The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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...,;--- ,--',-,"Although -present in spirit only, a Miloh sow stole the libel',
.,' lut night as more:than audible complaints:over milk deliveries
.,. ..
:,- ..- wers aired at the Pacific Civic Council meeting in the Administra Administrae:.
e:. Administrae:. ::, thin Building' board roomy:: :, :' ,- :'r ,..-:', ;:'' -s.: '7, l ''.. .. : L'' .i :,
l'.. l':". '1,;' :., The council. also discussed formitici of it' perninent Junior
r ': 'Civic Council. i, ,.: -..., .: ,.,....! ,;: ". e -r, ;:. 4 ,,,:::s:.-,:., ,:- ::: i, AK. '.,
,-: i- '71'ho meeting was attended by representative of both the Boys' I
Ai's'. State and'-Girls'Stato which recently held -Canal Zone eonclaves1
; ,' to Study -government operation- nd civic affairs berth', : "1".' "4
. Milk delivery bornplaints arose ,,, ems...licks regard g eommu-. :
In
',,j : from recent ; Commissary) DWI- 'pity 'grievances.':,; ,i,t:.-,1,: -,-. : -.17:.
,,. .: SiOn decision to ',cut down on !:-Hoe Also, poliite -, ottt that the
.,: ':,,, the :frequency of,. deliveries to junior-, COuncil 'Would. not ,-", be
.7, ,, Los Rios'', Diablo ,' and I, Albrook under 'the sponsorship: ,of trie
.' ,: APB. '. t; --,,, 7E.. ; ';' ,. ,,; '3, ,., ,, ,SCIWOISA ', '':;-: ,..,'., ''' ' :
;::: N The change wal Mean', that ,i ,,,--, ...' .4.,,.- ...:,; 7,-:::..... :7
, householders -receive milk deliv- ,. vhei cOuncil also, beard a re rel.
l. rel. -,,,,, ries every other ,,,clay ,, rather. port on last week's well-attend.w:
- than daily- as, in, tb,e past,,, ed, Diablo Tent:. Meeting,' and
' ',., ,,. Discusion,.. brought to, light reports on a 'Proposal for 'new
y s:-:.z"the case of : a' populoits house- 47ailer-boat: storagerlacilities.. :
.. hold ,,,at i- Albrook:,,,, where ',the sr ,- ' : -' ,, .i .i:
: .i: The boai stora'ge faculties
'' standing,daily order is foi 14
woult.' be built ':. in the area
!i: yquarts of: milk; 'Under' the new behind ;the:Little- League ball
i:, ::: delivery ,,....systeni.4,4,he family
i would be' getting; 28 quar,ts at Perky' and 'fent. ter under $10
per unit '.... : ::,,. ,'
,;..; each 'delivery f ,, .,, ,,,
..'. .. ', 'One '. Connefl7inember" -wryly : -
In addition' tn Roe4other of".
, suggested: the Commissary: DM DM':
': DM': sion proVde the. AlbrOok- family ticers' uijandinft Were ':' Roger' C.
Hackett, first vice president; W.
...a, with a special retrigerator to
I" etOrk thk millt between deliver- H; 2sslinger' "'mid vice Preel Preel,
, Preel, 4.k. .. , . ., ,, dent,- and, Mrs.,,w.: It T.01:frill.

34th NEAR,

t Wag -- proposed
;'' deliveries to the 4- particular.,
family,' be disPensed with and ;
towc be'- previded;-! complete
lvithAfiliking 'equipment',
The Cominissary pivision has
MadeAlo coinznent on the pm.'
.-posali, :1;:f, :-
-PreSident Roe, said'
the COUrKil received' the idea .Ot
a junior division with entlInd
and'- 4greed to sponor
the 'project -4,
youngsters' iviT eleCt a
cOunciL consiSting 'of two, merip!.
bars front, 7tach :,- of- ,the Pacific
,r,'side''-'communitieSe.tO -meet, .sep
arateIy! as Wel as. with the -:joiPt

Xxcavation nti underwai, a along
long along downtowq,,,,Central Avenue, is
for the 'purpose of installing a
series of live underground elec electrical
trical electrical transformers, e',spokesman
for the Fuerze y said today
The $75,000 project, is nearing
sompletien.:
, The transfrifinerii 'are," Of.the ari
called l'subway" type and
the firstof their kind be
stalled in ',11snimc-,7
Such transformers 'are In com common
mon common use among utility icoMpanies
in communities of this size m Ant,
United States.';-- They' make for'
more efficient distribution
lectrical power. );f,
The transformers:will: be' lcat,'
ed under ,Central Avenue at
points where it is intersected ;by
15th, 22nd, X and 11.1. Street&

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Two civilian employes tbe
- specialized services division,' IL
S. Army Caribbean' Quartermast,
er office, were honored ,at h cere ceretrion
trion ceretrion hi the office nip, division
chief, Cap Merles., 'E. -t
' 7;
'Mrs. Alicia.; denther,' a 'clerk:
typist, was presented with a check
for SUS for en adopted suggestion
which is expected to save $3500
yearly n Quaternaster supply
costs. 0 ,,
; Lawrence Jardine, stock centre!
1; clerk who: makes his 'home- in
: Rio, Abato Nis receive& recogni recogni'
' recogni' tion as ,Williams presented him
with a certificate signifying tom tom',
', tom', pletion of a work, simplifleaton
- training course.

, ,
In addition to Roe, other of,.
ficert' attending ivere Roger' C.
Hackett, first vice president; W.
H. Zsslinger, second, vice president-and
Mrs. -Wa. E. LeBrunt
secretar4reasurer,
Council k members in, attend attendance
ance attendance represented all Pacific side
communities.

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1.. Meet a AVOIIINGTOolVs: April 9 -(uri)-,:
twq mem!' milavy' authorities said today
be Pacific- that ,i,shOre-:Ahan .735'7 combat
meet sep., .:11104 ggropeat :.toontries from
t be equip,1

- 4.--- -enn-yea-, LO: JIMMY:. WI 11. :. De equip,
eouneihneetings of, theiveiders. i)E41 with ij,$.'.missiles by the end
-;-0'1PreseelahlY'' theY will -have. of December.. .i ,. -,, .,,
,4 an opportunity to get In their Included in the'; half ::doten :4er:
t , . ,,, d- : niore,,missile 'types, 'ate ',,: irqckels,
'1. a ::' .. ,- '-'. if '4::;: ,,,,,,,-, J-...L''' ;;; ''''' ;:-,., Nike 2- initi-aireraft..,:71veapthitzandf
171,111'" A"1::""1.-"71:' ballisOn: missile00-., '''''-fT,,,. kIrr'!'"':'.
" 7. illm's! Ill 11'1,6'1 ''',.,: ;. In a 'plated dvelopment,;7'the
' .!,, ', j ,!.. ",,:-. ,,k: 1-: ,-: Defense Delpartment ;disclosed
'Transfermers;Being : yesterda., it has Anytted:t:bidr fur
construetion of three more Polaris
''. 'l ''''. ill ii':it.':-.::'.;---
Ins a e y y ,,,,.. r
missile firing' submarines:' Lbrsingh,
ng to, mneetbe Dumber or:, uc
,, , ., , :, submarines, definitely- planned. ..
' '. '' '''. '-1,' -; ':'-, '' ,, ''':.t '':' Sis'others. ilready have been' or or,Estavition
,Estavition or,Estavition no underwa: a- dered. '., ,:,;::- -", :.,, ,-- 1: ..! 1
long downtown.Central Avenue, is ,, The ,ingsile:arma J. European
inr ftui vilivymIA "I, ;m4.11;.k.. .

,
ed under Centrat Avenue at V AVIA
' points wherli it is Intersected :by I um, SPCA -,-
' 15th, 22ncl, ,,IC and M Streetk .. ,,,,.. I, :'
,
i ' "- s -'" llorses," doga and cats' will 1)e
-00 display at Balboa Staelium 5',IaY
, 8 orbit the,"firsts pet shotv- or- the
.'; SIX US ItilitShIPS ''' '''.
..-. "-"' i 1 -, ,S; ' Canat Zone Society for ,the '' Pre Pre-
- Pre- '' '''''''' ' : '' ''' Venti of Cruelty to' Animals.'
Th 'horse,:show w u e
TA Ithvadly'Zone; ' 111 idel d 'S
" ,, to 0
,,, - jumpers clitsii, a riding class and.
a musical-t air event,,,F. St- Ru
';' Panithilda-y:',',', .-
, .... .
desheun is running this part of the
. event And (milers interested-in en"'''-:'
'. - -, Ji, ' ,,- tering their horse,s should tontact
'',-, The Canal Zone end rename CI- him at ranatna 2-2451.: - 1 :
' ty will be 41inveder- 'tonight and ,,, Thi ',most 'intelligent dociwill
: tomorrow when siX ships eef,I.T.S. win : a'', prize,- likewise the 'best
'4 Task Force 88, ',with crews total- mongrel, the 'belt-dressed ''. pboch
ing nearly ,10002otticers.,and 'men, and best puppy. ' ", , ',-,:' ,,, .; ;
0, are due te return to-the, lsthmos, The,best, cat, will also 'go' home
,,, from Anefagosta;,thile.''' - is,dth,a, prize.' ' '' ;' t',',"
' The task forie' commanded 1)Y ". Registration fee is '51. and the
l-,.',.,' r Rear Adm.,L. 11.1lVitistini has tom- '
public, la' invited to aqa, t4e'"PelS,
.'''' '' pleted training,operations of,f the at 75 tents for adults, 25 for,' kids.
'''!' west coast of SoilthAmerica. ; ', Gett;,,Tuff Guy-'--a show officiar
,,,. The destroyer-escorts USS Dee- ,,,.,,ha; ilasu,,id a eau to pet attia.
,,' ley, USS Hammerberg,-USS Cott, ens ',1," ,-,, .,"il -... s s,'!4.;-' '''. ''
; ney and the- submarine h'USS Dia oBringt' Your Misters to ','tftis
,,,, blo are due Au arrive' this', aftcr show'. Yon might 'win 'a fine prize
, ,' noon at talboa;' Due iti tomorrow and You will be eurprised at what
ig are the; frigate' USS'Mitcher and a lift thii will give your base':
the destroyer-elicort DSS, Crom- Entry blanks tan be had at Bat
i
1
ijr well. ' '' .' '' r, '-i- i"'Y', fioa ,' and, Diablo', clubhouses and
,, The group is expected le. transit commys. the, Army Sales Store at
the Canal Siturdayo,,, en", route to orozal,4 korrisonfs in ',Panama, I
1,r"
ry San Juan, Puertn Rico. ,;',;-,...'''.., or fromlMiss ,Helen' Italleyy ,Iliallo
. e 1 1' ' s-''''' boa 2-3712,,,Mrs. Bertha Lewis, Cu-,
''''''' TwoHt'v' "Isti 1 ''. '',,,,. rundu 511a; or Mt's.Jke,-at Pena-
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By FRANK ELIAZER
WASHiNGTON (UPI) Our law.
Makers were back today from
their Easter recesi and Rep.
Prank Coffin (D Maine),
said what they,nsed now,is a rest,
front the recess.
Coffin no 'doubt 'had in min&
that travel is wearisome, whether
to Bogota, Patio, ,Berlin, Panama,
1, his own ease. 'Lewiston,'
Maine. Also, that 'most of Con Congress
gress Congress 'work for the ytar lies
ahead.'
Of 8,187 bills and iciint resotu resotutions
tions resotutions introduced in gong. and
Senate ,' J'an, four have
been enacted into )aw. Nothing
has let been done with mol, pl
.

MAKING READY A detachinerit cif. the 'National Guard,' aided'
hills, (iu the backgrotmd) in an attempt to 'catch, up with the

Bound for schetfuled tiveweek
training period at Rio Hato today
were mien and targcs of -D COM
piny,' 34th 'Armor.;:rhe 'cornpan
began its trip fro, Fort Rothe
early In the mornIng.
,, Headed by theiP, new-company
commander, Copt:- Richard '14

1Fo'r

Massackusells'Tax
BOSTON, April 9 (VP') .,:,-Coun
,Sel for jailed tax rebel Annis
(Dtdtel Wautier of, New liamp-'
shire will seek-t writ, of habeas
corpus in ILT.S.,1)istrict Court to,
day to' free him::
Attorney Henry M. Fuller of
Portsmoutly,N.H:,, wilt-- seek the
writ this afternoon, a ,Spo4esman
in his office Said.' ' e
Gov, Foster., Furcolo charged
last night that' the -Pelham N.H.,
resident's decision remain ',An
, jail ,rather pity 1- Massachusetts-
income 'taxes 'Wag' proMPted,
by igheadline bunting.
FUTC010 said ,in television, a&
dress that Vautier waif ',more in.
terested in headlines ,thin in-nbtaining
his erelease or, ...,rentesting
the case." e'
Aitutier; who is errtployed by a
-Massachusetts 'firm. and, lives ,in
N.I14 must pay ,state
come tax' to Massachusetts under
the law evpn though hr does ,not
In', the state. ,
He MIA jailed Tuesday kir-fail.
ure 10 pay e, about, 9160 which the
bay, state,said be ,owned for 1931.'

to$S1.0i,1 .:':F.,e:k0....'4041$1.iitip.0..

the rest, includift'S'pmposalby -spelling" le some cases illegal also
Aime forand (D-R.10) to re- lies gathering dust.
peal the federal tax on, see see, .NRep... Charles Raper Ionait .(R .(Rwhich
which .(Rwhich sweetens, the breath. N.C1,),concludes that '95, per, cent
'0 Nor has-Action been ,taken on of-Our youth are good kids,' and
proposal by Re P. Hastings Keith he has in a bill to appreciate 'etn
(R-Mass.), to ,, eliminate import all during the second peek of Is lo loduties
duties loduties on ground, powdered,' or vembec Rep.,' George Meader (R
granulated seaweed,' Iresurnably Mich.) says we ought to appreci apprecianother
another apprecianother big item in,the high eost ate- the whole famtly. Under ,his
of living.. : 1.,; bill'Is day would be enough for
, i',4 'P this, to be picked, by the Preal Prealuntouthed
untouthed Prealuntouthed le a bill by ReP. '
Morgan Moulder (D-Mo.) to fol- Rep. ,Thomat B. Ctulis (R-Mo )
low up statehood for Alaska-, and proposes tax allowance, in'some
liatwal0 by throwing ,Ttuertor Rico cases to cover lite, cost of ba,by
clean out of the Union, making it sitters. Sen,, Langer (R (Ran
an (Ran independent balion4 A measure N.D.) thinks everybody who votesi
by, Rep. Harlan ,Hagen (D-Callf.) in a federal election should 'let al

PANAMA,' II, P.,' ..THURSDATil APRIL' 9, 1,9W
'' 4 7t:
, rRir 'A 4; 0 IPS .111mmkam:

Murnighan, Jr:, the tankers will
tankers will train intensively for
Arm, training tests from May.11-
chmating the field work,
, Initially, Vitt, tank crew will
practice picking out iroutes cross.,
county, end selecting, good firing
poSitions They review Arain Araining
ing Araining fighting enemy tanks
Abut:will be teamed to,evrk With
supporting infatrymet4rifiemen
on foot. r
talkfter the crows telnplete ir
programi etch tplateeni of4anks
will practise ss tothrittelnk: 0
fighting mwl also will beo tom
it,inett with, 1 otentry .ohniti,Th
1- ability tisAtteye ever Many Inf.
rent types et greund anti
lest proper firing eositiont is im
portant to Armor mon.
.The,,:tankers alS0 ; make
blacked out night marches,- move'
into positions in 'the dark, and eV.
tack:et dawn. ,
,the company ,as whole
wilt work as a teeth. During the t
training, tests,,in May, D Compa Company
ny Company will have -attached riflemen of
the 1st Battle Group; 20th InfalttrY
and men from thiyMilth Engineer
Company (Combat), 'The troops
win, maneuver against an aggres-
sor,, Jerrethe ,Reconnaissance

Platoon of 'the 'Ist Battle Group
tna attaphed Engineers of the
518th Company., s :
',,One of the important ieatures
the test will be barriers, construct.
ed by the "aggressor", Engineers
to stop the tanks.',,The Engineers
with the' armored 'company will
haveito breech the barriers to get
the tanks through, and the tank tankers
ers tankers will have to try at well to find
other routel around the obstacles.

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,
byl loci!, guides at Santa Ire,,'prepares to march into the Tute
febelf0 :'

Tne Inisile-arme European
units, many of them,- trained in,
the United ,Statessywill take their
places with,already.' sizeable U.S.,
missiles, forces 'on ,the 'continent.
Europe's, transition to", impersonic
jet planes,long mailistay of Am-,
erican forces,; also wit, be haten.
id in the, new- Move to bolster the
deterTenti, to ,Ited aggressioiLi -t
,P 4 4

, 'IN roe't
ust One 1114ei Le
o fil: !totems,

tm.o L.v.400
oVillitri LAi.
ei deadline. for the, ling': of
indonte- tat returns foti-the year
1958,1s', only it''Weelt
Zone residents' bave ;been reminct!
ed,i, by ,Trygve 'Johnson and, An-
drew ,, Gerda, ,', two, :Internal Re Revenue
venue Revenue ,,agents ;.who art: presently
'ont the IsthmUsto help tax' pay paying
ing paying citizens with their 111COMO
roturnak v. ,;..
illohnson has an offies in 'Itoont
300 Of, the Civil ,Affairs Building
, Ancim, haa announced. that
his office houra .are- front, 1:30- to'
12 noon. and front. -1-1o71:10, pont,
daily -,except,, Saturday oand Sun.
day,," through Friday April ; ."
Office hotire for Gerdcivillo
in ,the :United Statea Embassy :in
Panama, are from 7:30 co. to, 12
noon 'and front12;30, to. ;,',1
daily ,except .Satttrday and,,,, Suit,
diy, Wilkrentain ,On 'the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus through ;Apr11'11, tthe tax
deadlina .date for. filipureturns,

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, :
)1RACTIIRESHOVIDER h-i, National Guard Cpl. Jorge An An,drade,
,drade, An,drade, gets ready to return to Panama City after,tracturing his
shoulder An talling over a precipice durind the ambush at El
Bangui 114'in which, Capt. Omar Torrijos was injured Andrade
tnow under treatfrient at Built Tomas Hospital.

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10111110 111 0111111V,
, oKullomA crry, Oklahoma.
teremony,,Tod3r,,
April 9( rr Oklahoma s sud sudden
den sudden thirst for legal liquor after ,51
, Years of prohibition will have! to
,roKyo, Apr-if (tpij wait threo More months before st is
Crown Prince'Akihito takes kiI quenched, despite a,,record repeal
bride today. -- vote.,
- ne 25-year-old heir to the Jots- itepeal parried bY more than 80,-
000 votes Tuesday, ending prohibi prohibianese
anese prohibianese imperial throne and prettY,
year old Michiko Shoda,
daughter 'of-g, rich commoner. will tiot that'went into the constitution
svhen Oklahoma., became a state in
marry in 13-minute Shinto ce- 907--
remony. f. 'It left ,Mlisisilept the only le.
,
- weather. report predicting
showers failed to dampen the ex- golly dry state tho Union.-
Bootleggers,.' who grossed ips to
cited spirits of the' Japanese pee. 100 -million dollen; a year as an in inpie;
pie; inpie; Thererwas a. good chance the dustry, started looking for another
rain would- hold off for the wed- livelihood.
ding procession through Tokyo in was the first repost election
the afternoon. '0 the wets; hove:: Wen in seven
-,The bride-to-be -and "theprinees friss. :
an each other last night at the But the prohibition laws.' will re-.
Prince's Togu Palace for" a wed- main in force for the, three months
ding eve celebration. v!,, estimated for putting the new laws
' 7The aliM, blaCk-haired' Michiko :nto the,books, 0-;
returned tao-ber home in South State Safety' ComMissioner 'Joe
Tokyo after 'the party' last night lannon declined le comment to tofor
for tofor ,fesr hours ,of nervoua sleep illy on how hard' he Would enforc
before airisng at 6:30,,this vohibition durink that time.
ing tO start elaborate prepare- Citizens- in Oldahoma Ctty Sndl
tioni'for her wedding day. , Tulsa took 'the newt rather quietly

"trom:,:,en
,,,lavesdropping 4ould be a
crime under a till'oftered by Sett
Kenieth
just' a dirty triCk now,-.apparentIY:',,ReP:Cati,D.;
redid (D-KYr.)
prOposes award ZA.good 'conduct
medals to:veteranvol World War
1. though' a number,et other men't
bets seem to If think,tt what Mils'
group wantilpora,4 at pension.,

eGlenn Sear (R-Md.) is Henderson
untouched le a bill by ReP. dent., e late entrant ki the, congression- bill to' discotirag
Morgan Moulder (D-Mo.) to fol- Rep. ,Thomat B. Cited (R-Mo ) al floral derby. His candidate for from', putting ,the
low up statehood for Alaska-, and proposes tax allowance,,in 'some the national, flower the black daughters, and
lietwal0 by throwing Puerto, Rico cases to cover the, cost of baby eyed swish.. You can hardly name the- public payroll
clean out of the Union, making sitters. 'Sen,: Langer (fi-i a flower that hasn't now been pro, wouldn't be benne
an independent nalion, A measure N.D.) thinks everybody who votes' nosed for this honor, although followed it woule
by, Rep. Harlan Jlagen (D-Callf.) in a leders1 election should stet alltep.-Williem' Ayrea (R-Ohiol what' these helps
to' mall spelling simpler an& mit- S25 reward is his tax Aid name ()no todant and said he money.

Quench Its,451'-Yea

oltugomA 'crry, Oklahoma, Tuesday. Oklahoma City police
April 9(UP),Oklahoma's Kid- said it was even duller than usual
den thirst for legal liquor after ,51 just after the wet vytory, became
years of proMbition will have to apparent. '
wait three More months before it is But later caravans of victork
quenched; .despite a..record repeal roamed ,the. streets.' ineluding one
vote., with a casket containing "Old Man
, tepee' carriect more than 80,- Prohibition" on top of a truck.
000 votes Tuesday, ending prohibi- The beer industry glowed over
tiot that'went into. the constitution the results. Sale of 3.2 beer has
svhen Oklahoma, became a state hi been legal in the state siqce 1933,
907, but the industry has always feared
; it left 'MlasisSIPPI' the Onl 10 prohibition would spread to it.
gaily dry state,16 the Union.- Meanwhile the Women's Chris ChrisBootleggersovho
Bootleggersovho ChrisBootleggersovho grossed ifs to tian Temperance Onion hailed
100 -million dollen( a year as an in- Missiasippi today is' its sleadar"
dustr, started looking for another the only legally; dry state re relivelihood,
livelihood, relivelihood, maining in, shit nationt ".
It was the first repeal election Mississippi political officials said
the wets; hevIr :wan in seven it Would probably remain so, al altries.
tries. altries. , though liquor Is sold lopenly in a
But the prohibition laws will' re-' number ot counties and the state
main in force for the, threi months calmly- collects :lilack.market"
estimated for puittint the new laws tax on 4
:nto the,books. .. - Wet leaders -in Mississippi eiF eiFState
State eiFState Safety' ComMissioner 4oi pressed hoPtliowever, that Okla-1
1annon tieelined ;to comment to- borna's repeal of prohibition would
lay on how hard he 'would enforce eventually.lead to similar refer referthat
that referthat time. '' enflUM here. vv'
Citizen& in, Oldalnuna Ctty 'and Oklahoma's yeti "certainly does
Tulsa took 'the newt rather quietly not change the eff4kt of akehol,"

tinkwee

May propose that,', to put the thing
in perspective.4, '
- '1,f Congress is,,,going to,' pick a
national ,0 Ayres said,
"maybe we ought tos make it the
stinkweed. This would, be In keep.
int with some ,.of the actions
here!, c ,
Ayrea didn't ,,lay specifically
what he' had in 'mind.' It mow be
pzrlinent however that ltep. John
E, 4anderson ,,(R-Olsio) has in a
bill to .0 discobrage congressmen
from', putting ,their wives,. sons,
daughters, and law parioere on
the public payroll, This practice
wouldn't be banned but those who
followed it would have to111 toy
what' these helpers did for our

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,:' ,,,The CostroityPtiebil ban' d In the Veraguas mtUn.-.
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, taint:has-apparently eluded its Rational Guard pursuers:
,
roi, ahather day. ,' 4 ',, : '''''.,' ' '
,, '',,Is'',,' National .Guarit.,.:;OPerational headquarters at Santa ;
,' Fe beliavS the; band, istimated adbout 15 men, may hay' ':
, SPlit hito',.two'grailps.loth gro-upi may be heading dors
, from Aefiold 'hungtyllills in! searCh of food and shelter'
,
' ,1 , A:five-man squad,' was reparted yesterday afternoati
- 'heading towards the ine-store village of Los Valles, south-,
vest of the heights.of .I1 Banqui0p 'where the search hat :
, ,
' been concentrated thus. far. ,Iir. , ,t.;;;;-,c;
: ,:'' The. riquad ,,Wat Atot definiiily Identified as rebits
. i :
, but Natianal4uord reinforcements' were imthediately sent :
. ta tot Valle front, Santa. Fe Ond, Cdtwizas. ,,.. ;
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,
' ,'P The sicond'rebei group may be heading for los,l.m,
, tonest,about sbqiotirslougb marching west of, LOs ,Vallis, :
.. A',',Nationar, GUalid -,, reception -comMittee hos also', bills :
: dipatchedjo, Lasl.diones.-) ,''' ''''4',4' '' ': Z1: li
; , ,I. , ,., ,,;-' '..,--:,,,,,,,, ,, ,., ,,
,,, :- Men'. and material ,colitinue, to a; record 6f association with '. lila .:
move into the Inenntaida from San- arms traffic ..;,,:...,
ti fee to reinfrirce the units already t in David, the Nations! Guard
, Operating round Qerro Tine arld El 'has retrieved arms an& animan,z
: tanquillo; Several mnrtars )1ave Itiorr fret alkateres whkh Tow':
' been, sent int the area int opera-: imallytelf suchNiterna:,,,r 4 !' 1, 0
, gots, ,,u4 Not Martinezi field li :tarit arinhia.taing lief haeh!,
,: cematindettlfyiraeareNtlLpuir, '.. ad ferlarhyt.".:.........A4,,, ,',,o.,:, :,:.;
', tat gapert, '4: --7' i..,,:',?,,, ::.-. ',:t.,,!: Monntalit terme311' .,toming,'Mtn,
,,.. -,,,,,, ,,, ,':P ' 1 ,,..A, V, ,' d'2,,'''' Sailti40 havelold newsmen Ante
are barred by thelslational Gtiard
from moving up- 'to the search :
area), that squads 'of, searcher.
Santiago and San tFrancisco to have been deployed over a Wide
rt hre e:p orr oer tits edi till!, e, natmd A ri ne egtcr tun int retc lowemos
, shP; uaoi Smnuv i t:t ahn bhtsb 1
area.
Veraguas district attorney C,nrlos
iSya nit2a yFoeu.thIst iwshboe:litteavireds,,A,,thiea
from their homes in Sant, ce It Toyer early this afternoon had no(
4.- re. returned to Santa Te from'-thl
aelsnn two of the, approximate approximatescene
scene approximatescene of Monday's ambush in
rebels. '-'' ,
in an effort to join the
:vnisinhReYd

' Mes and material continue, to a, record tif associ tio ith di :
. n w 0
move into the moantainefrom San- arms traffic -.',,:,:-
,
to' Fe to reinforce the units already t In David, the Nations! Guard
operating round Cerro Tine add El has eentevea arms and ammuni....
Banquillo. Several mortars lave .Ition from elksteres whith ners-$ fZ,-
been Bent ,into, the tires At opera:' iseielly tog tueliNiterne: ,r '0,,', !-,, ",,,,- ,o..,.:
gone, ..4,t, 1 Barbi Msrtinezi field -.s 'Ca rit ari.ohielpe log opot4haeks i --
cemoliindetelre-raethiil ek:tior- led ferlariost..".' -,,it., .,, - -''''
tateapert4 ,,,,1,-1,,,:7- ,-,?-1.71";,,, : ...,:, ve: 1 as rfen tO Abaltreaeritdh abbvyitt onlh elecirlillnrait 1w1.001111minaletnn:41rbtd: 1 .. ,t:::
from moving up to the- search, '
area), that squads of searcher,
- Santo Fe ,o residenrArquimedes
Pyoinuothhsaosn threepoyorsteddie,,smdineegtiunto trtowmo
Santiago and Sae tFrancisco to have been deployed over a Wide
Santa Fe. It is believed ,they may area.
isettftearntt000rnneyhaCdarnloots ',.
ToVvearra egauralsy dtiiitrs
ly 12 youths who -,liavootanished
returned to Santa Fe f '';thtt
have been two of tbe' approximate approximatescene
scene approximatescene of Monday's ambush in ,
isruommehthlyeirinhosmn eesfflorn tSatnoti ;lb, ptrhee- r9m
rebels. -' ,
ear's mission was to identify the
which two rebels were killed, To-
rebels and see that certain legal ,,
reratuireinents were complied with',
is thought he-spent the night.
taherpss eotfys; umweitthhe tosytsioanrset
eundo Bernal, where Martinez hail
afGnti arTdmhrteidanifgksa utphpeomr t 0, ut et; ofitnod eliher, irreysoolnus
at the Buenos Aires farm of Se Setionary
tionary Setionary protect,
set up an aid station and a forward
command most. ,
Ramon Vega, was arrested In
Central Avenue, PailatMa City,
yesterday afternotni.when he was
?Miff) Arias in Panama Citv vester-
trying to collect from merchants sieanwhile ex-President Dr. Ar,
there 'purportedly on behalf of the
ponulace should loin In a general
rebels. S' 't i ',' day voiced the 00i111,011 that the
strike if constitutional igen-ante
The police ,', are looking for
"Chombo" Lam4,who they say has
pre suspended as a result ef the
, 1 Veraguas uprising. ',,, t --"
t; nhi :IS tntsa kti tPael eh:sal:di:I:di:1r, devrCvhbral eeledt wimr le sael iv lidl ti e d'Itoch '1 1 eut s t'.tnhfehoea'wodnmr t. ea. vm. ni: 1 the tii
ee Moptills
r -0 I Thirst stay in Borinete to return to Pane.
. ,
Mg ritr. Arias crynhealiv tinewer.
ing while he was being Interviewed
ed "I came to water the flowere."
Ara.' James E. OrYmes, presi- That's exactly what he teas de,
dent of the Mississippi WCTU,
said .todey. :
tttlenhoneh report from David as ''
by Critica editor Ti d
"Mississipp is nor, the leader. I ta --al Mord- ''',',
The same newspaper emoted, a :
am proud of issisiiiii."
i:
been jailed for refusing ,to leave
The last Mi sissippi referendum
that it f V
or eraguas. ,, '''''
t at 17 guardsmetv have
on the questionless in 1952. Voters --' -: y
uiaavt ioorne dotiTh et 13tattoewl imd ea rpgrinohichoitnitoinn -.
National Guard sources denla k
But it' reallY doesn't make too the report thie ft
much differenee in Mississippi,
which has punched loopholes in the ,,,,,
a ernoon,,,,, ,,,t;
state law with 'local option en- BA
y 16 Proves
forcement." v it I
Where there is strong local min- j ,,,V,
timent for liquor sales, sheriffs To Be Haidene -
permit It. -, Ut , 14,,
oC Id-Blooded Killer' :
The state taxes liquor sold open openly
ly openly in a number of counties, includ including
ing including the Gulf Coast resorts. SIERRA''ttLANCA, T.1.0..00114
Prohibition ls more entrenched (UMTexas ranger Jim ants ,,
in Missistippi than it was in Okla- said today that othe hardestst
homa, primarily because the state coldest youngster I ever illaw',", dug
does get a tax,return.
Grande, elaLed a man for a week
,ti grave beside Abe lonely, Rio
jiquor and then killed him for his money'
e sOmnoe; I sgtnaetee floerglisoleast ()Jo,
sales, said' "Another referendum and buried him. ,. ,-, ,,,t,', t
ousonveteran
will come here in good ttime." Nance said the.16-year-old :boy
confessed the slaying of Mire! ',
Ramos last November and led inl,
lals expected no
to the grave Tho boy is le',,, the ,.
will have any effect on Mississip- Gatesville School -for. Boys es ''',' is
Tdelinquent. en ., another charge, ,,
.hM'a'Inisgdgeol.sns'irP' tP:iolffithee Oklahoma vote
to net no charges novo
been filed against him as a mull
summer's electiops.
ePai OI'd isdaal dtellOrGIvgo' vCearrrnor1 1 Gi na rt inne' xat v' 111"." a
of the' murder. ,1 ,,' -- Is tt, ,'
, The ranger announced Solutioll ''
Ilbbi Vitkin of the five-month-old case after
more than 50 persons had Amen ,:
Attends' Board questioned. about, -Aamal'' liaF'' ,'1,
pearance. ,' , f ,,,,,,,,, t" -,
M''' t -,'N 'k'' ' ,The boy' thot Ramos ftom 1, ant. ,,
eeting ,,, In NY bush with si .22,rifin, Nene.' elk
,., but caught him further thaitp- bit '-'
Rabbi 'Nathan Witkin of Rai- had' planned from, the grave,tho
boa, director of the USO-Jewish bad prepared in the wild Big geed ;7"-
Welfare Board Armed Forces Ser- country, lie test siaid to have, told ?
eke Cepter, left by, plane yester- the rangers he first robbed tho bo, '1.
day to attend a meeting of the dr of $200 In U.S. eurreney and il
board of directors of the National $90 in Mexicag pesos and 'then
Jewish Welfare Board, in New stashed k tempOrerilf it ethielt-,:,,,'
York City. ,' 4 et; ' ' -,-,, -4;,..4h. ,-,'
It is expected that Rabid Witithi Ile returned with i rope and' a
will return to the Isthmus en horst, Nance said,' and dragged '
Tuesday. 1' -$ Ramos' body to also obt!woo' w' graves ',

The fathers of sotne the boys are
forming a party; with National
Guard support,, tti find lheir sons
and talk them out: oftbeir. revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary protect
Ramon Vega, Was arrested in
Central Avenue, PailltMa City,
yesterday afternold.when he was
trying to collect from merchants
there 'purportedly on behalf of the
rebels, t
The police ',are looking for
"Chombo" Lami,who they say has

Three Months

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The state taxes liquor sold open openly
ly openly in a number of counties, includ including
ing including the GuU Coast resorts.
Prohibition is more entrenched
in Missisaippi than it was in Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, primarily because the state
does get a tax-return.
One state, legislator, a veteran
campaigner for local ovtion Jiquor
sales, said' "Another referendum
will come here in good ttime."
Mississippk officials expected no
change.
"I don't think the Oklahoma vote
will have any effect on Mississip Mississippi,"
pi," Mississippi," said Lt. GOV0 Carroll Gartin, a
candidate for governor in next
summer's elections.

