The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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GETTYSBURG, April 4 (Uk)::PreSident EiS0114
114id,:t0d ay: 81; Course, of.'appeaethent ;,
crisis Avould be not'. only411:shonorable'but?the' most. ciao.
gerout epeWe bould pursue!',,,'0"- '-
He alia asier;ted that the United' States and- its friends
;.,want to,.settle interStional'dispUtes at the Ortference table :7:
and nt, on. the battlefieldi:.;,(Al'.,: r';,.''73':., ''
Eise"nhoWii.1 irCepeech- at 'thii2sPring .ibnvcition
Gettysbu-rg College, desorAted the,CornirkMisi threat to ,Eler;.,,
-0qt:of i Continuint:effort-to. Win ;world dorninationa';
':,7;:,1.1The'Me4:':handing eve-r",;of'
,P.!coula 'nt.POssibly satisfy the, Comrnunisis; even though
they- WoUld :partiularly, like to eliminate:What has been
, the tee world's show case' behinct; the Ircn CUr.::.
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even Wit 'should
23. acquiesce :1 rirk, they- unthinkible
,,' sacrifice Of two million, tree
Clermarts,',,,such ktonfession of
Weakness TA-would,' dismay , our
friends and embolden, the Cora Coraronnists',"
ronnists'," Coraronnists'," to step up- itheir!; com7,
paign 'of ,domiztation,t,"2
:'"The; course Of aPlietisement'
,: "..- Is not only' dishonorable,.,it is
- the most ,darigerous -,-' one ,,we
,could pursue...111e world paid a
price for the lesson', Of
' tilunich r-;but 'learned A
, well?, r.,
, Fisenhower denied 4114'114
, mearis "mere
?,,atrogant.' stubborness.."2, 'and
1, said Ithe freele potions- 4o; Aot
want wan,-
,' ieek' '', ; aubstitute-;, the
rule Of law tor the rule of force,
' the cnnference table for., the
battlefield," he !Said. -!!.
, The Fresident pointed to
Vietnam and Japan as well as
Berlin to explain and defend
'" foreign-policy-1n the peren-,
' nial battle with' Congress;
,,;; He 'cited ,th'ese.three placea,
le examples-of the -need ,for:.
, ',Firmness in the face of
Soviet thallengee ';.,
, h.-Foreign aid to 'keep the
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outposts reedom from
- erumbling. : ,
. Foreigh trade' : to save,
countries train,-

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'a, viduntary community,
4 t' leet beginning on Saturday, 'April
and ,continuing fottaix tone,
cutive week ends; Canal Zone're.
ri bitic,nts who desire tq secure, PP,-
oantanian ;citizenship' tedula will
.4; be able to-accomplish' the proces proces'
' proces' Sin"' procedve, at cither, l'graisq
,$ sant Cruz or Rainbow City.--
a. convenlemce to rectdents
in the yarious' treat,..representa-
tives of the Electoral Tribunal
, be present on an ,!re.m. to 7 p.m
low schedule to assist in filling Out ap.,
plications for cedillas and to phe,
tograph and fingerprint those 'who
,,,'- already have completed their' al)"
t,' plications. ;The tedulas theniselves
', will be issued at a later,'date from
1 the Civil Re,gistry on,Peru Avenue
or on Ilth Street in Colon. :
Arrangements have., been in'ade,,
tor the Electoral Board's cameras
en( other equipment' and meter-
lalcto be set up first at the Pend(
so school gymnasium 'on Saturday
Nbei and Sunday,,,April .11 and 12, .sind
- on April 18 end 19, Then will fol-
low Santa Cruz, at the school gym
sasiuto there, on. April'25 and 26
and May 2 and 2; and laterltaine
bow City, elso at the school gym gym,
, gym, nasium In that ", community, on
9 and IO-and May.16 and 17;
The Electoral, ,Board will; be
' prepared to process some 800 per persons
sons persons each day. ,,, J

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: been closed to vehicular traffic
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week',or r10,days',beginning
-terday It ha's been' announced by
"the Engineering and. Construction
Bureau. 4 :vt
is necessary to close the TOO
for. thtit period in order toperr
' contracting forces to ,complett the
paving of the detour section of
.Thatcherjlighway which riins
Found the Balboa brid,ge construe-
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7,,,, Eisenhotver said the costs', of
' defending freedom must be paid
1;1 raany ways -11. many places.
4',,t'littit wherever they, occur and
. in whatever' form -they appear,"
he -midi Niey are' first and last
a proper bilarga,to the national
security:- of the United ',,States.
MUtual security and' Atnerican
security are ty0onSTMOus.",:-,:. 4,
p. The', President' said 'the' weak weak'
' weak' est, and Fmost eaposed-areas are
most yulneribla, to communist
eortquist -.,1,4,,,--th.,11',T, .4, -9,,,,,. -tf,s, ft,,,
. Ma'. tit,4 'thirtiitaititili trogv.
nam,' 'exactly?, halfway around
the globe-, froth Gettysburg,' .,'' i
- He Attieltietnant rout& main mainI
I mainI tan). its' freedom only lf it can
' develop'ltr reourceawith eap eapital
ital eapital '' from foreign : iniestors or
from friendly governments of-.
tering loans,. or grants '4 ..-, ,::','
t ...tess- of.Vietriain to Commit,-
nismo :,. he. continued-, woUld
- mean sthe, Immediate toss of
'12 million people and 'Abe ex4,
'pasure ,of ,f.150 million,others
: 41, il ;flanking movemertt and
- Isewthreati. -( ' .. ,y.
- In' 414' 'heAald, a tilted of
, the Iworid's populationt laces
Isimilatr..challenges:, in ',South
' Asia. land...Africa. Y" "-
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,'., Eisenhower said ',Japan'iraised
a different', probleth, because it
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was: altitat free World co' nter nterWeight
Weight nterWeight to -Commimisth In Asia.
Ha,saitir Japan needs mor free
world markets and a frek and
develoning Southeast Asi4 offers-the,
best 'outlet. ' r
r, The,' President-- said '' higher
tariffs! would'not 'solve VS trade
problems and- the United States
,must buy if- it is -to, sell. He
said' 4apari rardts seeon 4 OnlY
tO Canada, as t,he United ates'
beat customer,- -., :.
,: !"A' 'free America can. eidst
- only ,.its part, of free Worldo
stud ; a '-'free,yrterld :'ean ',con.'
, tinge to' exist only aa it meats
: the rightful demands of peoi,
,,.. PIO foritecurity,,progrescand'
- ..opPortunity,0,be... said.t ,f., i'.
''' -,-.'"Tlits'' le -whY the devehipinent
oi -Squthv Yietrtam 'and South-'
east ,itala:;, it important,. ',1.why
JaPariese 'exportt tradC is im importarit$4,04:
portarit$4,04: importarit$4,04: fitirless -at Ber Berlin
lin Berlin 'it Important.' f, -' .,:,

'as,:it:Ivital, ee world co nter. Atlantic ,siders 'who' have , n, , Intim joint announcement of the ment is effective as expeeted,
tight, to- Communisth In Asia. plaguee continually by the" 'Vic- two governMent ,agencies, it was there will be an appreciable re ree
e ree saidtJapan needs mor tree fous 4:biting, ,culicoldes. i ure.1,4 made,tleee Abet,- the thisecticide duction of sandflies in the areas
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rorld markets and a frl and 1,-..rk zot: lel ,,,:.,,,r knowii ,, -ati treatment planned will have, no treated within about 30 days.
eveloping Southeast Asi of- sandfliec, probaably.nave sense sew 'effect on the existing. Adult sandal
ere the best 'outlet. ', r bet in alga., ., ..-, .1.. ,- ,. ,. , ),,: populationvIL the lervatidal treat- The 'annoimeement also contain contain:The
:The contain:The -. President said '' higher The' first large : Kaki-, Planned . ,' , ,- ed a warning on the poisonous ef efariffiwould'not
ariffiwould'not efariffiwould'not 'solve DS trade and controlled attadc on dna- nest ' '' -',. '''' '-'-'14,-,-',-.',' .-'' ''. f, feet of the insecticide on small
rohlerns and thellnited Stptes in its, breedior greeedi IS leflea- Dulli'lleporfl I' fish, crabs, and other marine life.
lust buy .. if- it is to, sell. He Wed to begin tomorrow lroviding ee w 1 I While fishing it nt general in the
aid -Japan ranks secon4enly wind and weather ,conditiont ere .',..','1, 7 's '4: I ';;'' OWOMPS tO be ,treated. residents
Canada es t,he United ates' favorable.. The,' attack. will -,ber ils In-Gol Splillt- :, vi
.,,t, have be,en warned not ot eat see seelast,
last, seelast, customer,- -- , the form of serial, applications. ef a V '. : ., food Which' appears affected. The
e' ,,' ,., .1, '''' t an insecticide over the.mangrove. ,,,,'",' 4:1,,'",,,),-, .,..,,,,,,t :','I'',.. '' poisonous"- effect on fish is only
' "A 'free America -can, Oast SwamPS near, Atlantic ',Ode-Mont 4031313! I- SOUND,' -Ir
:,',Aptif 4 temporm' and lasts about one
- , ,,
only Ass part, of is free World, munities., ',,, ',- -,- ''' ''1',:, N131)-...i COnValeNting, Ohn roger ditYf ,- ',..
acid ; a ''' free ',world ':can -eon. This- major enslaught" against Duller was reported ik good leer.
tine to' exist only ea it meats
the rightful demands of .peoi, through itie'e
sanutees is being ..rea,cie 'pobssole lte, et Ins vacation reteeat, today, The fellewing general' Interim'.
tion about sandthee and the con conration'
ration' conration' of several cheered 'Mt it telegrant-,,,frem' the
Atlantic Council., i Ministers
Pie for security;,progresir and D.& Army end canal tone coy., 'North trol program being ,planned was
contained in the -joint announce.
opportunIty,'-,he Nelda': ,,,- '- orement agencies;',9Operatiest -and,,a telephone ?talk ?LiRh-pi-eel- ment by, the ',Army and Health
,- r''''', ,, :.t,-,',' ''e n''.. -''' s m ems, pow g f dent', Eisenhower, ... I
andlly repres a, n 0 , ,, ,, ', w -, Bureau:I"' -
write is -why. the developrn
., ent, equipment, talent, and inaterial ,by !' '' '' it ii- i "The -,, tulicoldes, ,or tancillita,
'NATO secretary ge sral 1 ail ..
t 'Eloutiv Ifietrtam 'and South- the Medical ind Engineer. Corps,' oeveloo principally in the saturat saturatHenri
Henri saturatHenri ,Spaale wired, Donee yester,
ast Asia is important; Lwhy the Air Sectimi of the First-tattle: ed muck, of tidal mangrove
apttnese export,',. trade', is Im- Grow 20th Infalitrpof the-Army, 'dar 'thatee council :WON ee
"din P.' swamps.' Until reeently, infortnaortant,-;nt,Artrless
-at,,,Xler- and Division el Sanitation;ef ,,the IY;' nitwe by' 4 lettee -,thet a ng 1
th ''l tion as to the 'extent of breeding
In IS PII.Peltant' f'',--'' ''..,' Canal Zone Health &wean .6 A secretary of state- sent o
e areas Was' fragmentary, While
- ', .., , t i , , ,ri 1 'i ,t. group earlier...The letter was read
- i a le lerge-eea e ,onerat on o b, ,,1, ea, Iv INe s t a t e there is much still to, be karned
71'lle,'; President titled', h i
'-- I 'entre' or minimiza-Ahr, sandfly '' "'"- -'" '' -- ,-Mlit the local breeding end flight
peech '''The Importence of Un- e ,ne co, ,i, lit al., eziensive Christian- A, Herter ;before e
111 habits, and the cyclic Variations
terstandinr,' and mild he ,was a-,,,,I, b,,,,,le,.klferri- lif. ssednt, eolinCil'il'AVeninit session 'Pt
, ureic. tois insect, it is believed that
Biking 'of "the need for great-. breeding grounds' witietinseetitide da"f '''''' "':', lr ' '''' '' 2 I. '' --ffHent, (late 'ewe been oitain oitainr
r oitainr individual and 'collective un-,
pellets tried out in reeent mnths Spask,''said the- Westeln Foreign -ed in recent stadies and exper experlerseanding
lerseanding experlerseanding of the intereatfon-. on en experimentat -basis in, cert.. Ministers ,esked, him to fen veil tence to juktity, the major coetrol
1' facts of- today's lifea"',-, ,' ,,I,', ain 'areas. on the reedit-side:The how very' greotle, we '.etgret your! program beinsrplanned, .,
' lie said the people mill IT rewults of the experiments indicate sbsence,from .,. among its May Iv "'14,. menwriel !rine tiger! is Pel Pelort
ort Pelort policies under :' which It e thatan answer to the ,sandfle pro-, Gathered' as -we' are hieWashmg iletized dieldrie mixed with tette
iation will proper ,- if theY blem,,. marileVe been' found for ton in our'common task; our heart--1 ea Pellets,- rather than liquid
Siveldp nriderstanding er hoot 1
'--",----e em Mal twemPareas'which' are felt thoughts go out to :yciu anti we' spray is used so that the material
;sues) and. distingliish between impracticable 'to drain or 't tier- send you our sincerest good -wish- will pass through ,the,dense foil.
the common, I long-terni igood wise control breeding ee the pests. 0,., 0, ,1,,,, y..0,,...,:y ,,e-,1.-1 0.er-eee age and reach the muck where it
f all" and p "cenvenient nut Similar experimetts ,, in--Florida and for, in, tidy and full rectoVi- will act as a toil poison and kill
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hort-sighted expediencY.,,, have been reported. successful,' .',' ry- to, your good heallit ' the larval form of the sandfly".
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speech The Importance of, Un Understandinr,'
derstandinr,' Understandinr,' and said he ,was
'talking ,of "the need for great greater
er greater individual and collective, un un',dersanding
',dersanding un',dersanding of the internation
91' feats of today's life,"'
, He said the people mill Sup Support
port Support ''policies under which the
nation will ProSper if ,,, they
develep alnderstanding bake
issues) and distinguish between
',the common, I long-tern:I ,igood
of i and p "convenient but
short-sighted expediencY."1; ,
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t By 'FRANK ELIAZER'
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ATAMINGToN (UPI).',.."Don4t
this one-horse ,town; We
have eet 'least of them,. and
they had downtown traffic roped
and' tied for almost. en hour as
Montanans paid hilarious tribute
to a painter who 'wore COVibo)
boots with his palette. 't
Banners proclaimed this 4"Char.
Ile's last ride,1 and it was'organ
ized for the avowed purpose, of
haulinirt a 600-pound bronze statue
of Charles Marion,Jtussell krom
the Smithsonian Institution, where
it has buen on display, to the Cap Capitkl,,yhere
itkl,,yhere Capitkl,,yhere it will take its place

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i sy 'FRANK ELIAZER Actually, lt turned nut to-be it
1 ', 1 ', ., A , , I ,, happy excuse, tti get out of the'
', WASIIING'rON (tIFIl...m."Don't swivel chair ,and tote It' Western
tall thi it one-horse ,. town, ; We stock saddle.' ,' ,-;:l.' ,,-1,,)'' ;,, ,,;
have etit least 2I, of them,. and English, saddles ;and : dude' out:
they bed downtown traffic roped fits were barred,, and the riders
and' tied for almost' en hour as kept trying to 'duck, their tailor tailorMontanans
Montanans tailorMontanans paid hilarioua tribute made smuket whenever 't photo,
to a painter who 'wore cowbo) was shot. 1 !'"' ,,,,,, .' f,-', ,-,
boots with his palette. -f ', -, .1 Bap. ,- Let t- 11.1 Anderson (D.
Banners proclaimed this ,t,,Char,, 'Mont.), in, standard cewboy ), at-',
lie's last ride,1 and it was'organ. tire, rode the lead horse, hard, be-
ized for the avowed 0 purpose, of hind three Distrkt s of Columbia
haulingl a 600-pound bronze statue polies on three-wheeled rootorty rootortyof
of rootortyof Charles Marion.; Russell krom cies. Sen., Francis Case- (11,-S.D.),
the Smithsonian Institution, where another. old : cowhand ',who 'gyms
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it has been on dls lay, to the Cap- pressed into service after others
ital,,yhere it wil take its place et the Montana 'delegation -for,one
todar, it 'Doug t e other histotrreason or another couldn't 'make
lc 9gurtif in statuary hall. -. , lit, followed 'the color guar& A,,- ',

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, 'meeting ,ot .,theNATOVouriellAn,Washington;; Ppettlent.Eisen-,::.
, howep ghtes' An,,iliu4tration;0,,,tha,?!'strength that;tomectront.':
unity14,among NATO, nationvliedding;up: live 'tingerr: (top) he
, says,-,niook at lthehandEactii tingerLts hot.- of Aseit-;
, good instrainent tWdetense-oroftenst.-13ut ,eloiarit in &list
(baton) betomea,,a' very:. formidableweipbri;,' et' iletensao4

-P6Ilef' R:6 I'd,
Aijantie :alders 'who' have ',
plaguev'. enntinually by thir
tous 4,biting' ,Culicoldes yes as,',
zut: known aS
sandfliec, probaably,have some
het in, alga.,
The' first large : Plan.001,
and tontrolled attack on thiopeet
in its. breeding grounds, is 'ached-,
uled to begin tomorrow 'providing
wind and weather ,conditionio are
favorable. The': attack wilt -,bothe
form of serial, applications. of
an insecticide over the, mangrove,
swamps near, Atlantic
munities, .:.
This. major enslaught.' against
sanotLes- is being. Made 'pobstole
through the cooperation of several
U.SArity, and Canal, Zone
ornment agencies:,','.4'Opiratien
Sandlly" represents' S. pooling of
equipment, talent, and Material b)
the Medical ind Engineer' Corps,
the Air Section of the Firsflitattic
Group 20th infatitryof thi- Army,
and Division el Sanitstion'Iof ,,the
Canal' Zone Health Olureati..; A
, 'rho jorge-eealp oneraion' ''to
eontrol or minimize.-Ahor, sandfly
n le co 'ne- ettensive
twri..itenorir tif sandfl
breeding grounds' with't'Inseetitide
pellets tried out in recent mnths
on an experimental ,basis in' cert,
ain rent On the racifio side:The
remits of tile experiments indicate
that,an answer to the sandfly pro-,
blem may-have been' found for
low tidal twamPareas'which',are
impracticable 'to drain or other otherwise
wise otherwise control breeding of the pesta.
Similar expetiments rlorida
have been reported. IneetaSinie
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' The t unmounted t 454th '', Army Weir, Chir lie 'was a guy whe
Band ',from ,0 Ft.' "' BelVoir, Vs painted things like they look,
&Yet! tunes like. "Home On, The which 'narrows the 'field consider.
Bange.!'', Pretty. girls Wearing ably. Ile did cowboys, Indians,
hoopskirts and: sunbonnets waved brandings, I Cister's ,, last stand,
modestly 'from, atop It itwo-ImV se stage coach holdup' and the, like,
stagecoach,' on 'the back of which in various media., I I ip' 1
woo a sign' purporting Jo identify One of his best"''shows a' lode.
it as a 1 unit of tho Ht. transit some, stowing steer, alone on the
system.,This of course is pOsSible range waiting for the spring thaw
Charlie Russell,,, a, cowboy and and some trio& It -was Charlie's
self-taught 'artist who died in 1926, reply to an inquiry from town on
rode' standing up, His statue wso how the herd of 8,000 had come
mounted for all to sew- on, a flat. through an unusually hard 'winter.
bed trlick A small Patty of In, "Charlie has been ,hung in all
dians kept' Russell company dui-. the best galleries," said Rep. Lee
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ing the trip, b t weren't Much Metcalf (D-Mont.),' who Ives sup.
hPlo IA' snsw ng The o'who's poied to pilot the,' stagecoach out
Chatlis?'' toga les 'that cropped gotitiled off the bench by an' in.
up, along the, parade- route.' ,, Butane company standing good

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to discuss WU
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The fair
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pril 4 (4.31)---The International ,Transpert Work.'
(IMF). has called a conference here next week
r 'talon against ships flying lags of convenience
cipally the flags of Panami, Honduras and Liberia.
tactics committee of the ITWF will draw up a
ips flying 'convenience" flags and discuss a boy boyal
al boyal vessels and shipping lines whose pay and work workdo
do workdo not measure up to federation standards.'

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The MT,' 1 hwifh orgyacnoizted oa
f.orur-day wor de bo t f
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ilags of eonve enc. ships last De December,
cember, December, claim that many owners
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use convenien flags' to by-pass
uniow agreeme ts as well as to a avoid
void avoid high lake "on- in! theit own
Countries.. .,,',
Omer B cu, eigien secretary of
the federation said last night of
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negt .weekos' onference ,,"Each
delegate Will bring clist of bis na nation's
tion's nation's shitiownitrs and Abe 'vessels
they rtm uudet'convenience' flags,
"The blr6ck Bst will let us know
exectlY Oil ;via oerner of a' ship
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'Bartender -,Itudy Deacon Bryan
of the'. No 140 Digo' toctail.lOnnge
was selectest as the ,;,,"best -tartendir
of 1950" hot night at the
end of the onnuaEcontest sponsor.
ed by Nationa Distillers, 1
:4,ntonfo; de''')Len of the (NSW,.
my Heights Offieer'sClub Ives,
tmilowed:-bzAlhrrt,VPX0i,
Tivoli Guest ,-Honkll GeOrgeleop?
pim, Anton, Grill,. '0 find -Vernal
Blackshaw, :Fort 1' Oulick NCO
Club.,
,':Soine 00 guests attended the
party hosted, by retired Col.
Charles Dee)rwester, general
minager of National Distillers.
All five 'bartenders r'eeeive4
trophiet end' cash awards, with
the bluest prize- going to DrYan.
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which does hot operate under trade
union agreetnents or pay taxes to
its owner's government.
"Individual boycotts will apply
in the worst cases', A captain will
sill into porrtand suddenly find
his ship hold up indefinitely."
Ship's creWs and dock Workers
both are included in the ITWE,
Becu said p,the conference also
will discuss the forthcoming June
6 conference.. in Washington. at
which the US and European, mari maritime
time maritime governments will discuss the
situation caused by shipowner's
registering their vessels in coun countries
tries countries which impose little or no tax
on shipping.
, The IMF found an ally last
-night in the person of Sir Nicholas
Cayzer president of the United
Eingdom Bureau of shipping,' who
called on the British government,
to ease taxes on shipping, tO, allow
home-registered vessels to com compete
pete compete on a more equal footing with
those flying flags of convenience.
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Ifoir ArtZ
edlorful collection', of ;local
butterflies and moths made by W.
DOnald Thomis.of Panama is now
on display at the Canal Zone Lib LibraryAluseum.
raryAluseum. LibraryAluseum.
wr Thomas took only a year to
make, this collection, but it is still
representative of the LepidopLers
of Panama, on which.there is lit:

s'it3"1:t ;If 1,1 R ev. .11' He nrx Bonney,
portant to naturalists and' of in-,who is on the Isthmus Organizing
terest to most residents of the chapters of a masonic 'fraternal
Isthmus. 'order today mildly, protested as as1
1 as1
persions regiading his activities
During his travels all over the,on the Isthmus in a news story
world as a merchant marine of-'carried In the tirrent issue of the
ficer, Thomas has collected birdsiPanama Tribune.
and animals for institutions and The story reported the issuing
concerns in the 'United States and of a stern warning by the Pans.
butterflies and land shells in A:, ma Grand 1.,odge,'of, Masons to
fries, South America and Asia its members "not to engage in
for various museums. fraternal relations of any kind"
with members of the J. Henry
A butterfly collection he math' Bonney Lodges recently formed
20 years ago in Chiriqui Province in Paraiso.
of Panama is now in the Junior The warning described the par parMuseum
Museum parMuseum in Miami. ent body to which the Paraiso
lodges are affiliated as "spurt "spurtThe
The "spurtThe butterfly and moth collec- ous and clandestine."
tion at the library:museum is,lo- In a statement issued today,
cated in the lobby of the Civil Af- the Rev. Bonney said the Na Nafairs
fairs Nafairs Building and will' remain'on tional Supreme Countil of An Anditplay
ditplay Anditplay until the first week in cient and Accepted Scottish Rites,
June. to which the paraiso lodges are

US Court Denies Appeal Of Poison,
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Held At Gamboa Pn For Burglary
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A Gamboa Penitenfiary convict Oniony was known to be such by
who appealed his conviction in U.S. anyone in the case acting upon be beDistrict
District beDistrict Court on two eoufits of half of the Government of the Ca Caburglary
burglary Caburglary learned yesterday that nal Zone, the contention. tannot
his appeal has been denied at the prevail.. .The judgment is at atU.S.
U.S. atU.S. Court of Appeals,' New Or, firmed!'
leans. Poison, a 42 year old Panaman PanamanAnd
And PanamanAnd thus enited George A. Pol- Ian, is serving an eight year pris prisson's
son's prisson's long, painstaking battle to .,,on sentence on two counts of bur.
free himself from imprisonment. glary. A first sentence for three
The brief appelate court ruling, years was imposed. on Aug. 19,
of which a copy reached District 1957. Ha was tried again three
Court here yeaterday, saki: months later and on Dec. 14, 1957
44Cireorge A. Poison, appellant, vs. Was sentenced to serve an addition additionthe
the additionthe Government of the Canal Zone, al five years for the second bur burappellee.
appellee. burappellee. The apellant was convict- glary.
ed of burglaiy and .appealed.., The
His long, drawn-out appeal began
when be filed his-intention with the'
only contention ,deserving 'our con concourt
court concourt six days after his pecond
sideration is that be Vas convicted
on perjured testimony.' Since he
conviction. ..
has not charged that any false tes- s

aru Mos Senate
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forl the vehicle.' "I said hungnot
hanged."
Police saw to it that the mime.
ographed "line 'of march" was
'followed meticulously. And after
the,,procession had clopped up to
tha, steps of the r Senate ',Office
Building, ,one of the lawMen ap
prOached 'Rep. Anderson; who is
white haired,- tall, Jo the saddle,
and looks ?like" the kind ,,of
riinge-rider ;to take charts, a
crisis.1 ,
Pit says here that after wo get
t this point the riders will turn
and gallop off into the sunset,"
the cop said, consulting his
watch. qt's now 10:30 cm.
we gong,' inane it?"
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' National-Guardsmen this afternoon are combing thi".'
cordillera behind Sari:Francisco, in the praiince ,of Vera,-
guas, for a band of 'about 15 armed men;-:'...i-.,': 7'-:.-, .,,.,v:
:: Last night .the 'icing raided Saturnino Airocha'Cstori "-,
In 5an .yrancisco, 9 small communityWay: back; into"the 1
hills ,liain'.;SantOggi They seiied arms and-,:ammunition-1-..
and tbak offifor the Mountainsr, ', '-,.:::'-;i?..,..: ''''';,:,.-,!-'-',-,:.
': 'Sneculation was rife throughout tlit country this'af;:.2.
I
ternowas 9 the possible nalitical implecations behind ,:',
the raiod.',, ,, : ',2: ', -; :'',''' ': f-' 41 :'-',; : .'",',-:
' 'Natian 1 Gaard' commander"Col; Bolivar lotallarina,'-:,,,.
Minister' ofiGavainnient 'and lut,ice Mli; ,Ileartematte, ,..-;
SeCret Polite chief 1-16ctor Valds, and Natioal Guar oft -:
ficers, ,Mait Aristides 'Hassan and Capt. Prodr: Torrijc,is ,'
huddieeoier,, Maps.' in ',National Guard headqUarters in -., .,
Panama Cily todop-olonning.toctics to loaf oht th0:aidg ,-
eiSfrani:th'i.,,Mointaiii fastnesses 'where' they gave 14inisht:';':
ed. '1(',,- ' ,, ', 4 -. '- -1,- ,, .. ,,..
: Governinint:.afficials armed with Maillineguns -were ',,
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flown,tnlailtiaga frorn Pa.namkCity's tottilla airport this -:
'morning "to- l'oin' the hiint-:,, ', --H-ii .-,-ci-i.". 7.-.,i,,',):11'):,' ,-. .4: i:'; .- .,..
.:7,74,,ifAiroattaltaitt:belngfMiiIntiiinid -.0W1-.1hi,...:Athin ti'--;
iiii 6fihi-iirdilliiiii in ;c1-si 'the' folders. move 'down lo'-,',.
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Iiititt-hol Group Organiii,
,ays-Or. der Is Not 'Spurioti
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His long, drawn-out appeal began
when he filed his-intention with the
court six days after his "lecond
conviction.
Appeal of the first conviction was
automatically denied Poison since
notice of appeal roust be filed
within 10 days of the time the con conviction
viction conviction becomes cotirt 'record.
In appealing the,second convic conviction
tion conviction Poison was also hampered be because
cause because he is not a U.S. citizen. On Only
ly Only such citizens may ,be exempted
from payment of apheal costs on
the grounds of poverty.,
But fellow convicts clime to Pot Potson's
son's Potson's aid, collecting Voluntary con contributions
tributions contributions and also loaning him
sum of money from the prison ath- I
letic fund., Altogether more than
S100 was 'made aVailable to him
for defraying appeal costs,.
The higher 4' court granted two
time extensions to ensure Poison's
opportunity to file the appeal, 'rho
completed documents, plus a tran transcript
script transcript of the trial r proceedings,
were forwarde'd New Orleau
last December.

