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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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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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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;'.:;WASIIINGTON,' April 22 41.112I)'.--; American:officials-said to;
day Fidel ,Castre has :scored personal triumplydurin the first
days of his sursent C.S.-visit, but 'has failed to 'state clearly-his
, position on a number of issueaineluding; alleged Communist ilk
6.:-::.filtration in hil Cuban government; .;
- ,-..The bearded rebel .leader; 'they said,'Seemed ereate fa-,:
yorable Impression during a 2-hour ..5-mlnute earnest explanation
' of the Cuban Situation beforethe imerlean Society., el Newspaper
) ,t Editors (ASNE) : .v '"
, Despite his sincerity, thete OffiCialS 'said, he ;avoided temmit;
tint himself on a nuntber of issues. Typical,. they said, was Cgs.'
- tro's reldy to the question of Communist Infiltration in Cuba..
' e: 22-yeat-old" rime- minister denied- he-, or his P26th of
7u11-Movementnk,was Communistie but he declined to state flat;
ly -whether he wotdd take sidea in case of wat between the tnito
ed States And the Soetet Union,i L:14 ;'

-
ed States Ana the Sorriet 11;
,
m the.'-popular stsndpoint,
Castro's unofficial ?visit te
J4011'11;115 Ireat..success.,
Afis.'-' gamely) tat, beard and
!! imen-rieck green army Jfatigue
: uniform wezet leading. teurist at at.,
., at., tractint.',.:
fYesterday Mori' than 590 persons
arOund the hotel where 'Cas 'Castrt,spolre
trt,spolre 'Castrt,spolre to' the editori. Scores, of
tourists gathered' around' bilit,'!!- at
the Cuban EmbaisY and on CaPitol
Hill when' he met for .90 minutes
with the!.Senate Foreigt ,Itelations
.CoMmittee.,
-,.. Castro's ApPearanCe before 'the
comiention',also brought out
: about 259 -,:ft pickets..!... There were
three groups -,,!-;',..tyinlotgstris.
one against
:!!'!"" Castro, denied 'that Ike.' issee I
:4,Commenist.-,-but !refused se! say :
tethotherAtivesould take ides ht,,
shit. war. 'ittetweers The United
14; States and Soviet- Russia.
"rile 'bearded,,,4rebel, leader.; bere
Tir';!-:;:!en truri 41so
Said Cuba, wanted-- tiOly-S.",,Alust
treatOtwlth This countrY.He
blamed itost of ,;Cuba'eprobleitis
" on 'tilt tact-that -Me United States
callecirthe tune in its economic
andpolitical lelstiont with;hia
lend nation. ,,,, ,'
4 A' addition,'The 32-year7ohl
! ban leaderaisured jittery- Latin
ihns Ti

ban leaner
American governments that 'his r r,
, r, r 'gime will follow a Policy .of :strict
, non-interference .in ,their affairs.i
' 4 As be wended bit War through
Washington, thousands of tourists.
' and curiosity-seekers crowded the'
sidewalk to get a 'glimpse of the
' smiling, 'affable 'visitor: ,,; was
SIWItyl ready to stop and.talk, to
it4 the-dismay of his heavy security
guard,
Castrtr spoke to the editor'. -in
halting rnglish, frequently nausingl
; to consult a' translator at bio side.
He captained it was his first
speech in English, Nevertheless,
he found toneed to cOnstdt! the
r large Spanish-English", dictionary,
he lugged to the rostrum,' '4 "'
Despite his language flifficulties,
Castro spoke rapidly,,,,gnd some,
times impatiently -as be described
ff. Cuba's economic difficulties and
, hope toe a more equitable :re :re'
' :re' lotions with :the United States.' 1
' "It Is possible many.peeple bsp.
s lieved we were ,Ceitsinst bench,'
popsy," ho saidei wavhsip his
, hinds. !'111 wish to oxplain that'
wi didn't tome hors for, mow.
' "You should 'not think of our'
, country' as beggar. The Cuban 'peo-1
pie are bard working. They are not
-00 logy., We prefer te go Islowly,' but
With' oisr own force. We have What
it it takes to Improve our country
I Re told this 1,000 ''editors, who

WASHINGTON:list18 '.(UP)
defense offieials said. today
, Initial reports from many parts of
the nation showed a. baltbour Con.,
eked test had -been effective.1' '1
test,, designed to silence
about 4,000 regular radio andtelo-1
vision stations for 30 minutes, was
held yesterday at part of,Opera of,Operation
tion of,Operation Alert,1959. e e,
, e, Results ..Of civif ,defense oser.1
rises staged by, kelt authorities
, sretmd the nation won't be knttym
for some ,dayst offkials said, The'
geteral public Mag. not askod to
respond in most cities to yester.
daY's 'alert. 1, -,
Leo. A., Hoist,' (Mice of
! sod Defense Mobilizaticts Mobilizatictsistrator,,
istrator,, Mobilizatictsistrator,, said first reports about
reception of the 'Conelrad broad broad;
; broad; east 4vere gratifying, r
He called Conelrad '.'Iltbe beet
available means of carrying infor.
,,mation to -the public duris4 an
, emergency,"0
- sDuing the i,Conetrid test abottt
1,200 civil defense stations broad
east on 640 and 1240 kilocycles.
' They gave civil defense 'instruc 'instructions...The
tions...The 'instructions...The alternating frequencies
' were used to keep imaginary ene
, my' planes from using radio sign.
b. Ills ome", on target,

ssue,

crowded the Stat let's presidendat
ballroom that his country 'needs
"good' etonomical ',relations with
this cotmtry which alas been our
best buyer.r ,
'!What Witt from the1.1 ted
States is a just trade treaty-- so
that We will get' from 'the' United
States the sante money theUnited
Statei gets from Us,'" he shoutedl
"We' want just treatment in econ
omical matters.".
On the Communist issue, antra
repeated, to the editOrs what he
told, congressmtv, 'nearlier in 'the
day!' t'We have. 'said 'very clearly
we are not .COmmunists."
.

, ,c,
littittity-Sult -Against Pan
orAccidtnt Invcives 500,C
,

''''','1- atift in idintrartrinvolvrng
more than 6500,060JB under way
Irt'lLS. District -Com t, ''" Ancon,
as 4., lesult of a transit !Seel !Seeldent
dent !Seeldent which occurred In Decerrt-'
ner 1955. :" '', -.-- ,I
On the :day ;in ,question file
27,000 tor steam tanker -Andros
Venturc,ully laden ,With Pe Petrolcum,
trolcum, Petrolcum, ;products., was south southbound
bound southbound in, the Ciillard Cut and
being sided,,by o ,tow tug some
,300 ,fect 'Ahead, of ,the 625 foot
vesseL ,While passing !lie' Cues
mint reach' the tanker collided;
first, with,the ast and then with
the Vest, bank of the Cut, re4
suiting In .nonsiderable damage
to hull arid fittings and loss of
a substantial portion of the oil
cargo : ''
- ;
""rhe' suit, which has been
brought by ,the Andros ShiPping
C. Ltd., Canadian owner of the
Venture, charges that (1) suf sufficient
ficient sufficient steerageway was not
maintained; (2) the towing tug
Maintained too long a lead: (3)
after beginning of first, sheer
to starboard, prompt and suffi sufficient
cient sufficient actim was not taken by
the pilot or tug to bring the
vessel back to its proper head.'
ing in the channel: and 44) al,.
ter', the first collision against
the 'east bank prompt and effi efficient'
cient' efficient' action was not taken by
Ipilot or, ttig to return the yes yessel
sel yessel to a proper, heading.
i At the, thne of the transit
Hector IVL Grant Was aboard
the Andres Venture as Canal
- pilot. Grant was subsequently
kilkd" in an auto 1 accident
while in the States.'
'' '1'wo different suits are ac-'
tually being tried. The Canadian
shiPping firb, is asking $450,000
in damages and the oil com company
pany company -which consigned-the cargo

trftirs'

66'1 S.kil'ii,

' An emergency landing strip
on )Rey Island hat been resur resurfaced
faced resurfaced and iniproved in-a .tood
neighbor') project by men of
the .51.8th Engineer, Company
(Combatit it was amuumced to today
day today by Headquarter, U.S., Amy'
CaribbeaW ;
'Although 5 the United States
does nA hive responsibility for
maintenance of the strip, the
project hadn, been under con consideration
sideration consideration for several months as
'
Governor To Meet.
,
Comic!! 14',,,

f Governor W. v:Potter wilt 'Meet
with Latin Anterican Civic Council
officer at Santa Cruz on Tuesday.
t
' The public meetint,'' which will
start at um p.m.; will be held in
Me Sante Cruz Service Center.,
" The Governor's next meeting
ifitiv U.S. Civic Council officers
be on the Pacific. side the fol following
lowing following Tuesday, April 71016

LA 'SIESTA' Pamama'S 'busy To,
cumen AirportNwill soon have
modern and attractive hotel
-commodations, according to the'
current issue ut 'PanamaThis',
Month (tditort iiindi Diamondl.:
Illte plans shown 'llere were
,'-drawn up, by, architect Ernesto
do la Guardia feature a
great dee' of landscaping on the
two-level ,motel,, which, -will he
, complete with swimming pool,.
',restaurant and shops. -A 'Pant.;
manian corporation headet by ''
,,Itichard Dehlinger is investing
$400,000 in the construction- of
Siesta,,which be set on 10 :
acre', ef land near, the Airport.
The ktformal ,ranch-style motel
wilt ,,,have 100 ,,, air4conditihned
roomed-, Work expected -to
start within the, next few months.

7 .:711), ty
le aslant morn then450,00itia
oil lost ',during thp,,lee,Ient,41-.,
,In'the Vicho las ,12.4Oeu-,
landris ILL president
nt the Andros Shipping ,,Coi Vhe
vessel Atselfz-n,:emell 'as 'Waist
ter,' ship the Andros" loortunt:, is
-operated under charter. by the
Orion Shipping end, yrading Co,
Lof Canada,,
' both tankers ,legulerly;,earry
oil products between ,:Venezue ,:Venezuelan
lan ,:Venezuelan refineries '4'end, : southent
Chile and 'are regular JcastoInt
,ers of. the, Panama
The ',Andros, Venture 'was-41n'
the, news about a month ego
wheri it transited the 1 Canal
northbound en route to the VS.
for,rePairs after a sea 'collision
,Chilean port tore a 40-foot
hole in the tanker's side,
',Eynon thiel
mended the VentUre at the
time ,of the transit accident:, lie
Its presently, assigned to the. sis sis'
' sis' ter, ship and- expects. to' rejoin
tile Andros lrortune here on its
regular return ironl N Chilean
Portsk '''''' ,,
,

Algrion, Rebels
Captured'
By' Frihch Frcei
.,,ALGIERS (ITPI)--French forces
killed 1,600 4,41getian ,rebels -and
e,aptured another .460 in, a ,three ,three,week
,week ,three,week offensive, in the hills aouth
6f ()rani the army rePortedies
.;211here was ,no official 'mention
of French, pasualties,, but tiler
were reported.to have run !rabout
10 per cent'', of the rebel ;losses.
Authorities said the killed and
captured included 42 Tebel 4, 'unit
tommanders.

an i Do' ssibls Search knd
rescile operations and for tht
convenience of commercial 'and
private planes which' frequently
tlY ever ranamg, Bay, Armr
spokesman, aaid, : .1?
e 1
'It Vas possible to accomplish
the repairs as part of the Engl!
neer .Company's training pro-'
gram,' The jungle had begun 'to
reclaim the 3600 foot'runway
but a ''15-men SQUatt of engi engineers
neers engineers cleared away, growth and.
graded, about 30 feet along
either olds of the strip: They
tamped spots in the strip which
had been torn by roots, tilled
boles ,vtith, gravel and asphalt,
cut away trees at either end of
the strip to allow mors roont
for takeoffs "and landings' Ind
finally graded 'a road from the
beach to the 'stall). The strip' is
located on Cocos point.
- -Ths squad,' led -3st
',4erome Hagen and, 4fts.-
, BWy Hicks and Lloy0. SE'
Altair knew 'in advance that
, they would not have an, essy
.10V :
,':.voyage abont ,,70 miles
aboard open landing ,craft from
Fort Kobbe,,,home ot the Com ComPanY;
PanY; ComPanY; acros Atha baY tO Rer

,
'YATlitttr,..''O'Leary,;",, assistant
'comptroller accounting, wtho has
been ,ivith Pontine Canal 'Co
1951;illas been appointed de-,
l':puty,'icomptrollert,to 'eucceed ,Ste
pL'ilnIt. N. Powelson, "1'4.. was an.
mounted yesterday -."'at -Balboa
Ifeignte. : fr
--,, 'rho aPpointment, was announced
allortlY'' the'bresignation' --'- of
-Powelson, who ',has; left the CatVal
organization lake over, the ,-post
of chief 'auditor for the: foreign dt.
vision ;tit the American, Radiator
and- Standard Sanitary. Corp4
;the-semiAino announcements
were made -of 'several changes' in
a saighmente.' among -the 'key per
oonnel,,of Atte office of the comp comptroller
troller comptroller is tho result of 'Mt promo promotion
tion promotion O'Leary.,,,All appointments
will 'become 'effective April 20.
; Themes IL !Scott. chtef of the
accounting' Polity'and procedures
staff has been named chief ac actountant
tountant actountant to -succeed ,O'Leiry.
Other persomel who have Ire Ireceived
ceived Ireceived new assignments have en
amiotmced, as follows:"
' John ,E.4"' Fisher; -assistant Chief
accountant ; and Chief A the re reporta
porta reporta and analysis 'staff to chief
of the ;accounting palicies, and leo leocedures
cedures leocedures staff:L.- ,",t
Russel -1,,,,,', Jones "'I Chi of.- the
rates and' analysis;branch to as assistant
sistant assistant -thief accountant and Chief
of the reports ,and analysis- staff.
James, ,L4-, IrWitori. chief,' of the
claims branch' to7t-thief of -the
rates and analysis branch; and
,iUITY Itaymond;1 ,, supervisory
general 'claims examiner to fchief
of ,the claims branch. -','
, O'Leary 'Ives, born

'diS011

,
land ',your teeosoorti,- e water rforf1:!1711,r
Around the'island Quite' shal- eigindlAI;ji
.,
low and thei LCMI,ranaground fitam4:,;,Z...
before -'they.g.' could get within ka,, kltiL.,
unloading distance of the beach. 777, ., ,,i--,,?.:
Th men lad ttk 'wait,. throUgh k''....ZWi',OnikAtt:.:1
three". :tides", before"' theyi ,could ,, ,,,":',:Qi:::,::,','.
unload': the ;ast of :lheirequip-' ''
ra,ent, ',. ',...v. ',' '' '
, -,
' ";SoMe 4of the equibmint a-
L..,
board -',,"the :, Craft ,Jncluded a ', :
,'bulldoser, '',, groder, air ., com.'
pressor,'" ihop ,'' truck '-' and "- an, ,,'''' :
',asphalt kettle. The shop truck '2 ,.::...,,i;:g:'':'..' ,.,,,' ;.:
earried ,A power' lools and a,. k ..,,:...
igenerator to supply electricity&
liosquitoes ,- aild ,,,, and ., flies
harassed. '' the'-inen. ,,bleariy', all ..
were-under their mosquito nets '7 -,
and, in ,bed; by, se7en! !orb, eve-
fling. ,,,' r,',,,'Nvc,- ,"7.!, ?,:x ,,t, ,, ',, .4;, ,.,

ning. r '
Pu Inlng 'their. 12 days on Rey
;. the Men Atpent a good
many 'hours of overtime work
on the strip,. but they found
time f or recreation also: They
swam, fished and h t d
Pneuants,,wild pigeon ,and dove.
The fish and birds supplement supplemented
ed supplemented the Army'five-in-one rations
which the squad had brOUght
alOng;
,,, Wei'', tester E.', McClure was
with4:the squad originally but
became' ill, and returned. to lrort
Kobbe. .1 ,

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,t

Iowa, till la a tradnate:-nt Drake
as Vniversity where he took a degree
'4s,k in business 'administratiori and, ade-
cotmting, Ho spent most of his
e professional life in public account.
ing on the staff of 'the 'firm of
, A Price, Waterhouse- and Co.
Before 'he came-to the Canal' In
?d 1951 as part of a team assisting
of in the fiscal re-organization'of the
al Panama Canal Co., he was firs(
st assistant )to the, finance director;
then held various positions withiri
Dr the comptroller's office before
, succeeding ,to the present position
'of deputy comptroller.

, )
Warm Yesterday Wasn't it?, Record
98.1 Missed By Only Half Degree

If you are one of those fortunate souls inured to the tro tropics
pics tropics then you vtill not be greatly dishearteneg to learn that
yesterday was ihe hottest day on 'the Pacific side since April
16, 1956. , (
Yesterday's temperature also came:Within 'half a degree
of breaking the alltime record for tho Canal Zone.
How hoC was it yesterday? Well, only MI degree, ac according
cording according to the weather station. Ali-time record for the Canal
Zone is Mil degrees.
But as everybody know, it ain't the heat it's the hum!.
dity. Or the 'combination of both. 'And lt doesn't help much
to know the present oppressive heat is an annual occurrence.
As ,usual, nothing will help expect the onset of rain..
Lovely, wet, cooling' rain. The heavy, clouds appeared again
over the Panami bilis yesterday but nothing happened on
the Pacific side. On Thursday WC Atiantfe. side did record a
faint rainfall. ,
all else fails maybe some noble-hearted fellow will
take desperate measures with, arr,eppropriate Advertisement.
Wantedt rainmaker,' fully experienced; with 'good references.
Meanwhile, keep dreaming of cloudbursts.

,t
:',Neighborlr,P tOjeC

. t, Cuban ',officials chargea lvith Investlgahng- Panamet- charges 1 that
,
-
,. , ,, s
revolutionary -force to 1,11Vade Panama- tomorrow has lieen recruited 'in'
.
,
Cub were muni today. , ,,,,,t ,, .. t
411,inquirers as to what they had' done or discovered were' referred'
4
to Etilel Castro 0 statement on the subject in Washington Thirsday Said
,
Castrn at that time: "I don't-kmAr'anything about it ..
, ,t
uban orelgthminister Roberto Agramonte h reported to have telephonid
.
Presidtnt, de la Guardia that Cuban ,coast.guard vessels-were pdtrolling all ports'. by
which)uch an ilIVOSi011 force could leavaCuba ;,,.1,,,,,,i ,s
, s ..
-qv launches, manned by National Guardsmen are patrollirig100 miles Him.
, 4
ninds,s1Caribbean coast as emeasure against ,the -seaborne revolutionary expeditiOn:
Therelhav,it been no reports of 'the launches sa7far 'Sighting anything resembling an aninvasion.
invasion. aninvasion. '.,,c ',, ,' , , '
.,
Meanwhile, Canal Zone and Panamd 'police sciurces indicated the security asp
ecti oi the Duke ,of Edinburgh s visit herelomorrow would not be an); mOre rigid,be
cause, f all the talk Of invasiorrand revolt, ,
i ,..
,' T e Duke, as he tre'veis' through the Canai zone and Panamd, will get the secy.!:
rity pr ,cautions normal to a VP of hls rank,' but no more.
i
,',:
, :A Ruarry Heights, spokesman is reporl;ed to hate said that security on the Arm..
ed forces installations ist,the Canal,lone1Cbeing mcreased inflhe waki of the in.,
.
vasion talk,
4
Meanwhile In washington ,the been requested so tar. 'the memo Ho sidettotiaee unigoatsetdOsulazatrelVsea:d'
Organization of American states randum twee delivered by Pane- eel, were carefully patrolling ail ,.
(0AS) focused attention On reports manian ambassador(Ricaro M. Areas fro.i which such, ese lava
of a rebel expedition, which was Arias "on4n ,114forinattratall3gt" r !i,(91 fortes leeeld depart, ,', :44
allegedly being prepared, en Cuban be said r,,, ,-,,,..t,i,'' ,t., ''- ', .,-, 41. pok., ,, :,, .,. t ,-,. t ;
aoll.ln.Wtealt4P ' he' tir5A-11nmelse't 1114.5evd -111.:11471"410'.13411gO'':, :Ciihatt.afn.
,1, Envoyt Of several
g -grave concern INV new investigation.' But the ambassador':
roltasotin 'American .., ambas4' bassador
ha toed vh,hint ex, Fastrg still hate results front tho'
our, onflotre.idesgwroevrer, ialredo:rtlisigne
Action brthe organization wage violence 'develop inItheSecibbTi.; at well as tile 'Clibalt represent&
reported to: have, otep
Possibility It the threat mounted. -, 4.,
concern. ,,'
, .,,,,,,,,.w,..,, olio live to the OAS: are fully aware
So' far tho organization wail only ,'-, Other, OAS sou,rceisaid o qathe PoperetisiMe of the panatna.
watching klosely and receiving several governments Imlay ,t til n memorandum. , 0,,,,,
the regime of Cuban prim min-
more information. ; 1 I.!
later Fidel CootrO.tiad urged that : Mora said the eThe ,..,......it ? :-.

0 tary-Ganeral Dr. Jose
As SC
A: Mora. said yesterday ha had
, received if, panamanian mama mama'random
'random mama'random charging that disloyal
- Panamanians and far:feign mar marNconaries,wera
Nconaries,wera marNconaries,wera mrectarina an as
asult in Cuba aaainst the gov government
ernment government of Prosidant Ernesto da
la Guardia Jr.
He said 4io foimal action had

the Havens, government prevent
anys,ormedt'ottack. from being
:mounted on Cuban." sell- against
t, the' Republic of 4 PanaMa'4
,raStrO and many, of his follow followers'.
ers'. followers'. have frequently.' stated they
were prepared to help exile groups
overthrow dictatorship in the
Dominican' Republic, Nicaragua
and Haiti, just as they were aided
their.,overthrow -of 'Cuban dic dictator
tator dictator Fulgencio- Batista,
Although : Panama': will not
mentioned, a group of Panama Panamanian,.
nian,. Panamanian,. 'exiles aro onderstood to
have sought Cuban military aid
to' help Panemanian,,,insuroents
who, have' been lighting in Pan Panamass
amass Panamass mountains.
More'. recently,: 'however, the
Cuban government has made plain
that it did not,wislt to endorse any
action violating the hational sov sovereignty
ereignty sovereignty of coUntry.
Speaking to the American So Society
ciety Society of NewPapers Bditors here,
Castro raid Cuba 'would-keep out
of the' tnternal affaire of other
Caribbeaenations.
CUban'foreige,oilnisfer Roberto
Agramotiteivas understood to have
teelphoned rename:again Thurs Thursday
day Thursday oight Oastire'President de
leCuardie That CONi' wee trying
to discover, the': alleged --anti-Panenianiaft
expedWon and, to bar it
OM selling from:Cuba,

trip

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40044,
,
MISSION' COMPLETEDMen of the Slittlilniineer Company Momliat) CouipMent
'from tin tom on their return Va the Isthmus alter' engaging in a ."goed nighbor.;project .at'
, Rey Islandi, where ther'made improveniento on ILA emergency air latiding stritx
,
t 113 Arrny,rhoi0),
,

2 Mora said the OAS couned could'
be summoned for a special session
"in a few hours should Panama
decide to W:1 for OAS protection,-'
Me observed that the Panam a
fan memorandum .had given -11
OAS members the background of
the situation.
But the secretarylearal also
noted that the country first had to
declare formally an actual' threat
to its national sovereignty.befora
the OAS could put its peace malo
ing machinpry into action.:
'
Stale Deperhi ent
Criticizes: Brihsh
g
Press Timidity : ;:47

WASHINGTON (UPI)
State Departmest expressed dis,,
may yesterday over what k tag- ,,'
ed the attitude of "timiditY"
the British press over high-level
U.S. Air orce flights to Berlin..
Press officer Lincoln White
so flatly denied what ht said were,
British newspapee 'reports. of -la
"split within the,' United 'States
government" over the flighta
Russia has- protesti.:1 to, 'big&
altitude flights by C130 tuber', ;r
aircraft in'the corridors tin tie
Communist-encircled Beefs,. with,
West Germany: It contendstsuch
flights must be below t':,,,10,00fIt';
feet and several U. S. planes NYS
been buzzed or harassed by, So-k
viet jets.
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The State Department's ,actiott
criticizing the press of a friendly' ,
ally was highly unusual,
White said, however, thaQ'thers
h (American) governmenG; wide,
approval of the use of C130's'into
and out of Berlin:" aa repeated
that this country does, not Arena
any limitation whatsoever offs its 4 ;,,,
right to fly any altittule it
wants in the corridors. ,2;
Other officiabt -said Prisfdent
Eisenhower 'personally shad sp-,z
preyed the policy.'
, White's statement emphatically.
rejected, Britt press- assertions
that the continued L' American
flighte were ;-"provocative"- and
jeopardized East-West negotiations
with Russia con' Barlin and,'Crar.
many..v t t,p t
"'White said the United States wag
particularly,. dismayed by tin,
British pmss attitude in thejight
of the "provocations" of the
sians who have "buzzed" and en..
dangered two U.S. C130's in tio :,,',
corridors during aka past liars
week.