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ma ox a worg, amplutcaton 1 neen enema Into ism,. biotntrA I by, Rep. Harlan Hagen (D-Callf.) lin a federal election should 'get aillep.-William' IL Ayrea (R-Ohlail what' these helpers did for our' will return to the Isthmus enlborse, Nance said' Ind dritte4 , :
ling cour3e., ,,, ,, '- ,- ,,!has let been done with molr I to' rnalift Knelling simpler en& 'ilia- $25 reward la hie tax bill.,.., ,, ldid name one todant and, nid hal moneys i , Tuesday. l' -$ Ramos' body to the obswoo' w' gravab ', ,,
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:President Sam'. Roe,' 3'r2.' Reid'
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,s,f, eunelL consiSting 'of two, mem!. Mihtery' authordies :- said today tv al eul aa ond. ff
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:;',, series of 'five underground eke,' the 'United ,StatesFivill :take,their, 200 Of,; the Civil ',Affairs ,,Bidlaing alum fromlhe,,10th, Engineer, '1 ,,,,, :,:::::M:::0,4::: ,:,?.,,.:,,,,:'s,,::,:,!;x: ::,,::::5z,1
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missiles forCeEon ;the continent, 1,;,,- afi..., 1,,..,.. .-.,... f,,....i a otn A
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p,Jula,, nuttrAng 1 EuropO's; tratsition uPdrsOnic ir2 .;0011''711n-dvmirmin;'1;37,75.,30, pan. no mfa,,,nerm.fuveLc,,g,,cion.st.t.ti.g.gr,,ne,t11:: I
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- The trausfortheri 'are,' of-the' id, ritf daily ',:',except, Saturday it and ,Sun11 1

rii Ramon Vega, Was arrested in Lulu Dernal, wnere martmer nall ;
command ,nost. , (
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called subway type a ed in ...Anew-move o boister the
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an a ac Engineers of the -: ','''''' Central Avenue,' Panama City, ,
Office hotirs for Gerda ;who is 518th compstnys :, : ,, ,,,, 1,, 4,,, ,,:, : . t yesterday afternotm.w
'-'-' ---- day, through Friday ritprit
. the first' ,Of their kind to ,:',13e 111,- deterrent I, to Red' ag essloo. -t t -
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-, stalled in ,Panima-'- "t " ';,,'," '"" 4 A p from 7.30 a in to 12
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to ,stop the ta 8., En Meet's reneis. uely ummon tuaT tne
constitutional4gnarantees
Celli le um Idea ot uus size m tilt ..lon.11.' ,..1.,win!.187114,I,v oauy -except ,,, oaturoay
United States.';-- Thep. make' for ,okum istu. with ',the"' armored : company Banquillo, in which. Capt, omar Torrijos was injuredAndrade The police ,.are looking for strike
more efficient 'distribution ...481. er Frit,' Ha lima tatiiiim 4 tax haveito breach the barripra tn'Itinot under I a,thent at Santo Tomas Hospital. "Chombo" Lam4who they say has
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'; SILUS IliiitShips- 1,!,,gpre.aftirtalbot ssrot,,:ofittye r r
- ..!,: ., 7 f. : L l :1, .;.i. Canat Zone Sticiety for ,the.!, Bre- ti I-d' a i
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o nva 6 one Vention of Cruelty, to' Animals. .'
The horse -show will include a 11 .1 I Pay ''
II 'Tax.
,,, ..,,. I jumpers clasii, a, riding class and. BOSTON, April 9 (UPI) ..-.Coutt'
111..........,',..." :Tdn.14:2,'",.-, a musical:chair event, glis S.,) Ru- tel for jailed taz rebel ,Annis ,A., apan
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Pricie- Takes -''.: -r ''':. A'''' L 1
.. Bride in Shinto
v asszerase s , .. ti
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KLAll0-A 'C, Oklahoma' Tuesday Oklahoma Cit olice Id rP E CI
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Ceremony. Tod ,
Veraguas Itorising. -', , -- ,.
'iniOn tali. bnlolindterOvriletwicolvi. ,ttli'llethpPa'amewninte; :,'I''.
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famas limes, prase.
p .. a U s was even 11.er an usua ant a thsrt!STssissippl WCTU,
3r, den thirst tor legal quor after ,51 just after the wetvotory, became said todoy.
',,0,--- .,,, .., :. ,.,, years of prohibition i' will have to apparent. ' "ldississippria' noW the leader. 1 !.,',1
- fls. ista leader admitted.. howeveri ,', : ,,
that it should be well planned. ,',,, ''',
Asked Whv he had cut short bli t.
taY i Borioete to return to Pane.,
Mg rifY. Arias cryntienilv enawei
, efi "T came to water the &meta." ''
That's exactly what he ivas de-
, mg while he was being interviewed
by Critica editor Tito del Moral, '
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too- own 1 rortamoomi,,r4..n.,, wsva &u. 1 aneae Imperial torone anti preuy, REIODal tivaro sources' ttleoled
Task Force 88,-with ciews 11"3";;' Vitter 11,47,71C k I ....eA.OkbliPaOkIft blimantroovnast I.A. Ann intothe co-naltution 1 the results. Sale. of 3.2 beer has i Rut it reatIV dnpsn't mako too

"'8 Sim best PuPPY- in his office Amid; dau hter a, rich commoner will wuun "U"1"1"1"' I'Vt""' """ "S'' MUCH uulefeace 4U Oliballsaippi,
y re due to return to-the ;sthmus I Th b hi
a e est eat, also go' omt Govi Foster, I'urco o e arge
h d g 907 '" but the industry has always feared which has punched loopholes in the ,,,,,
marry in 15-minuto Shinto ee-
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, from Anaptesta;,thile,'' orize,, 4 haat ni oht that' the -Pelham. N.H.. romnnv it lett 'MillittIPP1' the 6111Y 10 prohibition would spread to it. state law with 'local option en- Knit' 'ASIA.

r 4""' ..""'": l'" "", ,"'":"0 "'"' "'" !MIMIC, Is' mimeo to see, tne ,pets, Jan 3,,sthee Jilin& pity ,- manaertil- showers failed tl dampen the ea- nomieggera,- wlio gkuanc. Wk, ,,, rum I WIIIIPWI 1111M11 wow,.
, pletea traming operations off the at 75 tents for adults, 5 for kids. setts- income 'taxes 'WAS' proMPted cited spirits of in- Mississippi today is' its 'loader" When, there la strong local son- T 13 .. AI is ),,,,. ..,, , . t
west coast of Sotith America. Gen;4Tuff Guy..--a show officiaD by "headline hunting "' r-, I' i Th a d t Y totted looking for another --the 'only loyalty; dry state re re.
. re. , -, , p e. ere; was a. good chance the us r s
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e' Japones Deo- 100 million dollar$ a year as an
timont for liquor solos, sheriffs I U e naraeneu :::',,,,''
Cold-Bloode Killer- '1
, The destroyer-escorts USS Dea- ---has jasued a call to Pet CitiZ. ,',-FurCelo said ,in ,a teleVision,ad- rain would hold off for the wed- livelihood, ",,, ,',, P maining in, ths nationt '.,, permit it. If , 14,, 1
ley, USS Hammerberg;USS Court-, ens.. ,,,,,,,, ,.,. , ,,,-,4 i ', dress that Vautiet was "more in- ding procession throu h Tokyo in it was OHO first ropool election Mississippi political officials said t
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ney and the- submarine AISS Dia, "Brintr'Your Masters to Altis terested in headlines ,thiti in-oh. The state taxes liquor sold open openblo
blo openblo are due vto arrive' this' after- tillowf Yon might win a fine prize taining his r I a or conteliting Th b id to be d h prin t 1
,, e e pe -,
the afternoon. ', ,. -g ,,,, tho wets., haw :,wsni In ',von a Would probably remain so, al al,
, al, e r e- an 1 e,, ces r as. 0, ,,
' ' ' i thotigh liquor is sold lopenly in a ly in o number of counties, includ includ'''BLA
'''BLA includ'''BLA A' ' n'''
SIERRA NC Tex., April 1 1
noon at ;Balboa.' Due ill tomorrow d Ivil
an You I be nutprised at what the case ''' i'' ..' 1 '.' '''''.1 '''A' a each other last ight t tip But the prohibition laws will' re-' number ot counties And the state ing the GoU Coast resorts.
are the; frigate' USS''Mitcher and a lift this will give b e i 1 e ''' il 1)3,' n n "a I h th
your sc.; ,' Aitutzer, who s,employe a Prince's Togo Pattie f
tl -0c a wed- main in force for the, t ree mon s ea m y- co eets, a '!b ack,market , t. r
1 1 u 1 ,, Prohibition is more entrenched (UPI)--Texas ranger Jim Nimes ,,
the de,strPYer'egeml,,'USS" rcitn EittrY blanks tan be had ot Bat...Massachusetts iirm, anth liveo ,in ding evi celebration 4 v! estimated for potting the new laws taX nn it, ,' 4 ', ',-; .'. in Mississippi than it was in Okla- said today that othe hirdesto
well- -' '' .; -' r ,- i', 4, boa 'and Diablo', clubhouses 'and Pelhani N.11 most pa stat i Th 'UM bl ek h i 'ott Mi th b k '' W t 1 d ''Iri Mi -4) I
,,, !., 4 , , ''' i Y' e n 7 e a a a r ehlko ;nto e' 00 So 0-1 ''.. .', e ea ell a stray hatitla Aha littlailif Ilia
smug p cp. lloumaap,riin,arilyleeause the state coldest youngster I ever "saw", dug i

,' The task lorii commanded by
, k negistration fee is $1 and' the resident's decision -to'. remain ',In weather: re II d' IU'rftlYeS
Rear Adm. L. M. Mustin has corn- i is ' pre ictin golly dry stato tho Union:- Mosnwhito tho ifomon's Chris- ir I
r pub'. e, invited to see, the'Pets jall rather than, pity 1- Massachu- showers failed to damPen the exg- Bootleggers,.' who grossed ip) to Non Tomporanco -,,Union holiod
Meted traming 'operations off the 100 -million dollen; a year as on in- Mississippi today as' its 'leader Whore there is strong local son.
, eents for adults, 24 f6r kids. setts Income taxes 'WAS proMPted cited spirits the .1 0
o liDan Se peo

,, 'pars. Genther,' a clerk- front the recess. duties on ground. powderea,' or vembec Rep.., George Meader (R 1, though' a number other mem c , meeTing in, Pi bush with a .22 rifie;-iklance- L.
L' typist, was presented with a check Coffin no 'doubt had in mind granulated seaweed,' presumably Mich.) says we ought to appreci- )3ers seem is think,t what Mils' Anvil didn't' ,41(iy specifically ',- but, caught him further thanN L. ',
, for 2115 for en adopted suggepion 'hat travails weariso2ne, whether another big item in,the high eost ate- tbe whole famtly.,. Under ,,his group wants,more la pension. What he' bad in mind.' R my- be Rabbi 'Nathan Witkin of Rai- had planned from, the grave,t-he
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. ,, wmcn is expected to save ;3500 to nogotat rano, ,nerun, eana,ma, of Living.. .4., '-, '- ,, l Mil a day would be enough for .,. '0 ," l-t :T. ti.rtinent however that Pep. John boa, director of ,, the USO-Jewish bad irepared in tbe wild-Big lend .:- ,
, ',.., yearly In Quatertnaster., aupply or,', in 1 his OWn case, 'Lewiston,' t ' .. 1 -' ' ' 1, thisi to be picked, by the Pre Sen., t. Glenn Beall (R-Md.) is r., lfenderson AR-Oisiol has in' a Welfare Board Armed Torres Ser- country, Ile snit said to have, told f
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i , costs. A - 0 1 ,. . . Maine.; Also that 'most of Con- Still untouched le a bill by Rep. dent ,,,, ,i, .i i late entrant la the, congression- bill to discobrage congressmen vice Centers., left by, plane yester- the rangell he first robbed tho be- i,
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I, Please try lOskeep fat loners limited to one eaete,Isitetb,
; Ideality eljettot writers le IteM in etrictost,moofidOnce.4.1-- ,k,
Mit minnow memo Ube responsibility for loatometcy or,lutbsions
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I just returned from BingO and as usuarqny donataons wert
reedily accepted by the players who have serde'put aside lor then1;1
Why is this practice allowein the Canal ZOntf Ile Putt, that WWI
the jack pot also won another game and whemlbe Bing0 garish:Was'
lover, she neatly bundled her stack of cards up;-encirclingtheM with,
hi rubber band. and gave them to the waiter hypot back forfier. Wit
,Week, so she could take home the loot again.' -,,,. ,,,,:,-,1.4 Z:!:.....7,
t This particular winner is nof the onlysoffentbr. It seems,tiVbe
la common practice at both the K of C anct tbeldargarita:Cluthdpie,
for players to bundle up cards, neatly writetlielt namek4011 theft?,
hod either throw them in a box behind the operator's table or hand
them to-someone in charge for safe keeping tmtil the next game.

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If Bingo games are allowed to operate in the Canal Zone, why
goesn't someone with authority see that they are,fair to aii who pax-.
lacipate? thiNpractice. has-been going os Sorrsitt4 somolime, Sit
Ito one seems o bother to check on this Mittitiod or tleket.
' Let us have an honestly-run Bingo game for those who enjoy the
game and get a thrill mit of whining just once in a while, insteathof
Iosing to the veedy ones all the time. (
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11 COMMISSARY ITEMS
Sir" --t - --,-1.,) ,,,1-- .''''''rr'
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iThere'leeMs to -be a' verbal order in force at the ItilIDOW City
obhouse that no item which is also on tale li the Conimissary will
e;xold in the clubhouse unless the commissitrY is closeid. However,
here are no signs to this effect, and I vmdd--4ikei 4 knOw upon
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hose authority4uch an Order has been isswed, if Wiles! beeeliguel.
1 Saturday afternoon' I was having some:refreshment tin the club clubapse
apse clubapse and decided to get myself a can of peanuts. I got into a line
f 12 persons. Xpon reaching the head of the line I wa told I would
apt to wait till the commissary is clsed before c Id buy pea peautst
utst peautst in the cbibhoust. Peanuts, the clerk explained,. a e a commis commisstir.
stir. commisstir. item. ,.. '114'4.,a, 1
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liMani other persons have similarly wasted their time by getting
In line to buy something in the clubhouse, only to be told they will
have to wait till the commissary closes.
t It is strartv indeed that the clubhotne at Paraiso and Santa
rruz do not, froptitT to be operating uniq Ouctionstof this sort.
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Kny items, whether carried in the commiliss ,or not, can be bought
ht thsee clubhouses during normal operating hours.
i Why then are the subordinate empleyes of the Rainbow City
clubhouse trained to give the customers a hard time? Who issued
ifhe "commisssry Item' order and what useful purpose does it serve?
the order comes from Balboa Heights, whrAit not displayed on
sign for everOpne to see at the clubholte e qtr.? ,
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TWANICII '11. Curious "-I-'

THANKS

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I wish to take this method of thanking alt the friends of My son,
ttobert E. tee Anderson, for the respect and courtesy shown Bpb. I
wish also to thank the many kind friends who have written me the
ionderful letters about Bob. 1411.4401
-I wm rfOOVering kfront a strious 4 en tified of Ms
4' ghth. The WIT time I had been out of Okhouse I a month was.
or sf Christmag Pay :visit to my other s9n, ICtirinttir derson. Wherli
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fhe cruel death.message reached meTwas too'weak and ill to reply:
lo each letter of sympathy. but I wilt get to do so in time.
I also want to thank the pastor who 'conducted the services.
: May God bless each and every One of thbse who were so Idnd.
I am grateful for all their kindness and helpIn my great sorrow.
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I I would like to make lust one eorreetion In the obituary notice as
t was oublistbd: Rob's father had beeirTFITITEP ears. Kennet
nderson, of tt Worth, Texas, Is BO A) er r
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rndersoh, of Ft worth, Texas, is Bob'sAmer brother.
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Mrs. M, Elisabeth Andersen,
Me Ave, A, Poly.
I FL worth 5, Texas.
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Sir:
I see in thi.paper that Cristobal Hig ils a announced Its
'past for the new play As usual, the nattreit ire the 8 me. For' three
years now the same people are given the roles-2
1 Hitt school dramatics ought to be for one purpose only and that
1 8 to give every interested stident a chance to try his wings at act acttit
tit acttit .-
. The purpose should not be to out on tyialloPing Mood show aild
. a use the best talent which the director th ail he Pali. The parents
pre going to attend regardless, and hardly anybody else.
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,, I am nerspnally sick of seeing the sante Peop grab off the good
Parts. There are supposed to be try-outgr you knowt But most. of,
!he 'time the try-outs aren't even held and if they tire it's only to
till the parts which nobody. wants ,to bother with and which the di di'rector's
'rector's di'rector's big stars consider beneath them-He,thooses his players
when he chooses the play.. Ali the'other-hopetule-ore turned away,
Sisannointed.
I Everybody who has ever, worked in Little Theater knowsthet
It Is politics aIl the way and the ones Who run it get ;the good paits
put nothing can'ehange that. Let us have;butt high scpool dramatics
directed on a tair basis. 4". i
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0 'April 7 the Ore Mercury, a man-Made steel structure almost
tchleniical in size and weight to New York's third-largest skyscraper,
e RCA building, wss moved safely through the hazardous Panama
fans! by Nome capable men.
; It is ironic that the fella charged with the elite; traUsit: thia
,.., :,,,..,, otiii,
Piarine "brute!' geceive& less In salary ,than the waget og two corti cortitied
tied cortitied Stateside'bricklayer0 (bless 'emIlaving the IIT11011 maxlinutit
pf 300 bricks a day. And SOO bricks would hardly rams the main
entrance of the RCA building, now would they?
, -- -, -Sincere Allis

WHOSE TEAM
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For several weeks the Club AltamiiiI4indltie Pacific Commis Commisart"Social
art"Social Commisart"Social and Sporting Club have each beeCannottncing they are
tunnint a special train to Colon June 21.',"4",,,44,44,P; ; ,,
. This looks. foolish to me. If one 'cltib,,bitstirrahged a itnichit
train on that date, I don't see the need foil a seetind special. All the
time I have been riding excursion trains t have never known- the
Panama Railroad to run two on the "same day.
v If the Club Altamira was first to ask for-the- special train then
theT should hove it, without having to get-into-11 tangle' Witirthe
Commissary Club , .,,
t But I haveit feeling that the Cottimissary atib sreay Witte been,
lhe IBM to ask. as I rode on the Commissary Club's June special
astIyear and remember hearing them' sarthet ',Child 'he back this
teat. ,
i imuld appreciate it if the Panama Railroad would publicly
rat which club!-ordered the special train firat,-and wOuld "thin two.
e to inform the other club that the special train for.that IllY to
eei
rre dy,booked. i
Altemira '11111',1
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A. drive through the country yesterday did-my sight.ne goed, but
'bowed me that farmers are planting more ground than they ,did
la
st 'year.
- Wish I toad see aomi 'of the Boquete onkins in Panama. Bo
uete is 'still home to me, for I livett longer therethan in any other
Owe in my 96 years., .,.
; Wish I could pull in sOme, rainbow trout ih Chiriqui. Reminds
Into of when Tollef Monniclie got a. tin of thentinv.his place, and he
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aid to me he hoped they'dbe, all lemales;P ,t
I had fish pond in Tyler, Texas. and raised fish to stock,.all
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a,: Sorry this writing ii ao bad, but will try to do better blindfolded.
Uore next time. ,

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Labor News'
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By VICTOR A.'
Three years and several- nights f
ago tour.goons conspired to gun
acid- at a newspaper columnist.- I
lousy he is oimu. Justice is not. 1
That acia touchea off a shain reac reaction
tion reaction agamst the underwold's ser serona
ona serona government. I
This very, minute. four store 4
and- local Grand Juries, huncireds
of FBI agents,- some 40 Senate I
probers Aintier. Robert Sennedy
and at least two regional Dittriet 4
Attorneys are X-raymg the mobs. I
Newest, and for -the moment
the most dramatic is the Justice z
Dept.'' anU-trust drive in 30 in industries.
dustries. industries. it, is directed -by a still I
little knoww 32-year-old crusader,
,Robirt Bicks,,1 It can be revealed
tor the firsttime that In Bick's 4
'Justice DepL'',:, headquarters is a I
startling report. It is a series of
profiles of ,Abese 30 industries
which have' been infiltrated '-by a I
network of crime syndicates. Ine I
report was prepared over an II IImonth
month IImonth period., 1
Thmigh stilt 'ati inner sanctum
secret, it can be revealed that the I
report lists iiimes, describes ter- I
rors and, profits squeezed out of
legitimate-, businessmen and de details
tails details the !,most :fantastic power I
twisted Mit r4Vg network of un- J
ions. 0:kI 1
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It Is the work. titn One man
but wai put nether by the. U.S. 1
Attorney Gerterers "Special
Group' On-Organized
This is directed by a will-el-the I
t 'wisp lawyer; Mitten Wessel, I
, whese ahergy,te Interyiews de defies
fies defies medem scientific reporter- I
lel anti-bletics.
Behind this story Is. thc use of
a simple technique. Instead L of I
trying to Sherlock Holmes. the in individual
dividual individual racketeers,. the Attorney I
General's special group knifed 1
through the nation's, indultry.
They didn't try, to get' "them
man." :
They first- tailed In specialists
from the enforcement agencies of
some 70 Federal bureaus. From
them they gathered all the avail available
able available information-on areas litest litested
ed litested by the mobs' money men. They I
consulted such Aedieated ,,, experts
as' Virgil Petersen of the Chicago I
Anti-CriMe and Los Angeles'
lice' intelligence Wilt chief Capt.
James Hamilton.
They then came upon the 30 in-
dustries which are infested. Start Starting
ing Starting at-the top, they, peeled off lay.:
er of muscle money.', This they
wrapped'ulklit-Aene report clittle
while ago.
Some digging reveals that the
report goes into gerbage hatOmg,
imports of eertain foods, construe
tion iCsome areas, motel arid ho.
tel business, Juke boxes and tofu
vending machines, general tru7k tru7king,
ing, tru7king, dining and some entertain entertainment
ment entertainment enterprises, liquor, wine and
r beet distribilticd, laundry supply
units and, of-,course,1he water water!
! water! front. All thig addition.- to the
garment trucking business now
being probed by the April 1 New
York Grand Jury, which is not
fooling' at alL
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The claret" precoct indict indictments
ments indictments in many of these fields.
They denpt talk because they
want no publicity. There's- no
sense, gUeS1114114, And you tanst
base mdch en simply the num number
ber number ;Grand Juries sitting, en
zeszlahlintOrust probes. There
are ,tnere A Investigations new
being handled for the Justice
Dept., by the Federal Bureau of
Investigation.
There is some guidance, 'of
course, ,detailed.... reading of
the crusicling;recorkiit gen. Mc McClellan's
Clellan's McClellan's ;committeck,And in tact
that there are or have been in the
very recent ,past anti-trust Grand
, Juries sitting in New o r k,
' Omaha, Buffalo, Scranton, Cleve Cleve'
' Cleve' land and Los An g e le s. Soon
there'll be one in Miami Beach:
What impresses observers is
' that' the' anti-trust- division has a
record of winning mime 96 percent
' of the cases- it heaves into court.
Anti-trust probing is meticulous
, because, ef the vast amount of pa paper
per paper work required by such at attions.
tions. attions. Furthermore, such eases
really need no witneises. It's all
in the records. You can rub out a
witness, but you can't really erase
a record.
Apparently that gricious lady
, called u e e also can see
through bet blindfold.

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lel 'FACT

Brown bears vtry in weight
m 500 to 1,500 p tkunds.
Their average We in captivity
is le years, but one is known
to have lived 34'years. gni
bears are c a 11 d ,."brown?
, though they range' in color
from grayish white,' reddish,
' yellow ,and Ittown to almost
hlack. )4 North America, they
aro found ,,,froM the central
Reek le a end northwestern
Canada over Most of Alaska.
' Buret and Asia, they live
' in Norway; SWeden and Si Si'
' Si' beria,' soilth tolapin and west
across ir.bina all the, way to
northern Iran'luid Turkey.
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WASIIINGTON As Senators to
come back to work this -week to
freshman Sen. Steve Young of 0 it
hio will not be a populu man. la
He has set a precedent, by pub- st
lishing al his stockholdings and m
selling some, that has aong Dean m
advocated by another nOnt-t0O-P0-
ptdar- Senator, Wayne t fdorse of I(
Oregon.
The. question of where Sena 34
tor's pocketbook interest stops vi
and the public -- interest -begms
came to an active bead in 1946 tr
when -.this columirlrevealed that Y
Sen. Elmer Thomas of ()Idaho- tr
ma had been speculating on the th
cotton market at the tame time w,
he was making: Senate speeches
influencing the price of "cottott'
Senator, Thome denied this, at
called me a Biit official pub- ,Srl
lication by the, Agriculture De- 10
parrtment of comniodity triding
showed that Thomas was specu speculating
lating speculating in various commodities
which he influenced 'itt thairman
of the Senate Agriculture Com- ni
mittee.
The voters of Oklahoma .promot;
ly took care of Senator Thomas.
He was defeated..1.Sut nothing .tr
was done in the Senate aoout nl
further conflicts of senatorial in- 01
terest. talked to,.. Senators
Morse and George Aiken of Ver Vermont
mont Vermont about a truth-huSenate-securitiem
t'act," somewhat aimilar
to the "truth-in-seturities act" tr0..,
which created the Securites and D..,
Exchange Commission; The two 0,1
Senators introduced resolutions to ,"
that 'end, requiting ,,Senatora
tq make public their various hold-' .14
mgst but nothing ,happened. Sen. la
atonal courtesy, not ,f,senatorial el
integrity, prevailed. k
, A few years later, another Ok- ,"
lahoma Senator, the very sale I;
Bob Kerr, got ,mto theAlmelight u,'
by leading the battle for a nat- a,
ural gas act, despite the a et TI
that he is one of the nation's at- a
fluent independent ilmen. Some el
Senators felt Kerr should. disqua-
lily' himself from votinutot the St
gti biU under Senate Rule 12 P'
which provides that any Senator
having a pecuniary- interest in
legislation shoOld disqualify him him'self.
'self. him'self.
Kerr, however, -did not', step AP
aside. He debated, buttonhoted fir
colleaguell, and voted for, the gas
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"'TWO OTH I R OHIO S I N krti RS"
Most people tren't realize it,
but Senator Young's stock tdis..s
closure is a sideswipe ,at. two 'oh.
ar, Ohio Senators -? the "Min'
he defesteilJohnEBricker, ftepub ftepublican;
lican; ftepublican; the other his colleague
with Whom he refused to walk
down the aislv when he tcok the
etth of office Lauschei
sometime Democrat.
:firrickeilityrd,iths HPenat
Vanfit ur tfostorl the,
fc use his a f m. In" Columbus
riceived an ennui' retainer of
$3.5,00In'Meinwhile the '; Senator

served.04 either chairman or
ranking ember of the Senate
Interstate 4 Commerce Committee
with great power to hafluence leg
leation for or against tlin,; lite,
rbads.
'This Bricker ,did with brazen
frankness. He worked against the
St. Lawrence Seaway when' most
Ohioans were for itexcept the
railroads. Re also put hie two ad.
ministrative assitants, Robert
Minor' and'eharles A. Wedd, on
the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission 'where they could help, regu regulate
late regulate the railroads. Minor 4even
jumped from ICC to (be vice
president of the New York Cen CenSo
So CenSo when Steve Tomb g
conflicting, personal ,investnients;
it was in vivid contrast to John
'Bricker's operations.
in vivid contra I t alsOr to
Young's piiblicity is the k opera operaden
den operaden -of 'the 'other Ohio Senator--
Lausche. When Lausche wasde wasdehated'
hated' wasdehated' for' governor in 1948 he
became for the New York Cen Central
tral Central at 00,000 a 'year. When
Lausche was elected ,governor a again,
gain, again, be ,helped put through 'an
axle 'mileage tax on 't tru k s,
svhich ,greatly benefited the rail railroads.
roads. railroads.
And 'when he came.to Washing--
,
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June 27 forthe requiredsHawilian
statehood rplebiscite and the same
date for ,orimary elections to se select
lect select candidates for Congress sod
new state offices. r

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ton as Senator be was appointed
to the Interstate -Commerce Com,-
mittee which passes on rail legis legislation.
lation. legislation. As such he ,served 011-a ik
special subcommittee last sum summer
mer summer which wrote a rail bill per,
mitting the roads to suspend sub suburban
urban suburban trains regardless. of, the
ICC and regardless' of the states
merely lky posting notice tor
30 daps... It was -under UM -law,
written m part by.- the former
counsel for the New York 'Cen 'Central;
tral; 'Central; which permitted A the New
York Central to -cut off suburban
trains around Manhattan- recently,
thus further flooding Manhattan
with commuter autos.
So you Cans', understand w h y
some Senaters will be sore at
Steve Young when they .get back
to work.
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WASHINGTON WHIRL
,
governnient.hae about a
hundred agents in different bu bureaus
reaus bureaus probing Bernard Goldline,
erstwhile friend of. Sherman M MI
I MI ems. .1slot even In the days of
1 tracking down Frankie Costello
have so many', agents merged, on
one lone man.' .Despite the- ad adIministration't
Iministration't adIministration't te'Ik about integra integration
tion integration in southern schools,- the No.
Federal institution in the south;
the -Atlanta Federal Penitentiary,
remains completely e segregated. 1
Both races 4 have, their ,tsepartite
dining rooms, motion picture tnea tneatrek
trek tneatrek tell blocks. Amerman
Tel and Tel, which chalked ,, up
the biggest earnings In -' history
last January,. is determined' to
chalk up more. At- at seeret meet meetMelephone
Melephone meetMelephone subsidiary
Presidents t At 4 Pboenix, Arlx.,
Fred Kappel, LT. and T. 'presi 'president,
dent, 'president, ,told executives to go on a
stringent economy program,-- not
replace retiring emploes. jle set
a goal of 7 per cent profithigh profithigher
er profithigher than the earnings allowed by
most public service commiggions.
Simultaneously, A. T. and is
plugging for increased rates
throughout the nation.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
,
Russia's ICBMs CIA Director
Allen Dulles has confessed Ato
Congressmen that- he 'Just &leant
know how .many missiles Ipssa
has. 'Dulles said his supersecret
agency, which spends a couple
hundred million a year, hagn't
been able to find out. The esti estimates
mates estimates he has been giving Con Congress,fhe
gress,fhe Congress,fhe said, are based on
what Russia might have; based
on its known produ;tion facilttlea,
snd rate of construction. These
figures are alarming. They shew
Russia will have a 3-th-I advan advan-
- advan- tage lit Jong-range missiles wtch wtchin
in wtchin two years.

