The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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s,,f,',,officials ,. ind;', newsmen
owrk:to:.Pier, 16 to meet the
iZonians pressdd ,',:, against
r-ei fence enclosing the piers.
1,.,000 were,waiting outside as
:drove-, by:. in it' white :open :opennvertiblei,
nvertiblei, :opennvertiblei, withred leather
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'1. Sal'1. Tooki 'at :thatr!,, Ilia. Nigh.,
tad -,, remarked to:, Le VI Sal,-,
a be stepped down The gang gangand
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a observers aim the, Pler hap
surprised earlier to sim that
P:cinea. himself, wearing a,
I uniform' wile standing en,
,ridge as the yacht edged Up
41. pier., Though'', Looreore
Harrington ,' wera :there ,to
it- was, Philip who gawp the
,,ongine- and rudder orders
-1.4s-,- Ile apologized : to' the' two
for bringing. her la 'a, little
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t officials', aboard' 'after the
ya y wa a ''. attached Pwern nen nen1
1 nen1 and ''. 'R.,-.'A. Farquarson,
30-tratarjr of tha, British', em,,

tassy.'vith, neva attachi
B. Gower and air Aittache GrouP
CoPt. IA.' Browne. 1,
Shortly afterward,' Gov.
Potter -arrived. He was, followed
'13y.,Levy Secede ', with Foreign
Minister Miguel J.; Moreno.,
AU left after brief ,visits of,wet
'Come except Levy Salcedo who
waited to accompany the Prince to
the Embassy,,
11'his.,afternoon, Philip was 'i, to
meet' a number of Panama' busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen at the Collin Free 'Zone;
At the Breakers Club...Coco So Solo,
lo, Solo, Potter was to, be host at st,late
afternoon reception. ,
2The Prince's next stop :Iv the
Ethernet,

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WASHINGTON' (IIPT)' West
German Defense ,.Minister Arrant
Zolle911 &slum said today :West.
ern AMPS MUlt maintain Iheir
right to fly the Berlin corridor st
any sltitude or Russia tould force
them to take "a submar!ne te
to Berlin,"

AUGUSTA, Ga.," April 20--(UPI) He also 'wilt meet after his return
--President Eisenhower sends the to Washington with Herter before
nomination of Christian 'A. Herter the IleW' secretary departs late In
as Secretary of State to the Senate the week for the .western' foreign
today, confident that his new cab- ministers meeting in pees,' c
inet member' wotdd be approved ,, '
quickly. Shortly after the President re reOver
Over reOver the Weekend, Eisenhower turns to Washington, he was ex:
studied the reaction to his Satur- pected to pay another in a series
'day announcement that Herter of personal visits to Walter Reed
would succeed cancer 4 stricken Army Hospital to visit with the ail.
John roster Dulles. The ., White ing, retiring, Dulles.'
House described Eisenhower as ,
pleased not ,only by the reaction p
from, 4Republicans and.Democrats , ,,,,, ,., ,i, ,, ; ,, s.., ': ,
id Washington,' but particularly bY
the Warm recention given news of sw ,
Itavy launchs- ':
Herter's selection in other free ,, :,
world capitala, s Pol,ris Rocket
q,,,.
public lwaringsen the nimble- : s, ,,,r,, ., 4 ,, '
'den will begin 'Tuesday beforia
the Senate Foreign Relations AI Cape Canaveral.
' sommittee and Herter was en his ,,I, ,
way back te Washington to Pre' CAPE' CANAVERAL, Fin., A Apar
par Apar fer hie ePlog(anea. tatlawl' pril 20 all'I)--The Nall tied
ing a weekend in South Cirelineo, another of its pesky Polaris test
' Isentiqwer, himself, Was expecte
ed tq return to tbe nation's capital rockets today in the sixth ist
tempt to send a forerunner of
the intermediate range Wlistio
,by plane late tomorrow. He has a ore than 150 piles.
1Wednesday Morning meeting with m1418, Ile ul,
the.' RePublinan linuse and Sena" The solid-fuel rocket, shaped
leaders, thus 'ruling -out a pregi like' a bowling pin, bolted from
conference that day, , its small launching stand it
' ''''': ' 10:34 m Lin and arched acrbsti
tni Thursdity' Eisenhower wir the cloudy sky ahead of,J1 huge
Seeuritl column) of white ismoke.;.) '
meet with' the National
Council add the cabinet On Friday; , r ,,
.. ,:1---- I Abont 30 seconds after blast

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tOND611 Britain
newspapers yesterday expressed
little confidence m tho thiliq
President 4:Embower and
Secretary of Statedesignate Citria Citriatian
tian Citriatian Herter to, handle American
foreign voliey without' lobs Totter

ItanrCUOAPE'th2er"oCUPfANitaDAVIIRALpesTilkye PigoalrirlaraislitetAeds;
rockets today in the sixth at.'
tempt to send a forerunner of
the intermediate range WIlistic
missile more than 50 piles.
The, solid-fuel rocket, shaped
a bowling pin, bolted from
its small launching stand it
10:34m cm. and arched aerbs$
the cloudy eky ahead of,J1 huge
columat) of white smolie.,;.)
Aboht 30 secolihs after blast blastoff.
off. blastoff. it atmeared that a frag fragment
ment fragment of the two-stage rocket
brave loose frem ;Abe body of
Ithe vehicle. But the rocket awl awltinued
tinued awltinued in flight, And;
ter Abbut 90 eoteold3.:.
q,""111,,,'et
ikhe'Tolarls. fo46.'
eumbot-readY bv1900. is design designed
ed designed for firing from Submarinea.
r
One of the test-Objective' witit,
to Achieve seiNtration of the,
rocket's two stages la flight.
'rho 'Polarls''prototypete nose
cone Woe supposed to travel well
over 500 miles down the Atlano
tic tracking range. Tour of his
predecessors either blaw.up or
were destroyed' on ground sighl
als. ,
Another performed unsatisfac unsatisfactorily
torily unsatisfactorily and fell into the oces,n)
only 40 miles from the Cape..

,
All the newspapers agreed that Another performed unaatis ac,
neither man his the Witt', of torily and fell into the ocean)
Dulles, only 40 miles from the Caps
Historian' A, J';' P:Taylor, writ-
'mg in Lord Beiverbrook's Sunday No attempt was pialmed
Express asked Eisenhower to re- recover the nose cone,
, v;aoi the :Most tug- g.IPrirnary objectives of the
gestion Put forth by the national- test were to evaluate correlated
ly,tirculated newspapers to tore components of ,the MISSlle under
what jthe Sunday Times tolled the Medillin rand conditions," the
'1Vsshington tragedy." NaVI said. in a statement
, Taylor said the late Prowl, metiately after the firing,
dent ,Pranklis D. Roosevelt
'threw- MAY at 'Yalta the fruits Nik g g
Of eletorY" beeline, he its14161nr- 1;alal Lama Un 111
taRy 111.' He said Eis4ml!ower ,
mt "Peeted A's' Elan'yIllong rto
his own against Mr. KhnIshcheet
(who healthy, exuberant, in-
Former ,Punch magaiine'editot- ,
Malcolm Muggeridge, ilk the Sun- NEW DELIlf (UPI) -- gram
day PletoriaL also suggested' the Dalai Lama' of Tibet was On his
Possibility of an Eisenhower res- way to his Indian exile home in
ignation in favor of "hale and the retort 'city lat maamerie yea
hearty" roe Protident !tic-hard terday a. personal message

Iffered

, New apprenticeships ; in the13
skilled crafts will be offered by
the Pittittrila Canal Co. effective
July 12, .it has been announced
at Balboa, Heights.
Young United States or Pan Panmanian
manian Panmanian citizens who wish to aP aPply
ply aPply for these apprenticeships have
been Urged to apply immediately
as all applications ana credentials
must be turned in by May 1.
Applications tan be obtained at
the Employment and Utilization
Division in Ancon or at the Oen Oentral
tral Oentral Employment Office in Cristp Cristpbal.
bal. Cristpbal. Aspirants. are reminded that
preparation of the transcripts bi
their schools may require a num number
ber number of days, therefore they should
be requested without delay,
The apprenticeships will be
offered for 'the following crafts:
electrician, electronics mocha mochanit,
nit, mochanit, powerhouse operator, cen central
tral central office repairman, cablosplic cablosplicor,
or, cablosplicor, machinist, shipfittor,
maker, shipwright, ,, pipefitte.,
sheetmetal worker, plumber, and
automotive machinist.
Candidates Must be mak United'
States or Panamanian citizens of
good character; who will be at
least 1712 years of age but whil.
will not have reached their 23rd
birthday anniversary ,41 of July
12,1959; who ace high, school gra graduater,,
duater,, graduater,, and who have a reading,
writing ani peaking ,kneuqedge
znglisly
, rzerencovnirrerore-ia, tat&
Iniestesidente, CartaiiTritsceptiOns
as to age requirements may be
mad for;,yeterans pf the Armed
Forcei las the 'Unite States.
The openings will boen both the
Atianticlide and the Pacific side.
Apprenticeship worksites are sub subject
ject subject to change 'at-any time.
Admisaion to the examination
must be, applied for on a special
form accompanied bY a Standard
Form 5i, Application for Federal
Employment, together with the,
aoplicant's high school transcript
eisand Ms college transeript if he is
attending or has attended college,
Individuals selected for admission
to the exaMination will be noti notilied
lied notilied in time to attend.
The examination wilt be held in
Balboa. Details concerning time
and place of examination will be
supplied at lime of notification of
selection for admission.
Furtherinformation may be oh ohtainedi
tainedi ohtainedi from the Employment and
Utilization Division, telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3449 or 3618.,

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,
Malcolm- MuggeridgeT the SIM': NEVI DELII (UPI) -- gram
day Pletorial,, also suggested' the Dalai Lams' of Tibet was On his
Possibility of an Eisenhower mg- way to his Indian exile home in
ignation in favor of "hale and we resort 'city tot mumorie yes
hearty" ylco Pratident Richard terdey with' e. personal message
M. Nixon. of good will from President El ElPresident
President ElPresident Eitennewer senhower, informed sources said.
limPint men 'mho bee leet the The Eisenhower message ex exforeign
foreign exforeign policy'crutch provided bir pressing pleasure that the god-ki,ng
Dulles," Muggeridge taid had reached safety after bis flight
The Sunday Ties called Eisen- from' the Chinese Communists was
hover "a weak President," delivered to the Dalai Lama Sat Sattherw
therw Sattherw is the. Washington urday at Ito boarded his special
tragedy today! Mat '4discase train at Tezpur, the sources said.
Strikes Dultes down at the (At Augusta, Ga., where Presi
moment when his ISOUTSVCO and dent Eisenhower is vacationing,
authority, built ttp over a life- Press Secretary James Ilagerty
time, are needed for the,leader- declined comment, saying that
qhip of bis country as rarely be. without specific authority he 'was
'ore,",,, the Times, salft unable to discuss personal tom tomThe
The tomThe newsPaPer said Herter munications between, Eisenhower
happily,' ii.man whose record In. and heads of,nther governments.)
spires our most hopeful trust", The message ,was laid to be
The London Observer apoke of onto of several from Prominent in inEisenhower's
Eisenhower's inEisenhower's i'apperent incept- ternational personalities delivered
ity for work,' or decision" and in a heavy locked mail bag.
meurned Didles' loss ae theWest Between. Tetpur and Siliburi, in
having "lost a limb.'! ,! West Bengal the 10'41 eircon

,
IIIIANK SLEAZIER.. ; said' 'give them an extra day off,,
,;";' 4- on ,tbe, preceding Friday, ,wheit,
WASHINGTON (DPI) Reg 'ever 011 ,, happens'. :And that is
Tom Murrar nein.) looked at why' en Friday,, lVfay 29,'and Frt.,
his calendar, and discovered 'that day, ',July,' we,'' could find. our
Memorial ,Day, May .30, 'falls this post offices closed,'" ''
vest on a aturdaye, So, doe...the More they'll' open'
Fourth, of r itgene 4. Lyons; the to tone
ne tone "figured', ale ',, cult' 'latent, postmaster general, ,, slid
'trick on government workers' who on past experience. im didn't 'think
late off SaturdaYs, aniwaY, end we, would stand for shutting them
whe therefore' wilrroiss -out ,on down. But be told the committm
1 two of the eight. special holidays that if Murray's extra holiday bill
which. tvi tt provide them h becomes Is keeping them, open
; will'', coat 33,000,000 on eaCh of
So Murray, ), ChairMan of the those days.
iouse ?lost Office CommittrAi,. ,With 'the ,budget alreadyf
Lput a to relieve '401th Ile owed; Lyons aid lit didn't

a Me Moine

ditioned trainAbat la taking the
Dalai Lama on his four-day trip
to the Mussoorie, 140 miles out outside.
side. outside. New Delhi, was forced to
stop several times as thousands
of Buddhists streamed down from
the high Himalayas to pay tribute
to him.
The Dalai' Lama, revered by
Tibetan and some other Buddhists
as the living incarnation of Budd Buddha,'
ha,' Buddha,' was greeted by cries of "vic "victory
tory "victory to the Lama' 'and'
'down with Red imperialism."
corresPondent A,' X, Das,
who accompanied the party, said
that at the small foothills town
of Si Hurl the Dalai Lama smiled
warmly! its, he stepped.' from his
special set ht the railway, dation
and gave silent. blessings to his
followers.
Robed monks, blew 'horns and
banged gongs. 'Thousands of per.
sons flung white ceremonial
scarvea into the, air.
,

13, know where he 'could scratch
up that ldnd of money. Rep. Aug August
ust August E. Johansen f(RMicb.) said
wouldn't it havejo be borrowed?
And wasn't thisbad
Lyons said' it, would,. and it twits.
Rep. Sohn' R.t, Foley (D ,Md,)
agreed we might have to go b
the bank JO tete dough, but Said
this wasn't necessarily damning.
Ite said we're already so far in
the red that the regulsr pay of
our post office workers comes out
of money that's borrowed.
, "So' this is nortnal," he aretieri.
' Murray noted that it's already
government policy that when a
holiday falls ea a liundan'every.

irrest Sou

The launch Nola which the Panamanian authorities
have been pursuing in Panama Bay since $aturday slipped
into the Balboa yacht club anchorage almost unnoticed
before dawn today.'

ed early Sunday' that the Nola,
under the orders of Arias, helped
raise a quantity of arms front a
sunken vessel Thursday in the Vi Vicinity
cinity Vicinity of Chame Point.
, yesterday the spokseman an anliounced
liounced anliounced that the Nola 'was being
pursued by -sea and air In the vi vieinity
einity vieinity of the Pearl Islands. :
Distriet attorney -,Francisco Al Alvirade
virade Alvirade last night issued a warrant
for the, arrest of:Arias elt charger
,of reroPlicify in tget fortan anty,
, The former ambassadorl Where Where'bouts'
'bouts' Where'bouts' remain, unknown. Authorl4
ties are apparently ,convinced he
did net cotne shore with hir wit&
Under' questioning from 'Alvara 'Alvarado
do 'Alvarado crewmen of the shrimP boat'
Mary Ann which was also present
at the time of the alleged arms-re4
floating incident, have allegedly
testified that at thattime Dr. Arias
made remarks concerning a pro proposal
posal proposal to attack a National Guard
post at Chorrera.
The Mary Ann crewmen were ar arrested
rested arrested Saturday night, and are un understood
derstood understood to be still in jail,
Government sPoketmen also
announced the find of an arms
cache in the attic of the subur suburban
ban suburban home of Anibal Illueca, a
consulting attorney of the Min Ministry
istry Ministry of Public Works.
Dlueca, whose home is locat located
ed located in San Francisco de la Ca Caleta,
leta, Caleta, was placed under arrest.
Police described the weapons
found in his home as 15 semi semiautomatic
automatic semiautomatic rifles and six pistols
in addition to a large quantity
of ammunition of different cal calibers.
ibers. calibers. In addition to the arrest or order
der order for Arias, the National
Guard reportedly also has or orders
ders orders to pick up newspaper edit editor
or editor Manuel Marla Valdes and
several other opposition news

aerore aawn today.;
According to a Panamanian government spokesman,
the captain of the Nola has said that one WOMISII was the,'
,
only person aboard beside himself when' he ieached Ba
boa.
,
World-famed ballerina Margot Fonteyn wat.the only,
woman on board when the Nola sailed from galboa'Tues,
day' night:She and her husband, Dr. Roberto' ormer
Panamanian Ambassador to 'London, sailed 'the ola
on a fishing trip. in Pananui Bay; ,
A government spokesman glee men. Opposition'. 'leader'. Oscai
ed early Sunday' that the Nola, Navarro was arrested' early tog
under the orders of Arias, helped day at hitt hotto oh' 50th' red,
raise a quantity of arms from a informed sources' said !, the
sunken vessel Thursday in the Vi- Guard Was tondutted
cinity of Chame Point. wide-scale aearch" gor, additional
yesterday the spokseman an- arms caches, tdty but ,ho'lleat
nounced that the Nola was being finds had been, reported..
pursued by -sea and air in the vi- Under arrest for -.several ,daa
chitty of the Pearl Islands. how are former mayor' Miguel i
Pistritt attorner"Trancisco' Al- A. Ordofies, Norberto Zurita,,,pa4,
virad0 last night issued a ytarrent bin Canyon toitbrAdnr,,
for the, arrest, orArlas, tot thittes. Ceahrtot,4'reJ DatticL4Ithad;-,
,efibtremvoilititliciptyll.!11,,,t,1 rah. 17. finsornd oteharolit4t,:,trr,
, No. 4,2 desoribodeas merely precaution precaution,
, precaution, the iohner ambassador!'" vinare. e
'bouts' remain, unknown. Authorl-f Erto-ur , t

Fla. Police Chief
Slain By Enraged
Sister-In-Law

TREASURE ISLAND, Fla.
(UPI) Treasure Island police
Capt. Hubert Bunch was shot and
killed by a vacationing sister-inlaw
yesterday during what police
said was a family argument.
Authorities at the small island
community one-half mile off St.
Petersburg in the Gulf of Mexico
said Bunch, 3, was killed by
Marion Cook, 29, after he alleged
struck her twice.
Miss cook had admitted the
shooting. police said.
The shooting took place after
Miss Cook became involved in an
argument between Bunch and his
wife, Ruth, according to police.

body gets, off on the following
Monday. Lyons said there's a dd.
ference. He said the Monday off
policy was adopted because Sun Sunda,
da, Sunda, being' a'religious day, is not
suited to the kind of celebrations
we like t put on, say, on the
Fourth of Alb
Murray said he Was just trying
to'do for the government's yak.
ers what 'many private employ.
ers do dor theirs. Phillip Hughes,
the assistant budget director, ret,
plied that he couldn't see that our
help was Suffering much. AnywaY
he said we tanV afford to ,tio
what Murray' proposed.
Hughes said the post office isn't

ymipgton -Lauds

1 ruman ureer
At Dedication

vo,mon,a,.,,..

the only govertunent agency that
can't just shut its doors anytime
and go home. He said extra pay
to keep essential things going will .4
cost us overall million dollars
each extra holiday Friday... 4,,
He said his calendar shows that '4
over the next 40 years there will
be 35 holidays falling on Saturda7,
He said that brings the total
for Murray's proposal to 210
lion dollars:, 0 ,, 0 4 ''
Except for lohansen, nobody
seemed to think this was so. -t,44
ful,,Murray said afterwards ke
sin the bill wig be passe&

LAMAR; Mo. (UPI) HarrY
S. Truman heard himself describ- ,441'
ed at his brithplace dedication
yesterday aa a man who would t'
have been worthy- of note. even
if he had never been president '-,
because 'his lifel,and charasol.
have been a mirror of America.,
The speaker in front of the-tint
white frame cottage, where Trts.
man was born at 4 p. m. Moy t
1884, was Sen. Stuart Symington,
Missouri 'Democrat considered
likely 19(4 presidential candidate,.
Symington traced Truman's
life from its beginning 'In :;
small cottage to his' first job al t
a timekeeper at. $3 a week as a
farmer who nlowed a straight ftir4 '17
row, as a soldier in Wwrld War
and as president.
Despite murky skies and 51-
degree weather, this southwest
Missouri town of 4,000 population
was crowded with thousands of it
visitors for the ceremonlei miler f,
ine the house a public shrine.
Trutnan and his wife, tesk
motored the 125 miles from In Independenc
dependenc Independenc with a highway patrol"
escort. It was the first time 'Fru. ,,,
man had visited his birthplace
since he received official notifica.
tion here of his nominaton at ;0
vce president on the Democrate
ticket with the late Franklin 1:1;
Roosvelt.
Walter Reuther, president of,
the United Automobile Workers,
was scheduled to nresent ths cot-
tage's deed to Gov, James T.,
Blair Jr., but was unable to at. 4
tend because of a throat infec.. ;
tion. Leonard Woodcock, UAW
vice president, 'appeared for
Reuther.
The union puichased the prop-
erty two years ago and tenovated ,4;
it for presentation to the state.
It was refurnished with furniture t
nf the earlier period. t

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igu tette, deet'ittrimestient if dowel- OPP'S, the
mint 40. teeters ere esiblished is the erdes received.
, :Menefee is tom the letters limitsi le este MS
identity el letter writers b held le strictest confidence.
sewspaper Ingot ft O. responsibility let statements et finless
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- If Disgusted's Mail Box, April 15) appearance reflects the
seine bad taste with which she writes, no avonder she attracts tm tmcomplimentary
complimentary tmcomplimentary remarks on the street. A lady has a certain bear bearing
ing bearing which protects her from such undesirable attentions whether she
be in Pantma, San Francisco, New York,. or ,even the Canal Zone.
What can her trouble be? Custom, perhaps? Breeding, perhaps?
Probably a bit of each. It would pay her to investigate.
Panama is small and has many troubles. She also has people
wh know what makes a country great, and they are doing their
best against tremendous odds.
I sincerely believe that if every North American let his mind
run in the iame direction as hers our country would not be great at
all. Yes, I am an American, and I am ashamed of her as a fellow
citizen because she must be Ignorant, narrow-minded and hateful.
Her type is not k credit to the United States. The only interest she
has in Panama is what she can get out of her. Has she made half a
tr to learn the language or the history of Panama? Let her ask
herself honestly why she came here, and try to find out a little about
Panama before condemning it so completely. She should try putting
herself in the other fellow'm place.
Know what? God put these people down here just as He put her
wherever she was born, and I've a notion He. loves them just as
much as He loves her. Understand?
Alm Disgusted
BETWEEN THE LINES
Sir:
The recent letter about the College Club scholarshins wai so ob obviously
viously obviously written through Ignorance of the trt conditions that it
seems absurd to dignify it by an -answer.
Anyone who cares 'to investigate the matter would soon learn
that there are definite rules and regulations that must be, observed
In awarding the scholarshins. For instance. they are given illy to
Junior Collepe girls who are gradestes of Balboa High Selmol. who
have maintained an avereet of "R" or better and who have also
Perticinated actively in college activities.
For that reason. there.are candlitates sometime who have high
scholastic averarem but who do net otherwise Qualify. In every sin single
gle single case, the decision of the committee has been based on the (Mali (Malifications
fications (Malifications of the candidate and not on who the parents may or May
not be.
It's too bad tliat the.writers of these letters do not spend more
time investigating the tiale. situation before they sound off in nub nublie.
lie. nublie. A list of the acholarahip winners over the years would convince
the most skenticai,that deserving candidates' have been chosen. I
know. for I have, been a member of the College Club for 15 years
and have always followed closely the scholarshin awards.
It is often easv to read between the lines of the letters sent to
the Mailbox. In this case. I think it would be safe to say that-the
writer la the starent of a high school. student who was not elected to
the honor soietv and who Is therefore disgruntled when honors are
earned by -any other stodems.
It would be better. for such parents to investigate the reasona
Why their offsoring did not make the grade. A ba(I attitude toward
school rules. as well at an-insoleetmanner toward the teachers. is
often the underlying cause; and the 'type of parent who would write
se'venomous letter about College Club acholarships could wen
have. that kind of a child,
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,HORSE PLAY
I am worried about the writer in a leaflet entitled "Horseplay."
The wire guy wrote the story about a black horse. Horsenlay. This
is no laughing matter. because he tries to pin down the black horse
mote than telling the story on the Horseplay.
4 am sure Mr. Wise knows his aim in trying to show up this poor
black horse, but he wouldn't be too sure if he knew about the story
on the horseplay that really caused the accident.
This is Panama and we have as many black horses and equally
enough white horses to get some real horseplay out of. I know a
few about some white horses, would you like to hear about them?
Mr. Slackhorso

TEACHIHO METHODS

I ISPIUMMIP IMM IWIa
' When narents In Canada complain that their children cannot
mid print at first sight and can only recite from the school readers
tbey are told "The sight method of teaching reading, with inciden incidental
tal incidental phonics, Is used all over the ivorld."
a, Many of us here are curious to know whether parents and
teachers Panama ire as dissatisfied with the results of these
method! as we am In Canada, and we hope that those interested in
the problem will write to:
Mrs. M. Johnsen,
387 Linwood St.,
Winnipeg 12.
Man., Caanda.
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lice To Be Asked To Appoint Team
To Decide On School integration

TAMPA, Fla. (UPi) The
Florida NAACP said yesterday it
would ask President Eisenhower
to name a commiLlee to chect
on the legality of anti-Integration
bills proposed by the legislatures
; Di Florida and other southern
states.
The stateniget was issued lot lot'
' lot' lowing a day-long meeting of
some 20 Florida NAACP leaders
eitit Clarence Mitchell. director
of the NAACP's Washington bu
The Florida conference ot
NAACP branches said "we will
till upon the president to appoint
, a special committee to prepare a
report on the activities f the
state legislatures on matters of
, school integration."
NAACP, officials said they would
' take the report of any such com committee
mittee committee and present it to the var.
ious congressional committees
dealing with civil rights legisia legisia!,
!, legisia!, tion.
, The meeting came after two
snti-integration bills were intro.
&Iced in the Florida legislature
tbe parent option plan to pro
vide private school tuition, and
: the more drasfic "last resort"
plan which would close all public
schools if a single classroom were
integrated.
- Mitchell warned the delegates
from local branches that those who
!, propose "token integration" are
more dangerous to the NAACP's

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cause than those who propose total
segregation at all costs.
'Some segregationists are too
dumb to 'see what is happening,"
be said, 'but the wise men is the
segregation camps know that their
best defense is token desegregation."

