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: the ,unitou, it, lawn r ouch. I r- merciria41, at
LI, ,, but beforo, ,, oUS. I traffic ,,
, 0-1.Lnania' ke Canal fora th, '-te'c) that ict,
,,,,i oeiht loo ratio b, tterroM 'rs had xP059
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'1, al! '' '''IL IS WIT 1116 dinarl JUIY1P. I studieS.:, (3 s
,--, p.ittlaM''.401 Itxtia01; s technic clods ''' '''''' seefovel
4. .11;with .ewed IvariOU., and:con,cAll,, ,I...;!!1.11 &city.,
, ,,, Ho revi ., il, canal, ., ill wins al um.
Sot of caP old
' "1, leh'ef tl ......y,we 7i,,, cum run ,, we isho
' exPans 'Wog 11..1 that we'sn.1 al Canal)i. -41047,4
-'4,1, am. w' 4 fimi ,- sea-1ov, , .41. Aro
.1, t, but 1 dol., ' (for,. 1,1 it') oars s
carial,, , ii-,,,,leoision, .eare
k ' 1:. staCh, ''''' ft 'lac'
tit-11...:40im'provements n-ecessiry le Care- 'ler' the 'traffic.'!,,4
: estiviated. thaVconversion
of the -Panama- Canal 'to,
1Cyel'' Would post' 02,368,000,0004'
,-,!mIt'Would have practically 114','
limitable ;capacity and 'could
be and .eperatedWithout
' it tidal lock.' .4.,
,!,7:14. third leeks -sykeni,' tif Pan-
' 4anut Canal would cost $733,000,i
040; :,,A,consolidated third: locks
project'!,, ,eliminating'iPedrP:" Mir
gaol lockiy -while adding:,
' tionar, lock' to Awo Other locks
fel:mire locks,,and'AIC,.cost wiped.
oe $4,000',000,000-. : 7
Potter- said, that' sttidies ma'de
, by thc,Stattford, ,Eesearch
Mite. had raised -4,, warning: flag,
tide. t eXtraortlinerk: increase:
, eoilld'.-ralse, 'tolls
).41 i percent, without hurting.
.';',::::,..anybody '' 'Were'lnetesq,,
aary,"4 'said.: f'ilitt 'wide net, :
' T!';; see' ,the, necessity for 'any:rad. !:
' present- time.' i: 1'';
11 ittlinit'',.tohe Cana Aves
attelerate brick traffic and
' not'inhibit. it!", 4:, t:.
-Studies made by the Stanford
ilesearerCInstitutc- had 'shown
Athat' 100, percept increase in'
'tolls would' cause, a'.
: of, wbrld trade, :.
exaMple;' vith siteri-:. an
extreme' Xise;-.much -ot, the traV,,
; -rrittati, from- the west,. coast of
Couth Ameriett Might ,be routbd
g:rmind instead.' of
through' the Panarba'Cartal,.
another 'etainple,l, the Phil-,
alipinei republic lies oil. a divid divid:,;
:,; divid:,; line ,the
higher, 'tolls' an& Much :':of v, its
, wou d expec ed, At),
, tellow toutiti in,7westerr'
s direction.' from the
,,,,,,potter's public :
the "," Canal ',' sitdatioh
- :dealt entirely with ceramerciaL
traffi4! and construction'
.. lems, litithelat. getting into stra stra'
' stra' tegical And, defense aSpects.
";,After'r,',40 ', minutes r-the''..-oPen
: learing,:7,wai ellsPended for a.
Closed executive session of the
' meeting,' Potter
,, said tha,t the Panama Canal is
Army Engineer. s.
Avford $338 827
fn Chtrcicti ie
),-The trA, :Army Caribbean
Engineer snnounced a total of
8338,8;7 in contract awards to
, local contractor" ,- during ;the
three months, ; :
six firms were Warded these
-oontracts, Which cover a varle-i
tty of services .1ncluding
'41 conversion,' painting and: tiling-at,
various Arthy, post. kt1
Awards-, were t made In ths
following emou n t s:, Electric
Vervice COMpanyet $9960; E. M.
4'reund, $11,800; R, SOMMerl,
13C,I1,216: Tropical Paint Compa Compa413r,
413r, Compa413r, $2323; Diaz and Guardia,
- - -
t 528 iMd Homa COM- ;city st-onee the Id divi divipally;
pally; divipally; 84000. h' r 1. t wou de
.7 7-, 77,-
'17,' sr pith of,the celebratiOn of
National Library Week being ob.
A.' served all this week. display have
Ilan arranged' kin'. several Canal
, Sone coMmimitits. 1
These exhibits .ar sponsored bY
the Canal Zone Library.Museum,
Army Special, Services Libraries
and the Base.Librarl. Albrook Air
Force Base.. Mrs. Evelyn Branstet Branstet'
' Branstet' ,,,ter; Base Librarian, Albrook Air
' -Force Base, ',is chairman of the
oint committee. ''''' 1, .4, A 'K.'
The official slogan:of Islational
.7Library Week is ,."Wake 1.1P end
Itel&4or a better.read.. better.in.
formed America."' This theme is
,- carried out in all the displays
through use of the colorful official
poster. runners. book-jackets and
Vitally Important to' work!. com commerce,
merce, commerce, ,and, that lie, would Stress
, Asked about defonie:ho
Plied, The-importance of the
Cana, to national defense is
te get the raw material to our
. machine. -That is
getthvg vital all the
; Pottev described., to the cent centMittee
Mittee centMittee projects now under 'CM 'CMstruction
struction 'CMstruction -or soon to be con contracted,
tracted, contracted, for. widening and deep deepening;
ening; deepening; the-Canal ,cut. ,:
said, that As testa of, these
projects, L"we wilt have, four
miles:of the cut-which. will not
require guch MctreMe -eare th
the past"! .; -t-,' ,1,'
i..klat.also reported that econe econemieelwilt.
mieelwilt. econemieelwilt. be ,affected hy intro introduction
duction introduction Tot ,t:tuwing lecomotives
whack- Will '','use wires- -in.-
'Stead. of onet.;,, Otherc! improved
to, be to Ir. it
,-,' T110- pazttly:decoMposed body
of, a- man missing since .April,
was found yesterday' Jungle
Cotmtry Oil the vest bank about
two milea northof Qaturi Locks.
Apparently dead for -4 some sometime,
time, sometime, thei body, was,rfound by
detective R. Ix,: Richmond and
Sgt, A. Cooper of the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal station.-A
Subsequent. inyestigation,' re revealed
vealed revealed the body tci be, that of
Robert Harvey, 74, it,Tamalcan
who.: lived, alone on a Landr LandrLease
Lease LandrLease in the Loma, Brach reit.
4-Police learned that Mr. Hari.
vey WaS last seen alive on April
7 by his eleighbor, Robert Scott.
Scott, ,told police that at the
time his drtend seemed In good
health tuW spirits. But when he
called Mr., Harvey's 4 house
again the next day, ,his friend
had disappearett P
Neighbors searched for sev4
erat days without finding any
trace of the 'missing man, and
finally botified police, ,who
began a! systematic search ofi
the area .' ,r,, I
, Whin discovered the body was
in an advanced state of decom4
position, police said. Mere ,was
no evidence of violence or foul
An autopsy has been ordered.
AS41(INGT011, Apri1 p. 14
Tv IsopA4Nur o. ,y "pru,
Rep.':' Victor L.' An
duso '(1)-141,1) has introduced
bill ',-to award a-- 'tax-free'
$100,000 :prize- to- 'the.- first
r. American to ,travel in- outer
, The award would be paid:to
' :the 4'first. determined determined,
, determined, have ,i,reached the ',--velocity
Iseeded ,to.'enter sn' orbit
round .-the :earth., If two or
:More men, reached that vela,
In the Tight-hand window' of the
Balboa retail store is a particular particularly
ly particularly notable arrangement of book bookjacket
jacket bookjacket mobiles. A display
is located bribe Cristobal retail
storeoind emallet exhibits aze
Diablo service center And ther Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu clubhouse.
AU displays will be on ,vieve
through National Library Week, A April
pril April 12-18., .The extensive Cervices
Provided to the general public' t hY
the ',various Zone libraries is de described
scribed described in part in, an information
bulletin issued in connection with
the. observance of Library Week.
This Teach in part: '
"More than 1000 magazine,. and
newspaper subscriptions ar receiv received
ed received by the combined library re resources
sources resources of U.S. Government agen
, 4,, 4. ,A
n : R 1Lcist4Year
' The Chiricid Lartd Co.-' paid
oat a total ,of $19,364,491.57
the republic of; Panama during
1958, according to an ',annual
booklet published by the, com company's
pany's company's 'public relations -departOf
tha '12 total,. $13,528,879.53
were paid to 'private iodividuala
fctr goods itnd services. The xe-'
mainder of ,$5,735,612.0t twat
Paid tO the government otran otranama
ama otranama for: taxes, -.rental -',and
freight charges, and Mcludes
$147,712.58 for income taxes de deducted
ducted deducted by the company froin
Largest-Itern in the,- anitunt
paid to the government was $4;-
667,122.14 in income tax.
4q0f -the overall total,-410,734,-
494.93 went for ,salaries to the
company's employes and.,more
than,$2 million, for foodr cattle
conununitles and ,,,Militark,posts
met ,lest?,, evening 0t;' the' Civ lt
Alfa, tts make Warm' tot' the
plnt, for ',this year's ; pro proSubstantiari?
Substantiari? proSubstantiari? 8$1,1filk a's, in :past Years., Child
from ; Six
to:participste. The progra
supported by the :17nited'
with each community' augment augmentInK,
InK, augmentInK, the 'Fund
der tO'provide' an' adequate ,Pro,-'
The succes of the: Progratt
will, depend', on' funds "'made, 't,-!
vallable and 'on individual- com-o'
mtmities, Pr6Viding, voltmieer
structors and ,' supesvisors,' 'Ass
well- as the enthusiasm of the
, A king-ednieti'Ainior Olyniple
'swim 'meet is again planned De,.
tailed Information will be,,. pro provided
vided provided to each area in
prepare the cont,estantc
'rhe final registration date Id'
the youngsters, till be Jurie.,;19,
Bach eQmmlmity 'will set un;Its
own,' 4egistration protedures,.'
which will ',be annotmeed 'at
later date. -
The next meeting Of 'the suit
mer recreation board will -.be
held 3une. 23. in the, Civil Affairs
Sam Roe New Prexy
Of 'CZ'Policemen si
Ago1798 AFGE '1
ski,A04, 3r., a veteran- of
the Canal Zone. police torte,
last 'night becaane -the nw pres president
ident president of Police Lodge 1198, A American
merican American Federation of Govern Government
ment Government Employes.Y
Other new officers are! Georite
A. Martin,;'r' first Ivice president:
Walter C. McBride, second vie&
president! R., A., Edmundson.
secretary...treasurer; and 41 M.
, Trustees tor the cominr-year
are M.' L, Leave, Fettler; ,and
'C.i D. DeRapps.,' T i " 1
Balboa delegates ,w111 be Roe
D. Bishop, 8, AL Watts and C
L.'-; Priest. ,From Cristobal
delegates are W. C., McBride.' .T.
Fettleri Martin, ant,George A4L
cies. The Army ,Special Services
Libraries provide 853 ,,recordings
for loan to patrone while the USIS
and Air Force libraries provide re recorded
corded recorded music, to he used within
the library, 4. ''',' f
e "Together, all the libraries 4eir 4eirciliate
ciliate 4eirciliate monthly more, than 80,000
bookstand other library materials
to,the patron on the Isthmus. AU
Serve as reference' tentert ftot
variety of questions.
t'Empbasii in' the Canal Zone 11-
brary-Muteqm is placed on its
Panama collection and on shipping
and engineering materials; in the
Armed Services libraries military
and: technical subjects are stress stressed.;
ed.; stressed.; the USIS Lihrary (in Panama
CRS is especial concerned-with
,ROMANTIC, Indlitirtisheenmn' Anibal 'Iglesias. shows
,,the bottle and the' note which he found floating near tile beach'
of,Porsenir Island An the sau Blas The letterf from a seaman
to, hismite and mailed in the' beelt, tradition of ths soot has
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pottitd'Aintilut Of, Loisitk Sith
, ,;, 4
Uncorited AUSalt. Bias By Fishett
, : 4 A
,',,,Jail ,Init;is'atAitakliVik'' tee t ltdif,,'',3it;'; IrA:, $t; iiii.'t..11Atii
-written,-, by it,.sea mitty.,14 -Wife Xork,,,,,r,,e,',.?.,";),,...1' e.74 -.1,',,,,
in 'iNew- Voric',.', and 'thiroipE,froM ',,,Thil context r,,wa it as tollows:
hie iiTi la A ',bottli;itate washed Dear,Virginia,' I am taking ,thia
111 at,,,,Sani Elte lecently and time,:witit a broken, heart Aor, ', tell
found ,-,,,aa Indies 'llshermaa.t oultow Boni. I, a am for what
, fthe-,'nete,, saltyled', in pencil on happened,' I hbot you can, forgive
tattered:Aotepaper.- Wit ,' thought meofor what my ,,heart, told ,, my
to ,be pessibly .scouiside 'note and head te do, ,,You seep I should
Inquiries were Imadc,at the local have understood. long ',, ago how
offices of: Orace '1,10e who yas you felt ,about me, ,whith I ,,did,
emoloying,Ithe seat-nes' when,. he But, I ,wanted to be 'sure and' so
wrote the, note,': and also at New now I-' know. 'I 'am very sorry
York vbere, he was a member of you-could not see life my way,
theNationat Maritime UntOTIA. '.1 t ,.but some, day,, '' , '
,,Ile ',was fotincl, to have left the '' 'Mix wa,s the e.nc.1 of the note
Ship- in good, healtlkhowever, 'and encoot: that on the bottom writ.,,
the 'letterPhat, now' been sent' to ten in lorgE lettere was "I will
his :wife., ,' f' r -i ; noverYstoo loving you,".'
, ,' The seaman I was Herman On 'the date on which the,' note
Mali :ii ttilpe irro -the engine was written, 'the Santa' Ines was
room 'ot'the .S.S.) Santa 'nos, a On a voyage from New York' to
Grace Lbw, 1 targe;t,,,ship.,,,, Itell,,' Maracaibo and would, have, been
aged 39, is a' United States el, just south, of Haiti- ', -,
tizon' boritltrifkeinia. '-',",..,' '', : The prevailing' trade ', Winds
The, letter -was-dated Nov. 1, from the nrth' would have car car1958,1
1958,1 car1958,1 at Sea,: S,S. Sante Inec It ried the bottle into. the Panama
Wall addressed to, 'Mrs. ',Virginia- coast. ,,,, , ', -',
. Whenl.' the ship Came back
, , ,,, ,
, .., 'through the, Pa,nama "'Canal 'from
tsteviRe ffl. t
sp is s,', Maracaibo, Hell was still on the
' ' crew list but Subsequently ,,,, re
,, signed, from the,, crew. .,,,
20000' eiVitemen'''' '
,,,,,, ,A,,.,,, -, ,.. ,The, 'fisherman who, found ;the
OmServant Dutr bottle and' its ',; curious ,contents
I ' was Anibal' Iglesias. He Val, out
',WASHINGTON fl)PI) More , a
in ma ,tayucct inside thee, barrier
than 20,00o armed rnervicen .,, en, reef close to Porvenir :, ,, Island
listed men Akre ,on ',,,, non-military when he "noticed, it in, the, water.
duty as 7 officeII '"tervants,t ae- He handed, it liver to the ,atittHori ,atittHoricordilig
cordilig ,atittHoricordilig tn, a. regortisubmitied to ties on PorVehlr., '
1 a 'N ''' 4' ,1
',WASHINGTON (VPI) --t Mere
than 20,000 armed, 4ervices ., en enlisted
listed enlisted men are ,on ;et non-military
duty as 7 Mewl), s'ttervants,t' ac according
cording according to', a reportisubmitted to
Congress ,by the Defense Depart-I
The report contradicted testi testimony
mony testimony ...by Gus C.' Lee, deputy di director
rector director of manpower; requirements
and utilizatipn for- the depart departrunt,
runt, departrunt, before a House aubcemmit,
teel on defense appropriations. Lee
said eariier rtbat -,:, The I igure
"would be Jess, than:3,000 in all
seryicts." 'v ,,,, ,
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!neut. , ', ',, f.t:,' ' '- a ter',Miii ary
The repert conttidicted testi- , .,
mony .by Gus C.,' Lee, deputy ,,, di director
rector director of Manpowerjequirements, ,, t ,
Aide' Catle'd Hcim'e' :
and Utilization for,;,,the depart- au
mnt,' before a House, aubcOmmit-, y
b Fathir''i Decith's
teel on defense appropriations. Lee ,,, ,',,.'x,' 4 t ,,,,,., 4 i
said earger Abet 7,-,', The I igure ':',, Mat,- Irarvey e. Jones, military
"would' be ;leas, than:3,000 in ,,. all assistant 21e,' the Governor, was
iervicte.';'(V ,; 't,',.. ,' ,''' .. 4 '... -. called to'. the Cnited States iSun,
The, ntuctloportwas 'released day bY 'the sudden death or. his
today,...'.r- '''-, ; ,.'---, 0-, , father Charles M.-Jones,. 'of Tren
Rep; .111raniC KbliiiSki (D-Conn.) Ion,. Nevi Jersey.,;, Ilo left Sundqy
has' charged that the -armOd, ser; afternoon 'I)y plane." ': '-', ',......." 4,;:,
vices mere,. wasting imanpowee by Mr. 'Jones was born InAshVillei
assighing qhousanda Ilf ; men.' ,as 1 N.C. ,Mi'', was ,, vice- presided ',' ,uf
yardmen, housebovi Awaiters, ancr Jehn ,A. 'Itoebling, and Sons,,,C6.'6f
chauffeurs to ,officers.7', A.-. :4' '. Trenton. He was '62 years old, A:
,The .mibcommittet islrying'. to During olonee absence, : Maror
determine whether 'therclas -been A; W. E1116110it 1-3 DIVISi011 Head
viblation of- !' Military '', regUlations quarters Caribbean Command, Atli
gOvernine the nirmbee, 6f "tides an act as military 4 assistant ,4 to !the
officer may, have.,,,,',i, .., ,,' ,;0 ,'LLI .,, govemOr on a temporary dub ';..A1
presenting the- various, aspects of
American, life. ,
, "Books Or' juVehile readers' are
available in most 01 these librarieo.
' elpecial 0, reading is a popular
iteM hi manr.,' of ( these libraries
with' a'Amecial recreational room
provided at the MIS LibrarY."
':,9dl libraries lire 'ready to serve
your 1, reading interests and Invite
your-vse of their facilitiem.7-,
.,National,', Library Week also is
being: celebrated : hi' the Canal
Zonele schools, Special' emphasis is
noted with a display in the Balboa
High School-Canal t. Zone
' Highlight of the week is it boolc boolcweek
week boolcweek circus exhibit, Students will'
visit the library. and will be able to
browse through the stacks of books
which are on the shelves as well as
note the new books In the exhibit.,
Books have ,been called r, the
"WindoW of the World" through
whose openings comes the light
life. This.week people all over, the
United States,. in the large titles
and the small towns, in the kinder.
gartens- 4. and the ',universities, .iti
homes Of poverty and in mansions
of wealth, people of all statures
will be getting acquainted with
new windows 4 the world. t.
t'arents of Canal Zone school
students. are invited to tome to the
High School Library' any day 'this
week between a.m., and 12 noon
and also between 1 and 4 p.m.
The higlk school bbrary ta under
the supervision of Miss Kay Clark.
--- -- ,--)',,-,:'!1.'.' ,.
t'wo Panamanian youngsters
had a narrow escape near Co Colon
lon Colon yesterday when they leaped
from a moving Arallroad coach
traveling more than 35 mph.
The two boys, Edward Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, Jr., and Sydney Boyce,
both 15, had boarded the train
at the Mt. ,Ilope station, ap apparently
parently apparently hoping for a free ride
tO C01011. 1 -i
About the titime the train
passed the roundhouse area the
conductor, Joseph A. Vowell,
reached the coach in which the
boys were sittirtg
'Frightened by'. the conductor's
sudden. appearance, the boya
bolted past himto the car plat platform
form platform and leaped from the train.
Cristobal police reached ( tile
Scene a few minutes iater and
found Roberts unconscious and
a badly shaken Boyce Standing
beside him. Police took the
youths I to Coco Bolo Hospital,
where neither was' found to have
sufferetrany serlOus Injury,
, Both boys wei released to
their p ents in Worts.
, , ''''I
CLCancer- Nup -'
.:0'''' .' t- l'
In ast3 No ths
- The, eirtei, 7,to ,Catwler corn,
mates Made: awards:, ,' &Lanni
$1,831 to 15 pwrsonit during the
past three Months.
The figures were presented
the comMittee, during its quarter quarterly
ly quarterly meeting yesterday bY Dr. Erie
R. Osterberg, chairman of the
committee's service subcomittee.
Treasurer Joseph C.' Turner re reported
ported reported t,hat during the same pet
riod the committee's receipts to.
taled $4,159, including $880 in
individual contribution. Bulk', of
the recipts came from the cont.
Mittee's share of United Fuild re receipts.
ceipts. receipts. Dr. Eugene P. Shirolcov, head of
the education committee, report.
ed on the showing of a number of
specialized cancer Moving picture
filing to Canal Zone doctors. The
full committee authorized the
doctor's committee to purchase ad additional
ditional additional films from the Amencan
Cancer Society library which will
help local professional staffs in
detecting the .1tarious cancers and
tumors, especially thois more dif diffictilt
fictilt diffictilt to detect.
The committee' expressed Its
gratitude to two of its, departing
members. They are Maj. Bruno
Eisen, superintendent of Coco
Solo hospital and Capt. Carleton
Mott (USN) of the Caribbean
Truman To Talk,
At'' Columbia U
NtSV YORE' (UPI1 ''-- Former
President Harry 8Truman, win)
is considering a temporary pro.
fessorship at. 'UCLA, will deliver
three lectues On the presidency
at olumbia University April 27,
28 and 29, it ,was announced yea-.
terday. Truman. will Inaugurate
the William Radner lecture se
ries on Publit,' law and' govern govern'ment,
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- A truce coninussikof a'bout 25 citizens is expected
to move toSanta Fe tomorrow as a prelimirlary-totil:,
ing to talk' the rebels jtill roaming the Veraivas Mew!"
tains into surrendering:peacefully.
At the, same tinic in Santiago de Veriguas; soMi
sources estirnate that,as Many as 60 youths frOm, the towli
and surrounding,areo,have'tried to join the 'rebils-ii-thi
m9untains since the reielt broke out 11 days ago,
National Guard field commander Lt. Boris Miirtfnex Miirtfnexis
is Miirtfnexis reportedly calling in. the patrols he posted on the'Ciiar,
Riier and on the Atlanti 'side of the' mountains.' But' con continued
tinued continued airlifting of equipment into Santa Fe indicetis the;
National Guard intends to maintain its strength on: the
alert in the area.'
Meanwhile, the sporadic eruptions of violence in, the
rePUbliC dreit'neaiei the Canal Zone with the,hold-up if
National, Guardsman,at.Salud, five miles west of,the
Canal tine beider'vn the'Atlantic coest.',
",1; Nationcil Guard platoon has reportedly mved to
SaTud, presumably through the Canal Zone hoin C0166::
tootn4::":7:04a1.41.utrdes,,r:hapel, ,pd.ltiversoas,odlat.. ,9rnynivim, :114;7:bill
submachinegun, tied up a National
Guardsman there, bought, some
provisions at the village store, andl
machinegun, Cleast)touts Vstols1
4:0840 Mike) nue,',lottit l'yitti
gban, Jose Toujan end Attentinian
Manuel Pereira, all of Colon, have
been 'named as having teen Iden Identified
tified Identified in the SaIud group.
Tiernan Navarre, also Colon,
is suspected being connected
with the Salud raid, Ilia house was
searched ty the Secret Police, and
a 'quantity. of powder, found there
taken ;wry for. analksig,
Replying yesterday't6 Archbish Archbishop
op Archbishop Francisco Beekman's Is Issued
sued Issued on Sattirday for peace. Fred Freddent
dent Freddent Erne St do la Guardia r.,
said the nrCiate's anneal "find.
Aineere and warm reception in, my
De To Guardia emnbasized. how however,
ever, however, 'that any formula 'to permit
Its to wfirk for the united imnrove imnrovement
ment imnrovement of the colintrv. banighing in invoterate
voterate invoterate Ilgtrod. misery, and hun hunger
ger hunger cannot ignore the 'need for
maintatning tbe tuirmal function functioning
ing functioning of demoeratie institutions. bas based.
ed. based. as is easily understandable. un unon
on unon resneet to the constitutional or order
der order and alw...
Lashing at th Ivo !Meat ow
st)s, Chief Exocutivo said:
"My Invitations to national cal.
lakoration to solve tho orobtoms
offoctints, all of us. found no oth.
or answor In certain' victors than
the launetdno, VOft before took
office, of movement to urovont
ma from ostortisina my mandato,
and tatereatter bed lust (Inns
so, to hamoor bv all moans So
"Tor this Purpose. a nress cam.
noign storted.,and it has nev never
er never ceased, to lay before, the neople
an inaccurate picture of the
' : "" ;,.
v "rr.!,,;- :
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HMI's problems, to derhand Piretit
tory solutions and,. to, create.oitua
tions of dissention and: conflict,I at
the, aerie time that- lentiments :et
hatred, were kinjected, the pop,
n) a ssek, and,- urgings 0.4to.
lencer aodAtistrOttuit 'WortAtade :
Someqdveistirles, he :initt,- prei;
santed Panama's longterm.; ,prob;k-
lems as it I' bad created them,-1!),.
and finally have "ignored 'the ro;
sults,: whatever they iwerk-of
administration's program". -:
the hady of the fourtio
ba killed in, clashes with the
tional Guard was identified 'men
isrday as that of Domingo, Gar4,
eia, Ilk of Santiago.,
Re eras one of the linarine4
Santiago youths who left their
homes to join the original band -of
rebels on Cerro Tute.
Domingo. a -"student of the'luan'i'
D. Arosemena Normal Schoot
Santiago, and Bogen Giron -were
killed in the second clash behvien 2
the rebels and the National Guard :
last Friday. "'?
Domingo was identified- -from
photogranhs of the body by Ills',
brother Virgilio, who via; arrested :
last Wednesday while returning to
Santiago from the Mlle accomPan accomPanied
ied accomPanied by his father, Diogenes. who
had persuaded him to give uP
idea of joining the rebel band:
'Repelling from Santo Po by
tologram, Sa luitiano Chicon, ,,,
formation secretary of the
&milli flatly denied rumors "of '-
continuod battios hi tho hills
halloo tho robots and tha Plation.;
al Guard. and of many more ,'
wattles than ars reported'. ,,'
Chacon said the Red Cross -mfg..
sion vent front Panama City vat
taking advantage of their May in
Santa Fe to give medical attentionf
to residents of the area tiyho,are
in need of it.
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THIS G 'YOUR FOIUM THI.RIACIRS OWN COLUMN
.Z4 Tim Mail 1 Imo le go open Ileum 4OP readers et The Panama American.
Ltttere ore meshed 'eratefully and are handled le a wholly croefidential
isto soehibtoto a lotto deo', le impatient if it &met snout the
lOtof dos. Letters ore published hy the enter received.' .
' Please try te keep eke letters te one Piet length.
idiatity of tatter writers is held in strictest errofideoce.
' .-",This esestspoper assumn ne responsibility for stalloteola
eapiketed la lottim from readers.
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sir: 't ;AP i
Arn,passing along a verse about the eight-starred flag of the
49th State, Written by Marie Drake, it ran in "Retirement Life,"
file Monthly magazine of the National ASsOciatiOn of Retired Civil
Epployes.,,,Thcidentl, the NARCE has several dive chapters in
Alasket among Federal employes who decided to stay on there after
they retired. Here then is "Alaska's Mg":
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!- s .. Met stars of gold on,a field of blue
4 47 Alaska's thg, May it.mean to you
i The bide of the sea, the evening sky, '
, The 'mountain lakes, and the flow rs nearby',
The gold of the early sourdough p dreams,
; The precious golf of the hills and ptTeams;
The brillinnt stars in the northern sky,
, ,' The "Bear"the "Dipper"and, Ihining high,
,t The great North Star with its steaoy light,
4 Over land and sea a beacon bright. ,
. Alaska's flagto Alaskans dear,
, The simple flag of a last frontier.
NICOLAS A. SOLANO HOSPITAL,
WM lam Worker" (Mail ,Box, March zo),referrechte certain ir irregularities
regularities irregularities in Nicolas A. Solano hospital. Since ,bia, letter' t,have
made Inquiries in the hospital in an effort to correct such abuses, if
they, exist. To date I have not been able to find anyone who will
substantiate "William Worker's" allegations.
;' If "William Worker" would write to me personally to give me
the source of nil information, I in return will give my word that his
letter will be treated as a confidenttal matter.
' Dr. Adolfo O. Arias,
THI WAY BACK
SUNDAY IN THE MAIL BOX
Hospital Nicolas A. So lano,
Apartado 137, Panama.
, SI st STAT I
,i Events of considerable significance have been taking place re recently.,and
cently.,and recently.,and the US reeidents of the Canal Zone, have been and ate,
unaware 'of them.
' I refer. to the political actions which have resulted in stateheod
fr Alaska, andeon, HaWaii., Why; pray tell, cannot the Canal Zone
become another stay In OCtld ,Glory? Even now, certain elements
in New York City are 'Muttering statehood for the city in view of
adverse tag actioni by 010 ;tate legialatures.
'''.Ite advanttees M. statehood, for .the CariaL-Zontsre Aviolis,--
', I. The US citizens residing here will have representation in ConPi.-
As it is now we pay taxes and havelnityote:Dicknot Patrick
Henry say a few words ,on thie tpoint? ,,
4 2. The "equal pay for equalwork" fallacy would go out Abe WM WMdilv.
dilv. WMdilv. Tbe non-US citizens living and working here in the Zone would
be,here under State Department rules and perhaps their visas would
net permit them to work.
t 3. There Would be tui nec,essity for the Balboa Bridge. Alter AIL
w'st wouldn't' expect a foreign PoWerto' gad t brid0 acreita one of
, o a states; lr if the:elai; far, thaiela itledge, ,Ateret!011sitiered
,' .v lid, then'ih0 t.W 'mild Mandl, at 'llit tz'sinallian '61terninent.
b d an elevated-highway, from A ska th tht stater of ;Washington'
selhat Americans would not have ta.eross a foreign country trav traveling
eling traveling from one state toanother, Keep in mind, that not huilding 'the
.bridge would Beim the taxpayer $22.000,000.
,,,: It seems to me that we are missing a bet. And if our Latin
friends I?) across' the' itriet shout that the gringo's tiok on page'
1104i Websteer New International Dictionary, second edition', 'unt-,
bridged, for the real meaning. And how often are we referred to by
that term!) are being unrealistic, too bad!' -- ,
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l' GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICIES sr :.' -, ,, .,, ,...
-$41: '', ''''
- There is a -certain -American female on the-Zone who is ,migfit
unhappy these days, 'and who is broadcasting the reason. Seems
she's real stesmed up about. her new neighbors their skin is a
little dark and they,spealt Spanish. which makes them in her esti estimate
mate estimate just About the worst you can geL
'' This female Presomably considers herself a perfect neighhor.
Maybe she is, if you like birds that talk, and squawk from sunriscto
sunset. She has hvo. She's also a good neighbor if you like car&
Hers is more than e. one-car family. and she parks them bete there
tild everywhereShe'; a good neighbor, too, if you like dogs. She
ads real auset whenCanal Zone mtitts pay social calls on their
121)0 thoroughbred', but won't leave this ,youne lady at theyet's, or
keep her shut up whten she is in the niood.; I guess every owner of
st 'Male dog on tbe Zoneis expected to keep his mutt locked indoors
. .. I'll take the brown:skinned neighbors any day, for Preference.
i, Celet Blind
,, When will a Panamanian deportee be able to return to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone? How can a man be deported from a section of bis pwn
country? Why should a man who had paid his debt to society con continue
tinue continue to suffer this punishment?
.1 There is work to be done on the Zone. Why does not Gov. Wil Willlgm
llgm Willlgm E. Potter allow thbse who have served their sentence to regain
their self-respect. and therespect of the community. by competing
foe these Jobs. These men in many cases have families to support.
But above all. they. need the chance to prove they are changed men.
, Why cannot Potter forgive the m their errors that are past and
paid for, and give them this chance?
1 agree with',"Fair Player" (Mall Box, April 12). The bingo
gAmes at Matgarlta ate so square that you can only find a bunch
of souares attending them.
As for the problems of "Lover of Soft Music" (Mail Box. April
12), the louder voices are similar to crowing roosters, they like to
' On arriving in this peaceful, 132and Sen. Floodloving tropi tropical
cal tropical paradise, tried the Panamanian 'beef touted by "Ginger Know
All' (Mail Box. April 12) but my teeth told me to switch to US and
New Zealand beef. 1 understand some of the beef the Canal Zone
ihopectors have declared unfit for human consumption is cut and
boxed and sent to the unknowing consumer in tbe States. How come?
! feel for ''Stung" (Mail Box, April 12). He doesn't only get
stung by mosquitos when he stays in one of Panama's hotels.
PEN PALS glIVAN'PED
, am an American, who would enjoy hitving Pen Pals front
tOur e4untry. would gladly send newspapers and magazines.
k I am a young matt 33 years of age, and my hobbies are read reading,
ing, reading, fishing and stamp collecting.
AU letters which 1 receive will be answered promptly.
1206 McAllister Street
1; (11n rancisco, 15, Cal.
ur C ass.,
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By VISTOR RAUL
' p 4. 4- -
. Aw, the hell with ', the "big"
stories. A friend of nzine shot him himself
self himself the other, day --for you and
you and you. --', ,
Bo headlines. Just what we Call
a "squib" obit.. It read the thiu
"Philadelphia: Az ',Upper Dart
detettive said that from all iii iiidications
dications iiidications labor leader, Roy J. Un Underwook,
derwook, Underwook, 55, former president of
Local 542, International Umon of
Operating Engineers, committed
suicide kriday evening in the 111-
rage of his home."' -, --
Roy had peen suffering 1orm
Iypertension. He felt he 'wasn't
eful, any more.He fought, the
Job. He lost, He' tried goi find
work, He couldn't. He really tried;
He really bad guts. He had to, to
have testified as he did beforethe
,Roy "Underwood'' fought, batit
though his union ,headquarters
was taken from hie by seven arm
ed thugs. He fought back though
some of his colleagues were luck
ed, beaten and had their eyes
gouged. He fought because he
found that up to $4,000,000 "was
put in the pockets of someone"
during convicted extortionist Jo Joseph
seph Joseph S. Fay's rule over the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia umon local. ; ,
That was just back there in
January '58. On the 27th of that
month, Underwood agreed with
Sen. McClellan's estimate that
someone "was getting close 4,o a
million dollars a year out of the
I union." Testifying under oath,
Underwood charged that hard hardworking
working hardworking men-in a trade that calls
for hard work had to Idck back
ifive percent of their wages, so they
could keep their lobs.
Some union members had to
throw in an additional 82.50 if they
were on "special jobs," Underwood
aid. Non-union men could find
work at two-and-a-half bucks
,This came to quite a take.,There
were 2,200 regular members and
some 1,500 non-union "permit"
Underwood fought this for,
years. His attorney worked for
nothing in the cause.
For months After the testimony
Underwood telephoned me. He had
little more to reveal. He called to
be cheery. He called to talk alibut
"the good fight." Then the calls
stopped coming. A' few weeks ago
this,letter amivedireM the leader
tof the Philadelphia sectiotrOf fti
Assn.- of Catholic' TraderUnio TraderUnioists.
ists. TraderUnioists. , ,, ,-"'4, :',,-;.-,,r,,
' 4, ",,,. t ..., Y
"Dear Mr. iesel: ,:
"You are no 'doubt faMillar with
the fight that Mr. Roy Underwood Underwoodhas
has Underwoodhas waged against the racketeers,
goon squills and-. cdrruptolabor
leaders in 4 pie Operliti0e4,,Engi Operliti0e4,,Engi,neers.
,neers. Operliti0e4,,Engi,neers. The-labor "Akers bevebeen
ave.:, t vh,4,0911alltfttressural en
thelem loyers in Ms &reit to 'keep
Mr. riderwood from ,getting
ntis,cOurageous fight has been
discussed oh many occasions by
members ot Acru and has been
an inspiration to all of us. The
imirnOse of this letter is to try and
dn soMethIng,for him, to whem we
owe very Much.
"In fact, every Amellcan who
believes in ''euto:free enterprise
system andl-itio demoiratic pro procedures
cedures procedures (mei Mr. Underwood no
less 'than the greatest respect. .
My letter to you on behalf of ail
the ACTU members here la to
bring you up to date on what has
happened to Mr. Underwood.
"The man has been the vecy
essence of optimism and has great
faith in American justice. He has
to sell his home and just about
every possission he had acmured
through his many years of honest
work. He can't get a job, being
"Mr. Underwood has the most
keen mind it has ever been 'our
good fortune to see t work. It
is a shame to bave to sit by and
see such a great man,with talent
going to waste in this country of
ours. .(Signed) Joseph J. Krull Krullkowsky,
kowsky, Krullkowsky, presidents Philadelphia
and vicinity chapter, ACM.'"
Roy Underwood died believing
he was useless. What price decency!
