plans were diecuseed for the
pledle initiatic next Wednesday,
d oiler honoring those receiving
the degree will precede the initia,
tion.
Miss Butcher aleo wile elected
the chapter's INS Girl of the
Year," an honor recognitips Judi.
vidusl contributions to the chap.
ter,
Jo McDonneD presented a talk
on drams, discussing lighting, por,
trayal, make,up and theater or,
sonalities,
Holidsy decorations were used
cm the refreshmente at
which the hostess presicititt, The
"white 41ophant," donatsd by Ter.
ry Froiser, was won by Jo Mc.
Donnell.
-
!CONTIN.VED ON 'AGO WWI)

Lit,Lijs,1922112
Girls 11, Boys 9

The Easter weekend was a IMF
time at Gorgas Hospital with five
babies born on Good Fridsy, lour
on Sautrday and one 4011 TWIT
SundaY. Ths total for the week
Which ended at midnight TualtilYt
wao 11 girls and nine boys. During
this same period, 3117 patients were
admitted Ind 1111 wars discharged,
wording to the hospital report-,
rsrents Of the girl born on Lis Lister
ter Lister Sunday art 51,4. and Mrs. 11.
Daniels, of Panama. -
The girls whose birthday Was
Good redo? wers banjo Mr. and
Mr& 11, Howard, of Paraio;
and Mr, sod Mrs, 11,: Roder of
?slims. The boys wars rn to
Sp.5 and Mrs. S. A. Mora es, of
COO; $fe and Mrs, M. Rios, Of
ttaytho: nnd 11110,,
15. Whitfield; 'ot Loco
Parahts of the ether girls born
during the week ere Mr.'snd Mrs.
ff, ?lets, of Femme; Mr. and
Mrs. J, Morales, al FahliMil;
and Mrs, W. I. Summerstof Ft.
'Cob Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Her,
filandez, of Santa Rosa: Mr. and
rt. L Lavalos, of Panama:
Mr .and Mra, R. H. Letter, of Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon,
'ot Panama; and MBO and Mrs.
J. Hays, of Albrook.
The other boys Wato born to
Sgt. an siMrs, T. Irick)ilidtr, of
Lbennit; Ste and Mrs. J, Q. Slats,
of Ft. Clayton: Mr. and Mrs. E.
Brown. of ?Anima; and Mr'.
J. Christy, of PanaMal Mr, and
Mrs. C. A. Livingston, of Noma
Ond Mr. and Mrs, 6, Willisms,

:41; MINCRALSi 13101,4tp bee
130t,It anriellefr with vitamins tnd ir.ea
Vitamins A0 e sad 0 Well es Ins
been sdiad ta inlaid1Mo quintile
this, motlic 4130 coataiiiis onnitiont
vitivnin 134 (0) es WOO al Sad
Dhosyhotus. imaaTtent iss ansisall
drone hones end teeth.
MN 40MPANY

with BIOLAC.'the COMPLETE infant food!

AND SIOLAC IS IASI' TO PRIPAIII
limply mitt 1110140 with roviotilly
boned cooled, water. oettording go desist
imituctiono. Thot's sill
, No, complicatod 'powwow' No words'
ho tool Is OS iti.stroctionO Org

woogommemosoo

'i
.1

.o.ill

Pis 110ild;''':i...:.p't1.0.,.46

volaration
SI Linser
14 Helmet
phsped ports
' 35 Finishing
' 36 Anea
37 Small devils
SO ?molt les
40 la oddities
41 Dross
41 Lord
45 Human bents
10 Mine
11 "MO Grande
River
Ammo! lots
Pleat
Si Nene god
14 Australis', 1
, ostrich
55 Meet lei bolog
10 Itird'a hem
111 Lamprey
DOWN
1 Fnervates
' 2 Vegetable tat

ily GAY PALMY

NEW YORK (UPI) Some
leaders in the handbag indusiry
deserve a salute from us ie.
malea They're trying, bless 'em,
to bring order out of the chaos
to ow Wool.
Of eonyao any woman can tell
them they're lighting a losini
battle. Ponies aro like eloSete.
Tha Mort room we have, the
mars wa stuff int and the hard,.
sr It Is to grub through to the
bottom, But designed inventive.
nese is not at ;II discouraged by
ferhinins disorder. A

,
This"sesson, one manufacturer
(Koret) is out with whole
group of leather knick-knacks cali.
CON F I
ed "nicessories" the word is a
combination"' of linecessary" and
"accessories,' These include pat.
sated billfold to fit the outsize flintily
compiler' 10- traveler getsi over, Mull
leaa; ,Phis", 11 and 'thee! paesport 9,rnWn
casec and flip4op cigaret- yea
for square packages. The case is;ontlut
magnetitcd, to stick to the intru,'
Inant panel Of cm
Another menufecturer (Bond EA S
Staat) has partog of metching
purse acceasories, all so light in ROA
weight they add only a few sci.n
Ounces to the overall weight of 's
purse. What's tOW hvl
WbOn 10Me of today's tote bags Wa7
weigh in ft le pound, by the !ma
time they re full of everYthirnj colorl
from Maimup to magazines
a Sandwich for lunch
The matching sots com, in nat. and
oral colored linen with strawher
ry embroidery; in flower:printd comr
!silks; and pastel kids, they in
clude cigarst cane, eyeglass eas, kora.
les, coin puree, Perfuitie contain.

ranami.

,
ittIOSS -, 2 Air vehkle li, 04 --474" 11 rl
ra,6
1 Turf on the , 4 One stroke ;1, ,,,,--
13'T 1
, lend , over per ..3,, , ,, r,',' t:-,' e3""' ,,,i, i t
1 I Vessel en the 3 Monster ,,, ''. 2, I., i'. '''A' f'-'; ' 4i,
t fee 0 New state ,-, P ' 1, ;
! I Ship'S 1 Decimal unit 4,1. .. i 4
t ,T
i foMpInt Muscle spasm ,-.. ripit ,,,p4
I 11 Mr, sob. 0 Underground .'' jam 4
1 18 Eye plant part iiiiiel t s- rr,
I suggestivsly 10 Otherwise
; 14 Pert ip p pip, It Obnoxious 20 nfilawatb4" 40 Marbit
i II 'Flamm livit plant f. and : gi English gig

.1, i ;ril-re ugh plant f. Ind 41 English river
; is pompotta 17 French ', "Evangeline' 42 4alsionee
II Evening Ottoman 27 Sting ray 43 An29r4 -k
parus 10 Asiets plant 211Cintinto .4t Ars )
20 Parrarmtd 43 COM and le.Jason's ship 44 Elevalar 1
11 Marry Man, tor (myth) invantos ',
23 Twist Instant SI Flotoned 47 ltrus fruit
34 Injure 14 Thres wise 13 Sonselses 41 antrit
SO Aso nom tenon I 19 Electrified
r Istalth rased 112 Wingshapta SI Nair ointment pettish,
- SO One lathing roworoirin otorovounron' ernoesumersi
.

Men Attempt Impossible Task To Sort
Lipstick, Lunch' In Milady's Handbag

IVIEAT
'SO
GOOD,'
you
could
cat
It
yourcolt

ley

An SWIIP te Ortiftetit P101210

or, pnd a twofold, which le
emanation' billfold,' Coin purse
and card holder with colluloid
window. for easy Viewing of drivi
or'. Reim and idenWicetion
card.
Th. ;me firm makos. purses
to go toil& other purees-6ml
ore called the "contintotalO'
The larger. of the two typos, o
bout. four by "oven inches, le
eludes space for a import,
bills, cards anti cola
Only trouble with those efforts
toward Organization. we frail'
have frail characters. Good Wen.
tioos end up failure. within 4n

hopr of heiti ihoppint.

coNFIRM WIDble1G DATE
1
TO1WO (VPI) The imperiet
funny todsy oak, confirmed
April 10 so thelved Mg Ott ter
Cf,rnWT) ?tines eed-hia
neer fleece., NichilF0

k..

001111I101190

EASY WAY TO KILL
ROACHES AND ANTS
soontlits tottOmond Mit ow on,
bal snarling and alliS the Medlin
ws7 with Oahnoonio NO104SCIL
!rlishod that whiwo wooki,th of
colorless itoetinif theint Pettit:
It's effective Isir months, sanitary.
and '10Y 4 latl 0 OL 0110
Get 1(0111011C11 It Iona:Mid
Cominionly, tato govern' tosi
stows. Dial, by

iihkgIMaligginkmokii

top qyality meat .,
makes the differenco
When you feed your dog Ken.leRation, you are giv
ing him the same quality rat illot you could eat
yotmself. Open a can cod yolfll POO tha diffetenca
kts of flavorful tondo,' moat, You nre ours of
because Kin,teltation low only the chola snide
of U. S. Government Inspootod auto, This rneana MON
of the proteins, vitamins and Minerals yourdog needs;
Ken-L-Ration is economical tool Get some today st
-
your groeer.

,

LIMATION

Wholesome..';
, Nourishing

6

OP,

.

Today boot la 11,011 lilt
Panty ualoodot or Plittpurgn
whojt
w oat ,- ' ,," 1
'lot my iattoty ind I ilia bid
Our valudi tad tha lotirlyado
aootract wal doubtitil ttIY P,),1
,"Epai toti his see if-jotatt!
end -ttlatintied, With.' till 4111101, 1
won with my lay sod playod Oa
lour 01 Spoilt Woat played .tlip
acrocood 1' hid my firpt priihI
himt Wit. 0 litift Ito ititiot aoadol?
I finally dOcidod that aid did pal
I played' Muntnel Moo .- I
'Tait won tit the jack flt4 le,t1
Pother heart which 1 trumpod 114
dummy. Now 1 ,had :MY Secoud
and lest problem. Via Vat Wt
With the ,singletoti VIII' 91 apattna
Or the itiag-Geucal ' 'I 'I' ...''''
"I had a Unto holy to maaMp"
thit docialn, Yituit was Od Old i1)"
potitot Who 'lover would Wilt. f
lot
oovoo a whoa ho could war 11,
dilute., anctlast moil hold thp
demo spadoc 1 lad dummy'l
qualm; sat covarod with OS 104
iwy sco amoMorod Vilit'stop sod
my- alpht was good. I still, hod 01
lost to,the 0,011 of glat000dt but
that did not,mattori

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trooh 4s,optoblio aro bloodod lett
, this faitouo Ink. two,Ito
thrivi oott,
',',oltomio.yookod goodflool;Al
, plooltimo w,lootvotto posit-VI
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you wont ood thO tooriolv,
you pock
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antenowlassoliwoomanostm;;Ievonti

.,'.-, TWO WHOLS SCENE,
New-lot:Ix is beStuninj'tha hot,
test movie eit blithe world, It's
new,doitt a ens hundred million
donor rear business snd is
growint so rapidly as flicker
center thet exports in thl trade
wouldn't be Surprised te sce the
tOWn SUarter of s billion in
ty.,11g2, Idickey ',Rooney
ead his estranged wife finolly
have -worked out,- s finincial set,
tlement, sad ths perennial bone.
diet IS lookins forward to hie text
"Ille-waitsthis time with' active'
lather, ''111totosson.,. Katherine
liePhitrO god her long-time Great
1,nv novo keen tnekino th otionfr
en Ali tropics' Wend el Martini.
Rdward Morro!, !tiny tim"
he chows, ten tpline reguler
coluplo for Oltional 1119e1PaPol
strilettOi. with!. complete ,,eholea
APPICI-Ingities, the interne.
eeenar:personalities or
prphletne.4 3110 onlY reallY
ItiterrlditIO thing Omit l'A,Deeert
ineidentp,ths latest play t 6Pen,
Is tlit, -key question: how did tney
hilvt, terve envie' to brit& it to
;roadway?
One the networki Mulling
Plena for' a Lou Costello Ispeetai Ispeetainiar"desturinet
niar"desturinet Ispeetainiar"desturinet 'tilos from, Abbott
end natello pictures-pita alma
peps who would 'eppeer 'in the
Jive ailment" of the shoe,
The stapplest runlet la the' Sardi
Set kap theetriCal producer'
contemplet4ng I muiltat yenta
4 the novel .joan
Cectiau off the criticil list and
recupersting peer ao slowlt at
hia villa en' toe rrench Riv era.,
Op toyed floilywono Mourn is
slated 10 reopen! 111,MaY IS 'rot
ClOiaterer and the operator' et the
nett eldb,' wont "Inger Andu WU.
llama the. Oft attroction,,but
fell Shliddering at his asking
price. ,Nictraguata dictstor flo
opplot lowly tpantlp nuPt the tra
ditional iltuation hi" county7-
k" troll; patrolling thp border
night a deo to forestall laY
vealon, kat he doesn't know is
tut kii own army ii) plotting
ain't him,
Mutual friends think Marilyn
Ifitorolt tod director tiny Wilder
(40 sol;t; some rather bitter
things, sheitt her) will, potell 11P
feud leforf Some Like, It
tint '11 exhibited et Ike Coulee
Filra J44.11001 b the

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4(11:1,4.00:40ii,Pllil
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Tbetim$ of M bun

ita IF RI OEM liblItildni tin), i tgediii irg:IrrIliCifii -ot-ottitio- tom,
AMPALAti VSISmitof 4 i to All Cabot Anne in twee.
istrY CrOw Of I tti;Onl illogo with tbo sacred cpncort )0111
, o , rie tong Ot limn; r ogd; by, 0 ,,,committoC, et Wi
(Wink 1 t,tprotlit'l starnocotrottoft
I
no no nootoro, ', I
pgaipat Ino alit VutOpolitt Boit I Ian 1 5 from milmit so 1)0'11,
Ill ntsmailtYneolstlir'itillornlist'agil114$1:71k l' bilorse:r:bt:4411tio; it tftrulitim'venfteinillitialit:nurotelleinsuittin114,nilittinfinlittibllriri;nincgoloillumPatiat;Itnl:
nOwl); fOrmoid Altlitolltit et In 111 $0-soprtnO'lltriettit M,,Sstoy
Nabs, ,' toy todontpanio -, on moo 0
. - s - elotTlattri, soprano. oolo ot.
- hIloo lantionn toured, Teflon&
;AFTER EVERY tho ApOrts, mord owl Olt
''., brittoh 1141 loot winter on a ILL
DIAPER ,r1HAINGI,' fevertijnnt 1"nualled 4'14 "4'
, lOgiol to ovorailao gory oilman.
' yea hleelato emit ono bqo ion, ohogott '01 oololit
1, iffl bin! hIPPO7 with thoi colon ibmphony Or,
.2 10111 s hoPY plitio 011pitra for the summer tuutto leo,
s .v,f , 0.111PC,Itillti, !iyill,,, 1 ,,-
1' ,' WO'S ,btOt ' : Thtil tour le an outension of tho
1,1 s sod jectlytato ministrp I'M. Itotio listen Iliblo
titi,,,, Mom iota. ; contyronec pouter in boos noon,
11-,, , d -, .1 rOrldf 4 rOgaifillt tbe cortftrOnci
' AteX11,411 PSIOno .11 Willi ports; often
. t ler Lols1 WV, ;florid Woo to
i
, -tw violist tinier,' make o lorios of 0Yor1111 tOneort
, ' '- apooaranoto., n s ' N,
, This Tess ,tpt limn, la includtsg
111!"."1.111""1"1", 0',',,,111111or' rt Ito of Contra! tinn
1 I fp .. i'ip If I ,,, Tull Attletriel, TO ottocirt on
' I itelploullej
0,401, it t 0 stwito wiP toko -moo' Ito
'' lo 0Ontothq Art; Let 0144 Pant It

trumpet ;WOO, Mei she iiplint
mette-topren0:;,',ratriolf htitrou
Joy, todoMpottiot, on Litot
Tonto On, Oman. oOlo ot.
Altio lantigon toured, Teflon&
tho ,Aoorro, iterroudo snot tho
Iritteh Intel lOot wintor on I 1,74,
poveroment 10011101111 tour., ar,
slhgod 11ovoracle lereloemon.
on0 hqo opt, photon ,po oololit
with thoi Won SYmohopy Or.
ttlipuirs for the summer glutis les"
,,-
. tour to an outenelon of tho
rOlototrr loos lotolt 104
Conterente Punier in finell noon,
rorldf4 rogowing rtnifertinct
pleY 0140
"IV"! 14017 rinrile boso to
make I lortos of (worms tonoort,
looesranotoiv n ,n n
This Tess le including
,,,,11111inr' moo rf COniftli end
louth America. 'no goncort Ant
t lethmoo will ;eke oloco
oonfloily April g,1! ell; pan,' It
th;frivott pool tiopoe,-3,
OFStS tirti Ov011ohlo ot the fol.'
low ng olnirohev-, Itattosnlor 141-
Monk, slibti polobt, Roptilt,
Ourunou rro Montt Viturob of tho
Notorono'in Ammo, not tho Cow
Ploblo