, leorriders tiering ake last liars 41",
my ranes Tronl using ream sign. mot De On me rame,slue toe 10P1 ,SVULIDI florriel VL tug comI pecamo ilk And reyarness. TA) rorti, Key, lalang, wnere tney Mane unprovemenat on an emergency sur lending stritt.
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ola 0 "home", on a target, Tuesday April 28, IPAnY, luta ;the bay to Rey la-Mobba, .1 v I , t113 Army Photo), weeks,
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jiltration in
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tro's reply la
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Isly"Moreme
ly 'whether h
1 ed States an
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Castro's naafi
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1 41pentierle
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le-anoW' allytfling arieltit lt,'7:,..i. .. , ,,,, .,, i
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,- ed States and the Soifiet Vition4, "--,-'4: ;.. "t"..,...,-, ,,..,,4 .,, 2 ;..'
war oeeween ens, team- ; ----- - -
! -commodationsi according :te -the' ..- 2 : .- .',.. ( ,1.. '..- ..s". '' ,-. '
.--!. 'current '' issue rot :'Panematrhis.: ., -. -. 4 .,, , ...., .:,':. :'., I' ''',"' -..,, ',..'
';' r'-Irtom iAhe''-PoPular endpoint, crowded-the Stitler's presidential :Month,(8ditert, HindJDie-Mond).;.., : :, ;. . .......
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uban foreignminister Roberto- Agramonte h 'reported': to'', have telephoned f
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: ... 7.. ''',: .. ,, .., rem tn ,, e e. Guardia. that, Cuban ,coast.guard vessels- werepetrolling all 'ports': by .,,
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,., armt:ybellastrddaelulthi:::::try lv'hi'd:iba's' 1).4' eit'n'o'ur". ". dela G ,dielm,,.and feature a :,- '... .',.., '-
Castro's unofficial -.visit te Wash- ballroom 'that.,4 his ,cotietry -needs They:plans..., shown ;here -,-- were ... :
S :t which uch on invasion force could leave,Ckba.-' ' '''''.'"4 ''' .'
' ingtenwas a greatsuccess., ',, .-., "good, etonomical 'relations ,,,,,,e
ith ',drawn-up by, architect 'Ernesto.. .- ,' , ,, :--e-----,---"' ..'
.;:1 -7.7- - -- - - --":- ' ,Tte0 'launches", Manned' ty- Natinar Gaardsmen are patrolling 200 miles of"Pin; n n.
. n. 1 nPentiee 4 ' Al .I two-level ,motel., whien,, mut Pe
' 4 k green
- inn& siCaribbean coast as emeasure against,theleaborne. revolutionary expeditinn.- ,'
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..ifatigue best buyer."-,;. ,,' ',,', ', r.-:',, ,.. ,,,, ...,, great al:1:1rof lentiseePing alt th e,-.1 ," .
' unif rnt Wezett leadin,gteurist at- !What We went from ,the, teu ,..,. .,
is a. just trade treaty-": so complete', with 4-swunmieCgtool,.
.14. 1 Yaenan -':' --1 '., 6- 500 person teat We will .get 'from the, United ::,restaurant, and'. shops..; A Paret,,,,:. 1
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Thereihave' been no repprts of 'the launches so-far Sighting anything resembling' an- ',-
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,-yesterday more an
,,,,, invasion.. ,, -,
:., , d nd the hotel whets, 'Cas- states the same impel the...United ,manians"corpor. atioe 1Iteadeds..- bngy .,-,!,
, male. emu
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.. tro ,spoke te.the Mora Scor, ea, Of statei' gets frm us," be shouted.: -...Richard Dehlinger Is inve n , L. ' eanw ile, Canal, Zone and' Panam d, pohce soarces indicated the security asp, .';
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, ., tourists gathered. around' hilit;' at "we..',want tust.'tre atment in aeon- 4400,00e in the- ponsttuction.of lai,': :
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',, .,.. ecti 'of the Duke ;of .Edinburghis visit lereloniorroi would not 'be, any MOre ngid be-
- the Cuban BetbaSsY and on, VaPitel emical ',matters.. ,..,t ...,,:.'','....-- Siesta,,which Will, beir let. pale .,. :',-
- :. 4 4
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4 i cause. f all ,the talk of invasiorrand 'revolt,. '., ,,,, , -.
Hie ween: he met, for .90 minutes On. the- Communist issue; Castro acreeof land neer, thasurport..,.
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.1 T e Duke, as he travels through the Canal loniand Panamd will get the sic.u"..:;,"
4, f,
''' t roreigt Relations repeated:to .the- editors T what ,,- he ;The. ,ktf
with the.Sena is,-,.. .,, . ...., ormel 00,rench-style: motel .,,,- ., ,-,v,.. w ,, 1
t (IN con essme,,,,nearlier in' 'the will Nhave ,1 ,, airleonddihned .,. t . .,
e' I,- ':
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- ow -.., . ,... ,, l rity, pr cautions normal to, a VP of 11,1s. rank; ut no more.. ',..-
:mk.. C..nnicastrmitete'e...SH;Pe' ''arente be' for) e. the ell3aet. .Wgre have, Said 'very' clearly roomii. WorE:le. expected :to :.
" -". t rt thi the' next feW months. - ,, : ,
- ----,--------,..1-, - .'.-., ... -------- '- ,: ,-:-. ,".. ',: ...'' uarry eig ts, spoesman 'is reported to aye said that secunty on the Arm;;.- ,-..'
'' --"-- - '1- '' ''-' 'A' 0" H h k
, .,, .4s,NE coeVentionalso brought eoruet ,wwie are,,net COmmunista :. --,-... .. sal e ,vo n , ,...., 6. . : .. . .. ,,....., ,.,, ... .,.. :. ,,.,,,,, ,,
' 4, ,. 4-.
, :.- ,, -., ... ., , .. ,, ed ,forcer installations istjheCanaLloneas:e.ing',incre,a:ed. in'lhe wakirsucofs,..thou.vmag.,,-.. 1:,...,,,
1'",' bout 25tt-4 eiekets...- There 1-'''. d' ,,-.,',--,, -..i e.... :,,..;,-,e -!,,,,:',..."..- ...:. .k. V.,- .. -' '. ''': .t::, :' ": '',.:,.-,::1,...? ta.,,..:.,1',,7:,', '
. ': '- a .- ..L., W .or CaSt!o- all, -' - 11 , ,,,
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j 'three grouPs ..t ft,,,,..- -,.. ,
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a. one against hint ,..4cl ,,,-,. ame ite .. ., , . .....; .,.,. ...: ..,: ..
Ady-eir-itty,Sult Against,PanCana, ,,,, ,... , - - lesion talk. : ' i - ' ,
, :, ,; .:,r. .. castro clinicutha 'I'd to ear ; ',.:',-r-'' ,! .- ,' '''. ; :', ,- ':.' -.a.- AKIO.' ',' 1 ,7,,,,. N-- ,, .7, Meanwhile In 'Washington ',the been requested so, far..The memo- He said that Coast Guard; Vei':',' ., t t
Organization of American states randum twee delivered by Pant. mit were esteefully patrolling all I
. ate results front the, '''-
1 ,' ..',...,. 4,Communist .-,.,-"but !refuse ..d 1". : For Accidfintinvcives)buu u.0 ,, ., ,, ,, .. ,.. ,., ,
- h there he-would take et es d , : I, .
., ',r-, ,:.4 nia-wae, ',betels's". -, t t '.... ,.. i,'' :' .. 4,-,-. ','e,,,... ; ,: "' .' es ..' ''' '.-: r- ; 4.. .' 0,L .,,,
' -- 'i .'. -, ea ' tg..Plis. 4i: ; Ssis ant Comptr ler. ous) focused ottentien on revels manian ambassador?. Blear M. lanai from which ... .
. .4,-,,,,.,-,..tt...;: ,,.,,:44,: .r t ive to the GAs:'-are fully-aware.. 4"
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' .'''. '--.::: States end Soviet. ituse .- ,, ,,,,,,z ,...r... ..1,.-.!:,.,.. -:,,g, .,,41 -,:,-...,-.,:,t, ,, .,,r!,, :...,,,,,,, ,,, .,,. -: :,,,,,, .2,, .,,. t .. : ., .. ,. ., ..
, ,........ of ,..a: rebel expedition, which was Arias,. "on-A an ,inforittativaintsis," !doe for:. ,:euiduni 4teepdaptstit.t,e,.,sii 47anlidti. ,,,..:......... ,v i
, J, ,. ::: w-lbe'bearded-,4rebet.leader., -here .... ). .,. ...., , , ,.
":,'A atilt in edintrattrinvolVfng le ask-int-More ibit 4511001,40- r '-,4,- ,-l N4L ...';14., "44, ,'''r4 ,,,4:: !.4.4., 4!:,ii.'1':,,...,;.t'?,'44"-:. i,.;,,Vv.... t ...1, 4..,,I.'14- 'r 4 ;.., ,'4',L' allegedly being prepared, en Cebae, he said. .,..,,,, :-, ,.,,,,,,;,,t. .,-;4; -, ,,..., I ,, -,,, j- ,i,..... .... ,,,w.. .,,,,,,k,..,.,,....;...,,,,, t ,,.....,..4..., 1, .,
. '42T 171:170:1171ibil. -:. I. '.. l'-....'
:.,-.. :4,4,1:411 en -,11.,thm'gendwill tn,er,, .',Iimalso
'..':I.',: ' 'II I ''...;',..:..1.,:..11 it 2-,...e. soltasOittaeket , - ?:, i hearsollfecto,see, ingtsever.,
eely--...,,a,,, ust more than $500,060 'ls under way oil: lost ',durtrig thell,,neeld'ent.,' -1,44:1-. ;I' '' .41' ,' .7:0 .I a' "'N. ',t' ; I ..-"' ;
1 o'5Ur ta" id6 "L'IsOn''' cottl lOves up,. ,. Envove ef several countries were al ether, Latin 'America w..'ambase bassador
... ,l'..,..i,....1...., aid t0trubai,tyltativdtetdb-Th
is toiletry'. e irt':U.S.. District.--Coutt,""Ancon, ; ,I11,the 'libel, Islichelae .11.4Oeue ii.,' is 4 p,
.:, .. i.,arad a f ..cubit'
-,. ', blamed aeost 0 .,
r' t on -the -tact:that ,tbe Ina 4) ..
-'''' .::' 'his collect the tune in its ece. no
' e.. litical,relations whes, e
1 0..,,,,gromeies as :Aresult of a transit Acct., hindris 4Is Ilisttid'' ate, NPreeident -"',. el',,... .. i ,;:'-' -.i, 4' ';'' ::', -,- -.-,' ..,,-, ..',,..i ,r.--- ... ,, ''',,,, ;t.' reported' to,'.baeo- expreeeed grave sedan( also:hart, ,, called on:bito ex,- Castrg swill
, ,,,,,, ,pressieg -grave. concern, iest,-, 'new 'rives gation 8,,t fh k .M.,
A. .. .,idron shi....ittg c..0, :The ,-,,,.,::,,..',.:;;, !),...., ,,.. ..-4,' ,,' , -..4 -',.. ,-; .',-.-,- ,,, -t. -',..,, concern.- '. -,,S ; '- , - ,,,. -.. t - -- ----e amuassador-z ..-9
United States :dent which occurred in Decent- De tne an vv ,, -. .. .J; ....c, .. , ,
i e, 1955. -,'":...:. ,, .4, -.. '4,, . c i
Only ,,,,,:',Othee,: OAS'. sou.rcef-,said that or the Peperettsiose of th le....
I 'vessel Atself;,:ataiwell IL& .itre Mee ,:'.tinetute4;tieteary.;,. assistant Iowa, end ta,;,.a tridnate.'of- Drake: A t'on by.the-organizattion net ,r01-, enee,..'eer,er,e.1):-.10. 'ule..1;101010Deer4; e Wen kg
t44, iiiif is. On the ',day', in.' ,question the ter,' chin ,the'Antitos';1110,rtuna.;, la tomptrollee ,.. eccountini who has Utiversitrwhere et took: a 'degree tossibility :If the three moun e ', 4' ,,
. 27,000 t'' i te tanke- -Androb nnetated- tindereharter, bY the been .tvith, Ile Tommie canal 'co, In business odminiatratiori and, le.. So; far the organization wait representa- ---.
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I i I v m to friendly M Man in '' -a -earned ',....
' .re-' Ind-P don,. --' )''' ,'..'-'-- -',A.,-t. 1' veutureatInsileaniadenAer itti.; pe Orion Shipping arid, Padinit. Co. ame n-1931,ta 'has been APPOInt the regime of 'Cuban prime min- :
ed, de. rounting,-.:He spent most- of 'his watching elosely and- reee v ng severs go ern en . , emorandunt, ,, ..,...,,. .,..
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d d th t M :.. -''' ''''''''.....'.7'-'.-
" land' Dad' Hee 321ear'''' '' u' ''- d h- of caetada,' i''' ', .. ' ''' '., ,putylicomptrollee-to 'auceeed Ste professional life in public- account.. more information. ; A
', ,.''' A, ,ln ad dn, in troleurn.4, ,pro ucts, ,avaa; sout Ister Fidel ,Ca dr tin urge a ,, ora said the CAS eoun d tuld '."'
'-';' I d r aisured jittery- tot
1.,',0' ban ea e
ii; American governmen
' M follow' a. VolleY 40 .-
b und' 1 th 'Gaillard Cut and '.', Both' tan ersilegularly-,earrY, pehn:II.; N. Powelson -,14 was -an- Ing on-the staff of the. 'firm r C4 ' ',.: 4 ',
tS thatiliS 0. C '' '1- a ' t b t ''Ve nixed P I P W h d C
e strict being .eided,,,,b -A,tow ,tug som
e oil produc s e ween,-: nezue- no -44esterday '-at,;.B.a b o a rice, ater ouse- an o. .0AS Seer
the Havens' government prevent be summoned for e e -- -'-''
istary-General Dr. Jose: a special-sew ,:
en I
3 '0 .1 t 'th d of the $25 foot lan : refirieriess, -iind,! .; southern: lieights.- ''' 1, -' ,',i '--' ,., 'fr ': Before:he eame-to the Canal in A.., 'he had any; arseed ;.attack :from Awing la a few hourse h .-
Morivisaid yesterday ,.., a ould Panema -.
'r girne W th ir tdtairs.t ti v et; ea , . ., ,, ,, .., ,, .:
Ian mere. ,,mou on., u anse Ile
C b 11" lnst decide t ii :
' -'' I t rference .in ;. e
',.- :non- n e h ,vesseLltrhile ,Persing ,the Cuts thus and are ''regutar--.Custottlr -,,, The appomtment, was announced 1931 as- pert of a team.'" essisting received, o a for OAS pr t ti
' ded hit Neat".k"throug : le,,Pana18r ,., 1 1 t ,t, heat blieof Panomm'4 4 , o ee oil.'"
reaelt the 'tanker collided; ,ers of. the panams,:eanal.t7':,,,',, Shortie'.: aftee thits'resignation:-; of 'in the' fiscal re-organizationoof tee. 'yandum charging that d s eye. ,t ... epu ,,, .,,, .4 .t ,,
' -;:. As be: wen ,., ,....as
Ile lobs d th
' hington,' tbonsanul' '-uigd'u'the firstewith-the sat and -then with -.
, .:, .; Was The ',Andros,. Venture 'waste lit ,Preielson, who -"has:left the Ctaal Panama,' Canal Co., he was firs( Panamanians and foriien min.- .,-' -.."', ,..., ,.,,, :. erve at, the Pan min '.'.'
i n as- ,,...Cestro,and, many,.of., his follow- fan memorandum h a------ ''---.
.'. el euriosite-seekers crow -,..
fka the:West -laank of the' Cut, re4 the- nesvE about,',a month, ago organization te take mirthe "post assistant to- the, finance 'director; Acionaries1;1! were primer ne a ad given ail :' ..",,..'
.' 'an a. to-get- a'lliniPse at asult in 'Cuba anima the gee-
ers' have freguentir stated they 'OAS membe 1,-
'tin 1 Id bl d age whers .. it transited ,, the -1. Canal of chief 'auditor ler the--foreigiudi- then held various positions withiri
1. tddewa II ,,, 'swat su g -, n ,cons era e ant r, the background of -,
' ''n'' wok, effable 'visitor: ., He
t tie hull and fittings and loss of northbound en route to the VS. vision-Of the American 'Radiator the comptroller's office before ernment af president Ernesto :
de were prepare e p ex e
d to li 1 il groups the situa I
t on. ,,,:
''' 8111 y to stop andtalit;.-O overthrow 4-, dietatorshipe : in the ,,, --,
'''''' '' alw"s' "a ecurity b tantial portion et :the -oil for,retiaira after a sea eollision 'end- Standard' Sanitare Corp42 ,, succeeding ,to the present:position la Guardia Jr. '.
a, au s . icaragua B
his heavl I
' it4 .- the, disrcia3'..e.- ..,..., .. .....---.!-,- i "' Chil t to 40 I t -.. ." ' '' 11 He said -no formal action had Dominican' ,Itepublic,-, N ut the secretary-general-arse; .--:.,
- n 'a ean por re a oo ,. : ,. ..i-... -: : '' ,'., of deputy ,comptro et.
4., 1 earg,. -;"-: -.' '. ,". .'s, -hole- in th tanker'a side. '. ':,At tees elfin ' nts ' ',. 'and :Haiti, Just as they were aided noted that the countr fi h -- ..":;:
.... ,' gut-4,1,dr' e' evoke to' the' editor,. in ,the ; suit, which ,,, has been ,.,.Captain.,1ynon tiriel," come were. made..of Sever,a1 changes' in w ''' ,,,, , i ill their overthrow- -of 'Cuban die- declare formal' y rst ad to ,, -..
r .: ,,:- -.' t.' '-'--;,,----,, truai h'' frequentlY -pausing brought by.,the Andros Shieping 'mended .. the ..tentere at the assighmenteamong the key, per-, 1 I 'e n
arm Tester ay WOSI1 t itr, Kecord
' d r y ,an actual: th'rest ..
Fulgencio-Batista, to its national self i ''
tator . ,
I:. '' "a--' ----- s '. I tor :at bio side. C- Ltd Canadian owner: of the t the OAS ere gnty,before '' .'
could put Its
': 'to consult.a trans a . .,
time of the transit accident,,, lie eonneLof the office of the comp- -- .,
Although ,. Panama:, woe not Mg machi peace .'
' '" it was
'a atnlained, ,
hut:- first Venture, charges thee f 1) au:- is presently- assigned to the als- troller le 'the-result 'of, ttih. promo- 98 "'Missed By Only-Half Deegree
nerY Into action.' : ' '
. mentioned, 01,1O0up of Panama- ----,,,,................,.,;;. 4,-
.. '.4-e"---- N erthelese. fictent steerageway.- was not ter ship, and: expecte. to' rejoirf' tion a:4 O'latary.,,All appointments
.. ,' ,, ,.... -I. in Enghsh, eY ,
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. sPete-,,t ,,,, ne d. to ,censidt!,, the, maintained; (2) the towing tug tlie Androaleortune here on its will become-effective April 20. ......., 8.--
Man -,' exiles 'are understood to
, ;, t': : 4 ''i:;,-1--
''''' ', he 'Imll" ..t."- I,- r-enctish4, detionap, Maintained too long g, lead: (31 -regular return. from Chilean -- Thomas '.-Se '. i of
' have sought', Cuban military aid
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1 ,'.,.- .-.- 1 rge' SPalus-.---- '''' 1 '1 innin '11 t h ' '' ' ' 'IL. oft,. th ef the If you arts one of those fortunate souls Inured to the tro- to' .help :Panimanten,:',Insureents
' ''' a the rostrinn. -,'" ),, ', after, beg g of rs 4 s eer nortak 1 --,.. ,,,. , ; ,,, ',', accountieg-'Polley'and procedures Stale Depertlenr- i,
,, ,...,..,.
.,. ., lie lugged to
if to -learn that
aliffic4tiltiee, to ;starboard, prempt and Sniff.' 1 .4 ',''', : staff : has,,been,nomed chid ie. pies then ,you will 'not be, greatly, disheartene who, hay en li. :
' a. be slitting in Pan- .,,. II
..' .-,.:'' 4, s,Despite his language
' '' -'' ' deafen,. spoke' 'rapidly ,,,,,and e some, tient ,actimv was not, k n y
: ta e b A '' ' : ' .-.' ,t esterda was 'the hottest day :on the Pacific side since April amass. mountains. --.. ;
succeed Cleary. Y Y , ,. , , , 7 III
' CTI cites, Brihsh- -i- ....
-,... '----,-- 4.,,,,,,,sit 'he deicribed the mot., or tug to bring the Igerlan' Rebels '' "unt"t'
Other, -personnel' who have Ire- lao 115s- -- -':., il : ' .' :4" ', .. ''' '' ., ..
'''. .1.," times alva--r-q -- d 1 b k to its p er h ad ..' ' ' ' '' ed ' y terda 4 te perature Ilse rime Within 'half a degree' More:- recently,; however, the , ,. s- 11 ..,
''' ' to 'difficulties ,,an vase at rop e tent new assignments have been es y o' M
e. .. Cuba's acenem .tablis :re. ing in: the thanriel:: and,,,l4s,- at. II d-C- d'
1 e apture -' --. announced,' an followw ,,,. of breaking the all.time record' for the Canal,,Zone. Cuban government has -made plain press VII
, s big hope tot- a More--eclul '-',4,
' 't h 'the United States,' ,,l- ter') the first eollision "agairist -.;' John E.:4;.: Pitherrassistaid eldef How hot, was it yesterday? :Wel', ''only 013: degree, e- that it did not,wish to 'endorse any m g ,. ,.., x
II Idl ."''
,,. ,, lations NV't .. ,oeogio be-, the-east bank prompt and effi-- tr
B F''e'-'''' h Fdli- e.-- ' ''' i
i' ,, . a It ts Bessiele many 7.;. rnc res,t accountant': aod Chief of th re- cording' to the weather (station. All-time record tor the Canal action violating the aational sov- 111 :,, ,,y ,, ,,,.,,,.., .. ...,
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'..' :: .. .00minge herwfor" dent' action was not taken by ,, ,, ,, :, ,,- ,,,, ,- .. 2'. porta and analysis ;staff to chief 8one-is Mil degrees.: ,, ' , , ereignty of a ceentry.,-, ,:' WASHINGTCou'
6--,,, .. ... tumid vie were hi hie, pllotor, tug to return the yea- '1,-, ALGIERStUPti--Preneli.lereee of the Smeounting talkie nd 8 b d k -0 'It 1 't th he t it' the li 1
r '' ''. (meat "I', be tilde', wav g , s. a Teo- ut as-every o y stow a n e a .... s um r. b
Speaking t '' the American So- s,tat ,., (uPr)--,, the', .,
' -'' .- .1" '41 1 h to explain that set to st:pr,operheading.,, : killed -1,600 A 1,,...1 i t of N w a rs tors ere,
c e y e P Pe P-41 5 J-sePartmese expressed el' '.
.1' l' '' di ,. hands. av s A..4-4-44e.ain -rebels 'and cedures neat-, :",,--C,1'. -':- silty. Or the 'combination of both. And It doesn't. help much maY Yesterday ever "di II.'''' ''' .' .-
'A e e o e a si
, il, ,... ,.. beg. tow money.' ,. i t th tim f th tr n t e,aptured another .,4,60 in. a three- Ruseet,,Jr,,,3ones,4t4stet et-, tbe to knave the present oppressive 'heat is'an annual occurrence'. Castro gat : ,,
(1 Cuba:;'-wouldkeep out at k car., -,.
, ed the attitude of "timidite" .
:'' :: we dian T 6.111W -la of' ,. our Hector 1st Grant was aboard' week offensive, in Abe hills -south rates :,anti analysis -branch te-as-
-. '''',-. .. illou. should not th of' the ttnternal affair& of other ,1, ''! , i
As:usual, nothing will ..lielp 'expect the onset of rain., the ri
B fish pres
-' t : 'country as beggar. The Cuban pee- : the :Andros Venture as Canal- ef. rani the, army renorted' yea sistant -thief accountant and ebief Caribbeaenations.- -.. .' s over high-level. ',: ,.'
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,'' ple are bard working.; They a not eilltit. Grant7was (subsequently terday,, ,-- '... , :, -,,, --s ..- of the r nd.canatysis staff. Cuban', foreign4nInisfer Roberto e, flights to Berlin, ,:. :'
1 Ire b t killed'''' In an auto' accident Titer 'we ' did 1.'m' ntimi : 3 L.4. 14to 17 hief of "th over the' ,Panami hills ,yesterday' but nothing happened on
'' I. I W refer :id gois-ow Y,' 11 1 ... e s, no, o a : e ames-, ,, n.,, e ,, e AgrammiteWas understood to have p . .' '::.1.,. -.,
l arr.; e P h oat while In the States. .; ,' of French,,,easualties,. but ':, they etaime -branch'. Wechief 'of 'the
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' ,' ; ''' With' Mir ow 4....i '' 1'wo ,' different suits art st -. were re,ported,to have run -".about rates ;and- analysis -branch; and faint rainfall' :'' '. 2 hat lvt '
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wh tually being tried- The Canadian 10-per cent of the' rebel ?losses. U-ITY; It.,.., RaYmon0.- (supervisory ,. If all else Is y so :
. fal ma be' me ,aoble-hearted fellow will : i 0 di th t Cr' was ttYing eWSPalPee. 'reports. 0 it ,, ;
thit 1000 ''editors.
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. . shitaping firb, is asking $450,000 :::Authorities said the killed' ,and general Claims. examiner thief take ,esperate meaSpretrivith, an appropriate advertises's:tent.; to',,diseover..the,.-is eked -.4enti-Pan- government"' n ni --,-' --'...'.. s.;
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, Pant which consigned-the' eargri eommanders.. ,, .;,,, ; . : '.-7,-1 ... O'Learrlest, bora ;, In-betwein, :. Meanwhile, keep dreaminte of :tioudburets.:: ..:,'!" ', from setheg, :fren't.:,-Cuba.
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. tamped spOts in the strip which igenerator to supply electricity. .,
,,k, wants in the corridors. I.,, -' '
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4 l 7', .- respond in Most cities 40 yoster- vita 1,.'","'.6.. -..c '". ,,,,,!, , Eisenhower personally bad !sp-,z
4", cut aNay trees at either end of were' under their mosquito nets
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-- 0 felt ' '' '' 1," tinallT reded' r d' th Pur' Int their,:ii days 'On Rey ', White's statement, emphatically- '''-'
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,.., ach to the' stall). The strip' is Island," the Men Ament a good '' rejected, Britian prima- assertions., ,,
! ;'''1, recseetion of thufe'.Cgonelrad; broad- .,,, , ,,.., v
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'",-- t. "He. ca31 Conelrad 'L''''''the beet ,, Governor W. r;Potter wilt Meet '' ,- s' ',, ,,, : ,- ,,b, , Oh the stripe but they found
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jeopardized East-West negotiations ;
"A ,''' ,' available means of carrying infor. with' Latin American Civic Council
','Jeronse B. Hagen and, Sfes.- swam, ,fished and hu It t d with, Russia On' Berlin and,'Ger. E
' I.' ination to the public during sn officers at Santa Cruz on Tuesday. Billy ,C, Ricks and Lloyd SE' Pheuants,-tvild pigeon Iind dove.
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n er knew In advance that The fish and 'birds supplement- ,,,,
. ft' ''',e sDuing the..Conelr cl.test about The public meeting, which ,will
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YAK

Sir:
Time maguine shows a picture of that pore feller the Dalai La Lama
ma Lama who got run outen his country by the Reds an had to walk from
Tibet where he Was the King-God to India where he aint gonna "let
much of a welcome if any. Its a nice picture an shows a nice looken
guy who lookeJ ewful familiar an the more an more I loOked, at his
'picture the more familiar he looked After a while I got it. I knowed
where I seen him before.
!Hen I didnt see him I seen a lot of fellers that looked Jist like
him. In fack, they look more like lamas than Dalai does an M tell
you list where I seen them. Yessiree, any mornin at 9:00 o'clock in
the Administr,s ion Buildin restaurant, look around an you will see
'IS of 20 Dalai Lamas havin there coffee and buns an pastry an such
stuff.
There aint one of them has moren one quarter.of an inch of hah'
en there heads bst like Dalai an most of them work for Phil Steers
decimal point pushers outfit. Some of there heads are flat on ton
with the bristles sticken up high in front with a nice taper to the
ern'. Others are mtmded like a porkypine an no Way of tellin the
front from the back excetp when you git to the eyebrows whieh
dicates you are topmachin the face. In a profile yom..an tell the
front from the, back on most of them.
, nese Dalai Lama hairdos have another nice feature when seen
tinder the new basement lights which oughten be so bright on ac ac-
- ac- count you can sea much more of what you bin missin the past few
years with the pore lightin effecks especially in the mote recent
blonds an readheads.
An that is, a fellers hairline,with the Dalai hairdo seems like its
awful close. to his eyebrows an gives him a sorta wideawake chim chimpanzy
panzy chimpanzy look which becomes real impressive when -,one of them
scratches tis self under the arm.
But iffen the Indians is imbirrassed with the Dalai Lamas Un Unscheduled
scheduled Unscheduled ;hit I got an idea how they can git outen it an keep there
dignity two: All Mt Islebtu has to do is write to Phil Steers att tell
him that there is a guy who is an all around 1,0od feller, smart. an
a refugee who would no doubt make a miner executive type decimal
roint pusher An he his the caret lair& to start with. Course,
thats as blab PS he can git in bur orgsnizstion with that'hairdo. Men
he wants to git In our orcaniption with that hsirde. Men be wants
' to git into 'he-Personal Brewery where- the felleri earn realwages.
he will either have to grow some long wavey hair, or git hts sell
baldheaded, one or tother.
e.,. tams

PRESIDENTS PAST AND PRESENT

Sir:
0
am Avi lling to bet Preiddint Ernesto uardia
dc.z..n't realize that he and many former Presidents of Panama
hal.. very' much in common with some of the great men in his history.
tory. history. ,Take a look. at past events and you will find that BO per per,
, per, cent of history's famous individuals died before their.good deeds
Were recognized. Among these are such names as, Abra,ham Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Queen Victoria and Simon Bolivar.
' Sometime lasti years. Dr. Arpulfo Arias was- quoted la saying
' In:Argentina. that. fair governtnent to 'succeed the
lull support of its people, And who should knew -better than
ArnultO? In 'the, little tiMe he was President in .1940, he
achieVed More than .any uther President. That doesn't kmean
that the others do -their Part.
Why not give President de la Guardia a chance to erve, out
Ids full term, without.any uncalled for revolution? His term will
, soon expire, he promised fair and square elections, so ,why not'
'lea and see?
While everybody seems to know all that is bad about our
esidents, our government and our people, I am going tO give
5 sketchy biographical history of, the presidents I have ltriOwn:
Dr. Harmodie Arlai: As a laddle I saw the U.S. Army .take
i;ver the public, or at least take over Won. Please don't ,ask' me
, Why, because I was Just a small lad at the time. As President in
1$36, Dr. Harmodio -Arias got a new treaty with the United
States, in which it Was estipulated that the U.S. would not in interfere
terfere interfere in the internal' affairs of the republic. As a Colonense, I
can say plat our market was also one of Don Harmodio's gifts
to. us,
Dr. D. Arosemena: This Colonenses is the first President
elected by voterrs with cedulas, defeating note other than the
great Don Francisco Aries Paredes. As ,Ciovernor of Colon be
feouYht the U.S. governthent tooth and nail for the statue of
.Col:Imbus which now stands on our Peseci Cincuentenatio. It
used to be at the Hotel- Washington; then owned by the U.S.
government. His untimely death was a great loss to the repuhlic,
especially for Colon.
Probably his greatest gift was the Amador Guerrero HMI HMItil,
til, HMItil, which today is a haven for many oldtimers who gave the.
U.S. government the best yesrs of their lives in the construction
of the Panama Canal, 'and are now kicked out of their, homes
on the Zone for every reason from old age to bad health, Theee
men are even denied the right to medical tare on the Canal
Zone.
' Yet we have some fools who claim Panama is unfair to the
Negro race. although Panama receives as with open arms ,even
though it doesn't owe us a thing.
Another important gift by the late Z. D. Arosemena is the
Olympic Stadium. Had our government spent more m' I 'ry on the
' recreation of students and youths, they would forget ail about
politics. In J.D.'s time we had all kinds of,athletic meets. even
Latin American Olympics. Today the Russians and the U.S. are
world powers because they are also tops in athletic sports.
Dr. Arnulfe Arias: It would take a book to write all there
th to know About the accomolighments of Don Arnulfo during his
short stay in office in 1940. Pefore Arnulfo's time, Almost everY
' industry was owned by Olen& esoecinlly Chinese. All they used
to do was sell nut to their rountryrnen os soon as, they got rieh
enough,' nnd left the country with all their moneyToday,,,,thanks
to Amino. nlmost 75 percent of ull,bUstnesS 'and Industr is
Owned by Panamaniens.
Then there are the labor lawseight hours in the day time
and seven hours et nightSeguro Social Pensions. which elves
a pensioner much more than he gets from the Panama Canal
COMOanY.
NoW there is Ernestito's "Point Four" program. which' u
see it..will take from tyro to five years to bear fruit. When it
does vou can bet he. like the others, will be almost completely
forgotten.
lie has done more for education than any other Presideni.
in fact. that is is greatert mistaketoo. much education and
, not enough recreation is the thing that 'turns students te
Aim Whv doesn't the government-owned racetrack run' twO or
, three. sweeeqakes a year to finance a reereational Program" for
, youths? S'Ileday deal more extensively With tbiS SablACt.
Ginger Know All.

COMMAND R

It is tinted in Your 'nisei that yet inother Navy CommanAer is
, due to torrive in order to "keep 'em fioatine hereabouts." Whatta
' iituvit. Aetu, liv his main lob, wbich li pretty important, ii to Pee
': thst no unauthoriTed civilians get into the Rodman or Coed' movies
? durilo his tour of duty.
, wbile vow. paner did not cover the upcoming Commander's
. fret:Owl for MI all important post of movie sleuth. He COMPS to us
41 direct from tiiiimphi pot commonly accordod the rink and fileof
' ritn-of-tbe-mill Nsval officers. Just before leaving his last aisign aisignIneut
Ineut aisignIneut he caucht two seaman first-class setting in seats normally af af,'
,' af,' foreibil offieers. ,,
' 1 ,Thift tin of dilleence is what we Inuit have on the West Bank.
to rot normallv realized hut during the past three weeks, no tower
; an five unauthorized civilians viewed movies at Co Coll and Rod Rodtau,
tau, Rodtau, :I 4 To) the former soot they wore disguised as nalm-pots and there theret
t theret 1,v otoisted attenonn. Put such auhterftsies will be easily detected
.,1, y Our stew movie sleuth, and we authorized personnel con relax.
Matt C. Vein
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ST. LOUIS No one hal., Ihe
blues here in the -second capttal
of the Teamsters' empire '1,hougn
reports seeping eown item; toe
northland have Jim ,pulp
ling a sudden dramatic switch by
resigning or taking a leave of ab,-
sence trom the presidency.
If this' report came trom any
other source except the one trom
which it sprang, you could mark
it gdown to a' bit of the regular
whimsy which pours out of the
Teamsters' propaganda office
these days. But it comes from no
less a man of intellectual subs substance
tance substance and caution than Dr. Na Nathan
than Nathan Feinsinger, Professor of Law
at the, University of Wisconsin.
The' professor is a man of many
specialities and Jim Hoffa not
only is one of them, but is a good
friend, too. Nate Feinsinger
ed arrange a great banquet for
Hoffa baelt in April '56. The edu educator
cator educator also is an intimate of Hof Hoffa's
fa's Hoffa's confidant and lawyer, Dave
Previant..
Certainly the professor qUali qUalifies
fies qUalifies as an authority on the phe phenomenon
nomenon phenomenon known as Hoffa.
Recently Dr. Feinsinger ran a
seminar on this rival to the space
age. The professor, Oho needs td
work from notes like Picasso needs
a finger painting lesson, made
certain that he spoke from a pre precise
cise precise manuscript this time. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently he wanted it on the re record.
cord. record. He reported that he believed
that Jim lioffa would be willing
to step down and be replaced by
someone who would not' hulk up 1
as an obstacle to the Teamscre
rejoining the AFL-CIO.
There are other substantiated
reasons to believe that this is ac accurate.
curate. accurate. I base this OW conversa conversations
tions conversations in-New York, Washington
and here in ,St. Louis, home citv
of Haffa'a alter ego, Harold Gig Gigbons,
bons, Gigbons, carrier of the dispatch case.
Brother Gibbons, lanky,' ex-Socialist,
is the Teamsters' exezu
tive vice president. Despite the
constant berme against the u union,
nion, union, Gibbons still is able 'to carry
that dispatch case across some
mighty powerful threshholds on
several continents.
Recently he flew to London and
'drove to the suburban pig farm of
British Labor Party leader Nye NyeBevan.
Bevan. NyeBevan. Since the beginning of tile
Year, Gibbons has mixed with In Influential
fluential Influential political leaders, judges
and. some law enforcement peo
pie.
If Holla steps out, Gibbons
steps in with a lift from Jim Jimmie,
mie, Jimmie, whe trusts him, But too
much of that trusting business
leaves Hoffa cold, Jimmie con control
trol control Gibbons, just its he controls
the other vice presidents. Step Stepping
ping Stepping .down would not mean step stepping
ping stepping awaylfrom the driver's seat
of the giant On, wheels. Almost
unnoticed, Haft; who will, sp3ak
here tomOrrow, has tightened his
hold 'in the past few months. 1
, Haft, whose organizing genius
'makes, Hatmibaf seem like an ele elephant
phant elephant trainer, simply 'cut the
country into' sections. He then put
each of his trusted vice presidents
in tharge of an area. They took
irdluence away from any of
the local lads whit, might develop
rags-to-Hoffa ambition, as Hei Hei1
1 Hei1 fa himself did when, be took power
by using Detroit as an operatity
base. That can't happen again.
Jslow there are no rivals.
So Hoffa needn't worry about
Istepping back in if he moves out
for a while. It will still be his u union.
nion. union. What does be do in 4he mean meantime?
time? meantime? He could pull a Petrillo by
simply going back to his Detrait
local. Prow there he could ope operate
rate operate as trustee of the big Cen Central
tral Central and Southern States Teams Teamsters
ters Teamsters ivelfare and pension funds.
These have fifty. perhaps over
sixty million dollars In them. Some
S40,000000 already is invested in
everything from fruit groves to a
62,000,000 Atlanta motel which has
a swank eatery with violinIsts
strolling around in white tie and
tails.
Each year as much as 630,600,000
more will pour in. This golden cas cascode
code cascode is being placed In-banks all
over the land. It will take consi considerable
derable considerable management. Whosver
handles the hundreds of millions
of dollars will sit with brokers, fi financiers,
nanciers, financiers, land owners and the
biggest construction executives.
Already Hoffa has announced
that the' Teamsters will be advis advised'
ed' advised' by The Real Estate Research
Corp. of Chicago. Among their
other clients are Inland Steel,
Prudential, Insurance; Americah
Airlines Housing and Home Fl Flnance
nance Flnance Agency and none other than
the government's General Servi Services
ces Services Admilstration.
After he has sweated it out on
the stiff shirt .circuit, Hoff will
be able to, walk back into the
Teamsters as president.
In the south, that's what they've
saying about the man.
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Edith Pigs' recovery can be
fractal to hor great, amour for
artist Douglas Davis. Corinne
Calvet will let Jeff Stone know
by lylay 1.5 if 'she will' file...Chris file...Christine
tine file...Christine Jorgensen will take her case
to the tztate Suprente Court.
Susan Smith of the New Yorker
mag and legalite' James Henry
blend abotzt July, 1st, according
to La' Umbra eavesdrOppert.',..,.
Audrey Meadows' estranged hits hitsband,
band, hitsband, Randy ,Rouse, seen about
town with pretty' Me Hash Weston.
.Linda Christian has Gussie Mo Moran's
ran's Moran's Eddie Hand in a spin.). .Ca .Cara
ra .Cara Williams, parted from John'
Barrymore, Jr, Is hoop-dee-doodling
with Tv writer Wm. August.
Martha Hyer, another AeacP?-
Awards loser, was cheered
up by actor George Nader.. In--
timatea'report that Marlene Die Dietricit
tricit Dietricit ;tintt,- her tozigitittist; FistitranS-.
ed grOlont',ntizzo win(Cy6up'matters
this year. .,Itinglink Bros'. -cirt.
cus exec RobertDover and. An;
toinette, the lovely blonde,- tra trapeze
peze trapeze star in ft, quietly abrogated
their long-time' marriage. A
midtown contic's off-beat quips
on religion infuriated a ringsid ringsider,
er, ringsider, who tried to slug him.
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Charles Boyer and Paul Gre-g
ory, producer of ,"Mariage Go
Round" are- nearing the 'don't
invite state because of the star's
vacation plans. .When proudeer
H. Clurman and Stella Adler di divide
vide divide (after a long separation) in intimates
timates intimates say he will wed actress
Juleen Compton. ichard
Greene's next bride will be Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Summer. Art Aragon, the
fighter, is hopeful of winning
Barbara Stanley. .23 Vear old
Prince Khala Seam' (King Ihn
Saudis cousin) hag flipoed his
burnoose over Birdland singer
Annie Ross. Nightly roses, his
Rolls at ber disposal and all that
gosh. .The upcoming musical,
"Gypsy," raided the Latin Quar Quarter,
ter, Quarter, taking five dolls. Desitu
kept the mop about its stock is issue
sue issue in the imme-liate family. The
studio's top producers learned a about
bout about it In the papers. Min Torn

