This item is only available as the following downloads:
14 b :
,".-: DAILY tiEviSPAPER
et vorstili Pert
lae 162 walst I
- TETI CITY OF TIL7.
, Nh..f -
; CANAD IAN XVII S
7 n a
- 1952 and
stnY t state
4'llnder; today's conditions;
et,.- race 'for' t
r,,,, .,--.:,':',;., , ,,.,, y
'Thit hearing- room ,got blue lath
smoke,,,,, And ,people -kept looking
at the'same set of tonditions and 1
arrivinust opposite ,conclusions,
,, lenoranse No Trouble But sf.
causes's& much trouble,,-witness
.Ed Wimmer, quoted an imidenti.
fied sage as having once said.
"It's, just their knowing so dare
much, that ain't so.". ,,, ;.n ,'..'
Wimmer Is'vice president of the
Natimial Federation of independ independent
ent independent Business, Inc., of Cincinnati.
He said he thought he represent.
ed, about 120,000, small business'.
men around the country ,but he
couldn't, state for a fact just lulis
, : cocoNur, JVNES On C
1 i ... 't ''
thrpeopte Ixtzess-thi trutkanzt th coutorris se
shacklilraderis truck-was Presser
into service es a' sort 4-of prison
truck and we set oil it a furious 50
mph' ivith the-guard !crouching
the hick -with tomraygun levelled
frontWardi as though 'at,any itme
expecting an' 'artillery' ambusr ir of
, .4 4. 31.
r' ; the oraii ;jai ;jaiplement
plement ;jaiplement was-strengthened,tVvseveral
r passengers 'who Allinbert
bOa rct astke,ird
type 4',A" RH negatige blood, ire
being sought by the 'relative" of
Mrs. Marts Luisa tHernandes,le,
patient '.,ot 'San Tomas. Itos Itospital
pital Itospital who TAWS' bet' submitted to
s sntk complicated:,
Her husband,' Hernan-'
des,- 11., free-lance photogretpher,
satd neither the Illanto Tomas
or Gorge. Hospital, blood banks
are ablc tO aupply the ,4ype
needed; arid,' does not liar
,the 1110110y ,to 'pity i:tor that a amount
mount amount of Moo& kL,
"ompjick d Bic
told' thi iommittett "you Alan insa
2,000 in 24 Mors." s'
,That gar ,,Wimmer -ported
Opening tiV sa 'why, ha hers.
Namel;, that ,,cutthroat compet,
tion from, discount houses and
chain stores' was killing' small
business, and' 'he ;wanted a law
passed to let manufacturers set
Iminimunt 'vices at which their
goods can be sold.
Chairman Oren Harris (D-Arle.)
,sipparently Abought Wimmer was
4Ight. He 'already lad Introduced
,Wimmer wants Congress to
pass. He also had sent a vcopy
'downtown for ,,, Federal ,.,,Irade
- rANAMA,:t. P.,' MONDAY,. APRIL II, 1959
NATIONAL OVA MAN 'Mani-to Ineehinegun set 'up on the Torch' of theiut whichfris
Incas svtorwerd'Oornmalldpost' tit the puzsult of the tebele in the Veraguas monntains.
' Varlee '31.2,1'1;derer0e0 24;:i Year
POBtli; Can; WaS in. a eight.
hurry las he traveled :outbound
way,, 'Enough' in'a-turry: 'to 'that
boa 'llailgtate'r-coUr toond
-Mint $04:.-tnet v:4011$0,1jor
.a,ebArga recitleia: driving;
He, wait Ann-it-guilty ordliviTig
ble .eab,Tecklessly tivoll Ave,
auds.aseetised it: $1,0 rine:
','.1ternuSgenes 40, 'f,;Pitna,
manian, wee lined; $10 foe sdrivt
hig.00n', Diablo .,Road,,Ivithout
Canal, Zone., operator,a- licenmy
, ,, ,ty s:. ,
Gatuh' Lake. 3
launch sanicAs Catun ,'take,
Saturday off Barra Chlorado
lest than two hourtafterit,bacam0
.4141 la persons aboardelocludinr,
two stew snembers,:,.,werstescued
trots there. by sCanal .k Dredging
Division launch alispatobett 'tom,
the gasoline engine&
owned by' -.Clifford Steven'', was
travelint from Laguna' to Gamboa
wheit it developed engine 'trouble
near,buor marker 74 in', Gatun
Like; As the launch, drifted help helpWW1
WW1 helpWW1 it the-channel It Was passed
by two transiting ahips ot U.S. Na Navy
vy Navy Task Force 88.
Caught, in' the wake ,,ot the lart,'
vessels', 'Wei launch- Santa, Rosa
began wallowing 4 a e':the
swept it toward the, shore. About 75
feet from,zhore,', waves.' generated
by the ships, threw, the Sante Rosa
onto large, -morked,,atump, stovm
tog a hole through the hull.: e
' A, Canal 'pilot aboard one of -thel
NaVy vessels realized Iht 'launch
was in trouble 'and radioed. a, eaU
to the dispatching office for aid,
' tt was some time before a crew
could be 'rounded vp and ,the
dredging i laundi US Trout sent to
'the 'rescue'. Meanwhile; the Santa
Rosa was taking on water rapidly
and in danger of sinking.
Tbe 'Trout arrived shortty before
noon to find 29 passengers and two
babiet already transferred to shOre
end the :Santa Rosa ,eiready sub submerged.
merged. submerged. ,,, ,,,,
Federiat-,- Sanchez', 24 year old
, Panamanian of Uguna., was oper
1Y glut in the ,record.'3After talc.
ing a private look at the
letter to Harris not surprised.
From what 'this gene)! You
wouldn't have4hought It was talk!
ing about the ,same r'
-"The fixing of ,retail-, prices,'
said FTC. Chairman
Gwytine,'Pis inconsistent with the
American system of free competi competitive
tive competitive enterprisi, and Is contrary to
tbs.'', public licy expressed bY
Congress in, s snti-trust laws Of,
1890.'s ' "'
Wimmer said FTC was ; preju prejudiced.
diced. prejudiced. He alms thought Rep.,. John
D, Dingell (D-Mich,) had 'a pain painfully
fully painfully wrong slant the
ittt more, ;
-..1 ,r t,,.- ',,' t
: "In 'tenneetion with an an anFnouncement
Fnouncement anFnouncement of qualifying tests
' foic clerks, elerk-typists and
7 typist,:stenogrephers, tho Ca-
' lial Zent Ventral Einployment
r' file& ':reeently, had ioccasion
to isequisitiow, 011ie printed
forms trom.,,the appropriate
braneli, of the supply division.
- tOne of the, forms waSit-ong,
folding, card 'intended, as, te, pre-,
liminarY 'aPP4catiori,fOr Versous
interested ',:ln )(taking the '';', test,
When $ully pfsened antAde eon.
tained 1, Auestions t'and anste,er
blanks' and the opposite eide An,i,
structions (tor ,anssrering, the
questions. : ' ,?, A '
.., But alas,. when 'returned frlo
the printer one ,batch,,of loans
7had the' giaine-questioris and
answers, on bothondes, and an anthen
then anthen ', batCh lied the instruc instructions
tions instructions on both) sidee. ,,
the,- NAM eel&
!gang thiSanta Rosa, aided by In.
ACIMCIO GOMM, Both have valid
launch operator's licenses.,
). Canal Zone ,marine authorities
are investigating the incident,
itussi ,.Nat' Likely,
To Catch Up- '$obn'
' NEW YO K -CUM) Soviet
Premier Nikita S; KbritstcheY's
boast to the West that -4'uo)
bury you'', economical') has little
kchance of -comieg true, .,the Na,
tional Assn, of Itanufacturers said
But the NAM warned Lagaintit
''saicl In a study entitleit 4ta
ilance at .the Russiati economy,
liiat '!although the, Russians have
made appreaciable,' an,d, Anme
tuttances, ; amazhig productive
gains, they-are.' not at this tinle
au economie threat to. the' United
States.'' 4 ,
;!'illit warned' That, PContinued
rapid growth" and progress of the
American economy cannot simply
be ,taken for granted since it, will
beAependent Oil the wisdom; and
courage of economic policiet
purse." ' J
'!There is no teason for us to
belatisfied with a rate 'of growth
that falls te ..an3r degree short,' of
whet we are capable of attainingt!:
ther NAM sal& '". ,,,
- 7,7' 7 k.R". 1
, p ;0,
under .prices,;,!.Dingell told Whit.
titer; Vim everybody has, to pay
more, with no opportunity for get..
Ong competitive price. .1
"'We're ', saying floor", der
cutthroat competition t 44, not.; lk
floor under pricetil.was the way
Wimmer put It. 4 s' 4
Wimer insisted' sellers Would
Otto. buyers a' better break in the
lonr run with fair) trade5 than,
without it,,,Dingell's answer was
interrtipted the chairman's
gavel as he prepared'to call the
next. witness.' r,'
' "I think what ',Dingell. said Wail
that this sounded to him, like' the
pleas of the tvolfjooking ouC,for
the ,Weltere ot the sheep.4,,,,,,
I 4 t
n Berlin Crisis
Ike To Brfit 300
Naturally, there' was' active
speculation '4- over whether the
double -questionnairclivis intend-,
ed' for resOurcetul Versons,. 'ap 'applying
plying 'applying ',for ttijo lobit,,,qtnd over
whether the' double -blanks were
for-people not really :,interested
to hegir with'
'''', .an iitconfirrned
pluM ber -Who la -,,,tbot
prosess of ream's rtment
, bumped a loyal, hearted .print-
Int. employe, ,,,
WASPIINGTOIsr,, April 13 (UPI)
President Eisennower speaks to today
day today 'to 300 of nation's leading
businessmen' here for briefings by
top officials on ilia perlin crisis
prid other dometitic and foreign
Eisenhower, o- terrupt ng
his Georgia vadation for several
vents here, addresses. the 13th
annual Advertising' Cotticti Colt.
gerence this afternoon.- Vice Pres President
ident President Richard M. ,Nixqn will
make an off-the-record- speech to tomorrow.,
The &sett-door -briefings Will
be directed by Gordon Gray,
chairman, of the P,resident's ,bta
done), Security 'Council. Whty will
cover Berlin, V.S. space progress
and military strength, the na nation's
tion's nation's ,economic .health and le leinerican
inerican leinerican -overseas, propaganda se.
'The' executiveff- will le 'filled in.
during the two-day meeting bY
Acting Secretary of State Chris Christian'
tian' Christian' A. Herter, Defense Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Neil H. McElroy, Allen W.
Dulles. director of the : Central
Instelligence Agency, Dr.'; James
R. Killian, 4 the t President's sci science
ence science adviser and, tilers.,
4. 44- !, 14-: ,r',,t,-444 Iva ENTS
B I a" ,
, , : ,,, H ,,
DOc tort&mitilo Castillo 'and,
Justino, Acevedo, and. interaes
Prodornino-, Juarez and 'Pablo
EMilin Quintero. Intend, Setting
tIP' Red CrosS. stations Avitere the
wounded. 'tit, both groups, wilt be
txcated ;,1 :
l'eThatcleatil toll torlhe
okl levolVItande 'rent.
al ,7 ity ,, 'k,
governalent today promised
.s. Veraguas4civiC COMMOSiOn It
would order It truce and' give every
tacility for,the,commission talk 11
kwith the,trebeleif they,Asfcould con-'1
tact thenue ,would
1 apparentl$ noantitled to promise,
the, rebels thtliel lives would be
spared' provided they submitted to
the northil judicial authority.
Meanwnile :nothinit, more has
been, seen alt,the masked band
WhAn raidcd &fpolice post at
Boqueteellonday night.. The Na NaVona'
Vona' NaVona' Guarar says it, -has not
sent any' patrols int the hills
in search of tittle me a:
In the t.etaguas arc of
operations, t,tiational Guard
tactics appear to le to guard
the various' e'trails In, the re region
gion region and for, cthe cold
and hungry, rebeht .,to reveal
themselves,. e ,, ,
Only occasionally is si, patrol
sent out 1W active, pursuit of
the fugitives, so far as can be
gathered ,from: reports ever the
weekend. '' -f ,
So far, nine' rebels, have been
captured, and, remaining
strengai of thetTeraguas band
Is estimated Atia between 12 and
Prisoners., ,titken- over the
weekend 'ascribed 'their failure
principally' to -hunger, told, and
failure. of wealthy- supporters to
come ,,.through .withpsufficient
backing for 1' the', .Reaolutionary
Alliance Move m e t (MARI
cause. ,1P' ;;,,
Cesar Manfred, IS, who
It ,was not the' efforts of the
National ,Guard, but. othe long
muntal n4 marcholf, HI in.
tense cold ,'' and, ,-the ;nervous
excitement'', ,,whieh. were sap sapping
ping sapping the :fliorale ,of his. com companion!,
panion!, companion!, .,,,:,4..
,:10,k,s,"4" z'' r, .r ,q.
116 revolutionary group still.in the Vraguas rn' oin;
tains mai' be moving down the Rivet Cuay with the in.
terilion, of making their way east towards the? easier plains
coUntri of 'Calobre, according to' information reaching
Santa' fe today. ,,-,'
A' hill farmer reported 'to the National Guard field
headgtuarters that he hod seen about-12 men moving in
'A Strong National Guard patrol 'was, immediately
diipatched.to try to cut 6ff the gioup. For: the rebels', to,
reach Calob4 from the, aren they are believed to be in
at ptisent:they havi, to cross the, toad liading from
San Frincico de Verciguas to Santa Fe.
Memo'sbile, first, fruits of the efforts of a civilion
group sieking to end the bloodshed took, the form of two
light planes which took off from PaitillO ciirpot this after,
noon 'with two doctors and hvo internes to set up 'aid posts',
in the 11,7attle area, , a
Ignacio, Benitez, 32,;of
Betania, Panama City, bore-,
ported to have declared that the
wealthy ,panamaniant Whof provided-Abe
rebels wl,th arm and'
other sup'plies were lightwads
who-ton't want Wintestienough
in, the revolutiontirt inoyernent."
Benito ittid the,rebels'
I theyf totild ','' pick up, newscaitr
from ,a Panama 'Citsi radio stay
tion which helped- them, figura
out what the National Guard,
pursuers were going to do next. ;
The rebels could then plan
their own moves accordingly,N -
However, it was only -on the
highest parts of the' sierra that
Ahey could pick up the Panama
I broadcasts. ;-
,Captives Rosenberg Valern
Hind Ali Bonilla, also namits.,.'..,
I hunger as the rebels' worst
On his return to Santa re'sit, 4"
urday afternoon, Veraguas Di.
trict Attorney ,Carlos Tovar said
he found the bedios of the last
two rebels .relsortodly Itillod in
Om socond clash with the Ma.
tional Guard in a state of dicer.
One of the bodies, that of a boy
between 15 and 18 years of age,
was shirtless, his right leg eaten
off by animals. Nearby were a pair
of bOots and a baseball cap whIch
had been perforated with bullet
Win MB e,
The trousers on the bodies:of
both had been turned inside out and
no weapons or empty shells were
found near the he,lies which wtre
about 10 eet apart.
Shells of the type used by the
National Guard were found some
Here in Panama Citv, a num,
bet of politicians and student
leaders were arrested ever lb,
Those arrested include Miguel
A. Ordofiet Armando Aguilar,
colas d'Anello and Vicente Time-
seg. The latter was released after
several hours. ,
Arrest orders are ronnrtediv out :
bigt for Carlos Caudillo. Alfredo
Arango. Pablo Camnos Lisbrador,..'
Federido tam and Enrique Cuellar.
Tms MOUNTAIN FARM Is' vitiere the 'rbtla'took shelter La the early stages of their retro
to the Veraguaa mttraalne , f
,, Via 1
, joux, atIust
-' to, be
re .', pilas
e,. out': sit
a:do be; ;
a fer a
-Lwith -,,, sh.-
.- .1,- -7, --,7,
..1111110 TM Alf
a ,!--orwf:: the
-, :th at '-a
la ; finger
, ; r- r
pond a afar
far afar sibdo sibdolent
lent sibdolent Ti Tied'
ed' Tied' about
it -he told
ea resigm resigmepartment
epartment resigmepartment his most
th ,,,Eisen ,,,Eisencturedf
cturedf ,,,Eisencturedf ag
7;1 walked, IMO the tiny films and
rfai,ked, for a drink' of watat bisiK;-
Ywas mat 'with. starai and stony,
,-,:sitonsa,tiy-,tha torgosat !; and ,lit
.I.caupla:,of guardsmork,who sto0,
!wp uneasily as lAva.wilkod -10.;i: A 1
''';COfiversatioilitlly,3, I.,- mentioned i
thatWeIlact: Jost:mated out-of Alla
Inpuntaint?,1,atter: trussing ,' LTOM
1 gand,inga,k4 ..i:::; -';,.:; r ,',,1- ,,
kits -, V..t. It ."1 ' "'.. 't ':
' i.k,.., 'kdtql0 IiiPt": 1- told-theat.,14Piessaid
Alp, -Thera lit the,' hills 10601111.7
at this' tale ,otitearr.'. :q.'''''.;?f'
,.,,, Silence trettect laY observatkine.
-.; .?!ID14,:)wel,t,,l' ::k. tontintied,' -4'we'd
1:4tter bett,,an at Way:',., Hopti-this,
revelutrott', isn't "...3 Stint 701,E. ::;:300
muck tr041310:' :.,' ,"':: :' ,;.-.1; '':'
, 1 -
And, t ;licked .up-Any :path- and
inade'for-the door. ,,-
galVardzed mint action.
They ,alk. itarte'L talking at ence
and Abe 'door' was fbarred the
man-urttitthe tomntr gtm,
thnahtetnf She statihn
- appeared. from the baciereemi..!
,, have noticed that NationarGuard
',chiefs, always. without I
their. shirt' and- serrying. a teetisW, 1
brushend a towel, I
ie.,' tut ie pet bis
shirt in before, he started asidng
. He, took Fstur passports. and rest.- 4
deuce-Visite, inspeCted (Mr luggage. I
fingered, the,. tdge 'on' my Machete
end seemeerpuzzled that 4tise Packs 4
cont.ained, only blankets,' cooldng 1
pot, depleted' batat ice 'end a
bunch, ot bananas. 1
,v, I t answered hi questions but I
rtio did not seem to believe anything i
.;, 'him; sse had isle seals.. 1
israe, net necessery because,
knew the country. yew,: there,
1,were lust the tw. of w'r4 No,,There
',were 'new other min lathe mown.;
, tains behinds's,. Ws adn't sews 4
anything inore deadly than pat I
-7r-retells. the mountains. I
had we heard-about the telt,
tution,.'.; he ',asked;,,l',tolsi him st
the fincn.end he, seemed 16. think
it. Strange thara. snontune-. famiiy
shotdd possess, ;radii; '1'
Ile held ,an urgent consultation-en,
the' telephone, with !;, the 'National
Guard 'headquarters at' Toctmten.
:4,, L caught unetchas of the,
;versa tion .1-- bearded
he walked free
- nada 1111M PO' r I11::;
senteut 'toscotnthepo for
some sort of vehicle to. Convey. 116
to Toeumen., Meanwhile they let us
out- 4 foe, -esp. of coffeto, and we
walked up the street with the tont tont'
' tont' my-guntoting :guard ettlir: etrict
bought, hint imp. if Coffee 'too
but'lle,,kept the gun-, across kis
teupt.'et Itiouri :Teter, a sem
' 'At tocumen;maliedy weititi bob
, toys that 'we ,- had-Innacentit'
walked across the mountains' and
had tothing ,,tet,do ith. level.
AViit IlUelflnlignate;Igttif i141
ly by the hierarchy from eerPoro
els 'up niihrough, sergeants .ond
lieutenants, and gathered,elarge
complete with arm, in east 'from a
bullet wound:hi received in ler,
guas, 'arrived and ushered us tnto
'his office and theAuestioni,g be
t hAd him Wes'. possibto:io
iross from Itandinga to Chepole
Is dat and halt without a MSP.
'would tot 'believe ,this but'
elentually, on what I estimated to
be the thousandth question ot, the
afternoon 'he wag convinced, that I
watt tot 'leading- in armed 'attack
from that direction, and with, apol apologles
ogles apologles for caushif tufo Much trou
Ite courteously tut a 'National
Guard car at our AispoogIbo-ipalte
uti into Panama,
the first'thing I didwas be shaVe
off, the beard,because. as said
earlier.,"o bearded -min. at. times
this, is apt to eauscoutpiclon
toltay the least.
- I -
, .. I
- , ...
' '' ' ' ; ''' 3 '' ''''''' ' -'- ''' '. 3' '''''...' 4 1 '' - TIII rltAmA ASIERICAN 1.... Ar4 INDEPENDENT DAILY NEwsrArri , , , , .
MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1953
7--"'THE's PANAMA -AMERICAN
, ow. mos ust.ts1011 iv TONI PANAMA AtIESICA-14 PThISII. INC.
I -- ?stigmas ay N111,..011
- MAPOOSIO ASIA& sane
- Slittle P eon 1S41. PAPAIOA
r, TatalPHOINE 2-0740 IS LIN221
- -4- CADta PANamirmeAN
get, OFFIelh 121711 erwrom AVISUI etTWEIN 12-TH AND 13N1 ST112211
, rePtirieN NEPossetoaTivasi JOSHUA POWERS- MO MO,
, MO, $4111 damson ,,V11211 111712 N
pee liewrio m ; ::. ,..!
Pool Six Mows IPI ADVAPICIoompona
Pao OPIO IMAM HO AinPANCIL '71 1111 14 MI
IS IS YOUR FORUM i!i,THII RIADIRS 0).6140044.4..'i:
' '' The Mail Smuts so ;aims Imam for nadirs of paPanama Amoricao.
aim aro roestood-oratolally and am lianditill;is .1 :wholly confidential
seam ' --. i ,-;,,,,si 4.4-0..,,,,, s
ii If woo oostriboto a latter doll Imi Impatiorrt if It doesn't OPPSar the
lel dao. totters aro oollishod le the order recolvad. ,,.' -"- "-" ,,
't 1 Z Please Oro to hop foo totem limited to so Immo ,laigth.
Ai Identity of totter writers la hold in strktost coolidoneri.,
itt,, This miersgraper assumes ort respoosikility for staterooms ar pinions
mansard in lettere from roadors.s ; ,- t
4 s t A
z.r Li C
.ii i-ui u 'IAA I i Bo ,1
t, t t,
, t, ,..
4 NEGROES ON THE ISTHMUS
, A .1,
; The co
4 The construction and subsequent history of the Panama Canal
kigh engendered one of the racial tragedies of the twentieth century,
sttragedy which has been persistently ignored liottl,by the US and
biPanarba. And ignored, one might add, almost by commtm accord.
What a curious thing that the shining United States, reputed the
powerbil beacon of freedom and civil rights, hal for 50 years man mansged
sged mansged to keep Negroes on the Isthmus just barely above the level of
1 It is common knowledge that the Panama Canal would not exist
save for the sweat and uncomplaining labors'of thousands of West
Indians lured here on the promise of good pay, medical care and
moderate security. They labored faithfully for nearly ten years, dy dybig
big dybig by the hundreds, living in latior camps worse than ghettos. But
their labor built the Canal. Where the West Indians died 'by the hun hundrids,
drids, hundrids, the North Americans wotild have died 11 the thousands, and
perhaps given up sin despair, 1
Yet, after 50 years, what do theme Negroes have' to 'allow for their
labor and their loyalty? Repudiated by Panama as wel las by the
US, for years they have lived as dispossessed rpeople,' Segregated, M MPaid,
Paid, MPaid, scorned by Panama. and finally after veers of -service dumped
flint) the Canal Zone with What waif euohemisticallv tailed ;leash re relief."
lief." relief." Crab relief Is a sum of monev hist about adeouste to atarve
on, But Washington has finally seltened: since limitary 1050.retiring
Netoes will actually get modest retirement incomes,
, Of course Paname,, during all these years, has behaved toward
the Negroes as generoualy as the noble state of Alabama, Although
visitors rarely realize it, Panama has Da separate Negro world
the pariah world as surely as Detroit, New York or Chicago.
In the Canal Zorke the stating salarv for these thirdtlass citi citizens
zens citizens is a princely 51 cents oer hour, in PantiM8 I 10W 111 20 yenta
per hour. Naturally, the Canal Zone points with pride to the high
rate of nav Negroes can enjoy there.
If it is true that the Modern world la one wbilk thee the world
steadily become, smaller and smaller. then the modern white man's
burden mmt be heavy intieed. It 1; remarkable that be CP OM keep
his shoulders upright, or his head unbowed, ; .4
- - -
The day of decision in Panama is anoroaching.4- Anvone who
cit'ooses to scoff at this statement would do well to welt at least eight
months before &int, so. Several weeks ago I indirectly predicted
the recent uprising in IPrague.
Right now manv educated people are laughing, at these self selfstiled
stiled selfstiled "rebels." with unoriginal imitation of Castro. It is being said
publielv and Privately thet they-will be wiped out in no time.
This ;night be so, but it's only a "tnieht." I believe the Vera Veraguits
guits Veraguits rebels chose a Poor position for their uprising, Darien would
have been better. unless some other group has already get an op option
tion option en Darien for the mime, prose.
' :If the rebels have leaders whose talents lie in guerrilla warfare
rather than in eoffee-shon oinks the Nationali. Guard could. be in
foC a hie surprise even yet. In the meantime, Peculation centers
Ok whether huneer, exposure, and frustration,10itgaute'AbgYera.
, gtfts rebels to surrender, or whether inrnomhertrand
stneneth. .z. it ,
, Still more important nuestions which should ske AtW,t- el
is the, rebel cause? Are they merely trouble-making. ambitioesnoli.
tielans? Are thev Communists? Crhe North Amerkane will probe probebly
bly probebly say so. Most of them seem to believe the taffair of 1,7711 to.be
the only popular uprising in .history wMpit'wes,,not coMmunist-inspired).
In brief, exactly what are the -rebels' goals? :'
), Tt the rebels want Panamanians to-take aides. as the Cuban
filially had to then they will have to deelare these goals. Though
manv of us Panamanians are fed up with the present government,
we don't want it overthrown in favor of Alle of the same inner
It The Panamanian underdog has too often lo the past made sae sae-
- sae- ?Mc. to rephce a rotten government, only to find that his ascii asciifides
fides asciifides brought him something just as bad.
There remains one thing eertain in the present situation,--we
Rinamanians want no such US intervention In our affair' as oceur oceurred
red oceurred in Cuba. US authorities, whether in the Canal Zone or whether
ti4y are diplomats. must 'keen out We have not forgotten the en encouragement
couragement encouragement the US ambassador in Havana offered Batista.
'I' I would like. at the same time, to suggest to my Panamanian
cAuntrymen that thev do their own thinking. Rather than allowing
themselves to be.brihed in any way to take oart in current events
ott either side, they should ask themselves before making a decision:
'7; what I am doing right? Will it hen. Panama?"
io In the weeks to.come even such violence es we have so far ex exrimmed
rimmed exrimmed 'will bring in its train foreien criticism, particularly from
the US 4nd the Canal' Zone. The usual tired tild epithets will be trot trotted
ted trotted eta,. Our students and other votingstere ill be branded as any anytMng
tMng anytMng from2"Communists" to "delinquents." Older narticinants will
' hot anything from "politicians" through "hoodlums" to "osvehos."
foli don't know whieh of thesq shop-worn labels, George Washington
got tagged with when be decided be had' had more, than be could
atitnti cd the geeerhment of the day.) Anyhow, before the criticism
torts fiving, we- had best be clear in our own Panamanian mind
'ftt we have taken the right course, and we must be able to defend
.0 decision convincingi.Y.
1 Panama has a long history of political unrest. The ordinary
PinaniaileChas long cried for decency and justice, and desired for
rountry place among respected eations.
The ordinary Panamanian has reached the stage where be feels
' he bee been kept waiting too long for the-peaceful achievement of
?beim' alai'. Now weapons are here. Resentment and deapondency
Ore here. :Hopes end dreams are here. Ambition and dtermination
ate here, What else is needed for revolution? Courage, you, iv?
- Irthe'Cuban precedent Is anything, the-remaining Veraguas reb reb,
, reb, onle have to held, out in the mountains for a month and they
find themselves receiving reinforcements, of Man and munitions.
Panamanians can take 1st so much and no more of graft in govern governmento.Such
mento.Such governmento.Such graft has been robbing the Panamanian underdog of his
, lair share of hiscountry's wealth' and Progress for many, 'many
, years now," and string has about run out on the powerful, enduring
grout, which hat been getting the gravy during administration1ifter
4,,,,When the time totoes for us to niake' our decision as to...which.
side to take, hope we Panamanian underdogs make the right
thole.. I hone we a're prepared to pay with- dignity the price, no,
' matter bow high it' may be; of achieving respect in the eyes of the
Its there something wrong with Mirsfiores Bridge?
'""'''Iresterday afternoon about WS we arrived while the span-. was
-4 opened and poined the tail of a long "crocodile" headed for the West
bank e 4.4-4
- A Oh coming' fi;itt the' Pecific wet libou(ln g6 'through "the
s bridge. The snip slid under, the span cloied; but the guard 'rail did:
not rise to permit traffic to move. The shin Proceeded on Into the
locks and began to rise,' Traffic was' still stalled. It must have been I
' between five and lemlnutes After the bridge- closed before the pi-
erstor raised the guard rail and let us through:..
,' In el fairness, I must report that this was:lust the',oppositt of
','what hapoened shout the fame time Saturday; On other trips,'; hid
,noticed there wee an topreelable lag between the end ot the ship
4. tranait and the closing of the bridge and resuinotlon of road traffic
go Satirrday. I drew a bead on the stern flax of sizeable tank.,
4r. Within split second after it went under the bridge, the span
betel to Wing back into plate. Not was ther& any delay In' rfising
r. the guard rail. '
' The front cars started crossing. 'But a bum in front of us did
nothing.,' Before the line of drivers behind could etayt honking, pose
sengers took matters into their own bands. oNoisy prodding from hie
feres woke up the bus driver, prisons. ;signaled, with his ,arm
that ell was well. Then the bus and the rest.of us moved ,,
SY THI BRIDGE?
w '-', 11"
'I" I )rilint INIPTtirQ II -' 4
ti',-, ;''..-:;.,, T',' .'..- -;r'l , 'at-- -.----;,--,;,..t.-, t.:, ',7,,, '''"'"!.mmilm.iin ',7-' ,'''''.'''.,,,,,.' '''' '''' ,"74., "' -7,-,7'.'-4- --;.!'-,.-"''''f '"'' --,---,: --',4 s .,- ,.;'.4..,--, -- ,''':..- --
' ''-'7' '-' ',Alia '.--, 1' ' -- -. ' ---- -- 'fr.'-,.',- -, '' .'-' '. - -' ----'--':i ,, '. ,, .,,,- v -,-
1 ,1,''''' ,...- ''" -... , '. :'" ,' 1- '..-',,; ' :,.: 4, .; f -''..- - '1(.-' !,tsc ''... r':''', ,,, ,-,
,', ,. re I .i.,.,,- 0,---4!--,..,. .: ,,,..,., ,., ,,,y .. .. ,...-, ,,.,f, .-... ,- ,t;,, ,, ,,I. t ,.- -,. -,,, , 2. ,1,..
. kiomments,-, ,.,-,..,1 ..2-,,.,.,-, ,,, ,t,,-,,..z.,.,,,,!-,,.,,,-:,,,..,,,.-,.. .-,!. ,,,...., -- I.- ,,... ...,
I ,,(. ; -, ,., ,,, ,,..,, ..,,,,,,--,--,- -, ,,. ..,.. ,.. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,. ,.......
- i' R VICTOR 'AIES111,-7 - --. ,. -,-,--' ----Lver-------------.---- ,, .4-Er --,rz ',"'--,- oi- ,' .'
t--- .- '' n, ,,,, '' i- ."., 7 , "' -:. .- ''', - -' .,-
, '',, --,,, -,, ,' -. ''. ',.., .:1'.., : vf .1.. . ', 'tt ti.,' ,, ",-. 4: i- ''';',., ''. I ; , -- ,'
1,Where blood 012110 .floWed and , -..: -..,.. -: ,'.,'' ', ' '-' ,,,,, - J.. -;- ,' --',--,. ,,'" ,,,e.tior ', -- '- - s
heads rolled in this black dast, ',-,-,... ',' ,'. f..',. -,,, -.', ''-'.'.. '-,,-'...
, ', ',. : -, t ,....-- L-- ,;,7-' , ,
o. cabbages now : roll In truckloads, '' , 0', A ,, ',. c -,- ,- -' , '' .., ,,----...,), ..-, -
,t. r ,..., ,.....
ial aymbolic of man's ability to be ski, ',-,.'..., ,,, ...'-; ,,,,L7 ,,, -.,, , ,,, i,11 L:r. ., ,,, ,., I .....c.. .. ... ....::, ,,,., ?,.
Cent to man ,after, all., It's, time f ,,,. ,, ...-, 4, ',- ,,,., -,,' ; -; .: '--6' ,,,.' f -,, Ir .. , ., ..
be to talk of htusger in what once was ,--,- ,,,,..1.: f :.:, ;.:-t' :,,,' t'l 1 ;:', s ' !. .,:- ..-.. .
, Aloody Harlan and in The other '2....... ,,.. --; -, ',,'7. ,,T S'-'-''-';';','1'.:7-','...':,-..''' - A ',".''''".- .. ..).
, ,- ,,,. 4
Mine patches where husky men ' ...-,. ''',, ... (I'll .',- -; e ,- ;,. ''.1--16 -;,' -,- .. '
must sit jobless and weep Inward-- ,''''''".'' '.',,. I i t, ,
, , ,
as ly while, their- womentolk find .k, 4.. ,.,,,f '' -.4 -,''',,, '',, vita t -1 .-,, e.4.100, ,.. ftt,, k 0 ,.., ... . ,,. ,,
work. ..,. ,
wit z : ----;1 v of '''"t I ....'1 ' ; -.'-'.''''''-
.. Ols h ' ', ' ef tie
' While line and lrilinioads of - . ,, -.4 ..s.
I ims, ter ,..", ,,
AFL-CIO demonstalatore from Ihe -!,,,'., : .. nutopvtro ,, :7. 2 ,r...-, -,-", .0 ri9 ,4 r', ; -, :,,
big titles poured In on Waslimg- ,l',, .- t, V, er 1.. 1 ,t-, f --., i Yal
.. -... -,
ton the other day', gift truckloads ',,-- , ,., : 10441 ,14 i la ". ,- !i '. '. I'' ,,, .'"- Ji .s ( ",:, '
of cabbages poured in on mires. -. orr,101 "r -N p31 411 610 ' 1'-' .!
laden Harlan CountY, Ify, The un-, ,, 4. ,,,...aptit vIrIP 14,,
empluyed miners needed food; not -,, ,,,,A111 4, , 4. 4p 4 3 LS 1 -. f';' ---' it ..- - km T '".
,...,,, 40 -- '''
demonstrations. I... -,) or ;, -, ..-,
.0.,:,, osAilat.1 laimilk 4.41.;.... -.., e - ;.' ' i.
al' While other, labor leaders 'talk- 6 4, ' .445it ,S.:,f'' ( ,W. S 1 A i...,
Y ed from the posii!im to the 4Mareb .-- e ', 1:,-ees,..,,,;;;' ;;..;.:..,, t, ,,of ,,,,..,, inklik Agar 4..7.'1" ,...,. ,i ,. v... ...
id On Washington,- ,the mine Ont9O I', ..7:eft- 4., ', ,V;" V4P- ..-1111r1)( ..1 -;, ,-t ' ,',,. 1,
d, Chiefs sat around tables talkirig -",, .i.',- ., -, ezz-71 ,, f ',1,1,4,:. ,-'
,''sive b. I
lie with- the leaders of the coal,carry- ,,, ''''"..t-'' ,,,, V, itos, : :Ar',..;- 0 .1-7
n log railroads, 'the coalburning 1, : T'''' .i,t, .. iso4e 4, ,,,. ,- .. ,, --,,,
'',.it 4',Wa -: '-' ' ;1 ''' ,',.';
of utilities and the reoal-digging coni- ',, '' :',,,--.- -,'," ', f.t, c:11.' -,,
parties. These men- talked of the '' ...,
,st common good--saving their m . .
0- ,, ,,, r -,! v.,
' ( 4111111ammom..,.......,....., :-'..'r -' .;.: ',...1 ", NL,L. ,, ,
,st dustry. .. ,
rel t ,, ,, , ,
y Their time to talk aleud and -7.- .,, ,.,,...:,,,,, ,.. ,...,-,,,,. -.,, -,.;-,,,,,',,:.. ,-'.'"'' ''''' ''''" '-''' ---.,. ,N, ';
et in pubik will sense on Ant., 21. -I ' .. ,
n- iThat' evening the, venerable ,..,-
ad white-haired. plant. when" I've -.'" ,,a i, .---,,,----- ---- -
' calield ether things in past 4 4.0... NW..' ,,,,, , L.
,Ir leers, will stand On the dais ' , -7,c,,,,,,, ,I, r ,-: ,, L, A s : ,
he 1 amidst the niers of-industry And A :., -.,, '' , , , ',:'-.--. t; 1 .,. ...; ':, -, s.
u 'despite hit IS tiwnderees years, R ,, : .
ed Jahn L. tawia will lbo hoard ; :,:'y,- it I , ,
-e. from pain.
1g Tbis will be the banquet Of the ,
new, NAtienal Coal Policy'. Con. ., ' '-12'..k ''':A''' ' ' ' ' ,,, '',
rd feience. Its director is Joseph E. , r. .,,,,. ., .,,.. m. i ... ,,, -,.. r.
,,h Moody, head rst the Southern Coal
1 Producers Assn., -the man who ,.. -
' !.. '''' ,yrannny It ,,Furpose,,,,, ,
- did most to turn a gun-filled, dy- ) 1.--, .' ' . .' ., :- ,.., - -,
ti. namite-laden, civik war-torn tn.. ..-
dustry Into a vale- -of peace; .2t'l ' B4' BOB RUARK '''' 2 '''' .--- '' ''
II' There are other' models of epoo
gh perative labor-management ef- , ., , ,
ly Vi;T011 AllS111, 1
.,,Where blood anae .flowed and I
heads rolled in thin black dust,
cabbages now : roll,.in truckloads,
aymbolic of man's ability to be ski
cent to -man ,after, It's, time
to talk tof hunger in what once was
Kloody Harlan and in the other
Ming patches where husky men
must sit jobless and weep inward inwardir
ir inwardir their- womenfolk find
work. r,, r;: ,,
While hue and lrilinloads ot
AFL-CIO demonstalatora from- Ihe
big cities poured in- On Washing Washington
ton Washington the other day; gift truckloads
of cabbages poured in on mina minaladen
laden minaladen Harlan County, Ky, The unempluyed-miners
needed food; not
While other, labor leaders' 'talk 'talked
ed 'talked from the hind the 4'March
On Washington," 4the Min unt,M
ihiels sat around tables talking
with- the leaders of the coal-carrying
railroads, the i coal-burning
utilities and the reoal-digging conir conirparties.
parties. conirparties. These men- talked of the
common goodsaving their in industry.
dustry. industry. Their time to talk aimml end
in pubik will some on Mot., 21.
iThat: evening the, venerable
, white-haired, giant, When, I've
ether things in past
,yeers, will stand en the dais
1 amidst the mon of-industry.. And
&spit. his' IS 'thunderous years,
!John L. ;Lewis will be heard
L from pain.
This will be the banquet of the
new, National Coal Policy Con Confeience:
feience: Confeience: Its director is Joseph E.
Moody, head at the Southern Coal
Producers Assn. the man who
did most to turn a gun-filled, dynamite-laden,
civik war-torn in industry
dustry industry into a vale' -of peace.
There are other models of co-'
perative labor-management ef
forts, but this is more model than
Johq Lewis and his friends of I
mining and transport and power
know they have a sidc induslry.
But they want no subsidies, mi
handouts. That. want to help I
themselves. That's why these
giants, such men as and Gefirge
Love of the Conslidated Coal Co.
and Philip -Sporn of the American
Electric Power Service Corp.,
have been eonfereneing with the
United Mine Workers' chiefs.
Where once over aoo,000 11112n
hacked at the coal veins,- now Ivo
than 105,000, go into the pitarand
not Nick. day' at that, -. ''
'rhse were the Ws when no
Preaident had bis morninu toffee
before reaching for bit paper UP
glean whether he'd 'hive an after,
,110011 coal Crisis. Today that in inIdustry
Idustry inIdustry needs to ell at least An AnOther
Other AnOther loosdpp,00p ns, a )104, t9
stay alive, -pt ,. entucky ',aloof,
lend ',-of 'Old, :Bloody,' tbeic!.." Is a
surplus of more than 40,000,000
. Yet if .0td King Coal tetteri
' lust a litho mere, what will hap.
pen, to the ,fuel. newer needed -by
this nation te defend Rail? s if
Ilse men of helmet lamps 'and
pickaxes realize They'll be' work
inn less,and less and tell their
sons te' eat the ltittl out Of the
mine patchei forever, who will
dig coal? There's ne machine
that can 40 lit 414:either: Just
as I've' heard Jehni.... orlowl
That yeii satin mine coal with.
bayonets psi '.'can't... mine .ell
teal' With !; eviematens, .,
, 4. 10- ',.. ' ; ;,-,,
Yet, ; virtualli all iteel Is Made
with Mil 401 power. Mort ,lban
02 per tent ..of all electricity
springs fro the heat' Of, burning
,bituminotis Its :1Intensity is des.
perately needed hy pig .,,, thermonuclear-
plant'. ':'; ..
; Leader' Jot the National Coat
Policy 'Conference hnow the 1, the
industr will 'come Jilt Its, in two
decader-Then -the ;' big atomic
energy plants will gintils 00 black
stuti.41. -' -',, ),
,,'But ilow to survive' through 'the
first 20 years ,of the.spatial ,11;e?
There, why Lewla ',and the .1ndus
try' have gathered. ,They -.. nave
been lignore,d by, the, government
,, which lei speCiel tom mi4stons 1
for natural gas, ler' atomic eller.
. gy; and 'for' 011,-bilt not for 'coal.
Kint.Coitt has 'to ge it' alone,
like ; all ether ,r6reity eV old.:3,1
, the, industry 1 tioesn't make jit,.
neithei- will out defense maniac,
'rhit's"why the' Voice of thq tough
, old min, "The. 'Chimp". as they
upd' to diet 'at conventions, will
, he beard, 'Through. 'the land again,
' -1-,.,--4-;',ft"I',,, .tt' .':,,
-nob Arnerican naval' hero,
John Paul Jones, died practi
call'', unnoticed in, Polio, in
1702., Me was buried in tho
'Louis Cemetery tor ?rotes.
,,, tints. More than 100 years
later, Ambassador Horses Fora
ter of the United States
seeiched for and found his re
mains;' They were brought- to
the United States on a, 11A,
worship and are now en
tombed In the chapel of the
Naval Acedemy in-Annapolis
, 0 Enciolopodis
- .....,',,, e imcir
1 ,09 e' i,
, ; .. 3r., .... 1 ,,,,.;., ....,
' .,- : ,,
, 4 ,,,,',, ',
- - -
It seems to me that everybody
and his brother recently, has
been belting us "Sver ',the
with our deficiencieck air' opposed
to the Ruisian prolkiencies
Americans art "a t u'$ $ bt
chaotic, piclifferenti, sellish,, com commercial,'
mercial,' commercial,' and the Russians are
!'iron-willed, forceful, and Iprmid Iprmidable,"
able," Iprmidable," single-purposed and tar ad advaneed
vaneed advaneed scientifically.,
We are going to hell, so to
speak, because of our preoccupa preoccupation
tion preoccupation with, barbectie pita -and the
white-sidewalled and t pre.
sume the Russians ere going to
heaven because none of thetr
clohes fit and you seldom See one
Adial Stevensoe, a ,Mail tdo molt
greatly admire 'for mental 'depth,
iwas haranguing this -subject re retentlY
tentlY retentlY before some, fislytry or
othert, and be 'allowed that "outer
tyranny' with' purpose' might well
triumoh'mrer the inher' tyranny of
confused and almleis way of
life." He said be wouldek like to
4g20 A 4:41:
takes p easure in 'infortnitig Its
friends that on the 15th of Aprd
ate a,new office on th'e groun'd
- -,: CEMENTO 'PANAMA' buddmg- located:, at s'
.-, , ; :i
, , ",
,t ,' -6
comer of Manuel Espmosa B. an Eusebio
,,, , , .. : , r' ,k,
7:4 : : : !' ;,:;
orales Avenues ',where
,, :f 1 ,g"
, aft PI 4 Pt' ft W1it 1 k AMI 41
, to atterici to'
Vopti, but! Gotta Get Moving"
but ,I,GOtta Get Movin
predict the,,eutcome of a rugg
between out 44sellish, indiffertint,
commercial society end. the iron
discipline of the C,o m nt tin t
would hit' tot
too many,, sputniks buzzing in hrs
belfry, because .,history or, less
clearly definer that ,any free man
is better than -slave, and th,at
a naked savage Might fight mote
fierely for his 'mad hut than Any
single member of a Chinese com combine
bine combine would battle for the entire
combinc, ,, )
All the major tyrants I ever
heard of came to a sticky end,
from Attila and Alexander the
Great to the Kaiser. HMV,. NIPa NIPasolini;the
solini;the NIPasolini;the Japs andcertainl Most
of the reigning 'members Of the
The Russians want. to. run the
'world and they, can't liven aleP
,their own board of directors from
dealk nSiberiaX,01, !II that Rue.
,namea,youlecall,from 4 the
high command of dedicated ,men,
the only two old ,gray, wolves left
, ,' 4
EtTi:.td.ht. ItOliag '.'
liik IVO ,,.. ,, 1 Ottio::,,
oviArrt INEED TOCO. ,'
,0111' k-r, isett tral :,..,
!,.,.7::)1:.)ti, ; ...7 N t;k1i.p$:H.,,
S .: : :.;::71:1;
, ;., f:t ..,.
ore thrushchev and Mikoyan.' The
rest are dead or exiled.
i I do not believe for, a moment
that the average Chinese 'servant
'tinder, Mao Toe-tung would ,, not
trade all of 'communism's bright.
'est ,hope$ of completely swill's,.
ed woritlfor an extr: bowl of rice
and' 10 minutes .longer, snore ire.
quently, ins thh company of his wo wompn
mpn wompn ";
k think that if you 'ever gave tbe
Russian; conimois Man Some spend
,ing money and turned bins loos
In a supermarket or gave. him a
free hand. to ,,buy half the stuff
you see advertised in bur -news.
papers and ..magazines he would
be Jost lorever to the dubious glo gloriost
riost gloriost of ,sommunsk,liyingi t 4..
