The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02882

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1)0(4rniii-lieurs 'with a disabling in-' Marshal General, School,', r t
, jury and tnore, thari, 348,000 miles Geren, Ga.
withoitC-it thar,geable. accident .,is The 549th Military' Oalics- tem tem.
. tem. the ,recotd ,of the 549th, Military pany (Service) last year, recalv
Police Company,(Servicei, at ,F,Ortt. ods,s fluperier". rating during:-
, Its annual command and (senor (senor,
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-,', tia:unit celebrates its third In , r
": cliverarY1 tOday and 'its members One' of -,the 'More interestinvau--
. will probably', oPeridtheda doing tieS' Of .the company it gier, deta
the f,or -incoming and '''nutgoing ships
d tbey de every day,.
eareli..furoistiing -0 the ...Atlantic', A. on 'tbe Atlantic side of the istliMus.
tea'Provest biarsnat,,,with' trained 'rh a:. first person a ,nevi,fmember
personnel' and equipment for the at tile tommanCseek when
, , ing at, Cristobal in -41' member' r
, pertermance 01. J010.1 .0.
r 1' ..1.! the 549th Military ,Police .Compa
, The, anit, recently received nY; (ServiceVMostl generally!: a
, safety Award from :the Coming'. Member- Of the Unit the last per.
f dant, of the 'United States-A Army non,seen, when'. onel deparbi,- the
Oarjhbean Sbord,-,Fort f)r el:mutant!. Ct.
theminiber 4nan-hours its mem- liuties of. the, 549th Military Po.'
beri have wOrked snd its, drivers lice, Company-.1Service, 'are Many
' have drove rwithout accident since and varied. The unit is reagonible
, the Comtianys' vas Organized '- in for the Sectrity of 'all 'Army instal instal-
- instal- its present form on 'April 10, 1958. lotions orr 'the Atlantic side 'of-the
,- Isthmus and'" works, einseig' with
41 '" 'Acttrally,,, the 'unit Awas sctivat- the Panama National- Guard ,and
" ed Fart 'iutiador4an.,,' 1941,. the' Canal 'Zone police' in carrying
!,,2,, May-30,A949 tratisfev out'this and 14therassigned
.1 reete'rort ClaytonAnd Feb. sions'. ":
is, 1953 it was redesignated as the Recently, ffie,-CompabY softball
M9t1I'Military Police Service Com- team was named ehamnion of the
vanykbyr Headquarters'-' Unite d' Atlantic Area' Cmoany e e'l
tates,,firray, Canbbeam On Aug. League. after racking., up an ',im ',im'
' ',im' 38, 1044 the! unit was, inactivated nressive 25 3 record;'
only-to bel reactivated' in its pre- With MR4. 'nelos F.' Keeleid' of
sentjorrit ,in Pontiat,,, as- Atlantleo area
Von PrOVOSt Marshal commandno- of.
nritanliatienbas totg of liter of, the ,549tb Pollee
Ai, tout officers 'and 84 enlisted en. ComoanY (Service) is Ilse, George
of this number more than 88 per S. Black of Lubbock, Telma, Goer Goercent
cent Goercent ,are, higir school 'graduites or Stions offirer ger the ',omit 'is Oint.
, better; $1,5 'per cent have 'at. kast William H,,, Russell, of Necr;,
- one 'Year college;,three per cent mut' t,, Vseeleiv officer to" lit,
tbliegegraduatee,- and virtuati Lt, g fleck, Jr.,- tit Ca in in,
, in, 7 r. .. brio Neighti.. tong- tland
'''' First sergeant for the Comiany is
eny, emin s m-o4Jknthony
M 'Elh "d
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tolice Comtism," TBertlicel re
;10 I 1,, carried out sit Fort Gulick and Sfe,
e Robert, Brown,. Potiland,',0-
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, , regon,11 oceratIons sergeant
1 st - There are four,doek ,sergenii
,i cahaue Zona ;,,residents have they arc' sfe,; arieg:, Porry
teen iurged by,--Acting Governor orOlive., A -Arthur T, Vett
:! John,' IdcEiheny to' oupport of Mount IC' I
Natiothi:5 Library., week tenich Robby ri.Trantord of WRAe'sbnrogl.
'be obterved next,"week both 549th MP COMPtinf Oa r.
,tnet 'United States mid -the 11 Ai' McBrier, of, Goshen, inda. 4.
oanallore. ;, Behind the, artnes, but equallY
v - busy are Buell peoole, as i the
nt,, an,- information meas'nergeant.' Ste, Mooed C;
- the( actint,e governor' ruluouncea Rodriguez-, of Brooklyn, N th
, that, tbe libraries in the.. Crittal SUDolv INT t'" '1)('
, JOIning 'together in a Hentittc4 -0;71,0'e' Ore thp
eaPP'rative effm't brIAM at- Motor sergeant 4Sgt ieon ("46one
terillon- to' the objectives or this of ,mooroe.,; Le' .0 b
areeini,-,Week-r which -Are, to en- sod tre 1,1,4 4 t 6 .!
op ni (venation and. troon,
, courage ,rvery 'American rvto be- education. non Commissioned dn.
corns ..boLter-read and ..,better- cer Set ',lc";
Informed, ,4 , wia Company of
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1 .. . '.. 7.14.Z, lui;;;,' information .', 'bulletin,
, .',. .' the" aetMg' governor" announced
' .1':;;; thatjbe,,,Illatarles in:, the,',,. Canal
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, ,"',.7orte!'sre ',:,,i Irking :together: iti a
t, ,:: toopeotive: effort to brIpl '' at,,,-,J
. ,tentl'on to' the objectAVeg :of this
,: sf,10101Week7, w' hich-"are,,,to ., en en:.
:. en:. ,.... esurage,tverg ',Ainerican Yto be'-
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ately held Day
'lanned April 2
Pedro tligue
,
The ,annual Safety Pie Id
Day iponsored ,by ,the Pedro,
guel Connell is slated,' 'for
Pedro 'IliguelApril '2,5.
.'I'he imening.':;eiremeriles",' will'
start at' 9,.m;,.';and.;the events
a the day will continue, until 4:30
9-!,01',;i7' 7'.
Armi and NaVy ,par
cipatinif as,. hi former yeara.'",f)r.
ganisationS,;of,' 'the iPsnama -Canal
Conipany!,,,IGoverninent eFpected
, to participate, lit the., various:, ex exhibits
hibits exhibits ; and' denionstrations''
the Supply ind: Employe SerVice
Bureau,-,,,Engivieering;,, Qon Qonstitictiott.
stitictiott. Qonstitictiott. Bureau,' Health, Bureau,
Marine Bureau,' Affairs. ,snd
the ,'Priinspotlittlint,,Olid ,Terininals
Bureau. '
,-,01A TO"
It' ff
e vise o ice as ,a
ready' ihditared their' intentions' to
participate to great' l'estent.'
The', tors semed Off the 7,:hoses
which,L,will he used kir ,the 'cover;
ed are House 326, -num&
A;' 330, Br 33,f,', 11;, '341,4,E;
'and H.:outdoor .areaS.,,', ..
, 14) -$. z
' The 'next' meeting of, the 'coni-'
mittee is ilet for' Monday, at 7:00
p.m, at-the Jchool in Pedro Mt MtA
A MtA ten-minute movie, ;enti ;entitled
tled ;entitled ,t,"The Case of 'the :guttered
Corn47 will be shown before
the meeting... ;
Adult' members of the' rommu
nity ere invited to attend.' ;and
branch ,.repkesentatives on the
Committee handling the arrange,
mente are: naked to be 'on time.
:.;'
ep. Your'
WASHINGTON (GPI). Pebp le
who are 4; uncmmonly'; sensitive
about clisclosing thetr Privatt af affairs
fairs affairs may as well make plans to
spentl'? the, night ':( of Thuradals
klarch ,31;,1960, at home.''. "i",
That's the night ,the census tak taker
er taker will asielou what bed you"are
sleeping in, if 'not 'your',;own., It
is npt true; 'though,. that': he 'will
ask ysur relationshlipt to' Avlioeer
owns .." :
And if wants', toAnow ivhy
yoir didn't stay home,: feel free, tu
tell him he" should lnind ,ht8 Pm)
buslriess.;
4, Whatever ;' Information you
part to Uncle Sam's nose counter,
ofil,this or otherrmatters, be

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:',11 conviction for reckless dtiving
appealed from Balboa Magistrate's
Court, was upheld today by Judged
Guthrie F.' Crowe in U.S. District
Court,, Ancon,
The defendant ts joseph T. Cope;
47-year-old U.S. citizen, employecr
by the Panama Cand Co. since
1943. 1
Crov-ze also upheld the 225
originally 14mposed by the lower
tip was arrested on Jan. 11
near his home in Les Rios, after
he had been taking neighborhood
',children fer rides in a, coaster
wagon attached hi' the rear
bumper of his sedan.
' Policeman William 'E. Mel Meltranger,
tranger, Meltranger, who also' resides at ,Los
Rios and -was home at the time, 1
lestified. that helaw Cope driving
bout tht,atteets with a wagonload
lot children in tow, and that the de defendant'',
fendant'', defendant'', car was traveling' AP
proximately 25,mph at the time,
Radio patrolemn Sam Roe Jr.,
Vntil dispatched! to the scene after
Balboa Voliety'had received ,, two
calls reporting the ineident. ,sr,
, ftift,tostified, in District. Court
lhat Upon 'kferming Copt, the
practice ,,,,akunsafe Ond shauld
be, stepped at bncef tope become
textremeir, argumentive and
elated hie experience at a ma,.4,0
4Chinic mad" hint at geed we"'
fudge et the Polk ofrhat was ":
:safe and what was tins fe.
Atzthirs 'point roe ZpIteect Copt
undettarrest arCproctedad t the
fkalboa atationt',
4APpeal of thiconvittion, bandied
by attorneylVilliaM Sherklan, revolved,-about
a technicaHnterpre technicaHnterpretation
tation technicaHnterpretation of the Canal Zone traffic reg regulation
ulation regulation tinder which Coot bad been
kehargek and found guilty.'
rrhat 5.162 of the' regulations,
vzhich say:
VIt is utdawful for, any Person
to 'drive. anyivehicle in wilful or
wanton disregard for the eafety of
other persons or property. and anv
persons so driving any, veMele
guiltv ,of reckless
Sheridan argued that the dev
fondant had been tmeronarlY
charged since'the offence- involv..
ed use et the towed iwagen re
,ther 'than "Oration of the car.
: But Crowe pointed nut :that the
regulation must be taken flexibly
to include any we. of the mehiole
whieh thereby, endanger"' the safe safety
ty safety of others. whir would include
the use Cone niade of hiccar at
thi time of towing, the wagonloads
of children ,
Cope himself declined t testify
during today's court proceedings.
omorrow' Is Lis
p.4f. ..i.i..0!,.T.O.i.i...',',-,':
.A,,(:$0it.10)1:,0....t.c.!0j$"'
y The final ,dry season eon
ed tour through Summit Gar Garden
den Garden will be held Saturday
morning at 9, it has, been an announced
nounced announced by the Community
Services DiViS1011..
'rhe tour will bring to a :elose
this year the series of Saturday
excursions ,through the garden
which, attract thousands of Nis Nisitors,
itors, Nisitors, both tourists and local
residents, each year.'
' The popular tours started this
$anuary and have been con,,
ducted each ,.week lb), W. R.
Lindsay, agronomist, oi some
other member of .the Commu Community
nity Community Service ,Division Arisitors
took a two-hour 't,,alk through
the tropical gardens where they
were able to see a :tepresenta :tepresentative
tive :tepresentative of nearly every jungle plant
found in this pert of the world.,
' The tours will be' held again
next year ,dUring the dry .sea .season
son .season months. ' A ijc.
i
ose -ue
strictly between yourself end hiM
(or her 'as the titS8 may be art
very likely will). Spilling the beans'
can sfnd him to Asia for two
years., 'i,
It's all part of the 1960 ,deten ,detennisi
nisi ,detennisi census (that, Meltrill hap happenit
penit happenit every 40 years) and- what
the government wantirlr1 do 'is
make sire, it- countss everybody,
SS the' Constitution requires.,
, Of cOurse they)have broadened
It out some ,this They will
want to know about almost every everything
thing everything but' the 'kitchen sink. Census
Director Robert W, Burgess told
a, Douse subcommittee Ihe sink
was left .out on the Aheory that
everybody has one pow; so why

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GRIEVING .IVIOTRER Mrs. s'Enricrueta, 'Mud, 'into; e
BI th
motheflof young revolutionary:Eduardo Slanc0 who 'was
ed in Iteragues Monday, has just received cOnfirmatin-of her,
" son's death. A 'widow wbo lives in, PananiA Oty,'Mrs. BlancO'
identified big body froni photographs. 'She lefonsOled'by two.';
friende, 'Alberto Vel,squez- and Ricardo- Quir6 --

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.-PEQUITratkOift tOrtierkb 1,7P7
and,stenographer unciet;the
Canal ZOne alloler4 Sy Stem will
ber, announced. .Monday by Via
Central Employment Office. On
the basis of, these examinatiorts,
registers will be established, for
clerk, NM-1, through. NM-3; typ-,
ist, NM-1 through NM-3; and,
stenographer, NM-2 through
NM-4. ,'
The examination for typist'
will consist of rwritten general
abilities test and 'a typing test.1
The test' for stenographer will
be the same as' that of tpyist
With the addition rd a steno-
graphy test. ,The examination,
for clerk, will consist of a geiV.
eral clerical, test to determine
the applicant's fitness for learn.:
ing and adjusting to the ,dutlea
of the position. ,) 4
'Sample iipcstions
supplied applies w hen t bl
obtain an a Oraisison tard to
the written test. It is expect expect'
' expect' ed that the first examinations,
under thesis- annoimcements
will be given before the end,
of April. As soon astpossible
after that date, registers will
be established for the filling
clerk, typist, and steno."
grapher positions in till the
'VS. Government agenties in
Ihe Canal Zone.
, ,
:Those who, are alread env?
PloYed on a permanent buli
may 'also apply for eligibility
under ,! these anonuncements if
the so desire. Also, those em employed
ployed employed on a temporary basis,
although not required to, are
urged to fill applications for the
examination -to ,establish status
as qualified applicants.
' Central EMployment gfiibe
EXIMinatiOn Antiouncenl nt s
Numbers 3 and 4,1 which will ,be
releued Monday, halm ncr!clot ncr!cloting
ing ncr!cloting dates, -and applications for
the various types of work will
be accepted .until such, time as
a sufficient number of eligibles
are on the registers to meet the
anticipated needs.
Distribution of applica t I o n'
forms for the dlerk, typist, and
stenographer damination will
begin Monday 'in, the Central,
EtnplOyment Office's in both An Anton
ton Anton and Cristobal and itt ail
Canal Zone Post Offices. All ap
ext
r.-
keep on askh3g?
The 1960 count for the first time
will cover (although only in every
fourth household) suck added
items as air conditioners, (Window
models or central systems)-..1
wa shin it machines (automatic
or only pertly so)1. televisions and
radios (but list only the ones that
are workingr and bathrooms (in (inside.
side. (inside. or. outside sod bow many).
On 'that,,, Rep. Georgt, E.. Ship Shipley
ley Shipley (D-III.) thous bow they had
gone too far.-'
,
4TM in' favor of
doing away- with about balf
these, Aueotions,".$ Shipley. said.
"Ms -- how' 'mail- toilets' per

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p a tff r: ebe,posilionaiare
cautioneek to -lead -carefully:, the
examinatiOn ,:antinunce 4ents
and tocomply with all instioc instioctions.:.Mailing
tions.:.Mailing instioctions.:.Mailing tddr6s is of 'par 'particular
ticular 'particular 'importance since, appli applicant
cant applicant rill ne,z contacted,. oy mail.
,
, IntlividualsklaY fr ex exalnination
alnination exalnination for Its many different
types. of : work ; ecovered by this
announciment." cus trtey :, are
outlined, for,T"hus, a' persn's
nalne coOld APpear on'. three
different registers and, he' would
be ,eligible's for, 4mplOyment con conAlders
Alders conAlders to,Q, fin vacan c 1 e s
which cont. in any of the three
tyPes of positionS. Those individuals-,
alreadyel permanen t y
emPloyed who win acquire sta stalos
los stalos in ,their present Jobs may
take the examination for ogler
positiona, This would improve
"their trances,- for., employment
at-, a later date f event ,,of
separation. ...from Aheir 'present
positions or establish their
I eligibility fr re.--assigtment
'Salaries for' positions cover covered
ed covered these two,' announce announce-
- announce- ments are based oft.;the stand standard
ard standard U.S. Government wocki;
-"week of ,'-forty hours,t- Addi Additionalr'compensition',,,Is
tionalr'compensition',,,Is Additionalr'compensition',,,Is paid
an authorized overtime
work in excesit, of the forty fortyhour:,Weelt.
hour:,Weelt. fortyhour:,Weelt. iThe 'Annual base
salary rates3for;"'non-security
POSitiOntr as'', follows:
' NM-1 ,:$1181,80' to 81622.10
N51-2 1372.80 to 1872.00
NM-8 1709.08 to '2201.80
N51-1- '317p0 --' to 3931.20
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A '25 tropical diffrential
' 'and flax factor, itiupplicable
are added Ai these rates tor
United', Stotts' citizen ap apI'pointeea
I'pointeea apI'pointeea Eites for :appointee,
, to positionir desig,hated by
employing agencies 'as secur-
ity positions are those prevail prevailing
ing prevailing in 'continental- United
States,' for ,'11,.S." irlide levels
- comparable tic- NM-1 through
NM-1 pins 4tte tropical dif dif,
, dif, ",2Applicants '4,!Mly obtain 'the
necessary apPlica t,1,0 n fOrms
from any Xanal Zone 'Post Of
Civillith Personnel Ot-,
fice rIthe Cen;ral Employment
Offices- in Anton 'and Cristobal,,
Canal Zone..
ue.,: o
limise. :What possible use could
that be?"" ','
Burgesi' indicatd that -a vitiole
lot of people,' fro sociologists to
plumbing Contractors,' would be
grieved to hear,,,'Shipley's com comment:He
ment:He comment:He ssid good statistics on
,things ',like outhouset, and bath bath'rooms
'rooms bath'rooms and babies and old folks
are the lifeblood of planning by
business ond thelasis for, cleci,
eons by, governMete, ,Also, the
raw material for forecasts by
demographers.
Augaie lotatisin
Mith.) saki' Burgess might as
well stop there and detne demog demography.
raphy. demography. Burgess Said, Jt. :.comea

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slitight brihitriatI6nal Guard were reliortealY
shot'ind kille-dleite' May 'In the second,clisli'on :

the siopes of Ce'rr' o' Bang-nil). '' ''' '' '' '.
,7,;,, cQmpluntilue from the Presidncia said-One
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par, I,Els!nakit',.$gt, Lorenzo,Lopez was wounded'in
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the clash which occurred around 3 pm leiterday
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at,a place.callid Ciruelito. ''' :' '7 r
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1,. epo 8 rom ante e sal seven guarsmen
a0. eheved ost in the Cernaute 'area. '' '-'
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.:1.ki,, 9:i r.-,hm, t7i, sfwhroo,:moottp,ciicertu';: rrr: I: ;tat oink- giveunedr leboyk, 9Ti loihyeeedyr n:Mwmeoernnedt aioydh.tiiiiittoi f igt h:oed; hfliaerrssstt
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a.dseliRtoifdiriidgob phillito athoct.LEmduardo 8.1anco.' 'The:latter itis'
1 y, ismo er,,, rs.,EnnqueteMulloz iiianco :
,
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'i,s Veiaguail'Cilstrict,-cAttorney Ca rids Tover ',hod the ;,-
bodie's baried ii 001(4 wales smthit they' may be:ek:
humed !titer if neiessary. I ' ''',A ' -!' ,' ?": ',..',,-
, 'E",ter , A )" ,,.-t :, : s,',":! ,-' ,"t!--' 1
Thelwo rebels whit were shot Ping Of their number have tile'oni
Yesterday hive, panyet -beett idea, ',killed entail equal liuMber have
ofiec,, ,,,,,,,z ,,,,i. laz,,,.reft,1,.., ,i J.-. ., 1-, Asoen.aapiured,..hlest el the rebels
4 14wevefAltp,',Nitomcourt,41.' -81-residoits;, or 'Panama Cityit's Cityit's1,
1, Cityit's1, strreportettbe raptured dared .though l' several'eaMe. eriginally -',
Murgat, 17. a resident of Santiago from the Interim ' '.'
who had joined' iiirwith "the 'rebel t i , "'
band ,led by Jaime 'Padilla Bello. It is not known whether the' Of,
Miiraas and enother rebel had Sinai number has been increased",
Santa faFti,sifittevratath:e.ir yovoeurth187,aarlethoumgihassionmge ltral limerathguairas ri.
'dfahvi)islydstisltd:.:Inlia,a.Psrhsidniew,niathr: the.. National homes and are believed to have (
,:..,3, ,... '- gone into the hills 'with the inteitt I,
., ',' , '..: tion of joining up, With the rebele ',
,, They tvere found biding later on Meanwhile,' today's edition ortbe
abe,n,pOleaMavirraoitnriopW,,,viastittianagyiMegiatml,,n
a ranch ort the Moves of Cerro To- Miallit Veraid quoted attorney'Eu-r
tieing& rya m mthZehmasandt of thPaan.raam4aat,a."
te by i threelnan Patrol, headed
baryasSnatriayeiragoililisreGou:Irre7, mrou,rgwahao. , ..t. ,
Th,olte arotteirjefeltetsFmaneered,..r.ete la ar- e
liellevoel lleadekolone the ilstlove According to the Herald report,
bore River' towards the- Atlantic Miro told a U.S. Distrkt Attorney
coast. lt. is 'believed. the rebels he wanted to "register with the -.
hav0.snlit Ilh Into Itevprpl venting. U.S.. government" and promised,-
The .rphtas 'wore oritdoptiv etti- "I will not violate the neutrelitI
' mated at 17'1;AI-en thpv raided the laws of this country." ?.
arms store 'af.-Assenst.lvmsn Sem.. --
ninh ArrAphs et ,5sm, rroinnioft pot- Miro added that he shares lead-
lo ,Satnr.iiii 1,1k took off into the ership with ex-President Arnulfo
area of Cerro Tote. Arias of the "Movimiento Revolq-.
cionario Panamehista" in Panama,.
i, ,. ,, 4. but he only smiled when asked,. it
, !Jima loan igzeavtieorne minertnadl ptroe a:Iveerft-,
,,,,,:, 4., ,,,,,, ,,..3.,,,tr ,.,-, ., .,, '' Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr. :- '.
C' Ritaltsillets
Cashing ithecks,Only Other reports front Santa Ple,'..''
near the theater etoperitions set,
caaPtetethat soNmaetlasetilivenGlavaardrd;sren,6 ,::
Whew" (ommys-' ut
., ,.....,,,,,,,,1,., ,,.. are missing after totting' out In ''';'
Baltiri 'elieekti will be cashed quest of the rebels. 4-i .. -!,'.
in the Caner:Zane retail stores,
service centers' and other reta:il They are believed ,lost' in the
outlets :in Balboa, Coco Solo. thick underbrush androcky terrain
utaadrdasYmtbenr,eedremssearad
Cristobal,- Diablo Heights, and of Cerro Banquill and Cerro 'hue,
chaonuarsi heAatvillyl.:a3romde.ding.
Zone are closed, it-has been in civilian clothes; set out into the
rhaaretrhitea obnianykdaurtinngthtbee
annOuteed by,. 91e Office of the hills in search of the rebels. til
,
Coniptroller. ,,-. -, ,,
The nete toting will become prin' Aril r. ..
nay Week beeps.
Htliti for the ChaSe Alanhat- k
Wee Is Moked
effeetive Monday when the new e 1.1c.an Day,,,
tan Bank and the First Na National
tional National City Ban'k branches at Bv, Canal Zonlant .' ,,
,Balboa are Monday through Fri- ,'
day from 9 Cm. to 12:30 pm. Residents of the tanal Zone and
and' from 2' to 3 P.m. These especially membero of schoolk,
brandhes,are ',open also from 2 churches dnd civic organizations
to 5 p.m. Oil ; MOndaY,, Tuesqq, are being urged by' Gov. L.' E. t.
and Wednesday of pay week Potter to observe Pan American
Day and Pan American Week with
litennclinognwMeeokt'l.dlay; p, f the inter interate
ate interate here as evidence. of our tinsel
ceremonies papticularly aupropri; :'
tnhcahessamoef
neighborly relationship with ,.the :
Republic of PanaMtli A ,. .44
th' eTetahkee abyaCI 1 I thr j0581:: tirbie re' Veb6pr ta they are
open from 2 :t,0:5 p.m. only on In the proclamation issued it :
BSIboa Heights, Potter also called
Tuesday of pay week.

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from the-Griek ind means the
science of po?plet
' "ThSt doesn't mien the psycho psychoanalysts
analysts psychoanalysts 'are. taking over this job,
does it?",,t asked -Chairman 'JOhn
Lesittski,ID-Mich,)'; Burgess as assured
sured assured hint it didn't And as for
the people. who will be taking it
over, he- said,,4-about 200,000 of
these will be needed. on jobs that
will last mostly only two weeks.
'They, will ,.,get' maybe cents
per nose tountei and if they don't
spend too much time drinking col colfee
fee colfee can' expect to make 0.10 lwr
hour. To get, the job ,you don't
exattly have to be a Republican.
But it SUM help., ,-

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anton equal number have
n'oo Most the rebels
p of
Mil 'topside-Ms or 'Panama City,
,tfrohomugthsinovteoriraeleitoMo. originally cA
It is not known whether the'ori.
ginal number has been increazerf
over 17, although some 11 Veraguas
youths are missing from their t.
homes and are believed to havo
gone into the hills 'With the lute? I,
tion of joining up, Vrith the rebel:
Meanwhile,' today's edition ofthe
Miallit Peraid quoted attorney)ltu-r
ben noW visiting Miami on
a "pleasure trip," att toying:
,
"I am tho hood of the roiolts
tionary movomont of Panama,"
According to the Herald report,
Miro told a U.S. District Attorney
he wanted to "rogistor with the :
U.S.. government" and promisod,
"I will not violate the neutrality
laws of this country." 'in
r
Miro added that be shares lead-
ership with ex-President Arnulfo
Arias of the "Movimiento Bevolu-'
cionario Panamerilsta" in Panama,.
but he only smiled when asked, if
his organization intends to over-,
thrmv the government of President
Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.
, Other roports from Santa
near tha thoator otoporitions sot,
up by the Natiortal Guard; indi
cat that some seven guardsmett
aro missing attar totting out ip
quoit of tho rebels.
, r4
,
They are believed ,lost in the
thick underbrush and rocky terrain
of Cerro Banquillo and Cerro tot,
At 11:30 A.M. today three. more
heavily-armed guardsmen, dressed
in civilian clothes; set out into the
hills in search of the rebels.
Residents of the Canal Zone and
especially membera of schools,
churches dnd civic ,,organizations:
are being urged by Gov. W, E. :"
Potter to observe Pan American
Day and Pan American Week with
ceremonies papticularly appropri;
ate here as evidence of our closet
neighborly relationship with ,;,,the,
Republic of Panamai, -01,4
In the proclamation issued ,,,at
Balboa Heights, Potter also called
attention to the proclamation :
sued by President Eisenhower 'in
which Tuesday, April 14 was,
ignated at Pan American Day and
the period from April 12 in April
18 as Pip American yeek.
Dime' MIraitItioins
Her,Hughtin Here
,,,,,
Dame Margot Fonteyn Arias,
wits of Dr., Roberto, Ariai of
Fanamt, arrived by tplane at
midda for a visit IA the
fiat She had, tome from
San Francisco after having
liown test from dancing
evtagement in Niro. Zealland,'..
Dame Margot vita met at the
airport by. her 'husband, anti,
by her lather.ist.taw, Dr, liar
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,'''',There was a man 24-year-old who drank quart of pure al alCoha
Coha alCoha without stopping. That's a pretty good record, nad,I don't
kbOw how he prepared himself for that unusual pecformanee,,but he
"else did it without blinking his eyes or making a sourlace.
. Aftr he drank the full quart, he became senseless but remained
,standing at the bar even though he didn't realize it. He held the
empty bottle, and had his eyes open while facing the full bottlei of
:liquor that were on the shelf near a large mirror. sfi,t,S,,
'Of course, you won't find many people who can take a full qdart
f pure alcohol without stopping. but he drank the alcohol slowly,
'and it gave his whole body time to soak up the alcohol good hnough
to 0-itteet the necessary standards that Ire helpful for the immediate
circulation and ciistributiownt:- a firstelass ease of solidly frozen
stiffness that only rigor mortis can cause.0'
The five chosen febrile, factorsforthrightly facilitating fabulous
facial facetiousness feasibly fabricated-4ollow. 9-47-46-42 end40.
A ten-cerit tip is gripped like treasitre. A cigarette tip is lipped
for pleasure. Sut the healthiest tip that's pure, and.clean, is a man's
large finger tip, trying to emulsify the vaselines..;
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SNAP JUDGMENt ,:
Sir:

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'the ltter'by "Photo Finish" (Mgr tiol,"'API'll Flfeel,echoes
the sentiznents -of many of us. Without-spitking disparagingly I do
feel that GeV. Ptter11 picture continually takes up too mut space
in your paper.:,-While the governor does:tete, a ,, good pkture it
might make, ,one suddenly realize on whetaside otAthe bread is the
butter...The nontinual use of hi& picture is not conditive to4ny pro progressive
gressive progressive adv.nage' which the averageDna ;glen woult."! like to
cart's' arounft,kvith him He is short on Inv ve,.itow. ,,,r'4'
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It mishrbe,well,that the ink and spleen Osed to shc various
ispects of Panamanians' attempts to better their lot. It !-iilight be
toed to present the workings of others wherein the contest would
give nit incentive to the viewers to go out and do likewiserif
'the repetition of Potter's picture ss a day to davrdiet might
peehtpb enshfinelhim as 'a aod ,to thoti:i0O7 itra Irian 'World but,
yisur paper being a Media for,the uneeinnuntAlestrAirli ISkei un
a let ef zosin'iin thii worfd.,mony eftresrelidetatti:ltlinerneelves
far removid from his type of life Iit1411.1ri 't:,).,., -,'
, If he nerhape were a member of their own familYse their own
government is such constant publication would perhatis be a worth worthwhile
while worthwhile etideaver. While the picture of a foreign -dignitary is mime mimetiMes
tiMes mimetiMes a newsworthy item, it would also pay to recognize the people
of Panama 3"hit More. 1
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of Panama Chit More. .1
You could:thus possibly convert many, Zonism to appreciate the,
life in a foraign tountry. It might be poialble to softer their atti attitude
tude attitude againvf, sil things neo-US; to make them reali,e they aren't
the only people in the world.
Your reporting is good and 'YOUr 'attempt to!)3reak through the
wall. of ignorance is commendable. Yet stagnation, which is an,
end producf, of repetition, does not engender growth or give incen incentive
tive incentive to those who pay the.five cents for3he paper. The knowledge:
contained therein is.worth far More than the purchase price.
, As people,,Will buy a paper faster and mote dully than chco'lc,:
the editor of daily therefore has more responsibility than the-mt
titer of a book'. He and his staff are therefore opim to criticism. As
a newsnaner ie a voicp of the people. to them and from them it be becomes
comes becomes a weightv problem to satisfy all of the people all of the time.
- Therefore 4, paper is apt to assume the role of middle-of-the-road
4olicy. Trying not to give displeasure to anyone...it eventually loses
sight of its,',YMlin objective.
di notigy- that you have reached this polit .ut would it not be
'er to giyu voiceazaporling which is more nstructive to your
, OW11 1)60017
Your heading "Snap Judgment" oh "Photo sh's" letter was
not worthyof your intelligence.
Olmedo
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Sir: n i ,...,
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From 1235 the,entrance rate of parjOrgocal-rate employes on
the Canal Zone was 22 cents an hour;-14hiCtost of living was such
that a worker un this salary was unabtitoovide for a family of
five or six person. -,-,n,s,n-0,,,.

five or six person.
Saler lei were raised by various of' t governors who followed
etch other at four-year interval througkto.file,resent time. A few
months after GOV. William E. Potter tOplcofficrhe gave a 10 cent
aeross-the-board raise which brought the minimOm rate of pay to
its present 50 rents an hour., It bad takert.-24.7earsao ger.froni 2,2
eents to 50 cents
, In that tinie the Panama Canal underwent s, great many chang changes.
es. changes. We saw World War II and the KOreAnlVar',. and An :these wstrs
all Canal Zone employes contributed their best efforts to the great greatest
est greatest cotmtry on earth. In the same time (slime 035) the cost of living
has risen 200 percent. But new evaluation for' jolri and higher .Pay
rates has brought salaries to the highest ,,point ever at.. the ssme
time. Morale was also the highest ever, 4
We had nelpers for every, class At Work. ,We. had ,iarpenters,
Atoremen, oilers, boatswains and sub-foremen. We had motorboat
eperators responsible for the safe handling.of 4aunoheseosting from
220,000 to 250,000. and also responsible dirt4and 'bight, in weath weathers,
ers, weathers, for the lives of the pilots, boardinennteers.and tient, they em,
, barked and disembarked. often in rough seas.
Some local-rate Jobs had been evaluated. from Grade S-(74 tents
tep) to Grade 12 ($1.2S top). Panattia Cifiarofficiali tVere latigied
that all these jobs were worth the grade at which they were eval evalNow
Now evalNow the Single Wage Scale has come into being, amid despair
And discontent. Morale has dropped 5212cantrIlapecjaimph
-mots the' liana Canal has for the past eight year felt to be
worth $1.28 an hour are redu(-01 to-21.11.
Carpenters are called box makers, sub-foremen are called main maintenance
tenance maintenance men, storemen are called bin and bulk men. Top grades
lave beenAown-graded.
Potter should explain, if he can, how it is that a job which for
eight years has been worth a certain salarv, on Feb. 14, 1959, a aIwuntly
Iwuntly aIwuntly becomes worth lets beceuse of a Single Wage agreement
between two governments. Why have 95 pereent of all local-rate job
classifieations been reduced?
- The Armed Fortes re-evaluated the Local Raters' jobs in the
field,, where the men worked. The Fanarna Canal apparently did it
in the Personnel Office. where the word has not yet arrived that in
TTS Salaries are going up, not down:
.If a job his been worth certain selary for the past eight years,
it is still worth that salary today,. TheAngle,Wage Scale,was: apt
intended as a means to reduce wagee.,tT,,,, ,
Potter is one of the most poptilar goverriPikever to e0Olt tethA
Cited Zone, MI can do much right nowet0 rehuilvthe Mralo of Ma,
emPloyes, both US and Local Rate. e"t"', ,"A
booldet about two years ago weir Meld the most clear:
sightad documents ever prepared by a head of the Canal Zone Government-
If to re-reads it now he wW understand the feelings of his
employes MO'.
" Let him bypass seine, of his officials, Ms misadvised officers, and
- some ef the prtjudieed people who surround him, and look direetly
te the goodwW and interest of Me faithful 'Local Raters.
'We are not all looking for a big increase, but we were looking
for a few cents rather than just a Grandfather clause and nothing

TEACSOAKIID CADILLAC

Sir:
My wife, twe-year-old son and myself had jusrieturned from a
paltry shopping spree tn downtown Panama. I drove my goldplated
Ian Cadillac under our quarter mansion atop Albrook't Nob
l'he butler and two maids unloaded the 82000 worth of Panamanian
Mathew Ilse that my wife had bought with the two-week allranee
',Siva her each payday.
Lanjoy reeding the Mail lot 16 my butler popped the cork
from $11 180 011111110 bottle of French champagne and I settled into
my ,tasy chair read how the other half lives.
could finish the very first paragraph of the letter by Joe
ZonieniMail Soa,lipril.7), tears were flowing down my cheeks, and
was choked with sympathy for the writer.
If poor Joe Zonain will send me his address I'll personally take
, up a telleellbs among the boys and see that his poor, poor family
,.gets e food basket this Christmas.
, 0 CaillileteVertt

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si'victolt gutsy.
,
Doting Harry Bridget' r e hi
visit. to Rome, the.U.S. Embassy
thert rodeo out a carpet, tor him
at red as ,the politics and philoso-
phiea of the. Soviet lands loves
so nitteh.
Machine-gun tongoed Brother
Bridges, whose union was ousted
from the old CIO on charges. at
Communist domination, got very,
very irIP treament. Embassy, of officialt
ficialt officialt not only rolled out the car carpet,'
pet,' carpet,' they rolled out one of -'the
big U.1. cars so he wouldn't -get
footsore slogging over the an ancient
cient ancient citY;,
Bridgea, who say, MOSt Of us
lie aboutothe great experiment be behind
hind behind the. Bolsnoi border, was tak taken
en taken to lunch by his old neighbor,
Ambassador J.D. Zellerbach,
cause the Ambasador has been
gracious to me with nis hospitad hospitadty
ty hospitadty and hors d'oeuvres exhOrta exhOrtadon
don exhOrtadon Agatha Italian Communists
who have 'several-tithes etormed
his Embassy,'T.repert quitelent quitelently
ly quitelently that he has disturbed the State
Dept. back home.,
The Sta,e Dept.'s agitation and
investigation does not surprise
me. I recall that during my recent
visit tollomt I raw into.; one of.
the new AmericaI' diplomats. He
wasn't ugly at all. 'Not even in
the striped shirt which now has
replaced those,imperialistic striped
pants. He wait no cookie ,piasher
he, was a Harry Bridges puker.
Every man it entitled to choose
his own politital -sauce-, for-;, his
spaghet I. I prefer the white to
the red clamtny variety served
up by this expert. 4
What the State Dept. noW vants
to knew of its experts in Italy is
why. they made it so gay for
Bridges during the days he,. head.
of the Pacifia Coast ,Longsnors ,Longsnorsmen't
men't ,Longsnorsmen't Union was visiting the ver very
y very same Communist chief'who has
helped organke and,,whose follow
ers have howled In- :and
an I-NATO -1'104.
Harry Bridges', comrade-in-irms
during the Rome stay was Com Communistl'arty
munistl'arty Communistl'arty -labor chief Agostino
Novella. This comrade ha done
everything be can to weaken A America's
merica's America's defense alliance with Ita Italy
ly Italy and to dislodge us from our mil:
itary bases,'waterfron and naval
stations there. By our I mean, of
course, the NATO. defense het hetwork,.
work,. hetwork,. too. 4
, Every.ciltiti4hii:Istovella fellow
sees Noplestleziheet, dies of anguish-vertheatrefigth
of West Western
ern Western (lees 'therei ti
Now, lest yeti think that Com Comrade
rade Comrade Novella is just another Com.
munist member of the Italian
Parliament and leader of power powerful
ful powerful pro-Soviet labor cadres, I flash
to report that the brother has just
been T. pretnated. Harry Bridges'
friend'Andhest wet apentecidthe
head ek Moseow's globe labor net network
work network Jest week in Warsaw.
Tovarisch Novella now Is chair chairman
man chairman of the Soviet-controlled labor
apparatus nown as the World WorldFederation
Federation WorldFederation of Trade Unions. ,.He
was "unanimously" named the
bo at the leth session of the
WFTU executive' board, all ap appointed.
pointed. appointed. by' Moscow. They 'lather.
ed in Warsaw for four days start starting
ing starting April 2.
This is the world network which
has been running almbst daily
riots in Italy, disrupting railroads
in Mexico. ripping up oil lines in
the Near East and maldng plans
for new J'mats" riots. you may
want the exact ivoids- of the
board's agenda. They are:
',The-Executive (board dicuss-
ed) problems of the struggle for
peace and the development of the
working masses' campaign for
implementing social and economic'
demande',
These deinands won't be shout shouted
ed shouted on the streets of Moscow or
Leningrad. They are Oh, riot-bait
(planned for the streets of Euro European,
pean, European, ,Asiatiy end ,tatist, 'Ameri 'American
can 'American capitals. Just watch. They'll
, be real noisy. Yet many of the
wrru, tillionti.and. their ',leaders
were host to Harry Bridges for
weeks.
When riturnid the.
San Franeisco,,Anchorage. Wuka)-
'traltigle vitiltitche
is truly all powerful. he praised
the East, knocked the West and
invited two leading Russian union unionists
ists unionists to address his Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's Union convention.
For this he deserves a red carpet.