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sorry to disappoint the splitter splitteruppers.
uppers. splitteruppers. --,
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Ingrid Bergman's daughter, Pia,
a lovely thing, is the reason col college
lege college student Robert Marcus
wears that pained expression.
Hedy Lamarr's it.age,3Denise I.,;e,
was the looker with Naval Cadet
G. Speare, Jr. at, Mr. PriMe
Ribs. .Nathaniel Banks, author
of "Season of Choice" (which de debuts
buts debuts tonight), is a Souolern' so
ciente. Singer Kathy Barris
most ardent pursuitor is Peen Peenrateur
rateur Peenrateur Gene Gruber. ,the SO SOny
ny SOny Skylars have twinfants. b, Wm.
Tallman, the District, Attorney la
"Perry Mason," and his wife re reconciled.
conciled. reconciled. r ."Destry t Rides A Again'''
gain''' Again''' is being sdvertised as 'the
"Sirst Musical Western"; .What
ttr
was "Oklahom ?" :'
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', H. St4anfn-'q' t rmer, ',wife,
Marguerite' is"' hitrothed 1 to '''', It
West-,Coast realtor.I.Rita Atlan Atlanta,
ta, Atlanta, eurrentlY peeling at the 'rroc
in Philly,4, has- -an ,Ahlorce Colo Colonel
nel Colonel mad about her. .I1 o p
Hampton did the hand-bolding bit
with rest estater George Armit Armitage
age Armitage st the Versailles. She will ti title
tle title her autobiog, "Diamonds Can
Be Cruel". .The Israeli song Ed Eddie
die Eddie Fisher sang to his fiancee
Liz in Vegas ("Haga Noglia")
wilt I be published with. her face
on the title page. .Two platter
firms want Fisher when his Vic Victor
tor Victor deal expires. .Dody Good Goodmon
mon Goodmon has, new beau. He is pia pianist
nist pianist Murray Grand, Me new
No. I. ditty.. "Come Softly To
Me," reminds listeners of "yes
Sir, That's My 'Baby". .Ed- Mitr Mitrrow's
row's Mitrrow's "Small World," which dis discussed
cussed discussed peace, was sponsored by
a gun mfr.
.
Mae West's May 3rd act on the
Dean Martin show, it is assum assumed,
ed, assumed, will first go to the laundry.
. Judi Meredith and Barry Coe
doused the flame that burned
brichtly for more than a year
. .The new Oxford English dic dictionterv
tionterv dictionterv will inclurle Bon. Be-Boo
and Boprer. .Chris James, a
modelulu (and ex-Gleason show'.
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gal), and. her groom' have the
wedache: a boy for the Hil Hilliard
liard Hilliard E. Mlles.-The mama was
Rosalie Wickersham; daughter of
Lt. General C. AN. Wickersham'.
- -Joanna ("Me Jane") Bemis,
a Smith College Phi Beta Kap Kappa,
pa, Kappa, memorizei a script in one
feeding. Show biz is like this:
Ann Blyth teamed with her
brother-in-law (Dennis Day) to
recortiJan album of Cole Porter
tunes. The platter, finished 3
weeks ago, Is held Uri because of
the argumenti-"Who lets top billl
ing?" 7,-
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'First timpression,"' the
cal, mit oltet eriticSAbitth
ticket 'brokers are getting $25 per
oair for the sellout. Phyllis
Newman of that show-and' David
Mankin, heir to the Fields Dept.
store, hide-a-woo at the ne spot
called "k Corner of ,Hawalints
Dorneiiibi Mocluentil' ist-unheppy
becatisi7hit hew, otia Cie
Barribind," 'isn't the,' cliek his
Volaret,' was, ..Saminy Davis
Jr's. latest conquest is Cataing
talk. A paleface cutie. Me film
will make F. Scott Fitzgerald a
sweeter, warmer man than the
book did. ?The Duke and Du Duchess
chess Duchess of' Windsor sail for Yurrop
first week in May. They never
fly, t .East Berlin black -market
operators get lhe equipvalent of
316'for 'one copy of any Elvis
Presley waffle.
Harry Truman'S visit to Los
Angeles resulted in 35 bids from
TV movie makers. To narrate
and act. .George "Anne Frank"
Stevens' next epic will be "The
Greatest Story Ever Told," a 10
million dollar production. His
staff will surnmar;se 60,000 books
written in English shout Christ.
.The reason Zsa-Zsa walked
out of 4he Academy Awards
show: Ther wanted to paint a
gag on her bare back. Jimmy
Starr, the movie historian. ,flew
to Vegas to offer Eddie Fisher,
the leading role in his planned
film. Japanese carpet is flood flooding
ing flooding the market. U. S. ho44-la are
the big, buyers. The "Flower
Drum Song". Advance 'sale is
still more than a million,
town's heftiest,. 90 percent of
the Oscars went to -movies releas released
ed released after July. .20th Century CenturyFox
Fox CenturyFox -is Polishing" its newest
find, beautiful Jackie Hayes,
Cope ctitie fewseasons ego.
Victor Borges flu attack cost
him 3100.000 in bookings. .Peg .Peggy
gy .Peggy Martin, ''usherette at "La
Plume," appeared iti over 40 si si,
, si, lent movies. ,' Itose Charles in
che, l'Our Town" 'revival. weds
Charles Rose on the 30th. .Dem .Democrat
ocrat .Democrat bigwig' Paul Butler approv approvMorley;
Morley; approvMorley; daughter, Ka--
ren's groont-to-be. Itot Russell
and Fred Brisson, her husband,
will Summer with the Duke and
Duchess of Windsor at their villa
near Paris, .,,,,The ,horse. in "Ra "Rashomon"
shomon" "Rashomon" getil 3132 a, Week..
Joan C,ohn, widow of the late
lywood s,udio boss' (Harry Cohn)
and Harry.A(srl (Marie McDon McDonald's
ald's McDonald's ex-husband) privately ad admit
mit admit they dropped merger. plans
over religion. They denied it pub pub'
' pub' hely. .Clire te 'Claire; talent talented
ed talented violinist at' the, Diplomat (oti
E, 52nd Street),, is actually Count Countess
ess Countess fiegedua of
tarbots estort tat Romeo Salt
ta's wet jeweler Lads Arpels, no
'romance, Merel gay talk and
sighing. '..latquehne 'Park may
invade TV a 'Betty Furness
for' the Riven Sofa to. on the
Coast. Malone tells
lohip and 'Jacques know
, haven't reathed the InergeNalk
stage ,'yet, maldng all' those to to!limner
!limner to!limner items look ridiculous. ,,.'
rb most different doll in Vegas
Is,. tormor'' Boatony-mtidel Judy
Smith, who makes 'the ''rotinds
wearing a tight Mollie and white
, shortshorts.'' liegfeld 'never did
anything better than the Stardust
(Vegas); show., Broadway ',would
enjoy it' even ff theyrench gals'
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Republitan. national chairman
sometimes begins a long warback.
In the-case of handsome, -,- lik likable.
able. likable. Sen.- t-'I'hrus'.on, .-Mor',ota of
Lonisvilie, ,clated -back to-the
lose election when: be was:: eat
ing uphill battle,. against :po,
tent Sen. Earle' Clemente; an, exgovernor-of
-Kentlicky..---4--!-
Morton:: a young congressman,
wag, given-About as, migA -chance
to defeat Clements as an unknown
filly 'running. against Tim 'Tem in
the Kentucky ,, Derby.) ,However,
Chandlet-, nominal
Democrat,-;hade a ideal with the
Republicans tn. inving motes- away
front Clements,' and, by 'a slender
margin of ii000,iotes, Morton won.
- Happy, Chandler ,hasn't besitat
ed to remind -KenluqLt Ito.110117
cans 'of their debt,,, ,J,
Once-during,. a. 'tight biidget
battle- be appeared-personallylefire
p Republican -secret 'caucus
and reminded thenWl.!Youtte got
to sipport' ine ,opt 'o this', caucus
because gave you, Wo-Repubbcan
senator" If sit 'hadn't been
for me-,Mortoi Avouldn't air
senate
Retninded ,their'debt,'s Repu Republicans
blicans Republicans marched out and -.voted'
right down the line for the -.."Democratict"governor
of Kentucky.
One Of &inmost important parts
of that debt. however,. still,- re remains
mains remains unpaid. This will be denied.
but it ,waa agreed that when pen
Place for him in tbe Senate.
That's the' ineide' renion --for
Morton's nremotion ". to ,be chair
man of the,.- Republican national
committee. '
Morton Ilan going to resign
from the Settee right 'WOW: He'll
hold both 'jobs for a time. But no
man can 'run the Republican
tional committee and even ,begin
to 'do an adeouate job as aemator:
so in Abe nnt too distant future,
watch for- Morton to 'resign from
tbe Senate ito Happy Chandler Can,
have himself aiopointeCto the Se.'
nate lust !before his term as go governor
vernor governor expires. ,
Then' the delpt will be maid.'
SENATE CONFIRMATIONS
Some of 0Adm. Lewis Strauss's
business ',friends, plus Arthur
Krock of the New york Times,
have been' needling. newspapers
to dentilnd'Aill early cionfirmation
of the adnii:el, ,Secretary ,,, of
Commerce.- ,
However,' 'Members of.'the.
nate Interslate ,And Foreign Com.,
tierce com mittee 'upon, whont, t,he
pressure 'is, being applied, have
had A.' sad, experience ,yith rush
jobs when nomes to ,confirinal
tow.'
In -at least four 'Ohm:, Cities:they'
pushed quick, confirmations of
important Eisenhower appoint appointpea,.
pea,. appointpea,. only. Iiij!tve been ;backfire?,
They; were: 1,1:!. pi
e itpetve e
Cent missionee, 'Itlehard Mick 'if
the ltderai "Communieations Coin
mi slob The 'White 'House urged
an early confirmation Pf
so senators Smathers and Holland
of Plorldt- obligingl ',went 'along.
So did' chairman Warren Mngnti Mngntison
son Mngntison of Washington and other mem memhers
hers memhers of the Commerce' Committee.
Result: now -tinder
for inonte in
connection f, witlk, tbe Channel 10
case in Miami. This time Sena Senatori
tori Senatori Smathers, a member of tbe
rommerce Committee. tells
frierds he wants the Committee
to look before it leaps.
Commissiener- George McCort McCortnaughoy
naughoy McCortnaughoy of the FC Work Worklor,,
lor,, Worklor,, the Bell Telephone Com Company
pany Company in hie yet was. nominated
to a -commisslon where be had to
regulate the,,telephone 'company.
Sen. Mike Monroney ot Oklahoma
gave Mm a cursory cros,s-examifrontage
is 'Iltovered with' peek peekaboo
aboo peekaboo nylon. Mai March, plans
having his nose prettified. .Cai
tro's Chief of, Police Gutters tflie's
27) and ex,Latin Quarter cutie
Jacqueline. Cotton ,triade it pub public
lic public at Casa Cugat. Jackie Glea Gleason
son Gleason says be will- return to Fry as
soon as it, ruha-out ,of Sheriffs.
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cases,'falled of reappointment and 1,, '',,
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of the lrederal Trade 'Commis 'Commission
sion 'Commission ss-avas cross, s' examined' ,by v
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chairman Magnuson of -the, toms
merce -3 committee regarding :the
fact that he had represented' vas
rious companies including Firess!
tone before the commie:don- which
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man whotleve Sherman Adams the "4. t
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the FCCWas tuyestigated by the
Senate.- elections committee !bit
being ,Toer McCarthy stooge dus--1 34
ring the highly unusual Maryiand
campaign to defeat Sen. Millard
Tydings., Lee's record was not
good., 31,
Despite this, the Adinmates'
tion demanded a Speedy copfirs
mation and the, Commeree
Mittee,'.4)1C'd himr, Later -Lee
teamed up With. Mack'ond
natighey'' in' 'various 'TV grants
which' have been exposed',' by the
Moulder investigation and upset
by the tourts.,43 '3 ;,,t
'Matte why senatbri On ''' the
Commerce Committee want to go
slow regarding ouch an impbrtant
appointee 'a cabinet, memher, .34
especially after he in the very
center' of the biggest confliet-of-
Interest ,case Uncovered so lir 'in' or,
this ,administration- 7 7', Pi
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that 7 &Strauss's, 'No., 2 ,nten,
dersecretary of Commerce, John
Allen.; .s,
Senators :bave
that -Allen set up a tai.evasicat
scheme for the biggest ,Chinese
gambler in northern. California.
It's all a3 matter of court ,reiord.',;
Yet senators are now ,asked
confirm ,Allen ,hurry,
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state adjutant general', ejnobilited
the- 4i4i.st Field
at; Itichlii6a;i 'and. 'the''tlast -"Tanit
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-'Tivo 'other, unite, the 242n41,i4ranl
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Till and the.-,623rd Artillery
41aagow 1.130.3.r.re
'2. elerted.,
vven permlasiukt
te MOVIt troops into ,',the; 'strike
areCkne?rt, Monday 'without ureter
F.,' orderg."::, pandier : authorized ;him
move' trootas soeper at his
- discretion.y. sn'ns,'
' The- ,first.-Of four reemialseance
groups,, reimposed ..of ,a !battalion !battalioncomnsandir
comnsandir !battalioncomnsandir and t:-Stsigi:-. and
, componr,k6Minanders'' and ,their.
a, staffs, 'Jett' .-for,the4oaP
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ville, Pikeville, .;.,.and opreatts Out.
nearby ',end-, ',towns.
Ville ,,,r;rderi.,1, haVe:giVeil 'thein
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InainiSiii 'flew .'and :order "this
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with -them
&tors VilaW.--.:,officials;'',' be beseeched
seeched beseeched them ,everrway in' the
world,-, :but that noSe, past.!tys
tried desperatel'j0- 'get -my', peo
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WASIIINOTOICTUBIlA list ',Of
50 narctities peddler& sent,',14 this
tountryAo, Cuba's ,Castro goVern goVernment
ment goVernment to 'help stanip OuLtimi doPe
traffic', With the, Cnited States was
rePoreCTesterday to' have:Aiiip have:Aiiippeered
peered have:Aiiippeered PhlysteriouslY.;: ,:,,
''S,I'llareotics'ZCOmmissioner
Harilf',Z-,,Anslinget, said- the',Ais the',Ais.
. the',Ais. aPPearance'Was 'reported to' 'bint
by, Castro., Verde,. Cilban repre representaijve
sentaijve representaijve 'of the 'International
liet:''Organization,"21nterpol., The
list at sent, to the' Havana' office
of Cubaly .President Manuel : Vt.
Afislinger 4,'sard't Verde're'Ported
that Urrutia's, aides referred him
to -Havana police after the, disap disappearance
pearance disappearance -was discovered but 'that
they, told him they-had nd know knowledge
ledge knowledge 4of the list.. Verde then asked
-for ',another ,cotiy,,, the ,,Pareotics
coMmissioner., said;
The was made 'OP in Janu January:
ary: January: by', Analltrger's 'staff' ,' : the
.request" of 'Antonio e la arrera,
d e
thon, private secretary,to Urrutia.
Anslinger, said ,about SO of-the
50 4,names were peddiera arrested'
but' never' prosecuted -by the Ba Batista,,regime.
tista,,regime. Batista,,regime. Th Narcotics 'Bu 'Bureau'
reau' 'Bureau' lurnished short dossiers
oh some;,'of 'the traffickers' and
aVallable in.formation on their
whereabetits :
AtteriCAn' nareotict and Cus Customs
toms Customs officials'. appeared to darer'
0' n 4, Jost bow aggressively Castro
government is' ,,' moving e' agalst
narcotics dealers and shippet
. Top customa agents' here said
the. Castro government Is making
10M1sincere effort", end has, been
' "very cooperative' ,,',They ,.said
' they were following up in the UM UMted
ted UMted States leads passed along by
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per Aiy lyagi inreaseir vallest, tor
tb6 p4ektf.', tontOcter it'':1-;'?;
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pleketa,1,:) ?;,. -;:,:"4;
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truckLairshot, dewn id the ineu ineuing,gim;hattlaii
ing,gim;hattlaii ineuing,gim;hattlaii rrison
pieltetj':waai hospital hospitaletonioeb'''
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Porioe arrested Alldhanl,
!Iltutteritillles :King and'. Democrat
' Marew; '44,-, oh,
charget,,of ,mordets.
apparent dynamite'
danlaged .a,',eonveyor
the ',non-union 'Add -Coitt at
Coulbs,!1,," Ky : early.t yesterditY:1
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entoref, ineidentoref, flyPamitint a. ince ;the trlke
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,about:Judging, the Cubtenareoties
enforeement4 lie,- ilec4wil,tted
to,wait -and,,,see whether-ifiyAtath
tickers '-iire proseuted,, 41.64,:;b6W
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geVorkinized7 itte this t'area;"1.:He
expli'essed, doubt:That 4t, 3 had smt smtfielent
fielent smtfielent bategtiel experts.)::,,,Ft:e- ,,
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Treasurer.- Warren ,; ',Herding
said: he'd had al pleiiiast' that, is
the tourthouSe. crridor,l, with a
strangerwho told, hits he 'had:just
been', indicted'. ow: three, founts lof
passim!' bad .,ehocks.1A
',Harding the, ,'conversatien
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ciety Society will sponsor a display of rare
coins the Cristobal high School
on Monday so that studente of the
School- may 'view coins of the Ro Roman
man Roman empire,: gold: coins ; front 42
different countries, early Spanish
colonial a complete! type
set of United- States coins 'inciad-'
int a ; half tents, three', centsi '20
centr Ilse some of ther, pre-lude-pendence
mins knOwn al Coloolai
coins. ;,
Tuesday a -special ,.disolay
will be- given at, the Cristobal-C;
Chib'
Fraternal; cocial oe echo& -organization,
mar': arrange for. 'the
display,cnd' an 'experton" coins to
gnawer All tinestions by ',nailing
Capt.g Frank lerley -in Cristobal
er Eari, Dailey in Balboa for place placement;
ment; placement; en the'- schedtdo Ior
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APril, ;0; 2L' and 22 !in ,the Rana.'
ma. island ,area off ,TOrts Gibck
Jaake.'' ;.,; Headquarters,
LIS,:Armi Caribbaan .,,,Announed
t?between Cht ,bourrot .7 a.m.
and Charges
wilt 'be trad'.'The;'matimitin
tad". iviltbs,"fr:150 foet,,,matimum
boi.izoatst ;Taipei;
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'he condUcted ,by
elements of ,the US,' Army. Carib.
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Atew,Aprii,:20,".,21,;,22 and 246 lira
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a: Masimum horizoital tangs of
400,,,,feet odd lieoafaty,,factors
lout,lhays 'of :.t
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;.for. the Rio .Rato training
area; April. 20.24 .and.April 27 30.
practke ;ha
Ow a '4,24.hour.a.day basts,. will
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mazimum4, horizontal ;tiang41, is
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.. WASHINGTON,' April 18 (UPI)
--!....1114 ,, United:, Stater, reported-,
ly; is studying ,a 'new Romanian of.
ler' to discus. settlement' ef each
'country's fitialicial claims ,,against
the other,1 informed goitre's ;said
today.. $h ,,, ,- e ', ''''' i I ,, ", ,
It wet: learned that Romania's
offer ,ito renew negotiations tame
some time ago. ,But no decision
has yet been made, here. on re reply;
ply; reply; it,,ivai said.. ,,',.2-, ',,
' The &tufted States' meanwhile is
proceeding-to: Aiquidate some ;0
million dollars, In Bonianian att attbeta
beta attbeta 'seized' a ',4Partial comminsa
tion"to American claimants who
suffered losses- from.. Romama's
seizurirof, property in World, war
'IA ;,,,T,', :?-1, 1. ,,
- 'COngress ,PasSid a. pubili law
in 1955 directing the seizure and.
liquidation et the Romanian as assets
sets assets 1 at partial compensation for
American claims: ""
,The jViar 'r Claims ComilliSSIOn
has Yet to' determinceitactly how
much the ''American .claims total.
But thep reportedly 'are '. well
above.4the tRomanian assets' lei.
ed in' retaliation. '' ,,
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Herb-Jeffries '
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TO tiet Quickie, ,"
Mekican;'Diyorce'-!,
'' 3t1AREt;', !dealt:to (IJP6., -,'-'. Ne Negro'
gro' Negro' Anger.. Nerb Jeffries" Is ,eit.
pected to get a quickie &yore in
Juarez today so :he can marry
white tripper Tempest Storm.
",JeffrieS, 44, nifid petition for di ditwee
twee ditwee ,',Wednesday under his real
itamt. Witert ,Jettries .Ball.' As
grounds he ',.. cited incompatibility
of 'character., '.' k ..-
, The' Negro'''. billid singmq and
the buaom ,' rtlear7old burlesque
que,i 'I antounce(' earlier ,- this
Iwnoeettettheayfi'watime,11 to arr, ,,,,ti),4tot, h:aye
'' Jiffries ,,. married', Elliibeth A.
Ittlit..Nt!vt.T 2.' ,1950,' in 1411 Vegas,
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maid''cus "of two, children will
be ewer, the' einger'; Both' tbe
children,' Fern Mirabelli,' 12, ,and
itconana;.7, are' bew ',, living with
Jeffries' Inether.",;', '
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Sir" d 'AO 443'
, on s
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4.sEttouL (up') Ttopublic -of
Korea,' counter Intelligepee, offi
cials yesterday 'reported a 'total'
of 1,443 Communist North' Korean
spies had been ';arrested lime the
IP53 ,
Scores, ,others were 'shot and
,by t military patrtds
trying to Anfiltrate through,,',,, the
',trues), line' or' by sec 0
, Most Of those 'arrested haii been
'tried and tonvictek tthe 'officials
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SNOW4 BRINGS' SALES,:
1,- NEW (UPI )--The third
annual automobile thowt, which
ended lad night brought 40 mil million
lion million 'dollar, in tiles to. 70 tit
makers' front ,nine tountries it
was annouriced,
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FRzwiLL tlINCRE014-4njoying the .gOodhtiniot whicli cimracterized the -farewell luncheon
Friday for Stephen V. IsT;Powelson are:, (I. to r.) spanal comptroller Philip L. Steers, Jr.. Powel Powel-
- Powel- soni, newly appointed deputy comptroller Arth ur .1.''. O'Leary, and,' Floyd' Daldwin, general Au-,
Altor of the. panam. ,,Co.nalCoMpany.77,, -' 7. ...z.:T-T -- ,, ,'- ,,,;', 1
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Mite& Stephen V. N.--,Powelson at
a farewell. luncheon In, the Fern
Rootn".of the Guest 110116e 1
rT,IditYm ,-,
refOielsol; ,who has been 'deputy
comptroller ,of .the Panama Canal',
Co:, for -Abe past three years,. re-,
algnek,this ,week to accept a. po.

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LETTER HOME Secorid Lt Kaiig ,Suk Ilhee of the
" KOrean army writes a letter home ftmn ,his barracks rOom at
Fort, Denning, Ga., Lieutenant Rhee, foster son of President Presidentand
and Presidentand Mrs.,S3rngman Rhee, is attending the 'Infantry School's
officer leadership course. -,
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BOSTON;;Apri1:18 (UPI)
A .nidApril .'snowstornt whit whitened
ened whitened ',seetiont' of the northern
plains, and, NeW England today in
a resurgenee,et witter weather..
Two to-tivo' inches of wet snow
snappedPower lines' in Montan
Thursday, ,,'elosled three roads and
isolated 'the-eattle-,town of Ear Earlowton,
lowton, Earlowton, Ment.'

One,- ,to- two ; inches of snow
nwcot-Portions of Wyoming, North
Dakota .and, Maine, while freez freezing
ing freezing tain,,plagued,northern
sots' during the' night,,- '"'''
below the enow end cold belt,
Wring Irettintahled4 foothold with
readings. climbing -into the 70s
'Monday As far, north es sonthern
New,England.,
Hartford, Conn,, reix;rted a rec recing.the,vrevious
ing.the,vrevious recing.the,vrevious mark set in 1912

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,iik'COUNTERFEIT RINO BROKEN--rirst break in a nationwide
"!'counterfeiting case came with the arrest of ,1Virs..,Alva ,Jane
,;;Kirk.10, lett, and Vida Jane Mel Winton,. 14, itiAlonaton, Tex.
They're tharged with passing bogus 1100 bills originating in-:
Chleagn. 'T-men have recovered more than 1750,000 in counter
:.'"feit The .viomen,::are,:seFompanied by thekr; lawyer; ,'
; 9olding, ,
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sitini in Paris with a' leading'. Am American
erican American industrial corporation..:
' Canal Co. ,comptroller Philip L.
Steers, -Jr, spoke at the tondo tondosiow
siow tondosiow of the lincheon., He. Mention Mentioned
ed Mentioned ,hia close association with Po Powelson
welson Powelson Ashen both, were, on duty
with the American Government
in ,Europo.,

by one degree. Chicago had toP I
of 76 for its wpmest day of the,
Boston.registered. a mild 73 de degrees,
grees, degrees, in;contrast to 0, high,of 35
and snow in.Oaribou, 1Vtaine,
A cold sair mass pushed east eastward
ward eastward during the-night, dropping
readings into the 20s andlOs from
the northern Great Lakes through
the Dakotas and Montana and
south through Colorado.
Weatherman predicted the cold
air would advance through most
of the Great Lakes area and
across Iowa and Nebraska. Show Showers
ers Showers and thunderstorms wera ea eapected
pected eapected from Texas and the Gulf
states northward to Nebraska.

YALE GETS MANUSCRIPTS
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) --
Novelist J. P. Marquand, a Har Harvard
vard Harvard graduate, left all his manu manuscripts
scripts manuscripts to Yale, it was announced
today. The collection Includes a
dozen or so novels, short stories
and essays and the dramatized
version of his novel "The Late
Zeorge Apley."

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Acting ofat behalf of Gov. Potter)
Steers presented Powelson with a
gold key to Panama Caul tuad a
certificate as honorary ,aide to
the Governor. It was mentioned
that' Pima ison is the first em employs
ploys employs of the office of the comp comptroller
troller comptroller to be awarded such a
tific ate.
On behalf of those present,
Steers, presented, Powelson with a
gold' initialed belt buckle. He
drew a hearty laugh when he told
Powelson that having two middle
initials bad cost the donors an
extra ten dollars.
Assistant comptroller A. J. O'-
Leary also Made a brief speech
and presented Powelson, with a
special photographic memento.-
, in replyr,Powelson Abanked
those present for the luncheon,
the gilts, and the' pleasant asso assoeiations
eiations assoeiations cd the past three, years.
He promised a hearty welcome to
Paris for those visitittg in his fit fitture
ture fitture home town.

it the ,bead table, in addition
to the above, were LeRoy Magnu Magnuson,
son, Magnuson, T. H. Scott, Floyd Baldwin,
Patrick Conely, Miguel Corco, Sr.
Clay. Randel, and Fred Denton
who offered grace for the lunch
eon,. 1
'rhos :attending the luncheon
veere LarrY Jenrich, John Fisher,
J.,R; Johnston, John Montayne,
Jim Fulton, 011ie Riesh, M. B.
Huff,, Al Jenkins, Howard Turner,
Joe Turnero and Howard Sprague.
Others included M Hendricks,
Kenny Booth, Biliy Lloyd, Hugh
Durrett, Billy. Ltintly, Daile Keigh
DeVore, JackDeGrum JackDeGrumhiond;
hiond; JackDeGrumhiond; Don Luke, Al Baldwin, Ted
Melanson, Jim ,Selby,,,Paul Cole Colenian,,
nian,, Colenian,, Alike ,Corcp,Jr4,..lose,,Corecs,
Johnny Fallon,,;, Dave Raymond,
Rusty Jones, Arch Bishop, Ed
Coyle, Jack Campbell, and Bill
Powell.
Bill Hall, Carl Palak, Johnny
Vaucher, Bob' Roche, Dick Egoli,
Dan Zitzman, Woody Torbert
Steve Bissell, Ben Chisholm, Bob
Coffey, tes,Spencer, 4.1 DeLeon,'
Bob Bowen, Ralph Grassau,
colm Wheeler and Joe Saitta.
Charley Norris, Lucas, Don
Donald, Johnny Gough, Hugh Cas Cassibry,
sibry, Cassibry, Duane Perkins and Ralph
Skinner.

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VANISH EMBASSY OFFICIAL INTIRTAINS
- r FRIENDS AT DINNER PARTY THIS WEEK
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ins Chargi d Affair's of 'ha Spanish Embassy In Panama,
t, trona.'" Javier Matoes, and Mrs. Mottos intertalned this "task at
1" dinner party at their Tuitional.
good list Included a number of representatives of th"
-"Amato circlo.

!' 'limp le Youth Held
Fair Tonight, Tomorrow
-,''Agala event in the Community
Bill Of Kol Shearith Israel this
evening and tomorrow will be a
price-tilled fair for the benefit of
- 'the Helen Keller School for the
'Blind in Panama.
--The fair will open tonight at
'MO' and again tomorrow at 1.1
" a.m. at the Hall at 36th Street
end Avenida Cuba, across from
' the Panama Hospital.
' Parents and encouraged to at attend
tend attend with their children. The spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring group, known as PAFTY,
bas planned entertainment for all
fligi groups Naomi Letvin is the
' PAFTY president. Prizes have
been contributed by Panama bust bust,
, bust, -gessmen.
, The first door prize will be a
round trip to Costa Rica, the sec
end, a set of Noritake dinner ware
and third, a transistor radio.
;,Proceeds will be used for spe spe'
' spe' end equipment at the School for
the Blind.
Navy All-Command Party
Tonight At Redman Club
, A festive party will be held to to;
; to; iight at the Enlisted Men's Club
at Rodman Naval Station. The af affair
fair affair is an All-Command party for
, Navy and Marine personnel and
their guests.
Al ,Martin and his band will
PlaY for dancing, and a seven seven'
' seven' act floor show is scheduled for
10' p.m.
Garden Tour Tomorrow
For Mrs. Morgenso Students
Members of the flower arrange arrange,
, arrange, !Dent cours ecurrently conducted
by Mrs. Pat Morgan at the Bal.
boa YMCA-USO have been invit invited
ed invited to visit Morgan's Garden' to to:
: to: morrow afternoon at four.
Those planning to attend should
park cars at the foot of the hill
, at the Gardens entrance. Mrs. Mor Morgan
gan Morgan will conduct the tour.
The second class in the course
, will be eheld Monday morning at
9. The subject will be design and
color harmony.
,
, Salute to USG dance
TonIght In Cristobal
1.', The Cristobal YMCA-USO win

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be the scene this evening of a
"Salute to 1.180" dance, beginning
at 8 p.m. The event is a part of
a nationwide educational campaign
to arouse interest in the welfare
needs of serVicemen and women.
Junior hostesses will be recog recognized
nized recognized during a presentation of a awards
wards awards for volunteer service.
The Ivan Thorpe combo Will
play for dancing.
-
Ester Circle Te Meet
With Mrs. Cunningham
Esther Circle of the Balboa 11-
nion Church will meet Monday
Evening at 7:30 at the home of
Mrs. Ross Cunningham, 1538A
Mango St.
An interesting program has been
planned.
Mrs. John G. Boswell will be
co-hostess and will lead the devotionals.

Rebekah Club Group
To Meet For Caul.
The Rebekah Club Card Group
will meet Monday afternon at
12:30 at the Wirz Memorial Build Building
ing Building for dessert and cards.
Guests are welcome to attend.

Gen, Culls To Bo
Sneaker At ROA's
Arm nal fonvenlion

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The Canal Zone department of
the Reserve Officers Association
of the United States will hold ILI
annual convention at the nit Gu Gulick
lick Gulick Officers Club next Saturday.
Tile convention win be Called
to order':at 2 p.m.
The activity of the department
for the past year will be reviewed.
Delegates to the national-convention
will be elected. Officers to
guide the department for the cJm cJming
ing cJming year will also be elected. Pro Proposed
posed Proposed resolutions to be presented
to the national body will be heard
and voted on, and whatever other
business that may be brought be before
fore before the convention.
The business meeting of the con convention
vention convention will be followed 'by tne
ROA annual convention ball. This
'also will be held at the Fort Gu Gulick
lick Gulick Officers Club.
The speaker of the evening will
be Brig. Gen. James W. Coutts
Tickets for the ball cis be se secured
cured secured by phonicig the following Re Reserve
serve Reserve Officers. Maj. D. Z. Keelan
phone Irt. Gulick 709, Cdr. A. J.
Jensen, phone Ft. Amador 2a9;
Maj. A. J. Pena, phenol It. A Amador
mador Amador 2124.
The department president is uri
ing all reserve officers that can
possibly attend to do so.' Not Only
come yourself but bring along a
prospecilve member. Many sub subjects
jects subjects vitally concerning the re.
serve officers will be discuaied.

LIFT AT THE lobET
HARTSVILLE, Ind, (UPI)
Fire Chief William Ri leY com complained
plained complained today that emergency vol volunteer
unteer volunteer firemen assigned to assist
the regular fire department are
altogether too eager in their work,
On occaslin, Riley said, the
"irregulars" have taken off on the
fire truck before the regulars ar arrived.
rived. arrived. and haven't even left word
where the fire is.

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Meetings

Atlantis PTA
The Atlantis Side ParentTeach
er Association will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 in the all-putposs
room of the Coco Solo elemenUirT
school.
Officers for the coming year will
be lees& The program will let.
tura a ftim on missiles shown by
Col. John C. Nicktrgon Jr.

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AUGUSTA, GiPresident El.
senhower, on the American exhib exhibition
ition exhibition in Moscow which Vice Presi.
dent Richard M. Nixon will open
in July:
"These exhibitioes are designed
to achieve a broader understand.
ing between our two peoples
It ia a hopeful approach. We wel welcome
come welcome it wholeheartedly."
WASHINGTONSen. Lyndon B.
Johnson (D.Tel.), complaining
that Americam too often Amite
ignoble motives to their noble
deeds:
"We have given the world the
impremion that we are bidding
for friendship as traders bid for
a sack of wheat."
anWOMINomi
LONDON Radio Moscow,
charging that American high-alti.
tude flight' to Berlin are part of
a deliberate policy of provoca provocations:
tions: provocations: "What is at stake is, not pet
the altitude at which U.S. air aircraft
craft aircraft fly, but the fact that U.S.
ruling circle' are itnoring the
need to help to ease intornationat
tension."

WASHINgTONCuba's Prime
Minister Fidel Castro, on the
heavy security guard with which
ha la surrounded on his U.S. visit:
"I would be yell?, happy just to
be alone. They don't do me a
favor by putting so, rnany guards
over me."

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MIAMIPeter Kissel, of Tar
Hills, N.J., a -passenger on a Cu.
ban airliner hijacked by fleeing
fugitives from Havana war crimes
trials:
"We just kept quiet and real
still, like they asked. books
they seemed very jittery."

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LAS VEGAS, Nev.-4ameo T.
Pyle, deputy director a the red.
eral Aviation Agener 4
-4'We have found upon investigii.
tion of many near-misses (of air airlanes
lanes airlanes in flight) that the captain
was in the cabin talking to the
pasbeogeri while the co-pilot was
atImpting, to catch up on his pa.
per work.'

Goldwater Airs
Views On GOPers'
Integration Stand

JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) Sen.
Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.) said
today he believed most Republi Republican
can Republican leaders want to withhold en enforcemeat
forcemeat enforcemeat of school integration.
"I think the general feeling in
the Republican Party liONV to
let the Southern states, go along
as they are," Goldwater ssid
when asked whether the PertY
would prest for enforcement of
the Supreme Court integration de decision.
cision. decision.
Goldwater, chairman of the Re Republican
publican Republican National Camixt Igo Com Committee
mittee Committee for the 1960 presidential
election,-made the remark follow following
ing following a Republican breakfast. He is
here to address the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the Miseissippi Economic
Council-State ChamW ot Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. Goldwater also told newsmen be
did not believe Vice President
Richard Nixon would be "as dedi dedicated
cated dedicated to support the Supreme
Court" if he became president as
would a Democrat.
"National Democratic Chairman
Paul Butler hal kicked the South
right out of the party several
times," the Phoenix department
store ovmer said.-
Goldwater said,' however, he
thought the South would "have to
learn to live under the Supreme
Court integration decision," He
did not think civil rights would be
"An issue in the coming election."
Goldwater also said he la sup supporting
porting supporting Nixon for the Republican
presidential nomination and that
Nixon would be the best president
for the South.
He asked, "Who would you fare
better under? A Democrat eorn
mitted to euPPort the- BUOretrite
Court deeision er Nixon, whe
not tommitted?"
Goldwater 'aid lie believed 11108t
RePUbileStill "seroos itto eeuntry"
now believe the londh4 et troop!
to Taittle Rork "was a Inistalte.
"But I am amazed ht tray trayels
els trayels through the South that the re reaction
action reaction le not to ever'," Goldwat Goldwatsr
sr Goldwatsr said,
"I can think of nowhere where
there is more segregation than in
New York City," be said.

- TER VANAMA AMENICAN iimt AN INDMNDENT DAMN NNWSPAPIEN

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Dillt 'LODGE; Ment,4April 11.--(11P1)-4' 25-heur mutiny at
Montana State Prison was broken- today when Moira! Guardsmen
stermed the walls behind bazooka and onschimoun fire to free 16
.guseds hold se hostages. -L.
- -.The National Guard, 201 Oren. supperted by mere 'than 100 pi:- 1
lice-end viallantes; attacked the convict-hold prison at 3:0, a.m. be behind
hind behind a barrage of bazooka shells, machine-guns, rifle fire and tear
gas --- ,
' Right minutes later,lt was reported the l6 guards' had been re.
leased unharmed...
1, prison doctor topertid that the ringleaders et the cenvict te telt:Alen
lt:Alen telt:Alen at Montana State prison had committed suicide. -s
,
Earlier National Teuardsmen rebelious Montana State pi-boners
patrolled outside the prison where resigned yesterday.. 1
authorities and the mutinous con- Ben Wright, 42,- director of the
victs who seized COntrOl sweated Board of Pardons since May, 1955,
out a stalemate. -The lives of and subject of intense -hatred by
121 hostages had htmg in ,the bal- many of the rioting prisoners, an aniTee.
iTee. aniTee. : nounced his resignation in Helena,
A -ten-se quiet broken only by admittedly -becauset,of the bloody
the footsteps of t4to Guardsmen uprising. , 1
bad prevailed.. - 'Under the' circumetancep, rathApproximately-SO
pr I Boner 1, er than become a controversial
armed with, two riles, knives figure and to reduce, if possible,
and homemade fire bombs, con- delay in a propen settlement 'to
trolled the cellblocks and buildings the disturbance nv. in progress,
inside the walls where 450 prison- I am today handling my resigns resignsors
ors resignsors are confined.,Twenty-one host- don to the present chairman:of
ages, including a' capt&in, lieuten- the Boird of Pardons to become
ant 14 guards and five convict effective June SO," Wright Hid.
"stool-pigeons," huddled in- the Word was immediately relayed
corner of a cell block under threat to the prison. Wright's handling of
of being banged or burned to paroles WAS one of Abe ,prisoners'
death if any attempt was made to chief complaints. --
storm the prison. Prison sociologiet.Walter Jones
Prison guards, 200 Nation al was acting as go betivetre in the
Guardsmen and about 100 other tense, strategy filled maneuver maneuverarmed
armed maneuverarmed men surrounded the pri- ing. kite made tsvo trips out of the
son, ready to move in when given gray stone penal institution to talk
the sign. with authorities trying to end the
Nineteen-year-old murderer bloody riothtg.
tee Smart, serving -30 years, "It's fight. It's tighter ban hell
slipped into deputy Wirden Ted for them," Jonee'said in refer referRothe's
Rothe's referRothe's office in the yard and enc. to the hostages.' "I'm going
'hot him in the back, As the offi- back in and try to get them
dal lay dying, Smart and Jerry out."
Miles, a sfit-fime loser, led the "They're shook.- The inmates
revolt which shortly ended svith there are in control end they're
the prison under complete convict shook." 1,
control. "Five of the hootages are set
ThursdaY afternoon the prison- up to be hanged," Jones said.
ers releaeed one of their hostages, "The rest are set up for home homeguard
guard homeguard Clayton Pleten, because he made incendiary bombs."
was. a diabetic. Since he reported that the hos hosA
A hosA National Guard sergeant who tages were not bound, Jones ap aprefused
refused aprefused to be identified reported parently meant they were ,"set
that the prisoners had taken the up" for death in the sense 'that
prison narcotics pupply and were their fates hed. been determined
all '"hopped up." and they had nothing left to do

all "'hopped up." 'and they hail nothing lett to d
'The key target el grievances by except wait.

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MIEXICALI, Mexico, April IS
(UPI) Federal pilice today
sifted through the wreckage of a

WRONG CHARON
NEWARK, NI. (UPI)--Clarenee
'onel anft Eugene Smith were
lored of chargestommorartly
'esterday. when eeh told Eases
Judge Walter Conklin:
"I didn't receive n'olen goods,
your honor. stole them.'
The new complaint nails it tar.

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PANAMA' VISITORS Ameri Americo
co Americo Aboat, vice president and
foreign sales manager of lint lintVersa),
Versa), lintVersa), International Films,
and Mrs. Aboaf are visiting
in Fanamit for a lew days be before
fore before retailing to New York.
They are en route from Jamai Jamaica.
ca. Jamaica. Rio de Janeiro arid Buenos
Aires, where Aboat met com company
pany company executives to outline fu future
ture future production plans and op operating
erating operating policies.

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Mexican airliner which crashed
near the fishing village of Guayt
mat in an effort to learn what
caused the 'plane to- explode and
cra sh. A
Police said they believed the
plane exploded before' it crashed
with' 28 perhota.;,aboard.'
otraggeonfirmed
relports thatoone of the passengers
on the ill-fated plane had given
birth to a baby it few minutes
before the crash yesterday, .4
Latest reports from the scene
indicated that only 12 bhdies bave
been recovered. The bodies, said
to be unidentifiable, were taken
to a mortuary at Ilemosilla.
Police Said the bodies would be
sent here and to Tijuana on the
Mexico-California xorder this
moening.,,
The tsviatongine plane was fly
trig in clear weather when it crash
ed at dawn on the beach West of
Guaymas.
Airport officials here said the
C-46 owned by the Tigres Volado
res (Flying Tigers) of Mexic0. It
reported no trouble in its last
dio contact win the airport. At
that time the plane watt over Ito
eky Point, Mexico, at the entrance
to the Golf of California.
The plane Was en route to 31e
xito City from here. First reports
had indicated the plane appear.
ently ran into mechanical trouble
and atteihpted an emergency
landing on the beach.
One witness said he saw what
seemed to be an explosion as the
'plane neared the ground.
Officials of the airline earlier
said there was no definite know
ledge of what did occur.