A few commapders and ; few
adjutantt cannot gontrol lorever
the balk' individual .elfishness hi
mankind,S end there le-' one thing
thet, can fityti be defeated each
ma, it's list ewe' heart, 'thinks 1001'
guto is :geod.' basict 41 lhe
iellow whose boots he may be
forced 't'o' lickp'ind just wait -until
Millions 'mew have been kit.
led'wentonly; lu- China,. in Russia,
In Germany, in order to enforce
ideals of a few social designers,
but, I do hot 'believe that. the few
are any closer Ito Implanting these
ideals 'into, the breasts of the 'bit
lions. t ,,. 7
In Ahe last -major war, ,thinic
the toughing. English public school
boy' and', the Cockney slum 'kid
knocked spots ;out of the ,dedicat ,dedicated
ed ,dedicated Nazi hordes, as did the grim.
ning 4nd 'thor Crazy American
flybor, who' had been raised ,on, a'
diet of freedom from tear, of wide
in 'home, in 'pursult-,,,,if you will
of' individual, happiness, 'however
NOne ot thin's), things ,will .cnunt,
-of course, in purely, mechanical
war,',,q so SteVenign 1 argument
about "Aysinny with purpose", Is
- The, land of 3he.fiee Wit itioe
as, many robot weapons as the
laid of, the, SleVe, end, in the
meantime. the rtinving is easier,
nood Housekeep g legit of
!novel,' motorized .'lakris,,:mower,
,, ,, .4,
it will inaugui
t VrIA I qv
1 k Yee r-ontloutt6n
," to I
1111r1" 'Pr.0 Pb114'D'
ity SUM PlAitiON
-irwesAsiSollInaINGprT0obNes' Ian. ant!tiabonealOdo:..
tense no one has put the finger on
one reason the cost of defense -is
so' high. This is the increasing
monopolization of r defense, Nat's
by.big business end the ',''' steady
freezrout of little business. 7.,
At long last, however, Congress.
man Eddie Hebert of New Or.
leans, the defense watchdog, is
calling two of the big airplane companies,-
I,ockheed and North. A American
merican American Aviation, to see ivtlY St
percent, of the' new missile manufacture-4u,
missile ,parts have
been going to the giants of Indus.
try-4n manr eases without cor,n cor,npetitive
petitive cor,npetitive bids. --' '.;. -;,-. :'...
e, , ;
.. Hebert will probe,. among other
things, charges that ,the big nits.
site manufacturers have htmdreds
of millions, of ,dollars worth of un unfilled
filled unfilled govenament 1 nrders,'N-dating
back to seven years,Some aril re-.
ported so long unfilled that the
missile parts are obsolete.
-Meanwhile Abe -big corporations
have' not farmed out subcontracts
to small companies. .. ,,-- :
The Congressman 11180 wants to
investigate charges, that the tag
corporations have Awn holding
back ,, missilt ,parts ,,specifications
so small companies can't bid.
One witneso who will be hauled
up before Congress for special
cross-examination, it A. Ot" Leisure,
general 'comsat of, Aim) Ordn.
ance and a key figure in the' Ar.
my'al missile procurement.' ' '''" '",
When Oeorge Estok, Bridgeport,
C e n n., electronic manufacturer,
complained .to- Lazure that he end
other small 'producers 'were being
denied missile 'parts 'Outride bY
Army.'" Ordnance, Laura sharply
countered: ,. .,
'. "You hain ao 'inherent right hi
exoect militery contracts." -' :..
PI agree that I have no Inher.
ent right to ,'cOntracts,'! replied
Estocia; "but do have a right to
bid on them. My firm and other
;mall producere, however,- which
are able to.' produce otdckly and
,cheaply, are --not given even a
'chance to bid." "-'''' ' ;
"e Note4After Jlebert finishes with
Lockheed and North-American he
has some other, big defense '-'con
tractors on 'his list 'for investiga investiga,
, investiga, '',, bion6k oLD' MIN -.
British leaders have lieen corn cornpiecing
piecing cornpiecing privately, but' vigorously
1 about the problem of dealing with
, They. don't Say much about eld-'
erlyi ailing John Foster Duller- or
elderIT President Eisenhower
though 'the ,British ,press has, Bul
they do say -plenty, about 83-year,
old Chancellor k Konrad.- Adeeauer
of Germany, '' :.,, ; , l'a,'
, In fact, Frline,Mjnister Harold'
Macmillaii? who is two decades
younger than 'Adenatier, has ,been
making bitter, tracks about11-. the
Gerinan Chancellor, iAdenauer, in
turkluti been making cracks a.
bout' Madmillan. ', British, leircles
compare; Adenatier. to 'mother 83.,
year-old ruler of another divided
of, floilth Korea whh alto refuses
to compromise. - ,
',Macmillan' ha Complained priv privetel
etel privetel that 'Adenault welshed on
their igreement A. offer concer
sions at the Summit which ought
lead to a realistic qerman lettie lettiement.
ment. lettiement. '1,-; ''' ,,
In his own private' converistions
Adenauer has snorted that Mac Macmitten
mitten Macmitten omit learn ,Britain is no
longer the leader on the. EuroPian
continent. ,-,t .,.,,,'. a, ,,' -, 4 ...,
, Adenauer lei fotintr, Ir i e g.cli
President Charles di "Xiaillii, a
stern old leader like' himself, 'more
to lila Jilting. They Nive agreed, to
,01165$': '54 Pritelthil f!
1 (comb. form'
on the r( I 53 C4:141111114 :-
Y. eoUthwist 5. 1.",(4.11thLel'' ..t
troPiPtli .1 Rowe
fult.rkn: 8 Form e.notion
hilt; orm a sation
8 Itt mineral. 3 Clickttbtelle
. ,,, .14Fimonowo ,,, ,, 1 --,,,,..,.$ 0-00.0..e. lais.aaiesises
-7 '1 treseuretts,--.,,:;:., is Lacissaw-,.S';, it Captivate .-- '4, '; ,01 Appearld '4'..:
. ., .4. include ,..4;,, ,-- ,I :250s cuMbundkudeernhiledglf:tr. ,,,,, ).;;,42, oil RolAonimptisomunpotahati,rts --i.'..
,,, ', .11 ... v 1,11
, t, "uveS "'.i..'',.. 1. 4' Oleic acid all( II Silkworm "1T, 44 SiteVeleta ,,,,-;.t.'
27 Legal term '1A-43 Notion ,,:4-': ,,:
. IS Tidy :,,,,-, ''''. ''. 10 Suggestive -", 33 Chinese river ',' ,7-', garment
10'..i Ill Orienlal coin ,,,,, lizor.,7 ; "', skiff .. .y ;:113 Dratted (beg)
., ........,..11', O,13 natatudm3o0 ....-t, ;- ., Den mark:- '1,:!, t SI, Atari, e,i-.,-..':i::,,i':,00,11a, tdok ..',:..
!IA' .,.: 17 Yier intwilell- 1 1 Natives ed ; (.,1', 84 Collis1011. i'., 08 born -.- :.1 7
,.,19 Artiatl.trillill ,..Lifilt11.1 ".... "nla rir"
'' ..11IXISt ... 11111 IN '''' unkm11.-, MAL111311
,v:: 13 Inflexible' '. 'I, 'MM.'
." It Pekei Stake, r'1.., lail
611111111 ..11:' 111D11111 't 111-1111111111
. :-26mus.opo.try. minguill ,,, 13111111 ,,,, isimmill
' 28 Arabian-, 11111
.., ., moo
:... '''. emtnand!f:' 2 1111111r01111111111M 111111111
,,,-s Biblical ,, ,: ,',
'.. 'i-Atroneutt'-'--, 111111111M111 ,'?1,-, 4: J Ells
, ,, 30 Legal point .', 111111,.....,
;,,,..0,11Anger.,-,-,-JN.;,1 011111111111'1 n111111.,.
,.t,': 32 Interest (DJ ; t.-; ineess
, -. 33 Oriental guitar 4 ,',..k,'. '',.,' MIDI lig .11 ,,, 1, :- : ...
35 Book Of ma a ...' ,-. :.:
ff,1!,' ? - ,,,, ',., IIIIIIII ) '. 111111 '-'-'t -' .;-,'
',4: 43 Desert torror ,. ,, '!.,
'' '.,.' se Conger , ', l''''14 minim logi melon
,,,,:;,. Ashermn ,- ., : 1111116111 MIS In lei
'.. ) II Elan '''''''''
: ., 8I'Little demon ..' rsolumil. ,,,.i ,,,, 9 4 ,1
y 42 Resided NM In ';'i --
7 ,.. 33 Oriental guitar 4
35 Book of maps
..'0,.;'33 Desert carrier
'.,..:11 Conger ; ;
: .c SI'Little demon
42 Resided ;
41 Sheltered side
tO 47 Bridge .e
...;: 13 Lew haunt
SO Greek ,,, :
it c: .!-':
SI Se silent ;. ;
13 test urt.) :.:
- 42 Resided 4 1111111111:11
41 Sholtered lido 111131;13221
47 Bridge e 1.. atil 11 1111 111151
.!,' 40 Lew haunt , num
SO Greek .. 11111
. ,eolomurie 1511 omt
!,,: 11 Se silent -'-,, ;
12 toi$ trt4 11M11 1111111111119
411te rftlantiNpoloPPMMENIMMIP.11120.WIWNrilWit Obv.000011111 Wialimmeloo; 4;11
dominate Western policy on the
continent and leave Britain out in
the Atlantic where they, -think she
Meanwhile British foreign .min-'
ister Selwyn ,Lloyd Left last week's
NATO negotiations in Washington
grumbling over,- Adenauer's &att..
"Adenauer can't make,up- tie
mind.-He wants th-setatus quo un.,
til he can decide what ,his post- --
tion is," Lloyd complained prie;'
ately. This unyielding attitude, m
charged, was a betrayal of Aden7 ',
suer's promise to Matmillan. f'
!Tunes is siding with Adenau-
er, who islirold and dear friend,s'
Lloyd added sourly, referring to
the' American Secretary of State.
"De, ,Gaullo is also, siding . with,
Adenauer." j',, .:
' The BAtisit, foreign minister se- '-'
knowledged that it was 'useless to
takne flexible position at-the Suing
mit without Adenauer's consent
,-"He has the power of veto," ex- --
piained Lloyd,- "since Germaay
will be the object of tbe negotia negotiations."
Since theil Adenauer has agreed
to become 'president ot-Weett Ger
many, but effective in October '',
only after the,Summit tonterenec
- Despite favorable official -state-
Ments, it wss on thjs note the
Washington negotiation's broke up,
1 LIS$-HIRALDSD TOY,
'Around Washingioe, the ": minis
Taft", ist usually' assoeiatetP with
William Howard Taft,Ahe- Fired,
dent of the United States' who sue sueceeded
ceeded sueceeded Teddy' Roosevelt; er Rh.
the name of his son, 'Robert,' the
Senator' from Ohio. C :"1-;
llowever; Bob :, Tafel. yotinger
brother,. Charlet ;also has serve&
his fellow 'men. ::
Charlie Taft begap, 1112,yeers, a ago,
go, ago, working on thezCincinnitt ei eity
ty eity council, has been mayor of, Cie", !.,
eitnuiti, prosecutor for i$ Hamilton
County,' has helped Make his home
town one of the cleitnestend best. ;
governed 'in the'
, In addition, Chat lie Taft servest
under the Roosevelt administra
tion during the war sr Director of
rUS CoMmunit War Servkes,
lector of Wattirat Econimics.and
in,varlous unspectacular tut ue
rivalry jobs. ,,,
Later when Ike wanted, soinc,,c
one to sell 'unpopular origin aid
to the ,nation, be drafted Charlie 4.
Taft. -And when ,he wented soma,
one. to sell xeciprocat kids to ths i
nation; he ,drafted .Charlie Taft.
1 Si Ihit, other day in cineinniti
tile 'Eternal, Light Award, given
hIt't the :Judah ,Theologicat nemi.
1114Y. t Amadei', to.,,,:those AV i
have' helped the' Cause of brotncri.'
hood and human ,dignity,-'went to :
the .ressheralded member ot the
Taft family for his Worts Jo mak.,
deMocracy 4 ,
tO14.1)011, tie :Lord's
Day Observance Soilety criticized
the Duke of Edinbuigh, and Prime
MI in its annual report.,,The
tiety, eomplained that., the, duko
engaged in sports ever, available
Sunday aid once bad left church
services to fly to a -polo' match:
the prima minister was taken to
task for conking Weekend pont-
!cal:conferences and patronizing
amateur cricket .,matchee tori Sun.
Answer tol..Piivioui Ptiiiti
ell 4 'HIS
' r t s. :
- 4-4-A;Toy;.--, 111 ',---
MOTOiY, 13, 19St
-..:.,::,,:.:--,,:,..:.-,::.,,,t:..-; rm,PINIMA ILteit
AS ZIZMIILDIT DAIL! KIWSPAPIII
r r t :-.,.
.,., ,t, .,.).,...
-i.,...;,,,,, .,,,,,,.. r- '
'' L ,-, ,,,,,,, v
- .- .- -- - ' : te ' h' -st ti '' 'di it". '' ' ' ': t' 01 t -Cain t'll 0
SYMBOLIC' -1111t3T "'RES is- plan 4 lay Ca al Zone Bor ou a ten n r the4irst: Camporee,s, e new,lcou p a : a :
-', den-LitkeiThe 277,Boy;,8couts :who attendedthe Parnpree duririg- the past,weekand,, planted a ,!11.sride of- ;ndia4;tree.,0,:part ,:y,
' of Abair three ;days of, tampign ant ceremony.,:,lit la ,expected 't thatjutttra:Vamporeet,will ARlio's,or,i',the:,.,:ToicOodent;ln,:,t:tte:iyear :
:.. aheld.n t' ,,:.,,,..;,:,,,,,,,,.. -,: .1,;:-. :-. -,,., ,.., ...,, ,, ::.,..:. -,..: p,10'.i..,,,,,:,. 4. !'..::;-,.,5! rr, ,:,'. 1 .,, 4 -;;..t7:., 1.,. ::.; ::::.. J.:. i ,;'',. .t-,,'-'-'..A.,44.',:l .1.';,,s'''.:4 '!....,: ,..4:4,i, ::iii,' 5 '' ''''''.'4'.:J -'!:.::-'i'!' -V '..i- -': ;:,
,',!:''' f JrNittildinethe'-iliciverin the' abOwie, picture; on't;thei:',f1Prigil ir Scou- f :MartiritridiriessetTroopr,l':::.,1)thifa'or ecolits jn-,: ilia.)
.2 pictute4re-'(left. to :right) :, pick Brown and,Day,e Stewart,- Troop .5.;::111red,'Hurtter;411,41AVItstra 'and .-BOW'. Wide IrTroop 1; and -:,',.
:' 13.11k-Covot TroOP 5':'1.'-,, 4 :1. :;:. :-;:;;;:,, .''''.' V:.,....,:,i-,0-'-',,i.:;'',.:.:1L.;:';',- :: '4.lk,::7" ..:': i ;''''.-';',V,':44., 'iv., ,;''',i4.,''i, 4-4-,:-rt; .--:1'0; liti';',,::' 2 !-,:', ;-y- '..,;:- :, ',:,:.., !: ,..,:'
- ',.-!:',:z:Adult4t,'., standing ,,in Ahe .reari:ar,i'!;',V, Budd Babertick:Ithird' front lift)'4-'thskinmtn'elf,lhe, Canat'Vini SOrttect Cotm'cirs -:,,-
' activitletcommittee;, chaplain. iloesher; r2.11'atner',,Potiers,:of 15ft.::,Adary'e;,:,01coutmieter,Richard ,.1t.,Ceok,.' of ,'Troop ,20;,, apt '11,.R.;.'
- (Bob), Johnsoni member of the council's ;pimping ,c,otamitteet, -..::'.,'s-..' ft,::-?: ,:7.--,:,: z-;;;;,,.,-:!: '.-,:,:i :: ,1'!....;:t,;,,:;..: L.s,..',..'4,; -,1;:f'',"4::1: ;',':: '!,.. ,is .. :',.. ,!' :,
. ., --. .., ....
rice.c Series :Of :Lectutts -:
'Dr k.-Nida left sfor Ba
',: Subsequently-be ivilListop! to Care Carer.;
r.; Carer.; tarbefort,retitrning o office:in
,gl.!", Newororit4t1 the: headqUarters of
the -Americin Soelet:'1'":'.;.:-
,,:., i; During ,-histwit-tveeitTvisits4:
GuaternaliWCosta' Rica 4nei- Pane Panei!,"
i!," Panei!," Anititandingi,,Altert
Celt ,lelivered I smiles' of
' lecturer 'oft ;thelculturel signifi;
,,, cante!"4: the ,Toaibl Vuj, before.
the :!,confereste, ;of fl,-Bible!
tors also, '-ad,
dre,ssed r, the Christian 1
7 Gueet 7gOule,;?'illd' AM' Ihursdar
): wiening Poke to 11arge rgrotip
; of. young lveroplelit ;lite 1VIslecOn
: ty, !, Both Itt:011ateintile end P ans ans,:?
,:? ans,:? A roe; bte ,clieckett recently f complet
ed,-:'nerruieript 'sat Stripturec, in
:' variens Indian PdialectsL'.-.
'!Popol ,Artif is 4 'boolt;i0rit.
the 'conquest i-,describing -the cue,
1-ina, en& relating ,Ahe 'folklore- of
,:!" The,' Quiche 4 indians 'of "Ouster a.
: .,1 1-' In it, Nide; find the' kerto the,
rt4t40,,,of dielectspeaking Indians
in Ouateitala'today,4 as '4,--one
i'sil the ill ainr', atrands,'": of :itheir
t (le; no 'other ltiier strand hi
ro'nted odt, thel. Of the
! $evistish Conquerprs.,:: ;
'Julio 411inenet met-llida,:st the
, tolresent! a manuscript of
' the;Trosp .!!oU Mark and ',Book. of
1: Adte the ',MON) dialect, tip.
,,en the., province ;of 'Analog,
EATIN'S FUN,, BUT OH; THOSE DISHES ..4immy Eredenbach tellsliteve loge ,turn
next -for ,,KP,'.buddy," as 'these, Scouts from,,Troop Curtifilitit'police up aftor, mea served. out outdoorr
doorr outdoorr at the Boy Scout Camporee held recently Adadden 'Ake:, At the left ;011bert.:,Erenly:1
chops weal. to be uRed for the next meal and ,Kermit: Griffith., polishes :up :the bating Utensils.
That's hand-made. table at' which the bovs- Are working. ?',1 WS Army, note)
-. 4''. i ,-
,' -v 444 ,!. !..,; '0 : ', ,' i. 7, -fr , r !. 4p,
.,. .,,-- -,A,!' 4 : i 41, P. 4 :;,:r; 141 ,2- t 4 i. V
1 Venezuelk' in the OrenOto 'River
beak', Di''. Nide found that this
work' -had -, been :done' remarkably I
well.'t si ,i'l .; $ IA :.,,, 4,1t.,, r', ,;,,,,,, J
1 0,L Wechiesaar ',aevemng SDucua
was Vie:guest of lionor- at a din,
net ',1tt the homet'of the,;-Rev. ilind
Mts.4 .1'.,' W. Limkemanno,', at .,' the
Bible -41ouse in 'N Cristobal,. 'rhe
other guests ',Were- ilue Comthittee
of- Bible lieuse ,-,Consultanti 'aid
their, wives:: Itev -and Mrs.: Theodore-I
Eranklikrr Rev. Rebel : Gus Gussicki
sicki Gussicki Iter.-::and. Mrs, William:1,1v-,
ingston,: Mr. and Mrs. E, E.. Mc McCielland,,
Cielland,, McCielland,, ltiri, Ind idrs. Bruce- G.
' Sanderso and vitev. and, 7dr.s. Arre
tor olviatson.:A ,, f.,,,, h.-- t..- ,-::f,f k
..,1-,,INTRit,,.1revealed that 97,the-:" entire
NewqTestameht in- Spanish 'is' be,
' ing- recorded iio Wog. pilling' rot rototds
otds rototds ',, !atSin'' Jose,. Costa' Rita.,
,,Thete is ; ',alto ;i a dmple phono-,
graph,; powered by. the, listenet'a
fingee;'," known, as. the "" Ginger4ro.
,no,,,v:designed.: ion, isolated' -treat,
where teiectricallY 'powered.. ms-"'
chines "einnot be lised,: and ,where'
instruinents with springs ,detetioV
instruments ',0 with '.,,,apritgs' 4cleterio-
Alitt,rapidlY: '-Aiivering -, the clues-,
cieti:. As recording the, Scriptures,
Nide, said, !4,!There is no reavn
to wait for":the' crowds,: of Illiter
ter throughout .,-,the I world :' to'
leatn to road Istfore7 they hear
the 4lessage 'or' the :GospeL" ',"
..," A..,:,recentI publicatiowtiNidais
the first chapter it(' the book
"Translation" '.- lashed' this. 'year
bt Harvard University' Press. Otk
Sii'lleif Olittll ''''SelYt '"f-l'ATI'llitIVIR''.!''''' ''''''- 1
at'l ,. '; ;11 ..; .:-.:',.. --.., :.,,,,,', ",:'::". "....zii14:-,
ii ,',;.;'':71ii1'!'!..,:m"";" "'''.'.,;7:, rBERGAMO's,:')AatilrP1) --', A,
as mi ,,... IN 'told. matiter':41Lyetrif Ago
'' '''' ''': 1'1, '' ' -'''' ..,:;14'''', was delivered yesterday-U.1)1s only
'1.atnigailli:to-- ..A''')g)11aVglil'hno tilt,t711"1"rbY Brfni.
'' 1 .';;;;'E,,:."' '4, ; -i- -'',.,,'.. :.';':.,''' !..;f.'i ', ''''',.:'2'.' ticit'Whillae,ierving with' th' eileallitat
''. iTASIIINaTON;740111"ii,"(tril army,.:,,bi World":War I a ,Itionth
Aqop,u,s.. space official -saya Rut- affietWriting thatarC Post, office
stamay .beatrtititt catintrt la ge,te itliciali 4a14;this card Wass,:ungs.,
tint ti,.. la ail' Into !ipacc,t- ...,,..,::''''',',,i,f Plaeld.7; ,;.:,,.::.' t..; .;:,;'; ::::'!' .2 ',. ::: : :
.-Drillugh'U'brydet, dainty -di.' :, :.,,.4.,,!;::; .: ; , ,:,,; . .. ,..
ititorpf,the, Xist I ea a 1111.1. ,,,..J,,,',,,-;,.., ,..!..,, ,,,.-, ..,,
and ,SpagOamialstration,:(NASA), ',,.: .,,.. , ,...,'' .., -,f.., ,, ,,
said the ,Soviets:".: hatti ,!, the ,". iices-. . ,
ayk ppea s:
aarrvoc,liet poWar ItAbey want 't,,.
',use It,isidperlitipor a Allsregardfof !--,;-': :',.,',,, ,:',:,, '.:;-,:;-, .. : ., .,e,:,,.. ,,,
bunito patety,:lattors: Invplve.12, in ),..:,: ;.-, ef o .: ..-.,. : '.':' '
the ILL, attempt, .. !'c-... .i,,:-.;":114 .'.': F t.
1.' -.'f '''.' ;,1 "i'' ,:' : 1 ,' .....: '.:, r:,' ',7. 4 ' ?, Of Iftne
'',Alltritrninetitti.. istate..last Wight i':-' : ,!!ittl If 110 :: :
Inir fictio. interylOve:',:7...,:;. '....,' .: 1-,;16.::!,:.- ::.. :7 ; .,:.;., .F.. ,,,.! ,.: i
in a radio ;,
, pryden said: ot alUseveti
chosen at the' first- American, as.
tronauts will be -girth a-training
ride ever the South Atlantic the
nose tone ,ot it, ballistic, missile.'
.-be 'part:Id-the, vigoroul
strtiction, prOgram pt's,,
oto the iirst IoLgg mannecLeatellite,
NASA ilater4 said othe
stone rocket mid be used tqr the
training ridea given ,thh pilots over
the South ,-Atlantic 4'2nissile ; firing
rtengii;.- The. militaritXetistene'
a range ,20q Inilea sdient sdient1st
1st sdient1st consider ; autticiente for se
,, a ce 4 source! ca
g Cif ;...- -fedi t
ed- the, rtedatone might carry:the
pilots; el.high as 30 miles,
,;..1--; .- . ,. -. ' ; :.
er leadiniCkineriean 4inguisit''con,.
tribitted 'the rernaining,!shaptprs
Of this, coOlposite Ivork.r.tr-.. ':i,'.
tribtited 'the Temeininv Ithapters
this, cothposito vork.:;-,
'rev Brooks Ilays appealed yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, for a liouse mvestigation
of last Noveinbees Belk,
Ark., oleetion 'which, 'was
defeated 4:by a --pro-segregation
f 1131( Xotoor administradon,
mittesr expects '''' to t decide next
Wednesday whether I, to,,, conduct
ouch an Inquiry, Its purpose would
be to determinctbe "final right"
of the' victor,, Rep. pale Alford; to
the Rouse seat be boa been bold
lentt for "--"these iii,,;a1Wifili-tiari., 77.7' 77-7 7,7
,-;:',; - .'.Ilays,sa ire -was i not r r.'
.' r.' 1;;;, ' id' h tilt '' tie
souret welt-, Maly, eontesting4,Alfordls ". eleetion
. i-a step. he' bat Insistently-, pp
"Illem' '''l '':. :,!..-!, Amid to' takt;1' ', '1' '..,
' '' 4 is 'I "notrin) is lb
, .. ..,', .'...' The': sue c s e
it 'slintninitreen,. seat,'but whether ;the integrity of
ining-!,thaptcri the ballot t has, been 'thvalidatcd,",
vOrk..1,:',.. ,'i,, ,, ,:' he ilakt.,. :,': i',.'.,, ., .: ,,.., 8 -:.1 : ,.. ,:.:,
! .. ,' - ,,, i ,'.' ', Rail ,.'ivat '. tinefilicial Dem,-
0:,', ,:i.f, 1",,' ,- i &stir '-''eandidate..111! the "geetleli-,
1 'Alferd,,,,lat,-tas.-'azi:, independent
,,' write,,,i" in:, tandidate,';, but insisted
,after ,,the''.11ection the hi ris ,IDenierrat...-:
,;....,.,;-; '.1,,, .; ,,, -1, .;,.'
'' Alford Was seated :',. When z-Con,'
, grill convened Jan., 'It and was i
steetited at a.,Deinorrat b: Dem7,
i'';'. :::i",:, ecratic. 'leaderS.-': ',,'4, ".' '.- ,..",'
il.'ell?" 7,.T. He vas", sworn )1 ilespitc .;thei 1-i
,,.:00:::' recommendation",, et' r' it ;- spec la I
Rouse,,electionto:?tomMittet .i that
,,,0,,,Eli, ., the notise" withhold' his 'seek pend pendti:
ti: pendti: ;,,.."'A.: int" 'ifurther'.' investigation' of al al,
, al, ,,,,',74:,-' I e ged eleetion,' irregularities: i Tint
,':,t).'";-,e,,?:: ,-,,'yim',ir:, :
wr..40,-,:. ,,,,,,.,.i,"e3p,, commAtee4went .04 ,, of existence
is:,;i:?.!.,v,,,',,44:. ,with the .Copvening of ,,the Ai a w w;'.:',:Mei:.,,WMIA,
;'.:',:Mei:.,,WMIA, w;'.:',:Mei:.,,WMIA, Cmigress.'...,,,, ,' :.,. , ?":,.......- ,,, .. ,, ,,
.4:p";.:.:giL,17,""A'' ,4 The allegations' were' ,that; some
:,',-..,:"..;:i'4'Ai:-",1":;., Precincts :' reported ',more 1- votes
ZN'Aiiiii0,,!,,sli',;411: than, ,-". regiatereL,,voters; ,!i.thitt .,' A
Fkii.'V'',3z.-;;;i:'?; ford ,',.& Arkansas '-i Cove:, Orval '.'''' E."
L,,4,04.:,..,,, :,:,,,,,,,,.; 2 4 .
4:::,::,3.44!,:., :if:::,::::1.: Faubus and, ether' bett., conspired
,0,1,,:4-,;!,,y4...1":3,,',, to:Unseat' Rays,,' and that i printed
t7;".....,,,1:1".: :'..ig,-.. atirkers 'pasted ,en, the ballots as
U:i,X0Fit:4,,':Z:$'" write-hi. votes :for','Alford, were ,' II II.!$'4::',..k4i::'.
.!$'4::',..k4i::'. II.!$'4::',..k4i::'. legel.: -:,'-',:.,-,,, i :4-,, '. ,' ;:,-, ::- r, ,', ;,, ', :".,''
,.,k,,,;,,,;,,:.:,;..,,.,:i,,,. ;, ..... :. .. . k ,.
,,,,,,ii0,4,.,,r ::i::,:,. :Hays, a ..nionerate on :tile segre
n i: titian', issue,: played a :,', prominent
,$,:":' role in r,:the' Story :195T ,I4ittle 'Rock
::,,.i,,:,, school,. crisil.,;. lie 4wit instrumen,
tal in' arranging' ee -Meeting be be,;:;:
,;:;: be,;:;: tween 4rauliwik,, 'and 'President., Bi-,
:i-::.!".:,! senhevier":, in' boot '', of solving the
.,,Z",1:i': ",,,. 'orobleni; 'The ,!t l'reeident ,:,4,,l,a t.e r
4.:A:::q ,-.-,:: eslled tilt '': federal treopii."-to,, en en:".:"ei:1
:".:"ei:1 en:".:"ei:1 :".',' ;.' force:, eourttintegration ,:,orderc.
-'' in seatintAlford,,the Rouse. iu
,. tberizect,Abut',.. did ,, not' direct, r''. the'
,,- '.:: AdministrationCemmittee ',. to Con Con,,,
,,, Con,,, duel ae' iiiquirv: to determine', Al Al'
' Al' ford's ,,14,"finsil,,right"!. to 'his .:seat.,
,..',,,' o ,.,,,: t-,,, ,:' Rays said ',he hid -cdvised the
ItIt yogi' .turn thairman cf.:this' committee, Ree.
al served. out- "Coiner "Burleson (D-Tex.),,,'thst he
ilbert.:, Pretind favors' an .investiestiOn and' Would
4ino; utensils. be willitig ,to testify if pubii; bear-,
Army, rhoto) logs rpm ordered.- '.;:ii. '.., :::,, ,: .1
. .. ..,.
.--ATLANT-- (UPI) 411anti-if--
ficials told the ,Civil Rights Com;
mission ,-,,:- today that r segrega segregation
tion segregation le in the best interest of Ne
gra housincin the, South,
effect, integrated housing policies
The COMMill3i011, hOldilig ik fact,
finding beating on housing oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities and problems of minority
groups. heard warnings that spub spublie
lie spublie opinion -in the. South ":stzongly
opposes mixed- housing. b this
'field,' the., officials said,: public
opinion' must be considered.4
The officials eited advances and
propels in providing better hous housing
ing housing for Negroes, in this Southern
metrbpolls. 4 They:said integration
attempts ,; 'would ;destroy public
houstoC programs and bring ,choos
in that. field, -
In private housing, mixed neigh'.
borhoods bring, strife, bitterness
and a general they' said.
'Financing of either public or' prir
vatel housing programs- would be
impossible-unlesr the ,color line is
observed,. 'they said( 4' 4
,' Mayor' -.William Hartsfield
laid, that segregation ir supported
by opinion ind,,,,,with 'inter-racial
cooperation., and confl confldence;
dence; confldence; is best for'all.,-,concerned.
He,' cited' .'a -:!lmodelv, and upper
'class:Negri) 'housing ;dbvelopment
in 'what' he'd, 'beet .; 'tension"
area Atlanfa's West! Side. 'Ai
inter:lads' -rommittee obtebied
voluntar), agreements 'from Atoth
raets,which, brought about4,
tion, tbe 'problent anclo,resulted
in ,progress, he maid; --,
' 'segregation" is .prolibitelf
housing, he4'said,i "you' would find
that -public officials, 'real .restat ,e
interest .and' loon companies, would
lose hiterest rapidly- in, develop developing
ing developing the right type of Negro bous,
ing,'",he, said; He said race might
not he mentioned, but that "mthere
would. be all r kinds of ways to
restrict proper housing develop.
M-4 3..rSatterflelel, executive di director
rector director of ,the Atlanta Housing Au Authority,
thority, Authority, warned that integration in
public bousing would treate
"clisotre tonditions. 'Atlanta Hous Housing
ing Housing Authorit rCheirmati
Chiles said an integration ,tlause
in ,puhlie ',housing.) likW1,
i ..ii, ,,..
iHe be,rwas aPPolliott for
he investigation, not as a defeat defeated,
ed, defeated, tandidate, seeking the eat, but
priviti ,eitizen interested in
the integrity saran
Should the, committee find 'that
Alford wits Amt.,' entitled,' ta,the
seat; Abe House, eould derlareithe
seat vacant or, 'could 'declare gays
the wimier and vote to lest him.
, Heys mid that sines he is not
contesting' the election, be believed
lieved believed thellouiti:d It were faced
with those alternatives-4 ikely
would declare the seatya,eant and
order a new' election.'
said k was his "present in intention"
tention" intention" not to be a candidate In
That event, but added, "I would
not want be foreclose" ,that
; '0, 4 4, w ) ,,, i,,
',, D Battery; 4t1i,Guk Battalion. 517th Artillery Are Pin Pin',4aaa's
',4aaa's Pin',4aaa's Minister of Social Security:4nd ;Public ,Ifealths Berea)
BarlettaLjleft);' Dr.. Oswald() 'Costa, Irear), 3 representative'. of
Zoneill of the PanAmerican Sanitary Bureau and Dr.s.Abraham
,,Honvita,,..director of the ..Pan-American ;Organizatiom
They are 411 attending public( health conference in; Panama.
! w (VS Army' 'photo)
; PO ,
"ft would result 'in' eheos and'
tragedy,"Chiles saitte."Good race racerelations
relations racerelations are more ftnportant than
anything- that could' be gained by.
integrated :housing.,' Ws : are slop 1
ply' not'. yeady: for integration., 'I' I
CeArAlexiincier;,,,t. chairman ', 'of
the Citizens. Advisory .,:Committee
for 'Urban Renewal Housingt;said
that' program ,"must work in the
environment iti which :it findelt,
self. A ,change 'in racial patterns
he said,'..would meso possi
Nifty ,of working out :taFial. Prob!
lems be lost',
, , )'S: -1-
A. coMplaintS that houses :tit e,
saMe ,quality toot mors, in: Negro
areaije. of, Atlanta:- than 7 houses of
white :resident,' was voiced by
B. tlayton,' chairman of 'the ,Ne ,Ne:AdvisoryCommittie::
:AdvisoryCommittie:: ,Ne:AdvisoryCommittie:: to, the
- The Civil ;Iitiglite iCoinmis-sien
Said It isAtudying house problems
to aet, what has been achieved and
what problemsz exist. It
oreviout hearing in New York and
has, scheduled laterl.: hearing, L. in
Chicago and TootAtigeles.,-,,,,,.
the Cirettl: elephant got a new
lease, on life,. today wheis, IC Tulsa
so .director would lake
hely.; ." :
.Circus Officials 'planned te, de destroy
stroy destroy the $5,000' aninial,,..because
they- feared She had become too
' her, handlers She: become
Icerdused at, timee. Her "4 act
sists of' standing on he head on 'At
1,barrel.,Wheis he gets ", confused,-
she: will seise her. trainer .,and try
to uschim for the barrel.
, Directorilltgt Davis of ,the Tut,
'se Zoo flew' to- Hugo today 'with
Chuck .Brown, his animal handler.
After talking,' owner Jack
Moor...of the ,Carson and ). Barnes
C r c,u I, they announced they
Would accept Dorothy; .,
'She will be.' delivered. to. the,
Tulsa Zoo 'April
tiOn expert mar, Alexandet de Sef
versler wae,reprtedly inAlatistat
tory ,tondition early today. by st.
tendants at the hospital where ,he
is recuperating from heart
Hoiveiter, a SPolitinfin
there' still was no -definite. word
when the Russian-born; airPlang
designer might be able to. 0.11,70
the hospital. ..
be' Severaki 'aid:Area' the eitiiin
while fishing off Sri island ,in-the
Bahama's Friday Ms doctors have
advised to tut bis work lead
in half. ",'
!Ism c,,,t4t.t.tt,),virok A ,ii.44,..44,,..- -2
It. -' .-, ,412" i .4 r.
! ., .. ,,,,Priceths Panama -..
- N.,.,.:,,, 1,,..,,,,,,...0.-. -.. ,,.. 4 4'.
tl,,,,,':kw i.s.e,,.0,4-1,. -mi ,, ,. :
:All Brands ....... 4.
f.Biands that cast"ii;trywhpre .; "5.30
Brands that-cost leverrvhere 430,,
: w-i; t"
Brands that cost 'everywhere 615,
;,,, ,, t. 4, 4 ''"''',
,,,s( ,op A
) rtt P 1
4' d I :'-'
to n u e,t e -ofty
jem't 'And prite hick
wilt lease 'you.
,:t Atet t Ay A, '''
You:could., be one
..:1Ji;:t,,''';'7 .' LUCKY WINNERS' '
'... IN',:1111S IVEEK'S ,,ItAFFLE
.:,-,''':;' !Io'ims witraso 'Rub ,
: ':: : t,-,-'1' E.' L. K. Kunitel , ,
s-'''' -:; '.' Clifford L Length.
. ;',1, ; , LCollins . &,,,,,-, '4-'41,
... ; :' Dians,de Chet ,,7,,,,,,-,,,,
'"'.4- s'-' Maris Matinee' '.'
'.''-', '''' Fellildad rapine.,
','..' -,' '''N,Yolana ile Lee rk
. c i,. ,. .,,,
-, ,Judith Castillo ..1,,,,,.
,,-, ,,rt ,.
'' Clifford Smiles 'Af::
' 1-' Juan Monte
,,.,.,, ..;,;..,, ...Azcittes Amato ti
''.''I' Juan Castro tp
14 '' '1.:Sduardo Plats ,..,.
. ..... ..
t 'A se ry, 1,',1
i VIOA011k SALES SLIP
'.';.'...;'tiSto 'IN 0 ,
'TTII-Etkrov .7itv:9N TOO! 4
1347, dentiitl 'Ave.
lbw& Ilommn Of, '...1'
.!,o1,4s!..:,;4...:.'...'4,';'' f'i '.!4.
'-,''.4'ti,r,.:''.,;i',iit'''I'':. Jdt ,k'
., '- f. 1
,,,,k 1; kt,,: !ti!....,t) 4 st 61ii Pi; .f.,'")!$
,;,i t ,,''. 4 l' 1"0'..,1.41i. :I i,., a ,..
.04,, ,4.-,,,,,,,,.,,i,,,,,,i,,.., ,.,,, .,,,,..,...,.,.,
,..'.i,.. ..,J,4,,, ,,,,,,,,),..,,,..,,,,
1 1 1;
a o or
' "771' or
Cr 6 c1,11
of iliese Winners
ONE WWI "AORImmai 'mon
ult?,tno e ow ,--- Tel. ',2-0311
AltraiCIN ;;; All INDEP'ENDENT NIEWSPAIT-2
, MONDAY, AFRITo Ile 1831
' (I F, Fora
67. l'IWBIt!triSn' W:hirALDril''..":'EjAA11(S:r8ArYV7:),.
syr,t, ,,, ; ,t
',,,,, 7 ,, or
:17. .119 t11.44-
Al LI? Lie
OFFICIALS tit SWITZERLAND ARE HONORED
,r4LILIJNCHION GIVEN ST ITALIAN AMBASSADOR,
""! A social-event Of Saturclai was a luncheon party'lliven by the
17411- Ian Ambassador to Panama. and Mrs, Merin Mololl at the om omtasty
tasty omtasty residence. ) ..
, The event honored Karl Torsion Bronchi!, Switzerland's Minister
iwPanama, and Prince Wiezemski, chief of the Mission of the into,-
fliVerisMental COMM110041 of EuropostrAigrationt.!:Li'
Etoptiott to Introduce
Wish Embassy Official
41.r.juld Mrs. Guillermo Herre Herre,:'.,
,:'., Herre,:'., rry Franco have extended invite
time to press representatives to
' attend An informal reception
, dry evening to meet Robin Far-1
' qdharsont first secretary of the
British Embassy in Panama.
--4 The reception will be given from
ilt30 p.m. at the Herrera home in
El Cangrejo. 4
Balboa Woman's Club
Names New Officers
, Mr& J. E. Snodgrass was nam named
ed named new president of the Balboa
Woman's Club in an annual eta etation
tion etation last week at the Balboa DSO DSOJWB.
JWB. DSOJWB. Officers who will serve with bet
' Include Mrs. Peter Bolton, first
' vice president; Mrs. 0. K. Worley,
second vice president; Mrs. Grov GrovN
N GrovN er Luce, recording secretary; Mrs.
',D. C. Zitzmann, assistant record
;4; rs Don't let your
Tot diapers. After
si TOMO:17u, A;rit 14
OF THE SENSATIONAL SPANISH DANeER
Sponsored by the "DANIEL'
; 'Micas f4''Sale
MORRISON'S and AtTliilliatti
PRICES: $2.00 POPLR $1.00,
BIRDS EYE quick-frozen foods are farm farmv
v farmv v, fresh and flavorsome. Grown exclusively
for Birds Eye, these readtto-serve
' quick-frozen Birds Eye foods are care care:
: care: fully selectedl cleaned and' iSacked to
- meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.
- meet top-grade U. S. rood S. tandards. B1
Stock The Best; Get seine today I I S. s 1
I I a 1s a s tt
AZ" PmPliof 441 1.11 L
sm. Zoi 40 '2.0 741 ,141;;to '41:60
secreisrW Mrs. ,' V, Z. Wit.
Hams, treasurerf Mrs. S.-P. Trati,
assistant treasurer; H: G.
Foster, corresponding secretary;
Mrs G. O. Parkerc, assistant eor
responding secretary; Mrs. Ernest
Van Horn, nominator.
Miss Chan ,Te' Wed
Cesar Auguste!. Siu
Mr. and Mrs. ;Alfonso Chan of
Panama City have issued invita invitations
tions invitations for the wedding of t heir
daughter, Ana jeresa, to CesAr
Augusto Siu, aoh of Mr. and Mrs.
- The 'vows will be "exchanged
Saturday at Cristo Rey Church.
After the ceremony, a reception
will be liven at the Chinese Club
in, Panama City,
Special Education Group
Te Hear Guest Speaker
Miss Magdalene Phillips of San
Francisco will 'address members
and guests 'of the Educe-.
tion Association' at A meeting in
the library of the Balboa USG USGAVB
AVB USGAVB wodnoodoYt evening at ,7:30
A short businesa quieting 'will
precede her addrest.
Miss PhiLlips,', who has been
blind for a litimber of year, will
talk on the aspects. of blindnest
and ways oli overcoming the af affliction..
Signal Corps Wives
Hest Coffee Meeting
A regular meeting of the Fort
Amsdor Marl woes will be
held Wednesday morning at A;30
int thi Amador Officers, Open
Hostesses will be ,wiVes of Sig
FISH Vistwl'''' POULTRY.,
VEGETABLES FRUITS JUICES
Enjoy your favorite Mika; vegetable,
fruit juicet, fisb and poultry, aillear.!
'roundlegarditst of season.
I i 6
la Lath Oa
nal-Cora offiterie,. with Mrs':, Wil.
lard Flint and Airs. Donald Clark
Reservations should 1)e ' mad
with. Mrs. Charles Jaeoe, 111-4241.,
4CONTINUID ON PAGE PPM,
Red Cross Gray Ladles of Cris:
tobal will meet Wednesday mom.
ing at 9:30 at the Coco Solo Hos.
pital Red Cross Building.
MISS SUS PINCUS, aluihter of
Mrs. Arne Id Pincus of Cristobal,
has been named art editor of The
Parapet, yearbook of the College
of ML St. Vincent, Riverdale,
New York City.
For Helen Howell
Funeral tiervices will be held' at
the Panama Wesleyan Methodist
Church tomorrovt for Mrs. Helen
Howie!, who died last Saturday at
The body will lie in state at the
church from I, p.m: until 3:15 p.m.,
the hour scheduled for the rites.
Burial will follow at Jardin de Vas
cemetery- at 4 o'clock.
' A formt resident .44 La Boca,
Mrs. Howell was well known in the
community. At the time of her
death she lived with her family at
, is s I
, e e
11 :::3 I
G LA S e-4
INNS? ; ,
, North and south vulnerable
South Weal North: taxi
; IV Pass 2 IP :26
4 : Double Pill
Dr, Normai Godfrey of Austin
had a sound bid and rebid and
there was nothing wrong with bis
partner's raise. .; ;
West's double looked pretty
good to West and theoretically
East and West have ,two sces and
two trump trickt but things did
not work out quite that way.,
' West opened the ace of spades
and shifted to the 'tett of ,clubs,
covered by the jack, king and ace.
Dr. Godfrey played the ace of
trumps and was slightly, but only
slightly, staggered when :East
showed out. He 'led his singleton
diamond and went up with duni,
my's idng. He was pretty sure
that- East held the ace, but had
nothing to gain bY playing the,
Sure enough East won with the
ace and led a second club, Ihe
doctor won; ruffed hit 'last club;
ruffed a diamond in his own
hand; Wok his king et spades;
ruffed a spade; ruffed another
diamond; and led his last spade,
Bu this time, West was down to
three trumps and one of his trump
tricks bad disappeared Into tMn
air., lie could ruff low,' and let
North's ten make or he could ruff
high and lied up teSouth's king.
nine combination. k
Q-.77N, bidding Ism boom
Soutb -, Wald Nati gut
2 Pass 2 N.T." Paso
Irma, South, hold;
6K 10 2 WI A 2 7 4.14
What do you do?
AA-Pans ids a Moon! partner
aad bid duos Globe with & son sonmovative
movative sonmovative one. ""L 1,
Tot de bid- throo clubs oud
your partner gots to three ha
trump. What do you de &tee
, Anoint Toswittrof r,
Princess Nig, BB'
Stage 80 mph Race;
LONDON aPpCars tarrying
Princess Margaret and Brigitte
Bardot staged a neck-and-neck 10
mile an hour "rate" through
London's western outskirts todaF.
The princess won.
The incident happened just after
the sexy French actress anived
at London Airport and was driv driving
ing driving into London in a fast Hum
' Brigitte's ear pulled up at It
spotlight outside the airport. A
big Rolls Royce drew abreast,--
,T'Eet is the princess. Eft Is
margareet," Brigitte cried as she
recognized the royal occupant of
The two big ears s t arted
teward Lontton together. For '10
miles along the Great West Road
they nudgeC speeds of SO miles
in hour 01 the fast highwaY
which has no,speed limit.
