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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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02883

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tions roptring suli-normal..rain;
fall, according' to the ,monthly
weather,' report 'issued', by the
Meteorolo g e al: 'and Hydro Hydro'
' Hydro' graphic ,Branch, r t
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.16 of, in 'Inch 'of rainfall at 13
stations and totals ranged tom
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'Zug it seven .-stations., Total
.,,c-; rainfall since' ttie' first- of this
year .wts, the 'Second lowest in
-48 yeint, ",
w The, Meal'i temperature for
' the month' was 8196 degrets. Or
nine degrees above normal. Tbe
-' ','' bighest temperature recorded
the 'Canal Zone was 97 de.
' grees on March 27,, at Balboa
'where,. the maximum
temperature exceeded 90 degrees
on, 29 days('
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itentive ionitentive l'rho'nth.,when. runoff
!rem the Gatun Lake basin was
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stied' for extensiye changesand redecoration. ot the, interior which will,mako it a more ,,,co,lort,ui
!;'' and ',cheerful, place to visit' 4.7 ,,, ,-,r-1 ,
! plant for the, modernis'ation'oi the..seiviee center !were completed reiently anebids on the
; P titre nit beln solicited by thk Panamg Canal Company. 'They. be,,opened,Airil In
-thre!eldminietotio Building at' Balboa Heightst -1, :;;-,
., ;, The, work 7will,,consist,mainly in redecoratin,e. enovat'ing sale!, .-,Merch,
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COlOr wilt be used extensively,
steurshowcases and merchandising
shelving will be installed,.and
moderf recordiection with reord
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SOT1111AMPTON; '.,! Eng I, a nd
CLIPI).Jael the,. parakeet, former
mtiscoV: of the thip'a officers ,of
the liner, 4ueen Elizabeth, was
talking to himself today., was
beached because suneratitiottaSea suneratitiottaSeamen,
men, suneratitiottaSeamen, felt was a ,Jonah.
41'.1oei steweal away on theliner
about two months ago, flykrg. in
through a porthole; He was adopt adopted
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it luxury eage"0"-1,,
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crew begaa to grumble .that the
weather eeemed to have taken a
tum for the 'worse, The crew. nar narrowed
rowed narrowed the, blame down..to
Reports that, the ,crew regarded
joey as an Ill-omen fi nal ly
reached the captain's ears.
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Cmdr. George Morrie deelded1
that Joey must The 'bird,
which had made 10 'transatlantic
crossings,. Wag assigned to perma permanent
nent permanent short, duty in the home of
Clunlo-r officer' in Southampton,

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wid be located in' the arm ,where
magazines are now 'sold..
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The aria -fornterly'o cuPied:
the,offiee will be made-into a sales
sectionicir drugs. Afterthe clung.
es.-' magazines and 'other articles
will be sold in a otparate section.
Also included in the Plans is a new
inside -Antrangc: to tho Balboa
-Theater; 'tr.;
; The wbrk should be Completed In
about three' months. ."

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WASHINGiObl ?,(111'15 L.or At
space Aeadquirters on, H, Street
they were introducing the seven
test 'pilots 'from 'whom out, fhlt
wince man' will be chosen.1
Boom .224 of the Senate Office
Building ,Set1. John Stennis
Miss.) was. running a hearing at
which experts discuseed the perils
the space man 'will face,. tind how
they think they, have licked 'ern.
"He may not be comfortable,
and he probably won't be," Brig,
Oen. Don D. Flickinger,' in Air
Force space cloctor, told Stennis'
space subcommittee. "But he'll
come out ,of it nor worse for the
wear," ,'
, Stennis admitted he had been in
tort of a hurry when he studied
physics, So he said-there is a lot

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' A meeting in Ale 'Archbishop's
felecs in ?enema Uity was pre presided
sided presided over this mormng by, Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop Francis Beckman.
Poinsma' Newsmen's, ',Union pres president
ident president Ricardo lince' proposed the
establishmpt of first aid posti,,
chiding one in Santa It'e; indenek
dent 41" the National Guard.
' He' suggested k, 'each,- such post
should be steffed' by 'two doctors,
two 'nurses,,, end:, two bombevs
'airmen). 'rhe 'bomberos have' a
long-standing record etc an inde independent
pendent independent force rin Panama in times
of political trouble,":
Aithhisbose Reckmeti' seld
'wedkr, maim-4 'nationwide radio
W4,1440'0)141 rionight, fot: on ,end
bloodelted,:' ,;
,,,s At thit Morning's meeting a com-,,
mittee,' 'watt tformed 'comprising
Archbishop Beckmat Jcheirinen),
Panetta, Lions Club president,:' Pa Pablo
blo Pablo Paz, Rotary Club president Ri Ricardo'
cardo' Ricardo' Brin; Panama Medical' As Associ'ation
soci'ation Associ'ation president 'Juan Jose Co
rrea; Miss Gracieli ,ReMOIV rep representing
resenting representing the Panama Red CTOSS;
Pawns Nurses' Association 'ores-.
ident Ruth, Perez, de' Perk ramp.
maBar Association president Car Carlos
los Carlos Enrique's, Adamer,, Linee, end
Teresa ,Lopez de Vallerins, ass,Se.-
retary el the commission. ,,' 7!
The-University' Students
ion has called it publiS meeting
in,, Santa Ana ,Plaza' Jor 1430
tonight tit honor the, memory
of slaitt rebels Eduardo Santos
Blanco and Rodrigo Pinznn. who
: the union declares fell ire-Cerro
'rute "for a better Pfiname fOr
'Penetnenlans," '4'
The Panama Studenti iedera iederation,t
tion,t iederation,t the 'University Students
'Union and the i3econdary Ptu Ptudents
dents Ptudents Union have declared three

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understan& Ile 'said one. thing he
did, get from the hearing was, that
Christopher Coluinbus' was no' ni nioneet
oneet nioneet at' all. comrpared to the first
n:11,1) to fly -off ,into
,, Stennis understood. also about,
miles to the galione and was hap happy
py happy 'to hear that our, first manned
satellite won't really be 'aes costly,
to rum
,,"On the basis of '2,1-hour
flight,", said Maximo Irage,, one,
'of the! space agency experts, ,.ftit
' will ,burn 200,000 pounds of fuel.
1 and in terms of gasoline mileage'
if you., want to, look) at it that'
',waythat is little more ,thati 151
miles to the gallon."
1 Stennia said maybe;thld moot'
that the Cadillacs in which some
locators ', like :locket around'

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row, morrow, for Blanco..
National Guard units are
reported' t have intercepted
at least four youtha no the
e road between. Santiago and
, Santa Fe., All four are believ believed
ed believed to have4. been trying to join
tha rebels., 4
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Jhe rebels, who may have
split into two, bands, are
thought to be moving down
from the molMtain tops where
they have vent the past week,
and heading Via the valleys to.,
wards Caftazaa. ,
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, The National Guard continues
to replace 'its, pursuit weary
tr0ops in, the mountains.',,Bmall
units are Constantly beinglriov beinglrioved.'ht
ed.'ht beinglrioved.'ht and Out of Santa ,Fe by
light plane,s gild Land Rovers
Itoung Bodolto 'Magas,' who it
the first of the priginal rebel band
to ,he captured, estimated that the
grouP is comprised of about 30 'men
who operate wilder order' from
GUtierres.' ,,,
He said group from Pima.
ma City,' including Jaime Padilla
Belize Alvaro Manandos and Gd..
Harris,' were lainad at Santiago
by anothor group from that city,
at about 9 part. last Friday bight
whom, they started aut'''for. San
Francisca whir. thoy raidod the
arms shwa' of ,Assamblyman Sao
turnine Arraechp.
Murgas dale' a. taking part in 'the
Monday ambush inlybich National
Guard Capt.', Omar Torriloa was
wounded. The "Ming rebel claiMs
the apibush Was set up by a small

Washington bars :uew compel.
Lion. What Stennis knoweabout the
gas mileage, of wain't
bronght out. lt,novi he, sdrpes
it Buick, himsello, ;
Anyway, !react was sort of kid kiddineabout
dineabout kiddineabout the gas mileage of ,the
first manned satellite. But be and
,other bright( young men, who
spent the day explaining patiently
to Stennis as Co. the theory and
oractice, of space travel weren't
kidding et all when they said it
is just a !natter of time till we
put one man, end then several,
and finally a tirbole bunch, into
orbit ;, s
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, Ho 'rich time, they, never did
exactly. They seemed to be
looking toward 1961 for the first
'lone Irian, onirday9 space trip.
They salcV l'twe men twt
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The: Becieete-Devid telephene line was found to have been cut in- two place.-
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thought,the Boqueteijaidire may, be, planning to apen a 'second rebellieti
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jfrantert,the elopej 54f El Banii to liesen preseure on'' the rebel band',which has been
eithe len frir',e4eekln'theimountains 9f Veraguas.f'f.
, Meanwhile 'et, yrisotitirivealed that 'the leader if the'Yeraguai ribele is 'Samuel
tutirrez; a- young aithiiteCt; who' is ,a .former, secritar of the PaniiM ci Students Fed Fed-
- Fed- eration... 1 ,'
'.'.1tedolfci;Minias 'the 17-year-old prisoner tapered yesterday put the rebel
. strength' in' the Veraguas mountaini at about 30,men.f
He becanie separated 'rpm -the, rebel group. after Monday! skirmish in,,whic
iiiotebels were killed,"end Wei trying to find his way doWn from the hills to Santiago
-whek"Ncitional Gaard patrol picked, him up en,thcfrailleading,froni.Cuay
'ti Santa. :
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are 'tout; tWo'Guardarneii. Wounded in iction seiierarGuardsmeri out:of
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ltotiOrt- with non7Oombat ,,,, ',60'
Barrosti. of:the thirictut-,dotaohniint of-ithe National A GuarAL was', in
thirge of tholAiicond front tiono 44tain the'
, At the' same time, efforti.Wore beinig adi to enlist church and groUpt to ,htink

groin:, that had,betn ordered to go 1
1 downhill to delay, the pursuit.
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',Be explained that the band
slaughtered several head,.of cattle,
and salted 'and 'dried-the meat so
that they:Would have plenty tri.eat
whqe thby are on the march., r
In addition'. Murgas said twn ,or
three times a .,day some biscuits
wete pissed around which were
"very 'nutishing' and niade 'yeti
fee,1 filled and Itrongit
,, Ha Oise denied being a membit
Of tha four-man group, of .whkh
' two ware killed when theytware
tiotorciptect by a National Guard ,c
Antret4 noartho 5uat legion
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-Murgall said, hd had been" wan-'
dering Idone lilt thehiliti for three
days in att attempt to make his
warbaCk' to, Santiago,to go P Into
hiding,:,; ''.,:, l', -4' ' e;
' Ho said ile had bist centactiwith
the 'main band following Mondayil
battle,. in which Blanco and Tinzon'
were killed, but ho said be bad no
regrets ov,erjoining thip band,-
, Muiga said' the band Wat'well
disciplined during tho climb' bp
"the mountainside. They fought 'oft
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the cold by using thic woolen
blankets and ,by ,, ding': tha
night, in abandoned h si In ad.,'
, dltion tcthe dried moat and bis
t cults, they ate plenty of oranges
,.and other frUits. "',: :., ,re.-..,:;; .,
AsIted why ',' tie, was. ;unarmed
when captured, he said that he was
given a,;.22' rifle. 'but he't did' not
have it with him when he decided

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:.,' -A4..arn',1' n 61 masked itien jaided the Istational Guard po stilt ItOquete before dawn today, grabbed a, quantity of arm",
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' I' d am nition and made off up the mountains towards J arsmillo. They' took tWo gslat ona Guardsmen-with t epl, as ..,
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: :, At 1;30 Rim unknown men attsekedl the poquete home of retired Z,on,..ian DilyialLS,asse snd stole a shotgun. .o,,
) The Boiluite 'electrielty supply failed-before the raid, just as 'the electricity in SaniYraneiseo de yeraguas failed,
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hortly before.last.Enday mght s raiders got away loth thou sands.of rounds of ammunition ,frontia store there... .-
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style' rebels, took to the,Veraguas tmountains one week age hisS'"
night based on official and. uniffi,lak reports
REIEEkS KILLED IN ActioN
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RODRIGO PINZON, of Santiago, Veraguas, a student it
the National' InStitilte here. ,, ,,"
;OSLIROGEILID-GIRON, 11, the, son of National' Guirdlt,'.
man and a tresidene$of MT.!: :
, EDUARDO,SLADICOilli sesident ranalkli
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have it with him when he del
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weeks" venture should come
along "severr years after that.
Thepdidn't fix a- timetable at tit
for the next etep...a half dozen
men; to stay Maybe a ',, half
year,, ozi ,a stmanent station in
snug,' 0"' A
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' Subcommittee Members sat In
wonder 'And, unsenatortal silende
as the scientists told ovith
tures end charts how the first,
space pilot' will be flung into or.
bit, lying on his be,ek on couch
in an ineulated capsule on, the
nose of a atlas rocket.' Once in
orbit, 'his touch will be upended,
so he sits In a normal, position,
He will peer' through a, pert pertseope,"ata
seope,"ata pertseope,"ata optimize the earth dis disPlaY"
PlaY" disPlaY" This turned out to be a
scientific, way of paying 'that be.
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disgruntled student 'whi'attack7
ed crown Prince Akihito and
Princesto Michlko t doylpg,, their,
wedding 1:processiortwl yesterday
saidronly s a few dalts he,
would like tO kill the L',11, to
ths, Japanese thronsit police re repo,rted
po,rted repo,rted
They' t kensetstt Nakaya Nakayams4,419,4'
ms4,419,4' Nakayams4,419,4' student ors.nart Marx
whe flunked4 411,9 college en-1
trance 'examinations' twice, this
yeat,, vas' 'neither a ',Communist
nor mentally Unbalanced,;,' but
long bad' been harboring a
festeting ,liate; foe,' the royal
faMIJY, ';' '
riecentlk told e gasoline
station,' attendant, that Ytheress
no, ileed te .spend Irest;deal
of money' on the crown-prince's
weddine 6,4 police ;8pokesmar
Laid. .!'; i.;r '
'if t had machifie-gun, I
would ,Alke 'Shoot him L the
)'outh ,'-waCquoted, as saying,
Police. beim' lintiL, tomorrow
evening ,to file charges against
Nakayame who threw, two large
stones,' at,,, the,4, newlyweds and
then trect to,,, pull them from
their marport and gold open
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know, whigh (way is up 'unless' be
has someThing to look at ;' s,)
4 On the first', flight, he, vrtiliit. be
expected to make pore Wan two
or three' weststoesst tours of the
earth. Then.d 'coming In over the
Pacific toward California he will
fire three, reverse action- rockets
to slow himself ,down,41e will4 re.
enter theYatmosphere about over
Cape. Canaveralio,11:14 hia takeoff
point, .N ,4
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:Al small parachute will lop out
4t 60,000 feet to slow him down
further,: and s, bigger, one when
he gets down to 10.000. On that
one, he will drop into the auk
hopefull beside. one of the four
ships that will be waiting to fish
him out.
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ruling requiring operators- 'of
motor vehicles to come 1..
full stop for school busses in
the Canal Zone will become ef-14e,
fective tomorrow, ,'
4 Tha;ruling, which ,Is an,a4,-
mendment to the Canal Zone,1
Traffic ,Itegulations, was signed::
last, month byllov. W. E. Pot-
ter, tt requiret 011 operators of
mtor vehicles:, ,to ceme to.:,
full stop when Meeting or ver-
takirig from either direction. ant
school bus 'which, has' stopped
'01V the' highway'. to receivo or
discharge passengers.,
The 't arnendment r. requires a
vehicle t; stop aLleast 10 feet
rfrom such a school busi, either :2
in 'front or at (the rear. as the
ease niat)' be,' and,, sball not, ."
'proceed until 'the, ,sehool,
moves on or, until he tcolves
"signal 'from a policeman:4r
from the school bus drivek.,-.

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' Igational toin Week will he'-ob;
served locally by the Isthmian Nu,.
mismatie Society With exhibito'ion ;,
both sides of the Isthmus. t,)' 0, 6,,
. Included in the displays will iti,,-,,,
a large collection of,,, gold toles, t
early colonial silver, silvet toins ';,,,,
from,nearly,every eountry of th ,., ',
world,' high militerr ,, lecorationt I,, ,
3nd other historical medals. J 1 ,,, is,
The soeiety will have the exhibit .,'
on Monday at the Cristobal. Tost
Office; Tuesday, Balboa .TWRAISO;
Wednesday, Cristobal Comlnissaryt t 1
Thursday. Cristobal High 'School; ,:71
Fridayr Fort Gulick Service Ctn.
ter: k,aturday,,,1 Cristobal YMCA
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4A, special displarwill te shown
1 to members of the,Cristobal-Colon -,
Rotary Club on Tuesday, April 21. .,
,;Thet. president of the society, .,
dam. F.,Ierley; bai assigned s.,
committee to each of Oh exhibits., ,, ,
, g, The themhol this year's event le ,;;,','
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t As a fellow who is strongly op opposed
posed opposed to tampering with other peo peoPle's
Ple's peoPle's customs (Le., pie for:break for:breakfast,
fast, for:breakfast, peas with a knife), I am real
sore at Miss Nalissa Sid Cara,
1 the first Algerian Moslem WOMAn
, tO sit in the French National As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, and now a seeretary of
state.
, Miss Nafissa, obvieut:y art
old maid, by Algerian standards,
has just scored a resounding
tory 'for her side, womanhood, and
Allah knows what the results Will
be.
For Many a thousand year the
Moslem man had it Made.. He
, could makry up to four.,,wives,
and if he needed a Stttoltler re re,
, re, placement or the Fatima katted
up,I, be could get rid of lair
" shirt merely b saying, 111 di.
Vorce you," dive times. Otit she
weht.-flat,imndari.,djidabalf.
Largairdue ihe lobbying Of
Mist Nafissa,' the French k v
1. just nullified the old ruling, and
trom now bn divorce:Will be giant giant,
, giant, ad only efter a hearing by,,a lila'
gistrate, with alimony,and all the
t. other bOOOS of civilization laid on.
e The reasOn I( am. Sore n; et; Miss
Nafisti is that for years I have
'eau telling Mania- that 'ff she
didn't behave herself, I '.,,-;would
k just ,nip over to Algiers 'and mut muto
o muto ter, 1'X-divorce you,','. three times
t WO' II1Y, beard. A.
1. This was a pretty good threat,
d too, besause there was a ruling in
c, Moslem Cairo the other day that
e a non-Moslem could divorce' his
8 wife if he were a resident of
gypt by the same easy process.
The air fare is more expensive
t. to Cairo from Where I live than
te it la to Algiers.,
d Miss Nafissa's frenzied lobbying
18. has troduced other sweeping,
t. changes, designed to give Mos,
lem women the same rights as
Europeans. For the first 'time,
consent by, the lady was made
g part of the marriage law. ,
e. Before fresh French loi ordre
t. came to Algiers, a fither could al alfiance
fiance alfiance daughter while she was
u still kicking in the Crib,' and f, the
,n could not say him.nay ,when
, .f came nuptial time,, even if Pa had
engaged her ,to Foxy Grandpa. -,
1-e Women being the flighty flibbar flibbartigibbets
tigibbets flibbartigibbets they are,, I think this
n was a sound law, Ind Pa :could
more or len COUOt on not having
le a Miss Nana Sid Cara dashing
te
in around the suffragette fringeonir fringeonir-
- fringeonir- ring,,up, the debutantes
Moreover, the new French de decree
cree decree tett the minimum 'age t for
rt marriage 'et 15 for the girls and
11 18 fiir the boys, Which is a dreads-
Jul thing) really.
e- In the good old days, when
d- cle Abu WAS sr frisky colt, any
' girl .considered herself an o

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MOVIE BLIJKIS3
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who writes the movk blurbs for the weeldy Sales and Service
flyer? Whoever it is not oy hasn't seen the movies he talks about.
but has never read anyone else's reviews, nad I sometimes wonder
if he's eve' read a book.
, He seldom tells what the movie is reallY abotit and hail 'been so
far off the beim at times that it is amazing. The most recent boo booboo
boo booboo wac "The Story of Esther Costello." The Zonians who reedit lot
know this excellent story of an Irish girl wio was blinded and deal dealened
ened dealened an explosion. She was brought to the United States by
well-to-do American woman and taught tci. read Braille and -tos talk
with her fingers. The theme of the story is the way in Which an, ap appeal
peal appeal in her name to help similarly afflicted children got out of coo
trol in the hands of avaricious people. -;' 4
But our reviewer said that the story of Esther Costello is about
a woman betrayed by her husband.
It would bi nice if we could depend upon the flyer to give us an

a woman betrayed by her husband.
It would be) nice if we could depend upon the flyer to give us an
authentic by-line. The movies tie old when we get them and except
for the onee that have had a great deal of publicity, are not being
reviewed currently at the time our theelers show them.
Once in a while there is a good English import too. that- we
haven't heard about. A recent one with a Sappy, title atid stupid re re,
, re, view in the flyer was an excellent movie called "A lown,Likoi Alice."
Somcthing tbld me to go to see it and as thn story unfolded I re recognized
cognized recognized it ar being besed on a story by Nevi) Shut. whinh was ae-1
, rialirod in the Ladies Home Journal tinder:the title 110,The
Why can't we have honest reviews' and a check .irsterill That
gives us a hint as to a movie's merits, Stone neopin will go to anv,
kind of a movie and most Zonians send theirfitti. children, to every
movie regardlese of its fltneas or whethe4 te will Interest then' -or
not just to be rid of them for awhile but I would rather stay at home
than sit through a lousv movie.
We know that we get nine lousies to each good movte in the C,,jt
theaters but nee in Awhile a good one thsd w0 don't know about
gets by us. But if you believe our reviewer they are all sonA. 1
Gee Whit.

Sir
A Coto counle owns a viciou' dog. They knew beforn tpev took
the dog tbnt it was mean. The Rog! has jumged at 'motile. and has
torn the front 'erten on the door when someone ha" knooreels
If this dog ever joint's at mv ehild. or at PnV CPIt 'f(tr Mgt mat matter,
ter, matter, I'm sure there will he metro than a law snit in store for its own owners.
ers. owners. Must we wait till the dog does attack before we can remedy
this dangerous tituation?
'Why dots the Navy allow anyone to keep 'such a dog in their
quarters?

Cocoll Rsichint

EQUAL PAY
Why so much fuss just because Deputy Aquilino Boyd suggests a
50-50 split of the Panama Canal's erosii revenue7
Ren. Daniel J Flood al-Pa ) can stand gin in Conctross and make
, all sorts of stiggestiona 'which involve outolebt violating of treaty
prevision,' between the US and Panama.' The Grillo-ma on the 74mo
don't make anv feat On Vat anling Ideakare torn' rnilltilY
baied anv of Flood's. 14-"4,""
On the lareer scale I netnallY feel Uncle tv'- is 'beinot
plafed or a nicker. liesides 'vine &AV moneY,, to Aothe finite
wealthy countries with no weds' love for 'Nth; lie la giving AWAY
military arma which might very well)3e turned against American
youtha somP day. -:) ?
41Fet to his peor, weak but frlendly neighbore 'side likb a tight tightwad
wad tightwad bully; Aztt,t, , 714.oilaiik;;44oroiz.:NPerio;;;miat:
itt is of interest to Panaina to compare tbe Canal deal the US
, had to make with stmng Canada over the St Lawrence Seaway with
- tit:tleal the US made with weak Panama over the Canal here.
a Our 1955 treaty cane& for equal bay for equal work.' Our gov government
ernment government agreed that the payment of US.aalarlea Jo Panamanians
working on the Zone. would not dislocate tha economy of Panama.
But Uncle Sammy continues to violateettreatv- oblleations by
brkging down North Americans to fill jobs wads could be filled
from the Republic. About 70 percent of these Gringo' thev bring
down cannot even be rated as semi,skillediltuntless atskil)e41,. yet
00 are aid monstrous salaries and Panamanians ta4 to he hired
to do their jobs'under a different title, and for a fractiOn of the pay.,
Oblast; Know An

LOCKED CHURCH DOOR
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"Church Member" (Mail Box, ,April sayitAltitit,PO,Good
day be was privileged to be in St. Paul's!, eiturch for;the- first time
this year. It seems then that he only a Good ?rider member.
The room to which the door was locked is not for the public to
run in and out during the sermon. The door in the back was open

for whoever wanted to enter.
Chtirch Official

SPECIAL, EDUCATION

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The followina article, entitled "A Mother's View of Special Ed Education,"
ucation," Education," appeared in the Winter, 19U, issueof "The Sight-Stying
Review," which is published quarterly by. the National:Society for
the Prevention of Blindness, Inc., at 1790 Broadway,,New York 19,
N.Y.
In view of your March 22 Sunday atipplement'on the work of the
Special Education Association in the Canal Zone; t I -thought ybu
might be interested in this article:' ;
"An eloquent tribute to the value of special education services
for partially seeing children Was paid by 'Mrs. Ralph T. Griggs of
Indianapolis at the miewest premiere in that city of die new NOB
film, "A Fair Chance for Tommy.
"'rhe film dials with the education of the partially' Seeing and
was made pouible through a grant from the Amexicin Legion Child
Welfare Fund.
,!,,I."Schools and, Churches today are working hand In hand With the
htnnes to develoP and deliver a better way of life and learning for
OlitAtildtel," Mrs. Griggs said. "....lt it thealicred obligation of,
all:parents to'titlie fuli advantage'of these offering' Ind 'in lath
sat that our children use them.
-,""As a parent of a handicapped child I have a right to-ntake that
statement.
al know thisheartaches 'and 'hard decisions 'that accoMpsny the
rearing of a handicapped child.. Our first child, -a boy, Was born
blind. ,
"No ivords Can' destvibe the mental tortureparents undergo th
that' first knowledge, and situations arise ovet the ensuing years
the can't be diecountao. There is, the period of self-pityrwithdrawItiom
the former happy circle of friends; the frantic search for
medical hell)the b0Pe of reprieve-rand then ,tbe inevitable facing
up lo factrand the resolve to do whatever is belt to bring that child
happ, useful and purposeful life. : ,
4"1',,cannot Visualize, what we aktne could, haVii done ti educate
ottr:boy and prepere him for life without adjusted procedufes in the
spoolsThrough a series of opetationd be was.brought from dark.
best,to graynessthat In-between world which rtakes the; very sp.-
end' undethanding that ran be found in, the programs for' the par.
tielly,seeing. School lifefor these children is not, easy,,,but It It lief'.
ottelr easier with special serviees, '
our son, has completed 120 hours of College worit.''' lle:
letistAin ,ayerage boy.. He isnot a 'mental glant7 he has no talents
ticaute be has low VISIOn Rix talents., his best' abilitiet'haie been
drawn' nut and developed through expert .counieling. front ape.
cial leachers, and our close toopetation with them; r'
10'-',"Nowhere in'tollege have we fOund the aound and Individual
cburiseling. we received in the monist educatiOn'services: tioneclallY

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teaseling, we geceived in-the special educatinCeervices; ilipeOttlir
in the high'ichool, classes, ,,, ,14, ,, ,,:,: ,,i., , i to ,1
. : ,l' ,i'lVit itte Only, One Of InanY isamoles of liMi the epeclaflervicell
' of Our,pnblic school system ,have ;aided intmeaeurably in the dettel
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, went o le useful citizen., If you have a' child he has need ,of thette
: things4 NOM 10, nOt kpow but think, he MaI be tilted in these elest:
esgire filln the ,full benefits of this gtidence nd pougieling )4, AI
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good parents you'can do no less."' 1 1. , ,---'"''
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Sy VICTOR Milk
A public relations. time boinb is ".
ticswg awit,y wirier wa.ier -steue
"I" 0i0a0 11411. die AlidiAt. Ode do.
cde ritatij., natiosai eseeti- 1
LAVes 'Add Ade. e,
witue,eisser was face4011111, Ad
vermont Ule Quer week. u 1,,
kuea, Ada dAd dlid$ cow Wibidi.e4e
IMO one oi wise se,iausts wiLcn
4grecLioil os national-
politics DU AdAettidUldei
teAters oeiore tnty realizeu wnai 1-
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was unaer neir oesks.
sae story ennui .,the "time
bomb's oegan monins' Ago- In tne
oiice sianhatan's Distric tit,
torne Frank Hogan ana his
'ratatia pundit clue, Scotu.
They alscovered that New York
specializing In meoiation, -labor 4,
relations and negotiations, Liao
been sendng checks to some 200 :
second ana third echelon labor
officials.
Of the cash which. was flowing
gaily out of ,Parit Ave.'s gray 4
flannel strip, some $40,000 went
to five men lit Toledo.,
This is the jeep and auto parts
capital of the land. The New-fork
Distriet Attorney's men disco-
vered that the Park Ave. firm did :
a tine business advising Jeep and
auto parts firms in Toledo. Ho-
gan's vice presidents. They want wanted
ed wanted to loo'k 'at his checkbooks. They 1
wanted to look at the records of
his aide., Pete Zvara. They -explained
that they -Were looking 1
for evidente of bribes of union of-
ficials. They explained at length,
in detail, with gesturts.
Then they asked Mr. Zvara to
come to New York and talk to the
Manhattan Grand Jury. Hogan
would not .subrpena anyone. Such
subpena carries with it su'o su'omatic
matic su'omatic immunity in Manhattan.
The D.A. said you just came In
voluntarily. Zvart refused.

This chagrined the New York
D. A. He had been operating un- A
der the spirit and letter of the nil
AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Code, pose
which Walter Helper bad help- Ple'l
ed write. fast,
This is in the "AFL-CIO State- sore
the
mot Regarding Cooperation Wi'h
gpnei ,, to el
AU Anprouriate Public A
Investigating Racketeering." I se,111,'
was sdonted by tho Executive s"'''
COUnCil, Jan. 28, 1957 unani-
old'
mously. has
It reads in nart:
"It is the firm policy .of As tory
AFI.-C10 to cooperate fully hAlla
with all proper Imagist's ""1,'
committees, law enforremont ,,,,,--
enemies and other puttlie be '"s
coul
dies-seeking -fairly and Wee.'
tively to keen Me labor move a,..11.1.(1,,
mon, or any other segment l' "?'
of our society free from ang uL
And ail corrupt influences. sli"
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This Means that all Metals of, mei
the AFI,I0 and its ' affiliates ,',14.
should freely and withouttreser- ma
vation answer all relevant clues- Just
time. asded by proper las enforce- iron
ment uncles, legislalVt ,.,tmr- ad c
ol,ittees and ,other publicbodies gist
seeking' fairly. and objectively te othe
iceep the labor, movement:4r free ".11
from corruption." 14, I Nafi
, I eel
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ter,
When' the fellow refused tofkiss Icla
Toledo goodby, the New ,York Just
District Attorney's, office tried to
nitonelteuther dire .1 He wasn't into
there. One of his trus ed high corn. Ti
Manderi then told the famed too,
)
Mathattan District ,Attorney 40 Mos
get,up the evidence before the a n
national, office tells, ono., of its wife
boys to et himself up off his gYP
chair. i , TI
To- this the D.A.'s office snort- t.,0 ,(
ed privately that it wasn't in the u 9
habit of printing secret Grand In
Jury testimony in telegrams or n,as
newspapers. The probe continues. ,ena
The ,results will bust out with lam
June if not sooner. Eur
conl
,
When neither returned, he got Pal
his first real briefing on the case. 13'
He ordered his own probe. He de- meall
tided tto tall the 111111011'll Execu- l',,,all
tivel Board together, They woU 3"
call' In the'boys from Toledo. Then ec'u
he will be juggling the horns of can
a trilemmcif his big command vil,A
doesn't find- 'evidence and the ,
District,Attorney does, -, it will l'22,
look 'bad for the Auto union when Z''
the. Grand 'wry reports., If the fc1,1
high command fires some of those '
now beinr probed, tile public will IT
ask how could this happen in such l"11
It' unioni hi
.
t cre
Reuther., may ruefully rePort nt a
that he' knew nothing of all 18 1
this. ,The. public could jusTia- Jul
bly eisk why those who seek Fe- h
deral labor reforni laws are poll- cle
litally baited. gir
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maid, and possibly cross-eytd, if
she were still unmarried at 15,
when all the 'Iotherex-bobbytoxers
were working on their third'set of
twins.
Up to now',' Nafissa' forces
have not been able to persuade
Le Grand Charlie to nullify plural
marriages, but believe, that is
next on the "chedule, who
is going to do the work aroual
the tent or in the Casbah I can cannot
not cannot say. Certainly not the 'poor,
delicate men, who are unused to,
any household toil more arduous
than smoking a little kif hi the
shade a date palm while Mama
minds the goats and younguns.
suppose the young city Arehs
will take to all this newfangled
tomfoolery that has made ,the
,Westernworld so stable matruno
nialtand before long the ladies
will e wearing Ole spiritual. pants
and nninC for office,, while the
goatestray and thrbabies' 'noses
go unblown. 0,
But CertainlYlhe 'old folks aren't
going to like it; and after while,
the young male crop won't like It
either, when they find out now
bossy a- dame can be around the
hutch when full emancipation sets
in and the women begin to consV
der themselves as human beings
instead of chattels.