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- Ms reference to pr ors
being...64111100k", apparently meant
they were pervous and jittery and
therefore, unpredictable.
--Jones reiterated the -complaints
made earlier by spokes-1
man over a loudspeaker.., These
included toot food? placing young
lawbreakers in with older
not enough television and radio
sod inadequate medical end maid
tetion
-Jones also addedt then
soca: Sentencing first offenders
who are only' IS or 19 years. old
to -prison;," toilet' facilities in the.
old cell block; dislike of the Pr9-
sent director- ot the etato par9k,
board, add the parole board's, po-1
liciet. P fr
lie bald he 'agreed with ''Sitme"
of the, prisoner's .denuidds.
"There's timo for Awi dlingt9",
he
Before retOrning to -captivity- by
way of a : ttumel from the- mein
gate to the moss hall, Jones raised
his hands M helpless gesture
to newsmen, showing 1-the wrist
links -of handcuffs dangling-from
both arms...The connecting ;chain
of the cuffa bad been cut-,
Several hOuris- before JoneS -emerged
from' the strife torn
fortress the prison Catholic:chap Catholic:chaplaint
laint Catholic:chaplaint Father Gerald Lynam,. went
in for,' a meeting with the Con Convide
vide Convide and. tliMM Ota With ran op
timistic report. -', : -'.
"Everything looked gc;od,! 111
said. thinit- we made ;ram.
progress."
Leter three', tewsmeh entered
the raison to base tho prisoners'
grievances.- ,
They were rreS Zavaterro.. of
United' Press Intornationa,- Xekb
Fuller of Associated --Press and
Art folcDonall of radio' Adation
Kemp Spokane, ,-
The convicts had skid:14'4;th
out-of-state newaten in a broad broadcast
cast broadcast over a public addrees
tem set up inside the walls.
The reporters came out after'
their SO-minute session, .but
agreement between the. prisoneri
and' prison Official; Could, not dis disclose
close disclose the resulta of the' zntAint
until-all of the hostagei had been
released.

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The convict spokesMan,15elleved r age m a tiMil2fir s'Pate.)look.'!",4,
to be Miles said than) wail '
no' danger tO the, hoStagea !salt ,
long as die ante dorklt oome Raoul Levy,,,, -Brigitte Bitdot's
, , !producer, is scliedulad'Ad''hhddle
In a referenie to the alai 'dep. 'with Marilyn Monrpo (in, tilt
Mt warden, Ted Rothe, 40, whose business. sensestthat is)",befors he
wife, two children and mother, Mes back to francepThe most ex.
Were alr In -,Deet Lodtti ths con. travagant gues( thikte dreamt
via zaid-Pha stria II most hated Of a CIAOMS 00-atarting botk bomb

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---In a reference to the slain deputy-
warden, Ted Rothe, 40, whose
wife, two children and mother,
were alr in ,Deer Lodge', the con convict
vict convict sai&I'lle yes the most hated
mak in this prison'. .he wts a
very foolish men." t
Therekwere about 450 ccmvicts
Inside the.. prison but prison offi officies
cies officies believed only three tO eight
Meno- including Smart and Miles,
comrised the hard core of the
? when, the. riot its-eke 40ttt -Wart,
'den- Vloyd 5; Powell t4fits
taken hostage, but be vita re released
leased released some two and g hilt hours
later after Montena Gov. Jo Hnjin
AtOnson atInotultad that no talkt
would be held with the prisoners
as long as Powell and the other
hostages were het&
Releated with Powell were te teven
ven teven convicts who were due for
parole within a few days.
Inside vtonviets, known to have
guns and knives, could he seen
walking about One convict car.
ried one of the two rifles that the
prisoners took when the riot start started.
ed. started. Warden Powell said the riflet
were seized when the convicts o overpowered
verpowered overpowered the guards.

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RICHMOND, Va.., (IIPI)4,-.President
Eisenhower and the,Issist the,Issistant
ant the,Issistant secretary' if the Army have
urged the Clvik '1 Wit r Centenni
Commission to consider both the
historic.; and 'current meanings 01.
the War Between the' States..
The President, in a telegram
today to 250 delegates. f ni
3t statet,'' grePted the group on
the first day -of its two-day meet meet-
- meet- ,
'In Commemorating lho war
which divided Ameticans," the
President said; "we must consid consider
er consider both ite.historteal and present
meanings." -
Asst. Secretary' of the -Army
Dewey Short ,told the meeting
last night the war bad given
birth t6 a "new united and strong stronger
er stronger nation,"
"Nations like Individuals mutt
suffer before they really under understimd,"
stimd," understimd," Short said. "They must
die before they truly live;
Short urged that the observanc,!,
slated for 1001-65, ber "commtntto "commtntto&fed
&fed "commtntto&fed In the same dia Abet the 'War
was mist" and that it "try to de,
fine the intensity,,and tragedy of
th,t oreat war," ,
Earl S, Betts, executive direc director
tor director of the hat3onl Niromission.
predicted. some 10million peoole
'would -let Virgints: during the
four-Jeer commemeration. 0

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- t: BROADWAY SWAIM
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Dolorei Gray vows she won't
qidt the, cast of "Destry Bides
Again", despite Michael Kidd's
treatment of ber, which has results
ed in a remarkable show busmess
haul. as theY trY colt in Boston.
She bas nothing but praise for the
rest of the company, and great
hopes for the musical and its pn
tential as a vehicle for her, but
considers Kidd u inadequati as a
director as ho is distinguished in
the field of choreography. Their
verbal battle earlY las wekBbe
says she slapped bim for calling
bet "a gut, among other Unita,
-and -claims. he ,"punched" her
the, face-rhsd a sequel after en
other evening's performance, slap.
blli Ism and invited'hint to
call her What he had called ber
daughter. He -decilned,', but since
he had not apologized to Dolores,
MrS' Gray went to the Boston-pn
lice to consult them,on; Prelang
charges of defamation ofcharact ofcharacter,
er, ofcharacter, jeoptrdY of career, and assault'
and batteryf She'll hold further
conferences with her...lawyers to today.
day. today. 1
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Tho piddlerfit pornographic 1
terabits really goofed., Tho list
they used to circularize potential
clients inoluded a tabinit,offictr,
members of Congress end most of
the Nations! Press t Club. rrnnill
wonder asi Post Office inSpector
bad theta Jugged faster tho they
usually :lay. "azIs postage due."
Julie StYnejilid to .dasii from
Philadelphia (where his "Gypsy!:
is hinterlanding) to Washington, D.
C., in naivety to en 3.0.S. to
smooth temperament probloms in
the cast of his hoarier hit,- "Bells
Are Ringing". ,The dates-, Tab
Hunter bad,' with' -France ,Nuyen
mean one thing....the Iront,cover
on a forthrpinint issue o( a teen

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Of a cema colka,-11 0,
shells. .Gertrude1 Berg, ,as-view
ed on tbe -televised To) tAWards
show, give the impression that
she didn'ttrust tht other people at
her tab She took fier purse Iva
her when shament up to the stage
to receive her prizeos One of Cap
tro's aidestecently in NeW ,k
told Bast Barlemitel: "There-will
be muck more bloodshed An Ca.
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Dominic Modugno, just In from
&nip conferred it the toundtable
with co4Wner,Phil liCabl the other
night to settle the U.S. proniotion
on his latest gong"Eei Beetje"
(rough translation for our Side of
the Atlantic "A Little") hick is
about to be introduced in this coun
try. This singer- so inextricably
identified with "Volare" Was the
subject of 'al ','' Mont stares 4 and
autograph requests ai if he'd been
a major screen star.

'Veldts Radcliffe, the beautiful
blonde wh killed ,herself over Dick
Brown, told chums shortly before
her death that he couldn't make
up his mind about,marrying' her
until his anadyst, hid given him
th gosheada process be OM,
04 to think wotdd take considerable

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'Cure Combined With fatal over overload
load overload of gasoline and ice caused
the plane crash that killed show.
man Mike Todd ,,and three other
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G PALM, 1Nr.cMh 22to
the failure of one engin on the
two4notor Lockheed Lodestar pri
vats plane.
The loss of power., tOmbined
with more than a ton Of weight
over the aircraft's, safety limit,
sent the Plane in a often dive
from 13.0110 feet, the CAB, con,.
P dug a' crater
12 feet wide end 2.5 feet long on
impact.
Killed were Todd, o flamboyant
entertainment tistri-o who Was
married to setrees rtizabath TIIV
10r, author 'Art' Cohn. Teriolit
friend and biographer: tillet
Ilam Vener; and collint Thom.
at Barclay, ,
CAN'T ,KSIIP
YORIC rngland !1St
Riding, County, Metals Said the
were, sorry, but there semd
be nothing they could do about I
complaint contained in the Imo'
mood of ,County Librarian; E. IV
Ho protested 'bitterly( th"
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tArtr.DAY, MIL 18, 183

Unit. : Aecommended comedy se se1
1 se1 quence: Ray Waiston's epic hang.,
over in "Say One For lie Pain Painftdly
ftdly Painftdly settling himself at the break-
fast tabli, he goes through a ser series
ies series of pathetic attempts to cope
with juice and toffee, winces at t
fumes from his ham and egg'
wing up through the hole in the 7
metal platecover,Y, and toms'
that problem by plugging up Alia
hole with bis napkin. The scene
Ishould be a marvelous advertise.'
ment for tmperance.,
-Franchot Tone has a new plAce .-
for rehearsing his scriptsa rear
booth at 1.indl'e, where often a
lovely, lady- caiL be fotmd listening
to his readings,
, - , 1 :
The D. S., Department of Justice
it seriously, consideriug giving up
Alcatraz as a Federal prisonWe
so expenaiva to operate, and they:
figure a new 9taximum securi security"
ty" security" penitentiary could be built and ,,
run at a great saving. ,.-Actress s
l)iano Alexandria, flopping gritte-i
fully on ,a banquette at Chez Vito,
expliined ber fatigue with s'atort ,,
that demonstrated her devotion to
Theo Biked: she had just finished
maldnli the scene at three of
folk singing concerts. 4'rrade
news on the upcoming flicker
Girls' Town', revealed Alit tbe
cast'vAll leature swingut'
ntms; Sheilah Graham and' Maggie
DaYez, to name two examples of
offbeat- casting.,-Tenantt ,of Wish-
ington Square Village,
5th Ave:,- are banding to seek, an
injuttion against closing the park
to t trail ,e", which will be shunted
into ttbeir areas.. A 'lawyer famed
for, handling the cases of Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood "tars may be their represent representative,
ative, representative, Sotmd: one teenager
whose heart isn't given eitclutively
to rock 'n1 Ion, Lisa Minelli,,Judy --
Gliksersianadll'skilnad-syeatar.olnlduiticit114 hike;
favorite it,Htein't Give You AAP'
thing btt Love" -and it's not easy
to find iv girl her age who's even
heard, of that old standard.

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players are entitled to life, libel,.
ty and the tight to play no-trump
contracts."
South believed this.
Of, Course, South did have some
slight view). for hie; two no.
trump 4-esponse. He held 14
points and a balanced hand and
honor Combinations lit two of the
three tinbid suits :
He aid not realize that he was
wide, open in the heart 'suit and
that nasty opponents ',have the
habit of opening the wide open
suit. Anyway, West did open- a
heart the final three 'no.
trump contract. -North's --, queen
lost to East's king '-and a -heart
retufn ,cleared the- suit.
South ,made a desperation trY
for his contract. He led the
queen of clubs from, dummy but
the finesse lost and he would up
down 'three. ,
Look how much 'easier tnattcrs
would have been, if South bud .4
mode ,,the proper tesponse of two
clubs.: North woUld have ,',,, bid
'two is f -trunip and Egst tOuld
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Soule Week North Zed
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Yott, South, bold:
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'tN .1......0 meanings." ' the failure of one engine on the Look how much 'eaSier Matters .4
- v "the secret of ,,,,,, v ''' ''';'-:" w"National Democratic Chairman "110 IPP.
, ...9A, I, I, Paul Butler has kicked the South A., Asst.. Secretary of the ",ArmV two-tnotor Lockheed Lodestar prit, would have been' if SoUth,- had .1
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111 ; Nations like individuals ,must, over the aircraft's safety limit, all : it,- mattered.- North 4 would
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LI.Doit 0351. Sallies 106411: ' . sATu An Santos lose at Wield Street
Service, Sundae tea00 e.im AN Lin Or vases and Colon. itepobits ot Psoame, ottoog 4 wolfs's et en,. 9:31 OJIL Junkie 'Conlinnatim Clem ':' Zee. Relied t. Oneeick, Pasta
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,tellEst..EIIIiI01 ISIce tau di!' ww"117 11111ACVLAYS CONCSIPTIOSMIllettil 1:40 Sat. eentioll 11100 ..'s,,,..,,
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tioatlinl 11000 I". Pal."' ilea" ,"."1 littiy Day Mom: 1:11 0.111. '' 1;10 pau Ditto. a Complies, I.
"aily ititessitt 10116I31 Ind belidarI tr" Conteralesst It11 tl TIO1 Ilit es Soli t 0. 1110 ASALW ' e
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Evening Hours 1:01 to 11:013.0m ox0011 01111 1401 Or GOOD COI,INSIM,7 ', -..- Tbe Iry Clarence 11. layes .,
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All thurch services swill -be bald In tura', s .1, ,, -- - '''' k -, 'at Su harlot eine II "MOW
amnia Contoeatonsi Satur011 11 '1411 Pal Ind 111; ate, FA
the Ground loot Room 01 the P4
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Aargarita Tioristt. Entrancti la MI Pal- 4,Ellitillor Itoi000?Inlmint .spo ' trii 401; Holy Soptiotail-, -'''
' boa Avenus through the Arestitt7,,, t s 'Airmen ntsto,esiesAltyyrtto ,!, ,e4s tsi ....... ovations ...n
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,,- illistand:ay.Sstih6cooki la' beldritt 11:111'..In. Sunday Sehoott 110 p me ao Sunday, Vary. ,,0 .. 4 -
,. Readirs$ lioonttiours s.A, Monday 1:00 Religiose inntru' cline .Cia eil tor Chill. T1,11131DAY1 .,, .., ...,',, ..,,, t.. ,p
' to 4:00 mtn,, ,. evelnemle $:00 toi ?III III, 4:00 0.M on Thursday. Lao ',NI tu ley shmupitato of lee,
. s , ,,,, ,,, Relisiette 'Instruction for tittles (Pon ; ,. -- irk --wow., .
. You Iro tordially in.itad to attend dssotsmi to leonine)! 1,10p, ,p,,.aa., ,40, "m9,, ,..swiT.Dsomistb.nttiA suill. 00440,
, .tha services anti. te tin the Ileatinlegit -',. -111';',,i;;3-ii'"" tri ;minimum, coo Lai. mo, ccomunies ,.,,:j111,
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lila Chiral a Christ, Ilaoatia AMMO trliiir 7-9 L!'"1,4"' a114111ll"v ow1,4"41" ..-ti4rw'Providenee' Assistaht Atty. Gen. W. WilgOtt .00dorwoy -and 081110 new lawsuits' 4 1
A' 166 Ane.n liew.vard A-- ' '''SAT-UROAT Strtl 1116.14101)Ir '''' White head of the Justice DePiirt may be. filed "within the Mar fu-
ton eavisa 11100 tat d'f' Sullw 11111ACUAIII 1:40'Sto eentlios Prsysr Irj"daY Itta.
'Wonting Worship Rights PiVili011, said' turir despite 0. Devil ruling.
- day COO 1 anl 617 C.1"tin11111 Sunday Nitht Sareica at 101 th ruling would be appeals(' Darla held that, the Justice Le- etiae:mi utAleAreh ;e Abvilqat'it of ao,l' fov L,
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dailritscip Sundays an o sys m consommes., sao to sms as sal. , al Asa Jo ,, 1 ,'"'""""s, 44, ,o 2, 'Straight tO the high court,
ipartment's first civil rights suit 111 ,, r l000 s TT o goy allow ow ow ."1A1111!ss vas. ", r ir
. eine the sikeult court of 11200Si16 lundar the 12S Iswallinst the 111 0-
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'T WetintsdaYll end SalurtlaYIN , , . , ,, ,,, ; - .,'' Watt tat Clirstrarres, glitandva'lkithlratioarahlt brivbsCpititers, ir-lallos"----'' '''', CngreSS'''' ''
White said Solleithor gu aranleed indthetsConstitiudtiol bei -4" ,' '-
' '-- k Registrarsviolated state's rights ) ,,
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,,,,, 4 SCIENTIST Criatobal Holy Mr illasolot SOO Lal.,a110 100$ SUNDAYS '.1 : ,,
' rmvu tfiullemi t Mil" : ' lundal 'Maims" I" -eni'l:16 11411. '' k Alli",1111 ''r k ' &UMW" Plilbt liorvic, 01 la Pa. arguments on aka case could tot actions against private, individue ,,, , ,t,

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from late June until late Septeni- LONDON' (UPI) The Mints. .1 :21 ,04. 1- I 14 ,,: '
, )Aargartta Ploristr. Entrencil la ma Mal- Osmium blt ippninunent.. ,,...,L.: 4,0,1; Holy Illopitamllo -''' ,' '" '' (noir Diehl 001100D
' boa Avenus through the Areadm, f 1 484irecuirma Modal 111011nal IMO lea 117..
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lino Dap Wane; ISIL SAW lidli 0.0
and COI
Cantwaionat Saturday. S26 W Ida
and Inaa to SW ow Thursday, bean
brol raidays Id W
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glob Schwa Study Chil 11410 tan; WI
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friday-7100
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Sunday itaas at COO
' Moly Day Mum at 11:$0
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subdar-iimwra vo wrs:16
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Weekday Mammy 11 ea.
Contentions: liaturlay 111;30 !Id!. ead
Ca Met Sunday 10 10 40
Mitsculouot Modal Ploylnit' 10 tue
es Friday.
Cenvfmt listruallimot libultdsy,10
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Sunda Maleia: 6:00 and 4:110 am
Holy Day liana' 1:10 and 9:00 p.m.
(It it tallses Saturday the Maim Its
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Cailiestiiiiiiit SiturdaY $20 to SAO and
i:00 to 0:00 Tist'1111SIOXY9 Mittel nit
:friday 1:10 oat
ithecillousadai Novena an4 Sta
Sons 4or the : friday 140 pm
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Catechism Coll Sill Pan, Or: today.
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Holt ay Maoist and SSO sm.
Confessional kitartisy ,a10 to 1:00 Mill
IMO ta $:00 0.m. ''
Mitioulotat Midat,tiorastat Wichisiday
1:11 ond 1:00 pot ,:. -,
, Saarad Hoot Novettat friday 1:111 pot
,, 01,InallY 'Venial SergiCal ,120 p.m,
In-CdonoverturmiCalyssrat, las ,ehi1,40., Ideopyi
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Mita a M. -0, a:00 it.m, to 4:00 kit.' ''
rifyit rritist,q,rattion of Moil slow
cocramen aq tY,11116010U00 lit 04
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rsirrlit Saturday noveutom to our 1422
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tre m Contraunion Iniftitetiols fqr,011,
n )iteinnarl 1141 Thitistall 1st til
:00 Sia, ..-'. -i .:' .4,
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1:00 to 11;06 oat. Attar Sooty each eats,
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120 p.m. on Monday. N .;
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sunset Alamo I;001 II:00 and 1040 OS&
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tratuissue''Inedal'Noliatial 1:111 sod
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tundA
tire( trimitioil On Oa durift
libo School oat ,
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Sunday Masses; 6:60 ,IMO 11:34 tip,.
First 5aturday Masai -,,,,, coo pat,
Weoliday Mao's! 11 :00 LIM
' SoiiirdaY 1.'00 ;331'.70 1:00 tit
, Miraculous Medal 'Woes 1:00 p.m.
tgeeety masosses I 6 pip. :IS
top pTgli ip 4;45 pal.
evory Monday.
Parish hmtly ROSSI Shit,
Behodleilon .1444,,r, :00,10914,
ovory Itsdnes.ogy,
Dissusalso Inquiry soup TM pat
every PrIday.
tylgay wystions I'm), p.m,
1st, llaturday Dirrollona 11)0 pus
1
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SUNDAYS
sunrutys -
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dal e.tw Chusels ,(11011 Com
taunted kd Sunday 10 st4i
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a.ta Manua' Playa' and War
man. Holy Conan Ian id Suaday.!,
240 pat. Xvaninp Swale&
ntl'a Wel" Canununida
740 I 11 Wilit11 PrYer 1
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dlle Nei, Communion
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tidy Canununion teose,onos 110,1111.
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also Con;;;IWIlf.a.1.1114.
stamina rdiyot 41 ti,ed Lad
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8:00 ma- Kendal; 'rant.
(31,C, first rsiday oasis Math).
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Church khael ... 20 pis.
niscopii yi.una 6it.uschatea 20 pot.
I
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MONDAYS. TUL(114111. ,
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Mt:ruins PrOyor NIS, 1100
IP Pri4o; .1,,,.. .. IS pm
Woman it Auallitu;. HO etil
YTONTSDAYS la T111.11LIDAYS
Holy Communion .. 1st am,
doming Ptayar 0 tilie Ara.
;Ironing ?raise ... .,. . 1:104 pa.
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SATURDAYS
family Sucharist -'1:111 am
-,OttIO OS COMPUDS ...,, 11;00 phi
,
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. Confirmation Clio i't 10:10 ail
choral suchtlizt 104'114;
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svorLsons int, dris;;;;,ssts..1Be sols
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'THURSDAYS ea ,..ST DAYS
Hely Cesithiunlop ,... ... 9:69 am
PALO ISCO ''
,' Chapel it the Holy Conitertai '
Spa. L. IA flitzloy. trial M Chaise
TicultSDAYS
Sul0 am. Hely., Cortimullioa.
. L ., ,
,, ,KARGAILITA ,
' Church oil St. Marlaret
Foos, bort Brazos Blot ,
- The Wiv. Ediall C. Waled,'
SUNDAYS ,
,
I:20 im. Holy COMMUalan.
9:$0 am. Church School Service.
1100 acti. Morning Vtlyer. ,, (Holy
, Communion Grit Sunday of
Tnuni,tAs arid H Lit DAYS
ISO a.m. Hely Conununion.
: Ts' 6 ItiwiPSSAlitiolitOit vott,
",,, , Priest In Charp
' The Siv. evil A Osborne.
, Vicar, Sot:ilia
,
suBBA,rs. ,1.. ,, .. ..,. ,
pus ossis, chord suchathi 6 gonto,
Irou Oat Infant Baptism .,
$1.0 4,11 church scho,)
- 1120 pm, Youth fellow:Mil
s-14 isis Borman& sm iddrips.
Sad luta dth WEDNISDAYS
120 pte Montana AuxiltarS eadi Al
tat Guild lidastins. , ,-
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' 'PANAMA CITY 4 :
I ) '' lit Paul's Church
no Sec LAIllasi I afttriov,-tooss
The Rov.,Caritiit O. Moraine Alai.
stitigiAN';.
imo sass Boit cozarns'sidis ;
Slla a.D1 Suns Sucharto di Sermon
10:th a at alorninit "torn 044 Chtlitti
,r aehoot
12:00 met ,14613, salkulmo .f ;
t -80 a.m. Solemn ,ifiecoate
(heft is Suildina Illi
Turbuitysi ,, A ti
9:20 em Holy CoraniuMill '''
t:8 P'all IVeninir PraYer Ind l0rt0111
11:$0 OA. Infant Baptism.
0,00 4111 ;burets School
- ea, youth fellewsint
13 IS In" hventontsand 4ddlool.
art4 tad dth WEDS DAYS
Worn's" Auttilial told 4
tat, timid Slat ,
,
' 'PANAMA CITS
I ) St Paul's Chapels
Int" LAffinsi detters,-teaso
The Sew 1 Cattle's" th Sterling Awl
stiNLAy;.
coo eat Holt communism ;
ea Suns tuataras' derma
10:0 a n' Merano Oman ottil Chum
,r deltoid
12:00 noet fiely satruiso
theft
TiorsiDAVS
$:20 con Holy torateuldeo
cso p.m, trouts. pray., ,id
T.".
WIDhkSDAYS ,
0:0" SI Solo Camomile
1100 oat- SVOnlill Prayer
ThUltet;JAYI" AND thIDAYS
N:30 Cosimunion
LV DAYS
,
al M017 Cottontail
1100 tap. Limning Prayer
IlillEkt;)AIrls tHIDAYS
:38 w, How Cosimunion
111 DAYS
11:o9 tot Holy Oomnitinleis.
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A 1.010M.
OtepOntS natal wasnmstrmp
The v. I. Pelee Farms, Mselos
Mks Soy. Hoary A4 Bioko, Assistant
, SUNDAY
000 sm. Moly Connounlost
1:30 p.m, lioismn Evensong k len
9:30 tin. Homing Prayer
9:00 p.m. Choral Euebsrlst and Monson
10.30 tot Church School
9,10NDAM,TuzsoAT Tounsoisn
11:40 till. Horning Prayir
0:00se.m. Holy Communion
9:00 pal, Evening Prayer
,
1:00'pat. ivoiling Prayer
' A
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1:11 litornIns 11r1Y11
6:08 6.m. Hely COYAMUnin I
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110,C1!17 School ,0, e:411 sat
E.P175311 lierville ,A0c1112:4
ter14111 iir10 o .ooAt 111:41 am
outk !device 646 0 on
Svantodiatio Barnes fla
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and
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IMITRODIIII NOTICES
Oat. itth-0 RM. R" Vidor
John Witten B.IL p.m Mr Ai A.
- Madly Ott Seth...01e pat Praia.
ratios Callilk G1C WrCitilli
pa. Prayer matins Mr. Pearl ford.
Tueedayl Oct. list,14(), pa Olcis
LOS frill16 Airs. IL Ming. ,
Friday IRO pa...Choir Prectiae,-
, OP TSB NABILIIIINII
, Motmt Hope Canal Sone
- (some from Mt. Hope IN Stollen)
, Nev. Italpit Ilyeang, raster k
, Sot Margarita,,CS.
' trhoste 1MIll
Sunday khool SAS ',tit.
Monting Worship .11 :On a.m.
lvangenstie Servite sibileov I le Ilm"
Prityar Service. Wed. Att I:30 pa.
- NATIONAL BAPTIST CIIIIISCIr
Panama S.P. lire Stasi East
11, Imre. Mabee
Eir, Weebontoblep $t
day" Mama "144114
thltotbajib
Sunday 1SS
IDIOTAB'S MITSUI
meatinse Thursdays at prn. mid
lundare at 4:00 pm. Mainetriel
SOS Salton Pat Balboa.
CRURCII OP JESUS CRIIIIST OF
LAWN& OAT SAINTS (Mermen) '-
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priasillood Meeting: Sunday SAO la.
Sunday School; Sunday le:00 amt.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday COO ea
Societyi Tuesday 11:00 Ara.
MIA: Wethiesday 7:110 pa. ,,,
Primary: Thursday COO PA
Telephone Balboa 4211,
eine Inuteb
Building Schoolhouse Road. Ostun
Sunday col; Sunday MO a.m.
Saaramont Mating; Sunday II:00 ea
PROTESTANT CNIERCIII
"A Warta Hearted Chafer
Milton IL Ladle; Minister ',
-Photte Rse 11-11141 OL S3-5101
Sunday Saool SRO sa
LA elate toe ovary age)
moTlint Wog 1121111
Youth rellovraltip COI p.m
Zambia Worship NO pa,
Prayer efid -Praise (Wet) 7:01) pat
A church survey la prcvided
vgcs
OLIr CAIHOLIC CH
tos. lelteaot vidur
Eletp itnichariatat; Strilladere'V nt iSuraomninvo
reads'"? "POW 1.11 1
1$41 6j11. thielte MesitnileW
Sacrament ed
Mee) root Ikeda, ar IreS mem w
714 Oa&
Halltlet CHrbittas Omni
21'1, Ai, ..11mee SUMO
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Morning devotion ..ost!,.., S. sal
IrellOwthip wordlist ,.,.., tido cot
Sunday School i.,..4 8:00 p.m.
,
7;iitlwT1111:-IF;;;;;h1..
Sunday ,bool 44441.4444 MOO p.m.
,
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CIIRI'AttalLPRIAit 1;1111,11 ItlISSIOX
,, 0100 ath mid T. Arostmtao. Celt
', ,-,' '' ,, SUNDAY
Maittertat Salvia; ,, 10:tio on.
attaday Schaal
tee Ime
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Sunday Scheel s Pm
BIWA Iractura ,, ...... :SO pat.
MONDAY'
Adult ifible Clan I :110
C1211111
Urbant 11othelel Can! seint....traniand City
informal. Talks: and CoSocusatomp
rbured071.4.6 tt "1:00 9.016
- Coloat nod MINOS
(1110t0110 Woo Ilasear)
' Thursdays.' 4.3 4 .,. coo 9.1..
- -7 Co lorit'llik ..614s.sit'llorsoti
(stales merlon Ilessarl
irUdS CUosas4s Thursdays. I de imil.
ott
11111110121., lifliSION arum
sapalabs Sig remise, CA.
tioursdayi. 4 . 111:00 Pah i
1011101 OKI 'arab CA.
Sets Wilder it Stewart, Parrot
Sunday' 11:00 cia Worship lorvico.
L001.m. Sunday School.
:111 .m. Gospel Service.
en yt 1:30 Young Pilo VIVI 19elle?
Wednesdayt 1:30 Mid-wuk Christian
fellowship.
Thursday 0 :00 Chott Reburial.
nifty!, 140 Women a Minimum So.
kip.
- CHURCH DIP CHRIST
13th & aolivark Ave.. Cristobal. CZ.
Bat O. Wright, Svangelisi
SCHEDULS OF- SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Cassie 10;00 a.m.
Morning Wprehlp ring
Conununion .. 11:00 am.
tvening W;o4hip. '' 1;30 p.m.
WIDNISDAY
Herald ot Truth
HOK 8:43 10:151.m.
Mid-Wee' 111111; Study 1:30 pan,
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers S:45 SUS
MOH. Coln. 11.P."
You Will receive a' warm wolcomo at
each of our, sorvices.
-
THIN Cantu or GOD
15 St. Purim Lem. Rio Abajo
At Anviek Overseer
His, C. Weeks, Pastor
Sukiday Morning Worship 11:30
, Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 1:30.
Pinkly Service, Nights; Monday
Wednesiy ond Friday, g
TH1 VRIIRCIR OV.GOD
41$1 (Monti scum Rd.)
Rio libido
Roo.. William J. JohnsonPastor
Sunday School .... ,1430 o.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 amt.
lund,117 Night lorVfnC g.ro
.
TWO COVEN OP COD '
- 70.1g It.. Collo
16,16 C Daatolsoat Polk,
Sunday Scheel it:110
Morning Werthip. A 10:30 Oda'
t Sunda Night lentil 1:$0 p.m.1
COVItell OP gion
- Niro Providenee
ee 11,re 114. lisiesv4dOier
'midi, School ,,. JAM
'Wonting Worshi ,p assu
Sunday Plight domino 14, pas,
nave brunt", or' oon
. Cor,,Jameice es Trinided atm.'
' Rev. Livinpient Paster
'undo echoer mite sal
htorninp Worship le:ii8 Cm.
pundit, plight Service of ad pa.
COMMUNITY CNIAIPRIV,
' Diablo Height& ",",
' (near Melia school)
Rot Carl Y. Thompson ,
Non MI: Diablo Heights
thou's; Noma, Gamboa TIT ,ots
Church Nalhoo 4211
tilt Oche" toie,0 Idle LIM
, era Service s, IftiN MSC
Youth nervico tou Pat
1 pangolistio Sot;:tlett in PAL

tirviihtIL:Jr" 1;3e, luiLlzess, es lima:policy hire," White
and-ft-ay-4 cso'..1."'told reporters. Hs said a number,

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REDEZ14131 LUTHERAN CHURCH
, Saline Seed .at Wight Street
':' Seg. Robert Oneeick, Pallet
Sot ink -,,,,
Sunday Scheel, Alibi Clan Lin
pivine Service 10:111 o
Hely Comintmlon Prat 01,undo a lb
.-. Athuitig gide
Coen Sol Chapei
' Mt. heteriek S. illicit,
Divine Service 11 it AL .1
MIL Communion. kit Sunday
,
amrhon IPaltars Board ilid..19S-X Le
Boca Beau Bailie& CJi. labbi Nathan
Witiiin Director.
- Berrien friday.' !Se BAN Saturday.,
1:$0
ilea vie net' mga et Jewish sorties
undo tem& lane and Stations).
Cecil gel Ihearith Israel. Ave Avenida
nida Avenida Cuba and Beth Street. Bona Vino,
Panama City Borneo 11;00 am.
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PACIPIC SIDS
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PONT AMADOR
Iun lot Church,4-11unday School COO
Morning Worship .... ., 10:00
Chusch-tinle Nursery 10:00
Fellowship Hour ...... 11;00
FORT KUSH
Sunday School It :00
bjornintli WorohiP 10:30
s outh allowably 0;30
NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Stmday School ...... I :80
Morning Worohly 11:00
(Hair Conununion first Sun
day of Month)
PORT CLAYTON
Sunday School MN
' Morning Worship 10:15
' Youth TallowshipSunday 1:00
ALIIROOK AM PORCH SASE
Sunday School 11:311)
' Homing Worahlh? 11:110 10:45
, Youth Follows p 0 ;10
, Adult Stale ClaaaMonday 1:110
Yount Pimple's Instruction
Tuesday :SO
15th ND HICADQUAITHRS CHAPHL
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(Holy Canununion First Sun
, thty of Month)
Cat1-7Xis
FORT AMADOR
, Dolly Mass 4:15
illunda, Misses I:50 da 1110
Confessions Sat;isy 410
FORT KOBBS ,,,
Daily Masa ... 0;15
Sunday Maass '1:00, t:15 & '11:45
Confusions Saturday 1110 s 7:50
Catechism ClassWednesday COO
DX NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass ,- 1:30
PORT CLAYTON
Daily Masa COO
Saturday Maas ... .... 7:00
Sunday Masa
Confessiona Saturday 1:00 1110
COROZAL
Stmday Masa . 1040
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS r
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Daily Male ssssss 1:00
Saturday Mao :00
Sunday Masses 1:45 12:00
Sunday Mao (Spaniahl ... 10
Novena Servicao
Confessions Saturday r 1:00
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' Wort Itobati Saturday 110
DSCNM la lboa,,Irriday 110
Albrook Air Force Maui:day 4:00
11504W11, lialbos.,41aturday 510
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tuhttAy School' iit.'4;r;t '4,140
, Morning Worships 4 20:45
, P, rill .... .... 0111,41i...1i 1010
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Divine Servico 11:00 sm. i
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VitDNICSDAY: :
laihi latudv ind rtsyst Sirvii
WBEINZSDAY:
le Study Ind Prow Service
1:30 p.m,
Patin Side Paimmi
Pastor T.R. Archbold Tel, 21-3.3890
Cabe Verde. Aveh J.T. de le Ossa No.
Chorrillo 1101. No. It
Pueblo Nuevo B.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sta..
II le Abajo 11th St. No, TT
Gamboa and Frijoles
Pi littOr W. H. Waller Tel. 1-110
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 1-103
Spanish Churches Pacific Side rettlitill
Pastor Daniel Morteada Tel. 31-3-
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Panama, Calle Darien No. 11.
Pedregal 811 Nuevo Gterare,'
Atlantis Side
Pastor O. 'A, Belfries Tst. 1-2108
Cristobal itnglish Nth ds
Ave.
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 1-2103
Cristobal Spanish iiith 116 liver
Ave.
Control Office
0844 soften load, Toi.
8-188I It 84801.
Justice Department
To Appeal Ruling
In Slipreme Court
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Jus Justire
tire Justire Department said yesterday it
will go directly to the Supreme
Court to appeal a lower court's
ruling: that a key section ott the
1957. Civil Rights taw is uncon unconstitutional.
stitutional. unconstitutional. '
S. DistricC Judge T. Hoyt
Davis of Macon, :Ga., struck down
a portion of the law Thursday
that allows federal officials to
seek bijunctions for persons Vito
claim their voting rights have
been violated.,'
Assistant Atty. Gen. W. Wlitiort
White, head of the Justice Depart
reeat's Civil Rights Division. said'
the ruling would be appealed
straight to the high Court, hypes.
sing the circuit court of anneal4
because it involved an Act, q: of
Congrese,
, However, ,White said Solicitor
Gen. J,Lee Rankin told him the
arguments on the case could tot
ba presented H to 'the Supreme
Court before nett fall. The :Su::
preme Court usually closes down
from late June until late Septem September.
ber. September. 1
in 'the meantime, I White said,
his Civil Rights Division: II -"still
in 4business."
"We're going to adopt la btai.
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;,UNION CHURCH
Oa mboo -
The tongregation of the Girobcia
Union Church 'will celebrate' Na-1
tional Library Week tomorrow
morning. A library of books gath-1
ered over a period of two years I
will be dedicated in tho tervIce of'
morning worthip. Some -of the'
books have already .been in use
by,teachers in the Sundsy School.
All books have now been formal formally
ly formally catalogued and numbered. Bor Borrowere
rowere Borrowere may take out books at tre
close of the morning service. Re Regular
gular Regular hour' for borrowing and re returning
turning returning will be announced later.
The list include, books of spe spedal
dal spedal appeal to young people, such,
as, -"The Story of the Church," Dy
W. Russell Rowie. Popular lilies
for Parents ,'' Ind 'teachers. are
"When Children Ask" and "Chi',
dren's- -P rayors Around the'
World.'t 'Biogrophioli and books
of stories 'are, included-'A few
others will be added in requests.
Morning Worship tho read readInge
Inge readInge and the message witt,tenter
around the theme, "Tee Romance
of ,the Boa."' Ths servies will
begin at lo:mu ctur:

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(iiiijiiIiiii0i
Fo.F sogilliiis
The lalboa Y.M.C.A. plans a
course in beginners Russian to
meet three evenings for a week
for one hour, and continuing for
three months.
In 'order to answer questions
which might be in the minds of
prospective students, and to de determine
termine determine the best hours for claws
a meeting of all who might be in interested
terested interested will be held on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the YWCA.
The instructor, will be present at
that time to discuss the content of
the course and the text to be us used.
ed. used. This is merely an informative
meeting, and does not Mists
anyone to enroll.
Those who cannot attend be
meeting and wish to enroll -tan
call at the "Y" personally or tele
phone Balboa 2839 or 2759.
. ,,:e
The personal and public life of
Xing George VI documented from
the Reyal Archives, it presented in
It new book, "Xing George VI,"
which Was placed in circulation
this week by the Canal Zone Li.
brary. 1
John W. Wheeler Bennett, author
of the classic "Nemesit of Power"
was given unrestricted access te
the Royal Archives' and this book
is the result of five years of re..
search that took him thrOughout
the world.
The life of King George VI from
childhood until he became Kihg is
told in intimate detail including
the story of how he solved the del delicate
icate delicate matter of Edward's abdica abdication.
tion. abdication. The complete list of new books
and their authors follows:
NON-FICTION v.- The House
Beautiful Treasury of Contemonr
ary Amreican Homes:Barry; The
Great Chicago Fire, Cromie; The
Civil War, Foote; I Always Wanted
to ,be Somebody, Gibson; My Ttn
Yearr as a counterspy, Morro':
Handball, Bit Play ind Manage.
ment, Phillips:. Supermanship,
Potter; The Privilege was ,Mine,
Schakovsky: Mickey Mantle of tbe
Yankeek, Schoor, The Rise of
Modern Asia. Thomson; Xing
George VI, His Life and Reign,
WhtelerBennett.
FICTION With'All '1111e1 World
Away, Balmer; Someone from the
Past, Bennett; Mrs. Bridge, Cow
nell; The Case of thi Deadly Toy,
Garnder; The Naked Mid, Ger.
son; Untimely, Death, Hare: The
Ring of Truth, Lawrence; The A.
pH! Robil Murders. Rice; Return
of the Stranger, Roberts;The
lora of Midnight, Trevon
CHILDREN'S BOOKS Carol
Carson: Books Across the Border,
Bailey; Frog in the 'Well, Tresselt;
Want to be a Policeman, Greene;
The Costume Book for Parties and
Playe, Lemming.
PROPOSt ARTS AGINCY
WASHINGTON (DPI) Sens.
Jacob K. Javits (11-11X.) and
Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa.) have
Proposed legislation to establish a
United States Arts Foundation to
assist and encourage production productionof
of productionof plops. concerti, ballt end
other performances.
PM,M0,..,.041106.1010100...NO.M.P.EPOIOOMP,OOMPPOR,OPPIP
of lights Investfigations, were
underway and same Bair lawsuits
may,b. filed "within the Bair fu futUre
tUre futUre despite the Davis ruling.
Davis held that the JUitie. La
partmeni'll first civil rights suit
under the 1951 lawagainst the
Terrell County (Ga.) Board ,rof
Itegistrarsviolated state's rights
guaranteed in the Constitution be.
cause it would alio. proyida kgal
actions against private individue
,
DNIMPLOYMENT DROPS
" LONDON' (UPI) s-o, The Minis.
try Labor announced today
unemployment dropped bY 58,000
persons in Great Britain during
ibe period between Feb.' 9 'and
March 'O. The building end cm,
fronting industry showed the big biggest
gest biggest decrease, with 27,0004

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Over 35 communities tend
representatives to the first. IA IAnual
nual IAnual 4 Community Development
Conference which will be held on
April 25'at thE Professional Schord
in Paiti Ila.,
The program which Is being
sponsored by the Department, of
Social Welfare of the Ministry of
Labor,' Social Welfare and Public
Health and arranged by Raymond
Gordon, community 'development
advisor for scisp,, will include
presentations by government of officials
ficials officials group diecussions and
films.' $
At 9 ean. Heraclio Barletta B.,
Minister of Labor Social Welfare
and Public Health, will officially
open the conference. Greetings
will also be received from Ralph
R. Will, chief of tbe Point Four
mission inPanama, and Dr. Is Ismael
mael Ismael Olivares, first Vice-Minist
er of Education. Miss Elsa Va Vades,
des, Vades, Director of the Department
of Social Welfare, Will be the pre presiding
siding presiding officiall The keynote ad address
dress address wat be given by Dr. Juan
Silva, director of rural education
for SCIDE. Dr. Guillermo Gue Guevara,
vara, Guevara, director of the astern di.
vision ot public healthy will pre preside
side preside ,at the, closing session at-the
conference. ,,,--
The community development
program was inaugurated in De Decomber,
comber, Decomber, 1957, with the first pro project
ject project being located at La Meta in
the Province of Veraguas. Since
that time; projects have boon put
in operation In, Los Santos, He Herrera,
rrera, Herrera, Cocles,,Panama and Colon.
The program in Panama is part
of a world wide movement that
started in India- about 1947. It is
based on the importance of tom tommunition
munition tommunition solving their own pro
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END 'YOUR, SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH.:
, 0 :40--MORNINO WORSHIP
"THE PEAR OP LONELINESS"

Sin creates isolation which strikes fear in the human
heart. Only Christ has the answers to our fear& And,'
loneliness. q-
, CHILDREN'S CHAPLrL 10:40 R. L Snyder
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages);,
, We need you to help us in our "Show Your Faith",
campaigndon't 'min this Sunday4 But you
' NI a place to strengthen, youti,talth,t encouragolteIrin
Christian living, provide 'sound, Christ centered, chal-;
lenging Bible study. A place of 'study le provided Cr''-
, every member of your funny. ,
6:30BAPTIST TRAI,NINO UNI N
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Conversion is not the end Of your search 'for peace
only the beginning. Only a trained and yowling,:
Christian finds real satisfactiori ,in the Christian hal,'
'7:30"THE COMO FEDERATION OF to
NATIONS'" .;;
The 13th Chapter of Revelation is the best comment:4
' ary on world events of today. Watch the enlinement'.
of nations as they pran for the great conflict. !""1"'
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tuai aid calling on the government
for technical assistance when rih,
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section believes that self-help
capacity that human beings have ,,,-,
as- individuals.' groups or com-1,-:
mtmities to make use of theirown
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vital improvements' itre Jimpar::gif
tent for communities that solution1,i,
of problems through, Change "brat,-
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partmente in bringing informs,.
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ties.
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first attempt' to being together rt..;
presentatives from local commun-','
ities and governmental depart.;
menti in order ti exchange Meek
about -'commtmity improvement, '..1
The purpose of the, conference fil -,
to provide a basis for further dis, -
cussion that will take place on
local eommunity level. -,
In addition to -the formal pro
gram an extensive list of exhibits :
have been prepAred by the fol.
erganuationc
Nutrition Sect,ion, Sanitary Land
Health-Education of the Ministry
of Labor, Social Welfare and
bile Health, SCIDE, DAP, Mini;
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.; NEW YORK, April 18 (UPI) -- Unbeaten
Cleveland has a perfect record and tperfect" new
,Z1, bullpen phenom in Dick Brodowski, who hasn't
yielded a single run since putting on an Indian uni uni':
': uni': form.

Brodowski, rapidly m akin g
Cleveland fans forget all about Ray
' Narleski and DWI Mos,, already
has-saved three of the 'Miens' five
,'"vietories this season and has not
' given up a hit or a run in any of
those three appearances.
The '26-year-old relievef from
Bayonne, N.J., couldn't make the
, ,' grade in previous trials with the
Red Sox and Senators, but has
been invincible since reporting to
Cleveland from San Diego last
year. He got into five games for
the Tribe last season and didn't al-,
low a run.
It was some more of the same
' last night when he -took over for
starter Gary "Bell at the start of
,-- the eighth inning. Brodowsid zip zip'
' zip' ped past the last six batters and
;. was credited with his first victory
,,, when Cleveland scored in the ninth
to beat Kansas City, 4-3.
" -A crowd of 18,850largest ever
, attend an April night game in
Clevelandsaw Carroll H ar d y
-', score the Winning'run from second
base when third btiSeMan Hal
Smith committed, two errors on
Minnie Mifioso's two-out groutder.
- Before Brodowsid came on,
:Whitey Herzog Maris and Smith
, each homered ofi Bell while Vic
'; Power connected.for Cleveland.
' The victory kept the Indians a
, game ahead of the second-place
White Sox, who handed the Ti Ti,
, Ti, ; gees their sixth straight loss, 6-
, L Baltimore beat Washington, 4-
3, and Boston blanked the Yon Yon.
. Yon. Imes, 4-0, in the other American
-, League games.
In the National League, the Car Car....
.... Car.... illnals clipped the Giants, 4-1; the
I' Cubk downed' the Dodgers, 9-4; the
Phillies defeated the Reds, 5-1,
and the game between the first firstplace
place firstplace Braves and last-place Pi Pi!'
!' Pi!' Tates was curtailed because of
, 'rain wild the score tied at 2-2 aft aft.
. aft. : er nine innings. It will be replayed
from the beginning at a later date.
Jini Rivera's two-run double in
the eighth inning off Narleski
broke a 4-4 tie and earned the
' ',..;',White Sox their fifth win in seven
r.:atarts. The loss was Narleski's
third In a row. Rudolfo Arias post postv
v postv red his first major league victor!
4or the White Sox. The Tigers col collected
lected collected 14 hits, including homers by
Eddie Yost and Al Kaline. Rookie
, Norm Cash hit a three-run homer
" for Chicago.
Pmch-lutter Gene Woodline ac ac'.
'. ac'. counted for the Orioles' triumph

Thrilling Renewal of $75,000

Wood Memorial Looms Today

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By RAY AYRES
NEW YORK (UPI)A thrilling
renewal of the Wood Memorial,
which could determine the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby favorite, shapes up
at Jamaica to when Fiest
Landing, Atoll and Intentionally
Clash in the $75,000-added stake.
Nine were entered for New
York's final and most searching
test for Triple Crown aspirants,
but interest centered on the "big
three." A smashing performanc
by any of them could cut down
what now looks like a large field
for the Rose Run at Chureitt
Downs on May 2.
But if one of the othersMan
assa Mauler, Our Dad, Noble Set,
Audience, Black Hills or 0,-,en
View, stable mate to Atollscores
an upset, one of the largest Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby fields of all time
, niay result.
Landing Tho Favorite
First Landing, owned by the
Meadow Stable of Christopher T.
Chenery, was installed as favor favorite
ite favorite with his odds quoted at 4-5.
The champion of 1958, when he
won 10 of 11 starts and a record
$396,460, was a disappointment in
.Florida this winter, bUt he re regained
gained regained his winning form in a
prep race at Jamaica Monday.
Eddie Arearo, who "owns" the
Wood Memorial, rides just as ,he
bas in every start First Landing
, bas made. Arcaro has won the
; Wood Memorial eight times, in ineluding
eluding ineluding two divisions in- 1947. Ile
has taken the last three.
Ile Wood Memorial has turned
tip six Kentucky Derby winners,
but only one of Arcaroli scored
at LouisvilleHoop Jr. in
Shoemaker, winner of the
,'Airood in 1954 with Correlation,
::46 Tides Intentionally for the
field Farms of Harry. Isaacs. In In:,',.tentionally,
:,',.tentionally, In:,',.tentionally, although beaten by
:;;AtollAn the Gotham Stakes last
,Baturday, looms as second choice
at
let black colt put the imly
blot,.'. on First Landing's rec rec.:0rd
.:0rd rec.:0rd last Beaton Jokhen he beat the
champion hi the Futurity Stakes at
, Belmont Park. .,.
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'To Bit Tolovisd
Atoll already has registered two
stakes Victoria at the Jamaica
rntetingo taking the Swift prior to
the ,Gotbant. lie was ridden by

over the Senators with a sacrifice
fly in the eighth inning- with the
bases loaded. Woodling's blow
came off loser-Dick Hyde, who
filled the bases on three walks.
Milt Pappas stopped the Senators
on six hits and struck out eight.
Tom Brewer handcuffed the
Yankees on two hits in out-pitching
Bob Turley, who beat him on open opening
ing opening day. Mickey Mantle's single in
the fourth and Andy Carey's sin single
gle single in the fifth were the only hits
allowed by Brewer. Gene Stephens
drove in Boston's first two runs
and Pete Runnels paced the Red
Sox nine-hit attack with a double
and two singles.
Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell
set the Giants down on four hits in
pitching the Cards to their victory.
Mizell had a shutout until Orlando
Cepeda slammed his fourth homer
in the ninth. St. Louis knocked out
loser Mike Cormiek before a man
was out in the first inning when
they scored twice on singles by
Don Blasingame, Gino Cimoli and
Stan Musial and a double by Ken
Boyer. Hal Smith homered for the
Cardinals in the fourth.
Lee Walls, Ernie Banks and
Walt Moryn each socked a homer
for the Cubs in their win over
the Dodgers. Los Angeles led 4-1
until Chicago tied the score in
the seventh on Banks' third
homer of the over, a walk, Dail
Long's triple and Wails' sacri,,
fice fly. Clem Labine, who. re relieved
lieved relieved starter Stan Williams,
gave up run in the eighth, and
Moryn put the game on ice with
a hverun homer off Johnny Po Pochits.
chits. Pochits. Reliever Bill Henry was the
winning pitcher.
Ray Semproch, replacing injured
Ruben Gomez, hurled two-hit ball
over the last 6 1-3 irseings to gain
credit Thr Philadelphia's victory
over Cincinnati. The Phillies scor scored
ed scored all of their runs during the first
three innings off Brooks Lawrence.
Harry Anderson and Willie Jones
eaeh homered.
Roberto Clemente saved the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates from their sixth straight loss
when he homerekin the eighth in in.nine
.nine in.nine to tie the Braves at, 2-7 he heThre
Thre heThre the rain halted play. 'INA
Groat homered for Pittsburgh in
the fifth. Wes Covington drove in
both MilwAnkee runs with a third thirdinning
inning thirdinning double Opt bounced off first
base and over Ted Kluszewsici's
head. Harvey Haddix and Bob
Rush were the starting pitchers
but it all went for naught.

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Arcaro in those races but Arbaro,
trying to decide upon his Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby mount, has pue
back to First Landing.
Boulmetis replacep the
master aboard Atoll ,while Bobby
Ussery rides stable mate t Opon
View. The Wry was listed, at 5,2.
,
The horses carry Derby Weight
of 126 pounds in the Wood Me Memorial.
morial. Memorial. which at a mile and one oneeighth
eighth oneeighth is one furlong shorter than
the Kentucky Derby.
If all nine horses start, and this
is highly, likely since it coats $2.)0
to enter: them and another MO
to start, the 35th running of the
Wood Memorial will be worth a
total of $88,850 with a net poise
of $56,402.50 to the winner.
HOU Membephip
Up To Recrd 541
.
NEW:At:MC;(11PD The Na
tional Collegiate Athletic Assn.
announced yesterday its tote'
membership has reached a rec
ord 541.
Walter Byers, NCAA executive
director, said the associall-n's
membership now is composed of
498 colleges and universities, 30
allied cenferences and 13 affibat affibated
ed affibated associations.
Addition of Many small schools
has pushed the group's member membership
ship membership to's record high. Since u,50,
the NCAA las enjoyed a 77 per
cent increase' in membership
most of ?the'215 new members be being
ing being classified in the college (sinall
college.) division.
Twenty-five .new members have
been added 'since last Sept. 1,
all being college division institu institutions
tions institutions or conferences.
Nineteen or the 25 newcomer,
elected "ince' last September ir
activ meMbets. Nevadi South-,
rn Univereity: of Las -Vegai is
new associate member and i'flye
conferences, became 'allied mem;
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ence;4Mason Coinerence;4Mason Dixon Intercollegiate
bers. They' are the Central Inter Intercollegiate
collegiate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and
the Tri-Stite Collegiate Basketball
League..

QUEN JUDITH GREETED-41'011mb her toronatioiindlthe prisentatiori of tropilies the' ainb'ow 'City
"Miss Softball of 1959," was congratulated by memberS of the board of directors and other connected to the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softball League. Shown with the queen are: standing (left to right) Bert' Walters, scorer; George' Brathwaite,'
league carpenter; Lefty Evering, president; Cleveland Meikle, commissioner; Astor .Lewis, secretary-treasurer: ,Clinton ,;parris,"
Rainbow City physical education instructor; Rafael,Jovane, publicity director; Herbert Moise, business manager; Daniel pelga pelgado
do pelgado Duarte, league announcer and Jeff Joseph, vice-president. Kneeling (left to right) are: Edmundo Lewis, Beredord, Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, Henry Thomas, Powell team manager; and Carlos Lewis, Jeneath Sealy and Clean Smitn, members of the court, llock
the Queen.

De La Guardia,
Beeson In Esso
Title Match'
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, Final play in 36 holes in the
21st Esso annual Golf Tour'''.
ment will be played tomorrow;
Sunday et tho local course bo botween
tween botween Billy Beoson and Jimmy
de la Guardia in the cha'mpion cha'mpionship
ship cha'mpionship flight. The4two youngsters
who roached tho finals- after e eliminating
liminating eliminating powerful 'players ,and
previous winnors aro 4, evenly
matched and, good plais aro
expected. 0 4
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Rodriguoz apd Captain Hoobeny
ere also playing tho finals to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Rodriguez, who !km'''.
ager of Esso, tho sponsors of the
tournament, Is trying hard to
win his own tournamont after
defeating players), like Carrizo,
Tim Woodruff aftar 54 holos, Ju Julio
lio Julio Valdet and joe Koster. This
could bo the first.timo that an
Esso reprosontativo takos first
place after 21 years the Esso
Tournametit is boing played.
In tho consolation rounds Bart
Elich will play R. &drone in the
finals of the championship flight.
also at 36 holes.
In the seiond flight L. A. Smith
play K. Baldwin to docide
who is th. hotter at 36 holos.
Bud Thomas Wins
Summit Hills Golf
Handicap Tourney
But Thomas sltot a five over
par 75 against John Zelnick in
the finals of the 1959 Summit
Hills Golf and tountry 'Club's
Handicap Tournament and made'
it stand up foe, 4 4ind 3 victory
over the tourniimint medalist.
This win gave Thomas the Sum Sumpit
pit Sumpit Club-Handicap Championship.
The new champion was onlY
two over par. oti .the front nine
and four holes UP on the youth youthful
ful youthful Zelnick,
Julia Hardin. was crowned the
ladies' handicap champion with
her 4 and 2 triumph over Mebs
Ausenehmer. Miss Hardin shot a
net 86 to take the championship.
The winners prizes that go to
champion Thomas, ladies ,tham,
pion Hardind, and medalist !Zel !Zelnick
nick !Zelnick ,will be 'awarded at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the regular monthly
mixed scotch foursome tourna tournament
ment tournament Saturday, APril 25.
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Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club will again plahosts t all
Isthmian golfers and their part partners'
ners' partners' for a mixed scotch four foursome
some foursome bogie golf .tournament on
Saturday, April 25 with tee time
set for 1:00 p.m.
Snmmit Chef Tons, will put out
a T-Bone steak( dinner at 7:00
p.m. at $1,50 per and. all golfers
and' non-golfers are invited. There
will be the regular dancing mu mu.filrEdshed
.filrEdshed mu.filrEdshed at 8:00 p.m.N
This '',Jnonth's tournament will
be a dtiolicate of last month's af affair
fair affair with the partners (", alternat alternating.
ing. alternating. Strokes after the first 'tee.
Drifes off the first tee will' be
seleetlye, but all shots after that
will 'be .alternatel., Men will use
rthe )nten's ,110..'t tee,'
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Greene; Decker
Share Honors
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In Amador Golf
eol. Alphonse A. Greene and
Chaplain (Col.) Silas E. Decker
shared honors in the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Seniors Golf Tournament? an
annual event. on the Amador lmds.
Col. Greene was scratch winner,
mith 165r total tor holeii of
Oay :While Chaplain' Decker was
low man in the handicap division
with a 133.
Runner-up among those play playing
ing playing without a handicap was Sgt.
Thurman W. Napier, whose score
wris 169, while Lt. Col. Albert'C.
Davies, with a 140 total, was sec second
ond second in the handicap division.
Health Departmen!
Softball League
Tea ms
Coco Solo Does
Corozal Mights
Gorgas Medics
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Loop will reach its half way mark
tomorrow. when the teams resume
hostility at the Paraiso ball dia diamond.
mond. diamond. The game will feature the
Corozal Mights as they tackle
with Coco Solo and Gorges in a
doubleheader. The first game will
start at 10 cm.
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At the previous 'game of April
4, which featured the Gorges
doubleheade'r, the Corozal Mights
beat the Gorges 'Medics 11 to 10
and the Medics but slugged the
Coco Solo Does 19 to 15.
The Mights whose hard hitimg
and soft pitching did not seem to
be enough for the serious hes
taken on a different look over
since they pulled a near impos-'
sible one against Gorges. After
giving up 10 big runs in the bot bottom
tom bottom half of the first inning to trail
Gorges 3 toll) they bounced back
and scored their eleventh run in
the top half of the seventh in inning
ning inning for the win while their mound
staff teamed up behind the mas-,
terful handling of manager Joseph
"Joey" Rochester to hold the Me
dies scoreless for the remaining
six inning.
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Tomorrow;i game is expeeted
to be interesting. Manager -St.
Clairb Thorne 'of the Coco. Solo
squad took one long took at hie
opponents last Saturday and ,real ,realized
ized ,realized right 'then that he bettir te0
way aheed of them, so is a sure
bet that he will be coming:901
Agard, his ace who Is credit Fab
all his victories so far. ,
Confidence is running- high
among the Corozal squad end eon-'

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the top half of the seventh in- G. Alexander 3 1 5 7 NEW 17011,K (tTPI) --- The INTs INTsfling
fling INTsfling for the win while their moUnd B. Gibson' 2 2 1 6 tional Broadcasting Co. an anstaff
staff anstaff teamed up behind the mas- B. Spurlock 2 2 1 8 nounced yesterday that it will tele teleterful
terful teleterful handling of manager Joseph ft.' Mead 0 1 3 1 vise the 1959 Davis Cup challenge'
"Joey" Rochester to hold the Me D. Atexander 10 10 1 30 round and the final two days of
dies scoreless for the remaining T omb e 1 0 1 2 the national tennis ehampionships
six inning. Burch 0 0 2 0 at Forest Hills. '''
' Totals' 18 16 14 52 ,The .' challenge round, to be
Tomorrow;ii game is expeeted ' ..:, played in the ilJnited States for
to be interesting. Manager st. the first time since' 1955, is ached achedClairb
Clairb achedClairb Thorne of the Coco Solo '' uled for Aug. 28,-29 and 30. Days
thing to beat. Bid manager
squad took one long took at his on which the network will tele,
?Joey" Rochester who is deter deteropponents
opponents deteropponents last Saturday and ,real- vise this tennis classic have not
mine to, make some r a d i c a I
ized right then that he better itn0 yet been determined.
changes in the' standing tomor tomorway
way tomorway ahead of them, so is a sure NBC will. televise the semifinal
.4,,,it row is not counting much on feet
bet that he will be coming, and final tounds:pl'the national
ings. It-was learned that he was singles chaMpionshipS on Satur SaturAgard,
Agard, SaturAgard, his ace who is credit with recruited one more pitcher to day and Sunda3r,..Sept, 12 and 13.
all his victories so far. bolster his mount staff. The new
Confidence is running- high This will be the eighth strtglit
., pitcher,is expected, to be of. the
among the Corozal squad end eon year 'that the network will cover
fidence at times can be a ,,,hard caliber of his Ace Sam' 1 P
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The Green Devils of Junior Col College
lege College led by small but spectacular
Donnie Alexander, got off on the
right foot last, night when they
downed a stuborn high school
team by the score of 52-39.
,
High School took' a early, lead
in the first quarter and were put
front 3-0. This was the only lead
they enjoyed. The rebounding of
big Bill Gibson and gangling Ga Gary
ry Gary Alexander did much to make
the victory possible,- Howver,
,point ,produelion 6f these two
spacemen was not impressive. Ga Gary
ry Gary picked up sevei ansl Bill push pushed
ed pushed through, six ,points.
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Don Alexander was the putstand putstand,
, putstand, ing performer for J.C. with a neat
,total of thirty counters,
The Bulldog attack centered a around
round around rotund Lem Kirkland who
chalked up nineteen points for the
losers.
,
Jumor ,College replacement's
Burch, Trimble, Benson gave good
mounts of themselves while re releaving
leaving releaving the first stringers and
may take over starting posts if
J.C. ball handling does not show
an immediate improvement.
In the junior Varsity game the
Devils eked out an exciting 25-24
victory in Which it was necesssry
to go int one overtime period.
Benson and Jim Whitman perform
ed well for the Green and white
little.Devils.
The next sCholastic game will
be played at Margarita next
Tuesday when the Tigers of CHS
greet and meet the Bulldogs. SIB
The box score:
BALBOA
Player
Stromberg
Ness
Cunningham
'Kirkland
Morris
Womble
P Oak
Totals
' 'JUNIOR
G. Alexander
B. Gibson
B. Spur lock
It.' Mead
D. Alkander
T ble
Burch
Totals'
Fg Ft Pt Tot
1 1 1 3
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8 3 2 19
3 1 3 .7
1 0 2 2
0 0 2 0
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A varle41- sportr achedule on
both radio and television has
been"programed for the Carib
bean rorces Network during the
coming week. iThe events in
elude:
Radio (Baseball)
Saturday April la Philadelphia
vs Cincinnati, 1:20 10,111;'s
Sunday, APril pptriot is uht uhtcago,
cago, uhtcago, 2 p.m. '-
Monday, April 26; New York vs
Boston, 2 p.m.
Tuesday, April 21, St,. Louis vs
Chicago, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, April 22, Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland vs Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday'.. April 23, New York
vs Washington 2 p.m.
'TV
Friday, April 17, Wrestling, 10
Tommy Bradley and Carl
von Hess vs John and Ted Lew:n;
Gene Stanley vs Chuck Savona,
from New ,York City.
Saturdai,' April 18, Bowling Der
by, 2 p.m,p ,team ,- match, plus
game between Ray Bulcher and
Hoss Yontob, from Los Angeles;
Roller DerbY, tpm., Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Braves vs ,Hollywood Ravens,
from Los Angeleli;:'sports Time,
5, pan'., Golf Shotv Encore, 11:15
p.m., Lloyd"Mangrum vg Walter
Burkemo.
, Wednesday, Apre. 22, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fights, 10 p.m., 10-
roun&heavyweight bout between
Harold JOIIIISOn and Howard
King, t y
Thursdat 'April 24. Golf Show,
7 p.m.;.Fight of the Week, 10 p.m.,
Y a hs m Babania vs Wilf
Greaves, folight "o March 13, at
Madison Square Garden.
NBC To Tlvise
Davis Cup' Natibnal
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Tennis Championship
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1 BALBOA MIMED LIAGNI4
,
liamo Won Loit
01 lon-Hickman , 21 7
oys Brothers Ins. 19 9
lbonite Balls , , 18 '' 10
eche Nut '16, 12
eel Bread ,-, 15 13
ss Shoes .: ,- 14 14 ,
scud Cookies 14 14
anada Dry ' 1212 '15Va
amel Winston Salem 1112 1512
per Mate Pens 9 19,
abst Blue ,Ribbon , 9 19.
Ivo Products, 9 19
Leading Averages (Men): RU RU173,
173, RU173, Nickisber 171,' Alvarado
. (Women):, Rtidy 154,' Metz Metzr
r Metzr 145; Smith 138., ,
-
, &Hon Hickman 4
- Fiascos! Cookies 0
..
The Dillon Contractbrk cement cement1
1 cement1 their first ,-plaitt "AppaitiOn ,rhy
urying the Yucual 'Cookies:, for
11 four c,hits. Only l the opening
und, did 'the-PitionarTastries
4t up some resistance when they
teat down 'by 32 pint: After 'that
will ih' avitlanebo'for the ,Dilion
lilies.' Although-Acme it the', 01-'
na idt ;00' scratch, bur, ititCot
Iva smacked it the handicap waY.
Shirley CaVanaugh ., 527, Glenn
.eNall 541, Lee Chintz 512 and
ob Carlin 550,' who' also ',sported
207 single. For the 'P a 1 C 12 41
)eldes, .,Navy's Joe Bieber shot
501 scratch' arid 540 handicap.,
tatehmaker Rolph Districh put
lgether 552 handicap and Mint
inith 522 handicap.: I J
, 4,
Soyd itrethers 4 'Miss Sims 0
1The Boyd Brothers Instirance so soOltors
Oltors soOltors cellected plenty, of pro proiiums
iiums proiiums from' the ten -pins,- .and
irew plenty of 'discord in the
tech& Music' Chorutrit "Wag 'Oho
l those nights that good bowling
lug somirbreaks meant the' Boys
Ould do in .,,Avrong.' 'Two '., of 'the
oyds went, over the,.,50 scratch,
Eel Leidner with 204-527, and Cur4
Bates 528. Curly was espectally,
agged iri picking up, four spate
4 one game. , 4-
Besides 'these twin dicks the
ost of Boyds, band bagged 5C
andicap, Paul ,Karst 548, YWifie
ate 503 and Ginny Deveau 503.
'or the upset Grecha,( Don Rud
las the. best on ,lanes, rent!, and
ivo with 200-534 scratchi VI Rudy
iade an -even 500 handicap and,
ou Glud 524 also handicap.
, Ebonite,ltatis 4 Bois Shoes 0 1
'The Ebonite Bowler! continueci
leir einderella role in the' league,
be first half last placers are now
illy two points oUt oflirst place,
beir victims of a '4 to. 0.,,ticbi 0.,,ticbioring
oring 0.,,ticbioring were the Bari Shoes,...whot,
overal weeks ego 'were leading
le loop, but now find themseivell
O a tie for sixth.,,slot. ,' :
IA quartet.'ef 211 Ebonite went
!to the 500 handicaporbiti 'Fred
lartinez' Int Bess Shepard 665',,
lurt Deveau 350 Ind Bructs.'Monq
1 w one loss; "Tink BasieShotti 1whO'
d very little to cheer about had
g Jim Catrou ,Mtting 572, anct
eisterctlaus,,' Kleishmamo 5214,
rth handicap ", ,,.. , ,. ":',: 7
, 1,, i-4', ,,,.!', 1
I Pabst Moe Ribbon Beer 2 ,E
'rl'( PIM :10.kt: 1; .' .1-: I
The pais 'ef'biaad' &Orli'. the to
pal ovens had td come from, bet
ind to earn an wyen. splitAn the
Mild 'stanza, 'the 'Pabst vinstaz
ad Harry Roust'Histling 203 and
lee Carter experimented In :ii
ow diallerPi end r delivered 224.
be next two games,,I, want to 1..
est, one,bp 23 and linOther by 3.
Dee Carter, continued his tape tapeMelitik
Melitik tapeMelitik And fiotaled with ,, 577
retch and. SO,' handicap. Other
arts of, the Pabst Brewers were
ackie Miller:547, Harry Rouse
$3 and Vire-Prexy Lena Burchott
17 all nandloap.411, of ,the Idea,
',reads overe on' the beam,. '44 y:
lin 'Asada, 523;4,Dolores- C4 4tro
471, Bea Jensen 524.Eari, Freund
IS and Charlie Ehrenberg 517 all
Inlicap. (II tr 4,..',0$ 4t '41
, 1,, 0 ,,,,,,i,v y ,q.! O. 4 l'
''., Canadl',Dry IA, ' 4
Camel-Winaten Salem Vs i
Loi eigarriaos"Y shuffled their 'i
,

lineup of the Camel. Winston and
Salem keglers, -and the new iook
prodUced resultsi'' when' the CWS
sockedout a 334, to 12 margin over
the first -half 'champs. Bertha
Patio came ,up With. 508, Jerry
Hill 518, Tiny Lindernberg 523 Ind
"anchor" Ann Bill liked her new
spot' and was not dragging with
574, all handicip.'' For, the Cana Canada
da Canada Dry Hi-Spots,' only the Matz Matzgers,
gers, Matzgers, were on the imam, Mimi Ta Tallied
llied Tallied 50 and George 527, both ban ban,
, ban, tyre, Products ,
Paper Agate Pens'
With two Turc0: PrOctiCts,' a.
mong the missingr the Turco, Sul Sultans
tans Sultans still cleaned Up on the Paper
Mate Pins by a 3 to 1 count.
Now these two teams plus Pabst
are tied for last place. FM' the
winners Vic Ortiz had 550, Pat
Bailey 541 and Captain lions Cis Cistro'
tro' Cistro' 534, all handicap,' The Paper.
Materitad'-virio'"of",topnintett
performers.,'!,Tex Ritter had ;528
scratch, Int; 60 handicip. !Raul
Alvarado' 518 and Carmeh,'Ploires1
50 all, handicap'.
, !,!ry audow6

Balboa Mon's Summer' Lamps
,

The Winter League 'just finished
its moot colorful ; Ind suecessful
season.'-Thg leaguets;bowling party
was out' of this world, considered
by .1114111, as the' outstanding 'party
of the year.; '
The attendanei far. '',ixceed sll
previous men's league partiek and,
that of the estimaltd number. Par Party
ty Party started et .6 p.-in? with 'one full
hour of open barifollowed by
steak 'dinner ,that the; Police Policemen's
men's Policemen's Lodge' ia,,noted for:H
. Bob- Toland and his ''aiistant
Dick' BoYster 'Were In 'hargit, of
PartY arrangements doing'a".real
bang up ,job. After dinner,,tiCurly
gime- a brief open,addretit and
introduced the league officers, al also
so also the chairmen- Who served on
various com'mittees throtighnut
the Winter 'League:reason::
,John Barbour was first le reteive'an:4tward-
which t was The
ABC. belt bucklefor the mest im improved
proved improved bowler in -the
' Winning 'team sPonsbrtei troPitY
went to Crawford Agency,- Zenith
TV: In& ywinning team ,Jrophies
and 'chevrons went- to Al;
Tejada, F. Martinez,. G.,,-Grianaldo
and team' Capt. ,H,DelAtca.
McLane' won the high 'Ave.
trophy:with, 185; Bob 'Pallid- 2nd.
high.,,ave., trophy. with 718 and
DeLuca 3rd., with 470.' r.
'; Last ;Thursday,: night the' Sitm Sitmmer,
mer, Sitmmer, League bpened-with 12, teams
and 'realy put on a great -shoo
bY bagging 'out some t rr ifie
scores as- the atanding
shw.,,This year the league ,will
,be,, run. under, the handicap lye lyetem,
tem, lyetem, -20(i, scratch based, On b()
cent, handicap, 4
'Team Standings "with handicaps'
it L
, ,,
Travels 4 0
Lincoln Life ,4 0
, 11,4, ,0
Martini .Vermouth ,' -I
GoodYear.,Tirea, ,,1
Kent ,Cigarettes-,', 1.3, 4
Balboa- Beet, .4 3
Pepsi Cola a
Hillman Cara 3
Mt) ''''' h''t

Zenith 0 r 4
Astra 4
- 77 '0' 4
11, 8 t A r I ?'
, el'1 High Taira' Serisfy T., 4:
'";',' "with', handiespi
Tivoli': Travels N,?,. , I 3033
' Lincoln' Life 2984 ,''
-' Martini Vermont 2945
,High 'Taam dant ,
, .",' hapdkap" '' .1
Cara '0. 1042
Balboa Beer iti. ,c.,"10o8
. 987
, n
Mt, Kettir bigh;.. scratch series,
Anti iy .,,,
turenberger,bigh se series.
ries. series. 572 ":r
'Mt Liednet and' Prinowski
.111111) errattb', aeries, 349.'
-T.041.uttenberger high ;.14,Foratth
ga int,- '217.; )
r T4, Keeler,, And Klelichtgann,
.