PLANE'CRASHES INTO SEA
LISBON, Portugal (UPI) A
twin 7 engine Portuguese army
plane with 11 men aboard crashed
into the sea off 2istoril shortly aft
er taking off from Lisbon's Por-,
telt Airport yesterday rescue
launcheo recovered the 'bodies ot
three of the men a few hours lat.
er. The search was continuhig.
Tront"the beginning of his
term is president in 1$210, An.
drew Jackson tried to further
the cause of democracy.
removed tidy an public pf pffieeholders
fieeholders pffieeholders aMd a 0 p into d
Democrats to their posts. Un Unfortunately.'
fortunately.' Unfortunately.' often the only
qualificationNot 'these Demo Democrats
crats Democrats was that they bad helped
elect him. This procedure
started what has since been
called the ospoils 4ystems in'
1832 in a Senate speech.
LONDONBeing a simple bah
baby, not to mention, peasant
don't let that Rhett Butler mus mustache
tache mustache fool you, girls I am- not
hep to the -,over-all,
ary complexion of the world,' but
I can tell, you one thing. I can
smell chicken, I can smell fear,
and I can smell uneasy self-assertion
If ever a guy chickened himself
out of ,a self-chosen leadership for
peace, our friend, Mr. Nehru of
,India hes diplayed his cowardice
;for all to see with this thing of
, Gone the great world leader of
the uncommited peoples gone
the. settler of all the world'i pro problems
blems problems that come to the United
, Instead, we have-just One More
Wabidi who ,can be terribly brave
levtrywhere, on other' people's 'lime
ad -territo0,, but when' itnenitiell
to, his own back yard chicken.
Just. plain chicken. -
; I remeinber'ell of ,Nehriei 'grove
words about the mei; Fiench FienchEnglish
English FienchEnglish invasion of Egypt, and I
den remember as plainly his' lack
61 brave words about Russit'aruth Russit'aruthnest;
nest; Russit'aruthnest; quelling of the Hungarian
Polish revolt:' But that was iong-'
distance stuff. ,,,,, ,
Now, in hit,back -yard the
Alt and his, public people have
Plidhly accepted Red China's' bru brutal
tal brutal overrun of Tibet, in a method
almost amounting to an endorse endorsement,
ment, endorsement, but certainly totalling up,
to craven fear, There are times
when one wishes a Guarkha or a
Pathan headed India instead' of
I tan smell stupidity, too,' 'and
, reckon that 'the recent vtords
of ,Gen. Thomsr '13. White,' chief
Of staff for our Air Force, mar
someday 'rank with the classic
track about "What was Pearl
Harbor doing in the Pacific; any anyhow?"
how?" anyhow?" Says White: "The reason we do
not have an sir alert (in the Stra Strategic
tegic Strategic Air Command) at the mo moment
ment moment :is that the enemy does' not
have an ICBM tapbility now. I
think it is not necessary' in- this'
period Urge int6 fullescille air a alert,
lert, alert, but that period may well
TEE rum mimic 4m mDErroun inivr
rt nine on the job as usual..,,k,6,irt
.Xer member. ot,the ;Setin.
,for 0, tht pienhower,
nt, ,deckints, 6,,,t
'rite an ,dictaters
, sending- Ahern arnit," with .!
which ;t0',,,keep ,their ,PeOPIn''.111
subJections,,and' ponrint out:. tat ,,,
dollars for..them:to ,teather tlie(X;f;'
nests. v; 4 ; '"
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I did not marcn,' because anal lpieco sto.. Rector's operation,.
like to walk,, but MY sympathies' In 1947e, Rector4ured i4lorgan'a
Chickeri Ahr'd ($t0
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By BOB RUARK
come in th period which mill be boyhood my-father-can-lick -you,
covered in next year's budget." ; ismer shift. ,
White also said that most of 1 ,suppose that Avery little has
the European' bases A in Engiand; ever mew. -proved 4-by maks de-J
Spain, North- Mrica -- are pn a monstritions, against -war, but you
115-midute standby alert; Wm cannot I really dismiss the
(be didn't say this) more or los Mastonk.march,.which brought 20,.
concedes the writing off of West., 000 people plodding into tondow
ern Europe if some Vodka4nad- Ane other day to protest use.,
dened idiot decides to press a out- nuclear weapons. -
ton. - lt' was dot entireirpeopled by
Fifteen minutes is a long time, 'crackpots, r bearded 'mysucs
these days, budget or no bloddy sandal wearers. A lot of solid
budget, and maybe White lewrong hosemyes ,and Aneir burgher ,nus.-
in his estimat ot bands' oVer bete are'becoming
strength., nicked' over the constant, Wear
moment. I seem to smell two ba-
. In all. the mUsele-iiesing of tisie of, button-pushing. '!, ''.8-. ' -,,,
I did not marcn,' becanse I, dial
sic things. One is a sense of false like to walk.,, but my sympathies
confidence' engendered by 'fear, basically lie .with, people wile are
and the other is a ratter 1)0you frightened about overgrovi chit chitcuriosity
curiosity chitcuriosity as to what really would dred,itching for a Chance to test
happen if they quit fiddling,' with their toys,,tegardliss o; who.-gets
small Wars Anti wept into a seri- RoPPed in the. eye',14 the' stritt
OUS dissolution Inistives "'"' shot la' the quest for liseleis pow pow.,i
.,i pow.,i o',,ir,oray sa 1,,,,54. 4., ,1),,A,1, 'olon er '''i: i too
Manylftetbstenal militark 'pee.
ple, -generally impress' 'me as
small boys isvith new Scout knives
and nothing tO cut, ot hew air
guns, and ,nothing to shoot
The ralik braggadotio between
'the' ident on. unemployment tompensa tompensashot'
shot' tompensashot' M' the quest foi 'uselesa pow- tion,, reeetItit 'Alt Montb,'
et - tfo Morgan- helped opeitattadt
',It is quite a ;volideifid Ntl:1, reject- 'liberal !regontmendations
full of girls and! boil add fun 'and from T Serqpiry of ;,abor Mitch Mitch!games,
!games, Mitch!games, andltoeOns a shame tO
Ws) it up, when'ibeApril breeze' What. illiteheltovinted:1, fit, do
lig so sweet and;the skies so soft, was extend. teMporary benefitS
'But ,globally, ap Jimmy Sheeip or iokiess workers and overhaul
'one ,wrote,, you find 'not octet. tmemployment insurance' t a 0-
hut 7 dards. s''the showdown, 'Oa
- President sided with Morgan
our people end the It 4-41 P One, ,p4.0 94., an, nu!. Pe!!"
vagely qeminiscent e of the old Out, se ,Iyortet,:,
, ;, k
''' 'T,-,:'''''::',', TOl'HE STOCK.HOLORS,01
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS' OF
PEARL ISLAUD 'SEAFOOD COMPAIIY
Th. arititt.1 meeting 'of the,Pearl Island Seafood Com-
patiy wili ,take plae ioday; 1,4,- 1959, ,at
14:30,p4.m.-..a,t the Panama Salon, 40.1 Ei Panama
:,ia.coniider the loi,lowirg:;' '
, I.Election of Birectors
' 2.1Iiiiventories 'ad Balances '
, 3.L-Modification 4of Ihe Articles ,of Incorporation
(Article 3) I
4.Any other matter duly prisented
to the Assembly.
The Chase Manhattan
takes pleasure in informing its custo.niers'an
triends that on thp 15th of April It will ina
ate a lriew office, ori the 'grourict fici9rfo
'CEMENT PANAMA builctirit locifed a
, A comer 'o anue spmosa ;!an use lo
-''', e.':,'-'7:::;,,:,-:.,':, ''. 44,'.44,,,,J t'i,,,:t.:,';' ',. '''!.
f A ,,,,4
Mora lit; Aienu'e' i'whiie it 'wilt bd dry It
to attenA theirtbanking nee
114 I re o
bs: At I.
, 11 gagwpiAlsom
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--TlynnING'poMs;;;;--Preildeitt-E1- cal-irgument it a press confer-----
senhower is still telling frielids enc.. lie called the program r
about some of the side-splitting "stets responsibility": and added--:4,
stories "401,ihick' President Sean "We are waiting foi tbe legle
O'Kelly regaled him in the White latures to come into sessions::
House,-4 the'', ire this yeai.", - 741
Here's one ,-the A.President re- Rector made one interesting
late as,''told him by, the Tresi concessign; "Io view of the
dent. es Ireland:, developing showdown Light on Ead-,:4
- "England's mountaleclimbers eral benefit standards, a three-to-swere.
getting all. the;;;-nation,a1 six months tXterISIOn might .welle-r.
headlines,- so two stalwart Irish, in 'the end,' prove helpful. !,
men deckled that for, the good of -Ike also ,arreed to this', same-;,.."
the name of their- cciuntrp t,bey -concession.
M USt outdo the English. Si -they haven't 'gbt such a' rigid po:::: 4
set -out in- midwinter. ,.to ,icUmb sition about this theta
the -bights( Alp despite warnings listen ,to. something," he- told
from tne, Swiss. -, Press. ;'
1"The Swiss were --, right, the -At- the, same- time:' he notified ,', )
snows: were too deep.'- And' itter Republican- Congressional leader, ,,-44
hours 'of climbing the' two'. Irish: that he 'wotdd accept' a- three-to. ::
men found-themselves' floudesing six months extension.- -,
:ts e '14 hh todw- earl!,
in snow up to their armpits. Ain Ainable
able Ainable ttty move,' getting ,-, colder, triple 'plays-Rector, to, Morgan to ,.).
' and 4. weak. They, thOught
the ,end. was neap'. Note:-The President --teneated M
t"SuddenlY one Irishman piLle' d 103 'views later to eight gover:,.0,
tits arm out the spoil. and Dori who belong r to the
Jerse ts Gov.,, Robert.", Ifeyner.,,,,,
painted:: towarC.the Aorieeni ExecutiVe. Com mittee,'
: 4,..4400k1., onlY, missing member was' Nett,
- "AcTess sin 'toward' the
came iii,large St.'Heenard i; dog; who aPPDPed to-bc In Alit South 4
bell around --, his neck ringing,- Peal c,,on temporarY
eyner t asked the-White House
ofenclutnuoihnis 0-Rthurreitihthre, learimedllibt,:.rt'khege olidstsp;r1 h,reed.aelr,asol,ohnte,nwppenioys 5swtot.0-
first Irishmani ''We ;ate' ; saved! en".
Here' comes titan's best friend.'
And the- second Irishman idd, to fly,k him ,to--- : the :conference;
efd, !and- imagine A dog tool" pointing out' that the President
malt. Ike flatly refused.
' 1.0111YINd, beve thim ,Irom Ws. naval.'assigna
, merit, Ike flatly refused.
C.'04RA' T'AL-1.'T0' 'S;
employment ,-, aiC program has
been the quiet lobbying of big Noili that Venerueli'd:t i d
business representative Stanley Ilictetot Marcos., Peres Jimeuea
Rector, who operates very, adroit- has been ordered out of the' Unit;
ly through the' back, door Of the ed States, Sen,, unberttlinmarey
White 'House.s, 44 -r is 'quietly : inquiring?'
His inside contact man Is none dent Eisenhower awarded Perez
other ; than ;the' President's 'chief' Jimenez a gold 3 medat adr
counsel, Gerald Morgan,- whose veering ,fithe general, welfare
former law firm helped Rector the Venezuelan Peolgel 'while 1114;
light Federal unemployment In- was still ,diciator., ,t-ra
surimcel Amy ,iderese is carry-, Inc Minnesota Dernecrat also
ing on the same fight from the wints to ,,keow why Fletcher War,
vantage, point-02 the' president's ren, ambissador to Turkel,
elbow, , '-ivas so cozy with Perez' Jitne.;
Rector :work 'out of a, three. nee': bated- seret : chief,
room suite In the Washington Ho. Pedro Estrada, when Warren was ,,
tel.,' just around tho. block from ambassador to -Venezuela,' Ho ', '-
the: White House. "'list year he twiny congratidated Estrada for
spent ever $100,000 lobbying ,, a- 'ruthless -purge,:,in.) November,;"'
gainst! jobless' benefits. , 1957. ( 1', .
,Ilis board of 'directors Includes ,Humphrey ijas obtained a' eopi,j;
' executii'es -from 1.IS steel, Gener of Fletcher's letter to -, Estradaft
al ,,, Motors,,, Chrysler, Goodyear which 'declAres e yid
Tire !and ;Rabber, Soceny Mobil surprised .at the Ittempted, coup
0114 and-Allis-Chalmers Mulatto,. but note 'Wit,' it was put ...doshi.:4,.
Iturihg Co. Over 500 Compardes successfully-and quickly, 4. hal.
contriblitit 'froth $200 to, $2,500 a-- could .come in and -discuss
piece Ito.. Rector's operation,. whir. yOtt.,,,,Accordiol Ao -the 'Foxily"
1, In 1947,,, Reetor4ured torganl PaPell4You'Otist'.havebeen Vtil;;;;
law tin, Moreau and tithed
at registered lobbyists4 Atter
Morgan 'enterett the White lbw,
he served At Adviser to' the Tter,
, noyat Atr PICKS tO WIN
girt 1 NGUAGII rescued., twice cresterday w h I
. they parachute into the ilea &map
tatter; lobbylse'lleitor argued HONG KONG MEI)
agabist these proposals in a let- their, crippled Vampire jet train---4
ter, dated March 0, to tit hack-, ner., A passing junk haule
ers. lle contended, that any re- Flight loieutenants M.. Dickenson
forme ahould be left up to the and Bc Lewis', from' the w4i
states, ter, and then a ,rescue helicopt,1
"There are ,4state,; levee., arrived on, the scene, The
blies tneeting novs or tn;the, near churned ,up,,by the helicopter
future. Practically 'every one ot nearly ,overturned the junk.
them has pending unemployment The two pilots 1, were 'ivitchettzt
compensation measures." back, into the water, but on .thaA
Three 'days later, President El. second try the rescue was actior
ienhower used the, same, identi- complithed. -,
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Royal kir ,rorce pilots luid;to be
rescued., twice, yesterday ,w h
they parachuted into' theeea frons
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arrived on, the scene. The
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LEAVES GOVERNMENT SERVICE Solomon P. Moses, an
employe of the U.S. Army Caribbean Quartermaster Section,
has retired after almost 29 years of service with the U S. Gov Government.
ernment. Government. At a farewell ceremony Col. Jobie J. Dixon, quarter quartermaster,
master, quartermaster, presented Moses with a letter of commendation and ex expressed
pressed expressed appreciation for his many years of loyal service. "Your
clerical duties have always been performed in an accurate, de dependable
pendable dependable manner," Dixon said, "and you have always demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated a willingness to assume additional responsibilities." Mos Moses,
es, Moses, who makes his home at 3148 16th Street, Rio Aba jo, plans to
go to the United States and continue pastoral duties.. Engaged
in religious work for over 26 years and an ordained minister since
1953, Moses has been serving as pastor of the Baptist Church in
W Rio Abajo. (U.S. Army Photo)
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Segregation In US Is Part
O f World Problem Kennedy
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
Serf John Kennedy (D-Mass.) tow
a group of Negro educators that
segregation in America is part oi
a world problem.
Kennedy, a contender for the
I960 Democratic presidential no
mination, spoke yesterday at the
Closing session ui uw umicu ne negro
gro negro College Fund's 15th annual
convocation. President! of 33
UtfCF member collegee and of 20
Indiana colleges attended the ses-
"Integration is" itself a World
pro3ess," the yoiitnful senator
aaid. "Itt India it means 'Brah 'Brahmins
mins 'Brahmins 'and untouchables, Hindus
it is Araos ana jews, in urica
it Is colonials and natives.
"The closing of the gaps caused
by segregation here in America is
part of a world problem."
He said Negro colleges and
universities share the general cris crisis
is crisis of all American education in
addition to segregation.
"The Supreme Court five years
ago tolled the end of the era of
segregated facilities,' Kennedy
said. "This requires the Negro
colleges and universities to trans transform
form transform themselves into just Ameri American
can American institutions of higher learn learning;"
ing;" learning;" The UNCF is a federation of
private colleges which campaigns
annually for financial support. All
of thfe colleges, except for one
school in Pennsylvania, are lo
cared in the South.
Ralph McGill, editor of he At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Cttnstitutlori, told the presi presidents
dents presidents that the Supreme Court "did
not order integration," but 'an
end to discrimination." y ;
We often hear it said that one
cannot legislate prejudice Out of
existance," McGiU said. "That
certainly is true, but we can ef effectively
fectively effectively legislate against any
form of discrimination in our citt
"Once discrimination ends, pre
judice aecunes, ne said.
McGill aaid southern extremists,
fighting integration "completely
out of spite and vindictiveness,"
are doomed to defeat.
John XXIII Names
First Two Saints
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
John XIII yesterday proclaimed
the first two saints of his pontifi pontifical
cal pontifical realm Spanish Nun Joaquioa
de Vedruna de Mas and Italian
Friar Carlo da Sezze.
The Pope wore robes of white
and gold and the mitre that pro proclaims
claims proclaims him 'doctor' and chief of
the universal church' as he read
the Latin canonization formula in
a ceremony of ancient splendor.
Only minutes before the sojemn
and historic ceremonies began, a
Suiet little drama was enacted at
le great door to the basilica.
The participants in the tableiux
were Che master of ceremonies
guarding the door and two late latecomers
comers latecomers he did not wish to let in
a shy parish priest and a young
peasant woman in ashab by green
The priest and the young womyi
explained they had an invitation
but it had been misolaced.
"Then you cannot enter," the
master of ceremonies said.
"But I am the miracolata
(miracle-cured)!' the woman in in-fated.
fated. in-fated. '.
The master of ceremonies took
a look inside the basilica and saw
that one of the figures, on a 35 35-foot
foot 35-foot tapestry that hung over the
papal altar was undoubtedly that
of "ie woman standing at the
The woman was' Ida Passamn Passamn-II
II Passamn-II of tn coastal town of Mintarno,
who was certified by the church
to na,ve been cured of perioslitus,
a bone disease, by praying to
Friar Carlo da Sezze.
He called the situation in Tus-
kee, Ala., where city limits were
rearranged to disfranchise Negro
voters, "tne worst side of extrem
McGill said Tuskegee "now is a
ruined city financially" because
"the Nesro population feels that
if it is not wanted there it won't
spend money there.
On Rise In NYork
NEW YORK (UPI)-New York
City Health Commissioner Dr.
Leon a Baumeartner said yester
day that venereal disease is on
the increase among N.Y.' young
people and "some of these teen
agers don't even kndw what the
The city is trying to combat it
by tracking down contacts of per
sons under treatment for syphilis
anu gonnorrnea, sne said in a
It has also "stepped ud some
what the education among teen teenagers,"
agers," teenagers," she said, but she ex expressed
pressed expressed some skepticims as to its
effectiveness;- Many of ihe affect
ed youngsters are not in school
and tans difficult to reach, she
Although her department nut
out literature on tne subject,
"How many teen-agers are boW
to read this? I think they are
reading comic books, don't you?"
Dr. Baumgartner said the de department
partment department has also asked the
schools "to do something more
with teen-agers again so that they
don't, get started smoking."
As Vicar Of Church
ROCKYMOUNT, Va. (UPI)-A
former newsDanerman turned
minister confirmed today he has
resigned as vicar of Trinity Eois-
eopal Church here because the
church vestry directed a delegate
iu vwe against integration ot a
The Rev. John H. Teeter, form-
eny a, statt member of tne Chica Chicago
go Chicago Tribune and the Des Moines
Register, offered to withdrew his
resignation ff the vestry would
However. Teeter said he auit
. 1 A
noi Because ot uie integration is
sue itself but because he believed
the delegate should be allowed
"to vote as Braver and his can
science direct him."
The controversy centered around
whether Hemlock Haven, an Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal youth camp near Marion,
anuuiu nom lnicgraiea mcei'
The church's vestrv voted 5-2
Thursdsy night to instruct their
delegate to a diocesan council in
Lynchburg, Va., April 23, to "op "oppose
pose "oppose integration of tne races at
Hemlock Haven in any way at
Teeter quit Sunday. He said he
personally favored integration but
denied that was the issue.
He said today half the church's
congregation met Sunday night
and unanimously adopted a reso resolution
lution resolution urging him to reconsider
"I won't do it unless the action
of the vestry is withdrawn," Teet
Free Medical Care To Aged
Would Cost $1 Billion Yearly
WASHINGTON (UPIr-Th ad ad-ministration
ministration ad-ministration aaid yesterday a con controversial
troversial controversial union-backed proposal
to give free medical care to Med
persons would cost t eiltton dol dollars
lars dollars a year.
Advocates resflpUy aaid the
study supported their argument
that retired workers cannot af afford
ford afford rising costs of medical care.
The biQ, strongly opposed by
the American medical Assn.,
would in effect give people on so social
cial social security rolls paid-up hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, surgical and nursing cafe for
Secretary Arthur S. Flemmmg
of the Health, Education and Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Department put the price
tag on the proposal in a 17-page
Air Noise Increase
With Sonic Booms
T.AS VEGAS Nev. i'UPI)
Now that you're getting used to
normal jet aircraft noise, you can
prepare to live under a sky filled
with horrendous sonic booms.
Gen. Curtis- E. LeMay, Air
Force vice chief of ataff, bluntly
dished out that Information today
at the opening session if the first
World Congress of Flight. Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives of 50 countries were
present for the meeting, airpower
and missile exhibitions and new
jet airliner demonstrations.
LeMay told a fet aae confer
nee there is no known scientific
or technical solution to the sonic
He disclosed that some new
planes, like the B58 bomber, "lay
down a; wave of sound and pres
sure which in some cases ia as
much as 100 miles wide. This son
ic boom goes with the aircraft
over the full route of the flight.
"It is not pleasan to imagine,'
the hullabaloo that may arise, he
said, when large numbers of jets
including passenger planes, begin
to cruise at supersonic speeds. Not
many planes can do that now,
and sonic booms are so far heard
only briefly When jet fighters
dive through the sound barrier.
Hundreds of planes, from an ex experimental
perimental experimental inflatoplane to the
U.S. Air Force B58, the Convair
880 and Douglas DCS jet airliners
have been flown here for dem
onstrations and exhibits.
The Air force will, show four
four of its latest missiles the
Thor; Alias, Snark and Boraarc
during the week-long show.
GOP leaders Say
Nixon Is Still
NEW YORK (UFIV-Three out
of four Republican county leaders
said in response to a survey they
favored Vice President Richard
m. Nixon over New York iov.
Nelson Rockefeller, for the GOP
presidential nomination in I960, it
was disclosed yesterday.
Letters asking GOP officials to
state their choice between the' two
men were sent out by, Look mag
Of 1,957 replies received, the
score .was 1,374 for Nixon. 469 for
Rockefeller, with .114 noncommit
Rockefeller came into the na
tionai limelight last fall when he
defeated Democratic Gov. Averell
Harnman while Republicans
utrougnout tne country were tat tat-ing
ing tat-ing a trouncing. His first act as
governor was to push a record
spending and taxine n r o e r a m
through the GOP -controlled state
The magazine said its survey
disclosed Nixon's greatest support
came irom me larger states such
as Pennsylvania, California, Mi Michigan.
chigan. Michigan. Illinois and Ohio, while
Rockefeller received his heaviest
backing in southern states.
"Rockefeller has it two to one
over Nixon in Alabama." the
magazine laid. "The two men
just about break even in Arkan
sas. Nixon has the edge in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, but there is great interest in
Rockefeller, and this is true
erally in other southern states."
SOME CHANGES NEEDED
LONDON (UPI)-The British
government's Gas Board acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged today that its new special
training school at Mere is com completely
pletely completely outfitted with electrical ap appliances
pliances appliances and hasn't a gas outlet
on the premises.
SHORT STAY IN OMICI
BLACK RIVER FALLS, WU.
(UPI)-Joe Payer, elected consta constable
ble constable of the town of Komenski re recently
cently recently by a vote of 25 to 4. will
be leaving shortly. Sheriff Edward
Prusa daid he has orders to de deliver
liver deliver Payer to the Waupun State
Prison to serve a sentence for
aiding in a gas station robbery
COULD'VE BR IN WORM
JJtlAMl (UPI)-Waitress Bonny
Fleet said the bandit who stole
$770 from the restaurant in wHich
she works shoved, her into a freez
er locker when he departed.
"But he gave me a shirt and
a pair of workman's Bants to
keep warm," she said. She was
released 15 minutes later, uri
COULD HI SEE?
DURBAN, South Africa (UPI)
The 25 men who latnmad them.
selves into a Volkswagen here yes yesterday
terday yesterday said they knew it' wawtt
s nnnnl K..I 41.... 1 I JI.
iiicj ii hu une uin-
Unction: The driver was still able
fti fAWAMA AMUUCAM
report to the House Ways a
Means Committee on it and vari
ous other plans.
F lemming took no position on
any of tne plans. He said ms de department
partment department is analyzing "the policy
issues involved with a view to
developing specific recommends
Rep. Aims J. Forand (DR. I.)
the chief House sponsor, said the
have meager resources and are
confronted by high medical costs.
AFL CIO President George
Meany said Flemming's report
provided over whel mine statisti
cal evidence" to support labor's
claim that retired workers can
not afford the rising cost of
medical care. He praised the re
port for "thoroughness and ob
Jectivity." I ;
Flemming's report estimated It
would cost about 900 million dot
lars the first year to make the
claries eligible for up to 60 days
annually in the hospital a key
part of the Forand bill.
Limited nursing home benefits
would cost about 14 million dol dollars
lars dollars the first year. Forand said
a report last year estimated the
cost of surgical benefits in his
bill would be about 80 million
dollars, to bring the total cost to
roughly a billion dollars.
n finance this, Forand would
boost, social security taxes by
one-fourth of 1 per cent each for
employers and wage earners, and
1-8 of l per cent of the self-
emnloved. He estimates this
would bring in one billion dollars
more revenue a year.
Forand said he would press
anew for hearings on his bill be
fore the Ways a Means Commit
tee, where it is gathering dust.
He does not appear likely to
have much success this year,
Oscar Awards Seen
On CFN-TV Tonite
The annuel Academy of Mo
tion Picture Arte end Science
a wards will be televised by CFN CFN-TV
TV CFN-TV tonight ftt 7:30,
viewed in more then 29,000, 29,000,-000
000 29,000,-000 home on the night of April
, the awards were made on
the stage of the Pantages Thea Theater
ter Theater In Hollywood;
Susan Hayward and Dayld
Nlven were tshosen best actor
and beet actress of the year,
While the film, "Oigl," was sel selected
ected selected as the best film of the
More than 100 of Hollywood's
top actors and actresses took
part In the awards presenta presentations,
tions, presentations, which brought Ingrid
Bergman back to Hollywood
since her self-imposed exile
will vam 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Takes Tony Awards
For Theater Works
w NEW YORK ?OTI) Archibald
MacLeiah's "I. B." and T,nH.
head" last night won the
American Theater Wing's Tony
medallions as the "outstanding"
dramatic and musical productions
of the 1958-59 Broadway theater
Two of the season's most
praised plays, "A Raisin in The
sun' and "Sweet Bird of Youth.
were not in competition with
"J. B." because they opened after
me iviarcn i closing date for nom
Tonys formally (lie Antoinette
Perry Awards are given for "out
standing" or "distinguished" con
tributions te a season, not on
"first' or "best" basis.
Enjoy Box Lunch
TOKYO (DPI) a Javanese
Princes, statesmen and other
leaders of the realm joined the
Emperor yesterday in honoring
Crown Prince Akkihito and his
commoner bride at the box-lunch
in the Imperial Palace.
me Emperor called in 200
prominent Japanese to refoice
with him over red besn rice, carp
ana nee wins over tne marriage
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Annuo ana aucawo snoda.
CALL FOR SfRIKI
ROME (UPI) Rome street
car and bus workers have call
ed a strike for Wednesday to
press wage claims.
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ermedy Comes Under Critica
Eye Of 51
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) a
Catholic and current front-runner
for the Democratic presidential
nomination, will come under the
appraising eye tomorrow of 51
The bishops, who Opened a semi semiannual
annual semiannual council meeting here
today also will meet with Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.),
another potential Democratic can candidate,
didate, candidate, and Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon, the current favorite
to cop the Republican nomination.
The churchmen likewise will
meet with President Eisenhower.
But this fact has been publicly
announced unlike the planned
private sessions with Kennedy,
Humphrey and Nixon. Humphrey
is a Congregationahet while Nixon
is a Quaker.
Kennedy is running well ahead
of other potential Democratic
presidential possibilities in the
public opinion polls and has been
described by National Democratic
Chairman Paul M. Butler as the
man to beat at this point.
If Kennedy should retain his
toad and win the party's nom in a
tion in Los Angeles a year
from this August, he would be
the first Catholic presidential
nominee since 1928 when Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Alfred E. Smith was de
feated by Herbert Hoover.
Kennedy spent tne week ena
building political fences in the
Midwest. He made several ap appearances
pearances appearances in Wisconsin where he
and Humwrev may meet m a
head-on clash in the state's 1980
The Methodist bishops were
scheduled to meet with the Presi
It was learned that they also
Van Belnum, 58r
Dies At Rehearsal
AMSTERDAM, Holland (UPI)-
Eduard Van Beinum, one of the
world's leading conductors, col
linul mH rlipft a heart at
tack of the podium JreStferday
while rehearsing the concertge
bouw orchestra, He was Si.
Van Beinum had been suffer'
ing from a heart ailment for
some time. The Amsterdam or
chestra was playing Brahms'
first symphony in C minor when
the conductor called for a ptufse.
As the musicians lowered their
instruments, Van Beinum fell, to
The members of the orchestra,
including Van Beinum's son, Bart
tried in vain to revive him. A
physician arrived and pronounced
Van Beinum won acclaim as
the conductor of the Concertge
bouw and the LOs Angeles Sym
phony orchestral He had been
dividing his time between the
Flags were lowered to half-
staff over the Amsterdam Con
cert Hall and all performances
of the Concertgebouw, one of the
world's great orchestras, were
cancelled for the week.
! Van Beinum had spent j several
days in a hospital recently un undergoing
dergoing undergoing a physical check-up. He
had resumed his work, and con
ducted a concert Saturday in The
The Dutch radio station let
lowed the announcement of his
death with a recording of the
Concertgebouw playing Anton
Bruckner's ninth symphony un
der Van Beinum. It Was one of
the conductor's most famous per performances.
formances. performances. He had worked with the orches
tra for 28 years and since 1945
he had been its first conductor.
He married Eva Jansen. a for
mer concert violinist. In addition
to Ms wife and son Bart, he
leaves another son, Eduard.
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iav arranged i In nl MjH
record talks with several other
top government officials, includ
ing uusr justice Earl Warren
ana Defense Secretory Neil H.
McElroy. The sessions are de designed
signed designed to acquaint the churchmen
with Washington officials
As the policy-making body pi
uijj nations largest Protestant
denomination more than nine
miMion members the Methodist
Council of Bishops exercises con considerable
siderable considerable influence on Protestant
WASHINGTON .. tw-
ment Press Officer Lincoln White.
OTwewry oi iaie uuues sur surprise
prise surprise return from Florida to re reenter
enter reenter Walter HmmA u.-u.i
where he is being treated for can-
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P. Anderson (D-N.M.), chairman
of the Joint Congressional Com Committee
mittee Committee on Atomif "Energy, on the
..inn,, ovurnigm; cruise aboard
the.lomic '"bmarine Skipjack:
While underway and sub sub-merd.
merd. sub-merd. e joint committee held
an official meeting during which
Skipjack was going faster and
deeper than any known subma submarine
rine submarine in Wstory.'
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convicted of plotting to assassi-
nat IPU.'I "i i jELi .. m .-it
..aje riun asiro, sentenced to a
firing squad and then told to get
out of the country:
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mother and then to Cod."
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.1A14:,Today, April 14, is Pan American Day. Each year the 21 republics of Northand SoUth' America mark'this''in mark'this''in,
, mark'this''in, ::niversary of their efforts toward joint well being. Both Panama and tile United States hive played importantroles
no:the development of the Pan American idea. i 7
. '1'44.Tha following article on the economic picture in Latin America, as ft stands and as it ielates to the future ol,
..,,e)e,United States, is reprinted from the bi-lingual maga zine--"Americas." ,1
- FOR THE LAST SIX MONTHS, represenatives of th e OAS member nation .11-'meeting as the "ComMittee
Iwifoly- -one" under the chairmanship of Colombian ex-Pre sident Alfonso Lopezhave stubboinly worked their eway
::through a labyrinth of complex questions: how to attract public and private capital to Latin America, how to stabil
Aze'the prices of export commodities, how to expand the m arkets for them, how to increase and improve technical
. .assistance. -4
. 4... :4 It is risky to state the problem in terms of Latin Ame rica as a whole, since rates of economic growth and fUture
c Prospects vary from country to country.
-: 4,----- However,' any development within the next few deca des depends on a number of general factors, maintr the
., establishment and encouragement of the kind of political, economic and social Institutions that will generate and
,,,opromote it; improved educational and health standards; th e people's will and initiative to save for iproductive invest invest.
. invest. itiment; better management practices; and the adoption of adequate OCCMOMi0 policies, . : i :'''..
40 Nor do averages give a trios
' w picture of conditions in Latin
'00 Ameriga, since some countries :,,i,,
''',, lack reliable statistics and price
:, i, levels are far from uniform. .,:,:,4:Ai...;:..,,.,
. ::,:,,:::::::.:,,,,,:,, ,,,,,ww:i:::
011 Hwever, the annual per-capita :, ,,:,:,.::,,,,,,4:,,,,,::0:,,,m,:,
',output of the area has been .,-:,,,:::::,:o,',,,,..-7;.-0,Aik...,:,...:,;i:,:i:,
' 4 :::,4:P;Wi:1-A:':!0:' :' :::::::::
,roughl estimated at three hund- .-,,,K,,,,,&.,:,.....0.&,,,,:,,,,::::, -. -:,:::
--,A,-0,,,..;A;),.,-.4,-,,,,,' .., :.,.,
: tred .dollars, which is about one '''::,a,'",A''':';':ii2M.:::ii,,,, : : :
'7:eighth the per-capita value of ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,:,,,:,:, :
',...',. goods and services, produced in p;,,;a::::.-.,.,,,,,,,,:,, .,:,-.: ,.,
', the United States, ..,:w:,;.i,,::,..,:::,,,i,, !,: ::
While this average for Latin A A'Anerica
'Anerica A'Anerica as a whole is indeed far ,,,,,:ie.,:::.:,,:.,:'
: above India's fifty to sixty dol-
: lars,' the individual figure I o r Nfotpita,::,.,::
. several countries is not m u c h l'-:.:,:,-, ,,,-.44,4,io
'- higher and the industrial produc production
tion production of ali twenty countries to- ,
, ,,gether falls short of Canada's. :-
... But, in fact, this three-hundred- 4.s.,,,.' ,,,,,1,4000
: Aollar estimate reflects a remark remark,
, remark, able economic growth. .---
Between 1949 and 1956 the gros
.. nitierial product ,of the area in in'
' in' creased at an annual rate of 4.5
.. per cent, or nearly twice that of t
, many highly developed countries.
This was made possible, in part, to
', by favorable terms of trade for
;,'.1he region's basic export products
" 44ncLby a heavier influx of foreign Qrtt,., C10
::' ;ondtdothestic caPital, both for in- it.i.,9 ..,4i0,40,
, .''vestmelit and as loans.
. F', But in 19,57 and eve, earlier
:, the volume of world traria arid ...
.,,, the prices of coffee, iead, tin ,,----7,.,i;,:,,o,,,,. ...,::,::..,.
-.zinc, copper, woc,, ,u ., a, ., ,,, ,,,,,.:,i,,,,WM"'M.':: li,,,,I,,,:41:4
, ,'. wheat began to deeine sharpiy. :'.'"'',000.01,1i:','I'::::'.::: .' i'w.:WW.
do ....,,,,:,i,,:itm,v,::,...x:,,.::.,.i,, ::::: i.,W.,Ux.--:c.,,4
The prices of imported good?, 0,4.maiiim::,,:::::,,::: .4t"..:.;
7, ;on the other hand, remained high. 0,r,,,,Lt:MAlt .k:: :;:,'::?''',
', :Abe boom that had prevailed be- ':ti,V0V:tiA.0:,,i!,Aii,.,..
.tAlore then in theAlmited,,Statee, and - .:- ,,: - ---- 1 rrilirl""!,""
.!; :::in westere Europe itione710'. an t' :',.. ,l''' ,:,',1 0 ,,.Pt,k ,A-, ,,,; ,ro.,i,
, 'Tend, at abotit theiame tinle that 'AT '-'irAN AMERICAN UNION HEA
, some Latin American payments the betterment of the hemisphere i
onhort and medium-term loans 0
, reanization of American States of
, optimistically contracted during h
t e OAS--have accomplished gre
, the- prosperous days, fell ,due. popular support among. the people
. In znany instances these lac lacrtors
rtors lacrtors made it necessary to restrict
'Imports of the capital goods :rad
,raw materials needed for indus. have and are entitled to outside
. :trial growth. help. What do they want from the
.. ,, Latin America's population li-' ,t
; '. doubled in the 'pest twenty five First, ',M.S. participation in a
',Years and will probably do it a. development bank or loan institu institu.