"They also know that if they
grant a small amount of compli compliance
ance compliance with tbe law, they will be in
a better position to enlist sym sympathy
pathy sympathy in the north. This is why
token comeliance is dangerous
and in tbe long run more effective
in delaying justice."
Gov. Leroy Collins and Atty.
Gen. Richard Ervin have gone on
record as favoring token integra integration
tion integration under Florida's ounil aasign aasignment
ment aasignment law as the best defense
against all-out integration. And
the Dade County school board has
vofed to integrate the rares in one
elementary school next fall.

ANIMALS PERIL DRIVERS
NEW YORK (UPI) Animals
caused more accidents in the
New York State Thruway than
any other single cause. State po police
lice police traffic supervisor Cant. Rob Robert
ert Robert V. Annett told a safety meet meeting
ing meeting yesterdsv that 848 accidents
were caused by deer running
across', the road skid 205 by dogs.

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Comnients

By VICTOR .R11111;14
ST. LOUIS ; Suddenly, lout
of the -rarest political air, the
noise of a William-a Dttugles-for
President boom ia beginmng to
re-echo Jaff the booms of all the
gathers.
Of course, it's been ,"inside"
folkore ever since Tratddin Delano
Roosevelt dispatched word to that
Democratic convention that, Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justice Duoglas would
be just as acceptable as that Se Senator
nator Senator from Missouri,. Harry Tru-,
man, if they could "clear it with
Sidney."' They say that Bill Dou Douglas
glas Douglas didn't want it in '44,, though
the late Mr. Hillman, speakiag tor
the labor, people would have
"cleared"
Nor did justice Douglas want it
in '48. I was Aity one end of the
conversation in Philadelphia that
year when'the waiting Democrats
received notice over the long dis distance
tance distance wire that Douglas would not
buck Harry Truman for the pre presidential
sidential presidential nomination. It was a hot
night and hectic, but my memory
has it that a former CIO official
by the name of Monroe Sweetland,
now of Oregon, got the message
porsonally.
Then they all trooped 'down to
the convention auditorium and
unhappily took Harry Truman
so unhappily that some of the
labor and New Deal crowd actual actually
ly actually had let one Gen. Dwight Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower know that he could have
the Democratic nomination. In
passing, let me report that the
balloon was sent up by Mr. Hill Hillman's
man's Hillman's own union, the Amalgamat Amalgamated
ed Amalgamated Clothing Worker., hack in '47
at its Atlantic City convention.
That '48 Denfocratic c,onven c,onvention
tion c,onvention was the only one which real really
ly really didn't Flear it with the labor
pen. The political fact of life
now, however, is that the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats win not consider naming
any man without first consult consulting
ing consulting the labor leaders. The union
chiefs do not have the power to
nominate, but they can veto.
Taking this as ,elemental truth,
I checked with labor people all
alosg the lino form New York to
Washington and on to St. Louis
when the Stuart Symington-forPresident
draft was touched off
this past week. It was while in inquiring
quiring inquiring about Symington that I
ran into the still untriggered,
Douglas talk in the highest, most
responsible of circles.
It happened this way.
I found that the labor politicos
hand nothing against Sen. Syming Symington.
ton. Symington. Nor did they feel any senti senti'tient
'tient senti'tient for him. Their attitude is
that he has no real active record
of fighting for the things they
want on the home front. Mainly,
he has devoted himself to milita military
ry military matters, air power and foreign
affairs. If in other candidates are
deadlocked at the convention, la labor
bor labor will take him. One wag can caned
ed caned Symington "the Missouri com compromise.'
promise.' compromise.' Who,. then, are the Democrats
closest to the labor people? In no
t particular order, the inner soot soottum
tum soottum consensus names Hubert
Humphrey, John Kennedy, New
Jersey's Gov. Robert Meyner, Ad Adlai
lai Adlai Stevenson, Lyndon Johnson
aid Supreme Court Justice Wil William
liam William O. Douglas.
Walter Reuther has pledged
himself to Hubert Humphrey, but
no one really takns Humphrey's
candidacy seriously, despite the
series of fund-raising meetings the
Minnesota Senaotr has been hold holding
ing holding around th ecountry' with la labor
bor labor and business people. Gov.
Meyner has antagonized many in influential
fluential influential old, AFL leaders in his
home state.
As for Stevenson, most of labor
simply believes he can't win
and the oldline AFL leaders never
could work up any enthusiasm for
his rather aloof intelledual, ap approach.
proach. approach. Many of the northern la labor
bor labor chiefs like Lyndon Johnson,
, but will not go for a southerner
atop the ticket.
This leaven John Kennedy. For
him there is -the greatest affec affection
tion affection and respect. But the belief is
that for all the reasons you might
expect, a bloc is organizing to
stop him and shove the fighting
Senator into second place.
The question then is, who? The
I answer in surprising number of
high places is Supreme Court Jim
tice Douglas especially if it ap appears
pears appears that Richard Nixon and
! Nelson Rockefeller will deadlock
each other in the Republican
soiree and that the delegates will
turn to the man the GOP once
considered seriously Chief Jus Jusr
r Jusr tice Earl Warren.
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Celebs, About Town: Marilyn
Monroe, invarialby tardy for her
own premieres, arriving on the
button for her portraits for Life.
Jayne Meadows, star of "Ga "Gazebo,'
zebo,' "Gazebo,' who looks like the All-American
Girl. She was born in
Wuchang, China, where her fath father
er father was a missionary. .B etty
Field, of 'Touch of the Poet,'
,Fifth Avenue window-shopping.
.Cantinflas (Mexico's top- com comic,)
ic,) comic,) Lucille Ball and Kathryn
Grayson among the ringsiders at
'Betty Grable's Latin Q. frolic.
Masters tournament star Art
Wall digging Eddie Condo n's
Jaz. Bergen, rushing
down 3th Avenue between her
starring 'stints on "To Tell the
Truth and "First Impression"
Ethel Merman in the wings a.t
the "Gypsy' run-throughpusting
the youngsters on ostige for !an !another
other !another bow. :mg stunning ,Kyle
Mattoonnell astonishing 'Ihe EL
Moroccans by ,cha-chaing with
her shoes, on.
, Sallies In Our Alley: At the
Golden Fiddle a group was still
gabbing 'about the mne Oscars
won by It was written by
the "My Fair Lady" authors.
'The Oscar,' someone note d,
"will mean another million dol dollars
lars dollars at the ox-office"., ."God ."God'less,'
'less,' ."God'less,' quipped another, "Where
will they put It?". .The wags
say the reason the Academy A Awards
wards Awards show was 20 minutes short
is that Tony Curtis was allowed
30 minutes to comb his hair, but
used only 3.

.aa.d.osA
Midtown Vignette: None of the
newspaper stories explained why
lovely model Venita Radcliffe
flew almost 3000 miles from Los
Angeles to take her life at a Park
Ave. hotel in N. Y. Intimates
reveal it was at this place that
New Yorker Dick Brown (Eva
Gabor's friend) took Venita for
a drink on their first date thjpee
years ago.
-
Memos, of a Midnighter: Wil William
liam William Saroyan's ex wife, Carol
Grace, has flown to Florida.
Chums suspect she will become
Mrs. Walter Matthau there.

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his -beautiful actress wife Pat
Stanley had it done very pianis pianissimo.
simo. pianissimo. .Debra Paget is' consol consoling
ing consoling Hal Hayes since- Zsa-Zsa Ga Gabor
bor Gabor took him off the front pages.
.New Yorker mag star J. ligh lighting
ting lighting and Jean 'Stafford, a short shortstory
story shortstory author, put their bylines,
on' a marriage' tertificate.
Morgan will feature a medley ("-
Mack Gordon songs in her new
Plaza act April 27. ...Peggy, Lee's
dinner date at Zucca's was Dick
Lewis of Life mag. Her abroga abrogation
tion abrogation from Dewey Martin: is al almost
most almost final. .The big hit, "Good "Goodbye,
bye, "Goodbye, Jimmy Goodbye,' is the
child of an old Italian song Call Called
ed Called "Vieni, Sul Mar' ("Come to
the Sea") which Caruso record recorded
ed recorded for Victor in 1919.
,P.,111
Broadway Sketeh: Nacy Malone,
who walked out of the Eugene
'0Neill hit "Touch of the Poet'
because she wanted, 504 ,a week,
(they Were& WO) tells chums,
vehy, she quit., She said ,she.
felt the producers didn't appre appreciate
ciate appreciate what -she had gone through.
That she went on for 104 Stan Stanley
ley Stanley about 20 times sometimes
with only 5 ,minutes notice.
Ofice she hkd to replace Miss
Stanley after thi first act. .The
role 'is one of the most strenuous
ever assigned an actress. Off Offstage
stage Offstage only a few minutes during
the entire play. .Fortunately,
Miss Malone can afford. to snap
her fingers at the $450 per.
Makes more than that on Ty ev every
ery every week.
,
Stage Door: Songwriter Gladys
Shelley has had scads of her
songs published, including 25 ver versions
sions versions of her top click, "How Did
He Look?" She still had ,to sub submit
mit submit samples-,before getting the
composer job for the upcoming
musical,' "Jo'. Starlets, ac actors
tors actors and extras in New- York can
relax. 'rhere will be three H'.
wood film made here by May I.
"Mark Twain TonIght," the
Hal Holbrook one-nian show, is
a big hit. The reviewers gushed
over it. ,TV's Shari Lewis a adopted
dopted adopted a 2-year-old Greek orphan
viti the Forter Parent& Wan.
After waiting in the. wings six.
months for Ruth Roman to catch
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-inally played the role in the CM CMcago
cago CMcago troupe of "Seesaw" and ve very
ry very good, too, we hear. Norma
douglas got an Invite, tO return.
on the Jimmy Dean ,CBS Shov4
Shirlee Lewis, H'wood actress,
opened a smart shop at S h e
man Oaks, Cal. Calls it "Witch,
craft." (Wicked women's wear). ',,
Betty Grable doesn't 'own her
night club act. The Desert Ink
(Vegas) put up the coin for s its
special material, costumes; ar arrangements,
rangements, arrangements, staging, etc. Betty
just, gets a mere salary like the
rest of us.
Behind The Scenes; George
Axelrod, author of "Seven Year
Itch' and 'Will Success Spoil
Rock Hunter?' astonished Rod Roderick
erick Roderick Mann, British columnist,
visiting here. ."I need $250,000
a year to live" Axehod com complained,
plained, complained, "I must' have it. I only
write to,earn money. I'm not in in1erested'in
1erested'in in1erested'in being reitembered aftI-
'die'. .Mann.lold him it' was
refrealing stitement, Consider Considering
ing Considering soMe quotes from other young
playwrights., .I'Don't e sur surprised
prised surprised about those so-called an angry
gry angry young men," Axelrod said.
"Success corrupts deliciously. I
can tell you that ,the last time I
saw your John Osborne, he was
beside the pool of the Beverly
Hills Hotel having suntan lotion
rubbed on him by beautiful
companion. I never saw anyone
look less angry.'

Las Vegat Ticker: Eddie Fish Fisher
er Fisher and the Tropicana Hotel mu mutually
tually mutually cancelled the long time
contract. Fisher signed with the
Desert Inn for future dates.
Ray Bolger, at the Riviera, was
the' first star to get' $20,000 per
week (in Vegas in '53.
don ,MacRae and his lavely -wife
Sheila Stevens confirmed -the
rave reports they got at the Wal Waldorf.
dorf. Waldorf. Jackie Miles (on the same
Desert Inn bill) was his amusing
best, evenn with the state:
came down to Miami for the Win Winter
ter Winter and I found it". .Peggy,Die .Peggy,Dietriek
triek .Peggy,Dietriek (with Toni and .H1 r
Wham) is the delight of the Sit.
ver Slipper lounge, .Joe E. Lewl
is is his familiar riot at El. Ran Rancho.
cho. Rancho. Ile telegraohs: "There's no
truth to the talk 'that gangsters
are oushinq Van Cliburn's rec records".
ords". records". .The major event,. of
course, is Sinatra's return to the
Sands. .Frances Faye (with' a
brbken bacit) belts her piano and
songs at the New Frontier. .The
Trop,,which used to pay $200 per
week to shbw-girls, -'now pays
MS. '

The Orchid Tree: Betty Mit.
ton's first album. "At the Saints
and Sinners Ball". Mine)
Cole's new, lulu. ."You 'Made Me
Love You'. The hotted night
ozdu dallging chorus MI toWn at
theinternat,onal. Rod
era' new Platter. tecause You
are Young". .Robert Stet les
natural playing in Desilu's "The
Untouehables' for ,Westinghouset.
CRS the next two Monday, eves.
The. vlow CanOne W
trapped; .Tho upcornint score
from "Thep NervOus Sat.!, an fn.
timate, musical' about Cl'wlelf Vil.
lave's kin. crowd. Pottle: the bat.
lad:, "Spring Can "IteellY gang
You 'Up the Most,'"'
Sounds in the Night:' At the
Raintreet l'ifellewood iturerfun.
ev about marristes. Anna Marla
Alherahetti ean't)get her mottO
er's rerminsion, ,httr;,Edello
or- gots tAt Bob
pt,,00: Ave call mv ,new -movie
'Alias ;Jesse gsmoe' v'sn adult
western beenue it hail Men 11'1",
lines than horses'.
dv's: "'poor Christint 'ilorgenson.
che's'Yontne' throuth More ,.,trot.t.
He to become a wife than 4. she
did to 'hecoma awomon"'.
Reuben's:- .ur thawt the' Acada Acadamy
my Acadamy Awards Show ?was greet. Did Didla
la Didla eve, -sae so many bitcmitmes
in VI ,'"Yesh', at El MOE,
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vtIVASHINGTON As Fidel Castro,-revolutionary
leader IA Cuba.
arrived in Washmkton, ene pi his
fellow revolutionaries wa's on
hand to Meet him. Rafael del Pi Pine,
ne, Pine, who journeyed to Bogota with
Castro allegedly Incite'', the
famed student "massacre," yes
on the unofficial America!' re.
ception committee his- old
friend -;"P
This time, however.,7the ',two
Young revolutionaries were on
the opposite sides of the fence.,
RafaeL del Pino is now bitterly
anti-Castra and helped arrange
for pickets to come from ,New
York with placards reading "Cas "Castro
tro "Castro go home." also hired
airplane and personally dropped
anti-Castro leaftlets over Havana
telling Castro to hick out Ms
brother- Raul and the Argentine
pro-Communist Guevara.
"We bad 10,000 pamphlets," del
Pino said. "At first I thought we
had too much. But'when I law
them dropping through the ;air
tbey didn't look like too much.
The story of the early revolt'.
tionary exploits of these two
young men throws light on the
still uncertain question what
makes Castro tick? It also tells
for the 'first time the Inside sto story
ry story of the Bogota massacre which
killed SOO bystanders just as Sec,
letary -of State George, Marshall
was trying to weld inter-Amerieau
harmony at the Pan Amerio
can 'Conference itt Bogota.
"Fidel Castro was my closest
'Mend," says Rafael del Pin. "I
lived, with him, ate with Mm, We
were in the University of Hava Havana
na Havana together and in Mexico togeth..

, "Earlier we were together when
Senator Molinari ',of Argentina
came to Havana to attend a la labor
bor labor conference 'and talked to
some of us about going to Bogo Bogota'
ta' Bogota' to,organize' I stildentdriye a aeahtet
eahtet aeahtet the European colonies in
Latin America.
'BROKE IN PANAMA
"The Argentines figured that if
they could arouse sentiment t
gainst British Honduras. and Brit.'
lab Guiana, then they could kick
the British, out of the 131111d$ a around
round around the Antarctic,. which Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina wants.
"So Fidel and I took the motl motley
ey motley sent by Peron and- went ro
Boota."
On the ay they stoonedin Pa.
name, where Castro fell in love
with 'a Peruvian night club danc dancer.
er. dancer. Every night he kept hoping
she- might reciprocate, his affec affectioN"
tioN" affectioN" and every ,qiight,, the two
young 'then spent more money in
the night club. Finally, with only
$2 'left, they went on lb 'Bogota.,
There lhey asked a taxi drivere
"Say, buddy, do you know a ho hotel
tel hotel where we don't have to pay
until the. end of the week and
the taxi dHver directed them
to the Hotel .Claridge ,,The
night they h4d steak and a big
bottle of wine. 'At the end of Ahe
week they still needed money, so
they tossed a coin to see who
wouid cash in', his return trip
airplane -ticket to pay the hotel
1111.,Castr lost.
"We' never did nay the lecond
week's" hotel bill." recalls dot Pi

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They et. so,faxquis". :
Each Movado Is a tiny wori
of art which.worn an your wrist.
Intensifies your gestures giving them
added 'lustre and life.

They ere so seturetc
You. who'live Is the age Of teen-Medi
satellites, field ne reminder Ahat :
'precision jcincilspensabli ieryour
podenfwaT of life. In this respect,
too, Movad0 fills the till for,
'at the lastotticiat tompettlnpf thl
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Colombia announcing over the
dio- that Fidel .Cassro and Rafaer.---
dt1 Pino were responsible for: ,'
the riots end we-Arove immedi;
ately to the Cuban Embassy .with:
,,nit our baggagei-. They gave Jus
asylum." - :
He explained that they had
stormed a Colonibian police stat:'
tion armed .only with machetes
and knives;-lio' ,gunir." The po,--
hut threw up ;their hasid47..surz
rendered their weapons,, an the :
aiudents used machine guns to,:
mow down people, in the streets. 4
'''' "COMB BACK RAFAIL"..
Del Pino pnally brokewith .4
tro -in Mexico. At that time, Al.;
berto del Bayo, former', Spanish
Loyalist, had singed a contract
to train ,16 of Castro's ymmgsters
for, POO a .month. , :4
"Del. Bayo talked a lot hut
didn't do much training,.
no said. -"Finally the Mexicana 7
put 'Fidel In Sail for plotting as
gainst 4 ,the Cuban I government,
and Bayo wrote a letter,. th ,Ahe
Mexican' police offering. 'to take
Castro's place. 'Put me. in.
he said, 'but release Castro.'
"That made Fidel. very angry.,,..;;
He wanted to get the credit for go-A
ing to jail himself. 'Don't bring
tbat guy over here,' he, said 'or
kill him."
"Why did you finally break'
with Castro?" I asked, t
"Because I could see' they;',:'
were 'going Communist. Tiler tr -.
were too many arotmd. They,'",
weren't all Communists, but they- --
were friendly to them. When
told them that, they tried to kill
me. They took me out ', tht0
mountains about 500 miles..-from
Mexico City, but I escaped.
walked. sit thn way to the Amer-,1
ican ,border. Then I phoned ,.Ces4'.1r
trol and told him what I thought -Nr,
of him.
:
'He said, 'Come back 'Rafael', A
I love you. You must...trust me.1
"Later he called me I again in
Miami and said, 'Come back RIP -.7,1:
fael, we need you.'
,