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Tokyo, Caretaker
OMUTA'', CITY411apan
Two, i, large',44- two-year-old tigers
'leaped upon At earetaker feeding
them-today, mauled him to'death
and '.broke loose Irom their cage
in the city 2oo. ---
Another caretaker escaped' and
a loudspeaker alerted 20 early
comers to the Loo to-seek,shelter.
Families. liVint tin -the neighbor;
hood shnt'uptheir
Sixty arzned policemen, rushed
to the zoo.-One of the tigers was
AIX and killed, and the other as
trapped after it had re-entered its
cage,
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CAIRO (1111), 4-- The 'United
Arab, Renublit and 41ritain opened
talks todayl at resuMing
tradb between the -two, cotintries.
Trade between the two oyes
stoPPed, alter tilet1950, StleZ ;Mfg:
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By VICTOR RISSEL, '-. WASIIINGTON --- As Senators ton as Senator be was appointed 1' t - :, 7'
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' - ''.: come back to work this :--week to the Interstate -Commerce Com-. i ,', ,, ,r.
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'Three years and Several nights freshman ,Sen. Steve Young of 0 mittee which passes on rail legie- ;,,,,,,L, .' -
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ago tour .goons conspired to dun hio will not be a populu man. lotion. As such be ,served on-, is - , ., ,- , .'.- '' i ,,,..;,'t:',.- .-L ., '11, '4,,, &- '. ,,
Rad- at a newspaper colommiC.- He has set a precedent, by pub- special subcommittee last sum-- ; i ,k, --, 1 ,, --... .,. - c-kett,-,,,,,,,-,,,-, ,,,, , i ;,-,-,y ,
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'lousy he is Olmo. Justice IS not lishing all his stockholdings and mer whirls wrote a rail bill per, .' e'lle:,4 -.r.);,-7 --'1.-- ., -, .6 , f, -7,:r.,-..-s.,.., 4, ,, . : ,, .., . .
that acia touchea olf a ehain reac- selling some, that has long DeAn urmibtatinngtxtbaeingrorsedgliatordies8usspeonfd, sulub; ,; ,. , ,,:,, ,,
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tion against the underwold's sec- advocated by another none-too-Po-
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Dna government. 1 ', ptilar --Senator, Wayne I done of ICC and regardless' of the' states ,,- i 141-7'.' 7.1----.i,', - ,,,, ,, ,,,. ; -----------.-----v -----,- --,-,,..----.;,-- 7- : -
,',,c4.- ,; '..r. , merely by posting notice tor - -A, ,,a,...,,..,,,,,,.. --.1- .1,.. ... --,..---,
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This very. minute. four store -Oregon...-
ant local Grand Juries, huncireds The- question of where, Sena.: 30. daps.. It was -under thie ,-law, --- -, ,- .,......,--... ,...i.,ar--
of FBI agents,- some 40 senate toes pocketbook-, interest stops written in part by,- the former i. -77;7- -' - , -,- i ' -!,',':-,;.....; "-
probers unner. Robert Itennedy and the public Interest -begms counsel for the New s York ('en- k,
and at kast two regional Dila-net came to an active bead in 1.94e trot; which, permitted A the New -, ..r -t., -, t 4 ,,, --,. -,---. 4 ia
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Attorneys are X-raymg tilt mube- when 7-this columirlrevealed that York Central to eut off' suburban '-.
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, from the enforcement as bill under senate Rule 12 r.,68.A8 11,4 A 11 V, .y.e a a e u rates leaped upon At Caretaker feeding 1.1 I 1 ;N., ,,,,
Stitt, item. , ,L"
t), agencies of I. thmughou tbe nation.
", some 70 Federal bureaus. From winch
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES th Inds mauled him tolieath
provides that any' Senator , ,,,,.,,1 ena y, LJUl'abtLILVI LIJL.J-4t) -1
: iiManY other persons have similarly wasted their tinte by getting them they gathered all the avail.. having a pecuniary- interest in and Throkte loose IroM their cage I.; ,; 4.1 ., - , ; ,,'. t'',, -- ,-,,' .,
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oi inboe to btlY something in the clubhouse, only to be told they will able information -oil Areas -tritest- legislation shotild disqualify him- the cl y 2oo
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have to wait till the commissary closes. ed by the mobs' money men. They self.
Allen Dulles has confessed Ato
step Russia's ICBMs CIA Directe'r
Kerr, however, did --, not
gas Congressmen that- he ust &leant' a Another caretaker escaped' and
IA t It is strahge indeed that the clubhotne at Paraiso and Santa co:ignited such dedicated experts loudspeaker alerted 20 early : 'PEST GRADEs ony ,,,,-,,,, , :
,, rruz do not iopear to be operating ungm Ouctionstof this sort. as Virgil Petersen of the Chicago aside. a e
, , now ow .many missiles R
He -,deb t d buttonhoted
, has 'Dulles sai MS jSuper-rseulsrseta
colleagueg, sod voted for, the. corners to the Loo to-seek,shelter. trstr,L )0 :---;--,. ,,, ,.. : .
:,-, ItnY items, whether carried in the commiisa ,or not, can be bought Anti-Crime and Los ,Angeles' Po' ,.", roodamalisbens t- kliuvpidetellrin 1,0- thmee14,nei,gh bor; ,,i., L 1 (::: .1 :,:,!-- q ,2, .7, ius-sT, pluas f , .. ,.
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'X Itt thsee clubhouses during normal operating hours. Dee intelligence Unit- chief Capt. Pm' ' k h
' agency, which -ctspends a couLple
I hundred -million a year, hasn't
,,o 1 i Why then are the gubordinate empleyes of the Rainbow City James HaMiltOn. ,
,:' i "TWO OTHER OHIO SENATORS" Sixty armed policemen rushed
plubhouse trained to give the customers a hard time? Who issued They then came upon the 30 in-
P been.able to find out Th e to the zeo.--One of the tigers 'was , : : , .. ''4 ,
, 1 he "commisssry item" order and what useful purpose does it serve? dustries which are infested. Start- ....
the order copies from Balboa Heights, wh is it not displayed on ing at-the top, they peeled off lay. Most people tion't realize it,
but Senator Young's stock tdis: mates he has 'been giving Con. cage, ,,,,,,, - - .grie slIkAa3kIly 1.
. e sti. StOt and killed, and the other as , .:. ,---- -, ,..,, .! , ., .-, ;
trapped atter it had re-entered its ,i4o,i -.Ai 41644, , 1,.. -1- i! :to .- .-
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4 W., ''' bee 011 1111 AM r..
I kiEn for evertone to see at the clubhouse e ilea.? .. er of muscle, money... This they
-,one report clittle ,elastlre la a sideswipe At, two '0,11- Fta!t.-1e. saif,I,, : lt,l' ,n9,
e based -, on ,.,- ,, ittlelAr4p.- i g''N'in M WI Isturto,. t
- :4 i V, N-11 curious ''-' wrapped'uptin
:do:mule ibmr.eof fulleim,...'0 c,,,ry:ra t .:11 kht a toitr.Drit uvks et bt hh eeelro
virt, ,, itti, a FAI., t .. k .? 1, 11, : ,, 'I om '-'
- while ago.
Some digging reveals that the 'EN tRAtil TALItS ''. , - Ns',,,,i,iii r&I'Ltg4LIP;MI ,:',.., ,, .. ,,, j.,,,.,., ,-,
er Ohlo'Senators-Lene-Ahe -Mari wu" um Hug" nano based OP -T7- qWif.r41 al 1 tl ,,,loyerosi ,-
he defeate its known production facilitierk, CAIRO (um, 4-- The -United "-, riV14 ,, rtrAw
d----JohnEBricker, Repub- nd. rata of construction. These Arab, RePublit and 13ritain opened ,, -.---, '','",,,',..,taylM taw- ir- ,:.;q;. :',,..:, l's,A""112,:., 1-,5's "'.; -rab."..rial 1 Mi 1 4- ', ,!.. )1
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, report goes into gerbage haulme. lican;,, the other his colleague tgures are alarming. They shew talks today.; lime' at resunling '-. , , --,---, ,-.-- .,..,,....,,,,1,,., ,,,, .., .. ....., ...-- --
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with whom he refused to walk
I wish to take this method of thanking alt the friends of my son, imports of tertain foods, construe :Ranugsesi:latw41.1114. hla,avne,get rt:Sits:6-3,illesadwviathn-. tTriiitaddhe ,betetwtoweellentheth-twe 0.1wootintkrwleas8. .,. ..,. ', ,, ,, r.,,k ,- , ... ::.
n. ttobert E. tee Anderson, for the reepect and courtesy shown Bpi). I tion in,Some areas, motel arid ho. Jr .. &sq., ea e
tel business, Juke boxes and tofu
vending machines,. general tru7k- in two years. ,..1 stopped alter tiftf1950, ,Ettez Pell', -4
' wish also to thank the many kind friends who have written me the
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ril.1so.edsiellottmutio,r,ewninteertaSinnd- I riesakei 411 bbedtitba 7,Paanti4lit ,tee. ,,Vi t; 01 -,,,,, ,,,o.tc., $ 01 - , , ,' -- I 1,,,,,4 e,',2,.- nnnl''''t 4 i "' ,. I,
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. onderful letters about Bob. 11.4,,t11.4401 , ,,, ? r. 7, -, iei, kw; I 4 ....,,,r-4 1,,,,,t, .. 1.1, , ., a - it ,, 1 0 ''' N. 4- '
' ,,,;:r, -1 wee :Towering kfront a serious 4 en tified of Ms
inmgen'tdienntinerpg. s va a
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nin:lirn.61.1nretCsoinluerm.huoef ,, ,,,
I .E. 2 0-'1.16 '19' -In '-' '''v -' tI ilt, eA 41 i., s
t riceivecl an Al t ? ;, i ,,f.v" ,N? 1
t or Jr Christrivig Dey visit to my otteir s
, units and of to e th
en, Kenneth' derson. Whe i beet dietrabittloli, liturldry
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' the cruel death.message reached me,Iwas too weak and ill to reply
I t , urs e wa cr crI
I crI front. All thig in additionsto the $35,000- 'Meanwhile the Senator ,,,
to eseh letter -of sympathy. but I Wit Ott to do so in time.
garment trucking business now
!,- ithe chairman or -s t -i
f f I else want to thank the pastor who 'conducted the services. suP151" cseruvaeedl.hiapS ,ae
being probed by the April 1 New r
ranking Member of the Senate A -. .
: May God bless each and every one of these who were so Idnd.
York Grand J hi h is not Interstate 4 Commerce Committee
t I,
I am grateful for all their kindness and heliin my great sorrow.
fooling' at alLurY' w c with great power to influence leg ,
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t I would like to make 'just one eorreetion in the obituary notice as , ....,,-,1 ,,t,g,
mg ,elecill tr.r,: ,,,,,,,-
) lialation for or against WI rate, ,- ..
.! It was oublispbd: Bob's father hid beeird'ATITE-fillears. Kennettt ,,... .-.; .3,0,....6 te kr, . . I If, a. , ts ,, b, 7, ,,,, -,:6:., 1- ,,,--,! ,-'

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.r- .-A'-'.,-, inefiTl in many or moss MHOS.
frankness. Ho worked against the
a al., aaaalact JUJU WWI (waxen ,
r Mrs. K. Elisaboth Andorson, They don't talk bocauss thoy , f .; '
I 2t15$ Ave, A, Poly. want no publicity. There's- no St. Lawrence SeawaY when' most ,
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I Ft. worth 5, Texas. sons, Itteelling And you tonst Ohioans wore for itexcept the ,$
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'past for the new play As usual, the nattret are the 8 me. For' three being handlod for tho Justice
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president regupresident of the New York Cen-
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Dopt. by tho Federal Bureau of late the railroads. Minor ''' even
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PANAMABOGOT PANAMA ,,,,- -
?Ore going to attend regardless, and hardly anybod'y else.
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very rec.ent ,past anti-trust Grand' in vivid c o n t r a I t also . to
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tuna' attirier if' Vain V A r k Young's pithilrity in thin i nrsn.s

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g would appreciate it if the Panama Railroad would publicly .
Brown bears Vail hi weight MON. SALtill 8 p.m. .:',' - ., '.."--, .. ,s,d .....- ...,Iratry. ,: ,. N',Z h AZ :',' '' '4 ''''
which club! ordered the special train firat, and would thin 'Pro.
to inform the other club that the special train for.that eleY le Themir aLtrrgell'if5Me inZica"ptinvidt11. T '"s1 ''' '1.".'.
dy booked. '. .s:ALL.WORK 90 DAY; EXCIfliSION1ARIt ,, , .,, ., ,,,,,. : .,, ,,..
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A. drive through the country yesterday did-my sight.no good, but from, groyishwhito,' reddish, 0,', AD.,' , ,-. ,,,:,,,, ;', .7. -, ,, ..,, ,, .,t,,,.,,,,.,,,..1s,,,,,,, ...., s : ,., ., ,. 4
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lit ZurbPe and Asia they )ive fre -S,.....,..4,' toti.pft
of when Tollef Monniclie, got a. tin of thant:lot,,his place, and he in Norway; SWeden. and Si- .:;,,.,t.
to me he hoped they'd.be, all females., -,t II ,
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I had fish pond in Tyter,, Texas. and raiset1 fish to stock a acrose:rfhthe all the, way to ,, ,., 1 q ,IA,.'.;
streams nearby. , .. ..
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Sorry this writing is ao bad, but will try to do better blind'. ()idea. northern Iran'hnd Tuikey. . Across from 'Coca-Cols
e next time. ci Baciclopsill& Britannic& ,,, at Franaipapi ,. ,. Ar r","--- .

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dn. tattlefa golpilstoitd in tite order received. ona government. pttlar- Senati-m, Wayne I Morse of ICC and regardless' of the states - '' 1
, Flinn kyr filskeep fat letters limited to one easm,kosetk, This very. minute four store ,Oregon 4 merely lky posting a notice tor ,
- Wont, Closter smilers b hold in obistost,mootiinnee.4,1, ,k and- local Grand Juries, huncireds The, question of where, Sena:- 30. daps.. It was under thia -law,
Ilk newspaper anomie no responsibility der iontomeots or ,ittations of FBI agents,' some 40 Senate tor's pocketbook interest stops wrItten in part by the former "7 7--
premed kr letters front readers.
zr, i-, probers unuer Robert Itennedy and the public- Interest -begms counsel for the New York .Cen- 1 ..s .",'s'-1;;41. .7'.
- oest, -44 and at least two regional Dittrict came to an active bead in 194(1 trill, which, permitted the New ,-,-, 7 ,
Yr b ,t Attorneys are X-raymg mobs. when ',this column'l. revealed that York Central to -cut off suburban t-av g4.
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Newest, and for lite moment Sen. Elmer Thomas of Oklaho- trains around Manhattans recently,
the most dramatic is the Justice ma hod been speculating on the thus further flooding Manhattati ,,
Dept.'s anti-trust drive in 30 in- cotton market at the tame time with commuter autos. I ,,1 4
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Tbe:Pan ma an- or men., c a mg s se ecte y a
can,- AssociatioN, ,.:Iormed ;, few artist hiroselfi;',1'hese paintings
moutheago: with the 'main tobjec- would"- be exhibitett ,at the Cultur,
tive, otietrengthening4he',,hondsf:ot al .repter for theutet week mit
' friendstiyi thetaen .the 'oceple '4:of loWing,,,t :gale-,',openitg,',' to which
bath geontrieS'',',b bringinp iiruf iiivitakionslwitkz Osstied,'., among
a betterAnderitimdbig, of the 'Ad". ethersv,- btf-the 's President of the
tures Of ,;eack,:; inaugnraterirs':, Republic; '',''' Minister .,; and other
neWly"; Scquirocr CultUral .4Center;, beada "of :diplonititic,inissions 4 lo
located' On:Avenida Panama;!' and Jeading dignitariet
in Iipp,roximattelir twa tuteeks. al,,tha..,.eitnal:, Zone. ; ,:
: .; tinderstood that the par.
J'or OceaSion,;and :46!iteetit licipating: artists .wetild 'notJfe
With the stateCobjeCtlitei Of, coMPetition ,with each- other, and
:the:Organization,;the,,..board ,Of di- hat there wotild no :prize Of.
. reetors has. decidett most,:''aso feted nor..eng Official appralial
proplate': to :sPoneor,, an 'exhibit ,of made' of;;ikthet;,,p'ainting,r, ,T hey'
'pamting's by, leading :Penaniaolati would Ae: epatributed. by;-; the:: ar!
and Nottitkilinieritanertlats tisC, purely On: theInterest of :pro.
ing the, 1110ting betlrfmtintrOtt;;under,
It- is' ,etiFigionvi,t4ROcfi,A10' ,stand04 411,41tieluktiPtirt be
exhibit would: incinder'Ott& dr ,twck noted i,thtt ,,;Offital?Itrograin
' of ,:the ,best painting& at ,eich' vtliteh
te cortimemoritte: 'the ,Occit
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' r ' 'the third, Cultnra 4ctiviTty
., 8PgemPted: by -?...the Pena manian manian'
' manian' , , , !' .'Y jr.ilideferitalLkagr1110140.4
:To -AT ress :: Its presioni spetisoiships Wire
' ,, , the' tteert.,'gi,ketrat the 01,ymole,
Stachnm iftho,'Ilpited''ttats
"Of goree Band, 'land the". presentation
, : r Atthe National.Theater,Of ,Fede.
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City' Touth elt9r; Spanish and ,Englisif, mi
Sponsored,- by the --Rainbow 7, City eonseetitive --Alights,- by, i4he
Civic, -CMukil'4ill' bold theil9ns- .r ;: r, ,
fellation ,ereeemnniee, to, Ithe etudt, BotiOthe oneert by' tbe
ball the 1 Rainbow' City ',High' Air, Forte Band at the Stadium;
Schoot-tOmorrow : 7:30., O.,. 61, ,and .theatrieel, experi.-
, t fr ment 'staged St-th(Olitional Th.
Judge ,Loren w,111 ater, drew :,strong.. public, support.
be the:',-gliist speaker! tor toe
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State, Department spokesman
atittlif today he-hoped a pobliehed
, report. that,-Seeretaryof.'' State
;John Ppster Dillies expects to ;a ;alum
lum ;alum .to'
spolosm as; 6preas
ficer.tincein7,4 Wijit01 sgid be,' 'Aid
hot 4 It ave. any !Onformation to
either eon-firm leet,deny. the. re,
iport.,'?.by-',4difalo)riatico writer, that.
mers At.,Aoberts in the Washing Washington
ton Washington post i
J. Roberts quoted, 4"persons a'
positiort as laying Dui DuileekeitPeets
leekeitPeets DuileekeitPeets kto-restime his ;job in
tianc te gd, ,tty East-West
Torelfig k Ministers ',, Con,ference
acheduled Jo.open "Say 111-in
He aaid Arkterg' 'believed 'that: itt
Massive .-ran exposures .7 had re reAirdecr
Airdecr reAirdecr 1)ullee; abdomitial cancer
'auffiejently.!.tee,, hi rettirn to
hi atoost at least he ;i me ",
.;4. Vilite-repolitett hie ,earlier;state'
ment-...th at 4he:,dtictorit were hope hopeftll
ftll hopeftll Xt.,ray treetmentaAtad
'terded the, tancer,:'Dullvis recti-neratiott4
)trotwtthe '4,rtattnentar,',Ot
the Hobe 4ound,...Fla home.
, Undersecretary of.: State ,,C. Dou
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Reliable sources: said earlier
'the,Aaveek that Dulles expeeted: to
decide,by wheter he Watt
able Jo ',return ,to dutieti.t!, Otte
source Aose to- the, situation salh
,oti v it,. seem ed41.ta, little. eariV,'"
forrtplies to,have,;pacte 'tip, l his
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time two butstanclini.films will, be
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covering. just. about' eviery state $o
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.The 'second::: it; 'tlithudoti;',tialt 'tlithudoti;',tialtlog
log 'tlithudoti;',tialtlog in South ,America,",,, a true, and
eolorful.'story ot- the. ones that
didtet get' away-and 'should' be, Of
interest ',to. all fishermen!:, 4
Both films a r 'presented
through : the courtesy, pf !Ban ,,, 4-
merican Airways.'
'f Servicemen r, and their' 1,1aMille
Ss' well as the general public are
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tuh.41..eadori. Tra inkig
Pregram Begin, Tonight
s, "The ability Of the Boy -Scouts
Of America ,.to fin tt tie c -e the
gmwth and:development of a .1)0Y
depends to egreat extent44 upon
Fthe .educatiou of tht leaders', in
the. pkillS of leadership and their
knowledge..of the. purposes,' prin principles
ciples principles And techniques of thelr injobs,-
Carl Widen, chair chairman,'
man,' chairman,' of ,the'.' lead-rship training4
training committee of the 'Canal
Zone Boy dScout. Council, said to.
day.in' introducing, the ,cub, lea&
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The t training ,prpgram,, begins
tonight; Wednesday, on both: aides!
of- the- isthmus., at 7., pm- '" 1
iti' designed 'for,all tub:scout
leaders,,--:,1. including cubmasters,
assistant, cubmasteri,' den -;',.moth-'
ers,flon, dads,T, pack-I cominittee,-
men, institutional representatives,'
Parents. and members of orgaol orgaolrations;
rations; orgaolrations; interested 7ounger,
tor, Scout' progrant-4,-
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-,--On; PaCifie: : side -4 the:: first
Session will ,,he held ,tonight in
room ''',16t," the,;Junioe, Cellegc
building at ;41,alboa; subject
", be 'The Aehievenient Plan7
and 41 -colored,: DIM DIMs'rin'anCotherrilsitat
s'rin'anCotherrilsitat DIMs'rin'anCotherrilsitat aidiC:john
gough': will be:the- bistruttor,r
'--TheAlist-iiesion on 'the.Atlan 'the.Atlantie;.
tie;. 'the.Atlantie;. side bn held:in the ,dar ,dargarita
garita ,dargarita 'Service Centere:.. ti-e 6 o n di
floor'i 'and' is entitled ',,41What, Cub
scooting- Is." -Wiberg,
Henry,. :De toes and Dr. )3ernard
Pin be tboinstrnctort.',
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These' 'are the first'', in Seriei
ot eight scssions tn 'held each
Wednesday ',night for !'the x t
few, months., The first ,phile of
three ,','session.i Avill;i''..coveri :basic
traininr, and -; the "' -second el phase
; Provide '-- additional ovecialix ovecialixed
ed ovecialixed training-in, program planning,
Pack the,, den
,ineeting; the pack;- meeting,-.- and
'den, motherden chief relation,0111Pa-
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A fee oi $1 for.. die hasie irahi irahiing..
ing.. irahiing.. series and' '15 cents ,forc'each
additional', training sesion 'will, be
chargedjo cnvor the cost It Ina Inateriajd,Ter
teriajd,Ter Inateriajd,Ter be. profdded to the stu students.f,
dents.f, students.f, 4.0 4:4' A:t'
certifiCates
will beranlardedlOrileatil
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IpIDIANAPOI-Ii;',ind.,:,(1.113i);...-
The-1, eatk., of .the AtountY rderk
hilti -ybe inurder triaLaof 'Connie -,
Nick as .s, yesterdaytjuSt,as ',.k,She, :,,
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was'''. about" to'?..telOiner'lorrest ,: ''..'
Teel: ,her. rover of !;i5., yearsi7waS
shot to." death. :: ,',',!. ,,.,,.::? : ,, ).; .'
:' judge Thomae 1,,,Inaulconer, re: !.
ressed the trial for 24, Mrs'. ''.:.:
-1 GoVij-. garold , W. ',,,, ',Handley :,,:
pro mpts13;,; appointed': it r. new clerk A'
and Mrs...Nicholas will', go,,becit On ',':
the witness ; stand,ii,lhit4norn- ';.
ingl,t',.,",',,, ',: --;i' fi ..:',-.. 'p. : :'
1 :,:.''.-,.',-;5 ,,,.7:,,,.-'2" .:; .-,
I .Mre.,;,4fichlai nA.1 had '.,,. the -'' Jury .!
, hanging,- en her :every -word Jues.., :,i
day,.. as :!'she, resched...lhe; point ',in 0:
her -,story.,here 'she wet' ''to de de,
, de, scribe 'Pulling out a tiny 'gun as
'she satiWith,the ,Ell :: Lilly; :atite ..,
president- in ,,this.: front :idet of 'bit
Cadillac.:,;',,.0. '14 :1,..;,', ', Jo '' :
,,,...Slie 'vac- dliappointe4 et the de7 ;
ley; --'-',4',i;,..,,44,4t p A,', -is ?.'. ;
'.'qm readyi,,th 'go -.0h,". she' 'sit& ,,,p.
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' Jut, before the ,trial,as io be
reaumed.;yesterderai, courthouse. -;
functionary ,:rusliedll,intioAnitlilcon, :"
er's office 0.tO ',declare all courts ,c:-:,'
were:' closed't,becatise :of: the death
Ad Nutty s,Clerk ,liartl,1 -Oasper, ''
S1';' Nisi; 'office itandliie. court en.
tries,,,and eiders.. :,
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'rlitillOOTIer,;;'.irlitatefrlind ',this- :
teredrait !first leane&,teurard going F:' 4
sheens 'But-, after tel,'Iuddle.,. with 't
the' attorneys,: sit woe decided bet -s
tii., Chance !: a legal.; fumble., ..-that 1;,,i
minim undo alt:the'.work so far. .-,
The jury, was z' called in and told ,..
tar there, would- bes,. it. 24'11.0yr re,: 44
cesa. :''':' 4i2 '',: T7,:, 4'4". : 7, ':,;;;
,Mrii,:Nicholasittald 'ithe. 'had re- f T',
.,eeved 400. or 500. letters from the F.::!
public and that ,',411,, but 1: two. of ,: A,'
theM 4!'wished4rne. well. , ;:i ; ,.
o', She 4ild the bad gone tO high .,.
School ','with,-heet',, defense' lawyer, :,
Charles' gyinmesil but Adidn't know '.,
him then; y-. ,, 1.,,,, :7.. i 'il, ,,
, ,'11, atit a ratherj, eby.,,person,'!, ,' ;,i
she saidv j.I., .--A.;:.,V,, i".. ,..,' ',, '.. '. I.?, ',
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'rwenty nine Paralso members
of the Civil 'Defense:Volunteer
corps 'received their -,gracituttion
cerdficates yesterday in 'belne
nursing. s -r"
graduation 'fsercises '.were
held at the kligh Schooi in Parni Parniso.,
so., Parniso., Miss len4 A.- Marshall 'was
thetAmerican Red Cross home
nursing instructor.
Mrs. Rogers; wht is the Amer Americatc.Red,
icatc.Red, Americatc.Red, Cross chairman Ihr the
home .Nursing tours, ',was the
guest of,honor. 6
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WASHINGTON- (tiP0-- The Post
Office k Department !las ,,decided
that Francisco Goya's fathous 155-
year old nude painting, "The
Naked Mile," it obscene,
rnled, .That -United Artists
could. not send through the mail
colored: postcards' proinoting' a
movie of the same name on one
side. The other side,' features
Goya'sj plump likeness-of the 're 'reclining
clining 'reclining Duchec., of Alba, clad onlyi
In an,: enigmatic 4emile.,,
The ; department ,was' unmoited
byi arguments that T,
1804 portrait hangs In ,,Madrid's
world reknown Prado Museum
and that the, painting has been
raproduced,on stamps, no less,
Spanish postal' authorities,'
It also paid no heed to, Untied
Artists Vice President Max E.
Yoangstein., He an affi,
davit, last .menth ,that ."there
little doubt that Francisco ,Goya
was one of the greatest ancrmost
respected p a in ters that ever
,
, Herbert Warburtoni the Post Of Office
fice Office Department's general ,come ,comesel,
sel, ,comesel, said he ban ,was put into ef effect
fect effect last Friday when United ,Ar ,Artists
tists ,Artists tried to mail 2,000 ,of the
postcards 'in the, New York City
POgt Office.
"He said postal officers In New
York asked for a ruling on the
cards and that forma hearing
will be held here tomorrow,
Warburton said he was ,not
aware of a flood of mailings of
'the technicolor postcards from
the' Washington Post Office here
last Tuesday,
"That's Ithe- first I've heard 'of
he commented.

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' Rent, Lucille Bishop, Justina Dix Dixon,
on, Dixon, Clarisa Flemmings; Elmitine
A. Garnet, Lucille Joseph, Win Winnifred
nifred Winnifred James, Rosa-Robinson, Do Dorothea
rothea Dorothea Spooner, Doris J. k Melia,
Rosita A. Thome, Et,hlyn V. Thor Thorbourne;
bourne; Thorbourne; Carrie -.M., 'Furner, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy L. Campbell, Lucy- V., Campbell,-
Natalia C. de -Tavis, Wilma
E.-Daniels, Glelidi EA' Farrell,
Linda .M. GOrdon, Elsa V.. Ma Madrigal,
drigal, Madrigal, Mars& ,L. Morgan,. Sadie
M. Sinclair, Nora 1-E. Johnson;
Violet P. Weeks, Mabel R..
Eula E. Williams, Elea.
nor 14. Small, Illene r. Pilgrim.
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;-,t' Patients City
'The Panama Methodist Church
will bold special services on Sun Sunday,tt:and
day,tt:and Sunday,tt:and Monday in robservance
of the 42nd anniversary of ,the
missiollary and ministerial career
of the Rev,Ephraim S. 'Alphonse,
superintendent mirdster of the
Panama Methodist, Circuit and
Deputy Chairman of ,the ,Central
American Duitrkt which includes
the churches 'in Panama,i Colon,
Bones .del 1Toro and Costa Rica.,
Tbe teverend gentleman who
has distinguished record of
Christian service was torn in the
Province oil Bones del Toro on
June' 24,-1896; 'rhe son of John B.
and CArtlotta ,Reid Alphonse; l he
will educated in English and Spa Spanish'
nish' Spanish' and was enrolled at the' Ca Calabar
labar Calabar Theelogital College, in, Son Sontembet
tembet Sontembet 1924iand was graduated in
1926.
The Rev. Alphonse 'began his
mission work among the Valiente
Indians-hon April 12,. 1917. Con Con'verted
'verted Con'verted under the ministry of the
great 'Methodist preacher the Rev.
Mortimer C. Surgeon on April 12,
1916, he entered the Methodist
Church ,on October 1916. On Oct,
ober 19, a9I9 he met and married
Miss, Philibert Hyacinth, Ogilvie,'
who during the years of Its col collegn.
legn. collegn. life, was la chargi of the ,Va ,Valiente
liente ,Valiente Indian work.
, Services on Sunday, will be at
9 i.m. and '17:15 pan., On Monday
evening at 7:30 p.m. thete will be
a ."Thanksgiving SerVice." Furth
er details of the services will be
released later.4 The ,publie, Is in inTtled
Ttled inTtled to,Attend4111.,of thei services.

