The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02878

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gontait. you haus your transport
'perAfton between Norfolk and
vise South Atlantic, What !,thout
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the.. nations id the South' At Atantic'
antic' Atantic' antl to develop the Means of
oordirtating our activities;'With
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;1-le ,said" the commander is taldng
taste'foree down the coast' of
outh: Artiezica, to demonstrate' ani-submarine
tactics and techniques
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Darden, chief of ',the
!anal Zone Division,' is
-aving by air', Wednesday for e
ombined vacation and business
a-) the,71Truited ,State3.-
Ile will, go,Jirst to ,Ilarrlsburg,
'a; -Where he will be Joined later
y Vire. Darden wpo go by
Ansa m a 'Line; i The, will spend
ost of 'their time,at.their home
here,- returning-I' ,to Canal
.one, about, the middle ,of
Daridert 411 'to attend a ,sixday
;eminar on homicide investigation
o be given at the School of
licine of Iiarvard University ear ear5r
5r ear5r next -month." The -seminar' is
)eirig held under the sponsorship
. the New; Hampshire State
,
211:hiring' Darden' abicetei: Capt.
laddis Wiall, Balboa District Com.
natinder; will act as shief of Canal
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re 40-borrowing wot a Om ,o
languages, mainly. English,
- The ceinpaign yaelaunched by
an organization of patriotic lin.
--zuists, known es the office of the
Prench vocabulary (OW) and for
24- ...hours,- the OVE clamped a
tight watch -on the language us used
ed used all across France.
One startling result' was that
all '.,-mention- of ,,gangsten vanish vanishe
e vanishe -.from lewspaper'l crime
pages. tristead newspaper resort resorted
ed resorted to such 19th Century terms as'
"resouilleurs" or even mauvais
garcons" which is French

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prehended bY Balboa:police yeaterd
, day' after living-nearly weeice ii
.board the Sea :Scout ship anchored
'Off Diablo, it wail learned today.
;, The' 'deserter. is Machinist Mate
.2nd Class- William' B.' 'Patterson:.
.r.'; The fugitive', weir discoverod- by
C; oroplqe "of the
oiltract aticOnspectioil Viireatt,
aiid three, Scouts who went-aboard
the ship to readY.Atfor the -coming
See-Scout race.
hwestigation It Was, learn.,
ed, that the Seaman,' assigned to
the NaVy attack: cargn'ship US$.
Arneb, anchored licross4he Canal,
bad slipped. off hisk.ship',sometime
aftet dark on Mondey,,,March-z30
and SWIM t0 .tiny island 4ust,off
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also by watery, to the ,moored
foot Scout ship Southern Cross. En Entry
try Entry was gained by forcing the rear
gangway entrtmce, and there the
seaman settled down to a solitary'

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ing- daughter, residents of 7,,Ta 7,,Taboga
boga 7,,Taboga Island,,'. were airlifted to
,the mainland.- this : morning -by
a rescue,,helicopter stationed:At
Albrook !Air Force :Basei
Zt,,,svas, reported : to the 41-
:brook Rescue Coordthation Cert.
ter, that Ramos Batista ,was In-,
lured' 'in a- 'vehicle' accident
he- was -:;returning.Ao 'his- home,
after 'seeking medical aid ': for
-his ,sick, daughter,,,,yolarida.Ba.
-tista suffered 'severed head, in in'
' in' ,tiported,...but
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the helicopter; ..lpiloted by 14:.
lames Ao Darden.; with. ',Ale.,
Bruce. It' Larson so xrew,ehief,
..answered -the .emer,gency -call at
5:20,1t.m,1:$1, ,,
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After:landing at. Albreoki,Bs.
'tlits;,,, and '1, his daughter were
transferred! to : Santo Tomas
HOSpitarjOr'' treatmerit.';

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take part in the 'annual spring mu music
sic music 'festival, to 'be held Thursday
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I', Otte of ,the most It ceable' dis disappearances
appearances disappearances was the word "strip.
tease,",, pronounced streeptiz,
from the amusement ads.' One of
the most startling -wag the dhoti).
penance' of ,upipell..e,"' pronoune
ed peepleen. It became '',
dues'l for 24 hours, at least
,Though a big network of OW
vatchbirds -were watching, there
were plenty of fumbles.
tit In the sports pages of,' staid,
carefully written newspapers like
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stores1 aboard lie ; motor
cruiser,: ;
-!, When, discovered yesterday by
golmes,. and the three Scouts. be
offered BO' resistance. and went
peaceitillie with 'Balboa polka Ivhe
were sturlinoned4 '
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turned', ever:be ptl l2Iii?Vsk District
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1''atterson failed lei sail aboard
the Arneb whenshe left Canal Zone
waters April ;

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An airtight alibi Was tbe
pal defense by means of which a
Panamanian employe 'of the Army
Corozal Cold' Storage Warehouse
was found not' guilty today on a
charge of attempting to steal a
case of tinned ham.
. Osmond C. Johnson; 35, was spe specifically
cifically specifically charged with trying to
leave the Corozal reservation Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, March 28 with the case of
hams in the back ot his )mrrowed
panel truck. He waa first charged
with attempted grand larceny in
Balboa Magistrate'a Court but the
government later Moved that this
charge be reducech, te attempted
petty larceny and tbe value of the
hams be fixed at We'
el'he governmentt lease rioted
primarily on the leitimony of tee
Military- Police gate' guard, wh9
testified that Johnson had attempt attempted
ed attempted to pass the gate when the guard
noticed the unopened-, case in the
rear of the panel trUck trUck't
't trUck't Alter determining., that the ease
contained cold storage hams mark marked
ed marked ''ProPertr xd the Commissary
DiViSiOni"' the, guard 'testified, he
removed the case trim the truck
and requested Johnsen to wait at
the gatehouse while authorities
were summoned.
,(Ilowever" c e o'fding lo the
guard's testimony, Johnson bolted
to the truck and made his escape.
Johnson, -who Was represented by
David Robles, Maintained that on
the. Saturday in question. he had
spent the lours between 1 and 5
p.m., at the Chesterfield' Bar in
Panama 'City.: The bartender and
three 'bar patrons testified-, that
Johnson, had 'spent those hours at
the cantina.
In summing up the caksee,4, Judge
oho H.' Deming noted that tbe,
reasonable doubt, raised by the 1
conflicting testimonrt left him no
choice but to find the defendant
not guilty of the charge and John,
son walked out of Couk tree

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As, Torrijos' forces move deeper
into the mountains,Zeommtmica mountains,Zeommtmicadons
dons mountains,Zeommtmicadons with them-are becoming more
sketchy.
R is now understood that the reb rebel
el rebel band, led by columnist Jaime
Padilla Be liz, left Panama in hired
care Friday afternoon. Two -of the
cars, hired for $50 each from Hotel
El Panama Hilton and the Garage
Elias, were used as roadblocks
near Santa ire, and completely de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. ,
This was where the gun-toting
band left, the crude country road
and took to the hills.
Belizhad shown up In his
battle fatigues and "Revolutionary
Action Movement", armband at a
Santa Au Plaza meeting last
week, 'but no one seems to have
taken much official notice- of this
episode.
Ramiro Castrellen, of Santa
Pe, told yesterday how about'
three hours after the Castre-elad
gang heisted thousands of rounds
of ammunition from a San Fran Fran4cisce
4cisce Fran4cisce do Voraguats 'ferret ms4
thinegunpaint, Rodrigo 'Pinion
routed him from his bed and
drafted him as a guide.
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He led them bacli Into the moun mountains
tains mountains till, sometime after daylieht,
they decided to sleep. Cestrellon
then took off fast back home to
Santa Fe.
Castrellon and others well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the cordillera believe
the rebels should have no trouble
getting plenty of food. There is am ampie
pie ampie game, and also smallAndian
farms.
'Best ettrthater of the '-rebels"
present posittort is in the vicinity
of El Banquillo, a slope of the Ce.
rro Tute, about 25 miles of ,rough
traveling from Santa Irt.
'Panama CitYwas calm ever the
weekend, except 'for one reported
incident of backlit, In a Idown Idowntown
town Idowntown square bringing a brisk tom
mygun burst in response from
patrol ear. "' ,,
One newsman and tv,4 opposition
,politicians were arrested and ques questioned
tioned questioned Saturday might in eonnection
with rebel band before being re releaned.
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ComMunist daily' finmanite filled ness via boomins
an accotmt of a future boxing bars" and "milk
bout w. t't oh.m Worus, nounced: sondveecl
like ,uoutsider" anC. 'handicap" ting an eye.4
crept into the pages. I people ordered "sal
:Forma like "plum, velue";crept However they asl
Into the, financial ,,tcolumns. One chauds" at places
newsparr used "music hall" in dogsv, But. they. Alt
a big black headline... , this was not an 01
, On the radio, suave radio ad- The OVIP said 4t
nouneers paid little:, ettention to row-minded organ
the OVP provam but used words it. just wants Fret
like "sexy" and "stars" which speet their mother
the rrenchman understands per- was once the
feetly well. s guage et diplomac
Meanwhile In life busilk-mour."
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ness via booming at "snack
bars" and "milk bare where
nounced: sondveech) witheut bat,
ting an eye.4 ,
people ordered "sandwiches"' (pro (pro'
' (pro' However they asked for "chiens
chauds" at places that serve bot
dopy, But- they. always have,, so
this was not 'an Oltr victory,, 4.
, The VIP said,it a, not a narrow-minded
organisation, it said
it,. just wants Frenchme.,, to ,, re respect
spect respect their mother tongue which
was once the international lan languageot
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Capt.,' ()mar iTorrijos; field commander of the
3 -man National Guard detachment'. liursuing a;
'r CI balid,in the 'In ountainS'of Veragu. as, waw,;
woundedin an 'ambush today according t4A un-1
ccin,t ffrnied re' p' orts. ,, ', ' ,,,
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, ,rreviously it 'was -believed that the Nationali
Guardsmen were 18 hOuri behind the machine-1
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gun-toting re e s
lteports:of the skirmish in which Torrilos was said
to-,have,been hurt mention no others wounded, 'dead or
captired on either side. , ,
,',, lorrijos was born and raised near the rugged col,.
dillerat to which the17-mad band of self-styled revolu-s,-
tionaries has, fled. ,, : ,'
1 ', The, revolutionaries,' clad in jungle green fatig-ues
such 0,S,uniformed Fidel, Castre,ss Cuban mountain fight.,
ers, include the brothers Rodrigo,-and Polidoro Pinzn,
who hays a famil farm in the area, They ere arse using
local guides.', '. '.
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: Exr;erienced use of mountain hails could bring them,
out of the:Allis almost anywhere in Veraguas or Chiriqui:
proyince; ekleyert Ans the -Atlantic,tdag,;.14nIctr thtt
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in. Col. Solivarltaiiiiino had-issueVa tornmuniqUe on re...!
coht developments in the affair by early vternoon. ',

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RAMIRO CASTRELLONs. telling..him-zbow the...fleeing
routed Win Out 'of bedl'in.his homat.in the end-of--the-road3
village of Santa re and kompelled him to guide them:back into'
the mountains he knows well. Castrellon took off back tfor:
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IftEBEL POSITiONthe above map shoWi,tliS -area mhere detachments of the Nadonal Guard
are atiempting to catch up with the rebel band which- raided an arms store early Saturda7
morning4The band is estimated to be in tha,, vicinityfetElt; Banguillo,'Son the slopes of Cerro
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REVOLUTIONARY LEADER At left is '3alme Padilla Bells sporting the green lima fatigues
1 and MAR armband which hci Eduardo Blanco (right) and a group of others 'Wore at a rally
in Santa Ma Plaza. last week., Blanco reportedly bid goodbye Dia rridaY, tellin
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, 2 .The Mad Eon lo en open 0111111 tw readers, Tin Panama American.
Leiters ate totaivot gratefully end ere handled in si wholls confidential
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x ,.-, lf op nonwhite il letter don't be Impatient 0 0 doesn't apneas the
1 01110 dna. Letters aro nollished in the order recalvink
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-..':.A: Unita of Sot writers Is held in strict tonflieonc --
, .,..., The newspaper assumes se responsibility- for statements et opinions
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".;'s And so I've been hopin'
,.'- It's OK by Potter
etilor us guys to swat her.
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;ixli",: UNION ELECTIONS'Vr '','.' '' 'i''
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f 4,4e4AiNon-Chameleon's" reply (Mail Box, Itai'eh 30)'' to 4A' Dotk
t Worker". (Mail Sox, March 12) concerning the recent election of of off
f off Scots of Local 900 vs a real piece of ignorkince written'by tonteone
tOh. apparently .would have to criticize the'lMlon 'even If St. Peter
. name.down to urth to run it.
,voi.fror the first time in the history of the' hid, 114 rank-and-file
t had an opportunity to be heard-and cast their helots to elect the
1 people of their choice to run their organizatittn:
..''. 14441 assume "Non-Chameleon" refers to the union under the lead leadship
ship leadship of Edward A. Gaskin as the era of democracy and strength.
1,19!my Pinion Gaskin brought the union down ,to nothing. A group
of kave men had to restore it to the strength, prestige and respect
Iit.itas today. Cpaskin, as far as I could seeneyer permitted any tYP0
ot,opposition to,his leadership. During the.oleetions milder his tead teadership,
ership, teadership, someone. made sure only 72 people Out of ieveral thousand
-,,yieuld travel to La Boca to vote him into ,office.with no opposition.
' Today we hue a situation ivhere the administrative committee
Awned the whole works over to a committee to conduct the electing
!,cor officers. with tbe entire membership participating.
The Men who polled the highest number of votes were declared
l'eleeted to office. If the voters hapt,ened to include two,members
1,of the election committee among those they chose, I don't see any,
pilling to complain about. As candidatel they too had opposition. Did
li,
"iGaskin ever have to stand against oppositioti? t
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, Talldng about a write-in vote, I did just that. I-dia oOt like any
, of the' candidates for President. I wrote in the candidate of my
,'choice. He go! three votes. So What? Why doesn't "Non-Chame,',
'eon" tell how many times Gaskin .allbwed aaybody to run for of of'
' of' fice, let alone to choose the candidate of his ownchoice.
' I remember the last election under Gaskin's regime. Each del delegate
egate delegate had to show GaFkin's henchmen his ballot before he could de
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oosit the ballot in the box. Is that the type of election "Non-Chame;leon"
likes?
i I Am Far Fair Flay

SERGEANTS' REVOLT

Sir
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From whin, I have been bearing around town'', there seemi to be
something rather fishy about the so-called "Sergeant's Revolt"
:Which was reportedly nipped in the bud recently by Fabania police
thief Bolivar Vallarino
so The situation did not smell too good at the 'beginning and as
:Nine goes by, the odor is becoming more Powerful. The civilians
who were arrested or sought as alleged conspirators and ringlead ringlead,
, ringlead, ers have all protested their innocence, which I guess they would do
' whether they were guilty or not
, However, their stories seem so plausible, and the official version
rof the alleged plot seems' so far-fetched, that no one needs too much'
urging tq,believe lint, the whole thing wat,deelgtted Tith something:
!questionable in mind.
' I have been told that the Nationat Guardsmen allegedly impli impli':cated
':cated impli':cated in the plot are still under arrest, while the civilians who were
4inked with the conspiracy have been released on ball.' But to ease
:1,the pain, the Guardsmen are still. earning their salaries and frawing
their regular paychecks every fortnight.
tt to Add this all UP and you may arrive at the conclusion that there
,iji",lomething rotten nearer than Denmark.
sot ; Observer

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', eel for the poor people of Panama who have telephone head-,
oropi, I
.1,A11011,, heti it is any consolation to them. the high-powered Ameri Ameri;jean
;jean Ameri;jean efficiency of the telephone. systems on the Zone isn't se hot either.
r It seem; ridieulous to me that every outfit furnishes its. own
41eleohone system. In Coco I understand. you can have your choice
PanCanal,, Army or Navy phones. Bills and services differ. also
:)tervice. You-have to be a mastermind to decide which prefix to use
',where.
i; My line, installed and maintained by the' Navy, is supposedly a
,private wire. At-least that's what I Day for every montIL We con con4ider
4ider con4ider it not normal routine. but a stroke of lutk just short. of a mfr.
tack if we' get the same number we dial. - 4
Sometime 'you pick uo the phone and there 'are strange' noises
:and faint mutterings coming from the hinterlands, but no dial tone.
iTeleDhoning all the way from Amador to Kobbe is, an evening's irk.
',Pn occasions.' the guy on the' other end speaks lin loud quid 'clear,
Ant he can't hear a 'thing. A call to the Atlantic Side is eren' more
lu
.1 I have often Wondered how l'enuld survive if I heeded an &mini &miniUwe
Uwe &miniUwe from Gorge' in a hurry. The hospital lipes seem constantly
;busy
,VPknow LIM. not alone in this frustrating telephone confusion,.
!because Own- home Phone rings three or leur times a day for,
:Xomeene else. People who are exPecting my Callit coMetain
4tever received them, although I could distinctly hear a photie ring ringing
ing ringing at the r-ther end.
Sn cheer up. all You who are droopy froth dialing in Panama Ci City.
ty. City. The perfectionist 'Americans have a long way to go before the
'telephone system on the Zone is straightened out.
,, Cressail Wires

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COULD IT 1111 A CUSTOMIllitt.. '
itir:,
' '',,Was Governor Potter persuaded to Ted his trpstigi to a silly sillyhati
hati sillyhati party? It looked so In Wednesday's paper where he sat sur surrounded
rounded surrounded bv Sen. Hruska and Rep. Dingell. -,
Thought thos affairs were just for the ladies. , 1,
If it's not a hat, what do you call the oblecfprotruding. tromAhe
gubernatorial hair? .4,, -, i, A 4,
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Has it replaced the venerable clock 'as a backgrinindAtenk in
the Balboa Heights studio? ,
Inscinstant Router
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GONG REQUESTED
Sir:,
Why do you encourage Mail Box contributors to be so long
winded? I say encourage because it looks to me that the letters are
getting longer and longer.
' If other readers react as I do, few take the time to ph through
these long letters that just go on and on. Soine writers seem to want
to give an opinion on every subject all at once.
Why not ring the gong somewhere?