'But I im not soing back
cept to fly over Havana and,drop
leaflets.'
Rafael told mp that Castro re
ceived about $80.000 from ex.
President Prios, of Cuba ,to
napes big early revolution. And
about $20,000 from Venizuela:":.
This wam before be returned to
Oriente Province.
"But after Herbert Mathews Mathewswrotat
wrotat Mathewswrotat his articles about Castro
in The New York Times." (lel P1:-"'
no said. "the money really bem,:,:-
gan to flow,iff."
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ka .tells About tr.ladyt conatituent,
who Teturnwl two damaged hoolt!
to the nublic library. exnlaini
they had been chewed hv
doit. Subaeouently she receivott .,';'
bill for $1 from the library with':
the notation.."Fnr rehindlor hooks
'Trainine You To Train. Yon
Tkoot' and 'Companion Dog Train.' ''
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w : revolutionaries .: wa's .- on the riots, and we-Arove immedi- ..;.;
I-to Meet him. Rafael del Pi- ately to tho Cuban Embassy ,with-,:, -,
who journeyed to Bogota with int our baggagei: Ihey gave !us 1.
ro allegedly ',Jo incite-,the asylum." ",' ', ' :
ed student "massacre." ,was He explained thit they, had .',
the i unofficial Americsi, re- stormed a Coloniblan pollee stat':'
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id leitiel,'--,;--n;"' -,---'44---P---""' and knives,:ntnon -Inc"' The .'npo-,,-"-
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kg : revolutionaries were on rendered their weapons,. an the :
opposite sides of the fence., indents used machine guns ; to,:
ifael. del Pino is now bitterlY mow down people, in the streets. 4.
Castro, and helped ., arrange , ., n ,,, ., t
pickets' to come from Jim "COMI BACK RAPAIL".
t with placards readineCas- .:, ,' ,., n; ..:
go home." Hi also hired an Del Pino finally brokcwith Cas ,-,
lane and personally- dropped tro -in Mexico. At that time; Al. ;
Castro leaftlets over Havana berto del Bayo, former', Spanish ,,,
ng- Castro to hick out Ms Loyalist, had singed a contract
her- Raul and.' the -Argentine to train I6 of Castro's youngste-rs b
Conimunist ,Guevara. for, POO a month. ., ,. : 4
Ve had 10,000 pamphlets," del "Del. Bayo talked a 'lot - but ,...
) said. "At first I thought we didn't do much training,.., del-Pi- 4...,
too much.- But'when I saw no said..-"Finally the Meltielkni 7
a dropping through the ,,air put:11de! In Sail for plotting st.i
' didn't look like t,00 much.' gainst ',the Cuban -, government,
te story of the early revolu- and Bayo wrote a letter, .t6 ,,the
ary exploits of these two Mexican' police offering. to take
tg men throws light On the Castro's place. 'Put me. in jail, ,-
uncertaht- question what, he said, 'but release Castr0.1, ., '''..,'
:es Castro tick? It also tells
the 'first time the Inside sto, "That made Fidel:very angry.,,;;;
if the Bogota massacre which He wanted to get the credit for go-1
Id SOO bystanders just as Sec, ing to jail himself. 'Don't bring
ry -of State George, Marshall tbat guy over here,s, heisaid,.. 'or ,-r
trying to weld inter-Ameri- I'll kill him." ,,'''. ril
harmony at, the Pan Ameri "Why did you finally break'
'Conference itt Bogota. with Castro?" I asked,
t s
ridel Castro' was my, closest :
ad," says Rafael del Pima. ill "Because I could see' theI.:'"
ti. With him, ate with Mm- We were 'going Communist. T h e r sr' '1.'1'
e in the University of Have- were too many around. They',",
together and in Mexico togeth-, weren't all Communists, ,but they' ---
- were friendly to them. When r",:''' f
Earlier we were together -when told them that,, they tried to kill ,..,; 'i
ator Molinari ', of Argentina me. They took me out ', in -,'"'the4
re to Havana to attend a la- mountains about 500 -miles. 'from ,--",
conference 'Ind talked to Mexico City, but I escaped. I'-n"
Le of us about going- to Bogo- walked. all, th way to the Amer- -',1
xe,oreanixe' I stisdentdriye g lean .border. Then I phoned-,,Cas4-'!"
tat the European ,tolonies in trot and told him what I thnught --E;
in Ameirica. of him. , : i- : ''''',,
'BROKE IN PANAMA 'He said, 'Come back 'Rafael' A s,
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The ; Argentines figured that if I love you. You must.trust me.
r could arouse sentiment : a- "Later he called me 'Lager, in
met British Honduras. and Brit- Miami and said, 'Come back Ra -.7,7
Guiana, then they- could kick feel, we need you.'
British, out of the islands a- ,,
nd th 'Antarctics, which Ar- 'But I im not going back --ex.'
sink wants. n 4 cept to fly over Havana, and, drop '
So Fidel and I took the mon- leaflets.' , .
sent by Peron and- went ro Rafael told m that Castro 're. '"
rota." ,," ,, ceived about $80.000 from ex-' '
n the ay they stormed, in Pa- President Prior, of Cuba ,,tti ft., ,,,-
na, where Castro fell in love nance hi Parly revoliolost. and 11? 4
h I Peruvian night club danc- about $20,000 from Veneittela."-: tij
Ever3r night he kept hoping This was before he returned '. to '' ''' ,'
n!might' reciprocate, his affec- Oriente Province.
4" and 'every ,,night.i the two ".....'' "4,
Log 'men-spent more money in -"But after Herbert Mathews '''.''''
night club. Finally. With Only wrot his articles about Castro Y I
left, they went on lb' Bogota. in The New York Times." 'del Ple'-'" 1
ire they asked a taxi drivere no said. "the money really be
ty, budd, do you know a ho- gan to flow, it" '';''
where -we don't have to pay
il the. end of the week and WASHINGTON PIPELINE :,..
taxi driver directed them .. ,.., '''-' 0
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the llotel.Claridge.,,,,The iirst, Item tarry 43rsick4,:tit. Nebras-,,,,
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y tossed a coin to see who they had been chewed bv '4;4771, i
odd. cash' in'. his return trip doe. Subseouently- she received ',7,-'
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' .-, THIS AMA FORUM ,.- THIlliblitS OWN COLIDAN ST. LOULS --; Suddenly,--"out ', .. 1 ;',. a ,..... ------......., , A", ,).-..-,A.. '' '' - 1- arrived in Washmkton, ens of his del Pino were ;responsible .for.1,' :
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,. frit min imi't-Isfan elo, en tonne to,,,,,,' dam at yhe psalms Amartgam. noise of a William-0, Dbuglas-for :. w.. ,-, ,'. ,',.-.', -,. ,-. It.;' .'-1; fellow ..' revolutionaries wa's ,-, on the'llots end we'drove immedi-',...-',..
-.'" ". '' '''' c-- hand-to nteet him. Rafad del Pi- ately to the Cuban Embissy-with-,,,
,, win ots. loceiva oraiemili.414 on halo" to! ...whew, gamswattial President boom is beginmng to
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, re-echo ,off the booms of all the . I .
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' Mae cree -Leiters are eublislied la the easy received. Of course, it's been "inside"
, :plumb, wk.,. cm wan soma a0 0,4 paas tomtit -. folkore -ever. since Tratddin Delano t ..o-,---,,,,ot. e,,,,c,ta.
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laiiiito of letter writers b held le strictest confidence.
Thie sowoope, musiii Ili nsoopiebnity kw statanaam a gmhti-ms Democntic convention that, Su- ,,, 4, -7,-,..:,: friend l'idel,'','-'-'';''''"7.--,--1-.--a-----,,a and' knives,-iso' '4unir.,, The .,'' Po-Z.
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preme Court Justice Duoglas would :,,,. ,' ," ..:. ,- ... young revolutionaries were on rendered their: weapons,, ant the
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.0"-- -, t 1 ,, r 0 1 na. tor from Missouri,. Harry Tru- .,.-1.,,,,;1, -';.',' : '''': ..' ,,- Rafael. del Pino is now :bitterlY mow down-people, in the streets. 4.
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....- AO t tro go home." Hei also hired an Del Pine finallybrokswith Casw A
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. SPOTTING A. LADY , the labor, people would hive 1'' ..!..-,,, 'X ""- :' .. '-: airplane and 'ogrsonally,,: dropped, tro -in Mexico. At that timc, Al ,,
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- If Disgusted's (Mail Box, April 15) appearance reflects the Nor did justice Douglas want it
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tsnce wire that Douglas would not .A.,:tiit :-4
'''' be in Paorma, San Francisco, New York,, or even thde Canalrhoposei
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buck Harry Truman for the pre- k.,,!-; ,.,,,,;.:.-
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sidential nomination. It was a hot ,:
. .. -?. ':1;q:'. tbey didn't look Ilke too, much.' gainst ',the Cuban I government,.,,-,,
,t- Probably a bit of each. It would pay her to investigate.
night and hectic, but my memory
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, :, ., x.,,,,,-.";''.,s ,. .; The story of the early revolu and Bayo wrote a letter Ari -the
has it that a former CIO official ... --- .,:.-:.,- ' '' -t , 1,.',111, .,- tionary exploits of these two Mexican' police offering. to take ',
' wh know what makes a country great, and they are doing their
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best against tremendous odds. by the name of Monroe Sweetland, -- r ........ ,.,,4 young men throws light on the Castro's place. 'Put me. in. hilla ,,
a mindat now of Oregon, got the message .,,,.., ,- - -,- l'--' '-i
- -,w Oz.( still uncertain. question what he said, 'but release Castro. ,
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. run in the same direction as hers our country wdou not be great porsonally.
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'' all. Yes, I am an American, and I am &shame of her as a fellow Then they all trooped 'down to
the convention auditorium and ids-,,,,,,,, -e.-., . -- -:1- , for' the 'first time the Inside sto "That made Fidel, Vet7 angry...Z.'
4,, s - .. ,,. ry of the Bogota massacre which He wanted to get the credit for go-4,, API
', citizen because she must be ignorant, natrrowTh-mindoendly and hateful
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unhappily took Harry Truman 3.?4.1A'''''" '''-4, . "" killed' 300 bystanders just as Sec, ing to jail himself., 'Don't bring
Her type is not k credit to the United Sta es. interest she.
so unhappily that some of the ,, ,tti,avr,k,q,1t
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l '. .. tetary -of State George, Marshall that guy over here,' he taald,.. !or --Im
. has In Panama is what she can get out of her Haes shpe made half a
labor and New Deal crowd actual- e ,;,-':., ' was trying to 'weld inter-Ameri- I'll kill him." '::',,,.. ., :-'1,,,
' try to learn the language or the history of Panama Let her ask
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herself honestly why she came here, and try to find ou d u...11 y a t one Gen. Dwight Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower know that he could have ..-.,...ot., ..-- ..,P
P,...!,. , ''Z-.'. ten can harmony at the Pan Ametif "Why did yin' finally '. break'
Panama beforo condemning it so completely. She ghoul try p tu g
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herself in the other fellow's place. the Democratic nomination. In -,:.-7,-:?-,' .-- -1.4
e out. her as in
Know what? God put these people down here just as H p s g, let me report that the ,-- -- '''!:,;.?.1.,t:.1 ' they ''''
KA Saks, Ili. ,, ',,,, ,,. a friend," sags Rafael de Pins. "I "Because I could see ,,,,,;-
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hem just as balloon was sent u b r
wherever she wits born, and rve a notion He loves t p y al Hill- ------ , '''' lived with lin, ate with him, We were'going Communiat; T h t r Iv --
much as He loves her. Understand? man s own union, the Amalgamat- -
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' - werein the, University of Have- were too Itiany around. : They 7.,
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BETWEEN THE LINES That '48 Democratic c,onven- 1' ' .' "Earlier we were together-when told them that,,,they 4ried to kill ;..--,.
Sir: tion was the only one which real- Wa Ittir winche .L,,, ., ev,j,, or t Senator Molinari .', of ': Argentina me. They took me out ', itt,,,qhe
to Havana to attend ii., la- mountains about 500 -miles. from ,,A, ,,
'The recent letter about the College Club scholarshins wai so oh- ly didn't Fleal. it with the labor
bor ;conference 'and ', talked to Mexico City, but I escaped. I'''''
I ly written through lenorance of the true conditions that it men. The political fact of life'
v ous 1110
, some of us about going- to Bogo- walked. ail thn way to the ,Amer--:',1
now, however, is that the Demo-
seems absurd to ,dignify it by an ,answer.
learn crate' will not consider namin
' 0 -- ' : 4 ", -:- '' ta toorganize I stlident 7driyi it- ican ,border Then -1 phmied-,:Cas4 '!"
Anyone who cares to Investigate the matter would soon . g
. gahist the European ,tolonies in trot and told him what I thpught-E;
that there are definite rules and regulations that must be, observed eny man without first consult consulttil
til consulttil t Ing the labor leaders. Th
b sound who chiefs do not ha th SORADWAY-NOLLYWOOD JET his-beautiful actress wife Pat -inally played the role in the all- Latin ,America. of him. -. .1-
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in awarding the scholarshins. For instance. they am given o y o e union
ve e power to . Stanley had it done very planis- cago troupe of "Seesaw" Ind ve,-' -BROKE IN PANAMA 'He 'said, 'Cothe back 'Rafael', ---)
Junior Caere girls who are gredeates of Balboa Mg Celebs, About Town: Marilyn shoo. Debra Paget is' consol- ry good, too, we hear. Norma
h 1 0 nominate, but they can veto. '1.1The; Argentines figured that if I love you. You must.trust'me.1
have maintained an averette of "B" or better and who eve a s Monroe, invarialby tardy for her ing 'Hal Hayes since- Zsa-Zsa Ga- douglas got an 1nviteIo return. thereould arouse' sentiment ',, a- "Later he called me 1,agalp in.
participated actively in college activities. Taking this as elemen 1 h
ta trut
I checked with labor people all own premieres, arriving on the bor took him off the tront pages. on the Jimmy Dean ,CBS- Shov4 '. ..,
Calmat British Honduras. and Brit- Miami and said, 'Come be Ra,.'',.
i alosg the line form New York t Sh' I L 1 H' ood- tr '
button for her portraits fpr Life. New Yorker mag star J. Lieb- ir ee ow s w se ess ish:
For that reason. there. are candidates sometimes who have high
W h to d St Gulana,:then they- could kick feel, we need you." - ,,
the British, out of the Islands a-
scholastic averarev but who do net otherwise qualify. In every s n- ,
ii. as mg n an on to Loins
I'') Jayne -Meadows, star of "Ga- ling and .Jeen 'Stattord, -a short-, opened a smart shop' at ,S h e r , ,,,..
gle case, the decision of the .eommittee. has been based on the tote
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round tho Antarctics, .svhich 'Ar- 'But I im not going back --ex- '
when thSt tStf
ma- e uar yming on- or-
President draft t h d ff zebo,' who looks like the All-A- story author, put their bylines, man Oakst Cal.. Calls it,"Witchw
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fications of the candidate and 15:4 op -who the parents may or .,. y
merman Girl. She was born in on' a marriage. tertifkate. ...lane craft.' (Wicked Women's weal; -0
gentina wants, ., L cept to fly over Havana. and,drop
was ouc e o
' this past week. It was while in-,
not be. Wuchang,, China, where her fath-, Morgan will feature a medley i .0-- Betty Grable doesn'Cown er "So Fidel and' I todt the mon- leaflets.' ,-
It's too bad that the.writers of these letters do not sound more er was a missionary. B e t t y Mack Gordon songs in her new eight club act. The Desert Inn eya sent by Peron and- went ro Rafael told me that Castro're-,.' '''
quiring about Symington that I
' time investigating the tree. sithation before they sound off in oub- Field, of 'Touch of the Poet,' Plaza act April 27., ....Peggy, Lee's (Vegas) put up the coin foe s its ,-
ran into the still untrig d
gere Beota,," ., :,-, -:,'- ,, ..- -, ceived about $130000 from ex,' :::'
lie. A list of the acholarshio winners over the years would convince Fifth Avenue window-shopping. dinner date at Zucca's was Dick special material, costumes; ar- On the ay they stoned, in Pa President Pries', of Cuba ,- to' n., ,
Douglas talk in the highest, most
responsible of cir le
the most skentical -that deserving candidates' have been chosen. I Cantinflas (Mexico's top. coin- Lewis of Life mag. Her abroga- rangements, staging, etc. Betty 511511,, where Castro fell In love- wince his eerly revoletion.., and 114',
know. for I have, been a member of the College Club for 15 years c s.
It happened this way. ic,) Lucille, Ball ,.and Kathryn lion from Dewey Martin is al- just, gets a mere salary like. the with 'a -Peruvian night club danc. about $20,000 from Yeneauela7.' t i
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and have 'Always followed closely the scholarshin awards. I found that the labor politicos Grayson among the ringsiders at most final. The big hit; "Good- rest of us.
er., Every night he' kept hoping This was before he returned,. to -- ':' .'
It is often pair to read between the lines of the letters sent to hand nothing against Sen. Syming- Betty Grable's Latin Q. frolic. bYe, Jimmy Goodbye,' is the -- she '': might'reciprocate- his affec- Oriente Province. ''' -""!,' ., ..
ton. Nor did they feel any ',,
the Mailbox. In this case. I think it would be safe to say that.the
Ment for him. Their attitude iS
sena. ,. Masters tournament star Art child of an old Italian song MI1- Behind, The Scenes: George tionV- and 'every i, night i the '' bye ' 4,,,
writer is the starent of a high school. student who was not elected to Wall digging Eddie C 0 n d on's id' "Vieni, Sul Mar' ("Come to Axelrod, author of "Seven Year young then--spent more' money in ."Buf after Herbert Mathews
, .. the htmor soeletv and who Is therefore disgruntled when honors are that he has no real active record d- Itch' and 'Will Success S LI 9- 1
of fightiog for the things they jar. ..Polly Bergen, .rushing tha- Sea") which Caruso recor Po the night club. Finally, withonlY wrotat his articles about Castro
'''' earred by 'any other students. , , down gth Avenue between her ed for Victor in 1919; Rock : Hunter?' astonished : Rod- $2 'left, they :went on lb 'Bogota. in The New York Times.," -del Pie"'
starring 'stints on "To Tell', the
2 It would be ',better, for such perents to investigate the reasons went on the home front. Mainly,
, he has devoted himself to milita- Truth and "First Impression". ,P.,111 v ,... erick Mann, British ,, columnist, There they- asked a. taxi :drivere no said. "the .money ,really be, '-'
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',l- Why their offsorint did not make the grade. A bad ettitude toward
. Ethel Merman in the wings.at visitin here "I need 2250 000' 44
Broadway Sketch: Nacy Malone', g v SaY buddif,' dO you ,know a Ito. gan to flow ,iff." '
ry matters, air power and foreign .to live" Agehud com com'','
'',' com'',' school rules. es ,well at an-insoletdroanner toward the teachers. Is
1 who walked out of the Eugene a year ,, , tel where -we 'don't have to, pay
often the underlying cause; and the 'type of parent who would write the "Gypsy' run-through-puslimg
affairs. If ill other candidates are e i ouc o e
0N ill Ift "T b f 01 fh4,, plained, I must have it. I 015' until the. end of the', week and WASHINGTON. ,PI P KLINE
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-",, 80 'venomous letter about College ,Club echolarships could yell deadlocked at the convention la- the 'youngsters on 'stage fog en.
-7 .. because she wigged, 504 a week.
"-- write toearn money. I'm ot in inII
II inII the taxi driver ,: directed them - , ,,,. ',''. ..1.'z,'"-- .6.- 0 1 I
'''''' 1 tit t kind, of a child. L ' i 4' 4'''' '' b 11 k h
- ave a , , y or wi ta e im One wag call call'
' call' other bow. ', :mg stunning Kyle r they -offered, ,S450)- tells chums t di b
teres e n emit rettembered aft- to the Hotel,Claridge -The first Rea tarn ilrokot, Nebras-
. Common-SSose Approach ed Symington "the Missouri com- MacDonnell astonishing 'lb.' EL why, she quit, She said ,she, I- die',.. Mannytold hint it'vits night they had it.steak,and a big tit -tells ,,about sr,ladyt 'constituent, '
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, ,, Moroccans by cha-chaing w i t h a' 'refreihing 'statement, consider.
, ,.., promise.' felt th d did 't re
e pro ucers n app bottle 'of wine. At the end of ,-'the who returnoti two' damaged bortt.
, ,. HORSE PLAY Who,, then, are the Democrats her shoes on. trig smite qiiotes from other-young
ciate what -she had gone through. - week the atill needed money,: so to the,. nubile, librery egrileiri
. Sir-: closest to the labor people? In no piavwri hts. 'Don't e -sur-
That she went on for KIM Stan- g they tossed. a coin to see who. they had 'been ,cbewed ,- bv :,h;;;',4,
, I am worried ,about the writer in a,leafiet entitled "Horseplavfit particular order, the inner s ot 1 Sallies In Our Alley: At the prised about those' so-called an-
ley about 20 times sometimes 0 wottid cash' in', his return 'trip dog, Subseouentlt she recelyod it ,".:;;'
The wire guy wrote the story about a black horse. Horsenlav. This tum consensus names Hubert
a Golden Fiddle a rou vats stilt
g P with only 5 ,minutes notice. ,,
gry young' men, Axelrod said. airplane -ticket to, pay the hotel bill for gl from the library- with. -,
is -no laughine matter, because he tries to pin down the black horse Humphrey, John Kennedy, New gabbing 'about the mne Oscars Otice she had to replace Miss Success t d 11 i 1 I
corrup s e c s
NIL .Castr. lost. --, -, the notation.."For rehindine hooks.
a ell ou that th 1 uti Y.
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. more than telling the story on the Horseplay. Jersey's Gov. Robert Meyner, Ad- won 'by IGigi.' It was written by Stanley after thi first act. The c n t y We never did pay the .second "Trainino You -To 'Train,' Nr on r
, ..! am sure Mr. Wise knows his aim in trying to show up this poor lai Stevenson, Lyndon Johnson the "My Fair Lady" authors. role 'is one 'of the most strenuous saw your John Osborne he wa 44
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hotel bill.'" recalls dol Pi- Dog' and "'Companion Dog Train. ''
b id th 1 B k m
black horse, but, he wouldn't be, too sure if he knew about the ,storY aid Supreme Court Justice Wil- .,
'The Oscar I someone n o e d
t ever assigned, an actress. 0
ff es e e poo of the evert), ro .iwo; he,,ard, the,' ?resident .of ill. ,... ., ,., .::. .: "',,'.;
on the horseplay that really caused the accident. Ham O. Douglas. will mean another million dol- stage only a few minutes during Ifil H t 1 h i t I i . '
i 3 o e av ng sun ati ot on
This is Panama and we have as,many black ,horses and equally Walter Reuther has pledged tars at the ox-office"- "God- the entire play. Fortunately, rubbed on him .by a beautiful -- ,-,, 4,i----
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, enough white horses to get some real horaeplay out of. I know a himseff to Hubert Humphrey, but lips' lc -
es 1 ouiened another "Where
Miss Malone can afford. to snap companion. I never saw' anyone ' :.
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few about some'white horses, would-you like to hear about them? no one really takos Humphrey's
w t ey put it?". The wags her fingers at the $450 per. look. less 1
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Mr.' Blackhorso candidacy seriously, despite the say the reason the Academy A- Makes more., than that on TY ev- .4,
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as eget Ticker: Eddie Fish- If h.- I 'h
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, .. series of fund-raising meetings the wards show was 20 minutes short ery week.
. TEACHING METHODS Minnesota Senaotr has been hold- is that, Tony .Curtis was allowed -- , er and thi Tropicana Hotel mu, :' '
''-, ,'' When oarents In Canada cemplain that their children cannot ing around th ecountry' with la-
30'minutes to comb his hair but
. Stage Door: Songwriter Gladys tually cancelled the' long -"time '' 4:
-. read print at first sight and can only 'recite from the school readers her and business people. Gov. usea ,only 3. She ley has had scads of her
I contract. Fisher signed ith th
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, tbey are told "The sight method .of teaching reading, with inciden- Meyner has antagonized many in- songs published, including 25 ver- s r tes , , ,
tat phonics, Is used all over the ivorld." fluential (Ad, AFL leaders in his Midtown Vignette: None of the sions of her top click, "How Did -Ray Bolger at the Riviera was a,- .tt- ''. L : '''
the' fir t t' t ', yuou'
s s ar 0, get $20,000 per , ,, ,.. ,. ''''-
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teachers subteachers 'in ,Panama ire as dissatisfied with the results of these As for Stevenson, most of'labor lovel model Venita Radcliffe
Y mit samples,befote getting the week (in Vegas in '53. litor- '' ' ,-- ",-,,i'
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' method! as we am In 'Canada, and sve hope that those interested in simply believes he can't win flew, almost 3000 miles:from Los composer job for the up,coming don MacRae and his lavely-wile ' 't 'h ' .,
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the problem will valte to: and the ohlline AFL leaders never Angeles to take her life at a Park musical,' "Jo'. Sfarlets, ac- Sheila Stevens confirmed -the -fl .wa,c ,
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. mrs. hi. Johnson, could work up any enthusiasm for Ave. hotel in N Y. . Intimates tors and extras in New. York can rave reports the ''''
y got at the Wal- ot4 1
387 Linwood St., his rather aloof intelledual, ap- reveal .it was at this, place that relax. There will be three H' dor! Jacki Miles (on the same whisper ,,,.,,,,,,,.
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Man., Caanda. bor chiefs like Lyndon Johnson. Gabor's friend) teok Venita for "Mark Twain Tonight," the state. I ,, .:'!,, .. ''. 'It'
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came down to Miami for the Win Wint
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atop the ticket. years ago. a big hit. The reviewers goshed t i k i figY . ...4
, Ike To'BeAsked To Appoint Team ,, This leaven John Kennedy. For
him there is -the greatest affec- over it. TV's Shari Lewis a aMemos,
Memos, aMemos, of a Midnighter: Wil- dopted a 2-year-old Greek. orphan re (wth Toni and .: arry m :----a'd --
Wham) is the delight of the' Sit. sOeill I1' 0 ''. ,
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-To Decide On School Integration that for all the reasons you might
expect, a bloc is organizing to Grace, has. flown. to Florida. After waiting in the. wings six
Chums suspect she will become months for Ruth Roman to catch ill
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TAMPA, Fla. (UP1) The cause than those who propose total Answer to Previous Puzzle, course,, is Sinatra's return. to the TheY st.tatquillate ' ,
Florida NAACP said yesterday it segregation at all costs. answer in e surprising -number of i rL.1
high places is Su reme Court
P Jus. Libyan License tor.li Qom rarArliti Sands. Frances Faye (with' a ., Each Movado is a tiny work : ., ;. , C.
,-. would ask President Eisenhower 'Some segregationists are too loom pailmo Ellarlff-3 brbken back) belts her piano and '-' ,',11,;. '''.4
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. to name a committee to cnect dumb to see what is happening -, Elm rA OP3r1011111!1101Mil songs. at the New Frontier. The of art whickworn en your wrist . ,, ,, -,1
gleam that Richard Nixon and - , -1 6
on the legality of anti-integration he said, 'big the wise men is the -,t
AC11011$ 50 rani a notion VelrAt3nDBOWIZIPPIgiri Trop,,which used to pay $200 per leteliSifISS your gestures giving them i i
elm) Rockefeller will deadlock Virliiiitaillm- Cil-Ai:.1
bills proposed by the legislatures segregation camps know that their SICubic,meter ,........,,. week to shbw-girls, -'now pays -1 'i
each other in the Republica Libya was the 52 Backs of ne ks 71111"1-111w"v-71w""IiIl'Ill litg5. - auded glebe and life. .- , sir, ..
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so ree an at e elegates will --- country
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tice Earl Warren. under 1,111 to a focus Nviioweviriunriarzilit The Orchid Tree: Betty Mit. Thsy ere Ise eneurate ,. ',
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, rith Clarence Mitchell. director ance with the law, they will be in lag Au d i i run it agrorium Erlhimri MON and., Binnert Ball" Nat r101101- t ) V't r i
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: the more drasfic "last resorl" caused more accidents in the , : Ficingi tahrt : sanitonlinogn
plan which would close ail public New York State Thruway than
schools if a single classroom were any other single cause. State pe. IOSilkworm, on ..
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FINANCIAL 'CRUMBS OF SALE :. Col;,Georgi D: Batcheldot, secnd -froth presideoi
of. the Port Clayton. Youth Council,- receives a' cheek or the proceeds of a cake sale sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by ,the Post NCO Wives Club last month.- The cake, sale was heldluring the grand openihg
of the Fort Cla3rton Central Exchange, and 'he tted $50,' to be used for the:Youth' Council.
Members of the group, ,from left; sze Mrs. Barbara 4Wyrick.- thatIMITI of' the cake sale; -Mrs.,
Erma Parkas,. president of the Wives Club; Batcheldor;.,- and 1Col..Johri ,Conel, cool coolmanderAt
manderAt coolmanderAt Fort Clayton,--(Army Photo) ; ..

GENEVA; -- "Three'
jail tecapees,, who overpowered
and stabbed it, guard in their
brealdut,' were back', in custody
Sunday after a submachine gun
burst flushed them from-a biding
place in 'a,corn ,
A posse headed Sherif!
Anthony Wegman,and Aurora PO POnee
nee POnee Chief,:Donald t'Curran stir stirrounded
rounded stirrounded the' corn crib ort a farm
about' a, mile, south, of Aurora
SaturdaY after receiving a tele telephone
phone telephone tip from an imidentified
formant.
'Wheisa the trio- refused to- n newer
ewer newer CUrrall'il ordet to leave the
crib with their hands 'up,. Curran
fired a short burst from his sub,
machine gun. The trio quickly
nn out into the open.
Earlier,' fourth fugitive, r-John'
Olmatead, ,21; Oak Park; was
seized in Chicitiro.
Recaptured at the corn crib
were jack Vanderpool,' 21,, of
Sandwich; Marvin Molerida, 19,
and ,Charles Seibert, 21, bitly of
Aurora. They were retained,' to
the Kane County jail here, from
where they escaped Friday: night
whes guard, Marry Stiles,' 67,
opened the door of their' tell to
permit Olmatead ,1,,o-plake a 'tele 'telephone.
phone. 'telephone. Call. '
Ineteade Stiles was overpowered
and stabbed,' guttering a alight
wound in his abdomen. ",
Wegroan said" the quartet later
,,Aoritacted,.Friends, who ,-drove
Sthem to a forest preserve near
Aurora, ; where Olmstead, split
tromelthc-grotp and, headed to
Chicago. tIlle other three ,then
were taken to' the'corn crib by
' friends, the,theriff fadded.

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BUENOS AMES; 'April .---
(ITPI) The 1.1.Si icobreaket Edis Edisto
to Edisto )racett toward. -Argentina' todsy
to rescue. persons marooned -by
floOds- that have take, at least 29
liv,es this: weeL ." :-p
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'4114 -r.disli,,Which -was en route
baCk to the '-linited States,' trot
Antartice,..cliaaged course-yesterday,
afterL-Argentine President-Av
turo Foodisi.aecepted its offer -to
sitr.'- twos-expected '' 'alTive
sometime. today and to steam -up,
the: tirugnsty 'River' to 'Concordia;
where 'kr, helicopters would .liegin
their 'mercy.: mission.
The flOod wsterS, worst- in' South'
Americ,au ,records, began to 're 'recede
cede 'recede yesterday, but Argentine 'gov 'government:officials
ernment:officials 'government:officials alid the ',fillet ',filleted
ed ',filleted :areas now, faced the' threat of
epidemic 'and, -in one 'town,, an ill illVasin
Vasin illVasin ''of snakes.
gualeguaychu,, about,. 25 iniles
moral of.. Buenos'Aires:. On Abe -Uruguay
- River, said hordes of
snakes had :invaded the, ,:area.,
appealed 'for snake' ,,bite:
Planes and boats rushed vaccine
to to other stricken itre148 to,
vent threatened :typhoid,- epide epidemic.
mic. epidemic. Health Officials' ordered that'
homes. be looctdatedegainst'tbe'
disease.