. institu. gain in the next twenty-five. Ition. The Latin, Americans agree
',. To raise or even to Maintain Ithat private capital is necessary
'for economic development; but
. ,Alving standards for a growing
, :population, farmer and manufac- 'they also need and cannot afford--
schools, roads, sanitarin
turer must produce more a n d
l'omore. If the gross per-capita pro programs, and similar works,
which, may not ,be attractive loan
' :duct is to increase at the rate of
prospects to private bankers or
,2,5 per cent a. yearthe current
suitable, for,,, primte investmenL
rate of the United States'- then
Therefore they have been clam clam'
' clam' the annual gross national product
orng for a development bank for
' I:of the whole area by the end of
' the next quarter Century must be years. They have made it clear
"trye the 1949-56 average. that they would expect such an
institution to be free of some of
;, his rapid growth requires huge
the limitations imposed upon ex ex,
, ex, capital investment for new tac tacisting
isting tacisting developinent agencies.
, tories, roads, schools, and hosni hosnitals.
tals. hosnitals. And this is where complies- The U.S. Development L o a n
, tions arise: Fund was created to make soft
- Underdeveloped countries with
only a few basic raw materia:s
or commodities to offer world
" buyers do not earn enough tor tor.
. tor. Iiign exchange to pay for all
i Ithg imports they nmidinclud nmidinclud..,
.., nmidinclud.., Mg, many producers' goods that
firth, long run increase local
!" output. So, meanwhile, t h y
-Must turn to foreign capital
, private or public to supple supple...
... supple... ment local resources.
There is a shortage of savings
within the countries for produc productive
tive productive investment.. Those in the upper-income
brackets are inchned
to put their money. into foreign
securities or real estate.
To a prospective investor, be becoming
coming becoming a landowner or real-es..
tate' operator is often more at at.
. at. traztive than opening a new in in.
. in. dustry, for the profits are bigger
arid Come in :aster.
, Uncontrolled inflation, the curp
of, many Latin American nations,
further inhibits local saving and
2,, encourages purely speculative ven
This trend offsets the gains
from harder work (the tradiiion
Of Mariana is 11;n&
Tast), technological advances, and
' oreign loans ant. i
a large extent, this question is
One' of domestic politics.
!.!,:, Despite the technical-assistaue
i.,. programs of the OAS,' the UN,
',, several U.S. government agencies
. and private organizations, special
skills are, still lacking.
, s shortage, of course)
tampers economic growth.. Often
it also delays tbe approval of dev
elonment loans, for lending instl,
6 ;-: futinns require detailed, expertly
girawn .plans and 'assurance that
,121plev, Can be properly executed.
. omil countries limit thel r'
' chances for private foreign ca.
pita! with generally antiquated
; -)i tax legislation; others have de.
fi !tt, torrent laws- governing the, act'.
,,, vit'ls of. foreign owmd enter.
the oPinion of Many polo)-
. inns'ors from abroad, these
'laws need to' be modernized and
additional' guarantees offered.
110:Ve the problem created
,hy ,a11, these .tompheations, the
, ,'Llitht..Aniericans',feet they thud
have and are entitled to outside 1"soft' loans like the Fund, it
help. What do they want from the would provide thd financing
ot many progra s that -now, gct
First, U.S. participation in "a b'y default. But it is believed that
development bank or loan institu- there -will be difficulty in grte grtetion.
tion. grtetion. The Latin, Americins agree nig on the amount and source of
that private capital is necessary capitalization.
foid schools, roads, sanitarion
programs, and similar works,
which, may not be attractive loan
prospects to private bankers or
suitablie hfor, privkte investment.
Therefore they have been clam clamorng
orng clamorng for a development bank for
years. They have made it clear
that they would expect such an
institution to be free of some of
the limitations imposed upon ex existing
isting existing developinent agencies.
The U.S. Development Loan
Fund was created to make soft softcurrency
currency softcurrency loans under less severe
rules than those applied by the
International Rank for Reconstruc
tion and Development and the
U.S. Expo t-Import Bank. But as
oflast Oztober, it had granted,
out of a total of about three hund hundred
red hundred million dollars' worth of
loans, only about eleven million
to Latin American countries.
Even employing more relaxed
standards than those of the two
older institutions, it is claimed,
the new bank would run no un undue
due undue risks; even if it did not grant
To overcome their gonsral
lack of technical skills, the
Latin moricans would like an
expansiett of assistance agree agreementsboth
mentsboth agreementsboth :multilateral and bi bilatoraL
Recentlyjust as some Euro European
pean European countries have set up a
cOmmon marketthere has been
widespread discussion of the pos possibility
sibility possibility of establishing one or
More regional inarkets to devel develop
op develop new indus:ries, augment pro productivity,
ductivity, productivity, and increase trade both
within the area ands with coun countries
tries countries outside.
The first concrete step in' this
direction was taken by the Cen Central
tral Central American nationsCosta, Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, ,Hon ,Honduras,
duras, ,Honduras, and Nicaraguawhere uni unity
ty unity offers obvions geographical ad advantakes.
vantakes. advantakes. In the few years since 1952,
when the first formal cliscabsions
were held, these nations h v e
made considerable progress to toward
ward toward ultimate economic integra integration.
tion. integration. On Juno 10, 1958, the five
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EX-PRESIDENT RICARDO tARIAS, ieft, Panama'e Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador to the Organization et American States (and also to the
NnitekStatosLdiscusses ,s hemisphere problem with Costa ,111.'
, can President Marin Echandi
; ;' ) ..s ts s .s5.11 Auk iiot st st-
- st- " 4" 4 1141,4x4101' roma, ',tit toevult 1,0 Elms 71!i,,,,i,,r,
AT PAN AMERICAN UNION HEADQUARTERS in Washington? proposals and ideas of 'every tind Or
the betterment of the hemisphere are received and evaluated. Concrete action by the members Of the
Organization of Americiin States often results, The Pan Amreican Union and its more powerful offspring
the OAShave accomplished great good; .but ma ny people feel their work is hampered by lack of
popular support among the peoples of member na tions. I
Control Amorican countries
troatl' undoto.. whitht
cultural and industrial goods
,producod in any ono of them
would gain fro access to tho
marinas of oil tho others.
At the same time, they signed
a second treaty setting up the
framework of joint industrializa industrialization.
tion. industrialization. The latter facilitates the es establishment
tablishment establishment in individual countries
of plants servings the whole a area.'
rea.' area.' After ratification of these
treaties, capital equipment and
other goods included in the agree agreement
ment agreement will move duty-free across
Central Ametican borders.
Tho larger market will ena enable
ble enable Control America to pro produce
duce produce many goods essential to
development thot at present
must In imported, thus insur
ing employment to mop), work.;
ors who would othorwiso bo
die or, loss productivoly
gaged,' and also relieving tho
pressure on forsign-oschange ro
d- But there is some feeling in
lard-cunrency couaries that inem inem2,
2, inem2, bership in a common market
Is would force theni to buy at high highe
e highe er prices than they would have
co- to pay non-member suppliers-.
11- The Latin American nations
have long urged U.S. participa participation
tion participation in agreements to stabilizi
markets and prices for their
sic export commodities.
,Treaties of this kind usually o operste
perste operste under one of two sys systerns:
terns: systerns: Under the first procedure,,
the establishment of export 'and
import quotas, the particiapting
countries pledge to, sell or ,'-buy
a predetermined quantity of goods
within a predetermined --pipe
range. Under the second,
monly managed stockpile is used
k to prevent wide price fluctua fluctuaiii
iii fluctuaiii Lions; depending on whether the
price of a given commodity is
rising or fallMg, the participanfs
sell from or add to their buffer
0 stock. ,
The Latin 'American countries
believe that without U.S. finer.-
041 support,. the success of' their
stabilization schemes will be leo leo'
' leo' pardized. Maintaining buffer
stocks might prove beyond their
financial,. capacity ,, unless tity
printed ,More money, which in
turn would ,worsen an tiready Se Serious
rious Serious inflationary. situation.,
; One difficulty Is Wooled a
price that will net encourage' over-production.
Where do we go from here
What is the U.S. GovernMent
willing to '4o? What 'wilt' the- Lat Latin
in Latin AMericans themselves do?
The answers to these auestions
will largely shape the future his historical
torical historical developments in our Mem Mem''
'' Mem'' Hotter.,
MEMBERSHIP GROWS ,44
TOKyo (UPI) .k The New
China 4 news agewy said,' today
Red China's Commudist Youth
League, training ground forfuture
party members, has admit'ed
more than 1,350,000' youngster lo
its ranks In raced months.
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TANKS AVVIEIGH When D CattiDatlY 34th Armor; Tort' Kolbe.' -left Iasi
' 1 , 1-1 , 41i ,,, : t,
TANHS AWEIGH When D Company0 34th Armor; Port' Habbi, left last 'Week' for' the' Rio' Hato trainincarea -- some '130
miles away --, Its tanks were loaded onto U.S.'Army landing craft at the VS. Naval Station, Rodman, to make the trip by,
Merabers of the, unit and its tanks will remain at Rio Hato for several weiks undergoing traininv,This mode of transportaw
.tion- is commonplace for the 'unit,- as its tanks have mad. identical tripe ote Rioiklato lot training' purposes on several occa-
sions' in the past,--(11.S. Army Photo) , -;;.;
sign ber nine.
CUNARD, kIsle of Wight ann)
A British housewife penndd this
do-it-yourself tale of' woe to the
Daily Mirror yesterday.,!.'
"Had a dripping tapin the
bathroom. My husband volun volunteered
teered volunteered to fit a new washer and
broke, thetap. While removing
the tap he 'broke the wash basin.
"He bought a new tap,'; and
basin.- But, alas, the new Amain
was wider than the old one so he
had to widen the brackets on the
"But that wit not all. He then
folmd. the wash. pipe, was. a size
too small so the tew fitting bad
to be adapted. After the wall has
been redecorated we hope to be
able to use the bathroom again,
"Simple job, fitting a washer
The, housewife thought it better
to remain anonymous afid not
DR.AWS RECORD CROWD
SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) ...-
Evangelist Billy Graham preached
the first sermon of his month monthlong
long monthlong Sydney "Crusade for Christ"'
yesterday before a record crowd
of 50,000 in Sydney showgrounds.
The turnout dwarfed the open opening
ing opening day of Graham's Melbourne
crusade, when 15,000 persons
heard the American evangelist.
NEW YORK, April 14 (UPI)
-,you don't,t, have to ban coati:
books and frown on television !to
teach your child good reading
That word, which many parents
shotild find reassuring, comes
from Nancy, Larrick, a specialist
in children's reading.
"A good 'many parents blame
televiion -and comic books for
causing children ,to by-pass read reading,"
ing," reading," eays Miss Larrick. "Their
anguish is. understandable, but
not altogether necessary.
"Nine out of 10 children be between
tween between the age of eight and 13
are steady readers of cimics.11n cimics.11nquestionably,
questionably, cimics.11nquestionably, most comics are
poor fare. Children go for theft
because they are full of action,
easy to read, universally avallible
and popular with their classmates
op because there is nothing else,
Trying to,outlaw com c 8 8
a waste of time. Children -,,111
The best way to divert a -child'
from a steady diet of comics, ae-,
cording to Miss Larrick, is to in introduce
troduce introduce him, stibtly to "lively
books that 'are good substitute,"
"Find out what kind of comics
your child, prefersfunny ones,1 or
adventure or space travel, Then
look for short, readable books
that will hold Ids interest.
Above all, remember that a
child reads comics because they
are fun. "You can't lead him to a
good book by sayintt it's good. for
him." n fact, this recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation is usually the kiss of death.
One way of persuading a child
that a book really is interesting
isitto read part of it aloud to him
--or tell him some of the, story,
,to whet Mt appetite.
TV Easier To Handle
Tv is even easier to handle,
Miss Amick contends.
"Bridges to 'reading can be
found in any 'rv program, worth
viewing." The trick is to watch
for symptoms that a child's inter interest
est interest has been arotise6 by a televi television
sion television progrant.' Then introduce a
book on the same subject tawhile
curiosity and interest are otill
These' and many o'her helpful
suggestions for parents are con contained
tained contained in a small bboklet by Miss
Amick entitled "Your Child end
Bit Reading." It is available for
25 eents from Publid Affairs imm immolate
olate immolate (a, nonlorofit educational or organization)
ganization) organization) at 22 East 33'h Street,
New York In. N.Y. 4
The 'main-thesis of the pam pamphlet
phlet pamphlet As that interest in reading
and skill at reading go handqn
hand., The child who has the for former
mer former will almost certainly develop
the latter,,,- regardless of what
method his school mil use in
Mis8 Lorick emphasizes that
parentsnot teiehers-bbear '' the
main responsibility for itimulating
children's ihterest in reading.
'rho job begins long before a
child18 enrolled' in schooL,Miss
Ankle recommends that you be begin
gin begin reading aloud to a child even
before he starts to
LONDON, Aoril 144)Piwrhe world shipOine Cowl freight merkatt today aro in a worse state
doprassion thee-they have boon for 30 year, accord Ins te leading British shipping authorities, and there--
ars no signs in the Immediate future of any upturn. s A L
Harley, Mullion and Company, Ltd., the shipping agents and charterers, In thair quarterly review of
tha ship sale and purchase markat issued today said: ,
oNotsince the early 1930't has thara bean Such an atmosphare of dopression affacting -tho whole -,-
overall Oictura of lb froloht market:I of the world. It is today practically Impossible for any owner te,.
break van on trading with' any oxcept Ns most modorn and economical vossels and von these can'l
only obtain such omploymant Oft a veyage to voyago bails.", '
suit toi ,ownere of older tonnage-
including ves vessels
sels vessels was, silt-evident, and for
mank,. smaller owners "near
The leport added: "The
outlook ahead holds 11,6 cause
for optimism, as-1959' wilt be
one of the heaviest years for
the 'delivery of new 'emelt
since the wat, a, frightening
proportion of which are an,
"Steadily increasing numbers
of older vessels aro laid-up Slid
are theretore a,Potential break breaking
ing breaking market,. Which hu forced
breaking values dovm to 11. point
where Mal are unlinterested
in paying more than about five
to 5 Pounds sterling with only
, Harley' Mu 1110n,, eald the re- slight' premiums obtainable' on This,' the reports- said:, would
mit for, -owned of older ',t01V; ,the contineria where Italy -is in turn affect the Hoeg, ,I,Oeff
cage ,, includieg Wer-beilt eta.; the firmest:',market Ilt around market. ,-, ,', '.:, .., .: ',- ;, 1 '',' 1
leis was: self-evident and for even ,pounde.eterling. i' Iii,k- 1 ',1.elready the first -s-war-built
mane-, ;smaller owners "near "The strong-Eastem ,rpartlit vessel has been sold for break--
:alamiteua.e., ',- o"-, ', ',. Will undoubtedly be affeeted by inutip. Thie was the "Empire"
- The .,,,retort added: 'The the -nevt.Japanese,r-regulations type "King Edgar" sold to J'aX)1 ,
Mitlook ahead' holds ne emote' annotmeed,during the last, few an for 62,000 pounds sterling.-
, for eptimism, at-1959' will be days, whereby all import for- Traders ,buying,- for the: 'class
one of the heaviest years for mantles for tonnage bought for of tonnage have been able to
the 'delivery of -new :' 'emelt demolition:will be automatical- secure vessels at 10 percent, oyez ,'
since the wat, a,- frightening le SPProved ,-- this will clear demolition figure. . -. '.
proportion of which are en-, the WAY 'for. owners who 'have 'As ,regards the contracting
fixed. ,--- -',' - ',- ' beeri deliberating ill' fixing to market, the Harley -Mullion,:re-
"Steadily increasing -numbers the ear A East in vie ,,of the port said:, ,,"Builders the, world
g older vessels ere laid-up mid hitherto 'uncertainty ,Of 'Japane over aro facing a, future which,
ere therefore albotential break- ese 'licensee , :' ".- ,....,, when their existing orders have
Ing market,. which ,hu forced 'The number' of' extrit eesseli been 4ulfilled,Jies,. bleat and ':
breaking values dovm-to ti point new ,peepared tkto deliver,: Out eesolate, 7: 't -,,- .I',, ,,,J. t -,. -.
where BISCO are unlinterested there will 'autmatically ,cauke ,, --,.,
A paying more than about five a reduetioji le.- ,leptinese "veep, eThe majority of ,Itritish,
to 5 Pounds sterling with only ers' -pricele" ',''' - , 'earth 'have probablytWo years
. ,. ,
, of orders to clear, ,but on the '
, ''' '' ' : : '' '' ' t' i" 41" '. ' ''' '' ''''' ' Orient m t berths have :
, 'el..-- -,,,,,,,, ';:...,-,. ' ,,,, ; :. ,, con re p y 1
i- - -"- ,' ,-.',,; '", ' ,, 2.- : : -'' -. now-t becomos. an ',Immediate I
t, '-, :Ee .4 Itifft
11 atiov' '''''omic.t' -o- o cs ,,, reality..z. rtv .,:y,',, io Arst.",le't.- 4-.
t'-itt ' 'Their ;-.1nattr,)1preoctupatittri '..-.'
, 0 - ., ,---' T' '''',' t-Y 4'''4: ''' today- Ls to try and consolidate
, ,,,, ,. .,4 ,-,) ,--"-1 11 t',":-4- orders already 'placed for own.
' ,- ; ,,,' I:, ': ', ' '' ,,, ''-'' ,' ' ors ,who,-,',with Ainfirxed. tonnue
1Me lam' PeCia' IS '
,, On their ,hands and older, laid-
, up :vessels no ', longer :trading.
, ', '-'.:;', ", :' '-, ... ; propositiona:- are -, experiencing
', Y, '' ..-A '''''''-' '- the. greatest difficulty- in main mainShe
She mainShe also believes perente Should Whether 'a book, is to be reed
contieue reading ,, aloud 'Iong after by alb child,. or Aread aloud -a tainieg the instalments on their'
new orders." ;.. ,, - -'' '.-- r, ;
I child has begun'to read' baiting. 'hinul great' care thould birtaben ..... ,,, -...; ,,-," '',, .--- c '' ..-' --
ly tot himself. Many children are to ,choose ,one ,that 'appeals,: to his On the tanker, market ,tne
dismayed bicauie their primers particular interests, 4,- whatever report said: "It, is';harder to
-with their necessarily' limited thee ineF he4" Violent'', action ;find, ,a glintiner of hope in :
tocahulariei.--are not so exciting stories bout ,,- military. battles, ; this section. thin.; In s 'any
al thi starlet their 'parents .read don't try to-stier Mm intro some- other. There hes been virtuai- ,,
to theire', This experiente '; can thing less gory...! Just4 find him ly no activity-- in ; sales,', for
dampen ieading interest unless a good. war beok and let him 'rip, :trading beyond a 'few inter interparents
parents interparents tide a child oer -, the '-U he can 'discover foe himself Scandinavian ,deals combined
primer years by eontinuing to that reading is pleasure; hie tastes
read aloud from more stimulating in literature will widep and deep- with, long-, t e r m: 'charters A',
which were Most. probably for
stories: : en, in due time. --.',i- I. ,-, -..,,,,,,,-., taxation purposes. --,-, ,, :'
,, "7-2's have declined in value
. -- :
: to a point when it may be,rea 1
., ., ,
GOR,WomOn Hear Ike Deicn e Creed po
': .' sonably said that their value
- .. ,,.,, ,, , ,.,..,-,.., ,,t,,,,,,,, &strophic fall, 'when it is real-
. .- '' .:. ,: -- ized, the greater expense involv involvFor,
For, involvFor, Party,.; Encourage &chow Viork ed, in passing survey for a ves:.,-
sel of this type compared to a
, , - ,,: -, , : cargo tele' The sale of the
,, ,-. ,,--- e --- ,, ,-- i ,,, -' two ,Stanhope ,tankers Stanpart
WASHINGTON' (UPI) --Presi- Immediatele Ai en Vs 'it rtv' 1 and
Stanlock,, of 14,683 tons
dent Eisenhower spelled out a here, th P id P
e res ent drove directie 55.000
-r a deed's' 0 I g ht,'' belltN 1945 ; Ite Iteyesterday,
yesterday, Iteyesterday, and said that federal Center 'to ;, confer :with cancer cancersix
six cancersix pointAreed for Republicans to Walter -Iteed 'Army Medical
02,000poends stelling re respectieely
spectieely respectieely is a stark remindet
spending should beT governed by stricken Secretary,-ofShite ,,lohe 121 the exigencies Of to(lay.",
the needs of the nation, "not he Foster Dulles, :who reentered the Sir Williata Currie,. chairman,
political opportunism." --,,-- hospital Sunday after' e 13-day
He told 2,000 omen etteeding rest period. in Florida: ,. Ti,' Of the P.. and' 0, Shipping 'Co.
,,, wee equally pessimistic to the
the,' severeh annual ,Republican , , :, , ,. ,,,' : 6harehelders: at yesterday'e ail," ,i,
Women's Conference here that'the "The President Planned ,to, Confer qua' general meeting in'ton.
GOP is, badly ,outnumberee by tomorrow. with; flow and Senate tten. He said,,the, putloole. was
Democrats and "all of uk have to HePublicari leader' and to partici. "grim." : :,,:',',',, ,-,- ,, ,'-t,,,, -, -.4,,
work hard" if ,the patty ie to win pate in. thededicatienof a me- -' lie Saha:: "We have been .,.
in the 1960 'elections,. , mortal to; the ',late' ',See; Robert brought up, with- a jolt. :World,
' He laid down' the creed whiCh A. Taft (11-Ohlo), the-Serial lead. trade has shrunk arid too many-
he said has been "lived and ex. er when Eisenhower eirst t o o k 'new ships have been built in ',,
poimdeds ',by; a long line ,of Re. office.' '.'"!)' '1' :.'' : , the world,", .. '',: -! ,,,-
contihue reading long after
child has begun 'to read halting.
ly for himself. Many children are
dismayed becattio their primers
with their necessarily' limited
tocabulariesare not so exciting
al thi stikies their 'parents read
to them: This experiente can
dampen reading interest unless
parents tide a child oiter the
primer years by ;ontinuing to
read aloud from more stimulating
WASHINGTON (UPI) .Presi- ImmediatlY Vpon 'arriVel
dent Eisenhower spelled out a here, the President drove directly
six point, creed for Republicans to Walter llteed 'Army 4, Medical
yesterday, and said that federal Center to confer with cancer cancerspending
spending cancerspending should be- governed by stricken Secretary, tit State ,,lohd
the needs of the nation, "not bY Foster Dulles, ',who reentered the
political opportunism." hospital Sunday after' a 13-day
He told 2,000: omen attendinif rest period, in ,Floridti, s -.
the seventh annual -Republican ,
Women's Conference here that 'the The President Planned to Confer
GOP is badly outnumbered by tomorrow with; House and Senate
Democrats and "all of uk have to Republican leader' end to partici.
work hard" if the patty is te Via pate in. the dedication ,of a me mein
in mein the 1960 elections. mortal to; the late Ren. Robert
He laid down the creed which A. Taft (11.0hiol, the Senate leach
he said has been "lived and ex- er whoa Eisenhower first took
pounded' by a long line .ot Re., office. o' ,
publicans beginning witlC Ab Abraham
raham Abraham Lincoln. He told the wont. 2 t
'They have invariably insisted
(1) upon the security of our no.
Ron; (2) Upon the liberty,,' and , '
rights of the individual...(3) Moll F
respect for the rights and respon. St' StP"
sihilities of the several states:
(4) upon honesty, in government; ,
(5) upon fiscal ihtegrity; an.,4
(6) upon, an 'expanding economy. GENEVA (UPI)--'Thel United
based anon 4 dollar that,- earned Stet and Britain In a proposal
today will buy tomon.ow and the t --1;! I t
a called yes erday for a
next, day; en rfequal amount of o SS t
groeerket first-step bat on muclear tes s It
,,The ,President earlier inlet' 300 s West said
the atmosphere Ail to .30 mile'
businessmen attending an -adver sad underwater'
c"rane'llt aelitIonfrderento creelthaxi)ortbal b levet atmospheric blasti
kithisthluestion, undergrouna and
minute' in the flight against in.
"we tan be ter The appeal to the t Soviets 1c
could be put' off until later.
tain that the problem 'will returo Accept'. step-by-step bait of- nu,
thHirsbeetliuttist;"dra'rg;UMeStit of' 'semi twisarliar 15Feau-P-Sn!AmlettlawsaldgerPularntelerl
administration critics who tontend 2 Wadsworth as .the thrte.powel
tphhaltalltehde thperedsiadnegneti hotashtenvastiroenm., rGeetunemveati un, etcetera! I'lethentreterewneeelk' .114;
They forget that it Is too late Celt '
to' repair a leaky roof when the ',The first Soviet reaction wit
reit is touring down," Eisenhower negative. The Russians have in
said. He noted that 'prices have slated on a general test.):4n ol
held relatively. steady for almost unlimited 'duration. '.
year, but he added:, , The Anglo-American propooal
"This is exactly the time to called for joint ,EastWest exper
think about inflation, because we intend to, determine how under
can-be certain that the problem ground and upper-atmosphere nu
will returCto beset us, Only the clear explosions eventually, could
most ,perstatent counterpressuroa be included in a test ban,
vitt 'keep price" where, they., be. The US, ilritish propose'
lone wOuld cover. nuclear explosion!
The two speeches were crowded op to in altitude of 50 kilometeri
Into a busy 24-hour Interruption in (30' milesleThis 'would not covet
his golfing vacation at Augusta, the type of outer-space sholl
Ga. He -planned to resume his completed last September 'in nu
Georgia rest lomorrow afternoon.: U.S. 4'Argult" Frolect.
r GENEVA '' (UPI)--'rhe r United
State and Britain,. r in proposal
to Rtissiat, called yesterday!, for a
first7step bat ovnuclear tests in
the atmosphere ,,Jup to10 miles
and underwater6 The West said
the -question, of undergrouna and
high- levet r atmospheric ,, blastt
could put' off until later.'
The appeal to the flovieti ',to
Accept a 'tali-by-step 'belt i of nu nuclear
clear nuclear 'weapons 'testi wo : put 'for
ward by U.S. -Ambassador tames
'Wedsworth so Abe three-power
GentV1 unclose' conference was
' resumed after a thretweek r
,,Thi first Soviet,' reaction' was
negative.," The Russians have ( in insisted
sisted insisted on a general test,,,ban of
The 4 Anglo-American ,:proposal
called for joint -East-West exper experimenti
imenti experimenti to,. determine flow-. under,
ground and upper-atmosphere nu.
clear ex,olosions eventually could
be included lest ban,
wOuld cover- nuclear explosions
no to' an 'altitude of 50 kilometera
(30' miles),,,,This 'would not cover
the type outer-space shots
completed. last' September 'in tbe
''' Both the lower atmo9here and t
underwater ; nuelear explosion0
re' relatively easy to 'detect, hes 4)
Vonsed to the underground tests"
--a problem which -has kept the S.
ptimonkold nuclear test boa
nertiatiols at a virtual stand.,
Ambassador Wadsworth, the
chief deleiatek told ,newomen ,
after the !fleeting the Mated
States was prepared end pre-, s
tarred te reach an end tof all nu. t
clear tests as soon as the prop,i,
er control mechanism and pro procedures
cedures procedures coUld be t agreek, on by
the East ane West, ', ", :
, ,,,immediate,,,, agreement On
these inechanismc cannot be :
reached due to the position Of the ,
Soviet he added, "we
believe Athat we can start by
agreeing to end certain testso, t
such as tests, in the atmosphere
and to install those elements or
control on which we have pres:
ently, a meeting of minds.',' 7'
The 'United States, at the Same
time, pr9posed joint British; ft'it
American and ,Russian expetiw7"
mentS to determine the detectatt
Witty of under ground and eppeo eppeoaltitude
altitude eppeoaltitude nuclear, blast&
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, ,,,,otuv:Anlencans feel they Must 1 !',;,',:.';:'-',' can, Prem. ident Mirio Ec-handi.
, in 0
Only 4 Days left to see
"The Model Kitchen' For Modern Livia
gt t71,,,4' a,d4 nod ,Latt L p..pt I 4...L.
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Oil 4 4 Ltrifiett; Pandala- t 24 740 AV 2.--0741 laimedip 'a-oo JO "At.
' AIR FORCE MEN AND wrvEs ARE ENTERTAINED .,' -;- t ti ''"
AT GOLF OUTING AT PUERTO ARMUELLES .',,: ,' .-''
, -,, Officials of the Chhiqui 'And Company were hosts te a gro;up
et -U.S. Air Force personnel and their wives Saturday' at Puerto
Armuelles. After thdr arriyal by plane, the tacitly spent the jilay
en the golf course. :- -, ,f -, -,, -----, , ',' r -:
) The group Included Col, and Mrs. Arthur P. Burr: 14 tel.
,' and Mrs. Claude Babb, Mat and Mrs; Paul Musgrave, Capt. and
'' Kr. William A.-May, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Murphy, Mr.' and Mrs.
Fatal J. Moran, Mr. and Mrs; William Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Earle
Bolt" Mre and Mrs. Wesley' Kennedy,. Mr. lind-Mrs. W. Ritter.-.1
, -', t f4--; ; Pt '44--::, . '' ''''''',4!,-.. l',- '''1,', ;'a! :: "r -e"--11' s..-, ft ft
CA; ma 'Mrs. Odli r:T. .,-.- 7 Carlos 14- CaniPite ,.-linienel ,9I
Return ,Te State 4: ''. I.'''' z ."" "-: Salk Jose.' '' ; t ., ',. : ..,
- Col. (ret.) ,andMrs. Vall'Dike- -'it '' '- !-...--:---4, ,' .;,
Ochs departed the'Isthmus Sun- Cristoail v.r.w.-.2 : 3.
--. dayAboard Oa USNS Gibbins to Installs Now, (Wisely t!.. "'N'' -,"'
: Ted' Holmes war named -1;ost
return ..to their,. home' in Loolout
Motmtain, Tenn.,- ,,- .,' ., - '1, commander Of Panama, Canai
They' have been houiegnests of Posts el I Cristobal,,,' Veterans of
, Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Ridgely Gaither Foreigns ,Wars, in se installation
for the past twO weeits, , or-,-4,;,t teremony last 'week; 4, Ralph',W.
, ,,,..,,..-,,i, ,,-,,, .,,,,, Zachary,- department 3,command 3,command-
- 3,command- PAP FY Group To Hold .,-p,-,'-- ,,-,,,,, or. mducted the ceremony;,, .,
Grant Fair. Saturday .:----f,A,,,,,,,, I Serving with Holmes win be
A grand felt- of the:, PAFIry Walter Christiansen Jr.', tenter
Youth, Group One-will be bled sa. vice commander; Henry R. Chen Chenturday
turday Chenturday evening ,front 'I, to' Il and evert,' quartermaster; James R.
morning at xha tommusi. Schaller; judge advocate; -, Joseph
- ty hal of Kol :Shearith Israel, E. Reduga,' truttee, three years,
Thirty-Sixth Street" And,' Aveoida Ambrose Flight, zdjutent; Gerald
- W. MCurdn.service officer; Her.;
Cuba... ,,,,,'4, , --. ,,,
A number, of lprtiMident 'Thus. oldlE.Murtatt atsittant quarteti
inessmea in Panama are spons- master- ,.- 'i z, i ,, , t,
oting the event with eontributionsr '. The junior-tie Commander Will
including thedoor prizes, prices 'pe elected Att the next meeting,
' for winning various gamet, and, Dinner-was "prepared and serv servrefreshments.,
refreshments., servrefreshments., -,',- -, ,,...4. 4 ,J -, ed h'''' Ggr, Rieet", O'er-Van Pelt
. A portion' of' the precietli will end' John James. ,' ,.
So to the school for blind childien. : ' --I ;-----, ', ,-
, .,.., ,,,,,., .,,,,,,,,., ,,.: v,,,,, Itummatio Salo Friday ,
Girl Scout Loaders ,, t, ,,,,,.. .:,,,, At Lutheran Canter '.
, A rummage sale will be
To Meet Temerrew held
' An alit and crafts workshoi fr FridaY, it the Service Center 'of
Girl Scout' leaders will be he1,51 at' the ,Lutheran Iliedeemer -, Church.
Port ,Gulick on tomorrow, int- ...the The, ievin win, start at 7;30 ,cln.
Girl Scout Room, Building ZT.t.--. V. '' ?,.. . -,.. N', ',,, '-',,
' Mrs.. Nataliel Griffin mill in- ..
struct Girl S.,,out A and ,- Brownie v,
. a e :i,
lady' tliners 11 k '-'"
leaders ,and;,,,,prospeetife leaders ,',' ..,: ::,?.,, ,,,, 7,1, ., 1 4
' '''''!. in it full-day session, 8:30 to 1.1:p ,
and '1:00 to 2:30::,., .;; g .- 2 Rat tite i ''' ''
o ery- -- ,,
, My adultInterested in taxing ,, 1, , ,,, ,,,-
the course may-' telephone Mrs. r ' 'let 1' '- .i' if r, 1 !,
-Anthony Barg at' Fort Guhck I
1 romAtuisance -,.'
Christened At St. Mary',
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren,K. -Gerhart of Oam Oamt
t Oamt boa was christened Victoria Kith.
i leen at St. Mane Church in Rai.
i boa. .! ,', ., -,-,, ,,,,
Rev. James ,E. Power officiated
at 'the ceremony., ', ,,t's,:'.,t,,, ,,
, The baby4 grandparents, are
, Mrsl ,Fulvia Arosemena de; Per
, .nandez of Panama and4ohn, El
' ,v Ridge, Jr.;' Of,Balboao x if ,','-, .1-t ;
- Afterrthe ceremon," Mr. t. and
o' Mrs. Gerhart were,,hosts to forty
. guests at a thempagne- and buf buffet
fet buffet luncheo4 at the home of the
maternal grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs., Jog, J. Lukacs of ,Balboaf
, , ', r, ,,, ,., ,
- Visitors At, Pt. Davis -, k
EPS and Mrs. H. A. Ledue -; of
l'Ort bavis have as their house houseguests
guests houseguests Mrs. Isidue'S sister, Miss
'Ursula M. Nina, ,of Portland,
',Maine, and her friend, Miss 'Ma 'Marv:M.
rv:M. 'Marv:M. McDonaugh of SouthiPort SouthiPortland:
land: SouthiPortland: ',,., 4 ,,,, ., ,,-
The visitors plan to 'sPend a few
, days in Panama City before re returning
turning returning to the States. -,
Returns Prom Visit'
Mrs. Franca A, lteldiann has
returned to' her- horne in, Curtodu
after a monthsa visit with relatives
in Costa Rica, She has,, as net
houseguest her,aister-in-law, 'Mrs.
',.', -Q01.,L.OtOill $...lii00.:
:, .,. fi:Oiti..:RP::,:.114:010.0
, The ,Pinamanian-Nerth Amert Amertcan
can Amertcan Association has announced that
, an official first-day -cover stamit
' commemorating ON Lincok Sequi- 1
centennial; and Cooper "IT tt 1;0111
Speech Is available, 's t-
These first tlaY cover stamps' will
be distributed ,,,free to philatelists
; at the PanamanianNorth Ameri AmericRn
cRn AmericRn Association's' Center at Aven Avenida
ida Avenida ,Peru No: 66 peat.the TaStee TaStee,
, TaStee, Freet,-- Via Espana. i
There a limited number- of
these stamps for distribution and
they will be given out on first
come, first served basis.
' The Association, a cultural and
,civie organization,1 is dedicating
itself lo Mtill, prefects including
, concerts,. irt exhibits, -theatrical
Productions and language teaching.
- However,' it is tot confining itself
to 0111V these activities, but is add-'
ing other work to bring PanamR PanamR,
, PanamR, Mans end North American togeth together
er together in mutuat bend of friendship
' and understanding,
, In 4, commemomting' the 1.Ineeln
Seouicentennial the t Association,
, has been able to obtain these
stamps' as a courtesy contribution
t6 Isthmian', Iiiiho are 'temp col col'teeters.
'teeters. col'teeters. , ,,A,
'The emup has emehasixee that
, this eollecter's item for phfiatelists
Is limited. ' ' -t
Protection, From The ''' MRITATION
to' di. absorbent -.:
I and retresbing powder
, ethos, effsetiveness lasts
,i' Wager boosoMo It tenderly
Is) 'flings to baby's delimits
,tott skin. Does rsit-:, r,
- 0: V Talcum, x'
" I44 -01EXANIf
People's has '; branded
the recent SEATO :meet :meeting
ing :meeting in New Zealand As i's' sinister
meetilig to sgpsvste tension '.ta
RoWdy' Minds! 'It's' time once
again to take a look at CH& it;rra,,
duation is getting gloser, and the
seniors just can't wait..To be ev.
act,' there are only seven weak
left,- and, that's not long.8, Thera
are still quite a -few -activitiat
ne Student; Association- .v01
elect its officers for 'next year On
' Tke following are the candidates
for- the various offices:, for, pre preeident,
eident, preeident, Jim Will, Darce Rause, and
Jim McGloin;) for ;vice presnitnt,
Sharon McElhone, Gary' Irving,
and Mike Metcalf; ;for secretarY,
Paul Leignadier, Emily Bearn, and
Ruby Rail; for treasurer, Mau.
rice Belanger, Frank ;McLeod, and
JOlin Page; for assistant treasurer,
Warren, Marquard, Molly, Engelke,
end Tom, Billisod. The BA; of next
year can look forward tO some
National Music Week will be,
from laity 3-9, and the'CHS Nand,
under the direction., of 0, E.
I Jorstacl, wilj give a ImuSie prn,
! gram one day that week,
, John Wainio and Louis Martin
, will do a trumpet duet called
"Pale Polka" by George Renard,
, A clarinet ttio- wit consist of Ge,
' ,rarde 'De Tore, Carol 'Agee, and
, Beth Bialkowski. The band. ahould
present s geod program.