,
'A, Is;NiliPDT011N-INOIVPITIA)11Th". II 311;1111
Tore p Offir ,.. 17E14 today
hat Jippoolo Fr mil Minfotor
bull" Valli fts geeepte4 an
nYitfitCon IO Vial' Britain July 11
t9 10 for lo, gotioral ticb4nte 0:
views." i ,

hooky dinnerlarty eat ire fest-
urine "do it yourself" cultured
pearls. You cat buy thorn now in
tins of smoked oysters. "Loretta
Young hal her own word for her
inimstablo oat:once on the video
screen. She calls them "swirl's.'
1"Compulsion't opens the first of
next month, end its producers
hope to 'pro Diane Vend out of re-
moment 1014 enough to take a,
bow St the premiere., 'but TM the',
tone of hot f0C1114 interviews, they :
don't stand much chance of suc suction.'
tion.' suction.' Zveryone with-
Diane's' problem agrees she
l'heat" from the emotional intee
sity of the, roles she's played
her 'brief ecroolf tariff end pre
bably 'dOel Oiled 11 Ion nem in"
tormission before Atli bo ready 7
to attempt another drematte parL
JOhan foirtin Terner 'Well
shoed in the romantic rags for tho
hand, of 'Princess Astrid of Yon,'
way. Ho's' a handsome yachts,.
milk in hie early thiruest ono
Xing Olavtoelpeeted to ghte the
Pair his blooming in tho near fu-,

j9issinit itti ;Psi :
tore. navito the breakup, of her '-
marriage to' songwriter 'Joe ;'..
Carthy t Veronica Lake' hepel :
to renew 'her career in show Du,.
sines!. pool torine Kinctinfo.
SOBS 'to bolster her desirability'
an ,actresst and some of bet more
practice' friends have..,, advised, '$
her to -let her halt VOW blek 10i
that lemon length.,,Lillian Roth
and Robby the erronger
who helPed her on Ve road bock
to stardomi ,-' have buried -the
hatchet. Pa.
lievies Park boo ordered ene and
I itakt million hot doge for fans
who ottended the circus' 19-week
Mond. ,
Tyree Glenn., alwer a gal : at
the Roundtable, thrilled the 1 cim
crowd with a gemdte sturise-0 :
he-played the music that will' be
heir on Harry Defalcates pound.
track for the movte "Odtto taint
Tomorrow"' "Rod Steiger hoe e
succmct explanation for hls et.
toettve performance in "Al Cap.
One,s'He eredito bit actin: talent
to 1'12,000 worth -of, psychoelleir
sis" ,,June Echstinc Mr,
exisito,. is about to wax her first
Amoricen, album. TbaY'll bit the
record phops before, the inn of
. 1
ilecsuie Grit" drd
Purli bit bitelntios lOoni le in
the S250',00011Uslercontage when
'heti wonted for cinemas. ...-.Pithy
quote IrOntloptila Loren: .."It's
true what people osy I owe much 1
of mr sueetsi'to mete lust. But
that, suppose, is natural,",
1010gprItl Leighton4,'!WhO'Welt
'Porten hove spurred' the 'role
Olsygd by 'GerSittine Pste in' Ten-,
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'
Minister of Edit-cation Carlo Su Sutra
tra Sutra recently ,presonted certificates
to ,111 .olomentary homemakloa
tatchert, recognition,, ",their
attendance and participatiOn a
seminars On 'home lift eclugauun
spOnsored .by the )1inistry
the cooperation of Point Pour
teetmicians assiimed to SCIDE
Besides Sucre, other;speakers st
this Closing: ceremony were Viet
tor Gomert formes director ot
elementary, educatioe; Porter
Cla4,011, director .of KIDS; 4114
JUIII,E ',Silva, director of rural
efludationid, SCUM
Qt the 14 leiebers receiving cep
Modes, mars than half, $0, were
from the Prottlitta ot Tenant,
Thirteen ,camo front' Chiriquio tins
from loop Spotog, six each trom
Colon and Darien end Ile.
lira both bad in equal number
ot six reproiontetivee, Itrainee
had throe, and, Deese del ,T0r0

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Life 'Ensuialic- '
;
Executptes(Set '
To',,Yoat In:: P-1110.,
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, IfAVANA -- Ranking life Inter,
since enecutiVes frpm al Latin 1
American countries will cOnveno
bore May li et tho HeVana Hilton 1
loteFfor lour days Of discussion
pf life insurenco as On inotrumfml
of' peace and ,Intornstional 0001
Wil 4 4.1. i I or tiqnOnad I ir ,t. I
Miniatpr of ,,, Commerce 'Raul
Corder Sonilla7will attend,, Also I
Invited, it President Man Urrul 1
tlit Liao; whose, Inter' kthosa
mattors of International- c sale or.
all
la well known,'! said the a
. it, 010,C11,
licittneomont from IoliPtin Villo.
dal Strd of flacons, cluirman of
Ntbs confOrence; -4,,- '? :
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the' Coors -Stoop Pbtlanthrpotrij
Orono for Its innicoriory dance
et tho 114 ,itijta Poll oa ceocet
Aconuo Soturooe ntot front 0
p.m, Imp! a 1.m, ', I
"Willto Merriam, MO No oichegH
trA will PO tor tite fence whieh
wul be Informal. 1

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9:30 p.m.;
12:30 it,ms
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ADMISSION
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Dt THS'NSW.1,117117IIT LINES SANTA tAuLA of tro Gract Line. 'While the
attip at her Cristobal tier, ha line. will entertain with a noonday reception :or Panama bust
rieumon. end an 'waning party lor Panama and canal Zona ellicials and the diplomatic Corps
,bencr et the Prealdeht the RoPublic,-; -.
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-,4,,-ne lif the mist modern sno et,
tnatIva luxury: liners Ant will
- 'pay her' first-Mkt to, the IstitmOs
en, Irridav,- APril IC- ?,-; ,,,,,, ,,-, ,-.
'-' The',Grace Line's. SU million
taniaAlliolt Is an' eight-deet veg.,
--ial4114 tt.,liong 137 84 widO.,',11eit
gross- tonnate is 18,08k '
' -,s, ,lotunched'. in NeWport News, Va.,
in Janwity 1958, the, vesiel was
designee ,11, the New' Tort -' -firm
of Gibbs' and, COX, Inc, Her double doublereduction.
reduction. doublereduction. steam -', 'driven ,tifrbinss
give her a ',110'rnIll ',Milling .11Puld
Of-80 knots, ,,, .,, ', 1
'', '-1110 nr, ,1.41,a- ir !Ir,i ef, ha first
-ehips.bullt.l.ri the:United States to
sure layropbt..,s;), a eeviee ,perfect
esi i by the ,SperrY Gyroscope Co,
Such., ,fins,, reduce ship-roll by as
much 4S:110 ,per eent,' increasing
passetiger ,,:, cbmfort sod cutting
doom cargo loos, : ,,,, r- -
,, fiefetyjeattires ineinde the tat,
est:troa rsdar and else "loran,"
' Aen, alectronirt aid 'in' deterMining
a Oil'''. exact- volition.
,- Architectitevo Used a ,new dee,
-,-'' Crative material, Micartai tor the
Aviilli ot 9assagowcoYs,,ond a thick
asbastot, cement:poarut; marpute,
en the ,bulkbeads,, Alurommet mom
', ti Motetc,liminate" egtotri, "lase
,end rubber-besot nootex are "omit
: Of ',,,.' the other :cousual 1,t9roducts
yorked into, the decor, : ,, ,, 4
--,Buily,ilspeitally tor the : Cart"
, .f:hosn ,reigajtht-Slinta NMI& tokstri
' tonditioned,:throughout, ,, Her V
iirst,class passim:OVA. enjoy 10,000
Faure, feet,.of .paY Crean en ."10;
playei Um top beeebdck, Rere
theY;1 m in thl, largest- outdoor
rel. 4ft et i. 114,-, tt ,by, 1121,4,- ,,.
, losides an.,Inforntil d i 0 i kg
room '' l'ions- end a night', club,
ther010 ',Children's playrooin and
opikeiti 'quarters on s, dock ter
dots. or, other ', pets,' t .' .'-'. ,.,..,:,-, r,
'' P111111,18 Y Aganclei .ars tite 'local
ohilPleit eilents -,- i
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Arnoldo !guar lir,,' of ?enema,
witi placid' on the Detnla List for
the ',first, semester of till Preoelt
seldom c veer' according t9 CIO,
rt Jr m the Ilniversity 41, florli
F.,' St Melville, ,,, -. --.,- 1
ctitI
In orde to be placed ',on" ., the
aiat, a ctudent mot maintain', an 1
average of -, ,,I.V1-!,,,er better hi PI
hig subJectS, 11100aro :10 studying
.
!lot angisecring.- ,, -,, , ,- ,
,Now' in ha. second year at the,
Vaivereity',of ,ylorida, ,ho loito I
successful spplisant for art Julie,
tote ,' of,,', toterustkmal Zduftstiogl
tSchOlarshiPs ',,' M 00 ,, avatlable t9'1
outstsiuttO1 PeneMaDian stidepto
' tich year by Gm 11,8, Deportment
of Statc. The' pmorkm ittPsnomal
II schninistored ht.. the '.V it 4 t 0 si
8tates .Informatich 410rvics, ,'' ,I
, A.honor ..,, orsdulte el the ,, loa
Pair Calle in 1051, Ite la the soli
lif Arnaldo Nieuero. and lin, Cris,
tins Morales do Higustocei ifol
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The seminar 'began early in
March and ran for ,thros winkle
The purpour of tho'nourao wail to
help teachers ,to"undorstand bet,
ter tho lthilosophY of 'imam alio
ing presented '.in tha PIM tletnitil
tarysprogramt, mut to provide theni
with ideas and materials for Obeli,
blit, 't
aeons"'
pl th ti
was lot., poosiblie to work ton,' itu
area' of homemaking.- re tram'
nutrItioir wareelerte
problemuot this.taturt re gen,
eve in the, country. Ina work of
this cours deirtdad to-,dayel,
pint activitios arid Merle ler
helping pupils understand tha im.

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tiolusivs DIntributeri

&mice of a good and balanced
'et, and of acquiring habits of
eeting essential foodei ,r,
The course wait ineUgurated by
Miss Merin do los yillerredi,
rational lupereleor of home co.
minim. who omphasited the
portanee of working togethet 'on
common problems,' and the respou,
lability of the teacher for develop,
int program ,of worthwhile to,
tivities.
Alias Delia Ire Moreno, MIDI.
istassoWate in elementary home.
making education, and kircrldris
Butler, advisor, in home life, e edueation,,ICIDE,
dueation,,ICIDE, edueation,,ICIDE, were in charge
of Ott COMO.. They were misted
by Miss Zulema Jimenez. 0110,
from the SCIDE staff, and Mrs.
Juin A, Ch dr Calmat profeetor
of homemaking ot the Jose Guar.
disk Vegalseeondery echo?! DI Co.
Much of the enthusiasm and ir irtank
tank irtank dleplired bY, those ittend,
Ing the puree were engendered
by the talk' add suistance given
by Alias Luella Sogandareo, nu nutrionist
trionist nutrionist with the Ministry of tub:
lie Health; 'Miss Zoraida,Brandeo,
elemental, educetion 'medalist
with the, Ministry,- of EdU9litiOn,
and Mercedes h. 1,111 Coyne" di
rectorrof Emelt" erudite, dUrse
achool,,, r
Materials that were produced
by tho groups working on each of
the three leveli rot siontentsry sap
cation bs edited, and mu,
mod b0 thelsohntrions or KM
tor distribution to lhoso-w,hh yar yartiolpStsd
tiolpStsd yartiolpStsd tn, ths cowls,

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"Beauty' end the ,,
, Beast"
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And a Cuban
IttpETTE
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tCliUA0111. n- wont
wv
Aids In Dretinalr''
For,' fekon.
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' c' LONDON (UPI) Scotland
Yard was, petting help from the
underworloi yesterday in ,-thp
hunt for, tho cateburplar who vio
toted en unwritten code et honer
by joOtint the town home -of Sir,
Winston Churchill,-.
- The thief tooli $28,000 furs
end jewelry, demInning the tale.
brationa for Lady Churchill's TO
bir t d a y yealerday Churchill
loot three boxes of hts II lock

,Underwor nor orm.
' 111 I kip. int
ersbelleve .tho burglar was a
young newcomer ". who.. did not
know about the 'curious code of
honor" shoo the home of- Brit.
Sin'a elder statesman; Or 'else,
padding silently, through 'million.
aireie Bow" in HYdo Park GstS
he loud seunguarded house and
broke without realiag the
idoullY- of the 'Ownert, ;
A of
!, either vale the underworl
will very unhappy; Tor Church.
ill's home le in the most regular.
ly burgled orea of Londonp The
( holm next -door tee bert tObbed
14 Vines.
Now the entiie district was
alive with police and spedal
guard. It will be a lonp time
before SOY bUrglar tO

work-there,
tetra well-known but now re reformed
formed reformed underworld gang leader;
.411' know follows who regard
Hyde Park asta es their second
tome, They !won't be happy about
thisend I can't 11111011) ODY
tones te hind le
Churchill loot, unless he doein't
knov) whore it came from."
British nowspspars slid Church.
M reacted .with- tradttionni Wm.
bell ,when edviged of ,the theft,
They paid he celled tor a tup of
,
tea.

CliolOra, Plague
Threaten Flood
'Sericken Islanders

TANANARIVV, Modoga nor
ITI A ,olo' Asnsnr rom
cholera and tho Plaine faced
residents of this flood otrickto
island today where 50,000 are
homeless and more Wan 1,000
have died.
Prime, Minister Phi !thin 'Piro.
nana laid the toll from five sue.
waive t5Theono And inundetel
villages mav well be OVer 113
IlliiMAted LON ttelt
Prp voirtIlfrim like an me.
curate estimate woo Impossible
1000 Abe torrentio) rains and
pooh wiped out neorinall com.
Munleotiono four,fiftbo of
Islinde, 250
miles off the southeaot toad et
Meet,

011110

Pert )Cob Has
Bingo Temortsw
the Youth Activities Council at
Tort Xobbe will sponsor bins
gams tomorrow evening from 6 to

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' deliver

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fleet or beat any "no

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10 p.m. at Hang-t Tour, Iebbt!
The public la invited..
Proceed. from the event will be
usod for the CAR Mel activities.- A
hi-fi record player will be award,
ed a; door Wu.

in any,
major city
in the' U.S.A. ,
approximately
'4.5 to 60 days from
Aate Of",rder
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trakiti priers" quoted
you by, any STATE SIDE dealer
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SMOOT & PAREDES
',seroni Panama and,the Canai Zone tot
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tittAIS
lovtiditio prottits
tong vitombo,from
No pur44 tenijot
ino omit&

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it hog Vitamin C
baby owls daily.
Moody trained
to pan through on
ordinary nailing
' nipple.

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end to pv4-
Otio ort best fat
skim bibles.

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too oldet bible&
44001 Ivo mildly
soosonoO i easy
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STUMP) FOODS
Now Ming, tett
vegetables, fruits,
modidiRots sovps
and egg yolk.

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rich in body-building nour nourishment.
ishment. nourishment. And your bay is
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The high qualith puritY
and flavor of Reins Baby
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Ove -luxury liners afloat will te ',111 .IsinPittlic7 .hememaking eoting essential foodri, ,', ,.. formed .underworld gang. leader; .. ,
tier firat.-visit to the Istbtritis talChara,- in recognition, of ',their -The course woe, bunignrated by 41i know fellows who regard r- '" ''
Priday,- April IC ,i , ,. attendonce timl PactkiPatiOn in a Miss Morin de los it; lorillarreart Hyde Park Gets es their second meet or beat any "no ,
w,orann une,1 $35 minion seminars on 'home -litt educauua notional suoerVilor et. home ecos tome. rhsy yon't be happy about ,
ta,Pault is an' eight-deet egg. erneOred .by theollinistrt .'-with oomice; who nmphasixed the int hiland I can't 1111111 ADY tr a i i
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184 st.,,tong by 84 wido.,,,uer t it neemration Fon ', your portanee of working together "on fence oillY -.; enough te in d I
ss tonnage 10 15,non, teetmfalio assigned to SCIDE common problems; and the respou, Churchill loot, unless he dneon't
impend' tn Newport News, Va., 11, elides Sucre, other;speakers ct lability of the teacher for develop- knov) where it nme from." you by, tiny STATE SIDE dealer,
Iannaty 1958, die, vessel was thie 01011111: eeremony were Viet int a program ,of worthwhile lc, British newspepers slid Churcn. , 4 , 0
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elementary educati h P r t e e Mies Delia Ze Moron ; matt bell ,when tdviged of ,the theft,
libbs and Cox, Inc. Her double. t) istassoCiate In ale t 11 The said be celled for a eu of SMOOT & PAREDES
action it.,, ', 'driven tfrbions Yulalitho li dEirileev tartlet cSiCIDDIP '4n1 mokint du U medn a" me' 1 Y ' P
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lm nrs Imo- ir !Ir4.4 40, ha first Q1 the 15 teachers receiving cep ,of tint enrol... They were sosisted $ 0, -' 2 5 YEAR,S i
11,:,13uM In the:United States to tificetee, mars than half, $0, were bY Miss &demo Jimenez, I's Tii '' f Fl d
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Igyfoot.s.- a novice ,perfeet from the Province of Panama, from the SCIDE staff, and Mrs.
by the ,SperrY Gyroscope Co, Thirteen nem trent' Chiriqui, tine Juin A, Ch. dc Calams, professor C 0 '' ,
h' fins., reduce ship-roll by as from Imo Sento', six each from of homemaking tit the Jose Guar- jtric .en s an ers -- '
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A cargo loos. -, i, ' of six repreeentativea vtrarns Much of the enthusiasm and in- IYI A 14
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electronirt gid 'in' deterrnining -, , y the talks; and asoistance given island toda h
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NEW YORK, April 2 (UPI) The Chicago
Cubs1 who have been ktiocking the cover off the ball
all spring, have knocked a little glitter off San
Francisco's big deal for Sam Jones.