They ,:weto almost level when
a trathe light turned yellow and
Brigkte's chauffeur screeched to
a stotx. Margaret's Rolls was
far enough ahead' to get through
it end away. 1,
Once in London, Brigitte snug snuggled
gled snuggled Close to-Jacques Charrier,
the man who will co star with
her in it forthcoming movie, and
denied to reporters that her ro romance
mance romance with musician Sethi' Dis Distal
tal Distal watt tooling' off.
b not off with Sachs," she
explained, "but It is not develop develop,
, develop, wv1,;
FASHION MODELS Among then attractive young women Who will model heacliwcai at a gala fashion. show Fricfay 'evening at the
Panama Yacht Club are,-from left,' LaynekTaylor, Gladys Muller, Francis Paige and Anne Haskell. ;The show willsbe held on the Ma Marine
rine Marine Terrace of the Yacht. Chib; and Val leature music by Lucile- Ascarraga and his ensemble. ,
MISS tAIONIGHT'S MOTS BOOK
Roger Vadim; once Married' tO
Bilgitte Bardot,' -is about ,to say
farewell,. legally, tO second
wife, Annette.- Stroyberg the themother
mother themother of hirchild After it short
stay here to publicize "The- Nak Naked
ed Naked ,MaJa,'' Ava Gardnt plans .to
go back to, Koine to star in an another
other another picture. She has Hollywood
offers, -but isn't in the mood to
make that scene Members of
the Cabinet,' thin 2 Secretary.. of
Labor Jim Mitchell will be the
ne)tt to ask the White House to
find a successor so he. can ,, re return
turn return to, private life TomnlY
Sands' management- got him so
much publicity in Australia that
other entertainers performing
therewho felt they were equal equally
ly equally importantstarted yelling l'uh l'uhfair!
fair! l'uhfair! Pretty silly, of course, be because.
cause. because. nobody was preventing them
from using the same tactics
Margaret O'Brien's, friends expect
her tO make the big twitch to
Broadviay in the 'PAIL They feel
she'll want tO work near Robert
Allen, her 'fiance, who hit lined
up job in the 4art department
of a New York ad agency. ,,,,,
Most news editors believe the
Eddie Pisher-Liz Taylor wedding
will sell niere papers thin any
hitching since Grace Kelly said
do" to, Prince Rainier, And
they fall &hen laughing at Lift
prediction that nobody will knew
about the ceremony until it's; all
Liz Whitney; ivho just bled for
diyorce from Dick Lunn, isn't 'apt
to be single for very long. She's
more than a little smitten with
Jimmy Drumm, a goodlooking se
tor...Rosalind Russell figures ",to
be' the least nervous of all the'A,
e t e I ' ' ;,,-
k 1 A
Use It on rice! tee how'
:dellaitie le Avith: tea' ;
AddMaggi Ketchup to .1
'fi fill: Your moils a n d
4 everybody be de-;:,,
' 41 ..
- 1, 1 .. ( - r
i 1 i, .) s.,
i r-' ( t
, .-- -, i ,,,,
Oorothy king' afie
calemY 'Award nominees. Jac
Warner's just given her the love lovely
ly lovely newsthut olAtmtie Mitme' has
become the highest-grossing cOme cOmedy
dy cOmedy in the history 'of motion 'pie 'pietures,
tures, 'pietures, doing better than $11,000,.
000 dothestically and $15,000,006
abroad. It's broken records in' al alpost
post alpost Overr city-4ncluding 'Ha
ida'itht Ravi,' one of 'the 'first
to entertain GI's' oVerseas,' will
plane to Ja Pan- this Subunit' to
make' the: soldiers laugh, .deSpitt
the fact that she's scared -of, tly.
ing ,,, George Oppenheimer 'woe
brought back by plane fromPalm
13each, where his new version of
"Babes in Arms'''' is playing and
bedded in New York Hospital with
a eas io Atepatitis..
Australian launching 'Wei will
te utilized by the l.LS.A for some
daring outer-mare attempts
in ,the lied three mOnthc..Marig
cHonald';gamed fol. her torsoo
hugging frocks, is sporting' two
gassers during herfersiattltoOm
engagement...1 Hoth 'designed by
Wilma, she Calls the white one
Saint' and the black (over Something:flesh-colored
that looks like
, The big talk from ToltY0
bout an .12-year-old Okinawan
singer named SuMiko YosoyamC
She's being voomed for, a eareer
011 Broadway .-or. in Hollywood,
and, if drone. renOrters Can be
believed, 'she'll tun into one of
the mostlImportant Oriental stars
in American historiGet 'ready
to 'see the, ladles of MOscow and
Leningrad in 'Ildotable flowered
bonnets; Both' Mamie and The en.
couraged milliner SallY Victor to
go Russia,,,, so she's goingin
a couplo of ',melts.
'Jackie- Gleason bait grovni an.
other,' big moustache so 11.'1' a
weentr bit incognito when he
comes into- lawn these' days. He
Lad, one last 'year, too, but shav
ed it off...Roseland havextended
!ts curfew to ,1:30,. ao Boa.'
tre.goers tan mambo for colt.
ple of hours after the show
citing lasting news:: Canthiflas
may make his Broadway stage
debut in the playr 'A Toy for
Carmen.",..Cay Starr ha sa pre pretegeDiek
tegeDiek pretegeDiek Summers, ,the produe.
tiOn singer at the Sahara in Las
Vegas. She thinks he's beaded
for the top 1m show,bil. 4;1
Harry ,Guirdino, who 'should
have been nominated for an Oscar
because of hip show-stopping per.
formance in "Housbeoat' (but
wasn't, mysteriously 'coon h),
ought to be Up for ail award next
vest tor his tharactrikation of
Red Nichols' guitarist-band. man.
ager in the upeemin "Five Pee.
nies.". ;, : (
Harlem admirers were sitocked
by the untimely passing. of,sing.
er Faye Richmonde,. who died in
childbirth at a Philadelphia hos.
otial Remember Ed Gardner.
the, comedian of "Archie' fame?
Vacationers retutning from Fuer.
to Rico say bets lolling on on:iol
the biggest yachts you ever w.
He figured out how to esc pe
froM-U.S. income taxes years a.
-prersBuRGH:..cupo-; t, The
spregue. the largest sternwheeler
ever In ply the,Mississippl, rested
at ,her moorings. todar
to take part in the city's bicenten bicentennial
nial bicentennial celebration.
tilig,IVIama," 'as the'grand old
river lady is affectionately knOwit,
was eased into Pittsburgh $alur $alurday
day $alurday by two towboatso which pro provided
vided provided the posver for the .hanul
from Vicksburg, otiose
The' 215-foot vessel,-,which 'has
been a showboat at 1 Vicksburg
since her replacement by diesel
powered boatso will iterVO the
same purpose during the bicenten
nial after some refitting at the
Neville Island dock of the Dravo
ItC1110ND, Va."' (UP1sY.,--Gov.
J. Lindsay Almond, white-maned
vetertn of hundred': political
wars, shrugged L off ati attempt on
his ,hfe today, but Prtsident ti tisenhower,
senhower, tisenhower, termed it a "shocking"
act by an obviOusly"'insatie -person.,"
' t. :
- Investigators said : they," vire
Pnearly certale,,thrsinknown gun-,
man svho fired' a 'shot 'at the 60-
year-ld Almond last PridaY at the
governor ,left;:ths executive:, inan inanition
ition inanition after; lunch ;:wat EL ardent
segrtgationist Almond has ,re ,received:
ceived: ,received: preateninc lettert,'..t tele telegrams
grams telegrams and telephont cant through throughout
out throughout Virginia's current turmoil oVer
schOol integration,' :
jsist going in go lisiing
,do the hit ,kan,", Almond
said; "If somebody knocks me ,off
there a gOod msecriady to tiki
My 'plate!! ,.
Re -referred To Gov. A; E..
Stephent, next,,in line of succe succePresfdefit"
Presfdefit" succePresfdefit" tisefiheWer bai4ct his
Comment, on news reperts from
Augusts NatiOnal Golf Club.
"The President thought It ; was
'shocking thing .and thst Only an
lestnt person lituld try anything
liki this 'hi the Vnited Statt,-. and i
that 'whoever the' persbn 'wat; by
his he did' a 4111i diseerv
IcktnoVonly,' 'the sta Vit VitJolt,
Jolt, VitJolt, but' to tht entire ,eountry,"
Hatter laid there hicrbein tio
tquest from Virginia Officials' Tor
, the, -Secret &vie. r.or- the, FBI
tO enter the case;,.'',.'
ihot wtt fired fro a side sidewalk
walk sidewalk behind' a clump ,of grubber
' lining anAron,,,fenee. a few
feet from thrtistntion,But polled polled,
, polled, Itollowt ;Who- raced
'to tht teene iould. find ()MY traces
of lead fragment left bY the bul bullet
let bullet tree He -alio Aund
a .imouldering cigarette On.' tht
.,Wilbur husky one-tiMe
private detectivt who now acts as
the .governres aide, said he
,, eauty ,
the held generation' wonien
May be Mie pf Antazone, if recent
growth a figures are consibered.
Then,-", as new,tall, "Amen Imust
learn to make the- most of their
height,- They shouldn't sthop ungracefully-,
to the level ofy Ott
shorter' friends Also, tin" wo woman
man woman Will be more. conifottable
a 'medium 'heel,rather than e flatA
heeled shoe because her brit?
bone itructure C11111 for Moro sup.
Woman' who weer' glasse bow
hive a broad selection, of flatter flattering
ing flattering frames or no framet lit all
via contact lenses. it is Impor Important
tant Important to select frames,, that are
up-to-date ), and,' flatter. your '''' fea features,
tures, features, beeause of their Shape or
color. "., 1
' It's nd tun to greet friends
strained, bleary yes. There are
many ways to void t.this
one I to use cottoo compresses
soaked with witch hazel pressed
over the eyes. Dashing cold wat water
er water or holdfng "cool compresses 'a 'asaint
saint 'asaint the eyelids also tignten
the skin and afresh the eyes.
Eye' exerelet many -not improVe
your Vision but they will relieve
strain. A simple ,onels ,to gaze
at distant' objects.' Another ektr ektrelse
else ektrelse is to roll your eyes to ,the
left, then to the right viithout
turning' the head. P
'4 ", q.
Teen' gent passing through
the, chubby stage -should ,ehoese
clothing colors carefully'. Colors
such as grayed blues and misty,
greens are more streamlined than
brilliant reds.'N,t,' However; don't
breaV-the color', line wink difier difierently
ently difierently ,colored accessories-
Dress tO scale., A petite yaung
lady can wear junior sized
Um of starting fashiens for tall
women. However; select, stirt
that is not overpowering. Short,
slender girls can wear full but not
circular skirts. :
Women with f oily scalps' may
feel that brushing Win (Mir stir
up trouble tor them.4, HoWever,
they should continue to brush
their 'lair to keep the oll eh
eulating freely.' ,Brush with ieis
vigor then it you' bad dry hair,
doubted the -would be assassin
would be found. Bid Walker said
he has received 1, telephpne- calls
from tipsters since the, shooting
and hopes they rosy connect, witto
threats received by Almond.
"We might be able to get ri'pat4-,
tern out ,cd Walker said.' t'I'Ve
got one or two in mind that I
wouldn1 put 'it past to try some something
thing something like this."
, Almond 't e I v brik numerous
threats- last fall after issuing or- '-
dere closing nine schools under
Virginia's now Avid :'massive
sistance" laws-to prevent integre integretion.
tion. integretion. Since -then,- be has received
threats' from ardent segregation.
ista protesting t' integration of
schools id Norfolk, -Arlington and
Almond has endorsed s new
plan to let individual localities in integrate
tegrate integrate their public schools rather
than abolish' therm a-
"They called me traitoreand
I guess sortie people think a trait-
or ought to be shot," the governor,'
said. '"Somebodyl, yaw!, taking a
potshot sit me. There's 'me doubt
about it. I knew it st,the
;v:::,i;- 'k 12,1,if
OVS ir ss;.
Six girls and seven boys were
born et Gorge, Hospital during the
Week' which ended Wedneaday,
eording to the hospital report
ing this ame rseriod, 65 Patients
were adniitted -and 58 were dis discharged,
Parents of the girls ars Mr, and
Mrs.. Frantisco Bustamante, of Co Colon;.
lon;. Colon;. Mr. and Mrs. George Par Parris,of
ris,of Parris,of Colon; Mr. end Mr.-Ralph
C., Stone, ottoce So lor,,Mt. and
Norman A. lose of Colon;
Mr.. and Mrs, George S. Spalding,
of Rainbow City; and Mr. and Mrs.
'Ayala Bailey, of Rainbow City,
, The boyi were born to: Mr:, abd
Mrs., Gustarius Foster, of Colon;
Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene S. Haig lin, of
FL DSVIST, Mr and- Mrs. William
C. Willoughby, of Diablo Mr. and,
Mrs,,,Theonhilua Wilson. of Colon;
Sol Ind 'Mrs. Fulgenclo Santiago,
of Ft. Gulick; Mr. and Mrs.,Cyril
Holt, of Rainbow City; Sfe,"and
Mrs.. Fernando Orsini, of, Ft Gu
,L LONDON,' April 13 (upli
French' Premier Michel Debre ar
rived here today to try to patch uP
France's disagreements with Brit,
ain over how to bindle the Berlin ,'
,,, Debra,- accompanied by Foreign
Minister Maurice ,Couve de Mal,
vibe, arrived by plane for hvo days
of cold war talks with prime Min Minister
ister Minister Harold Macmillan. :
Informed sources said
lan would try ,to sell Britaht's
oflexible" polity on Berlin to its
allies.'' Pilate aid' West Gentled':
ny tenaidet the British approach
. flt have -tome- here. to examine
the tnditions for the mutual sup supoat
oat supoat Britain and-France musi give
'each other,'!'Debre said in an air)
Matmillae and Foreign Secreta.;
ry Selwyn Lloyd were Pt airx
Port to weleomeDebre The French
-1,1romier elito was arromnanied irt ,
Pierre gobilleau,director AfriJ.
ena, affsirs ,ot the Onat d'Orsor;
This indicated discussinri of clo,ter,
Ancle-rrench-cooperation on the
eurrent upheavals la Africa whpre
both lave huge coldnial Interests.'i
MOSCO (UPI); Arnett.,
can Ice show currently playing to
standing room only crowds 111,7
Moscow scheduled a free perform.
slice for; 11.000 'Russian children
tOMOTTONC Officials of the shoo.
"Holiday Out Ice,", said the ape.
eial performance ',was arranged
because so manv Children were
unable tO buy tickets to the ter.
3101WAY, MTh 13, 1339 t
Tr! tiNULCAmmuckt '4 ill nourxDrprtiLlitY ritwg?"''
rt 1ff 01,
i the P d 11 th'
MEMBERS OP PAN AMERICAN 011tGANIZATIO Of Chicaro adm re anaman an o
Sra. Angela Muflos de Lew, conAul-general of P enema' In allegro.; to present to the Museum
ot Science and Industry for its,permanent collection of Pan American Day, April 14: The( doll
hag been dressed by Bra., A.aw, in mi,n pollera," a delicately-embroidered costume most pOpular fOr
national lestivals in Panamt.,Harmonizing antive Aewelry and an elaborate headda'eu com complete
plete complete this authentic version of the mPollera de Lujo." The "Fish Chain" worn around the doll'S
neck ig mbolle ,of the Abundance of fish- in Pa na.mit (IAft to right) Mrs.' Iris L. Corcuera, pros.
'dent. Pan AMette111 board of, education; Bra. M,uflos- de Lew.'ionsul general of Panama: Mr A.
Camacho, president, pan Alllerleall Council o Chicago;, find Mrs'. Howard Peterson. direcior,
Hospitality Center of Chicago. , - t.
Kobbe Officsri ';
, To Lunch Thursday ,'
, regular monthl :meeting of
the rort, Acobbe Officers t Wives
Club, -will" be "a luncheon it 1210
1 Thursday ifteration at the Kobbe
Officers- Club:- ,;4'
The guest speaker- will 'be
!vid Azearragi, a representative' of
Braniff Ait. Linei, who 'will idis
, cuss Cehtral and South' Ameri3s.
: will illustrate his address with
GENEVA,: April 13 (1.11'i)The
'United States, !Inside Britaiii
begin a, trudial hew round el ta113
today -on banning' nuclear iett.eit.
plosions, ,Butr, fresh SoViet
AngloAmericali policy castdounte
on -succeis Of the talks,
The six-Months-A talks were
recessed three .weekitage for
, Ambassador Jerneil ;J.:. Wads.
worth, chief of the American del.'
" egatioii- ahhounced NS; befere lb
conference' recessed tbsit 'Nye nave
passed -froM ,the ,threshbolit 61
gotiations to';11'fostage, 'at winch
positive- decisions are .required.'.1-
-A U.S. delegatIon spokesmin re refusedto
fusedto refusedto 'onfirm or, deny : report
the United States propose
only the Itohibition :of Aitomic
blasts '4911Sing radioaetive fallout,
But he-bald ViTadswortit would givil
- a briefing ifter today's
a move he admitted ..flnly hap.
rns when there. is. 'something
On the lime "day, three ,More
artIcles or possible4est, ban
treatyrwere' 'suddenly agreed .on
after ", winter.long: bickering,: HOP'
ever, the conference still-was ae aeriously
riously aeriously split over details 01 a
workable control system to guard
against rinlations of future tree.
,Yeterhay'S SoViet itatethent re.
traced,...the whole ,garillik of Bus.'
elan' 'attacks since the contereace
begat-Octi. lita It wee not a tilitUre
to encourage observers to foresee
a 'quick end te the negotiations, 4t
The Soviet statement, issued
Tess accused the United States
: and Britain of being in ho, burr
and of even' taking steps t hemp
" ; ,I(lHN MeELHElff, acting 'Clovernor of the' Canal Zone,
Is shown' presenting a resolution of appreciation to navy Cant.
. Carl' Z. Mott for hi; Service with,,, the Canal Zone Cancer,
, Mott,,,who is lea'ving the istlimus 'today tot a, ilew assign"
:,,,,',inenS ;in Wuhington, bas been s member of the Calmer coin
mittee, since bis arrival, in the ZwAe two years.' The ,resolution,
thanks Mott for his service and commends him for the time
he has ,devoted tco the committee, The Governor of the Canal
4 Zone is honorary chairman of the cancer committee Mott, who
, ia deputy chief of staff of the Caribbean 'Command, is joining
the faculty, of the' Industrial College of the Armed ;Forces .In
1 Washington, 4 ,,
Pei, Ile Relations Group
To Pleat Eduardo,. LIMUZII
Pat Tegidar Monthly,lhatiegion:
Meeting4 of-the Ameri Pub lit
Relations, Asociation will be held
tomorrow af 12:30 at -the ,,Pana I
" A ..
.duest speaker will 'be Eduardo
Lifiuza, assistant manger of the
Colon Free Zone.
,qtjins At Par lie
agreemAt,,en a nue;eai
weapons teat bah treaty 1, hie
Mokow, pholdrk signs
,';; rho, threh-weelCieeeis waS
td, alio llte4 delegations, th kw
turh' howl, lornituttw ,O tkebti
a pprinieht; but 'moat ,obsetvers',
tried. hefori the ,Big Fait Fnreign 1
Ministerl meet, here. in
1 i moue() CITY (101)-
lintrong earthquake toppled several
Old buildings in the ancient city', of
Cordoba yesterday. Shock waves
were felt; al far as Mexico Cito i
193 Ages Sway.
Dispatches from Cordobt 'Said
the tremor sent the Population lit
the city running into the- streite.
No casualties werir reported,
The Tucabay,a seismograph nta
tion said the quake occurred at
3 cm. and registered five in
the ,,Mercalli scale, which his
The' !bock, was lightl in
Mimic City, located northwest of
Pordoba, ',tropical city, of 33,000
' Cordoba was founded
n lela and contains some noted
1 eneM(Ples, of Colonial irchitecture.
smEttoNa ,TO CROW ABOUT
HEATHER. tngland, (UMA
brown jegborn'llen owned by LA.
ror bad something to crow about
toda.,. It aid 'an 7,sgg, h a t
Weighed -ball. pottnd:'.,
linttetialtirs to-ntert To:lorrchi
Vatilr6 Lcal Dritone, Plaids
, Toniorrow st s:15 is.rn the Rev.
Allan 'A-. Wentt, baritoner ,ann
Fran H.- Walters, 14.1111.11;;-Pianist,
present a-concert of ells
sical music at "the tinnal
',;$ Both, of these artiste are Pant PantManiak.ind
Maniak.ind PantManiak.ind owe thsir early train training
,Wentt;,who priest.ln-charge 'SI
St.' Alban's -Church, Paraiso is
planning-to complete. his musical
education at -the Juillfird School
of Music in NeW York City in Sepl
tember.-&., '' ." I
..,,Waltirir',vho is on s tour ,!iti
this- part,, of 'lb.- world conduCta
a school :Of' intl$IC in New York
gild bt returning therein the
The, prgrain :
folloWing selections A
Plano,SolO; sonata it O'bilitoi,
Opus 22, by- Schumann.
ilice! e, tuo tredevV, (Cruel For Fortune)
tune) Fortune) !ram the opereErnani", by,
Verdi: and !Willow rugitive- (Sri
Sion Paley; from the 'opera ,'"Ilero;
by blisanet, jhe Pit,
3''Itterson Will be. a e
Cis I t
mpan s , r
Sharp Minor, by, Menelstobn, add
t IOWA CM', Iowa (UPI) Two
outstanding young golfers and the
son- of University of Arioona
letic Directos Richard: Clausen
yesterday were mond liVeA Vino
versity of Iowa' studenta thuged.
The'etvin sttidents were West Wested
ed Wested Saturday in- connection with
the theft of easesof eon
drinks from Die Iowa City ,Elits
The itudeni; aro Charlei Clot.
set,: Tucson,- Ariz.: Jack Rule,
Waterloo, Iowa, former' national
junior,- golf 'champion and current
Iowa amateur champion; Bill
Hird -Fort Dodge,' Iows,' son.' of
Fort Dodge Country Cluis pro Bill
Hird Sr. Ronald George, ,Chero
kee, Letter Cutler, Grosse
Points, Mich., and-Meyer Hoff,
Highland Park,. t
Police made the arrests after
country club Manoter,Fred Carey
informed authorities of tho theft.
The si tudents appeared before
Judge 'Ansel Chapman,' who 're.
lased the youths on bond and
continued ; their Gesso two
and Ifird Attended
the University of Houiton laqt
year before transferring With'
University of That older
Clausen frmerly Will football
coach at' Coe College;
Ballada,! Opus' 10, -No.. 1, by
Sacred Baritone Solos: "0 Gott
Mete -Mercy" from -SL- Paul, by
Mendeissohn; "By The Water. of
Babylon"- by Oley Speaks; and
"The Lord11 -Prayer,",,b2
Ns!, Malotte. A
Plano Solos!' Scherzo,- B Minor,
Opus 20,'Ntictisrne, C Sharp Minor
Opus 27, No. 1 and Waits, A Fist
Major" Optia 42,1'all by Chopin. '-
Baritone Solos: '"Do You Re.
member?", by LevitsitYp
ment,", bit Russell; "Sea Fever,"
br Ireland; and 'HOrsnada",
Piano solost Cikke
wallt,"; "La Soiree- dins Gren Grenade";
ade"; Grenade"; and "Iardins sous la Plule''
all by' Debutsy.'
Spirituals: "Dovnt to de Itivalt"
by MacGimsty; "Hear de Lamb
aCryint?" arranged by Roland
Hayes "Oh, What A Beautiful Ci City1";
ty1"; City1"; arranged by Edward Been
er; and "Land nv Degradashun",
Ticket:1'4re one.dollar per per.,
Bose' may bsrProcur d bi
who wish' to be sponsored.' 'This
program ii for thelsonefit of the
-education of-these artists.
PCHLIO'HIATII itera ,loe a. conference- visit 'Mir allorei Locks. Dr.Abraham Borwitz, dire:tor' Of tho
ican Health Organization, is holm leading the group across the lock wall. Following him are Dr. Osw Ido Costa, represents.,
tive of Zone M of the Pan-Mnerican Sanitary Bureauv Dr., O A:, Pus Lime az, chief of the World Health Organization
group of experts assigned to Panama; Dr.,Pedro Acha, Pan-American Sanitary Bureau expert from Guatemala; Dr. Firmin0
de Oliveira Lima, malaria expert usigned to Zone M'Of the Pan4merican Sanitary Bureau: Dr. Stavros Malatatopoulost
medical officer &styled to Project I, Panama and Dr. Eric Osterberg, Oldef of Preventive ttledicine and Quartuatine,- Canal
Zone. - ;-
IT'S HERE! The
.H......:,:. -::::..::.,..,1t.'.ii...tij..p ..';.ecis.;.::t.d .10 t.nit. ::,,,,. :''.'i.'':,:!".
;:i UGGL i.: if:1., S.0)N.:!T WH,IRL IT),
See Phcohigrapha In the lateAt Life Magazine!
Get It at U.S. Price: $100 only!
, COME TO
MORRISON'S LEWIS SERVICE
i'4th of 4tily Tivoli Ave. A
corner of J St. 26 St.
I' , 'CASA
: Storei In Sta.
7 i 0 ,-,-,Pra :,-t-4:' Ilei''''''
" Fots, the convenience ot,
our clientele, .1,4
,' Ilse beyanirs' Dias, Benet
expert will attend tereonsii
to the tuatemees requests en
,,' easily oonaultations. She will
,, at itoilea 'Femme Helms.
. 4oril 434--flaten Tant. Aarli
4: NnVedlidell Catalina,' April
Almaten rune. April 101.
4 ad rt., Campbell ,na April
17, at this city et Colon.
CIA!: 641 k,11D
,:pitaro qUality band ,'
' Opis yu will find all
L types for all usisa;Irditi
screwdrivers t giant'
,wienchel. And evety ,ne
,, 'is designed 'to 'give b-ettet,
, safer,lonser SerVice.
' Come in and let tia help you
7 PROTO' means
P A ITA M A T
, PHONE 34550
EE WEEKLY RAFFLE
, ',,,,' -,
' Altimin Garber
' Lastenit di Ortiz
Elba di Toiar
Makrgarita de Sarranco
u Jet us
ArrANb.,:s. make it
,,, Mr. Comfy
P)L1D ( 4))
looms AND' MIAOW
04. 004 Meat
and win in our
Paula de iorlin
Elsa de Monzd )
YOUR MONEY FREE
& Delivery Service.
paLgolr....T .,,,, 'tap.
-' - 0..--,0 .,,,, ,,,,
io, Ts ,o,i,,,,,011-
. :4 k ,,,',;, V -, b,
, o, i,...6,, .,..,..,a, .,,,,,,,,
, Lrg.4.5'tij, .
, Ake ,, ii ,, r , 4 ,
rho' OLOoiture anti g(omO gam' i'sh;oog Stott
4th of July Ave, & II At. Tel. 2-0723
,- ',... --
1 rlera rtsr-7! 7'K 4 , ;''' ',',','-'7'-','-:,4',-;:-, -' ',., - --. --,- ,2- ', TEM PAWL& 'avellICAN -- AN INDZIWENT ,IIIILY Ntwus,Prit ,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,.- .. .
I -,. -- :-'-',,z, t-'7-1,-,,,,v7..:r-,,,,,,,,-,.,.--, .. ,,,,,-,,11,-,-;,.,, .-i- (::...,.. ,-,',.;z, IX "1,1. .' 1 '; '",'"'''''.''''''''. .... ,71 ... ile: ..,..., ,,' ,-, da' ; -r-,..:- .,... .. .: 7,, 11, ,,, t:7..,:. , ,..,., ,,,,- ..,,!..:.. ,,,,, ,,,,:: ,., ,,,,, ,,,. Ir. 7 ,,. ... , ,,, .1, ,,, ,,, , ., .:,..::. ,,,, 0, pt .... ':-, .r, 7 .,:---,-,. ,,,,, ,.,,,.., ...: .:.
ti.I't ::::r -t,T, -At4 7,1. ,,,, ..u,, ,.:,."','),;,-,, ), '-' ,3'. ', :;1.,4itir.,
41 A Ai ' , "---r' --- .'t ,,,, -4, ",
, Vi p . .,. .,,ty,
, e i, rali,1 ,
, . ,..
''' .'. .'' '-''' e i c tis:., ), I. u a- v- ---------"A
1 ------ -- --
a, 0 a ...,., ,..
.,,.... ,,,,, ,....,
' atinell''': 'I1Z-Z Ina-'-' ''Ian I" '.'.;:::'':-i - L -1i,ile.,,:. ., I i, ,...
- t!,' r T 4 L.. : 1-
TE2 PANAMA 'allfinICIN AN IllfDtr'LVDrifT'111111,1 NIWSPAP111
0 V in g 111
St a n ce,:,:L
, '-i :
DeSobst 'is ;
IV ;1. Pct GS
:4 t 0 1,000, ;-
' 0 '1.000 S1
t 0 1,000
t -;-1-.000- 2;4
Magda 'link' 'forced ,Itemon:I at. the
niatc tad Was liniselt," totped
second mnpik- very ,unusialcplay.
t: Jules smashed .4- roller ',towatds.
the.box.,itorten deflicted'the ban
jutt, barely touching it.1: rattan
who', was ,Iteaded,:towardt ;',.second
threw himaelf at the ball anti: whils''',,
lying fiat" on,' his' back, ttrelal'':,.,
strike to Reid ',toir,ering ,second
baie,,for ,lotte: oute,' 4
,,-: 4 4 ', 'NI : :
':,,LThe box score' : ' ,'
cheita, 'thou; scored a rik
George ,Batea-i grounded put to
third base., Qs the throw,,to' first,
Barnes, oceijor the- plate.,,,IFirst 4, :
sacker ;,..1.oe, Grady...Area a ) strike' t, f t,,
tO home' with iiinpirt,Mary, Meth.
ney 'first Calling Barnes out,. then
immediately reversing his decision
',--- The : Heidquarteri bunch. ;charg- ;;,,i -oil
ed 'the, umpire ,enmasse; ,- ,but, tho' ',:":,':,;',,.
call: stood...,". The: Yt., 1Cobbe!tenter,,; .----4 ,,,t, 'i ;
fielder--expressed ;his-, disipproVal : :--,!;0,1.
of the ',call vociferously, and was :!-;;,',
PP:MI:lily 4-ithOmbed-'',. -out i. oP ..the,1;,'2,-,,,t,,,,";
"gonl, The-Winning run:then -icor., ,,, f,',-.
.ed; en John ',Shovel's sharp ", single '' ' ,:
,to' left '--; ,, '- -- '-- ,- 4
iWinning, hurlevAl Atismuh" wao 4 ''
iharo with-his Control, walking 011,,' !-;,
ly,one ;111,tjirobbe-i batter,;,,Losing ,-.1,.':'
piteher,'-Joe" Chambers- pitched.hie ,i'''
best; gehMr, et:, the ?, tournamentL, -tt.
and t optoit;heil 'A u splikst tor -, ;1; v,- ',
the greeter ,partjet thelame. : , -, : r'1-
'',, -'-''' L 'f ..'; !,4.. ''' ,,,, ,. ., : .; ',':,:i, .: t :42
, Albrook :Alrll'i :770th -it, '. Sind '''''' ''''
previded -music fir, the' -eliittiipion--1;"' '''
ship 'conteet.klinmedisitely follow- ':',! li; IP
ing the-' game, '14.X01., Clarence '-', '.
A-- DoleYi Base,,ExertItive :Officer -; ,,
the ,IffliMerif and -riutnerup- team.; 'r .,
Individtml Awaritii' of Silver .serv' '','
ing troy.- were :awardeti" to ',pop, .
Neither the Milwaukee Braves
nor the New York Yankees has
lost a game but a look at the
standings shows that each has
ground to make up. The Giants'
three-game sweep of the St. Louis
Cardinals gave them a half-game
edge on the Braves and the White
Sox' three-game wrapup of the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers has earned them a
one-game lead over the Yankees.
Cepeda, the National Leaglie
rPokie of the year in1958 when he
hit ,3121 delivered the key blow in
a 6-3 victory yesterday after driv driving
ing driving in four of the Giants' five runs
Saturday night. The Giants bad
- rallied to tie at 3-3 on Willie Mays'
two-run triple but the score was
' tied when Cepeda went to bat
with two out and Jim Davenport
on base in 'the ninth.
The 2I-year-old native of Ponce,
P.R., promptly snapped the tie
with a triple that out the Giants
ahead. 4-3, and Feline Alou follow follow.
. follow. ed with a homer that gave them
their final margin of vittory.
Lollar, who is bitting .533 anti
has driven in five runs in three
games, droVe in two rung yegtsr-,
,: day as the WhiteSox heat the Ti Tigen,
gen, Tigen, 5-3. Lollsr 110 three,N biig in
,:' each of the White Snx' first tivo
J.Yictories snd has made eight safe
tieir in 15 tries.
The world champion Now York
'Yankees finally- not underway
- after two reins.auts and beat the
Reston Red Soy. 3.2, on Wnrld
Series hero Rob YurleY's two-hit-
, ter and the Les Angeles Dodgier
i:, defeated that Chicano Cubs, 5.3, in
the Mit ether games.
' Al Worthington., who took over
b the eighth inninti Picked uPthe
San Francisco victory after left
Mike McCormick yielded three
runs and six hits in seven innings.
: 'The Cardinals scored all their runs
hi the first inning aided by errnrs
by Alou: Cepeda and Andre Rode Rode,'
,' Rode,' era hut Vinegar Bend MI74 enum
not hold the lead against the bard bard.'
.' bard.' hitting Giants.
Lollar singled home a White Sox
,;".-tun in the first inning and then
,, scored on rookie Norm Cash's first
,; major league homer bitt the Tigers
pricked away at Dick Donovan un until
til until they drew even in the bottom of
A.' the fifth. The White Snx took the
lead right back in the sixth on Jim
Landis' triple and Lollar's single
and, added an insurance run in Or
t eigntn on two srrors and Al
' Smith's sacrifice fly.
, Norm Siebern, playing his first
:'..rame at Yankee Stadium since his
losing duel with the sun in the
fourth game of the 105R World Se SeNet,
Net, SeNet, bomered in the eighth to get
,..;.:;thei defending chamnions off to a
!!,L suceessful etart. Turley didn't
a hit until Pete Runnels doll doll.bled
.bled doll.bled in the seventh and wasn't
touched for the second Red Sox hit
,.:. until Vic Wertz singled with two
nut In the ninth. Singles by Siebern.
Yogi Berri, Gil McDougald and
Mary Throneberry produced a 2-0
...I.:Yankee lead in the first inning.
Don Demeter's two-run seventh
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORIC, April 13 (UPI) ;.. Themotent
bats of Orlando Cepeda and Sherman 'Lollar have
NM. ati 9a
the unbeaten San -Francisco Giants and Chicago
White Sox off and running today in three starts to
k take the edge off perfebt getaways by the favored
inning double Of The Dodgers a ahead,
head, ahead, 4-3, and, -a double by Gil
Hodges and a single by Ron Fairly
produced an insurance run in the
eighth. Johmly4 pippstein,' who
pitched the middle threet, innings,
gained credit for the win although
Clem Labine finished Labine
allowed two hits and one-walk and
struck out one in his.three frames.
Altar Again Faces
Problem 01 Picking
From Derbv Coils
Sy TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK (IIPI) Devil
Diver or Shut 'Out, First Land Landing
ing Landing or Ato 116"
Seventeen years ago, Eddie Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro had a choice between' two
Kentucky Derby mounts Devil
Diver or hut Out. Re picksd
Devil Diver and .wound lip fifth in
the derby. Shut Out, ridden -by
Wayne 'Wright, won the classic.
It was one of the few times. in,
his long, career that,:','heady- Ed
die" guessed wrong...
Now, with this year's derb less
than three weeks away, Arcarb
finds himself in similar dileni dileniMa,
Ma, dileniMa, He won, the Gotham Stakes al
Jamaica Saturday witli' Atoll on4
admits the Elkcam Stable coil
"ran a belluya Jitee.But )Eddie
also has a soft spot in his' 'large
heart for First Landing, last
year's juvenile champion and,. an another
other another stictn eatuliciatei for 'the
derby.. ''''' ''
Both Atoll and Firlit, 'Landing
are expected to 'run in ;held Sot Soturday's
urday's Soturday's Wood Memorial New
York's final test for the derby.
The horse Arcaro picks for the
Wood undoubtedly wiil bev his .dep,
by mount. But which one will it
I wish ,I knew myself," Eddie
conlessed4Sundak"I only hope I
pick the Wight' oni."
To Ride in Prop
Arcaro may have more to say
on the subject Monday after he
rides First Landing in a six-furlong
prep for the Wood at Ja'
malca. First Landing wasn't too
impressive-- during- a 4hree-r3ee
campaign in Florida, losing to
Troilus in the recent Flaring
If the son, of Turn-Th puts in
another' poor race- 'Monday, Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro probabl"willtitring'7,along
along with Atoll in the Wood. But
if First Landing wins, Eddie- will,
be right baek' where he was Id
1942-4rying to 'choose between two
strong deny hcipefills.-
In the Gotham, Atoll acooted
home three-quarters of a legnth
ahead Of Intentionally, the. (Mo (Moon
on (Moon choice of a rainy-day crowd of
34,317. Opeh View, a stablemate,
of the 'winner,' fioished .third. live
lengths farther back.
, TAOsTDDAAyYt 60 Oc.
DRIVE IN 30c,
CLMSIC LEAGUE ENDS 1
" Won Lost
Marlboro 6412 43'y's
Seymour Agency ,, 56 52
Agewood 48- ;
Carta Viejo, 4712 6012
1 Leading averages--Balcer' '197.
Pepe Damian 192, Colbert 191.'
Leading SeriesMelanson, 677,
Kunkel 660 Colbert 659
Leading High GameBest 258,
Lane 258, Colbert 257,, Baker 256.
Leading Team Senes Melanson
256. Marlboro 2959, Cann Vieje
Leading Team GamesCarta
Vieja 1096. Marlboro 1069,
Agswood 3,Marlisors 1.
Agewood finished the Stil$011
with a bang whn they spanked
the newly crowned champs,. Marl Marlboro,,
boro,, Marlboro,, for a 3 to 1 count. This edge
for the Agewood kept them. out
of the cellar, finishing third by a
slim margin of one-half point,
Ted Schmidt of the Marlboros
waited 27 weeks to come up with
the best night of bowling, when tie
hit 209-222-2M for a 631. However
Schmidt's good bowling, went
wasted, because Bud Balzer, the
high average champ of the loup
had his Agewood lads ndling con consistent
sistent consistent scores.
Lane 155 159 174 4U
T, Damian 237 169 147 552
Blind 150 150 150 450
Schmidt 209 222 200 631
P. Damian 181 200 118 569
Total t32 899 859 2690
Gleichmann 225- 157 160 542
Graham 202 158 204 564-
Albritton 157 202 182 541
Fistonich 192 166 168 526
Balcer 211 --, 168 197 576
Totals 987 1151. 911 2749
Soymour 4 Carta Viaia 0
Although the Seymour Agency
had second place clinched', and al although
though although they had no chance for
first place, they went-out and
Clobbered' Carta :Vieja for alt
four pointA: 1 '
This clean sweep was Ver? cost costly
ly costly to the Carta Vieja quintet be because
cause because it shoved them into last
place, where the Rummies will
rest until neat season--
Seymour won the first game by
one pin, and apparently that -broke
the backs of the-Carta Vie be because
cause because the other remaining games
were runaways or the Seymours.
Earl Best and Dick Soyster
closed the season with their best
nights in the loop. Earl Clicked fdr
a 640 and Dick 602. Pichhitter
the Carta Vieja lineup, Humber Humberto
to Humberto De Luca wet the best the Rum Rummies
mies Rummies had to offer, a 560.
208 201 231 640
170 201 157 528
' 143 177, 169 .489
k 146 184 173 503
196 178 228 602
'863 941, 958 2762
Vescio 191 184 '169 ,544
De Luca 168 192. 200 560
Burgoon 141 149 '175 :465
Rudy 191 182 '149 522
Melanson: 171 179 169 519
Total's 86i 886 862 2610
Ferry West wound up the 1959
season with nearly every West
Virginia basketball record.
ROS1 ISOM 'type la
Syracuse (NEA) Paoli Rose
and Fratide Rytt Meet in a na nain
in nain Syraeuse on Apr. 10.
, u P i
IrODAY ENCANTO 3 -20
'' Audie Murphy in
"THE QUIET AMERICAN"
-,, Meiling Hayden in
igterror of Teta Tort"
CONCERNED --n Milwaukee Zraves looked like anything !Mit
National ,Lesgut champions in spring "'Whitton gamea,' and no
one showed,it more than Manager Fred Haney.
- ThE Miaml'Herald)t
ISecoad of a Series)
, By RUSS' HARRIS 2
Bill Herta& Is-easily the most
outspoken jockey 'on the t subject
of unfit horses in, thoroughbred
lie has iwo good reasons for it.
Firs Hartack never..for never..forget
get never..forget a certain filly who habituaity
ran "sore" in New Jersey. t. He
rode her and von with her., as he
has with many other sore-going
But one day the filly was'
unlit to t
werso than usual during the,
warmup peried ilhe couldn't One ve
maintain hor balance. Hartack "I think
refused to ride her and she wag even to I
scratched by the stewards. er.. 'On sore
As Hartack recalls it, "The fessional
trainer refused to speak to me for fled to at
a week after that except .to ,say, ,"If the
'The vet okayed her.' The next soundness
time the, filly started she -had a drawing :
different rider. She finished next ly up to
to last broke down just after Cross-. 'TO whi:
ing the wire. Fortunately, no one top traini
got hurt,mostly because the fit- "The jc
ly was so,far ,back in the pack. much Say
"But what would' have happen- ing now 1
ed it I had ridden her, and Just instead c
say she responded better and, was rules.'
up front in a drive when she broke
down. ,She might ha've taken: two '
or three other horses down with
ter. The day I saw, her fall;.- I nc
made up 'my mind that I'd never
ride a horse I thought-was dant danterous."'
erous."' danterous."' -
The seeond reason for Illartaek's
adamant stand on, sore-horses- is 161
this: 4 r
Herta& knows he can :stay on
top onl by remaining IC winner.
He can't, maintain a good'winning
average ff he 'rides -unfit horses. ,--
Hartaelt adds: ,
"it's possible to ride an Wit '
horse 'end nurse. him to !educe NEW '1
.the hazard. 'But I'm not riding Lone, and
that way. I ride all my mounts, two unsui
to' win. And if an unfit horse Is' Brownie
, put to a drivo, that doublet. ,tho nunehes
-dormer of his breaking down." Ilight bt t
'' 'Who should have the final 'ley Lane,is
ron whether horse is fit toritee? scheduled
Says Hartotk:, "The Jockey mitst be bmadc
have the lost word. He's the one ally by p
who's risking his neck. He's ilea. v-iLasionne wa
position to sense if the horse is from him
dangerousi by his stride encl.!, his 1 contend
disposition while warming up
fore the race. frieftheor :fa:
"A horse' coal 4olk. to a veteri- at pro b
hariau and, tell him where he tive, of N
hurts. And don't care, how good
a veterinarian is, -or how many -W. edncsd
year:: he spent in college, he; can't televised
look at a horse and tell ,Ithesffit
to run.", , adelphia
JoekeY ntris".1togers addn'ion Llama Of
port to this, belief': ,"The vet Islet Beach,F1
on the horite. tHesan't feelwhat for the: se
he's doing. A jock can feel a Jar .;
when a herse is, not going' right"! amazing :
Adds Jockey!. With., will be t
"Nino times ,out of 10 rely, debutAll
on the'vet's word if Ism 'uncertain. aloe reel
about, storso's. tontlition. But a straight 1
rider van .4 nearly alWays,1,. One Of.'241
whet.. bprs4t. :$,,,lingerous., And Corioe 0
no locket ,in, his right -mind will nn4 th:
ride a dangerouitherse.",r..,s,',- hie status
Gullsrekm, Park, Iteword 113' Alstthl
Pons says,01 can:t go'olong nOn-televil
the idea the .',the jockey .'attould Tueticloy
should bilvt,,thelinatewor04,,,,it I4 pair
boy has been "ridingji, ,certain weights.
horse,:and familiar, with hinto.
he may advise the veterinadon. Pao.lettilk
But jockeys,,,can imagine tit:ago rounder. Al
which', arent 1.", neeessadlY trues m"dalf)
The. veterinarian. lissA, been trout big Bo .1
od to do the Job. Ninety-nine times Ilace.f
out of a 100 I'll lean toward the
: vet's recommendation in decidleg
whethei gi horse is too gore to
, IC, D. Clawson, 'paddock
terinarian ,Gulfsteam, has this
to'sayi "c ti $ 11',$
"There ire someinitances where
you can rely on 1 jockey's word
on his mount's fitness., But we
certainly' can't leave up the jock-,
ey the final decision on whether
a horse should run. Why? Be Because
cause Because there -probably aren't 'more
than Waif 'a. dozen jockeys who
have enough knowledge of horses
and enough independence. of their
employers to say that a horse is
unfit to race."
One veteran of the turf says,
"I think you're making a mistake
even to print the idea of jockeys
lin sore horses. They're not pro professional
fessional professional men; they aren't' quali qualified
fied qualified to speak, on the subject.
"If there is iiny question of
seundness, the decision, on with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing a horse should be entire entirely
ly entirely up to the veterinarian.
, 10 which one of the nation'i
top trainers adds:
'The: jockeys already have too
much aay in the game. We're rac racing
ing racing now under the jockey's ruies
instead of the Jockey C I u b's
t NEW YORIC (UPI) -- Kenny
Lane, ancl-.Johnny Busse, the test
two unsuecessful bidders for ,J4ie
Brownli lightweight 'title, trade
punches it los Angeles Friday
night bi the- week's best fistiO of offering",
fering", offering", ,"
Lane,11 'an 8-5 favorite for the
scheduled, 10-rounder, which will
be bmadcast and televised melon melonally
ally melonally by NBC-
Lane, a ,fast-punching southpaw
from Muskegon, Mich., is the No.
; 1 contender.- in' the 13kpound di division
vision division while Busso is ranked
fifth. Lane 'hart lost only six Of
81, pro bouts and Busso, na:
tive, of New York, has a 35 81
record' for 4,f-starts. '
, -Wednesday night's t n'ationatly
, televised r (ABC) fight will pit
heayweight Sonny Listok'el Phi),
adelphia' against Cleveland', Wit'
Hams of Houston, Tex,-, ,at
fleach,q1c Liston is a 2-lichoice
for the: scheduled 10-rounder.