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high aeriteh game AI 1'
O. Peret, high tietateht gime,
tam standings, high team se.
ries and high team game art all
with handles!).
Ind. scores and ave. are scratch.
Tivoli jumped tout frnot ,by
taking AU A pointa tend high se series
ries series (3033) for the, night.
Tivoli Travels 4 Zonith TV

Ski, Prusinowski was high for
etravleers, vlith 549, Burton had
532 and king.. 524; John. Barbour
the dark horse, winner of the ABC
most improved bowlet of the win winter
ter winter League 'awArd,,, was 'high for
Zenith (494). t A
'Lincoln Life 4 Astra Products
The Ins. boys (put on another
big show by'rolling the 2nd. high
serieg of the evening, (2964) T.
Keeler yes the big gun, for toin toincoin
coin toincoin with gamer'of 201. 211; end'
205 for high wretch, series of the
night. MI McLane was high for
Astra yfith 498..
, Colo Duran 4 Stu Star
' this rather lov scoring match
the coffee boys nOsed out the dai dairy
ry dairy boys for 4 mints. Soften a new,
member was high for puran with
472. Tejeda high for Blue Star,

Martini Vormi-outh 3 Balboa Boor 1

This was a good match, Marti.
ni lost the first game by ratty 6
pips but came back taking the
next 2 and pin fall..C. Ehremberg
was high for Martini with a 537,
Sslyers alsn bad a 531. Tony !Att.
enberger, the star of the 8111130a
tem hidoteconil high scratch Re Reries,
ries, Reries, 57 and high single Sam el27
for the ight., 0. Perez had 53,0,
oed' 3' I '''' I 1
G year iris, Peps Co a
This match was also close, the
tire boys taking the first and ...last
'Rime with pin fall. Swede Nelson
is back again and WAS high for
Goodyear with 542. Curly Wised
the 500 by 3 pins., Mel. Liedner
was high for the cola team witb
549. Bruce Hassler also missed the
800 oIllY 8 Pim
Kent Cigarettes 3 Hillman Cars 1
Eefit nosed out the car boys in
it good match, although handicap.
ed with 2 blinds, pepe
the star of the Keit team was
high with 544. Howard 'roland Abe
big gun this year for Hillman had
-513.
MARGARITA LEAGUE
VOICE OP MUSIC TRIMS COPS
'' TO WIN ROLL.OPP
BOling just enough to win the
Voice of Music emerged the
champions of the Margarita
League. Winning the first game
by only 7 pins.and the second by
31 they were up a total of 38
sticks going into the, third game.
Losing this Isms by' 25 pins still
had them' b 13 sticks for the
last game.

last game. ,;,
t Evidently 1, the pressure had
worn off and the VtM rolled- an
830 series to win over the Cristo,
hal r0lice ,by, an- additional 50
Pisa. TO' say that there was ten.
sion here would be a mild under,
statement. Both sides were al
tense as any 'roll "" off ;that' this
writer has' attended. lids can be
attested by the stores from both
sides. p ,,
The man 'of tha, hour" wits Walt
Johnson who roUed a 879 aeries
to lead the pick:- But Bill Gra.,
ham, about ready ,:to give utt
howlihg fort lack of 'improvement
got ti new baU and likes the de
Am well that pe says he
will be back next year,-to t show
us -all-'hoWt to' bowl., One goo4
thing Dan be' said for the losers,
They-outrolled the V51 scratch,
being led by Paul Stewed with
a 640 serieko ,,k
'Weir MIAs, the new season will
start in the early part of Septemhl
ber. Shorld have new -alleys bY
ttil then, see you in the

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VOICE OF MUSIC
Griham 189 123 151 155 588
Martin 155 155 143 176 629
Graham 159 123 151 1.55 588
Brooks 172 157 149 138 616
Janson 156 '190 151 182 679
DeVoll 146 127 161 160 594
St. John 135 141 133 170 579

Totais 768 738 145 805 3056
25 25 25 zs

793 763 770 830 3156
CRIISTOSAL POLICE
Fortner, 155 139 172 130 597
Tully, 149 159 148 144 608
Guest 146 137 157 171 611
Martin 155 155 143 176 629
Stewart 183 142' 164 151 640
Totals 786 732 795 7721085
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
LEAGUE
, ,,A
Team Standings
Spalding Dot 0, 11 -12
APA 16 -13
No. 2 22 .17
No. 2 22 -17
Mini-Max 20I-1812
Tahiti Jewelry 17 -22
Colonial Insure:tie 16 .23
Tasco Battery 1412-241,i
Charra Beauty' Shop 13 16
Two matches were decided by
a two to Me icore- and two via
the shut-out method.' Scoring the
white-washings, were Colonial In Insurance
surance Insurance andy Tasco Battery over
Chirro Beauty Shop. and Simi SimiMax.
Max. SimiMax. Bob Toland, Betty Brown,
and Betty Coleman were the nee neevy
vy neevy pencil wielders for Colonial
Insurance while the 'hair-Damian
and Ed Lowande, with help ,from
Thelmallmwande, let Telco Bat Battery
tery Battery put a short in Mini.Maxs'
try for first place.' Baggin the
most pins for Mini-Max was Te4
Melanson.
Team No. 2 moved ahead of
Mini-Max bY edging Tahiti Jew Jewelry
elry Jewelry for two points. MacLane and
Eleanor Borgia did, the heavy
work for Team No. 2 while Ed
Kunkel and Al Minor led Tahiti
Jewelry.
twd leaders of the second
half met head on and Spalding
Dot emerged victorious by a two
to one score, nil also Shies
Spalding Dot i,one game lead
for the second halt George Ri Riley
ley Riley and BM Jamison lead Spald Spalding
ing Spalding Dot and Earle Best was the
only -member of APA to seine
over 500.
scoret for the night were
rolled by Pepe Damian (646) and
Ted Melanson (589) in the men'a
division and by Betty Brown
(484) and 457 by Marge Roberts
and Murrell Ilitchusson.
The Pay-off party for the
, Classic League,- end Maier
League will b. held at the Pe PeRamon's
Ramon's PeRamon's Lodge on Chive Chi Chive
ve Chive Trall,s Saturday' April IS.
Dinner will be served prompt promptly
ly promptly at 6:30 'mu It win greal:y,
appreciated by lb committee
in there N livery no Interest.
NI Is there and ready le et at
6:30 p.m.

ports Briefs

CARDS SION CENTER,
't CHICAGO (UPI)The Chicago
Cardinals have,signed center Wit Witilim
ilim Witilim Rewis,01 the ,Ilniveraity of
Chattanooga to a prefeasienal
football, waited. ,
DIRIret4OPI,ININS i',' )
, 4,, LEXINGTON, Ky. (fJPIi--OnAnd-On,,,Calumet
Farm's lone
Kentucky ,Derby hom made A
strong bid for entry in the MO' 2
classic Thursday with a near rec.
ord 'performance in the -seventh
race at Keeneland. ,,On-And-On
covered six furlongs in 1:09 2-5,
one-fifth of a second off the mark.
1 IIREIDINGIIARM 40kb
! SAN JOSE, Calif. (1.714).Eden (1.714).Edenisle
isle (1.714).Edenisle Farm, one of the West's his
to training end reeding ranch ranches,
es, ranches, has been sold for real' estate
development. , ,,,,

.

he that the imperious Attitude of
Moat I-colleges toward 4,4: ,lootosil
Suachea .tatehing Ale with
them". P.' 1

When Notre Dame and Frank
Leahy agreed to disagree, The
Master said he would never ceach
again, yet year ago he four fourneyed
neyed fourneyed to Texas and M. and
had the' assignment until hit nee neetore
tore neetore advised tgaest it. It's a long
Medical term but it means butter butterflies
flies butterflies in the belly. So, Leahy was
shooed into a myriad ,of busmes busmesses
ses busmesses which took him to Denver,
making more money than he ever
could have hoped to earn teach teaching
ing teaching his ultra-modern velltion of
the moderh T, with man-in-motion.1
Terry Brennan, honor student,
Lawyer and model young man,
micceeded Leahy, and you i ow
what happened to 'him. Terry se seriously
riously seriously considered Coaching else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, had numerous offers, but
decided it wasn't worth the head,
aches at his relatively tender age.
He's with a Chicago brokerage
house.
-
When Red Sanders rather Ws Wsteriously
teriously Wsteriously died in what amounted
to a Los Angeles flop house,
.George Dickerson teok his :place
at UCLA. Dickerson lost tow of
the first three gates; wohnd up
a nervous wreck, and was sup supplanted
planted supplanted by Bill Barnes

Before listing other casualties
who come to mind off hind, Ray
Eliot fornkes Illinois after next
fall. He's a ,vigorous 53, but has
had enough': underexcep underexceptionally
tionally underexceptionally pleasant surroundings.
There hasnl been another peck
there since Bob Zuppke.
Colorado did not renew its con contract
tract contract with Dallas Ward, whose
teams stirred up trouble for Okla-'
home. Michigan gave up on Ben Benny'
ny' Benny' Oosterbaan. For one reason
or another, Ed Doherty shook the
desert sand of Arizona out of his
shoes, Sam Boyd ended a brief
spell at Baylor and Harold Kopp
severed relations with Brigham
Young.
Colgate got nowhere 4ith Fred
Rice, which brought Alva Kelley
from Brown..Detroit handed Wally
Fromhart his hat and Marquette
gave the gate to Johnny Druze. 1
Maryland couldn't get arrested
with Tommy Mont, so paged Tom
Nugent of Florida State. Ev
Faunce became fed up, or vice
versa, with Utah State, Warren
Gaer at Drake, Nelson Nitchman
at the Coach Guard Academy.
Clark Van Gelder left Fresno
State to be an assistant at Wisconsin.

.0.0,

Carl Snavoy, the sold niousetsap
per, finally called it a career at
Washington of St. Louis and A Adam
dam Adam Walsh at Bowdoin. There is
no pressure at either institution
and there are a couple of 'illus 'illustrious
trious 'illustrious namesSnavely of North
Carolina and Cornell and Mesh
of Notre Dame and the Cleveland
Rams.
The names, Snavely and Walsh,
brings the thought: when will Ar Army
my Army and Navy ever again have
coaches as accomplished as' Earl
Blaik and Eddie Erdelatx?
Thing of it. The Air Force Aca Academy
demy Academy played a complete varsity
schedule for the fire time last
year, yet Ben Martin, their guy,
has the longest tenure tot office
at any service shcool.
What's wrong?
Well, ask Earl H. Blaik in the
Madison Avenue executive offices
of a manufacturing corporation.'
No ulcers and business is tint.

Go Easy., On

I:000r Coach

COLUMBUS, 0. (NEA)-;, Woody
Hayes was fanning the breeze with
s.' grout) of sports writers MAL
nabirally, football.
.,,The conversation touched on the
way the Ohio Siete faculty con.
mittee turned its back on the rip
Indent Rose Bowl after the game
next New Year's Day. Would 0-
are stand influence others?
Hayes''ailowed as ,low it might.
A writer Wormed Hayes that
Alumni Secretary John rullen
championed the switch in the
Buckeyes' bowl position giving as
sh.le reason the possibility 'of re.
moving 'additional pressure from
coaches.
Hayes was touched.
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Attention Be ore- Runnmg
In His Debut At Jamaica

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NEW ;411.K (UPI)--On breed breeding
ing breeding alone, First Landing, the 1958
juvenile champion and a highly
regarded candidate for the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby this year,. command commanded
ed commanded attention when he tame out for
his first rate it Jamaica a year
ago.
For this'wat, a son of Turn-To
eut of Hildene, broodmare
'Arch already had produced four
stake, winners for Christopher T.
Chenery Hill Prince, Prince
Hill, Third Brother and Mango Mangohick.
hick. Mangohick. Equally important, clockers re reported
ported reported the youngster could run.
Thus First, Landing, ,bred by
Chnery and foaled at Claiborne
Farm in Kentucky, was backed
heavily in that first race. He has
been a favorite, usually at odds oddson,
on, oddson, in every start since.
It was five months and seven
races later before another horse
finished in front of Min, When the
year was over First 'Landing had
won 10 of 11 starts, earned a rec record
ord record totil of $398,480 for a two'ear-old,
wail hailed as the juve juvenile
nile juvenile champion and honored with
high weight of 128 pounds in the
Experimental Handicap ratings.
When Eddie Arcaro, who has
ridden First Landing in all his
races, asked the colt for his best
at Saratoga, the muscled bay
broke the races 'wide open in, a
flash. But it took the whip to
motkA him roll.
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of other horaes,he seems to be

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Onetime top bantamweight con- I
tender Toto Ibarra and leading
118-pound spirant Hector Hicks
were declared ready today for a
ten-round feature bout tomorrow
night at the National Gym at a
weight limit of 121 pounds.
Marra, wh quit tho ring re reportedly
portedly reportedly for good after being
kayinad by bantam king Edwin
Sykss in a Who bout 15 months
ago, mad his first comsback
bid succfisful ens by copping
unanimous &claim from
filo Martino; loss than two
months sec j
In that bout Toto all but knock knocked
ed knocked ,out Cludio as he gained hi;
third straight victory over hts
rival. Marra, who is bent on get getting
ting getting a return match with Sykes,
has trained hard for tomorrow's
joust.
Hicks, who has lost only one
fight as a proa close ten-round
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content to stay there and just do
as much as he has to," Arcaro
reported.
Not even Arcaro's whipping,
hoWever, staved off defeat in the
Belinont Futurity. He finished
secOnd to Brookfield Farms' In Intentionally.
tentionally. Intentionally. Men came the Champaigne and
Garden State Stakes, the world's
richest horse race. In both, First
Landing licked Tomy Lee, the
West Coast sensation, after long
and bitter stretch duels.
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First Landing was shipped to
Florida undisputed champion of
his diVISiOn but things were not
quite the same when the colt re resumed
sumed resumed racing in the Southland.
He was second to the speedy
Octopus in an overnight sprint
and won the Evergladeq--but not
with his usual verve. Then came
the biggest disaPpointment of ell
when in perfect position to ex explode
plode explode with speed at the top of the
stretch, he staggered home third
in the Flamingo Stakes.
Back in New York, First Land Landing
ing Landing regained his top form in a
nren race for the Wood Memorial.
If he runs the same way, ip the
East's final major prep for the
Derby, he will be shipped on to
Louisville.
There First Landing Will be nut
to do just a little better than Hill
Prince, who carried Chenery's
white and blue blocked silks ,to
second place in the Rose Run in
1950.

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narc Melvin Bourne chalked upi
his most recent triumph by scor scoring
ing scoring a unamious verdict over Ve Venezuela's
nezuela's Venezuela's flyweight king Ramon Ramoncito
cito Ramoncito Arias two months ago.
Throe preliminarlos round out
ths four.bout card drawn up
by tho Torres brothers. An in.
toresting feature of tho support.
ing fights is that thoy aro all
return matches.
In the six round semifinal
young Lorenzo Samuels swaps
punches with veteran Rodolfo Am Ampudia
pudia Ampudia at a weight limit of 117
pounds. Ampudia stopped Samuels
in an upset when the pair met
for the. first time recently.
Stanley Wilson and Jose Perez
clash in one four-rounder at 126
pounds. Wilson ,holds a verdict o over
ver over his opponents.
In the curtain raiser, also set
for four heats, Ernesto Campbell
takes on Constantino Mid. whom
he decisioned several-weeks ago.
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Al Ausmus and Lew Hilzinger
combined efforts as Abernathy
blasted Jantzen 15 to 2 to conti continued
nued continued in first place in the ate ate,ond
,ond ate,ond half.
Ausmus started for the first
half champs. He struck out eight,
gave up Ono single to open the
game and retired the other
twelve batters in succession. Lew
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three innings to get credit for
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The Jantzenmen was held
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nings, innings, until the seventh when Ri Riley
ley Riley walked and Frazer drove him
home with a homer to deep right
field, for Jantzen's only runs
off Hilzinger.
Taht, Jones and Hilzinger con connected
nected connected homers for Abernathy.
Jones with 3 for 5, Taht 2 out of
3, Hooper 2 for 2 and Hilzinger
3 for 3 led the Uniports attack.
Simon started for Jantzen wtth
B. Mead relieving him in the
sixth.

The box szore:
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Gayer, ss 4 0 1 1 2
Black, 3b 10000
Mead, C-p 30010
G. Tocherman, If 3 0 0 2 0
Kirkland, cf 30031
Riley, lb 21010'
Fraser, 2b 21120
Carr, rf 30080
Simon, p 20100
W. Nickisher, c 1 0 0 1 0
Totals 24 2 3 18 4
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.e year was over First Landing had stretch, he staggered home third scoreless for 14 consecutive in in-
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I ' s Post,: preferably, on,, the Pacific won 10 of 11 starts, earned a rec. in the Flamingo Stakes. nings, until the seventh when Ri RiIt
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sear-old, wait hailed as the juve Back in New York, First Land- home with a homer to deep right
off Hilzinger.
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landing on his pins in business. high weight of 128 pounds in the nren race for the Wood Memorial.
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, East's final major prep for the Taht, Jones and Hilzinger con
And, after aU, when he nsov
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Jones with 3 tor 5, Taht 2 out of
. . ene ridden First Landing in all his Louisville.
races, asked the colt for his best 3, Hooper 2 for 2 and Hilzinger
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at Saratoga,- the minded bay There First Landing Will be nut 3 for 5 led the Unieports attack.
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, , ,) 119 , ,,,,t I IF : ; . Leahy agreed to disagree, .The broke the races 'wide open in a to do just a little better than Hill
flash. But it took the whip to Prince, who carried Chenery's Simon started for Jentzen wtth
st-ees,
mike him roll.
, elk Master said he would never coach white and blue blocked silks ,to B. Mead relieving him in the
' sixth.
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't. b 1 BALBOA MIXES LEAGUE lineup of the Camel Winston led high ,,fseratch game ,S1 -. VOICE OF MUSIC : again, yet year ago he four fourneyed
neyed fourneyed to Texas A.,, and M. and 'When he gets a head in front second place in the Rose Run in
1, 1 , Salem keglers, -and the new look O. Peret,: high tettateh. game, , ,,,, had the' assignment until his. doc.
of other horees,he seems to be 1950.
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S g 0 ,, ., ,1 ,t, ,,...., Graham 189 123 151 155,7 588
iillon-Hickman , 21 7 sockedout a 3Iti,,to IA margin over -'. Team sten gs, sm. am se seII
II seII Graham
. bys Brothers Ine. 19 9 the tint half 'champs. Bertha ries and high teaut game are a Is in In 155 688 Medical term but it means butter- arra Hicks Declared' Readrantnn ASRFIOA
Gayer, ss 4 0 1 1 2
' leohite Balls ,, .. ; 0 10 Pate came ,up With, a 508, Jerry svith handleap. , roo s. 1
B k 172 57 149
shooed into. a myriad ,of busmet- P
' echa Mug ; 16. 12 l Hil 516, Tiny Lindenberg 523 and Ind. scores and ave.' are' scratch. Janson 156 '190 151 182 679
138 6se flies in the belly. So, Leahy was
Black, 3b 1000 0
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ses which took him to Denver, e a.. g Mead, C-p 3 0 0 1 0
making more money than he ever
DeVoll 146 127 .161 160'594
St. John 135 141 133 170 579 G. Tocherman, If 3 0 0 2 0
' Shoes ' 14 .14 , spot and was not dragging with taking all 4 points, end high Se- could have hoped to earn teach- IF
, lanual Cookies,
14 14 574 all handicap.' For the Cana- ries (3033) for thc night. , ing his ultra-modern velsion of
N ' Use '' 15Se de Dry Hi-Spots, only the Matz- Totals 768 738 ,745 805 3056 Riley, lb
or Tomorrow s 11.1) Gym Battle K.,.., cf 3 0 0 3 1
2 1 0 1 0
' 'inada Dry 25 25 '125 25 leo the. modero, T,With man-in-motion.
6 --- Fraser, 2b 2 1 1 2 0
amel Winston Salem 1112 16Se gere were on the imam, Mimi Ta- Tivoli Travels 4 Zenith TV II
'.. per Mate Pens , 9 .19 Hied 50 and George 527, both han- ,,,, , ,, Terry Brennan, honor stutient, Onetime top bantamweight con- I narc Melvin Bourne chalked up Carr, rf 30080
793 763 770 830 356
sdeceed Y, Y 20100
Lawyer and model young man, tender Toto Marrs and leading his most recent triumph by scar- Simon, p
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Ivo CRISTOSAL POLICE ' ed Leah and ou Atm 118- und a irant Hector
po sp . 1-1. icks ing a unamious verdict over Ve- W. Nickisher, e 1 0 0 1 0
''''' Leading Averages (Men): Ru Rue.,
e., Rue., Turce Products 3 532 and king. 524. John- Barbour ivhat happened to 'him. Terry se- were declared reaay tooay tor a nezuela's flyweight king Ramon
1,73, Nieldsber 171,' Alvarado Paper ,Mate Pone 1 '. the dark' horse, winner of the ABC ,397 riously considered Coaching else- ten-round feature bout tomort
ow cito Arias two months ago. Totals 24 2 3 18 4
:'" : (Women):, Rtidy 154,' Metz- ,, : most improved bowlet of the win Fortner 155 139 172 130 ,,,,g where, had numenus offers but night at the National Gym at a Throe preliminaries round out '4
''' r 148; Smith 138. ., : .. A e 121 unds;
With two Turco: PrOdlicts,' a ter League ewer& was high for Y. "" decided it wasn't worth the it ad, weight limit of po
e Tull 149 159 148 144 the four-bout card drawn up Abernathy Uinis
r,t, mong the missing,. tbe Turco, Sul- zenith (494).- ' Guest S 146 137 157 171 611 aches at his relatively tender age. by the Torres brothers. An in..
, 4 4 Martin 155 155 143 176 629
'"- ' Dillon Hickinen 4 tans still 'cleaned tip on the Paper , , He's with a Chicago brokerage ibarra,, whe quit the ring re. testing feature of the support. Taht, Sa 8 3 2 0 2
t. Mate Pens by a 3 to 1 count. 'Lincoln Life 4 Astra ProduCts I Stewart portedly for good after being ing fights is that they are all Jones, 5 3 3 0 0
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2 5
Totals 786 732 795 77 SOB
64s3 house.
With Red Sanders rather mys- Sykes in a title bout 15 months In the six round semifinal Ausmus, p-gb 4 .0 0 1 0
The Dillon ContraCtOre'etilint other
are tied for last place. For the The Ins. boys put On an,. --.i
' their first 4144 ttnesitien ,,by winners Vic Ortiz had 550, Pat big .show by coliMg the gno mgp teriously died in, what amounted see, made his first comeback young Lorenzo Samuels swaps q di t A
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ing thel Ilascual Cookies'for Bailey 541 and Captain Luis Cas series of the evening, (2964) T Angeles. flop hOnSO bid succssful ono by copping punches with veteran Rodolfo Am- Malene, rf 1100 it,'
LEAGUE of sie Woodruff, rf 7 1 1 1 0 0
tro 534 all handica Th Pa r
7 foil!, c,hits. Only le the opening Ix e pe Keelet nen the g gull,,, .. ,, ,,, G Di k t k his I i d i I rem Calu- pudia at e weight .- limij
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,r'" und,2 did"' the''Pallenar"Pirstries Materitad'-eetritr,orlor'nOtrtl cote With genter'of 201. 211, and .
. e-es e at UCLA Diekerson lost tow of die M tines loss than two pounds. Ampudia stoppe Samuels 'Chance, If
Team Standings ... or , 1210 0
1,".. t up some resistance when they performers.,'!Tex Ritter had 528 205 for high scratch, series of 'the : 2 1 2 1 0
tbe first three gates; woend up months sec j in an upset when the pair met Hooper, lb ,
Spalding Dot 0; 1.1 -12
tent, slow 'by 32 pint:. Afterlhat scratch, int; dig handicap: !Raul night, 617. McLane was high for ie a nervous wreck, and was sup- In that bout Toto all but knock- for the first time recently.
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D111012 Alvartoics 518 and Carmen, Plores Astre with 498.
' ' 18 .'" Planted b Bill Barnes ed ,out Cludio la he gained his Stanley Wilson and Jose Perez Flynn, If 2110 0',
, No. 2 ,, 22 ,-17 30111
'4 Mies.' Altbedigbinone Of etAltie 3.4 all, henciteaPs'.' .' .'
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Before listing ether casualties rival. Ibarra, who is bent on get- pounds. Wilson ,holds a .verdict o- -,--
' ',, its 1dt SOO' scratch, four, outcOf !,, ry ;, ,--...., i Cafe Duran 4111u eStar 0 maw
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, ve smacked it the handicap way. Balboa Men's Summer Leapt, mar who come to mind off hand, itaY ting a return match with Sykes, ver his opponents. Totals 30 14 13 21 3
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,., Shirley .- Cleanalh 527i Glenn
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Tasco Battery . 141224I,e bad enough': t .and underexcep- Hicks, who heti lost only one takes on Constantino plaZ. whom
Iv' ob Carlin 550, who' 8180"AI:totted its moot colorful ; Ind '110neaditt ry boys for 4 points. Sutton a new Charra Beauty' Shop 13 .36 000 000 2- 2 3 2
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-. 501 twitch:arid 540 handicap., by many, as the' outstanding party set , le- there since Bob, Zuppke. '
a two' to Anle icon- ind two via
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- shoes, Sam Boyd ended a brief
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es, Hots cellected plenty, of pre- 4 'T , was high for Martini with a' 537, Insurance while the Ihair-Damian
tiums from' the ten pins,- -and
text's Lodge' ie boteo. for., 1'
&dyers alsn bad a 531. Tony Lutt- and Ed Lowande, with help Irani spell at Baylor and Harold Kopp g...
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Bob- Tolan a s ass nt severed relations with Brigham
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irew plenty of 'discord in the ,,, , te vin 'Atari,. of enbereer, the star of the Sa11300 ThelmeLowande, let Telco' Bat- you. 4:,.diellIiiiiettelle Al
' tech& Music ChorutrIt "Wei 'One 4neit nnYs r. were. t er teem h dotecond high scratch ee- --.-'
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tery put e-short "' ie Mini-Mars' c i t t in-1:1! ote:'::::11gleit.eleil...11:
o ga e go nowhere With Fred
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party. arrangem , g ries 57 and high single gam el4,1 try for first place. 'Baggin the .--- llidete tilifiiiiie,4.45...,,...$)
Rice, which brought Alva Kelley
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-! lus some'breaksmeant the-Boys b Job. After dinnerACurly ,..
ang -uP bti f .'address' nd ler ma ight. O., Perez had 53,0.,',, most pins tot, Mini-Max was Ted from Brown.' Detroit handed Wally
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. Mild d0i.no ,,wrong., ,..1swo os,s.the gitve- a 7 e open .. a , , ) 4: , Melanson.
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Frombart his hat and Marquette
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oyds went, over the,50 scratch; introduced the league Meets, al- Goodyear Tires, 34,11opsi Cola 1,,' Team No. 2 moved ahead of se--
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lel Leidner with 204-527, and Cur so the chairmen Who served on ,.. gave the gate to Johnny Druze.
, Mini-Max bY edging Tahiti Jew- ---------:----- iiss.;;Ie,5:11'.1iiiiiiiiillt!tliteeleilitelk,i, .?
Maryland couldn't get arrested
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Bates 528. Curly was especially, Lou, 'committees throtigheut
var w t te 1 : This snitch waa also close, the eiry for two points. MacLane and
with Tommy Mont, so paged Tom
, egged iri picking up, bur splits the in er ague' tea on.' tire boys taking the first and -last
ht.---- S11114111:: 41' .411 lilliiiiiiigitjaillililyiti.iii:ill ,..:t 301
Eleanor Borsht did., the heaeY Nugent of Florida State. Ev
- John Barbour was first 11) re.
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'lame with pin fall. Swede Ne work for Team No. 2 while Ed .1-:::,-,:eliti i,,,,:eleezi.:::,el.sie.,,oiezes,3,1,:AeNti,.....ir
teive''an- ?award which t was .., The Faunce became fed up, or vice u--!tvene ::-.115:::::rer.,h,....,.....:..-,1, 1 Ili
, Besides 'these twin effOrts the ki .f The ,mostt int.. is back again and Waa high for Kunkel and Al Minor led Tahiti :qtip,"::1 ,t;::::::sersiieg,01.1111egleyit.!.. ei I,. tt..
versa, with Utah State, Warren r-r,.. :::;:1 :t::,:trt:r::::::::,:.:::::.:::O::: poi rr
' pst of Boyds, band : 'bagged 5CI ASC, belt !Mc e or
k Goodyear with. 542. Curly missed Jewelry. - E' Ise- Ai.:- e::::-,,,teerse,:e.vste..ttes:,:vel ,.d.
r Drake, Nelson Nitchman ze...-- -:,21:11-4 .tilat'!-Illid iete,.-..,:eitleeeirttelesseen.sesulei, et ... I
endicap, Paul Karst me, :Veifie proved bowler in -the leagued,,, .., the 500 by 3 pins., Mel. Liedner tThe twer leaders of the second aGrtheatCoach Guard A d .e.
ca emy. 11- tetett;;' -.......46:::10.,,,v.t.,,,,y. ,,.51.1 .,.. ,
lite 508 end Ginny Deem! 503. Winning team sponsbree tropnv
' ,:,,-. was high for the cola team witle half met head on and Spalding Clark Van Gelder left Fresno I 11111 itgI.:11,11.6.4141Pigiltlite;R:16111:Jr. ,
Or the upset Grecha,( Don Rudy went to Crawford Agency,, &anise 549. Bruce Hassler elso missed the Dot emerged stictorious by a two State to be an assistant at Wis Wis1.
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las the' rat 'en lair& "VeRittr 11Vid .r11.-bwihniwnett ItesalillrreJa 888 17Y enlY 8 Pine '' to one score, ii. This alio glues consin. is,elei -.-5 etelietiesteliteetie..eg::::1;seett.Sititet 4 la
iio with 00-534 sera t 1 u y a evr ns ,, Spalding Dot a ,one game lead
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iade an -even 500 handicap and, Tejada, F. Martinez,. a ammo,
-;:- - Kent Cigarettes 3 Hilintan Care 1 for the second half. George Ri- se- ..:,,:i ...se :: ,entunt!..::::::etteelieuu. -P
Carl Snoveey, the old Mousetrap 4.- ii,,,T. eat ;;::::::ite ::::::::::1:::1:innit a DI r
ou ,Glud 524 also handicap. t do and, team. Capt. ,11,4Detuci. , ,
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Kent nosed out the car boys in ing Dot and Earle Best was the eit 'N,,,,,. ':lestsie- :::::::,.. ste,,,:le.seemettlt.1 ,,,,,.
Ebonite ,Salls 4 Base Shoes 0 1, trophy:with. 185.- Bob Tcdand, 2nd. ashington of St. Louis and A- -r- MC -Z.-- N::: ;14 I:qt....V:1111:4
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it good match; although handicae only -member, of APA to seine dam Walsh at Bowdoin. There is e-, Attil '------ Ii:ii.i'1:e...---- .-411e,:,eseesee --,
ts 1 , --, .., .ti biglecve., trophy. with 718, and IL
ed with 2 blinds. Pepe Damien over 500 .. -:-.-- ':ett:iVs
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no pressure at either institution .1LT 71atItt:::::....r....t.:73:...::::. i
V . :The Ebonite Bowler! Continue DeLuca 3rd-with 476.
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ieir einderella 'role in the league, ,'; Last ;Thursday, tied the,,Stint the,,Stintg
g the,,Stintg high with 544. Howard 'roiand -the rolled by Pepe Damian (646) and trious names-Snavely of North
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; Sie first half last placers are now InetLeague bPened'wilh 31 ledme nig gun:this year iOr Hillninn bad Ted Melanso11.158g)' in the men's earolina and Cornell and Mahn -:;. ---4.-- --t-- liis:1116;.:1111::11 is eiesel.e.,
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illy two points ollt of lirst place, anti 'realY put On a great -snow :511 : n. '' division and by Betty Brown of Notre Dame and the Cleveland ,
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nietts, Iti :::e igill. ;la.
heir viclims- of a '4 to. 0,,,tiob., by bagging 'out some t 0 r r if I e .. ..,- --,- (484) and 457 by Marge Roberts Rams.
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ering were the Bari Shoes,,,. who scores at' the. etanding .sheet.iwill MARGARITA LEAGUE and Murreli ,Ilitchusson. Ailgillist:11.11 ..:ii ,..!..!.li -- -11111' -It'll ':.
The names, Snavely and Walsh,
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tveral weeks ego 'were leading aboato,This -year the league svM
--- VOICE' OF MUSIC TRIMS COPS ,.. ...--- , -0........ ....... lis'.1'es.k,-lee-Isils :Igt
te loop, but nw find theinselvee ,be, rug. under., the, handicap lye- ,,-, TO! WIN ROLL-OFF ,- a' The Pay-off party brings the thought: when will Ar Arfor
for Arfor the my and Navy ever again have WHITE HORSE ,, ,,,,,.,,,-, --- rix :::1:t
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t a tie for, ,sixtle,,,slot. ,, .: ..-.. a. tem, '200. scratch Visaed-01130 Per- .t.. , ,, itlessie League,- end M a I so r coaches as accomplished as" Earl 1.11111111111,,fs i-11 ,P lit .,tif,i's :.i.,'
, ,A sitiarteVot Ai 'Etionite went cene. handicap. .'' -. : Bostling just enough to win the League will bg held at the Pe- Stalk and Eddie Erdelatz? .i'e .... S. 11 ,,,, U U
No other drink satisfies more than a .q
' Ito the 800 hassclicaitoebitt yred -.- t nd.--
i ith h ntitil a 's, Voice of Mueic emerged Ana licemenl'is Ledge' on Chive Chi. Thing of it. The Air Force Aca Acaartines
artines Acaartines Int Bess Shepard 665S, Team S a ngs w a a P champiOna of the M a r g a r I t a ea Tra ,s saturdey, April 18. demy played a complete varsity
Mrt Deveau S50 Ind BruceMor, ,. ,, League. Winning the first game Dinner will be served prompt.
: d very little tit Owe about had tioll.traVili 's.4 '0 31 they were up a total of 38 appreciated by the committee h
g Jim ,Catme hitting 572, cnct Lincoln Life , ,4 0 atlas going into. the thied game. In charge N Very One inseeess.
schedule for the first time last
as the longest tenure of office
at stny service shcool. ki of course!
fine Scotch . and in White Horse,
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year, yet Ben Martin, their guy,
v eistere Claus',Kleishmama ,5211) Cafel)twatese PI, :' '" '' r 4, ,0 Losintt this game bet 25 pins still ed is there and ready le et at' What's wrong? -nie 1-..... ser
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. 's' ,'." ', , 1 GoodYeareTirec. ;',' -, '' t 1'4 last game. ; .4, .. sumer e s Ft .. WO) IA IA1
1 IA1 Pabst, Me Ribbon Beer 2.' 6 Kent .Cistarettet-,' '., 3 re t Evidently. e. the pressure had 1,,
S '''''' '''''' -11' -1 Madison Avenue executive office;
of a manufacturing corporation.,
No ulcers and business is tine. pure perfection. a !-IiiieslIF
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, s,. ,,: ,,,,,..,,-,,,:, Pepsi Cola Lee) et ; i 1 ,VI,,, it 830 series to win over the Cristo ',,', rw ,.. eest se 1 , I I" .:I:t 1 I 11111114 II 4.11111
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eat ovens had tci come from, bes .Zenith TV, ', .... .,,.,,,,,.. Pine,,To 10, --:1:2
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Ind to earn an IlYen split.,In the Astra Producti.- ,..., u 4 sion,here would be a mild un er Go Easy n ..,
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g tui Harry Roustillistling 203 'and 1 Net et i,, y 8 1 r I? tense as any 'roll off ilhat this Cardinals have,,signed center Wi.
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141-,' s isi ,, ',. ''' '''-' 4. ..;,,,,,i,... 75' 4.Z. "" ' my Next Eddie Erdelatz Walked
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-,-2,-. Clara and Rie Hate. New low tors in Margarita May 5 to Forel aver drive. Call Cristobal sole n ors a ,
45 poiee '.. Urbanisatissa; Borneo Nilo Rome ; -.4!'''' -- ; '-..--
' .'i.,-.-..,-, Wel. Phone Balboa 1161. June 29. Phone 3-2726, 3-2420. 4 price. Plume laiama 3-6961 1 Arm ft, other porgloosei,, 4 ,, , ... ... ., IA '..,.....:-,. !'.-,'. .' --.: --- "cf.-:
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, ?MOS Oceanside Cottlem .FOR RENT: Apartmonts at : FOR SALIM 1955 Lincoln FOR SALE1.---,,11eitatiful dining 2156,,r ,:-. - .. ':---,,-,": .,,! - proete,:-eewriark water oh, sod .,, t, 4 ... ,..,...:...,,.,', .. -.-. .,,, ., .L.,- -, .,-,. ,, .... .. it
' - same. ciore IL do P. P1601111 Pa- m Coostolo: two boarooma, Hart top, ditto' vont 110"do r41.1" At exhinoion'' tible sin elootacity. Meg W. demo. ;!
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- mom 1.1177 Cristobal 3-1173. living room, dintng room. bat- WS,,Orm, power brakos, two", chairs, china closet, large hoof. FOR SALE! .',Otiel r',11tHEIN
fo, 1175.00, -other articles. 20 Gal., Hot water hatier in par. okophorrilgtech Buying,, lutoo WM any 'i inViaggitillegt ,-, Witt ': he
,,:r Amity, A ind 'knotting for iteiromont.')i: ivorthist 18,s,Mt Iltiteil yOu- out
,.. ails room with both- ;tenor radio, automatic transmis
, .. room, garage. Alberto' Navarro atom 13-5120. Howse 2213-B Call 3-2735. t, .1"'.' '' "'- L '-,' toll ,C,,ollditloe." Yllo. mat lus it itt"''' 1 FP SALIII"'"4" Mi. 44"" , '.. ii
Calle 33 tete No; tr-11. Pastamar,' ,, Molotellt" the' kit tgatiut- III' ''' -,--- ''' ' '-". - t Yclur hteda kl :a bank. le 21.5. lia- it
Street No. 41. Phone 2-2883. Csitundu. -.
FOR SALE:, ,I5, tables, 63' ,, - ., Le oda, eitepatod batwings "V.1.!,,. 11. I 'hay been loading 'stories vings or M ,IfIll. Treasuro hoods I
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, FOR. RENT: Modors duplex FOR EaLE: '1957 Ford 500, chain. rfAtAlrant typo 5150.00 FOR. SALE: '''.--Stt.aditation 'Al" Sinot Omit pow scrota Fee hefer' re:L.7010 ,yaouls,-,kutoowsOlotvo,anytratlaosObrtampa-. due, q. issAel:-syteargock di.,vid 0..nda: -. ftirsall. .- le, ,,,,t, e
. -. apartment, two bedrooms, two 4 Barrel, ail power, many Mt.. COCOli Clubhouse. -,4 ,-, indite 120 ban hko ow $100.; ;',- motion: please' sail foL. 1-2170 -- tiou Problem br moo" a : ,inono- ,.,,. ,,,,,, i,,,, .,,.. , , ,,, .;
''' FOR RENT: Furnished throe
tras Coral an white. Phone ', Telephone daytime ,Navy,' 2207;4'4 ,,,tka, g a.m.,aa,73 am okd ty,...,-;
bedrooms chola, ono with air balconies, beautiful residontial, ,, 4 4 FOR SALE:.;--Hot Point 11 eu. i hp 2410 ,' ' 2 143' - 'ay 'Manufacturing 38 tla tir 8 Li I understand, 'they aro' not. 1'141-
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structures? If r so, Would Ion OW aired last year a stock dividend
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conditionor, two bathrooms, bet
4994. FOR SALE:,.-4, Nino, elityrais-.. '. FOR' SALIti,"'.,',' Comfortable gest' this, stock ,m 1! Mir growth on my shares of abOld 1600 ,which
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- Sedan, 9 passenters Station
raeRhing machilie
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water, automatic washing ma maSALE:
SALE: maSALE: 4.- '' Automatic :'-'fal bonding- macitine,,,mfoot foi- country 4' kome7 oomplatoir 'tom, '' invostment? '. ; -' 4,' "--, .''.4 amount,twaa -subtracted front ray
'- : chine, garage, garden. Situatod FOR RENT: Comfortahlo. FOR SALE: Ford Country
"Inalen," inn :'' natal shooing lomPoitilig."44411 ;,' nialtelid; 4735 stigma. onstKozdorof tilt. ..,. in4.A;e0mlitmereenthasonbeeitthip, attpoisibthisteretiaesse dthiohnt,dihyy'idtheiendbrtosterabakle,?..i,fir. ni...t,..,,,Ig ii
cool and cheerful oese bedroom Ws on Very tind condition.
9 I unit. 115.00. Phone 2-311E. '.'" ail coat $2,000. Asking,$500.4-",
' at' rosidential area, near Mini Max.
57311 Diablo. .. Kee oat water water'
' water' t' $110.000. Tel. 3-6070. apartment suitablo hm,s couple
-' ----------- ow smell family in Darito Street.' FOR SALE ...,.. Electrio refriao., 10 for ankh MALI TOMOS &vale. '',
yoR SALE; 1955 Stale- .. i able. ,Call haarniK 3-1121' 81$ :',j ;, fa.; at Gown. -' Illicit,,,,' JO .? carries paesenger oak's -018Pended on the -difference., hempen 'dm. t
r 011iettlil Platt; e', NOV rsivitiotator el:monorail 'r r..... a system '4,4 which 1,,s,. rra; afraid you ars.. not ewer ,L.
. FOR RENT: Furnished hams. For information call.f...Pastama
baker Champion 2-door, prefect :' tatti "Plovel2with froae8Witat arraata, ca '0,4, tilie-machine..,,, -,' miles from.Painamo City; $3,000.,,' hrem an, olevated rail,--, t- -,, : dends received so stock and ,: a
strocrork,d,difolorde.nxdam pI'o ;.,,,a,oriv:.p- a, ii:,..el
near Hotel Panama, 2 bedrooms,
2-1455 during Hies istogra;, or 1,.,29...1314esuo..ft., Tolophorn Sabah. , ,
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, liyka room, dining re0At kit. 3-191111 after. condition. Balboa '2-1538.
L-- ... ' 00. -Alest,similar,4 home ''at Con--',
A then, garage, and maid's room.
FOR SALE: 1954 Corvette -,- -. s sit. : DJ
tik Pew 1)17" "P-2231' 11 T'-r Ando leade for 13.500.00. Tole. -. We'll kik: pr01rgrahalist Otill:gthislabat'' arate-thtar..-110e
Frossor.,55 mod& AO" .. phons' 24124., os A-13744i; s- whether any -coMpany : ha !Mat cents In dividends.overy quarter,,,
' Via Espafia, whits haus beside
mylle Cal S6-4113 ..,;:"4-.:'., .:,, '1,
Radio Miramar. FOR RENT: leoutiful mo- sell bedroom ed, saa dove and ' ''' '' Pet u0' to manufacturs the, rad or' or 12 40 i year on sick 'share 'et
dern 2 bedroom apartment with Convt., now top, good tiros, and FOR' SAilt We 'leave,
crib. Cuba Ave. No. 40-50 pitOiaRilLSAncLolo:1I'll-nt ,cHeintdaitmiliounr...-Pm.'"!..-
, radio. Phone Cristobal 3-2411. o
: FOR SALES r Three bodroome whether any soMmunar has' aak stock., That dividend ;is taxable MI
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent- maid's room, near Hotel Pan."
.. apartmont No. 1.
hoist maw, leaving kehmsee. tettimaibIeersatr.14d' 941:,''Put '''"111---'il".."''9911.' '''' !eGguirasiftlinAletinlosn't'64 '''''loce....'ntiy:d4O,:. '
hones 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms ama. Phone 3-0702. FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiac
T 1 3-0912 -"But)ono thing it eertaiat .1'. ea uktared (in addition to, split) :-. a
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FOR SALE: Mohogany din- derately primal. Phosit taboo ''
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4476 H 2261 A, C '',' '-' ': '
Sedan 2-door, cheap. Telephone
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Ave. lusto Arosemene 3'1-44. $50.00 furnished apartmeat. 3-6543 Dunlop. :, ing room sot $75.00; 2' wkker eta expect -a flood 0g 'Promotions dividend of three -psr, tent ,' MP
ttand.M:Ont.," likeir ,.yl,, 7.1611.:rtellutlemei.4 '','11 jtacuedgithngeotramohareysouris soletttlerax,ablae.
dock., That. 111 a threo por: etet
' Refrigerator, stove, everything. -- chairs $5.00;- 2, metalnight- - ., hasod on thi a. proposal .,(as : you'
FOR RENT: Completell ,N r t h American .oeighbors. 1955 CHEVROLET stands $5.00; esti spring sAl logs FOR SALE:4:- Elute-onto t Flash tan -on, any Whir IgeW MAIMS) stock dividend., it moans. livery
furnished ranch style 3 bed- -.., hint., 24141 galayi.
4 Door Satan VS
. 110.00; Quartermaster Bed '' El el p:;.,Wan' fed .--
holder of: 100 lobar.' would 4eelyo
' room, 2 air conditioned largo ,, , 4.,,..-. 4- Auto Trans:
Holland Strolonat',7 vide -Pro.: -, .-- -,.,,,,,,.,,.,. and 'just aboutewery promOtion,
,..,,,,,,-, .. '-, -... 114.00; 1953'Wostinghouso re- Pack, $15.00. ilalboa',2341. ,' ,
yard. 94th St. Francisco; avail- , 4,,.. -, -frigerator $75.00; IIIM Elec., 4,
' -- able for three months as of FOR ,RIINT: Two bedroom 1955 CHEVROLET trii typowritter in good condi- ,.
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' FOR SALII: .--.. Airtihnditionet loWatoNtarilDk,:a-a-akaaaallitliir ftntr ,A' Carlin., '''',
, will itichide the, silo at stock .,,... an, adkdiditionvidaeal thd..7Thstha,re, yea:iu,,aoal
Juno 1. Phone 3-3885. undidad apartment, living-din- 4 -Door Sedan 6 Cy. "Chrystor" ',Vs PI P 1125 00 km family. af twa Apo), ,,t I. thmk this an an:
: an: Ins room, balcony, hot water, Auto Trans.- tion $70.00. 324-X Culobre .' -- ' ---' ucil 8
, Rd. Alain. '''. perfect ', ionditlem,.Photio' -.1-. 19:20 am.- 1,00lt,-, oithr aafea.,,,,, dangeroul and ver easily servo a which you: give in exact hove eg.
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6E82. -- '' : onto., ,at,4 4 Avoniele 'Masora' I. tli haste ler tra
, ..,.: ' ' ''''.; iltadm, er,,,ebswallscsi"etok,-untinvitenligileatAP,' .na 11, lends Sid in Ms form -tet add;
1600, 'I would inter you recoived rO rOgarage,
garage, rOgarage, ac. 49th Street, "Isa .. Lvrould urge
- FOR RENT: Unfurnished bilks House" SI 50.00. Tot. 1956 CHEROLIT ,,, .,
et., .- Hurtado. tAviaido,- 11'3,4 la T that 10 one. anhaerthe be. '.1(.1trierni. gtdar Sash, -dividinds, which ,', aro
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chalet 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. 3-4994. 4 Door Sedan VS FOR SALK: -.Not Point II cu. FOR SALE: Elettrie-Dry'
,1! taxabler-,' Stock dividends (divi (divi''
'' (divi'' maid's room with bath, etc. 39th Auto Traits. ft. Excellent condition. 1150 175.00 also a whitefaced mon-
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Street residential neighborhood. FOR RENT: -- Two partments, -00 ' '
Amador Navy 5135. key with ; toga 4 $25. 0 Albrook HELP 'WANTED:, --Exporieneod thoroughly -,end check it 'out wt bong shares) aro not taxable. ,' si
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'' Phone Panama 3-6937. ens unfurnished and the other
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, 4' s-' "-'-'".-1, r'ILIka.1 .' '' I has a big- Sonic and yard, widen
' ', amidaere dor' 2 obilltono tiotot" a rePntahla weber- ar '111!, 61.' !,,!. tli olk 'widow in her -middle 4,410
. complately furnished, hve story FOR SALE: Frigidairo I Year
FREE RENT, vacation quarters. building, an spartmont sumach. 2 Door, Sta.; Watson
Auto Trans. i 1 old, buffos. palliest, shahs; kiwi FOR SALE: Tatroms-have it 111104;,14,81011, Ma -2:110., '
' dross I meths, Ittilleitillieellio ,r114-111"6 41 7.11"1" 147,44' .. Q. Wc,ail retired; 44,wittl' 'Illcial is lifficult, for -.her: to -' maintain.
Beautiful rosidence, locatod floor Hot water,-satogo; staid's
qatO Othurd hge132011,0014Tor'.'111.
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soar coil, splendid view, com- room, lawn, very 'cool. For in- 1955 FORD Tolophono lalboa 1309. 1,500.t 'A 311"x11,47;36. ,,
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Jobs. Wanted- i;
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., pletely furnishod, oxclusive sec- formation Phono 3-6796 or Hard Top with Radio all Phillialso mahell1Y' hullo ',. lyn 'Mom Gas Bothil are
. ,plan
''' '' '' '' '''''' frol'eetttm illetY:Ain.Temnde:T.andatott aldiviBdendreeks-',11,yeParkeePsh
She hanno- other funds and earns.
: ion. lust pay oxpenses. Prefer- 3-1E61. cabin toilet,' flair,'" eelthaissel lite Sha -1 oell shme
, able a couple. Write Mc. AM.
1956 HILLMAN Husky WANTED skit Otoeh 4 aP lOos than 13,000 a Year.-Wendd Yea
Intl urin, -to -go any,whora:, la- ' ' General! Baldng preforrod to btlY
: ; Exocutivo K. P.' A.),.'irith miry' :, suggest selling. the,: Atoms '0.' and
tit, Box 436, Balboa. -FOR RENT: Boautifuuly fur- 1 , lands it Our tonna. Box .,11 - the bew shares?, ,, ,,. ,,,
nished 3 bedroom apartment Ph 2 1863 44-'
Balboa. ono .., ..'
plitIONSO OW auountartt-rnanatiorr A T think IL ... ..A.......A.r. ptiwilt rue 1110114by .inte -.COMMA&
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', 1951 FIAT 600
'
FOR RENT: From May 5 to luir Madurito Building, Cangrele. lot a Unto Americas-Arm Land '' -"' -"-
, You Bete ,e111""'"' wealth EdisoN,'Idontgemerg, Work,
, stood sonve recent news., A. T. and
'',. 15 to the right couple. Private May 15th to September 15th. 2 Door Sedan WAN1,EDs .-4.4 Furnished' or yet- POR SALE: Lilco 'teem with B. A. and M. S. &stealth thr Sears-and Peoples Gas?, ,. ,,,, .i.
'T., will split its stock ,- te
- 2-bedroom air conditienod home Tel. 3-1E92 3:00 a.m. to 7:00 .furnishod tisem with Notate. NO- Hegtor '135 mm.' 559; Elmer lusinon Administration. with ft h A. Tho arithmetic on the,sitsso the,sitsso1957
1957 the,sitsso1957 FIAT 600 tify,3-2561., '', r-,, .' s- for one, you won ave
shore but
, -: in La Crests, during vacation. p.m.
'9 mm. $39; Flesh' att"11-. sPifializatien in "Nunti" fi" to b y- ything Your BO -shares- tluut The 120,000 she would resu
- Call Panama 3-'1813 Sunday 2 2 Door' Sedan 4 , , u an ' lize eould -,bring ia 11,000 a, year
mint 319. Waisted 7iew, ; nonce end marketing, looko IluA ., tam then ;become-240 Shares of a
FOR' RENT: Furnished ono WANTIDi, .6. High ,:''quality
-,.. , finder 113i Lisht -Motor $6; ' ocutiva- Position, Pleas reply;to, : new stock aying 13,30,4 year in front sofa -investments 'This p
lug
,. ,, -,. p.m. to 4'30 or Tuesday.
bednom modern',', apartment, 1956 FIAT 1100, inane; meant- 110'inch:cling by.-
.I4- ,. protector 139:: Tripod' 17. Tel. .' "Loma"' Box 134; rPonima
'- d id oda' 4 find so word,,, d 'at the .1600,-spent in upkeep ,'' means
4 garage. AM convenionces 161 4 Door Sedan ,'. fei Ilea, an -uprightdoep, freen.; 72 - 4 'I .'' 1. e -, - ,.o., h hot, presant rant coasts to' 11,600
. Curundu. I9. i
or in ",',9044,1 tonehitioar.,- Call, .,, , ,- , great) ,Unien' Gag 11Plit;,,11;uan or' More that 1130 rrnonth.- If she
'' Commercial Sites Via Bellearie Porras. .,'
1954 AUSTIN A-30
3-4E43. ' '1-
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, ,. ,
' er e
. . yon are, refeivint to Itgr:y.111 g I'
, FOR RENT: '-- Modorn apart- 2 Dolt Sodan ' ' '''''' '' '' .JA MOI H 1
1 e with4trook ya Borough:Gan, !which
taa let uitable glutton!' ler, lost
,, FOR SAL114,...-.. Stradivorisse.As.,, : ,. n 1 ,. , , s thsa,,,0, sod It oho 5 de.11,-(W
, ' ' ' wdl ot, Offact, you., 1", would, void ,, .t ,
,
mud, for small family, $75.00 t cordion'120 base liko new .1100. Mosem., , ., 4.; ,mitit semng her home, it Witilild
FOR RENT: Professional or monthly. Phone 3-5245. 4
1954 'RAMBLER WANTEDs- --' OA' keine" Tolophotto Navy 2207., - "',, ' '4' ;' ' ' ' '''
the General ltaknig4referrett., It be
- tar osier for kto te Alive ,ia!
, eonsmercial office 4511 ground floor
4 DEbOt learn ',
. with highway enspationee for ' 'DOGS Ind CATS,' Yrain, them !- 11,a oaf. investment onkan
.-. ,, 'opted guartervi, ,, '!". : -,.
- Edificio Urract, corner Ave, Bal.. field and ilMOO4 Ilms : 4151' FOR -SALE: Wassitiagirno wilit."Dos:Choolt.W Moto 11-Cia. Port af, generous div .4-: .., .,1 -I..... ,' , :,. ;.
boa and Federico Bova, 12 square FOR RENT Furnished mot '', Panama -- '- '
mamas V, , ""ainer,Thorteesedrostiat,,, enteraila :
Ltda., 1 Avo,:moterRio-Airaillo, '' ' V t S25 . I am A a lestretarf who seitild
.
2 mann, $125.00. Call Panama bedroom apartment all con- 0 T,wass told that fput a
,, :, mull. 2 A., 1. ' -.I ,, , : lant esendition, 2104-t ..-Com.L. .,....,-,...... -L. .2 .- -. --. 0 - l' to, SLALothat NA,d.,,m14
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, ),Fester cottages. balsams Santa
- Clara and Rio Hate. New low
414,,, Wet. Phone Balboa ISM
egsb.cr,