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There tre titles east' of, CMca,
go which string out like a- main
line- of crime. Vice hangs --over.
their helples4, decent folk thick thicker
er thicker and blacker than the smoke
from belching' steel plant stacki.,
Within- three Weeks; the McClel McClelIan
Ian McClelIan racket rippers will t ea r
I. 'through the tmog of syndicated
-crimeand 'ff -this' land of ours
.is not too. smug to be shocked
'and still has left in itthe' will to
gasp, there'll be i lot of-breath
snucking. ,, ,,,
In' that 'Indiana einuitY east of
Chicago and in those border bad-
linds on' the 'edge of the big city.
committee counselor Bob Kentie
dy has found 'some crooked Po
heto some crooked. proiecutorsi
and some mighty disdainful-Mobsters
for whom you cao-use only,
the corny words,- vice overlords.
For months now Senate 'Commit 'Committee
tee 'Committee probers hail' been Piling-, up
dossiers on thugs from Chicago's
"Gold Coast" Orating --.1rotind
the big steel mills and.ehemical.
plants of Gary, Hammond,' Calu Calumet
met Calumet City and, East Chicago: -
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In the past few yeael I've wan wandered
dered wandered tlu-ough these streets
where everything tawdry is on
sale, cheap and in the open. Row
on row the grimy bars lean on 1
each other. Through their doors 1
brash noises and hopped-upt mu-
sic pours blatant evidence of
juke hoxes,'. pinball 'games.: num numbers
bers numbers rackets and just -the racket
.of sleazy. hutnans 'battering each
other. There'e a morbid. rawness
which makes Bill Saroyan an&
Tennessee Williams apnear spe specialists
cialists specialists in laughter uolimited.
These cities are the bmckdron
for the McClellan Committe's fi final
nal final bit. of ',drama.. So depraved
is this crime that the Dostoev Dostoevskian
skian Dostoevskian touch is' added by the mob mobsters
sters mobsters cheating their help of 'a de decent
cent decent wage.
To do -this. they have 'set un
an independent union to cover
some of their locations, No oth other.
er. other. labor organizer has a -chance.
The boys have protection. It
grimes from tisk muscled minion
of the proletariat JOPY Glim,co.
one of the uncnosen leaders of
Chicage's Teamsters.' Technically.
Glimco is president of Local
77; de facto,- he Is the boo and
an intimate- of most of James
Hoffa's Meilen entourage; ..
Becatise sli this Is crime in incarnate,
carnate, incarnate, Bob Kennedy has elms elmsen
en elmsen ,it for what will be, in effect.
the Committee's Imst .effort to
sfir the nation and its preoccu-
pied government,
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Thre will be a fee', inop-uP
hearings.- But the probe 'of the a arte.
rte. arte. just east' end south of Chick
go will ..reelli ,be.the ,SMctIctlint
enittof ..he bk bViiitl.e.tof wittlesio
es. W'lguinmerlime MiCleniti
and Kennedy Will hive been dueL
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in with the mob for 'almost four
ye s. Fro behind all:ties,
Fif Amendments and the' sub suburban
urban suburban mansions of the free
spending. underworld, the MeCiellan-Xeimedy
teani has ripped the
biggest of the beads end. placid
them 'on' the .itin& '
There belie been:about i bi bien
en bien state proseetitiens- and' three
Federal coneictions. Two of
these weft Teamsters, G I e If n
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Smith of Te nessee and Dive
Beck of Welsh Won. A third is
one Jim Elkin of Portland. Ore.
Ironically, Elk s was. one of the
Committee's fri.endly witnesses.
Hetumed hiit We recordings of
other mobsters osier to the Prob.
ers. For Making' theie tines, the
fates landed him 'in jail for vio violating
lating violating Federal wire tapping sta statutes.
tutes. statutes. So the score is three. out' of
hundreds' who-refused to' answer
questions on whether they ,would
cheat their 'members or commit
stson or steal union funds.
Scores of violations of 'the Taft Taft'Hartley
'Hartley Taft'Hartley Law were expo sed.
There svas 'sworn testimonv pro providing
viding providing evidence of -destruction of
such property- -as, million dollar
restaurants, of -juke boxes,- which
were bathed .in acid and of
trucks and conitruction equl p pment.
ment. pment. ,
.
There, was evidence of the
swindling of welfare and pension
fund monies, sometimes. in.hatch in.hatches
es in.hatches of half I million dollars.- There
were -get-rich-quidt land schemes,
phoney stock' ,,,deitls, fakei insur insurance.
ance. insurance. and brokerage 'outfits and
false front j comminies owned lAi
the mobs whieh have invaded
some' iit the unlink.' .' '4, .i --
Yet the stage is set-for the fl flnal
nal flnal act curtain onPit loncruiming
dramaa teal life : drimit, at
which the'. atidiente seem; to
have suffered moat; ..
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Wrack kora thot balks of
somas tress art usad fisvor fisvor)
) fisvor) Int An example is ths root of
th sassafras whichls used to
maks a mild, aromatic kg. An
extratt of sassafras k added to
some soft drinks such as root
'boor. Tim bark of tho branchas
and roots of other kinds of
tires, shrubs and 'herbs s
plants are used as
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Celebs About Towns:. Medea
Dietrich, 'in nurse's white uni uniform,
form, uniform, 'white lhoes, White steck steckings,
ings, steckings, ,etc., mingling with. dtter
go-cart pushers Vier grandchild)
near the 96th anti 5th Avenue pi
trance to the park. ...Geraldine
Page, leading lady of the town's
new smash, "Sweet Bird of
Youth'." She .never let The Big
Street defeat- her; Once' hathick'd
at Lindiell .Glorie Swanson in
a front pew .at, the ."Some take
it Hot" premiere quietly wateh watehing
ing watehing Marilyn Monroe enter with
all the Hollyballocr that met pre prefaced
faced prefaced -a Swanson entrance. .Tho
William Gaxtons doing their best
to bring back -the fox-trot on the
Eden Hoc floor. .Dody Good Goodman
man Goodman laden With: groceries ,on th
near ,Silth, Jeanne 'Crain in the
rain, ilk eovefrlsight. 4' Rat' Silty.,
thil "Flower,. ,Drum,i Rene
show-stopper, sketching the sta
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Sallies In Our Alley: Playwright
Tennessee Williams and a pal
were doing, the town when they
decided to-turn in early. "1 thina, I
said the friend," I'll go home and
read a book''. ."Good idea,'
said Tennessee, "I think I'll go
home, and- write one". .Femme .Femmedian
dian .Femmedian Jean Carroll's definition of
a citizen: "One who demandsetet demandsetetter
ter demandsetetter roads, bigger schools, ler new
post office and lower taxes."
Midtown Vignette: When Lana
Turner was in town to publicize
her new film A all interviewers
were cautionedi ,"Please don't
ask ber or mention anything
pout Stompazatk If you do alit
will end the inetrview with a
glare". .0ne of the best TV re reporters
porters reporters NBC hasapparentlY, for forgot
got forgot the- wailbing40-or neverpheard
of it. .At.any rate, the star tact
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name Stompthato. Lana van vanished...
ished... vanished... Memos of a Midnigher: "Sweet
Bird of Youth," "Raisin in the
Sun "Touch' of the Poet" and
"Jii" are top contenders for the
N.Y. Critics Circle prize, liet liettina,
tina, liettina, blonde Venus making the
talent-agency r ound s, is the
daughter,''of AU-, Swiss Consul ConsulGeneraK
GeneraK ConsulGeneraK .Pint-Sized Meaican 11C 11C'tress
'tress 11C'tress Pint Pinker has Marlon
'Brand panting. ,Former Latin
Quarter show-gal Shirley Petersen
will wed a big name in the mu mutual
tual mutual fund biz soon as he can shed
his wife. Iledystamarr reitot
. ed offers tot.,do':'rv 4omtnercials.
"I wtiuld rather' starve!" .Doug
Fairbanks' lovely daughier Daph Daphne
ne Daphne has a merger proposal front
Rome'a rich Giancarlo Dzielli;
Wayne Tippttt of ,' Wee
and factrest,Cittot. Macho '; were
married Sunday at St. Malady's
love Is Like This:. Gwen
Verdon and "Redhead" choreo choreographer
grapher choreographer Bob Fosse, her fiance,
at the ,Embers vyearing ideRtical
red .51Veat1.8
Broadway Smalltalk: The' "Red "Redbead"
bead" "Redbead" cast adopted three chil children
dren children via the Foster Parents plan.
A Greek, an Italian and a Ko
ream One line here a week
gti about Rita Harris (who is a
pretty Brooklyn barber when
she't waiting for a singing book booking)
ing) booking) got her 3 TV offers, two
Sunday supplement interviews, 5
night club dates, 3 recording bids
and a screen hest. .Conrposer
Rudolph Frim1,114, keeps fit by
standing on hie head once. a day.
Arthur A, McGoldrick, on Bill
Brown's Health Faint staff 20
years, is now managing director.
mat N'IllnY elephant. in Aber Abercrombie
crombie Abercrombie and FitcW was shot by
Lawrence CopleY Thaw, not Oxt1
Johnson:' The ,tatre ,'Nays "this
has been frequently' misquoted"
Agents' isnide crack about un unemployed
employed unemployed actors: "Lapel Grah-,
hers". 'mitt Grace Kelly opera operation
tion operation skewp was a WW-Mutual
Sunday item
Backstage Portrait: It happened
when 'Roberta., Sherwood starred
at the Tropicana in Las Vegas. .1
A high spot- in that show is the
line of show-gals, all gorgeous.
, l'hey get $200 a week. -And
, they they, meet the ,better class
I of apenderit, k -During the book booking
ing booking Roberta, had one of ,her
Sons with her. bad. just seen
all the show ,-, gals 'gto out the
stage door. ,"Mom, 1 he little
boy'd, "how corn you're the !on !onIY
IY !onIY girl in this show who hasn't a
mink coat?"
Stage Door: CBS producer E.
Friendly cancelled a noted violin violinist
ist violinist from a program because the
virtuoso balked at 'playing reit.
glans music during Easter' Week.'
Terrible mcyment for Chill Wills
at the "Anne' Frank"' premier, in
11'wood. A TV, las beckoned
him :to tome on 'Stage and 'be in introduced.
troduced. introduced. responded but his
zipper forgot'. to' zip, -.Adman
Gail Smith,' long time 'chum of
Jane Wyman, is dating Barbara
Whiting. ,Claire Newman of
"Most Happy Fella" (she danced
on, the, Como Show) is now an
Arthur Murray tutor in H'wood.
Actress Arlene licOude and 1.1
ra Howard, music critic for Cash
Box, are in -tune. .Two Wwar
brokers bought $25,090 worth of
tickets for "Gypsy" after seeing
it click in ',Philly, '.',.Betty Com.
den and Adolph ',Green resUme
their show at the Golden April
le., k.Maria 'Felix:Mexico's Ma.
rilynAdonroe) is getting ready
for Mvietown. She Js studying
American money. ,
Net? ;York' Novelet: The follow.
ins convc-sation wet', eavesdrop.
Ped In the ,dress department' of
stord,,,',4 'Not si 'word has been altend"-
No defy Hemingway and
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Sancti' Spiritus :411' the' interior, of
Cuba, when. be was 'still a hero.
For miles down ,the road,' trait
EC was Jammed; In: front of- the
reviewing slimy a 'parade mill milled
ed milled and saluted the President of
Cuba. Batista hid come through
that .crowd, his white suit mussed
and mauled by slriendlyliands
that, reached out to greet' 'flint.,
That was. In :the !its- summer
of 195S.
, Four yeari. later, I Sav; Batisti
walking in the :garde' of the flo.
telJaragua, in this city, ex.
ilk anti very much alone,
, lot 'of, people hair' Inteiviewt
ed, Fidel Castro; but silo ones, the
man ,he replaced. r So for two
hours I talked the ex-President
of Cuba
,1 semarked Jhat 'yet. look':
ing thin. '
, "These days' are deity aid onei
aid I cannot eat sleep too
be said, , t
4,,mTbe lest ,t1m04'iiiv the
ciowds were.' ialutlig :yott '-', with
great, enthuslasin',",i
"You were hpro.".What happen happened
ed happened in between?"-.
- 1Yoll t are -newspaperman,"
replied :Batisti.. 'ITN knoll, what
the press can do. When the press
continually calls a man 'a dictator--people-
eventually believe.,lt.:-
We have a saying that'll 'press
is the fourth power' and the
press of both. Cuba. and the United.-
States .powerbil.-
'Most.' of the :people of Cuba'
were with nit even at the end,"
Batista' continued. "Three times
Castro called for a general strike
and there was no 'strike. 'Work.
ers' living standards had reach.
ed the highest point in history
according to your bwn Depart Department
ment Department of Commerce. I had built
more hospitals and opened more
school., than any nrisident In. his history.
tory. history. You 'were there. You saw
those schools.
,
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"Finally,, !midi 'ethe ', lin linPresqlon
Presqlon linPresqlon prevailed that the Unit.
ed 4tatea was against me. And
you would be surprised what
,
, Mow tin. Jou ate If t.-you
don't ,try,,qln, ,IRavt when
you tried 'Ion" io 0-44,--It a t's
wcong?"; So its ,not me,
that's air..., -So who then? Ma.
rilyn Monroe :maybe?". ash,
not me", ,Why !- not you?".
"Because" ; Because why?":'
.--,"Because 35 Tonids, thaVt 1St;
cauas
l'' Cast of t: Character's!' Kath
OrantfMrs,,,Bing Crosby" lipeaks
perfect: Espalidl., She -,', d'oes 0 the
trailers Ind., dubbintin '. for the,
Spanish wersions of her films.: .1,
'Ludwig ,Bemelmans earns a
young fortune knocidng off those
1
little sketches thout cattions in
The New, Yorlie ... Does tml V:
fOrehe gets bu of bed., Ditii big
them off on his'-eoffee tiity.,Says
he feeis guilty about making so
much money while so many peo people
ple people are stili trying to wake op.
. .Polly,,Sergenrcopyerpted to
Judaism when 06 Married agent
Freddie Fields. .A year 'ago ac actor
tor actor John Beal was interviewing
people for a New' Seven radio
depot. Last week he was a !lain
"Our Town" and on the screen
in "SOund and Fury"; : -.Cabbie
Bernard Silver (No. 64739) who
is an ordained Rabbi: ': ,''
Manhattan Murals: The glass
case containing tiny scale-modeltrains.
In the center of the Penn
Station. Put there by the ,1$1t.
Society of, Model. Engineers. 4 4,
The barber th p on 3rd Avenue
near 45th which features "the on only
ly only haircut with gold scissors
For $5. ,"Billy, the Handymac,"
a spry 80.year-oldster. His name
is Billy Ikeda. Once (with his late
wife) one of the best vaudevilla
acts. in .Ertgland..,.the cab driv,
er teasing a ,woman driver 01 a
very small ,car) moving Slowly:
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21 Sacred city of' sayments
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r "you' have no idea-the power
tke United States tail wield bY
cutting off the supply' of arms. I
-could not buy arms; Castro AVM'
smuggling the& from Venezuela, -;
from Mexico and front the Unit.'
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'Ito do you explain:, the.
grata 'crowds that welcomed Cal Caltro
tro Caltro in 'Havana and all along the
road ,to Havana?" I asked. ----
was the winner. -Cidwde
always hail the" winner. Crowds
are fickle." ''
, Lliut didn't You intake' the is istake.
take. istake. of ) staying t in ,office too
1"long?' I inquired. ,"Wouldn't you
have gone down history a
great president if', you :bad re.
mained out of office when 'you
first retired front the presidency.
An 1944?'
,f 'Maybe., A ,,- Mita --, can 11111,101
loOk back and .-figure ,f that
should have things. differently:-
"But in 1950 I was asked three
times to lead a coup d'etat re- ''
fused. People were fed 'up :..With
the graft. The,army wast .readY
to' rebel.' still refused.
'Finally they, wrote' my name
0-n the ticket for senator and
was elected ,to ,the Senate while
absent. It was only then
that I came back to Havana and,
took over the ,government-
March' 1951 Without one man be- )
ing killed.
' "But maybe I shouldn't hay',
come back. Maybe I stayed too
long. I don't -Imow."
,
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Batista talked ,about other rev revolutions.
olutions. revolutions. As a sergeant he had
led the revolt against the hated
dictator Machado in 1933. )
',"There were only 100 killed 18
the revolution," he -said. 'And
in 1933 we abolished the death
venalty. Between that 'time and
the day Castro ; took over only
0110 man was executeda Cer.
man spy who gatfe signals to Na Nazi.
zi. Nazi. submarines right after Pearl
Harbor, ,
..''Evea -When tattro flied tho
firrit coup against me' on Jul, 28,.
1953,' and killed osix policemen Jo
Oriente Province, 'we captinvd
him, tried hitn, and,-hs got '18
',ears. Then, 'after one year I
gave him ainnesty.
l'However, Castro is a butchei.'
Batista's eyes snapped. "He, kill.
ed two of 'his own roommates10
the university, one of them' tn
front of his own mothermere&
o get 'contrql,,q..,a rival-student'
attiod ,,
"And ;14,31ed :the massacre' ,in
Bogota. -"
hiclife, he has been a kill,' 2
et. yet,,not knowing this,' I gave 1 :
him .amnesty." 3
.,,,iV.What I about 'the regltits -el
x it ff. your,
troopst' Iasked. )
Wobld like to get all the wi-,
dows and orphahs killed by Cat Cattro,"
tro," Cattro," Batista's eyes blazed, "and,
put them:aide by side 'with thoalf
',' bY or. Of, ,,chursit there
were some killed ,'by -Iris. This
was war. But we,did not go in
for torture and mass, 'murder.
"This is; butcher,'; Batista
repeated, 1"When, the court did
oot immediately sentence' Soma
Blanco, Castro announced 'I'll
shoot the trial court.' So. Blanco
was sentenced to death.
"When 43, pilpts were absolved
from bombing cities,' Castro pro proclaimed,
claimed, proclaimed, 'They, should be sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to deatb.l. And he striPped the
officer who '" had 'defended thein
of his uniform.
"At that Point, Ca11011 Pent Jus Justiz,
tiz, Justiz, the lawyer who' had-defend.
ed Castro when. he killed six pa.
licemen in Oriente Province,
cattle th, Castro and asked one
favor.-li lair trial for the 48 fa fa."But
."But fa."But Castro ignored him. Ile
ordered the Defense Minister to
try ,thern again. They were elven
40 years in -the swamos outside
Matanzas--the Chban Siberia, 1
,."Yet your hewspaper build' this
man up as a great liberator.- a
Christianit, said Batista., "You
will find that he is a madman."

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Harvard .etonomist Otto Eckstein
says President Eisenhower's new
77 billion dollars budget is 200 mil mil:lien
:lien mil:lien dollare in, the red tether .than
, 70 million lir the black al the Pres President
ident President estimated. i :
Eiksttin said bra'report prepar prepared
ed prepared for the Committee for Economic',
Development ICED)'' that Eisen Eisenbower
bower Eisenbower should have 'figured on onlY
176,100,000,000 -in revenue: for; the
1 -1160 year begineleg
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'Contieselimar staff eneertS
rneentir the-, preaident's4 budget
would be U400,000,000' in the red,
even Congress didn't increase it,
because EisenhoWer ever-estimated
revenuel
',1EckIstibi!deicribit-ilsenhoWer'S
requelt. as' !low."' lie said' if' such
budgett'contietted, the ma:.
tion would speed 17 131M011 d011ar0
i in !teed ,I961 with.' a surplus ,of 17.
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'no CEDIs .000-PrOtit; 1100104
litieal sconoMic education and 2
search' organization,",;, It ;:took
stand en the ,econontist;" studyje,
leased last 'night-', Avill issue. its
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I Armstrong ,was' greeted by thou.
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Cab' AmeriCab' jkpilgrims '; art ?,.,traieling,' to
shrines. around'. the- world in great greater
er greater numbers, thaw. everi They' are
m'ahinit itheir-journeyitrwith ages ages.
. ages. oki .reverence 'but in-, ;et-age,:,eomtorcril-24,,..';:,..,',.--,y.1.,,ct.
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or itor lA, ., eli '' 0 ,..';;,;:r "If.-,4 Agents' :ag0,n
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eta traver,bureatiAvbess Inalsi bus
Innis As ., arranging.' Rotuma ,Pittb ,Pittbolle'';"s
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tourL; Sabenatbn Bellian eirline,
hatieven .!established,", a '-'religinua
and: 'aduoitiotial division 11,.,Iook
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Simon Noveck to ',rialt Panama..
Noveck is a prominent Rabbi, au.
thor, and educator who is vntly wen
known the United Stites.
lie is directeir of the Department
of Adult Jewish Education of B'nal
TErith. Re has occupied the Bahl Bahlnets
nets Bahlnets in some of the lotrgest Syna Synagogues
gogues Synagogues in New York, and has SIJO
taught political and social sciences
at the City Cllege of New York and
modern Jewish history at the Sem Seminary
inary Seminary School for Jewish StUdies of
the ,Jewith Theological Seminary.
He bolds. a doctorate ',in political
philosophy and sociology from -Co.
luMMa University. 1 1
Noveek is editor of the journals:,
"Judaism and -Psychiatry:. and
"Jewish Heritage." He is also the
author of the book: Adult Jewish
Edur:tion in 'The Modern Syne SyneHe,
He, SyneHe, will be arriving ht few days
titne, and will give series of
three conferences on Judaism, as
follows:
Thursday, April The Character
of Judaism.
Friday, April' 10, The Religious
Beliefs of Judaism. This lecture
will take, place immediately after
religious-services. ,
'Saturday. April 11, Judaism and
Emotional Life.
All lectures will start at 1:00 p.M.
at,the Community Hall of 'the' Kel
Shearitivisrael situated on 1 the
corner of Avenida Cuba and 34th
Street.
Members? of B'nai lErith and
theirlamilles and 411' Jewish con.,
gregatione in Panamcand the Cal;
nal Zone are invited.13, q' ott
A discussion perioOrM follow
each lecture and refreshment will
be served,

HANDY 11';-- A now minis ministurized
turized ministurized television system for
use in missiles can be held in
a girrs hand& Jeanne Townley,
employe 4f Lockheed, ht Sun.
4 nyvale, Calif., hokls the CUM
and maht control package of the
nine -pound, battery powered
unit With a 1,000-mile range,
the tinyLTV could be Used to
monitor behavior of missile
components ,or vassal vassalgers
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Pilgrimage priceit includth a
sine-day trip from New York to
.mi rap ftir ,,, 75 qick sod crionled
persons at -a price of $738 sack
A 28-day .pilerimage to Paris,
Athens. Corinth, Cairo, Jerusa JerusaBethlehem,
Bethlehem, JerusaBethlehem, Haifa, Rome
Nice and Lourdes will cost $1,48e $1,48eSeveral
Several $1,48eSeveral groups -paid $1,435 per
person fpr a 27-day trip to spend
Palm Stinday in Rome and Eat Eater
er Eater in Ierusalem, with al. audience
with the 1 ope included.'
In 'addition to the 'brine' tours,
a group called Horizons'Unlimitel,
gione serrirer,,t as',arrangvd
number of special-interest
ranging from a month to Si!
Weka. , , r,
, STUDY TOURS
'rhey include a study tour. of
Scandblavia and Russia' devoted
to educational, child development
and, family lie projects. and a
study tour,ot tussle, for teachers,
writers. gorier workers and clergy clergymen.
men. clergymen. There also a peace
and spiritual life:Conference tour
providing 'social meetings with as.
tIves of 'even, European 'Gun 'Gunthese
these 'Gunthese tom are paid for in
advance., They includ transoor transoortation,
tation, transoortation, lotels and meals in most
cases, leaving the pilgrims trent
devote their energies to their
travels
"In byg day', a ,pilgrimage
Romeqer thy Holy Land re regifted
gifted regifted determination,,,,,endurance,
disregard d forl personal comfort,
and for pilgrims fronri distant
points, months of tra tel." said IL
J.,Verderber, TWA's tour sales di director.
rector. director.
4"Today, with the, ease, speed
arid 'comfort of air travel. such
pilgrimages mar le conveniently
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travel, conditions. Eisenhower administratiown atoPs
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gious leaders said, .however. that Infia..t. special statement,. on,
even more important factors were employment, the council -said "vie
the increased interest, are not ,doing enough !.when
gion ambng Americans and lion" of Americans 'cannot find
growls" desire to blivel with ; a -werVand ,wher the, billion" of dol dolPUrPosc
PUrPosc dolPUrPosc lus of goods ud services' they
I d cotdd Produce are being perm.
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Pt WOoac -1. , .- ., lus of goods ud services.' they
,1 ,,, ,, d cotdd Produce are being perm.
- TOURS' OP II It VARIETY nently list itt.--outi, totmtry,!'
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All the tours include mdtural vocate 'Pending -fr "irk ',. own
and entertainment, attractions, as sake." But it denounced Pregident
well as visita to shrines. Many Eisenhower's "inadenuate : and
traveler, report.; they have en- shortsighted" budget recbmtnett recbmtnettJOYed
JOYed recbmtnettJOYed their trips abroad more be. dations in 'the domestic welfare
cause of the variety ifered them. field.
Thomas", A. ; Broderick. director
of the Guild of Catholic Travel, The Dentocratic statement on
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said that, he believed he loo4 the "unemployment and the national
first .organized Atietican!, pilgrim, welfare' came as Secretary of
age in ,I125, ,a holy year, Labor James P. Mitchell predict.
.., ,, i i,,,; :- . , ,, ,' ed that unempleymentr..xtmning
'Since then, tit Cathedic touni ebout 4,700,000 recently, would
have been expanded to include drop tor about 3,000,000.by Nevem.
shrines in PortugaL Spain. Prance. 'ben ., .-; .,
Germany, and Ireland. a(' well (a .- Mitchell said in a'. ratlioi inter.
the Holy LIM.' be sal& Usually view, with Sen. Renneth I. eat eatthey
they eatthey are led by Roman Catholic int '(1t-N.Y.) ,that he expected
clergymen. jobless figures to be "conaiderably
, better" this month and for tbe
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1 IsTon Catholic ; nitgrimagem are improvement- to continue int 'the
headed ,by ministers, rabbis Or fall:. , .,
'biblical scholers.
A group of Presbyterian( plena 'The Dentocratic Advisory Coun Counto
to Counto travel to France, Ttalv mid ciPs, broadside against top spend spendSwitterland
Switterland spendSwitterland in Mav and June to ing and domestic policies conceit.
join in the Obotervatteo M th. ,tritted on ''the .entiTal and ,inex.
minth anniversereef the birth et usable levil br tmeMS5lo,Yment..
Calvin. Sixty, persons ion ply ' But' it also called for oew pro.
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, , , ed that unemploymentr..guonthe
'Since then, the Cathedic tnuri about 4,700,000 recently, would
have been expanded to include drop tor about 3,000,000.by Nevem Nevemshrines
shrines Nevemshrines in PortugaL Spain. France, her.,
Germany, and troland. a(' well tia Mitchell said in a inter.
the Holy Land., be said., Usually view, with Sen. Renneth.A. eat eatthey
they eatthey are led by Roman Catholic (R-N.Y.) that he expected
clergymen. jobless figures to be "conaiderably
better" .this mosth sod for the
Non Catholic pilgrimage( are improvement- to continue into 'tile
headed ,by ministers, rabbis Or fall.
biblical scholars.
A grotty of Presbyterian( plena 'rho Democratic Advisory Coun Counto
to Counto travel .to France, Ttalv sod cil'a broadside against top speed-1
Switterland in Mav and June to ing and domestic. policies conten-I
join in a obotoryikoce the tilted on ''the 'Critical and inex.1
mintb enolvereere,,ef the 'Meth et cusabIe levil tmeMtgloYment.
Calvin. Sixty, persons will ply But it also called for new pro..
SSW each to mike the trin. gram to improve schools,:hous.

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0 says President. Eisenhower's new
',77 billion dollars budget is 200 mil. h. er numben, thatr.everi.- They are travel, conditions. i ., , ., Else' aboweg pthotoistrottoo,..,.otops ,Dcmorratic, Party leaders. ,, .,..
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Pert Amador
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, luncheon meeting Seta.
', 41Y it the Port Ainselor Officers
:1 0,tel MAgf ient was gene,
fed by 27 membett.

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i011IPM orn moots TO Bal MONORIO I
: AT COPPEO WillOICISDAY At OISHOP11 HOUSI
!SAro. Joaoph G Moore of Chicago will be honorod at a Ma tittett
Ilog..Mro Moho Goodin Wodnosslay morning at mkt, at rho blab.
, opio Ramo Itt Anson.
focitfoso will be assIstod Mrs. J. Carl laquit
' April mooting of tho 0f. Luke's Morning, Ou 110 has hoot
changoof from Friday to that the fretip could haus Mrs. Moors as
, -goo soaker during hat brief visit In the district. tier suhlact w10
',Soo ,11Tho 'mongolian of fho World WWI, Oplatopal Survey," othich
sho-and hor hytharta, frov. Josoph Meer', &eater Of anthropology
ea. hood of rho Church Survey Departmant, aro toiniutting.
May Communion In All Souls" Chapal at 8:30 a.m., will proud'
toffoo.Oulld mooting.
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Chingos Mooting Plans rantements included Mrs. Doro Doro041111
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r for Wednesday by the Curtuldu and Mrs. Ilia Tuttle.
WOrnan's Club has been postpon.l

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Instead, the card group will meet I The semialinual. inanition of
et nine Wednesday morning at officers of the Isthmian Toast Toastthe
the Toastthe home of iiirs, George trady, masters Club will be conducted
2111,t Curundu, tomorrow evening at 1:30 st e
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dinner matting of the elub at ths
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Tivoli Guest House.
Pilots Wives Lomeli Jim McNamara will be chairmenl
alkt,, Peri Amulet. for the inetallation carentonies, 1
ttre Pad& Side Nide Wives and Back Taylor will be toast.
lield e luncheon 'meeting Slant. mister of Os Ironing.
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CADET RAYMOND B. BACOT
, Diablo, s student at Tho Cita Citadel
del Citadel in Charleston, S.C., has been
f Chosen as 'a membr of the Sum Sum;
; Sum; MOO Guards a el-member pre
Cision drill team Er drill CM
' 11 Otti of intricate close-order
Movements known as The Citadel
Series, performed silently end
without command.

IITS SIZE Although smaller
than New Jersey la tOtal area,
the 1,423 square mile. of the
Hawaiian Island' ate Scattered
Ma hundreds of 'miles.,
toperimpoed On map of the
United States, the group,. ex.
tends from the state of NO4'
York to Wy,oming.
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kehise Chagas' Guild
Te Meet Wednesday
The Fort Kolbe Protestant,
Chapel Guild will bays a business
meeting Wednesday morning at
nine in the Chapel Annex, Motes.
ses will be Mrs. Mildred Ingram
and Mrs. Estelle Snit'.
The Gospel of Matthew will
be the theme of study, conducted
by Chaolain William Froesehner.
An attendant will be on duty in
4,, e-r, inr
dren.
All Protestant women Of Fort
Kobbe are invited.

, WASHINGTON (UPI)
Secretary Jame P. Mitchell sup
lths
'duct a full-scale investigation of
illegal politieal contributions from
"slush funds" set up by 'Mini
and other groups.
He opposed including in a labor
reform bill a ban On use of union,
bads for politietir purposes z,be z,because
cause z,because "this is a matter tar beyon
labor reform legislation."
"If It is a problemI'm inclined
to think pat it might, batben
Contrite ought to investigate it la
Hi blindest termi," he nal&
Mitchell, appearing n a fry
program with gen. Xenneth B.
Keating (over New York sta.,
tionI9 objected to the labor re
form bill co-sponsored by Setif.
John F. Kennedy (D-Mitil) Ind
Sam 3. Ervin Jr. (INN.C.) and
nailer by gen. John L. McClel McClelIan
Ian McClelIan (D-Ark.).

Ile said the first did tot go fitt
enough and the second too far.
Mitchell's bropOsed inquiry
would go into "illegal support of
candidates by slush funds and
funds from various sources." lie
said he Was Sur. that "in 10m1
cases, money has been spent il
legally" by Unions for political
purposes, but he Criticised such
spending no Matter WhO WAS II&
spensible.
"It would be unfortinate in this
country if money became the tole
criteria for whkher or not a per.
son is eligible for federal office,"
he said.
This applied, he said, whaether
the money came' "from unions,
from management, from rich fem.
Predicting that Congress would
eventuAlly pass a labor reform
hill linen he linoR et the rimie
!titration's proposals, Mitchell said

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Unity 'remote
A regular meeting of Unity Tem.
ple 4.4,0.E, W., will be
Tuesday evening at the Paraiso
Lodes Hal
memberl are Asa to At Attend
tend Attend and aaaist in initiation ears.
monies.

Series 01 Religious
teclures To Begin
Thursdav Al YMCA

The opening lecture in the se series
ries series entitled, "The Clod We Wor WorWV
WV WorWV ill be held on Thursday
evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Bal.
boa Y.M.C.A. U..O.
The Very Rev. Mi inert J, Peter Peterson,
son, Peterson, Dean of the Cathedral of St.
Luke will week on the subject,
"Ma Gods n ""nubvt. Thi,
"1,,Ir .1 4h e.1-liest
found in Mien and traces
thme tribes is they become a na-,
tioo.
ThA ourOose of the entire se serte
rte serte iu teach the growth of the
idea of GOd in the history of the
lewish, peoble. The theme will be
"God is revealed through the his history.
tory. history. of a psonie" and sbows bow
this stream of thought leads in inevitably
evitably inevitably to Christianity.
On successive Thursdays' the
shbjects) will, be:April id,. "The
God of the Coyentnn April 83,
"Mose sod Morality": Orli BO,
"Expending Ideas of the Xtogdoto
of Isrein Miy "The Prophet
of the Exile": Mir 14, "Pulfilment
of Ood in Christ".
The public is invited.

Labor Secretry Wants FullScale
Probe Of Illegal Campaign Funds

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the Kennedylervin bill not, bit
hard thoIllh Isbor racketeer.
let, The KemiedyErvin Bill; the
successor of. legislatiOn that
Psssed the lanai list year but
died in tilt House; is due tor con.,
sideration by the Senate In a fest
weeks.

Mitchell ; Coq 'winched a Ite.
fOrhr bill by' McClellan, chairman
of the Senate Rackets Committee,
He laid Mc. lellania bill, which
would include m ban on UnitM
contributions to political candir
dates, woUld place "too many in internal
ternal internal restrictions," on unions.

