The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
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Work is to begin toon on the construction of 57 quar quarters,
ters, quarters, building and the development of a townsite at Car Cardenas
denas Cardenas north of Corozal for us by the Federal Aviation
Agency. The Panama Canal Company is soliciting bids for
tho FAA on this project.
Bids on the project are now being sought by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Company and are scheduled to be opened May 22 at
the Administration Building at Balboa Heights. Work it to
be completed in about a year and a half

The work to be performed un under
der under the contract will consist of
the trading of the townsite
area, construction of roads, side sidewalks,
walks, sidewalks, sanitary sewage system,
water distribution system, elec electrical
trical electrical distribution system, tele telephone
phone telephone system, storm drainage
system, and landscaping in ad addition
dition addition to the construction of
the housing units.
The quarters buildings will
include 20 three bedroom, two two-story
story two-story duplex units; 27 two
bedroom, two story duplex
quarters; six three-bedroom,
one-story -single malts; and
four four-unit bachelor apartments.-
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Designs for the townsite dev development
elopment development at Cardenas were
made by the engineering firm
of Hcnmes and Narver, Inc., of
Los AiMBfC. WBSMl-i:
The townsite of
north Of iOowtosL:
developed, ahout eight
by the Canal orei
At that time an access road
to the area firom Galllard High Highway
way Highway Was built and much of the
rough grading done. Two water
US Book Concerns
Loan 50 Best Of '57
To CZ Library Show
The SO best books of the year
19S7, on loan to the Canal Zone
Library-Mureum by the United
States Information Service in
Panama, are now on display in
the Reading Room of the Main
library in the Civil Affairs
Building.
The 50 best books of the year
are selected each year by a jury
under the sponsorship of the
American Institute of Graphic
Arts. They exemplify the best
In US graphic arts for that
year.
The American institute of
Graphic Arts was founded to
stimulate and encourage those
engaged in graphic arts and to
raise the standards and aid in
the extension and development
of those arts.
The books now being exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited by the Library provide a rare
opportunity for residents of the
Canal Zone and Panama to ex examine
amine examine and handle books of su superior
perior superior format and quality.
The display will remain un until
til until April 30 and is one of the
special features of National
Library Week.
The library is open until 8
pm, Mondays through Fridays,
and until noon on Saturdays.
All residents of the Zone and
the Republic are invited to see
the exhibit.
Army Jungle Expert
Sp5 Padilla-Sanlana
Dies In Hospital
Bps Raul padilla-Santana of
tp.i Jungle Warfare Training
Center died at Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital at 4 a.m. Tuesday follow following
ing following an apparent heart attack
whtah occurred the previous
night at his home. Re was 34
year old.
The body will be taken bv
MATS plane tomorrow to his
home in Puerto Rico. The es escort
cort escort will be Sgt. Manuel Rodri-
fv.es ox me u.B. Army Carib Carib-!
! Carib-! in School at Fort Gulick.
tfe Is survived bv his wife
Airs. Thelma K. padilla and two
children, Yolanda E. Padilla and
Vihnae B. Padilla of Fort Sher Sherman;
man; Sherman; his father, Armando E.
Padilla of Puerto, Rico; his
mother, Mrs. Carmen Santana Santana-Barrios,
Barrios, Santana-Barrios, East Chicago, Ind.; and
brother, Sfc. Armando E. Pa Padilla,
dilla, Padilla, Fort Dlx, NJ.

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tanks were installed and seme
of the municipal installations
were made.
The plans were abandoned af after
ter after the townsite of Los Rios was
released by the Army.
USSR Press Points
Finger Al Millions
01 Idle In Stales
MOSCOW (UPJ)-The Soviet
Press contended yesterday that
U.S. unemployment figure dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated Communism's economic
superiority over eawtalisafe
The official Communist Party
!WJBrW,.Jgvrta and trade or-
Trud ran big i
rta OI unmuIOvmcIiT in ifiej
ed States" and texts of soeech-
byU;S lsler leader dealing
with 1Se problem.
It: was believed a new
paign Was being whipped en to
demonstrate claims Of supenor.'ty
for the SoviPt system, wok
guarantees employment. The isWV-
ernment; two days aeo claimed
105 per cent fulfillment of the first,
quotas in the seven-year plan1 to
overtake U.S. industrial produc production,
tion, production, f-, h
Pravda devoted two of Its six
pages to U.S. unemployment. L
"Millions of Americans lack
work," a -banner headline said.
(The official U.S. unemployment
figure for March was 4,362,000.)
A Pravda, editorial termed U S;
unemployment "a typical capital
ist phenomenon with the develop
ment at science and technology
Pravda added that "harsh
American reality mercilessly ex exposes
poses exposes the fabrications of Ameri American
can American apologists about the so-called
people's capitalism and general
prosperity,'
Steward Electric
Bids $13,808 Low
On Gorgas Changes
A low bid of $13,808 was tub-'
mitted by Steward Electric
Company for installation of air
conditioning in the out-patient
clinic the blood bank, and the
laboratory located in Section A
at Goreas Hosmtal. Bids were
opened yesterday afternoon at
Baiooa Heupi1;
Other offers ranging from
$14,750 to $19,940 were entered
by W. A. Rogers, Cool Air, Inc.,
and Elga Distribuidora Electri Electri-ca,
ca, Electri-ca, S.A.
Also included in the improve
ments at Gorgas Hospital are
the installation of a suspended
ceiling and fluorescent lighting
in the out-patient clinic Jplt
Ing room, and the provision of
new electrical power service for
the Sir conditioning machinery.
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Suffer Not Ye
WASHINGTON (UPI) To rest
up after a bout with Form 1040
I dropped in at one of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Appropriations Committee's
new hearing rooms where the
chairs are soft, tne, lighting easy,
and the weather built in.
I'm not sure now this was the
best place for a taxpayer to re
lax.
The senators were considering
adding an extra five million dol dollars
lars dollars or so to the 129 million we
previously have Provided to keep
Congress running this year. And
the way Capitol architect J.
ueorge Stewart Mm a, every item
looked like a must.
Take furniture for the senators'
new office building. Stewart said
the million spent so far on desks,
chairs, sofas, etc., leaves 40
rooms bare si your hand. An

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Nearly 900 applicant have
been received by the Canal Zone
central employment office lor a
forthcoming qualifying exam
for clerks, clerk-typists ana
typlst-stenegraphers.
Gordon Frick, secretary of the
personnel coordination board,
said today a total of about 500
applicants are expectea tnrougn
Friday afternoon.
Mere than two-thirds of the
applicants are non-U A citizens.
The exams, tne nrst or wnicn
is slated for May 3, will be the
first given for white collar posi positions
tions positions under the new employ
ment office. Those qualifying
will become part of the first
register of white collar workers
since the new wage and admin
istration plan was put into ef
fect last January 1
Jobs covered are for white
collar grades 1 through 4, with
salaries ranging from $1164.80
to $3931.20 yearly.
Frick emphasizd that- applica
tions bein received and subse
quent exams are not for speej!
fic job opening, hut t qualify
wsS be given on May l and that
for typists and stenographers on
May All persons who filed
preliminary applications will be
notified by mail of the time and
place of the exams. v'
Sovief Fighters
Harrassed US Wane
On Berlin Flight
BERLIN. April IS fUPD-So-
Viet jet fighters used "dangerous
harassing tactics" against a tur turboprop
boprop turboprop C-130 freighter which flew
nere at 250,000 feet yesterday in
defiance of Russian altitude limi
tations, American sources said to-
Contrsdactins earlier reports
that two Red planes merely "sha
dowed" the C-130 at a distance
of about 600 feet, the sources,
said they "Harrassed it in flagrant
violation of flight safety regula regulations."
tions." regulations." The United States was expect
ed to protest the safety violation
later today.
The Russians already have era-
tested the flight, renewing de demands
mands demands that planes plying between
Berlin and the West keep below
the 10,000-foot mark.
Britain is eznected to press the
United States to halt high -altitude
flights to Berlin, arguing that they
are an "unnecessary provocation"
of the Russians, diplomatic sour
ces m roaay.

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LONDON, (UPI Royal Navy effieteney experts re reported
ported reported today they had completed an investigation of naval
operations. On of their discoveries:
A sailor in communication was forced to change from
MS. working clothes Into his best uniform before h eeuM
ask his captain for permission to switch on a radar set.

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Senators! Taxpayers Understand Need For

other It 13.200 is needed.
Originally we carpeted each
senator's inner office in the new
building, and laid rubber tne In
hie outer four rooms, where the
staff members work. Now the
staffers complain this is noisy. So
another $150,000 will be needed
for carpeting, at $16 per, yard.
Some f the elevators in the
new building will have to be re rewired,
wired, rewired, it develops. Nothing prong
with 'em. But they can't distin distinguish
guish distinguish between ordinary folks, who
get feet service, and senators,
who do too but want theirs first.
Then' there's the new senator1 al
?;arage. It was originally planned
or 200 cars, but with today's big-
J:er autos is down now to 160. Tr Triggering
iggering Triggering the pillars to fit ran into
money.
That's not all. Some of the sea-

Found In Search Of Gavllan Area

A quantity of marijuana was found yesterday in the brash

of the Gavilan area, near the site whore the east bank ap approaches
proaches approaches of the Balboa bridge are under construction.
Police uncovered the weed in the bushes during a routine
search which was made shortly after they arrested three saen

Who were later convicted of vagrancy.
Officers stated, however, that no evidence connected the

confiscated marijuana with the
Residents of the Gavilan area
have made repeated complaints
to authorities in recent weeks
that young s t e r s had been
throwing stones and dirt in
their neighborhood.
There has also been a fresh
outbreak of petit thievery. This
followed a period during which
the ansa wjfii comparatively free
from molestation.
Earlier this year. Gavilan
residents were the victims of a
number of nighttime burglaries
in which their homes were in-
vaoea ana roonea. several bur
glars were convicted.
As a result of the recent eom-
plaints, Balboa police have in
creased patrols of the Gavilan
section, to discourage thievery
ana v&naausmv
The three. men convicted of
vagrancy yesterday were Pablo
casatti, 25; Gavmo A, Lasso, 26,
and Jose I. Gonzalez, 34. All are
Panamanians;.
Casatti and Lasso, who have
police records were each sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to serve 15 davs in ialL
Both were ia times past con-
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SIckKavyV
Jesse M. WilHams, a World War
I Navy veteran suffering from
cancer and tuberculosis, was .re .reported
ported .reported resting quietly today at
Gorgas Hospital.
He was air-evacuated by a U.S.
Navy missions plane yesterdsy
from Bsrranquilla, Colombia,
where he has lived for the past 30
Jaws.
The BS-yeer-OW veteran nas oeen
emnloved as a mechanic for the
Navy mission at Barranquilla. He
was discharged from the Navy in
1918 after four years service as a
coal passer.
Dr. Robert T. Legge, 15th Naval
District medical officer, accompa
nied the stretcher patient from Co
lombia.
Williams is eapected to be trans transferred
ferred transferred sometime next week to the
Veterans Administration Hospital
at Shreveport, La., nearby ais -tor-
mer home.
Balboa High's
Annual Concert
Set For Tonight
Victor Herr, Balboa High
School music Instructor, will
bring down the baton at 8:00
pm at the first of two B.H.S.
spring concerts.
This marks the eighth year
that Herr has conducted the
spring musical for Balboa High
School.
There wfll be a variety of
selections', interesting accom accom-paniments,
paniments, accom-paniments, solos and ensembles.
I atorV new limousines ate so long
am so raw mey orag both their
middles and tails getting in aad
out from the street. So We've got
to remodel the ramps.
This won't cost much, the arch
itecto said. However, workmen
will have to be careful Otherwise
they might wreck the enow melt
ing system sort's busied end
buried under the
surface.
Originally, the senators planned
to station attendants st the garage
door. .Now they believe electric
eyes will be cheaper. Installing
them, and some other needed
traffic control items, will cost
$20,000.
Then there's the new senatorial
subway. K runs from the new of office
fice office building to the Capitol, a dis-

three men arrested.

victed of having marijuana in
their possession,
Gontales, who has no previ previous
ous previous police record, was fined $5.
Blunder
Taxpayers
Dollars
WASHINGTON (UPI)--A gov government
ernment government official's little "error in
calculation" may cost the taxpay taxpayer
er taxpayer 2 million dollars or more.
The story of the boner was told
documents released by a House
Agricultural Appropriations sub
committee. The material was
piased hi the record during closed
door hearings last month.
Early in 1956, group of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Department officials ws
ordered to calculate state aver average
age average payment rates for farmers
who took land out of production
under the conservation reserve
program.
He
sliffhl
ly above 89.50 when it should ha v
Deen a snaee oeiow ss.su.
Fdlowing orders to the letter,
the officiate rounded off the rate
up to $10 an acre instead of cut cutting
ting cutting it to $9. Nobody caught the
mistake until general accounting
office auditors spotted it some sometime
time sometime in 1958.
aii
The Agriculture Department
figured the mistake led in 1957 to
payments of $800,000 more titan
would have been paid at the cor correct
rect correct rate, i
Nobody made any guess at the
cost on 1958 contracts. But con contracts
tracts contracts signed in both years called
for annua! rental payments to
farmers over 3-to-10 year periods.
Qn that basis, it was estimated
unofficially the total cost of the
boner might go to 2 million dol dollars
lars dollars or more.
And there's nothing the govern government
ment government can do about it, Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Department officials said.
The mistaken rates were an announced
nounced announced officially and the con
tracts can't be broken.
Nuclear Submarine
Skipjack Is Now
Top Undersea Craft
GROTON. Conn. fUPD The
UV S. Navy yesterday commis
sioned the nuclear submarine
Skipjack, "the finest, most tech technically
nically technically advanced undersea craft
ever built anywhere in the
world.'
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Adm. James i. Russell, vice
chief of naval operations, also de described
scribed described the Skipjack, the Navy's
sixth operational nuclear sub, as
the fastest, deepest diving sub submersible
mersible submersible in history, He said the
sub had "unprecedented power."
Russell, speaking at commis commissioning
sioning commissioning ceremonies for the radi radically
cally radically designed shift, said the Skip
jack proved that the U.S. Navy
was "far ahead of any other
country in the development and
use of atomic power lor ship
propulsion.
dance of maybe two bracks. Only
thing is, it stops now 96 feet short
of the mark. Bringing the tunnel
on in under the Capitol will cost
an extra $2,492,605, bringing total
outlay for the train to $5,596,334.
Unfortunately,, it will enter the
building just under the Senate's
front steps. Tearing them down,
sod rebuilding litem later, will
cost 1325,080.
There was this good news
though: Stewart said the steps are
settling anyway, end are due for
replacement.
The new Senate Office Building
originally was to have cost $20, $20,-600,000.
600,000. $20,-600,000. Sen. Allen J. Ellender
(D-Ls.) said, somewhat accusing accusingly,
ly, accusingly, that the bill now is up to $24. $24.-196,000.
196,000. $24.-196,000. Plus $1,009,000 for land.
Plus $1,398,000 for furniture.

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,Goveraieiit gim. tpday said D-Day tor tie rerol.
tionary expeditionary fores which has allegedly been formed in Cuba to
overthrow the Government of President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
Another, tfnore formal Sunday arrival is sfheduled to be the Duke of
Edinburgh, husband of Britain's' Queen Erisafeth. He is due to be Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent de la Guardia's guest at a stage dinner that night. Talk of revolu-

uon nas not yet altered
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Tht government hat not disclosed whether the invasion from Cuba is expected
to be by land, sea, air, or a combination of any of tml rhrtt. Tht Duke of Edinburgh
is arriving aboard tht Royal yacht Britannia in tht course of a global tour of K5S
ish terr.tor.es The) Britannia's last stop was the British atomic tasting ground at
Christmas Island.
Jn Washington, Cuban premier Fidel Castro said he had heard nothing of Pan Panama
ama Panama s charges concerning auba-bo He said, however that
he would study tht matter.
Fortign Ministtr Miguel J. Moreno jr. announced lost night that Castro's broth brother
er brother Raul, chitf of tht Cuban army, was heading up tht Cuban investigation, into Pan Panama
ama Panama s charges.
mA communique issued last night claimed that tfit Cuba-based invasion was to
be composed of mercenary foreigners hired by disloyal Panamanians" and aimtd at
overthrowing tht government in the course of "satisfyihgaincontrolled ambitions for

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putle, who are members ef his Natienat Pa trfcstc CotirflOn party, aleni with ether CPN
officials.
H la throught the meeting will consider the -elect oral quota, an leeue which tame
observers believe to be a key factor In the e urrent political tmreet,

As the electoral law presently
stands, it is claimed that it will be
virtually impossible for anv politi
cal parties except the government
CPN psrty and the Liberal Party
to participate in the 1960 elections.
for which campaigning starts short
ly. These two parties contested the
1956 elections.
Any third party which may wish
to be officially recognized for the
1960 elections must come up with a
petition bearing the signatures of
22,000 persons, all holders of new new-type
type new-type cedillas.
At the slow rate at which the new
cedulas are being issued, this is
regarded ss a task so nearly im impossible
possible impossible that politicians opposed
to both the CPN and Liberal par parties
ties parties feel themselves denied an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to present their esse to
the people through ordinary politi political
cal political means.
This may, In turn, have caused
some of their supporters to express
themselves through extraordinary
means, such its this month's vio
lent outbreaks in various parts of
the country.
It is looked on as likely that to today
day today CPN meeting will take
steps to redtic the number of
signatures a new party requires
to 10,000. Such a step, seconding

Safety Poster Contest Now Underway

For Kids Of Locks
Children whose parents
ssrgAsr'srt
chance
promo' fety
on the 1
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poster coi
this week M wlH
The contest, spwnsOied by the
Locks Division, will be opened
to children between tne ages oi
6 and 12 whose parents are em employed
ployed employed by the Locks. Prize will
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Sofas, Subways
fp be did, Stewart replied, was
carry out the senators' orders.
High Court Rules
In Transport Case
MONTREAL (UPD-Judge Red Red-mond
mond Red-mond Roche has ruled that a
transnprt company is a transport
company regardless of whether it
moves loads horizontally or
straight up.
Roche's ruling yesterdsy obligat obligated
ed obligated Sicotte Transport, Ltd., to file
returns to the Montreal Building
Trades Joint Committee in con connection
nection connection with work it bss done oa
the St. Lawrence Seaway. Sicotte
had failed to file the returns on
grounds its employes operated
cranes mounted on trucks.

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to many observers, could de
much te esse the political ten- -sions
as the 1M election cam campaign
paign campaign draws nearor.
Only development on Panama's
several revolutionary fronts was
the announcement of the capture
of four of the men whe raided a
National Guard post at Boquete on
tile night of April 10. .Their names
were given as Alfredo Dsnielo,
Luis Cerracin, Alberto Rosas and
Anel Roldan Rodriguez, The Na National
tional National Guard picked them up be between
tween between Bajo Boquete and Jarami Jarami-llo.
llo. Jarami-llo. On the Atlantic coast, along from
Ft. San Lorenzo, where insurgents
held up and tied a National
Guardsman Monday, there was no
sign of the rebel gftpup from Co
lon. 'I?. .' .. f.
Canal Zone police are reported to
be taking no particular precau precautions
tions precautions sgainst this group slipping
into the Canal Zone in the heavily heavily-wooded
wooded heavily-wooded area into which they have
disappeared. -,
There were no new reports today
from the Veraguas front.
Yesterdsy La Nacion nrikted the
facsimile of a letter purporting to
be signed by the laders of the
Veraguas group, Samuel Gutierrez
and Jaime Padilla Bells. Both gave
Division
separate
P
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uired In
work.
wmninir nnt,- wtn
he reproduced in full color with
iUll credit to the child. It will
also be posted On locks safptv
bulletin boards in addition, an
appropriate trophy will be given
the winner of the poster contest
in eacn group and an automatic
pencil win oe given each con
testant.
ine idea of a safety contest
among the children of employes
vi wio uucKB Division, originat originated
ed originated in the Division itself, it is
the first time for a contest of
this type to be conducted among
children of the employes of any
Canal organisation unit.
In contest instructions sent
out by the Locks Division, con contestants
testants contestants are being asked to be
original in idea, design, and
execution and to illustrate one
of the safe working conditions
pertaining to their parents work
on the locks, or a hazardous
condition' that could occur on
the locks.
They' are asked to bear In
mind that the posters will be
used mostly in locks safety pro promotion
motion promotion and must, therefore be
drawn for appeal to workers,
using only the positive approach
and correct behavior.

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themselves the rank ef "command "commander."
er." "commander." Eduardo S. Blanco, killed in
the rebels' first clash with the Na National
tional National Guard April 6, was referred
to as "captain'
The lotttr announced that the
Outierrst Pfdtffa group VW
seen ceiAe dawn te tho plaint for
the final' battle." If is estimates!
that only a doisn men, Or Her
hesw lees, remain m this group,
which has lest four killed and
several captured since h raidef
a store In San Francisco do Ve Ve-reeuas
reeuas Ve-reeuas on the night el April J.
A University Students' Union
paper last night claimed that reb rebels
els rebels Jose Rogelio Giron and Domin Domingo
go Domingo Garcia were shot down as Gi
ron was winging Garcia out in
search of military help. They wet
both unarmed, the student paper
claimed.
In an editorial entitled "Invasion
No," the Spanish-laneuace F.l Paft.
ami America today repudiated the
idea oi an invasion from abroad
and called oa Panamanians to re repudiate
pudiate repudiate any such invasion with
vigor.
"An armed invasion by foreign
elements would be such an affront
to the dignity of the republic, to
its territorial integrity and its sov sovereignty
ereignty sovereignty and to the international
treaties governing the matter that
it should deserve nothing but the
most vigorous snd firm repudia
tion...," the editorial stated.
in another paragraph the edito editorial
rial editorial declared;
ttHTmWW eiHean rtnurenr velia
mu w j viMMii, imnrvri true
s opposition to any regime
may be, should reject it."
"Panamanians should et '1e
ourselves capable of guiding our
own destiny both nationally and in internationally
ternationally internationally Panamanians de
nofeed anyone from abroad,
much less foreigners inspired by
God knows what illusions of gran grandeur
deur grandeur or power, to dictate to us by
force a way of life, a system of
government or the selection of the
rulers of. our republican way of
life.'' the editorial continued.
"Abuses ef power; threats te
citizenship rights, unemployment
and bad condition, brought about
by incompetence or negl igence of
our government Is the business
of Panamanians."
"Panama's failings should, be
fought by Panamanians them themselves,
selves, themselves, by the press, by radio, by
civic action (and) by all possible
democratic means in order to gain
due recognition of the will of the
majority but never by an inva invasion
sion invasion ." the editorial said.
The governments communique
"The Executive Branch cate
gorically announce! to the na nation
tion nation that an Invasion of the
homeland soli is being readied,
romoosed of mercenary foreign foreigners
ers foreigners hired by disloyal Panama Panamanians,
nians, Panamanians, of whom some are in
Cuba and others in Panama.
Thl invasion is aimed at over overthrowing
throwing overthrowing the constituted oow-
-s, creating chaos in the vari
ous aspects of national lii and
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THIS IS, WWII SOSIIM M; THE EWERS OVf1 COLUMN
inollorros
;,a111 inks 1411 it'sso flotsite 4ilt resign nt Tits Panama Ars Stiess
14,1.11,11we "mei rot Inns' end sr handled in stJtsfly sontlientist
' son-contributs a leiter don't Ite Impatient it dUSN't Amite& the
Haut rfair Lottsrs nnisliskod 3n fir& Mot scoivfd.
,r Pismo try to hoop 'the letten tionitsil to ens nose
' Identity of letter writers is held shittest confidence.
This aswensper etsmoset no mpinshility for statements or noinlow
ironed in fettnrs free roam
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' Sir: '' '
i, -.A, small dranta in-several llittjOacts:
'',,0,44"":.1vent"SaY, Ben., you remember. those trucks, those lend-lease al';',,-;
fairs which were designed. by .the Cspitalists for the indirect defeat
0,14' a Party. , , 1' i'
loDe
e -! ; a: Yon meiat, thse sidetetters wherein 'one's 'feet got entan-.
11.i "Atli those of the driVer,Jospitjog in.two drivers attd Ont truck
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, .:,, ,,,,,,,,Vant Yeali,;,hut something hew, his been added to the turn of
l -even0.4,,'Iliteft goIng on for sometime in tbe Navr Department.
a,..f ..
, is-, I'v,i .4You'01 an 'Ode neW IgArl Picit4IP lridir -t ''
4, i;',,,Idee.Yes., some job, ''.$ ,
I 4 ', 114.1tent Siirely we are getting two. strokes icor one? The Party gains
F 0.4,,',.'idtklin one but the Capitalists are burl
i-.,ore4,100: ;Those narrow loos and, large catch doors. allow for more,
t,lainto'enterrusting out the doors. The best part is that the Navy
tf.' eitirkil do anything about,it. , .
,,...,,,,...,.tenl They have got to get permission from Washington ,to even.
t,,, putaenralirotindm shields, but .out men ,in the Navy Dept. inspection
to. tOuff Would atop it'befnre it'got started.-i ,
f .''',! Alin: That is not the best part -.0.those battery placements real real;
; real; ly took sorte'elarning.- -'-,-,
,!,, .1:!lien:, Wonder how they accomplished that. Any one as dumb as
;,-Itta and T ean et that Is a liellova -lath to put a battery.
f.....,'-a,lvant We alloy thunb tout Mir influenceis ten to one. But Ben,
doesn't it rem!nd yoit of springtime ia the ,States whenever' the driv driversUry
ersUry driversUry to make simolo'maintenance insoectionwith their bottoms,
directed towards high heaven. You know that is a sure sign that
Airing has come to stay Stateside when'you see the gardeners' tails
turned to high heaven4 , ;
. T' -: ThAt'll goite a speech for you., Getting warmed un?
Ivan: I haven't started let. Att-IV'sa othout-to say, thpy look
funlore like an iguana stretched Otit along' the fenders, with his head
afosip, blockine the liaht -teying to see Water level. Ile can't.
,Ben: They don't even try when-the; engine is hot.
- -',qvan: Moat lion't even try for it is an, obvious Safety 'Hazard un
erderoany conditions.
- Ben: Some just pour' water-untif Wrung overjust helping our
Ivan: Some are probably hoping diet theSafety Committee will
correct it. .
-Ben:, They can hope in 'vain, for-that, committee seems reluctant
r,,-.-"040,4ske anv sliggestion from the peonst-tz;', : , -
"-"'"sm"qvan: We aro not 'unposed to know.,t ,,:ai ', .-- ;.
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,,,,,:',,,11,4,jsen. Any way wool, look at it those:expensive, trucks allows the
Lii 'drivers to wet wet. uckness develops. r ;
,'''''",,,,r'lvitil: The best part is the ailent-witnesi we havethe batteries
,,,,awstititer-drv un or the acid corrodes the:bodiectalvdrri, especially un,,"mllet"--tbe.
molter chrome lime and number.plat Osion develops
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4 of-lowfit AIR CONDITIONING ?emu REFRIGERATION? -'n
, ri freeze or not to -freeze that ts the question.
Whether 'tis nobler tor the flesh to sillier the discomforts of
en
a Outrageoua proportions, or by opposing end them s;
And here's the rub
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I at-11-491;;Tgo ,.perkaps it; risk the very health we st' rive to keep
,oiar----,---Or.not to go, forfeiting- them the joys we should there reap;
- What's the use? 'Tis a-gamble Prfoundly to be missed;

But 'Bank 'we mfl 1 as abokels'are bequeathed us,

7-And in these baiiks wLere.temperatures devour us
Our only source 'of, savings is a cooled one;
' Our only pleasure there a hasty thilled one.
midi in line when we ivould rather run
ike walking hito winter from the sun,
;
e breathing fmsty vapors sudden chill k
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'hil. e sta.rnding in damp clothing clinging still,'
, :To emerge into the sunagain, ',
And feel.the,sudden warmth se oft disdained
, Ms a blessing devoutb, to be praisci
- Each movie-house,in same condition
lintlittathc.bOne and ruins the disposition
thedre's no relating there from daily care
While sitting in discomfort's frigid-air
All dress-shops with deep-freeze interior
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..,'---Cocl down decision and shock posterior;
. tor? As dp offices with.this mean exposure
:,,','''' Slow.dovm circulation and eliminate composure,
4,, Prem every normal milnt bf view,
,,,,,11:. All they create is a miserable you
it. VVby don't these concerned realize
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02 These low-down temperatures are unwise .-
7. Let's end this distresa witis fleeting condition
',,, Why not simple air-cooling with gentle admission?
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,'797ktF, et having read during these past weeks'. so many Mail Box let let',;.'ItrSSnd
',;.'ItrSSnd let',;.'ItrSSnd OPinicna regarding the 34'11010 5040 solit on the Pnnama
t;eltitittel inemme theory, of Aquilino Boyd and others. I hove only one
suggestion to ',mkt te Boyd: Let blm4come to the Canal Zone,and
Afitesk r?llv Mt fo-50 subject. ao,that most of the Zonians may
htve el,ar nictort of his intereating, points;of t4t4
Going ito tbe Csnal Zone Cqdcldti not find anYIProvision which
mav not permit such a rneetinr. ,On-the contrary read-onTitle I,
44Seetion 1 6) 'Mot no law shalrbiltassittr,abridgintthe freedornof
aneech or of the.nress, or of -the rights,,; of ihe veople-to neaceablv
Assemble art of4lition to the goveinthent, for gredresS tr,levsnee10.,
do not believe that this nroposerineeting' May be considered
lAti )4n unlawful assembly as defined lit Aectiow 97'4 the same Code,,
neither as a riot as defined under Section 594,- end since the law
makes no distinction as to Panamanians and Zonians I' wonder
Thether Gov. W. E. Potter would 'object the idea.
Aa a matter of fact I think this. meeting would contribute to a
f,:,,:bet4r understanding 0XS-Panama relations, varticularly Aquilino
ITBori and the younger generatibp of ,Panamanians.
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. Your paper. Mbar dailigi and theradioanetworks,. have been.car
,-....04rying in the past weeks news releases on the Fifth Annual Safety
4,1101 Day to be held'hi Pedro Miguelpn Saturday, April 25, but I
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,ar that soma lona Itilf do not:lognivehout, this event. Conacioits
4;',af the fact that no neaft is really newratall unless read in the "Mail'
it -3ot." I hasten to bring:te the attention..of the public the announce.
, of the sponsoring by the P,edre. Miguel tivic,council of the Fifth
--Annual Safety Field Day aforesaid,. Commencing at '11' a.m. with
- roilinif and netting ceremonies in,,the school grounds at Pedro
Miguel. a parade led by I US Army band will ,proceed to the exhib
Igoe grounds where Tibbori cutting by Oeveland Stevens of Pant Pants,
s, Pants, who conceived the idea back in 1.055. win be performed.
' .7rimortir oteanized to, educate, the pUblitio safety. the Field,
biy, program win include safety mOvies, fire, and life saving dem,
, pnstrations, home nursing and other ;features of public interest.
1" At all the meetings I have attended' excePt the first (and was
. there too). seen resion. now for' tha.continuki selfishness of tome
of the, persone who attended the. meeting and have not returned and
ovho ,bave also in Some quarters eipressed hope for its failure. I
1,40,421ave observed that. since. the appointed thalrman, Chris HaIwood
,has teketrover. the general committee from all indications hsive sc sc..
.. sc.. tepted laim as a fine executive and capable of running the meeting
'..., al' hie already beep' demonstrated.' am:confident' that this event
rhiciu has the full approval from all quarters of the. Canal lone
" Coverument, Aram Naty.'and Air ItOrcl win be a iniceegs.
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Reports from insiders hive been
rolling through .Gestorgia to et toe
erest...em but;,'thit Lungress 'will
bust right througti -his oudget. by
voting .oundretts- 'of -' million' tti
dollers to make milLone of new
J0043115 mill spurt Irom another
Congressional probe the inves investigation
tigation investigation ot misery.
' America will be shc;Cked by' what
will. calk the kleig-lit hearing
rooms which will. be set up, arotuid
the nation by Sen. Lyndon Baines
Johnson's special ,Commissin an
UnempldYinent Problems. -.1
Within tw9 'weeks this'Ill-mai
nonlpartisan hunger-finding tO7dP
misitionNwilf start itctour,' heeded .'
by lome national. figure Such rat
Erwin D. Caldisten; editor of 'the
Christien Science MOniter and
head of the U. S. Chamber ef
Commeree. In !etch heavyAelOt
state; one 'of the., U.S.,; Senators
wilt sit in. Each region's grimnets
will be nationally spotrghted to "0-
mind the- rest of us 'of oar breth,-
en in crisis.
I was startled when Bati01111
leaders, in 'private, conversatioos
used lite work "hunger." West
Virginia's Sen. Jennings Randolph
Said -no one was being melodramaNc;--He
'knew of one doctor- in
his state who had -actually treat treated
ed treated unemploye& for mainutritiGn.
He spoke of a community in
which onl tio fathers of ,the 35
'children in ik school class, 'were
employed. t ,
It -was a 'visit to one of these'
Vest Virgirtic communities which
first startled, then goades Sen.
Johnson into deliberation on some
action to put bread ,back on the
table 'and dignity konto the backs
of joblese men who feared them themselves
selves themselves growing useless.' This hap happened
pened happened nuring Last year's Congres Congressional
sional Congressional campaign.
Johnson went into welch, w.
Va., for a political speech. Driv Driving
ing Driving througir the ltown, 'which sits
on a mountain of coal, the Sena Senator
tor Senator notice& men, lounging in the!
streets. during the height of what
should be the Working ,clay. They
were the Jobless.'
They weredeen in one of the
nation's poverty pockets --.. un unnoticed,
noticed, unnoticed, unaided 'by progperoas
cohimtmikies not I hundred miles
distanL
For mentbs Johnson .probed into
such 1)otlerty, pockets. Everywhere
the storyr was' the' sante, grim
thing, There was' desperation in
one, city and other cities in the
slime sfate were prosperells and
gay,- unknowing of lhe htinger )1-
terally, down the roati-!
T-Several -weeks ago Johnsn de-
cided the deadline' for, hungerlhati
come,' He -determined!' ',Io 'beam
niercingrspotlights inha file over,
ty,'Itiatketsso that thc'resi, of,',A,-
DYPTie,c,would, share soMe ',Of' its
prosperity ,-, wih the 1 hard-hit
,areas. .t., .H,
He talked te some 3 'businesit 'businesit40
40 'businesit40 man,. He .s ke with Art.r,C14
Chief teor Meany and vice pre president
sident president Wa ter Reuther...Johnson
watitedr it 90-day series.of 'Meet 'Meetings;
ings; 'Meetings; 'They:though, this was too
lont l'-'stretch, Now the hearings
will be ',emitted into 60 days.
'Lyndon Johnson cooks on his
Senate fere likc a chef at Paris'
Tour D'Argeet. Ths"n why he
ehose last Wednesday'l labor de demonstration
monstration demonstration on unemnlovment to i
annoutee his..proposal. Prom 'he
Natinal Armory. he drove right
back to the senate and introduced
his resolution for the roving tom tommiesion..
miesion.. tommiesion.. '.. e
When thh eem mi q sire's' reports
!wen making' heedlines, Johnson
will pouethe hest on enngress.
He'll- call for the expenditure of
a billion' donors perhaps more
--- to make Job. He exoects that
the House of Representatives. then
will have to pass the housing eons eonstruction
truction eonstruction ,bill already opnrovel bv
the Senate. This calls for P00,000
housing units -- awl Johneon
reekons It will. make over half, a
million lobs.
Pell fight for the mori-million
dollsr bill for 'twill coneruction
aid to denressed press, There are
neer 100.000 oew 'ob.., in this ,one,
him pewits believe, 'rile Senehor
will fight for the lirtivy-spenviine
roed-building awl airoort hills
an4 .' even for annronriations
which. would pot tens o' 'houssnds
to ,eork in retionet v-eblie nitrke.
All this, of course. ntt's the
Wh;te Pouse In ee owicwrd no noitition,
itition, noitition, President Pizenhower an
his Labor Secret---. Jim )fitchell
had lone conference on the
morning of Monday. April O. They
eeme out of it. believing that
there'd be en reel nnemmeement
in els 'month. Therefore, they're
oiliest -the' heavv-snending bills,
To'lleht thesei-tthev'll aonear to
lie '4Ightintt aid to lhel Jobless.
I-SVhicheveio, force-1s tieht cer cerfilthily
filthily cerfilthily ,tillIbave Itt early lead Id
thelpcesitiential race.