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, ILAZARD; (UP1)--aVational
Guard troops, were held ready
for duty in the tense eastern Ken
tucky. coal fields where, a ,,,United
Mine ,Workers strike has brought,
ticket line violence and taken two
Maj.- den. J..' 1. IL.: Williams',
Kentuqky adjutant general,4 said
he ewould decided, f last .,.aght .,.aghtvhetber,
vhetber, .,.aghtvhetber, guardsmen would be 'vent
la 'fa, keep order, hi the 'contract
diapute which has ,klied.1,000
ere and, enters its seventh week
Wilhants toured Letcher Coun4,
acelme of r se'c t 2 llynamit:
higs and the second slaying in the
strike YasterdaY,
Gov. A, ,B, Chandler, mobilized
1,000 guardsmen At Barbourville;
Ky.; -, and Richmond, Ky., and
alerted an additional 1,000 Friday.,
who,',has been ', given
till authority to cal hi the board,
said he planned to. confer with the
governor before reaching a'deci

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SEATTLE,1 Wash CPI) 'rho
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Rt.' Itev., Stepiten,"Fi" Bayne"..'Jr4
, Episcopal bishop of Seattle, ',hats
been appointed to,a newly-created
post 'ess,, executive4rofficer' of Atte
Anglican Comintusin,. 'a '. world worldwide'
wide' worldwide' fellowship ,,sof churches Ylvith,
40' million, memberi. .,- l'. r; ,-,
,,,,ilishop,. Bayne disclOsed .111i, ap appointment
pointment appointment in a, pastoral ;letter
read 'in, ill the. churches ,.. of ;his--
Washington 'state diocese -yester.
day ,Atoming,... The archi'shop, of,
"Canterury senior s primate of the
church.;of England., wad, scheduled
to make err announcement 'antis.
appointment in-London loday04 ,'
- The- Anglican Communion con;
, elite ;Of the .!-Church -of ',England
and 14 other stelfluverni!sfo'na-
, tionat churches arotmdk the world
which-are yelated to, it 'by as com common'
mon' common' heritage.;-' The, lt.S; ,bodyis'.
the ,,Protestest i Episcopal church;
with some 3,000,000 Inettbere. ''.
Although'. all ',of these 'national
churches cloeely TO190111bli one sm smother,'
other,' smother,' and all 'base their -,,vmrship
on ,the book rot" common prayer,
they ,have' never. had ; shy lexten-1
sive 'organizational ,machinery for
mutual,cooperation.', ., ,' ,' '' '''
-,Biehori Bayne' ,was chosen ,' for
the poet by the heeds, of, all of the
Anglican', churthes..v,t.''.,-', .' ,.,..
- ,,.. At'51, he is' regarded 'as ':One
of-the Inost-lirMiant schotara and
: stiministrators.,.. of ,tfie,. Episcopal
church.. ,lie bas been' bishop of
the, i'diocese". 'of. 'Olympia,' Wa'sts.,
with headquarters ...at ;Seattle,-
since 1947.,,,,-:,: ,,, '',.., ' - .'::
'., The Inew eiecutlie officer' li' a,
native of New Norir City. He Was
' educated et Amherst C3 1 1 e I e
Masi.- and -at General- Theologi Theological
cal Theological Seminary'lgevt- Yorit: '
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RETURN FISHERMEN
ME A, lapanItIPI)
ships painted with Communist-sin:
gans yesterday brought,51 appan,
1,'brairiwashed".,'!-; Japanese
fishermen home from captivity ln
, The ships and:the ren,
were -seized ,by the' Reda last No November
vember November for violating Chinese ter territorial
ritorial territorial Waters., , -;b;

', Chandler mobilized the -guard
after s goal tAtek, driver; James
O. Adams.',41, Doegola, Ky., was
Main' in't gun battle -with ,UNTIV
pickets Thursday night itt the: Lit.
tit 4:Shepherd htr:'Letcher
County. Three pickets, ncluding
one shot in the 's t o m' a e h,- hy
Aglarns,,Itvs -been,. charged with
murder.
Woodrow 'Sznith,-, 42,r, was killed
-near his 'Stinking Creek lainc in
InigX ',SAillitt7,f, Margit': 31- tv e
;UMW., Members have. been indict indictort
ort indictort Murder': charges in the
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7The IUM announced last -week
it will, no longer' hoirr an ,agree,
tnent with coal operators. for
peaceful picketing.' ,
Carson Hibbitts,, president 'of
'IUMW district. 28 and, Mt charged
nonmeion coal operators 'Saturday
with '14tsflammatory :a e't ion' de
signed Apecifically to create. inci,
denti, that-will lead to ,the' calling
'of the' National Guard. into the
Logan, Piliersont attorney for' a
trout) .'of independent Arline per.
ators.. said, that minn,,o wner
would -,:!'welconie,, any action that
will 'assure peace and law-abiding
eonduct in the area-- adecteV1
,, The UMW has been' Placed 1m 1mder
der 1mder a temporery,restraining order
Drohibitint Abe, urdon ,frorn
'fering with ,movernent of,
ville Arid 'Nishville' Halhoad tOld
trairia,in the'.' strike area. A
- The strike, 'which started ,Nlarch
'11 hi Harlan County,- has spread to
eight 'southeastern Kentucky coun..
lies. Coal ",nperators C111113 that
thi contract which
cells for ,a 'S2 Per' wools' In
crease AM 'bans', the use non nonlmion
lmion nonlmion coal, wordd force thorn out
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CHECKS BRINti SMIL'ES Three Navy civilian' employes it 'itOdmar0 Naval Station.; mere
, presented cash aWards by CaPt. K, W. Hines, commanding.' officer,:i, for Aheir olutstan d,I n tg
achievements. Shown from left are Mrs., Wilma, Rargrove,, pay clerk:, Miss ,Clertrude
JOustra, supervisory military pay clerk: Mr& Meda. Rowe, supervisory liscal accounting. clerk;
, and Capt; Hines.' Miss Joustra and, Mal., Hargrove received awards or ,Austained superiOr per-'
. formance lot assigned duties, and Mrs., Rowe was rewarded for a beneficlaleuggestion
In savings to the command of 41710 annUally,,,(listy lrbQte)
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6515 Annivdrs:ry

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MOSCOVt (UPI) Soviet 'Pre 'Premier
mier 'Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev ob obeerved
eerved obeerved his 65th-birthday yesterday.-with
publication of hie first
marl. Competition With Capital Capitalism,'
ism,' Capitalism,' ft was a sure best-seller.-'
Messages !roan: all over ,the
Communist 'world ,,'poared in for
the premier who was spending
the-day in seclusion at Evocation
villa in 'the Crimean 'resort of
Yalta: One, irony:Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Party' Leader Mao Tse-ttmg
wished lgm "health and long
, ,
,(In Lonrdon,' authoritative Boum Boumes
es Boumes said ..the ,4-foot3 220-potmd
nrughchet was .:!Illaving to SIOW
down'' to safeguard his health.)
All indications in Moscow .were
that -the premier- was- in 4-, good
physical- 'hope. t was learned
that two' weeks ago he dismayed
security :guards by rowing U.N.
Secretary-General 'Dag Hammer HammerskjolU
skjolU HammerskjolU far out into the choppy
Black Sea for two hours. Kbrush Kbrushcher
cher Kbrushcher remained at the oara
throughout.'
The press' and. redid" noted the
bhthday without fanfare. Tradi Traditional'''.
tional'''. Traditional'''. only the 30th, 60th and
70th birthdays of high officials
are' cause for public celebration.
, Main emphasis hi the press was
diced et Ithrushebev's Brat
ant book, a colleotion of his
major opeeches and interviews.
R contained this keynote sen,
fence: "We live in. It remarkable
tints when historic development
inevitably leads to conclusive
tory of aocialism and communism
in the entire world.".
-' Hundred of thousands of copies
were issued for noes chculation.

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HENDERSON, N. C. (UPI)
Some 950 striking textile vrorkers
voted about 7-to-1 Sunday to re return
turn return to wOrk at the Harriet-Henderson
Cotton 1,1Ma after 23 weeks
of strike bitterness and violence.
Approval of contract signed
lrriday night tame in the packed
auditorium of the Henderson High
School where striking members of
the Textile Workers- 'Union of
America met for almost t w o
voting approval vrere the ment mentbers
bers mentbers of the two MIA locals who
walked off their jobs last Novem Novemher
her Novemher when the company refused
their demand for an arbitration
clause in a new contract.
The first of: the strikers wM
probably begin the return to work
Monday.
t 'rho hikers returning to work
wM 'join'''. non-strikers who have
been on the -job eine. 'Feb.- 19
when-ehe mMs 'resume& mle4hift
oPeratiore.' Shortly, after- the re
sumption, a force of more than
10 highway patrolmen was or ordered
dered ordered to the scene by Gov. Luther
H., Hodges to ntaititt, order On
the Picket lines.
Both the union and the textile
firm' claimed the agrement was
a. victory.

pf:,Blankti,,Iltirth
aeniiigs Isued In South

1,A, spring:, inow storm-. inashed from the Black Hills- of South Da Daacross
across Daacross the northern Rockies 'Ind kots 'Into central Wyoming.
the north central Plains yester- Raphi City, S.D., max buried un unday
day unday dumping latavy; wet anow up der if nine-inch snowfall at 'mid 'midto
to 'midto nine inebet, deep. day yesterday', and the snow
The MS. ',Weither''Hureau is, shoed .no sign of Almishing. Else Elsesited
sited Elsesited warnings for stockmen and where in South Dakota, Philip re retravelers
travelers retravelers parts- of Nebraska, ported, five Inches of snow, Hot
South Dakotatryoming,Montant Springs, four, Yankton- three and

teribed iritliatty!trthp,',,arts

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by -eieathermen,--,. although the Some drifting oc ed in
snow was expected to diminish bY black Ms, ; turningeurrroads htlItoe
. ,, ,, ,, ,... ac emus- venues of travel.
Arkatt' triggered bY 'cool air which
e snow and thunderstorms
. :Meanwhile,' strong, winds lashed over tile south.central states were
parts, of,'Texas, Oklahoma
sas and',,Louisiana, and ,weather. pushed icross the,nation's mid midmen
men midmen lamed tornado' and, th. under. cpntinent By Ytodayli the ',hive ',hiveStorm
Storm ',hiveStorm alerts 'for,lhe ,arItt, throuS,11 sum of tool air was expected, to
last, night.
At.' Mansfield,' Li.,;!higlf.whids be a line extending from Ohio
into, central:Texas.. , ,
during a 'thunderstorm' ripped the
roof from ,a filling ,station.' First 4 ,,,,,
Atlantic states enjoyed ,thild tem.
While most d the smith-central
reports indicated ,, the damage
might 'have :been,caused 'by a
were, common over the north and
peratures, -', readings in the 30s
twister,-,but -authorities ati,'Mans.
field, later 'reported no ,.4ornado
iunnels 'were sighted., t. : .... central Plains into the,$, Great
The., 'now ;which., ectiptct ,,,,over 'Lakes region, Lansing, Mich., re.
Torted 30 ,, tlegrees ,, at '. mid-day
the Rockies,and ,barrelled into 'the
Plains,: wee expected to push -over YeetertlaY while ; Chadron,4 Neb.,
'the, u,pper-Mississippl. Valley; and had e reading Of 30 degrees,
, or. drizrle, and occasional ,thun-'
the' Great'Lakes mem. WAY South of the allow area, rain
derstorins extended from the cen ceniiit
iiit ceniiit a '-mixture. of rain Inct'snow.
- The imow .,-storrit -bit hardest
:7;,...7,,..7,:.7,,7,,,s,r,.7...;.,..r.;,.,,;,..r,,..r.,.., trill, l'alins through the ?entre'
-, ,,,,,,. ., -,,,,, , ,, ,1 Gulf statee4 into the Tennessee
sedwirrgby ovfaremr emrsotstwads
,, Valley and the East Coast. The
' retapein'ctveldeletourn
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' the east today, except tor New
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PLANS CENSUS BILL
WASHINGTON' (trn) Rep.
Richard E. Lankford (1)-Md.) has
proposed that fanner federal em employe
ploye employe be given preferenc6 when
200,000 persons ore hired to take
the 1960 census. Ee said he would
introduce 'a bill :to that effect.

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EDGAR ALONSO, left; Ar Panamanian civillai employe, 'with ,,,'
, the job title of Mobile Equipment Mechania(Org) Quartermav
ter Section US.'Army 'Caribbean, receives a Suggestion Award
from R. H. Carpenter, production superintendent,. of the Quer.
, termaster's maintenance division. Along -was presented a $10
award for suggesting that safety ,signs, "Stop, Look Before En.
tering, Street'l be lposted at the exits of thee 2nd echelon--MilE
, shop of the section's facilities. There is barely four feet of clear.'
ance between the shop's 'exit and the street, and warning signs
- will serve. to keep personnel alert and lessen the dsnger of sic sic'
' sic' cidents. (U.S. Army Photo)

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Opponents' Hit Madill in 111 Health,
Ex-GOP leidef Claims In Interview

tWAI ,ILEVG3pNL I):1:- lle(pit2e bright at the present time."

Joseph W. Mantin Jr. iaid yestir
dry no otwi could have-engineered
his 'replatement'41- House Repu Republican
blican Republican leader. ,Rep,Charles A;
Ha Reck earlier this year if he had
been ht good health.
'The 74-year-old Massachusetts
Republican, who ortly,reeently was
released from the 'hospital where
he was treated for a leg ailment,
said he had been working as long
as 96 hours a week during the
lait Congress and was tired and
unprepared "when the onslaught
tame."

"If I'd been in good health,
they couldn't have-beaten me, no
matter who attempted it," Martin
He Mid. the otatementi during
a radio interview (Mutual-Reportere'
Roundup). The sting of his
ouster as GOP leader after, a
score of years at the party 'helm
in the House obviously had large,
13' dissipated as le discussed the
Republican future. ,"
,Asked about his eurrent stattis
al an ordinarl congressman, Mar Martin'said
tin'said Martin'said "I have no worries end
in-4, way,I look, at it (his defeat)
as a-bleesint",He Salt that ex except
cept except for- the leg, whichi still, re
guises him to use a cane, he felt
fine.
; Martin flatly refused ,to eval evaluate
uate evaluate Halleck's performance as
GOP leader, saying "I wouldn't
want-to criticize him. He said the
"public will have a chance to ap appraise
praise appraise him during the next two
years and, they can pass judg judgment,"
ment," judgment,"
But he said the indiana Repub
Bean fated a tough job because
"the' Democrats have, a 100 ma majority
jority majority in the House and you don't
11W push 100 votes eside,no
ter how eloquent you may be."
Martin also eoneeded the GOTI's
1900 election prospects 'don't look
FyLFILL FIVB-YEAR PLAN
TOKYO (UPI) -- COMMUTIISt
China said today it over-fulfilled
its first five-year planand
caused "significant and tremen tremendous
dous tremendous changes7 in the drive for in industrialization.
dustrialization. industrialization. The announce announcement,
ment, announcement, broadcaot by, Radio Peip Peiping,
ing, Peiping, followed by one dos the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union's report it had fulfilled
by 103 per cent the initial targets
in- a new seven-year plan.,

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Buy rhoTo tor au Of your homes
farm or shop tool needsthe (lushly
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However, he said tfier wili
lot of water -goiet over the 'dant
mext 'year. Some will be helpful.,
40me will be harmfuL!'- ;.'

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Olga 'Hurtado
Salome Leon
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"LA MASCOTA" can proudly announce that a United
States Army Caribbean Uniform Quality,. CAmtrol, System
Certificate has been issued to us. This audmHses ne to label
our garments with the special certificate number 'whidl
guarantees that each garment made is of regilation design,
quality and shade.

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this geographical areawill fully meet
the specifications of the Army."
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Central America. We, specialiie ,in
custom 'made civilian and ladies'
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SaturdaY,: after," receiving' A tele' as, and ,,ent,ert I its seventh week' ITMV,'Itiemberelese '1 inAtc: Yale DaLK-1Usittutit t!een in 'good health. ., ,, ,,
- ?hone tip, f.101r.t an ,unidentified in-:, k,day.,---:.,.,.,,, .-.... , .?....,,,,- -- -ed'hort Murder- charges 'in th '' ''''' . .. , , ,,, Noem it,,de tech& Le011er R. d o Lilian) '
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inga and -the second 'slaying in the 'it-will-no. lOnger he')r an eggree, released from. the hospital where ,,
ewer Ctirran'a. order,,,to leave' the voted about 7-to-1 Sunday to re- e was, treated for a leg ailment, , ', ts ,.' : 1 4 '- :,, l ,,,-'' :, .11, -...- , ., ''.,i .,..7,-',' ,,
crib with. their:bends irp,-, Curran "trihe' Yeeterd.1.1,,:g -' ,-,,. '': ',- Ment ',with coal operstorst 'for turn to work.. at the Harriet-Hen- 6
said he had been working ,as long ' ,
fired a short burst 'from his -sub- Goi4 A.,,13. Chandler, mobilized -peaeeful picketing.' '-,-',,, ,,., ,, -,,', derson Cotton MMI after 23 weeks as. 96 hours a week 'during the AAHUAL SALE- -' '',b. ''' 1: '''.
- machine gun. The- trio quickly 1-', guardsmen .at ,s Barbourville; Carson Hibbitts,',- president'''of of strike bitterness and- violence.
.i last Congress and was tired and
ran out into the'. open. , Ky.,,,eranC,,Richmond,-,-, Ky.,- .--and ITMW -districts 28, and..30 charged Approval of s contract signet'
unprepared when the 'onslaught 410-1 e ,.',;,:r.: ,,,,,,.;:, ,,,.;-y' ,, ::',,, ,,,,,,..,l ..., '.,..,..,,,. ',,-'
'Earlier;',- 'fourth fugitive, r-John alerted, an, additional' 1,-000 -Fridsy.-, -non-union coal oPeritors'Saturday Priday night tame in the pecked tame ..,
Olmatead,' 114' Oak ,Park; .--. was, WilliaM8i ,',' W110:::.jukit ','' been-4' given, witit:lisflarnmetory,:a c't'l en .. de. auditorium of, the Henderson High , ,. ,, ,., ors s9XeigitrotiluCeh-erijtrosse,r74;' '4 44' .'rg- .' '''' ''''''' '.
seized in Chicitto. -2 -, --':,,, 'full authority to tall in the braid, signer Specifically ',to' create- 'incr. School where striking members of ,, ,,, BEGINs ''''':, -- -.'.,,, .,, ', ,,,,,1!!!,,og to,ft.,. ...,,
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ore nachinif a'.'deci--'of Abe :' National' ,Guard, into the America met for almost t w o letter who attempted ,it,'" Martin- r i
were L, hick 4-"Vandenpool, 1, 27, '',,.1- .' '..- ,''' '.,. - reek.' ,' '.:,-, 2, '.. .,.. , hours. -, .i -,- ,k
Sandwich; 7 MarVin Molerida,:', 19, ,. ,:.', '. : 2,.' . ,,. ; ',,".- .: s '- .'.' ',,, ,, Noting approval vrere the mean, ba,.g.1' ..,..,.. .,'' ,,,. ' rriaay April 24'. .,'''''',,.' '''''"' 'i' ; '' - .Y-:-:'---,.-.'t -'''
and ,,Charles Seibert,. 21, , bith:: of it i' h , Logan' paiierson, attorney .foti a bers of the two TwvA locals who .. te.ciraiun, "'e etarrents during , s, ,, ' - ,,,-' '''' ,- . e:;', -! ...' '-- ...,
Aurora., They 'were ;retained ,-'to D 01'S. ''''Iii ''' ...
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where they eSeape Fridayltright iti 'ill' '. 11, A ': n 1 -, , ,!, Nvou14,,,,-Tle!e(mte,,, any tetion. that ,theit demand for an arrinttation
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whes g u e r d Harry -' Stiles '' 67- ni fie - will assure peace. and lavr-tbidinie clause in a new contract. ----.......,.. ,r
the House obviously had large. 'Boys ' ''. 's ' '
' opened the. dot.' Of theiv:, ck tsp 0 S litviill rva '',- Conduct, irf the area adected" -- The 'first of,.- the strikers wM ,, ,,-,. ..,
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appointment in-LondotOtoday,p4 ment
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MERMAID S who can't
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helm, Calif., In Disneyland,
technicians are giving swim swimming
ming swimming lessons to mermaids.
Two of these sea nymphs are
being prepared at the park
for scenes in the Underwate
Voyage show. These sultry
sea sirens aren't real, of
course, but -made of plastic.
The mermaids have to be
given a "dry run" to make
certain that they swim realis realistically.
tically. realistically. Art directors and as assistants
sistants assistants hover around, check checking
ing checking to see it the mermaids'
arms and fins move grace gracefully.
fully. gracefully. Mermaids are drawn
through the water by wires
attached to a power source.
The water moves the me mechanical
chanical mechanical mermaids' arms and
fins. These nifty nymphs will
be able to swim as well as
their legendary counterparis.

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COMES INTO HIS OWNThe Modern infantryman lets recognition in
a 14-foot-tall statue at Fort Dix, N. J. Soldiers (left) 4Ook nine months,
to complete the 3,000-pound statue (right). The statue is molded of a
putty-like aluminturi compound 01)00 overscreening and idesuered.:

STRAIGHTENING HIM OUT---Seven-year-old DayId ,riat ,riatrick
rick ,riatrick Allister gets a brush-up courSe in the art a good
grooming from his father, Sgt Mick Allister,. a member
of the famed Irish Guards stationed in Windsor, England..

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, 11 1 CArrti4 tgamistAio twil4 pvii., ost5.1 41 poyd4 b ,, 1 Cristobal Thursday, aboard the WASHINGTON; 'April 20 (UPI) grivitr of Latin America's. well,
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e - it- p s IA..- --ad ''' 4" the advance passenger list. on hailed Christian A. Herter as Commenting on : Cuban Primo 4
, ,, '- "eminent! qualified" W eazry Minister Fidel Castro's speech to
1, Five Canal employes ere among on the porkies of resigned Seers the Aulitors Friday, Nixon said
I We 'passengers bound, for Cristo- tary of State John'Iroster Dulles. several steps have been takes
-Nixon made the appraisal of recently to strengthen econontiek -.
ELABORAT1 SOCIAL ACTITITITS IN ZONE, PANAMA ; '', ,-:: -
1 eetings- ,-', ,,i bal. They are Mr. and Mrs.'l
trkiripi Pr larkann Norman ECd-. unersecretary-of state to, Dulles vVie cannot underestimate. bow.
- cENtut AROUND VISIT Or PRINCR PHILIP ID IPARTIr --,- M 1 ward-Armistead; Itir. and Sirs. Rerter. selected to move up from of the 21 American republics. ,-;

;- MONDAY, APRIL le, 115V
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- ELABORATE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN ZONE, PANAMA
- CENTER AROUND VISIT Or PRINCE l'ULIP AND l'ARIT'
- 14 Soots 'of the -season's -most elabOrato social Inactions were
given yesterday, and two were planned for today In boner of
Prince Phi Up, Duke of Edinburgh, and his official parti, who are
,visiting the Isthmus with the royal yacht Britannia. ''"
, The final social even before the Britannia sails this evening
will bo reception hosted by Canal Zone Gov. endlars. William
- E. Potter at the Breakers Club at Coco Solo, A special train left
- Bathos to take Pacific Side gpeste pie reeoption. --
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The United States 'Ambassador
to FOAMS and Mrs. Adian Fiske tained from Cdr. E. Taylor Ne.
Harrinton, entertained, at ."Itosch., vy 204: ,,,---
eon to ar at their residence in La t
Crest In honor of. Sir Alexander Curundu Women's ,
Grantham; G.C.M.G. who is trey. Pions Annual Lomsheon
eling with Prince -Philip on the Irhe ennui :sprint luncheon" Of
the Curundu Women's Club -will
Sir Alexander -Wee governor 'of be held Wednesday- st the Union
the British, CrOwn colony at, Hong Club. hlew officer; wiU be installed
Kong for more than ten years. after tho lunchi1
Ambassador and Mrs, Herring- , : -. ,;
- ton were assigned there prior to Reservation's end cancellatiohi
coming to panamt." must be made this evening- by
Officials of the British EAU- calling Mrs. Abel Guibert, Curtin.
ay. se well st other, engaged in du 2147, or' Mrs, Richard Fifer,
Commonweeltli ; activities. the Curundu It.'
-area, Were guests at reCerrti011 --
given in honor, of Prince Philin Peeteiter Soder Dinner
Yesterder' afternoon.", The British Reservations etlii
Ambassador to, Plinartle, Sir Ian --Reservations for the Passovet
Henderson, odd .L103' Headerlen, Seder. dinner bo' held Wedges.
hosted the event, ,,, - day evening at 11;30 at the Tivoli
t Guest House 'may be made though
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given yesterday, and two were planned for today la honor of The Atlinue'Sie ratentavical t
Prince Phillip. Duke of Edinburst. and hie official nalin who aro or Association will meet Lilts r
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,wisiting-the Isthmus with the royal yacht Britannia-. at T:30 la Ito 111-Pur