,Tomorrow the "21" Club Of
tobal,High, will present' ow aSSeth
bly 'progrim ',featUring Mei dd.
ferent -latic American countries.
Awards,for the best assays Will be
presented at, -the, Rotary Club
Luncheon' tomorrow also.
! ,,,The, sophomore ,class Wiii pre.
! sent an ,auembly ,,, nest Monday
The-tilenie of Ills program will be
,"Outer SPeevi." Speeches will be
given b7.Jsmes Roseman, "The
nlverse ', Pat Dockery, "Missies":
, Veronica liennerhasett, "The
first ,space trip"t r and Sharon
Cooper,. tile trainlig, for this
first trip". George Cotton, .,,,,class
- pregenlerv at, ,,1116,', Antall
, PARIS, Maine (DPI). A sub& LunehposAomerrale also.
stance considered a "htiisatice7ii ,,The, sophomore class Wilt pre pres
s pres mica mine here ives-tesieci,' et sent ',an--auembly -,- neat Monday
the insistence ,Of twe,,vomen Ana TntAllettit of the program will be
found to be: a-rare mineral useful ,"Outer SPecvi." Speechervill,, be
in 'thermo-nuclear ,restarch ,,,,,,,-,---, given by:Js met Boseman, "The V V:
: V: Dr. ..Willis Thompson of niverse.', Pat Dockery, "Missies":
portlanit, owner of:the Z. C. Min- Veronica Ilennerhasett,
ing Co., said tday, lie,- believed first ,space Arip"t and Sharon
the deposit of cesium ore may cooper; time trainfrig for this
turn out to ,be the ;largest ih the first trip". George Cotton, -Alan
world, , president, will open 'the prOgram,
,I, The (mix other; major kniiwn, de- nth Lyle ltOUSiA 1100,001911: class
:0054 ge t et, Mout tof1Vba, snonsor, it directing the
where Napoleon was exiled. The dy., :
Russians control' these mitlea , ,,
der a postwar agreement r, copeeraiog 'the Jeiticel-Sinior
0,nlY last week the IA -Alitihee ?Mat be held May it; the
laboratory', of, ,the'', Atomic,: Enern menue balrei all bee eonipleted,-
Commission announced use Of ion- and the, plans -,lor, decorations are
!zed cesium gas, to convert ,,nuele- approved-. - ,,
ar energy into electricity,1 The atoile, wni7hold Its annual
Ihompson,-, 'a, former, consulting Awards Ball 'MeV- 13,' at the Coco
engineer for the ABC,'isid, he be- Solo Breakers ,ClittiC, from' p
Ileved, the' ore would, bel-ilp,,to 41 to 11 p.m.,. Thelhenie of the hell
per ,eenz- s,highet' pure', cesium'. la,"Cadet,Capide,,,,
Though the Current rate of lie The .big Interscholastic sport
ore is Over '24 trativ, whit re- comlng up 'basketball, -end the
duced to, pure menta4, the denund first IsMe for, the Tigers will, be befor
for befor it. is small. ," against Balboa April 31. The ,Tu,
The deposit was found hy "Reel- nior Varsity and the ,Varsity will
dent" in mica mine -by thomp- play., and the game will ,,, start
son's wileellazel, and Mrs. Lillian around 7, a.m. at the Margarita
Perhana,,,wife of widely known Gym.',,,'They 'will also play Junior
geologist Stanley, ,L Perham,. ,Who College,- April 23 at Margarita. :
works with- Thomlison.,,,ih ' Coach 'Moser thinks the team is
The two women,,using instru- inexperienced in many waYs buy
Men& which buzzes -wheh neer should be able' to have good
metal, showed ,that the finkleb ore $011$0114 Within; member to :the
hind' in 'the mine 'was ,m6re than, varsity will be John Boseman, at
a "nuisance.", As result of their guard; ''' Keith Kulig and Donald
find the ore 'Oiai nitintd flumPhrey,"' who bothetlay the fo-1
combination,,, pm women's' ward position; 'end ther Hugo
first 'names, . ; Tompkins, or Bill We gle playing
, the ..center'..positon. Also at the
,, ,,, ,1,,z. ,,1 ,-.,,.. ,,, the...center' positon. Al-so at the
', guard posMon Is im ROI i
' and Jo C k 1 le e
OthersiTai-StOge Other members of the team in.
, ,. ,, elude Am and Bill Win, and Ed EdCalypso'
Calypso' EdCalypso' l'Sitigilwnk' die Donahue,' John Bowman is
,,,,. ,,-,., . ,.,,,, .;, ,,-.,, .1 in ,,,,,,,, ,,,,'; the only letterman returninglroth
'I, Lord 'Cobra,,,Loird Mellidr. 1,014 last Year's team, ,, , ,, '.
MurroW and several other calypso 'IDS Junior Varsity., looks gdod.
psi, Team members wre- as follows:
JOhn Wainio, Jon,hteGoff, Walter
singers win compete fottash
ell tomorrow :night during 'it latyp.
so contest at the Itent,',,,eticktall kihn" Wolof. Joe McGoff,,Walter
loutge it was announced today ,-, Kleefkioll Keith 3Kinway;'' (lur (lurks
ks (lurks Bath,, Charles Arrington, Rohn
s The contest is scheduled ,th get,
Larry Wilder. ,r, '
Cronan, Leonard Hakelion,' end
under, will llt 10 riall'...,.
,, Good tuck' to "the Varsiti:, and
vianca s' m ,,,:,. the Junior Varsity. , ,'
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Inly -. ,:,, ,' 1100 however r the' ,sky -,'" 'cleartd
7.stivT,I.A1.111..0, .,.,..,itipii.,;:,,,..:66m'?iit-un.;;Idit and '' the 'fly-jolt ,, took 'platt,"' the
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man and jot nature 'that eleared
the' elouda over Mose. duing the
October revolution anniversary pa.
ride in 1052-4
-4 It, said that to Imople,Isthmd
in Red Square 'It seemed tin.
likely' that the &last would take
place Aince' the weather' was not
really suitable, tor flying. 4
''"As the hands of the clock of
the Spassky Tower: approached
1100 (11., cm.),' ,however, the
sky cleared' and the tlysast toon
Di0C0 the radio sal&
l'No -one suspected bet thlt
change of weather was prepared t6
order. But a special squadron ot
'cloud chasing' &Wendt had been
at work on the approaches Ao
MOSCOW. ' 0:
B ROADWAT SULLITIN BOARD
- ;. ,;
Greta Thyssen, the Miss Den;
mark of 1951 who migrated to the
U.S.A. and became one of the most
photographed e the deep decolle decolletags
tags decolletags dolls, has given her heart to
lad. several years, her junior.,
Some chums even believe she maY
be a secret bride. Her first hus husband
band husband is dead. .Bob Hope ia
Mg out 3,000 letters of thanks to
admireri aliever the country- who
wrote him cheering messages dur durint
int durint the crisis over hit eye ail ailment
ment ailment Some of the fans offered
the comedian their own eyes.
Sheree North, now the wife of Dr.
Grhardt Sommer,'f, wilt present
the-professor with an heir in the
.Our government's Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence reports on Cuba's Iridel Cas Castro
tro Castro go back to the 41940s ,-, and
aren't very pretti. They list him
as a Communist and
The trouble betweew Anna Marla
Alberghetti and $nCe d d y
Bregmanwhich resulted with a
cancelling of the, wedding plans
--may have been Ignited by his
attentions to a former flame (ve (very
ry (very cute, musically hip and sexy)
who visited California,recently.
Alfons Conreid has been offered
the role of Merini the Magician in
the upcoming Lerner-Loew music musical,
al, musical, "Jenny Kiss'd me.'
The singing ex-wife of a well wellkdown
kdown wellkdown jazz musician did some of
her most impressive vocalizing
after being picked up ,en a varco varcotics
tics varcotics charge some days 'ago. She
rattled off many a nom promi prominent
nent prominent in 102, and several have been
visited by gendarmes 4 in search
of dope. .At Walt Disney'e re request,
quest, request, Steve Allen,hts written, .1y.
ries to the theme from 'Sleepmg
Beauty". Although there's been
no official announcement of the
betrothal- of Henrietta Dirks to
the Marquess of Tavistokk, it'S all
over Paris that, Balmain is Mak Making
ing Making the wedding tiress.'..Now ithat
Robert Gist has the divorce from
actress' Agnes Moorehead. I n t
mates expect ltim to waits down
the aisle with a wealthy Cana CanaIdiot
Idiot CanaIdiot belle. Jacquie Mickles.
'Maude. Gostield, tht,"Doberman"
of the 'Sgl. Billto'l show, had the
thrill of his Career at.Bruno's 'Pen
and Pencil the other night: Mar
lne Dietrich asked him' for -big
autograph for,. one of her greed greedchildren.
1Cannonball Adderljt, The brilliant
jazz saxophonist; is out of the hos hosnital
nital hosnital fiftec a serlet of mod! Co 1
tests-fit as can be, 'the dottort
Sin although jt yes feared to was
meriously aide Add Rolynake This
jov complete, his newa album,
'Things Are ,Getting Better,' is
April 14, ialPI)
Mount ,Asama, roughly aft
miles nOrthwest of here, explo&
ed with all iCs volcanic fury tOday-
showering pates its far
away as Tokyo.
Reports retching Tokyd said
the volcano, which .truuted a about
bout about 8:30, p.M., sent smoke and
ashes aa high as 23,000 ft.
'rhe volcano wa still smoking
as of 11 p.m., the. yeports said,
but the rumbling which first'
followed the eruption lasted for
No injuries were reported and
no One was rePorted in danger
though several minor orest tires
bad been startecL,
The Kvodo News Agency' re reported
ported reported that pebbles "u large
as beans", ell on nearbY towns
INDIANAPOLIS,, Ind. (UM
The defense rested in the murder
trial of Mrs. Connie Nicholas after
introducing medical testimony
that her right arm was hurt by
wrenching. an injury she contends
she suffered in a fight with For.
The state also rotted without
calling rebuttal -witnesses, n d
Judge Thomas ,14, Faulconer
recessed the trial until tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning. A July of J2 hus husbands
bands husbands was expected to receivcthe
case around. noon 'that day.
The defense also offered evi evidence
dence evidence that Mrs., Nicholas, tried to
kill herself soon iatler Teel
was shot to death la his,white Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac with a little French gun the
defendant testified she took along
the night of the slaying as a
"suicide backstop", in cape sleep sleepins
ins sleepins pills failed to kill her beesttse
Tool Jilted bar for younger love.
Three ,doctoes testified ter the
defines, that they believed ,birs.
Nicholas right arm was wrench wrenchsit.,
sit., wrenchsit., Mrs. Nicholas -testified aril.
er that Teel violently twisted her
arm ea she held the 'gun ini her
hand, and that she beard the ym
' Mrs. Nicolas testified earlier
in the trial that she took a loaded
revolver to a rendezvous with
Teti in the shadow of the apart apartmeet
meet apartmeet of his new younger girl with
the idea in mind,. of killing her herself.
self. herself. She said she meant no harm
to Teel Ind did not know she had
shot him, after the, gun went off.
until she awakened in a hospital
several days latv after being re revived
vived revived from a suicide attempt
with sleeping pills.
selling so rapidly Riverside can't
get copies to the disc shops last
enough. Jan Morgan estimates
that Mr Persian Room act, open opening
ing opening late this -month, will cost al almost
most almost $23,000more than an off offBroadway
Broadway offBroadway play.- It involves five
writers, a scenic designer, ward wardrobe!
robe! wardrobe! mistress, stage manager
and a five-week out-of-town try tryout.
out. tryout. Jled.to Lamarr isn't just irk irked
ed irked with her'current but outgoing
husband, the gent from Taxa a.
She's also angry with former
mate John Loder, and may take
Mm to court to set money for the
support of their children, whom
'she says he hasn't seeh in years.
' The Lee Nordness tshow, Art;
USA", at the Coliseum should be
on every art lover's agenda.
Proves you don't really have to
go to Pais to find new talent.
Actor George Grizzard (up for a
Toni Award) is begging the man management
agement management of -"The Disenchanted'
to kt him have a week off to
recuperate in SnoW Hill, N.C. He
WIWI hospitalized :recently with
a stomach ailment ,,, Dolores
Dorn-Heft ,has remained on very
'friendly ,terms with ter ex-spouse
Franchot Tone,t even peeing 'bira
off at airports when the' goes on
tripe. But she dates Bob Taplin Taplinger.
ger. Taplinger. .Producer, Paul Gregory,
who botight a Mansion in the Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood lulls, now finds he's spend spending
ing spending 90 cent of Ills time in New
Two generation a famous
ehow bit family are valiantly tr.!.
ing to prevtmt ,Mom from learn learning
ing learning about the serious illness of one
of her offspring., ,..ks of three
nights ago, Eddie Fisher telephon-,
ed a Chicago buddy to say the
Wedding with Liz Taylor a would
take place in Mexlco.,,,, bra
et Columbia 'Pictures are suffer suffering
ing suffering over the undignified treatment
being given to tourists arriving in
Havana, because the flicker com company
pany company is currently flying artists
and technicians down to Cuba
for the shooting of "Our Man in
Ilaiana,, and it's not easy to
land on the Island without hav having
ing having your clothee taken off by the
chaps with the beards.
''Ever since, that doorlized post postcard
card postcard bearirtg the words and 'music
to, "Temboy' ,trashed th Perry
Como request spot, ,th croorrr's
- has beet! getting weirder
and 'weirder. A rolled-upbedsheet
is the latest masterpiece to arrive
for Perry's consideratin. Unfurled,
it 'measure larger than a vod vodsized
sized vodsized wall and bears, in exquisite
embroidery and felt apnlige the
words. And' music to another ama amateur
teur amateur effort. , ,
o6no.tekhes 'Slitoke, Ashes
o Injuries Reported
as well, u the ashes.
,The fall of uhes over 'rolcyo
started shortly after 10 p.m.
and lasted about 40 minutes.
Otartled Tokyo citizens watch'-
d as ashes whitened car tops.
Mt. Asama is about 10 miles
north of the famous resort city
of Karuizawas where Cr o VI n
Prince Akthito first met Crown
Princess Michiko. It is a popu popular
lar popular resort also tor foreign dip diplomats
lomats diplomats and other from over.
The volcano bi 8137 feet high.
The I eruption, tonight wu the
largest for the voldam since it
sent 'up fire and- smoke last 1
Police said that no casualties
were expected from tOnights'
explosion because' the erunkion
had been expected. ''
Connie Nicholas Trial Rea y For Jury
tomorrow As Defense, State Rest Case
Judge Thomas J. Faulconer end
state's and defense attornol
confer on instructions, to be giv given
en given the jurors. 1
, The last 'defense witness was
Dr. Burton Parker, a physician at
General Hospital where Mrs.
Nicholas was taken in a' drug-mduced
coma 19 hours after ',feel
was found dying, his lips sealed
against naming Ms killer,
; Parker testiffed,' as another
physiciain did before him, that he
believed Mrs. Nicholas' injured
left arm was wrenched violently.
Be WU asked,if it person who
'loitered such an injury would be
prevented from driving a ,car
bout three ,
"No," be said, 411, have,' seen
cases where there is 'tittle or no
paralysis right at, thi,etart."
o Parker, testified,A however,' that
Mrs. Nicholaa'sleft:arm was prob.
ably inJured in lying for hours in,
a cramped petition with the arm
beneath., her headriater her sui suicid
cid suicid try.
i,,Prosecuior L Bayt said
whether., the ", state will dem and
death is the electric' chair ice the
petite brunette will not be dis disclosed
closed disclosed until the finals summation.
But he said be felt the state had
proved premeditated murder.
Defense attorney Charlei
Sy m mes said, he ", "confident
of acquittal the state produced
no lurprises." 'I 1
Again on cross -0,, examination, At any tate.
Mrs. Nicholas stubbornly Insisted ka of yittaburg
she never meant to shoot Teel. take it easy t
By- OSWALD 'JACOBY
; Written for NIA Service 4,
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1 Yesterday's hand reminded me
of One played by the late Joseph
Cohan of Wooster,' O., some Z.5
His partner,' John Law, put Joe
in six spades and West was kind
enough to double.. Joe decided
tbat the double mdicated all five
trumps and proceeded. to make
West eat but one of them.
He started proceedings by
cashing all the side suit aces and
kingi, winding up in dummy. He
rutted a heart small and when
West had to follow to that trick
Joe Wal homek,
He trumped a diamond in dum dummy,
my, dummy, led a fourth heart and ruffed
with the ace of trumps. By this
time West was down to his filt
trumps and had to play one of
them on Joe's ace.
Now Joe led another diamond
and West chose to ruff with the
jack. Joe overtrumped with dum dummy's
my's dummy's king, led dummy's last heart
and, ruffed with his ten spot,
West won this trick with his
queen, but had to let dummy
make the, last tw4 tricks with the
nine and seven. 0
QTho bidding has beenr
South 4 West North East
14, ,1 V, 44 Pass
2 alt Pass 0, 2 NA.; Pass
3 Pass XT. Psss
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diblEll3 "32 AS? SKIISIS
What do you do? .4
46-Pass. You donl lilts throe
so-trump but snythillit obo looks
, 'ToD Ars cluternom
West doubies and $,OOr liartner!
and East passes. What do 1,05s do'
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' IE. JOHN HRUSKA
Trading a Navy uniform for mut mutII
II mutII this week, Navy Chief Yeoman
E. John Hruska "mustered out" On
20 years' service.
The tough-talking,, easy-smiling
chief, dropped anchor on a career
that be began as a fireman shovel shoveling
ing shoveling coal on the old 'four-piper de destroyer
stroyer destroyer USS Geo,rge E. Badger in
Seven years. and several, ships
later, Itruska had a frontrow seat
et the entry of another agethe
nuclear bomb tests at Bikini. He
watched the third blast of those
historic tests go off on his birthday
on July 25, 1946,'
Up front at- a 'different show,
Hruka rode the destroyer USS Du DuPont
Pont DuPont in the Battle of the Atlantic
during World War II;
The DuPont escorted Convoys on
the Murmansk roue to Russia ear early
ly early in the war and later hunted
down German mil the
French' and African coasts.
In milder times' tlie chief 'has
been to the Arctic Circle, worked
as Navy liaison representative In
the Capitol Building in Washington,
and was the first enlisted man to
serve a srecorder on a Navy phyd phydcal
cal phydcal disability retirement board. '-
For the last three years he has
been on the headquarters! daft of
the 15th Naval District.
,,,Who was the greatest person be
met in his 20 years of pervice?
,"James 'Forrestal," he replied.
111 believe he was the greatest sec secretary
retary secretary of the Navy,that the Navy
ever had; He was ,considerate of
the enlisted meg as well ss the of officers."
ficers." officers." 7
',What about the future
"Well, I hops to get a job on the
Zone and stay here." 4 t.
At any tate: Navy Veteran Hrus Hruska
ka Hruska of ,Pittaburgh pa" la going to
take it easy,
will be old stuff to husbands, But
the Army reported yesterday that
it costs almost 50 per cent more
to clothe a womakthan it does a
The 'figures were 'included in,
breakdown submitted to a House
appropriations subcommittee by
the Army in Justification of clo clothing
thing clothing allowances for inlisted wo women
men women and men in its new fiscal
The women get a $232.36 allow allowance.
ance. allowance. The figure for men was
King Not Pnnce
Wed Pretty Italian
BRUSSELS (UPI)Belgians re rejoiced
joiced rejoiced today at the engagement
of 25-year-old Prince Albert to
Italian Princess Pada Ruff di
Calabria. But they could tot con conceal
ceal conceal the fact they wished it had
been King Baudouin butes&
Baudouin, three years senior to
Albert, is still a bachelor despite
wishful public linking of his name
with a host of Etrope's eligible
princesses. , -
At work and in cafes tOday the
Belgians 'were saying in died,
"We wish the king would tshow
some interest in racing care
This WIS'I refexence to Albert's
visit to Rome three months ago
to buy a racing car. Wpile there
he fell in love with PrInCeSS
, At 21 she looks like young
Ingrid Bergman with blonde hair
and blue eyes and a Nadia pro profile.
file. profile. Albert, the son of Swedish 'Prin 'Princess
cess 'Princess Astrid, is a tall, handsnme
six-footer-who divides his time be between
tween between sea duty with the Belgian
navY, racing 'in high powered
sports cars And ,
cristobal Gray 'Ladles '
, Red Cross Gray Ladies of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal will Ineef tomorrow morn.
ing at 9:30 at the Coo Bolo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital Red Cross Building.
,,Altilty,Temple "1394 11.P.O.E.
will hold a -regular meeting at the
evening at 7:30:'All members are
urged to attend the important
LEAVE FOR MOSCOW
, COPENHAGEN LUPO A
Danish trade delegation will leave
here for Moscow April 20 lot tante
with Soviet authoritlen on mutual
trade relations between the two
One Item boostrng the'gars
ly was the lingerie department..
The Army, modestly enough,
ed this item only as "undergar
ments"and gave no break-down;
But it gives the girls $30 forlich
unmentionables. 4q 4qThe
The 4qThe men get 39.80 '11,drrw:,
ers, men's, thingh length, condo,
white" and "undershirts, men'St
cotton, quarter length sleeyesa
The ladies also get sa extra 13,
for "brown-obiong, snap hsteiter!!
hand bag; 0.73 for overshoes me
stead of Combat boots and 312 id
a little shoe variety, "pumps.", 1-1,
Altogether, the enlisted worsaW
gets an allowance' for 34
Her male counterpart, 30.
Turning to hats, the men get
$8.30 for five garrison, service
and utility caps-includint K4C1
for One W001 serge service caps :
The ladies get $6.75 for four garl
rison caps and an additional Silk
for a wool serge taupe servic0
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.. I and 'refreshing Powder , Aa the bands of the clock of in the trial that she took a loaded petite brunette will not be dia- .lames ',Forrestal,' he rePte. c .,,, e. , ,, . .,,
1 ., whose effectiveness lasts ., the Spassky J, Tower: approached revolver to ., a rendezvous with closed until the finals summation. 71 believethe was the grteatest sec- Lent', ,Ketati atOre , ''
' 'Alik 1 l' Wager beeatiOo it tenderly A, 1100 (11,, a.m.),. however, the Teel in the shadow of the apart But he said be felt the state bad retary of he Navy,tba the Navy ,,
1 i. ,tfi z 44 i ''31ings te baby's delicate ,, sky cleared' and the flypast tooit meet of his new younger girl with proved premeditated murder. ever had: Ile was ,eonsiderate of ,,, ,, ,I., ,
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k N1' 1 I '',',(,) MEDICATED POWDER,' ,,. at work on the approaches to vived from a suicide attempt Mrs. Nicholas stubbornly Insisted ka of,Pittaburgh. Pao is going to ). .'t 1.---' --- ------"-- 7- ,-- ,,
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- ,,'"' 1 BIR FORCE MEN AND WrvE3 ARE PNTERTAINED ...-;" i 811,0ADwAT SULLITIN 'GARD,'" selling so rapt Riverside can't
, ,' 4 -'6 -,, ' 6,-- - -.., - -' ,,, 6 ,,, ,, --,,, a.; - ' get copies to the disc shops last
.i",- 'AT GOLF OUTING AT PUERTO ARMUELLES .' '" -, ,,;:t, '.. 4-',1. -,' e 6 ,i6 ' '' -6,'
, --- -!,-' Officials of the Chiriqui lAnd Company were hoots to a group '-,.: -1
, !ger -- mark of 1951 who migrated to the that Mr Persian Room act,' open
- geri t-, U S.A nd be of the most frig late this -month,' will cost al-
, of -U.S. Air Force personnel and their 'wives Saturday,' at Puerto . . a um one
lane the tacitly spent the day .'''. ,- ,,- ,...,,, '. .. ,.,,
t:: Armnelles. After thdr arri:rel hY ,P ,.. ,, ,,,--, ,, :.. -,.,.....,,-.,,,. ..,-, : ,
en tho golf course...a'. ,,, ., : .--, -,--a,.----., ,-, 6 , .4. g ,. 1111 organ esUmates
..,........,. ,- ,, Greta Thyssen,- the Miss Den; enou h. J M
t $25 000-more than an 'a off off,...,
,..., off,..., ...,.... ,,, ....t,,,,..,,,, is., photographed of the- deep decollo mos , ,
tags dolls, has given her heart to Broadway play.- -It involves five
'' ) .' The group included, Col, and Mrs.. Arthur P. Burr: 14 Col. lad, several years, her junior. writera,' a scenic designer, Ward Ward.
. Ward. a '6 .--,' and' Ma. Claude Babb; Mat 'and Mrs; Paul Musgrave,' Capt. and a urnin rio
' g Some chums even believe she maY rebel mistross,,, stage manager
4;4' mr. william A.-, man Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Murphy, Mr.' and Mts. ,-,,-;,-., -,,,,,-,, :.--,,, ,...,,...,,,:,,, 7
- , .. ,, ,, be a secret bride. Her' first hus- and a 'five-week old-of-town try'',''',-
band is dead.'., Bob Hope ta mail- out... .Heste Lamarr isn't just irk irked
ed irked ivith her 'current but outgoing
, Paul J. Moran, Mr. and Mrs.' William Sullivon Me- end Mrs- Bane -.I ;.-,,a'''.':' "" -' -- 6,.. '''''''.'. '- --",...,: ing out 3,000 letters of thanks a to
,-,.:, Boat, ptre and ,mrs. westey Kennedy..., Mr..:and-Mrs .iti,,: Ritter.- ,,t I, r. : -.,... .6,-; ,:-: : . , !-a; ,''... ,-; ,,.2 admireri allever the country- who husband, the gent from T a x a a.
'' ,'It" I a '.-.".'7' '..... ''' 'SI'''. fr'. l': ''''' ;';''.'L :: ''T :"."'"....' '''' ''''''' ''''''' k ft ' i .''. ty IDS SLAIR ; wrote him cheering menages dur- She's ,also angry- with f o r m e r
'' ' ' '' '' '1 ' ''''' Carlos liL"--- CaMpOe-,',Iimenei 611 ',;'n- owd---'' '', ''',-) ";- '' ''
' : Cid; eitellArit Odle, r''' 7.' '!----- .:',' -: - ing-the -crisis ever., hit -.eye ail- mate John Loder, and may take
, 7 Minus! It's' time. -once matt Some of the", fans offered him to court to get money for the
-, Return To States ,,, 4. 'a Stt17' gins: ,! 1 '1 ."-., 6' 4,...t. again to 'take a look' at CHS. II;rra- the. comedian ,theirown eyes-,, suPPort of their children, whom
.-.' - Col. '-(ret.) andlitn.' Vai'Dike ,,,, a ,.,,, -.. ...-.-.,
;4, ,' ;,-.4.. -,-., duation is' getting closer, and the Sheree North,- now tbe wife of Dr. the says he hasn't eeen in years.
i,, Gals departed. thelstbnius Sm. Clash" V4PW' .... -I' ,,..,'-,-,,!; ,t-,--, seniors-just can't wait,,,To be- ex. Grhardt ,, sommer,ta, will ,,preSent '''' -4-, ''' ''',' --4-4 '' '
it': --. day.:7"aboard the' USNS Gibbint to !Meads New Officers' ,
',.',, t,' .,. act,',there ere only 'seven weeks the-professor with Can heir in the 'I'M Lei Nordness tshow, 'Art;
t return In their,. home In 144). !!t,n11 4
,,, ed ,Holme,,s war mimeo post left,- and, that's not long.4, There FAIL :Our government's intelli- USA", at the ,Coliseum should be
Motmtaln., Tenn., ,6:- '.a, ,' ',- - -, .. commander of Panama, Cana
Posts I - I are still none a -few -activities Irene report on Cuba's Fidel Cas- On every art lover's agenda. ,4
of Cristobal,,,':,Veterans of ', .4 ,. ,, : , -
- They, have been L'houtegitests Of kft - 44,4 ,, -- ,., i ,-. tro go back
b. , Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Ridgely Gaither Forel
Ins.-Wan, in se installation '. ' -" ',- .to -,- the 4 1940a -'6' and Proves you don't- really have to ''
a ,,,, The Student, Association, ,,awill aren't very prett.They Itst Litho go to Pais to find new talenL ... 1
ceremony, last 'week. 4,, R lph' W
E-,- for the past two weelts..a '7; spia,,-4,-; elect its officers for next year 'en as a Communist laid e -killer.- Actor George Grizzard lup for a
ai 4 -- ,., ,,,,......,-,,,,, ,-,,, .,,,,,,- Zachary,- department ,,commanll Amsil 30. , ., ,,.
,--,;:.. er, emducted the ,ceremon7;,.;... ,, 77,-, ', a'. :-,-,,, '. ', a.' The trouble between-,Anna Marla Toni Award) is-begging the ,man-
',Lk PAP VP Greup TO Hold 26,-'-'- -,.-.4--, ,-- -,4'" Alberghetti and Ft Ince to d d y gement of '44The Disenchanted' t
I Serving with Holmes-win .!' be ' ' '
r Grand Fair. Saturday ,;..-,-,.6,,,,,,,, - The following are the candidates Bregman--which-,resulted with a to, kt him have a week off to t
' A grand feir.,of, the ,-, PAFIty Walter Christiinsea ,' Jr.', Senior
....- Youth, Group One,will be bled sa- vice eom for- the various offices- for a pre cancelling of tho, wedding plans recuperate in SnOW Hill, ,N.C. He t
mender He R Che '' -
evert,"' quartermaster; a
0- F7 '''-- n eident, Jim Viill, Dares House, and --may a have, been Ignited by, Ids WIWI kOsPitalleed'--rerentlY with 1
..- turday L evening ,from' 'II, to 11 'end
morning at xha, tomniout Schalleri- judge advocate; -,, Joseph
lime- R. Jim McGloin;) for ,viee presidtat, attentions to a former, fitme (ye- a stomach ailment. , .- Dolores
l' Sunday E.' Redu a trultee three
- ty hall, of -KolShearitb Israel, . g t. , ye L
ar Sharon McElhone, Gaty',L,,lxving, ry" cute, muSleally' hip. land sexy) Porn-Heft has remained,. on very
d d enu Mike Metcalf; -for, secretary, who visited Californie,recently. friendlY ,terms -with. ter ex-spouse s
71 Thirty-Sixth Street',andz;'Aveolda AMDreSe Flight, sdjutent; era!
- ,,, , W MCurd -.lel' i Paul Leignadier, Emily Ream and -.Hint Conreid has bees offerei Franchot ,Tone,t, even peeing 'bira
,a Cubs... ,, ,, --',:-', -6, .,,.'''', y , .. 7,-- v ce officer; Hoir--
Ruby- Hall. for treesurer ,-- Hsu- the role of Merini the Magician in off st sirVorts when t he '' goes '' on 1
numi)ei: or ,,);',rojil,ident mut. old 1 BeMilrrilit,a aSsittant quirter4.
inessmen in Panama are goons goonsoting
oting goonsoting the veld with contributions
including thedoor prizes, print master. .. -, i ..,
The Junior-vice Commander Will
be elected at the next meeting.,
rice Belanier Frank McL;Od, and the' Upcoming Leriter.Loew,musie- tripe. But she dates Bob Taplin- .1
t' Joan pege, fair assistant treasurer al, "Jenny Kiss'd me I .- , ger.i. .Producer-' Paul- Gregory,
Warren, Marquard Molly' Engelke', --
and Tom, Billison 'The SA; of next - ......-... .., --i '. who botight a mansion in the Rol- 1
The 'singing ex-wile of a '. well- lywood lulls, now finds hese 'spend- v
.4 for winning various gamet, and Dmnerwaseprepared' and serv served.
ed. served. by, Guy -: itte,, vrervad Felt fires. artifin .100h. fOrw,Ord,',,,,,t0 a', s,ome known Jan musician did 'some -of ing 90- cent of -bit time kl;,, New t
' 1 refresitmente.,1--- 6..,,,,,,--,-,",,-, -,,,-.".'-', .' .: no- cert., 4,;,,,,,,- .., her most impressive-,, vocalizing Yo .. ,, ,.,,,
'-' A L portion '. of the proceeds will end' 110bn Jaints. L., ,,,, -, I
. ,--,' a '6'4 '-, after being picked up ,on stereo- -,,, .'- -----J-6-6-,-e-or ---- t
go tothe school for, band children it:4- ,s -,:, . National. Music Week will be tics charto some days ago. She Two 'generation I famous
, , i 4,,a ,,. ummars ale, Friday ,, from 'may 3.0, and the'CHS Band, rattled 0 I manY a -nam ,' pront, 'bow bit family are valitntir trY- I
. ---..a ,- -0,---,- ,,,-, ,, At Luthorin ;mow:,
r Girl Scout Leaden :,,,t,,,, a-- i',,,,,,,,,,- A ,, under the direction., bf ',O. ,, E. nent in 102, and several have been ing to -prevtmt Mom, from A earn- i
1- To Meat Tomorrow -' 1 ruminage sale will be held Jorstack will 'give a Inutile ,,, pro- visited by gendarmes' In ,- search lag about the serious illness of one 1
KridaY,' st ,- the '' Se.rviett "Center of gram one day that week, ,, of dope. At welt Disney's re. of her offspring., -.At of three I
1 ,. An artt and ,trafts workihmi 'for
',,,' Girl Scout., leaders, will be held at' we A.,,utkerso itedeemer ,, church. ,.,Joho- Wainio and- I,ouis ,marde quest, stave Allen,hes written ,17. nights ago, Eddie' Fisher telephon.
i Fort Gulick on 'tomorrow, by, r,the The, Or.ent will, Start at ,I;30 ;Ion, will door-trumpet 4 duet '' called rics to the theme from 'Sleepmg ed a Chicago, buddy to say 'the ;
- Girl Scout' Room,' Building, 21L.,-,,, v.,' 6,, ..' ,..,'' -, , ',' ,,,,,' ',Tale Polka" by George Barnard BeatitY", ,--.Although there's been Wedding 'with Liz Tiy,lor?, would t
Mrs, Natalls-., Griffin L mill -, in. asami iii ,,-.,, A -clarinet trio, Wit consist of Ge- no- officitl. announcement of the take place in MexicoAa.Tbe bra r
Y HUI3 I, d e
,,. atroes Girl 4.ictut-A and,',- Brownie -'' rarde .DeTore Ceel,'Aget, ".- and net:raker of Henrietta,- Tiarba ',, to et Columbia .Pictures are suffer-
t leaders ancLaLprospettife -.leaders "6 66"-:" -.,,, :,:,,--,;,,,, ,.., 7,1,..., ,. ,, ,- Beth Bialkonski.' Th band. thould the Marquess ,of Tavistoek. it's all ing over the uodignified treatmeot
' '4' in I foll-daY sesslun1k 8:3 ttl I" ittt'tite - '.. ',. ,, present it stood program... ,- over Paris that, Delman is Oak- being given to tourists arriving in
, and-14:00 to -2:30:,:- ', 4 ,-. a ., ,.. .,6, Temonin the 41,11!, Club bf Cris- ing the wedding drese.'..NowIthat Ilavana, because the flicker com-
,-. My, adult" beterested .1n- taxing ..,. I, ,,, ? -, ,,,,, ,,,;, - tobal-Higliwill.presedf are assem
Robert Gist has the divorce from pany is currently flying '-artists
' '.....- the course may,'..- telephone ',. Mrs. 111 l'' '' '' '' ,!'-, '''' 1 WY' 1.11rogram' feattirieg', the I-4,,, dif- actress'Agnes Moorehead. I n t I- and technicians : down to, Cuba
-Anthony .- Bard,- at Fort Gubck
fro r -.
mAtuisance .. .,,..., ferent,LitlicAmerican countries, mates expect, him- to waltz' dowo for the ,shooting of "Our' Man in
: .., 833Q. ..,', f ...). ,.-,- : ., , ,, ,,,,, .1 .,.-,, ,,:,,,.., ,,,,,1 .,... ... I Awerdolor the best assas Will be tho aisle with a wealthy Cana. Ilaiana,' -and it's not easy to
-,' "' ' '---i- '6'''' 1 6 PAR, S- Iii''''' II ' '''
,, I Ma e ( I'D' -r- A sub, I,
; "-", oresente&-st,,,,the.' Rotary ,, club dien belle. Jacquie Mickles, land tin thoisland without hav
,,-Gerhart 'Daughter"- uncheoOlomerroW- also '' Maude. Gostield, the"Doberman" int 'your clothet taken off by the
' stan e 'considered "40 .1 e e" it ' '' - ' g
, ''.." Christened nu Ste,hilaryst ,..-, ,' 1 I ,- --ursa-e t,,,-- .:The sophomore ,,,elass will pre. of ,the Sgt. Billio"L how,' had the chaps ,with the beards.
I a. The infant daughterOf Mr and Therninsid
.ca,, mine her iv 1- testeg, 4t
0 a a ,, sent,,,an auembly -next ',', Monday thrill of his Career at.Bruno's.Pen .,' ,, ,64,,,,,I,I :',;;,'-,,---,.: -4, ,,,' ,,,
..s. Mrs, Warren.K.--Gerhart of Osm- --nce' Id two,'weMen Ana The,titeMe of the program wilt be And :Pencil the other-Intlit: Mar ','Eveiolnce, that doorillied post-
fouthd to be: taxare ,thinetat useful.