BOB MAR

A Dutch scholar ana stitesmo
man, Hugo Grotius,,itt
ered the father of internationat
law. His book, "The Right Ast
War and Peace," published'
; 1625, said there was a natural
'law superior to the sovereigety sovereigetylot
lot sovereigetylot any state. He pointed 'eut A
the difference between a lust ,-
, and an unjust 'war. He de.
tiered peace to be the goal
of reasonable men. Many of:
Grotitie prindpie are,
lowed to this day.
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(I believe that some rather'
rough-hewn Moslem sects. contest
the supposition that women &nave
souls, and -when yott beat them
for being bad, you are not really
striking te person. have always
held Olt 'to be an extremely 1
beaithy.view, ,productive of peace,
calm and hard work in the. home.)
The, French,reaIly- ought to
knovvbetter thit to, monkey with
established customs, because since
some meddlesome old biddy in
hthe Assembly managed to get,' all
the brothels closed in Paris,,,:-the
leisurely:4 ladies so i throng the
streets that,q.,, thei. tourists ICAO
scarcel fight '0'6114,1010 through
the importunists in, Order to spend
more looney absTerfutne, gloves,
4nd bad manndrs froml the shop shopkeepers.
keepers. shopkeepers.
',Today, In Paris; thelligeons who
defile the' statues and Ihe pave.
ment rather tomprise,,the greaiest
threats to 'ark beauty and sant santtation.'.
tation.'. santtation.'. Repeated,' schelues to, rid
the streets of both nuisances have
failed..
There is much 'toll 'much mill millguided
guided millguided good, being committed ip
this werld,..1 believe, by peeple
who -iv'. know Avbat the
othei fellow wants.
, If I were an Algerian male Mos Moslem
lem Moslem today, I Would be awful sore
at .Miss Nafisste Sid Cara, and' al,
most equally sore .at 'the Assem Assembly
bly Assembly and Big Charlie for letting her
get aWay with It.

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WASHINGTON.. At -the NATO'
meeting- of foreign, ministers one
British diploma remarked
vately that, more' than ,',100
mats ;were in :the conference
room; so be could not discus), a
ny secret sezuritr plans flor set
tling the Berlin crisis.
, This was true.--,' Thereo wasn't
much; Important policy', discussed
in the-. regularly scheduled NATO
raeetings, but there Was plenty
diseussed in priv-14 huddles .!,
It'e alivays difficult to report reporton
on reporton these backstage But
from British, American and -otn
er allied sources,- this-, column
has been able to piece together
the major highlights of whatnap.
pened. 2
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Free' Ike and the British
Foreign minister Selwyn Li o'y o
bitterly resented criticism' that he
and Prime Minister Harold Alec
milieu were following the ap
peasement path of Neville Cbq m
berlain who surrendered to Hit
ler it Munich, This came op. me,
ny times during the course of
private tonversatione and it- act,
tleit the British considerably.
Prom ,letes Pester, Oulles'"
cation sport Ike talked to- Dui.
les by long distance telephone for
his reaction en various pointS,
and to eome extent American tor.
eign poliey is -still' being dictated
by a sick man from his -bedside
Dulles urged the President to
stsnd firm and not let 'dragged
into, a 'Summit "meeting, which
would efid in e fiascono 'mat,
ter how much Macmillan wants
to be le,elected. 0
. Prom British talks with'', U. S.
and Allies Selwyn LIOY be.
Heves ,the Russians. intend ,to be
reasonably ,at the foreign
ters conference, also at. the Sum.
mit meeting,,,, -
) He believes the Berlin' crisim
Mil turn out to be blessing It.
may TOMOve Cold -War tensions..
,' He expressed- the view that
Ithrtishchey may well have stir,
red up' the'illerlin deliber.
ate), in order to nrod the West
into a Summit conference. Lloyd
wait convinced -the Russians
would ,not start was 7ovir Berlin.
A,, rather lenethy and important
diaenosie of what is happening
inside Russia and how it affects
the west wat giveg,ihr the-Brit.
lob 'foreign ..ininisferl, ,,,, based
his recent trip to Moscow. It was
by far the most important view.
point expressed at '',, the t. NATO
meeting.; In, be 'balanced
'political differences inside NATO
off against politiest difference. in.
Oda RUNK' ati follows:.
-,', inside NATO.;, 7,4-Some Western
leaders '..bellevelhat,' an Of
the Cold Wair.,,,Would' bring disimi.
ty -.Among the, NATO allies and
a spread of neutralism toward
Moscow. Without the threat of
Russian...egression:Ind the Cold
Warv,NATO frotildTall apart.
!Mild the Kremein.
the same dissension la taking
niece .1 among :Russian ileaderc
The- anti-West, conservativ', pro,
Stelin dig-401AI' Opposition to
Khrusheberbelleveeln More fir.
,mament and morp abilitv
erack dovm on the West.. The Li,'
bersitclione led -'by'..Khruslichey
believes possible.. to relieve
pressures end ge( along ,with tbe
'West:
4 Elaborating these Adeas,' the
Bzitish, claimed 1 that t relieving
Cold' 'War' tensions' would encour
age :peaceful forces inside Rus.
,that the West ,,trould afford
titi).01.8.4aemn' gtehleensedseelenro.g wofe.sttenstioonreezte
the' Kremllna...;
,The -Cold, ,War,,4,-the ;British
gued, ,keeps the,'Cork. Ontthe So,
viet Thar.' It keeps tensitins bot
tied i up,,, It discourages the very
healthy trend the l(psslan neo,
pie toWard 'broader, education,
higher 7standirds 711VME, 'and
greater-tolerance;
, The higher the leVel of, educa education
tion education and jiving standards in Rus
sia, Selsyyn 'Lloyd ;' argued, the
More the Ruisians 'want to nee.
tiate, not fight. Therefore, the
British position le te sine Berlin

ter 'understanding with Russia.
motiledour,cawnitetblidoentd:nessurponstresthniabewe'rintiBerigatilasalt;
Berlin.
e'en, Other Atiee 'Leaders ,''
Reaction to the British position I
cams -from One ; NATO foreign
minister- as follows:,-"Lioid ha
been reading the tea leaves :
stead of Klrushchev's speefoes.,
From UN secretary' Dag ,,, Ham.'
marsidold.,- privateir-, The tilts tiltseau
eau tiltseau may agree t- to a limited 1,,
number. of troops in- Berlin, buL ,:
under-no conditions will agree to ..";
the I present Allied troop occupa.
don. The .Russians will go to ther!-
brink lof war, perhaps over it, to
enforce their ,demends. And they:, .r,!.
will permit no leogthy, stalling in
order to talk the crisii to death;;.
From: Intelligence Regertstis ;
reports -from Moscow,- beat' 'out t
the ,Ateneral, British contention'
thlit'',:,,Khrushchev ,is' not r entirely
his own master, that he faces,
position from the Stalinist,' die, '',
hard,' antiMest clique.
t US' observers 'don't quite -know
what to make, of it, but ,eit tore- -r.
eign minister Molotov; leader of z;
this :clique;,,,was suddenly,: tam.
Imoned from', his semi, ,,,, exile in' ,).
MOE last week for consolta consoltadons
dons consoltadons in Moscow.- Molotov ',
lieen in the Kremlin doghouse tvw-
er since ,, he oppesed Khruelt,
lehev's so-called "liberalism'',
, What he -,- talked. about is
Imown,", but' speculation is' that it
pertained to' the, Berlimerisig.
Molotov flew back to Mongolia
with no indication that his Job ki PI
ambassador to Monglia was be., 4,7,
ing changed, or thot he was being
removed front' 'the, Kremlin dog-
house. , :

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' MOSCOW, April .4-,
Premier Nikita.' khrush the
charged today',' that certain
western. 'statesmen -r obviously
,meaning President Eisenhower ..;
want.to "obstruct or frustrate
forthcOming negetiationS": be between
tween between East ind Vest. ,;.
Khrushche also accused Eii-i
enhoWer' of Contributtnir to eti.
forts "to play-on people s nerves Iv
and to raise -tension,"
The communist organ Privadi
printed, -,',Khrushchev's answers
W-.C"turober 'of questions con con,terning::
,terning:: con,terning:: EisenhOWeeCapeech at i7
Gettysburg Saturday.--
, It quoted the Soviet leade RN
saying that ',East-West "itgreea,'i
ment to. hold 'a meeting of For-e
aign, Ministers, probably folloWF,
ed bY -- Summit :Conference,:
produced a !Idefinite improve'
ment in the, international ':t"
mate." "4)
"This does not -suit Come Peovtr,
ple." he addeki. "Attempts ere
being made 'to play oft people's ;1:07;
'nerves ,ancr to -raise tension,
President .:Eisehhower,.. too, .:.-.111:.
making a definite contributiOn'
to this. ;,. :!,4011
4!Those Western --,statesmerk.,
whti-.:,arc., out to obstruct,,,e,or
frustrate' the :forthcoming negOa
tiations, At such an, impOrtant ';,00
montent,In history ,will assume
grave-..responsibilitr, before..., the -,m6
peoples for, the posSible tOnSe'-' '4"0
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SLIPPERs SLIPUP 4
, HARROGATE,',Ingland 0.1PI);.-1,' 0,6
The slippera MOM' br Queen, ;
toes' were ,,' retrieved froin
base heap ',, yesterday!. 'just before 4.-,0,
they, were,. to, be 'burned,
'..Tbe-alliVers bad been' borroWed
troni tht :Noe-Winton, Central
Moseinn-lor display-st-the400tt
wear Manufacturers1-,,, Federation
exhibition liere.'2'he ,titY ,s1IPPers,
Wrapped ,,, in :tissue-- paper. were
overlooked hi' ,clestiing crews and
were .thrown outwith hundreds of
erg?), boies,' 'Mint: were' recover-'

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AWARD WINNERS Submitting

Department ol the Army certificates to five employes of "the' ma

rom leit are Kooert a. carpenter, division cmer wno! maae xne presentations, (Arinur Marormrrancisco b. uaceres, aagrar f.
Alonso, Jose S. Jara art: Pablo; Perie. Marohl received $15 fo r proposing a system which saves 429 manhours In Qivrtermaster
Bakery operations. aeeres, who makes his home at 30 19th 'Street, Panama City, demonstrates his idea for storing hoses, in
the paint booths, which wort him $10. Alonso an 'auto mechan id who lives at 22 26th West Street. Panma City, received $10
for suggesting; improvements to .a loading ramp, while Jara also was awarded $10 for his idea "on modifying a welding equip equipment
ment equipment cart. He, lives at 22 5tli Strfeet. Panama City. Perie, a resi dent of Carlos Ica2a Street in Panama, received $10 for a pro proposal
posal proposal concerning reconditioning of an air life cylinder nd dies el tank.. :"f , (US Army Photo)

Two Get Commendation Ribbons
For Service In 'Carib Command

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ARM1? COMMENDATlOIf RIBBONS were awatded Wednesday to Capt. Carletori k'ottL' u! S.
NavV; nd CWO Eobert C. McDaniel, U. S Army, bf the unified Caribbean Command staff

for exceptionally meritorious1 service during their tours of duty In the, Canal 5;ane -The
metals were presented by Lt. Gen, .Ridgely .Galther, Commander in Chief Caribbean. Shown
left to right, following the awards cerernpny, at the command headquarters at Quarry Heights
are, Gaithers captain AlcDaniel and Mrs. McDanlel Mott is the Caribbean command deputy
chief ot staff and JMcDanlel Is assistant Adjutant QeneraL Both are leaving the Canal Zone
this month for new assignments m Washington, D. C. v , t v

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Navy Capt. Carleton Edgar Mott
deputv chief of staff of the unif
ied .Caribbean,, Command, and
CWO- Robert C. McDaniel, were
awarded Army Commendation
. Ribbons Wednesday by Lt. .. Geii,.
Ridgely Gaither,' Commander in
Chief Caribbean.
The. medals, presented to' the
two officers of the Joint staff dur during
ing during an awards cerempny tt .Quar .Quarry
ry .Quarry Heights, were in recognition ot
their? exceptional accomplish accomplishment's
ment's accomplishment's during their tours of duty
in the fanhbeai Command
Mott received hut. a ward fdr.f x-J
ceptionally meritorious (Service as j
period June 1957 to' April Wa9. A.
The citation atfcondpanying' the
jnedal to,. Mott jjartuuiarly des des-cribed
cribed des-cribed his. outstanding executive
ability inccordinating the multi multiple
ple multiple administrate ; and operal.on operal.on-al
al operal.on-al activities. -the unified com command
mand command durng those periods of time
tie1 was required to assume the
major segment of the duties of the
Caribbean Command -. Chief J of
Staffs in addition to his own. 4m
Mottt keen understanding ,of.
, the many complex military, eco economic
nomic economic and political problems in inherent
herent inherent in Latin America Was also
cited" at enabling him to soundly
advise and, to clearly present the
view and decisions of the "Com "Commander
mander "Commander in Chief in the conduct of
official, business with American
Embassy officials and officials of
the countries concerned.
. The citation else mentioned'
Mott't. outstanding work with
the 'Canal Zone Spanish. Conver
atlon Club were hit own profes professional
sional professional example and deep per-'

tonal Interest f r d 4 nd.Lmor

achieved improved cultural, re relations
lations relations between the people of
the United States and Latin Am

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Ideas x-f or more efficient operations or elimination of safety hazards brought cash awards and

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h erica, represented In this
area.
McDaniel. a. U.S. Armv mem
ber, of tha jjrintv4tAffwas present presented
ed presented his award; for exceptionally
meritorious dutv while serving as
assistants djutaflt, general -during
me period ot Apru iase to April
1959.
r.liis. urofessionar 1 .competence,
personal anajrtftiVe' and resource resourcefulness
fulness resourcefulness in managing the Adjutant
uenerai ciassmecfc. records sec section
tion section -fwaljcitd, .as achieving an ef efficient
ficient efficient and model depository that
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON A National
Aeronautics and Space Adminis
tration ofticialonwtiy only xnir xnir-ried
ried xnir-ried r men 'were vhosen for the
first jaunt JLnto space:
. "Medical J -statistics brove 1 that
married men, live longer than
nacneiors." l
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LAS i.yiGAS r-i -Singer Eddie
Fisher, on fianceV Elizabeth Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's plans to enter a hospital
next week t tot i treatment of a
chronic throat infection: k, "-
l'l don't wsrnt'th slightest thing
tohapperl to" m baby.", 6
NEW YOriK the National
Mother in law Day Committee,
pointing out one of the purposes
of VNatianal Molher-in-law i Day
next April 19:
m "It is also & day dedicated to
combating .the. use. of mothers-in-
law I as targets 'for sarcastic hu-
HOLLYWOOD Eva Gabor. ex-
pressing sorrow at the reported

mtena'nce division, U..S, tArmy Caiibbean Quartermaster. Section;

1 1 . 1 i'.1 1 . ,i ,.
1 ;)
was Invaluable to th
le fflF'the :accomplfsn-'
. umfjed ;com?najid's,
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4- 4-.r...!-i. '.
ment of the
missions.
Ill addition to McDaniel's excen
tional accomplishments as" chief
ofy th classified records section
wnere ne devised a new records'
disposition system, hg was cited
for his outstanding work in com
piling, editing and producing a
new command administrative pro procedures
cedures procedures guide, thereby demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating his expertness in the field
Both officers, complting ''fours
of 'duty with the command this
month and returning to the United
Mates for new assignments, were
additionally cited by Gatthei' as re
fleeting great credit upon them themselves,
selves, themselves, thej Caribbean Command
and their respective services.
Mot thasi been assigned to the
faculty of the Industrial College of
the Armd Forces in Washington,
D. C; and he and Mrs. Mott Will
depart the Canal Zone on the
USNS Gibbons April '12. McDan,-1!
iels has been assigned1 to the De-
partment of the Armv in, the Pen-
tagonand will depart for Wash,
ington,. D. C.; with his family later
this month.
suicide, of model Venita Radcllffe
allegedly because 1 her1 boyfriend
vmlAri Miss uahn In lliHrlH r.
"cenHy: 1 ; t
I am not the kind of a woman
who would evec take away;'jiotli away;'jiotli-erf
erf away;'jiotli-erf woman's love."
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TURNOVER IT WAS
t LOS ANGELES (UPlWPassinc
UMiiuiirtm 1 tiaiifu uif V neCKS
yesterday f to read theupslde theupslde-down
down theupslde-down lettering .on., an overturned
bakery, .truck on the Hollywood
Freeway. It said: ."Famous, Turn
unnMln. .J .1.1
overs." .JJ;

NEWS

IBS To. Observe
tSoy Scout Week
The Local Council of the Inter
national Boy Scouts of the Canal
Zone will observe their annual
"Boy Scout Week" toiaorrow
through Saturday, in celebration
0 tne az (anniversary ot ne or
ganiation,' with a' program of a.
Uvities for each day.
Sunday: 'A Scout is Reverent"
all scouts will attend divine
service at their respective church
es. .,..'
; Monday! "Cuberee Day" Cu
berees will be held at the Camp
Coiner and Paraiso scout schacks
with organized programs for
the little lads of the movement
at 5130 p.m. )
Tuesday :., !'P arents Day"
Scouts will arrange programs for
the i. entertainment of parents
who will be their guests for the
evening.
Wednesdays "Scoutcraft D I $
play" Eacn troop will put on
an exhibition ot scoutcraft as
well as a demonstration in scout
skill. ...
Thursday: : "Friendship Day".
Each scout is expected to invite
a friend to Jus headquarters and
should encourage-the friend to
become a Scout, too.-.
Fridays ."Weekend Camp at
Paraiso" Scouts from both the
Atlantic and Pacific districts will
converge at the camp site
(grounds adjacent to the Parai-
a Tt 171 rrfe Miaa1Y In d lvRtm.
ized program of activities; i ri
dav throueh Sunday.
Saturday: scouts field uay
There will be inter-troop games,
athletic events and other con.
testa: ending with a camp fire
and officers pow wow.
The week's celebration will con conclude
clude conclude on Sundav 19th "Parade
Day" with a-combined parade
through the Paraiso townsite, and
the 'awarding: 'Of ''.badges and cer
tificates to .outstanding members
$ ; the organization
The staff responsible for the
execution of the 1 entire program
are: '" Cleveland :i, Small, GSM.J
camp chief; j John Pascal, v NC,
asst. camp-chief; Ivan Ever-
ing, NC, executive officer; Ray
mond George, ES.-," asst; execu executive
tive executive officer; ,0. Noel, SM., camp
scribe; Alfred Evans, CM., asst.
Chief, safety patrol; Harold Co,
ADCC. chief, first aid; Vemeel
Laing, Sr., ADC; asst. chief,
first aid: Carlos Walker. GSM
Camp fire chief; y Pearl Ford,
PDC, asst. camp fire chief.
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MISS. JCnWeilZer
Dies In France
1 STRASBOURG, France (UPI) (UPI)-Marguerite
Marguerite (UPI)-Marguerite Schweitzer, sister of
humanist, and medical missionary
Dr. Albert Schweitzer, died
yesterday, at 1 a home for' the
aged near here, officialsreporjed
Sh nil 9,7 I ''
It 'was not. known whether her
brother,, a Nobel reaee rrize win
ner,, would attend a funeral scheduled-for
tomorrow Mi the. family's
horn? town ot GuhsMch. He wns
nt : his clinic In Lambarenei,; Ga Gabon,
bon, Gabon, in tropical Africa. ; 1?
, Miss Schweitzer, two uears
younger than 1 her brother, "had
been living at a home for the
aged it ingwiller. a. small Alsa-
iiavmage.:e,!:;A.l;;,veP
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Musical orosrams." roundUWe

discussions and lectures will high highlight
light highlight observance of National -JJ-brary
Week by the United States
Army Caribbean Special: Services
Library Service April 12-18.
During ipeciar programs w
take place at Army libraries
throughout the Canal Zone, the
slogan, ."WaKe up ana react ior
better-read better-iniormea A-
merica," will get a Special, im implementation
plementation implementation through a variety of
imaginative presentations.
Leading off next Monoay at
30 D.m .. CFN-TV will present
a special program called "Face
ana f antasy. A panel : of live
persons representing the A r m y,
Navy, Air Force and Panama
Canal Company will try to iden-
tdy fictional heroes and heroines,
to be portrayed by members of
the Theater Guild and the CFN
staff.
On Tuesday at T.D.m.r the Fort
Amador Library will, present
Musicaie Americana," a p r o-
gram dedicated to stimulating the
interest of evcrvonn in the color
ful history of the Americasf Par
alleling the many volumes now
on shelves of Army libra-ies
throughout the Canal Zone will
be dancers, singers and other en
tertainers from both the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Admission is free and all in
terested personnel; are invited.
The Fort Gulick Mbrary will
hold an open house on April 14
from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to
9 p.nu Everyone in the Zone has
beem given a cordial Invitation
to attend this unique library,
which maintains so manv unu
sual volunies, related to the cul
ture of the Americas for the ben
efit of the Latin American stu
dents at the United States Arm
Caribbean School at Forf Gulick.
On Wednesday the Fort Clav-
ton Library will present a talk
1... TS rt T 1
u) ui. uasion uwon on BOOKS
and Missions of Peace." Litton
is assigned to the United States
Information Service" in Panama
and Is currently leetiirinc on H-
brary science at -the University
of Fanama. Admission is free
and the general public is Invited
to attend.
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SPRAYING OPERATION Displaying the" Veriturl-type' outlet
which is atached to a de Havilland Beaver being used for"Opr

ciawon eana j? iy: is isi ui. ".us u. crumit oi the Aviation Sec Section.
tion. Section. 1st Battle Groun. 20th infantrv. Fort Kobhe: The nnMst

eravity-fed from a hopper inside
ui w iwwi iisea ior aesiroymg
about 2y2 tons of the insecticide
swamps on the Atlantic side of

lurenB, peiwi Known as jne sana ny, breed. This aerial cam campaign
paign campaign against, the pest, currently being carried on, represents

wic wuiuiacu ciiuiwt acve u.o; Army .ana .canal zone Gov Government
ernment Government agencies. Among those cooperating are the Medical and
Engineer Sections, U.S. Army Caribbean, the Air Section 1st
fhT?' 20 Int' aQd le DiVision of SanlSh o
the Canal Zone Health Bureau.. The first large-scale, planned
and controlled attack pn the pest in its breeding grounds began
Monday. t- r v t . (US Army Photo)

Economic Aid for
Imperative, Avers
WELLINGTON"," New Sealnd-"
turi) u.a. unaersecretary of
State C. Douglas Dillon said yes
terday that ir 1958 the Commu
nist Chinese Jresorted to new eco economic
nomic economic pressure to gain their, po-
uucai goais in Asia.
Dillon, in a nation-wide broad
cast marking the close of the fifth
meeting of the Southeast Asia
Teaty Organization Council
stressed that economic aid for the
SEATO nations was imperative to
meet a new Chinese communist
trade offensive in the Far East.
"They broke off all trade rela relations
tions relations with Japan with the objec objective
tive objective of influencing the people of
Japan against their own govern government,"
ment," government," Dillon said. y'
"They slashed export prices in
textile and other 'fields in an at attempt
tempt attempt to disrupt the established
trade patterns Jii the SEATO
area." H;'.;- -'
Dillon said these actions under underlined
lined underlined the need for continued ef efforts
forts efforts to promote the economic
well-being and social oroeress of
the peoples of the SEATO area.
"The need for. economic de
velopment is fundamental and
would exist irrespective of t h e-
Communist menace." Dillon said.
A communion: tissued iby ; the
SEATO Council also stressed that
much attention was given to econ economic
omic economic problems -during the talks.
(In Moscow, the official Soviet
news agencyTass charged the
SEATO member nations at their
Wellington; meeting decided to
join the .North Atlantic Treaty or;
Ranization ,to. form ;an'' aggressive
bloc. Such a merger was aimed
at 'further aggravating, the situs
.inn in Interfering in the
home affairs of the Southeast
Asian "peoples and suppressing the
popular 1 movement for national
lndependw w awl neutrality,"
Taee ld. -s-.-v.-'
The councB. formexl In Septem September,
ber, September, 1955, "accepted with pleas-
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One of the most unusual pro
grams to be seen in the Canal
Zone during : National Library
Week will take, place at the Fprt
Kobbe Library on -Thursday, A A-pril
pril A-pril 16, at 7 p.m. At that time,
a group of U.S. Army service servicemen
men servicemen who have actually lived be behind
hind behind the Iron Curtaia will take
part in a roundtflble discussion
on "Personal Experiences trom
Behind the Iron Curtain." 'Like
all other activities in observance
of National. Library Week, this
event, too, is open to the public
and admission is free.
A children's story hour will
take the spotlight at x the Quarry
Heights Library on Friday aua
parents of all children in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone are welcome to nave
their children attend this special specially
ly specially prepared program.

Purpose of National,.; Library
Week is to encourage t every A'
merican to realize his obligation
to be properly Informed and cap
able of discharging bis responsi responsibility
bility responsibility as a citizen. It was point
ed out by USARCARIB- Special1
services t,iDrary service mis
week that the U.S. ARmy realiz realizes
es realizes the importance of a library in
the education of a community
and is making every effort to
establish free library service for
u.b. Army personnel all aver the
world. ,; ;
The Department of the Army,
in order to encourage Army
reer personnel to read more
Cn
current and world affairs, has
established a special .Contempor .Contemporary
ary .Contemporary Military Reading Program
which is available at tall Army
libraries. T.is' special kit of 34
books includes such .topics as the
Middle East, limited." war. psy
chological warfare, foreign poucy
and rockets and guided missiles.
USARCARIB Special Services
Library Service maintains libra
ries at Fort Clayton, Fort Kobbe,
Fort Amador, Quarry Heights,
Fort Gulick and Fort Sherman.
Its headquarters and the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB Library Depot are locat located
ed located at Fort Clayton ; It also iur iur-hishes
hishes iur-hishes field libraries to the U.S.
Army Military Missions and Inter-American
' Geodetic Survey
Projects in Central and South
America.
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in
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the. plane and holds 600 pounds
sana ny larvae, crumlt sprays
each dav over the man or
the Isthmus where the culicoides
SEATO Njatiqhs
Undersecretary
ure
an invitation fo hold next
year's -meeting in Washlttgton.
Member nations of the SEATO
council are the United States,
Britain. France,' Pakistan, Thail Thailand,
and, Thailand, the Philippines, Australia
and ew Zealand.
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Cristobal High. ScltOQl ,next Fridav betrinninor at. 7-30 nm Rnth

young ladles -ar senibrs at .Cristobal, and have been outstand-,.

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B'nai, Britli Official Blames Weak

Civil Rights; Bill For School Crisis

WASHINGTON UJFpA spokes
miiin,f6f the-'Att'i defamation
League of B'narB'rith 'daid to today
day today thaf 'ingress helped bring
on the Little Rock school crisis
by' failing to enact a stronger
civoi. rignts mil in J957,
Hertilan, 1 ESelstferg,' testifying
before the'' Senate Coristitutionil
Rights Subc6fttott)seVf'laM'
important1 tta'f ChriBre'sA tint
was
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peafthe 'niisfakiF'lii r!tttg hew
Civilignts raws.' :
"It is now clear that much of
the trouble in Little Rock stem stemmed
med stemmed from'iotat rMsdalculation re regarding
garding regarding the interest, responsibi1 responsibi1-ity
ity responsibi1-ity and determinaHon of the fed federal
eral federal government to enforce the'
law laid down by its courts," he
saia.
He said the elimination by Con Congress,
gress, Congress, of he controveraaj., jti'le
i-l
nate..miscaicuiation.','v v
Title in roula iave authorized
the attorney general to seek fed
eral court.t.injunctions to halt vi-
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DELM0IIICO5HRIMP COMPANY, INC.
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The annua, meeting -of the Delmonico Shrimp Com-
PanX,.J5SyT.l!litake Place on Wednesday, April 15,"'
1959 at 4:30 p.m. at the Panama Salon, Hotel El
Panama Hilton, to rjtfnsfder the following:
l JEIection of .Directors ;
1..'. ientmti,mi Balances
3.-. Any other matter duly presented
to the Assembly
, THE SECRETARY

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olating such court orders ordinar ordinar-ily
ily ordinar-ily would not receive jury triaNI
Edelsherg was one of a haft-5
dozen witnesses testifying before
the subcommittee on new 1 civil
rights proposals.
Sen. John Sparkman (D-Ala.),"?-representing
the Southern view-
point, urged that all the propos-"
als be killed in order, to "herpv"
reestablish harmoif'1 among Quri
people and to r ebuild unity 'I.
He said that since the 1954 Su Su-preme
preme Su-preme Court decision outlawing
segregated schools "suspicion hag. hag.-replaced
replaced hag.-replaced trust, fear has replaced
mutual confidence in the South".
Irving Ferman. Washington di director
rector director of (,he Civil Liberties Unions
endorsed bills by the Eisenhower
administration and Sen. F ai1it
Doughs (D-I1I.) that would, per permit
mit permit th? federal government le aid,
communities comolyins with int-'
But he' 'branded',. ,as too vague. z
h.e.proposari) ?enat Democst Democst-ic
ic Democst-ic Leader, Lyndon, B. Johnson
(Tex.) to set up a special federal,'
conciliation service to help settje;.
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BROADWAY
iy Dorothy Killgallon

the Clayton Club neat Wednesday
and that the loelil for pn!

would be "Hobby Time", Members

wan urttd to bring their hobbies

for the show and to contact Mrs

Shannon ir order that enough

tables may be set up. Binjo end
refreshment will follow toe hob hobby
by hobby ihow,
In an flection Mrs. William B,

Freest was named publicity
chairman; Mrs. Luther C,
Wyrlck. program chairman; Mrs.
David W. Stout assistant pro program
gram program chairman and Mrs, Charles
F. Scarle who wit re elected at
wayi and meant chairman, Mem
ben volunteered to bake cakei on
a monthly basis for the birthdays
of, military personnel attending
the Clayton Service Club.
Mrs. Eugene Savage and Mra
Frank Hofer were welcomed aa
new members and Mrs. Aeie A
dins, a gueat, by club president,
Mra. Martin Forkat. Mra, Aakms,
of Chattanooga, Tana., and it in
the Zone visiting her daughter
and son-in-law, Sfc. and Mn
Luther C. Wyriek. Hostesses for
the evening were Mrt. Ralph
Browning, Mrt, Clifford Farmer,
Mra. Charles Scarle, Mrs. David
Stout and Mrt. Luther Wypfck.