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Princess Grace
Is Recovering
From Operation
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (UPI)
Princeet Grace of Monaco was
enoted today to be Milking
good progress toward recovery
from an appendectomy ihe undeP
went Saturday;
Misa Phyllis Blum, the
delphia born princess' secretary,
announced -"He Highneso loon&
ed Well to the first modest meal
Saturdsy and was a few mintites
out of, bed, only a feW hours after
the operition."
D. James A; Lehman, Gaco's
remain at the fashionable Clinic
Cecil less than a week, then move
to the Hotel Seaurivage for tut.
ther recuperation.
Dt 'James A. Lehman, grace's
'Philadelphia physician, .said aft.
er .the operation there bad been
no complications.

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FAREWELL BASTYMrS.:Thilmie O. Mullane :r 'Whose husband:240mi irviiarnsie:li
to the U.S. kmy Mission in PaniUta. was honored by,her,Las Oumbres friends and neighbors
at a farewell party. Attending the party were. Mrs. Lionel Bo etempel,'Mra Mercedes'Martiries.
Mrs. Earl Rambo,,Urs. Woodrow W.' Kelly,' 'Mrs. Wilre,rdli Sweeney,. Mrs, M, ;AWN
reties. Mrs. Elia 244 Vogel and Mts. Barbara Edgintmi.-

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WASHINGTON. (UPI) Tb
conierenze nal strengthened
results of the three-day NATo
President Eistnbower'i determin' 1
ation not tu be stampeded into a
Propagaridt.ityle summit confer.
ence 'with the Russians, high
Oficisi yeaterday. 1
'rheas officials said they viers
surmised and heartened', by the
firm "no nonsense" support given
to the American position on Ber Berlin
lin Berlin and a summit meeting
lamellar NATO nations that could
be expected to bear the brunt
Soviet military attack.
They mentioned specifically the
position tasen by Greece. DanI
-mark, Norway and Belgium at Mei
INATO Council meeting which

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They said these countries gave
unwavering support to the Amer.
kali View that a "Big Four" sum.
mit meeting ghoul, be held only
if the Russiant demonstrate at
the forthcoming foreign ministers
conference in Geneva that they

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faith. 1
These nations also iniisted the
Western "Big Three" stand firm
at Geneva and make no conces concessions
sions concessions on Berlin unless the Ras Rastitans
titans Rastitans make equally important
concessions.
American officials also endorsed
the view of West German Foreign
Minister HeinriCh VOU Brentano
who said yesterdsy on televi televiston
ston televiston nrnaTam ("413--collthee Newt
Conference) the :West ,ehould be
re,alistic and "should not expect
too much" from th Geneva talk.
, "The fact that the Soviet Union
has agreed to a foreign glisters
Conference justifies, however,
Some ontimism." Brentano addati.
"The West will, I AM SUM do
eVerything in its power to achieve
positive results at the sonfer sonferInce."
Ince." sonferInce." French Foreign Minister Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Couvit de Murvillr tinef Brit.
fah Foreign .secretery SilWyn
Lloyd, who, appeared n,t1 the acne
program, also said they ,lielleved
the foreign ministers meetinq
woid4 )3e fonowed,, bylt if 'summit,
010dizil at,,titadit of govertiment
With Soviet Premier Ni k t
Khrushehie.
De Murville said. while it woe
"optimigtie" to believe there
would bp, 'a summit meeting,- "I
rather believed there will be
One!' s,
"I bellies' that it is 413
Imagine tfiat this foreign minis minis.r,1400
.r,1400 minis.r,1400 take place-th May will he'entirti he'entirtily
ly he'entirtily without results," he eill
One 'high American' official,
asked abotit the ,prospects -of a
summit meeting, said he believes
chances.4or -one are about 50-50.
Amencan cfficials said the
President feels his attendance at
East-Vvest summit -meeting
will be determine by the Ektis
slams' behavior at Geneva gather
than by any actual progress made
there toward solving European
political problems.
If the Soviet delegation tries to
thrn the meeting into a vehicle
for waging a propaganda. attack
on the West, they said,. the Neal.
dent just will pot at end anif um.
:her summit conference.

Olga Petel Take;
Lead in,Commy
Club Oueen Colitis!

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Mia Olga Perel took the lead
Saturday night at the third 'poi.
ling of vette in the Pacific:Com Pacific:ComMisgstry
Misgstry Pacific:ComMisgstry gOT, Irn s"ortiro (110efs
Contest tO elect a queen to reign
over their lenniversarl festiel festielties
ties festielties Runners T after Saturday
nigro's zount were: Myrir, ilay ilaywood,
wood, ilaywood, Arlene Baxter, Hazel
Brooms, Ilene Pilgrim and Loret.
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'rhe next polling of 'votes is
Icheduledo for, April 17 at the .10-1
2111110kt, societ,1 Hells
'The coronation of the winner II
acheduled tot May' le et the Ca.
sin Vine del Mar in San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco de is. Calera, !,
, 14,4 .,,,N10 Awl-4141-1m.y
ektieltiei is the annual exeursitm
to Colon on 3una 2t, ;ally ticket
RurchaPhro tv'll .0 to buy
mem 0-01... 4.44,
KILL Two AtOititiANS
'T PARIS alP1) mos em
gerian was killed and two ,others
wounded yesteday in a gunfight
between goups of Algelans "in
the sububs Of Palm ?Once a
aged two hien aft. the shoot.
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you will feel tomorrow. Nand leill
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dummy and led a diamond to his
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;oe overraied with the -lack,'
took hia tea of trump' and rather
than lead tho ass, of Marta
played his lest .dlanton& South
discarded a heart',from dumMy
and ruffed in his OWII. hand.
-Now South pleyed the,' nine
hearts end -Joe was'in with Itho
ten. Ile -led his'oce of hearts and
dummy ruffed. No South ruffed ruffeda
a ruffeda spade; cashed, the king of
hearts) 'ruffed Ms last beart and
made game and rubber,:,
"Doggone11,1: said nerd LtiCi
Joe. "i sure -thought Was gOilij
to set Ihat ons!1, L :r
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East.

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his usual-Altai toistaktP It -WAR
at trick Six When overruffert,
South. 'If 401' bad siMply
earded )heart -South would 'hare
been "unable to 'make the hand
and the rubber would still be
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WIAMQ1114C1,10$1
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A. ito.Sid two diamonds. tit
elubs s Woes b000nd bolos and
tither bid should work out well.
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partner raised you to thre dist distth011ds.
th011ds. distth011ds. What do ,1)14 do mutt 4,,
dinewst Tomorrow t'

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athy Great Cros

Expects Sccend :by
'iStIPEMING,4 Minn., April 716
(UPI),-.Kathy Gram and ,,, Ding
Crosby Ire expecting their lecond
child, it was confirmed diets' to.
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The baby is expected in the lite
fall, According to Otto Preminger,
director of .1Antitomt, of a mpt.
der.", in which Miss Grant hes a
lead role.
Premintet said Miss rent told
him she was pregnant twe days A.
go when she Arrived in 'shaming,
whore the movie is being filmed.
,"Kathv Will continue to play the
part of Mary Pilapt.", ,Preminger
said., "This will not affect the
shnoting of the movie In any way.
The couple's first child, Harr,
Lillis :r., was born five months a.
go. The crooner has four other sons
by his late first wife, Dixie Lee.
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' Itathys part' in the mOvie will be
completed in five or six week',
Jim Merrick, spokesman for the
company,

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bou4 living in this section ot the
ILIA.. She's asked clue- friends
in New York to start looking far
large apartment for her, ind
the children) preferably, la, the
sittl- or Poventiog, Sth Ave.
ovtilooking the ? Perk V a a
Amer ushsr.ing turope 4,1a.
April 10 will have soots unpro
gramtned titni ,for a lithle- extra
packing.- XLM is holdini.
Bight for two hours so Ella Flip
gentle!' can do a TV show' from
Manhattan end ,fly Amster
dam Ost aigh4.--4 ps,
IA' lot, of the seScAlleti 'Itstnert
money? is' going on the 'Detroit
Tigers to 'capture ',the ',lowed
this season; instead of ,the utuN1.
1)P aurs.firt ",Yankiisti ?. Antral
of the ions, originally glinted, to
Scott Bredy in !Tull Rides A
gain" (now parking IA' in
PhiladelphitY have been taken- a-,
way from' hitt as of retellt, per,
formances. ;It'll be interesting
to 'watt the' feud ,between -Gov.
Rockefeller's ,rboxins commlasion
Ind Oultat Ita7,,',Itobinson,,., be
tam Air did so ,much to kelp
elect !litocky,", touring ?t the Pito'
with him. andI introducing him
to dozens of audiences. Ray's
friends are outspokenly furious o
ver the situation. '

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BROADWAY ORA. VANN ,''.: .'; openiog there of ..- Cree Witt-
- ,- ",, -, -.,, sions,','-may, expand the trip- Anto.,- '.
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long' a sixwask round4he world tour.
cilluileetead14''Iwsh-Delflot I Ind OLPoodlothh hw 'IPIcIL he to', : - 2',
1,11;a0 uvir:n1;.
Wei ted up' with. iife in H o 1 1 y gains her atrengtit,ifter the seal,. ,,...
wood, at least lin t prejudiced lo Min.., When Mel I was- ; in New
bou4 living in this section of- the York,- he reported Abe felt !Ifine.", ,,,-
U.S.A.. She's asked ''clool- friends ,- 'Two of Undy's most popular.. : N
in New York to start looking for and most alliterative--avaitore, Pot ;
a large apartment for her, and Pi Psopitone -end Alfred Alfredo,-
the children) preferably, ic the are cooking Up scheme tO gen ,: ;
milr!...11 or Povent1011,-OO .5th Ave., their, OW11 res.aursat on' the zest : --.:
ovetlooking,, the ? Perk ..-. V a it t Sidc, -.Ivan 5mith,billed al ..111 ,,i ;,,
-miners Obis rag ..or turope Aut heir Jo icaffet- mil!: "w,.,,I, '' iv, lin 7:
April 10 will have 'onto tutor. from California to be' With SISYA ''-' ;
gra mined: time ,for a lithie- extra Lund, la st 3,,, seen:. 4n ,- OelLa ...Are,
packing," XLM is holdini lit- s Ringing,',' :,,. ,,, ,,,,, t. r, -.,,I. ..
Bight toe two hours so ZUS Fits. ', f , --,,b,,..-0,a,f,. ,f. - ,,
praltcan do a TV shove ; from It &just possible 'the leek Pe. ..!'
Manhattan ,tiod .0,!, te ..Amster. lancee mey r.. ,oncile.1,,,.,tees -:
dam that night...T...., --,.. ,!...;.,. fani ire worried over themysto".'7' V
..: , .i.... ,,.. ,; ',--. ,. ', -,,, rious ailment that has eent -idol )
a' A' lot, Of the: seScjilleo smart cannenbill' Adderly. to the hospi..
m o n c y ? tgool sit:iie, glop? ti tiler- 11;1, that, !the ,..,,i, De
une:tur:ntgll inAt ariel melbere raMe del 9e arusi : di I 171tw- ocshhalls1 lelk1uLliP, I 1151i1:thr''se: : '- --
Tithilettelia
ly I ure.fire -,yanktesi ?. ', .Severel Ty' eeptieti, Iv ',7 .,,, comb., , 0. ,
of the iongi OrthinallY 'noted to is heading for a' nevi shots shit
Scott Brady in DestrY :Rides A venture.e 'Mehl night -Club- act ''
gain" (how PaCkihS ''-tem in'', in flavoired -for nostalgia. '.' ...,
Philadelphia)' have been taken s'., A Th
,,,,' L.rrtedti,ovt, ',i,tetim wi.wev i ii,16. ,'
way. from' hit as of ''retiont",POtt Ing 'a good lob el inittatit4 'the
character Ws- playine in .11-, curb 1
run a' ,temperature of ,104, whieh 441
tfoormwaant,ehces.the,,;:ftetu'lld,.,.bbeet,wineteenresGounvg.,
, rent show greatly admired bp. ''''','''
Rockefeller's "boxing cornmi!linan the critics suddenly : began-t tO dije
scared him enough to get him Oh ....
the wagon. -, Jteviewers end" the -2
and Bullet i Bar.,Itobinsont' be.
etc &omits iftleoyek, dylt, stoou'k mrinugcli thbe) :81ttititlpe:,
With IIIM- and',--introducing turn' ()inning night audience theeted
ttorie- nddozge
iiii;e. tic)ult i'a ppatlXdienentYcefsn rionnasYo's FthaeitYlLiteldlye'.a'-nincirsPdaenirut:1 tit-a thM11 I ...- ''
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ver the situation. '.
1,.. aiorrf? 01to el mn ul:ti ; cwAnbvtoi getta4t4uerse tire ne , , i , ,, 1
Suzy 'Parker's friends' lit Pitts .' I
her intens-e interest in 'the :;Lett
t,- he: lel:roil In' u Ss iheet I ;abed. '
illi Salle are ardent en,. ...''
"Yarkbird" Parker, in honor; of te I
girwi psmhi r, oltamthhinonrucol tnnitentyci on it I IA;ebtotniueO: 8,n. i ciPt;:i, gueeArisi bun, ,I, etrm,' tr;';' aa' 1 t:ueno ein I: ,ti
fen over siettO tar playing -.,et es; .The Combo Carmen McRae
Dedy ,LaMarr'e .table .the other L i 'r
n ''' --A- ,too,:' ,o ,A,ettro.pe tO lecompany her
tin Garner, Erroll Center's leld ' i
night1-11,1 14 -.wort ItO Inlin.tin. '6 On her, tour includes pianist til: ;
fRaecti.a., c..slinelwe.,11PbUtrra'Therr PI:dull:X. brothe I
ble. combination: Tina L o u I s e ..
ersone tec s ,
and Vic DaMonek i ---- p 1 Er ,,: 1,, ..
MliO1' West anti' her,--, oublisheri k fi
are, debating 'over" a title for her .. ,..,
autobio0raohVid She -4vgin 4 to rs of r. i r ,,
the book "Gminesi Thd;3lollatig, : -1)
finiure tinpress .,.. -1
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line from one of her fliCkers14but ti -,.' J '.,,i, '' -... - ,, ', ,1
the editors insist 'on "Queen ; of ovetio Palace -,-,! ,:' 4
See": Mom, .fhoweoritycan Volt. ,. : "4, ,,,' ', .... :
Val.' ..,Orion Wslica 18,-knocking ,,,,, 4 :, ',,, ', '' ,,, ,:- ;,t ', .,
himmelf ont' trying to. acquire the 1. 'TOKYO, .(11P4) ,.4 Worktnen In ., c ;
movie rights to wingtott Church- erige white. uniforms loaded the .- 7 : 1
ill'a life stori;.' Friends- gete the last of '..1klichlko .Shocla's,persOnal ;''., l ''.:'
feeling he'd tuber -,,portray -Win,, belongings into three trtacks,les- '-' ...1, ;
,nie then., any ottherNcharactert.ln; -terday ,and,idelivereCthom 05- the s--
fietiOn be.. rea life.-,1, ,,:,, ',., 3... ',..,,. palect ,I'' Of '',,,Ilev futtrre husband, ',
, ,, ,,, J ....,., .., -t: ,,, Crown,. Prince Iddhito. , :
Pvt. Steve, Titwrkroe,' and 'the "4 With ., the young couple's 1 weft. :
Army Band .- drew, k5,000 ieople dint- only, tafe, days off,1, 15, eat. ',,,,
at Mohile':,, At flea' Festival.. (eind ployes, of 'the Japan expresik, cum- '',
.how maw, ca'e' ein. 376.1 knew Who pony, called at the Shod 'home ,,,
are playing toilet fastivals?,.. hi southern .!Tokyo to; ttlake the ,7
t ',What Must 'surely:be one tit MOve, '..- --', - ,:',
the most star-atudded,'Jnink-clad ,.. The weddink will Make ciiiii.
dancing classes in town;.,:is 'the moner the, future empress' Vet', .' t
one conducted by., Frances Tay-, pan for' the first time in the- nit,- ...
lor, reciintii' of ,t'West side ,,,' Sao. Doti's: 2,51,114teir history. V', ,' -' -,. I
ry,'' Decorative -.")upils "'include ,,1:1espite a ,. light rain. 'is tiowd
Dishann rarroir, Mil,' Harry Ite, gathered outside the- Shoda home
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laionte, 'Mrs.. Maynard Ferguson to watch the moving men.
ind Mr .0 Sugar Ray' Robingon. The whole operation was cat, t
Kay Kendall end 'llex Barri- riot. out with painstaking care.
On have given 'up their London The workmen wore .; White froM
home -end --will Inbeading for head to toehats, "loves, shoes,
Portofino, any day now, And to troti-ser,s and', shirtsto ymbolize l'',
prospective producers -seeking ,to purity. The' trucks, bought espe,, ,, ,,
stilr him in it-, city trtiltleal,, Rex chilly tO DIM blichikd's belong.,
says quite : firmly, '',.'N'e v e r a- ings, 'oa0 werewhitc I ,,
cRin.' (It jtist mtght become a The ,,workmen put nine -liirge
hit, Ile fears, and ,'he'd be trap- chests and dressers; 66 dress. ..,, i
Pea lain for -mother etetnity)', and kimonos and countless pairs :' I
!.'GothaM' cabbies' now,, carry Ink, of shoes end 'hats aboard the .i.
?Wool whieh the":" asik : ,Dessen. trUck, but .. not ,. before they had'
.to sign, protesting' the. 10cent tax wrapped(' tech article in white 's,
on hack fares- cloth with a floral design. s,
, ,--,- '' ; Then they drove off to Akitti: ...
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Don't ltinch, wath- concert pia- to's Togu' Palace in the Shibuya
nist Phillinpa Schuyler, u n I e s 8 district.' ', ' '''. A,- L Iv
you're feeling, trong. She gave Most of Michilto's persofi,81 et,,,,' ., i '.',,,,
ftene Douche I Jolt et :QuO: Vadle facts hid been 'delivered to the
the other dey .when ,shs leas,ed palace ,"'',, earlier. !' These : included
on phconleod .,aFInsiaim.. Pelt ere several thottatinfdollers' worth, of
you ready?. :raw. flOunder...An. dreses, ; kimonos and accessoriel
dreY Hepburn and '110 Ferrer, purchased for her by, the iMPt
Who plan to go to, Japan Tor the ;Jai household.

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, i delving of min into space. ghoul
t make, it- possible.' to ; gustintee
11 Pele'on,,Itth -among earthlings,
i nut now -our military. must begin
. thinking' of -the likelihood, .of lin&
r ing Vehtellit and beings in space
hostile to the earth's existence. 1,
In the next 2o0 years we Ina),
b able,', thtmigh such thinge, as
blephysicC, and drugs, tot change
the naturt,, strueture and ,reso,
tion of huinsit beings' so ,that they
1 ealv tope with the weirdnest ', of
,I apace travel d, but will the Man
so stretched still, be ,hoitio' sapi sapiens?
ens? sapiens? ''''-'',,,:-' 1, ., ',
In our efforts tti ilMstigait
otber-eirthly Wei,. Nome ,of our
' early ,probes, to other planets, or
space, may- bring'', back very un unpleasant:
pleasant: unpleasant: organisms to which wd
hevsn't developed lin immunity,
Or,,,we- might start an epidemic
on Another planet by taking some
of our more nasty bacteria there.
' And 'by. tte '' way, '' if 'we find
,', some life out, therebe it fungus,
dinosauK ore get .-0-00,,,list tdo.- you,
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sato lest : nignil'htne time' has
, come for ,,,a ''lletermined stend
. againet -"the ;creeping ,Communist
conquest' of Europe,'" I $ "" $
He saidothe United Statee end
RS Allies absoltitely. must stand
firm in the ',Berlin crisis because
. "firmness alone cat bring a bait"
to, the Red threat. '
11 Hs, Said the .,"unity of the free
, world", ;was at stake. .1 ., $
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'', the death of 'freedom 'in five na nations.",
tions.", nations.", Hoover salo.$ $ L .$$ ,$',

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I stand firm i and united and insitit
Russia bold ,te. its agreements at
Yalta and Potsdam on free' elec.
, tons in Poland Czechoslovakia,
liongarYugoslivia' and Romp.
nil'. -, , .: ,,,,,- .,
, "At tile inotient, we again ere
l'i confronted i1. with precisely.' AS
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agreements,", Hoover said.'', ''','
'MC. addressed 3 his remark"' ',, t
1,, the ,nationwide redio forum held
1 weekly by 4 former Notre Dame
law school' dean CI at s pn s E.
Manion. ,, ' i-. ,,,
"The'prhiciples of decal& ins instions
tions instions '- between nations 'and the
moral standards vital to a iptice.11
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lion on the grand bellroom stage
of the ''WaldortAlteria Hotel. lt
was, 1,10esion of liFuture Devel.
opments In Speoeft,,, attended by
1,500 persons at the national eon-,
vention cd, the Institute of .114gie
Engineers.-
They even threw in s space
joke or two.,, Seems a scientist
went to, another planet looking tor
micro.-organismi and, while pier-i
ing for them was Stepped oil
by en elephant. Also; ,Don't se to
Jupiter becanit. in Aiddition to
told weather, its gravity- it so
strong that "once- you've landed
on it, you've' he Thet it,
you'd Just collapse.
The panellsti were Dr. Lloyd V.
Berknert chairman of the Spate
Science Board, NatIonal Academy
of Solences;. George II, Stoner;
general manager Dyna Soar
Weapons System 151vislon, Boeing
Aircraft to.; Dr. Oswald C., VII.
lard ,IrgStatitord' University: Dr.
Newell,National Aero
nautice put Space It e 7;
George.. Viet preSident,
enighettillt, edratieft,,' Intl: Lt.
Geri. 4amei Gavin ,IItet.) of
Arthur Little, Ino4 Dr, T.: C.
Blophytica Department,
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ire Ind the American
been so' 'united t, in 'their,' feeling
that the tithe hes tb,ine for de
termined 'stand.'
, "'The unity-of the fre' e World 14
it stabs. The agreements as to
Berlin must' be upheici.
Hoover csileV for "unwavering
support" 'to President' Eisenhow
Sr. He said Eisenhower "alone"
tin speak for the Atrierican pet).
, pls. ts,
1, "Oui pie ,are nOt frightened
b the ungessin tr.,blustering
threats' and warnings showered
Upon us front the Kremlin," Roo.
ver' said.' "We 'ate deed, to' therm
We can defend nurselves.-
He' said it WaS to be, tkpected
at-such- tiMe as this that the
U.S. &must:, maxtain such, mil.
tary strength as mill deter th
tack and must, continue Abe de.
velopment of scientific research
-and invention which will keep the
I Western world, in the lead in
1 weapons of defense."
Hoover said the "greatest prob.
lem"'' before the-American people
was to ,"fitid some road to lessen
the: repeated tensiona created by
the Communists over the world.
' "The ultimatum its tolhe free
,people ink Berlin is only their lab
est. But 1n fact' it t inVolves',1 all
free peoples For behind these
tensions lurk ths 'dangers of Vier
more dreadful, than, mankind has
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' good product, but berths bne that's out of moray.' Manager Tommy- Thompson7of rort
Worth, Tor Market had to put up a idga. informing cUstomere WhY there Wel he money hi
'; the TWO robbers took about $4,000 early that morning 7, ,

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Otto Schmittr:,,University':, of
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They' wets. encouragid to let
their imaginations rove and to
ask each other questions. One 'act.
entist :aid he reckoned that about
200,000 years from DOW
would be able to-travel tat tha
speed of light and live tong
enoughto Croat the universe.
Another scientist took a pencil,-
figured a bit, and told the first
scientists, that avini with the favi
particles par cubic centimeter
floating aroUnd in space, any
good-sized Vehicle slamming
along at the speed of light would
be butting into resistance
lent to,pne kiloton atom bomb per
second.,
Shaw emphillted that there
will probably be. whole families,
literally hundradi, .11 satellites
whizzing4round making the
earth like a bail vrapped round
with yarn. They will, so Magnify
our cornmuoicationa capability
that We should hive "multilingual
telecaati ,from portions, of, the
globe ,The seturated communi
cations promised, over the years,
tobring a new, climate of under,
standing anieng peoples, he'reaid;
Gavin ,gaid that militarily va
are now Well 'out of the missile
4tutt, intO tha, apses attLand
tnsty reach the, point,"Where It is
possible to guaranteitteace on a
planet," through satellite capabil capability.
ity. capability. Dr;liarkner agreed that nal,
tary reconnaissance satellites
"might very well calm the nervel
of a jiftery World?,
Since the military'S duty .1s to
trY to foresee, military min will
have to consider the likelihood of
space beings,which ere "inimical
to the ,earth'e existence,"' Gavin
said. Suf he said we have an on.
portunity to bring in satellite
system "that ,will 'create lasting
peace"'On earth "let's have
thelision :to do it."
l'tactice 'Firing

-Every dav-this week, -through
Raturday, T there wilt be firing, ,at
the Ern Known Distance Range,
Fort Robb. arose between. 7 ftm.
and -p.m.

ARRANGS RETURN,
CAIRO (UPI) 'rhe newlialrr
Al Abram reported today the
United Arab, Republic was or.
ranging for, the immediate, return
of about 700 expert' and employee
101ned to- tbe Iraqi government.