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LONDON. I suppose I shall be
stoned in the streets and scorned
as a dirty coloniakhere in London
where the prima occupation at
the moment seems, to be an effort
to take Africa away from the A Africans,
fricans, Africans, white and black, and
band it over nearly intact to the
Russians.
BuLeven England is a better
bet at the moment that New
York, 'which, seems about to embrate-
MC-Tom Mboya of Kenya
as savior of black people
everywhere when be,speaks as an
honored tfueet PrettY ,Soon.
'There are some folk& who have
recently. registered opinion
that Utterance ln America of what
chilli, goes on in,Africa la some somethint
thint somethint mere of an'eteute to bow
lowibefore the Spellbinders like
MbOyi .thatt ther hogged sentiment
Of mini ,Englartd,,,,,which has sud-,
denly came to vii Its-flew frag fragmentary'
mentary' fragmentary' tolonier With' -public re revuision
vuision revuision -like particularly Smelly
fish fher pet cat just dragged in.
At least the English socialists
seem to, be intent,. On wrecking
Britain'ti' estates abroad, not to
hand- thent to the African so much
as 'make hem Available to the
great colonizer Russia with par partial,
tial, partial, assistance, from, that other
great colonizer India.
America's 'meddling in .other
peoples affairs seems to be more
of the rid! oiri auntie type of in intervention.
tervention. intervention. You know, do a veat
deal of good at the greatest, pos possible
sible possible expense, to the detriment ,of
sill concerned.
God knows it is difficult enough
to be an American in mist coun countries
tries countries we have helped these days.
and now the anti-American
brickbats, are starting to fly in
Kenya and Tanganynta and the
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other. countries we are endeavor endeavoring
ing endeavoring to hustle into sk sort 'of moral
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bankruptcy.
I see mo- more reason to digni digni'fy
'fy digni'fy Kenya's 'Tom Moboya -in A.me A.merico
rico A.merico than- to import Charlie Ctap Ctaplin
lin Ctaplin as an expect on modern mov moving
ing moving ,niottlres,
:Or to retrieve Paul Robeson
from Russia (if he's still there) to
talk on the problems of the El
Melo tribe of Lake, Rudolph and
their, troubles with fluorine in
the water and a steady fish diet.
We have enough highly vocal
trade unionists in America. I
doubt that -we need Mboya just
because he'sublack. I doubt very
much if 'MeerMboya's speech will
Acura on the progress of Ameri Ameri;culturcirl
;culturcirl Ameri;culturcirl the dire outbacks
of Precincts, lie bas never seen' any
lace' than4 the selfstyled martyr,
Dr, Hastingd Banda Could tell you
about the incidence of cirrhosis
among the- 'Nyasalanders due
largely -to cereal diet and the
propensity 'of native, beer to fer ferment
ment ferment in the stomach, causing all
sort of grievous harm to the
liver.
I also doubt that Mr. Mboya,
who confinet his knowledge of
Africa largely to political doings
in Accra (where he went as a
stranger) and some of the outly outlying
ing outlying football fields of Nairobi,
could tell you about the African
progreSs' hf American culture' in
terms of soft drinks. But I Can,
not being a politician.
A dukah Is a shop instl run by
Indians, sometimes by Africans,
in tiny places like Garbs Tulle, or
Baragoi. or Shah Dinka. It sells
' everything from hair di to Man Manchester
chester Manchester sarongs, but mostly it
Isells soft drinks.
The Ahrican is sweet-mad, and

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the Americans have ,,cotrapeted
fiercely for Aitken favor in, Abe
beverage Yield. WI a natural
market betause of tbe heat and
teetotal. Mosiemism and sozne tri tribal,
bal, tribal, laws which from on, the hand,
stuff.
When first can to Africa
every ,dukah -1-saw the ; vast
bush company was plastered with
a Coca ,Cola sign. Then, due to the
efforts of -an. 'enterprising :young
man named Erie something 1
forget,what,' Pepsi Cols- largely' re replaAd
plaAd replaAd Coca Colo :on :the ,dukah
fronts.
But the 'African .can he fickle in
his 'takes,' Ind some geninut
the 7,same :lorgotten. 'Milne in Ca Canadir
nadir Canadir Dry ,managed- to incorporate
nine .flavors:i (more than' SW
enbugivlor parainetthr' thief
rioh in .eattlis, goats end Women).
into one trade name. :
The snobbism is.apOallhlt You
roull up beside a 'dukaht at Kom or
Myrti,, 'say ,in the northern Iron Irontierand,
tierand, Irontierand, esk, "Iko,coca (Have yon
got any coke)?" "Hapana Ake,
hWena (ain't got none, sir), Pep
si Ako,haperia. Canada. ndio, bwa,
na, mine mingi sane (loaded
with -,
doubt that kibnyi will be
able ot tell you this .1ort of folk folklore
lore folklore when, be expounds his causes,
even though he might be orga.
nizink t,he -people ',that- bottle it.,
But .1 suppose he'll come back
to tell local s throngs that ail At
mericans are rich and happy 'ex.'
coot 'the- Negroes, who are down.
trodden.4 1
'Which will be just about as tic.
cures as anything he will teD
you about his own people and
views for what he calls undiluteo
tt,mocrecy' among DO percent 11-1
literates. ,

BOGOTACALlaMEDEWN
BOGOTA e.' 5 II 67 isiEDELL111 si

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: MEXICO CITY .The best and
stablest friend the, 'United States
: has around the approaches
the Panama 'Canal is Mexico.'
This ,does not mean that Meal.
cans caimot 'bet :very, ,vocal in
their- criticism of the folossus
of the north." Mexicans do- not
live up, to the Listerine ad that
"not even your best friend
,,,,,,, tell you.!' They do 'tell us.
, But by' i large Mexico has
come 'more stable, 'more cond condi
i condi dent-In itself, and more friendly
than any other southern neigh neigh'
' neigh' bor; )
',...Today, Mexico' is one of 3 the
1:: few coontries in the'. world Where
foreign capital not Only CAB -be
invested,e,but withdravm without
restrictionexcept in-the t petro petro,
, petro, leum, transportatidn, and "" a of
drinkAndostries. ",
It's easy' enough 4a 'put nionAy
Into best Tcbtmtries,- but awfully
tough to take, it out. Not so with
Mexico, You Can take your capi capi,
, capi, tal, or your profits out any time
you AvantAo.
This means that Woolworth has
set tip-three' five-and-ten cent
stores in, Mexicor-with four more
planned-4nd can send all-, Ps
profits 'back 'to the USAif..4 it
chootes No -other Latin Ameri American
can American coutitry permit this, a
' The restdt Ales been 81,700,000,-
; 000 of .foreign capital bvested
Mexico, of .which 78.8- ,percent
comes from- the USA; plus a
steady; healthY 'growth of local
induatry.
, It has helped to make Melte
' City the 'biggest, in all Latin A A,
, A, merica,bigger than Huenos Aires
or -Rio de laibiroclose behind
Chicag0: as:the third largest city.
' in the yeatern Hemisphere..
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ly 11111W PEARSON

gorMimmo opomm

Mexici Is aiso one of the few
placeC outside the ,USA where,
you can start from rags and
graduate, to. riches, as -did,- lor
instance; Cesar Balsk for
mei- hotel bellhop, in Barcelona,
Spain, who',now owns five hotel;
in Mexico,
-Migrating-, to Mexico a little'
over 10 leant, ago,, now
owns, the fabulous El Presidente
hotels, in Mexico,City and AcapuP
to,.,-plus- three' others, and will
soon operate the Maria Isabel.
This 1117th. earoom palace be being
ing being bidlti SiMon Patin, -lhe
Bolivian tin king, in honor of bia
daughter .bilaria' Isabel.Patino- is
financing tbis, the biggest hotel
in Latin America, and will ,lease
it 'to Salsa,: the son of 'a hotel
barber, in x Barcelona, who began
life as a -bellhop and now' 'oper 'operates
ates 'operates the biggest hotel thain
Mexico.- 1! 4.
-Incidentally; more and, more
Merits 1, toaventions4are itonlial
to ;:Mexicof and'ti Balsa; hail, Item
dy booked!. conventions r4or the
year 1961.-;.- ,
The teal reason for ,Mexico'n
present bustling system ,.of free
enterprise is that the revolution,
now convulsing ; Cuba' hit Mexico
40 years ago.
A ,whole eerier of revolutions
churned Merdeo at that time-, ex expropriated
propriated expropriated American ranches and
oil, companies,- uptet the reign reigning
ing reigning oligarchy? quarreled with the
Catholic Church, and subjected
the emmtry to -an upheaval ',not
unlike the Russian rerolution.
That, ;upheaval., has .now -,setded
down to ,a one-partyo slightly left
of center government which leans
toward labor, and hasn't peen a
revolution in years..

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fought for the. rights' of labor:
and it was predicted be would
be an' easy touch for shme- of
Me:deals- labor leaders., -,4
- Particularly it was predicted
that Dometrio, Vallejo,. bras b,- -.-
tough-talking, pro-Communist boss
of the powerful' Railway Workers -e
Federation, would have his way.
Vallejo's ambition was to nul '
control of, the entire., Mexican- la,
bor,-movement.- Instead- be r now
finds himself 111 lel.- Also in Jail :
for ''a time were Pedro Garcia
'Zendejas and 10 leaders at the. ',
Telephone Union who started an ,-
illegal strike to 'try to ,force the
Labor Department to recognize
them -as leaderk of the Telephone
Workers, Union.. :e z,
Labor unions ; in Mexicti,,ars
part of the sovernment, whict
kas- both advantages and dila&
vantages. The big disadvantage
is that,- you- -can't -strike-1, against
the governmentat least, not ,;
gainst President. Lopez Mateos,,
despite his ldng friendship for day
bor. ,, .4,
' What happened' was-. that, when
Vallejo and other railway' work.t.
ers tried to, tle up ,,tha.,,,Mezioan
railways'. during ,,Easter ,14,t w s k,
heaviesti travel month ,f of ths
year,- they 'were given .24, .liours
to get. back .on theAoh. ,the r 15,6
000 wbo ignored the order were
promptly fired
,Thcfeupon, President Lopez Ma-.
ten 'drafted 'retired -it'll t 4 d
workers, nonunion now. and e
diers, and got. the -railroads .near,
ly aorMalizee Within 24, hours.
An garlier,, railroad strike, in
February bad'. also failed,. but at
-Easter- Vallejo was promised the
support of, teachers;,,telegraphers'"
and oil workers.,
This, in the eyes of ',President
Lopes Blateos was not, jiis An 'ora'"'
dinarY' strikew, but a carefully
planned Attempt-. to.,upset the ato atobility,
bility, atobility, of ,bis, government, Mc' be,
gen, to, look below the suttees; ;
Result: Two,Itigh;ranking,,mem Two,Itigh;ranking,,membets
bets Two,Itigh;ranking,,membets 'of the Soviet mbitsay ,wers.
Invited to leave.
(It wis revealed.' that Capt.!, NI
celal- M. Remisov, ;assistant,
, and- naval attache, with;
, Second,' Secretary,' Nicola
senov, bad given: Vallejo.
edAnStriletiOn$ for the Ivalkout
plus- 100,000 pesos for expenses.
, Simultaneously Russie was' ask.
ed 'to cut,' iti 120-man 'Embasky Id
Mexico. City In. 'half:- There ars (
only, six 'men In the Mexican. Em.
ba,ssy, in -Moscow. ,' '4 '
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.ARRIVE1V IN RUSSIA I
0, 111
LONDON (11P 'One Yong
1Kun,'-oresident of- the', Mirth', to.
rean 'Netional,'"AnsemblY,','arrived,
in Stalingrild yesterdav rote the
CO1115444 Moscow,,6radio.',reported
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SCHOOLTEACHER PRESIDENT "ilititZtlt esof
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Newl-eiected', Presioent, Ado 1fo , ..-
topez,Mateos it a former school. 1
teacher and socialist who has
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' dt: merit of the sponsoring by the Pedro, Miguel tivic.council of the Fifth
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'' so, who conceived the idea back' in MS,. win be performed.
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. has tPholcover, the general committee from all indications have se- y Mod &mirk Isk lAtit,, M. l', 0 ,,, 4:I II, i', 1,4;'
, ,-' cepied him as. a fine executive and capable of running the meeting Nompalernoplurotlarna
. ,.. all bait already betyi demonstrated. ''1,,, am.'confident' that this event I 'imanimaimmologn mutt ird, , ,
. ROVND',TRIP FROM .',OANAA4A 1,-.. 1
' ,.,ritch..lise the full approval from all quarters of the, Canal tone '. ,- '''
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, Scout basic leadership will begin,
next. Tuesday in the GM Scout,
, Room, Building 2171 Fort
Mrs., Margaret Coate "will ins ins,
, ins, truot the,,,classesa which' will be
ofrolii,11:3OEte 11.3g 04 the morn.
, Lugs ot April 23, 28, and 30,1 and,
oirtittyl intrt-growntralm Girl'
Scout leaders and ,,, other ,adttits
wishing to take the course stre aak-1
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11' .- ', WASHINGTON -, (UPI) .,-. The The ,,to 'ttee aged tb ''.
mini pr e ff. .,
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t,ri '' f 'Senate- Labor. Committee warned nel ;reform measure. for its "leg. ;,;,
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, .., . .. co tress yesterday not to -"ivmg islative, restraint', And I said it -:;.
, .- so bard 'at' union' eorruption that will ..!Iproducee tbe 'desired yesults ,-9,,
r 71 ,' It will hurt the .1 majority of un- without -, destroyingz free t matito- ,i
: .. t ions "honestly and democratical-, tions.tt,..,..,,..-7,,,,,, .. -,, ,- , it
, ky (rum ., .- Iv, ,-," ,,I,',1,..' -.7 In., statement accompanying -'
. i ''..' ,The majority.' reporr (111'7' the the -report, Kennedy. described the .' '-
. f,' snoderats'r Kennedy-Ervin labor bill as al' poteot weapon dor driv. '',
'':, ''refpr,ho,-, was fo,ed uesterdau as ing out of both labor and manage. z
,...:', -;,,-.' a prelude 'to the start .of Senate ment the- venal,' selfish and crim.
-, :- debate on tbe measure. -'I",, 1'4' "'"'' inal elementst-which have preyed .,
.s ,s Auv. expected minoritiet. report on honest working men and their
' :t till -had- sot-, been issued.- How,, e.mployers," ,,,, !, : , ,,,, i ,.,
los 1.,' evert; Sen. Barry 4 F.t., Goldwater t ii, (1,
. (lt ,---Aris.Y issued-, a ., etatement B s; ,,, ,, 4 ,,
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A -A hranding the bill. al 0"completely aby flovinfrom Ill
rw ,4 ,Inadequate to Jeliminate -racket-. 11
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. eering' and corruPtion' in' the 14' Ds ,iii ,1;-...
bor-manageinent field.," i i',.: i, -,, les in Lonaon
.--- - Goldwater and Sen. iSverett Ili. ,,,, ,
, Dirksen (R-111.) were thei only B 1, ..-,-,f., 7. '-'' ::
- two who voted against- the--meas- e ore urgery
.,, tire in eommittee: 'The- minority ,,, ,
-- Mort wets expected to ; be- filed 1,., -,.. l-. ,..,,, ,.
teds9,. ..,,, ,- .t e. ,:,, LONDON (DPI)--iti 18-month'1
6 ' GoIdisater'S' statenient repe'
ated old gill ',who was ,flown 4.4 Q00
A 1111 complaints! against, the bil's miles frOrO 'New, Zealand 'for a "lo
P ." so-called -"gimmicks" which ,,. e delicate7, heart .' operation which
effectiveness. ,,,,,..., raight have saved herlife died in
' said destroy It,'
0 s, Goldwate ,xwged ,amenttme'nte 4n ambulance yesterday only 20
-' t deny tax ''' immuidty 't and the :M11,,et. awaY, ;from the :0Peratititi
' use of National Labor 'Relations eeole-,' ,' '.'f ' '
against death 'for lit lit-
- lit- Board -Services'to,' unions ', which -The race
I- violate the bilrs ;provisions. He 'go Ivilma Van c'atetrimut 'began
; ' also edvecated eliminating imion- at 1Vellington two days ago. i It ,
;the Iltmway of 'London -,
' suPPorted provisimvs,- which, would Inded on
1..wi,,
'.. amend the "Taft-Hartley A,et In- niM1111 while :Burgeons were Pre- (
, areai not directly toncerned 'with Paring' f'r the PeratitIn in' 1 no- ''
t union corruption. Pital. In London. ,,
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. ; The Inajority repott said that
Mrs.- Maria Van Oosterhout '''
,li "shocking abuses ,revealed by re rewalked
walked rewalked Carefully down the steps
' Cent investigatioes have been
of an airliner, carrying her Letant
I confmed to a, few unicins!' lit said
daughter wrard .in blahets. An
, the "overwhelining majerity. are
honestly and democratically rum') ambulance, tb.. oijrgen equiP-
,, ment, Waft waiting on. the' run run"In
"In run"In providincremedies for ex ex'
' ex' 1 isting evils,",,i", it said, "the Senate way to speed Wilma the 20 miles
to the ,bospital. t ; t
'should bp 1 Careful neither tri un unBut
But unBut it was too lats, The baby
, dermine self-government within she was
.V the labor' movement nor to weak- died momenta afkr
s en ,imions in their rote es the placed in the ambulance.
' t'."? birgainine' representatives, of em. 1Vilma had been, a ''Iblue"' baby
, ployLta . . .5-- since birth, She &pent the first
o , 4 k ' '- 10-months ,of her life. In a hos.
,' 14' .4, ; ,. '; A, 7 Friend 'Of. her family In Weil Weilt
t Weilt s ington contributed flpids t the
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. opera. ......." i tion,Wilms, needed ha been per per.
. per. .,.- -.' -. l'aili. ' formed suecessftilly in the past
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kt ,,., 'it. .,, ''' made kt a Canadian Pacific air-,
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Leadership', tours ,' the "top' of the world" 'Wilmear
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. A eis.sessien course. lei 4 ir I and. the I plane landed in Green Green4
4 Green4 , Scout basic leadership will begin land 'so she Could, be .taken to a
., , next- Tuesday in the GM S c o u t' U.S ,military hospital there She
, .. Room, ,Building -21.72 P'ort Gulick. was. att ed ,,by Dro'Geotge. Ter.,
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trill 1"---eom asses ; Widen' will be Monde Wilma "appeariel ',',Ias be
,-- ,h, ,,, bel frOntlg:;0 tO 11-30 On the In , betterr D'r, ItTeresalds,'accOmpan.
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--.,... oirtity5 intrt-13rowittralm Girl ,pethagen A 'Where ,they ,Avere to '4-,'
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wishing to take the course sire aak- But in Copenhagen 'I.:Vilma tauf tauf:
: tauf: ',,,, ed to call Mrs. Anthony Barst at fered anothen relapse' end wag
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Sen' : Barry Ill .Goldwater .,,,,,,,,, (t,,, ,t : -,,,,.,,;, Dec, 30,1958h Cecil Kelley pressed a batten es pert-ark& sh ,
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A' 41' -, branding the' bill asi"completely
Babtflovin From lit in Les Alamos; NAL., A dein et mistakes, begue-earlier, led t,-, .- 12,000 sosiitgeos of stuA-.. ,..,
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'. LINEA Y '.:,,!"r .. : r -.. ' ' te, ,pe, ate,a, 014,, girl ,, who was, ,,, flown 44,000 ,,,,,,,, .; ,., ., -,7 ,,-: ',-,t,7-,,,,., s , .. ,,-,! it,tr .L, :, ;,, -i ---''' '..' 41111111110180.1,11Sloutoommounglaum ..-.,
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iiiiproving. If I ivore you I'd take,:
her to net our faintly ..dottor."
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always say, regardless, big lam
Hies Are nieet" Repiy!' Glad yott,
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tle little old to be crawling round the
floor?" Replyt Ask her.
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rots? bly grandmother alsysYr
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worried thout,the tray
your Child can't sit 'still. If be.
loogod to ink rd.. Rott7;-
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forward to.in- Ibis worldt Rego.
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Story
WASHINGTON (UPI) ..-"An
try congresswoman barred ,, her
office door today 'to a repmter
whose, stories' touched off 'the bp,
rore 'over congressional hiring
and pay practices.
Repi Ir1141. Mitch (13.01.) told
the House Testerday that Scripps.
Howard Reporter Vance Trimble
Avould be ousted if ihe ever ;ante
to- her office.,
Mrs.; Blitch accused Trimble of
writing a "slanted. discredits-
stOry about her uste, of, the
$100.a.month home office rent al alblunts
blunts alblunts to pay lor space in, ber
own, Homervkle, Ge., house.'
'Trimble,, asked to 'comment,
Said': "Mrs. Mitch is One of the
loveliest ladies'I have ever inter interviewed.
viewed. interviewed. I am truly sorry that any.,
thing 1 yrote offended her. It
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thing 1 wrote offended lier.
' fair a d accurate. ,
arry, Ile5b13i
, Mrs, BMW', odd she 'had no ",
quarrel publkadon af the
I. fact that "1 tent office space to
the government of the Umted
4tilyol So- Suie'
, State for $100 a month."

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CMICAGO (1.1PI)..-More than'
two thirds,of the wives who
responded to questionnaire in
Tao Chicago American' laid' they
would remarry their, present
Putes, but Only a 'Wu more than
nalf of the husbands would-do the
,1;The ',,bewspapet two 'weds silo
SW its: WOMen'S pagets liked rem&
, sts out--a coupoo ballot
oohing. ,m9Vould you remarry your
Present mate?" -
l'he results poured in. with 69
pet cent 'of the women voting,
"Yee' The vote. by men :was SIS 1
per cent t'yes."," ,, I
- Most of the 'wom-en said ,they
would remarry their, husbands,
simply because they loved Mel
"wonderful guy.l' Letters tome
from women married lei's' thou ini
years to those married up to 59
Drunkenness -woe' 'blamed -by a'
msloritY of women who oak' they
wouldn't want their buobands
baek.' Other lop complaints were
sellishneso, tmfaithfulness and
1. stinginess. '
',Among men voting 6:st remarry',
Ins. almost balr "aid "shell the
POrfect wife." Others' told they
were satisfied with their wives
' and is s -in all percent's. were
brive enough te say 'I love her,'"
I Ons man said be would remsrrit
his wife becousi "no one, sloe
would hove ber."
1 The biggest complaint among
men vo ng no was notaint
Other reacons were infidelitv-.or
b Se X malladiltstment, Mnel

the government of the Umted
State for 2100 a month."
.But she said ,Trimble ''"personal.
ly insulted me" by tasting
tions on the mayor ind people of
Homerville, She apparently, was
irked by Tilmble's story April 2
reporting that' the Mayor failed to
back up bet account Of the rental.
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Trusties,Take Top
read. Garden 'Prizes
ballot 4
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C41r, Attolumbus Show
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ottmBus,:. CaL- alP1).--Trus.-
rai id ties from thi Muscogee County :
--.. jail walked oil with three ling
,t14y prizeslin the : annual Columbul'77,,
bands Bower': show. -- :. t... ,
, the ,The show,,hild inVebrualy, !tali
cm, revealed that prisoners with green
Ian in thumb" out-did the aocials set with
to :ss white gloves..
,- --I'Vur men lake a let et pride in
by ; a' gardening,"12said -assistant !Jaw
they Allen :Moore, hose wife.' a' loor loorbands
bands loorbands met-president of thp sponsoring
were United Carded Clubs. urged: os
7. and the' bloisoming inmates.
The: fact 'that the top whiner'
'tarry, were :jail trusties, was diseloben
is the when Mrs., Latimer 'Matson, so.
.they ciety editor el the Columbus Les-,;-..
wlves ger, decided to check oil the Men's
were backglound. :
ber," "We didn't,,:rnakcpuy fups abnut
marry it," Moore
!mot ITALIAN
immix ROME (UPI), Princ'es So-
aging. rays, former' queee-of Iran,ltas
itv,,,or rented a here 'an& will ;step:,
trou- In Italy, for-at least' six months,
1,Ci. 4 informed suurces paid, today.
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ALL.COMMAO 'PARTY ;ATURDAY,AT RODMAN
TO FEATURE OANCING, FLOOR SHOW
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A gala wills being planned for Saturflay night at the, Enlisted
ARV Club at Rodman Naval Station. seven.act Moor. show is
scheduled for 10 p.m, and .0.1 Martin and his band will provide mu.
slit for dancing.
All Navy'onci.Marihe farsorstil,,,NiOpemployed clsollians of the
Fiftenin 11 MVO, District rind their dipendents or guests sre Invited
Is attend.
', The event is being sponsored.by thS Composite Recreation Coun
al! and Committee.

t7h- e Information Offieer of the
British Embassy and Mrs. Herre Herrerot
rot Herrerot y Franco wit entertain re representatives
presentatives representatives of the press tomor tomortow
tow tomortow eveing at a cocktail bullet.
the event Is planned from 6:30
to 8:30 at the Herrera residence.
:::Also hosting the teception will
ae members of the Anglo-Panawain
Society. The new First Se Setretary
tretary Setretary to the Embassy and Mrs.

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Allan 'Jonas Pledged
To National Fraternity
Allen Jones, son of Col. and Mrs.
Ralph Jones- Jr. of Fort Koobe,
ha; been pledged to Phi Kappa
Tau, national social fraternity, at
Colgate University,' Hamilton, N.
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ALICIA'S KINDERGARTEN AND
, NURSERY SG1001,
Stb Ave., 92th and 94th Streets, San Francisco.
Morning and afternoon sessions,' supervised by trained
personet Mrs; Alicia Conejo, phone 3-3794; Miss Tibia
Perigguit, Phone 3-3997.

Dance Exhibition
Planned At Cristobal
The Cristobal YMCA will pre present
sent present the annual exhibition of the
Madge Locke Theater of Dance
May 1 and 4. The curtain will lift
at 7:30 p.m.
The artists, ranging in age from
six years, present ballet, tap
and ballet numbers. Outatanding
number's in the classical vein will
inrihde "The Swan," "Va Ise Ita Italien",
lien", Italien", "Spanish Gypsy" and 'Ma 'Madain
dain 'Madain Biitterfly".
Tickets are being sold by mem members
bers members and at the YMCA.

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Atlantic Camera Club
' The color division of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Camera Club will avit a re regtdar
gtdar regtdar monthly meeting' Monday
evening at 7:4.5 at the Moubtllope
Club Boon is. I t
An illustrated lecture on "Rivbr
Trails" will ,be presented tr: E.
B. Stevens of Balboa, 'who ,,,bas
traveled through Panama:and
familiar with its peOple,
and rivers.
Guests are 'welcome to attend
the meeting.

Natural History Society
: Dr. R. L Taylor of the :Mi
America Research Unit will be
guest speaker at a meeting of the
Panama Canal Natural History So Society
ciety Society Wednesday, April 22, at the
USO-JWB in Balboa.
His' subject, "Histoplasmosis,"
will be illustrated by ifor
the past seven years,' Dr. Taylor
has been studying the fungus which
causes lung infection which was
first discovered in 'Panama. A
question-and-answer session win
follow his address. f
Interest persons are invited to
attend.

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NEW YORK Vice President
N4on, urging this country and
Russia to accept the International
Court of Justice as an impartial
umpire to enforce future East EastWest
West EastWest agreements:-
"The time has,' now come to
take the initiative' in the direction
of establishment of the rule of law
in the world to replace the rule
of force."
VANDENBERG AFG, Calif.
William R. Godel, director of
planning for the Advanced Re Research
search Research Projects Agency, quoting
the odds on first-attempt recovery
of the Discoverer satellite instru instrument
ment instrument capsule:
ti"The chances are one to 1,000
of getting the satellite into riroper
position and achieving all other
necessary conditions."

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WASHINGTON White House
Press Secretary James C. Ha Hagertl
gertl Hagertl reldling 10AVAIIMItiOnz
to w ether ailing Secretary of
State Dulles had offered to re resign:
sign: resign: "There has been no resignation
submitted."
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, answering critics who
'have accused him tf overempha overemphasizing
sizing overemphasizing the danger ,,of inflation:
"They ftrget that it is too late
to repair a leaky roof when the
rain is pouring down

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INDIANAPOLIS Mrs. Connie
Nicholas. on ber trial on charges
of murdering her lover, Forrest
Teel:
"I'm still hgpeful for that jury
to Acquit me.