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affiliated, "was organized by, Bi Biron
ron Biron Auguste Hugo de. Bu low .n111'
November, 1864 ,in the city 'of
New York," and has been in: to
peration ever since.
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" He stated that "the'"' gOverii- ,
ment of the United States recog4
nizes thia fraternal institution al
bona fide" and that the policy of t
the, council "is to determine m$0. .;
sonic worth and value& by
5011C practices rather than). pt
masonic pedigree."
"Hence, never to brand or I.,'
ludo, other masonry as spuri-:?
ous or ciandostino as long as'.
it observes the moral princi-
pits and Blip fundamental tom;
ots and practices of maienrr
and is free from obvious and ;,
brazen fraud," he addd. :7 :
The Grand Lodge warning, con contallied
tallied contallied in a circular signed by ..
grand master Buenaventura PAO -,,
11110 and grand secretary Nathan'
R., Reid, declared the existence
of the Bonney lodges was "in Vie.
lation of all masonic precept8'
and constituted an invasion !and
illegal occupation of its mailonie
territory."
In his statement today;
Rev. Bonney declared that 'The ",.
group which he represents,'"has
00 affiliation with Prince Hall
masons nor the Massachusetts ,',,?:
Grand Lodge," to With the .pro.:
testing Panama Grand Lodge le : 4,
affiliated.
Bonney said his group Is in incorporated
corporated incorporated in. Washington, D.C., ; q
under "instrument No. 32049. and
,retorded in Volume 69, folle389,
of the hi:corporation records -of
the District of Columbia.",
He added that "the National :
Supreme Council is government :
by a constitution which was a adopted
dopted adopted in the year 1898 and re revisPd
visPd revisPd jn April 1954. ,
The grand lodge circular : had
charged that Dr. W11111111 14
Fitzpatrick, the council's 'over..
eign gratin commander, "Itatt ;-
been expelled from & colored
lodge in Alabama and later
gan selling ''Fitzgerald masonry..? ."';
to people who fell in to his :-,,
crative nets." ,,, 4

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Rood For Victim
Acciderit
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Another victini of last Ireb. t
jeep accident at. Rio Hato': is in
rinsed of tslood ko that she can.be
submitted to plastic surgery at
the Santo Tomas Hospital. :
, She is Malvin Solis,,who le sof-
fering from severe burns on her I
neck snd chest as a result 'of the ,
accident. ,
Doctors say at least two pints of
blood is needed for s transfusion
before she tan. btp subtnittel '44s
surgery. ,

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1 Sti.1,We Aniericans who live m' Panama, aad lave lived there for
Iyears, cannot understand the current Mail i Boo.idIScussion of the
I equat-payfor-equal-work provisions of the 1955 Ireatf;
1, We do not understand the complaints of the government. offi offi44seglabe
44seglabe offi44seglabe and private individuals of Panama for the following-reasona:,
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eeeeessel. Our Panamanian servants respect OUT PIIMIMAllialatiellda
at least twice as much as tiny do us--in spite of the fact that we pay
them at least.$10 more a month than do their own countrymen. Our
servants woult rs orl- -1-- qn"usl thee fo ,- Whv? We
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their loved ones when necessary give them more time off a week, and
. IT it Pui AiliiiL .... .4 .., ... ,.. deo', toe .,Allite ;)eliclitS"
I Vhileh ate ait important part ot every executive job in the US today'.
What cl,se are housekeepers if not executives?
' I,,,,f,We are thectirst to admit that we also ba,ve mime "ugly ,Ameri ,Americaps"
caps" ,Americaps" residing in Panuama... We have friends who proudly get their
! liqboe from the 'Canal Zone and don't niind the labels being seen iti
l',. tilde-bar. We have other friends who use Canal Zone post office
! boxes to receive their every US purchase. We have friends who gdt
whatever they can through other friends with Commissary privileges.
,
1 Yes, we do. and they are Americans.
i But we have even more friends who are Tanantainians. two of
I them diputados, who do the same things. And these Aiputados talk
ilouder and longer than any other diputados about how badlv the US
Mk down en its obligations towards its South of the Border neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. Why? Can anyone tell me anything exeept that two wmngs do
1 nnt make a right and therefore the Americans are wrong, QED?
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: L. Panama, at great cost, sent treaty makers to Washington,.
I Their purpose was to see that the Panamanian people received a tali
: deal, Did they fulfill their obligations to Panama? We Americans
! don't think so. If they did, we're wrong. but it strikes us as mighty
pecoliar that the tax for liquor in the Canal Zone vas alloWed to be
rataJonger collected. This, tax brought Panama $500,000 per year, we
, have been told. Why did the Panamanians permit it? Are they that
, rieh? Is their country that rich; so that it could forego a liquor tat
1 that is considered just and equitable in :every,eotintry 'in the world.
i Yvasn't this a serious mistake,'one of many? -,, '':
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: .I!. Wasn't a serious mistake made when the eminent lawyers
Iwho went to Washington to work for the Panamanian working man
Wed to be. inserted in the treaty a olause which to the teeth
I mit Of it? 1 r'efer to the part of the treat'which deal 'the purl purl1,
1, purl1, chase of foodstuffs by the United States for local continnon. In
s other words, and to paraphrase, the US, should only'buY,from Panl
; ama or-the US '"when feasible." ,.. .,
. Therefore, Governor Potter was able to say at a' Chamber of
; Commerce meeting words to this effect: We buy rickirom,Ecuador
: because it is cleaner and cheaper than Panamanijuttlee, which
; makes our purchase "feasible." e"0,1,11;(;:
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; 1 beliave Panama to be 100 percent right on Oa. 4 Potter
I should admit this, and do something about it. .,-,-,,,:
i tlo you lmow what our grocer told my husband? (Chir lgrocer is
. a Panamanian born and bred), He bald, ..,
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f "The U.S. allOWS 10 percent scrapin its rice-,thit'is, unclean
i material such as little stones and bad rice. In Panama, we are
forced to Accept 25. scrap." ',,,,,,,, A. ilt I
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t Our Panamanian maids. allPanaritaniab and aft,ltelotthree ot
, a I
tnem, sar Lan t You get a friend in the Canal Zonekt rour ric
in the commissary?" Oh yes, they are aware of the situation, be be.
. be. cause they have worked for American government employes with
' Zone privileges. ; ,,,
Panamanians should admit the ouality of some of'their'nroducts
' is not always up to standard, and do something to remedy pis state
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1 honeti arrn3 doiutspgoltenj"nitten.4bthv'fs?heqlr.dtrethspeett:;;Z;theisisfian:
. quality which is fast disappearing in almost every arivilized" nal nal.
. nal. tion? Agree,with him or disagree with him, a& you Will; --
Bui let the people of Panama realize that he has told them of
' otit mutual problems lust as he sees them. Let the people,of 'Panama
try to profit from an honest Mad's opinion to such extent, as they
,
1 fatil they cam- ..,, 4,
The Canal Zone and the Republic of Panlma JavAlln;. eing lit
ektfmen:' Ralf are headed by honest wok 'Plesiennt de la ,uprdiii
Jr and Governor Potter are out-slat-Wing expmpbts of the lack of
',.,..ptiblic acclaim accorded to our honest leaders of todaY. A rabble
rouser, and an insincere one pt that can nomber many more huh
ere& amono his followers then All piths.- of thoge ITIPTI of -integrity
This tad fact la slao only tno true in the Deed States. .,.
. S. Iktow ,,back to enual-nay-for-eonal7sytrk It'a,,,the COP of the
situation lortitilto areuments between Initi emintrios ; W;114thericans
arc ell for it, but here are some stievestions to Panamanians who
steit,it
Don't ask for p An coot of Canal orolifq nnloes thev are willring-to
say "nets" profits inst, 11 ef "rtrOStr nrofitc. Who would polo polo',
', polo', t,o 1.tviess with a.. oartoor rn oov othfr, basis, DiAtrust your lead leaders
ers leaders :f they (16 not Make, this. clear to vous,,tzre,;:et,y
1 -,.
----InstilotA a mlitirotim,,Wage law irepMeint',4:10 weitkiilf have
fewer pervants and tliette we bad welditholupetiorAo those we
, have now ,,
1 ruerza v 107 woold have to redttee-itayateli so that Pantma
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; rplidpott ersild sifford tow more lAhOr-SAVlylor devinet. toph st pine.
triP digh-wlehere.,'hOt Witter heAlarg. rnAcillnq, drvorg.
and, in thit iiir.pondit;oopd barlroomarIlmse fow of lig who
arn now able to Word tbaso thinaa find'ilitit:thiali'togt. not inolvid
; int maintenance. cornea t
.o over rier montlt...1 thig reavatic
; foe ;n keonina witb the eronomy, of thp countrY,and the salary of the
averaNa nargon?
ln the-Canal ZOOe) AnP's bill Ion the. sttove labor severe obit
televigion. miamaaterc And hlwitiery ontyle tft: whonnin VS "PP
I month. Bow ahont.'n paw, mmnravl urkiirtsi!Eit2tangqihla? T,et's
maim it go arA than aria OAT l,;re Mir maidgr.foettzht boort P
tend only eitht) at sty 50 cents an bouro1-with time and a half for
overtinie.
All Americans who are worth,' of their ,stattoortg want to tee
ermAl flair fnr3001111 work enforced. Int not trigtbv renal 7.onp.
I If laads tbe wav.mmen 'gee how ouleklY fP11 intn
Tba authorott of,thig lettar loves PanaM14,141trin d by the
wr.rmth and gaiety of the, Panamanian weltrtle..wouMn't live PnV
: place est. unless forced to. nriaas her TIR pataadrt and lovas hcr
poontav too. aneaka mood Soanish. loves all children knrt Wittl;reil
Only the people she can respect, whoever an wherr'n- thou maY be.
II A mericen.

JAZZ WANTED

4,191AL VI' rill ZIP
Sir:
In reading "Music Lover's" letter "Unsound Meets" (Mail
Doe, March 29), Iwas glad to Fee someone pav tribute to radio sta-Zen
HOG. I go along with this 100 percent, but there is ono mattewi
would like to bring up and that is the musie that HOG plays. Now
1$14 not agbitiet rock ln1 roll. but it seens lust about every time I
torn the radio On that's all hear. am a lover of Jazz, yet I hear
jazz olsved only once in a blue moon.
I think HOG should give someone an hour a week (or more) to
play jazz in the evening. I for one would really apnreCiate it. I am
sure for a station as big and as popular as HOG. they could afford
to do it for there are menv jazz lovers in Panama end the Canal
Zoo( (especially servicemen). I know for a fact that there are
mon- jazz lovers on the Atlantic side and quea a few here pt Ft
Kolbe.
Jazz being oushed by manv people on both sides of Panains
at tha CIO NV in Panama for instance and over at the Club Esouire
in (Won. I hope someone at HOG reads thisletter and trY to soueeze
a little iszz on to the station indi4 Often would like to come in con contort
tort contort with somoone who is connected with 1-1(1(1 pnd Iliscuss this,point
"'ith him. Itshlb lanoild hist piseis his telenhnne number in the Mail
Anx I enuid call him, T 'am alwsvs eladtromeet- anw lover of food
jam I hone FOG enntinues to be one of the best 'English-speaking
radio stations in Panama.

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I bad the prralego of attending the Mit-he devotions at St.
1Faul's Church Good Friday. During this long service several per.
loons, both children and adults, were in 'need of the water fountain
4 and the service which have been installed for the convenience Of We
members of the congregation, with our money. But, the sexton had
' locked the door to the room. One can intagine how embarrassed
! t the old folks were,when they found they could not gain to the room.
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By VICTORAIIISEL,
ithirf labor jead jeadN
N jeadN There are
ers feuding behind the sceneSi
chargmg that some- of the toeir
national chieis have forced them
to "pussyfoot", instead. pt, parade
during what originallyA was ';to
be a "march on Washingtoli-,
'--The rueful Ones who would 'pa 'parade
rade 'parade tent- of thousands through
the capital streets on-44pril 8
are the supporters of Walter Reu Reuther.
ther. Reuther. They are the ones; hurling
the "pussyfoot" charge AV-nation(
al labor chief George Melloy.a By
the time the day of the demon demonstration
stration demonstration is over, these two men
may well be in the second rouuti
of the bout which began in Feb February
ruary February during the Puerto Rican
session of AFL-CIO's high com command.
mand. command. Eager to avoid having tens of
thousands of labor delegates romp romping
ing romping through the streets, Meany
had put a quota on the 'number
of men each union can 'dispatch
to the street, Meany had put a
quota on the number of mer
each union can dispatch lo the
5,500-seat National Cuard Armory
Then he heard tbat Reuther's fol
lowers in the former CIO unions
were asking other units if they
needed help in filling their quo quotas
tas quotas Renther, for e: ample, was an anxious
xious anxious to put 10,000 men in the
capital and 14 buildings tha t
day. But the national 0 ico,,quo ico,,quota
ta ico,,quota is One,' for every, thousand
memberswhich givea Reuther
exactly 43 in New Jersey, where
tens of thousands, within a 1,iw
hours of Washington, are unem unemployed.
ployed. unemployed. And the quota allows the
entire Auto Union, with over 300,-
000 jobless, exactly 1,000 "dele "delegates"
gates" "delegates" to the protest-tmemploy
ment meeting.
Meany quicklg dispatched word
that there was hot to be any fill filling
ing filling by one union of another out outfit's
fit's outfit's quota 41-le set up a strict
credential committee whizh would
do credit to a national polittea
nominating conventimi The Armo Armory
ry Armory that day will be carefully su supervised.
pervised. supervised. No one will get in with without
out without the card Which has been is issued
sued issued through the national labor
headquarters, via the, regiookl cen
tut labor cotincilio;
Furthermore, Meany and his
national office colleagues have li limited
mited limited the areas from which dele
gates can be sent This is rough
ly a 15-elty,northeast ebunk of
the nation retching- front vItjCb vItjCbmond,
mond, vItjCbmond, Va. up to Boston, over to
Chicago and back agaan on a
line weaving through Cincinnati.
But it would take a Perry Ma Mason
son Mason with ah assist from Scotiabd
Yard and the FBI to find any
iotention amqng of
'the old ER), uniOna lake' Utile
orders. They're preeirclitettirifodr
it on Washington The delegates
already have lined up scores of
special railroad, btis and even
.1r transport. MAC& is the I,-
000-delegate chartered train which
will MI from New York to Wash Wash.
. Wash.
There will' 13e one soiAall'hits
caravan of SOO Auto Workers in
addition to those who ran pay
rag and lane trios. Hundreds of
others are planning to make
their way from otber headquar
tors known .as "The United Auto
Workers Unemployed Workers ,In
formation and Service Centers.'
There will be special trains
from Chicago and other indus
trial centers. They're out for the
olf f.shioned demonstration,
which the CIO featured when it
hit the streets under John Lew Lewis,
is, Lewis, Phil Murray and; Sidney Hill
man in the very early days
Those who can't jam their way
into the Armory will be invited
to auxiliary meetings.
Typical of these will be a mass
demonstration and "austerity gun gunner"
ner" gunner" in a local high school. This
has been set by Jim Carey. lead leader
er leader of the International Union of
E;ectrical Workers, and an al ally
ly ally of Reuther's during the sot,
phurous civil war last February.
It was Carey's idea to run an
"austerity "nipper" costing tazh
idiner a quarter or 30 certsju4
'about what the host union be be'Heves
'Heves be'Heves an unemployed worker on
relief spends on a meal.
Obviously, after the soeaking
and parading and austerity din dining
ing dining are over, the feuding will tO
gin. It isn't, of ?..ouse, that Mea Meany
ny Meany is less concerned over the job jobless
less jobless than Reuther. It's their tac tactics
tics tactics and nersonalities who clash.
Long after the demonstratora
have rolled home in their cara caravans
vans caravans and their shouting has died
,downthe more subdued noisea
tof the clash between Meany and
Reuther will be heard through
the Ian&

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Madame Pompadour of the
court of Xing Louis XV of
France was perhaps the first
person in Europe to keep gold goldfish.
fish. goldfish. A numbor were brought
to her from China as a gift.
Because she was the leader of
fashion, other 'people began
importing them: The fed soon
spread all over Europe.
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MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Debbie Reynolds-Jack Lem
mon "romance" was. dreamed:up
by the Spanish papers. bean
Martin's son Craig is That Way
about Ruth Sheppard. Johnny
Mathis Luldn't care less about
those two coast chorines who had
a knife tight over blin. .Editors
trying to check rumors' that the
Hans Ortons (Marilyn Bufor d,
Miss U.S.A.) are having wad:
aches ."Wagon Train" star
Robert Horton has a problem.
Ellen Dorn or Nina Foch?.
Harold Lloyd's daughter FlurlAt
favors Tom Hudson,,, 1,Zon'S
vite Nancy Valentine and Meg
Myles to the same party. Both
smitten with the ?same night, club
owner. .Rose Morgan, eit-wile
of ex-champ Joe Louis, did ,the
Bon Soir, ,Nyith : Jack Tranahan,
'rich Oanat4a1. 0.1-1.4linaiWayeelis
boy, Pat, and starlet Yvonne
Craig are impatiently waiting for
Middie-Aisle day. Anne En
ter's Tokyo escort is' Col.. Wil William'
liam' William' Phelps of Calif.

"First Impressions" redheadl,A redheadl,Adrienne
drienne redheadl,Adrienne Angell atage'dootAlittlnlY
i' James 'Cttand: Owns a seat
on the Stock Exchange... ,.Ron ,.Ronnie
nie ,.Ronnie Burns and Jill Corey make
their love public at Patsy
more's Villa Capri. .Cleo Moore
and Sid Slate are Ch-huhneya.
Stan Musial's new deal with Au August
gust August Busch (following 'his retire retirement
ment retirement from baseball) will net him
100Gs yearly. Suzanne Perdu
of "La Plume" and Yale grad
Ralph Dunphy merge in June.
Latin Quarter showgel Shirley
Forrest (an ex-schoolarm in
Penn.) and Dr. Harvey Losman
of Miami are very serious.
1Thrush Roberta McDopald con confirmed
firmed confirmed wedding plans With Wash
ington stock broker M. E. Wolf
at The Little Club. .Madison,
Avenuers will rock at the -criminal
charges flung 'by certain' h
to dealers' against ad !tiency.
, Big smooaing lmene '' at the
airport ; when Tonr;Prkins 'Made
ta-ta With Kimetha Laurie betore
winging to Australia. .The mer
ger talk for Time's Emmett

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Hughes,and actress Nancy 'Olson
is premature, considering he is
still wed, though separated.- Relit
gion. .Pa la are trying to recon,
cile the C. Chaplin, Jrs. who ex expect
pect expect a baby in May. Dem lu's
"Winchell File" series is ilow
syndicated to the Hawaiian Is.
lands besides Australia and the
Philippines. ;The Honoltdu'raPpR Honoltdu'raPpRsor
sor Honoltdu'raPpRsor writes: "Audietwe reacuon
most gratifying', we art
happy' .Ex-MaYor Bill O'Dwy
er's eyefuls at the Eastsider
were ; Betty Cooper (his steady)
and Boston model June Milton.
Montt, invite,,State Investigalion
Conlin. Grument end Harness
Racing Comm. G. Monaghan to
the same. affair. Their feud may
make headlines.
Gm' ger Rogers 'ati'.'d long e
admire;jamea Kimberley get a-,
waYt ,tralfit the--PepPle-- whnostare
Lai Palm Beach, on his tOy
dyacht Franchot. Tone's -ex Agile
' (Dolores Dorn-Heft), has a', new
pursuitor. Edwaid Hochman,' pro.
dozer. .Linda ChristiaR's prit
vate little -war with a t young
Greek Itept the, El Moroc e,o
crowd Asig-tsiting all week..;Jact
Carter's .new No. 1 date at No, -1
Fifth appears to be pretty Paula
Warren.,, mece of the Chief Jus Justice.
tice. Justice. .Thrush Carmen MacRae's
new love is Lew Prince, vocalist,
who 00e1IS at -the Versailles to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. .Gwen Verdon's b g
hit, "11,,,dhead," will, get. sig
ticket. New Year's Eve. Selling
seats through Jan. 2nd, IMO.
The raids on makers of porno pornographic
graphic pornographic movies must a to u s e
folks In Bangkok. They not only
have a wide audience but t even
commercial spnesorship.
Is Eddie Fisher's Vegas di divorce
vorce divorce attorney Mahlon Brown.
counsel for the Tropleana.?
Cara Williams, parted from! John
Drew Barrymore, left her mark
qn wealthy Ivan Townsend Smith.
t'.The Academy Awards 7 'execs
(handling the TV angle) issued
a warning, to all performers and
nominees:, NoArinks, before the
show. Some of the nominees
couldn't possibly function withotit
, at least three. .Intemst Reve

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nue his let Madison- venuers
(TV ad people), know, far in ed. th
mei that, .they will' scrutinize re
those high tax,deductions, ...Hen dt
ry Morgan's trysts at Colonic
Champagne are now with Billie in
Mahoney, busty baton-twirler, in re
the. Circus .Gospel singer Ma- at
hatia Jackson,,,; doesn't believe in
All The Simple s' Things. Just
bought a new,- yellow- Caddy.
Diana.'Dors1 late groom, tut her
9ut of his will. tit
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20th entnry-Fox blue-pencil'd Es- te
quire's planned bikini pix of Tues- ni
daX,Neld;13enauselshe is a teal, w,
ager;' wo presume.,,I.,,,Don't offer be
Loretta Young a role of a gal o- th
ver 27..;-.Betty Raynor of the D
Merrick shows staff is' carrying N,
a large torch for the star in-one in
of them.-.) ,Copt ,dolt) Jacqui ties tb
well, 19, waited two,bouroloro a M
, teen-age moitiankstar,ithe otberf;af- w
ternoon. ,The stand cos t ni
him real.' fan. The Bor. d,
Vivant bunch' ire lure ',W.' Guest, et
Jr;,:is'ismitten ,,, mitten Stripper eg
Ann Ames,- long-stemmed th
as honey., You'd be surprised
at all 'the 'money around t set 7
sayas,thet "Dinka ,.igon't win the el
pennant., -.1Irginia Curry,. grand- T
daughter of the late John F. Clir-rbYa'rrTiastemrm,WanillrisHmaUllioleyaledser.nnwels-pril
4., ,, Jerry, Lewitt squander- ri
ed $400 so his coast barber could
fly. to Chicago to' shampoo h
baircut,t SI
Actress Holly' Brooks was at
Medical Arts Hospital (For Sur-
gery) when she was told TV ac l
tor John Baxter -was suing her
for divorce via desertion. She
says she's' heen looking' for him r
, 3 years to serve him for the I
same Areason. The new song. 11
"Ha, Ha, Hawaii," was writien a
by Stewart Allen,' 'an Aliskan. 8!
Herb Ozan, Hawaiian, wrote "A- 81
las, Alas;-Alaskal"' aneY
Malone, Who is chu;,:king the Kim
'Stanley role' in the 'Helen Hayes
r hit, has a new beaumance. Bryn 1
Morgan.- .The legend is that
1 Liz Taylor's kin are wealthy.
, The- fact is the star is the rich-
est member of the ,clan,;-all from
hard- work, .0ne of the Tv
: "Bell 'Tolls" cast (. Steinberg)
-played 11 regulars at' tbe 63rd
Street YMCA. (eek-a-tee-hee-booll.
dawg model in town is
"Marlene" named for Dietrichl
avery trim, dachshund. Owned
b ,publicist: Howard Atiee'. Gets
$1. per ,minutt. 1
'Tina uise stopped every
knife iind ,fork .at Mr. Prime
Ribs when she.,came in wearning
those very shapely, form fitting
'leather slacks. Mat was some
shovit.a femmedian and ler boy
friend. put on in a Faison d'Or
phone booth. -Beth Hollinger.
ass't producerl'of TV's "Price Is
Right," weds Butler U. Prof
Daniel Ferro in June. Absinthe
House chums of,. dancer Billy
Ryan report that he will marry
,WAC Capt Ethel McDermott, (I
Gtoise Point, :socialitel' in May.,
,w0H0411' CaMicbaert '(Stardust"
,IIPPfars to.,bev,Rita
LORan's,( datightef; Binnie hie
Merger vlans ivit10 'young me&
lc.. .Corinno Talvet and Jef
Stone are going mouth another
Experiment. ..,,,Some, girls are'
just lucky. Hilda, Jervis, a danc-1
er ih several PresleY films in ;1'
Wood,.. ft now paying, roles ,in
German Movies ,when she isn't
dating Elvia.
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Blue's Joi ,tansint With,
we suppose. Lady.. Beatty's per per.wtreenessett
.wtreenessett per.wtreenessett Emie Irortes
refusal to olay eight spots in '58
cost him 8500,000. That is, it cost
the tax. people most,of it.
berta Shertvood's upcoming Detest Detestalbum
album Detestalbum will be na m e d:
Hands." A bunch of rousing num numhers
hers numhers such as (IAlabamMy Bound,"
whtch bent ri all 4 over the
,Loyely Cyntlila Brooks'
dinner 'date' et McCarthy'g was
coast barrister Arthur' CroWley.
of' the illop cowboy tv
stars mayle fait with a gat,' but
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WASHINGTON-:-..A.;,unique s 'and Italy-today bits More IrooPs- in the
iii4oly Interesting Milner wasJ3eiu (.1410 army tnan any ewer coun-
at tne exicusive ; btr eat 'Quo trynine- otvisions.-In conlrastk :
Inursuity it, 'was ,rgomoteq Jr, toe too ibuteitStates tar but tour 411-.'
iron anti, Steeretustitute-ixtaJonor yolons,, sou Fran:zit only two.-
of OA iteptiolican leader:!;of':the z-fifelia is-Aht--, e stwiesman
Sonata.. &vereu, .0s4inkes,4xitten Ivlitt-Whee ;.'ivtinister ;Of t'yinantsp,
of Illinois. '', meat, the- itaktaa brit Olii'Ot ta.
in itself unusual peause mosi itaoie Etu'ope;
political, or tominercialdinners also helped organize tne Botopean
are. not-,uailally' lieut.:at the,;tone7' 44',ommoit lda,rael, and ,tiery'fl as
time- private home' of Laura; Ptir- president-J:4 the. Europeaol, Coal
tie beiore 'she got,Dored,witikwasa- and,-Ateel Authority. 'A
mgtoo- ant A; toriletc-her'!',cOloo,ial
mansion int PrtYate 4 Pote--44,ifteen 4ears ,ago Italy,.
But even More unusual'is- the eno' tne, ynited,' Statei were
fact that $100 a'Platet was 'chirged gaged in deadty, struggle, with
for the dinner," with' the Proceedi ,American arinies advancing up
going 'to their senator-A- trom.4,11- the entire length -of
haola to befit-Jib:a stasis a Aserige ,
of TV, thowcf171 '14 nk,,o -K,09 414,01', ;Wale -COMMAND
It happens thil:mirksewit.
up ior re-elec,tion, Ile was, recent-, ''Gen..11,autis Noislad,iur VITO
br, re:elected, 'Clte.. OtOncitralelpg t amender, int Parisclias ,thAat; -'
campaignsforlwat now has all ttie -eau tollirVirench
earitarks of It, personal expense Vailuy as tommanner at ell NA-'.
Itmd similar to-that which caused TO fortes in west Germany. Hers
suck -criticism-,,of .Vice;'rresi,dent ,is the reason
Nixon in '1952 ,-0Senators, ',aro ,! not Vrance. withdrew its -beat :
supposed to jiave,,money raised troops to,higliCin ...North ;..Aftita;
for them inebetweeo elettions,ei- k'oitowing t 1, rrebidenti as
pecially by' tlig ,hosinessmen, 'Ontille nbjeoted 4 to ,;,,luiving any .,
interestlit of All, howev- erencti troops even. Poor. ones,.m ones,.mer,'
er,' ones,.mer,' -is the,. organization ,--,, whiCh tgrated Wittl other' allied troop
sparked the.,,Dir0e, aj, 41.00:1-Plate In r;orope., He pat argued Privaie Privaiediimer,
diimer, Privaiediimer, namely, flie Arm; nnikgnef 131' Oat react .trooPs- Agnt,,het;
Institute. 7, ter under the O'rencn
- - has' infuriated, Norstad whO
' It so happen; Ilief,the.hig,'Itini. 'points ellt. alO :PriVatelYti tbat,

It so happens ,tha , sm 'points out. also 2privately,,,, that
able senator. mimed for President Valluya Frenchmausommaias
McKinley is,a,member of the Sen- tour American osivisionb,., ree
ate AntlMonopolyommitteek,And British divisions, Auld, the entire
not long aggihe did s great flivor West German armyreall imder
for the Iron' and Steel Institute ;,; Frenchman; ,,-
When Sen,,Estes Ketairverwrolt ,,The.Frencb,have onlY two sec sec,
, sec,

, tnA yond ons,
report bias the Atest us- -rate, mvisi in NATO,. ',yet
try for touching off snother round 'de',Gaudie, wants them lept separ.
of inflation by hiking ;price& ,in ate front Americans,- British! anti'
1956 Dirksen, yrots minorit:y Germans. ;
report takintivittoroua,-iexoCption ,',,
to Kelauver..., : ELME .."
Even ..thoughiliitiseii cl;fef in ,
the White House came nut last A screening ,beard ,'hat natiov,
week with a public warning to the ed down the applicant, for", tho
steel industry 'against price riseS, first flight into space tO exactly
the Senator from- Illinois' svrote a 12. Ali will be. given ;IPeciai train trainreport
report trainreport ImOlying,tbit thelitfel tag lhe 'uotgy4
dustri ,could dooildll.kbffg. LMotatOry.,AMO 1ellt-, year one
'So tonight the' It'ott"-atid Stte tvill be selected -Out"of" the' group
Institute gives on ultra plush, get- to ride in the nose of a giant Atlas
ret dinner for 'its friend, the Sen- missile into orbit around t,he
ator named, lot ,McKinley, earth...Secretary of Labos 'William'
,41,0 Mitchell is 'sitting en a report ,,
EXENEMYNOW FRIEND Which claims young people are rs.
. mauling longer -in sehool'because
Probably, the Stanchest sunnort they Can't find jobs. It it, weren't ,"
the united 'States will get -from for this, Abe' report warns,' unein-
any of the NATO foreign minis- ploYment would. be. even .worse,3
ters now celebrating the- 10th -an- Last Year,'.' an- estimated 400,000
niversary of -the Atlantic Alliance workers either, Stayed 'school Or
tme froin -the 'foreign 'Min, fry,' to .tind,joili because of
ter of a country once at waruirlik, the WitimplOthent
the United States.- gressman Burleson exile has
While the foreign ministers, of promised 'privately' to- go,. ahea4
Norway and 'Denmark are hang- with full.siresa Investigation' of
ing back against nucleatirms for ConOressman,,Dele- '-witose
the West German arrnyi,-,Poreilln election te COnirris'i Irom1' Little
Minister,. Giuseppe 'Pella of ItalY Rock,- Ark., has Oeen-thallenged,
will be...taking ,a ono atand.lor. Burleson IAA be will ,start theln thelnneclear
neclear thelnneclear armamentrile has-nirea: yestigation at his next, committee
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dy done so in-Italy. where the unit- meeting), April 15
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es,: bages,: despitervIgorouti 1:objection !tom
the Communists. ,,,
Most peppie don't ,realize it, but
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cheek or with 411 hp, Waiters da: a
Thataway- when he eomes in.
Sightto see: The -Society bell e,
who got: plastered at Aly Khan's
swank party end had to, be carried-
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SPACE II Et,MET-TRIAlit ---,.7.1(,, -ett route, to France vitit 541 pas,
-. :' i- sengers, and the 5,490-ton British
LONDON (PI) ---, J. McLaren freighter city of ',Agra .'; collided
Thomsoni president of the Nation. near the north end of the Sues
al Hairdressers Federation, pre- nal rest erday. Port -Whet
dicfs that both men and women ties said no one was hurt. ..,,..,
will have theinhairrahort bylitss The freighter was towed into
so that ther tart-wear specs 'het- ,Port; Said with ,a lamaged prow.
me's. He said-, women' 'will have The Laos, en foute from Yoke.,
a collection of- wigt to wear with hams te illarseille, tontinued -Int
snecial dresses for -gala occa- ,Its way Into the Mediterranean.'
gong. LI. 0 t ', '-upplun pies luatuamnpme Iry I
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of' Communist hands .last, year
simply by catching. subway front
East !Berlin to Vest' perlinoni
reason, Khrushchev,ii IQ, auxiout
Atx litlaq3 the Jron.,Curtain on Bar.
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,-;:h.'1:,Iment louse, in Pt,Lonia; aPseats tics a child's Aellhouse. 1,, The. job of cleaning UP cnntidued :.
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:olomblan.liar, College,.Egcul.tyl:.--, : ,,,-.:, Ofiental OD LOUfSql

,Stu,dents:To.Arrtveln,Canal;Zone'
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,,": Tact,ityMember Cbmrlitna'.'' While,
stUdelitt from', tbe Colombian at,,Albrbole-Alf,'forCe ;Base theY
, Far CoNeger are7scheduled tear- iri lotraiii' 'the:4 force nrient;timi sseo.
tive''MohdaY-toe.a Bvekley Sclionrfdi 1.4itth" AniericE0:, gin., at St. -,,,,, Andrew's
CanalvZone Amithe7dit 1111be :spent at ft'.
tiops.,;7Briefingstours -and ,riever where' ii;ViSit' to the' CS, Jhese Classes .be-
amid events' are Ahe:41;e11- Arttly, CiiribbeinV'School is scbcd- into ani adultIroup'Whic
' for: tlie bffieerS; whe are-due idedt ere thiliffiders will be, en- have its first meeting at 7:
, tb make the trip ant' Bogota hYlettained tC,.,eption and lunch- Tuesday, and' a:, junior greim
: eon,- and, among the guests will be wilt 'have itt'first selasttlat
Beading. the party. ,tsBrivtisi., Colombian officers L, enrolled Jit, -,.);;;,
Brneatcv Calcedo,:14 commandant thelchdollAlefore toficluding their Esientiall
Of the, WO. College.- Other fecultY tripin thekAtiatiti 'side, they are cli ho,5-,, are desigfieu, to in
members4pelude 'CAL,: Carlos; Bo- ,le,,nfake blur Oatun Locks. ,,, solve unanswered Anestion
' (trigues exeputive,effieer;, eapt. Wat 'Cnliege ittidenta in:the pat- creatin anCiimresOlved,
Ost Sr -Heriere-le; lhe':,0010M, tY: 'wilt" be Iltilri'Alfredo Bade' of the eminenet Goe::
Noivy;u: 1,t;: :Col. Atobely RUe- 14:;,:iAlfOn40.7Ttirre4 Bk., Roberto tributei andI.charteteristi
dalS.;14,COpt: )4olsec 1'004 U. Pergol,:; Alirtr6"Vilenola Al.. thereby providing the
unt,general assistance to
'rho 'group,will tie tscortO-14,-, tt' tons Volesci4e1 m1.!-varlos
tot.'IsepkkluihnaKotAtie US. bait C;;VBernaKdo'', Sanellei s., well being and posaibly 'a
J.dission 'to !TOlinbigi,, t Lopez' 'Aristides tacit growth.:2.