PHILLIPS Osumi& Cottages
Santa Clem IL de P. Phone Po Pomo,
mo, Pomo, l 11177 Cristobal 1- I 671.
Houses
FOR RENT: -- Furnished three
bedrooms chalet, one with air
conditionor, two bathrooms, hot
water, automatic washing ma machine
chine machine garage, garden. Situatod
Jo residenhal area, near Mini Max.
$180.000. Tel. 3-6070.
FOR RENT: Furnished housa.
near Hotel Panama, 2 bedrooms.
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, and maid's room.
Via Espafia, white house beside
Radio Miramar.
FOR RENT: Furnished Fent Fenthoots
hoots Fenthoots 3 bodroems. 1 bathrooms
employer mom. air conditioned.
Aye. justo Arosemene 31-44.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished ranch style 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 air conditioned large
yard. 94th St. Francisco; avail available
able available for three months as of
Juno 1. Phone 3-3885.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
chalet 4 bedrooms. 2 baths,
maid's room with bath, etc. 39th
Street residential neighborhood.
Phone Panama 3-6937.
FREE RENT, vacation quarters.
Beautiful residence, located
seat cool, splendid view, com completely
pletely completely furnished, exclusive sec section.
tion. section. just pay expenses. Prefer Preferable
able Preferable a couple. Write Mc. A.H.
tie Box 436, Balboa.
FOR RENT: From May 5 to lull,
' 15 to the right couple. Private
2-bedroom air conditioned home
,,', in La Cresta, during vacation.
-0, Call Panama 3-1813 Sunday 2
p.m. to 3'30 or Tuesday.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Professional or
sommortial Moo 4511 ground floor
Edificio Urraci, corner Ave, Bal..
boo and Federico Boyd, 82 square
motors. 8125.00. Coll Panama
3-7038.
Rooms
FOR RENT Room furnished.
, 36 upset ( No. 6-19., Phone
3-5917.
I
Boats & Motors I
FOR SALK: 5S foot shrimp
boat all steel fully quip quipped,
ped, quipped, 2 years old. Original cost
i $42,000 will sacrifico for $25,-
, 000 Write "Shrimp Boat"
Box 542 Panama.
r
p FOR SALE: 14 foot runabout,
fireglassed plyweod Remote
control trailer Convertible
top, windshield $300.00. Phone
Balboa 6384.
Best grads factory fresh (no (norun)
run) (norun) fiberglass rosin $6.75
gallon. ABERNATHY.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Delos
1958 Evinrulle big twin, 35
boat, cries craft plywood la laminated
minated laminated with fiberglass and,
h.p motor 746-A Balboa.

boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square FOR RENT 4.- Furniobed on morons P11121". Lawood;;;t7lereado Lawood;;;t7lereadometers,
meters, Lawood;;;t7lereadometers, $125.00. Cali Panama bedroom apartment ail eon eon,,HOLL0
,,HOLL0 eon,,HOLL0 -' lent aenditions 2104-t: Coel,
' Iranians:ea game, in Via BP. I tiverbdr-Pberia 81.122F-

, ,, 'Mario roptss. ',r
,, rirr4rAttre ROW r" --rt,- i- Fe- '11.--ie--.70- I's- ,. .N ,
! Yttls 3.0607 owo 3-7111 :A, -4- t ..1 .
Rooms FOR RENTt --- tome Mott, 110RiAiLlt w- Took ,wootlist
' Zombis Console combination,. ION
furnishotl two ono bedrooms "As set it.' Sore s--.111-t ALCOHOLIC-1 ANOMVIAltill unalunmainut giodm Lamit -aakiLa P111 1
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- FOR SALE
"TRIUMPH" Automobile, almost new, with extras.
FOR MOM DETAIL
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. 12:30 p.m. as his discus throws, has entered Cup, an annual award made by
the 33rd annual West Coast Re- the Mory's Association for out- TECHNMIIISMOOLOngt Irt..ligalliH, ,- ,. I
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'Apartmints
POI illtiTs wm,Vaaatian guar.
tors in Margarita May 5 to
Joao 29. Phone 3-2726.
FOR RENT: Agar:manta at
Car:9Mo: two indrooms,
living room, dining room. ital.,
cony, maits room with bath.
room, garage. Alberto' Navarro
Street No. 41. Phone 2-2883.
FR RENT: Modorn duplex
apartment, two bedrooms, two
balconies, boautiful residontial,
islet bus-mop. Phone 3-
4994.
FOR RENT: Comfortablo.
cool and cheerful elle bedroom
apartment suitablo hr,a couple
ow smell family in Dorian Street,
For information call ,,Passama
1-1455 during riffles ,luntreo, or
3-19118 after.
FOR RENT: lesutiful mo modern
dern modern 2 bedroom apartment with
maid's room. near Hotel Pan--
ama. Phone 3-0702.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
Refrigerator, stove, everything.
,,N r t It American 'neighbors.
Phone' Z.3143 3.11471.
IF011 WONT: Two bedroont
furnished apartment, living-dining
room, balcony, hot water,
garage, etc. 49th Street, "Iss,
bilks House" $150.00. Tel.
3-4994.
FOR RENT: -- Two partments,
one unfurnished and the other
complotely furnished, We story
building, an sputa's, mach
Heart Hot water. iparegt;
room, lawn, very cool. For in information
formation information Phono 3-6796 or
3-1361.
FOR RENT: leautifuuly fur furnished
nished furnished 3 bedroom apartment
Madurito Building, Cangrelo.
May 15th to September 15th.
Tel. 3-1892 8:00 a.m. to 7:00
Pm
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedmom modern ,,, apartment,
garage. tonvenIsmees 168
Via Be Hearin Porras.
FOR RENT: Mos Ism apart apartment,
ment, apartment, for small family, $75.00
monthly. Phone 3-5245.
FOR RENT -. Furnished es
bedroom apartment ail con conmanliness,
manliness, conmanliness, game, in Via IP.
- liearie Perm& s,
FOR 'HMI's tamp Moore
furnishod two ono bedrooms
apartmants, hot water, hateeny,
eta. Call 3-1789.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TN Radios, Transiters
teocialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't Pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For tottsr Home Service. Always
Rely on
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panama. Sortie
fram 0:00 a.m. la 10:00 ..m.
Costal largo service all Panama
Transport Trucks, Tractors, logs
livestock, etc. Call Panama
3-6852 er 3-9620.
CAMERA REPAIRS I
makes, all work guaraotoml
NATERS 8057, 7th St. Phone
TOSo Colon.
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th s sect Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

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Finance Your5Nellve Or
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GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW 'KATES UP TO liti Mo.
On nen ears
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No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Ph.D. 'ENTERS RELAYS
FRESNO,' Calif. fUPI)John
Donaldson, a fellow who holds a
string of degrees almost as iong
as his discus throws, has entered
the 33rd annual West Coast Re
lays here May 9. Dr. Dona Idsim,
rational AAU discus champion in
1945,( has a B.S., M.A., M.S. and
PILD attached to his MM.

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FOR 1A1.1t 115t Vo loot
P.t41 aver drive. Ca Cristobal
1-2420.
FOR SAM 1955 Lincoln
Hart top, indigo' am IMINW
, WS ,Ores, power brakes, two.,
tow radio, automatic transmis transmission.
sion. transmission. 113-5120. Howse 1213-1
Corundu.
FOR ALE: 1957 Ford 500,
4 .tarrel, all power, many ex extras..
tras.. extras.. Coral ant white- Phone
Albrook 3 34.
Sedan, 9 passenoars Station
FOR SALE: Ford Country
Wagon. Very goad conditiot.
$7311 Diablo.
FOR SALE; 1955 Studs...
baker Champion 2-door, parka
condition. Balboa 2-1588.
FOR SALE: 1954 Corvette
Coml., new top, good tiros, and
radio. Phone Cristobal 3-24111.
FOR SALL 1951 Pontiac
Sedan 1-door, cheap. Telephone
3-6543 Dunlop.
1955 CHEVROLET
4 Door Sedan VS
Auto Trans:
1955 CHEVROLET
4 Door Sedan 6 Cy.
Auto Trans.
1956 CHEVROLET
4 Door Sedan
Auto Trans.
1956 FORD
2 Door, Sta; Wallets
Auto Trans.
1155 FORD
Hard Top with Radio
1156 HILLMAN Husky
, 1951 11 'AT 600
2 Door Sedan
1957 91T 600
2 Deer Sedan
1956 FIAT 1100-,
4 Door Sedan
1954 AUSTIN A-30
2 Deer Sedan
1954 RAMBLER
4 DEbOt Sedan
MOTORES
$.),A.
- -orilrAtrre Now r,
34607 3-111t
,
FOR SALE: 1955 Fargo Pane!,
excellent cinditien. very sheep.
Meterst Ce leen see Mc. Alto,
lett.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Belvedere S-Cyl. 4-D Sedan,
radio, excellent edition mile mileage
age mileage 21,000. Call 2-3631 House
2241-11.
FOR SALE: '57 Groin MAL
Convertible wire entagioments
tiros WW tiros, radio. Tot.
3-3385 from 5, to 7 p.m.
FOR SALK: 0- Ford Country
Sedan 9 passengers Station
Wagon, Wily good oondition
5738 Diable.
FOR SALE: -- 1956 Chevrolet
V-11 Power Pack motor, power
glide, 4-door hardtop 51.475.00
Phone 5-4211,Gaten 235-11.
makes. ail work guaranteed.
FOR SALE: Washing ma.
chins, Drier, stove, refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, steam Iron, ohmmeter
(batitilora) Itscaum leaner, mis miscellenaeeus
cellenaeeus miscellenaeeus electric appliances.
902 rug pa41 desk, table 6'
chairs, double bed, mattress,
box springs, bey's bicycle. nu numerous
merous numerous items, photography 10
"K" Street, Cangrelo. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6526.
?Oft SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
11-deor t- Sedan, Hyromatie.
Good Tiros. Please phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1301.
The New
f3 Co
NIKON
With built-in Universal
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Inewrinder 15ystbm
AIPA0
l'iiams.
, Coln
HONOR RETIRING COACH
NEW HAVEN? Conn, (UPI)
Robert .1. II. Klphutb, Yale's re retiring
tiring retiring swimming coach,'was recip,
lent Thursday night of the Mory's
Cup, an annual award made by
the Mory's Association for out outstanding
standing outstanding service. Kiphuth's 45
years at Yale produced winners
in 528 dual meets with only 12
losses.

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SALItt Aw- 111C.A.,111 Coot;
sale la blends' finish. -at kali
price. Pismo' Panama 3-6961i '
FOR SALts
room sot, Arotansion tibia, sin
chairs, china closet, largo buf.
fat, $175.00, hoe articlas
Coll 3-2735. t
FOR SALE: S tables, 63
chairs. rostsurent type $13090
Coco li Clubhouse.
FOR SALE:A----Hot Feint 11 en.
ft. Excellent condition. $150.
.
FOR SALE: Automatic
washing machine 'gneiss," new
$115.011., Phone 2-3111.
FOR SALII lima reffivid
rater, "hrver-with freezer top
9.1 ou. ft. To !opium elbow
24110.
, FOR SALE: -- We Nave, moot
sell bedroom tot pao stove and
crib. Cuba Ave. No. 40-50
apartment No. 1.
FOR SALE: -- Mohogany
ing room sot $75.00; 1 wkker
chairs $5.0k 2, metale,..night metale,..nightstands
stands metale,..nightstands $5.00; coi1 spring As logs
$10.00; Quartermaster I (id
314.00; 1953 Wostinghouso re..
frigerator $75.00; 111M Hoc.
tric typowritter. in good condi condition
tion condition $70.00. 324-X Culobra
Rd. Almon.
3011 SALK: .Not Polo 11 co.
ft. Excellent sonolltioo. 1150
Amalfi), Navy 5135.
Mit SALE Frigidaire 1 year
1 old, buffet tables, chairs, lamps,
dress moths, miseellaneout.
Telephone lalliss 1309.
1
WANTED
WANisfOr $,- Furnished ibr usp uspfuroishod
furoishod uspfuroishod Isom with -ittsala.
tify3-2568,
WANTIDi High quality
dining' JIM tit get including buf buffet
fet buffet alas ao upright flaite trout troutor
or troutor In 'goad conaltitiolh, Call
3-4143. -r 6 ;I,
-
WANTED! Cie it Milliner
with highweit moPorlooto for
field and OAS, Leg 4111
Panama.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL; C.t.,
PHONE BALBOA 1709
S-21 Whmetv SCI
,
.The owstinipothint considski4',
tion tor suorostal "ionises is
high fide,
r r rOo dvAlv
B ta

., Rookie Console combination, - A.It ma be too toed tit be ,,,,,111;,'.4.1"1..01,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS So it to 1 table. Call true "' "14" 'I
DRAWER "A". DIABLO 6-35L ' ' '''
' essons For Ike ,Imilredbh Itmet Ile a tr-1111Y, 14
prO rata part
DOE 1211. CRISTOBAL; C.Its, one --lee ono -- eon prowled You 4. ,
PRONE BALBOA1709 FOR SALts .Maus. 'fa 111P 1"111 Pule
, , tellable ---;' tin
Melo di-bledo. Plywesel entiosaattar: ,:y. tapkumi,vNaow -,
,-,,--,,,,..esssessessessnmererssmem 1,,i wp. met." s30.00.,,,- ...
fr 11., 1711 11 Apt, F. Asspie Pitee, tal,17.:,
I L:IT:ri:CIL: Free. Fish Fr "14 "tke
, special semmeHeAstinSiSoo ,,,,, ,;,,,,,,,,, ,. ,,, .,,, ',6. L '-, in".vyneollYstoroh. ott":la
BOR,O;NI? Cntag. !I ' ''
t -...- e ov-
' t FOR SAL! SS in It fe TAP' BALLET TOE '.... that al 'share
, S)7heduled For
1, : R,,, Hunt., z "sod with ad, ACROBATIC, lir CHARACTER , .. , speaking 'redo
rv," testable poisstaL Tol, lalluter .' JUNO elelY August G b.' T '-"
vi ,, 2614 Registration Altos to be aM Oa OMOITOV Thieve notioo,
i anneuesed later. .,An milmisso,re form.- (lamb.; titeautnytoityomuspy
,
.' ''kl; lid'Irtill FOR SALE: Or elenditionor.
,
separate demonism eemleeeer -; Ntirsery' SointoL Tronspottstlesr Self and Ceuntry Cliuttilheir ft, fixed' tigyeetm
1- : units. NOW 1 HP metor, oil for ,, losaStest; S cm. ts II. Open' allies, and their "Boosts ',Int eounts, E hoc
A By5. beatify Fliptiter &planet 101;teee.-Call Balboa 1214., , Atomtally Invited to attend -It that, Aprotoetitm
ihe mostknportoo considero4' '' Petrol:: Oiss" SL154-7.1lii:: Pat'Stinilebury- ' ' '' -.
S-27 , Pres Pish Dey at,,the Butt , -,
bench
Club Area temerrow stela, at weeeme.....6
OM fOr 0 000(00901 000009 11 : lebleto, 1' Wives.. beffoofelrey i '.11 !int ,and 44vilt,,,eentintoe Wilt .,, .. ,
high fidellip.
... ,,.....,
B407.; Barred. Died ,',-, ",..; IA MS' Or oronta .-' Ra 1PlifigL4C(fiti lingis r1;81 '18 1
. , he eighth .. and ninth Inningirkte
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,
shade the Richmond Virginians; 1
. , ', ,
- In Relle Ant
, 1, anti the Montreal Royals down- ,
SeltiCI Center Theatres -- --TOD,AY11.,-.,,, Itight 71abeek:itte,., ih, od miamL, g.s, and ,Toronte out, 195s ,1
' Ant conwrioNED, NEw''YoRL, Aprg 11(1.IP),-- aluVgegteedralniarivgahritha'andil-e7r. Ron licgraY ,41'' I:"
r i r A .,. It-took a taste' of lomecookin' to gave the Royale', their ,seeond Ailitl
til ii, 1.110. 111011- 4:10 010 11.4114,- gettlie Buffalo Bisons baek on the route-toter. Performance ''et the -..
:000Tmehtillef,Osy.cisoi uipp:opet'ynesestehrdtilrent;tia-,;:tempari. ivitru:isunirlougai,naltrilatell".esacroh:,ed'msesavhiatetulsmitt' telforsanek"de,,Ild4011, iitibthivitmete.: 1 C.411 0000rarg,:il
1
14rohtithleole it. t t A
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ta
4 ,.. I 1 Jets, 4-1 at Buffalo for their first At Havans,., Archie Wilson slug- i ,
-I
oh CI ...1 4, 1 victory of the season. ged homers .iii the seventh and 1 gItti, i
)14144 11 7,64 a IR.,1 V. t 41.1 riolt twto:rhoalegeta mHzeorid,ruo;!wthesholla.h"loa:dsoningig vitae:el:Brine:1i fricielegnehilhows:!,inn,Angitingntgosn, witeol,nclea, oolzeTarlorezttoenhtottsuliwaaor :,,, ,,,,:, :4', TAD; ,uot'
,,--- , ' mond, looked.' like -a emopletelP homcruns for the home side;Pat ,
'4 I ii
ORS IIIIM II differentleam ibefore the- home- srantlebgry picked op the win, in ,,'1,' ,..,
KEEMN WIN ELAINESTRIICH MARCEL Ott d110ACEISLI t
. .,., own fans.' Dallas Green -and Fred' relief. ,' e 2,, ' '' 'A
Also Snowing SUNDAY and MONDAY! Rodriguez collaborated in 'holding' ,,, .,:t,,, s,, 2 Ditoo,
' the 'visitors tn!five' Iiits Green VOTE' NAME' CHANCE "; ,
DIABLO HTS. Julius Da Rosa Mins Newman '' hurling the first eight innings and TAIPEI, Formosa '(11,11),-lite :, .. '''.A.. ul
, ,,,t,, ,, Rodriguez oniepping up .in: the Taipei City .Council,' has voted to .,..- ,
7:00 i'LET'S ROCK"
nintht Buffalo sewed up the Acta- change the' name of half-mtle, .: I fill
G'A M II 0 A Bob lope Fernando' ,-, Anita Bltberg ry wtih a three-run ugrisingtathe long Chluchuan Street to Tibet , 1 7
11:116 "PARIS HOLIDAY" shah Inning:, "r ' Road 'In honor of the Tibetan aat,4-: Hard ,Te
' In CinemaScope & Color In,otherlattnis, the RoehesterCommuni9Vrebeic '' . .,.. .'
-"."-..-"' Ti ''''."1'1".....117..m., '3 - i ''''s "' ' t JP161111
G A T II N Robert Taylor -- Eater 17,stinas ,. .-, t
7:00 "QUO 'ADIS" In Color 14 '',.' ', b- Y i. , I '' '
,,, ,.,
'7'; 1958
MARGARITA Atm Ladd '-- Ernest Borgnim
7:00 "THE RADLANDERS" !LA '': 1 I , vb 'III -, ". 2 111
- '1113 Pccilic Steenti'' lailialloii Comp,' iy:
'In CinemaScope and Color .1 t! "(INCORPORATED4T BOVitle CHARTER'41140)::. 1, ; '.,
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KENN WINN ELAINESTRIICH NI mwmt d1111A CEISTA,
Also ShowIng SUNDAY and MONDAY!