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BROADWAY GRAF IV IN
-Virginia of Kefauver trial
fame, is, rumored to be knitting
tiny garments in Switzerland.
insiders in the Democratic -National
ComMittee say a promi-mit
Senator is the front man lin lining
ing lining up delegations ,for Ache
Stevenson. -It appears more., and
more unlikely that Jack-Kenne-dy
wM be the Dems1 candidate
,for President. .Dorothy
inour's 13-year-old son, Ridgely,
may make his summer stock de dela
la dela opposite mama in a play ori originally
ginally originally written about a mother
and her teen-age daughter. Dora Dorathy
thy Dorathy has asked that the script be
re-designed with the of-fsPnig a
Little Richard, tne rock 'n'
roll- headliner 'who sWore -he'd
never return to belting out those
numbers (after he quit show biz
to become a Seventh Day Adven Adventist
tist Adventist preacher) is back on the disc
charts 'with a throbbing item ti titles
tles titles "Kansas City". Liz 'Taylor
and Eddie Fither ,w11.1 occupy a
palatial house in Torre Mohnos,
Spain, during theh' May honey honeymoon..
moon.. honeymoon.. ,The former site of Luck-,
y Pierre's on W. 56th St. has
been taken over by My's, up uptown
town uptown rendeivous of the beatniks.
It will be known as the Celebri Celebrity
ty Celebrity Room and will feature a 'jazz
policy.-

Lenore Lemmon's best beau
George Reeves, was injured in
an auto accidentand it'll be a
tough one to explain to his
youthful lane, for George is TV's
Superman. Among other wounds,
he has a five-inch gash on his
forehead. Mot big mystery ill
jazz circles is whatever became
of the proposed revival of the o original.Benny
riginal.Benny original.Benny Goodman Quartet
on the Texaco video skow "Swing
Into Spring." Nobody's revealing
why B. G. and Lionel Hampton
were the only "originals"or
what happened to Krupa and Wil Wilson?.
son?. Wilson?. Dmitri Mitropoloils'
friends are cheered by his daily
appearance at La Scala On 64th
St.) where he has his lunch and
holds court, now that he's out of
the hospital and on the mend.
Despite his many economy moves
designed to ease the financiar
woes Of France, Gen. Do Gaulle
has agreed to give the tour big--
and frightfully costlyreceptions
that have been an annual custom
vtith French Presidents.

a complete
grigaitt 3.ond
to provide, essential
nutrition

Bob Hope plans to take his
wife on an extended jaunt to tu turopcin
ropcin turopcin therneartfuturede.gre at'
news for the little woman and
his doctors, who were beginning
to fear he'd keep on disregarding
those stern orders to take things
easy for a t alte sudden
death of Anderson Lawler, an
occasional Broadway producer, tit
Flower-Fifth Ave. Hospital the
other day vieved his Mends--
and surprised them, too. There
was no chance to pat theh'
spects; his. body was taken to
Lynchburg,, Va.t, for burial, at'.
companied by daughter they
never knew he had.
What Kim Stanley and Gina
Lao said irt anger about their
leading men was almost compli
mentary compared with Juliette
Greco's shot at O. W, Fischer,
her vis-a-vis in a flicker recent

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Helen 'O'Connell-4; tells Chums
her current separation from-writer
Tom Chamales it the- Intel
onep he'eliving in bachelor quar quarters.
ters. quarters. Meanwhile, the flicker coin coinay
ay coinay is tabbing about the -terriblytrue-to-life
characters the !to.
ry he- sold to MGM, t which they
propose to call "Go 'Naked in the
World." One of the most influen influential
tial influential of all celluloid 'magnates will
blow Ms stack if the script isn't
altered.
Conrad Janis' long-run romance
with Sarah Marshall seems to
have hit an obstacle. -Her name
is Barbara Barclay; she appears
with him in the Broadway come comedy
dy comedy "Make a and she
wilt his cheering section the oth other
er other night when.he sat in on trom trombone
bone trombone with Sol Yaged's Dixieland Dixielanders
ers Dixielanders at the Metropole.
New Yorkers should he fasci fascinated
nated fascinated by the' picture titled "The
Young PhiladelpMans.", It gwes
quite a bit of attention to the to topical
pical topical business of state- taxes.
-Jaye 'p. morgan's Ahief suitor is
industrial designer Sid :Daman,
who has been extremely vocal in
putting down the works of the
late Frank Lloyd Wright. A
California company iint connect.
ed with show business will oiler
the Motion Picture Academy a
fortune to put the award ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies into theatreson closed cir circuit
cuit circuit TVnext year. .And speak speaking
ing speaking of the Oscar ceremonies, one
introduction of a handsome actor
gassed all the insiders.
The in.c, of the moment paid an
extravagant compliment to the
debonair starand he s h o tt d
know, the hard way, because his
girl is dating the goodgooking fel fellow.
low. fellow. (And he can't do a thing a about
bout about it because he's fo very mar married.)
ried.) married.) Theatre ticket speculators are
wishinga1oudthat they could
go in for jet plane reservations.
There aren't many 'hot demands
for play ducats on w-e ekend
nights, but the current 4compul 4compulsion
sion 4compulsion to fly by jet is the greatest
headache travel agents ever ex experienced.
perienced. experienced.
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WALTHAMSTOWY England
WM) The locar museum todak
Out en dieplay lit rat trip &tint
back, to 1875. ,,
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One of the newist true ,bridge
stories concerns a couple of our
very young players who amved
at a lour heart contract after a
seriti of some vdozen bids. Be Be'fore
'fore Be'fore the dummy hit the table da
clarer' explained that his oppb oppbnents
nents oppbnents were, really unlucky since
only their 'system could have
found this remarkable contract,'
after dummy did hit Abe table and
he found that it only held three
hearts the same number that
be held. he wasn't so sure. After
going down four trickl he was
even less sure.
Today's five club contract only
went donw one and it took a
heart lead and a 4-2 diamond
break to beat lt,Aut it was al almost
most almost as bad a Contract since
there are nine top tricks St no noThe
The noThe strange thing about the
hand was not the contract. It
was the discussion between
North and South as to how they
should have reached three 'no,
trump. They approved their bid bidding
ding bidding up to the ,tiree club call,
but at that point North thought
South should have bid three spades
whereupon North could have bid
three no-trump. South thought
North should have bid three spades
Over the three diamonds, etc.
J'Actually, there was a safe; sane
and,, simple way to reach tinee
no-trump, South should have bid
it right over North's three clUbs.

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CHS To Hold'
Spring Fejstivoil
Tomorrow Night

Cristobal High School today an announced
nounced announced the presentation of its
22nd annuaa spring music festival
tomorrow :it the CIIS antorium at
7:30 p.m.
This is one of the major pro.
grams staged by the School music
groups during) the school year.
O. E. Jorstad' will again direct
the festival.
ATTEND CONFERENCE
ACCRA,-GbanalUPI4 groilp
of-4. Russian (scientists, including
four women, ,arriveC to day io
attend the international West tsfri!,t
can scientific' conference. The Com
ferences begins And Sunday
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Sy' PATRICIA hteCIMMACK
1. NEW, YORE cUri)--
1"buttinsky" is one' ailment not
mentioned in child. card book. But
it should be.
;Bow do vitt deaCwith friends,
neighbors and relatives, usually
well intended, who butt in On
your child raising business?
, The only. antidote is welipoint welipointed
ed welipointed replyAumed at 'urging the giv.
er .of fret advice' to keep it to
Heirs' 'a net of typically pain painful
ful painful comments and suggested, re replies.
plies. replies. Lige- when needed.
"It's too bad her, hair isa't
, blond and curly. She"d by beau beauty
ty beauty for' sure." Reply: -Wouldn't we
---"Your cute biby's left -eye -le
a' little crossed." Reply: Maybe
yOu're looking at, it, trooked.,
t,'--"Robeit isn't4olletIvArained
yet? My John is.ttet me tell 'you
how I did You have
t,hree times te be exact.
,control ,your;:.child.

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jOhannk I Fitzgersld, transpor transportation
tation transportation operations assistant in the
Freight -Department It the New
York office -of the rename Line, 1
emeng-the,d1 passengers Who
were booked to sail last Friday,
from NeW 'York for Cristobal a,
board the Panama Liner Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, according to the advance
passenger list. Miss Fitzgerald
has, been employed ,In the New
York office for 35 Years.
Three local Canal employes are
booked for Cristobal., They are
William A. Hadarits, Mt. and Mrs.
Frank D. Harris, and MI and
Mrs.- Robert S. Herr.
,-",,,Herr. who bo administrative
tide to the Director of Posts, has
been in the United States on va--
dation., During his absence he at at,
, at, leaded a five-day management
development seminar held for V.
Sc-Post Office executives in )(el )(ellytoe;
lytoe; )(ellytoe; Alabama. 7

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MARKIN' GTON
dent Eisenhower. Was, 'reported
A ,1encouraged1,0, yesterday py- :it
GOP survey showing Publinc nuP-
- tort. for his budgetr defense4 and
iserlin 'Policing and-. opposition ,-, to,
' 1.'spend-thrkft federal -programi,'',
' Hobs Reimblictit Leader
Charles Ralleck tbe sur survey
vey survey results to Eipenbowerts vieek.!
Whitt" lignsi Inseting WA 4.0P
',"V.I. legislative Ieaders. lwas-,based
t- : on:findings- by-4044cm ;lipase
tr members; whO -gonndq4-Int voter,
sentiment,. Outing .11!eti:k za0., 0,7
cations. - :
1 The President-. and the ,legiale ,legiale-
- ,legiale- five leaders 'els& discusseda Sen Sen..
.. Sen.. ate, passei Democratit, bill to' crf crf,
, crf, ate a speCial unemploynient attidy'
tommtission and found seal,
, Inettt 101 Arying ;t0 'the!
, !louse. , .1
' Halleclg'4 Said lisi 'had! e'ltiu:atins"
..)1 because ;Aim proposal.4.,.,A
might 6041a'y'Aelt. ih
4, certain' legislation ',dealing', V, tilt,
housing distressed-, areAs
while rit;., group ,4nasie sfutlY-1
But he said- Republie Ali would gO
along -because no ,osie has. I mo-:
noPoly. on :concern for Abe ;jobless.
wkIte- Hogee meeting like,
wise toak..,tip ,11 Semate-approved I
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, Senate BepUblican -Leader Zit
erett M. Dirksen (I11.) called 'the
Senate's , action ,f .I.:an.', astonishing
perforntince',' ,and said,' tbat If I
ever ,saw a' bill, I: would urge a
Ifato,,ttn., .that. was one lie, said
IV. could I create a .!loonaiderable
problent1' to remove Benseo's Con Control
trol Control over- the REA chief. 2 '..
-.,7 Eisenhower:: conferred with.' the
L
, epublican,leadets shortly. before
' Wing' in' the -,dedication.!- of i'.. a
, y, white. memetial bell -. tower
, to the,late Sen.. Robert TA. Taft of
1 Ohio,- -; his n ode-time .political foe,
wholiter,became g trusted. lieu lieutenant..
tenant.. lieutenant.. on Capitoi Bill ,, '. .,i,:
A-lie:President lien tok eft in
'his,: big '!,-gtive'roment-Owned paint
at.'12f.20 p.m. e.s.t,-,to resume his
golfing vacation '; eti4ugusta,",:Ga.
4110 did, not pay i return visit
,to ailing Secretary' of :State :John
Foster 'Dulles; -With, whom he met
Monday,: But administration, sour sour,
, sour, ces- said, they., believed :Eisenhow :Eisenhower,
er, :Eisenhower, wag resigned to the foot thst
Dulles: never will be able :Jo, re-i
tnifn, ni ,the, cabinets ki, ..1. i! ''.",,,..,

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Press Secretary lames' C. Hag Hagerty
erty Hagerty announced testits pt the GOP
pot, l on,; public backing 'Icor ,,,, the
Presicienes '.:oprograms atter t e
White Houses pleating:, saki Ei Eismhower:1
smhower:1 Eismhower:1 thnegbt lehe., a

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-thenewtonier the most ob obions'
ions' obions' monkey talkers 4, -are the
black, 'satanic faced bowlers,
whose-. chorus of hundreds 01
voicee 'from all over the large is island
land island greets' the- sungitat is hurl hurled
ed hurled like a great commumty at any
aireraft which happens to 'pass
over,,, and which may be started
by almoet any disturbance in the
jungle canopy.
, ftvr the' uninitiated it'eeems just
meaningless noise for the sake of
poise. Once started it apparently
is taken up by eyery howler an the
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--But la :interpretation,
tayst' inity be, a little. unfair
1,to the nionkeys.,,,'. ,',- 't '.
r --True,. makinucnolse it racial
trait, lot which the howler3 vocal
apparatua, provided ',,,, with- some something
thing something like a "louti epeaker," po pocualiarlyadapted;
cualiarlyadapted; pocualiarlyadapted; and some of tbe
choruses mey jiafi no other 'pur 'purpose
pose 'purpose ,than noise ,making,-,altbogub
an intimate study shows, several
, variations in tit, -message convey conveyed.
ed. conveyed. But in, the species the imitative
Instinct Is perhaps almost mitre mitre,ly'
,ly' mitre,ly' develped, ..
The significante' Of the "dawn
'chorus' remaitis to' be fathomed.
,It hardly' can be considered a
warning, as can the.sottewhat dif different
ferent different roar of defiance caused by
a passing plane.' The .bowlers,
dwellers .14 high treeteps,,,' quite
naturally are alarmed at any large
unknown object passing over overhead.
head. overhead. ,,,
- The. dawn ',chorus can, be qidte
somewhat 'anthropo 'anthropomorphically,
morphically, 'anthropomorphically, interpreted as an ex expression
pression expression Of irritation on waking.
SOMe "howler," so to speak, "gets
out of bed on the. wrong side" and
is Iliad 'about. it. lie expresses his
irritation in aloud roar whieh can
be,.iteard aN over the' island' and
is taken up bY all the. other
monkeys., ; N
besided the roars, the howl howl'ers
'ers howl'ers a -repertoire, of softer :sounds
and inflections of sounds used bi
lost-babies trying to, locate their
mothers,. -rnotliers their
children, etc., ;
Quite dliferint ',, the', lan language',of
guage',of language',of the smaller pseudo-monkeys,
like 'the marmosets:lama marmosets:lamatins,
tins, marmosets:lamatins, and squirreltmonekeys.'lleir
variety pf calls is somewhat bird birdlike:
like: birdlike: They- live, after- all, a simile
sort.of We to the birds in 'the litit
jungle treetops and in 'some waY
seem' to exceed tome of the feath feath,ered
,ered feath,ered tribe ,aa,"flyers."-.'
' Their latigulges,-, o iy;n l'h a 'n
finds,' consist of :.eiritiet of., twit twitters,
ters, twitters, whistles,' ecreeches, and
-.chirps,. 'moat, of' 'which are quite
penetrating 'end whose Inflections
convey differentmeanin,gs, -e
Spider monkeys' and,,shite-faceed
InonkeYs, tint Xellerailaad sim
tan types; have' different' 'kinds of
Calla which, fliffer4rontkspecies
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OSLO (Ori)--SoMe-10,000, Nor Norwegittns
wegittns Norwegittns tirove-, on q' parliament
yesterday to protest. against high
import duties on automobiles and
trucks, The deliberately staged
traffic Jam was the worst in Nor Norbistozy.
bistozy. Norbistozy.
For more that' hour,' trucks,
limousines, taxis, family --sized
passenger 'automobiles, and tiny
sPerts tars effectively blockaded
the streets arotmd the parliament
building. : 4 ,
During the tie-up, only oin ve vehicle
hicle vehicle managed to snake its way
through. police car carrying a
stricken demonstrator to ',hoop",
thiy, passenger car 'Ovmed by
the post office alsd tried to buck
the crowd,,! but demonstrators
forced it to it bait Police finally
rescued the ,automnbils and its
occupants ; from demonstrators.
who were pounding against ,its
sides 'and ton. 1 -
Parliament members watched
tbs demonstration from windows,

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," WASHINGTON (DPI). AFL.
CIO President George Meany
yesterday pledged "solidarity"
with Africans who are, fighting fightingfor
for fightingfor nationah independence an
those who recently have thieved
,) deny said organized, labor
would renew its efforts to get the
Vnited States to use its influence
with Free World allies egging
colonial policies.
: He Made the statements in a
message to the American Com
mittee on Africa, sponsor of 'an
African Freedom Day celebration
at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Warning against Communism,
Meany said the Chinese Commu
nist attack on ,Tibet underlines I
the 'danger of "new and more ag
gressive formsof colonialism 120W
threatening the world"
He said. he was ieure that all
Africa wili win its freedom and
the 'only questions remaining are
how long iV will take and the cit.
tumstances concerning ach
'state.

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: RELIVING PIONEER DAYSPertlY bidden by pufft of smoke, Tom Pike of, Liebon, Olin, (.
bulls on an elaborate Indlarrrnmahawk gip l'hor 44-year-old utility eompany 'foreman tas
bunt a, sne-msn, stockade neer Lisbon on Out billow! Tuscarora Trail to surest'. ruUld &Mb
try ,once potiulated by Iroquobo:ind Seneca: He plans to ,open the retake stronghold at a
, Museum' end stock It with Items of the frontier deyTom do,de .the bobbl agreeable Since
the Indiane, expgessed disagreement by 'turning the 'Ape's blade ttpwird. . ..
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BOSTON (UP1)Tat'rebel An
!dark (Didte) Vautter was freed
from 'jail- on bail yesterday to
await a cmirt ruling on his claim
that it le unconstitutional for
Mastachusette to levy income tax taxes
es taxes on workers who live out of the
state.
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Vautier loot no time in trading
his-striped prison garb, which his
wife ealled "the entest :pillow
ticking that I've ever seen.1' for a,
blue buslar mit and red neck-The
couple drove SWAY hada'',
heading for a hero's welcome for
Yeutter at Obeir hometown of
ham,' ,where he has 're 'revolved
volved 'revolved 'plenty of moral etropora for
his and,

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Vautiers a civil 'engineer, spent
eight days in jail. His attorney
finally mon hit, release under a
"gentleman's agreement" ,which
provided that Tattier put up a
SSW bond, ki additimi to $300 bail.
It ,-will be held pending a state
Supreme Court decision on the
constitutionality of' the tax on out
of tate residents, who work ,in
-Ideatachusetta ,
, the ruling,,goes against Vait.1
tier, perinea of the $1,40 tax due
On his 19513 Massachusetts earned
income will be guaranteed.

stresies, are expression of
mental emotions, atm point is that
the moneky families vocalize dif diflecont
lecont diflecont t feelings -different v wan
which! ore enuilanny intelligible
,throUgliont oPeciel

( LAS lVEdAS, Nev;,
of America's fastest jets,' capable
of tarrying nuclear weapons while
inying twice the speed of sound,
will be sent to Europe' next fall ,4
to reinforce U.S. Air Force units,
it vas disclosed yesterday.
Pilots who fly the giant- F105
fighter plane said their squadron
would be ready for- rotation as.
signment overseas after complet
ing training by.fall.
FOur pilots, here from Fein
Air-Force Base, Fla. for a bomb-
ing demonstration inconnection .1
with' t,he first 'World Congress of
Flight, described the capabilities
of the 25-ton. planci One of the
pilots -Is Maj.1- Claire .P, Chen Chennault,'
nault,' Chennault,' son' of the general who led
thtl Flying 'Nero' in China. ,
The pilots said, the rios prob.'
ably was the longest range let
fighter in the world. Carrying a
hydrogen or atom bomb, it can
reach a range of at Aeut 1,500
miles, a distance which could be
extended with extra fuel tanks or ---
in-flight refuelinge

'The:sleek jet calf attain a top
speed cof 1,400 miles an hour,-
which apparently would make it
the first fighter in Europe capa capable
ble capable -of flying twice' the Ispeed of
sound.

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-..: of the species in the eyolutionarl He ,liti Triads 'f-preliminarY 1, te. for theltininitiated seems just tbe streets. arotmd the parliament would be reads, for, rotation aa. .. : ;co flax
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' -, House ,-, Reptiblicith ', ',Leader prohlete" to remove Rensen's -con- Pe...heare se ever um' Isla!' "A" tie, ," r. ' ', yesterday pledged "solidarity" ,.' -'..., wt 7 '' 'Poo. ;
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.. ... : Charles A.' Halleck ,,took tbe eur- trol over-the REA-chief. 2 ,,,,,z ... :. is taken. up,,by all '..;,the. ,,, ,,. other
!-The couple th'ovoi SWAY hada'', with Africans- who are fighting- --"' ' '
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i' vey results to 1ibower's' week- -,7 Eisenhower.rconferred with' the 'moire Ya, heading for a hero's wookome for for, nationaltAndependence an '',. ' f :
: ly, Whitlailouse media10h 4, OP epublican,leaders shortly. before' :'' PIN' teatdee' the ro' ars,' the. h oW I IA
A IA Vaater it 4112111t hometown-of Fel- those who recently have achieved ' , ,. otot...',, : --d!""".mt. ,',
0 RAtHANG SUITS ''''' : .' '''''''''' ''' . .'
-.. ,,,,,, le -astir, ,leaders,,,It Iless"..baied Ming' in' -the'-,dedication,- of ".' a .ers a lePerteire'll lefter 'fieue!"a hael,,,,,.N14 Aidlere he heo ",, re. ir. ,, : , . .. ,
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' ''-- ter findiegs. by ,Ii.epblican Anuse y, white.',..membrill bee :rower and inflections of 'sounds used 1)1 ,,
sof moral eupporti for li. Neatly 'eald '.- orgaeized; labor
, s would renew ita efforts te get the , -
so member ;who ., 8010444ot: voter to the:late Sen.. Robert -,-k Taft of lost "-babies trying to, locate their chOliavedatandillentlY,
ited States to use its influence -- , -.. ,- 4"" -"'";0'!'',,'
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, k '"-Irentieis a civirengineer, spent with' Free World 'allies againat :
4) T.'"' The Presided'. and the legiale- tenant' ow Capitol Hill.. .,, .-..'
i, ;., :,, Quite' ., dnferent le :-. the Ian- .eight days', in ,jed. Hi
,s attorney colonial policies. . -,. .. -,, ... N
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, "- tive leaders 41301 disoussedlt Sen- -, ';:,..., ,''',.-.,, -,',. ... ,,,, .,..,. ; ,'.'.',--,, (Maga" 0 SMI P6 -- finally ',won' hit:release under a ; He Made the statements in a
. .1 15 1 ot. A
.. ate, passed 'Democratit, bill 'to' era- ;the.' President' 'theft tot ,off in keys,like 'the marmosets, ', tame-
i "gentleinan's' a,greement" ',which message to the ;American Com- ., , , , ,,
. a 0 (
' Otte ,a speCial unemploynient, attidy bis; big 'tt-gevernment-Owned 'Thine rins,'. and squirrelyeonekeye. The r ,...,..ided that ,v,attier put 00 a Mittee .011 Africa, sponsor of 'an :
- .",,NIkti' ',' ',,Nkt,..,.,,'t" -. i','' : -.7 .,
N 1 or today! ., k'fili,:t - ''''--' ,'1 ''.4,' -
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- -. tom11134os ,..and' found.no t seal,. at:12f.20 p.m. act,' to resome his variety pf calls is somewhat bird- P1-uv
$500' bond in additim to $300 ball. African Freedom Day celebration
.
,,. rant lel Aryied ;r0.,hlock:h. duffle
A. ,the golfing vacation "; et:; Augusta, '.,sGa. -like.: They- live, 'after- ells" at, It., will be held reading a L state at Carnegie Hall in New York. "" '' '' ' , ',.',.,,,,, '' ''' 5e-k '. : -, r'-.-i
: House.:, .". ', .T. ''''",':'. '' :" ',:"'!-- '.... ; -; ,z.He did- not pay return visit. sort.of lift to the. birds in the htils
Supreme Court 'aecision on the Warning against Communism, 0 LAD' I E S' S'1...11 P E R S 44 41'"N,--. A ',""''' -- '-''
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. . Hallech'.," Said lie'hate"qu'alonS" 'to... ailing Secretary,' of :State:John Jungle. treetops and in 'some ways, ,e0hati
tuu ,ality "of' the tax on- out Meotny said the Chinese :Commu- , ',,,.:. . ,. , ', on No1,, .. ,,,, ,.,,, ,
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; because ,,the propesel.4.,-, p ,,-.. '',';' Treater Dullea;-arith 'whom be met seem to exceed Some of Ae feeth. work :ie, nist attack otl,: Tibet Underlines ,. ", ' .": ' '' '' '' '' .tV' '''''' '''t '"!'''' 1 t t
'' a of tate ,, residentio whet-
enight ,nitai ,' a 60-da'y'.,del'itY:' ..1 to Monday,: Rut adminittretion, sour- ,ered tribe ,ite,"flyers,"- ,,
. Meatachtilietts.', ,':, ''' : the 'danger of new and' more ag- Cash Onir,0 No Returns -0 4No Exchanges. ,., !.,,,,,, t , I, t.
4: certain legislatiorvoiealing,ie -1.th ces--. said, they- believed Risenhow- Their laagtiage's4 In 1'1111 .- If the ruling Ames against Vim-,
'T e
gr lailra formsof colonialism BOW ' -- ,i" 't ...
.. housing ,,sod .-i,f distressed ,,, areas er, was- resigned to ',the fact, thst finds,' -.consist of:yaritiet of twit-
tier,' Arnett of the' $140 tat due threatening the world."' , , ' ' ' .'''' '' '
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, ,, while tts; group Onede '1.te' s!udY.' Dullea: -never -will be ,ab,sle ".40, re-,i tent.' whistles,' ecreeches,, ., Ind on his 19513 Massachusett earned He said, he was'; 'sure that all- ' ', , g t-- We slier new articles., -. 't 1-
0, But Ive said- ReptibliB us' would' ga tOrt, tfi thtzt cabinets: ki, -.:. .;' it! ',.',,, -chirPs.'". Most,' of 'which ',. are quite intsorn ,,,,111 be ter.,,,,eed., , Africa' will win -its" freedom end ',, 0 ,.. .r On Special Sale attily ,-,11 1. ;
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l ; along -because no ,csie has. i mo-: ,:,.,..":,.....k,,, iv 1. -,..,,,,f f,...'14. -' ,i penetrating ,' 'and .wliose Inflections e- "'"''' ' the 'only questions remaining -are a I r'. ., ,,..
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' ,' noPolyonvoncem for-tbe Jobless. 'i:Press Secretary "Jamea' C. Hat- convey different,meanings, 'e .. ..' : 1 ,,,,,, g U ke nd the Cit., -, 14 .' .. .., ,
' ,Tnt. Whtte.littise.; 'meeting like, erty :announced teslts'of ,the GOP ,'.. Spider trionkeyor and,,,,white,face- streeies, are' expressioni Of ',;ele- cumstancea concerning to a c h -,, ,,, .. .,. ,, ,. 'it, i i'
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CHICA60 (UPI) -s---Miss Stella --forhes,
Krutizynaki,- selected ,as kabliss- clean el
knee a, Vomit of the Year never a
(MWOTY), is not ImpTessed with that eit
the honor.,,,v ;14 messed
Miss Kruslitukto-'11 rest room and. till
supervisor at r the'. Merchandise women;
l&Ae,'SAWA4dly Sholefail hurt, war:
and Wignant by published rut- worked
rens to, the work, with -- moP 4,,Thei
and !, scrub- brush :which: presiim- up' the
ably won her the' oatierk,
.Iv neve r used a 'moP iinued..
scrubbed a flUor ell .ths Years ,,I1Ve
worked at ,the mart,it she' said.
, ktiss Kruszyuki said she .was ayeakt
mystified. as to why cleansing plies,9,.
powder manufacturer which apon- was
sored the AffAir picked her to.he- ;aith
gin -""I di(
women they choie me, and when
Mtn' A 'IP. e!plesairnedan,le,ir"Wthee,;swiTirtited !Ott To'''IP
lady-who would glorify an occu occupation
pation occupation thatia hardi
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Mxicon State
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EXI C epot epot'ism
'ism epot'ism Attributed to Guerrero stew
Gov., Raul Caballero' yesterday,
meemed.to overshadow the office
practices of some X.& congress-,
men, --,,
,
Newspaper. pointed -out thai:
The state 'knot inspector was the
goverscg's,,,eon;' the stake Ire's Ire'surer'
urer' Ire'surer' hia cousin; the state'tax
collector 'was ble hrotheK;'
rector ot state public works was
his nephew; the state's attorner
general: was his made; t and the
governor's personal lecretary.,was
another nephew.

,
.,,These, tycoons- conss,-to. their -,
clean offices in. the morning; with- :.
never a thought of bow they got t;::'
that way.--,Ther leave them ,all
messed up St the end of ,the day 4:.'
an& then-, tomes -this., ar la
m
women.'.'' .!,'..N, -', 1'1 -,', ,, ', -,
. Miss. Kruszynski ;said phe no er
workefl at night.. ', --: ,,,-,,,, '..,,",,-,. .7-..,-.',
-2 41'heirs is the-job' of ',cleaning
up the spilled ashes,' the dropped
paPerk";tho spokesman con.,
unued, ..!.',,,.,A .. ',.., ,,,,...,..; il ,,;, I. ...,
,,,I,'Iye -don't toticlf the -flOot,'. or 't
mop't, ''or 'scrub,' Miss- Kruk. ',:, 4
rzynsid said.,.."ye just handle supd ,-.
Igies'9.,' ..,,-. -;': ;,' : '.. ."'''. 1,, .'
, Was .'31litli ltiviszynskt, ,thrilfed '.'
with her, selectcpne?'.,.- -..: .
, !I didn'.thwanf anT Put of Ifl';2:,
abo- said: ,,,--- ,.,..: 1-.4'-',- '7... ',.'r'..' 3
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,1 BONN; Germany -(Ur "Y.-An ppm
position Socialist spokesman
sisted tday thatj Konrad Ade,
nauer must resign' as chancellor
immediately', offer, his expected om
lection to the West German prem.,'
idenc on July 1.
k leader' of Adetiouer's
don 'Democratic Party said, how
ever. that Adenoma' wtaild remain
at the heed of the government
until one. Or toil days before his
exPlteted stslinsption of the pros!,
dency en Sept, IS. -.
Xari Nomaner, Sociallet periled
mentary vhip, said that the' Om
yearold Adenauer would be going
sgainst the spirit' a 'the". conetitum
tion the' tried to remain as
chencellOr. following : election.'
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The Gerald Odom.,
- Now Of Iiirminghsm
- Have Daughter
,News has been received of the
a brith of a daughter to Mr. and
, Mrs. Gerald S. Odom. The little
is the couples first child. She
, was born Mar. 2I hi Birmingham.
and will be named Maria
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: WASHINGTON President Et.
4, genhower, about the late Sea.
; Robert A. Taft et the dedication
I Of a memorial to him:
'
"Whenever I needed him most,
t
a bet,was there."
t
BERLINAn American spokes spokes,
, spokes, man on Soviet harassment of U.S.
planes in the Berlin air corridor:
"We will continue to fly as high
' at we please when we please."

.$ LAS VEGAS, Nev. An an an'
' an' ;Iouncement of the North Ameri American
can American Air Defense Command, ex.
tttat a tingle nuclear nucleararmed
armed nucleararmed MB-1 Genie rocket carried
oby its fighter planecost $250.
fit
:6' The CO6t Is relative, however,
Ywhen consideration is given to
,110v, completely k can destroy one
or many hydmgen bomb carriers,
' each with the capacity in a !in !in'
' !in' gle bomb to. clobber a city, its
industry and its population."
WASHINGTONWilliam Bufa Bufalino,
lino, Bufalino, head of a Detroit juke box
7ocal of the Teamsters Union, de deslying
slying deslying that he had anything to do
Iwith bombinl and refusing to
',take a lie detector test:
"I don't need any machine to
- 'tell me what the truth is."
HOLLYWOODSinger Vic Da
mono on the departure of his ex.
wife, Pier Angell, for Europe With
their tbreelearold son:
"She could at least have let me
say goodbye to my son."

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Mr. Odom is the son of Mrs.'
Helen L. Smith of Diablo. Ho was
reared on the Isthmus, attended
Canal Zone schools and was ent
ployed briefly by the Canal ergo-,
nization. A civli' engineer, be is
now with the American Institute
of Steel in Brimingham.

Rosary Altar fox lity
To Sponsor Too
The Rosary Altar Society of the
Holy Family Church in Margarita
will sponsor a tea Sunday atm
noon from two to four- at tha
Knights of Co lu...bus Home in
Margarita.
Mrs. Dorothy Nevi Ils'of Ancon
will be the guest speaker.
All women of the parish ankle.
Idled to attend.

BAPTIST
Salim Heights
Sunday will mark the third week
in the -surcessful Sunday Sett Mil
"Show Your Faith" ettendance
campaign at the First Baptist
Church of Balboa-Heights.
The attendance went above 600
on the second Sunday beating all
previous attendants records. Tlie
workers are -continuing to contact
members and propeets inviting
them to join the campaign.
This month long campaign has
for its goal the building of Sunday
School and church attendance. The
prostects and members are given
the opportunity to sign a pledge
card saying they will maks every
reasonable effort to be present
each of four Sundays of April. It
is build around the verse of Scrip Scripture
ture Scripture in James, "I will show thee
my faith by my works."
Sunday School begins each Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 9:30 cm.. with classes for
all age groups. A nursery is pro provided
vided provided at all services to accomod accomodate
ate accomodate the parents of small children
The community is invited to all
services and to join in the caw.
paign.

PERSONS WHO HAVE RECEIVED GIFTS OF
THE FAMILY PLAN

Edith M. de Villanueva
Blanca R. de Ortiz
Marne la Visuetti
flora' R. de Gonzitlez
Rosa C. de Alemn

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trrnt ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
Gov. Orval nubile, disclosed yes yesterday
terday yesterday that on three different oc occasions
casions occasions the FBI warned him ,an
attempt, would be made on his
We.
None of tbe threats material materialized,
ized, materialized, however.
Faubils had no comment on the
attempts to assassinate Gov.
Lindsay Almond of Virginia last
week. But Faubus said he 'had
gottenolnanx, threats himself both,
by telephone and- mail.
"InformatiOn of a more serious
nature concerning the threats has
also been made available to Me,"
he said, "but I cannot disclose
theiy st the. present time."
Faubus said he and his family
sleen at the executive mansion
without polite protection and
"we intend to keep it that way."
"Sure, some of these threats
are serious," Faubus said, "but
, I have added no extra police pro protection,
tection, protection, nor.do, I intend to."
The governorN only body guard
is State Police Sergeant Floyd
Wesver, his, constant companion.
Mrs. Patsy Ellis, Faubus' re recentionist.
centionist. recentionist. said at least one threa-t
ening letteime week has been re received
ceived received in the governor's office
since he encircled Central' Bigh
School here Labor Day, 1957, with
Nat'onal Guardsmen to prevent
integration.
Mrt."" Ellis said' none 'of the
breatening letters came from' Ar Ar,
, Ar, kangss.
"Most of them are from north northern
ern northern states," Ole said,"One letter
writer from Michigan,said he had
been 'designated by some group
to kill the governor,", said mrs,
Ellis.
She said most of the letters are
either unsigned or have fictional
names and addresses.
Faubus plans a tour of several
midwestern states end Canada
next month.
"If it WM 110) to me," Mrs.
Ellis oaf& "he would not be go
ing on so many trips."