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Kishi here on a stumping tour
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Miss Davidson is presontly in hot. iunior year of the Universitr
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t lon Two at Littlo Creek, Norfolk, Va. He was redwood as a civil
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rate celebrate the statehood of Hawaii
jointly, with the Fourth of July
will be discussed.
All members art urgtd to at attend.
tend. attend. Reservations must be made
in advance with the secretary,
84-3135, Pacific Side, or 08-511, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side. Prospective members
are welcome.
Rainbow Girls ,Obserlie
Obitgation Sunday
Seventy-six Rainbow Girls irom
CristAbal Assembly Two attended
the morning worship service to together
gether together at the Margarita Union
Church Sunday, which was ob observed
served observed the world over as Dbodga Dbodgation
tion Dbodgation Day or all members et toe
order.
Ddring the service Deborah
Ruth and Donald Wsyne Mann,
children of ,Mr. and Mrs. David
T, Manns. were christemd by
Rev. Theodore Franklin. Mrs.
Mann, the former, Donna Jeanne
Humphrey:10 a 'past. worthy ad advisor
visor advisor of the Cristobal liserribly.
Godparent .for Deborah' Ruth
are. her uncle, Donald 'Humph 'Humphrey,
rey, 'Humphrey, and her great-aunt, Mrs. J.
O. Barnes of Ridgeley, W. Va.
Donald Wayne't godparents are
Mrs. George A. Walker, his great
aunt, and his Uncle, Bruce W.
Mann, of West Fairlee, Vt.
The Rainbow Girls attended a
no-host luncheon 'at the Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Service Center after the serv service.
ice. service. Garden flowers in rainbo
hues decorated the tableo. Those
attending the luncheon were
Marguerite Engelke, worthy ad advisor,
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White,. Irene Meehan, Judy Grif Griffon,
fon, Griffon, SandraJones, Estelle Davi Davison,
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Daugherty, Veronica Blennernas-,
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Rita Goyer, Ramona Anderson,
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Mel;y Eng le.e, Pamela Johnston,
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lath Delath Ainsworth, Patricia LaWr LaWrence,
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Scott, Conchita and Charlene
Gravel, Patricia Resheter, Gayle
Cruce and Christine Bath.
Joining the group lor lunchconi
were Mrs. Jean Bleakley, motth
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bow Rainbow DAdy, members of the ad- 1
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Kurdish threat to Iran.
Informed ourcis ; in Beirut,
speculated that trete' of the
Kurdish tribesmen could be the
forerunner ol anyl one. of four
things: y
' joint Soviet-IricVbacked
move for an independent Kurdi Kurdistan,
stan, Kurdistan, move which would play
havoc with Iran and
Syria. All three countries have
large Kurdish Minorities. -4
Soviet- rainect, Kurd trihesmen
could be going intojraq to fur-1
nish new cadres of 'trained party
members for the Iraqi Iteds.),,
Truman Sniakstut
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Former President Truman blast blasted
ed blasted What he termed hilted in go governinent
verninent governinent in a 'YeglefdaY',10-0
fore an overflow Crowd at the
University of California at Los
Angeles. 4
Many false chargee are Made
against individuals under the
cloak of congressional immunity,
the former chief executive told
.a crowd of 2000 at- Royce Hall on
the UCLA campus. Another 12000
students had to be turned back
because of limi.ed seating...
-"One of these immunity birds
once called me a traitor and Gen General
eral General Marshall a traitor," said
Truman. "If General Marshall and
I are traitors, this country is in
a helluve fix. 1
Truman said the course of hys hysteria
teria hysteria in government extended from
the pre-revolutionary witchihunts
up to the House Un-American Ac Activities
tivities Activities Committee.
He described the Committee as
the "most Un-American thing in
the country."
Truman returned-. ta Kansas
City after the speech, promising
to consider accep:ing a short shortterm
term shortterm post as professor at UCLA.
"When 1 get here youl may be
sorry," he cracked to Chancellor
Raymond Allen.
Burroughs Corp..
To, Expand.. Activities
Thronghoui France
BurroughS Corppratiori ex expanding
panding expanding its MalltilaCtUre of
business machines in France
with the pnrchase of a 110.000
square foot factory, located on
25 acres at Viller-Ecalles, 14
mile& north west of Rallert. ac according
cording according to Ray W. Macdonald
vice president, International
When in full opera rt. the
new plant will hate atv initial
employment of approximately
600 people in the fabrication
snd assembly of Burroughs 10
1Cey adding machines. Machines
nroduced at Villers-Ecalles will
he d st r b ute d throughout
France and international mark markets.
ets. markets.
To be outfitted with the lat latest
est latest machine tools and equip equipment
ment equipment available. plans calU for
the factory operations to begin
by July 1.
In addition to the new plant,
the firm ,has factories itt Pan Pantin
tin Pantin and Romainville engaged in
the production of adding ma machines,
chines, machines, accounting machines
and electronic equipment.,,
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Scientist. commend that you toe.
trol roaches and ants the:modern
with Johnston?. NO-ROACH:,
Smelled Net where' you want it, ihe
eolsnles. seating kills these pest&
.offeetite, tor month.; limitary,
and' easy la ese. I ea.. Ski 'pint
$1.0. Get NO-ROACH at Selloi,Viata,
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store. DI.t. 'by La Riskayna.
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4The Kurds could be aimed at
stirring up trouble with .1ran's
Kurdisn minority Pernaps
the long-term goal of, overlrow overlrow.ing
.ing overlrow.ing the sheh of tram Iran quashed
such an attempt,: several years
ago,
could be trained .1foil
workers destined for the northern
Iraqi city of -Kirkuk and a role
in any -contemplated Iraqi nation,
Rhaetian of the Iraq ketroleurz
Company..
Port Said-, rzOorts said tne
Kurds were Russian in-origin but
most,, reports ,here believea 'Any
were the Kurds who have been
refug'ees in Russit,since their 1046
uprising failed in northern .11111.'
Their leader, ,ilusapha Bgrt
zani, who held ,the rank of, major
general in the- Soviet, army- and
was-leader of the -revolt in Iran.
returned 'to Iraq- after last 'July's
coup and has ..,been friendly with
Iraqi Premier' AWOL Karim ,Xas ,XasThere
There ,XasThere are 000,000 in
Turkey, 400,000 in Syria, 2,500,000
in' Iran,' and '1,500000 in- 'Iraq.
They were promised .self-delerm
mination in the -1920 Treatr,ofi
Sevres Which- tbe war be between
tween between -- the Allied powera and
but, the Ater ?rest'', of
Lausanne which carved ..up 'the
Middle East left theni-otit in'the
NU.to Wait 11,1
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quote
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' WiSHINGTON-1-The' Wile' Ot Yor Yormer
mer Yormer Rep. Whet' th-Burdick,','Whbn
she received word from' a,friend
of herthusband's tha' the 80-yearold
former lawmaker was in, Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota and had not tlita,ppeared!
"You can't imagine ply l'ellef
when this man called." :
' OS ANGELES-4-Former ,Presi ,President
dent ,President Truman. -repor:ing he was
for a good scrap in the next pras prasidential
idential prasidential elections and"adding;
"I, hope they nominate a certain
fellow from California because
he'll be the easiest to lick
't
urnz ROCK, Ark.Gov.- Or Orval
val Orval Faubus," warning Ihe federll
government that he woold not use
his police powers to force any
federally ordered integration of
Little Reck schools:
"I don't think the peotle-of-the
city are in a mood to take in integration."
tegration." integration." ..
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,
WELLINGTON,' N.Z. .U.S. Un Undersecretary
dersecretary Undersecretary of Stet C. Douglas
Dillon, reportinu that the South Southeast
east Southeast Asia Treaty Organization has
playetii0Olta,frrote in the fr
world deTtihe System: ,, r
"Onlrin, the; upside-down I
guage of international, Commu Communism
nism Communism is SEATO, t anything bat a
purely defensive alliance 0 a -"'
NEW DELHI, IntlitP. N. Me
non, 'Indian press Chief, telli g
newsmen -his government'S at 4
tude towards news con'acts wi h
the refure Dalai Lama: 1
il
"We will not ptit any undue re restrictions'
strictions' restrictions' on the Dalai Lates,11,
WELLINGTON, N.Z.U.S, Xln
MARRIAGE COSTS, LESS
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TOKYO (UPI) It will tat
Crown Prince Akthito far less ols.'
be married th;s week than it did
his father, Emperor ifirohitos
1924. a comnarison of the,,twot
wedding celebrations revealed.
The expense for, Akihitotr wed wedding
ding wedding is expected total about EIJI EIJI,
, EIJI, 000 and( this will cover not only
the ceremony but also three daYs
of sumptuous banouets that will
begin three days after the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. But, when Ilirohlto was marrleg
the bill came to nearly one milr
lion dollars.
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SCHOLARSHIP
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- The icholarshin commission in charge ot choosing the successful ;
candidates for the scholarship' of flefineria panamil, SA. (situated ,in
Las Minas Bsy. Province of Coln), to' lake specialisation or poet,,gradusto,'"'t
studies. in colleges or universities in. the -United State. of Americti.,,this
decided to continue receiving applications until May 4. 109., for the
five netV Scholarships adjudicated by PanamL LA. 011,411730;
,
Theo. scholarships areN for Studies of inectalitation in Petrotaum
Chemistry. Petroleum Enginaerine business Administration in the
petroleum field. and other cOurscsQrelated tits the' petroleum industrya
' Intereste4 persons should address their applicMions to;

PanahIL LA. col 307
Theist scholarships areN for itudies of ipecfallimtion,pin Petroleum
Chtmlstry. Petroleum Engineerine or businest Administration in the
petroleum field. and other courseE.related to, the' petroleum industrya
Interested persons should address their appileMions to;
"4 Ingenielo' VICTOb J,P- FABRICS, IS
,' Secretario de la Comisin di becle '
' Actineria Panamd, S.A. ., '
'Apartado 5270 1 - 4 fs
, "aflame, P..'
ete scholershitut, consist of a monUy allowance of $25000 and an
ann found trip between Panami and the University., The duration
of the studies will, be m required by the university and determined bY
the scholarship committee. Upon completion of his studies. the sttdent
will be orAiged to work for the refinery the same length of time as the 1
duration of his scholarship.. provided the refinery" required hi services.
he will be glven the same salary ond working conditions al foreign tech.'
nice! employes commensurate svilth, relative expeslence

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dummy' the queen, Pete earofully
ruffed diamond with the nine
of trumps ,and ledsthe five. West
played and dumink 'with
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ruffed b'r pete's 'last trump. and
Pete went:to,-i' dummy With the
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lowed allowed ,Pete to discaid, losing
heaet.-- NOW Pete, spades were
good for the,lest of die tricks.,
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wit a safety, play :to guard
against' a 4-0 trump' 'break and
then kvben', all ,,Litarpond olaVs
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stritiuldering' beau- :
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ferect offerect Sam- toVeng a big raise If
1)&11 sign 'Until, 19607 They think
the sitw can'turrfor' years if the :
cast is:kept -up to par. Singer
Jeannie 'Thomas, who was "Miss 1',
'Virginia? ins 1956, ill be one of
jhe ;entertainers st. a shoW '-', for
King. Baudouin. Of Belgium hen s,
visite,Washilitton in May. The
,divertissement w 11 present ,i'lresh. ', 41
young ,American,
Natqliken (her husband,. is, the a.
creator of ,thit "Sgt.' Bilko't show) ''
is recupefating after surgery in
Mjidison Avenue', Hospital.
f Night chili!' waiters :wish -'they
Could' get through to the city's : .,
agitated taxi drivers and teU them
to stop "Avarrying about the city
tax Oa cab rides. The waiters point
out that when the federal tat on
night, club checks first 'went into 4
effect they had the- same fears, ,-
but they've 4 learned' that gratui gratuities:
ties: gratuities: Example!'7. gets a :
Oheett in night club wilh a S5
arge. ',The check, with
federaVand city tax added, la
$12.50 instea,d of $10, but. the ens enstomer;
tomer; enstomer; tips: od, the bails 'of the
higher figure-4o a-1; r per 'cent '"
tippersaddi $1.8511 to the tab,
teati of $1.50.,
-Celony'reguleas were delighted a4
to ,see'.- Frank Chipman, just out
, of -the hospital after a heart ,at- :
taek, l'inching-with his glamorous
wife, ,Gladys Swarthout. ,.Faye
Emerson '-appeared at Earl Black- :,
-well's champagne supper party at ,
The' 1,40bster ,.(iffter -.the premiere
of 'the, new,Marilyn 'Monroe film)
escorted byt, wecithy .Enrique Bo,
)anes'ef ,Metko,' City. But rz the
Yery text:light she dated, her
steady,'-',Jac ,, Walker. .You'd w
never lave guesses. ,would you?
Buek,, Barri: kiipwn 'chiefly as Ina InaInger
Inger InaInger of ,41The-Platteri" and other ,-
, rock 'n',roll groupp, is a nephew of 1'4,
the Ine1,timei great opera star,
Rosa- Bilge, Re's also a 'member
of the California Bar Association... ',1:
The drama' pa oes announced that '-:,
Melly. Mono the nOted,, Yiddish 1
comedienne, will .returri'' to the
stage, for the, first time in:, 10 a
yeari.' She almost made It In 1954
L when she was signed for: the mu- : 41
Steal 11'fallall", hut was replaced
before ,the Broadway opening. 4
Miehael,' Wildine; who has been --,
heard 'to rsi,ve bent the cooking 4 ;al
of his bride, &mint.; obviouslY ,"
isn't paying pretty comp11,4
ments. 'Friends fear. he may eat i
h, imse,H out of show busimss, he'.
becortie, so plump'. :'.11eneatt
ers of ,"West Side Story"
there are Mall of themhive tico
thing-but high 'praite for IDevra
Kerwin; the latest replacenient ':' ;-s's
the, role, originated by Chita 1114,
Vera. She did equally well when .4 -,,,
she 'leek over .0-Gwen Verdon'a
4rt. in "Damn yankees." ,;

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' :WHiTE7CANE 'DRIVE Carlos' Rodgers, repreeritative Pan.
ama nn. the Liorur international:Illations ,committee presenti
1.' Gov, William E. ',Potter! with ;the symbol bt.the ,White Cane
r marking the, beginnininf 'the drive- all over,the world .The
: presentation took place at the Administration Building. -Lions
International spontors the,,White Canrdrive-1.11 over the World.
: at this time of the year to Oise tunds toilelp,thebliod in, their
particular community. l'he Balboa, Lions' Club And the Panams;
s, Lions' Club, are cooperating in the local (101'02:They
representatives in Ettlboa, Cristobal,. and Ctantbett; atthe, com comi:.:mistarietnn
i:.:mistarietnn comi:.:mistarietnn April it and' April,,23.' :

REAbli, Va. -(UPD
Pistol ;fire .froM a :Maryland
fovernment boat. raked a fleeing
irginia fishing Adory ,yestereay
killing on man and wounding an..
other .in a bloody renewal of -the
1.75-year-old- Potomac River -'cly.ter
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$11t5T:, BAPTIST "t
Ba ibea Heighfi
- The "Show Yeur ralth" Sun Sunday
day Sunday School attendance campaign,
at he rirst Baptist Churcn ol
Balboa Heights, coo:Inues
its secend meek thia Sunday!?; it
9;30 a. m. This campaign will last
for',the month of ,- April .reaching
' out inte the community for an en enlarged
larged enlarged membership.,
,f :The, first :Sunday Of the
paign saw 801present inSunday
,School breaking an all-timc re record
cord record for-the. church. The goal 'of
540 was dwarfed by this large at
tendance.,Eiton F. Vickers, the
eduestional director; is congratut
lating all :who- had a part in this
,leting all who had a part in ,,this
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'This campalfn is diffeent in
that instead o the, usual drives
J of one Sunday this strives to hold
" bigh sustained at'endance for
a'whole month. The "SflowYour
Palle! theme is -to pledge to ht
present during the four Sundays
in April. The campaign is led by
Ceti Serger ; as campaign' mans mansger?
ger? mansger? Mrs. Olin McGill as campaign
secretary, Bob Snyder as Sunday
School directot, and. the depsli depsliment
ment depsliment superintendents. :

' BONN, Germany (UM --Chali,
cellor Konrad Adenauer assured
thr nation Wednesday night he
rent to continue ,wielding his
strong leadership over West Ger German
man German affairs even after he moves
up to the presidency next Septem September,
ber, September, ,.... ,, I, ,., , ..
' The 83 o year 0 old Chancellor,
speaking to the people over TV
and radio,, brushed aside the idet
that the presidency must be a fig.
urehead Jobe He 'declared that the
"rights and duties" of the post
"ale much e,reater ;hen one usual usually.
ly. usually. believes." It, ' .- ;. "-
, Adenauer, explaining his unox unox1
1 unox1 parted 'decision to- quit es chin chint'
t' chint' tenor ,and run for -,' presidency,
,' stressed that be, wanted to use the
president's post "to insure the con continuity
tinuity continuity 'of-' our policies for many
yearet. i, .- ,, :: w, .;
' 'The'''''ChaOrellos41 'firm speech
rointided with reports from his
friends that be agreed to move
upstairs to the federal presidency
o only, on, 'condition that -his basic
'domestic and foreign policies re remain
main remain unchanged thee he name -the
Intl(' head of 'goiternmenty:, ro 1
, Adenaver, meantvhile, tereiVed
' Vice Chaneellor ind tC0116111te
' Minister Ludwig' Erhard one of
' a 'half-dozen tandid'ates mentioned
. to succeed the chancellor. Inform.
, ed sources, ..' however, said their
'talk wit limeed to erranging for
trherd to sit in for Denayer when
the chancellor goes on iteration in
Dal:, slior'.1y. i, ,
, Pdeneuer angrily retorted to at attarks
tarks attarks on Alm and his policies in
British newspapers, some of 'which

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Maryland; TideWa ter 'Fisheries De.1
pariment hearing' the har
nor awe ,--wnen ,anoinki kia,roi
,iront,.. of its 'boC
Zliarvey King; at; iWung. the 120-
Doraepower, out
snarp awn, but ofticers openeo iire
1 wita 31 calibre puma.
Ole! huge passed tnrbugh the:
tderkeiet;, 'Muse, di, ut
(Att.. OrOivp, him in inetantlywAnothe.,
etantlywAnothe., inetantlywAnothe., Kin4; of:Colo of:Coloplat
plat of:Coloplat
.,!: tnirik, passengiir,,,:4ohn Griffith
ot Ciak,i0ro,e,;,gwnied the; boat
into tile., narbur wnere 7::Maryland
authorities are: hot
M'arylandokficiali,said .Lhe: inen
ha,C,0,40,14tiqging 'oystiiwCiticgai 'oystiiwCiticgaiIy
Iy 'oystiiwCiticgaiIy :near the shore of
,kotrimoc..-Grixfith said ;they
had :only gathered : a few: oYs,,ers
wan:tongs as 'prescribed by, latv.
Marylargi law prohibits oYster
,dredg,ng at monttary, to Pruden.
con serva ti on. !,but Virginia : -allows
nisp14,has leo to Sporadic
shooting Ion !,,,iber Maryland-owned
river,: .; ; ;:-
Vesterday'a gunplay ,caine
tho '',', Virginia Senaie ratified
:compact !designed to end the an an,
, an, dent ',,oyster which: :started
in 1785 'when --George' Washington
and Maryland representatives sign signed
ed signed !,' a compack, giving--, Virginia
equal fishing: rights: on tie Poto Poto,
, Poto, kingr ,fair'i Condition"!: RC,: a
Predericksburgt,i',...Vci hospital,
piloted!....an,- oystering bOat r into
Monroe Harbor here ,.Dec 8,1.958,
to.; harrage,of shotgun.. fire troth
- a- Maryland: patrol,.boat in a pre previous
vious previous hurst of violence in the dis-'
Virginia, authorities that time
refused !to,. release King. and his
two ,companionsr-f to Maryland to
1 face, charges illegaie dredging
and Maryland. :Shortly abrogated
the old fishing compact.
i,resulting suit 'in the
!Si! Supreme-, Zourt- led., to' the
new treatn! which ,still must 's be
ratified. by. Congress. ;i

WHO WILL' tOUNT' THEM?
NEW ORLEANS ITIP1)-,one of
the largest inilk coin deposits in
history will be, made at the! Fed.
era Iteserve Bank here ,,- today
when an t armored tar delivers,
1,241,815,, vpennies-,, collected by
school children, hi' the Alabama.,
Mississippi Conference of tpe Sev.,
enth Day! AdventilktsAfor, f ,new
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had'allegia the chancellor bad be become
come become ;,1,1400-.-61d'.!:, for politics.
The'.-, Chancellor .:, declared-. :he
sometimes A wondered, h kt h e r
"there' are tot somewhere .. some
Wireputiers.' who diligenti3ri try,. to
damagtrelations between the Brit British
ish British Pcon le Rod -the German rea reapie..
pie.. reapie.. end- for international political
reasone .. -,,,' -.,,..,, 4 ,. 1.. ..,.
,,Aefilatiff --lildfelkie-:, clearly : in
his nationwide,. address ,.. ,hat he
would 'be it ., strong president, 'as
compared with-Ahn, incumbent,15-
year-old Thebdorlierss. Heuss has
considered ,,,tihtr." post'7 I -.symbolic
an4 ceremenial Ontr: 'Si :' '.
.',$1111te-Viewit:'nf tho, federal gov government
ernment government In Internatimiat nuestions
tl
wit 'not chance I, 'one letter dur durIng
Ing durIng the.- cdinbutlelearSg. 0. also -, not
dur g Ube :coming :neriod -of tar tarferenceS,V
ferenceS,V tarferenceS,V Adentuer... assured his
lietmetel.1 ',.. I; ,,. -, :,. ..
, 'rhe Soiialitit topposrlon, howev however;
er; however; placed Is.1ac different : inter interoretattolf,
oretattolf, interoretattolf, On the;Adenauer ,. move.
The Socialists,termeloit',"the etuf
of, the AdenStt,tera" snol eisimort
the clieneStior 'was. being ',Ilticke4
rostaire'''' belose., of cl,riel an
tiemoCralle.tarty A dissatisfaction
with his policisq; ;J. t ,' ''!.,

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, Dame Margot Fon t y n,-
famed British -ballerinar" is
due to arrive Panama City
I tomorrow ''' noon to join her,
; husband,- Dr,' Rbberto Arias.
' She is expected to stay .bere
about two weeitsj
The baberina-arrived in San.
Francisco yet,terday from New
, Zealand -utter:- tippet-an e
, there and, Japan.
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IsC3ITS Sztrd:
For PErl3v 13 1

The Robeet Po Quick.
, mission 'eounselor for Lutheran
work in the Caribbeatt,Irel,
leave the Isthmus by, air Satur Saturday
day Saturday to attend the -third Latin A,
merican Lutheran'. Conierente in
,Buenos Aires."
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Joining en route pe, Rev.. We Weter
ter Weter Dorm, mission countelor -uf
the Lutheran..Church Missouri
Synod for South America, he will
so,op off-in Santiego, Child, for a
oneday. visit.-
The conference 'will convene-in
Buenos, Aires 't Monday through
Friday.' Present for the. meetings
will be Dr.. Franidin Clark Fry
of New. York.lpresident of the
Lutheran' World Federation, end
Dr. Carl E. Lundquist of -Geneva.
Switzerland, executive secretary
of the federation, .,,s
Besides 'rePresentatives of the
Lutheran churches throughout La,
tin America, a nuinberof Euro Europeen
peen Europeen church leaders will. also at attend,
tend, attend, whose' churches sponsor
work among newly settled im immigrants
migrants immigrants in Latin America. :
After the close ',of the confer conferenc.
enc. conferenc. Pastor Gussick will return
by,way of Brazil, and Venezuela
to visit schoolcend siminories in
Sao Leopoldo, Porto Alegre,. Sao
Paulo, Rio de Janeiecr,. and,- Ca-,
races. I

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WILMINGT6N, .).,Dost!AlF1.)An I
explosion btadlY aadaniagedwethel
home of : a 4iegro familvins. sub suburban
urban suburban Collins Park, last night,
The home' was the lira', tiecupled
by a' Negro in the,, previously .811-
whi'e, community:,
The- explosion kblew the tack
itoor of' the 112,0001 home,;about 25
fenti ecrosarkthe-oeerslawne-deveol:
tehed:q, the ftitittliert tted ottlititiged
the dining-and,
George E ,Bayfieldi 46-year-.
old laborer! his wife,,....Luelle,- and
theIr teen-age, d &ugh! et ivere not
at' home when 'the blast occurred.
Col. 4ohn Ferguson; super-,
intendent of thaii Dolaware ,istate
police, 'said that, the i hives;
ligation is ''com,pletett f. the,',! blast
would be regarded ,o111 "a. mishap
of tin-determined
State pollee. would allow no one
including. ,to enter
the home because it was feared,
Oft first; floOt.,4 had been under undermined.,
mined., undermined., i!,;
The Negri.). family moved tnto
their,'home last, Feb.- 23 touching
qft :demonstrations ,bv about SOO,
persons in which windows were'
maehed and Rsvfield's autonio autoniobilit
bilit autoniobilit wag. dani.,iged;,.,!;. f
3fri; Itayfield,'.vowed family
would, 'continue : to live there no'
matter 'what' 'happens.:

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" Initofior pi krince Philip, Duke et Edinburgh, On hiisvisit to
the Isthinus,' the,-British- Panbassador atidTLaay,,Benderson
give p- reception at the, British Embassy At six .o'olopk Suntiky
aftergoon,lhril ;9- r--; '!''
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4 limited numbir Of intitations yin ba extended for tha out outstanding
standing outstanding social event, r v t
. :
' British, diplomatic stiff MeMbirt,-nolderi of Britisn decors,.
tions and presidept of societies contacted' with Commonwealth
activities will be fotmally presented with their wirei.,
Malt will ba, provided; by band of the royal picht
Britannia:,, :v -.,t !- A ,, I

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BALBOA LIONS CLUB presddent:;elig Blumber congratulatei
Mita .Diane :Vestal on her selection as queen to represent the
Balboa Club in the corning regional conventibn ,ot district D,
:Istbmia,-which -is scheduled to begin' Priday, April 17: The
. Queen's Ball is scheduled tor ADril IS at the Tivoli Quest Reuse;
' Miss Vestal is a local girl, born at Gorges Hospital, and educat-,
ed- in Canal Zone schools. She is a toember Of the class to be
graduated this :une from Balboa High Schobt Herparents are
'Mr. and, Mrs. R., T. :Vestal ot Balboa.

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Angela, de Romero
Irene Antonate
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''',, LOS ANGELES' (1,1P1)The
year-olg ,mariying "Ding Deng
Daddy of die D-Car Line" said
from his jail, cell today that be
doesn't semember aU' of his : IS
wives but he knows4e loved dem'
"Most' of my marriages weii
on impulse," cherubic, looldng
Francis IL Vat Wie said. rAll- I
wanted was companionship, u 1 t
like someone to be k with, to go
to, the movies with -Someone end
to the park." e '
'The roippoly timer San Fran.
else '-streetcat conductor who
served two brief:terms in jail for
bigamy was back in jail, this
time for breakin :terms of hie
1953' parole which ordered him
not to engage in'any more mat.
rimonist pursuits for Seven years.
, "One thing Van Wie wanti
everybody to know," the: 3-tuut
I-Inch man said, "and that's that
I never never married a woman
for money, ' '
h "I can honestly say that," he
maid with a touch:of pride. "No
woman ever had 'to work for
me.. Some of them didn't' have
any money at all, and I tot& care
of them."
Van Wie married wives No. 17
and 18 In the pelt two years.'
rBut I loved, 'ent: all when "I
Married them, evety One of
them:"-he insisted, "Ilut then
I'd,wake up and realise I'd done
an aka thing. I didn't really
love them after Ili, and, so I'd
leave- and; marry someone else."

Japan s Lonely Man. 1
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To. lose Ilicknamor
Ilieddhiglomoirow
TOKYO OM. Crown Prince
,Akihito, ,Japan'i, ,"IonelY man."
give up his nickname when
he marries tomorrow, but the epi epithereon,
thereon, epithereon, may fall on his brideto-be.
Akihito acquired the nickname
from' "The Lonely,. Man," a con controversial
troversial controversial book describing hie life
of,,enforeed secluaion,,,,,From the
tired be, was three, years old ,,tbe
prince has, lived apart from his
'parents, surrounded by chamber chambertains
tains chambertains and imperial household, offi officials.'
cials.' officials.' That is about to change.
condition- of loneliness will
disappear,in Ow days," the 25-
-yeargold terowq4psdnce I. laughingly
told bit; elasamates during
a reunion. r ,
Akthito is looking forward to
s life grated with more compan companionship
ionship companionship and warmth .than he has
had'in the past, Michiko can- ex ex,pectless.
,pectless. ex,pectless. ; it;
Tights alimp-oofteepokeni girl,' &MI
ketvaimener" ehoket0 tomahare the
throne in 20centtlries,,- has lived
her 24 years in err atmosphere of
wealth; informality and, ease.
Beginninc'April 10, what she'
wearOwhett she, sees ,her parents
and friends'. end where she goes
DO longer will be matters for her,
alone oto ttlechle..
Pageant To Be
Staaed So urday
,
't Porbiso tivm
,,,A.pageant,rentitled Heaven
BOUM" Wilt Staged' at the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso dym at al p.m. Saturday.-
The peageant 'under the di directimi
rectimi directimi of Mrs. B. M. Thorbourne.
Atmerintendent Of the National
,rChurches' In Panama. i
Tickets are on sile-end can be
nurettased from 411110, member of
the Gambea Baptist Church.,-Pilees
are 50 centit 'for adults and 25
cents far children:131.14J- 4
The chartoztere hyliteneageant
will demonstrate'the fight,
tween $atan'tott themidvea, They
are loioneYing-to.lietrea end the
(tern tetnnta them to ea with him;
In the rfight,,'.some rare -lost and
lome ate saved.
Along with...the "tiageant. to,m;,
choir.. heady; "bv B. U. Chris
of Santa Cruz', will,give leveral
Inumbers. ,

Gamboa Golf Club Car& and Mrs,- IV. S. odintot,
Pions Fish Fry : Mr. and Mrs. T.-E Oglesby, Ily
-,-The Gamboa Golf Club mak-land Mrs R. A: tarqubarson sad
ing plans for a free fish fry to betMiss de Wit,-
held' for-members at- Ms Gat
Club area Sunday, April 19, Start, -7 I
ing st 11 .a.m. -
Meet'
ngs ,,
,,,,AlLatembers,.their families and , I
guests art invited to attend... Writors League
-- Writers-photngraPhera de0 Pot,
Sir land 1--a.dy Henderson fists are invited to attend moat-
Entertain at Embassy ;, 01 die Armad rorree WrilAre
, 'the British Ambassador and League this evening at 7:30.18 the
Lady :Manneron entertained at hbrari of the Stalbos
'Embats yesterday ae t :
luncheon party. -'' The program include a
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-e't ;, workshop review Of -nroso and

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luncheon pity. The proaram will include a
,
't workshop review Of -prose and
Guesti included Canal Z e poetry, and discusspna orlile
,Gov., and Mft. Within Z. Pottir, mechanics of script ,writIng 1
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Gov, Williazn E. ',Potter! with ;the symbol Of 3he White Cane , .. .,
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leave' sod:'111217.7 :someone else II ,, ,W- Ci -ij-.!..;,..,:- Y
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Switzerland, executive A.secretary . 9 30, p m 12 30 aitrt ,
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MIALvDiane :Vestal 'on her selectiOn as queen to represent the from 'I,I'llie Lonely,,,Man,"
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izmunnic pursuit JAW peven years. 2 4, e :: t,- --. ,, r ,e-,,,,- it --".- -, '. r -,;- 4 '- ''"
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mission 'counselor s for ..,. Lutheran ,),.,...,,.,,:,),,,,,,,:,,,,,-,!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,",,,,,:,,,--,,,,,: : ,, k-iOni thing ,..Nran',, Vie wants -, , .,.
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c.' ''.;'-'1VHiii;JC-Algi'DItlirlt.Carloa Rod;ers. ken' reieritaitve '0...f 'Pan.' ,L . .. 4
, Married them.. ' every ,- Ana elf '. '-, -Y

um w Dal L.11.11;1 ALI Idhe coming ,regional convention ,ot district ".9 .11r Ilitweirke I
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;; .Istlamia,t,which -Is scheduled to begin' loildaYp April 17., The of t,enforced seclusiomo,From the ,
tim4 be, was threff, years old tithe :IV .0& & A 1 Moduro
Ok .- ' Queen's Ball la scheduled for Afiril IS at the frivol' Quest llou et'
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primp, r nk; th,,-...:;rorfuzitu: !parents, surrounded by ebaimber11
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y I gradu,ted this 4une pom Ba, IbRa High Schopl, Her'parents, are cialst That .is about to plunge. roestr,614"7"1"4""
Mr. anck Mrs. R., T. Vestal, of Halboa. ,,- owl?, enntlitinn tif ltinolinont will

mr mrs. E., T. Vestal of Balboa. ,- condition of loneliness will
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:.t,.. e i.i''.iH':,Wl: 4 I t. ,,!..n. 'town,. possengur,,..ohn Griffith The home' was the ,firs', Occupied t.. ,
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. at :he ,First Baptist :, Churon r ot conservittion!,but:iVirginii:allows Col. 4ohn :P,',' Verytsont super-., -,,.(, r's.. ; dooA : : .' '.', ;7.1' '. ant friendsl.and where she goes t : f 4," : ::,- :
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of 11 games.'
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both leagues, They were 4-7 against
American League rivals and wound
un, with atfoverall, record of 1145.
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record, winning only nine of '26
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- Defending ihampionlim Riley will face the 1959
tournament medalist Dr. Herb Mitten in the finals
of the 1959 Pan American, WorldAirways golf
tournament af the Gamboa Golf and Country Club
Sunday, 'April 12, with' the match getting off the
first tee at 9:30 a.m.

nle first final round match will
tee off at 8:00 cm. with Molco
Wheeler and Ed Studebaker facing
each others in their Seventh flight
- match. ,
The championship battle will see
the red-headed Riley.trying to re retain
tain retain the PAA title Ithith he won
In 1958. There has' been a two yPar
break in the PAktournament. The
man Riley tZeat for" the 1956- title
was Mitten.
These two very fine golfers have
locked horns in the finals ,orthe
1957 Lucky Strike tournamant at
Gamboa with Rilpv winning: In
1955 Mitten and Riley 'tied at 'tbe
end of 72 boles in the medal olav
Mercurio Isthmian Amateur with
Riley again winning in a sudden
degth play-oft
'Riley holds 1111101v succeqgful
record over the long hitting Balboa
dentist, but during the nlav 41 the
1959 PAA tnurnament Mitten has'
dominated play with some of the
finebst rounds of golf of his career.
Both men are long off 'the teee'
and a long putt here, nr a, migaPd'
six inch putt there,-could mean the
1959 PAA championship.
, Free cocktails and, a buffet lun luntherm
therm luntherm will be sentod at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of play. Presentation nf
prizes will be made at thP conclu conclu-
- conclu- eon of the luncheon, All Isthmian

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Miller High 1110
Toomey

A multitude of golf ispirants as assembled
sembled assembled at the Fort Amador Golf
Cpurse last weekend for the open opening
ing opening round of the Miller High Life
Invitational Tournament.
A field of 220 participants de descended
scended descended upon the course to chal challenge
lenge challenge the inevitable dry Season
bounces and the lightning fast
greens.
The shot-makers. leaning heavily
Ott, their established handicaps,
tednpleted the4first round of play
whit excetiticinti low pet scores.
The following are leading the
pack,

J. Costello 4
Schwartzrock
Travis
Dorfman t
yeager
Chadvtick
McConkey
A. ,Kline
Pena
',Crichton
W. French
T. Jacks A
Kascher
A. Tapia 't'
C. Bowden
H. Carr
H. Fe Idt
Hinkle
A: Minor
L. R. Rice
W. Stielau, Jr.
E. Sullivan
H. R. TerrY
R. C. Walker

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golfers and dubbers are invited to
pin the festivities on Sunday.
Pairings and starting times for the
final round matches: are:-
8 a.m. Seventh Flight ...Malcolm
Wheeler vs Ed Studebaket
8:10 a.m. Siith -- Gwrge
Gregory vs Mike Zpmbory..:.
8:20 a.m.-Fifth l;:,lrlioht,
Purdy vs Bob LiChanelle''
8:30 a.m. Feurth Flight -'- Cur Curtis
tis Curtis Schwarzrock,,. ',Hartic 'John 'Johnstone.
stone. 'Johnstone. ;4':!.
8:40 a.m. Third Mfg Id G.ene
Askew vs Bill Grow.;. .' '"
g: 50 a .nv Second', Fliiiht 4p,-; Jek
Whitelaw Vs.4ack Stuart.,
9 a.m. Ladiesk First': Flight
Edith Stevenson ve Helen:Owens,.
9:10 a.m.t. Ladle?, Championship
Fliqht Ethel Perantiivti Pearl
Trim.
' 9:20 a.m. ,Fiist:VFligilt '4. Jelin
Crichton vs Jeff
' 9:30 a.m. ChamPionshii$
Doctor.Herb
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Giles Announces
Umpires For NL
Opening Games

A ton,routtti battle ittf 'Cittomnions
will Ito staged 7 at' the -National
Gym Sunday Melt botwiten Pan Panama
ama Panama hantomPtoloht icing Manhat Manhattap
tap Manhattap Kid and Colombia'sArnulfo
Pedreros (Sammy M. 'who is
flywaight.,,,and b 'a tt tantweloht
Monarch. In his native lank The
goainto 116 pouittit.At4
Aianhattan Kid is en 111Year 111Yearold
old 111Yearold vounaster who is undefeated
in "Win I,outs as a ore.
The vigitor. a ructooel 22-vearold,
not his nicknania from Pan Panamass
amass Panamass once-groat Sammy Medi Medina,
na, Medina, who was a favorite In Calm Calmbian
bian Calmbian rinos saveral years ago.
Sammy-It arrived on tits isth isthmus
mus isthmus last ThurAciav and has boon
training at the National Gym. His
rival. a native of Colon. has been
- working out at the Colon Pons.
In the Abt-yound ttemifinal Car Carlos
los Carlos Cantillo end Rafael (Toro)
nrathwalto will swap leather at
115 pounds; Cristino lams and
Italy McKay meet in a four fourround
round fourround pralim at 122 pounds and
in the curtain raisar, also set for
four heat'. Fligio Pontiies Damp.
es Jose Pacheco at 117 Pounds,.
Owlet admission is $1.