Jones, the National L.e gue
strikeout king who was obtained by
the Giants last week, Made Ms de debut
but debut for them yesterday and ran in into
to into a Venn' of basehits that result resulted
ed resulted hi a 10-5 Cub victory. Jones
worked only four innings but yield yielded
ed yielded nine hits and all the Cubs' runs.
George ARUM, picked as the
Cubs' "rookie of the spring," cele celebrated
brated celebrated by belting a three-ruii
homer and driving in a total of
four runs.
Bob Andf)11011,.11 6-foot, 4-inch
rookie righthander who previ-
ously went nine. innings, went,
eight yestirdait aPd experienced
his only really bad inning when
the Giants scored three runs in
the fifth. Walt Moryn also hit a'
three-run homer' for the Cubs
and Daryl Spencer had three hits
for San Francisco.
The Cleveland Indians managed
to pull out a 5-4 decision over the
Boston Red Sox but were disturbed
by another "iffy" performance by
ex-strikeout artist Herb Score.
Score struck out seven batters in
three Innings but the Red Sox also
scored four runson a solo homei,
by Sam White and, a three-run 1
blast by Frank Malzone. Billy Mar Martin
tin Martin hit two homers and Vic Power
and Jim Piersall one each for
Cleveland.
The New York Yankees scored
ell their runs in the ninth to whip
the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-1, the Los
Angeles Dodgers defeated the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Phillies. 8-0, the Chicago
White Sox topped the Milwaukee
13raves, 8-5, the Kansas City Ath Athletics
letics Athletics shadel the Detroit Tigers, 4-
3, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the
Washington, Senators,' 6-4, in other
ex:iibition activity.
Two singles and an error by first firstbceman
bceman firstbceman Bill White enabled the
Yrnkees to Aie the Score and they
po-r-d over four more runs with

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tiustave Jarosch ktad to leave his feet to make a return during
the European Indoor Handball Championship in Stuttgaxt
Jarosch was playing against a Romanian team, Dynamo Buka- :t,
1 rest.Tht,Gfrmans won and went to,Paris lOw the tipe round.,
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the help of hits by Cletis Boyer,
Ityne Duren and Hank Bauer to
hand the Cardinals their fifth
straight loss, Vinegar Bend Mizell
had shut out the world champions
wiht three hits for eight innings.
Doti ,Larsen encouraged the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees with a strong three-hmint
performance.
Gil Hodges had a' double and a
homer and Duke Snider a double
and -triple to lead a 13-hit Dodger
attack that included seyen extra extrabase
base extrabase blows. Rookie Larry Sherry,
Don liessent and Phil Paine 'held
the Phi Ries to only three hits and
allowed only two runners to reach
third, The Phi Ries haven't scored
in 19 consecutive innings.
Nelsen Fox singled home the
"lead" run and Jim Landis dou-bled
home two insurance tallies
as the White Sox steged a gamewinning-
five-run rally in the
eighth. Homers by Hank Aaron
and -0. Del Crandall and four
straight hits by Johnny Logan
highrighted Milwaukee's attack
but the Braves nonetheless suf suffered
fered suffered their 15th setback in 21
games.
Frank Lary went the distance
for the first time this spring for
Detroit but was beaten when
pinch-hitter Preston Ward hit a
two-run homer in the ninth. Hector
Lopez also homered for Kansas Ci City
ty City while Lamy Doby and ,Frank
Bolling connected for the Tigers.
Doby is hitting 400 since the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers acquired him from the In Indians.
dians. Indians. Eddie Kasko's two-run triple cli climaxed
maxed climaxed a three-run eighth-inning
rally that enabled the Reds to
stretch Washington's losing streak
to six games. Frank Robinson and
Jim Pendleton had three hits each
for Cincinnati and Roy Sievers hit
his third homer in two days for the
Senators.'

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Lincoln Life 6 Spur Cola 0
Bobby -Ostrea, one the star
cbucker of the Pacific Lit t I e.
League, Oosed out his Lit tl e,
League career with a no-hit no norun
run norun stint when he blanked the
Spur Cola 6-0 in die last game of
the season for both teams.
Bobby had eight strikeouts and
when he, was not mowing down
the Spurs' with his speed ball, he
fielded the ball and had seven as assists
sists assists without an error.
In other words, Ostrea had a
hand In fifteen of the eighteen put putouts.
outs. putouts.
Bobby Engelke, Lincoln Life's
shortstop, also enjoyed a banner
day with a double and two sin singles.

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Deming, cf
Engelke, ss
Francis, lb
Ostrea, p
Kiamco, c
Joyner, rf
Hudgings, 2b
Douglas, 2b
Ness ler, lf
Thompson, 3b
Jacobson, 3b
Phillips, 3b
Spur Cola
He le, 3b
Bowen, 2b
Williams, ss
Hoenke, lb
Horsley, cf
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Williams, rf
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Exhibition Cricket
Match Salurday
Fort,Claylon

An exhibition game of cricket
will be played at -Jarman Field,
Fort Clayton,' on Saturday, April
4, between the Womack American
Whisky Cricket Club and a All,
Star eleven selected bythe Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Cricket League.
The match is sponsored by the
Womack American Whisky C. C.
with cooperation from the Pacific
Cricket League and is being play played
ed played at Fort Clayton through the
courtesy of the Armed Forces, It
is intended to giv- military and
civilian personnel stationed on the
'Isthmus an idea of how cricket is
played.
Military and civilian personnel
of the armed forces players and
fans tire asked to use this medium
as an invitaton to attend the game
which is scheduled to start at 1
' Appended are the names of the
players comprising the teams:
Womack 'American Whisky Crick Cricket
et Cricket Club A Waithe. E. Wade. r.
Temole. S: Campbell, J. Red Redmond,
mond, Redmond, S. Cerezo, E. Jordon, G.
Brown, S. Brown, E. McKenzie,
M. Smith, Lamotte and H.
Kerr.
The All Stars are: G. Bruton,
1 C. Mike, E. Thomig. G. Jackman,
J, Alleyne, R. Flemmines. T.
Jimmott. O. Rollox, J. MOORE,
White,' A. Blades and E. Brown.

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Charles Humez of France won
the European welterweight and
middleweight boxing crowns in
his first eight years of fighting on
the continent but lacked the
punch to make much headway in
the 1.J.S. He lost his New York de debut
but debut to Tiger Jones in a 10-rounder
in 1955 and dropped a 10-round de demonths
months demonths later. He packed off to
Europe atter that, decisioning
...Tones in a return at Paris an re retraining
training retraining his. Eutopean 160 nound
crown until Gustsv Scholz flstten flsttened
ed flsttened him at Berlin last October.
Among Americans he had detest detested
ed detested abrosd were Tony Janiro,
Gene Hairston and Garth Panter.
Whatever hapnened to Charles
,Thimer Now al. he, has' turned
wrestler in Europe following the
lead of ex-boxers Robert Ville Villemain
main Villemain and Pierre Langlois.
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ring Sunday, executes's. graceful and' risky xnaneuver.during a recent bullfight in Spain. ()bre ()bregon
gon ()bregon and Colombian bullfighter ituben Escobar 'will alternate against four bulls during Sunday's
performance.

,
During the past week manY
boats were out fishing. The Tin
qoose is on her way down to the
Colombian coast for a three weekS'
cruise. Don Spencer has three
crewmen with him, Bob. Boyer,
Bill Nickisher and William Jen Jensen.
sen. Jensen. The Caiman arrived back In
Balboa early Tuesday ,rnorning
with an excellent load 'of fish.
They report very good fishing of
all kinds at Cape Alarm Bob El Elliott,
liott, Elliott, fishing with spinning tackle
and 12-pound test monafilament
line, has approximatelY eight rec records
ords records to his credit wider the Na National
tional National Spin Fishing AssociatiOa.
His brother, Charles Elliott, land landed
ed landed a black 1118Tfill weighing 588
poundi; They also had a possible
new world'vrecord for, Jewfish a aboard.
board. aboard. It weighed 287 pounds and
Was caught by Lon Koehler On 30-
pound test line. He also' caught
his first marlin and sailfish. The
marlin weighed 200 poimds strip stripped.
ped. stripped. The Seri, down at Pinas Bay,
reports raising eight marlin today.
They boated two which weighed
101 and 200, pounds. Frank Violet Violette
te Violette fought a. marlin yesterday tor
three and a half hours and then
lost it. They are fishing with light
tackle. They have also been doing
a lot of rock fishing and report
many catches of papagalle weigh weighing
ing weighing between SO end 60 pounds.

The So ltura,' also, at 'Pillar Bay,
has an 84-pound .amberjack n nboard..,
board.., nboard.., Their luck with marlin has
been sad. So far they have lost
five. We hope 'they have 'better
luck before they return on Sunday.
The Vildng went to Pacheea tor
the weekend. They started off ve
ry well and boated 17 silver corbi corbina
na corbina ott Saturday morning. 'When
the fiskstopped biting they ran oti
to Pe lado. There they fotmd fish fishing
ing fishing very 'good and landed grouper,
crimson snapper; pompano and
jack.
The Nautilus came in on Sunday
with one marlin weighing 103
pounds, caught by Chubby Weight
on 24-thread lbw They also had
seven sailfish, five of which 'were
1anded bY Bi Walden. The 'lug 'lug'est
'est 'lug'est weighed 124 'pounds.; '
' The Who Cares made- two triPs
to the Taboga 'area. The first time
they came m with 14 snook' and
four corbina. Yesterday they re returned
turned returned with tensnook.
The Aidarita came baik) front
Piitas Bay with a big load of itsh,
including four turtles. The
Moon, fishing at Pacheca, came-in
with four silver corbina and four
red snapper. They reported 'see 'seei,g
i,g 'seei,g whales and a saiffish on their
way in. The Agewood, out ton two
one-day trips, came in with torbi torbina
na torbina and snapper, The outboard
boats from Balboa tand Panama
'report that corbina and snapper
fishing is good.

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MIAMI, Fla., April ZRIPI)
The Washington Senators' acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of problem pitcher Billy' Loes
is believed tie forerunner of a deal
in which they also would get short shortstop
stop shortstop Willie Miranda from the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles.-
The Senators sent pitcher Vito
Valentinetti to the Orioles yester yesterday
day yesterday to obtain the 29-year-old Loes
an eccentric righthander who
'never has lived up to expectations.
A product. of the Dodger farm sYs sYstem,
tem, sYstem, Loes has a 67-49 record fr
eight big league seasons but was
3-9 last season
"We got Valentinetti because at
I least he facts like, he wants, to
pitch," said Baltimore manager
Paul Richards. ,"Everyone knows
Loes has ability, but yOutpatience
wears thin with him since he is so
unpredictable."
.
, The Senators, who think they can
afford to gamble on Loes' in-andoutv!
performances, are desperate
for a shortstop and the light-hitting
but fine-fielding Miranda is under understood
stood understood to be available.
Lots had a 50-25 record for the
eitDo gers from 1952 through 1955
bu worked less each season and
s med indifferent to his chance
or a fine career. He had a 12-7
record with the Orioles in 1957.
Valentinetti, 30, has been with
the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland In Indian
dian Indian and Detroit Tigers in addition
to the Senators and has a four-year
major league record of 13 wins and
12 losses. He appeared in 38 games
last season and had a 5-6 mark
and a 4.82 earned rim average.

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'. .Ity GEORGE SINCLAIR ''''.--,,- Ith they Squeezed through three ti.;,,:444,
.., 4. -- ,-, ... deadlock' the score At,lt-all. 4'" "'44',71.
, ,'" licend Half Standing -. ' Both 'clubs,-were' very -shaky- hi !:....,- 4
Teams tr, c ',--.-., W. L Pet, Ob.., their fielding 'As :ther, committed '''.;',41
Abernathy-EMIL ':, 4 1, .800 .."--i a "total of 15 errors, the most to be ......,,,,,5
Maduro oTantzen, : 2 2, Soo '',, Ws .recorded Inthis second half. Itob''',',''''.'.1'ti
Mauricio Amine, f,' 2 :'31; 400- -'2 :Able went' thc distant.' tot', th.... ,.44
Oerveceria P.1,.;', 2 '3 4o0 42 --1 Mariners, '-, while Alardin starter,-,,,,- t
Li
Glud Mariners Z4 1.' 2 333 214iland was relieved by Head. Hardin,...-a-s
- '' ',..-,,, -- 7, ''' --:,-' 7 ".-w4. .,t i; ---'had to return to the hia again an'17,4,''''"
'' ;; TociaiissOame..),--:'''.'' ,-7,', finished to save the;Ambassadora-,,---4(
- '-' ' .---,,,--, :'''''''' trot a-defeat.' ii,,,,,;, .,-, ', ..nt, ';'' ''''i""
1, , ..,,ormvasomot
Corvecoria Pan Liquids -Gagne with 3 out of 5 and Mahos -70..t.
. vs.-- ., -, ; .; .!, ' with 2 'out Of 4' topped -the htto,,;,tort
Gild Marbiers ..- ' 1 ting' dePartment iOr the Mariners.',1.1.4,- I
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mod Aerinors and magriele):.Soltys have "a-wonderful day 'et rwrell
Ambassadors battle to tie f the plate' as he cellected,4 hits-la -,-;.- ,:,-,A
- 1, ,, 5 trips ,,t ''- ,- .-- I I
The Glad Plariners end the Am- , -.- : i -- ,-,t -0,-
bassadors battled to a 14-14, dead- ; The, hos Scoret-, -;,-- :' ,' :
lock in 8 innings as, the game was '-,., ,...'' ''-'-'' ).'-';',.-.:."...t. ',..,.;,-7-i-,,
called .1 on account of darkness r''" GINO MARINERS ,s, if
by Unwire Mary Metheny., ,,'. ,,, ','.. ''' .. ''-'...' ..-.'' ' 1:
1
The ,Mariners 'scored two' l'Unil Tosms l' ''' ,'. '' Ab Rtf0A
in the first inning, one li the 2nd Gagne, el ,,,,' S 3, 3 2',0 ' II
added 3 in the 4th, two hi the Sth, Skandamis;4 sit ", ICI ." 2 0 3 ii
runs ln the let, Munoz', rf ' '4 0 0 2 '.4 '1,
3 in the 6th and 3 in tho 7th. On Skala, e "s ', 3 2-'1 6 0 l,
- .,A A -nba-Aadors Wight, 1.1'4- 3 1 I ''',1, l' It
Mahon, 2b' 4..1'1. 3 :0 '. '1
.
battled for two
4 in the ,2nd, 2 in the 3rd added HobbiCi V ', '- '''..,'4,- 2.-2' I, h-4--.-''',.!'..,
3 In the 6th and, finally, in the
J, ,-.------,-- Kelly, 3b "- '' 2 All l' 0 ', 4 li."''. ...
, 'Burton lb ''' ,-", '111.'-1 8 v. --

Totals ',133 14 13 24 121"",
, ,, ;, ,,- ,k .6, ,,1 Ado,is
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Cards Return
. MAURICIO-AtABAS ; s',4 ,4t
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Julio Colay 1 Padron, 2b-c"' r' 1' 2 47:2T, 1';'11-2":47-7:-
. , Fish, el ' 14 3;:,2 2.4001410n
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To.. Minors Ilussell, lb 5 4 1', 2,11 4,0 oiJoRt,
- Adams, 313 ,1. ,?0 -2 'll's 7.:',1
Head, rf-p-2b 2, 1 1 2',0401 Art
- Herrera, rt- ---- 2' 1-.0 1 ;11'" F2':-7-1
ST. PETERSIGRG, Fla., April Soltys, lf ,,, ,. 5, 3 4- 1 te, t',2,1
Haney, as -, 3 0 '0 0 'I' : -zIt
Cs ha rodr tsi ntaolps
prospect Julio Gotay to their triple- Hardin, p-e-p ', 27. 2,:. 1.' 0 it ,,,lot .4
2tolauyPI)7reThturensetd 14houtis

-Total ', ,34 1411 24' '
-A minor league camp at Daytona
1 nx23'301412, 5 Ii4rIt'
Beach, along with five pitchers, , ,.. 1Smkkko
- 4''' ,: .v4 ,,..",
and announced they would ask Scores by innings:: i :, t :
, ,,,, n,,,
waivers on -42-year-old Sal Maglie i ,,,, '.., - k H ...,,,,,,
for the purpose of an unconditional mu;
release. - i M. Ambas.' 2 4-2,0'011'0 141.1.-11 '
Also sent out or to be shipped .-',.. ;i1 of kr
were pitchers Bob Blaylock, Bill --
, , i,,,, ,,',.,71,,,,'
Smith, Dean Stone and the two rts , 4 t..,,,,..
righthanded Bob Millers. ,' 4-, '' po rl ,-,. Izq
The cut left the Cards with 520 .... ,, ,,, g s, ..,,,,,.,
players, the number they'll ,be a- ''' '-'v,,..,' ,,!-,:,: ,..,-. A4 ,, P
ble to use the first week of the sea- ... ,..',..., 'i,...0.-,,..,. i .-,:- ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,
son before 'Curt Flood's 30-day NAME SOCCER REFEREE .r,k;:,
military status ends, but the figure TORONTO --"IIIPI)-;'-- Ray mork---t
does not include manager Solly gan of. Toron'to las been;,, select.. ; ..,,
Hemus, who .intends to be a part- ed by the United Stateso4Soecer
, ,,a England 'and the,: United Staten, ,.,
time t player. One -of .13' pitchers Association.. to 'referee :the -', inter-- i .4i
left is expeeted rto be droppedzIo national-,,,s0ecer 'riatth-:between-,iv
NEW YORK (UFA) ---' The' Nei,'" r
make room for Hemus.'
' The deeision, not to put the -19- 103' 28 in ;As Angeles; ,''', -.,,, ,....',
year-old Gotay on the -roster was 't ------ r ''' '; '''':' 1 41.,','
based partly on a .200 spring aver- GIANTS SIGN ROOKIE '
age by the strong-armed, fleet,
Puerto Rican with potential batting York Giants have signed ,-,rookle k
a teen. tract. Biscaha ws the Giants1-,4t1
power, butlprimarily on a recent end 4,0e Bigealbit from, the '' unti 0,,
stomach'upset attributed to the Yersity of Richmond to a 1959 conA,,,,
tension 'and pressure on
o ger. 27th draft', choice. ',: : ,, ..a. k ,140
, ENDS RIDING SPREE ',:iii omit
BOWIE, 1 Md. -.CETI) ,-...;-. Jocks' ,41,'
. "He'll 'be back," said litmus, '' .---,,,, '- --- :.Itz.,
Howard Grant closed ;out., Ms re-3' 'n
41;ae II, : 1 oht ell' mbeanay sttaornit,
'abendlievne;
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much promise as any kid I ever
saw." cord-breaking riding ;, 'spree, ','", atk 44,,
, Bowie' by bootifir ',home, twit wino,- mti