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BON VOYAGE Four members of the Canal Zene Conversation Club who are soOri tO' leave the Isthinus were hOnored'at
Meetinrof the club last week. Pictured froni left are Capt. Carl Mott, who ham serted ao club president; Mrs:Luis de Armas,
club advisor: Mrs. Mott, and Miss Sandy Jose and Miss :ulie Holmes, staff members at the I.8. Embassy in Panama. The
Navy captain has been transferred to Wasnington,.D.C., Miss Jose to La Paz and Min Holmes to Cambodia. ;

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FaubOs Says FBI Warned Him twice
Attempts Would Be Made On His Life

She said one day 'hi 'Ney Or Orleans
leans Orleans a man broke through 'a Po Police
lice Police guard and handed Faubus
dollar bill as a donation to sup support
port support 'Little Rock's priyate, segre-,
gated school.
"But that man!" said Mts.
"He could easily hive killed the
governor."!,

1511t;Hava Dist
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Vilicir Gels Posit
At Ilaval-licadOmy

46p4f4.,IHARLES

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Navy Capt. Charles K. (Miller,
15th Naval District planning of officer,
ficer, officer, hag been named chief of
staff and administrative aide to
the superintendent of the 13'.$.
val Academy,

The veteran submarine officer
will leave later this month and as,.
sume the post in mid-May. His
successor has not yet been named,
A 1939 Academy graduate. Mill.
er will be returning for the second
time to the site where he started
his career 24 years ago. From
1948 to 1948 he taught mathema.
tics at Annapolis.
In 20 months here Captain Mill.
er, has been planning officer and'
top secret control officer. He also
has served as military asssitance
program officer, traveling to
many Latin American countries
with Rear Adm. George Wales,
Commandant of' the 15th Naval
District, on military aid business.
During' his present tour the
captain has been active in Little
League baSehall as a manager
and official, and he has been a
member of the board of govern.
ors of the St. Amador Golf Club
and Officers' Club.
Miller .tvill be joined later by
Ms wife Jane, and three dough.
1 ters, ,Jane, 15, Martha, 12, anti
Susan 1.
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Al6erian Rel?elsr
Have Gun Biatle
In Paris Suburb

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, PARIS (1.7PIiThe War.bertween
rival factions of Algerian rebels
'7 ,exploded on a' busy ,street corner
In a suburb of Paris- yesterdav,
One person was wounded as but.lp
et1 began flying.
It wag the Peventh shooting. in
two weeks In the rivalry, between
the MNA,, and FILN trebel
ments
, Police said FIN ,,' members p.
parently'started the emoting. Ths
!, Antics rounded up ousneeted mem mem,,,
,,, mem,,, berg' of.,Irtb groups for,, question

Aeriiiiaelf;:liiiiitili; Sid.Ri

, (Continued from Nat'l)
satisfying uncontr011,pd ambi ambitions
tions ambitions of. power and money.
"The Executive Brandi stateS
fOr the record that this sinister
plot is in constant and direct
relationship' with. the 'policy fol...
lower tor some time and parti partieularl
eularl partieularl in the last few weeks bY
well known 'elements of the
pres,s and radio, who, undet the
plan laid' out, propose to create
in Palladia 'a climate of nero.'
Voilsneas end agitation,.fork the
ptirpbe'nf fatilitatinv, the;auc the;auccent
cent the;auccent 'tha mareenarY, Adven Adventure.
ture. Adventure. G'' ,1 .'!
The Exedttlye tiranch places
before All honest and.. responsi responsible
ble responsible Panamatiant the tact that
this infalhous mission, in which,
as stated unscrupulous Pana.;
manianS are participating, sig signifies
nifies signifies an unspeakable treachery
to the Nation and establish the
worst of Precedents, for, ,in' the
event that it is carried out. the
internal security of the countrY
will be forever jeopardized, na naMimi
Mimi naMimi sovereignty will be at the
mercy of anv vroup of interna international
tional international soldiers of fortime and
our country will fall victim,
time and again, t those who
are determined to trample upon
'the national soil from abrdad
for no reason other thap the
despicable Incentive of pay: pr
the spoils of war.

"The Executive Branch states
that, from the first, it has been
gathering specific information
on this plan which it denounces
and .on those who are acting lb
it and .has been preparing and
is fully prepared to provide-an
exemplary punishment for the
nucleus of foreigners who com compose,
pose, compose, the invasion and for the
traltrous Panamanians w h 0
have been plotting it
1, 'The Executive Branch, which
haa'been taking and continues
to take, all the measures reouir
ed .by circumstances to prevent
an Upheaval In the nation's life,
desires to point out that this
Official Communique carrieS
'with. it a patriotic appeal, to the
conscience of Panamanians: but
it is at the same time a solemn
yarning to the democratic sen senthnent
thnent senthnent of the' peoples and gov governments
ernments governments of America. Becanse
upon the day, that what is at.
tempted against our country be becomes
comes becomes a 'precedent, thn daY 1113,
on Which the fate of sal Ot
the Spanish American mat ons
denends from the COOrdinated
action of 'unscrupulous sneculk.
tors and mercenary hordes. up
on tbnt dal, there Will ,clicap.
pear the 1301ttleal eultthe which
our peoples have been acquiring

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BERKELEYSailf.
rican Children would learn arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic 'faster and better if
oerly ,taught, according to t, Dr.
Kenneth Pitzer. chemistrY- dean
of the University of California.'
krecent study, leas that! one
per", cont of California children
made Os good a showing in erithw
metie as youngsters of the same
age in England, ha said.
To' show what children esti
achieve if they receive better In Instruction,
struction, Instruction, Parer tited the acceler acceleration
ation acceleration program of ,,, si Richmond,
Calif., elementary ichool, where
one-third of tho pupils are finish finishing
ing finishing sixth-grade arithmetic in the
fourth grade ,and ,a -growing owl owlber
ber owlber are doing ninth-grade algebra
in theseventh.'
Dotter ,,teaching of iirithmetle
is badly needed to provide a beets
for mathematics, a, tey tool of
engineers, and scientists, Pitzer
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tlirough efforts and -sairifideis
and in these lands only ,the bor.,
rid and hateful system at crime
and blood will prevail. :
"ERNESTO 15E OCARDIA
Minister of Ooverrunent and
Justice,- Max lieurtematte.
Minister of Foreign Relations,
Miguel Moreno, Jr.
Minister of Finance and irreu-'
ury,- Fernando Eleta AN'l
Minister of EdueatiOn,.. Carlos
Sucre C: 0). :
Minister of Public Works. 110-,
berto Lopets Fabrega, 4
,, Minister-. of Agricurtar COM-,
merce, and ,Industries, Alberto
Boyd: -
Minister -of tabor, Social Wel-,
tare and Public BealtheY Hera Hera,clio
,clio Hera,clio Barletta B.
Minister of the Presidency,
Mario -Cal, 1.1."
Scientists Sludying

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tylslry
hi,litimon Organism
' KENT, Ohio (UPI), Physiol.
gists have known for a decade
that- the human body contain, a
chemical substance called sero serotonin
tonin serotonin but they, stiff haven't :fig-,
ured out, what it does.
-Now, the substance is -coming
under intensive study in tbe
oratorY.of ,Dr. Emanuel C, Hertz Hertzler,
ler, Hertzler, .professor of biology at'Kent
State UniversitI here. i141,!, t
erotonin Was liolattid abd
identified about 10 yearsiAgo by
Dr. Irvine R. l'oge and, his aline
Witte' at the Cleveland
search Division, Ever since, re research
search research has been underway in
many' parts of the -world to tx txplain
plain txplain its action.
The, domicil may 'play Apart
In the, regulation- of blood pres pressure
sure pressure in humans. rviso learns 'to
have,some eigrdficance in Inental
diseases, in allergic diseases such
as, asthma, in arthritis, and re reJetted
Jetted reJetted diseases and it is produced
by a certain type of cancer.
Researchers have long felt 'Unit
.serotobin had s antscle-contract
5)ir:pegwsp oeoafsruri ktcnei igh ic'enawdyll ct hBab uteetae ;opt hu ierea:ct '4! u: sr to ft !lie, rtrhitt:st
nerve, the professor haS recorded
the effect of the chemical upon
tratamiscion of electrical im imMises
Mises imMises IA the living nerve. With
the nerve nooked tip by wires, to
an electrical recording tube, its
activity in response to an electric
impulse, appears as'' lespihg
point of light which photo.
graphed for the record.
, This preliminary study ':' lab
cates that, serotonln Increases,
rather than,, quiets, .the nerve's
activity.
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, Berlin Boys Flee
To4tn'e) ricn Zone
BERLIN 1VPI) tAtugit defi defir'
r' defir' said today thAt 15 bOYI,
steel t0 It had fled to the A American
merican American sctor Of ?Olio
from ,.rtformetor it' the Aoviet
Zoom:L ' ;13 ,14
',They,' contrived 'to stip. &trot
canal after being assigned to a
wrk, rrtNA tate 10Itow
(neat a, Sijiia ,v
Efficiency Turns:.
Tcible'Ors Council
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l'''English Town ''''
n
' MARGATE, England (UM
The Town', COUnell ', was so eon eonvinced
vinced eonvinced the'town ball staff was in.
efficient 'that, it called IA, an el elticionr
ticionr elticionr eXPeet t4' change things.
The,. efficiency expert suggested:
Give some of the gaff a raise.
Fire 14 of the 30 councilori..

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NEW NOTA PREX1r. Bruce Andrew, (lefty district traffic and ii
sales manager. Latin American Di Vision, Pan American World,
Airways, congratulates Frank Cain; local' agent,' North American ,',
Van Lines, upon his election-as president of the Panama chapter,'
of the Islational Defense Transportation Association., The NDTA i
chapter, also,reported the 'election of Arthur D., Sumner, cargo- 1
managerPan American World,Airways,,,Ist vice president; Os., ',
, car C. Townshend, local agentWithers Van Lines,' secotd Vice -:
president; ,Walter R.:Beeves. U.S., Army, third vice president;
, and Capt. Oliver It. Robbint, 'U.S.; Arm Transportation Corpse
, ,,:- . as secretary-treasurer. 1 ' ' , 1,

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THURSDAY, APRIL 1,9, 193-
S C icagoan

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. NEVER IN CLASS,'NEVER ASSENT EITHERA tWO4V87
: :. telephone hookup enables Ronald El ledge, 10, to maintain fifth ,4'
11 ;Arad work at Garfield School in Casper, Wyo. Ile is confined ;
' to a wheel chair by a disease which ha crippled his' hip.
, Itonald's mother, Mrs. 11. D. edge, helps him with' thsilvork ; '..
v at their home. Ile listens in on the classroom !rem 10:45 if.m. :
; to 3;30 p.m4 Pia an additional 15 minutes for conversations
.with classmates. ltonald'S Sather pays part of the phone bill, .,
, -' the state the rest. Hell be out of school tor about two years.

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' In Ken-L-Ration ,rour dog gets app.ftizing flavorful .,
d , b 1. ,,L r :17 11141110111104 0 Y 11111CTICEin 4.ane .,
douww N Miller-will be joined later by .4.- ,,, Id , ,', .-,, 4 ' ,i'' 4 ''',,,' , ,
tender meat . full of the noutiahment he needs. .14' 1 1 t o'd1,bittt Ms wife' Jane, and three dough. BEREELEY,Callf. (UPI)--Anie. '', BERLIN (UPI) '4'. Refugia et& ;!.
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Ken-L-Ration is packed undei ihe moot sardtarY WA- ,, tit v7,,, Susan I.
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ters, ,Jane, 15, Martha, 12, and riesn Children would learn arith. ends, '' mita today 'that 15 1101,
metic 'faster and better if pre 110d -11 te 1g bed fled to the - 1,,,. ,,,,
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',. ditions and contains only the choicest eats and gradet 11 't i. "1 k 1 ' serly taught, according to t, Dr, marital sector Of ; Welt '' tyvillt to
,4 of U. S. Government inspected peat. It pmvides your t 1 1 I I I 1,1
Ti L.1 ).4...11 Al Arian Rebeisr ,' Kenneth Pitzer. chemistrY- dean froth 11 ,illermatt0r, la' the let ,, --,4
g of the University of California. Zone.'4,4 ,.Te i -- 4., .',.., -4-,-,3 ,,,, .2 ,,,, ,t,,,,, '1 ''
' '. dog-with needed vitamins, proteins and minerals. Get
.1 loll IL lial II till ,
. , In ti,recent study, less than one Ther.contrived to ootaps scroll ..
NEVER IN CLASS,'NEVER ASSENT EITHERA tWO.W8
': economical Ken-L-Ration todayt l Have Gun Ba.s.ttle, ., per''' cent of California children a canal after being assigned to a ';
i I "",..s...,...,.. h hooku enables Ronald Elledge, 10, to maintain fifth
. t 0 made Os good a showing in arith. work Tarty lit the 'Taltow Alletrict, r ,, telecr one k t
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age In England, ha sa d.
. me C
1 ' ww I In Paris Suburb, ti Praeld School in Casper Wyo. Ile is confined ,
t f th officia s i "gm War 1 L I y
' as youngs ere o e same s a .,,,
'' '' to a wheel chair by a disease which ha crippled Ma hip. -,,
' '' ;-"". .. 'i I 11 :' '' PAR
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IS (UPI)--The or bertween '' To' show what children esti 1"" e'el
' '' '',' '' 4. Roneld's mother, Mrs. M. D. edge, helps him with' thel work i '' 7,
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v at their home. He listens in on the classroom from 10:45 if.m. .-
0 A I
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. 0 trecienc Turns:
. ., rivet factions of Algerian rebels achieve if they receivetkbetter tin. V
o 1, 4, 4 4 ; to 3;30 p.m4 otos' an additional 15 minutes for conversations ,'
,,,, le ee
i' s '-k4t' It E II IL RAT I 0 N ,,,,,, A ,1' exploded on a busy street. corner struction, Pater cited
' ,', 0 1 '11 In a suburb of Paris yesterday ation program of ,,, a c mon ble
it 'hece71' To 'On CaUticil ,,with classmates. ltonald'S Sather payg part of the phone bill, ,. or
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4
. .. 1 1 One person was wounded 'as bull'
., th st H '11 b out of school- ter about two years. 1
Calif., elementary lehool, where 11' -, E, 1 0 r i i i Ur Itat, fe s' e, 0 , , , ,. 4
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p..
, 4 k gilt , 1
',., 1,, 1 ete began flying. t one-third of tho pugs are finish. n i --
, il i It wag the of h Oh ti i ing sixth grade ari metic in the 4 ,, ? I
vent Oo lig n 1)4 ish Town. ,' '
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. '4,, 4; II MARGATE, ; England -"(UPI)-- 4 ,,,',,- , -, 4','' ''' 'A 4' -,,, 94,i
' ,', b I i', ''. Wholesome... 0 I t I two weeks in the rivalry, between fourth grade And 1-growing nurt- ....
The Town' Council was so eon- ''' ',.14 ,,.. ''' '4 ', '1 n. ,' ' '' '
, the MNA and FLN ebel move. ber ate doing ninth-grade algebra ,.
,
i '''' ''': , , 4, in the sev nth.
,, , vincea tne'town hall staff was in. ', 'R
, ,. -,...,,,-,..;,,,...
Nourishing; ' '' ' met"' I 1 '' 't, A 11 tt t hi ' of arittreatIC
, 4 ). co, so d FIN mem ers lip. e er eac ng .
efficient tbst, it called In in el. 1
Pa Our., Classt le s ,.
,, ...::.1,..---- g,' i,,, ,,,'' nam u o parently started the emoting. The lit badlY
P piAt SA Pe"
t i 10 ex to' nen e things. '-, '4 , ,,, ,, , , :
needed to provide a hams fie net Pert 11 ,,. 4 ..,. ,. ., , , o
'ey tont et Thcefficiency expert suggested: , , , : , r ,.,,
, ''' ,.....n. ', k ,,' IP' ''', i'", ".'' k '' R.'. , 0 ', 1 '', , s. 401ire rounfted up sitsnected mrm- for .metbemetdell, I!
I 'toll
' Tel 3-4550 ,, berg of. both groups for question- engineers an 11,4 ,,, ,,,,,,,,,
-4 Iliktists Pitzer Give some of the shit a raise.
, 4 . 't .,.. ,,,.. ,, 0 4- k i.," ,',-'41- ,ii...sire4,L'1""lt ' " '' I" 14 t the 30 councilors. """""""l""""s""""'
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iaLLUILI., AIM ."1""11 1
1M,', ; or me ;National vetenao 4-anapuitaei,ion Am
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, mill, 000nInvveShittehll. id t Os- '
-","' .,Vli and .on those who are acting iti 7,7,1,,!771,74',110,7. Ill ,, ,, ,
Serotonin was liolatid abd minager--Pan American World,Airways,-lst vice Tires ell , -,
chapter also Tenn
, ,rit, "Most of them are from nortm.h- ir,e?..0:.,..;,..:!,,,,,
ern states," Ole said,,"One let, ',...:,;.--,7 '''t .0.l::" IS filth PrePared to Provide-an identified about 3,0 yearai ago by ,,, car C., Townshendr,telodea'th-e'electin.
-.,i'..:i., it and .11as been preparing and
1 agent,--Withers Van tines,' second Arica ,
f Arthauurt'.1? Sumner,' cargo- I
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' '. writer from Mkhigad,said he had ;'''4,,..;,,41:iig,i.,.
, iti144' ,,,; ,, :,''''''''''''''' eitemPlarY Punishment fOr the Dsera.rcInhrverviDneeivinnzspooei.eosankepopr,sadngEseetivads'esatro.nd,b,,sas,inahee:ta,pariahootg.. .: 1,,r..e.side,ii.:t!',71;te,r. It...a'Rse:eyeerse.tatiry.S4r,eArasurmire,r.th7vice Presi,d.e.at,;, 1 :11.
1, os nucleus of foreigners who corn corn'
' corn' tisi,:iet ';', 1, theeeknin:detsihegn
5 IL ER r the Invasion and for the
' .t ARLE 'a4 L ose Witte' at the Cleveland Clinle,Re ,. and Capt. Oliver '144 Robbing, lt,S.;Arm TrensPOrtsati,on, ,C0FPat''' ',"
Capt., H
gatoedvernborY;,,Iwnsaeid gMrTIP. '', ' ',1,;1
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. Ellis. raitorous Panamanians w h 0 search ..; hal been ,- underway in :
She said most of the letters are
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Navy Capt Charles E2(miller, have been plotting it. '. 0- many' Farts of the -wOrld to ex. ,' ;., ,, ,1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ; , .,..,,, 01
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either unsigned or have fictional
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, 15th IN,ItiVal' bistrict planning oi. 1, ',The Executive Branch, which plain 1 a action. , .. ,,,,, ',. .,,f, J,,,,, ,,,, 4,, , t
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names and addresses.
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has been named chief of has 'been taking and continues The chemical may' Diay a lad .'. !, F '', ,'.' '''' ,- ',
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tsitcaerff' and administrative side to tO take, all the measures reoulP in the', regulation- of blood -, prep ,, , , ,
' mreawuebuosernplanestataestouerndof cseaveeardeal
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, the superintendent of the U.S. Nil, ed by circumstances to orevent sure In humans. It' also seemuto I ,
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i KEN-L-RATION 00;.;00,0
next month.
,,,t 1 Academ 4 an Upheaval In the pation's life, have.some sigrdficance in Inental ', to'
'! rart va Y , desires to point out that this diseases, in allergic diseases such 1' It'
The veteran submarine officer official Communique -- carrieS as, asthma, in arthritis., and ', re. it j ,,,
'1
lated diseases and it is produced .. ir ,
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1 iS SO GOOD ,is E111181 tiatid7hee uy,,0tic'd Illnoet''b' e go goi
i goi '
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ing on so many trips." will leave later this month and as 'with it a patriotic appeal,to the
t t
' sume the post in mid-May. His conscience of Panamanians: but by a certain tyte a cancer. ,, 1
Ittoetsoehainrchhearda Its, en ulosenite.efeoluttrThs eat! :'.
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er will be returnintfor thosecond timent of the' peoples arid gov- ing function, But,,Dr,,Hirtzlerts
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time to the site w ere he started ernments of America. Because research ,indicatei that tilt the
his career 24 years ago. FrOln upon the day, that what is at- opposite Allay he true.. -',', 't
plecee" of rat i k '., .II-- VI
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,. 4 ot 1946 to 1948 he taught mathemad, tempted against our country be- Working with a,
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rethceedfeentet, tehts edaa: Upoi nerve, the professor has recorded
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f. CIII tics at Annapolis.
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4 the effect of the chemica u on ''' I
1., 1 GOP In 20 monthi here Captain' the Spanish American mallow trithamission of electrical Li ''-
denends from the CoOrdirtated aPntgleeSiecilltrise,tablerlieevoinrginbgorNyiusit..e',.e.71,11:0111 1.'.''.',
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Ns? er, has been planning officer and'
action of 'unscrupulous soecula. the ,
,', top secret control officer. He also
Pouearri,
tors and mercenary hordes. up
electric :
; t r hpraosgrsaermvedpfaisicemr,ilit.tarrayveaisinssgitance
. fo .ta on thnt dny there will Algal). lapmcotipinvutlitsyeetina
tehope lensolhitalcvael bteuelntuarueca7w7h,71,n7
IPight which 11, photo. f ,:,..... ,.:;'
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, many Latin American countries
eg ar taepsh e, dthf ao tr, tsheer orteocnol nr, d I ,, N 'A
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6 Pin tilr' oats), ICvith Rear Adm. George ,Waiest
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' i ommandant of' the-15th Naval
District, on military aid business. ,,
, This preliminary study Ina. f
Better Anihmehc, ': rather h n c teasel'
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, Buy r OTO fins all of your home, During' his present tour the
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, ,,', farm orshnotpOl needs-thequatity captain has been active in Little ,,,, ,, , activity. ., .' .,4 -, '. '--,-., ',
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League baSehall as a m"agets TeithIne In Schools' '' '''' ' ' ':, ''
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brand Prerarard bY Inwftial"als. and official, and he halt been a
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-. member of the board of govern., ,,, ,,',,-4 ,,, : ,.. ,,
ors of the St. Amador Gqlf Club as ' -- Berlin Biiii Flee '''
iPnI011 lly Chemist To Athe' ricanZone '''' ,,,,,'
L 'i and Officers' Club. ,,, t
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Ms wife ,Jant, and three dough. BEnicELEYSalit. (UPI)--Anie ', BERLIN 1VPI) ,,o,i Itfugig tel. f!,
,,1 tender meat . full of the nourishment he needs. , 4 I 1
ters, ,,,,Tane, 15, Martha, 12, and rican Children would leers arlth,, cies." Ida tedll 'that 15 boys, ," , ,,
, Ken-L-Ration is packed undei the most sardtary Can: I n, it , Susan I. ' metic 'faster and better if pre. lied li t0 It, bad ,fted to, the A. ,,,,,,. ;..r 4,
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' nerly ,taught, according to t, By. marital ilectr Or .31411t Leiv61.10 1, ',, ,1
1' 0 ditions and contains only the choicest cuts and gradet ti 4' I ;Iip 1 L V .
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Mr. Odom is the son of Mrs.'
- New,Cof Birmingham Helen L. Smith of Diablo. He was --t'These7 tycoons- conse--to their -, t-T
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nee W 0 m its' es In. leer never a thought of how, they got '' so
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4 brith ,of a daughter.to Mr. and ployed briefly by the Canal ergs., -,. I,.
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To Sponsor ; ea 1
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eTh Rosary Altar Society of the
Unquote Holy Family Church hi Margarita ;
will sponsor a tea Sunday aftw.1
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ablY w" ehe' iTaPtiri4:the spokesman-ion.,
.'I vnesar' used a -mop or iinued. , ,
scrubbed a HOor the Year, .1 4don't -the -floor, or 't r
urtbrireti it tho mart.if she st, Mite ,,,

'noon. from.. IWO. 10 at 1 t
, t, Milli ': Kriszynski shl -was i 47iv; i'ost sund 4111

'Knight' Of L;011L.-01111 110111e, 2111 .:
. 1 vat-vstifiedi 1111 in aka a eleansint I :1;7.---71 777: 77: k

- WASHINGTON President Eid Margarita. ,, 1 ., 'f'; 4 1 00-.v;dprms-1;ufacturir &Pon: v"11;:: Irtnifv;vn girt thriti;t1 ;:"' 1

genhower, about the late Sea. Mrs. Doromy rievule Anon
' Robert A Taft at the dedication will be the guest speaker. ,.,5,
t ,,, 1 ki .s-o-re-d--the- affair picked her to be- ;eitirher-;;;Iegeloney7,7;: v.
tin with- &do t want any part 'of It
v,L memorta, All women of the parish arcla arcla,
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vited to attend. she. said...f ,
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women they, chose me, and when ;
I a-shed 1!, why, ther.,)ult 15Aid t tb
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f4rismitieomont of the North Amerld Sunday will mark the third weak
4). EneginfalitAtr01 '''''' N : mexican
ta re I nauer must, resigni:. as' chancellr

rq... n.ri ay- 1 in tho -stiePtaftti StintitY SC11001 I t '' : I A. 4.A A, 6 1.4 t I YU 11 MUMMY 1140 W.. WO WAVek; : 1

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: 7Iaining that a tingle nuclear- "Show Your Faith" iftendance
CITY1) (1111)-;Sepot- ,lection to the West Crermen, pres'
armed MB-1 Garde rocket carried campaign at the First Baptist
: oby its fighter planecost $250. Church of Balboa-Heights.
Ism attributed to Guerrero Am idericy on'
The attendance went above 600 Gov.. Raul Caballero' yesterday k' leader' of Adetrauer's Ches. 11
The cost is relative, however, on the second Sunday beating all :
aeemeC to overshadow the office iitin Democratic Party said; how ;
predicts of tome XS congress- ever; ,thst-Adentuer remail

ywhen consideration is given to previous attendants recoras.
POW completely k can destroy one workers are -continuing to contact f Ten ?"' RAW 14V1111 141V uLuviak
Aerriors members and nrooects inviting e Newspaper. pointed nit that: until one' Or twit days before hie !",
The state liquot inspector was the expected assumption of the pull

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gle bomb to clobber a city,' its This month long campaign has toomoomoom.000:40.mrommowitymmaamonoto, timommagemmomo urer' was' ous cousin; xne Inate 'Lax man Atumsurri, OUClitIVIn paruno
Industry and its Population." for its goal the building of Sunday
I collector was big brotben the di. mentor), whip, said Om the' 113.;
School and church attendance. 'rhe 4 , : , gP 1' rector ot state public work! was yetirold Adenauce.would be going

, WASHINGTONWilliam Buts- prosteets and members are given BON VOYAGE Four members of the Canal Zblie Conversation Club who are 80011 tO' leave the Isthmus were honored a; his nephew; the statel attorneY agaloat pie spirit or me 'congress,. I
lino, head of a Detroit juke box the opportunity to sign a pledge meetinrof the club last week. Pictured from left are Capt. Carl Mott, who halt serted tt8 Club'president; Mrs:Lula do Armiss, general was his uncle; 'and the deo if le' trted to, remain as st)
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fluCdi .."42ct 70::::;n11- -0 is 1 ''Affnr-t in hA oromen ti KT- Av-A I 1 ham hAAn irangtprrptl to lirashinitton no migz IoRa to La Paz and Mina Holmes to Cambodia. ; ; I anotheenzighaw; , 'chief of state. -1 4 1

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. '' satisfying urteontrollod ambi- rid and hateful sYelem Ot ertnly, ,::ki4 kVq:ii: -, -,.e.,.,:,: :.:ii:,:.o.:::miR ': : -iiii-4::ii:gkiMi.1;:i:;: :,.. ::-
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"ERNESTO, tn LA titTARDIA :1 1:'?.&,: "0:',.,M'js.M'4., -,:., ',,to,,:4,,,,A.::4:?,E::, ,. -- i i:4?::M300.1g:: 4if:.
Mit nister. of 'Government and iil..ii;',),-A.:04StA l'',...:vl :d: IMIRQ&;1::: ..,4'.;zr.'10:;.1CNO: '' ',':
kublia a fOr the record that thisdiontilsreteer
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nrinnrn attempt would be made on Ms I port Little Rock's prayat aegre.1 unToLL111 Minister of :Foreign :Relations, i ? -,,':;,
1 i lit fnattoli aehnni. LOwer Aor sOmv 1 titiernsil Iktins,etwar. L ... 6 ,,qt k

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attempts to assassi ate ,
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ytts. culo,r1' hi the,lost few weeks bY
res,a and radio who, undet the
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"Informatien of a more serious 'Off' -" cturest.,,,,,ploi.:;,tner;.07 It.fi, 4, rs.clven,
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PERSONS WHO HAVE RECEIVED GIFTS OF , I have added no extra police pro- !;:;i'i'N '''--- ----,,....,.'-'....-.,: '.::,4.ii:ii will be forever Jeopardized, na! .,, ,.. ,, , ,, , , ., ;
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1 Ili, nwsan., a iS State Pollee Sergeant Floyd tional soldiers of forttme and LE..TEPrvi7 v
44 Wesver, his, constant companion. 4,,PiRgiNOMM, our country will fall victim. '
Celia Ciseres Edith M. de Villanueva Mrs. Patsy Ellis, Faubus' re- ,,fflNii:iitAiStS. time and again. to thse who KENT, Ohio (CPO.
It Diana Madriiian Blanca R. de Ortiz,
aro determined to tfample upon ogista baVe 'known for a decade 4,1
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Juventino de Ien Marcela Visuetti centionist. said at least one threa-t
' enitik letter II week has been re- .. 'the national soil from.abrdad that' the human body contaip$:,a
. Rosa Walczak Dora' R. de Gonzitlez ceived in the governor's office for no reason Other ,thalt cheMicar substance called ter.
of Zoila Tamayo Rosa C. de Alemin rontre14itigh I. 41.. ...411V 1-- ala,z2-.