.. Faculty. Member :Alid itdilli'Ciribbeiln.'Ali COnsmana, while J011111.:1111111P
eta stitdelits from'. the', Colombian lit. AlbrboleAlf,'ForCe ;Base -: they ,,:' '', '...': .T.',,,,,,,,,,,,:r,,.'...,',4,''..
Fir CoNege' 're-:scheduled. 'O'er- iii 10tout' 'the:4 11.1.SAir 'Force nrient;tion::fyil;aseol-,',1
tive Mohd aY- tor '. a fivekley Visit Sehoerfi 1.4ittit' America .':':,a gilt at St.,-, ,,,, Andrew's :
1? CanalvZono military: installa- ,,Amithe7dit 11.11be :spent at ft, ,,,,,,ir,..1,,, .,,,',..-,', .i f.,,v ','
laops.,;-,Briefing-tourt -and ,,Sever Gulick, where' ii Visit' to the CS, :,, ;These Classes will I. ,b
11 "mat events' are, ,un the'.41;e11- Ant,' CitibbeinVSchool is scbcd- into an, adult'lrooliw
da ', for,' the' fficeri,' whe are-clue tie& lire thi'effiders will be, en- have its first meeting al
tb make the trip from Bogota hYlettained if ii ri'oeption and lunch- Tuesday and' a:, junior gr
ColoiribiniVAir..feret131anc ,-,,-1- : eon,: Mid. among the guests will be wilt 'have itt'first ,Clasa
'',' lleadiut the party,is Brig,,Gesi., Colombian officers enrolled at, le4"; : ; .-.)--,, s,.':' i
Ernesto-. Citicedo.'.14 commandant the Ichooll-- 'Before toficluding their Esientially -' ',' these:' 1
hi the, WO. College.- Other faculty trip716 the'Atlatiti 'side they are eli h5.,- 'Are desigheo,. to
members ,,,intlude 'COL. Carlos.' Ro- to ,miilte 'll blur a datun Locks. ,,, solve unanswered Auest
(trigues C4 executive,efficer;,eapt, '''11..at renege ittidenta in:the pat- creation and 4mresOlved
Ostiir -Heriera-'11,,Y of lhe',',0010M, it : wilt be' MajersrAiftedo Bade' of the eminenci '4. Go
bian- Notvy;u: 1,t;', Col. Altobeir RUe- NE:;,:Alf01140..7Trre4 1,1., Roberta tributes andI.charteter
daik;!'s14Cant: igoises'Pstitio:, U. Perta V: llieare"Vilencia ,T, Al. thereby providing Abe
The':group"wii) tie tscorto-tv, tt: folio velesivez M:;.rVarlos um.,general assistance "; to
Col: 3:6sepkA::Brihnak.et'fit'n US. bait C:;,r,!BernaKdo''. Sanchei s., well being and posailly
spiritual growth; The, W
Mot .mionoli 'to !.colinotk',i,!', t Lpis',''A. Lopez' E, 'Aristides .1ace
.., ,,, ..,,, ,..,,,,,,, ,, ,., ,..,,,..,,,,-,..., ; p.,,,Toto c: Ititot; 11.; Alvaro- g. whi,-In describing' Make Make,
, Make, Folloy4yg t bileflog.,,a,t,',0ead-i, Patedet'D,4,", ernindo Bernal D.., that' While Actideroikrie
quarters; taribliean Comhithd, the' Elirrtillodrigues P,- Nestor -Al noC lt, prerequisite th 1
faith, still faith is read
Colombian visitors lire to 'cal' at fonsOrG. A Jie '11,atio Dimas s:e, ed with a reasonable
beadqiiarteta ofrOESArm'Y'Carib- Luis F; !AgUirre A.,: Enrique Le.
ing of the underlying
teani, '1.3th Naval'-. District and guizanto'11.; and 'Jisus Velasquet
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'1' '' t;-,,:-'1 ;7' .,-,5::',i;. "-,'''"'.'4.iv-' t.'1,,' 4, ,'E '.!-, 41,, .,;,, ,,;'-': -ii, ,, ,' ' The minimuttr 'ageJ0
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rive- MonisaY,tor.'. a fivetaY, visit Scbool fl' aaitth Alnerleft.', gb gin, at ,St.-,-.,,, Andrew's 'T.,- tkeisee,Pal' sante, ;- Music that the, upper
to CanalvZons anilitary,".,installa-' ,Amithe7dit'1111,be :spent at' ft -,...-,ir..-1.,: .4,,,,,-,-.if,..v.'.','',-,,S-e., .... Crilet''enjoys. '',:'.'. .,,
tiops.,;-,Brieting,-tours -and ,,a6ver." Oulick,... Where' ii Visit' to the 11.S ', ;These Classes YUJI. be- diZquieci ,,, ..-; -Y--1-- r
le
,.11 social. events' are :on the-4041- ArinY. CeribbetteSchool is sidled- into an.- adult-trouPYwhidt-:' will ',-.;',,il oat breakfast every metro-,
' da ,' for' the-fficeri,' 'whe are'due hiedt.liere thi'bfliders Will be, en- have its first meeting at 7:31i'.p.tn, ing :,In ,Sehrafft',' be says. "And.
- tb make the trip front Bogota. tv'tertallied it' a iC,TPtiOtt and lunch- Tuesday and' te junior. groUp.. winch Yery 'morning I have the same
ColombiatVAlt;,Orce'Tplane.-,-1- : eon,- and, among the guests will be wilt 'have ittlirst .Clasitlat.4 'ult., Waitresa,-', and she always wants
'',' Ileadint the .partyja.Brig,,Gen. colomblan officers' enrolled. ,,,,at, le-41's; : ; -i'-,..,','"-' i: .' .. .', ',..,,,I, ,', '', to know :shout the party I play,.
Ernesto.' Csicedo,".14 commandant the IchOoriBefOre tnricluding their Esientiall ., ?these;-:' Orientstion, ed :. the 'nightl before-what kind kindOf
Of kindOf the War College.- Other faculty trip7.16'theAtialati 'side they are eli .5.,- 'ere desigfieti,-to ite4p.:!re. of lipstick the ghis wore and
Inentbers,,inelude ''COI:,-Carlos.' Be to,,makellOur '6f datint, Locks. ,,, Ohre unanswered .questiona- anent that kind of tiding."
Origues C,. enecuttvrtifficer;' eapt. "-War .Celiege ittidenta in:the pat- creation and4imresOlved. probleiris He ,feels' the- people who- buy
, Pstar Heriera-'114- Of lhe',Colcirt'l, it : wurbe miji.e".Aifredo Borda' of the eminenct '..d GoV"His at, hisi,----recordajj like that ',waitress'
Plan" litivy;u:.M;: Col. Atuben, Rile-. NC: .,.. Alf0n40.2.1tirree M., 'Roberto tributes and'.1.charticteristie;,,and enjoy sharing soniething-ev,en if
' da4;!sandCapt:,Moista-Pstilti U. Pergell,', -AlYereVilencia ..T,,, 'At. thereby providing -;.the student it's only ,s musical experience--
The troup.wili tie tacort,e0-1)Y: tt: tango; Velesques M,,'.'Carlos ,Lom. general assistance ."; to':.-spiritual with, the best of society.
Col; joiep10:,,BrilmaKottlie C,S. bait C;;VBernaKdo': Bartok s,, well being. and po,ssibly 'a marked Lenin figured tit along the al alMut
Mut alMut MisSuni 'to !TOICsinitia,,-, i, !,. .t Luis. -,-. 'Lopez' E., 'Aristides .Vaca, spiritualtrotstk; The, W.: W, Seidl, bums .would sell. They are, he
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poilo,e4eg odellegAtt',0ead-,.. Patedele'D,',": etrnindo Bernal D.., 'that' While acttdereViiiardnitrili- what, he calla ?"fotind'ry,,, inUsie"
quartet's; 'Caribbean Comitta)td,' the' Elherte,Jtodrigues P,- Nestor Al noCit prerequisite th 7,belid ..., and -hie. tempos-,),actording 0-,- to the
Celombian- visitors ,are :to 'cali at tonio'' C.' Jere 'Maria Dimas 'C faith, still faith is readily acquie- songs.
beadnimrtere of ',II.SAtitty''Carib- Luis le; !Aguirre A.,: Enrique :Le: ed with a reasonable. upderstand- He's a thin, amallish man with
. teatij.!1.5th Naval'-. 'District and guiranto' 11.; and 'Jews Velasquet. ing et the underlying truths of a nervous air about him. And
-,'..;;;, '..,;.,...,:,-,', ,,f,,,;,;. ,,,',,,' ,:,,;,,,,',,, ",,,. ,, ; ,, .,,,,,4 ,: ,,,,, .. , ...,... ,doctrmal 'foundations. .' he keeps saying "I'm a nobody"
, 0 ,;,,;. ;;,....., ,,,..1..,. :!... ,..,-:, .-,5,,,1.4.., .,,,,: ,,, ,t...i,:,.:,.i.: : ... ,,, inTiit litittlitittottrintir'n'tingeprilitn. dLlts. evetind, .thlt)pilh -Ile sf vryb fleftinitely
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z iza et -:',-. -ay or- le-,- a e unless special garraPnglesMents artes paigarm,ewith!'hisn' socaeihy e4n:Is Pl.
P. ,, .., ., . -,:." . ... , - !:. made, The instruction': for the somo'nights there are as many
, ....,, , ,.. . .,... . ,, ,, .- ,, ., , ,,, junior 77group. is ,structured -bit a as '50 Lenin orchestras' playing
so' so 4-1 -, -- s Jr.' --- s A s -.1 le tharacter guidance base;4411.'in. somewhere-that his date book is
..TPlans,tor ta.:ly' May'..Wedding trested ---persons are' Mmited- ',..to crammed. ,,,,
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attend the appropriate -''-elass';'-; For', 'some dates, he's ,- booked
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. r'...i- '...-, ...1- -..-3-.. '' -'-: ''.''-'''''''.:P',. -- .' ''' ' 'FUKUOKA, Japan MIT-The December, : 'he's solidly b o o k e d
.. ,0-14AS 'EGAN Nev.. OR. 7- Ae- the' singer, 'as well .as custody Of ,Kyushu Division of Japanis na:, through, 1963,r : '
:" tress Elilabeth'Tayloe'aod .Eddie both children.' But 'since' tbe de- tional railways system announced But you can always have him
.. Fisher- made plaits -yesterday .. for., cree could itt-be finalized for
.1 aft-I,:.: -- .40. ,-: .7., ,' ..,,,.' ,." ,,: ,:.. when ;you want .him-on record.
' atrislavada.'-Wedding,lik earlY MaYi, otber'10 : Months,' -Fisher .madi. in 1, sage ,to 'anyone ,obylOusly-; drunk. ', ' -,-----
;.. teaoiwtc,,thstli.1,Ih4ietiogoieprros,,,itrrententiallibb".7 4airorifele10.1.?,e, bbte ef,Ot rk. it'.. N. ,,eva.da It also warneethef '', paSengets. "-1, tart'. Grant.: who made it: big
, bie- Iteynolds,''.;. i ,s.,,:',.;,,,,':rl', 1;,,..:,',,7,,' Debbie' tur"geltloywn"IFI"is' her when :chit beb carnet, ,ctrunk''l et route singing. and playing :."The End,'
, 5-, Mies Reynolds' ga,ve her, consent he' made:his e pu off trains. is a far cry from most of the
appeal Overbefothre tele- The' railway adopted the policy new popular recording stars. This
...1hursttay,;,,,or., Fisher. ,,,to,',gain a phone. a mon!b-- age' e she because of an incident last Jana.. boY knows, music.-
' itlevada,40c0e,w411,03441:x,-,weektl: flew-home ,,Thursday, the said .ahe !.'A n .:. .4 A -, -'-- ,4-...' k I In an .era when. recording.' corn corn,.
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,- risher,,,;,..tipltantlY ."4,4.unQUileeil. wOuld t"grantr ther ermsent because.' tempted. ,to start a fi ht with so. I patties can make a star out Of a
4,11Ne will- get ',Married here tii-N3-! of ,.. the '. war'. the- a situation, -was :Met ., Amhas ad r Nikilati .47. 4141'',e,t1; I clinclitden plucker-If he.'has le ifnod
; vadr- 4, ,WeOks .1,. PIT, ; 1, St,,,,,;.$.01,':i bandlett," ii,oissm A ',.,''Ii'.4.1, ....(-; ';'fr,,--erenket boas d ()',tro
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......The'date risher indicated .wOuld '' ', .'' '' -. :.'-'. reaped.' ' .', A', A :
: be 'May 10; but' speculation.; here .stt s
S' '''' F ''''S. '' s Giim....'a' n."4- Has'Elements
py.- ,or, py ,, , Orant, not -too long. itio, was
la's it that the couple 'will wed ., , fr ., teaching Music in Kansas City,
, f!rly. that week-perhapk, nit -May , ,,- -, ,,, '. ., , ' ,,, Mo., schools'. He'd started 'play 'play:
: 'play:
- ' Of intrigue For Mystery -.Thrillers
1".. Neithet Jishet,.-., turfent.YN. &-, '. ing the piano 'at 7 in his 'home
town, Idabel, Okla. When, Jhe
pearmg 114 PisItegakatriShig t (4 oe A-Tat,g,o). .11.1 ,,,I,, .- ..,,,- ,....' , 'family moved to -.ICansas -,' City,
glub, ne ,thliss taler., WOVIG.'Say r t IP TI'-) ,,r; Atil ,. ' .' ' it'll:.; i 1 llifirinlo he 'continued his 'qittidies, winding
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, wherej.the''' Wedding ,WOuld'.' iake ' ' -.--, -0 .:---, -,-: , ,. up in a conservatory. He went
. Place; They',,agreed it won't -be ''n ,'',-,FRANKFRT, ermany tUPIl''picked,-With s e c r e t electronic to the :University of Southern
Las Netas,, however, ;since "that -The writer of spy thrillers, could equipment. ,., : California.
would be" toe' public." 7 , -have a field day here. In D e c e ni' b-e r, intelligenee And, while at college, he paid,
1,Lit ,,',was,,, finseallable zlor ,'COIIV Coded,- names, telephone calls picked up -the, editor of an Infor. his bills by entertaining in clubs.
. Anent "bilS'Ileepyrigh0 artiele !. I in, frOni untraceable Public booths, -mation service. Hi suPplted a "When I started teaching," he
says, "I tried to keep up my
the Seri FrancitoNewirthat she forged drititiftienthAltheY're ,almost popular service. on Communist.
now :intends' tt.."quit the, movies," a part of 'daily ,life here on the bloc navies, but the intelligence -club work, toe; But' the parents
complained., So I gave up the
Theoictrest,:-,.now under -contract fringe of the Iron' Curtain where service said that was only a
'for at.,(least ''. three ',1nore.,,, ants,' the Communists pay for informa, front for. ,espionage against the clubs for awhile. I decided that
, teaching wasn't for me, so I quit.
made a similarsstatement a Year tion about Western defenses. West..
' I as still trying., to .decide
1,,,,' '. ,,,-,111 : A...-.,.. ,'..,;'",:,,,,-,-.t ,,lf,-,-,!' ,i(N'Some et 4hese!casea, when the '-- WS ,p,ER PICTURE which field to go mto' When I got
.- f It Wilrilse4fie fOurth,,,trip4O thi Spiesuare caught; qincl, their way I 'my M.A." - , .
' altar. for'lyli'st,:;TaYlor; the beattii- 0a:to:court-records.- ', : ,In ,January;r they picked uP a The decision, Once -it Was final finalyol
yol finalyol ..widow-,of Alke,,l'otlit, 106 is,'s
'-...,10. Beller is- the United Press private pilot,' his -wife and' a .pho. ly reached,, has turned tout to be
Actitlemr, AWard Intern'ational editor in Frankfurt. tographer. They had been using irrevocable, Earl is contented
riciminee for. ise:t
for her perfbrmaiteeht, Witt. mr a AS' with any.l.newsmin here, part a surplus British World war I now. And hi Oeels 'his musical
education bas been helpful-terBe,-
Tin Itoof.,7" , ,,' v -,-"' -;17-,",'".7.--of- his-job. is to- run these stories airplane to take pictures of shi a.,
. shavetyleady0Aaaglotaiatiiit,10 do,wtv,.-ont-to'' report,- them when pots and bridges,' The g 6 I n; g ', .. t ',, ..
theY tan bi,told-,witheut involving price was said to,,,,he 025 a, pie. ' 4-
Nirky:01,111teer.Aelti e 'botot-swee,
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tember-syllirt7triViei'; egeor'ed Tz
on tile l'ound; night!,
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Deblare obfrsfined interloatifory
power. years in: prison by the federal
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GARCIA ,TO,' VISIT , Avliere t,Itusalau subma- for' five year., He 'als claimed!
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arromicentent 'sad ,the Aias force He' bad been his 'case because they said' his
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Ces between' tbe atlCoixikeiic reportil to le, NATO's most ver- arrest .marty. Communist agents.;
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- relaxed comfort and Safety id a
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inPrination, and low weekly, monthly (or daily)
rates. We'll gladly help plan your trip.
jnsuranco other benefits included. Both 58
and -59 models, FORDS and others available.
We are specialists in renting to vacatitiners,
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tain things, Ile his new' Eve Evening
ning Evening Rain," -which he does with
piano, orStestra' and chorus, "I
couldn't have done without a mti mtisleet
sleet mtisleet education,u-'
'This is a refreshing. change of
musical pace.
' DICK'S ptcKst till Hayes has
taken a good single out of his
latest album. On' Kapp, it's call:
ed "Witnoweh." Others: "IA nev never
er never Gonna Tell', (Jimmie Rodg Rodgers,
ers, Rodgers, Roulette);101,'Kiss Me and
Kiss Me auk Kiss..Me" (Peiry
Como, RCA); "..,LoyaltY"' (FT a n
Warren, Mem Barton .and 'Kay
Brown, MGM); "Don't Take
Tour Love From Me") Keely
Smith, Capitol);- "Hawaiian War
Chant"', '(Bily V augh n, Dot);
"You're the One I Care For"
(Barbara Allen, Felsted); "Dood "Doodlin'
lin' "Doodlin' (Lambert, Hendricks and
Ross,:11A) "The 30th of May"
(Win., Glabe, Load n); "The
Nreck of the John' B" (The Gold
way Singers, WB).
More good sing-along albums
"Two Beers and. Everybody
Sings" (WB) was, recorded
the Red Garter in San 'Francis 'Francisne
ne 'Francisne !and is fulltof good' cheer-and
tongs; "A Wing-Ding"
1(Kapp) his old fairotite songs
and their old favorite parodies
done by a happy bunch; "Play
Mr. Banjo" (Kapp) is full of old
songs like "Mks. Murphy's Chow Chowder,'
der,' Chowder,' done by a singing banjo
band; '"Halls of ivy" (WE) has
has The Gene Lowell Chorus do doing
ing doing favorite college songs.
Two excellent classical orches orchestral
tral orchestral releaseson Columbia, Bru Bruno
no Bruno Walter and the Columbia
Symphony Orchestra play Beano Beanoven't
ven't Beanoven't Symphony No. 3, the., "E "Eroica";
roica"; "Eroica"; on Kapp, Sevin and the
Rome Symphony Orchestra play
an orchestral Version of Pucci
ni's "Tosco" an opera without
wordsthat makes fine hstenmg.

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Church in Paraiso- for Mrs. Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Prendergast. a Chilibre rt-i
dent who died this week in Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital.
74 seryo,pa, fare ,slbeduled, for
1:'30 and will be followed by burial
in 'the Corozal Cemetery.
Mrs. Prendergast, a former resi resident
dent resident of Paraiso and Red Tank,
is survived by her children Wal Walter,
ter, Walter, Lloyd, Byron, Reginald, Law Lawrenze,
renze, Lawrenze, Undo. mrs. HiPzh
Mrs. Oscar "Prince, and several
grandchildren ana other relauvob.
Buses for mourners will leave
from both the' Paraiso and the Chi Chilibre
libre Chilibre Baptist Churches.

SHOULDN'T HAVE STOPPED
WINCIIEStElt, England (tin)
When George Williams stopped
his automobile to report .a two twocar
car twocar collision to a police patrol,
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, SISTER"Formo, san movie star Laun pdses
demurely near Taipei before
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all part of an historical
aim called ,s'Shid Pa Yet's
,Love." Laun 'is known to
fans as "sweet sister."

Clayton Education
teller To Start
Radio Code Course

The Fort Clayton Education Cen Center
ter Center announced that facilities have
been expanded for teaching. radio
pde, by refinishing a classrooln
whishtyilll'aqogillvdate 40, stu
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Under the supervision of M-Sgt.
Era Hatcher, Signal Corps, new
equipment has been installed in ineluding
eluding ineluding a eode training laborato laboratory
ry laboratory with iteyers;Aurn tables, switch
rboards, beadsetaLenA,,individuai
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"Hams" study ritdio Ode as a
challenging hobby but often tind
it a definite asset in their military
occupational specialties. Code train
int is a distinct contribution to
our nation's security because it
,egtablishek a dispersed communi communiCations
Cations communiCations ler einrgencieb.
The Ethication Center will open
its new facilities April 7 with
classes scheduled for Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. Addi Additional
tional Additional information regarding code
may b'e obtained by visiting the
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1959 at,"4:10 p.m. at the Panama'Saton, Hotel ;Efl ;EflPadama
Padama ;EflPadama Hilton, to consider the following:: , ,,,

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BIBLE CONFERENCE, BOCA,'
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Al Fennel, Baritone
Also: Viola Eshelman, Neil and
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, FASHION SHOW MODEL Miss Carol Nickisher will be oi le
of a group of local girls who will model beach wear at a lash
' ion show planned by the Panama Yacht Club for Friday, April
V. The fashions will be supplied by George D. Maduro, local
tepresentative for Jantsen, and musical entertainment will be
previded by Incho Azcarraga and his group. The show will be
held on the Marine Terrace of the Club.
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melon , ..,.. ounger set
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monthly meeting of Officers

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CLA SSW tOR AGES FROM 11W IT161! an
(SATURDAY) APRIL llth 9:00 AM. TO 12 NOON.
STUDIO IN WIRE MEMORIAL BLDG. NEXT TO K. OF C.
"SPECIAL" 241- HOUR LESSONS $12.00
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
CHILDREN AND TEENAGE sppAusy
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TO 'THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
PEARL ISLAND SEAFOOD COMPANY

The annual meeting of the Pearl Island Seafood Com Com,pany
,pany Com,pany will take place on Tuesdayi April-14,( 1959, at
'4:30 p.m. at the Panama Salon. Hotel 'El Panama
Hitton, to consider the following:
Election of Directors
, 2.,Inventories and Balances
3. Modification of the Articles of Incorporation
(Article'3)
4. Any other matter duly presented
to the Assembly

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Wives' Club, IA Battle Group,
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe.
TWQ young ladies from the Fort
Kobbe Tealfl:Clulteoaba Hawains
and Marie Ric ters, presented

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4, ano4, ...it". ulemi.,cr, 1...utua
Hughes, 4pgared in a pantomine.
The smaY fry also contributed
to the program with a spring
fashion parade.
Wives of B Company officers
were hostesses, under the chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship of Mrs. Guillermo Mall.
Miss Hawkins, Teen Club pritsi pritsident.
dent. pritsident. arranged the entertainment
staged by her group.
Mrs. Emily Ellis and Mrs. Pat
Burke were welcomed to numb.,-
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to Mrs. Billy Wise and Mrs. Mary
b v,ng the
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Dror sriz mi.?. won by Mrs.
1";, ''-- IP-- given. and
Mrs. Edith Chasteney.
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Chinese Women's League
Plans Cooking Class
Plans for a Chinese food cook
ing class are being comnieted
lisp rillifv, rh, win ha hi, in.
structor, and the class will be
,onen to members of the Chinese
iWomen's League.-
i Interested women are invited to
I call Panama 3-7632 between 7 and
9 p.m.
--
Rainbow Girls Observe
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Obligation Sunday
Membert of the Order of Bain.
bow for Girloi the world over will
observe Obligation Sunday, to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Cristobal Asseinbly No. 2 will
Iattend the morning worship fiery fieryice
ice fieryice at Martiarit- Union Church in
a lwiti with tiletir "torth Ativig

their Mother Advisor, Mrs. Jean
Ble-kiev. Al girlq nre qsivfl 'o be
at the church by 10:45 a,m, ard
are reminded to wear their white
apron.
Many of the girls have planned
to meet st the Margarita Service
Center after the service for a no
host luncheon. Ail Painbow Girls
are invited to join the grout). No
advance reservations are necessary.

Gamboa Church Circle
Sponsors Ham Dinner
Members.of the Mary Circle of
the Gamboa, Union Church will
sponsor a ham dinner next Fri
day evening At the Gomboa Civic
Center. The dinner will be served
at 5 o.m., and will be followed by
Amin dancing under the direc direction
tion direction of the Star in, a Circle Square
Pancing,giub.,
Tickets ate available from Mem
'bers of the church Circle or by
calling 6-31S.

Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Conver Conversation
sation Conversation 010 Will bold its regular
bi-weekly meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at the Quarry
Heights Officers Club. All persons
eligible for membership in an of officers'
ficers' officers' club are invited to attend.
Casual attire will be appropriate.

Royal Wedding
Boosts TV Buying

TnICV0 (UM) Anril 10
wedding of Crown Prince Akihito
and commoner Miss Michiko Sho ShoIda
Ida ShoIda was credited today with stimu stimuIlating
Ilating stimuIlating television set sales in Japan
to a record monthly high of 200,-
000 in March,
Officials saltraet buyers appar apparently
ently apparently wantedito be sure of seeing
the wedding brocessim and sever several
al several other features of the royal
event which will be televised.

POPE'S tEOUEST FULFILLED 1
, VATICAN CITY (UPI) 7 Pope I

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vanni Cardital Urbani to serve
as oapal legate at the month-long
ceremonies beginning it Venice
Anril 12 in honor of the late Pope
Pius X.
, nf ,lq X will bP
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month and will lie in state in the
ancient Basilica of St. Mark.
h..id lq
accordance with a wish of the
1,00 nontiff who. leaving his post
ax Patriarch of Venice for the
Vatipan in 1903, told his faithful:
"Dead or alive, I will return to
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Caribbean A&AF
Exchange Service
Used Equipment Sale
Sealed bids, for public opening,
will be received by the Central
Exchange Officer, Fort Clayton,
C.Z., for various items of USED
equipment, including but not
limited tot cafeteria and acids
fountain fixtures, automotive
equipment, electrical motors and
equipment, used tiros and batter.
ies. chain, tables, stools, and ono
112 ton Ford truck, wivan type
body.
Items may lid inspected at Bldg
152-A Font Clayton Service Sta Station,
tion, Station, from Ps 11 AM and 1 to 3
PM, weekilevo from 1 April tlint
14 April I959.r
InOtations end proposals (vitally (vitallying
ing (vitallying information ,en the conditions
of salc may be obtained during
the above flours at Mil 132-A.
Fort Clayton Service Station. or
the Central Exchange Office, dur during
ing during normal office bawl.
Sealed Mak will be publiChr open.
ed at 1 PM Wednesday, 15 Anti!
aa ahai gervice Station. The
ftehaolio O'ficer reserves the
richt to role& any and all birls.
Thk oss offerina of. the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean MMUS, and not one of the
U.S. Government.

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Techniques of night fighting' dur during
ing during the past few years have be become
come become highly developed, .and the
lat Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
does considerable training at night
to make strre that every advsnt
age which presents itself, can be
seized, should members of the u unit
nit unit be called upon to Jace a pos possible
sible possible future enemy.
Down through the pages of his history,
tory, history, secrecy, ana surprise have
been the main factors in an ar army's
my's army's victory. A night attack, pro properly
perly properly carried off, can give both of
these advantagh.
It was not until, the early stages
of World War II that the, U.S.
forces began training for night
fighting to any degree. For this
reasonthe Japanese forces enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed considerable success in early
stages of campaigns in the Paci Pacitic
tic Pacitic and Asia.
After many attaeks by the Ja Japanese
panese Japanese at night, the U.S. ArniY
began placing.more emphasis on
the training of its members in
night operations such as the
techniques of detection during the
hours of darkness.
Recently, D Company, 1st Ent Entfie
fie Entfie Group, 20th infantry, con conducted
ducted conducted exercises for its mem memhers
hers memhers to sharpen their knowledge
of the principles- of night fight fighting.
ing. fighting. Second Lt. Edward Dodd
gave an hour-long presentation
on the ways of determining the
approximate location end nature
of a target through sound, smelt
and touch.

It was pbinted out to the Sykes'
Regulars that sound is the best
way to determine approximate
location and has proved very help helpful
ful helpful to night patrols In the past.
His class included the- rules of
sound discipline at night, when
sound waves travel tnuch farther
than they will during the dm.
The never-changing rule of ab absolute
solute absolute silence at night ,was stress stressed.
ed. stressed. Another point stressed during
the exercise was night vision
which works something like the
lens 'of a camera. The human eye
takes about half an, hour to be become
come become totally adapted t the dark-i
nes& During that time, the pupil
of the eye becomes larger and
more light is admitted. If any iiiht
at all reaches the eye during the
period required for, its adaptation
to darkness, the process will be
set back for a period of..time,
pending on the smount pf light to
which the pupil has beeh exposed.
An extremely bright light such as
a flare, can Cause the entire pro process
cess process to be torn down within a
matter of minutes.
Dodd also told the members of
the unit.thet the, best viewing ine inethod
thod inethod to use at night is "off:center
, vision." He explained that by this
he meant that a person should not

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look directly ai an objeet to deter deterMing
Ming deterMing its nature; be should, the u unit
nit unit ,membors were told, look to
the right dk left slightly in order
that the object will net-give tha
lusion of movement.
During the training the men al:
so learned that the scantling Me Method
thod Method can be used when searching
an area for' enemy movement.
This method, they were told gi,,f1
the eyes a chance tohemme
eustomed to a certain area slid
eventually affords a sharper pic picture
ture picture of what acttrally is being
seen.
During the second hour of ins instruction,
truction, instruction, 2nd Lt.,. Gerald C. Ca CaPelle
Pelle CaPelle instructed oh night camou-)
liege, night movement, night nois noises
es noises and night vision. He brought
out the fact that all clothing must
be tied down) .the shine removed
from all equniment and a hyr hyrson's
son's hyrson's skin. and exterior moving
parts of the rifle tied down.,
The class was concluded 'with
demonstrations on the proper ine inethods
thods inethods of troop .moVethents during
night attadts and demonstrations
on the great distance at which
sound travele at night.

Library Siieilc0' Prof To lecture
'On Books Ai Claytcin Service 'Club.

As part of the celebration' of rTfliM
; e?,,.:,:
National Libriry Week, Dr. Gas .::,.,:Nai:
ton-Litton will speak at the Port W.N;;.500':..
Clayton SerVite Club on Wednes- rnii,i,
day evening, April 15, 'at 7:30 on ::NT'.
"Books and Missions of Peace '..,,,Mii!
Litton, who is on assignMent at PIE:
the United States Information Serb kW
ice office in Panama City, is lec MK:
i
turing in the field of library serv- Nei,
ice at the National Library, the IV,
University of Panama and at otb,- ..4.s,
er institutions in the Itepublic. WA..
roi-:-:.,

The topic of Litton's talk is in
line with his conyytion that eve every
ry every man ow'es hs4country a duty
by serving as a 'bridge between
it ind atiother -nation. As early as
1941,-Litton was invited by the then
rector of the National University
of Panami to come to the Isth
mus to modernize its library and
to set up a school for the training
of librarians. ,
, The outbreak ,of the war reaultl
ed, In his being' called to 'service
elsewhere, but the lihrary pro program
gram program he founded has eontinued to
grow. In 1956 and,a,gain nig year
he has returned to Panama, un under
der under the atspices of the Depart Department,
ment, Department, ot State's exchange of per.
sonsinkratwitf test cut,
tural, activities ,,of the Apietidan
Embassy,

mbassy, ,
Litton holds two degrees from
.

BLOK TRAVEL AGENCY

Announces the transfer of its office to:
35th Street & foto Arosemena Avenue
Annex First National City Bank of N.Y.
La Exposicion Branch
where we will attend to our cuitomers with th'e
usual courtesy and efficiency
(New telephone numbers to be announced
when installed)

THE 'EL RANCHO GARDEN'
!RESENTS THE
Special Super Show ,4

- JULIOE GODOT
and GUITAttiSTS
Fresh from theittriumphal tour of
SOUTH AMERICA in
in Argentine Tangos' Chilean Cueeas
and Romantic Songs 7
THE ONLY APPEARANCE IN PANAMA
TODAY at 9:30 p.m. and 12100
,f TOMORROW 9:30 p.m ,.,
NO NO COVER CHARGE

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PAINS OF SPAIN Though
she gained success at curve curvesome
some curvesome Darlire Jill in, "God's Lit
tie Mre,p, actress ray Spain
finds that the school hard
knocks is just beginning. She's
being kicked, slapped and gen..
erally, pushed around in her
current movies and on TV. But
as long as sb,e's noticed for act-
ing and not cheesecake,- say
ray, the leek with the pain.

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DR. DASTON

the -University. of Oklahoma and
is a graduate of the foreign serv service
ice service program at Georgetown
versity in Washington, D.C...; He
ban, served onthe staff of the na nadotal,
dotal, nadotal, archives 'Of the ited
States and as archivist of the Uni University
versity University of Oldithoma.
,
Litton's other work in Latin A America
merica America includes service as librar librarian,
ian, librarian, professor of library science
and' as consoltant; in Nicaragua,
Colombia and,Brazil, For his serv service
ice service in Latin America, as well 11S
for his contributions to the pre preservation
servation preservation of the archival treasures
of his home state, Litton was el elected
ected elected in 1955 to the Oklahoma
Hall of Fame.
He is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa and author of various pub publications
lications publications in the field of his special specialization,
ization, specialization, library and archival
ioail ohki sit at ohroymoaf, sthaed m5Oitsb,
science. In 1957, he wrote a two twoav
av twoav vme9r
sion into the Union.