Mrt. Guy Hal won a shell fram

ed picture in the raffle.

TO MODEL BEACH WEAR Amonc the local young beauties
who will be modeling beach fashions at the Panama Yacht Club a
laanlon enow next Friday evning will be, from left.. Mies. Jackie
Athton, Miss Carol Nicklsher and Miss Judy Meyert, TWf show
will be held on the Marine Terrace of the Ycht Club, beayBnintf
at B p.m.

Balboa Woman's
To Have
Bintfit Party

Cub

Members of the Balboa Wo Wo-f
f Wo-f niftB's Club have istued an open
J invitation to the public to attend
i.t benefit card and bingo party
' next Thursday at the Fort Ama Ama-,
, Ama-, tier Officers Open Mest. Destert
and coffee will be served at 12: So
J p.m.

Proceeeds will be used for
club's chanty work.

the

Table reservations must be
made by Monday noon with Mrs.
W. C. Merchant, Balboa 331';
Mrt, Thomas McKibbon, Balboa
4459; or Mrs. Lawrence Adler, Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama 3-4890.

Bingo Party Given
For Garaaa Patients

Patients at Gorgat Hospital

were entertained this week at a
bingo party given by Unfjt'fceveu,
American Legion Auxiliary, in tn
Red Croat Lounge.
Hostesses for the party were
Corolina R. de Orrleta, Mrt. J. A.
Garland, Mrs. Eve Truman and
Barbara A. Whitbeck.
Punch and homemade cakes
were aerved at refreshments.

Meetings
Grind Ledge Meeting

Osborne c. Quarliu, district
grand matter, haa invited all
past district grand mattert of the
Isthmian District Grand Lodge
Four and subordinate lodge deie deie-gatet
gatet deie-gatet to meet tomorrow morning
at 10 at the Flower of the isth isthmus
mus isthmus Louge Hall, corner of Sixth
and Central Avenue.
Plant will be made for district

activities tor the current year.

Plans To Review
Treaties Justified,
Bohlen Declares
MANILA, April l.-(UPI)-U.S.
Amoattaaor Chares K. Bohlen
seia "cnanglng circumstances"

justified current moves to roe-

amine urea ties between the u u-mtea
mtea u-mtea State and the Philippines.

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Balboa Emblem Club
Plans Card Party
Members of the Balboa Em Emblem
blem Emblem Club 49 met Thursday
evening to complete plans for a
charity card party to be held
May 8 at the Elks Home on La
Boca Road. Jdrt. Ane Kierman,
president, was in charge of the
meeting.

Door prizeg at the party will be
an Army nJ Jtafvy tablecloth and
a silvef tre individual table
prizes also will be awarded.
Tickets are available from all
Emblem Club members.
Cleyten NCO Wives
Elect New Chairmen

The Fort Clayton NCO Wives
Club held their monthly business

meeting Tuesday evening wt the

ballroom of the Clayton NCO

Club. Mrs. Elmer Shannon, pro

gram chairman, announced Uie

montniy conee woum be neid at

Bohlen made the statement in

commenting on the U.S.- Philip

pine exploratory talks on revision

of the 1H7 Military Bases Pact.

The Ambassador did not spell

out what those changing clcums-

tanees were but taid mere wat an
"imperative need" to reexamine
old treatlet undertaken between
the two countries.

TUESDAY 14th
DEBUT
OF THE SENSATIONAL
SPANISH DANCER
TERE AMOROS
Sponsored by the
"DANIEL SOCf TY"
Prices; $2,00 $1,00

The baaes talks, now In recess
were stalled on the issue Of Ju

risdiction over U.S. military per

sonnel committing on or off duty

cimes within or outside the ins
tallatlona.

OOII IP IN GOTHAM
Kermit Bloomgerdef it the luck luck-y
y luck-y chap tlated to produce the new
play Xrthur Miliar writing
Sis Marilyn's stage debut. It fig
gures to hit Broadway during the
Fall, with fabulout Miss Monroe
1m .t.rrlna role. .Lane Tur

ner's New York stey was spoked
a Wt by dat ol' debbil. virus. .
Monte Proser. who left the Goth Gotham
am Gotham night club scene to take a
fling at Las Vagal, would like to
come Bait again.. Hii soouti are
looking for a suitable location in
midtown.
The management of "first lav
anuiMi'' ii worrying about Pol

fv laMti'i ability to carry the

.inoino inad in the ihow for eight

performances a week, aince ihe
never had such a streaooui as as-ignment
ignment as-ignment before and the strain
began to show toon after open open-ini
ini open-ini night. -When Henry Jaffa's

divorce becomes final, he ll msr msr-rv
rv msr-rv a eiri less than half his age.

(Henry owns The Telphone Hour
and The Dinah Shorw TV, show, to

name a couple of mappy proper
tiei,) L
Sar-ha TiiaUl has become super

sensitive aince hit breakup with

Brigitte Bardot, He't employed a
French lawyer to send atern let letters
ters letters to somedlans and other enter-

tainrs in Paris nileries and on

tiie French radio or television who
poke fun at the chiliad romance
as part of their acta threatening

legal action u way oon t oie..

One of the casualties of the Rob

in Douglas Home-Sandra Paul be

trothal is London modal Patrick

Baihford, who was pracucauy
left et the altar. He thought he
wat going to marry Sandra until
he got his ring back with a "Dear

Jonn letter. .home oi iviamiui
tan's hottest card garnet era go

ing on 30 flighti in tne air, wun
highly paid construction workers
Bamblina for high stakes.

The Bambi Linn-Rod Alexander
rift was recorded here ages ago,
and they denied it vociferously.
So now in her divorce action she
admits he wai cruel to her "from
the beginning of their marriage"
. .Greta Garbo's Intimate dinner
with Cecil Beaton at the Colony Colony-lust
lust Colony-lust before his departure for England-brought
the Sphinx out in
boots, a raincoat, and hatless coif

fure featuring the famoua bangs.

T ana alovnnni mlalektB AO? t Vt a?

JUttUS lUilVUlHi WOWVfT V 9 est
great Sacha Guitry, hit sold sev several
eral several paintings from the $500,000
art collection he willed her.
Friends say it was essential; he
left a mountain of debts. . .Bee .Bee-ly
ly .Bee-ly Smith and Louis Prima don't 0
pen at the Copacabana until May
7, but reservations on the books
already indicate their two week
engagement may break all rec records.
ords. records. .Garson Kanin's upcoming
novel (about eats in the tea-ana-trumpets
let) hit a good title,
"Blow Up A Storm." Long before
"Born Yesterday," and all that

She posed with him becauie ut
the time the photograph wai tak taken
en taken be headed a bank in a Uttie
Pennsylvania town near her home.

She'd never seen Itlm before the
j ..... 1

picture was auappea, ana never
saw him afterwards,
Willis Conover, jau expert w;
the Voice of America, is secrcuy
the bridegroom of- a Moroccan
beauty. They'll occupy Louii Lo Lo-rlllard'i
rlllard'i Lo-rlllard'i Newport manse during
the festival this Summer. .Brook .Brook-lynitei
lynitei .Brook-lynitei ire trembling happily over
the report that the icroen verawn
of Tennessee WlUlami' "Orphoua
Descending" will be filmed in
Brooklyn studios. That would

bring Marlon, MagnaniSand Joanne

woodwaru to, tne borough the Dod
gars deserted,
Meade Alcorn'a resignation prob

ably was sparked by the 'eud
Involving him, Vice President Nix-

on and two senators. .When

waltz ur the Toreadors" opjns

Ut off-Broadwiy run next week

tat tne Jan hus House) a 0 m e e-thing
thing e-thing new will have been adder!:
ipecitl incidental music written
by the African Room'a Johnny
Barracuda, .Eileen Jarton'i ar ardent
dent ardent new admirer it Marty Tan Tan-nenbaum
nenbaum Tan-nenbaum of Yonkara Raceway,
Picture editort would do well lo
alert their cameramen to Irish
McCalla'i arrival by let at Idle

wild. The buxlm blonde beauty
p ant to step off the plane in her

neem coitume, a leopard akin
tarong. .Three touritts playing

oacoarat broke the bank at the
Municipal Casino in Nice a !;w
ntghls ago. Bets on a string of
"baneoVT caused the casino to
lose about .70,000,000 francs.
S. Lee PogostlnVat werk on hit
first Broadway play, may too Eu Eugene
gene Eugene O'Neill, 'drami 'PTime
la a Wild Indian" it nine hours
long in its present ttate The

1141m JIJdKdZJIlf' SPT IS anhhinrt

bout a report that Lady Mountbat Mountbat-ten
ten Mountbat-ten is writing an article ebout
LBdy Mountbatten for Confiden Confidential.
tial. Confidential. .Joseph Schildkrau' is be being
ing being talked of for the leading role
in Paddy Chayefsk.'s "The Dyb Dyb-buk
buk Dyb-buk From Woodhaven."

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North and South vulnerable
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I Pees I Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lesd-Q

Jtwajiry Shop

Anawer to Pravloua rua

Fifteen of the couhtry'a m-

earl,

What do you bid with the

North hand after your partner
responds one spade to your open opening
ing opening one club? Two spadai la cer certainly
tainly certainly an underbid; no fancy bid
seems indicated. You will prob probably
ably probably do just what this North did
and give a jump raise to three
spades.
Now look at the South hand.
Twelve points, a good five-card
suit and two aeet. You might try
t lot of scientific fol-de-rol or
you might almply bid game and
and the rubber, This South

lumped right to tlx spades,

11 wait had opened 1 diamond,
South would have been down two
tricks, but that quean-jack ten
combination looked too aoUd.
West opened the Queen of clubs.

aoutn won in dummy; drew
trumps with three leads and

piayen a second ciud, west s jacn
was allowed to hold the trick and
now It did not matter what the

defense did from then on.
South simply finessed against
West's ten of clubs; discarded' the
jack of diamonds and a low heart
on the long eiubi and took the
heart finesse. When that worked
he had brought home his slam.
East and West were k little

better about South's luck, While
they have my: sympathy, North
and South have the slam.
VI

Acaoaa
I finger Jewelry
I buckle
Snew runner
II Sacred Imege
II Exchange
premium
14 Spanish hero
14 Place for
wraps
IT Intimidate
tf Frenchman's
name
tl Disinclination
to move
II Anglolaxon
letters
II Matching
jewelry
24 Policeman
IT Domestics ted
II RuHltn rivet
II Kitchen toil
M Ghost
IOftheeeoan
u withdraw
II Charity
II Observes
4IUlr
41 Reman bronte
44 Snicker
41 Hebrew
tribesmen
4IDenee
II Anger
14 Repetition 1
II Nolle
IT Rabbit
II Brother of
Jacob (Bib.)
H Cereal grain
10 Leg joint
tlnieeteggi
DOWN
1 Opulent
I Unemployed

I Midday
4 Angry teek
5 Barrier
Self interest
TKIniefbeastl
I Volumes
Strewed
iOApteryi
U Notion
II Young est
10 Memento
11 Long-eared
animals
M Vneenselous
state
II Jewel
II Enduring
il German city
10 Pheasant
brood

II Solar disk
II Second
generaUon
II Spanish win
40 Hebrew
ascetic
41 Adhere
41 Consumed

4ITjrrian
princess
4TOperetteiole
41 rtmoui
English school
10 Unices
changed (legal),
It Xld'i mother 1

ii Burden
II Kind ef breed

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Women Promise No Female Fripperies

After Clean Sweep In City Elections

natori filed a resolution

thii month demanding full
llpplne sovereignly over
bases here.

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Phi-U.S.

Bohlen, in Bataan Day speech
Thursday, said the task of collec collective
tive collective defense by the U.S. the Phi Phi-1
1 Phi-1 opines and other free nations
"Involves a measure of sacrifice."
"In some instances and indeed
in many it involves the limitation
by a county's own free choice of
the full exercise of Its sovereing sovereing-ty
ty sovereing-ty for the common good,' the
American envoy laid.
l-lks to Attend
Methodist Church
A thankulvlng servile wJU be
held at the Panama Methodist
Church tomorrow evening at t:M
for Pacific side Elks.
Tho minister, Rev. Ephraim Al Al-phonse,
phonse, Al-phonse, will deliver a special ad address
dress address to the gathering.

All members of Elkdom are in

vited to attend.

legit jazz. Gar wat a musician.

Get ready for the newett hob

by: ham TV. (that't right just

like nam radio, oniy naraer.j.
Sid Caesar lecturet en snace tra

vel in the next issue of Mad Mag

atinc. He writes as Professor Lud

wug von Orbitmacher. .Duke El

lington is expected to soaK up at

mosphere in the far reaches of

Michigan before trekking to Hol

lywood to write and record the
score for "Anatomy Of A Mur

der."
J1U Corey wai the victim of a
bad rap when her picture appear appeared
ed appeared in a Sunday paper with a fugi fugitive
tive fugitive millionaire stock manipulator.

US Army Caribbean
To Receive Award

For Suggestions

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Cardona To Play

Own Composition
At Margarita
A high point in the repertoire
of the numbers lilted for Protes Protestor
tor Protestor Cirdona Wednesday N i g h t
Concert in Margarita will be one
of his own selections entitled.
"Twilight, in The Tropioi."
The major portion of the pro pro-gram,
gram, pro-gram, which will be held at the
Margarita Union Church and it
scheduled to begin at T:W p,m
will be devoted to the work of
bach, Schubert and Chopin.

United States Armv CaHhhoan

It to receive an award ior the
quality of suggestions submitted
by Department of the Armv em.

uoyes during fiscal year 1958,
he Office of the Chief nf Infm..

nation announced.
The Department of tha Armv

in recognition of the benefits re-

cwveu rrom we administration
of an active employee suggestion
program, has created a series of
special awards to be presented
each year to the major commands
Which achieve the highest em employe
ploye employe suggestion rates. These
wards will be presented to those
major commands which recived

ard which adopted the highest
numbfr of employ suggestions
per capita during fiscal year 1888.
Awardt for suggestions adopted
will be give to U,s. Army Cerib Cerib-beany
beany Cerib-beany the Quartermaster Corpi
and Fourth UJ, Army.
Commands to receive awards
fer suggestions received were an announced
nounced announced as: Slgnsl Corps. Fifth
U.S. Armv and U.S. Armv Paifu

The number of suggestions sub submitted
mitted submitted by Department of the

Army employees increased by 41

muuon noiiars, tne Army News
Service release stated. The record

attained by da durlna this na.

rlod was recognised by the U, s.
Civil Sevlee Commission and the
National Association of Suggestion!
Systems ss outstanding,

QThe bidding has be
aZtfc West North

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AK10S V88 )AS1 eElll

Whet so you 001
A Fats. Tee have

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TODAY'S QUESTION
instead of Wddtog three Blubs
your partner has jft.
trump. What o you do to this
instance?

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WINONA. Kan. (UP1) Mn.r The firlt have m special axa

Marie Wycoff, new mayor of 'this to grmd, Mrs. Wycoff sairj.
western Kansas village, promised "du.t we've been thinking about

today that ana, her woman pouee me sewer system ana ciesnin up

judge and all-woman city soun-

Cll won l nang enmu curiam u
the windows of the two-room ci

ty hall. ,
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HUl 11 WOU1UU 1 autt'iise Tftuw

na's menioK it tney aia, uer

what happened in the munlapal

election this ween,

The seven women, none witn
eny political eperlenee, tuc
eessfully waeed a last-minute
write-in vote eampaijn .and
ousted the Seven uneppeseJ
male eanallelaHi for we eity
offices.
"I never law anything like It
In my life," taid E. T. Hunting Huntington,
ton, Huntington, editor and publisher of the
weekly Wtoona .Leader. J'The
town ii full of chiracteri."
"Wo glrli;teiwr Saturdiy
and decided to run after aeveral
people called ua and taid it wat
time for a change." Mrt. Wycoff
"Id.

"It's quite en honor, 1 turn.
Jut we didn't really expect te
'In. I shouldn't lay (hat,
should It" aha added.

the town a bit, We also plan an

addition to the school.
Some of the, male candidates
still can't understand how tneir

lopponenta logged a 2 1 margin

over tnero with tne write-in votes

Huntington said.

The general sentiment is in
proportion te the vote," Hun
Hniten sold. "This vl'leee Ii
very happy and intends to
atari behind them all the
way."
Four hundred persons live m

Winona.

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WASHINGTON (UPD-AFL-CIO
Preslden tOeprge Meany today
advocated federal action to make
unemployment compensation mora
than a rmare detour on the road
to relief.' :.
Meany presented labor's de demand
mand demand to lneraase the amount and
duration of jobless payments In
testimony prepared for the House
Ways grid Means Committee.
The AFL-cio leader claimed
the U.S. economy has not made
s complete recovery. 'True un unemployment."
employment." unemployment." he said, is now

8,808,00 instead of the 4,367,000

reporteo py tne gevernmtm nr
March.
He aald the nearly two and one one-half
half one-half million workers on short
shift! because of slack production
are equal to 1,100,000 full-time un unemployed.
employed. unemployed. He said there is addi additional
tional additional hidden unemployment be because
cause because about 300,000 youngsters
who would "normally enter the la labor
bor labor market are too discouaaged
to look for jobs.
Meany urged passage of a bill

that would require states to nay
benefits equal to half the weekly
wagea of moat workers for up' to

39 weexi.

, Ha said payments now averag averaging
ing averaging one-third of lost wages do. mt
come oloia to paying a family's
basic living eosls.
"I don't think we are asking for
much, but I want to say with all
ha conviction that I have that
thii it the difference between a
compensation system that la doing
ihe job and one that is a mere
detour on the road to relief,' 'he
slid.
The administration, which op op-poses
poses op-poses federal standardi, haa re requested
quested requested extension of coverage to
include 3,200,000 more workers in

the Jobless insurance program, It

huh me sine snouin raise Dene-fits

Meany charged that the unem unemployment
ployment unemployment rnmnensation nrneram

haa been deteriorating ever aince

it was enaeiaa in 103a neevise

the states have refused to increase

oenams.

He gave these examples: in

oniy rive srates ran a worker re

reive half his sverage wage in

jobless benefits, In only eight

states, do an claimants receive
paymanta fer at laaat 38 weeks,

Unemployment compensation.

taxes on employers have decline''

rrom an average or cents p
hour worked in 1888 to l.S cents

per hour worked in 1988. he said

Meany said last year's recession

nowed tne neen tor a cross-the
board improvements in benefits
He said one-third of the 13 mil

linn Americans who were unrm-

nmyed at one time or another
during tha year did not receive

any benefits. Almoj.' three ilMon

recipients exhausted benefits be
'ore they found a job, ho added

Hubert (field

Set for Tomorrow

Hubert (Taylor) Ifiald. an as.

yerr-old Barbadian tailor, died
sat night at thii home in Charri

110,
Funeral services hive been
tcheduled for tomorrow at 1 p.m,

it Merrera cemetery.
Mr,- Tfield la lurvlved by hti
l-chlldren Mrt. Hilda Johnson,
Mildred Bullen and Cltrlce Sul Sullen,
len, Sullen, who took eara of him rim-in

his illness. 7

DOOR BARS WAY
LONDON (UPI)-Stage escape
artist Alan Alan got out of every every-tmn
tmn every-tmn at a nerformance for cot

victs yesterdsy-and then found
he couldn't get through the prison
door.
Alan escaped from 'handcuffs,
ropat and chains on stage before
an attentive audience at Worm Wormwood
wood Wormwood Scrubs Prison.
Ashe was leaving the building
after the show, he found hit way
barred ny jammed door, Alan
stood aside while a hefty guard
shoved it open for him, (

Panama Aulo, S. A.
Tel. 3-4550

U.S. BIOOIIT MARKIT

LONDON (UP1) The Untied

mates now is Britain's largest

port merxei, tne government an
nouneed.

A eovernment took asm sn said

the United Mates roae to he top
spot from sixth place In 1848. Ha
said British exports to the United

States jumped from 1177,800,000 If

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' .1.;15 ill be II 7;18 under the leader -- ,, .i vv,,,, '. ,1-,'
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,t ostchlim ow supial itoli si cob ' The Rev Clareare W Hayes. hinders at 4:0G pm ....Wits Momerill FORT CLAYTON
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blast turrAT CHURCH ,' I
Margarita Avainto at 5t11 Stroll
- Mum ha, Cam) Znille
aft,. W111411 et Porker. rant
&utak, Schaal 0;45 cat
Mornina Worship ... II:00 141
Baptist training ilnion.ilo', 11:30 P.m
Iveninl,:;11 r0htP t04. 1;45
, Brattier t 0411
PraYar Sarawak Wadavpaaye 1;00 om
w p.tu tot &a Irrielaye r
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PANAMA CM
Sinjoit it Pitt W. lishott
13 rohotory Strait, Phenol 31-20054s
31310 holism Mootins t
3 IN) Sunday School 1
7i30 SalvatiOn Moatini
PRAISO. CA- ,
Envoy Alit Stra. C,..1... Moseley
Guiana Strait
11100 Noll-nos Meitinl j '
C0LON CINTSAL
Sr CaStoin Mrs. it. Grant
14th Sweat, Phone 1111,143 .. ,
11:00 tiolinom Mooting , ,
s, 3 110 Sunday School

I TOO Salvation Mooting
COLON THIRO STRUT' f
gr. elptain IL TlYier t
111)11 Kollin Meetins '
3:00 Sunday School i,
7:30 Salvation 1loatihs -
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RAINSOW CITY; CM
Envoy j,, Gill -
3:00 Sunday School .k,
7110 Salvation Mooting
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UUlan Churches
Imam&
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lelbee Reed At fin rible litrat4
Peewee phone'
- Church. Once 13Ail
9:10 a. ,-Chureli School Praia Mil
aerviec C saes tor all aim
10:30 a.m..-Worabla &Mel Charcn
litert-Hour tor Rintiororton
and primary childrim, a ChuroltTiroo
Cradle Roil and Nuroary
6" rehlontAA Kiln tallawahia,
6:30 Inta. gm wi Junior High
genowl no, -
7:o0 patwollenior High Polleyship.
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mARGAIIITA 1,'
morgarits MI,' and Oohing; thoge-
Root Titgodovo gronigith Fodor
Phonegi Othro, IMMO. 14401
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Sum thr Windom
thm Church "chord, Otto ggroloo,
Mumma; Ntirmory through adult,
11100 gat Morning It's 11119,
hymen IN Infant got! gotairghil,
&on, r 4,
Cue oht iunlovirollowohip,
41:11 Om, Youth ohnotphlo,
A goloplots oh ulo of gutting?? ot
Whit grid ottloial !outlook u en.
noungod Mgt week to w00
GAMIGA 1
Re Walks!? M AldPrien Poulin
Oft,t 4410 Rim, 4.144
9:30 cm liontlay,Semoi, ,
1.0:411 4,m, MorMS4 WorMM,
Offloial mmtinis arid wsxflajo
vitips Am announced ,,
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Winn M. Aldorten. Psalm 1

(lithium Naomi Clitirthos
First Churl it Christ, Orient lett Almon
4
lia0 Anson lioulevard
Sunday Serving 11100 om, us' litimitig
' 1:30 Ctn.
Wednesday 1:00 Om. A
Reeding Room 101 Salto Omet
, daily 'auxin gundsFe andnolidsys trom
' 9:30 to 11:30 cm and lin ta 400 pap,
91110 to ills ton,
tvenitil MOUP11 Coo to Idle 10,1s musept
, Weriossdaye,, end Itaturdage,
11 or (vital
ruurr WU C
, SCIINTINT, Cristobal
, Ali 'hurt aervires will he held m
the Cireund 11001 1loom 01 the Masonie
Temple In CriotetAti Meat door to the
, Margarita Floriatl, Intesnob tm gals,
' boo AVenUlt through the Amide,
Sunday Service 11:00 a,m
woltivistley Evening Teetimonial Meet
htt 11:00 o'clock,
e anda, 80h001 to held mt030 Cm.
Reading iloom Mown Monde, id
to COO p,m,, sw, Wedmaday COO to Till'
Yoti are cordially invited to attend
the services and to use the Reading'

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V, wednesday 010 P.m, ' ilittlitilaii id roc Ole '-' k. r "I' Fln t. P 4
ovim a t to al :00 u,m, ar meg, ,,, unday School o, col r 4 o 10 INI ale ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,...-,...,,,,... i, 4 ,' '''''' N11:r; .e:
Provided Ample' lia'''rld' n,g -,: '
Readirs no.m 11011 &albeit EMI
orshio Service few t. t tit col ,,
: dallY Sasso, Sunday. andliellesyl trope '' eb'em,Thlinno1 Idal,r401 ber4toils. im sid. 14'S 8,,m' ittrouitt 14141114, --: :
1:30 ter II:30 11.1n- Ind lieu 10 d'u,' NM, ur ey ,, ,- !" , , ,... r : st, cluistoohooll china 4 ,. angel atie mole' y... 10 am
euth ler" 1 ;.28 DM Registration
,,t,,,,,,a ,,,,, to It:10 gm, -.. Alumni:00 Clane'.400 gag no Monday "..' Iota iStreet Parente Lehr" 4.... $ : odroodoPi 11110 11111111.1 14' 4.,u, ' arc n ''s, '. r 4' .,...0 ,
Small MOW" COO te 8100 OA. 011410P1 ', 008 LADS OP, GOOD 1001111111EL Tao Rev Clarence 11,, HU 4, ' and PraYel er1118 "444' '444 I 0, Degin r
,, Wednesdaye,,ang liattirdaY11, i ,,,i ,, g . Priest l charge
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,f, MET CRUNCH OP twat under waseeel 1:00 ari(1800 gra. 0, ,,,Oodet11111. a ,, 4....4 ,,, ..: 1., ',' '... ,, Lut 4
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ECUENTINTi Cristbal, A4 -: oly Gay Mammal COO criti egg GOO SUNDAY' 1,,,'" ; 4 4r"- 1 1 4 ', , '' , :
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: '14 7. ',", ,1
, All 'hurt esrvirea
'IvIll 1"" in 11411 '' ''' ''' "''' 1' '' :00 gItt Holy Communion. 1
eran -2,- Detoratung bchool
,', the.Ground Floor .11loom 01 the Masonle Cottle:Diets Miura, st 1100 gm, gust De a,m Sung Sucharint and Amen, ititorrmitin 14C111111I811 CRUTC11 ',,. ; .. .1 ',lilt ',1--." i 41 1 A ';''11440411100,41610 011"
Temple in Cristobal (neat doer te the atter ell evening devotions. ,., ,, : 1 DO a.m. Hornina ,, l
, Primer and Church ,t,' trelhol Read et Wight gifeet .i 4 881tTICuillu011 wiu, Pegal ratiuun
,,, Riatterita Fieriatl linty:mei le on Salo Paptiouns by abbbbliment: ' School. '' 1. 4' s N g rpna0 1"6110 r'06643111111:111gotalr tor those r I s se - -
InEol)-415pIttarsttearriess I,
Ipoe Allentil through the Artadet ' kfiraculattot, fIcalak Novingt, 1100 9.n, Illz noon Holy Bannant. ,,., : ,
, i sunday Service WOO 1,, in Tusaday, ,,, ', : '' : 41.30 10, Evensong and Ell' ?MAY loileel:taieii clue i cop' '' dise osetoteontdado! 1 : vtluNalaMPeREr,
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' )01):"." 414-1,ft PROTESTA L r
,,,,, Wednesday Evening Testimonial HIM Sowed limier Nominal 1.S0 gal Oo MONDAYS , 114: '' mivine Service 10:11 em Pu
t c upe 11 lis Pwrdisialcstibei eine
enrolled et the 013 over.the desert, impervious Y , API Poi
. int c00 o'clock, ,, .,. A itriday, : '.: ) .,... -' r. 110 g,in list and ardi Noma mow.. neiy CommUnion lint' SUIldit et the residence of the director Mrs. 1 Se Argentine actress Linda lio I Ito 11 P J J
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"... Deeding twin Hours ... nage, COO Religion Iran:nation Clam tee Ow. Ttieguoro ,,," -- ,. , ,- Ammo, suds k ,f, 1,, r, ,,,, 4 '' ', '''" ,"'" '' guide. She wee among a group
, ,,to COO p:m. 04, Wodmadoy 11;00 to 1118 drool COO axe on Thursday. , DO gin, tu n I Or Daughters
w the e a I th et .' qua latettre
,14, 1, .' nee 0 0 rip ,,
Religious Inetruettorw roc adults teatt. t ., .,, ing. .. , : Mt Frederlek S. lillik, Slug The ,, school' Wilt reopen tor of sight-seers who journeyed to 4
, ... you ars cordially invited to oaten ducted in Iliaanishii lieu si.so sa Mott. 110 Dm. math, relliewilhiP4 !,t'i',t.','s Divine Service 11 e.m. i ., classes in cake decoratWg May Melt, Egypt ta sea landmark.. :,- i
the services and to use the leadingeng 411EDDILSOAYS ,' ,, ,, ,,,,,, "Holy Conummion., last Stmdity or the
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Pew; desk in wines by WedoesdeS Pee li It thl IOW et Ong 'Won'
tot the woe:, Saturday's ;Mitch Pass, ,, ..,'' 4- ,.1- (- ;,, .:,. -:
7--- Ministors. shuttle secretaries end elisplaies me soil( to Catena the
01 rename sod Colon Republic ot P4101Mils' mitend a ',skim, at ell
1 times to men sad voom'oe et the instil sorissa and to ,sleilian, itailli.
: bon. friends lad stiseeom,. L- 1.3 -1- ., : ,-' '.
',, -,, As a publie femme rim nenaite Amerisaii lists belewi by 4some
i eatleas,- similes et keen et worship dee ethet Amulet estivitiell --.--
11, .7 t Lifting' me imitated teem time to time, tionentinatioas Sieving oely
ego et two simereoatioils am Retell emir !01bet Cbasslies 6 Seryises,"
., A Alarm! lima. A sesieded fes tOrtifell 0 Army posts, Alt torso bun
anti Novel station. ,,, pi? -2,.,. k., .'.4,:. . ..... ", -,,