.CINCINNATI, Chia (Urr",
Warren -e. Gilesr presidellt tihe
National League; today announzed
the umpiring assignmentujor,,the
1959 openers. !',g
The team of Jocka-tohlan, An Angie
gie Angie Donate Hi, Ken Burkhart and
Tony Venzon,will handle Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's opephig',,ge me ',between' ; the,
Pittsburgh Pirates and,,, the Beds,
at Cincinnati.
The same four umpires will
handle 4Pittsburgh's, lipme opener,
tomorrow- italosi the Mifwaudee
Braves: fii, the', eller,
ers, Al Barlick, 13111'41ckOwbki,'
Shag Crawford and Vic Delmore
will umpire the San Francisco
Giants-Cardinals mighalete at
St. Louis; Dusty Boggess,' Tom,
Gorman, Stan Landes and Ed
Sudol will handle the Los Angeles
Dodgers-Cubs game at Chicago;
and Frank Dascoli, Frank Secory,
Hal Dixon and Vinnie Smith will
umpire the Ilids-Phillies, mot
game et Philadelphia.

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Los Angeles Dodgers,
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Philadelphia

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NEW YORK, April 9 (UPI)
The New York Yankees and XI
waukee Braves were favored to,
day to meet in-, the' World Se Series
ries Series for the thhIl straight year
The world champion Yankees
are, odds-on 5-13 favorites to re repeat
peat repeat in the American League
while the Braves are 6-5 choices
to annex the National League i
pennant.
The Chicago White Sole ar sec second
ond second choices in the American
League, at 8-1. The Broadway
oddsmakers rite, -the Pittsburgh
Pirates and San Francisco Giants
at 4-1 each to N,allOnal
League flag. 4
The odds quoted on each team;
,
American League
New -York Yankees , 5-11
Chicago White. Sox' 3-1
Detroit Tigers 10-1
Cleveland Indians ,, 0 ,10-1
Boston Red Sox 16,1
KanSall City A'11', 't."' .100 1
Baltimore Orioles 1001

1001
Baltimore Orioles 100
Washington Senatots,, A 100 1
Na,lonat: League

6-5
4-1
trp-1
2') 1
25-1
100-1
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Opcning-Canie itehers
Probable 'Attendances
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Weather Forecast&
THuRSDAY
, Loagus ,
Baltimore at WashingtonHarsh WashingtonHarshman
man WashingtonHarshman (12-15) vs. Ramos (14-18),
1:30 p.m, Cloudy, cold and like likely
ly likely rain, 25,000.
National Leagu.,

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Pittsburgh at CincinnatiKline
(13-16) vs. Purkey (17-11), 2:30-
p.m. Clear and-Cool, 33,000.
FRIDAY
Boston at- New YorkBiewer
(12-12) vs. Turley (21-7), 2 pm.
Clear and Cool, 25,000.
Cleveland at yKansas CityBell
(12-10) vs Grim (7-7), 2:30 p.m.
Rain or snow, 25,000,
Chicago at DetroitPierce (17.-
111P,s Bimning (14-12), 1:30 p.m.
Partly cloudy and possible show showers,
ers, showers, 40,000. '-
(Only games scheduled)
National League
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (night)
Lawrence (8-13) or Newcombe
(7-13) vs ,Roberts (17-1,4), 8:05
p.m. Coot And possible 'rain, 25,-
,
000. d,.0)
Milwaukee. at Pittsburgh-4132bn
(22-11) vs Friend (22.14), 1.30
p.m. Clear, 34,000.
Los Angeles at ChicagoDrys ChicagoDrysdale
dale ChicagoDrysdale (12-13) vs Anderson (3-3),
3 p.m. Cool and clear, 25;000.
San Francisco at St. Louis
(night)Antonelli (16-13) vs Jack Jackson
son Jackson (13-13), 9 p.m. Cloudy and
nor, 25,000.,

C,Ootest bliti..OileS

ForMercurio Trophy

Last. Saturday morning, the(
two'teams that are, tied for hest
place in the PWGA. Interclub
tournament, clashed at the Sum Summit
mit Summit Hills Golf and Country Club.
Despite some remarkable scores
like Ethel Pqantie's 36 on 4he
front nine, the Fort Amad o'r
team and the Brazos Brook team
Were. all exen it the end of 17
holes.
The Contest,ivould have been e ever
ver ever if Connie Bishop, Edith Ma Mathieson,
thieson, Mathieson, or Ruth Tortoricci had
coaxed a put in the hole on the
18th. However; there were three
close misses and so the two
teams will again meet at Rock Rockman
man Rockman on April 18, the day fiche&
cled for the regular PWGA tour tournament.
nament. tournament. Since this year's intorclub tour.,
nament is team best ball, and
there are strong players on each
teams, thit could go on all year.
Thil teams' memberd are:
Pt. Amader
Nr. 1. Ethel Persona.
No. 2. Cennie Bishold
No. 3.Pearl Trim
No. 4 Jean Sullivan

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GULICK GOLFERS .;.4 ThiS, isAhe tearn 'Which' will represent Fort Gulick' Ahe'll'anatna,,Arined
Forces Golf Championship; a baheld May 7-10 at,Fort Amador; and Fort Davis.., Low Scorers the'
playoff rounds ware,, left to ,right,'Lt.'CoL Robert H. ,Evans:'with a 72-hole-total 'of .330; WU WUson
son WUson Morrow, 332;-.CWO Ben,Dooley, 334; Sfc.' Gilbert Adler, 341,, and Cpl. StepheqpKocb, 343.
, s- s MS. Army' Photo)

STANDING
,
Tea ms Wen leat Pet,
Pericos .",:; 8 1 .888
Macaws .v 7 2 .778
Ocelots 7: 3 .700
Pumas 16. 3 7 300
Palomas 1, II .100
TODAY'S GAME ,'
Pericos vs,' 0 Macaws
(Marcum) I ,-1,1441telehart)
,90.6",,M
Backed Mr a marvelous perform performance
ance performance by '8114 Feller" Robert For Fortune,
tune, Fortune, the tourney's strikeout king,
Macaw downed Ocelots 8-1 yester yesterday
day yesterday before the largest crowd ever
to witness a regular game in the
Fastlich Teenage Baseball teaelle,
!This defeat eliminated the Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots last year's champions'
from the race in the second' ball
and left only Mgcaws and the
league-leading Pericos In -the "iun-1
ning, These-. teams today will de-1
cide a tie game they, played in one
of tlie second half encounterie,
A victory by Perko! wM give
them the second half title and also
the right to' meet the Macawsfirst
half winnersin tbe best-of-three
games series: If the Macaws come I
up victoriously this afternoon both
teams will be deadlocked and an
ulditional match !will be necessary
to decide the second half.
Potful Sensational
Aftre a layoff, Fortune reappear reappeared
ed reappeared in, great form. Displaying speed,
them curves and gameness,llobbv
fanned a record of 17 batters.. As if
this were not enough, he got, the
most Important hit of the game o.-e
a three-run homer way over th
leftfield fenee which keot the Aric-,
tory out of reach front the Ocelot&
It was his eighth fout-bagger.,
Roy Bettis., Bobby's worthy ri rival,
val, rival, also looked very sharp. lie
lost the match in the fifth after two
outs when Bob Smith and Doug
Priester got back-to-back singlea
and Fottune'clearect the fenee to
climax a four-run deciding rally.
Catcher Bob Smith, who ,'got
credit for 18.putouts; didi an out outstanding
standing outstanding job. as Fortune's battery;
mate. De ,, alsn drove in the run
which gave the, Macaws the Mar Margie
gie Margie they needed to win the 'desk.'
Firstbaseman Douglas Priester
made the (Abet three outs' for the
Macaws, and accepted nicely a
solid liner of the bat el LOUIS
French-.
Only Bettigand Worden ,French
gave Fortunetrouble. They got
two hits apiece but two of those

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Besmapoll; lionts:
(Ooper

DER vElt (UPI) Zors rot ley,
the classy'. heavyweight fighter
from Chandler, Ariz., lookedlo lookedloward
ward lookedloward Henry Cooper of England et
hit next opponent todat after
scoring an impresive.: victory
over Willi Besmanoff.
Polley. won a unanimous
lion over Besmanoff, of MilWatk,
Itee, at Denver's Coliseum Tues.
day night. Besmanoff hardly land.
ed Bond blow as Follet put up
a' "'tent defense and blasted. the
squat 'german from' everr angle.
wants to even a score
with Cooper, who defestedfrthe
Arizona Negro in London last
year ip a controversial decision.
Coopee is Ow second-ranked chat.
tenger f,,for 4 Floyd 'IPatterson's
heavyweight 'rows, and trolky is
thitd-rsakeiL 4. 2

safeties were of the scratcli varie varietY
tY varietY ',:"
Ocelots scored their only run in
the first inning,on a single by Bet Bettis,
tis, Bettis, and a hard ,double by Worden
French. ltfaaws, tied the encoun
ter in their halt of the stenza,
thanks to a single and a stolen base
by Frank Reichert and a, single by
Bob Smith that resulted in a booted-play
by leftfielder Ted Ibritton..
V' ESTE AWAY'S"' ESITL4
Macaws 5, Ocelots 1
Ocelots Ab H Po A
French L., es 3 0 0 ,0 3
Bettis p 3 1 2' 1 3
French) c 2 0 2 9 0
Anderson a. lb 3 0 ,0 I, 0
Rudy D.,,ef 2 0 s 0, 0, 0
Dubbs rf 2 0 0 1 0
Albritton Ts, lf 3 0 0 0 0
Anderson 2b 3 0 0 2 0
Moses Chit 3b 3 0 0 0 0

Tota ls t 24
Macaws
,
Relehatt, F., ss 4
Smith e , 3
Priester B., lb
Fortune R. 'p 3
Finleson J.: of 3
Chase F., 2h 2
Wilson J.- 3h 3
Beek G.. If 2
Mfunts VV., rt 1

Totals

1418',6
11'0'1
12180
1180
1101
0000
0000
0100
000,0
1,-1, 6, o

24 21.1 2'

Score By 1,111414i
Oce lot 100 110(10-4.1 4 '2
Macaws. 100 040 0-5 ,7 0
,
StIMMARY Earned
1, M-3, Frrors: Albritton, Moose&
Hotherun:' Fortune. Double:
FrenCh. RBI: W. French,. Smith,
Fortune 3. Stolenba.ses: W. French,
Priester, Wilson, Reichart.:Left on
bases: Ocelots 4, Macaws' Strike Strikeouts:
outs: Strikeouts: Fortune 17, Bettis C.7Bases
on bills: 'Fortune a; Bettis 4.. Wild
Ditch?, Fortune 2.Bettik W-4-rFor4
tune, 1,4-Bettis. Umnires: 'A: Aloil2
saw Frank teviart., Scorer:, Fal0M0
.Time of tame: 1:45.
t
Pearl Triin Wins e'
PVIGA
Championship

I Standings
Mauricio

1 ',earl Trim's fine scoring In the
four rounds of golf played in
ithe 1959 PWGA Handicao Jour Journatnent,'
natnent,' Journatnent,' makes her the Handle' lp
Champion for 1959. WinnerS ,a0d
Runners up by flight are as folo
lows: ,,'
) First Flight "' -,,,
,,, . Hep Xt.
Pearl Trim (Whiner 13 272
Sy Iva Carpenter '' 12, 285
&mond Flight ',
,-, Harriet, Serger (Med.) 18 280
Beverly Dilfer :18.236
c, Third Flight ? i 1
Elizabeth f Weber 18 292
Jean 'Sullivan 21: 295
,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,o',Fourth,Flight .,,, 7'4 l'
'Ruth Daniel I ''''' 28'287
lielen ()Wens ,,,' 23, ',294
l-t : ,:, '. ilsiftit? Flight' .', l':,2:'
limn Clare 4 IR,l' '' 32 1 308
Doris Loser; ,', s,. 31 328
A prizes, will ,, be liwaeded, at thel
'next monthir,,PWGA tournantent
which will be held at, Rodmati og
Saturday,,Aptil Di.', -4, ,, V s,i
t,,',;.'!,, ,, it,,i,t,,,,., Jo, ,t, Y e ,,'
Yi:i
1 TODAY:. ENCANTO': 25.' 15
,n4,,,,,,t )vAnoot -. sivs.a, r ,s,,
',' -Itod Steiger in i, r,
o'ACROSS, TUE BRIDGE,
'',' Michati Craig tn,',
4 "HOUSE Or SECRETS i
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By L'LOYD BERT JIOSE. Pil

Standings W Pct.
Mauricio : 8 4 '.667
( 6 3 .667
'Baby Arango,,'. 6 4 .600
Pine Sdi 6 5 .545
Cerveza Balboa 0 10 .000
Todays game: Diapl vs Pine
'S01.
- Mauricio tied ,Dtpal for the
lead ino final! game of
season with a -to CVictory, over
the Car v e is $ Balboa squad
yekerdar aftemobn at Santa RI RIGeorge
George RIGeorge Roberts limited the
Sportsmen to only six hits but
nomers bY !Tufe", 'Lopez and
,Vane51,:vAiktaan-4 spelled doom
dor$ ',the Beerment, who suffered
their, ?,2nd consecutive- loss.
, Lew Hilzinger ,,, went the route
in gaining his eighth against
three losset He. is the, league's
kcp winner'l rz
, Bases pn' hall to Lindn and
man in etheAirst-frame and Lo.
pezowering homer on the right
field stand gave ,Mauricio an ear early
ly early lead.
The,: Beermen drew dose
the secondOvhen Aikman erred.
On Bravo's .triple to right" center
and scored on a 'wild pitch.
Mattricip's half of the seiond
Castillewae hit by, one of Rob Robert's
ert's Robert's pitches' Aikman drove, one in into.,4
to.,4 into.,4 17th Street two runs.
Franklyn was hit by a pitch. Lo Lopez
pez Lopez .11 double to center, ad advanced
vanced advanced to third on the throw .to
the plate and a c or ed
Hilzingetoa' Short e fly. behind first
,base; ''
Cerveza rHalboa. tried to coke
back,, ICI the, gamel Guillermo
'SteSentf legged opt a bounder to
Ailimani, moved Ito second on Hil Hilzingerrs4,second
zingerrs4,second Hilzingerrs4,second 'wild 'pitch, went
ti!rt4birdii3on Perez' infield hit, a
smash Inter second of which Lin Lindo,
do, Lindo, made 'a beautiful backhanded
stop; and. sated -on Vives' error.
Bravo sent Franklyn deep to left
for. his. sacrifice 113riN
Guillermo $tevens and Tufo'
Lopez each bad two hits in three
trips te the 'plate..'Also tontribut-II
ing An the hits, :were : Perezo, Bra Bravo,
vo, Bravo, Mena; Adman, Hilzinger,,
Malcolm. and Vives.
Cerveza nelboa 020 002 0-4 5 2
Mauler() 340 000 x-7 6 4

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600ioyt;,,:t.v.iotliino

.PHILADELPHIk.,(UPI)Solithi
paw Curt SinlitnobS of the Phila.
delphia Phi pies, will undergo sur surgery
gery surgery tomorrow., at Temple 'Vol,
verity Hospital to; removal of
loose bone frament in his, ailing
left elhew.n.,,,
kDo'etors who examined
Tuesday at the 'DepartmentA
Orthopedic Srgery at Temple's
School of Medicine 'said removal
of the fragment would- offer 1"an
excellent chance ,of recovery."
Reult:'

; BV TIM. MORIARTY,' '.
NEW YORK, 'April
Although baseball purists 'will ar argue.
gue. argue. that snring 'exhibition games
mean notbing, the A in e'r kan
League Wound,,up with sit the bon boners
ers boners in this year's tuneups;
'- Three-A-L. leame----the Baltimore
Orioles, Boston Red Sox and Chica
617ibite Sok4inished with better
records than the Los Aageles Dodo,
ers," who headed tbe Nations)
League standings, '''
- The surprisincOrioles 'toupee sit
major league. leama with ,a 17;
won,and-lost 'mark for flits-, snring
training grind and weresfollowed in
order to" the Tted Sox (16-11)., the
liThite Sox (1440) ank the petroit
Tigers (13-10).-:- 7" 4

The Badgers, although thev Iola 1
their final two Wort leg to the Mil.'
waukee Braves, flotahati ;deo
Kt.. standings with 13-10 !MC.
erd against mole rliiieue:tem rliiieue:temgetiticat,Theiro,tiosest
getiticat,Theiro,tiosest rliiieue:temgetiticat,Theiro,tiosest loam i
vats were the PittsburghPiretes
(15-12), Francisco 'Giants
(14-13) and Cincinnati It'd i115-
15). ,-1',
The,Amerlean League 'elk) hind
un on top in the inter-league-remnetition.
winning 60 games and Ina..
40 aqainst senior loon tenlna
The Orioles batted 118'404114 XS-,

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s in econ a

''tie ----,"717-
'The' Little Leaguers that repre represent
sent represent the' Elks '1414 Lodge of Bat.
boa won the big game of the see'.
ond half when they dosvned 'the
Gibraltar Lilt team T to S. A
large and spirited, crowd witness witnessed
ed witnessed the gamo'-at theiLittltfteegne,
Stadium oill,dilllitrkt HIghwaye,
,
,
Cncket Newsr',,

le'
COLONThe Surrey C.C.,, pact'
setters in the Atlantic Cricket
League chalked ; up another
tory last, Sunday,,and the, pro,-,
cea dealt a severe blow to the
championship aspirationt 'of one
et their closest 'rivals,- tbs. strong
Wanderers p.c.
,
llostile,, bowling 'by R.
na (7 for '24), sided ,hy' A, Den-1
mis (1 for 18),'' J. Brathwaite (1.
for .34), 3 arid Si- Campbell (0, for
17), subdued ,to.' some ,extent the
Surrey' batsmen. Neverthelesa a
total 'of 100 ruria ',WAS obtained,
thanks to the. staunch defense -put'
up, by R. Waterman (24), "Bob "Bobby"
by" "Bobby" Drakes (21.),, .,11. grannum
(19), mnd George Carrington (17).
In their 'turn at the wickets the
Wanderers batsmen were very
quickly overwhelmetrby ';thit ac accurate
curate accurate bowling and, flawless field fieldbig
big fieldbig ,of, the onposition. They, were
able to Muster ; ,only riins
fore the side ,wal. dismissed..
;.
The l'top iim-getters; 4ere: L.
Bowen 10. G,',Atherly and P.
Bowen 9. Por Surrey. Cheater. De.
Seize bnwierr,oix ',vdekets for vit.
runs., 'A 1Chrckent)7flewitf 2 2' for,
19. anA P. mignottit 'for 10.. IN,
nires, O. Phillins and Math Mathews
ews Mathews officiated..
'
'In' the 'other 'Itame ,of Int
playod at Mount lione l'alut 'feat 'featWir,d
Wir,d 'featWir,d the, Exceloior :And., Midland
'611)0.. high seorest.' predominated
RFO Midionrila inriuvo, vieleoC141
'Imo. Reerel anA
Grovei eoeh ritiAo',"0 rung -LP.
'oovven Jr. '19; .. Ill.'', H
Haynes 12:and, C,Bendigo. 13
ow ,,4
gOt to be' 'outdone' the 'Ercel,
rinr hateman; ttirti,, ViCionsly
tittatked tho. Midland 'trundling.
rocking itp 13'f 16r :the 'Ipss
of seven widkets it the' eall of
time."The match' 'WAS 'tirliW11., O.'
Vrauklin and L. Brown twere, ths
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oreoeri: V,ore't M. Aettnett.
35 yet putt. $1.',"T.orivond",,Iteury
and K.' Griffiths 22.;.,,,1).heditIT
' for': big Slindto, Imp ,1i;VA'"ifert.
art, C,C,, verittix. CrtgwellA C.C. at
Mount ITone,', and Rarelotor ',CC,
vorsus Surry' .O. at' ,.:Asiabow
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ROTURNS FROM ARMY'
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: NESI'i'YORX ttYPI)-,.Guard Gert
rek 'Toth. hark front a two-yesr
Army has 'if 1919
contrirt with the New york
ants of thel! National', roothall
League. toarti Jim 'Lee, poweil
plans to use 'the, fotwier Vitiate
Forest star at offensive guard.

lAustin et
Gibraltar 'Lift
Harried, rt
MtGraw, If
Ebdon,, et
Thompson,' 1b 1bHermanny,
Hermanny, 1bHermanny, p
Hunt, so
athgaber,A 2b
Lawyer, 3b
Baughner, 4
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against allrival& They Were 0-6
gainst: National League tesinc
.Two---rookior pitchers turned,': in 4:'
impressive,,r performance in
cluding exhibition, games..11f South-:
VIW Jim O'Toole of the Reds burl;
ed a ,two-hit; 3-1; victory' over the
White Sox and right-hander, Jack
Fisher 'of the -Orioles allowed only L
three hits In blanking the Phtla'del- i
,phia 370: 4- I
O'Toole 'was nicked, for e boine
run bY'-jint Landis in: the first in,
ning but blanked the Whitk Son the
rest of the The 12-year-old
rookie : scored, the Reds". decisiViri;
run theeighth innine,when be 1
singled ,,' and -romped hpme On
double by Yule rinSn: ,
hocamo thor first
'more ,pitehor to go Atho 411stoneit',"
In :shutting 'tit the'
: hii own
1 cause' with liociminr,':hvO,OUtt t
: triple '''', ovitiftichle r,:Ashburn'a.
'Mod lit tho
Rank 'Aaron drove talive'rins
the, Braves, ivillopedethe -Drodgerot,
12-3; ,,the, Giants 'Clossed Out their.
lunketing' by: blankiiie
land Indiane;- 2-0:, Mickey :Mantle
collected
homer: lhe yalikers binned
their Richiriond':" farmhands,
end the Kansas OitY'Athleticii tInen-;
bacit Dallas,r6-3,,,in ether eon- 4,
A'itight
tante- bettieen, the yirbiti, Sot and ':
Red' Sox:at Houton; Tee.; was .;
rained o'
On'.' the other fronts: :The.. Van. r:
kees'ptirchased the contract ,of out outfielder
fielder outfielder Gordon, Windhorn,,,' front
Richmoncl,:'. The Red Sox Announc Announced
ed Announced that Oary -Geiger will ,orten
left, field for ailing Ted William!! v4
ogainst the, tankees toriutrrow.
The Reds- optioned pitcher, 'Wham-
my Douglas to' HaVana of fthe- bt btternational
ternational btternational Leap.

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Nominated for-- this lniperfent
game was portsider :Gene Ate ,1
manny for' the Gibraltars; whb i
won' the' first half of the' split 4,:g
season., For..the Elks, it was Leo
' l I
Elks!,futished, ;
heat' ?with Gibraltar tot 'tile, sec second
ond second half. For the Elks this wait
the do-or-die game. A win-for the ,
Lifers ,and.there would be no vac.. 2-
ond chance Jor the Elks, Ilawev-,
er;,- a loss for the s Gibraltara
would meat., it ,,,, second C0afiCe
when, they 1, meet the Elltiv in a
ithree-game -.playoff ,.seriesJ.,14 ,4.
Gibraltaie,won, the, tOSS end
ected to be the. home team lvith
the Elks- batting first. The lintler
,lads Jumped to an 'early' lead in 7
the Initial inning by scoring twice. v
-Lew Fontaine: Billy, Egolf.t, and
Russ ,Poore saftlx teTsult bt
two runs. "., 4
,, The Elks continued to wield
heavy tiOts whin, -they ,, &titled
two. more runs In the- second Inning-
as Berger,:'.and
Brown, hit ,safely.. 4
,The tip-and-st-eni Gihralter ,Lif
ere,took it new ,lease on., life. by
knotting thEcount at fourall.-"The
big blow,et- the frame was- a
homerun over,- the left, field con,.
trete, limey Joe.', Runt, Gibratw
tar's shortstop,' golfed an outside
pitch, Thompson and Hertrianhy
were.' on' the, seeks, at -the, time.
' The other-Tunsvas scored' when
Johnny..Itathgeber smacked a
single and then, the :pellet "' be.
came quite loVand elusive, be:.
cause b 'the tinie the 'Eike 14ot
through, tossing ''It Johnny
,Scored., ,:J ,4-
, Both teems pcontinuett,'.:witnout
SCOting until the last frame; when ;.
the came three
runt; ont hits, ; one of which' i'
was a' double by Berger', witinso
louti; Gibraltar ataged a illight
ly,,ixt ',their 'part, ot, theinning,but'
could score only:once t
- Bermanny went all the Ivey, tor' 1
the losers. Austin, received ,,, holp'
front Lew Fontaine whe 'went, 'on ,r
to get credit fOr the ;',
Larry", Berger", Stu Brown and
-starred-, for' the-:Elts
with ,two, hitt ettely ,Ifermanntal ,Ifermanntalin
in ,Ifermanntalin two 4.11e:4,
The,,, three ga me teliampionship
series be played, next,,,Mon next,,,Monand
and next,,,Monand If 'necessary
e esday4; : :
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)Jihil box seore ,
4 '",;.
Inks 1414' ,"' Ai
Berger,. ss 0 2,
Brown, 2b-' 2 '1
Fontaine .cli; I
rf 4';', 4 ; 2
Poore, ,lb ':'
Hummel 3b
tridweV lf 4: '3
McGrath e '' 3'