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niotorcade comprised of more
than Is buses departed yesterday
moroing from the Legielatipe N Niece
iece Niece in Panama, for Puerto 'Cal.
mito 'Rene Of Club Altamirele
firstlfundlasing event for 1251..
Despite urly planning -to ao.
sure complete accomodatiOns for
the club's guest', the overflow of
plum attending AU picnic mule
this attempt somewhat difficult.
'The large tursout Made it pos.
Aisle make available-to Judith
Xidd,',the ISM-59,Altamin schol.
arihip winner, an additional grant
in order toscontinus her pupas.
tory studies' to enter nu fling
school.- ,
The 17.year oldMiss Judith le a
student of the, Abel Bravo School
of Colon, where r. ihe
scholutio record.
Earlier in the yea'the CIUD
warded two Onelear acholarehlot
to Nora Contreras and Dora Jim..
nes at the Bt., Vincent School one.
rated by the Slaters of Charity.
A concert in late May at one 0
the local -theaters dedicated to the
"Youth of,Panams,'' and the Path.
Ws Day Program in)honor et all
fathera in Colon wilt round out tho
Club Altamira's activities to euo.
ten lts scholarship fund.
A 00111MUTINUI lined by the
club todav said "it deeply repot.
ed any inconvenience that I t a
guests suffered during the trip to
Calmito, despite the fact that
their contribution is enel of as.
sitting needy and tielerving etu.
dents.'
' In addition tt thi three scholar.'
ship awarde pregently being suo.1
loinett,on the Atlantic eide, the
Iclub's obligation las includes Wil.
trod Sinclair of Pedro- Miguel. who,
ir a student of Me Cud Zone Ju.1
r011egoi end), Milton limes of
the Arti and CrifUralchool In'Pa.
tour city. 1
Monroe 113y Attend
Cannes film Event

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, PARIS, April all'1)--MarjlYn
Monroe will be the biggest Attrac Attraction
tion Attraction at the international Cannes
film festival this yearif husband
Arthur Millet will let Mr coin.
Thi blonde actrels, halt been re.
ported coming to ,the Cannes fes festival
tival festival past years. Rut this
time she actually Ms greed' to
spend thtee dayi In Cannes dur duriog
iog duriog festival Unit (April7 30-May

n s tt pr 0. ay
'sit' Pifia Kbbe rPrre nr ligt. TA-1"7 17r 17r,
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Announcement of practice firing 'he filta MAIM Organizers went
bat been ,mitdoiby Headquarters, tb Now York to las Marilyn and
U.S. Army Caribbean. said sill willingly agreed. They
,Weapons ectivity is siheduled for said her playwright husband Was
Wednesday it the Pine Irield,Fir, inuch less enthusiastic. though.
was cool to the idea because his
int Range 'on the Atlantic iside They ;flood to say if ,Miller
from 6 a,M. to 6 pan.. when unite
rine.,., gorgeous witermight be mobbed
(will be firing the tecoilleolt
-n.,,i30, Amy this wool, own,i, again orif bit simply took a dim
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Alvan or u simply WOK GAM
vieW of lilt festivals in general.
deny movie stars from all ev
et the world make the pilgrimage
t Cannes for the festival. But in4
ary year abobt this time the, op
miters go throng a period og
fasting and prayer 'at they try to
prepare an extra-big Cannel splash
by a super-Mosul star.

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Rep. Jhn T.' Shelley,
'arrived in' Cristobal today aboard
the Panama Liner Anon. He ha
' accompanied by his
sheur member Of 'the
House Appropriations Comtnittee.
He is a :leave ot San Franciaco,
yas educated San Francisco
'paroehial 'and public schools, and
' is a graduate of the San Francisco
taw School.
Congresslhatt end Mrs.' Shelley
are scheduled to return -to the
States Mho Anion ?which will sail
Wednesday from' Cristobal,
Also listed to nil, on the 'Anion
are several well known Canal tm
ploy's,' among who are Mr.. end
Mrs.- Charles Ir Sher. Shay is Su.
pervisor of Rita' 11 Stores the
Supply Division. '", r
Other Cana! employee sailing ire
Mr. and Mr". Peter Borger; Mr.
And Mrs.' William' A.'',
and Mra,' James A. Marchuek and
daughter! and Mr. Sad Mrs. Mum 11
uel ,Pabon and son. Both Clark 'and
Molt retired from Canal service I
at th ond Of last Month, and are
returning to the' States i to make

Junes SutherlardPissenger
traffic manager of the, ?anima
Line, in New York. Is also among
the passengers scheduled to sail on
the Ancon. Sutherland has spent
the past few days ott the hthmus
: for conferences with yarious offi,
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,', cials on matters pertaining to, the
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1'. BONN, April 1 (11) -,---A Ham Hamburg
burg Hamburg newspaper's -report that So
viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
. recently bad a fainting spell ties
in with the underotanding in Mos
, cow that he has been told by his
doctors to cut down Ott his con.
suption of Ocohol. - '.
. The Hamburg newipsper Bild
' Zeltung carried the', story of the
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not caused by a heart ailment.
Sources for the story were said
to be diplomets in Helsinki.- ,
-When-ltruthchev visited Eist
COMM last month, be appear.
ed generally to be following doe.
torr orders on his alcohol intake.
1 But the night oii: Tuelday,
. I k Starch '10, during 1 reception St St,
, St, tended ky SOO people In the Soviet
1 EmbasaY in East Birlin, Khrush
l cher "fell off the wagon."Y
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y 1 !Chruslichey par have had : a

fainting spell that.nirt, accord ng
to a repon from- ans Ulbrich
Xempakt of, MtWeh a Sueddeuts
ehe Zettung, who said ha was pre.
sent when ths Soviet ?reinter
"suffered a loss of strength.11-

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Writers Group
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Forces riters Letrie will be
held on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
in the library of the USO-JWS ,in
lolbok president Harold R. Shaw
announced.
Members and guests w111 con.
duct a workshop review of prose
and poetry, and discuss the me.
clinics of script writing.
Writers, photographers, cat
toonists and other artists are in.
Vited to join the Writers League.
Members of the armed forces,
theig families and other U.S
'citizens are-. eligible for member.
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WASHINGTON, April it(tPill Setiate-ipproved $398,000,000 in- aporoptlaticms,,' Ind- foreign aid:
re, on'. obit pressed areas bill awaiting House spending.:1 ,
tomdrrow to resume work on leo, action and legisintion boosting fCongren facts sideline' bat,:
gislativs Josue' sure to stir poll..;funds not world Bank and Mo ties on the' question of inflation;
ties' controveroy and rock the nets 'Fund, but applying On and how to control it; anti whether.
Eisenhower budget. Ifosts to the 'local Year 1960 to shift, ,primary responsibility!
House and Sonata members 'of nstead, ot thinnar's budget. Thal tor protection; against sttel.aw,
14 it k,,'1111eliett llattet bill it in conference, 'tadiation Irom the Atomic SIAN;
grits and sir it.day 'Easter raI Fights are ahead on labor re. jty Commission to,ths.,4J.114:0-4
case at noon tomorrow, But no,torm legiestion, next major is bile Hook Corvine,:
majOr tett, is scheduled for sus tO tome up in the Senate; a, Democratic leaders pointed.
rights bill; some kind of attiiwithyr.tdo st theirrecords 0114111t!

' Minf members ,AvM not some
bick 'until ,Wedneedar and con.
treat will mark time oft Thursday
for the &editions' sesoon.opeo.
int major lane game
in the nation's coital.

liSUA Wall oTT IMILMOU111 Int AM.' k i
treat will mark time on Thursdly Nixon To Keynote
for the ("editions' 'sesoon.open. ,.
ing majOr league besball game I
the nation's coital.
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' lutthere ere 'plenty 61 legloak.
live boidgehau ahead. -- Perhaps L' ' ', ..,.:
the first will come, in t budget DENVER, April I.WMvice
test on the Dr tocrxis! big air. Prisident Richard Nixon will
port constrtio'ion.bill; ' ,,,i keynote the National Young Re.
(Thlit renoure could invite a publican convention in Denver
presidential -,vetn;,,, 'fieneloing,-- elo June 1721N '' ,
whether.- t 1,142'.millintv dollar At New York Gov. Nelson Rocks.
i 091 million ., dollge visrAlOO feller will also speak at the con.
wolves from 'it Alouse-Senata vention, expected to draw from
cirtiorissies Aommittstili 12,000 to 15,00. 'members 'of the
Other bills threatening Prot!. young Reoublirans
dent Weenhowea,:balenced bud. Plans for the convention, in.
get renal also are awaising final dudine 140 '1' '..'".04 of Isti.
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Yalta and Potsdam, on free' elec- at-such- ii-tithe as this that 'the U.S.- Army Caribbean. --, ,
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,4 weekly"' by- 4 former ,. Notre "-Dame was to ,"finil smile road to lessen and- 6.-p,m.n '' '' '''' ' . ' to Cannes fo the festival. But ev :. i n
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. i fainting spell, whick it said was rasa at noon tomorrow. But no, form legiestion, next major is one .11ealth Cervies,-. '..... .- -I
' not eauseo by a heart ailment. maint teilvitY is scheduled for sue to tome up tir the Senate; a,- Democratic Nadirs Pointed'
.. Sources for the story. were said till '"t1 4- '-',3 .''-'" ' 1 civil 'rights bill; vme kind of ant.' With pride st theirrecors othilW,
to be diplomets in Helsinki.--,-, ,. Many' members,4wilt not coma -- -7-- enacted in the first. 11 weekwlot
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OICIllAny last month,. he appear. treat will mark time on Thuradly ixon To Keynote this session. These ',,' includett.
NIVialialli statehood, a i four-year:
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......... tom' .ordere On his Alcohol Intake. ing tilljOr Illifill rebau SAM,
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:.:: .'....i:.:. :5: I chew ,gen tutu wesee.u test on the De' introits! big air!, Prisident Richard Nixon will openi hetkinis on legislation' tot''
. : f ,t,' IChrutilichav may have had 4, a port eonstrtio'ion. bill.' .,,,j. keynote the National YoUnt Re. set 'up federal standards. oti ,,, 644
'1.7""'Il.".x4,4,1-:-.1.4,ftiK4 fainting spell that Iht,- according (ThIl meneure could invite a pubticaa convention in Denver amount and duration ot."ttol
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whothArAt AisavmtitionAoltar At New York Gov. Nelson Roche. The Senate rackets ItOmmitterf
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port construc'ion bill.' ' ,,, keynote the National Younir Re. set 'up federal standsrdej on ,,, 644
-". good product, but here's One that's out of molars.' Manager TOMM:r Thompson.of a 'tort -1- re could invite a publican convention in Denver amount'. end duration,t,,,, ott,!litil
4, ,---"-.Vitortit, Tex market had to put uti a Vivi InforMing atistOMerit wItY them wu no monay in .,-
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k House-Senate VentiOn, expected to draw from the juke box indilltr14 T concenl ',
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Of Armed Forces ae;nn. ton and Beck teller, were dig. WELLINGBOROUGH,. tollittie
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'NEW' ORt.(1713). ee lie' yity operte ', eitund ile Yiehei i les- Otto .1. SchmittAVIIITeridY4' (PI this attempt somewhat diffietilt. 1 ,,,- ,t,. '
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' but now-our military. must begin opments- lit-SpAce",,; attended, by, -.. ,- "- '..- ", -
I thinidnt of -tht likelihood, .ot,lind. 1,500 persons ,at ths national eon, They wets encouraged to let
0 ing vehicle. and beings in ,spact vention al, the Institute -tzt Radio their imaginations rove and.- to
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guest' will eon.
duct a workshop review of prose I
In the next 200 years we ,that , ,,, ,, '. . ,' entist said he reckoned that about
be able,', ihrmigh such thinga as They- even threw' in a space 200,000 years from DOW. Man student of the, Abel Bravo School end poetry, and discuss the me.
Th. 17.year oltrilis Judith is a
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tion of butte beingt so ,lat they micro-organisme ant- while pier-i enoughtto Cron the universe.
taiv top. 'with the weirdness, 'AI ing for them be' wag etepped -mi
'pact travel e-.., but will the Oath by tn Another scientlit took a pencil.-
elephant. -Alio; Don't go to figured a' bit, and told the firs of Colon, where r. the ,btilliant eb,anin of script writing. .
sctiolutio record. ,
Earlier in till VII tha club t. Writers, photogriphers, car cart
t cart warded two onelear acholarshios toonlete end other
to Nora Contreras and Dora Jim..
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ono? '-,'-':- ., '. ',":, cold weather,- its, gravity, it so particles per cubic -,, centimeter
''s ., .' .- '. ,, '," ,'''; -- strong, that ."onctr you've landed floating around in space, any
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other-eirthly ,- life,' Nome ',of our you'd just collapse. ,, .' ,,, , along at the speed- of light would ---11 oca --
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A gert in late May' at one nt
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pleasant,- organisms to Which wri Berkner, chairmen of the pate second., '
h: heven't 'developed in immunity. Science Board, National Academy ",
- Or,, we- might start an epidemic of Selences;-, George II,' Stoner;
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lie said' the United State's itld Berlin muat be upheld I te "thit ,will 'create lasting monrot will be the biggeat aurae. 111111111 1.1111111
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h.r- Spain, Pierce and Friend all
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ti, asti, 5-. :-, ,signments with fine nine-inning
!' , r Oohs yesterday while Anderson, a
1. 1', ;z., 23-year-old right-hander from Pat Pat',i,
',i, Pat',i, '',,. i i'. erson, N.J., won the Chicago Cubs,
-c: -s!, opening-game assignment with his
r i ,, third straight brilliant perform perform,
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7,:: - Spahn, 'who'll open against the
i'',.y; .,- .,Pittsburgh Pirates next Friday,
! .; pitched his seennd shutout of the
1' ': -- .. spring to give the Milwaukee
' :''' 'I Braves a 5-0 win over the Detroit
.. ',11.gers. Pierce, another opening opening.
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:, ;-,:-. ; ',game hutler,Iflipped a six-bitter as
: :.' ', the Chicago White Sox beat the
' ;''' Washington Senators, 3-0. And
;,'', Friend, who'll probably be Soahn's
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.,,I,. Philadelphia Phillies.
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i':,: 'Red Sox on three bits for seven in in:.1
:.1 in:.1 ''. zings ha a 5-0, triumph. AnderS011,
1 ',:: who had a 9-0 record for Ft. Worth
i'.: -,:i in the Texas League last season,
t: has been the most impressive
rj" ?. pitcher in AriZOna and may be the
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:4 i their runs off Tam Brewer, who
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: I Spahn scattered six hits and
.. walked ono hatter as tho Bravos
,i won their third straight game and
Mod their spring record to 9-15.
' Spahnl also pitched a shutout a- 1
, gainst tho St. Louis Cardinals on
March ,24. Joe Adcock homorod 1
::': and Johnny Logan had two hits to
t load As Milwaukee attack.
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1 Charleston, S.C.', saw Pierce turn
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5 spring by a White Sox pitcher. The
','.,.', White Sox made only six bits but
ia? ., they bunched three with I walk for
).: two runs in,tht Apeond inning: It
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' The 1359: PAT 'Uftball-Tourna- titarcia, collectinr : 2: Aga-, talt. '"-4,,'.'s,
me,nt, 'being. held s at, .Albrook's The- losing pitcher; was ', George ,,......44
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play. Teams eliminated' are the 'Headquarters'. liAtnrY .,'. pitcher -'''''t -.0,
549th 11P Co...ot Ft, -Gulick; "534th Charlie. Carattini truck:out a ....AZ-)
MP .Co,of Ft. Clayton; l'Alt Bat- 'Mortar. 'Battery batsmen 'as the:,4 Ai ,-. p
tery;- 4th Gun. Bettalion of rmY I '.011,44 ,1',1- .,..'t, r."0,.atiee :,' 1 a ..14k
A t, a f-!stu tne,-11,- -,S. Marine Cannoneers by I 1-2-scoreGerrir-,:;0
Barrack', .representing,15tk Navy Shelby'collected 2 hits for the 4ils ', Int,
District. t' -, '. ' ..' ,,,' Gun I. Battalion. -.rincel,, Merlin ,-,,-Cf ',,
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62d Machine Records 'Unit ,3 4 '1 tery, while the ,eveninga, biki blow '.11418
534th MP po.-(Claytoti)'; '''' 0 f 3 '1 wag i triple by ,,-.1ose.,' Rosario. ,r,...'-:t. 1
, dit vese 0 hpried a brilliant The 'losing pitcher, wat:Irranell.;.,7 74,,
Slitter as- Amador's 62d Illttl e co Chaco. .' '''. ,:-,,F!',, ',' ,..,;', ,;,,, .,;.V.-
liminated the 534th MP 'Co. '11;,t7. S. 'Navy Com Sta.":;,,:1174- .'",,f,
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ry run in the bottom of, the .5th Vi John- Hobble hurled -hie ?second ',,,ri ,"'
as' Bob Dahlstrom. singled' te left,12-bit effort of' the tournament as i
movedto second on s, bunt :; bYtNavy 'eked Out a- 44 vrin over,111, '- ,1:1
Ed Schaefer, thin scored on a Gulick's 549th;MP Co.', Frank Dot. 1.
single to ;enter by Jim C0111433'. ter', three-base wallon wig :'' the, ,3
That was -enBugh as read had big' blow of thi: game.' Dick, lira- t
the MP's under his thumb. MRT7 dY was charged with4 the?,,iloss. .1
Weller -Bob Seibert accounted 'which eliminated 'hill teem', For 41
fwo, A ..ftlitTNO 01 a ,th O. "PnUn Mitt Na Vy; It ilaS the itirat errorless-,
as only,' 3 balls were hit out' of game played, by- anY ;team in the tr,
the infield by the MP's. George to?rnev. , , ,- t- -.., ,,-,, 444,
Everett, was .the loser. ; ,,.. tr-",'-'" Miry' 'I'D' ,147-4te 'to ot I n
, , A Btry, 4th Gun, 13n. :..1 7 3,1 I fill I
. J (I -innings) 'v ;wet, ".o.-r:o p7m011100, ',,,.10.00,, ''
VS Army Stana1 (Amatior 2 3 1 run and single to. lead the- Can. t,.,
eei Dd. e bu.va' ; tw"oAajna1'0' h. ;hi to tualletkatBee rrr edy71.n. ..,14:eti kir, e r.4. Ga.t hut Ili eo.:::,m, list tz tor le:, uin:oedno.... 7:,- ,, ,:,,, ,1
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. AlbrOok's 5700tft Operations of "ArmY Atlantic. Oscar Hilt II,
Operatioon sci .,11 ,,8 1 .7-
Squadron. paced by :,6 2-3 inning1 mited the '"Gold Coastere,-, td .11 ,'
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of nobit pitebingtobsy to.loolhonge 11, baer: 837coorattbchm.
fdSoi.rneeArdemIcropYtelipSlieggdna!la 2-7. decision to ill- S
bSol.gthlaiimnnena"nid'Ittsluti;tus had a 2 Itit completely ats bay-for 4 inning
effort going. tot 7 innings. giving on only one hit tip,. hic. ..10002 ,,,,.
up the other hit in the tth 111111110 pounded ...Tim '-Edrisonds ;for '7, 9, ,,,,, 1
Operations scored an unearned ruts ;on,6 hits, aided by--fiequent ,, 4 -.
rye le the too of the' s'ii inning 1Warine miscues., In pc 5th ,..in.: ',, ,,,',.
as "Tex", Atiting reached first oing,, Hardin' lost his ;40ntrol ,and,, ,,-,.,
no rran or. advanced on 'a aaert, the Marines, fount the, rang at'.
fel;e,. Signal eame back Strong in the smaalteSisonelq Hive,-,phildrese;-,,' .s,
' lillasrd' 14nrsIncleone blVfleaYt'6' acnednter-1 ,e-rd,i thw-ategfr'sg,c9.Tailtiliwtimo -e",31'061;4i57,- cirtse'ults':'::2:
bottom of- ; the inning,. coring 'and a grand slant' wallop,' by ; ..',
,twire on grades bY .1.eo '7anatta Catcher ;Don DurdeM1-N -,.L':. ''',1;
and Calm Lowther. -11 wild, WO, Operations dame back with -.1, I ',?..';,.,
0,4 ,Prror seArinc &matte. And rune, in the bottom of the ,5th s, to ..s ,.
rt-lito, Limfber, 0 otoreri on; is pull the' game,:out, of, the firi.1 ,':',..;),;.:
lon0.713; by: Marion Harnei to Dick; Foster and :fiTtotl' Atkini ,,; .;',',,
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' Ausmus struck out,' 12 i--OPerit' collected 2 bite'. each', for Ihe Ma- ':" ':!." 1
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By FREI) DOWN
, NEW YORK, April 6 (UPI) It's no sur surr
r surr prise to see Warren Spahn, Bill Pierce and Bob
Friend ready to fire away but how about that sen sensational
sational sensational rookie Bob Anderson?

: By MILTON RICHMAN
AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI) Art
Wall Jr., staging the inost fan fantastic
tastic fantastic finish in the history of the
event, birdied five of the last six
holes yesterday for a 6-underpar
66 that earned him his first Mas Masters
ters Masters Oa inpionship with a winning
score' of 284.
WaIrs pressurelpacked round of
34-32 which included eight birdies
in all made him the winner by
one stroke over Cary Middlecoff,
the Memphig dentist who put on
a strong finish of his own, shoot shooting
ing shooting a 37-35-72 for a 285 total.
Wall's scintillating windup was
achieved before approximately
20,000 fans who saw the 35-year'
old Pocono Manor, Pa., pro, Mid Mididlecoff
idlecoff Mididlecoff and defending champion
Arim Id Palmer come right down
to the wire before the issue was
settled.
Reminiscent of Sarezen
Not since Gene Sarazen's mem,
orable double e'agle on the 15th
hole back in '1935 has this tour tournament
nament tournament hitd a garrison finish like
this one by Wall over 'Augusta
National's 8,980yard layout Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Apparently out of the running,
six strokes behind Palmer and
Canadian:Stan Leonzrd when they
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Friend yielded Big hits,. four in
the sixtb inning when the Phi llies
scored their ,run, and out-pitched
Robin Roberts -who also went the
distance. ,Bill Virdon and- Dick
Stuart homered to lead the Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' 13-hit attack. It was Friend's
second straight, nine-inning per performance.
formance. performance. The Baltimore Orioles beat the
St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4, the Los
AngelesDodgers defeated the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics, 3-1, the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Reda edged out the New York
IYankees ,7-6, and the San Francis Francisleo
leo Francisleo Giants nipped the Cleveland In-'
dians, 7-6, other games.
Bill Gardner's selienth-inning
single drove in, the decisive run
for the Orioles who completed
their Florida. training with 154
record. Billy Klaus had throe
hits and rookie ace Willie Tasby
had two to lead Baltimore's nine ninehit
hit ninehit attack on Bob Gibson, Jim
Brosnan and Alex Kellner.
Carl Errskine and Art
Fowlek c'ollabo'ratedina
five-hitter for' the Dodgers. Char,
lie Neal homered off loser Ned
Garver in the second inning and
drove in another run with a double
off Ray Herbert in tbe sixth. Har Harry
ry Harry Chiti homered for the Kansas
City run.
Johnny Powers' two-run pinch
homer in the 10th enabled the Reds
to pull out their victory after an'
error byyrank Thomas helped the
Yankees take a 6-5 lead in the tep
of, the inning. Bob' Purkey,' Bob
Mabe and rookie Orlando Ilefia
pitched for the Reds.
Jackie Brandt cracked a three threerun
run threerun homer in the eighth inning to
win for the Giants before a crowd
of 19,805 that set a record for Den Denver,,Colo.
ver,,Colo. Denver,,Colo. Until Brandt's homer,
Billy Martin had been th4 game's
hero with a pair of two-run dou doubles.
bles. doubles. Herb Score.prorked Jive in-flings
lor 'the. andaielfled
three Ms.

Art Waii Cops Masters
Witk Fantastic Finish

teed off for the final mum; the
icy-nerved Wall went out in a
2-under-par 34 but he saved, ills
best shots for the last six holes,
five ?if which he birdied.
That did the trick.
Middlecoff, a two-time winner
of this tournarent, made a run
at Wall and with the aid of an
eagle on the par five 520 yard
15th, had a good chance to. tie.
He needed a birdie and two pars,
but his putts failed to drop on
the 16th and 17th by inches and
he lost out when he missed the
green with his approach on the
18th.
Palmer, done in by a trinle
bogey on the 150-yard par three
12th where he put his tee shot in
the water, missed out by two
strokes in his bid to become the
only golfer ever to, winjhe Mas Masters
ters Masters two years rtinning.
Tied for Fourth
Tied for fourth place were for former
mer former U.S., Open- champion Dick
Mayer atid Leonard with aggre aggregates
gates aggregates a 287.
Using a baseball grip on his
clubs. the oulet,' almost colorlPss
Wall started his. string-oil birdies
on the par five 475-vard hnlo
His four iron kecond shot left
him with an enfoot mitt And bP
stroked the ball to within 15 feet
of 'the tun from where he lot
00WIl
Wall tict andher birdie on'',the
next bole. a....13an.. four ,,471-font
lob. when he made a neat seven
iron encroach to the Prfeen
then calmly conned a 10 footn-,
He also birdied the par five 590-
yard 1Sth when. he ,ont, home with
a two iron on his second shot and
then two-putted.
J'
Birdies the Ilith
The string 'of b t d e S was
snapped on the par three 16th
when Wall two-putted from 40
feet but he was right back at the
same old stand;-birdieing -the'.par
four ,400-yord a NiX iron
approaei and e:15,16of 'putt.' 'Ile
wound ,up Nate dey (with his final
birdie' onthE pacqour 420 yard
lath with a 'nine iron approach
and 12-fo9t putt.

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' the Chicago White Sox at Tampa, Fla. Early, 14-10 last year, putt bis tiloot,.1913:-pound body ,snuarely behind his deliveries.,'
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Elks7ibraltar
Litt
Playoff Today

The Elks 1414 Lodgefnen and
'rhe Gibraltars meet this after afternoon
noon afternoon to play off the stalemate in
the standings. Both teams finish finished
ed finished the season in,the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little League second half with iden identical
tical identical records of 't to, 3.
Lew Fontame' ,OT EgOlf
will toe ,litelnound for the Elks.
For the Gibraltar Lifers, G ene
Hermanny or Boughner
will endeaVor to bring the pea peaion
ion peaion to a close.
If The Gibraltars win, it is all
over, becau,se they won the first
half and a, Win WOUld give them
the second half. However, should
the Elks be the victors todaY
then ,the tivo teams would meet
for the league championship in
a three-game series starting next
Mond,ay
In their last game, the ',Elks
downed the Seymour Agencies in
a thrilling 6 to 3.game. 'rhe Elks
were ahead by a 3 to O. count
when 'the Seymours staged an up uprising
rising uprising to knot the score at three
all.
, , ,, .4,
st V4'14 cattiei ight hack tend
Odin the gable wi a three-run
outburst, in which Larry Ber Berker's
ker's Berker's fourth hit drove across the
winning runs. Larry starred not
only, on the attack, with hitting
and good base running, but also
played a good game at short.
The fielding honors of the tus tussle
sle tussle went to cenfer-fielder -Watson
of the Seymours, who robbed the,
Elks of three extra ', ba,se -attempts.
While the Elks were clinching
a tie for the second halt- the Gi Gibraltar
braltar Gibraltar Lifers sent their left hand
ace to the mound to take the
measure of the last place Police
aggregation. Dickie Ebdon came
through as expected and coast coasted
ed coasted to a 5. to 1 win.
Ebdon has had an excellent
season. He was defeated only
once during the 20-game season.
Should there be a three game
playoff, Ebdon will be the cllotee
for the opening game.