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' Suhtlay Samos! 1100, COO, 1014 oh0
og Del IANolool SAIL OM, ijill 'Jo
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On I:00 p.m ) ;
ontoolono littUtdlyi SIMI lo lilt
on 7;00 to 1.00 o vo Thunsfloy Whore
otrot- yriooy volt to moo p.m,
. POiroculotho Modal liovoolot 7:99 944
tot Moodays ; ,,,, ;,
Coloohlom olailo atom Um '11;00 SUP
po ounday ,
Kish School Stud,' Culp 0:39 0.111, 01
Fociwoodsy .-.; , -,,t, , ,,
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swigs, 441, 740 :Sn
1101Y Dog oalmoits filth 6.0 and 1100
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aoatestoom. Saturday 11:410 to btu stio
L.11 tet, S:04,911n1W141, DOTI Irino
ertoy tip pnit
Sacred KIWI WritotWell too pst
fridaYl" '
Cial41410111 Z1061.4111 W 4:45 nas en
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OUR ukriv 69 IVATIMAClifunds
funday Mau st 1:00 cm.
KalY-Osy Mao at 1110
Contoutmn; 1;01 11 1111 161 011
tottstam Clair Saturday Odd le lt
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sT, Jostrvswatio
-Sunday 'Massa at 1100 OM 11;11
itoly Day Maw It 11;00
Wiekday Menmisi r
contwooml soutd. oat 1:14
,to 1;30, 4 4
Catechism Owl' Iluhday 1100 adat
ktiracutoo, Medal Novena; 1ahl
on friday.
Conessc Umosuetleme Thursday '1100
z
'''itT. VIINCSIMI-4ename City
SundaZ neon' MOO end 1110 ans.
Holy Coy, MIMI 810 and lt00 P.m
It fano on Saturday tho Meow Or
S:00 end 140, tot 0 ,
- k A'
Continuum' Saturday $110 to COO gni
Ltti to f:00 p.m Thuntdsvs before first
,
1
rrieloY T:30 Pm '
- Mifocutotio, Modal 'Novorkil kotO Stit
;tom of the ICromiU irtielay 710 OA
Catechism clout Ana. lin mama m
I hitreeutotle, Medal femme ao0
;10m of the ,Crosou friday 710 OA
PS.11 Ims.a.asrum MARMON rg,F polo
I PCM Of the froollU 7.10
Cateehlem legit Anw MINI
stechigm Clam After 11130 mio got
Convert Cio 1,44,1:30 p.m. Tootle see
ST. IMERESS11.:-Catbli
Maas' 1110' a atl
Moly Day Maaa,:46,00,oat. It talliL
tM Saturclop.4:10
Catechists Clasa; Ilk to COO on
StondaY ,-''' 4 '
Confessional COO IS ISO Lis Stmclay
'1? ',L. ';
t6 tA
JONyc AA-erupt '1111 SAPul
- tkil0 .1q
rairguat muleire
Sunday, Matson SOO ond 1:31) p.m
Weak thiya Mao. 0:$0, Mon,,- Thur.
Fri. and Sat Firat Friday maul COO cm
1147 007, Stastaa,,,.,S;00 ,IJO COO
, Canlesilonak,a:30 to a:IS an0 la to
at00 on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Nol;dinai Tficlaf '4310
0.1re
Catehlifil p di on 'uncial
711Eiti4S1711-4,a soca
COSVort Clapp: mood, No vas
, , 1.
ilundat Stasi 1100 am ".
Holy ay Masa SAO p,m
Controlona, Saturday CIO to IMO p,m
Thursday arms tuns-friday I:30 pot'.
Catachiam Clara', 5:1S 041-' art- Sunday
Sacred Hort Nevado, ?MO pm- fliN
rridit ,"
Corivort Closi PIO 111.1S 011
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ATLANTIC SIDS
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, Sunni, stia'Ssoa, 010, 11:60.- and 0 ;lb a.m 1
Holy Dity Mimeo? ti41 slid COO s,m
snit 1:411 P.m' i ,,
Contessions Suturday pipe pp Slog and
Ism to 0:00 P.m
Mira Culous Mot lit Novena' Wed lifibility
a lb and 1:00 p,m ,"?' h '' ''
Soorod Heart. Soiling. Vida, 01 lb tun 1
Sunday -Evening lisrviem 7:00 p.m,
consort Claw -Tab ,o.ns im, Mondays
liso Thursdays 4 ' '''
Catooniam Clam Suoilay,10:1" ctn.. to
11:411 o m ? CO Pim in 411 d'in,
find fridayExposition at eat siva,
Id Saerament all day Hancellisti at Soo
thm Saturday Meaning, ,t ;,,,,
Itind SolordaY Devotion" to eur i.ady
ot Fatima...The Holy Rotary-43:00 a.m.
'trot COrtuntnijon litatrtscliona tor ahll ahlldm
dm ahlldm Monflaya, and Thuridaya 1100 to
, ,
MIRACULOUS MICOAlp-Crlittiboll
' Sondoy Masada: 1:00, CM and 10:30 Lin,
Ncill' 00V,, M011111! IV:00 1:00 amt, and
lab p,m '", t
DonloattiMitif 'stolid, COO to SOO and
f ;1St to 11100 pp .htierlincary Nob eve evelino,
lino, evelino, t ?; ;, t T ,-
MirICUieue, medat Novottai lil and
:00 p.m on Moodoy, t
Dateeititen Claw Alto MOO Ida 00
Sunday", ,,o--- 3 o 1
Filet tridti3 Canoodling all dal during
ins school Vase,
CM Saturday, Maio ot MOO am.
- 7 ,', t
SOLIeloAMILS Cifultell in transits
, Sunday Mascot 140, ISO, 1144 a us
, Strat Saturday Muni ,..,, 11:00 am,
WeekdaY ; Manse0; t?,,,tt, 1100 Lin,
- Salorday ,1- 1:00, y,m,'M 1;00 p,m
1- tritsWotis IMMO Novena ;eo p.m
, oly .-111 Mammal 100 11,In :11 pat
it
',' Ont.M1Olt bAil V, to didb p.m
, 1 ovary litoncey
I Petah romilst4 pas apd 1
, ,, manedictinti., .1,314,ti4i Vag 11A0
: overy ;;Wodnatiday-,3'.
plactiasitirr., Itioult4,1141S0P lin DM'
- every ., Friday-1 .,
Aolasti",: ,r1day 'ovations 7t00 teM,
Sitterden ; PaV0110n0,, .3 V100 11,m.
,'. ST,,,VINCY-11211b-,NoSiborp CRY
SIM, day Mpsot-tt 1 tiO0-1.01, and MOO
11,114 I ,i,, ,'
114011 Dal, ,Staystai3O010 04141, and Ogni
coteasiona. 4100. to tk011 and IMO le
11;00 0,m Saturday, Ile 4..
, Catechism Ciao: 40;411 in, on Sundt."
' Convert CiaatiAlvery,,, tmday el MO
elm. ,, t., .. i 11,4
' stirsatilato, lgigiselionnal 1;09 P.M
on T000day..0 t...,-, ttP. ,,,,
Samar goat, ;11024moi TIM los" on
rfliittli , , , v ';
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'iMmACIILATK toteCILPTIOne.Oettle
, dittridaS Maier Gill 111410' k , 1
,, inY Do Rosati 11:00 Att..'
amionci,1110 to adot on. aro Sob
t. ?lilies's ceste41xl wig pp elemides
', OUR (ADS OP, 0000 COUPSOL
eetkpobee '1'
tunday Mssumu 1:00 and '100 itrat'
1Y Day Muesli 11011 Say ond POO
Confosolotta Saturday at ISO POI end
stet ell evening dovotionst- ,.., ,,,
iloottims by aormitymons -'
biliraoulotia; liticOak,Novenalt 10 114M
on Tuesday, ,,, , Att, ?
Snored ,ilitser' "ovonst;tile OM 001
ounday ilehootr 11' 0 ism, en Illundast
' Religimm Instruction Clam roe Chit.
Irsol coo oxis an Thursday. ,
Religious Inatritotion for adult.? Oast
dusted in Spanish): MO sun cm MOO'
I Convert Instriletiona by ompointniete.
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. NO CATHEDRAL- OP JIT, INKS
-' ... ill,INDAYS ',
SUNDAYS - ,-, ',
7;30 am Holy Communion, ''-- ',
MIS a.ra Owen, School (Holy Com
munion Ord Sunday t '.- ' 1-
CM am lento Communion, 1rd Sun
smell Ounismcso ,,,,',- Mit A a)
, 11;00 am Morin's' Traps, and kr
PloP, itoly Communion ill, Sunday,.-
7:00 pm .. tannin, Serviosk i
'; ' SUN taliu4 VII,,, 2 ,.,,'. l
4 A 6 sa. Moly Cnmmunion. -,,, :-'
IAD Dm Evening Priors', 4. '-
, .. iii) V DAVir ,., ..
adits '10ri 'holy ommunton.' ..- "2
01.10 a ni Holy ammonia ''. ''' ...
1
- - DAILY -..,' .! s
11:16 oh& hiontin0 Prove -, ' ,.'
4;00 ,litk.da Muudenan. Pratara ''-
., .., C00014 --
. '4 Church es et 'Andrew ' ,'
, Tht lav William W Snidein, ,:
, Pilot in Charge., ,,, a', T
stimpAits , i , ,:
,.,,!
Stray Communion .''. ILIS a.m
Family, Prayer. and
Quash' School LSO am
' iAlso Hwy Communion 'end
. morning Prayer ds..-Sernson 41,00 am
Sunday each mown, -, ..
NviDN0SUAYS -, ,,,,-, -,
Noly CommUnilM,,,aS is ,,,,e ploo cm
C0110kAL f
z chapel el The Good Shepherd
' Ths gar Clarenre W Hayes,
tided in Charts
rKumva g , ,- I
coo cm morninalraysr :,
(WC, find Friday mob Mantis).
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en nom Jahn Knopf Priori 171 CIPlifill
ChOrll Suonarial and Per,
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SUNDAYS - , .--
mon .,;,,,y,4, 0000 ,,,, :00 am
''; hurert Sohn Li .. . 100 p m
- placopoi Vouni cnurolunon :00 p m
verimeris arid Sermon 4e,, 100 p.m
I
NI NDAY11,. TUESDAYS, ,
I
and fillDit'S ''''
Yarning Prayer. and Holy
vemmunion s s ,. ..... ,, ,' PO a m
tyoning Prayer ',.,..,,,,,,, la 0,m
Woman p,Auxillary.,Ond ant
WSUNDSDAYS 4 THURSDAYS '
Holy Communion- s ,.., I s s : :00 0,m
' rominit 1113, ,s,,,,,,,, :00 o.m
viniliiii ernY01 .... I :0n, tom
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SATUul3AVS f., ,1,7.. &'
larallY Eucharist ,',, 4 1:30 a m
Office of Comtline 1:00 p,m
,,t -I, f', ., ; ..' LS SOCS -
' ,', St, Patat'D Church ' ''','
the Rea. Ohio Open, Priest in Charge
Mornina'nerat .and-Cluirsmo,.. .i
;rimer l'',;-a Areiv)i i 1 iiii, ko,.,1:04.-0,m
MOP ,t., m, s st t at 101"" 1'4
Confirmation: Clam: :I iti 'i4,', '" 1:30, a m
t,,Ch0r01 tuehaTint an ,,Ser ,
Holy Saptiern ", ; 110 noon
Svensong and, 7 :SO M
Srd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary I:30 pm
'THURSDAYS 'Of rt ST OATS
Holy CommunInn 11;00 6,m
rAwoico
Chanei of the Holy Comforter
Pen Shirley', Prier is Charge
THURSDAYS
a m. HOi Co ItutiOnien
MARGARITA 1
1'1 Church of, St. 4Margaref
I troave arid 'Rrecor Blvd.
' The Rev, Edrito C. Wehrle?
StINDAYS
1;30 cm Holy Communion.
CSO am, Church School Service.
'II:00 e.W-Morning Praer. (logy
: COMMUI1101) Drat Sunday et
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
COO ern, Holy Communion.
1PAHAISU r
The Rev Allan R. Went.
Priest in Charge
The Bev. Davie A Osborne, 0"-
, Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAE1,,
cud thorat Eucharist. .111 Itt7M011
11:$0 Cm, Infant Baptism...
4,100 so ;Mord) School ,
- 5:0 pm' Youth' Fellowship
1 00 Int, tastimong and Addram,
and Int 4tb WEDNESDAYS
( JO p to, WOrnefl AtintitRe$ end Al.
tra,4:0,010 marline 0. 4
rnNAMA CITY
lit Paul's Chinch
rho' Volk tAinuei stories, Roelof
Tha Rots Carlton O. Morales, Ass',
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11:00 14017 'X0113111ini01)
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10;4b at dlornim Provos and Chorea
School
th:00 wow ttolY SUM
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11:30 At Nei, communion
T:$0 lvonind PrilYIS and Sermon
WU:11400AV,
!Via ni Hwy Communion
1;00 pm, Loaning pray's
1311.111040AYI NI) IIIIIDAYIS
(1:30 t m Holy Communion
ligLY DAYS
1190 OM, MOP Communism ,,
s' CHRIST CHURCH 11T4r1111.11$4--
,-.., (Opposite Hotel anhlngtoni '',
Tne net'. J. tiger Poem's, Serial'
The Rev. Hoary A Make. Am Wont
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CO Lin. 0'01) COMMUnlan '''
!:30 Pm Solemn Evensong 0 glereura
e l0 cm Morning prayer ,, ,
0106 Sal, Choral Eucharist and Sennett
Itlitt am, Church licht!ol 7, 4 ,, o
liNDAVETUISDAII at THURSDAY
0;40 0,m, blornini Prayer 0
t:00 anu Poly COmmunion
COO pre. ironing Prayer
. 'i WLDNIODAy ,
1140 am. Morning Prayer -.
0:00 cm. Holy Communion
yip aro Evening Prayer It Addrem
, ' FRIDAY '.
1140 lkoln, ?Joining Prayer :.
re PAU Zvening prayer t ..,
AO am.,Children's Eucharist 1
' EATURDAT ,.,
140 Cm:Morning Prayeel ' ; ':. 4,
I:00 cm, r c,,,,4,1,
:00 am. enter Praarer ,,
MO 0,m. tire en i; ...dint. ,, ,,,
BIO ABAJO
' I SI,' Cludstogher's Chorea '.
,,' 10I14 Street, Parque Letevoll ,.... $
. Tbe Bev Clarence W., Hayes .1 ,.
4 Priest t charge
The Se Clarence A. CangwelL
' .. "Andataot ,,. ,.. , :
gummy' If '., ; , 4 e A t a ,
, :00 Au Holy Communion.
. la g,m Sung tucharlin end Anson
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I lie 1.m. Montilla Prayer and Chords
itiz n000 Holy Baptism. ..,
040 1,m tveniong end Sermon, o,
110 wet flat and ard; Noma Atlii.,
TUESDAYS "' ""-
040 gin, tu n I Of Daughters of the
'''. .' hill. .' .." o .. , o,
r:30 II.M math' resiowithill 4;'t ,'s
WEDNIF,SDAYS '
8:00 am. Holy ,Cormitunioi; T k,''' .1

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fvnMHIAlle Wm, ISO pm
Inapt fervies, pm
METHODIST
Sunitayi Cm, Panama Wpo lot
10i30 funday Schen!.
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Suntst 1 cm, Ponds
, 10 am, ?mime Sunday SchooI
, 7 VIE pm Pandas- EvonpDgal
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METHODIST NOTICES
lundisf. 00t, IMN-11 am, EmoVletor
illundiy, Oot, tOth-11 Nov,Victor
lohn Watoon I Dmt Mr.-A. A,
cohn Ws n 111 n,mt Mr, A,
111P Ott swkit:o 1.
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7Mondey, Oct, 110th...4;30'1,,m. preps.
tittion Clogs, Mr. Gee. 1100
p.m. Prayer meetinp Mr, Pearl ford.
Tumidity, Oct. 404 pm. alrie
1.4opue., Mrs. K. Kin& b
friday 1;30 pm...Choir ?rustle
CHURCH (001 TRH PRIAM:NH, :
Mount Hope Canal Zone
: Nemo Mom Mt,'Hene RR Station)
) Rev. Ralph Hymn", ,factei
Ron tilOte Ittorparita. Cm.
, Phone 3-2410
.sunday School 0:45'0,m,
Merninp Worthip ...,....4.11100
Evantielletie Sonde' 4 40 0.m.
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Morniiig Worehip '.4..44.1 Ise cm.
Pane' Betio dentin. v '30 p re.
Prey's, denies. Wed. ,itt,,.. 00 PA.
' NATIONAI. th ill? V 11.111ell ,?
Panama al.P Oro Streit Last
, ales at Ai Nitres's, Minister
Divine Worstitil d s:30 41M
Sunday School tiP 0 11:00 p.m
Sunday Mingell o uot 011ee t 3:43 I.1:43
- mi. AiNtlik-lit,..
SundaY Sehotli p 1; i. A NA ,11),1,12,
' Jsta'utISH'h WITNTSSES ,,
Maetings Thursdays. at 7:34 p.m. pm
lundavr at 4:0G pm Wits Men10,1111
MOS Nallsol aced Balboa 3. ., ,;
CHUSCH Oi JESVS CIISIST'-or
LA'TTEll DAT SAINTS (Mermen)
Chapel on Balboa toad
Prialthood Meeting Sunday 8;30 Cm,
Sunday School., Sunday 10:00 P.m,
, sacrament Meeting., Sunday MOO Pm
Relief Society, Tueadav 8;00 a.m.
' MIA Wadneaday 700 OA, ,,.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pan. ',
Telephone Balboa 4227
ANarilla Stanek
SUIlding IMO, behoolhoura Sold, Gatlin
, Sunday School, SundaY SAO cm.
Sacrament Meatini: Modal Ill00 s M,
CURUNDU POOTESTANT entlitell
"A Warta Hearted Church"
Millen K Laidlili Minnter ';'
. Shona iteo 113-7110 Of, sa-stes
Sunday School 11:30 a.111
A class tor every' age)
orrlint Warahin .' 11(00 Sm
outh allowMil) i r 0,ra
violins, Worahip LL,",..', ;00 Pm
rayer and Frahm (wed.) :00 pm
A church, aurae, in proyid ,.1,1,,,t
tiid. cntHoLit, citLincii ,I
I, llt Michael The Arcppoppl t
- - ilth St Wort No 1 '- t
itoiy ,latichariat 'Sunda,' 10 INS 111.m
Tuesdavw ,Wednaatiare and rturadar
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v. Ol000l asliblo Uhrlatts; Church
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amok, , Ilishoo
- ottielotlhooi:
Morning devotion r 'am
Fellowship Worship a :00 cm
Sunda,' ,80001 wt : :00 Pm.
CHRISTADCLPHIAN SOILS MISSION
als4 sth and J. Armament'. Co 16n
,41. SUNDAY 4
Memorial gimlet 10 :004 tin.
Sunday Sehoot 3:00 p.m.
tacturs ei 7:30 p.m,
' 44MONDAY 4.444.44
Adult Bible Cam ,to.4 TIP 1:4111
A imuirs varen
64 SIM &root
Uttunleaclen CI Ottemano ,Panami City,
trammel, Talko, end Olatuminm
thuradaYo..i taet
" Colon, Mit Iron; Whittle
- lupatairs American Balles)
Study ClagalafoThurnditya. 120 0,0
- orrurz MISSION MURCIA
- Sepa labs St., Persia
Rao Walfish' R Stewart, Postai
Sunday; WOO omt,' Worahip Semis,
1:00 pm. Sunday School, ,
r:15 pro. Gospel Service.
londayi 7:30 Youns People's 'Society
terigewdnxietaidaY4 7:30 FAM-week Citriatian
Thur NeloYf COO Chat,' Saboarial
riClayi SAO Womanly Sitaatonary Stw
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'' CHURCH 01' CHRIST
. 13th is Bolivar, Cristbal, C,E,
, ,, SUNDAY ,,
10:00 a,111.,Bible Shifty 2
11:00 azo..Morning Worlds ly and
, Commtinion ,,
1110 10411,Evsning Wont hip.
t WEDNESDAY
711011010."411dweak Sib le Study.
' Eat 0. Wri Obi. Events hat,
THE CHURCH cir GOD,
11 St. Parque totewre, Hie Abel
, A. J. Anvick Overseer
gis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worth lu 1120
gunday School 3:00 pan.i
Sunday Night Service 1:30.
Weekly ServicetP Nights; Monday
Wedri.udaY 01,10 rricia7, '',."
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THE CHURCH OF GOD
Ilith St. (Hants Omar Rd&
Rio Abalg
lievI William J.' Johittom...! wool
ItundaY School ,.,,,,t,..,, 1:10 cm.
mini Worship v ..,.,. 10:10 a",
Und117 Night Service , i TAO p.m
'' THE CHURCH Of GOD
) 7038 Eighth St.. Coln
,' Mrs. 11... C, Donaldson. Pastor
StIntley Iehool 4 ,, k 9:30 IInt.
Morning Worship ....,......10:30 9.m
' fundayNight ger4ice t 7:10 PM
I THE CHURCH Oill-' 00D
New Providence
' Mrs. M. litnes.Ppetet
, lunday School ,,.0,t.c.,,, 10:00 e.m,
MOrnin WOhiblP "i 6-1 to. 11;00 Lot
litmdaY Night Service op 1;30 9.M
, FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
, Cyr., Jamalcr'13' Trinidad Stgo
., Rainbow City , 1
ReeP. William lighttstou, restos 1
Sunday School '.4..0..,, 0:30 an,
MOITITIS WOrtihi0 1;4 OP 2131 11""
Sunday Night Sarvies.,,,,;31 010,1,
g, COMMUNITY CHAPEL 4 I'," 1
. piablo Heights, C,Z. li.,,,..,
, (near Diablo eehooll .. t I
Mei Cori V, Thompson, Mitilatat
sow ga. Diablo Heights C.Z... :: I
,,, flumee: Home, Gamboa 111 1
Choral' Balboa 1271 r'
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unday School ... r, t '10 tOti asit
Pettis Swots .7. co t 11100 sal
, outh gervie TO III m
angellatie irliti l' I c 40 m
, adneadayi ibis Shia I., ..
' And trayes motes IMO left
' ' Lutheran
smormult ITTRIMIAN tHURCII
.,,4 Balboa Rea at Wight miteet i
, 7 :Rev. Robert r Guasick, pastel 4.,
, , to. Son 11118, Balboa, 4 ,,
gunday School, lible Clara 0 0,11
RiVine Service 10:11 cm
Holy Communion. tinit' Sunder' !title
month. ,,, f ''' I ; i
vi ,- Allende ilida:k y- t ,, 1
.4 Coes Solo Chapet,," r
,' Mr. Frederiek S. illielt, Thee
Divine Service 11 a.m. i
,, Holy Conuntmion. last timidity or the

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Swiss sitar's heart Witt Lat
Ours Joao Selects, Ca. &Psi Nathan
stein Director,
Servile friesyt,1110 tun leakiness
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Iles 44e iistinp et sowisit sinner
tattier orate Isola iinti ilitationah
4.61Stisolitul gel Shotritit tiresi,Ave
wee cHbe ant Seth Weft Belie Viotts
Punkin. City awvisee 1100
Posts, and Basess
, PACIFIC EDS
Ps'otostant
FONT AMADON '
Junior Churehlunday Schott! I:00
Mrnint Worship 10:00
Church.timo'NUtiory So110131 10:00
Fellowship Nous 11:00
FORT K011111 1
Sundsy Sehtkol ,;,,. 100
Morning Worship ,,i, 10:30
Youth Failowslup 0;10
11.11. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Schoot ..... 010
Morning Worship IL ;00
(Moly ,:ommuniort First Sune
day of Month) ,
FONT CLAYTON :
illitida-ydit;a-ar dd. ISO COO
' Morning Worphip 0. 10;15
Youth Yollowship-4unday i 1100
ALISOOK. AIR FORCII AU
Sunday School .tt11114 skt 1130
Morninl Worship 1140 is 10145
youth, ollowphip 10 tIt elA CA
Adult iblo Closo-pMondly 140
'',, Young Poogio's,t Inottuotion
Tuesday ..... S:30
15lh ND HEADQUARTSIS CHAPEL
Morning Worchip .1 p
, Isoly Communion 'lilt attn
day di Month)
Cation,
FOHT AmADOR
Daily Mass 4:15
Sunday Mouth; S:30 & 11:30
Daily Mass, ' ', 4:15
, Sunday Masai; 11:30 & 11:30
vConfessions -r; Saturday 4;30
TORT KOBBE
Da ilY Vim ,;i..',,.!, '1.,;. 2' C15'
,,. Sunday MUM 1:0U: 'P 13 il 11:43
, gentaantorta Saturday '41:00 al 7:30
catechism ClassWednesday COO
0.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN 1
Sunday Mass ..9;30
FORT CLAYTON
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Daily Masa .. 6100
Saturday MIMI e. Ito I too 't1:00
Sunday- Masa :30
Confessions ;Saturday 7:00 8:00
COROZAL ;.
Sunday Mass , 10:30
ALBROOK AIR TOROS 'SASS
Dairy Masa , .. 1:00
SaturdnY Min 1 7:00
Sunday Mamma Ai di 18:00
Sunday Masa (Spanish) 7 :00
Novena Service, Tusaday 5:00
Confaasionat Saturday 7:00
lowish
Tort Kohl, ;.- Saturday 11:00
.1.111041V11, Salboa.,-Friday 7:80
Albrook Air Toros Saturds'y 4:00
111041VO, BaltinaSaturday :30
ATLANTIC Swig
' Protestant
TORT GULICK
Sunday Sohnol 0, 110
Morning Worahip 10:40
Cates 10:80
Omit Minify ,c 10:30
Catholic
TORT GULiCK 4:80
Daily Mesa
Saturday Maas ,, ....... 11:80
tundaY Mame 8:80 & ipao
Wantons Saturday 12:00
- 110 7 ;30
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Tuesday , d '45
seyepth pti ptiAdyenijst
Adyenijst ptiAdyenijst WeeklY Services In ell ohurches
u gallows'
SATUNDAY
Sabbath School 11;30
Picini' Service WOO cm.
youth's Mettina 4:30 P.m
lisSuNEsDAV t
StildY Ind Prayer Service
7.30 p.m
reel& Side renemi
Peator FS. Archbold Tel, 2244$90
Cabo Verde. Avo. 17.r. do le oor No.
17.
Chorrillo ....AWL No. 27,
Pueblo Nuevo LA St. between LI'
end 4.th Sta.
SW Mop lith St. No. 27
Gamboa end 'Moho
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. C-11140
rector A.44, Genie Tel. 11-102
Spanish Churchile Pulite stcle rename
Pastor Pule". Monads' Tef.
Panama, Celli) Derlon No. S.
Pedrosa' Nuevo MOM
Atlantie Side
taator G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
cristobal English 16th A Bolivar
Ave.
Colon 3rd St. 1
EarissttoorballdiasnumielliCithaldlrbnietil Tael.1330t121v1rr
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Central Office
data Ciavilan Road, Balboa Tel.
MUD & 0.031.
MEIBMFPOW
talherine Taylor
Elected President
Of Nurses Assn.
The Isthmian' Nurses Auocla Auoclaflan
flan Auoclaflan held their annual convention
dinner on Wednesday in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest' House,
Fifty nurses attended, with Miss
R, Elizabeth Mush presiding,
At this ,time changes were
mule in the by-laws 'and dues to
conform with those of the.,Amer the.,Amerielln
ielln the.,Amerielln 'Nurses Association ofs, which
INA is member, 'I' 1
The following facers Were e elected
lected elected for 1050-1060:
President,,Ciitherine Wylie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, who is on the staff of the
ILS. Army ,Dispensary, rort Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; tire Vice k president, Helen
Edds of Gorgal,,Hospitall second
vice president, Marie Sellers, Co-.
co Solo Hospital;. secretary, 'Ann
B, Walther, Gorges Hos pi t a 1;
treasurer Jo Erances. McDonell,
I
Scho I Nurse, Pantimi Canal
Qom an; diregnrs, Ethel Myers,
Cior as Hospital '' and Itlizebeth
Marsh, Coco Solo Hospital.' tt-
, The, old and new boards ,, will
held a joint' meeting '0n' Wetinov
cloy,'Aprit 15 st 7:30 p,m.'in the
conference room, porgas Hopi.
tat, ..,:. i,'.' ,, ',', 't
Registration -1
1
To 4,' !.
' Begin For
DiC'orating School
' Matriculation bejlit may
tor those desiring. tn attend the
tonal, ,PrIctica de Decorado.
Pupils will, be enrolled at' the"'
residence el the director,. lrs.
Una ,Birmingham, No, 015 Par
nue Latevre;',.-
The school' reopen 7 tor
classes .in ',lake decoraUg May

14""! 11."11 ariS 11"1"na twill make their monthly corpilrel '' I , I,

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, $1., PAUL'S -- .-
, Purism City
-Bishop' ., Heber -Goodono- CU
preach and celebrate .:st St.
Paul's Churalf at -the 9 o'clock
Eucharist tomorrow,;Second Sun,
day alter Easter. ,,', .1
Membere of the- Choir 4' Gund
will make their monthly corpilre
ste-cimmunion st this service,
Other 'services during the day
wilt be et. the usual hours.
,
CHRISTI SCIENCE -
,'., Canal zone
God's goodness sod all power
will be brought out at Christian
Science services tomorrow,
"Are 'Sin, Dimes's, and Death
Real?" is the subject of the Les.
sonSermon, -
Scriptural readings win include
these verses from Psalms (1.03:
2,8): "Bless the Lord, 0 my soul,
and forget not sil his benefits;
who forgiveth all thine iniquities;
who hesieth 111 the), difillasec
i Also emphasizing the hump.
pious nature of God's creation
are selections tti be read ,from
"Science and 'Health with Key to
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
Eddy. --

. I at ohrnmilninft at this servfei, I k4 .z v e 1 4 I

FiR8T ,BAPTIST
Persia
The Youth Week activitiel
which have Nevin operation at
the ,frirst Baptist Church Palm,
tio Since Sunday of bat week will
be closed out Jamorrow night
with a Youth rally, This service
will be at 7;18 under the leader.
ship of Arthur Yialters, who was
selected as the, Youth Wfek .0as
tor.
Other servicsi for thi day will
be as follow:: Sunday school at
10 cm. with B, Lindsay as au auperintendent.
perintendent. auperintendent. Morning Worship at
11 cm. preacher, Abe Revi,e.
Walters; Training Union at 610
ILM. with MPS C. Lloyd, direc
tor; Evening Worship at 7;13 Ir.
clock 'with Arthur Walters Mel.

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LOS ANGELES (UPI),Forticr
screen star Mary4Pickford,
volved 'it Civil nit ever pur.'"
chase of a North Carolina tele;
vision station in 1953, 'scolded en
attorney yesterday when he asked
in cromexamination if she had
been intoxicated when she made
the television deal.
- "Definitely not,"$ snapped Miss
Pickford,' "and Wank to say. I'm
not intoxicated today.".
Miss Pick! or d, billed se
"America's sweetheart", during
her silent screen days,' continued
from her witnessitand seat:
think 'it ill a terrible thing
that yeti Iske'ti WOMan of my
nrominence and ask' it ouestion
like that of her I resent it very
much,
"Vie, lived a long and I think a
clean and decent life. The people
who have followed MY career
know Vv. been kind and char.
table. ;,
"Once,again, I resent that very
much."
At thit'point Miss Pickford's at.
torney, Named Noose, got to Ms
feet and entereci an objection to
attorney Sherman Welpton's quits.
tion.
"I think Welpton got the 'answ
er he expected," said Judge John
J, Ford.
Misr Pickford said, turning to
the Judge. "If I be so bold.
why did- be ask such a question
if hirkknew the ansomr he ,was
going te,get?", ,
,
Judge' For tpatiently exmlained.
be thought,Welpton probably wits
jUst b;,inct ,"overly eautious."
"And tinderly polite," retorted
Miss Pickford.
The actiesk; and her husband,
Buddy Roger', are betng sued b
Piedmont Publications Cnrp of
winaton.gelem, N. C., which is,
seeking to force them to live up 1
to On allgeck 1953 agreement to
sell their holdings in a TV Ital.
flan. Welptott is representing
Piedmont.
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UNIMPRESSEDAs Innteris
ono as over, tho Sphinx stares
out over the (inert, impervious
los Argentina actress Linda
Cristal b.,.ssea a Intillng tOuriSt
, guide. She was among a group
of sight-seers who journeyed to
Gizeh, Egypt to ses landmark.