The President of 'Panama and
Mrs. Erneste de la Guardia ie; en.
tertalned thr royal party at
banquet last evening at the Pre.
sidential Palace. Nearly 100 guests.'
Including high. tanking '''efteiala
from the Panama- and 'Cana Zone
governments and headai
attended .the formal'affair,
Mooting Piaci Changed
For Book Review Grouts
Tbe meeting 'place. of the .Roolt,
Review fleciinn of the Canal Zone
College Club hat been changed, it
woo annnuneed tildityf nut
will meet Thursday morning st
030 at 04 hOrne Mrot A., S.
Herr, ,754C Bothno Rood,
Mrs. C. S. LeClair, who vies te
heve been hostess.- hes been call.
ed to the States due to death in
ber family. 7
Isthmian Toastmaster.
To Moot Tomorrow
The Paraffin Toasttnaster0
Club MIT meet, tomorrow ovening
at ti ths rern Room of, the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest, House. ,
Tnattwinsiee of the elienIng -will
be Ted Shaw., who will have as his
aneokers Plok norne. Miekev
Ka0111,11, Val tivneh and 3oe Brt
gontlf. lisirafov htnilifirtt be the
mere eveltieior end Gib Stun.
kow will he The Onto masfer.
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a hY- --) hadt no reason .te rebid." ',.- - "' ,' -, ,., ...... .. ,, .., 4- ,,,,
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",-, you- , of trends is : Journalisin and 111,11- it and as. he pointed out the' op- '4.------040-00,-.. ----," ,, . . . .. ..--
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(10" tati66':; 1, ., ,-,- ...' Three :diamonds might make, but 4,: nalang roe sections owe ,nParta,41 rre. It: II "ell:. rka Pud, din1 ''', -,!,. ,, 4 . .. ..f , ,,,,
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' '1 1 1 '14- e,-, -4,4- i Earlier,: the arouP'1,' aaara '''.-;"1.' ant-there was no 'play :for any 1" 0,--...' ..,..',. ,' .' ,- ,. - ,, : , -ill i l .--.--. aommow, ,.:,...!:.,,, ', ''' "-,, -;,-,,
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ther nine-tricit 'contract., ,,,- ,' We have a friend In Californla separate dessert dishee or aereleg : : "!"..7':5." &'.. .' ".', IT COULD BE Y01,1.
1 south had-a sound overCall, laut who, 'is quite :"a IIspooner." Her bowl.-- .." ,' ,, -,,., ''',;.; -,!,,'.,, ,i .. 44-'4' -' ,,, .. ' 1 If
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r.' ', TO WIN LN OUR .4
:' ,,, ....... :.: ..,' ''. ,' --...;,.' report "t. on sunoreasion,lot new nothing to cause bells to .- ring. name it' Gerteude:Austin and, no- Here's', another "pour .." over"' :'.'..-::,-',"-.' '",', -!,;,.- 4 o "" r 'i' : 11
' ' '.' . ' :.' '' -. ;. t' ''''',1 froni, Herbert Brucker, editor of Furthermore he bad no singleton thing ,makes, her happler,' or her treat, -It comes frem. our' ecouta ''. 4,....:..,,..,.. ,, ...' ..,-.
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4:' ' : '. 'T.. ''.' ' ,do RICHEn I the Hartford,' Conit..-rourant" and and ,loto of defense' against : the gliestS, than to 'spoon orange o. in' Et ance end is, a Verlt, very .:-...,-.,14e, li .....,..!!,7,,,,-.
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": .' :L., ''' e:).' 4' '''' '" -. lt: I ''' ..'i, tee- en FP' edern of, Information, order and it 'was' his three-spade pudding that gets the delightful - -- -.., ,, ....,.:.,,.,. ',- ,---,:::-...::.:..,,:, ....:,...... i,. 1.1,,,,,,,,
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'orange -treatment. Makes a- gdur- '.".feall Angeuleme (4 Terrines) ,;,..,,,,..'.: ''' .....,,,!;',;,,,:;:-1,-q:' Hubert Forte 1.6u Rupert ; : ',', 1
, : ; 'IL :-.,- ''- '''' -- Of Alm VIIIIIlin,ktnn ,o0,44 awd -T, imes very Merry .Christmas,.. ,- '.. ..-., met surprise dessert. -:- ',. ' , -', 1-', --..." - ...,-0 - .---7,' ''..w.i.,-.'..'. Ili , 7 -, "4.?,-4.1-,.,.:,,:f .: Francisco Sandoval Mrs. T. J. Ebdon ,, ..,!.
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; ,s-,' -.' , , ,.. ident; tee :, Hills ', of the :,' Knight ' You South' 11: .,' Avirtiot v'' ; ' ,s ''', ',' doliby hot -but not burning, saute .'"
' FRESt1 ts all ,OUTDOORS newsollekart twos nsite4 'seem's", '' 4A 111, gis 1 9z II dh X 4 4 )' 7, 7-',7,: ....:4',"'''', ;:,, ,,,' '''.: .: ::' .. '''':,. ,., ,':',:4'.-;'-. scallops very quickly, turning se-n' ...k.,- ,- --,' .' N
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, HT nroN ,rtspyl 4-; 'door pour- opening, club bid with -one,: thoroughly. ,Dissolve gelatiniA hot van one ;up, eayy a. ,.. 77.. ,;!... I ..:',., 4. 'I : '. ; cita .1 ,.. ;1
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tained from Cdr. E. Tsylor Na-1
vy 2424: -
Cueundu Women's Club,
PION Annual, Lunsboon
, 'rims annuat :sprint luncheon" "if
the Curundu Women's Club -will
be held Wednesday, at the Union
Club. New officers wiU be installed
after the lunch, ,1 -"
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Reservations and eancellatiohs
must be made this evening by
calling hire. Abel Guibert, Curun Curundu
du Curundu 2147, or' Mrs, Richard Fifer,
CUrundu ""
r,
Pasievor. Soder Dinner
Retervatiene Still Open
,,Reserostions for the Passover
Seder dinner to be' held Wedges.'
day evening at 1;30 at the Tivoli
Guest Rouse 'may be made though
tomorrow, The dinner ; is ,,,, being
spnsored by the National Jewish
Welfare Rosrd, Ind servicemen
and their dependints will h guests
of the boar&
t Civilians wishing to risk.' reser reservstions
vstions reservstions should- call thq US0-,TWB
at Balboa 1072, Rotervotions, close
tomorrow.
E sther Circle '
Meets Tonight
Esther Circle of the Balboa U Union
nion Union Church will meet this eve evening'
ning' evening' a 7:30 tt the home of Mrs.
loss Cunningham, 1532 A, Mango
Street.
Mrs. John G. Bobwoll will be co cohostesi
hostesi cohostesi and devotionals leader.
An Interesting program has 'bees
planned for the. evening.
Vialles.6r00
(Hwy s
oiiioiNif Al i:30
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- 'Students 'of the' Doresa 411, Hes
School of, Daum aptertain
with I-dance program- over CNS
tieevision tomorrow nitht.A:oni
'WO tu- li:Tww,
The students who with, appear
arer Beverly Bowman,- Carolyn
Mounts,- Patty Best, barob
Smith, Joan Ammirati,A, Marsh
Sutherland,. Susan Trim' Honey
BalleY. Barbara Ahr; Joan Best,
Cristina Morgan, Anne Goldforin,
Deborah Goldlein. Martha Fidan Fidannue,
nue, Fidannue, Christie' Meier, ,,Pottr Com.
tont Ginger, Wert, Adele rarb rarbmak'
mak' rarbmak' Jeanie D La Pena,' Cheryl
Thomas, Jane Summer, Barbara
Hopkins. Vonnie Zemer. Lois Fin.
Jason, Givi Albritton, Patricia
britton, jenny '2: Blaney,. 4 n e t,
Smith, Barbara Toothman, Twin.
Ides, Allen, ,Miritirn Bateman, Di.
ane Wilson, and'. Carolyn White.,
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: Aline! Ward, will ,accompaT
the dancere at the piano 'rho
half-hour veliut; will include, tap,
tow, ballot, moderh, jaza sod that thatsetae"'
setae"' thatsetae"' 010000,.
her the, last pmgisito
for the' itudentli,ot the Dotes.
Weites School .sifitre. Waiter le
closing her school on April 30,,
and with het husband,' 'Randy?' la
going back to .tlir $tater to live.
They 'will 'said,. 04 the, Atalc00 on
May 10,,
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Wi'h.0010-0;:fdliot.,
(4.600.:11.0':ij0.4'0',::,:',
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evictialle
Group
; '1VASHINGTON,'.. April-20' (UPI
.i.-Tbe American Society' of News News(011Pori
(011Pori News(011Pori .Kditors ". would ue its i': an.
null tonvention with; : distitssions'
of trends is: JOUrnaliain and 14i
..,;(' -i-, -; t ,: .: .-, .' ''. : -:. ,,' ', I
i: Karlier,,'. the grOup'1,' board '-'-',,of',
direetera. elected a -' nki'''idate "'of
officers; -and ,'delegates beard'''. a
report Ton .;:' surioressionlof new
from, Ilerbeit Brudter,'. editor -of
'the Ilartferd,' COnft.'rourant" end
chairmen of the, ASNE141, Commit.
tee in ", FP', edorn of, Information,. i
L., 3: ,11:,; Wiesins,,,. executive, editor
Of AI,. littiollom'on $'',e44 sod 'Times
Kereld'and Aorr, first 'vice pres
ident for'. the oast 'veal was '"
Iete4 p r es 1 d n't-. reeeefline
neoree .. .'m ,Ileolts Jr. of the ', New
Orleans, 'Thsies-peartne., ,:'.- '-'
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'",i Tomei, '. Citledge ': et ,' the' 'New
orir ,:-, 'nines ;,, was' 7 n a mM, t;". first
'vies erestiono liAd'Ireltv. IL' Mc.'
Knicght 'el the Dills& Times .,'.11er
. aid was; chewy, -serene vice :tree.
Went', tee ;Rills ', of the '.' Knight
' newsosearts was Paine secresPre
and Wallace Tomoe,of, the ', Mil.
waukess, ;clung' was ;elected trea,
surer,r,!,,,,,,::,,,1:,..,,- .r.: ', .'",l',- "'1''''. ',
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MAILS HpUSING SPURT .' ,-.:','::'
1 ,,WAstuNitrom ,iTspyl ,,:, tib'or
'4 SeerOtill 110113Pt, IP.:. Mitchell has
IIttilied'et. Ppois 'oetvet,,s,, woven.
' men ,, TerOtt '; Chi:Ming ', that, non,
, tirm housing -lellrtil 'ha' tin', to
295,000 (unit In A thii r'' first three
mosvhs of ',Mo.'', 1r114 figure tops
it record set in 1955, .', v..... ,,

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,,,. 4' Guest House 'may be made though 7-1,-- - -. 7,-; ''- I 7 1 ' ' ; ' ,-, . t ,.. ,food,&processors, 'Abby s. lighted his enlarging hole in for- nal, inaction ov
na ', end tomorrow The dinner ,10-,! being delay" of ado; ',1
' 'MIAMI (UPI) -.IA 38-year-eld st I '' ,, N ,', i ''' ,' eign affairs, also stressed the quote labor reform legislation th I
a ic; en, e.pnsored by the National Jewis mother of our died yesterday sift: ,teimil s : unis ment',,
- .luclith's drawing was adjudged , to adopt the amendment. A vote. 1
the best ,from 'among the many ' on thit simendment deleting part', i
Fs. at 1 a Welfare Board, end servicemen er her estranged husband called ,.. w
the- Pre- and their devendinte will h guests her into the, backyard, allot her mw a re, is n --, I - , monthly prize-. winners on the ba- US:Working tapital ef the hili
, ,le expected late tomer.
sf in the bead and then took. bis t ' -.', A .,1-
o guests. of ifie boar , , ,- ' '-' row and will determine whether t
,
,. xis of originality, concept and ex.
,teffieletts - , l , ,, own Die. .- .? 's- o .1 o , f ,,,, ecution, with consederation
the bill will 'contain "bat 'Ervin ,:
nal zone t Civilians wishing to triekereser. 'The t ,-' given, to age and grade in schoo hsa described as .:Pnon-germane P'-
bell Hil' R d HI h'
s ecor II Taft-Bartle,- amendment,' dealing 1
couple's tour chudren were
ht lival s oo ing- 4
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,,, Potions
r r should-call thq IJSO-JWB in the, house et the time watc at
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, tootmsearrlhool& ;072,, Retereetlone, close te,lirevhieSioonhtildreno, a'' tfrs'otoW:by t'be , , , -- , Judith s entry won foe her and, : with external'ilfairs -between U. A
r, , , ,
',",- ;,, -7, ,, N ner mother, Mrs. Rosa R, de Cor- WASHINGTON (UPI) ,... Net Mons and management or
' ', .4. ' noise of 'what they 'thought ,were ,
- ''' Rather Circle '' ' , firecrackers,- ran outside 'to lel - '-- , '' ", doba, a week's' vocation in Lima
DEER LODGE; Mont. CUP1)--4,- every one of the 450 men behind Peru' working clOital of U.S. corpora. strictly laboe reform bill desling ?
and trip to Peru for her' tions jumped a whopping 18.100,000 with' internal affair' 'ot unions."
he ,Book meets- Tonight ' their, parents sprawled mortillY Wardell 'Floyd IC. Powell potter- the stark penitentiary walls, in 1951 as firmi paid off debts lie nid he wetted to an "an 4
nia zone Either Circle ne she Bathe ty wounded under a tree. 7 teacher, Mrs. Aurora Mutat.
- day began his crackdown on pis- Powell attended the funeral of and piled no cash and ,11.5. gov. effective bill paned ,to eorreet
d it nion Church will meet this eve- William A' Halzelt 33' magi Oners in the Montana State Pile- Deputy Warden ,Ted Rothe atter
knee All grand, prize winners will be ernment securities?. the govern- the malpractices uncovered b8' -',,
meg, so voto et the home et mre distance truck driver who move on in the wake of a hloody 35-e eerving lunch to members of (lawn la Lima via APA ment reported yesterdey. '1 our rackets committee's which be :-
0 t grout' bere last year from Dale, N.Y., hour convict mutiny in which Rothe's family that included his
otos ot ROss Cunningham,' 1531, A, Mango The rise in mists' and decline said was the purpose of 'the first
B. e Street. '', ,-, ', ', t,- t died a.few hours after the shoot shoot,
, shoot, thrto men were killed, I wife and a brother, Paul, and his Dean Of St Luke's in liabiliges boosted vmrkint,oani- five titles' of .the' ,Kennedy-Ervin
, ,' - ing. His wile,tViritinia, succomo-
El from a, 22 ealiber b 0 1 1 e t Th I t' , wife, who came here from Mil- i. tal to a 'record $119,500,000 the Se- bill, 7,, ,4, -"' -,
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, win to Mrs. John G. Bohwoll will be to- e conv c s were in reStrleted Wanke, Wie., for the services . curities and .Exchtinge Counnis. '' .' 4
ten cant hostesi ,and devotionals !alder. wo,knie In
d th head
pl:b d b.') n lie'ingn Art
a to their cells vdtbout mess hall ; To Giv
e Lecture sion said.. Its figures excluded ------ ------- it
death in An interesting program has 'been 'n
' din"-clivoerce I or yard privileges while 29 Na- The riot began Thursday When At YMCA Thursday banks and insurance companies, - -'' ,
, planned for the' evening.t-
Pe" gfle I I k tc of th ,,,' tional Guard troops systemetical one of the riot ringleaders,- Lee Working capital rime by 12,- FRIDAY
.. ,, ,. Mrs. p ze too wo, e enu enu700,000,00o
700,000,00o enu700,000,00o in the -final- quarter of -' t ,, 'i'
I se r hed ch on i t nd Sm t '' 19 id rd
y a c es c v c er r 4 -year-o mu erer
' -- 4- ,,, -- .- - t dren to her hueband's hotne to ,
ime averY Corner of the prison for con- shot Rothe in die hack and led The third lecture in the series 1958,, the ',biggeot ', quarterly in-
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...ter, orese a es roup watch televialon. A short t cadet! weapons ' 20 to 80 "hard a" n 1 t In "The God We Worship" will be crease since tho fire three months
after they arrived, Bolzel called ,- cOr ,, co v c s
APRIL 24 ';
Otherwise. the 90-year.old land the prison take-over.- held at the Balboa UMCA-USO of 1958. , ;', , ,,,,' -,,. , , t
- , , , 1 t h b k rd d
hie ,wi e in o t a ac ya an f
ovaning stone building wits quiet to con- , Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. The -overall 1950 rise was 17,-
, shot ber with a foreign revolver.
f, the Ti- ances n
6 '' "O' (F11 TV
. 3, The children geld there had been
treat to the wild battle Saturday. The other ringleader, JerrY 100,000,000, compared with in- OPENING DAY of
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Werden Powell" exhaust,. from Iles was ',murdered by Smart Dean Mainert J. Peterson of creases of about $4,300,000,000 end ., , ..- it:
' I. ,. , .) no argument prior to the shooting, th in td 'h h d h h f
nine Vill ...,- e ,., -, , ., e stra sa e a not yet w en a-tas (tree of guardsmrn, e e ra o . e w
th Cath d 1 f St Luk ill in 1957 and 1956. ,, 4 , j i I
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vo as his
mickey TOMOrr0111 AI 1: U
I 1 mg 3A '.. ''''''''''."'""""w"..""""" ' decided what punitive action he state trooper .1 owl vigilantes !peak on the subject Moses and HOWingit ei, cash 'by corpore. ,1!
nnrviirrnesrl
will., talc.e., "'piers is still quite stornied the prisoners' 'stronghold in
tr tlity.' ,Thls se.rie! is .ti esig. !!oarosiLby ,12,400.0002000.tntitir ., 't,
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' --' I A..i itt erritlor a bit of tension among the .COn- Under a berrage of bazooka, rt.
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' ,) oteto, wo writ. to let them cool flafetparndsmmaarethinceomgmunwofiroed Seconds nated to show how God is re- holdings byi government securitio, , , -: ,
veiled through the history of a expanded by an .evait billion dot dot,
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' Students of the Dorese 'Wanes Alk
q OW '' 'ars to sm2oopoo,ono, cask hold holdSchool,
School, holdSchool, of, Dancing wilt entertain off for a while," he said.
. m 7 s 1, e Wn 11" SeUiVe ide PpeunhPlitec withOut, chortle., 432,100,200,211&, ''" L ''''';' ''
E)EA-tui,, Powell a d gri 1 th t 'Th pr -da of ult,qr d 16 These lectures are open to the hits Alt the- end of MISS dotaled , ,' ' - .-
yith I-denco progrertr over ,CFNIi doom imme
Jeevision tomorrow nitht trOM .. gOing -to he real tight liontattatt,beld- ira,4- that-Orlaonaro I; Annual Sale
, ,.., ,,,, ,,,f.,...,,,,,,.. , ttrothuiongds
r:30 to" a Onn:" "1 r .''',,, -:. By OSWALD JACOSY ment for the prisoners."
terrli grwieteh very 'little 1110Ve- Who bad staged 'the rlot' as a fan-
tastic ruso to disguise an escape r
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- He said he intended to tark to attempt.' "' ,, ..,
The students who wills. appear .. Written fer NIA gordco
Ire Beverly Bowman,. Carolyn ,
,
kiountk- Petty Best, II h a r o 6 ..:, ' ,,,,
I t t ', ,! .4 4
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Smith, Joan Ammirati,A, Marsha' N--r 7 '''' 0 1 1 SNIFF... getting closet ,,,' 'I
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Sutherland, Susan Trim.' Honey ,- A 't 3 2 I ,-, -', ,I, ,
PelleY. Berbers Ahr; Joan Best, If :1004 I
4 MINIOWNWOMMOINOWInMefiklEIMEMS I ,
Cristina 'Morgan, Anne Goldftin, KJ I- ,.4. trikt,, .1,,..., ., ..

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Atlantis PTA' ,
The Atlantic 'Side Parent leach leacher
er leacher Association -will meet Lilts eve.
sing ,at -1;30 in the ill-purpose
room, of the :Coco Solo elementa.
- Cole John' C. Niikerson Jr.. wM
be guest speaker and, will show a
film ,"
TS II ry se ,
Ishe Panama Canal Natural Rig.
tory Societ,y will meet'Wednesday
evening at, at the Balboa ,USO.
7 Dr. B. to; 'Taylor' of the 'Middle
I America' Research, Unit will. ad,'
dress the- meeting-on- histoplas-1
mosis,- a foungus. causing lung in
faction which ,wak, first discover.
ed in Panama. ,-,
letembers and guests are wel wel1
1 wel1 tomed to attend the lecture. ?.
FourChildrn See
Parenis Dying liter,
Father's Gun Spree
mum' (urn .1A 343-year.old
mother of our died yesterday aft,
er her estranged husband called
her into this backyard, shot her
in the head and Ain took. bis
The couple's four children were
in the, house at the time watching 1
television. ,-
The children, attracted .by the
Tibiae of what they thought ,were
firecrackers,, ran, outside to see
their, parents sprawled mortallY
wounded under a tree.
William A. Holzel, 3S, a 1014-
distance truck driver who moved
here last year from Dale, N.Y.,
died a few hours after the shoot shooting.
ing. shooting. His wife. Virstinia, succomb succombed
ed succombed from a- .23 calibet bolls t
wound in the head. ,
,The couple bad been living apart
pending a divorce.
Mrs. Nobel took two,of the chil children
dren children to her hueband's hang to
watch television. A shal time
after they anived. Holzel called
Ma wife into tha back yard and
shot ber with a foreign revolver.
The children staid there had been
no argument prior to the shooting,
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'and eventually the' defense took
two 'clubs, three hearts and two
trump tricks. South -was down
SOO and-he did not like it it all.
.."I, know it it Christmas,' Idol
tald to North. the Christ,'',,
mos spirit cad- be csrried just,'so
far."
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Christmassy," replied North. "I
know my raise was terrible, but
I did get the openents up to the
three-level and we would prob.,-
abir have, made a profit on the
hand, ,you 'had, contented your.,
self -with a rpass.; You know:you
ha& no reason to rebid.
North was right. His raise was
terrible,- but he did get away with
it and as, he pointed out the' op opnonentirwere
nonentirwere opnonentirwere at the three level.
Three :diamonds might make, but
it would be no tragedy if it did
ant-there was no' 'play ,:lor any
other nine-trict 'contract., I
, South had-a ,sound overeall, .but
nothing, to cause bells to., ring.'
Furthermore he bad no singleton
and lott .of defense' against the
opposition. -A pass was clearly in,
order and it 'was' his three-spade
bid that 'gave East and West their
very Merry .Christmae...
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have thews taros but Our bele
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your opening, club bid with onsr I
heart. -Your partner bids one ,'
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-MEL IRAN'S numurt was before het marriage last 'week
Miss Evelyn Eue Curdts, daughter of Mrs. John Henderson'Jr4
formerly of Balboa. She was graduated !tom Balboa High &hoot
in 1954 and le now employed by Braniff Airways in Wichita,
Kansas. liergeant Ihighett servee with the Air Tome. :

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DEER LODGE, Mont. fillot)--4.
Wardell' Floyd E. Powell putter,
day began his crackdown on pris prisOnerl
Onerl prisOnerl in ,the Montana State Pris Prison
on Prison in the wake of a bloody 315.1
hour convict mutiny in which
three men were killed,
The convicts were an' restricted
to their cells vdthout mess, hall
or yard privilege' while 29 Ns.
tional Guard tcoopo systematic'l
ly searched each convict 'end
every corner of the prison for con.
eyelet! weapons. ,
Otherwise. the 90-year-old -sand
stone building was quiet in con contreat
treat contreat to the wild sbattle Saturday,
Warden Powell; exhausted from
the strain, said he had not Yet
decided what punitive action he
will lake. "There is still quite
a bit of tension among the con con'victe.
'victe. con'victe. We want to let them cool
off for a while," he said.
Powell agreed grimly that
,fithings are goinglo be real, light,
aro-und here with very little
ment for the, prisoners."
- He said he intended to tark to

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Hails From California

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We have a friend In California
who Is quite "a spooner.' Bet
name it Gertrude Austin and no.
thing Inakes her happier, or ber
guesta, than to 'spoon orange o.
ver something. This time It's rice
pudding that gets the delightful
'orange treatment. Makes a gour gourmet
met gourmet surprise dessert.
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Orange Rice Flambe
' (Makes' 41 servings)
package'(4 1-4,,onaces) riNt
pudding mix, 1 tablespoon grate A
orange pee1,14 cup fresh oran
juice, 1-3 cup light ,eorn syrup,
1-2 teatpoon salt, 1 envelope All
flavored gelatin, 2 cups orange
cht.nks, 1-4 cup brandy or ornge
axtrset.,' 4-
, :
Make itice pudding according to
packat cirections tor use favor
ite, recipe to serve 4 to GI.' Coe,
Blend in t orange ; peel:. Combire
'orange juice, corn syrup and salt
in chafing dish or saucepna: Heat
thoroughly. Dissolve gelatin in hot
gytup.-Add orange chunks t and
lest slowly, stirring occasionally.
Pour' brandy or orange extract
into center of oranges tn chafing
dish.; Allow' to heat without gtir
ling.,' Then Ignite.' Spoon flaming
Sancti over rice pudding. either to
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every one of the 430 :nen behind
the stark penitentiary walls. 7
Powell attended the funeral of
Deputy Warden led Rothe atter
serving lunch to members of
Rothe's family that included his
wife and a brother. Paul, and his
wife, who came here from Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, Wie., for the services.
,
The riot began Thursday when
One of the riot ringleaders, Lee
Sm.:krt.:At 19-year-old murderer
shot Rothe in the back and led
20 to 30 ."hard core, convicts in
the prison takti-over.
, f
The ',,other ringleader, JerrY
Miles; was qnurdered by Smart
when a-task force of guardenwn,
state, trooper and vigilantes
stormed the prisoners' stronghold
under, a barrage of bazooka, ri rifle
fle rifle and machine gun fire. Seconds
after Smart committood suicide.
'1Th A'pre-dawn assiulV freed le
hostages' timid. irs..4- thstpri were
who had staged 'the OA' as a fan fantastic
tastic fantastic rug, to disguise an escape
attempt.' 5 -.
separate dessert disheft pr serving
Here's' another "pour' 4- over"'
treat. It comes frOm our geoutd
in' Fiance and is a vent, yell
special treat for mal lovers.
. '" '
Veal Angeolstme (4 arvings)
Pound 12 veal 0411110PR to Pali'
illinness.,Blend together 12 cup
flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 14 teaspoon
ahly ground black pepper,. 14
teaspoon nutmeg,' a pinch of, etc,
arnica And a pinch of cloves,
Dredge- vry thin I, scallops
with -this spiced four mircture.
Melt 4 tablespoons butter IP' a askillet
skillet askillet and add tablespoons olive
oil and blend. When the, fat is
owliby hot but 'not burningt saut
scallops very quickly, turning se-,
voral times during the,. rocess,
Ian delicately browned 'and cook.
ed through, add 14 cup heated
cognac. Ignite, When the flame
has died glows,. transfer the seal.
lopr,to':a bot platter,. Add t the,
van ono cup, heavy cream and
blend rwith the juices in th pan.'
For, a thicker sauce,' add small
balls of beurre mania (equal parts
of butter and flour kneaded to.,
gether)." the ism over the
scallops; garnish with chopped
parsley and serve piping hot.