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-, School here tabor Day, 1957,' with the spoils of war. Ured oUt; what rt does. -7'7! ' - .'" -,!
ASK for the rabbit when you shop I Nat'onal Guardsmen to prevent bg:
-Now the substance is ,cOmiag NEw. NoTA ,PREXY, Bruce Andrew, (left)' district !raffle and
integration. 4 its114 .:" that, from the first, it has been
',,, The Executive Bran Ch 'State' under 'inteasive study in the lab- sales manager., Labe:American DlVisiort, American -,World,-.
Mrt.'" Ellis said none of the to
gathering specific information oratory.of Dr. Emanuel e rtz- Airways, congratulates Frank Cain; locatagent; North Americans:jc:
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hreatening letters came from' Ar- k:
3,;iiA on this plan which it denounces -1
ier, prcifessor of biology at' Kent Van Lines,- uPon his election-as president of the Panama Chaptert
: kangle. tphroespearwehdo toar epraocvtildneg.,ainn State ,UniversitI. here ,t 4 '" of the National,,Defense Transportation ,Association The' NDTA.1 :i:
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about 10... year
"Most of them are from north- !?0,Wak ,,MW it and bas been preparing and in:oto'n' in
. ern states," she said.o."One letter .1COM4:', , chapter,,,also,reoorted .04 'election 'of Arthur ,D,..,..Sumner,' cargo-
ys,-Ist vice president.,
'Wes .laolated abd minager;Pan AmericatiWorld,,Airwe
agentrithers Van Lin
so ago by car C.-, Townshend;,. locaL
1;014 khi ad,said he had ;'"gitg :' : -QNia
- writer from M g ex ih t f th d t
emp ary pun s men e es second vice
, been :designated by some group
, riucleusof foreigners who com- Dr. 'Irvine.g.-Page and, his Vine president; ;Walter IL, Reeves thin. ince prem. en :
to kill the governor,'!, said Mrs, 4d11 tiates .at the Cleveland ,Clinlc,Re and Capt Oliver Robbinl ,I,t,t.,.,ArmY. Transportation- CoFpse"
, Capt. HARLES MILLER posethe invasion and for. Ahe goart,th



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qtriatitiaivisTia -CIVILIANS AliltDETiaree- employes of the logistical servk es diviiion,?
TJE?. Army Caribbean Quarterznastet Officee stutrad in cuh awards and: received Department.
.of the' Army certificated' for Idea adopted tuider the titIARCARIB Incentivi Awards Program.
From lett art Harold Gentle, George B. Jones, Lt.. Col. Russell ,IFf. Hechinger, chief of the
.stion who 'Zaade the presentations, and Bertha'Jang 'C., McIntire'. Orentle, who makee hie home
at 70-Ancon Avenue., Fanami City, received :$10- tor k proposal :'-which:'preventa damage to
solvent dispensing pumps. LITontS, a.; liquid- 'fuel ,system -operator, devilled it work simplification
improviment COTICerning receipt and .storage ot empty fuel. drwps. His idea brought hint $33..
- Mrs. McIntire ,was -awarded $60 Pr a ;mention Which' saves. the command $1360 annually' in
, costa of procuring-new pillows. , L 0. ill& Army. Photo)

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' WASHINGTON-MP') Clare
Soothe Lute,' President Eisenhow
er's,choice as hew Ambassador to
to Brazil, was accused yesterday
of.. meddling In elf air a,
;ij when she represented this COUtt-'
' try in RoMe Ando! makulft, '111,41l"
, : ly subversive" statements in
, political camoalgol.'2
. The trim, sliver7halied' diplomat
' Insisted "she 'did not intervene
did not take, sideit- in Italian poi- 1
itics or, as also charged, maneuver
for American oil tnterests there.
: Mrs. Luce ',concede that
some Of her comments in pOlitical
" campaigns here t dating back -lb
s 1940 may" have ,- been "intern.
peral'e.' 'Bid' she would not re re'
' re' trivet -thern.,-.,IT
, The lineations were raised at a
A, meeting of the Senate Foreign Re Re.
. Re. lations Committee by Chairman J.
William .J'ulbright (D-Arle.) and
, tSernsilrayne Morse;,(S-Ort.)-.x
Fulbrightlater put oft a vote on
- the nomination. 4 sometime
, Invest week.- He said Sen,,William
- Langer 411-N11) suggested,
some .committee:' members ,,ilvho

P-IltAssociaho
rtina Liass
n Engiishi:Sinnis

The inaughration of Spanish, and
English classes on ,Ittay,,111:' was
announeed. yesterday e by', JOseph
Lonteett,-exeautive director of the
Panamanian North American M MA,
A, MA, brochure isimed. by the.'asso
elation said enrollment. wig begin
at; its new etnter at- 46
Avenida ,,,fiertpo,'
The, classes Win be under the
personal, supervisioh lot tonteen,
a 4,special in language ',-instruc.'
tion -who has worked in this' field
both' in the ;11.S. and Guatemala.
Different levels' e of ,' instruction
will be offered,' with the English
classes- being conducted, by Am..
ricans end the Spanish classes 'by
PITIAMIlnienit;
Stud onto' 1, will be a c eeptd ,,- tor
morning and 'evening classes:1'e
' to 11 a.m. and 3 to p.m. A fee
of $15 win -be charged MO each
, trimester of instruction.'
Further' information is
at the tenter' or...by calling P41-
02ma 34863,
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, ON THE ROCKS Army ceremonial guardi from Pt. Meyer,
Va., rappel their way down the cliffs at Great Palls Park on on,
, on, the Potomac north ot Washington, D.C. Top to bottom are Sgt
' 1C Arthur Ballet, Lt., Donald Hilbert and Capt. Paul Lawr '.
enc.. This is the "Old Guard's" tenger training. "Everybody
' thinks that the Old Guard doel nothing but marc4 at funerals
arid parade at,i,the airport when Alit President goes IWO:.
' put guardsman said. "Actually, this is the, second year we've
' lone into the field." ,

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it might want to read the hearing
erecord. '''' '
1Y onepoint, Frank 1'. tolinscht
(D-Ohio), asked Mrs. Luce if the
1- had been questioned about her poi-
liticat, views and stitementa four
;,, years ago when sh was being
; considered, es -ambassador to
it Italy., - I
- In a soft and-ladylike voice,
I- Mrs. Luc,e rplied:,-141kle, Senator.
; That area tnivate hearing and d
this 110 s pane. one." "..
Morse later t carried crit1
tt Icism to the Senate floor and seid
e he would not Note to confirm any
1- one man Apr, woman .0 o'who I
admita at she did that she said
- Franklin Roosevelt was the only
a president' of ,1 the United States
- thet lied us into war.' ,,
r. 'rho FDR statement was one of
d several attributed to Mrs Luet
that 4t1orse,., and Fulbright read
a aloud to the' committee; She was
e ouoted ase saying ,-in 1944 4that
a Roosevelt us, war ..be,
cause he lacked the political pour
ge to lead, us' to war." $'
'!" Mrs, Luce -said she ",-regretted
', the "intemperance' of this : and
some other noliticatoominent., But
" Mut said 'I ,s4on't believe the
tt, American ,people, were told the
- uth, and I still think' It would
eve 'been better, if we wet(' told
that ,We were going to have to
fight the Nazis, Everyone in the
White Houle at the time knee
d 61;e.isid she 'also Alecto! to
s the assurances te.Wendell
h then the 'GOP mresidtatial, candi
date; that the 17nitecl Statei Ayotdd
-net szo,to war', "-
Sen, ,4eorge Aiken ''''.1B-Vt)
sled it seemed odd that, tba
id States:, has .4orgiven. Germany
and Japan torthewar!gbut We In
this:committee Beern,10 be 'unable
foraire';',Mrc' tfice-; for her
statements made' at that time
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NEW tYORK (UPI) .. Lowell
Thomak'commentator ea author:
announced yesterday organization
of the American Emergency Com.
mate.) ,,for i--,Refutees;
Thomas-who' 0111, serve as chair.
MOW of 'the ,conimittet sent 'it
Cablegram -to-1 the ',Dalai IAM1,
whor has taken ,refuge ,in Indio.
Thov Cable, prowled American
support!, of -.Tibet's struggle, in
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liASHINGTOtil (UPI)' ''' genie
GOP Leader Everett ,14, Dirkten
predicted today thatl the Senate
Judiciary Committee would unto unto,
, unto, OPProve,' the' nomination
of ;Supreme. Court ,Inetice., Potter
SteWart. t f":
Dirkien teld that he
thought Stewart's. Confirm at ion
would be accepted by southerners
who; questioned -him at length
two "bearings totirt's
general -role 'end its 1954' ruling
on public cited lettgrigittion.
lust can't intatine,that
eni would withhold apprevil."'
Dirkien seld.,,lle said- ;he theught
the committee ,vots tight "come
Monday,- ,
..";fie has been on.. the
high tribunal. under recess
pointmenr since. October, tensed'
at the-, remnant" e it rings to
praise 'or, sritickte. the ,P54.,school
desereSiltton ..;44ecision -nate!:
specula court i actions. -4,,
However, -be,' "aid .,-.11".--,thought
the, way tile decision -woe arrived
at was proper and -be:had Ito, ill
tention of trying to ,overturn, the
fiveliar -z old nerision ". outlaWing
school segregation.: ,;eP,,; 4'. 4
Stewart ,was not pinned .doWn
on this ibaua Tuesday, although,
Sen?,Sain Ervin 'Jr.- (D-N.C.3
asked bini a 'number of; questions
about coointational Jaw and, legal
preeedeutt ,
The 2Whour session amounted
largelylo letture by Ervin An
the' lhe Conitleation,AMeri
'can higors' end, how wrong a lot
of people, think the., bight ribunal
hen been' litely;,,, Ervin said 'many
critics-itticluding himself ; feel
the court bee ignored precedent
end usurped the ;power of Con.
grest,,to write nev,, laws.
tlying:B4nk:Robb:r.
,,,
illirr.'4d Oyer To. FBI
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B. y 43iltell Cops--. z:
,,,,, taretio;' tea:- (UPI)1 '-- Frank
uWrence Spreng, om of the na nadon's
don's nadon's 10 moot wanted -centime's
Ind 4 probably. its only;:,flying
bank robber-wit handed beer to
the FBI at 'Laredo yosterday. by
Mexican authoritiec,- -. ',
', Hamilton,' ',Ohio, official' ',want
him on.eharges of.rohlg011 0 honk
of 124,000 March 0 and lusting
from the Hamilton n airport the
plane in whkh he' flow,,acrose
the borderl to temporerF glint glinttuaryo,
tuaryo, glinttuaryo, ,4,.,4, ,,,, ,,,,,,,., -,,
q Ile broke tut of jail 'St -Aition,
Ohio,. d yells' "'ago:. ink dodging
police and. tits Jr111"t' Once, thene,
be otolen I total ,of four planar
and numerous automobile", ;
, Mexican.,police --arrested .' him'
Tuesday when he TOttirtili JO CO COMime
Mime COMime Island, yucatan State. from
0 fishing trip. 'The' Mexican no.
lice held two American compan companions
ions companions for questioning.: but did ,not
Identift thell '' ': .R '" ''
,oAn hour a ter tour' Pit agents,
took chards of Bprens, 20, at Iss.
redo WedoosdaYt ti. ,S, Commis
'loner Prank, y., flill oet his bond 1
at d100,000,' ', ,',-, , -..- ; -,- y 1
Rill continued d forinal romov.
al, hearing Until he receives coop
let of ft warrant for preys' tr.
rest and comnlainto ..dgainst 'UM
from 011ie. ,: '',, ,, -,' -,
,
A grand 'jury it Ramiltoi in indicted
dicted indicted Intent, yeaterdaY en
thargia of Itlibing the batik' Ind
Melling 'the 011441. Me tould,-ba
sentenced ki priscm MY life It
Ohio for robbing a bank." I ,,',
-' Sprat?, wore' olivo green boo.
ars.' i flyi, at jacket. a khaki obirt
Dow R at the ntret ,' illd '', dark
glasses: Rill, liked,' him wheth.
he wanted a ,lawset and ,Sprens
"aid, "No. I won't nted, sn attor attor,The,
,The, attor,The, FBI 'his 'loan lOoking lot
Soren" line he broke out of Sall
at Akron. He turned, out be so
harli fo void that IFISI;Director
1. Edgar oover "took personal
charge of the search. .s ;' ,'
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WASHINGTON: (tTPII-4 rteord
$7,185,000,000 worth eit Construe,
tinn woe under way nn federal federalold
old federalold highways et the end of Maren,
the Pullen of Public Roads re reported
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'FRANCIS 'Z.'" WARREN API,
Wyo., April 14 Former HOG ra
tuo onnetiante 44 uplift (Roy)
Strickland, now a member of 'the
thbe Atr torte; can prowaly suu
two chapters to Ms' enettIng Int-
Wary career: e '---
ha ass nada -thet highest
knows score in the Air Force ,th-
tormation specialist test Ism,
(2) eaortil afterwards AS Wal
promoted the an -stripe
rank ot airman Aral class.'
Stricklaw ume ini ':United
Statee in Juno, 1956 and hnmedia-.
tely militia& in the Air Forts, Hs
watt, tiled seat to Lacklaad Ara,
Tex. for basic training. After the
baste course he remained at
'Ackland to enter instrictor train-
int, and later became a basic
trainiat instructor thers: ,'"
LIU was tranalstred to 'Francis
E. Warren AYE, the Frei Word's
first Intercontinental ballistic ails-
sile (Atlaa ICBM) baaain Jan-
nary lasg as an appreatito in-
formation specialist and -was
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Aoplicatlens Available
Per Girl Scout Leaders
Trebling In New Verb
Adults interested in Canal ZDne
Girl Setkiting may apply until
AprU 24 for sn expense-paid sum summer
mer summer COW'S to be given at the
'Edith Maey Traininil School In
4')easantville, N.Y. Apphcation
blariks and further information
may be obtained from Mrs. Rose Rosemary
mary Rosemary Gaither, training Chairman,
whose telephone 'number is Pana PanaMa
Ma PanaMa 3-3010., '
The Canal Zone Girl Scout Coun Council
cil Council will PIZ 'expenses for those
chosen to attend the school. Each
person selected locally will par participate
ticipate participate in a ten-dey session de devoted
voted devoted to full-timc study of one
subject., A ,,vilds range of cohrses
is presented, from outdoor leaderGirl,k-Scout
Itroopa. cod
camPs ,t0, a workshop "advintur "advinturIna
Ina "advinturIna la the Arts." The first grout,
of ten-day courses begins June 9;
the last group en& September,10
Operated by the Girl Scouts
of tbe United Ststes of Amenca,
the ,Edith MACY, Training School
covers SOO pats Id, woods and
fields in Westchester County; 30
Miles frOm New York City, Mu Mudents
dents Mudents take part in conferences, dit ditsusSions,
susSions, ditsusSions, guided stydy and wee,
tire sessions. They live in Out
in units, each of which has
own meeting' room and outdoor
bitchen,t and they share -respow
sibility for, Mitt housekeepiniw
ZOO
until
sum
, the
i in
ation
RAIN.
man,
'sum-
,
Cavite Race Trainitie
Ts b Held Saturday
- Canal Zone Boy Scouts planning
to participate in the annual cayu-1
co rate tarough ths Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal will hold their 'pre-race trainr1
Ing at Madden Lake Saturday, 1
'', race participants and at
laast 0110 aduit'leader from each
unit must be present during thii,
training 1
Ia addition-to practical eyed eyedonce
once eyedonce on bin to' right capsied ca-1
yucoo, the participants will learn
variout artokes and how ', to s settings
ettings settings potitiona in cayucos.
stilton); will Include- deli deliberate
berate deliberate 'capsizing of cayucos h),
boys engaged in mock races. !rho
capaizad craft, mut4 be re-righted
and re-entered!hy the participants'
If they expact to engage in the
rata. The .rate' Y, la tantatively
scheduted for fitIrr the tint,,or
second weekend' In May.. :
.
CZ Cult Scout, Leadarahle
Training, Course Cantliw
i',"The secret of ths -.den Mother
tuteteda r in :drawing 'nut ideas
from boys is simply the planning
Of some good questions that
'tart them thinking," sitid lobs
R. Gough, CZ Council SO1 instrue instruetor,'
tor,' instruetor,' ot tbs wand Cob Scout lead leadtrait,'
trait,' leadtrait,' training, tessitin held last
night in Rolm, 104,ftitalbot,,,40n 104,ftitalbot,,,40nlot
lot 104,ftitalbot,,,40nlot Collegc-
'Phis training' expariesiii, anti antitied
tied antitied I'Den and Pack Activitleat't
covered types of activities used in
den and pack meetings and devel developed
oped developed sources of ideas for thou se
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his Attar
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placed. hi the. base 'Information
Services Office as a newswriter,
the job ha now holds.--N-,7 '-',
, His military career la ,,- filed
with aecomplishment wat
honor graduate" in his pre-inotructor
and instructor courseo;
waa chaos Airman of ths Month
at Ackland a well as here. Dur During
ing During his tour of duty' as an lostritt lostritttor
tor lostritttor his trainees woe every eikd-of
, training competition.
, Strickland resisted In Panama
wkh bit family at Las Manila.
While) there be 'attended the Na National
tional National Inatitute of a Poinama.', In
1952 he became a radio annoimcer
for Your Consmimity Network,
then known as YOUr Community
Station (HOG),- and continued
there until he left for tbe
Since entering the --Air Force
nearly threa years agir be Us, at-Gaud
, junior status in college;
plans to graduate next year as a
B.A.' with a social studies major.
his future plans alto include of officer
ficer officer training'.
,
,.,
,
tivities. Rs purpose was to show
the plate and use of craftS, songs,
games, and ceremonies in tbe
Cub Scouting prograln 0( the ,Iloy
Scouts Of America. s' r A
Colored film strips, musical re.
cordings, oall charts, exhibitlins
of literature, anti actual demon,
itrations of and participation in
'digs, tricks, stunts, games, and
ceremonies, were among the
Mein' toed to illustrlite tb pur
pose.
'IA highlight wa the construction
of a musical imtrument from no nothing
thing nothing snore titan a 'five inch
square sheet of plain, white paper.
The notes produced by this paper
reed horn' sounded ammingly
sad cow and brought laughs at
Amusement front the studentd.
, Those who, attended' last night'S
sessiotr'Were. lt;" P';'"Tomak'
Naa tr Naar, R. Sidber SidberrY)
rY) SidberrY) MazWelg'iohann'14,,Vmlr MazWelg'iohann'14,,Vmlrwood,
wood, MazWelg'iohann'14,,Vmlrwood, Arthuin'W.' Voderwood;
Conover) IN. Baser, and) Frank
The .,)Instructors were
John 11. Gough And Major Joseph
A. Btigandi.
The -temainisig sessions, to be
held on April 22, May 13, 20, 26,
And Juni 10 And 17, will be under
the instniction of Maj. Joseph A.
- a former- cubmaster, in
Fort Amador, se John'Crough'
signed 'for reasons of personal
health. The SeS3i011 to he held .un
April 12 will cover "What tub
Scouting Is" and...should be of epe epeeist
eist epeeist interest to parents, se well
as to all cub leaders.
All persona interested In a
younger boy erogra'm are invited
to, attend these session. On the'Pa the'Pacific
cific the'Pacific Side, they are held at 7 p.m.
in Room 104 ef the Junior College,
Balboa. On, the Atlantic eifle, also
g7' p.m.,' on the,' second Boort,
argarita Clubhoute.
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',', Word received here yesterday
reported the death of John Ed Edward
ward Edward Estec71,, a former Panama
Cit IMSOYO, ill Ste ;Ohl AD
tigus, on March, 22.
Mr; Este, who cams to this Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in 190g, retired from seryiee
with the Canal's Municipal En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division in. ;OH indire indireturned
turned indireturned to Antigua.
On the Isthmus be was associate
od with the Green Bud Lodge,
GUMP, and the RiorAbajo Church
, Re is, eurVived on the Isthmus
by his wife, Adelitia,. end his chil children,
dren, children, Lens and Ivy, in -addition
to two sons, George and Clifton,
who are residents of the
,,He is also susIvived by five grind
ehtldren and one, sister three
nieces- and one nephew in
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By 1,111vicukce-Cops
MILWAIJKR (UPI) Singing
idol ?rankle Avalon wound up
Personal appearance -here Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday idght, bitter about a police
ecolding he got far entertaining
three high school girls hi his hotel
suite. r.
"Ifrankle was doing something
nke and innocent, and this la
whet happens," moaned the ling lingerie
erie lingerie manager,- Rick Petrone.
f "Never again. The kid has al always
ways always had a wonderful reputation.
This le bad for him," Petrone
said. ,
Vice 'squad detectives entered
the rooms of the 111-year-old Rock
roU tar after Obey heard the
girls' voices et I:30 a.m., Tuesda.
, Avalon, the headliner of it teen teenage.
age. teenage. show, that plavedrliere,' said
the giris were waiting in front of
hie room when he returned from
the theater about two hours earl earlier,
ier, earlier, 'One of his aides told 04 girls
they could come in., Avalon said.
,,Petrne sold Avalon tonnetimes
likes to talk to girls "because
when he's on the road ion much
' gets tired of just seeing his
m one ger."
' The attorney'l office filed
n chomps. but lectured ,avsinn
and his manager ',about Milwiu
kosO's curfew law. Ltrha law pre prehibits''
hibits'' prehibits'' girls end boys under slit
from being out after inidniooki and
from' being In hdtels without a
parent or guardian after 10 p.M.
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CLAIM ggITER yAcciNs
, LONDON' (1.1P11-6.-Moscott Radio
claimed' today that "Soviet scien scientists
tists scientists have developed an anti-oollo
vateine- that produces, monger
end more stable imingnitio" than
the American variety.
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dent Syngman itheo urged, the
Western powers YeaterdaY sot to
try to negotiato with the Commit- i
nista because it is "futile -and
sometimes dangerous."
The president of the Republie of
South Korea told reporters "there
la 'still time, to re-evaluate our
itrateg7 and make it conform to
the actual conditions ,in tht life.
and-death struggle against, Com.
munism."' ,
Then he warned: --
"The Communiste' tri to
lay a trap in. the forego Minis. 1
ters ,tallis in Order to lure us to
the summit. We must, be a warY
and avoid playing into- tho ene.
My's hand.
"It is my conviction that the
free nations should, abandon, at.
tempts to negotiate with. Commu.
niam."
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iONDON (UPI)--Baghdatt
dio said Thtirsday4 night -- the
Iraqi government had binned -all
showings in Ira., of movie films
made in the Muted Arab Repub.
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golf tournament on,Seturday, April 25, cominericing at 1:30 ii.m. ,.runs, en four singlev,,lw, tbe-botand
concluding with:a...hamburger an& baked Went luitcheori. ,,' tom 'of the inning.- ,1,;': .'.,p.' ,
001, 4luba.and ,must be ln, the'. . The ,Travel Agents- again' came
Entry blanks are availably at all
. hands of the Brazos' Brook tournament eemmittoot' prier,',re 6 PA- withie two tuns- of -.the 'leaders
',Friday, April 24. Howeven, as, a conkssion to these: activolY ,4,17 ... by virtue otBeldwiffislttirileiwilieli
'gaged in putting the,'.4sitips through the 'Canal and, who,' are ..;,not scored .threc men Whe- Inid-' tot;
' stirs of their wcrking beers,' every offort,will be made te take ilia: .s, ten on yia 'the walk, 'rode. hf,the
many post entries as:possible; .. ,,,,, ,, ,,,, ., , ,,, bottom': half of the Inning the- Uni UniPrizes
Prizes UniPrizes wilt be-awarded te each member of the 'winning lour... ,,',. derwriteruahowed.4their,-,determisemes
and 'there will be ad entry fee of $1.50' per person, ,te eover''.. nation 'to win,. thiS ,game-and the
- the cost of the' prizes and theJunchson, ..,.i, , , ', , ' , cahmplonship br jumping 'on, the
' Further particulars will appear in .this paPor next week. ,.,..', . ' Traveler's liurler for. 04-- bits
....--, --;- ;..---.."--'4 while .' taking three.free passes' to
.
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. ,' i ,, , ,- score it ,,total ,of, oight,,runs and,
' '' ,,' ',- '-- ' '' : ilicreaso:their lead; to 17. tens it it-
- it- rt c ce ,.ews,'
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,,,.,,,,,,,,, gains,t .7 er Fidanoue. .., 4 ,-',..
,
. ,,, .. ., 7 1,,,,V The Ideate). team ehowed their
.---7 ',- ', .., Tr.-, fighting spirit' by smashing, two
PACIFIC, ..- cjeuld Piay- his pet shot WII. ich,,:b. singles and' taking a walk toOpen
e the fourth Anning.,,With, 'the 'bases
' intended to do the ball turned loaded the. -Insurance men settled,
A sparkling inning of 85 runs back fastfrom the off-hitting his
. Ashton Waitlie E. Cerezo 29 middle stump: it was a vicious'
. oown and. got. three of the-..next
four batters out while allowing on,
id J. Redmond 10 were the bats- hall break: The remaining,' bats- I 'on base' 'runner to tome home'
an who reached double figures men were, dismissed for small Y e ,. ..
-0
r- the Womack American Whi- scores.. , . ,,'," ;.-,. With a substantial 9-run lead tne
y C.C., against Clovelly at Pa- Bowling for Womack, bottom of the fourth', with': booM-'1
ise on Sunday, April 12. , eaptured 6, wickets for 23 ; runs ing bats to erase any doubt aik to
Scores were, Womack .164 rubs A. Waitho 8 for 24,., J. Redmond
,G. trowfi Insurantemen eamef-in,, to-, the,
the outcome Of the game, colleett
ght wiekets, declared, and Clo- 0 for 2.', IC Smith 0 for, 9 ,' and ing twe'aree passes,, two ...singles, :
ily, 84 r tor ',nine wiekete, lit ,eltit S. 'Brown 0 for ,13.. ,, v
s'''.,,'- tuns: ..,,,, ,..,0-1t.; 0..-- ,' ,, ,?..,
''.'.'''' a double4lind 'Fullerton's'. hefty
thile.''.'",4 ,., '--, ., Umpires' were,A. Berber '4,-,iind bonier,' to give, them anothet!, five
Winning tbe 'toss and,' taking' A. Blades'
et knock on a well ,prepared The -prizes given by the eleagtie A, iiirited 9'idanque,learn Ailed
icket, the' ",,Whiskyinen 'got ''., off Were '-won,by 'A,' Waithe and ;','G.. deseetately,16 overconie the stag staga
a staga fair Start' against steady 'and Brow, qespectively for the high- gering.',..14,!'run,.lead.',, Before the'
irly accurate bowling as the first est 'score,. and .' the Mint 'Wicket Insurance' 'men ,:"could, put ouLthe
,cket fell at 31 runs but skiPPer in the -match. .1,, ', fire- the,'Treveler's hed 'pollected
, Sunday, Clovelly will be at home three' singles, 'and :' seven walks, llo
ttirig rens off' around' the wicket to Paratsly C.C. Game starts at
aithe was at the top of' his form
, sgore siX ,-,runs. Th--'settingl' sun
,d with very good- support:trent 12:30, p.m, ,''' ' ''';',''''-;'''' signaled,.the-tond Of ihia :exeiting
Cerezo missed- a century,by The. exhibition game to ericket action' pa eked genie:and:sent, the
st '15 runs, ,., t--, 'ft, played at 'Jarman irield,..'-irort surance i-men Mime -,,, t ivith,,,..:..the
The, W,A.A. 'batsmen did 'not Clayton' oit,S I t u r d a y; APtil '4,' league ehampionship. ,-:, ,,,- ;.... 1
ye ,,things 'their' Way as the' tol-', ass fairly,: attedded by military The surprising'. good Paninis 1
wing analYsit' speak forNAhe and' tivillan personnel of the arm-,' insurance team, 'a new entry. in
wling mot the ,Clovelly C.C..,'At ed 'force lie welt as-local tatia2:' the MinoisLeague this, year, lima
e fall of the': 2nd,',- wicket, the The, three. clubs were well Pre,, walked -.off. with all the Tbonors
ore: was 48,.-theh 3 for 132, 4 for presented on the field and play- as they also were-,:the winners. of
6, 5" for 140,', 6 for- 148, ,7 :for ers who Were selected 'to plat, were, the, ,first thalf.,,,On'lAmil ,..27,: they
6 and 8 for 166,, s ,'''t' '' all lweileht. -, ' -44,', ,,'-'), will take on., a Minor ;$,,eague, .01 1
E'er Clovelly' G. More took,'11, '' 'The' game' started at 1:45,,p.m; star., teanr.,-hia three .gaino-,!.:
ickets for 31 runs; Joseph AlleYne with-both teams lined hp On the ries. :,,.,-. ,'.,,,,,-,,, ,, ,, ,,:e. s ," ,.....
for :35, E. Thomas 1 for 20,1,C. field- while .',E. Wade introdueed The 'All-Star teain 41104 Made
ike '1 'for 19, 'T.Ilimmott"0- tor tbe 'Members to 'Clonel. John D., op' of the bet players froin-.:,the
and 'W. Brathwaite 0 for 15.....' Colley,' Post ; Comm ,nder, i ,i, Wort ethee: five .,teams' ,in' the', league'
In their lurn 'st -G.' Mo6re Clatoti;' 'Captain' Benjamin ''Vas- and will be ',managed and 'coached
came the star batsman fotAlis euet-'end James W. Price, 'opera,. by, Pah ',American Airways tint'',
anie defyieg all efforts make bY it:officer, eurundit. ,', ,,4,i, in anager;Thil; ,,,Regers., ,,,, ,, ' :. ,-,
a' Womatk bowlers le dislodge 'The' Pacific All Stars under" tfie -..7.-',7',17 'i-2'",.., '...' ,rt f.', ;',, ''!,',
ni. Going' ln. first'be played 'OX' -Captaincy- of G,-, Bruton Wolt,"th0, lVf.4Sinith'18,1 A.) Witithe,27,LE.
tient cricket and way. the-siXth test-and, batted on a well prepar- 3ordon. 15;,-E.; Wade' '13 itild:,..Se
1sman to go, conlribeting '1' 29 ed' hut :easy paced wicket,: EaCh Campbell 11 not out. ; ..; ',,-, ',.'
ns for his team. The -wily. otter player .4as given ten minutes ', at. ,Bowling ter', t the s all ,starts ;.' t.
Annan to reach -a .cionbic.figute' bat,...,wliile: A. Alexis, President 'of Jiminottt,t captured 8 ,-wickets' tor
to W. ,Brathwalte .whe. mide.tia the Tacifit',,Cricket i.eitgue'',e0-, 19,rime,,,B,t.Williams.t for ,,22,',,.: E,
ling the long handle.' end ins ,feet flounced, Ahe. game, 4,,, , .', .' Thom a 3.4 i fo,r,24 and ,C,4 Aiiiike.:, 1
ite.welFin his contribution.; ',';,, The Stars amassed a total '-,of or 26.11, ,e -4', ,;',r.'' ,,,..;,";-.. IV,:;,t-,--,.. ,..
Chester Idike was : boviled :for 89 .--ruiltt.Ovith A. Blade's 23; --E.,, -- For;. the '4Womatli- ti, NeKenzie
yen With In13eauty froth ,Ashten Thomas 14,' C.Mike 12;, riot out look 1. 'for -4,81.; Smith. '2' for.,10,,
sithe.,The, "batsman wentout 10 and ;IV, Itellox 12. ''',;',, .. EL ,Cerelo,,P 14or., 13;0,4i'lroWil" 1
lye' it. hail -that was'. pitehed ',a.. In 'reply' Abe-Womack Ametteaw fet.IS 'and E.,, Wade. 1 for' 17,',,'.
tle ':dutside- the 6ff stump,. then Whisky C.C. led by, Ashton Waithe ;,Vmpires,yere,,A.,- Luke,;and .V.
anted his rnincl. and -,beferw,he, made,,130,;.the phiel scorer; 'were,,Mike..i,..,.,,,,'.,,t.,,T,- .,:.',.;.:,,t't.;.:,',''-'"''
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r-The biggeit vent'iti Ca hil-thith'
Softball., the annual Gamboa tour tourfitment
fitment tourfitment scheduled for thie, Satur:1
day, brings together theleading
softball teams for what- is ge generally
nerally generally considered, to be tho cham
pionshipi in that, sport Fight
teams ,will vie for,the honor with
the first tWo games (on fielda'No.,
1' and To. 2) -slatedto begin at'
8 iosthe morning, ,
, tWice winners ,Of ',the
tournament and,reigning basebah
champions of the Atlantic Side,
will attempt to add, another dia.'
mond championship to their col collection.
lection. collection. Under the able guidance.,
of' alugging third-baseman, Vince
Ridge, Powells hopes-to win their
third title in the Gamboa event event'
' event' Ridge himself ls one of 'the big I
;tick' men for his team. The, soft softball
ball softball manager saw little baseball
action during the regulariAtlantic
Twilight seamon,' but tommg back
with little adyances,', preparatloof'
Vince batted 9 'times and got' 7
hitt.,Heshould get plenty.of suP suPport
port suPport ;'in that "department trom
other' respectable hitters that 'will
back up the strong Powell offense offense,
, offense, Louis Dedesus, Gold Coast bat batting,
ting, batting, champ and ene of the:best
short-stops in, the busioes',on the
CZ.; Arnold' Mantling and Laurel
Highley, both numbered among the
top bitters in the recent led ended
baseball league,. will ,be action
in an effort ,to add the softball
title 'to their,tolleetien...
Louis llooper,y wile collected se seven
ven seven hits hi the-1957 tournament,'
still -wields potent,piece ,of
as does; Dave ingrairio both of,
whom are expected to add the
long ball hitting to the -Powell
attack. : ,
Powells will liave, tolget along
with jyst ',pair of pitchers with
little. In sight for ,rellef
needed. tast;baller Freddy Sapp,
back for another, go at the title
and Bob Moolchan make up the
entire ,PoWell pitching staff., Ray
Simons Will travel' to Gamboa
with the team,'' but the former
star of, previous' Gamboa tourneys
has beeif- inactive for more",,than
Year slid is expected to sec
tie, anyraetion. ,e
There:,Will be others Wile Inside
names 4for themselves! over;, the
years and played an Pimportant
role (in Powella1 1959 .i recovery
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' :. 1' 7 By MILTON RICHMAN.
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.7- 4. NEW. YORK April 16 ;. (UPI) Please tome tome,
, tome, ,
,
L ,,,, body- open that' startik gate so poor 'Pittsburgh
., I
,i;,and Detroit tan get out.
.
- r- Here the season is' Only a week aged only three bits off terter
'-..old and the Pirates and Tigers al- Hoyt Wilhelmt". and 'Harshman.
,'Zready have hit rock bottom 'with Ihen with two out," Gil lithougald
.7. Identical 0-5 records.,11 they don't Walked and moved-to second. oil
', get a move oR soon,, you. can put a Andy Carey's blobpsingleBoth
!,..big black asterisk hi front of both scored on Richardson's line smash
'::-. entries denoting "left at the post." to left field. TheAnss was Harsh.
.... ')': Pittsburgh: and Detroit can con- tnans second of the-season. ".
; sole themfelVes by recalling the Bob Grim's grand-slam homer
':. 1951 Giants lost' IV in a roil, duting helped carrytke A's to their first
' April and sou came on to win the victory of thir year after three
pennant. losses in a row although the White
'-- ',That isn't much consolation, Sox almost pulled the game out
,' though. Not when the Pirates re- with a seven-run rally in the
''' member that they dorpped their eighth. Grim, credited with the
'I, first eight games of the season in victory, belted his homer off loser
' 1955 and finished last or when the Barry Leman and roolde Kent
'4., Tigers think back to how they also Hadley hit a two-run homer for the
wound up in the basement after A's off Claude Raymond for what
. losing their first eight games in proved to be the winning margin
.". ;1952. in the fourth.
: Cincinnati handed the Pirates Shortstop Jos Domaostel of KC
,' .their fifth straight loss, 10-5 yes- was hit over the loft oar by a
.- terday, while unbeaten Cleveland Leman pitch in tho third im im.
. im. atayed atop of the American diately aftor Grim's homer. X.
-, teague standings by dealing the rays showed no fracture although
:' Tiger their fifth consecutive set- he was carried from the field on
back, 2-1, in 10 innings. a stretcher.
. The Yankees remained close at Rookie pitcher Jerry Casale was
's Cleveland's heels by beating Balti- pretty much the whole show in
more, 3-1, for their third straight Boston's win over Washington. The
triumph; the Athletics handed the Brooklyn-born right-hander doled
White Sox their first loss of the out seven hits and clouted a 450-
campaign, 10-8, and the Red Sox foot homer far over the left field
; beat the Senators, 7-3. screen with two on off loser Russ
' In tho National League, the Kemmerer in the sixth.
, Dodgers licked tho Cardinal', 5-0, The Reds had to battle from be be-
- be- and the Giants made it four out hind twice to down the Pirates. Cin Cinof
of Cinof five by defeating tho Cubs, 1-1. cinnati clinched the yitcome with
The first-placo Braves were idle a five-run rally in the sixth inning
, as wore tho Phillies. during which Vada Pinson hit Ids
Woodie Held's third homer in second homer of the season with
two days powered the Indians to, two on. Jerry Lynch asd Ed Bailey
' their fourth straight victory in also homered for the Reds 'while
, their 10-inning struggle with De- Don Hoak connected for it three threetroit.
troit. threetroit. Held, who blasted a pair of run homer for Pittsburgh.
' homers on Tuesday, stroked the Joe Nuxholl, aided by Bob
' game-winning smash yesterday off Mobil's scoreless throo-Inning rt rt.
. rt. Ray Narleski with two out- In the lief stint, was the winnor. Bob
10th. Cal McLish, a 16-game win- Friend gave up 11 of Cincinnati'a
,.. ter last year, picked up his first 16 hits in 5 1-3 innings and was
-, victory of the current season by charged with his second loss In
. going the distance and scattering as 'many trios.
toine hits, Don Drysdale of the DodgerS
, tittle Bobby Richardson and struelc out seven and gave up eight
- southpaw Whitey Ford, were the hits' in eurbing the Cardinals.. Losl'i-
standouts itt tile ttillth,lind Ford er tatrv Jackion Startled the
: .'. limited the,,Zrioles -to 41x. hitk in OloVidof 24,491'01,os 'Angeles Cot
c. dealing them their:third straight
,, ,, 'Benin' by striking ouf six of the
,..Joss. first nine batters to face him, but
Until the ninth, the Yanka man- filo nodvers nut together four sin