-WIBC BOWLING LUNCHEON 1
1
The Pan Canal WIBC 'Bowling
Tournament Luncheon will be'
beld at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 1,
at the Brazos .Brook Country 'Club
on the Atlantic Side. Tournament
prizes will be presented at this
time. After the luncheon there
will be a meeting to elect Pew of- i
ficers for the 1959-1960 season. 1
Luncheon fee4will be $1.50,per
person. Reservations may be
made by contacting the Luncheon
chairman. Mrs. L. Butz, at tele-1
pheine 3-2965, Margarita.
Resnrvations-pan be mode or
cancelled up to and including :
Anril 1959. Reservation not Car Careened
eened Careened by 8 April must be,honore
by the person making thi reser reservation.
vation. reservation.
',Let's have a good thrill out Ind
enjoy ourselves as well as have

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- GIANTS SIGN ROOKIE '
NEW YDRIC UM) --'llhe New"'
Nork Giants have signed .,::rooki '-',
end ;.1,oe Biscahe from, the e,I.Inis !"':
versity of Richmond to a 195gcons,,,.
tract. Biscaha wns the.- Giants1:71
27th draft',cholci. .': -,. ';.: s k l'"
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BOWIE, 1 Md. 417PI) ,.....:- Jclie: ,.31,-
Howard Grant closed,:out',Ms'rex!"."
cord-breaking : riding ;1-AprelpI at's '44,,
Bowie' by booting ',home,. two 'wine'7'1"t
non on the last day,:.of-.the otrieet.J.:,m
;Inv, Grant's- wilmilnitmonnth,i Col,' 'I'
oriel Art and. Bombs Alp,: raisectLii.
his total to 51 winners for-A07,4411 'Mt
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INGLEWOOD, .Calit.' (1,Pi
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day, for the Kentucke Derby. SU--
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licklee,t 85-Year-old former tittord'I
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Pegging rock's defents ,of
chickens recently c
during an, eight-daf.'periott 87r 87roound'
oound' 87roound' bobiat., s',28-pourd fox, ran :

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Star eleven selected bythe Pa- ped. Tbe Aidarita came baslk) front Do gers from 1952 through 1955 Puerto Rican with potential batting 'Work, Giants baversigned.rpokla ..,t-&
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ftng sonday, ea- ecute-is 'graceful and.,,risky inanetwer.during a recent bullfight in Spain..0bre- in the first inning, one li the ind Gagne,. ef ,.,.... ...- 8, 3. 8 2,,;(1 ; ill
gon and colorablan bullfighter Atuben Escobar -will' altrerna,,te against four, bull, s -during Sunday's I 3adidnedth3eionththeantth,ktinwothine. t7,..lithe.50thn, Ssitkaaniad,ame,is::: is -:, ',-,,,38.',32 1. 06 1 i : !I
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League, closed out his L I t t 1 e m, :iii4::
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run stint when he blanked the :k2'4,.i:,,,,,, .---,::,,:;::,, .,4;i':;.:;:,:: 7.;:Q,;,,:,,,:,-:-.::,:"k,;,-,',,,r-,,fl.w.,:ii-iim.;:::;;;q:::;;,- itri.;'.,:::-- ;-;,65s.iVE:.. Glud AarinorrIand Mauricio),. Soltys have 'a wonderful 'day ...t.it'lt;.!-
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ran in- straight loss, Vinegar Bend Mizell the season for both teams.
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result- had, shut out the world champions when he was not mowing Aluivn kg.;.::',':;.;',',., ,ii,":-A6.',4:-:-.::An.g.::::: The Glad Mariners ind th, Am- ''',, '-, '-- '''':' '' t-'.'1-'-''-''',--t is.a-,-7-

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LEAvt front AD wrrn WEI OF OUR AGENTS OR 01.112 OFFICES AT 1343 lir' WESKIT. PARAMAI.-, LIBRERIA PRECLIDOV Street No. 33 AGINCICAS
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Beside Bella Vista -Theatre anti Branch. at Minimax Super Market ma Vla Equals COLON OFFICE: 15tit oat AmadeeCtuereere Ne. 14221 Tel. 423.
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'WHO tirmee, owner Mo. BO.
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aterenv $125.014' Cali Panama.
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Chalet fon 1164 ata 46th
Ptomain Tw beirooms,
i' back PaiCks. garage. 'For Infoad
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finite! American girl) re represent
present represent the Canal Zone depar.t.
meat of the Ameriean Legion
','''' be selected this evening et the
4. Fort Amadcor American Legion
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' "The judging -will be based on
0 poises good citizenship and the
ability to meet the public. Con Con"
" Con" testants shouki be in the high
6' school or, junior college age
' levels. They are requested to be at
1 the Legion Club at 7 this ra rap;
p; rap; The panel of judge. ksclude
, ITS. District Judge Guthrie
, ".Crowe, CWO Dominic 0, eicotelle,
j. ;Mrs. John C. Nickerson, Airs. Re Re,nee,
,nee, Re,nee, Gauvin, msd Aim pattorRon
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1, The selection of Ube American
Legion is a part of the celebration
ot the Oth anniversary of the
Legion. The observant will be
''" ',climaxed by a grand ball Mat
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", MA, and Mrs. Dale V. Flippo.
l',: IA C'Iliarlottei N.C.,1 were expect expected
ed expected to anive at TommenAirport
' today or 'a week's visit ,on the
----. lothmus..They will be staying 'at
1 Bl Panama Hilton Hotel.'
' ,., Both Mr, and Mra. Flippo,are
1 active :members of the Unitarian
Church sof Cheri, whe ,berving
' id's', denotilbationar affairs, chair,.
I sillalt and ehe first as 'superb'-
, tendent of the Sunday'School and
'i currently itt ,a member ,,of the
I conference plannisg committes of
I the. annual summer Family In In,
, In, i MIMI it Blu Iteidget ,N.C. Mrs.
to Flippo is els a regional officer
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1 of thelVomen's General 'Alliance
', and a member of the ,Thothirs
ik Jeffersdne'COlmcil of the regional
board Tit. th. Anierican Unitarian
),1, On -Sunday at 10:30 cm., Mr.
p and Mrs. Fliprpo will lead the
( 1 service ,. for- the Unitarian Society
VI of Balboa-at their Meeting House,
. ,, ; 362 Ancon,t ,Houlevard,' Ante n.
I There 'will ,'be an opportunity 'to
'( I team of their experience with
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. other small trellowship groups ,in

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ship of Bill'Bright. President Ze- w, ill be Elected at this ,time. Mu Mu'
' Mu' .:,,.. .,. . e,..'? ., 7,,:' ., -' - ' , A lig Blumberg has invited' Lions sic for the ball will be furnished
:" ., l', : -'s ,',,,.'i, ., , ck. ') t '. 7 ,. .. and their wived from 18 regional by Ludy Azcarraga.
' )''' '.'14'''' .'''' 4', '. -AA 1'4,, '' , : "4" ,':''''' A' '' Lions clubs to participate in the Dress for the ball will be infor infor,
, infor,
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convention which will be -hosted mal asd there vvill be a buffet
' by the Balboa Lions Club. dinner..
e ions groups to be re April 19 will feature a ride
Th 18 L'
presented by 120 delegates in the through 1-the Panama Canal on
. convention whieh begins Friday, .the President Porras. Wives and
;' ,..- ii.$'2',Advertiis in ,thfe iiectie.6 .Adconl- gest $0.85 per toL ini:h i April 17, will come from ,Balboa, children of the, Lions of the con
Panama, Colon, Chorrera, Capra, vention will accompany them on
' ''''''''' :.'''' ''';''''''',.. l'.- ,', FOR, INFOIiMATION' CALL' 2-0740 ''.! ,' ' , Santiago, Sona,,Chitre, Las Ta- the trip.
, blas, David, Penonome, Agnadul- ''
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' LIFEANSURANCE
, 'Call
'JIM RIDGE :
' Generaf' Agent
albraltar Life Ins., :
tor rates and Information,:
, Tel. ranama 241551
'Monday thru Friday
: 9:00 a.m. to 11:011 .0
2:00 p.nt to 1:00 '",'
llaturdayt 11:00 amt.,to I9:N

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'' ''- 'JIM RIDGE ... k -:,, Service Persormel
' Finance Your New' Or 1 L LIOPS Wifi take part in the testi- j
vities as ,they get underway with
.- f 1E'
4 ': Z Ontral itrot '',.... ",', A t 0 7'. fritilSed Car, .. ,, ,', a cocktail party and registration .
, dinraltar Life mi. tm, ,.ti 10.0 li$, i.1 $ ,'
, 1 tor rates and Information -! , f dele ates at the Bohio of the
'' '' GOVERNMENT '. NIKON g
to, 1
N Tel. rename, 24551 ., .,
- Monday Um; Friday .'' EMPLOYES FINANCE- Co., '-' ' ',
, tIational Distillery in Panama Ci Ci,
, Ci, 4., ty on April 17, at 11, p.m. '" ,
IP:00 am. to 12:011,, : ,
svp 4 re. p.m t cee it Ace KATES UP TO 36 Mo.,
'''- With-built-in ValVersal
There will be registratiOn and
'. s tit tree --T Viewfinder System
,, Saturday; Olt olAL , I
4 4 n new, care ,t business sessiott' in ,the Fern
,
I 0 v AT
o, Room of the Tivoli Guest House El
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.' ', IA ''' '''' ''41''''' r ''' ' April 18, at 8:30 a.m. I, ,
le t '' '''' ' '''' ' 1 ''.; AGENCY ,DEIIIINGER '', v '''' ',,,,
1 TO ;ELL QUININE ,, ,',),, 4 l' ,
k ,, ',,' , ,,,, ,, No. 43 Automobile Bow ,,', ,, it
.. of; That day' will be a buil sched- l'
"; '' ,'' NV- ASHI;NGTON'IllTil -w-Tbe ,''. Phone 34984 'I,- 3-4985 ''t ,,'-,.-oletkomeemaat 1 4 ule for the Lions and their la, ittv 6.
,1 ,,. ,t
' 1,' government yesterday threw open As Types of Auto Insurance o w P I, , ., ,A
I '''1' ' ' ': dies,' There is a luncheon at the
Cerveceria Nacional, trluncheon el, .,
' 1 ,, its surplus stocks of quinine to ,, ,I Panama' 4 'Coke for the ladies eV the 'Army and- 2.--"',te i
, bidi by domestie end Joreign our- s ; ,,. ,, .1,, -

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I, TO AEU.. QUININE :: .' ,' J ,,',.
I 't , WASHINGTON: (GPI) --w'''The
I .,,, government yesterday threw open
1 ,,,, its surplus stocks of quinine to
. bidi by domestie and ,foreign pur purl'
l' purl' 'eriasers 1 1 ,', .,
i 36. r., ,1 4.', ''If :' V, .1 .... ,', F
,
t .'' The Government Servitee 'Ad 'Adi
i 'Adi ,1 ministration said It hopes to ell
I.i its entire Inventory of about I3,.
, ; 860.000 ounces of quinine in one
I : lot ; within the next six month.
1 ,''', The .major part of the stockpile
,',';' is in sulphate powder. ,'" ,,,t,
,t, Quinine has been removed from
, . the list of strategic items held
'., ,. by the GSA for emergency use,

, ,, v ,1 ministration 'said it 'napes to seu resat to conceue Anat termer Kay
' ntuK 1 LIVIA I '1 C 'Cr"AKIA3'
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1
g,','-.1 ,'i- its entire. inventory of about, 1.3,. Lowe -, has ',chickens-. that lay the "'',' vy x Duaxu mu' uK i ,. one ot Tne nisuugui.e o; me N,-,.007.-----
"',:' ) "''' REPAIRS' ', convention wilt thei selection , The accident occurred lo
.',,,- 860,000 ounces of qtlinine in one toughest ,-eggs 'in town. ,A- , t,.., .., '. ,,- ot a queen te,tepresent' the iiOnl ',, ,,,,, , ,. , , t ,,
BUILDING storm some ,100 nautical wine
,,' A 1, lot ; within the"' next six ,' month. ,I,owe 83, won Peters 'Hollow's I., '':.; Call. LOWE, S. A ,, ,
.,,, , in the district convention ; to be ', Destiliiii Central' ., north Ant l'hrAzores,, 1
, ...,......n toesm the, captain 0
1(-- l'..)'''' The' .major part of the stoc,kpile annual Easter egg fight Sunday Killeen,- live. No. 7 licit. 2..8818' held ',Nine time in ,!1!)! in San the 12,1001ton vessel Au te clod!
' ", is in sulphate powder. ,, tr, ,,,,,' for the' third time. in the lastfour ''''', Authorised service for ,, Jose, Costa Rica.' ,,t, t4 'd i, , , I .
Tel. 2-0311, in New ,York ,Saturaay,' said Im
ir :. L .4.-',,,, eQuinine has been removed iron years. Belied the only,tincracked lohnson, Evinrude, Mercury,'41 Each Lions Club' represented a ,,,,,. ...
inclusive- ,Ilistribniera mediate but futile rescue J.,, a
v .. the list of 'strategic items held r itt, Aloft atter k 100 coniesi MPS" Weld Bend, BuCelfileeto Eite.: the regional conventios will se- ,, ,.. ,,, ,,, ,, ,,,, ,,, ., ,, ,
leapt, were made. ,. .., -,'
' .', ',., ',.. by the GSA .for emergency. use; bashed eggs. agaMat 'each other., lect, a queen to represent them
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grtments
vFOR RENToFendsko or owe
finotsloid tularemia, at 8 Cask,
, pejo. -".Two bodroonst;' IMos
'room. dieing seem, kitobon, bat.
soar, omdd's Aeon 'aaragot-", At
',, lotto street No. N4L,
iPlaboo,3,2333;
,r:f 'FOR '',, litlEt4Tt-,4roan furnished
apartraaat; ,itztationt rosidantiot
000t;oo:' Clean and' odopeadont,
43rd Street Noc b'fr
sl011,111NT:60;61betkeem sioarts'
- sent. 52ad. Street Bella Vista.
,' Tel. 261661,,durino ettica hours.
.mom.omemtpooromomalolotimowanommoiamo,awooleaomoomprommono
FOR RENTI 666, Furnished, one
'liodroom atiotivionts prase. 'All
munvolieneas. 111 Via lelisarhs
Perms.
, F01 1111NT: 6-- A two ise:lroom
apattesont, eipald's room and
bath, lodeponstent laundry
tius,, garage,. sedar-lined closets
With locks, wall safe, hot water
, plumbing and heater. Calle josh
Marti, 11 tan:pejo. Phono
.1094 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
5:00 to 7:00 o.m.
150.00,-,,fumished apattnientt
Refrigerator. stove, etc. North
American Neighers. 26 I
1343 1r 1160471.'
FOR RENTI oro Furnished' Agouti'
giant. 1.1sesireem, Screened. Tit'.
ed. Seniterg Service good our.,
Poundings. Garage.' $55.00 Ap Apply
ply Apply No. 112. Vie De Uteri Few.
rres neer Roosevelt theatre.
FOR RENT ow. High hi El Can.
polo ions and two Bedroom
apartment with !argil' living,
tliningti maid's- loom l garage,
porch an soma Ca1114453.
FOR RENTt Laroe throe bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, ground-floor, 2
bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, garaoo, patio, unfurnished,
lo Canortdo. Telephone: Of.
, fico'hoUrs 2-0321. After offici
161ure 3-77011. ,
FOR RENT, Two bodrooms
furnished spaltment, het water,
seraph etc, Nkot, location. SO
, Ecuador Avenuel front of
British Embassy...
FOR REPITt S113.00 modern
furnished apartment, SI St. No.
110. Coll 44449 or 3-64110.'
FOR MINT In Bella 'Vista
...inrort two bedroom apartment.
Dining,. living, pooch, bakeniss.
We bathrooms, maid's room and
waraoo also smaller two, bed.
INIIM apartment furnishod or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Call Panama 2-4649:
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart"sent,
"sent, apart"sent, PAW ballroom living, din din'sting
'sting din'sting so. San Francisco 86
-Street No, 6. Near Itoosovolt
the 'Southeast region of the tnit tnited
ed tnited States,, and to discuss prob problems
lems problems of interest to the local so:
eiety and to the Women's Alli Alliance.
ance. Alliance. A follow-up tworkshop" is
also shceduled, the date to be
announced latter.
' In addition .to these meetings,
to vihich the, publie of Iiensma
and the Canal Zone twe invited,
'various social events and sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing tours have been planned
for the visitors' during the ensu ensuing,
ing, ensuing, week.
putr DEiTROYS RECORDS
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
u-Authorities 'said here that a fire
destroyed,. valuable equfpment and
r tro,y,vr,fr ,eaferov,in
tralial Antarctic base, at ,Mc ,McQuarie
Quarie ,McQuarie Island.
''' Antarctic Division Director
Philip G..'" Law saiC the blaze
Would 'CallSe, "years of delay" in
the Australian International Geo.
physical.' Year projects, ;,The fire
was caused by an electrical fault
Ift ionospheric equipment,
,'i AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
ri Oovernmeht Employes ;
Service Personrel
7Yinance Your New' Or
tol 'it,Veall Car,.
"
.: GOVERNMENT. 2
'EMPLOYES FINANCE Co,
. LOW 'SATES UP TO 36 Mow,'
:!:' 3 on '1111,, ears
BEIIIINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 34984 3-4933 ,'
All Types' Of 'Auto Insurance
TOUGH EGOS ' '''
PETERS '', ,H OLT. NV, ;Tenn.
ORO...Folks, here are just about
ready'to edneede that farmer Ray
Lowe has ehiekenr. that lay the
toughest-eggs' in town. t,
Lowe, 63, won Peters 'Hollowis
annual Easter egg fight Sunday
for the' third time IA the last.four
years. Halted the only,AMeracked
r itt1 -loft atter k 100 "contest int"
bashed egge.against 'each othet,,