I a. t 'boa was christened Victoria Kith, "Outer 'Snitevt" Speeches-1011,k be lent' Dietrich asked him"- for' -his card bearirtg the words and 'music
; i' : leen at St;' Manes,Church -in Bal. ertno-nuclear ,research.'4,,,,,;-' given by:Jtmes Boatman, '"Tbe u. autestraph for one of bee greed- tn "Temboyv,trashed th Perry
, 3 ",-.' boa.' -, ', ,,,, ,,,, ,..,,. ,,,,,, , ,,' Dr.-.1.Fints,, I', -Thompson of piverse",: Pat Dockery, "Missies": children.- -- 1 - a ,, Como request spot, ,th croorpr's
. , ,, ,,,,,, ... ..,,,,,,,',..,,,, r. fortland;,,Lovintr of ,'the' T. C6 1W111' Veronica Ilennerbasett, ,r forhe '''1': ' -"' '' i., --- mail, has been letting weirder
!' Rev.lames -E. Power olliciated in Co..' said' ,t6daya he,,' belleVed first ;space- ,-telp"t '4", Ind '-'' Sharon '1Cannenball Adderly, The brilliant and 'weirder. A rolled.upledsheet .6
, 1 at the, ceremon5"-, ,, ., .., s.....,,, ,,,,, ,v the deposit of cesium ore may cooper; ..110, rramfog
,, for this jazz saxophonist.' Input of the hos- is the latest masterpiece to arrive'
a' turn out to be the lar est in th
.1, : ,, The ,,baby4 ,, grandparents ,-, are ,,,, a S, ti first trip"; ,George Cotton. .
',class Oital lifter a serlet of m e d I Col for, Perry's tionsideratin. Unfurled,' -'
' t';',,,, -, Mrsl-,Fulvii3trosemena de ; per. world, ., -...,.e,,i , A .. president,,WW openithe prbgrfam tests-fit as can be, "'the dot-tort it. 'Measure, larger than - ,'" good-6
..nandez of Panama and,,,iobli.. E
i, The Unix other,' major. kniiwo de-, sot 'wit toush,4,, sephoin sartlithough Byte totted Ile Will sized wall and bears,in exquisite
Olt C U
1 si 4 I
- -- ., Ridge,,Jr.; otBalboa.i, x'ik -',', .1-,- to is on, thd:, Mimi fork Vba. 'sponsor, It directing' the assem. seriously eilinir AllOoillealte ikis' embroidery and felt tpolitm, the
' ,,,,'' Aftecrthe cerenton7," mr. i. and whete Nat:aeon, was. exiled. The ,Iy.,;.- -. ., .., r L , .. le's' complete, -, his nevio album', words- and music:to another ama- ..
- 't4 ., Mrs G It rt W lt ts' to f rt Russian euntrel' these mine lin' ' ,-1 --,,, '' ' ''' "Things Are ,Getting Better,! It teur effort -,-',- - , a ,, ,
, er a ere, os o y
';',-''' guesti ati a "thampagne -.and but. !ler e postwar agreement r, ..p.H! ,, Concerning 'the Jititiml-gnie ''' 'aq-..7"--, -1. '
' fet- luncheon atL the hOme L- of the' r 'Only loet week ,,,the Loe.'Alaiiii4
Prom ':to' be Lra held May ';,' II' th r ' '':'' ' ' '''' 1 ''''
' maternal grandparents, Mr. and laboratory', of the', Atomic EhorilY menuihe'vei, all been emii 11 tede J '6 iii' '' '5'1' k'
.., Mrs.,. Joe, J. Lukacs of Balboa.. Commission announced use Of 1011- and Mellen. -tor clec ti P e 161 can e c es
ap ,,, o o In e Ashes 1
, ore OnS 1111 , ,,,, -..
' ,.,,, ,, , r .. ized cesium' gas, to convert ,,nuele- IPPrOved
:- Visitors' At, Pt; Davis L - -
: ; i ar energy into, electricity.,1 ,,. The ROTC; witilold -its annual C' '' . I
a SPS and ,Mrs ,11. A. i;due -, of '' .TThompson',",''a,,:former,:;-consultbeg Atvards BAB mail 15,' it tit 'C
e oco 11 75' ti.I-'' N I -.' 1
or ,' i 1 es o n d
,,,.,,, :,, ;,,,,, ,,.jur!e,4., ep .
v, ,', -- lbrt birds heye' as their house. finginlee,r,ortbe st,,Ittaid 11, bt folcli. Brititers.,,cittb,-, from' 7,, i m. ', ,. ',.: '
easy amovmucr;,, ,
' overshoes tag s
Dts and 312
for 34 ttemsi
the men get
service caps :
for four gars 1
V9511:1161-, l'.., -', II -- -- - -- -,--;;--- for one viool ierge service caps
Beeleausagageme7t The ladies get 96.75 for four garl , 1
to froisrona cawpsoorsdetagne ataddiupetionaslegrfit.SA. ,, ..
. s . -, v agam to Late I 100K It AID. 'Lorre. tne cometuan ,ineir own gym ,, tr asayinos 6 UL WI.LA 1.41-1AUf Val, VW 'WM 1
soiBcedRUSStodEalsy salt Pthi)--e
r w.,.,..,,. , e.. .. -... &mum is' getting closer, and the Sheree North, now the wife of Dr. 'she says he hasn't seen in years.
off"rieerl- ,-,,,, t- seniors just can't waiL,To be ex. Grhardt Sommer,! will present .'' -s-1' '-',-- ------ : --,-,..--
' - i, act there Ire only seven weeks the-professor with 'an heir in the '' The Lee Nordness tshow, 'Art;
s war named post Yesterday's hand 'remm-den--' me of 25-year-old Prince Albert
Italian Princess Paola Ruffo di hat' '
of 'Panama ana
C 1 lefts' and that's not long., There Fall. .Our government's Intent- USA", at the ,Coliseum should be of One played by th, e late Joseth
el t are still quite a :few -activities gence reports on Cuba's -Fidel Cas- On ' every art lover's agenda agendastob
stob agendastob ve erans of left ., ,,,,,,, ,, ,,, hen of Wooster, O., ...,some -.1
Proves you don't really have to k-o Calabria. But they could tot con- ,,,, sts : ,,,
--', '0, tro co back to ''- the 41940s.-- and
re, in se installation Tit ' - T years back-. -
it 'weekL4, Ralph',,,,Vi. a s 'bi g to P ri t find e t 1 t.
e Student, ,Association-- -will aren t very pretty. They s m 0 a s o n w a en . celth f tth ishdi hd '11:.''''.'
a eac eywet a
' t Jo
His partner,' John Law, pu 2
elect its officers for mit year 'en as a Communist and a killer.--. Actor George Grizzard (up for a been King Baudouin instead.
partment 3.command 1..11 ,A. , ,- , ,... 4 ..', The trouble between, Anna Marla Toni Award) is ,begging the man- in six spades and West was kind Baudouin, three years senior to
I the ceremony.;,,,,,. -Y7,7,7, , , enough to double., Joe decided
- '-'1 '''s -' -' Albergbetti and Ft tu d d y gement of ',"The Disenchanted'
Albert, is still a bachelor despite
th Holmes twin be '' i '''' ' ea ed all five
. The flowing are the candidates Bregman-which resulted with a to Mt, bim have a week off to that the double mill t wishful public linking of bis name
'anse Jr em trumps and proceeded to mate
di n ., I or for- the various offices- for, pre- cancelling of thn wedding plans recuperate in Shoot Hill, MX. He with a host of Etrope's eligible
der; Henry R, Chen- lid b
ent, Jim Will, Dares House, and --may have been Ignited ha h it lized a fib West eat ails but one of them.
y hiss w cisp a men y w princesses. , -. -1- --
rmaster' Jame E He s t a r t e d proceedings by PURER
, 1 Jim MeGloin;) for ,vice presitiont, attentions to a former flame (ye- a stomach ailment ,.., .. -Dolores At work' and in cafes teday the
ge advocate;', J n et.
- otiaron MeElhone, Gary-, frying, ry cute, musically' hip and sexy) Dorn-Heft ,han remained on very cashing all the side stilt aces and Belgians were saying in effect,
ee yeart and Mike Metcalf; ,for secretary, who visited Californie,recently., friendly terms -with, ter ex-spouse kingi, winding up in, dummy. He
- "We wish the king svoidd tshow i
dit, sd)utent; Gera! Paul Leignadier E a E d Han C 'd has bees offerei Franchot Tone,t. even 'geeing 'biro smiled a heart small and when
, m y earti, an I. I onrei some interest 'In racing care
service offiter liar- W st had to follow to that trick '' sttes
s Ruby- Hall; for treasurer, Mau. the role of Merini the Magician in off at airports when the' goes on e This WIS'I reference to -Albert's e-sice4-41;-, : ',
yil aasittant quarter4 ric B 1 F nizmLed dth i L rne Loe music- tripe. But she dates Bob Taplin- Joe was homek,
, i t, e e anger, ra c o an e upcom ng e r w visit to Rome three months ago ,,
' , Joan Psge; for assistant treasurer, al, "Jenny Kiss'd me.' -' -,
vice Commander will ger. i .Producer- Paul' Gregory, He trumped a diamond in aum
, to buy a racing car. Wpile there enlist:113S ''''' '-'
who botight a Mansion in the Hol- my, led a fourth heart and retied e
n fell in lov with rein 1-0- s -
e cess c
the next meeting. Warren, Marquard, Molly Engelk ''
and Tom, Billis 4 The sl' of The singing ex-wife of a well- lywood lulls, now finds he's Spend- with the ace of trumps. By s
o . next tilt Paola.
1"prteared and erv-
t 8 rear can look forward'', le (nome known jazz musician did some of ing 90 cent of -his time in New time West was down to his fit
ite Urev--V P lt At 21 she looks like : a' young
v - - 0 -e- fine officers. i; -,..- her mo t impressive vocalizing York. .. ,' trumps and had to play one of
nes. ,' ,,,, Ingrid Bergman with blonde, hair
. - ,.-,' ------ 4 ', 4 r '' L I, after being picked up -es a varco ,,, '-' ,-, ,-,,,,,si--sisc. ,..----, ,-,-, them on Joe's ace. and blue eyes and a Nadia pro-
. - National Music Week Win be tics charge some days 'ago- She Two 'generation of n famous Now Joe led another diamono 4,11,.. .. ,,
IIst, Friel? from May 3-9, and the-CHS -Nand, rattled off many a -nem promi- show bit family are valiently try. and West chose to ruff with, the '-
Albert, the son of Swedliii Prin Prinuower.
uower. Prinuower. -,, under the direction. ,- Of 0, E- nent in 302, and several have been ing to prevnt liom from learn- jack. Joe overtrumped with dum
cess Astrid, is a tall, handsome RICKER ,-
I! fiale Will, be held Jorstad, will give a 'musk t, pro- visited by gendarmes 4 in search lag about the seripus illness of One my's king, led dummy's last heart six-footer-who divides his time be bee
e bee Service -Center 'of grant one day that Week- of dope. .At Walt Disney's' re- of her offspring., -.As of three and, ruffed with his ten spot, tweeo sea duty with the Belgian
Itedeemer -, Church. -John Waini0 and LOttie Martin quest, Steve Allen hes written ly. nights ago, Eddie Fisher telephon- 'West wen this trick with his. 1 1 h
n , naVY, Tile ng- in b g powered
- start at lt;30 ,,a-M will do a trumpet,' duet called rics -to the theme from 'Sleepmg ed a Chicago buddy to say the queen, but had to let dummy L t. ,,. 1
sports ear eno stung.. -,,, , ,,
, -.. N, ,,, Pals Polka" by George Barnard. Beauty's. .,.A.Ithough there's been Wedding with Liz Tisslor,-;, would make the, last twts tricks with the
I 2 1 .", A clarinet trio- Wil consist of Ge no official announcement of the take placcin Mexico.,.'-.The brat nine and seven. ,, ,,,., , , ,,., , .,....,
ners-naKe ? rarde De -Tore, Carol 'Agee, and betrothal' of Henrietta -Tierks ,, to et Columbia -Pictitres are suffer-- , , : mdetli)ogs'.
:,?,,,,.,,,,,,. ,, ,,,,, Beth Bialitoweld- The band- hook' the Marquess of Tavistoekt lei all ing over the undignified treatment v 19 1 ,, ,: ,,
:- -', .: ,, present it rood Program- over Paris that, Balmain Is Mak- being given to tourists arriving in
1COVert. ' ,, , Tomorrow the "21"- Club Cif Cris- ing the wedding drees...NoW ithat Havana, because the flicker com cristobal Gray Ladle's' ' ''
10'4ICIIRD'Sen,Jedi Red Cross Gray Ladies of Cris.
141 Z 4
' , I I tobaLlligit,w111,-present. en- einem. Robert Gist has the divorce from panY is currently flying artists tobal will ,meet tomorrow morn
' fx, 1 ,,, WY 'program.. featUring Mel' ,, dif actress' Agnes Moorehead. I n t l and technicians down to Cuba
mance 0-The bidding has been?' ing at 9:30 at the Coeo Solo Hos
,,, ferent -,LitiCEmerican countries, mates expect him to waltz down for the 'hoofing of "our Mao in South west North ,, itast pital Red Cross Building.
, ,. ,,, ,, ,,--:-, 1, Awerdnfor the hest assays will be the sisle with a wealthy Cana- Haisna,' and it's not easy to 1 4 -1 IP il 4 Pass ,,i, ,..,. ,
,-,- -...,-. ,. '- presented:Alt, ,,,the.,; Rotary club dien Intle, Jacqule Mickles. ''-- land On the island without hay 2 Pass ,, 2 bi.t. pairs Unity Triple ' .' ' FINER ,
me (Uri) ,-0. A 1nOl Luncheon:tomorrow,- also. ' Mandril Gostield, the,"Doberman" ing 'your clothee taken off by the 3 Pass ..".41s1T Pus .- 1
'WI 44, TAITIPfe'41,40,41A.P.O.E.
ered a ."Ittilsaticeci",ht ,,The, sophomore ,, class Wilt pre. of ,the 'Sgt. Ulm" how; had the chaps with the beards. , 'I , yt; ,, will hold I regular meeting at the FREsfi On aill nITTIVInDe
, here iveuteste ,, et sent -,an,--auembly next Id d thrill of his Career at.Bruno's 'Pen ,' si-s, '',', ,. ',;. -;,,i---,-- ,,, z, , You, Soith, holdfl., Z-i, Parititts:-Lod .04flass-t awe nu WV I UWEW
' on ay , , t, go. omorrow
e Of twn :women sind Th th m
,- , e e e of the program will be Allg renCO tne otner night: Mar '-' Ever since, that doorliied post- AN le 3 'SS ASS 444.1S evening 'at 7:30:'All members are , ...,
s-zare mineral useful ,"Outer SpacW S ech ill b lens' Dietrich asked him'' for Als card bearirtg the words and music What do you do? urged to attend the important CLOVERBLO011 -',
leer research ,,,,' given b ',141 B Pe es' vl '' e inner
, -,,-,,- y mes oseman, "The ri. a aph for, one of her greed. to, "Temboy' ,trashed th Perry 46,-Pass. You don't like three business discussion. I ',--
. F., -Thompson of
,,.,, niverse"; Pat Dockery, "Missies", children- --,- t COMO 'request spot, ,th croorrr's no-tremso but anything ehe looks, ,
oerof 111eiT- ,C6,, In,111,-. Veronica liennerhasett, .- fon- 1, ' -'''. -'' i. --- mail bas been getting weirder worse.- ,,,1
1 tuulY 'nf".' DelleVIKI first space ,trip",f, ,r and shOroo I. Cannonball Adderly, The brilliant and 'weirder. A rolledup bedsheet V. ,
TODAY'S QUESTI le LEAVE FOR MOSCOW ,' BUTTER --,7 -,
of cesium ore may cooper,. 4,Tho trainfrig, for this jazz saxophonist; Is out of the hos Is the -latest masterpiece to arrive ,- t 0 ,,,: ,,
se thoyarge, st ih the first trip". George, Cotton; West doubles an
,oloos ilia lifter a eerie of m e d I na 1 for Terry's consideratiOn. Unfurled, d Yoer partner, COPENHAGEN flIPI) A ' ' ''''' 4 ' t
-: ,r,i ', , president, will opentthe prnir nto and East Oetel What d Vern- a ID
s tests-' fit as can be, 'the doctore it 'measure, larger than a 'Pod- 4-stow?, .. ,,,74,,,,t :4',,,4' ,J.' 7- ---,14: anish tradc,delegation will leave
het' maior knliwe, de' antil Lyle BoushA soPhotnorl ciass saYs although gips feared Ile was sized wall and bears, in exquisite
I here for Moscow April 20 for talks "e' i'''',LJKr: '''''' '''-;
thdt Mimi for-VElbe sponsor, it directing the issems meriously 'Bine Arid Eollnake This embroidery and felt lonliqe, the Amite Totnenew with Soviet authoritlen on mutual 't t 4 a ''''" -. ", '' I
eon- was exiled. The dy., .- ',.,., ,, r jriv complete, his newo album, words. and' tousle to another ama- ,, ' -1' ,
, trade relations 'betiveen the two
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L osaitsl I to Loot.
, JImis til eistergasb, Illafidita, 444 Pviido .1 asi dal f.fi t 4...i.
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, .., .. , ,... ,., ,,,,,., , , will ha old stuff to husbands, But ly was the lingerie ,, department..
, Nd:re 7 it ,D ithtecoArinsts YalmreoPc'strte50d peYerstecrednatYmthoreat ThedsthiltrantlYtemmdoldelytlYastmu"ungdhserghsart ,
i,1,..- :. : .,,..; s, 4 r, ; ,,,,, . i, , ,-.: e,;. .-,,,qp 4, lc s g s .?., : 1 tomscloo. the ,a, womitu lltan it,cloes a ments"--7and gave. no bnak-down;
1 l 4, Ji illi 4 ,.,,,a 4 L4z..;...,- p....--2-0740 lap 2:0741 Iliami; -.1.-oo'-aa Jo ',..a.9-.4., -,-.'
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4.. -, ',. ", - P 4,, o ---- ," ,, al -- ,, 1 1 The 'figures were included in ,a unmentionables. -,. ""--
- ,,'-"' AIR FORCE TEN AND wrvEs ARE ENTERTAINED ., --1 i BROADWAT BULLETIN ROARD selling so rapicuy Riverside can't Wu? ,;,,, : jgAirt -; breakdown submitted to a Nouse The men get $9.80 for: !drew.
, ,.. , , ,, ,,, ; get copies to the disc shops fast 4 wit 2 2 , ,,, 46 N ',' athpeproArmprianyonins isuuebtificcomationmitteeo; tiboy. werhs,item, eanh'sd, thin.undgherslehhingsth,, meoer.Cen.st .
' AT GOLF OUTING AT PUERTO ARMUELLES s, -,. -,' t -,: ,,,'' .-r '' '3 -' "'
, -,,, Officials of the Chiriqui lAnd Company were hosts to a group
- '' -- 'ger
!-. ,, -,. Greta Thyssen,- the Miss Des; enough. ,,' Jan Morgan estimates 2 2 2 ,.. v Q 2 is
' IfiC11 .- mar s.
k of 1951 who migrated to the that her Persian Room act, open- a .2 a 4. .., 4;2 t 7 5 thing allowances for enlisted w cotton, quarter length sleeves
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of VAL Air Force personnel and their wives Saturday' at Puerto A ., if l U-S.A. and became ono of the most ing late this month, will coat al- 4, a 2 42, QJ is 2 2 2 men and men in its new fiscal white. -, r ,-,,i
1960 budget. ..-
foTbr 1"briaowndie-olbaloirg,tesutapaafatlatenerottra 13 ,'
- Armuelles. Alter thdr arriyal by plane, the tacitly spent the ,,dat -2'...; ,... ,,,,,"2! -, ,,,, ....., photographed ed the deep decolle- most 125,000-more than an oll- , ,,,,,,,airs ay
i- - -, r, rt. -- , .. tage dolls, has given her heart to Broadway play.- It involves five ,, ZA 1052 ), The women get a SZ32.31 dim dimes
es dimes tho golf course. : - , , Anse. The figure for men was
) The group included Col, and Mrs. Arthur P, Burr, Lt; Cot urning rio a lad, several years, her junior. writer'. a scenic designer, ward-
Some chums even believe die maY robe! mistress, 011ie manager 5 4 $166.". , hand bag; 11.75 for overshoes lig
.. ,1 and Win. Claude Babb, Mat and Mrs.- Paul Musgrave, Capt. and 0, stead cif Combat boots and 112 id s
4,4-4 hir minima A.-may, M. and Mrs. Clayton Murphy, Mr.' yuid Mrs. .,-:.." .. , be a secret brMe. Her first hus- and a five-week oUt-of-town try- ) a little shoe variety, "pumps.", it.
band is dead. Alob Hope by mail- out. Med. Lamarr isn't just irk- 4, A IC l
Belgians Wish Altogether, the enlisted womaW
l'atal J. Moran, Mr. and Mrs; William Sullivan, Mr. and lilts. Earle '';', :1, .
: Belt, Nee end Mrs- WelleY' Ken-1114n, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. R NOR; ,., , , ,7.. 1, ..,, 1: '... ,,. tog out 3,000 fetters of thanks to ed with hercurrent but outgoing No tee vignerobli
, . I; , ,2 admireri &ever the country- who husliand, the gent from T a a a a. liewilt Wool North bast
--,-, ,. r.t .....---- ...-,,,tr- 1, ,,,- -,LL fr .:-'r ..-,- -,. -,-2,s, i. t- si BOB BLAIR '', .,,. I wrote him cheering messages dur- She a also angry with f o r m e r 1, Pass -t'''' 1 4 Pass King gets an allowance' for 34 itemsi
Her male cotmterpart, 30. ,' 2'''
11 1, K 4 ,;12, ,,,,:A .ft .". .- .. 41..: ''''' '4.1 : -, ,, 1 -1 ' .. int the crisis Over hie eTe ell- mate John Loder, and may take Pad ,,- Double Pus Pass ) Turning to hats, the men get
cipi,,-- ma iArs. odis ,-- .- -- (Arms Mi' Ann' -dam
4441 '1. Rowdy' Minds! 'It's' time once meat. Som of the fans offered Mm to court to get money for the Pt. -. - w d Not Piin'ce
18.30 for five garrison, service -
' tri and utility cans-includinit esAo
11 andriokillo .."- I
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Russians cOntra Mese mine, :Un- : ' .;i::,',--14 J :,,' "Things Are ,Getting Better,7 is i teur ettort. countries.
," ',:t '-, Mrs Gerhart ,viere,iiitsts' to iciutt
I avythlet Hruska;
:,,,,,, :. tties.t;1. at' i "hhampagne'And b ,tter a postwar agreement, ,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,, Concerting '-tite Jiitioktinior ....77--, ,,,, :i,,:" ,,
r., '0,111' -,1!It week :the 1411-Aleet61 ,Prom ',Ad: he ',-, held may ,:- g,'ilie f..- -..' IV r '''''''. '1B I .h 'SI' k.
. fet leacheed ;AV the ,h6mte -of the' laboratory, 01; Ato c, g EY menus -boVe, all ; been s completed,-
, the'. mt .' ner :., I 1.."."117-7
' maternal grandparents,- Mr. and
' MrL',. Joe, I., tukacs of ,,Balboa Commission announced use tit ion- and -the'plans -tor .decorations are ''''-' ; -
ap o cano.. e c es Ino. ,e, Ashes Trades 1511D Uniform 1---71----1-
, .,.7.,,,,,,,, ,. .,, .. .... .., !zed 'cesium' gas, to convert ,Itucle- approved :- ,-.'- .--,- ,1,,,: ,,. ,,, ;-, .'. ':'.7-, '- ,',: , ',-"",',,,,, ,, ,,,, ' , k
ar, energy into electricity,,k l'w:;,.,,, Tfie -IttiTC.. will7tild Iti. animal CA; -IC': it :1;'' '' ,
:'. Visitors At, Pt- Davis ,. -,:. ', ; ;',
of ,TThomnson,,,,-,,a'; fermer?tonsulthig Aivardt Ball 'Veil 151' it the' C FIJI .i it ill es; -, ,,, or CZ' Civilian Rig ll ''
,,:,. Sp5 and ,Mrs. H A tedue engineer tor. the oco .,
AEC:said, lis be- Solo, Bresters..Chgt.;troM 7,.' p in. .'i ,',',.',' ' ' '' t -. .'' l':' i' ''''. ''' ' ' I : ' ' ' 11
No- nitities tepcirted F- ''' ' ''
;,,,, -, lbrt :bavit, have as their house houseIleved,
Ileved, houseIleved, ..the:ore wOuld,,-bevapjo".42, to 11,"pan;iThe'",tbettie of ,the. haii , ,. e --...., ,,, '', '.'.;:
),' gues s Mrs. tedue i, sister, Miss per ,tent or,,.,bighet; pure,'; cesium. is ,,,'!'Cadet, Capidcr'k ..,..,, ,- ,,, ,,,, 1,, , ,...; , ,,,, ,,, 'T ',- '' '
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' 'Ursula- M Nixon, '-of Portland
;. ',Maine; and bet' friend,' Miss ',Mt ',Mt'
' ',Mt' Though ,' tho 'current', rate ot !the' ,''llte ,,,,bigAntersCholaitic,',' tip" ort 4,,1101tiCt..,' Agoki .14',,' (UPI) 1-..- as we1.- u the' ashes. '," ,,.,,...,,Aim,,,,,,,i,imtaimiii,iii,.... II
port.. ore' is Over-14 a troth:, wilei ,'re- cointng -.up As :basketball, sad
'''', ry,111. IdcDonaugh Of South,
the Mount ;Mama, rolighly .15'. air ,,; The fall of uhes over 'rokY0 ,'',',ORIr '''Mffi'M'INgiiii.,.
.?,-.., lam: ,' ,-,,,, , ,..,4,-: ''.. ..,,, .,-,,:,,:, duced to Purenniente4 the tietheed lirat,gerne ter But Tigers will, be miles, Derthieat et here, Soploci started ,shortlY atter 10 o.m. Ag!':iMit' ''' '',!'itgg,s'ORii,.
, The" visitOrs plan te sPend. a, few tm' It' 13 Sinau.'' ''-' ''', 1 : rt,,! against- Balbot:April 'r
aL .,he. .1u, d -with all ifs volcanic fury AO, and lasted about 40 ininutesi, :',".1;i?..aiK;;,;E: 1;.,;-.;1-,:,;;;;;t;,,M1,;.?,...-;',;:.; 11. ,,,
-, 2,... .. -.. , Th., Aortnait Willi ftuinA iw "irPA- ,fli.. tt;,-ti.-- -.,.; , -- .. e . .., ..
th Soviet authorillen on mutual!
tde relations between the two
,,: vtsitors plan to 'spend a, tew .11"1. It. ta Dillalia
The deposit vitt; found by "aCii-linfoarinVaLarliatira:Aing The eluded viith iCs vidcanic fury .td-i land lasted about 40 minutesi- x
, days in Panama City. before re- Varsity win I dalr ahowerint slates tar 1 Otartied Tokyo citizens watch- Aiiiiwir-
SSAIN AV VIM AL 1. AIR Mt .3, SA. M M1,25 WM.& AA. -A 11 - A a 1 I A - AL
T It3M o ,
4 ,,,44uw 1,uu otaica., A''''fr ,1410 start away to, 0 P
1 son s wucenaret. and Mrs. Lithan round a e
- ea ite ,-asoes wnmenect car u3pat.
P m t th Margarita ,,Reporte reaching 'r kyd said Mt Asama is about 10 miles
Perhanto-wife of wtelely known Gym.:Th'ey gee may Junior the volcano, which .trunted, a- north of the famous resort city
Returns Preim Visit'
has geologist Stanley, Perham,. ,tylio College,- Pril 23 at gargarita. : 0)iincitha
Mrs. Francik A, 1teintann bout 8:30, DA. sent sMoke and of Karuizawas where Cr o IF n
returned to' her- home in Curikndu works with- Thomrison.,,,ill ' Coach lioser thinks the team is ashes as high as 13,000 ft. Prince Akthito first met Crown I let
it Mb..mM AM
Amu, twu wviasou unix' mu ugaiwiL Ur LUCA ne
atber a mows mu wan removes', 5 1 Pe acea in many ways buy' The volume wait still smoking 1Princesa Michlko It la a PoDu- I 1
- in Costa Riot., She has as net men& which buzmg ;when near should be able' to have g. a good 1 es of 11 DAL. the rePorts said. liar resort also for- foreign, dih
GI a itCa 'for (
nouseguest ner,pster-m-Iaw, zars.' couwvy,w14 Luc PwaLem Inv "a5131LA orrartioll Inemberi'lo the but the ,--rumbling 4 w
Kong and Donald OnlY,,,eitht hich first lomats and, other from nver..
found, in 'the mine was more than, varsity will be John Hoseman, at followed the eruption lasted for sea. ,
' a "nuisance." As result of thitir guard; '4 Keith The volcano I 8137 feet high.
find the ore was named Ilarlinite HoloPhror who hotherlay the fo- The I eruption! tonight "its the
tcombination of the women ward position; 'end ther Hugo No injuries Were reported and largest for the voldant, since it
,The best there is
first names... , Tompkins,or Bill we gle playing
, II El'Champaiia de los Cafs.
no One was rePorted in danger sent up fire., v:az, t
, -; , the ',center positon. Also at the though several minor forest fires November.
6e1 Lincoln Stamp
" , guar pos tion, is
d I ,im bid been started., Police said that no casualties
our : roo
and C k The Hvodo News Agency re- were expected from tonights , in
r 111411W it 'r 1
. '" ed. that pebbles, "u large explosion :because' the erurt 1021
. cr members of the team in.
!TOM Rv,-liA uroup12,. OtheriiTti' Stge Oth
PcItattbians" fell on nearby towns I had been exPected. ' Remember to change your empty packages for cups
, 41.1 dthi: oDohinathetue.:'- John Bowman ,. Is ,
, elude JIM and Bill and Ed- ,
-4,, The lienamanian-North Amer'.
, y terman returninglroth
, : :
::: ean Association has announced that 'r INIMMEMI rala..... IMMO 0 MOMS
an official,first-day,,cover,ostamp Lord 1Cobra,4Lord .ord laltYter's team, ,
COnnleNicholas Trial Ready- Forjury
Apo -Junior Varsit,looks''''gnOd , R. JOHN HRUSKA
' commemorating the Lincoln sequi- MurroW -and ,several other calypso
ft t ainmavia, primnota ten,,omath Teant memlier "aro- ma Inlittute '
ain4 vuupt v u to sa 1 7? TAN.- t a rlk r, b if"" I .1 1,12 lit 1 '
On11- Wainio, Joe Mc Goff IV ite
Speech Is t. es Aomorrow ;fiat during lv,tua nnwith Joe ,Inctioff, Walter 1 ()morrow AS uetense 3tate Kest Lase'
These first day cover statnpt will so contest at the ;Kent tacktail r
aracung a IN aitY 111111Urill Itil MAW
, f ti this week, Navy Chief Yeoman 1
, be distributed lAree to 'Philatelists lounge it was announced today Kleefkine Keith AlawaY'' Char- ' ; E. John Hruska "mustered out" on Only, 4 Days left to see
Usti ( 11
, at the Panamanian-North Ameri The contest Is scoentnen .tionn 1 , u 1 years or.vvivo., lit -Ill Ititt '9 "'I hA k Hoban"' Illndarn I ivinA II'
' cRn Association's' Center at kven- 'under way it 10 p 1."".310 L'eunara linantOnt and 1 ' me tougn-tanting,, easy-snuung 111 -momp,- a in Iva v utak au nutai I VI DIV URA it Id I II
IA 1:),a11 & ,nAaiko ha rreataa- I .114rry Wilder. INDIANAPOLIS,, Ind. (UPI) Judge 'Thomas's!. Plaulconer and 1
, chief. drooned anchor on a career 111
Good tuck to the Varsit,,, and
0, 00 oe,a5,1,115 sa!stro' 1 '''' hov
tn-st-n-eoergasi as a fireman s el. --
Freet,- Via Espana.
t a time to go, so this la yours The defense rested in the murder state's Itild deletilie attorney ;-
1 m tne Junior Varsity. ,,, ing coal on the old r de. ,,,'
114vianca F I
There is a number of ths jurors.
trial of Mrs Connif Nicholas after confer 'on instructions, to, be giv giv'
' giv' b these stamps for distribution and
,, nice week. Bye! - itnhrt huecrgrightmadrmicalwasthlitturtml7 e,1111--e- last defense twili;;;11 wa's lit9r3907,USS Geo,rge 7. Badger in ,,,,
'four p pe
In Colombia 'Set
, they will be given out On first , trulY bobing-YOU an have reai h ontendYs
wrenching, an injury sec Dr. Burton Parker, a physician at
Seven years. and several, ships 11-1
come,first served basis. ,1 CFN16V she suffered in a fight with or.
General Hospital where Mrs. ,
The Asociatioq, a cultural and nni
.,,, 1 C rest TeeL -,"' "' Nicholas via' taken in' a' tirtio-in. later, Ilruska had a .f.ront..row Ams
lealasy t AnAimafittet
MI: M. KIMMItaelloS,PAS a I
' I NMkN,A,MNNEEEILL mr- mr w 1 API, .16 AIMMI. 01.--.TrId wm a
itself la Mt Ing orefeets locludiak The latest Armee documeafarv. 1 77 I The state also rotted without duced coma 19 hours after ',feel tIne en".3' a"'"I" 116''"s' 111 '11 1 011 VisaM
- Ilin rebuttal -witnesses n d was found dyIng,
' concerts,4 ert exhibits. -theatrical I allowing Colombia as a land oil Uoing'Somethinq I rd g a I Fiulconer against naming
1 -7111 I
productions and 111111EUSEe teathing. contrasts will be telerlet at 3!4S 4 u ge oma utehrifileirP,11 -skealed, Ilsnu,auticvh7d,uut, YinleuIt'h,a17d, :1;1 au!! kofh.tthhAo.sve 111
However., it is not -confining itself 'rm. todiy 'on CIPIVN's ,upenore IA knit& 2 recessed the WA until tomon 1 r H 111 11 1 11 4 ? ref I 1
to or& these activities, but is addlincs! ,-- !, lowlo ilcArveurner Irow morning. A Jury of 12 hos.' ; ranter testmect,, as' another tuu
log other work to brioR Ploamot. The Mm has been wiry well re.1' ,,,t, 'bands was expected .to receive Mel PhYliviain did before him that her UP
front' at- a rdifferent show,111 II I ''',
are loijivnii,tsoumvie)thing ,c-silltear:eutnede.err:;
niana end Nortli, Anmericanetnoeseth-reived, by, Joesi, critics, ind,. aims- t day. oeuevea Airs. mamas' Injured
er in MOW' d of fri d hip e di othsoffered eVi- lei arm was wrenched 'violently.
w ether ire311111 kdeintice that rs,, c a as, e
m b I tri d to He was asked,11 a person who
during Worid W
Pnornurign Ts; BualyttaTre7a-f::i1; Ailantic L,010,0011.-6"7 .. 74-
' and understandinitio, ' ','
eammomnratinte tho -T.IntenIn were (CAM UNSTII.111
, herself soon idler Teel suffered such an hilucy would be Th.Lot! Duroht eletrt.. tntrYs 13n
,.. -- I t I 1-- th -rr A -1 ti r "I''-' '" ---'"'''"" -. ,,, 1100 however.r the' sky ''' 741' i-r;dj wa---ishita 'ath in his,Whitt Cad- prevented from '' driving ,- a car --
SUP!), ---,, Communi" radio said '
. sow gen enn a a k,' asoca on, ',,,,,.., ,.- '''. .! - ---- 6 6 ...
-. : ly iit the war:, and 'later hunted
ibe Murmansk route to K1188111 ear- , .,, .. ,,, ,,,
INTERESTING DEMONSTRAATIONS FIIOM
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TUESDAY, 11PRII; 14, 1911
, - : ; T
U A a
nheaten League Leaders
;Of ,Tcf Kep
By, FRED DOWN
. 'NEW YORK, April 14 (UPI) .r.,-,The'san
-; Francisco Giants and Chicago Whiti'Sol make
their home debuts as unbeaten, front-running
tenders today when an etimated 265,000 fans are
t-expected to vlew major league baseball's Hien
- Off in front with three'straight
victories under their belts, the Gi Gi:
: Gi: ants and White Sox will be out to
, keep the pressure on, the defending
eague championi in the next six
days. The Giants, have three games
each with the Chicago Cubs and St.
Louis Cardinals and the White Sox
play six games against the Kansas
; City 4thletics and Detroit Tigers
' before either bits the road again.
The Giants are sending Jack
Sanford, acquired from Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia during the winter, against
' Dave Tillman while the White Sox
have Billv Pierce going against
Kansas City's Ralph Terry. A ea eapacity
pacity eapacity crowd of 22,500 will be on
band to welcome the Giants home
and some 25,000 will be on hand
when the White Sox face the Ath Athletics.
letics. Athletics. The biggest crowd of the day
,7 when teams which paned the
; season on the goad play thoir
first home gameswill ba an ox ox'
' ox' potted 70,000 In Los Angelis' Co Cotisoum
tisoum Cotisoum when tha Dodgers mum at
, night against the Cardinals. Lafty
' Johnny Padres has boon tapped
for the Los Angeles pitching as assignment
signment assignment and probably will bit
opoosed by Lindy McDaniol
The Philadelphia Phillies are at
, Milwaukee and the Pittsburgh Pi Pi,
, Pi, rates are at Cincinnati in the other
' National League action. The Phil Phillies
lies Phillies have Seth Morehead slated to
face 22-game winner Warren
Snahn, who opened the season April
:10 with a shutout against the Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, and the Pirates have sopho-1
; more George Witt slated to go a against
gainst against Bob Purkev. Purkey beat
the Pirates in Cincinnati's "ad "advance
vance "advance opener" last Thursday.