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By MURRAY OLDERMAN
LAKELAND, Plc (NEA) The
visiting pittsburgh club was tak taking
ing taking pre-game practice. Don Hoak,
its new thirst baseman, 'had a
knee dangled 'over his bat hen
a ,gnome of a player in white
flannels was spotted through the
meshJof the cage.
"Hey, Clark," yelled HAIL
"How you been?"
"Kiss me," answered the ban.
dy-legged player with a big D
on his chest, "and I'll tell yoth"
He spit a large, squirt of ate.-
bacco juice onto the turf as, he
amhled over. His chest was
slung out over his belt. Ilia arms
dangled like the elbows weft
permanently crooked. His seamy,
face had a bulge on one cheek,
and there was a part 'in his
teeth.
' It was RoCky Bridges, who's
been hired to? play short this,
year for the Detroit Tigers, vvho
are supposed to be the surprise
challengers.of the Yankees be because
cause because they havr abundant pitch.-
ing and fellows like Rocky are
eXpected to provide defense
Hoak asked, "How manriimes
you been traded now, Clark?"
(Editor's cote: that's short for
Gable.)
"How many clubs is they?"
replied Bridges. 'I'm toing, tO
get neutral colored slee,ves."
They reviewed their shifts.
Both 'started in the Brooklyn or organization.
ganization. organization. Hoak went from, the
Dodgers to the Cubs to the Reds
to the Pirates. Bridges' vtent
from the Dodgers 'to' the Braves
to the Reds to the Senators to the
,
Tigers. ' ,-
, "I couldn't learn the language
in Washington," grinned Rcicky
over' the Latin American-spiced
Senators. "They gave me 'a cow cowple
ple cowple of years then traded me,
Its, regular UN, over three.'!:, ,..
Bridgea turnea serious., ,, 1
, "When Washington sent4,,mil e ever
ver ever here," he, confesse4,"it WU
the first time I Was ever ;unrifl ;unrifled
ed ;unrifled at being traded. Of course, it
don't, matter none long as you
play and I 'stand to do better fi financially,
nancially, financially, if I'can do the job. But
I bad a 6pretty good year aind
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DOUBLE in TECtoiICOLORI
' Domthy McGuire in,,
"OLD YELLER" ,,
Brigitte Bardot in ',
"DOCTOR AT. SEA"

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they didn't have anybody coming gamo decision
up behind me." ry Charley CI
,vds
He was having the best, season "What tim
of his career with the Senators Rocky.
last year until he was hit on the
jaw by a Frank Lary fast ball "11:15,."
"I 'adopted' a new style the lag "'het 'in tin
end of 1957," he explained, funeral," he I
"leaning -over the plate. It really Creedon..
helped my hitting. Billy Juges noon. "Did Y
suggested it. But I couldn't get neral, Rocky
out of the way of the pitch fast "Naw," 4
enough'," ,,, without a
Bridges was, hit three times ed outs too."
Yeaton the jaW, between' TT
the eyes 4ind on the arm., "4The
only time it hurt," deadpans'
Rocky, "was when I got hit on'
t, All Y

the eyes and on the arm., "'The 4
only time It hurt," desdpansi A
R ockt, I4was :when I got hit on
the arm."
ou eed

On a beat that takes you from f '-
Mantle tp a4Musial to an Aaron, S ''
a Rocky tridges generally gets
the' gd h by.' He's , never ,been ,,
much ,ntore than a utility player.
Ho doesn't run real good. His NEAT Nom c
range is limited. He doesn't hit
with power and he's never going designed'. to illw.
another ,everhea
to get much better at M., '' '',7, on. in the mind
But Rrldges doesn't have to
be coaxed. He opens and closes The bus whil
the clubhouse. During the Fitir-,
ida ',rains one day he hung way' pulled, am
around till last waiting for a Way hustlers .7, to
of Madison; Sq
-----"" wham a turrti"uthn

Mantle to a4Muslal to an Aaron,1 IS ''MoneY
a Rocky trniges generally gets

Friction4
in
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As Loti Rertni sees tit,' :"there is
no more4rittion between, Birdie.
Tebbetts, ,and' Fred Haney thus
there between pie and, mY'
wife,
4014 Qtiinn, who built ,, the
tearn',' left, for the,phillies,',in','
exprcssion ,,,', of ,rekentinent,,',
' as '',Cincinnda mandger,:
feuded, witiiHariey. Now he jig)
1Perini's big ,,inan in' the ciffice.
, had competitive resent resentIment;;against,
Iment;;against, resentIment;;against, each otter in,. lie,
past, t' but,''';that's Ai far as :it;
went,!! saYi",'Dwner P, erin
'"When,'You lira' it.. Irian. yoU 4'get.,
caus-to add to 'the ,;' organisatioa,
not ,tiPset , t
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CHAPMES 'MADE
;
"7116SONi'll'IAHL
the turrenrkeleveland baseball
roater only 'five players were on
'the club when 'Frank Lane took
ovJer,,t ea''''gener81 Insmiget 18
1 MOELLIS
,',.) ; T::' 4'1'

(00ifrig-',..

gam,. decision. tralieling sacreta sacretary
ry sacretary Charley Creedon finally told
,vas (Fat,e(4 oft.
"What time is it?" asked
Rocky. -

"11:15.."
"'just in time to make a 11:45
funeral," he beamea,
Creedon.. saw him that after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. "Did you make that fu funeral,
neral, funeral, Itocky?": he asked.
"Naw, answered Brides
without a blinko.that was rain rained
ed rained out too."

,
NEW YORIC (NEA) Here Is
another ,overheard conversation
designed to illustrate what goes
on. in the mind of a horse play- 1
er:
The bus whieh takes Broad BroadOa
Oa BroadOa y hustlers 7 to Yonkers Race.
way' pulled away ,from in front
of Madison; Square G ar d en
when a' guy'"who came aboard 'it
lone started to' explain what he.
Was doing with the trotters.
"I got 'a he saYs,
"You bet, enough t win $10 a
raz.'e. I'M tilking about the '' me mechgnieg
chgnieg mechgnieg of k'ettinry becrtlise' tho's
most,,important. P4kIng the
herseq IS simple.' The main thing
is to have money., :
li Intend to mak& my '1' living
at this. My, aim .1t,to gross $90
a nignt. asine' races, to a race.
"The first ,two' nighti; did
pretty good. 'But then I ran into
a string of losers.. I double up
on my bets,' when ( lose. So
What happens? "k If come up the
next', race and 'the ilystem calla
for an $80,,let on this horse.
But I got only $20.1 And tne
horse pal $17.. ,.1
t: 4 ,
4,"broney is the whole thing. If
I'd a had the, money I would've
proved kthe system Workit As it
it, I'm a fel, ahead, But should'
be waY out theie."... v

'''t.RECRI-11." RACER :'
INDIAkAPDtti' (tklEA)-k.- Chuck
Daigho recruit ,'driver, 'Will drive
J.' C. ligajanian'a' Agajaniari Spit.
dal in the' 500-mile rage on the
rndlatrapolia.41 0 0 r 5PeedstqlYi
May 30.' k 4 k

both men,'Ausmus had a 2 0 hit
effort going. tot innings. giving
up the other hit In the 8th inning.'
Operations scored an unearned
rPo lo the too of the' 84ti Inning
as "Tex" Atkins reached 'first
on an error,, advanced on 'a satrii
ftoP clPot May,' and' 'scored
gn Hardin's double to center.)1,,Ni
, Signal eame back Strong in the
bottom, of the inning,. coring
1,twire on singles bY 1,eo nnatta
and ,Calude Lowther. s witti Ditch
rut Prror seoring' &mans, and,
ol'alton LOwth0r,,qcorert ,? on; la
lon0:11Y LW, Marion Sarnes, to
r !Soil" the, cOntest aw,py- for Sig Sigk.;,
k.;, Sigk.;, f ''14. A '''frN
Ausmus struck out, 12 i-Opera0
tions batters, while Hardin ae0
counted foil via the strikeout
route. Only two runners were is issued
sued issued "free passes," both given
up by Hardin.
' ""'"- 4AOS ijilbrook) 5 3
US. Navy, Con. Sta., 3 5 1
1978th AACS hurler 3 Jim
o.tet scster 5 Novy
hits,, while his mates pounded
out 9, includinrallometand
ble bv Clarence ritzhugh, and
two sunies by Cates to aid his
own caole. k.osing clocker John
Hobbie homered and singled for

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Navy. ' ,' ;
Ho. and Ho Co., lst B iG. 4 5 4 of top-ranked beavywights .veill ii
534th MP Co. (Ft. C.) 1 3 2 see action, in this' weel,'s' major !,
rJoe Chambers of Ft. Kobbe's boxing bputa. , , , ,,
Ho and Ho Co., lst 'Battle Group ,z ,,,,( ,, ( ,, : , ,.
fired a 3-hitter as his team de- :Paul Armstead of LDS Allele!,
feated the 534th MP Co. of Ft ranked seventh in tbe lightweight ,,,"
Clayton by a 4-1 cotmt. Big guns division. takes on promising Ed- ;
1 ---, --I. .. -- die, Perkbas of Chicago in g, ',mi. ''
, t tionally-televised 101- ', rounder at
the Chicago Stadium' Wednesday
night (The bout will i' be i carried ''''
,
, ,,,, '" over ,the gicav: network .iditrting h
Shaiman Pates
at 10 pri. e.s.t. ,, 7 '''' '''!(
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In, nday, night s; Itationally. ,,
1, , i televised .(NBG) (serap, Paoli- Ro- '
teltici'', t'' 2nd
t r'hir:15 ,th, e-, Nuot44, c, icaoins.. $,,.''
, trades punches with classy, Fran.,
W, in Over Lakers leinleristw..
. ,. kie Ryff le,New YOrk. This (10-
,
rounder- will emanate : from the ,''
, By BOB SALMON ,1 Syracuse, (N.Y.), War Memorial '.
Auditoriut. ' ' '
BOSTON (UPI) -- Veteran Bill ,,i, f , ,, ,-, sl ,
-iohnny ,Gonsalves of, Galdand, '-'' ',
&hill Calif. and, Bobby Scanlon,' 1 But. '',7
gehoilfmpearnforcmamaneeethrinodgwheewkisth
Boston held rookie Elgin Baylor falo, N.Y.; native now fighting out "" f'!,
in check as the Celtics romped to, of San Francisco, will tr ad iir: t :
A 128-108 victory over' the Minne-' punches, in an -interesting 'light-
spoils rakers in their ehampion- weight match et Oakland, Thurf- ',
'ship 'National Basketball Assn. day night; Gonsalves is ranked
Pl'ort 8 "tE'er.P , eighth (in. the division whileScan- ,
'rile win, wrapped -up early in Ion ',recently dropped out of thar' '
tbe genie at, the Garden before top 10. Their bout will ''' not ', be 'I',
11,083 'as A national television au- televised.- -, f
(Hence sat int gave, Boston a two-1, Zora Folle,,the No. '2 contend- .1. ;
nothing lead in games in, the best-' er for Floyd ,,Patterson's hearfr ;y1
of-seven series. '' ,-,, Isweight crown,,,,will face, Willi Bes-
, 'The third And fourth', games manoff in ir nod -'' televised ,10- '
will be -played at Minneanolisfrounder at 'Denver;', Colo.,. 'Ines- '...
Tuesday and Thursday, nights. ,, day ttight, Folley liss made a i,
- '- 4' i. .--: , strong comebick since his' sur-:'
' ,- Sharman Leads Scjirers rrise loss to liritish I Empire: ti ,, ii
:" ,! '' ,' ',' -'' tlist Henry CooPer lust etcher, ,
,' Sherman, a disappointment in winninr his last tit) bouts in ,im- '' ',
Boston't, semifinal series,. a gainst pressive fa shios. ,,, r, .-, !,,,, ;, ,-,,,,' ,'' ,' !,, il-
Syracnse',,;ledl,all scorers With' 381 vyillie'', Pastrano,,' !tbelliorkre ,' 11
points. R wail the' 32;year-old back seventh-ranket heavyweight, 'tests : :' ,,
court veteran's' 'six straight points newcomer 'Dan Hodge in 'a ache& ''i ,,
early in the, opening frame that tiled jo-rounder at Wichita,- Ksnb;
sent the Celtic: ahead for keeps. Thursthty night., Hodge: is "ii; for-, 't.:,
Boston built Airs: A '24-point lead mer Olvninic' wrestler who,' was. 1
1

yoRx., curo :Three

points. It watt !be 32;Yearold back seVle-niirs;14-d...1;eatrY' weIghi',7;elt'S '''
court veteran's. six straight points newcomer,Den Hodge in 'a Ached.:
early. in the, opening frame that tiled 1e-rounder it Wichita?'Ken.;',
sent the Celtic!, ahead for keeps. Thurthlv: night., Bodge:, is ii:for,...'t.
. Boston built Am ;it '24-poitif letid mer Olvmnic' wrestler. who,- was.
hy the intermission and rode a 15,, renverted intn a bolter :lastoyeat,,::
to 20-point,advantage !he rest -ort eittl tvon the c.timett. ctove.o.helytn
the' way.. ,,;,,,' :'''"d, ''',' , ". 1 tveight ohs mininnship, hefore',. turn turn4;,Beylor
4;,Beylor turn4;,Beylor entered ''- the", garnel' with ing profession4 ... ''. ,, -. t .,'' '':z
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til the game war 15 minutes 'old '-'-',;., .., ,..;' ;, ;
and ended ,tbe conteSt with 'only :f t' :,,,,, ,,, ,.
two baskets and 'nine free thrOWS ', ji0 g l-fiht( eq 7,- A,
'pointe. ',';' "..''''','"'. '''01' '- s.. ::Ir t sr offs : ,;;;::, .:.1.,:,:: ,,
', Sharman got' his 28 points on.10 '.., ,,,,,,c'''''44, -','
field goals',and eight straight foul i', .' If 7 ,;!.....1' ..'e
enttvormionft.' running his ennsecu,. ,, Ihr !.1.1 ii. i ....,
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' event, wawa eve el me ULM, alA 1 flat ULU We L.11:A aggregation. Dickie Ebdon came By MURRAY OLDERMAN they didn't have anybody goming earl,. decisibn. Traveling secreta- 111q..and Hq Co., 1st 13- iG. 4 5 4 of ton-ranked heayysVfilits- ,7-yar, 0
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1 holes yesterday for a 6-under-par Middlecoff, a two-time winner through as expected and coast- .
, up behind me." ry Charley Creedon finally told 534th MP Co. (Ft. C.) 1 3 2 see action,' in this: week s' major ti
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1 6 that earned him his first Mas- of this tournarent, mad! a run ed to a 5. to 1 win. LAKELAND, Plc (NEA) --The ---1- n,iii s. .vas 61..0 oft. 1 rJee Chambers of Ft. Kobbe's boxing. ',TSUI. ., : 7, .0 r
1 ters Viampionship with a winning at Wall and with the aid of an
visiting pittsburgh club was tak- He was having the best, season "What time is it?" asked lici and Kg CO,, lst 'Battle Groilp -z: -vt ,, t" ,-, .., : ., ,..L.....
' genre of 284. eagle on the par five 520 yard Ebdon has had an excellent ing pre-game practice. DOn Hoak, of his career with the Senators Rocky. : -, 'fired a 3-hitter as, his team de-, :Paid, Armstead. of LDS Allele!,
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WaIrs pressurelpacked round of 15th, had a good chance to tie.
. f e a t e ti, t h e 534t 11, M P C. o . o f i F',. t ,. :lilt:ay:0:bn ke, nrivat.oeill:dhyvem id7smieve.Nev, nBobi st, h.ocesuit 11. 07 i lie. rt blaiepi. b.li,epghaitedivi I, A, r re. 1,1;1; ". :' .,' ; , , il..
4. season. He was defeated only its new third 1 baseman, 'bad a last year until he was hit on the : ..,
f 34-32 which included eight birdies He needed a birdie and two pars, once dttring the 204ame season. knee dangled 'over his bat hen, jaw by a Frank Lary fast ball :11:15." , Clayton by a 4-1 cotmt. Big guns Avision; takes:on promising Ed. ; ..,, i
1 in an made bim the winner bY but his putts failed to droP On should there be a three genie a ,gnome of s player in white "I 'adopted' a new style the lag "Aid in time to make a 11:4,5, r, , , --- die' Perldna of Chieago- in it: na- -, ''
, t one stroke over Cary Middleeoff, the 16th and 17th by inches and playoff, Ebdon will be the choiCe flannels was spotted through the end of 1957," he explained, funeral," he beerneo, k ,t, ,roun er at
the Memphie dentist who put On he lost out when he missed the for the opening game. meshJof the cage. "leaning over the plate. It really Creedon.. saw : bim that after- the Chicage Stadium' Wednesday 'I'
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a strong finish of his own, shoot- green with his approach on the . ' .' helped 4my hitting. Billy Jurges noon. "Did you 'make that fil filing
ing filing a 37-35-72 for a 285 total. 18th. "Hey, Clark," yellid HAIL suggested it. But I couldn't' get neral, Rocky?": he ,asked. .S,Illaiim'',:int''',Pat,,id.s e e .c.,,,,,,,etiwork,.startint .,,
Wall's scintillating windup was Palmer, done in by a triple --- '- :- "How you been?" out of the 'way of the pitch fast "Naw," answered Bridges Ce tics o 211 liL Friday,' night's; 'nationally. 1
i of New, York; the, &volt eon. ',"
achieved bellore approximately bogey on the 150-yard par three Service Center Theatres "Kiss me," answered the ban' enougit."., ' without a' blinko'Althat was ram-.
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dy-legged player with e big D Bridges, was" hit three times ed out, -too. . -, i ,, ? :,
trndeear,Itoinane. thhees.,1,1351t.h,' pod:Tatty,: relratin...st
20,000 fans w-ho saw the 35-year- 12th where he put his tee shot in
TONIG,HT on his, chest -"and I'll tell You." last ';'yealL;on the laW, between
' old Pocono Manor, Pa., pro, Mid- the water, missed out by two ,
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idlecoff and defending champion strokes in his bid to become the' He spit a large,' squirt of atit. the eyes -and on the arni.
baceo juice onto the turf al, he only tlime it hurt," deadpans' i
,Urhe I 4 ,, Vim Over Lakers. Stead
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6:15 8:zi ou ee kie. Ryff :.td.,New Yerk. This 40... :,
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t to the wire before the issue was ters two years running. ambled over. His chest ',was Rocke, "was when I got hit on
Kenneth More. slung out over his belt. Ilia arms the arm." rounder- will emanate : from the
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, , I Tied for Fourth Jayne Mansfield daAgled like the elbows wese 9 "" ,
beat that takes you irom r 1- '- m , B)0' BOB SALMON :1 Syracuse, .(N.Y.): War: Memorial ',
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i Reminiscent of Sarezen Tied for fourth place were for- "THE SHERIFF OF permanently crooked. His seamt nin-- Auditoriut., :: , ''' :
FRACTURED JAW" Mantle to a4Musial to an Aaron, S '' oneY
i' Not since Gene Sarazen's mem,' mer U.S., Open champion Dick face had a bulge on one cheek,
a Rocky Bridges generally gets , BOSTON (UPI) Veteran Bill .40,h.ta. ay ,,,G. 0011.8,,,,aiv'e.s.,;:-.0. f', :ea' -la' as'n' d;'.'2:,".11.,...'
I, 7- orable double eagle on the 15th Mayer and Leonard with aggre- ,. In cinenfaScope & Color and there was a Dart : in his
- the' gd i. lis' He's ',never :.been ,, Sharman game through with his
d, Bobby Scanlon a Bid. ''.1 :
y' hole back in 1935 has this tour- gates of 287.
coy SOLO 7:00 teeth.
',, much more. than a utility player. t bBeoSstto' nPerhfweldmarsoeoekiein
ilwgienekLYallioar Cahill: ;Ir.,' native' now fighting ut f'!.
of San Francisco, will t r a fr,' t :,
nament hiid a garrison finish like Using a ba.seball grit', on his
Glenn Ford, It was RoCky Bridges, who's' He doesn't run real good. His
the Milne- punches, in an ,,,interesting: Bglit- ,41
, this one by Wall over 'Augusta clubs. the outet.' alteos colprless
Ertieet Borgnine been hired to t play short this range is limited. He doesn't kit NEW ,YORIC (NEA) Here is incheck as the Celtics romped to
i National's 6,980-yard layout Sun- Mall started Itis strineoU birdies
"TORPEDO RUN"
weight match- iit :Oakland,. Thurs.
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!on the par five 475-vard Ilth holo year for the Detroit Tigers, vvho' with 'Power and he's never going
designed'. to illustrate what goes apolis Lakers iii their ehampion
another ,everheard conversation si 128-108 victory over'
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it Apparently out o
f the running, ; His four iron kecond shot left In CinemaSeope & Color are supposed to be the ,eurprise to,,,get, ,Much better at 31.' ', "v'''' day night:, Gonsalves ,is ranked ,- ,-
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7 :,1 challengers-of the Yankees be. - , ,,, on. in the mind of a horse play- 'ship :National 11,asketball ,Assn.
er: Pl'"n ri 8 "E.: eta.P ? , eighth', in. the division while:Scan- , ..,.;
1 six strokes behind Palmer and him with an iin.foot nett IV f bpi,
DIABLO HTS. cause they havr abundant pitch.- But Bridges doesn't have to '
In Ion 'recently dropped out of the' '
f Canadian' Stan Leonard when they stroked the ball to within ee
4'1 Di 'the cup from where he 'got Jack Faience
Barbara Lang ing and fellows like Rocky are be coaxed. lle opens and closes The win,. wrapPed -up early
The bus whieh takes Broad- tbe gaine at, the Garden before top 10. Their bout ill ''' t' be ''''
w no .1, ,
eXpeeted to provide defeneet. ,, the clubhouse. During the nit., televised.- ': -.'' ,-.. i
, r............. down ,,, ',: ..- .., i, t "HOUSE OF NUMBERS" Way hustlers 7. to,',': Yonkers Rate. 11,082 -as a national television sui suit
t suit Wall .tiOt another otrwe nn 'fil' in CinemaSennet Hoak asked, "How many imes ida ',rains one day. he hung way' pulled, awaY 'from in front (Ilene sat int gave' Boston a two-, ,,Zora FolleY,':the No. contend- 1 '.. ;.
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DRIVE IN tp,,,,., whhoeine. ht .,,,,,a.r.., faourn,:..tc,vvoo, rEouditabrfsenao,ttre:a, detbdatn,oaw,ahorts Claritio'r1 aro,tin.,,d ti,,11 ,la,st waiting for:, a of Madison ;, Square G a r d e n nOthing lead In games hi-the best-' er for Floyd sPattersorea ,bearp. .-1 '''..
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ti to iron apnroach to tbe Pre'en and David Brian Lynn Berney Gable.) ----- when a' gurlyho came aboard 'a of-seven series; ,'' ?
. e lone started to' explain 'tvhat he 'The third And fOurth': games manoff in ,a, non." -' televised ,10- -'''
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30e. n7 : AO Av I then calmly conned tt 9O fontn-- "GHOST OF THE CHINA
':"" He also birdied the par five 590- "How many clubs is they?"
replied Bridges. "J'm toing, tO
o riction was doing with the,' trotters. 1,, will be -plaYed at Minneanolisl rounder' at 'Denver,', Colo., 'Tues. 41 1
got a ,, systeal,
t., ,' SEA" "I
(- get neutral colored sleeves." :'' ',0,, : gut. Folley hes 'made I i
he, says, Tuesdat and Thursdat. nights. day ,111 is
' strong enetelnick 'Since."' hitt ; stir- r it .h
' II LAST DAY! yard isth when. he ,00t home with
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ill when Wall twoputted from 40 "HELL'S FIVE HOURS"7:00 ,,,I.
Natalie Wood. Both 'started in the Brooklyn or- , '.
"KINGS GO FORTH". ganization. Hoak went from the :'.,' ,,'' 1. ', 1,
and from the Dodgers sto 'the Braves As Lon p in. lit -Ai
t the "TWO GUNS and A BADGE" to the Reds to the Senators to the : f. , I most important, P I e k I n g the ,' Sharman,' a disappointment iti winninr his lasL tin, bouts lu jin- .H ;'
. horsei IS stinpie.".ne main. thing Boston't, semifinal series,. against pressive f a shion'-'. ,,, r ,,,,..,,,;,,,,,,..,., ,,,:1,1-
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bydiemg -the' ar "'"'""'
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Frank Sinatr Tigers. .,
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approadh and a'' 15-foot 'putt. Ile a n Washington, grinned citly wife 1, .,,
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Tebbetts, ,and' Fred Haney thug a nignt., asine races, alit a rate. sent the Celtict, ahead for keens. Thuradsv night. Bodge:, is -iii; foe., A ,
1 c ,, a 7,e, there is, between pie end, my '," "The first Iwo' nighti;,,I, did -, Boston built quo); e :24-poitit lead mer Olvmnle' wrestler who,' Wall.
Frank Sinatra chseies of : hettimr. becsuse 'that's '.''' , .! ..- ..,' ''. t,,4 't ' tlist Ilenre ; CooPer ,,' lust Oetotier '' 1
The string of b I r d i e s was 1.--e,---- 1 Dodgers to the Cubs to the Reds "" 4, ''' ''' ' 1 '' i to h 'Ye money '' Syrs '
, t S R. .,, cuse,."led ..all scorers With 281 Willie'. ,Pastrano,-;:!the'tWorltra e:''''! r
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C 7:06 to the Pirates. .. Bridges '' vtent .. . ,
.' I BRADENTON, Fla, (NEA)-- ' - t points. It wail the 32 ear old back seventh-ranked', beavywei ht este
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pretty ood. 'But then I ran' into b the intermission and rode a 15' p t n 0 ?
, MitZt Gaynor g Y e0 ver ed int a boy r last year
et NT GO NEAR wound ,up r4he day (with his final over' the ,,Latin American-spiced h Q 1 ' - -
',Jo b .. u nn, who built the a string Of losers-I double ,", 'up to 20-point, advantage the rest eft Mei won the rtildee CtrI,, hftvIN
: birdie' on -the pao,four 420 yard JO 1
'THE KER IS WILD' senators. ,"They gave, me a .eou
' team 1 ft, ler th Ph 11 i li
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n Y bet w n t at 1 1 ht 1 hi bil t
- '.' In Vista'stalent 1 pie' of Years then., traded mt.' I i f
express On ,' 0 ,reSentMent ', Tel. what ,, happens? ',If eeme up the 4;'Baylor entered ':tbe": namA: V tb .Ing professional... ,',-,' '.-,. ,,:,' '' '- :' 7'
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,,, THE WATER" 118th with a nine iron approach
lea, regular UN, over three."'
MO 111116 i NM IMMO and e 12-foet putt. tt '' ''''CI i S ' f
' ,.' t $e s,,. as' ,, et nn tr. manager, pea .race and 'the itystem calls a ,,q0,ellok, niprysi In the, isloyoffst -, - v, - ,: ...,, , ,.., , i
Bridges turnea serious., ' feuded witiv,Hanpv UAW ht. G. few an SIM ,, 'ha. not till a t et ..d Us, A ..111 .1. I I .2 I- si sit
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Polley,: hats made a i,,
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le Hodge. in a 'Ache& : .'i ''- -'
lee It Wichita?. Kan,b;., ';
!ht.', Bodge :: is isk:; lot -,,''!:, ,. .'',
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n', A ''bOnf: la stoyeat ,: Y
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moos 1-117 Cristobal 1.1171.z
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Clara and Rio Hato. Now low
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FOR RENT; Completely for4
' lobed house 3,to 4 months to
k reliable pasty. -lhowsio
effice.hours 1-6503 after COO ,,,,
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post RENTs---Furnished Chalet
with bis gardens ind Fiti6s 3
bedroma. 2 air conditioned. 1,
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bathroom les off!cIP vitt'
washing onschin.$ garage w""
doors. Talc 2-0261' Fr 3-2612.