POI SALEP.42' Oldsmobile 4
door edam, 3315.00, Phone 116
2203 Albrook-

FOR SALEt---BaautifulAunbeam
Alpine Convortible Sport ear.
For information tall 1-1141 from
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:a...1950 Buick Simla
4 door., sedan; 'automatic trams tramsmission,
mission, tramsmission, awe brakes linings, good
firm; excellent condition. 5295.
House 7144 Prate, Balboa.
Tel. 2-4247.
FOR SALL....-1957 Ford wagon,
6 ctl.. stnntlatd, accossorlic Pu Puha
ha Puha condition, Balboa 1253.
FOR SALL-1958 Ford fordor
sedan, 6 cylinders, radio. 7,000
miles. Telephone, Balboa 2815.
Sae tho new 1959 Datsun cars
pride of the Japanese industry.
.M0,fti.IM
FOR SALE:, One Chevrolet
model 1954 truck, 112 ton.
, closed. 6 cylinders top 7 it 11
x, 12 ft. Revised. Call Pan
American World Ainsays. Tel.
2-0670 to see It and buy It for
61180.00.
FOR SALE: 1949 Lincoln,
Brakes, Clutch Overhauled.
Good tires, radio. Passed CZ.
Inspiction $175.00. House 887
Morgan Plate, Balboa.
Damn cars 40 miles par
gallon.
FOR 5ALE:-- 1954 Chevrolet
2 door Be lair, "with powirglidet
radio, etc. Excellent condition.
Phone' Albrook: 86-2278, Mon Monalay
alay Monalay thro:, Fridav, 7:00 am., te te8:30
8:30 te8:30 p.mil'or Pahama 4-0391'
l'aftipoi 4-00 p m
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillae
door, looks and runs like new.
Can be financed. Will accept
'small convertible as part pay payment.
ment. payment. Calle Cafe Sitton, office
hours.
Datsun eempretion
-' motor,.
FOR SAL!: Pont las 195S
, Hard Top Automatic Drive --
Smellier iondition -- WAY
' tiro!. Balboa 1-3193.
,
FOR SALIEt t-deor Mack
Packard 8200.00. Contact 81.
Powers, Quarters 2101-8 Cu- $1,,
tundra. Home 834140. 01fiee
87-7210.
Dotson care the best car tor
tho city and' interior roads.
1953 Pontiac 2 ,door. Catalina
,Super Do 1.uxa 6 Cyl., Hydro Hydromatic,
matic, Hydromatic, Radio 2 Tone Groan
Civa, S.A. 'A, 'Used Car Depart Department.
ment. Department. Automobile) Row Tel.
2-0619.
1956 Do Stoo Convertible Fire Fireflit
flit Fireflit VS, Power Hite, ?ewer
Steering Radio excellent condi condi'
' condi' tion, guaranteed CIVA, S.A. used
' Car Department, Automible Row
Tel: 2-0619.
Economize by purchasing the
Lnew 1959 Dotson cars.
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford, hyo
door Sedan, standard shift, six
eyiindors, radio, ftwO tone,
WSW tires, indoreoated.
Cost $2850.00. My price
S2250.00, Telephone Balboa
Soo tho Now 1959 DATSUN
Care at AUTOS E1SENMAN. S.A4.
Frangipani Street No. 26-30
Bosides;Coca Cola Plant. Open
all day. Te 1st Panama 2-2616
."- With- built-ln- 'Universal
Vievilinder System
ArtAi
UTBORDIVIOtOR
0
''"' ''' REPAIRS'.
r
, Call LOWE S A
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-461.6
' Authorised service for
Iohnson. Evisrude, Niercuryo
West Bend, BUCCIfileet Bit.

PartY riijii-2-'94P-1-1 I
7, e I Ntosvlou
ocrforandthea,': cdmelekatt'ittial ) mirdiavaa,, 1, 1 1

1 p'. v. t's '
''''i 0
.2:1 ''',.':

, Homo tildes
FOR SALE: Westinghouse NM.-
I "orator, 6Va cm ft. sic:mooted -1
!,',60 cycle, porcelain, lined, inside
and out, 665.00'. Tel. 6-Slo
- Gamboa, house 0267, Apt4

FOR SALL...4 Persian nig 5V1
x1012, 3 Per 'hint i rugs 3 12n
512. Phone Cristobal 1689.
Mornings. :
FOR SAtEt-Tviti refrigerators,
one 9 cu. foot, one 7 IA eu. foot,
ono Boodle washing machine:
0950. Amador Road; call Bal.
boa 2315 from 6 to 9.
FOR SAM: wy' 21 nigh RCA,
Mantic:console TV to. Tole.
phone, Balboa 2815.
IVIc4ciicycles
FOR SALE, Ariel "Squire
Four" motorcytle (4 cylinders)
in perfect conditions. Call Tel.,
344796 from S vi.m. to 10 a.m.
00
oetafe
History and entertainment are
combined in a new book on the
Klondike gold rush which was
placed circulation 'this week by
the Canal Zone Library.
In the new book, entitled Mimi Mimidike
dike Mimidike Fever," Pierre Berton takes
the reader back to 20 years before
the great strike when early wan wande'rers
de'rers wande'rers first broke into the unknown
Alaska-Yukon interior in search of
gold!, A ",,o'
Thn'author tells of the terrible
scenes at Skagway and on the
White Pass when the gold rush be began
gan began in 1897, of the food panic in
Dawson City and of themany des desperate
perate desperate attempts to reach the Klon Klondike.
dike. Klondike. 1
'The eomplete 1st of new books
and their authors follows:
NON-FICTION -- My Story, As AsItor;
Itor; AsItor; The Klondike Fever, Berton;
Before We Sleep, Bloomgarden; At At.las
.las At.las of the Sky, Callatay; Spanish
Cooking. Cass; Remedies and
Rackets, Cook; The Catholic Mar Marriage
riage Marriage Manual, Kelly: Group Socials
for Every Month, Kirk; World's
Great Plays, Nathan; The Problem
Boy, Solomon; Alumintim Projects
for Your Home, Stieri; A. E. Hous Housman,
man, Housman, Watson.
FICTION The Bad Summer,
Appleby; A Glass Rose, Bankow Bankowsky;
sky; Bankowsky; Crazy in Berlin, Berger; The
Silent One, Cameron;' Lady L.' Ga Gary;
ry; Gary; The'Seven Men at Mimbres
Springs, Henry; The Pistol, Jones;
The Fume of Poppies, Kozol; Ele Elephant
phant Elephant Hi 114 White.
ADDED TO THE VERTICAL
FILE Your Simplex Guide to
State and Federal Taxes; 1959 ed.
for 1958 returns.

Balboa Lions Club Sets Plans
For Annua,I Regionil Parley

The Balboa Lions Club has
made plans for the 17th annual
regional convention of District D,
Isthmania, under the chairman.
ship of Bill'Bright. President Ze Zelig
lig Zelig Blumberg has invited' Lions
and their wives from 18 regional
Lions clubs to participate in the
convention which will be -hosted
by the Balboa Lions Club.
The 18 Liens groups to be re
presented by 120 delegates in the
convention whien begins Friday,
April 17, will come from .Balboa,
Panama, Colon, Chorrera, Capra,
Santiago, Sona ,Chitre, Las Ta Tablas,
blas, Tablas, David, ienonome, Agnadul Agnadulce,
ce, Agnadulce, Guarare, Boquete, Concepcion,
Boca del Toro, Puerto Armue ArmueIles
Iles ArmueIles and Almirante.
,It is estimated that ever 500
LiOPS Witt take part in the festi festivities
vities festivities as ,they get underway with
a cocktail party and registration
of delegates at the Bohio of the
!National Distillery in Panama Pi Pity
ty Pity on April 17, at p.m.
There will be registratiOn and
business session'', in ,the Fern
1 Room of the Tivoli Guest House
April 18. at 8:30. A.111..1,
That day' Will ,btit buil scliea sclieaule
ule sclieaule for the Lions and 'their la,
tiles.' There is a .1uncheort at the
Cerveceria Nacional, ItYluncheon
for the ladiqs eV the 'Army and.
Navy Chit) and a !cocktail party
tO follovi for the,,,' delegates and
alternates. 0,
One of the Mgt:lights of the
convention wilt the!. selection
of. a queen to ,represent,' the lions
in the district conventieo te be
held ,some time in ,May in San
Jose, Costa Rica. t,
Each Lions Club represented at
the regional conventios will se select,
lect, select, a queen to represent' them

it Ilitiernalts' t : 11 giro Irtyrri A"rror I A e I t

FOR SALE: lots of
smooth faced Torracote Blocks
5"x12"x12" $13000 thousand
eask 4"s11"02" $104.00,
thousand cash. AI Forego, LA.
Phone 3-0160;

FOR SALIs 26'4 girls' Wm
cycle. Good 'Oondition4 rooms
3-2600. i ,
FOR SALE: -- Wriest 'trip.
Ford Sta Hon Wagon Country
Sedan V-8, 1957 ,P s feet
throughout; $2000.00 e a s
English jeep (Landover) 1953
like the first day $900.00. All
Fiberglass Runabout Thanderbird
(Jeronimo) 16,ft. convertiblo
top; two Johnson' 35, Amer Americon
icon Americon trailer, double bottom, pa panoramit
noramit panoramit windshield, like Now
2000.00. Nash Ratnb ler 1951
$225.00 Inspected Panama
Water p v m ps, cou;struction
winches complete with gag moo
tors; Miscellaneous sonstrustion
materials and equipment. Call
3-7493 or inspect.personally at
the office of Inc Ernesto de Die.
to omit to the Balla Vista Thoa6
tor.
FOR SALE; Stereophonie
equipments. Scott, Stromberg
Carson and Marmite amplifiers.
AGENC1AS DIAZ, 37th Street
No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: -- Upright piano
recently reconditioned $150.
Phan.: Ft. Kobbe 6298.
FOR SALE: Stereophonit
records classical and popular
Rio selection. AGENCIAS DIAZ.
37th Shoot No. 6-A.
LOST:Wedding band In viol-
nity ef Enter Sunrise Service
Fort Amador, reward. Balboa
1498 before 5; lalbes 2752 eft.
5.
Military Ca Itup
On Israel Radio
Aieds Mid-East
JERUSALEM, Israel, April
(INDPrime Minister David Ben
Gurion today appointed an
quiry committee to look into the
strange handling of an 'announce 'announcement
ment 'announcement yesterday that sailed three
military units into readiness and
touched off a trouble scare
throughout the Middle East.
The announcement yesterday,
broadcast in nine different lan languages,
guages, languages, called up three units.
Neighboring Syria immediately
mobilized in a retaliatory move.
However, the .indications were
that the eallup was supposed to
be cmly a routine check but Jeru Jerusalem
salem Jerusalem radio handled In a some somewhat
what somewhat more enthusiastic mariner
than was normal.
An announcement said that the
radio was entirely in order in mak making
ing making the broadcast but hinted that
tile handling of the wording int intplied
plied intplied much more than the routine
nature of the eallup.
at the grand Lions' queen ball to
be held at the Tivoli Guest
House, April 18. The queen to re represent
present represent the Lions at San
will be Elected at this Aime, Mu Music
sic Music for the ball will bei furnished
by Ludy Atcatraga.
Dress for the ball will be infor informal
mal informal asd there will be a buffet
dinner..
April 19 will feature a ride
through (the Panama Canal on
the President porras. Wives and
children of the, Lions of the con convention
vention convention will accompany them on
the trip.
Destileri Central
Exclusive ilistributere

I

Real Estate '16-1
FOR Lit LlpLm SOD mod 1.000
meters. the Nese Hipedreme
Urbanirratioe. across tiro Demon
Omen& Ali hots with street
fronts. sewage. water main end
eleetticity CAN W. McDermott.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALEtp--Lot 1,066 square
tamers in Ike best location of
La Croats, situated 'Movie "If"
Stant and now street. For infor.
motion pleas eall ToL 2-2170
from a.m. to 12 noon and front
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Building 7019
Bo Haar Highway, Mount Hops,
Tel. 3-2470. Craftsman 3"
table saw and 34 jointer, planor
with one hors and 11 horse
motor; incanted on mobilo angle
iron table. Solid Phillipine
hogany offke type desk. Solid
Phi Maine Mahogany fr Rattan
double drop loaf table. Solid
Mahogany bedroom set, Solid
Phi ilipine mahogoni Ind Rotolo
diningroom table, five ehairk
Lessons
PLAN NOW
To take advantage of
DOROTHY CHASES'S
Special Summer Union
TAP BALLET TOE
ACROBATIC .tr CHARACTER
June, July 1r August
Registration dotes to Itti
announced later.

Tornadoes Sweep Southward Leaving
Death, Destruction In Texas, 014

no storm front Which raked
Texas and Oklahoma with killer
tornadoes lurched into the South Southland
land Southland 'yesterday with a new twist,-
er and devastating WinS.
A tornado smashed,- the town et
Venice, La.,,tearing,the roof frotn
a ; supply coinpity, building. The
black funnel tore Into the commu community
nity community in the midst of a dHving
rain storm and It mile per hour
winds.
Weathermen saki the two-day
onslaught, the first major' torna tornaido
ido tornaido outbreak of the spring season.
would continue.
Warnings of possible tornadoes
were issued for northern Alabama
Tennessee and extreme north northwest
west northwest Georgia in an area 80 miles
on either side of a line running
from 30 miles northwest of Mus Muscle
cle Muscle Shoals, Ala., to Knoxville,
Tenn. Severe thunderstorm warn warnings
ings warnings also went out for southeast
Alabama, southwest Georgia and
extreme northwest Florida.
A United Press International
1count showed 11 persons killed by
tornadoes, and high winds.
One of the eight tornadoes which
whipped Texas and Oklahoma
Tuesday 'night killed 6 persons
and Injured 38 when tt hit the
1 town of Vaughin, Tex., anti the
nearby area between Millsboro
and Waco. Seventy-five homes
and buildings ivere destroyed.
Another tornado near Killeen.
Tex., was 'believed to have caused
an Ah Force KC135 jet tanker
to blow up In the air and erash.
Four men died.
The total of tornado Snjured
rose to 67, four of them in critical
condition. In Texas. In Oklahoma
otl field worker was kMed
when high winds toppled a rig
near Lindsay.
Dense fog in the East was
blamed for a flaming truck crash
on the New Jersey Turnpike In
which two men died. Three Mid Midwest
west Midwest estes battled sothe of their
worst floods of the century.
The rain-swollen 'Rock River
bad forced 1,500 Persons firom
their homes in tbe. busv northern
Illinois city of Rockford. The rlY
er WA 41 five feet over flood staV
only three inches short of the sit
time record, and due to rise fur furAor.
Aor. furAor.
Health authorities began mass
inoculations for 1.000 refugees to
protect them against tbe Threat of
typhoid fever in tbe Rockford
floodlalids. Damage In tbe area
was estimated at WO MO.
?fore floods rolled tbrourh
Iowa, where a4 Dubuque Or

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' VoLK$WAGEN :Agincies

hos trinsferred Its office
,
to ,the old
HEURTEMATTE' 6-,!kltIAS
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portation provide4 t..a Balboa,
Anson. Cumuli' allt4 Panama.
Hours: 8:00 Lis!. until 11:00
a.m. School open all thre tho
yam. Constant supervision. Eng.
lish spoken. 'Call Balboa Nub
1214.
Dogs
FOR SALE:Boxers, $5000$
A.K.1. ragisterad, Gan Navy
1689.
WANTED
WANTED:Cholot heareensto
Hving rooms, garden,. At Casio
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pole or Camila Alegre, PP
$600.00. Phone 14920.
WANTED: Two skampee howler
shampoo swivel chair. ?sleeken
, WANTED: Two skimps, bowler
shampoo swivel Asir. irelephon,
1-0740.
Wonted Position
Spanish lady &ante position
housekeeper, for a eouplo or ono
person. Cell piton.
3-1171, Panama.
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Mstrch iota. of 5.50 teepee' pre precipitatton
cipitatton precipitatton was the greatest in 109
years of record-koeping, and in
Wisconsin, where the Rock, jack jackapoo,
apoo, jackapoo, Pecatonica and Pine rivers
Well ail on the rampage rampage'In
'In rampage'In to West, weather-troubles
of a different kind plagued Los
Angeles. The eitt. had not had a
drop of rain throughbut 5farch
and the first day of April -saw
desert winds pushing the meritni
to a record-breaking 90 degree'
at 11. ctn.
Th Lot Angeles weedier bu bureau
reau bureau paid ,cheerfully "the dirr is
not Over, pt. Beach, anyone?"
ITALY'S,!OPULATtON MARL
ROME (IllPtl-Jrhe' poPulation
of nab-increased by almost 300,-
000 persons during Me last 12
months the Cemtrat Institute Id
Stntistieg diselosod today.
Figura issuef,, by the institett
listed the ,nation's population at
48,913,000k'
Walf,Street
CHATTER
NEW YORK ,(T.IPI) Fail Failure
ure Failure of the Dow-Jones. industrials
to penetrate the 610-620 level on
the next recovery with rails reach reaching
ing reaching a new high would h'ave the
way for a reaction that could tar tarry
ry tarry to somewhere between 550 and
560 during the spring months,,.ae months,,.aeeording
eording months,,.aeeording to Hayden, ,Stone and-Co.
Standard and goor's feels tbe
odds are that the 'market can com complete
plete complete its consolidation process
without undergoing a serioul re reaction.
action. reaction. Bache and Co.,. says current indl indlcations
cations indlcations suggest buying power will
develop around the 590-600 area,
E. F. Hutton and Co. feels if the
variable annuity idea gains a
real lobtholdit can be construed as
a very bullish factor for the
market since wider useof the me medium
dium medium would inevitably result in in insurance
surance insurance companies amassing
large holdings of common stock.
International Statistical Bu Bureau's
reau's Bureau's Business and Investment
Service says best indications are 1
there will be no mark up in the'
price of gold. "There is absolute-1
lv no basis, logic or reason for'
this."

WANTID; .-- laperksicert boat i' t.
builder, apply- la vino. 41ealso .'
2351-B Owens Street, Ballubu-,-
-77,
Phone 2-4207.