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inped hoitle on :7;1
Inacin:
the- first. ;
i ae. 414 411stanett
' shutting! .thit
liraided hie own,
ieeminri:httiqint
,',,:Ashbuin.'it.
ent-innin0-, ',; s:
Dye infive Jai
opeCthe '1)odeertri ?..;
',Closied etif their! ';
!mil gibe
!:,,Mickey Mantle
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rankers '' Thinned
101,, 1:!
qty'Athleilea
thpr 000.:
Ines eht ,:
whito,$ox and
tn;','. Tei4 wait
trolits::,Thc
he contract ,of out outWindhorw;:
Windhorw;: outWindhorw;: front
Red Sox ennoune.
iger bitten.-
ing. !red ,'.!,
kegs tornerrow.
ed. pitCher
Pivena of Jhe-,
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Braves: Ill, e: ettber ilittagtoPea.- , .- ed itt great form. Displaying speed, Macaws. 100 040 0-5i..7 0 Autmatic,movea to secona on Hil Hil,
, Hil, ,, ....4...,,... ..;,,,,,b,.7.. ,:,,.., ,..r.,... Le ea. (7 tor 'Zah smeo ,oy A, pen. 11,,,. w ittyie, rune m me seeona In....
Ins (I for 181,'' J.. Brathwaite (I int as ,Bridwell, Berger:- ,and
, than, curves and gameness,',BobbY '. "' ,---- '-',. .,i sisigerrsIsecood 'wild 'Pitch,' went for ,30),, arid 8,- campbell (0.. for. Irotvil, hit .marely.. i t ; '1, ,., I -,
L : :: ArriceCenter Theatres eca At noreat. 'Dopsreekonbict,.. .,,, ,, k
'''''.' '. TONIGHT Shag Crawford and Vic Delmore For-Mercuno Trophy
fanned a record of 17 batters.. As if SUMMARY --7 Earned Runs:',0-7- tokehirdkilon Perez' infield :hit,
this wete not enough, he got, the 1. M-5, Errots: Albritton, Moose.. tutiash,over second of which Lin Lina
a Lina 17), subdued to.'monte 'latent the ',.--The ,up-and-at-em Gihraltar .Lif ;:'
,
Surrey' batsmen. Neverthelese ,i, a ere,took it new -lease on., ide -,bY
will umpire the S,an ,Francisco ,' , , most important hit,oi the game A; HoMeren:' Fortune. Double: w., do, truttitya .heautifei backhanded tetal 'of 100 ruriS ',WAS obtained, !potting ',the:count at fout-e11.-The'
' is Giants-Cardinals 'mightVglube at 4 '.- the rreneb. RBI: W. French,. Smith, stow, and, scored -on Vives' error. thanks to the stauoeh defense -put' Mg bloW,tif the frame woe .s
' .,-'.' BALBOA '- Air Conditioned St. Louis; Dusty Boggess,' Tont Last' Saturday morning, the e three-run homer 'way over s
tor' nis. sacrifice ny.,
teftneld tente whieb kent the .trie- r ortune 3. Stolenbises: W ,French, Pray. Sent Eraokbli deeP to left up. by R. waterman (24v "sob. homerun over7the left, ftete eon,-
.,. 6:15 8:10 Gorman, Stan Landes and Ed two 'teams that are, tied for hest
-' '' by" Drakes (2,1)), -11. grannum trete) fincey Joe.,,,Hunt, Gibral.....
' :;', ;Debbie Reynolds Sudol will handle the Los Angeles place in the PIVGA. Interclub tory out 'of reach froth the Ocelots's, Priester, Wilson, ReichartAeft On
It was his eighth four-bagger.', bases: Ocelots 4, Macaws' 4. Strike- Guillermo Stevens and Tuft'. (19), mnd George Carrington (17). tar's c shortstop,' golfed an outside
- .. John Saxon Dodgers-Cubs game at Chicago) tournament,, clashed at the Sum-
Roy Bettis., Bobby's worthy ri- outs: Fortune 17, Bettis 9.7-Bases Lopez each bad two, hits in three
. In their 'turn at the wickets the Pitehi
, Thompson .and Hermanny
' ',.';' ,,,,nms HAPPY FEELING" and Frank Dascoli, Frank SeeorY, mit Hills Golf and Country Club.
val, also looked very sharp. Ile on bills: 'Fortune a; Bettis 4. Wild triPs tO the' 'Plate.'Also tontribufr Wanderers batsmen Were -very were.' on' the. seeks) at -the, time. ,, 1
- ''','; ' In CinemaSeope & Color Hal Dixon and Vinnie Smith will Despite some remarkable scores
.. lost the match in the fifth lifter two Ditch?, Fortune 2.Bettikt., w.,401, ing, An the hite,:werc PerezoBra (prickly overwhelmed '''by .;thit ie- ,,,The other-Tun-vas scored' When
i umpire the ilids-Phillies; ingt.it like Ethel Perantle's 36 on' the tune I,i-Bettis Umnires: A.' Alm12 vi,?,i iMene;''''Ailtmati, adzinger,,
) ."2;' COCO SOLO 7'00 outs when Bob Smith and ,' Doug curate bowling and. flawless fielP Johnny. :"'llathgeber smacked: a
game it Philadelphia. front nine,' the Fort A m a d (i,r
Priester got, back-to-back singles see, Frank Stettart., Scorer:, Fal0M0 "le'celetleld Vive ' t .' los' -of, the ooPesithm. They' were single and then, the :pellet be.
' '.'''' Gregory Peck team and the Brazos Brook team ... ,.. ,, Cerveza, h boa 020 002 .0-4 5 2 ;
able to Muster ; only 51', rens beo carte quite lotiincl.'elusive,'.' be.' ;
Jean Simmons BOTH RIDE TRIPLES were all exert lit the end of 17 st!
d F riune cleared. the fenee to --Timeof game: 1:45.
, ,,.... , :.' Mauricio..;,,,,!, ),.,,,,, 340 Of), x-7 -,, 6 4 fere ,the side wait dismissed., :, cause b 'the thee the 'Elks 'lot 1
' i'.' i 11yBE BIG COUNTRY" LINCOLN, RI (UPI)--Vinnie holes: c f d idi to
, climax a .our-run ee ng T ,,I,. 4 ,, ,,,-.,., '' ', , ', ' '' .,
..r '' . '; in CinemitScope gr Color! Spinale and Phil Grimm rode The enntest,ivould have been o- Catehe, t ; Bob Smith, who ',got pa T I tit' -, ,, ,,, .' ,--, ,, .., .. .. ..., ,, ( through togging It stoifnel Johnny
d't f '18 t t didi an ou,t; uar ions ',',,i'.' ph. o
I C''. '''S -.. ill 4 Ir tt r w t'e L. ee d ' '
e op tm-ee e s, ,, e ore .:,,,,,,;,,,, t. ,,,-, ,,, .., ., 1
. three winners apiece Tuesday at ver if Connie Bishop,' Edith Ma- llowen 10, .G,, Atherly .9. and P. .,, Both team; ptoritinuert,'41tnout 4
' ''' -DIABLO HT& 7:00 ere li or, ,,..pus ;tin s, ne
rtu 's battry' ''',. -, , ,,,,, , . ,i:,. I S II immons
,. Lincoln Downs. thieson, or Ruth Tortorieci had stand ng job a
'' '' I s'd 1 th ,' 1. , ..,', .:, ,..;,),,,, ,, ,., ,,,, ROWen 9. For Surrey. Cheeter,,De- scoring until the last frame; when '. 1
'. i Ingot Stevens
1 coaxed il put in the hole on the mate- He ,,,. a so rove m e ,run
"Man On Fire" (Repeat Run) N
th However. there were three which gave the, Macaws the Mar-,
PVIGA 'it' 'de'
, an icap,,,,:,,
..,,,,, -, 1 ''' ''. ' SOU71 boWlerr libt '1'111.kef.S ,for '41 the' Elks Calna ''' up .', with,,;:- three ',k.,1
-i,
Mill aill 1 111.1. 1.1111 Iv 18 d th t To Undergo lurgenr
eitt. they needed to win thesclah. ,4 ,-z :4'.. '. ,.,.,-:'. ., ,,, ,:,: ,,,,,,z,.-, rens, ,,A 1Chrekent.,7flewitt, 2 for runt ont Av().. hits Ole of2' 1 i Ir"
,, ..
, w i e ,,
close misses an so e wo , -1, 19 anti P ltsignottil 'Tor 10 .I.Tm- w d M h
t . ,,,, -..., ... , ., . ,., ,,,, ., ,. as a ou e y Berger, wittnwo :
,''' ,' OATEN 7:00 .3..t Tv- .3 x 7. El
teams will again meet it Rock. Firstbaseman Douglas Priester
''''''' T' ' a ao e - nires, O Phillins al1O-.1,'",,,atatn- out..4 Gibraltar. ataged a alight eat...1
,,,',. David Brian -- Lynn Berney
uP n 1 v rA ill man on April 18, the day sched. ,made the other three outs' for the, .Championship
..,, ,, morrow, PI ming ews officiated... ,,,,, ... ,' ,','' '-', .-,y 'rift ',their part. of, theinning,buf:
. '-: .41GHOST OF THE CHINA
Macaws and accepted nicely a ''' ,.
sEAS" 1:06 I eled for the regular PWGA tour- ,
. Pearl Trim's fin scoring In the ,', :,,, , ,,, -,i.. ,, could score onlyonee.,,. A ., t,
, nament. solid .- liner ofi the bat of Louis ''., e ., n-'-. ,tk '., 'In' the 'other 'Itame of ther day ,' Hermanny went 11 th ''we'Y' t ''' 1
. I :::: TODAY 0:00 ,
, four rounds of golf played in pmLADELpHA,,,(Dpusoutbi plavod at. Mount Hone 1 and 'fest- th a a ar
)
: NAIRGARITA 7:00 Since this year's interclub tour- French-. ,
it the 1959 PWGA Handicap ,Tour sers A t
paw Curt, Simmons' of the Phila- i- tit E 1 i ., ,.. e lo us in, receiveth help' s
. .' Barbara Starreyek I ONE DAY RELEASE!
' I nament is team best ball, and Only Bettisend Worden Erene eament,' makes her the liandiem 11 d t AA AA' A' Xee 1 oe,,,and., Midland
. from Lew Fontaine whii went, 'on ,r
delphia Phillies,, wi un e go, sunri
, .. 1,1.',, , Barry Sullivan there are strong players on each gave Fortunetroubic .111tev got
:' ---- -- Champioli for 1959. Winners .and thihti. high scorest.' predomioasen to get Credit. 101- the swirl' ...:" '". '''
,- "Jeopardy" (Repeat Run) iii, John SAXON in al teams, thit could go on all year. two.bils apiece--- but two of those gery tomorrow, at Temple 41.I. no,, AlimoWe ineinvo vieleorl',141 -' L B ', ,'.'
Runners up by flight are ail '101 A arrY, erger,,, Stu Brown ind
verity Hospital fon removal or 'Imo. T. Reeee) ,V, fitte,ell '. soft silly Egoll. ' '
,.
' PARAISO 7:0 1"THE RESTLESS YEARSHi lb.
0 teems' memberd are. ., ,.. 14,,,', ' lows: s,' ' '4"1. loose bone fra,ment in hi; ailing ,,,, Grovei eoeh riSA04"O limo -.P. -' 'starred-, for tho,:Ents t,t
,,.. emonir Keingcmfair"' and. a FL Ameder F011eyfasily Whips:, ,,i ..
. ,, ,,, First Flight ,..' -,,,, li
y' I ft elbow -' ' j'''' '' n Tr '10- IT -....,. ,..,,,t ,,,,,, with .two, bite ettely ,Iferminnyal-
A , r
' ., Hcp .49. e , ; s,..., t,,,,:- ,.., .,' ,o, ,,,,,',. Wan ,, ', ." wi'llr,er Ia ''n so.,two bungle's. .,, ,, 0,,,,4,tle.4 :,,''
, "Eames Territory 11 I I T 0 m 0 r r o w l 11 Nr". 1. Ethel Person. Pearl Trim (Whiner -22 272 VD ''' t ''''''' ho examIsed ',' 111111 s 12 and C..' Bendige 13, not Th th b
e),, ree game fe ampionship
,
0) 1 No. 2. Ceddie Bishop ;. -, f ' ;'' ,- ,' 'A 4, oe or,s w out ... ,,,, e ,,,-,.-,, '". : series'will be pia ed. t'
. BANTA CRUE,',0's '', 7:80 I No. 3. -Pearl Trim I
Besmanolt Ilants, Sylva Carpenter 12, 2a..1
' Second Flight ',
- -- Tuesday at -,' the 'Department A, el t;
rtot to be' outdone the' Eiicol d. s Tu Y nem ,,,Mon
' Orthopedic Srgery at Temple's s'int internee; in,' hire, ViCionsly itrYd'ill' esdar...and ,- If .,-ecessary,
'. ,.. "ORIENTAL EVIL" and rornits NIGHTI
, No. 4 Jean Sullivan , , ,-- Harriet Serger, (Med.) ,16 280
,
an School of Aledicine 'said removal rittatked the. Midland i Irlindling. ,e esdar''' -0. ''''' ,:,,.. ''....',,,",' :. -.1; ''':
' 4,, "THE BARON OF ARIZONA', 2110 'per CAR!
.
' s' -'' ' Beverly lifer i"an
' 17 stuns: ft; 'the 'I,ss 'I'i. ';',.' to;.,,..'f ,!.., ,t ,.. .,,,.: .t,,.,,,,
. Elchard Widinark, in I Brazes Brook Relum Cooper tialcil c., ,-''' Third' Fllght ;11,l ,, 271 eletehneenftr aera:leint ,woou;ede-obeffeer,. , resitickneinirgenttpleilike, k t ,, r
t it the' tall of ,,,111 o box .,leore. c"? ','''' 'il'4t ,'...-
:At, CAMP B1ERD . .. 'I ee
':- I" - eBACKLASH" N. 1. Cleo Bums. . ., r . .., .,,,,, .,., elizabith f Weber' 1
' "'roughest Gun Alive and , a 192 '' I ' ,"- time 'The 'meth' Ayes 'drawn ',0. 1 ''''Hj ''' -.' 4 ',.-;. -..,,. 0 e"''',
in Technicolor..., No. 2. Ruth Tortoricei. , !' I--- '',. Jean 'Sltilhiall 21 295 .'' -- ,,,,, were 'the Bike 1414 .,, .- ,"' AS it M ',
' ''' "Cole Younger. Gunfighter" Nr. 3. Jean Huldquist. DENVER (UPI) Eora Folley,, , ,,,,',, ,',,Foerth Flight 7.1 1, .' grim lin and ,14. Bre""1,. ,,,, ,,,,,
r h R' ' It''''' 1'
lr. PZ t' esu s-1 Berger,. ss .1 ,',, .;':., 0' 2, 2
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1 .' ; ' ---- ... Immo inn. mg Nr 4. Edith Mathiesen the elassr''Iteavyweight fi5liter iniii Danils .7 4.' ."26 ',4'llit. "'' ,',. ,,', ,,,,....,,,!,,,, ,., ,, , ,,, A rir,14.:ee ,.' r' '4,,;;,;;!., m',;n-"enne. Brown,' 2b-.! '-'',:4'''.4.,'',',--...'3: 0' 2 1
- from, Chandler, Ariz., 1 k t
-a()--e '..-c). lielenOWeni ,'
,.. 23, ,294 ;,,,Ntw SttFoilD ,''Ma s (UPI') ''', gro er ,, TO
,, nio,,,,,,q,,,, Fontaine .eil-e'.'.'-i."'.',:'-...',..1.4, 1 1
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ward 'Henry Cooper of England lui l.t ': ',. ,Fiftit? Flight' .''' "-).,' t ... 1, 035 net out,,. S.' rw
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, 4 bit next s opponent today, after Jettn, clime ,.,, .1,,,,, : ., 33 i 308 '' t '1-' I'm, a 1 Egolf,: rf .'.,, '1; .. ":.: ..'',,, 4 ; 1,; 2
,e. ...Jimmy '.Eelley,,, 1321A, Lowe ,, ,23," 'and -E. Grill iths 22.,:. e s T
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pointed Tomnly Hadon .4 'or, fhb Asind,,u orp,,, ; w.,,,,,le,.. Poore, ',11)' ., .. : 7' .1.'": 3 0 1
, ).,, , scoring an, impresive! vietory Doris Leeser ; .,',;'., 31 32s MasNi; ou.,. ....., ,,,, ..t, , , ..., ..,, ,, Hummel 3b ,),: ...,,,,,..,,,-J,....w 34,11 ti
:.
, ..Til 11 o C. 1 1
- over W1.1 Besmanoff. .,,!,t'''. ,, ,i Prizes. will: be liwaeded, .at the. 1291 ', r wens 11; V St
tiP!0,4141',!,1,;(6)',.,' .': ',,--, :ill: omit, C,C,,Nerthig. 4'0 g .,, .,
r c tridweVlf 4.:',,:,Q;;,: '3 '1,,1'1 4t
111 Polley. wen., a unaolmoua., eel-. -Znext'
menthiri PWGA tournament ..1'.:' ''',',1 '. .. - - ;: Mount ISone,', and : Exeelynr ,.
M G atii l'''' ''" ?"'.''''''''' l'' ''
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lion over Besmanoff, of Millsat- , KANSA3' CITY, Eall.,(UP1) ,--, versus Surrey' C.C. :at ..Asinhow e r ,,e ,, ......,,,L4. ; 0,,,
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bi h 11 be h Id t Rod il ' '' , Au ti lb f ' 1 1' Q
,oe Shaw 144 New York stopped city' -. ,,. ..,:...,;,.., ,,, 1,, s n ,! f, e .,4 ,..,.,
:(' ',', I '1117.r."... 4.,.....-....-0-...,-,--,-,ft,,,, Itee., at Denver's Coliseum Tiles-, sat ti ., A a ;a , 4, , i ,I kof , .,, , t, ,, .. ,,,:,:,,,',,,, ,,, 1,,,,, ,..,..-.,,,,' . ., g r. 4 '' i
Ur AY,. Pr ; ':',. '' ic s '4 Johnny me It '145 Bastrop La. -,
. ''. ; CA'Pl7.01.10 T1,VOLI VICTO,R1A- RIO
4 day tight. Besmanoff hardly land., ,,,,s 9 4;,,,,t ,,,A ,6 ,,,, ,..t. ,,,, ,.... , , r. t, ,, ,,, ,,,, .. .. ,, .,...4, ,,,,,,,,,t, ,,,;,, ,,,.,...,. , 1,,,,,.,.,,,c. ,.
ed, a gond blow as Folley put up fo.,0 '' -', .'' '1.. '"'' ' f- '',.. 41)-,;,,!,,,c,i,- i,,,, -,:,,,:,., ,, ,,,, , n,,,,, , , 4.,,,.,.. i,, :r-rimr.s,7,LITT, ,,,, .- i ,.,,,.;. j .. .,,,...
, neg., j ., 15e. 15e. ......- 20e. 15e. 35e. ---7-2.-,--- ;0e. a' etOut defense am) blasted; the I"'
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, - geANK $125.00 MARK OE THE GUNSMOKE VERTIGO squat 'german from everr, angle. Yr11.111a.111""1111""A ',L 7:' ',' .,',,,' ;' '. ,.,.' A It OTURN$ ?ROM ARMY ,', -' uarneo Fr N,.; 4 ...,4. ,2 0:',.
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: ...,..,.., .,411 ha cp-ouPg1 at the con- 't, ' ''',-,'-',; ,,A,0, '' r IC .r., i I :. 71 ;I''. ,', rt ptir). nri mrt. -., 1. 7"Yll' I n ,.,: Is...eh fl ruin netition, winning 60 games and los: i

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oinn the. lunehgent, All Isth will ba-stokaad.T,,ar.
mian gunelav Motif botWiton Tan- rrohnhip :Attendlalle0A- , : ,...")' tional League,rivils wipninenitte

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flywoloht,,,,and a ts tansyye THURSDAY 12,1 A 1 Standings W L Pct. Amerioan Imague rivals and wound
Monarch. his native ,landp, The
. Ma trim f." : 8 4 '.667 with ati- overalt rec0rd of 11-1S.
, 4 6 3 .667 Hwever, the St,-Louis Cardinals
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InitifiliOn al Toorne
woinht 116 pounds-,,- Amerlisis Leagus ,
Manhattan Kid is in 18-year- Baby Arango,,,, 6 4 .600 finished with-the poorest training'
old vounaster who is undefeated Baltimore at WashingtonHarsh- ,
0 , Pine Sdl 6 5 .545 record, winning only tine of '26
A multitude of golf itspirants as- in "Win Iouts as a ore. man (12-15) vs. Ramos (14-18), Cerveza 0 10 .000 tunpups.
sembled at the Fort Amador Golf The visitor. a rutscHiel 22vear- 1:30 p.m. Cloudy, cold and like- STANDING safeties were of the scratch varie- The NeW York Yankees also did
Cpurse last weekend for the open- old, not his nicknam from Pan- ly rain, 25,000. ty. Todays game: Diapl vs Pine nOt resemble world chamoionig as
rimind a the Miller High Life amast anto-arext Sammy Medi- Teams Won Lost Pct. Ocelots icorid their onlv run in Sq., they wound 111) With s 14-12 mark

riationai Leavy Pericos .. ,o. o. ..-, -.. 8 i, .889 the first inning,ott a single by Bat Bat,
, Bat, --- - auluricio ilea i i to e 7---- ,,
', InVitational Tournament. neo who was a favorite In Coiem Coiem2
2 Coiem2 778 tia and a hard double by Worden .s ea a c tic we T v ea i a o: ialibeotoary,agouvacdr
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, Kline ,,Macia.wa .. ..ii,li 4 ..), 7 .
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A field of 220 participants de- biAn linos several veers moo. lead int, their, final4PgPliame ofr ttarie , , ,I, i f:- ', 4, ', : ..
,.',. 4 (wended upon the course to chal- Sammvil arrived on the Isth- Pittsburgh at Cincinnati2:30-
...,cihms .., ,,, ,, s, OP
'V 3 700 French. lifitaws, tied the enc,oun- th
PUMaS .. .6 0-.6 16. 3 7 .300 ter in their halff of ,, the stanza, yekerday- aftemobn, at Santa RI- ,,, ) ,-, -', ' ,,,, ,, , 'r
S r in econ ,,,, a ,, e,
: lenge the inevitable dry geason mint lest Thurtgtiev anti hes been (13-16) vs. Purkey (17-11),
' bounces and the lightning fast training at the National Gym. His p.m. Clear and Coot, 3.7,000.
, , by Frank Reichert and a, single by
, Palomas .. ... .. ..' .. 1., li .100 thanks to a single and
George' Roberts limited the I
:,.'', greens. . rivet. a native of Cotes,. has been
FRIDAY
Sportsmen to only six hits but
;1 The hot-makers. leaning heavity working tout at the Celan Arena. .,) TODAY'S GAME ,' i' 3ob Smith that resulted in a boot-
n 'Patilit..:11ftick I oatilio-
, ',..' A.s., .6.114.4..1 Stattetir one ....!- --a-1 1,.,....:411 ear.. me. ILif. nolniwo Imes 1.44-A.1.1.e ,r,...1 ATI,.:44,.

On tom CALilliAttlimu, .11,,,,, -, in Tn. ,,..T.uns. .....
r emus v, attmetwo ra4.4.Avicuug. CU nomers, by Lopez , 110 II MIN 1 1111
Corn' pleted ihe4first round of DillY los Cantille and
21-7 2 nr. (Mareum)' ,;-1,14,(Rek2thart) L- 'A -tP y')4 Adt.te
(12-12Y vs. Turley ( p. aPe am (Mailed ,'' doOm !.',J.La A., 4, 0
Rafael flforet Boston at- New YorkBrewer
exceptionit low pet scores. RrathWalto, Will sWap leather at
ar d Cool 25 000. , T cbuiv dor; 4he Beermeukt who Buffeted 1 -4'. '"'
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mama 1-1111 Cristal 111473.
,Fopton sottattt. imitwoom Santa
Ohre iota Me' Hate. New low
rates. Phone Ss ibes 11166.
fiimishoit anartments
,,' et Santa ,Clara Roach. To loahons
Smith, Gamboa 3011a. ;7- I
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FOR REhiri 4-- immediately me-
darn house 2 eir, conditioned
bedrooms, completely' furnished
very reasonable.' Call 3-1566.
FOR RENT; 3 bedroomi
(lupin cottage living mom, din-,
' room'. garage, hot and geld
water. maid service. Piton' 1591
Colon. , '1
FOR' RENT: Furnished man.
Non. 3 bedrooms2 air contd.
Oulu& 1 hot watere
piano, t, automatic washing ma machine,
chine, machine, big patio and garden.
' Maids, room 'with ,batb, timed
garage. $250,,. Tel. 2633.,
Criiiiiicia
,POR RENT: Profissional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificie iirraci, comer Ave. Bel Belboa
boa Belboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 1125.00. Call Panama
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Afro. ,PARAISo c. C. medium pace
bowler, Capt. G. Bruton 5 wickets
Afro for 31 rtms, Shan 2 for 27. and
t, B. Wiliiams 1 for 17 held the
mack American Whisky to a draw
one Sunday lastat the- -Paraiso
play ground. ,
1,4 Scores were: Pangs C. C. 112
'','' all out and ,the W. -A., W. 91 for 9
.wickets.5
2- The chief run getter; fog the
,4 IroParaiso C.Z. were: C.. Cox 42, B.
, Williams 20, .G. Ducan 13. A. Scott
12 and A., Luke 12. ,',
In reply the W.-A. W. battmen
r- fought hard for every run scored
as the Paraiso bowling and field.
' -wai,,,again 'the talk of players
'mg and lanitalike. Those of the Wo.
,,stOrtsnack. to,. leach 'double figures
'Is. were 'C. Ceies0 21, E. Wade,12 and
.,mt M. Smith 12. .,

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The successful bbwlers for Wo Wo,,
,, Wo,, meek were G. Brown 4 wickets
gor 50 runs; S. Brown Vfor 15, M.
Smith 2 for 21 and A. Waithe 1
'for 22
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Umpires were C Walker and T.
limmot. The usual prizes given
by the league were won by C. Cox
''''' for the highest score and G.' Brit Brit.
. Brit. ton for taking the most- wicketi
during the match.
Sunday, April'12, Clovelly will
play the WA. W. at Persist) game
4 starts at 12:30
At tile conclusion of the Match
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Li, on SundaY,'April 4, Capt. G. Bru Bruton
ton Bruton announted that ho will send
' I tlest t th ifi Cod
n a pro o e ac e cket
League becatise of the mailer ,in
,--whkh' the match was ended, and
will be looking forw'ard to a quick
flecision from the grievance corn cornitnitted'ot
itnitted'ot cornitnitted'ot the Pacific Cricket
'League.
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'MATCH HEAVYWEIGHTS
NtIlit YORK ( PI) Alonzo
,'" Johnson of Pittsburgh and Buly
, ''Hunter of,' Detroit have been
" signed tOi a 10-round heavyweight
bout sit'St. ,Islicholas Arena Mon-,
day night
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Saturday: PIMP am. lo 12:06
S'ports Brief
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ICEEPS ON' WINNING ,
' NEW 'ilrORK (urn 'jockey
Willie Shoemaket,raised .his total
(o' 11'whiners, ,three days at
Jamaica' when be booted home
00'vinners Isuesday.
INi 44TH STRAIGHT
' CORAL GABLES, Fla.
-'' the' University 01, Miami. gained'

its 14th straight tennis victory iDaitagir,.,39.sought $750 monthly
III"tuesda, by r beating ,,,', Princeton, support from Dastagir, furnit furnit'
' furnit' 6.3.... ,, Z. ,4, , ure store owner,
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1011 KENT: Vacation guar-
,Itera from May 1st. to luso 30.
- 2-2331.-
, z' DENT: "-v Living, lied.
- -room, riineteei- kitclien,w, apply
APC, Calle Darien No..14-21
!next West 'from ,litkiely.,Ave:-.
FOR RENT: 'Completely furi
olthed apartment, facing British'
Embassy aest the sea. 30 Ecuador
7FOR RENT.0 Furnished two' ;
beroomc aparthsent;' living, din4.
::zing room, maid'a room, wash lobs lobs,
, lobs, etc.', No. RiCarth) Arias
' Street. Apartment' 6. .Tol.:
FOR RENTg:. High IN II Catuii:
t "role ono and t Bedroom.:
innrtment'', witiplargiC,,
,:dirlinict' maid's'? hem enrage '!
'genii all novena Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT:!-ApOno room apalt4,
moot, ivith closet, bat bat:coot
:coot bat:coot etc, $50.00,014 Argenina
IS Tel 34994.'1 s,-
t FOR RENT: ,:-ir.FurahlialtaPart,'
i.--ijaen); litai:.55.00. Via Pord:,
;iraa No. 99. Phano,11-2068.;
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:!:aaartmant, 'screened,'
water 82 Via
Parrat.' Phone' Fanama 34258.
:FOR RENT: -- Furnished apart
Mont., one bedroom including
S Vista
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OR?, ,EN7r1 44- Can pt
nicalyr, foirthshed one bidroom
apartinint. Hot' water, balcony.
Telephone 3-1789.
FOR RENT: 'Modern and -Ito
gradien,bne'bedroorn apartments
Adel pi lusui.,."PIESPERIA1'
" G 1"11 el t"- 'with
reef, -,angre,-
'hot water, laundry conveniences,
garage, etc. For Information call
Tots 1-6634.",
Straight' Playoff
Game From'takers
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, talliANUPttLIS',, Mine. (TIPI)
The Boston Celtics have four
More, -chances to Avie the : one
game- which;,SVill -bring them Weir
second Natioknal Basketball Asse Asseeiation
eiation Asseeiation championship in three
Years. ,, t ,,.
,411' that stand's ',in 'their way
are e Minneapo is 'Akers, a
team,the Celtics have beaten 21
times in a row; ineluding three
straight in the NBA 'best-of-seven
'championship ,series.
tie s,,(leitie ''' get their first
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chance ,,tii' talte' the, trown Thurs-
da,r, night'. itYMinneapolis. If the
!Akers should win, the series will
moye to, Bostori Saturday.
T,he Celtics, Avon, J2-110, at St.
Paul ,,,Ailditorium Tuesday' night
and-,only, a late Laker rally ,kept
the' snore respectable, ,The Celtiegi
went ahead, 23719,, in, the first
quarter and were never headed.
At times, they,led by, as 'much
as- 23, points. '
:Tom Itelesohn' led 'Bostoh mon
ing with 26 points, Bill Sharman
broke., his own consecutive free
throw record of 55, and lanky flill
RussellImIled down 30, rebounds,
but ,,; Most of the dressing room
IItalk ,was about guard Belk Cousey Cousey'
' Cousey' ,Cousey put on one Wills great greatest
est greatest ball, handling etkibitiOns, while
racking,' up, 23 points and picking
the,, Laker defense ,to pieces' vvith

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FOR SALE: Hi Ilmin Minx
'-,' Convert Good condition, :
good tiros $1,400:: Call Bal.
: 2-1695, 786 Tavarnillt
St'
FOR-AALEI,f-;,-h 1951 Mercury,-
automattis transmission, ',
rildinAlleatori Also 1950 Hudson -'
Coupti,:,,ovoirdrivo,- radio and
bouatiful tntorios sot at -1512-A, :-,,
',Calabash Givilan Area, or
3797.,
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FORt ;...e 1950 A:Pot:Hag'.
Sorlan?.11,Cyl.- hydromatic, man
extras, Original ownor, good con.'
:dition. Phone Balboa 1630 alter
5:00 pm..1. : 7
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 2.
door, Sedan. Standard shift
Clean at nOw. Low milantlilv
$1,450. Phone '11al. 2184.J
irOlt SALE:-61357 Ford Wagon,.
6 Cyl. Standard. Accosories; sag.
collet condition. Balboa 1253:
FOR SALE: '' Mercury Mont
dab; Convertible 1955. Priwer
brakes, power seat, whit"' walk:
iibite with black top, radiec,
heater; three new- tires,r duty
paid. Cist new-. 54,800. telling
' Inks $1,275. Call 8-6121.'
, FOR 5AV; Chevrolet'
Power.pack, power glidi 4-
Hardiop. Phone 5-428.
' FOR -1955 Lincoln
Hard tOP, condition very good.
WiS tires, ,power brakes, 'two-,
tont, radio; automatic tranntit.
shut.' 83-512,0.' House 2213-11
Curund'u,v
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FOR''SALE: 1956 CheA
vrolet 4-door Sedan, standard
shift, ,28,000 mites. Ono owner.
Perfect condition, leaving for
States. Rodman 3301,
Imo
Would you like, to trade ,your
car far small, forsigas
ic car
(mown
,Ths new 1959 DATSUN
fulfill soar desire.'
4 cyinder
40 miles ,por gal,
HigIt'comrrossion mem ;
Autos Cashman, SJIt.
Haat to Coen-Cola Co.
',Open all day. Talc
Pma. r-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Conturt
Back, all extras included, ;
Phona. Navy 1410. .ra
Hingover v ay $oon
Be Thing Of Past
Chmisis Are Told
BOSTON, April 9 (UPI1.--H,Mgovers
may soon be a thirt of the
past, according to Dr. Robert B
Carroll of Greenwich, Conn.
Carroll, who ,said he d r ink s
"just About everything,' told the
Anterican Chemeal Society here
yesterday that, he and fellow
workers ,had identified the ingre ingredients
dients ingredients in whisky which produce a
hangover,
Even more important, the scien scientist
tist scientist reoorted, elimination of the
culprits, fusel Oil and acetalde acetaldehyde,
hyde, acetaldehyde, apparently would not harm
the flavor or taste of whisky, ac according
cording according his studies.
Besidet his no hangover idea,
Dr. Carroll disclosed he was also
working 9n anether protect which
would warm the heart'of any lines
as instant coffee.
As long. as hantriVers still exist
the' scientitit, recommended vodka
as the ,1,,cleanest"t drink griving
the Aeon Amount, of hangover.
Next lut the list were otkleoteb,
bourbon, and rye in that order.
The Ne'4v
NIKON
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'With built-in Untversal
Viewfinder Syster-,.
OMMI
anama 1...
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::,,OvUlTz,BROEApRADIRAstO,T..0,1!
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Balboa Avei No, Tel, 2-46111,
' AOthortzed singe tor
Johnson Evinrude, Mercury,'
West Be led, Buetaneer,, Elio.
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FOR SALE: -0- Reamers Aide.'
, matic 'washer. Esse float condi-.
,4sion $125.00. Quarry Heights
2196.,
FOR SALE:,-- Household effects
", and furniturc 2-3215.
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, FOR SALEI Luxurious 6-
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mild bamboo flying room sot,',';'
711 pieces. Also bedroom furl'
':daiture. Excellent condition. Al-
so G. Refrigerator Magic Chef ;-
-slitoss.,',,Ter24411 J
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FOR' SALE: Sinin lane INY
:sofa-beti $20 and 3-stran Rat.
tan thair $10. 5759-8 Diablo.
- :Phone 2.1851,
Pactfic Softball
League
Sy GEORGE SINCLAIR
fkocond Half
Timms
AbernathytTnis.
Maduro Jantzeo i
Cerveceria PI"
Muds Mariners .r
Mauricio Ambits.
' Today's i
$tanding
W L, Pct. &b.
,,', 5 1 833 .-
41 -2 500 2
'-31, I 500 2
; 333 2Vo
8 5 286 312
Same
vGlud Marinera 141, Machin Ant.
Pan Liquid Edges Ainbas.
Cerveceria Pan Liquidoi nipped
Mauricio Ambassadm 4 Ito 2, to
move into a tie with Jantzen for
2nd place in the ,loop.
The Ambassadorf suffered their
third straight defeat to find them themselves
selves themselves in the cellar.
Lobo got the credit for.tlie Win.
Hardin vas the loser. Herrera
and Carlin the best hitters, with
2 hits in 3 trips to the plate.
. The box core;
Miurlelo' AS It Fl 0 A
Eirerett. as 10021
Spradlin, el 4 0 I 2 I
Padron, ab 9 4 0 I 2 4
Soltyq, lf
203,10
HardinsP k 20101
Atkins, 2b ;,, I 1 1 1 0
rish, e I ,, 'a 2 .,1 4- 0
Head, lbi '9 f i 1 1 6 0
Herrera, of v4 23 0 2 0 II
Totals 25 I I 111 5
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Cervocoris AB RNOA
MeArthurs 3 1 1 2 0
Carlin, ss 2
Ostrea,ti 1 0 0
Xosik, 3 2 4
Huertas, eS 1 1 9
MeGflade, of 2 1 1 1
Lobo, 3 1 0 3
Giavelle,' 3 0 5 2
Catlett, 2b 3 0 1', 2
Totals 24 4 7 21 14
Score by Innings:
Mauricio Amb. 000 000 3-3 4
Cerveceria P.L. 000 ,121 x-4 2 1

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FOR SALE: --op Three good re.
tread tiros (7.10-15) aid
tubes $15.00 for i all, House
220-A. Balboa Heights. --,
FOR SALE: Uptight Fhtne.
Telephony Balboa 1931. l
1 Fan Pedestal,
1 Cash Register fleet.
1 Cabinet Storage 40 x 44
Tables 30 x 30 ,
1 Ladder Steil 12
6 Ash Trey Standing
Cabinet
2 Waste Basket
2 Bowling Balls
- 5 'Tablesi 30 x 30
3 Tablet Chrome --,, 011Y
1 Table Wood Sm.
tThose articles aro for-sato ond
ean be soon at the Curundu Post
Restaurant between the hours of
0300 to 1500.
R. V. THOMPSON
Office Manager
POR SALE: Accordion, per.
feet condition. Call after 41 p.m
to,. Balboa 2-4441.
,'FOR SALE! -- Electrie Serve,
' setrigerater. 13 suble Ft. 2-door
, model. Freezer above. Excellent
condition. House 511, Anson.
Phone 2-1705.
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FOR SALIt Si Norton, Radio
Ind Record Player' $50; Gid'e
, bicycle S1S; Scooter SO
- Chlidge table and chair et $5;
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Use 01 Hew Drug
Taboo For Athletes
By GARY KALI
NEW YORE (UPI)A new drug
which might help athletes break
world records was frowned upon
today by a high official in ama amateur
teur amateur sports.
Dan Ferris, tionorary secretary secretaryireasurer
ireasurer secretaryireasurer of the Amateur Athletic
Union, said Any athlete found
using a drug would be, ineligible
'for any competition under AAU
rules.
Unusual fatigue-Inhibiting prop properties
erties properties of the new drugknown as
discovered by two
government Ncientists, :who said
physiologisti believe it 'would en enable
able enable athletes to establish new
speed records in long distance
running and swimming and other
type competition. Its previous
usage was limited to making
soaps and detergents.
Yerris, whe has been eonnected
with amateur athletics for over 50
years, emphasized that neither
AAU nor International Federation
rulings permit anyone to enter an
event' under the influence of a
"Drum, to stimulate athletic
prowesS art nothing new," Ferris
said.'..4I've been hearing reports
of their Asage for the past four
or five years.4
Dr. Robert Galambes, chid' Of
tbe Walter Reed Army Institute
of Research's neurophysiology de department,
partment, department, said physiologists ven venture
ture venture guesseA,that a ;man could
knock' 10 seconds off the 'world
record' for the mile.
The Institute recently bad dis discovered
covered discovered the drug's fatigue-inhibit,
ing qualities in tests with Animals.
Dr. Gabriel G. Nahas, bead of
the institute's respiratory section,
agreed with Galambos that "phys "physiologists
iologists "physiologists 'in the know' belleire that
within A reasonably short time
records will be broken."
"That is certainly probable,"
I said Nahas. According to all my
Panama Major
By LLOYD BERT JOSSPH
Hiitinger' Wins Seventh,
tons Anne Os Sixth Victory
Standing ,' W L Pct.
Dipal , 6 3 66;
Mauricio 7 4 617
Babr Arango 6 4 'eon
Pine Sol 6 5 545
Cerveza Balboa 0 9 000
Rogetio "Papsy" Aikman tripled
with the bases loaded Monday to
provide Mauricio with the wedge
they needed to 'halt the paceset pacesetting
ting pacesetting Dipal 4 to 1 behind the three threehit
hit threehit pitching of ace Lew Haan Haanger,
ger, Haanger, who gained his seventh in
ten starts. His opponent, Carlos
(Calibum) Holligan, lost his sec second
ond second game, in five decisions.
Dipal scored an unearned mark marker
er marker in the second on Jose Re Remon's
mon's Remon's two bagger to center,. s
wild pitch and De Obalbia error
Hilzinger allowed two other hits
in the game, a single to Holligan
in the,fourth end another to Re Reyes
yes Reyes in the seventh.
-, Trailing i 0 for five innings
Mauricio- expioded in the sixth
for leur 4uns on ,"Monchi" Vi Vi'ves
'ves Vi'ves double, hio bases on halls
and Alkman'a line drive triple to
center. .4
Holligan' gave up six hits. His
wildness-accounted for his defeat,
he Issued slot free tickets.
, WO the only ,batter in
the game to get more than 'one
hits. He bad 3-2.
Maoricio 000 004 0-4 g 1
Dipat 010 000 0-1 1
' Tuesday's Result
Baby Arango bufiliated Pine
Sol 4 te 1 before a capacity
crowd 'at Santa RDA. Big lic