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TURNABOUT-TA cat can look
at a cockateel, all right, but
from inside ;the bird ,eage?
However, trading plates is not
uncommon for Sari who likes to
sleep in Butch's cage. A COCIElkg
teel is a small Australian par parrot,
rot, parrot, They're pets of Mrd and
Mrs. Bentard Noble of Lake Lakewood,
wood, Lakewood, Ohio.

SIIING spilOpED
SYDNEV, 'Atm 021)Sir
Edward liallstrom chairman of
Sydney's Tarango Park Zoo, said
be 'personally would escort Aix
Australian ko..ia bears. on a flight
to San,. Francisco within three
weeks. t
, Hallstront revelled that' the kil
AIM' destined for a too in Sato
Francisco,' would travel aboard a
chartered, olane. Installed In their
I crates, he said, would be tree
'forks so the small tree beau
would 'think they 'were la mei
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MISS MIDNIGHT'tp
' Eddie Fishers Ilraintrut heid
a Summit coulerence in ,Lne kAts
NOTEBOOK'
kills the other day toplan ,, the
best way of bolstering' hit popu popularity.
larity. popularity. They decided to emphasire
pathos, letting. the pubdic know
how much he misses his children
ont,. bow ,iumiinedersfend7,.' hs.s
been since be left, Debbie...fon,Liz
....Ave Gardner is in it bine 'mood,
and suuw;akiri t;t14,AkibZ ,Jost
recent ram enc. ;, ended. With a
lily, Alien gniiref 40o.
beautiful ladies ,to the ;sneak' Pre,
view coi tne tiew
film, "Five' Pennies" and 'clemOn 'clemOnstrated
strated 'clemOnstrated that he has :a tender
heart along with all his.othee ob obvious
vious obvious assets. 'He was ; observed
brushing away, tear during the
pgignant scene rwhich a Attie
I is stridknVith' p011o. .'Xur .'Xurent
ent .'Xurent betting Hollywood favors
, David- Niven to" capture' the' Os Oscar
car Oscar for ,hest male Starring pertore-"v-r.
.A1,4 'IOnef PeoildWar;,tn.
sliders expect'Howard Lindsay and,
i6tiase, IN.eousk. tne
comedy "Tad Story." tO Win -an
Antoinette Terry' Award. 1,,Jar 1,,Jarout,
out, 1,,Jarout, writer 'Jack Kerouvr intends
to Sue MGM an up upcoming
coming upcoming picture "The beat Gene.
ration. He' claims' he invented the
title and they've no right to use
it without paying him,
Those who've, heard -producer
David MerriCk ;Outtering,about
all the "concessions" ,he's ti made
since-"Destryo went into 'rehear 'rehearsals
sals 'rehearsals would, be surprisedbut ',, not
TOO surprisedif he announced
an important change in the cast
of the musical before its New
York premiere.
,
, L,ucky Msdelyn,lihne,", aa; ei eirt
rt eirt r eMoT roo;tmisr, onfongt ifs: to, t.er Y.BFbia'el aniGayntrdu n. oei iw,ur Boo; nbwu, Tagti chhtn1 thewt
from Frane ,Ivhete he mad r
ord, dates an& two .-movier4 with
Brigitte Barna. Comedunflkiar
ty Allen is distressed over the oc occident
cident occident lit which his best girl, Ka Karen
ren Karen Hanson, WAS injured the other
day. She was hadlv hustle in an
auto track-up in Hollywood. ,;
Jackie Gleason.3 invOteft-,'quite.
lori.une into ikettying his
new house in Westchester ; but
even so he intends In spend most
of the Summer-at Fred Waring);
pSIIIIswnee-oarthe.Delaware resort.
Lenny Bruce's Opening at the
Dllant.41918 -It Ps tke,,d
,:,appreciativer; Avprofneldbnal
folk Jeven 'the Tmissing",: Phil
Foster showed op) and the 'little
nitery has been turning away
customers at every performance
since. He's a far?frorn convention conventional
al conventional comedian, but a remarkable ta ta,
, ta, -1-0'14t1Wittl
- t
George Raft is sticking to his
story that he's never seen one of
his own movies. He even ,turn ,turned
ed ,turned down a chance to see himself
with Marilyn Monroeln "Some
Like It Hot" while he was in town
.Red Buttons hai aline t000ver,
hi's new Shade, apinky-blonde
hair, tinted for screen purposes:
: "I never though my wife and' I
would go 'to the same beauty
parlor."
I Hawaiian 'inngintie,, but
Inundating ,Tin, Pen One
distraught publisher' ", 1650
Broadway posted' this sign On Ilia
Piet. door: "No Sono. AuAltion
ed If They Contain ',The Words
'a.oht),
,,,,
-TIVe P. Morgan hat, given -up
smoking, after years -Of trying,
courtesy of the, hypnosis n, short shortcut,
cut, shortcut, .Ever sto many- doubting
Thomases in the Slicker :industry
refuse to believe Diane,Varsis
nouncement that she's quitting
the movies, They, w,ager, her ex exodus
odus exodus to BenningtonviVt:, is a
carefully concocted pubhcity gim

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-mick 4"Iteturn, Peyton
Flace;;.',..'Mr. 'Bing will learn here
'that aria Callas isr back at the
' Met. ,A- stray cats-wandered, ante
the supers' dressing room, so Wet
adopted. it, and mimed -.it aft -:;
the opera world's most'''. colorful
soprano. .Ex,Mayor Bill O'Day- :
er's taste la girls has remained al -;
the same impecealte level since
be left' Gracie' Mansion:, He turn- t
ed up at, the 'Colony the otner
eveningl with an absolutely stun-,
ning brunette,' ,- ;.'
-Fred Katt"'who'll accompany ;
Frankle Leine at the', Copacaba-
na has written a jazz operewhith
he' hopes -to have produced, on ;
Broadway in the Fall with' Fran,,-
kie in' the leading rolm,: -.Audrey
Meadows -got herself a fine, deal :
on the.new Sid Caesartelevision :
seriesco-star billing, ind she'll
own a piece of the show. Th,tt's.
why she, turned down- five, other,
Tv offers, including ,f1My 'Sister
Eileen." 4 Ot 5
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GRAHAM OPENS CRUSAOR .:-
CHRISTCHURCH,. New Zealand :2
(UFOAmerican evangelist Billy 1';
Graham arrived 'today-from
Australis to open his "crusade
for Christ." Graham told- news-i
;nen '2,11e i believed 1 world prayer
could -arnVViorldliVer.111.
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ErrANDour;' Daughter of
veteran movie Stand-in, Tarot
Maritmgh la getting'
ler chance before the cameras.
At the tender nee of six,,,she's
appearMeort -Bob! ,Ctinuninge
TV show. 'Her dad, Mal Mario
hugh, was Carratant's Stand-in, 1

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PANAMA' IAMERICAN ms, MMIPENDZYT,DIAT .tawtrirar
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alernceo Sunday &GAO Al. uill
CRISTO3ALs ArtiOnellit Legion ILO.'
tarvicoo Sabo, MIAS At ILISKI sin
1110 AAAJO: kieue No ,8036 litia 06
ounosi 4.30 0.mt

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The Umtarlan, octiti'
'llo3.0
'0- illide'362
Aneott litlyeseti Mame Mimi.
t 11110011.. e f-;
Yew' Invitation to
, Liberal Religion.' r
toC011 tl,1111t CAUSCII
,
titont 3,140ii ,
tdinuila bildiworth, reel
, luDaay Saw I AS A
boatiutil w 1. li.ku
tJutosl 4 s isu
, &emus VI' oratip t ;11111. pa!
Prayg Obit
Licit 1:00
' ithrosuoracoci-4s1 kienuay
SWAM e Ni I :Oa pat
ottbita tion4ty
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j,,trIEST 1111Plitri ,4
Salbos Hoishlo, C, L
1137 &noon ftulovard
- ammo "So 'Melba.
, rho, babes rirt
- William Sostrkr Postoll,
tu:doy School k4 ea Iti';111130 4.0
rhihil Worship 6ap.r.ti 10:45
aoptiot e l'ratnina 11;11611 pM
Lvonoollotto Oorvico AO 0.m.
Proyor kitettna WOOhimAoY IWO 0,111
bO MS Sib,' Study Tatire
daYe Otell
Men's protherhood
Mondsz cumtbb ?At
' BST strturt Cat' Rcs
Margarita Avimue at 5th Strait
' Margarita, Canal Zone
Bev. Wandall C. rather, Pastas
Sunda, delimit OAS At
Morning. Barship 11:00 sat
Baptist i'rainint thdon.4', 1:30- OA) 0
AliCalth IV ; A 6, : p.m
Brotherhood, Tuesday, ,,. I:00 pm
IflYer fieratem, Wednoodays Vs pm
M U tot Srd fridayo
G.A. A Is Sunbeams. A
tridaYO ;30 o.M
, ,.'ll?It,4..4-1
111- ;)ia' 4;1'41 1-5. I
laivation-xArmytA,
,t,Noti..4swintiletionai tvangelistie
Meetinp)
'PANAMA cryt 4
Major ai Mrs. W. Bishop
February Street Phonst 26 30054
,J1:o0 Holmes" Meetino
, 3:00 Sunday-Schook 11;4 1
, 1:30 Salvation Meeting, -s
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1DARMSO, C.I. :
Envoy & Mrs. L Moseley
, Guiana Street
-11:00 Holiness Meeting
, COLON CENTRAL
Br Captain & Mint 111 G
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loth Street, phone at143
t 11:00 Holiness Meetina t
3:00 Sunday- School s
1:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THI.R13 STREET
, Sr. Captain IL Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting,
3:00 Sunday Schooi
:30 Salvation Mooting ''" '''
RAINBOW ctn.
Envoy J. Gill
S:00 Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meathig
plO......PMONOIIN..01IMMIPdoIMMO.i6mdOm...,iMMI1..
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BALBOA '
The ,Sev.,,Ostat W. Olsen Pallet t
Balbot Road ,at San Pablo Street
Pastor's phone 2141411 A
r Church office 2.82311
11:80 Wan. tech School ,, Free bus
Service.- Classes tor all ages.
0.M.Worshit Service Church
Timi 4' &Ott HOU lot, Kindergarten
and Primary children. Churchwtime
Cradle Noll and Hungry.
g:00 High fellawship.
all p.m.S:00 Junior High
,
I:00 prn.-414mior High Fellowship.
MAItgARITA
Margarita Ave. and Boliva$711Vy.
Sim. Theodore IL Franklin Pastor
?hones: Oittre, 341112 111491,
Sunday alarviseal
0:41 a in. Church School Sus service.
-Camel:, Nursery through adult.
MOO cm. Morning Wnnthio
all,rar fru infants and mall,
4
1:00 p.m junior rellowchip.
CO pm Youth Yellowithip.
A complete acheilule of &warner Ile
tivitice end official meetinp as Ino
tiouortit trom wtek lc week.
GAgeoRt
Sov.! altar, Aldartaa, rafter,
Oft.. 0470 11-130 r
9:30 fit Sunday School,
20:40 cm. Morning Worship.
Official meeting' antli weettday
atom ast announced
,NOIOVIN
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Christian'
,
J4 4 'denied Citut'clusa '''
,l'hurth 01 Christ. Scientist. Allow
060 Aneon Boulevard
,,'Stroolat Services 11:00 cm. 4,11untlay
'School ,9:30 a,nt,
, Wedninday 0:00 p.Irt.' 0-1 '''' 1
'Needing Room 11011 lialbos Road Open
, 124 except Sunday imd holidays front
, 9:90 to II:30 cm. and 1130 to 1:00 oats.
SeturdaYt 9:20 to 11:30 cm, ro
Evening Hours II:00 to 11:00 p. Mimi
Wednesdays anti Saturdays.-
, FIRST' CHURCH 01, 'CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Cristebel
All 'etturch servicea -will be held ht
the Ground irloor Room of the Masonic
Temple In CristOte insist door, to the
Margarita tioriatt Entrance is en Sail
boa Avenue through tho Arcade,
f. Sunday servic. ti :00
Wednesday Evening l'eatimonial' Meet.,
11m o'clock.
. Oa,' Schaal is held It 1130 sm. ;
1, atting Boom Hours Monday SAO
, 0:00 pm. Wedneaday 11:00 to 7:11

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. 7- tOnS School is' hold It 1130 sm. Sunday Schoott 1130.0m too Sunlit,
1, atting Room Hours Monday 11.00 Religious inetruttion Ciallit for Chit.
, JO :00 bat. Wodne,day 11:00 to 1:11 (Iron. 4:00 Dm on Thursday.
p.m 4 Instruction Ice aduita tests tests,
, tests, YoU'Art cordially Invited 'to attend ductod Spanighti I:00 o.m os Moo
the Novices and to us tho leadindjay
Room , Convert Instructimta bp appointment,

Churches oll Its sway faiths is the Casal Zoos, and the terminal skim
ativrs desk tie otitis. be Wednesdilv sees th Willi of toott ;halloos
' for the-Semis. Saturday's church ogee. -,
t Ministers. ehorch wistaria mid 'Omelette are asked te inform the
Palmas end Colon,. Republic; el Palmate. 'stead a wskome at ad'
- times to noes end women et the armed services. and le elvillas
, hers. friends sod stranaors.',., ;
, As a publk service The Pesaro Americas lists below. hp dimwit.
, aatione.- listless of hours of worship and ether regular activities.
, Listings art rotated from time to ilms Dassminetions bevies only
ese or hre teserseatioris aro listed vadat "Other Churches Services "7-
A special Sating is Included ter services 0 Arm, posts. Alt terse bow
soil, Naval elatione.o.' .;-. .; 7

tr. 'curl CDUICDgaitges
Sunday Masseor,120. COI 10'00 end
1120
Pity Day aim!: 11:11h D 26 LIS
Coat one. Saturday! 1110 to 6:00
and 1,L00 to 120 was Tbuteday Kohut
first Fricla 7:00 to 0:00 was. ,,
Miraculous Modal Nogoust 120 A.M.
in Mondays
Catechirat eisaat attars int SAIll'usam
on Sunday ,-
EDO echo& Studs Cult 120 pa or
Wednesday
-I. SACKED MAAST,..Anetto
Sunday Muses. 6264 120 A CIO aro
Holy Day examool SO onJ 1:00
ContessienL ilaturdly 11110 to 6:00 and
MI in II:00 oast, Tbureday liatore titat
trlday 000 6,2
Sawed Keart Dirrotiolat 120 Aso no
Irridays!'
CI:tech MO Clatai, Sal SO 426 1126
Thursday
!,s,,P
', 0111 LADS 01 ItATIMA,4'..urundo
, Sunday Masa at 120 am.
Holy Day Maas it 120 p.m
Confessions: 4:00 to 4:44 Das so Sat.
lurday r
Catatonia Clam: Saturday 1:30 le 10
amt.
JOSSFIMratalso
Sunday Mama at 1:00 and 1:11 amt.
Holy Day Maio et 11:00
Weekday Massic,,,,. :00 a m.
Conlotalonmikiptday 1:30 to 1:30 and
'JO to 120.
Catatihism Clow' Sunday 100 to 4:00
Miraeulous' Midst Novena' 10 0.0
C011, ktiotructionat Thursday 1:00
10.01.
ST. VINCtNT13Panand City
Stmday MI0846: I:00 and 1:30 am3
Holy Day Masao; 1:30 and IMO mm
(It it 11111P On Saturday Mut Memo are
1:00 and 1:11
Contaisional Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
1:00 to 1:00 NM Mandato before iriret
Friday 3:30 p.m
Miraculous holl Mill NC Aftfill and eta,:
Ilona of theCrosat friday 110
Catechism Claim Mkt 1:10 mato on
Sunday
Thursdai
Consort Class. SAO mrst, Tuesday and
THESESA'S.,tmeell
Sunday Maas 11:30 a tw
HWY. DIY, Mass,:t I ;00, eint --ilt It tail'
on Saturday -1:30 cm.)
Catechism Clam Sid le SIM win on
Monday
Conteseionst 11:,00 to SW wto Sunday
, ,
, 411..4101m- stPTtirf be; IA tA14.s
;, Sunday atames, 11 MO and-y:00 Itt' 4 :
evetoiaeltIottaya atm a 4,30, Ilion., WI
rri. and Sat, Sind triday MO: 41: a.m
Holy Div Hamar 11:00 tin to 11:00
.
Conteestona: 3:30 to 4:30 and INS .to
II:00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Modal Novels: nide, tato
Catechism Class. 8:30 p.m on Sunday
SI tHsitkersup Sees
Convert Chita Morida ,7:30
Sunday Masa. i,110 am
11011, DIY Maw 6:80 p.m
Contamions, SaturdaY 6:30 to I:30 p.m
Thursday befall, rinit 'richly 6:30 pm pmCatechism
Catechism pmCatechism Clam: 3:16 p.m on Sunday
Sacred 'Heart Notions' 7'00 am on
friday 4 ,,
Convitet Class 6:30 .m on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDI
ST JOSEPH'SColes
Suhday Masses. 4.45. 6,00 and 9:16 a.m
4. Holy Day M10010 5:45 and COO cm
nd 5:46 p.M
Contrition: Saturday 4:00 to 11:00 000
1:00 10 0:00 0.01
1111111011i0UP Medai Novenat WedneadaY
6:15 and 7:00 1).M
Sacred Heart Novena. ItridaY 4:15
Sunday Evening Service 7:00 p.m
C011001 Claw 715, Om ton Mondays
and Thuradays t
Catatrionn Class. Sunday 10:14 im
L1:46 11:00 p,m ito 4:00 p m,
rirat Triday Exposition of Most Woo Wooed
ed Wooed Sacrament all day Repnaltion at 510
a.m. Saturday mommg
First Saturday Devotion to Or lAdy
of Fatima The. Holy,. Rosary-5SO a m,
Fire CoMmunion Inatructiona for chit..
dren 'Monday end 'Thyroidal, 6:00 to
MIRACULOUS MIIDALCrist- abet
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 11:00 and 10:30
Holy Div Magatte- S:00 :00 arm and
5:15 p.in
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to S:00 and
7 :00 to 0100 m-Attat-Reolary aach ova ova,
, ova, 4ilillitirsottious Modal Havana: 1:11 and
7:00 pm. on Monday.
CataelAsm-Claaa: Attar g:00 Mato on
Sunday. ,"
Pint Vida, Expalition all day during
the School fur.
riret Saturday: Mao at
110Lit PAMIL7 CHVIttit to Margartta
Sunday Mansell. 7 :39, 11 e
Yirst Saturday Mrpt il:00 arn.
Morekday Mammas: COO a.m.
Sarirday 7:00 0;0. to "S:00 p.m 1
MiracYlotto Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy si.,ay 7!SO II:10 p.m
Contaration rolitS Om to 4:40 pan
vary Monday A
Oarlah Family linal'ry and
tionadiatiott 7:00 0411
twara Wainodor,
Piacumion. inquirY ,:Clroup 710 p.m.
- ave0 Friday )1
5 tat Friday ,Phriiitte111 '6 IMO DAL
4 tat tSaturday prtosiono Too D
' , 1
' vINektereRainhow city 1
Sunkist ilaralom 11:30 a m. and 11:00
a m.
Hoty ,Dry, Maroon 10:00 a.M. nil S:00
to. ,N N
ContailioAst 0'100 lb and IsH) to
00 p.m Saturday
Catachiam Clam! 10:40 a m on Sunday
Convert, Clam,--OVItrikt Monday at 7:00
Miraduloue Modal Mavens IMO, so"
on Tuoaaay.
' Baena,' Hoot' litotinitt IMO yak On
hid, t
: CT)1-4-CaPTION,.4311tio
nundai Shoo Ittl Ain ,'
1, Holy Day itsmi1 SADja.st,
',,Centoradano! 11:30 to 7:00 no, en lido
arday 4 .6 4, N., t'
CCOteettilir Clam, dna era mmIttall
ODS LADT OP, DODD CADMISL
' Sunday Unsung 100 and 1:314",
Nab, Day blanaon a.ny and IN
Contioolono Saturda3P, al 1:80 11.111:
otter 41) booming dovotionc, .,
vilontinna by oppokittoonL' '',
Minion ,blodalNovonot, 1:00 0.01
on tot000y..4.4ott,
tittered noon Novonnt',11)0 11.61 on

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piscopal!:,.
The flirt IL Hebei filmdom
Bisbee
Flo lista nee Malawi -Petenes,
'. Dalai
-
- THE CATHEtinAl. Or 1Ft. LUX'
' SUNDAYS
SuNDAYn
1.30 CM' Holy COMMilltiOn. ".
II:11 am Church Schooi 42102y Com
munion 3rd Sunday;
0:30 amt Santa Communion. Ord SIM
day 4 ,
lieauela 11:13
11'00 em Sort:tint Prayer and Set
mon. Holy Communion MI Stodgy.
, 7:00' o,m tvenina Service.
- LSD Iti3
C311 IL Holy Controunies.,
1:00. e re termini Preyor
HOLY DA VS
11:110 ash Holy ConultUnion.
20 a re Holy COMMUnidNIL
3Att.,1
Lib a a. Mamma Prays --
IF:00 MI,-da,t Hisesionary Pruett
COCO y
Church ei Andrew
The Set William W SaidOlo, 1
Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy CinninUnion -1;10 am
Family Prays and
Church Sehool I II:20 am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
litiornino Prover Samson 11.00 11.1111
S,:nriay each monM,
WEDNESDAYS , '
Calunintlien 0:00 illJe
COROZAL,
Chapel et the Goad ShFlytord ShFlytordThe
The ShFlytordThe Sot Cistern. W ea
Priest in Chorea
li, Mornine Praire.
illC first Friday each ldtMlh).
!' 411A04110A
Illmon's Chinch
The Rao John Speer Print In Charm
Choral, Sucharial and tier.
SUNDAYS
moo .p TM 1.m
4 Churdi School cog nm
poloopai Young Church:me 1:00 m
Ivensong and Sermon y dlO
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and rittoAva -4F'v ,, 1 ,,
Morning Prayer and Holy
Conunumon pr, COO m
Svenin4 Prayer ol 7:00 0.m
'Woman p Auxiliary, Slid old
wittiNtsnAvs THURSDAYS
HWY Communion ,, em
Momind Prayer 1..t...., 0.m
tvenini Prayer TrOe bas
SATURDAYS
II amity Eucharist .. a :30 a m
Office of Complind t:01
LA SOCA
k St, Petees Church
The ilev John Spear. Primt ta, Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
t School alao" Os,Ooles.,
ti men .04 ,,0":P; 10 131,tak
Confirmation Class Ar 1:11 1 m
Choral Eucharist and &IS
Holy Baptism '', . .. 13:00 noon
Evensong and Address 1;30 Dm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 0 1:30,Das
THURSDAYS br 'EAST DAYS
Hole Communion 9:00, a.
PALO:, SECO 4
Chapel of the Holy Comforter 1
Van B Shirley. Pr lad b Charge
THURSDA YS
3: 0 a m, Holy Conununion.
fl
. MARDARITA
Church el St. Margaret
-Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Cottununion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
.11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Conununion first. Sunday of
tint month,
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARA'S
The Res Allan IL Wenn.
Erier4 in Chugs
The Rev. David A Osbente,
Vicar ,Emerints
ISUNIDA ,
440 Oita goeharlaill ob damns,
9:30 ab Infant Baptism.,
4.tou n Z;hurch Rehm.;
1:00 p.m Youth fellowship
1 00 Int. !Cremona and, Address.
Ind and 4th WEDNESDAYS
ill out Woman a Auxiliary and Al Al'
' Al' ire Guild Hefting.,
, PANAMA CITIt
lit Paul's' Chortle
rho eye Lemuel Shirley, getter
The flee, Carlton O. Mendes, Asst.
6.00 cm. ,kloiy Canuntt Mee
Otto cm Stint tuertaraM Ir Sermon
t0:48 a a4 MOrnittl Prover and Churcri,
11:00 sue He leapthmr,4
7'00 rhar So !mut Vespers
theta h Straining ,I334t
tutsuavs-- ,
8:30 e,m Holy t-elnmuMen
1:30 tvonia. Prayer and Sermon
VilitntittUATO '
0:06 4 m Hwy CoPetunias I
, 1;00 liventnk prayer
L'hUltruMTa AND PRIDAY6 ,
8:30 Holy Communion
HOLT DA8 '
-818) Holt Communism,
CHRIST envacH
Colon. R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington!
The Rev. J. Peter farmer Ratter
The Rev. Henry A. Disks. 'Assistant
' SUNDAY 4 f
4:00 1.m. Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. bottom Evensong St Sermon
1:10 a.m. Horning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Euchorist lung Sonnet!
10;30 a.nr, Church School
MONDAYE711ZSDAY THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Horning Prayer ,
6:00 1.m. Holy Communion t
5:00 p.m. ZVOnifil Prayir,
WIDNESDAT'4,
3:40 a.m. Mbrning PraystA.,
COO am. Holy,. Communion
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer It Aildrest
t PRIDAY
1:40 a.m. Morning Pram
1:00 p.m, Evening Prayer ,'
1:00 am. Children's tucharigt
''' k' SATURDAY
1:40 6.111i iorning Preyer
1:00 a.m. oly Commimies
1:00 p.m. venhig Prayer
1:30 p.m, Office of Complinc
St. Christspher's Chattdi
leth threat, rarqut Leavy,
Ciuhnes w. Kato. ,
Piled in 'Charge
Se Clarence A. OugoraL
SUNDAYS "' ",
6:00 am. Noly Conunurrica.'
lag am Sung tucherlit and ammo.
10:30 am Morning Prays! and Church
18:06 nomi Holy Segment.
6:30 Int 'EVenenng sad iermeed
14P Ir and Woman's Aux,.
TUESDAYS '
11110 Dm tu alet Daughters fit the
'110 sm Vou reihrtralstg:
WIEDNr.snalra r
, 1:00 sm. Holy Commusume
,

, A'4'
;10. 11,01 Pre' ycit ti;id Seligieue
Instruction.
THLISSDAIM
1:00 e,a Girls reload!" Society.
11:00pm. let sod ltd. Sinsietoom.
SATURDAYS
Steil 11111 Junkie Cconftrotaties Ciao.

Othet Chtuctiii
- CHURCH or rini-NAZAIISN1
frangipani S Amon. C.I
Rev. Elm 0 Nolen" Paster
Sue 291 Balboa. C.Z. Sal 1-24101
Sunday Scheel OAS Oak
W01111011 Ser001 t at 10:41) egg
Youth Service ..... 4:46 p m
tvangellatie Sor.v.ice 740 p-m
Prayer Service Wed. ...-P itte
gittliODUIT
Sulitay: a.m. Panama Weseyi
, 1030 aza Sunday Salon!.
7:111 p.m Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
Sunday a.m. pars's
111 a.M. Pavilion Sunday' School
Litt p.m. tarsi'. Evangelical
METHODIST NOTIVES
Sunday, Oat. littb,4 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Witten S.D. 1 Mr. A. A.
;Avant
MOriday., Oct. 'Elth-41:80 Rm. Prepa,,
raUon Class, Mr. Geo. Mitch 140
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl ford. I
Tuesday. Oct. itist:30 p.m. Girls
Lorgue. Mrs. E. Ling.
Friday 1;00 patoChoir Prectico.
,
CHURCH OP THIS NAZAIRNE
Mount Hop. Canal Zone
(acme from Itt, Hop RR Station)
' Rev, Ralph Hyaena, pastor
Bag 1010 Margarita, CoS.
Phone 3-2470
Sunday School 9:411 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic .Service 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Service,. 140 p.m,
NATIONAL LUTIST CHORCN
Panama Ord Street test
Mov tr Brown. Minister
Divins Worship ...... to:30
Sunday School II:00 P.m
Sunday Mama 1:45 U:46
RIO Malik
Sunday School COO P.M.
JUNOVAWS WITNESSES
1 Msetinna Thursdays at 120-p.m. arta
Sundays at 4;06 pm .. Wirs Samar las
406 Balboa Road Reba.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 am
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a:m
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday SA p.m.
Retie! Society, Tuesday 1110 am.
MIA. Wednesday 7:30 pin.
PritnarY: Thursday 4:00 P.M
Ts lenhons Balboa 4227
Atlantis lirancli
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatlin
Sunday School, Stmday a.m.
'1,erement Meeting; Sunday 11:00 gin
CURUNDV PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church!'
Milton IL lAidig, Mahan
Phone Res 113.71111 r 113-11101
Sunday School ... 11:30
CA clam tor very age; 1
Morning Worahip ... II IN sin
Youth rellowithitc .,., S:00 p.m
Zwerling Worsrnp 1:00 Pin
Prayer and Praise (Wet ) 1:00 pai
A church surety is provided.
OLis carmout imuami
St Raphael the Archangol
13tb at Holt NO 1
Haig Suchadatt Sqaday at igat ism
ri
W.10.141011 p)titAtisv,
,:30 SJIV
Sacrament oi 'WOMB het
'two Pint Sunday et lamb month a
110 ,
ONENOINIO
Mosel Malibet, Christie Clutimb
, 'mama
ittn T James, D Mos
officiating
Morning devotion 44 it, 11.
Fellowship Worship v.. ..)4.1. 1110 cm
sunday School 41.34 310 Pin.
CHRISTADELPHIAld MIA MISSION
1104 Silt and J. Arossmerta Coln
SUNDAY
Memorial Service-10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m. Are you
Bible lActura 10:00 a.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Class 7:30 p.m.
Your Bible Teaches That Christ b
Coming and will Reign on Lath
Aro You Ready?
SA11.1111
H first Street
UrbanizaciOn Si Carmen. Panamint Cit.1
molormat Talks end Discussions
Thursdays 2:00 pat
Cities. Mk Si femt Streets
(Mistake. American Samar)
Study 121 OM
, SET1112. MISSION mynas
Sapalabe St Panda C.Z.
Rev Waidaba Itimart. fader
Sunday: 11:00 tun Worship Service
COO p.m. Sunday School.
1:11 p.m. Gospel Simko,
kionday: 120 Toting PeopWe Society
Wednesdayt :30 11,14week Christian
fellowship.
Thursday! 1:00 Choi; Reit'earsal.
friday: 120 Women Missions SO'
THR CHURCH OP GOD
lg St. Pavia Letevra. Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvick Overseer
. Sir, C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m. ?,
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
Weekly Service. Nights; NI onggy.
Wednesday and Friday. kr
Irma CmIscn ot Goy f,
littli St. (Monte Oacuro
Rio Abalo
Bev. William 01. Johnies.m.Pastot
Sunday School ...0..4. 0:30
Morning WorshiP a 10:30 Cm.
Sunday Night Serv.ice i.do 7:30 p.m
T1111 CHURCH OF GOD
4030 Eighth St.. Colin
SIM L. C. Oonaldetta Pistol
Sunday School ,, 1:30
Morning Worship 0.., 10:30 Lin
Sunda Night liert;ice 1:30 pan
THIC CHURCH OP GOD
New Providence
Km. M. Hines..4Pastor !-
Sunday School ,. 10:00 cm
Morning Worahlir 4...44,...,4 11:00 amt
Sunday Hight Service 40, 7:30 Pau
. OUST CHURCH 011o, 000
Cor. Jamalci as 'Prillidad
Rainbow City ,,t
Sat William 141vhiptomf' Plater
Sundry School,.., 0:30 oat
Morning Worship 10:31 am.
Sunday, Hight Service 7:30
"'COMMUlaira CHAPEL' '",
' Diablo Heights. CZ. 1:
" (near Diablo reboil)
Rev. ,Cari V, Theinpren. Minting
BON n. Diablo Heighto CZ.
Phenol Roma Gambol g11 ..
, Church 4371
Sunday School a 10 V mitt.
Wonhip Servire ,..t 11:13 0.ni
istith Service ....a7,,'
ngelistle Service .,. DM
edneeday: Study 4
and Sonde .4. lige P.m:
ma,
unittmant LIMYRAH
, Hotbed lead at Wight Street
Ikea, Hebert Guesicks rule
PD. Roe Sat Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Claes OIL
Divine Service,. 10:11 ,
, Holy Comnitinimil flint Sundry Wr the
, Atlantic Aide ;
, Coes gels Chapel
It. Frederick Ficag
Divine Berries It a.m.-
in ly Conunuttioth last Sunday et the
?I