Kenneth Tynari,,, London drama
critic (guest-reviewing for T h
New Yorker), and his wife nave
the apartache. She is Elaine Dun Dundy,
dy, Dundy, author of the, book, "The Dutit
AvOcado". .Brigitte Bardot has
her first American suitor. ,He is
actor Vincent Hi 11. Betsy Drake,
who is divorcing Cary Grant,'
was his dinner-date thrice last
week. .Ex-Mayor Wm. O'Dwyer
and his betrothed (Betty Cooper)
flew back to Mexico. She's a Love Lovely
ly Lovely brunette -model. .Caro'yn
Leigh, who wrote the poetry for
the song hits; s"Witchcraft" 'and
"Young :at Heart," and her hus husband
band husband have a splituation. ."Sweet
Bird of Youth's" Rip Torn and his
wife (Actresi Wedgeworth)
are Counting Ten, too. Jamie,
Eisenhower got a gift (a wig)
from a socialite. She, returaked
saYing;, "Thanks, but he Ilites it
just pie way it is". .SelenL Wel Weltarsi'
tarsi' Weltarsi' Ina was one of the ,yietims
in that Oust Holdup, slim' that
while they were tying her .up she
kept thinking about the mitrder of
Serge Rubinstein and praYinit-
Zsa-Zst's very upset because ex
husband George Sanders ',hasn't
idropped her a line since haz
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; kJ:sick LialSlarr, agent to Sroau
way stars,' and songstress Jahn
Jordan were middle-aisle&
J Astor-Who is stting to get some
of his lite brother's $200 million,
is down' to his last 15 million':
Barry ibt Sullivan, the star, under undergoes
goes undergoes surgery soon, 'Rentember
the blonds beauty who got all that
publicity pasting her phone num number
ber number on phone bcoth svalls at over
various towns? She is Cynthia
Brooks, who sent. pinups of lier
self for$1,-Tiell;- she's divormg
theliushand' she married a' tew
months ago. .Don't invite dei
jays Johnny 'Johnson and
Kalmus to the same microphIne.
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spearean Shakespearean t actor, is -eckchewelleh
Mischa .SIdkrie of lithuania. -,' ',1 ..
Ruby, Foo's !lovely hostess, Wing
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Wed t Captm-Wm4,1311tonit(s'All
conval cing' from Wounds, in '1'.'a
Colorado army. hosp.,.- Lady Eu Eunice
nice Eunice Oakes' lourcabulary' was en,
joyed by spectators (at, a pUbr
when she caught her beau malung
eyes at a Copa cutie.'. Bob Neale
favorite stripper is stage-4 named
Pepper 'Mint. Paramount star--
let Valerie Allen's big date ,IS
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Manny olf's with Songwriter Bob
Merrill' was Yvenne Constant of
"La Plume",''''',.tritest gaMt in
Greenwich Vill'aget Strip Spe,ling
Bees. If you can't spell word
you shed a garment. (liesvens-to.,
Betsy!). .Glamdur mag's
ot-tht-Month it Otto Preminger.
(Haw!)
Tommy Dorsey, jr. now 'an hi hivestment,
vestment, hivestment, broker, ;was trying to
sell somCromaritic stock to Ann
Baxter, the TV producer," at the
African Room. .The Bertrand
Taylor,-3rdr will' be imaged in
June.. He's the sociates brokeri
She was coVerlirl arol
son... .Latin Quarter doll. 'Ginger
Awards, and comic Marty Allen
are wearing Abet daffy look, .,
George' liennett's Constant,. Diplo
,mat date, is' Sara Tal, former Miss
!Israelt Berle suggastati'
tv's ,publi.hert that his autoblog
. on Shakespeare's
birthday.' That's the date;
Itew Exet.s.,Veep and Genii Mgr.
nf;tbe Zeckeridorf hotels,. Daniel
C.,, Hickey Started hi the hotel biz
20 years 'ago as a special top.
;Newly-elected N. Y.,
Mayor Luis; e Harm congested
the St Moritz' foyer with ICAO of
ivellivishers. ,His father held, the
post for 12 years. .The Wm. Wit.
.tys (he was once "Miss Calif.")
are having wedaches.
' Farley Granger' of ''P'irst Im Impressions"
pressions" Impressions" does the stage door.
Johnny bit for Sandra Church' t
Ithe "Gypsy" rehearsali. .The' 0-
Verseas Tress Club honors Elide,
garde en 'April 10. .The Ed Wit Wittersons
tersons Wittersons (actress Phyllis King) Plan
to, announce it-under a Vegas
dateline..., An 'amicable' abrogation.
A .1t's 's doll for the Carri Carrisons
sons Carrisons at Dr's Hosp. .The reason
the Duke of Kent's miter won't o,
kay, Katherine"- Worsley., Feels
she's "too old.", (What! At 2,5?)
; When "Make A Mabee trans.
fen- to 'the Morose Theater on
the 13th the' gal; in it' will go, by
float .Chirper, Jenny Smith 'is
getting 'the romantic rush tram
Wm. D'Alexander, meg ed. ;
lywood elite atill shocked over the
antics eta former wife of a Du,
Pont. st ,a 'party, Kept tearing off
Most, of het apparel. ,,
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Sal Mineo's late-dates at the
Versailles, are Lola Mason, who
resembles Marilyn Monroe:
Puente (Tito's 'et-wife) returned to
' 'Cuba to catch up on some sleep.
....The bosses of a midtown hotel
investigated floating crap-game
rumor and discovered it wait run
by filer house dicks!. Man
John E: Hoover will celebrate his
35th year as FRI chief on May 10.
Comic. strip artists are finding
it tougher that' ever to place new
strips. :Many editors claim tney
just can't spare the space. ..110y.
al Gambit", producer D, end
Tani Seitz are uh-huh. .1tuto Etonet-iMe
B'way and record,
ing tar, andher groom aettled
Vegas' after a lant Fla., stay.,
They, asy Peggy 'King's torch' fOr
Andre Nevin lights Up Beverly
.TheY Sa2 a 'Dartmouth alualni
club will occup the present,. site
of El Morocco, when it moves a.
round the corner. Lanvin'. love.
ly Shirley Wood is on Prince
Khan's list of beauts. Ited-noir.
ed June' Solomon,A,a housewife of
53rd Street,. was seen strolling
through Bloomingdale'a dept store
by a 'talent tscout.' He arranged a
test with 20th. 6;.One of New York's.
prettiest postwar soziety girls will
'die in a year, according to mechics,
unless As quits the bottle-a-daY
bit. '4 ..1a,ck Dempsey', date
was Eleanor ,,Wood, the Albert
French hatchick. She wat anti
"Miss- Ohio' Christine McGuirl
(McGuire Sisters) presented,' a
$5000 check (for the Runyon Can.
eer Fund) to the President of Etre
aa he, sailed, back. ,
Maureen Mrs'. ex unbend,
Will Price, is hospitalized in the
Virgin Islands. TroPical
Modet Ellen Kemp and us t n
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, CIUDAD .TRU.ILLO, Debilities!) "Of these he believel" OA the eit
Republic 4,-, This is e. land.-ot eft, position of -the Church hurt him t
tropicat days and-, !wt.'. Spanish, most., -,---. 1,..--,,-,,.-,..- ',-- ,- ,;, .,, .,;.si
tempers, I .land 'where ,the--.-nigh-, He bad intagenizerthe .1;ishoPs
tingales', singing and the ebariting by. opposmg 'the -Church law tett I
of rifles 'breatthe -stillness- ot ine cniloren at ,diyorcea- parents were
mat, a land where-you -can walk illegitimitte, Peron lea cieepty it,-
down palm-studded "bonievards be- bout this;.,beca1156.hialate wife, '..
side the lappint waveoot the Ca- Kytta,-' was. tbe taild .-of .. divorced
ritiotau',ancr-have-,471C7Policedian parent& and stigmatized as illegi- .,
ler 110 reason at altauditeMY ;- tea -am ate.,-,',,,--,...-; -.-,,,,,,,..--.----!,,,,- -,,,,-, -, ',.
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You-10 talk orc,the -othee..400-,-.9t --7 Viousands ',efzliildren- ire vet (
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the strcet.1-:;,-,,-t- ''',1.r.'''.1',:,1, '1. 't A isterea in Argentma as Wet:mince ',
, It's a landwhere -Ile- Sianiab- because of- thie,Citurcb law end -'
ionquistaderew.bulksolici "stone peron ',proposed t. to ',change -,, it. :
tortresses that: rise straight. up when, he ma so., the enure weigo
1
irom- the sea,- but did,tioc-, amid", a ot -the church ,woo thrown &mist ,!
throng fount:atoll-et-Y., hums li him.. He, tell from -power ana, was '.
riglits.'They built. preperq rikliai exiled; ..":.,-. ,,',,, 4 1. ',-. ,-, :,,- ... -' -
and- laternsevereign,,ffights, I,,, but -- t'''' '-' -;--i x,-, .' -'' ' .,'
they' did not build. humattrigets;,- -' Peron's prciposal to' change tha
, And the battle lei human, 404 di laWi 30' Permt 'American, trnia
has- intensifieo Al late.,-and-spnieo to deve.op -oil In; Argentina', aiso
blood ad'-around7-,thiti-.-Ciribbein wag', tiepoeutst-, ..,,, 7 ;.,--,-,- -,,,,,----, -'..- ..--,
until in some,-eouitries.' itIg -: dittt, "-, But significantly; President Iront -.
cult to tell whele fightieg for-liti' din hes now, given, eoncessions t6 -'''-.
man .rignts atid Wite,,; is ?;fightine the 'Atlas Corperationt., o.. -, winch
for property rights.... ,-;!--...,-i-,,,,,,,,,,:-- :,.,- Ittels -la r I ti g e 'ii,- playmir partaer, -
- Here in ',the -:-Dominictiti7:3tetitib'- George Allen, it a. director. -.there
lic, ruled, by-, tafiel, Trujillo and hat been- to-popular protest; ''..-- -.4
....:.,.,,,,R1,,,NOSH.. I,p., pOR. U.S.tet..,' ,: -;
sometimea celled the haven ordie- ',J..l''.---- : - ... - ,,,
tater', live two. -exiled -presielu-nt4
.Juan' Peren .of ,,-Argentina: and -''..'13iion---e-bei frien.'dly' teWard---:-
Fulgencie Batista' of ,Cilba. 7 th
..r. Yeara o a regime:, Then it hurt s
. .-,;'? e United States until the fatter r -:
' ,,M.-,',5,.P4-21.1,,;11.,.)9I-8.:;-''''''.1.--7' him- politically. ,- Batista ,, was st.. .,-,.
peron has- beconie philosophical waye friendlyt: --,' ; .,,-, --- ..! ,. ',.
in exile, Batista- hes not-.. -, ,.- '4'1 was it good friend et the U- ..'
' Peron dance! lit the hight clubs !lite& States,It Batista reministedh. 1
sometimes of --an-,evening, or 'goes to 'me-..-"'When-, the United States ,-
up to the, mountains where- Ws was at war I gays' het everything '.
-cool. - .1. ,,, ---- ,, sugar, extr bindle rights, es,. .,.'
, Batista litiCell the floor A of ,'," his erYtning. ,'-.., ,-.-;- ,'.--,' '1
room in the Botel,,,,,Jaraguit, ,tone, ", ,,'''A '; German ,itutitiarine USed te
some, fretful, worried over what come up just outside Havana and
is happening in Cuba. ,- taunt meits captain spoke m
- Significantly, both that, preen,. Spanish. threatenieg to-. fire' at,
dents had the strong' backlitg of la. the presidential palace. 'You are
bor. The: Argentine labor unions within range of our guns; ,: Heti, .'
battled for- Peron to the very ead, ta,' he used to sey. 'Be caretal '.
while in Cubah they refused to ',go how you help the. United States,' -:
out mt. it- genbral strike- agamat -; "That,- howevert -did eet bother ..
satista.,d ..,,:,,,,,,..,,,,-, ,-,r-- .,.. ..,t,,-;; Me. ,- 't:,-1 ,,,,I, 7 -:.i-,..
',Even' in .,'exile,', Perna recently' ,,r.'.'And later,8, continued ,Biu'sta,
won. it tremendous; ;victory when -";1'.-bruke- ,relations with- Rapti,
his labor, followers'. elected, Prekt, when you-wanted- me to.1-I exiled -4
dent Fronditm. ,. i,-, -..,,..: ,- the COMMItakiet -party
. ,., . ,
- That vietory has heiped to .make Now look. what's, happening to ''"---
Peron philosophical., He elle look the Cott:mantes' under Fidel Cas Casback
back Casback --en,,-,' his i-mistakes. His two tro.- They ere flocking' back ., into
greatest mistakes,-Politicallyivere Power. Seen therwill, bcrunning
favoring American oil companies Cuba.',,-,;, :,'' -' -- :
and-opposingliiik Catholic Church, ..,Do, you think- they -will- 'h e 10
ou will eve t country friendly
,,,,-,----------,-,--. ---,,, you' -in -case war breaks ,- again?
at the Golden .'Iriddlp,,,, ---; .Penny to Russia right under the !lose of
Stewart,-former Queen of the Rose
Bowl parade and Ray Anthony theltUent itteodda. Sytaltecain- II:, ,ot -.: 1, t:1,...b.a.ek,.. io, ..
thse ithddtedd-States, the' country I ,qi
dame MsonbuteTinapgee'lrntia,triire;'flrertinaadyn. -heft. on. o t,,Itot,11, :hoc barren mo. ,. ,-
Sylvia AshleY'kestrangect,..--Princ,e MY".-forinet: neighbors ,itt Daytona., ..
M. Djordjadze,"----d'ane,,,- -Morgan a seach A ?Florio leo ot,, them
,booturzenrt torte, aulder'imis toBAlodtelsa,, -t.alet.nt hive-- ititiknett -4 -pe--vtittott ..siyhig- uttii .,. :
,1-4,wiitra geed' neighbor, and they ...
tossw Indian Dom, in ,the Ironic.,
The- !ItVarlocku- -4,e2hiiical advise; Would, like Actiltave: Messback,- But :
.la Redd Redwing, fullblooded Chi, youvgovernment,-,,, which -. ,, be- ''.'
bon 4aa, Fe in chat tynioal, 1,,...,,, dulteenatm4,reot 11:40,3thoeire, thitedni,-,6-..tste. it,.. .',,-.....
',.beautiful -. -,-,,
'' 'Ili 4'14 al:Pciiiiits Cliotivietmil,, frinAttect .lakr.Nee',;14,v,-Wile inct .,.
helders 'wonderhigSw much";;;f '.I,,Inf
cOuntry',".and 'I-would Jilte',, to .: be '.
that, win be left ...after, ,lawYers; "I Sit:"' her In'''thik
aka. their ed.. ,.. .Leslie Cra ne,-
erned Cub, ',''But -' tun', net 1
model, flew to Florid to yist mil-- "MY'''. sald 'the 'tin wiln pnne gn-
lionaire -Rex Rand. 'they. had a
Int in ClIb14,,the people, who ,' are : '',
tiff. She la now thepal ofli Flirt. think tit tht PenPin whn VA suit"'
, edaauraacnecitratheekrtetter81,--trelaluareltBvae bent hioetL,And, I, wonder, what ...
, 4.. ,- I dtd Wrmig,.-entl'.,whet I,etitt de to -7-
HOLD HUGE RAI:LY -- '" 7 -' don't knew the 'admen'. MI
Mon Dietit ,,,, ,-.---, 1,.,-- ,--
, , ', ...; ,, -;- ''''- I know it that I have DO interest
, TOKYO (urn. Radio Peiping in going back. to Cube -as -,1 gey-
laid today 4,000 persons attended ernment official.' ,..-,,,,,,,,, , .7 .-
a rally', kicking.' off VSupport Al ,.,",But I, do want to lee mrlami
geris Weelt;,",l, ,The, tally,. was f at ly, and, ,,would Ilket.to, live,4wit6
teeded by a- visiting- Algerian ni-, mY -old -',,neighhors i- et -Daytona ..
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TRIblY, APRIL 11, 1S3

at the Golden Iriddlt.-, ,,'' 'Patin)? txo,()Ruuwisaluia nriagvhet IkunderrnthtrYe nirosirolif
Stewart, former Queen of the Rose the United. States, ''. :,, -.. ,
Bowl parade and Ray Anthony t'Yet today I cannot go back to
are a budding romance; .Fernan, the United -States,' the country I
da Montel appearcto litefer Lady
Sylvia AsbleY befriended,' Itott MY(' barred me.
,ei estranged ''' Prince mi,!,forthei neighbor' in DaYtont
M. Djordjadzelane.- -Morgan's Beetht ?Florida; 190 of,'; Ahem,
,boocurzenrtisorteauldey.imis to)31t,.114,11-10dtelst, t.a4leent, mat- Aiknett a petition 'saying that
The, !IlVarlock". te2hnical advisee
casaw Indian- Born in -the Bronx,
is Rodd Redwing, fuliblooded
tended, asp -.No.:41y.: vife end
,C h t fit. ill ij: 'vut Iri il 11 g'11' I i Ito vge:r"U rn4m. nelineativg,e11 ars; es' Zs na ed, kt' 't 11, Bbeut tYt tYt4
4 tYt4 ..Ttie Fall-ii,11.1colit. Ctgriime, L'111,,,'"' cliftiren,Are in 3b,e,T,itett;States,
Ben 4,sx refunctchakaYniask armill"'"huf k cannot go,to,,see them. ,
holders -wondering, ,vit mucir t, of ,,,., sik '7, here In-- thit',beautifid
that will be left after, ,lawyera, iduntry; And 1-.would Intel. to : be
, eke' their cut,- .Leslie Cra ne, gay," said the flies who once gov govmodel,
model, govmodel, flew to Florid' ,to vist mil- .1.
.1 erneo Cub, .."But I" am' not 1
Bonaire -Reit Rand. They lulu a think of the' people Who ,are StaleV
tift She le now the,pal of a Floti ing, In Cubt,,the people. who are
da racetrack owner,---1 Lauren Ba.
'call anti, he Tretibb ,Prels shave btedinidtealmiledi-aAnng.'wihwentirndIvehatot
Mon Diegi 1- -,---", r- "" ''''', .'., help them 0- t, ,' 10
1- -' - ' '' -' I don know the answers. All
HoLD PlUtil RALLY 7-- -,- -' I know it that 1 hive no interest
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IlialridOKtoYd0ayal4,P000I) petRsoanditoarttelerdnelld t to i holt.
einrtigmeInngt obfafieckiat41.' C-11,14, ,a,s., .111, 8.,ev.
egetireallyw', keeickk.11,ing,rm,offe da'pyst!powarts,:Asti, ly,,,,vind,ouldt 1,,,:dvinoeoiulwot;odanakria;Atollete,limIss,.-,ywitoott
tetionndaedustbytyattavryisitidneletiatigoarnialendaba; risch in'.vt-,I, countr,r ,siwayli pa.
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Omar Oussedtk.. - 0. , triende- ,,.. 4' ,,,,, ,.

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The atinual trietitig'of the Pearl Istand,Seefood tom-I
, .pany take:plice en:Tuesday, Apri1.14,19p9,' at,
4:30 m tie; Panama' Sal.on,', Hetet: in ',Nniutia
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litofporation