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By FRED DOWN
, NEW YORK, April 11 (UPI) There's no
pro like an old pro when it comes to launching a
new season.

, They say it over and over a a,
, a, gain while the rookies are domi dominating
nating dominating the headlines is the spring
but the words never rang truer
.-:1 than yesterday when Warren
Spahn, Robin Robeits and Nelson
: Fox showed the young 'uns how
it's done in the big leagues.
Spahn, Roberts and Fox, whose
, combined careers add uo to a to to'
' to' tal of 36 years of major league ex ex'
' ex' perience, seized the opening day
headlines as the M i I waukee
'.,,Braves, Philadelphia Phil lies and
, Chicago White Sox got off to win winPing
Ping winPing starts
' Spahn, the brilliant 37-year-old
, southpaw from Buffalo, N.Y., who
has recorded nine 20-victory sea sear
r sear sons,' cooled off the ambitious
Pittsburgh Pirates with a seven sevenhitter
hitter sevenhitter as he pitched the Braves to
an 8-0 victory; Roberts, starting
his 10th straight opener. Ditched a
five-hitter to give the Phillies a 2-1
decision over the Cincinnati Reds,
and Fox, who didn't hit a homer
all last season, blasted one in the
, 14th inning to provide the White
Sox with a 7-5 win over the Detroit
Tigers.
Tho Ciavatang Indians defeated
tho Kansas Citv Athletics, 6-4,
,, and the San Francisco Giants
boat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-5,
in tho other oponors. Boston at
Now York in tho American
League was rained out and Los
' Angelis at Chicago in tho Na NaNona!
Nona! NaNona! was snowed out.
-411 that talk about the Braves
needing a second baseman was
Prettv much forgotten as the Na National
tional National League champs parlayed
their two long -suitspitchine and
power into an easv victory.
, Sonhn who struck out six and
wniked only two in scoring the
, 44th shutout af his career, deliv delivered
ered delivered a two-run ,single himself. Ed
Matthews bissted a' two-run homer
and Bill Bruton arid Hank Aaron
' had three hits each in Milwaukee's
13-hit attack. It was the second
straight loss for the Pirates, who
t hsve made only 13 hits in two
games.
, Roberts, most honored opening opening,,day
,,day opening,,day Pitcher since Walter Johnson,
.'esrried a two-hit 'Shtittiut intd the
ninth inning and then pitched his
way out of trouble when the Reds
' had the tying and winning runs on

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base and Jerry Lynch batting.
Roberts, who struck out tivo and
walked one, doubled borne the
Phil lies' find run in the sixth in inning
ning inning and got the decisive tally in
the eighth when Sparky Anderson's
single delivered Chico Fernandez.
Roberts and,,Da Newcombe each
pitched no-hit ban for the first five
innings.
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Fox, the White Sox' little tobacc,o-chewing
second-baseman, blast,
ed his two-run hotner off Don Mos Mossi
si Mossi to break up a marathon that fell
only one inch short of the Al. rec record
ord record for an opening dav game.
It was Fox s fifth hit in a four fourhour
hour fourhour and 25-minute struggle dur during
ing during which a total of 11 pitchers saw
action and, there were, 31,hits, in including
cluding including homera by, ilint,Landis.
Kaline andqCbarlev TS,titwell in ed-1
dition to Fox's game-winning
clout.
Maxwell's, homer, .o
pinch lob tho-eighth, was,:tho was,:thoblow
blow was,:thoblow that sent the game' info
overtime. Garry Staley was tho
winner and Mossi tha loser.
Gary Bell gained credit for the
Indians' victory although he need needed
ed needed help when the Athletic rallied
in the ninth Herb Suzre,'truestion
mark fireballer. failed in relief but
Dick Brodowsky finallv retired 'the
A's George Strickland paced the
Indians with three hits and Rocicv
colavito blasted a double' while
I3ob Cerv had a trinIP and !lector
Lopez a homer for Kansas City.
Score faced three battets--walking
two and running up a 2-01tegunt On
the third before he was relieved.
Jackie Brandt celebrated his
return from armv service with a
pinth-inning double that scored Jim
Davennort with the Glants' winning
run. Hornet by& Bob ,Sclunidt,and
Willie Kirklend--34 th, mast
two late-inningleads butthe Cardi-1
nals tied the score at 5-5 in the
eighth on a walk, an errnr and Alexl
Grammes' third hit. Johnny An-1
tonelli. aided by Al Worthinoton's
ninth-inning relief, picked bp' the
vietorY-
:711-t ,lessi..ns,
The five opening day-and-nidd
Crowds totaled 1.37A56,with
of 38,332 in Detroit and a low of
20,988 in St. Louis1

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Adopts Constifulion
A constitution and-by-laws' were
adopted at the lemi-annuat ,meet,
ing Of the' Canal Zone Swimming
Club; held recently in the District
Court House in MHO; 1.14der the
rules of the grganization adquate
provision was made lot:election
of officers from both -sides of the
Isthmus.
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In the new by-laws tne 'finance
committee under Fred t o n
recommended ',three types ,of
memberships. An athletic mem membership
bership membership for M for participants 111
the swimming meets; ti 'Support 'Supporting
ing 'Supporting membership of $3, for par7
'ents and friends of the Orgamzs Orgamzstion
tion Orgamzstion and a sponsoring' member membership
ship membership for MO designed to- offer' an
opportunity for individuals and' or organizations
ganizations organizations to participate', in the
Club activities.
The finance cominittee itlso
submitted a tentative budget and
plans on acquacades and -.advertising
hi swimming. meet ,'?yro
gram to help finance' the organi organization.
zation. organization. Admission to all swim swimming
ming swimming meets will be free 'to all
, members, but non-member adults
will be charged 50 cents.
A nominating committee to pre
pare a slate for the annual meet meeting
ing meeting in October was electeck,. and
Includes: Mrs; ,Nelly M. !Grimes,
Gatun, Mr. Al Benton 0 a t'u n,
Mr. Fred Denton, Balboa, Mr.
Don Connors, Gamboa and Mrs.
Francis Suntmerford Balboa.
The officials committee udder
Capt. John Townsend wilP ar arrange
range arrange a series of training clinics
for those peeple interested 'in be becoming
coming becoming officials.
The membership committee is
undertaking drive for member;
and interested people may ,con ,contact
tact ,contact the membership chairman,
Mrs. Francis Summerford at Bal-
boa 2490. Judge G. Crowe, club
president, presdied, at the meet-,
ing.
Pacific Soft lid
League
By GEORGE SINCLAIR
Second Half Standing
Mains W Pct. GB
Abernathy Unis, 6 1 856
Maduro Jantzen 5 3 625 11,4
Cerveeeria Pa,. 5 3 625 Ph
Mauriclo Ambas. 3 6 333
x-Glud Mariners 1 7 125 512
(It) lorleits four games.
Next Ga it' ,'
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thy Abernathy Unis. vs. Matirielo Ambassa Ambassadors.
dors. Ambassadors. Pan Liquid() Beats
Ambassadors
yZrveceria Pan liquid ,yester ,yesterday
day ,yesterday beat the' Mauricio Ambassa Ambassadors
dors Ambassadors 11 to 7 to niove into a tie
with Jantzen for second place.
The Beermen scored in every
inning except the first for an' ea easy
sy easy victory over the Ambassadors
Avho have now suffered four
straight lossti.
'rhe Beermen had six tr a
base blows to aid their cause in
the fifth inning and put togetiter
four singles and two bases ) on
ball for 5 runs to take charge of
the situation.
The Ambassadors had their big
liming in the 5th when they col collected
lected collected three singles. one r cc
pass and an error for 4 runs.
' Hardin and Lobaugh went the
distance as the latter took the
victory for his second straight
win in two tries.
.; Kosik, Iluertas and- Nisbitt ,each
had two, hits to' lead the Beer Beermen
men Beermen attack. Russell and ;Bobbin,
with two hits apiece, led ;he at-s
tack for the Aphassadors,
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Pan Liquid ABRHOA
McArthurs, Lf 11110
B. Carlin, as 4 1 1 3 2
Mc Glade, cl 3 1 1 0 0
Kosik, 3b 3 1 2 8
Huertas, 5 1 2 6 0
Nisbitt, rf 3' 2 2 0 0
Lobaugh, p 31101
Morales, 2b 4 0 4 1
Giavelli. c 2 3 1 5 1
Totals
, 30 1112 .113
Ambassadors
Martinez, ss ssMalek,
Malek, ssMalek, 3b
Russell, lb
Hardin, p
Atkins, et
Robbins, e
Adams, 2b
Head, rt
Spradlist,
So Itys, H-rf
(a) Rodrigues
21011
30012
312100
41105
31031
42221
31101
20100
20020
40110
,1'0000
Totals 30 1 I 2112
ta) Struck but for So Ity in the
7th.
lkore by Innings
Cerveceria 021 115 1-11 12 It
Maitricio 002 040 1 11 1 2
350o manna Itbe.
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ing pitching of Osborn, Tastee-Freea sur surprised
prised surprised everyone including them themselves
selves themselves when 'they defeated Pan
Am Jets 16-11.
Tastee-Frees racked I v e
runs in the first inning to the
Flyboys three. ,Neither team was
'able to score in the second in infling.
fling. infling. However, Tastee Frees
came back in the third and scor scored
ed scored five more runs giving them a
healthy seven run lead.
The Flyboys not' to' be oiltdone,
in the bottom of the 'third scored
eight runs putting them one run
ahead of Tastee-Frees.
In -the last inning, Randall
walked two batters and struck
out one, then Pruitt came to hot
and smashed a double into right
center scoring the two men that
'wet !On t bisel ant giving
thein it one run 'lead t over the
Flyboys. Randall waiked the 'next
two batters to gill the bases. Be Before
fore Before the inning had ended, Tomtee-Frees
had run their score up
to 16 runs.
Although the Tastee-Frees pitch pitcher
er pitcher filled the bases with no outs,
the Flybo3rs were unable to score.
Thus Tastee-Frees tasted their
first victory- of the second halt halt'
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BASEBALL LEAGUE
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Pan Insurance Trounces
Pan Am Jets
Pan Ant Jets just couldn't liold
STANDINGS
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Saiond Half
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Teams Won Lost Pct.
Peritos 8 2 .800,
MUMS ea so o 8 2 .800
Ocelots 7 3 '4700
Pumas 3 7 .300
Condos 3 7 1 .300
Pa lomas 1 a .100
Today's, Games (3 p.m.)
(MMaraccuallims);(".1,11ne) v-11 Peric,"
Ma CMS and Pericos decide to today
day today at 3 p.m. the Fastlich Teenage
Baseball League's second half and
probably its title in a contest which
could easily surpass every at attendance
tendance attendance record'. it( the tourns tournsment's
ment's tournsment's history.
A victory. by tbe Macaws ,would
give them, the championship,, but
if the Pericos win a three-ganie
playoff wotild le necessary and it
would start on Monday.
Bob Fortune,- nemesis of the
league's batters, will be the Ma Macaws'
caws' Macaws' choice and probably will
meet strdy and reliable John Mar Marcum,
cum, Marcum, the Pericos' Piron Horse.",
Fortune has been- the hero in his
team's last twd matches.- On
Wednesday his three-run homer,
and his masterful workon thei
mound eliminated the Ocelots --
last years 'champions from' the
rsce, and.his game-winning grand grand1
1 grand1 slammer on 'Thursday deadlocked
Macaws and Pericos in the, 'last
regular. season gams of the, tour tour,
, tour, ney. 1' '''':,, ,-f '' , ,' ,' ,. ).
Both,, teams carry players 'of
Promising future, Pericos have the
RodrigUes brother, Sam, and
Joe-A-Peter Berger, Bob Bowen,
Dick Ness, Bill Chandler, Marcum,
John, Carlson. Charley Cross and
others, And the MUMS count on
Ewerftd and consistent hitters in
ortune, Doug Priester, Bob Smith,
ank Reichert John rilliati011,
Fred 'Chase, ''jlm Wlhon, Bill
Mounts and Gene Beek, ''.,' "4
' During the regular campaign,
Matiiws showed marked superiori superiority
ty superiority in hitting and pitching over theh
rivals of today's gime but the Pe Perim
rim Perim bested Bob Smith's bombers

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on ,to lhe,,kall. today. The Maur MauranCe
anCe MauranCe Nine capitalized on their eiN!
rors gain an early lead of o over
ver over ten runs.'
Hendrickson of the Pan Am
Jets was the only player to get a
solid hit.from the Instirance Boys
fire ,ball pitcher Dehlinger. Hen Hendrickson
drickson Hendrickson lashed the ball over the
center field fence at its farthest
polut. ,; This hit scored the only
num that Pan, Am Jets were a able
ble able to colle,ct.
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kanarei 'Insurance had a good
do, els' hitting collecting over
20 hits. The big hitter for
Panama Insurance ,was Goiner.
He had 'a Iperfect do at bat ',col ',collecting
lecting ',collecting five for five.
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Atiorkei tatter who finilly' came
out of-his bad batting ,tutvL, was
Spencer. Spencer wariThwalked
twice and chalked 'up two Jilts.
De-lpGarza, also of Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance had a perfect day at the
plate 'when .he racked up a four
for four reeord.-
Panarna insurance Whips
.,-.,Grace Lint
To. Insure Second
r ;hampionship
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,Inthe first- three innings rtrace
Line anA 'Panithalitsurance-were
tied five-all.,
Lieu Iqe-11111.'
De-la-Garza, of Panama Insur.
ante, got ,things roiling in. ithe
fourth inning' when he rappett,44
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in hustle and spirit. Macaws have
three pitchies, to depend upon' ,'--,r
Fortune Reichatt and Printer--
while Pericos have only two, Mar MarPth
Pth MarPth cum and Ness.
The league's board of directors
announced last week thalthe an annual
nual annual banquet for the players will
be -directors announced last week
thsrt the annual banquet for 'the
players will be held Sunday, April
19, at 5:30 p.m. at the Teen Club
in Balboa.
The box score:
Pirko; Ab R H Po A
Bowerk It., ss-21) 2 1 0 1 0
Carlsoh 2 0 0 0 11
Netts D., p-c 3 2 2 2: 2
Rodriguez S., c-ss 2 1 0 11 1
Chandler It., 3b 3 0 0 0
Berger 1).,',ef 3 0 2 1 0
Martum 2b-b 3
Rodriguel J., lb 3
Cron Ch., 2
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0 0 1 ',1
0 0 3 0
1 0 0 ,9
5 4 15
Totals 23 5 4 15 8
Macaws A
Reichert F., p-ss 3 2 1 0 1
Smith R., e 4, 1 8 0
Priester D. lb-p 4 2 2 7 1
Fortune R.. 2b 4 1 2 2' -3
Finlegoi et 2 0 q a, 0
Chase Ir. Sg-2b 3 1 2
Wilson J., 3b 0 0 0.. '3
Beek G.,'11 3 0 2 0
Mounts 0 0 0 0.f 0
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'Totals 24 7 10 18 10
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Pericos ' 001 002,-5 4 A
Maealis 201 004-7 10 2
-SUMMARY Earned Runs; 'Pe.
HCOS 2, MACAWS 6. Errors: S. Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, Marcum 2, Priester, News,
Chase, Fortune.' Doublet. Berger,'
RB1: Ness 3, Berger, Priesteri
Fortune 4,' Chase. Left on bases:
P-4,31-9, Stolen bases: S. Rodri Rodrigues,
gues, Rodrigues, Reichert. Strikeouts: Ate'.
ehert 3, 'Ptiester 1,, Marcum 2
Bases on balls: Relehert 2, Priester
1,; Ness 3, Marcum S. Hit by'pitch:
Marcum 2 ,(Wiison 2). W: Rei Reichart,
chart, Reichart, IA Marcum.' Umpires: A.
Along, E.' Corrigan. Scorer; Palo Palom.
m. Palom. Time ei tams: 2:12 '
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,clean triple into rit field., Spen-cer
Allen came to ,bot ond collect collected
ed collected his second Consecutive hit of
the game, sensing 'De-la-Garza.
Gomez then came to bat and
dreW a walk. Big ,stick Epprson
then clobbered his second hit of
the "day to score Spencer andt Go
mez. Dell linger then sent the ball
sailing over the second base basenfans
nfans basenfans head to'. score Epperson.
Fulleton cracked a :double to
score Dehlinger and 'then stole
thin AO home. This inning went
on and on and before it,was, over
1:?nama, Insurancehad colipcted
Grace tfne'' carbe 4; hat 'in the
fourth inning and were ret(ired
itt order. The lag inning saw',Ba saw',Ballama
llama saw',Ballama 'Insurance collect one more
run making,,the,ocore.V.,40five.k
J.tefOrt Grace '1,,ine its' retirhi
for the last. time they were able
tO chalk up 'two more runs mak making
ing making the score,' seven td twenty twenty'One.
'One. twenty'One.
This 'tame.' tune out rather
different than the experts pre predicted,
dicted, predicted, they thougHt that this
weuld be the closest game of the
season whereas it was one of the
most &heading.
'I'he box score:
Panama Insurance
De-la-Garza
Spencer e 1
Gomez
ZPPerson
Dehlinger
Fulleton
King
Rodriguez
McElheney
Holtzclaw
Diller,
Yocum
Grace Lino'
Douglas
Hughes
Bissell
Stabler ,
Bravo
Richardson
Roth-Roffey'
Maxwell
Hoyle
'Heart
Steiner
AB R H
3 5 1
5 3 3
1 4 0
5 2 3
5 2 3
3 2 2
0 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
3 1 1
4 1 1
0 0 0
AB R H
2 1'1
3 1 0
2 1 1
3 1 2
1 1 0
1 2
1 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
3
0
0
1
0
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Pan Am Jets Defeat
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The ,Pan Am Jets started off
to.,a fine start by chalking up
nine runs in the'firit inning. The
Milkmen. wete able to rack uo
onerun with the bases loaded
when ,Segaro struck, out for the
third out.
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The Pan Am ,,tets did not score
itgain,until the last inning whet'
Hendrickson lashed a triple with
the bases loaded to give thp Vly.
boys a twelve to one lead. Before
the Milkmen,were retired for the
last time. they had put aero4s
six, more run& ,-Although the
,Milktnen, lost they .showed a
great, deal of improvement.
Hendrickson hos kr:A up hi
amazing hitting by collecting twe
hits tor two ,times at bat. So, far
he Itas bit wifely In his last five
games.' He, has been atj'bat
12 times and has colleeted,t 12
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" 1,iNgtional :14-e Ague AgueTimms
Timms AgueTimms W Pet, GB
Milwaukee i 0 1.000 :-
Philadelphia 1- 0 -1.0o0
San Francisco, .; 1 '0 Loon
Cincinnati 171 .500
Los Angeles ,; 0 0' ::-,;.000
Chicago .. 0 .0 y.000 12
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pittsburgi 0' 2 r, f.000 112
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;G: Milwaukee at- Plttsburgh.::;
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; tog Angeles, at Chicago.t
,3 San Francisco tif st. Toluis (N).i
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.,:-
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Milwaukee 000 002 240-4 12 0
Pittsburgh '''-;".000 000 000-4 r'f.' .0
Svahn (1-0Land Crandall.V
Friend (04), GroSso,, Porterfield
and Folks., - ,:-
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CinCinnati 00h 00h 471 5
Philadelphia 000 001 Olt-,2 4
Neeombe (0-1) and Baile.
Roberts (1,0) tnd Regan,
(Night Gams),
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San Francisco'.001 100 121.0 '11 2
St. Louis 002 000 210-4 10
Antonelli OA), Worthington and,
Schmidt.
Jackson, Brosnan (0-lks ,and
Smith, Green...:;
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Los Angeles, It Chicago
Postponed (snow and coldi
M,Oflf e 0.4
Everette- Fields

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S-Sit. DICK SHAFFER
The "hitting shoes" were on
Friday night at ,Albrook's Beam
Stadium as HO' and Ho So. Isf
Battle ,Group, ad,Variced tot the
finalt rt the 1959,, PAF tomiutTlY1
Level -Softball TournaMent by vir-.
tue' of their' slugfest ,17-12
vet.' their Ft., Kobbe gompatriots$
Mortar Batteryt also of the
Battle Group.
Ho and Ho ,
6ST Bat Gis .11 15 3
Molloy Btry; 1st Bat G 12 10 1
Everette Fieldst-rilo ..Company
centerfielder, blasted the Jahr:.
ills of Oscar Hill and Frank Cha,
con for a homer, triplet- ;kid two
singles, plating' 6 0 e a m
mates, An& acoring 3 times him.
self, to lead Ho CO. to a .17-12
"revenge" win over 'Mortar Bat
tery, who defeated -them ink the
Kobbe post playoffs.
Field; clouted -a tremendous
home ruii to deep left field off
Hill in the second inning, one 0
the longest softball clouts sseen at
Beam Stadium this. year;
Oscar Him, Frank Chaco,
exchanged mound duties twice in
a, futile attempt to stifle the
booming Ho Company, bats.
Mortar Battery Itunped out 'to
an early 7-2 lead, but saW it aide
away in the second inning as lig
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W!LLIE SCORES-TRIPLE
NEW YORK (UP1)-4ockey-Wit:
lie Shoemaker scored it- triple It 1
Jamaica Thursday. to Meke it
winners in live
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SIGN FOR BOUT,.
LONDON (UPI '.---Itlexican fight fightweight
weight fightweight Carlos Ortij and Willie
Toweel of 'South 'Africa nave
signed for it,10-mund Oout af
Wembley's Empire',Pol May 12.
SIGNS PRO4CONTRACt
NEW WORK End:'),,like
Simmons, 'a free ageht from
burn. has been,.sigried by the' New
York Giants to' his, first National,
Football League -.contragt,
CAPTAINS 1959 TEAM
.COLORADO .-SPRINGS;
(UMHoward Bronsan, a guard
'from 'Falls ChtirCh, Va., ham been
elected captain, of, the Air-Force
Academy's 1959 football team.
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THIRD STRAIGHT'TITLI.'
WASHINGTON, lnyPI)--The'l.Int,
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versity of Califor a won an ,,utu
precedented third 'straight nation national
al national intercollegiate r!fle, team ,cham
nionship Thursday.1.:.,,
BIG-PAYOFF
LINCOLN,. R.$;-(11P1)-.--Quest
War's first ',win of .thef year, paid
$102.20 for,$2, Thursdayat Lincoln
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AIR r'ACIE: DI1S
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1 AIME ;(11P1),i4-: Mario 'de .Ber .Bernardi,'
nardi,' .Bernardi,' Ieteran air ',ace, : Collapsed
end' died yesterday at i the : end
ot an aerobe tie ", demonstration in
tiny .,;!,1411r,',,
Airprt here, y' Be was -'' 65. ;'
be Bernardi won the Schneider
Cup' in 1926,', Set a 36,5-inileanhour
' world speed record therfollowing
year 'and was. the tfirat-,Itstlian
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Cleveland ,.. '17.0 7.1.000;
witshington -44
Boaton'..r.,;
Nevi :York -'7,-;.:.;,! .:;0 Or '-,',;0007.-7
Raltimore 1 !'.000 1 -,7
Kattlig City kr: 0 .1 '-' .000
Detroit: ; 1 :,,,.000 1
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Todats Games
-,:'Boston at New -.Yott;.
ChMtan :at, Detroit.. ;'
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Cleveland:, at. Katmai!
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innings):7. ",
Chiciao,4:'."000;120100-000 0Z:44741-
Detroit 4.1.).. A00 030'030 00.47 44
Artak,.Staley. And,.
Lollar? ,-
Mortin; N a 'rte.
Suite; Mopai.' (0-1).t' and-Milsons
Berberet,
Cleveland '110.110 002;;.O 0
Kansas CitY 000, 200 0.027.4 It .3
-(1,41),leoie,DroloOwakt and
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' trim :.:10,11;'..yerbeito Meyer'. and
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Beaton at New York
'Postponed. (tel.Lead cold),
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uarters
3atterv

Company 'started ;minor. massa..
ere which, resulted- in. the.,frcoring
of :8 'runs on 5 and aideu by
wildness of the,' Mortar chuzkeri.
',, Mortar' hattery' clouted, wintung,,
hurler loos ,,-Ch a mbers'. st.Merry,,
clipAhroughout 'the 'game; ilea by
Ton,Acevedo with a triple and,-
single which drove in '3 rU88-;' Cat
Edghill 'and Vince Medina each ",
addedtwo hit, to the Mortar Bat- ''',-
tery 'attack. 4
-.Fields. Was hot ,the lig
Company', hitter ,during the,
fling.. Catcher ,Emilion, Garcia. al also
so also tIontrbitued '3 :hits to 'the pa parade,
rade, parade, and Vat Bernard
Hutchison,;; Joe Grady., and Var
Zost, 'all collected Alunglei.
HeadqUarters Company4 by their
ietory,,, earned the !tight' te' meet
unbeaten , Artily Signal, ,ot
Quarry-heights in tonight's chant,
plenship:'game.,mlf they- beat ,
nal, ", another', game will
immediately., following the ,first
contest in ,, Boom
Stadium will start 'at 76
, Music will be provided through. t
' out, the, gam by 'the 776th Air AirForce
Force AirForce Band : of Albrook., ,fros,
' ontation of wi'l take
k piece immediately., after the'
'title game.'-'; ,
1' Little' has beeft. said ',or 'writtett
about the sinotith 'running ef the
tottr9anlenLf,'Much-, of the' credit- '',
for,the' smooth handling -of the' :
games :Must, go ,, to the capable ',,,,
officiali who tave worked' sthem.'i,-
The respect for the 1)(fictalil,ludg 1)(fictalil,ludgmelit
melit 1)(fictalil,ludgmelit is' evidenced' by the very':
few:disputes ;by the., players and '-
their coaches' in'''the, games
ed. thus' 04 ,
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binghanii above, I becomes' f the
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,n home, three' hadroomo ono air-
conditioned, residemial. -aroa,
' near Mini-Maz Super ,Market
, Phan 3-6070.,
FOR RENT: I bedrooms 1
aft conditioned completely fur.
, nishod, large, yard 94 St. Sari
Frantiscri," june-Auilulf- Phems
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' FOR RENT.t -.1. Furnished keen,
, near Panama Hotel, ,3 badrooms,
living' room, fining room, kit kit.);
.); kit.); chen, garage, maid's.'-f mom
I screened, $125.00. Via &paha,
braid, Miramar Radio Station
lwhito, house Phone ;4155
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parking meter, When the thne
- is the slain trings and
miladylnuTies back to her car.
Pretty 'ate Richter demonstates
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FOR furnished' two
boroone ai)ortmoont.
ing rooml, Maid. cam, wasit'tults
: k '1 Ricardo Ada
; Street.- Apartmont
:, 4964;
FOR RERTe ,tampe Alegre
,t urnished end, ,bedroont,
apartment.: Hot water:' bolconyd,-
: Telephone '31711F. ..
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FOR RENT; Two bodrooms .2
- complotolr',' tontishod 4 p a tt,-;
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',,i mditit, gasfaase nice iocatipn foe.,
'Ing thO oea.J30 EcOador Avenue:-
1 iO!, froistlf,rittsh Embaiif :
FOR RENT; e.. Madam and ats
tractivs-Pna Iredroam apartments
llcoms :.111SPERIAlts
''Oot Streets,' fl iCanatelo wlt.b
;tehat atiatar,, laundrp conveniences,
:laraait, Fos ,Information call
Tel; 1.66344 t
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FOR RENT'; Caraftplaable
apartments, aid al;aciass rooms.
15tls Street He, 6Saktrancid
dOit RENT': Rebut:N11y r.
':rtilished. 3 bedrooms apartment,
t hiatforite, Cangreio.
'''' Mom 015th 4c September 15th.. t
1.1691 SI :00 p'.0. tit 7:00
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FOR RENTt 7A three
' bedroom aParteprit, proiand
. floor, 2 bathrooms, maid's room
" with bath, garage, patio, unfur unfurntShOt
ntShOt unfurntShOt in 41 Cangrajo ,thopst
office hoitrai 2-0321 after of office
fice office hours 3-77011.
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FOR RENT: Beautiful mo motil
til motil bedrohm apartmontwitb
maid's room, Agar Hotel Pan Pan'
' Pan' ama, Ricardo' 'Arias Street. Tel. 4,
3-0702 or 2-2466.,
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FOR RENTk.maiory cool, wick,
, furnished mow with do do,
, do, meals. priktts bath. Can
7119.
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FOR RENT ---t Professional or
commoscial Hie on ground floor'
!Adificii, Urracd.,,tomer Ave,. Bal.
boa and Federico Boyd. 81 square
MeV ''S 1 2 5 Call Pinta MI
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FOR SAI.E: Minx ',
Conntrt 3a. Good, tondition,-
gond tiros $1,400 Cali, Rai,
2,1695,.; 786 11 Invoroilla
IF011, SALE: ,--.Morcury. Ment,!,'
'clair Convertible -1955. Power q'
,' brakes, power seat, white wens', ''
"''' white withl black k top, ,- radio,
heater, throo new. tires, duty' ''
paid. Cost 'now $4,S00.. Selling ',:'
price S1,275. Ca113-6121. 4 ''k
FOR SALE: Chovrolet,1956,'"
Power Pack; powei glide'4
'door Hardtop.' Phone 5.428.,
FOR SALEst 1 955 Lincoln
Hard top, conslitimili iMods
WiS tires, power brakes, two
-tone radio', automatic summit".
lion. 334120. Nous! 22134
Curunctu,
FOR SALE: 1956 N18 Cho Chowider
wider Chowider 4-door: Sedan, -Idol:dud
,shilts 18.000 miles. Ono owner,-
Perfect condition, leaving for
States. Rodmait 3301.
Would you liko to trod yew)
'cat for a small,. foreign,
economiccar 'k A 4
The niw 1959- DATUM will
fulfill your desirei
4 cyinderi 4'17 p,'
t40 mile' pot ga
High compression motet.
Autos Eiseman, S.A.
Next to Coca-ColaCo.
Open all day. Tele:
Pma. 2-2616 1-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Century
, Buick. all extras included.
Phone Navy 3410.
FOR SAM 1950 Chevrolet
Sedan, good condition. 99-A.
Gamboa. Phone 6-372?
'FOR SALE: 51 Ford Fain Fainlane
lane Fainlane 6 cylinder, hardtop, excel excellent'condltion
lent'condltion excellent'condltion $1550. 6363
'Los Rios near Corozal-. Phone
Balboa 3668.
'FOR SALE: .1950 Lincoln
4-door Sedan, Houst 0853 Bald
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boo.
FOR SALE; ,,1954 90!
Station Wagon Colloolnlinc '9
passengers Fordomatic $80000,
793 Tavernilla St, Balboa. Phone
2-3406.
, FOR SALE; ,-- 1954 Ilford
Station Wagon Coustomline, 19
passengers Fordomatic $800.00,
793 Taverni Ila Of Balboa. Phoni,
2-3406.
,.FOR SAM -,- 1957 Buick 4-,
door Hardtop, Radio, Power
brakes and Steering, Loss than k:
blue book. Finance available.
Cristobal 3-2411.
FOR SALE: Ford' St Cyl. red
white. radio WS' tiros. First
class conditiono, $1.300. Call
Cristobal 3-1390. ',,
FOR SALE: M.G.T.D. "Esta "Estaaloe
aloe "Estaaloe Pasailena," opposite the
brewery.
Would' like to buy jeep: For
information go to Refresoneria
Teatroi Bella Vista.
REPORT NEW ROMANCE
FLORENCE, Italy (UPI) .A
local newspaper reported yester-,
day Prince Juan Carlos de 13our 13ourbon,
bon, 13ourbon, don of the pretender to the
Spanish throne, had visited,kfor visited,kforence
ence visited,kforence seeretly to meet an Italian
princess wbat may be Europe's
latest royal romance.
The Giornale' del Mattino said
the .handiome ',Spanish prince
came to Italy "about 15 days
ago" and met 25-year-old Princess
Maria Cristina of Aosta.
CHILDREN HAVE "RIGHTS"
UNITEti NATIONS, N.Y. (UPI)
aDespite an objection from a
Belgian delegate lin an ',apparent
COULISiOn in terminology, t h e
Commission on Human Rights de declared
clared declared today that every, cffild
has the right to "compulsory ed edcuation;1,
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BaiWa Ave. No. Tel. 24610
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Johnson, Evinrude; Idercuryi
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SALIt Luxurious 4-
strand bamboo living room set, ;!,
11 ,pietea Also bedroom fur.,
miters. Excellent condition.d Al.
so G. E.-Refrigerater Magic,Chaf
'stove. Tel ;4431.- T 4
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FOR SALE: Simmons grey
; sof,s-bed $20 and 3-strand litst,
tan chair $10. 5759-1 Diablo...
0. Phone 2-1851, v.
101 SALE; Largo ileoP
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BOR SALE; Largi deep
finless, electric dryer. 11M
Fl, '21" TV, Zeoitlt Trans..
--ecoanio portable radio; Bar-Bo
Quo; patio furniture, Pleas
call 16-4113.
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FOR SALE:---Elegant Mahogan
' dining room set. 18 pieces,
table, 12 chairs, -glass China
'closet, large sideboard 612 ff.
Jong with separate pin tinted
m mirror 4 st,412 ft. Small side-,
board & serving cast. Perfect
, for France Field homes or tares
- Coco Solo Apartments. ffest et.
forint, Call. 38-314.
FOE, SALE: SIMMONS sofa
::hide-a.-badl', excellent nondi
tion, Clayton 45212.
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FOR SA,LEI 4 Westinghouse 9
cubic foot totrigerator poltelain
inside and out $75.00. Call Crir
, tobal 1734)
FOR SALts Mahogany
dinner dble, 6 chairs 0149,
China $75, side board VS,
bedroom set $159, 2 new mat.
tress, $20 each. Aadio 11 tubes
$59. 20314 St. Curundu 83.
7219.
FOR SALE: 0.- Westighouse re.
frigerator 9 tubie ft. Te lePhons
Balboa 2-3791.
FOR SALE: -- Sanitary retries.
rator with new 60-cycle motor.
Onei valve leaks $20. House
3251-4, Balboa. 'Tele Rhone
' 2-2437.
IFOCSALE: I mahogany tlini
ing room table with chair"
$25.00, Telephone 2.3657.
ietepoone A.51)57
FOR SALE: kg.. Dining mons
set, $225.00. Living room set
sectional sofa cornot tablse
, glass top table and two over..
stuffed chairs, $225.00., Desk,
chair ,,and thor piecn
, $50.00. Phone 3-5588-
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npoken softnpoken roles, Jimmy Cagney!
'gets back into the fists-and-;
elbows act as an Irish patriot in:
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iscellanious
1 Fan Pedestal
Cash Register Bloat.
I Cabinet Storage 40 x 12 x 46
3 Tables 30 X 30
1 Ladder Step 12 ft.
6 Ash Tray Standing
1 Cabinet
- 2 Waste Basket
2 Bowling Balls
- 5 Tables 30 x 30
3,3 Tables Chrome gray
1 Tab's Wood Sm.
Those articles are for out' and
can be aeon at the Curundu Post
Restaurant betweee, Hie hours, of
411004o 1500.
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Offica Manager
, FOR SALE Eloctric Sorrel
' refrigerator, 13 cubit Ft. 2-door
model. Freexer.above. Excellent
condition. House 117, Ancon.
Phone 2-1705.
FOR SALE: Si ',moons Radio
and Record, Player $50; Girl's
14" bicycla $15;Scoeter $4;
Child's table an4 chair set $5)
Hermes potablo typewritter
$69.50; Vacuum cleaner with
attachment S15; (avail able
April 20). Balboa 1486.
FOR Van wb Air, conditioner
20 gallon water heater: 7.8 Cu.
' Ft Frigidaire refrigerator Phone
3-6882.
FOR SALE: Accordion, per.
feet condition. Call after 6 p.m.
To!. Balboa 2-4441 746 Las
Cruces St. Apt. "C"
...FOR SALE: Targot rifle, Mo Model
del Model 521 Remington, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $20.00. Call 3-1341 or
House 8112-A Margarita.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing
'redline, round bobbin, good
condition $100.00. Phone
boil 2-3578.
FOR SALE: -- Dining room set
including buffett $40.00, Girls
biko 26" $20'.00. Four 6 1-2
wooden Oat shades $200 each
in very good condition. Balboa ,,
2409.
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Whittier will ask Congress for
a 100-million-dollar annual in-
crease in disabled veterans'
pensions. Whittier has prepared
a sliding-scale system based on
Income. Veterans now drawing
pensions will be allowed to
choose between the new plani
and the present system. e
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fronts. sewage. water main and
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Tel. 4-0976.
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, Cristobal-High, 't yotmg and in- t
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experienced, team, Is not being ,,
, counted ,upott too heavily for a 1
, Gold' Cdast ;championship in 1951. ,I
. littlehard work and the determi,-','
nation that usually goes along,
with any, tmder dog could tip the
'scales kt guch a manner at to
.
make the 'tigers a dangerous ep- 1
ponent all the time.
They do have speed, and a kst
breaking quintet with plenty. of
. endurance could wear down the ,1
opposition, provided they are able:
to remain within striking distance
during the early stages of the
genie.
0 Cristobats first full length fea,
ip ture of 1959, a practice session It Itt
t Itt gainst a weak Fort Davis five last
Monday night provided the Tigers 1
' will little competition and they, i
, in turn, showed badly. Wedaesday
and,,,Thursday nights were some-
11 What. different. Meeting a much
Istronger "IC" Company five, re-
puted 'to be the best Fort Davis
, has6tooffer, the Tigers made full
use of their "wear down" tactiet
and came from behind to edge
the-firmy boys by a 34 to 23
I count.
They repeated on their home
grounds, Margarita gym, Thurs.
, day night, with a close 35 to 30
mil decision over a Navy team of near
equal strength lo that of their
"C" Company oppenents the
night before. Despite those two
victories though, Cristoba l' 1
shooters missed too many easy
shots that could count heavily a against
gainst against them when the Tigers
, meet strong Interscholastic tom.
petition,