DIABLO HTS. Julius Da Itosa Mins Newman
7:00 "LET'S ROCK" '
D'A 0 A Bob' tope remanded Anita 10kberg
11:13 "PARIS HOLHIAY"
' In CihemaSeope & Color
GATIIN Robert TiYlor -- Peter' Detinoe A
7:00 "Q110 VADIS" In Color 14

MARGARITA taan Ladd Ernest Borgnim
7:00 "THE BADLANDERS"
'In Cinema Scope and Color

PARAISO
7:00
SANTA CRUZ
710

CAMP, NERO pouble Program', "HELL'S FITE MOMS"
,11:66 aml "TWO GUNS AND A BADGE"!
COCO 1101,0',-"--t- 1:00,

""11' NM INK NO MIEN
TECHNICOLOFC

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iNDEPICPM2111 DULY. ICIZWST

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Miiielladeous:,'
.: foit SAIllt -; 1-4 it.p. to "fel ;-:
,
, moor, with air peal ,fitr sitow4 ;44
1 riam or, other avrawast. 45 mat. ,,,
it.C.A. rastwat ohaatar:,' Hum
FOR SAUlt Ona
20 Gal., Hot water hatter la. ter terfeet
feet terfeet paaitilloot.-.Yawl11 les it It
Calle 33 late itt-11 Paramao.;'
FOR SALK: ,totedivatioe Alteo
eordion 120 base like mow $100,,,;
Telephone daytime Navy420
nieht 241110o 4
it011 SALE: Mowry sluiyrout.
-tat boodieig marAino,.porfoot for
moat stooping ssmosoios,',44411-,,'
'sal cost $2,000. Askinii,S500.4,':
dO for quick sale. Tomos avail,
, obis. Call Panamo:,' 3-6121', to ,"
arranoo iso this ottochino..,,
,
Like new Dryer 110-220011 Ft.-
Pressor 59- email 111-119.. Fleets
Can S6-4113.
,
FOR SAL1:'
piano, atoolliont
dental)? prim'.
4476,' Homo
Street..
Hiramsar. Peek
condition, mo mo'
' mo' talbse
22611-A, Carr
'
FOR SALE: lloctionlo Flask
Holland Strolloonar4
Puk, SILO. Laos' 23414.
' FOR SALE: Airehnilitionor
"Chryskr" 434 11.P. 1121.00
perfect oondition. Phtme
6112.
'FOR SALE: EWA Dryer.
$75.00 also a white faced mon monkey
key monkey with tags ,S25.0iL, Albroak
FOR SALL Yotraan -have
socendjoome oo iter wit ler
' $1,500 A 311"xl 141"a3'6"
all Phillip's maholany' holt.
cabin miser, 11111P.
Intl far's' to go illywharC ,,
lanai at Our tonna. Box '1177
Balboa. ?hos.
POR SUS: leo tonne
Hegter 135 worn. $59; Ebner
90 lont. $39; Plash ottock.
mint $19; Universal view
finder $13; Lipht meter $0;
projector $39; Tripod' $7. Tel.
Curunde 7219.
FOR SAI-11,--. Sorediverine
corilion 120 hese like new i$11)0;'
Telephone Navy 1207.
,011 SALE: -- Weeltii4
aing,Thor Lawoodromat;., egesila
!lint 2104-I
kir-Photo,- SI
1101tigis Took' lima .1)est,
:20fric Console ', combination,.
, mahogany drop loaf -Sahli.' Call
'
FOR SALlt ..111chaust 'fa ittP
loch 4-blade. Flywesd entleserti
12 14.P. mow $30.00. 0840
Apt.- F. Audio Pito,
, :FOR SALIt ,- inch' feW;,.....
Rom Hunter speed with, ad.
Notable pedattal. Tolellailtioarf
2614..,, ,
FOE SALE: Or eapaslititatto,
separate 414114wpm:wilt ettabeneer
emits. new 1 HP motor. all fat
119E. Somata:4 IFI,ther &planet
piano Anil beech, sus; t ea114
mahogany Oilliel tem.
: table", tastes,. buffsfs'firvitiall
, table, 4 skein, $300,,
se07,; Harreis Diehl
,
laRtles-oecm'illrrolNED.$1: 0'

tionOli Program ,"AFFAIR IN ItaN011,
-anti "TRAIN TO ALCATRAZ" t?
Frank Sinatra -,- Tony- Curtis
"RINGS GO FORTH" :)

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duet tkd Palm gloms 11;12' I
auk Mak.' Ss Fri.,- 11 a.m.
Sat. 2 1.1a.:s Sat. tor' Sea.
'01114 opaa 8-1 4wasidays.,

FONIALIpLeto 501 and 1.000
nootels. tito New Hipimitome
thbantintio.. &Irmo tho Imes ;
' Natotritek4 AN ,Ito with street
fronts.:-fewage,' watt oohs old
siostricky.: Cal W. itstentatt
Tel. 4-0976.
SAL1h-.-Lot LOSS rimer
; meteor' to the. beet legation, of
, La Crea, situated betweee "V!,
Street sod ow street. For helot. ',,
mation otiose salt TeL, I-2170
ilrem o.os. to 12 itOut old from
2 Pm. to 3 AL
FOR SALL: ". Contfottaiblo
'" country -,' Immo oonsplotoir for.
;tithed; 4735 sq. orators of land;
Kuno, water and Koitior 1 k
'loot itilloofr," now rofriaorator
; to.; at Gorgon. Snack, -',,' SO
silos from Panama City; $3,000.p.
00.41airsimilar home at Coro Coronado
nado Coronado Rood. kr $1,S00.00 Tole. t
ohm's 2-4924 or
FON SALli r; Three bedroom
haler. now,lerring Isthmus.
Tel. I-0912.,
,
1 lielpWaisted
WANTil): losollont- Cook
lanaral komookramor kr Amor
- km" family of itorra, Apply ,t
10:10 cm. with,' rofir,'
otos, ,sbit Mashie Manuel j
Harrod' lAvookto 111'4,
Cmoto, Apt. '
)11111;WANTED:t 6Exporionood
maid sore for 2 abildrono Cofer.
' oacoo;, Panama 2-2610.
Jobs Wonted- ,,,
anaemia ft P. A.) 'With
pinion. as asaentast- ipsimaiwr
far a law Americas firm. and
with 111. A. and M. S. demwestia
laciness Administration with
specialisation in ocasunting fi
nines and marketing. mike kA
earth, Position. Pleas ropis,ta
"Loma". 11011 114, 'Panama
Animals'
DOKi and CATS,' Uhl' Num
with Chosk.": Melo &
Ltda.. 1 Avo. ant 1116 ,Altaft,
,
POlt SALlt:00,ft, Wire, Po TOO
AKC Intiottrolt,
Slot fort 'Andrea', ito not AO
hair,' 2149 Ca Stroolti rldbes,
1
lesmmis
PLAN NOW
, To tab, odvantago of
' BOBOTHY CHASES'S
Summer Session
' TAP BALLET TOE
ACROBATIC, & CHARACTElb
Juno. fly & Auto
s' Ito oistration Ades to be
announced later.
NOtory Sohool. Tronsportstiost Tronsportstiostptsvidlot;
ptsvidlot; Tronsportstiostptsvidlot; S' cm. to 11. Opt
,Tosikk -Coll Balboa 12140
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NEW''YORIE,: Aprg 12(UPf)--
It-took a taste of lomecookin' to
get Abe Buffalo Bisons baek en the
right track 12' She htarnational
teague. '
The Bisons :opened their '195Ik
'home, schedule yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon by whipping the Columbus
Jets,'4-1,, at Buffalo for their first
victory of the season.
, Theo Herd,,who had given on a'
total el 21 runs In-losing the first
two games of- the season at Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, looked, like 2 emopletely
differentleam ibefore the- home hometown'
town' hometown' fanC Dallas Green and Fred'
Rodriguez collaborated in 'bolding
the 'visitors to4ive' Green
hurling the first eight innings and
Rodriguez 0-mopping up dn. the
ninth, Buffalo sewed lip the victo victory
ry victory wtih a threp-run uprising the
sixth inning;

Rodriguez collaborated in 'boiding ,,,
the ,visitors to'4:five' Itits. Green VOTE' NAME' CHANGE ';
hurling the Brat eight innings and TAIPEI, Formosa
Rodriguez 0-mopping up ,in: the Taipei City'.Council,' has' Yoted to
ninth, Buffalo sewed 'up the "tette' change the' name of half-mtlery
wtih a three-run uRrising In the long Chiuchuan Street to Tibet
shtth Inning; '-''' Road'in honor of the Tibetan anti antiIn,other
In,other antiIn,other ,gaems, the Rochester Commun,trtheht:'''

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nvc:ter's GL:

( Author, 'Stock Buying Outdo'
Sod 'Invosting for Retirement:I
lit I hay been roadiU g storiee
of Proposals to soh transphrta transphrtation
tion transphrtation problems by Iasi of Anono Anonorail
rail Anonorail Do you know ot any clomps
'ay 'manufacturing An on s
structures? If 10, would you out.
gest this stock m fair growth
itivestment?
4A. There has beeti au increase
in vomment on tho possibilities
of monorail a system ,which
carrier passenger ears ouspended
hrOm an olevated rail,
I know hothing &met. the ste,
tuel progross et this system,-,erwhether
any -company has beat
sot up to manulacturs the pail or
whether any sommunitr has' at,
Wally contracted to pututhis Ays-1
tem to um.
But ono thing .ts,eertaint Yon
can expect a flood of promotiom
basod on, this proposal (as -.you
eau 'Alit any Almilor new scheme)
and just About every promotion
hiclude the solo of stock
load ,most likely by high pressure
I think ibis eon oxtremely.
dangerous and very easily servo as
tho basis for fraud. I would urge
that no ono subscribe to-inylorm
of monorsil stock until be has
had se, chase to investigate it
thoroughly And eheck igteut With
reputable, broker or- banker,
Vie;- are retired, '000111
security',, income. and dividends,
from SO A,T and T. and 21,13rook,
lyn, Union Gas. Both, 'are plan-,
ning Mock, splits. Shill I oell seme
General' Baking preferred to buy
the taw shares?,
- A. ,think you have mistmder mistmderstood
stood mistmderstood some recent news. A. T. and
T.- will ,, split its stock three
shares for one. but you won't have
to buy anything. Your SO-shares
ivill then ',become 240 shares of a
new stock paying VISO year in
dividends.' find- no wordk of a
Brooklyn Union) Gas Wit. ;think
you, aretreferring to its ',merger
with, Brooklyn Borough Gall. tybleh
willaot,' effect, you.' liwould bold
the General Baking preferred.-
is a' safe investment for yottkan'
PaYa af' generous dividend.:
T told that V tput $25 it
' month', tryle ,yearo Mt 111,, mote,
tundltall,' $3.000)
back 0,200 profit et $4,200.:
Sounds tee good tole true.
loaf be' tee teed cte
Far thetoottrOth fimet Tfe
en! ens -- Ion Prank, You
Free Fish
amikia Tomorrow
,
members Myth' -Sambesi
'Self end Country Clubilheir
. milks, and .,'Ilbeisk:"2, guests. are
,eerdiallv' Wiled to attend It.
:'"Proo. PIA -pee. the Sun
1.Club Area temerrevi Starting et
1 11 rots and 'wilthetithem
Red Mogi, stored slues' runs vim
the eighth, and ninth ''
shade the Ric 'mond ArIrSieleolA.
1, and the' Montreal Royals down downed
ed downed Mill Mt,' 11-8, and ,Torente out,
slugged Mavens, 11-7.
Veteran righthander Ron gray
gave the i,fRoyale tbeir ,Iseeond
route-going. ,performance, of the
young 'mason, even ttough the
Marlins 'reached-him tor ,10 hitt.
NegraY's learomates backed him'
-with a .14-hit' assault and -a five fiverun
run fiverun outhurst in'the 'sixth inning.
'AClavans,'.' Archie Wilsofi slug slugged
ged slugged 'homers in the seventh and
eighth innings: tio lead Toronto' to a
free-swinging-win ever the Sugar
lEings., Antonio' Gonzalez hit two
homcruns lot the 'home side:rat
Scantlebury, picked hp the win, in
me, Jowl,- ...PP
$ i. el Mat' 1
May' 1$
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worthin 10 years uniees you put
your undo ha bank In El. sa saAnts
Ants saAnts or in U.S. 'Treasure bonds 1
due in 10 yeast'. g
' ire stock dividends teaable?
I tmderstaind 'they- are not. 1 re-ceived
lest year a stock dividend
on my shares a about 1600 which
amount, wee, subtracted front ntY
debt by' the. brokerage? firml,
this dividend taxable? I
I'm, afraid you'are nOt 161?
on the difference between edivi- I
donde received on stock .and
stock dividend. : )
-Ford, for example;.now pay, It I
cents in dividends.every quarter,.
or $2.40 a year on each share et
stock. That dividend is taxable al
regular income. "-
, Grand Union 'Co. receetir des.:
dared (in addition to a spilt) -,, a
dividend of three per, tent ito
stock., That, le a three per- cent
stock dividend.' 'it 1116411,, every
holder of 100 altar.' would reeive
an, additional three shares', 111-a
"stock dividend." The of
those three shares is not taxable.
Jildting from your letter, in
which you' give an exact figure et
f$600, I would infer you received re regular
gular regular ash dividends, which are
taxable. Stock dividends (divi (dividends
dends (dividends paid, la the form of addl.'
tional shares) are not taxable.
widowin her -middle 40o
has a big honte and ,yard watch
is 'difficult, for her' maintaht.
Upkeep tet the house' is $600 -a
year. She could get $20,000 for it..
She has no other funds and earns.
less than $3,000 Year. weeid
suggest selling the Atoms and
putting the money into Common Commonivealth
ivealth Commonivealth Edisod, Montgomery.Wark,
Sears-and Peoples Gas?,
A. The arithmetic on the tittle tittletiont
tiont tittletiont The- $20,000 she would rea-a
lite eould bring In $1,000 a year
front safe investments. 'This plus
the $600 spent in upkeep means
her present rent tomes to SIAN
er Moro that, $130 month.- If she
tee Set iauitable quarters' for lest
this. thatqand It she de", ode.mint-
her home, it 1POUld
, far 'easier -for kte to live ,in I
rented
' I mutt netretary who would
Ilk lo begin acquiring stock. I am
interosted,Ia long twm 'growth,'
but would, like redoemablo stock.
,A6 onlY stock 4 : which As.
Wetly redeemable le muitia
fund 'shafts which cat 4ba' eashedi
is any-day, ?waiving otactly their
prO rata part of tho total fund.
Some ; prefewed4- shares aro
eallable 4'4' that is, may bt refirod
at tho option of the issuing tont tontpann
pann tontpann but not at tin wish st;tho
investor. 1
Yoe should 'roalizo,',, of torsi,
that al 'shares are in a manner,of
speaking Tedeemablo in that thoy
an be sold most ofton at- mkt
ment's notice. Tho Mg problem Jo
that you may not got out the :of- I
mount you, put hi. Only ,,doliat
fixed" investments 4. savhigs ae,
counts. E bonds oaa give "on
that proteatiOa.
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D,00r Sedan VI
AUto Trains
lOSS :GIIEVROLEI
4 Door Sodas- ttp
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D,or ,Sedt, 'VS
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Auto' Timm
7 '; 1916 -;r
2 DOo6 Sta,,,'; Wagon
Auto 7ratiO A "'
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; 1915 .roitlY,
Hard :rep with
.J016 HILLMAN -Busk
1958 IFIAT
' 1 Door Sidari

Fear on each share et
dividend,11 taxable al
liOn Cti 'seeentlY'' d'Ur:
iddition to a split) a
three per, tent '-ito
le a three per- cent
'it 1116411,, every
10 there' would ;reelyst
al three shares', ae.
dencl.1' The et
shares is not taxable.
ram your letter, in
give an exact higureet'
d infer you received re.
dividends, which are
Lock dividends (dtvi (dtvithe
the (dtvithe form of addi;
os) are not taxable. 4
ow' in her -middle 40s
home and yard- which
for' her' to' 'maintain.
the house' is 2000 -s
oould get $20,000 ler 14
other funds and earns,
1,000 a. year. Woutd you
big the Atoms -,' and
money .into Common CommonMontgomery.Wark,
Montgomery.Wark, CommonMontgomery.Wark, ?toples Gas?,
rithmetic on the attys.
120,000 she would pas
bring in $1,000 a year
investmente. 'This plus
oent liPk00P Meling
t rent tomes to 01,600
Ian 030 r month.- If sae
itable quarters lot loss,
sad she 4 deoe,,(not
tig her home, it 1POUld
er 'for ate ta la I
,
,
a -secretary' die weidd
acquiring stock. I am
hi long ,twnt 'growth,'
ike-p redeemable stock.
mly Lstock ',' which 4ie
leemable
I Avhich' eat 4ba'
, receiving exactly their
irt of the total fund.'
eferred,-- shares aro
that is, may be retired
osi of the laming 'son 'sonnet
net 'sonnet ,at the wish eCtlis
el forte;
Imes are in a manner,of
odeemable in- that 'they
I most often, at- mer
Tho Mg problem,is
Lay, not get out the ;11-4
put in. ,Only ,,dolret
tments .. savhigs
bands,.... sea give ,,y0s,
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r..;.' ber..;.' tIVren ,Kngland and Wales.
,,AnC. when the soldier, Sic.
- George Harrison, a member of
Headquarters and Headquarters
Compgny, 1st Battle Group, 2Jth
- Infantry, emerged from the wat wat'
' wat' era' of Gattm Lake, he said, "I
thing I could have gone about
Ur,- more miles if we had had
timco
' ,Considering the fact that the Pa Pa,
, Pa, items. Canal is only 50 miles long,
heal swimmers this week placed
the sergeant's record high on the
list'of people who could swim the
. length of the big ditch. Waters
el Gatun Lake are treacherous and
, clireat challenge to a smooth smoothStroking,
Stroking, smoothStroking, long winded distance
I twimmer--such as Sergeant liar liartisott.'
tisott.' liartisott.' -.Harrison started training for
- ;Ong d distance swimming about
eight months ago. Ho spent most.
of his off duty time at the Fort
Kobbe pool, making monotonous
'trips around the pool and count counting
ing counting -the laps as he wont.
.vory day the number of laps
- Intriased tmtil he was finally
' swimming two and three miles a
lityseven days a week.
His first long distance swim swim,
, swim, s, king test came a few days ago
ivben Sergeant Harrison traveled
' te,Gatun Lake for a major work
mit. He left Fort Kobbe at 3:30
. g',40ek one morning, along with
". his -reach. He stopped off in Bal Bal-
- Bal- bipt- for coffee and a roll, picked
e, 7
ev a Panamanian guide farthzr
. on Idotin the road, and arrived at
- the lake about two hours later.
k 'Still another Panamanian guide
, and. a cayuco were waiting far
the party when it arrived beside
the still waters of the lake, just
begimring to shimmer in the ear earlifer
lifer earlifer morning light. He hit the
rider at 6:30 a.m. and started
:' Winding his way around the ma ma,
, ma, A kg-stumps that dot the lake.

breeie began to Now
kind Sergeant Harrison realized
that' hi might encounter rough
Water ahead. After 'about an hour,
he:was forced to turn back due
to "lhe strong current and high
Waves. He had swum three miles
before beading back for the cairn cairnWaters
Waters cairnWaters of a river that empcies
k into, Gatun Lake.
.- By this time, Harrison knew
titat 'his stroke was becoming

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5 Exp3ris To Judge
kmy Entertainment
tiniest Finals

04
,,,rive experts in the fields of mu mu'
' mu' sic 'and entertainment will judge
the U.S. Army Caribbean "live"
finals of the 1959 All-Army Enter Entertainment
tainment Entertainment Contest on May 6 at Jed Jedwin
win Jedwin Hall, Fort Claytql. Lt. Col. B.
W. Butters, chief of USARCARIB
SPecial Services, has announced.
,,o,Panel members will be Donald
Ntis Selman of the Balboa Schools;
.CWA Herman Englert, director of
.the 776th Air Force Band; William
Va Balboa Theater; Mrs.
Betty.-.T. Slaughter of Gatun and
Mrsr.,:,A' none Kirkland of Balboa.
n classes are being judged
hi this year's annual Army talent
Aunt: Vocal soloist, instrumental
,solist, individual specialty, vocal
group. instrumental groun, special specialty:00in
ty:00in specialty:00in and specialty grOup non nonAnysical.
Anysical. nonAnysical. '4Winners in the sub-area finals
will be awarded cash prizes: $10
and SS to each sole het .winning
, first and second place respectively
And $15 and 510 for first and sec seces
es seces dplace for grou pacts.
USARCARIB winners also will
ficeive $15 and $10 for first and
Second place, while group acts will
be'awarded X25 for first place and
TS for second.
-7,-es!rtie' top act in USARCARIB will
alio be selected by the judges to
represent the command at the All All'
' All' Army Finals at Fort Belvoir, Va.,
In June.
1,4lhe USARCARIS Commander's
Trophy will be awarded to the
iiiib-area totaling the highest num num,ber
,ber num,ber of points in the entire contest.
' Including both "recorded" and
live" classes.
q 4
,
,FSU Prooram Hits
:,..ffighest Enroliment
'-ifIrlorida State University pro progran'e
gran'e progran'e has reached its highest en enArgliment
Argliment enArgliment since the Army betan
sponsoring a college program in
,, this command in the summer of
1951 according to J. Richard
' tlark, educationl director for
'Army Caribbean.
1 There are 15 classes at pres pres'ent
'ent pres'ent ,with a total enrollment of
307 students. This includes stu-,
delta taking the eight and 16 week
course of study. There are., 171
' from the Army, 49 Air Force
bonne!, 10 from the Navy bnd
Plans are being formulated for
' the summer session which begins'
June 1S. A full professor of econo economics.
mics. economics. from FSU will arrive in the,
rear sometime prior to Ihe sum summCr;session
mCr;session summCr;session and will offer special
council An economicS during the
stimmer ciasses.
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ineffective as ha slowly moved
against the waves and liva strong
currant. lost much vattablo
time as the waves tossed ,him
about causing him to lose
sight of ths cayuco viith his of official
ficial official escort party.
He finally regained contact with
his party, however, and in ainth-,
er two hours had passed the start starting
ing starting point and was heading for
the river about a mile' away.
He made a large circle in ,the
river and commenced the idnC
swim back to his starting pomt.
As the small boat of his escort
'party began moving back -up the
lake, the water beat ,furiously a against
gainst against the sides and speed became
essential if the party was to make
it back to safety without,mishap.
Harrison was urged to quicke4
his stroke which he did- At'
this point he donned goggles -as
the water pad inflamed his c:yes
until his vision was greatly im impaired.
paired. impaired. By using a powerful stroke
and attaining alrilost super-human
speed, he managed to make' the
return trip in about 45 minutes
for vn average of almost 212 miles
an hour.
As the boat reached tthe shore,
the party jumped out and started
to lift him from the water. Re
waved them off, however, ,say,
ing, "Don't get your feet wet. I
can make it."
He emerged from the water
with no ill effect,s. All he wanted
was a cigarette. After a few min minutes
utes minutes of rest he seemed none the
worse for his 10 1-2-mile swim
through the rough, stump-infested
lake. He ate a hearty lunch and
then drove back to Fort Kobbe,
feeling better than most people'
would after a 10-mile hike.
As he dropped off his coacth
at his barracks, Sergeant Harri Harrison
son Harrison said, "Are you going to be
around this evening? I think
swim a few laps around the pool
just to keep loose."
He did, too.

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TEMPERATURE TESTINGHarrison tests a tinned-Toot in 'the water before, 'taking off tor a
trial run in the Canal waters. He hopes to conquer the Canal swim within the next few months.'
(Arm Phot0),

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GOING STRONG In spite of choppy water, llairlios1,11( going
strong. Soon after this photo was taken, however, he wag forted
to move into calmer waters ef the .river, OM Army Photo)

SWIMMER AND CREW Happy although a little Hied are members of the boat erme end
Harrison. From left are the paddle', eoach,Dave Seigler, the battle group soldier and the crew's
guide.,(1.1.S. Army Photo)

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LAS VEGAS, Nesvs., (UPI) Dr.
Ed Ward Teller uid yesturdepathe
United States mould set off a, un unclear
clear unclear explosion 100 millioemiles
from earth in' a mighty, experi experiment
ment experiment that would test the Einstein
theory of relativity.
The famed University a Califor California
nia California physicist said-the chances are
a 1000-to-1 that ell kinds ot radia radiations
tions radiations from the explosion w uld
race 'to the earth at the game
time. This,would prove the theory
that all electromagnet radiations
travel at the sante speedthe ve-.
locity' of light-41 space. -
Teller, known as the fattier 'of
the hydrogen bmnb, outlined the
idea in a speech at the first World
Congress of Plight, He diselahn diselahned
ed diselahned that It was his proposal, stat stating
ing stating that "it has been talked about
by a very few people." Th ey
were not identifiecli
In- a news conference la te r,
Rear Adm. John E. Clark, deputy
director of the Defense Depart Department's
ment's Department's Advanced Research Proj Projects
ects Projects Agency CARPA), said he had
not heard of the proliosal before.
But he mgckly said ARPA vmuld
be "receptive" to it.
There was no hint of when such
a gigantic experiment could be
carried out, or what the yield of
the nuclear explosion might be.

dition and partictdarly the effect of
the Atrthritis iromtwhicb he has
sufcfered for years.
The results of the examination
were senf to the President later in
the week. 'rhe White Reuse said
they showed the new sedretary to
be iti "fine shape."
Dulles has sufferid from re.
current cancer for two years, His
worsening condition :forced his
resignation last VisdnesdaY. 4Tho
President, however, could see the
inevitability of Dulles' decision
and talked to Herter in Washing.
ton last Monday about his sieve sievetion
tion sievetion to the cabinet contingent on
the results of the medical exam examination.
ination. examination.
Herter told repPrtert at, the
President's offices here today he
assumes that the state department
will continue operating with -the
"same team" developed under
Dulles.'
Herter.did not, however, want to
discuss foreign policy ht general
terms until he has been confirmed

poaufsin$gec
Reif
Herter.di not., b
testmni (11,
discuss orelgn
- terms until he has
hv the Senate.'
11 I a r D" Bull re S.:

-......n'wsr111.111.N 7 lir 1111 11)-3; the, Senate.' ,
Galhers In Texas end at tho Chaohow plantation in
wofaeo 'trodeliagi7otous asecwaitt thgaethoeur
tbedreaink, South Carolina to prepare for his
taZoortoormwoolidi arysturfoonmfohWisawshatkg
WACO, Tex. (CPI) Members imminent departure for, the Paris
c'f war and the seend "ming ()L After that conference, Herter
Christ to lead them to the Holy mooting of western foreign min minwill
will minwill then lead the American dele dele;stars
;stars dele;stars beginning April 29.
Land. ,,., gation to the May n meeting of
Executives of the Davidian sect, foreign ministers in Geneva.
which has headquarters on a 94O
sere farm inot nilingriel. 1,17.k.,s I.. Herter told reporters a working

WACO, Tex. (UPI) Members'
of 'religious sect gathered in
Waco today to await the outbreak
of war and the' second coming of
Christ to lead them to the Holy
Land.
Executives of the Davidian sect,
which has headquarters on a 94s
acre farm just outside Waco,. is-
sued a call recently for 'members
to divorce themselves of all
worldly possession and come
here.
Mrs. V. T. Houteff, a member
of the executive council, said a
count last night Showed 450
persons had registered from near nearly
ly nearly every State in the, nation and
from Canid4.
"We expt the final total will
swell into the thousands," she
said.
A delegation of 00 Davidians
was reported to have left a coin coinmunity
munity coinmunity near Salem, S.C., for
Waco.
Council 'officials instructed -sect
members not to talk to newsmen.
They made it clear strangers re
not welcome itt the farm.
The Dasrldisna were dropped by
the Seventh Day Adventists I
church in the 1930's because of
1
their radical beliefs,
Originally, the proclamation
calling members to Waco said a
"kreat war" would break out ir
the ,Middle East abont April 21.
It said Christ would come back 1
to earth' after the war, and lead
them tti the promised land. 1
Today,. the 'council hedged and
said itienot expecting the second
coming at this time, nor the end I
of the world immediately.' But
Mrs. Houteff said tbe sect still 1
is 'expecting the outbreak of war
momentarily.

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AUGUSTA, Gra., April, 11 (UPIPrealdent Eisenhower 'today --.aisnouneett ;Mg -seleetion
Christian A. Herter SI the new secretary of state. - -
,'' Herter. flew by army helicopter from his vacation ,retreat at Green ,Pend,-.11.C.,-for, I 'final .f
conference 'with Eisenhower this morning before the 'chief executiveopersonally-announeed the
selection tof the acting secretary of state to replace cancer-striken John roster Dulles. Eisen-r-:
hewer told reporters he would bend Illerter's nomination to, the Senate al soon '-air.the Senate.
meets next' week.: Speedy confirmation was ex Peeted. ' : - --
,,, Th. Preiddent last Monday told Herter, he anticipated-the resignation of Dulles and plamted
to name Herter as ,the suctessor provided &physical chekup showedcHerter was' able le entrr
out the strenuous duties of the, post,
Herter, 64-year-old former gov- group', Cf Eritisik French and where. gitt Presiderht announced
ernor -of Massachusetts who has American experts Iwas now in briefly'. his' intention to- nominate
been in the State'Department since Dmdon working on plans for the the tall New Englander as Endres
1957, went to Johns Hopkins Hospl- April 29 ,meeting- and consulting tary -of state. : I
tal.in Baltimore, Md., last Wednes- with the West 'Germans '"for eoor- , ,,,,,,
day for a check on his general con- dinating porposes.",-,- ' t
dition and partictdarly the effect of ,The chief executiVe sent an ar arthe,grthrhje
the,grthrhje arthe,grthrhje iromwhich he has my helicopter piloted by Capt. CEN ;
suffered for years. Gerald Swecker to Charleston, S.C.
'The results of the examination last night Early-this morning the .4
were senf to the President later in helicopter landed on Me plantation WEEKEND RELEASEt RELEASEtthe
the RELEASEtthe week. 'rhe White Hpuse said owned by the famib,' of Herter's ,
' -0 75,-;;' 0 40 '-'
they showed the new sedretary tO wife, picked up the 'secretary-des-
be "fine shape." ignate and flew him to the Angus- Shows:- 1:01 s 2:33 11:4111,1r.
Dulles has suffered from re' ta National Golf Club where Els- -6:35 sal pm,.
current cancer for twe years. Hit enhower hat been visiting since ,
worsening conditien :forced his April 7. x 'rhe,picture that 'broke Bret

Tight Sweaters,

Peg Pants Featured

41 London Par

both liachelors, "Teddy Boy"
attire. Beer was served.
'"Actually, old. man, I had 'to
have my tailoron Saville Row
cut these trousers especially for
the party,"' said one young man.
He pointed to his. tight -peg. trods trodsInvitations
Invitations trodsInvitations to the party In the
ritzy Chelsea area, home grounds
for the set told the 120 guests
that "knives and bicycle chains"'
Were optionai. ,,
The girls, trying hard', to lOok
tight boyish : pants ', and tighter
sweaters., 6
Th0 guests danced 'barefoot to
the music. of a five man jazz
band and for blocks ar oun d,
neighbors held their ears against
the singing of "You Ain't Nothing
But' A Hound Dog."
',The party broke up shortly be
fore 5 a.m. Most of the q"Teddy
Boys" bad to teport for work
promptly when the stock exchange
opened. ,

'PRICE!, 75c. sr
TODAY-'
Jae, z:SS, WO, 6:50, 0:00 p.m,
,

Tho President and the' mot toe--
rotary mot -at, t a.m. in I Isom Isomhoworss
howorss Isomhoworss office over the aolf club
After. abont 40 minutes the Pres President
ident President and Herter 'walked toget,her
into an adjoining reception room

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At Horse Show

Special prizes will be awarded
the winners of the five events ht
the horse show division of the
pet, and horse show which the
Canal Zone Society for the Pre Prevention
vention Prevention of Cruelty to Animals spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring on May 8 at the Balboa
Stadium.
Cups, ribbons, and charms will
be given to those who qualify for
the awards. ,,,
persont -Who Wish to enter
their horses lot the events should
contact Yred S., Budeaheim it Po,
flailla 2-2451 who is in chargs of
the horse show division of the pro,
gram. Entries will be received' up
to May 1. A practice testiOn will
be held frotn -6:30 to 7:30 p-m.
at the Balboa u Stadium on that
date. No entries will be accepted
thereafter.

LONDON ItTPI)Jrhe Bohemian
"Chelsea Set" of ,London's upper. Ite prittice will be for jumpers
crust families turned Gut in peg sod musical chair fvents. JumP.
pants, tight sweaters, and long ers should be able to qualify, On
sideburns last night for a- "Teddy Wan jump, gate jump, and throb throbBoy"
Boy" throbBoy" party that drove neighbors bar -jump. If enough enthes are
to. jitiormtlipeersf.our-foot Six-inch and five.
frantic. received there svill be an event
The party was si followup
newspaper criticism of the set's fOot jumpers.
chTarhgeedre forwilierdberactanoteedinterylefreasa
recent party In a London subway
Some newspapers said that if Lon,
don's "Teddy Boys," the city's
poorer class juvenile delinquents, show, Rudesheim will furnish tick
had staged a similar affair most ets ,to all riders. ,- , ',
Former Isthmian
of them would have been jailed.
Police' had to break up the, rib
way party but no one wad ar arrested.
rested. arrested. Edwina-Be' risth
Last n I g h t the sons and y
daughters of titled families as- rt. 11 '. ,'; ,
sembled in the apartment of Tim uges In ailtornia

,
, 'rho practice be for jumpers
and musical chair fvents. JuinP
ers should be able to qualify, on
wall jump, gate jump, and three-,
bar -jump. If enough entries are
received there be an event
for the four-foot aix-inch and five fivefoot
foot fivefoot jumpers.
jumpers.
There win be no entry fee
charged for entrants to the 'horse
show, Rudesheim will furnish tick tickets
ets tickets to all riders. r

Miesegaes and John Parsons,
both bachelors, in -"Teddy BoY" Mrs. Robed S.- BertschY, a form.
attire. Beer' was served. er residefit ho was'will-known
'"Actuilly, old. man, I had 'to on both sides of 'the Isthmus, died
!lave- :my 'tailoron Saville Row yesterday in," San'1,Brancisco,
nit these trousers especially for it has hien learned here., Pu.
the party,"' said one young man. 'mai service,s are to be held Mon.
lie pointed to his. tight-peg. troas- day. '
.
Invitations to!, the party in tbe ,Mrs. Bertschy, ,the former Ed.
ritzy Chelsea area, home grounds '1,vissa Davis, was born in Cuba and
ror the sett, told the 120 gueSts 'lived at Quarry Heights stile her
that knives and bicycle thains7-. father was assigned here with the
Were optionai. Army. She made her home 'on the
Atlantic Side' during the., Years
Tbe girls, -trying, hard to lOok
tight boyish pants ', end tighter
sweaters, 6
Capt, Bertschy served as port cap.
Theil guests danced 'barefoot to They left the Vane, Zone in 1951
the music, of. a five man jazz
band and for blocks a r oun d, ment at Trees Island 'Calif.
ure t
shortly before Bertschy's retire.

I Veather, Or Not'

'This weather report for the 24
hours ending St a. m. today -is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Itydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
, Balboa' Cristobal
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TEMPERATIMR:
-Nigh 97
Low 0,..;,,s '711
aultuorrr
High .. Sa
, Low 411
(max. mph) hTW14
-RAIN (Inches), 0
WATER TEMP:-
owlet harbors) 73

LAKE-ELEVATIONS: ,,,s1
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Madden Dam 123A2

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