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ties opportunities in domestie securities..."
Investers 'Advisory Institute
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terialize, materialize, is tmlikely to prove a
serious- stock market influence,
based on. past experience, as the
threat has already been somewhat
discounted.
'A
'rho !APear;. Market end ,Grottp
TrenCtetter has selected for its
group:Itudy ,this month the ASH ASHcultureVeouitMents
cultureVeouitMents ASHcultureVeouitMents "because of
their3ood relative action in !re !recent
cent !recent ,Weeks and their generally' fa favorable!
vorable! favorable! outleOkr!!.Jj,
4115 to:!,.taTor9:1001P Of thO
Mailer, Niftier ,VOITSPen,test'includ ,VOITSPen,test'including
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Tire; Mohawk ',Rubber' and' Stet Stetberling.
berling. Stetberling. : s,
calculations, it Is most probable."
The scientists said the drug
should enable horses and 'other
animals to run faster and longer,
as well as lend comfort to men in
submarines and space ships by
raising their tolerance to carbon
dioxide.
S,pfltball Loop
-.-.0.1
Nair'lane 4.fireW a damper en
'the defending ehamps' hopes of
getting into ate witil a sev sevLane
Lane sevLane fanned three4kon hie Ivy,
en hitter,
,
tEodhmiaottirsetuh winwehtin tnhiene rdoeucteisionsier.
the losers, his record is now e even,
ven, even, at 3-3. The Babes., plated a
marker id 'the first on a base on
balls, sacrifice, Tonito Gor Gordon's
don's Gordon's infield- safety and Catalmo
Gonzalez's, "saerifice
The Pests ,tied the score in the
second when ,'Connie" Cox fin fingled
gled fingled to center, stole secend and
rode heme On "Bcdo" Gittens
double',
What' proved to be the winning
marker crossed the platter in
the fourth. T011it0 Gordon fanned
but was safe when catcher Git Gittens,'
tens,' Gittens,' dropped- the 'third strike.
Gontales bunted, Parris, fieided
the -b41 and'ihrewt oicond too
late forAbe for'ce' on Gordon. Flo Flores
res Flores force& Gonzalez a it second,
Moiness4duassisted and when
Holness4hrew wild in an attempt
for it'double-plai Gordon scored.
"Blathiet,,,,Gorden's triple a
base ,on-balr and. singles by 'Jen 'JenIdmi,
Idmi, 'JenIdmi, and Gonzalez in .the sev seventh
enth seventh added ,two 'insrante runs
for the' winners.
Orillac's perfect- peg to the
plate 'in' the' litst to ;nip Parris;
Farrell's reaching grab of the
same.. Orillae's, high bounder in
the second and'fOstrea's running
catch of Morgan's bid for extra
bases the third were the field fielding
ing fielding geins rkof the game.
Gittens and Garrido
all batted 3-2.
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DIABLO MAJOR. I,EAGUE: MUMPSLett to right ,are George Bell, Andy- lithely, Ray Dube,
Ron Amato and Art Graham. The champs will be,,liOnored at a combined Major ttnd Classic
League Party aturday, April 18, at the Canal z'one Po40 Lodge. (Photo by Earl Duke)
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Final Stencil(' Ills
Teems ,, ;' Won test
Wynn's , 7212 3.11,'a
RCNehi 6612 '4512
Lucky Strike 59 53
P.A.A. 57, 55
Fuerza y Luz 57 55
Seymour Agency 5312 5812
ILL Home 4212 6912
. 39 73
Pan Imperial
High Individual Averages
Balcer 191, Damian 186, Lane
185.
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High Individual 9ame
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Lane 279, Eisitiian 2711,,,- LI
High Team Single Game TP.A.A
1042.
High Team Series P.A.A. 2871
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Wynn's FrictionrPrbofing4riish-
ed RC Nehi -4 to 0 in the' final
night of bowling to wrap, up the
1958-59 Major League Champunt-
shin. Wvnn's trailed RC Nehi
Wynn's 7212 3A1
RCNehi 6612 '4512
Lucky Strike 59 53
P.A.A. 57, 55
Fuerza y Luz 57 55
Seymour Agency 5312 5312
H.L Homa 4212 6912
Pan Imperial 39 73
High Individual Averages
Balcer 191, Damian 186, Lane.
185.
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High Individual 9ama
4w44 4 t
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Lane 279, vaduan 270-, kf
High Team Single Game4V.A.A
1042.
High Team Series P.A.A. 2871
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ed Friction,Proofing4riished RC Nehi -4 to 0 in the' imal
night of bowling to wrap up the
, 1958-59 Major League Champunt Champunt,
, Champunt, ship. Wynnis trailed RC Nehi
practically all season but .moved
into a two-game lead last week

Croni n --Predicts-lExciting
CompetiOon, Abundance
'I Of Adion, Theiiis In AL

By JOE CRONIN
American Leapt Provident
BOSTON (UPI) 1-'1n making
sly tirs pre-season forecasL in
my new position with the Ameri Amerian
an Amerian League, I am confident that
exciting competition and an abun abundance
dance abundance of' action and thrills will be
the reward for the millions of
fans 'of all clubs during the
1959 season..
During the coming campaign,.
which 'begins this week with ail
the traditional and inspiring open opening
ing opening day festivities, t'he American
League will present a full array
of established atom and introduce
many' bright newcomers to ,the
baseball firmament.
These were 'the observations 1
brought back with me from a re recell.,
cell., recell., tour of the Florida training
camps, during which,1 saw six of
our teams in action.
did not enjoy a first-hand
study of ,Itte Arizona-based Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indi Indians,
ans, Indians, but have been enthused uy
reports coming out of both camps
in the West.
, Indians Have Color
The addition of Ji'm Piersall
end Billy Martin has given the
Indians tremendous mew color.
Added to a lineup which includes
players like Rocky Colavito, twho
gives every indication of es ab ablishing
lishing ablishing himself alongside the
game's great attractions, this new
blood also provides the Indians
, with the elemerii, defini:e con contention.
tention. contention. A comeback by Herb
' Score to go with a fine young
pitching corps enhances this pos possibility.
sibility. possibility. The Red Sox have also profited
in power,p4iteptial by the deal
which 'hey ,otrained Vic Wertz
' from Cleveland. A Boston bomb bombing
ing bombing group with Pe'e Runnels, Ted
Williams. Wertz. MVP Jackie Jen Jensen
sen Jensen and Frank Malzone coming
the plate In that order can mnan
' great dell,to the hopes of Red
Sox fans.
Of the Florida-based team, 'he
world-champion New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees Still boast the lusteroI tbe
most solid team in baseball todsv.
Casty, 'Stengel's cha InniOns are
definitely, rated the team to best
by all their rivals.
, Chicago is Rosily
The Chicago White Sox found a
slow Elate; in the 1958 taco
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and in the- big' matehlto4ed' too
much foe the Nehi teant."'Art Gra,
ham led the thainphins 'with 585
followed by George Bell with 560..
Phil Vescio bit the 'highest series
of the night -with a 641 for the los-
ing tea. Congratulations ..to the
new champions.
, In the ,second shutout., of the
night. Lucky Strike beat the P.AA.
".lets" 4 to 0 to nail down the
third spot in the League Stand.
'Nings. George Metzger's ,586 paced
the Smokers and Ted Melanson's
572 topped the "Jets." The toss
kiropped the Klyers int i ,fourth
iDiacol,tleasi0Fuer0431 MIL
-,:SeYroollr,..ageney .scOrect,' a three,
to one win over Hi. Noma to take
6th place in the standings. Dick
Soystees 596 wa's high for SO-
mour. Bud Balcer'S 593 was high
for HI. 'Home. Balcer fimsned
the seoson with a 191 average to
again walkoff with the high ay-
erage honors.
era ge II01101. 5.
Fuerzik y Luz beat the ist place
Pan Imperial team 3, to 1 with
great a handicap to overcome.
This year hey appear ready to
go with Ahe opening, pilch. Speed
and bolor will make the While Sox
a team ,to watch. Chidago will
still boast it3 outs ending keystone
combination of Nelson Fox and
Luis Aparicio (the latter recently
termed the game's grea est short shortstop
stop shortstop by Dome Bush, a skilled and
respected baseball ,man) and ,wilt
introduce new faces typified by a
promising youngster, outfielder
Johnny Willson.
Detroit's pitching depth lin linpresset
presset linpresset me very much. The fine
Tiger mount staff of last season
will be backed up by Don Mossi
and .1layr Narleski. With proven
potency tin attack orovided by
such sthrs as Al' Kaline, Harvey
Kuenn and Frank Bolling, the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers are rightly touted on, all
fronts this year.
, Baltimore has blended a com combination,
bination, combination, of fainillar stars and new
ficesin what seems certain to be
a succesiful foe notable im improvement.
provement. improvement. Outfielder Willie Tas Tasby
by Tasby is one Oriole who. like o'her
Amerkap Le3gue bright neweom neweomers,
ers, neweomers, promises to delittht the fans.
Gus Triandos, living up to his
vickname "Tremendous Trion
dos," exiinedifies' the veteran
winch thelineup. The Ariole
pitching' also has a good balance
of yeterins and youngsters.
Can Give Trouble
When T watched the Kansas
City Athletics in spring action.
Smir,h was filline 'lie bill tit
thira base. in imnortant item for
the team. Bob eery leads ,the Artiv
In p enwei.pseked whilb
Rabb Teity,;tons nitehing staff
thst e-n irtiuhlesome for all
the Athliticst
no pieturts 'of Potential
competition in 'he Anrrictin
Te-gee mar' bs sco, in the
thst ibe Witshinliton Senators
who Pirtose list
to o the 92, lames alainitt hhe
)04nke,fip. pii-Pd by no notent
tent notent Rpy Winters. who seems
heeded for '''nothei etreitt veer,
a cspable p"chin,r staff, the
S'intorg !inn". n nn
mit tiose In bele vvith
&ha, 1,14 segiten.
.CoMttetition of this trtere from
04,ny th s' b,11. onm.
$"11ti vv)11 cc.,ntinithd Arter'"an
atione nevil".'"1 "" Alt-St
CP.", end 'worlto Prrier. would
'tr, hfret .te,r
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League Presy Roll,w,Gliechinan
leading the way with 574. Frank,
Prusinowski topped both teama
with a fine 591 series.
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The League will present prizes
to the'winners at a combined Maj,
or-Classic League party Saturday
April 18 at the Canal Zone Police
Lodge. Dinner will be at 6:30 and
a short business meeting for each
league will be, held.
Wynn's 4
Dube 177 178 166 521
Hinely.. 154 152 163 469
Amato 178 156 .181 510
Graham 212:s 160 213,1 585
Bell 1M 170 196 560
Totals 900 816 919 2635
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RC Nehl 0
vescio 215 194 232 641
Klumpp 197 172 4 142 511
Allen ,r- .429., 12111-134.i..Aal.
Englert' 1 175'. 136'148'459
Kadin 159 185' 164 508
RC Neill 0
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Allen
Eng led
Keens
Totals
215 194 232 641
197 172 4 142 511
429., 12811434.
175'. 1361148'4459
159 185' 164 508
875 815 820 2510
Pan American
Melanson
Lowande
Voss
DeLuca.
Lane
Totals
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Schmidt 192
Rudy 167
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NEW YORK (UPI).--Fight pro pronutter
nutter pronutter Teddy Brenner today wired
"British Empire heavyweight
champion Henry Cooper "an in
teresting offer" to meet Alex Mi Mitelt
telt Mitelt of Argentina in an interne internetional
tional internetional bout at New York next
month.
Brenner was so impressed by
Miteff's second-round technical
knoekoUt over favore Harold
Carter of Linden, N.,t, Monday
night at St. Nicholas Arena that
he was ready to match the Ar Artventin4
tventin4 Artventin4 slugger with Cooperti
the British titleholder is In Interested.
terested. Interested. Miteff, 2-1 undrdog against
Carter, opened up fast and caught
the New' Jersey heavyweight
"cold" with a hard right to the
Jaw shortly before the end of the
first round,
Carter hung on glimely but an anneared
neared anneared dared, at the bell. Tnen
Miteff teeny went to town' In the
seeond round- and dropped Carter
twice for mandatory eight-counts
before referee Teddy Martin
stopped the bout at 2:21;

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rddierErdeletz resigned yeater yeaterday
day yeaterday as head football coach.at the
U. S. Naval AeademS,.,--t
-"One 4 4 of the most --,suceessful
coachea, in the historyt, of the
acadennt,".- ErdelabeS Mignattou
caught Navy officials, by sur-'
prin.! He had been 'offered it'14-'
cratits position at- Tout A:1 M.
last year but. turnedit dews to
remain at the academy.
Erdelatx'a resignation ,was as asnouneed
nouneed asnouneed by Rear Admiral Charles
Melson, stiperintendenVot the
academy... r 1
--Capt. Slade Cutter,, Navy's ath athletic
letic athletic director,. issued a; stalthent
in whi;:b he admitted -that Erde Erde,
, Erde, resignation "creates an
acute problem at this time' he hecause
cause hecause "football plans already nave
been laid for next fall.If
Didn't Give Reasons'
: :
Cutter added that Erdelats ."dia
not diaciose to me his ,personal
reasons for resigning."
"We wish him every success in
his future endeavors,' Cutter bald.
"We have not had time for com communication
munication communication with or from any ,pos ,possible
sible ,possible successors."
During Erdelatz's nine. year
coaching career at the academy,
Navy won 50 games, lost 26 and
tied 8. He twice led the Middies
into bowl games. Navy won' the
Sugar Bowl game in 1955 and the
Cotton:Bowl clash. 1958.
Navy had 'won only four focnball
games in the five yers preceding
Erdelatz's arrival at the academy
in 1950. He had been line coach of

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Ft. Clayton's Headquarters Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, 4th Gun Battalion and Ft.
Kobbe's Mortar Battery, lst Battle
Group, continued their winning
ways in the 1959 PAF Company
Level Softball Tournamen,t by eli eliminating
minating eliminating ILS. Navy Communica Communications
tions Communications Station and the 1978th AACS
Squadron of Albrook AFT o
Nednesday night.
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Navy Coin' Sta. 33'2
(10 Innings)
Headquarters Battery, 4th PIM
Battalion, behind the 3-hit, 15
strikeout chucking of Charlie Car Carattini,
attini, Carattini, and the stickwork of short shortstop:Pedro
stop:Pedro shortstop:Pedro Marti, who drove, in
evety Ft. Clayton run, eliminated
tr.s.1Tivt Communications Sta Station
tion Station in a 10-inning thrill-packed con contest
test contest 4-3.
Opposing hurler John Hobble
pitched a whale of a game him himself.
self. himself. After allowing the Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton squad, 3 first inning scores,
Hobbie pitched 1-hit shutout ball
until the fatal tenth. He struck out
10 Headquarters Battery hitters.
Headquarters Battery got their 3
first inning scores on a single by
Oscar ,McCoy, t.;o "free passes,"
and a iingle by Marti with the bas
Mays And Mantle
Picked To Regain
Balling Crowns

By, BRED DOWN brook by a 3-0 score.
NEW YORK (UPDWillie Mays Mortar Battery 'gave 'Hill
and Mickey Mantle wilt' regain runs to win in the first in
the major league batting titles Tony Acevedo strolled. a(
while Stan Musial and Ted Wil. on a wild nitch, and scored
liams slip back int) the pack this Agan, ,AACS shortstop, ho
year. hopner by hie Rosario. 0
This is the forecast of thst'Unit hurler I'm Cates gave up o
ed Press International Board of bingles..two by Rosario.
Baseball Experts in ita' annual In Thursday nittl, PAt
pre-season survey. Twenty-seven Mortar Batten, meets Ha I
of the 50 experts picked Mays to 4th Gun Bit. at 6 I'm. and
win, the National League' title' and Angelus and U.S. Aimy
twenty-three chose Mantle to win Service Meet Joe Chamb
the American League crown. end Ho' Co;. lst Battle
Mole, who has won "even NL- d, Ft. Eobbe. Siena) and
championships, was pierced bY are the only, undefeated te
three experts while the 41-year.odl the tourney.
Williams, the AL batting 'king the
last .two seasons 'and winner 'of lodl ek
six crowns in 'all, got six votes
ran Races Set
The board of experts is compose.
of UPI Sports Editor Leo II; Pe- F
tenon and UPI Baseball Wrktr
Milton Richman in addition to 48 Facora Sad
writers who have covered' the The Arrangements for dr
teams in spring training. es at Pacora air strip, o
Mays batted .347 last seaeon to day, April 12, have been
finish three points toehinot Richie pleted. Starting time hal
Ashburn of the Philadelphia. Phil. set for 10 with -hist
lies but it was an erratic year to begin shortly beforet
for the San Francisco Giants', 27. This sport. has .become 1
year-old eenter-fielder. .... ingly popular as has bee
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Bravos .denced by. the. large gatho
slugger who hes a five-year big both spectators ) and coital
league mark of .316, ranked Sec- and the numerous inquirit
ond ''4he NL Noting with tive to future events.
mints. Musial and Bob Skitmer. of Over 35 ears entered tt
the PlItsburoh Pirates had three petition' in:the list event s
each and Duke Snider 'of the event promises to be
Los Angeles Dodgers. Wet! Cost. bly more attraotive as it I
Melon of the Braves, Ashburn and ned to hive Motorcyc
Bill, Maxeroski of the Pirates had also compete on the one oneone
one oneone each. mile run.
, Mantle, who won AL erewne in Qualification runs will bl
1956 and 1957. batted .304 last sea- prior, to the, competitive r
SOT1 when WHAM' .328 :wag Ate tweett' tWO, ot, three ears c
winning figure. torcvles.'
Williams tied for pecond in the The general public is
voting wilt' Harvey Euenn of ,the 'to ',attend and a pichio
Detrolt.-Tigera Vio Power of should be''''brought atom
the Cleveland Indians. AI Kaline those, not acquainted with
of:the 'Ileers go five votes, 'Roy rectioni to Pacori strip,
Sievers of the Washington Sena. will meet at the Drive In:
tore two end Bob Bove og 'the ing lot, at the Civil ,Affairl
Baltimore Oriole" and Bill Skew. ing at8:30 and leavo
ron of the Yankees otte 'each. ly, thereafter..,

,prelesildief San .1 Fra nano
FortY-Ninere, befre accepting-the
Navy job:
Navy had:only a '14 record in
Eddie's firsf-season-st,lumapolis,
but one these- was. a stunning
1A-V, Victory 7,tiverr, ',,''',previously.
unbeaten '4 Army: team: In the- all allimportant
important allimportant "competitie 'against the
Cadets,. Erdelita's Navyl teams,
won times, losl 1' and tied 1. r
,
- Sialk4ilso Gene- r
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at Navy begat' to la e hold in
1952 ,when he chalked, up first
winning season-, with'' a, 6--2-1,tec
ord. His 1954- team had a record
of eight wins and two defeatschis
1956 teeth lost only one game and
his 107 team chalked up a 0 1-1
record. -
'The -7 resignation 'or Erdelatz
meant that- bah military tearati
wilLblve JIM( .football 'coaches
this year.' Army's (Red)
Blaik retired- after lbe-end of the
-1958 season. 't
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A native of San ,Franciaeo, Er.
delatz was an outstanding end
during his undergraduate days
at' St, Mary's (Colit.),College in
1933-34-35. He remained at St:
Mary's following, hie graduatioq le,
serve as a line, coach under Slip
Madigan.
Eddie entered the Navy in 1942
and lea his indoctrination course
at Annapolis,, following his Ate Atecharge
charge Atecharge in 1,946? he,- hooked. on ,r4s
Navy end roach and in 1948 be became
came became line coach of the Forty FortyNiners.
Niners. FortyNiners.

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es loaded. Navy Centerfielder Joe
Gagne bobbled the ball momentar- TO
ily, allowing all the runners to
score. Navy pecked away at Cart Cha
attini, scoring single runs in thi ,.
second,lourth, aid fifth killings. ,01'
' 'Navy' mouited; their big theeat it,s ,,
in the 4th as i single by John Hob Hobble,'
ble,' Hobble,' two walks and an error had .4,.-
Carattini in real'trouble, however,
after allowing one score, be struck
out Al Krueger with the bases lbad lbaded
ed lbaded to' escape further difficulty. ), .1 .,
HeadquartetVilattery got Abe. kt,
winnin grun in the tiP -bribe 10th
as Carattini walked 'ind ',Able sec-
ond and, third on SIM iSSIRre pitch pitches,
es, pitches, and scored on a single by re.'
dra Marti.'
Navy threatened in the lOttrii
1
Dick M hob strolled, stole second.
and ad ante, to thillt on's', wild u ,.f 'A
pitch. e was' left.'stranded a titin '11.
Gadbois pounded to first to tend
the game.
While- Gadbois was at bat, the
most controversial play of the
tournament. took place. Gadbois
stroked a line smash down the
right field line which Ititked'. up
chalk. Umpire' Clyde Millet,'work-
ing first base, declared the ball 'a N
foul.
Navy protested violently' espe especially
cially especially just after the game, but you
don't win argunients with the um-
Ores, aid the, call stood. Contro-
versy raged all ,evening, but from ,'
the scorebox, the timoires'decislon
looked good, although it was very
dose. .
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Mortar Btry, lst B. G. 3 4 (I
19711th ACSA Squadron I, '3 I
Mortar Battery.lst Battle Grano
of rt. Kobbe. behind 13-hit bitghing
by Oscar Hill. defeated and elimi;
noted 1978th AACS Squadron of A-
brook by a 3-0 score.
Mortar Battery gave Hill enough
runs to win in the first inning as
Tony Acevedo strolled, advanced
on a wild bitch, and scored as Bill
Agan, AACS shertston, bobbled n
hopper by JOse Rosario. Obnosing
hurler Jim Catea gave up only four
binglea. two by Rosario.
In Thursday night, PO
Mortar Battery meets Ha Batter".
4th Glin Bn. at 6 nm. and at 8, Al
Anstnus and 1.I.S. Armv
Service meet Joe Chamber, and
Hq end Ho' Co.. lst Batt it l'IrrYm
ot Ft. Kobbe. Signal and Hq, CO.
are the only undefeated teams in
the tourney.
,
brill Races Set
For Pacora Stindav
.
The Arrangements for drag tai taies
es taies at Pacora air strip, on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, April 12, have been com completed.
pleted. completed. Starting time has bean
set for 10 a.M., with ,litspections
to begin shortly beforehand.,
This sport. has pecome
ingly popular as has been evi evidenced
denced evidenced br the large gathering lot
both spectators and competitors,
and the numerous inquiries iela ielative
tive ielative to future events.
Over 35 ears entered the tom.
petition iii.the list event and this
event promises to be, considers.
bly more attradive as it is pon4
ned to have Me Motorcycle Club
IllSo compete on I tht one-quarter
mile run.
Qualification runs will be made
prior, to the, competitive runs be.
tweell'tWO ot three ears or mo.
torcyles.'
The general public is invited'
'to ',attend and a picnic lunch
should be''''brought along. For
those, not acquainted with the dit
rections to Peewit strip, a group
will meet at the Drive Inn parko
ing lot at the Civil Affairs bulid.
ing st,3:30 leave'short.
ly, thereafter..,
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BUENOS AIRES, April 9 (UPI)
Argentina has ordered one Com.
munist diplomat te ieVout of the
coentry and brand4ifouv others
unwelcome fort, taking .part in
last week's' anti-government riot rioting
ing rioting here.
Soviet Embassy counselor Nico:
lai Belous,who was ordered yes yesterday
terday yesterday to get out of Argentina
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WASHINGTONG, April 0 UPI)
FBI Chief J. Edgar-Hoover
warned the ,nation today that
Americar,1 ,'ComnuiniSt 'party
leaders are going, inta "full
scale action" undet &tiers
from Moscow.
Hoover said the U.S. reds
were ordered to attend the 21st
congress of .the Communist
Party in ',the Soviet Union last
February to abtain instrUctions.
In a signed editOrial in the
BI .Law Enforcement, Bulletin,
Hoover said the foremost targets
in the- new' toMmunist; offense
are' labOr groups arid basic in industries,'
dustries,' industries,' ',including steel,:'ship steel,:'shipping,,
ping,, steel,:'shipping,, aUtothabiles and -transportatioW
particularly railroads.
"The danger to the' national
security shoUld assuredly be
evident in the feverish activities
and spirited optimism of the
Communist Party, U. S. A.,"
Hoover said
lie said dedicated party mem members
bers members are distributing literature
of the "communist grist mills"
in an all-out effort to "degrade
the 'American economic system,
infiltrate labor organizations
and beguile workers in the
camp of communism."
The FBI -director said the
evaluattorrot theCommunist
Party in ,the United States re reveals
veals reveals definite long-range plans
for expansion ot,t the American
kens.

FBI Chief .Viams
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By US Red Party
WASHINGTONG, April 0 I;
FBI Chief J. Edgar-Hi
warned the nation today
American Uonitntiniat e
leaders are going intO
scale action" undet nely,
from moscow.
Hoover said the ll.S.
were ordered to attend the
congress of the CQIIIM
Party in ',the Soviet Union
February to Obtain institcl
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BI .Law Enforcement, Hul
Hoover said the foremost ta
in the- new' tOMMUTILIC of,
are' labor groups EWA bast
dustries, ',including steel,
ping,, autotnObiles and "11
portatioW particularly rant
"The danger to the' nat
security shoUld assuredb
evident in the feverish act'
and spirited optimism of
Communist Party, U. S.
Hoover said.
lie said dedicated party t
bers are distributing liter
of the "communist grist t
in an all-out effort to "del
the 'American economic sy,
infiltrate labor organize
and beguile workers in
camp of communism."
The 013 'director said
evaluationof- theComm
Party in the United State
veals definite long-range
for expansion on the Ame
kens.
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night on three other Russians'
First Secretary Dimitric A. Dia-.
konov, Cultural attache Constan
tin P. Monekov and Vasi y. '-
vashoy, of the embassy's com commercial
mercial commercial department-h-and Roma Romanian
nian Romanian cultural attache Alexei Ma Marin.
rin. Marin. A spokesman said a formal or order
der order for the four men to get out
of the country would be issued
soon, probably in a matter of
hour
Foreign 'minister Carlos- Illorit
charged 'yesterday that officials
of the Communist' embassies here
took part in last week's riots, in
which at least 17 persons were
injured and 144 Were arrested.
The newspaper Noticias Grafi Graficas
cas Graficas reported yesterday that le.
lous was in Begot's, Colombia,
during the wild rioting that mar-,
red the Inter-American confer conference
ence conference there in April, 1948.
Argentipa. Mexico and Uruguay
are the only Latin American
countries which maintain diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic relafrions with, Russia. Mex Mexleo
leo Mexleo expelled two R,ussian diplo.
mats las, week for lomenting la labor
bor labor trouble. and there have been
reports that Uruguay soon may
break off relations with the
REPORT QUAKE
TURIN, Italy (UPI) An
earthquake was felt in Turin: Gee-
oa and Marseille; France, yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Scientist said although the
stock was light it may have caus caused
ed caused some damage in the Cuneo a area,
rea, area,

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Lokra on the 'northeast frontier of
'Assam,UPI' correspondent, A.:
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estimated, some IOU, -troops had t
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safetY 'of the Dalai lama during ''
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1 AUCUSTA, Ca., April 9 (UPI)--The White House today terserly ,rejeoted a labor suggestion that President Eiien Eiienuhrtoemlidapyloyhmereent,ansdayuinndgertal
uhrtoemlidapyloyhmereent,ansdayuinndgertal Eiienuhrtoemlidapyloyhmereent,ansdayuinndgertal kheavaepneorscoonmalminensptecwthioll,uvre-or,f.:areas whore unemployment is severe.
, --,otprese seoretary James C. Hagerty brushed aside the suggestion which,was made at yesterday's AFL-CIO Wash Wash'1
'1 Wash'1 '' ngt"orn 6nCondfehrisengc:Ifoning
i The AFL-,C10 conference aimed a number of shafts at the President yesterday for playing golf while 4,362,000
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iAmericans are unemployed. But Eisenhower took no cognizance of the critical storm in the nation's capital,, worted
In his temporary office during the morning and golfed at the Augusta national club during the afternoon.
i' The AFL-C10 rally demanded that President tisenhower call an immediate conference of labor, business, farm
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:wet government leaders to map plans for reducing unemployment -,
--- ........s.,.....,.. Arn Itrialmninvmant sitan vntad tn dramatize the olieht of lob

ZAIlld government leaders to map plans for reducing unempioyment. 1
:7" :r Some 7000 delegates attending a mass conference on unemployment also voted to dramatize the plight of job:le-et
workers with community rallies in their home townt:They said they Intended to whip up local demands for

rrompt Federal action.
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41 4-4- tnAn with nn admit wale;

Tito rally approved the twin res restioluttehs
tioluttehs restioluttehs after Labor Secretary
:James P. Mitchell promised to eat
vtlikitat on theLabor Department
,,atot if the job 'picture failed to
tmattve greatly by fall.
.; But Mitchell criticized both the
4AdMinistration and Congress for
, nig doing enough.
, 'The socrotary prodictod that
employment would Os to 61 mil mil:
: mil: lion and that urtamploymont
" viould drop to throe million by
October. At mid-March thy.
woe 62,828,000 persons at work
and 4,362,000 lobless.
The rally got a taste of speedy
'acticm from Senate Democratic
Jeader Lyndon B. Johnson.
41 Addressing the delegates, he an annoittced
noittced annoittced he planned to introduce a
resolution to set up a Federal coin coin;
; coin; milaion of business and labor lead leadtono,who
tono,who leadtono,who would visit areas of high
;uneinployment and report back to
o Congress in 80 days,
t Senate colleagttes credited John.