FOR RENTIov. Newly sonstruct4
od -Chalet, I bedroome,', 3 porch..
as living dining room. prin.
cipal bath rooms, mahro room
with bath,' large library .room,
1 Alamo kitchen, water, heater
filiation., washing 'tuba. Garage
for two ears. Located le toma,
, Alegre Street No. 92. infers.
, mein. J.L. Browse Toloohoos
, Balboa :2-322S.

FOR WTI. Immediately mem
dem house, 2 air ,,, conditioned
bedrooms, completely furnished
very Masonable. Call 14506.
Ciiiiiiiitiati..:::Site
7' FOR RENT:, Professional or
commercial office ton ground floor
Edificio Urraci. corner Aso. Bak
boa and Federico Boyd, 82 squire
'meters, $125.00. Call Panama
3-7038. , r,
-FOR ,RENT: Seven softies. of
, approximately 44 ,ass. m. eack
which 'tan be Intercommunicat,
ad accorditsc,to the apace re.
wired., Flannel...apply to The
First National -Viry Bank of t
Now -York,. Avenida 7a. den,
,tral 10,11r-Tok 24695.

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Busineismat Pedro t E.' Ameglio
' told investigators yesterday that
he -only, intended, t,0 sear, 19-
year-old Manuel Jose Ittrado,when
he fired his gun at the young
man who was seen leaving the
of his home with. pack packThe,
The, packThe, young man died. Thursday
as a result of two bullets fired
-from Ameglio's gun 'after falling
- ''44ch thP tbase,
Ameglio said he -chased after
Zurado yelling "stop thief, or
shoot.? but he' kept on running,
, He said Jurado apparently slip.
rped and fell while trylAg to hop
'Into the ear being driven by A Ameglio's
meglio's Ameglio's wife, Mari Elizabeth.
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Police autho....es re question--
tog eyewitnesses to the shooting
of'Jurado, who did 'not have any
previotts molice record.
One., Berns:he Castillero, ban
tender ,Who.,,7had' told Ameglio
the he JUIW Jurado leaving the
back of- hist house with a packo-e.
estified that he had seen
iiiratio. some times alone an&
it other times accompanied,' iPi
the vicinitr of Ameglio's home
in Salt .Francisco de la Caleta, :
home bas -been 'bro.
xecently and be was un under
der under the''Impression that Jurado
may 'have been the burglar.'
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General Agent
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for ratter end btforniatiOA
Tel. Panama 34552
!bloodily titre friday
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4 A ',,. tN.,!.1ror Rent :::-:':
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,j 'tray ...located in ,, a r fine
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4' Beautiful. Beach : and 9 1
'',,, bole golf course close liy.'
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. 7 tottagc with ': 4 bedrooms
., Pin ,,,r,',,', one half ,' UthAi
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, FOR RENT', ; Oe Automobile
Row modern' riodroonc apallt
- mot. ;Tolophooto 24231 tot
1-111101.;47, ,,
FOR RENTI Sim APII;
' could' bo' used for :oommorciol.'
offices, boo Mai plumbing
boator:',0iit furnished Witb,
2 conditioning!,
,,Campo Alogro, ?Via
' posit' Hetet Pettornso Telt
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RENTi m.dern Mb
bedreent Apt.''llit conveniences.
call. 50 No. ,115. (moor so
1 or
' St.) Phone; 3-1210.'
FOR RENT; Nigh In II Can,,
scsio se and two Isdroom
, apartment --with torso Hying.
dinins.. maid's room lame,
poreb.all maned. Call 1.7453. $
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FOR RENT; Nigh in II Caw,
groin ono and two ladroont
, apartment --with large living.
dining,' maid's room garago.'
porch, all maned. Call 1.7453. $
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FOR RENT: In Belli' Vista
' largo two bedroom apartment.
, Dining, ,porch, balconies.
two bathrooms, maid's reom'and
garago also smaller two', bed bednom
nom bednom apartment fumishad or pm..
( furnished. Call Panama 2-4649.
, FOR RENTr Campo Nord,
nicely furnished ono bedroom
apartmont, Tolophono; ,balcony,
',bot roc etc. Coll 147119
FOR RENT: Furnished opart'
ment, tiv bedroom, living, slim
ming set, San Francisco II6 Street
No. 6 near Roosevelt "'hooter..
FOR RENT: Vacation quar quarters
ters quarters from May 1st. to Juno 30.
Cali Salim 2-1331.
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,Iurnished reser, with separate
access and right to kitchen.
141., 3-3016. :
g!i!$,!11,00',:::!'i.t0:4!1,,:,.
t,46.11(.1tYio:Get:..:-;,
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NEW YOBE (UPI)---Miss anis anistine
tine anistine Jorgensen,,, 33,,' and Howard
L'Knox, 38, a Washington statis statistician,
tician, statistician, today' were- planning to
make a new try fr a DitW York
marriage license today. ,', 4
Knox returned' from Claicago
last,', ,nightr with proof of his
1945 ,,divorce, there, lack of which
caused tile couple's marring li license
cense license application to be turned
down here earlier this week.
, Knox said he also had theilinc theilinction'
tion' theilinction' of shis Protestant pastor for
his marriage to the blnde night nightclub
club nightclub entertainer who was a I.I.S.
soldier named George' before Un Undergoing
dergoing Undergoing surgery and hormone
treatments in Denmark, from
1951,0 1953.,
' Miss Jorgensen met 'pox at
Newark Airport after e long
wait because of weather delays in
his arrival. Her secretary said
she, bad been exhausted by the
wait and retired early.
The couple will probably go to
the Municipai Building between
noon and 2 pat., temorrow to re
new, tbeir application for, a.,, li license,
cense, license, the secretary, ,Miss Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Wilson said. q4,10
',70,44 don't expect any ',trouble or
delay .- because they l'havehad
their blood tests, aneMr KnoI
has Ms divorce papers,"' Miss
Wilson -said.- -','" '' -,
1 ,I;hSehree trheetu sceoctupiteo wsoatay a wbhe e nm aorr.
ried,,but indicated it may not be
,for two weeks. -. '
r'' Knox also- refused to disclose
qinro information about the cere
, Knox said he h d been courting
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MOSCOW (CPO. The Supreme
Soviet (parliament) of .Azerbaijan
Republic in tht, Soviet Union has
appointed, its first woman. foreign
minister, the Soviet Tass news
reneetv ,; today. -Sh
IT a i Tairova, sot, prominent
stateswoman' and. public figure,
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Engine,' 2, tend Rat 114h4,
Krum 124-Ak.. Gahm. Phone
5-169. ,,,,
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet,.
t 210. 4,-door ?wergilds 2-tone,
)Rediee undercoaktnew,:,
brakes, excellent condition11-,,
450.00. lic.14211,, Phone 70Or's
'Coco Solo.
FOR SALEt,".-- 1941 Packard
Convertibles'1959 inipected very
good rubber' 1150.00. 36-519.
FOR SALE:' 1957 Dodge Cud.
tom Reyol Very need condition.;
11900.00, Phone 4-4331, 460
Ancon 111141: Ancon. '
FOR SALE: P --p 2-ton Austin
truck 1954, excellent condition,
good tiros. Stabs 1' body only
1600 miles., Low. prke. Call
Panama 3-7938., ,'
-"OR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobils
Sedan $4540. Balboa ;438
777-I Balboa. t.t P
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ROCKFORD, M. (UP,I) The
surging-Rock River, "pilling over
from spring thaws and rains,
spurteo ever' higher today,
threatening 2,000 northwestern Il Illinois
linois Illinois residents addition to the
1,800 already on higher grotmd.
'Officials feared the Rock, ex expected
pected expected .to crest Within hours,
might la all-time high of 68
feet-41ve feet abeve ',the record
63 reached. during the Pgreat
floods" of 1929.
At 000n, the Rock was at 60
feet, 'down from the 62 feet it had
risen to dtwing the night. Offi Officials
cials Officials took little comfort from. this,
however, since northern headwa headwaters,
ters, headwaters, which, have yet to feed the
Rock were at.record, height.
Pecrionica Itiverp.'T whici
flows into the Rock .upstroara of
'ROckford, lielleved' to have
crested before dawn at 16.92 feet
--just 'frattions beloW its 'record
of ,17,, Police' noted at least, 61
residents' of 'Pecatonlcs ,flooded'
Freeport, M., housed in the town
National, ,Guard armory and ,at
least 60 blocks on the east side
were Tunder water.'
: Small toring Prlineant to Trree,
port appeared to be faring some somewhat
what somewhat better.
:McConnell, M., itill had some
rater, in its streets but, Winslow.
which', earlier, had, been battered
by the reeatonica, now had rel relatively
atively relatively clear roads.
The flo'od situation also was
believed to have eased somewhat
in central dichigan, though are areas
as areas hi Midlqnd and in Saginaw
County still ( were under water.
Police had evacuated 15 nersons
and' one goat--from Saginaw,
Mich.,' and water at one of the
town's main intersections was six
feet deep. 1
Police at Rockford said the sit situation
uation situation was extremely touch-tindgo.
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"Right now the downtown area
onli-bas 'water seepage' to worry,
about," pent Sgt. Charles R.
McDonnell; handling merning operations,-
-said; "But if the- river
does go u; to 68 feet, like ex expected,,
pected,, expected,, then we'll be in real trou trouble."
ble." trouble." A
Mitt lorgensen for ve ars
after becotning captivated by her
woinanly charms during a Wash Washington
ington Washington night-club performance.
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' P4IIIS, (UP ',,,Cancer add
hearto disease ire replacing alco alcoholism
holism alcoholism as 'the most ; frequent
causes of death in France, a, go,.
enment suvey ,,showed toda Y.
An intentive campaign against
alcoholisin appears,l, to bebearing
some slighL fruito ,the National
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FOR SALE: 'w,- plocos gusto,
malan furniture. Sots' settee k,
table. floor Lamp:1;42 shahs.
Phone Balboa 1484
FOR SALE Mahoginy dining
sot table with eight chairs: Dry'
mahogany lumber: 1". ,1 4" :
surfaced two ,sidos.- 20c. Loma
float propellor'.20:116. sot of :
' rOnnitior lights for largo boat.
761,4 Tel. 2-3630.'

FOR SALE: Kenmore Auto.
matic washer. Excellent condi condition
tion condition $125.00.' Quarry Heights
1190L, '
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PLAN HOW
To take advantage stf
DOROTHY CHASES'S
Special Summer Session
TAP BALLET TOE
ACROBATIC dr CHARACTER
June, 10
Registration dates ter Iso
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Connie Nicholas Wrote Suicide Notes

Fob!. Weeks Befori Teel Was Killed
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INDIANAPOLIS' (UP1) Con.
nio Nicholas was, writing suicide
notes dated four weeks before the
slaying of Forrest Teel, her mar.
ried lover, and one was to her
former husband ektoressing sorrow
at the'-"heartbreak" she caused
The notes, now in the hands of
police,!.are expected to be intro introduced
duced introduced Mrs, Nicholas' murder
trial by the defense.
The state was expected to wind
up its case against the 44-year-old
brunette later today with medical'
testimony contradicting Mrs. Nich Nicholas'
olas' Nicholas' claim she auffert.. paralytic
arm injuries in a struggle with
feettrlge presiuent of Eli PLY,
!or the gun that ldlled him.
The-expert will be DI John
Hetherington, Indianapolie neuro neurosurgeon,
surgeon, neurosurgeon, Mrs. Nicholas had obtained a
divorce ftom Curt' Nicholas last
Aprill It was on July 31 that Teel
was Idlled in his Cedillas outside
the apartment of leis new girl,
Laura Mowreri
A, letter addressed to Nicholas
in Detroit, dated July 3, was found
in Connie's apartment unmailed.
It read is part:
"Dear Curt:
"By the time you get this letter
I plan to te no longer of this
world., I am sorry for all the an anguish
guish anguish that I have caused and to
me there) Is onl3r one way that I
can make up for it a little and
since lifeOuts no further meaning
for me I ant more than glad to
be able to do something.
"ou, r.see,- although you have
been hurt tag haVe been at least
you had the faith and courage to
go on which Ja something that I
lack. The war that I am taking

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MISIVIERICAN LEGION Judy Meyer's of Curundu Heights'
checks a litting on her Felix Maduro4original to be prepated
,for'her'many engagements during the coming month as the
typical AlnerieSrl girl in this area. Madura is seeing to it that
Miss American Legion 1959 is properly dressed for the various
events leading up IA) tile birthdayball ou May 9 honor of
pa armed forces., ,

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FOR SAL;te, Piano tenant
Studio typo, blonde. $275.00
-4 Violin like new, itoginotoS2S
Salina 1317-
10; SALE: ,,,-- Two patio rock.
ing chairs $1.00 each. Largo
round bird aviary $15.00. Com Comfortabla
fortabla Comfortabla patio couch $10.00,,
Phone 83-21314
I, FOR SALE: 4'1952 Buick 4
' door Special. 1-29. Slectric drill
Stewart Warner, Instrument
panel for boat Ow. 5 pc. ma ma,
, ma, Itegany, sectional living room
set 247I-A Coco IL
I' FOR SAM Craftsman 111
, saw, excellent 'tradition, 2104-C
Curundu. Phone 83-3227.
' FOR SALE: Stereophonie
equiPments. Scott, Stromber.
Carson and Marotta amplifiers.
AGENCIAS DIAZ, 17th Street
Ho. 6-A.
EOR SALEt Stereophonie
records clanks! and populism,
- Big selection. AGENCIAS DIAZ.
17th Street No. 6-A.
is not the right way but I suppose
that it really doesn't matter too
mucb,,,if I don't fail at the at attempt
tempt attempt and that is somehing that
I hope doesn't happen...
"Connie"
Another envelope was marked
"to- be opened on my death" and
the note was dated July 10. It
said:
"Upon my death, my final re request,
quest, request, is that there be no funeral
service, flowers and- no one .is to
view the body. Cremation at
Floner-Buchanan in Broad Ripple
to folloVit'as soon asepossibla after
deathJ My ashes are to be flown
and scattered-over, the runways,
Of 4104' littporta,in, Indliktapos,
14. 4
h be remated in mi
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Chhiese -lounging robe and the
blue ruffled gown hanging with it
in the closet.
"Connie Nicholas."
NAMES,MINISTERS
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPDGreek
Cypriot Archbishop Makarios
today namtd two EOKA un undergrouod
dergrouod undergrouod military leaders as
proposed ministers for the transi transitional
tional transitional period prior to the, forma formation
tion formation of the new republic
Cyprps.
Britain had placed a $14,000
price 'On the heads of both, men
during the bloody years long
fighting on.the Mediterranean is island.
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Baseball Optirnitic
Will Be Successful:Year:

By FORD FRI K
- Commissioner if lBaseball z
.(11Vgitten for tiPIr
NEW YORK (UPI) --- Organized
baseball is optimistic that 1959
will be a successful year on the
field and in the halls of Congro,s.
All indications are that major
league attendance will approxi approximate
mate approximate 18-million, a figure on ondreamed
dreamed ondreamed of in'pre-war year and
one that means the game is inq a
very healthy financial state. We
expect two close pennant rates
climaxed by another great World
Series show which holds the in interest
terest interest of something like 40-million
people for a solid week.
Our one big problem, of course,
is the minor leagues. And, in that
field, we are powerless until
Congress or the Department of
Justice defines our position as re regards
gards regards the television industry.
,Twa Bills Pending
There are two,bills pending in
Washington. Both recognize base baseball's
ball's baseball's Tight to the reserve clause
and its right to regulate its
television program. Our last ma major
jor major problem will be solved if eith either
er either of these bills is enacted and
then we will be able to take base baseball
ball baseball out of the courts and put it
exclusively back on the playing
field where it belongs.
One thing really annoys me.
Don't listen to that talk abouV
basebill falling apart. That's the
bunk. There are more Idds play playing
ing playing ball,more peoplg going to the
parks, enlarged high school and
college programs, more radio and
television and at leaast as much
newspaper space being given to
baseball as ever before.
Baseball is happy to see
icreased biterest in football, bas basketball
ketball basketball and other sports but do
not be misled into thinking thosel
sports are cutting into baseball's'
aMusement dollars. For year yearround
round yearround interest, in-and-out of sea season,
son, season, the American sports fans
prefer baseball.
Talk Of Expansion
Talk of expansion is in the air
everywhere, of course, and we
already have seen great strides.
Expansion is not 'coming"--it
already is with us. And here, too,
one sometimes hears the prophets
of doom telling us "it can't be
done."
That's nonsense. Where will we
get the playerse from the Ameri American
can American economy, of course. We bap.
pen to have enough confidence in
the American economy to believe
that it can fill 200 new jobs, pro provided
vided provided we can create them through
the expansion of our game.
Wouldn't it have been absurd to
argue not to expand out airlines
10 years ago because there weren't
enough pilots(' t The airlines- ex expanded
panded expanded and America produced
new pilots. If 'baseball expands,
America produce new
ball players.
, There is another point that
needs clarification.'' Recently we
have all heard talk of a pay-TV
World Series which would. pro produce
duce produce $15-million, of which 60 ler
cent would go to the players and
40 pee cent to the two competing
clubs.
To Explore Pay.TV
The eommissioner of baseball
has the power' to negotiate any
new World Series contract and
consequently I want to make a
point clear. At the moment a
$15-million World Berle is Just a
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Remember lit We ore not' I IMg
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Soviet Charge
As Propagnda
WASHINGTON, April 1
offiCials today wrote off as
propaganda a Soviet charge that
a high altitude American transport
flight to West Berlin was an at attempt
tempt attempt to wreck agreement on
East-West talks.
State Department officials point pointed
ed pointed out that there never had been
any agreement to limit the alti altitude
tude altitude at which allied planes could
tlY In the air corridor to Berlin.
Three Soviet fighter planes buzz buzzed
ed buzzed the air force transport on Good'
Friday. In a note yesterday, Rus Russia
sia Russia charged the American plane
committed a "gross violation" of 1
Berlin corridor flight regulations
by flying at 25,000 feet.
The Soviet note said "the delib deliberate
erate deliberate violations... can hardly be
regarded otherwise than as an at attempt
tempt attempt of the United States to wor worsen
sen worsen conditions for a Foreign Min Ministers
isters Ministers meeting, if not to frustrate
completely the agreement on east eastwest
west eastwest talks."
American ()facials said it was
the Russians themselvet who jeo jeopardized
pardized jeopardized East-West conferences by
busing the American transport
and by putting restrictions la st
week 4n travel of fOrtign diplo diplomats
mats diplomats in Russia;
Such actions,,, they said, could
hardly be viewed as examples of
the "sincere desire to negotiate"
that President,f Eisenhower has
said the Sovieta'must show to jug.
tify a sublknersumattt meeting.

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hvo competing in a recent clash with Arabs in
' the Goss Strip;'' the newspaper
lay TV Maariv reported today. T h e
: of baseball newspaper said the Indian patrol
negotiate any arrested an Arab woman attempt attemptcontract
contract attemptcontract and ing to cross the Israeli border.
-it to make a The patrol was attacked by a
le moment a gang of armed Arabs who tried to
eries is Just a rescue hes.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Plc (NEA)
1 Casey Stengel Is happiest and at
bis best heti surrounded by base.
-ball writers in the dugout. The
POre listeners the brighter the
,, conversation.
1 This morning at Miller Huggins
Field on St Petersburg's north
side, Professor Stengel was asked
'VW he believed the Yankees had
to beat this season. Like all good
Imagers, the old showman knows
si much about the enemy as he
doss about his own club.
' When we finished unraveling
Stemplese, we found that Casey
rates the New -York opposition in
this order: I, Chicago; 2, Detroit:
S -Boston; 41, Cleveland. OP Case
,
got back on bis own guys after
, that, obviously considering Bald BaldMore,
More, BaldMore, Kansas City and Washing Washington
ton Washington unworthy of his attention. al although
though although he is still trying to figure
how the Senators won 10 games
from the Bombers in 1958, seven
of them at Yankee Stadium.
"Chicago has pitching." Stengel
bettan, "and you know about their
defense. That Aparicio and Little
Pottle can't wait till they get their
hands on a double play ball. Lopez
is is smart feller and has the onlY
present-day base-stealing team.
Most of 'on can scoot. including
that feller in center field (Jim
Landis), who commenced to hit the
ball during the latter part of last
season, which is all he had lo do.
If this new kid (Johnny Callison)
stands up, the White Sox will be
etztra dangerous, for what they
reed most is a long ball and he
showed be could hit it at Indiana Indianapolis.
polis. Indianapolis. He's pretty young, but so was
Mantle. The White Sox got off very
badly a, year ago, which gave us
our early cushion. but they were
wearing out the other teams at the
: finish.'
THE TIGERS MORE 'RE
CENT campaigns have looked like
ehemoions against the champions
and bums against the bumf
They were short one good start-1
Ing oitther,"- Pointed out Stengel,
"and they. gt SO then Awe
In Narleski and MOssit'to say with,
log about four. .eitrit-fine looking
rookies."
The Detroit recruits. who bay4
attracted the most attention this
soring are Jiro Raugh and Pete
B u r nside. ,22-year-old
rieht-bpsd dinitet balartiat,-,etther,
won or, saved 22 games for Bir Birmingham.
mingham. Birmingham. Southpaw u r nside
could have found .himself in the
summer beat Of Phoentx4.
"They also got whole new left
side of the infield, and fellers who
will not make mistakes in Bridges
and Yost," stressed StelIgel, Pend
there are' fellers to hit Yrist., 'the
lead-off man. around. The feller at
second (Frank Rolling) is, as. good

'iciy Resumed In,
etTetAtates,Yalikees',Fois: Brief
Tigers, Bosox, Indians Easter

LIONDAVAPRIL 14 Isso

'John Bull's refusal to sanction
the appearance here of one of his
prize fighters for fear it might
slander the British ring is some somewhat
what somewhat like petitioning the clergy tO
protect Al Capone's good name
The caliber of the sport over
there, particularly in the heavY-1
weight division, is so inferior as
to suggest the impossibility of de degrading
grading degrading it further. All the same,
the action is extraordinary, and on
the strength of it Brian London,
the subject, is assured a certain
degree of immortality.
A performer has to be spezt speztazulary
azulary speztazulary incompetent to be denied
the official imprimatur of his coun
try, and if London defies the ban,l
as is his threat, his position then
1--Imec 'hat of fiabter discred discredited
ited discredited in his homeland, his creden credenuas
uas credenuas pubucly rioiculeu.
So what will happen if and when
he faces Floyd Patterson the re.
clime heavy-xvieght champion?
Well. if the boxing bugs flutter
true to form, they'll break down
the doors. Until .the British solons
stigmatized him. London was just
anotijer curiosity who as the
"world's worst" has a high box
office potential.
American fight fans are funny
that way. Their reaction to Primo
Carnera was typical. Warned for
weeks in advance by the metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan press that this glandular
freak was the biggest hoax since
the Cardiff Giant, and that his
New York debut had been pains painstakingly
takingly painstakingly rehearsed, they never
theless stormed the Garden in
such numbers and frenzy, mount mounted
ed mounted police had to be summoned to
Maintain order,
", It is pleaSing to note that Lon Lon'don
'don Lon'don is not the swaggering type,
and that he bears his accolade
1- with modesty even .to a point of
-'ouestionint. his worthiness. "If
am so bad how ia it I am tut tut4ed
4ed tut4ed fifth?" he asks pomibly with
( tongue coiled in, cheek,' For to
'.rank no higher than fifth
!,today's heavies as the young
it man must surely know, is a shock shock,
, shock, ing indictment in itself.
,

Horizontal Hoivywoights
Championships are traditionally
k won and 16st in the ring ono if
As true of the best it must
; also apply to the worst. And if
London is determined' to confirm
ritigh bo-rd's opinion by
vfer!lter performance, more, power

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Ray Nar leak!
as there is in the league. I never
thought he'd make it, but he fooled
me. Maxwell Is not a' fundamen fundamentally
tally fundamentally sound hitter, but will do bet better
ter better if they can get him to swing. He
GUMBS Lungs Abril 6 ,.D;1...
ADD STENGEL RATES

was sick a couple of times last year
and was bothered by boils, the
year before. I thought Wilgon
caught great for them, but they
bought Berheret. This team has
been tough for us and it shouldn't
be easy for anybody else."
-
LAST YEAR, STENGEL picked
the Red Sox as the most pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced threat to the Yankees.
'!The pitching blew," he exPlain exPlained.
ed. exPlained. "It wasn't a quarter as good
as the year before. With Wertz, the
Red Sox now have five big hitters,
instead of four. THev have to score
runs. Malzone is the best third
baseman In the league, but this
team still needs a second base
combination.
-
"Cleveland bas changed its whole
infield and has Billy Martin at
second base and Vic Power, who
can play anywhere as well as any anybody
body anybody in the country. But the infield
is still this, teaur's weakness. The
outfield is all right with ,MiSpso,
Piersall and Colavitto and there are
good young pitchers."
-After winning nine pennants In
10 years, Casey Stengel's biggest
job is ,building a case for the op opposition.
position. opposition.
But knowing how deep tile Itan ItanImes'
Imes' ItanImes' ate in superior talent, base baseball
ball baseball writets walk away wondering
why they don't win by 20 games in instead
stead instead of 10.

he is woefully in need of more of
everything..
Compehtion for the. nadir in
heavyweight ineptitude has al always
ways always been strikingly keen in the
Empah, hence note Must be made
that London's station is judged
ty-nt'y by contemnornry stand standards.
ards. standards. Whether he would have mit mitt
t mitt re Fie T'en, p, o- "'ens, Tno
Beckett, or even Phainting Phil
Scott ot a later oay, uke
discussions involving different
eras, pure speculation
Wells and Becket kept Georges
'Carpentier in business; in fact,
eventually paved the way for the
way for the Frenchman's charade
with Jack Deinpsey which played
to the ring's first million dollar
gate. One punch by Carpentier
was enough to send them into h
dreamy swoon. It was these swift swiftly
ly swiftly Omissive snrreneers that in.
spired the graphic plrase "horl "horlzontai
zontai "horlzontai heav.y weights.
Bill Pickens, a peregrinating,
perceptive promoter, earnestly
tied to persuade Tex Richard to
feature Beckett in the Garden.
"This fellows unbelievable.
Worst excuse for a fighter in nis
tory. And simply because this is
so, he'll sell out the. joint."
If London's only hall as bad as
Beckett was, chances are he'll do
just that, too.
-
Forced the Match?
Our information is that Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, properly dissatisfied by his
two previous defenses spoke o ir
for the first time since he became
the property of his mystic man manager,
ager, manager, (iland personally insisted on
a tun up fight before meeting In
r, onwqr,T1 in Itine
Whether or not this the fact, it
appears obvious that London was
nominated in the conviction he
was the most imponent and Own
fore representative the least dan danger.
ger. danger. It is of cours, most unusugl
for a champion to engage in any
kind of fight SU close to what
Aooms as a major test, with s rich
pay day but then, the way the
:Patterson camp is run, nothing 1
unuuaL
114-'1 matter how trifline the op.
position, the risk of injury neces necessitating,
sitating, necessitating, postnonement, is always
present. Btntidcs if London is at
nreonsterous as described (bets
10.1 to lose in British books) Olt
nossible rood can the match do
1 nntterson? On second thought
1 it cou'd give him a laugh, end

: Wm. from. all act- Ziunts,I by n6w Vie guy must :O-ne.. ail over."