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at red as the politics and philoste, ., -- eete.-4-!-. , keee" -(: e'es e- e e 't ,' ere "; ',-', ; .,,,, of riflesrbreaktheitilieese'm nie cniloren at divorcee- parents were
' - .-e,. eel-, -- e t ; -. '-'" mat, a land wherayou Van walk illegitimete, Peron lea deeply op,'
---t 17,U Ze.". --' ,, phies of the Soviet lands be loves ... -,. y- "t't'.-., ""- e
-4-
so eitich. --, t. -lows- - eel,' e,' , e ,e down palm-studded fioelevards be- bout teis;.,because.hislate ,' wife, ...
( e ' ROW TO MT THE LOTTERY . ,
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Machine-gun tongsed Brother e.- -. t ee e2.-. .. : e '. e. ,, -a, side the lappint wavecot tektta- Evitaewasp the eitild -of ',divorced
,
,-; -, f Teo Long Long "Shot." ... Bridges, whose union was ousted .7'. ' el' .t---".. .' 1--'-'s- ''' i- --;,-;;;,----.e''." e-;'''.."' ' eee e,'-e-ee elootaneeneehaveeet ',policeman parents and stigmatized as Weil.
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'', Mr:
from the old CIO on charges. at It .'''''',... 4ptee -le ' ee. ' -- -- r Polio reason at atiludeenlY elee eimatee-e-e-'esee,e-,----ee ,,e,----, -, e,
.,.,,,e,
Communist domination, got very, ---- .
, e -71..'7res,) ' : ". -, .. ' toilet talk ore elle :other- etneeeet, -'', Iliousands 'etteabildren ire reg..
I ' -e, -,. 'e, -' lett , et, ", : ,',. ,. the street. ae,--;,e, :-,-,,;-,..',''.1.7--;!-;:,,.,;.,.,iisterect in Argentela as illegitimate e
et, : e' Abele was a Man -24-year-old- who atilt a quareof Pare lee very NIP treament. Embassy, of- --.:',, ., eee ,,,, ; ,.. ;-
e - - -,e-- ee . ,, r It's a lande:wheraethe Spamsb- because ot this ',Church law end
, eiebel without stopping. Theta pretty geod record, nad I tIto;t ficialt not only rolled out the car- ,1; . e -s-,le-.,. , extee ,s, ,
pet,' they rolled out one of ;the ;', ", At ' -;:iti i .. ,e,-, 4 ;' conquistadorest,huiltosolici eetone eeron -proposed t to. .change,:, It. :
, ..
i. know. how he prepared himself for that tunnual performanee,, e 4- ., ,-.- ,..-
0 eei.,,, ,;,,, e. tortresses that: rise estraighteeqt when, he cuti soe the entire weieet
ee "else did it without blinking his eyes or making a sourlace. big U.& cars so be wouldn't -get tb,.. ?,,,,i t' .,,,),'s Nee.
ed
After he drank the full quart, he became senseless but remain footsore slogging over tlie an
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cient citte, , , . ., ..
e - 41 --..
. L.:,,,i". I irom the sea hut cild,'ApC7, mitt a ol -the Church wa thrown agetest ,!
OP f r -, ,,, ,- szong toutaation-eotee h u m 1 ti him.; He., tea from -power ano, wis
s
'' tending at the bar even though he didn't realize it. He held ,the
t Bridges, who says most of us el --- ,,,te b" I .,
- .1,- 0 ,, riglitsThey .etult.PreptdaY rittela4 exiled; eeee tir 4. -,,',e e er -' -. '
,
, empty bottle, and had his eyes open while facing the full botdass ea ..,, ---e-re,
tee :---. ere- eet- no- lateregovereigteerights, Haut -, - te'e, et Lee -
.- liquor that were on the shelf near a large mirror. se.-4 lie aboutetbe great experiment be- e ,,.. ' ,,, .,
e e they' did not build human...rigi.e..", Peron's proposal to' change the e'
,
' 'Of courte, you won't find miny people who can take a full eldart hind the. Bolsnoi border, was tax- ;,-
,
' r ef pure eleohol without stoppbtg. but he drank the alcoholeilowty, en to lunch by his old neighbor, ,e, .,
,,, .,
A te)- re e, -- l ': -,--e.--;, 7,-';----':,' And the battle for humaarigots oh lawsette permt 'American, Irma
. ,,, ,.
' e ( ,' has. intensifieo eat lateeandespeteo to deve,op oil Ine Argentinaeatso
' 1 'and it gave his whole body time to soik up the alcohol good .enotigh Ambassador eel eeuerhaeh, ,, Be, ,, , ;14,,
elete i- -'' e.- blood ail earoundelhie eCaribbein wet., haPoPthei,-, ..t rreree -,',e, - e.
- to Meet the neceesary standuds that ere helpful for the imthethate cause tha Ambasador has beep .,-, -
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circulation and distributionpfe a firstlelass ease of solidly frozen gracious to me with nis hospita
n,
, , a
, $ ',lee, ,NN,It-(,, 1,,..,.---. -,."-- ' .' imtil in sentkeountries- it ge ditte .5,But significantlY, rrendent 1 rott4 ..'
. ,, -- cult to tell whole fighting:for-Mt.' din bee now, given, eencessions te e
A ty and hors d'oeuvres exherts, ,te-- I. es eeep. I Is- ee,
1 stiffeess that only rigor mortis can cauttee' 14 -A, ....,,W .f 1' '''''''',,, ., : man .rignts. aiid evince,- is, ?fighting theeAtas eCorpoeatigne 0 : winch e
e -A
The five chosen febrile factors-forthrightly facilitating fabulous tions gains. Italian ,,Communists - ,se e .. e ee-
, l , . ,.,, .
'eteteseeete '" --e ----e- tor 'property righte ,e,,,,eeee Ike's b r I d g it playme parleter, -. P
. -- etee, "eeess .,
. facial facetiousness feasibly fahricatedelfollow: .9-47--46-4 aryt.49. who have severatelitee 'etermed ,, ,,, ',,,e" k,, y ay.'1,,it N. --"Ammin, '---- .-; "7 ',1.--'1-,1,, .,, .. ,,,,,ii.lf, -,.,, ,,,, .. Here inJim,..Dominietife3tentibe George Allen,' IS a director. eaters
e A ten-cent tip ig gripped like treasitic A cigarette tip is lipped his Embassy, Iereport quite'gent, ,,, ,, ,, ---e ltair e, ,f '"'"',e,,-,4,,,,reee'ese etea", -e ', tic ruled,' bte' tafiel,-Truji116 and bag been' ad muter protest' e., '.4
for pleasure. But the hetithiest tip that's pure, Ahd,elean, is a man's ly that he has disturbed the State e
'
'41 '' leree finger tip,, trying to emulsify the vaseltne.e. Dept. back home.. e
' 411 11 e A zfeee. ''''-'-',,,'ereet',: 1. ett-...--'' tom' etimee tilled theliaven oldie- ',:,'''''''-' ' :- .: ...e .';
". i ' (,,,,,e". 7'. ;':-,;(e. s-4'.,.. ',.' tatorse liveetwO-ented,peettielentd -;,:S.;'-'.',P.,1t. 1,,.1.14.9,..SH.,.:,1.!.,. !KO,- IIS..A,,,...- :.....-
.!, - It I It
- , The Sta,e Dept.'s agitation and ,, ,,,,,,e,
',
' investigation does not surprise --- .1 ' ee , s - ': .- e -Juan Pertue of eArgentmeee en -- Peron ', teae'not friendly toward ''
e ,. ee e ,;ter ...- '-,,,,mese;,,esete., ,, et. '. Fulgencio Batiste' of Cubaee.
;-,.; ;ears .of lug:regime:Then' it hurt .,
the United Statet until the -latter -e:
4. ,, SNAP JUDGMENT' ''. 7, ,.- me. I recall that during my recent .,
- , e 7 ''''1," "s4e visit toRomi I .. rate intoe one of, e - ,. ee,
i the new American' diplomats. He --, -Pe- Nei M-EN IN'EXILE ..-.'-"'
, , eel:4-e-, 1 e, Le' e hinv politically. Batista was al-
',. ,''' Sir: . ,,,,,e ',.
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. -eee- wasn't ugly at all. 'Not even in 4 ',
.
.., -----.7 's .f.:;! ----A '' ;'eren haubsconte philosophical waye triendlye -e' ; e ,( e.,-' t ,-
' 'the letterby "Phote Finish" the striped shirt which now has e ''
, e.
e,e.e. ,. in exile, Batista hes notee -. e e'l was a good -friend of the tt-
. i the sentiMenta ef many of us. Without -speaking -disparagingly I do replaced thoseimperialistic striped e e., ..,,,
Old all..13017 APIS Itlefeel echoes
,, --e--- 34. 'Peron dance! in theenight clubs, !lite& Stateset Batista reministede
ree
, feel that Got, Petteret picture egntinually takes up tee mut space pants. He watt no cookie piisher- ' ,,, ---... sometimes ofaneevening, .or "geed' to'nue--"Whenethe United- eStates -,
4
'' ini your papereWhile the gove,rnor doesetehee a geedb PiCtelee ett he' was a Harry Bridges. puker. s -ke,,k-'-' ', up to the, motmtains where-- per was at war I gave' het everything
'-
:,-- ht make-one suddenly realize on wheteside ofithe reed is tne Every man is' entitled to choose ,
butter. The tontinuel use of his. picture is not condlicive totany pro- his own politteal -etude., fore his .., ,N,'EA Servk.' inc.
1 stye adttentiee' which the averagejlicTillian woulde like to spaghet I. I- prefer the white to
I,
'.11 e, ,,.
i,
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erre arountt,with him. He is short on for vp,how. ee. the red clamtny vartetyteaervte -, , e
It mighrbe,wellthat the ink and solace aged to sheet various up by this expert. -, I ,', .1, : ,,t, ,
, t le
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,
0 t
ispects of Panamanians' attempts to better their lot It eitaight be What the State Dept. now wants a er 11 ri s
toed' to present the workings of others wherein the context would to knOw of its experts in Italy is
4.'.''e,.......,...ae4 -,
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- cool. 1
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, . ..,, ,, -sugar, extr bindle rignts, ev 11
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, Batiste- paces the floer i. of,,,"his erYtning. (ee :,,,ere- , o'.- r-
. .., ., ' - .,. room in tne lieteleJ'aragea, eene e ,.?'A t German etuttharine used to
,
4,,
, 7, some, fretful, worried over ,what
,, come up just outside Havana aid
. -, is happening In Cuba. taunt me-eits captain spoke m
- Significantly, bot,h, theh prese Beanish --., eh,reatenipt he fine at,
dents had the strong backull at la- the presidential palace. Tou are
giva'an incentive to the viewers to go out and do likewisere why They made it so gay for is
I H ta, within an ou un ' ..
etAl 4' or t bor. Tha-Argentene labor tuuons r ge of r g se, Bata
'the repetition of Potter's picture eke 0 B id d th d b h id
day to davediet mtght r ges uring ce aye e ea , ,, ,,- ,-,, e t, e ,.. .- , ,, e ....,,,,. ,,, ,', .- battled for-Peron to 'the very ead ta I he used to owe. 'Be careen ..
1. t
: :,,tt .;.:,...:t 1..0..4,, 0.-4,6- ,t',, ', ' .. , t while in Cuba, they refused to ',go how you help the United States,' -1
perhspie enshhoe'llim tea god ,to thoeCiebeelite Inelitit 'World but, of the, Pacifie oast Longsnors, ,
,
e 4 '-,. ,,, out ofe te genhral strike- against ,- "That,- however, did not bother
veur paper 'Nine a Media tor -the untommotieelestrWittell alike,' up men's' Union was. visitin the sor sort
t sort , - - ee eetee 1 ri same Communtst ehief' who has MAN ABOUT TOWN xleci theCiellart, Rolltid-Colman. Guido Cott, wealteY lireego Satistaeie see-e-e,e,..., e :' r.,-;; Mee ,' ee e e :,''', .,,e-' ee..,-
.9 le lot of rooM ein this wortd.,mony itfetterereedett vet- et rite ves ,, r,
elpett orgamte and whose follow , ., s ' ..elater LaMarr,' agent ,te, teroad plantetelteethate' dreeMbeaut,'' t
8- ',Even' in exilee- Peren receatly y-','Antl later,te continued Situate, 4
,, far removed Item his type of life '11,4414, eleee e
Kenneth' Tynan, London drama way stars, ,apd songstress J.,een Manny .eliett'l with lon riter hob
w W,on. it tremendous., ;victory when 1.,brokit ,relations evith' Rated, ,
, If he iterhaps, were a member of their own famtly.eas their own ers have howled In- intele.S. and
critic (guest-reviewing for T h Jordan were middle,,aisled. J. MerrilL was YVenne Constant of his labor, fohoweraeleeted Prete when you-wanted' nts toeI exiled "4
eovernment is, such constant publication would perheos be a worth- r o
an I-NATO 1 4
e" ' Ma in
New Yorker), and his wife have J. Astor,Who is seing to get' some "La Plume"...,,,,-Littest la dent Fronduae e .- .-,, .,-... ',., the COMMUMSt -party- e; ,,
while endeavor. While the picture of a foreign dignitary I Harry Bridges" comrade-in-irms
c the apartache. She is Elaine Dun- of his late brother's $200emillion, Greenwich Villsget Strip Seeding
3 sme- during the Rome stay was om- That vietory has helped to make "Now look ivhat's- happening to .-e
,
'? times a newiWortby item, It would also pay to recognize the people dyeetuthor et .tha book, "The' Dud is down to his last lemillion-' Beete' If you can't ', spell,. a word Peron philosophical, Ha tan look the Cortimunists' under Fidel Cas-
of Panama abit More. .1 ,, munisteParty labor .chief Agostino Avecid6". ..Brigitte Bardot has tarry e Sullivan the star under- you shed a garment. (Beavens-te-,
' a'eett'e titioe 'Saying' that .,.
,,, .01amo,ur mars,,,,,man, bgraeceat-ivintemlitissuitk'msisAtokliesticallinysi-wtewroe potroweeTrit. eyso,'Oennithlieoyekinwing,:bbealudeutnintso :
, Novella. This comrade ha done . ,
you couldethug possibly convert many, Zoniaas to appreciate the her first American stilton He is, 'goes tsurgery so'on. l'lleInember Betsy!).
favoring American oil cornea' Met
,, everything be can to weaken A A.
. A. e,,, e e and-opposinglhe, Catholic Cnureh
life in a foraign tountry. It maght be poitible to softer their atti- actor Vincent Hill, Betsy Drake;' 'the blende beauty who got all that of-the-Month it Otte Preitinger,
merica's defense alliance with Iti Itie
e Itie who is divorcing Cary Grant)! publicitte pasting her phone ,num, (Hate!) ''44,;..'
, tude again't, ell thingt ion-US; to make them tealite they aren't
1 d t d. lod f o
, y an o is ge us r m our m . '"Do you 'think:the,' will", .h e 1 p
' the only peeple in the world. ( .,
itary bases, waterfron' and nava e
I was ha chnner.date thrice last, her on phone booth -wails at oer e.--- ,,.
' You will have t country friendly
Cubceee,, .,.:' .. ,,.: ,, ,
; teeee--------e-ee ge' --se,: you' in -case war breeks .' smut'
Your retiortirg is good and 'your 'attempt to!break through the of week. .Ex-Mayor Wm. O'Dwyer various 'towns? She is Cynthia Tommy Dorsey, !tr. now in In-. ---. '
. staurtiosens there. By our I mean,
' wail of ignorance is commendable. Yet stagnation, which is an, and hit betrothed (Betty Cooper) Brooks, who sent. pinup of her vestment, broker, ,twas trYing, to at the Golden :Fiddle, .- -',' P
' ,- ennY to- Russia right under the nose of
I the NATO defense net netend
end netend 'product', of repetition, does not engender growth or give Incen, vu flew back to Mexico. She's ,a love- self for $1,-eVielle she's divorcieg sell soma.totniuttic stock t,o Ann Stewarteformer Queen of the Rose the United. States.- t ', ,..,
tive to thosa who pay the.five cents fortthe peper. The knoylegeLwork, t'oo. t.,,,,,:reet.
brunette ',model. Caro'yn the'liushand she married a' Lew Baxter, the TV- producereat the Bowl parade), and. Ray Anthony t'Yet today I cannot go badt. to
,
, ,,, Everectiiite.'',1hitellov 1.1 f 11 13'
e a e ow Le. b h wrrito ..
the poe or mon s ago. . on nv ce . e
in da, Montelaprari, to refer Lade -
tzy 1 th D 't i ite d AftiCan Room Tb Bertrand are a budding. rentanee". eeFernan th
tentained therein iseworth far fnore than the purehase price.
-4 sees Naplaseheeeheer,dies of int- lg w .- e United-States the country I tt
, -, As peopteetvit buy a paper faster end mon easily than cheer,' aeisheneetefiteestretifh of west, the songehltiW;triettchcraft" and jays Johnny 7lohnsOn and el Ylora, e imaged
- ee Ta e3rde" will- b
Sylvia As lee ceserangette,Prince miefotee i. nelgtie treD yt ,,,
4
, 01.1 .. a ona
P , -.A befriendecLeYou hlye, barred me. ..'
, the edftor of I daily therefore has more responstbillty than theerits be "Young :et Heart," and her bus- Kalmug to the same -microphene. June.. He's the socielites brokero
i -, -.-
ern (lees there; '" r.
' thor of a book'. He and his staff are therefore open to criticism. As band havea splituation. ."Sweet Wew! ., '' '' - She wet coVer-girl arol 'Mci,all M. Utordiadzee'eeelanee-Morgan's
' ", son. --, Latin Quarter doll Ginger current Ate, ady ;late -Ida,' -talent Ilheeeaet-,h-stilie-Femr414pea led Ole them,
t Now, lest yeti think that Ceill'-'- Bird of Youth's" Rip Torn and his ; -t- ,"
a newsoiner to a voice of the peonle. to them and from them. it be- rade Novella is just another Com.
'i comes a weighty problem to satisfy all of the people all of the time. (Actrest Ann Wedgeworth) Laurence Harvett, British' Shake- towards and comic Marty Atlen
booker for theentitoner otels '744, T-4,,-
t b r of the Italian Wife'
mums mem e -.L-- - "'' 4 ate's geed' neighbor, etn-d they
!, Therefore a, papar- is apt to assume 'the role of et, middle-of-the-road Parliament and leader of power- are Counting Ten, too. ettainie spearean t Retort.. is ackehewelleh are evearingthat deft' loottl '' ene ,- Warlock eeeehnical adviser ',2.-
- W'QP014, like etelhave Mesleac14-But ''''
'' 'Policy. Trying not to give displeasure to anyone:It eventually 'ogee
i.: ful nro-Soviet labor cadres I rush Eisenhower got a gift (a wigt. mische .Skihne .of leteeenia. e ,oeorge Bennett's tionstant, Diplo. es Rodd Redwing, fullbloodel ebt.,
your egovernmente which t ,, be-
te. :- sight otifiermain Objective. te's'''' from a sneislite. She, returwed it Ruby, leoe's lovely hostese (Jeing mat date, le Sara Tal, former Miss tesawelediall Beret in Alute
to report that the brother has just ..1., rower trie,e, -Os.... eee. I
e, -- ,I dei notagy that you have reached this poi t, ut would it not be been II promdtee. Varry Bridges' '"eliti ' ler e "
"Thanks, but he tikes it Hon leisestleoeteawewat tendee it ee e,,lyillton Berle suggested. beelale, r'
, ,,, .te,,, :,;,11,4 ,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, , nuee,,,saes es. .., sly,. wue and e
a eilecittel,eetneetteetetee cauldren eke tit ,the,Tenited;States, ...
t I leer to glee votegeteteeptpreing ,whieh is more nstructive to your friendtincidetst wa apenteththe hist e way it is". Selo Wel, Wed t CepV,ivW1114,,Taitonit4A-1:;11 tUNs 'publiSheri that his autobiog ewe
h IdtAncletertill riciSZIP"ti Rh"! 1411
riluf keahnot go,tweee. there; e ,.
, own' people . '''''''. -11.e'"'"'-'
. Your headitig "Snap Judgment" oh "Photo sh's" letter was
1 head Of ,MOgeow's globe labor !let- '''
work east eek in Warsaw ref ha', was one of the (,,victims eonval cing-fronr 'Wounds, meea be' ,euniteiled".e on t Shakespeare's 0 e ..11
in ehat Coast Holdup, sayee that Colorado army.,hospee lady Ete. birthda"That's' the dateee ...The k
tnat t1111, 'bee iente..afte la, le '1'- -''
tv e r, eweere, .:'I ',sie;:here Auer thitrebeautiful e'.-
itiuntry And-I-would fikel, to e be ''
, stet worthyof your intelligence. .v while they were tying her"(up she nice Oakes' loureabulary was ene new Exeee.,,Veep end Gen't Mgr. a e their vit.. Leslie Cra nee e '.d th m -,
Tovarisch Novella now Is chair- ,
f model, flew to lion ae
'd to vist mil laY0 ,. sal e an who once doe-
1
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e t,
.- ----e -gee -4, Olmedo man of the Soviet-controlled labor
apparatus nown as the World-
kept thinking about the murder of joyed ,by spectators (at a pith) ei the Zeckendorf hotels,,, Daniel
Serge Rubinstein and praYing. when 'she caught her beau making. Ce Hie Started fit the hetet, biz
- key, lionaire -Rex Rand. They, had .' a u it, u AM 110
erned C b '"B t I' t I )
think of the' people Who ere Sutter"' ,,
le '4'. ,:, SINGLE WAOEfi:..11;!1
Federation et Trade Unions. p.He , eyes at a Copa cutiee. Al:no-Neale 20 years-ago s a special eope ,.. tiff. She le nOW: the,pal ett-ii note- .ing, itt, Cublethe people'. who ., are r '-
ZS Z t'
a- s S yen' IlPset because ex. favoritkstripper is etagest( named Newlyelected, Moneeelloe N, Y., da racetrtele ownerel Lauren' Ba- being killed '',And I d h t
WON or, w a
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Sir: i i '4'''-if:,,;;Fiti bott at the 19th session of the husband George Sanders
,
,hasn t Peppereldint. Paramoutt
' t 'star- Mayor, Luis ,ele,
, Hayes congested 'cell' anti, ...f' Pre
elm rettbb es lave ''' '' A
,
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,
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I eieeeseelgree
.eseee,,,e,,e.,,
e .,-,,,: was "unanimously" named the
WITU executive' board, all ap, , el Dieu! :- ',-.-, .,..., ,,, e.. ., I did, lunge-04'111ft I.einid6 to
dropped her a line since hoe, mar- let Valerie alien's big date elti the St., Morita.. foyer, with SUMS of -" - ' help tit
-,
1 From 1935 the, entrance rate of' payetereocal-rate employes on pointed, by' Moscow. They gatheit. ei-,,.:, , i, , ,, e well-wisherse-Mis father held,' the ' ' .' I .' "I d n't
o knew the antwer. Ail ..
the Canal Zone. was 22 cents an' houreThaetost of living was such ed in Warsaw for four days start- post for 12 yeers.,. .The wm. wit.,
HOLD HUGE RALLY e. e
,,, ', ,..;.,, e '' .- I know et that I have 110 Interest
i that a worker en this. salary was unablifie'previde for a family of ing April 2. tys (ghe was tined "Miss Calif "I
- TOKYO (urz),.- Radio Peiping in going back. to 0,114 as et get.
I five or six pentane.- eet-tee 1
This is the world network which -,;. ' .1' . ',' are having wedahes.
, , p' taid today 4,000 persons attended ernment official.' ,,,e, , :
Salaries Were raised by various eit tremors who followed has been running almbst d a i 1 y Th BES1' .,,,..4.,. zarley Granger' et First Im
, , e -- '' '' '''''-..,,, '' a rallyekicking. eff e'Supeort Al. ,,',"But 1,de want to lee miland
etch other at tour-year intervalt throughltee epresent time. A few riots in Italy, disrupting railroads gerie ', Weelel'e ,The, rally:, was f at ly, andI ',would ,likato, lineewitit
',months after GOV- William E. Potter teptettetephe gave a 10 cent in Mexico. ripping up oil lines in ete, ee, .., pressions" does the 'stage door- tended by a. etsient Al Algetian'
getian' Algetian' elae my bid eueighbors (- et e. Daytona
., Jo
hnny hit for Sandra Church' tit u' ,
.
, aeross-the-board raise which brought the minimtim rate of pay to the Near East and maldng plans mili ..
onalist tary de elation led by Beach in tho country,Ialwaye, ae
,
its present 50 rents 'an hour, It bad tektit,14 ;Mina& get'ItIttlt 22- for new e'tnass" riots. you may the "Gypsy" rehetirsali. me. 0. , )
Omar Cussed -- : f d ' ''''
tents to 50 cents. want the exact ivoids' of the tt,
0 A ,:z7nme
...)"4 .. .,.
aserseas Preis Club honors End.- - :, ., ., , :'le ," ...
, In that time the Panama Canal underwent s, great many chant- board's agenda. They are: gh, garde-on April 10. .The Ed Wit. - .,..- .. .. (---,.- t (,.,,e..),, .i.,'-ee : .tet '
; es We saw World War II and the KoreettlVare !mein :these wers "The- Executive (board dicusse e .- tersons (actrees Phyllis Kim) plan ,
,
,
all Canal Zone employes contributed their best efforts to the great- ed) problems of the struggle for p,- A .i.e .., ... to, annegnee it andera V e 1 s' s ....- .' ': To 0 '''' ''.
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est country on earth. In the same time (slue e935) the eost of living peace and the development of the ,:, eee a CASH, ' - 2 101DERS F.:,e -1
, :,,,,,,, datelleee An :amicable. abrogation. ;..: .,, -, 3 ,',..... Tilk, STOCIO ..., ,. , ,,
i hart risen' 200 percent. But new evaltiatkettor jot andligher etay working masses' campaign for e "'-"' ' ''-'' ; ''' -.: rr'e' It'le't doll ,for the Wm Carri. -:. ' '' '' 1 e e, .' !- '.", ,- ', ',.";. -,
, 't a sons at Dr's Hostp.,,e,,,The -reason :':. PEARL ISLAIID,SEAFOODCO:!bPAIIT '''
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, ntes hag brought salaries to the highest ,,,point ever atethe same implementing social and economic e
time: Morale,was also the highest ever,. e' eeee 'r 'te ,,,,,' demandsets ,- ', (e4 -'r e.,e, the Duke of leeM's miter won't te, ..
' ''7' kay Katherine- Worsle r el '' '' . ' e. 1 .' s ; '' -'' e '''' '.
. We had helpers for, every. class :et Work. We had eiarpenters, These deinands won't be shout- ''' -.,,. e t-e 1 s :. -,,. -. ,...,,. e. e... s .. .7 o ...- ,! . ., i .., ,- .-, ,....,- ,
storemene oilers, boatswains and sub-foremen. We had motorboat ed on the streets of Moscow or
1
operators responsible for the safe handting,of eaunobeseeesting from Leningrad. They are the riot-balt e ',.'
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, old l
she I too ,, What! At eal?)
0 0 0
, When, eMake A Wilion',1, Abe.
etr 'et the annual meeting 'of
the Pearl Island, Seafood Com-,
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. $20,000 to $50,000. and also respontibleeday,eand 'bight, In eilleveath- (planned for the streets of Euro- e"; ; .. fersto :the', Morose Theater, on e int Will taka'islice on 'Tuesday April 14, 1959 '- at, '
,
4 ers, for the lives of the pilots, boardinentlieers,,anestents- they,'em. peen, -Aelatie- end etatin, 'Ameri- -- the -13th the' gale n itevill go, bY 4; P -T. - ,.
, ;.' Prove this to yourself when you jOin ' -float. .chir -1 s .th i .: 30 .m.,., at the-Panama.' Salon,' Hotel In 'essania ',
, barked and disemberked. often in rough seas. can capitals. Just watch. They'll ,
' ,'v,,,, ,,,, , ,e :' vittinf:the, romantic rush- from Hiltott;,..fai eaiiif,chir: tbslatiow inv.. --', -,:',.. ,..., , , :',,, -' '.
, Some local-rate jobs had been evaleated,from Grade 6,(74,centa be real noisy. Yet many of the (, ,
,
tetp) to Grade 12 ($118 top). Panama Caner 'official's' teere 'aerated wrru, unionteandetheir ',leaders , .. ni. 1Alexander,'mag ed ; Hot- .'", ' '''' ',, ;,,e" e1.... -' e, ,'-' '..:t -.,.. -;,,, ,... .. , ,
that all these jobs were worth the grade at which. they were eval. were host to Harry Bridges for ''OUR RECORD ZELQ1) .,,., lywood elite Atli shocked over the ''" l'.-41ection,,l, Directors. ....,, .., .--, :':'. 4
. E3., ,.. antics ofes 'former wife 'of a Du, 7 1 ''' .,
., ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,, weeks. . , ,,,... .. ,, ,
Now the Single Wage Scale has come into being, amid despair 'dget returned to the
When Brt , Pont. st Ik 'party,' Kept tearing off b.-Inventories and Balancet.,.. .,,.,,-,;,-,.., ',,.. ",
- San Franeisco,Anchorage e tAlet- -e. ,-, ,, -
. and discontent-Morale hasdroppedepletteewettighttge,....wwjeeprh , , ,.. - -I, Lye-. -- ,. ,... - ,e 47 ..' ' 'f
ANP ,t,., r ,., ,,-.;.,' M., 94 ,1:1( ktr,1110PareL, ,' i:'" ,7-1 '':' 3. 1
, , ''' ''''MOTtliatili'orth'A d ''' I ." I
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o a. rti les o Inctoorat on
-gore tire Tianjin Canti has for the pait eight eart telt to be ale Hawed tealigle In teMeth 'he
( wettli $1.28 an hour are reduoel to-$1.11. is truly all powerful. he praised '' lc e '
. ' ----"'A ii-. .(Art' I -3) ' L ' ' ' r. . ' '
Sal Mingo's-- lateeates at tee . .- '' '
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Carpenters are called box makers, sub-foremen are called main, the East, knocked the West end : : RCA RA
Dia,,ZILUGB -, ... Versatile are Lot
s, a Mason,: who '
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C.-An other, matter duly presented ,
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,,. tenant men, storemen are called bin and bulk men. Top grades
Invited two leading Russian union- , resembles Marilyn Monroe; Ida . to the Assembly ,! ,-: ---'' --
, lave beenedown-graded. ists to address hts Longshore- : ,, s et ee ei , eeete
. ... Puente. (Tito's et-wite) returned to ee
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i Potter should explain, if he can, how it is that a job which for men's Union convention. C
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ompare our prices and merchandise '''
. 'Cuba to catchup on some sleep. ,
' '' ' ' I 'THESECRETARY ,t',..., .'-'
eight years has been worth a certain salary, on Feb. 14, 1959, a- For this he deserves a red ear- -. eeThe bosses of a midtown h t 1 ... -. ' ' ' .' ' ' ' ' '
o e
investigated ti floating crap-game : !. ."i
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lieuntly becomes worth lets beceuse of a Single Wate agreement rumor ethd discovered it watt run '' '" eee''",,, e"";".e -- '. tr,..1-;... ,,,,,,,:,:-,,1;:,,,,,,-,A, ,, 4.- ..o ;:,
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' between two governments. Why have 95 poreent of all loeal-rate job emeemeareeeeee ataieemppeememeee-e- ----'-...-"ZI
claseitleations been reduced? EVEN IN OL,E MISS ,
John E., Hoover will celebrite his .........
eeelee Noo
by their house -dicks!. e-G Man l ,
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' Athe Armed Fortes re-evaluated the Local Raters' jobs in the f (3 th eh bilitation of PAINAIVIA-. RADIG.' -011P
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field where the men worked. The Panama Canal apparently did it erence on e rh a 35th year.as FBI chief on May 10. e :.iai. ',.:',' .:
tie e. 4 1 I. e, - ,4
- In the Personnel Office. where the word has itot yet arrived that in t d tb
alcoholics opened ere 0 ate e e ,... ee e Comicattip artists are: finding eiee, 4 1 11 4 A ', J:,:
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day n whieh mississippi became ventral ave., 'Across La Mereed Church !-:...;le: it tougher thedaver to place:new ,e
, te. ttS salaries ars going up, not down: e i i tallie ill 'Welt 4,,,, ,,teat betl ..,.."
the nation's only legally dry e strips. :Many editors claim tetney eie:
-.If a job his been worth certain selary for the past eight years, state. just can't spare the space. eettoy, t;ee.
it Is, still worth that salary today.. Theeteinglat,Witge Scale,wairnet elP101111110 I ti.1 9 0 ft al
: 9'9" ; '.;., '''- ',.I.J.; .", '.1 i ...NV', i.t .,: 1.':,. '",, ,, ,f ,,, ( ..!,,,,., ,, ,,, Si Gern4 ,,preeucer D, Ellis and teeeee.eeeee -- ''- ,, ,.. do', ,,,,
.fittended' as a means to reduce wateleteee e'ete"4,, "et,,',. '
, '' ' '','''''' TaniSeitz are,uh-huh. leutn Et. .reteeeee - -- ' ': :":;!, '
Potter is one of the most popttlar go4eritaiseever to ,eottle teethe eeeeeeeee '' -. , ; e- 4
tinge, onet-iMe Wway, and recerd eeeeeeee, ," .. ;- e ' ,,: ,e ',1 :. et
Caistlene, led can do much right now40 rehuildethe Marta ofItie, e ,. .
' ' . ;.
' '' P'' '::', ing tate andher groom lettlediti elegene l 4. e l e e'..,,
employes, both US and Local Ratee, ',,e,,e, edttee e, ee,,,, ,,eie e.,''e. , , to ,-e -
., ea.,' e'fr"r 41" ,
. :1" Vega after, a long Plc:, stay.,", a geeeer ,. ,,,-- : t te- : e eeee .' p
, Ilis-booldet about two years ago wale 6fieetlif the 'Meet clear: eW S ipmeti ',, d 2
t -.Receive
,.,. Theyelay Pegg King'o' ,terch' ter' OW .e.' '' :' :, e: .,. i.ii.e4 l ,:e
lighted immune ever prepared by a head of the Canal Zone Gov- p e Andre Peevik lights tip : Beverly .eeeee e. :
rusted. If ko re-reads it new he wW undentand the feelings of his .- eeee,
employes teditY OF ..
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, Let him bypass genie of his officials, Ms misadvieed offietbrs, and
' .': ' 'Thet eat a Dartmouth alurttni .'f . : . , 1
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' ' same if the prejudieed people who surround him, and look direetly
' o BELGIAN ty GeRMANZRYSTAL ,, club will 'occupte the present,. site 'i ...i .t e -tetiee:e. ",
- ' eel
'," tit the getodwW end intetest of Ms faithful:Leal liters. of 21 Morocco, when It moves a- ..: ,e' e .' e e ,.
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, 'We are not all looking for a big Increase, but we were looking t - 7P' round the .cerner; -; Lanvin'. love- ,ei, ' '.
, for a few cents rather than jutt a Grandfather clause and nothing Center Pieces saes s rays
V ' '8i A ht
9 ly Shirley Wood Is on Prince ,elly feeeeteeeee
.' more.
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.e. Khan's list of beaute .ited-hoir. eeeeeeeee- - , T ' ' ' .' ..., '., ,... '..:.. .
. Disappointed 0 SOLID BRASS Candlestias '' '''' ,,,,.:.: .. .,,,,,
.,4,,,. ed June! Solomen,ea housewife of ii':efUenee ',.'
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, through Bloomingdaleet dept store eeeeele 1 .' ' .' n MIAS TODAY! if::::4 -' ),',
. Lamps and Ashtrays. .,
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. . ,,. by a ialentescouL He arranged a -reeee e .. ,, .. e, eie
. Sir: , .. ,
t 0 FINE PORCELAIN ANIMAL FIGURINES ,
,,, test with 20th 4.-One of New York's. ......
' prettiest postwar society girls will 'gee --' 4 (- e e",' L '''''' i ' ' .. .
. My wife,. two-year-old son and myself had jusCreturned from a 1 '" 'die be a year, according to mectics, , eie'
pithy. shopping spree tn dowdtown Panama. I drove my gold-plated ,' ' '..' unless .she quits the bottle-aday e3'.
RN- 'Esrmtiiii. '' II' '' '
FREE 1 Ithout 0 igation; ,i,' ,, ,',
., 3.10511 Cadillac under our quarter mansion atop Albrooket Nob Hill For Keddings & Anniversaries see ..
, bit ''t Ja,ck Dempsey'aeit dens '' 'd e ' ''.- .(' ''n 1 a
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,; Ike butler sittl two maMs unloaded the $2000 worth t Panamanian ' '' '''' ' C 3' 23 '' ''" ''' ''
, ,.-, ,,, was ,Eleanor -,,Wood, e Albert ; ',...' :' r'''',
- Morehentlise thot my wife had bought with the two-week allowanee
(111. r extetuite selectionL or, .,
- French hatchick She wat (ince e' ,,,,e t , 'oc. s .. ,,,' ,,, '.. I
.., !live her each payday. - ',. ',,, '' "Mi Ohl
. se 0 ....Christine McGuire e" ''..' ' ; ? e, ,.,- e .1 :
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... .',:o., ..1,InjOy reading the 'Min lot, 16 my butler popped the cork FINE PORCELAIN BONE CHINA' 6' CRYSTAL -,: (McGuire Sisters) ," presented., a 'T'0: P t r
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1 inns sa 180 Vintage bottle of French champagne and I settled into .e,'"'r L I ', ',, ' ,,, ,, ',,. ,', 0,' ', '0' $5000 check (for the' Runyon Can -e. .,' '... - .. ( ., - .'-e.' :
' e' my '0.8Y chair le read how the other hall lives. , A ,,, : 4,0, 7 .. ::::.
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et Before I could finish the very first paragraph of the letter by Joe T I :;': L :1; , .. 16:t) , t. ''...,:,::.1.': : '': A '.' a he, sailed, back. l'. t', 'l ,'"e',. (' ' '"; 7.
, : fanianiMail hoe,ApriLle tears were flowing down my cheeks, and el' 40 ,', e; e, ', '1" ..,
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I was choked with gympathy for the writer. , ,. ,
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.' ,. If ponr Joe Zonain will send me his address I'll personally take C401011 ,( p . vs ' Will Price Is hoepitalized in the ,.'.. :. -,. s ,, ; ,,, -., ', ,,,,, ee. ,,,- ; ' :
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1 ,.. ', up ebtlectlen among the boys and see that his poor, poor family .' V, I
trgin Is ands. Trotalcal fever., --,-
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ECHO BRIEFINGRep. James E...,Van' Zandt (R-Pa.1 'Lowe
-,- With a, group of 'Navy and Marine reservists, Here Van, Zandt in
the itutomotiveseetion; From left are Capta R.,D. Ross, Maxine
U.S. Navy legislative liaison officer: Capt,J Harold A. Lawrenc
Col. Cecil Himes,commandant of the VSARCARIB School: Van;
Motive section,and Sic.' James Doyle;. section, instructor. ,,,',

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',' MAT, APRIL 10, 1919

WASIMVGION (ITN) ---
State Department said yesterday
it has decided to grant a passport
, for a European trip to Alger Hiss;
one-time high department official
convicted of perjury in the fa fa,
, fa, mous pumplEM papers" Commu Communist
nist Communist spy case; : '
- Department spOkesman Lincoln
Whi'e neWsmen that Hiss had
applie for a pasport for travel
, in England, France, Holland and
possibly other Western ,European
countries. A
"We have decided to grant the
passport," White said.
Hiss, who rose te high rank dor dor;
; dor; Ing-11..'Yaars the,. department,
WaS ccmvicted, of, perjury 1950
' for de,nying to tgrandiury that
be, Eever slipped, secret informa4
, lion to Whittaker Chambers, eon eon.,
., eon., feszed courier fOr a pre-World
War 11 Communist spy ring.
Chambers gave the bizarre nevi
, its Ammer by 'hiding, theunvidence
erL's 4'0dt:convicted Hiss fit a scooped
: Put pumpldn' on his Maryland
farm. Vice Preddent Richard.. M..
'', Nixon, then a meiriber of the
''' 'Mouse Committee on 1.111-Ameri;
can Activities, bad, a part in
cracking the case. ,
Hiss later served almost four.
' years in the Lewisburg, Pa.; fed federal
eral federal penitentiary. He was released
le 1954. He has steadfastly main maintaintd
taintd maintaintd 'he ,was innocent ,of :'any
White declined to comment when
asked if there had been any
thought 4:4 denying a passport to
, 'Hiss, now a 54-year-old special' as as&
& as& Meant to- the' president of Feath Feathercombs,f
ercombs,f Feathercombs,f Inc., manufacturers of
'women's combs and bobby pins.
But other officials, fed that un under,
der, under, the law, the department had
no groimds for- denying ,a
passport:II:he Supreme Court bas
ruled that political affiliations can cannot
not cannot be used as a reason fctr depY depYtng
tng depYtng ,citizen a. passport. ;
' White said Miss', passport wmdd'
, be the same as those granted' to
, other American citizens. It pre pre,
, pre, sumably would permit him to tray.
ei behind the Iron Curtain if he
should decide to- do ,so
Hiss at first 'refused-to discuss
the possibility that he might go
abroaiL Later, be said that he and
his soli, Anthony, would make

KFINGRep. James E...,Van' Zandt 'Lowe d the'VESARCARIE School:at 'Fort -Gulick while on the Lithmus
g 'Navy and Marine reservists, Here Van, Zandt in spects one of tile training aids, a-34 ton truck, engine used by
raeCtion. From left are Cant R., D. Ross, Marine esorPsi Nan,' lialsim officenl,Capt. (1.. S.- Bullen,
:Islative liaison officer: Capt.J Harold A. Lawrene e, U.S.- Navy aeserve,-Of the House Veteraris'Affairs Conimittee;
es,pommandant of the VSARCARIB SchOol: Veal, Zandt; Capt.,-Miguel -A.Aremandez, chief Instnictor in the auto autoand
and autoand Sic.' James Doyle;. section, Instructor. ' CUS,Armi Photo)

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the trip together after ,the boy'a
Spring semester at his :Vermont
preparatory school ends in Jane.
'lel said It 'would be ilstriatly'.
a, pleasure trip, lasting from two
weeks to a month. -, y

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CEDAR RAPIDS, !Mita (IIPI-
Four mei who, hatie built success successtut,
tut, successtut, farming Operations virtually
from' scratch4Were named Amer America's
ica's America's ',"outstanding young farmers"
of 1956 last night by the U.S. Jun Junior
ior Junior Chamber,4of Commercm
teThe lour., 'chosen by' panel of
seven agriculture experts, from
amongs9 inalists,, were lonored
at bancidet'Climixint three,dayi
of events' for. 'the stat6 winners
here.-1-
Those honored were:
' Paul Ames, ,35, Indio,' Calif., 'S
citrus and sweet potato grower
who also -operates a farM Mann
agement'lervicet yid has devel developed
oped developed numerouir Methods for Inv
proved farming of sandy, desert
soils. Married and the father of
four tchildren,, he farms .1,220
acres. 4 ,
Dale Koester, 36, tava o t
Springs, Idaho, cattleman and
general farmer who parlayed k
8900 investment for a pickup truck
into, $22;000 farm." Married and
the father of three children,' he
farina 1,775 acrea e
- Sullivan, Fis.her, 31,' Rocky
Mount, N.C., who saved money
from 4-H and Future Farmers of
America projects and Navy lerv lervia
ia lervia to purchase a 345-acre farm.
Under his direction, tabocco and
cotton 'production -doubled a n d
livestock increased SOO per cent in
11 years. Married and the father
of one child, he farms 525 acres.
,, Willard V. Vilson, 31, Thermop ThermopWyo.'',
Wyo.'', ThermopWyo.'', who 12 years ago bor borrowed
rowed borrowed money' to "buy' a 185-acre
run-down spread and turned it
into, a nixie' farm. Married anti
the lather of two children, he
Ifarms UV acres.

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'fr TUE riegmA immucmi AN INDEPENDENT DAILT lawsrinz

- PHOENEC, Ark.; Apri11.0(11PI)
The bodycif Frank Lloyd Wright
will be returned tomorrow to the
Wisconsin hilly farm country
where the world-famed architect
was bom 89 years ago. r.
Wright, the storm-center and
guiding light of tnodern archi architenture,
tenture, architenture, died in the t pre-dawn
hours yesterday. morning at St.
Joseph's hospital where be had
undergone abdominal surgery
Monday.
The white-balred, ,"rebellious
old gentleman" who fought in
his work and life the conventions
of society, win be .buried in the

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A few friends and members of
the family joined 'with the famed
architect's widow, Olgiviuma,, his
thire mght, PaY last
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outskirts of Phoenix' where hie
body- is lying in state.

Ta !Leah West-, was Wright's
winter home. His Sprhig Green
home in Wisconsin b ,Taliesin
(Welsh-- for !Radiant Brow")
where he also conducted en, ar architectural
chitectural architectural school : for appren apprentices.
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ter; Center; Wis.; near Spring- Green.
Wright lough0 all 'his life for
..:nstoral housing:: tome that
would give ,ua sense - shelter
and a sense el space. I
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mality, formality, put of 'many of his build buildings
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to fit the landscape;-
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lar and its roof is supported by
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turned hunting horns. -
His l'falling water' house, at
Be2r Itim,' rt.; testuretIoneMe
slabs cantilevard ovAr (at water'

His most 'recent building Web'
only now is 'tearing completion is
the startling circular structure ba
New York't Fifth Avenue which
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SIODBNG PLAN'S DELAYED,--Christine jorgenSen; 32-year:dreif:'
Gleam was transformed into a woman by a series of operati9ns
De.nmark, is pictured withHoward Knox, 39, it New York as' they
tried to apply for a marriage license. The Marriage License Bureau
could not decide immediately if Christine was legally a womane
However, the 'city clerk said he's willing to take the word of Dr.
Murry Benjamin, Christine's physician, if lie says she's a female.
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cars; furs, jewelry and TV sets
Vera hurt by last year's business
alumax But sales of whisky and
bin tco went upwhether because
of f)t in spite of the recession
TDO recession buying pattern
-Shooied up in- tax collection fig figural
ural figural for 1959 released yesterday'
by tile Internal Revenue Service.
' Corporate tax payments shoi'ved
thea biggest drop, skidding from
. $22 1,172 in 1957 to $20,433,940,-
,
0004 ederal revenue from individ individualt
ualt individualt come taxes also dechnett.,i
'' -S es no tax rate changes ot'-',
, Cu ed from 1957 to 1958, the
fluctuation indicate the level of
inettie, profits, or sales.
Total government collections,
, the .,teport showed, fell 82,629,58,3,-
000ln 1958, down to $79,757,047e
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Sirvice Center Theatres
TONIGHT'
BALBOA Air Conditioned
6:00 S:30'
1,Duel At Apache Wells"
! 14nd "AFFAIR IN RENO"
i! (Double Program
4$ Note Starting Time)
OCO SOLO 1:00
Minus LaRosa
Phyllis Newman
' "LET'S ROCK"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Pegged Berplan
Curt Jergens
lifEHE INN OF THE SIXTH
," HAPPINESS"
ln CinemaScooe & Color!
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
r'Never Wave At A Woe
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GAMBOA 7:00,
Robert Taylor
! Deborah Kerr
INV() VADIS" In Color
(Reneat Run)
OATEN 1:00
Mickey Rooney
Patricia Breslin
alifind Hard Comes Home"
IFRGARrrA 7:00
juy Madison
Rhonda Fleming
i; "BULLWHIP"
CinemaScope & Color!
Owl show 10:30 p.m.
1;-Tennessee's Partner"
ARANO 7:110
MIES HARD MAN" and
1"Tb, a Country. Husband
i ; Owl show 10:30 P;Fl
"This Is 1117.1,ove
ANTA CRUZ 7:00
Mont Kong Affair" and
,1 "Kansas Territory
CAMP BIERD 7:00
rlark Gable Doris Day
"TEACHERS PET"
in Color!
Owl show 10.30 p.ln.
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with Kirk Douglas
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sides alcohol and tobacco were
collections. on auto gas, sporting
goods, cameras, phonograpn rcc rccords,
ords, rccords, telegrarns, long-distance tel telephone
ephone telephone callst and tickets to the theaters,
aters, theaters, concerts,i,:4thletic contests
and other eventr.4:'
Although the connectiOn with the
reassion, if any, ,was not clear,
there was also a rise in taxes
paid on bowling alleys and pool
tables. At $20 persalley or table,
Uncle Sam collegted $3,132,000 last
year compared' tto,,,4t3,073,000 in
1:411it 111Virecission, the IRS
figures shoWedi''Were sales of au autos,
tos, autos, radioit, TV sets, other appli appliances,
ances, appliances, luggage, Jewelry and furs.
The 20. per cent cabaret tax
charged at night -clubs and other
entertainmlint, places fell too,
yielding .$448.57,000.1or $911,000 less
than itt,,495IW!-;',;,14
Moving. titt dollars
to $2,113,548,000' Wks the tax take
on distilled. spirits. Collections on
both the domestic and importA
varieties picked 11, as Uncle Sam
collected, $10.50 .;4.gallon on each
kind. -t,,
1 Beer collentpils Itisiti from S764,-
211,000 inA.95..'tviti707,939,000 last
year.-Relativeir speakIng, import imported
ed imported beetlinited'hY'. ter' the bigger
gain, nearly.15 -.per gent.
wtde dipped by
S8041000 40490,222,090.
With car sates .toppling to 4,300,-
000 last yore the auto excise
yielded i S94516,0013 ''' compared to
$1,274,402,000.1n,195i,
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LINCOLNITON, bl.C. ( UPI)--The
Long. Shottia,Cottow Mills was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed ,14,,,,tire,,:,.yesterday. Ploy
Jumper, 35,-, a. partItime photogra photographer
pher photographer for' trlharlotte television
station, droPpel dead of an ap apparent
parent apparent heart,,,at acjt at the scone.
LIM me Eliot a ion on ,1
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POPULAR NIGHT!
I$1,10 per CAR!
Richard Widtrtark, in
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The Barmen Mad"
Ricard4 Morita !ban
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BLACK BLOOD

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One cif the most siguitcato
trencla in modern Chris.lanity
be: spodighted. next week when
the oldest U. S. rrotestant: mis mission
sion mission in the Middle Eask goes .out
of business.,
Its .passing. -will 'be celebrated
rather than, mourned...For it is
turning overs,its :work las well
as its personnel and propertyto
a itaqve Arah'Chritian church.
In ,a ceretnony in Beirut next
Wednesday, S. Presbyterians
and Congregationalists will sur surrender
render surrender control oyez million doli dolilars
lars dolilars worth of chtirches; hospitals
and schools, 'including, two col col.
. col. leges, which they have built in
Syria and, Lebanon undir a joint
missionary effort begun, in .1823.
The 57 American missionaries
- now- attached to ,these institutions
will remtq !on the job, but, theY
will hrneeforth be "fraternal
workers" iinder,,the authority of
the National Evangelical Synod of
Syria and Lebanon.
' The United Pr b yt a ni
Church in the 'U.S.A. and the Con Congregationalist
gregationalist Congregationalist Board of Foreign
Missions will tentinue to give fi financial
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on gas consumption is matte
easier and' more picturesque
with this combination lamp lamppost
post lamppost and meter for homeowners'
front or back. yards. Meter Is
housed in a watertight corn corn,
, corn, partment -that' goes der:.
ground. Dials aro in lamp bas041
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FIRSTTFollowhirthe fad of
unusual professional names like
Rock and Tab,.there now seems
to be a movement toward add,
ing extra letters in a name. An
example is Edd Bryn, In "77
' Sunset Strip" on TV. But Salm.
mee Tong. shown. above, with
' Noreen Corcoran, thought of it
; first, and added the extra "e"
,, years ago. He and Noreen are
mmbers ot the "Bachelor
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, Richard Burton in
"ALEXANDER THE GREAT''
Clayton Moore in
"THE LONE RANGER AND
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Gold' Prise ROCS
WINDOW'S WAT
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'Syria' and Lebanad,"but It 'will be
channeled througli.-, the,'.native
church. ,;
The change-over is the latest of
a series of such moves. by ma
1.1k S.. Protestant bodies,SimiUr
transfers,' of ,mission, ..personnel
and property have previously tak taken
en taken -place, in -India,, Japan, Thai Thailand,
land, Thailand, The Philipp lees, ameroub,
and several other areas of Asia
kind Africa '
Bbi lid his trend' i COnVie COnVietion
tion COnVietion that, Christianiti.needi a, bold
new concept of its global mission
if it is to make any headway
headway against the,'strong
tionalist tide running In 'Asia and
Aftica.
In many countries, the Cluis Cluisfian
fian Cluisfian Gospel is being rejected be-1
cause it Is identified as an l'ex-1
pee!, of the western wifite
There is 'a growing -disposition
aluong Asians and Africans to re regard
gard regard American-controlled foreign
missiOns as a form -of "spiritual
imperialism." '
, A century of missionary effort
has succeeded, however, in "plant "planting
ing "planting native Christian churches in
nearly every country of Asia and
Africa. These indigenous thurches
are weak in membership, re resources,
sources, resources, and 'trained clergy. But
many nf them are fired 'by a zeal
for the Christian faith tbat the
pastors of S. churches' would
dearly love to see equalled in
their own congregations.
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Taking no part in April tomfool tomfoolery,
ery, tomfoolery, the stork at Gorgas Hospital
delivered two girls and two boys on
April 1. ,
Seventeen other births were re recorded,
corded, recorded, for the' Week which ended
at midnight, Monday, according to
the hospital report. During this
same period 191 patients were, ad admitted
mitted admitted and 175 were discharged.
Parents o fthe girls born- on A April
pril April 1 are Lcdr and' Mrs. C. T.
Fontaine, of Farfan: and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Williams, 'of Panama. The
boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. C.
N. Atherlev, of Panama; and Sp.4
and Mrs. F. N. Williams, Jr., 'of
Coca
The other girls were bom to Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Williams, of Rod Rodman;
man; Rodman; Mr. and Mrs.,J. del C. Quin Quintana,l
tana,l Quintana,l of Arraijan; Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Saldaniage, of Pananta Ci Citr,
tr, Citr, Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Sheets,
Jr.:of Ft, Clayton: Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Febrenbach, ,of Curundu
Heights; Sgt. and Mrs. Q. D.
Pressley. of Cocoli; and Mr, and
Mrs, r. IldneW, of!' qdlibrit.'
MC bblra iverarborn Mr.Ittit
Mrs. S. it. atancey, of Curundu;
Sfc. and Mrs.' G. W. Fowler, of rt.
Clayton; SSgt. and Mrs. Henry
Wood. of L0001811 Ste. and Mni. T.
M. Wiggs. of Ft. Clavton; Mr. and
Mrs. S. ,Mitrotti. of Panama MI:
Mr, and Mrs:.' E, It., Rios, of Pm
ama CWO and Mrs, D.
Clark; of Albrook: Sn.4 and Mrs. B.
crux M.': of Cocoll: SSgt. and Mrs.
G. J. Winkelmater. of Loeona:' Mr.
and Mrs.T.J. C. Alleyne, of Panama
City.
Meanwhile three boys and one
girl were bon at Coco Solo Hospi-,
talAuring the week which ended
at midnight, April 1, according. to
the hospital retort. ,During
same period;49 patients were ad admitted
mitted admitted and 75 were discharged.
Parents of the girl are Mt', tuld
Mrs. Artiulfo Manning, of Colon
no boys were born to Sp.,' and
Mrs. Gerardo Magcanam, of Co CoJoni
Joni CoJoni Mr .and Mrs. Carlos Wallace,
of Rainbow City; and Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Mika of France Field.
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TRAVELING DELEGATERThe 'delegation represenfing Panania a the recent eonventiori3Of COTAL',(boiitederition Of Traltel
Agencies of Latin America) is pictured during a tour of Santiag o. Chile. More Alien SOO; attended the convention :scan all-Parta
of Latin Aniericar Spain, Italy and Israel. in the top row, from left, are John' Albritton of LAN-Chile; Juan:A.,'deile' Guardia of,
the Panama Tkavel,Agencn Pedro Dia of ASA:q Carlos 'Van, Ho orde of Balboa Xxin'est;;Carloa de ;Tenon ot :avow AgeneYi Aft.,"
ert Enyd of Panama, Tours.; Bottom row, from left; Hindi Diamond,' bditor of 91QTAL;.magazhib: Aldrete Of Per,a0M1
'Travel Agency; Olga oe 4anon; Mrs. Carlos Quijano and Carlos Quijaxio of Cabal VIcorPae. NO:plt4r4d, are,Irt Picombe, 'Mr,
and Mrs. Orajales,, Prank itrid Peggy Zeimetz'ol,Panarea Agencre 'and Jorge .Saavedra.of -;" ,,