Each, victory was brought a.
y bout only after a tough uphill
battle while the eonsensus of
opinion', was that Cristobal:
should 'have made it by wider
margins. This all too damaging
gap must be closed if the Tigers
intend to make a race out of thio
year's cage championship.
Coach Mo seems ready to go
along with seven players, and
their even balance of scoring in
Cristobal's two last wins, plaeos
then on a par in that depart department.
ment. department. Kuling's two game total was
18, Weigle 14, Boseman and
Tompkins 10 each, McGloin bad
7, Crooks 6 and Humphrey 4.
The Tigers will have a few more
days to become ready for ithelt,
1959 debut than will JC or Bat Batboa.
boa. Batboa. The Bulldogs' championship'
defense beging on prit 17 at,
Balboa against the slightly favor.'
ed Junior College Green Devils,
and Cristobal's first appearance"
is on April 21.,

SETS PIANO-PLAYING Illtgett;,
SLOUGH, England (UPI) ..
"Musical Marie," a 401ear-ohl i
housewife, claimed a new record
for non-stop piano playing lode?, 01
day.
Mrs. Marla Ashton, a 220-poultd'
mother of two, finished a 133-heue
stint tit the piano Saturday sight
wittt z somewhat less than roue 1.
ing 'rendition of "God Save the ;
Queen."
Then, belped by her "trainer s
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she headed for home and bed,
The previous record of 131,
hours watt set bij RUA Ansa al
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KOBBE PISTOL AWARD Colonel Ralph A. Jones, 3r., commanding officer, ist Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, Port Kobbe, presents the tint place plaque for the Port Kobbe Pistol
Matches to Capt. John G. Oliver, commanding officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Com Company,
pany, Company, signifying the company's ov.erwhelming win.. Specialist Four John Trudell, behind Capt.
Oliver, was top man on the team and Pfc. Ri4hard Thompson, right, placed third on the
team which won by 166 points ovey its nearest rival,(1.I.S. Army Photo)

PISTOLEERS' TROPHY First Lleaenant John G. Thompson
accepts the trophy awarded the Fort Kobbe team for winning
the Panama Area Pistol Matches, held at Fort Qlayton. With
him, from left, are Sgt. Juan Perez-Perez, Pfc. RO,bert A. ElaM
and Sp-C John A. Trude 11.. The 'Kobbe sharpshooters won the
trophy firing a National Match Course of 10 rounds slow fire
at 50 yards and the same number of rounds time and rapid
fire at 25 yards. Sergeant Perez was high gun of the shoot by
winning the aggregate matches with an even 800.
(U.S. Army Photo)

Fort Kobbe Team Takes
First Place In P. A. F.

Pistol Championships

The Fort Kobbe Gold Team ifirst, Sergeant Perez second and
tOok Bret honors in the Panama! Serseant Nicholson third.
Area Championship Pistol My?;:tt

thes, held at Forth Clayton,'with
the Fort Kobbe Blue team pills;
ing second and the Fort Clay'on
Blue Team finishing third.
A Kobbe shOoter, Sergeant lu
an Perez-Perez of A Company,
1st 3attle Group, 20th Infantry,
also was big man of the match matches
es matches with an 800 agregate.
Individual 'and team awards
Were presented by Colonel John
, F. Schmelzer,'USARCAKIB G-3
' during ceremonies which climax;
' ed tbe firing.

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On the Kobbe, Geld Team are
First LieutenantJohn G. Thomp Thomp110n,
110n, Thomp110n, Sergeant Perez, Private Virat
Class Robert A. Elam and Spe Spe',
', Spe', clabst Four John A. Trudell. They
won the ward firing- a Nafiontil
' Match Course of 10 rounds slow
t fire at a 50-yard distance, and, II
rounds rapid and time fire at 25
, yarS:
,Members of the second place
team are Specialist Four Jacob E.
Lester Jr., Captain Edward. E.
Surman, First Lieutenant Leo
l MeGoff Jr., and Master Ser Seri'
i' Seri' tent 'George K. Bowen.
Ciiiiiirtan's tem which placed iv
composed of Sergeant First Class
Zmil Menk, Sergeant First Class
! Bunnia It Gregory, Master Ser Ser,!
,! Ser,! feint Charles A. Nicholson anel
Private Firist Class James B.
Guenther.,
' rindivid-ual firing, Lieutenant
Colonel ,Arthur G. MaY of the
IJSARCARIB :School nlaced first
In the, idow fire exercise of 20
rounds at 50 yards. Lieutengni
' Thompson ras second and Ser Ser'
' Ser' geant 'Gregory third.
In the time fire exercise at 25
Mvpirds toleutenant,Thompson was
,

2Pergeant Perez was first in. the
rapid lire exercise, Captain 'Do 'Donald
nald 'Donald G: Bargei of the S3411 MP
Company at Fon Clayton placed
second and Sergeant Gregory was
third,
For the aggregate scoring, Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Perez was 14 points ahead
Of his nearest rival, Sergeant
Gregory, who is with the USAR USARCAIM
CAIM USARCAIM Command Pistol Matches,
scheduled April 20-24. Chief War Warrant
rant Warrant Officer James A. Heiden Heidenretch
retch Heidenretch ,of the Engineer Section is
managing and coaching the
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:The' Panama Area Rifle Mat Matches
ches Matches began at Emp:re. Range
Thursday and w I continuo
through Saturday morning, will'
awards are to be presented.
Sergeant John D. Arthur of' A
Company, ist Battle Group, was
the high individual during prac practice
tice practice firing rounds WedneadaY.
Fort Kobbe firers bad the edge
during the practice session, with
a iarger field participating than
any lother post.

For the aggregate scoring, Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Perez was 14 points ahead
Of his nearest rival, Sergeant
Gregory, who is with the USAR USARCAIWI
CAIWI USARCAIWI Command Pistol Matches,
scheduled April 20-24. Chief War.
rant' Officer James A. Heiden.
retch ,of the Engineer Section is
anantigIng and coaching the
toed,

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4.,4 Iv, 4 '4
tHE,1,BIG HOPItoHarry' An Anderson's
derson's Anderson's left handed thumping
gave the Phi lites nearly ad
1 their run-scoring potential last
year. He had 23 homers and
97 runs-batted 0-in. The club
16. looks tor even more this trip.

, NEW YORK (UPI)The Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers moved from one coast to the
other )1,ut, as far as their new
Los Angeles stadium is concerned,
it's still, the same old story of
"wait 'til next year."
That's the word from Ar hus
Froehlich, sports' leading architec
tural engineer: He has submitted submittedplans
plans submittedplans 'to owner Walter O'Ma:ley
for a plusb Chavez Ravine sta.'
-dium complete with valet park parking
ing parking and swanky restaurant.
"But I don't believe' the Dodg Dodg,
, Dodg, ers wW get around to constructiono
,this year says Froehlich. "There
are just oo many problems."
Designs Horse Parks

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The usky, gthyliig man:"'whb
was a baseball player during his
undergraduate days at the DIA DIAversity
versity DIAversity of California has planned
and constructed everything from
baseball stadiums to recreation
centers, bowling alleys and office
buildings and, snore or less in the
same field of endeavor, horse
parks and psychiatric clinics.
His pet projects have been the
horse parks. These include Gold Golden
en Golden Gate, Del Mar and Hollywood
Park in California, as well as the
Los Alamitos quarter-horse track;
Laurel, trotting's Roosevelt Race Raceway,
way, Raceway, the Hippodrome in Panama,
Laurel in Maryland and Woodbine
in Toronto.
His current 'projects include a
66-million-dollar track in Caracas,
Venesuela, the 33-million-dollar
Aqueduct track and reconstruc
tion at famed Saratoga.,

Froehlich. has applied the know knowhow
how knowhow attained in erezting shopping
centers to the business of taking
tare of the horse players.
"The custonier has to be able
to move with comfort and speed,"
Froehlich says with the' enthusi enthusiasm
asm enthusiasm of the lowliest two-dollar bet bettor
tor bettor scrambling for the mutuel
window. "That's why racing ,has
such a trait& flow problem. It's
the only sport where the crowd
must be mobile.
"Your racing fan needs freedom
of motion throughout the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. He wants to see, the race,
make his bets and get back to
see.. the race on which he is bet bet.
. bet. ting."
Inventor of valet parking for
raze tracks, Frothlich also origi originoted
noted originoted the "betting island" and the
bank-type mutuel windows.

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,I The, annual ,Gambiii Invitational
Softball Tournament will be oeld.
,Saturday, -April 18, on the : two
'Gamboa athletic fields-, eommeco.
ing- at 9:30. ext. .A L. :
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; 'This softball tournament i WhiCh
has been held' since .1950,1. brings
together eight of the top 'Wall
teams in the Canal Zone for 7 a
one-da championship tournament.
A total' of eight games will tbe I
played en two r fields with the
winning team beingt required ..to
defeat three other teams,' ,, ;
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! There will be eight verr string
and evenly matched team' in
this year's. tournament ',aged, hy
the Cerveceria Nacionil le a m
from the- pacific Sidtball League
who won .the tournament, Jag
rear. .
r .. ' 7 -- 1
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Other teams entered in '' Abe
tournament, include: Abernathy IT ITnisport
nisport ITnisport the 1958 champions of
the Pacific Softball League and
currently t leading the 1959 Pact Pactfic
fic Pactfic Softball League; Powells
Garage team 'from Cristobal; 'Co 'Coco
co 'Coco Solo Navy; Albroc;1,, Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Company Ft. Kobbe and
otter Battery, Ft. Kobbe.
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Pitching ivill be feattlred in
this year'x tournament -with 'Such
outstanding pitchers as Al Ata Atamus,
mus, Atamus, Lew Hilzinger, Charles Car Carratini,
ratini, Carratini, MacNeil Lane, John Hub Hubhie,
hie, Hubhie, Ray SIMMS, Fred Zapp, Joe
Chambers, Oscar Hill and John 1
Hardin.

Drawings for games will be
held Monday, April 13, at the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Softball League Field in 814-
boa at 6 p.m.
Refreshments and food will be
available a the tournament and
swimming pool facilities will be
open to the public.
Came time for the first gante
is 8:30 it.m. Saturday, April 18.

Pedro Miguel
Softball Loop

Astra defeated Kodak 6-4 in
the opening game of the Pedro
Miguel Softball League.
r tit o )1,
Montreal downed Astra 4-3 in
a thrilling extra-inning contest.
The loop's leading hitters to
date ate J. Howard with three
hits in four at bats, O. Roper
two for three, J. Diaz three for
six, 0, Livingstone 3 for six,..F.
Joseph four for seven, A. Davis
three for seven, K. Joseph two
for five, G. Martinez two stir
five, H. Brown three for etght,
V. Diaz two for six and E. Ferra Ferraro
ro Ferraro two for six.

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They begin selling ladies' sum summer
mer summer dresses in DeceM:ber and
there ,shouldn't be any valid ob objection
jection objection to opening the pigskin sea season
son season .in April, but it's a fact that
football springs training stiort-circults
tempers and raises rhubarbs.
The Ivy League is dead set a against
gainst against It. September was good e enough
nough enough for Heffelfinger and Poe
and it's got to do for their-practically
pure amateur successors,
although you can raise a rousing
argument on the point in the Yale
Club.
' Up at Ahe U.S. Military Acade Academy
my Academy at Vest Point nobody believes
spring training is over-emphasis.
Army Welcome all 20 days permit permitted
ted permitted by the NCAA and cherishes
every minute. Dalt Hall; coach,
has the troops defiloyed daily un under
der under the Battle, Monument, and if
you- think 'spring training is light
calisthenics and pink tea, take a
new slant on life. This drill is, hard
knocks and small thanks.
Hall is the ,35-year-old Itatisvi
and West Pointer of '45 who mov moved
ed moved up to succeed the 'Old M,an of
the Plains, Bed Bialk.
He follows. a great coach
who was unbeaten last seasou and
with Oklahoma, Penn State, Air
Force and Navy on his schedule,
Hall is interested in promoting bis
future right now. Obviously, he
votes for pigskin. slinging inAPell inAPell"It
"It inAPell"It mouldn't birth the squad
if we didn't have spring training,"
the young coach insists with spir spirit.
it. spirit. "This is the only chancefor
lot of the boys to make the mark:"
Hold on. The spring session at
the academy is limited to DO min minutes
utes minutes ,daily, wedged between tiass,
'es and. dinner, for a totalli .30
hours. Did Hall mean he could
,rate more than 80 candidates in
That brief Period, and actually hod
new varsity material?

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Delayed Recognition
Definitely. "This is when we ,clo
discover the players," he affirm,
ed, "and that is a great argument
hi favor of spring training. We'ore
coaching six teams now, although
we concentrate on, four. In the fall,
we must get down to two learns;
that's all the time there Lel,
lie ean, then, make a WOW
guess now, and not later?
"Not only a second guesso out
a third and even a fourth guess 1
at some positions," the coach re.

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Rancho Rialtos-In the. Atlantic district. (Left to right) Charlie Gre en, Karl Glass Jess- Gettle 'John Fattier Bob Engelke and Jay
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(Roprintod from the Miami Harald) tendons, osselets; and various
wounds, sprains and bruisek. f 1
"If all the 'sore 'horses were.
by RUSS HARRIS
. Harald -Turf Writer scratched, there wouldn't' be a
traek JIP the country whick could
'; Jockey Bill Hulick fired a put together': a nine-race ,.. pro proshot
shot proshot heard 'rotind the Atirf world gram," say Jockey 'thris Rog Rogthis
this Rogthis season when he refused to ers.
ride a horse he declaredmas unfit "There's i sore horse in al-,
to race on Widener Day at Ilia- most every race," says Jockey
kali. '' Walter Blum, a bit ., mori con conservatively.
servatively. conservatively. ,,i, -
Hartack's 'heavily favored mount
was withdrawn by the stewards: Says Gulfstriim -kirk Stay.
the. track was forced to refund
$136,000 and lost a chance to set ard William M. Showbridno,
"Horses aro flash and' bono.t A
an all-time 'Florida record for one good many things thatk.thetan
day's wagering. athlatai, also happcn ;to horses.,
such as liminess, pulisci tan.
A few weeks later Jockey How Howard
ard Howard Grant protested to Bowie of- dons and iniutios of ono kind
ficials that a heavy favorite- he or another."
was scheduled to ride was too Shewbridge ,adds, "The b e a t
sore to rtin Ordered to ride the
horse anyway;:- Grant did. But. brie I ever, ownect: wben I was
a trainer' was tthe sotest animal
he finished far up the track and' YOu call& iniagine. We could
the- customers who bet on his
monnt left the Maryland oval hardly get him out of his stall.
But when he got warmed up, he
decidenly unhappy. could run. He won 13 straight
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Happened To
, RAilDY MOORE
Randy Moors put LI part, of all of
1,0 different seasons as a major ';
league outfieldee, hitting his peak 4' 1Y,
with the old Bostn Braves, of
1932-35. His best year' at bat was 1
.302 with the 1933 Braves. Randy 4,
had a, trial 'wh the s, Chicago ',,,,,," r4
White Sox in 1927-28 but eame-UP'... 14"
to stsy when the Braves, acouired :
him in 1930. He moved to Brook..
lyn in 1936 and, after being 01004
the Cardinals in 1937, 'finallY 1,',7,
went out of the major with a .afe7,.
time average, of .279. , '''!'"'"k".4
Whatever happened to Randy
Moore? Now 53, Randy is a
rancher-oilman at Omalut, Rex.
Among his partners in oil inter.
ests are suzit old baseball pals
frrn his Boston and 'Brooklyn, :7
seasons as Al Lopez -and Casey 7
Stengel. "71

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CLOSEUPCardinti Manager Solly Henius and !Yankee
Catcher Elston Howard brush into each other while looking up,
fot foul pop Emus lifted In exhibition at St. Petersburg

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By RUSS HARRIS "If all the sore horses were I
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. Herald -Turf Writer scratched, there wouldn't be a
trod ID the country which, could
'. Jockey Bill Hulick fired a put together: a nine-race .. pro proshot
shot proshot heard 'rotind the 'turf world gram," says Jockey thris Rog Rogthis
this Rogthis season when he refused to ers.
ride a horse he declared,gas unfit "There's 'a ,sore horse in ai aito
to aito race on Widener Day at Ilia- most every race," says Jockey
kali. ' Walter Blum, a bit more con
servatively. ,-, -
w altsa rtwai tehkd' sr ahwena viblyy ftahveo rsetde wma or da ns t:
Says Oulfstreem -Park Stote Stotethe.
the. Stotethe. track was forced to refund
$136,000 and lost a chance to set ard William M. Shewbridge,
"Horses ars flesh and bone.t. A
an all-time 'Florida record for one good many things they wan
day's wagering. athlotei, also happen :to horses,
such as lameness, pulled tan.
A few weeks later Jockey How Howard
ard Howard Grant protested to Bowie of officials
ficials officials that a heavy favorite he dons and -injuries el ene kind
.
was scheduled to ride was too Shewbridge ,adds, "The b e s t
sore to run. Ordered to ride the or another."
horse I ever, ownect when I was
horse anyway, Grant did. But. a traim,I was 'tthe sorest animal
he finished far up the tratic and' YOu co Idd ithagine. We could
the. customers who bet on his
mount left the Maryland oval hardly get him out of his stall.
But when he got warmed up, he
decideoly unhappy. could run. He won 13 straight
y 3
1' s sii
ii sii ,t
h I IS a sore horse? -'
is -nothin new to the ,, racing W-41 ,.
Tho pioblom if" soirs horsog rocesP
, SAMII, ', the; Herta ek, ,., a n 0, Herta elt defines suele i, ein, i, smi smibel
bel smibel .Grant tip atides put the subject Mal,,IIS "one which hail' an-7'; eil.
In the spotlight as never. before beforeWhy
Why beforeWhy are sore horses such a meat which causes a difference
in this stride that is noticeable
problem? to the rider."
Hartack and other jockeys can-I
, The heart of the matter is that list numerous horses which run,
:4soye" and ,have been, yuhnienagr--,
al: apeirarceesntt assourndare .raaese,wihaoraisaegs
, They do not object to riding stich
and wimungthat wee for y t.
horse players. .,
.
product of ce4uries of inbreed-
The modern thoroughbred, a
"But when a sound h e r s
ing, is beset with a m horses.
ultitude MI lees sore, or a sore herse
bowed i changes for the worse, you
ailments: bone spavina.
, may have a 'dangerous animal
,, -y i
in your hands,"' says' Hartack.
,
Everyone in racing concded (1)
.. k
that there are few 100' pereent
. sound hor es 'arid 12) 'that there
a i
is a yery line line between sore
i( 1NG
,, horses which are "raceable" 'and
. thole which 'might be "danger "dangeri'44
i'44 "dangeri'44 '-, , ,- i, ous.
... ,. ' .By -dangerous,' horsemen mean
4 that .f.he animal May be 'on the
5, ' ." ''e ',. i Verge of breaking down..It sueh
plied., !!We' wouldn't lave tad' Bob tiiii., ahimai is
Nhvogratt (All-America lineman in permitted to race,
e' custoniers who wager oe him
'58) without this early tryced time. are not getting a run for thekr
Novograts was a filth-string lac- money. But eVen more serioui,'
kle on the plebs and he yietil there is a risk of a spill which
could caute 'injury. or, death to
throughput two spring-prattices be
for he 'wits recognized." '-',, jockeys in the race. ; '
On the other hand, trainers
Hall was on the squa-d level hot
too long ago, as halfback with the arid owners Must' eace their.
horses .in order te earn the
Blanchard-Davis beaten terrors
of '44, and from that perspective purses which keep a stable in
he presented another idea. business.,
"The boys have been coming If. track officials bar a twilit
here younger and younger in re. from, racing without sufficient
cent years," he .began. "I. guess ream they are unjustly oe
they tire etting- through h 1 g h nying Ithrsemen opportunity' to
schoOl earlier, because we have earn a livelihood.. Again, there's
an awftil lot of baby-faced frosh. that fine line between "races.
"Frank Blanda (reserve quarter quarter-
- quarter- Kitce tracks try to cope with
Me" and "unfit!' horses.
back) was barely 1.7 When we first I
saw him and he lacked the phY- the problem.
sique and the confidence. Ms At Gulfstream Park, for ex exspring
spring exspring lie has matured physical- ample, four veterinarians tre on
Rneaeinregprceesmenmtsissitehne,
Fthlearidstatiffita
ilsy aandeamMeern.tlipty,isanadalywefatihrintke hae
teC1
Blonde to give him this kind of two serve as pre-race examiners
early cheek, rather than catih uP and another is on duty in the pad padwith
with padwith him Mily once a year." dock. ,
, On the -day of a elm horses
, BobY va- BodY- are inspected twice by buck
,P1,aa asa.,atiaaa 1; a.tal a A ta.

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, Boby vs. Body.
The Piactice field presented, the
strongest evidende ifir spring
trainingthe equad obviously be believed
lieved believed this job to be necessary.
The c'adet candidates did not
waste a tick of the clock from 4 to
5:30. They stopped for retrefit at
4:25, but were hitting one another
again. before the bulges had ceas ceased
ed ceased echoing, from the hills on this
soft .spring air. , 4
It was a hitting session. Aside
from the precision 'drills in var.
terhaek pier ano pass patorns
the idea was body versus body.'
Hall- did not mind stressing his
theme: "It's got: to be that way
because many of the boys nave
to heat out the rest here and now.1'
Somebody noticed Bob Andel'.
son, All-America hack, running
the ball in live tackling drill. He'
was -not preserved in a showcase,
hut, was taking the common cad cadet's
et's cadet's lot.,
A colonel, observing this ruth ruthless
less ruthless expenditure of precious sin-,
ma, reached a conclusion. Puf Puffing
fing Puffing ,,with he, exclaimed:
"Say: do you zee what that An Anderson
derson Anderson is doing? We must be
loaded!?
Spring 'training seem z, benefi zi al
to the military morale,i at least,
'
(Joe Williams Is III.)

Golfer's Prayer
Dedicated'To Ike
.
By NY Authar
WASHINGTON (IIPI)--4
Hoe Poem, "The Golfer's Prayer;1
dedicated to President Eisenhow Eisenhower,
er, Eisenhower, was presented at the:White
yes4tday.
tit The' text:
' '"Lord, over Thy pasture golfers
pass,
"'Tramp:ling 'rhy scirpet we call
grassi
"With not whisper from the
.1!Forgive our limns:4'0AI and
Gov? t 4 tv
The author 'was 64 yekr old
Hairy, Woodbourno,' of
Long Island, MY. A scroll in.
scribed with the poem ,was ac acrepted
repted acrepted by Presidefitia1411de Hom Homtr
tr Homtr H. Gruenther.,
Woodbourne said: ult was my
hone that this little prayer would
help Inake many remember God
By graciously accep'ing my
words, the President symbolically
reaffirms tile apiritual strength of
our ,nation.1!

- lea
votarinariani, tho mornings, wit
and in filo paddock before post 193
timo.. ,,, .30;
2, ha(
' Nevertheless', Hartari maintain Wh
that on an aurage sace daY,110 ta
can go to the 4,11.ek and point out hin
two, three ,and,gotnetiMea as lyn
ny as ,five,,,horses whie,h uh.
fit to race :but' are Pertrattbd,' tO
run although theThave virtliall:Y tin
no chance of 3$inning, W
NEXT t k' ex, rat
plains why hjeels,,so strongly,' IV An
bout the probletty oti sore norbes; est,
and the issue ea-Who, Slimed lave Ali
the last word OW whether a horS,3 sea
if fit to run, Ste

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- for the run-producingSan Francisco Giants is going to be a
lark. But the big righthander, obtained from the St, Louis
; Cardinals, will be throwing harder than he did for,this
'camera sequente-ati-theeluWs Phoenix, Arit., training base.