Jewish

,t
Jowtve elfin moats MCI M. Li
Auto 36au Salim& CJL lobtit Mather
Vistkisi bisctor.
orris trick,. 141 94116 leturokt
1:31 p.m
4See att4 iitings of dewtsb oorvbee
rev, owns lames ant Stationn
4-Onligbasabon toi Shearith Israel. Ave
,stais Cfila and Nth Street. Bello Viola
Pamara City Ssvices win
41mimmonommoramolpommommpomMIMIonnonomonm
i' Pt .iiid,:lii
PACIFIC SIDS
- Protestant
tort AMADOR
Junior ChurchSund17 kilo I:00
Morning Worship 10:00
Church-tims Nursery School 10 :00
- Pollowship Hour 11
FORT KOBRE
Sunday School :00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth Fellowship ;30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Wonhip
Uonunuoion First aun 111
day of Month)
TORT CLAYTON,
Sunday School '1211dg. 128) 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth FellowshipSunday 7;00
ALBROOIE AM FORCE BASi
Sunday School' 9;30
Morning Worship 1:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 8:30
Adult Bible ClasoMonday 1:30
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday 8:80
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHkisEL
Monting Worship 9:01
Communion First Stm Stmday
day Stmday of Month).
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Cations
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass 4:15
Sunday Maisel 8:30 & 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6:30
FORT K011811
Daily Mall!
Sunday Matsui 11:00. 9AS 11:45
Confession; --i ilatUrday COO & :30
Catochism ClassWednesday 4:00
U.S., NAVAL evrArioN, RODMAN
Sunday Mass 9:30
FORT MATTO!,
Deny Mass 11:00
SaturdT Masa 7:00
Sunday Masa 8:30
Confess ons -4 Saturday 1:00 MOO
COROZAL '1'
Sunday Mass 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mess 0:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 1:45 & 12:00
Sunday Maas (Spanish). 7:00
Novena Services Tuesday 7:00
Confessions .0 Saturday 7;00
Jewhh
FOrt Kohl Saturday 2:00
11904W1.! BalboaFriday 7:30
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4:00
U110.4WI, BalboaSaturday 5;30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT Guucx
Sunday School
Morning Worship 10145
Coffin Call 10:30
Church Nurset7 10:10
' Catholic
FORT GULICK
Deily Mass 4:30
Saturday Maas 11;30
Sunday Masses 810 9:30
Confessions Saturday 12:00 12:30
1:30 7;30
Ton GULICK
MA 110, ? 115
TUIMAIL3r 6: el t Mny
'4; 144.,,rt og qut4
- Seventh Day'
Adventist
, Weekly Service" in all churches
, as follows:
SATLIRDAY' '14
Sabbath School II:30 SA.
Divine Service WOO a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:110 Pau
WYDNESDAY
Bible Study and Prayer Service
1
1 AO On
Mine Side Panam
Pastor CR. Archbold Tel. 22-3-3890
Cabo Verde. Ave. de la Ossa No.
17.
Chorrillo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between lird
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo llth St. No. 27
Gamboa and Frijoles
Pastor W. H. Waller --, Tel. 5-550
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel, 5-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side POnaMil
pastor Daniel Monocle., Tel. 25-3-
6175
Panama. Calle Darien No. 3.
Pedregal & Nuevo Murat,
Atlantic Side
?Agar G. A. Jeffries Tel. 2-2103
Cristobal English leth & BOliVir
Ave, ,f
Colon. trd t.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3.2103
Cristobal Spanish leth BOtiVar
Ave. Central Office
0344 Gavilen Road. Balboa
24851 & 2-2531.
tioteAktOote
,
LAS VEGAS, Nev. Singer
Eddie Fisher, 111601111Cin his en engagement
gagement engagement to actress Elizabeth'
Taylor and their, plan' to go to
Europe at the same time next'
month: 1
' "We ire vtry much in love and
geoing to travel together ex extensivelyeAnd
tensivelyeAnd extensivelyeAnd we'd like to travel
as man end
CHICAGO' Howard Kilox,1
describing his bride-to-be, ,fortner
man turned WOMan Cbristinn
(Gearge Jorgensen:
, 44.; 411 woman warm, 'under 'understanding,
standing, 'understanding, gracious and ,entirety
feminine.", , ,,
'VATICAN crry Pope :dim
XXIII, promising Nevo intellet intellettuals
tuals intellettuals the ',Ionian Catholic Church
Would recognize and support ',an
African tlture based on "Itive
for,lruth and peace. t
""Wherevet 'lenttine, values ,of
art and Thinking can enrich tbe
human -family. the ,,'church is
reid) to favorOhet, work of the
.
C VEDOM, England
Annie Cleave's son4n-law, On
the fleyear-old woman opent-nearly
ber entire life's savings to fly
to the bedside of ber dying friend,
Mil. Elfriedg Berne' of Mesilla
Park. MIKA
1 ,"Mrs.,Barnes" gratitude is 114
only reward maker : looking for
and abe knows already that she
has that." ?
CAN'T STOP
'IAN ANTONI61 Te41:
Auto driver Joe tontrearas, who
lives at 114 Can't Stop Street,
gave pollee this excuse after aft
accident in which his tar skidded
11 feet.: '11 touldn't stop'

. 1
WASHINGTON CUM-- I
Thruston R. Morten (R-Ky.) took
a close look Friday at the GOP1
leadership post he is expected
inherit next week tom retiring
Republican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn.
Morton and Alcorn held a Wash Washington
ington Washington breakfast conference which
was described at GOP headquar.
ters as a "general talk about Sen.
chairmanship.
Morton, who flew into Washing.
ton Thursday night just to see-Al.
corn, flew back to Louisville, Ky.
Friday without making any form.
al statement. He already had said
he was available for the job if
the party asked him to serve.
In Kentucky, Sen. John S. Coop.
er (R.) forecast Morton's election
ana said he "will ',make a great
chairman." Cooper said support
for Morton in Kentucky "Is unani.
mous and enthusiastic. 1
"I am confident that he will be
selected," Cooper said.
Even before Alcorn's resigns.
tion was announced Wednesday,

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Demo' liacte'r Join 4on Scaled Again
-rcir. Inaction On'thiiitiloynieni Bill

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WASHINGTON (UPI)Sen. Pat
McNamar, (n-Mich,) a c cu se d
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson today of
letting own on his jou as benate
Democratic leader.
The Michigan Democrat sent a
scathing letter to Johnson object objecting
ing objecting to the Texan's failure to take
a stand on the recently enacted
unemployment compensation ex
tension bill. McNamara and other
liberal Democrats had backed a
stronger version.
,McNamara said the incident
"raises serious questions in my
mind about Senate majority lead leadership
ership leadership or the lack of it".
The attack wee the second pub public
lic public complaint from a Democratic
liberal about Johnson's stew stewardship
ardship stewardship as majority party leader
this session. But it took a different
slant tItan the first broadside.
rroxtukte ku-sstis)
charged in several Senate speech speeches
es speeches that Janson had imposed one oneman
man oneman rtsle -- or too much leader leadership
ship leadership on Senate Democrats,
Proxmire said the typical Deme-1
cradle senator was left out of leg legislative
islative legislative policy 7 making.
McNamara's criticism w a
viewed as 'mien' tharper thali
Prormire's and his letter was
worded in a tone that was severe
even for the blunt Michigan son.
ator.
'Charging the 'jobless' pay Wen WenSten
Sten WenSten bin, snowed, a
.JOlititibiretesPensibilities
as leader, McNamara asked 'lust
legullativu pro
does the Majority leader exercise
his functions? ,What is his func function,
tion, function, if not to lea ?"
Atie ,egitilauOu wait passed in
the lasthoura before Congress
quit for EiSter.:Preident Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower signed it this week. It pro
vided a three-month extension ,of
jobless payments for persons
whose compensation periods were
running out, but failed to &awl,
workers whose benefits had al already
ready already expired.
Senate liberals lilt the bill
would provide iittle help and got
behind a substitute sponsored by
McNamara.
Was not in the Senate
when ihe bill was passed after
some frantic last-Minute maneuv maneuveringoy
eringoy maneuveringoy tiouso a,u acuity ,ead ,eaders
ers ,eaders to reach agreement,
McNamara said in his letter
Johnson had refused to take a
stand oil his substitute because
the Senate Finance Committee
hadn't finished its study of the is issue,.
sue,. issue,. Nusands Homeless
As Spring Shirms
Continue Rampagte
BOSTON, (UPI) April 4
prings floods, fed by April
shol nehing snowbdw.s
kent more than 2,000 perlons 1
England and the
Midwest today.
The twoos iollowed a weeklong
weather siege of tornadoes in the
South, dense fog in the East, and
heavy rains in the North. To Together,
gether, Together, the vile weather combina combination
tion combination had claimed 20 lives.
Tornadoes and high winds since
Tuesday had killed .10 persons in
Texas, three in Florida, and one
in Oklahoma. Wisconsin -and Ver Vermont
mont Vermont both reported single flood
fatalities.
0" r-ofe Cod, Megg.. 8.3.toot
trawler bit I sand 'bar in hea heavy
vy heavy fog and broke up. I' o r
crewmen swam a hao, m4le to
shore, but three 'Others drwned.
The same tog doomeda crippled
U.S. Navy Superconstellition at attemPitin,
temPitin, attemPitin, Prt emereency lyneing on
a shrouded airstrip at Argentla,
ounotRod. Onel matt w a a
killed and seven were 'injured
when the plane, crashed act d
burned.
Parts of Illinois, Wisconsin and
Iowa had been living with their
floods for more than a week. A
total of .1,700, persons were hoine hoineless
less hoineless ist the industrial Roddord,
si ea and SO families-4h
enuiva est 'of SOO persons-4 a d
had ,,been driven from their ,1041-
Inge' hi Moccasin.
In cohtrast; thi Nati England
hoods swirled up With little ad advines
vines advines warning in Vermont and
New Hampshirti. They were ex ex',Med
',Med ex',Med ft spread rapidly through
the' six-state'NeW England region.
The New England floods ware
choked by led floes so big they
mapped a 113-foot 'metal radio
transmitter tower likt, a match matchstick
stick matchstick 'on the Sugar River near
'Claremont,

informed sources matie it known
that Morton was President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's first 'choice for the chair chairmanship.
manship. chairmanship. But party traditio,n rep
quirea the National Committee,
meeting,in Washington April 10-11,
send formal delegation to ascer ascertain
tain ascertain the PresideVa wishes and
then conduct its election. s
Alcorn said. the election will
probably be the last event on the
national committee's April 11
agenda.
Alcorn fed be WAS retaining re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly for personal and profes profesinOnal
inOnal profesinOnal regions that require hint
to return to his Hartford, Conn.,
law firm. He has served as GOP
ebairman,, without salary, since
February ), 1957.
Morton will remain in the Sen Senate
ate Senate if named par:y chairman, fel fellow
low fellow 'Republicans said. He was
elected to the Senate in 1.9541 after
three years as an assiAtant sec secretary
retary secretary of diet in the Eisenhower
admihistration and six prior years
is a House member.

Theft, he' said, Johnson refused
to take position after tkecom tkecommittee,
mittee, tkecommittee, acted because the leader leaderWhip
Whip leaderWhip ocould not go against" the
committee.
McNarama stdd Johnson's atti attitude
tude attitude seemed "very strange" to
him. Wheo the bill got 4.o.the Sen Senate
ate Senate nem', McNemar laid "you,
of course, were not in tha Senate
that day."

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Every Member of Your Family Will Enjoy
the Bible Study, Music, Gospel Messages,
Fellowship There's Hearty Welcome
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.,,8:30..LSoattistrli SUNDAY SCHOOL Ettlish 9 :301
'Why rid eoitie to a S, S. that faithfully teaches no Bible
as the infallabile Word of God? Now is I sood tint to
enroll your family in one of Our claues. This Sunday begins ,-,
new Quarter's study. Get in on the link class. Invite ;
your friends to come witteyour v

1,1 0(6-1,"WHAT )klr'tifiltCESiRV PRAYER?" 1
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You will -be helped by this Biblical message on' Prayer.
'What does the Bible Bay on the subject of intercession?
Who can be an interceaaor? If you want to Immo, mere
about prayer then eft with a prayerfUl heart.
6:00 JETICADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
01' f
7:00--"ECHOES FROM CAMP EL VALLE"
The youth and counselors (77) who attended the youth
camp will bring their reports to the congregation. You will
want te hear them sing report on their classes, activitieli;4
and hear their spiritual experiencei. Parents are urged to
be prestrit tht;thil iervice. ViAitors welcomi;
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REVIVAL APRIL 12 19
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illustrates the 4 experiences of the Christian life.
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PROTESTANT CTRUNDY
The youth and counselors who
attended El Valle, Vouth Camp
will report to the congregation on ,,
the week tomorrow evening at
7 o'clock. -,
The reports 'will include class
studies,' assembly, recreation
campfire,' morning devotions:;!:
eventhg vespers. The. campers
will sing, give their testimonies,
and share with the congregation
some of their experiences of tbe
week of christian camping. Each
counselor and camper is urged to
be present for this service.. Pa Parents
rents Parents are retninded of this Venial
service end are asked to sUpport
their young, people.
,
Sunday School begins prompt.
ly at 9:30 with a class for lever,
pee erouo, During the MOrnint
Worship the pastor will speak on
the sermon topic, "What is In
tercessory Prayer? ." Holy ,,Cons
mullion will also be servett duri
ing this service. 1
At 6 .p.m. the youth groups
will meet In their respective
plates. 4
Aprill 12-19 will ;be special to tovival
vival tovival Services in the church eacb
evening. Rev. David M. Howard, ,':,,
assistant general .directoi the
Latin America Mission will be the
guest preacher. Special revival
music Is being prepared tor the
services. The public is invited.,
ATTENTION SPINSTERS'
LONDON (UPI) The egis egistrar
trar egistrar general bad,,an encouraging
word today JOT, English ; spine
isters who' maYJ, be seeking hue-
bands 40 years from now,
cials released statistics ,showing
that by MS there would bi only
503,000 more women than inen
In England and Wales. Women
now outnumber ine.,a by 1,490,000.,

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i dicated today that the,expertsroit throw out the
' Ost year" of 1958 as just one of tho'se 'things.
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ihbtaineil from the Philadelphia cago WhitekSox, 2-1, the Milwiu MilwiuP
P MilwiuP es during the winter, the 200- kee Braves scored a 3-inning, 4-3
d tfireballer. became the first victory over the Washington Sen SenS
S SenS n Ftancisce pitc,her to go the stors, thepAltew York Yanitast beat
d taw, esterdsz when he' pitch- the Los les, Dodgerspl-Cf; the
ti betroitligeis wiiipird theCtacin theCtacine
e theCtacine illgeitanntsd rndalasts4.viCterl ever nati Reds, 10-5, and the Pliiladel Pliiladelsi
si Pliiladelsi Sanford and Sam Jones can phia Phils beat the Baltimore
p cb up to their potential we can Orioles under the Miami lights, 7-
g all, the way," manager Bill 2 in other exhibition games.
R gnetlurs been saying all spring. The Pirsalesi batted sfolind for
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"We'll go as far as they can take four runs in the second inning and

u rot six-hitllitchigg'frorn Curt RIOT
anford pOs'ted a 19-B record as don, Don Gross and Bob Smith.
it oolde in 1057 but was a big dis-,Rey blows in the big rally were a
a pointment with a 10-13 rezord I double by Dirk Groat and singles singlesI
I singlesI t season. Tbe Phillies sent him by Itnnic, Foiles. Roydon and Ro Rot
t Rot the Giants for San Francisco berto GleMente.
1
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nter. and Itiansprissorn combined in a
anford's performance was sig- seven-bitter that enabled the Car Car-
- Car- si icint because he had his worst clinals to end s six-game losing
mints in ill first tVio' inningS.
ky'COlivito'homered off him in
t first inning and the Indian's
p shed him sround for four runs in
fe
streak. The Cardinals go't oniy five
hits but'seored-Ag the third,ow.Don
B I a.s i ngame's triple and Bill
White's sacrifice fly and again in
e first two frames. Then Sanford the fourth when Curt Flood hom homsIttled'down
sIttled'down homsIttled'down and shut out the Tribe ered.
I !Ant:
Thu -.2121;a7irancisco sock,: thWe elsaianoggte4' ehstImbeiwbereenkftlbtPe
tapsed:dadnied-Itesoos;
'gnat- blastoehomars to help.
ha Giants now have hit 42 horn',
y far tho most of any team on
ha Grapefruit circuit. Braves ana Seiattifs IQ 'Matted
the plate in the seventh and John Johnthe
the Johnthe Braves ., ft ;
John Gabler and 'lack Monroe
. nsas City Athletics, 6-1, the St. Imes who got the only run of the
lob
' gueld,idOrtlhasndr:.1 (Weanstheirnfirktne'fro,sermiventebB.srtruatoiglihtthlroesws.
. ing the Giants from behind. out the potential winning, run at
,) ra during the exhibition season ny Logan had four hits to star for
I ThVPittsburgh Pirates beat the hurled two.hitter for, ,tba ,yan ,yanuis
uis ,yanuis Cardinals edged out the Chi- game when Gil HicDouggici slam

Wes Coirtngtob's htmerbreke up 1
the 124,aalng col' est ,,between,t the
Braves ana' Senattifs atid 'rrialted
Washington'ftseventb,strsight loss.
Center-6'14er Brutore threw
out the potential winning, run at
the plate in the seventh and John Johnny
ny Johnny Logan had four hits to star for
the Braves ft ;
John Gabler and 'lack Monroe
hurled two-hitter for, Tan TanImes
Imes TanImes who got the only run of the
game when Gil McDougeld slam slamMed
Med slamMed a homer in the secOnd In Inning.
ning. Inning. Gabler worked six innings
and gave up only a leadoff sin sinQle
Qle sinQle to Jim Gilliam. JOhri Rase-
boro,biat bet to mire retAlkre Oho
ninth' feleiht1.04,001 1101P0,5".
The TiVeris romped -to -ain,h easy
win over ,the Reds, as Rocky Brido Bridoes
es Bridoes blasted s two-run hompr aro'
two other- hits.: Nine of the Tigers'
runs cameirtthe firgt two inninol
Off bonus baby'Jair-TloOk. .rtotikte;
right-trIrttfrvimnprat
start of the wino. Don Lee. Don
Mossi and Jerry Davie Yielded 10
Cincinnati hits including homers by
Frank Thomas and Jerry Lynch.
Jim Owens and Ink' Meyer of
the Phils combined to hold Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore to four hits. Owens was tar!-
' ged for three hits and two runs in
flut firs it"7" u"")Terfftrintrtittirlrftlrgr
'ball-for the next six frames and
Meyer allowed Just one hit in the
'last two: HarrrAnderson and Cart
Sawatski each clouted a two-run
.'oemer for the TM's.
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I NEW YORE (Ur1)The MHO
States Lawn 4,ennik, Assn. will an an,noune
,noune an,noune Saturday whe,ther the 1959
13savis Cup ehallepge mind. will-be
14ayed at rutest usual er
,at a new site:Doi-A101es-
The USLTA haslealled a prees
onference' for 3 p.m.; e;.t., to
announce its decision. It also has
advised that' its lidministrataVe
committee Mity not be ready to
make its announcement -until
slightly later if' it flint into' any
snags.
, Victor Denny': USLTA president
from Seattle, Wash., OW announce
the site bf the. first' challenge
round to be held iiit.thi collatry
since 1955.- '
The U.S. regained the big silver
Davis Cup for the first time eince
1955 when Alex Dime& of Peru
sparked a 3-Z triumph over Aus Australia
tralia Australia in the 1958 challenge round
last December at Brisbane.
Since then. it 11-, been reportNi
rer,eatedly that this year's chal challenge
lenge challenge round hvill be 'played at IJOS
Angeles. f&lant, as soon as his
players WOW the' cup at Brisbane,
!Capt. Perry' Jones ,f Los Angelea,
said he honed to see the to50 010-
Ilenge round played in the Rose
Bowl.
Recently, the, Australian Lawn
Tennis Assn. apparentiplet the
cat out of the:cup tby reveahng
it had been ;informed by sthe
USLTA that the site would be an announced
nounced announced April 4 but that it "prob "probably
ably "probably would be staged at lAis
Angeles." ;

1, k7-Iki ,71; 'Y'
Panadi Optil lentils'
jouptopetpt Be.O.k.:
tomotrOVOltithint'':'

The 61)6' 'Tetuf Tburnament
will be inaugurated on the courts
of the OlyMple1 swimming pool at
9:00 a.m. tomorrow!
Connie ,.Bp11,,a,rtd, .george
will play the fikst,singfes tintilla tintillament
ment tintillament after Bill fiele and Pinola
go against Huntley Dimn 'and
Buck Jimenez.
t
The following a,ge entered in the
tournamteluan Ilnytheiernan
d6 Brad 'Atberfd-toti "tud
tfocip; 1;0W n
Yearwood, Car ltofi Taft, 'William
Arthur Jeorge F Gencich, Rich Richard
ard Richard Piticus Bill He10, Mechail
Levinson, A. Nesbit, Connie Balll
Saverio Melfi, Hans Newman, A Alex
lex Alex Newman, Guido Deganello, A
Walters, George Howell, Cresly4
Guardia, Ju4n Maduro, Arnoldd
Suitrez, Midde Stahl, Pedro Con Condon,
don, Condon, Tico Hauradou, Daniel
Smythe, Milford Abraham Pancho
Elie, Gabriel Obarrio, Cecilio
Omphroy and Juan Fernandez.

Dave Hoyord Wins
kobbo'Gait lourney
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'TheLlitur4risitglilkgOid elutl
t hOI0' Oliutiate41 th
annuae rt obi MO Thum.
Ineattcontpue4 Atthe' final round
as Otr144, Da X. Howard downi
ed sharpshooting Capt.. Robert S!
McCienaghan.

Lt. Howard, the surprise of the
tournament, turned back Capt. Mc
Clenaghan 6-5 in their scheduled
40-bAle. playoff match at Fort A'-
nada., Atithe, end of the first 18
-boles off,Sar-,14.. Howard was tw
up and nOttiffribn the pressur
with a tetrittiltr and long iro
game. BrA e the two-some
'teacheg, the; 27t,h! bole, Mc Cle na g'hani-
was dOWITAi four,holes and trit
ing4 to re,gaip forin that brought
.him vietOty over Sgt. Fc Archie
F. .Stubbe,the tournament favorI
4e.17,
Although McClenagban played
very steady' golf iu a match that
featured-a number ot birdies, he
cnuld not make the' necessary
comeback and the match endeS
ton the 31dfole ai Howard took a,
leid'Awitklust five remaiti-1
ing to plgy4' .;
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ordeWm. ,get into the finall
'round tlieViro had to knock offi
last year!Jr.ttop men, Sp4 Warren"
Neshittzlind Sgt. Stubbs. Mill
luttlidI low qualifying scores1
land wike the men to beat in the;
iqualltyjng round, but Howard man-;
,aged,to,,beat PFC Richard F. Call-4,
rstlilltatho looked like a seriogsl
'threat,' and McCienaghan took care;
of"SlY Nesbitt and Stubbs. Howa,rirli
also made short Work of Sgt. John!
T. Lloyd, another favorite after'
the qualifying rotind. I
l The most thrilling victory of that
,tour,nament was scored by MO
glettighand whe,n ethyl defeated
Stubbs on the 180i hMe as thei
latter blew a three-foot putt.
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GROUNDED...It seems strange to see Ted Atkinson watching fields leave the gate at Jamaica,
where he rode so brilliantly. The third American jockey to ride 3,000 winners was forced into
;:metirement after 20 years by an annoyingesaeroiliac. He is launching a new career as an official
',irt,tbe horse identificatiop bureau of New York tracks. He certainly is gialified for the job.
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NEW YORK (UPI)--Ill IIY Locs,
a, pitcher who doesn't want to
win too many games because it
might set a precedent of expect expectancy.
ancy. expectancy. is comfortably installed to today
day today where he doesn't have to
Wqrt7 gPIA,81101,4
Ikes, yoiMg .114idite
and sometimes incomprehensible
ideas, has been swapped from the
Baltimore Orioles to the Wash',
ington Senators. It's simply, a
matter of giving our business to
a new pawn Miop.
AigaspArfatitnqton, ;to
wl 111 en Or anYttilng
ite urf alley.
hen he went' tO the Orioles
three years back, that was Alleir
situation. Some people contended
he belonged there anyhow, what
with Billy being for the birds, but
he and Manager I'aut Richards
ftlimid"iili Might inuttial tdrdita tdrditaticin
ticin tdrditaticin idditt. '
It lasted just as long as no nobody,
body, nobody, -including Richards, expect expected
ed expected the Orioles to be winners.
Not that Loes couldn't be if he
so desired. This '29-year-old right righthander
hander righthander hat 'all 'the mstutr neces necessarild
sarild necessarild b 20-game winnet But,
as he onte e'xplained it, "If you
win 20 games one year then they
expect you-to do it every year."
Would Require Effort
This', of 'z'course, would require
a great deal of effort. That's not
for Billy, who also has confessed
in the past that baseball is simply
an easy way to make a conifort conifortable
able conifortable bundle but that, aside from
this, te, Imtes the -sun -and the
game bores 'him.
A screwball is t pitch and
Billy Loes is a pitcher. But there
is nothing to be one' if certdin
people:,,become. slightly confused
Becamse.qqbAdx can understand a'
psytholoky. 6400;4irifts ,a man of
tilente to tight-yeat 'high
of 14 victories in one season.
, His refusal to win 20 games has

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The 1959 Pafiama Armed Forces
Company, tevely, Softball Tourn Tournament
ament Tournament got 'off to, a -aparklitig start
at Albrook'srBeaon Stadium ,Fri ,Friday
day ,Friday afternooti '. with font 7-thrill-.
packed gaines,'Iq ,upeuing',' cere-
monies, i Cpl. Arthur t P.. Iltirro Al Albrook
brook Albrook Base Commanderi, fired a
bouncing Istrike 'and the ;t76th Al'
Band played the National, An:
them. ,.. ,,, ..
In the WWII encounfer, Ft. Rob.
bes Hq Vend 3fq k;Co- Asto, Battle
Group defeated Army, Atlantie's
549th .34P Compaq ,k ivy ,,,,titt, 8 3
score. I'hiriP,:peker'Watli Pucci
doubled;,i home titreel lig ,f01,Co,
scores..sJoe Chambers ',,walif,'. the
winning: pitcher, and Dan Gratin
was charged with, the-defeat.
Ot ,, '', ,RHE
H andj1 lst Battle Group -8 5 2
549th 54 PConipany2 ii 3 7 4
Johnullobblei set.',' d;!itia the 624
1M a chAne Records nit IA
FL Athador On 4 scratch' singles
as Navy Communications 'Station
(Balboa) defeated MIltkin a fine
pitching duel.; Opposing hurler
Phil Vescio gave up only 3 Nav
hits, but one was a boomintlriPle
by Navy's Frank Dotter, who sub subsequently
sequently subsequently scored op re single by
Joe Scauzillo. Navy scored their
other run on a throwing error by
i
Ft. Amador'sr ght fielder.'
IT S Navy C. tation ' 2' 3 :2
dititM 'Chili. 4 ecord-1.144!' tv2 '1.
Albrook's 5700th Operations

something to do,with it, for,-bvery
time he has gotten close he has
developed convenient sore arm.
Then, too there are always the
,
umpires.
Once, when one of the men in
blue ca)10. a questionable ball,
Billy,wanted .to ,roll the ball tq
the plate on the next pitch. TIM
was in his days with the erstwhile
Brooklyn, :Dodgers and catcher
Roy Campanella talked him out
of it.
Last seaso6, with Baltimore, be
stugit At t9nglie openly as it
EkrePa Pug 10 ihiOW' spitfee 211t
umpire chariedl. Billy devilishly
displayed a dry ball. He was
warned. Billy stutik out his tongue
again While preparing to pit?.h.
Again the 'umpire charged.
So did Richards. Privately' he
e,hewed Billy out,

,sf (ri
- End 'of Lino
Later, When Loes threw the ball
away in -disgust in another game
and permitted a run to score un uncontested,
contested, uncontested, Richards "had it." Ile
fined Loes and suspended him
three days. By now the love feast
was over and Loes openly enti enticized
cized enticized Richards as a man who nad
set himself up as a deity.
The only predictable thing about
Loes is his unpredictability. You
can take that from Campanella
who recalls a game in which ';,e
gave Loes the sign to throw to
first to hold the baserunner
Campy relaxed and almost missel
the ball as Loes fired to lhe plate.
"I went ot4 and asked him
didn't he, get the sign," Can1p3'
says.
"What sign?" Loes demanded.
"I didn't see no sign. Tell you
what. You go back and give it to
me again and see how we do."
"So, sighs Campy, what you
gonna do?"
RiChards did It And Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, where victory is a stranger,
looks like a good place for ,Billy
to make friends.

Squadron.' ghve up 5 runs iv, the
first-inning, then bounced back
with '5 of their OWn in a big sec second
ond second Aiming to eke out an 8-7-verdict
ever "A", Battery, 4th' Gun' Bat Battalion
talion Battalion ,offArmy Atlantic. Albrook's
John Hdrdin, plagued by earl),
wildness was invincible aftey, the
threeOpening frames. ,',,,
,
:131as Figueroa led, "A" Battery
at the "dish" with 2 for 3, driving
home 2 runs. Art Adams1 was The
big gun for Operations, banging
out a two-run single in the second.
Joe Bednarz, in- relief of Rill
Sosebee,.was the losing hurler,.
5700th O. S. (Albrook) 8 ''4
,
'At'Btry,, 4th Gun Bn: ;'S
1 Headqttarters Battery, ''ilth'"tuo
'Battalion 'of Ft. Chyton- defeated
the U.S. Marine Barracks (Rod.
man) 14-5, featured by the 1I
strikeotat pitching of Charlie Car Carattini.
attini. Carattini. Headquarters Battery jomped
(itit to On early 11-0 lead, which
dwindled as the Marine bats
began' to boom. Big blow of the,
ivening was a 4th' inning 2 run
homer by the Marine's HaF
Thompsen, the first of the tour,
ament., Tom Ekovich led Clayton
at the' plate, garnering 2 for' 4.
Edmonds, who was hurt 'by
wildness and frequent Marine mia miacues
cues miacues sfield,was ,charged with the
defeat.
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Btrit 4th fiun-Bi., '13 6 1,
U.S. Marine Bcks 5 4 6

CFN Radio-TV
Sports Schedule

Radio

HALLANDALE, Fla.
The 5100,000-added Florida .Derby
drew a field of nine- three-yearolds
Friday, including the three
leading sophomores of the Florida
racing season.
Observers predicted a tight fin finish
ish finish among Easy Spur, Troilus and
Sword 19ancer at the end ,,af Sat Saturday's,
urday's, Saturday's, mile. and one-eighth ran
for- the' big 'money and a $1,000
blanktt of orchids.
Easy Spur, owned by former
boxing mogul James D. Norris,
was early favoAte at 9 to 5. on
the basis of an eight-length win
over Troilus last week in the
Fountain of Youth' Stakes.
Others in the field' are' Rico
Tesio, McLellan, Rare Rice, Rev Revolutiunist,
olutiunist, Revolutiunist, the Chosen One and
Master Palynch. If all nine go
the post, theeighth running of th:
Florida Derby will be worth a to total
tal total oof 4116,400 and the winner will
ctillbet $75,2100':'
The forecaztis for fair and mild
weather with a fast track. The
race will be televised nationally
(CBS) from 4:30 to 5 p.m. el.a t.,
with post time hated at 4:47 ti.tn.
-The outcome is expected to in inlaterite
laterite inlaterite ,the field and early 'Odds
tor, th'e ''Kentticky' lEittby'xi 1.
William Hartack- asfricle
Easy Spur in a bid to win his
third straight Florida Derby. He
captured the hundred-grander in
1957 on Gen. Duke, equalling the
exiting world reco1 of 1:46 4-5
for the nine,Jurlongs. Last year
he o rode Tint Tam, Both are
owned -by Calurnet Farms which
does not have an entry this year.
Easy Spur never has been de de'
' de' feated at Gulfstream, winning two
1races last year and twb so far in
1959. 4
.

Big leagne baseball returns to
the UN short-wave sports sched schedule
ule schedule this week, as the majors open,
their 1959 season. Other athletic
events on the radio and television
program include:

Sunday, April 5 Nlasfers' Golf
Tournament, 3:10 and 5:30 p.m,
Tuesday, 'April- 7 National
League, Baseball Preview, 2 p.m.
Wednesday, April 8 American
League Baseball Poview, 2 p.m.
Thursday, April 9 Baseball,
Baltimore Orioles vs Washington
Senators, 2 p.m.

TV
Friday, Aprin itrrestling, Gene
Stanley vs 'Nature Boy Bradley;
Tokyo Joe 'vs Don Lewen, 10 p.m.
'Saturday, April 14 Lucky La Lager
ger Lager Sports Thne, '5 p.m.; Bowling
Degby from Dutch Gardegs, Lake Lakewood,
wood, Lakewood, Calif.i 11,31f.P.M.
nd esday, April 8 Wednes Wednes,1;
,1; Wednes,1; day Night Fights, ,10-round light
weight match between Itylf and
Perkins.
Thursday, Aga ft Golf Show,
Sam Snead vs Lionel Herbert
from the Boca Raton Golf Course
lin Florida, 'P.m.( Fight, of the
1Week, welterweight bout between
Jordan ana Red1; 10 p.m.