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RETIREMENT GIFTpFelloW employes from the 11.8Army Carl bbean Engineer Section present a gift to Demetriollow as hi
retires with 29 years of US government service; Taking part in the ceremony,' left to right art-Esteban S. Seem, leafier paver
ill tin roads section; J. C. Myer& roads. foreman; R09., and Lt.. Col. Donald' RogersUSARCARIB engineer. Rogers presented
several letters of appreciation, includbag one from. Maj. Gen. Ch arles L. Dasher,' USARCARtB commanding general.- Rot, who
lives at 8-183 26th Street East, Panama City...first started to work for Use governMent in1929- With 'the, sanitation divisiort ot
the Panama Canal Government. He became associated with th e Department Engineer, U.S. Army In ,1935 and for several yearl,.;
worked on a variety of construction'projects on4the West Bank including What is now the Clayton-Curundu road.
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MILIAN RETMESPedro Went), tri employetofthe VS Army Caribbean trigineer, Sietiont, ieceiVes letthS of apprec titled
from Lt. Col. Donald PI. Rogers, USARCARIB engineer,' as he re tires from U.S. Iovernment.ser.viet..Msf. Oen, Charles tot- sells
er. T.ISARCARIS commending general and Rogers both congratu lated Cedeno on his years, of employment. Re worked for, the
Navy at Summit Station on construction 'of drainages and for the Arniy at ,Fprt. Itobbe on( eonstruction of (Matters prier to
1943. Since that tithe he has been. affiliate& with the USARCAR IS Engineer Section, post enginicr division. Cedeno, who lives
at 25 25th Street West, Panama City,, plans to make' his home On a farm in Ilejueo,,Shown at the retirement ceremony, front
row, left to right, are Jones R. Nendertion,' post 'enginegr super visor at tort Clayton, ,lead iforeman gOrace Shaw, Cedenp, Roo ,'
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Zone lodge lkro, 1414.. FL P.70,, Elks, 4959-80' 'officers following installation SaturAsY at the'Elka home on Balboa Road.. Bscrii
row'lleft to right).; Louis Pincus, tiler; Elmer". RaCk,Organist;', Thomas Bell, inner guard;: Ziertenv William arlin Jr., ehaplain;.:.,
IROart brown, esquire,' Trent rowz-James Dalton, .past'-; exalted, 4ttler,,P trustec.,-;William -,,Mallory, esteemed i lecturing
knight; Jacques Lally, esteemed lead.ing knight;-,Bernard: T. Woo da,,exalted mien, J.-Bright past exaltAxi tuleri4steemects:
loyal Anight;;Pasquale p..14onaco, past exalted:ruler, treasurer;-, and .,,Joseph,,S.:;Corrigani aecretigy. s
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,abeitt -;'subsidiatIlifore ma ei.have,"
acqiiirlid.$70,00:". ytttli ; f,; nO,
' ,peeling,;.aitd';-te.fiettining: rnathine4','
: whith,.."?.whilelt.', may ;not 're110;',,
shrimp industre
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technicitirtif rieleiv Of,'New
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day: Its'use,,;for., the
first 1-tinfe't,in,"Lastin".4inerica,,z?Ittll
snake ',,thr,Patisimi,''''company'7. as
' modern--a'shr',Inip-prOcessorf at the
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big cletner4ob;;Ivith lest lst Of
MeaVlbali "by. hand :labortit,.cotm,,
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shrimp 1,into'-,,inother,',Inichine''for
sorting ,,spitording tol sizes.41.5,000
lbs,.! or 'peeled shrimp, 'will be" Prt:0
cesied 31n, 24, hours.... As -a.'result'. of
the,t;speed: 'qualitY
Shrimp Avillbe:exported4 and more.
profitably.,
Due.:Jo inre asid
shipmentsthere',
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n, ,reorgahlzedlnlhis'eommancl, three !years lig ',after- having,: been: inactivated,w' the' 23r&Infantry: Division -, Band, ,,The '',public
. normally 4tee, the, mUsicians at 'concerts Of onl-paracle4 and' each or- those ,,apuetrancet;requires. manye! hours r of ''praitice;"'' Bere
:',41Sgt.,,LIoyd:.:Byers,..Assistant band leader ,-and ',acting :first ter getnt fr' the, (init., conducts al-rehearsal -in i'PreParatiork-,fir. the
'' text: lir- fn aelLSOrt .; COrteertc to be, presented, r I" Fort Anlitdor Sun -ds3r, Apr1;719; Men .of the: 79th 'have,- obligations ',Othen; than must,,,,,, ,.-'
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Workers'. formerly,'- engaged in
b:afid-peeling- the, ihripp;,:,ean-he
iatilized in, tho lncreaSed Paking
OPerati005; ace 14 the
Icompant,' plans .to dapand 2.'
tpes -ot eonsuther retail' packag packaging
ing packaging sodn. Titi shrimp aro alMndant,
ill-year ',round. -; ',,?4
!The mew. equipmeit,', will 'create'
a larger: '4' market 'for the tiff
sbrimp the :,;,i,Upited States. :sy
sorting Reediting 4,0 larger,
ones will command a ,highOripriee'l
and yet will conipete,loyorahly, M
Diy ..WOod of .Shoreline:''Etiter .Shoreline:''Etiterprises
prises .Shoreline:''Etiterprises .df 'Aiderlear large' Ilnited IlnitedStates,
States, IlnitedStates, ,7.distributor
shrimp nits ;visit: here last,week 1
',was very 'Well impressed 'by: reMi
Island'rs moderns'; proceising one-'
thodsithi Aadditioni., representa;,
:five., of ,,s ,,kdowirssourt !caa-'
AMU conidratin has 'stated?, that
big ,tornpany',. wig,: be definitebrip
,terestedjiKusing,' the 5,titi,
, sold in. uniform sizes; 7
- Pearl Island seafood' Which
processes. 'and freezei pr.; ,highty
shrimp ,botta, ;,"la st '' month slipped
lbs,,f m sbrimp,to;:the .1.14
lilted 4. States. Last; year fit, MtPrt!
'ed,' More sluimp; than' amiL. Other
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'SPC., ROBORT e: McIWIthiEY, 'United' .5tites 'Army' darrisen;. i:
t';'7 tort Clayton; last week' received lite CoMmendation Sibbon with, i
,i,',-.,Metal,,,Pendant: (First Bronze Oak' Lent Cluster)- trom Cpl.:J.: D. 'f,',
t t CoPel, post totninander, '.14-ort' Claytoc.'', The 'award eiat-present-', ,',.
: , .id, icetcognition ot .14Burirey's 'adminietrative 'supervision,' at l';,
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HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Dennis
Crosby, 24, one of crooner Bing
Crosby's, four grown sons,' waited
to be subpennett today as defend defendint
int defendint in a paternity suit 'naming
hint the father of 17-month-old
Denise Michelle Scott
iever admitted -it" and I
never will," the nowinanied disk
jockey said 'when asked, about
fatherhood of 'the girt,', "I haven't
received any papers let so I can't
say more than that."

Joh ti iatob Astor 1
Insists fie s Down
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To last $5141111on
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NEW YORK (UPI)L;John Jacob
Astor Itctitular hied of one of
America's most famous families.
la really a very. poor rich boy
hai only five million dollars.
His half-brother. Vincent Astor,
left him no bequest in, willing his
estimated NO MOM dollar es estate.
tate. estate. John Jacob's attorneys are
watching the Dutehess County
probate of Vincent's will. No con contest
test contest has, been filed on behalf of
the younger, brother, but that has
appeared to be the direction in
which the lawyers ore pointing.
Astor disclosed his financial
condition -as he. sailed yesterday
for Europe. Reports that the two
or three times married Atotor was
worth million dollars at least
are simply 41a false mytk" 'he
said.
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There are two possible explana explana,
, explana, tions for Astor's comparative pov poverty
erty poverty despite his direct descent
from the gold-grathering fur trader
who founded the Ameritan clan.
For one, the Astors have tradi traditionally
tionally traditionally handed 'Awn the inheri.
tanee to take eldest ion; ler an.
other, John Jacob wisn't boll at
the time of his father's death, on
the Titanic in 1912,

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His portion of his father's estate
was said by associates to have
been about eight millicm ss com com,
, com, pared to Vincent's 87,4, million
dollars.1
,
'Vincent, who ,died hi February
at the age of 67, WaS childless.
He Wt two million dollars to his
widow, nearly one million in other
specific-bequests -- not including
hts half brother--and the rest to
a' charitable foundation wb h
bears his name,
John -Jacob. on the other band,
has a ion to carry on the family
naTne 23-yearold.Willisin Astor
ot Winter Park,. horn of bis
SinstN martiageolls;s1s0. has'
danattir, nolT, .nt )1is second
marriage.

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'Marilyn' Scott,' -26,' the- mother
of the illegitimate child,-filed the
paternity suit I yesterday in Su Superior
perior Superior Court seeking 2460.25
Monthly support payments and le legal
gal legal recognition of her daughter
as Dennis'' child., 4.
"I want Denise to be entitled
to what all the Crosbys win have
in the future," said the attractive
brunette. "There's se question in
mY mind that Dennis te the fem.
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Miss Scott named Dennis the
child's father, in hospital records
when the baby was born Nov. 24;
1957.
"So far,"., the saiel "the Cros Crosbys
bys Crosbys haven't admitted a thing, but
their attorneys send me $300 a
month to support her.
"Everyone says the. looks ex exactly
actly exactly like her father and grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Bing. She doesn't even
have much hair. Neither does her
father."
Superior Judge Roger:, Alton.
Neff set a hearing on the tnatter
for April n after Miss Scott's at attorney,
torney, attorney, Milton Zeit, said the
"child, br not being adjudicated
as the daughter of Dennis Crosby,
might lose 'certain initeritaoces
and valuable rights." v
Miss Scott also ,sought in addl.,'
fion to the, increase& child strt
Port PaY.menrs."pther lelief the
court may deem just", and the
cost of the suit to be Paid bY
Crosby.
She said she met' Denniswho
is, now married., to ',Las Vegas,
Nev., showgirl Pat Sheehan, by
whom he has fathered one eon
and whose 7-year-old son by a
previous marriage he4 has adopted
-0-in January, 1957; had only
three dates with him. ,,
"We all took blood 'tests right
after Denise wag born," she said,
"but still don't knoW the results.
I guess the faMily,!;belleves Den Dennis
nis Dennis is the father or they wouldn't
be sending me $300, a month."
Miss Stott, a former telephone
operator, complained,' that as a
result, of ail the .publicity attend attending
ing attending 'her -affair with ',Dennis she
has been unable to,find work and
has been forced to live in a one oneroom
room oneroom anartment ,eff Vine Street.
"Dennis has never :denied be being
ing being the father tfUltlY 'child," she
said. "The onlY reason, rm going
to court is to Protect 'Deniqe
the years to tome; I think the
Crosby family' should 'accept her
as one of 'thetw"
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T,'missioners
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3 leretly married to :Adele ugusti wstr,. ; lb.) 21 Genus 01 true '411 Takes OWL)
NCHEON, DINNER PARTIES ABOARD SANTA PAULA .1. R..):14, 6,WAY a pretty showgirl,' In Las torte lo S I S IS It""1- untasien olives .47 DU ,
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s OUTSTANDING SOCIAL EVINTS ON ATLANTIC SIDE and 'Cathy' Grant last weekend' Therre kOneYm0011 w wit A a a 2 !!Ccsu. rts (0)4' ,' 12 Cease ;' 21 Vend 41 Back Dirt' :

LUNCHEON, DINNER PARTIES AROARD SANTA PAULA
.itARIS OUTSTANDING SOCIAL EVINTS ON ATLANTIC SIDE
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I to the Isthmus, is the scene today of several social activities on the
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luncheon for businessmen of both Panama City end the Canal
or Zone was given, an da dinner party aboard the liner will be attend.
: Od this evening by dignitaries of the isthmus. The Santo Paula is
commanded by Capt. T. R. Thomson.
" 'The ship Is making a 11-day Caribbean emits from New York.

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0 The Society of the National Mu.
:ileum of Panama will meet Sion.
enday evening St S:30 at the mu muoseum
oseum muoseum to discuss plans for tho corn corn:big
:big corn:big month and to name commit commitnames.
names. commitnames. dembers interested in woriung
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Capt. Robert F. Boyd of Diablo
lleights is the new Canal Zone
Boy Scout commissioner.
He wits named to the post by
the executive cothmittee of the
Canal Zone Boy, Scout Council
Aluring ita monthly meeting Tues.
iday night. The executive commit commit!An
!An commit!An also nimea four field corn corn-
- corn- missioners and 11 neighborhood
- commissioners to serve on Boyd'a
'staff.
1 Other business discussed includ includkid
kid includkid the recent Scoutcapades and
vt'Camporee and the upcoming ca ca:yuco
:yuco ca:yuco raee through the Canalan
'tsponsored by the council and
'the proposed leasing of the scout
camp property at El Volcan.
- Boyd, a Panama Canal pilot,
P'succeeds L.A. Ferguson as comt-missioner.
Ferguson resigned re re:
: re: cently because of health reasons
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tG. Relihan was acting commis commis:stoner.
:stoner. commis:stoner. Boyd has been active in the
-local scouting movement for the
:past two years and his son he
also has two daughters is a
'Sea Scout attached to Ship 8.
11 His field commissioners win bet
Col. JOhn Schmelstr; Sgt. Roy
:Barrett: Relihan, ,and Wendell
',G. Cotton.
Neighborhood commissioners will
bet Johnny Vaucher, W. F.' Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Ralph C. Morgan. Capt. A.
P. Vier, Maj. R. M. Stokes, H.
hither, Robert Donaldson. F.
'L.' Denton, Felix Kaminski, Clyde
,Ptippa, and Wesley Kennedy.

; r...q will be held Saturday evening at linu mums um graphs of the hatehet-wielding car. "-- --- "s'' '"'" '""" la Mostretianti I- 1, L, -
fo-rm---aic'e-s-wai-Liza- iiitiii IT:onrd-o'n 'arthli7lefens, put up by Mr, and reis, t ips4 atomism -,
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irro) 1 7 at the Post Home in Cristobill. rie indicate she was hardly a cur- an of I;m Fair Ladi." Alra- William Curtis of Dallas., ,- --, . .. , la ,, wham ,,, ,.,
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vaceoul c tie n Warlock s bein bale as To start with, Bill .opened the se Atom fly muirition No
on the 50th. St. crosstown bum is a $3,000,000 Western, tut the three trey et 'trumps, ,Shirloy I jack smantted ,, all
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.. handsome enough to rate a acreen MilliOn hasn't all goofi for tuinbl. forced South's tlueen and -South ,-. property -, I fingillIIIIME : i91111111111111 --
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Z The installing officer fOr the L 0 N D 0 N, Ohio (UPI) A profile ie darling. Paul" Stewart ,. .,
dies. Thousends were 'spent on ill played the deuce and Shirley ,, mi ,-,,, i Brommin ,, antimitim !,. .,
i ,-- post will be L. T. Schubert, senior warped interpretation of Bible
, winged down to Miami Beach to Waterford crystal chandelier1, took tier' age -end. led 4 the three . c,
", -7; pastdepartment commander of 'Tel may.... bays tromOIa!I .1,1, be neer Jack Certer during i
11,1 marble atatuare ".ernate Irrenalt Snot right back.- Bill 'Von with 11011Yer 01 '' i '-; -

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ted the recent scoutcapaues aRMI MOD, tormeny or UMW, now or ---- -!. ;
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'''Camporee and the upcoming ca- St. Petersburg, Fla. til-'01 14th day of to be titled "Rhumbas For Kim"
, keep it up un e f- of the burglars woo grabbea $400, '' ' 61.ARli
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d the whole a medie of Latin favorites Kim -. , f 40 items; I including sid '-wear, too grow up.' ,,--,, ---t, ,.' 1 :. ' ''''
000 worth of gems at I MIMI Illp C 111 It D 0141-KA A
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hr ugh the Canal-all The peternal grandparents are the tune month,
congregation of Novak requested as she wriggled vii! .41acketili. 'lecke juMpers and sep ,,,' The tonectiod bag 'two group', 'i. ,I
il- and d M Henr Ehrman of assembly of the
fsponsored by the counc Mr. an rs. y Beach hotel this Winter. Eddie Y i
Israel shall kill it. in the even- around the Casa dance floor in tes 'An atonmart 'so his
ticet in sizbs 11 to 6 X and 7 to IC, Ill.
'the proposed leasing of the scout Gamboa. is ,, Byrnes, young star Of television's ' :- I ' - : .,.,, 01111 .... .c. , p ,.,
'camp property at El Volcan. ri. -' - Ali Khan's embrace. 'Understand. "77 Sunset Strip i d ti
., s e ntf one slut I --ar ' td
oral,' prin ski ,
Q-Illie bidding hie beim :".-.,' -6d, ancrortginel 1,, r''..,--, -', ,.. -, c ediek, e it t ,,
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Boyd, a Panama Canal pilot Panamonto Guest '."The sharpshooter's f 0 u r t h able quote from Sophia Loren; I
"- of the chorue 'girls, from e 82 looked cket with matching bood lin 'r
th lye's honk ,, laid "l felt an ,,kids Clothes ta 1 id 11 rt,
A Ferguson as com-' Recent guests at the Panamon- attack Iasi night fol tp p
,r'succeeds L. lowed the at- refer' women friends to men Club in Greenwich Village. 14 . -,. 1 Iti,-, ''', 1 4 ; '''pgae tlik. And tho tgeniUsen., of &Sign al lake wh te ore and a s cos 1
i d e- t B t have been Dr. tern of three previous shoo ings friends, but I never have soy.
rlissioner. Ferguson res gne r- te Inn a oque e t .,..'., ,- , A ,-'- -big name Aesigners-did -.lot in l'..rust suede like '',. -fabric,
Turk Murphy, the big draw at I leou so h .' - ''-
s,'""cently beciluse of heal
th reasons Herzel Weismann of Geneva, beginning Easter week. , ut hold: , ,. a -re s ,, g ot 0S,, US :min. mme ,Av sy e e ee e
' '' k I kid I h j t tri d id) nth ti elt P Mil
I Boyd's appointment, T Switzerland; G u I d e Livediotti s
-and, unti 1 cl h Th di h t
Psychologists have theor ze e e Sar set asu t s rapped gal). the Roundtable, has just establish. 1 ot le 3 4,711,4,0 7 4,7c (Ito .., I
ed a corporation inspired by his ,t. e ralturee of adulte, -clothet. The re. fer' a "baby' shepherd look.", --. s'
What do you doll ,.-;. '. sult-cittldrea look -lintel'', ., Writ ,,,, All items 1- are tilip-dry, 4.eirn 4
41.G Relihan was acting commis- and Lorenzo And n be. d b a men- bin bo t N M I 1
rel i of itome, knlings are mg one y g a u ancy a one s rea hobby of collecting antique ethos.
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'' '11,,,sioner. Italy; Ernesto Riche and Mrs tally deranged person after read- sons for quitting the Kim Stank A-411d tom epodes. Year said Ai.- 0.-- - r .'- woolena.r,Prices range OM 51 to ..
,, Y The, film:, celleV:Concourse Ltd." her hae,' broad she -while yew :. ,,t,-,- - ''''' '
co ,;; ,.,1 ' 16, for jaCkets, ,and- about 838 for ',
Louse Allerhand and son Sven of leo such biblical references to th I i "T h of h P
e ro e n one t e oet. will import vintage cars from Eu hand isomodmusu.ithu do-11
' Boyd has been active in the
, Panama City, Mr. and Mrs. James lambs as Isaiah One straw-that broke the ea easlaughter
slaughter easlaughter of .
rope for resale to collectors in ve e a r ur, ons a ,. o p ,, u ,,
Th i the of to he e id lc no tete gro p' of sportswear.
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ry of Puerto Arreuelles. 34:6: 1 mei ; back: ehe bad to do the the U S A Turk' partner in the ..1' ., !-1
realsonablo epode !import. --. ere his youngsters !!the ools, tea ,' 'they're not--,-. budget", : b u t
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: ,4 also has two daughters- is a e 'th blood it ig go god
sated m r was much too. big for her; and setup is his pianist, Pete Ciute, , .,, -Awhile: ,. ,,, , .,,,v, ,, either "-Weitz said. ',Mat Wile
: ; "'Sea Scott attached to Ship S.
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H with fat, with the blood of lambs.' she was worried to-the point .of and they'll operate-from offices
in- New 'Not and San Franc, lice,. bid of Ares glebe, .whos doyou .-.
, Your -Partner continues with a ' ' ''' '''' ''''rts '61' r -' t f hi
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',1 ; 11 His field commissioners win be, . Sheep grolibt with the lambs distraction for' fear it would slip ,4,,,,,, al 4,,, ,-, .. .- '',Af,i'N. 1 do neentioi., 4 ,4,10 il,',.4. ,,,,,.,,,t,i' 41 7 1
'..'1.1In'everythibt ,II Resign.; 1,--iront .',eirosn's clothes, ,Thkr. As .. met : se .- ..
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ReY Seen On CFN-TV-:, have been untouched. Most of tbe over -her eyes or fall off. '. Pa- 4,, a. reaeon, to'holitidt,11Ther.i.r-moi. ,-theylmtehhhe,theyr,...cose A $150 t .. ..
TO i ARRANGII -EXPIISITIONS4! I Answer TopietVgai ''''I. ,' .. ' ment you O.' I thinking '.; how s id the' designer,' whot preterit ,- ''':'' ',.
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- -larrett: Relihan, rand Wendell lambs were shot -in the trunk trope at the Diplomat tht,other
,, A ofie-hour 'look at Hawaii has ' -7 ''-- - "' 1, .7 ''''' 4. elver y011'40.'1416 yintr pencil -,te. call himself 1 Hofashiori'r ad. '-,
.' G Cotton. rather than' In the heed or vital eight were treated to a preview LONDON (lIFI) Radio Isios. it".,--,-,-, a -1', -, 1::, t ,-0: -,--.' 1. , ,t,,,,, .,', ,f, .,,, ., ., , ..
-.., Neighborhood commissioners will been scheduled by CFN-'rV for organs, so that they died slowlY of the Garry Moore show for A- cew said t
oday the Punshkin ' you, lose -aign or tne lies mem-, visor to young am es, no. ,so -- .. ,..
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' b Johnny Voucher W. IT.' Rob- Saturday sit 4:30 km. and painfully, ', pril 14. Martha Raye did ,two Fine Arts Museum in scow
1,1 1 '1171'111'1111117,71,"" nivel. You should lhink how ybu much a dross tisigner.; .',,-., '',, ,.. .,
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ft SOD, Ralph q. Morgan, ap . Police said they tile go clue fo new numbers she'll perform for and the Museum of Modern Art
A 'i'''' otE tit- ,-- want- thOW to ,loolt.,,r,-ei;-9-'- i L,,,',In- addition to hia Minty fine, 7
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,' i P.' Vieira, Mat R. M. Stokes, H. le,' the program covers th epwb the marksman. They said he ap- Garry's video audience. in New ,York were trying to ar
'' Ir. Jeriner, Robert Donaldson, F. pie and 'their customs and also parently fired !rem close rale, Leonard Rogers, the- wealthy ringe eihibitions of 19th Century ,, DIA
' PER CHANGE ' "I think clother,hito which kids 1aeuir 'famile' ono plans to start '' ; 'I,
. 4. 'L.' Dent Felix Karpinski, Clyde present; a discussion on how tli nicking up all 'hell cases af er yowl- b
a to acco magnate, was se paintilig- '.. are forced infilielice..their piyche. s cbllection, for, dad, next-011. ..,,
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Islanders Ieill vote for statehood. R r..'"' A '''' ''. ' ' Blun jesne 4tot ill exterlial.'rebel. , -., ,, ; 44
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BEGINNERS AND INTERMEDIATE GROUPS
CLASSES FOR AGES PROW YRSL,TO IS YRS. OLD.
(SATURDAY) APRIL llth COO Ain. TO IS NOON.
STUDIO IN WIRE MEMORIAL ItLDG, NUT TO K. OF C.
"SPECIAL".24 HOUR LESSONS $1200
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PART
CHILDREN AND TEENABE SPECIALIST
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Oth,erwitie
on phases of the museum pro.
gram are urged to attend.
The directors will hold short'
conference at 8 p.m.
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V.W.F. Pest, Auxiliary
Have Joint Inst." nation
A joint installation ceremony
for members of Lt. Garvin H.
Mourn!) low Memorial Post Sig,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, snd
the Ladies Auxiliary, of the Post
will be held Saturday evening at
7 at the Post Home in Cristobil.
Presiding at the auxillarY MI
tallation will be past pretident
Mrs. B. J. Micek, assisted by Mrs.
G. Coe, auxiliary president.
The installing officer fOr tht
post will be L T. Schubert, senior
past department commander of
the Canal Zone, assisted by W. W.
Rowland, outgoing prig commen commender.
der. commender. Following the installation mil
be a cocktail hour, buffet dinner'
and dance.
All V. F. W. and auxiliary mein meinbers
bers meinbers on the Isthmus and their
guests are invited to attend.
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Mr. and Mrs. Orman
AMIOUnC Daughter's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Ehrman,
of El Paso, Texas, have annoutic
ed the birth of their daughter'
yesterday in El Paso.
Mrs. Ehtman is the foruier
Miss Geraldine Simon,. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Si Simon,
mon, Simon, formerly of Diablo, now of
St. Petersburg, Fla.
The paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ehrmin of
Gamboa.
Pima moot Guests
Recent guests at the Panamon Panamonte
te Panamonte Inn at Boquete have been Dr.
Herzel Weismann of Geneve,
Switzerland; Guido Livachotti
and Lorenzo Andreini of Itome,
Italy; Ernesto Riche and Mrs,
Louse Allerhand and son Sven of
Panama City, Mr. and Mrs. James
Emery of Puerto Armuelles.
Hciwoii To Be
Seen On CFN-TV'
A one-hour look at Hawaii has
been scheduled by cFN-Tv tor
Saturday at 4:30..p.m.
Entitled "Hewett, Pacific Mira Mirale,'
le,' Mirale,' the program covers th epwb epwbple
ple epwbple and 'their customs and the
presents discussion on how tit
islandarOvill yoto for statehood.
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Meetings
INIFF .111M AMINFM1
Orchid Chapter One Order el
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the Eastern Star, mu have a
stated meetint this evening at
I:30 at the Scottish Rite Taw
pis Balboa.
Refreshments will be served at
the close el the meeting.
Club' Alta mire
A regular Meeting 'of Club Al Altamira
tamira Altamira win be held Sunday morn morning
ing morning at 11, st the usual meeting,
place. Ittinbers are urged to be 1
prompt for the important busi business
ness business dismission. 1
Orchid Chapter
Orchid Chapter
British Hunt Sadist
Who Shoots Lambs
In Biblical Cycle
LOND N, Ohio (UPI) A
warped interpretation of Bible
'cermet; may bave prompted a
sadistic maitsman to shoot 10
more new born lambs yesterday
night and bring his grim total to,
55 killed in thla area. '
That's the them? some psychol.
ogists offered today as law offi officers
cers officers stepped up their search for
the Culprit.
The theory will be put to a test
when a eoncentrated stake-out of
the iris is set up next Tuesday
night. April 14 was intermeted as
the date on ,which the Bible in instructs
structs instructs the killing of limbs.
Exodus 12:5 says, "Your lambs
'ball be without blemish, a male
of the first year; lye shall take it
out from the sheep' or from the
goats."
Ile sixth verse adds; "Ye shall
keep it 'up until Abe 14th day of
the same month, and the whole
assembly of the congregation of
Israel shall kill it in the even evening."
ing." evening." 'The sharpshooter's fourth
attack last night followed the pat pattern
tern pattern of three previous shootings
beginning Easter week.
Psychologists have theorized .he
killings are being done by a MOn MOntally
tally MOntally deranged person after read reading
ing reading such biblical references to the
slaughter of lambs. as Isaiah
34:6:
"The Lord has a sword; it Is
sated with blood, it ix gorged
with fat, With the blood of lambs,"
Sheep grazibg with the lambs
have been untouched. Most of tbe
lambs were shot in the trunk
rather than in the head or vital
organs, so that they died slowly
and painfully,
Police said they bad no clue 'to
the marksman. They said he ap apparently
parently apparently fired !rem close range,
picking laP all 'hell cases after
him. "He works very earedully7
they said.
outhem SpnOors
On Racial Views",
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WASHINGTON, April 10 (UPI)---
Southern Senators considering Su Suprime
prime Suprime Cnurt Juitice Potter Stew Stewart's
art's Stewart's nomination said tOday they
would try again next week to
pin down his views on the high
court'S WI in school desegrega desegregation.
tion. desegregation. San. John L. McClellan (D (DArk.),
Ark.), (DArk.), whose question on the is issue
sue issue touched off a wrangle in the
Senate judiciary committee yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, said he planned to ques question
tion question Stewart further along the
were scheduled to resume Tues.
day.''
Additional questions on the
court's general functions w 4 r fa
promised by Sens. Sam J. Ervin
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Jr. (D-N.C.) and Olin John.
ston (D-XO.C.). Ervin aid, how however,
ever, however, that he was "ver favora favorably
bly favorably impressed by Stewart.
Contments by other senators at
the two and one-half hour hear hearing
ing hearing showed that the 44-year -. old
Ohioan could safely expect out out)rlittee
)rlittee out)rlittee approval end Senate con con1
1 con1 firmation. A former' U.S. circuit
judge, be halt been' serving on
the' Supreme Court since October
under a recess OPPointmonL
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PLAN PA?! IKASTTRIP
BERLIN am) An East Ger.
Man parliamentary delegation will
leave East Berlin tomorrow for
a trip to Communist China, North
Viet Nam, North Korea, Outer
Mongolia, India and Ceylon, the
Eitat German news agency ADN
reported,
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BROADWAY GRAPIVINI '1
Bing ,Crosby and Kathy Grant
expect another baby in October
Madrid suffered a audden'drop in
temperature soon after the arrival
of textile tycoon Dick Brown, who
flew to Spain to visit Evs Gabor.
The chill came' when he, began to
pay more than just polite attention
to Eva's pal, Debbie' Reynolds.'.
Gov. Rockefeller's tat ideacmight
spring from -the spurn plaYs
during relaxed moments' at the
Executive Mansion:His Este hen.
ty, something Of a laza buff, is
currently enaniored of,' an Urbie
Green LI) titled v"Let'S Pada the
Music, and Dance."
Jalw P. Margan hal optioned an
almost-firdshed Musical eomedy a about
bout about famed, reformer ,Carrie Na
don. She sees it as a vehicle tor
herself, although historic photo photographs
graphs photographs of the hatehet-wielding Car
rie indicate she was hardly a cur curvaceoua
vaceoua curvaceoua cutie. Driver No. 43522
on the 50th St. crosstown bus is
handsome enough to rats a acreen
test. lie looks about 22, and his
profile is darling.,. Paula Stewart
winged down to Miami Beach to
be near Jack Carter during his
current night club engagement;
she'S that smitten.,
Dinah Shore's intimatei say ihe's
unloading an unhappy situation--
her relationship with Henry Jafte
in easy stages, the first being a
switch from RCA Victor to Capital
Records, the second a parting
from Jaffe when that becomes
legally possible. If those interested
want to forestall her plans, they'll
have to give her part of the TV
show she's made such a groot
success.
John, L. Lewis ,is apt I make
new headline splashes with de,
mends for a salary boost and ex extra
tra extra benefits for the millers. Xa Xavier
vier Xavier Cugat is lining up an album
to be titled "Rhumbas For
a medley of Latin favorites Kim
Novak requested as she wriggled
around the Casa dance floor in
Ali Khan's embrace. Understand Understandable
able Understandable quote from Sophia Loren; "I
prefer women friends to men
friends, but I never have any."
The Sardi set hasn't stopped gab gabbing
bing gabbing about Nancy Malone's rea reasons
sons reasons for quitting the Kim Stanley
role in "Touch of the Poet,"
One straw-that broke the ca camel's
mel's camel's back: she bad to do the
part wearing Kim's wig, which
Was much too big for her, and
she was worried to tie point of
distraction for fear it would slip
over her eyes or fall off. Pa Patrons
trons Patrons at the Diplomat tht,other
night were treated to a preview
of the Garry Moore show for A April
pril April 14. Martha Raye did ,two
new numbers she'll perform for
Garry's video audience.
Leonard Rogers, the wealthy
young tobacco magnate, was se

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ing in a New York hideaway.. A
glamorous movie queen shatters
her friends' nerves by pausing in
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proclaiming that 4 she hates her
facealthough half the women in
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ing leading role In a major Broadway mu musicaL
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those singing leassons...0atiands
Weybridge, is the- quaint mime of
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and Tony Walton will .culminati
in a small, quiet 'wedding. -rhe
cerimony's tentatively 3,scheduled
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lie skipping only a touple of per performances
formances performances as Liza ht the London
company of Ility Fair Lady."
"Warlock"- is being billed as
a $3,000,000 Weatern, but the three
million hasn't all goni for tuinbl tuinbling
ing tuinbling tumbleweeds sand Western sad saddies.
dies. saddies. Thousends were 'spent -'' on
Waterford crystal chandelier1,
marble statuary,"-ornste P'rench
antiques and damask waitcoats-for
the make members-of the cast in
this offbeat hos; pry., ,
French' audientes guffaw a( one
siene in "The Lady Vaniches,"
the 1936 Hitchock thriller now en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed r big revival in Paris. Al Alfred
fred Alfred didn't plan the laugh; it just
happens that a character walks
cross the screenwhistling the
melody that perved as the popular
theme for '"Bride 04 the Rivet
Kwai". Iv insiders predict Jes Jessie
sie Jessie Zoustnier -'and Johnny Aaron,
Ed Murrow's 4'Person To Person"
producers, Will thOtre tO NBC When
it's contractually feasible.
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pretty sure they know the' identity
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00U worth of gems at a Miami
Beach hotel this Winter. .Eddie
Byrnes, young star Of television's
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of the chorua girls, from the 82
Club in Greenwich Village.
Turk Murphy, the big draw 'at
the Roundtable, has just establish established
ed established a corporation inspired by his
hobby of collecting antique Mikis.
The film:calleCtConcourse Ltd."
will import vintage cars from Eu
rope for resale to collectors in
the 1.1,.S.A.-Turksa partner in the
setup is his pianist, Pete Ciao,
and they'll operate from offices
in New Yoilt and San ,Francisco,
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NEW YORICI, (UPI) t,..Deldgner
John:Weitz has creeted g ; new
collection :of : clothes "for little
girls wbose- daddiel buY Jagultro
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2.'rbe, collection k contains about
40 items, including sld 'weer
Jacketli slicks, junipers end seg.
erste& 4,Ali sr smart'sophistitat
-edi ancrorigieel -, 1.,,,.;,-,' , ,
"I felt ell, hide Clothes looked
dik., And the t geniuses of design
big name -designersdid apt
mak -reel kids', clothes,', just min
isturel of edulte, clothet, The re.
sultcitildren look ,brutel," Weitz
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ment 'you get.'" t ,,' thinkMg ;; bow
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selves. thinselves. You should .think how you'
want thorn, to ,1001c.;,-, :,,,,,i;;;, i.,
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are forced inthielice. their PaYette: I
Blue' Plant ;gtei eh ticteinal,'rebel4',
lion againit thi, Buster,' Bpwn
trned. I bet jherel ,wasn't it rkid
in tile' 1920'K',0. who didni ,rebel
egiinit WC' cothet. I know I- was'
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inikr0 i today,' lei 'the tsl hand handstnriet
stnriet handstnriet designer,,$ W o ;41so races
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ing declining .4 ElitillehlUan'S Otter of, a
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Premier' Nikita. S. Krushehev's
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len' dtys."1,
''xii)g,-"ANGELEsPereter Presi President
dent President Truman. warning students at
UCLA that he bed, been Offered
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Connie 'Nicholas commenting on
the recessing of her murder trial
due to,,, the death :of county
clerk; ,
it would like' te have
tigq.abeadg toftefl, ordstal.?!
EVANSTON' 111,41riC Moho ''Ci;
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moved unmoved by yeporte bootleggero told
10o Ajttion dollars worth of booze
yasirly in formerly dry0klehoma
',rrbat Just meale they'll sell
more now', tbet prohibition is
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tall Noll,. McElroy-. saying the
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4mooand
booldet,' "Sports Clothes for 'but
Sports Cir.'
"Childron don't :want te kon
, far romeyed from their parents
Thoy 'loos to Joel( grown up,ft he
said, !frhore must hi on identitli
ottion with thoir laarontss
clothes,' without maitintr' shots
too grovm-op.1,,,
:The cotlectiod has 'two groups,,
in SIZINCS to 6X and ? to It. Is,
tirded, are it Coral, printd ski
jacket with matching' hood lined
In lake white 'II and a ski coat
In a rust suede fabric,
trimmed -with synthetic skeepshin
for a "baby shepherd look.",
All items I are
woolens.t,Prietit range from lo to
IS for" jackets,, and about PS fOr
ii-lcompleter group 'of sportswear.
' ithoY're not -,,, budge, b v t
thoyirs not high priced,
sithertuWeitz said. 'Met Will
'IMO of iny objeattons to, chit.
,airen's elothos. As ,10011 as
'Anstirtt,eniniljinaltr,!' cyst It PIP.'
,ottid the- designer, ems prefer
-te tail .himselt s :ofeshion, sd
Wier is' pining families, net ,se
much dress sisigner.
- In addition to, hto nudity line,
Weitz, dresses the mothers a his
Tatum. famit' ono piing to start
collection for, clod next fell.
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An'illii s Chief ':.. '..
',lit Zeosrtment, of, the, Arthy
atmouticed this weelc that ,.; gen. ,
foal. ofticer will. be assigned -al
the text '', Antilles commander.
- Brig Oen. John H. Megee,
now the assistant divisfon tom,
mander,,' 4th Infantry Division
Fort Lewis, Wash:, ie stheduled
to ArtiVir in July. He will au&
cod Col. W. A. Downing Jrt who
has been commanding filter
idneft reb, 9.7 '' -7 ,' ''..
,i McGee,, a 1931 grktillat4 d toe
DI, Military Academy -,v, be
the 42nd. Ulcer to ead:the Army
In Puerto Rico. be 1, previous
commanding genera Bric ,,,' Oen.
11,
James -Itr; Coutts, left the Island
in' October 1958 to assume dales
ae chief, of staff of the unified
Caribbesn Command at QtterrY
fleights, ,,,4, -,''' ,,,
u bourn.,
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tw.11 e
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Taylor and' Eddie Fisher will he
arriek by ,R obbi Max,Ntisibitinl
after but poly. after the Couple
ived. s e0rempny!,.in
Nevada.
zF' The :"27-yearold actreso learned
this week that Nevada marriage,
Performed by 'the 'rabbi ,who offi officiated
ciated officiated st her 'conversion. rites lest
week when Oie became.. Jew
would not be. recognized the
state. So the couple decided to .he
wed br:, a ), justice 'of, Pesci
and then have Rabbi Nusobaulit
perform, religious Ceremony;
:,"Nothing hal; been said- sbollt
lime or SAW' Nussbaum said.,