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son today with an adroit political i
move in his sponsorship of the 60-
day commission study..
But tbey said they expect his 11-
member commission to be "donii "doniinated
nated "doniinated by. conservatives" because
President Eisenhower and GOP
Congressional leaders win 'pick
seven of its members. Sixty:seven
senators co-sponsored the John Johnson's
son's Johnson's proposal.
Johnson, criticized by some
fetiow Democrats for failing to
show more leadershili on recent
unemployment benefits legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, warned of Eisenhower veto
threats and suggested the Fed Federal
eral Federal commission survey,as the
"one recourse" available,
Informed sources said the An Anti
ti Anti would support the Johnson
plan despite reservations about the
sixty-day period allowed for the
commission to itivestigate and
make. recommendations, to Congress.-
They .said. it ,might lead to
iielay of ,major legislation to create,
jobs.
Sen. Paul Douglas (D-ril.). who.
refused to co-sponsor the Johnson
bill, said he assumed the commis commission
sion commission would "do no harm" but honed
wonldiaot delay Senate action
on a'' permanent unemploymenl
comnensation bill.
Johnson's commission. which
would submit specific recommen recommendations
dations recommendations fo raction. would visit Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylva Pennsylva'nia,
'nia, Pennsylva'nia, Montana, Michigan, Missouri,
New JerseyrNew ,England41aSka,
and "all other areas 'of. abnormal
unemployment."
President Eisenhower, noW tak taking
ing taking a golfing vacation in Augusta,
Ga., came in for a rough time at
the one-day rally, called by the
AFL-CIO to demand Federal helo
for the:- jobless. Sneaker after
speakerreferredto the President's
golf playing.
Leading the criticism was M MCI
CI MCI Vice President Walter P. Reu Reuther,
ther, Reuther, a sparkplug of the rally. who
denounced what he called- the
President's "doqiothing ec,onomic
policies," and, Then: declared:
"Wh'en the,President spends
too much time behind the
golf ball he puts the Ameri American
can American people behind the 8-ball."
The resolutions passed by the
delegates just before the meet meeting
ing meeting ended denouncedpmaSs un unemployment
employment unemployment as. a "crime against
America" and laid. thikt 'only
Federal 'action can solve 4t.".,
AFL-CIO president George
Meany said ,Congreas was get getting
ting getting a flood of mail telling it
to hold, down ,Federal spending
and balance the !midget. He
urged the delegates to make
sure their congressnierilalso got
a flood of mail showing them,
"the problems of the people."
Douglas proposed using gov government
ernment government surplus food to pre pre,
, pre, vent hunger in parts of West
Virginia and Kentucky and a
food stamp plan to improve
scanty diets elsewhere.
He said Eisenhower may be
personally generous but is
surrounded by "rich million millionaires
aires millionaires who play golf and
bridge with him and let him
shoot pheasants on tbeir
estates." .1
He said he feared the "kind "kindly
ly "kindly Kansan" had become "the
captive, of hard-faced men who
know Keel sely what they
want.'"
Democratic members of Con Congress
gress Congress generally received a warm
reception from' the union dele delegates
gates delegates in contrast to that ac accorded
corded accorded the Republicans.
IV GOP members Rep.
Thomas Curtis (Mo.) and igen.
Gordon Allot (Colo.) were
greeted rather cooly when they
warned that labor should not
look to the Federal government
to overcome all economic prob problems.
lems. problems. The rally in the National
Guard Armory was marred by
the illness of 80 Ohio delegates
who were stricken with food
poisoning. Eighteen. were taken
to hospitals.
The victims said they believ believed
ed believed the illness resulted from a
turkey dinner served on 'a train
from Toledo.
The armory basement was
turned into a sick room to treat
lose not taken to hospitals.
Union delegates from 15 eaet eaetern
ern eaetern and midwestern cities
som eof them unemployed
attended the one-day confer conference
ence conference to put pressure on Conit
gress arid, the administration, te
take Rotten to spur the cond.-
my and wipe out unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment. They arrived bearing
placards, some of which chided
Eisenhower's golf.
Meany charged that the Pres

ident's policies---Nould prolong employment pro
high-level unerhplyment. on to make his -1
He called for wage boosts, if the job pic'
a shorter work 'week, bigger brighten drania
jobless '-benefits and increas- tumn as the 'mill
ed ,spending' f o r defense, pects it to.
schools and. -public works.
Meany also) charged that a ,fle appealed to
govern,ment report showing an ernment to wOrl
increase in employment and a spirit of compr
greater-than-leasonal deCline in do, he said, the
unemployment- was part of a joy reasonably't
"welF7staged -propaganda cam- Many of the
paign" by the Eisenhower ad- ,-' rived in tom
ministration. -4, which read "01
Except for isolated heckling, a reference te
Mitchell was received politely golfing vacatiol
by the delegates, lt,leany intro- -Cities renrese
duced him as "a good friend york, Boston, De
of mine with whom I don't al- en,' Cleveland,
ways agree." - ledo, Philadelpi
Mitchell praised -the' rally as New a r k, In&
a "good thing" to stimulate ac- mond, Baltimor
tion by Washington on the un- Washington.

employment prolkem He' went
on to make his hat-eating offer
if the job picture- does' not
brighten draniatically by au autumn
tumn autumn as the 'administration ex-.
pects it to.
,He appealed to' laboe and gov government
ernment government to ivbrk together in a
spirit of compromise. If they
do, he said, the nation can en enjoy
joy enjoy reasonably',fitli -employment.
Many of the delegatee ar ar'
' ar' rived in town with 'signs
which read "On to Augusta,"
a reference to Eisenhower's
golfing vacation.
, -Cities represented were New
york, Boston, Detroit, New Hav Haven,'
en,' Haven,' Cleveland, To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh,
New a r k, Indianapolis; Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Baltimore, Chicago and

Frank Lloyd Wright, Storm Center
Of Modern Arthitecture, Dies At 89

PHOENIX, Aril., 9 (UPI)
World-famed architect Frank Lloyd
Wright, 89, to under of the mod modern
ern modern school of building craftsman craftsmanship
ship craftsmanship and storm center of artistic
controversy; most of ,his Wet died
today in St. Joseph's'
The "rhellinus old 'gentleman"
as friends referred to him in his
later years, succumbed iollowing
an emergency operation Monday
for treatment of an intestinal
tract obstruction. He had respond responded
ed responded well to the surgery, his doctor
said, but apparently his age made
recovery impossible.
Critics often disputed whether
Wright was the greatest American
architect of the 20th Century but
all agreed' he certainly was the,
most famous for his individualis individualistic
tic individualistic stylea blending of precision
machine-age lines with nature's
lying forms in stone, steel, wood
or glass.
Wright maintained a home and
school called Talesin-West on the
desert near here, although he nor nornally
nally nornally spent his summers in Vis Visconsin,
consin, Visconsin, where he built a house al also
so also named Welsh for
"Radiant Brow"at Spring Green
during his mid-years.;
He is survived by his widow a
noted architect son, Frank Lloyd
Wright Jr.,. and a motion picture
actress-granddaughter, Anne Bait Baitter,
ter, Baitter, as well as numerous children,
grandchildren and great- grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren.
His doctor said Wright died at
6:45 a.m. of "complications result resulting
ing resulting from the operation."
He entered the hospital list Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Both artisitically and peFsonally,
Wright's life was a battle with the
contemporary schools of thought.
And he captured acclaim abroad
long before hit own country rec recotnized
otnized recotnized him as a "titanic force"
in building design through the A American
merican American Institute of Architects.
Some regarded him as a master-builder,
a genius with bound boundless
less boundless ability. Others believed. him

Flower Selling
Course Begins
Monday Al YMCA

The Y.M.C.A.--U.S.0 will open
an eight-week course in flower art
rangement on Monday at 9 am.
Mrs. Pat Morgan who has con.
ducted these classes at the "Y"
for many years tvill be the teach teacher,
er, teacher, assisted by Mrs. Eleanor Hodg
son.
The course will include the his.
tory of flower arrangement, the
Vs and don'ts; basic principles
of design ,and color harmony;
practical demonstrations; the
use of various' materials, such as
cut flowers, fruits, vegetables,
seeds, dried and exotic subjects.
The making of corsages win also
be demonstrated.
The classei will meet for eight
successive Monday mornings and'
will culminate in flower show to,
be put on br the students. Certif.'
Ickes will isgued to those sa satisfactorily
tisfactorily satisfactorily coMpleting the course.
There is no charge for the clas clasRes,
Res, clasRes, but thosei wishing to particip participate
ate participate are requested to register, An
advance, so that advance plan i
ning may be worked out. To en enroll
roll enroll call Balboa 2839 or 2750 or
register at the YMCA office,

to be theatrical, denouncing his
style as uncouth and inhuman and
without 'any "sympathetic alliance
with true culture.
But gradually he won accept acceptance
ance acceptance 'of such "Wrightishas" as
windowless' bathrpotis end kitth.
entl,' heating' thkeiigh' the Sod and
the abandonment of unncessary
curves and superfitial ornament.
His tame developed slowly, but
then skyrocketed when the
Wright-designed Imperial Hotel in
Tokyo, erected on a floating foun foundation,
dation, foundation, was the only buildmg to
Withstand the 1923 Japanese
earthquakeone of the worst in
history.
Even before the turn of the cen century,
tury, century, Wright had abandoned long longstanding
standing longstanding European architectural
forms and hibehed his career to
the machine, which he described
as the "conquerer of the drudge drudgeries
ries drudgeries and demoralization of this
earth."

Plastic Bags Can
Be Child Killers

WASHINGTON (UPI) Warn Warning
ing Warning to parents: Don't Ist plastic
bags become child-killers, as
abandoned refrigerators did.
At least four children have
suffocated in ,the film3r bags used
for itte delivery of dry eleaning eleaningThe
The eleaningThe deaths occurret: in Phoenix,
Arist

The National Safety Council and
the American Medicaly Assn. re
vealed Tuesday they 'were pre preparing
paring preparing "medical .alerts", on the
containers, just as they have
warned -in the past about untend
ed iceboxes and a noxious swizzle
stick that hit the American mar market
ket market some months ago.
The National Institute of- Dry
Cleaning, which has headquarters
in nearby Silver Spring, Md., re reported
ported reported it WaS asking its- 8,500
members-4nd possibly all 84,000
dry-cleatiing establishments in the
COUNTRYto warn customers of 1
the danger. I
An AMA report rai the Phoenix
cases .indicated that static elec.
trieity in. the bags awed them
to cling to the victims' faces and
cut off their breathing. Three of
the youngsters were two years of
age, the other was four.
"Ilundmds of millions of these
bags are being used by dry clean cleaners
ers cleaners in this cOuntry," Willialn
BrOWO,' d Irector of public) tele
tions for the cleaning institute.
reported;
Medical authorities think per perhaps
haps perhaps the climate in Phoenix con.
tribute' to. the four deathstime
dry,: cool' tir is most,. 'Conducive
to' a buildup ,of static 'electricity.
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FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ',-
1
1 ELIZABZTH, N.J. (UPI)D. B.
Brown, Inc., a poultry distributing
firm, celebratet its 50th miniver miniver,"
," miniver,"
Among the guests: Secretary of
Labor,:ames P. Mitchell, and 14
1 truck drivers nresently on strike
against. the company.
Company President Ilerbert
Brown said it,won't irsbutitnets
moestag.; 1:said 'iome the
drivers had been' wir.rth 'firm for
30 Years and ail sit down as
Mend, of the COMnan"." Mitchell
4riond and neighboc, 4nd a
long-time custotner.

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LT. COL. L. M. GROSS, IL S. Army Panama Area Engineer,
shown inspecting ons of the units of the new Capehart Hous Housing
ing Housing proleet peing bunt at Curundu. Gross Will speak Monday
night at 'Monthly dinner, theetirig of' the Society of Americap
Military Engineers.
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Army Area Engin eer To Give Talk

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The U. S. Army Panama area
engineer will address the Society
of American Military Engineers
at the regular monthly dinner dinnermeeting
meeting dinnermeeting Monday night.
The subject of Lt. Col. L. M.
Gross' speech will be Capehart
housing as differentiated from
normal military housing. The guest
speaker has been a registered on

Big Talkers Apt
To Stiffer More
Risk With Teeth

LONDOIst, A report is-1
sutd the' British Dental Assn.
yesterday said that talkative
persons faced a greater risk of
having bad teeth than silent
types.
The reason, the report explain-
ed, was that the mouths of chat chatterbOxes
terbOxes chatterbOxes were open more of time,
exposing their teeth more fre frequently
quently frequently to dental erosion caused
by environmental factors in their
workshops.
The report said particular risks
in this respect were run by work workers
ers workers employed in the manufacture
of acids, as well as brewers.
dyers, textile printers, soap. and
paper makers and welders.
Persons who breathe through
their mouths also were suscepti susceptible
ble susceptible to more dental trouble, it
added.
Saxaphone players anr othey
musicians who play wind instru instruments,
ments, instruments, the report declared, "ac "acquire
quire "acquire characteristic dental lesions
which may put an end to a career
of distinction.'

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gineer for over 20 years and be
received his bachelor of science
civil engineer degree from, the U University
niversity University of Kentucky.
The. subject of the address is
considered timely sitige Gross is
responsible for the current cons construction
truction construction of 330 sets of Capehart
army ,,quarters at a cost of 5 1-2
millions- dollars., Florida Builders
inc. of St. Petersburg, Fla., is the
rlit'riarrintreg 11'1
e d at the
truest gltouse with social
hour commencing at d p.m. fol followed
lowed followed by dinner and the address
at 7 p.m. Members should make
reservations as indicated oti the
mailed announeeMents, other in interested)
terested) interested) penons' may t Make '', re
erVations'"bricilling -Katie Aim Aimquist,
quist, Aimquist, Navy Pacific 2355.

Linguist Gives
Talk' On Scriptures
Before Commipee

Men 'need to understand God's
word in terms tha: speak to them
with real meaning Dr. Eugene A.,
Nida told members of the Chris Christian
tian Christian Business Men's Committee an
their guests at the CBMC's April
luncheon.meeting held yesterday in
the Fern Room of the Tovo li Guest
House.
An author and a leading author-1
itMit the woriCon,linguisties, Ni Ni4da
4da Ni4da currentlyon the Isthmus in
connection with his- work as direc director
tor director of translatinns tor the Ameri Ameriean
ean Ameriean Bible Society. He has 'travel 'traveled
ed 'traveled in more than 30 countrieto,' of
Latin America, Europe and Ahi Ahica
ca Ahica and hes done field research in
about 80 languages.
"The Scriptures have been trans translated
lated translated into 1,136 languages -, and
there are some 2,000 yet to ge,"
Nida stated in discusing the corn,
pliations of communicating ,God's
word to men.' The Scriptures, 'are
too often taken for., granted, lie
pointed out,, as he drew Upon Spa Spacifie
cifie Spacifie examples in his ,Own experi experiences
ences experiences throughout the world ot bow
the simple message ,of the word
of God has changed the lives of
PeoPle and of communities, ,
- "Sometimest V teiclitig' the
Seriptures we divorce them from
life,' Nida saidYet, in tie very
translating of the word : of God,
he added, the primary tim to
express the baste spiritual, truths
in man's own language ,wherever
he may be so that they speak- to
WI life. ,,,,
ctress
Hepes-$ome, Cash
Comes With' Ocor

(Cr 1i ''''Wendi 1111-
ler; whe Won' an Pscar for her
supnerting role' in the movie "'Sep "'Seporate,
orate, "'Seporate, Tables,' said ',' 'yesterday
sbe preferred bard rail to, glory.
hope this award m cash,
harir,cash,'. tbe 4,6-year-old Brit,
ish actress said in. it, London
News Chronicle, interview,
"Never mind the honor; though
rm sure it's very nice of them."
4 Miss Hiller, ,who is married and
the mother of a 20Iyear-old dough doughter,''
ter,'' doughter,'' admitted movie-cameras 111'-'
ways- frightened ber.-But .1 am
prepared to be frightened some
of- the time'for the tight eonsid eonsideration;"
eration;" eonsideration;" she said.
firdpartrIv0uld,
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MINISTER RETURNS Htill
Ann; West
derman, foteign ; Minister Hein Heinrich
rich Heinrich von trtrtano 'returned 'here
today hvm Washingtor' where
he took part in the Western for foretgn
etgn foretgn ministers' meeting, and the
15-nation NATO. Council sessim

NEW DLIIL'Airil Indian opposition ta tho'
Communist campaign in Tibet IncreaeCtodar and there ward'
demands in parliament that Indial military forces be. strength strengthened
ened strengthened to meet anrCommunist threat to Indiao,t,,,''
Tibetan patriots,,,set' UP it, 'provisional ; government outside i
Lhasa, to oppose the ,ChinesoCommunist', puppet reghni headed 'ef
by the, Pancheo Lama,' and fierce fighting Mat seported raging
at tht, top' of theworld: with both, aides pledged; to Pliberatel
" ; ) ',-, ;4. -' ',i,,
Tha Indian gavirnment's all:India radio increaSed the volume;
of Its broadcasts to tell,thwTibitani theirDalai Lama, was late
in India and to broadcast detailed spiecheson the:Tibetan annex'
tion by Primo,Minister 'Jawaharlal Nebru.,:leipin; radio stepped :'t
lup its broadcasts earlier, ',7,,,!!; '.

r Ali political 'parties in Indiver Indivercept
cept Indivercept the Comnumists denobnced
the Chinese Communist t suppres suppression
sion suppression in Tibet 'es a "blood bath,"
a "second Hungarr -an ex-,
ample of "Chinese' ;imperialism,"
Marry rnembers'A,oparliament
saw the action. in 'Tibet as a
threat to India and to 'the Jive In Indian
dian Indian protectorates of .Slirldm -and
Buhtan and the indepen,dent king kingdom
dom kingdom of Nepal, sefve
buffer states betweenAndiai-, a. t
Tibet. 5',,''rr!,e:1,
Reliable. sources bere Sai the
Reds were using heavily arm.
reinforcements in the:J. drive to
cruh the rebels; They, included
tingent of 'troops fromf,Inner
han-Oeked genershr eon eongolia
golia eongolia accustomed t6 'terrain elMest
as difficult, as, that,of
But, aceording .te,qhs- sources,
the Red' drive ,,had beerC ham hampered
pered hampered by the disruOtion of, Tibet's
few roads b the Tibetan. rOela,
The reports said ,?the'i,tribearnen,
blew up, at least 'seven inidges on
th only road, frontChinaits the
Tibetan capital ,of 4,hasa ;-
,
, ,,
The sources said' theReds con controlled
trolled controlled the area, around Lhasa,'
but were ',still' meeting resistance
in other -,3reat2;;One-,;-group-4..-ofKhampas
killed 100 Chinese Com Communist!
munist! Communist! troops in a single ambush,
the report said.
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Reliable sources Judd the, anti antiPetning
Petning antiPetning revolt was growing-daily
and that an increasing atimber
TibeonS Weye beloing the ,1011m ,1011mtribestherrleccetly
tribestherrleccetly ,1011mtribestherrleccetly as
The repoits said it eppearjd un unlikely
likely unlikely that the Chinese cOuld sue

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)0 con make a round trip to the
refrigerator while the commer commercial
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::. .,i.,,:,,,,,,,,.:-..-r .''.,-- k -4 .,,-,,,,,, ,,,,,, of its broadeas,ts, to. tell ,tha,Tibetans their',:Dalat Lama, was:sato i,-, ,- ,!,
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, ,,, .. !;,::i.;:"' ::,..: :4::-.,,.'il::',6,:lNi'W,:ii- '4'''iiiiiniii.:0,Dii:v. in India and.to broadcast detailed spietbes'on the! Tibetan situsi7., T.
''iriii'.ica'rffiViiile' AiNninigiii'l tion, by Prirna,Minister ''Jawaliariallielsru.,:leipin; radio stePped ',.',.,..
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362,000 A ;. : ., :;::::::',:;:.;.:::,:::',. :::;::-:;,:,:,,,.2.,, ,,,,i::?:.:::'-:::.:;,;:,,,,.,,,i,:,,,,:,;:!, up its,, broadcasts eariier,',!:...; -,; &,;',1,. ...i -,..,.,0-.,,,.. ',, ; :.-,, -rt'--t -1,0:--,, "4 ,-,:,"-' !.
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i 'if-;',:i'''':-. -.;,;:','MW.::.5.,:,;,,&'.iftlf,:'.W:i:nt' v.-All political 'parties m Iiidia7,,,ex. ,eeed in wiping out the rebels be...-. -., 4.1
worked ..,,....,A,,:,:, 44:,:, ':::-'' :, .. -..:': ,;4 gNi:,;g;ZEig',MPiMti;;i,,: eept the communists ,denoinned Cause of Me Kharn,Pas knowledge t., --
. tiet746' ' ',i" !''',::: :':iV'i'''.'''.', :.,,,.',.: .: ''''..v:"'''. r..0,0,1R.,1,2iadl the Chinese COmmonlatt suppres- of the mountainous:terrain' gained. 'ttti
. : .g,.::.:',:.,i.i:..:':".... ::if4 ,:''.., -''?,i'0,1:t M'',',.,.. :-,-,.-,s:;,:.-::;:::::::?..!::.-,:-;:,;.-:,;:ii.,ii:,,;:;:.V,:':,,.:-,..:::::::::::::''' sion in Tibet os a '."blood, bat,141, during,:,yearsi-an,-',;:.,noniadie:oterdsg.,'.' .'. :
Is, faml , .,,q?,,:.1 .....,!,,,,,,. 1A4,,,i,g q:;f,,i ..,,,,,i:,,,,i,.,A,s,ioi,,gisom!. :?:Iii::NimiAiiiiiii a "second Hungary!!,and,:an: .e1(;, IllelL ":..1, .f:,,i r- .. 7,' :', : A : i 1 ;; !, 1
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. ''7' '': ..''''':.;''''.':" '''.1:'1''''''''--1441:::1 11-1-''il'''':',1'''''''1.:i'.,i,1,1i111.. lilli:iiiiitegatt a'mple of ".0hinese'.4.inper,1,114sru:7 -,,'' UPI, ,correSpondent yatrick Kill.; : f
-of job- i Oiiis:MN.,E.-:: i,i...,,'...,4?;!IZ ; ,,Csn:g.:14!.. ;'-',''i''.'7',:,.':i'i;'::.,iii '.:''f:WM::'.',::'':::44.' many rnembersoi7-4Parliament eally,,,that-c travelers :. estimate 7 the:, : ,, I
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aids 'for til4:10.''''':,,:L,1.:: ,,;....,13.;:,:0:::;$:::',4"':,,::.'":1',..110"4,!.4ii .11iiiiiitiriiiiiiiii,:iiiiirsAti saw the action. ',,16,,,ofihet ai. ',a' Dalai -.' Lama ,' woulC', be, traveling ', .,
7.waollidg'elb; ealon;;roecgiene,i,v,tharel-,,,itaiou!'1,9ar:aaisr::::fy::::.,'0713bn,:elu.itti,d:edheor,.m:otalte....t.;:t.:;t!
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. '4,'...'f''.--:.-,:i0Ka.,; .4',:airt,;4,e,i0A:,.3,i''''''P ,-.:.Iii.t.,ii:.::W,''R'i--iimIniiiiiiiing,i'.:,',Aila:iiiiiii: dim protectorates, of .Siklum.,and Dalai', Lamet--,reirerdtt',,by Tibetans r:
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Assam, ,UPI' correspondent ,,A.-. ,K.
Area Eneneer, reinforcements,- in,,,, thei,-,:.drive:. to 1 .-it -.
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i I d d 'Ilas reWtted 'that odi a officers .1
LT. COL. L ,IV,I; GROSS; U. S.: Army Panama-spetting
.nbnuisi,of the units of the new Capehart lions- erukh the rebels,,- They,; no u e
shown in.
ing projoot being t at Curiindu. Gross kvill speak MondaY tginelgieenateoefuelterolIs ftrotorri:,rrjriaemerat:04t- ,:essotivm,se,dtaate:y: ii:d.t0,18, ai..770.1n0:::1(a)ita,,.,,:'0..:tr.,,e7n:P.178:-.,btand.i,. ,..: '.,:.,-
,e, a. ;lid tghovey tghoveyether
ether tghoveyether in a
,I,.1,1,ight at ',monthly dinner, theetirig of' the Soole.tY Of Amerleen band-Picked 'generate ,'''and. '''e--''con. safety 'of. 4hs, Dalai Isms Airing' ,..
;,-' 'Pa reptirtict iecurity' -,,Preeati-:',,
1:1;n'plenoynmeennt-.
lateS ar-
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as difficult, as-,,thatYof ,l'ibek,,,;
But, aceerding7, te'llis toenrees, bons go strie tisair'llot even,- a ;
the Red' :.'-' diive-Jiad,';,',been 7, ham.. the screen thrown:around tho :Das
i tAhu g ussi fa, , : , . : , , e
enbower's Ee.redb3,rithit.i.r.,d,i,s.rutt,iiir2n4-of.Tibi.e!'s lat. ,,,La ma;., ,:- .k,,l,',.',,, -:; ,,i' ,-,;,. .. .7i.. ,,
Armv :Area'. Engin eer To Give Talk

, A ,,..4"w""" 7 --- ------ -- 011 WW1. &AV pld .0 011V A- ... '''' ""' "s. ......'......'' '''''' '"'" iuncheon-neeting nem yesterday in ..,' . go .i LI .1, --- 7 ,.. a .7 .Y 7w ; i
Wright maintained a home and earth." ,
their mouths also were suscepti suscepti,
, suscepti, can people behind the 8-ball." .om o e ovo uest
the Fern Ro I th T li G ap' ' ' I
,.s.1- ''-: 1 -4.., SHOW&
-,..1 ;,... The resolutions passed by the school called Talesin-West on the ble to more dental trouble, t
ir House. 0
' H-1 DAT' LT,.. ----
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. .,,, .- IL. delegates just before the meet- desert near here, although he nor- added. ..'-, .: An a,uthor and a leading author- 1 116 512 ',. "..
ing ended denouncedpmaSs un- nally spent his summers iri .Wis- Plastic Baas Can' Saxaphone players ana otner ,ty,,lit the worlt,on,..lingui ,,,, 1 . ,,
sties, Ni- '' ,,,, ',,-,,,, -!,, ;,-,- '.'"" 4- -1( '' s- -- , ,.
'.1,s..;,: ,,..4,,,,,, FRIDAY, APRIL 10 employment as'a "crime ag stru struainst
ainst struainst consin, where he built a house ,a1- '- - iriiisiCians who play wind in ' 0
da is currently n the Isthmus in ,,, '; .. ,,,, '.''.:.lt t. L E A 5 c. I -.:,.6:58, 9:54 ','
.,,, t:-.t., HIGH America", and liald, that "otoy so named Taliesin, --,. Welsh for
"Radiant Brow"-at Spring Green Be Child Kill rs
e ments, the report declared, "ac "acquire
quire "acquire characteristic dental lesions tion with hia.work as direc- ','-: l.;-,..; .:. -1."."----- -,, -,,i ,,,,,.., ,,-.,
connee tr ...
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' '' ' 31114 Ht. Federal sa
ction can solve 4t.".,
AFL-CIO president George during his mid-years.;
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which may put an end te e career tor of an H
slatiens' for the. Amerl- ,, ,' '-,,,,. ,: ; ,p--- et .4- : ...- -, ., -!. 2 ,. l-, t---, ,--' ',,,,, ''' 4
' ean Bible Society. e has 'travel-, ';,, -,,...,,...-. ,,,.;,a;-i..,...iim-immesiewkebas....oseggoes,
',. ''' ', ti.1, 'it.m 14.8 ft- He is siuvived by his widow a of distinction.'
Meany said Congreas was get- WASHINGTON (CPO' Warn- ',,, ed le more th,an 30 countrieio t', of t.,:,,, - -..
15.2 ft. I noted architect son, ,Frank Lloyd ( '1 1 li 'al rri' ri- re7s,
ting a flood of mail telling it ing to parents: Don't let plastic - La.tin America, Europe and Ahi- ,,' Tlir. I ,'' ..) ,, 4
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..--. 6a,,,,,I' LOW to hold, down ,Federal spending Wright Jr.,. and a motion picture h ...AM
hildkillers as 01111,111M01.131I11.11.0110PROMIL ca and has done field research in .. i,::(, ',......i,-.21..-ne ,
actress-granddaughter, Anne Bait- "tg's.ti b ede e:fl e to el .
, ,, and balance the blidget. He .er a an one r mere es id. about 80 languages. , ,,. ' ,e-e-e-e---e-,,r 1 ,- Ft s,
,.' -, 1,',, Itille. ' Ht.
0.4 ft. urged the delegates to make t as well as numerous children,
At least four children have "The'gcriptures have' been traits- '' ,' ''-'"'''''...",- ''..".
:'... ', ,;,,,, II:20" a.m. randchildr
en and great- grand grand1:
1: grand1: lilted into 1,136 languages -':iind ,,- .;-1-1 g''' I- ,-1., ,,--, f C I ) t ) i 171:
--f. :;: p-,1,14);PItam 0.0 ft. sure their congressnietilalso got
gifld suffocated in the filmy bags used t., ,, 46! ".',' 144,, : ..,-....,... -"'Net, email' ..i.,..,,,,...aisene -, I
. a flood of mail showing them c I res. for itte delivery of dry cleaning. there are some 2,000 yet to ge, ,, - '.., -ff,!.-.., ,.:.. .. .- ,... .
.-'..': .,';'-.'1.1 ( "the problems of the people." His doctor said Wright diea at The deaths occurretl in Phoenix '! Nide stated ili discusing the cone, ,, , .. r .41 f,:. : 41 ,. ,,,.., ,,,..., -9,.. ,..
!, ,,; ', . .. Douglas proposed using goy- 6:45 a.m. of "complications result- ..., -TODAY .75 -,,.40 pliCationt of toreniunicating'rrod's ere IP? '...1"'''. '4Nk",' 't ., ' c 9, e ',-. .-I'D,-,-..
.., ernment surplus food to pre- ing from the operation." Arlit ' word to men.' The Scriptures, -"are a; s s isw .1 ,' -,',,-'4, ..,!' 12 ihiami ,,..,0. - .,
., fit He entered the hospital list Sat- The National Safety Council and , SHOWS- -- , .....
. too often ',..taken lotl' granted, .ene, .,,. , , , , ,.
. ,:,-,... ( 1 1
,,11 g vent hunger in parts of West
si 011 it Virginia and Kentucky and a
V urday. the American Mediul'IAssn. re re115,
115, re115, 314 513 712; 11'00 ted ut, be d U n spe 77-7-7,
. ) .. pm .0 ,AS rew ., po ,. ,, ..., , ee Aoki", le re
Both artisitically and personallY veal
, . ed Tuesday they mere pre- ''
food sta2np plan to improve '. ' cific examples in his ,0W11 experi- ,,. -rt tom .1 01.1(4,..); H.LtioVES
' D all ,-,1 .,
scanty diets elsewhere. Wnght s life was a battle with the paring "medical itlerts", on the h t th Id of h ' 4 4 4" f
ences throug ou e wor ow ; ,-.. . ,.
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P' : f'. : .4 TODAITTE AO He said Eisenhower may be contemporar schools of thought. Vain r
Y con e s, just as they have 1 ,messa e of-,the' word ,,
And he captured acclaim abroad THIS IS DIE LOWDOWN ' the- simP e g .) --.--- t
warned -in the past about untend ,.,--,' of God has Changed the lives of ,.,,- ,:' ., .,.. t.! .... :?: 01, ',. . ',' ., ,, i ''''''' ;' :T.' ,
,- 1 irebi4-, SHOWS: personally generous but is
long before hit own country ree- ed iceboxes and a noxious swizzle s 1 d of it. '' 4 -"..- ?''
.1- ';',,'.'. ,,,411:48-. 4:10, 6;35, 9:00 p.m. surrounded by "rich million- na--:,,.,i ON THE -
, ,t, ,.. peop e an .commun les,. ,, .. ., ....,,, ..;.,.., 1.
'''''7!...:'''' '''..,i.';' .:.C1 7. T:r''''...e .'i '.',- : ,'
.,' 'i '",estumiatemmiewalioseasessaseentsee aires who play golf and ',f--11)"s.'" d th
him as a "titanic force" stick that hit the American ma,r- Gm. A ..,,, 1 1.1.. -,.sonteitimes1 r-in vf tetcli,AS' the : .4',.':'' -...L!..," 1 ,, '.....lii:!-,-.1 :'i ,..... .,, . ,, .i. ,
' : -; wc 'TODAY'S MOST EXCITIND bridge with him and let him -' th
tuldmg esign rough e A- ket some months ago.
merican Institute of Architects
. shoot pheasants on their s The National Institute of- Dry : WW1
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. Seriptures ,we' divorce 'them, from , : :.!, ,-, ... I;
., .: ,' 'rl'et ftr-kil I goo 1 Ark ,,,
1111 IV 4'4. A life 1 Nide said.' Yet, in llie, verY .,, ': .,: e --.. . ..,L.,.... e, a sok ..,. to A 4121 ,,
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'..1k6: $1 -SINGING STAR-IN A estates." . ome regarded him as a mas- Cleaning, which has headquarters "eel- .6,- -' ''' of God ,' i's -,' -
' net ee,..-'''..1 ,.', j,,, .,-'-- translating of the!"word ,- ,, , ... ...i,, . .
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..'':'''''; ,.' STIRRING DRAMATIC He said he feared the
ly Kansan" had become
"kind ter-builder, a genius with bound- in nearby Silver Spring, Md., re- -'
lit Oth b li d h
.,the less abi y. ,crs e eve im ported it WaS asking its.' 8,500 --1' 71 ,.' he 'added, the iroary dm is'' to ''''' ,J ,-- -
, AROUNDI,,. ""'"1, '0' ' s the basic s iritual? truths 'A.'. '':. o r. '''' ;, 0.016'' ., ' , II Ls. . ,.
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''' ''''' '''' PERFORMANCE J captive, of hard-faced men who , members-snd possibly all 34,000
. r'''''''. :.,,,,,. -, in huh 4 OW1V language .rwherever ,. .. ,, -..,- ,., --.. ... :,- .,. y,...'f' ...,.; .,,.., ., .. f .- 0 ." t
:., : 0 4i4-ii I know Keel a e I y what they Pa dry-eleatiing establishments in the ,, L:,...1,,:,,'',',k ''''t''''-'''''''- h he that they speak, to ,''....,'-'''' "--''..- :';'-'''''''"''''- ' .' '' '' '
....,..w.-,! e MaY -10 :. . ., ,- - .,,' .,......-::',,::::,..;-..:-.;:;....,.-....... .: .---,.:.-. '49'.''
, want.'" 'lower Seihng COUNTRY-to warn customers of -- ,' '"" :
- ti:'', ,:-..,.'
the danger. ,', ',:,.:,:,.,....,, .,. 1'4.4 ..,. : ' '''' ', ''-'. '.' '7: ';-,7,' ,, .:! :,:-t-',1 ':'.:.' .'4;.,;.',;:''''..':':!'s,,.','''''. '.. ''..,.'f' '',00,1',. ,,t,,
Democratic members of Con-
. -;,.' ....4. lite gress generally received a warm C
. An AMA report rel the PboAix ' 4: ,..,,.....
'''' '' Bel h.. t s '- --- '''''r i-.'"';' -----:-- '" ,
,, reception from' the union dele- Be
ourse gins cases Indicated that static elect ,' V ':,:... ,..!:-..
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trieite in the bags eaused them ,- ...-'; H ., ,r,,,s:, r .,,,:,,r. ;,..,;. ,' :,,r !-, ,., ,, 1, "T -,7:- ,, 2,.. ,, t , r; ,,, ., ,
1
, ., gates in contrast to that se- ,
to ether to the vichms
' faces and ': .-;.:.
-7 ..1' ,J,e ?:.;,.,,, p, corded the Republicans. 1,1 0 S me, Cash s 1 u' t' - 1
.., ,. cut off their breathing. Three of ," -.. -? , ,, , ,,t -, ,i '1;-. :. , ,'''' ".-','.,-;.,
''' ', ' -,-,, , ,,',,,' '12- Two GOP members Rep. ivionday Al YMCA the youngsters were two years of .,' .'6,-,- ',-.-. ''. '. ' I '' losea... 4' i '':' ', '
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. t:' k k.k.. k look to the Federal government ''-'1:''',....-..' ':' eupnorting role' in the movie 'Sep ,,''.. ''.:'' ,' ot.- '''',,trol;e-odA - .. ,,,40-' .it.,,,, -,.. 0-1-,1r..1.40,' .'-,
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World-famed architect Frank Lloyd style as uncouth and inhuman and To Suffer More lowed by dinner and the address likely that the Chinese chuld sue- ether,'Ind
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Wright, recommenWright, 89, to under of the mod- without any "sympathetic alliance
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New JerseyrNeve England.,.,AleSka, today in St. Joseph'i ilosPital IvinflOwless' batlItflottla and kitch. LONDON, (UPI),,--- A report is- terested.; penons' Allay, t Make 7 re ,,, N cominander, el the U S 7b11, 111 t ,,
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CIO Vice President Walter P. Reu- 'Wright was the greatest American 1 workshops. refrintamteir wkila krbtit soki so et....

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