.
- $4.44
CLARK VS BURTON
et' C
h.., a (UM
f.arnar-2 Clailt,;,1Htab Stat ehe-a
vyweight 4e champion; will meet
Tony Burton, of .Los Angeles in it
cround hout here Saturda
night.iClark', has knocked out 38-
(4'39 opponents.' 1
LEWIS:NAMED COACH.,
PATBSOK-03. '(UPT)--Aub
rey former',Notre ,Dame
halfback, wig"' named head foot football
ball football and track rtoach at Patersoit
, Central 'Higho, School' Thursday., 4
PAC:KERS SION NORNUNG
GREEN BA, Wis., (UP 4
PauU Hornung, leading ground!.
gainer and scorer for the Green
.Bityl!'Paciters'AaliVtseason,' has
signed his 1959 contract., 1
,
, !...

Vince 'Medinats sharp 'single to
left in the bottom of the, seventh
inning Wednesday ,night at Quinn
Field scored the winning run and
brought the Fort '-Kobbe Softball
Champi6nship to Mortar Battery,,
lst Battle Group,' 2tith Infantty,
over the upset minded Headqaart Headqaarters
ers Headqaarters and Headquarters, Company
nine.
Going intO the last 'of-thi ,siv ,siventh
enth ,siventh with the score tied' at Ave
eact the second basemarW Harry
Ikner, 'gotion through. an, error end
was' advanced to second 'when the
pitcher, Francisce
down a perfect bunt. The time-was
right' and Medina caino,:,throup
with his third' hit' of the ,nigni-to..
Headquarters opened thefirst
with tWo hits: that, prociticadIfpne,
run, but wep, soon helund
Chambers -walked"- ithe0 VObblertei
leadoff ilia4i' l'Heci .4,strup$rilie
next two men popped out and
Chambers seemed to be out of
trouble when Charlie Hittib' blast blasted
ed blasted one out of the park 'to aceount
for two runs, Both teams' were
out in order in the second, but
Mortar Battery pulled ahead three
to one when they,tallied again in
the third.-
Clutch play. In, tee-infield& stall,
ed threats If bbth "'We's" In-the
fourth and neither managed to
score on two hits ai)iece. In the
fifth the hitters found the range.
Headquarters picked up two runs
on three hits to Pe the game, but
the Gobblers weld' not Re be, ;den;
led as they came-back with two
runs to make-ther-scorelive
three.
Two-run innings seemed to be
the style of scoting then as 'Head 'Headquarters
quarters 'Headquarters rallieS with, two more in
the top of theiseventh,to diadloch
the game at five alt. Medina,theti
came OroughAvith a hit to, score
Ikner and the winning run.
This final game proved to be al almost
most almost a duplicate of the previnus
night's game, which could have
been the final ..the, double
nation tournament, had,,not 'thei in inspired
spired inspired Headquarters team scored
a run in the bottom of the seventh
to defeat the Gobblers, 9-8'
Going into the, game Tnesday
night the men from, Mortar, Bat Battery
tery Battery were undefeated'iind heavily
fevered wraprthotAgniesrupias
tney had banded the Headquarters
team their only defeat earlier, in
the tournament. Mso in favor
of the Gobblers were their two
strong pitchers' in Chaco and Os Oscar
car Oscar Hill, as opposed to the tone
abie-bodied pitcher, Chambers, of

L,
v
,BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams WonvLoat
Grecha Music Stori .6,
Dillon-Hickman 14 fi'
Bass Shoes 13
Boyd Brothers 12 8
Pascual Cookies 10 10
Ebonite Balls 10 10
ideal Bread , 91210
Canada ,DrY'r. ,912 1012
Camel Winston Salem 9 12
Paper Mate Pens 8 12

Paper Mate Pens 8 12
Turco Products 8 14
Pabst Blue Ribbon' 6 14
Leading Averages! (men) Alva Alvarado
rado Alvarado 174, Rudy 172, Nickisher 171,
(Women) Rudy 143, Metzger 148,
Smith 137.-- A
Bass Shots 3 Grocha '1

Grecha Music ,Store toppled'
more pins than all the.teams in
the league, except-the team, Bass
Shoes they were opposing, and EIS
a result Grechas good work Went
wasted because .the Bass Shoes
took three. However,'Grechas re retained
tained retained first plate 'but nowyhave
to share the spot with the Dillon
z
Dillies.
For the Bass victors, Don Me MeGuire
Guire MeGuire smacked S38, Betty Mae got
555, Big Jim Catron 575 and Senor
Kleischmann.,545 all handicaps.
These wiped out the scratch se series
ries series of three of the Music Makers,
Lou Glud 532, Vi Rudy 521 and
Don Rudy 506, plus,Helen Glud's
510 handicap.'In Vi's set, was an
even 200 game.
Dilion-Mickman 3
Paper Mete Pens 1 YT
The Dillon-Hickman Contrattors
were upset in' the opening round
by four pins, but ea'me back very
strong to blast the Paper blatt
Pens to smithereens ,in the re remaining
maining remaining three points. 1,',
The Dillons Dilliet had the ally allyer
er allyer fox, Lee Clont'
scratch, and,Bob Carlin was clime
by with 513 scratch 'Glenn
McNeil, went r overboard.';)with a
201 singleton, and ,549 handicap
set. OnlytBaul Alvarado was s 5C
bowlers via the handicap inedrum,
.with 500 right on the bottom., .1.
Boyd Brothers ,S Shonitsii
Psid Karst, continued iclassic
kegling by racking a 522 icratch
and paced the Boyd ,Brother"
surance solicitors to a to prem.
ium evening,' ove.', the, Ebonite
Balls. In the sideline battler 'Can 'Canny
ny 'Canny DeVeau of Boyds bested Burt
Doreen of the Ebonite' 545 to 507
handicap. For the other Ebonites,
Bess Shepard and 'Mary' Morrow
had 511 and 514 handicap'sets and

a

opmmo.

. t ,t
'single to Headquarters who had pitched the
le, seventh previous night against 14., Compa;
t at Quinn ny. ,,,,
ig run and Chambers started ';again Tues.
be. Softball day night and was noticeably-tir-
kr Battery., ed ,as Mortar Battery petked a-,
Infantiy, way ,at ?dm for single tallies in
Ileadqaart- the ',first ,three innings. After.pick- ,P
, Company ing -up one in the first,',,, the big
hat of. Headquarters boOmed
tbe third for six runs to make the
ed. at -five score 7-3.' Mortar Battery ,,;pulled
Ian, Harry within 'one run -when thdy'
e, error and two,in the', ',fourth end, bother in
I when the the' fifth. '
hat, Chambers tightened -down, in the
to time was sixth:to. hold the Gobblers score scoreic!
ic! scoreic! through less after his teammates had pull pull,night,t,..
,night,t,.. pull,night,t,.. ed ahead 7-5 with a Ions tally in
the ,,,-first the, fifth.' Typical, of Aourney.,play,
duced,trope, Mortar; Battery ''', Came prang!'
kind as..10e with two in -the top of theaeventh
GObblers'i to tie the game at ,seven ea'ch
strupirthe -,EmMo Garcia received' 'a' base
1 out and on ,balls to lead off the bottom of
be out of the seventh and was advanced to
fitt16' blast- setond on' a. 'sacrifice by Everett
'to sc,Count Fields. The ,liext batter, Bernard
!,ams were Hutchinson, wat,,' called Out on
econd, but strikes, With Garcia on' second
ahead three and ,first open 'Rolando Moncado
ed again in slammed an attempted pitchout
into center to score Garcia and
stall, send ,,the series into the,. final

,
- Although the poWerful Mortar,
Battery team won easily Anring
the early games to reach the
als undefeated,' the other teama
got qnuch stronger near ,the end :
mit bore .eiperieneo. To reach
the finals Headquarters had Lto
pull out -two close ones, over
highly spirited team from A
Company.
Last year's lost champion, B
Company,.wai-knoelted off by Ar Army
my Army Becurity: Agency. And finished
,in fifth place. iArmy, Security A4
gency was then defeathd', by A
Company and finished: in third
place via their defeat, it the hands
of Headquarters Company.. 4 The
937th Engineer Coinpanv
tion),,was 1,siathi ,D Company in
aeyenth place and ,Company,
34th Armor in the cellar.,r The
Tankers busy with their prepare-
tion for Rio Hato training, bowed..
out early in the' tournament.
Following the, final' game Col.
Ralph A: Jones Jris, battle group
commanding' officer, presented,the
'championship trophy to'Capt; Phi Philip
lip Philip R. Hertz, Commanding offictr
of 'Mortar Batteryi, and- the- sec- r
ond place trophy .to Capt, John G..
Oliver, comnkanding officer of
Headquarters and,' Headquarters
Company,

,

dkimm.ino

Bruce Morrow. iad a 504 "With"
series.
Pascual Coekles' 3
' Turco products I
,
500PahscaunadlicaCpookninewslehraad, atoond tananya
setback the Turco Sultans for a '3
to 1 'count. The Cookies won the
'opener ,by 22, lost the second by
14 burin the finale unlOosed an
'avalanche of marks to bury the
Turcos by 141 sticks. MimAmith
57T, June Ttlaney 511, Hubby Bob
one more and Joe Bieber 503, ell
handicap starred for the Pascual
Pastry Kiddies. Vit-Ortiz and Anse
Nickisher with 523 and 500 handi handicap,
cap, handicap, were the TUrco's Standouts.,
Canada Drr312 ideal Broad Vs
The first half champS,,Canada
Dry just waiting for the playoffs,
juggled their lineup and allowed
the Ideal Bread Bakersqmly aalf
a point. George Metzger was the
big guy for the Canada, Drys with
215 and 544 scratch, and Bruce
Hassler kept in shape and was
sharp with 516 scratch. Three .of
the Bakers sported good 500 nen nendicap
dicap nendicap series, but could not match
the Canada Dry's power; Nancy
Johnson 517, Bea Jensen 530 and
,Earl Fretind 500, The Ideal Breade
lost the last game 'by 20 'Helm
Pabst Blue Ribbon 4
Camal'Winston Salem 0

'The Pabst Illue Tt Ribbon, Beera
recovered their bowling touch and
in the evening gained more points
than they accrued in the total of
four weeks, 'when they dead a
shocking blow to the tigarrfllot tie
CaMel-Winston,, Salem, whb went
down for all four chits.: Harry
Rouse was the hero of the Pabst's
comeback with a. 22 521-811 se series.
ries. series. Picture-man ,Blackie. Miler
also regained his touch with 530-
584, and the Carters,Ilditinie Ind
Dee celebrated the occasion 'with
512 and 520 handicap sets,Una 1
mujer and dos ,hombres the
Camel-Winston-Salem, tried :to iv ivert
ert ivert the disaster when
scored 511, ,Tiny!, Lindenberg chip chipped
ped chipped in 508 and Cheek Book Jess
Pate split the timber for 552, all
handicap. ,

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)blers score, ;' :,
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led --' out :- on ....,:' .;,!..
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reclucts I 9
had oo many
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wlera, and thus
o Sultans for a '3
Cookies won the
st the second by
nale unleosed an
irks to bury the
ticks. Mini. Smith 1 ,
, 511, Hubby Bob '.
De Bieber 503, all
t for the Pascual
it-Ortiz and Heise
23 and 500 handl-
urco's standouts.,
1 ideal Bread Ifs
champs,,Canads 1
for the playoffs,
leup and allowed ..
Bakers;only miff
Metzger was the
',7.anada, Drys with
atch, and Bruce
shape and was'. 1,
i
scratch. Three .of
ted good 500 mitt- ,I
. could not match
's power; Nancy 4,
a Jensen 530 and
The Ideal Breads
ne 'toy 20 sticks.
e Ribbon 4 '
;ton Salem 0 n'
le 71 Bibbon. Beers
lowling touch and '.
ained more points ,.
xl in the total of
ten they dead a
the tigarrillot tie ,,
Salem, wh went 2.
r chits. ;HarrY
ero of' the Pabst's ''''
c 224i, 521-811 se- .'',
n .Blackie, Miler
Ls touch with 530- ,,
rters,1 Minnie and ,'
the occasion 'with ..' 4
idicil0 sets.,Una 's .,
.hombres ,,pf ,, the
alem, tried:to iv- .',
when Amy till! I
!, Lindenberg chip- : ',( II,
Cheek Book Jess I I

GAMBO,
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MARGARITA
7:00
PARAISO
7:00
SANTA CRE
7:00
CAMP BIER
7:00 : (1

--, --. ----- ----1-1 -is:II-die-apt; lost me iast game 1)y 20 sticks. ',
, ,a ti ATI OZ6 Ny'4 Ilir,Mily ,Avt,t1 milLI ... 16A1146M144 AC6161 ',",' mat company, Lovely. Softball Tourn- ondfhTing to eke out anS-7-verdict 1- ,',',''u'll.138. Kleischmann,,545 a ,
'I,' On ordcw-Iir get into the
nay, April ft 0. Go-lf Sh
, 8:15 r ." tr- ,: ',"'HIGII PLIGHT'il. CinemaSeope, round the lisvo had to knock oft ament got eff to, a 4aparkling ,start aver r'All,' Battery, 4th Gun pat. in ""', These wiped out the, scratch se- , .,,w, J
' Sam Snead vs Lionel Herbert Pabst Blue Ribbon 4 '
- 9, '''' 1- ",,,'-st 1,,,N:,,44,444,,,, A., ,last year'.0,-:top men, Sp4 Warren
G A T U If,. ' Rdry Calhoun -, 13eVericyc-uar at Albrook's:Deam Stadium ,Fri. tJahon ,ofrArmy Atlantic.bAlbrook f three of the Music Makers
Is from the Boca Raton Golf Course ries () t CamorWinsten Salem 0 l'
',- '""i44. 014e Nesbittz rand Sgt. Stubbs. Both dav afternooti'- with four 7-thrill,' ohn Hirdin, plagued y oar y . Lou Glud 532, VI Rudy 521 ana , i
' 7:00 'PP'. '- "THE SAGA OP HEMP' BRuWlit'' ....., urned lit low qualifying scores pa'eked gainetIn ,oRenine, cere. wildness was invincible after, Me in Florida, '7 p.m.( Fight.of the Don Rudy 506, plus Helen Glud's
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--,' 510 handicap.'in Vi's set, was an 1 Ribbon, Beers
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. or an and Recil; 10, p.m. reeveered their bo
MARGARITA -Kim Stanley L';vb,litild,tridges '' qualllymg round, but Howard mall- brook Base Commanderi fired a
:' rlas Figueroa led, "A" Battery I even 200 game. ,44, - -. whng touch and '
7:00 arttlE GODDES 04., agedlo,beat PFC Richard F. Cali Cali1
1 Cali1 bouncing ;strike,. and the .770th AF,
at the "dish" with 2 for 3 driving .. in'the eVelligg gained more points ,'
stilit,..rielio looked like a serious
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i 7:00 "THE LAST HOLIDAY" 1 of'Sly Nesbitt and Stubbs. Howarril ril, 64,t.84
a u t encounter, Ft. Koh. out a two-run single in the second. , , .. ,.... t, t ,..., shocking blow to the eigarrfilot tie
' also made short work of Sgt. John! L'l "'-q."4- to ,,..lat,,,,,Battle j Bednarz in', relief of Rill '4', f-,,-.1-N' ' ' CaMel-Winston,' Salem, whe went '4-
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()f thei 54c9othre Iligtioplieker'kratrIt rueCi ,' .; 0 0, , , CLARK ,,.y BU,RTON strong to blast the Paper Mate ,1,. a,.,.,.....,... 11. 5.21-611 fie- ,,
CAMP BIERD Tyrone Power Ave Gardner
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i 7:00 : (1,4 "THE AIM ALsoi RPM; .- ' ,Cleitegbene wien .10 ) defeated. nu '. pit 1Plilgt-e ,.,, Calif. ny.,,,,, Pens , .. 4,, a so regameo nut touch with 530- 4,
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-' be sarasf.'.-the i Headqttarters Battery '4th-ttin ''' .. i , tit 'il r 1 1 maining three points. 1, 584
La mar -..- Clarke, 1. a.. Stet ehe-a and' the Carters Min ).
winning: pitehert and Dan r
G Win B t l' f Ft CI t '4 d ft ted The Dillons Dilliet had the rally- nr . ,, nie, and
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e (Rod. vywelglit ',' champion, will meet er fox, Lee Clontz rollinv '537 "'
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aCinf R ;1 scored 511, ,Tiny, Lindenberg chip- '4 I
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- (Balboa) defeated MRU,,,in a fine ivening was a 4th' inning 2 run ray 4,ewis, former',Notre Dame Boyd Brothers ,S Sbenitsi'l '',' Pr' ,. ... r' .4 ...., 2
as Navy Communications 'Station began' to boom. Big blow of the pArrtRSK-.S., .0PpAu)). 4with 500 right on. the bottom., .1.,
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itching 'dila; opposing hurler homer by the Marine's '1114F halfback, was 'named head foot- Paul Karst, continued lelas, .,'41,i;,,,ii.,,),' ,-,
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20c. 15c. --- g5e, i 20c. il Vescio gave up only 3 Nav Thompstm, the first of the tome ball and track rcoa,cli, at,Paterami ke ling 'by racking a 522 Scratch .4.
hits but one was a booming,triple ament.,4, Tom Ekovich led Clairton Central:1,4hr School,Th ursday.,'44 angd paced the Boyd BrotheruIrt- .,. ,i'. ., ..
' Spanish Picturest MARK OF THE THE SHADOW LOTTERY NIGHT' t.
by Aavy's Frank Dotter, who sub- at the plate, garnering 2 for 4. i ,.., , ,,,,..... t ,, mance solicitors to a 3 to tpretn- TuDAY ENCANTO ;35 .20
' MIERCOLES DE HAWK .,, .., Chapters 13-15 II A M L E T se,quently scored on re single by lim EdMonds, who was hurt'Iy pACREItS SIGN HOR,HUHO Em.l. Y.
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, : Arturo de Crdova Aisin,e,4 ,,..,f e ,s1 f, 0 71,1,!8?:
- Also: other run on a thrpwing error by. cues afteld,was ,charged w t th. G Wis (UPI) i-; ny DeVeau of Boyd! bested Burt
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- btam eil from the Philadelphia cago White...Sox, 2-1, the Milwitu- :nonage Saturday Whgther the 195
...TH. p 'es durm g the winter, the 200- kee Braves scored a 3-inning, 4-3 .Davis Cup Challepge tionticl will-be .,
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Elie, Gabriel ()barrio, C e c i I i o ed tne Orioles to be winners. and permitted a run to score un unNot
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the CFN short-wave sports sched- '', 14 ,1 6' Turco Products 't : 49'
' '.Y t-, .:'',;'' i :-'" ',,' .4;' 1 :rtI'''',., : ,--,,1' innitillats r rt 'Itiablii OW Tourna, a grea't deal of effort. That's not first to bold the baserunner Bass Shoes ' 13 7 ' i
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' "TH1 NORRIS PLAN: ,An:, day
mow 'thatsthe old, Ja Ja';
'; Ja'; males race' track ,has been,,taken
eVer by C0Mmissioner,' Bobohloses
for a visehousilig iteielopment;
and if there's any ItistIce : in the
world, tapped 4-otit horse ;players
" will,get first choice of accommoda accommoda'.
'. accommoda'. tionsi lint' Norris and associstes
sold the' ridardsen stocklor $360,,
000, ahetirtivice'what theypaidolot
it ;so business-Wis'
' TUF1 pretty good Store. ,, As a
m.atter' 'of fad, the Garden attain attain:,
:, attain:, ell, its highest-fiscal 'peak under the
f, Norris' idittinilitrittenoe'r,',',LeW,
Is philosoPhieir. You are 'young
onlyonce,,,but itt zott Wolk it
enough!,
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:AARON Oti this' inirti inirtieider
eider inirtieider day ihe riewsospers kuoted
Rank'Aaron: "Tbey'll never get me
'7, to play second base, and that's
The.. Brevet are herting',,i'at
ascend :.and,Aaron had- tome:'110-,aa
1 a second 13118eIrlitill with all-star
'f rank,' Otierte& a Braves': spokes spokesman
man spokesman told ,ust, "At long ad We PIT
his Salaryt Where, we
tell him.", "In' tontrasti, the great
' Stan MustelVnorytestinely shuttles
! behveefilsutf40
ingi it wetild,t,seern: there. Sri h1110
lesgueriCarid",big leaguers. Asked,
to explain Ms unusual success with
pitchers. the Orioles,' Paul Itich Itichards
ards Itichards sal& "Abilitythe pitcher's
',' ability.r I Merely tr to sell 'Om
confitlence,,tbere's po vossible waY
to make a good..pitclier'out of a
bad one. I won't even 'Iry."
ViARM UP PITCHESt,;. In our
town the-Easter parade follows on
the heels Pt the circus, psrade and
' digthiguishing one, from the other,Is
not always. easy If ancient Archie
lloore gave Sugar. 'Ray the:ritis a a,
, a, round, what did he use for leg?
The circus lion thst.Wandered from
the arena into the -Garden ,lobbY

ELKS; JUNIOR 'DIVISION GOLg WINNElt,..,--;! Buzz, Itathgeber
takes first prize irt the Junior, br dependents, division, of the An Annual
nual Annual Golf Day of Ellis,hcid at' thelurornit, Rills Golf
endCountry- Club: Shown left to right; tuzzy receiving his
' K,odak,camera-,",donited by Chicd de Oro,' from golf committee
chairman ZacklAlly1 13,04y had a net Score of 79.
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' i -ne-----u-1 -tio-n s to wholl bathe first coluent tell the final victory. &
''.'i.1 Sisne toaente:outer space overlooks tomoto- has eight losses, .: Pantt.
'.., the possibilitY thatlellows like Bill seveo' end Po, well !pt..; ...,
' Vetelt Prank Lane- And. Gus 'D', .- '','- ; ,,4'-.
''''' znigmi May alreadYhave been ', Powell has the' leg up 'as the
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' .' there "Who else but,Nelser, is a P AY
, .... ite ellefora.treacendelfa rthae
1 California, slogan for -Rockefeller, ws or...se-lb
''' and if that doesntkeen Mitt out nSti then ,106t to Fa t .. Th
tra .would, have to win both the
''':-.- o-f the 'White House nothint Nvill ,-;
- tontests today to beat out Powel
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'4'1' g d AL ''CiPONits 111;e-litesCcel While a loss in either would dr(
;,.1-4, loloid 'biography of Al Capone in ..
them to 'a final third place. i
, which, ,,,,RotLi Stefger teenage ot 'Ajinomoto' on. the other hat
would have to w'n both -, ganli
,, 1 times e remarkable facial likeness
from Pantra to finish even as hii
r4 7, I dwelt', triedy log the isnoter's
as third. To go into further detai
: ,',. Florida sojourn. He had a hotel:Ai as to the possibilities of each teal
,,: Paint Island.,' not : far ,t, ir.om would only' tend to confuse you 1
j: 1 Dwyerteli-snight'olub ond -Damon watch this column early next wee
1, BUTIYOn'S literary laboratorY, st for the, results of the games pia,
X 940,000 los hole,--boughtAhrough a ed'over the weekend.-
ie, -, local front end into which t he put ..,, ,.. , ., .
,,,,' 1200,000. in' addedcreskture ,, tom. ,,,,, ,, ,..
Series Next Week '
,,,,,.''i forts', including -fortifieationti He .,:' , ,. ; ,,, ', ', '
, 5 died there In the lateu-'401. his' die), ". Preparatory to the; presentatic
,..T eased mind a wild chaos-of jabber- of teams and individual award
ly ing.., ,A surviving' -son is in legiti- the Board 'has decided ,to have a
'"' mate 'business ort the' beach, , his all-star seleetion -- play the chan
o''' only'brush With' the laW's ticket for pions in a three game' aeries. rnt
''' speeding while 'attending .: Miami will,begin on -Tuesday, April
' University; 'rherets'noteftirence to then on April ',then tingly on
, WO' in ,the',Illeker,'" 4 an (,, 'orot Olen pril 11; the' date of the present;
'''' i which eivarently le'eaysinqunior um. ..,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,, .,, ...
', no g'reat anguish.'',4.4,',.."."'-'''',1,'.' ,I,'1 ', 1 This presentation ',wilt permit
,,,, - ,,,-;;,, ,,Ti" :rwl',.'.'0. t ''V'In.4,!' ',' 'L: be the biggest in the, seven-yei
.., FUNCIO HITTING; In Iowa there history of the league as they a
,'' -it ,,s new law orovidine, Vele in to plan to crown the winner of tt
' lajt-a $1000 fine, Or both for drunk- Miss-Softball of 1959 contest, .11
'- ed water-Mdinel In a Spert Where last and final- count of -votes wi
' -'- sobr'ety, is it, known handicap, -the, he' tonight in the GymnasiuM.
' ,;' legislature's-1Z poncern is CUtiOtleY -g";.,:' ,-, -$-,, '' !,,,, ,...'0 ' '',
1 .; misdirected.),' Summit conference Another series'to 'be played ne:
' Me have i more noble ring: but weekovill pit the- board of dire,
'1" at least old 'time Statesmen 1",ot tors with commissions Cievelan
' -": thintes done. in the stoke-filled "charliek,J, Melds,' -pitching 4, an
, room. 'Psychiatry received a boost Harold Soott catching against tt
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.: ', '' from the ,sixeday, bike- race, even beat women's .softball team in el
- ,,,,If the prothoters didn't' Add Joe' E. low- -This first game will be plal,
' '. ,, Lewis: ''I sheot golf in the low 70s. -d en, Monday beginning at 4:4
-- ';',When it gets-- Colder il !pit"- ,,'...,-;0, p.nt,- Special rules have : bee
el ,...'.':3 ,: ,, -, e' (...;.;-- ,, ,,,,,:-',,, .- drawn up to' liicilitate the "Stit
' .. 'YANKS AND KALINEi To scent back", Directors., This promises 1
. ,- 1 of tio olEesere Downs" fits dowdy be -a real hilarious affair and lb
',Jamaica better'', than '."Pooteore regular fans are invited to tur
Downa.",,,1 Interesting -. discovern, out for this game. , ,, 0. -4
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l'he Yankees made a pitch for the
Tigers At Ka line during the winter.
Peruvian Alex Olmedo, Davis
Curl ostarowaite) lona he's 26 to
take ,,outlircitizenship papers be
won't be subject to the U.S. Army
draft. Author Philip Gabrielrwhose
books (e.g., The Executive) deal
with American businessmen, was
VP of the Del Mar track for seven
yearn. ffiviltacifig Is the most prof profitabletblisineste
itabletblisineste profitabletblisineste itr the country" be
contends., "It's like having li license
cense license to, run,your own mint."....
A late spring camp development Is
the 'A's Kent gadley,'who has ta taken
ken taken first base from Suitcase Shop Shopson
son Shopson and 'Preston, Ward. a ."I just
hoPe 'dOtesiiIt a aye
'manager Harry,ttak steoping to
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Alinometo Edges Stevedore Morris
,ar,oPtihteA Fight lorAnd Placa
y E ERT MOIS E
Ajinoinoto once labbedl for the
cellar position in, tile Rainbow Ci City
ty City Open Classification Softball
Thiguepbegan playing the role of
stiollerst and to "moved into the
thick a things to ;llow ocupy
favorable position for shooting for
a 'second-place or third place fin
al-berth. In their last outing, th'e
"super-seasoners" rushed into the
finaVinnings to blow by the newly
,crowned Stevedore Morris cham champiOns
piOns champiOns for thrilling' 5 to 4 victory.
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round, what did be use for legs? With this victory, the Japanese
The circus lion that,wandered from Reamers, practically kept the in.
the arena Into Ahe -Garden lobby terest for this second and third
may hive been ;conking,' for:, a plate position highAMtil the very
)anicie te tet a bet doWn.on the act. latday.'of (play, today'. The 4ost

do-in.iii"the sit. kit -dgiyvf (play, today. The lost
Speculation as to wholl bathe first tolutm tells the final vieto. Iji
man to enter outer space overlook tomoto has eight lossest Pantra
the nossibilitV that'fellows like Bill seven and Powell six.
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Powell has the leg up 'as they
played Pantra and 'could do no
worse 'than a tie for Second if they,
had then lostto Pantra. Then Pan Pantra
tra Pantra would have to win both their
contests today to beat out Powells
While a loss in either would drop
them to final third place.
Ajinomoto on the other hand
would have to w'n both games
from Pantra to finish even as high
a third. To go into further details
as to the possibilities of each team
would only' tend to confuse you so
watch this column early next week
for the results of the games play played'over
ed'over played'over the weekend.,
Series Next Week
1,reparalory to the presentation,
of teams and individual awards,
the Board has decided ,to have an
all-star seleetion:play the cham champions
pions champions in a three game series. This
will-begin on Tuesday, April 7,
then on April 9 then finally on A-,
'nil 11, the date of the present
1 This presentation ,will perhaps
be the biggest in the, seven-year
history of the league as they al also
so also plan to crown the winner of the
Miss Softball of 1959 contest. ,The
last end final count of -votes will
be' tonight in the Gymnasiurn.'
4
Another serieeto'be played next
weekovill pit the board of direc directors
tors directors with commissions Cleveland
"Charlie,h Melds,' pitching and
Harold Szott catching against the
best women's softball team in Co Colon:,
lon:, Colon:, This first game will be play play41
41 play41 en Monday beginning at 4:40
'p.m,' Special rules have been
drawn up te facilitate the "Stilt "Stiltback"
back" "Stiltback" Directors., This promises to
be -a real hilarious affair and the
regular fans are invited to turn

NEW -YORK,. (UPI Sugar
Ray Rotinson,..boxing'it most elu elusive
sive elusive -champion both in and out
of the ring, was ordered Friday
by the New York State -.Boxing
Commission to sign- by April, 15
for a middleweight tide defense
against Carmen Basitio..',orj face
the loss of' his crown.
CornLission Chairman' Marvin L.
Krulewitch handed down the -tight
or vacate', :order in a bristling
statement which left Robinson lit little
tle little avenue pf, escape in his effort
to nava "n !from 1110111
be took, the tide, 13 MOULIN ago.
"'rut zommosion O. ;,,OO Opt
Ion tilat Carmen' Basillo.,11- the
suitable contender for the title of
middleweight eh a melon of the
said. "and ar articleS
ticleS articleS of agreement should be
4.ttio;tt (um anti LOOM LOOMson
son LOOMson for such a title bout.,,,k P
"Unless, such articles of ,Aigree ,Aigreement
ment ,Aigreement are entered into on or before
twelve o'clock noon, April 15, 1959,
the commission will vacate
,the title of Sugar, Ray Robinson
oo that date.", 1
The 38-year-old champion,- o
revealed through an attorney that
he had ahlady "consummated
negotiations" for a title 'defense
'against European titleholder Gus Gustav
tav Gustav S;liolz of, Germany. was nOt
available for cOmment. There was
a strong tecing in ,some quarters
that he might not comply with the
commission ruling, but that was
considered nnlikely since he also
wotdd face lost of ids bernee
Basilic) of Canastota, N.Y., post posted
ed posted a 82,000 challenge with the
New York Commission 20 days
ago, according to, the procedure
recommended by the body's rules
and regulations, backing up his
bid for a return fight with Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. The time limit ran out, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Krulewitch said he had
no other alternative than the one
he handed down..
After Robinson had been notified
of he challence, FriliP FriliPwitch
witch FriliPwitch said,- his lawyer (Martin
Machat informed ,the com cominissiou
inissiou cominissiou um Lalampion vas
negotiating for a defense ,against
Stholz, the fourth ranking middle middleweight.
weight. middleweight. KruieWitch said he also
had ,a telegram from Scholz veri verifying
fying verifying that negotiations were -in
progress for a fight either in'the
U.S. or Gerniany before Septem SeptemnVith
nVith SeptemnVith the greatest reaPect
ITheability and'standing Of Gdstat
Scholz, the tommieson does' not,
believe that he Is the suitable con-1
tender for, the champion to fight
in defense of hit title at WS
time," Krulewitch said.

Paraiso Sports

RAIN CANCELS RACES
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI)
Qualifying for the vveekend's
speedway .and sportstar) races
was called off Thursday for the
second straight day because of
rain and a slippery track,
RIDES THREE WINNERS
NEW YORK (UP,I)Willie Shoe Shoemaker
maker Shoemaker rode three winners 'during
Thursday's nine-race program at
Jamaica.

NAMED STEWARD,AGAIN
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- (UPI)
Harlan Fengler of Dayton, Ohio,
again will serve as chief steward
for the '500-mile auto ,Tliet'at the
Indianapolis Speedway May 30.

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' MOUNTAIN HIGH ,Officlals watch Torbjoerq Yggeseth
,,, from threestiered structure, on the slope of Kulm fountain,
4t hard by Mitterndort, Austria, where the Norwegian won lint
prize in Intermtional Ski Jumping contest watt, this leap.