'who has 'scored an
, amazing 34 knockouts in 44 fights,
, will be Making his national TV
dehlitAiston alsoAtts afi impres impressive
sive impressive record:, He, has-- won 'le
straight bouts and-114100st 114
, one, of, '24 outings.,
, ortli,,Who' Iranktd ,s se.
end, la the' lightweight 'class, risks
his status 'against '19-year-old,,Lth-'
ny ,MattheWcof Philadelphia in
nen-televised scrap atl'hiladelphis
Tuesday' eight. )
A4 pair of 'promising' ;' heavy heavyweights.Billy
weights.Billy heavyweights.Billy Hunter :of' oDetrott
'and Alonto, Zolmson,
Pa.Zcollide:, in ja tcheduled 4? 10-
rounder A st' Nicholas-?Arona
Monday .,-Tlight. Hunter outpomted
big Bob Baker 'in hie last appeals,
Th" ; 'Stud Maqui's classy Chilean Chileanbred
bred Chileanbred outer Quidico yesterday con confirmed,
firmed, confirmed, his distance loving prowess.by-racing
to a rela,tively coy
twe-and-one-half victory the
$3,000, added one mile end one
quarter', Natienal, Guard' ; Classic
at the; president,,,, .ltemon rice
The' our-jear;old eheitnut : son
of Taimado-Mliyam broke feat
and 1"was, rated $' alongside, fast
Criticri ,and y Medi()
to the, backstretch Where Quidico
forged i k" Itot front and quickly
opened e, winning. margin 7which
margikitich he easily,ludd to thei
El Tunchl moved r. up 'on :the
backstretch arid graduallyA die dieplaeed
plaeed dieplaeed first Siete' y Medici then
Critico 'ip. the runnerup, position positionand
and positionand was next, best.41e, wound tip
two ,lengths to 'the good "'of Siete'
y Medio hen, theiatter- game on
again lor,a, home-stretch ,bid.
Constantino, a distant trailer for
the ,first fourlongt; tiosed, "Pitt
brilliant but belated ruse. ,to
grab fourth plate monek. 4,intor 4,intormal
mal 4,intormal -Critico, Playboy, Horacio
and,' Cheyenne trilled tir,--tnat
,QUidico, which, received, e tow
petent ride 'frc,m1 Jose Talavera,
returned $4.80 to win,, and $3 20
place. The, Quidico-E1 Tunchi, One Onetwo
two Onetwo combination paid- $18.60.
Tuti Frutiled the upsetters with
a $45.60 payoff in' the ,third tact,'
Other juicy. dividends 'were San
Vicente's $11.80 and'Brote's Si&
The San Vicentt-Tingat quhtiela
returned $864-4ope for,
and. Braulio Baez shared saddle
honors with An victories each-
' Immediately, after the 'atart of
the classic, loud eXploilon in the
men's room,under the main' grand grandstand
stand grandstand startled the lane After the
race,, 'black' smoke. spewed,' from
the, room and, investigation '.dis.
Sosed that ',it'', ,was.. a nuisance
bomb which eaused no damage,t'
' A 4'
1Greco $4; i ,
. S ECIND RAC I )
I.-Falange PAO; $2.80 I:
(Greco-lalange). $8,40 !-
1Tuti Intl $45,60, $8.80
FOURTH RACE ',
1San Vicente $11.80, $7.60
' Quinieta: $864
1 FIFTI'' RACE
1San Vicente $11.80, $7.60
, FIFTH RACE
1-,-FrattchiqUite $6.60 ,,,
2,-.Nto Place ,Betthig
' fSIXTH ACE
1Brote $13, $5.60
-" Second Delphic $46.$0
My Chree'$3.60,, $2.20
2Pecas Filches 42.40
' NINTH RACE
1Quidico $4.80,- $3.20 1,
.2E1 Tunchi $3.80 17-,
,:: 'TENTH RACE
14loman $6.40,- $3.80 ;
EL EVE NTH' RAC 1
14Estardillo $6.80, $5.20 .-
2Dona Flora $3.80,
" Onelwet :$24:40 ,1
Sin Center Theatres
, Errol Plynn,',, revor iloward
.0TnE RooT 01P1 HEAVEN',
, dinemaScope & Color ,',,
' Note:, Starting 'riffle."'
1 eoefi NOLO 10
A Jayne Mansfield
"THE SHERIF OF ,
, ERACTURED JAW7
' 4 I' 'n 3an Ste rling
71,11th' SihOot Confidential"
Jack Palanee I
1' t Barbara'Lanit
' try Cinemaseopet
, PARAISO 11:011
illIctot, Mature '-'L1 JITI,
I "CHINA DOLL
',SAN I4A CRUZ 10
"AFFAIR, IN ELrNto"' Ind
14TRAIN TO ALCATRAZ'
I, CAMP OTERO' k 1;011
, Trank Sinatra
. ) Toni Curtis ,,,,'
,"KINGS GO FORTH",
, ."""""""owee., ,300pm.o....s., rft...... ,..........01...m.mgoo.00
,S ,,,, 41 ,,
if i 1
..-.. ,., .1, ,..., -; :Editor: ,CC.NRADO SARCEANT. .;:',- ----,',' ',':
San Francisco :
St. Louis .'.
f I :.41' ,,, 4 ,, ., l' .... ., 110'
,,,,,4 4 ,," A 4 ..,,- 1
re..:,, 1 471 i 1 ti 4 ,Alfril' Allf4i
AMOS ..: '''''': ., : f''''. ,1 4 Z. t ,:',..:;' ',7: ", ..::.
, k ,.'s '1 ,,,:,', t, .. ..,mre D ,e,-,we -41 -,-- '
Ssn' Ftantisen;:: 0011)20 003-;i4 13 ',1-
St. Limit 300 000 000.'4' 't!
MeCormteito Weittnatton .'41-0)
and Sehnlidt.k.:! ,'",'
Sis)11, int Ir.. y
, ,,-.. ,,,
ttni'Angeles'': 000 200 210-3 f00)
Chiesgo 003 000 0(-3 a -0
- Kottfit' Einstein (1-0), L000
Phillips (071): .11abhie Egon
and Nieman .,,ratimp- ,,,
3 0 1.000- ,,
2t...0 :UN ;3
1, 1., ,-.500
0 : 3 'A..000
0 3 ,.000
d G -
- Open dat
hillwaultee at Pittsburgh
.(Postponed, cold and snow)
;Cincinnati at Philadelphia
(Double, postponed,. rein): :1
S-Sgt. RICHARD G. 'SHAIIIIR'
MS.' Army Signal Service'.from
Quarry Heights ivonAhe 1909 l'Alr
Softball -title. at Albroors ,Beam
Stadium Saturday ,night, coming
frinn behind to 'eke out a thrilling
3-2-decision:Toyer Htl, and lig Com
panyi lst Battltproup of Irt. Ko
1.13;4Army Signal Sery. 4.,1
-and Ho Coe 1st Bat GIL -rg "-
Signal ,Service,3 'behind 4,thea--, 13
strikeout chucking of fireballer Al
Ausmus, proved their- right te,the
1059 Panama Arnied Foreet Vont VontPally
Pally VontPally Levet 4 Softball crown bY
coming fron61 2-1 deficit tO edge
out Ueadquarters Compitny-in the
7tli inning of the.' champlimship
game. Had -Headquarters COmpa COmpany
ny COmpany the contest; it wolild'Inve
forced an additional playog game.
,' Joe Chambers' held' the champs
tompletelr at t bay, alloying on:
ly 2 hits:and 'a run over the lost
6 innings, whilt his ,Headquarthrs
Company trate, battered Ausmus
for- 5 solid hits,' two 'by, shortstop
Jim l'arrell,A -,,
-4,Signal Wrapped ,up the contest
in' the bottom of a M'rhubarb-fillItb
inning as Mirimi Barnes
singled to center, moved' to third
at Gene Barashes .was 'sift 'Ok
LOYD tirro JOSEPH
Standings ? L Peti,
Mauricio ,, 8 4- 661
Baby ,Arango 7 4 627
Pine Sol -, '5 383 1
Cerveza Balboa.' 0 11 .,000
,Irlashing the form. which' made
them .1958 phamps, 'Pine Sol, in
their, final 'game ;,of the..' yeti
tumbled Dipal it 2 last Thurs..'
day before-the largest crowtd et
the .setson 'at Santa Rita.
'The win' wis the firet, for the
Pests in three; meetings- -against
Dipal but,it; couldn't halte Como
at a inoreo Unwelcome.: time, it,
marks' the D ia Jetta tnird
straight defeat and dropped, them
froth Abe leadAnto third. place.
: Cocky Eduardo Morrell 'lett the
way., for the Disinfectors allow
ing three hits 'and smashinct, A
homer ,over the lettlield 10
annexing his fourth., victory;,,.!, He
walked Mho batters and fanned
five.," Carlos (CatiliuM) Rolligan
went the'route for the, losera,Zile
fanned four and passed five'''. in'
eyening his recorof at, -L
Pine Sol, scored I, run inthe,
first. when',Parris", walked, stole
second 'and tcorid'' 'oh Alfonso
Peterkin's double- to '-'righC 'In the,
second Morrell hit his first .rnund 1
tripper, of, the 'season.
A base onballs to "Itookle'! Far,
rell, a double by 4,-Filney,,, ,Dan",
Reid, in' the right -field atand and
Peterkin's line to
center 'accounted for Pine, loll
'final Inarkers in 'the fifth.
Morrell lost his -shutout In'. '''the
sixth.' ,After getting pitcning
opponent Halligan, altE-. A Y1700
center), ,ht passed Reyes anti
Manager ,rairts 'sent ', t
left "lield And, 'brought in. ',Rudy
loyncb' who gave up a, :Uri. scormg
Jose ',, Renfon and' ,-, then
hit Curry Cordoba( on the heed.
Morrell ,leturned to? ,the' mound
and issued a walk 'to Isbatt'inrcr
Mg' in the seconcr
;,,Chicago (NEAl Whenllooi
to Boot, Won the $100;000 AMeti AMeticoo
coo AMeticoo Derby st Washington.' Perk' in
1928, the, theck 'to the" winner
bounced, but was;subsenuentt
xosion.,4..,,,, MO Vie 2pQ-4:2
Ir:ruritY 01 fnd
eititago!',--;: 190 001' 01 ;
..0)1:' 001,, Arito,a9;;099.4Lown:,171,;12
dolphi.lhai-v and Lollar: .
,-' Lary ...(04X,Morgan,. Snare. and
(rostpmedi.rain and 'cold)
(Daub le, postponed,:yahl)
,"::',Totois :', ,''': ,:,'S r ,, ',:
Pine ",Soi ,:: :t 1:0 0 2'0
Dipil ;' 0 0 0 ,0 0- ; 1
7 IP Mt
0 : 0
3 4 ,of
e 0 ,W94,11)
0 0 'i.119;ilitl
ErrOra:, Parris ,2; Gittep4t ',, ,",. a
Itemon',''' kitbag, ,'ildme
Aura 711orrtli.1.11treol3BaseT 7,,of4$,.
' Peterkirt,'" Ttso! Basor,;:.,,4,,dh
Teterkik Beld,' Stolen' Base:, :
Parris;, ,Crodoba. lilt -,",Btasmatit', "7: ter.
Cordobaq ,by :Ipy'neb.4Double: Playt
Firrell-Parris-Ofttenst- Wil44 pitch'
Mor, rill '1. ,Base'.0nBalli'. BY,Morj,', Ivor
rel11: By '11ollitri Sok Struck', Out: t
By, Morr)11,5rBy 4 Earn-,
ed.,Itunst' Off:Xorrell 2;',.011 ,i;c.
litan Barrows ;, and :,r7,
Cumberbatch, .;'!! 4;.!. "'Ph
e 17 '1
-' Stowe-, iTt fa. (NEA),,,i,' With,' a, 'r
cord 'snow' depth bf 'from,' 441,
S4 4ntber .of 400d bard NV& OM. 0 -'
,o1, Stows via dorma, nue.. 1: 4
pate .latt, outstanding spring liqthes
St; Onat'i, ' f
To DAYNITICIE A IF 151 12' CIP -'170DAY
. ,., .,,,,,,,..,, ,,.,
ICAP1TOL10 TIVOLI ,, VICTOR,I-A 'f'''R'I'0. 1
. ,, ,i-,,, ,- 1 ',
1 35e." 10e. 35e. 20e.
25 -0 ' 35el .' ,-- 't 20e.
, 15e ,
1 '.4 t'
I i!' TANK, FORCE Spanish Pictures! ",, CAT ON, THE HOT
i l.WithVictor Mature , SENORITAS - SAVAGE. .' r TIN ROOF f'
1 ,,.; .,,- ,',..,,,. ,I, with Sonia ,Eurid ,, $., MUTINY with Paul. Newliari
'', ,' l,:'' I, Aiio: ,,,,, , Also: ,, Johnny Beissmuller ,';',Also: -'
' Tan Bueno el Giro '.-' Als0'. RELUCTANT I.
' .:" RIGH FLIGHT .,. COMO el Colorado JUNGLE NOON ', DEBUTANTE
' with ptay Milland '. ,',, with Lula Antler MEN '..f ' '' ' with Kay Xendo;
, ,,, ,, ,,
' , ut, Y. :1;;;;',1;:
; t, : '.' . ;.."1, '' k'' 't : : :
k. 1' .1.. 1;': : '
r ':.,4 ; 1 r ''',
k , ,
, , , .
-,- . , ,
, i . . , .
, ,- ..
. . . . . .
' , ,
, ., ... .., ., .., ,
i . . ', . .
. , .,.
ak ',.' 4 -1, -, .i '. !', 4 '...- ;,..- Y ....' ''' ..-.-'-' .... ,...! -. 1, .''' ----.; '.t r...,- ..,'..- '. l ) -:.-... -... -; i ,f r'. , n r'. a ', ., : r ; -,. .. i ,... -.. ,,s ,...-, ., . --- 1
-, ,,, -- ,... '..-'-''-, r-: -.. ....MONDAY; APIIII, IS, lISS ,-!-
t ;:' PAGZ TIGHT .:.: :. ':', ..- - - .,, -
T ommmummoor vat
-J ,, ''" 4 -1, : 4: ; ,.., .-- ..' ..' .- 7,
, AMP r
' 1 ..- -.. .-- V. -.: r- 4 -- -7 --,4 ''.- ::,.'". '', ---7 ; 1 .. ,e w
, , -
.1.: ' :,. ,i -..; THIS SPACE IS'
FO X; SAL! -,.
, - IP ;
11,,, .., ..: :' : : :- .... 1
AGENTS OW 'OUR OFFICES AT 1 I ve, 45 ,
' 7, ':, '' .. ::' F'
, f'; -
."'- ....1 :' ,4 ' :'. : ;1 , '1., $., .. a,
G E41,1.,1.11:1,5:!;:--'.,..-.-::, .., .,..,e., ., ,., .
' 7 INTERNAL' DE PUBLICACIONESNo 3 Lottery plata CASA ZALD en ral A LOURDES PHARMACY-182 ILa Carranquilla PARMACIA LOP& 1.--,....
. .. ..
, .. ,
'' .. ,
1 - .-. -' - 7
THIS SPACE- I FOR SALE i ,'
- 1 4".. '' - '' .- -- BARDOlNe 26 "B" Street MORRISONIth al July Ave & J St LEWIS SERVICE-.-Ave. Tivoli No 4. WARMACIA ESTADOS VNIDOS-1411 Central Ave. : ..--eFOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
'k-- ,'--.'.'" ''' FOR 'INFORMATION. TELErvoNt 24740,--,.. FARMACIA LUt-164 Central Ave. a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ Fro. tie la Osea Ave. NC 41 FOTO DOMY7Justa Aroatmena Ave.. and 33' It.n ?Age , 1 -' -.3. .. ',., . k , ..,. I
- i -.' "' 1 I -" ,- , 't MACIA VAN DER JIS....50 Street Ne. 53 40 EARMACIA EL JIATURROParque Lateen I Steeet 0 FARMACIA "SAS '--7Via Perm III dr NOVLOADES AT11161-.1 -, .'.. ..,- ''',-, - '"
Put Market on Via FAafie COON OFIICE: 150t and Amadei" GUarete IL 14221 TL 432.-.,,,,, ,i,
' ' - ..- 1. : 7 ' ''' ' ''' ' ' Beside-80a Vista Theatre and Branch at Minimax 11 , ...
...v.'-';'-''' : II LEA" Toon At wilt. oNs or 01: ..' 4--k ''.
' PAGE' ricvr
Foster ,cottages, between Santa
Clara and lie' Hato. blew' flow
rates. Phone la !brut 1866.
PHILLIPS : Cootie Cattalos
Santa Clara IL do Plata Pad...
manta 1-11177 Cristobal S-14573.'
FOR RENT:, .:-;b Furnished malt...
sioa. 3 badroeutts, air' condPil
tioned, : 1:- 'attire, hot : water.
piano, automatic:y0in, ma--
china, : big 3 patio and garden,
Maids Mom lyitit bath, clond
FOR RENTI;..,Paitilla well
nishoid'; or- unfurnished 4
room chalet, 2 air.condirioned,':,:
hot ;-"nator; vet attractive?
polio. Reasonably priced. ;all L.
SUPERHEW-Jaaello Din" d
, shows what a ben can do when
she puts her mind to it. 4, The
Bryan, Tex., lass bolds a nor
mat-size egg M how tight band.
The bna 'her lett hand is
a whopping Mx and, one-halt
,,.,,,.. ..,. r..,..,,,
''' t5 iti ''N 1
ts, 'Mrs, e na e son, 48-year,
11 old Panalna died last night in
...!, SanterTotpas Hospital., ..
:ii,, Funeral services will ,be, 'eon 'eon.,
., 'eon., t4-' ducted Wednesday 't the Druids'
Z Lodge' Hall in' Guachapali at"- 4
,: -.! P.m4 followed by Jiurial -at -Zst,:,
rtera Cemetery4.: ..: :,
,,, , , ,1 ; ----, ,:.;,-;
Uri. Xelson. le luivived by ker
IC, littsbanc4,Charles; -her' brother,: 1,-
'" van Cleary;4her sisters,' Agatha
q.f: and Nita Harding,: and her chilz.
0'. ,', dren Berta, Mrs. Micaela4lark,
r., Mrs. ElviaA Hewitt and Rupert.)
4.;.4,-;,.:.,,;,,,:,,::,:.,,,.- ,,,..::-.:,,.-,7::,,,,-,,,-.,- (-- i':- .::-' i-,,,.-; .-,,,.-' '-,, ,:-'', ,, ,i -, -. -,---..,...-..T, 4-.-..;' f.,:. -- ,- -, -' ' .-. -;, :
, ,. goini,,
1,-. OSB BOB11
,, .'1,. -:.!.. ,,.,,, ', ,2 ci rit-, -,) ,, . ..
' I ' l' i i ,
, drive car, Zone license. hoer-
' Miscellaneous .., muss sP a P I
WANTED: Male, tales ability, ;
e , ....
, ,, , -,,,.. .., ,,i, ,-.. ,, c f
.1: :-' ''''''; '''''' Resorts ':-,-,' i
-,' between Santa
' 4 Foster ,cottages, I 1 I Apartments L,,,.:: L
', FOR RENT: ,.r- Com arts L,. I
A' ' Clar and lie' Hato. New' few apartments and spacious rooms.
! rates. Phone Sal oa 1
'''". -. a b 1866 -- -' 15th Shift 140..6, San Francis..
- f. PHILLIPS ': Ckeissishisi' 'Cottage' I
' Santa Clare L dfo P,'Phona Pa.., -; FOR RENT: --, Lair. 1
."-. ; mosso 1-1077 Cristobal 1-14573.'',. Vadroem apartment, ground
, ... , 1
4 ,.. -
-"' UtOnlObile$,,,!', ",, ,Home Articides'. It'. Miscellaneous ,111 Real Estate I
FOR SALE: -..... Hillman Minx ...woo.ork
FOR SALE: .-. Large deep FOR SALE: ---' Singer arcing F R SALE: eta SOO and 1.000
, : CoeYert ,..3a.. Good condition,' ( 1 maze, electrie dryer, VM.Iii., machine, round bobliwin, good motors, In the Nueva Hipildrome
Racetrack. All lets- with st et
. .. good 1 Huts ,- $1,400. Call Oat,' Fi:' 21",- TV, Zenith ', Trana tonditiOn $100.00. Piton" Bal- Urbanixatiee- 'across, she Remo
' ' 2-1695, 786,, 11. Taverna!' oceanic portable' radio, Bar-11' boa 2-3578. .' ,- ,, ALCOHOI-ICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "Au DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.7.,
PHONE BALBOA 3709
. st .. ..., , ,, ', '.. ,,,, ,,' --4Qua,' patio funtitura,, Please I - .-, ---,--... drents.iewage, water amain 'and NURSERY SCHOOL. Open all
t FOR SALE:- -,-, 5 Ford Fair- ,
,.. .. ,- -.. fOR.SALE: -- Colorful metal e
furniture; 2 complete, dental lectricity. Call W, McBarnett.
.--,floot. 2 bathrooms, maia'l n'pm -, iana 6 cylinder hardtop, excel- FOR, SALE:-r-Elegant Mahogany operating rooms; 2 extra dental' Tel. 4-0976. ' P
year Trans ortation provided.
, --r.- ,Balboa. Ancon, Curundu and eak En lish mid S anish
American or Panamanian. Phone ,!
view 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. North
TELEVISION SERVICE i(
. .. .. ,, .. , , Panama. Children 2 1-2 to 5 TV, Radios Hi-Fi Transits's! (
Oil t ., -, i ;': : ;-. i '. C, I 1.., with bath, ammo, patio, puhntuv.. ;
1..:-.'i. '''''''''.". :'... M OUSeS ',:', ', ' ' st I 8 is 11.41' im 14 Ca Il a ra I II' onst ,4:,- ', tent perdition ..-t $155o.;,6363
-os -ass near Corozal, Phone
. -,i 1 I office houses, '2-0321 after, ofo., ,Y. Balboa 3668. ,., ,... ,y.....,,,.
if, 1 I tic hours S4108. -
i' FOR RiNTs .;-.
,. sloo 3 bedro6
tioned 1 off
. & -,
-' ,. plane, automi
,,,,, chine, big f pa
, Maids velem n.
. ' larage.q$250.,
''''', FOR RENTI.,
;4'1' nished' or- oaf
, room chalet, 2
t:i; -' hot ,,--wator; '4
, ,,' ( polio. Romani
'I' 4 ',... it
l'.,' 1 toll RENT: ,.. Beautiful mo4 : wwhit-e. radii:, Viii- tireS. iirst
, ' ; ''! diem 2 Inds:pony apartment witls ", class condition. $1,.300. Call
' ., I i i
, maid s room. near Hotel Pan'A , Cristobal 2 -1390.' 1 4 1," ..
-----, , '' . rwer, ams.s 1 ..--. s manugairer yip.. - uaii rename
'',." ' .;', $. 1 ''';;;....;.Ric-a-r-ife; Arias Street. Tel. -' - ,-.-- - ' :.; ins,' room table '-itlith 4 chairs -, , ,'
r, - - Haifa S;
'I --1 k 02 2 2466 .'" -- '' 'FOR'SALE: M.G.T.D. Estaa ,.,
',., $1 5.00. Telephone 2-3657. ,' ' : ,...s ''.;,, ' '' ; ';
l'-; ; s k .., I
- .. ;ion Pasadena,','Y ripposite,,, the
;.', ' L '1 ''''''''. .' 1,k ' ' 1 ' '' 1.: .. ' .. l'i . .. litewiitY '-..t. ". : ''''. ,: - .,, FOR 'SALEt''---. "...Dining. rosins ,',..,,,,yo'"--'''''''''...., .::', .. .,
',.... ",. I , '.'. '-'-'-t' t ::'' POR RENT: ...-Living. Noir. I 11' . .. ', ,.,,. '. r.,,-",, sot: $225.00. Living troom at '', ,, i,
' ,' '''''''', : l.',.- remit; dinette, -.kitchen, aoelv ,fr, '...! ,-, .- ,, 5,...-... - ., ..
' '' i '-, :,, 1, Apta 2. Collo Dario"' No, 14.21..';', -- 1958 Ford',"?..Fairlatte.'fordoe!. ,,.. ,'''.1 36,ct,1111.0111p; :bfla.'''11:d'nhvere to,aybeir' Iti'''' ''
,v,, Plcket L
. it. c airs,
i'.--'"'-' ; ' ,.......,, ', s I .-' nap 'street from 4th' July' Avt; ".'.- Sedan 'radio, 7,000- miles. New 1, '.., 116
ft di h $225 00 'Desk ......... ,. ,,, i : L. ,
..' : ''''''''.. s' ' '''. ''' 4' C r c;Mdition." Balboa 2815.,
' ''' ''''' '' """' I FOR RENT: v.... Comfortable ,--L' .,-.:..,1 . ,,- o ,, e h a i r, and it t h a r pieces
' ' HARRiSBUI
-- 1 -..,, two bedroom Apartment. Alta,. 'FOR SALE:' ---4' STUDEEB,AKER $5,0.00., PhoPe 3-5588.
.i FOR SALE: (Household) ' TeamStat's Unii
- , -- tr'''''' Mital No, 12. near Institut TWO-TON CHASSIS ,,,,
R, ''- Hoff& indi
' '''. ' FanaitteriCano tCemisaritito AI-1 PAID ''ASe IS WERE' DISU, TAYT ,S'
. ,htl'vv.estinghoure refrigerator --,'nta. .;1.......:';'.: ..:''''. ''''''''944311"'''' ...ill -....
a- ' '';',,''': ... '',',.',';',...' 1 ,4 tamira Entrance),, ', ..'''' '' ', ', HIGH:W,. EATHERLY TO. -HIGH- ,' ,--. W.t... s', a steel strike
aotony- dining room table,, - :,- ..... -f
V..i. ', 1 '.. ,--,2:1;" k, E S T...,.., BIDDER., r TELEPHONE .., .., and ile mem
, chairs.'. coil spnngs on legs, .,
SHELL:,',-COMPANY: 13 et' the steel
, ........,,,,,,ti ,,..", 0 ,7:..".;......(1: ,.....E. cirliesost,111;eheoti;
.!AtIAM metal it '' '' ' 3- e
I, i I '.. FOR ;KENT; ,. Modem apart..
1.z. ment:: .Throo !bedrooms. ,-,i,. two ,..i.: 2,1661., 1.1; ; -:',:.,'''': ...-- .,i ', 1. ,.
11 ' .. .4,,,' : ::,' ;' :,- ;., ', ,' ', I I , 2, L, -''' , , !', ' '' ','-'1.::': is'',, .... ' ri:)ms epee ,c:P:r4mTsci s.th'b ell itoeSu InYri I ?se: 1W'w,r it?)i 01 1 legut esht(
dresxer, wicker cha old :' ,'-' ..o.' ,' ,., - f
..1!;'2' ; l. -'' hatbreoms, staid's room, wash
,,-, tubl,. 'stage, het : ivater.'. Olga '.. FOR 'SALE; ,' 1 IBM electriif typewritten its ''''
d dition ''' Call r Balboa. t ,.,' .. sylva ate tea mi
0.. ,...i,,,,,,. ,i,,--.,,,,,,..,,..0.',,,.,, ,.4 ..,:; i.0,.0 1,,,.,membe
)4 ''"'405',.',Z.--, '. I
, Buildieg, Enable A.1.,Morales -,. tee. clean, e'7.'xcel'itinatshmT:eitsbilamnbiciearl;'-'j Lle-3782.6,n '''. ., ,
.' Avenue. El Cangralofr: Enquire condition $400.. Magnavox 4
FOR SALE: Admiral
;0,,.:-r -.1' ''''''' aaa'ament NC E. -.'-:'"-,'." ,,, A Sooaker,r, Bi-Fl ,-. 2 -' months
cubic foot elecetri2c1-re658ir,rg:ritiet'or
-,.. ,i; s,.. ; old ,;-... .Consul troll $175.00.
.,,. Po,,,,'";?...,;.1' '.'. .,, FOR'. RENT in ''1 Cract. with sealed unit., Nay, edition. '' "',' ','''.- ,' ,.t,
a..gre. 4- '
'04 !.',ii,' ''....-. ,,, ,.,,10.'' 'tuadani and aft ive t Call 3.5810 after 4:30 or Am
,i Phon obb or' Cs- ,
, dor 5-219 from 8, 'S ..4p.m
rundt1 f23.24k0 Mondap ,' t h r le
''''' ..'''''''';-'-'!;; ' '' '''' '.',. -.
' 's .. i', ene-bildredtla altattmant '.',an Nit
,, , , ,
' , ,
. : tift. A., ,. ,' tio 'floor, -iery cool. with, hot water', ,. ,
,, , ,
' k , ,. he aldy m
. . ,,, ,, , , ,
.';I: L.:-... , ,-' ''' '....- ''s 2 '' : 1.1Utunc.,aPt31011.TcnoriFivNitnalieineesulid';u121,-tagNeo:;::' e" .' ' ', ;.......:: '-',.H.,,,,,l-- -,,,,.. ,FFOR',SAt.6: 13 cu. ft.' Deep ', ; ',,, ',' 1 ''' Ikffk, denied
' . ,'A10. 611th Street.' Infeirmations ,' t' '', ' ', ' -, ' '' max.'. k"M tte" $75 00 ;'. '-.s, ,,-, ',...4-,..',,, '- .,..,.; eate'dheld 4afte
I ,,, ,,
House .540A-Cureedu Heights. .'- x-i;,,,,,,,,;;;4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,k.,;,,,,,,,,,,,44, the,l'eatnoters
- .. .-., I Apt. No. 11,.. Tol..3-6634. ." '.' ,'-', ', 2 ', 's ' -'. 1 ,,, Pl.m.. -geatic ''"'''''''''''' 7:. rntP'tnkfinni 1
: a 1
: linellell Ilkcts;
r '-,: ,;' ":'Avent;e: facies' irreish. Embas-.
Dies 0,: unera ..,...,,..,,. ,. ;,,!!
ot e nes or.
: 'Mrs belfina -Neisok 48-year-. POR tEtT: Professions!. 'of ;.
'Mrs.' Delfina'Neisen, a 48-year- :, FOR RE Tz Professions! or .-.
Nina Ma. died .lasit night in, :'ilemmorc officio on ground floor
sant :Tutpan liospita Idif. A 11 I 4
rrac corner ye. a
Funerai services will ,be' 'eon- boa and odorico Boyd, 82 sornorm. ,4
ducted Wednesday 'et the Druids' motors,t, 725.00. can panama
Lodge' Hall in' GuachrTall 'at 4 I-703g ,
4 .!,,:, LAM SC a.1 casa ana
' 1' r.,4 followed 1
111 '-,. rem Cemetery
' C', ''. Uri, IsTelson I
,.., its, Insbandy, Cherie
: : i ',1,:, van Clearn 1: in
,,,, -.:?, and Nita Hardi
v ,.,, ,. ,'. dren Berta, MI
' r. Mrs. Elvia lie,
4... ', 1140LO TWO Al
! 1:1' 8E00,, Eon
r.; ;;1 Air Force-poli(
, American airm
, I.,?, In, the. alleged
': 'S rein ,civillan
",9e yesterday' it -w
i- ''', Rh U., S. Ar
., ,','f servicemen, at
, ,',.' Emmett G. E1
r : r Church St. 01
''',,, Airman IC 1)(
1. '14 of 15099 W;
,' Omit, Tex.,:
'Ii,' '. i r. :',
'HOLD TWO AIRMEN
SEOUL, Korei (UPI) -- S,
Air Force-police are bolding two
American airmen lor questioning
in' ,the alleged beating of ta Ko Korean
rean Korean ,civillan at- Osan 'Air Base
yesterday' it -was announced.' The
1th 11, S. Army identified the
aervieemen as. man 3C
Emmett G. Ellis, ;:19,. of .. North
Church St. Okolona, Miss., and
Airman 3-C Donald 'B. Dyess,, 19,
of 4099 .; 1114.,, Main Ave. Ord Ord:
: Ord: eau, Tex.
. ....,',- --------01----dinsammussomm '', -' ", ' ilew urkans bervice
e stobal t
' ..., ',.. '- ,, -- ',- : ,, .
?. 0 1 ,'' ,' ' ,,
:IF, .: ,. ,. '',' !': .3 .- '. ; 1. ''' , i. 4, !,14 ... ,,, , ,..,, ,t, ., .., ... ,,,...... 1. . .. .. 7, ., , ,, ,,,uirt.A. , ,, .Apr.411 ,,
.'"1....,' .: z ,7'. jr ... : : vIACIIIIVI',444t, .i. ........ ... $k
, .. 4. 1 ::.
, ...,. ,. diTT.,..,,trjArP ,,,-;.,...:.4,,,,,,,;,,,, ...... ,...'1.';;;.;44'1,',,?AlMagt;1..
,.i. ,' L,
5,4 -. 7: '.' 4,. ; PiActiertise i'li thia' edion Adstniy e0st $0.8 per eo .: In' ch
J ) ..
. i ,.
I. ...,:::; 0MORA,LZ, A,N" '..; L '.
. ',,,I''YAQUE i. .... ....... .,..41, .... toOdib00toti,. I ...
. , t ..
Abe Randling Refrigerated and Chttled':,,Iia'rgMeaY'1,6,...1,,,,
I ..' ;1' ''''''' ''''''''"--- FO INFORMATION CALL.' 2-0740 -,! 0 -,- .. ,' ,';' ,;,, ' Ay o's 1 1 ' ' ' ' i I .j'
f' ..i. '' ''.." ..,',...;.'-L ',','" '1:;'.,,.-,-: .. .! a , ... ...- ,., '' ,' '... NOVI? varir Nervice ' ', ,". .,,,, rr veil. :
d(.. r.:- 1 ''''-'. --- ---. v--7 ''' : ' ''''' riot. 641 i '
, 17trrn Aptt
s,, 1 -...: LIFE INSURANCE : ';Thit New ' 441 iu anew
.' AV 110 yulia,, Y ' "ESPARTA"' ........ t': :.,,,,Apr 19 -...;;;,.;
l,:- Gove Inertt. Employes P tot wy,,,L,". p 000 o i,.1;;1116 00000 otb6100 ,14.:APIE. be
L!, -bt Se lee Peraonnel ''. -':" ' ',''''.....' I 7'' -sp RISMINA" 000 o .',,',. i',.. ' t: i ... MaY':: 3::
: 1 ,, -,-...,,:!,''..,..1,101., RID.G:',s:1,:,,'":r.."..LA '', 'Pluan a. Tour lett :Or' '', I, 'i' to). "LIMON" 1.; o 0000000000000000000000000000000000000 May, 10 :.
.,;... -.'. General Sent : ',' :. ,, ,4' " t V set! Car .. '' ." ,''' ':' '... '''''' 110,411,4 16.1
"HEREDIA4 ......-.... ,...;' May 17
-"' ,, Gibraltar Lite Ins, 'CAL. J .i ; f:. '.., i t . i :;... 4 7 .
..',!, ; .', .: -,.:,.1 - micoN ',..
r, f,,for rates and information. ,:. 1 : "- .';'! ,,,.,.
'. i:' ut.! RNMENT ''
. Ted. Panama 2-0552 ; i 7
1' , Monday thru Friday. .1 ..' '''''' CRISTOBALW.C.611, FEEDEk .SER '''-' ,.
' es to '' EMPLOY FNANCE'Co., ,,, '' ::-,' --: -- '' ,
it 9: it.m. 12:01 ,.7!-
3' ....-.." ?:" EV' tt..5:1 ..'.,..,.:' ',''' LLOW RATES CP TO 38 Mo., With bult-in Universal 1.,,,,, ,4,TEXITA'' ....ii......,.., 00000 000000 ,.. Xve (13) :Days 1.
,:i General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins,
tor rates ind information.
:n Ted, Fasema 2-0552 ;
Monday thro 'Friday.
COO am. to 12:06
' '210 p.min to liz00 :,
ilaturdayt 1:00 Amin, to Ill&
laduatrial Litt' Trucks
Hi' A; POWELL; gA
COLON Tel 106
.4 1 I aalurciaY "9 .1.1.nh SU ","VW l'' .:' '", On nen OATS.' l, '1"'"'"' ,)'!::711 : 4,. ,, i .,
l'',''' ' L "I' , '' t j'-'. 1', 4 '''''',.L '.., k Weekly sailings of twelve passenger,sh s to New ''
.. or 'not theY necun the-Inoon.,1 valentine .was riding ter horse. at ber nome atter. a snort perm .,
01, , ',,' GENCY I) IILINCIER ": ,- The Air FOXCe, announced late Cody, given t b r by Skelton, of illness. She resided at Potpie
','...',".'. '''' ' ' '11 .. ' NO. 43 Atito bile 'Row '.'? ;-.L i "b York, 'New' Orleans,' Los Angeles,' Sea rancssco I '' 1 t k th t ir b d uc essfull
Y three nth!). se en some- Lefevre. , ,,, ,.
oanu 0 dsol 'Ls oiict rtcuksett th si lige smtwa:r tole dtbIr Mrs. Simmons 'Came to,the Isth.,1
' '''' ' '' Phone 3-498 -41, 3-49135,,'t ,, ,'1: b
, mus in construction days, She way
An Types of' Auto ineueeeee. I , ... ,. : ,:.. .''.::' ::.':',:: .4.. ": ''''',',, ,: ,.." ; i',and Sw.--,14ii.le.'. -'v :,-;',L -... !,..,,-';', -I,,, ', ;:, tpae:setkodwin:111terastignitenrspoi
''', Officials said it would be fol wed head When the horse shied and active in the Panama Spiritual
,, rename. ,., ...- -.o '.--, ColOa ,.,.
, 1 hotti';:toinhv:ri. Cody's
Center hi Pueblo N,tievo, , ..
, will 'be used to, pow , t P ii, 1 f win be tea
'1' SPECiAL ItOUND 'nip -PASSENGER- Ilf S FROM- bY.' even ',mightier rockets which slid 10 to 5 feet, Her physician , ,, ,,, ,,
laduitrial Lift Trucks OATS 'PAISSING.,-.o -''', ': -. '
' "CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA -,,,. 3'. er. satelli es ex ected Valentina to be confin- 0 ,'' '
- 16 i .. .,., '' . ,. ,, and apace craft ,,,c "' '', ed to her home for 10 days.
I -., ''' ,:'''' -4 a n d ino'Llst 'Lv ' ',1'. l'k-.1.1' iiiii6: 3 plan' (UP1..." M' ari- SEOUL,' 'Korea tUP11 SiXtn ),- To 'New Itork' and Return :.,,...';' ... .. ',.'.-;.., $240.00
I 4' ithwever, such reckets are not , unera servtees
ducted at the church WednesdaY,
0 : ''' .o "' , -) '' ime .. authoriti g today radioed persons died lesterdaY, in two seP- ''''.4 ,.TW'Sen Francisco Andor 'Seattle and Beton i $365.00 ., expected to' be available for prat- Valentina's injury was another at 4 OM" followednby burial at
I rTractor Shovels. v he Soviet fish 'rig rescue service trete mishaps in the republ , , ... . . , tical space experiMenti tor several iii a series of friloic and near. the Pueblo Nuevo, Cemetery.
; i ,,,-;,,,,,,,,,',, '' '' for' help; in.. li ding eight boats Korea, Nine passengers i wera ---,.----,,-.--r----.--,------.-q,,;,,',,I,,,,
,,,,,, ,,! -. : : ,: -1'.1.ELEP.HONESI ,,, y '.''('i ', '' "''''',' ' . Year at best. tragic inciden40, "le life el the Mrs., Simmons 'a:numbid' '.1,4
, ',fork also: ' , , ,- kellon family ,.. Iv. her husband, Alfred a retired sm.,
. ,. Local' representsfive misainc, with 40 fishermen in a drowned when At bus ,eras e --Refused to be drawn Into the, T ,,,: '4,, ,,,, :: .ir,4 nine., oloye of Gorges Ilosp Ail. ,, ',
, ,, .. ) gala off ,' oorthern japan.. . a reserivoir 'near Pohang, Neer
- Taegu seven, persons, ineludin :,, , "' ( t.' ' ' coldroversy between, the adminis- yearold son. RiFhard, died of She also leaves twq 8004, HeY4
''114;1"''' M.' A. POWELL, S.A.' The eight fishing boats- were be- five in .one faintly, died after eat- .' CRISTOBAL 2121 ,,: 9' -':'' 'i, PANA I : 1-2904.'44' tration and Some Democratic ton- ,,,, -'' , stricken ry and William; twO daughtere,'
ot,a ,' COLON Tei 106 i lieved to have been driven toward in; vegetables spraged,, Avith,01 ,1,,,,,.. ,,,),,,,,,- , ', , , 4, itreasmen- who favor, a sharp sep- with a c,,t,:' Ln.,,,o. .,, tfc attack- in Iris and Sylvia 'sail throe goes&
' -..'") ' the Soviet-held Kurile Islands. poisonous insecticide. ,,,, , , ' -' up 4in the hallistin ',missile pro- December. 1954 and nearly died4 childre. ;,, 1, 4., ',1
, , ,, , , , -2,, ,,,, , I' .s ,',..) ,,,',' ,,,' ',... 0 r' r L.,,, ..t ., ,,'4 ?, ,-',.9,,,i 1 v ,,v
4, ''''' '' '4f ' ''' ''' ' -4, v' 1 ''''' ,', .L' L. v 1 ,."-- ', t t i, Li,,,, f, ..- , ,,, 4 ,... 1 ,,, , ,. .4, 0, ,,,,, ,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,., or ,,,,' ,
, ,, , , , ,,
-". - - ' TffE PANAMA' AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DULY NICIVSPAPEZ ,,, 4 r- MONDAY,
FOR RENT' ' Comfortable'
apartments and spacious rooms.
-,'1,5th.1treet No.!, San Francis-
, ob. ,';
FOR RENT: Logi three
bedroom apartment, ground
1 bathrooms, maitl's room
with bath, garage, patio,' unforL
nislastit, 13 Camera lo, Phonot
' office hourot 2-0321 after 0.1!
fice hours 14108.
FOR ItENTI furnished &Pate,
rlining room. bella
room; kitchen, lavedry,hot water
'Meat Panama Hilton. Mri. Bran.
901 111144 tiofornished stualo
'apartments, hot wator installa-
'mime with kestir. elevator Ier.,
, Su3able for small families!
or 4r.lno Mclutlei a new, 2:
oir-condition a I t. "idificio
: CistP0 ''41egro," Espa3a,
oppetito the Panama Hilton Ho.;
, tel. Tolifemt, 3-1409. Ask for
, Altman.: '-
fpft,'RENT: Beautiful mo.i
tem 2 bedreeneepartroent with 7',
resid's room sear Hotel Pop.,
sms.' Illcarrle'. Arias Street. Tot.
3402 sr 2-2466..: .; !".)
FOR RENT: ....Uri, romp, beck
mem,' dinette, kitchen, apply :fr.
Apta 2 Call Dario"' No, 14.21;
nee street from Alth, July' Art;
FOR RENT: I.... Comfortable
two bedroom apartment. Alta,.
Mimi No, 12 neat Initituto
Panamericano tCemisaritote Al
-4 tamira Entrance).- t
' FOR BENT; .0.. Modem apart,.
ment:: .Thren !bedrooms, 4two
hatbreema, staid's room, wash
tubs,. imago, het : water:. Olga s
Building, Enable A.1Morales
Avanus, El Callgrain,:. Enquire
a apartment Ne. 2.
FORCRENT3 -0. in "El Carigre
'Jo." 'Modern and attractive
nne4tadretitso apartment :on ton
tio floor, ivry coot, with, hot water,
: conveniences. Imes
loc. PORTO F I NO Building,
0, 68th Street.' Infermations
Apt. No; 18. Talk 3-6634'
IOR RE T: .- .Campo Alegre:
,L nicely Isienisherl' tool.ene bed.
, room eapartment,, hot water,
leundrf. 4 Calle 3-189. ,' :
40R R NTi ,.,r Nicely furnish...,
.. ed eye aunt, ? hvo bedrooms.
' garage, het water. 10 Ecuador
''' Avenue, Wins' tritiols Embas.
OR REill Professions! or
':'nommarc 1 office on ground floor
- Idificio rraci, corner Ave. Bal
boa and edrico Boyd, 82 soruara
, mom, r, 125.00. Call Panama
715It .-. ENT: .r Completely
'fornis I, i inodern,'' goof:,
and w li sittlated, 2 bed;
room pertinent, proviied
with I mOdern aoirie!
'Ilene available 'for eix
month ; ias tot, Ione 1.5th
Month! !rental $22500 ,g,
:desired for time of leaSe
. l ,,,
efficieni 'and expert ef,r
'vices e trusted makd eati,
be' arringed. Call -viiirt
and Coetpani, lel. 3-6969.
- , 's
OR REtitt e,,,Campo Alegre:
'wig, ncrs; ,.,emple Alegre: ,r. ,, , ,, ,
,.; nicely luiinisbetl'oeolione bed. w ,' t, ,.:. ?..-, ,,i 1,
: teem eapartmoot,', bet... ., ,i, ,, s, ,
l'ilindry, ii)e) Celle 3-189' -' '', : :.1,,: -,.....,.,. 1
40R R NTs ak, Nicely furnish, ..- ,. ,,4,. 1, 5,-,,, .' .:L
. od spa otent, ,.'. two bedrooms; :,. r,,.....,: .,,,,,..:ii.:: :- -k-,-...-:,:'"s, &
''. caress. kat voter la Etuadmi :, ,
wwn 1, tiiii; -!! nicely Mr Plillio .... ,,:::,:.,... ,,,,., 5,.; ', '-: deni ., wmugh),-, iron : ,,, h a 1 s gal Am ouv.v.,y .., ....,... ......... 1
,,,,,pd opa aunt'. ,f hvo bedrooms.; ,,..4.:! .,,,:i .::14,,,., t:Z.,
:. garage, hot water. 10 Ecuador ,,.- '''1':::, ..:,'.,:,,,i, ,- :..: : ,.-::',,,i. '' ,:.,;,,i,,;:. ::: $111.00; dioubler'beds wispringa Plea of Clevelander alter J.
SI .50; 'kerosene 1st o w e o : BYomine .42,,, to, ',the r, S. Su
',',krentret facing British Embas. ', T:: :-"" :: ,'
::: q:. :.:!:i::y: 'I:4: $19.00; ':. email 4ables 15,50; Preme Court. Patembl aa been 1
'':,:04.M,; ; ,;:::: ; Hollyworit beds ,Winew.- mattress
, 1:0,::gii :':.:' '' 149.00; 'Ow tables '21250, ',
'Cmqmrial Sites '''''''''''''',.F.,,.:4,,,egio, ::::,, ,, matteress 16,50; now folding beds Lbeeman $81, 1257 ' ,,,, .'