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masterOffice, receiveit $11) check and Departament, of the
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WASHINGTON (UPI) "Gen.'
Letitia Norstad, supreme corn corn-
- corn- mender of North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) fottes, told
Congress yesterday that .U.S. for foreign
eign foreign military aid, 'is "indispens "indispensable'
able' "indispensable' ,Ito the defense of turopel
and the rest of the Free World.
Testifying before the House For Foreign
eign Foreign Affairs' Committee, Norstad
' said such, aid has been one of the
"vital reasons ,why no foot of
NATO' soil' ha s',frin the 10 'years' of
NATo's lift, been lost, to the forc forces
es forces of aggression.41-r
Military lissistance 'provided 'by
'this country to other tree nstions
oan tiriparalleletilretdrm for
, (tub, Atherictn-dellar'sPeotYstNOr".
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The' NATO cOthinander, Urged
'ant:trove' of q'residerit ,'Elsenbow ,'Elsenbower'S
er'S ,'Elsenbower'S 0,600,000.000 foreign military
aid Ilsouest, His plea came In the
face of notice by Several congress
including Committee' Chair Chairman
man Chairman Thomai g.' Morgan ai-rit,),
that the program tyill be
Norstad el the prograt 'tnoUr
Mies hope a d stiffens dtermini.
tool by, our allies and should bit
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Curubdo
, The evangelist for the ? forth forthseries,,of
series,,of forthseries,,of servicea at the
, Curundu Protestan'' Church' la ex:
Nand to arrtvc Saturday. karhe
Rev. David M. Howard is 'Sched 'Scheduled
uled 'Scheduled to deliver his first message
to the church on Sunday ;morning,
at 1). a.m. Services the rest of the
-week will he held each evening
in the, church beginning at 7 pan.
l'he Rev. Howard will be preach-,
ing each Slight ;luring ,ther
I
The revival Choir will be ilnOei
the direction of Mra, Ilero id; A A'
' A' 40101 Mrs.' ; the
organle, os. the church.' will be so
' companied st ,the piano by Rob.
ert Buekenta and the Rev, Zraut
Prelis. Both of the tatter 'work
'with radio ;dation ,H6X0 in 'rants,
nil City; ','0 0 ,,,
Osturclai, ibe
, Yota Night, '', he young. people
,are seeking to' every pow 'for
this great. service. l'oung people
are urged to 'attend on this eve evening.
ning. evening. with' their friends,' SPecial
music by,young people for young
people is being prepared. The Rev.
, Howard will deliver 'the
menage to the youth. y
Members ,..of the, congregation
hate been Urge(' tO",,be Present
each eVning ana lying their
friends, with thent At each 'sere.
' ice the einirch nursery'4111 ,bo
pett for- young children.' Aimille
parkilg facilities -are available ne
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Norstid
sutiported ,t the fullest extend ,bY
Congress. -
He said "there bss been-no lel.
Wing of the- total Communist
threap in the geode that NATO
has bten ,111 'bustence.
"On the ' contrary," hi said,
"we are today laced with a lac.
cession of challenges politica
niilitary ond OcOnOMie 0-- au den.
gerous in 1 their way''' as those
which gay lirt,h to the MATO)
treet"ltielV
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VATICAN CITY (CPI) -- Vatt Vattout
out Vattout dacha') I b e ben, by the
vnituiding 01 ; 010 gOlillaitifitter Of
Iht Swill Maple elmost within
oneebet et the Pone'l ipertmentes
Intiiiy enneidered tightening eecur eecurItr
Itr eecurItr prteatItipi4,,ArpOndip rOpp
J0110 XXIII.'
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Informed sources 'said the offi officials
cials officials were, thinkiet term' of
stricter checks of passe end
clearances for those entering the
Vetitan tOr all but the most pub publie
lie publie functions,
Security renditions deep inside
tho Vatican lppeared to be as
tight ss they could be, but the
officials. 'were, cencerned by the
fact that f or torp guardsman
Adolph Rucker wa able to smug smuggle
gle smuggle pistol through, one of the
Main gates.:
limiter; a former guardsman
Who bad 'been dismissed for rel.
sons of health, end was seeking
reinsteternent, shot and wounded
Col; Robert Nueldititt the : 1141111's
comMander WeOnesdsr.
Nuenlist Ives recovering' the
Vatican hospitel from, two Millet
wounds.. V licen sources said
Rucker itpparently was InenteilY
unbalanced. ,
,The Incident 'Melt plsee me.
Ments after rope sTohli had re reEeived
Eeived reEeived thousends of pilgrims ,,, In
St., rotor's Basilic In regular
Bredneldsy audience.,
' Since tickets lot these 'weekir
audiences', Ore leallY obtain1b1P
end since there is no strict check
on persons attending, tiny one In
the basilic could have carried 0
pistol 'within range 'et the rope.
ReoFfstafe' Min
Files' Suit, V.ci
,,to A i
,,,,,,T.-4-7,n.r(fonlas ow
:k ,
;Nzw,,Yont, all'O-1,,C real as.
tate tmgnfiled .to void 'the
cm's antkliscrimination In hous housing
ing housing law yesterday' on the ground
It, deprives him of the right ,te
Manage his own affoirtr Ind Of
hit "esthetic freedom."
;Edmond 'Martin; wh manages
and operitts,30 apartment build build!nail'
!nail' build!nail' owned by himself and mitt mitthers
hers mitthers '',, of 'his asked tha
State ,,Supreett Court to declare
the law unconetitutionat.fr Its suit
is 'believed the first test of the
low Which became effective April
1,,1958,i and prohibits discrimina,
tion because Of nee. COlor or
creed in ,renting or sellins
vete rOsidential OropertY
Marla bit foe some time din.
PloYesi in his -Greenwich Villsge
office -a sign saying: "I am ,re
fosing to show, apartments hi
Wfernell at 'present on tonstitu
tional grounds.V,u ,u -

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A' revolt brewing Chines
"more intense and mono wides.
spread than that of Suogary,s
According to a recent statement
by the Chinese ; Ambassodor to
the Unita jiations, 4'
-- e
4Dr: Tingtu T. Tsiong, who will
appear on CFN-TV's "Zero-1960!!
program Sunday at I:30 p,m
said the 'Chbsese people ors in
Misery, under Commumat 'domino.
tion, and hate the enslavement.
- APPearint with the Ambassador
on the progrsnr will be exiled
Arebbishop rout Yu rin of 'blank.
int China,' and Geo. Sarin Pi
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i., ::.,,-,--, :-,:::-..--,,,,;-,;,;-,-.,,,
III morlar tiring;''.-
in., internationel "first" was
chalked up thio week at ZOIPtrO
Range- 'nest Tort Kobbe,, whet
Battery, eth Gun Battalion,
allth Artillery, joined S7 Latin
American students et the United
States Army Caribbean School at
Yort Gulick in firing ,105mm h
witsors, 1.
heretofore, th stchoort -armament-
section, had worked with
atudents of he artillery course in
snick training. ;
The Latin American itudenia;
bens nine Central and South
mericats countries, no ark : at atfending
fending atfending the schooll comMiusica
tion and srtillery dbutsei.-
'The. continunication course stu studente,.
dente,. studente,. ectually Mimed the Aire
direction system controlling fire
of the hoeltzeri, along ',With
Members C Battery. The Lat Latin
in Latin Anlerican students were under
command of Mgt, Juan Raigoza,
senior instructor ,with the school's
ertillerY section,' assisted by Cep Ceptitin
titin Ceptitin Lawrence Shieldsi from, the
'same ectivtty.:
, In overall chirp, of the Joint
firing we; dept. Joseph E. cue cuekermae
kermae cuekermae commander of C nat.
tery. Actually', in 6 Charge of the
firing WO Oil battery executive
officer, 1st ,Lt. George L. Silva
The firings were citrritd' out
Oxaetly as such firings ere done
at The Artillery School, Fort
Sill, Okla., thus affording the Lat.
in American ,students tho thane
to get first-hand experience with
memberl 'of the U.S,, Army, in
lath sn otOrelt. Their class classroom
room classroom training, at the' USARCA USARCAIIIB
IIIB USARCAIIIB School closely parallel; that
Of the Artillery School.
nevi 6'rect
A ,
Serylco -Announced
By Oraco Line
,
Chat toaly stiAunNid
the entratint orosrsto for I t's
new aervicirbetwean Great. Lakes,
and St Lawrence River -ports
and tthosa, of the, Caribbean and
noth cOast -of South merles--
Oil first Americati-flat 0 1 a 1
transportation. service from Alt,
Great Lakes to foreign, Virtu': 4 ;
The Santa Alegfna will' Intro-,
dUct tbio new lervice
froM Chicago, April
kee, APril 28; Detroit, April 30;,
Toledo: May 1; Cleveland,'MlY
81 Toronto; May 4; and Mon
treal, Mar T. In the Caribbean,-
nails are mode at La Glair,
Puerto Cahollo, and Maracaibo In
Villittliela; and Barranquilla, CO.
Iambic
second ship, Santa Ahcia
Sails from Chickgp, May 4; Mil.
waukee, Mat '5;.-Detrolt, MaY
Toledo,, May, 11; Cleveland, MAY
9; Toronto,,May 11; k and Mow
treat Slay ,,,This 'tine.
tory, covers, H a 1, Cuba,'
Kingston, Jamaica; Maracaibo
'and La :Guaira in 'Venezuela;
and 'Port-of-Spaih, Trinidad.
The' third Sang IK that
of the Santa Mercedes from-Chi,
cog, May 1; Milwaukee. May
12;,-Detroit, May 14;,, Toledo, May
15; Cleveland, May, 18; -Toronto,
May, 18; and ,Montreal, Mar 21.
Het Caribbean calls are' at Ha,
Yana,' Cubskt La Gualrawf ruerta
Cabellor and'Maratalbo 'id Vane.
suela;,,, and BarraliquOls, polo
his. ". ' e eShips
Ships eShips vifil bi available for di.
rect- -service te Curacao, N.W,1.;
Cartagena, Colombia; and,', other
Caribbean and South American
ports as cargo :,indyCelnepts :ere
offered. ,
1959 Regarded i
Year'
,
,
,
ForIornadoes'''
' WASHINGTON TB
this., weather:Bureau ',said SteS
terday- that 49S0 has been ,eit ay.
ete;,, 'ettr,. tor, tornadoes-4S
cornea or lir compared, to At at
this time last year, ,
' The bureau predicted, hOwiver,
That ,"audden death" storm will
kill scores of Americans and reap
Weld millions et della. in' dam
Ste before the yeir la outtespe outtespecially
cially outtespecially in the .01dwest. ,
Itecords beck to Old show that
about' 200 twistere have etruek
American cemn,unitieg each
They have canned an average of
211 deaths! annually 't ,
;An Ole-. time bier of 024 tor1
oadoes was recorded in 1057. The
smalleat nuMber watt Jill with
N. But weather, bureau officials
believe the increase recent
years ,is least, partially du ,,to
imoroved reporting methods. ,t
Despite up-to,date forecasting
led werelnil systems far actual
tornado sightings, the bureau said
it still not possible' to ten pre.
clatly where tornado will,strike

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Romulo, Ambassador
to United States, former Areal--
dent,ot the United. Nation' 'General-
Assembly and twice pcesi-
dent of. the Security Council..,
,"The American epole have an
enemy that Is doing. all it can to
oonquer the worlde General
important that the American epo;
pit should wake lip to the teal'
lation. of that face t
'rhe main goal of the atheistic
Communists "is to defeat ,the
nited States, "Bomulo said, '"Ite '"Itecause
cause '"Itecause ,you are the only power
that can check their ambition to
achieve world conquest."-,;
Ile said that the space supre supremacy
macy supremacy of the Soviets .11as caused
switch le the balance Of pow
et "Now you are on the front
line of any major attack," the
General waited, !land Euro'
peas know that In auL show,
-clown the missiles gp ot Or
their beads to America;, the. A
liana alvo know that An '''11113,
phowdown the missiles twill go
over tnein heads to Americt.1,4
Tsiang declared;71 wile' in' the
United Nations whin the
rian denote took place. As to our
sympathy, it was- unlimited; as
to materiat help, very little." But
if a slinitiar revoltlook Plats in
China, he said, "my people, my
government, would not stop,- to
pass resolutions, to engage in. de.
bates; we would feel morally, po4
Weeny, and even r, religiously
bound to go to the help of our
bretheren on the mainland."'
Archibishop Yu Pin confirmed
Anibastaidor Wang's report of
brewing reVolution en the Chinese
mainland.- Intellectual revolts are
widespread, he said;, nemonstra nemonstrations
tions nemonstrations ire taking place in univer universitiek
sitiek universitiek colleges and even I g h
schools.
"It's )ust the beginningof the
conversion of the dictators bY
Our 'Blessed Mother e& ratima,'
the Archbishop stated, "and from
our Christian point of-view, I
think we can actelerate,the con conversion
version conversion by pritYinif"
Only two more 'Zero-, 1360!"
programs remain to be seen in
the CP'14-1114current series, but
indications are that still' another
series.-of "Zero-1060!" programs
be made avellable to3the
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WASTUNGTON (UPI)--- A ppup
of top administration officials
are Dying tO Cincinnati today for
an on-the-spot brelling to deter determine
mine determine whither the United States
would, be justitlied In going, a abead
bead abead with, tonstrtiction' of an atomic-powered
plane.
The unannounced trip was ar arranged
ranged arranged by the Joint Congressional
Atomic Committee in hopes of re resolving
solving resolving the long-standing diepute
betWeen the administration and
the committee over nuclear -aircraft
development.
A majority of the committee his
insisted the administration shout&
order actual construction of the'
first nuclear-powered tircraft. Ad AdIninistration
Ininistration AdIninistration policy makers disa disagree
gree disagree on grounds any such plane
would be nothing more than a
"stunt" without practical use.
The administration officials will
visit the suburban Cincinnati plant
where atomic, power plant de development
velopment development work,: is underway,-
Among thent,, are John A. Mc,
Cone, chairman of the Atomic En.
era Commission, and Deputy
Defense Secretary Donald ,A.
Quarles.
They will- be accompanied by
halt a dozen members of the, con congressional,
gressional, congressional, atomic committee, in ineluding
eluding ineluding Cheirman,Clinton P. An An41600
41600 An41600 (Dhl.M.).".
tThe lawmakers. hope to 'per.
And., the ; administration to to
along' with a, 100 million dollar
boost in new funds for the atomic
plane project for, the 'next fiscal
YearThe administration has re reouested
ouested reouested 0) million, dollars, about
the same as )ast yeartz'.,3-
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'-:1:- NEW YORK, April 10 (UPI) Washington
,
', and Cincinnati 'were living it up in first place,to- I
,
-dal' an they, can both. dream, can't they until
' s niglittall,' anyway. , 7 )
----, Geserally picked to finiah last, that frame, Ed Fitz Geralct lined
1- ,' the Senators broke on top by beat- 'to first baseman Deb Boyd,' who
Ang Baltimore, 9-2, in the Ameri- threw to shortstop Chico Canes-',:
Zan-League opener it Washington' clue' to donble Sievers.,!terras Sievers.,!terras'
' Sievers.,!terras' '.'. yeeterday while'Ilie Reds got off quel's throw back to Boyd nailed
, :winging with a .4-1' victory over Allison for the triple-idlling. ,-,-,,
;,- Pittsburgh in the National League Frank Robinson drove' In three
' '1"-Ittaugural at Cincinnati,. runs with a homer and a Ovid,
- !-,Don't go ntempeding the Wash- and Bob Purim hurled a six-hit4
, -,' ington and ,Cinehmati offices for ter againitilis former Pittsburgh
:'' World Series., ticketryet, however, t e a m m otos to make Mayo
,n, because the standings could be re- Smith's managerial debut with
-,, 'wised tonight after all the remain Cincinnati's Success.
,,:', bg clubs swing into action. -Robinson slammed a two-run
,,. Casey StengeLgber after his 10th homer inlnefourth,inning and sin sin1
1 sin1 7 pennant in 11 y,eare-when the Iran- gled homeanother Amin the fifth,
,' kees open their sesion against the much to Ille,-tielightef324190 fans
,, .. 'Red Sox at Yankee, Stadium. Bob who turnedOutjoel-CitleY'C'home
.- -' Turley, who was 2-1-,7 last-year, has opener. rteskeY,, a-,rr-game wiener
'. :,' been taPped to oppose Tom Brew- last season,,,.'yleided ,the, Pirates'
',..-; er' 12-12,last season, .and- a crOwd only run neIbe",--,!third ;Ow 'll single 1
'-' of 25,0001s, anticipated. by Hank FOles, 't Sacrifice 'end
,' aeveland opens at Kansas City Roberto Clemente's single;4',-; ',,,-h
s' wbere anether crowd of 5,000 is Ronnie Kline statred fot 'the Pi-
--expected to watch Gary Rell- (12- rates, gave.np seven of Cineintatrii
'' 101 start:for' the, Indiana against eight hitpand;denarted le favor;of
' ..., Bob Gel-n-(7-71 fertile Athletics. R. G. SMitb-itt,,liiiielott ...i''''?;
..; ', Chicagels if Detroit in' the on- Gov. Al -S;114appY1 Chandler 0
',,.' ly ether American t.eague OM Kenttleky;frtnere003011S8i0001i; 0(
,, scheduled. Southpaw Billy Pierce haseball;tinte Out the,firpt bill,Lf-;
,:. (1741) will 'pitch fer the White
", Sox and Jim Bunning (14-12) for -,sto
. the Tigers. Apprilximately 40,000 HealIVDepariment
,,.,. are expected to be on hand. ., ,,,',,,,,,i,,,,,4 ..,-:,-,, .2,..,,,,:i; I,,
',: iSouthpaw Warren Spahn (22-11)
! Will do the pitching for the Braves -. -e-;,,,,--,.1. ,, I
Soltballierlis '
' when theY open defense of the Na- ,. ..,-, ; 0'1. -,
''''. tional League chainpionship a- .' 1-- ''''' 1 1
-,,Standing '' r .,
., gainst the Pirates at Pittsburgh. A ir p 'i C '; Vit L: 1
: crowd of 34,000 will cheer on Pi- "Ism :,,t .,,-
Coco Solo-- ,. r -,,, (2.1
. ,' Tate ace Bob Frieed (22-14). ,.. ,,,- 0.-, -',, ,.., et. t
....prom ,,,I,,,s, --,,,1,,," ,,., E,
, Los Angeles is sit 'Chicago with Gorgat 4,..,i,,,-,;,,,!'d.-k- ,,, s ,,, 1,1; 1:, 2 J
, Don Drysdale (12-18) and Bob An-',
derson (3-3) ticketed to stari ", SaturdS34.:'ileauft at-IParaliC-1,
'be- -;,First 004 ,,,.- torezat,-1,. Coe--
' fore 15,000. gas 10. .17.1 ', k s,--
,
'Two night games are on tap. San
, Francisco will be at St.- Louis in "," Second, genie Gotgas 19, Co. i
! i
co Soki 16.. ,1
,- one of them and Cineinnati at Phil- In the first game of the double- I
l adelnhia In the ether. Johnny An- header lasRSaturday, at ethe, Pa- 1
- tonelli (16-13) goes' for the Giants raise, 'ball diamond, 'the ,Gorgas
against Larry Jaekson (13-13) for Medics itiliftedi, their gnance to 1
, the Cards befort-'en expected 25..; go into tie. With Coc,o'Solo for
0000 at St. Louis,' and Joe Nuxhall first place, i'ai,: the, Co r o z a I
. f12-11) will try tokeep theReds in Mights upset them n 'to 10. I
first place when he faces Robin At the ending of the first in I
' Roberts (17-14) at Philadelphia ning,,the game was well sewed 1
,, where a crowd of 28,000 la antict, 111).as far .4ts the Mecis was con- ;
. pate& ; ,,. .:,, cerird nee they seored,,10' big .1
, ,
Vice president Richard Mewl', flits ithleir bottom hall Of the
subbing for President Eisenhower, first inning totake'the leach10 to
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was among the ,36.850 who saw the 3.
. Senators lick the Orioles at the na- But 'they went scoreless for the I
, tion'a capital yesterday. remaining six innings while the
After Nixon tossed out the first Corozal Mights was staging pe
, ballhe- made two tosses lost to riodical uprisings that finally e e-
- e- 12111' it safe7-Pedro Ramos took vened the score in the six then
ever fbe Washington and blanked went on to add oee more in the 1
,., the Deletes until two out in the seventh for the win. I
, ninth !When Gus Triandos ham- In the second game with their
, mired a two-run homer. backs against the wall, the Gor- 1
,--. The Senators, however, clinched gas Mecics showed their prow-
, plate by downing the I
, the genie with a four-run burst in ess at the
1 the fourth inning that included two- Coco Selo Does 19 to 16. 1 1
, run limners by Harman Killebrew I
The -Meg game 'will be played
and Rene Bertoia off loser Jack at Paralso on Saturday, April 18.
Hershman. It-, will be Coco Solo and Gorges I
vs Corozal.
, Washington, which wound up the
1958 seasen with 13 straight losses. i
, collecte04 hits and stole four Cards' Sign liattback
' bases. rrhe Orioles coinmitted three i
' errors 'butt turned in the first triple CHICAGO (UPI)The cbicAro 'i
. play id Washington's 59-yearopen- Cardinals have signed Blake
r-r- ing day history in the,fifth inning. Tucker of Houston, Tex., former
WitielloY Sievers on second base Southern Methodist halfback,, as i
and rOokie Bob Allison on first in free agent. I

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The New York Yankees' trade of
rookie pitcher Mark Freeman to
the Kansas' City 'Athletics high highlighted,a
lighted,a highlighted,a last-binute flurry. of
player changes by ,,Major league
baseba clubs today' b -moves' to'
get set for the 'start of th- season:,
Freeman, 28-year-old 'righthand 'righthander
er 'righthander who had a 13-10 record Iasi lei
son for Denver of the',Arnerielm
Association, went to,the'A'A
changt for pitcher IOC, Vrinn,,,
whd was promptly,. 'reassigned to
the Yankees' Richmond farm club
,
in the International League.
Urban, a 30-year-old righthander
who was sold by tbe Yankees to
the A's almost, exactlyt two. years
ago, had an 0-11 record for thi A'S
last year
In other moves:
The Los Angeles.' Dodgers got
down to the 28-olayer Amit by op optioning
tioning optioning pitchet ,Free .-Kitrote
Pao! of the Atnirietie-AsMdlitidit
and pitcher Bill Harris tolotontreat
of the International League; and
the Phillidelohlo Phils tittichneed
1eftv pitcher Citris Short froWtheif
Williamsport WM Of the' Ktstern
Lea gue.
STANDING
Scond Half
W Pct.
S 2 .800
, 8 2 .800
7 3 .700
3 7 .300
3 7 .300
1 9 .100
pericos
Macaws
fr'Ocelots
Pumas
Condos
Palomas
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, Saturday's game'
Macaws vs. Perko
,
The Macaws' gaineti uphiE
7-5 victory over the Pericos yea yeaterday
terday yeaterday to tie them for first place
in the tournament's second half.
Now they will have to meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 3 p.m. in a game that
could give the Macaws the Fast Fastlich
lich Fastlich Teenage League' title,
'For the second time, in-,- two
consecutive days, 'it ,,was Bob
Fortune the contest's hero. For Fortune,
tune, Fortune, the star of the Macaws'
mound corps, played second base
yesterday. He smashed a long
homer over the left-field fence
'which' not' 'only erased' a' '5-3
ricos' advantage but else' drove,
in the winning tune in the' bot bottom
tom bottom of the sixth stanza. The hom,
er, his second in two days, kill killed
ed killed the game Pericos' squad.
With the score tied at three
runs, the Pericos went Ahead
when they crossed' the plat e'
twice. A homer ,by.Dick'Ness.'elll
error and a,doubIe by peter Bet-1
ger accounted' for those markers.
With Fortune's roundttipper,
there were added fourbaggers'
matcht Their authors: Doug. Pries,'
ter anti Fred Chase, ,
Frank Reichert 'Was the ,,w111-
ning pitcher while John blarum
the loser. Priester hurled one.ht one.htning
ning one.htning and Ness started for the Ve Verico&
rico& Verico& Outatanding because -of the.
stick-work for the winners were
Priester- 4-2, Smith 4-2, Fortune
4-2 and Gene Beck 4-2, while
Ness and Berger both ,go;,,3-2 'for
the Pericos.., 1
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Pericos 003 002-5 4 8
Macaws 201 004-7 10 1
Ness, Marcu,m (2) and Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, S., Ness. Reichert, Pries Priester
ter Priester (3)., Reichert (4) and Smith
IV. Reichert. 14: Marcum. HR:1
Ness, Priester,' Chase and For Fortune
tune Fortune (bases loaded in fith).
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Coco Solo Gatun
Swim Pools To Be
Closed Nekt Tuesday
The Coco Solo. Swimming Pool
will be closed all day Mohday and
Tuesday, April 1344, for cleaning
and repairs. '
The pool will resume regular'
bourn of operation, and be open 'to
the public on Wednesday, April 15.
Regular hottre-of 4peration at
the Coco Solo pool are from 9:301
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily and is
so open on Monday and Wednes;
days from 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 DO.
for the convenience of,Jhose
like night swimtbing.
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The Gatun Swimming Pool Ind
Gym will be closed for repair and
cleaning from April 13. No until
further noticei 4
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hi a special meetings lield -in
the gymnasium of the Rainbow
City community, the officers of
the RBCOCSL and ",' represents.
tivee A of the Stevedore .MOrtill
chainpinns decided to 'reverse, an.
earlier decision of '., the q officers
and play a presentation game to.'
moz4ow at 3 p.m. on the ," play playtrotmd
trotmd playtrotmd ,Iit Rainbow- Cityk----1- ,---
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when ,the officers 'were, bombard bombarded
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hi a special meeting! tea -in and the newly crowned chum!
the gymnasium of the Rainbow pions. .', , in :-
City community, the officer" of - i '--. 't-' ',' ,..!
the ,'RBCOCSL and 'r'representa- It sbotdd :be remembered 'that
tiveCA of the Stevedore Mortis a series was', planned ':, between
chaMplons decided to 'reverse; an. these two teeing but when. man manearlier
earlier manearlier decision of ,:. the officers ager Walker balked at ,the' selec selecand
and selecand play a presentation game to, tionts 21 players,,i. the , cancel:
moz4ow at 3 p.m. on the ," plaY- don was put into( effect., Several
kround Jilt Rainbow- Cityk---4.' Ai-- of ,, the player" on ,tho, champions
tt Xhe meeting was 'agreed, tipo did not even ,know'otthe manag;
When ,the officers 'were-bombard, er's, refusal- to 'plaY,,,against Lthe
ed Rik telephone ,-calls,,,verson- 21 listed" ; players.' ,Wheh j they
al ..tequests, lettere and many found out, a delegation went ;, to
other fo'rms of c,Ommunicationti the ,board Ond requested tbat- a'

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Saturday afternoon the second stage of the Isthmian pistol teiro
championship matches were fired at the Balboa 'Guri
Courae of fire was the national match course with the centarfire
Center-fire pistol is defined as any pistol Meeting the match
requifements ta set by,theNational Rifle Association of not less than
.32' caliber nor more-than .45 caliber. 3 : ' 44
' This niatch left the4eam standings almost le. before with the
Balboa Gun Club-in the lead by a hvo point margin; in second 'place
--Cristobal Gan 'Club; third placeFt. Clayton. All' three of these
top tiams ire at such a- close level that it la still any onesk snatch
between the three of them.

Team standings,;at this time:
Balboa Bung Club
Bass 269
2.59
Priest ..... 251
Beyers 238
t 'Cristobal Gun Club,
Stewart 261
Gergia 256 ,,
MOLY 0' l p.250
Ft. Clayton
Heindenreich 267
) Gregory 258'
Barger 253
Menk ..250
Navy Ilya p
Drell p. 253
Parks pp pp ..239
Mohr 237
-277
..253
..239
-237
20th Infantry
Trude 11 269
Thmpson 259
Perez-parex, 252'
...Edwards 4 23r
Airfere
Nuanis 262
Buxton 238
Alter 232
Ogle ', 221
Ft, s
Copper 252
248
Elam 230
Roberts 214
Navy 641c1
Bright 233
Mortbn 11.1
Johnson 170
Melody 12

The match will be conclide tomorrow. 'his Will be the .45 caliber'
' match. Firing mill start at one o'clock.in the:afternoon..

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springs as eternalas Usual today
at the beginning of the Major
league pennant reces but the, pri private
vate private :miming as Ittanny, the
Mind,' Reader 41abris, ate elute
somewhat different.
Say a little bird tbld me. Or
just imagine you have a box 'seat
in a lot of crafty craniums.
For the following can't ''be too
far from what .a lot of the',A, big
names in the,,,,big leagues,- are
thinking at the A,'stert of anothet
long grind:
Casey StengeI---I ain't nevet, badi
so much fun Since one' time in
Kansas City and who is to ;ay it
ain't all what it's cracked up 401
be come October, even if eat
so much rubber chicken I ',Start
to cackle, they're gonna be eveir
sorrier about that clown crack; :191
as I say
Al Lopez, White SozIf enty.1
could but, then, there, ate se
places than second.'
Joe Gordon,' Cleielandlt we
only could but,' then, there are
worse places than second.
Bill Norman, Detroit -.6 .1f:
only could but, then, there 'ate
worse places than secend.' .1) 41A-
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' Total
1017 1 1087 2104
1022
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21-02
1028
1006
1060
1006 ':1061 2067
4', 1018
853
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FRA,I:Eyi
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Danny Murtaugh, Pittsburgh-'
Let's t-
Eddie !Sawyer,' Philidelphie
Gee whiz, kid ;.,'
Alartik Cleveland --Itist
one crack outJef those 'young gen.-
tlemen from,gDetrolt and
Warren Spahni MilwaukeeHow
long tan 'Hilt 10-game "business' go
,on?,, ..2,:.,.,1,., 4
, Beb ,Scheffing,' Cuba-14Call Ural Ural'cide.4
'cide.4 Ural'cide.4 It's Inurdert4
'441,
Duke' Bidder,. Los 'Angeles.4ew
'fence and all, ',this still ain't .Eb-,
hets:, Field.
Burdette, Milwaukee
'Many 'games before somebodY
yells !'Spithalitu ?
O'Dell, Baltlinoro-Well;
there's :always the All-Star' gamc
Itoget iome attention.,
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SeOre,"clividifidttvg now
nev,er,,. soh. , '4,
CirdinaliThat's
si, mighty, steep 'hill ,and, this. sea.
son shows, bow 'far Is te -the
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MantleI'll be a J)owl J)owling
ing J)owling hitter,'Inore spares and less
'strikes.
Ted, W11111111S, lostonJUst let
one :of those ,XYZ's call me :a
("pin irrthe heels'' 4 ",.
Mays, San T Francisco
Su144 it lot of the fun it gone; but
let's, grab. oeme ;of :the' glory.,
Walt Alstori,,,Les AngelesWell,
'We could, blit,those other manag managers;
ers; managers; got ''a lot of ,brass, puttin' me
on. 'Ow soot.,'Y ';;;
Bob -.Turley'," atikeesOkay, so
I'll prove, myself alt.:over again.
Each and every ,umpireWiah
I could decide which profile- looks
better on teevee.
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reconsideration himade' 'end : at
least one game played. -, t,
Walker was told .by the. board'
that even if al players on the
selection, were t, to present,
tbat, et no. game swill tmore Allan
18., players be elegibli.' 4. other
words, he was', told,thar only :13
players would--Play against him
in' any given gamel -Te
fused. 41 ''"
The representitivei '', sent by
team owner;: : ''114t Morris,
Stevedote of itie ROYak Nether,
lands Steaniship Companyln Cris-,
tobal, voiced ,he coneensus ,of
the team's players- that they will
play yen if the selection "lists"
over 21.1Thit game.: will be play played
ed played 'on the playground and 'serve
as the presentation' game.
On this date, individual and
teams 1.1Wites wM be -awarded.
Ceremonies are seheduled 'for, 3
p:m.' with the gime following. In Included
cluded Included in' the ceremony will be
the eorenation of Miss Judith Kir Kirton,'
ton,' Kirton,' "Miss Pantra" winner ot the
"Miss -Softball of 1959" Contest.
'Awards to be made will be, to
thi MVP-Lestie,,D re t o n; ,top
pitcher,' Hob Moolehaft; managerof-thel(ear,
Juan Carrillov most
iMprovcd;player-Antonio Dudley;
homerue leaders, Rodmin Nunez
arid Hugh Charles; rookie.ot-thei
year, Napoledp;.! base
stealer-Luis Undo; and( most po popular
pular popular player, 1Drayton,
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Second Half Standing
Taams -" ''W,Lk Pet. Giti,,
Abernathy Vida. 5 1 833
Maduro Jantietv-" 1 750- 11A
Cervecatia-T.L. 1 3 500 .2
Maurielo 'Ambaa.- 2-4 5' 286, 3
Glud Mariter' 1, 3 250 .3

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Cerveceria (P.V..) vs AbernathY
2067
mbaWasdeluthrbolothiasnataztriteadritkli:fbilaope;essidx on:tibutradia,l's,
Mariners by a score of 23 to 4,
behind the brilliant- pitching of
,'; onsI- and ,,TockermlitiVii., fine,
2028 teheinn
" "Hobbie'reek! the' lost lor, the
,l' Mariners. Jantzen iot,three rugs
' in the Twat Tockerrnansthont,T.-
er, added five more in the-sec.
ond two in the mirth, four in the
1993 fifth and nits in tile' sixth,inning.
The' Mariners biggest inning was
the fourth whel,theyv came np,
' wth three 'runs on Buxtons dot'.
bk. A),-t-1 4,- 1
, R. Nickishet 'for 4; Tocker-,1
1970m wan and Riley Pith had 3 out of,
, 4; Simon, got '2 out' of 4 to lead
the 'Jantzen hitting department,
Nickesher and, Toekerman batted
in six runs etch.,
1860 lie box sceie:', '
' Glud Mariners 'AB ,R 1.1 0 A
e Gagne, cf n 3 0 1 2 0
caliber Edwardst, ef 1 0 0 0 0
, Wight, 3 0 0 0 0
Shale, c ,,, 4 0 1 2 1
Thompson, 3b 3 0 0 1, 2
Mahon, 2b 1 2 0 1 0
Bobbie, p 1 0 0 2 3
eMungin, rf 3 1 1 1 0
Kelly, ss 1 1 0 1 1
. Buxton, lb 3 0 1 11 0
' 4z, 23 4 4 18 7
) Madure, Jantien
' Gayer, sa ' 3 0 2 2
, Black,' 3b , 2 1 3 1
: Mead, e t', 2' .4 1 2 0
R.. Nickisher,,"ef 4 5 4 3 1
, Toeherman,', If 4 3 3. 5 1
' Riley, lb ,s. 4 1 3 3 0
W.. 0 2 0
Frazer, 2b I 2 0' 0 1 0
Carr,. rt 2 0 0 0
. -4.. 4 3 2 0 1

totOg 32.23 14 21 6
.-t ,', 6cops,.14. innings
Chid Makiner,i; 016, 300'0 4 4 .4
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now undarway,s, regular 's-h o r
wave broadcasts of the garnet;
have been included on, the CFN
schedule. The complete sports pro program
gram program for the week;follows.
'' Radio'.
Dridah, April 10 1401- Milwaukee
vt Pittsburgh, 1:30' p.m.
Saturdayi,April Boston vs
New,Nork, 2 p-m'
S6nday,, April '12 Los Anghles-vs
Chicago ,Cubt, 2 p.m.
, Tuesday, Aptil 14 Kansa
City',vs 'Chicago White" Sok,1 3
'Wednesday,' April 13 Pitts Pittsbrgh.
brgh. Pittsbrgh. Vs' Cincinnati, 1:30
ThurSday, April 111 Washing Washingtoti,,vs4Boston,
toti,,vs4Boston, Washingtoti,,vs4Boston, 2 p.m.
, TV
,Priday, April; 10 Wrestling,
Great Scott vs Chico Loper Dr.
Donunnero and Carl yan 4less
ys klurrivank sol4Cyclons Amin
Ilk 10 p.m, e
' Saturday'.April, 11 ',...;1,11asekt ',...;1,11asektball,'
ball,' ',...;1,11asektball,' :featuring ....Harlem :Globe
Trotters, 2 'p.a.; Bowling Derby,
3:20. p.m.; Roller ,I)erby Hal.
'wood BraVes vs Voil AsgelOs Rs.
vans, 11:15, yan,,,
Thursday, April Glt
ShoW,', Llupd Uangruto vi Wal Walter
ter Walter Burkemo from the Ponce de
Leon Golf Club, St. Augustine,
,ria., p.m. .2,e, 4, ,, .'