. I, 7 .
. Here the season li Only a week aged only three :hits oft .terter
old and the Pirates and:Tigers al- Hoyt Wilhelmt and -1-larshman.
ready have hit rock bottom 'with Ihen with two out.' Gil Mthougald,
Identical 0-5 records..,11 they don't walked and moved-to secontL oti
get a move on, soon,. you. can put a Andy Carey's blottp:singlelBoth
big black asterlsk hi front of both scored on Richardson's line smash
entries denoting "left at the post." to left field. TheAoss was Harsh Harsh.)
.) Harsh.) ': Pittsburgh: and Detroit can con- mans second of the-season. ".
sole themtelVes by recalling the Bob Grim's grand-slam homer
1951 Giants lost' IV in a roil, during helped carrytke A's to their first
April and. sou came on to win the victory of thir year after three
pennant. losses in a row although the White
',That isn't much consolation, Sox almost pulled the game out
though. Not when the Pirates re- with a seven-run rally in the
member that they dorpped their eighth. Grim, credited with the
first eight games of the season in victory, belted his homer off loser
7955 and finished last or when the Barry Leman and roolde Kent
Tigers think back to how they also Hadley hit a two-run homer for the
wound up in the basement after A's off Claude Raymond for what
losing their first eight games in proved to be the winning margin
1952. in the fourth.
. Cincinnati handed the Pirates Shortstop Joe Demaestel of KC
their fifth straight loss, 10-5 yes- was hit ever the left ear by a
terday, while unbeaten Cleveland Leman pitch in the third im imstayed
stayed imstayed atop of the American diately after Gsim's homer. X X!Rogue
!Rogue X!Rogue standings by dealing the rays showed no fracture although
Tiger their fifth consecutive set- he was carried from the field on
back, 2-1, in 10 innings. a stretcher.
The Yankees remained close at Rookie pitcher Jerry Casale was
Cleveland's heels by beating Balti- pretty much the whole show in
more, 3-1, for their third straight Boston's win over Washington. The 1
triumph; the Athletics handed the Brooklyn-born right-hander doled
White Sox their first loss of the out seven hits and clouted a 450-
campaign, 10-8, and the Red Sox foot homer far over the left field
beat the Senators, 7-3. screen with two on off loser Russ
' In the National League, the Kemmerer in the sixth. :
Dodgers licked the Cardinals, 5-0, The Reds had to battle from be beand
and beand the Giants made it four out hind twice to down the Pirates. Cin Cinof
of Cinof five by defeating the Cubs, 7-1. cinnati clinched the yitcome with
The first-place Braves were idle a five-run rally in the sixth inning
as were the Phillies. during which Vada Pinson hit Ills
Woodie Held's third homer in second homer of the season with
hvo days powered the Indians to, two on. Jerry Lynch asd Ed Bailey
their fourth straight victory in also homered for the Reds 'while
their 10-inning struggle with De- Don Hoak connected for a three threetroit.
troit. threetroit. Held, who blasted a pair of run homer for Pittsburgh.
homers on Tuesday, stroked the Joe Nuxhall, aided by Bob
game-winning smash yesterday off Maba's scoreless three-Inning re reBay
Bay reBay Narleski with two out- in the lief stint, was the winner. Bob
lOth. Cal McLish, a 10-game win- Friend gave up 11 of Cincinnatt'a
!ler last year, picked up his first 16 hits in 5 1-3 innings and was
victory of the current season by charged with his second less In
going the distance and scattering as Imam, tries.
.
nine hits, Don Drysdale of the Dodger
tittle Bobby Richardson tut
8---- struelc out seven and gave up eight
Bouthpaw Whitey Ford, were the hits' in prbing the Cardinals.- Los Losstandouts
standouts Losstandouts In the tiinth,lind tord er taerv Jackion,- Startled the
limited the.,Mrioles -to 41x. hit& ill CroVid'of f4:491'at'Los 'Angeles Col,
dealing them theirthird straight
,, 'Benin' by striking out' six of the
loss. first nine batters to face him, but
Until the ninth. the Yanks man- the Dodgers put together four sin
gles for two runs in the fourth. Don,
' Demeter homered in the sixth and
',,IPOLLIEPO. Jim Baxex in the seventh as the
ES Cards suffered their fourth loss in
DISAPPEAR five lames.
Orlando Cepeda. "low-bridged";
by Moe Drabowsky in tho second,
Tile application of blixoderm clears inning,. slammed a pair of homers
pimples from the skin. Use Nixoderm
tonight and see how your skin be- off thesrub' rieht-hande.rone :In
cometclean. clear and soft. Nixoderm the fourth and another in the fifth
te it itodern treatment that kills to pace, the Giants to their vie;
germ and' parasites that cause ec-
gema, itching and pimples. You will tory. Felipe Alou also homerecrfor
pot g4 rid of skin trouble's Until you the Giants, raising his season O OM
M OM t germs that are hidden in the tal to three
pere1163ro get Nixoderm from your I Idrug
drug Idrug t today to clean out pimples Southpawionnny Antonellt struck'
and and nootho your akin. out six-and yielded only five' hits
i
.,--ik in gaining hia second victory.

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, so his buddies
sent him to
Paris to live 1
' it up with two
' gorgeoui'
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and make the ,':
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, one of them
' blissful forever forever1
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annMMIN.IMM.!.,

CONCERN Eddie Swayer is,
not about to cut his throat, al although
though although the manager, feels like
doing this at times. The Phil
lies tumbled into the basement
last trip and things don't look
any better this year.

Richmond Giabs
League Lead
in Inteinational

Teams ,',Vi L Pct.: GB
Richmond 2 -0 1.000, );.-.1.
Miami 0 1.000
Columbus 1 1 .500 1
Havana 1 1 300 1
Rochoster .1 300 1,
Toronto .. 1 1 '.500 1
Montreal 0 1 .000 112
'Buffalo 0 2 .000 2

m,mmmnmitm,

LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS

Havana Toronto 4
Richmond 11, Buffalo 8
Rochester, 9, Columbus 2
(Only games scheduled)
NEW YORK. April 18RIPI)----
Richmond 'held to five hits,, took
advantag&of seven Buffalo errors
last night to win its second straight
International League game, 11-8.

A two-run homer lav Dick San Saneters
eters Saneters in 4,he sixth' inning larovided
Richmond avith the inning' tallies
as the Tees came through with
their second big inning of the night.
'
,
In otter games. Rochester whip whipped
ped whipped Columbus,' 9-2. and Havana
tripped Toronto, 8-4.
Richmond scored five runs in the
first inning, bt the Bisons hacked
awayott the Iead, scoring four
times in the fifth to take an 8-5
margin. The Vees' productive six sixrun
run sixrun sixth, however, beat Buffalo.
Jack McMahan,.third of four Rich Richmond
mond Richmond pitchers, was credited with
the win.
Gene Oliver bit two homers, one
agrand slam, as Rochester scored
six runs in the third inning to wal wallop
lop wallop the Jets. Oliver's two-run blast
in the first frsme set th stage for
victo0. Bob Miller, who cute on
ln 'the third innirig,, was the 'Win 'WinOM
OM 'WinOM
; Haliana avenged Toronto's open open,.
,. open,. ing (flay triumph with two big in inningk
ningk inningk The Sugar Kinga Scored four
i
Sims n the sixth to go ahead, 5-4,
and dded a three-run cushion in
the ghttr-Virente "Anmr, -8-9 last
year,: picked lip the victory for
Havana., , ,

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Brazos

e4. 1..441,
, , yolk 4
Irb Brazes Brook Country Club'lls it;11 ail liffintlan
'ars, including tha to participate a ,,Ipost ball foursome
golf tournamen't en Saturday, April 25, commericing at 1:30
and concluding with:a hamburger and, bakad Wins !Wuhan.'
Entry blankt aro avallablir at all golf ,clubs add ,must ba lp that
hands of the Brazos Brook tournament committee prior te p.th.
' Friday, April 24. However, as a confassion to these aclively,ln aclively,lngaged
gaged aclively,lngaged in putting the'skips through tha Canal and who are ,, not
sure of their working beurs; every effort will be made to tido as' s,
many post entries as'possible; ,
Prizes will, ba awardad ouch member of thO'winning 'four,
somas and Mars Will be ad entry fie of PA per parson to cover
the cost of tbe prizes and the.,lunchson. , '',
Further particulars will appear in this papor next waak..

PACIFic
A sparkling inning of 85 runs
by Asnton Waithe, E Cerezo 29
and J. Redmond 10 were the bats batsman
man batsman who reached double figures
for the Womack American Whi Whisky
sky Whisky C.C., against Clovelly at Pe Perms
rms Perms en Sunday, April 12.
Scores ,were, Womack 166 runs
eight wickets, declared, and Clo Clovelly
velly Clovelly 84 lOriting wickets, at ,call
of tithe.
Winning the toss and 'taking'
first knock on a well ,prepared
wicket, the 'Whiskyinen 'got off
to a fair Start' against steady 'and
fairly accurate bowling as the first
wicket fell at- 31 funs but sidpper
Waithe was at the top of his form
getting runs all, around the wicket
and with very good support from
E. Cerezo missed- a century, by
just '15 runs, t- .ft,
The, W,A.A., 'batsmen did not
have,things their' way as the
lowing analysit'' speak for'vthe
bowling mot the tlovelly C.C.,'At
the fall of the': 2nd. wicket, the
score: was 48, then 3 for 132, 4 for
139; for' 140,, 6 4or 148,
149 and, 8 for 166,, 4
For Clovelly' G.:Moore took'
'Wickets for 31 runs; Joseph Alleyne
3'ffor 35, E. Thomas 1 for 20,1,C.
Mike '1 for '39, Ammon 0- for
33 and 'W. Brathwaite 0 for 15...0
J.,10 their lint st .11 Moore
became the star batsman for'his
team,. defying an efforts Make
the Womack bowlers to dislodge
him. Goingin firstlie played 'ex 'excellent
cellent 'excellent cricket and Wasythe
batsman to go, contribilting 1' 29
runs for his team. The -only otter
batsman to reach a dotible figute
was W. Brathwaite who made,t10,
aging the long handle and his feet.
quite well' in his contribution.,
theater ldike was boviled :for
seven with In :beauty from ,AshtOn
Waithe. The. 'batsman wentout tO
driver a hell that was: pitched ',a
little Outside Me 6ff stump, thee
changed his,mind and l'.telore'be
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l''..-. Sy HARRY GRAYSON ,;,-
I'NEW YORK (NBA) --Because
the- New York .Americatts nave
Iwon 24 pennants la gil years-40
of the last 12, Mot of the list 10
You Still hear the crualtreak
up the Yankeeillt 1 -4 -,-,,---,,,,,,
, -"How wili the 'segue ever' la
balanced?"- ask the hav4nots ,,
But why break 1 up the Yen Yenkees7
kees7 Yenkees7 They at leas pat their I
own 'Way--taxes -and AIL They
carry the -, other,- club4-, in ,- thel
league, I' ,e1., .-,,, 7-,
Under'. the' 'shrewd' -"geheral
managere George '', Welt s, ,-. the'
Yattkeel refute ,the claim of
others, .whichAs ,,, thity, 4 major
league -, club ho longer can lot
fininclally' successful while 'oper 'operating
ating 'operating without 'outside Belo id the i
way, of bargain, bastmentyeatell
AM -whatnot. I '''' ''' ,'
Yinkeel, Stadium, the 't enlY
wheel lett' in town o far as,
New York baseball fella ire ton toncerned,
cerned, toncerned, wit ,- opened 36 Yare
ago, alio in a game with the Red'
Sox, the oPPollent iii the )250'
opener:AI Was fitting,: and '' pro.'
per for a park tilled 4,711e Holies'
That Ruth' Built," the fabutoue'
Babe dedichted It' with a three.:
run' home run Ott Reward: kWh-,
ke, .100 died only, a few ;weeks,
ego. ' ..,. .,,, , ,,, ,,,7m4,..., 1
The 'triplo deck:, anitodura in,
the -BrOnx nil Manyz Aigke-1
Gone, ,lncluding hiving -,,t housed,
more World f Seller gamer than
any Atiter park in,. history.- Bo;
fewer Mali 01 serietv garnet have
been decided ,there even, though
the Bombers played home gimes
let ,the Polo Grounds scrosa ,,, she
Harlem River hen they, won
their first two -pennants it 1921-

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CINCINNATI, 0 h o
President Warren Giles Of theNa,
Monday
'be -ban changed bit, views and
now. favors a third major league,
but said tit knew-nothing of a to?
port that money was ready or the
teameltdected. '1 ,",
"It's news to' me," -Giles held
itClailwaukee when eked about,
report hers that finandal back backing
ing backing was. ready for ,a. third 'team.
, Cincinnati Post and ,Timee-Ster
Sports Editor 'Pat Harmon, in. a.
copyrighted' Wry, quoted Giles ts
saying it would be "much easter
to form oew eightteam 'maJor
league thin ,to, expand the ptes-1
ent inegnei from eight to.t 10,
teame.", Litt- November'''. GllesI
'said favoted,' expanding pres.,,
ent ltaguel.4, .4 I
The, story,: itso laid, financial,
ha:eking yeed and the blame
,named;
'Would Take 'Tears
IiitZtifeS7leitt.,,i 'Alfa' league
was ,.,"Iong way off,"He said
he; thought it 'would take about 10,
yeare .for third leigue to. be-on",
a .par with, th,e present' leagdeci
klThere are problems of financ-,
int,' players and other things," he
said.
The,, report that broilicalier
Hirry..-Wismer said backersfor
the new league had pledged fhe
money at meeting three weeks
ago drew surprised reactions
from othet baseball officials.
Powel Crosity president of

the Cincinnati Reds, and Gabe
Paul, general manager, said they
had not- heard of plans. for -the
new., league. k
Paul said he thoughtlha pres present
ent present leagues cooperata"
with new league.
, Joe- 'Brown, Pittsburgh 'Pirate
general manager, foresaw more
problems tor a -third league, if It
p?perates; independently, "than if
work, through present base baseball."
ball." baseball." lit said he had not heard
of "definite plane;
Name Cities'
q.
,
wotild find it very expen-,
sive to meet the present pension,
system tot players," Brown cern cernImaged,.
Imaged,. cernImaged,.
Frank Lane, Cleveland Indians'
ieneral manager, said he thoughtl
expansiott 'of A the --two existing,
leagues lb teams was the, "log-1
lest forerunner of. tMrd league,"1
Ths Pon and Times-Star story
said -teams in the, new league,
would ek bo, New York,,, Houstln,:
Montreal,t Toronto, ,Dallas Minne
apolis-St, rani, 'and two sill' to be,
selected,'.
' The- repori ialetbb New. York
team would play st Flushing
Meadows in a new park built by
the Fort Authority. It said finan financial
cial financial backing was pledged 'by a
group brought together by
Shea, chairman of the New
York City Mayor's Committee'
For Baseball.
Shea, in New York, would not
confirm this.

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'iAJin0m0t6',.1.i', ""., it 4,4-S 100 117- 0 15 -263 167 5 'M
Pantrat ''.. . IT 1400 it 108 5 il : 110 13 Il I 't '-
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Player, Club r 0 AB H It 211 '311 HI1 11111
, Jo. Clarke, Powell ; 51 i' 21 22-- 11,', 2 0 ,,, 5 '3, ; ,.431.
.A. Dudieyi Pantra 11, 27 21 1 15 12 ,t 0, 1, ',105
C. Barrios, Powkits,,,', 11 ., 47 12 : 11 is 0 7 .404
C. Robinson, t 14 34 11 13 ,12 1 11,'1V:t .312
Camarens, 14 43 8 15 11 4 0 0 7 .34t
-k Love S-M , 11 50 15' n'it''s;co t .240
AshbY, 111 10 0 1 .240
C. DeSouza, 1S 39 11. 13 t I 0 11 XI
4 K Joseph:- C0 ' 17 41 '10 15 13 k 2 0 -01, 5 .321
Lula Lindo, POWent 19 44 19 14 12 2 0 0; .211
;1. Aiinomdlo' 13 :41': 15 13 lk 2 0 .11 11 .317
Teamt-' 4 '0 C0 SHO 1P.4' ilt 06 SO SiA
Stevedor Morrlit :16 I 1 107 14 ,M 42 72 51 2.75
, Powell& ". 11 11 1 111 110 '74 41 12 '22 2.01
,PaMra : -t ,, 17 I V"- 110 ,,112 04 53 71 lit 3.37
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tCigarrill0 17 51 1' 114 M 100 17 75 41 1.01

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Pitched"); -'G CO W L Es SS' SO Eri
Mocdchan, Miens 4' 1 .857 48 40 23 13 23. 30 1.00
0, Morrell, Oasis 5. 4 X 3, .400 32 19 ill 11' 11' .25 1.97
Lynch, Powelli "10 '3' 2 400 49 36 n 17 29 20 '1.48
Drayton, Powells"13 7 3 ,700- 69 66 37 24, 30 9 2.435
Harding,- Pantra 3 2 3 .400 30 20 23 11 23 2.57
Mancias, Pantra-120. 3' 2 5 .286 45 39 35 20 25 7 3.11
lialligan; Mort& 9' 4 4 1 ,,,X00 34 29 18 15 31 23 3.09
Agard! Monis 1- -5 1", 1 3 .250 -25 24 21 ,14, 18 5 3.92
Salas, Aft:toil:00'12 4 5 .625 54 '45 -36 143 1, 4.6
Paredso,.ijilnoto 8 I 2 3 -400 ) 35 ".44 41. 2 34 7 4.83
W, Diaz, Oasis 9 4 1' 4 .200 48 68 48, 34 '25 4.96
- ,".4.1teaderi ne, Varietal, DePeTtlnOi
GaateRm, Dray,topy Powells, 13' ," "''
0 L'ompletes Games 4,44 Drayton,,IPowint, t
Shutout! .-4Mannis,,Putral.,216olchtti, Morns;, Drayton,
- PowellS, 1 each.
' Games Won Drayton Powells, 7.
frames- Lostk,..,aAancias: pantra, 5. v. ,t 1,, 4 :
; t,- lihigestwoft statiost percentage Moloichan, 40rris (Or ;6:57.
Innings Pitched -4, Drayton, Powellsi49.
- Hits Alfonso Diaz, Oasis, 48,
Runs Alfonso Diatv Oasis, 424
' Earned ftuna ,Sklai;Ajinocnoto, :
Wild Pitches -a Salsa,' AjinomotO,
' hitbaismen Drayton, Powell", t a
Rases" on balls Salas Agnomoto,
- StriksoutS44-4,0Moolchan:Mtorria, -ZOO' .r.! .1 4
. HAS --,Alfono, Diaz, Oasis, 14'4 it
Lowest ;earned run average Moolchan, 12Orrit: 13 in4;
, innings for? (1.903). 4. ,
- Leaders In The Various Department:
Gimes -4,4t Joe parks and 'George Marilee, ...e0Wella alai'.
At bats -44 George Knowles Powells 52..
" Runs ----kicoe-Clirke,0-4 Powell" ',---, 21. ,;,
jet Clarke ',do- powells ,,,, -;
Singks 4-4" JoeClarke.440 Powells-4.., 19
,Doubles -4474apoleon Ash, Pantra:. Akivin Lovell & Cnilot
- Morris .14.4, 5 each 4 ,"10.4
Triples -10, Gilberto' Dosmat. PoWells: Calvin Ashby, Pantra;
Chester DeSouia, Morris; Oliver Hardy, Ajinomoto, 1 each.
Home runs 44- 'Rodman Ntftles & Hugh Charles, Powells, 3 etch.
Long hits Hugh Charles, Powell!: Napoleon Ashby, & Calvin
, A pintra:--Alvht 'Covello and C.' Halligan,' Morris, (Leach.
Total bases Joe Clarke, rowans
Shigging yereIntage Catios Halligan, Morris 708
SaCrifiCe hfts Joe Claiice, Pnwells; John Hate, Ajinomoto,"
, Sacrifice flies ',--- Chister DeSoutt Morris 4
Stolen bane" Luis Lind, powells. 13
Baseg-bn-balls Jon Clarke; Powells '

, ifas-ei-ori-Wills .-- Joe Clarke; Powells '16 '
' Hit 1?" pitched hall ;-- Csivin hiskby gz Agnolly, Pantra: Car.'
,' ,,' los Halligan,,Marrisr Mumbert Arthurs, Oasis 2 etch,
. Runs 'batted in L. Stanley, Arthurs, Powellirt--. 74
Strikeouts Alvin Lavelle,. Morris; Glen lernaldyn, Oasis
' ...7 each: ' ,,, , '
, Batting average -- Joe Clarke,. Powelli 4,- 481,-.' '
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' lEADEIS IN FIELDING AVEIAGES -
, ,
. -,0,(- (Based an 10 ar more isines) 2
' Player 4. allb ,,,,, Pos. ', G. ,,,PO A. .1C., FA.
Bob ,Moolchan, Mortis ' r ,, 1 .0 0 12 , 0 1,000
Earl Agnolly,' Pantra, ' 1', ,' 11, 13 '-,- -3 0 -1.000
I
Jerome Cole (Hank), Oasis 1 11 St ,. I e 5 .1)33
;Joe Clerked Powells"-t- ,' .. ,0 211 iI 1$,,,, 4111 gg .2 .'.964
Alvin 'Lovelle; Morris ', :., '' 315. 15 10 ., 27 II '.$172
. Ftsnley,), Ahur, Powells SS ,13 -, 21 tl T Alt
GrftIOTIO Barries,'Powells , ',OF '' 15 27 g g .$65
- Based ,on most .total chances acceited without' error

Pies. Morris AB. :R.
Prince 10 4
' t.. N24
Moo khan- -117
.1 ,, 50 17
DeSoust .4.31 13
Redman N 11
;IeMorria,,,,..-.12- An
Anderson 15 31, 13
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, ItteColling-1,64 r.;'612 .',48 11
Ortiz 6 yr...., t 4.40, '14 3
Wilson C611 22 a
4;00ding a -;. 1
Brown-.. 22
E, aathe 4 1
, Kirt: IS
Aga I 0
Small ,,0
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yffliame, ;f ?,A 'y 1 I
Onit0 5 1 2 2
,1Xlimarenzi 14
lfetendez :14 vs 21 A.1.,
SZimmerManti:11 f. 1
Kentish? ?t r;. 41 Ao 13
. Ilardy 6. 17 '' 48 14
Morritivit 'Ain v
. Arthur' oztr-S., !,1I- ?I?? 3
'Bracho,;,. 7 ;413 1,4
? Rate 1-6-617 49 13
Ramo'. :,6.12 33
St.- Cyr 41 n-'4
,1dalas tbli 6'.'-'611 ,:n
, Anderson V61(1 24 2
ManC11111- .."16 1
' Griffin ;,:. -,;!!. 1
Modestin fr"-- It 1
Parsdes a 0.

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4 400 DOSMIn by , 5 15511
.: 375 McCune -' 1 2 1 ''''500
e .353 rlarke 51 22 ,, s.431
17 ., .340 Barrios .12 47 19 :0104
13z 833 Maxwell ; S 2 .r4400
11 4.,281. Undo 0 1,4.16 ;44 14 .312
- '', 273 Nufie: .13 30 ,11
13 255 H", Charlet: 51 14 .274
it-- .229 Arthur!, ; 13 37 -10 .270
3 .214 Knowles 13 'ASO
11 482 Oaton 4 .11 ,' SO 01 .200
1 E Frankl;n 4 4.. 10 4 2 .200
' 4 .1.38 Drayton., :.'.113 25 1 .040
1 ,,.143 Baker 0 4000
-,11' '',4000 Cobbs,4 4 1
0, f-.000 .. 1 0 8 -0000
,,,0;','000 McFarlane .1 2 0 .000

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' ' oasenau g ; rvure noluva, ,...
' TANKER STADIUM WAS
last big league:ark built with
the cigar-chomping tight 0; bander of
, the L Washington Sehattiris.Who'll
NPreivill'telrortukndtrew:rsit ClIol.t!teiaTolby etillalcullaernigye" J'oPara J'oParaRuppert..
Ruppert.. J'oParaRuppert.. The trend now it to mu- match race of 100 yordo'. "Ion "Ionnicipal
nicipal "Ionnicipal parks built et, public ex- lee wan has chance." eV; Ra Ra'pease
'pease Ra'pease Ind legged at a lov rental. moo, .who learned
iMnYicreey billbaanirleb,a11
Cleveland, Milwaukee, Kansas Ci- ba,a cane odds; l'ta Pinson of'
to fun in Cu-'
Inb Los Angelis and BaltiMOTA Redo ,, ., ..,
piay in municipal stadiums. San Pepper Martin 'on the Florida
FTAOCISCO,,SISO will be deploying
in one When Candlestick Point of. weather ta,9-lood'i weather."
-- .--- rani "The Bible, says loY kin&
Park is. completed. ,' 99And 9 besides," f added the
Because' of ,tke increase in con- ,,,,
miernr skipper that same soggy
itruction coats, such' it well-post- afternoon,. 4,we got in; slit geed,
ed' magnate as, Lou perinis the leme,a of bitting."; ; .,
world's biggest Individual heavy ,
contractor, tells ,,you that', the wane ,Rartock doesn't ride any
cost, of building a baskball sta
dium with, private funds is pro- latoo G
MOTS' Calumet borses because
hibitive.' ' ' "A... on
ilt ir i my Jones putting the taboo
Despite thii,' ,i het; 'ow bill nt pcb seems oe
Markey cabled Jim,
the tur e ..
ley :says he le 'going 'to do just ,.. 'atecA her.,. .by 'not helping
this' in :Chavez Ravine for the "1 'la
Dodgeri, when itild If legal snarls ther Fiord Turf Writers 'Ames 'Amesa
a 'Amesa are Untangled., But it Must he 4,--,.-
remembered that it ,was. the laid "'""
h; off the podium M a dinner of
grab ;that 'prompted O'Malley to PleYer repreientatives, says
forsake Brooklyn for LOS Angeles. -- R co panel& on
, blast bY oy to
' '' i' .. '.."."."-. ' ir zillion, setup. I, .they Imes ImesRobin
Robin ImesRobin Roberta, didn't deserve the
R 1 NT IS, ,ANOTHik factor. the ter hp, financial ,, condition
The Braiel paid only 91,000 taei ,ullite,,ad,h, 6eforo turning him
first year at County Stadium in "T"'"6""' ,
Milwaukee, 1 elthough Proprietor clown- ' ,, 2
Perini later Made' a more gener- '',
Ono deal with thecountf; h of the
, Whea 'Yankee Stadium opened rlek, pitching, coac
thabout the scientific rev revin
in revin 1923, tho attendance, was an- Fellow was tolling v' Tom rer rerPihilliloent
Pihilliloent rerPihilliloent el the curve ball with its
nounced by General Manager 'Ed e-et---- talon of two slims.
Barrow as 74,414. Six weeks lat. oPomum. re d
"Ana ff you on t get the op oper,
er, oper, when a tight was held there, i
itowas diticevered that 'Ilarrow, 77" .'' ' h
in his effort to knock down' the foots to prove that It was on t e
Giants', Who bad evicted the fan- up and up. ',' ' i
kees from the Polo Grounds, had s '-'-.1---- ' b
padded the 'figure by nearly 20-, WHEN HE BOUGHT THE clu
000. As a matter of fact, the flirt, with Del Webb and Dan Topping,
est- turnout ever' to' see an open- the. present, ovmers, Col; LatTy
log game at, ,the Stadium was macPhail introduced a restaurot
54,404 'in 1946,' against the Sena- and bar called the Stadium Club.
tors of all people. ', 0 mils was Jo ISO and the re'
I, The '111-time Stadium ',r e c or 4. freshment oasis has Ancreased its
was a Memorial Day double- seating CIPaplif 4 Almost ;I e e'; Y
header with the, Bosox in 1939, year evet ewes- 4' "'' .' '
when 31,841 laid it on the line. There is no way of discoveriog
When,Barrow announced that fig- if the capacity of the customers
ure he displayed the ticket -mani- also, bap increased. i,,, 0,,

)1IAMI, Fla. (NEA)
Troilus' pre-Florida, Derb yinjury
kept secret until the two-buck 1
bett,or already plunked down his
ettahhe pulled up daine4,--becatise
it would halve cost the track, .aa
estimated 000,000 in handle?.
and isn't Horace Wade, who's
built the' spring race with, inge ingenuity,
nuity, ingenuity, and enterprise, fed hp wixb
pinch-penny operation enbugli to
quit atter '59?.
;.,,Gab. rAkg ol;a;rvation: "Hitting-,11
likt a disease. ithe
most contsgioua, thing" in .11e
world!' but is ft teaching ,tot
the Cin'el;mati Bedste,
'
One of the One athletes of
baseball if ; Pedro Ita,mos, the
cigar-chomping right 0; bander' of
the Washington SenateraWho'll
challenge Anyone in baseball, par particularly
ticularly particularly 'Mickey Mantle,. to a
match race of 100 yardt. "On "Onlee
lee "Onlee wan has chance:1'4AV; Ra
mos, who learned to run in Cu-'
ba'a cane fields; 1,961 Pinson of'
Reds."$
Pepper Martin on the Florida
rein! "The Bible says any kind,
of weather is,9-good weather.'''
.99And 9 besides Added the
Miatrul' skipper that same soggy
afternoon, "we got in: six good
inningi of hitting.",'
Willie 'llartack doesn't ride any
ImOrs' Calumet horses because
Mrs. Gene Markey cabled
my Jones putting the taboo on
the turbulent lock. .seems he
insulted ber,. .by ''not helping
her off the podium At a dipner.of

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:'' ,''' IT Arthur', ...ik A' ' ''' ''' .. ' 11 ;, t '":
..",,',,,,4 1 coje 4 ''; .. r. ,,' 114 ,, ,,,! S. i. mo,:
' ' Chavarria ,, 1::. ,,,. .. L, 2 ,,, ;,.:
'..
. CorentI 's '' : doy ,,-,4, , ,., v ,,,

Player representatives, says
Robi 11 Roberts, didn't deserve the
blast bY Roy Campanella on
their pension, setup. It .they hives hivesfilleted
filleted hivesfilleted his financial condition
throng before turning Alm
down. A ,
Pelle was telling v' Tom Per Perrick,
rick, Perrick, Abe. pitching, coach of the
Phillies, about the scientific rev.
elations of the etwve ball with its
optimum mtation of 1.712 spms.
; ."And if you don't get the op opfeats
feats opfeats to prove that it was on the
up and up.
" ,
WHIN HS BOUGHT THE club
with Del Webb and Dan Topping,
the. present evmers, Col. LAITY
MicPhsil introduced a restaurot
and bar called the Stadium Club.
This was and the re refreshment
freshment refreshment oasis has increased its
seating capacity ahnost v y I
year ever since:4
There is no way of diacovering
if the capacity of the eustomers1
also, has increased. ,,

,
Beaumont ..t 2, .11 .000 11; Gooding 2 2 ,'' .000
Lozano 1 1 .000 DeLeon 1 3 0 .000
Perez ".. 1 2 O. : 000 Bednars .'t 3 3 0 .000
' L.' Brady- 5- 0,, .000
Includes record with' Aji-No4loto 4 0 Includes record with
.,Cig pasis .bicitides record with Powell.
, Oasis. G. R.. tu, BA.
,1ovelle 'a', ,1,$ 4 24 ;',' 10 .417
Lopez-, .; ,t. 10 ,, 24' ,10 , ,417,
,,,'i?, Robinson ;. t. '' ' 34 - 12,
e',
N Joseph, 15 .22es
,' P,Obildia ''', 24, .292
'A k Carlatt ' 131.'44 '11 250
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10 .417
10 , 412
13 ',.282
15 .326s
, .292 ..,
11 .250
'135
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6 .162
3 4'107
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OLVE2MA

Pedro Ramos

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timuin rotalion,",nodded Ferrick,
1". guess you get tut ,,,,tAuluut
digtance.". .111 poin.ed at a Dail
rugni.
Stan Musial on playing double doubleheauers:
heauers: doubleheauers: "You come La 4o alter
a first game and cool off 20 mai maiutes.
utes. maiutes. You're tired and stiffean up.
.1'm through with it."