1 : '''''''''' --- '': ''.':',i:It:0: ':::: $27.00;:,- pillows $1.25; alio ,
- , ii:
- i. ,,, ::::, invIV By' hog O', dining :room sets - ,
1..,:.: -chrome dinette setsitr2 beautiful tedeaMhgtog,til Ice ;,.epmtirpo;'
James Gleoso :,
;., POR 'RE Tz .-.6 Profession-al of :.: Iii ..,::: colon; innerspring mattresses -- :
:' eommorc 1 office on ground floor .,:. !i', '!:::,-' '' EASTrPAYMENT1 ---- WE RE-
,4 Edificio rraci, corner Avc Bal. ,',.., ,?:,. ;:,'::::: t C 0 14 11,1 VON MATTRESSES
Dies In Horne
t ,, ,, ',--
boa and edorico Boyd. 82 ati(uare'''' l :4 ,::: ::::::, ,flousehold ), Exchange, National 4, ,''
:: MOON, t; 125.00. Call Pattern' q Ave. Tels. 3-4911 ',6',2-7348. '': 1101411VCD' APril 1 411711
s....8,11-70111 i' : .. s ' .' ''' James Gleason. who I hexed
.'' ,:: ,-: i :. ''''..''.:.;'4,,:1 ,,-,:t:' o, :
:::::;:::::, -. FOR SALE; -- Luxurious Rat. and wisecracked:. his 'wa across
. 4.00.---------- ::,.,!:
:,;'. i',-' ,,, ; ...-,:,. Y,', :.t :',, ',.:
FOR RINI I' Conipletely :';:'::
:lyrists 411,.t Wiodern,' coo( : ;:.,
"and 4 1 sitilated. 2 bed- ::
. room partthent proilifed 'i ,:
: with mOderit cony. iI::
Meer available 'for idx f ':'
f ::: ::: tan living room apt, Hoag set. the nation's ,stages and reen
:!:: 6.1.: rafrigetator, porcelain. : for all but ,two :, mont and
:,::: Nsw Magic stove, Phone 1.. couple or army hitches his
, 4431. ,'';" ''
j::',i, '', FOR SALE: ';---tiphohtered chair 7,8116yearvie, tderied leat:-.rlight,
an actor und went
,:i:::::, ottoiman, 555.90; Ridio-reco'rd surgery last December, an, werit
:!: player wkir'' diamond 1,needlet to the Motion Picture, Ho in
l'',.:: $60.00; Ittioidalre,:'1 poor old, ',the San Franand0,1: Vail tc
. $275.00.'. Matilmilicit b 11 n 41 -Convalesce.' He' hatrbeen ,lo
A ;flair', s tables, -pillows, towels, vtal spirits du,ring,Aris s I, in
: lamps', records, Christmas de- the home and; asked ., meld
Month : las 110 'lune 15th. , .,....,,,,,,e t hi covations, t bed and mattress, daily for clearance,- fro, hia
' ' W TROrrIv aP a
Monthl Irentel $225.00, If ld J 1 b e 11 'TrOPIlli.
kitchen article:4 Balboa 1309. doctor. to 'return home. ,,,,
, , , : ,....... ...ili ha awarded sub ' l' 4,;.- '' '
r Base desired4 for time of lease, igutivs, ----- P
,t1.' The 'enrieteni 1, an- d tome, rIt ser nunlbi to klaVy 'squadrons ob.,
ied the Iling in air antisubmarine
n 3 C vices trusted maid cart, Mailers (ASW) tactics,' It vtas
.. North bto time ed. c 1., w ,Ift named for a ,World War .71t,, ,,'
s., and s' al o recipient of the Eistingat
ess, 19, and Comany, Tel. 3-6969. Service Veda The troph wee, la will wi '
- COrsl- , i, , ,, donated by the math' Co, ,j ,, retti W Dile Elost
- I ristabat li,
ection Ads-only cost $0.85 per -coi. Inch
nusreiblui A rim! A A 1 011-7Att -14 o
INFORMATION eALL 2
,AtIGT0Ove Ot!eltitteLTIA0INiics E.r.
, ;, it Se tee Personnel N 7 ''
'1 Thum e, Tour licit :Or' ':k
,4- ', t v set! Car ' :'
I v '';'"i: GOgRNMENT ,' '
'EmpLoy ',ONANCE.' Co:
141,0Eir RATES TO S8 Mo.,
'' :'., -', on neiv ears..: ,'
' ,,; GENCY b HUNCIER
' ', NO. 43 Auto obile how !.,,
' Ehone 3498 !A. 3-498S :i ',,
All Types of WO Insuranie
OATS 'MISS' NO: '' "s ',, :, ..' I
l'itISHIRO, ..1 pan' (UPI)-.-Marl-1
ime authoriti s today radioed
the:Soviet Ash 'rig rescue service
for help' in- li ding eight botttS
missing ',with '40 fishermen- in 0
gale off' northern Japan. '
The eight fishing' boats- were be believed
lieved believed to have been driven toward
the Soviet-held Kurile Islands.
,;' t- .-.. -.",-. ., t:,- ., .t. A ,6.-. ft Nal is,111 II si s'., ,-. f,.., -' ,,:,1 F'.-.,'; ,, .- 1 , .1
LEAVE Y01511 AD 'lint ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-II' "W' STREET PANAMA .LIBRERIA PRECIADO-1 Street tic It AGXBICIAll
INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONFSNo. 3 Lottery raga CASA ZALDOCentral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-181 La Carramotilla FARMACIA LOM
BARDONe. 26 "Er Street MORRISON-4th et July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE,-Aveg Tivoli No. 4 WARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS-1411 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX464 Central Ave. a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ. Fen. A la Orna Ave. No. Al FOTO DONTJust Argument' Ave: and 33' IL0 ?Aar
MACIA VAN DER JIS-40 Street Ne..53 tAHMACIA EL BATIIRROParque Integre I Street FARMACIA "SAS"Vla Perm III NOVLDADES ATHIS.4
. -- ,,,,... ".--a.. vetv rtm 111171PIVS, 1 Ulo And Amadatt guarrera ble- 14221 ...., Tel, 4.12-
SAISt-- Hillman Min"
Conert Good condition.,
'' good tires $1,400. Call 13114.
: 7116,,ki.e.' Taverna!'
FOR SALE:- 5 Ford Fair
lane 6 cylinder hardtop, excel.
lent condition $155Q.,,6363
- Los Rios near Corozal, Phone
Balboa 3668. '
", FOR 'SALEg 1950 Lincoln-
4-door Sedan. House' 0851 OA,
'FOR SALE; 1954 Ford
,' Station Wagon 'Coustomlina. 9
,, passengers Fordomatic $1100'.00.'
; 793 Tavornilla St; Balboa. P.bono-:
'JOB SALE: -- 1957 Bukk
door ki.ardtop., Bailie, Power ;.
Ibrakea anti Steering. Lesi.thats
, blue book. Finance Available.
FOR SALE: ord ti, Cyl: red
white. radii', WS tires. First
class condition. $1,.300. Ca
;ion Pasadena,' Apposite, the
1958 Ford ,',Fairlarie fordoor ,.
Sedan, redid 77 000 mil'es. Nevi
ear aindition. Balboa 2815.,
, fOR SALE:: STUDEEBAKER
TWO-TON CHASSIS s, DUTY
PAH) IS WERC IS AT S:
E S ,' BIDDER., f" TELEPHONE
SHELL.',-COMPANY PANAMA --
4 2-1661: l''.;
FOR SALE; .---'Nash-Rambler
- Con. clean, excellent mechanical.
condition $400. Magnavox 4
SoeakerAr 2 months
; old .Consul type $175.00.
, 3-5810 after 4:30 or Amt.
", dor 5-219 from
SW VROPHYVho Captabi
Arnold ,Isb ell; Trophy."
above, will be awarded an,,,
nually' to klavy 'squadrons ex.!
ceiling in air antisubmarine
mailers (ASW) tactics, It vtas
named for a ,World War .7IP,
recipient of the Distinguished.
Service Wledat The trophy was,
- donated by' the Matta Cot
With built-in UniverSal
Viewfinder System :
MISHAPS KILL 16
SEOUL,' ores (1,1P11 Siatn
persons died yesterday in two sep separate
arate separate mishaps in the republic,' et
Korea. Nine passengers were
droWned when a bus 'crashed into
a reservoir 'near Pohang, Netir
Taegu -iseven, persons, including
five in ,one filthily, died after eat eating
ing eating vegetables sprased., ,with01
,,- "OR SALI: Lary. -deep
1 ireeza, electria dryer,
21!': TV, Zenith Trans,
..oceanic portable' radio, Bar-11'
11 Quo; patio fornitutoJ :Please
FOR, SALE:-,-Flegant Mahogany
dining 'wont -; set, 18 ; picots,
- table,- 12 chairs, glass China
5 closet,- large sideboard ft.
' long- with separate pink 'tinted.
minor 6 it' IfY2 ft. Small
- board, & serving ottst. Perfect
?', for France field hontes or large -,
Coco Solo' ApirtmOntse. Bast of-,
FOR SALE: SIMMONS oolo
"hide-a-bur( ,antiollont ,cont111-,
.,tion, Clayton 6212e,
FOR SALE:-- Weatighouse sew
frigerator 9 cubic th Telephone
' balboa 2-3791;
FOR- SALE: Sanitary' midge.
rater with new '60-cycle meth.
One vaisql leaks $20. Meuse,
3251-4, Balboa. Telephone
...FOR SALE: w.- 1 mahogany flin.
, ing:Mom table ....With 4 chairs
$15.00. Telephone 2-3657.,
FOR 'ALEr'...4 r:Dining virgins
;' set: 422540, Living soom set
kl sectional corner table,
glass' top tablo and hvo over.,
stuffed, chairs, $225.00.: Desk,
,chais. and other pieces
FOR SALE: (Household)
Westinghouse refrigerator'ma refrigerator'mab4tony
b4tony refrigerator'mab4tony dining room phle, 6
chaira,' springs on legs,
metal dresser, wicker chaira old
1 IBM electric typewritten irs
good Condition.''' Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Admiral 60 cycle 11
cubic foot electric refOgerator
with sealed unit., Hew condition.
Phone Ft. Robb. 2158 ,or' Cu Cu,
, Cu, rundu 2240 Monday "" r u
FOR'.144.6: 13 -cu. ft.' Deep
Freeze "'Marquette, $75.01
'y Phone 13-4175.
, FOR SALE: Kitchen tablas
S34.00.1 -Metal Bureaus
$1500; -Bunk beds $44.00
mahogany wardrobe $1$.00; mo,
dere wrought' iron c hairs
$19.00; double beds wispringa
$11.50; amens st oyes
$19.00; small .tables $550;
Nollywodd beds winew mattre"
; 349.00; ',Ito tables $12.50,
4 matteress 36.50; now folding beds
$27.00;,, pillows $1.25; SISO
lovelY living lb' dining room sets
chrome dinette sets.in beautiful
, colors. innerspring mattresses --
EASTrPAYMENTS --- WE RE REC
C REC 0 14 0,1 VON MATTRESSES
,,tiousehold Exchange, National
Aye. Tel!. 3-4911 '3-7348.
FOR ,SALEt Luxurious Rat.
tan liv.ing room sot. Dining set.
G.E.. refrigerator. ,porcelain.
Now Magic stove.' Phone 2.
FOR 5A11:;---11ohohterad chair
ottoman,. 555.00; -Radio-recMd
, player with 'diamond needle,
560.00; Frigidaire, ,1 BlaP cid.
5275.00. MatJhstick blind
chairs, tables, -pillows, towels,
lamps, records, Christmas de-
corations, t bed and mattress,
kitchen articles, Balboa 1309.
J4406,6; i. ....... .. e$look, Apr,. 25.,
N" trlio 4Mar
..... 4P.ito, dMay...0
0000 0000000 0000 ioroe.,.
k Itandilne Retrieerated and Chilled'. iirge
New Yrk Servke
0YAQUIgy ..4406,.; i., $
i'MOttAZAN" ..' 4,,,otr41
IIIITLIJA" i.P.1,1;..;7. 4t000teo,$
, "SrAQUEP- OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO ti;
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled
. . .....
VARISMINA". .. .... -1
. 411EREDIA" ip ' 0' 44.
CRISTOBALW.COL FEEDEit SER
4TEXITA''' a .Evl
:;Weekly: sailints'of :telyessenger,:sb
.:1(ork, New' Orleansto:40teleti Si:
:,!.,. ,::,.7! f,.',; ',:4, .:..:' ,;.. ind :Seattli. '''':':.:.",::'...'
iii.cim,- 'ytotith; iiiiir. 41iii.N6IER-'-' 'FAS:FROM
. i .-' v. CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA'. ,,e''' i'
',Ire Nevi Itori4 and Iltetnrn ..',,,, .. ,,.'. i. 8240.00
,So San Francisco Andor Seattle ind Retu ,. $365.00
,"!'-- '. !,,I: ; .' L.' '; ,- !r-,-
,,, ,,,,,-- ',.;. ; : 'TELEPHONESI ''y q'o
' ' ''' , ''''' ,. ; 4 -1,7 ,,,17 '' 1,' :
t''' CRISTOBAL -.2121 ',;' ':, ,- i PANAI. ...'.
121DEPTI(DP211 DATLT WILIVSIllina
FOR SOLE! Singer sewing
machine. round bobisin, gond
tonditiOn $100.00. Phoni Bal-
boa 2-3578. -
OR ,SALE: -- Colorful metal
furniture; 2 complete, dental
operating rooms; 2 extra dental'
instrument cabinets; I. metal'
deck and chair; complete dental
; filing cabinets; 5 fano: in
ly appraised. Call 3-1664 Cris.'
tobal (11 to Amon. 2.5 Mo,
3-320 evening.- Can bit seen
Room 11 Masonic Temple.' -,
FOR SALE: Serval kora lions
refrigerator top freezer.. Can
2-3147 after 5:00 p.m.-
FOR SALE: Riding hours with
English saddle. Call Balboa
',, Motoreye s
FOR SALE: Lamtrotto Motor,
bike. 1958 model; had only' 3
',months. $145.00, Call Clayton
LAST TRY BY au koala
twist,. this pretty girl stands
between a convicted killer and
the electric chair. She's Coltun.
I bus, Ohio attorney Lois Lanker
appointel by the National Le:
gal Aid Society to take the Anal
plea of Clevelander alter .1
Byomin. 42, to tile 3. Su
preme Court. Porimin as been
sentenced to death for 0 11114.1r
der of a VieMngton, c! pa:.
licaman is 195,7
Dies In Home
liGILYWOOD, Atfril CUM
James Gleason, who r flexed
and wisecracked his wa across
the nation's stages and reen
for all hut two Mont and
couple or amy hitches his
72 years, died last-night,
Thb veteran actor und went
surgery last December an went
to the Motion Picture Ho in
the San Franandol Vail to
Convalesce. He had 'been lo lovtal
vtal lovtal spirits durinphis s y in
the home and. asked most
daily for clearance tro his
doctor. to return ,home. ,'
s to New.'
FOR RALIILets SOO an4 1000
natters, let the Nueva Hipadrome
Urbanizatioe- 'across, the Remo
Racetrack. All tete street.
trentik-sewats. grater main tand
electricity. CaR W, Mcliareett.
FOR SALLLot 1,066 towers
meters tho best location off'
: Crimp, situated between .77
Stupefied now' street. For Woe..
maims Wean call Tel 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 soon and from
2 liom fe 5
FOR SALE: 5000 M2'
Trans-Isthmian Highway at, milc
16, deep well and other:Am.
prevements 115c.i, 1958 Chao's.
let, Biscayne ',, 4-door Sedan,
ipo7w5e3rg. lide S19, 00,:, Balboa. 2-
FOR SALE: 'ARC Coclier
, Spaniel puppMs blonde lir silver.
Call Panama 34678.
Kolb Says Teainstirs Von' id Honor
Picket Linesit Steelmen Strike
HARRISBURG, Pa. (UPI)
Teamsters Union President James
'e Hoffa indidated today tbit if
a steel strike developed Ms rank
and' file membership would re-,
spect 'the steelworker pickt lines.
' Hoff, who came -'here to ad-
dress:a 'meeting of 'central Penn-
sylvania 'qeamster membere)said
'0.11 r,,membgri recognize their
responsibilities as union mem-
' "They would make ,their "'Own
decisions, but I feel sure, lhe
members would respond and fre-,
spect the rights ef steelworkrs,"
''Ikfftt denied at 'a, news tonfer-
enceAeld lifter, the, meeting that
the,Tearnsters 'and ilarty-BrAdges'
International Longshoremen's and
Warehousemens, Union Woman a
He said the merger reports ap-
parently stethmed froth a ldiscus-
siort about setting up a 10-man
committee, to settle jurisdictional
issues, on the docks before they
resolved into' disputes between the
two, big unions. !"
"There was rio, discussion of a
merger and there will,,be no mer-
gr," Hoffa said,'
, On tither subjects 'Joffe said:
' The October 1957 convention
&tit elected him 'head of the
Teamsters Union "could not have
But Not Power, To
WAIRINGTON (UPI) T h e
Defense Department's research
and development chief said to today
day today the 'United' States has guid guidance
ance guidance systems papable nflanding a
man'ton the moon AS soon as suf sufficient'
ficient' sufficient' rocket power is available.
,The- official; Dr, Herbert Yo4t,
also said the, systems ere itecurite
enough to hit l'a rather lmattl
area on the Moon.11-
He said they' were net used in
four previous 'U.S. lunar ,probes
becaute, the rocket's involed ditt
not have ,,enough weighkcarrying
capacity. to install the;. guidance
systems "sufficiently cloSe' to he
Stage to take full ad;
vantage of them."
"But we do have guidance sys systems
tems systems which are perfii-tlyi capable
of not just hitting the moon, -but
a rather small am on the MOM,"
The official, who made tbe state statement
ment statement during a television interview
(ABC;College News 4 Conference),
also renewed his forecast that
this country would reach the moon
by, 196.5oat the present ,rate of
progress there :are 41n0 major
''', York 'said he Aid mit think it
was ,-"ewfully,' important' to 'be
first' ,on the 'moon-from' )it
tary standpoint' But,' he,' said it
was rquit impertant"..psycholegi impertant"..psycholegicall);
call); impertant"..psycholegicall); ,view of the cold 'war strug struggle
gle struggle ,with' Russia'.
Pressed for ela rst on, he sa d
"thelant that the Russians occupy
Siberia Is much nitre dangerous
tons than the question of whether
or 'not they occun the,Inoon.'
The Air Force, announced late
last week that it had successfully
tested 't test Version of a' rocket
paeking million. pounds of thrust.
Officials said it would be followed
by.. even ',,mightlen rockets Which
will 'be used to power. satellites
and apace 'Craft;
Rbwever. such ree'kets are not
expected to' be available for prat-
tical apace experiments tor sevral
year at best.'
, )tork also:
Refused. to be drawn 'Into the,
cohtroversy betw,een, the' adminis- ;
tration and SOMO Democratic ton-.1
tration anti Some Democratic ton-
reunite- who favor. a sharp sep-
up 4 in the ,,' hallistii 1 missile pro-
p 4min the:, ballis4':,.milksile pro
o''' s a 0 i o' a o IgOt ts''.:',
WANTEDr Male, sales ability,
K II s '' must speak English sled Spanish,
ceiioneous ... drive car, Zone license. Inter.
view 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. North
American or Panamanian. Phone
)1.1CS ANONYMOUS 2-373&& 2-1790.
DRAWER "Au DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, Ca.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
NURSERY SCHOOL. Open ail
, year. Transportation provided.
Ancon, Curundu and
Panama. Children 2 1-2 to 5
, years.. Constant supervision.
Hours 8:00. cm. to 11:00 a.m.
English spoken. House 875 MOP.
- Ave, Phone 1214.
& Motors,' I
, gALE: -- 26' Fishing boat
V-8 inboard engine, inclosed
',' head., Call Cristobal 3-2420.
FOR 5A1.E: -- Johnson 35 with
now 'power head. Also 14 ft.
boat with Evin rude 25 rind
trailer. Call 2-34J 7.
WANTEDr .0. Make Garman
, Shophard 'puppy. Phone Nan'
picked the delel
His union h
'000 new inembe
lion 'bringing It
mark. He said
ing its biggest
dustries and is
is not specifics
en either side
said one conditi
'would be rreco
No one seer
swer to the v
added that "tb
ment with moo
taxes for those
Ite does not
Congress is "111
dieted labor iv
been rigged, the rank and file
picked the delegates and nobody
--His union has received 120,-
000. new members since his elec eleclion
lion eleclion 'bringing It to the 1,632,000
mark. He said the union is mak making
ing making its biggest gains in small n ndustrles
dustrles ndustrles and is also picking up
7"1,egislation before Congress
is not specifically 'aimed against
the Teamstets, but against the
entire labor inovethent,' and
serVos anti-itnion employeti ,and
the National,,Association of Manu Manufacturers."
facturers." Manufacturers." 0'
hhve been po byetturei
n either side 'for return' of .the
teemstercoto the Art-C04t-Ile
said one condition for that return
'would be rreeognition.that we're
an autonomous international un union."
ion." union." --No one seems to have the an answer
swer answer to the imemployment. He
added that "the biggest answer
TUN probably'be earlier retire retirement
ment retirement with more money !with less
taxes for those the lower in income
come income bracket.
--He does not think the-present
Congress is "'liberal" and be pre predieted
dieted predieted labor would not get the
61.25-an-hour 'miniinum wage, it
lard Man On'Moon
gram. He conceded:Ibis sotintrY
trails Russia in the long range
mivile field but said "we 'are up
with them or ahead of them in
the great majority of militasty)
Said there are 'no panaceas
in sight for solving the 4110-missile
problem'? But he said the
Defense Department .,had not
given ult, hope and currently is re reviewing
viewing reviewing the Nike-Zeus program.
Predicted the Atlas liquid-fueled
intercontinental ballistic missile
would not become obsolete. even
after the solid-fuel Minuteman is
Said the big 'problem in get getting
ting getting scientists and engineers is sot
numbers but fluidity.'
To Fan Mishaps
Of Red Skelton
HMI COD, Calif., April 11--
(UPI) Comedian Red Skelton's
12-year old daughter, Valentina
Marie, was thrown,drom a hmle
and injured yesterday at Fox Hilts
stables at nearby Culver City.
Dr. Clarence Agrees.'of Bever Beverly
ly Beverly Hills said the girl Suffered la lacertations
certations lacertations of, the face, punctured
lips and gums from braces on the
teeth and a bruised shoulder.
Valentina was riding ter horse.
Cody, given, to her by Skelton,
three months ago,,, when some something
thing something startled the 'animal.
She was thrown over Cody's
head ivhen the horse shied and
slid 10 to 15 feet. Her physician
expected Valentina to be confin confined
ed confined to her home for 10 days.
Valentina's injury was another
its a series of fro clic end near near1
1 near1 tragic inciden,0 "le life el the
1 skelton family
year-old son. Richard, died of
, , stricken
lips and gunt
teeth and a
She was. t
10 to 15
ed to her lion
its a series (
:z. ,, ,' , striciten
with a c't o.-0. .0 tfe attacirin
December. 195, end nearly die&
- I December, 1954
MONDAY,- APRIL IS,
I FOR SALE
TV, Radios, Transiters (
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't protentte
guarantee out work. WO OW
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905. 4
For toter Homo Services Alwity
Re Iv on
Phone 3-7607 Fanam. Semis
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m
Costal Boma sarvico all Panama
Transport Trucks, Tractors, logo
livastock, Mc. Call PSIMMO
3-6852 le 3-020.
Protect yowr home and props.
ty against bow dams's.'
Prompt sciantifk treatmont
emergency or monthly budget
basil. To hipbone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777;
Domestii, Employment I
American family needs expert
teak.' Excellent salart Ph 1111
3-6365 from 8:00 cm, SI 5
ACE bid ',' 52b
fAdvoclite Asbestos 345b
;Allegheny Corp 11
Amer Cytinamid 52
Amer Motors 26
Amer Tel and Tel 248
Arkansas Fuel 3614
r'AVC Mfir 14 t
Beth 'Steel 50
Bellinger Corp 912b
Bicroft 'Uranium 88b
British Pet 5-16
Canadian Eagle 71211"',
Cerro de Pasco 4SVs
Chicago great Weet 49b
Cities Service 69
Coastal Carib 1
Colgate Palmolive 10112b
Creole Pet 56
Crown Cork and Sea) 37b
Cuban Venezuelan Oft 11-16
Du Pont 223
El Paso Natural gas 33
Fairchild Engine 8
Fargo Oil 6
Felmont Pet ; 614b
General Dynamics 613's
General Electric 111b
General Motors 46
' General Plywood 241A1
Gulf Oil 11534b
Harsco Steel 40b
Hayden Newport 18 ;
Imperial Oil 44
Intl Pet 37b
, Amer Cyanamid
' Amer' Motors
, Amer Tel and Tel
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago great Weet
Felmont Pet 634b
General Dynamics 617s
General Electric 111b
General Motors 46
' General Plywood 2414 ;
Gulf Oil 115b
Harsco Steel 40b r',
Hayden Newport 18
Imperial Oil ' 44
Intl Pet 37b
Martin Co. 15 ,'
New Eng Tel bed Tel 173
Northrop Air 4274 1
' Olin Mathieson 4 ''
Pancoastal 414 I..
Paq Israel 7-16 ''-
Pantepec 011 2 ''
Phillips Pet SI, 1
Pure Oil 46
RCA' 54 q
Reynolds Meta, 115
Royal Dutch Shen 45
San Jacinto 30b i', q
Shen Transp 19
Signal Oil and 414 37
Sine laic Oil
Socony Mobile 4634 i
Sperry Rand 22 "'
Standard Oil NI Sf i
Sterling Precision 410 ,,
Studebaker-Packard 12 l',
. Superior Oil 190511
Texas Gulf Prede 1044 ,,
Underwood 22;43 -,,,.'
United Canso Oil 37 .'
1JS Rubber ,54 7
VS Steel so '' ',
'Westinghouse Elite 79 ,',
Wheeling Steel 1644 )
Dies Al Home; 1
Mts. Gertrude Sirtunonsi 0, IV:
native of Jamalcsi died yesterday A
at her home after a short period
of illness. She resided at Potpie
Mrs. Simmons Came to the lath.
mus in construction dam' She wait
active in the Panama Spirit:JAI
Center hi Pueblo Atievo.
Funeral seres will be toti totiducted
ducted totiducted at the church Wednesday,
at 4 P.M., followedby burial 44
the Pueblo Nuevo, Cemetery.
Mrs., Simmons 'it:survival&
ber husband, Alfred retire4
ploye of Gorges HospKal.
She also leaves twno sons,' Hen Henry
ry Henry and William; tw6 daughters,'
Iris and Sylvia 'ead Wad" outdo
a, salsa ability,
111 sod Saanisb.
11 o' i
...Stir 7;4.6 ;,,,o
RED Ciftire2' '745
FEI...C562 5 !Aisl
?PE 8,057- NEW
714NG- Walt Walt'SEE
'SEE Walt'SEE yem,e
21 PAGE SEM
l'he Alan Claims Horseplayers
Are Normal Human Beings
By JIMMY BRESLIN
'EW YORK --(NEA)-- Arthur
J'ilich spends all his tinie
Ting out hw to move people
race tratk. Normally, this
did be a precaridus occupat.on.
.ten you .say you are going to
1..;ve la man at a track it means
ou are going to rob hint oM mo mo,
Froehlich, however, is in arch archOct.
Oct. archOct. a completely hondrable,Pr0-
Cessiod. He has either ,built, re rebuilt
built rebuilt or served as. consultant 'on
uearly every malor race track
onstruction jtO in the bat 10
rears. Hie latest Is the gleaming
$32 million Aqueduct course which
will open VI York in'Beptem.
But while he deals with an in
NEW YORK 4UPI)--The Floyd
'atterson Ingemar Johanson
teavyweight title fight at Yankee
tadium on June 25 was shaping
p today as one of Abe richest
outs in' histOry barring "the up upet
et upet of the century."
Slender Bill Roiensohn, the boy
oromoter who may be the sharp sharpst
st sharpst such opertor since Tex Rick Rickord,
ord, Rickord, faces just one problem which
.ould turn his fight into a fiasco,
rhis is Patterson's tIgneup" 'tate
idense at Indianapolis on Kay I
igainst I3rian London, the British
What happens if London wins?
"I'm not concerned," Rosensohn
alleges. "We all know what Pat Patterson
terson Patterson tan do. If he loses, it will
be the upset of the century."
By inference, it might have
been added that everybody knows,
too, what London can't to.
"Actually, the Patterson-London
bout is on a strategic date to help
interest in our bout," Rosensohn
explained. "If Patterson, loolo
good, everybody will want to see
a great champion in action. If he
should look bad, then a tot of
people will want to be on hand
to see whether Jobansson can'
What happens it Patterson ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally is cut badly or by some
quirk of fat gets busted up,
Rosensohn can anower this only
with a Pittsburgh Phil shrug.
Meanwhile, he is driving ahead
with slick promotional plans
which wrote some sort of boxing
history Wednesday when he tied
lip lulls the Diners' Club for a
'ger Id-wide package tour of which
the Patterson-Johanason bout will
provide the icing on the tourist
, Sis Guarantee
The Diners' Club has guarati
teed ItOsensohn 20,000 spectators
on the basis' of $10 seats. This
amounts to a $200,000 guarantee.
Through Ito 200 associated travel
agents in the United States, Can.
Idl and 64 countries in south
America itod the rest of the
world, it will book tours to New
York which vill include transpor
tation, hotel accommodations,
tight tickets and limousine sell.
ko all the way around.
animate object, a steel and con-
crete track, most of bis thinking thinkingstarts
starts thinkingstarts with the psychology of a
person who ,bets horses. And on
this, pipe-smoking; conservative
Froehlich is in. expert.
"Before we start, we put a lot
of time into thinking about, the
people Who will be at a track," he
says. "The primpry job is go give
freOlom of moveMent. But
I think it's just at impOrtant to
,mognize a couple of things
, oW orsep Ayers are people.
You can't lump them into a sepa separate
rate separate clang:They, are the same as
"Take color. A' boriiplayer ter
acts to color. It is hshionable to
say they all are refugees from
All of this Can be charged by
members to their Diners' Club
"This will be more attractive to
large companies. because they can
MAO 'this a tax deductible item,"
In a manner of speaking this
makes Uncle Sam a co-sponsor of
the fight but, after all, Mt. Whis Whiskers
kers Whiskers gets a pretty good cut all
the way. around anyhow.
For River Oaks
.1401..TON, Tex. (UPI) De.
fending champion ,Barry Mic Koy
will be top seededMonday when
the River Oaks tennis tournament
25th annual play opens for seven
MacKay was tot man of only
four players seeded in meti's
singles, although the field will be
packed with United States anti
Po lowing in the seedings will be
Lula Ayala of Chile, defeated in
four sets by MacKay in last year's
finals; Bernard (Tut) Bartzen,
the national city champion, and
Dick Savitt of New York.
MacKay, of Dayton, Ohio now
is stationed at 'Ackland Air POrce
Base, San Antonio, where he is
doing a sixmonths tour of active
, TAMPA, PL,A
some dingy horse room or garage
dice game. So ,why bother with
fancy surroundings at a me
track? That is all wrong.
"Every track I've handled, from
Hollywood-Park to Aqueduct, has
been splashed with nolor. I use
lots of iteds and blues on the
walls and facades. We gind it
helps produce a gay mood at the
track. It reacts favorably on play playersas
ersas playersas Increases mutuel handles
show, No, there is no certain col color
or color which prods a player into bd.
ting more money. But a general
splash of colors enlivens him."
' Froehlic also tali chanted the
design of the mutuel window3.
In New York they noW 'are grim grimlooking
looking grimlooking affairs stuck tinder the
stands. The windows are heav heavily,
ily, heavily, barred. Undoubtedly they were
built this way to protect the mu mutual
tual mutual clerks from eatching pen penches
ches penches from angry bettors.
Froehlich's hew tracks are
equipped with windows in prom prominent
inent prominent spots. They are of modern
bank 'design. Just a wisp of giass
here and there between seller and
player. No bars.
'The colors soothe uffled feel feelings,
ings, feelings, quickly, he feels. .,:
But in New York the,si dayt,
ank tellers and their bar-less
windows have been 'well raided
by grown men with machine
ems, old ladies with threaten threatening
ing threatening notes and paper bags and
young boys with cap 'pistols.
Where does this leave Froeh Froehlech's
lech's Froehlech's windows?, ,"
"Thera is one open betting area
in Aqueduct which required blar blared
ed blared windows for security reasons."
ihe said. "Otherwise we feel the
place is well protected. We
recopize the threat of a hold holdulL'
ulL' holdulL' .,
On rOn the matter ,sf security' he
is something -of an expert, ton,.
One, of his better designing jobs
was on the Lynmiod, lif. city
WI AMU! pitinted the tell
Wails k robin's egg blue., Wheth.
er this makeiljt pleasure to do
time debatable, ,
Froehlich also puts, in the 'rae 'raeing
ing 'raeing strip itself in many of his
tracks, It is his idea the old "my
horst didn't like the' track here"
is otrictly te alibi.
"Fro familiar with Itelmont
Park'citrip, And, with the west
coast tracks., Now everybody
say1 the coast. tracks 'are paste.
boards 'and produce, sOuped-up
times while the eastern,. tracks
are deeper and produce worth.
',Me soil composition at 'both
places is the 'same. There is alt.
solutely no difference. Anybody
wbo claims differently is talking
wlthout knowledge. Maybe jet
air his Something to do with test
times. But certainly not the
Ity MURRAY OLDERMANT
. TAMPA, Fla -;,,-(NEA Veda Pin
son, the young eentedielder of
' the Cinching 1 ,Reds, won't he. 21
until August. But ha wag ethical.
' ed to adulthood 'on a wind-blown
day io Chicago last April. , r
, Pinson was then 11,sell-con
scious rookie trying to graduate,
from Class C baseball 10 the Ma'
' Joni. I st.
. Ernie Banks of the Cubs loft lofted
ed lofted a tall fly to center, and Veda
made a "U" turn to go beet for
it.- That was his first mistaket He
lost sight of' the ball. TN drAtti
off Lake Michigan pabbed it ind
swirled the ban back to the in,
- field. 'Veda tutted tail, made ,t
desperate grab,;but the ball lea in
front of his glove.. s .".
For the first. tims in 'his life
' Veda heard boos. ..
"They got on me," recalls the
soft-spoken kid Irom Oakland,
Calif., "and 1 beard -it,' 1 think
right there 1 began to lose my
'Probably the worst thing
that ever happened to, me was
hitting a home run in the sec second
ond second game of the 'season it Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. 1 started thinkiag of my.
sell as a alugger., 1 kept'Weiting
for the big pitch. t
"You san do that at Alkali In
the California State. League,' but
up here Ably hit Alit corner ,on
you. 1 kept waiting And waiting."
He waited all the way to &Lit &Little,
tle, &Little, where it took a ,knock on the
head to straighten him out.
"Hal Woodeschick-1$ never for forget
get forget that namecaught me on the
back of the- head where the het,
met meets the neck," said Pie
son. "First time 1 was ever nem
ed. 1 think it put ill the pieces
,, together. Next lime 1 went to bat
in a game 1 hit a homer." -,
Pinson hunched oni a bench "'hY
Et his locker in the Cincinnati
0 quarters at plabt Field. A tight tighthugging
hugging tighthugging sports shirt made him
look muscular. He's net big, may maybe
be maybe 3-11 and 173. He's been tom,
, pared to Willie Mays, but there's
I scant resemblance. He's lefthand,
' ed all the way. Where Willie's ex exuberant,
uberant, exuberant, Veda's subdued; where
Willie runs with a flair, Veda
glides, only taster (Pedro Ramos
of the Nits, who's challenged all
sprinters. to match races says
Pinson's the only one he 'fears).
( Vadk met Withe the first time
. in an, exhibition game a year
Age. Willie said to him, "Re "Remember,
member, "Remember, you can't outrun the
When Vada .returned to the
Reds last fill for 1-hukh look
after batting .343 at Seattle,
Willie Palmed him running out to
conterfield between innings So a
game against the Giants.
"Remember leMie repeated,
"you can't-:-,'outrun hto ball,"
lrlitout year's btiildup,
Nada has grovni into, a full fullblown
blown fullblown major leaguer', iyith the
rounded equipment to become
one 'of the great name' on the
'game for the next 10 years.
"He lOuld ba 4 great ball ballplayer,'
player,' ballplayer,' said Hai Jeffcoat, the
smart relief pitcher Of the' Reds,
"If somione doesn't COYilt, along
and teach him to hit .230."
Pinson doesn't know it all yet.
Against the Dodgers in Sara Sara'sota
'sota Sara'sota one afternoon he teed off on
a pitetiby Rene Valdes and drove
it far wit to icenterfield. Head
down, ,Pinson churned tround
second base. Then he heard a 1
roar Boni the crowd. He thought,
the boll had been caught. .11e
startel to Jog across the infield to
Cosa Reggie Otero on third
let mt a yell. Vada caught him himself.
self. himself. i'The ball," said Otero, "eet
wentlover." The sign he pointed
to reid 425 feet.
Vain Pinson got back to the
dugolt, his buddy, ,prank Rob.
inso4, admonished him, "You
take,care of the base hits. Leave
thos4 1011t ones to guys like me
who know how to let 'ern out."
Ra 1ph Gul ahl
1931I when sc
victories 'in the
the Wester 01
won tbe 111 tel
ished second wi
to interview v
tiOWIt the lair a:
In a major t
set a U.S.
winning Ms s
it stood until
148. His gam
1940- but be
, Whatover ba
need .of sam
, Asthma and Br(
your sleep, under
and weaken you
Marti to work ths
tacks. It helps dies
cus and promotes
Ind htendeee's set
in old and stubbm
times, from any di
see how much be
breath tonight, at
you will teel tot
ohltis and klay
ahl was the world's
from 1937 through
scored two streight
the U.S. Open, won
Open three- times,
ters once and fin fin1
1 fin1 wiee. Pleasant, easy
r ven while walking
ir ays lo his next shot
nament, big Ralph
. n reeord..of 261
f st one in 1937 end,
ill en tiogan's 276 ii't
In fell apart around
t essionally figured
len thereafter until
lien early in World
Aned to Ralph
he hat an In.
and it you'ro in
I he'v on Ann
MIN attaeas ruin
se your strength
oth Otir blood la
ite strangling Mu-ee.
I is effective area
Wail, (Mt Men.,
rotors leder and
r you sleep and
hew much better
'tot, 'Russell '', Medi Reeder". be beceMe
ceMe beceMe a writing ma by demand
the chief of staff's.t...." .'"and since
this was smack dad in the mid mid,dle
,dle mid,dle of a world War, nobody was
telling Gen.- George -Marshall to
go taket. jump, said the 1 vin vintagi
tagi vintagi Vest Paint, athlete:, $
', Reedert assignment wag to in interview
terview interview combat brass :, and pri privates
vates privates in Ne Guinea tend Guadal Guadalcanal.
canal. Guadalcanal. On the basis- of these inter,
Aims, he would lugged' 'the', les lessons
sons lessons 0 of .wirftere ,. our ,',, soldiers
and Marines were. learning ,under
fire." .s., --.::. i '.. ,
The word 'lleisorue, 'worried
Reeder. By hit' own admission,
he ,had never set It klastroom on
fire,40"though the' temptation was
always present.' ;There Were oth-,
er phases of West Point life
which appealed to him' 'm u t h
more. He was captain-first base baseman
man baseman of the baseball ,varsity, Pp!",
ter than fair, loo,, for 'John Mc McGraw
Graw McGraw of the Giants took, a., look
at him in the spring-of 141. ,, -.
"end promptly fainted," ,-
Reeder decided to eschew the
bone dry, shifty 'pedestrian lan language
guage language to dear to Pentagon 'poM 'poMootitY,
ootitY, 'poMootitY, and let the toldiers speak
in 'their own Ivey and in t h CI r
own words. .11 gam' it plenty
of realism, A lot of suitti.r,-,
Whatever he gaTve it,. k:. .14d,
back in' Washingtn;., jiiiiiteted
three jitterY, dottbtfur days be before
fore before puting it on IdarahalPs
desk. .the manuscript :Made a
hit, although he had no way of
knowing, this- at 'he- numtentlr.
"In faett when .lateportedo the
neit morning. 'a m or Wait teat.
ed at my desk and is eirp bung
from the. book' 4-- always -.used.
Thia, could mean Ohif orte ',thing
to .me:, I ,bad offended the chief
of staff and My next,tour of du duty
ty duty ;would. be. deep inliriater ,Slob,
at deve happily, the ma maJoe
Joe maJoe had ea to express Mar Marshall's
shall's Marshall's deligh to announce the
work would be published by the
Pentagon (1 million copies) and
that Marshall himself would'write
the foreword. rreiently, Red
was hopelessly doomed; he had
seen his own baby dressed-in 10
, D-Day had found Red feeding
an infantrr in Normandy. He
. failed to dodge a German shell,
' a leg was shattered, necessitat
i 1 S
No. Prizes Nsk Pr lze0
4 Me 151.01 1030 151.10
1113C 151010 1130 151.111
0231 2100.01 12211 LOCO
1330 150.041 1330 151.61
0430 151.61 1431 156.100
0530 Istoo 1531 151.01
011341 150.00 ISM 151.00
1130 151.01 1131 1500
0031 350 00 1031 1541.00
MO 151.00 1930 151.00
Ink amputation.- Who but the
man himself can vihat
thoughts' occupy' hi- mind az he
heads lbr home, a cripple, won wondering
dering wondering low and where to start a
new life? '
A Hollywood Production
,The first helping band was ex extended
tended extended by Col. Bit Jones. After
the Japs struck Pearl Harbor,
many old West Pointers who had
wandered into other fields re retuned
tuned retuned to the Academy. Jones
had -been athletic director at Ne Nebraska;
braska; Nebraska; previously he had play
ed' and coached at the Academy.,
now be wilt be& is athletic th thrector
rector thrector and he requested that
Reeder be named to his staff.
In his playing days Red It a d
tubbed helmets with some of Ar Army's
my's Army's best. Moe Daly, Chuck
Born, Bud Sprague, Blondy Satin Satindets,
dets, Satindets, Tiny Hewitt,' tight Horse
Harry Wilson, Tom Trapnell.
Mike Yeomans. Reeder had been
a seldom-miss drop kicker; also,
phrase maker of the Votarlan
school,". .E.G., "talent is in.
spiration butgenius is Perspire.
hon.". ."They said I lifted the
line-lrom the Farmer's .Almanac.
But that's not true ...More likel
got it from an Edie' Guest
The red head was gratefully
eppreciative of tiff's efforts to
make him' forget. and football.
especiilly Army football, had al always'
ways' always' been very class t
But now that he h,ad fallen in
love with 'mortis. his zeest for the
sport diminished, and the night
post-practice hours found him de devising
vising devising plots tether 'than WAY&
and Pretty soon he had knother
smash. ."Bringing tip the
Brass'. "...except Ws one wasn't
a Pentagon give.,,,eway: it was
a $3.50 book-store special. Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood made a picture of it.
' Yousre Through?
Col. Reeder, with oe book
just out, "Attack st Fort Look.
out". .and woultL this ,be his
10th or 12th?. con.
feises that in the betiinnine he
had a secret .eoliaborator. Nardi
Reeder Champion,- his gifted li literary
terary literary sister,
"1 found ,the arrangement most
satisfactory'," admits Red., "Sis
is a pro, yeally, and- no nutter
how discouragingly involved 1
NAL IL "FIERY
, VANAMA,"-REMBILIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers ln the Drdinity Drawing No'2092 April 12, 1?59
The whole ticket hes ht pieces "'which eompthite the teie aeries-4, and ')
-..--Riisf:Piiii,', ...9,2 3,9:
0 0 $ 2 ,' r
pogo. No. Pri11 No. 4 tam Ne. Prim Ne, Nigel NI
I54.00 2030 ISCOS $630 154.60 4030 151.110 5030 154.00 Si
158.001 '2734 1114.04 2130 154.40 413S 154.90 5130 15C06 Si
$60.00 2230 1,11116.I0 $236 2,0011M 4n0 Lotto 5230 2,890.00 111
158.011 2334 154.60 1336 154.116 4330 154.00 5330 154.08 C
15M00 2434 154.00 1434 11511.1111 4430 154.60 5430 156.00 M
1511.01 2530 11118.06 1536 154.66 4530 i54.61 5530 1511.00 II
154.00 2636 ts0.00 000 151.611i 44311 154.00 116311 7511.09 Si
154.01 27M 154.00 1730 154421 4 4730 758.00 5734 150.110 C
184.00 2130 754.00 I 3830 ',IMAM I 4838 twee 112311 754.M ,e1
154.011 2930 151M 1 2930 T 150.70 1 4934 154.00 MI 754.110 M
.1111 SILOS Sill 11111 1111
1111 2110 Isces sits
2101 ISSAS 1111'..: la4.11 $111
I i ' i
MN 5115 WM ins MAO
,...--- ----..............,,..A... Ihio.miniodli.----..
ritoel '114 136.10 ;III 130.04
ISA 1111 1311.16 2118 IMAM
, $ A 1 '. ''
7115 2111.11, 1115 .' 21101
2111 1210, 211 121.00,,
2121 121.11 k 2121 '13111
pprothistions Derived Front First Prize
1121 1121.10 1 1221 2211.11' 2n 120.N 1' 1222 121.14) 1221 .1 1232
1222 121.11 1224.. .121.11 1221 121.11 1221 .,..1121.11, 1n1 121.01 1232
NOTga Tito winning tickets with the last cipher and with the tete last
;P.a.? ciphers apr only to tho First Prize.
The First Prize and t 2nd ond 8r4, Prizes are drawn separately rho
proximations ore eaten sled on the First. Second ond Third prises In case
a ticket should carry tin number. of sash prise, the holder is entitled to
elaim Payment tor esch.
DRAVIIIIG OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, April 12, 1959,
Drawing Numb,' es193
- ' ?faction Ticiet
First Prize. .... AO ', $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 15 3 00 6 00
,Third Prize. 45, ', 2.00 '40.00
01' PRIZIS AIRS PAID Willi
LONDON 'tNEA$ :-AVith the
date, May I, rapidly Approaching,'
the Floyd Patterson-Brian' l..onuen
match In Indianapolis ,was
in London is the "heavyweight
championship ''' fight that never
wag," ;. ir A
' Maybe, Patterson knesi, what he
was doing, but London wait the or original
iginal original mixed-up kid. I talked te the
British, contender at Ms Black04 .1
home. He confessed 'that he ,did
not 'know when he, was flying
I, kiwi is. what- I read k in
the newspapers," he said..