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Manager-Of-The-Year
In Rainbow ,City Locic)p

By ASTOR LEWIS
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Have you ever tried picking up
loose ends, putting them together,
and then fashion something out of
them? -If you never did. then try
it some time. It is a difficult task.
Even more difficult when you are
the manager of a ball team,
whether it be baseball or softball.
And when you are a manager, you
baste 's job -no one envies you for
because managers are A dime a
dozen and lose their lobs often.
Thev can't hit for the batters, they
can't pitch for the pitchers, they
can't field for the players, and
neither can they think for them.
But wilep the tearadgoes bid there
is-only one individual' the-SY bititie.
That man is the manager.
, You have watched six melt' man manage
age manage teams -in the Rainbow CitY
Open Classification Softball
League. And I am sure you second secondguessed
guessed secondguessed them. One of tbe six lost
his job in mid-season and was re replaced
placed replaced by a little fellow answerfng
to the name of Juan Carrillo. He
was named manager of Ajinomoto
after the team lost five games
without winning ind looking like
the worst team to ever play in the
circuit. So bad were the players
that once the fans walked out on
them in a ball game to prompt the
firing of Felix Modestin,
Carrillo took over with 11 games
left to play. He had experience in
the managerial role in amateur
baseball. But the amazing thing

BROWN; SIGN CATO
COMPTON,, Calif. (VPI) The
Cleveland Brovtns hoNe si gned
Earl Cato, former Compton Jun Junior
ior Junior College halfback, to a 1959
contract. Cato played witb the Ft.
Belvoir,' Va., Army team last
year.

was that he was undismayed about
what' the team had done. He work worked
ed worked patiently and diligently, encour encouraging
aging encouraging his players who respected
him.
The result since then is also a amazing.
mazing. amazing. From the role of bunch
of misfits, Carrillo has moulded a
contender for third place, the
team is now "a cinderella club"
and kfayorite with the fans. When
he 100k Overlhe tettri he Served
a warning 'which went unheeded
and now Pantra knows the man
knows what he was talking about.
The team has come alive, Winning
six, tying two, and losing but
three..
.Managet tsul,Nr. aller,.$texe aller,.$texedore
dore aller,.$texedore Morris', did 'a grea job in
keeping his team together to be become
come become the first pilot to ever win
three consecutive championships
and the most in the league's his history.
tory. history.
Henry ,:rholoas ralliet; his
charges o be now holding onto
second place which he must defend
against Pantra tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. As leader of Pintra, Ithran
"Nobby" Stewart added excitement
which was the characteristic stamo
of his team. Mickey Robinson, was
manager for another year and lost
plenty. plenty of sleep as Cigarillo
Oasis finished last.
When you sum up the job done
by the four men mentioned and
compare them with that of Carrillo
there is absolutelv no comparison.
The little man did a big job; To
him we give accolades. plus nomi nomination
nation nomination as Manager-of-the-Year. A
job well done.
Now yoNty picking up loose
ends, put them together, and fash fashion
ion fashion something. You'll see bow hard
it is. But little Juan Carrillo. man manager
ager manager of the year, did it! It Hats off
to him! 1

7 ;- I! Weft Lest Pet.
sPerieoe ,- 1 .875
Ocelots 7 2 .7711
'Macaws 2 .750
Pumas 2 S. 333
Conejo' 2 7 .222
l'alomas 1 S .111
I-Have tie game.

A beaiy bombardment of 11 sol solid
id solid hits and neat 1-hitter pitched
by lefthander Douglas Priester
vesterday gave the Macaws an 111-
3 victory over the Conejo' in the
Fast lich Teenage Baseball League,
which is about to,,; finish another
successful season.
By scoring tbis triumph, the first
half winners got within one game
of the leaders Pericos, with whom
they have a tie game.
1 In this one-sided game, the pow powtrild
trild powtrild hitters of the Macaws
sprayed lite all over the nillYing
field and scored one or more runs
eaeh of the five innings theY
bame, to bat. Starter Jim Dykes,
who previously had Ditched bril brilligainst
ligainst brilligainst the Macawa,
sent to the showers before the first
inning ended Five runs and 3 hits
OnlY 23 innhig were charged
against him. Jeff Here, 'who re replaced
placed replaced him. could not silence the
Macaws' artillery. Five runs In the
first, one in the ',second and seven
in the third put the, victory,out of
reach of the Coneios, Who got their
onlv three runs thanks to errors,
walks, wild pitches and Dick
Hern's single. his team's onlv hit.
While Frank Reichart, Robert
Smith. Bob FOrtune, John Finis Finiseon,
eon, Finiseon, Fred Chase and Gene Beck
smashed hot liners, southpaw
Priester not ,only handcuffed his
oPPonents but also connected two
bard singles in two official times
at bat. Priester gave way to Chase
in the last frame the sixth
after he worked outstandingly in
thi first five, ' I
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Among the high total of hits
smashed by the ,-- Macaws there
were homers by Fred Chase and
Robert Fortimei one of the hottest
flitter?, fri tbe,Oecoist bait',

Yesterday's Result
Cone Jos 102 000 3 1 4
Macaws $17 41x-18 11 3
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Top Hitters: Horn (ConeJos) 161,
Relchart 2-1, R. Smith 4-2, Priester
2-2, redline ,3-2, Finlason 2-1,
Chase 444 Bech,Z-1.,Hopers: Por PorMealittl):these
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Among me men total of hits
he w unalsmaYed abut smashed bY the ,;Maeaws thete 7 , .,......., A, ; ,, ,. ,.
zor a return ngrit with Robin-
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were workwere hornera by Fred Chase and ,,,.briChelltddreen., : ... .,
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. Aitiw 'Yon, '' , p ,AI (limed Davis' day and ,Krulewiteh said: he had
no other alternative than the one Have You ever tried picking uP ed patiently and diligently, encour- ,
fo;se"le". Mercedes, main floor 'of '4i,,-
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loose 'ends, putting them together, aging his players who respected rEohert. ,,,Ortli,...,eei.,:fitt.te teLhe hottest, ,..
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Ile handed ,down. , ,, and then fashion something out of hint. 91111'ill'ine' fsefImPq 'Daul '' ' '' Tele' 2-2954 -4, 4 de- Julio Restaurant Tel,..,X-11035 and Plaza
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t .,ikeleVeloinnent, take '4; out., fcitazenship ,-, papers e After Bobinson had been notified them? If, you never did.' then try The result since then ht. &ISO I-
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it sortie time. It is a cliff cult as mazing. From the role of a bunch ', ,
1 t k Yetterdayss Result La Macarena on Satitrday at 4:00 pate- ,, , ,... ,
' world,' tapped :,-ott horse 4'Playert draft. Author,Philip Gabriels.whose nf l'he -'181 41i ehallenee, Frilte.
witch said,- his lawyer (Martin Even more' difficult when' you are of misfits, Carrillo has moulded, a c
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.sili",,':.,',',':...wilt,get first choice of aceommoda- books (e.g., The Executive), deal
Je Machat informed ,the cern- the ,manager of a ball team, contender for' third place, the olleios
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' 'tin .di 'di de st k'':for, r VP of the Del Mar track for seven .
' MISsiolz mat Cue Lnamplon ,was whether lt be baseball orsoftball. team is now "a einderena ., doh" Macaws s , 01,7.,,.41. x-18 11 3 ..., ., ,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,, ,:t.p.,: :,, ,:: , ,.. :::::., .. ,, 4,..1,,. .,
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'--,;-,' 000, likOtittWict'wilef tiierpai i,do't years.$10,Racifig'is the, most prohl;
','..,' V ',sti bus ness-virs' tilefintilitlhaVa: ftablelnisinesit iti,the,tountrY" -' he" tObk Over' the 'tea be tervtd 1,"1
wbaedig,ht. KruieWitch said : he also taecvasuLaseimbannsa;enraii: eanjele: dYimuefcle a warning 'which went, unheeded
er) Hare' (1) Brandon (3) and G ' ' '''' '1 '''''' ,. t..:4-.., '. ... ....,,,,,,ey, -. ... :
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dozen And tote t e o s 0 an now an ra nows e man
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ner), Chase (6) and J. Wilson.
. -tete et tect, the Garden attain- vense to run-your own mint."... fYing that negotiations were
progress for a' fight either in',the :
'in They can't hit for the batters', theY knoWs what he Wit talking about.
.' '' 111--iat ' -1 --fit Cal petik 'under the ,A late airing camp development is Read'- Our Classifie-di''' :.,::
Top Hitters: Hers (Conejos) 961, :,, .,.
'"-,:-:- c", it1S-Nre: Ill '- '', 0-. :- ,- rtees, tba.r,-Ake Kent ,Hadley.t,who has- ta-
' ''''-, Norris i itlinittratin, 410e p',,, U.S. or Gentian before Se tem can, p The team has come alive, winning
Reichart 2-1, R. Smith 4-2, Priester ,, , '1 - -, :: ,:4' !.,. 0,- l ,,',....-, '.....- ', :
Id th I ers and t i g t nd 1 'ng but
' f t b i -Stilteate Wimp- be 7' .. P -. can t Ve ,, or e p aY e suc, y n wo, i 4 nsi :.
't itch for the pitchers, they
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,....1,::;,.. ts,philosaphieli.,-, Ou ''- '" th Y think ,for, 'Mein. three 22,,,,..Fartune '3-2 Finlason 2-1,
k it right, son' and 'Preston. Ward..,-;:k1I just ,, 4wiiii tile. .greetest ,, t i neither can e
b-d there ' ' -' -i.,4 Chase 4,1 Beck ;-1' Hopers! 'For- n, i ,, ,,,,, i. -, ,.-,1,,1,,,, ,., , ,, .,',. i': ,-
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A. e a y en stan nrof Glistat is-only, one indiv dual the ,, , ore or s di a ,.grea ob -in
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'Ks- That man ts the manager ' keeping his teem together. to be- : '' '-
'''''' ''''''' ..' ''' 'I'D' 2Br On tide iirti- a Berle..'-' .'. ,,,, ,'', believe that he Is the stritable ton- ,,
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-'''''':-'"?, eular (laY le ,11-never get Me g t ms An the Rainbow' CitY three consecutive championships ., ....
..-4-: -k Hank:Aarontt TheY R l' '.1)'''. C.t ,. In defense- of hit title at thLs 1-e eac 1 -I f 1 ti Softball
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tolathe name of Juan Carrilto. He second place which he must defend .: I ooks years 'a ea ::,,1
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Ail t Ede s' Stevedore -Wird'
ttles home 0 a RAIN CANCELS RACES vn like 4,
out win ng Ind lookipg Nobby" Stewart added
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DAY'rONA BEACH Fla. (UPI) the worst team to ever play in the whith Wa 8 the tharacteriatic stamo ., wrtn tri e ,.. ,
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-Qualifying for the weekend's ;.,-. ..
....''''4',:-.'.' ing.', it, tvdtilkseern,,, there .r
k g -.7'!4'f!'...,3ris ''HEKBPRT MOISE that once e ans
th f 'walked out on manager ler another year and lost ,- , t:,..,, ,
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, '-' ''-' leaguert .'arld,bia "leaguers.- -As e ,- .y... ,: : , pe
s ed a and sports-car:446es
cw Y'd ff:' h d i the them in a ball game to prompt the ,,,..i.' r', 't v'.,,',';,:li ,:e,.o.., !.
plenty. plenty of sleep as Cigarillo ..,!, , ,,, i . e ,,,, ,,
''''..':','. to explain Ms unusual success with :.,
AjinoMMO oneei lahhecit for the wseacsond
allsetiitto bt T ifs ey
g d beatitlsre of firing of Felix Modestin, Oasis finished las
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c ar position id the Rainbow Ci- rain and a slippery Ytrack, Carrillo took over with 11 games When you sum up the job done .-- -,
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ty ', Open, Ciassification :::' Softball : ,,,,,, -... :,,,....... .: left to play.' He had experience in by the four men mentioned and .
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-C -, NEW YORK (UPI)-Willie Shoe- baseball. But., the amazing thing is absolutely no compariaon. ..
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thick et things to ;now occupy s Maker rode three winners 'during .---- . theeretittle ma
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- - Thursday's nine-race program at BROWNS SIGN CATO him we give accolades. pInesanromA, . 4,-.,-.,,,,,
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-;.'i,' ''digthiguishing. one, from the other,ts crowned Stevedore- Morris ,- cham- Harlan Fengler, of D!vton, Ohio! lor College haltback, to a 1959 ion something. You'll see bow hard .WW,004$04;1-ging.i3OV.;1-';;04'e:i4,,i.:,:',,::',7q,'..!1:iii41:':-,,,::i.,,....i.:4-,:i::,4.4-:,;ii:...4:4::,,,.:1-.,:,.,,,.,:7.,;,.:::?.-4-, ,,, ," 4
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,i,;?- mixii-e.'Faye. Sugar Ray' thelun -Si; , ,.. 4 ..tr, !'. iiii,: a, ,' for the '500-mile auto race At the Belvoir,' 11., ArmY teant last ager of the year, did it!!! Hats 4,08,0;49,1011-gag.tvimiak,V...,:-4t:;;;:-pt,'-' :::4.:.......,.:.::...:.,.,..4.4:.:i........:.
' 'With this Victory, e apanese , .,,,
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e from Seasoners, pnac c y ep e ..: .
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' ELKS:1111410R 'DIYIBION GOLF, ,IIVArNElt,-74 Butz, e'' .29-Year-old' cliamplolio- AND ,S.tf 1 A
() 7, prize in Intermtional Ski ,Jumping vontest with, this leap. , i
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,,:',L, nual Golf, Day Of' 11P,-0.' Ellit,held itt' t,he',Sumnilt,11,1lls Golf. he bad ahlady "consummated onlv three runs thanke to errors
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' ' foster cottages. hetsvaan Santa FOR R3NT: ---. Furnished Apart,.
FOR SALE:--41950 Buick Special FOR SALE: 4,-.4 Rattan living FOR SALE: ,,,,,,- Upright plane .--. i' TELEVISION SERVICE :1 , I'.
FOR SALE:--Lets 500 and 1.000, ;IRekubliCsof PanamO42- ;,'''.'"''',"''''''' '. Ty
- '' '' -4 Clara and AM Hato. Now love ment, 1-bedroom. Screens& Tit- 4, Radkoc KI-Fl Transitere ,'
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meters, in tho Nuevo Hipddrome
rates. Phone Balboa 1866. ed. Sanitery Service good sur- 4 door sedan:, eutomatic trans. room set, 6 strands 8 pc. $250.- recently recondaionod $150. ':saticialist.;'Wd iereits all makes sI :4
- : ,-,- -,-- -- mission, new brakes linings, good 00, Hi-Fi $250.00; bar $30.00; Phone: FL, Robb 6298. Urbanizatioe across the Retnee A '. ,, 44,,-4,1 T : .'
Racetrack. An ,
, roundingc Garage...355.00 Ap. i ly 4 el ', and models. We doe't pretend to ,,
wardrobes $50.00 and $20.00 kits:with "lest miscellaneous ,. -summit, Sot Wetit We sees
' ' PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages ply NO. 112, Via Solitario Po- tires. Ocotiont condition. $295.
'Corner 34th Street and Cuba
CRAWFORO- AGENCIES, Tivoli ': 4 ''
, , House 714-B, Prado, Balboa. FOR SALE: .4.... Stereophonis fronts, sewage, water' main and , ,-, ,-. 1 anta. ie., , , 4 ,,, i,,,
'' Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa- rras near R records ', classical and popular'.
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II 1877 Cristobal 3-1673. it Theatre. I
Tel. 2-4247. Ave. Tel. 3-0899.
Big selectioc,AGENCIAS DIAZ.
FOR RENT: Large three bed- e
FOR SALE:--- One I, Chevrolet FOR SALE: 5 pieces suet. 37th Street No. 6-A. TellIctriel..4c-BitY3.76C11. II VI, 4' McB11111".. ALCOHOLICS ANONYM() S
, DRAWER "A", DIABLO. .1, i,,, 10.---7-1.---- ..-
t '.. room apartment, ground-,floor. 2
model 1954 truck,. 112 to& malart furniture. Sotto, coffee FOR iALlEt-Let 1066 INDISfe
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closed. $ cylinders top 7 x 8 lamps, 2 chairs. v
table, floor ,,,,7 SPECIAL SALE meters in the best location of
La Crests, situated between 'V"- "X 1211. CRISTOBAL, C..1,' .1 cello SERVICES ,.- , ,'.
bath, garage, patio, unfurnished,
x 12 ft. Revise& Call Pan Phone Balboa 1484. For paving areas exposed te olio ,, ,, PHONE BALBOA13709-4, lin I'd"' H!". 3.n'k, a, Always. ., ',
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Resorts
futer cottages. bahvean Santa
Clara and ,Rio Nato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Masashi Cottarai
Santa Clara IR. do P. Mono Pa Panama
nama Panama II- I S77 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
Chalet For Rent on 46th St.
Number 21. Two bedrooms.
back Porch, garage. For infor information
mation information Call Panama 3-6534.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house 3 to 4 months to
reliabli party. Phase 3-3555
office hours 3-6508 after 6:00
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FOR RENT:Furnished Chalet
with big garden and patio. 3
bedroms, 2 air condit:oned, 2
bathrooms, one office, hot water,
washing machine. gam'', with
doors. Talc 2-0261 Cr 3-2632.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
2 bedrooms, 1(ving Foom, dining
f001119 kitchen and maid's room,
on Via Esparta, beside Miramar
Radio Station (white house).
$125.00. Can be seen from
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
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FOR RENTsw,.- Furnished chalet,
one year Oitnimum, three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms one with air conditioner,
two bathrooms, hot water, auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine $200.-
00, beside Cangreio. Tel. 3-
6070.
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FOR REM's.-- Newly construct.
ed Chalet, 3 bedrooms, 2 porch.
sts, living, dining room. 2 prin principal
cipal principal bath rooms, maid's roods
with bath, large library room,
larbe' kitchen, water heater ins instalatione,
talatione, instalatione, washing tubs. Garage
fpr two cars. Located in Loma
Alegre G Street No. 92. Infor Information
mation Information IL. Brewer Talephone
Balboa 2-3228. ''
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Edificits Wrack corner Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico 8oyd, 82 squars
meters, $125.00. tall Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENTt 4-- Seven offices of
approximately 44 sq. m. each,
which can Vs intercommunicat.
ed according to the space re required.
quired. required. Please apply to The
First National City Sank of
New York, Avenida 7a. Cen Central
tral Central 10-11. Tel. 2-0695.
Deaf Mutes Watch
Helpless As Tree
Crushes Emn layer

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ALESSAND4IA, Italy (UPI)
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es would be preferred against two
brothers who watche helplessly
while an oak tree they c u t
crushed to death their 81-year-old 1
employer.
Both Pierino Toppa, 38, and his
bro'ber- Andrea, 56, are deaf
Through signs, the brothers ex explained
plained explained to police that, they saw 1
Puetro Boliolo str011 intc,the path

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of the falling oak but were unable
to warn him.

LANDS, IDE KILLS SD( (IIPI)The Malaria Eradil
ASCOLI PICENO..Ital: (UPI). Department of the East Tru
Authorities said today that six lan islands said today that
persons were killed when a land- laria kills at least 120.000 ro
- a year in Indonesia. The
day, The slide, triggered by' ment said it is plannintz
heavy rains in recent days, wipedl year program for controllin
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FOR RgNT; Furnished APalla
ment, 1-Sedroom. Screened. Tit.
ed. &mislay Service good sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. Garage.455.00 Ap.
ply No. 112, Via Solitario Fe Ferro.
rro. Ferro. near R It Theatre. I
FOR RENT: Large three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, ground-Moor, 2
bathrooms, mald's room livith
bath, garage, patio, unfurnished,
in El Cangreio. Telephone: Of Oftic
tic Oftic hours 2-0321. After office
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FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
furnished apartment, hot water, FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
garage, otc. Nice location. 30 2 door Be lair, with powerglide
Ecuador A in front of radio, etc. Excellent condition.
British Embassy Phone Albmok 86-2278, Mon Mon-
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FOR RENT: -- Furnished apart- 3:30 p.m. or Panama 4-0391
mutt, two bedroom living, din- after 4:00 p.m.
nine set. San Francisco 86
Street No. 6. Near Roosovelt FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 4
Theater. door. looks and runs like new.
, Can be finanied. Will accept
FOR RENT: On Automobile small convertible as part pay pay.
. pay. Rew, modern 1 bedroom apart- mont.. Fano Cafe Sitton, office
mom. Telephone 2-3233 or hours: t ''.
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FOR RENT: Two beracom
apartment, living roans, laundry
facilities, garage, very fresh.
residential section 94th
Street (before 10th) No. 3.
San Francisco de la Ca Iota
Telethon 3- I 637.
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FORt RENT:i In Be lias'Vlata
large two -bedroom apartment.
Dining, living, porch, balconies.
two bathrooms, maid's room and
garage also smaller two bed bedrrom
rrom bedrrom apartmant furnished or un unfurnishod.
furnishod. unfurnishod. Call Panama 1w4649.
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FOR RENT: High in Can-'
groil One and two Bedroom
apartment with large Bving,
dinidg, maid's room garage,
porch all serened. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT; 1 Campo Alegm
Walk01144 one bedroom
dit'itrtment.Telephone, balcony,
hot water etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: --- Independent
apartment with garage, $40.00.
San Francisco, 15th Street No.
15-11. Phone Satl
Ztator 1t42,koiL kodity
rlosto4atfeolir ;17 rori
FOR RENTt Studio Apts.
could be used for commercial
offices, hot water plumbing
s end heater. Ono furnished with
air conditioning ueit. Edificio
Campo- -Alegre's, !Nis Espaa
oposite Flotel El Panama. -Tel.
1-1409.
FOR RENT: Modern ORO
bedroom Apt. all conveniences.
Calle 50 No. 115 (near 86
St.) Phone: 3-1210.
Argentina Accepts
Contract To Baiid
Trurks For Ford
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The
Argentine government has accept accepted
ed accepted a Ford Motor Co., proposal for
a 15-million-dollLr investment in
t--,
cilities to produce light and me mei
i mei n 11; -n;ntry, it
The iovernment's go-ahead was
issued only a few hours after
lienrylVest. Ford's general man manager
ager manager in Argentina, submitted he
1 proposal to President Arturo Frog Frogdizi.
dizi. Frogdizi. PLAN MALAR IA ertsrepril

PLAN MALARIA CONTROL ices in connection with shont4
MAKASS,.t. Celebes. Indonesia Tiramerts latest film. "On
(IIPI)The, Malaria 'Eradication Beach,"
Department of the East Indones- Tecpmec gisid he owed
lan islands said today that ma-yeates nothing but his 1:
laria kills at least 120.000 persons' deposited the money with
a year in Indonesia. The depart- -.-rt ,bnainr F. hearing of
ment said it is planninr a 10- flisnutee1Aplaim. The conct wi
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GOVERNMENT
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Phone 3-4984 3-4935
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ACTOR SANKRUPT
LOS ANGELES (UPI) 'Actor
John Ireland, 43, former husband
of actress Joanne Dru, filed a
voluntary petition of bankruptcy
. 0,14
will file a list of assets and lia liabilities
bilities liabilities within 10 days, after
t"
cording to bankruptcy" referee
Howard F. Calverley.