,
Seventy-two passengers were
booked to sail from New York for
Cristobal Thursday aboard the
Panama liner Ascots. according to
tba advance passenger list.
rive Canal employes aro among,
tbepassengera bound, for Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. They' are Mr. and Mrs..1 Ed-1
ward-Armistead; Mr. and Sirs.
Charles T. Jackson; Norman C.
Slade, and his mother; Mr. and
Mrs. ,Albert -Taylor; Ind-, Mr.
and Mro. Z. .Tbompson
and two, children.
Among 'tie e prominent tourist
passengers niling on the Ancon
will be Mr.-and Mrs., Bayard Ir.
Pope. Mr. Popo it a Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner of tbe New York Port Authority.
Mso sailing are Col. Allen M.
Pc'Pe2, a "corPorationi resident,'
zul Will.

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Judith .C. Kane student in
the fourth grade of tit Estados
Unidos School in City,
was ;sleeted the grand prize win.
nor In the fivemonth drawing
contest held throughout the eePub
lic whichwas sponsored by one
of the world's leading quaS.'y
'food ,&processors, Libby's.
lath's drawing was adjudged,
the best ,from 'among tho many
monthly prise. winners on the ba basis
sis basis of originality, concept and ex
ecution, with consederation beet
given, to age and grade in school,
Judith!' .entry won for her and,
her mother, Mrs. Rosa-R, de Con,
doba, a week's' vocation in Lima
Peru. ,and t trip to Peru for her'
teacher, Mrs. Aurora Illueca.
' All grand prize winners will be
flown to. Um via APA
Dean Of St. Luke's
To Give Lecture
At YMCA Thursday
The third lecture in the series
"The God We Worship" will be
held at Ihe Balboa UMCA-USO
Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
Dean Mainert J. Peterson of
the Cathedral of St. Luke will
speak on the subject "Moses and
Morality.' This aeries is desig
nated to show how God is re re.stesiled
.stesiled re.stesiled through the history of a
people.
These lectures are open to the
public, witbout, charge.,

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WASHINGTON; 'April 20 (UPI)
,Aricolresident Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon bailed Christian A. Herter es
"eminently- qualified" W carry
00 the policies of yesigned Seers
tary of State John'Iroster Dulles.
-Nixon made the appraisal of
Herter, selected to move up from
unersecretary..of state to, Dulles
Poet,ln remarks prepared for a
banquet of the Americo Society
of Newspaper Editors. :
Herter ,is "one of America's
foremost' students of foreign eV
fairs Ind.-. .4 tenacious and per
missive' advocate of his pews at
the corderence table," Nbton
natl.,'
"The American people gin be
confident that the -interest of this
country will be vigorously and
ably represented In any confer,
ence in Which he participates,"
the' vice president added.
Herter will attend an Apra' 29
meeUng -of Western, foreign min.
'stunt and a May,1,1 ,session of
the "big four" foreign ministers,
both in Geneva, The latter meet meeting
ing meeting may lead to a summit ender,
once later this summer,
"Chris Herter is a ma who
by background, experience a n d
temperament is- eminently quill,
tied to carry foreward Secretary
Dulles' policies and prinelples,"
Nixon said. Dulles, suffering from
cancer, resigned ThuredeT
The vice president, whose SP SPpescance
pescance SPpescance before the ASNE high.
lighted his enlarging hole in for
eign affairs, also stressed the
US:Working tapital
HI RecOrd High
WASHINGTON (UPI) 4.- Net
working eleital of U.S. corpora.
tions jumped a whoPping $11.100,000
in 1951 as firms paid off debts
and piled up cash and ,t1.5. gov.
ernment securities?. the govern government
ment government reported yesterday.
The rise in matt and decline
in liabiliges boosted vmrking,capi.
tat to a record $119,800,000 the Se-'
curities and Exchange Commis Commission
sion Commission said.. Its figures excluded
banks and insurance companies.
Working capital rime by $2,-
700,000,000 in the final quarter a
19511, the biggest quarterly in,
crease since tho fire three months
of 1956
The overall 1956 yisi was $7,
100,000,000, compered with in,
creasea of about 94,300,000,000 each
in 195 and 1956 4
HOldingit of, cash r lbY corpora.
tions rose bY $2,400,000,000., Their
holdings byi government securities
expanded by an .even, billion dol dollars
lars dollars to sm2oopoo,ono, Cask hold.
Inas , end of ing defiled
4.314,04000,000., H,
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Hubert Forte Lea Rupert
Francisco Sandoval Mrs. T. J. Ebdon
Ruth de Mendota Berta d6 Dominic'
Gladys Moreno Myron Miler
Lia Chu Angela di Cards's'
Merit Barnes
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' Commenting on Cuban Primo : 4
Minister Fidel Castro's speech to
the Attlitora Friday,' Nizoit. said
several steps have been taken :
rateably to strengthen ectmomiek .7.
of the 21 American republics. i ,",
' I,Vie eatmot underestimate., bow.,
evert. the settousnoir of the' se&
nomic problems still faced by Let- It
in America. There have been mav '.
Jot ,reduetions in :the diman4 ter ''
the basic- products Latin -Amer13,:it
ea sills in world starketsv", Pli11.- ...I
on said, , , '. 1-'
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Cuban Prime 4
o's speech to
Nixon said
been taken
en economies: -.
republics. ,,;
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Says Demo Sen!l.tor --
ROXBORO ICC. (UPI) ..."den,
Sam J ErvItt,ID-N.C.) told a '''i
Democratic rally lad night- the!
best way to insure adequate la-,' ', 4
bor reform legislation was to 11-' f
mk 'it to the internal, affair!! ot.
He defended In, amendinent hit ;
bee submitted, to the, ,ICentitdyr,' 1
Ervin bill. which he 'Volt-sPonflor.. ,1
ed with Seth John Hemmed, 1D-' .1
Mass,), The amendment wOu d 1,
delete Title VI of the bill.
He said the course Cowen! i
should follow te avoid the cala. f
nay. Inaction or delay" of' ado; t
quote labor reform legislation lb I
to adopt the amendment. A votc 1
on the amendment deleting pert',
of Ute bill -is expected late ,iomor.
row and' will determine whether t
the bill WM 'contain what 'Ervin
bee described an ,4"non-germane k
TaftIlartley amendment., dealing 1
with external' Affairs -between U.
Mons and management or f
strictly labor reform bill dealing (
with' internal affair" ot unions."
Ile nid he wanted to see "an
4
effective bill peeked .to eorreet
the malpractices uncovered by ',,,
our rackets committee's which he ,,
said was Nut purpose of ,the first 1
4
five titles' of the, Kelmedy-Ervin i
bill. z, ,,,, --

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CONGRESS HONORS ADMIRAL
WASHINGTON (UPI) Adze,
Hyman G. Rickover, "hither" of
the atomic submarine, will get a
special, congressionally authorised
gold medar at ceremonies next
Wednesday.

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Be Shbit ; 4 3 .67i 2
Baltimore, s z 4 4 -SOO 211t
Kansas 2. 5 .325' 31,1
Washington ..'S :' .325 'Vit.:-
Detroit ,1 143 : ':

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Fr Summit Hills Tourney
, Kt.
April 26 Set As Deadtine

The Juvenia Watch TOUrniMent
at Sumit Hills Golf Club offi officially
cially officially gets underway vtith' the
start of the qualifying round for
women. Each qualifier will play
eighteen holes medal play golf
to qualify.
Two Eights have been gel up
for the women making ft -possi
ble-for a total of 32 women to
' play in the eliminations. The
nal day for the ladies to qualify
' will- be Sunday, April 26. During
this week men wishing to play
practice rounds may do so but
women golfer, must be given the
tight of way.
',Players in the women's flights
will be allowed three quarters of
their handicap in the qualifying
'round and the medalist prize, a
Juvenia clock, will go to the
player having the lowest net
score.
the eliminations three-quar,
tors of the difference in handl
caps oft the players WU be al allowed.
lowed. allowed. Players must sign up be before
fore before playing their qualifying
roam& Special Juvenia scorecards
will be used for every Match and
only scores turned in on these
tards will be numbered.
, Ira addition to the watches for
the winners of each flight there
will be silver prizes for the run runners
ners runners tip and every entry will have
chance of whming the tee
prize.
Special rules have been print printed
ed printed for the tournament and every
Payer should make it a point to
get a copy and become familiar
with the Local Rules.
1 As ha the past the Chairman of
the Juvenia Tournament Commit
tee is appointing the Summit

lordan-Akins Title Battle
To Feature -Week's Boxing

1

NEW YORK (UPI)The twice twicepo
po twicepo I t paned world's welterweight
championship bout between title titleholder
holder titleholder Don Jordan of Los Angeles
and former champ Virgil Akins of
St. Louis Friday night features
Six week's boxmg program.
The two originally bad signed
to meet orev March 6, but was
moved ahead to April 3 when a
be avy tornado struck the St.
Louis area. 'Then a member of
1 Jordan's family became ill and
, the champion aske&to change the
date a second' time. '
The 23yearold Jordan won the
title from Akins by a decision
hist Dec, 5. Since then, he has
kept busy, winning nine straight
bouts. Akins, who held the title
for only' six months, on the oth otherhand
erhand otherhand has been idle since the
Jordan match.
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' The champion's overall record
is 44 victories in 55 bouts, with
11 losses. He has won 15 times by
knockout. The 31-year-old Akins
has won 49 of 69 fights, with 19
losses and a draw. He numbers
29 kayo victims.
IThe 15-round bout will be tele televised
vised televised nationally by NBC.
1 Wednesday night's nationally nationallytelevised
televised nationallytelevised (ABC) fight brings to together
gether together Spider Webb, the third
f ranking middleweight contender,
l and young Neal Rivers of Las
1 Vegas, Nev., la. a 10-rounder at
the Chicago Stadium.
f The 27-year-old Webb, who is
seeking a title bout, has W011 his
last three starts, all by knockoutl
, A, former NCAA champion and a
member of the 1952 U, S. Olymic
boxing team, Webb has an im impressive
pressive impressive pro record of 32 victories
In 36 tights.
The 25-year-old Rivers, despite
being younger than Webb, has an
edge ever--his opponent in exper experience.
ience. experience. He has had 55 fights as a
pro, winning 44 of them. In his
last bout, he knocked out Juan
1 Padilla in the fifth round for his
26th kayo. Rivers also holds vic victories
tories victories over Willie Vaughn, Milo
Savage and Tony Dupas among
ethers.

TODAY ENCANTO 35 20
Aldo Ray in
"MEN IN WAR"
Larry Parks in
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CAPITOLIO
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'EMI KEE
with Sophia, Loren
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Also:,
riart GARMENT
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representative to tne
PWGA as director of the wom women's
en's women's section of the tournament.
Mrs. Ausnehmer will be respons responsible
ible responsible for the rimming of the tmr tmrnament
nament tmrnament and enforcing the rules
las Bet down by the 'Committee.
Since many womsw playing in
the tournament are not members
of the PWGA the rule of handi handicaps
caps handicaps will be the same for the
women as the !nen. Players will
use their club handicaps as post posted
ed posted for April. Players with no
handicap. in a local club will play
from scratch.
When the qualifying round is
completed the list of players and
their stores will be turned over
to the Committee. The Commit Committee
tee Committee Will make the pairings. This
system was used on the last two
Juventa toluvement and worked
out fine.
Saturday the Mercurio Jewelry
Store turned over the prizes for
the Juvenia Tournament ans as
usual the watches and silver silverware
ware silverware are well worth playing for.
The prizes will be on display this
week.
During the past week the Com Committee
mittee Committee measured and set up new
markers 150 yards fro m the
greens on all but three par holes.'
These markers were measured
from the lefthand front corners
of the greens and we will vouch
for their accuracy. No time hus
been found to relocate the 200
yard markers which have stray strayed
ed strayed from their origina location
through being pulled up for fair.
way mowing, itc.
So that all players will have a
chance to become familiar with
the rules they are printea below.

:he MONTREAL (UPI) "This has
got to be the greatest team yet.'
ird That's the way Coach The Blake
ith Sunday described his victgrious
by Montreal Canadiens, who downed
ins tke Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-3, to
19 win a record fourth straight Stan Stanws
ws Stanws ley Cup championship Saturday
night.
ie.. "They, never let down ...,the
gave me all they had ... all three
ty lines and defense,' Blake con conto
to conto tinned. s
ird How about five cup titles?
"The way I feel now I'm just
er,
,as happy ad hell this one's over. I
at won't make any comment' about
that. Let's wait till next Bei,'
is son.'
his Bernie ,(Boom-Boom) Geoffrion,
tl the driving force for the Cana Canaa
a Canaa diens in the final games, was the
iie most demonstrative of ail the
in Canadiens. He embraced the cue,
ies placed on a platform in the middle
of the Montreal dressing room.
ite So did Marcel Bonin, the, high
an scorer in the series with 10 goals.
et. "This is the happiest night of
a my life.' said Geoffrion.
his Geoffrion scored twice Saturday
night to lead the Canadiens to
an
his victory and also scored the win wink
k wink ning goal in the Canadiens 3-2 vig vigil
il vigil tory in the fourth game in To Tong
ng Tong ronto ThursdaY.
' Maurice Richard, 37 year old
team captain who never got on
the ice in the final two games and
played only briefly in the five
, games because of injuries, was
J the quietest Canadien of them all.
1
Richard, dogged by bad luck
with serious injuries for the oast 1
two seasons, was undecided about 1
continuini his career.
-"I'll answer that next fall when
pm we go to training camp. Come see 1
;e me then," he said.

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LOS 3 WALES
with Angel Infante
- Also:
MARATHON DE
RADA',
with Luis Aguilar

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Former San Francisco Forty FortyNiners
Niners FortyNiners football star Charley Pow Powell
ell Powell takes on Otis Fuller at San
Diego. Calif., today night) for former
mer former champion Tony De Marco
meets Eddie Connors at Boston,
also today night; and Art Ara Aragon,
gon, Aragon, the California "Golden Boy'
tangles with Joe Miceli at'.Holly1
wood, Calif., Saturday Alight m
other leading bouts dux week.

tionkial Canadian
Win Fourth Straight
Hockey Stanley Cup

VICTORIA

QUIET
AMERICAN
Also:
THE BIG
COUNTRY
with Gregory Peck

- atir7ay
HirrEfts

' (Based on. 20 at bats)
NATIOHAL LBAGUI'
' AB R H Pet:
Aaron, MIL 1 26 6 '',.538
Dark, Chicago 5, 21 5 9 .429
Demeter, L.A.' 7 26 5 .423
Cepeda, sy., 9 39 9 15 .385
Alou, S.F. 7 29 5 11'-.379
Davenport, S.F. 9 35 7 13 .371
Walls, Chicago 6 22 '.361
Moon, L.A. 7 25 5 9 .3601
Banks, Chicago 8 31 1 11 .355
Cimoli, St. Louis 8 34 1 12 .353
Boyer, St. Louis 9 34 5 12 .353
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Strickland, Cle. 7 23 4 11 .478
!Udine, Detroit 7 30 14 .467
Howard, N.Y. 6 28 3 n .423
Bertoia, Wash. 8 32, 13-408
Power, Cleevland 7 25 7 10 .400
Tasby, Bahl. 8 33 8 13 .394
Carey, Ne wYork 7 28 5 11 ,.3931
Fox, Chicago 8 38 2 14 .389
Colavit,o Cleve. 7 29 5 11. '.3791
Bridges. Detroit 7 29 1 11 .379
RUNS RATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cepeda, Giants 12
Banks, Cubs 12
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 10
Demeter. Dodgers 6
Alou, Giants 7
Mays, Giants T

-
AMERICAN LEAGUE !'l
Held, Indians
Skowron, Yankees 9
Triandos, Orioles ...... 9
Stephens, Red Sox 9
Howard, Yankees 7
Strickland. Indians .. 7
Bertoia, Senators 7
Allison, Senators 7
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cepeda, Giants 5
Banks. Cubs 4
Demeter. Dodgers 3
Alm. Giants
Itlathews, Braves 3
Robinson. Redlegs 3
AMERICANLEAGUE
Held, Indians 5
Yost, Tigers 3
Bertoia, Senators 3
(13 tied with 2)

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Rased on 2 or more decisions)
NATI ONAL L EAGU E
W L Pct.
Antonelli, ,Giants 0 1.000
Purkey, Bediegs 2 0 1.000
Burdette, Braves 2 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 2 0 LOW
(13 tied with 1-0, 1.000)
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Feraresei, Indians ... 2 0 1000
Ramess, Senators 0 1.000
(14 tied with 1-0, 1000

Buffalo; Columbus,
Give Scorekeepers
Itiolom'ares In. It
NEW YORK, April 20 (UPI) --
The Buffalo Bisons and the Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Jets will be giring Inter International
national International League scorekeepers nigbt
mares whenever they meet this
season, if yesterday's, doublehead
er 'is an Indication of things to
come.' '
The Jets outlasted tbe' Bisons,
15-14, '11) the nightcap of their
twinbill after the Bisons had tak taken
en taken the opener, 10-9.
' Columbus scored in every ln lnning,but
ning,but lnning,but one in the seven-inning
second gsme,:pouring six runs a across
cross across in the third frame, while
Buffalo racked up half of Its to total
tal total in the first inning. Bobby Del
Greco, whose ninth-inning homer
lvon the first game for the herd,
also' homered in a losing cause
in the nightcap.
In other Sunday action, the
Rochester Red Wings bekt Rich Richmond
mond Richmond twice, 8-3 and 3-1; the Mia Miami
mi Miami Marlins took.a pair from To Toronto,'
ronto,' Toronto,' 6-5 and 9-5'; and Montreal
and HaVana diVided a twin bill,
Montreal winning the first, 1-0
and Havana the second 6-2,
At Miami, Forrest Smith club clubbed
bed clubbed homers in the fifth and sixth
innings to give the Marlins their
sweep over Toronto. Ex-American
Leaguer Virgil Trucks, pitching in
relief of Harry Byrd, snuffed out
a ninth inning 'Leaf rally f r, the
I
Marlins in the opener.',
Route-going performanc a by
Bob Keegan and Bob Miller en.
abled the Red Wings to win twice
from Richmond. The sweeo left
Rochester on tip of the league
standings with a 4-1 record.

DAY.vtER4v0Pbrn!TODAY

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Horror of Dracula
with Peter Cushing
Also:
TWILIGHT FOR
THE ,GODS
'with Rock Hudson

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SCO6TING HOME-A-The Stud' Lirnarx', ClaSs3r : and unbeateh.filly Miss Brunette 'scampers across ;.1
the two-and-ote-hait length)", ahead,- of." Pops 'in.'.the 12000 added six furlong 'dash
, tor- two-year7oldr -at- the president Rem .'racetrack, yesterday. ()scar' Bravo rode the winrier
While BandintyHerntridet.,,had the leg lip ,on Pops.' :; e 1:' -3- -'i

Pe, y

WOMEN'S 1LOW SCORESColonel John D. Coney, post command commander
er commander of Port' Clayton, presents 'the wcymen's low score golf award
for this month to Mrs., Mut Tamer. (U.S. Army Photo)

While the size of the crowd
was disappointing, those present
at the Margarita Little League
Park were generous and- the
naugural of the scholarship" 'kse 'kseries
ries 'kseries was a auccess financially.
The game itself was a great 'suc 'success
cess 'success for the Atlantic Little Leage Leageera
era Leageera because they clobbered the
visiting Pacific ,siders by a sub.
stantial margin, 9 to 1.
Prior to the game,. Don Rober Roberto
to Roberto and Ed Ktmkel, mamger and
coach of the Pacific Little Leagu Leaguers,
ers, Leaguers, announced that they, would
change their entire linenp-at the
end of the third inning, regard...,
less of the score., As a result ev everyone
eryone everyone on the Pacific squad was
in the ball game. The, Atlantic
Little Leaguers, also c-h a nged
their personnel,' using 1 players.
However,, two boys played the
entire game; Quinn, and Kamin Kaminski,
ski, Kaminski, pitcher and shortstop of 'the
victors.

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Luther Quinn was the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding player on the field. Nominat
ed as the pitcher for the Allan Allantics,
tics, Allantics, he held the Pacifics-to five
scattered hits and ..was never in
danger. Ile missed a shutout
when in the last inning .the vie vieitors
itors vieitors put together two hits ,for
their only run..
, At' rough as' be -was 'on ,the
mound, Quinn was rougher, with
the, bat. Coming .44', the 'plate
1
three times he homer twice
and smacked a double. hortstop
1(arpipski also, hit one. o of the,
park. 1 .' 2'
'In the first innisav Ebdoir -of
the Pacific Little League ''gor ,,a
double down the 'first 'base foul
line. Q u i ni however, quickly
snuffed s any possible- Pacific 'ral 'rally.,
ly., 'rally., The Atlantic's leadoff, 'man,
Motta, got' on via, an infield ,hit,
and the next. two' .were rapidly
retired,' briging Quinn- to bat and
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Pacific
Peore, .Ib
Hoenke, lb.
Ebdon,' 0
Ostreai P-ss
Mukulich, rf
Hermany; cf
Mack, cf
Engelke, 2b
Evans, 2b
Hunt, is
Fontaine, ss-p
Darden, If
Burda,', If
Blaney, 3b
Hummel, 3b''
Robinson, c

he poled the ball over the right
center field wall.
Both sides 'failed to score. in
the second frame, but in the
third Karpinski with one out and
bases -vacant, hit his round trip tripper.
per. tripper. Next batter went down and
again eame through with a dou double,
ble, double, and, he scored when Evans
hit safely.
In the fourth inning, the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic siders took a liking to the of offerings
ferings offerings of little Bobby Ostrea and
before the fire was put out Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic had five runs and Master
Quinn had his second homerum
Fontaine was called in for the
Pacifica 'and he stopped the At At!antics
!antics At!antics without a hit or fun dur during
ing during his -term on the mound,
In the final inning, Pacific's
Glenn Evans reached first on a
single? advanced on a passed ball
and fielder's ,choice Hummel hit
a sharp grounder th'at took a hop
over the second baseman's head
for a single and the Pacifies had
their only run.
:-Next Saturday morning the Pa--
elite Little, League be tlie
hosts 'to .the ,Atlardie Side, at the
Little League Stadium on the
Gailliard Highway. The game is
'scheduled for 10 o'clock.
The' b9x score:
Pocific AB R H
POore,,,113 2 0 0
Hoenke, 1 0 ,0
Ebdon,' p 2 0 1
Ostrea, P-ss 1 '0 0
Mukulich, rf 1 0
0 0 ,0
Hermany, cf 1 0 0
Black, cf 2 0 0
Engelke, 2b 1. 0 0
Evans, 2b 2 1 1
Hunt, is 1 0, 1
Fontaine, ss-p 2, 0 1
Darden, If 1 0 1
Burda,'. If 1 0 0
Blaney, 3b 1 0 0
Hunimel, 31i' 2 0 .1

ICitmee, e
Atlantic

Motta,
Redman,
Karpinald,' as
Sanders, 3b
Brooka,-2b1,:
Quituri,1 t.
Evans;
Hutebings
;'
Elidon; If!
Sanebese lb
D Boyrip:lb
Thompson,' d
Austin, rt
Rietkohli 3b"
Render -el
Cotdeytt: et 1,

AB R H
2 0 0
1 0 ,0
2 1
1 'O. 0
1 0
0 0
1 0' 0
:2 0 0
1 '010
' 2 1 1
1 0,, 1
: 0'1
1 0 1
l 0 0
1. 0 0
2 0 :1
0
2. 0 0

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0,1 0
'2 2 1
1
'0 0 0
, 3, 3'3
2 0,1
;0', 9 0
0 ,0
'',?', 0 0' 0

2 1.1
1-0' 0
1'0 0
2,0:0
1 0 0
2 0, 0
'0'0

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. FIRST RACE
Terraria $5.60, $3.20
Fija $3.20
, SECOND RACE
'' Ionia& (exclude:I from
ting) v-
-- Doff& Flora $4.20; $3.
Corviglia $7.20 t
First Doublet t $14.10
: THIRD RACE' v
,Shpa $15., $5.80
Chao $5.40 '
,

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4u1u-6.1

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' FOURTH RACE ',
Trancisquite (excluded from
from betting)
2 $9.60, $5.-
3 -- Tanganica $32.80 r-
$325.60 ,e
e FIFTH RACE
Bhie Paint $3.20, $3.
2 Bladc Jet 33
,
SIXTH RACE
1 Gouvernant 37., 34.
2 Paquiro 66.
SEVENTH RACE ;
1 Yucatan $3.60, $2.60
2 Maniart $3.60
Socond Doubt': $1230
EIGHTH RACE
1 Don Vito $1.3.20, $4.80
2 ,-- Don Grau $2.60
Ouinifola: $19.40
NINTI4 RACE
1 -- Miss Brunette,$3.80, $2.60
2 Pops $2.40
Ono-Two: $5.40
' TENTH RACE
1 Ail $3,20, $2.20,,
2 Hurlingham 32.20
' ELEVENTH RACE
1 -- Alcaraz $11.;36.60
2,--ePan Tostado,.84.80
Ono Two: $53.40