London professed to believe thia
the arrangements were stalled be.
nuke of the ilebitte-rabout kelt
b England, the ghtle'
treated al the- flaric, biggest
joke. SpOrts -Virden opened s bet betting
ting betting book on where Ale bout Woinhi
be held with the site filictuating
daily from, loss Vegas to ,Indiana
polls by way of Colorado Springs
Some 'bets were laid, that Hit
match would not take place at al
With so- little time- remaining,
London could, not oossibly' get in
shape, to meet Patterson on M:ly,
I, it was argued, ',Brian -,,clenies
"I have been trabine for-1 a
month," he said,. !:'doing eight
miles on the road every .morning
and boxing 10 eounds-ovrny alter'
n0(01.( in the pink."
London hotly,,denied being used
as t punching bag for Prttersor's
fight with- Ingemar johansson in
Naw York 'June
"If this !is a warm-up," ',lit
got In a situation, 1,could 04:lays
count on ler to bail me out.'
And then something occurred that
left him high and dry, utterly on
"We're ,getting long fine, ,on
the "West, Point Story." orodi.
gious resesrch job which trace
in detail the Acoderly hittory
from its very first delta when
one night sift suCilenly laid:
"You take it from -hare on in.
I'm through!,' ,,
7,, "You're throoeh?
"Thant what I said. I'm going
to have baby.'
Derived from Secon Prize
Ni. i 46
U30 I Ale
lin 1 APO
6231 2,6 le
6336 1. 411
64311 i. .66
16311 1. Ai
'.. 9i- 0,.. !...e,'.!.kt
stressed. PI must be the highest.'
psio spairing partner in history?'
The British Boxing Boardbanoe
the fight was approved bythemat bythematority
ority bythematority of English ns on the 4
grounds that London' is not lithe
reigning British heavyweight hence
not entilted to a crack at Patter-
son's crown. Henry,' Cooper beat
London badly in Januar.-
London does nOt believe he wilt
lose his license 'at home for del..,
Mg the British board.
"I cad always fight in the States
or on the tontinent; anyway," be 3-
I. 1 1".
, Asked it 'he planned to retire.
after,. the Patterson party, Lon-
don Pointed otit that heves ooly.)!
24 loo had not ''yet, reached his A
, Brian London's 223,000 -guarantee
lot:fighting Floyd Patterson ,11
is more' than he could itarn,i1 10
fights in England.- ie p
"I itm boxing tor.' oast) and a
fight'fike thia wil; 'put my 'wife tod ;
mo on easy street,' he C011eitinktd
AS VEGAS- Nev.2:-(NEA)-: The
00,000 tat Vegtie Tournament of
Chamniont la a ',Ault., tournament
the financial oronortiona of 'ivhich
reach Wall Street'
,' r 1
' One asm'bier:hei standvrd adda adda10.0o0
10.0o0 adda10.0o0 1,-that no rolfer in the
field eenrel bnla te Ann on the :
Web, event)). and 10th
helea,:,lrhare le 'etarOard twice of
14 that tee glints on itt oar 3, sev A 4
enth hole wonitland tee erten.
Mt Oil le At the 1.1111:
outfit NIP whiehtnitil now; hat
benafit for' Pr6'orla' "ne.
the Oliver, t,aina honoht Gen,. ut.
tierthrce ve,ra In row and won ,;,,'-
Iota! of 6217,663. .,
The itell'eltineet,nlavOti over the N
Tvogott tnn course,. is 9,,3,Aelniett tor
' ,. :
,It testrictaft to nrotesslonats
'who have on .:,rGA iottcoan,ents',
in thosllibot year.' So far 26 have
No,, ?thee No. Prises
firm iscoo toad tics
1230 2,8041.410 N2311 006.641
IMO 1511.60 $3.16 ISSAS
143 MUM Rein A. 1110.00
7531 IMMO I $5311 1543.96
7030 .156.00 I gm. 156.01
1710 (1111130 ISS.St
711.10 134110 1MA
5520.00 11234 1211.00 11230 520 110 01311 52446
575.00 9235 520.0 0237 520.10 9231 520.00
.' 11 r :
,' 'Approximations Derived frOm Third Prize
- ;.; ,,
e445 15415 144. '1$115..0 1445 154.04 4445 15410 5445 15414 45 151.01 ,1445 11441 U14,00- 9445 15016
2435 154.44 2435 Intim 2440 104.00 244! 104.1145 .1444 164.00. )11442 p14.011 2440 104.00 24m 104.0.fa ,
1437 104.40 2431 1114s 14 .2441 15415 2454 10410 2452 10441 1454 104.e.
PriiitlilM511111 NUMber. of yesterdit'S LetterY Diaw-lne; were Slid st: Ttle. Paranti 2n I'aitenii kid in loaname-,
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 0 and net Intl uded in the 'above Hit Win Fit y 1141;1)16re ($52.00reach
The whole ticket hag fifty-twi pittei which tOMOttOeS the two series & "It
, ""'" A ,
Signed by: The Goveinor of the PrOthice of ,Pahanto EMAN,
The Hepresentative of the Treasury,' JAIME bs LA' VARDIA' '
WITNESSES: Manuel V. Palma 47-21190 s s. IOSE 'DOMINGO 11) t-10SE A. OMAR,
0801, 8. Lewis-wCed. 15-2031' Notary Publid", PO it,' ' rot the SOOretatt
, '4. A 1. 4 fr A ,'
Tito Orion will hi Witetirtlottio with tho Official LW et Pannm ht
tho otticeoW1 tho.Notional Senetkieht Lettory shinned in Cotton), Avenue.
Izeit are drawn separately The lip PLAN :or ninDINAny t PRA 'NG e., (093 WHICH WILL' 1
nriEn' In' cl" "' A .; 'TAKE t14AC SUN Ale,, tPRIL 1911959 ,' ,-
;ehiletreerniee,e1 Ilthand Theoliteder, b entitled to tileided in 6,a4Witiii ft Tracy na each dettorttinatid "A"' and "8", ,740
N., ...,., ,,, ,. ,,,, ,,,,t4,t, 01',N1 0 tRIZ) 't ...T ' t "''' '' '''
' 1 rind Prfi aerie, Al,. a II, t .,, 26,000.60 iikal aeries' SS2,6041.1)0 1
IE' ''' '' ' ' ' ' Second at. Series A cl 8. t, '.',''','. ?AMMO each aerie 13.660.00 1
3,', STRIKES'; : ..,,,laiiird rt,rmi u ser,izt.:7, anii ti. .',.14:110.0' :11, zrl: :7- ;:vitt i
. ., i ..,.. St lea is: and S. f .'t. .: ,, '. 1,30006 each gerbil .'' 23.4041.00
' ,'' ,,,, ,.' ., y '" , VI izon, Si lea A end, 8, t .4,1 .',. ', 18.00 each !brim ..; 1.4.040.99.
12 1959 -,,.,, .1- ,,, :. ,' to, til!pd4 t4its',4 apt to,: pt, :4 -, -, f100.,,....,e,!! s1,.:ir, ,....,.,,,!... :00,.
, ,., ., ,,,,,.,.fi, ,,,-;. ,;, 1. .. 1 4 , e ..,,t! ,,' ,,,:, ,'t',.';',1 .1,,' '4 ;'', ''' i 11F,COPI ettlit ' il ,. ,.,.'
' ' "' ''' h ')::1 ., -4'' ,,,.,' ; al Appriiiiiitatiogus. 'Aeries A end pi, A SIMS each knee 1 2.340.110
114'193 ',:' ''' ' '''''0 '4' r'1, ' a a;ivesi' swigs, and a, lit.. rr, '13:04) nikeb ,nol'il k 33441
'' '1.''''' Priletioin 7.,'",' Isi e ,.,' ,, --; I,: .:, .0 ''',,:- Itittilb RIZ ? -' "" ."'
,.,,,, I. , , .,,s.,,,, ..., , ,,.,,, 4,,, ,,.- II Approximatiohe 'Series' A and & t ,,, II .- S2.00 each aeries 1 Irmo
,.,;;,; .$11,00 $220.00; I !rite, Sol ant is at 4,, :i -. , .,.. 'MSG ita,, ch !arise ,40440
' ' '''3 V '''' ''''''''''i Total '.' ' ' ' SITS MSS
.- .' ''''''' 3 00 6 .00
,,s' ;,': .,','''' - .' ', Prsico of a whole tick. .....h...',s o $26.00,,,.,
... 6,0411111100.,, ... ,....
' ''''"'Piiio ofLii tlnd'oott '' '''' ''' 0 50 -....,
. ,, 2.no-- ,,,', 40.00,
-;PRIZIS' ARS ?Ain W11110111, DIScOUNTS ritt AtAXER ', ,., t
1 Sip wItls-the Diners' Club for a
I Second re, Series A cI a I '-.,'; 11100.00 each aeries 13800.00 .."' 4'
, ,...v..., ..., 7,.7.77., ,r ,t1, .,.i,,, 7 ,...,,. ..,,,,...igu 741k SDI --DT .." ,. ) -,
ocong a sis.months tour Of active Froehlich also puts in the rile. ,1"11" D."1"1 r'r "cn
Ins strip itself in many of his 't ., 1 N
' 11Perld-wide package tour of which dut-v. Li t x ',1,, ,,,lob .feiz)- 1 't,'",, .. .,,z,
; the Patterson-Iohansson bout will tracks, It is his idea the old "my ' t'. : , , , ,' ,, , , I Pint Pr Serie A a II, f 28,00060 Oitai Series $32,004100 0.
, provide the icing on the tourist - horst didn't like the track here" ASTI1 A,13nd DRAVIIIIG OF IHE 3, STRIKES
,, I Third Pri Seriee A art IL!. L., 8,000.00 Mich work .4"" 101000 ,41)
IS ettietly in alibi.
I cake. ,,,, IS Annititim Retch lierima A rid bt .280.00 each series 9.360.00 , .,
, , ; Ai, .,1 12 wr it .1, : ;1:, tr, .1., :,,,,,, it r ; :;', ,.,,r.,', 901 .illzelhoo. :Ire: lieflex AA atintula, BS: ; ...:to ...:.,,., ,' 1;30018,A00e search! errioont s', 23.,.!0:01:00,,,, .1; ,,'44,110;" 411' ''''
1 '. Listen To "I'm familiar with Belmont 1311011 1111'1 5
) . . Big Guarantee Park'citrip, And, with the west rtiaLli yap Sunda
. IL n an
The OAS coast tracks., Now everybody Asthma and Br hitis attacks ruin Y rf 17,17, ...',.,.,;., 1.' .4 , ins. tom., of ,A nd A't .-i .- ;too each 'aeries 41400.00s e ,,,,, 4,
. - ' ' .' ',11, : ;, 4, 4.' ''t!, : I ' V ','', ), 14 ; ''r "Y totenn ?mit w, ,k ''' '..-):--, -i- 4 .0 g
1 The Diners' Club has guaron. nye the coast. tracks are paste. your sleet, unde ne your strength Drattbier Numbeesie2 ', ..., Y. t -k --:t '44 ,.' al APProximatiotia twill A and 111, t), $ 6.1106 each wiries $ 2.340 00 1, ,1
1 teed Rsensohn 20,000 spectators "q) boards and produce, sOuped-up and err one heart. Mendece ,, , ,,,
' ., ,, ,..,, , ,,, ,,, s,4, ijr, tele asrise,.ly end Al, ot ,,,,,,.,,,, 0,,, 13040 MO NNW k 334040 r.r.,...4.1t,
' on the basis' of $10 seats. This anamerican times while the eastern tracks ravsfrtel 6swatrt.s th lehlertust'sitius ar ' ' .,.. R : -,. '1: ''",' Artitait RIZ ? '',. ', 4 '' i
,. '' -' kr -,L,' i''' 18 Approximations Berle"' A and t I SS 00 loch series I 1 1
. amounts to a $200,000 guarantee. (
-) w, are deeper and produce worth. tacks. Itteise dig e strarigling mu
Through Ito 200 associated travel Reegrell OhOW while records,' ,, tam and itromote ee easy breath. : ,First Prizes 30' $1100' $220.00: ' I Prite, Awl 41 (I, a 11 '- ' . 3r1-'" a' t
an i, el I, : 78.00 each settee 140440 i-, :-1.',A
, agents in the United States, Can. h Mg, Men ase's se is inactive eve, ,',"'
',Ile SOIL compositin at 'bot it, eid and stubb cease. Get Men. ' ' 4 '' ' iiits prime ,';' ,' ' I ':''' ,e -',,''' i Total' ',' N ;144':.$1714924Les ; ., ;6;
' i oda and 76,, countries in South 12:30 p.m. places is the 'same. There is ab. deceit from any d store tomer ass
see ow much 'be r you sleep and Second Prize 15 - 0.- 3 oo : 60.00 ,, ,,,,,,,,,, A f
America end the rest of the
solutely no difference. Anybody breathe tonight it tmtelt better -r. , 1 ..,.r. : '
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' t S o of 0 whole e ka ' a S26 CKI
i world, it will book tours to New wbo claims differently is talking you will teel to row. Mt1714es, Thi d
,, r Prize. ). a ,,,,
45 '."-''' '' 2 Of) '' 40 00 .'' ri lc -a a...h.:a ..t. ,....... ,, ' p .p
HOG-YCN ""Prito of 0 5211dpott ' '' 0 50 -.. ,.. 13
. York which vill include transpor. without knowledge. Maybe ,the naht discomforts Mature, Brea-,
chitis and Hay Ire e 1 tii .
, ''. taUon hotei accommodations, Every Sunday air his Something to do with list 1 "' N '''
1 tight 'tickets and Umousine serv. times. But certainly not Ute 1 ', .. I. ,, r. .., ., 5 , . i ,,i rt
. 0 :::' '' PRIZIS ADS PAID W11110111' DISCOUNTS tilt 'TAXES '''''' t ' ;, t.'; '
' ke all the way around. , track itsett"
i"I ' ,
, . ... ,
, , ,
,'S, '1,,,, ':q ''''
: ...-..,; ..y'.. I.: ., ,... i
:;,:..-.., .., -..:. -,v...2.,...-,-..-
ba the highest7--
ter in history.".. ''.;,..,'
ng .Boardbanoe -'; 411.
wee bythemal-','''''..,,. 0. a
I-a as ...it's this ',.....,mi; Ai
on' is -not lithe t,,,,. -7..
evyweight hence -, .:,::
rack at Patter- ..':,' ii, t
r. Cooper beat f.. '.
anuar-'. ."L' 4.-- lkil.
believe he -win e :: :
home lot: delp-;.?--.' ''
'rd..: ;: '',' t ::,. i.,. !,, 5.. 1'
ht. in the' States ;.''.;.;.-4-' ;
I; anyway:4. he .i.....-7.4' :
,:v: - ,, 0 ' . L. ;:: ili 4,
nned. to ., retire, :,- A. -
a -party, Lon- ...",-;.;,,,, ,1
It he vas only.;,"'. t '14-
et, reached ... his i:, t g, )
,' ...,..it '., ., ..!, : $.7';
11060 -aiterait- : '? .':,'
rioyd Patterson :'....:::11,!
Amid ilarn,m 10 ',.!- s 7,
)r. eas -,-.4 ,- --,.i'. ,..,
Put my 'wife snd '' .... '.,,--
,'.4., he onclutiod ,... .- ''''.
, -: '.-, ,- ,A !,- 4'f
y. :.:... i,,,r,.., ,,,,.,.,.'-.0" ;
mi-:--(14EA)-..- The : ..14t'
ToUrnament of '!:........
mot, tournament ''..:.,-.....-7.'.:
Mons of -which ,.,1:-:--.
ligures.,:;;,,. ,. ; ',:..-:.:, ..';,
- f 2
his locker in the Cincinnati Ill
Pinson hunched oni a bench by
, In feet. when a eported, the sport anninonea, ana tne nignt London hotlydettled being used ....c 1 '7 .' --, t ,,, -- -1 r
' ''''''' I he Man CI
, aims Horsepiayers quarters at plailt Field. A tight- neit morning. ,t m or Wait' iteat-, post-practice hours found him de- a punching hag tor
ed at my. desk and- is tap hung vising plots rather 'than 'plays. Prttersor's One gem'bler:Nit statutard adda ' -' j,
fight with- Ingemar johansson,..in 10.0n0 to 1that on rolfer' in the .., ,,
hugging sports shirt made him from the. look' 4-- alweys -used. and? Pretty soon he had- another
t .; New York,'June 25: ,:: field will senryl bnla In AnA on tits
. look muscular. Re's net big, may- This, could 'mean only' Ong lhing imash. . ."Bringing 110 the 4,f this 4, is a warrnettp,n lytic ?mirth, totvd'tith." 1.1th'x and ,,, 10th --; -,---
, ,; , g be 5-11 and 175. He's been tom, to ,,me ,; I -bad, offended the 'chief Brass'. ',.except Ole one wasn't ---,,...,-......-- ,---..--, ,-..,........ holea.,'rhere le a 'statmlard rale of
' re orma uman eings pared to Willie Ma s
scant resemblance. He's lefthencil
, of ,staff and My next4nir of du. it Pentagon give,-sway: it was .4 ;
y but there s ''. i ituati 1. Id lir at
1-1 tbat tee allots on the Par 3, sev-
ty,would bs deep itr, wer,,Slob. e 53.50 book-store -- special. Holly- got n a s on, eou an IlYe oth bob, ,,,no.sne An tho gra,a. i ..
' ed all the way. Where Willie's ex. bovia.' ,' wood Made a pietdre of it. count miler to bell mo out. . All thit i li I t h r I.- -, -4,
- f , c 4 uberant, Veda's subdued; where
at' devs heppily, the ma- ., ---. And then something occurred that I ee le Ve A t 6 .a
'' t By JIMMY allISLIN animate object, a steel and con- Willie runs with a flair Veda jot.. had ea to express Mar- You're Through? left him high and dry utterly on outfit Nip whirhmt11 now.- has ',,,. '
, hew a benafit for Priolria l'-',4fla - 1
i crete track, most of bis thinking- ..., , ,,,.,. glides, only taster (Pedro' Ramos
i 'EW YORK (NEA) Arthur starts with the psychology of a of the Nits, who's challenged all own. -,, ,, -, .,
sphall's deligh t: annouinee) the Col. Reedder, wilt: eh tie boohlk hit y I. 2,7 6 t ,.
,i "P irniter. taine,conoht Gen tit.
work would be published by. the just out, "Attack st Fort ,,Look- We're ,getticg along f,ine ,on ,, v,.r, I ,,,,,,t,,, 1
J'ilich spends all his time person who ,bets horses. And un ,,,,.. .. , p it s o mil n a d ou ou t I ,be th West, Point Stor orodi- 'ler n,rt"; P n a row ana won A ,,:',
Ting out hew to move peOle this, pips-smoking, conservative -.., ,, ---,..... Pinson s the only one he fears). thet Marshall himseltyould write 10th or 12tht, -0,Blushinglv con- gious research job which' trace illetill m 6 63. , ', .' : 3,4 1
the foreword. Presently, -. Red fesses that in the beginning he in detail the Acederty hittory . ., , . ;
i ... race traek. Normally, this Froehlich is 'en expert. ( Vida met Vithe the first time
.. uld be a precarious occupat.on. in an, exhibition game a year was hopelessly doomed; he had had a secret oollaborator. Nardi from its very. first davit when ".
'rho '.1yrnamen played over .the .
i ..ten you .say you are going to "Before we start, we put a lot .. ..A., s, .,
' Age. Willie said to hi is r-"..trlefl o
.,R seen his own baby dressed-in 10 Reeder Champion,- his gifted II- one night sis auttlenly said: 114"10,r-!, Thibroura,e4. ,. .. f r .t. g
m, e. I
i iwe e man at a track it means of time into thiiiking abouto the ,,,,, ,,,,, member, YOu can't outrun the
po nt type. terary sister, -,, "You take it from liare on In. "Pt 73-", 1 ''. ' . -7 t2.
' ou are going to rob hini om mo: people Who will be at a track," he ' ball.", D-Day had. found Red leading "I found ,the arrengement "post I'm through.''-. -, ,- It la testrietetl to nrotessionals '',, ..,,,, .,
' '' says. "The primary job is go give ,z ---40,-- an infantrr in Normendy. Ile satisfactory," admits Red., "Sis ', "You're. through?" ,f'k '-twho lave on ,PGA intiroar,ents., ,l''''
.. i .' ''' '' velole freedom' of movetrient. Bu 1 ,,,...y.,. -,-..
t i ,, ,, .,,,,:,,- When Veda .returned to th "Th '
failed to dodge a German shell, is a pro, really, and- no nutter at ii what I said. I'm going lin thelott year,' So far 26 have .,;,-.,-,
1 e a leg was shattered, necessitat- how discouragingly involved I to have a baby.' ' been invited. ;.- ,' ', - ';',:,,,t.
'' Froehlich, however, is in arch- I think it's just at impertent to ,, Reds last fill for a-nukk look . ,, ,.
, ,:. '( c rv ,..- ', ,. ' ,:- s t- ; c ,, -.,- .4 ' ,1,-..
,.. itpri 2 enmoletelv honorable pro- recognize a couple of ttungs -i after batting .343 at Se tti
Watt I- 1 co II '4
I B y
i 1 NEW YORK 41
" atterson Inge
I '' 4 eavyweight title
. .. i tedium on June
. it p today as one
; I uts in' histoiy 1
- et of the centui
.. ''.. Slender Bill Rol
1 NI, romoter who ml
; i st such operator
i i td, faces just on
i ,1 ould turn his fig
I c 1 is is Patterson
4 I dense at Indian
i.', 1 gainst l3rian La
;', I am-donny.
1 What happens
, -:.,.1 "I'm not coned
. I rson can do.101111
1, 1 31.1elegthees. ;met
, By inference,
, ,, been added that I
too, what tondo'
0 "Actually, the
i bout is on a stra
1 interest in our
41 explained. "If
P good, everybody
; a great champlo
4. should look ba0
' t, people will wan
1 to see whether
' -.., beat him."
.1 What happens
, cidentally is cut
. quirk of fat get
, Rosensohn can
with a Pittsbur
i ,. Meanwhile, he
, .. with slick ps
1, which wrote sor
I .., history Wednes0
Ifro mils the DI
- the Patterson-Jc
, provide the icil
Irl ca c
1 . , Slip G
I The Diners'
I : teed Rsensohn
- on the haat' 0
amounts to a i
Through Ito 20f
, agents In the I
1 t ada and 6 c
i world, it Will I
, York which soil
, :. tation, hotel
., tight tickets al
, ke all the wi
charged by th
iners Cluh s;
sq. they Can
tibia item," di
eaking this at
o-sponsor ot 11:
L, Mr. Whin- IA
ood cut all t;
Irn esnt 1:
rry MicKaY g
onday when ri
ns for seven
man of only i
I in mett's
. ',et...pl.", ..,.
. '.2'.,....,,,,:.?.,r ..
, '' Izr f
, ; ,:-1,:;;.:. ', :
, hol !,,,,,
, ,. Nit 4
, ,,-, ob, 1
-i st.' ''
., ,r: ': -5t. 1'
!, 'f''.. 1 1,,
v ,,,,, 7 ..4' .".
.-; :-..!,.'' Af,
. ,:.'! Not
, .i..2 Vti
;;;';,;: '',, 'I,
.,' -.'!)....",,,: ..? ,.
: .4.....::7...;. 4
, RA PH GULD
Gul ahl was
1. golf from 11
when scored 1
Tiell 'in the U.S.
Wester Open ti
1 second wice. PI
nterview yen wl
g the lair ays to
a U.S... n re,
ling Ms f st one
tood until en Ho
His gam fell a
- but be cation.
latever ba fied
dehl? Now 8 he
knee busine and
d ,of sam he's.
itet,. Studio ty,
' PLAN ,"01I naDINAnyt DRA ING Ne,, (093 WHICH WILL' I i .4. A 1
' 'i'', .' TAILE IbLAC SUN AY, APRIL, 19,'1959 - ' '.0 ,..' P'," I
Melded Ili 0, skiiiit tit gracti not each denominated "Am' and 11" ,.0 r :. ,.' IP
1 rind Pf grist 4 s. f 28,60d 01i 11 i'pri 1.12,000 SO -'' '',,.'1? ii
' ',,, .,,, '4,t, kil,4;,,,110 ORIZIt : ' ?I' 0 .0, i,,, . , A go
Second re, Series A $ & t -., ?AM 00 each aeries 13.000.M 1
. I Third Pri Serie, A ort S. 0 1.000411 Mich Perim "" 1010400 i ., Si?
IS AtiOrottim tions liaise A nd tit 200.00 each series 1.300 on ,7 :,,i0 ,,
1 Ise pt fell S arid S. f o ' 1,300.00 each saris 22.404101 ', r',"11'
00 izes, $. les A and 8, 2 4,1, ,, II 00 each aeries 14.040 00 A l'i.'4,,e,
9C44.' glI,111,..: til' :( ,161, 49"d, lt:Ittrte8:..101.) ell'121;" Fl."' 'kea'kell-i''''Perl '177 -:"'''.46:1143".7 :I.:; aa"t4 :i :
, 11 Approidinatime still A end O. f) $ 63111 each 'Wrist $ 2 340 00 .1 :4
' a E,;11:eai Seriod, and a, of .... r,,,, 13000 each Serie& ,, $0140.00 1...,.., 44,1.
, II Approximatieti 'Series' A and & t $ $2.00 tech aeries $ 1.872.00 i, :
, II Prise, Salsa A Ind Ili, id 4 :i ' 711.06 Ottalt forint . 1.404.10 ir: -'1:4 T
lila Pt tato I '' '',' Total .....v.,14oli.eSITSdddad ',' ;','
n .4. i
-.. -. i
t , , 4
1---- IVIONDAZ-Arzlz. it, 19,SS -- .. , - t ,-, -.. ,, - ., ; , -,, , ,- -,- .- , .- t ..,,,, :
- --- ,-. Tits rApt. 'AIVLAI' ':111blitIH' iC'A14' -"14:;Mi: -'ilitlirzprIH- ra D' LILY' AT- EIV' APAPEZ - ,, ,, -, - .' .., 3, ,-- ,' -
PAGE SEVII, 4 ',
. ; ,-
-- 1 .,,,,:-'' .,- -, '- ',,--,-.
,..--, -,. .., ... 1. ,-,, ,- .,,,,S, , -- f
. '.. , k Arll Arx it ... ,.ea 7,,,,,,, .,,e,
, 1 1 ,
, t L -.,
tiLevtil ut a -- -' u., IC, U
11 1 tri I ',''' k Yr f,
-,. S 41 4 1
, 1 e ,,,, ,.,inson
4 , .t.' t
'.. i A .-1 V.: I ';',' '', ''.:'' l''' '.: f' ''''' ''''' i. ' : :7? 4: 's, :-'' 4'. ''''' ..7 - - '-'', '''-.. ' N ' ;s1,- 1- --
1- , :,..,-, r- .- p: ,.. . ,- ,, -, ti. ,- .
kr.,.4 .. ,: --.:---1 .f. ..:, ," 0, .7. I - .--i'a -c. '- ...,,:- -4 ',- ,, -,- l, ....t , . ,.. . i , A
. .., ,
By MURRAY OLDERMAIE-. .., .. . .. ,,, t; . ,
7,6-0 a Lit-EV ,--.
. . to
1 ..' TAMPA, Fla --(NEA-Vada l'in
- 1 t gss 'SAY VALlof )...9., ona,--:,;
e,,";,.. ,, i .., r; ,:, .1!.., 5.. r V If, ,--',, ,4 silt it. :',-- I s., t ),.. :42.; ,': :...?.. .:. : k .: , .'):. :.; ::.;.: 4.,; ....; ,,,,, ..:, k,,,2,, ,, ..:., 0, ....: i ..,..., ,, ., .,, :.- : : s. ...,,., 1 1
, son, The young centerfielder of
' tr PlAfg0g. -'41N4 :'
0 ,..Nit, 1 t L 1 t
- -, tile Cinching i Iteds, won't be 21 .,,
I I , oceroloE.--.. 4 - s -' ; i-1 ". l' until August. But ha wal oducal I
, -' -4 i ', t'' SN'T. A : .,: ,'
.. ,..,........,-------............-----,------,-- P a r ri 111 g ; 4 ... ,
- 104 14
. ,,i ed to adulthood 'on a windbloniwna.
- .S. '1047 '' da in -Chicago last APril- i ?''
11540,,,,.100"-; ' .,..tre-';' ,, , ,, ;mon was tben g self-con.
' J ft..- ..4 i
. iI N!
out -, sq, scious rookie trying to 'graduate -4---- ,. ,, ,...,, , . 2. .,.,,,, I : 4 .. ,,, t ,! r ,..,,. : ,...,. i . :... ,. ..., It
I --. 2.... , t from Class C baseball ,to the ':01 'Russell ', Medi Reeder",,. be- link amputation.s' Who ..1.lut -. i- the, . ,- ,, ;,.;,..., J., ,....ty. it -...., .. 1 1, -... -: --, : k ,,, ,, .,
, 1 I t13. Irtt r l'.7AA11-11f:rt I I I ,11- lors. 4 writing Min b v demand man himself eau ICU-- what 1 71"
.-, '.,:.1,-',. w, .. 0,,p001... ... ,,
,s4"' - Ernie Banks of the: Cubs loft. '-- --- 7-7 -A
- the chief of staff 1.-, and since thoughts' occupy hi- mind as he .,11t TWO A. sui.snre ,..-. -,,, stresseo. --t MIMI, VC tii
, ',. rfr".021. .: ,: ...,,,, -'- .. r ,.., -; ed a tall fly to center, 'and Veda ,.
:.., ,:,' -41 IP made a "U" tutu to go bees ", for this was smick dairin- the- mid- heads ler home,' a 'cripple,. won. .:,, '' t -' .',..-1,2 : .---- !,,,H -:,..' : paio spsiring partner ir
,die of a world war, lobody was dering low and where to start a LONDON ..-t. 'INEAt :-With -the The- British Boxing .B
::,.. 1 1 41 (
- "'"mesessot,,.,,,:',-, ' .4.. it.- That was his first-mistake, He date, May 1, rapidly ,approacturig,'Ihe fight was approvp:1
,K. , ;;Ilitpeo,.k,'4.4..H t-tt
cs t est- timP, '1 seid. tbe "Ilk
tellinsi Gen..'Gterge.Marshall to new life? ' s:- .i ',''': !, .-, ''
,,...50.',4Y,".,Sit'A.,,,,!,,t, .s t lost sight of' the ball.' Th: drAftt : ;
t -,-,...-i- the Flotil Patterson-Brian' 1,01114011 ority of ,, English I a no
.(1 c.2. l'1,41,,,, ..,,,,,,7..,,, ,, -.ft, .k, lk; oft Aka Michingsk. trabbe it And gi ,weet onn; athlete., , ,, ... ,,, A Hollywood Production ' match Indianapolis was bilied grounds that London is
-' 4;,,A4'Wk's'A '''''',t,;$-:A, ..,,,..-i."',!''-'40 s -- swirled the ba bac to the 1 int ',. Reeder,3, assignment was' to In. Th. .o first helping band was ex. in London es the "heavyweig.ht reigning British heasywi
.i4)'"rtil''' ';'?I'i''' '. ''': :,;,N -. ::-,'' Oi:
; field. Veda tutted tail,' made AI teryiew combat,. brass., and gri- tended bY Col. Bill Jones. After chappionship '-',' fight that --. never not, entilted to a crack
is ----i 1,,tt ., ,.'-''''''s.. e cflreontinftehfsralbio; vb elltthe.,,, hell lea, in, ,,
' ps a c Pea Harbor, wSS. ;! ''. '! '"., '-- ---,:de..,..:t! son's crown..lienrr, Coo
11, ,.. ii
, 11 iff.::'!,,,,A.3 if,"' ,t,1.! 1,-.. '411-1'f',7,-,,,, .:Ws; ..,,, For the fit .st tims 14,7 his Me evaanteasi. inonNtehitto
mean:1161d WestkPointerrst who had : 'aybe,Patterson knei, what. he London badly in ..lanuat
vi 1,, he would sug est' 'the. les- wandered into other ,' fields '. re, was doing, but London wag the:or- -- London does not belie
. -414- .,,b4,ijsc6 1.f,,:-:"1:.1;10',''',7,11,'"e'ili-A4!1;644' ts,. v-t'.;V:'..,;'4?::3' b-- vada heard mos. -, sons , a .1v falai: ,,4ur ,:, soldiers tuned tol the Academy.; .1 o a e s iginal mixed.up kid. I talked I.4 the lose his license -at hong
. k vi,"trw57.
kt Wk''';'"4: :'',',..'w".PiSe,4,,i- -ifp.re.,,!-0,,,,.g.- ,
0' "They got on me,a recalls the and klarineswers learning ,under had-been athletic director at Ne, British- coOtender at Ms Blechos -I 'ins the British boitrd.
t'4,til we'47.7w,otz:i,..-4'-:4 1
-, N,.. AA,...-- ,,- ao 1.,,, , .., k '.. f soft-spoken kid 'from Oaktand, fire." :',,,,,, -''.:L l ; '. brash; ,previously he had play home.. He confessed 'that he ,did ,- ."I tail. always fight in
' -A6.e.,, .' s,,,,:,,,. ,. a. inti,. .,;...w,.. ,4 ... .,, calif.; Hand I heard :.it.',. 1 think The word 411essorue,' 'worried ed and coached at the Academy., not know when: ; 'lei was .. flying or on the eontinent; in
,;,, '..-,:.-, AA, ...-. 4-,0- , .,,,01iss. ,.:h.... -rf z I right there 1. began- to: 'lose my Reeder. By. hitt:'' Own admission, now be wit haek is athletic i di- stateside. -,.- '-'' '..,. 1 f..., saitirt -.: --;!,1- ,-,. 4. ,: 4!.,,
w elnti ,,, ,l; .i ,' ,,',i:7', oloi A 4' 1-
"a ,. .'", : ?....k ; '', 11:4104:m11,, '13' ie.',6.0,4,.: confience. : he ,had never set 't klastroom on rector and he requested that ",'All I, tome iii what I: read k in ; ; ' : : i::
7','; '' r ' 0 '', --,- i, 4 itef 4:-3. 141'is' ' '. ' '' Ib---"' ' fire,014though the'. temptation was Reeder be named to his staff. ., the riewspapers"'; he -laid.- ,, ri- Asked :if 'he planned'
4 .:,. ,-z. ,4-4 :' : :400 : '..: I ,- I ,c,
' 41,4 .,,,,, -qAul tiq4010 ;,,. i', :: 0.0,i ' 'Probably she : worst thing alwas present.';There 'were' oth. In his playing days Red Ira d Leaden professed to believe thia after, the, Patterson 'pit
,that ever heppened 'to. me was er' phases of 'West Point life tubbed helmets with some of At. the arrangements were stalled -be. don Pointid otit,that he
.:; i IffEL. 'i e; ,,,.. '1!, g .--' s.0;,:.",N.,- hitting a home run in the sec. which appealed to him' 'm o t h my's best. Moe' Daly, C h u c k auto ,of the.debite-vabout: Amid 24 ,Stait had :not ''yet, rel
e 0411,6,1 V ..' 1.: ,:','L. .. L.'s, ,f. & '' "IA P ''J' 4'4 N
4 ',. 0000.00044:t4: .40p; &,'..s,'7, 1.,,P;':',0 ond game of theietson it Pitts- more. He was captain-first beim. Born, Bud Sprague, Blondy Satin- vition rights,,,,,',-, . .., maturity;.,, .!,,,,,, 4,- ,,,,,,i,
burgh. I started, thinkiat of my. man. of the bateball ,varsity, her, dere, Tiny Hewitt, Light Horse b England,;- the' fight-is, being Brian London's $74,00
, A Al 60 11:010kti,, rA: :',.,".:t ..,,'!'t 11 tt.);4;e.V.:',t,'
, c.d.., 401, At,-,40,JK-vij.PriA i dal, ,,i'',i.q sell as a 'lugger,. 1 kept 'waiting ter than fair, 'too., for ',John Mc, Harry Wilson, Tom --TrapnelL treated --, tit the-, yettrIV, biggest ten: fortfighthiglloyd
7. ,c f ittd ':i",-41,"Aff4r"- i :7:e-t.':': '',.,,3-0'7,1 'I .!,;!,
....... -...------'-'--3. a..- 1-1.Z.'" '''''. 0 4,'.': ,'', 4L''' 7''',f1ALL- : .,''''',-;',ifi, ', L '.:!,;'':'..IL::-.5'; ,r,-,! :
:10 for the big pitch, t : Grew of the, Glafits leek, ot. look Mike Yeomans. Reeder had been joke. SPorts 'Writers oPenbd a bet- is more' than lie could
,, , i11( -, v..,,,:-',:,--144.44;:,;-:41,5t.':xtn,-37..A..T,-,-:-'
. "You can do that at Visalia in at him in the sprintrot.'241 a 'aeldom-miss drop kicker; also, Ling book oe where the bout 4viitild fights in England-- ,,,,,,'
t ,..6-- ithit., wit.1.- tf.;;;4,,,,,-;-z-tP441:-:,4','kici,,,v'-" .1:;.:,;:fl;,;t, ....Rid:5 the Calllornia State' Leigue; but "end, promPfit 'fainted." '1-- .-' '': -. a Phrase maker of the ,totarlan be held with the tite litictuating "t am boxing for. cai
, th f :Y'it'A,.tyk: ...oire..r.,1,!:!:,1;;'.,7 ot;t, r, ',.' 0 r$034, 0
1-4 L :;"i':::4.01WtOr10,1W.L !.:.,. ''''' :''''Ili I 0:0 VV .., s, uP: here .they hit 'the "!, corner ,on Reeder decided to eschew the school,". .E.G., "talent is in. daily from, Les Vette& to Indiana iightlike Obi will 'put ir
',4,,:,m; --':-."-,,-.- -,'..,-4:449.0"iV.' ,.; iiio.f.s.i. sole;"71 You. 1 kept waiting sand waiting." bone dry, stuffy 'Pedestrian' tan. spiration butgenius is Perspire. polls by, way of Colorado' Sprnign rno on easy. Itreet,'", he
. -,, 1 ( s 1 Bur 7;1'1.6 20 '-,:' lAtt41,450.4:arf ,' k P1
, e;"-"rri; ,,,,,k6; ,,,Airtti4?, Hi: waited all the way to Seat. guage to dear ,to Pentagon, poni hon.". ."They said I lifted the Some 'bete wire laid L'that the !:'. - ,
fie; where it took a ,knock on the DOM', a d let the soldiers speak linklrom the Farmer's ;Mmanse. match would not take place at mi,
e B that's not true ,,Mor like i ti ..
in 'theft own' wity and: in t h J r ut e Y With .so I Me me, remaining Real!
P y Play
4 : Yg 0102 01- 0 -'044,;0:'..; ,' ;!,&- :V1.4144';:401, r'4.-F head to straighten him' out. t .. .,
i f.; ,,.. --,,
,..!, -,,,, RED crotreAt 1.'745lie,..-7,4',:.,i540'1,4!;i:.,'I'i 1,14(12.2ilti1
. -',..;44;v-,:t.,...4-v:,:-,t,....,,,ot, I.
FELCEZ 5 -..,"):- ';''.it',;;':, ',4iftive 0,1Vg21,1,P11 "Hal Woodeschiek--111neVer for, own words. '. .11 gave 1 it plenty I got it from an Eddir G u e s t London could. not oossibly get in i; t, ...-- :::! ,,7,1 t,:,.1,' -,.,4 -;,,
get that name-caught me on the of realism A lot of aint,ts.r,-- ?: poem". ,
. r , shape, to meet Petterson on alny;
n. For Money
, .,, ,, mE 84257- NEW .'''t'.';'."'''".' .! 4,:tt:,,,I,-.?,- back of the- head where the heh, Wnatever. ne: gaTve it..-,k,. .14d, The red head was gratefullY 1, it WAS argued. ',Brian ', do-es --
7 iin 'al NG- you 2,,z,, ..,,,:,-,Ai
'1" TAMPA, PIA. met meets the neck," said Pin' back in': -,Weshingten;.,-.hesiteted eppreciative of tiff's efforts to this. -!: .r. ..,' :,', ,J!. y : ,, ,
son. "First time 1 wat ever yeas. three' jitterY, delibtfur days be- make htm' forget. and football, "I have been training's'. for-7 a tAS VEGAS- IsleY.2:--I
'SEE -77-1,-b Yelle,' ed. I think it put ill the pieces fore 'pitting 'it On -IdarAhall's especially Army football, had al.
. month," ,he said,. !:'doing eight 340,000 tag VegAS Totir
. together. Next -time 'I went to bat desk. .. .the manuscript ',made a ways 'been very class te hum milet on the road 'ever .Morning Chamolont is a ',Art,
i in a game I hit a homer."
t, -, hit, although he had no way of But now that he Mid fallen in
, ",,,! knowing, this- at the-moment,"fr, love with".words. his 'zeest for the and boxing 10 -rounds .evory' after- the finonris' PrOnOrtior
! f w
. Pinson hunched inn a bench ly ',110 fact, when 4,-, eporteit,,,the spert dimiiiished,: and the night now- I, am in the pink." ..:-,,-:"A-4.1-... reach Nall Street' figui
London hotlydepied being used '''''t J ''.'1 ,;. r,r:, !. f- -. ..i-':1'
I he Man CI
, aims Horseplayers his locker in the Cincinnati
quarters at plain Field. A titht.
hugging sports shirt made im neit morning-a m or Wsit' slat, post-practice hours found him de deed
ed deed at my. desk and, is cap, hung yising plots tether, 'than PIM.
from thei hook' 4- alviesis -used. and? Pretty soon he had: knother as ii punching 'beg for- Prttersor's 'One gemble4ini start
fight with- Ingemar johansseCin 10.0o0 141-r-that no rt
New York,'June 25., .; field will scowl bnla It
- :, look muscular. He's net big, may- This, could:gnus only'. bite ',thing smash. . ."Bringing Ilp the ..f this t iii s warin.tip:;.t tyhi welt,. .ievonth .1.101,
.1 , ,
to ,meL. I had, offended the :chief Brass'. "...except Ole one wasn t --, ,.
A A I 1 i 1 ' n be S-11 and 173. :He's 'been tom,
naratt fa Willia ISaa U.d. tkAt. tlf Stiff ,,...,. holes There is a stat
and my next...tour of dut a Pentagon give...sway: it was x '' .: ,w-' ''
. ,. a ILI Mat la& ahnia All. 4 A
'-' w n 4,
rpeopte treegom muyvvaugi. ,ouul
, ',,, -, Oct. a completely honorable,pro- recognize a couple ot mings t ....- Arm v.taug ealel IIS De a tne, , ,
'', .7':. cssion. He has either ,bitilt,, re about;them,$too.
': ''.'i uilt or served le consultant 'on , : ,,! i
':-..,:, 1 learly every major TaCe track "Now horseplayers are people. i 4.7:,.,,,,,x,t
,,,. onstruction Joh in the lailt 10 YoU can't lump theminto a sepa- ., .t::tutfi7
'-'.;,. V ears. Rig blest la the, ilestming rite close., They, are the' same as :,..NIA.:EN:',.
-:,.., i 2 million Aqueduct course which evrybody,,eise.., ,,,,, i .;,,. 'i .g:,,,,:4;:to:!:).;.:Iii!
' i will open VI isliiii York lit'Septem. 'Take color., A horseplayee ter ,siz,.; :,,.0,:oivsmt,i,,;,ii,i...s.
, -, .., ber. ,''
' game against the Glanits.
- Remember VI
, 4., i, WMie 'repeated,
, ,,, ,,
OFFIC1A ,LIST',, Of, THE N T1
. you catil-r7,-outrun hte bar' ''''tt. - "," : 41, -1
' widiout Atilt year's' Intildut '''' s ' ''''' '
acts to color. It is fashionable to ..,,,,:,-,,,, ,,,,,,,,,4,45,1,,,) .,:::,.,i, Veda has grown into, a ful
'1'..i But while be deals with in in- say they all are refugees rom ,..i,,,;K,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,:m,;,,,,,:, ,-.,:,,i,,.
' ,---- 1'
i -,e,4 ,,,,,..,,.',t:,,f,,i,;,,z;,ii,,, ,,.i.if,,:0 blown major leaguer' ith the
, Ti ,
, t1,4,.,,,,..,:,,,,,t.,,,,,,,,t,.::w, rounded equipment 'toe become :
, (i)'''', '' .,IZ'ii,.,P, f
0,::, ..:.,!;.::, 4,: 3N i:,:i!:.,',5,:. '... One 'of the great names on the s A ON ..
. ,, , . ..t .4
AL: IOTFERY.. F.-BENEFICENCE.
. ., ,.
- -,,,, .,,, ., -: ,..-,, ,,,, ,,,."
,.-- ,, ,,,,,,, VANAMAIL71IIIPUBILIC .01r PANANtA -,-' - T::A.;,...i--.---,1, --, ,,, :,, 'A li ,, ,- ,,,,; : .,,, I
Complete Prize-whming Numbers- in the Ordinary Drawing No'2002 April-12, 1959 --- ......i
'The whole 'ticket his IS pieces which comprietc the twit aeries' "A', and Its '-'!, :
1 ..i .1. '- ,.. illk.e(Kit'1" ego-, -6"-tht :::::: ::,,,:::::.41,4,,::,,,,:,,,,,,,,, 'game for the next 10 years.
' 4,:;;,..,,,',:.kowk,a,,,,,..e,tiagdeu,. ,
1.';'',,.:1 rili) a .g'obv. r 0111: Pop it- 44-.- Arthur Froehlich "He leuld ba 3 great bill-
player,' said flat Jeffcoat, the -. ...,..,
, 4 s 4
, $ f'' ,
i f 1, ' smart relief pitcher Of the' Reds, ' '
- F, fr. 4 t P:i i ie ,. .9,2 a0 0 ,,,,
-52'000-'0 -'. ....-
,.,..; , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,Psal k .. , ,., "If somione doesn't COYilt thing , 1
, N44'.45olotto .. some dingy horse room or garage and teach him to hit' .280.'
- -A i 4.. 1 .1t;:-
A V a A 11 'Al' ;
dice game. So ,why bother with
fancy surroundings at a rsce Pinson doesn't know it all yet. ''
track?. That is all wrong. Against 'the Dodgers i in Sara
"Every track I've handled, from 'sota one afternoon he teed off on
'' '' Second Prize
, , ,,
it 21 1 5 ,
'.,-2, 45 is,.. 1 5, 6 0 0 ; 0 0 'Int"
. .- .. ..,,,.