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Cincinnati' ;
Sart Francisco ;
Milwaukee
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.:;! 0, .000
th., 0', '-.100(e 44,
0 i7t- 000 f.,34A
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Los' Angeles:,
Philadelphia
Chicago,.
St,' Louis
Pittsburgh
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Pittsbuygb.
Los Angelei at thitago.', ,('
San Francia00 at St. Louis (11),,,
' Cincinnati at Philadelphia (.11)-
a YESTERDAY'S RESUL $
Pittsburgh 001 111 S
Cincinnati ,,, sibox,..4 8 0
Kline (04). 114.,Emitiv,Porter 114.,Emitiv,PorterFipld
Fipld 114.,Emitiv,PorterFipld -and, Foiles., ,,,,
Purkey (1-0) and Bailey.
- Only gamei schiduled
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APA a 117
Spalding Dot 23-,-
mintmo ,.,0,-.!-201i IVA
Nb. 2
Tahiti 4.ewerly 16 20
Colonial Insursnce .23,
Charl's ',Beatify Sheti-, 23.,
Tasco, Btattery 11 '264
The tie fog first ana seeend,
iPniglkeDe oct!nbtotinkuddwor twAPea:fr' lonmd,-SPTahalidtt.,
Jewerly,, and Team 40!,,2, In ,,the,,
APA Win' over ,.1',ahtti,-;;;Ae.wer13',,'
Dick Soyster, ,Bar14,41.estr.,an,41
Murrell Mitchusson ""shiltdown ,"
the most. pins. Marge, Roberts, and
td Runkel shone brigltest",,for 4he
":Vewbriers?' ,
:,The Dots Item Spalding ;were
leltd 1,by Harry
' Colbert while, Mac' Lane and', Ray
ptrbe' ,seored, highest for, Toon
rsso, eittY
moved. lip qhtsi4 third
'thee by virtue. bf -inning twe
ga,mes from Colnial Insurance.
Beggining the 'most -phut. for, Minf
Mix were, Ted Melanoon Ind Reg,'
gie Schmidt. Bob Wand' and:Jack
Vos bad the rightnamels ntrite
dotted line and led'tolonisITInsurI
nee, --cm!ot,
In the 'battle r, for, the,. Cellar,
Chart's, Beauty ,,Shop curled TISCO
BatterY for two-genies andl
ed Tasco ,Battery farther into the
cellar; None of -the -b,enntY-6110P.;
pers. reached SOO,' buCArt-Roberts
just iniseed an fort Tasept,Battery;
Pepe, Da miao with. pl,5..,was 400,
maefor the nigh4,,, ,;
With. three Inore.:weeka:$47bowl,
log left, the outcome 'of thisecond
half could not. bo,,,decideduntil the
last night, ,of, the tehedulkl ItAds
!WPM& aoparent, play ,nff
will be necessary, is'. Talmo Ilia.
tery, tbe first half winter,' finds
themselves hopelessly ',mired .1n,
last place ,during the :second, half,
, .,11iARGAEITA' LEAGUE
,,, FINAL IfitEK',,t,t 7i1
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CRISTOBAL POLIC111,2-,
FAVOREV:-TO
Rou,PP14,;
DUe to the 'Iasi:place, iiiitsh
the Jest hald championS, and-the
power, of this half's Vimiett the.
Cristobal Police. -are t an' odds-on
favorite to take ,the pliampionship.
But to show 'their ,powerthe Voice
of rusic took foic points irom the'
Ac s to drop thenr intO,third place.'
St. John led the,..14,M-iwith a, 543,
while, Upp led the' Acet with sav.,
Ing their power, till the roll-off, the
Police dropped three points ,to the
Naval Stationo',tiVitiV liald
clonched last ;week, "tthe -Cops
didn't, need a pointA0 hold first
place. Martin lid "the top t.'withl
a 528 with Lewis leading .thiNac.-
Sta. with a 477.,' r
, Moving into secofirplai wii
Powells, with a -three toint
over the Shriners, !With fair' mid.
bowling in the 500,eliiss StOpp led
the Plytouth a,' 556
while Specht Shrtn:e Ali 6
488;
Gillette,: still-Td.there7.:11glilii4,.
tot four from 'the,'Ityright Bros..
Plumbers. H., TOM ',Icd ..t the
Shavers with 'a 521,,,tioilowed),:by
Yee with a 501. BartrAm'a 475, was
the best the, 'number could raise.
Playoff and payoff will be. Tues.
day nighL RoPoU Itt start .1t 7:.00
PAI :
FINA TAN ING1k
Cristobal Police 36'10
Powell 44i,,32 ;4
Aces' r' 4 30 ,26
navat:Station, It 011.'2 '27
Shriner .pt 24 20
Wright Broil :Agpt t 25,, 31
Gillette' ,i ,1 i 25
Voice of Music i 422 84
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N'avlgt4tatletr it
Lew!' ,, 332 t 103 182 47
Thom ;;',18144 334-154i x,155'
Stinson 4 o 41461,14a 468
Strong II, 182., JAI,. 236! 461
O'Neal 463 168 47
Totals .' 4"'290 ,725-' 812 2334
' ' 68., 68,i. 68 '104
858 7,3 4817 1531

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Weellingeon 0 1.000:
New Arork ,';, 0' 0 Ate,. 44,
Cleveland 0 0 k..000
Detroitziv.- : 0 ), .000
Kann' Cit7 4114 At vt000.
Botton-',7 0. 0 '4 j ;4
Baltimore ,O..;, ,;.000!111,.,!
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Boston at Nevi York.
Chicago at Detroit.
'Cleveland it 'Kansas City
',Only garnet scheduled.
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RaltiMore 000 COO 002--2 7
Washington 100'401.12m-4 14 -1
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Speeht 203 13V 146 486
Milispaugh 147 1138 ',143 ,42S
Bidders 148 '156'. 120 430
Cionts : 176 140 148 464 ,'
Carpenter ';. 162' 138'; 156 '456'
TOMS t 836 711;119 2266
- 39 '49, 39.- 117
875 750 758 2383
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Graham ,.127 160, 154, 44t,
Brooks '; 136. 158 167. 461,
Johnson ',125, 177 162 464
DeVoll, ',133 144. 145'. 422
St; John; ,4 ,,f. 184 181 '178 543:;'
Ift!als ,,, .--4,,,,,:,.705;,4120 106,
1 s 17 ,17:,--17i, 51 .r

Jans211 : 125' 177 ii.
Delrou,- ., 136 ,144 : 145' .432
BC, John; ,,4 184 181 :178 54V; ,,
'Tfk!Plo!' 7-4.1',,,-4405.;,,1120', 106;2531
';'('S. V t 17 ''' 51
- 137 'A23-2382 A
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lwrigntd art 7 ; s
(Blihd) '140140 140 -426
(Blind) 135 135 135 405 :
' 1 123 151 121 395
:X' 135 147 i'169': 451
Bari:rani 164, 162 149 475
yoti 731 714 2141
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!ClaturA St.', 'John : '343' --' l-
Class StePp
Class' 't "'Lewis: 1 I 477:
': 1.
;142 10 117 493 :'-"
Tall3r ", 437 : 185 lrt 411
GueSti4;,, tist 44it
Marlin 'P2 194 -162 .528
Stewart , 169 '166 160' ,' 495
; "726 111; 167 2461 :
, P;twolls
irow!1 151:''1,51 zoo )
stepp ist 748
tibuit'A 159 152 130 462,
Badger ; :178 161 -291,' :540'
Hogan ; 181 ',171 :114 518'
-Totals : 1,45' 101 924 2571
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Upp 1-54 '167 111 522 ;
87 138 423 ,348'
Ai 127 ; 182,. 146 455
Spinner 170 ',533
Gorski , 161' 144', 156 461
'totals 714 ;134 771 9174

'rotas 714 '834 776 2324
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'row 160 .127'132 419
'tort ';' 103' '156' 487 445:,
Chuljak -"- 158' 159 ;475
H;"Top.i, 173', '155':193',,
Yee 188, 158 155 501
- ' 783' 752'826 2161
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T -'; -796 765 839 2409 -:
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Greche Musie :::t :111 3
110Yd4rothers Int; 0;;4,15 '
Pascual Cookies" : 141
Ebonite .-Balls .;
Bass' Shoes JO
Ideal ',Bread 13 11
-CanadeDry SpetitT 12
C'einelAWinston'Salm; 3 le
Paper Mete, Pens ;,:- : 7'1 t.16
Pabst Blue Ribben l3eet 1 ;
Turco.. Productic 3.,.111 2,
:Leading averages, .(Meafi) R tidy
Nickisher,' 171, Alvarado
,(Wodeli) kudy 134, : -Metsger,
147i Sthith,48, : :
JAIthough'onost ',Winter ; leagues
have:complete& their. seasont 'the
Bathos 1,,eagtie is 'far.
froth ; being ; through... Playing', !..f
99 game schedule7,, the, race
second :part, honort 'it:typing :
to,h lopsy, tUrity iflay, with .6110
Height,
'Points ',9.ePar-sting the first
3 ,.; ;
,,;.,!,! Pabst -Slue Ribbon:bet', ,;
Dillon-Itickman; Contractors P."
!rievi !perched on top "5 of .this; ,":
hesp:,, clinthed JO: the pest,
by'', turning-, back :the ,Ptbst
Ribbon Beers s,' 3: vir...!
dict,,, The ,Pabst, Pinsters ,picked
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of, lumber, t;'!", 1,
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;and. ovened''UP ,the''m,atiChA win
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za was -One. of' those ;2:' tot ;1 at,
'10114 end!' Lea; Clonttelinch'ed- ,,
thi' deal !with 203, Ond the' '-
took Over.litst
Lee :Zionts.' was the high scor
(or,' withi 408 ..":and'; 593,;.:,,and bis
'teammates responded as !.folloWs,. r'
,Shirley,,:Caviihaugh 510; ", GI e'n n
McNeil'. Mr and Trudi' Garni 413
1111 handicap,:. trio!' of',' Pabst
Bit!. Ribbon Sudt.settled ;for, 1509 '2,
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4 !' ---J ,- --- --, 1st RACE Or THE ppusui ,,,,.., ,,,., ,,,.,,,:
-;, 4-41 ciutiya..s.-Hirtiandes ita --Knocking si- -,4;nt; '''i--,t,-- 2-1
. 2Cuquita .. : 1r. Alvarez 112, Could be 'upsetter T2. -,,..t,,,i' 12-!.
.- 2Cindertrack- R. 'Prestan 107x 'Returns from layoff 7 - 25-1
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- 2Now Then,,,1,;i.1.--Phillips 114- p'.:-1.1sually disaPPoillts.,441',4;. 6-1
44, 6Ramo CV t; 'ILi Criatian 110 71..,Itan well nt.laat;,.,4,...43,!. 1-2
,, 1Colmado -:,-l'-, (2. Graell, 111 Good early speed -,-,- ,,,,,i440-1
,::: SLoberia -.L'!'-f, 11. Gustinest12 ...Reportedly teld,,Y,,,,. ,' ,- 1-1
-: 9trhunderstreak D.Barret 1012Would psi off ,.,, ---', 1 , ., 30:1
10Destello. E ,di." i'..,.4.)3.,1,Baezt,11.3, --Joche will illetttat S- ,,-! 0.--;,,xI
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! ,, i,-Eliirs; .".:', 74,1 IF. -Kiri-et iiiix tk-Lon g shoU speciali-st , i '25-1
,T 1-Empire Cross B. Saeza 108...Jockey, should help ,, ; 1-1
1 4-Min P ''',, -S'. Hernandez 103 l',...-Ralot shall' form .,,,,f 12
,c 5-EI Agheila ,,,-11.'Guatines 115 '4.11eady for payoff '. i .3-1
, ; 6-Mauricio. ,, ,- H. Hidalgo 1033C-In fight itlinish ''l .- .- 3-2
04, 7-Recife 4 -1; Talavera 115 ,-Was never better ",-, ', ,, 3-1
''' 3rd Race Non Whiners Natives 3 Purse 2300.00 '1'044:,. CN1i4)11 1:00
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' ,t 1-Silvans S. Hernandez 106 -Not iready yet, ,,, ,: i 804
. 2-Cristobalina ,..' R. Hidalgo 107z --King's Prizetirta R . -2-1
' 3-Don Smith J. Phillips 108 L.Must improve, plenty T 25-1
4-Flash- ,,. ( -.,, Z.,, Dario 108 '-Not against these::; ,:-, ',' 10-1
5-Golden Tab V. Telada WW1-Vastly UnprOved -' 10-1
6-Patsy - ,,, 7,, it 'P.) Diaz 201t"---Ilopeless cose.'' "-4 '''l 60-1
, 7-Call-sairl ,- B. liaenc.110;;4(ing's;Prize-Callinedeaf ',-, 3-2
,fri, 8-Shah ,Gal ,H.,Gintines 110Ii-Borretin-Dotagal ; ,',ENTEN
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4th Race Special Imp. ,6 Pas. Purso $650.01' Pool- Clow 2;33
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kvar z 100 --Eta disappointment , 4-1
2Camaltai D,,,13arret 101x Could, ,be upsetter 3-1
3Serres Road;y4t.. Cristian 110 rP9or ,racing luck, 3-1
4Creon "s Feres 118 L.-Could-skews, again4 2
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4Second BraiCh Ruiz l08 Good' 6101t0Peed 10-1
6Black Jet ,f11,.Crus..100 tor EVEN
7Smart Catch ,S-Ilernandez 112 j 7-Form, indicates EVEN
8Blue n: -Bitty 107a 'Inake-,t too EVEN

Oth Race Spectal -qmp'; Fg's, Purse SODA Pio eass :DO
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1."Pepin -" S. torvolot 1141, ....Mist improve first 304
4 2Parc '" Cru; 103x --Rates good thane. 2-1
3Rhea Calls 1, Hernandez 106 .4fard to beat here, 3-2
4Jb'yero H., Barret 100x "Better this, week ,J 54
3-1.4 Bri Baeza 113 Mutuela favorite EVEN

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6th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fos; Purse $00;01) Pool Chwie 3;0
1st RfACB THR D01)11101,
1-Mar Bravo f D.; Barret 11.2x -Not Much chance 25-1-
2-Jrrirreme ;. J.- Phillips 110: ,Must go lower 20-1
3-Doble File B. ,',Aguirro ') 0. --Should be dose ur 8-1
4-Argosy'lloyal G: Milord 115 -Vastly improved 5-2
5-Platanq 13: Baez& HI ',Apparently lost 'edge 2-1
0-Fieltro ','1GeMontero 113"-LCould nialie it, hero 5-1
7-Madame CatU 't, Diaz 102t --Has shbsvn iiothing s 30-1
8-Don aril '.711,,Alvaret 105 -Bol'ed last"" 5-2
0-4ober View S. Hernandez 108 Set-WM6 k 4-1
10-Aldar IVA:kg-libel M -Mutuels hvorite 3-2
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1.41111411,.. GAMIlord 108 otatnioying good form 1-1
2-Diocese -, .A., Ganzales 103 ,Diaance handicaps ,'; '10-1
3-Xistullari J. Talavera 108 -Returns trortriayoft 10-1s,
4-Charielela -G. s Montero 108. ',Must golower 30-1
A 5-Princess G B.,Baeza 113 Al--Haed- te beat het ,, ,- S4
. 8-111g11 Day S. Hernandez 115 ,--Doesn't., teem- likely 104
7-Parasol -. Amdrre115 .0-Hub-lengthy, leyett .; 15.1
g-Aleseorr. Gustines 118,Sharpened this, week .,. 1-2
s-Be,baderz E. Dario lel -,Doesntl-seem-iikely,-, k 104
10-Mi lkura Hidalgo' Obx 00-Good earl3i speed 23-1
1th Race ,Ipeehl Imp 4 Pos.lburse $458.00 tleses 4:41
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2Materalti
3.Sirt Rotes
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7Tlerral
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9Rey Belot
10Doil 'hide
11Arancel

Aguire 116 le011' zvEN
c Ruiz .-'-Would pat off 4.. 58-1
B. Baez 115' '47-11its good' Weir:louts: 8-1
G.' Itilord 110' Reportedly improved 4-1
F.' ;ust'iniant 1078 ''-eSbould be runnerup S-S
' C.- Bovil 108' Hasn't shown' tnueh' SO-1
Ir.' Hidalgo 108 plenty green, ,'' 10-1
'E, Dana 110 Returns 'from siek bzyz'', 8-1
Hilo 118 ':Iteportecily'epeedy 16-1
Bamt 1.01x -.11as aboWn 6001119( '30'1
H. Hidalgo 102 r-Nslotild pay ell 1S-1

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1A-Bright S. ,llemandes1114 .4-Improisa sith i$16 341
2Gusdileanal., FA-Alvares 108,17-0-Csuki surprisp ,J, -16-1
3Hostitador B, Bast 108 AJockey aboulli 1101P 8-8
4Don Luelio B. Oustines 116 Ao-Form indicatss 3-1
5Psn Tostado R. Cristian 110 Imploring stsadlly 3-1
6Artie Trines Milord 110 "List doesn't count
7Lebo E. Dario 105 Must go, much loner 58-1
8As You Like BD, Madrid 405s ,p0A-Ridsc handicaps" 0, 15-1
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lOth Boni special Imp..,7 irgOitrso 101.10. Pool Closos Sigt
1Blandor A: Marshesint 4115 44print apeolaillat 44
2H1$ Majoaty 1.11 loa 1.15 -4,.Better this week, 1-5
3Baudovin H. 97i'--ComPletel outelitted- 100-1
4Yucatan ." ,B. Bleat 113 fighttcp
llth Boss 5th Solos Imp. Poo Purse ROA ,". Pool 'Closes
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gLo kosetwo 1:Jimenez 110 Must Improve plenty.' 111-1
2Careaman Gustinei 107 .,,Could 'make It now 5-1
,,11. Hernando' 110 r-Surprisod in Ian 4-1
4Deauville" t, Hidalgo 991' op-Barly, speo4',,only 10-
5Last Pnat Santhel'1011.41ua go loweg4, 25-t
it,Evening Slat' 11.,Baesa 110 ,interfartinee. 1-1
7-0tornago, S. Carvajal 103' '1.-Barly "speed Mal '15-1
0-arlddir 2. ''11000,WIttol vrIstot,;ood enough'
9Hut nghtm), t '0. Bravoll3 4Dinplayed .ellasin,410nr 1
10-13ongaros) t Abstel 1.10"'"Ilas 171." 19604 3 31

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Next Sulidat at 10 e..ni;. the Pe Pe,
, Pe, dro 'Miguel un Club is holding
a 1004arget, rngistered handicap
trap shoot at their ranim top of
Para's Hill Gamboa Road
, This is tuneup shoot for 114
ATA State Shoot to be held at the
Cristobal Gun Club May 80 Ouzo
' is only Month and a half sway
thus, giving ell trap shooters
, chines to get in thoir requited
: number of regiatered targets., ',,,,
n Ma program will- be. shot In
four- events :of 28 targets oath.
ATA yardages be'. used. 'Six
prizes of mishit sports merchan merchanP
P merchanP dips be liVen WaY 4 ,,-'
High gun' ,OVONin Wive
first choice, runnerup second
choke and then the next four high
, scores., No shooter can ,win more
' than one April. 4-,!.. f.,'

Bot -thd ;sheet' snit' trsP. isageS
will be open for prattles Were
and atter thot program 11 shot.
As tonal Sold Orhtkit wiruomit
serviet.

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LOS ANCitLIS, .ann),0
Sears, Chicago argils! bililiaak;
hie Oeco appohtted (assistant foot football
ball football coach at qho Valvesaity of
Soilibere Caltfornia.,

itAILIWAD 111QUIPMENTA;'',,,
' AMMAN, Jordan'artf):,- .1rha
first of five lecometives and 25
tank ears bought bt.the Interne.
tionat Cooperttien' Administration
from4apan',to renovate the Jer
dan' rethely sratem was delivered
here letterday,p'

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Don'Lucho and Aostigador, sec second
ond second and third respective!? bebind
Homan in a blemzet finish last
week, are the, probable muweis
choices. However, Pan Tasted, an
imPressive winner his prevt3us
time And, and Beght Spur are
sure to- be heavily backed ,in the
betting also. 4-4
The other' Jour ,en ts in
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race aro Guadalcinal.. Artie Prin.
cess, Lobe and As Your Like tier.
Piading jockey ,Braulio r, Baeza
will be aboard Rostigador, which
wound op only a head behind
Don. Luchd The letter' will be
ridden by Beezeis arch-river Re Reliodor
liodor Reliodor Gustines.

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DAYTONA BEACH:101a. (UPI)
The new Daytona Beach Inter.
national Speedway bar been tem temporarily
porarily temporarily put, 'off-limits for road.!
ster-type- racers following'. the
death of two of America's top big
car drivers.
Speedway prisident Bill France
'said a 300-mile, race featuring .In .IndlanaPolis
dlanaPolis .IndlanaPolis tYPe'-'-'carstl-, scheduled
July 4 would not be held. Instead,
he ,said: there would -be 'a suoati suoatitute
tute suoatitute 250-mile hte model stock car car,
, car, Racing 'director Henry, Baas of
the United States ;Auto Club said
In Indianapolis the big' ear, race
was, tentatively, switched, ta Ra Raleigh:,
leigh:, Raleigh:, N.C.' '
Banks seid 'Daytona I would -not
be -nal& br roadster-type cars
pending "research and' develop.
ment.1
Veteran driverAMarshall.Teague,
and q958 "rookie.,, of 2 the year"
Geotge"Amick!were kMed in acci--
dents ,on tho fast 212 mile asphalt
track which opened bete Only last
February,) ,--, !"., ,
'r BotIO Bank& lied Pa, Purcell,
exeputive director of Nascar, !aid,
atm.,
notott ;Named foe,. tht accidents'.
But both said the,trick.. was "en
gineered far 'ahead et,. the auto,,,
motive induktry."
,,,,P1Ve,,totildn't condemn Daytona
as being dengerous,' Banks ,said,
"Ws ,Bne track,-Aut it's still
way ahead of the 'equipment now'
available'
said speeds of better than
170 mills -per heur'and 20 m.p.h.
winds created- a dangerous situ&
Boa -which racing experts beheve
will be ,,solved' only,, by engineet.
- no answer, .Baniii aikido might
be testing ears in a wind tunne1.1
"la a wind tunnel, we'll see what
hapPons .te anar at high, speedo"
he said. 4
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strong en Ors le o second series
ported thoroughbreds will dispute the major share
of S750, in,the featured seven furlont,dash tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow aftdrnbon at the President Remon racetrack.,

-As- a' matter of fact, one of the
better attractions of the weekend,
will be Gustines vs. Baeta 'hod.
TQmorrow these daisy 19-year-old
riders- will compete .against. filch
other on' no less than six tiroes1
, with mounts that rate' ,, good,
chances of scoring.
Pan Tostado, which upset the,
highly rkted Santillan last week,
will again be ridden by' ancient
Cristian Rebolledo.' Stretch-burn-
ing Bright Spur will have, Sandlno
Hernandez aboard.
As You Like Her a 'creditable
second to Alpine in' her, last out outing,
ing, outing, will have apprentice D.' Ma-;
drid in the saddle, LoboZ, a bad
trailer for weeks, will be ridden
by Dario. Guillermo ,,Mi-,
lord, as usual, Will guide Artie Pri
cesa and Guadalcanal ,bas no rider
assigned. ,s,
The secondary attraition ;fa be'.
$650 special for four-year-olds.
sad over ut which two highly rated
racers from Lima, Peru clash.
Blancor, fourth in the Feancisco
Arias Patedes Classic 'but' moed
up to third after Santillan WAS dis disqualified,
qualified, disqualified, tackles ,His Majesty, a
big disappointment Iry his &but
last week.
Ms 'Majesty, reputedly a router,
displayed a mould of speed 'm a
mile race and led or the first se seven
ven seven furlong but wai fractious and
quit in the final eighth to Hurl HurlIngham
Ingham HurlIngham and Yucatan. The Miter
is again a scheduled started dn the
special. The only other horse en entered
tered entered for this race is tbe woeful!),
out classed Baudouin.

Sports Briefs

Enter Speedway Race
TRENTON, N.J.-0,1PD -- Jim
Rathmann, Pat Flaherty and To Tony
ny Tony Bettenhausen have signed to
compete in Sw3day's 100mile
Trenton Speed,way auto race.
Rathmann recently won the Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beath, Fla., event with. an
average speed of 170 miles per
hour.

itit in Canada
PET !ERIE, Ont(ttraln)
1:o ty Eddie Arearo will ride in
they 100th annual running of the
Queen's Plate at Woodbine June
30. Arcaro won the 1953 Canadian
racing classic aboard Canadians.
Boxer Begins Workouts
-WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) Dan
Hodge' began workouts Wednes Wednesdar.
dar. Wednesdar. for his April 21 bout with
seventh-ranked heavyweight Wil Willie
lie Willie Pastralio, 1
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. Wi Koons Winning ,.
; NEW YORK AUP!)- winie
Shoemaker won two races at Za Zat
t Zat meet Wednesdat to ..raise his tol
' tal to 411 victories in four days
et the New York track.
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Seven two-year:old t o roPgh roPghbreds,
breds, roPghbreds, three native and four im imported,
ported, imported, will make their debut ever
the weekend at the President Re Remon
mon Remon racetrack.
The natives, all fillies, are ached.
uled starters. in tomorrow's-third
rate. They -art Cristobalina,', Call
Girl and Shalt Gal. ,The imported
youngsters, except Att a y mite
which goes In Sundaes second
race, ,are titered fon tomorrow's
eighth race. Rey Belot,,,Materide
,and Sin Botas. art their names,
' The three natives are all geed
ones with creditable workouts te
"Their clod Shah Gal, ltre, fit0-
soring of Bareetin-Detagal..is an
, almost unanimous -.selection of
'the tipsters because alwhas been
'more then holding her, OVIII .a
gainst imported' two-year-olds
such as her stablemates Falange
and Plecolino.
Call ,Girl, a bay diughter of
King's Peze-Callmedean has been
improving stetidily and rates
gond thence of beating Shot, Gal.
Cristobalina. a grey filly bv
Eire Priza-Certa bas, been
Working 'Well And -ehnuld not,, bp
onderrated against Shah Gal and
co ma,
Shah Gat is tossed be. the Hires
Carinthi And trained bv Agustin
Soane. Ca Girl, owned bv thn
ras San 'Miguel. is under the train traininis
inis traininis f 'roan Meg Gilvez.f Cristo-hallos-is
owned by -Mrs, Enlogi
Marin And trained by,. Portunatt
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Hidalgo.
Rey Belot foriginallv named Da Dabaibe
baibe Dabaibe )is a two-year-old chestmit
colt by Oliverio-Dab of Paint. This
Arpentinelired is owned and train trained
ed trained hv jngiVIP. V. Bellone.
Sin BOtits. an Argentine-bred
brown son of Surefin-apcarala,
the nronerty of llerride and TAIISO
an dtpaineA rustacio (Tachito)
Garcia de Paredes.
Meanie. an Argentine-bred bay
colt by Fitlezolterba Buena.
nuinPd and trained by Isaac Gus Gustines.
tines. Gustines.
Atrayente. owned by the Stott Li Limarx
marx Limarx and rained by 3n0 paves
Olenin. is fin Argcntina-bred chest chestnut
nut chestnut filly by Batorro-Clarinta.
Maiden, two-year-old Don 'Tilden
was recenflY acnuired by Genrge
merles and is being trained by
Stanley Cox Met Day, a win winner
ner winner last week, also has a new
owner. BO is now the property of
Mrs. Ruth B. de Harris and is be being
ing being readied bv Cesar E. Harris.
Ismael-Seinten is the newowner
Leo t. Saintoi doel
the training. .baniel's new owner
is listeil as BernArdo Dominguez
S. 'with BernardoDominguez C. as
Ms trainer.
Cordial hag also changed owneri
shin. The Stud Lucky Chief ?IOW
owns him and. clAbriel Cris does
the training Edward Gittens is
the new trainer of Indian Call.
Resolant Reina Noore. nouver nouvernant,
nant, nouvernant, Montesco and Materate will
race with blinkers.
The Panama Gambilan Control
Board (Petronete) vest0104y lift-
ed the I2,moet susoension that
had been handed Fernende Al Alyarn
yarn Alyarn by the stewards for his
ride on Distinge.

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Alvarez appealed the Penalty to
the Patronato after he had. the
track's official veterinarian exam examine
ine examine Distingo in his stall on the day
after the horse's poor performance.
Chilean jockey Miguel Valenzue Valenzuela,
la, Valenzuela, who arrived on the Isthmus this
week, will probabl be seen in ac action
tion action Mgtming next week. Va len lensuet&
suet& lensuet& has been riding for almost 11
years and has won approximately
200 rarea rareaAdmittance
Admittance rareaAdmittance to all dependencies
ol the President Remon racetrack
will be free Sunday on the occasion'
of the running of the 0,000 added
one mile and one-quarter National
Guard Classic.

Legislation To Curb
Farmlystems Sum
To Harm Baieball

Ili NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK (UPI) Major
league experts generally are
agreed that, any federal legisla legislation
tion legislation designed to curb farm Os Ostem
tem Ostem would be detrimental to
haseball, a United Press Interna International
tional International pre-season survey-disclased
today
contensus id baseball au authmtles
thmtles authmtles who CoVered the 10 -ma-1
j,ir league training camps this
.3pr.ng also maintained in a UPI
poll that ,a third major league is
neither foreseeable nor desirele.
Thirty-four of the writers and
full-time broadcasters replied in a
questionitaire that they felt any
federat legislation aimed at curie
ing farm systems would be der.-
mental to .the best interests of
baseball. Twelve thought such
legislation would be beneficial.
Four others declined to answer.
Several congressional bills have
been proposed for' the regulation
of baseball and other professionill
sports. One of the more import important
ant important aspects of these measures.
would specify the number of
players a major league club can
control in its farm system.
The purpose of such legislation,
cettain congressmen feel, would
be to remove baseball and other
professional sports from prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution under the anti-txust laws.
In reply to the query about a
third major league, only nine of
the 50 experts predicted that one
will be formed. "in the foreseeable
future: Inot meat the
same men) believed that a third
, league Is desirable.

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FOR SALE: Hillman Minx FOR SALli Luxurious 6- -1 Fan" Pe' daft's', .':'.' -41' ' ' ' -tot'sAufis 513Xned 1.0001, ' IsPublio ,1, 1,8,111. Ma' .L ,' .': 't 2 .473.9 11 2-179C!,, .. !. .,.k ,, ,' : 4. 2
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Clara and Rio Hate. New low Convert '58. Good condition. strand bamboo living .room set. I Cash legister Elect. meters. le the Norte Hipadrees. "Ni 1,maassmisaaawww,........,, ,,, sERvic
berooms apartment, living, din dining
ing dining room. maid's room, wash tubs
s ' - tn. Phone Balboa 1866. good tires $1,400. Call Bal. 11 pieces. Also' bedroom fur- I Cabinet Storage 40 a 12 a 46 Urbanisation: acres 'the Remote .. .r.."..i L issi-s I, ol ,4,..... ,, ,, -,
etc. No. 11 Ricardo 'Arias 2-1693, 786 11. Tavemilla niture. ExCellent condition.if Al- 1 Tables 30 e30 , ". 't -1 r
nacetrack. All lete 'with mot ,,, ,,---, moscetioneous 2 .."-
- PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages Street Apartment 6. Tel. 3- so G. E. Refrigerator Magic Chef 1, Ladder Step 12 ft.' ..
fronts. strwage water mein end '' :: 4,4 "' '' '' ''' r 1
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''.',.. --;,' : Santa Clare X de P. Phone Pa- 4994. stove. Tel 2-4431. -6 Ash Tray Standing electrkity, Can .W.' 4kisnaissers.-,,, : , ,4, ., 1 ,, .. ....
name 1-1877 Cristobal 1-1673. Tel. 44976. ': ,. ',. :,.., 1 ,,-,' 41 :.41COHOLICSANONTMOUS ", TELEVISION SERVICE- ..., '
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac '1 11, I Cabinet 0- ,,, ,
, Sedan, 8 Cyl besirematic mane FOR SALE: -- i" Simmons INV .2 Waste, Sadist ; , .,. : , ,-... , .. ,,,, ,-,-,..::ORAWER "A" VAIL ; "' 7.4-1 ...''' ''':-' ,",,,' 4. ', l ,..
I FOR RENT: Furnished two- extras, original owner, good con- Nimbi-bed S20 enell.strand Rat- 2 Bowling-nos
- FOR ,SAL16-41 ,1. 066 were ;.4 q SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL; C..2.:';, TV. ,Railiti,- HI-FI Transitere
- Houses 1 bedroom-, apartment. screened:I
rinion Phone Balboa 1630 after ., ran chair 810.-3759-B Diablo. 5 Tablei 10't 30 motets m -eh lig issigies.op,,,f, .'-,,,,,i, o mom IIALsok3709, , '- specialist-Niro service all makes ,, 04
inspected, hot water. 82 Via Phone 2-1851. '-' -' .0"
, 5:00 p.m. 3 Tables Chrome .-- Gray Le cress& myggsod bows, nes' ., ' -and inedols. Ws dos', pretend m ,, .1
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Porras Phone Panama 3-7258.
FOR SALE: ,-- Kitchen tables Ltable AVG. ed SII., :,' J
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FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 2-
' FOR RENT; Furnished man- ..., $33.00; Metal 1 e r's a e s Ines. articles are Tel sale ens Stmersetiglierloallossweastrsetn,fill.."11211M1:170-.f'A.,; ,,,' ItAs,VolliaS.looto:Warditodesco" likdlosottli':"- '''.1480.111111,1".. "11 we'll" Ws guar"' --. ot
door Sedan. Standard shift
,. &ion. 3 bedrooms, 2 air comp- FOR RENT: Campo Alegre $15.00; Bunk beds $44.00 tan be seen it the Cumulus Pest from I a.m.,te t2 sooNgga hop ,": made under meassornuCell Phe,X,0 CRAWFORD, AGENCIES, TivoR 6..
Clean as new. Lew mileage. the keine of 2 g m pg 5 mm ----- -. .'.4-'0, 'f 7 2-2873 Balboa. fr.,,--,.-".," : ,- ', Avii.',111-20Tel, 24905 1
- oiAnditi. I office, hot waterb .1,011. furnished one bedroom ..,. AL..-- S-1 ..1.211. MahOgallY Wardrebe S1500; Me 110!urant...bet2v, "44 .., ,, ,