John Kelly Ca,rries
U.S. Hopes Today
in Boston Marathon

BOSTON (11PI) School teaeh teaeher
er teaeher Johnny Kelley will carry Vnit.
ed States' hives against a glit glittering
tering glittering foreign field in the 63rd
running of the Boston AA mara marathon
thon marathon today.
And it promises to be a stiff
task for the 28-year-old English
instructor from Greton, Conn.
He will be facing one of the
most imposing arrays of foreigtn
talent in years for the 26 miles
385 yard grindfrom suburban Hop Hopkinton
kinton Hopkinton over half a dozen grueling
hills into downtown Boston.
Heading the list is Finland's
Veikko Karvonen, inner, in 1954,
and -three representatives from
JaPan. Nobuyoshi Sadanaga, -29-
year old' Japanese marathon
champion, has twice placed in the
first 10 finishers. Twenty-yearold
Takayuki Nakao and Akira
Hatsuku, 30, are entering for the
first time. t. 4
Johnny Kelley of Action, Mass.,
no relation to the younger Kelley,
won the race in 1945 and will be
competing for the 29th time Mon,

Host,Team. Captures
Top' Honors in ''341h
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Kansas Relays
LAWRENCE, Kan..' (UP
Some 1,200 athletes compete in'
the 34th Kansas Relays, but the
host track team dominated' the
classic in what' has nearly,; be become.
come. become. a habit., ' r
Speedster Charlie Tidwell
played a heavy,,role for t'he Kan,
sas University -performers when
he -won the ,100-yerd dash, an anchored.
chored. anchored. the -victoriouir quarter quartermile
mile quartermile relay' '4,14, an ', upset over
Texas, and ran a leg on the,'Avin the,'Avinning
ning the,'Avinning sprint medley quartet.
Coach Bill Easton, was strong
in his praise for the sldner junior,
from 'Independence,t Kan., declar declaring:
ing: declaring: ,'),'4111e' put on-. a magnificent
show in his carry, on the sprint
medley and anchor leg of the 440.
These two carries plus his, win
in the 10 made, this the greatest
relay', day in his :college career
to date.':-,7- 'rkt
,The Kansans iion: seven eventit
on, the rain-soaked cinders as five
records fell despite ,cool, cloudy
weather. '1 : :
Clif- Cu'shMa -) also wa
nent in, the- Kansas dominance of
its own relays, anchoring the four fourmile
mile fourmile and. two-mile teams to vic victories.
tories. victories.
Eddie Southern showed his
usual brilliance -by' anchoring
Texas to wins in the 880 and mile
baton' tuns while Gall I Hodgson
pushed Oklahoma in front in, the
distance medley ,,,
.
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Teams
Milwaukee
San Francisco
es'Angeloa
Cincinnati ;
Chicago
Philadelphia'
St. Logic:.
Pittsburgh!.-,,?,

'1. ''',,Today's Games -t ,.--
.J.Philidelphia at Pittsburgh (N)
San Francisco at Los Angeles 11
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St. Louis 000 100 0011.4
San Francisco 011 010 5$0z-11 10, 0
jackson ((04),' Bresnan, and
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Chicago, -.5: 300 000' 000-4 4,', 1
Los Angeles 2 010 010 05x..-$ 12,
Ilillman (1-0,7 Martin,
and Neemat. n-
Podres (14) and Roseboro,. Pig;
natant).
Philadelphia 002 020 100-;.' 5 46 0
Cincinnati '141004 201r.42 12 ';0
C4etts,,, (0-1i, Bitort. ,Tor;olt.
Meyer-and Began; Thomas.:

Plitsturgh :Mihvaais
: (Ilostponed, rabt)

By MILTON RICHMAN
NgW YORK,, April 20(Fil-41
, Laugh- when you mention the
"sophomoie Jima because -that's
what Orlando Cepeda lnd the San
Francisco Giants are doing. -4
Cepeda, the National League
. "rookie of the Tear" last', season,
certainly tan afford to giggle with
a cool .385 batting mark and a fed fed'
' fed' hot hitting atreak Aim' straight
,

So can the Giants, now -on the
threshold of first vlace and mak making
ing making a legitimate pitch at the yen yennant
nant yennant in their second,year at San
Francisco.

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167 214

The Giants climbed into' a vir virtual
tual virtual tie for the lead with the
Braves when they beat the Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, 3-1, yesterday. Southpavt
Johnny Antonelli subdued St. Louis
On eight hits fo rhis third straight
victork. Cepeda started Bill Rig Rigney's
ney's Rigney's creW on their way to victory
when he doubled off loser ..Larry
Jackson in the second inning and
rode home on, Felipe Alou's sin single..
gle.. single.. He added. single later in tbe
game. Willie Maya drove in,:two
of the Giants' runs,
Cincinnati poured if on ,for a
12-5 win ever Philadelphia .whilp
Los Anaolst 'walloped Chicago,
8-3. The Milwaukee-Pittsburgh.
game waw postponed because of
cold weethere, : 4 ,,
In the America League,' Kansa
City handed Cleveland ita first de,

-77 7-, City handed Cleveland its, first de,
feat of the season after six straight
victories, 4-3 but the Indians 'still
illireit retainded first plsce,, toted Sox
64,1. VI!, VOriet ,5-112 declisio thee
341h an ees in inn ngs and, b
',, Orioles and Senators ,split a dou doubleheader
bleheader doubleheader Baltimore, winning, the
, opener, 7-5, and Washington taking
lys, the nightcap,,,,,,4-24 Cold weather
. caused POstponement of .the De.
(UPI)' troit-Cbicago game. ,
ipeted
but the Frank ilobinson slamtried hitt
ated the third homer,,and drove in four runs
!arty; be- es the Iteds mauled the Phils,,
' r, cinnati ,tut together twn tour:tun
itst e.h, wKhae iiroesbti nue utabt b beu rosweteso, s
Tidwell rallies; RObinson highlighting the
wndithinanintwg!):thienliesiven;
credited with the
quarter victory, when be took over for
'et c'v,er starter Jim O'Toole' and held 'Phil 'Philthe,'n"
the,'n" 'Philthe,'n" adelphia, to ono tun -over the ,last
42-3 Jim. Owens Was' the
s strong
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Jume'' :WARY ,,Moon's single 'Nviih the
declar,
sp' rat: bases loaded .,broke, a''3-3 tie and
kiluiticein: opened the gate tor a tive-run ral ralt
t ralt 'the 440. ir in the. eighth inning that, pow powhiv
hiv powhiv win ered the Dodgers to their.triumth
ort"t dyer 'the Cubs, Lefty Johnny Po PoAres
Ares PoAres beld the Cubs to four bit& io
gaining -his first victory and ,wati
e'v'enn' ti backed up by a 12-hit attack that
aellotuidvye ineluded a homer ,,bv Duke Snider
in the third inning, The homer was
the 332nd of Snider's'career and it
1,,,roini. moved him to 10th place, ahea4 of
inmate of Hank Greenberg, on the, ell-tittle
the four- malor league list, : -,- t
s to ,vic- Pinch-bitter,, Zekt Bella ot Kan Kan,
, Kan, sat City was the Amin who burst
wed his Cleveland's victory bubble. Bella
inchoring came through with a ninth-inning
and mile double. with,,,the bases loaded off
Irlodgson Herb Score, whn had held the A's
It in, the scoreless' until they tame up with
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, Only' game scheduled.
7Testirday'i Results:
New'York 100 011-001 000-4 12- :
Boston 003 000 100 001-5 0
tucks, Sturdivant; Duren (04)
and Howard. ,
Detock(KielY (1-0) and Whit0,;
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Washington' 1 100 003 001-5.11. ,,,,
Baltimore:, 1()0 000 600,412 1:
Pascual, (0-2), Hyde, Clevenger
aid Fit Gerold.
O'Dell; Wilhelmr,' E. 'YohnsOn
.0); Bamberger and Triandos.
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Washington 010 210 000-4' 7 1'
BaltiMore 200 000 000;-2 0
Xemmerir and W; Porter.
Harshman,, Stock, (5), 'Brown (7)
and Triandos. P.
Kansas'CitY 000 000 004-4 0 0
Cleveland 001100 001-4 0
, Herbert (1-0) and HoUse.:
Score q4) and Naragou,
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hOinereti 'in the ninth before Be Dee
smash. Wood's:, Held hit, Ids fifth
homer, oUthe season or the Tribe,
in the bottom, of -the-ninth:off "UV
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ser Rey Hebert-
, Frank ,htelseneis hemerinthei t.11
.12th Inning off Rya, Dare was
the blow that won for,) Boston.
, Enos 1Country),! Slaughtevsent
, the same Into Metro inttinge with
ninth.isning hermit, elf Red Son
',starter Ike DeLeek, hot Lee K
ly blanked, the Yankees the, rest
' of the way to' 'ern his first-vie.
tory. Gone- Stephens. and -Norm'
Siebern, Vie hit homers. :
Home runs bt :
brew and Lemon helped the
Senators to their, nightcap, Victory ,,,
ove rthe .Orioles Baltiniort
strbtched, Its winning streak
to four games ht. winning the
opener with a sit-run rally. in the
seventh Inning.- -,
Russ 4tettimerer hurled eight.'
hit' baU for -,, Washington' IS' the
nightcap.,t0 beat 'Sack. Harshman,
who suffered his third straight
loss.:, :,
.in the Opener,. thi Bena,thiS' led
4-1 behind Catnilo Pascual until the
big Seventh when the. Orioles' put
togetherk'qour,,,hiti for two' runs.'
Pascual was the loser although re.
liever Dick Hyde forced in one sun
with 1071111f And yielded,1,:two.run
single to, Bob', Boydc Reliever Er-',
nie Johnsonwformerly of ,
kee; was credited with his first
Xt. friumph.-Beno Bertoia bow
e,red for Washington. ,': t
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'While the size of the crowd 'he poled the ball over the right
' in'-Bost n' Matalhon' - ', , .. ,: ,, ly filanked the ,,Yankees -the, rest ,.
was disappointing, those present center field wail. , ,, ,, , '''10' ean the- Giabts;'-,noW -en-tb. e -6i1 tha we). to' Men his.,,firervie,,.'
at the Margarita Little L'eelitie BOSTON (1-1PI) ---'School teaele threshold of -first niece- and mak- tory.. 'Gone- Stephens. and',-Nerm.
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Park were generous and- ,the i- Both sides 'failed to score' in er Johnny Kelley will carry Dnit- ing a lgitithate pitch at -the pen- Siebern..ilse hit homers. .'- ,
brew- and ,JiM Lemon helped the ,, ,
naugural of the scholarship" 'k.se- the second frame, but in the ed States' hOpea againat a glit- nant in their second,-y,ear. at Sa,11 :l'atm e- 'rtm'''' ;14-''' 4 1'....'n' Srm ea. ran" 'e'.,..
ries was a auccess financially. third Karpinski with one out and tering foreign field in the 63rd, Franciscn.:, ..', -. ;, ,..,,,,;,.,.!,,:,,1 .;,.1- 1:;,
The game itself was a great 'sue- bases -vacant, hit his round trip- running of the Boston AA mare- ,'
cess for the Atlantic Little ,Leage- pert Next batter went down and thon today'. ' ' The' ,Gients climhed. inin' it vir-' Senators to their nightcareVictory ,,, ,,,,
era because they clobbered ,- the a :gam eame through with a Mu- And it promises ,,to be a stiff tufa ,tie for, the ',lead with :,:' the o're rthe .0tioles,,afteritaltimore -, ,
visiting Pacific skiers by a nib. hie,- and he scored when Evans task for the 28-year-old English Braves ,when they. heat:the ,Cardi- had strtehed, its 'winning streah,, ,,
stantial margin, 9 to 1. ' hit safely. . instructor from Graton; Conn. nals, ,,' 3-1, yesterday.,-:,, Southpew to four -- games' b -:winning ', the -- .: ,
Prior to the game,. Don Bober- He will be facing one of the JohnnyAntonelli subdued St. Louis opener with a sit-run rant in the
to -, and Ed Kunkel, mamger and In tbe fourth' inning, the Atlan- most imposing arrays of foreign on eight hits fo rhis third straight seventh inning.' i.'', .,.:1. ., ir-,
coach Of ,,the Pacific Little Leagu- tic sidera 'took a liking to the of- talent in years 'for the .'26 miles victors'. cepede started Bill Rig- ..:''' ' ...' -: - .' - ' ''
era,. announced that they,, would ferings of little-Bobby Ostrea and 385 yard grmd'from suburban Hop- ney's ,crew ,on their way,'to victory '11,'itlitisbas u!' -K tonir m.,, weraesrbihnuerloend 'I, ileigthhts-'.r ,,
change their entire lineop -St ilie before the fire was 'Put out Allan- kinton over half a dozen grueling
end of 'the third inning,. regard- tic had five rims and Ms s t 0 r hills into downtown Boston. ', 3ackson in the. second'. inning and nightcap Ad beat,' jack Hershman, '
when he' doubled off loser, ',Larry
less of .the mere.. As a, result,.- ev; Qiiina had his second homerun. Heading the list is- Finland's
eryone on, the Pacific- squad was Fontaine was called in for the Veikko Karvonen, inner, in, 1954, Mt, He added. singlniater hi the' loss.:, 1,- -,,,';:'''''''' .,, ',.: -:,,:l.,., -... ..,,,';,,,,,-,,, ,
rode honie. on, Felipe Alou'le,sin. who stiffered hiS.:thirti ?straight ..,
in the ball game. The, Atlantic Pacifies:and he stopped the At- and -three representatives from,
Little Leaguers, also cit a n g et, !antics without a hit or fun dur- JaPen. Nobuyoshi -Sadanaga,,- 29- ,, ., ,, ,.. 'In th Openery the SenatorS' led ''
of the Giants' runs,'
their personnel,''using 11 players. ing his, !term on the mound, year --,,- eld. Japanese marathon ,,, ,,, ....:,,, -;, : ,....,' ...1 , .';..'''.,, -4-1 behind Cathilo Pascual until the i
pacific's first .10 finishers. Twenty-yearHowever,,,
two boys' played -.the , '.., .' -,,,, champion, has twice placed in the
game.,' Willie 'Mayi drove inlwo 1; ;- 1 : ':-..'. ,- '.,,,,. ....,,- ',: -,'
Cincinnati '2 pow
entire game; Quhan and Karpin- In the- final inning,
old Takayuki' Nakao-, and Akira ausipela while'. together ,,e,-k four hitt; for two. runs; ,.
ski, pitcher 'and Shortstop of ills Glenn -,Evans reached ,first on a
Hatsuku, 30, are enteringior the 12.5 win, evoi phiVedi i Lon'ler a'' big Seventh when the Oriolem put ., ,
,Pascual. was the loser, although re- -.:.' .. ,,
victors.. 7, single?: advanced on a passed ball
first time. liever Dick Hyde forced in one gun ',' , I
,, .,. ,.,,, , ,, les Angels, i. 'Walloped Chicago
8-3. i The i Milwaukes-Pittsburg4,
, and .belder's ;choice Hummel hit
Johnny.. Kelley of Action, Mass.,
'Luther' Quinn was ,the, outstand- a sharp gromder that took a help
no ,relation to the younger' Kelley, '. ., single. loi-Boh,.BoycL' Reliever Er- ,,
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Mg player on the field,Nominat- over the -second baseman's head won the race in '1945 and will be.
, cold weetherv. ,.. .. i ,,
' game wale postponed beceusenf with a ',walk and, yieldettlitwo-tun, -, , ,,
.,. i...;,' ',';''':1..,' .. ;- ;14 nie Johnson,, formerly' of MilWalt.' ,, '
ed as the pitcher 'for the Allan- for- a siegle and the Pacific had kee,' was credited ," with hts first ,," ,,, ,, ;
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Brian London mit or 1113Y -not
bl ;,,te worst heavyweight-ever to
cl:allenge for the chempionsMp
in our cotmtrt. This sort,of thing
k ys. comes down ,to a piglet
o c inion, and no 'matter,. how
I lc ng and considerable 1, 4he
te:L:mony may be, 'the zone, of
dr!te is never completely clos closVhat
Vhat closVhat weakens n s,,,post s,,,posttion
tion s,,,posttion . or' strengthens it- if the
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idea is to Prove' he it Actually the
wore is the low', esteem in
which he .is held by British box boxing
ing boxing writers. Years of dismaland
,dreary contact svithhouiegrown
0 lookas qualift these-gentlemen
outstanding authorities, It
st be granted,t then that liteY
know a stinke when thetseeehe.
One of the customers directs
us Opta less-complex and more, a--
grokskble subject, namely, who. wee
the best foreigtwc7to,fight fcc the
heavyweight' title own here?. Bob
Fitzsimmons may 'have teen, but
we know no more about him than
we do about.thr last oft the dino dinosaurs;
saurs; dinosaurs; less, in ,factfbecause sve
did get a chance, Pee and study
Primo 'Camera in action, ,' ,
George Oattpentieri ,i,n his
, prime, wao a fine middleweight(
but es a beavyweight challenger
he was r so pillently inadeoda'e
promoter; Tex Rickard, expected
a pledge front ,tack Dernnsey fo
treat r the Freughtnen, with com compassion
passion compassion in the early roundc,,,This
was the first milflon-dollar gate
and an unmitigated BASCO WOUlli
have lzwrs,n quite emberrarsints., :
Lido !rime-- became ki.,,,, historioal
mr-eum ',11ece heceduse of a lab0-
rer's negligence: ,in teeing, up tbe
ring at the Polo-, Groundi tots
faceless collaborator with,a caori caoriclone
clone caoriclone destiny failed to' tighten the
ton rooel; Ducte, the,,,' sag, that e
woo no t supbort,t., and. Dempsey;
half hit, half noshed,' fell 'nut of
the ring, 'thereby contributing 't01
posterity rond of,the most me10-
dramatic and enduring of 11134111-1
, Max Schmeling was far and
away the; 'best of be invading
heavyweights, A -rho i night be
'knocked, out 'tee Louis:, ha wall
tremendous: And yet the German
never fullY realized' on his poten potentialities.
tialities. potentialities. He did not fight', often
enough awl Oen' too 'much time
in the fatherland ,- where ,, over overripe
ripe overripe natters,- were ',limited in
number and lusefulness.; ,!-,, i ..;

' One, Great Sottish
Betweem the's firso en-cl second
fieltsi an, interval, of two years,
Pchnielieg fought ,,- four ',times,
Louis I
In 01(.4 first Jight.' Schmelins
domed, I.Ande in 12 mundst. in the
second, Lergy dettroyed S'chirelt
ing in ,tmeWhether the result
would bays .been any,different if
Schmeling had beet:Iv:ore activt
is idle conjecture.
PerhaPs the only digerene
ivoulA have ,been os to duration.
Por if Schmeling bad been. great
the night be bombed, the Itomber,
Loult was even grester in hit MO.
ment of vengetnce. The two rest
Thee bad mtde SAhmeline wgit
bad been put to wise Ind fruitful
use: touts had grown in noise,
rtne savvy,' combat 'Aterdnest-,
also, be bad shortened. his honk,
ohernered htlk speed, improved big
foe' balance. , '
Nevertheless, 'this wgs different
Schmeling. older soA,,glmver, end
hence less ortnidable thtn the
men who. ort the egelieo 0011 V.In01,
had shsketroft Louis' best shots.
erottnoot him- in fourth
'thMigb unable to see with
hig eve,, now ringed
kent banging iwgittuntil he drottn
et, aglin, timt Ole
this Imo, for keen,. On this
rinht, at' least Sesleallat was ts
rood Its blevwet,,thtg come. t
' Herd 'Way ,
, Sehme'l b:esn'riche'4 vAcitor'y
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LOW SCOREItt-:hie,menhtly iolf awerd for the lowest score in
the'men's division is presents te Ede. Brnest A. Bolton by Col.
John D. Cbney, post ccmthender of Port, Clayton.1,,
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courage that makes,for one of,the
few.human dignities the ring can
claim. lie bad taken a bad beat beating
ing beating in the' opening stages, his
mouth was ,cut, his nose bled, his
eye, had hogun to close' as, early
the third round. '
The referee, Arthur Donovan' was
to reveal later that he had con considered
sidered considered stopping the fight in the
10th lewd, and,,again 'in the' llth,
such NilaS' hts concern ',,ever
Schmelingti battered eye'. ."But-I
bY, then he was out in front and
be 'was still strong and so'l decid decided
ed decided to let it go one more round.
anYway.tt
The ',."one more reund" beeame
tbe knockout round. 0
'Donovan- was '100 percent Tight
about'Sehmelthrbeint aftetig.-At
the-, finish,: the fighter reached
through the,,repei and' with one
hand, easily pulled 200-pound
,Braddock into the' ring with him
to pcise for the 'photographers.
,"I just :wanted to shake hands,"
Mumbled 'the startled Braddock.

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NEW- YOILIC ,(UPI)--The
GoL ASSOCi10011, long- atcustomtd
to the beefs of the b11198141 brigade
responueo ,to"- a snorting,' NM
Snead today, Oat it desired only
championship conditions the
U.& Open at Winged Foot in June.
- Tne pro golterd annuallysrisi annuallysrisicize
cize annuallysrisicize the '")course tar which the
Open, r goll's -most -coveted 'prize.,
is, played, Slarnmin',.Sam jumped
the complaint,gun by charging he,
fore the New ,Eogland Trofession
al' Golfers Association., that7 the
USGA sets, up a ob
statle, cows" -for the, Open. ,'
Ily .innuendo, the VSGA, retorted
that the prof play manymdog"
courseip th don t know good
cha p, teat, when they see

"At most, doubt ey play
four good:, eourses a 4year," ex.
plained ,Joe Dey; executive some.
tary .,of the ,USGA..,t1VVe are i n
terested in championship condi conditions,
tions, conditions, not in, tricky or unfair
course, 7, and we,. frequentli PUU
the host club back from ex extremec"
tremec" extremec"
-The pros ,,complahi almost so.
?wally that the Open 'Course is
made ,into a omit& because the
host club doesn't want its course
made to look ridicitiously easy-by
the,: Ong sharp nutting
pros. Thus L, tees ere lengthened,
isirways are narrowed, 147aos are
increased g and4r,:, enlarged and
every other conceivable barrier to
iost coring is, instituted,

'; Is Perfect
The worst atrocity inks :Detroit's
Oakland Hills in 1951 where, trips
ware, Placordeliberstely to eatch
prolength, drives. bunkers bins.
somed mushrooms, and the
greens were shaved ;lightning fast.
Itgedinah',4, ,4949 Anetituted
c'hsinges which lengthened he 17th
hole oneshotter,1 over water,
into one billed Tthe toottltest
hole in the world,t! VSGA officials
bmtned its extra length' tee. sittv
ply .,because, 25 per :cent of the
nsver wootil bave soften
'Oast thalthole witbout committing

beoIt-rf, l'-' :
Soother1,10s at Tulsa, where
the ..Open wii olsywi lost weir,
was 4. mignificelt cotirse.Ilosol
tolitAt Iteft ii.is host club 4.4tray
when It'debtrlect ou nertV Sittii for
lot tram, linA came on w;t1t It sill.:
ere mixtroce somewtst skin to
19,,ifat lvteth Ir',Vol. Tittlig icflistrit
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tolle4 1,1,9 one trio. ri snit ,out
of'.040",': 'f' ;"'.: '''.,.
, tiTliere is 110 ClUeSt1011 Nit What
Obi 001'-rs 0411 erl'4r12e 1110MW 01..
I pectil of rtne of :-the, courses,",

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1 1 i 4 1,,,By :14ill.tY,4, gR4Y$C11,., ''',,
f" '114EW' Yaltr.(fIBA) '',;,,- With &II
g Ilia money Tom ---, Yawkey tossed
,. I arouncteo loosely on bonuses you'd
7I,O, susPect that the Red Sox would
,,,:::,11 show up one. fine- spring with at
::,'A least one or two shiny neW faces.
:4 l'', But-it hat .beenAlle. same.,,, old
'''''''A tory down through the years,
k,:,,,,,,. s ,
:;:,:k...,' and here is''another 4 Boston edit
:i:.!1 tion 'patched up by the usual 'allq 'allq.i;O
.i;O 'allq.i;O ment- of 'well-used I' partiivic partiivici
i partiivici Wertt," Pete fRunnelli Ind Jim
,-44 Busby., Gary Geiger,,--4 4 22-year4i!J
old outfielder', came '- from 'Cleve 'Cleve;44
;44 'Cleve;44 land with Werts in rexchapga! tot
,::it.', Jim PiersalL r':.--- -7'7.'' ' '-
t. t :,-, 4 1 r A 1
::'::41 i By, this thng 'hasetieu men are,
...,,:.A convinced 'that 11114 'Conholo,'wh
''';--4 was ',,paid'490,000, or something
::1 like lt : will never-hit "' enotigh to
::::4 be intthing 'more than a utility
:' :1 infielder.- s'-' Marty '" Keough, 'WhO,
:: .'::' got $100,000, is listed as, nothing 1
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:.,,. MOre : than an., extra ---,.outhelder,
::-:::: behind such al Busby. Gene Ste Ste:::
::: Ste::: ,4 phew, -- and young Giger,,7",,,,, ,,,
'',..,',.::1 Save for' Jerry Casale and Hay,:
:i::..A. wood Sunivan,;:.si' battery' 'Which
,,;i stHI has to prove itaell after col-
:t 1 lectipg $100,000 for- signint,',, Con Con.
. Con.
. solo : and, Keough-, art,. tlkop only
,,I'3,':, prodUcts of., the ,,, Sosoit!':-rieord
ii';,,1 bonus bitige of 1952-$3,, when 1, ma--
NO jor,league lubs were, trying to
;I I beat tht,deadline-;probibiting Ore.
1,.0i RliUM "layers from beiht sent' to

the minors. -
.-.THE ItED SOX OAVII UP so
much money to talent in that
stretch that the San Jose elub of
the California Leaguei ,to wMch
most of the drtheenomsni were
sent, were .ealled, the Gold Sox.
Baseball writers .,kidded about
their being 'driven to and, froM
the park in an armored truck.,,
A successful league baseball
operation is based on finding the
talent at its sourceon sandlots,
in high school and", college. 'Fa 'Famous
mous 'Famous scoUts--Plui, Joe
Devine and Bill Boriekkept the
Tankett, consiatenr dowd through
the -years. Maguolo, operat operating
ing operating 'Out of St. Louts,- has Bill
Skowron, T6ny Xubek and Norm
Siebert on the' present New York
vievt of what. has happened
te Red Sox "finds," they mitat
have had blind men scouting for
them.' What Bucky the
old new general 'manager, needs
most is'a scout to find 'scouts,
men;who know ballplayer when
they see one. '

IRONICALLY. 'TNI SLICKEST
ballplayer the Red Sox have came
up 'with on their own in more re recent
cent recent years is' Frank Malzone, the
best third baseman in-tbe Ame American
rican American League. They -stumbled into
him in New Nork's Bronx at a
total cost of $50,--r, s
4Young Geigerwho opened in
left field because Ted WIlliarns
bobbed up :with his, ;usual spring
paid, wavtossed into ,the ,,,Wortz
dear-Ind ',ticketed for-Allentapo-'
lis. Geiger caught on by batting
.400 in Arizona: It was playing
the kid ahead 'of Rocky' Colabito
'last spring that cost' Bobby gra gragan
gan gragan the managing job-e Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. lelaybe Bragan had someq
'thing tbere, although hardly
enough to, keen, 'Colavito in the
dugout. Anyway,, Geiger,' re reformed
formed reformed lefthand) pitcher; has &-
nice 'swing and lit rnn and
throw. ''''
This could' be, another Mahone
leakaft accomplished ballplayer
stuffed6down the spendthrift Red
Sox' throats.,
IS Seems that this is the only'
way this outfit win everfind good
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Any admits. Atter all, ,11cL course
it absolutely perfect. But give us'
the, benefit of the doubt and d dn.
n. dn. 'that, vie. Or, our beet to come
as' tlose to. :perfection ss. possible.
:t.'44114,we're 'asking it a funds.
mental'',champlonslup test,' What
is that,: Is it an easy tourse
where you can shoot, 62 or 64? ,Or
is- it a fine course where you re.
good,shots and penalise poor
; Spagilles Standards
'.111he fact Me IISGA wants ite
Year's toughest test of golf for the
game'si op:title. Yet it does sped.
ly general atandards. As erample,
on par-four holes the average
widthr of the fairway must be, 32
to 25, yards.-a with 4t,,, a dollar
two.lich rough twO Yards' trom6the
fairvia. Beyond that ,the primary
rough is foal to five 'inches deem
v: On &the greens, them la '30.
inch dollar of chipping height ivith
a second six.foot collar two inches
deep and, then higher rough." This
is to' penalize.' the wayward ap.
girt:inch,. shot. ,:' t, ; 4 ;
',We're going to .make Winged
Foot' as long as' possible." De re revealad',"But.
vealad',"But. revealad',"But. we. ,are, interested in
seeing., that .jr,,, a good, fair
course.':Sometimes we ..may, have
been somewhat negligent ', and
failed to keep in touch, beforehand
with; the 'etlangelf,,- the Mat Club
have made. ,
;.,"At times we .havelinn Sdi Sur,
prised .,!thei golfers,.:and have
h M make adjustments. I
believe that everybody is going. to
be, Nippy ;at Wingee Foot." t:
everubody. Only the 'winner
wind un ,"happy.",,But., ivhat the
man' didn't. say. everybody it go.
Wit to have, to',.play the .,,same
course-4M 4, the man who wins
this: one as UgUak b! a tint
champion.