The world champion New York
:Yankees have Don Larsen oppos oppos'
' oppos' Ing Arnold Portocarrero of the Bal
Mitten Finally Breaks
Riley's' Spell To Cdp
PAA Golf Tournament
Dr. Herb Mitten finally broke
the spell Jim Riley seemed to hold
over him and was crowned the 1959
Pan American World Airways golf
champion yesterday .at the Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa and Country Club as a result
of his 4 and 3 triumph over the red redheaded
headed redheaded defending champion.
Immediately following the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of play Andrew Monteath,
representing Pan American World
Airways, presented the various
winners and runners-up their va va,rious
,rious va,rious pieces of luggage which they
Mitten also won the medalist
honors with a 4 under par 68 while
Cleo Burns won medalist honors a among
mong among the ladies.
Mitten moved into a one up lead
on the first hole, but Riley evened
things on No. 4 with a par. Riley
, moved into the lead with his par
on No. 5, but Mitteo tied things a again
gain again with a par on No. 7. Mitten
, grabbed the lead on No. 8 with a
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jack Webb Hazel Court in
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SENORITAS ROBBER'S ROOST TIN Rome
IE MOB Geo. Montgomery with Paul' Newman
with Sonia Puri0
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CHARGE TIIE Como el Colorado ROAD DEBUTANTE
,." LANCERS with tUis Aguilar Richard Basehart with Kay Kendall
timore Orioles, the' Washington
Senators are sending Camilo'Fas Camilo'Fascual
cual Camilo'Fascual against Ike De lock of the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox andlbe Detz'oit Tigers
have nominated. Jim Bunning' to
oppose Herb' Score, of the Cleveland
Indians in, the other American
Tho Braves, eager to defend
their "attendance title" against
tho threat of the colossal Wen-Oat
of the Log Angeles Coliseum,
expect "only" 42,000 today.: But
they aro convinced a better club
and civic pride will enable them
to draw more fans than the,Dodg
ors do in their vast if mishapen
A key game in the AMertan
League finds Score making his first
start since last July 15 against De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. Hit hard in exhibitions 'and
wild in a relief effort last Friday,
Score is attempting a comeback
after two years of frustration. Ills
troubles began in May, 1957, when
he was stnick in the eye by a liner
off the bat of the Yankees' Gil
'rhe first few days of the pennant
races definitely turned the snot snotlight
light snotlight on the Giants and White Sox
both rated strong contenders and
both off to Perfect starts.
The Giants, flashing fair -pitching,
good flower and late-inning
game-winnine "sock." whinped the
Cardinals three straight times
while the White Sox, eettin sur surprising
prising surprising power and good late-inning
relief pitching, swept a threelame
series with the Tigers.
Neither the Yankees nor Braves
has lost, of course, but still are in
the unexpected position of having
to make up ground'. With the 'sea 'season
son 'season less thatt a week old, the' stage
already has been set for fireworks.
par and another ,par on No. 9 gave
him a twoup,lead at the turn. (,
A halved hole on No. 10 with a
par on No. 11 gave Mitten a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous 3 hole lead with only six
to play. Riley won No. 13 to de decrease
crease decrease the margin to two, but Mit Mitten's
ten's Mitten's birdie on No. 14 and a par on
No. 15 were too much for Riley.
Pearl Trinv,Vins Ladies
Pearl Trim grabbed herself a
share of the honors with her one up
victory over,,Ethel Perantie. Pearl
won No. tend No. 2 to gain a two
hole lead at the end of the first
two holes which lead she protected
until the end of the fourth hole.
Ethel foughtsback with wins on
Nos. 5 and, 6 to even the match,
but Pearl won Nos. 7 and 8 lost
No. 9 to make the turn 1 up.
Pearl won Nos. 10 and 11 to go
three up, but Ethel shot three pars
and a birdie in the next four holes
to even up the match. A halve on
16 and in for Pearl on 17 and a
halve On 18 gave Pearl the match.
John Crichton jumped into an
early three hole lead over Jeff
Kline in their first flight match
and closed the youthful Kline out
on the 15th green.
Jack Whitelaw evened things in
his personal duel with Jack Stuart
as he beat the oonular Canal Zone
pilot on the 18th hole. Stuart had
previously defeated Whitelaw in a
recent tournament finals at Sum Summit
mit Summit Bills Golf Club. Whitelaw
jumped into a 2 hole lead at the
turn, but Stuart evened things at
the end of 11 with Iwo pars.
Whitelaw won No. 14 with a bo bogie,
gie, bogie, and Stuart evened the match
again with a bogie win on No. 16.
Having 17,, Whitelaw put his sec secon
on secon dshot up close to the pin on 18,
and after watching Stuart two putt
for a bogie, Whitelaw two putted
for his par and the match.
Gene Askew continued his return
to local golf with a 4 and 3 win
over Bill Grow in their third flight
metal. They made the turn all
even, but Askew picked up wins
with his four pars in the first five
holea on the back nine to win.
Youthful Curtis Schwarzrock took
advantage of Bank Johnston's poor
To Meet Saturda
, The Atlant: and Pacific Little
Leagues will maugurate a pro profiram
firam profiram which ,- both : organizations
hope 'will be mai affair in sue sue1
1 sue1 ceeding years.
The program will consist of
two exhibition games between
the graduates ot both leagues.
The purpose of these two exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition games Will be to raise funds
for a college scholarshili for some
current or future little leaguer.
The first game will take place
in Margarita, Saturdav morning
at' 10 c'clock.',The Padific Little
Leaguer will travel over ,to the
Atlantic side on therearli morn morning,
ing, morning, train. The games. are not de designed
signed designed to decide any t y p of.
championship but are -merely: ex exhibitions,
hibitions, exhibitions, labeled as "s pecia
games," which are permitted un under
der under Little League Rules,
Plans have not been formulat formulated
ed formulated as to how the scholarship will
be awarded. One thing is certain.
It will be a joint effort on part
of the tiro leagues, anU a great
deal will depend on how the fans
respond to the cause. Under Lit Little
tle Little League rules, it is not permis permissable
sable permissable to charge admission to the
games, but there is no prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition of making collections.
The second game will be play played
ed played at the Pacific Little' League
Stadium, 'the following Saturday
also at 10 o'clock.
The full coach and managing
staff of each league will be the
board of strategy far each res respective
pective respective squad, with the manager
of each league champion the top
While the names of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side aggregation was not av available
ailable available when this went to press,
the following pla34rs will repre represent
sent represent the Pacific sect9r:
Gibraltar Life nominated Dick
Ebdon, Joe Hunt and Gene Her Herminny.
minny. Herminny. The Elks will have Mike
Hummel, Russ Poore and Lew
Fontaine. Spur Cola is sending
Bobby Mikulich, Roger Hoenke
and Danny Hele. From Seymour
Agency there Will b- Bob Blaney,
Paul Robinson and George Black.
Lincoln Life has named- as their
representatives, Bob Engelke, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Ostrea and Jorge Kiamco.
The Police on the squad be
Glen Evans' D9p Darden a n d
Opens 76th Season
PHILADELPHIA, April 14 --
(UPI)---Carlos Ortie,,of,,NeW York,
fresh from a TKO ittor over Leh
Matthews, said today he will fight
South African chimp Willie Tow Toweel
eel Toweel in London next month and then
hone for, a shot at, Joe Brown's
Second-ranked Ortiz w,as a 7-5
nnderdog .going into last night's
h re-fon gilt, bAttle with the 19-yeRrold
Philodelnhla knockout artist
but his blo7lng two-banded attack
ninned Matthews on the ropes help helpliess
liess helpliess for nearly a full minute be before
fore before the referee stopped the bout
at 2:21 of the sixth round.
Each fightre landed hard and
often throughout. Matthews hurt
the 22?YeAr-old Puerto Bican in the
third and again in the fiftlyand al also
so also onened a tut over Ortiz's,right
eve in the fourth but was unable
to press his adVantaee on his more
Ortir. 136. carried out a smooth.
carefully planned attack on his
135-nound opponent, natiently wait waiting
ing waiting for his opening. It came when
he drove the stunned Matthews in into
to into R neutral eorner and Ortir, grab grabbed
bed grabbed it; poundinp away with both
hands in a relentless barrage that
prevented Matthews from ever re recovering.
covering. recovering. oilotage on the golf course and
beat the other Panama Canal Pi Pilot
lot Pilot in the PAA tournament. Curtis
went four down at the end of the
first four holes of play but fought
hack to cop the first place bag in
the fburth flight.
In the only finals match to go
tra holes Buck Purdie edged Bob
La Chat:wile on the 2t0h hole. They
made the turn all even. and Purdie
moved into a two up lead 2t the
end of No. 12, only to have LaCha LaChatette
tette LaChatette rally to even things on 17.
Both golfers bogied No. 18, double
hogied No. 19, but Purdie drove
the green on 20, two putted for his
par and the match.,
Mike Zombor proved too much
for George Gregory and took their
sixth flight match 4 and 3.
Malcolm Wheeler shot one of the
beXt games of his career ha knock knocking
ing knocking off Dean Studebaker in the
seventh flight. Wheeler took this
match 5 and 4.
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MK., POWER '' ThO:NeiliztOlit: Yankee are., plc ktd to- win their 10th pennant in ,- 11 seaming,.
and pot-the least reason is Micker,Mantle;:theirt-$75,000-a;-year center fieldert'It's- anything :;
but good news tor the, harasteCAinerican Leagne.opPoSition to hear.that Me Bwitcher is out
to improye last y,eat'a inarks In the,three big departments-4hozners, runs-batted-in:and BA.' 7
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OP E N CLASSI I CATION
SEASON WITH -,
PR ES ENTATION OF
TROPHIES, GAME AND
By HERBERT MOISE
With a series of well-attended
activities, the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softball Las g uu
brought its 1959 season to an end.
It was a busy day for the offic officers
ers officers as they prepared for the- pre.
sentation of, trophies, the game
between the Stevedore Morris
champions and the league's all.
star and the buffet-styled get-togethet.
All these were anticlintax
to the coronation of Miss Judith
Kiston as "Miss Softball of 1959.1,
The, festivities started in, ,thed
Gyinnasitim ', when, the -,, Oresente; I
tion of trophies followed tbe co- i
ronation of, Miss Kirton by Daniel
Delgado ,Duarte, a popular radio
announcer, uwand-chming, poli political
tical political and social figure ot Colon.
This simple ceremonyjame oh
the heels of the "thank you" ad address
dress address by league president Josce,,,1
lyn Evering, who, on behalf ofthe
RBSOCSI, expressed the grat gratitude
itude gratitude to all "who helped make
this year's schedule the stictess
that it is" anCpromised to be Dig Digger
ger Digger and better next season.',1
The next item On the program
was the introduction of the tithdi-1
dates who 'finished behind Miss'
Kirton. Both 'Jeaneth Seeley and
Diana Smith Miss Poweds
Miss Ajinomoto) received big ova-1
tions as they approached thedais,
with the trophies. Miss Softball
then followed them and receiVed
her share of the applause.
Her first act, the queen made
her first set of proclamations.-She
proclaimed Stevedore 'Mor t
champions 'of 1959 with 'Powells
second and 04inoMoto third. As
she made -v her andouncentents,
team representatives approached
the dais for.their trophies:0 For
Stevedore Morris, Irvin B. Morris
received the trophies. For Pow Powells,
ells, Powells, Al Norstrom represented
Howird Finnegan of Powell,' and
for Ajinomoto, manager Juan Ca
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA -- Mr Conditioned
"I BtRY THE LIVING"
' (Adult tare)
COCO SOLO 7:10
"TOUCH OF EVIL" ''
ril,ABLo HTS. 7;00
Bob Hope "Femandel"
Anita Ekberg 4,1;
In CinemaScope & Color
"High School Conlidentlar
in Cinema Scope!
, -.Constance Smith' '',
orite CROSS VP"
Ava Gardner ','
, f, Stewart ,,Oringer'-'k
"THE. LITTLE Kan
In Cinema Scope As Color
' "THEI,WERE SO-YOUNG"'
and s"SINNERS HOLIDAY"
SANTA 'CRUZ fide
George Montgomery,:', ,t-
' "PAWNEE" In;.Color"
' Betsy Palmer Isack Lord r
"TIIE TRUE STORY,OP',
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for Ricardo. Caradells re-1
ceived hii,symbol of third place:
1 The queen- also preclaimed the
standing performances.. She 4 'an.
awrh;fiweledrse ttphrougihn ,thOeuirt4
flounced Josiph Clarke, as batting 1
champion, ,RobMoolchan as lead leader
er leader in ERA, and won and lost pet!.
centage pitching and Luis Undo
'as stolen bases leader. '
Her third announcement ton toncerned
cerned toncerned the player who were voted
into prominence. She named Lim Limlie
lie Limlie Drayton for the MVP award
and also asAhe most popular and
outstanding player; Napoleon.
Ashby RS rookie of the year; An.
tonic, Dudley as the most improv-'
ed player; Chester DeS9uza Ili the
player with ,the most years of
good perforniance and Miran
Stewart as the sportsman of the
At the conclusion of this pre.
sentation' ceremony, Miss Softpall
announced that he game be.'
tween the thanips and the stars'
would be underway within 15 min minutes.
6The game itself had its brignt,
spots, but failed to live up to ex-I
pectations as the Stars moved,
quickly the front with it big first
inning and then practically- coast coasted
ed coasted to a ft to 5 victory. Leslie Drayl
toni the league's winningest
er; got credit for the victory while
Herman Agard, was charged wall
There was a two-hour break ifi
the series of activities, but when
they resumed it was for the Wk.
ering at Bldg. 6446 in Rainbov,0 Ci City
ty City (Camp Coiner area) for the but..
Tho Gamboa Gun Club wail
hold 'a shoot at tho rango the
third Viodneiday of this month,'
(tomorrow) at 4:00 p.m. This
will be a :trial afternoon shoot"'
attondance is sufficient'', wit:
will,endeaveur to hold those
shoots twice monthly, at the
' INIVERSITY PARK, :44.,,--
(NEA);..- ttip Engle started Inok,
,ing ,i for''''tenters and lineb,ackers
as spring ,tootball practiciopen-,
edf,at ipenp State.,, ,,,. ,:',,,,:',; ',.j
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" '" ,H-T. 'illitR riT0'' STAY ' '.'".t",
-'1AAVRE14, Md, (NEA) --ta'urielt
Race. ,Cotule is In its, .48th yett",
i t: : ; Z r , :;. t',
Itbiiiii;, EitititNid ; '5 ,. 20
't.4''' .-trony Martirt :in .' ,',','
'.,-;"-IirRONTIER 'scour, ,,,,
':.'', ? Mali Powers' in ",'
-1111AN ;,f)11 ,, Tug rit9wv,;
MN '1 -E4 o
Elks 0 1
The Gibraltar Lifers,took-a oone
game edge in the Pacific. Little
League championship series, ,with
the Elks Lodge'. 444, when they
ViOn -the 'qtpener,,2-1.,-: ,1 -z
,Before an, overtlow crowd,' Dick Dickie,,Eladon
ie,,Eladon Dickie,,Eladon and- Lew Fontaine hook,
ed up in a. pitching duel and Abe
fans were treated to a well plaY plaYed
ed plaYed game completeti, 03 min minIdes.
Ides. minIdes. ,;
Fontaine handcuffed the,
Gibraltars except his -monad' op,
ponent Ebdon, TWice Dickie got
to' Fontaine for In ',the
first ,inning, Bedon hit ;I scream screaming
ing screaming double along the left- field toul
line. - -4
Ofi loese ball Ebdon went tA
third 'and while trying for'.; third
was hit by a thrown .ball,
scoring, the first, run,
In the fourth, -,,, Ebdon' started
the frame with a 'double, t hit
tine jilt() centerfield, A pass ball
got him to third And scored
when George TholnPson- laid- 4- '41
push, bunt betwen the"mound bed
first bat. 'No Tiny- was pOssible
on the flying Ebdow,
In the fifth, afterthe; first two
batters went out '', easily ;"; pitcher
to first,. Fontaine hit labs rp
single to center., Ilfis,,wao
ed by' a 'triple' ii3, 'Larry Berger
and the Elltnhad pier first. run.
Ebdon put on ,tlittobraket a n d
Berger died ,on. thirtt s -1,
In the final, inning,,, 'after' tone
was retired, the, Elks qiglit, field fieldler
ler fieldler got a' 'single but again 'Ebdon
was. rough the elutch,Ansil' E Egolf
golf Egolf fatted'. to scor.., tsiL
Fontaine pitched a superb game,
walking none ,, and strildng out
eight., Ebdon walked two a n d
struck out ten Elits.;:.
Some of highlightt'of the fame:
the crafty pitching ,;ef Ebdon
he Moved the ball, Amide, out outside,
side, outside, change of pace etc., which
had ,the Elko batters guessing. On
the' ether hand, Fontaine power.
ed the apple ant, as itated be before,
fore, before, enly Ebdon' could -solVe the,
, The second game of the Aeries
will' be played at the Little
League Stadium at 4:30 p.m.
this. afternoon. Gene ,,, HermannY
will go ,for Gibraltar and Leo
Austin for -Elks.'
, The box score:
Elki 1414 I AB R H
1Berger;, ss t,,0 1
'Brown 2b 1 0 0
Gangle, If 3 0 0
Egolf, rf ''' 3 0 1
Poore, lb 3 0 0
Hummel, 3b 3, 0 0
Bridwell, ef 2 0 0
MeGrath,.e' , 2 0 0
Fontaine,. P 2 1 ,1
'Harned, lf 2 0 0
lEbdon, P 2 2 2
1Thompson; -lb 1 0 0
Hermanny, et 2 0 0
Hunt, ss .'2 ,O, 0
Ratbgeber, 2 ',"0,t 0
Boughner, rf 2 ,0 0
I AB R H
1 0 0
2 0 0
.'2 ,O, 0
2 ,0 0
, 1 ,,.(1
Armed,Forces Get .-ci
InvitationTo'JC ':':' -,''',
,,,,,, , ,, ,,
, Tottrnamnt director,. Stewart '1.
brown has extended att invitation,
to all branches of the grilled forc forced
ed forced to enter a representative s to,
the Annual Iunior C011ege Invitd Invitdtionill
tionill Invitdtionill Basketball' Tournament '' to,
be, played in, the Balboa, Gymna-'
slum, on May ,14, 15 and le. ,' ; I
-,' The teanr's leading,' their :re :reopective
opective :reopective league in intra-sevice
competition will be Pasked i to e,.1
resent $their-braneh, of ', service., ,I
Team rosters 'will be limited to
ten players A all ,, of ,' whom must
have been ,,,tt Member, of the ae aeJetted
Jetted aeJetted team prior 4o May,' 1,:, ,s,,;,,,,'
Trophies I will be 1 awarda toi
the 1 championship tearn,4' to ''k, the'
runnerup ;team, to the most ,"out,,,1
standing performer and to the ,in ,individual,
dividual, ,individual, members of the, -thempionship,
club., ,, ,,,A , .,..7 ,
,, Contact Coach Start ',, 1,1' BroWn
for, further s, Information., at, A Bat?
bee 1704. !,---!--:" 4m-l 44' 4
- : .4.04,00d .0 if if -4-; ,Aft 4,-.:; I- 7 r--
w pet gs
San Francisco' 1, 3 ':4-,1.000
Milwaukao : 2 l a --tan 7,111
Philadolphia 1). 11'.1.000 I
Chicagi i J00 111
Cincinnati a j:300
St. 'Louis ,; a
! Pittabergh at Cincinnati
Lewis It Les AngelealN);:'.
Chictila at SanfranciscL. ;.
:Ne gain's schaduled
, Itough-ridiriglieliodoro (Papitto)1
Gustines ,was the only, jockey' susH
pended over, the- 'weekend. ,,Gusti ,,Gustines,
nes, ,,Gustines, who wee making triumphant'
return to local riding with fourl
victories, failed to- observe' ',the,
rules on several' occasions and as
a result war set !. domt for' 12
Gutines was pe"nellied itikineeti
for crowding'Hostigador with Don
Lucho and forcing: the'4ormer to
cross Brrght4,,SPur', Saturdall
ninth race.;.A' ;
,Papito,,,, got not additional six'
Meets when' adinitted that Ile
waS ,responsible. when Careamen
crossed Deauville-in ,the eleventh
'lice,' also ois,Saturday.
HerOleo Pitty 'noitod
fins' for. hoing -disrespectfut
to, the Steward', whetrhe Will
biing question's" about, am intl.
dent that occurred Saturday's.
: fourth rakOolille he woo, Oats
' Blue ,4
Alfonso SOMAS, of -"Xis-I
tuliori,'VOs gld for sending
the' horse! late. z the,; receiving
barn, for ',Saturday's'. erten race.
fine-, for tot usingt thtv, cotrect.iot;
' ors on his "horse,: raquiro,.in
doy's sixth race,, -.
Patsy. got:Iwo meets.' suspension
lot refisine at the start of Satur,
day'iL, third ''riree.' Nesicomer,
trayentt:fiwhich had to 'be scratch-,
ed at the starting line before Sun.'
day's seCend ,rate, 'also, wai
down for ';twO :Meets,
were ihminated for the year's big biggest'
gest' biggest' loot horse-racethe $13,000
, a dded' one' ,''' and five-eighths
Priident 0f the 'Reptiblie Classic
which .will be run on-lilay., 3i
' The owners 1 of ,' the,' following
horses paid the' ,ontry fee
of' $1.50. per' horset Bob, Maniart,
His ',Majesty.Santillan, Bright,
Mossadeq, d e
'rrisgo; Informal,,'' Feral:ins 1111
Deseh, Tunchl, Siete ysf;
nd Buen Moro.
A' final, entry4.1,, fee of another
$300 for itich hOrse, 'must be toy toyered'
ered' toyered' to becoflie 'stkrter.
Nine three-year-old colts'''. and
fillies 'were 'entered for 'the .May'l
tabor Day Claggic.' The sir, fut;
long $2,000 added feature 'attract 'attracted
ed 'attracted the. following,field:' Nespucin,'
Don. Ditch Brote,,2
Minuela Pedrater '21414-, Nebris
an ic,r,-' .1
The-Atlantit Little League dosed
its ninth seastml last,;Triday eve evening
ning evening at their annyal awards dinner
which wts'attended,bY an Overflow Overflowing
ing Overflowing cfowd of .265 well' withers at
the' Margarita, Service Center. ,,
rite dinner honoreci the letgues'l
12-year-old griduates and the M11-1
tut' of milt teamWhich walked
off with the 'championship by, win-1
ring both halves of the,' league,
race, The presentation ,of the Tar-,
non Club tropOY Vi'36 made ,bY LOU
Olud, Little League district repre repreoentative
oentative repreoentative to manager Mike,Burza
of the Mutual of Omaha team. The'
trophy will temain in the 'custody
of Mutual of Omaha until the next
champion is erowned in 1960:
v' 4 ",
tide' League' tertificates''Of
nreciatiOn Were then presented by
Joseph' Lo Hickey, the, leagnets
president, to the team, sponsors.
The epontor are the Pace Asso Association
ciation Association renretented by Sgt Henry
Dellaps, the Coca., Cola flottling
Col, represented by Hubert' Pretto;
Mutual of Omaha represented by
manager' Mike Bums, Gil Motland
sponsor of the Pirates by manager
Randy Wikingstad, Cristobal Lodge
1542, B.P.O.E., represented by,Jim
Wainio an tithe Nathaniel 3Owen
Post No. 3 Ameriean Legion repro.'
tented by Henry Shirlf, '", ;
'4', The twelve.year-old players who
hive completed their last year of
Little League' play were presented
baseball trophies and diplomas as
mementos of their Little League
playing days., 1 ,
Vt.:4. Pet.' 11
3', 0 1.000
2 ',LOOS V
1 ; 1.000 1'
1 0 1.000 '1
0 1 2
, 1 '.000
I 2 400 VA
0 3 000
'D -4,- '',-0-4-.',3:". z
Kansas City at, Chkaoskp:1
Datrolt ot Cleveland., ,, rt.
Now York ,-at 'Baltimore.;
Washinoten at Boston. )
No lamis schodultod.:,
ea and!Pagr-Toidado, !":.'
The colts will carry -118- pounds
and: tha fillies' 115.
: --oOo-4,,00to:; 1.7 ;
;;This 'weskit main. 4ovant,
hs. ths 82,000 addad Wait.
Padoration Classic for 'holoyear ,,
, Tito' ingboating; Chiloarobrod:!'
.w filly, Miss' Brunetti and liwo
'11;it imnrooad ALL tvolt,; Nairobi
:stand. hood abauldirs boo.'
Ihe opposition.' -:
-a0thers axpoctedJo start in 'this
special' tor, twoyeat-olds are Pops.
Jaco, Stacatto, 14,Polirroll; Mono ,,
tescok ,Falange, ',Gran Capita
and- Tierra. , ?'.
Speaking' of the forthcoming
Freak lent's Classic;, there r
quest by -several owners, to have
the triasale rim .In two, sections ,11
the ovmert of al1,16 -horses pay
the' final entry fee.'
linwever;',It is tho!..'opinion. of
this 'writer :that thiswilllhot be "'
tessera bicatiii;' for. one reason:
or. oncither,' at, least', three t.f ',LAM
-entries:. will -141 retratched ',by Abe
deadline tor the..final: entries.
'owned' bY:' wealthy'.
man Silvio tazarin, was- third. last
year behind -Gavilan and Satan :
in tie '0,000 eddek New ',..Yearie" "",
"'Classic was re.run
wiry. S. following it' Marling mishap
hi: the firsti' runnint:
, flOwn 'in from Miami where he' tei6,,
cently' reeled off three --consecup
tire victriel. ,, ,Ct." .s.
' 7,11'A, an Argentini-bred ion of
!Ctrus The Great nowtompeting in
'Lima,. Peri, ,will 'race tor ,Marin
del' Diego end. Lreruvien,, Ambes.,
Oiador 'Jose ;
Xdern, a top' flightee'on
tracks,. was recently,,,acquired byt.;,.!'
...Augusto Neuman ;
Deseep' 6,' top Oise' Argot,
. tine ',router, rising,' in ; BOOMS ,:
...Aires,".10- owned. by".41111O Pisani
end will be ridden by, Argentine
-!littell Mori, uLY an
throughbred racing in Argentina,
irlhe property;',of.::.orge MayOr. '1;
terillon,i4eportedly' boUght by ;
lull, Mercado for,: S-1,000
ly to compete in the"' President't
, Classic; is inother Argentine. horse. t
' : .4' , . ,' .- ;
- The presentations were' made by t
the sponsors of each team, and the '' '4'
graduates honored were: Mutual k Z
of' Omaha: Charles Bialkowski4
Georeg Evans, Luther, Quimr,litort.,
nie Riefkohl., Pirates:41m- Ebdob,,' ''t
Tont HiekeYt Bob 1 Sanders, Geo& -.
fref ,Thompson Everardo Urriola,- ',,
Ewald Arlberg., Pollee Pals:, Ken. .:
nY KarPinsid, WOodI,Smith, Coca ii
Cola Bottlers:' Ralph, Bender, Ter.- i
r,V Conley,.Bob Hutehingr, Keith i
McLeod, Ricardo Sanchez,. LarrY '' ..
Stanford. ,. Elks: '"-- Billy, Aeheson
Nifty ),Brooks,4" Ralph, beBoyrie,'''-' ',
Pomba Motta, John Sanders.t Le., 1
gion: Louis Austin. Frank Bortel.. .,'
lino; Dick Dugan, Wardle Redmen,-, ,2,
and Henry Shirk.si. 1.4 ,.1', p 'it, ,'' 4 t
- ,.,,. ,,,, tky, ',,,,
s' .:. -At, ',-- ,.-,, i
' The announcement of the-PhYlnir.
statistics for the year revealed I,tt-' ,,
ther Quinn of Mutual of Omaha to ..
be leading 1. hitter of' the 'League' ,f,.
with an average- of .484, ;6 home..
runs a'nd 23 runs batted'in.' Quinn
also led the Pitchers vrith an tare, 1'
tiedegrui; dlevtearnagweillof..be.2001).,6ThitsehestdatAsn.' r:.,
another story,, 17: ''...41.' ,'.'. 4'
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ceitificotes 'of Appreciation ,, for
CommunitY, Service were present.' '.
ed to the members of the Atlantis
Little League Board of Directors by I.
Thomas C. Seller in the name of it
the ,. Cristobal Margarita Civie 11,
Council. The dinner concluded with 'ili
the presentation 'of Little League 0
shoulder patches to the boys com. ;
pleting their first year of play and '."
aU the boys 'present received 111,",t,,
ticket to the Movie, ,,-,..;;.- '' "," I
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' ' ' -- .- '' 3 ' k,N'-' .1 '', 4' : 1 1 susids Sella Vista Theatre and Bronth at Minimax Super Marled on Vio Saimaa 0 COLON OFFICE; 15tit sad Amadei: Guerrero No. 14221 ,,,A Tel 4SS. , ,A
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PHILLIPS :,0comestila Creates
Santa Clara IL: tia P. Maas
sauna 111177 Cristairal 3-1673,,')
Salivates furnished :apartments',
, of Saari Clara lloach. To lophstia
Smith. Gamboa 302,
tottar:orotatos, botwoos Santa':
, Clara and Rio 'Hata; Now leo
rata Phew& Balboa
- FOR Paiti Re well fur.
nished or unfurnished 4 bed bed'',,
'',, bed'',, room Chalet,,2 air conditloseC
, hot, 'water. very kattractive
patio. Reasonably priced. Call :
FOR RENT Furnished thrett
bedrooms chalet. ens with air tw
conditioser..two bathrooms,- hot
Paten, autematiC washincl put putchine.t
chine.t putchine.t garage. -garden. Situated
residential area, ,near Mini Max.
:FOR FIENTi Room corn.
fortablO furnishei vemitated,'
independent entrance,' !crooned.
- for ens or' two persons, with or
. Without-ineals.,43r41 Street No.,
FOR RENT: Furnished room.
coudle or 'bachelor. Estudiento
Streit. Phan 2-5159.
, s FOR BENI Rooms furnish.'
- deli '..Ancon' bus stop,.
350 and 3511h, Phone 2-5174.
': Ity' GIORGI SINCLAIR
1,, -., sacoND HALF STANDitie .,
,-.,,, -, ,. .--..'zg;- ;,,,' t ;',.1..,-
;'',,- Teams '-''' .-....,- .-. ,, .,, W L., Pet. GU
' ':Abernathttilnispor4f7 ,- 1 $75 r
'; .Jantsen aduro 7 I .. 700 1
''''-- tervteria 11.1.,i, 5 4 625 ,1Y2
)1, Ambassadors 3 8 -273 5
' Glud Mariners 1 8 111. 6
Abernathy Wallops ,Mauricio 30-4
, ,,Abernathy Walloped Mauricio to
FTZ continuo-their firm hold on first
rit,.. place in,the second halL '-',,
, tf, ', t Lew ,, Hilzinger went the ,route
-- for' thi Alnisports to- pick up thi1
!.i., Win. Niel started, for ,, the Am
i,,,!. bassadets and was .,,the I o s et
wo, Hrandhart tame od the, fourth
k''',r, ,' to relieved Spivey, '
4....,, Abernathy -,set a' new league' te tefo"
fo" tefo" 'cord by scoring' 30 runs in ene
M, game. Unisport scored in ivery
oak Inning except the third., Aberua AberuaAR
AR AberuaAR thy now leads Jantzet by one full
li:ot':, game in the standing.',,They, col col44..Pt
44..Pt col44..Pt lected a Aotal of 24 hits for' ano ano74.?
74.? ano74.? ther league record. Hilzinger had
R ; Out of 2, Chanci 4 out of 5, Trout
' 3' out' ot. 8, Ghtleston 3 out of 4
' and:Flynn, 3 out of 5 to lead the
t',11,': Abernathy Attack.
Ramat' of Saturday, April 11
Jantzetildaduro took two games'
toJgain ,-on Abernathy when they
, deleated,Maurieto 18 to '0 on Car-
ratinrit tinA' pitehing job. )
', 'Jantzelil; also ,won, the night!ap
from Mud Mariners 8 to,2 as Cat
rantini Ivea the route for his see:
-:The box ,store:.
Abilenaihy Unix, Ab R HO A
Taht; ,ss ', 6 3 1 3 1
Jones; ,of 5 2 0 0
HilzingOri p 7 4 5 ; 0 1
tiorine, 2b 4,:', 4 ,,- 1 2 .1 1
sllupert, 2b : ,3 1 1 0 0
, ,t...,,,, : i :, '.;.--1',0,-..'","'''''': ,,, f ,' .. ...
-..., ',Advertisi n Vint section, 7r,m,. Ads only cost 03.05' per Col!, Inch
.:.1:''i,L' A'4,1',..",'"" ..'. FOR,'INF,ORMATION'CALL,'2-0740- '.- '-,4-' .'
!,,...,, : ,,,..,-.!,,,' 1-.14, ,, 4;',-,1,,, --1,, t" .. ' '
JIM RIDG5,, ".
' Gibraltar Lite hie. Co ,
inrrales and information
TeL nom& 14552 r
1 Monday tbru Triday '
2111 a.m. to 1214
' 244 p.m. to CIO '"
Saturdoyl MOO 4.111.. to it
WINS SINGLES TITLE
L : Ant:' EN PROVENCE; France
, (CPOGardner Malloy of Coral
Fla., -won the men's Sin,
, gles title in the AIX En Proveace
tennis tournament Sunday 'when
her' defeated Jacide' Brichant of
Belgium, 3-8 60 6,0 64 .;-
Sok pitchers Frank Sullivan, and
'Ted Bowsfield yd. in Sancta Va.
FOR RENTt ), toe
beeratee ,I,apertessets ground
, Floor; 2 batkreemat mahl's teem
' with bath; ,tarage, patio:1400w.
, Wished., le El Caniptio. Pbenet
jollies keen; 2-032k aftst
tke haver 377011.,,,
' FOR RENTS Unfurnished-studio ;
' ations with hamar, elevator sor,,0.
, vice. Suitable for, small families ,,,,
, or offices. Ono Include a new,.
Cavils Alogre."'-, Via
opposite the Panama Hilton Nom
.,tol. To lefom 3,4409.' Ask for
POMP RENT: Seautifid me
1111111 2 bedroom apartment. with
maid's rooett,. near Hotel Palk
ama. Ricardo Arias Street,,Tel..
1.3-0702 or 2-2466. ,,t
, FOR RENT: room, bed...
room, d'inettoi kitchen, 'appiV,,,
Apt. 2 pills' Darien No. 114-21,
nod oreet Irom 4th July Ave.,
FOR RENT: ." Comfortable',
'two bedroom apartmenti
mirg No., near r histitute
" Panamoricano (Comiuriato
FOR RENT: Modem &Part &Partmerit.
merit. &Partmerit. Thrall, bedrooms, two
hathroomt, mald's mom, wash
.o.'''.-tebs...garege,' hot, water. Olga
--.Building,..loseblo A. t. Morales
.j.Avenue.11 Camp. Enquire
apartment No. 2.
' FOR RIENTt Campo Alegre!
t'nicely'lumrshee-cool 'one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmot, hot water,,
laundryi etok Calle 3-189.
IOR RENT; Nicely ,furnish ,furnished
ed ,furnished apartment, two bedrooms.
' gamy, hot water. 30 -Ecuador
Iffe1PAPP, fitting Aritie 11,,Embas-,
FOR RENT; Filly furnished
bacholor apartmont in maiden.
lila ladies. Phone' 2.1460
, tics hours.).3.1535 Aar 54)0.
FOR RENT; Cool. torso two
bedroom apartment, acmoned,
hot wator; maid's room, nawly
FOR ARENT; ........ rally fureished
inhaler apartmons in redden.
Hai lottion Phone' 2.1460 of-,
, tics hours.11555 Aar' 54:10
FOR RENTi .-- Cool,, large two
bid"ni aPaFtment' .'scr"risd'
,:., hot oldie; maid's mom.' smolt,
f011 ItENTI .-,-.1uratished one
badraans, aparhaant and Aar
convenionces. 'Excellent residen.
lial Jodie.. Available May first..
Tel. 3-4644; :
''.FOR RENT: PrithrtiOnot er
commercial office on ground floor
Edificio tirratd, corner Aye. Bal.
Itest and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 025.00. Call ,Panamo
Girdleaton, e 4:4, 3 7, 1
Malene, 3b 1 0 0 1
Trout lb 6 3 8 0
Channe' 5 4 4 0 0
rf 5 4 3 0 0
De la Mater,)r 0 0 0 1 0
, Totals- i" SI 30 24 21 6
Malek, 3b 1
Fish, etri g 1. 0
Soltys, lf 2 0
Rodriguezr" 11 ";1. 0 I
Robbins, lb 0 1,. 0 1
Kings, 2b 2 1 C
Head, 2b-lb-31y 2 1 0
Haney, ss-et -3, 0 C
'1,1 1 1 0
3 l 0 2 0
' 2 0 0 00
0 0 0
11;0 1 1 1
. 2 1 3 0
0 0 .4, 1
1 CO 0 0
-2 40'1,4 '0
1.0 0' -0
2 0 .0 1 0
So Rya, lt
'Totals ,"' 27, 4 4 20 6
Aberikatkve, 1,0 4.0 24 t
'2. 1 .0 O 0 0 2 '1-4.;' 4 12
lauricio,-.1 .0 0 0 0 2 1-4; 4 12
' AUTOMOBILE l'INANtE
., Government Employes ,i'
'',4.t,A Service Person Pel ''.'
ii''ijin,9te ;Tour New Or t
, y : Used Car ,','!i
.1''.'',..''';'''''OOVERI'4'IMENT '''' e'
, OYES, FINANCE: Co.'