WANTED: -i Shipping mons
employe ,for assembling end
pseking maws, App Scoots with
high school oducatios professed.
Write to p.o. Box 536, Cahoot,'
slteroblie of Panama.
SERyICES
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TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. fli-F1 Toccatas
specialist. Wo sooske al makes
end modoll4 Wit slonl pretend
scatantec art work. We 'saw ;
ante it,
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Then
Aso. It-20. ToL a-I9os.
Tv ,------- mnlcu
For totter tionto tarok. Arm
Rely on
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Sono 3-7607 Facami. Servies
from It:00 tos, tc 10:00 s.sm
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Protest goer home, and promos'
against nue a
, mien MI e
Prompt schoMNie treatment est
onterposof or menthly budget,
basis. Telephone Promo Imola
rename 37971 or Coles ITT7.'
Desiatic Employment
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forili moods Import amigo. mot
sloop at work plow, osoollost
molars Interview's
vino, Am Juno Amamino No."):
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front $100 'titaa in Slop
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SitCK PRICES
NEW YORK, April 2 (UPI) ...de
The stock- market was generally
firm at the OP1ninS todill in 2106'
orate tpdias. ., ,. ,. :
ACP lad SI
Advocate itsbooloi 11512
'Alleghany Corp 10t4i
Aluminium Lidt 21
Amer Cyanamid 53
'Amer Motors 25344
Amer Tel and Tel 144
Anaconda Copp 118;11
Arkansas Fuel ''' 15;
IVCO Mfg 12
,, eth Steel 10
' ettinger Corp Mb '.
Bioroft Eventual ., 19b'i
'British Pet 116 '',
Burroughs 411,6
Canadiaa Engle 136b,'
Celanese 31
Cerro tie risco 44
Chicago Great 11111 40.
Chrysler 13
Cities Service SI
1Coastal Carib 1 1
Colgate Palmolive 100
Creole Pet 55',
Crown Cork and Seal 35b
I Cuban Venezuelan Off 58b
Du Pont 225 '
El Paso Natural las 35
Fairchild Engine Sb
Fargo Oil 6 1-16
Felmont Pet 6741
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General Dynamics ''? 62 ...
General Electrie 112
General Motors 4512'
General Plywood 24 ,'
Gulf Oil 116 1
Harsco Steel 31Ib
Hayden Newport 15
Howe Sound 11
Imperial Oil 45b
Intl Pet 27b :
Intl Tel and Tel 3936
' Lorillard 14
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Northrop Air 41b ','
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Pancoastal 4
Pan Israel 34,
Pantepec 01 2
Phillips Pet 51
Pure 011 48, .,
RCA 54
Reynolds Mete 15 4
Royal Dutch -Shell 43
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Shell Transp 1914 1
Signal Oil and Sas 37 ''.
Sinclair on 61
Socony Mobile 45
Sperry Rand 23
Standard Oil NI 51
Sterling Precision 4 ..
Studebaker-Packard II
Superior Oil 1800
Texas aulf Prods 21.
'Underwood it236
United Canso. 011 2?
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'US Rubber 53b,
US Steel 29!;
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BREMEN', Germany (tIPT)
The North German Lloyd Line
ntist v that Inn?
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Berlin werek.swept overboard by
giant wive In the North At
lantie Saturday while Eie vessel
was en route'ltrom Bremerhaven,
to New 'York.,
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storm some 100 nautical
north Aof Azores.
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W tiROSS WINNERSJack Lally and Dick Dehlinger shown
olding- first and second prize, trophies for gross scores at the
2.a Elks Annual' Golf Day held at Summit Hills Golf and
ountry Club March 22. Lally and Dehlinger had gross scores
t 777The bait will play e. nine hole match to determine the
ner of the first and second place trophies donated by ,IELP.O.,
:,! kJ; lodge 1414. (Ernest Silva phOto)

7 by
1, JOE WILLIAMS

0,
, The acquirement by the TigerC
bf veteran Larry Doby was dic dic,ated
,ated dic,ated by a paucity of left hand
bower4 one of the club's more ob obnous
nous obnous inadequacies. Gail Harris,
lb,. with 20 home Tuns, and Char Charey
ey Charey Maxwell, outfield, with 13,
:omprtsed 90 percent of then.
bort-side punch last season...And
itaxwell has inexplicably stopped
going dor the long ball. With Do Doby
by Doby gone, pointless experiment
n thefolndians' camp came to aa
md, with Vic Power returning to
Irst base in lull command... Ca Caoey
oey Caoey Stengel earlier had said:
'This Power ain't too easy to
iandle, but he's the best first
baseman in the -league, and if Do Do.y
.y Do.y has to make it there, to stay
ith the club, he'd better start
acking now."...P.S: Power was
riefly,Yankee property.
DUGOUT GOSSIP: Potentially,
le Braves' best pitcher is Joey
ay, 24, 6-4,- 225-pound right-hand-,
r. Indeed, some :claim he's the
st on the team, period. Not ev evexcluding
excluding evexcluding Spahn and Burdette
doubtable 20 garners. But mon monon
on monon Jay this- spring atict a .noce
coolness iasensed. Apparenty
a is because he passed up a
hence to pitch ,in the World Se Sees
es Sees last fall, submitting instaad
miner surgery ''on- his nonpitch-
g hand. The criticism: "Not e-1
gh desire." The speculation: l
' ith him, we win the Series."
,
THE0-!SHORT- OF IT; The 'Yan,
mes' Mickey Mantle, penuriousl
vith his personal charm, is one'
of the, biggest spenders amng
baseball's hired hands. o 1'
lerra's objection to playing first'
base: "I'm too short and I can't
dmp high." The tape meastne
buts him at 5-8 and only Bobby
ihantz 45-6) is more ungoon like.
Eterra's. self derogation as to
lumping has to be taken at face
value,, this being one of the very
ew talents for which baseball
brovides nob statistics, Whether
lank Greenberg will make anodi anodibr
br anodibr pitch for Leo Durocher- as
manager may depend on the th thtent
tent thtent of his authority in jibe revis revisxi
xi revisxi White Sox setup. Greenberg 'is
known to be anti-Al Lopez, and
)urociver, 'reduced to routine
broadcasting assignments, may be
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' 'WON Beats Stevedore Morris
By HERBERT MORRIS
s
, Once again the Powell ace, Les Les,
, Les, e Sarge) Drayton, came off
' ee(bench .to pitch his team into
advnatageous position, this
1 e insuring them second place
the 19S9 season of the Rainbow
,,' Ity Open Classification Softball
i ague:
This ,big one gave Drayton his
eventh victory and made him the
. inningest pitcher in the loon.
slie's victims once again were
-II newly crowned champsSteve--
ore Morris who were able to
et only two hits off the fast balls
this lanky and wiry pitching
, &chine. Both hita were banged
by ,one player, Alvin- Lovell.
"The, Sarge" hurled exceptional
all insofar as run-allowance is
oncenied. He gave up one run
' ile winning f ta 1, the tally be bent
nt bent unearned, This seven-inning
arned-runless- stint brought Leslie
nto third position among the lead leadrs
rs leadrs In that pitching department.
' Big Bob Moolchan, wbo reliev relievd
d relievd Herman Agard on the Morris
; mind, pitched two runless in ings
gs ings to so go ahead of Eddy Mor Mor,
, Mor, ell of Cig. Oasis 1.89 to 1.98 or a
' erence of .09. This "scOrelasa"
ven for Drayton brought him to
.44 and put bim In striking dig diganee
anee diganee for the too spot as he could
4
0, en MUIR? choice tomorrow when
I. hat, mret Psntra.
' Morrell will finish with his av
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me is bis tem, waa scheduled
o "thy, yesterday and be was not
Nenectled to make tha trip from
Moolchan will also 'mob.
ay," watch hii team phi, today
tea io finish his msrk also.
'", oday's gameAjinomoto verstix
StAvedore Morris is betne dedi dedie"tl
e"tl dedie"tl 6 Itlferson John Josenh by
ercials to' the RBcnest as
of her aptweciation
,- 4,0,11 sIt'k ler hag nut into
.1 '1'4,4.444 00 SeV1 Yetire.
Thia mita joins bis ManY friends

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more disposed to lend his genius.
to the sport than heretofore.
THE FROSH LOOK: Two rook rookies
ies rookies we'd want to see more of: Wil Willie
lie Willie Tasby of the Orioles; Jim Pi Pisoni
soni Pisoni of the Braves. With Louis Louisville
ville Louisville last season, Tisby, outfield outfielder,
er, outfielder, hit .322, drove in 95 runs, had
22 homers and won the American
Assn.'s freshman of the year a award,
ward, award, beating out Jo lumy Ca Bison
currently a White Sox bright hope.
The Braves plucked Pisoni from
Denver in the Yankee chain
where he was a standout until
sidelined by injuries..."The fella
may still be a year away, but
have to think he's big league ma material,"
terial," material," said Stengel. Twice rain rained
ed rained out, we, didn't get to see toe
Reds' Vada Pinson, but they
were high on him a year ago and
his .343 with Seattle last season
would not figure tp dilute their
enthusiasm.
:TATTERED SOX: Manager Ha Haney
ney Haney of the Braves and Sawyer ot
the Phils look for the Dodgers to
bounce back as' strong contenders,
both agreeing the dismal seventh seventhplace
place seventhplace finish of '58 was due to or
cumstances largely unrelated to
playing skills. Touring scribes, in
from Arizona, were profoundly
unimpretsed with the -Reci Sox
"They may get slightly better
pitclung. Except for Frank Mai Maizone
zone Maizone at third, nobody in the in infield
field infield is a big league playmakP-.
And, of course, an that keeps Ted
Williams in left field is his bat.
So now you know why Joe Cro Cronin
nin Cronin was so eager to escape to
the league president's chairst"
FINGER BOWLS: The Orioles'
Billy Loes at the mike: "If I Win
four games, it will be a big sea season
son season and they will have to pay me
good." His reasoning: "All I won
last season was three and they
couldn't wait to get me back."
ybrhy did Boston give up on Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Pierson? The. dugout scuttle scuttlebut
but scuttlebut is that the outfielder has lost
his throwing arm. Bring back the
spitball? It's been here all along.
A veteran coazh named us 18 con contemporary
temporary contemporary pitchers who habitual habitually
ly habitually use the illicit delivery. "Al "Almost
most "Almost invariably when the count
is 3 and 2."
Softball League
to wish him many happy returns
of the day.
Series Next Week
In preparation for their presen presentation
tation presentation of trophies and coronation
of the winner of the "Miss Soft Softball
ball Softball of 1959" contest, the board
has decided to sponsor a series
hetween an all-star selection of
the league to play the new champs.
The first game will be on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday then will continue on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and the third and final game
on Saturday, April 4, when team
and individual awards will be giv given.
en. given. On this date the lucky lady a among
mong among those vying for the "Miss
Softball 1959" title will be formal formally
ly formally proclaimed queen of the league.
Five young ladies have been
selected to represent each team
in the league. Misses Judith Kir Kirton
ton Kirton (Miss antra), Jeaneth Sealy
(Miss Powell), Diana Smith (Ajino-moto)
Joan Lynch (Cig. Oasis)
and Patsy Griffiths (Stevedore
Morris) are all working hard 'gt 'gtting
ting 'gtting votes for themselves. These
writ may be seen anv and ev everyday
eryday everyday on the site of the games.
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Sports Briefs
STAKE CLAIMS
Louisville, Ky. (NEA) Four
eligibles to the Kentucky DerbY,
May 2, were acquired .through
claiming races. They are Moony,
Blue G., Monk's Hood and Open
View.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., A:pril 2
(UPI)--The New York Yankees.
today returned first-b &serge In
Frank Leja, shortstop Rod Kahehl
and Ditcher Wiesler to their Rich-,
mond farm dill) in the Interna International
tional International League.
Entier. the Yankees had sent
outfielder' Deron Johnson 4 and
pitcher Bill Short to Richmond.

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130-125 Finale

BOSTON, 'April 2 KJPI)--What-
ever happens m the National Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Association championship
playoff series betweetn the 001-1
ton Celtics and the Minneapolis
Lakers'is apt to be anti-climacitici
Little could top last night's thril:
ler in wMcb the Celtics staged t tlate
late tlate rally to win the Eastern pi.
vision playoffs from the stubborn
Syracuse Nets by copping the sev seventh
enth seventh and deciding game, 130-125,
The upstart Nets, given practic practically
ally practically no Chance against Boston in
the series, led by 16 points at one
time in the second period. The Cel Celtics
tics Celtics regained the lead at the close
of the third period at the Garden
but Syracuse refused to give up
and held a one-point advantage as
late as the eight-minute mark of
the fourth stanza.
"It was one of the greatestno,
the greatest series I've ever
played in during nine years in the
NBA," said Bob Cousy, who drove
in for the layup that gave Boston
the lead for good with three min minutes
utes minutes remaining.
"We both said before the senes
began that it would be a tough
series and it was just that," said
Cousy.
The best-of-seven final series
starts here Saturday, with the
second game here Sunday, both
to be televised. The third and
fourth scraps will be played at
Minneapolis next Tuesday and
Thursday.
"Syracuse was a great team,"
chorused Boston coach Red Ai.lr Ai.lrbach
bach Ai.lrbach and his players.
"Don't let anybody kid you,"
added Bill Russell, whose 32 re rebounds
bounds rebounds and 18 points were a maj major
or major factor in the Celtics' victory.
"We couldn't have played a tough.
er team. St. Louis (ousted by the
Lakers in the Western Division
playoffs) couldn't have been any
better. The Nats didn't quitbut
neither did we."
fASTLICIloitEAGUE
,
Tea m s
x-Pericos
Ocelots
sr-Macaws
Pumas
Conejos
Palomas
st-Have a tie game.
w Pct.
7 0 1000
7 2 .778
5 2 l'1714
3 .333
2 6 .250
0 8 .000
Today's game
Palomas vs. Pericos
Yesterday in the Fast lich, Teen Teenage
age Teenage Baseball Leagues the Ocelots
kept alive their chance to over overtake
take overtake the undefeated leaders Peri Pericos
cos Pericos in the tournament's second
half when they downed the Pumas
by 8 to
A four-hitter by Ditcher Roy Bet Bettis
tis Bettis and the powerful bat of Ted
Albritton. Gary Anderson and Don
RUdy gave the winners their sev seventh
enth seventh triumph against two losses.
Bob Dilfer spoiled Bettis' bid for
a shutout victory when he smash smashed
ed smashed long homerun (117P? thp c-nterfield
fem.,. in the all inning.
msrked contrast with Bottle
'brilliant Performance on t e
mound. the Pumas hld to use
three nitchers in vain attemnt to
stop the winners' attack. Gene
rratinhcim. the stsrter. was the
Inger. He was followed by Mike
Williams and John 7einick.
A four-run rally in the bottom
of the fifth inning. in whieh a hom homer
er homer bv Albritton was the big blow.
sssured the victory !or the Oce Ocelots.
lots. Ocelots. This afternonn. the league lead leading
ing leading Pericis will try fo, at 1-es'
tie in the geromi half. All they
have to do Is to beat the last-place
Pqlomas.
nem' more Jnhn Marcum will be
on the mound fnr the Pericos.
lIero will probably work
!for the Palomas
Yesterday's Result
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Tinny's nnu 01 n n---1 A A
Orslots 001 043 x--1! 11 2
Frsonlleim, Williams, Zelniek
apA Potter.
Betfis and W. Fre,nell.
Top Hitters:
Thimat Corrigan 4-1, Differ 2-1.
Williams 3-1, Pearl 2-1.
Pews 'French L. 3-1. Rudy 4.
1, W. Frenell 1-1. G. Anderson 4-2,
Albritton 4-1. R. Anderton 2-1.
ungee 4-1 BAttis 3-1. pymbi..e w.
vren&b. r!. Anderson. RR: Differ,
Rudy, Albritton.
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LOW NET WINNERWillie Mcieowd receives first:prize for low
net score of 68 in the Annual Golf 4Day of Elks held at
the Summit Hills Golf and Country, Club March 22. ; Shovm
left to right: Dick Dehlinger,'representing Chico de Vro,-donor
of the first prize- ice bucket; Jack ;Ally. master of ceremonies
for the event: and McKeown. (Photo by Emelt Silva