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By TED WILBEE
Play in the 1959 Esso Golf Cham Championship
pionship Championship was renewed at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club this past weekend.
The tourney was delayed one-week
due to the Easter holidays. Those
players in the tourney who re remained
mained remained in the city during the past
week played off some of the sec sectaid
taid sectaid and third rotmd matches.
while the remainder 'awaited the
weekend play.
Results in the first round match matches
es matches were as listed. In the champion championship'
ship' championship' flight: Crichton defeated
Dehlinger, 4 and 3; Baldwin d.
'Gen. Landon 4 and 3; Beeson d.'
Moreno 3 and I: Moran d. Aros&
mena 3 and 2; Watson d. L, Dehl Dehlinger
inger Dehlinger 4 and 3; J. de la Guardia d.
Babb 3 and I; Tommy Jacks d.
Glickenhaus 2 up; Morrice d. To Torres
rres Torres I up.
In the second flight, results were:
Kascher d. Richardson 5 and 4;
Duran d. Vivas 6 and 5; ,C. P. Ro-,
driguez d, Woodruff 2 up ,after 36
holes of play; Valdes d..Chandler
5 and 4; Moses d. Maduro 2 up;
Rupp d. Heiman 2 up; Hooberry d.
A. de Mena by default, and Bowen
d. Swenson I up.
In the second round, match 're 'results
sults 'results have beeir (In. the first
flight) Crichton d. Baldwin 4 and
3; Beeson d. Moran 2 and 1;,.T. de
la Guardia d. Watson 4 and 8, and
Tommy Jacks d. Frank Mortice 5
snd 3. In the second flight Kascher
d. Duran 3s and 2; C. P. Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez d. Valdes I up; Rupp d. Moses
4 and 3, and Hooberry won over 1
Bowen by default.
In the two consolation flights
(those who were defeated in the
first round of play after qualifica qualification:
tion: qualification: results have been as listed.
In the first flight: Betron d.
Pierpoint 3 and 2; Jack tally d.
Valdes by default; Jorge Paz Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez d. Fradel I up; May d.
.Sehmitt by default:. Schlegel d.
Burr 2 and Erasmo de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia defeated Hearne bv default;
and Elich d. Vandergridt by de default.
fault. default. The results of the A,E. Diaz
vs Mahone were not known at time
of going to press.
,
In the second flight of the conso consolation
lation consolation flights, results have been as
listed: J. Smith d. Orillac 2 and 1;
J. Boyd d. Stanziola by default;
Tapia d. Collins 2 and I; E. de la
Ossa d: Chandeck I up; Mercer (1.
E. Jaen Guardia 4 aqd 2; Baldwin
d. Sibauste 4 and 3; 4,7-C., 'Mitre di
Howell by default, and Cruz d. Ma Maher
her Maher by default.
In the second round of the sec second
ond second flight J. Smitlf defeated Kiki
de la Ossa Sunder afternoon by a
close score of 1 up, with the win
coming on the, final hole and mitt.
It was a close match throughout
with peither having a big advan advantage
tage advantage at any flme. Jack Mercer,
giving J. K. Baldwin 3 strokes,
Played 18 holes to a tie score dur during
ing during the week. They played again,
Sunday afternoon and after 36,
holes of play. again found them,
selves in a tie. The winner will
olay Chiek Kline. who defeated
Cruz by a lopsided score of 8 and

Cipriano Paz Rodriguez, General
Manager of Km (Panama), has
had the beautiful silver trophies
for the winners of the tournament
nut on display in cabinets at the
Panama Golf Club. The trophies
will be awarded to the winner and
runner-up in the two main flighti
of play, as will as to the winner in
the two consolation flights. In ad addition,troohles
dition,troohles addition,troohles will be awarded to
the medalist in the first and sec second
ond second flights.
Third round play in the cham championship
pionship championship and second flights is to be
completed by next Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. In the semi-final round
matches in the championship
flight, Crichton will meet' Billy
Beeson, the latter giving one
stroke to his opponent. In the low lower
er lower half of the championship flight,
Jaime de IL.Guardia will take on
Tommy Jacks, with the latter get getting
ting getting 34ths of a 2 stroke difference
as a handicap.
In the second flight, Cipriano Paz
Rodriguez will play Hank Kascher
in the semi-final. Rodriguez, with a
handicap of 13, will be giving,Kas giving,Kascher
cher giving,Kascher (with a handicap of 224 sev several
eral several strokes for a handicap. In the
lower half of the second flight,
Rupp will play Hooberry. The lat latter,
ter, latter, strangely enough, has advanc advanced
ed advanced from the first round through 'to
the quarterfinal without having
played a match, having won from
both de Mena and Bowen by default.

LAS VEGAS, Nev.' (NEA)Ceell
Rhodes is 'a descenddant of the
man who discovered the Kimber Kimberly
ly Kimberly diamond fields..
But he now can he found mixed
up in the promotional end 'of a
Floyd PattersonBrian London fight
in Las Vegas on May 1.
Rhodes, a New Jersey busincss
man, never has proinoted a fight
before, which seems to include
him, part and parcel, in the
oft-quipped line of Joe E. lAWilo
who helped Rhodes get the con.
tacts here. ,
"We get abscdutely the finest
of everything in. Ilia Vegas," Joe
says. "Our shrimp are flown in
from New Orleans. Our lobsters
are flown in from Maine and
Or suckers are flown in from

ICTO

s, The Stud Penances classy Chi
lean filly Alpine yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon raced to a thrilling half,
length victory in the featured
$750 six furlong dash at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack
The lour-year-old,- bay- datighter
of Apolo;La Tirolesa sprinted the
three-quarters of a mile over the
relatively slow strip in 1:14. She
grabbed the lead seod after ( the
start lind staved off the persist persistent
ent persistent thallenges of strong-finisMog'
As You Like Her Roads Maria
would up a distant third. Ma Manuela
nuela Manuela Pedraza, Lobe and Sculp Sculptor
tor Sculptor were the other starters -in the
rm.( :
Alpine paid a juicy $6,60
win although she Went off a slight
mutuels choice. This wig about
par fork the day aa Creon's $19.60
m the -first nee was the day's
best win dividend.
Miss Brunette and Nairobi both
scored easy -eight length victo victories
ries victories in their respective divisions
of the' qualifying races ,for the A April
pril April 12 West Federation
Classic for two-year-olds.' SI s
Brunette turned the 'six,' furlongs
in, 1:16 1-5 while. Nairobi did it in
1:16 flat.
Oscar BraVo, who Aiebred with
Miss Brunette and ,Mossideq, and
, Gillermo Vilbrd, Who booted
gory Royal and Nebrises home
first, were the top ridere with
'two victories each.
The dividend:

I RST RACE
1 Creon $7.
2 Smart Catch. $2.40

Marlboro

CLASSIC LEAGUE
Teams W L
Marlboro 6312 4012
Seymour Agency 52 52
Carta Vieja 4712 5612
.Agewood 45 59
.
"Leading averagesaalcer 197,
Pepe Damian 192, Lane 192, Col Colbert
bert Colbert 191.
Marlboro 3 Seymour Agency 1
,
, With only One more week of
howling on.flap for the 1959
Leagtie -Stason';', the keg keglerscespecially
lerscespecially keglerscespecially for. Marlboro were
just playmg out the schoduleThe
Ilarlboros sewed up the title
last week, and the one point that
the Seymours picked up this
week assured them the runner.
UP SPOL
The performancea of the bowl
ers in this next to last session
was nothing to rave about, OnlY
Pepe Damian, fighting to 314
down second place in the aver averages.
ages. averages. increased his edge over
teammate MacLane. Both own
192 averages but Ditrilian has a
greater pintail.

Carta Vie la 3 Ageweed I
in the battle for third place,
the Carta Vieja gaibed the long
count of 3 to 1 over their team,
Agewood that they have, to beat
out. Tbe cellar championship
will not be decided until the fi final
nal final week. Agewood has to take
four points from the League
Champs. and Seymour will have
to take three or four points from
the Carta Vieja Rummies. But
Balcer of the Agewoods, Wrap Wrapped
ped Wrapped up, the title of being the best
bowler in the Classic League
with a 197 figure.

Lane 161 165 245 571
T. Damien 203 173 198 574
Eby 157 145 191 493
Schmidt 87 158 201 546
I Ihnmlan 186 212 203- 601

Totals 894 853 1938 2785
Seymour Arlocy

178 152 182 512
167 148 200 515
224 150 146 520
150 207 176 593
200 159 172 531

Best 178 152 182 512
Soto 167 148 200 515
Soysteis 224 150 146 52C
Karry 150 207 176 593
Kunkei 200 159 172 531
Totals 919 816 876 2611

Carta Viola
Veacio 174 145 171 490
Dubai 162 187 200 549
Burgoon 180 156 182 511
Rudy 199 189 177 565
Melanson 173 214 201 588

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Tails 888 891 931 2710

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- SECON RACE --- 1
1 -- Doh le FIJI' .40, $6
2 Mi Cautiva 4! '''' '''-'' ..,.
First Daublot $1112.40 4.4,,
s k THIRD RACE'
1 Marcelita- SO.601 Oa
2 Mohican WO -4 , ,
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FOURTH RACE
1 t- Silver Girl S3.60,:$3. ,' 1
2 ,-- Silver Sun $2.80 -',
' Quintals; $5Se 1
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FIFTH Li
1 Solito $646,
2 -, Notictoo $3.20

- !OHM RAC I
1 Nairobi 2140
2 Luzbel $4.60
Quintalall $13.40

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SIXTH' RACE
1 -- Miss Brunette, $1401 $2.60
2 Pops $4.20
SEVENTH RACE
1 Alpina SAO PAO
2 As You Like Her 4.40
Socond Double: ilk

- NJ NTH RACE
1 Moss ° 854 83.20
2 Marim an 83.
OneTwa: 813.
1 4- Argosy Royal 4.80, 82.40.
2 La Bris a $2.40
,
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Nebrisc a' 88.80,
2 King's Park 83.80
Ono-Twa; $37.80

First Prize;' ;
Second Prize
Third Prize

Agewood
.
Gleichman .180 176 130 486'
Graham 183 169 190. 542
Albritton 158 135 160 453
Fiatohich 172 179 146 497
,Balter 238 162 195 595

Totals- 931 821 821 259-3

itream''

fISM Ake SAPAI
a ANY 1,ANGLIAGIE,
BIJIA:BEMBA, Belgian :Congo
(MEAY:7- In Frencit,:, the'
language in these parts, they call
them perah.1
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The fish ire really overgrOwn
snuppers ranging-anywhere from
five to 90 pounds. In common with
snappers throughout the world
these African giante art smart
and toughi I'm certain( they never
saw popping plug untiVtodity,
however, because they fell all over
themselves trying to grab piss.
tic minnows.
It started early this mOrning be.
fore the sun got its. Ito( yip pa
the Congo. I trolled the mangrove
islands with the postmaster ot
Banana Point. I didn't know they
we were trolling along the brushy
banks, but M'steu LeGrande sup supplied
plied supplied plugs hig, enough, to catch
tuna.
My host had attempted to shuffle
our lures in and out of the
branches by trolling parallel to
them. I moved the boat about 10
yards from the band and cast 'close
to the branches with a popper.
It's the way we fish for tarpon
and snook at home.

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The water churned al the fish
turned back into the mangroves.
Even through I was using fairly
hesvy tackle there was no hold holding
ing holding these babies. M'aieu I,,eGrand
said the first one was about a
40-pounder. I set' my drag tigbter
and niade another test. Luckily
held the second snapper whieh
turned out to be a 20-pounder. I
don't 'know how many fish we
caught or lost after that, but
there was never a dull moment
We passed a fishing village in
the mangrove jungle and the na natives
tives natives gathered along the shore to
watch.
I don't know what they thought
of the two crazy B'wanas
the water under a noon-day sun.
but the post-master assured me
that we were setting something Of
a record for the Bas-Congo.

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OFFICIA1111ST, OF:THE-4 NATIONAL' LOTTERY'OF.- BEN
' PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAM4
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2091, APtil 5, 1959 :
The whole ticket has St pieces which comprises the two series "A', and "S'I

First Prize 2736
Second Prize 8745
Third Prize 7465

$ $ 2 $ $ $ $ $
Ns. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes -No. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes No, Prises No. Aims' No. ;irises
0034 154.00 1038 156.80 2934 156.00 3034 156.90 4036 156.110 1036 156.110 8036 156.111 1036 156.00 8038 156.08 9036 151.80
8130 126.00' 1136 151.00 21311 154.08 3138 154.40 4136 156.00 5136 1511.00 8136 15440 7134 156.09 8136 156.00 236 156.00
0236 156.00 1234 1511.06 2231 156.06 3236 154.011 4238 156.00 5236 156.00 8334 156.00 7234 156.00 8238 158.011 9238 150.110
8336 154.08 I Mil 156.00 2336 1M.10 3338 (156.01 4334, 156.04 5334 156.00 0336 158.00 7336 154.011 8331 158.116 9334',' 102.01
11431 154.00 1 1436 154.08 2436 1114.00 3434 156160 4431 156,110 5434 1511,N 4430 154.114 7436 154.68 8438 154.14 9438 154.00
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0636 154.011 1631 154.011 2836 154.00 3634 158.011 46311 156.08 5634 15640 6638 156.04 1634 154.011 1636 156.00 9011 154.41
1736 2,669.00 1734 2,6114.011 2734 52,000.011 3738 2,600.011i 4738 24601) 06 5734 2,806.00 6738 2.600.66 7738 2,600.011 8736 2,100.00 0136 2,626.22
0636 158.90 1 1136 156.00 2834 156.08 1 3836 158.00 4834 154.90 snns 154AI 4836 154.00 7838 164.00 2834 156.04 9834 156409
0330 1210' 1934 150.10 3036 154.1111 1 3838 154.110 4934 156.04 5938 156.00 4934 154.00 7936 15840 U34 15640 11111 151h811
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2725 220.01 27211 112LSO 27n 5211.16 2736 531110 5211.01 2139 520110 2721
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11737 130.22 2722 131.N 2741 ISOM STU 130.0

Gilberto Fere V.& 82-11507

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ciphers apply only to the First Prins.
The First Prize and the ind and fird Pri Zel are draSai renersielY Th en'
proximations are calculated on the First. Second end Third prizes. In case
a ticket shonld carry the numbers ot each prim the bolder is entitled to
claim payment tor each, 1

.DRAY11110 OF THE ,3, TRIKP

Sunday,' Apd1 5,' 1959
Drawing Number 793
. ,Fraction

' ly HARRY GRAYSON
ST, PETERSBURG,' Fla ..4NE A )
The trading of a pitcher like
Sam Jones to the Giants for Bill
White 'and Ray Jablonski best il illustrates
lustrates illustrates the plight of the Cards,a
The St, Louis club sacrificed
pitching, where ,has ,,no Jlepth,J,
Mr questionable power.' '
Sten Musial is a jrear'' older
and a ste slower and r the rich
flow of ta nt, Hopped way back 1
there when the late Sam Breadonl
peddled the franchise
But Solly litmus asked' feel. RI
and at' least has the 'backing of
the boat Bumping bad August 'A.,
Busch, Jr., et Allang Field in St,
Petershum a baseball 'writer ask
ed the brewer how his new Man
agerl we; working out.' ,1$
i'm tickled to death with ,him
and, don't forget that he was my
personal choice," Said the last of
the barons. ,
Baseball people were astonish astonished
ed astonished last September when it leaked
mit that Hemus, veteran utility
infielder with the Phillies, would
manage' the Red ,Bircia in
Making th,, move all the more
surprising was the healthy trend
which has major, league ',outfits
bringing up proven managers trom
the minors. Hemus had no expert
(dice. How' come?
Well, there is considerably more
to the story than the letter Remus
wrote Busch when Frank Lane
tra'ded him to the Phillies in 1956.
Solly told, Gussie how much he
had enjoyed his years with the
Cardinals,' expressed tile Wih that
some time in the future ,he, Again
would be identified with his club
Hemus confides. to intimates that
what he really had in mind was
the job in Houston, where he has
made his home since playing there
in 1947-48-49.
If Hemus wasn't the comeback
of 1958, then it' doesn't get hot at
Busit Stadium in August. A year
ago authis time at the Philadel.,
phia club's Clearwater. base, Sof Softy
ty Softy was worriedpensionlwise
about completing his eighth year
in the National League. He batted
just :185 in 70 games in 1957,
To the everlasting credit of a
player who had fewer tools than
anyone short of ,Eddie Stanky,

Approximations Derived From Arst Prize

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41145 2601111 5141 MOM Slat
lpkmemow,..0
11144 1361110 1147 ISOM 17411
11141 13,40 131111 ITU

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$1 I
1111.40 1415 111611 24U MN 1441 1511411 4445 134.40 11411 154.64 44U ISSAS S4U 156.04 S445 ISOM
7454 164.04 T4U 104.04 14440 It4.46 TUI 1114.1141 7444 114.04 7447 144.04 Tat 14440 7471 104.16, 7413 104.00
1457 104.94 74111 144.44 7441 144.49 74U IMO 7464 HOPS 7463 144.00 1474 14444 7472 144.44 7474 104.04
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Prise-winning Numbers of yesterdaY's tottery Drawing Wore told air The Isi4tkirigni, tad. 'Chiriqui anti 3rd. in Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ',ending in I' and not inci uded In.the above Hist win Fifty Two Dollars (02.00) each 4
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which compilses the two series "A" as H"

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Signed by: The Governor of the Pruvinee of Panasua ALBERTO ALEIVIAN
, The Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GVARDIA
WrrNESSES; Eeeundino Torres Vett 9-29-37
AS, A mon. dem N.,

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1111.00 $220.00
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2.00 40.60

' For the Secretary
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The prime will be paid lit aceerdonre with the Official list el Penes ha
the 'iottlenest the National Dettelirient Lottery attested en Centre! Avenue.
, PLAN OF r'ORDINANY DRAWINGNO. 209211,111CH, WILL
' TAKE "PLACE SUNDAT,m, APRIL 12, 195, ,
Divided im.two "'rim et 311 !mellows, each denominated "A" tee "I"

r PIRST t
, 1 First Prize, Sariaa A and 11, et 421,000:10
Second Prize, Seriea,A and S. of 1400,00
1 Third Prize, Series A and S, of 3,100.00
IS Approzhnetions, Series A and Sflot 200.00
Prize& Series A and et A, 1,100.00
VI 'rinse Berle A and at ,4' 71 00
WOO Prize Soria' 41.on4 of K 2100

Aprl'eximiltions. Der lei A lid st ',Lee laeh 11340-00
Maw. Sorts. A and et '130.00 smelt series ,1.1140.00
' THIRD PAIS I' t "'
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WITHOUT mscouNrs OR TAXES '',

Hemut wound up.the year as the
Phi Hies' regular Second baseman
batting .284 and managing the -,
Cardinals on their tour of Japan.,
Since he, broke ,in professiopo.,
Iv with Podatello,, Ida., of the
Pioneer League in 1946, Ileums
has been preparing for the job :
of Cardinal manager. As Carly as
1947, when he helped the Houston
club to the Texas League chem.
pionship and. tike Dixie SeHis title,'
Johnny Keane, who managed in
the Cardinal chain for 'years, pre.
dieted that.his inquisite second
baseman would some' day be a
big league m,anager,
4

The first thing Remus did on
taking over the Cardinab erse
make Keane one of his coaches,
Hemus never stopped ingulfaig.
While playing shortstop for the
Cardinals in 1951-52-53-54, he pep-
pered Pee Wee Reese of the Dodg-.
era and Marty Marion,. an thus--
trimis predecessor, about the in.
tricacies sof the position.,
Hemus compiled voluminous not-.
es on strategy siuring his 13 yea.r0,- 4' 4
as. a combtant, Not too well equip equipped
ped equipped physically' at 5-0 and 181 :
Pounds, Or too richly endowed ''' ;
with speed and baseball skill, SoN
ly had to take advantage of situ., 0.:
Cast in- the same mold,' Remus
took to Eddie, Stanky, like Willie
Mays to a fly ball. When Stanky
managed the Cardinals from 1952 4
into '55, the Houston front thee
kept trying to hustle Herons, the t
hustler so popular there, back te
the Texas League. 2?,11
"No, you 'can't belie Hemus,"I
reiterated Stanky. "Hell PUY
somewhere in the Cardinal infield
and when le isn't playing he'Rbe
seated next to me on the beneb
Stanky was a Busch fairodte and
1 through Muggsy the owner got to
lknow Solly well.. There was some
comment when Hemus was trad,
I ed, and when he returned to St.
Louis with; the Phillies he got a
bigger hand than most of the --,, .f,
'
home players.
Gussie Bush wanted manag manage,r
e,r manage,r who at least looked alive.
He got one in Solly Hernia,
who will get all the mileage there
is in the Cardinals out of them.

52,000.00
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each aeries 7.600,0e
each feriae 1.36o.on
each mica 23.400.00
each etetlea 14.04110a
each aeries i'441410000

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1 '' 4 ti-i' liiONG, India, April 6. (UP1)--The Dalai Lama, known to his-followers as the
, .... 4
; '''.' 'Trerious Colding '' rested today behind the high, fort-like walls of Towang's Eitgldbist
,
, Mbnastory, an official spokesman said; ,,
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, .44...There-was no official word On where he would go from here,- but it appeared 'lir
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, WOuldleave tomorrow cn a five-day mountai nous trek to Bomdi-La, headquarters of thi
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!, 'F.ameng district in India's northeast frontier agency.
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-
- emb.rtne official spokesman said P. D. Men on, former consul general, now secretary' of
.
'"' ttlit'lexternalaffairs ministry, woUld arri ve in Shillong tomorrow presumably to head
, -et: ,,
i --'' irhward to aid in the Dalai Lama's reception.
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' '' .: ft-was apeeulateu 'here that Me- crisis, premised there would be nists who were reported still be bei:
i: bei: ; '." itn, Bird Indian.central govern- "no undesirable, c?rbs" on the tling Khamba tribesmen 'in the
7 : ,', latent official to contact the young god-king..-", -- remote fastnesses of. Tibet.
! ',-,' god-king, would ,meet him at Nehru -ordered strict security The Dalai Lama was accom accom'
' accom' Umbal-IA to work out problems measures to protect the Dalai panied by his mother, 'younger
;' 's connected with the Dalai Lama's Lama after' his flight from the brother. two sisters and ,his per per,
, per,
Willa asylum Communist) overlords of his an- sonal staff of 75. t
' p.0-10,s MAI. to work out oroblems dent Himalayan kingdom. Nehru 1 Nehru, at his newt conference
serline" forbidden to newsmen. said the Dalai Lama would be made it plain he believed the
.
' '. in..New Delhi, Indian Premier free to assert his spiritual liader, Dalai Lama left the 1,000-room
' .- 31Wbarlal Nehru, admitting his ship but he hoped the Tibetan Potala Palace in his capital of
1 overnment was "embarrassed" god-king would steer clear of poll- Lhasa and fled of his own free
, Tibetan crisis promised tics- will. Nehru said he did not sup sup'
' sup' t tte would be I"no undesirable The Indian premier said agree- port the Chinese Communist
. grate
torbt". on the ,;od-king. ments by which Red China moved charge that the Dalai Lama was
s'N' 4nlian Prennir Jawharlal Neh- into 'ribet in 1951 had broken "pushed around by his own peo peoX,.
X,. peoX,. rim admitting his government was down and that "tikere is noauton- pie.' ..
' "Ombarrassed" by the Tibetan emy of Tibet today" under China.-
1 One thing certain, he said, is that Eke s rave
, q,,...---------d---- Tibet "is not Communist."
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hour; ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Illydrographie Branch of the An Indian government spokes spokesman
man spokesman described the 25-year-old Da DaItti
Itti DaItti Lama as being "fit and heal healthy"
thy" healthy" on his arrival to Towang,
another Assam town on India's
northeastern border with Tibet and
the protectorate of Bhutan.
Dance in Streets
At Towang monastery, to" e big- Ban For Americans
,
Flying To Caucasus
MOSCOW, April 4 TUPI) The
I. Panapiti Canal Company. Soviet Union lifted its travel ban
gest Buddhist monastery in India,
t' .....,,,,. enough to Jet two American offi offi'
' offi' t t.!' Balboa Cristobal Buddhist monks thronged around
the man whom devout Tibetans cies fly to the Caucasus today.
k ThPr was ei word on whether
, TEMPERATURE: and many Indians believe to be a the lifting of the biln was gener gener-
- gener- Iligh, 96 83 reincarnafion of the divine Budd Budd'
' Budd' LOw 75 79 ha. al.
, Residents of Towang danced in Earlier this week the Soviets
barred travel b foreigners
' ;'',,. RUMIDITY the streets and lit candles for the
' nigh
i 87 8g safe deliverance of the Dalai through most of the country. It
Amy 37 68 Lama from the Chinese Commu. wss believed the move coincided
, with a big military maneuver.
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lowa Farmers Vote
On Negro Family
e
3taying At Motel

DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)--If
you drove up to a motel and no noticed
ticed noticed that. a Negro family was
signing up for a room, what
would you do?
Eighty per cent of the Iowa
farmers asked that question in a
farm magazine poll said the
would stay at the motel as
planned. Thirteeii per cent said
they weren't certain what they
would. do, 6 per cent said they
would drive on and one per cent
said they would stay at the motel
but tell the manager he was like likely
ly likely to lose business.
Wallace's l'armer and Iowa
Homestead magizine reported on
that poll today.
"Iowa farmers don't see many
Negroes, except when they go to
Des Moines. Sioux City, or other
of the larger towns in the state,"
the magazine said. "But, like ev everybody
erybody everybody else, farm people are dis discussing
cussing discussing segregation.
The magazine said its poll
showed that younger farm people
were. "more apt to show dislike
for segregation than older people."