' Impressions yu bring back
apring baseball training: To.
bacco-chewing is hack in vogue.
.s. Walter O'Malley's a,lunn lov.
ing guy as well as a money.maxer
.the difference 'between Yankee
and other dressing rooms is that
none ot the champi talk baseball
they discus; golf. anned
Mickey Mantle is white from
the neck, down., .Cliet Victor,
the barkeep at the Tampa Tet;
race, can tell you the drinking
habits of players throughout the
past .25 years ("They ain't like
they used to be").
, The Phillies have the best phy physical
sical physical setup in,Clearwater. .the
Senators have an abominable
training facility (and team 'to go
with it) in Orlando.
Capsule interview with Don
Hoak: Been worried about your
hitting. Don?. don't worry
about hitting. I can hit.". .Then
all you got to worry ob.out
plaring?. ."I .don't worry about
that. I can olay.". l'hen ,voti
must be a help, man?. ."I'm
a bapoy.
Bob Boyd of the Orioles is e'en.
ed 'rhe Ropebecause be bill
'em on a line. itoes along with
it to the extent that even' 'vine
he rea01,eq firgt bane he rark, 1
piece of rooe frm his pocket and
waves it at the dugout.
,Pee Wee Reese was reminia.
clog about coming up ,to the ma.
Jon from Louisville years 'a 'ago..
go.. 'ago.. ;1'1 really wanted to go te
the Red Sox rather than the
DodgersI knew mog, the
'Boston ,,boystrom spring training
or,, playing'ivith them, didn't
know,' a IOW on the !,,, Dodgers
when I reported. Camili
kind of adopted me. followed
him around like, a ..pupp ya nd
him around like a puppy a n d
,1, ,Sanr Snead's still r enough
lemperament to brea a putter
over his kneeon the, very last
hole 'of the Idastercro ',holed' put
' Between youleme,.G11' MeDou.
geld explained why he and other
Yankees fought so vigorously a.
gainst ,pay, cuts"I've found that
except for the high salary, class,
the Yankees will trade10' plaY.
er they have to cut" ,and ev.
erlibody "'ants to Kick' around.
.

1
Alonzo:Johnion.
flew Home
At St;
NEW''-YORK1UPIY-- Ilene
Johnson,: a young heavyweight
hopeful from Rankin, Pa, nas
found a new "homeu-sti St. Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas Areniti
The 22-year-old former,nitional
AAU champion scored hit third
victory in-less than two 'kmonths
at the ancienefightsclub Monday
night when -he Avas ,awarded a
split 10-round decision over Billy
Hunter of Detroit.,
Johnson, who w'elthed,
pounds to Hunter's 1.92,:was the
aggressor throughout. He moved
rforward constantly and beat Hunt Hunter
er Hunter to the punch with crisp left
jabs and hooks to the head. Hunter-wat
more cautious but' also
scored well with countering blows
to the face and body,
1-
Referee Davey Feld gave John John,
, John, son six rounds, awarded three to
Hunter and called one even.
Judge Joe Agnello agreed, 7-3,
but,Judge Leo Birnbaum voted
for Hunter, 6-4.-
In his two previous appear appearances
ances appearances at St. Nick's, Johnson out outpointed
pointed outpointed Charlie Forest and veter,
an Jimmy Slade. It was his 15th
victory in 16 pro bouts., It was
the sixth setback in 19 outings for
Hunter, who upset big Bob Baker
at St. Nick's twu months ago.

'21:1-1.t,tm".1fe-t, iddie Arcaro Plans
,
fork, wotdd
"t To Siring-Along
rrk WM First Landing
'

YOBIC1 (UMEddie, At Attar
tar Attar plant) to string along with
First Landing in Saturday's Wood
Memorialand presumably in the
Kentucky Derby.
The nation's 'greatest stakes
rider picked First Landing as his
mount in the Wood after booting
Chris Chenery's colt to an impres impressive
sive impressive three-length victory Monday
at Jamaica.
Arcsro could have chosen Elk Elkcam
cam Elkcam Stable's Atoll, whom be pi pilot,ed
lot,ed pilot,ed to an equally Imoressive
triumph in last Saturday's Gotli Gotliam
am Gotliam Stakes at the Long Island
course. 1
But after First Landing hung out
the 'fastest six-furlong clocking of
thil meeting (1:10' 1-5) in MO MOday's
day's MOday's feature, Eddie announced,
"I'll ride .him in the Wood," ,,
WhatAmpreitseCnArcaro, lutist
was the .way First Landing drew
away from Bite ,,tivals in -the
stretch 'and then pulled up with
out drawing a deep breath.
"He wouldn't blow out a match
when I brought him back.," Eddie
declared gleefully. "He's a real
fit horse. I hit him twice in the
stretch to keep him going and go
he would get the futt benefit of
the race."
It was First Landing's beat ef effort
fort effort of the year. The son of Turn TurnTo
To TurnTo won 10 of 11 starts last year
and was voted the nationta out outstandin
standin outstandin tuvenile. However, he
lost considerable prestige while
Avioninp only one -of three outings
in Florida last winter.
The WOod 'now shines up ss a
three-horse race among First
,Landing, Atoll and Intentionally.

NEW SYSTEM
Milwaukee (NEA)-- Because he
is installing a new system, LW.
Blackbourn started Marquette's
spring football practice at a del deliberate
iberate deliberate rate.,

spoRrs CAR nwNERs.
rrhirrv,
Participate in Rallies, Trials,
Gymithanas
ISTHMIAN 'SPORTS
1 CAR cum
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, Friday, April IT
Tivoli INO011t. lintel Tivoil
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, Bob Ploroor,, Panama 2-11983
Sad Waishaar, Navy 2285

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fOUL BLOW--Mickey Mantle grimaced in pain as a foul.
ball bounced oft hit right big toe in an exhibitIon game with
the Detroit Tigers. The bruise kept the New York Yanktes1J
, famous slugger out of the next game against Cincinnati Iteds..li

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LDEIS IN FIELDING AVERAGES 4- '',r' Milwiluken, ,, although -Proprietor own. '. '' - 2 '' 1 CAR -cum ,' ::
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alub ,'"'",,, Pos. 4 G.. ,t11,0,. A. E. Ir.A. ', !W'hen 'Yankee Stadium 'opened rick, the Pitching,
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13'1- : ',... ,, I 21,-,e) 182,,,,i-41 35 i- ,'S -'..064 er, when a tight was held there, i ."And if you don't get the ,op-,. Senators have an abominable Wobblier, Navy 2285 ,.
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' All.,,11,:,B.A;,.Pewells'y; ; G.' All. W. ILA. 000. As a matter of fact, the 'art- with Del Webb and Dan Topping, about hitting. 1 can hit". Then ,,,s iry- i .:-..' .1:;,.',4,A .. ,, , I k',',i,
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young heavyweight '" :
- P ident Warren Giles Of the-Na Paid. general manager. said theY vv.", ostfrin PS All Abt 15 ao- ,
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,, MU champion 'scored hit third t :..,:;:k.:
victory in- teas than two 'inonths t ---43!:. v
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Otberswhich Is ,,thitt ,4 "It's news to me," Giles held general manager, foresaw more,
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league; club ,, no' longer can ,ba
I It ilwaukee When asked about, problems tor a -third league, if It
t It at the andent'fight club Monday f ,,,p.kk,
night when -he Avail ,awarded a -',f i:'.':., 2 di
split 10.round decision' over Billy I ,-. :-"'51 il
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Johnson, who Weighed ,1,1712 I : 1 1 ).4.t1:ii:?.!;:
4 ,, CLUB sArtipie r ii; of ,idefolitA,plans,,. pounds to -Hunter's 1.92,! was the
, Cincinnati and ,TimeS-Stat ball. He. said ha had not heard
Yankee Stidium, the IT -
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aszw4f.;',7-- Ail It H Hit 1.0111A PO' A 1 PA aggressor throughout. He moved
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00PYrigh1g Wry quoted Giles es 1
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ago,' iikcia a game with thfi Red. ent league troln eight te 10 sive to. Meet the present 'pension, or,wat more cauuous but' also v ,,, i77 ,.,;;, 344
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- ' ;.. ' batkit! wal.:Teady and the tesms: tspansio,!,1 ,six rounds, a.warded three to
132 or. Mre Timei st -- Babis dedietted it "with tthres;:

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; any,' ;tither;; park iii,, history., Bei -, -Au 41.,
fewer thai: 61 aerie: faints' 'have: ;1,1 -
been decided -there., even; th h
a'sivuttlawn? helhought, It wliiii4 take, about 10 spoils-St.', ra, and two still to be. antes at St. Nick's, Johnson- out- 1,1,1.1,:f0,41:i1;:k,i,,;,",:,;,,,,:,,,'
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,latlhe Polo Grounds ,. acrosa.,-4-he --Tie -I ripo' rt '' that 'bro' adcalter'
Y:rpr: e.froeyor, -,iiiire:thwpf.rrdo'blireeiggeunet .tole.abeglieosn aeThietiltedrepo:.71.'t.,- ;;;;.'id-r:03-- i-- -4,4., e,-,1., .; y0-: rk paoin njteimd mcyhaslaiediortestwaasndhisvett5ethr, ;T;.:,;..,:v41;ir,i,,If;;::7,.2.,;',.:,:'.:',';'s ,,,. ,, ,,, ,,,, '1 ':,....4,''';:'''!'''''if'i,:'1.:;: !;'''P:.4?444,,..il,,..,i,,::''.:1;;I:',:,.:',1,..'1';,,;:..,::,;',,.,,.:,...-,,,,,J;,:,';',4:1;144,4H;r7:74.:,4.1,:;:;:;74-, '-,--,4., ;
P ems of fmanc.:- team -,' would plaY at FlUsbtag victory in 16 pro bouts.:it was ,i'"1";"1.2;';g:e,:",' -.;.:,:,4';-;.,., 44::v...4-.0,::::;4,0.,,,,,,v::::::-.ot,,,,,,:;. -
ing,' players and other things 1', he Meadows in a new rrk built bY the sixth setback in 19 outings for 4:Dp':.,,liA,',,':,,.:,:,i:::,!:i::,.;:1;,$,,-,:,,1:?:::?.:f::IA.4:,4,,,n,:,y::.,::::,:,:4:;:.,,:,:,:.1":!:::7!..r,:,,...:-:.,i,.. ,,. 'di
the 'Bombers played home gimes ism ' ,,,' the Port Authority. t said linen- Hunter, who upset big Bob Baker L.:,::.,j4;;.qkizz,:m;':Z,,,,,,;,,,',;kQJzut..,,:;;;,,,,,,.L,,,im,,,mi4A,4;w,,..s;::,., t, -el '.
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theti.Arit Iwo pennanta II 1621- WI id backers for' group brought together by'' Wil- fOUL BLOW4N-Micke Ma t
y n le grimaced in pain al a fo .:
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, ball bounced oft his right big toe in an exbibitlen game will! .a.
It ,,-, -,, t ; the new league had 'pledged ',the ham Shew," chairman of the New i
:"-, ;-''' '''';'' :' ,';,' '' 4- '-'" money at a ;netting three weeks York City Mayor's Committee' ildie Arcaro Plans
Rects.1,
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yuch, Powelli'v 10 a '3' 2 400 43 36 n 11,,,, 28' 22 :2,..k.4,8 - -1,,' k:', '' ':-4, , t', ,,,,.
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4.83 :;."Ns, :.:4:'''' '',r7:'. 311AM'; lla.: (hInEA) 1.4iiisn't
, Troilus' pre-Florida,Derb yinjur- '-' at Jamaica.
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- cam Stable's Atoll, whom be pi- '",'. ,,.
, ... .... sN .............. .1',,. bett,or already plunked down his loted to an equally imoressive 1 -i r
' .:1',:6,04 "M::::',v 3., cStshhe pullect up ti$MebecaUse .4, 5, : triumph in last Saturday's Gotli- SATINA CARRIES YOUSMOOTHLY
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DALLAS, Tex'. (UPI) Betsy
Is, the brainy. belter from
,.--Spartanburg, S.C., was the No. 1
'''.,,"thoicti to pick up her fourth tour tour2.;;;Imment
2.;;;Imment tour2.;;;Imment title of the year in the
A0410,000 Dallas Civitan Women's
Shpen starting a four-day run
ursday.
to, Migs Revile, the tour's top meat,
ey winner, comes here fresh from
gc. her third conquest the Babe
4,4
Zaharias Open crown at lien lienmont,
mont, lienmont, Tex. as she opined the Iv Ivdies'
dies' Ivdies' summer swing in the same
positive pace that marked her
1 ITO along the winter tour.
Betsy won two of the seven
pegular winter tournaments and
,,, pocketed 94,679.02 before she
4't moved in on the Zaharias field to
'ialck up another $997.50 with a 71-
-73-215 for 54 holes.
1,14 Defending champion Mickey
u."141V,6,,,... right of Chula Vista, Calif., who
ii-4,15eat Bev Hanson in an 18-hole
miilayoff for the crown a year ago,
ust again be considered a
etrong contender here. Her long
drives have netted her 94,229.03
on the winter tour and helped her
to a fourth-place tie at Beaumont
last Sunday with Jo Ann Pren
lice.
, The course was reported in su su:,,perb
:,,perb su:,,perb condition, but forecasters
- said the tourney may be plagued,
by rain again as it has in each
year up to now.

INVITE DALAI LAMA
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
'Clifford P. Case (R-N.J.) has
: urged the administration to invite
Tibet's ousted Dalai Lama to visit
0 the UMW States as a gesture of
sympathy to Communist-plagued
Tibet

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;:'brate National Library Weett,
Jound wily seven customers
L' 'among 1.900 morning commuters.
t,
4
;(0,4.4 We don't read books," said
one grumpy traveler. "We write

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Apartments
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Throe bedrooms, two 'k
batbrooms, maid'a room, wash
tubs, garage, hot water. Olga
Etosabio A. Mora los
Avenue. El Carp. Enquire
apartment -No. 2.
FOR RENT: Fully furnished
bachelor apartment in residen residential
tial residential section. Phone 2-1460 of office
fice office hours. 3-1555 after 5.00.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom enactment and other
Mimes. Excellent residen residential
tial residential section. Available May first.
Tel. 3-4644.
FOR RENT: Vacation quar quarters
ters quarters ho Margarita May 5 to
June 29. Phone 3-2726.
FOR RENT: In "El Caner.
io." modern and attractive
one-bedroom apartment on top
floor, very cool, with hot water,
laundry iences, garage,
etc. PORTOFINO Building, No.
10, 68th Street. Information:
Apt. No. 3. Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
studio apartment, hot water lint linttallations
tallations linttallations with heater. elevator
service. Suitable for small fa families
milies families or offices. One includes a
new air-condition unit. "Edificio
Campo Alegre," Via Espaa. op opposite
posite opposite the Panama Hilton Hotel.
Telephone 3-1409. Ask for Alt AltMan.
Man. AltMan. FOR RENT: -- Modern said saidrant,
rant, saidrant, foe small family, $15.00
monthly. Phone 3-5245.
FOR RENT: Apartments at
It Conan:let two bedrooms,
living room, dining room, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, mairts room with bath bath,,room,
,,room, bath,,room, garage. Alberto Navarro
Street No. 48. Phono 2-2883.
00.00 furnished apartment.
Rehigerator, stove, everything.
North American neighbors.
Phone 2-3343 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Madan: dupla::
apartment, two bedrooms, hvo
balconies, beautiful residontial,
tonveniant bus-stop. Phone 3-
4994.
FOR RENT: Comfortable.
cool and choarful ono hadmom
apartment aultablo for a couple
or small family in Darion Strait.
For information call Panama
2-1455 during office hours. tr
3-1988 after.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom modern apartment,
, savage. MI conveniences 168
Via Belisario Parra,.
FOR RENT: Beautiful mo modern
dern modern 2 bedroom :Tomei with
maid's room. neat Hotel Pan Pan..
.. Pan.. anta.,Rhone 3-0702.
1 Commercial Sites
POR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
Wick, Urrac. corner Ave. Bal Ballo:wend
lo:wend Ballo:wend Federico Boyd. 82 aquas
mmrs, 8125.00. Call Penama
3-7038.

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MK INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personr el
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 38 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEBLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 2-4984 3-4988
All Types of Auto Insurance
'KEEPS THEM HAPPY
ALBANY, N.Y. (UPI) Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller, who won
a lot of vsmen voters with his
smile last Novenber, gave them
something more to love him for
Monday.
He signed a bill permitting life
insurance companies to lower
rates for women, because of their
greater life expectancy, by knock knocking
ing knocking three years off the age of
every woman insured.

Iutomobiles

- FOR SALE: STUDIEBAKER
TWO-TON CHASSIS DUTY
PAID AS IS WERE IS AT
HIGH-WEATHERLY ;TO H IGH.
I S T BIDDER. TELEPHONE
SHELL COMPANY.. PANAMA
24661. v
FOR SALE: --g 1951 V-8 2-door
Ford over drive. Call Cristobal
3-2420.
FOR SALE: 1955 Lincoln
Hard top, condition very good,
WS tires, power brakes, two twotone,
tone, twotone, radio, automatic transmis transmission.
sion. transmission. 83-5120. House 2213-8
Curundu.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
Deluxe powerglide, 2-d o r
sedan, radio, good condition.
Call 2-2188 after 5.00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Station Wagon, 32.000 miles.
$1,300 or best offer, cash or
terms. Balboa 2-4257.
FOR $ALE: 1955 Pontiac
Eight, 4-door Sedan, A-1 con condition,
dition, condition, single owner, 5800.00
(under bookvalue) Balboa 4436.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8
2 door Sedan, excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Call Balboa
2-3295.
Reckless Driving
Cosh David Dunn
$?,5 fond
David L. Dunn, 35, a U.S. citi citizen
zen citizen employed by the. Panama
Canal Co. and residing at An Ancon,
con, Ancon, was convicted of reckless
driving and fined $35 today in
Balboa Magistrate's Court
Dunn's appearance in court
was delayed more than three
weeks while he was hospitaliz hospitalized
ed hospitalized with injuries stistained in
the accident out of which the
charge arose.
Shortl befreinidnight on
March 21 Dund was heading
toward the Pacific side. driv driving
ing driving on the Gaillard Highway
just before it passes Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel locks. Me road takes a
double right-angle turn just at
the locks and there is a 20 mph
speed limit both before and af after
ter after the double turn.
Dunn, who was driving 50
mph, as he approached the
turn, said he was not familiar
with the section and his car
ploughed into the road guard.
The borrowed car was badly
datrutged and Dunn, who was
alone in the car, was hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized as a result of his own in injuries.
juries. injuries.
Judge John E. Deming re remarked
marked remarked that the case seemed
to be one of those borderline
drunken driving cases, but that
since the defendant had already
paid a heavy price for the error
he was adjusting the fine ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. Dunn was convicted of drunk drunken
en drunken driving in October 195'4
CalFERE WITH RHEE
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Gen.
Lyman L. Lemnitzer, U. S. Army
vice chief of staff, conferred Fri.
day with South Korean President
Syngman Rime. Lemnitzer, w h o
is touring military installations in
the Far East, is here on a five fiveday
day fiveday visit.
ON WINNING STREAK
NEW YORK (UPI) Veteran
jockey Eddie Arearo rode three
winners Tueuday at Jamaica to
raise his total to 13 victories in
four days.
6,0i
The New
C"
MKON
With built-id'NtTniversal
Viewfinder System
,
ittt:
- 1011.11160eilleo
Panama
Colt
10
TOO MANY CURVES
JOAO PESSAU, Brazil (UPI)
The local civil service commis commission
sion commission issued yesterday an order it
said wae designed to cut down on
loiterers and sight-seers in gov government
ernment government offices.
It directs girl employes not to
come to work in low-cut blouses
'or skirls that are cut to "enhance
the exuberance of curves."

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.1-lome Articles
FOR SALE: Admiral 60 cycle 9
cubic foot electric refrigerator
with sealed unit. New condition.
Phone Ft. Kobbo 2158 or Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2240 Monday t r u
,Thursday.
FOR SALE: Luxurious Rat Rattan
tan Rattan living room set Dining set.
G.E. refrigerator, porcelain..
New Magic stove. Phone 2-
.4431.
FOR SALE: Bamboo soctional
circular four seat settee, two
arm chairs and ono table. Can
be soon at Texaco (Panama)
Inc. office in front of Coca Cola
Bottling Co., 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 noon and 1:00 to 5:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: -- R.C.A. TV Con Console
sole Console in blonde finish, at half
price. Phone Panama 3-6961,
FOR SALE: -- We leave, must
gell bedroom set, gas stove and
erib. Cuba Ave. No. 40-50
apartment No. I!
FON SALE: Dining room set
including buffet $40.00. Girls
bike 26" $20.00 Four 612
wooden slat shades $2.00 oath
in very good condition and misc.
Balboa 2409. ,t
FOR ,SALE: MbholanY din dining
ing dining room set $75.00; 2 wicker
chairs $5.00; 2 metal night nightstands
stands nightstands $5.00; coil spring on legs
$10.00; Qttartermaster Bed
S14.00; 1953 Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $75.00; IBM Elec..
tric typewritter in good condi condition
tion condition $70.00. 324-X,' Culebra
Rd. Ancon.
FOR SALEt Beeiniful dining
room ,set, extension table, six
chairs, china closet, forge buf buffet..
fet.. buffet.. V75.00,4 other"' articles.
Cell 3-2735.,
' Patific;-'Softball
1.
,.. ,-,,ot,,,, ,, .,e-,
,,,...:, ask. !ilia
,,
',,, ',a' "9 Voa 9 ue ,s,;. ;,.
.,, ,..,.
SEORGS,-,SINCLAIR
SECOND HAL9 STANDING
Teams' W L Pct. Gh
Abernathy Unis. 1 .875
Jantsen Maduro .700 1
Cerveceria P.L. 5 3 .625 2
Mandel() Ambask 3- 9 .250 6
Glud Mariners 2 3 .200 6
--
Mariners Edge Ambassadors
In a game of extra base
blows the Glud mariners bunched
six homerS together to edge out
he Ambassadors, 10 to 9.
Behind the pitching of Ed Moi,
rell, the Ambassadors got things
started in the fist inning on a
walk to Corey and Atkins' homer
to keep left field. The Mariners
took over in their half of the first
when Mahom walked Morrell sin singled
gled singled to center. Mahon was thrown
out at third as he tried to stretch
oat Morrell's hit. Wight doubled
to score Morell, Hobbie was sage
at first in shortstop Corey's bad
throw to first, allowing Wight to
score. Kelly homered to right
field, to put the Mariners out in infront,
front, infront, 4 to 2.
The Ambassadors moved out in
front again in the fourth with four
runs, but the Mariners came back
in their half to take away the
lead as Edwards singled, Mahon
walked, Morrell doubled to .score
Edwards. Skala tripled to score
Mahon and Morrell with the tying
runs and Hobbie homered to left
scoring Skala ahead of him.
The Ambassadors added one
more in the sixth. Herrera dou doubled
bled doubled and Spradlin tripled to score
Herrera. The Mariners f ought
back-with homer to right by Bux Buxton.
ton. Buxton. The Ambassadors In a seventh seventhinning
inning seventhinning attack, tallied tWo runs on
Russell's single, Hardin's double
and Morrell's three consecutives
wild pitches.
Morell tightened up and strwk
ont Spradlin and got Haney to end
the game on a grounder.
Atkins and Herrera got two hits
aprece to lead the Ambassadors,
attack, while Morrell got three hits
in four trips for the Mariners.
The box more:
MAURKI0
AbRHOA
1 1 0 2 0
4 2 2 3 ,2
0 0 5 0
3 1 1 0.2
3.2 2 11
, 3..2 1 01
4 0 2
3 1.1 01
3 1'1,5 0
Corey, as
Atkins, 3b
Russell, lb
Hardin, p
Herrera, lf
Spralin, et
Haney, 2b
Rohm rf
Mitchell, a
'' i MAIO MARINERS ,
Totals 28 8 8 18 1
Mahon, 21) 2 1 0 2 0
Morrell, p 4 2 3 1 1
Wight, as 2 1 1 2 4
Skalla, e 3 1 1 4 2
Hobble, ef 4 2 1 8 0
Kelly, 3b 3 1 '1 1 1
Buxton, lh 3 1 1 9 0
Edwards, If 3 I 1 1 0
Fish, rf 2 0 0 1 0
Totals 27 9 9 21 8
Seem by Innings
Ambassadors .200 410 2-- 8 8 2
Mariners : 400 510 x-10 S 2
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Misc. lioneous
FOR SALR:,,-- $ervel kerosene
refrigerator top freezer. Call
-2-3147 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALEs. Riding hours with
English uddle. Call -Balboa
3028. t
FOR SALE: ROSES: Evart Evartthing
thing Evartthing you need for them. Roses
Mfg. Os, agents, Melo b Cis.
Ltda., Ave B and Rio Maio.
FOR SALE; Piano S175,
Bendix automatic washing ma machine
chine machine $125, Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $60,Venetian blinds
$28. Balboa 2-4257i
FOR Colorful mei.,
furniture; 2 complete dental
operating rooms; 2 extra dental
instrument cabinets; 1 metal
desk and clsair; complete slants!
laboratory equipment; 2 safak;
2 filing cabinets; 5 fant;.. all in
excellent condition; prefesional prefesionally
ly prefesionally appraised. Call Cristobal 3-
1664 l8 to noon. 2-5 P.M.).
Cristobal 3-3229 evening. Can
be seen Room 11 Masonic
Temple.
FOR SALE: 4.-- Building 7019
Mount Hop, Canal Zone., Tel.
3-2470.f Crofton's table saw
and Jointer (Mounted olt Port Portable
able Portable (Addis. many: accessories)
$175.00. Solid mahogany ,bed:-
room set five pisces (Including
vanity with very large mirror)
with beautyrest Box spring seta
mattross $200.00. W It hout
Beautyrest Box spring and mat mattress
tress mattress but with coiled spring
$125.00. Solid Phillipine ma mahogany
hogany mahogany and Rattan office desk
& Rattan chair $110.00. Doubli
drop leaf table $80.00. Dining
room table and five chairs
$85.00. 1952 Westinghouse
Laundromat' Spar motor, clutch,
pump $100.00. De not tall be.
'wean 7:00 p,m. and 9:00 p.m.
Corpentor's metal tool box with
lock $3.00. Child's Scootsr
$2.011,' E lot electrical fixtures
,$5 0.'1 lot plumbing fixtures
$5.00k41 work bench with wood
'jilt,- Obi machinist vise $5.00;
-73'001 drawl, partcchest Joach
kte drown, 04 compartment' $5.00.
'112 motat horses $5.00: 11 Gaso Gasoline
line Gasoline 5 'blade lowst'movor mo motor
tor motor good needs drivo Asia
(as is), $10.00.
FOR SAM -- 1-4 h.p. 60 cycle
motor with air own for aqua aquarium
rium aquarium or other purposes. 45 rpm.
11.C.A. record, changer. Balboa
3156.
FOR SALE: One "RHEEN"
20 Gal. Hot water heater in por-
fact condition. You may too it at
Calla 33 Est No. 4-11 Panama.
FOR SALE: Stradivarius Av.
aordion 120 basa liks new $100.
Talephont daytims Mary, 2207
night-2480.
POE SALE: Juks box. slot
machine. olectric drill 1-2"
cylinder borin bar an hones.
make an offer., To hyphen
boa' 2-4319.
FOR SALE: Giel's bicyclo
IV; Scooter, Hormel '42000"
portable typewritter. 'Balboa,
1486.
FOR SALE: Electronic Flash
'Holland Strobonar with Pro ProPack,
Pack, ProPack, V5.00. Balboa 201.
FOR SALE: Heavy July, moo,
4.0 tal bending machine, perfect for
, metal shaping companies,' origi original
nal original cost $2,000. Asking SSW.-
00 for quick sale. Terms avail available.
able. available. Call Panama 3r6121 to
arrange to see this machine.
FOR SAM Golf clubs;
ladies shoos 712, chair, aka
man 955.00; radio-record-player
wkh diamond needle; Frigi Frigitioito,
tioito, Frigitioito, 9o. oldi matchstick
blind; mahogany buffet; chairs,
pillows, lamps, records, beds
and mattroes. Talephona Bal.
boa 1309.
Like new Dryer 110-220, 13 Ft.
Freezer 59 model Hi-Fi. Please
Call 86-4113.
FOR SALE: -- Apex washing
machine. refrigerator. Call 9 to
' p.m. 2-1733 5341-A Diablo.,
FOR SALE: --, Hardman Peck
piano. excellent condition; nto ntoderately
derately ntoderately priced. Phoni Balboa
,. 4476, House 2268-k 'Carr
Street.
Sports Briefs
SION FOR ROUT
HOLLYWOOD (1.1PI)-0, Art
Aragon of Los Angeles has ,been
matched with i.loe Miceli of New
York for a 10-rotmd bout in Rol.
lywood's Legion Stadium, April
25. Miceli scored a decision in a
1955 meeting between the two
welterweights.
York for a 10-roUidgii ii' Vol:
lywood's Legion Stadium, April
25. Miceli scored a decision in a
1955 meeting between the two
welterweights.
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COMPETES IN TOURNEY)
NEW YORK (UPI) Barbara
Romack, 8954 national amateur
women's champion who recently
turned professional, will compete
in the seventh annual Traingle
round robin golf tournament at
Summit, liLt JIM 3-7.. ,'