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By H, L. HERVEY
After another night of bowfmg,-
the team standings chabge a little,
but American Supply is still in first
place and we are beginning" to
wonder if they iyill etter be tlist
placed. Last Wednesday they took
2 points from Crawford Agencies.
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The spark plugs f r the suppliers
were Michael vett a 450 series and
Taylor with a ,4 For Crawford
Agencies, L'heOreux is beginning
to wake up after a short winter.
Hp took out the old ax and cut
down 478 maples. Doing his best
to save a couple of points was
Barnhart with a 376 series.
La Mascota jumped to second
place after an extremely lucky
night. It seems that the teams
were not in the best bowling form
snd in the end luc ktold the differ difference;
ence; difference; The haberdashers took 3
Points from Cerveza Balboa, with
Hervey and Borrego rolling the
highest series for the haberdashers
and Hernandez and Valdez being
top men for the beermen, (scores
held on. request). Cerveza Balboa
now occupies third place.."'It ..t.
In fourth place Is Volkswagen,
they displaced Cravdord Agencies
by taking 3 points from Gulf Gulfpride.
pride. Gulfpride. Los Petroleros had a very
good score, but they could not off offset
set offset the outrageous series rolled by
Burkhalter. He bowled a flat 600
series scratch. This is bowling in
any book, the other Carman with
a high series was Larrazabal with
a 416. For the Wildcatters It was
a disappointment to have lost as
they did. specially since they turn turned
ed turned in a fine total score. Hansel with
a 474 and Segura with a 442 had
their best series.
The Mercurio Jewelers eontinue
to be victimized by luck. They lost
3 points to Marlboro by the narrow narrowest
est narrowest of margins. By the same to token
ken token Marlboro contends it is not all
luck and bowling ability has some something
thing something to say abbut it. Garcia man managed
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Torre helned with 358 for the
Smkers. For the Jewelers, Marti Martinez
nez Martinez continues to provide the leader.'
ship by rolling a 433 and Teal add added
ed added his 364 pins to the total score.
TEAM STANDINGS
Lost
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10
101,4
12
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41
Won
American Supply 12
La Mascota 11
Cerveza Balbao 10
Volkswagen
Crawford Agencies 7
Marlboro 6
Gulfpride 512
Mercurio Jewelers 4
BOWLING SPORTS
DIABLO MAJOR LEAGUE
Tea ms
Wynn's
Nehi
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Fuerza y Luz
Seymour AgencY
ILL Noma
Pan Imperial
Won Lost
6812 3912
6812 ,L41.12
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, 55 53
54 54
50 5114
4012 6312
38 70
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Baker 191, Lane 185, Dube 165,
Damian 185.
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into,first place:in the Diablo Major
League 'as they scored a -shutout
over "Fuerza Luz. Wynn's now
enjoy- a two game edge over RC
Nehi end the two teams battle it
out ,inlhe final match of the sea.
son,' neat Tuesday. I ;
One pointdwill assure them at
tie end two ?Points will kivf Wytin'S
the ChlimpiOnship. Engleitt, tailabmo!
for -Ran Amato; pounded ont a 624
to Oilee mil Not one of the
Fuerza Luz team hit the -500
Mark' as their loss dropped them
from a third place tie to fifth
place.
RC Nehi dropped- a 3 to 1 deci decision
sion decision to the last place Pan Impc Impcrial
rial Impcrial team. Neill salvaged their lone
point in the final game. Harry t,t,i t,t,ibed
bed t,t,ibed with 616 and NI Nescio with
559 were the only Nibi members
that went over the half century
mark. All the Pan fmperial team
hit over 500 with their scores rang ranging
ing ranging from 512 to 536.
HI. Boma scored a 3 to 1 win
over Lucky Strike. Bud Baker
with 597 and Ray Schneider with
583 paced the winners. Pepe Da Damian's
mian's Damian's 569 and Jorge Soto's 515
were high for Lucky Strike. The
Smoker's loss dropped them to 4th
place.
P.A.& took over sole possesion
of third place by beating Seymour
Agency 3 to 1. MacLane bit 573
for the winners. --Lane's second
game of 240 was the highest single
game of the night. Again Bruce
Hassler led Seymour with a 575
series.
Wynn's 4
Dube 175 156 159 ,490
Hinely 133 172 212 517
Englert 212 199 212 623
Graham 158 193 170 521
Bell 158 169 220 547
Tota Is 1126 11119 071 'Lon
175
133
212
158
158
836
156
172
199
193
169
889
159 ,490
212 517
212 623
10 521
220 54
973 2698
Fuerza y Luz 0
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Tarr
Bieber
Fistonich
Glieebman
Totes
183
135
160
138
154
770
158
167
152
178
155
820
157 498
181 483
176 498
175 491
186 4915
875 2465
RC NA! 1
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Klumpp
Allen
Kaelin
Colbert
Totals
183 171 205 559
146 137 161..4444
179 163 138 478
179 147 164 lqt)
201 192 223' 6.16
888 810 880 2587
Pan Impala( 3
Burgoon 201 145 100 536
Labeau 182 192 156 530
Prusinowski 173 160 180 513
Palm 191 166 155 512
Albritton 209 152 163 524
Lucky Strike 1
Soto 189 177 199 56
Morrow ; 145 177- 199 ,565
MorroW 145 147, 191
Luttenberger 170 171 191 511
Metzger 168 160 153 481
Damian 185 180 204 589
Totals 157 .135 937 2629
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Charters 157 201
Schneider 203 191
Blind 142 142
Kleischmann 161, 170
Ba leer 169 203
Tots Is 832 937
199 557
189, 583
142 42G
187 518
225 597
942 2681
Pan American 3
MeIanson 18 165
Lowande 172 178
Voss 158 134
DeLuca 128 180
Lane 141 240
Teta: la , 7U 897
199 541
196 546
134 423
212 520
192 573
t23 2606
Saymour Agsocy 1
Soyster 183
Schmidt 172
Folger 151
Bates, 184
Hassler 203
Totals 873
148 207 510
173 173 518
159 152' 482
191 138 511
192 180 575
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President Eisenhower yesterday
set himself a task more difficult
than balancing the budget. He
Lromised to root Washington's
baseball SenatoEs into -the first di,
,
, And' at 'an' annial White
ceremony; the President received
Ms annual gold pass to Amerioan
League games. But he told the
baseball delegation it looked like
he would miss till opening game
day- here April 9 between' the Sen.
tors and the Baltimore Orioles.-
American League President Joe
Cronin reported that Eisenhower
told him his appearance on open4
ing day was "rather indefinite" but
if be missed the opener he would
"try to get out as often as possible
during the season." A
!rho President told the baseball
delegation 'that he exPected to go
to Augusta, Ga., next Tuesday, and
remain there on his annual spring
golfing holiday until APril 13. Of Official
ficial Official developments may, eause
shift in plans, lie said.
As for the upcoming season and
the home team, Cronin said "The
President hopes the Senators im improve
prove improve themselves in the standino.s
36 he could go out am! root for
them."
Since Eisenhower took office in
1953, the perennially maladroit
Washington club has seldom turn turned
ed turned in record to warrant Eisen Eisenbower's
bower's Eisenbower's frequent attendance.
, In the six seasons during which
Eisenhower has been in the White
House the Senators have finished
filth,, sixth, eighth, seventh. eighth
end eighth. Only club employes see
them better than seventh this sem,
son.
Cricket Nes,
By H. F. MIGNOTT
STANDINGS
W D Pts
Surrey, 3 0 1 1712
Wanderers 2 '1 1 '121A
Cragwell 2 1 1. 1212
Excelsior '. 1 3 0 5
Midland 0 3 1 212
The closely contested race lor
cricket supremacy on the Atlantie
side continue to hold the interest,
otrthe fans as. theaSurrey eOE.,iesb
Sunday maintained its undefeated
record and fiv point advantage,
but remained nevertheless within
striking distance of tile hOtly pur pursuing
suing pursuing Wanderers and Cragwell
clubs.
PlAying on the Mount Hone Oval
for the first time this season, Sur Surrey
rey Surrey took the measure of the Prst Prstwhile
while Prstwhile chamnions. vlieelsior
while over on the rainbow City
orourd. Cragwell Cll. enjoyed an
eonsilv wtsv fir" at the exnense
of be Midland Elevon.
Surrov smetssed 11 runs desnite
a mediocre. hopinning When the
wiebets bs11: 1 for 1. 2 for 13 3
for 17, for 41 and 5 for A9. At this
strne of thp game the "hig--rian"-
with the willow was Ilsrrv Pres Presoott.
oott. Presoott. who scored 2q vong tioforo los losing
ing losing his wicket.. "Bolihv't Drskes
ond Chester DeSowm then met in
a partnershio whieh carried the
score to 98 as thP former nlave,4 e
defensive game for 11 runs while
DeSoun lambasted the howling to
mske a ton spore of 58 runs.
After the dismissal of this trou troublesome
blesome troublesome duo. bowler Ashton Came Camebell
bell Camebell nromptly skittled through the
remaining batsmen to become the
most successful trundler of the dav
with 6 wickets for 13 runs. K. nrif nriffithet
fithet nriffithet garnered 3 for 34 and S. Har Harwood
wood Harwood 1 for 19.
In reply. Excelsior C.C. was a able
ble able to muster only 71 runs desoite
the valiant efforts of batsmen Ger Gerald
ald Gerald Sms11. who was run out at 20.
sod Malcolm Perch, who notched
15 runs with some brMiant leg
drives. S. Harwood remained not
out with 8 met. Por Surrey, bowler
H. Mignott took 7 wickets at a cost
o P.5 runs. R. Watermsn 1 for 19,
and C. DeSouza 1 for 28.
In tho other mateh of the day.
Cragwell C.C. got off to' a good
stRrt at;11 roared tin the resneeta resneetable
ble resneetable total of lee rinkfor she loss of
Revel wlekets decirtod, against
the Midland C.Ci
John Clausel le tithe yurade with
An runs contributed. followed hV S.
Rewitt 31 not out. IOn lipst 22, C.
Niles 21. O. linker 16. J. Ring 12.
Rnd C. Smith also 12. Of the noon&
tog bowlers. P. Powen Jr. got 1 for
11. C. Groves 1 for 60, and V. Ca Cabev
bev Cabev 3 for 60.
Midiant1 wss all out for 80 runs
PRrold Haynes scored eleven,
Rnd C. Groves 10, G. Msnning die die',itched
',itched die',itched 5 wickets fog 2q runs, J.
'41ausel 3 for 15, and 3. King 1 for
,5.
' Thin Sunday, Wanderers C.C. will
go.all out in an effort to defeat the
league-leading Surree C.C. Pt the
Rainbow City Oval while -at Mount
Rope I battik le oredlefed. as the
Excelsior and Midland Clots each
feel they are not yet out of the run
,
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where germs hide. causing itch. pain.
peeling. acne. blaekheads. ringworm.
std. Ordinary remedies only give mo momentary
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the germs that rre the real cause or
so Many skin troubles. Nixederm
kill these germs and makes your akin
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in order today for Harry Craft' el
Kansas City and CoPkie, 4veliPtto
of Washingtonbut'A's s,'inatter
of condolencet al
gratulationc -,,i,
'The man from Washington, al
honest as Zeorge eurprised at the
cherrY tree with hatchet in hind,
admits gamely that Senators
are merely going tto filibuster in
the American .League race thie
year. Craft intimatel that', his
name misspelled and ,thatSac,
tually he'i dealing in cheese.,
- These are the only two of the
la major league managers wtio
havg no first divilion and-or PPit
nant pretensions during' this 'pc
riod where hope springs etern.il in
the hits,' runs and errors tamps.
- The other 14 all profess' tai be
Idoking fondly away from 'the
basement and up at 'the buntingil
IMeaning that come September
and even earlier in 'most 'cased
it's going to be avtfully crowded'
in the big 'leagues' first division
ot there will be a bucketful ol
bitsted hearts.
,
1 National League Optimistic
Everybedy Na lonal
t
League is talking ,,first, division;
which cent for either,. an eight.
team tie or some : other manor
'miracle. No less than four man-i
agers, and possibly five, figure
they could win it all, st,situathon
mathematically impossible;
"Our pitching is good end well
come up with a replacement at
second for, Red Schoendienst,"
confidently ,asserts the defending
champ, Fred Haney of Milwaukee,
"If we stay healthy, we. shouid
win," chants Danny Murtaugh of
Pittsburgh, and nobody is saying
he can't. I
"We have everything to whi the
pennant," opines Mayo Smith of
the Reds, adding,' thoughtfully,
"except, perhaps, the pitching)!
,"We'll certainly finish in the
first division," points out Solly
1 Hemus of the Cards, "and we
might even win- ttie pennant.,"-
Defying the 'potential liver livercrowding,
crowding, livercrowding, the other four pilots
look hopefully to at,leaslanakang
the s Walri Aleton,
whose -Dridgers are tabbed by'
other Skippers-yeti 'the, 'tea to
watch, admits ; to first k division
pretensions intl'BM ligney.of the
Giants says ,1,7lie race' wall be a'
scramble ill year,O.inferning that
beroet will, remit involved.
- r
Whistles Past qravoyard I
Silityer lot; the
fackinAr'pbwer o badly that-, Ms
pitchers are going. to have,to ;hull
an awful lot, of no-hitters, to torn tornpensate,
pensate, tornpensate, says boldly fWe have
first division potential.! Even:Bob
Scheffing Of the Cubs .whista
past the graveyard -by counting
on "hustle" to make Vie top four,
the only factor' whiclrepuld make
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'..'"raff announce& flatly "don't even ,-,
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Lavagetto' aays he hopes, to .wur so'
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WASHINGTON, (11PIlLColin P.
Kelly III, the son of one of Amer America's
ica's America's first World War II heroes,
will know soon whether he is all allgible
gible allgible for West Point, He already
has an excellent recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation.
The 18-year-old Chester, Pa.,
youth is the son of Capt. Colin P.
Kelly Jr.who attacked a Japa Japanese
nese Japanese onaval, -force off the Philip.
pines Dec. 10, 1941 and died try trying,
ing, trying, to land his 1517 bomber.
CorkY, as young Kelly, is nick nicknamed,
named, nicknamed, expects to hear in about
seven weeks whether he will be
admitted to the U.S. Militarv Acn Acndemy
demy Acndemy at West Point, N.Y., in
July. He already has taken the
stiff entrance examinations.
After Cant. Kelly's death. Pres PresEranklin
Eranklin PresEranklin D. Rowevelt wrote
a leiter to "the Protident of the
Tio;tee States in 1950." He asked
that the bomber nilot's Ron be
considered for a West Point ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. 'Consider the merits of s sump',
American youth of goodly heti hetitare."
tare." hetitare." Roosevelt urged the future
president. who turned. out to be
Dwight . Eisenhower.
Kelly applied to the -Army for
an anpointment last August. en entering
tering entering competition in two cate categories
gories categories or nuotas presidential
and sons of deceased veterans.
tonk the examinationg at
Vsllev Forge. Pa.. Army Hosni
tni. Mareh 11-14. The Army said
the results will be known in mid midCorley's
Corley's midCorley's mother, now Mrs. Jay
Watqoo Pedlow. S! I g her !On
wanted to onter the Mittfory
dewy and hOnOti emila b.. done
'olt;etty Rod ittmsuminniv."
r,nt. woe fivinq nne of,
five bomberl in flip 14th Soot1,4.
ron of the Army Air COTD$ whenl
Peqr1 Harborsneak attack.
He had been direetNi to bornb
an sircraft carrier off Luzon. Nol
carrier watt found, but a IPrffo
0,41 was detected and aitaeked
with three 600-pound ,bombs from
22.900 feet.
At the time it was reported that
Kelly and his crew had sunk the
Japanese battleshirs Haruna. Lac
er it was found that the Haruna
was not the area and the ship
attacked by Kelly was the heavy
cruiser Ashigitrapv,, IT,
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The B17 was' attacked by Japa Japanese
nese Japanese itgaters anu set afire. White
returning to base Kelly ordercd
the crew to bail out and tried to
hnd the plane. He died in tho
wreckage. He was posthumously
awarded the Distinguished Serv Service
ice Service Cross.

DECODES INSCRIPTIONS'
VATICAN errY (UPI) Vati Vatican
can Vatican sources said today a wom woman
an woman archaeologist had decoded an andent
dent andent inscriptions which. offered
further evidence that a tomb be beneath
neath beneath St, Peter's. Basilica watt
that of the Apostle Peter The
archaeologist, Dr. Margherita
Guarducci, faund the "greffiti"
(scratched inscriptions) on a walk
uPearthed near the- tomb. The
winces said her ,translation
showed the place was worshipped
as the tomb of St. Peter teitt than
century after his martYrdom
in tbe reign of Nero:Dr. Guar Guarducci
ducci Guarducci was scheduled to call on
Pope John XIII tomorrow' with
a three-volume book outlining her
findings.

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...,, WASHINGTON, April 2 (UPI)Presid ent Eisenhower asserted today that the "road
Aticanttoward lasting peace and universal justice" .will require courage, sacrifice and
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1-1--The,foresident in 'an address to the 'ICA h anniversary session of NATO, pledged com coml.
l. coml. rusd offortyfor a "just solution to thi..pro hienis Of ,Germany" and European security
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nd,:ll000peration in the newly-opening real mof outer' space"
l!i,..'We shall always keep open the door o f honest-discussion" with the Soviet Union,
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fin'Ireality" in its effort) to. settle East-We st disputes.
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lithe- liresident 'told the mern-I ence. Economic and military I The President wu the prin prinhire
hire prinhire or,the 15-nation 'alliance' strength. have developed- hand ,I cipal speaker at the opening
.thot ',4oo moot be prepared dur-I in hand." session of the NATo council's'
uvula years ahead to live in "The:need, Is we reach for a three-day spring meeting in the
a !World in which tension and lasting peace with justice," the ornate departmental auditorium
blekering between free nations President said, "Is the abandon- here where the allialICS was
itnit---the Soviets will be daily ment of the Communist purpose born 10 years ago.
eaperiences" of world' dornination. We shall Other speakers were acting
' onen he called the roll of never cease to encourage such secretary of state, Christian -A.
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what. is needed on the road to- a change." ' Herter, NAT secretary-general
Nird 'lasting peace and universal It was at this point that he Paul-Henri Speak and Dutch'
justice: 1 warned that the years ahead foreign, minister Joseph M. A. H.
,0,,--opumge to stand last in would be' filled with tension and Lim, bonorary council presi presithe,'
the,' presithe,' ate of menace and of i disoutes with Russia. dent.
preatil... 1 But he pledged that "we shall
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ten' and, improve our collective honest discussion even to
strength over a long period ,of those whose creed le world do- US Rocket Talk
time- mination."
: t,.-Peraeverance to expl o r e He said NATO- governments
every avenue, which offers rea- "conduct. continuous almost
sonable ho,pe tor just solutions daily discussions and nego- Against Russia
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to the, issues between ourselves tiations with the Soviet Union"
Int, the ,-Soviet Union." in additiOn to contacts through Disturbs Britain
, regular diplomatic chahnels, the
''Itisent, ower, who was NAT s United -Nations and personal
first eupreme military com- contacts among leaders. LoNDON. April 2 (UPD-The
British government is disturb disturbMender,
Mender, disturbMender, noted that the Com- ,,No means are overlooked ed by
munistshave made neither po- that give promise of const
ruc- United States "rocket
threats" against. RUSSia, reliable
htical, nor military gains in Eu- tive results," he said. "We shall
rePe ,since- the. North Atlantic continue these negotiatibru and government sources disclosed
alliance wcs: ,forged 10 years discussions. today.
Britain was said to fear that
110.,' "We shall continue to make the US. is "rattling rockets"
He,. pointed out that despite concrete and realistic propo propothe
the propothe "economic sacrifice" h
-Y sals for disarmament, for a thnat ednotnot yeteettistot. Thfeeel gtonv-e
inem6er natins, military ef- just solution to the problems
ferts lof the''15 cotmtries "have of Germany, for European :11.remats Are particularly inop inopportune
portune inopportune within a few weeks et
by':rto Means stunted the eco- security and for cooperation -critical east-west negotiations
nomic..,groWth" of the. NATO In the newly-opening realm
tiatierts. of outer-- space." on Berlin.
Two London new:Taped
,4.130 Alte eontrary, he added, The President said that the 'The NOWA Chionitle And Daily
"!there has been a notable in- free nations, in their constant Herald reported that Britain
7:cgease in froduction, trade striving for "just. solutions" to either has asked or will ask the
Ailed...living standards among problems with Russia "will not U.S. through di lomatic (ban (ban-
- (ban- tehe NATO peoples during the fail before the enormity of the nels to desist f P
rom. such threats
',10: ',years of ,,,, NATO's exist- ask. Rather, they will prove for the time being.
once again that greatness of The Foreign Office and the
,, ,, spirit and love of liberty will Defense Ministry both denied
Alicather,Or Not overcome the forces of atheistic knowled e of an such re re reg
g reg Y P
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l materialism and coercion and sentations. However, responsible
give to all the nations, under seurce sindicated that the goy goy.
. goy. ,, God, the blessings of security ernment is seriously troubled by,
- Ando ,weother report for the 24 along with a just and durable recent rocket threats b3r U.S.
Iiourc ending I a. In, today h peace." military leaders.