! LOW, RATES UP TO 36 Mei,'
;1" ,i, i Fi-, '6,i on new:. ears :,:: ,t .':.
14:0' c,''', ", 4, '- 1 N,.
,,:lOENCY, DEItINOER ;
,,''''-441o. 43 'Automobile Row ,,,.';:
I ',!'s,1,:! ?hope 3-4984 ,- 3-4933 ;".
Ali Types of Anti ,Insuranei
Hosoital:' !;(1111; undergoing
treatment 10r,1 virus infection.
The two 'came ome
start of ,Sunday'e game with the
Yankees Jo New Yorlt, along .With
Outfielder Bill Benne, 'whO,. also
Alec infection.. 1 :
A I, 'P
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LlAyESt FOR Loulsynta
BURBANK,' Calif. (10131)Silver
Spoon, C. V. Whitney.'s filly who, is
co favorite in the winter book tO
I- ,-,-',". --:o- t. -2::;'"'Y-0 :i-- ''' l V'T, .- .- ''.-.';'-':. tit a rs- 111 : I a I -,, -: ,!.. .',1 t ''''..' i A .. .;:, . 41. .. 7 ,-- -:4;,
'LESVE"t0C111. 'AD''''' 111111" t 'DEIN OF OL'i4:i'GENTI' s011 'OUR- 'OFFICES' AT'''''' 13-31"H'''t WISEEZ, Filkik,WA ;-.1 MERIDA FRECIADO-1 Sneed No; 11 AGIDICIAII
INEERNAL DR PUBIACACIONESNc A Lofton, Plow, cAsh ZALDOCestnd Ave. 45 LOURDES FBARMACY-10 IA Coresequills IPARMACIA LOW
BARDONs. 24 -"B Street MORRISON-4th et Julp Ave J EL LEWIS SERVICEAve Tivoli Pic 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS ITNIDOS-144 Central' Are,
FARMACIA EUX46.1,64 Cenral 0VI 0 HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ. Foe do Is Oesa Ave, No. 41 PIM DOMEJune Aroussess Ave sod XI St. FAA
MACIA VAN DER IIS-50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL RATURR arque.Leterre 1 Street FARMACIA '11AS"Vis Porno IU 44 NOVellADES ATHIS-R
Beside Mello Wets Theatre stud Brood, st Willmar Super Market es VII EsPells 0 COLON OFFICE; 15th sad Antidote Guerrero No44221 w lel 4SL ,,,, ,o
Itott $A1.1: Hilltriait Minx ;
-;2Convert '58. Good condition,
'good tiros 61.400 Call Bal.
4-1895.- .786 B. ,r Tavernilla
..FOR sAtg: ,---, 1957 Buick ;4-',2
- door' Hardtop, Itadie,:- Power r
brakes and Stiering. Less then
; blue' berate,- Finance available.'
FOR SALEt.t.-, STUDEEBAKER,
TWO-TON CHASSIS', D U :r
PAID AS IS WERE IS AT
HIGH-WEATHEILY TO HIGH-o
S T BIDDER. TELEPHONE
SHELL COMPANY PANAMA
FOR SALE: Nask Rambler
,' Con. clean Eminent mockanical
condition p400,, Magnavox' 4
1 Speaker Hi.Fi 1 menthe
old -0.- Conte! type '5175.00.
Call 3-5810 after 4:30 Of Ansi Po
dor 5-119 from 11 a.M.-4p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 V-8 2-door
Ford ever drIvo: Ca 11 Cristobal
FOR IALI: '1955-Ainco Is
Mar, top, conditionv 11414 good,
WS tires, powor brakes, two-1
tone, radio, automatic transmil.
Mon., 83-5120. House 221 311
- Curundu. -,
FOR SALE: 1952 Chovrolet
, Os luxer, ponferglids,,:e 2-d r
sedan, radio. good condition.
Call 2-2188 after,5.00 p.m.
FOR SALE 1958 flymouth
Belvedere 2-door sedan, 8 Cyl.
automatic poimr steering. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1309.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Station Wagon, 32.000 ,miles.
$1,300 or boat otter, cash or
terms. Balboa 2-4257.
Bo,-m-bpr, pot Cupid
1M u rosa
AI '''4'Ai R bi ''
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HAVANA, April 14 (IIPIDO (IIPIDOminicart
minicart (IIPIDOminicart Ambassador Profirio Ru Rubirosa,
birosa, Rubirosa, representative here of a
government denounced repeatedly
by Premier Fidel Castro,, narrow narrowly
ly narrowly escaped death Friday night
when unidentified terrorists bomb bombed
ed bombed his embassy, it was announc announced
ed announced today-,
The hoznb fell lit 'ti''patie a few
feet fronV where Robirosa and
his french fifac Wife were sit sittingThe
tingThe sittingThe littackers also fired sev several
eral several shots at-the building.
No' one was injurd,
A wall shielded the ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador and his wife, dile, a former
actress, from the bomb blast. '-
Other, diplomats accredited
tbe Cohan capital sent a six-man
delegation to the foreign office WI
demand that the government gua guarantee
rantee guarantee Itibirosa's "personal safe safety,
ty, safety, Foreign minister Roberto Agra,
monte -said ',the attack Was an
"act of terrorists." He promised
an official investigation.
Thelliplomatie delegation, head headed
ed headed by, the Papal Nuncio-and in including
cluding including the ambassadors 'of
Spaim Argentina, Brazil Chile
and Mexico, demanded increased
police protection for the Domini Dominican
can Dominican embasiy and for the persons
of the ambassador and his wife.
TOT F0t,ND SAFE
'BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (UPI
A 3-year-old girl who disappear disappeared
ed disappeared Saturday while playing near
the home of her -parents rwas
found safe pesterday about half
a mile' from her. home. Police
said 4he girl, Virgie Lee o r d,
was found by a neighbor. They
,said, she was in good 'condition.
With built-in Umversiti
.Pazama ,tdol n I
win the' KentukY berbyt' left
here by plane Sunday for 1..outs 1..outsville,
ville, 1..outsville, Ky., scene of the Derby. ,,
AUNCII, OR CAR Ri I IF
The first of 'a fleet of light mod,.
ern' .or' e carriers of 19,500' tons
'dead weight,,,i especially designed
for the transatlantic trades, was
launched here, yesterday. '
FOR SALL 'soon'
-''' so. $225.00.: Living room sot
, notnet tab's,
?Ail 'totA Ohio and two over..
": stuffed chairs, $225.00. Desk.
ehal t, and other Once" ''''
$5000: Phone 34511.
-,, FOR SALE: Admiral 60 cycle 0
',- cubic- foot ;41octric rotriiorator
with soalerrinit. Now condition.
Phone Ft. Kohbo 2158 or Cu Cuninth
ninth Cuninth 2240 Monday t h r
FOR SALE: 13 ,611. ft. Deep
Freese 'Ilt.tarquette" $75.00.
House 540A-Curentlie 'Heights.
FOR SALE: Kitchen tables
$13.00, Metal Butous'
$15.00; Bunk beds $44.00
mahogany wardrbo $25'.00; me.
dern wrought iron shot re
$19.00; double beds wsprings
$12.50:, kerosene as t roe e
$111.00 small tables $S.50;
Hollywood beds wnew mattress
$49.00; nit tables $1240;
motorise $6.30; now folding beds
$27.00? pillows 61,2S)
lovely living 6. dining room sots
chrome dinotto sots In boautiful
colors, Innerspring mattresses
EASY PAYMENTS WE RE.
CONDI TION MA'TTRESSES
Household Exchaneo. National
Ave. Talc E-4911-Er 34348.,
FOR SALE! Luxurious Rat..
tan living soon; Sot. Dining sot.
G.E. rofrigerator, porcelain.
Neve Magie stove. Phono ld
FOR SALE: Bamboo soctional
circular four seat soft's, two
arm chairs and one table. Can
be seen at texaco (Panama)
Inc. office in front of Coca Cola
Bottling Co., 8:001 a.m. to
12:00 moo, and 1:00 to 5:00
FOR SALE) We leave, must
mil bedroom mt. gas love and
arib. Cuba 'Ave. No. 40-50
NEW DELHI, April 14 (tYPI)-.,
Prime 'Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
expressed new regrets today at
the Chinese ,Communists' armed
intervention in Iibet and said he
did not-t.think the Dalai Lama
would be able to return to Tibet
Nehru said hi regretted that
Peiping bad not followed it prom promise
ise promise to preserve the autonomy of
Tibet' and' observed that the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist government bad
resorted to- armed "intervention"
to put' down the anti-Communist
The Dalai-Lama, granted poli politioal
tioal politioal asylum by Nehru, still was
reported resting at the Indian ar army'
my' army' station of Bomdila In Assam.
Ile will take temporary refuge
around 'Aipril 21 at the station of
Mussocrie where he is expected
to confer with Nehru.
New reports frotn Tibet said
the Chinese had 9onsolidated
their military positions in some
parts of Tibet and had begun to
screen Tibetan?, arrest some of
them And seize their private
A dispatch from Gangtok, ca catal
tal catal of the buffer state of Sikkim
between Tibet Snd India, said
banners proclaiming "military
rule" have been displayed in the
smalt township of. Yang, 30 miles
north of' the Sikkim-Tibet border.
PLACES WS StE ORDER
, WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Army announced yesterday it is
placing an order with a French
firm for production of antitank
guided missiles "capable of put putting
ting putting out' of action any tank kniwn
to exist in present day armies."
The Army said the French corn.
Pant it Nord Aviation of Paris.
, The Pacific Steam Ilaylgation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
.FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECCADOR, PERU AND CHILE
MX. "PIZARRO" Apr. 16
, TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CAR'PAGENA. LA GUMRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA,' NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
4 , AND FRANCE
II.S. MIKEINAI DEL MAR"
, ,7111.LIPIA UZI, intim,
TO UNITED 'KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V.IgSALINAS" t oo OOOOO 411..4Apr. 24
, MN; PSALAVERRE" ... ... May ,,,
'1, ROYAL MAIL LINEri7-71'D. HOLLAND
, AMERICA LINE
' '' TO NORTH PACIFIC, PORTS
'. S.S.,' DINTELDTIC0 ... Aprit 21
BS. "DUVENDY10 ....... Aso, 3
' r, 1,?.' TO URCONTINENT
, S,S4 ,'DONGEDYK" .' ,Apr 17
r BS. "LOCH GARTH', . .. ...... May 1 I
' 0kLL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NUTICE
..1110,1(40 A ideONWM.00,10d., WA WNW,.
, ' ' ''.. ' TELEPHONES:
'" Criotobal 2-16543 Panama 2-12572 ii Balboa 2-1901
POR SALE: .06 Colorful metal
furniture; 2 cemplete dental
operating seems; 2 extra dental
1 instrument cabinets; 1 metal
-desk and chair; complete dental
- laboratory equipment; 2 safes;
- 2 filing cabinets; 1 fans; all iss
excellent condition; prolosiocal.,
seeraimd. Call 1.1664 Cris
tobal (1 to noon. 1-5 P M
1-320 evening. Can Ise nos
1 Room 11 Masonic Temple..
FOR SALE: Serval kerosene
refrigerator top freeeer.'' Cell
243147 after 5:00 p.nsi
fOR SALL Riding hoists with
, English saddle,. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Photographic an anlarger,
larger, anlarger, 2 1-2 x 3 1.2 cheap.
Also record cutting machine,
new, 300 blanks $85. Ken
Jones Panama 2-1541.
FOR SAM ROSES: Every.
Oiling you nood for them. Rosso
,Mfg. Co. agents, Milo & Cis.
Ltda., Ay B and Rio Maio.
FOR SALE: Plane $175s
Bendix automatic washing ma.
china 8125, Westinghouse reo
frigerator $60, Venetian blinds
$28. Balboa 2-4257.
NEW YORK Eddie Aram
rode Atoll to a three-quatter
length victory over favored Inten Intentionally
tionally Intentionally in the $28,600 Gptham
Stakes at Jamiica.
LAUREL, MD. Talent Show
edged out Piano Jim to win the
$68,920 Latirel Maturity.
LEXINGTON, Ky.Bill Har,
tack guided Bumpy Road to a Vs
length victory in the $12,950 Phoe Phoe,nif
,nif Phoe,nif Handicap at Keene land.
ONirREAL' The ontreil CO COntdiens
ntdiens COntdiens defeated thc,Toronto Ma Maple
ple Maple Leafs 3-1 to take' a 2-0 lead
in 'the National ,Ilockey League
Fraser won the Australian men's
hard court tennis title by defeat.
ing Roy Emerson, 6-2, 3-6, 12-10,
CREENSBORO, N.C. Dow
Finsterwald won the Greater
Greensboro Open golf tournament
with a 278 total two strokes
ahead of Masters champion Art
BEAUMONT, Tex, Betsy
Rawls finished first in the Babe
Zaharlas Women's Open golf tour tournament
nament tournament with a 54-hole score of
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Mario
Llamas of Mexico defeated Jack
Frost of Monterey, Calif. 6-2, 4-6,
6-2, 3-6, 7-5, in the final of the
Good Neighbor teruus tournament.
NEW YORKThe New York
Yankees traded infielders Tommy
Carroll and Russ Snyder to the
Kansas City Athletics for out outfielder
fielder outfielder ,Bob Martyn and third
baseman Mike Mixes. Martyn and
Bans were assigned to Richmond
of the International League.
PITTSBURGH (NEA) N it
starts raining during a game at
Forbes Field this season. a push
of a button will start the tarpau.
lin rolling over the infield.
INSIOIEr STUFF t
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (NEA)
Joe Kubarich, Ray Elit and
Frank Howard have beeh added'
to the staff of Florida State's
football clinic, June 4-6.,
Tons. Ione 15
FOR SA1.11-Lete 500 sod 1.000
ureters, le the Huey, Hiparitorno
Urban !melee- across the Remo
Racetrack. Ai late with street
halite.- towage, water main- earl
electricity. Call W., Mellareett.
FOR SALLtot 1,066 moan,
meters io the best Jecation of
La Crests. situated between "V"
Street and sew street For infor information
mation information Weise sell Tel. 2-2170
from 8 saw'. to 12 soon and front
2 om. to 5 loSN
FOS, SALS: 2 houses
Chimera'. Make offer. Los Ame Americas
ricas Americas .Stroat No. 4177. Small
house has garage.
FOR SALE: Ake Cocks, 8
Spaniel puppies blonde 11. silver.
Call Panama I-4678.
FOR SALE: 1954 Motor
bike. App lay Bldg. 10.079
Balboa Ave. No. 10.
DOGS and CATSt Train them
with "Dog Check." Maio & Cia.
Ltda., I Ave. and Rio Abair).
Byers To Condud
Amadot Army Band
In Sunday Concert
1 M. Sgt. Lloyd A. Byers Jr. will
conduct a concert to be given by
the 79 Army band at 3.30 p.m.
Sunday at the Fort Amador band bandstand.
stand. bandstand. A wide selection of 11111Sie
has been chosen for presentation.
The first half of the program
will consist of the "March Band
of America" by Bennett; "Atlan "Atlantis"
tis" "Atlantis" by Safranek; a special ar arrangement
rangement arrangement 0; of "Black Magic";
1"March Slave" by' Tachalkovsky;
"By the hie MOalien Waters,'"
an arrangement by Ketelby; "Song
of the Flame" by Gershwin and
Stothart; -and "March Chicago
Tribune" by Cha'mbers,
After intermission "Amedca the
Beautiful" by MacFarlane will be
played, followed by "Sol A Sevilla'
by Jordana; a special arrangment
of "I Get a Kick Out of You";
"Brasada," by Curzon; "Original
Suite for Military Band" by Jocab;-
1 a special arrangement of "New
Moon" selections and Jerome Kern
'songs arranged by Ledzen.- The
final number will be "March Bag Bagley's
ley's Bagley's Imperial" by Hildreth.
The public is invited to vsttend
the conceit, Seats will be provid provided,
ed, provided, Dullts To Resume
At Hospital Today
WASHINGTON, April it --(UPI)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles was expected to begin today
or tOmorrow cancer treatments
that will determine whether be
tan resume an active foreing po policy
licy policy role.
President Eisenhower held in
abeyance any decision on Dulles'
futdre in the government pending
evaluation of the, new treatments
at Walter R'eed 'Army Hospital.
The President 'visited Dulles in
Ms hospital room, foit 4.5 minutes
Asitociates of the II-weer-0W
secretary said it would ,be a mi miracle
racle miracle if he could continue for long
in the cabinet post he has held
since the -start of the Eisenhower
There was no advance word on
what type of new treatments Dul Dulles
les Dulles would get. White House news
secretary James C. Hagerty said
that whether the treatments
would involve serger or further
massive doses of radiation. would
be announced when they begin,
Dulles underwent radiation
treatment before flying to Flori Florida
da Florida two weeks ago for a rest. But
after an X-ray examination' in
West Palm Beach, he returbed
Sunday to Walter Reed !Hs the
advice of physicians.
SEOUL (UPI) Foreign Min Ministry
istry Ministry officials said today South
Korean Ambassador to the IL S.
You Chad Nang contradicted the
government's policy when he pro proposed
posed proposed all-Korea elections to unity
the nation in 'a apeech in Phila Philadelphia.
The officials said the govern governinent
inent governinent position that elections should
be held only in North Korea re remained
mained remained unchanged.
' Yang suggested that North Ko Korea
rea Korea hold elections under United
Nations supervisloo next spring,
at the lame time that South Ko Korea's
rea's Korea's national elsotions are to be
1 Miscellaneous 1
DRAWER "A", DIAILO
SOX I111. CRISTOSAL,
PHONE SALBOA S709
LADIESs Would yea like to
have a nice and perfect dress
made voider measure. Call phone
1-2117 'Salbea. ,
Boats & Motors
FOR :SALK Johnsen' 55 with
new power bead. Also 14 ft.
boat with grimed 25 and
trailer. Call 24417.
FOR SAM -- 55 foot shrimp
boat all stool fully equip equippod,
pod, equippod, 2 years old. Original cost
$42,000 will sacrifico for $25.-
000 Writ "Shrimp Boat"
Box S42, Panama,.
WANTEDI Mak Gorman
ShaPhavd PuIPP. Phan' Navy
WANT TO RENT: -- Residence
for Legation 4 bedrooms.
living rooms & garden.. El Can Canpejo
pejo Canpejo er Campo Alegre. Tet
By SAM SHULSKY
(Author, Stock Buying Guide'
and 'investing for Retirement')
Q Am wong In feeling that
splitting AT. and T. three for forone
one forone vmuld lower the rating of the
stockItvould mean 'that it would
no longer' be 'tonsidered ilTIOnt
tbe bluest el theorblue chips? -1 It
seems the chance dor speculators
to buy the stock'. will now be
A, 'Thera-10 beAll great dear
ot debate about the XT. and T.
If you oppose It You are free
to Vote against it at the annual
meeting scheduled for April 15.
I don't think it makes too
much difference whether the
stock Is split or not. You will, of
course, get a 10 percent in,
!crease in dividenta The stock.
will sell at a lower price, I'ni
sure that doesn't mean specula speculators
tors speculators will control it You can't
"rig" the market movements ofl
a stock which haumore than 2101
million shares outstanding.
Now do ,I think the split reduc-
es the "Olusete in the6 company's
"blue W0,, rating. (It st41
comMand et ;A' plue4tanding
the financial manualk
I think. there are, lot of peo people
ple people such as yourself who feel
that the old stock, selling at 'a 'around
round 'around 5250, lent a certain pres prestige
tige prestige whlch the new stockaup stockaupposedly
posedly stockaupposedly around $80--would not
have. But certainly k should
make no difference in quality,
and in your determination to hold
it as an investment.
Q. Last DeceMber I tIt
some shares left me by my late
husband into a nearby broker
to have it changed to my name.
A bank helped me prepare the
papers. It is now three months
and ',have not received the certi certificates..
ficates.. certificates.. The broker said I (War
to have patience and that it
would take a directors' meeting.
A. I dont care for that bro broker's
ker's broker's line. That "directors' meet meeting"
ing" meeting" business is Sheer nonsense nonsenseFor
For nonsenseFor that matter I see no reason
why the bank didn't send it off
diectly to the transfer agent. I
think it's time for you to get
Q. am 47, with two young
children; hold 200 shares of Penn PennTexas
Texas PennTexas Corp. a customers' man
talked me into buying a few'
years ago at 18. Should. I take
A. Unfortunately, there was a
lot of "talking" about Penn-Texas
by customers' men a few
years back and a lot of people,
such as yourself, were hurt as a
However, don't think that's
any -reason to panie now. The
stock has come back from a to
of around three to the eight-to-0
nine range. It seems the compa company
ny company has clearly gone through the
worst of its troubles. Manage Management
ment Management is completely new, has add added
ed added to assets, redueed debut and
refinanced the business on con conventional
ventional conventional tem& I.think the meat
recent financing was on a 04 per
cent basis a favorable rate by
any comparison. And the compa company'
ny' company' should show some, profits this
It's true you've bad s rough
dme but that wouldn't indicate
you should sell out now just
when the company's affairs seem
on the uptrend,
Q. I bought some holding com company
pany company stock at 412. It is now down
to around three. I have too ma many
ny many speculative- stocks, but feel
that if this atm would show some
IS FOR SALK
WANTED3 -- Salesman for Ito.
frigoratioo oppototos, Imam
commission., Tropolso, S.A.
Diti Radios. Transitare
Wa service all makes
ant models. Wit don't eretand
guarantee ear wok. ltie 'taw
ante ft. '4'
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tlyall 1
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 1-1905. I
For lyttor Rom Unice. A1,1199
Phone 3-7607 Familia. Simko,'
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 Lim:,
Costal largo advice all hums
Transport Trucks, Traders, leer'
livestock, etc. Call Panama
3-6852 b 3-0620.
Pretest -year hems end propec4'
ty, against inset, dangle.
Prompt scientific treatment Ana,
emergency or monthly budget
bade. Telephone Pronto Ureic,
Panamell.7977 or Colon 1777.
NEW YORK, April 14 turn
Stocks extended yesterday's gainr
at a fairly active opening todaV
All' major groups ,participatec
in the advance, which brough
gains of a point or more into the
ACF 12 :
Advocate Ashestm 340b
Alleghany Corp 12
Aluminium Ltd 28
Amer Cyanamid 33
Amer llotOrs 33
Amio-Ter:!and Tel 243, 1,
Anaconda oppet got
:,Ark3311!,- 1 4514'
Bettingee Corp i
Bicrott :Uranium tilb 2
British Pet 343
Canadian Eagto ,ISis
Cerro de Pasco 321
Chicago : Great West 141
Cities Service SPA 1
Coastal Carib. 1:,
Creole Pet SS :
Crowk,Cark and Seat ligS
',Cuban Venezuelan, On b
Du Pont 123-,
El Paso Natural gas ' 33
Fairchild Engine 3
Fairchild Engine Pi
Fargo Oil 6
Felmont Pet 111,
General DYnrniles WA'
General Electric 81
General 'Motors 46
Genera PlYwood 24
Gulf' Olt 112;4t
Harsco Steel 40141i
Hayden Newport 181s
Imperial 011 43 i
Intl Pet 37341)
Genera rlYwood 24
Gulf' OH 112;4
HHaarysdecon Sititeeewl port
Imperid 011 43
Intl Pet 3734b
Lorillard 29 1
Martin Co. 16 1
New Eng Tel and Td 173
Northrop Air 4314
Olin Matbieson 47Ya
Pan Israel till",
Pantepec Oil g '1:
Phillips Pet SO I
Pure Oil CIA I
Reynolds Metal IVA
Royal Dutth Shea 41,'-,
San Jacinto 11044'
Shell Transp 19 l
Signal' Oil and Gas 22'
Sinclair Oil 141,'
Socony, Mobile 42
SPerr Rand 22
Standard Oil N5 811'
Sterling Precision 434,1
, Studebaker-Packard 12
Superior Oil 1917
Texas Gulf Prods SO
United Canso 011 2734b
US Rubber 93 t
US Steel 11191,41
'Westinghouse Mei a 79
Wheling Steel Oh
Jn First Degree ,,.,
An exemplification f the
first degree of the Knights or
Columbus was held by the Pan 4
ama-Balboa Council 1371 ,re
cently at the, Council's Hayr
Recipients of the degrne wers,
lIenry T. AmellirMigual A. Eal
nitez, Enrico J. Caruso, Angeir,
M. Caterina, Porfirio N. De ts'
Carza, Carmen, A. Fin, Jose
Garcia, Edward. P. Kennelly
Thoznas AKOranda and,
(Mal Lunt.. k 4.
Alno Eugene P,, McGreal,,Ismze
R. O'Brien,',Itichard It Sennett!
Edward C. Sprute, Norman A.t
Tremblay,' Thoznas J. 'Whaler
1 .1r., and John. Zionkolald, Jr.
traits I Would ling it sad tu:
A. In other words,, you're wil,i
ing to mond your ways, but en
at a watt --, I
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RIFLE TEAM PRESENTATION Colonel Ralph A. Jones Jr., commanding officer, lst Battle
Group, 20th Infantry. FortKobbe, presents the first place rifle team plaque for Fort Kobbe company
level coropetition to Capt. Robert S. McClenaghan, commanding officer of A Company. The com company
pany company also won second place in the pistol matches. Leading the rifle team was Sgt. John D. Arthur,
who received the second place individual medal for his score-of 564 during the match. Sergeant
Juan Perez-Perez paced the pistol team with a sc ore of 1455 which brought 'him the first place in individual
dividual individual medal. (U.S. Army Photo)
:y MURRAY ERMAN
FITSBURGH (NEA) --,-. Danny
urtaugh wears a big chew of
bEtco, a trace of a pot belly o ow
w ow Ms belt, a dented nose, solid
w -and a quiet toughness.
His Pittsburgh club w ent
rough spring training with
wer' "ifs" Ulm any outfit in
onda. Danny gi a ,no-nonsense
anager who would net tindei tindeiInd
Ind tindeiInd the occult chants of Casey
engel or the 2 studied non-comMance
of k'red lianey, ,...4 1
' ,, 4
As early as, the first week
, was ,,set 4,sit oven. positions.
i, didn't know if. Ted Klus Kluswski,
wski, Kluswski, Dick Stuart or Rocky
ison would play first base.
wasn't uecided between
bk fates and Smokey Bur Burs
s Burs beninu the plate.
se nad, however, no thought
platooning. g Uaat t ma...es
old-lashioneu, he's-. Vie. Jest
dout against it. .,
'A big league player,'" say,
inny, '.shoula be able to lut
ILianny is not fancy w 1,t, b
line only young pitcher who
s a cnance to ureak into his
rting rotation is Bennie Dan Dans.
s. Dans. Danny said, 'Ise his tne
repertoire. That's wb a t
kes (Jimmy, a zoacja) saw it
s. I hardly know what the
C Ownici Prepares
!pener On April 11
1 he Junior College Green Dev
are busily making prepare prepared
d prepared ns for this year's floor skirm skirm.
. skirm. l es. Twelve candidates have
' ad out for this. season's team.
is hoped that many of theft
s will make up in determine determine:
: determine: n and desire what they may
. k in raw talent and experi experi,
, experi, ce.
. t he nucleur os tbis J.C. entry
, 11 be Wild William Gibson, dine dineiitive
iitive dineiitive Donnie Alexander and
dlege's own Tower of Babel,
, ery Alexander. The "Big Thrte"
'the Green and White compris comprise
e comprise truly representative group.
rson performe4 last year for
!, istobal High; Gary worked for
'I ; lboa Higie School and Donnie
b I s Junior College's main-s ay
1 til injured early in the seasonb
oach Brown's problem will be
, find a tew more capable ath ath'.
'. ath'. les to .augmem this talented
, o. At the moment an Interest Interestbattle
battle Interestbattle for the fourth and filth
- isitions on the team is being
eged by returning letter man
, uce Spurlock, BHS squad-mem,
of last year, George Trimble;
d a pair of dark horses, Gene
eh and Ronnie Mead.
; ii e Devils are ctmrently undc undc,
, undc, ?,, ted in exhibition gatnes hav hav1
1 hav1 t dropped the Athletic Club,
i '', man-Nat;y and Ft. Kobbe's
1 i, D Battlegroup. Little is
1 "tt own at this time about the
1 ,,' ength ind weaknesses of the
i er twit school teams. You can
f: sure that the heavily popula t t'
' t' Balboa High School will come
with a well-drilled starting
e wi h many, many capable
v, 1 is equilly certain that the
f ,',44 cbool of Basketball and Ap Ap,
, Ap, ,',, ed Arts" in Cristobal will be
Jepented -by a group of speed speed,
, speed, ) ,hifty hoonsters who have
'f, ,, ?it indoctrinated with he Ma Mat
t Mat ..4 e rychr'ogy that "we are the
' F 6 ec," 0,- ,, may well be capable
' It rriv'ng ltf
words means, much less how to
'Our strongest point," Danny
analyzed, as the Pirates return returned
ed returned north, "is the middle, with
Dick Groat and Bill Mazerositi.
They say Groat is ,slow, but I
look for an InB9lijeK,to move the
shortest distance sin the quickest
time. Groat can do that.'
Danny ran down the rest of
his club, like this: 1
"We're hoping to get as many
games we can out of Klu.
He took five incbes off the mid middle.
dle. middle. If Stuart drops the ball,
watch outhe's having trouble
with his throwing.
"We're really fast in the out outfield.
field. outfield. Clemente's as good as any
in baseball. Skinner Tame on last
season, was about to become a
major league left fielder. V,r V,rdon's
don's V,rdon's a fine center fielder.
"Don't know about Folles and
Burgess. Smoky looks least hke
a ballplayer of anyone I've ever'
oeen, with that belly of his. But
he can hit. We've got a deeper
"Friend, Law, Kline, Witt, Ray Raydon
don Raydon and Haddix are our sUrtert.
irates' Murtaugh Is Last
Holdout Against Platoon
Faze and Gross give us right,
left relief. Hoak on third helps
defensively and gives us aggres aggressiveness.'
siveness.' aggressiveness.' Mention of Hoak reminded of
a little incident when the Pirates
had taken on the New York Yan Yankess
kess Yankess in St. Petersburg.
Hoak saw Blackie Sherrod, the
Dallas sports writer, covering the
baseball camps, and chided him,
"You're front-running, huh?''
"Just getting a World Series
previewi' shrugged Blackie.
Hoak pondered a second, then
said, "I'm not sure the Yankees
will make it."
That type of confidence seems
to pervade Danny Mtirtaugh and.
SYRACUSE (NEA) Finding a
quarterback is Syracuse's priori.
ty task in spring practice. Chuck
Zimmerman and Dan Fogarty
have ended their college careers.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (NEA)
Tomy Lee was purchased for
$6,720 as a weanling. The colt
won $213,460 as a two-year-old.
1 SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!' '00oril
I TM IRONING HOUR!. N
Salina a esos
tit BIG Ironing
oiti in tho little hors
Tat PANAMA s APAENICAN DIDEPENDENT DAILY NNWSPAPLI1
Loop In ,1!
CINCINNATI,- Ohio (UPI). A
published report yesterday that
financial backing is ready for a
bird major baseball league- for
the 1961 season drew surprised
resctions from baseball, officials.
Cincinnati Poat and, Times-Ater
sports editor Pat Marmon., ill
copyrighted Story, a i d, Poe
bird major league is closer
you think." ,,,, v,
' Hernion gaoled Warren biles,
National League president, .."as
saying. "it will te much easier
to form a new eight-team'Alajor
leagtie than to imam!, the pre"-
ent leagues from eight to ,,ten
Nationally known broadcatitor
Harry Wismer said the backers
for the lew league had pledged
the MOneY at a meeting three
weeks ago. ",
Teams in the league will be i
New York, Houston, Montreal,
Toronto,. Dallas, Minneapolis MinneapolisSt.
St. MinneapolisSt. Paul, and two still to be se selected,
lected, selected, Harmon wrote.
Have Financial Backinit
The New York team will play
at Flushing Meadow id a hew
park built by the Port Authority,
the paper said. Financial backing
is pledged by a group brought to together
gether together by William Shea, chair chairman
man chairman of the New York City May Mayor's
or's Mayor's Committee for Baseball, it
Shea, in New York, Would not
"We feel. the only opportunity
for obtainktg a major league
franchise for New York is the
formation of a third major
league. That is our objective," he
Other baseball men expressed
surprise. Giles declined to add
But Frank Lane, Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians general manager, said he
felt expansion of the two existing
leagues to 10 teams "is the logi logical
cal logical fore-runner to a third league.
Lack of players is not one oUthe
problems. Lack of a Midair
in some cities."
Powell Crosley, president of the
Cincinnati. Reds and Gabe Paul,
Reds general manager, said they
haktit, hoard, et plans for.4.00
new league. 1-4 .)v
Pflul said, "I think the present
major leagues would cooperate
with a new league."
Joe Brown, Pittsburgh Pirates.
general manager, said he hadn't
hard about "definite, plans. If
third league tires ,to operate in independently,
dependently, independently, ft will have more
problems than if it works thynugb
"They would find it very ex expensive
pensive expensive to meet the present pen.
mon system for players," Brown
Pensions start at S88 monthly
at age 50 for a player with five
year's eymerience and go to 1,550
at age 65 for a 20-year playm.
Carlos Ortiz TKO's
Mahon In sixth
NEW YORK. Awl! 14MPI)
Tho International League begins ita
76th team tonight with hones that
it will enjoy one of Da most profit profitab1;1
ab1;1 profitab1;1 years in a decade.
Threats of a player strike and
the problems creatad lyg the Fidel
Castro revolution in Cuba have
been forgottgn and league secreta secretary
ry secretary Harry Simmona reporta the
clubs may approach the league
record attendance of 2.4-million set
Tha Montreal Rovals are at Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, the &Maio Ilisonq at Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, the Rocbaster Red Wings at
Columbuot Rnd the Toronto Manle
Leafs at Havana in the opening openingnight
night openingnight schedule.
,g7nterest is high everywhere."
aald Simmons. "Everything noints
to a great season and possibly the
best in 10 years."
DANE WINS TOURNEY
CANNES, France (UMTor (UMTorben
ben (UMTorben Ulrich of. Denmark won' the
men's singles title in the Carlton,
tennis tournament Sunday whew
he uoset Robert Hai Het of France,'
6-4, 0-6, 674, 2-6, 6-2.
RACE RAMED OUT' ''
TRENTON, N.J. (UPI) Rain
forced the postponement Sunday'
of the 100-mile national cham championship
pionship championship auto race at the Trenton I
Speedway in the midst of .the
time trials. The race for Indianapolis-type'ears
will be held next
Sunday, April, 19.
SPORTS CAR OWNERSg',-.
Participate in Rallies, ,,
Gymkhanas NO 0
jSTHMIAN GPORTS ,,
, -Chi!? CL1111
Next inuainem Meeting, t
lirritta, April :44
Yet Nether information tell
lob Harvey. Panama 114011.1
Had Welahaar, Navy "12115
1959 PAP SOFTBALL CHAMPSMS Army Signal Service (Quarry Heights). Back low (left to right) Eugene Barashes, lohn Shave!,
Clifford. Cavitt, Phillip Girdiestoni Al Ausmus, Leo Zanatta, Luther Stortreon, Marion Barnes. Front row (left to right) George Bate:, re
Daniel O'Conner, Jtober.t Barris, Claude Lowther, George Curtis, Pete Reyna, Edward &chuck. -
NEW YORK (NEA) Making
the heavyweight champion t h e
challenger, Cuss-D'Amato manag-
ed Floyd Patterson' into obscuri obscuri,
-D'Amato timed Patterson into
a' road show, which now is more
than ever out of focus.
.D'Amato overnight digs up pro promoters
moters promoters nobody ever heard of.
Sb, after signing wth Bill Rosen Rosenablin
ablin Rosenablin for Patterson to defend a against
gainst against Ingemar Johansson in
New York., June 25, a really at attractive
tractive attractive match, D'Aniato on( Mar.
13 suddenly announced that hii
figer would warm up in a 15-
round match with Brian London
at Las Vegas, April 21. The
promoter was to he Cecil
Rhodes, billed as a young steel
executive out of Bayonne, N. J.
Rhodes admitted that this was
his-first venture in the beak bust busting
ing busting business., 01 h k,
Contacted id '',.fia0i'Veglia;'
don Katleman',','-proprietor of El
Rancho Vegas, speaking forthe
hotelmen and Convention 'Bu 'Bureau,
reau, 'Bureau, said all ,he knew about the
fight was what Joe E. Lewis, the
entertainer, told him on the tele tele,phone.
,phone. tele,phone. When, Rhodes finally contacted
Katleman, -the late was moved
back to MaY 1 to colnade with
the televlsion' schidult,
Now 'D'Amato and Rhodes say
the fight will take place at the
Indianapolis Coliseum. It proba probably.
bly. probably. will have to settle there.
There hardly Is time for it to fi finally
nally finally wind up in 'rimbuctoo or,
50. somewhere in Tib,et, which
Ifs where it belongs.
RHODES' EXCLISE FOR quit quitting
ting quitting on Nevada was "there 'Ivas
intimation that Las Vegas money
was behind the fight"
Rhodes neglected ,to say when,
Las Vegas money became unac unacceptable
ceptable unacceptable in prize fighting, and
Katleman -explains that it .Was
just the other way around, any anyway.
way. anyway. o'
"What we wanted to know was
just whose money was behind
it tt says Katleman, exPlaining
tl;at he wouldn't know Rhodes it
he walked up to him. "As far' as
we were concerned, Rhodes was
an Itinerant promoter without' a
license, a peddler, without a pro product.
duct. product. He did not come to Las Ve Vegas,
gas, Vegas, nor did he send papers.