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Fitter cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hate. New low
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara de P. noes Pa Panama
nama Panama 1-1377 Cristobal 1-1673.
Houses
FOR Furnished man mansion.
sion. mansion. 3 ledrooms, 2 air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, I office, hot water,
plane. automatic washing ma machina,
china, machina, big- patio anti garden.
bAsids room with bath, cloud
garage. $250. Tel. 1-2632.
REN7 : Furnished
house, three bedrooms one air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, residential area,
near Mini-Max Super Market.
Phone 1-6070.
FOR RENT: -- 3 bedrooms 1
eh conditioned completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, large yard 94 St. San
Francine funo-August. Phone
3-3885. :
FOR RENTt Furnished house,
near Panama Hotel, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, maid's room
screened, $115.00. Via EspaRa,
besides Miramar Radio Station
(white house). Phone 2-1155
office hours.
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flefiggi, i vaffIn.o, ... --, $1.450. Phone Bal. 2384. .,.,
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''', plane, antentatic washing ma- apartment "Hot water, ba cony.
' chine, bit. patio and garden. Telephone 3-1789. d"..;"7"w"row u7h7: -ketThq.;.717,7- 0800 .ae 1500. '. -' ..'
-, FOR SALE-1957 Ford Wage, $19.00; double bads wispHngs is ,.,,..k,', g. yoifTic.Hommapasoag.N, ,. , ,,,',,,,,,,,,..,,,4,,,, ,THE UNITED ARAI REPUBLIC,
Maids room with bath, closed ----- 6. Cyl. Standard. Accesories; ex $12.50; heresies s t e v s s FOR SALls...4,1 Valle I looe paps, ,-.1.11ATIO,14, HAS OPENEADD0-111 .. .,a;or,ii.tte,,, ,LTV,
. tors SO cents moo, House goes ,OFFICES -,AT.,4-21 ECU o ,.
' $250. Tei. 3-2632.
gorilla. cellent condition. Balboa 1253. 519.00; small tables $5.50, FOR SALE: ...... 'Electric kraal with the laid. Phitto 4.1043.,(- k -AVIelUCTELs- 3-7676. ", ,' ,,
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FOR RENT: Comfortable .-- Hollywood beds winew mattress refrigerator, i3 cubit Ft. 2-door
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.. FOR SALE: Mercurv Mane- $49.00; nitt tables $12.50; model. Freese" above. Excellent
-,'' FOR RENY: -- Furnished apartment for two or three per persons.
sons. persons. furnished, tnew furniture) clair. Convertible 1955. Power Boots & Motors
- house, three bedrooms one air- condition. House 5!7,, Ancon. FOR ;ALE: ... ',44$000t; M2,,ii; :- Pfbone93.0-07607mtanato
Phone 2-1705. Trani-Isthmian Highway-st,mils - ram a.
f conditioned, residential area, with alimentation. 43rd Street
No. 27. kresned, Miami blinds. brakes, power seat, whits wails. sni2a7lreor $4.15111.swif.;15,1etteds
white with black top, radio, lovely living & dining room sets 6, deep woU 1- and Ober ,Int. , ., , ,.. - .:',-
--: near Mini-Max Super Market. . heater, three new' tires, dute chrome dinefte, sets in beautifsd FOR SALE:...,Silvertons Radio proyomeni 1st& less chem., ,- For it-41.0.c ad toot ,tibte,,,, proloci.int,teime ani prow.
',' Phone 3-6070.
colors, innerspring mattresses .-- and Recort1Plever $50t, Girl'il let Biscayne 4-dear SedatC1,
.'.' -------- FOR' RENT: Completely fur: Paid. Casa 'law $4800- &Anal
price $1,275. Call 3-6121. EASY PAYMENTS -- WE RE- 24" bicycle ,$15; Sceafar S4 porn:Slide 11900,; Balboa 2. glassed weed' runabout esism4 el slaw', insect d el 9, .. ,,
, Aprols Convertible tots and id Promo scientific treatment on
, nished apartment, recentlr paint
C 0 N D I,TION ,MATTRESSES Child's labia and chair set"S5;, 3753,- .:,. ,11 ... ,..,,,,,, 2) --,
Homes , potable typewrote, , ,: , . ,, , shield' trailer, .,,130,,000--,- P.Ii.,atatio eMergeNeT Of monthly budget
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. 's FOR BENT: -- 3 bedrooms 1 4C-screened, hot water, &rigor FOR ,SALE: Chevrolet 1956, Housell'old Exchange, National
"'" ' air conditioned compietely fur- ratim lit0v0. One or two bed, V-8 Power pack, power glide 4- Ave. Tels 3.4911. le 3-7348. $69.50i Vacuum cleaner with L -,, ,,,,,. , .., ,-- ,,,...' lait"'s 331;" ,:, ,' .1, - pbaasimaLma' TatIt9a7a; ortaalcoaaalonSalaanil
'' &shed, large yard 94 St. San roeme. 43rd Street Noo 27i 't door Hardtop. Phone 5.428.
'4 attachment., $15; (avails Isla : essolls'I''.';' FOR SALIta".. Itelishieg boat i. ,,,,s,,,,,.
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, ----6 FOR SALE; -- Large deep April 20). Balboa 1486. - V 1 board I Inclosed ., ) ." 4
,' 3-3885. : ... ooze, electric dryer, VM Hi..
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FOR 'SALE: 1955 Lincoln
FOR REN'T: 'Furnished apart- Hard top, condition very good, Fi, 21" TV, Zenith Trans., FOR SALE: Air conditioner
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, ment,' living,' dining room, be- WS tires, power brakes, two. oceanic portable' raalo, Bar-1- 20 gallon water heater; 7.8 Ce. ' PLAN NtYSV '' ' '''' bosh With
FOR RENT: --- Furnished house, room, kitchen, laundry,hot whter tone, radio, automatic tranmis-
near Panama Hcttel, 2 bedrooms, Near Penama Hilteie.'Mrs. Bran- Quo, patio furniture. Please Ft. Frigidaire refrigerator. Phone ts tike 'advantage of
lien.. 81-5120. House 2213-1 call 86-4113. -, DOROTHY ,CHASES'S rpiliercbley$615.10':, millotw'orarnipont'siacr. Z6852 D 3-0620.
living room, dining room, kit- natel.6041. 4it 4 im.
, Special Simmer Session s ..),..
; TAP BALLET YOE m.P.e Motor, and trailer excel. -,. ,
' 3-6882. , ,,,
chen, garage, maid'a roam - CFourrstuit;.1:' I....1956 vs ch.. dFOinRingS.hroLolmt--; Esetleg.anti Mahogany FOR SALE: .-.' Accordion, per perlent
lent perlent condition; Boat asida-fiber. ,,yIlle :'Abale,,,, 'Residents. Call 2.
.. screened, $115.00. Via Espaila, ' l'',;',4'hr, jiff" , feet condition. Call after' p.m. -ACROBATIC le CHARACTER
FOR RENT: -- -Two 'bedrooms
besides Miramar Radio Station vrolet 4-door Sedan, standard ..
?loos:6o,, tit- gen; ale'irsde,beatmlass612,Chiftna TeerultiesBasitb.oaAp2t.-444,! ,746 Las 'ileugnist.r'itluiolyn-,11'dat.' Asiegtousto:.7.. sn ;1 01.1.16114-:" 11:6111..ai'6A95343,1147;,,,,,T,, H,Y.7:115,7 It., '' .464.i81, allitreenyeetl'fcroalmeolloeuar hrstaanvplawiamettatiairina.'
(white house). Phone 2-1155 d' a
completeiy furnish p a rt- shift, 28,000 miles. One owner. 1
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meet, garage, nice location fat fatlong
long fatlong with separate pink tinted annaincad, Illeas.,, ... -,,Cailfai-' arailat,"351-" 35 Ihr '11f-,44seaidoe Iletetvo and Yeatre
.ii --office hours. Perfect condition, kilning' for
ing the sea. 30 Ecuador Avenge States'. Rodman 3301.
b. , ..,, ,. ,Itettittostta4t,,,loautba,,,,, trd.wwbithittsur;-; ;Itatss,h,.., in2quoi,,,...b., ap,ecial Rio
' mirror 6 x 4 ft. Small side sideip
ip sideip front of British Embassyl"
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,om I Would you like to trade your board & serving cast. Perfect
j car for a small, foreign, for France Field homes or large .
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s' boa mid Federico Boyd, 82 agOare
meters, $12500. 'Call Panama
dca ;I' 3-7038.
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;1 4 cyinder "hide-a-bed", excellent condi-.
, a o i. lot ; ,, tar 11- Pill at 119- WANTED: M4,- To rant vacation .,
.q. uarters.in Canal Zona Far ILL' I
, ly furnished room, with de- tion, Clayton 6212. ,,
s' boa and Federico Boyd, 82 SCIOSte 4HOighmichaosmpperersigiaoiti. inrtor. ,, 3. .-t-,' r.,,,,,, 3-4678,44,, ,,:',- 114,,,;.,,,,,,,,,-1.;,;.; :OrMobmr!,,or, 11'11o,ti ,i-,1,14,:. -,,:t: ,-,:,' ve 01,1 0 le 0 appmximitely 2 0,
'''. 'le' mosteicrs7 61:125.00. 'Cali Panama licious meals, private bath. Call
FOR SALE: stint:house 9 ''' t v, A i,.. E
4a! 3-7038. 310 789...
Autos'. Eisenman, S.A. cubic feet iefrigerator porcelain ' i ''''' -IeleaThl.. "Ir'''241ei7i11,:riirillakAft:4ii:t.ii,,,,iise Up!to.tbil:4,:iAttsimer to ikx i 84
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team mates. Headquarters Battery
,,,,, U.S. Army Signal Service (Quer- was hurt by the early departure of
?a,. 37 Height:0, zepresenting Ft. Am- infield sparkplug Pedro Marti, who
ils'-ador,became heavy favorites to was injured in the 4th inning. Paul
- -Yer,sein the 1959 PAP' Company Level Baglia led All hitters with two bin bin"'
"' bin"' getioftball title ai they Overwhelmed gles for the night.
, 1141 and Hq Co., lst Battle GrouP U.S. Army Signal Service 15 15 0
- ." by. a 15-1 count Thursday night at Ho a-rid Hk Co., ist B. Gp 1 3 8
".'" Albrook's Beam Stadium. U.S. Army Signal's stellar hurl hurl1"
1" hurl1" '' Mortar Battery,. also of the 1st er, Al Ausmus, limited Hq and Hq
' 13-attle Grout ran into much better Co..of the lst Battle Group to on only
ly only 3 hits and, struck out 18 enemy
hick as they defeated "tough"
,,''' 'Charlie. Carattini and Ho BatterY, batsmen as his mates unleashed a
J5 hit qattack 'which completely
-'''Itflf, Gun Battalion of Ft. Clayton
'It'll. 3-2 score. The oddity of the overwhelmed the Ft. Kobbe team,
'' contest is thelact that the winning Catcher Phil G i r d leston and
shortstop Claude Lowther had 3
'''' tOam collected only one hit, a bunt
""ahi$le by'ral EdghilL and didn't hits apiece for Signal. one a boom boom'10,
'10, boom'10, hit.'a single ball out of the infield inr 2-ron triple .by Girdleaton.
'1',. ell evening. Signal put the game on ice earlY
'To Mortar 14trv 1st Battle Gp 1 1 1 as they scored 11 runs in a big 4th
inning, aided by 8 hits and 7 Hq 1
s'',18ce Stry. 4th Gun An. 2 4 2
. ""' Mortar's 'Oscer Hill scatternd 4 ana. Rot Co errors.
Iltits''struck out 4. walked 3, and hit Joe' Chambers. the starting and'
., ,,
.hatman Be his team eliminat- losino nitcher. bore the brunt of
ore
' led Ft. riaVtOreg geatiouarters Bat- the signal onslaught.,He wi re
se
.. try. 4th Gun BattailiOn. limed by Clarence Gray who gave
' t."'. ..,14ortar Battery rollected 0017 uti.2 runs and 5 hits the rest of the
' 'bne hit, a bunt single by Cal Ede- ave.1
HI' to the 5th. but the one hit wan The victory puts Signal 'In the
..,.., e s or.
."' h 0 rut ntrey ofis tthoepugtamthee
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riMsorittaerBraetd- fSigrtsrtoeuvrneatgmhetnftieleoisss. foirt tecie atnhde
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;,, ,Carattin iwalked Ed Surman and will toeet 'Mortar Battery, also of
1- ,i)oc ,Astrump to Den the frame, the '1st Battle 'Group in Friday's
' tadvaaced both runners on a dou- single. game starting at dr:09.
ble steal and both scored as The t776th Air Force Band 'will
6"
. "sneedY" Cal Edghill re na bunt proVide Musical entertainmant'Sat entertainmant'Satsingle
single entertainmant'Satsingle to the right side of the in- urday night at the finalse Trophies
field, will be. presented immediately fol folCarattini
Carattini folCarattini struck out 10 Mortar lowing Saturday's championship
t Battery hitters, but was hurt bY game.

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etc. No. 11 Ricardo 'Arias
Street Apartment 6. Tel 3-
4994.
FOR RENT: Furnished two twobedroom.,
bedroom., twobedroom., apartment. screened,1
inspected, hot water. 112 Via
Perrin. Phone Panama 3-7258
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apartment Hot water, balcony.
Telephone 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Comfortable
apartment for two or three per persons.
sons. persons. furnished, tnew furniture)
with alimentation. 43rd Street
No. 27. kreaned, Miami blinds.
F011 RENT: Completely fur furnished
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FOR RENT: 'Furnished ega4-
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Near Panama Hilte,it.'Mra. Bral.
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IAutomobiles
FOR SALE: Hi limen Mine
Convert '58. Cooed condition,
good tires 81,400. Call Rai
2-1695, 786 11. Tavomille
St.
FOR SALE: 950 Pontiac
Sedan, 11 Cyl, hydromatic, many
extras, original owner, good con condition.
dition. condition. Phone Balboa 1630 otter
5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 2-
door Sedan. Standard shift
Clean as new. Lew miles's.
$1450. Phone Bal. 2384.
FOR SALE-1957 Ford Waga,
6. Cyl. Standard. Accosories;
cellent condition. Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: -- Mercury Mont Montclair,
clair, Montclair, Convertible 1955. Power
brakes, power seat, white wells.
white with black top, radio.
heater, three new' tires, dutV
paid. Cost new $4,800. Selling
price $1,275. Call 3-6121
FOR SALEt Chevrolet 1956,
V-8 Power pack, pow" glide 4-
door Hardtop.' Phone 5428.
9011 'SALE: 1955 Lincoln
Hard top, condition very good,
WiS tires, power brakes, two twotone,
tone, twotone, radio, automatic tranmis tranmission:
sion: tranmission: 81-5120. House 2213-1
Curunctu;. ,
FOR SALE: 1956 N98 Che Chevrolet
vrolet Chevrolet 4-cloot Sedan, standard
shift, 28,000 miles. One owner.
Perfect condition, leaving for
States'. Rodman 3301.
Would you like to trade your
car for a small, foreign,
economic car
The new 1959 DATSUN will
fulfill your desire.
4 eyinder
40 miles per gal.
High compressioe motor.
Autot Eiseman, S.A.
Next to Coca-Cola Co.
Open all clay. Tab:
Pm. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Century
Buick, all extras hteluded.
Phone Navy 3410.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Sedan, good condition. 99-A.
Gamboa. Phone 6-372.
FOR SALE: -- 57 Ford Fair Fairlong
long Fairlong 6 cylinder hardtop, extol..
lent condition I $1550. 6363
Los Rios near Corozal. Phone
Balboa 3668.
FOR SALE: 1950 Lincoln
4-door Sedan. House 0853. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. 1958 Ford Fair lane fordoor
Sedan, radio, 7,000 miles. New
car condition. Balboa 2815.
De La Rosa Claims
Reds Encourage
l-intp America Line
MANILA (11PI) Sen. Rogello
de la Rosa today accused the
Communists of pressing a nation nationwide
wide nationwide "hate America" campaign in
a speech before the Senate.
He charged fellow-senators with
unwittingly becoming tools of the
Reds.
De la Rosa, a former movie
star wilt, is considerably highly
popular with the people, an announced
nounced announced withdrawal of his signa signature
ture signature from the formerly-unanimou,,
Senate resolution which demanded
Phil 'opine sovereignty over 11. S.
bases here.
He challenged the 7 senators to
"stand up and be,Counted" as to
whether they preferred continuing
friendship with the United States,
or with Russia and Communist
China.
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Iohn F. Baldwin (R-Calif.) has
introduced a resolution to require
all House members to, declare
whether they have any relatives
on their government payrolls and
to make public details on govern.
ment office space they rent in
their home districis.

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1 Hom'e' Artic!esl, I
FOR SALE' Luiturions 6-
strand bamboo living room set,
11 pieces. Also' bedroom fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Extolled' .condition.f Al Also
so Also G. 1. Refrigerator Magic Chef
stove. Tel 1-4431.
FOR SALE: iSimmoos grey
Ntoto-bed S20 oast 3.o:hand Rat Rattan
tan Rattan chair $10.-$759-11 Diablo.
Phono 2-1851.
FOR SALE: Kitchen tables
$33.00; Metal Bureaus
$15.00; Bunk .beds $44.00
mahogany wardrobe $25.00; mo modern
dern modern s wrouoht iron chairs
$19.00; double foods ftsprings
$12.50; kerosine stoves
$19.00; small tables $5.50t
Hollywood beds winew mattress
$49.00; nitt tables $1250;
mattoreu $6.50; 11.1V folding beds
$27.00; pillows $1.25; also
lovoly living & dining room sets
chrome dineftivets in beautthd
colors, innerspring mattresses
EASY PAYMENTS 3 WE RE REcoND
coND REcoND virioN ,MATTRESSES
Household Exchange, National
Ave. Tels 3-491t & 3-73414
FOR SALE; Largo deep
ooze, electric dryer, VM
Pi, 21" TV, Zenith Trans.,
oceanic portable, radio, Bar-S-Quo,
patio furniture. Please
call 86-4113.
1Wo
FOR SALL--Elegant Mahogany,.
dining room set. TB jinn;
table, t2 chairs, glass China
dome, large sideboard 612 ft.
long with separate pink tinted
mirror 6 x 4 ft. Small side sideboard
board sideboard & laming east. Perfact
for France Field homes or large
Coco Solo Apartmonts. Best of offaring.
faring. offaring. Call 311-314.
FOR SALE: -- SIMMONS sofa
"hide-a-bed", excellent condi
tion, Clayton 6212.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse 9
cubic feet refrigerator percelais
inside and out $75.00. Cali Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 1731.
FOR SALE: Mahogany
dinner' table, chairs 0149
China $75, side board; 375
bedroom sot STS9, 2 now mat mattress.
tress. mattress. S20 each., Radio' Ll tobeo,-;1
SSE,-2031-11 St Curvedu 81.4t
FOR SALEt Mous:bold)
Westingboun refrigerator ma..
hagony dining roont table, 6
chairs, soil springs en legs,
metal dresser, wicker chairs, old
I IBM electric typewritters in
good condition. Call Balboa
2-3782.
FOR SALE: Westighouse re.
frigerptor 9 cubic ff. Telephone
Balboa 2-3791.
FOR SALE: Upholstered chair,
ottoman $55.00, wardr b
$30.00, radio-record player
$60.00, Frigidaire, 1 year old,
$275.00, Venetian 1 lin d 1,
chairs, talles, rugs, pillowa
sheets, towels, lamps, recorai,
Christmas decorations, bathroom
and kitchen articles. Balboa
1309.
Navy To Launch
Program To Show
US Sea Strength
, NEW YORK (UPI) The Navy
will launch a 10-day program next
week aimed at impressing the
public with the Soviet submarine
and missile threats.
The carrier Wasp and the seven sevendestroyer
destroyer sevendestroyer task group Bravo, it
leads will put into Boston April
16 to begin its program by invit inviting
ing inviting 300,, to 500 elementary and
high scbool science teachers
aboard for. a tcktr and dinner.
Two days later, the whole task
farce will. cruise off Boston with
the families of its crews on board
to find out what their menfolk do
at sea and to watch Mock war warfare
fare warfare on enemy submarines.
The program will 'end with a
two-day ,open house In Boston.

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Life' Internationitl,'Airil 13 0.20
Resider's Dige;i, April 0.35
Baseball Year Book ,1959 0.35
Better Homes 'April 4
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Radio Electronics, April 0.35
Science Digest, April 0.35
.s. 0.50
1Fortune, ; 1.50
U.S. & WUrla Report, April 13 0.35
' TIME Magazine', April 13 0.30
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Miscellaneous
1 Fan Pedestali'ts
1 Cash legister Elect.
1 Cabinet Storage 40 x 12 x 46
3 Tables30 JO
1, Ladder Stop 12 ft.'
-6 Ash Tray, Standing
1 Cabinet 0 ,-;
s2 Wastes Reshot,'
2 towling08sils
5 Table 10'st 30
3 Tables Chrome CetlY
1 Table ,Wood Sm.'
These articles are for sale and
tan be seen it the Cumulus Post
Restaurant between the bats of
08004,1500.
R. V. THOMPSON
- Office Manager
FOR SALE: 'Electric Serval
refrigerator, 'II cubit Ft. 2-door
model. Freezer above. Excellent
condition, House 5!7 Ancon.
Phone 2-1705.
FOR SAI.E.Silvertoess Radio
and Record Player $50t, Okra
24" bicycle' St Scooter S4;
Child's Ishii and chair set' $5;,
Hermes 4 potable typewritter
$69.50; Vacuum cleaner Rh
attachment", BIS; layoff a b
April 20). Balboa 1486.
FOR SALE: Air coodit(oner
' 20 gallon water heater; 7.8 Ce.
Ft. Frigidaire refrigerator. Phone
3-6882.
,
FOR SALE: u--'Accordion,
fact condition. Call aftor' p.m.
Tait Balboa 2-4441 ,746 Las
Cruies St. Apt. "C"
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',TRANSFER Amy Mho.,
'ehanS Chiang; 21, is studying at
Mills College in Oakland, Calif.
-rh pretty granddaughter of
, Nationalist Chinas a leader
Chiang Kal-shek transferred as
a sophomore from leormosa's
University of Sooehow in Taipei.

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WANTED
, pirpsereort, double skis, Sin 1
it Sliver surf, beard, It' otbarpice,ta7t, ,
FOIL SALE: Oa $875.00 et bola of ,
' AKC Cocker Spaniel
r '30..5es at 119-X ; imAarram,.L.L
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meters. le the Nom Hipedrees.
Urbeniestiee acres 'the Remei.,
!legated. Ali tete with street
fteMs. seetage water' mein and
electrkity., Call W. pAcIateett,,,t
Tel. 44976. .
FOR', SALlitLot .140611 lovers 1,7
MOOS 4h. best Jonation of -",
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mating please tall 2-2170'
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tors SO cents motor. House goes
with the laid. Phone 4-1043. T
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handicsp, Sets, Blackie Miller 548,
Minni Carter 525', Slid Harty 1
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House-549.
Creche Music 2,Camda Dry' 1
The two .teamewith the lowest 1
handicaps tame together hbad on 1
the match was nip' ind tuck all
the WAY. Don Itudy and his. 200,1
paceUthe 'Grechas to''a 35 I pin
win in the first game; Then 1
George Metzger of Canada Dry
got on the beam with a 220 and
the Canada Dry -ekedwith,,a 11,
pin Wint -Med both teeing iiattILd
for' etch pin' end it' ,went 4 right ;
dovm the wire,,with Canada Dry
taking it Sy. 5' sticks. :-
Don Rudy had a 100,' 190 and
20S for a 001-1 scratch, series to
lead both,- squads.' The Metzgert,
Mimi and 'George were the -, big :
pin- topplors for the Soft Drink
Mixerg. George having 220, and
537 scratch; and Mimi mixed up
the pins for a 505 scrarch. Other
Hi-Spots ,who got elite handicap
figures; Manny Fernandez '519,
Jinn)? Heisler 529. For the Mktsic
Makers; Vi Rudy hit 521, Bev Hal Halliday
liday Halliday 554 and LOU,' Glud 528 all
handicap.
Boyd Brether ins. 3
Bass Shoes I
' Me Boyd Brothers Insurnce
Solicitors collected a fancy pre premium,
mium, premium, and- gathered a three
point divklend, and joined the
top notch' Performing teams' in
the league. The Boyds' are only
two points away from first place.
The BIM FootWear -gave the
Boyds a boot in the opening
' round by six pins.
The Boyds retaliated by imeMP imeMPIng
Ing imeMPIng the Bass by 91 pins and :in
the fine both teams did their
level -best to give away the last
point, but Boyds eventually bag bagged
ged bagged it by 30, Paul Karst and Cur Curly
ly Curly Bates had 508 and 500 'scratch
series. For the Bass Shoe ,s Bet Betty
ty Betty McGuire and. Claus Kleisch Kleischmann
mann Kleischmann hit 500 and 517 handicap
totals ,'
rescue' Cookies 4 "i-'
Paper Mate Pons 0
The Pascual Cooldes gave the
Paper Mate Peas a severe drub drubbing,
bing, drubbing, and piled up 349 pin advan advantage.'
tage.' advantage.' Mit was the biggest 'pin 'pintail
tail 'pintail the Pascual' picked up,. all
year. Jolly t-Joe Bieber lived lap
to his' standard and knocked off
551 scratch. June Blaney was
next in line 'With 581 handicap.'
and ,Bob Blaney bobbed up with
554,, Rolph Dietrich did it with
548, and Mim Smith 133 all bat.
dicap.
Only Paper Mate Pen that
Imictioned with any degree of
success was Raul Alvarado with
508 sottish -series.' The e l'a a n
sweep for' the Sweet Things ot
Pascual Purple Shirts put : them
only three markers out -et era
Olaeli:''',-'ii.:i:''2..-:,.''.......?',' ',',-'',.-.','..,.,-'
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Turco, Product
'Although ths Ebonite., were the
patsies, buried deevin the cellar
in the first part of tthe stason,
they have heen resurrected in
the second part ,and are now; in
the contention. for the final part
honors, only three points cid the
pace, ,41though the Turco Prod.
ucts 'were. spotting the Ebonite.

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ii3rticsi Morrow k,sitchor Man' for
the Ehonites shookoM hivslump
end ,grabbeci 'the. -scoring alurels
with ,201, 560-632 :set ,' Burt De Deveati
veati Deveati another Ebonite -came uP
with..511-583 set. However, the
men were not the 'only shining
stars end two Ebonite gals had,
shining store; Bess -Shepard a
800 hinditap'"and Miry ;Idorrow
521' handkaps Pot the T u'r c
'Products,' ivho',Isve slid into the
reellar, only..Tat 'Raley came up
with- 5C bandiceP Iseries;,
:f Pan Weal
CsinolWinsionSelett 0 ;
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The Ideal. -'', Breed put
11110163011ii 11011MPhilt sho'
for' themselves, fi, 'they ;i grab grabbed
bed grabbed 101 lour points from
the Cigarettes 't the Carnal-Minston-Ssiew
brind:r In' the middle-gat10,4
the Nest 'Breeds' 004,1.31r1
'one crumb. '., v....
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B ker '54
a flee a ral a 1
handicap variety loaf; ,n anti
Johnson joined him with 559, Bea
Jensen '540 and ,Charlie Ehren Ehrenbed
bed Ehrenbed 547, all handleap. -Marwell
Undenber was the outainding
smoker with a 200i, 596.417
ries, and Ann Rill was not a lia liabilitY
bilitY liabilitY with a 313 handicap.
, to ,o
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ENEE 'MEETING i:
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' Immediately' followlny the bowl bowling
ing bowling tournament luncheon, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 3:154.m. there will NI a
'meeting of WI,B members to e eject
ject eject nei' officers fce the J950-
,1960 season,-14
niembers the,wrEE are
urged to attend -Able Meeting
whether or not they attend.' the
ltmcheon, There is no charge for
attending any WIBC meeting.
There is a ;LSO charge per per person,
son, person, for the lunchenn which starts
at 2 11,111.11:
?or tha clarification of those
who are, misinformed I would
like to atite that there is ne re.
quirement' by it, 'the ,WIBC that
each individual member' be:noti be:notified
fied be:notified in 'writing len 410) dayt pri prior
or prior )o meetmg that, there is go going.to
ing.to going.to be a meeting.' The o 4 y
time tt 'is required that they, re receive
ceive receive individual -ieritten notice
(10) days' 'pror to, meeting
wheit.where Aropoied
ochange;' in dues; assessments, or
an aniendment to the constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, 'rule or ,by-laws;
When there' ii, proposal 'such
As' those llsted above. 'the ) and
then eilly do they receive indivi individual
dual individual written notice ten, (10) da)-1
Prior ,to,, the meeting informing
thein 'of the, proposed changes be beInt
Int beInt considered., Thia,,,is to give
them time ,to familiarize- them themselves.,
selves., themselves., witht, the proposals in, or.
der. to ProPeri.e'dlculs.-thint at
the meetingg ,. 0, r,
'They are ',not given ten 40)
days 'written notice Ahat ;there is
to be ,s, meeting, Notice of meet meetings
ings meetings to' be, held Is advertised in
newapapera, radio, ,television and
,nthet 4 medium t available. ,,

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I MOUNT CLEMVNS; Mich.
(UPI)--Two "teen-aged geniuses"
''. 1 were, held st the Macomb County
V 1 Youth Home todart Itealrg a
1 hearing on charges of commiling
N 28 burglaries to get equipment for
. .4
1 their scientific experiments.
' ell Mo boys were arrested ,at their
,. ----,... s !twee Osterdayilind' teadily adt
- : ,, ''1, g- nutted stealing supplies from
:..., - their school and a dentist's office
.
. ,.., ... so they could build telescopes,
take pictures of th moon and
gee stars with a homemade camera
and shoot off home-made rockets.
The boys, 14 and-15, were to
A- '1
-cAl.A. young for tbe regidar science
classes hi St. 'Cleir-IShoret High
School where they attended the
21..;
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, thTurheLadboasyst,racfkaethdersdoTathepobsotyasr
with the aid of his 'partner, De DetneincttibvegrSagtde.LejmoveWnartille
tneincttibvegrSagtde.LejmoveWnartille DetneincttibvegrSagtde.LejmoveWnartille e7dli.cer Air.
worker and a factory worker, en encourage&
courage& encourage& their scientific-, interests
- with as many gifts rasIthey could
affprd. - -.., 1
"They were just going too fast'
for their parents to keep up with," I
said Lades. "The ,parents never'
susrcted what the boys were up 1
. Jhe boys broke into the St.
By Calbraith Clair Shores school 27 times since
last October, taking at least $3.000
worth of projectors, test tubei.
,
acid from fire extinguishers and
,
chemicals.
,
.A. week ago, they brolterinto a
.
dentist's office and took -pressure
gauges, bottles and X-ray, equip equipment,
ment, equipment, In- the. process they took
.
SUS in. east the first .cash the,'
.
' had ever taken,. In ,order ,to buy
,
more scientific equinment.
,Police immediately! knew the
,
- deqtist's. office burglary, wos con.
nected ,with the school burglarils
because the Ws left their. famil famil!
! famil! T....Calling card, a note signed
' ervus Mortis '' a Latin phrase
L -4-,.....,....1--...r.-1.. -ilatling "seryknt cel death."
44,1,-
? "This ieems like 'a once-in-a
lifetime crime spree," tadas said.
"I'd like to recommend leniencY,
bur the notes they left' have me
wondering!!

Proft(it Jima ;'

" Sometimes. my mothse talk about, the younger gen.
oration just as if she had nothing to do with iti"

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Office Burglaries

NO RECOURSE
; CHICAGO itUPI)---Police told
Poston Linwood,1 52, tbey couldn't
find a single law to 'help him. Lin LinWood
Wood LinWood bad tomplained his cor was
the victim' of a hit-and-run horse.

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WASHINGTON suPt) tut
House Democrats anti ax ineat ineatbers
bers ineatbers of the British Parliament
joined yesterday in calling'. fee
'creation of a United Nations po police
lice police force to melt tile
crisis.
,The 16, who Ancluded tenter
British Prime4Minister
Attlee, signed a reselutiOn.prepos.
ing that "the whole of terlin
should come under U.N. resPonst-'
bility."
They said the first step- valid
be appointment of i U.N. cern cernmander
mander cernmander for the present Arnett
,command in ,Beflin. Afterltkit,
units of the four Occupyinupew Occupyinupewers
ers Occupyinupewers gradually woUld be rep-Plait
by a new U.N. force.
The Allied legislators said fi financial
nancial financial needs. for setting up -and
maintaining the police tore'
1"should be guaranteed for at
least five years in advance."
"We believe the' opportunity et.
Ifered by Berlin, for a Prafticat
experiment in building up a -Joree
acceptable to both NATO' and
Warsaw Pact cotmtries le A.--lotlition
strategically placed between
the two camps ould be net eV?
immensely valuable as a soldier'
for the Berlin problem but, also
as a contributidn to the eventual
coming together of East and West
Germany," the resoldtion tat&
Rep. Charles O. Porter (D:Drel
said the idea of theresolution,orig theresolution,originated
inated theresolution,originated about two weeks age.,-.1,witen
be was in London, conferring
with several members et rattle rattlement,
ment, rattlement, on the Berlin situatien,..'
The other American, signers
were Reim Steven V. Carter
(Iowa), Frank M. Clark fPaL),,
Byron L. Johnson (Colo.), 'Wil 'William
liam 'William H. Meyer (Vt.), Clement W.'
Miller (Calif.), Henry S., Reuss
(Wis.), George 14. Rhode ),
Ralph J. Rivers- (Alaska)4 and
Leonard G. Wolt (Iowa).

ARREST U.S. SOLDIER
SEOUL, 'Corti...0.3'i) E.
military police hate arrested
Pfc. Lorenzo Vigil, 29, of $anta
Fe, N.M., after the soldier! al allegedly
legedly allegedly stabbed a Korean
man yesterday morning. ,
The U.S. lith Army said Lttrit
other. 11.S. soldiers were being
sought in connection with tht aim
leged stabbing.

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Aatry In Elaboraie Shinto-Ceremony
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:"10KYO, April 10 (IWOCrown Prince Akihito married his commoner sweetheart
Shoda today in a 15-minute ceremony of Oriental splendor that shaftered 2,619
tari of tradition and brought joy to all Japan.
41,-The 26-year old prince defied palace t raditionalists by marrying for love and bring brings,
s, brings, lz 51 the threshold of the throne of Japan the daughter of a milling executive he

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' itO wore the cesemonial saf rich with golden trappings and the -tioning. A police official said the
;' tron-orenge robe known as onino-o colors of royalty. 'stone hurled by Nakayama did not
-t', Ple bride an antique robe made of A discordant note to the gaiety hit either of the royal persons but
1 .giliyers whim burdened her with was sounde(1 when a; disgruniled that they were trying to find it for
- -pounds of red, yellow, lavender, anti-royaliet threw a itone,et.,the evidence.
- Ate, green and white silk and bro- newlyweds ali they rode in tritinpli Nakayama protested as the po-'.
cads. The wedding gown was used through the streets of Tokyo. lice dragged him off, "I under under'
' under' blithe Empress Nagako when she 'Neither Akihito nor his bride was stand there is no emperor system.
sitiji married 35 years ago to Ern- injured when a 19yearold youth, Why should so many people be
- Ter Hirohito. Kensetsu -Nakalrama,,,, threw ,the kept off the roads?"
stonewhich,, nussed-and then A police official said Nakayama
. 4,4 Michiko added something tried to climb aboard the Maroon was resentful that Akihito whom he
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new to the complicated robes and gold rckyal carriage;untd4 'be called "a man like anybody else"
' 10own as junihitoethe nagabaka- was pulled Own by '. Uniformed 'should be the center of such a
wit or pantaloons, made especially footmen. -; ''''''-' '' spectacular show.
."' ret the wedding and dyed a deep
' 'reddish purple, the color for un- Michiko shrank away from the
Married women. attacker. Akihito appeared startled
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Union Delegates -'
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royal carriage Aid, riot pausei: -. ?
bele a-ceremonial hair-do that took ,,,, ,,, ,.; T
hours to perfect was a tiara of 1,-
Eight policemen and plain- o Conlin.' ue Fight
': 000-iiramonds set 'in platinum, a
clothesmen hurled -Nakayama to
' tiara used by the Empress Teimbi,
the street after he had been push- .,
' Akihito's grandmother, for her
ed from the side of the carriage on unaway Ships
tikdding in 1900, but reanodeled fog R
and dragged him through the rows
tild4y of spectators watching the wedding
,olitchiko wore the same tiara in
procession.
thrttiumphal procession after- ,
They held him at the nearby Ma Mawards
wards Mawards through the streets past
runouchi police staiton for ques quesdeleting
deleting quesdeleting millions as Akihito bore NEW YORK, April 10 (UPI)
beris a maroon and gold carriage Representaties of 14 unions of
taiga Togu palace. It was a daz- seafaring, waterfront and asso assosling
sling assosling horse and carriage procession Churchill To 'Visit dated workers voted yesterdaY
',o, 4 to set up a steering committee

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Churchill To Visit
Eisenhower In May
For Three Days

AUGUSTA, Ga., April 10
(UPI) The White House an-,
flounced today that former
British Prime Minister Sir Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill will visit Presi President
dent President Eisenhower for three days
in May.
The British leader has had
a long-standing' invitation to
visit his old friend of World
W,ar II and' was forced tO can cancel
cel cancel a trip tci Wahlrigton last,
year becau6o of !Mess,
The President and Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower will have Churchill as
their White House guest May
4-5-6, and on May .7 Sir Win Winston
ston Winston will move to the British
Embassy for one night there be before
fore before leaving Washington.
News of the Churchill visit
was announced at the vacadon
White House as the President
prepared to give his blessing at
a' luncheon conference aere to
the selactlon, a new Repub Republican
lican Republican Natibtial, chairrnan,, ex expected
pected expected to bt Sen. Thurston Mor-'
ton of Kentucky.
Because Churchill no longer'
occupies an official position in
the British Empire, his visit to
Washington will be of an in informal
formal informal nature, but the White
House expected that the Eiten Eitenhowers
howers Eitenhowers would entertain for thel
former Prime Minister, now in
his eighties.

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NEW YORK, April 10 (UPI)
Representaties of 14 unions of
seafaring, waterfront and asso associated
ciated associated workers voted yesterdaY
to set up a steering committee
to foster "coordinated coopera cooperation"
tion" cooperation" on mutual problems.
Participants at the meeting
included Joseph Curran, pres president
ident president of the National Maritime
Union; Paul Hall, president of
the Seafarers International Un Union;
ion; Union; James R. Hoffa, president
of the International Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood of TeamsterS, and. Cant.
William V. Bradley, president
of the International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's Association.
Curran and Hall, who pre-
sided at the meeting of 58
union delegates, said tbe im immediate
mediate immediate object4ve of the "c "coperation"
operation" "coperation" was the continulnit'
fight againit what the unions
call "runaway" shipsAmerican-owned
vessels which sail
under the 112,gs of Panama,
Liberia or Honduras and thus
avoid paying current U. S.
wage scales.
Most of the involved unions
are members of the AFL-CIO
whose president. George Meany,
has barred its members from
alliance with any unions exPel exPelled
led exPelled from the merged labor or organization.
ganization. organization. Both Hoffa's teams teamsters
ters teamsters and Bradley's ILA have
been expelled by the AFL-CIO.
Pointedly uninvited to yester yesterdays'
days' yesterdays' meeting was the west
coast International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Un Union,
ion, Union, headed by HatTv Bridges:
which was expelled from :the
CIO some years ago for alleged
Communist domination. Curran.
and Hall said that if the HAM'
wished to enter the cooperat cooperating
ing cooperating grroup, its admittance wOuld
be up to the members.

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WINNING nolo "Jimmy Haywood and the 'rwo Cut-Ups," will be among the acts repre representing
senting representing USARCAHIS in the "recorded" finais ,of the 1959 All-Army Entertainment Contest.
From left are Sp-4 .1. H. Shoupe of Fort Gulick, Pfc. Junior D, Waldep Fort Kobbe and
Sp-4 Jiznmy C. Cate of Fort Clayton.--(11.S. Army Photef ,

Four Entries To Represent Caribbean Command
At Ilecorded' Finals Of Entertainment Contest

Four entries from U.S. Army
Caribbean will rept.esent the com command
mand command at the "recorded" finals
of the 1959 All-Army Entertain Entertainment
ment Entertainment Contest in Washington, D.
C., Lt. Col. B. W. Butters, USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB Chief of Special Services
and contest officer, announced to today.
day. today. In the classical vocal soloist
class Pfc. Joseph M. Wilson, Sig Signal
nal Signal CoMmunications, Se c t to n,
Quarry 'Heights, won'first place,
with Sp4, Herman R.: SteWart of
the same section as runner-lib.'
Pfc. Albert' Hazen of the 62nd
Machine Records Unit, .Fort A Amador,
mador, Amador, t was selected as winner
in the classicial instrumental so soloist
loist soloist class, and Sp4 J. H. Shoupe
of Headquarter and Headquaters
Company, USARCARIB School,
Fort Bulick, heads the viinning
group in the country and western
class. In th6 combo with Shoupe,
whose stage name is Jimmy
Haywood, are Pfc. Junior D.
walden of Fort Kobbe and Sp4
Jimmy Cate of Fort Clayton. The
trio is billed es "Jimmy Hay Haywood
wood Haywood and theTwo Cut-Ups."
In the dramatic gropp John
D. Finlay Jr., and David ,E.
Platts, both from the Caribbean
Forces Network staff, recorded
an excerpt from George Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Shaw's "Don Juan in Hell"
which the judget also selected
for the All-Army competition.
Classical guitarist ,Sp5 RestItuto
Concepcion of the USARCARIB
School was' runner-up in classic classical
al classical instrumental soloist cla ss
While, the ."Southern Ramblers"
cattle close behind the winner In
the -country and. western group.
Members ,of the troupe are Pvt.
Jesse W.' Hcnrard, Pfc. Anthony
B. Thitchins and Pvt. Billy E.
Gossett, all of Fort Clayton,

London Daily-Would
, ,
Break ?Homosexuals
Grip On Theater
LONDON ,(UPI)---The Daily, Et Etpress,
press, Etpress, in an article considered re remarkably
markably remarkably frank, demanded today
that homosexuals "be driven from
their positi ns of theatrical
power."
The dipatck brought into the
open.. what ,'has' been whispered
about for years in London's West
End. It seemed certain to cause
considerable. controversy. :
Writer John Deane Potter took
as the theme of hit artkle the
arrest and fining yesterday of
John Crank, ,31-year-old choreo choreographer
grapher choreographer and revue star., fors "im "importuning",
portuning", "importuning", men.'
This, said Potter, has' become
known as "the West End vice."
"Cranko is the latest on the list
of famoui atage names who have
been found guilty of thia, squalid
behaviour," he wrote.
"It has become a sour common commonplace,
place, commonplace, in the West End theatre
that. unless you.. are a -member
of an unpleasant freemasonry
your chances of success are, often
lessened.1 For the theatre is far
too full of people belonging to a
Secret brotherhood."
' He said these people were. evil
because, they wielded great per personal
sonal personal and professional power and
could corrupt many young men
who want to make the theatre
their career. Young actors had
often complained to him, be said.
'hat it was iMpssible to get shead
f they did not ploY long
These gre evil men.1,t' Potter
-.aid. "They have spun their web
'trough the West End until ,today
t a simtering scandal."