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to assure him that he was a good
father.
"Pop's been jiistt great parent,
no matter what he thinks," said
20-year-old Lindsay, the youngeg
c4 the four sons. ---
Lindsay was reported on the
verge of teen Tuesday when
hearing that his 55-year-old fa famous
mous famous father told a reporter:
"I think I failed them byt giv giving
ing giving them too much work and dis discipline,
cipline, discipline, too much money and too
little time and attention...It
seems that maybe we got out of
the habit of communicating.
You've got to get kids started
talkipg to you and keep them
at it.
441 never had much success talk talking
ing talking with mine."
Retorted 24-year-old Dennis: 1
"We're closer now than ever be beeause
eause beeause we're older and be talks to
us like adults. We're more hke
buddies fhan father and sons."
Bing said be was disappointed
that none of the boys finished 01-
lege.
"I don't even remember my fa father
ther father mentioning being upset be because
cause because none of us finished col college,"
lege," college," said Dennis. "He merely
pointed out that we should have
sufficient schooling to get along in
the world."
Dennis' twin, Philip, added,
"None of wile.' the way dad does
about it. Sure we've had a few
problems. Any family runt into
that. But after all, if we got ii.to
trouble it was more publicized
that if an average kid did 'it."
Both Dennis and Philip married
Las Vegas showgirls.
Two of the boys have been ar

Army To Conduct
Practice Firing
At Kobbe, Maio

Practice firing has been sched scheduled
uled scheduled by units of U S, Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean for both sides of the Isthmus
during next week.
Weapons activity will be carried
on Monday through Saturday at
Empire Known Distance Range,
Fort Kobbe area, rifle firing by the
lst Battle Croup, 20 Infantry, from
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. MAXiMIUM altitude
la 12,500 feet and the maximum
horizontal range is 3500 yards.
Arthe Pills Field Firing Range,
Atlantic area, next Wednesday
from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m, the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB School will be firing the
recoill6ss rifle. Maximum altitude
will be 12.500 feet; maximum
range, 3500 yards.

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LONDON, AprE 2 (UPDThe
British government is disturb disturbed
ed disturbed by 'United States "rocket
threats" against RUSSia, reliable
government sources disclosed
today.
Britain was said to fear that
the US. is "rattling rockets"
that do not yet exist. Me gov government
ernment government was said to feel the
threats are particularly inop inopportune
portune inopportune within a few weeks 4it
critical east-west negotiations
on Berlin.
Two Lotido liewspaper
The Ntwit Chronitle And Daily
Herald reported that Thitain
either has asked or will ask the
U.S. through diplomatic chan channels
nels channels to desist from such threats
for the time being.
The Foreign Office and the
Deferise Ministry both denied
knowledge of any such repre representations.
sentations. representations. However, responsible
senate sindicated that the gov government
ernment government is seriously troubled by
recent rocket threats b3r U.S.
military leaders.

Crosby's Four Grown Sons
Assure Him He Was Good Pop

rested for drunk driving, and
Gary, 25, the eldest, and Lindaay'
were recently asked to move out
of their Hollywood apartment be because
cause because the landlord complained
they were making too much noise.
Bitterness also was reported
when Bing married 23-year-old ac actress
tress actress Kathy Grant in 1957. They
now have 15-monthold son. His
first wife, Dixie Lee, died in 1952.
"Pop's done a wonderful job,
considering what he had to work
with," said Philip.

Poles Recognize
April Fool's Day
With Subtle Humor
WARSAW (UPI)--Newspapers
in this Polish Communist capital
note(' yesterday that it was
April Fool's Day. Then They sol solemnly
emnly solemnly reported that a herd of 30
bison was marching ou Warsaw
end that Buckingham Palace ien ientries
tries ientries were to be allowed to lick
ice cream eones on duty.
One Communist paper reported
that gasoline stations were being
reconverted into underground
milk tanks to ensure a supply of
cold milk throughoutthe summer.

Bull Cooperates
In Cattle ,Breeding
Artificially
ITHACA, N.Y. (UPI) Amer!.
can Breeders Services, which pro provides
vides provides artificial insemination, for
dairy cows, ;aid today that one
of its btdis has set a five-year
record of more than 100,000 suc successful
cessful successful first services in artificial
breeding.
The service said the bull,
Shiawana Mutual Paul 5th, Is in
artificial stud service at Madison,
Wis. During the five-year period
he has been at the Madison stud
farm. Mutual 5th has sired 102,987
calves, the service said.
GETS TNI BOUNCE
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
--- or ne". SIAM Wks,
that the Central Council of the
Mongolian People's Revolutionary
Party had fired Second Secretary
,D.,Damba because of:
"His lack of principles and In Insincerity
sincerity Insincerity toward the party: bis
profound ideologically political
backwardness, conservatism and
inertness: conceit, and lack of
self-critical attitude and opportu
Intel b dyistortion and shortcom shortcomings
ings shortcomings in work."

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rola, CLATTON CHILDREN Show ear prizis at an Easter egg htmt held k at "Mimi& IPlanking them are Chaplain! ITNI 11.) Edward- Xi teft
and Lt. Col. Joseph P. Mich', right. Wirinerl of gold egg prizes were: Roger Wells, Eddie Flynn, Norma 'Silva, Cindy Younghlood,!) Nritei; any, Inv Narita,
Greg Marthl, L3Tnn Chambers, Jim Davie and Mike'Plucker., Witmers of silver egg prizes were: Kenneth Gooding, Christine-Medita, ).01ariefGlyneit 'pale
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Middle East Is Lost To US, Chances For Berlin Balancp Pre(
Correspondent Reports After World Tour, Talks With Fgreign

LONDON' (UPI) 'The 'United
States is losing the battle for the.
Middle East. In Berlin, the
chances still may be a little het hetter
ter hetter than sazo.
That is the capsule impression
of a correspondent wh in the last
five weeks has travelled close to
20,000 miles and in the course of
it visited the principal pressure
points of the Middle Last and
Europe and talked to scores of
government officials, editors and
members of American embassies.
In retrospect, the course could
be described as the outer perime perimeter
ter perimeter of the sickle ht Communism's
symbolic hammer and. sickle. It
eould be the Turkish crescent or
it could be the fertile crescent of
the Middle East, embracing Leb Lebanon,
anon, Lebanon, ,Syria and Iraq.
Ender the wings of the tuft tufthans
hans tufthans German Airlines plane
crept the remains of Hitler's beer
hall in Munich, Rome, and pyra pyranide
nide pyranide of Enrol. Beirut. Damascus.
Baghdad and the ruins of ancient
Babylon.
These are ancient b a ttl '-
grounds, both for real estate end
for control of men's minds. Tech Techniques
niques Techniques have. changed, but not the
objectives.
In Berlin, The Brandenburg
Gate- divides East and West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin and stands as a monument to
man's destructive abilities as
demonstrated by Werld War IL
Camel trails and, an-occasional
automobile track cut- the desert
between Damascus and' Baghdad.
Here, in this vast desert, civiliza civilization
tion civilization came to a halt 600,years ago
when Tamerlane destroyed the
fabulous --canals which made the

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Tigris and Euphrates valleys the
Garden of Eden.
Between Berlin and Baghdad,
the airplane is the link and the
persistently cheerful air and
ground crews the guides in a
Journey that runs back in. time
but never escapes the eonflicts
that Are strictly 20th Century.
In Berlin, it is steadfast' deter
mination of the people. backed by
an equally steadfast military, that
gives the west its best chince
against further Communist en encroachment.
croachment. encroachment. Prosperous West Berliners give

Resurgent US Economy
Climbs To New Highs

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NEWYORK (UPI) America's
resurgent economy climbed to
new record highs in the first quar quarter
ter quarter ,of 1959 and the outlook is for
even greater ,growth the next
three months.
Such key barometers 01 ezo ezonomie
nomie ezonomie health as industrial produc production,
tion, production, gross national product, con consumer
sumer consumer spending and personal in incomes
comes incomes an established new all-tinie
highs as the economy recovered
all the grotmd lost in the 1957-58
recession.
Among the individuat industries,
steel, construction, autos, alumi aluminum,
num, aluminum, copper, and appliances an
operated at levels sharply above
a year ago, with the,first -two at
record highs.

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no indication of surrendet:,.:witat-1 R .1s. 4rabi nalyonal!ant, itti4nedist: Atontt:0110. lyestirC invitig

ever Soviet Premier Nikita against Israel. It is Artt1) nation- in ether4r1
Khrushchey's threats. Stockpiles alism divided by. the ambitions of time loW,
against blockade have been laid Egypt's President. Abdel Game! is lit'existel
up for months to come. And Nasser on' the ,one hand end. by which; Inigh
American military commanders the creeping Comm.-limn la rag,
there make clear their determine- which illiahliPaing' Prime Minister '
tion to retreat only under, specific Abdel Karim Kassem as its fig- Emi3
orders. from Washington.- If 13er- urehead.
liners and fighting men 'lave their 4
way, there will be no surrender warSt Or an, front the V.S.
Eisenhower Doctrine, in the Mid- ,1
in Berlin. standpoint, 'i the failure of the
tile East. Arab nationalism revolt-
But as of now, no such opti optimism
mism optimism can be expressed for the
Middle East. ed against any attempt to line the '
is eat Arab, Btatea up, EnstrverausWest. m.
The Middle Eut itself
Too late, .West recognized rt,..00

Arab, dates uP, East Nersua Nest,
Too late, the West recognized
The Middle Eut itself is split:
the rn.ality (If Nasser's positive

The one dark spot in the eco economic
nomic economic picture was unemployment,
which has held at the alarmingly
high level of 6 per cent of the
total labor force, sompared with,
4 per cent...before the recession.
, Automation, which permits COM COMpanies
panies COMpanies to produce more with few fewer
er fewer men, hits been blamed for the
sluggish employment figures.
The steel industry, for example,,
has broken production records left
and right during the first 'quarter,
despite the fact that some 200,000
steelworkers still are out of work,
An official of the United ',Steel,
workers of America predicted that
100,000 of the unemployed, may
never return to the mills. 1
A good deal of the steam be behind
hind behind the economy's first quarter
upsurge Calrie from strike-hedge
buying in such major industries
as steel,- copper,' and aluminum.
Companies in scores of industries
are rapidly rebuilding depleted'in depleted'inventories
ventories depleted'inventories to avoid shortages in the
event of strikes; later this year.
The current three-year contract
in the steel industry expires at
midnight June 30, while the' three',
year pact in the aluminum indus industry
try industry ends!, a month later. t,:
4
Economists said this strike strike,
, strike, hedge buying will be a miajor
stimulant through the second
quarter of the year. '1
New, car-sale tare running well
head of a Year ego as consumers
are spending more for, durable
goods. Auto industry spokesmen,
noting a spurt in auto sales dur-
ing March, t are hopeful, this is
prelude to a big spring buyi
push. 4,
The construition industry, one
of the few,to,operate at a record
level in 1958, has been doing even
better this year. Housing starts,
are 4strong, which should 'help
salei of furniture, appliances and
other bousehold '

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Bront1-.Zo"ii
.. NEW 'YORK (CPI) ,Tha ke
was' on the'''Jokesters ,on this
April' Fool's, Day.
, Officials' of:the-Brink Zoo took
pity 'on, their hard. 'woridng tele
phone, switchboar,do'perators and
bad the telephone. company screen
all calls to the zoo to 'discourage
requests for Besr,:Mn Owl
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neutrality and too late thi Arab
themselves realized their headlong
flight from Western colonialism
was leading them directly into the
Communist trap.
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,.. once again that greatness of The Foreign Office and the journey that runs back in. time there make clear their determine- which mam ins Prime Minister .. i .,...,,,a, .., 1
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' .'f f spirit and love of liberty will Defense Ministry both denied of a correspondent wha m the last, but never escapes the eonflicts tion to,retreat only. undmaspectile Abdel-Kaiim Kaasem as' it!rfig- (- F
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, , give to all the nations, under seurce sindicated that the gov- it visited the principal pressure mination of the people; backed by way, there will no surre7e
points of the Middle Last and an equally steadfast military, that in Berlin.
7 God, the blessings of security ernment is seriously troubled by
tile East. Arab nationalism tavola- .., aa aa,,,,,,a..aaa, ,,..a. aa.!,a
Europe and talked to scores 0f gives the west its. best chince But as of now, no such opta
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government officials, editors and against further Communist en- mism can .be expressed, for the
gouts' ending I a. m, today h peace." military leaders.
members of American embassies. croachment. Middle Last.
prepared by the Meteorological
., In retrospect,. the course could Prosperous West Berliners give The Middle Eut -itself -' Atalaatates ug East versus West.'
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it could be the fertile crescent of esurgen S'Iconomy flight from- Western colonialism Whesayas aims aosse,a-------rata,...: .i., .,,
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84 Assure Him He Wcis Good Pop the Middle East, embracing Lela I
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1 VirDirks around the famous crooner today were recently asked to move out hall in Mullich, Rome, lied pyre-
to assure Mm that he 111 1 good of their Hollywood a,partment. be- ads. as avant. Beirut. Damascus. NEWYORK (UPI) Anairica's The one dark spot' in the eco-
. ,' tmax. mph) 111W-18 NE.13 cause the landlord complained Baghdad and the ruins of ancient resurgent economy climbed to nomic picture was unemployment,
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' 1 l',ATIR TEMP: no matter 'what he -thinks," said Bitterness also was reported These -; are ancient, b a ttl e- ter ,of 1959 and the outlook is for high level of 6 'per cent of. the ,,,,
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si 20-year-old Lindsay, the youngest when Bing married 23-year-old ac- grounds, both for real estate and even greater growth in,theateet, totallaborh,force,compared with, amasaaasaa,a,... .. 1 s, ,. ',a . .:,,i,
c4 the four sons. a ..-- tress Kathy, Grant in 1357- Their foacentrol of men's lairds, Tech- three months. a...a. .': 4, per centbefore the recession, ':',". ,"'''' SHOWS:: 3:00' i 4:32 ,- itilla ,',:t:3,4 g:05r:zAt ? ,. ',r
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verge of teen! Tuesday when first svife, Dixie Lee, died in 1952. objectives. nomie health, as industrial produca pames to' produce,' more with- few- 1 GIGANTielliTERNATIONALIOCK4' ESSIONI:. ,'''
. ,.! flatin Laits 83.74 hearing that his 55-year-old fa- "Pop's done a wonderful job, In Berlin, the Brandenburg tion, gross national Product, con- er -men; has been blamed for the '. .,,,,,,a.:,,,,,...afraaaaa.,,a,,1,3,,,,,,. ...a.,a.:57ira.a:,,,,..a., , ,,,.., ,. a., ,-,
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the habit of communicating. April Fool s Day between Damascus and' Baghdad. steel, construction, autos,' alum a a ..
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NIGH You've got to get kitis started ea a. orker m c redict that ' : ,.1...'Z'sla ilia 5 :' .,:?9,. 1 .'' L.,.
Here, in thh vast desert,. civilize- num, copper, and appliantes eit ar s of A m a p ed ,, I, la 1 ,, , 1: la aelalSta 4.0.
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at it. . never return to the mills.,. '..
when Tamerlane destroyed' the a year. ago, with the, first 4wo stt ,aottioasaa ai'
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us like adults. We're more hke bison was marching ou Warsaw
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tries ientries were to be allowed to lick 'TOMORROW vcs tere:orPr i:Pni.de'st 03'
. Bing said he was disappointed event of strilces later this year
' ice cream eones on duty.
inn. ,.thne Fte.el hyluswtr.y..exiiiree at 1 tt, ) 14er. ',,, -' , -'
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, col, 1 gm 2 ats, 4:05, 0:50, 9:05 lun. pointed out that we should have
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lege," said Dennis. "He merely cold milk throughout the summer. ,,., i
sufficient schooling to get along in
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hedge buying will be a ,' ...I.. it, "I.. ,
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said this t, strike- , '' ''''-'- ''' ,..,, 4""'"'"'''''''''''
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suffident schooling to get along in
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hedge buying will be a ,major ,
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Both Dennis and Philip married vides artificial insemination, for ,)
, A Las Vegas showgirls. dairy cows, said today that one push. : t ,i, , ,,.
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Practice Firing Shiawana Mutual Paul 5th, is in ,,,t f 11,,,,. saiei, of furniture e lia -,
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