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' 1 '''.7;4.'"t"""k' ,(!e 's,..:;90.'' 44.'SL'.. ' ,.,:s...,.. -,,.,..0.7.,,,..,... ,,,,...... I this year's frearnament heptind,, be .,..,i,',44;.i.tu. ., .. ---. :...0.H.'' )4.... 0.11;,,,r,-44."4-.:.:1'.,,,:.:9,4-::.'azH'Ir4,?, 14'9,,,,,41",.:;:1,t1:;',,A...,- ti'viif,...1,,,;,'''""'''.;i',?,';'::-.M .-.4.t". -.,99a!''''',''''',',.,..'"ikove,,, ..Ps, -...I'', inwoga. ''''' '''''''N""';': '.'''''',.:"". .."4""):', .,, .:',.. ..',',1''',,4,::
....... I -.:..,..4;-.14, "...,.. .,',..A;:s:::4, -"-',",.'4-..4.,-,..,,i j,, 9' '.. .. : the Cerveceria .Nacionil t e a m --, .. -,-,',F. --,:o ,,,,,,: -,7 -.. -1,...:. .. ,. : .., . . .' y '-....r.:
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, .. . ,,,,,r4,.,,,. -,:..,,.:., ::. :..,..v, ".. '''''',:;,.;'.40; ,x'4'''''," .' front the- racific Snftball League , n, :, . . , . .. ...
oN riltiNo Ling-,h.5-:vetr,ing of policemen are shown ori the fu'ing line during' tne'retent 1959 annual ' Police pistol: '''' cmpetition. at '' - ,2. ..F
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:. i : .,:,,;,.:,e,':,,w,..I6' :,,::.:1, .::,.-14..1,,,...z,,d,,,,:,,, .,a,,.., - ,:. .1..: who won the,
th.ur,.na, me.,!-.1,t,,.-..., ,':141i,,,st Ranchq Rarehelarrthei Atlantic. district,. (Left to right) plarlie pre en, Karl Glass, Jestr Gettle,'",loina Fattier, '. Bob Engelke and jay ''' m, ...s..
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:i?...i:.: tournament, include: Abernathy II- '' . ..' -
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' '' L I .4' 4Z ft 11,, ,, ,tr 1 liv 4,.
,. nisport the 1958 champions of
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, ,. .. : the Pacific Softball League and ce, ,, ,,.
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,''' 1 t leading. the 1959 Pact- .1
",';'., I KOBBE PISTOL AWARD Colonel Ralph A. Jones, Jr., commanding officterK, lbsiit Bpaintttloei currentlY
fie Softball League; P o iv o 1 I s , ',,,-,',..., 's
- Happened 'To i' .. i ...., ,o,
:,,-, Group, 20th Infantry, Port Kobbe, presents the firgt place plaque for the For o e .; ,. ,
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''' '''. Matches to Capt. John G Oliver, commanding officer, Headquar rs a
te nd Headquarters Com- Garage team 'from Cristobal, Co ,,
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pany, signifying the company's overwhelming win. Specialist Four John 'Prud
ell behind Capt. co Solo Navy; Albroc'o,,, Head- ..,,,
o Find As Winning. -e ors,,, ":.. p ; .
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, , ,' RANDY -MOORE '...
quarters Company Ft. Kobbe ,and ,,-, 4 .)11
1 BandY Meors, put LI part. of. all of - .,
,''.., ,,:' Oliver, was top man on the team and Pfc. 1110hard Thompson; right, placed third on the
Mortar Battery, Ft. Kobbe.
''' team which won by 166 points over its nearest riyal.---(1.1..S. Army Photo)
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la..t,,,,a,:lni,. 1,hwOandicit,elfraferent seasons as a major ''", :?,.:' ..'1,''
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, ; : Pitching ivill be 'featured 1 in ' ''' ' r'''''' ''' 7 ' ' '' '- '' ' ''' '.' ',;44";""7.:,,.., ,?,,, rl rt --;. , league. nutfielder",, hitting' hi's peak.", '''''s
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(Reprinted from the' Mimi Herald) tendons,' Ossel'etii; and various veterinarian's, in,,i, tho morningS, with the eld Boston,,,, Brav,es ',, of ,
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' this year'e tournament Ivith 'Such -
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... 0 ay s po outstanding pitchers' as Al Ata Atamus,
mus, Atamus, Lew Hilzinger, Charles Car- wounds, sprains and bruiseti.." 1 and in ilie paddock before post 1932-35.'..His best year"At: bat Was. -. -0.4
. ay RUSS HARRIS "If all the sore'. 'horses were time.. '. .!,:'.t'...,., ,,-,.;,- ,I.,,,'...,,.',,,, .302 with -the .1933 Braves.' Randy .40'..; ......:
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IN e V er' t.:h' e ie'''S:'''S':i'''H 'itlr'-ii l'il.r. :1i' Ola'
-, Herald -Turf Writer scratched, there wouldn't' be a,9,
,: ratini, MatNair Lane, John 013- traek in the couttry whleb. could S'''Ostt:ilinl:''19w21-h36- thbuet se;;Camhieca.- ug; '. '.:::,: ''IY.. l'i;1. fe4;"
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.,.. ... .i. 'bie, Ray Simons, Fred Lipp, Joe -,att: avrage l'ace eay,,4he fa, stay when-the, Braves, acouired ..'.! ,rH,,
,i.Iy''''';'!:', r'----: Fara e ,. fihnitriciene.rs, Oscar Hill and .lolui Jockey BM Harfack- fired a' put together': a nine-'reee. ';' pro- that on
, 4 ,,..4.,,, shot heard 'rotind the ,terf 'world gram," say' Jockey' .',,Chr is.iRog- lie trark and point mit him. in 1930 He moved to',Broolt' '' '.' '.-'''
fwano, gt(li'rtee .iiiid',SOnietiniCS'As .4iia'' lyn in 1936 ind, after being -0100; .':,',: ,''''''''''.,., ,.1"
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this season when he refused to ers.
as ,,tive.,,,horaCt 'whieh.'-'areinii '-'o the Cardinals ,. In' 1937 !final' 'I:. '.: q
lagapaamm
'ride a horse he declared,gas unfit "There's 'ai attire horse :; in ai- n3'
.:' .;,- ,.',,,,::;,: ,,a9,",;.,.,-. 6::;:, i Drawings for games will be
)--coTahset. tDoodih8e- chif,elde soMoftnndaally,LAeparginle13F,iealtd thine Lai:, il,,,,OttA
to race on Widener Day at, Ilia.' most eyery race". says Joo.key. fit to. race ,but are,' perinittbl',', tn. went out of the- major withn-ilie-,. : .,, .
run altbough:: they' ,' have virttially time. a verage,', of .279. '' '''.. 1 '' ''' .:', ,..:1". ',.,?,,,',.,,1
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leah. Walter Blum, a bit -, mori Lon
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' .' 'if'. N':::7.'aa's ::":1:;:.:'.1 : '-'''. ' ;: 9 .... .:''''''..4""" .,.'-l'''' .;,C,". ..',::..fi erNs EmWoveYtICIRfrKomWoPnei
'''? '' ';'''' ''''''''' '-:':'-.1,'' ' ',',aN, :;Aii ',.Vt4iteitOtiiii:,,,,,: .:X::?:,::::','''i. it' other ) but is far as their new boa at 6 p,m.
i)t no chance OUwinning, , '' Whatever ,: happened tn... Randy ',, ,
atrta:k's 'heavily favored mount
S G If t ''' p' ife st ' ,....::,. moore? ',Now 53, Randy -'..:. la a ,,,:,,,.,.,
"'"4i'''''''':'::::''''.."'':.;'" .:::'-' .'''':',,i':.'1;i'4"':"'''':'.4',. ; ..'iS-!'-04:11; '''"::".:'i::e:'':A Los Angeles stadium is concerned, was wi rawn y ays u s ream a ow owthd
thd owthd was .I1) c tclie istewards servatively. , ..-
. NEXT -,, Bill If 0'1' t a C ltd.ex rancher-oilmen .,., at Omaha, Rex. ..,. .,,,..
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.0' ...."1;:-;''''.'""'''.'".' ''' AX '''':'',0,-,ii::i'I':?:';;;:':fl',". :;:fl'f'::''.!'"ta .1,:!'..":,:.:..":: v.,,..1 it s still. the same eld story of Refreshments and food will be ard William M. Showbridge,
plains. why.: heileels,So :strongly.; a';' 'Among his : partners. in oil ',.. inter,,:.'-,,, .,-.:-..aal.
refund
'- ,, i':.';,';A'..'":::::',...: irk ;i.,;,.,.::;,,, ,::5A;Ai:..::.. ',V...'i!.!!,:.!'.:',,;,,,,,,,:.';....-.,;,,,, ::":;,!i.::r ,;- "wait 't,11 next year", .
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available it the tournament and Sa lne36a,0011;a0timane d. Filoorsitd aa rceheaorndc ef otro osneet "Horses aro flesh an& bone.. ,, A
that, ,I" befall bout. the ....Tito!) ,ein, 'dii sore hor6CS' ests aM' sitzb old baseball,. pall :.,!... i"."..:.7
I .,.,.?? ..-I,:1::....:... 1.0,...,:m : i:o.s:,0,:x,i,4 ,:i.:.::.. ",.,,:::.::::. :,- ,... ..,.. swimming pool facilities wilt he d
g1:41 maanrsothhinspgpsen :to horses, and the issue .ta. r Igt 0 ; Sholed liaie frtimr. his Boston and ,', Brooklyn '''." n
ay s wagering.
., H'::::''''''''':. : .' '''', '' .a.,,.''' "-:-..''' ":0:',::i"'i'iV;i::''' -'!':.',', .4.';':'3',"?':P 'i:'''': , .: ", That's the word from Ar hon open to the public. a thletoi,
' tt. '. '"--9-:,,,u-,i,',,"".'-- .-'''',,i0,.-'.'', .."17e";',',..,,,4" '4,1':',', H't:,..i,:.'45,,:.,,A.:,:. 'i-i'i,',..i:,-'-..:i..,..!!,.';:i..,'. -: such as lameness, p
ailed few the last Word on. whether a 'h(a.'41 seasons as M Lopez -and Caset :".- .',.'..41
dons and iniurios of one kind .- ., ,,,y g i. .... ... .: e.. !.ii. 1
,,,-,p- .: --'''' .' Itlitiiii' ::'i:: - : E.::::'ii:::;-:" .: 'J.:::''ots:j.,,,,,,,.,4,...::...:::1 Froehlich, s orts' leading architec- Game time for the first genie A few weeks later Jockey How HowI
I HowI Ff F,I,
it fit to run ''''.., ' ',' -,." Sten eL ' ''. '....' ''' -"':-: ' '' ':
: ard Grant protested to Bowie of-.
' .:.:'':'''i'i'i'i;i',:i,.:.,-::?,'i;;:., ''''...: ' ..i::.:::,:. ,,:,:::':',.:::',:.:'." :i!'::" :- .':'',..,-,:':', i''..i:.:.:?:'.:,,, 4 tural engineDer: He has sahmeted- is 8..30. Sm. Saterday Aprii 18
1 .,.:,i''to:-:-Iyo,:,.:. 1!.'" li":4,..,ii.,.,-i:.,..;,:;.;,.,,'-:.:,,i,:::...i...4,49e,!::,,,:',ii.,:Ii:,.,"';:''' .:,.:0,,,.:.::,i:K.,..i..::: plans to owner Walter 0 Madey heals that a heavy favorite- he or another."
' 4 --Jtelitnt'; ,i'i,;i' itIZ.:.Aiti..!litg::-::,,;,:,..::....,A4t, for a plush Chavez Ravine sta- r was scheduled to ride was too e t ,',,. l. : '-::,. ... .- :
Shewbridge adds, "The b s ,..,...,..: .:,.... ... ,,.
, ,.,J..,,,..in",,:,:m4i:::::',..: .:::::tY,:::.:y,,.:',.':":,::':::',',.,".--,..,;r4,,a,::::41.; ''.41'''''. ::,,i,71.,,,,, ,dium complete with Valet park- Pedro Illiguel sore to :rtin Ordered to ride the .. ',.:,11. farl
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.. 1 .i,:::i:44Ni,,-'.':1-04 ,: i:44.:r,:";:'';:':' rirF:'''''135,giiii .- !i,r, '..t:''': ':.:44.:::'x'7,9. ing and swanky restaurant; ,, horse anyway;:, Grant did. But. horie I ever, owtiect, when I Was ,, ,... ,,...y.
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f :::iii4m,i,.:,:,,:$4.,. ,,,,i,K,. ::::.,..!-..... ,,,:,t..,99,, ......,t,,,,,..... ..: ,4.0.; ::,:.;:;::i:.,",:','.,,r ig and, a trainer' waOthe sorest animal ,'.'. '-;.:.''..' '''.'
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- 'he, finished 'far up the traek You call& iniegine. -' We nould '. y ...-9--
,.! ,i,,oxi.,,:.-,0:' ':,f.:',?,5::.. i,:',4!;.', :.;:,&:':"' ',',',. :...k ,,,,,,,,,,, 4,,,,o.',,,i;:ix....,..-.:,.,a,,,,, .:i,,,f:-.4:::,:,..:., But I don't bepeve the Dottile,' fibali Loop the customers who bet on his . ..
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'' ''0,1:Wai.;',:ii..::",f,t'll' Agi ii'14,,. ..',,,,'41.); Atigiat,c;.,-.1.,.".7.0.0..ii ers wW gtt arounc to eonstrtic oir
e monnt left the Maryland oval hardly get him out of his stall. :
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.''i ::::'-,..,'$;;i7;'i:,,; ,.;,:,?:,:.',-.". .4igf,e:' -.1.!:,',::::..,,!,,i .'.5.',.',' ...."Aii:ii. i'',F',:,!ga ',;,ci,i'i'.,:i':,A this year says Froehhch. There But when he got warmed lip,. ho -.. .i: '';..4q31.0,L
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',.. I' '4,,rtgiV.,'',..,H,,, igAr,ii.''-'ig:i4.1p,, is?.:-,'-.'. ...14.4.4,! !:;-,0".: li.:!;ii:h04. are, junt no many proble,ms."
Astra defeated Kodak 6-4 In decideSly unhappy.
y could run. He won., 13 straight '..
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the opening game of the Pedro The probleni eit. so're horses racesI'
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""i ''''.:Wii,i'41:"-i-:.:':t;",:i.t.'l i:!'..g.::::::,,,Y.- i''.,.."E',,,:,.?;.,, '...,.;::. .Kii"Mi. '',',Vt 'f.a?-',::;,:?.'i Designs Horse Parks Miguel Softball League; ,, ...., '. a ...............:
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, , is 'nothin flow to the ,, racing , .Wh. at, Is. a
'' the' liertiek 'al la cl Hartack defines sucistoin amp ,,-Hmim.:::::.,. v. .--,i,,,,;g.,:::::..:
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t,-. :;,.. ':,:;,,'''''V:W:.:AM' .:i:44, '-,it.; -s.-:;!-Nlf:9$.-,,,at :',:f.',,,A: ,Ait:k!',';:'' ' il'har hiiiky,'I grityliie man, whb ..,,.,:a:::4i::,:v s.:":":: ,:.:-,,,
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ot which causes a difference
,1:$''' ''' ,'-ii'':;';00:3.ilf,'Iyo:'.44i'4 l't4"''''. ''''.".:':' .:.' .: l'il.rh i'.:: ...'''''::''''..::.5:4 ''-- ' ' '' '''' .- '9' Ida' ir'e. it' i 4"04'W:ll'eYd''''''AilStr'"'11.'''' an ill'r trliTitflei' op ,Sett' S no. rt .,the Lblief- Meal;,ae, '"one which: haii an'''';atil- ,.,.'..!:' ,,,,...,...:.-;,..,:',,;.,...!:,,,...:.:',..,:,.,.::,..;i,
was a baseball player, during his -- ''' '.. ... I
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ii?,:,:-.;11. : ililiis:.'1,1Wi,..4,::i,- lt,W:. ':i,.?;:',.:,,:;:j,: undergraduate days at the tint- a thrilling extra-inning contest. in tho spotlight as never, before. m
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I '''' ',':';ii.'";'..';''..r..:". t40 : '::'''..!'"'': -"K4"...'''-'Ait;,' .'''''i''"''.''.::-1;V.t4 versity of California has planned
r : ,..y.,4,,,,,,,,,',9,, date ate J. Howard with three problem? the rider."
a tinHartack and other jockeys can "e"7,,,
-.,,mi,i,,,.:,:,. .,9,,. :,....Qiii.,,,,::-:,;,.:,,,':'.., ,,,:::,' ':-,?:::, 79;19Y. and constructed everything from hits in four at bats, O. R 0 p e r "0' :..,,:::;:,,
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' ..; iii4r:''.;''."...".''''''' '.1 ''''''''''''' ''.'""'"":': .:';'.',.-- ... 0 baseball stadiums to recreation
- -:, ,..4.441 two for three, J. Diaz three for The heart of the matter s th
i at list nuMerous horses which, run ,.
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centers bowling alleys and office ore and have been running-- ,,,. :,,'
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,this, stride that is noticeable , .:, ,r,1,:ti,,,,,, ,:.
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1 The loop's leading hitters to Why are sore horses su. ch.,
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:: -,. .. :..i.-io4;,, ,.'",,',04,,,,,r,.Wartegtz,,,,i,,,,Aff.,..;:y,.sri4".:':':',,:.,',W,V;14:.ri',-.; same field,. of endeavor, horse They' do not 'object to riding. stich ''- '''.,.'
Joseph- four for seven, A. D'avis are almost, as rare, 'as wiening ansd, Winning2-4hat .wai.for'yeari, ,','; .. ...
:. ... ..,.:....,:',:54, ..i;i-4.1-4.w.al,em,..;,.?,..4,,,,,,k.:.fa9,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. .. ,,, ,....,.. .. .... parks and psyckiatx14... clinics. three for seven, K. Joseph ,two horse players. -., ,., .. - ,,. ....,:.:::::.....4,.....,
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His pet projects have been the, for five, G. Martinez two or The modem thoroughbred, a norleBsii.
five H. Brown three for eight, product .., of centuries of ..inbreedl'i'
t when a sound li o r s :;:.:
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.-,1 TivemetT wIrucao riltorijoirit '0.1..4- T la)tarionf Tnhyl n rrhnreinertn- ,- ..1... RI, 2- -1.--1- "..1.3 P

1 Jr-La A uLAK,K,4, LabwiE al 'nurse pants. I nese Inman utnu- V, Diaz two for six and E. Ferra-i ing, is beset with a moititude at! POWS lOrgt war a awry iril?ric ,:: :.: la-,
accepts the trophy awarded the Fort Kobbe team for winning en Gate, Del Mar and -Hollywood
ro two for six. ailments: bone spavins, bowed r changes for tho worse,. you
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'Lae rttilintla 111 ed rib Ina LoUliCa, licau Vi 410,1 VV.. fir kmia
, rare in tatmorma, as weu as ine , , I. may nave wing ennnan
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:A, him, from left, are Sgt. Juan Perez-Perez, Pfc. Habert A. Elaln Los Alamitos quarter-horse track; 'in your handsd'- seys' Hartacit.
'if and Sp--C John A.. Triidell. The 'Kobbe sharpshooters won the Laurel, trotting's Roosevelt Race
-EVeryone in racing concded.'(1)
, k
3,4 :
t trophy firing a National Match Course of 10 rounds slow fire way, the Hippodrome in Panama, that there'. are few 100 petant
at 50 yards and the same number of rounds time and rapid Laurel in Maryland Ind Woodbine sound horses, 'and 12) 'that" there ','
, fire at 25 yards. Sergeant Perez was high gun of the shoot by in Toronto. is a very line line betw'een sore
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By joE
wirining the aggregate matches with an even 800. His current 'projects include a horses which are "raceable" 'and
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(U.S. Army Photo) 66.million-dollar track in Caracas, those. which 'might be "danger- 4.,
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Venezuela, the 33-million-dollar ..;"" ous.".. z"'".
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4 .1 1. ,By ;dangerous,' 'horsemen mean '2;
Aqueduct track and reconstruc
' tion at famed Saratoga. , -"As6s.!,,iftle,;;-' that ,f.he animal be 'on the
:
, verge. of breaking 00Wa. :It sueh
They begin selling ladies' santl- Plie4..!!We' wouldn't have tad Bob thm,animal is ...
Fort .1(olib 'Team Taks Must Bs Mobilo
mer dresses in PeceMber Ind Nhvogratt (All-America lineman in t h h.,
e cue mere, w o wag r on tm :,
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e Froehlich has applied the know- there shouldn't be any valid oh- '58). without this early tryciut time; are not getting' a run for their :4 :
pe' rmitted to race,
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RENEW' EXCHANG1 PROGRAM
VIENNA (UPI), Ths Austria
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renewing 'the Fultright 'scholar
ship program, which provides for
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TodRY's TV Program
):30 Bowling Derby 8:30 The Thin Mani'
4:33 ;,illcrwood Affair 9:00 My Little Margie
5:0J Ateport..From.Arnerica- 9:30 HighwaY Potrol
5:30 -PANORAMA 10:00 People Are Funny
7:00 Debbi 34048 10:30 Royal 7"i"botise
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training,. Afterwards, limy went back to their barrack" to
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The Dalai Lama, meanwhile, was
continuing tis grueling journey
over the rugged terrain of north northastern
astern northastern India. An official spokes spokesman
man spokesman in Shillong, on the northeast
frontier, said the Tibetan leader is
expected to reach Bomdila tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. After a wearying 14-mile double
march yesterday, tbe 'Lama will
spend tonight in Rahung, a village
eight miles 'from 'Bomdila, the
spokesman said. When he arrives
in Bomdi la about noon tomorrow,
he will be greeted by p: N. Menon,
Premier Jawaharlal Nehru's spe special
cial special envoy.
Informed sources here said the
Dalai Lama has advised Nehru
that he would like to talk with him
at the earliest possible opportunity.
A, place for the meeting probably
will be one of the first matters he
takes up wit Mtnon 'when they
meet tomorro
Meanwhile, Tibetan Partisans
were reported re-grouping in Him Himalayan
alayan Himalayan hideouts for further attacks
against the, Chinese CommuMsts.
The Peiping regime admitted it
had its bands full trying to sup suppres
pres suppres the Uprising.
Dispatches reaching New Delhi
said fighting had increased in fu fury
ry fury in th'e area south of the Tibetan
interior cities of Chamdo and Gy Gyantse.
antse. Gyantse. Heavy casualties were inflicted
on green Chinese troops by the
tough Khampa. tribesmen fighting
with ;tierrilla bit-and-run tactics,
the dispatches said. Some of the
Chinese troops were said to be
fresh-faced madets just out of train trainino
ino trainino sehools.
In Tapei, Formosa, No tionalist
Chinese Cabinet Minister Li Yung

GOP names Morton
As, Ilevithairman;
thicago F.or Parley

WASHINGTON, ,April 11 (1.11,11j
The Republi ca n National
Committee today elected Sen.
Thurston B: Morton of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky as its chairman and voted
to hold the 1960 GOP conven convention
tion convention in Chicago the week of
July 25.
Morton, President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's nominee to succeed retir retiring
ing retiring chairman Meade Alcorn,
was elected without, contest.
His -formal :selectien came
after the Committee adopted a
recommendation by Its site
committed to hold next year's
party convention in the huge
livestock amphitheater in the
'windy city.
Ray C. Bliss of Ohio, who
headed a 10-man committee
which flew to Augusta, Ga., yer yerterday
terday yerterday to confer with the Pres President,
ident, President, nominated Morton for
the committee chairmanship.
Bliss reported thatEisenhower
"indicated that he would be
highly pleased" if Morton were
elected. The President, he said,
also felt M would do "an.
excellent job."
Morton's nomin on was sec seconded
onded seconded by a numbe of national
committee members. When Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn then asked if ere were
any further nominations, no
voice was raised' and Morton
was, elected by voice vdte.

Builder Challenges
Sovisets On Tytilcal
Homes Criticism.

NEW YORK, April 11 (UPD
New York builder Herbert Sadkin
today challenged Soviet ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador Mikhail Menshikov to visit his
Long Island development to answer
Moscow's criticism that the typical'
American home to be exhibited
there was more like Buckingham
'Palace.
"We are building 400 models of
this home at our development at
Commack, LI.," Sadkin said, "and.
we.believe the ambassador should
see for himself that the Americen
exhibit trul represents what
Americans can and are buying."
The official Soviet news agency
Tass said yesterday that the We
000 house to be displayde in lhe
American exhibit opening in Mot Motcow
cow Motcow in July was anything but what
the typical American could af afford.
ford. afford. It said the exhibition house is asl
typical of the "typical American"
as the TO Mahal is typical of
Bombay, textile workers or Buck BuckIngham,
Ingham, BuckIngham, Palace of British mineral."
Badkik president of All-Stite
Properties, Inc...of Floral Park,
oald "We knew all Along thet
it wOuld .difficult mak,'
Russians to Ifelieve that the aver average
age average American worker could afford
a house like gds."

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Dhaphe and Cahplain tCapt.) John
R. Diez. k-
The musical program will' "'- in include
clude include it solo,. "Bleu this Rollie,"
sung by the- Rev.
priest in charge oi the EPiStoPla
Church at, ,Paraiso;
The chapel, which' Ilia a14 exte exterior
rior exterior of brick, and 'inasonry; con contains
tains contains offices for 'three chaplains,
a general purpose room with
binged divider and a well-ap
pointed kitchen.
Light gray has been used tor
the interior finish and carpeting
is of rose beige, Altar and pews
are of Panama mahogany, with
the ehancel,done in a light maho mahogany.
gany. mahogany. Fintikes of satin chrome
are flush set,
The apPropriation for building
the chapel was passed by Con Congress
gress Congress in July 1957 and early in
4958 the contract ,was aceepted
by the Isthmian Construction
Company, 'Work was under the
direction of the Panama Area 'En 'Engineer,
gineer, 'Engineer, and the design was cre created
ated created by the tdwin T. Reeder At Atsociltes
sociltes Atsociltes of Miami, Fla.
Although the building was ac

cepted jofficially oli:Xerch 15 this
year, a few detaile,:remain 'to be
conlpleted,' oputtding and, furnish furnishing
ing furnishing 7 costs were approximately
430,000. :i 4 :,,A s s'
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INCENTIVE THERE
HAM, England (UPI) Contest
chairman Jack. Elder said
yesterday he anticipated no trou trou'hie
'hie trou'hie in getting entrants for the
men's baby-buggy-pushing race
sponsored by a sports association.
He said all entrants would re receive
ceive receive four pints of beer during
the race..

PITTSBURGH (UPI)-- T h e
steel industry yesterday urgedthat
wages be frozen at present levels
for a year, ,but United Steelwork Steelworkers
ers Steelworkers President David J. McDonald
promptlY rejected the proposal.
He called it a "publicity' stunt
and an attempt to avoid collective
bargaining.
The industry proposal to eitend
major provisions of the present
three-year-contract, which expires
June 30, for another year was
made in a letter-handed Mt Don:

Raoul Therlault
Becomes Assyant
Bureau Director

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sin 'said anti-Commtmist forces
were regrouping after losint the
battle to the 'Reds in Lhasa, the
Tibetan capital. LI said the free freedom
dom freedom fighters were expected to
link up with anti-Reds in the Chi Chimese
mese Chimese border provinces 'of Tsinghal
and Sikang.
The Chinese Communist central
news agency reported in broad broadcast
cast broadcast for borne consumption that the
uprising in,Tibet could not be
crushed "in a short period."
It said the Chinese commander
in Tibet, Lt. Gen. Chang Ktio-hila,
had informed Peiping that the re revolt
volt revolt which- started March I0 had
spread from Lhasa to other areas
of the remote Himalayan countrY,
Pit is not possible to mop up ,the
insurgents in a short-J000,",
Chang ,was quoted as saying.'
The. Communists hustled the'
Panchen, Lama, their ,handpicked
rival to the Dall Lifma to China 1
for conferences. The 21-year-old
Panchen arrived yesterday. at Lan Lanchow
chow Lanchow en route to Peiping.
The Chinese authorities in Lha Lhasa
sa Lhasa were appealing to all Tibetans
to ,pledge their aupport In the fight
against the Khampa tribesmen.