A majority -of the contestants
are expected to enter the "live"
competition? Preliminanies are
scheduled for the Fort' Clayton
Service Club on Sunday, April 26;
Fort Kabbe Service, Club on
Wednesday,, 'April 29, and the
Fort Gulick Service Club on
Thursday, April 30.
Antilles Command entertainers
are to enter, a sub-area contest
at the Fort Buchanan S ervic e
Club. ,
' :Winners ft;ern the areas,
competing seven' 'clam
esl, will vie for first and seond
place honors at the USARCARIB
finals in Jadwin,11611. Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, on 'Wednesday, May 6. The
top act of the "live" finals, any

RP Electoral Board t
Starts edula Work,
Tomorrow On lonp

CanatEone residents whbhde!,
side to secure Panamanian citi citizenhipi
zenhipi citizenhipi cedulas are being re reminded
minded reminded that beginning tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, April 11, and continuing
for six consecutive week ends,
they can complete the process processing
ing processing procedure at either Para's
Santa. Cruz, or Rainbow Citt
Arrange ments have been
made for representatives of the
Panama Electoral BoarcUto, set
up cameras and other equip equipment
ment equipment and materials Saturday,
and Sunday at .the Paratsei
school gymnasium. They will be'
present pn an 8 a.m. to 7. p.m..,
schedule,,,,1 I
The Pectoral Board repre representatives.
sentatives. representatives. Will be at ParaiSO,On
the same schedule Aril 18 mid
19; atsBanta Cruz school gym gymnastunt
nastunt gymnastunt -April 25 and 26, ,and
MaY 2 and 3;' and at the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City,wehool gymnasium on
May 9,19; 'and May le and 47.-
ResiciEnts will be azsisted in
filling Out applications for te tedulas
dulas tedulas and those wild have, al already:completed
ready:completed already:completed their applica applications
tions applications will be photographed and
fingerprinted., The ceoulas
be' Issued at a Inter date from
the' Cedula Office on Peru Ave Avenue
nue Avenue in' Panama City or on ilth
Street in Colon. )
nobs Get Credit;
For, boving laton
After Navy Crasitf
-
iltOKUSUKA, Japan (UPIY4
The U.S. Navy has credited two
sailors with saving their 'partlY
submerged submarine after, it
was rammed by a destroyer, dttr,
ing maneuvers Sunday.
tA spokesman at naval head headquarters
quarters headquarters here said the men ,were
instrumental in finding a gash in
the aftersection of the submarine
Raton and isolating k to prevent
further flooding.
The klaton was at periscope
depth when the destroyer Mac MacKenzie
Kenzie MacKenzie rammed it during exacts.
es ita the Western' Pacific to test
,new anti,,, submarine techniques.'
Neither vessel was damaged seri seriously
ously seriously and there were no injuries
of crewmen. -r
The Navy announced on arrival
of the vesselshere yesterday that
tho, two crwemen' who played a
heroic part in saving the Raton
were, Berman J, Carlson, 'of Al,
buquerque, N.M., an interior'com interior'communkations
munkations interior'communkations electrician fireman!
and RadarMan 2C-Johit L. Crock--
ett of Tuesono Ariz,

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class, will represent the com-1
mend at the All-Amyy judging
at Fort Belvoir, Va., m June.
First place winners in- the, "re "recorder
corder "recorder classes and first .'and
second winners in the "live"
classes, mill .44,1i,warded eash
rpbes.',.
Judges for the "recorded" cate categories
gories categories were CWO Ernest W.
Hoch, leadel of the., 79th-,. Army
Band; James Pattison, program
director for pFpl and Butters.

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nymotrrH, England, Apirl 10,
1(1TPI) -- An adniiraltv spokes
man ,said an investigation will be
started today into the causes of
le fire which, caused "extensive"
damage yesterday to Britain's
newest 'and biggest aircraft car car,
, car,
1 Fire fighters last night c o n nlquered
lquered nlquered the flames in the HMS
Ark Roal, a 43,000-ton giant
which cost $60 'million.
The fire started yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon when a spark from a weld weldeel;
eel; weldeel; torch touched off oil in the
1 bilges -of a boiler room.
Eight civilians and four sat satlors
lors satlors were treated after being af affected
fected affected by smoke, but there were
no casualties.
Tim ship normally carries a
crew of 2,500, but only a skele
ton complement was,. on bosrd
while the carrier underwent re refitting
fitting refitting here. 4

Dulles' Gets X-Ray
Test At:Air Force
,
Florida ;Hopital
HOBE 'SOUND, Fla. (UPDSec (UPDSecretary
retary (UPDSecretary of State John Foster Dulles
underwent X-ray atudies yester yesterday
day yesterday at the Palin leach Air Force
Base Hospital.,
Special assistant ',,loseph N.
,Greene said -"this afternoon the
secretary 'motored to Palm Beach
Air. Force Base hospital for X-ray
studies as( it part of the evalua evaluation
tion evaluation of- the, progress of his ton tonvalescence.i
valescence.i tonvalescence.i He has returned te
Hobe Sound.' Greene and Dr.
tdward Itamin accompanied
,the secretary on, the
Greene refused to, elaborate fur further
ther further on the Nisit eto the hospital,
except to say t that X-rays were
made by, techniciak at the hos hospita.
pita. hospita.
,Dulles is- convalescing hero at
the home-of Undersecretary ,-ot
State O..Mouglas Dillon after ta tadiation
diation tadiation treatments or cancer.
Yesterday was the first3time he
has left the Dillon estate since
histarrival last' week; The Air
Force base is about 40 Miles from
Hobe ,,, Sound., -t

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WASHINGTON, -Apri (ITPI)--Some or all of -tho iteven
Americana chosen- as the first' utronauts win get a ride
in the nose of an At lu intercimtinental
the South Atlantic as part of their training..--
--' The National Aeronautics and Space..Administratidn'INAA)
I said the flight ovet the missile rage from Cape Canaveral. Fla.
to Ascension Island would precede, Ow launching-of lpanned
satellite into orbit' around the earth, -t-;
To assure that' every precaution is taken' before.the
t spacemen evrn board an' Atlas, animals first will be senCon tho
missile tide., Monkays, dogs, pigs an4 possibly bears -will Joe' ase14d
in the tests. z.-

The seven. "M er c ury Astro;
nauts,1) choseti above all others foi
thg honor line the glory and Abe
ddhger At being the tirst-to ,carry
their coimtry'd colors into i ispace,
were presetned publicly yesterday
by NASA.,, :
The men--one Marine, three Na,
vy and three Air Force, men---viere
described as the AMericans best
qualified for pro)ect Melcury,' as
the manned satellite, program is
called.
Thing cherish thelionOrt aspire'
to the 'glory, 'and :despise the
danger. ,,
The seviin, crect military pi pilots,
lots, pilots, also told a, jam-packed news
conference their wives and families
were 100 per, cent behind their
participation in the government's
effort to hurl a manned 4;etellite
into space sometime in 1961.
The only known exteption was
one pilot's 18-months-old son who
doesn't know space 'from his play
The fliers were screened from
an original field of 05 volunteers.
Not until actual' hunching'day
they know 'which of them -will' be
chosen for the assisnment. c
But Air Force tapt: Donald
Slayton, 35,'" from Soarta,, Wis.,
seemed to uretty well sum tqi
their attitude.'y r,
"Pd give my left irm to be the
first man in spice," he said.
As for their Wives' reactions, Air
Force Cant. Virgil Grissom. 33,
Mitchell, Ind., 'out it most shccinct shccinctlyr
lyr shccinctlyr "If my wife wasn't as enthus enthusiasti
iasti enthusiasti as I, I 'wouldn't be here."
' While only one Man will be 'it 'itboard
board 'itboard the first manned U.S. satel satellite
lite satellite to, circle the earth, the other
six candidates are expected even,,
tually to make similar sold flights
in an insulated -censtile bilrled a aloft
loft aloft by an Atlas rocket.
, The first manned lateilite is
soiled to orbit the earth Iwo
'Or three times,' with eacts,,,orbit
:Asking 90 minutes. oir34' ;th ;th1Gradittilly
1Gradittilly ;th1Gradittilly the &retitle ;Or. the
flights Will belticreased until:Sev until:Several
eral until:Several years hence, two men wiU be
able to spend twtrweeks' in apace.
Sla3rton now is stationed at' Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.. while
Grissoni is assigned to Wright-Patterson
Ah' Force Base, Ohio. Their
five rivals are:
Marine Lt. Col. John IL Glenn
of Arlington, Va. At 37 he is the
oldest of the group. Married with
two children. he is a native of
Cambridge. Ohio, and was pilot of
the first supersonic transcontinen.
tal flight.
Navy Lt, Malcolm S.,Carpenter,
33, from Boulder. Colo., assigned
to the U.S. Hornet tin. anti-subma,
rine aircraft carrier, as air intel intelligence
ligence intelligence officerHe is married witb
four children-
4 Air Force Capt. Leroy G.
istf, ,32. from$ Shawnee, Okla.,
married and has two daughters.
Currently assigned to the pew
ferment onpinearine branch of
the Mob) tost at Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Air Farce nese;
Navy Lt. Crodr.,Weiter M. Schir,

Little
Moderaies Gain
School Centrol
trrra BOOR,' irk.. (tin)
Moderates who oppose Oov. Orval
Faubus' segregation tactics today
apparently had control of the
Little,Rock School, Board:
The, moderates'', majority, ap appeared
peared appeared yesterday after : a re recount
count recount of votes cast in the school
board election of Dec. 4 showed
Mrs. Charles W, Stephens -winner
over Traffic,-Judge Robert W.
Laster. -. 6,
, 4
She was declared loser by 111
votes last December, but Illed
suit claiming Snore than 600 votes
were "' :
, The actual count in the election
will not be 4' final unfit 'Circuit
Judge J., Mitchell 'Cockrell :rules
whether votes 'cast! outsidi'. their
proper wards are legal...41e said
he might rule on it next iveek.'7
'If Mrs. Stepheis prevails, the
anti-Faubus forces Will bold a 4-2
majority over.the segregationists.
Laster, the' Most teheitent seg segregationist
regationist segregationist on fife board, has Said
he would go to jail, ts preserve
segregation.

Cristbal udge
Ca,' ,T
It is expected that sessions
t the Cristbal Magistrate's
Court will be adjourried during
the emergency' ,,e absence ',from
the Canal Zone of Judge' toren
B.' Iillsinger,' the 'Magistrate.,
Hillsinger was called to Syra
euse, 144 if,t. yesterday )3y the
death of his pother. Mrs. Lowell
,
He is esPegtedto return Mon.
day. , tv, 4

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14.4.$8,, from Haltenstick,4 3.
ilarried witb,two children; .the
miner of. the 'Distinguished Flying
,:ross is currently on jet, eapeH-
ment dutrAt Patuicen,t blank Air :
rest Center, 1, '': :
), Navy, Lt.,,Cmdt,Alan -B. ',She'',
ard from East Derry,bl.LI.,
married with ,tivo children, he' is
on the-staff of the 'commander-in-
- Atlantic Fleet as aircraft
readiness officer. '," 4 7,4,0
,
,
Siayton- and het' wife hays ens
thild.-Missont end his wife have ,,
twa 4children."14- , '',,,',
'Each than holds' thi ,equivaleat
of a bachelor's degree science'
or engineering, is a former 'lest
pilot; has it ininimum' of $00 hours (
flying time, is under 40, and is no
taller than $ inches; ,,
ht 'the process; of
their families to Langley Air Force
Base, :Va.,: wherEthey help
work' on, satellite proven's, and
tmdergo 'training for the future,
space flights.
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WINNING Tim, Jimmy HaYwood and the 'rwo Cut-Upe,"' will be-among the, acts repre- an 'original field of'.55 volunteers. '',i ''',i''.'.i' ," : ":: ,,:,:, ,,' ,, ... : .:,:
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of spectators watching the wedding n RUn away Ships senting USARCARIB ,in the "'recorded" finals ,,of the 1959 AllArmy Entertainment Contest.
From left are Sp-4 J. H. Shoupe Of Fort Otiliek, Pfc. Junior D.: Walden. ot, Fort' HObbe and Not until achiet httriching'day will ; 4?
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''''-'' ollichiko wore the same tiara in
procession. ,
I thr'triumphal precession after- ..----- they know :which, 4,thern -Win' be x ,:' .----?-:-:.:' ,;--.-'''. ,. .. t
They held him at the nearby Ma- Sp-4 Jimmy C-Cate ofFort Clayton,-(1.415., Army Photo,' , ;, . ., : . : chosen for, the ;assistitrierit,-'1.. '''' li . ,::. '' -'.
; Wards through the streets past
runouchi police staiton for clues-
NEW YORK, April 10 (UPI) : ,;.
ii.: entering. millions as Akihito hore ' .!. ' t '''' ''1. But Alt? Forettapt'Donald.K.' i' ,. ,, .',', 7", 1
-Representaties of 14 unions of
'?-' her,in a maroon and gold carriage w ' ' '. ' '' .. Slayton, ,' 35,"', from ,' Snarta,iWis., ',i .. '.. . ... ,,...., .,.
' '-' '' tit; his Togu palace. It was a daz- seafaring, waterfront and asso- seemed to Pretty well': slim UP :1' ..- ' t,:....': ,' :. ,. '''' ',
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., Four Entries To Represent Caribbean.Command : their attitude. vi.'1,. i'.',,'-..''1,27' ",,':, ,---., '' .. TODA ,-, 35 -,A0,' -,
t ingborse and carriage procession Churchill To -Nisi! dated workers voted yesterdaY
to set up a steering committee .. ''"I'd give my eft irm to'be.ths- .....,... ' -; : ..; .... ,, ,.
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Eisenhower ay ion" on mutual problems.
to foster "coordinated coopera- .
t Participants at the meeting :
included Joseph Curran, pres- At 'fiecorded' Finals' Of Entertainment Contest
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Four entries from U.S. ArmY ; A maJority -of the contestants class,- will ,represent 'the,. tarn ly:?.",lf my wife, wasn't' as entlms7 ,,,,,,;,:liiillSitiELOWDOWN.: : ,.,.,,-....
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; ''' Union; Paul Hall, president of. Caribbean will represent the com- are expected to enter the "hve mand at the AllAmyy, judging iastic as I. I 'wouldn't be here-7, :,,
... is weather report for the 24 the Seafarers International Un- mand at the "recorded" finals competitiov:, Preliminaries. are at Fort Belvoir, Va.,,:m June'. : While 'only one Man. will be ',i, n'',-.,';011,111.k.'.-,'''';"' t,,,'.,...1.'ke.I''., .1..'7
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be rs -tending 11 a. m. today is AUGUSTA, Ga., April 10 ion;
of the .1959 'All-Army Entertain, scheduled for"- the Fort Clayton First place winners hr; the; "'re- hoard the first' Mooned:US, satel, ,",:,,,0181.S..,,: .'.-;....- A-''; '-. ;,..:
, prepared by the Meteorological (UPI) The White House an- James R. Hotta, president
of the International Brother-, -,?'
..,,,, meet Contest in Washington,. D. Serviee ChM, on Sunday,April 26; cordeC. classes -. and, first ;and hte to, circle the eartk. the :other :,',Atrisn-..A. 2:!;,,,,.. .--4...,,,. :, 2
i-, askrydrographic Branch of the hood of Teamsters, and: Capt. C. Lt. Col. B. W. Butters, USAR- Fort .1Cobbe:.. Service, ,Club, on second ,wintiers. 'lin.. the 'live" she candidatet are expected event ',:7,-;,0.' ,4,4,,...,,,., '1104y."'''. ,' A
4,. repaint Canal Co!'nPanY: flounced today that former
British Prime Minister Sir Win- William, V. Bradley,. president :
CARIB Chief of Special Services Wednesdayt .Ai)ril --,... 20, and -; the classes, ,,will,,haritiwarded .c al h tuall to make: ilimilat Aoki flight, ,:, lit 1 -,i, ,,-,- :.''. ; :.efi 7 ,- -, '. A

i,,,This weatner report sor tac he the Seafarers International un- mend at the ';.r-ecordeci..11 finals compefitione, Preliminaies -are at Fort Belvoir, Va., iti Jule:- ',While only one man will be 'it- : :' fift int -- it;' .-
Wire ending 8 a. m. today Is AUGUSTA, Ga., April 10 ion; 1 L '''. :
of the 1959 Au-Army Entertain- scheduled for', the Fort Clayton First place winners in- the "re- board the first manned U.S. satel- IR S.- 7., 4'-' '
prepared by the Meteorological (UPI) The White House an- James R. Hotta, president
of the International Brother- ment Contest in Washin ton, D. Serviee Club' on Sunday, April .26; corded", classes and first ''.,and lite to, circle the earth,. the other ,-2piairs--li..'. ,,,-ig... ',.,-,', :':,1.,''. ,- 2 -.
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p, aukrydrographie Branch of the flounced today that former hood of Teamsters, and Capt. -,
t,. Lt. Col. B. W. Buttersg, USAR- Fort Kobbe Service- Club on, second widners in the "live" six candidates are eXpected even 1'1'1,...,1' '14' -, 19; ': 61
4 Papilibi Canal ConPanY: British Prime Minister Sir Win- William V. Bradley,. president :
CARIB chief of Special Services Wednesday, 'April 29 ''. and -', the classes, will ,heAwarded c a a h tually to make ilimiiat ,solo flights ,:' al .4--; 4'. '''.k.. --' -,.
, i 7 of the International Longshore- t d to I' G I' k S vi I b f" ''' '' A ,
and con est officer, announce ort u ic er et C u on rpiSes.,,.- ,. 4., --1,c,,o in an insulated -wipstile Milled a- 'AnouNDI '''k, "It' ,II,i,I.'
, Judges for the "recorded" cate- loft by an Atlai rocket. .; t ', ,,,,, :,, ,t1,,,,,,I,;,,!A,t '41,,: 4
iS: ''': e Balboa Cristobal ston Churchill will visit Presi President
dent President Eisenhower for three days men's Association. day. Thursday, April 30.
,' TEMPERATURB: in May. In the classical vocal soloist Antilles Command entertainers gories were CWO Ernest W. , ,, 4'''' ,. .: '.,; .-, 2 : I- '''.;f ,,
" "High 95 84 Curran and Hall who pre preThe
The preThe British leader has had class Pfc. Joseph M. Wilson, sig- are to enter, a -stib-area contest Hock leadeo of the-, 79th',' Army Tiit first:manned latellite le -"'-' '''''
sided at the meeting of 58 :,' ; '. :, ,I,; 4'
e ee.. nal Cornmunications, S e e t I o n, at the Fort puenarian SerVite Band: James Pattison, program spec ed te orbit the earth 'two .', 'z ,;:. I ,. I, f'-
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7,:- ',Low. 48 78 a long-standing invitation to
visit his old friend of World
95 War II and was forced tO can canashIrigton
ashIrigton canashIrigton last
76 eel a trip tO W
year becauec, of :Illness,
,:.', (mat- mph), 'N-18 N-19 hower will have Churchill as
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union delegates, said tbe im immediate
mediate immediate ob' t4 f th
operation" was the continuint
fight againat what the unions
call "runaway" shipsAmer- Quarry Heights, won ,first place, Club. , ,,, . , director for gpl and Butters. 'Or' three' times,' with. silich,,,orbit '' '-,.14 f ''', ',.s ., ' '- '., -,
with Sp4 Herman R. : SteWart of Winners',, frerif the ',tub ,. areas, 1, '...,t,,
the same section as runner,-iiii.: competing .11, seven" live"
Pfc. Albert' Hazen of the 62nd 61, will vie for first.- and 'second
'ale. F 'Ab d.
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re-- oar HMS t
The President and Mrs. Eisen- i i hi I. Machine Records Unit, Fort A- place honors at the USARCARIB .,, . ,. ..
.08 their White House guest May can-owned vesse s w ch sa i
under the f12,gs of Panama,
Liberia or Honduras and thus leeted as winner finals- in Jadwin,,Hall. Fort Clay- i- ,, ,- :
mador, was, se
d d M 6 Th
in the elassicial instrumental so- ton, on We nes ay, ay
loist class, and Sp4 J. H. Shoupe top act of the "live" finals, any ,.
AkR 10s
e r ova eing
d, nights viill be,in d tit ) ..,, .t: ....' ,.. :
-- 1Gradittilly the dgration ''.,tt, the -- ,,,,, : ,!?",',.,...,', ,-- 2
crease un sev- , 1. ,v ,i ,...:,;:. , :,',
. ,' ,, era! years hence, two men,will be ''', '' ', I,,, ''-,-' -''''"' '
a'ble to spend twe,,weekg in apace. -' '',-i ),i., ;. ,.....s. -'''''
Sla3rton new is stationed at' Ed- VI ''' ''.. ;',.,;:i- --" t
, ig'..., --,..- ,-f.,,k .. -, , t .7
$ itt 4-5-6, and on May .7 Sir Win- avoid paying current U. S. wards Air Force Base, Calif.. while ,mt.m !!", s.' -', ,.'s '' '"' V
I WATER, TEMP: ston will move to the British wage scales. i of Headquarter and Headquaters Orissoni is assigned to Wright-Pat- rm. .---... ',- ''.,:,.. ''
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' (Intik. harbors) 76 92 Embassy for one night there be-
Company,. USARCARIB School, Rp ... Inveshp. 410 terson Air Force Base, Ohio. Their, 4 '''.A -...:;;,..
t 1 i. p,, Most of the involved unions Fort Bullet, heads the winning
Jt ..t I . fore leaving Washington. five rivals are: '
are members of the AFL-CIO
1 -.41,- '" ,- '' group in the, country 110' western . ,
Electoral Board t
Marine Lt. Col. John IL Glenn 19 :-.1 T. :: ..
:, .. LAKE ELEVATIONS: whose president. George Meany, class. In the combo with Shoupe, PLYMOUTH,. England, Apirl 10,
News of the Churchill visit has barred its members from (UPI) -- An adrairaltv spokes- of Arlington, Va. At 37 be is the '' ''' b
,'.; ,, .,
, ,,,,,,-Gatun Lap 83.59 was announced at the vacadon alliance with any unions expel- "..boswe ttagaere oldest of the grew,. -Married with , ,,,,,L: ,. ; -,
.
' 'Madden Dam
44 227.09 White House as the President
prepared to give his blessing at led from the merged labor or- naY "''
ganization. Both Hoffa's teams- ,,,- man ,sai an nves iga ion ma e
' -1 started today into the causes of
naPT: lunijorimnliV Stailitedula ViOrk , II b
walden ef Fort Kobbe and Sp4 T
, a fire swhieb caused "extensive" Cambridge. Ohio,. and was pilot of .. .-,-,,,,, ,, ,,'
two children he is a native of
a' luncheon conference aere to ters and Bradley's ILA have Jimmy Cate of Fort Clayton. The
ear,. tal flight. . ,.11...
e irs superson c anseon nen- 1.),
1 14 11ALBOA TIDES the selection, i4 a. new Repub- been expelled by the AFL-CIO. trio is billed es "Jimmy Ilay- damage yesterday to Britain's
- ', , newest and biggest airraft i
morrow Oilloie ,, th f t I tr fi G' .,
lican Natfotial, chatritan, ,, ex-, Pointedly uninvited to yester- wood and the Two Cut-Ups." ., ,..-
. In the dramatic grouP Sot John Canal Eone residents whir.de!, riervi '-'; : I'l ',o ,' '.. . .... ,
'' SATURDAY,- APRIL 11 pected to be Sen. Thurston Mor- days, meeting was the west .. ' ',- ' '' Navy Lt Malcolm S. Carpenter, ,... omomestlie ..
D. Finlay Jr. and David E. side to secure Panamanian' citi- ".!, , brwiM T 1 ''. '14 .4
ton of Kentucky.
C',1;1 '''.; ''' coast International Longsbore- h f Fire, fighters last night c o n- 33, from Boulder,' Colo., assigned 3.:.' ''. 1 IC"1141!, ::- :,.4' v
,- HIGH Because Churchill no longer men's and Warehousemen's Un- being re re,
, re, senhipi cedulas are
Netts bot rom the Caribbean quered the names in the HMS to the U.S. Hornet im.arati-submtv, ' .' '' 'i'
-, -Time' Ht. occupies an official position in ion, headed by Harry Bridges: orded
Forces Network staff, rec minded that beginning tomor- Ark Roral a 43 000-ton g i a n t rine aircraft carrier, as 'air Intel- '.' ,.
, .. an excerpt from George Bet- row April 11 and continuing .1 J y oR
. ,., 3,..23,.m. 14.6 ft. the British Empire, his visit to which was exnelled from :the ........1 eh ....,. drIN,s. T..... ' which cost 560 million.
- MAP, a. ..a.. .,111-1.. vuTifietia, ...,,,I. ligence officer-He is married with -- .',

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- lernoon wnen a SPaint nom a. wem- L. Air Fore Capt. Leroy G. Coep, a
:' tilu URN OE -,
, Hioorumsaei exnpaeTtreed, tniiiiaLt -.,,whe Ewisneint! aunadmmHuanpisstaiddomthiantatilfonth. Lurwuran ; :; -;-
eel; torch touched off oil m the Off 32 from$ Shawnee, Okla., l',.. ", ', .. I,
1 1-1,:,, LOW to-r-tne -Ail,A-rin'y-coropetition. in-g-jprocsedure--a-t either Para's
bilges -of. a, holler room. ma'rried and has two daughters. ,, ',. ,' '
i 'i '- me, Ht. howers would entertain for the wished to enter the cooperat- Classical guitarist ,Sp5 Restituto Banta. Cruz, or Rainbow Citt,
' :80 LIM 0.8 ft. former Prime Minister, now in ing trroup, its admittance wOuld Concepcion of the USARCARIB
School was' runner-up in classic- made for representatives of the i
Arrange m e n t s have been Eight eiviiianS and four sat- Currently ossioned to the '' per.' .,,,,o,: rt:L i ., .,
fected by smoke, but there were she mph) tett division, et Ed- ON CLIIIiiiNo- WWII ta
ferment enpinearine branch et in uu mn tun -- , '.:- -..
his eighties. be up to the members. al instrumental soloist c I a s s panama Electoral Board',t0, Set ors were treated after being af af,
, af, r417;:.... while, the "Southern Ramblers" uy cameras and other -equip- no casualties. Int ,
wards Air Pores Rata; Cag-; faun IIM
,
cattle close behind the winner in ment and materials EiaturdaY The, gbh) normally carries a
1 4,, , . the country and. western grout). and Sunday at .the Faraise- Navy Lt. Crodr.,Weiter M. Schir, ' .. 1211 an ''
crew of 2,500, but orily o skele , -. ... &Nowt 4ilot EIS?: li ,'.1
,
, PRICES ,n
, 0 n 0 let EILIlla 'VDS).151 11 Members of the troupe are iFvt school gymnasium. They will be
Jesse W; Howard, Pfc. Anthony ao 8 cm. to 7, p,an. ton complement was,. on board ii., I 1 : z,,, 1 hauttortwitoolownsaosoci , ,..,
while the carrier underwent re- V. le
B. I-hitching and pirt. Billy E- scPrhaseednutle'n,1 ',. ..- :', fitting here. .. , 4... . ,
Litt KCiCK S: 4 ' '' iindamotglaY:;millINTAIV:, ,-:
..:''
i -'-' .11't :
. DAY .75 -- .4..
IN ''.:, q v Gossett, all of Fort Clayton. Y
! p ---. The pectoral Board repren- ,,,, 1 .1; r,t 4.0 v 0 pa,; ates uain ,, ,,- ,..,,' : ,. ,, 2
t i I --.., ; 2 ',7- opritativot ton h at Pontign,n i il 11 Moder .. L '''

N Vt. t , I T sentences win oe at raraiso'on I uulles'uers A-Ka
.,,,. .1 A AI 7
' F 1,, .,,; jig , r London Dal y- ou
-11 it id the same schedule Are II 18' and' Y School Control'
., ,.
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t ,, ... 19; litsSente Cruz school 1;1
8Y-- Test ir orce
"At A. F .. ,
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ii :.,! , nastunt 'April 25 and 26,L, and 4 ,,, !, ,,,,,,,, , -.
trrrLE ROCK,' 'iiik.'' (UPI) 14
r4AKER
, Break ?Homosexuals mbotiwy c2iatyr,,d.3h,00sintraintnthsetutatozin Florida'..;,Hopital Moderates who oppose ,Goc.,, Orval
,

. ThroallBedroll,edmWinathIMeagailloathilit
!ipparently had ,control,,,, ,,, , ,:,?EstltD IH;. ,,.. -,
, N..., ', ,, ResidEnts will be Raided. in HOBE SOUND, Fla. (IIPI)Sec (IIPI)Sectt
tt (IIPI)Sectt ti,11, ock School ,11 rd
i L .f ' ' ' Mat 90; 10; 'and May 16 and .17. ' .' -;" L'..''.., 4' ,,.
Grip On Threaster filling A Out applications for '.te- retary of State John Foster Dulles 1
Ili 'it '.. .! ,0.75 .---, ,0 40 ,
3 -,,'' , -. e. tot 1, totimAKER d those whd have', al aldulas
dulas aldulas an underwent X-ray etudies yester- The ,moderates,,v ma or y,, ap , ;, ,,t; , 1 , ;
P wy peered yesterday '', after a -, re- 3:06 I- 5:02 .- 6-758 1144 p.sis!, 4 :,, : f,
, ,
LONDON (UPI)The Daily, Et- ready; completed their applita dil et tbe pet,' te,acti, Air Force ',4o . s
. ,, 4 4; unt of votes ea t In the school y ' ' ' ,..., ,,'' :
r .5! ",
(11"..
' ticle considered re repress,
press, repress, in an ar tions will be photographed and Esse PnsPiisil Faubus' segregation tactiesottodthaye ktiEt4' "... WI i .K.'4:';',
.
fingerprinted., The ceoulas will Special, tissiqant 4 ALloseph N. board election of Dec, 4 showed trosompelosap6-,60- 4
eattiche tooMwveresrsre",:i,Tra.nheagrifaiteL.I.es,.,,,,,W.:::.. d,:g.treie.:;,:.R,,e....eo:e.be,,'...wir;t.:::,n.W,.el.,. ,)' 5.3,,i,th., ,b.:6, ...D. :. 4., , .. .' ..'
il,',. ; !,'::-' 4, 4,A4'-'42 ....,:,.",:. ''.4'l, ,..1,. !"' ,, I Thornton Wilder's markably frank, demanded today
entearyssmiduLto' pearl o pn
, Greatest Comedy! :
!UV? AN 'VIOLENT
tthh:itrhopmeleixtniaolsn's'beadritvheenatrfriocmat thhee',Issiceud7uclialtofskicienteorn dp ta treu far vo em.
'Caere"; rthedie toa,ft
,, ,, , t i I k 2 ; ,,4 : , -; ). hA KI,,,i
,., ,. nue in. Panama City or on ilth Alt Force Base, hospital for X-ray
power:, ,,'
) ,;L,.-,1,,,,, L,, studies as( e ,part of the evalua.-
i '. , -, .. '',1,'', ,,
The dipatch brought into the Street in:Colon.
open. wbat)has' been whispered : -' .. bon of-the, regress ,of his ton- She was declared loser by 11I that talt,',', A 1 ,,,,. ,f,,,.,
,. , ,
about for years In Lenden's West 0,
2 G''-1; GPI. C edit'. vI loco coo t ','t,',',',
. . t 1 imin 'more than 600
0 votes I, ,, i4
-- ., ''', lescence a4; ge. has,,,,, stretuelied to votes last December, but ,Illed
,
' ..,'''''t .. you've ever soon!
ne differenteg movie End It seemed certain te, cause '''..,,,.. ,,y, S r ; Hobe Sound.. Greene and Dr. mu e s
tOffillat,,, ',., A.4k41.,,i, ..
,,------, ',..e 01 considerable. controversy. .t
'' ''''''''. ''' thdewseercdretryit, onent,itnite tereipe.m"--Pented
11, ,, ',.,- ,,6, Ivy A AlC0 Writer John Deane Potter took 0
For; oving Rotok...
(up pital ' '' ''
' fi:., ther on the visit ,to the hospital, I 4
will not be 4,. final untif Circuit , , ; ., ',,T,'',j-., J ,.'..') 's, ::' : ,,,' ,,
'' 14e.04' .
.4 7 ri (0"' I,' Hp" as the theme of bit artkle the Ali ,' Greene refused 'to, elaborate fui. ,, The actual count in the electIon cOptc$1 .
John Crank, ".,31-year-old chereo- ,,,- , ,
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,
, r. itL litl o ist
1 omit N
,, arrest and fining yesterday of Furr 'N C
er avy ras ,,.:. exce t to sa', fthat "X-ra s were
,, P Y Y Judge J.., Mitchell ',. ...,L '3, 4,,
L.A.
4, , 11)0 ,,,,,,o ,..L. made by technician at the hos- whether .votes t, ,, , 1
,,, aat,,,C0oucktariedlol ',rutheletra 's.,:-,:',tit:. 11
I
t'',.',0' '--.
Ilt L -'' 01 looli S If you have a sense grapher and, revue star., fer'"im- ,' MC:MUMMA, Japan
r, , .,,, ,,, ,(..i
is- convalescing here at week ''
portuning", men.' '11 The U.S. Navy has credited two' Doll he might rule, on it next !. .;:,,
' of humor about S-E-X, This, said Potter, bee 1,-.-come sailorv with saving their 'partly .: es proper wards are legal.711e said
after,s, tne bome n ersecee ary .,-ci
of U d t i '' ; l'' '''' ''' ' 1.'',"'',, 1.
' see "The Matchmaker", known as "the West End vice." submerged submarine '' -it State' C.. Douglas Dillon after ta- "it
I ,:,' 'L..'
, , , , "Crank is the latest on the list was rammed by a destroyer:Alm, 1 '',
onint,hoest,60. toehrde,mheanat' oseaigd- -, ,11L 1,101 if ',. ,, ....,,,:..,!:---,,--,,,, '..:''......,'.':,!,
,
i0) ' ,,L .. , of fatifiounidetage names who uhaave ing maneuvers Sunday. ,,,,,
-- eiatien .trestments or cancer.
. , v anti-FMaursb.usS fteoPrileeeineW
IllrebvoalidIS,1; t4h2e ,. '' .L; ,,,,
f,-
guilty of thip, se lid ..quAart:irpos ki:sromaanakftthenamvaeln hweeared ''' 'Ye, sterday waa the ,first3time he I
ma ority over the segregationists. I
l''' ': ,, has4 left, the ,Dillon estate since Laster. the ,
k it,- ? 4:
behaviour," he wrote. , his'', val I ". week, Th Air
. arri ast e
t J. '0' 2'..'' "It ,has become a sour common- instrumental in, finding e !leen In Force base is about 40 Miles from he would go te jail te
the after 'section of tbe Aubmarill Hobo Sound,4, ,,...0 ,, segregation. ;.., : -,.., ', -7- .; ; T :,,. ,',-f.,,,it . : 4,1
regationist
' Coiled ,,T preserve '.,. .1, 1, ,, ,.:,, ,., ,.,,..
,' ,, i place, in the ,, West End theatre
,
.. that. unless you.. are a -member Raton, and isolating k to prevent -r, ,r,,71,..", ,..., ' , , ,,, ,;,, .,,,, -., ;. ..,,,;., ,.. ,....,,, ,. ,,, -,..7.- -11 -... : ,,
, ,,
,. , q ', Mg ''i of an unpleasant freemasonrY furthe,r- flooding.
' , 5, your chances of 'success areyoften ,,, Thejlaton wan., at perisc pe
o '' C ist bai ud e
4 j ..:-;' P. ''' 1 .I.' v :. 14A. r4NOki6'''.4'.' ., i ":.
133313EL9E:12323:1 r 0 g k'' ; ...,' 1. .1- 1 ,,-.
-, 0 , lessoned.1,Foe the theatre is far depth,' when the destroyer Mac.
, ',,,; -,! -1,- ,p ). iit , ,, t too, full,bofttetalrlongloir,,,te: a, Keniozie rammed it during, exercis ";,,,., ,.',' )," '1 t- 1 4" 41' , , ,,'
.4 ,
, f .4., k
. .1. ..,
the' Western Pacific to test i',''', 4' 1',ale '' ', 2, ,, ,Lt, ,',,,-s.,,, a i,, ,,-g- ,,,L. 3. "," : ,,". .' '
matte. Mat ,e ,, 7,,,,'-i s'eget ' iiie ther ple C.4re'eell "new anti 4. submarine techniques ''''' ,, lit-, Stotes' Imo,
e sal ese peo ,, ,,
because, they wielded great per- Neither vessel was damaged seri- ,'
. )
LL, p ., et the Cristbal 1VIagistrate s Ai ,.
I OV '"' i.
: ,i'.!',,ko. Bonet and professional power snd molly and there were no injuries ti ',.
."' -''," -Tr slro 44,11r1 -. tt is expected' that.'session,is am" lifeE i ';',''.'1 ,;',
-', i N ,',1 k,,--
0 II ,. couid corrupt many young men of 'crewmen. ,, ., ,. At ,,,-, ,,,, e :.... k
r ,. the emergency' e,:t absence rom 06a 110 A r ,.
. , ',,li,4 ,, who want to mLake the theatre The Navy announced on arrival :,, 7 rla 41
, 'SO' i Court will be adjoueried dying .4 ., :
the Canal Zone of Judge' toren 1 I .1 1, G GI 1 ',L ;
'. their career. -Young actors had of the cessels,bere yesterday that ....,L,L. , gli,, A,
, . J,'4
oftNi complained to him, be said. the, two crwemen who played a ,
'
, ,' 4 , rt,,,,,: , 'hat it was iMpossible to get shead herele part in .saving the ,Baton ,,,,.; i4i' ift.,, ,,,,, T, 'V .. Ilillsinger wits called to Syra ., A" ,,,,,,,,, ,.. ,..,, ,, st
,,, we,. Ftseo-til.4.43gP di : B.' Iillainger,' the Magistrate., '''-' j,uHti" Imo", .. ,.., .,..,
',Al, MonY a 91-1Y wh 11'1"-j" ""11"1.L1' '2 deuseaeth
'., l ,4,' i trAlltill 1511,-; f they did not plaY' along", were Berman .1, Carlson. of Al, , 1,. SARRYMORE, 'i,-
' (-",,, ' 1 ' ,." II Litt) 9oroto in41 1,4 John Wheel 11 es
' :' ,,, ,,:f Directed by vovAph AnthonyProduce4 bot DOn a an.' p , ,aY ''These are evil men" Potter buquerque, NM., an' interior'eom- 'ileect et the house it oni.yootoochoir. Hflinet isoNiexpebyi!:::::y.0;thl:toteeTrr.;dmea:yFur:to.r.1)3tv:Lo..7tif,eie:1 ;', 4..1,7:: ,: :,',..,.xeavotwewo..t.timo ...To , .,,, ..:
',aid. "They have; spun their web muniestions electrician Brernan,3 r;', .., of silo amendment cow s nger .4'1 '' i ' MOn k, KAM.RM,," '.. y i
. '. ,:,.!,,', :,, ', .11t,i. 1 ',' '' trtoli the 'Play viTnomton Wader , ,, 'rough the, West End until Aoday and .Radarman Ye-John I. Crock- r, 7-- r-,- ,,, -',
, 6 t is a simmering ,scandal." ett of 'Tucson, Arts, ," i 4,4, , ,,, - ..,, day. ',',, ,L ,, v.,, :,. to,;, ..,, ,. ,,sr------ r r

Wald. -Tney nave spun their wen' munitations electrician Jirtm11.1; man 01 lb" entellicannlint 1:". I nulatim6v1 e r ."' 1 miunRooment I e
1'1 'rough the West End until 'today' and Radartnan 2C John L. Crocit- weals
-
He la exPegted to return Idon 11 t,, I