"While we didn't particularly
want a fight involving Brian Lon London,
don, London, we were willing to cooper cooperate
ate cooperate financially to a reasonably
extent, but the whole -thing was
off when Rhodes started talking
$250.000 by long distance.
"We didn't like the fight or the
date, which is the eve of the
D'Amato's frantic matchmaldng,
the outgrowth of his one-man crud
sade against. the late Internation International
al International Boxing Club, created another
bewildering situation. e
CHICAGO (NEA) The- big.,
gest relay team in the history of
thfOlni.ed States will cary ;he
Friendship Torch to Chicaga,. to toburn
burn toburn at Nthe Pan American
Games, Aug. 27-Sopt. 7, 4
It will run the longeAt' route,
1,464 miles from ther MexiCan
border at Laredo. The team will
be composed of nearly 2,000,
members.of the Boy Scouts of, A
merles. Tradition calla for the
delivery of the torch from .he
site' of tbe most recent' Garnets..
in this case Mexico City, where
the 1955 competition was held.
Mexican lads will deliver the
torch at the border, where
merican Scouts will take overk
Using the official Boy Scuut pace
run' 50 steps, walk 50 steps
the American youngsters will ad
vance the tore!) along the high highways
ways highways of five itates4t the rate ef
one mile evey 12,minutes,, ,,-
Running only in daylight, they
will cover approximately 60
miles a -day.
adly Out Of l'octig
By HARRY GRAYSON) THE PRESENT 'MIXLIP dates
hack to last December, when
NEW YORK (NE6,) Making Jack Solomons, IBC ally, match,
ie heavyweight champion t h e ed London to box Henry Cooper
iallenger, CusstD'Amato mewl,- in London, Jan. 12. D'Amsto had
1 Floyd Patterson' into obscuri. Harry Levene, his, private over over,
, over, seas promoter, guarantee the
,D1Amato timed Patterson' into winner $70,000 for taking a crack
-road show, which now is more at Patterson's crown in this con,
tan ever out of focus. ty. When Cooper cut up London
D'Amato overnight digs up pro- and won, he demanded $140,000.
liters nobody ever heard of. He was urged to do so by Sola Solara,
ra, Solara, after signing wLh Bill Rosen- mons and that put him on D'A D'Adin
din D'Adin for Patterson to defend a- meo's blacklist and London ;n
ainst Ingemar Johansson in lie picture.
ew ,York, June 25, a really at- Meanwhile, Eddie Borden, who
active match, D'Aniato on(Mar. books American fighters for Le Le1
1 Le1 suddenly announced that hie vene, signed ,Harold, Carter, the
ger would warm up in a 15- New Jersey heavyweight, to en eniund
iund eniund match with Brian London gage London in London.
t Las Vegas, April 21. The When D'Amto ',heard about it,
romoter was to be Cecil he hit the roof.
hodes, billed as a young steel "Carter Will kill him," shout shouttecutive
tecutive shouttecutive out of Bayonne, N. J. ed CuK He roasted Levene for
hodes admitted that this was 45 minutes in a trans-Atlairic
islirst venture in the beak bust- telephone call which coat UV
ig business., h -cA k, and t ended in the parter, match
Contacted id ';,BiteVegliS;' beitir Canceled "because London
on Katleinan;','-proprietor of El had a bad back." or,0
ancho Vegas, spegking forthe Now it's Indianapolls4rovided
lotelmen and Convention 'Bti- enough money comes from some someaau,
aau, someaau, said all ,he knew about the where., t
NEW YORK (NEA) rWith the
exception of Alaska, every state,
including Hawaii, produced at
leas'? one of the foals registered
for thoroughbred racing this veat.1
,A total of 10,757 were register registered
ed registered with The Jockey Club of whizh
963 were foaled outside of the
continental limits of the,- United
States. Of these 803 were foaled
in Canada, 100 in Mexieo, 39 in
Cuba and 21 in Puerto
Breeding running horses in ',A.
laska la not as remote as one
might suspect. The coastal re.'
gions in the southern part of the
state are fertile and 'grassy.
Temperatures are no colder than
those of Idaho and Montana.
Several owners of thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds residing in Alaska have
been breeding stock in Washing Washington.,
ton., Washington., Now, that their homeland is
a member of the Union it would
be a 'matter of pride for them to
experiment in Alaska, ,
As usual,t Kentucky was the
foalinuplace et the highest per percentage
centage percentage of the foals with t 5,u61,
almost one third of the total.
California accounted for 1,502
Virginia wes a distant third
Maine and ,Mississippi ,juit
missed being blanked, each re re,
, re, porting ,one.
Big Poke Is
pirtsBunG11 (NEA) Pie
Traynor says the big difference
between baseball when he play played
ed played (1920-37)n and now is that it
has been turned into a s'rictly
offensive game. .,
," "That's why the Yankees win
all the time,' ,pointi 'out the .11alb
of, Fame third basenfan. 'IEvery 'IEverybody
body 'IEverybody but the pitcher hits the ball
out of the park,' ,
"A Couple of years ago :n
Pittsburgh, I saw the ban hit 426
feet over the right-center field
fence et Forbes Field three times
in two Nveeks.Dale Long hit the
first Duke Snider, hit one even
farther,.," Then,' Step hfusiat4out hfusiat4out,did
,did hfusiat4out,did both.h,'
,,I,INone of toe grearst, bitters )
saw in 17 years there ever hit
the ball that far." "--
' COAEH 000131-01k
, A TA (NEA) DYnamite
Goodloe was ,, Janied freshman
line coach 1,of the Georgia Tech 1
football squad. Recruiting is
pected to be the farpous amateur
, -0 ,',
"Have bum, will travel." ',This
would be boxing's 'version of the
popular TV charade. From oil ac accounts
counts accounts Cua D'Amato doea have a
bum, and patently isno,, allergiq
to, scenic shifts.- 4
As proprietor of the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion, gloomy Cus
a one-man monopollst; lie picks
opponents, names promolers, se selects
lects selects battle sites' dictates terms,
even haunts halls.
Ms immediate' activity is ped peddling
dling peddling Briati London as something
of a challenger' en ectivity
has been ,,,aeriously,t om,t:irtMlised
by the extraordinary act that
the heavyweight's own homeland,
Great Britain, officially ridicules
First Colorado Springs, then
Las Vegas, managed.to escape the
shuddermg indignity; fr,thouA
the case of the latter it was a pei.
rilously close call. But sow, unless
theigovernor can be Oevailtd on
Ito act-,1.or an aretteetTeltlaen
takes 'steps, Indisinapolls4IeemS
hopelessly, hooked with it.
And Ingy, Johanason has done
nothing to create a more charita charitable
ble charitable mood. "I wouldn't even
have London for a sparring par0
near. If he lasts More than hail
ter: If he lasts mire than Patter Patterson's
son's Patterson's being kind to him.", Such
melancholy' observe 'ions t are hot
calculated to ',Stimulate spectator
Patterson-4irst name Floydis
the heavyweight champion.- He's
'he one Ladon is to Meet in
dianapolis for a tunelup caper
after which' Pattermon will fight
Johansson in New York.
The Swede's savage blast at
Landon reflects the uniqueness of,
his position in the 'icontemporaly
heavyweight picture. He presumes
to speak out in this ,,, unclubby
manner because he recognifes his
importance- to gloomy Cus and the
champion. The Swede's the- only
eitqllinger the public will nay to
see, In fact, there's considerable
moretn'erest in him than there
is in the champion.
'More than likely, the Swede's ft-, 4
blast VILIS directed less the 4mnti4
British reject than at the 'peculiar 4-
thinking back of a relatively
cheap, poirless promotion which , ytt-.s
would endanger, no matter how r ''',A;?770
Motely, la prospective million dol. -'31-"P ,
lar gate., , -
- They Need Nitre
Only the totally submissive and
servile are granted working Pri1
lvileges in the D'Amito vineyards.
This may explain why so few' of
his frontmen get a return book book'
' book' tog. The firs' time they stray from
the prepared ,saript, they become
suspect, and out they go. .b. And
then war being introduced tO
people like Bill aosensohn and
Cecil B. Rhodes Jr. as promotert.
Nice, affable young college gen gentlemen,
tlemen, gentlemen, but until Dude tame up
with them, they had to be the
most spectacularly' unknOwn' men
in the rowdy old racket ''" ;,
'rhis is what frames ''Johani ''Johanison's
son's ''Johanison's blatant mockeries in singu,
1st audacity. He can stieer With
complete immunity becaue it
sail takes two to tango; what's
more, D'Amato doesn't dare use
anybody else 3111Ce the Swede ; is
supposed to be a prestige fighter
and the public has grown, weary
of' the- succession'', of o',Po'povers
D'Ainato has beett'l:,feeding his
slothful tiger. "
Apparently, the Swede' finds the
role of ,heckler mischievously 1-
musing. His latest blast-It- V.
Amato's curious challenger "My
'kid sisier can beat him."
, Hoosier-- Greats,
7n' other Years Indiana, 'a fertile
soil tor cauliflowers', was a ,
state for prize fighters, with flo&, :s',
m indianapoli r,;,
Terre klau,e, Vincennes and OUCh
Bud Taylor, was as line d ban..
tamweight as the,game has ever :l
had.' Pound for pound,, Jack. DIP 7-1
lon, may haVe stood majestically
alone, and if the ring ever saW a
more cyclonic battler than bola-, '44,4
terous old Chuck Wigging('
name never reached, these ells., 1
At one time or another ive got
rto see all, three of these militant
Boosidrs in action,' and, each, in -
its different way, wall a memora
bib experience. It's no- more than LI;
an opinion, of course, yet we'd ;,"-doid;
have !dcalbr-' that ,Tattirson
could ha'ndle pion; he-iivas no : I
more' than a middleweight, but
the appelation, "giant killer,l, be-,A
4tame Min; i,handsoniely,:, A
thing,' it ;was toit, conservative '
Th- 'Ich Teen-Age Baseball 41
'Lean .111 hold its annual ban. II -'"
' quoit on Sunday,'Aeril 19.4t 5:30 -It'll'
p.m. at the Teen Club, Rosevelt '' '' '..i
rAYnnue. Balboa Canal Zone.- ''', tcl.
Trophies will be awarded to ,,t,'T
members of the first and second 0 4z e, z'
place teams by the league's press- 1 ,,fr
l&nr, Jack C. Rartdall. '' ,,,,,r,it
The feature of this year's ban. ,,,-"-,...- 1
twat will be the home prepared ,,,..,-1,
dishes by the Parents and served ,,,,4f:r-,1
in a communitv spirit'In which ,-,,,,,k- frJ
all rivalrY of the oast season is ,, -, i,t411-
fgrpotten.' After dinner, movies iil',,,,!
featuring baseball will be shown. '' to
AQUEDUCT -OPENING ,,.
NEW YORK (NEA) -0- New
York's new Sa -Aoueduct
race track opens Sept, 14,
IPLINTY OF POWER:
A pewarfl origin quickty answers tifft
pawor dattnand...packs reserve armor foe t a
fast starts and grads dinthirtg.. r
IASI, TO' OPERATIC .5' ?-.? 4
All cantrals cora Positioned for 'easy rights i 1 a
Aand operation, Stoorlog Is effortless. fet :
PAST BRAKING ACTION. '
Itsevit duty hydraulic brakse"plus trtra
braking surface assvro ,safa,,supt, end !, icItr ;
SMOOTH LIFT: ,,,'
Aollsr-sarriatittprights alintlaitts filition and
was of power ..,,spoad lifting under all
load sanditions. ,
2,000 tit 10,000 lbs. with fluid Couplina tog ,
, Standard tronsmistion. 3,000 to 1,000
with tala torque transmission. , ',
???, r,. A 46'
'44. COLON ,??? ?
' ? A. Powell "S.''A''''
' ?AGE SEVEN
TO Li C ks
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woatagodovaill I '7: :
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n Shavel,' I ..-ii, .''l
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,.),, ., t,tp, )
, ,,,, -tt. A!
, s;.4 --,
" ", ,,r ,e ....: i ;
n'O,' i fertile ,':7:';''',1-, '''''
was a lively'. ., ,1,,, ,I
s, with flo&, f ,,, 1
Ps and such,- :;,
line d ban. 7.,, 7.11
ne has ever ';',' ,,1 $
1,, Jack. DIP 7-1 i
ever saW a --
r than bolo., , -.4,1
rigging(' th, r 'v 4,;;:
these ells. .,,, ,,,:-' i
)ther,ive got --,,-1'.;
lese militant ,..4
nd, each, in --,,,,ri
I I memorp .- 'Al
o- more than "i 'I'll
,' yet we'd '', ,,,,,,,,,
t ,Tatterson .'',4 11,,14'
he",Was no '' 1
weight, but ' i;
t killer,l, be. 2 t$ ezti
,13';" If 'Ility. R I q' I
servative i 11:''
tgue f. ;,7.1
..,,. e '
igo Baseball 4,
annual ban. 1 -'''
II 19,4t 5:30 -01t'll'
bc'Itoosovalt '' .r.l'
lel Zone.- '''', qt-l
awarded le ,.ity
. and second o e, ;!
laque's prop ,' ,1ifp
ill. ' ' ilcp,4411'
year's bam ,--,- I
no proparod ,!. P.'
t and served ,,,,f:r.,. I
rit-In which ,-,,,,A. f,
st :season is ,,--, i,,,,t,i1.
mar,' movies iil-,iti!
III be shown. f
'ENING ,qtrE 4
illy0;17,ANclue: :...,, ,,,:.:1::,
......31 Sept, 14, :',, ',..:,,,,,., :ft-, ,4,
4 ,. i. 11.TSBURGH
Z L,, urtaugh wears
baico, a trace
, r Ms belt, a d
..1 w -and a quiet
I i' Els Pittsburg!
,,- rough spring
i it' wer "ifs" tha
,'; f,',4 onda. Danny 0
I 's.,' anager who v
''', Ind the occult
, V( ngel or the
).' tttance of k re(
- i s early as,
--,1 was set 441
11 didn't know
wait', Dick St
r I !son would P
': I wasn t u,
',. 1 isk foiles an
'',1; 8 beninu the
''' se nad, howe
1 dont against
1,,, 'A big teat
,, tnny, -shout('
i ly pitching."
, 1Danny is n(
, tras, either.
nbe only yot
s a cnance tc
' rting rotation
s. Danny s(
, kes tdimm)',
, s. I hardly
' C 011inti
' r r inlers
Ihe Junior Cc
.i ns for this yl
. i es. Twetve
' ed out for 0
is hoped that
: a will make
' n and desire
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confirm this. NEW YORK (NE6,) Making Jack Solomons, IBC ally, match, w
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for obtainktg a major league
franchise for New York is the challenger, Cuss.D'Amato mane, in London, Jan. 12. D'Amsto had el
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league. That is our objective," he ''. ,, ,, seas promoter, guarantee the tt
D'Amato timed Patterson' into winner $70,000 for taking a crack
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than ever out of focus. ty. When Cooper cut up London a
Other baseball men expressed
surprise. Giles declined to add D'Amato overnight digs up pro- and won, he demanded $140,0oo. o
moters nobody ever heard of. He was urged to do so by Solo- le
further comments. Sb, after signing wLh Bill Rosen- mons and that put him on D'A- e
But Frank Lane, Cleveland In- sOhn for Patterson to defend a- metes blacklist and London ;n
dians general manager, said he d
gainst Ingemar Johansson in Ile picture.
felt expansion of the two existing New York, June 25, a really at- Meanwhile, Eddie Borden, who ol
leagues to 10 teams "is the logi- tractive match, D'Amato on( Mar- hooks American fighters for Le- b
cal fore-runner to a third league.
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TNT Defense In3 lithttere from I
the town of Santa Crue'wilf prae
Vice first aid three nights a week
in preparation for a Safety Day
competition, 'Mrs. Ruby Wilson,
town warden, announced. The
training sessions will be held
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri.
days at 1;30 at the service cell.
ter. fit..s,f &Kers, 'are reiluest
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will be graduated hr instructor
William H. Gordon on Wednes
day night at,8 o'clock. Those who
will receive their American Red
Cross cards and Civil Defense
Frank' Ward, Cecilia White Ol Olga,
ga, Olga, Winter, Mary Yard Winston
Woodcook,,,,Ariqe tpalgto, Dia.
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President Sukarno and (Abet In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian leaders.
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latit Jubllatit Neapolitans lit bonfirea in the
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,,, VANDENBERG AFB, Calif, April 14 (UPI)Scientists working against 900-1 ,odds hoped to receverait instruA
brt package tcklay from the polar orbiting Discoverer II satellite. li : .
4'4.4. But officials rtiust first determine whether the 1;600-pound baby,,M-o-on hasstabilited in a flight position'ttorid,
,tetal to earth, necessary before the 195-pound instrument capsure can be ejected'over:the PacitiO Ocean, '' '
:',7Z Signals from the Air Force Satellite, blasted into space yesterday ,as part of a:tong-range' project iesigtled to
gild to manned vehicles, were received "loud and clear" :at stations'in Haviaiii Alaska and here. t ,,,, ,, '-
'-"' The launching took place at this base about 170 Miles north of Los,'Angeles ,, ..
''.:,' An attempt at Cape Canaveral, Fla., yesterday to send up two, earth satellites-in alingle Vanguardlocket fa fait)
it) fait) when the rocket's second stage did not fire properly.
: The Vanguard carried in its slowly in a descending orbit around to putting rats, monkeys aud then on a column of flame. It seemed
third stage a metallic cylinder de- the earth and be visible to moon- man into space. to poise briefly as it gathered
Ogned to collect data on the watch teams. Standing on its pad in bright strength for its long leap upward..
eirth's magnetic field anfl, another Discoverer II was reported by sunshine, 18-foot Discoverer El .
aatelhte made of an inflatable pies- the air force orbiting the earth looked like a toy to hewsmen from r
ree Medical Care,
ItO balloon which was to drift enfvernry20..8ttamninrielor meikepes :dn. amositnteenntesarlalYtertwothimle e40ayway. But r
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Weather Or Not
' This weather report for the 24
boars ending a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
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Panami Canal Company:
'1, Balboa Cristobal
High ........ 92 83
' Low ......... 77 80
High ...... 90 91'
,;Low ......... 53 65
.; (max. mph),NW-19 NE.18
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(inner harbors) 75 83
Gatlin Lake ......... 83.50
Madden Dam 224.96
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15
TODAY! - .40,
3:00 5:00 k-17:001 9:00 p.m.
YOU NEVER HAD IT SO
GOOD AND FUNNY!
BARBARA RUSH in
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His First Dramatic Screen Reis WI
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slowly in a descending orbit around to putting rats, monkeys and then
he earth and be visible to moon- man into space. ...
vatch teams. Standing on its pad in. bright
Discoverer 11 was reported by sunshine, 18-foot Discoverer II
'the air force orbiting the earth looked like a toy to newsmen from
every 90.84 minutes at a peed. a site nearly two Miles away. But
of more than 11,000 miles an moments later the iltoy" was a
hour. It ranges from as far as 243 sleek, greceftd juggernaut.
miles from earth and to as close Clouds of vapor burst around the
as 156 miles. base of the rocket. Its, first-stage
If Discoverer II stabilizes, a engine came to-life with a boom boom!round
!round boom!round station at Hawaii will give ing roar.
he signal 1which will eject the With ponderots deliberation,. the
,mnii instniment package which rocket slowly lifted from the pad
r de- the earth and be visible to moon moonthe
the moonthe watch teams.
Dther Discoverer 11 was reported by
plas- the air force orbiting the earth
drift every 90.84 minutes at a speed.
DtI--1 of more than 11,000 miles an
hour. It ranges from as far as 243
miles from earth and to as close
as 156 miles.
If Discoverer II stabilizes, a
ground station at Hawaii will give
is 24 the signal 1which will eject the.
61, is small instrument package which
clew will float to earth. suspended from
! the a parachute. 1
It will be the first attempt to re-1
Asbal cover a capsure front an orbiting
satellite by this country. The Rus Russians
sians Russians claim to have made such a
80 C-119 cargo planes flying out
k of Hawaii over the Pacific Mis Mis,
, Mis, 'silo Range will attempt to cap cap91
91 cap91 furs the capsule with a frame
85 device as It floats to earth.
Scientists hope inf o rmation
brought back by Abe capsureif
18 they redover itwill finally lead
In England Plans
To Bite Back
LONGFORD, England (UPI)
This suburban town right in hne
with a London airport runway
vowed to exact an eye-opener for
an eye-opener from Pan Ameri American
can American World Airways officials.
The Longford Residents Assn,
complained Pan Am's vlans for
a 1:30 a.m. jet liner flight from
London would wake up the whole
town with the thunder of jet 'en 'engines.
gines. 'engines. The association's plan is this'.
At 1:30 in the morning when
the first flight takes off April Tit
villagers will ring the phones of
various Pan Am officials and
government authorities who ap approved
proved approved the flight schedule.
The conversation should go
something like this:
"Good morning, did we wake
you up? This is the village of
Longford. We have just been
blasted out of our beds. We wish
the same to you."
Aimed bt UNDERWMER PROCUCTINS
Ordered To Turn In
The 1r Firearms
PORT AV PRINCE, Haiti
(UPI)The army has ordered all
civilian residents to turn in their
firearmsr-an action traditionally
taken in times Of tension.' --
Gen. Pierre Merceron, com commander
mander commander of the atrilYs, issUed the
order. His aide, ,Lt.- Col. Max
Alexis, described the order as a
"security measure" but did not
explain whr it was thought neces necessary.
sary. necessary. A series of events in the past
few days has built up an atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere of tension here. They in include:
The seizure ThursdaY )14
army-operated 'Haitian airliner by
six political 'foes of PitAident
Francois Duvalier. They idlied
the pilot and forced the cb-pilOt
to fly them to Santiago, Cuba,
where they sought asylum Is Vi Vilifies!
lifies! Vilifies! refugees.
A strike of about 60 teachers at
two high schools, protesting', the
Educatiow Ministry's refusak' to
dismiss. teadher sild to be a
"govertment inf oi m- Ir."- The
strike may spread to all the city's;
high schools today, although the
government has offered to settle
on the strilcers' terms.
The death Saturday' night of
opposition leader Clement Ju Jumelle,
melle, Jumelle, who turned up at the
Cuban embassy last week after
hiding out somewhere' in, Haiti got
18 month's. lumelle vvas uncon unconscious
scious unconscious and critically -ill when his
wife and unidentifieci friends took
him to the embassy.
For flext Five Years
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's top economic
adviser said toda there is a
good chance prices would remain
stable over the next five years
because. the public is getting "a
little indignant" about a constant constantly
ly constantly rising cost of living.
Raymond J. Saulnier, chairman
of Eisenhower's Council of leono leonomic
mic leonomic Advisers, said there was a
growing feeling that workers were
playing a "losing game" by seek seeking
ing seeking higher wages to keep up with
He said the public was begin beginning
ning beginning to believe that in the long run
"people are better off if they
don't put themselves thrOugh the
Saulnier 'said a copyrighted
interview in the magazine U.S.
News and World Report Abet he
opposes government controla nn
wages, prices and consumer cred credit
it credit because they might chain the
traditional "dynamic quality" q
the nation's economy.
on a column of flame. It seemed
to poise briafly as it gathered
strength for its long leap upward.,
Free Ittedica Care
For Old fat-Gels
WASHINGTON (UPI)--211e El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower administration, put At
billion dollar, a year price tag to today
day today ,, on a highly, controversial
plan .to give okt folks free medical-care.
The bill, puShed. by organized
labor and bitterly Opposed by the
American Medical AM., would in
effect give people on SaCial se security
curity security rolls paid-up hospital and
surgical insurance forlife.
Arthur S. Flemming, secretary
of health, education and welfare,
came up with cost estimates in a
117-page report to the House
Ways and Means Committee
which outlined ,several possible
methods of helping- the aged meet
Flemming took no position on
any of the various plans but said
his department now is analyzing
"the policy issues involved with
a view to developing specific rec recom
om recom mend ations.
Backers of the labor-supported
bill, however,. said .they found a m.
mtmition. inktbe :Flemming report
to bolster their arguments.
Rep. Aime J., Forand (D-R.I.),
the chief House sponsor. said the
report confirmed the "tragic situ situation"
ation" situation" of many old people, who
have meager resources and are
confronted by high medical costs.
,AFL-C10 President cr4 0 g e
Meany, said. leport
provided "overwhelming statisti statistical
cal statistical evidence" to !support labor's
claim that refired workert cannot
afford the rising costs of medical
care. He praised the report for
"thoroughness and objectivity.'
Flemming's report estimated
it mould tost,, about 900;
dollars tbe first year to, make, the
16,200,000 social security benefici beneficiaries
aries beneficiaries eligible for up to .60 days
annually in the hospitala key
part of the Forand bill.
Forand would boost social se security
curity security taxes by one-fourth of one
per cent each for employers and
wage earners, and three-eighs
in one per cent for the self-employed.
He estimates this would
bring in one billion dollars -more
revenue a year...
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isn't oppreciated usuall nuking
he Isn't being overesti!mted
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I THE WONDERFUL
'BERLIN, April t4 -strinY,-7'wo
Soviet let, fighters foreed US
Air 'Force cargo plane to reduce
altitude ivhile,'N crossing, East
GerinanY on,,a light from-West
Her iLn on APrii..3; anAmerican
embatal tPoakeSMan'f:, DOOn
The sources saitl two:Soviet
' Nig fighters.harassed the air4'
.traft on its. flight 'over-East
- 'and attempted tore tt--
down below ,..10;0041,4eet.f '1
The. ,inciderititook-place one
Week ',After- a t '', incident
touched off ,,-an,,lexchange of
Protest notes between'. the :Mit :Mited
ed :Mited States
The ,first haPpened
Good Fridaly when,Sovelt fight fighters
ers fighters harassed a, high-altitude US
plane ott'a light-to and from
InforMed sourcis said the So Soviets
viets Soviets on Apri1,4,- 'one day, after
the second 'bitzing, protested
the flight at 'West,Berlin's four fourpotter
potter fourpotter als'iatety 'center.', -
The United States has charged,
that Russia intentionally -.created
a hazimi to flight-safety in
the Berlin' Air,, corridor .when
Soviet fighters ,'"biazzetlif the
Amer,ican plane, 'last ,month.
In a' note 'delivered in Mos Moscw
cw Moscw by US ambassador 'LleWel 'LleWellyn
lyn 'LleWellyn Thompson, this ,eountrY
declared that American planes,
If need fikat altitudes,
of more than:10,00E, feet to
and from, the Red-encireled
former German ,eapitato
State ..Depart,merit .last
night made public contents of
the mite,' which was' in answer
to -a Soviet, protest on- April 4.
The exchange stethmed from
the March 27 buzzing of 'C-130
on a routine flight at about:
20,000 feet; in the Frankfort FrankfortBerItrt
BerItrt FrankfortBerItrt air corridor. -(The prop-1
jet, C-130:,is the same type
Platte as dropped the paratroop paratroopers
ers paratroopers atIRio Hato in Opemtiot
Banyan, ,and ,alter made a fly flypast,
past, flypast, over Isthmian,' cities.)
The,,.. soviets contended US
planes may not fly ,higher than
10,000 feet; Each Country ac accused,
cused, accused, the other Of leopardinz
the success of the, forthcoming
foreign ministers conference on
, Prhti 'American note insisted'
than,when weather or opera operational
tional operational characteristies "of the
equipment dictate such am.
tion, American planes serving
Berlin ,will fly at- higher &RI-
It said the buzzing action
uottatota 1110116S pwinntsuoo
; of flight :regulations in the
; The, rtote said the Red fliers
"intentionally created the very
hazard' to flight safety' about
which the Soviet representa representatives,
tives, representatives, have professed cqnCern."
TOKYO (UPI) Two Japanese
chimney sweeps working on a
boiler. chimney at' a U. S. instal installation
lation installation here yesterday fround the
skeleton -of a young Japanese
man, The workers found only the
bones. and bits of a suit, 'in, the
chimney at' the Washington
Heights 'housing area in. Tokyo.
Japanese police arainVestigating.
1, i;central, ::1
Lost bay! 75c. 40c.
1:05, 3:01, 5:03, 7:02, 9:00
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ON ME ;;A:
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' -1.0NDON. April, 14 lurn Ameridan labor leader Iooeph Curran,last night aid marl. -,,,,
timeT-unions throughout the world may boycott about half 'ofthe -world's shipping,
: Curran said tacit ,"blacklisting-,could corny,- in the, face sof what -he termed 'the ITrwaull '-
practice by, ship owners, ot using "flagra of convenience ,; ; ,-
, Curran,-, president of, America's 10000-me mber National 'Maritime -13nion,..was in' London
tO attend a meeting on combating use of the "runaway flags." Seamen's union officials from ;:f
most,of Europe,- the,Western hembsphere' and Asia were attending the conference, sponsored
the International 'Transport Workers rederation. '1,, : e
The tall, deep-voiced -American, said about half of the world'oahipping wan now done with
"flags of convenience: -, - I
4ii;seiti illag of con;en- The Meetlitg which Opened today Curra4 saleGlea;on4s-tudimi Weld&
knee": meant -a ahipllying a flag was expected to reach agreement support the' seaman's anti-form:gn
of anither country.:10 order to es- tomorrow on exactly how to com- flag drive. Gleason agreed..k,
cape,taxation 'and higher union bat flags of convenience; Curran Curran said shipowners were
wages in' the- cotmtt7 -where ,,- its said. , also 'IOW loginning With
'owners i-esidet The semi-tittle& inet, Imre Kong and Japanese Jirms fill ,:stk
--"Atnerican and, Greek ship own- January and decided, then to ships with erows.:,
ers-atothe-worst offenders. About hoist the black flag against what saitUthis-wasVustranother"
42 'percent of the flags of onven- they consider-unfair 'shipowners' method- by some :shipowners 'to
ience' are aged on American shill- practices in registering vessels. evade "their s properjesponsibill.
ping," Curran said. Thomat W. Gleason, general or- deer
He'saki Panama; Liberia- and ganiser ,and vice president of Kong-erewmati-geica",,,::
Hendurawwere the' countries Amelica's 82,000 member Interne., bout $30 a month whiles European ,4-!-,
1; whore, this were used to allow tional Longshoreman's Association, would,receive about' $75 andolit
ramportors4o avoid higher sostst was present today' sS an obseryer. American',$350,? Curran oaf& k'
'nit hoggishness," the ex- ,
seaman , - b.
Currattaald 'owners whine ships ,
are registered in another countrY reek Working Cliditio-li Crews '4'
for such purpos,es are, determined
to "destroy unionism evade taxes I - '
and are playing for the whole. hog
all the profit and no responsdult.
Of Gieik7o- vin,dh' a44,liaShibs'
and 'omen unions would loin a
boycott of such ,vossols if that
policy wore decided upon, ho
Curran and Patd Hall, president
of the 50,000-member Seaman's In International
ternational International Union, headed the five fiveman
man fiveman US-Canadian delegation to
the meeting held by the Interna International
tional International Transport Workers' fair
Exhibit Of Coins
Planned For Friday
At Gulick Club
The istlunian- Coin Society
will present a coin display at
the Fort Gulick Service Club
beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
The collection Will consist et
some 400 silver coinS from near nearly
ly nearly 100 different countries, gold
coinS from 42 nations and a
type set- of all gold coins mint minted
ed minted by the United States for cir circulation.
culation. circulation. Twelve high military decora decorations
tions decorations 'from Itari01111 countries will
be on Niew,mlong with medals
and other 'commemoratives of
the Panama Canal construction
Experts will be available to
answer questions on coins, bills
The general public 1 is invited
to attend the event,. which is
in observance of National Coin
shipowners. have agreed to give
Greek working conditions to
crewmen, aboard their foreign
registered ships, it was reported
NY Has Interest
But Mikpian's Son
BERLIN (UPI)--Sergd Mikoy Mikoyan,
an, Mikoyan, son of Soviet Deputy Premier
nastas Mikoyan, said in- arti article
cle article published here yesterday that
New Yprk was an interesting
citY to visit but he "Could not get
excited" 'about living there.'
among other thing that there
were beggeri on the Bbwer; that
there was; too much contrast Ie.
twe.eti pOverty" and' wealth, and
tli4 'New York :night club
o'Ppoolect "animal inatInct
gave Ma views, bz the
third of a aerie's of articles 'pub,
lished by the East German mag magazine
azine magazine Free World on the rece4
trip he niade to the United States
with his ,latber,
PRICES: 0.75 & 0.40
Of Giik-orind'i Riiiii
A -major firrock shipping firm,
Niarlhm Ltd.. announced it had
4t no ommenttt on the report.
A spokesman for the Greek ship
owners cooperation committee said
"It is 'a long story, but there ,is
nothing I can say now.
Greek shipowners have been
,under firg from ihe Internat. L
'howl Transport -Workers, Fe.
-derision (ITF) for, paying sub. .of
union salaries- to arewmen v-ao : 10:114
board their ships flying' the
flags of such comstrieseas 'Ube.
ria and Panama,' ,-, '., ;r I
InThitteee rrwars'Imfeealtint. gPrhaecreticetted' ry to' ;I' 1
decide bow to eombat the prac 1,1
tic. -,, -- -- IF
The world-side delegates, laid .., 1
such "rtmaway Raga' or--"flags, of ,la0
convenience" Were being used by -1'
Greek and Atterteii ihipowert to :46
eyed taxation ind destroy -.IP
Itionism. : 1 -.;
Iteporti bald th i dreek:; ship.
viziers' tetion villa affect libput
400 vessels totalling about eight
million tons.' Abontt 15,000 .stimek .
would be attected,, - i,
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i-,,' 7i,, 1 t, .- ,, thus, unions throughout the world may boycott bout halt of ,
7'; Curran said su.ca,"blacklistiug-,could come in the,
'--. ',N'4,1 VANDENBERG AFB, Calif, April 14 (UPI)-6cientists working against 900-1 .odds hoped to rocilUco.iiiiiiiii.Otru4' ;71r, ''.:11v .,:.:: :W.,.....,..,''''' ''''.,, .,., ',.; ',',,";.: i..
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1 111: 1111 1111 The converssilon should go I --Tie- iduTia.v ni oht nf 1 Te. He. praised Hi!? report for 1 r.1.3.arr win ny at higher ,alti- 1 answer. questions on coins, bins 1 third Of a' serieg of articles pub, 11
11 111IL 111111,siiVhillit something like this: -Lnorougnness and obleCtIVItV I buu91. or MenalS. 11;thAel AD- root nornion
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11111 vatic& toCairn" I 1.1. t It Said the buzzing action The general public 1 is invited azine Free World on the rece4
1 tokgILlemembisommismoimAillksea "v." ''''' - -- "Good -morning, did we wake lie, who turned up at the Flemming's .report estimated ItalltiPlAt IttOttS it patinntuoa to attend the event.. which is
trip he niade to the United States
'1'1 TODAY! -..75
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. We have just been
Cuban embassy last week afcer it would cost about 900: million : of fli ht gni ti in th
g re a one e
Longford hiding out somewhere in Haiti got dollars tbe first year to snake the Berlin area.' in observance of National Coln
week, with his ether,
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5-00 17-001., 9'00 0m
3:00 - blasted out of our beds. We wish 18 month's. lumelle vvas uncon- 16,200,000
t social security benefici- 'The note said the Red fliers ' Tho pie
1 i YOU NEVER HAD IT SO the same to you."
GOOD AND FUNNY! scious and critically -ill when his aries eligible for up to 60 days "intentionally created the
wife and imidentifieck friends took very b
antanaliv in ha hnanitnl. 1... hn.....1 1 .A.,--,, .. -
., grit sarety about Yerk;lis 1,ain:00$1 ROI T.hea-
-.01 DAN DAILEY him to the embassy. part of the Forand bill. which .the Soviet representa- i
11,. GD1GER ROGERS
Forand would boost social se- tives, have prefessed c(Intern." Spectaculir Rileae '2reii. f''''f' ',- ',. -Y' .''''
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DAVID NIVEN DRIVE IN
Economists Predict curity taxes by one-fourth of one .- :
per cent each for employers and FIND SKELETON
BARBARA RUSH in
wage earners, and three-eighs TOKYO (UPI) Two Japanese TOLIOR11011 A-r The spectate
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--t----' Stabilized Prices.
DAREDEvt'' '' "'s
?, For next Five Years
, in one per cent for the self-em. chimney sweeps worldng on a
ployed., He estitnates this would boiler chimney at' a U. S. instal- ,,
bring in one billion dollars -more lation here yesterday fround the '
revenue a year., : skeleton -of a young Jipaness 1 ." '
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi- PRICES: .... 0.75 & 0.40 ,..
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good chance prices would remam 4r StIOWS:. '
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t 4-- THURSDAY! the picture that br,ake box-ollice recoffts lp -,. ', .-,,,,,,,, pt.' ei','1,....,' -:", 4',
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I, , New 'York's famaus Raxy 'Theatre. ., ,, ,.
i ,.-op or:, 4' t .1 ly rising cost of living. DYN
, altuirl nui etr 1,1 cchna i sr tma na tn. 4 0"; T. 9 , , ,,- ...,,.. ,,,,,,,ve, ov,,,, II!' , t - ,
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'I-4' PICTURE let wage-price spiral. i
'mos Saulnier .'said hi' a co yrighted TODAY 7-, Lux wHo y 152:. ii A The splendor of ginbadt, ,. ., ., itei,,,
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