Union Rejects Steel Industry Plea For Frozen Wa

Steelworkers Prexy Deem's Request Pubijcity Stunt:

RAOtij- THE RIAULT
--
Raoul O. Theriault has been pro promoted
moted promoted to the position of assistant
director' in the Supply and Com Commtinity
mtinity Commtinity Service Bureau, it was an anilounced
ilounced anilounced yesterday by L: A. Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, bureau directors.
Theriault, who MS nearly 20
years of Canal service, has been
holding the position of assistant to
the director, and on several occa occaskins
skins occaskins during recent years he has
acted as bureau diretcor, With his
promotioA, he will ,' assume
tional duties and responsibilities in
adminisfrafive Work sof the bureau
which consists of ,the Supply' and
Community Services Divisions, two'
of the largest divisions In the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization, and the Procure Procurement
ment Procurement Division in New York.,
Theriault was born in Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts and joined the Canal organi organization
zation organization in 1940 as a commissary as assistant.
sistant. assistant. He held various positions
in the Commissary Division with
the office headquarters In -Mount
Hope until 1954' wheli he wits trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Community, Service
Bureau as administrative assistant.
, When that unit and the Simply
Bureau were consolidated four
years ago he retained the same
position in the new unit,

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New Fort Gulick Chapel To: Be Opened Tuesday,.
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A special ceremony 'on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday will mark 'the opening of the
Fort Gulick Chapel, Ind Anitial
worship services in the new build building
ing building are to be held Sunday 1
19.
The structure, whicif.,', combines
traditional and modern de8gins,
has seating for 300 and,, 4tom 4tompletely
pletely 4tompletely air conditioned. Construc-'
tion of the building tringt to an
end the use of barracks a'nd old
hospital buildings ,'for ':church
services on the post.'
Maj. Gen. Charles L.' Pahser,
commanding general, USARCA USARCARIB,
RIB, USARCARIB, will give a brief address it
the chapel opening, which is,
scheduled for. 9:30 a.m. The eha ehapel
pel ehapel is to be use by chaplains of
all faiths and guests at the open opening
ing opening will' include persons of each
religion.
Other expected to parficipate
the ceremony "are Col. Cecil
Himes, post commander of Fort
Gulick and commandant of the
U.S. Army Caribbean School, who
is to welcome distingidshed
cuests and members of the audi audience,
ence, audience, Chaplain' (Mai.) Carroll G.

ald by the head of a negotiatmg 'companies' profit's are published
committee representing ,12 major this month 'the public ivill no
steel rnmnaniP51 longer he dellided"

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steel companies. longer be deluded.11
The letter said: Int its', proposal, the comparix comparix"In
"In comparix"In order to combat Inflation, demanded elimination of a preris preristo
to preristo preserVe- for the sttetworkers ent contret provision for cost-of
the purchasing power of thetr living wage adjustments because
present high wages and benefits, "we are Convinced that they have
to enable the steel companies to been self-defeating.. The manage: i
compete more effectivly with ment letter Said such adjtistmentil
foreign steel and thus increase "fed oti inflation and induced in inoutput
output inoutput and employment and to Batton."
enable consumers everywhere to McDonald said, this showed the
receive a steady, uninterrupted industry's "unilateral proposal"
supply of steel which is necessary did not eveit maintain the status'
for th nation's economic growth, quo, but suggested elimination of
we hope that you will. see the contract, provisions.
benefits Inherent in our proposal The union president said 4 the
and will accept it promptly,' proposal was only a "publicity
Within an hour, McDonald is- 'stunt to confuse our members and'I
sued a statement rejecting the the public."
proposal "out of hand." "Once again it substantiates our
charge that the industry does 'not
"We 'want now, as always, to want to bargain in good faith with
proceed with normal collective the objective of reaching a peace peacebargaining,"
bargaining," peacebargaining," McDonald said. "We fill settlement"' he said.
want to conclude a fair, decent. "It proves again this industry is
non-inflationary contract." cold-bloodedly. planning a, strike
Negotiations between the union which would not only be a. strike
and the major. companies are against its production force winch
scheduled, to open in New York makes its fabulous profits 'poisi
May 18. The union's demands are ble but "would also be strike
undisclosed pending meetings of against the economy of the na-
the Executive Board and Wage Um"- , ,
Policy Committee to precede the, McDonald declared he' wanted
talks. Deadline for a strike is July tO negotiate a fair settlement
I. peacefully.
'rhe industry letter said the "We are not a strike-happy un unfirms
firms unfirms believed "that it would be ion," he said.
wholesome for the econoiny if the ,
scheduled negotiations could be A 44
anticipated and a settlement. be merman Pilot I ye
reached now which would sssure ,
the nation of continued steel pro production."
duction." production." taces (Oben to'd.:'
McDonald accused the industry
of employing "this stratagem be- ni I ;
cause, before the month is out, it For Murder o
will, be embarrassed by record ,111,
riches which it ..can lieither ex-.
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Plain nor tonceal." ,
The ?company proposal, dell-,
'vered personally to 'McDonald bi
1U.S. Steel' Corporation negotiater,
R. Conrad. Cooper,t said the mi.
tion's economy la on a thoderate
upswing, but that the process was
being 'artificially accelerated"'
by strilte4vedge buying steel Consumers.-
An immediate :settlement
of 'the ,steehcas, it said, would
lenable customers to buy normal,.
ly and avoid the,"artificial bulge
of synthetic demand and 'iubse'
fluent geriod of decline, and-ditto.
c tion. 14,'
: But McDonald branded the
trine:, proposal a .--Poublicity
stunt,',', said that,' when ,,the

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Am'ericai Pilot

Faces Cuban COL'ilit.'
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For Murder Plot
cum)
Alan Robert Nye, a Illkl-NavY
bomber pilot in the ,,- Korean
War,r,becomes the first Ameri American
can American t,o face a Cuban revolutioty
ary tribunal ttight,when he
goeX .Pn 'trial, for allegedy 'ac--
eepting money -,to kill Premier
Fidel Castro, 5- t tNye,
Nye, tNye, 0f Chicago lend, Coral
Clablei, Fla., faced a Maximuin
sentence of -30 .yeart 'imprison.
ment if convicted: Re Is charged
tvith "collaborating, 7; Incenrla IncenrlaTism'
Tism' IncenrlaTism' Ina gimperfect assassinav.
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Thirteen Witneises; Including
former ,Cilban President', Carlos
Prio,, were scheduled', to testify
at the in the,' ficers'
Club at the' Cabams Fortress
PriSon whe,re Nye has been con confined
fined confined since he was brought here
from 'Oriente proVince last reb.
ruary, 4
, Nye ints Stiodfastit.declareci
his innocence 1dthough reirolu reirolutionary
tionary reirolutionary officials, said they, have
tape recOrding- of a "confes-'
sion," Nyciras,,denied making
a dontesion.s :, --, ,
The prosecution accused Nye
of attempting- to shoot Castro
for $100.000. They' also Skid he
tOok part in thedestruction of
three' fighter planes belonging
to the rebel air ,force in Fort
Lauderdal0,, Fla., in Oetoirn,
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mit, Canal Co4 lia's.rilagned, his ta e, Dim U. .. ; : ... ,, . , .
it' -th the Canal oragari- Secretary: and:Alexel Merit'', cirt- -,LItte registration- tof,the rlo i
pos-itio,lvt. iy, f HI R wen I e'
zation to talte titer' tni; post of tural ',.Secreter.,,,i;o,, :., e MC ,,, , da Stateil1n versity spring sem s- ...;,
ellief auditor 4or tbek fOreign divi- EmbassY.'. ',... ,' '.. .. , ." v''' ter,1 tenw. II, r. has- been :, extended ;.,
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son, ,o,fthe ;'Ainerican ,,,,,,Rediator ,., ; : !'. ''. ;t:' ..throu,gh! April IS,' ';'. 4 ''. r.., -, -,.
1 '' - -Classes open are: 1.1.S.. history,
and .;,'Standard Sanitary Corpi3 it Airmails Little ---
WasYannOtmced yesterday' at el- . ee0110Mie history' of, the U.S.; tie- ',.
hoe 'Heights, , , s ; .siib '':',,,w,---", is' t 1 ,,,:,, 1,, '; mentery', statistics,,, principles of.,
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PoWelsoe's .tesignatioti will' be- .. ,01.11. ,', , , '' .'-';', guidance, ; mdustnal -.relations,' go- ,,.,;,,
' ' ',; , nere .mathe ethics calculus r I, : ..
colitt'Peffective, April r 111,, 'He will
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leave,,,,ibertly,':,afterwardi for Pa- , ::.,,z, 1,,i.,,,.,.,,x.r,, ,,,,,. ,,,,,,..ii 4 ..,.;.F.,...,,, ,.. sruchoondaimprenotagrisa'm,, of., an.,..d, pithylsecors.,y.,:,.-,., ote ,,r.
is. ,Avhere lur, Will' have Thia head-
71:;.o;:Heirl'Ailnient -' '' l'I '' i th
quiterii;:' Hie Wife Hlnd five I Chit, Funeral serylies' were lield Sti W.,..estern -,,,civilization. k '4.-7 ..; -: '-,' .-. ',',
dren will ieeie'thi Inthmus 'Pa the AlbrooltrAirIorce Base Ciik oeverat etautses may oe lista tor ,, 2.,
May.and -wilt ijoin,,him later in pel en ;Thurdey-,:for Made Ter-. uhdergraduate or-graduate ere, 1
peri,e .4.q t et:4 ..', :4, . ': rel, three-month-old ten of -, AAC , ... ,,. .,
' ' -f' '''''' i ""' ',.' ihd 'Mrs. f'. Douglas :,C.Terrel, who ',', 'Registration ... is ,fopen at the
Before..., Coking 11, the' Cane died
Zotte -iii.,N April ,A50,,, et deputy week, of eart .disea,se.: ,, ,, ,..' Building 21.4....,i, ..,.,.,:',.;,-,,, .,4 i .
at-' eorgas -liostpitat l' la s t Fort Clayton ,. ducatioit Center,
:comptroller, POiveltion'.(spent mne ,. The services ';',werc..2 emiducted .'.',);c:',.,,i.....::,. '.:!......, ,',",1,':: ... ,
years in Eutope; seven of them ))y Cbeplain :(1st :.Lt.)!' Robert ,..G. 4gentravasmetlasillk
',witkrtlie, itlnited ii)States foreign, Nelson and interment, was, at 'Abe r ',- 4 ; :
4ids iltograni,:411ctessively as de' Corozal Oemetery,,' Canal Zone:':;-,. '.,.... i ''. ;;;''!...,'. ','...:
'to Terrel is assigned to the 5700th .' ..'.' .
puty 'controller of-the. Mision .
rtanee and .Controller.of the Mit Support Squadron.- at Albrdok ,,-. :
'sions to: ; Sweden Austriaoi- alio APT and resides., at LoconaAith ', .,':1,,, ,. .... -',, ''',-'. .,,, i' ''.'
TurkeY. He also ,spent' two '1 TAAAY.i'.4...1t...' AA ''f '
Yeats his 'wife Jean ;and; daughter Nan.

Powelson' (spent nine
years in Europe,, seven of them
,With Itto3 :United oStaies foreign
Orogram,"suctessively as de
puty controller of. the Mission 'to
France and Controller of the Ws Ws'sions
'sions Ws'sions to Swedev, Austrise and
TurkeY He also tipent' two yeats
there') as Auditor and Director of
the Isles! Office of CARE, Inc.
Hc was born in'sliew York CitV
and is a graduate' "of Harvard
and- the f New (York University
Oraduate, Schoottot Business Ad
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public accoiffdant, and ; holds, a
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WASHINOTON::APril 110-arn)
-1-Quick.honse approval is expected
early next meek of legislation es establishing
tablishing establishing an 11,-member commia,TH
ion on unemployment problems.
The Senate waived its usual leg legislative
islative legislative procedure late yesterday to
shout unanimous approval to the 1
Measure, introduced, only' Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday by Senate Democratic leader
Lyndon B. Johnson, ,,
Senate cop leader Everett M.
Dirksen flit), one of the measure's
many to-sponhors,t said he bad no
objection to the quick Senate vote
in view 14 the bread support for the
010 i 7' e.
The, measure would' require the
commission to ,' make' an on-thesnot
study of Press of high unem.
nloyment and, report to the Pr41-.
dent 'With recommendationa
60 days., Johnson said his troltaal
would be a "prekide to' action" ra rather
ther rather than the creation of Inst an'
other "study group."
The 'proposed comthission'yould
have three members named by, the
Senate,- three, by the Houst and
five by the President. Of the Pres President's
ident's President's five, nOt more than two
could represent agriculture,, labor
or industrY, and not ?nate '' than
three could be from either political
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George Jailing:described todak the bilaeldng of a' Haitian
lines plane hy six anrted kevautionaries. wk. killed, the pilot and
flew to wdle Cube.
Sailing, a:native- of Hackensack, N..14' the 'only- Americany-a-7'
ineng 21 passengers on 'the regular flight from Cayes to Borb "L,
Brinee in Haiti,' said ,the Plane. came 3o' within,.75 feet- of ; )
plunging into the-Caribbean,Bea 41uring the 20 Minute light bfl
tween- the gunmen and the five Haitian Arniterewmen. .',
The plane landed safely at Santiago, Oriente Province:Minns,'
day'and the revohttionanes were jelled bY Cuban 'authorities, who::
were 'reporter stud3ring,. their request for politicaksisylum,; No
passengers -were 'burt!,. "4.
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Wat 0...$4e;VI Mister,' .up rand ;tried tolelP the trew,! It
joke,1 Sailing said' last-night:- 11 wet so Cohfused yeu cbtda;not,
Ittayed eest;',Ibut thera-were who was, fighting :whOW-,.
terrifying moments wh,vit'f thought ,0111'ben; just as ,suddenty'; welev-
we had ell had , tied .off and' 'started -Climbing. me
rsaid' the.reyol'utionaries' 'rebels held pistoli on ,the crew and
began their attempt to 'take -.1-,,ovet some 'of the passengert.',.- and we -'
the plane-Abut 15- minutes out of Were Ilying ,, :
Aux Ceyee, on-Heiti's 'south-coast: !" :1,!'llok whole nghttaited ottl 10
: "Alt"of .-a ;sudden leaning- broke trunutes; ,but I retire. 'thought they
out all -4wee, the 'Place. No, halets were nittlast; I just ducked down
hUi k0 d- En Ie 111. Oild:Sidtil,i; 00, I
were fired' .altitoglk.tho. aye Hai- end tried, to. sta3P;out 'of ithe ,way
"But the -guys syereOvrestling
tian Ann rcrewmerrwere nrmed.'
and, throwing eack utber'.,' against I
the pa ssengeri Ina '''oVei";vricailt
seats. Up front, two revolutionaries , ;.,
'burst into the- alleyway toward', the
cockpit and. began trying' to throui
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,They had- quite-, a fight but4,4, they
'won. i
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Aniericap, and Filipine bomb
1111Pcolhaninctrehe'llik.ill,Seef.,'did:vthede:a.".,:11:di'l,- Tsai units sped toda3r. to Bonoan
Amu.
, Meanwhile.' some passenger, got ..81Plue in northern Luzon

1, 4,0111011KIPAll PKAMIMI Ut we. octieve toe ambassador shook! skins during recent years he has cation." Tv., ,,,,,,,,,,,,..-, tionr",,,. IA ',,i ",,," .',... ; ,- ...' '4. ', ,', Dirksen LIM), one of theynelogre's ) 1 1111 1 '',,,,it ' C ) t -1---.1., ,,,
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' ,,., afa) awl see .fi?i himself that the American acted as bureau diretcor. With his : But McDonald branded the ,,,,, Thirteen ,Witneoles, ,- Including many 3,to-sPonlors,t Said be bad no ... r i ,,, kA t, ,I ti LI
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, ,, st, ga et exhibit trul represents what promotion, he will assume addi' firms". proposal a -,,inublicity former tuben President Carlos objection to the quick Senate -VOte I lk l , , 4,,,,A ...., ', ,,,
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, .:,,. .4 Americans can and are buying.i tional dutie"nd fesponaibilitles in stunO, lie said that' when ,Ahe Prio, were schedulecf, to testify in view of the bread supPort for the ; 44 , w ,,,,
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s:idicyjaelsteSttidijaieyt tnheawt sthaeg;niz watiinctilscironalvtes.W071;hieof sthupept;yulnaidi ,--"-', , ,' N ,., at : th, e l'trial," in the iPtficers plam; ,I7';',' t,, '1'44,4; , ,,', ; ', e.' ,,,
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, Club at the ,Cobitma t. Fortress The, measure 'would require th .,,, 4 ,,,, q ,, Ind tti OMR ,
.. o; lir Ma h11" tO 134 displayde in 'the Community services Divisions, twe' ', ) prison whe,re Nye has been COrt'' commission to make' an on-the- i''',' i, 'z',-,'''',!'''''.1 i l :
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cow in July was anyihiog but what nal organization, and the Procure- ''')" ., '' ". 014,-, from Oriente Province last relio- ployment and report to the Pr"1-- ' ,,. , ,-. -.,,
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.. the typical American could af- ment Division in New York., Mary, ,.,,. ,o, 4 ,a , ,t., ...A ,' dent 'With recommendationo Witldlt Nid 1r ' s iv ,
, ,2 :1,,' "tr'', it ,' ANNowygooNs ford. 4, Nye ,htis stiodfastly,.declared an daysjohnson said his ProPbsol '1 Lytt.7'-4 .1.,'!,
, ,. ,,, ., Theriault was born In Massachu- ',-, ,,t,'.',) Oa
41,) hia innocence Ithhough reirolu- would be a "prelade to'action" ra raOV
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' I 't ''''.1 SIIIRSY MiciAIN it said the exhibition house Is as setts and joined the Canal organi- 'ro,44.
tYpical of the "typical American" ration in 1940 as a commissary as- -.".; 4 ':. tionary officials; said they, have ther than the creation of Jost an' ..,,,1111 A '1'1 :, BB.,.,,,, .,
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,,,, a, ,,, NI nrInn as the TO Mahal is typical of sistant He held various positions t,N., y'. '" ' ., '-',..:3,,,,,". tape retrding- of a ,t0nieS"' other "study group.' ,-
' 't ,,, 't rtilll. RAW N BombaY textile workers or Buck- in the Commissary Division with fla.b 30) t, s , eon," Nye has -4.1ented makhlt The 'proposed tomthissimOvotild ..
' ,,V,, ";, o,,,m,0,01,60,k,thrat, I Ingham, Palace of British miners." the office headquarters In -Mount 4, ArqA 0 ,,,, a eontesion.s ,'", :, ,,,lit 4, t ', hove three members named bY, the 1 11. II rul 111 PI ,..1. ,,, ,,,
, jons,,,t1 DRav, 1, iaoi,:icEtti alcoi.itutzloonsruttagmvailintoz0117.2,,; ,y
i ) ki,,,,,dbi D,110,,o '' Sadbio,, president of All-Stite Hope until 1954' whep he Was trans- -: .,,,Y0.7 4,,,' ,,,. The prosecution accused Nye Senate,- three, by the Jloust and ,..
)' ;- 4 Properties, Inc:, of FlOrai Park, ferred to the Community, Seritee 6'. ,4,,,,i' A, ,,- ,,' of attempting, to shoot Castre five ,by the President; Of the Pres- ,4: ', ...01 43,,
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. N.Y., said "We knew all Along that Bureau as administrative insistent. rfi1, ,oP'''',' ,f'4,"('' ' ,'"I'bi for $100.090. They' also laid he ident's five, ninariort than l' two ,,,,,,,, a' ) sAgilymccE ,,,' ,,-,,.,, ilm;3,41vit arjarlls.1,', '.. -
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ketswill ProboY tbok put in the destruction of could represent agriculture,, labor L.. .... .,,,,..,..aoimesomumis
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,,' t 6,, li sge American worker could afford years ago he retained the same moom 1411 to the tehel air force in Fort three could be from either political Il.,,,,,,gertooroki,0
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''' --'''''---'''--''' '''''''''''''''' :-'-' emonstrations! ag'ainst Mle' ',.goti fr -.:7,.. ,.: : : : : ".., ., ,,; ,-,.
- m-E. mw vi mix vie mingogr ,, ..-,, mu Nur yawn to a vino OS jf OW Ito 1,11.0 Mlle. ,,,:. lk: II. 11. WO lb: II,: ibi 0.2.! gm ii 1 .,!..71011,:, t !I. 1111b; R.:,..:;.;;0....i.,..:,:.iml,..,s. 0 :::...w.,,,.....i........ :...: fi t .. : ,,:, :
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PITTSBURGH UPI 'r h e ald by the head of a negotiatnig companies' profit's are' published .
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ill Chicago For Parley
steel industry yeste(rday)urgedthat committee representing 42 major this month "the public will .no .- sTEpBEN popyirELSON ,. lous. 'RuSsinatiaE, yIntimilsoasYak-Covelati''.1i''' -:,':',' ' '' A '' .,..- .. ;,' '4-,
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i, Illigh s 91 ., wages be frozen at present levels steel companies.. . :- longer be deluded..
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WASHINGTON, April 1,1 RIpli for a year, ,but United Steelwork: ,,The letter said, Itt its' proposali the eomPan31 -"''StePhenl.; Van, 1:::1'slest ,,'Powelson, tural 'Secretary; 4' Vissili '-"Yogoro- .... .7 , : ',.. ,-,
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Through:Anni 15:'
-,.,, ,',..,; ,r, - The Bepuhli e. a n National ers 'President David J.: McDonald, In order to combat' Inflation, demanded elimination of a iltelf;- ,de,putyt ,,,com troller:of- the pana. web ., IvashoW'' Cenrinercial T At At;1...
;1... At;1... Tilltilla"li 10-11) N.20 NE20 Committee todeY elePted Sen. Promptly rejected the proposal. to preserve- for the st6eiworkers ent eontrcte parovalas t
dj trnmnenrs beeTat en, m it"s 1? thhascaraealdgarnead his' tache; Dimitridk Diakonov, Pi .... Y,: s' 1 ', "....'':'-' -, .i i'r,s .:.
1 gari- Secretary: and:Alexel Marit,','Cirl-. "-,''-'4,w-e regiStration-lofAhe rlort, .; .".:,
i -: '-',. 111- 0 .06 Thurston B; morton Of Ken- He calletd it a "PuhaliicitY1 sct,iiivnet the purehaginIfia peraenrd otrienetiflietisr 1,i,vwiengarwe g
., -, RAIN, Ouches) tempt to av d co e ., poreaseant hig aConvineed that they' have; isrotnigantit:Oalvi'ilahP6: ,'''oltre''r::the'' post 'of turat'Secretarik;:of the H011itin, la! da StateUniversity spring seme's :-;,i.:,,
tricky as its chairman and voted fnia el!' .an
,'. ATER TEMP: to hold the 1960 GOP conven- nargaini g. t able, the gel companies to3 been selfdefeatifig. The Manage,: chief. audilot ,for tbek foreign divi. EmbassY,'. ''','',.. 1. ,, ,.. : '-'41V.',' ter,li term II, has-been :r.r. extended ,,;,,,',.
4iipier harbors) 76 62 tion in Chicago the week of compete more effectivly w i t h ment letter eaid strch adjiistmerits' sintit ,o,(;the ';,,'Ainerictin,,,,Radiator -. ,.. ,.,, ,. '. Y .thr
ig rim moWS Little ---- t-cragashit. filetli'llreoi'''rhti'hsig'itg !''':
, , .., July 25. The industry proposal to eitend foreign steel and thus increase "fed on,' inflation and induced'in- and,Standard Sanitary .Corp. it A
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' ;''''''iiikKE ELEVATIONS: major provisions of the present output and employment and to flation." ,, ,,' was.'announeed lesterday' at al- , ,,,,...,,,, ,,,, ,, : ,. :,, COnOM 0' ts orY e ., a
Morton, President Eisenhow- threeyear-contract, which expires enable consumer everywhere to McDonald said' this showed, the boil 'Heights, , tary' atatistics '. rind les of',
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,. .'7,.,,, ,, er's nominee to succeed retir- june 30, for another year was receive a steady, uninterrupted industry's !',unilateral proposal" on' SiiCeiriiiiiii'''.'' S'i': guMelidian es,',,inclustriil -PrelatisPrins,' ge- ,',
:.; '....,Gatlin Lake 65 ing chairman Meade Alcorn, made in a letter-handed Mcbon: supply of steel which is necessary did not even maintain tile etatust P,OWelson's tsignation will' be: ,-,:' : ,, ,,, ,,,
';:.. ,.,,Madden Dant; 226.18 was elected without, contest. con,le,,:effective, April 101,'"1-1e, will 7. u ,, A. f,,A ,i, ',:'' ,,,' ,, noel ".cmatheinathies,, calculus I, .:' ii
for th nation's economic growth. quo,. but suggested elimination o leaye,,,ehortly.;,,,afterwarda for Pa 1 0 ''llea,r1-,,ti; 0 en. r .:,,',:, fundainentals '-', of PhYsics -4ha i
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i-. 4.7,0t --n- His -formal- :selection came we hope t.hat you will see the contract, ProvisiOns ---- ' is. ,where be,, Will- have ,Iiiii head- ',,' :'' ,,'Z' .:1,'; "" ''.': ,',,' '-'', ii .i ,- .;., school ,' PrIgn!in and It.istory ,., of
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after the eommittee adopted a Raoul Theriault benefits Inherent in otir proposal The union : ptesident said s the
i':'' 111,:,' :',.- BALBOA TIDES recommendation by its. site and will accept it promptly. propesal was only a "publicity dren' will leave-the Isthmus in the AlbrookAirIoree'Rase Ciut;
ouitera.: Ili, ', Wife, '-.4nd'five 1 ehil., Funeral serviees', were held at Western -,mvilization. 1 : , ,-, ,,,.!,,
Several -..cOurses m...syab.euilliseederfoar, ,..: I)
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Within an hour, McDonald is 'stunt t6 confuse ohr members And may.;
'' . SUNDAY, APRIL It party convention in the huge 'and :willijoin.,,,hlm later in NI en ;Thursda-,:foi -rlyade, Ter.. linafirg,rfinllat.e. -,,,Or,... ,...g,r: ,a ,, ,,t. .,. 2 1 ,.
, !...i....! .., : I4 Isr: -, RION livestock amphitheater in the Becoms Assistant sued a statement rejecting the the 'public :.--. , ,,,.,,
proposal "out of hand." pans' l-.:71,,,,, .4- '-i1,4'' rel, three-month-old son of AAC oils,' ,-7 -; -,i .:, i ,, ,,..
"0 again it 'substantiatei::niir . 1-'. .' ''; '''' 1'. ' ' end 'Mrs. t' Douglas :,::Perrel : who ',. 'Registration ,..is :, opeh a me ,,
, '16110iti Ht. windy city. , ) charge that the industry -does 'not' Before., colniog ld, the' Canal
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'it Bureau Director "We Watit now, '',as always, to want to bargain in good faith with' Zofie 'in.,; April ,1956.,,,, et ',deputy
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died 'at-' ernes .-Ilostpitat. ',,la s t Fort ..Claytory.Education Center, ; ,,.
: ,, Utt34, P.m proceed with normal collective the objective of reaching a peaee aomptroller; ,PnWelisore-Apent
14.4 II- which flew to Augusta, Ga, Yew- .... -,'.....,....,,....,,....- bargaining," McDonald said. "We ful settlement,"' he, said.' : -, ,years. ul.Eur(?i)e,,,,, seveu of them 1)y Chiplaill ,:(ISt IA; ',' Robert.,G. --- ,:, ,, .g:
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Bt. terdaY to confer with the Pres- ,it,W,T34,Nkl:!W,:!rii::','',,,i,',,,i.,,,?:..i! want to conclude a.. fair, decent. "It ,proves again this ',industry. is With,,i,,,,,the'',1..ntted, iy,Staaivteati faoareidgen.,
ident, nominated Morton for ,..4'.,...,..100,, :,.,.,..,,,;,,,$, ,,,'::-m-' '''''-'::::7-m, non-inflationary contract," ', cold-bloodedly: planning a,- strike 'aid prograni,,-,fuebes
oz ft the committee' chairmanship. 1;:- 4,q,a,,,,:,,- .,,,,,,0., ...., ,. e
'''.:''''''''''K- ':'''',...:,':,& -:'''''''''A:',,,','1-, N gotiations between the union which would not only be a. strike puty controller, of; the,. Mission .to Nelson and Interment, wag, at, the ..:
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' -;, 41,210.,P-m- 1.5 ft. Bliss reported that. Eisenhower !''''-, ':':,''':!7..,,?' abigain,:::,i. :t. '.: ,.,,:',.).. and the major' companies are against its' production force,,winch Prance and -Controller. of the Misti suTpeparrret1 iss4ausasyrnanedi taot t,11 0415b7r00thok ..,..::.... ,,,.,
, -.. "Indicated that he would be 1,1.i:; ININ.,M; ,L- :i;,-,,- .i: ,i: H scheduled, to open 'in New York makes its fabulous profits 'poesi sions :- to: ',' Sweden'-' Atistria!,-, an
' 4'414 Jel, . highly pleased" if Morton were r,...,1 ;:iliONVii0;: 1:?::.:;::::,' May 18. The union's demands are ble' but would also be strike. Turkey., He also Jipent. two yeses APT find residet- at LocenaAlth -:... ,, , ., .. ,..,,,,"; ,"), ., ., .., :,
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' nding meetings of against the economy of the na-: there 1 as Auditor ',,and Director of ey,,, ,-,., ', ', :i ,,":'-',,', 7 .! :,. -.,-,......,:', .,t, iJ ., ... : ,- ,,,,, ,, ,, 1 -., :
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: 4 :,, onded by a numbe of national ..;'::.',04::::':4::,:i: AkiLii::' ,M?..:,:'::::' 1. ; -', ; ,., ) peacefully.. ., 4 ,.1, .,.. and- the IN Y:, oil ' VniveMi7 ',.:,74,P:; , 1".1"".".11 -, 4- H.::f.'
: :i:' ; :.,,,L.Sv : 't tomrni conunitte members. When Al- i,',:ii,,iiiii'Z',.::.' '',41:!,!!'r'!?,t,lt:&::::', The indastry letter said the "We are not a strilte-happy.tin Giraduate Scipol tnt,,Iiiisineu ,,A
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: ',..: IA0;1:40,4:50, 6:55, 9:00 senOuied. negotlaatiognest cofnd .. Pee a
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, mi,m,,e., :,,,,,:,:i,p,..is,latgirnlil:::' ', l'Oney Voinipmee io preueuo LUC .oteuonato oeciarea ne- Wanten ,', no: vi;ss: Dorn in -plow x orK .;ITy I ,41310216,,i,- 4,45' rs 3. lov,-,5,,03:, .1..og ,:10.116 ,, 'f.,
' '; ::-' lit,e414litti V4111110)1 r. --.ifo-r-t-on''sd-n-om' in on. was sec- ki,,,,ti ),:14k. 'i':!'"iQii' :.,:kl,'Sii:::: -i talks. Deadhee for :a strike la July to negotiate a fair settlement. end :is,. a", orAileen' ,,"of Harvard! ,, ,,,,, :,. :: ,, '4, 0 7 , !,,, t ': :',.::,-'',,
: 4 .:.: i, I Onded by a numbe of national 'a:.;'::',,iiWg"i:,,,:A;"..,,,,,im, ,AW 0:,::.::::, 1 , ; ; 4' peacefully. ., !,,,,i, .,,,,',-,' : 'and- the I-New '4''ork University '?'''' ''.: : : i'''''''''''''''''''''- '' .,'':::'
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committee members. When Al- 1,M,iii0:;i,',.;:' ''',a.i--,- ': --: ne industry letter sald' the "We are not a strike-happy:MIL: Ciraduate Scheid' of: Business ',Ad- ..
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:..: '',:' 4CiDAY1 I .75 40 eort then asked If ere were feimie:,.''. ''',,,::p,..',:.iitri4Rm,!:: firms believed "that it would be ion," ,h, e, said i.... ,., 1,:r,..',,,-.1-Lii.,,-: .pminulibnalitiseetrrationgleils:;:ra Certified ':. .: TH13 13, DIE LCZOCWit ':,'';:','I' : !'-.,'''::
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was, elected by voice wite. K.:'..:44ili,:!':,, :'''!,:'.;!.,:;.....;'::;'':', t ::'''''''. anticipated and a settlenient be American Plioll ve- ministration. ''..':-,': f''',' !.'' :'''. ':'',-:,: ,t,r ., ,. liki ,,, 4., :1:' 4
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the nation of continued steel pro- r 1r : .
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. ., The ,company proposal,', dell,: Alan Robert N,ye, a U1S..,NavY :lealtae!. Ltro,,,: ,: ;:: ,, , t .4. pm ,,,,, .0": c 4,::,;;,., :,,,!,!,. 7:. t?' 'or :::ii ''' ''''.
:. : '' i 0,' vered personally to 'McDonald. bit: 'bomber l',pilot.:, in the'l Korean .!.,.....:.,:. ,..' -:,!..': ''', ;:i,'!1,7.'''': ,'S .,; :, 3 CCO'C3 ,: ( r;!'',.:7? ,k14:1".. ,:W'':.'' ''''
'' '''f 4: '''.: NEW YORK, April 11 (UPI) RAOUl.. THERIAULT U.S. Steel' Corporation negotiater, War;,-,becomet Us first.,Ameri, ,.;:,.WASHINOTON,,:APrit 1,1'-tvrI0 1 I ." : I. i :tf:,,,,. ", : ''' .4 p..,.,:.::, v,1 ; p ,.,:,,
. : i' di : R ,.,." New York builder Herbert Sadkin
,,, ,','ii -..,..i0,4s,:::''' today challenged Soviet ambassa- Raoul O. Tir has been pro Conrad. Cooper,t said the na- Call-to face a Ctsban revolution;- 4;-.Quick!botise approval is expected : tatrid,' ,-,.: :,.,,,,,,, :14,- .,,,, .,.. is,..0. -i !,,''ig,' :',','i
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tiRon's economy is 00 a:Moderate Ary':, qibunal .totight-r.wheri: he early next ,week of legislation::: es: .. ::: ',', i ''': :::J:-:::' ,,,':::,4111 -, .z,::;,,, i',.. I .: ,f,.? ::.,::,:,A,,, .,.. ,..,, :i.
u swin .bu that the recess as goei ','.PnArial, tor, allegedY''ac-- tabliShing' SO 417Mimloet, e mmisi ,t6plesi ,..-.: ',.:5'..i.,.. I'''''' '1;;, '',':' 4 s .'.';,..: '::'.,;' :, '4; .s.;":$
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American home to be exhibited nouneed yesterday by 'I,: A. Per- by strike-hedge buYing ,steel toti- Mel Castro,',.- 4,..., ''' .;. !:.1-:, '''',.',1'' ';The Senate waived its usual leg- ; ...:"2.."',. ..:' : : ; 1 liiG:M :."4.,.:,', .r ,: t, ,,
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,,. there was more like Buckingham guson, bureau director. of 'the steel -;,case, it said, would Oablel.,, Iria.,,', faced a maximum shout.';, unanimous approval te: the eN ,,,,,,,,
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Therlault, who hall nearlY 20 enable' customers to buy ::nOrmal. sentence 'of 10 'years, 'imprison. measurc, introduced onlY'Wednes- ,'16,4 ,',;;,,,: :;J
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this home at our development at holding the position of assistant tO of synthetic demand and si'lliUbse- tvitb,, '', f!conaborating, -, incenva- tyndoo ti.' Johnspil '.'. ,'''':,1'..', ',' :..: "4 f
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