APPOINTS MINISTER
CAIRO (UPI) UAR President
Gamal Abdel Nasser has ap appointed
pointed appointed Syrian Region Interior
Minister Abdel Hamid Serraj as
minister of WAXY'S (Mosier charities).

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MOSCOW, April 4 TUB') The
Soviet Union lifted its travel ban
enough to let two American offi officials
cials officials fly the Caucasus today.
ThPr was ei word on whether
the lifting of the bp was gener general.
al. general. Earlier this week the Soviets
barred travel b foreigners
through most of the country. It
was believed the move coincided
with a' big military maneuver.
1,Juite,1 cgte- retaliated nY
placing a similar ban on travel
el Russians within the United
States.
Today, tw U.S. Embassy sec secretaries.
retaries. secretaries. Robert Owen and Rich Richard
ard Richard Armstrong, left by plane for
Baku and other points in the
Caucasus.
The fact they were allowed to
go indicated at least part of the
ban had been lifted, although
thpre wasf no official confirmaT
tion.

Rainbow City. 1
Santa Cruz Units
Meet Far Defense
A meeting of the Rainbow
City and Santa Cruz Civil De Defense
fense Defense Volunteer Corps will be
held on April 8 and 9 respec respectively.
tively. respectively. The Rainbov,r City meeting
will be held at the School at
6:30 p.m., and Santa Cruz meet meeting
ing meeting at the' Service Center at 8
p.m.
First aid graduation Will be
held at the Rainbow City meet meeting
ing meeting and plans to be :nade for
the Safety Field Day April 25.
Safety films will be shown. at
the Santa Cruz meeting along
with plans being made for Safe Safety
ty Safety Field Day.
All members of the Civil De Defense
fense Defense Volunteer Corps have been
asked to attend the meetings
and the general public is invit

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SOMETHNO -TO ,THINK,ABOLIT.-Mis Doris 171de-eyed after she Wag brushed
by death in the form of a steel pipe. Her car skiddedt on ice in Denver, Colo.. and rammed
a steel mesh fence. Me supporting poie At the top orthe fence came through the windshield
and hit the rear whidowt, knocking, one of Miss Permits earrings oil as it pissed b34 She wag- :
flustered. k-f unhurt...,

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Tourtsts' Crowd Washington
As Japanese Cherries Bloom

,
WASHINGTON, April 6 (UPD ors are expected to spend-more
The nation's capital is. under than $300 million. z
Siege today by tens of thou- Delightful ;weather brought
sands of invading tourists. Out an' estimated 125.000 6ight 6ightTheir
Their 6ightTheir target the famous seers yesterday and crea;ed a
soft and lovely cherry blossoms. giganti traffic jam around- the
Their mission see, 'em, trees.
sniff 'm, snap 'ern. The annual Cherry Blossom
Small families, young single Festival opens tomorrow with
folks and entire high school its round of pageants,, parades
classes jammed the parks a- and pretty princesses.
round the tidal basin near the The Weather Bureau prom promJefferson
Jefferson promJefferson Memorial and along ises "no prolonged bad weather"
the Potomac River where the for the rest of the gala week.
delicate pink and white petals Alciko Asakai, daughter of
are in full bloom. The mob was Japanese Ambassador Koichiro
swelled by Washington sal- Asakal, will open the sbc-clay
dents. celebration by lighting a 300-
' Hotel and motel rooms are year-Old stone lantern which
scarce. Ice cream, soft drink Japan gave to the city five years
and pep cern vendors are do- ago.
ing a land-office business.
Movie and snap shot film
Solon Sas tiedical
selling like mad.
The Convention and Visitors
Bureau expects the number
visitors this:April, always the
cs' Services 1,acking.
city's biggest-tpurist month, to , 6
top last year's--1,037,341. The
horde v,rill hit, 7,000,000 before In Paris Of Alaska
falling off in the hot, hunlid
mid-summer months. The visit- NEW' YORK, April 6(UPO,---
, Sen. Ernest Gruening (D-Maska)
,
OneUS axpayer
t said yesterday that medical ser services
vices services are almost totally lacking in
In 4 Hasn't,Filed- large areas of the. 49th state and
"Many of their people live and
His-Tax Return die witheut benefit of therap."
By "a'curious reverse of racial
discrimination; which we are try-,
WASHINGTON, April 13(11PI)-- ing to rectify", he said public
With the deadline only 10 days a- health service hospitals in Alaska
way, one taxpayer in four has yet will treat ,only Indians,. Eskitnos
to file his iincome tax return for or Aleuts.
last year. Only 118 physicians are pre preA
A preA check with the Internal Reve- sently licensed to practice in the
nue service shows that only about state, Gruening said.
45 million of the nearly 61 MintOn Gruening, a physician -turned
individual tax returns expected for jburnalist turned. politician. spoke
1958 have been received by tax of- at ceremonies dedicating tiltree
flees throughout the country.. buildings of the Albert. Einstein
Judging from past years, offi- College of Medieineof Yeshivas U.
eials said, 90 per cent of the re- niv-ersity,in the Bronx.
turns still unfiled are those of peo- Gruening $aid Alaska had an
ple who owe taxes to Uncle Sam abnormally high rate of eye, ear,
and are waiting until the last min- nose and throat infections and
ute to pay. Most of those entitled to their complications, that tubercu tubercua
a tubercua refund file early. losis, on the decrease, "is still a
The deadline for filing tax re- great aid smouldering danger"
turns is midnight April 15. and infant mortality is high.-

' J., 't 9'.,9 ,,, 99 ' '.
THE BLOOMERS AND THE HELLS rang the bells yesterday as they and their parents listened to the '4 mignalm;nie sound 9
demonstration at the American Legion Club. Shown with the Bloomers and Bells are the, Magnavox' Stereophonic.. systems
,which will be won by game lucky person at the American Legi On Ball .to be give in honor of the armed forces on Thursday,,'
May 9 at .the Legion Club, Ft, Amador. Other door prizes and surprises are in store for those who attend the gala 40th Anni Anniversary
versary Anniversary celebration. Left to right' are Evelyn Bloomer, Freddie, Anita and Ralph and Kenneth Bell, Janet Bloomer and Michael
Bell.

Air Force Launches

TWO Hew Missiles

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CAFE 'CANAVERAL, Fla., A April
pril April ,4 (UPI) --The Air Force's
nestest ICBM, the Titan,i made
its third straight successful flight
yesterday during an action-packed
seven hours at the Atlantic
missile range. 'I
In other displays of missile
might and plans, a swift B-471et
bomber fired a test version of atil
air-launched ballistic missile
(ALBM) and the AJIR Force as assisted
sisted assisted the Army in launching an another
other another intermediate range4upiter.
Both veteran ,missile men and
mateui' birdwatchers lin nearby
beaches were impressed with the
Titan hem. il)nit a little pore
than thrfte yeprs off the drawing
hoard, the bullet ,shaped -Titan
scored what its makers called a
"perfect success" to match its
two previous performances.
It was a, big day fa the Mat Mattin
tin Mattin Co., which made-both the Ti Titan
tan Titan and the secret, ALBM test
rocket.,,' r
Althotigh it was not. is' sPecta sPectacider
cider sPectacider or as large as the Titan,
olint1Pr. two-stsgp test rock rocket's
et's rocket's flight wasregarded as an
important step in, the Air Force's
project to develop and ALBA!. ,,

Air Force-Plans
I
Launcher To Hurl
Jet Planes Skrvard
WASHINGTON, April e
The Air Force plans tolmild and
test a bomb-resistant, missile-type
launcher which would hurl its F F100
100 F100 fighter planes into the air
without a runway,. the publication
WashingtOn Science Trends said
today. , ), ,
The publication mild the catapult-like
Mechanisms could launch
fighters within seconds after an
alert. It: Said they would be used
by theiactical -air- command ;at
overseas positions.' The planes, it
said, would be equipped with jato
(jets-assisted takeoff) boosters.

-1101,i,YWOOD.-April (ITPI) Tonight 91 Osear iifght
thne dor, crowning movieland's king and queen for 1958 -- but
regardless of tha WinnerS, Ingrid Bergman, sahig part in the kh,,,
will be the eenter of attention. ,. :77,7
, The statuesque Swede is makini ber first public appearance hi
Hollywood since departing 10 years ago for her explosive romance
with Italian director Roberto Rossellini in Stromboli. --
Miss Bergman will make the 'final, and most important-pro
sentation of the evening, k the award for best picture of,-195116

'- The 31.seAnnuatAcademy Aware 1
'hoopla will be telecast throughoui
the country, iffording viewers the
opSortunity of seeing more than
100 movie stars, togged in' their
flossiest finery, Ik
Opinion is that -Mgt," it musical
about a charming French scantP,
will carry off best picture, honora.
In the running are three dramas,
"Cat On a Hot 'rin Root"- "The
Defiant Ones," "Separate Tables,"
and a ,comedy "Auntie Mame!'
- Susan Hayward -Is favored to,
win bee-first golden statuette' in
, five Wits for her role in 11 Want
Tit LIve."
Other nominees are .7Deboran
Kerr (Separate Tables),' Shirley
MacLaine (Some Came Running),
Rosalind Russell (Auntie Mame.
Elizabeth' ,Taylor (Cat On a Hot
Tin Roof).
The-scales are tipped in favor of
DaVid NiVen (Separate Tables) 'tor
best actor, but competition,' will willcome
come willcome from Tony Curtis and Sidney
Poitier (The Defiant Ones), Paul
Newman (Cat On Hot Tin Roof)
end Spencer Tracy (The Old Man
and the. Sea). '
Favorite best supporting meter
is Burl Ives (The, Big CountrOr
followed by Theodore BIWA (The
Defiant Ones), tee J. Cobb (The
Brothers Karamazov), Arthur'
Kennedy tSeme Cams Runninglp
Gig Young (Teacher's Pet). t
Pollsters' tabbed Wendy Hiller
(Separate Tables) as frontrutmet

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PARIS, April
from the nationwide ballot cast
by French ,town councils yester yesterday
day yesterday indicated today. that France
probably get a nevt,, left;nf left;nfcenter
center left;nfcenter senate... d
t France's 38,000 municipal coun councils
cils councils met yesterday to pick the
110,000 grand electors who
vote April 26 to chooe new
upper house.. The 307-matt ', Se-,
nate will edmplets the parliattiett parliattietttary
tary parliattietttary structure of President Char Charles
les Charles de Gaulle's fifthrepublic.. :"
'Early results confirrned predii prediitions
tions prediitions that the electoral college
would take a ,mild swing to the
left. The trend watt 'expected to
benefit left-of-center parties like
the Socialists, ,,antl, the Radicals,
but not the Coomtmists,, who
were expected to get-740.., seats in
the new Senate.
,
It was expected to produce a
SenFe to the left of the French
Na nal Assembly' for: the first
ti e in history.,,,
The present aisembly! the par parliament's
liament's parliament's lower house, ist dominat dominated
ed dominated by a rightwing mijority., It,
was swept into office by, general
election last fall in a massive vic victory,
tory, victory, for Conservatives who pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed their devotion to De
Gaulle.

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for best supprting ectreis.. 'alert 4
n the race. are Peggy Cass (Auntie
Mame), Martha Hyer (Some Came
,Running), tMaureen,Staple ton
(Lonelyhearts) and Cara :
(The'Defiant Ones): ,
"Gigi"stands the best chanct Of
coming away with best song bon.
ors; Competing are "Almost In
Your Arms' (Houseboat); "A'Cer.
tain Smile" (A Certain Smile)t
"Tof Love 'and,13e Loved"' (Some- 4
Came Running), "A Nety Precious
Love"' (Marjorie Mornmgstar).,-,
, Vincent Mine!!! Is a good bet to
win directorial honors. for his
work in "Giglit Directors'also,
contending aro Richard Brooks
(Cot On a Hot Tin Root), Shim
1. ley 'Kra mer I The Defiant, Ones),
Robert Witell Want To Live),
Mark Robson (The Inn, of She
Sixthilappiness),'

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Oscar' ifght, st
or 1958 -- but n '..1.
u't in tho show, --
.1 appearance In- 4
dosive romanco
Son. ' -- '-' '''
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t-'it'ire. ''Oill-4----
a sa. ert
ggy Cass (Auntie --,
rer (Some CIIII. :
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a best ehance et i
i best song boo. ..,
re "Mmost In ,,,,
seboat); "A'Cor. v'';,
Certain Smile),
t- Lovedit (Some- 4 )
1
ANaty Precious
ttornmgstar).,, .. E:
Is a good hot to
'molars for '- his i
Diroctors''aiso,
!ichard Brooks
'in Roof), Stink
Defiant. Ones), t
Want To Live), -.'
ha inn, of tho '

, Hollywood since departmg le years ago for her'explosive romance ,..
, , with Itallan,direetor Roberto Bosse Hint in Stromboli. -- -' ,,''
',
,, Miss Bergman will make the 'final, and most important,-pro ,,
,,
Martha Hyer (Some Came
,,,,', 0, , sentation of the evenint.- the sward for best picture of,-19511,
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Maureen ti t a p I e ton ,,,,,-'
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' f', -! le '1;.t :.. '-' Ile' 31seAtmeatAcademy Aware, -for best supporthat actreas.'''Othert 4
are "Mmost In s',..
, t 'hoopla will be telecast throughom n the race are Peggy Cass (Auntie ,
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the country, iffording viewerS the Mame),
, it
' opSortunity of seeing more thay Running),
N ..,k,s,,
100 movie stare, togged in',thelir (Lonelybearts) and ears Wiliii1171 : )
lb . ..--
. flossiest finery, ..-,- ,..-- .- (ThoDefiant Ones): ,' .,...
.
ors. Competing
"Gigi"stancis the best ebanct Of ',ii,
,
', about a charming French scarire, coming away with best song hon.
, - Opinion is thalnigi," a musical
''''''' - -2,. ,-- .., win carry off best picture. bonen'.
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''''''''''' '-' 2- In the rmning are three dramas, Your Arms"- (Houseboat); "A' Cer. '''' ,,',.'",,,
, ,, : '"------,,---',-,-,,, ,., "Cat On a Hot Tin Itoof,'"rh! tain Smile" (A : Certain Smile),
''''''''''''''''''''''''' Defiant Ones," 4'Separate Tables,, "To' Love and,'He Loved"' (Some- s4 )
t
and a,comedy "Auntie Maine." Came Running), akVery Precious '
' Susan Hayward Is Over
NI to
. Love! (Marjorie Ilfornmgstar)., 2
SOMETHilgo -To ,THINICBOLIrit.-Misa Doris Parni-is wide-eyed after she Will brinhe wilt her,'first golden siotrotho u! Vincent Mine!!! is a good bouts :
by death in the form et a steel pipe. Her car skiddeciton ice in Denver, Colo., and rammed five triis 'for her role in I fain win directorial honors for his
a steel mesh fence. The supporting pole At the top orthe fence came through the windshield ,, f TO Live." :, 4. work in siGiglit Directors''Olso
end hit the rear window, Mucking, one of,Miss Emits earrings off as it passed hs, Sh
-,-- ,--e Walk, ,; Other 'nominees ore .:PeTr.11" contending are Richard Brooks
flustered. k-f. unhurt ,.. ....i,oz.o.,,,,,-.1-.. , .'- 1,..' -:', Kerr (Separate Tables), SbFleY (Cat On a Hot Tin Roof), Stem
, ,-
' ' ; MacLaine (Some Came Runnmg), ley Kra mer I The Defiant, Ones), t
, Rosalind Russell (Auntie Mame). -.Robert Wise -(1 Want To Live),
,
Hot'
' C d 14 i Elizabeth' ,Taylor (Cat On, a
. es Mark Robson (The Inn, of the '
Tin Roof ..- Sixthila hums ' -
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Tourists row ash Fo
ington, Air rce touncn
, , The-scales are tipped in favor
,
'' ' I' 11 David Niven (Separate k t,
Tlibles) or , .,,
TWO Hew I
. issiles - beat actor, but competition,' will- ,, , , , ,
As Japanese Cherries Bloom .. come from TonySeTtili and. Siltrt nirrelotroorlonandilmr

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'' Miura onding 8 a. m. today is
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At Towang monastery, the big- Hying lo. LdULd111)
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MOSCOW, April 4 MN) The The nation's capital IS under than :2300 million. z-, pril ,4 (UPI) tThe Air ;Foree's -oe .,-:, -:
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So let Union lifted its travel ban elege today by tens of thou- Delightful 4weather brought nestrest .IC3M, the Titan,f .,made . i
pt? Panama Canal Company: gest Buddhist monastery in India,
d envough to ,let two American offi- sands of invading tourists. aut an' eStimated 125.000 sight- its third straight successful' flight sonow.d by Theodore, BIWA (The' :','.., ,,- .. ,, ; v -- .. 4(
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eels fly to the Caucasus today. Their target the famous seers yesterday and crea;ed a yesterday during an action-pack- is Burl Ives (The, Big Country),, ,,, t N, ., ,. : ,. ,,
. , f.e,, the man whom devout Tibetans There was ,,,i word on whether soft and lovely cherry blossoms. gigantle traffic jam around-the ed. seven hours at the Atlantic Atlantic-
- Atlantic- missile range. i
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al. sniff 'm, snap 'ern. The annual Cherry Blossom ,,,In 'other displays' of MiSille KIID.roofnitnahelledtrys;n :Kosani) ;fie mc aa Le vs )1t, u nAni-ti nliguur :,, 'it,,,...Ht ,7111.4:.' 1:: "Is'''. .,
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Earlier this week the Soviets small families, young single Festival opens tomorrow with. might and plans, a swift 13-471et Pollsteretabbed' Wendy' -71111er ., ,,, .-....-,L t' 'e.
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barred travel b foreigners folks and entire high school its round of pageants, parades bomber fired a test version of an i
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throu h t f th try It 1 ed the parks a- and pretty princesses. air-launched ballistic m i s s 1 I e
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87 8 safe deliverance of the Dalai . ,
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ided t tid i ba i th The Weather Bureau prom- (ALBM) and the AJIR Force. as- : 1. itmagt.
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with a big military maneuver. Jefferson Memorial and along ises "no prolonged bad weather" sisted the Army in launching an- (Separate Tables) as frontrunner
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0. Iowa Farmers Vote rpjacing a similar ban On travel delicate pink and white petals Akiko Asakai, daughter .. of Both veteranr,missile,, men, and -;.,,,,,- ,-
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Russians within the United are in full bloom. The mob iniateuilgrilwatchers-en nearby S,
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., Staying At Motel ard Armstrong, left by 'plane for scarce. Ice cream, soft drink Ja ee,...,.; the bullet -shaped-Titan .
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, DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)If Caucasus. ing a land-office business. "perfect success" to match its A. Ili -,(T.IPI)Bettirns 1 ,, ..,
two previous performances.
Galin Lake ....,..... 8388 you drove up to a motel and no- Movie and snap shot film
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Madden Dam 22848 ticed that. a Negro family was The fact they were allowed to selling like mad. It was a, big, day fa the Mat- ter- 1- i ; -':
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a there was, no effieial conlir ,:
, visitors this April, always the 9., Althotigh, it was net as npecta- fr
Services 1,ackin rocket.,,- ..."-, . -' PrOat'IY 'Y'l gf .-, ,': .,: ''i ;TWICE , :.
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1 .:.' t, ' farmers asked that questin in Ulm- - eity's biggest-tnurist month, to ,- ,,: ,, ,, el al eon- 14;Qt,-i'' TO -CATCH ''-''-'''-
' TUESDAY, APRIL 7' farm magazine poll said the Cuter or as large as the Titan,
38'M mum' Pi It -'. the ,t,,,,,', '.'
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Rainbow City, horde vrill hit, 7,000,000 before n ars, as a et's rflfght was-regarded as an 1.10,000 ,, grand electors who will ...
' ,, .- ,. HIGH planned. Thirteen per cent said 1 4, falling off in the hot, hunlid ote April 26 to chooe the ,new : : .,..,,:.. ,,,.
irnPortant step in, the 'Air Force's 1' :1,1 The, 3074.eata,,,; se, .,-, ..-. .s, ... ,
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NEW' YORK, April 6(UPI) ,, project to. develop and,, ALBA!. ,,,- upper- ouse.. a :. t N r,'-"' -:
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Wallace's l'armer and Iowa City and Santa Cruz Civil De
Homestead magazine reported on fense Volunteer Corps will be
that poll today.
' "Iowa farmers don't see many tively.
held on April 8 and. 9 respec- 11 , gen. Ernest Gruening (D-Maska)
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said yesterday that medical ser services
vices services are almost totally lacking in
1,i,Irge areas of the. 49th state and
many of- their people INe and F nate will cemplete- the paril men' ( ,.)s I ', .: ,': ,. ...-- :, . -.
.ns tary structure of President Char- .1,,,
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die withgut- benefit of therapk." 1 a""
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benefit left-of-center parties like -, :...... 1 if -Iju
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discrimination; which we are tr-, th Soe lista a d the Radicals LE ,
ectify", he said public WASHINGTON,' pril 8 arrq)
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but not the Ceintoimists,. who .i ': .s. ET igt, 1
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.. 'ft Des Moines. Sioux City or other will be held at the School at vv n
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a iv i o t e larger towns in the state, 6: 0 p.m., an an a ruz mee .,
it the deadline only 10 days a- health service hospitals in Alaska The Air Force plans to,,huild and
way one taxpayer in four has yet will treat ,only Indians,. Eskitnos test a bomb-resistant,' missile-type were ex ted to get-740., seats iti A . s4
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. , erybody else, farm people are dis- p.m. last year. - Only 118 physicians are ,, pre- -100 fighter planes into the 'air It ,was expected to produce a , : ..pER ,,.., ,,, ..., :
1 ; cussing segregation.' A check with the Internal Reve- sently licensed to Practice in the without a- runway,. the publication Se ate to the left of the French I N '. FECT,.,,,
,, ',LAST DAY! .75 40 The magazine said its poll First ald graduation will lie nue service shows that only about state Gruening said. ... Washington Science 'Trends said Na nal Assembly' for, the first ', -;,- ; 4
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42:00, 4:45, 6:50, 9:00 p.m. showed th'at younger farm people held at the Rainbow City meet- 45 million of the nearly 61 minion .. Gruening, a physician' turned todaY- ' l., .; , ,,,,, :: ti a ati
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,,, 0:1433 CAST OF THE YEAR IN for seizrezation than older neo- the Safety Field Day Antil 25. 1958 have been. received by tax of- at ceremonies dediestind imp., nult-like Mechanisms could-launch llainent's lower house. is dominat- I
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erybody else, farm people are dis- p.m. Ian year. pre. 100 fighter planes into the air It ,was expected to produce a
I cussing segregation. A check with the Internal Beve- sently licensed to practice in the without a runway,. the publication Se ate to the left of the French v
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The magazine said its poll First aid graduation irill be nue service shows that only about state, Gruening said. WashingtOn Science Trends said Na nal Assembly' fort the first t,
i2:00, 4:45, 6:90. 9:00 p.m. showed that younger farm people held at the Rainbow City meet- 45 million of the nearlY 81 million Gruening, a physician tuned today. ),
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were "more apt to show dislike ing and Plans to be made for individual tax returns expected for jburnalist turned. politician spoke The publication said the cata- The present aisembly! the par.
0:1,D3 CAST OF THE YEAR IN for segregation than older peo- the Safety Field Day April 25. 1958 have been received by tax of- at ceremonies dedicating Ithree pult-like Mechanisms could launch liament's lower house, is dominat- AP"-,
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Safety films will be shown. at flees throughout the ebuntry, buildings of the Albert. Einstein fighters within seconds after an ed by a rightwing maiorit3,
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"koss ukcARETS the Santa Cruz meeting along Judging from past years, offi-College of Medieinrof Yeshivas IJ alert. It Said they would be used was swept into office by general
ultupL,e' ,...,,--,-'"-,--1 APPOINTS MINISTER with plans being made for Safe- eials said 90 per cent of the re- niversity in the Bronx. by thelactical sir command ;at election last fall in a massive Ade- 1
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(jets-assisted,.takeofi,), boosters.- .' G, aulle. , .,..-tri,.-:...:,:-- ..,Iii.:e-:
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Abdel Nasser has ap- All members of the Civil De- and are waiting until the last min- n0Sp and :throat infections and
1 '!'.. .t.: ,' ... '' 13C1fil 1 1 oGoainmt:di Syrian Region Interior- fense Volunteer Corps,have been ute to pay. Most of those entitled to their complications, that tubercu- ' ., , 'N , i,:..:.:.:,,.
, ., ',.' '' Minister Abdel Hamid Serraj as asked to attend the meetings a refund file' early. 't lorsiasi akin dthesmdeocuriedaesei, g" ,, .,
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