$ .- 7800'00 '' ' '
, ,, ',t ' ' 1 ,,w1. i-tota.
, I : ''.41 41 'A Hollywood-Park to Aqueduct, has a pitchty Reno Valdes and drove Third' ,Prize
, , .,,,...
. , ., ...,
. ,,,,,, .,,, ,,..,,,,
,x1, FIR. ; 1
'1, !A:P. q
11 peen epaulet' wake r,unti. A unc 1 It lair 10 centerneia
i isInA hition tin HIP elnwn 11 1
u1101 & ,,, ilia 1
. .' 1
VI In Lac i11 FLUJIM 1111 K 111111Sillia Mb Lit.lu .6, Linitot : ,..,
' 1 '''
of the Treasury, JAIME E LA VARDIA R.: -- "s , ,-
lit s 108E 'DOMINGO TO tp.' .;- . ,,- IOSE A. OMAR , ',5- A
, ,..,,, Notary hablielk Pa IV '' t'' 7 f'''','''. ','!' tot tho Steretott ''. '. 114
,, The privet will 60 twill Wittiortlio with Oho Official LW ot Panom bo ''',' :,, t 1 i
It the hob loot tho offlooloWl the Notional Soneetolopt)loottory sittnited in Cavern), Aortic N's ., '0 I
DWI NE LOOK FOOL VA
NO MCAT Hor-Hou5o PLOWeRt
; tsilvb A CIRCO 17043 LOY, Mil
ITN skcHmkP powtALI mu
r 11414 Id TEItQletti
L htsC42TYt WHATU.
Do GeoNE! mom A
PRETTY Ott. DOBSMT
SIT meRe j Nevelt..
Wool wmAT, Skf
SA tANS. f's
trL10141 SMOto3 sStts
reikt4 TOTE Nal
ME OWR WE1014t,
CLOAT4 ACK051' I
AFRICkv HEICliii I
:Inatigt fm $UY Paw-emr rUrwtomoti, t
SPANS LIP THIS CALL HIM IN DIDN'T SEND IMo Ng
cgowm moou wHENi r parr WENT ON HS 04,IM!
CALL ALLEY IN PID4 WOW WHERE
THAT OLD (5005E N1E WENT!
CNASE sEstr HIM
ONI' , ..z
TkiNt YOUR Man
VOLUM Bit MST. AM
AcKlevemetirt ei3T Ws
406 MIKIS 50MEONEe)
yin NO045 AOP
RARFARA, fEe IF
THE AIR ATTACHE IS Iti THE I
r OEM'S Me STRONdoEST
POINTS! I'M ITCHNI TO
, HUNT Ma OMNI WITH
Me BARE H;04061d
( rm, GONNA LEAVE YOU 1147
MERE NOW, SO REMEM t
DER ANAT. YOUR HAMNER'
CHIEF' IS FOR...POW. ASK
PEIR trECONE76 pt4 ANYTHIms,.
sAv, MO moKAm... Keep sougt
HANIP5 OUT OF CAMPY OISKES.
DON'T LICK YOUR CHOPS,
WIPE 'EM.:IHINK EVERY
:i4 TIME YOU MOVIE"ANP
z ; NOP'k. YOU AVE
: A NIGETim,s, i
VIZ VINAIII!1 ANFRICA All INDEVIPICI)EITC 11411,Y.,NEWSPAPVII:- --
' -; ., li GkijitGE .tilINDLI, TUE VCOUT CF IlArtat "AWNS
, ', ,, ', -,. -
THE NVUTItAL grrttIP 01 Po 1
1 AUT IPA YOU DOrElt?
, iii:'S 6N15
I UFM,39,C1 T:4711 -'',,
I fer, ,
a --.,,AL 4. ,,
t .),, 61 ),...,,,11
I .1"1,, w Iii, k kilii
7EAR Tke NIWS, I
FOR TWO WE75,J
TO PAINT THE
VLAC) POLE! JkL
SLN IN NO
M.; Ili; 11-ti
TS. IN US. fat off.
it loo al Ks koviiioniu
. '' 41.7
"Think he'; Indy for tho Olympial pa?"
rit r DC41;7
rgioc res A QL'ESNA
OF KAT RON; ytyj
POO TO NA-- 5 DOC'
EVEZTHIN6 FOR glud
THAT IleTTER, ELMER?
.S.M. Mom U.S, Sat. SA
ISSO lw NU 'holm Inoi
"I'll take the ear muffs off, Mrs. Graves, as soon as
,Johnny gets through practioingr!
i4Ce, LANA t:01 ittEil'
"'Do IT wail, mo Palkt, 't
wat. 6ET rf
103-Att OF A RPM
1:00 CFN NRWS
334 Rt bantele
4.30 r, Wirant
COO oy' Roplia
1:00 "Clam -Room Carneic
71)0Sti..t Tv Program
crt4 Nzws General Math No. 7
Billy baniele 780 LIBRARY SHOW
immure , 1:00 Guy Mitchel
r, Witard ' 9.00 Movie Tima: White. Baal
oy' Rorqoa 11:00 CFN NEWS
PANORAMA 11:15 Eno: Voice ,of Firestone
-Mak:Room Carnsia : and &hilts Playhouao
',, Courtesy of amino Panama Atrwaas
PHO,NES: PANAMA: 3-1057-3-1698-44690
:, ,,, ,,
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 cm. to 6 p.m.'
CHANGE OF COMMANDCdr. William S. Bradway Jr.. of Nor-
riston, Pa., in foreground, reads his orders during a formal
change of coMmand ceremony ytsterday afternoon at the ,Rodd.
Squadron Ten, a part of Task leorce 88 which transited tho
man Naval Station pier. Bradway acc6ted comMand of Escort
nal today after a brief stoo-over here. Re succeeds CapL Carl A.
Sander of Newport. R.I. The task force is enroute to San Juan.
Puerto Rico,' after participating in maneuvers off Colombia,
Ecuador, Peru and Chile.
, 4110 Or,
I r !'t 4
ODA !MARIANO HOUSE
' g-4-43 r
111A3on goorta OVr OUR IvA,t
talkot olo Olt
45111114AT g TA
r&t:r154 : t
HAND'il TO OOR
040V I wHy, -,;
AS A MOTHER
IN- LAW' OETTAhr
A TESTI MONIAloi
Or IF MS atirliS
14IA NE MOIM
iS GOING "Ca.
Get HOMt 10A 10AL
L 10AL (NG iii;CLUI&G
tP;14 , '','34 '''. ,' -' - '' ' ' - '- -' ''''''' - -. ' - .. 4 '. ''' ' ''''' t : ' - ' 4." '6. ; '' "- - -1.-;, ------ 1 ,-2, -, 4-- ' '- ', ", , - .:, -, l, ', -. ,r,, -
a........ 4 ... , ,, ,, ., , .- - ,-, ,----. --, -, I' ",', t ---,',.--- ,,,''' : ,: .., '- ",'' .' -, 4 ,, tommitiontsmattamosaminf ' prILIV,Cr lir i4a, l',0,)10, t:0 ittEil .,t rtiAti (CO; (NEC I CO4IT so-104strr ; :
. Ss,14,R. Vtaltt OF A ;WWI --11141,1101- ecnt4 -
, ,:, i ,-, .. ,
r'-' .; .--.7,' ''' : --1--- 4 f : 4 1111'Pror' '',.'".."- --4, r' illmal C.C:)4E IN'' 654.11EMEN. MIITTIC KANT, 11115 A4kAZING----- ffAR5AUI WIUt YOU 6E5 IF I 1 ,N, IP A YOU DOrElD .,)' 41 1 1 rgioKres A QUESDCA -- '''',' A6A114 IP 44(4Alr'l eiji
,,. ,, 1 4 i pii7d, t 141. lyi,,, -,71,7 CAPTAIN EFRAN. HE THE AIR ATTAOIE IS IN THE 51.I'LVIN6 f : 1: v,,ig,g- algEgani.:.,1.4.:5:"":S 1.....J.: dr' 071tial liATV6R1:34; yCi.1":1 g : f."'--- :: 671:111:5a)1 I; - ICI 1A4.'1 4 t - ....3 - -
i A.., 7 PI,OR;, 14 TOLL, -,', t :
' Oel t, YOU ' - -''''' --.'
" ) -..- ,' i. ; -,
' 1 ;' I, p r '' r, r -- ,, MUNI 7'21.
- ,----44,. 1
liar-,-,-,,,,, ,I slit i I- 1 hi-'S 4VINT5 Jr--- 7, PCVE TO guA ri o0C5
. -, V '....-7--.. 1
' ' '.1,0'--'s---';',- -'-'), 1 I Ur MJ5:CI r;til :t-, A, 4f EVErt:THIN6 FOR.gyi,1 '' ? 1
owe, -,... ow r- 4sw 4sw1
1 4sw1 45- ) IL ,,,,t,l, I 1111, 'I ', ,,7,?,)i2.1",'Ati ,I :----vit-t-sis't. .,Ji I. rg''' - ',
-1-- --', 4 .. a N,,, le0,00. .."'"k' s",,, --, k k 4,
. .. 4, -, I 4. ,..- ,, .).4.ity,k 1 .: c-w"'-- )::,,1 It., .- 1- - 3 z ie.,
a ,- --
: II' ro- 1, A .)- LI -, ., le"r 44
ILI ',4 1
1, ,, .0 ,., -', .
I . ,, .,
' 1 fir
.!.r.,- i. ..,i-s -,-,- t- ', t,t; d''' t',,, ,,:,1' 1 ( k A 1, -, 1 I.
- ,, ,z..., .. ... 1 4 I 1;,. ; w , t
' k'N, ,I, 0) r
t )-', t It I 1 1--- VI ,'1, ,l .1 41! A I,7-15-, P"4- ) 1, 1., ij
1 1,, ''') ., 1 A' ',
k A z' 1 '' '
14b 44 )i 11 ..' 't fl , ,, -' A,A, '1, "'v ir
- A ''... 1 7 L '. I w ,,r 1,7 li vt, ''''. 4 110,'S
.''',4k ,4, '4, .1 4 ,r , 0 "0.11:7" ,1 '; 1, litt, il ..;:ri I PI i 'Ili' '' '''''k4e0it
' I'. ' J'' -,10",,,,' 4 '''''' 4 ''' ,,, t 1, h ( 1 14 .. ,.., di r .. ) P v
No...0r, ,,00 o i k'')(0, s, , 4 ,,... 4 ; I , 4.
'w , A o'r 14 11 ol 11 I i , r.,. ,to i
I '- 1 P '''' )4 ,,-
. ''' NIA,'',1141.1, A
i 1 ir)..' ,oit-. 1., ew'N' 7 "I lit
l ' ,.."'-.2.---,1 I ' 4 .,
. '1 i r- '''''' i,t. 'A i ,
i , , tfilat' ''''''' ..... 1 1 1 1 r r I 41 ; 1 11 ,, I i,..... i ; r
i t .1 i, i
' i r 4 ,, ,,, r , 1 z-- -- 6,1
P - : 4110 n
, -- 1 1,4 v
-,.. f Alt, 1 i ,11 to To
04 ', '' ' . 1 ot' 11 K., 4 ,,, .,
1,,,, 1 ,,,,f; ra., ,, kit,9,
Numboi :(1 4 '"p.. ,-,-------'
'1!: .;11; 11''11.'N 1'.'111'.1g00 11''' 1f '' I 11, 1 ,k.,,''.41ZAN,
. 1. 1 I. '1. 4 1 'I''' r 4;':II 1 '' ';11 1
t' .1' 1 .1 '. ritZtlEAVI tOr , --
, IN AL Illignelle
- ) ,,,. ,,, ., -1 .:'. LID I '-' ... in )1
,,,,...,-..-.1, .,,, 4 i s Toorass a Limit .1!
- ----... ; '' , '., k t ,' 1 .., t .;-, 1 s 4 Is., . k I 4 '.; Y -1 ...
dl.' 1 ',, N ; 4;1 s'.: ' s
...- luau Ivo c3 ra,,1,;---, ,..4 ..;;Irr Z 2- ..1;.,-. 1! 'Wrong Approach-- -,.".,..-7 , ar mstatu. ISLOSSitt ---,-,---1-, ..
1'.. -- -.,-, c$, -,, : l'"' -,',it.''.----;,'-'":t '".:.(':-', i'.., 71. .- ', '- :.- '. 'N. 5-0i;;IE '11-1INGS '
...a,' ,. , , , .. -, ,. . ,,x . . ',-.', 'T .1. : ,....,t-'-.' .- -,------ --- i :-. riiittr3 Tke N IW S7 IN
, 44.44) 1 A r6)13)nil' 1 t
'N A YOU .JLIST I
k , , ,, -,0",. sr?' IHeltv: F.Ntdri my Pr Ka Q".1
f ( .1 ri L --Al lb tut .' ---N, ig 4i i
) ,1 ki -, ,10,09' goato4111 0 .....",.1?"'-4.',....,0-,,, trilkY).17 ,I.,t(.--szlf,...,,.,'NNI,,, ,,,r-rl.re-, ,i,0, 41
''.. '.: .1, tl
-00. k ''
- ..-'' '' 11 1E1111 ' i i2 0 .111' il'e --
. ' r '') ,-, .., ' 1, -1 III ij r 'e -7 Os) w--- ,- 0 r -.000
' ' ., 7- t .N. .. , .. ,, ':,, .,. . a k , .,, ,,, isit, , 7:-,-- : t ,,,,, .. ie , . ilirel W
1 004 k i., asb..,4,pe-it-- ....---.,3-4,- -..., .i,.,' si. .,...:,, ;I , v s
:;.,, .. ,, --,,,, , lt,,, ,. ... tdo; :11 : A c, (S:4
I. ' s' 11 ' .. , ;-. 0 ; : ., di, I 4
,.. ,,, 4 0 ,271a
, ,, 11,4- ks 4.-t.Dpoo 4t-i
, ,.. ,ilLk., ,,,o, .ily .) o 4, 'kit il v
'N A C..' ... leil6 NI 1 ti ola, i.
'61 tat I ilitk? 111
D r-Mel .1
,v1) : 1
- ":11 1 -,t,'
I I f::: ,x
. c ..,,......,...,,,.:,,,,....:-.,:,,;...,..:4,1e.-01..1,i3O:,r..,....:,!, ,-,:ii ,,....i.';:,....,;...iiii,, :.!:,.....,,:,..,,,...::.;;;;iii'4,:i4Q,..;1,;,..4.,!;.:..4:.:4,:.;.. .i . ....... ...' ... 4k
..114.4.....!'..X,....,k..;..;.:.;:.,.:.;:,..-,,,,,-,...,..,:,,.........,....!,,if,,..,.......,:,,A.,!,:ii.,;;';,..'-,.;1, :.'6-:.:.,;.,...,......it.;:;...?,.......X:.,,:...4 ......;.:4; ; .1 :
'''.; ...'...-'''. '''........ .: ',;.,i,i;00,-... ''''':',.,..','...X,.;,:..;?i,...:-:..::f!!!,?i:i-,',.....::,::,'.....-1..,:...!ff.:;:.,,1'..,:.;.1:!::::.;.v.'4...:ri.W::.:ci,0-..i.,..,,;, ,t;,:',i;.,...,;,.. .-,
'.......,.,,.....0.::.-9,Sf',!!-.,.:.:.'..e.',,,,,,;;;;..0111.i.;;;',...i..;:4.--,!:0:,.i,1:;i..-.i.;-;:gi..:.a:T.1;::.i;.f.,:-,.':;,;:,;.'::::.4,.'..;41...4::41.:: .., .: '''
'''''''3;1'....'.....:......5'.'0" ... ....E.I.U.:::...;;;::;:i4.4.:;!.;:......,........;!.!;.....:.1!-::::.::.:!....?.;.;',.::...::,,........,;......................:NI2,:::r......-,....,:. ...,
' Vigi Ater), ,,, -
, : o ..-,.., .,
. .............. ........-...
' DVDID AND un 171' : - .C. ,'
, o, 1
WVIO VINWW10.( 11"V LFSW.-- 7 : )(5 V-R47,i7f.:1 RIONTAZIW-4, .1. s''' 1'4'1
, , 13014.1, tocosolLywh, vw4tzgl,k. ..:d,,
' In . .
, L. ,
Pt) ta, i(MrTIN tbNAtItt v7vPrwts-v wskx141- --, I,
' ' 1,...CV.V.V 41,30141 040t03 sM 1,,
'' C; (
14, 4-.1445, -&:it4-71;) r
- s :'!:- urirpa,,3,3,e0t grommomem e-txt..)ii,),,t
370, zgre.2i, wAtt,FulEuimmst3 jer2,23 1 Eel! ip,c!EF4r. 1 EillevtaiNTiAuT 1 1 ittys tAtvAtirars I 14, r w-;-i," 7 I MINSIZMUENgigit ITERA
::::,TODAY ,- :75 .40
L: li05, 3;04, 5:03, 7:02, 9:00
LIES IS THE LOWDOWN
t.:.ON THE .:
;2auts ; .. -Or
, WHO J,'76:, ..
''''SGET 4,' i ..k
;:':A1101.1NOt 1 i.
Oft 111011118 tAtt NINA
, iimmotv 114 1113
oss, os. Lsouve 1 ftm nun
ty Tr! IS fotgo w Prld
kUith 48 Hours
vi': CHICAGO, April 13 (IWOEx-Navy pilotWan- Robert Nye,' cpnvicted ef 'trying,.to
acoloosi astro and given 48 hours to get ,out of Cube or be executed., made the till)
Oi' 42,',hours and today was back home let Indiana.
1- f.N1'm not mad at anybody," Nye said upon his arrival here.
4;;,,'"Cuban politics no longer ire my affair."
t t ?
v -J.--,Tne soldier of fortune stepped off a plane at Chicago last night and "tugged and
fclesed his mother, Mrs. Helen Lynch, 52, repeatedly. :,
;1.--i;Nye assured his mothar "We're all right," and then went off to their horn at near
'bit:Mhiting, Ind., to sleep. t
biting, Ind.. to sleep.
IN' L32, was convicted early
;testerday by a three-man Cuban
4r1bunal which took only 10 min min'totes
'totes min'totes to reach a verdict after a
Ilve and one-half-hour nighttime
Ole in the officer's club of Cabal Cabal:St
:St Cabal:St fortress at Havana. Me court
4ild Nye was offered $100,000 to
'Nye denied all the chlirges.
',After his conviction; Nya was
,tiold he would be ahot on sight if
, Its 'stayed In Cuba more than 40
'; "Whore is the way out?" Nye
tt-,Before midnight, he was in Chi Chiago'.
ago'. Chiago'. "'Islyer who was tanned and smil smilIrtig,''told
Irtig,''told smilIrtig,''told newsmen at the airport
e felt the whole affair should be
"1 expect no further reprisals a aJo,
Jo, aJo, inst me or my government," he
to "I am not bittar,")ha said. "I
lhold no animosity toward any anylam.
lam. anylam. Thera wore a lot of hotheads
and cabals serving under Castro.
Miaow wore soma Communists
Onvolvad 14 Castro Is not a
1.Nye wore scuffed combat boots
Ind khaki pants. He looked at ease
ands.Mmildent. He made no men
r Be Shol, Nye' Maims
Weathei' Or Not I
t, This weather report for toe 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
oncillydrographic Branch of the
ranami. Canal Company:
' Balboa Cristobal
11102 98 82
1,Low 47 85
-714 ,o, 4
4(taas. mph) NW-22 N-17
RAIN (Inches) 0 .07
'1Inper harbors) 76 82
datun Lake 52
"Wadden Dam 225.36
"'4"'-' BALBOA TI1()ES
" TUESDAY, APRIL 14
1 :. HIGH
', ten cm 132 ft.
'-'1144 Imn 13.2 ft.
144 t LOW
s-,53132 cm 2.0 ft.
-,-.1j51 P111 3.0 ft,
tion of the months he spent in Cu Cuban
ban Cuban jails awaiting his trial.
Nye, a U.S. Navy bomber pilot
in the Korean war, was convicted
by I three-man tribunal in a night nightlong
long nightlong trial in the officers' club of
Cabana Fortress, across the har harbor
bor harbor from Havana proper. He de denied
nied denied all the charges against him.
He was found guilty of "incen "incendiarism,
diarism, "incendiarism, collaboration and imper imperfert
fert imperfert assassination."
The court stipulated that he
would be shot if he ever again set
foot on Cuban soil.
Nye pleaded innocent to the
charges at the opening of the 5
hour 15 minute trial which began
US Magazine Says Casfro
Closely Linked With Reds
NEW YORK, April 13 (UM
The U.S. World and News Report
in an article in this week's issue
asks: "Is Castro Linked to Com
R answers the tinestion'by say saying:
ing: saying: "Castro although not known to
be a communist himself is loose loosely
ly loosely allied with and strongly 'in 'influenced
fluenced 'influenced by confirmed commu communists.
nists. communists. Communists are deeply pen.
etrating the army.
"An ardent communist liner
commands the armed forces. An.
other is high in the army com command
mand command and has general charge of
the executions that are continu continuing
ing continuing beyond the limit& promised
early this yetir by Castro. Com Communist
munist Communist leaders have taken over
some labor unions and are
"Some of Cuba's largest news newspapers
papers newspapers are in the hands of com communists.
munists. communists. The communists are
moving, In on the Cuban radio
and television Ad into the edu educational
cational educational iystem. History books for
all schools are to be 4ewritten--4
under a comredssionkeaded2 by
a fellow traveler." 1
U.S. News and World Report
describes Raul Castro, Ernesto
(Cho) Guevara and Carlos
Franquir editor of "Revoluciongs
as outright communist or at
dent fellow-travelers. it adds:
"Raul Castro, aged 27, is rated
by intelligence sources as a far
more capable organizer and ad administrator
ministrator administrator than Fidel--and potentially'-more
dangerous.' In 1953
Rind attended a comrounist-spon.
sored youth congress in Vienna
and then visited Hutton and oth other
er other countries behind the ,Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain as a guest of the commu communists."
nists." communists." The magazine says also:
"Labor unions are honeycomb honeycombed
ed honeycombed with communists. The pres.
ent head of the Cuban Confeder Confederation
ation Confederation of Laborinstalled in that
ROME (UPI)Thirty-four stu students
dents students from four Rome schools on
Friday claimed the world "tele "telephone
phone "telephone booth squash" record by
squeezing themselves into a
specially-built booth complete it
a telephone and directories. The
studentst aged 12 to 17, said stu students
dents students at Modesto, Cflif., w h
claimed the previous record of 32
in a booth, would have to yield
Saturday night and ended early
During Most of the the
revolutionary government's chief
executioner, Capt.. H m I n
Marks, an exconvict formerly of
Milwaukee, Wis., hung over ,the
'prosecutor's shoulders, with his
hand on his hoister wafthing
It took the court, 'headed by
Capt. Oscar N. Alvarado, just 10 US
minutes of deliberation -to rach s .,
Nye was released In the custo- 3, More latellites
dy of U.S. Embassy- officials who
attended the trial.
A... , .,
post under Castrole David Sal
vador who Wee ran for public of ofnee
nee ofnee on the Communist tacket
"Under Emil Castro the tom tommtmist
mtmist tommtmist penetration of the army
is described by all 'responsible
and informed sources as serious.
At least20 army officers are out
right commimists. At La Cabe
ha fortress classes are, held reg
ularly in communist indoctrina indoctrination.
tion. indoctrination. Now similar instruction is
being extended to other army
,-NO CICAR.Edla Hartford, a
New York photographers' model
who has gone Hollywood, will
be seen as a showgirl in' a new
movie, "The Big Circus." At
home, she's Mrs. Grouch Marx,
"'..ne i'. :,,:,, ,
,,,,,,,,: .,,::,:,,:i,,-:,, .y, . ,,....:.,,, ', ,,..,., 4-;::'it::11
OLD NEW WORLDQuaint houses and the 1oiteliwiterfalt
, conjure up thoughts of agewol Europtt. However,. this en
chanted scene is in Vitashington, D.C. Riders on horseback jog
. through the Georgetown section of the city to view the falls
made by 'canal locks near the Potomac River. ..
- Sixtoon livoroughbrals were fani
tarod today for the $15,000 addad
one mile and one-half President
of tho Republic Classic which will
be run at tho Prosidont Roman
racetrack on $unday, MaY 3.
;ix horses which be flown
in from abread.Bob, Iron,
Tango, Farallon, MI Demo and
Rua, Moro topped tin list of
Tho thews aro: Quidico,
, Siete y Medic, El Tunchl, infor informal,
mal, informal, Santillan; Ceara, Massada!,
Rright Spur; His Malosty and
Maniart r fk
Today was also the deadtine for
entries In the May l Labor Day
Classic. Vospucle, Daft, Lucho,',
Srete, Sicabub Aidar, Manuals
Padraza, Tatin, Pan Tentacle and
Nobrisce went ontored for this
32,000 addod six furlong sprint
which is exclusively for throe
WASHIOTON, Apr 11 13 (UPI),
--The United Slates plans to'
launch -three more earth satel satellites
lites satellites today twt.i from Cape
Canaveral, Fla., laid one from
Vandenberg Air Fame Bask.
If aU goes weil,, the three
man-made moons, will be fired
skyward by midnight,
'rhe nevr satellites re de designed
signed designed to glean more data on
the earth's make-up end weath weather,
er, weather, and explore the possibility
of putting huge reconnaissance
satellites into orbit the Su Su,.
The Cape Canaveral shot is
scheduled to be; it unique 2-Int
launching with the Vanguard
rocket. It will carry an instru instrumented
mented instrumented setellite for measuring
the munetic field, solar radia radiation
tion radiation and meteor effects, and a
30-inch inflatable sphere for
checking air density.
At Vandenberr, the Air IiIorce
will try to put a Discoverer sat satellite
ellite satellite into' a south-north polar
orbit. This launching :ill be
part of a long-range deavor
to develop satellites .capable,
scatming the earth-with televi television
sion television and photographic cameras.
Mrs. Mari. Barrett'
Of Miirgarita Dies
In CZ Hospital'
Mrs. Mary- Barett, of Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, died yesterday at Coco Solo
Fospital after a long illness, Ste
Was 83 years old,
A resident of the Isthmus since
1917, Mrs. Barrett was the wife
of the late R. J. Barrett, retired
1 Canal employe. She had lived on
the Pacific and Atiantia sides of
Mrs. 'Barrett Is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Merwin
French, ''whose husband is em employed
ployed employed as a traffic controller In
it )1 fr
'Last Day! 75c: II
:05 0, 4:45. 6:51),4 SiOnm.
'Last Day! 75Cs''' 4
3:05 0, 4:45 6:50 0 11:ou.
,.: yr.:, rfp;000,070.000 do
", me DON MON
641 ProckowAtif ,,',,
V gk9Nrx.. aus 1
9-11ktEY BOOM '''
1 NUL tORD oet
, or, v
, ':,,TARlig Ku 1 ''''.',
Sim Avis, JR. 1:'
i ... islannf
, wb... trams Smoot neis '',,
Val Atti vots owl ot your owl ;,1 ,,,
NNW to4N111011Migl ,!!, 44! !!.
UNDER 'IS TEARS! ,0 i' e
The older you get ihs' hordes, it
- Is to MOte: onds reset-..tingers
suet tofu seposiollyp, sees
. ,,,.,,, ....,,
p140. To... p!ii'..'.::':.'. .:
, WASHINGTON PI) New
1 York Republican Sens. Jacob K.
Javits and Kenneth,' 13.,, Keating
said today -they soon will join
the mall group of colleagues who
have exposed' their payrolls to
Javits said in a 'television Inter,
'view he would ask the Senate Re Republican
publican Republican Policy- Committee tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to make payroll disclosure
party policy. U the, committee
balks, he said,' "L irdend' to go
forward and make mine public."
Keating said in a topers te
stetement that he and Ja it s
"will act together on this sub subject."
ject." subject." He uid "both ot us hope
the Senate as a whole will ap approve
prove approve a policy of disclosure,' but
if not we shall act on our .own."
A few senators, including Sent.
Patd H. Douglas (Da.), William
proxmire (kWis.), Philip Hart
(D-Mich.) and John Sherman
Cooper (11 ,..1C30.) Already have
made their payrolls available tb
Several others, Including Sens.
Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) and Yank
J. Lausche (D-Ohio) have gone on
record as favoring Senate action
to throw open the payrolls of all
' The Senate,, tmlike the Nouse,
makes its payrolls public only
once a year, and then only for the
preceding 12 months. The Souse
makes public month by month
lists of government-paid employes
of its members,
Niither house of Congress gives
out any information other than
bare lists of employes and their
Headi Out To Sea
Britain To Rush,
4,,LONDON '(up Britain will
rush '12 million refugees to shel shelter
ter shelter in hideouts in the northern
hills in iny future nuclear war, the
Sunday...Craphic said yesterday,.
'Ile report said Rome Setretary
R. At, Butler 'waa elready at work
on-a masslie plan to, transport
millions 'of families 40 afar in
Wales, Scotland and northern Eng.
land -In. the event of 'a nuclear
battle between Zeit, and Weet41'
4 r r16
1. Briefs m 4-10 2 itin, eiL '
MAY, REBUILD ABBEY.-
DUBLIN, (UPI) The famous
Abbey Theater, destroyeGN by fire
several years ago, may be rebuilt
with unclaimed funds In the Ac Actounts
tounts Actounts of Irish courts. Their
ernment has introduceil le sla slation
tion slation to use 2700,000 of these unds
to help pay for a ARV building
designe by 'Michael Scott,
NEW YORK (UPI)
health commissioner disclosed
today that New York public
schools have been 'asked 'to
courage- teenagers from smoking
as a, result of reports linking ciga cigarettes
rettes cigarettes and lung cancer.
NEW 'YORK, April, 13 (UPI)
A freak spring snowstorm
blevi Out to sea off southern
Netv England today after frost frosting
ing frosting fruit orchavis in Virginia,
cherry blossoms in Washing Washington
ton Washington and jonquils 'and Aulips
throughont Pennsylvania, New
Jersey and southern New York.
Me feather bureau reported
, the heaviegt fall was fotir
inche at Altoonai, Pa., tolloWed
1 by two' at' Harrisburg, pa. ,Tent ,Tentperatures
peratures ,Tentperatures were above freezing
at most points, but low enough
in Virginia, to pose a serious
1 threat to pear and plum crops
ths :atom turned to rain. ln
most places during the,. night
and blew out 'to sea ahead nt
schecluie cancelling an earlier
Weather. bureau warning' of a
heavf storm fOr ,New England.
- New' York. the snow held
off long enough for the New
York Yankees,' and the Heston
Red Sort to :get through their
oopening '-day" baseball game.
It had' been postponed ttyo days
because of rain.
- STOCKHOLM, APril 13 (Un--The 'big. shining-American autemobile drew' uS outaidellte. (
"Texas ,Bar.f. A tall man in an Ivy, Isagao omit got out,and asuntered into the dimly-lit saloont l'''
,..:' .,2"A -sweet Martini," he' ordered., 7, :4', r -Y..; '.1' ,' ." ,,i '.. i, -,. .. -: 4, :;' ,t 0 i l ', '..-.
' 7 iliyet,, snarled the barman.- No American mid drink a itv'ett Martini,'No start SU tovei,',
alatil." -'-'4,-!-' t 'f'', -'.-,,',....' ',.',''', f,,,),',.'z., 7s; ".!, ':,- '',' .--. ,:'' ; ::,,, i,,v 2,, :,.- ,, .. ,.,i,,,,,, .'' : ',0, .1...:.,,.' 1,
' :,"Well," tow about -a stotehon-theoroeis?" -,:- .,,, '',. '-'..-1'-..; .., ,, -, .. '''. -,',..4, ,' .. ,,,' ''',.:.)'...-',-,::' ,, J.. s ,, ..', .. i
,,'",, Ma,,J,,, Per Lindgren; writing in:, the stoedieh military.; journal "Cotitiet' loth,' ; the 141444 :,; l
Forces, uys this is, tho sort 'of thhwifisteh ha'Pena eveTy day tn the typically Americas", tows '' .I,'
of. Winniza.,,..',- -, ,' ., ..,, !.. e ..4.,, -., : -I .. ,;:y, ,- '. t. ,:,.-;' '-- ;1..,-. - '1 .,-',
, t Maids's. rut., iot usii,f't .7' ,,:..,::7 3 ,' ..t..; '1' :.--7' i.---. ...-- ---:,:::' ,...;:,, --- -',,,..' .--. 7: -- '.,1
, For Wimilza, claims Lindgren, le Rushee up 1110h091 -101' NOViet i'lllea- schedided for: Stato;. :':'
side assignment, ','r, ':.:, : :' : '. .. - ''. 2,', '''; '''''' - '
Russian spy-training in Win- regulations. and how to react: ut 116;. aald-: oalned counter, 0.-- ,4:
ate., a tightlyiguarded town of if pulled,m-up by a :Araffic cop. espionage iss. well?, atvue of i: ...
30,000 -inhabitants in -Aho: cen- Chewing gum-- machines adorn Winniza's existence:1 '-',,,-.. .44'--- ,'',4,.,..:, .3 ik"
tral Ukraine, .is the "most effi- the sidewalks. The movie thea- 2 Be. added -that the allier'also: ''., l
cient ',ht., the : world,,,Ungren ters 'show,,,only American-,-plo, know about: the Russian achool,,' i
claims. t 2 ; ''. i : ---,' ,,',- -, :,..,,,-. 7,- 4 tures,. Poker Is tho, only ., card or. female' spies at' Marienbing, ;,:
"Nobody gradhates Until -they game allowed., ,:, '.,.;, ".;!....".i ;,-,,-'' 4 in 'Simony, in Ettst Germany.... ..' e,
are cOnipletely indoctrinated in- .', Lindgren' did- not disclose 'llo said the Marienburg,:cend' : ',
to the American way of Ige," '01111 sources', for the articlei, ter is camouflaged-as a dancing ", '. : --
he, wrote..,"Some nf them spend , ( and 'gymnastics school and Ilid '' t
up-,to '13 years there before their '' '47 i'"''' .7. ; ' I .-' ;''', :,-: '-j'..' "girls. who' graduate from .there -':,:
big Chance comet: : ,'', .,' -
' ' .- '.'''''''' ---, Mom SuliSkipjack ,,,
;.,, go to work mainly in Nfest Ger- ,i .' s' 1
many'. where ,American :military '?,:.1..,,'
i About 1000 students froth !,, '' ,,:, .,: ,'..., ...;',. persormel 'arentationedA-.':-.', ., '14
Russian universities 'are sent Takes Congressman- '..iii ....''. '' i '''''''' 6' .. '''''. ''''' :.
- ..,,,,, ,,.,- ;...7- - ,...,.., ., 3 ., .,. v.: women. ss,,, avallablei pert a at I y -
- ey.: ar the' : st-loOking ,,, A
there esiery year. The town is
surrounded, 'by .barbed w 1 i e
, trained' is : everthing ,. .' from -'... l
barricades.. Guard patrol the On Deepest Cruise.- makeup to swearing WE'Amer. .', ;
boundarlia arid l'ordinary',1 Rua Rua,
, Rua, important "tiourse is "s"thif'srt 's'i '4 i
, '',' icanese '' l''-' '-' , ; ',. .-: , ..."...
dans 'aro not allowed entry' ',.. ', ,'., '-: ,, -- - T, ' '... - ?'-" ''' ;'...i
' ' ..' ' ' ''' ''' GROTON', Conn'. '(UPI) The A'. 14adgren, eat& their Most ''...-- t
. Life inside is that, of' 4113' atomic submarine Skipjack re- -;?f leduction,"' -, 'but they,. Also :, ,,, k
American town 'of 30,000' citi citisena.
sena. citisena. All care arc : Amerloan-', overnight,cruise during which it' -'1.
timed- here yesterday from 'an earn,.toi dance ;the '',' newest.,-,.., i
,. American -1111d1Atin steps...:: ;,-, ,',;.'
Made. Bars :aid drug storei- set twd new' records by traveling' :: Lindgreitr,,,said i'llarienburgIS :::,..,,
' abound,' Juke boies blare out ( faster and.'-deper thin any '7oth-
best-knOws7graduate is' beauti- ,, ,.,,
: American :Jazz and '' rock -.in' er stibmarinC: i',. r '', e
roll at all bout. GlamOr gali :The ',Saw:inurement '",wasmade tul IrrogardC, She', got tive years i -, v
Pat on. hurielgue shows. ,; ,'; by Sen.. Pilaw P, Anderson (D- 14 jail' ,h1. 1950, for; trying, to 'get ',. ',',4,
, secretsroil, an American ment.
,, --.-e--.' ' .k. N.M.), ',chairman of the Joint e011- b et th Berl
er a in. 'espionage ,bo.; .,....2.,
Instructor's not' at barmen, gresionatCommittee s'eli Atomic ran, t v 7 ,- .' ,.; -'; '.'
Waiters, 'motel receptionists and Energy., Anderson 'and 'six othe4 '' '''- ''' '' ''' --' -' '''''''''''' '''' '''' ':.
shop hands; ',Evrg miatake i membirs. of the committee were ,' '-,' : --,, ' ., ': ',' .- ., ,...
corrected on the spot. :- ,' aboard4 the And). The others' ere
Bad Shock-For I, wc- 1
E,eiy,,kind of Amerlian' ac-
Senators John, P. Pastore. ',(1)-
., . .. ..
tife inside that, of any
American town of 30,000- citi citizens.
zens. citizens. All ears, are Amecieau-',
made. Bars aid drug stores stores'
' stores' abound, juke boxes blare out (
American jazz and rock ,111L
roll at all hews. Glamer
Put On burlesque shows. ; ':
InstructOrs ,act' as barMen,
waiters, motel receptionists and
shop hands; ,Ever3 mistalce is
corrected on the spot.
Every ldn4 of American ac accent
cent accent is taught. History, Atrictly
from the American angle, is
pumped into the students. 1
They learn how to make tele telephone
phone telephone calls how to order thea theater
ter theater tickets in Boston, how to
talk authoritatively on baseball.
-There Is a special course on
Hollywood with special em emphasis
phasis emphasis on the seamier side of
life there. 1
'They have to' put themselves
in the place of a middle class,
middle-of-the-road Amer 1 e a n,
defending US foreign policy.
They learn to drive to US
To Promote Drive
From Smoke Habit
Dr. Leona Baumgartner alild
adults, particularly doctors, should
takeith lead in persuading young young,a,ters
,a,ters young,a,ters not to- take up Itho smoking
0 re s. : pi yer,,iiit!,ori:,,:-bW:eet -'M a rtinis
She, said, she and other offi officials
cials officials were considering the possi possibility
bility possibility of an organized anti-smoking
campaign in public schools.
In an interview on the WCBS
radio show "Le Ve Find, Out," Dr.
Baumgartner was asked if she inr
tended tO wage a campaign
"Well,". she replied, "we have
had a lot of talk about that. We
had a imeeting of the Cancer Ad Advisory
visory Advisory C o itte e, which wed
formed and set up recently.
"What we have done is to disk
the schools to do something more
with the teenagers again so that
they don't, get started smoking.
We're looldng to this question of
more of a campaign. I think the
thing that is troublesome is what
good does It do if you do make
lot of statements and put out a
lot of pamphelets?"
Dr. Baumgartner said when doc doctors
tors doctors sit down and chat, they often
discuss the possibility of a cigar cigarette
ette cigarette and cancer link, and yet
about half of them still smoke smoke"I
"I smoke"I think the adults have 4ot to
lead to some extent," 'she said. "I
think doctors have got to lead to
somewhat more of an extent than
they have X do think it is
'worthwhile to see, partidularly
among the young: if ive can keep
them fronti gettmg started,, be because
cause because certainly, if you have at attempted
tempted attempted 'to get the hard core of
cigarette Smokers to give it up, It
is much harder to give it up than
it is not to start."
NEW YORK, April 13 (UM. would
Former New York Gov. W. Aver. you w
ell Harriman said last night that er th
the late President Franklin D. "He
Roosevelt was s'a bit of a sad- ject. :
ist'' in tormenthl Winston Church. what
about ,British imperialism. rather
Harriman and, Samuel Rosen- cause
man, both ,of whom served Room,. the b
velt in various capacities, discuss. that ti
ed their recollections of him on 'If 1
the (NBC) television program orho but if
Open Mind' marking the 14th an- knew
nivereary of -Roosevelt's death. sawed
'He rather enjoyed digging the but he
knife htto Churchill and trying to body 4
make Churchill recognize that the At
end of the British empire was at nor R
hand,' Harriman said, recalling day ir
the many meetings between the marki
President and Britain's wartime death
Prime Minister. ,, vet .1
Harriman, Who served as Roose, on thi
velt's Ambassador f sto Moscow, churcl
gave the follOwing sidelight ,, on On 1
Roosevelt', dealings with his di. egatio
plomatie representatives. Penns
'He would,' never give me a critic
directive,' Ranting said. in cer
GRoTON, Conn. (UPI) 'The
atomic submarine SkIpjack returned-
here yesterday from an
overnight ,cruise during which it
set twd new records by, travehng
faster and 'deeper thin any oth other
er other submarine:- e
:The "announcement '"was made
b Sen. Clinton P.' Anderson (1)-
N.M.), chairman of the Joint Con Congressionat
gressionat Congressionat Committee 'onAtomic
Energy." Anderson 'and 'six otheg
members. of the committee' were
aboard4 the sfib., The others were
Senators John P. Pastore ,(13-
R. I.), tilenrY M. Jackson '03
Wash.), George.E. Aiken (11-Vt),
and -Representitives Chet Holi Holifild
fild Holifild (D-Calif.), James 'E. Van
Zandt, (R-Pa.), and Jack West,
Vice Admiral.,Hyman Ricko Rickover,
ver, Rickover, 41afher? of the atomic sub submarine,
marine, submarine, also was along on' the
record breaking trip.
...Anderson said After returning
from theelfiVd. bon!' -cruise that
"while underway and-, submerged
the joint committee held an offi official
cial official meeting ,cluring which, Skipjack-was
going faster and deeper
than any known submarine in his history."!
tory."! history."! .4"
Anderson Said Thai "for Securi Security
ty Security reasons I eafi only Say we
were deeper than 400 feet And
moving faster than 20iknots.
14In 1955 &onto? of u also travi
eled on the' Nautilus, the, wfirld'A
first-atomic ,submarine,.(,And twe
were Impressed today !shy the
many technical advances and sub substantial
stantial substantial Increases in performance
that have been 'acMeved in, Skip,
jack including speed, maneuvers,
bility and endurance."
During- the cruise, each tom-1
mittee member took the wheel of'
the Skipjack, Jackson said it han handled
dled handled as smoothly, as power steer steering
ing steering In aft automobile.
Tortured By Fren;bi
RC Prieilike pod ';
PARIS, (UPI) five
Roman Catholic priests, serving
with the French army in-Algeria
have claimed Algerian rebels were
often tortured, rammarily vxecut vxecuted,
ed, vxecuted, or "finished, off' on the bat battlefield.
The priesti -said 'in a 'letter in
the leftwing Catholic' 'weekly Te Temoignage
moignage Temoignage Chratin.that the3r could
offer no solution to end the Al Algerian
gerian Algerian wit but lett they must, as
a matter of, cOnscience, let the
people and: their bishops; know
what was geing on'ill'Algeziai
The priests,' drafted the 4 letter
March 5 at a St. Antoine military
"Means "are being, used, it the
conduct of the wer that run coun counter
ter counter to our conscience,' the, priosts
said. , 1
"Artests 'and- 'arbitrary deten detenlions,
lions, detenlions, are numerous. Questioning is
being conducted too often with the
help of means that we must 'quali 'qualify
fy 'qualify as 'tortures'.
Illt isnot rare the course of
operations wounded men are fin fin!shed
would say,''Well,' now, what ;do
you want me to do with. Stalin, ovs,
er this situationr-,' ',';'
, "He would talk around the aub aubject.
ject. aubject. He would )never oar:, this is
what,I want to do;;Now it .was
rather exciting., aseignment..'be aseignment..'because
cause aseignment..'because Inew..that I could carry
the ball In the general, direction
that he .wanted to 'go. 6
I succeeded ,it was II right,
but if, made alnistake ',, in it,
knew Mat the 'branch' 'would 'be
sawed off., He rnight not tre me,
but he would give the job to some somebody
body somebody Hyde Park, Wt., lira.. Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Roosevelt participated ,yestar ,yestarday
day ,yestarday in brief graveside cereMonies
marking the anniversary of the
death of ber husband. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt .placed a bouquet of flowers
on the grave hefore going to
, On her leturn she greeted a, del delegation
egation delegation of 1,000 members of the
Pennsylvania Federation ot Demo Democritic
critic Democritic ,Women,who joined others
in ceremonies 'at the graveo.'
tittomL ". Xprip tfsEngand, :
'44 Printe minis minisHarold
Harold minisHarold MaCMillan' got 6.!, patt.
shock -last: night .when..1111i ;, own
conSiltuencY' chairman r'.,-pleilded
for :st Socialist.kyictory the:inext
general electionr- :
Macmillan anChli Wife- ware
attending- the local Gonservatives
annual, :dinner dance.
t During. the- speechet;, Iota Par-'
ty, chairman,' 'Col.. Gerald TrttelT
''we must-, sacrifice -our
leiste'e ,and pleasure in the. com-o
ing-',monthsso that 'we can'securs
the rretunt, La $ocialist govern.
broken 1,4y tht :
Sterfite.vhey,', hey, ..tyhtt4 that?" ;
, The,' colonel blushtd' A. furiously,
ft whispered eV: ":
him ltomfottinkly, but, the ,Colonel
Stet later. 1'1., don't : guire;
forget ther:MOnient as- ng ,as I
The' 'picture.; that hroliay
&mettle..., records to New
'i!Yorkss- famoup Rows Theo.
, ')... :;:a
all your, mad 2,-
, brilliantly auleatinoly
alive tot Nye newest and
black magic ."tt
. ,r DY)1AtiAr1011
,,- , Techrbieolori
J,'-',', ,,,,,f)t ,ik Noe
''''''''''KEIIIIIN MARDIS. KATHRYN ORAN.