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B LOMB ARDO-No. 28 "V Street MORRISON-4th of July Ave. & St. LEWIS SERV1CZ4-Ave. Tivoli Se. 4 PARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS-149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX-484 Ceniral Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-Q. lee. de .1a Ono Ave. Nth el FOTO DOMY-Juste Arateemera Ave. and 33 St. FAR FARMACIA
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FOR SAM-41950 Buick Special
4 door sedan,. automatic trans
mission, new brakes linings, good
rives, 47ellent condition. $295.
House 714-B, Prado, Balboa.
Tel. 2-4247.
FOR SALE-- One ',, Chevrolet
model 1954 'ftuciti, 112 ton.
closed. .15 iylindere top 7 x 8
x 12 ft. Revisett Call Pan
American World Ainvays. Tel.
2-0670 to see R end buy it for:.
$118000...'
FOR SALE: Pontiac 1956
Hard Top ,Automatic Drive
Excellent condition WW
tires. Balboa 2-3193.
FOR SALE:,--1948 2-door black
Packard 8200.00. Contact D.
Powitrso, Quarters 2101-8 C1'-
1'111141. t HOMO 83-5140: Offica
87-7210. ;. t.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1959 V-8
Engine, 2 tone with Radio,
House 124-A, Oaten.. Phono
5-169..
FOR SA1,Et 1956 Chevrolet,
210. 4-door Poiverglide 2-tone,
WSW, Radio, undercoat, new
brakes, excellent condition 61,-
4511.00. Hs. 242-8- Phone 700,
Coco Solo.
FOR SALE: 1948 Packard
Convertible, 1959 Inspected 'Very
good rubber $150.00. U119.
See the new 1959 Datsun cars
pride of tho Japanese Industry.
' Datsun ears ,-- 40-mile per gal gallon.
lon. gallon. Datsun cars High compres-,
sion motor.
Datsus cars cr.-rills best, cat
for the city and Interior roads.
Economize by purchasing the
new 1959 Datsun cars.
We Accept TRADE-INS.
t See the new .1959 Datsun cars
at Autos Eisenman, S.A. Frangi,,,,
pani Street No. 26-30. Beside'
Coca-Cola Plant. Open an dm'
Tel': Panama 2-2616 & 2.
4966.
Australian Court
AllowsKranier
To AttPnd Awnrds
MET,ROURNE, Australia (UPI)
American film produCer di director
rector director Stanley Kramer was grant grant-
- grant- foci ov to re return
turn return to the United States in time
to attend the annual academy
awards nresentatinns April 6.
Kra mer, nominated for an
award for Ilia direetion of "The
Defiant Ones" would have had to
remain here had not the Austral
ian Supreme Court called off its
h'a arrest.
The order had been isgued
onmflaint Af a theatrical agent.
Mrs. Alfred& reefs. who said
1Kramer owed her tt 680 for serv servliees
liees servliees in eonneetion with 01i...0:sic, of
Tiramer's latest film. "On T h e
BeAch,"
Terpmer esid he owed Mrs.
Veates nothing but his lawyer
deposited the money with the
,.nainct O hearing on the
ri;snuteel'kelaim. The conrt will 40-
eido whether.to oive it to Mrs.
Vootot Or rehlrn it to Kramer.
, mrs. lumen Yeates. who Rft
1Krimer owed ber RI R80 for ger
Gui
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FOR SALE: Rattan living
room set, 6 strands pc. S250.-
00, Hi-Fi $250.00; bar $3000;
wardrobes $50.00 and $20.00
'Corner 34th Street and Cuba
Ave. Tel. 3-0899.
- FOR SALE: 5 pious goats..
- Wei fumitums Sotto, toffee
table, floor lamps,' 2 chairs.
Phone Balboa 1484.
FOR SALE: 6-- Modem chair
with ottoman; made in U.S.
wardrobe, buffet, Frigidaire, 1
year,,old, radio, record Piewsr
Zenith table' model, chairs,
table, Venetian Blinds, used
winter clothing'. Balboa 1309.
LOST:--Wedding lond in vici vicinity
nity vicinity of Easter ',Sunrise Service
Fort Amador, reward. Balboa
3498 before 5L:Balboa 2752 ON
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Princess Grace Has
Appendix Removed
'1,AUSARN E, Switzerland,pril 4
---(UPDPrincess Grace of Mona Monaco
co Monaco had her appendix removed to today.
day. today. Her husband, Prince Rainier,
paced the corridor outside the sur surgery
gery surgery at Lausanne's Chic Cecil Clin- I
ic while the operation was being
performed.
The operation was performed by
Dr. James A. Lehtnan of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, a noted surgeon and the.
Kelly family physician.
The Princess entered the operat operating
ing operating room at 6 a.m. (midnight EST)
and was returned to her room a
talf-our later. Lehman said yester yesterday
day yesterday the operation would take only
about six to eight minutes.
Mrs. Johp Kelly, the former mo movie,
vie, movie, star's mother, remained with
her in her room-after the opera operation
tion operation while Rainier continued to
walk up and down in the corridor
outside.
Lehman was assisted by Lausan Lausanne
ne Lausanne surgeon Dr. Jean-David Buffet
while Dr. ;Charles Bovay adminis administered
tered administered the anesthesia.
1 The' PrincAs, who 'arrived In
1 Lausanne .earlier this week ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her husband and
her parents, entered the clinic, a
-former fashionable resort hotel,
Thursday.
The appendectomy was postpon postponed
ed postponed until today to allow completion
of routine pre-operational tests.
Lehman had told reporters that
he had been in contact with Buf
fat for several months, indicating
the Princess had been suffering
1 recurring appendicitis attacks for
some time.
Auckland Crowds
Hear Evanailist
AUCKL AN D, New Zealand
(UPI)Evangelist Billy Graham
1 )dre-,1 a country countrywide
wide countrywide audience over a special
landlines hookup.
Graham spoke la Auckland be before
fore before a crowd of 50,000, one of the
largest in the city's history. Sever Several
al Several hundred waited for 10 hours
to hear him. His sponsors re relayed
layed relayed the sermon to large and
small cities.
In Christchurch, 80 prisoners
listened to the addresi, in a pris prison
on prison hall, then were taken bad to
their cells.
SIGN TRADE PACT
CAIRO (UPI) The United
Arab Republic and Communist
Hungary signed a three year
trade agreement and one year
)rotocol 'payment pact yeqterday.
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FOR SAM Upright piano
recently recondaioned $130.
Phone: Ft. Kohl's 6298.
FOR SALE: Stereophonie
records ,, classical and popular'.
Big selertion,AGENCIAS DIAZ.
37th Street Plc S-A
; SPECIAL SALE
For paving areas exposed tit tun
and rain, patios, public toilets.
etc. quarry tile, 61x6", "C" rad
and Watt S60.00 per titouund.
Altarariap S.A., Ave. 7a. (Via
Espalla o. 43A-57. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 11-0160.
FOR $ALEI .0 Piano Gulbrausun
Studio tYINI, blonde. $275.00.
Violin like new, beoiners $25.
Balboa 1317.
FOR SALE: Two Patio rock rocking
ing rocking chairs $3.00 Each. Largo
round bird aviary $15.00. Com Comfortablo
fortablo Comfortablo patio couch $10.00.
Phone 83-2139.
FOR SALE:. 1 boys 26" hi4
cycle $10.00. Call 2-3475.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 4
door Special, 1-29. Electric drill:
Stewart Warner, Instrument
panel fer boat new. 5 pc. ma mahogany,
hogany, mahogany, sectional living room
set. 247T-A Coco IL
FOR SALE: Craftsman lig
saw, excellent condition, 2104-e
Curundu. Phone 83-3227.
Siderurgice Shares up to 600
proffered with its COMMUn
par; 100 proffered set with Its
500 Commune. 3-5487.
IBoots & Motors I
FOR SALE: 26' Fishing Boat
V-8 inboard Engine, inclosed
head. Call Cristoba1,3-2420.
16 ft. Sports runabout with 230
h.p. Chrysler engine, speed 50
m.p.h., motor ,eicellent condi condition,
tion, condition, boat needs fiberglass. Will
sell boat or engine separately or
consider trade. ABERNATHY.
3-0264 & 34395.
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Large stock boats, motors, Nall.
ors and accessories. We build,
sell, buy and ,trade. ABER.
NATHY. 3-0264 & 1-6895
I, Lewns
PLAN NOW
To take advantage of
DOROTHY CHASES'S
Special Summer Session
TAP BALLET TOE
ACROBATIC & CHARACTER
June, July & August
Registration dates to ba
announced laterf,'
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JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) A
healthy child can, have a heart
murmur, a Baylor Iliiiversity doc doctor
tor doctor said here tottay. IM a n y
children have healthy heart'Inur heart'Inurmurs
murs heart'Inurmurs that can be confused with
heart disease, said Dr. Dan G.
McNamara.
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"This diagnosis can be tragic
because a well child can be treat treated
ed treated like a sick one hind deprived
of normal living with resulting
I anxiety and expense for the par parents."
ents." parents."
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MORE YANK VISITORS
LONDON (UPI) -- More than
twice as many Americans as any
' other foreign nationality landed,
in Britain during 1958, the Home
Office reported today. The report
said 417,633 Americans came to
Britain more than half of them
, tourists',
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RECALL TEACHERS
CAIRO' (UPI) 'rhe United
Arab :Republic has decided to
bring home all Egyptian teachers
now working in, Iraq. .authorita .authoritative
tive .authoritative sources,said today.
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FOR SAL11---Lets 500 and 1.000,
metros. in tho Nuevo Hip6droma
Urbanization, across the Ramos
Racetrack. An lots:with street
fronts. sewage, motor' main and
elactricity. Call idcBaraett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALIEtLet LOSS square
meters in the host !Duties of
Ls Crests, situated between "V"-
Street arid new street. For Infer Infer'
' Infer' motion- please call Tel 2-2170,
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and frfons
2 p.m. to 5 e.m.
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1 Houses For Sate In Chorrere
make offer. Lae Americas
Street 4177, email louse,' has
garage I. Ryan.
FOR SALE: Smell commercial
site, with show case& Centro..
ly locetecIls Ready for, occupancy.
Not an expensive investment.
"k" Street No. 7-29. Phone
2-2945.
FOR SALE: -- 33 Hectors of
Farm land. It, Mile of River on
one side. 50 off-, Highway. Five
writ:otos tri Osman $4.000. Box
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Atomic Energy
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WASHINGTON- (UPI)A study rector
by Atomic Energy Commissioner the still
Willard F. Libby disclosed Friday expecte
that radioactive fallout from Rus- al weel
sian nuclear testa last fall has The
been increasing in the United spensib
States. Fie m mi
Libby's figures, based on pre- Public
liminary studies of new fallout part.
,monitorihr results, did not shoW The (
whether the mounting radloactiv- mittee
ity would increase the Strontium- next Ny
90 content of American foods be- study j
yond maximum permissible levels. Libby
The AEC commissioner, a scien- prompt
tist, doubted that it would -do' so, Mont.)
' Libby hoped to have more facts becomil
on'-the fallont from the Soviet Un- -MO."
ion's "dirty" bomb tests whew flie area b
Senate 0 House Atomi- ,Energy heavies
Committee opens hearings on the Howe
subiect May 4. the ,, ref
Libby's disclosure came as is no n
President Eisenhower ordered a 'The
high-level study of which govern, vestigal
tient agency should be responsi- the ea
ble for dealing with fallout prob- the Gel
lems. testing
Eisenhower ordered AEC Chair Chairman
man Chairman John McCone, Health. Edu- made(
cation and Weltart Secretm 'Ar- nuclear
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President Francois 'Duvalier yes.
terday said 25,000 men and wom women
en women 'volunteers were ready to take
up arm at s, 'Moment's notice to
defend the government against in invasion
vasion invasion ,or rebellion.'
But, in an intervievt in the pres presidential
idential presidential palace. ,Duvalier
led the dangers et either external
dr, internal attack.. ,'
, Duvalier ',denied the volunteer
force, vhich he said Ops formed
spontaneously, Ayes his personal
army. He said it would be at the
disposal of the next democratically-elected
President 41 Haiti.
"This la a people's force and lt
belongs te Haiti,' he said.
Duvalier said there' was no con conflict
flict conflict 4 in. aims or philosophy
between the civilian army and the
5,000-man regular army which
trained the volunteers.
, Duvalier said the ;civilians did
not have theis own weapons but
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BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL,
PHONE BALBOA13709,14,-,4
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NURERY SCHOOL; (..4-17anitlIt'i
portation provided Balboa,
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Hoursr $100 a.m. initili,11:00
a.m. School, open all thiir this
year, Constant supervisionEngit,,,,
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A.K.C,? taliskorad, all Navy
3689,'. 4
Four week,old silverand blonde
AKC cocker spaniels'. Sired by
general Tuff Guy Show -anti
champion efock Call Panank
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rector Maurice N. Stens to snake
the study, Their sonclusions were
expected to be disclosed in sever several
al several weeks.
The AEC now' has Prime re respnsibility
spnsibility respnsibility for fall-out studies,
Flemming suggested recently' the
Public Health Service also tak&
part. 1
The congresSioneal. Atomic Com Committee
mittee Committee Will consider, a proposal
next week to transfer the fallout
study job to the health, service.
LibbV's new figures' ,On fallout
prompted Sen. Mike-Msasfield
Mont.) tosay the reports "are
becoming pore distorbinall, the
Altne."' ,Mansfliald's itatelte in the
area believed tO be getting the
heaviest dose.,
However, Mansfield sal&
the, reports tare disturbing,' there
is no need for manic."'
"There is great need for In Investigation
vestigation Investigation and for resumption at
the earliest possible mOment of
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killed, Shor afterward, be add- hair to-the throne- was not, seri )-
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actionary policies
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Sen.' Wayne Morse (D-Oro). said ,,.; A
today the, heavtly-tiemocratio
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clear mandate given to it br the'
Voters'in the 1958 election."'
saki. 44he sad fact is -.that
there lifeems-Att he no real differ..
ence between-the legislative pe.
lilies of the Democratic., leader.
ship and the:reactionary policiel
of the Republican leaders.'"
Hit statement to United Prose
InternationaPoffered oblique back
,tointacki -On Senate Demo...:.
leader f4rndon B. Johnson.
(TeVt
,krow Slade:the somments,
kreaction charges by another)
senate liberalt Pat 'McNamara
(D-Mich.) who accused Johnson
of falling doweltn en Ada job:'17
by failing t take stand on the fq
recegntly enacted -4 tmeniPlioyment
compensation extension ?1:.;
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mocrats had baeld a stronger
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'Morse. said McNamara's state..
mints ?muted Up the Democratic,
PittY.',4 tailor. to refiect the let-, 1'
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will meet, weelay thereafter.,
The course is ,designed to, teach
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would 'be Thespians.' It will also
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tionse, (BOAC) historic inatiguration-of round-the-world 'commer- ',I i
ciallet service Wag completed last light With the arrival in Tokyo ,,,
of' an 'eastbound Comet-0 Jet airliner an$1 it. westbound, Britannia ;t4
prop-let both,' from London., --, ; -,,f' -;;-,...., .;- i',-6: ,,,','1,4,,,- ,-.!-., iit: .9, f -... ., ,.....
1---'r Both 'planes 'were several bourelatelue iti adverse weather. i.,.
The Britannia Teached.Tobyo At 1:25' pm While the Comet arrly t, I
ed 'shortly after 8 pin;,.,', ,' ,, .,.4-,,,,, ',',i,..:,'?', '.,,,.; ,,; 1.:, :':,- ; ,?, :.'.!; 4 ,:
, ,', But an :American protest baited Abe- globe-girdling Jet 'service z- '
hi- its ,tracke when twat; acarcelY Stier the starting gatei .. ;,;, ,.:.
, President ,,Elsenhetier eventually tong with in 'Frani see." ,i, !':. ,.-,..,,; ,' ,
Will have ,to settle the bitter inter- t-',110AC ostinounced 'refinide:jer ? ';
national' air route ,dispute :':',,''whkh passengerSAm 'the pro-inaugural , ,,
smoldered bidet between the-Brit- flights ,,40,result. of tholl5-doili I ',
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ish' Overseer Airway! and the I.TS's sion.1, ,' 1 :-; :-,,,,,,. -,,, !.:',.t.,,,,!-,,f,,.,.,, -', : : Y., ",
Northwest Airlities&,-,1;s:11! t ,--,te hirratid Vii: Itichlu'd itallon of ', :
'.1:Theliatele broki Mit WhenNOrth-, 'Boston, who were en route to Ka-. 0.0
west.'hlocked-,,BOAC's :tuteutid-the- rachOtiolittlenelulu with their two'
Worlt Jet serVice Ihylprotesting a- ebildren.andli nurse; said in Tokyol,,-,"i
gitinst thiltititetnitheSiviliotero,: that they ,,,', would ,:xeceiye; nearly,! .'
nanuotirtesw,Beolt,dt,,,i1111,CrAtiBo;lfiitlys,,.- '.ii; 1,1.:, 0,., .0; r.,m$111800, yrefuoshnilsdo. i,B:''e...,,rd,:,8.:c,:11,,, of, .. ia:;, J-0., ,::.,'....:.'. .0,
'posed to .:a,, scheduled 'atop: in ,Irt7.-- se,: Calif.; who' war atcomPaniedi T.
ke.,., ., :-.,,.. ,,, :- ,,;,:.:::1 !:',,,, ., lpy herr foin-year4ild ..,soit,, said at 4
,., ,. 2 0 ...i..,. i,- ., 1..1: t, -', first-"Ithink You'renulling- a joke. ;
, stil4v. Deperthtent 4 li,f Illais on, MO, hen '.116ACttlicials. told ';' .,
. the, tj,plr,tted:,. ii sefaohrueldwfr, ,eyollimtsittotti.
Promised yeaterday to go alleout her of thelefurid.'7 ,,, ,.!, ,:,, .,
Phir ,-pareittir in Tokyo. t-il
' to get full approval for the BOAC! She- said'. she, raved 'tip her $1000i ',:,.'
easliamiwteliditrSetastle-ss7sha.::: 1
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, The,..British flights- wou i
Alights,', which cross
es. I '1L:Keekstein of Tillie- :1;r:'
HonoluluTokye and Hong
Itng ,,cielphie,,leht, She,. felt a'j :ilttle:':,?:
The route already has bee!i. hal,- i
, sheepish when she and her, bus- ..-,''
proved,.in a bilateral IlSIllritu oa; i band wore' told, about.the refund. :'..:',,','
greernent"In addition, a CAB p- ,,
down In NeW,York, San Franc sco,, r,,,,,jf$A''b,ride.',13 Year! age. -'.z, ;,t, tt ,i: s,
1 11.;1111d )1Istsbeen Irmvlitig about' -'-
erating permit is necessary.
- EiSentIOWir Will make '1114
A le h,,iulitL-P,Irog7rinstle It' necessare '.,..
deterniination riterithe gr. ''' 7.,, or, the..flight,th:'be tWe'hours-late: :
final a 401) rturi .aelrYln New, York," ,i,.
.... ., ,, wialting off and:',Firr afraid wig S';:l
Northwest vice 'president ut. 1, L
not, too, polite-, to the ", passenger i,'.-
stewart has told' ; the CAB i! As 4igent.o. : .. : t . ,..,.; .,., .,:.,...; .4
statement that the BOAC. flikutt.
The, kreksteini will 'iiave :nearly; i,,
would driln-alnioatirtnillion dont
on the. Northwest,p test.
1500 .,,,,on their round-the-world, ,':,,. 1
lars a year In ticket saleft Ira ip.,:, i ,,.V if riit. 1).,);i ;,, '1,''i:!
US compinies flYing 8trOSS. ttiontP
. t Mre igillianisz r Sprott , Boyd of '. .'.'
Pacific. He said 0,00Po ''' 7 San Francisco said: .41 thought 1 ':,':
would come from Northwest L.. was' an April Fool."'Now she may. ,.,
He said the State Department have enough, monek te extend her. 1
, i. trip 'to futon& she Said.,.,,, .i ..-" ,. :!!:
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',-,!:-.. BUENOS AIRES, April 4 (UP1).Army troopi poliCe and: fkeme9' -ristCreOrdei
iibwiitOWn Buenos Aires today and work men cleared the, Streets' of icor.. Cfliuses,
treetebre and autos overturned or burned by Perortist aid Commtinist4id rioters- last
light ,!, k,?.

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4r:damage, but it was not known whether it was cohnected' with the rioting. No one
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, ger police using tear gas and jets of colo red water ended the three-hour riot. l',, ,,
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' ,'Oni, man was reported to have died of a heart, attak ,and a- police communique,
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kald'144 persons were. arrested in the "typical Communtst demonstration.
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Abed 600 rioters, who had mass- littorod the stroots with glass The riots erupted at 6 p.m. when
-slmfore, the Labor Ministry and from shop windows and tried to 500,000 members of 62 Peronist-led
";' Congressional building 12 lynch a hue driver whose Melo and 19 Communist-controlled tin tinIplitcka
Iplitcka tinIplitcka away to protest against the accidentally knocked down one i ions called a ilx-hour strike to
kgyernment's austaity and iabor domonstrator who was trying to protest against President Arturo
'entre' policies, burned at least a sot fire to a station.wagon. 2. FrOndiZr if economic policies.
46;eitautomobiles, three streetcars The bus driver suffered a terrible -
tad a bus and damaged several beating befoer his passengers tem.
"elite tars. cued him and carzied him to sbel- Fl. Kobbe 5th Gracie
.s, 'they also Wrockoti film stores, ter in a private home. if

. Teacher Gels Grant
timnie Nicholas Tells Cop She Aimed
From Science GrouP

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Thit weather report for tbs.
howl ending a. nu, today is
Epared by the Meteorological
Illydrographie Branch of the,
nami Canal Company:
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TEMPERATURE:
, Nigh ..... 97 85
4019.1 74 79
nuraDirt
!Ugh 89 84
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smIlt -tt1, .11P 76
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11.4416, (Inches)
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'Onner harbors) 72 82
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Gatun Lake 89.73
Madden Dam 229.25

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'4,,,,IIIDIANAPOLIS, Did. (UPI) tress, Laura Mowrer. ,lle Sal
Connie Nicholas admitted she Mrs. Nichohis admitted age -had
,i'd, the three fatal bullets into followed him there the .n44 91
her- business executive lover but July 30th.,
. 4
'add' shn only .meatit to shoot him . la i; t ii',1',,iJiot,
in,-the arm-. a detectl o testified She 'fItitis" OBI iretY4 loom and
,,, k .rder ria. crymg, having attempted to take
'. Sit. Carl Michaelis said the her life with sleeping pills' Teel
'little dliorcee told of the killing had bought for her at the Eli
of ,Eerrest 2eel from a hspital Lilly Co. where he was a vice
bed shortly afte. she came out of president. Michaelis said at first
a. oma two days after his death. she wouldn't talk, but then said
bis, case is not a "whodunit" "what do you want to know?'
a "'howdunit" and the detec- "Then she told me he had start startbut
but startbut tire's story contradicted Mrs. ed beating her.
Nicholas'' claim that she drew the
,toy-sized French renlver threat-I ."I asked her where. She sild
ailing to Idll herself and that it on the eyes, arms, all over."
yent 'off in a struggle. 1 "I asked her why she had the
. gun. She said she wanted to scare
Michaelis said Counie told him ,.him.(4 she only meant to shoot
iiii,tabot the married Teel be- him le the arm.,
cause he, was beating her in the 1
front seat of. his 'Cadillac outside Michaelis said Mrs. Niehola
the -apartment of his new mis- told him she did not hear Teel's
......aft, .--...,-..-... car crash into a light pole after
it screeched out of control follow.
Itileather Or Not ing the shooting. She said she hadi
g, 4, -le" ., .,,, alreacly clews Of in her own or
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Earlier. 74-year-old defense law-,
,,' Thil weather report for too 2s. Yer Frank Symmes demanded a I
bowl ending I a. in., today is mistrial when Judge Thom-- J.1
Epared by the Meteorological Fauleoner. 35, hearing his d'rst
d. Midrographie Branch of the, murder trial oermitted the iiiey
naink Canal Company: 'to examine, the palm size re- I
'. jot. , t- volver,,, p v.. ,,..1., '., 9 ',i
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TEMPERATURV: Symmes and Deputy Prosecu Prosecu,
, Prosecu, Righ ... ..... 97 85 tor Judson Haggerty armed for
: Zorn ......... 74 79 45 minutes whether the jury
A should handle the gun rulconee
nranDrri finally ruled tt ay could "inspect"
WAR '. .. RD 84 it ,, 1
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ternates, alternates, all married men, were
brought into the courtroom and
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, The graht includes- txpenses of
the rece4OletWAt,thesinstitatO,
Soviet Embassy chiding hoard' and room plus
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Deported By Mexlco

MEXICO CITY T w o
members of the Russian Embassy
staff accused of fostering Commu Communist
nist Communist labor agitation, in, Mexico
v ri6r1P -esierdav anlid a
chorus of demands that diplomatic
relations with Russia be broken
off.,
The Russian Embassy described
to an "unfriendly step" the -deportation
of its natral- attache,
Capt. Nieolai M. Remisov, and its
second' secretary, Nikolai V. Ak Aksenov.
senov. Aksenov. end denied the charges
against them.
Ilettiosav, 36, his wife, Nelly
Remosova, and their 5-year-oldson,
Alexander, and Aksenov, 40,
boarded a CanadiAn pacific Air Airlines
lines Airlines super DC68 for Toronto, on
the first leg of -their 'return to
Moscow.

Mexican secret police charged' ---
it bad evidence that the -two Rua-
stens had supplied oney and
propaganda 'to Malcan Commit!.
nist labor,,eaders a. part of
mader plan to place Mexico'sor Mexico'sorganized
ganized Mexico'sorganized later under' Conimunist
contreol.
ttemanct.that Mexico severlditi severlditilomatic
lomatic severlditilomatic relations wl'h Ruiata
were vgiced, by he Knichts- of
columbito. the Catholic giearnutsta
Union. Natlonalid patty of
Mexico 'and a Soct- list neonim
Von known as the Socialiqt Groups
of the Mexican Republic.

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The thing that tniti(senett
so much alike is that they all think
Owre different AIWA

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ROBERT W. WHITE
kohert W: White,' lifth grade
teacher at the Fort Kobbi elemen

Led UM, li I, WC I' 01 1, nuum cmnen-1 mvesugauon oe '.Wert OUL
tary school. has been notified
the National Science Foundation men, ,all with higher priorities
by 5 The grouP Included five enlisted' I1e.ves'ul5 or Lne
tare being ferwarded to appropri4 The 28-year old former chem.
of '' the 'passengers ,,!Zpt COMManell to determine Pion SY" ladged in a cell at City
that 4 Mg hhCil atVarded giant Ithall tigille tigilleto
to tigilleto attend Rtegers University her or not disciplinary' at;'1111111 after 1 adthitting he had'
the Summer Institute on elementa
for aboard. They were' rushing hem! tyli
'because of deaths or other crises on is required." 'hidden in the Ronnie's five and 10
The enlisted men who were About four hours later, the jail
ry mathematics. This is a six. in their families. !. ' 'before closing' time last' night.
wilci Umped were Bell, A-2c. Robert,turnkey, Harvey Filmore, found
week course for teachers in the
intermediate grades which will A liutenant and a civilian,
had no priority, also were In the 1 D
T Kr", ell n q.. ., NI I
star in July. I group. Y.. A-3e Cordon N. Read of Ithaca head pipe in the cell. '" -:',''
. .. Saxton dangling from, an over overThe
The overThe National Science Foundation ,, ) .. ,, ,p,re 0;op ,,,,,, N.Y. S-Sgt. John P. Snyder of Filmore, said the: ea-fighter lad
is sPonsorins -1Z-0-,Such ,inslitutesr 2,0gfisials said Platt, his Wife and
throughout the (lilted 'Vales 'tor file foweit prioritY--a'aPsce-svail- Y,Iln,ter.grnift,14,a...;. and S-Sgt.- Paul knotted''hi-Vicks together, 'tied
I them around, his 'neck and loot.
the coming summer. These will able basis--and could -not bump j-- .11'.
cover both scienee and. math. anfone under official regulations. Also bumped were Lt. Jatnes P. I ed the ends over a water ,pipe
tedich of Rckville Centre. ,lsl. near the ceiling of the cell. ,-
The New Brunswick, N.J.. school
will have a eource 'bat features a boId'Ty,h,?re was room for every
- an'd civilian Ernest Davis 'of The turnkey. said SaxtonN still
his family Chevy Chase, Md., who i, had no, was "constious when'he cul,4'''',hin't
thy spokesman explained,
two-week laboratory for rondrue. because Platt and , ,.1inrifiA . ,-, mn,,,, ,,,h6 yitir,ia,, .0.,,,,,t, .6,,h

wo-week laboratory for construe- a ma La mu!
, , 8 hretnt the total of
because rtatt

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I Th. eh" .t.d nn, -"41 iti-iyba-c11)ein--'-in-ideo-nly seconds

,
"" "' Tha antistad Mnn, ably had been made only seconds
tive teachine a ds for mathema- at their homes in the United before it:was discovered by Fit
paue.t2ges2. Jo40: ass s.,t,Aalfin.

tics.,Thiq wilt be foll3we'l by four fourweeks
weeks fourweeks of enecial lectures to be
conducted bv outstsinding persons
in the field of mathematics.

this he taught for, five, years In
the Poica City4:0kla., school sys system,
tem, system, and has one ittar's experi experience
ence experience as sports editor of the Marvville-Alcoa
Daily Times of Mary Maryville,
ville, Maryville, Tenn. He received his BA
from the University of Oklahoma
and his MA from Oklahoma State
University.
White will 4)e ecromosnied by
his wife, Mrs. Robert W. White,
who teaches at tIle Balboa Annex
elementary school.

'HORSES PASS ?EST
I TOKYO (UPI) The horses
that will be used in the wedding
procession of Crown Prince Aid Aidbit
bit Aidbit end Michiko Shoda April 10
have ben tested for their re,.4c,
tion to crowds. A throng of 2,200
volunteers waved -flags aud
shouted. "banal", under tne
horses noset at thp imperial pal
ace groundt. Police Said to
1day the horses took it all in
stride.

41,

is how the automobile owned by the Rev. Jo'hn.,Spaltling, 33;pastor oft'
St-Mary,the Virgin Church, of :Rain Bow City; looked after the accident on the Trans-Itthmian
Highway nesy.l.datiden Dam idet..Wednesday. The pastor and lila brothers, Ricardo, Carlos and
Rafael 'were riding in his car en 'route Pto Chilibre ,when Spalding apparently lost control ,and
went off the road,running into a chive. Others injured in the accident are: TOM) Dominguez
and Oscar A. Perez, the driver of the, chive, ,Spalding is ) under txpatment in the Amador
Guerrero Hosp,ital as a result of the adcident. L,

TOKYO, April 4---(UP)--;The Air
Force said Itoday enlisted men on
emergency! leave svere 15umped
front a milithry ,-plane to make
room for at. vacationing.officer and
his family because of errors in
arithmetic and administration.
Lt. Col. Charles P. Platt was
cleared by the Air Force of charg charges
es charges that he was responsible for ac actually
tually actually bumping the men from the
plane that took off for California
March 26' with eight empty seats.
An Air Force spolcesman said
someone added six to 34 and got 48,
making it appear there were seven
too many passengers aboard the
41-seat transport.
The Air Force also said it was a
serious 'administrative erroet that
allowed the plane tO take off from
Tachikasya Air Base with the emp empty
ty empty seats and other filled with pas passeneers
seneers passeneers on regular leave, while the
drniin teeltuierl five enlisted
man now 1(.4 hphind.

But when ono of the booking
, personnel added tho names of
the six Nets to tho 34,alroady
on tho manifest, he game up
with a total of 48, instead of 40.
f The seven .nieu were bumped,
,v".1
I the plane left with only 33 pas pas)
) pas) sengers,
The plane was recalled after 3b
- minutes in the air by 1,1 Gen. Ro Ro)
) Ro) bert W. Burns, the top American
1 commander in Japan, after he re-Iceived
a telephone coil from Air
man Cove Y. Bell. 27, of Favet

el Arithmetic Blani
,
Itirnping',9f Fivp

man Coye Y. Bell, 27, of Fayet
teville, Tenn., one 'of tie Inlisted
k The general ordered the cot.
mei to remain in Tokyo and put.
tho enlisted men on the plane.
-"When,' concluded that in er er'
' er' rut bad been made in loading the
, aircraft, I directed its return and
tion." the general said. 1
was my intention,to' see that
passengers were accommodated
in accordance with teh priority.
You may be Imre that I am takiug
5 every action to see that such an
g incident does not recur."
,'Platt, who fomerly resided in
Brookbin,,N.Y., ant now: is COM,
' e Ts 1
) Squadron at 'rachikawa, .denlit he
t "I'm sorry that this happened,"
he said., do not feel I was res res-
- res- ponoible'for 1L" ,s
The Air 'Force investigation
blamed the incident on an admin.-

istrative error by personnel of the
Air Transportation, Coordinating
Office, which allowed the lie
to take off with,eight empty seats,
while priority, -emergency leave
passengers-were left behind.,
"Bp his actions," the-, Air
Force said. "Lt. Col. Platt con contributed
tributed contributed to the confusion whkh
caused the impressiolg he had
caused the bumping ef emer9-
ency leave passengers.

"The evidence does not support
the allegattion that Lt. Col. Platt
took any action to "bump" emer,-
gency leave passengers.
"As a reult of the inVestiga inVestigation,
tion, inVestigation, procedures fiT leading prior
passengerS have been 'revie,
ed are being revised' to mil
clude recurrenee of similar incid incidents.
ents. incidents. "The results orthe investigation

priorities.

at' their homes in the United before it was discovered by Fil.rucross tne rnia-r Remo Willt,U ...
tates, said Platt had bumped 'more on a routine checif on the I been operated bylan AmeriCan
them from' the plane. cell, , Airways since 1946, liarng Horig
....,

winwn VELOCITY (Mi Pot Hour)
45 35 15 ) 20 15
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TEMPERATURE
eas
8213 81 60.5
72. 71 69.5
63. 61 69
Blo 49 47
41e 39 36

306 28 25

88.5 k
80
68
87
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(UP1)--- Former welterweight box boxing
ing boxing thampion4ohnny Saxton tried
to hang himself a cell today af after
ter after he was arrested while alleged allegedly
ly allegedly burglarizing a five and ten cent
store.
Saxton was captured by more
than a dozen policemen who sur surrounded
rounded surrounded the store shortly after
midnightt, kitten a passerby notic noticed
ed noticed 'a liahhlight being played a around
round around inside. Police said several
sackS of merchandise were found
in the store, apparently ready to
bp ta 111.1 tit.

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BREWERY VISIT A delegation Lig members of the Atlantic eavers Coopera ve Society SIPPed Sal os eer yes erday
of this National Brewery, and Irbil ,relationc.director Arturo Mufti the beer lounge following a conducted tour of the

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President Eisenhower eventually
will have te settle the bitter inter international
national international air route dispute whkh
smoldered tedir betweet the Brit British
ish British Overseas Airways and the TA's
Northwest t
broki idea's-Neel-.
west. blocked BOAC's :areund-theworlit
jet serVice Ihrlproteeting a agitinst
gitinst agitinst the'relate'tottheSivilytero-':
nautics Board, ,(CAI,3);
NorthWeSt.w,partictilarly' as OP OP'posed
'posed OP'posed to 'a scheduled Stop, in to

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State Depart Ment Off eciall
premised yegterday to go &Mout
to get full approval fer the BOAC
,flights,,which cress the United
States.- 1
The British flights would Itottell
down In Negr,York, San Fraticisco,
HonoluluTokyo and Hong Kong.'
The route already has been ap approved.in
proved.in approved.in a bilateral US:British a;
greement In addition, 1CAB op operating
erating operating permit is necessarl
EiSentIOWer will make'lhe final
detertnination after ,the CAB' rules
on the Northwest' protesC '
Northwest vice president C. L.1
stewart has told the CAB in a
statement that the BOAC flights
would driln-ainiost 13Anillicn dol dollars
lars dollars a year in ticket salek from
US companies flying acrois the
Pacific. He said $5,400,000 of Olio
would come from Northwest.
He said the State Department
and the CAB ,anparently did not
understand the .4,'serious impact"
of the BOAC Ilights.on US aklinee aklineeHe
He aklineeHe said the'British,service would
,nlace this countreo confers in
"serioust economic jeopardy."
The CAB is awaiting a bearing
examiner's recommendations on
the BOAC
The d'AB itovw,BOAg,pirOil:'
Sion March 25 fer two
gural flights. The first was yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. BOAC estimated It would
lose 513,000 on the two itopi
,,cause it cannot charge for It.
service until IC, receives C B
, clesranco.'74
.BOAC Managing direct'or: Basil
Smallpiece 'indicated after yeater yeaterday's
day's yeaterday's trip that he believed North Northwest
west Northwest protested the route because
Britain had not' given the US car carrier
rier carrier permission' to land, at',, ItOng
KOng.N
'He ',sate, tinPortrund'ittgld
kervici ifttd been postpone on y
terntforaril
"It sbeuld be made be'
said, "that what we BOAC are
seeking to de is merely to exercise
Our right, to pmvide the,Britith
counternert ,tef'American servieea
across the reid-Pacifie whieh haVe

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tried try 500,000 members of 62 Peronist-led Vaik,,, '''
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I age 'had ;,,,,,.,,i,,,,,.K,',Nie d tentination after the CA rut a
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, Force 'said 'today 'enlisted men! on Air Transportation, Coordinating
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"et,"' einergencyt leave, were Vumped Office, which allowed the. pi,ene 'II 11 ''' 'I- '' e
Pug' is ax ow. co the. Northwest':protest. etalting off and:l'isr. afraid I waif :!:!
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vice :pre not, too polite : to '' the ', passenger .', !-
, t -, :::: .0,0i.i'' from a military ,-plane to make to take off with,-,eight empty seats-, .,,, .,,
2 '' "' ' Stewart has told'. the' CAB in a 0 I If
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an ..,..i4,,' for a. vacationing officer and while priority, ,,emergency ieave
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ed to take x;! his family. because of errors in passengers:7nel' left behind., -- nes To
- Hang, statement that the The Ereksteini will 'iiave :nearly:J,,,
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wotdd drilWitlinnat',- ., tr' om 1500 ,',,..ene ''. their, rotmd-the-world, ,',.',..,
pills' Teel arithmetic and administration. ,,
at the Eli ,:,i::,.:. Lt. Col. Charles P. Platt was y
"B hit actions," the,' 'Ah, . y :'s .., tars a year, in ticket salef ipl i ; it il'e,t Lik ''' ':' ' -' '1".. ''
Si bhaaern.j):!rivildte43 aro ag ., ,,, ti ,....f.
!as A vice .,,,:;.,, fo,q4,5,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,to said "Lt Col Platt-- con
cleared' by the Air Force of charg- 'Force .
Self In JallCell atrolis,1 ,,, mrs,, livuu,i.,, mo,, Boo .., Boyd et ..,:
Pacific. He said 85,400,000 IDI ''''.., SanJorancisco. said: 'I 'thought 1 ':,''
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es that he was responsible for ac- tributed to the confusion whkb
ATLANTIC. cut N .3 .; April-
would come 'from;Northwest.-
US companies flYing
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then se ...:::ft,:A,,,,k,,t,v.., .;,,;,0::,:,:,:,,,-,...
id 'A'i,,,,K,,i,i,i'WimN,,o, .4,;A:mii;i:i.::... tuauY humPing the men frm the caused the impressionp he had
d th State Department
tie sai e have enough, monek tei extend her
know?". : Former welterweight box- and the 'CAB, apparently, ,,,
Aid 'not p. :
tort ::,::.::q:15.I.':,',;:tk,:::,,,::'!::::i,iii'ff;. 'INgi:iiiMiiiKEVA march 28 with eight empty seats, s ors. ,,
ency leave eas an9 ing einempion4ohnny Saxton tried
,i.I.Zasig.QM:4'4ig:'' Ns!:giiEmsno4,i plane that took off for California caused' the bumping of mere- (up1).,
ous -imitate f di', U, 1 , , ..,' ,,
had a---- ifiWiie,;,;:iism::i::;::. i:,:..:.::::im.pmimg
mw:x:,,:;.:m,, n:s,.:,::x:::::m,,m'itii,:,:g. An ir 0 e-
A I' r 0 apokesman said '' : to hang himself iet a cell today af- ..i.,. tri,;,p.'to !grope.; 1,he,,,, sam.,...,,,,!,..,,,,,i.:.i:,.;,....i,
- 1003iiims..K::?0,?:.: 'immx:K:::'fti,::::-"' ... dd d ix to 34 and got 48,
the allegation that Lt. Col. Platt ly burglarizing ,a five and ten cent
"The evidence does not support ter he was 'arrested while alleged- o t e , ci
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took any action to "bump" enter,- store. --, : .- ,. He said the' British serviee.weul ; :.4:,... , i NY !i7fT,..!:. :,:-?: .,.:., ,,L :,,,:; p :
L 1.11 4WW:k:iiika.:M SaiagiMA m akhig it appear there were seven ' rriets in' .,
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, gency leave passenters. ,' ,,1 Saxton was. captured hi more .,,,,
over." p'WEAEi,4,:iiiigiiigi viiiii:if.c.0,:p,..; too many passengers It ,
Urfniadch:Stt8t6hiiiditscAl:foigul!h:Ststryerl:ucsa awili7ett: ,..,..n...,.6..
"serieus 1 economic jeopardy
a r a f t e ves ga- than a dozen policemen who sur- .01
to had the ,OORPORzAiM MiMM341 41-seat transport.
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Is said it was a ;
ed to scare aMeatmed :esigg66,,,, The Air Force! 'rhe CAB 'is- awaiting a bear lig ,:, ., . ., .,..1 e 1
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ecIT and tire being revised' to priil ed Itaildight being played a- -1 m r h 25 4or two pro- naull 1:1 ',
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cession of crown Prince Asi- ,' Net., who lomerly resider' in ,1 ,'w -.v.... I e; "f ..-- 4 ; ,1,- ', ,, '...,4! ,.t 1 ......... .
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ILI. wIND-..-flt isn't the 'cld, It's the velocity" might ,iill Income 2 standard Sayintkr, I
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uteri "banzsi", under toe dirm sorry that this happened," is based on the Arml'S wind4emPerature chart' A littie practice with it wilt en' in maldrig ,, loof
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grounda. Police a a I d to- ponoible"' for it.1,' ,s '' '1,-, ,,,, belt), and 20-ratio-an-hour winds add up .to 'the equivalent of 38 degrees Velow zero lia tar f$ '', -1. 'qui' a''.1.sa 1:ill 'mit ajite'16;14. ,
the horses took it all ini The Air 'Force 'investigation exposed. portions alb. anatomy arek concerned (the same as being in a windless deep teas ',, :-.--, ,-- 7 -"4"-tff'r'f,-- if-"
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