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FOR SALli-;-Loto soo sea 1.000:,
mete la the Nuevo Hipadresse
Urbanixatioa -across the Romeo
Racetrack. AO lots with street
ftentL lewiltio. water male and
electricity. Call W, hicilarnett.
Tel. 4-0976;
FOR SALlb---Lot 1,066 smuts
meters in Also best location of
' La Crests, situated lootseon "V"
Street and now mutat. For infor information
mation information alone call Tel. 2-2170
from I a.m. to 12 noes and from
2 cm. to 5 'Amt.
FOR SALE: .-, 2 houses in
Chorrers. Make offer. Las Ame Americas
ricas Americas Street No, 4177 Small
house has garage.
FOR SALE: Comfortable
country home completely fur furnished;
nished; furnished; 4735 sq. motersof land;
excellent water and. Kohler 1 K.
electric plant; new refrigerator
etc; ats Comma Beach, 50
miles from Panama City; $3,000.-
00. Also s'imi lar home at Coro Coronado
nado Coronado Beach for $3,50000. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-4924 pt 3-6376,
Panall 111 City. '1
1
FOR SALE: AKC Cocker
Spaniel puppies blonde 6' laivon
Call Panama 4-4678.
DOGS and CATS: Train than:
with "Dog Chock Mato Ci
Ltda., B Ave. and Rio Altaic'
FOR SALE: -- Wire Foxier-,
'pier puppies, AKC reeistered.
Best for children do mot 'shed
hair. 2249 Carr 'Street, Balboa.
POij)-,R4ie:,,..
piozo,',.,(.i'0.0
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A large crovvd 'of pe9Ple Attend Attended.
ed. Attended. the draglactie at.,PanOra 'sir
strip last;Sunday.'An estimated 65
automobiles svers 'Present with 34
as active participants in being
clocked for the 1-4 znile and also
drag racing in gtroups two 1.1,r,
three cars.
The mosl outstanding 'race of
the day took plate between a 1938
Plymouth, a 1939 Oldsmobile and
a 1952 Pontiac. To everyone's.sur everyone's.surprise,
prise, everyone's.surprise, the plymouth crossed ,, the
finish line barely a bumper'S
lenglt ahead of the other two
Carl.
Results of the day's clocidng
the 14 mile run are as follow:
Name, type of vehicle and time.
Henderson, '13 Corvette end
18.0 Seconds '-
Driver unknown, '57 'Pontiac,
Con. 17.9 Seconds
A 1-C Prestm, '55 Chevrolet,,
18.0- Seconds
Williams,' '55 Buick Conv, (mo (modified)
dified) (modified) 13.0 Seconds
Deinosea, Mercury, engined
'Homemade convertible (modif (modified)
ied) (modified) 18.0 Seconds (-
Mira. Jewell, '58 Pontaic 18.0Sec
'onds
Huff, '57 Ford Station Wagon
18.1 Seconds
Ramirez, '58 Austih Healey
Conv.-18,1 Seconds
A-1C Taylor, '56 Austin Healey
Cow,. 18.3 Seconds
A-1C Senter '56 Chevrolet 18.4
Hockman '58 Austin Healey
1Conv 18 4 Seconds
&Amato, '57 Lincoln Cony. 18 7
Seconds
Mclivaine '59 Porsche, 18.9 Sec Seconds
onds Seconds S-Sft. Jewell, '56 Pontiai 19.0
Seconds r ,-
Pellegreen, '55 Oldsmobile, 19.8
Seconds -,','
Secondi
SP4 Paget, TriunvphlT11-2 19.8
Seconds
SP-5,,Bryan '54 Buick ,Converti ,Convertible
ble ,Convertible 19.7 Seconds
Griggs, '56 Thunderbird, 20.1
Seconds
Edwards, '55 Buick, 20.1 Sec Seconds
onds Seconds Edwards, '55 Buick, 20.1 Sec Second
ond Second s
SP-5 Shaw '55 Packard, 20.i
Seconds
Woo, '57 Ford Convertible 110.9
Secinds
De to Torre '49 rord rake21 0
M,rs. Bryan '54 Buick Conver Convertible
tible Convertible -2t.2 Seconds
A-1C Joyce '49 Chevrolet 12144
Seconds
Suazo, '55 Plymouth 211 Sec-,
A-1C Taylor, '50 Plymouth, 22.0
Seconds
,kmato, 159 Opel, SeeA-3C
tertian, '51 rord Cower Cowertible,
tible, Cowertible, 22.2 Seconds ,
W. Hurst '59 Opel,' 22.8 SecSp-4
Willi '22 Pontiac', 2311 Sec Sec,
, Sec,
T-Sgi Hays '38 Plymouth, 23.4
PFC Irons '39 Oldmobilt, 24.3 Sia0.
onds
SP-4 Caldwell '50 Ford 28.4 Sec Seconds
onds Seconds 'rhree motorcycled! ParticPated
and the followingIlmes were re recorded:
corded: recorded: A-1C krnold, 184
G,, Laatz,, Tritimph, 18.4
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- ALCOHOLICS 'ANONYMOUS ,,
, DRAWER "Au. DIABLO
BOX 121t. CRISTOBAL, C.7.
- PHONE BALBOA 3709
B0fs..,0M0.-t.'i'.'::.:
fOR SALE: Jobasoo 15 with
new power hood. Also 14 ft.',
beat Rehired '25 owl
trailer: Call 2-34176-'
FOR SALE: 55 foot ikdnip
boo-. Al dad fully equip:, -4
'- port, 2 years hi Original coat f
' $42,000 sacrifict for $25,-;
: 000 Write "Shrimp Boat"
Box 542 Panama'.
FOR SALE: 14 foot runabout,
fireglassed plywood Remots
control trailer Convertiblo,
top, windshield $30000. Phone
Balboa 6184.,
IWonted Position I
Spanish Lady desirea position as
housekeeper tor couple or 4
one ,parson. Call Cecilia: Tel..'
phous 1-1175 7.00 to 9.00
INVESTOR'S
GUID,E
1
By SAM SHULSKY
(Author, 'Stock Buying Guido'
and 'Investing for Rotirtmonti
Q. We are in our late 50s, with
life insurance, savings, five ArT.
and T. and $15,000 -coming Irom
sale of real estate': realize 4trom,
what 4coteve said, ,that,c11,amo. Ito
old for mutual fund, but would
like to Understand how 'they
work.f '
A3 think you Inliunderiteodini
oweentual funds; You aro novest
old, 10 Own mutual ftind shareso
At 59 'you ire too old to begin It
long-term program of buying
these shares if you buy shares in
le fund which calls for prepayment
of part:tit-lbe-10:40ars'-oqomotWtton4
dufbittbe firttitearand,
you' tont' intent ,-"010,1111fg
for the full 10 years.
You could, however, make a
lump sum purchase of mutual
fund shares -at any, time, paying
only commissions which apply to
the shares you are acquiring. (
A mutual fund is simply, a
large pool of invested capital into
winch ,anyone can buy and share
in accordance with the amount he
Puts ia
,
You shotild, talk Over your pro program
gram program with a reputable broker-and
consider several plans which are
aiimed at providing fair income
with safety of principaL
Q. am middle, aged ith some
money to' invest for retirement,
Some of my ,friends tell me to buy
mutuals'0 others, department
stores.; still ethers, utilities or
growth stocks. 'This is all, very
confusing to an amateur.
A. Well, it ,isn't easy. But that
doesn't 3nean you can't, use com common
mon common sente.
If you waht to leave the in,
vesting entirely to others, spend,
a little tithe looking over some,
mutual fimds and then start ac acnuiring
nuiring acnuiring those shares on a month monthly
ly monthly basis. If you are. still 15 to 20
years 'away, fronuretirement,' you
should aim at a, growth fund --
one which 'would stress apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of capital. Don't be rushed
into buyiog- any fund. If you start
tomorrow, or ,next week or next
month it won't make much dif.t
ference in 10 years' fime,'
Now,' if you, want to start,. Se Sequirini
quirini Sequirini stocks in corporations-Airectly,
you've got to discuss ,your
program with a few brokerage,
firms, select one; and then begm
buying harts on some:, regular
basis. t ,
I am sending you a list of be becurities..
curities.. becurities.. Talk,them over with a
broker- and then decide whother
you want to buy' them -or lcmu lcmutual
tual lcmutual fund. Id any 'event, don't take
leave of your common sense ,--
even though this ,may, Sound
complicated, end doyt rush.,
-9. How safe lire mutual funds?
I've,- never botight stocks .before.
kit now am seriously, considering'
We have some matured 7 E
botids 2 which, we' thing should be'
cash but, would have to yak a
taiwIeginning this, year,: we !late
declaring $1,000 loss because 'titan
unsuccessful business ,'venture,',ti.
;( 1,
mutnel time beids storiks
in anywhere from a dozen t more'
than a hundred 'corporations., The
fund's stock, is, therefore ai,saft
as the Securities it holds ss assets."
In the last IS years, there ;Bowl
been to my knowledge ,-r no' mu mutual
tual mutual fund failure. They Jim gone
up in price, gone down;, 0, paid
higher' dividends, lower fividends.
But over all, they have shown rew
markable
t' On ,your second que'stioni If you
have a business loss you tan take
if off against- your income' taxes
and thus' offset' the gain' on. the
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Transpert Trucks.' Tractors., legs r
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AdrOc' ate Ribestoa 3.33b
Allegheny Corp it1213
'Aluminiuto Ltd 294,
t Amer,Cyanamid 53't,
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IN401'ett, Xvt,ors 3514
Amer Tel and Tel 252 t
Anaconda -.Copper t 6714
Arkansa s Fuel 35
AVCO Mfg 1414 to 4'
Beth Steel 524
Bettinger C6rp 911
Bicroft Uranium 87b
British 'Pet t 74
Burroggits 44
Canadian Eagle 7b
Cerro -de Pasco 44
Chicago Great West 49b
Chrysler oa
Cities Service 594
Coastal Carib ,
,Colgate Palmolive 1004

Chrysler
Cities Service 394
Coastal Carib
,Colgate Palmolive 1004
Creole, Pet 344fi 4)
Srown Cork and Seal 373t
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 4tb
Du-Pont 231 1
' El Paso ',Natural Gas 38
irairchild Engine
Fargo Oil 6
Felmont, Pet 6
Greneral Dynamies , .61b
General Electric 81
General MOtors 46
General Plywood ,
Gulf' Oil
Harsco Steel 1
Hayden Newport 174i I,
Imperial Oil 4414
Intl Pet 39
Lorillard
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Pancoast al 41s
PPstairitteIpsereaelOil 11.1:128 :(1
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RCA 5914
Reynolds Metal VIA '1
Royal -Dutch Shell 471,11
San -,,tatinte 1101Alb
Shell Transp 19,
Signal Oil and Gals 2914
Sinclair 6444 .t
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Pancoastal
Pan Israel ,,
Pantepec Oil
Phillips' Pet
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man who Shot the commandant of
the Vatican's Swiss Guards will',
be turneover to Italian courts,
for trial, -Vatican' sources said
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cpuld, --Ate4 ,tried.; the' Vatican
Emir th shooting OS KC I
'soil, but rt, bad detided tio)1
let dtailaniauther ea' handle ths
case, they,'Said. ,. ," ,,.,,,t 4 ,,
, Col. Robert-M011st, the vktint,
Watt recovering titi,,a.hospital from
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bullet I. wotmtirint lie neck and
back suffered, tti,,,n1Rucker fired
two .!sitotC.Iifliiiiv4".'i? rat's
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from a concussion, cute and a bul--
let wound in the- leg.. ,, ti it, ,1' f
4 'rho guards said Rucker ; shot
Nuenlitst in an t argument over.
whether' Rucker should be, rein reinstated.
stated. reinstated. Rs was dismissed a yew
ego beesole et spilepri, '

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NEW YORK Apr. 16 (UPI) --
The Steel industry yesterday re.
jected a proposal by the United
Steelworkers of America that a
new contract call for a price
freeze and a wage increase based
on productivity earnings.
In a letter to David J. McDon McDonald,
ald, McDonald, president of the USW,. the
industry said it would be "illegal"
for individual companies to agree
on 'a price freeze.
The letter, signed by 12 leading
steel companies, also laid the
union't suggestion that a wage in increase
crease increase based on output per man manhour
hour manhour and an indease incompany
earnings was "wholly unaccent unaccentable."
able." unaccentable." The industry's reaponse came 48
hours after McDonald made his
proposals at a news conference in
New York, following a meeting of,
the union's 33-man executive com committee.
mittee. committee. Last Friday, the 12 steel com companies
panies companies proposed a wage freeze for
a onepyear period ending June 30,
1960, and indicated that a freeze
on wages svould lead to a freeze
on prices.
, McDenald required only a fesv
minutes to reject thsat proposal
4111 a "publicity itunt." ile cout

Your body Clean. etrr'excesti acids
and poisonous wastes in your blood
through millions of tiny delicate tubes
or filters in the kidneys, When germs
invade these delicate tube. and irri irritate
tate irritate the bladder Maligns; you suffer
from, the dincomforte resulting from
these infections. then you feel Old.
tired, nervous and Millirem& Try
Cystex and get effective relief 'n
these ailments. Cystex combate
germs, cleans out excess acids from
kidneys and bladder and moothes irri irritated
tated irritated tiesues. tor Cystex from
your druggint today and Joe howf
Much better and happier you will feel
swat& Get Cyst from Your druggist.

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No Cause for Worm

ered with his propoSed pile e
freeze 'during the term of any
agreement reached.
The current-year contract in the
industry expires at mid-night on
June 30.
In response to McDonald's sug suggetion
getion suggetion that the' start of negotia negotiations
tions negotiations be moved up to May 4 from
May 18, the companies said
they were prepared to bargain
with the umon at ,any tline. They
said they would agree to an ac acceleration
celeration acceleration of 'the bargaining talks.
On the subject of a price freeze,
the companies argued that prices
were "outside the scope. of cul cullective
lective cullective bargaining; and, fursher furshermore,
more, furshermore, 'as you and your counsel
pkrthur J. Goldberg) must know,
it would he completely unlawful
the steel companies to
agree aninng themselves or vvith
your union ma- the prices to be
charged for steel 'products."
The companies were referring
to the' anti-trust laws which are
designed to vrevent collusion of
'any kind, at- to prices, markets s
and other competitive factors:
"We do not intend' now or in
the future to bargain or to have
4ny understanding with you on
'this subject," thc letter said.
t The companies also said the'Y
refused to commit themselves now
to increased wages on the basia
of productivity and profitt.
'"We must ,certainly do not in intend
tend intend to enter the bargaining on
the 'basis that there shall be any
linens se ,in 'wages ,br-,other bene benefits.
fits. benefits. To ,,the 1 contrary,' our firm
conviction la that there should be
no such 'increase.," ,

Athens (UPI)-41, Gen. George
kivas, leader of. the,' pro-Greek
Eoka undergr,oundt organization
that fought the, Bri ish in Cyprus,
has-accepted an invitation from
a Greek-American organization to
visit the United Sta'os for' three
Months. Grivas said he would de decide
cide decide tho date of the visit latec.,

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3:00 CFN NEWS
3:18 Dinah Shore
3:3IY Chrlatophert
4:011 It Could Be You
4:30 Mr:. lArizerd
5:00 GUESS WHAT
5'3A PANORAMA
7:00 Go I Shoit

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COO 'Trouble with rather
S:30 Spade Cooley
910 Price Is Right
10:00 Fight of The Week
11:00 CPN NEWS
11;15 Inc: The King and The
Choms Girl.

' Courtesy or APr011iaa Panama AirwaSI
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057-3-1698-3-1699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 cm. to 6 p.m.

NoW ON A TWO-WEEK PERIOD OF ACTIVE myry with the
Chaplain's Section, UkS. Army Caribbean:at Fort Amador, ts
Army Reserve Chaplain (Maj.) Francis J. Fish, assigned to St.
Vincent's Missiork in the Gatun Parish. While On active sluty
Fish, right, has' been working 'closely with Chaplain (Col.),
Silas E. Decker, chaplain for USARCARIB, in developing the
Character Guidance Program. Fish comes from Tony, New
York, and was commissioned in, the Chaplain's Corps, U.S.
Amy in 1944. Whoa he was released from active duty in 1958
he was assigned to the Southern Area Command, USARPUR,
at Stuttgart. Germany, During World War II he served with
the 34th Division in Italy.---(U.S. Ariny Photo)

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, : ,1HA-rRe you r17 '. i-nui LauGHING AT THE - :, WRONG' : 4 jected a proposal by the United Agreement reached. York, and was commissioned in, the Chaplain's Corps, U.S. :.-:.
- ' '" c LAUGHINGISO "THE FUNNIES FUtsit41E'l' 141:Hr '',. .,LAUGH6. FUNNAIESTTE. ,,I J, :EVEMERYBODY."I 6A1C);. ., steelworkers of America that a l The current-year contract in the Amy In 1944. Whoa he was released from active duty -in 1953 !.
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41' i ''''' ''''.':. HE'S kor.1 AMUCK AND CHARGEDTHE 'IC - :" 1- 19 IT I :HELP me To coNcep4k. CREATE A FAVORABLE on wages ivould lead to a free,ze 2,11,d other competitive factors: , ,,
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This weather report for the 24
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prepared by the Meteorological
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Panam Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURB:
High 92 83
' Low 77 76
HIMIDITT
High .; 91 92
LOW 57 84
WIND:
(max. mph) N-19 NE-25
AAIN (inches) 0 .67
4 WATER T17,MP:
(inner harbors) 74 82

, LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.53
Madden Dam 224.16

BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, 'APRIL 17
HIGH
Time Ht.
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THEY'LL' BE MS-TRESSED DAMSELS.Tho ibc14albot sisters smile braiPely 't St.
Joseph, Mo., beauty shop. They' shotved up for roam hair boh. Left to right are, front,
Patty, 8; Freda, 0, snd Margaret,' II; rear ,I8: Gertrude,' 15t snd Theresa, IS. Their
mother. Mrs. Anthony Talbot, says, "Loni bair PrettIP; but It's just, toe much troubla.1'
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LONDON, Attril bICUPI)--The ful thinking en-the nartsetthikBrit.; -.
United States will retain leadership ish press behind this speeulationev ,.
of the '' western alliance despite ,,,,Tbey pointed out that :because -of ..
John Foster Dulles' departurefrom Its Inilitary'poWer alone,the United I
the active political scene,regpon- States 'can., hardly help, remaWing
sible western tiplomats.:4redieted' the Illominant ,foresh, Inside.' the 'en 1
today, ,, -- -,A. -:'''-,,-.'. westerII-alliance., But Macmillan, '
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tmarn stoterpliayamaind eMveanemmilloaren lims pocerr: elle. -.
tent role than in the pest in deter- throw the weight of his advice and
mining western policY,; experlenceinto the west'svouncils
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The announcement o Dulles, res-
disclosed two months' ago many ISnatirm was a heavy Illowto Eti ..
British .nowspapers a s slo med 'rope.,,,oxpeeted thoughlt vas. .2-,
Macmillan, would assume his It made black banner headlines' '.
mantle ai the west's thief in nesSpews .from' one end et ', 4
spokesinem Macmillan's flying western Europe I the othed..fu;1 ..
peace missions to Moscow and roeaanotatesmon hastened tome. 1; '''.,'
later to Paris, Bonn and Wash. floss their' deevregratt...amentl ' ;
ington added fuel to this specula.' 'them Macmillin, Britishlorolen" ., t,
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However, Informed iiiplomats be- Gorman chancellor Konrad Adero.'.
lieve there was -considerable wish.: ,. mow; Frencl9wemlerNkhei Dei il
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Officials Honor Fi
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.- WASHINGTON, April 16 (UPI)U.S. officials honored Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro, today with alunch alunchgion
gion alunchgion at which acting Secretary of State Christian Herter was host.
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However. one of his aides said he would receive som e callers bear ths luncheon to dlsoula soon-onllo:rn' atterC,

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:',:.1711----0 aide said they would be industrial or financial people.
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" "'""t Castro slept at the Cuban Embassy until after,8 eon today following a wild reception by' hisedmirereepon hit
arrival at the airPort last night. ,
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Castro's first day in Washington opened with a beautiful- cool' sunny morning The embassy-where:he-slept
.
' !Was quiet in the early hours. Only two policeMen were visible, one in front and one in back ofthe gray stone struc.
, ,,
, '-'n 'tire on a hilltop in a fashionable part of the city. Other policemen wors tn several scout ears parked nearby how
kir
' over, just in case of emergency. ,
,
' At LOS am a servant opened the stead strode 50 feet-outside the se- partmem had received, before dictator Tulgencio Batista en' New
- los
:- ienibassY door and picked up curity cordon to a fence which Castro arrived, telephone calls Year's Day.' hopes to win: better
)!Iewspapers. At 8:15 a.m. two em- rimmed the airport tamp se that threatening him. US understanding .for4 his govern govern''
'' govern'' '' .phassy aides arrived to begin prep- he could shake hands with some of Castro was scheduled to remain ment. '.
4
' ,arations for the day. the 500 admirers who had given in Washington through Monday, He also 11881;21d he, will seek
0. A. group of spectators began to I him a resounding ovation on ar- when he will begin a swing loans and &larger share of .. this
- Xorm across the street from the rival. through other United States cities. country,'s suaarquota,
2t embassy about 8:30 a.m. Most of Police had kept most of the ad- He came to the United States at The bearded prime minister,
'' them were residents of large a- mirers behind the low fence. the invitation of the American So- dressed in,his fame f
, s army a a,'
,' a,' :tartments nearby which are popu- Protection was even tighter ciety of Newspaper Editors, whose Neve-uniform, was welcomed by
' r dwellings for g o v e rnment than when Soviet deputy prime annual convention opened here to- SOO well-wishers whert:he arrived
. minister Anastes Mikoyan was day. He is scheduled to address 'In a British-made Britannia let let,
, let, prop of Cubanel Airlines last
' ,7forkers. ,. eh re. This was because the Cu- them tomorrow. ..
4 "1 'Vice kept the group across tee
ban embassy and the State De- Castro, whose' forces overthrew night., ,
' 'street as they had done last night
Castro,' speaking in Z n 11 ish
, when Castro arrived, tit ,
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' Castro had defied his secu y scarcely above a whisper, said at
- ' guard last night by bolting out Escaped Gunmen Hijack Airliner the airport he hoped 'his unofficial
visit would create -better 'under
' of the embassy front door and a- IP
, A standing between Cube and the
' cress the street to greet the
United States. He has 'criticized
, ,' ;.erewd that stood there to. see Force Pilot To Continue To Miami this country fora:4111g ton friendly
Adm.
' ',..lt was the second time he had t
it,s:vhAeStryaththti:inastate.millbsallswYillaiodmsahelidohinadSbeePtlenrns
,: ;woken through his security protec- .--- 0 ----
; ton The first was at the airport
MIAMI, April 1.13(UPI)--Four Sanchez, 36, Boland, V, and Jo Jo'
' Jo' ihortly. after his ,arrival when he'
were, "verY nice people and nice
r refused to be guided into the lim. Cuban men---three of them claim- sus, 25.
ing to have escaped from rebel fir- The three brothers said they es- reporters.,
' 1 'busine waiting for him, and in ininff
inff ininff soundshi-lacked a Cuban air- caved recently from La Cabana

MIAMI, April 16(UPI)Four
Cuban men--three of them claim claiming
ing claiming to have escaped from rebel fir firing
ing firing squadshijacked a Cuban air airliner
liner airliner at gunpoint today and forced
the pilot to land in Miami.
The Aerovias Q C46 with 19 pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, four of them Americans,
was enroute from Havana to the
Isle of Pines about 50 miles south
of the'Cuban mainland.
None of the passengers was
harmed.
Dr. Domingo Acosta, a Havana
lawyer and one of the passengers,
said the four men got out of their
seats and pulled pistols some 10
minutes after the twin-engine plane
left the airport at Havana.
"Anions who moves wo will
kill," Acosta quoted tho mon as
saying.
The armed men told the pas passengers
sengers passengers to remain quiet in their
seats and then two of them walked
into the pilors compartment.
The armed men ordered the pi pilot
lot pilot to fly to the Dominican Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. but 'Delgado protested he did
not have enough fuel for the trip.
The hijackers then ordered the
plane flown to Miami.
As soon as the airliner landed,
police swarmed around it and re refused
fused refused to let anyone off. Later the
passengers, including 15 Ctlban na nationals,
tionals, nationals, were impounded in the a abandoned
bandoned abandoned customs headquarters at
the old 36th Street terminal of the
airport.
A half dozen FBI and 'immigra 'immigration
tion 'immigration agents questioned the pilot
and the four hijackers.
The hijackers were identified
as Leandor Serrate, a S3yearold
former army corporal from Sim,
son, Cuba,- and three brothers,
former Sgt. Alfredo Maion y

partment had received, before dictator Tulgencio Batista en' New
Castro arrived, telephone calls Year's Day.' hopes to win: better,
threatening him. US understanding .for'his govern governCastro
Castro governCastro was scheduled to remain ment.
in Washington through MondaY, He also bas 'salt be, will seek
when he will begin a swing loans and &larger' share of this
through other United States cities. country,'s sugar luota,'
He came to the United States at The boarded prime minister,
the invitation of the American So- dressed in,his, famous army fa faciety
ciety faciety of Newspaper Editors, whose tiptoe eniform, was -welcomed by
annual convention opened here to- SOO well-wishors whenhe arrived
day. He is scheduled to address In a British-made Britannia let letthem
them letthem tomorrow. prep of Cubanal Airlines last
Castro, whose forces overthrew night.,
, Castro,' speaking in It Ili ish
scarcely above a whisper, said at
Hijack Airliner, the airport he hoped 'his unofficial
visit would create 'better under understanding
standing understanding between Cuba and the
United States. He has criticized
mtinue To Miami this country fonbeing toe friendly
to Batista.,
At the embassY'-he said SPon SPonish
ish SPonish that Ms welcome had been
genehez, 26, Boland, V, am! "very.fine!' He said his greeters
sus, 25. were, "verY nice people and nice
The three brothers said they es- reporters!'
,
caned recently from La Cabana

senchsa, 36, Roland, V, and Je- "very. fine.' He said his greeters
sus, 25. were, "verY nice people and nice
The three brothers said they es- reporters."'
caped recently from La Cabana
fortress, a big prison near Havana tHOIA I HAndi
where hundreds of suspected war n
crirninala are held.
Comedy Scheduleil
Rolando said he was sure they 1,
or may 4Week
would have been executed had they r
not escaped.
"A Hole in the Head,' Arnold
The four carried hvo .45 caliber chidmovo comedy n in
hearsal at The Theatre Guild, was
ow re reautomatics
automatics reautomatics and a .38 caliber re revolver.
volver. revolver. warmly by the critics when it
opened on Rmadway in Februm
After preliminary interrogation 1957.
it the airport, they were taken to
a jail in downtown Miami. Inlm 41 IN,

Felipe! Isijingok
Catherine Powell
Dies in Herta

20, who lived most at her life on
the Isthmus, died April 1, just
eight days after the birth of a
so,n, it has been learned here.
she was the wife of Car! A. Po Powell
well Powell of 4445 Shore Drive, Norfolk,
Va. and the daughter of Mrs. C.
D. 'Cheek of Arvin, Calif. She is
also survived by a yoiniger bro brotiler,
tiler, brotiler, Douglas, and a sister, Mi Mirette
rette Mirette Gibbs, of Benson, Aris.
Mrs. Powell was born in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. She wat graduated
from Cristobal Hie School in 1957
and has studied at Barnes Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. During her residence on the
Zone, she was active In church
affakl, the Caribbean College
Olub's Penny' Socials, and be belonged
longed belonged to the lionerSeekty. high
school band and drama ellt1).

Mrs. Catharine Lindsel Powell,
, who lived most at her life on
e Isthmus, died April 1, just
ght days after the birth of a
0, it has been learned here.
she was the wife of Carl A. Po Poell
ell Poell of 4445 Shore Drive, Norfolk,
a. and the daughter of Mrs. C.
'Cheek of Arvin, Calif. She is
so survived by a you0ger bro broer,
er, broer, Douglas, and a sister,
Oa Gibbs, of Benson, Ariz.
Mrs. Powell was born in Wash.
gton, D.C. She wee graduated
om Cristobal Hie School in 1957
id has studied at Barnes Hospi HospiDuring
During HospiDuring her residence on the
ine, she was active In church
airs, the Caribbean Colleg4
Rub's Penny' Socisls, and be beaged
aged beaged to the llonorSockty. higt
tool band and drama Alai.

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RIT'S THAT REDHOT
PICTURE ABOUT THAT
NIGHT-T1ME GIRL!

p"(rol

A FILIA SO NAKED AND REAL

MICE: 35
shows 1:20, 2:55, 4:50o 6t50, 0t00 I
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PROIIIBITED
FOR MINORS UNDE
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T'S EVEN MORE DOTING DIAN THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE MITI

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Meet Anna.
whose father
threw her out
because she
was a tramp! PHILIP yoRbAN's
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Vill Jolt You Out Of Your Seat!
11, -, tastsolsy by Olmsted by Probed by
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-, Music by ELIAEll SEWN
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John McClain of tho New York
Journal, American found it of.
ten hilarious" and t "frequently
touching", and Riots Atkimion of
Ti Mel, dean, of New York dra drain
in drain (Titles, called it"lone of the
most endearing and delightut co.
medics of recent years."

A mitring the Theatre guild
production ere Walt, Stevie and
Hindi Diamond, Sol and Evelyn
Farbrnan, Mel Missal, Jack Sehor,
Virginia McDuff, Gordbit Dixon
and Ann Harvey.
The NAY, which Is Under th'e
direction of Kathy Wilber, is nehed
uled for produetion thaweelt of
May 4.

.1XMOP.

SEVERAL, HUNDRED ,Canal Zone residents were- processed for Panamanian' citizenship. cedulas last-weeltend,In.the-Paralso. school
gymnasium. Here. they, are: shown being photographed 4Ind- linger printed wWle others are 'fining out applications. :Thil'anama
toral, Board representatives will set up cameras and. other equipment and materials again next Saturday and Sunday-,,,at: the Pallas.
school gymnasium ,ou an am to 7 pm schedule. r They will be pres ent on the same schedule at Santa Crutoachool,Aymnasium April,
and 26t and May 2 and 3; and at the Rainbow City. school gymnasium on May g and 10 and May 16 and 11 ,

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'F'6,-'!:.''S.t:dioth,d..t!

AppIicat!ons-with entries for
the Pet and Horse Show which
is being given on,,May, 8 at the
Balboa Stadium, are ttow being
accepted by the CanalZone So Society
ciety Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Atihnals.r,
Thia'organization,' which is
presenting' the showebegan the',
distribution of admittance tick-I
ets at a, committee meeting
held yesterday afternoon.
Me Committee announced a
change in the charges of the
tickets: anyone att ending
school, up to and including high
school,, will be charged ..25 ad admittance.
mittance. admittance. The tickets say "chil "children
dren "children under 12." Adults will pay
.75 admittance.
Merchants hi Panarea have
contributed a large assort assortment
ment assortment el valuable and useful
gifts ,which will be awarded
as ,door prizes. Cups, statuet statuet.tesw"end
.tesw"end statuet.tesw"end ribbons will be a-.
Warded the !winners second
place and thh'd place in each
category of the, many' events
open, t t.
1110 events .are aS follows:
Best ,pedrigreed dog; best mix mixed
ed mixed breed dog; best pedigreed
PuPPY; best mixed breed puppY;
most intelligent dog;' best, pedi pedigreed
greed pedigreed cat; best mixed breed cat;
best pedigreed kitten:, best mix mixed.breed
ed.breed mixed.breed kitten; best hi fashion
parade for pets; horse show.
.
, A Charge of 81.00 will be
made for' each animal entered.
All animals will be required to

,
iNHArt3 rr LIKE 01117--Bundka tourist Isn't letting the StInShille tkt Nide, Pratice quite
Set b hint Ha's relaxing en n deck chair on the Mediterranean seaside. That bat isn't letting
the' twenery get, to him either. ,
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be kept- on -a lead:or leash
throughout the show.
Stations Will be plainly mark marked
ed marked in the stadium-:ifor, each
category where the entrant will
present himself with his pet.
The entry, application, with
the fee of 41.00 for each pet
entered, must ,,be 'received by
'the Society' hot ',, later than
May 3, 1959.
The entries should be mailed
to Mrs. O. H. Lee,,care of the
Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animal's, post Office
Box 1005; C.Z.-
All who wish to enter an LA LAmai
mai LAmai are urged to get their en entries
tries entries in as soon as possible. The
entry blanks are Available at
the Balboa Commissary, Balboa
Service Center, Diablo C4)mmis C4)mmissery,
sery, C4)mmissery, Diablo Service Ceuter, Ar Army
my Army Sales Store-at Corozal and I
Morrison's lltiovelty Store, Pall..
s,ma City. 4
llesides,the Pet .Show: and
-Horse Show which Will Include
,conipetitivelumping contests,
a program of entertainment
has also been 'arranged.
At least ,three acts nr111 tie
given by stars from lotal enter entertainment
tainment entertainment circles.,
,Nourishment anti soft drinks
will ,be available s,t mOderate
costs. The show will,open at
7:00 pin arid is expected to last
approximately two hours. Tick Tickets
ets Tickets are available from members
of the Society and will be sold
art the gate of the Stadium the
night Of the,function

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Macrnillarv

N a v: I c'e"b k r. ',,,,,nrieeLe-sp',u71).4;,-litrti,ur7-11110e-r,t,!,'N'a81-w,hazds

Island,Due acc.used orlwinkmanship,"
, nfle)Obilityn' and refusalla nog&
Fiom Secittlev Secittlevtiatcreasonably,
tiatcreasonably, Secittlevtiatcreasonably, with 'the ovietss,
even 10 .the risk ewer,
The INS Burton Island,- a -trivy CHILD .-SURNS. TO DEATH
icebreaker, was due to; arrive, at -, -i ,
Balboa ',early this aftengon 'from TOKYO- (MDAuthorities, re reSeattle,',
Seattle,', reSeattle,', Wash, The ship will be ported. 3 s. year -old Hirothi
berthed at Rodman Nara-Station Inohana was burned to dealt
tuitil transiting' the. Cartat4-Satur.. yesterday when inflammable fluid
day to continue its trip to Boston, released 'into a nearby river by, a
The Burton 'Island, commanded vitamin" manufacturing -.company
by Cdr. R.- A. Wetherup, carries sUddenlye,' burst, into flamesv. The
crew of 15 officers and -189-en child was-- playing at the river's
listed Men., : 'edge. )

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DONALD,WOLFITBARBARA SHELLEY:,
VINCENT f3ALLVICTOR MADDERN
,
Kik! IN IOW tASSSlori oni Saw, it AMMY CORANKENSTONVANStIC
, ffottod NOBEV11010 oil IERIAN.kit EROS nun LIDItoistoR
'" ', A UNNERSOLINTOINAllOtoi him : : ,:,

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!son at which
This was
;lam new frienl
However.
mit) aide said
4-: Castro ale
.
arrival at the
tavr.
Castro's 1
:Was quiet in t
e- n 'tura on a hillt
never, Just in c
10
' At 8:05 am a a
venibassy door
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'lead :St leash LONDON, '')L13ril Nt---CUPDL-The fui thinking en-the parteirthe'Brito
show.- .,' United States will retain leadership ish press behind this speetilationev i
le plainly mark- of the western alliance despite ,,,Illey pointed out that:because -ef ... I
dium.,;for each John Foster pullet' departurelrom its inilitare'polver alonathe United I I
the entrant Avill the active political scene,-,regpon- States tanlardly help, remaWing .. n 1
', with his, Pet- sible western tiplornata',,predieted thA Illominant.- lorcev Inside.' the ',.
pplication, with today. ,, - ,.'.'. ..:',',-..'. westerni-allianee., ,' But Macmillan, .,.:
10 for each pet .. But they said Britalnie prime 4ncouraged by the plaudits he von l'a
he.' received bY minister Harold Macmillan is cer- at home for his 'globe-trotting el- ,'
tain to play an even more impor- forts. was expected Increasingirte :
tent role than in the paat in deter- throw the weight of his advice and .''
iot;',:,,late, JC, --than
mining western policy,; , experienee,into the west'reouncils.
!roe:, !lore motaithleed
When Du es nese The announcement of Dulles'.. rel.
Prevention of nation was a heavy 'Mosel Eu- ..
lais, :post Office disclosed hello smioini ths afalerstmwanses
e his hisMacmillan
Macmillan hisMacmillan would assum I d bl k b ho dihie ',
t ma ac anner a s
to enter an LA- ... c. 140 in ,newipapers,from'Ane 'end ef ', 4)
, British .nowsPePtirs Co med l'ope-i-expected though-it vas..-,...
a western Europe to the othse..,Eu;'
as possible..The spokettinam Mac
millan's flY ni ropean'statesmon hastened:tome 1 ) '''
re Available at peace missions to Moscow an
h press their, deep -regrats.;-amerie .:
to get their en- mantle as, th west s hi
imissary, Balboa
ington added fuel to thia speau.a7,
1 them Macmillan; British'foreign" '., 6.,
Diablo Cenarois-. later to Paris, Bonn and Was
secretary '',. Selwyn .A.loyd,,,,Wssf, t ''.,
'vice Center, Ar- tion, ..
. German chancellor Konrad Aderi-1,'
dty Store, Pan- lieve there was considerahle wis
.
- at Corozal and However, Informed 'tliplom'' 'its.' ..beh.-
taro, Italian' gnentler Giuseppe'
,. auer; Froncl9womterlAkhot Dei il .'.
.0 .i- --.'',".;:n;:.; ..'' ,, ' . , ; Pella.andothers- -:1, .,.,....' ':- ,,, ',1
'' Dulles',. policies' had net -at'ways -...',',
kick Win Include
been popular In rtirope,,..He 'bad :
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Ley '"""' a-u Nall'i,: ic'ibritikir ::,,.
; entertainment ut ..
na been' accused of firinkmangeLP, .., 1 1
Burtows an uo.- "Inflexibility" and 'mind' tel no go.' -

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