, ',..,.,' MIAMI BEI "..'!...s in limo'
,, ,... MOM Cted IN NAV INANNIVANMI '. '
t.t. v opoili o MONO ACNINATI loom iN NATION NINO
A MINOW0106 MUNCH .ijium4 ACTA
tnrougnout rennsylvania, New 'more of a campaign. f think the- '--Th-S-Pri'esti. -said 'An i', letter- tat i'.,',' vv.! .'11. '111 "Weal anal, .j ' : .; ''''.'1:
. flunk; (UPI)-Thirty,four Au- ,::::: :,::::: cristobat'... ., ,,, ,... :
Jersey and southern New York. thing that is troublesome is what the leftwing Cathelle weekl Te. -4:: greatest moViemakinst '.. ?,,,,",
. s dents from four Rome schools on
' ; ) good does it do if you do make a moignage Chratin, that the3r could ..: ,. ,, gs,47 ,', ,:,',,
:-.,.:,.. , ;...-, ',4; Friday claimed the world "tele.. 'r, The iveather bureau reported lot of etatements and put out a offer no solution- to mid the,. Al. ,,, '.: ,,,, k- 0.1!..)co,Oe44,4!,,,,-,.... ,, , ,J
1 A' ,,,
'' '' :1' ; '14:' entra phone booth squash" record by
squeezing themselves into
ti ,i4J0 CMAR,Edon'Hirttard,.a ir c ,Tri 1 lb itt'
specially-built booth complete it New York photographers' model 1 j4,, 41 ,
, the heaviegt fall was fotir lot 'of "patriphelets?" gertee wer..htt.lot.they must, as ,,
inchenat Altoona, Pa., folloWed Dr. Baumgartner said when' doe. a matter of :," COnselenta, let', the ,,.
' b two at'Harrisburg, Pa-Tem- tees sit down and chat, they often people Ind ,, their bishops,' Itnow 'I,
i., - I- 462-A, Y
i a telephone and directories. The who has gone Hollywood, will ; .. ..
DYNAMATION 1 ''''' ''' ''
";,:,' 4.'4 TODAY --,- :75 .40
'qv,' students. aged 12 to 17, said Btu. be seen as a showgirl in.a new '' 1 : I
tients at Modesto, Calif., w h o movie, "The Big Circus." At 75,,,,,. 0 .01c,t, Peratures were above freezing dismiss the
- ( , possibility, of a cigar. what Was giant Oil'in'Algeziaq:. : ,..'."......,,: ::,' I. .,
LAiros; Au.Aoye ;.,A b,s,,,,!,,. ....., lant,mvosirgit nploaln, tato, bpoeut Iowa eaneroluoghug ette and cancer link, and yet The priestn drafted '. the,,,, letter ',.. "A ',...1., : 7-., .,;...,.;
. ,:', .1444,,
2:7,s -14', wise' 0.tt':"'" .. ''" threat to pear and plum crops about half 'of them still smoke.,( March 5 at 1.'St. Antoine .mibtary : ., ''. ''; .. i..' .. .2, iy ,:,..'....,
SHOWS: claimed the previous record of 32 home, she's Mrs. Grouch Marx,
"1,,-., ,; t.1:05, 3:04, 5:03, 7:02, 9:00 in a booth, would have to yield. ,,,. ,,,,,,,t
'el': ' "' '4' '' in bloom:, ,b got o po,, . ; ,. ..,. .(',:,:::
'"I think the adults, have t st ..-,,. ', : ''. .t :. ',
, .' lead to some extent, she sail I'l Means are being used, in the .. .... 1,
', .i'l,,' -.,"',01r1:1 ( s':':' .":". A;Iiiiimi4iT,;...-.....
, , ,,, think doctors' have got to lead to conduct of this' Wer that run Colin. ,: .i..I
, --,,, .v,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w16.,,,,,,tnrAKTr:oxrs!:::nn:::Tr...Prwryirr' .,,:',:.; ''!, awk DON NARTP4Na
Awkimill. e4 ..
. . The atom( tinned to tab 'in
someetat 'more ilf an extent than ter to our conscience,' the; pipits ,, :..,: '.' ',..".:::' 'I.,'
- '0 ..... .. ,, ,..
,, -,,,r...T.7,1:T4'.', :', ',:; ,:i-.,(.:;!:,:,(..,:,-,:,::::-,"::::.:::: :,:,.,::. ::,,,..-...,; :::.....,.,...,..,.:1',,, ( .. 11.6,0..;,,,,, ..
.'..,':..f. .,..', ;;;.,111IS IS THE LOWDOWN r..77::!;:-.,':: i: .. ,-'!,:.:..!....,1:;,.,,i-4: ,':.,..'i,.,' )'-i,.:;:.1,,:;,i,s;:-,,,..,1,,'Nt..' ':,.:,: 1., V tt ei., I' ..., .. MOBt places during the, night they have :. ,' do think it is said. .,, ,,s. ,,,, ,.. i ., ,, ,...
::,::,., x;:". .::::.,:
'';!' ':'. ,,...ON ME ..r 4,.. irk.,,:., and' ew out 'to sea ahead Of
irilepoolloomoillik.9.. .40. ,,,,, ,.. : br 1 worthwhile le see, partidularly ',"Artests and- "arbitrary". detent' i.Q. .(,.
'.:'')' ons :H:, .'-k
g. ',-", ::',,,: ::: : :;, 4,!,', : ,::::-' ',',4::: ' ':"' '' : ''''': -'' 1"""": ''''' Al dfrumchuaiw.-- 41sootili- ' lling an: ear ler
weather bureau warning' of it them frorr 1-
.:;:,A::,'i::.,:,,,':,:,' ,:.....;',..,:l.:::::.V,',.,,..,IiiiSt ;;V9,:' ,,:: ; )4 '
r::.... ,A, .,
among the young if ive can keep tiona are numerous. Questioning a ,, .1 ,,.
a muen earocgrettothige f'''' . '
,,,1 fr,ti .4.- ,k,
:,...t.' ,s...... ,-,'...g.::.,?.., ..
. ,,,. art, sto fOr ,New England. vsetaitrtuedp,.01, bean.. bopeienrgaucoonnsdu
":!'';':.i t fat ...ii:;:: : e. 1,::6;.,!,:,!:,::':.:.&0'..', :...'.:.,'..:,;:::::..,,zi ,,..,'t,,i.::,,,,-:,-,,:d 4 ;,.1,54.:: -: l'. I
t-,1.; t i, . ,,.. 4,... ,..,- znors,,,,. -I., ( (,,:,.. kr, ', ,., (.,1.!1 ,. cause ee ainly, If you have at help of means that we must Atuall. ,. ; .4
woettdund:1:ftmeenn vita;::"' :,'.,,',',:.' i: f ,v.;kft:-.ria):-:;.:!;,,',::;;,9,
..,;,..;.2.:,,,,,:i.,:,4!,,11:::;,,,.5..,,,iu:,.,.,,,,e,:1 ; ',.,tr I ' .,,,,.. 4,. ..,..1 , cio,
':t;,. -,,,,scET 41k'-', NitiIII tiLKAH ' -'' -In Nevi'l'orit, the snow 'held tenipted"to get ,the hard core of ty ai 'tortures ., , ,. .. ,
''' -: ,, :-ARg:;!:,i'tV,.5:,1:1;:1;.i! it.2i.';4rt"- ,4(e, i k '': ., i toinse of .,. .... ,, r.,,,,,.,,,,:
': i 4-
!''. ,: ;:.,A1101.1NOt ,,,,..,. : :, ,..:::::.,0.,,,),..:',,..,:,,;..i.: ',':" PO.. '' ,,:t... ,,,,,, ANTI-101slY IIRKINg': ff '1I1g;' enough cigarette Smokers to give it up, It Illt Is. not. rare jn ,the
for the New .. lit' t .. ''' ''''
4 ';,, ,, .. ,,.,,-,.,-,,,,,,,,,..., ,, ,,., ,,,,,,, tee
,.,4 i: :; SWIPLEY MitIAINE f,l'
, ',- sYcorhedk'ul, Yea.'n''ckaenest,eand the Reston le not to Start." !shed. off...4"'' ... -.... ,,,:....,..,, .(: ,,,
, ., .,.
.,, ..... : Red Bon to ,:get thr'ough their lt, ,- ..
:. ,,,.:- .... ,,.( , (.::::.,-': V,;:c ...::::,, 1:':?:0t,, ''1(s.:::::"(i,. ,!l ( : N,,,,,,,: ::,..-...,,,..,,,,, .4 ,J1 ,: i ,,,
" 0 NUL r-Olar ''' "oPening '''llay"., baseball game ,. , T
t '' tlit,t
..' k I"' ;', la ,:':r'':V '..' ''::::'
'-t It had been postponed two days
. .st :?.., .,,,,,
: i l.:-,.. ::4'. '':.1 :.,'''' ,,::
:. ,..,: .., -
.Y.,'1, o ,,Asi. i A a 1 I 1
. l' i i ,
. R .. k :, ch
'4-,Itt,,,,,,,,, A-f-: ,i-------?t i '' 1 THURSDAY!' ,,',''' ' ' ' ' ''' ' ' ''' ' ; ':': : ' '''
. . .. . .. .,
'. : : ; ,',.,:r. .:. :r 1' I ..i,:,Q,I.',,- t .,,!:'.: i:;,,,,:. ., ;7- .:034';':: ":;411.. Ti ..,
., t01Y1100. ,' because of rain. h 11, ,, ".,... ,. ,.,...,,, , ,.",:-.,
-11 ,, .'''''''',..4 : '': 11: : s k, ' oosevelt 1 ea e urc
.,,,,,,...,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, ::,...,.,. ,:
sii ... ..
,,:;... ;..; ,:,,,,, ,,,,::,:i,,,
, ,c,,,,,,,,Znittimiii '1"'"'"''''''-':i '' t '.--- Britain To ,R
. -AVOWS IMMINIANNA,
'6 4' L;:;:; r7!,!1! i 010111111110 '' : ', ,'- ''' i 4 .' .' '',,,:'' 0 !';' ': A ' A' '.' :' , ' ), '.. ;.' 4, 1.
' IT'S THATRENOT h .,', ,,.- 0 I
. ,, .,,,,, ,, ,us ,., n ,
mpenalism Aide. ec with e !, rt.
all., ,,,, N "0 '.
:S 0 ,,,,,,,k,!.. o', :4,-..:::::,:.:;!.., ,: ::;;.k:. .,.4-
: ',' T ; ':',:: :i.': 4:::":',:: -
P 1 ', jlicaletank ''.. ; '..,,'. '.:;!;! .',t,
.:,: 7 r
. ,,,i::.,.,,,,,,,:;: :: ,,L:. : :...''. P1CTUREABOUrTHAT ,,Diftig4e-S,7, ci HON.' i, , .,..i ,, ,,,, ,.,, , ,-,' ; ,, ,,,,,...,,. ,, ,..,..,.... ,.,,,,, :,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,, ... !,
: ,., ..,.
,. r ,,. ., th blinded ,,,. ,, ,.
, : ,M.G.m ,.,.?:,:&::::1::::?,:,j. ..i. 1 .. :: i ..,.. I
'' '', .. !.' maw '::i.,,ig:i':2.,-, ::'. ,
- ..,-,',4' --l. --ll., :::::-.. :,, ' 1
-:'''',:::- :' ,. ,,.-.-,7 I NIGHT-Tilitg'illt! , , ,, .,
..,,....., --,,,,,,4,..,,,,,K,,41.1;,::::.::,:,.::,,.:.:, :: 4 4 '''fj,'.;;;,:,,,,,,- ''''''..77 ''' ' tiEW '' YORE,: 'April ,12 (UPI)-4.;. ,would say;.'Well,' noW, what .,do ,,,,,' .-:,.' --r''..:,,; ; i.; ; :.,.' ,.
- ,'. ::.i'4:::VAif'5.--1:$- i :' .-, :.' 1 ".- : t.,,,
. !.,, ; ',,
, ,, .....,. ,::.., -...,,:.:,.. - 1 .,, ,.,,,,.,...,., 4,141- ND, oN ,tuni, ,;,.,,,, Bittain. win Former New York Gov., W. Aver- you want me to do with' Stalin- OY ',t, ") -. '.- 6.11
, - -4)
. '.,,,1:::' ::::--
, . ell Harriman Said last night that er this situation?.",,,:-. ,,,)', ,, ', -,'-',,:.!,,' :,
,A:.,. nub '12 Miat011 refugees to shell..
...,.,,, . .. ., :
I Tr ,,,, ,,,
,,. 0 , , .4, ter in ,hideouts in .. the northern
4,044 .:..,6i,,,,, ,,;", r,:, in ally future nuclear war, itie his is ,i', i, ,' ,- lee '; ? :.
the late President Franklin.: .1), ,..""He Would talk tround' the sub. '.,( '4' 0 .,.., Cyclops .,,, ,,'
Roosevelt wal,(,"a bit of a, sad- ject He,. would )never aity'. t ., .10 ., 14 .., ,, ,
''-:'..1:::::',':-1 0!!:1 "i, ., brdt : ,? .!,, ,,,: un ay.,,,,,i,;rapnie said yesterday ., far in tormenting Winston Church. what,I Want 'to :tie., Now. it w,ns a ', ...... ,,,k Altso"..1,71! .... "' !..., ;.
ill' about f British imperialism...4 rather exciting ,, asSignment be. ,y -,, 1-.; ',
, : -,,r; i,',.,' :, I,
. ...... ,..
, ,. 4- i ,
, ,,,, Its. rePrt Said me Settetar, 'Harriman and,', Samuel Rosen. Cause I Anew'. that I could carry , ,,..,, .:, ..,:.,;;:',.!A ,,' ,,,',.,,,,
R. At, &diet 'wail ;11ready at worx ,
, 4.. e.. J,. , man, both of whom served Room,. the ball in the general,,direction :!..
on '-a 'pitiable plan .,, to, transport eelt te various eapacitie, discuss. that he wanted to 'go.:,,.6 ,,,i,, ot (,,t,.' ',!',.,..;;.i,,..::'..., .-' ke,., ". n.:',.
- , .-
1 r ,' .;';',';, ...' .:,, millions 'of fainilles.to safety( in ,ed .their recollections of him- im ': 'If I Succeeded it. was oil right, ,',,,, ofts....'r.,.....4,..'., ,.- 1
,,,,,,,;: ,,..4,!.,,,,,,,,,94.',. ,,,,......,,,,,,:,..,,.
, f, it : ' piti MURK-0101 1
. ,,,,, .., 4, , WelOs) Scotland and northern Ent' the (NBC) television program ''rhe but if I wide a:Mistaknin it, I ',(,: beautiful .
land.in.the 'event 'et a nuclear Open Mind', marking the 14th an- knew Oat the 'branch' 'would Y...be -,:',. Princaaa Parisi A : t, k ,-, 0
-1,:AA ,- i',-
battle between' Zeit. and Wee niverstry of Roosevelt's death. sawed oft' He Might not tre me, ',,
t.1 .. taduced by ''''' , 4,4 ..,
. 414 5 ,,,,,, ,
,;.4.,:',: !,,','1'.. 4 4, .. .,r
. ,,,,, ( , - 4 ;, if 4
,:,:,,,.;::V..'.1:: '0'. ':! , : He, rather ellioYed digging the but he would give the job to some- .. black magic ,ItIi,12 , :
, .1, 4,! .. (1,
, .,t, ,,,:,,1,,e,,,,,i.. .,,,;.,,,,,,,--:, ,,, , 1. , -1, ., , ., knife into Churchill and trying' to body else.",,, .. ;: .,.. ,, ,' !, ,;,,,,, te thombeize, .,,.,: ,,,, ,.
t '' il
, ,. ..
, ..,. :
,,, . cy0 cHARI: )8E ,' ,
,,,,, TArErm.mt,,,,...,, s.,,,,:,: r,,
, ,,, fAIMIA KAT
, 0, A Briefs m 4 10 2 p.m, est. ,
. .....:,. ,, , make Churchill' recognize that the ',,;,.At HYde Park. N.Y.; Mill.. Etee- (... (., '., ,, 1, k., .,, '. :...,......,
ehnadndof...,thHearr' ' 'i,
,, 4 f .. .,
rie r vesicle cereMon
. .. , dnoary Rinoobsevteltg plarticipated ,yestieer; .!,,,,,,, ..,1.,,,,t, Dyll-,mittiott .,,. .,
! ., 1.
, ,.. .,. ::,,
, ,...,. -H ., sisu AIM in Birmillasnb;11PlaidPirerevicsalli nagt
Milo eitylk it MAY, .142BUILD ABBE.'''' '' ",(' the. many meeting's between Lthe marking the anniversary' of ,-- the :( 0.;,,,,, .,,
ma' ' ,k DUBLIN. (UPI) (... The .,,, famous, President, and ', Britain's wartime death of her husband. Mrs. !loose. ..;,, ,,, 7,4ehrileolori' .,
.., '1111 IREIAND '
. , '4 titHill ',;i ''' ,!,',1., Abbey Theater; destroyeGN, by fire Prime Minister". ,,-A,;:',, ,.., ,l. ..Y, 4,,. ,, velt placed a bouquet of flowers '(,.-', ,.4..(t ,P -mom
, st, ik.. ammo. ikmm ems i ';'ij' ,,. several years ago ma7 ha rebuilt -, HarriMan, who Served as Rose. on the :. grave before '', I 0 I 0 ir t9 ..; IntliN mANEws.,KATHRyli cIANT ,, ',r '"'
nil Arno On Of nye San ', ',
' ' ;" MIET 411111AINPA IX MTN KAM conjure ,up. thoughts of age-old Europtt. However,. this ,eon-."1"r91111.11114
gall OLD NEW WORLDQuaint houses and' the loveliwe.terfall
h , . r .,, r ,'' r' " ';',
,, , , ,, ,,),! with undefined iundt: In the ,,..ac- velt's!.,,Ambassador,,,,,to Moscow; chure ,,, ,,,, ,.. ., , ,
.' chanted scene is in Vitashington, D.C. Riders on horse jif
', .!-'1;,,, :sittonowl7 11'4 ItalS
through the Georgetown section of the city to view the falls tosClurald ',1,-..,t- !;..,!'', counts 'of Irish ,courts.,The. ov.
., rye '," the follewing sidelight ,i on -,, On her ,retUrn ,she greeted a, del- .......'4 tang BR .::.,;.inguall- ,.: .,,,:
''' ''',, ernment has introduced le sla- oosevelea dealings with, his di. egation of 1,000 members of the ,,, ...- , w,.,,, mmt,, ,. I -..,
' .:' liti li.. os.,.010.401,0 .1 lee mos '
. , wymi ,. .! made by 'canal locks near the Potomac River. PROHIBITED foe; MINORS tiOn tO nal 3700,000 of these unds plomatic representatives. -'',..i,,. Pennsylvania Federation of Demo. : 1,, .0.;,,,,";',(,,,,t; wolvionlis,,b. 1,,,,, ,,,:, .t.,,f
' ,"'"It'sl ',7',..";',4 kt,,i''111 II "All (...--, ,,:, .,,, .----(4.---------...----------'',- ----'- TINDER ,18 ItgAltsi ,. i' e to help' pay for a 2 1101140 building lle would( never,. give me ', e critic ,Women,'who JOined others ;, 4 mous' ininClintritatill mug- ,..:, ,'
. 4,) ;,st designe,,,bYllichad Scott. (t.', diroctive,I1 ...( IlarriMaa said..., .,',11 in ceremonies 'at ,t1M. graylk.:', :,
,-, ,.,... :
, ,,, : ., , , '.4'.. ,. ,, .-i.t,( ';'q-, '''. ';'".. ., ,. .! ''',,,::'.', ''': '';!,'''.; :' ',.';:'i ,; ''', ": ':': '; .'i' ,- ', : : ';'' ''' ' ...); ':,, 174. N".(':',!.',..,.,i'! '44. 1 .'',r '', '',f,..(. ':'. ,, ; ',
A -..,,,'",!' ,, ';', '','- ,.1 '
, , ,
, ,. 4., ,,, ,
. , .
A ::'''' ''' 4 '''.
- ---- - ......, ... ., , ,.
--. ii-i-lZ. hours and tonay was Pack nome trr frt inena. La run et the President Semen Ths olfiet You got the fleirdeett s.-",, Maj., Per Lindgren. writing int the Swedish military journal ontaet with the ed t
--,, II iti7..1'm not mad, at anybody," Nye said upon his arrival here. racetrack On SandaY, MAY 3.- Is to make ends mert-fingers Perces," says this la the sort 'et thint,ifitich ha'Pene every day tn the typically Americaa", town 1,',
' Six horses which will be flevm wed tool IsPoldcal,,, 2 "!." of Winniza...- -, -' ; ' ),-,, -I sf.,,..- '!. 4. 'f' ';,-,,' -- .. 'Z.:. A g -' ',1,''''. .. .,. ,'
! 4,,,;",;,,,'"Cuban politics no longer ire my affair." ,
(- I t i,,,
in from abread--Sob, Even, --1.' t Manisa, 'USSR: not IAA.' ', ;-::' 7 3, t .,- -t r'.' -7- i, ,,- ..;,:.-- v:-,.1. - , ..
' v -,i-,The soldier of fortune stepped off a plane at Chicago last night and "tugged End Tress, Farallon, MI Delia and 0,-,, - ', For-Witmisa, elaims Lindgren, b Russia's asp oohed Joe Soriet sPlea- scheduled for' Stated;
,,.. 4 ...
:' fclased his mother, Mrs. Helen Lynch. 52, repeatedly. -, , Son Mons 0.- toPPd Wm nit of j what Vastat' L., side assignment, ,-, ... ,, ., : ,, ,,,, ..- .. : ,' i ,tt,,,,,.,,, r... 4. ,,,., ,,,,,, ., .... ,,,,,,,,,, ..,,, ; 1 ,, ,.,
, entries. The others ore: Quidico, aim) nuallug ,- -:,, .L- .) ,, ,,; ,,,,.- ,,.. ,,..) i .,, - .'''''' .. 1
-t ,I. 1.--4 it''',Nye assured his mother "We're all rig ht," and then went off to their home at near nearniza,
niza, nearniza, a tiehtlyleuarded town of if piglet:1,4p by ft 'traffic, cop. -espionage la2weliflaware- of '. .,4
'' rWhiting, Ind., to sleep.
t Siete y Medic, El Tunchl, infer- it , , :' ,
' mei, Sentillen; CAN, Mossadeq,
' t--- Sright Spur,' His Malesty and Russian spy training In Wm- regulations and how to react out iiti, said- oallied counter. s., -,,
30 000 inhabitants in-the cen- Chewing
Plan io Exp se:. t ii t PI .
,, machines adorn Winniza's existence:1 -!---,,,, ,,
1. ,:,, , r Ukrahie, ,Is the, mos eff the sidewalks. The movie 'thee- He- added that the allies- also .1,
'- toe L32, was convicted early tion of the months he spent in Cu- Saturday night and ended early Maniart, ,, s .' '1.- ,- .. .,-- cient ht the world, prigreh ters show, only American ,-pic.. knoor lir aboeute thee Atissiaheechool.;,, i
r7. 4,.. dester'day by a three-man Cuban fun jails awaiting hts trial. yesterday morning- ,,: 011313 Payrolis Clatin8" ' I P 'f-.- :,,, A tu,res. Poker Is the, pnly, car I pi a att 1 nbUrg, -,:.
' 'tribunal which took only 10 min- Nye, a U.S. Navy bomber pilot Today was also the deedilne for
entries in the May, 1 Labor Day 1 ."Nobody gradhates tuttil t,hey game allowed. ,, pg ., ',,,,. 4 M Saxony. in East Germany... ....
'. "totes to reach a verdict after a in the Korean war, WOO convicted During Most of the ,trial, - are cempletely indoctrinated in- ,v. Lindgren did- not disclose He said the Marienburg- cen.b .
Zee and one-half-hour nighttime by I three-man tribunal in a night- revolutionary government's ch,;ef Classic. Vespucle, Doit.Aucho,;
' -- New to the American way of He," 'Oils sources'. for the 'article,. ter is camouflaged- as a dancing Nfit
' en'al in the officer's club of Cabe- long trial in the officers' club of executioner, Capt.. H ex m tor; pAeldneTr,est
Modaenmandis ioWrkASIIHnlepuGbliThilcan letiPnal.) Jacob 1C., he, wrote., 'Some Cif them spend .-,, , ,, and 'gymnastics school anel lb ','
- 1St fortress at Havana. The court Cabana Fortress, across the her- Marks, an ex-conviet formerly aNP:br.tdrrIll'szacSaric.rawabtueinbrit' entered for MN Javits and Kennetir; B., Keatil?g up,to 13 years ther,e; before their Ai i'". -- 1- ' : '-'' "girls who graduate from there ',
.' :gild Nye was offered $100,000 to bor from Havana proper. He de- Milwaukee, Wis., hung ever ,the $2,000 added six furlong spent said today ',they -soon will join big Chance emelt. ,, ,. 0 0 go to work mainly in West Ger I i
' tiOl Castro. nied all the charges against him. 'prosecutor's shoulders with his
helatergy, watching yeaelds.' -' 4' rn SilliSkili k ''. '' ''
which is exclusively for three. the small group of colleagues- who '''' -.-: '' 0 p ...,,, .... many' where American Allitary ';:-k
, N ,.' He was found guilty of 'lincen- hand on his )1111 exposed' their paYrolla to About 1000 stiaents front ,,, : ,'.- .- ,w, :, , ;,.. melettaar:ed:e,l,tion
".- ,7, 'Nye denied all the chitrges. diarism, collaboration and imper- Nye. public acrutiny.:,h' -, ,, Russian universities 'are sent
vt ,-,After his conviction; Nye was fert assassination.. It took the cote,. headed by Javits said' In a 'television Inter, there eVery year. The town
. T -.-. - -,. i. 1, s W::Cnnelt. ,:,aarViartiatbahtei'''llePeSrtileibkingt13r:
. Take's Congressman TheY-- g At
, e Itold
4, he would be ghat on sight if The court stipulated that he Capt. Oscar N. Alvarado, just 10 U ; h'.
is Launc mg view he would ask the Senate Re- surrounded -by herbed w i r e
' ., 3-101, -stayed in cube more than 48 would be shot if he ever again set minute of deliberation :to reach , .. ,, Pu.mcsu Policy- Committee tomer. barricades. Guard patrol the from, ,:' I
aroleeevartaeirritiogyanticd;11114;:r .,4 ,i(
0 , -- icanesek' ,3 '' - 0,,,,,.,".:
row to make eayroll disclosure it boundaries and l'ordinary'1 Rus-
On Deepest truisc
Itheurs. foot on Cuban soil. its verdict
' ' ' -1: '. 4 Lipenragtarnetn'aesuarife. this "mtirhain-:-',istrt :.....':, ,'' 11
''; "Where is the way out?" Nye Nye pleaded innocent to the Nye was released in the coati- the' committee, sians are notallowed entry.'
;. Nr, charges at the opening of the 5 dy of U.S. Embassy, officials who ,
. foarwikia'rd eaistrialdm' 'agile' ,ininintenedn' ittlicg.2 'Life inaide Is' that 0' f ahi; stoGnillic7situblitCarmclan. .e (UPSktiO)ie-ek.Three- --obileaf
1 Mo' te,Sitellites tart rlieY; If
' t, asked.
'4 Before midnight, he was in Chi- hour 15 minute trial which began attended the trial.
Keatmg said in a s et p a r a' t e American town of 30,000 eiti- timed- here yesterday from. an
. inter can- and Latin steps. ; -i.,', )
- , ago: st ent that he and .1 a r I t s gene All ears are Amerlean-'
''' 4r7iiii,1 who was tanned and smil- TOnighl For-Data stem during winch it il
is sob.. made. Bars and drug stores- set twd new recorfis bY travehng ":'
. -it et overnight creise
. mcst-knOwn'graduate is' beauti-, L. '
2-4oldliten' 4said MarienburgIg
''''' tie told newsmen at the airport US Magazine Says Ca's ro
. WASHINGTON, April 13 curlY, jewlet.'; He setgidethebor trot
us hope abound, juke boxes blare out ( faster and.'deeper thin', any -eta.
to the Senate as a whole will sp. American Jazz and rock .111' er sehmarme ,, r.
i. e felt the whole affair should be
s -The, united States plans , 4
t, considered closed. I I . All Irragardt; She,got five years -t
launch -three more earth satel prove a policy of disclosure, but roll at all holm. Gilmer gals :The announcement was, made ra i ii f
, T ay t no further reprisals a- ri,i, e eal a r I a sob to ot -I IA1:41 D 1 ia 114-a ate IT taro from Cape ,if not we elan mot, Aft dvivyk ...' OP 4
nil Atli 11111111110111a Ilk asysym c A. rs err,- ,rt ....-- t a in. 1950 for. try nr.to vet ,,4
,ring 44, Amen"
itt their west
me is ,'"thoPart
'but they, also
!ek, the,' newest -,
Latin steps. :
I i' MarienburgIS
luau beauti beautile,got
le,got beautile,got five year;
or trying, ta -get ,,P,
ospionago ,bu- 1
' gar ,, olot t ve Year; 't ..,
ii ', tni-felt the whoie affair snotuu uu ..,
, The 'united states Piens to, the Senate as a whole will 4-. Anlericai Jaws and rock -in': -e-r, '13-tibm"-arin- e-.7787,1 77 ", ..7. --- rurirmKriMildt'grsahatiate igis beauti"' '
t', considered closed.
' launch -three more earth sate'. Prove a policy of disclosure, but roll at all hours. GlamOr gals :The announcement ',was, made lit jail hi 1950 for, t in t t '"
rY g, is ge ..
' '. -. "1 expect no further reprisals a- Closely Linked Wtth Reds turd. from CaPe If not we shall act on our 'Own'" Put on burlesque stows. ' liv Se Clinton P Anderson (D- S.
lites hodaY . . . - , , .',..', i a., , .. .... secretsrims an American ment. ',
k .- .A
Cashaveral, Fla., anti One from A iew senators, including' Sens., . --'4.-- ' k,, ,, NA), chairman of me Joint von vongime
gime vongime Bate, Patd H. Douglas (),411.), william Instructora act' as barrfien, gressionaL Committee '00-4tOnlie nen, -, ', ( ':''
ber et the 'Berlin espionage lau-r ..."
sir. rind ,
me or my government," he
0 -..... k Vandertherg Air
Proxmire (DkWis.), Philip Bart waiters, motel receptionists and Energy.- Anderson 'and 'six other -':. :,. ,; ', ..7
--'i t "I am not bitter,")he said. "I Calif'.
- .(D-Mich.) and 30ho g h 0 r m a n ahoy bands. Every mistake is members. of the committee were B,,, . .,,, ,, ,-,
"I' 1,1tald no animosity toward any..
NEW YORK, April 13 (UPI)- post under Castro-is David Sal .. -
I' all goes wen. 1116 three Cooper (It 4.'1C30 alreadY have corrected on the spot. ,..' aboard, the sib. The others were adShock For 142c-- 1
,,,, lam Thera were a lot of hotheads
ns will to fired made their payrolls available tb Senators John P. Pastore ,(fi- w ..-
,end rebels serving under Castro. The U.S. World and News Report vador who once ran for public of of,
, of, Several others, Including Sens. Every kind of Amerlian sc scone
one scone on from the American angle, Is
in an article in this week's issue fice on the Communist hcket. man-made moo
skyward by midnight. the public '
. R 1 ) Renry M Sackson.'(D ', ..,,: --, ,.', t ., N ,
cent is taught. History, strictly --,.; -,',0 l-- ,, -.1. ,t .
' .- WaYne Morse (D-10072avtendg rrant
-. !There war same Communists
1, Involved bul,, cadre to not a masuknsists7s, Castro Linked to Com
wasu4, George E. Aiken ( It-Vt. ), : BROMLsr, Atnt,, ',";',Bnglana, : ',,,,
, 4 "Under Raul Castro the tom-
, , ,ICommunist.! PumPed into the students. I
They learn how to make tele- fild
and epresentitives Chet Holi- Aprd 13' --,(UPI) .4 Prints Minis- ..
R. answers the questipn'by say- Twist penetration of .the army The nevr satellites re on onJ.
J. onJ. Lausche (1)-Oh (D-Calif.), James E r Ha old Macmill ,
. Van te r an got a had -'
1 N ore scuffed combat boots
mg. is described by all 'responsi, hie signed to glean more data on
.... record as favoring Senate action calls. how to order thea- shock -last night when', -his ,own 1
He looked at ease
'- Ind khaki pants
"Castro although not known to and informed sources as serious. the earth's mate-up end wenn phone
:''.- And confident. He made no men
. be a communist himself is loose- At least,20 army officers are out- er, and explore the 1:008sibi"v senators. ,.. Zandtqlt-Pa.), and jack West West,,,
,,, West,,, to throw open the payrolls of all t i land (II-Wash.) constituency-, chairman';',,, pleaded ,,
er tickets n Boston, how to
''' '''''''''' '' ' Iv allied with and strongly in- right commtmists. At ,la ,Cabit- or putting huge reconnaissance The senate mc .. talk authoritatively on baseball.
,,tm e me nouse, Vi Ad f si 6 RI ke f S li t t in th t
ce mire a c or fi, cm s ,,we ory e Ilex 4
41 th f th t b-' al' 1 t
ver, a er, o e a orate su gener e ec Ion.- ,, ,vAfe :,-, ..
- ,, 4 fluenced by confirmed commu- ha fortress classes are, held reg- satellites into orbit in the. to- ,
snakes its payrolls public only Th I al marine, also was along on the' I Macmillan and' Wit- were ...,
' t eather Or Not
rusts Communists are deeply pen- ularly in ...communist Indochina- turn.
etrating the army. tion. Now similar instruction is
once a ear an ere s a !peel course on
y d then only for the Hollywood with I
spec al em- t
record breaking trip. a tending- the local Coiservatives
preceding 12 months. The Souse basis n t,h I -Anderson said after returning annual, dinner dance. -.:, .'
p o e seam er side ot
' '., "An ardent commtmist 4 liner being extended to other. a r m y The Cape Cafiaverel shot it makes public month 4 b th
Y ,,, Mon life there. I m e,,,
fro th TiVa, hotir -cruise that e During the speeches Cal Par.' ''':
ii, ., ..,
. commands the armed forces. An- posts." uni u 2-1.n
, ,-A scheduled to be a 0 e lists Of government-paid employes "while un erway -and-, submerged ty chairman,' 'Col. Gerald '11-ettcl- .;..:.,,
''''.' I lEhis weatherreport for has 24 other is high in the army coin-
' ''-,,',, 1 launching with the Vanguard of its members, the joint committee held an offi- ,welLisaid, "we mun-lacrifice our '
' The h to' t th I
y eve 1312 emse ves
' hours ending 8 a. m. today is mond and has general charge of I ,
rocket. It will carry an instru- Neither house of Congress rt cial meeting,,during 'which, Skip- leistu'e and pleasure in the. com.0
ves in the place of a middle class
' Prenared bv the Meteorological the executions that are contInu- I, It".,, , -.,,..-, mented satellite for measuring out any information other than It
going faster and deeper ing-,:months so that 'we tan 'Secure ..
middle-of-the-road Amer 1 c a n Pie-- was
''",- d Hytrographic Branch of the ing beyond the limits, promised 11 A N,,,.; ,, ,0"' ',
. IA k the magnetic field, solar radio- bare lists of employes and their defending US foreign policy. than any known submarine in his- the retunt, Of Socialist'.govern- :'''
' ranam Canal Company: ,, early this year by Castro. Com. ,r77---,,,,,,,l'z , ,i, , ti d meteor effects, and a PaY ,.
on an They learn to drive to US thr9-''T ''''''' ' ' ' t-'''' "I' '
munist leaders have taken over !,,,' ,f,,,, ,' -;'. p,'
, Anderson Said that "for securl- Theta, was I Stunned' :silence,' ,..,
Balboa Cristobal some labor unions and are hifil- ;',71 ,- ; '', ., f; tor
30-inch Inflatable sphere ,
trating others. 1, ,,,' ',k ,' ,,"---- ,! e ', checking air density. ty reasons 1 eafi cmly aay we broken ,by the ',Prima ., inister's ;
400 feet And Stiittlfid' "hey,' hey, big that?" ,"-
NY ancer Group To Promote,Drive wineorveindgefe,:tre, Vann 20 i,,,,48.
,:s, 1. The, colonel ,,! blushed ,i, furiously, ;''
HO 98 82 "Some of Cuba's largest news- ,:, , ,
, ,K,V i ,- '3,4, - ,- t d 1.,r the Air Force
, A Van ert, ir,
, LPAe 76 It papers are in the hands of com- t, , win trv to put a Discoverer sat- , "In 1955 sonle of UrZ40 trerr ItAlttiti, eif Aitolbgy,!,,ithd sat.' !.,
- munists. The communists are ''' 1 ,'"'" I to, th rth polar
T ''S '''.. T '' p ' ' eled on the'.Nstutilus,, the" wmid'S doA.,, atficpillin .'I whispered to?,
, 6'4- ., - elite n I a 800 '110
t- moving, In on the Cuban radio l'', .',Ii.. '., bit; This launching :ill be o top eenagers rom 'Smoke Habit d w him tomtortinirl b t th n I '' ''
first-atomic ,subma, rine,,,,,,,an ,t, 0 .., 31, II e 1Colo e
" nigh 91' 92 and television alid into the eciu- t' '" --, ,,"'
, k- s,'",,' '... -,,,' f : ,,,,, ,,-. part of a long-range --e deavor , ., . A I ter 4' on' '
were impressed today ,by ,the said a ,, 1, d t Suppose I II
w 47 85 cational system. History books for i L A,Iv et thir towed'
,, 41-, many technical adVances and sub- fort aa-long .as ,
.' '111'; i ,
all schools are to te ,,rewritten-4 4,- ,..., ... '', to develop satellites ,Capable, of .., ,, ,,I, ,,, x,, .; , ,4' i. ..4 .
- -, ,' ,,, - -' v"--'"-- --,-- ,, stadia' Increases hi performance live."... ,,, -...,,-- ., r. ,--,.., --
-- IND: Under a commission, hilitd2 hv E ,."'., ''''''' , scanning the earth-with tohnd: '-'
A ,' -
- : --, '-, -, ; - k '.- -4 ; .,. -- ,2
' -.4- -- ',-- ,4' -- -; $ t 4, 4 ; t '4 '' '' '4 ; ,' ," ,,,- '-' --: s' ,, ' ... ' .., '. ,L r .-- f' : 4., . ' '7: r, , ''. A ,,-- - -' '
- .-A- 4 -- -fr -,, -, - -, ---,,t, ,,, ij, -,, ,J. 4 ..,.- -, .; ', , ..,,,,.: -,:,..,4 -, r -; ,- r - A . --- : ,, ., A - -, r. : - - - ,- r --
- ,,.. 4 -' - ,t ,, '- ,- ., -. ,, , .,, ,7,.. ,,, , I s.,. ,... ; ; 6
x : ' ; ;',' '- -grFr --; ?., ,,', - ..--r-t, A .
, ,;,, ;
, te .,A-t,' , A,
. -- .' e -:, i -.'-
'- , .,
- , .. ,,
r .,,. :,.., ., ..,,..)
,...,..,,., ,o ,.
n :, r s ,A ,AA,
A, ,AA, 1
, ,, 2 1 C -:- z.-. ' -; - -
, . r,',- ..
. c' A..- i, ;74-,' ..
, -, t,,, ..
- ,......T......;.--, ----,..--7-----,-, ; -:, ;7-2: ,-A, ..---------------------.---------" CP' i
------------------77-7- ,-,t. -,-,, , ,,.....- -,': ,,,,.......-..------------ -;,, ,,,,,.; 2. :., ,, -, v- : ,i, , A.. ,- -, ,,, : :: ,. , .,:-e. -.. A
. ',,, ,
, -, pe...., -, , .,,
,, ' -1 V T
aguer n, Winn! a,s exas---Bar-,
i f ", Six n ries- ,' 17, ., Y,1
,,. - -- - ILIT.Tinzil:
4... i -:,--,.,-,:';.,: ',..:,-,st I '. at ' :
,' .- s
r viteetMdifin' ii:),',4:.---
,,, 7 IsOM t roa -, .e C' OrPS
.. '':- jvyer.,,': ,,,,,-,,,,
, ,, ,,
STOCKHOLM. APril 1,3 (UPI)IThe bit. shinina'Amerlean automobile drew up outside- tilt-. k
- ; a iedr bb ',
1 ,:, N,
' ,- "Texas Bar:, A tail man In an Ivy, League omit got out and aauntered Into the dimly-lit saloon. ti
-' '-'' ', -- , 4, , '4 1 ' ' '' t' : ' "A sweet Martini." be ordered.- ", 'x - 41', ,..' ; ' ts -' '',,- -, ''''
- I 1,, ,,
. Sixteen thereophbreas were ena ..
,,, CHICAGO, April 13 (UP1)--Ex-Navy pilot Nam Robert Nye,' convicted of 'trying.to
.. tered today for the $15,000 added, i , 1 "Nyet," snarled the barman. No AntaliC1111 IOILId &ink I, sweet MartinL'Now stiet all,ves, 1
, -- oak 11111.1101 1, 4! -,- ..., a 't ,,,,, ,, t ,....e f;,) '; -,', -:-.!...,' z, ;- .e ; '. ,,,,, .z.::, ',..' ,-, ,?1., ., 1, ,., .,,' i
i clillridell astro and given 48 hours to get out of Cuba' or be executed made the tit? One mile and ene-half President .'
, ni Oka na hille thitelp letkieh wiii 7Pall '' - '''---"''. ,11VPIL. 114 ahrant -11. ipnlohatunailaak-rnoirSol '.. - ,- .., , -,.
' inn nave been acmeveci la' snips if V. :' '' . ,,,
NEW YORIE (UPI) ... 'rhei,'city Dr Leona Baumgartner said jack including speed, maneuver, 4
i don and photographic cameras.
health commissioner disclosed adult's, particularly doctOrs. should bility and endurance' ' ,
iitinex. mph) NIV-22 N-17 a fellow traveler.' I ,J,0, ;,,, f,
I today that New ', York public takeithe lead in persuading young- ., ' -,),-STAR-TING t
, s,'', f
RAIN (Inches) 0 .07 U.S. News and World Report ,
, Mrs. Mary'
' Barrett' schools have been asked to cps- Jiters not to- take up the smoking mittee member took the. wheel of 2
describes Raul Castro, Ernesto
, WATER !TEMP: (Cho) Guevara and C a r I a s ,
1 ,, courage teenagers from smoking habit.
the Skipjack, Jackson said it han-
During the cruise, eacn tom- ., .
, 'limier harbors) 76 82 Franquir editor of "Reveluciongs
,..v,,,, I Of Margantel Dies as a result of reports linking ciga ciga.
. ciga. .
as outright communist or ar 4., ,,k,
g ) , ,. i
rettes and lun, cancer. She. said, she and other dB- ing in aft automobile Imo
- ll r ti ,un'A 11' ;q
dais were considering the possi-
' YLAKE ELEVATIONS: dent fellow-travelers. It adds: ,,,.'. ',. -,.,
' I n CZ Hospital
died as smoothly, as power steer- , .
"Raul Castro, aged 27, is rated ..,
MID. .s -- --,
', ''' !e
52 by intelliceneA onlinsto to 0 4'..10
' 41. atun Lake
- - -"'-' ImAs- mg In an automoone. , ,. - if
C E N TR'A L
. "Raul Castro, aged 27, is rated A q :, ,,;,,.,
' In ta;Li Hospital dais were considering the possi
, bility of an orgamzed anti-smok- ' ,.,. - - t'19 I
The' 'victors ; that '' broke'
:' :datum Lake 52 by intelligence sources as a far ,-, ''I .', ,, ,
', ,. "Wadden Dam 225.36 more capable organizer and ad- Mrs. Marr Eerett, of Marga'rt- Freak S11011S10M1 mg campaign in public schools.
In an interview on the WCBS Algerian Prisoners BoxOffice records far New
ministrator than Fidel-4nd poten- ' ta died yesterday at Coeo Solo ,
radio show "Let'a Find, Out Dr. York a famous Rosy pies- -,
tially'-more dangerous.' In 1953 ',, s,, Rospital after a long illneali;Ste IP d 0 I 1 s yr
Baumgartner was asked if she Mr lortured By ten; ,,, , ? ,-
r, .,,,,,-,,, BALBOA -1-11?ES Raul attended a comrounist-spon ,f vas 83 years old, trosts rcnara tended tO wage a campaign i. , I Tho' story.. d )
sored youth congress in Vienna ,
, againstcig,arette smoking. ' ' ' R '' -. ''','' '' ' ''
" TUESDAY, APRIL 14 and then visited Hungamand oth- ,,
, A resident of the Isthmus ince
' ' Tho opooloota
she reP"ed' "wa have RC Prietis. eport , , , .,,
er countries behind the ,Iron Cur- 1917, Mrs. Barrett was the wife Heads Out To Sea had a lot of talk about that. We
r i :' HIGH tain as a guest of the commu- of the late R. J. Barrett, retired
r : t ?tithe Ht. nists."
, s Canal employe. She had lived on 4) had a imeeting of the Cancer Ad- :' -; "'''', ' LI ,' -'' ,..Tho spitindolp --,
. ,:.till am 132 ft. The magazine says also: NEW YOAK, April, 13' (UP.1. visory C o inm i t t e e, which w PARIS, CUPp -7,. T,hirty,' five ' ----'
2; ''47144 Pm 13.2 ft. "Labor unions are honeycomb- ,
, the Pacific and Atlantis sides of
the Isthmus Isthmus,
, Isthmus, A freak spring snowstorm formed and set up recently. Roman Cathohe, priest serving of Shibadt, ,,, :4
ed with communists. The ores- ',
dt,lo , ---. blpw, nut tn Mil nft Anntborn wh. -- 1 ., ., . .A ..
, -- ---. ,- . w 117, will W KIIII,La I, 1JK LA ., 4,.xsaa ii alv 1 ,' s :
,. iff a ms as 611,p VSAILVO VA
2; -TM p.m. 132 ft. -Labor unions are honeycomb.
, ili; isliirti'us. A freak spring snowstorm formed and set up recently. Roman CatholiC, priests, serving 1 : of Sinbacit,
, ed with communists. The pres. blew out to sea off southern "What we have done is to ask with the French army in-Algeria i f -,s ... ''
. r t LOW ent head of the Cuban Confeder- the schools to do something mors have claimed Algerian rebels were ll'a all yours mad. -. ,'
,, 47-Vine Ht. ation of Laborinstalled in that I Mrs. 'Barrett Is survived by
daughter Mrs. M e r w I n a Nesv England today after frost frostA.
A. frostA. 112.E..fruittorcharls, Luairliala, yith the..teenagers again so that often tortured, aummarib, (
s-lit32 cm 2.0 ft. --- . - vxeeut-
Lnuantnue 111, ;swims- tney oon,t, get started smoking. ed, or "finished, ofr On the bat- Ouleatinal,
rrenen -wnose husband is em- uncLi3
ton and jOnqUila and tulips We're looking to this question of tiefield. '
'--,4t151 p.m 3.0 ft' CLAIM RECORD ployed 'as a traffic controller In
throughot Pennsylvania, New more of a e o
ROME (UPI)Thirty-four CristobaL' ramnaien thinle rrha tivrtActlit intli in intim in' eliVe le the Hewed eed