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4 OVOT00114 asthma and bronchitis al
tacks. It bolos dissolve strangling mud.
, pus and promotes Irmo, easy breath,
i Wig. Mindsets's actIon is stioctive eve;
On old and stubborn cases. Get Men.
. aseet from any drugstore today an4
see hoW much better you sloop and
; bronthe tonight. and how much bette0
you will feel tomorrow. Manias'
4,fights discomforts of stbasiii VIVI.
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The tOurnament committee of
the ,Panama. Golf Club- announc announced
ed announced yesterday that) 'the Kodak
Company of Pan &Mil' City will
toonsor the second' annual Brook.
line Golf Tournament at tha Pa Paname
name Paname Club starting Stuaday,
pril 26. The, tournament will
be,open to, all members of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club..
The Brookline type golf tour tourney
ney tourney proved quite popular in the
first one played at Panama in
1958. Teams, ,composed of two
golfers whose combined handl handlcaps
caps handlcaps total not less than 20, play
each ,other. In the play, ail four
PlaYers drive off each tee. Each
team then elects the it
wishes to play, and. the members
of etch teaM' then alternately hit
the team's ball Until the ball is
holed out. The same procedure is
followed on each' hole. A,
Prizetr for the ,wintling teams
will include beaittiful Kodak 16
mm movie cameras for the winn winning
ing winning team, Kodak still cameral
for the second prize, and Kodak
cameras of 'different styles
for he third and fourth place
teams.
There will snot be a qualifying
,roun4. All players should select
'their partuers for the Plat snd
enter' the team with Anibal Ma Macarron,,
carron,, Macarron,, the- Panama club orofes orofessional
sional orofessional not later than Saturday,

Pinam4 Golf Club ':
To Hold Children s
,
Golf Tournament.
,,
The tournament rommittee of
the, Panama Golf Club announa-
ed yesterday that Anibal,litacar Anibal,litacarron,,
ron,, Anibal,litacarron,, Club pm at Panama, 1s ar arranging'
ranging' arranging' a tournament, for Oil.
dren of members at the Paname
Club to- be started the latter part
of April., The tournament, will, be
open' to children of members, 1,2
years of age and -younger.
Matarron, has been giving 'free
lessons to the children each Sat
urday smorning at the club, and
entries still may be made, for
his 'golf, clinic.' Mac's effort,' to
stimulate junior golf among the
children of the members has met
with. surprising success,
May'pay off In big dividends in
tlfe next few years at Panama.'
- The tournament being strong.
ed by Macarmn will be sponor
ed by the popular "'Chico de 0-
ro'" entertprisea and prizes
be awarded the winners and
runner-tipe in the junior tourney.

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RIVER'S TREACHERY041115, POS011 seena en tho
sins( at St: Louis points -up what eim happen If You don't
respect giver currents.' Mk; outboard cruiser ivu dragged
L tender the bow of a moored barge. Currents must be studied.:
, ;
TAYI.CR'McKEOViN 7. lot's visibility is restricted ind be

, imay- not set you: :

'Could you guide ati.oboat and
nine loaded barges down the Mis- If you.ard .towlitrO AViater ekier
aisaiPPI? Dot, BO and, he falls in front of the on onknowing
knowing onknowing bow, it done can Make coming barges, the skier could be
your pleasure boating safer. and in serious trouble.' Even if the pi pimore
more pimore fun., lot sow Min in time, it 'might take
- Every large waterway' has 'COM:- the tow .hitlI a mile ,to stop.
merciat and recreational, traffic, Yy
and ,the boatman yvho tan 'predict Oleview the J1.61'14'4'0, the road
what, a skipper id a big stop .or agaiii; Bp fibre you' know what you
two it about,to do'can, go long right' are:- g 'net Certain, check
way', towprd staying out of tog- with more experienced' boatman
ble. ,,, or-writc.to the Coast Guard in
Large vessils create tracher Washington, for o., copy. of the-Pious
waves and currents sround let Boles. your Area.
themselves 'which the ;small' ,boat ,
man must understand tio -.order"' If MA are.Vassing a :big ship
to -avoid. Now the National -Safe for ;the;firlt ;me; you, may.. be
it rolls out eProceed slowly..- Cross
Boating CoMmittee, 'cooperative limited), at the steep bow wave
group ot commercial and ,pleasure
boat officials, is preparing a book- the Witke:at,a, 45-degree angie.
,
let of hints fOr ,the pleasure boat 4
skipper. Sere, is' a 'preview: Blirgfi along shore de

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'ins; the 61,114.for-s,iiiii7
Jud;ge whin ,a- two, atleakof ydu

rge eould,, er,
is going to turn.- You don't have of It' 'drag i und
to be, a riverboat pilot like Mark mar botti,ind thi eddies' wiriing
Twain to knoi that it freighter or out 'astern :ceuld "he ;,,,dangerous,
a string of' barges will start to I one- final 'reminder, when al).
curve proaehing moored wprk,, craft or
swing toeard a channel or
in the river before reaching- it,, ,.
and that once they start to turn
,they are slow' to change direction'
even though ,you sudderdy appear A
and have the right of way. , ; ,
' FFICIAL LIST
1.' The right.'ef ilvititirtisi;atidit ' j'''', ',-''''; .1Iff's l','' ' ,,, ', ,;
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You may have e rrght to cut
in front or a' 'group of barges 'Coinotte priz,
being: pushed along, but,Af the
tow boat it, behind them the pi. ".' ' ''' ' 'Ph
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Prizes No. Prizes
0011 156411 1010 156.04
elle 15440 1. 1116 158.0
0210 156.00 1214 158.04
154.0t ,' 1310 1511.40
6414 154.04 1410 154.00
0514 154.00. 1510 154.10
0410 154.00 1814 1511.04
0714 154.00 1714 150.64
0510 1511.04.:1 1014 IWO
oat z,en.se. Loom

I601 112t111- I 4902
4902 .520.14 004,

NW 280.W 1236
8327 130108 8319
8328 I30.08 8338

.:11111's 1466

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:First Prize. t'
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'Second Prizo
II)
' T11 d 5
ir Prize.

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i On Sunday April. 12, Lee Carr
.--- at. Pedro Miguel ; GUIS '-Club on
Perlis Hill, tossed some high
'' flyers, which 'confused some ofl
'. our best' tray shooters, as you 1
1
-. can well see bY -1hr-scoria re recorded
corded recorded beim o' ''
Pete' Barri ': shooting frorn 20
.'. yards 'handicap scored193x100 for
'I the Inilb sun and had ist choice
' lail th) many prizes offered. He
';',Ielected a tackle box,' whit h
1--- whuld make. it appear that 'be'
,''', was going to giro up shooting for
.,'' fish on the table.
- I Doc. Nonis, !hooting from' an
! objected 21 yards bandleap, pick.:
, ed up a shooting jacket. as' the.
,',, runner-up -prize wilt 92x100. Lan
Janson, needed 'a sport shirt, ,. au
.. be shot an 89z100 from 19 Yard
z',,, for 3rd prize. Carr lied Janbon
with an 99x100 -from 19 yards'
-.... and selected a' thermos bottle, for
-.,, ath prize. ,. ,
1 Bill Cutinintham 144 byt mem.

Bill Cunningham let too mon.
e high flying birds get Awl,
from him and ended up with.
bill fold and a' store of 118s100
from:21 yards handicap. Geroge
Dawson, who shot 'an 88x100Iroin
20 yards, ran off and left Asks
term food Jug as eth prize.
ThOse who also- shot .were:
Mauriliolness, 20 yards, 83z100.
Shacklett, 19 yards, 82400
Dock Lineback, 20 yards, 31x100,
11 BooStrom, 20 yards,. I'lx
100.
Dive Boostrom, 20 yards 7.1z
100.
Paul,'Boostrom (10 years') 111
yards, 62x100.
!Marty Holness, Jr., 111 yaris
411(50.
Kiligallen, 11 yards Nix
54.
Bill Scott, la yards, 37x50.
In the Junior Class Marty Rol.
MIS' took the,. prize with a 41x50
tz'om 111 yards.
,The only 25 straight scores
were shot by Pete Barr and Carl
Janson.1

a' tow-during times 'of reduced vi viAbility:
Ability: viAbility: mooring lines or two ca cables
bles cables may be partially submerged
and out of sight where a care careless
less careless A boatman. approaching too
cjose might run' into them.
Commercial skippers go out 'of
their way to give pleasureboat pleasureboatmen
men pleasureboatmen wide berth Ind -geagoing
courtesy The boating family that
returne the favor can have more
fun on the water and a eafeer
time.

Second Prize
Third Prize

$
N0, Prizes No.
2014 1511. 3010
2116 150.01 1111
2210 150.00 1 3214
2310 150.00 3310
14141 150.010 241
25111 15640 3511
2810 156.00 3011
2710 15040 37111
2016 1511.01' 31110
2010 uocet, 30111

Pates
154.00
154.00
154.00.
154.80
156.00
1511.00
158.00
1511.00
154.00
2,100.4111

NIP.
4111
4111
4211
4311
4411

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Prixis
154.00
158.00
15440'
150.00
154.00

4510 154.11
4411 151.11
4711 154.11
4111 151.11
4011 52$1.11

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528.911 0115 $26010 4067 626.1111 4WD ROM 1 41111
11214 13600 41006 5;11.00 Olt 120.910 013

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N58 .., 164.64 165S 154.06,, .2658 154.N 3458 155.06 4458
' 0640 144.4I 0051'. t..- 14444, '4453 104.40 N55 144.40 9657
9456 '', 104.01 0652 144.441 N54 144.10 0654 104.04 06511

ITNESSES: Cello Cede lie 11Ced, 28-1721.

NOTE. The winning tickets with tile last cipher anti wiM the two last
cipilani apply only. to the first Prize.
Tt le First Prim Ind the Ind and 3rd Prizes, are drawn separately. The op
.proximations are calculated on the rirtit, Second and Third prizes. In case
a ticket should carry the numbers of each the holder b entitled to :
, claim payment tor each. ,

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Sunday, Aprit I 9,19S9

Drawhii.1,41umber 1194

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...iy MURRAY, OLD.EILMAN ,a bland demeanor. They say,ks
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THILADELP11141 Pa. '---(NIA)--;
ne Phi ales have tne werst throw throwing
ing throwing outfield in the majors, desper desperately.need
ately.need desperately.need a second.basemaa Ito
can bit ud a third bitumen who
can Rlay. ;
Those weaknesses are appar apparent
ent apparent te the eye.,
Beyond -that; though,, they've a
club which gamboled through
spring training virtually out el
hand, split into faetions, with a
4on't-give-a-dettitude and as
ovaiership that, couldn't tell You
today where the Phils' re likely
to be in, a couple of years.
This season Eddie Sawyer,
brought back to manage the-Philedelphit
club last summer, was
supposed to forget his kindly pa paternalism
ternalism paternalism kid crack down on his
wayward, erstwhile Whiz Kids.
There was 12 o'clock curfew in
the spring base at Clearwater.

BO virtually any night yott
could find at least half a dozen of
the boys past the tool of mid midnight
night midnight living it up in a local hoite
one block down and one block
over,- from' their Fort Harrison
Hotel headquarters.
Bob Carpenter, wbose virtue
lir that he is the most avatiabli
owner in baseball, strolled into
the joint one 2 a.m. and found
a vereran ?hill's there. He got
a' mild dressing town, nothing
more, for Appearances.
One veteran who -drew his re release
lease release during spring training, loft
shaking his head:!IThis is the
wildelt tesit Pre 4ver pleyed
on. 2 and rye been: on some
good' One in both leagues.

Sawyer told itichle Mhburn,
the National Leaguel leading
hitter, to ignore race challenge
by Pedro Ramos of the. Semler.
Ashburn ran, got, beat; and,pul
led up lame with a muscle twinge
in' his knee (fortunately, there
wits only minimal damage); No of oftidal
tidal oftidal censure resulted.
,The Phi ls are living under the,
curse of the Whiz .1(idc They con control
trol control clubhouse politics, although
tbey've long since fizzled into
also-tans.
Chico Fernandez, a youngster
imported:two years- se) to pillY
shortstop, has felt the- sting, of
their ostracism. Chico's crime is

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',Tke whole ticket has $$ pieces which comprises' the two series "A't Mid
First Prize 4910 .$ 52,00

6 3 3 6
9 6 5 8

No. Prima
fete,- lun
5111 151.111
5211 151.00
5311 151.11
5111 151.11
5511 151.10
5111 151.11
5711 151.11.
581C 15141.,
5111 2,1N.11

No.
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file
13Ie
gin
151e
file
17 le
file
fele

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Primo
1114,011
114.0
151.00
156.911
i56.16
161.011
1100
151.66
LOOM

Approximations Derived From First Prize

1120.116 1 41114
5211.00

Approximations' Dedved From Second Prize

S
261.01 2331 210 ft 3334 201.0 1334 264.01. 1336 20.14
130.0 4331 131.01 6333 110.01 UM IMAM, 4334 136.09
131.00 4332 130.10 1331 136.01 03 130.01 1339 131.00

Approximations Derived From Third-Pdze

: Cello Codeo 11Ced. 28-1711, JOSS DOMINGO SOTO
Manuel E. BenitesCed. 4742734 Notary' Public, Panama

52,000'.00
15,600.00
7,800.00

0 0 1
No. Prizes i No. Prises
1414 1511.60 41110 15444
7110 1511.00 0114 156.06
1214 154.40 1214 154.04
1314 IMMO 5314 154.00
7410 151.00 4410 151.00
7514 156.60 6514 154.16
7410 154.00 4110 154.04
7116 154.04 4111 154.44
1616 154.60 Mil 154.40
7910 2,600.00 6014 LIMA

11 8 8 0
150.80 KU 15040 0458 15440 7658 15846
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144.04 0668 184.00' 0462 104.08 0464 104.64
184.84 0661 184.06 0462 104.00 .645 184.84

, MOND PIUS
Approttimatiosx Series A end S. el 1 UM
Prime. Serie 411 did I el 130.011

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IS Asprostintatlana, $0140$ A and et $ S2.00
Prins. Swiss' A and, 1.. st ISAS

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a bland demeanor. They say ke
doesn't bustle. The Phi Is wouldn't,
turn down a shortstop deal.
. d,
The most amazing sight 'of the 4""1-
spring was the crying jag. which t-T,,
resulted the night Stan Lopata,'
was traded to Milwaukee.
Here was a catcher 33 years',-44 :
old, over the hill, hampered br
injuries. the past two' seasons, go goint
int goint from a last place teant to a --I,
championship club, with a good -T
rsiheolt cahteceka,hing ofi a World
Big-break, huh? "'
Islot if you happened to peek ht
on Granny: Hammer's cottige
on the beady' that night. 444!'-
Jones was there, toe. And Lop.. '!".
There were tetra. You'd' expect 4,'
gentile. ,regret st leaving. old -
-
friends.
But baseball players should be '''
'Inurekd to changes. Lopata was se
distraught, the writers in the
Minns camp were warned to stay
away from him by, the coaches,
The next morning he still sat
disconsolately on a bench, head
buried, mumbling, 'lir. Sawyer '''
. The old gang was breaking -
In the meantime Connie Mack
Stadium, with, its 100 parking ea eapacity,
pacity, eapacity, is untenable. A renovation '"
survey by the ,Phila showed they
eould re-model the' stadium and
hring the parking, up to 1,000
autos--for a prohibitive $6 mil mil'rhe
'rhe mil'rhe city of Philadelphie hag .r
taken an $6 million bond WM
for a new stadium off the bailot,
and Delawsre Tottliship, acrosa
the -river vettsid Bob Carpenter's
bid 'for a new stadium there.

- FRIDAY
.
- APRIL:24
,
OPENING DAY 'of
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524.0 1 41111 5$211.00. I 49111
INAS 4111 510.09 1 01,

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7331 111.10 I 3331 MAN 1331

044 130.00 1 U42 13410 6144
$341 130.0 4343 134,4I I U4S

PABLO A. PINEL M.
Secretary

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FFICIAL 'LIST OF THE, NATIONAL LOTTERTI,OFf BENEFICENCE-.
- PANAMA, REPUBLIC' OP, PIAN4k1KK 1 t ; I
Complete Prize-winning' Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing.' No, 2093, April 19, .059

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No. rrizes
tow ISOM
91111 1541.110
1511.14
154.09
151.60
116111 151.0
11110 151140
1541.110
9819 15411.0
Ole 1011.911

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52111
5211.00

1300t
130.00

A858 1511.911

964N1 164.00
114117 INA.

Numbers of yeeterdses Lottery Drawing wore gold at:' The 1st. Colon, 2nd. Los Santos and 3rd. In Panama.'
Hundred Whole tickats ending in 0 and net Ind uded in the above Hsi win Fifty Two Dollars 432.00) each
, The while ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises tho two series "A" & "B"
Signed by: The Governor if the Province of, Panama-ALBERTO ALEMAN
, ,The Representative of the Treasury" ; JAIME DE 'LA GUARDIA JR.

The prises will be maid in acenrdance with the Official List el Ferunsil ht
',5he effkaa'ef the National illeneticient Lottery situated ea Centre) Avenue.
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2094 WHICH WILL
TAPLE PLACE SUNDAY APRIL' 20. 1959
Divides, In two Noise of IS fractions eich denomiriated Ind'111"
e OUST PRIZIP
I First Prize, Series A and I. of $2t000 Oe eaell 'Oriel $52,00t00
Second Prize011erise A and 6, et 7,100.00 each series 13.000.00
1 Third Prig& Series A anti S. of 2.900 00 each aeries 1.000.00',
IS Approximation, Serie A and B. of 260.06 each molts 9400.80,
9 Frites, Series A and IL el L310.00 each settee 23.400 00
' 90 Frites. Series A end 11, of VIM each series' '14.040 00
900 Prises, Series!' A end B. of 21.00 esch,sethea ;41400.00

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Gatti merino $ 2.310.00
each osien 1.440.00

sach sari 11 1,1r12.00
seas merles 1.404.00

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Prke of a whole ticket ..... ,;, .$26.00
Price of a 52nd part 0.50
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' ettILLIPS Oceanside Csitatom FOR RENT: Furoished ono : ItIVESTOR S.::
' FOR SALE: ----; 15 tables, 63 :- FOR MLII:'..;,.Vitit soo liars- i -.' 111011 SALls-4.sto 1109 and 1.11011. ,' 3- z ,' -- 5 - 4- '' ... -4 ,:- -4:,
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'.h.,-. ;SIM Clare Ill do P. Pitons Pa. bedroom apartment all con. FOR SALE: ,--- 1957 Ford 500, chairs restatitant' type 2150.00 ,-'!, seated home. all year:own for : mohne, In the Now Hipildromo ...
' -: .s seven I- I 877 Cristobal 3-1673. veniences, games, 168 Via Bo. 4 Barrel, all power, maev ox-
Cocoll Clubhouse. 1,- -',' -:'' $1,500. A 38"x11.61tx3'6", ,' Urbasizatiois, mom Se itomea-: -..'"' ir..,
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, ,,,. lisarie PfillS,, teas, Coral and white. Phone --,-- A A ., 'all Pitillipine- '. mahoesay huliwt ,'' Itecoracki: AN lete with street ,', ." .': ..,. ....., ,,,,,. 2 i .. .'., ..,. : ,,.. .'l 4 . .. .. ., ; .e .,. .' ..
,,. . ' Foster eettaees. between Santa Albrook 3134. FIt La''''': "11119..m6"6,, eabloi -cruiser.' fully ,-equipp'ed ,,;:fronts,- sewage. mat" mai and ',
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. '''''''''' Clara and Rio Hato. New low FOR RENT: Campo Alegre washing mashixx alinniss,-- "vs gaol Fridge; twee Anywhere. Ita- skietrielty., Call.,V4 idelarsott, - - '-- : -;- ' P 'i ' '' ..
'.. FOR SALE: 1955 Studs. unit. $85.00., Phone 2-311E: -- lapicv.sa 'year.sansts.0, san,,,g77 TA 4.49718., ---4,,tt.', ,,,,,; ,.., ,.... ,,,. -: :: ay." golut,ggy '' .1. -,. NEW', YORK, April .-311 .(112P1)-. -' ,.'s
.;-. rates. Phone lalbea 1866. furnished two one bedrooms q
baker Champion 2-door, perfect - , - ---- The advance which lifted stocks te "... 4,
i apartments, hot water, balcony, ..,
condition. Balboa 2-1588, FOR SALI:-;;-,it Eloctrie refrige., .1- , , '-11011 SALlt--Let 1.066 'seem, ,-. ''i IL I 'have 'eiseut 21,000, peens record highs Met week wee extend -r. ,,
",1,,,'.: i I etc. Call 3-1789. rater, "Server' with frieser t0P, ; pOly, gAlLS.: Weddell t lee"
vela- ''' La Cristo; eihrated between
'.!::' i Houses I FOR RENT: Modern apart-
FOR SALE: -- 1954 Corvette 9.8 cu. ff.. Telephone Balboa --- Aiwa, Thar Latailromat,
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:: knillerareet a: newt" atroothill .1.616.11For infor..f.. A "tuncorst.toci4 .whis
, mem, for small family, 575.00 ,, ,
Convt., now top, good tires, and 2-3;10. , : : ,. ,,,
radio. Phone Cristobal 3-24111. lent sonditien, ', ,:21044 Cm ',
in hens the goofs of ,- Initial 'gains,' although ernalln
mr",-: pay mom', bille.ch newel, Imvierd ,1"1.,',et.m- tocl.d4ar-er; -'14".'4111' '''.-ae.ti', ,,..Y.,41.. '.-..61112illa.,- ....., ,i. 4--;'''
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monthly. Phone 3-5245. rain Phone 111-3227. -, : ,, ,, ,- avatio. pimp. '..11, yeL 1..217u '' taking .- Mint profit ---."-,;, brokers' inoit instances,' often CMS OS Swum
t '''' FOR RENT: Furnished Pont. FOR SALE: Washing ma.
.flani 8 a.m. ft 31.11,11 and frees few. sexes stes,, -could your spoil volume. One- of' the largest-early 4,--'--,
chino, Drier,' etevo.. l'arilassr FOR SALE: Teek:wire41Ist,:- :. 2 e.m. to 5 awl, , )",,, it out jot sm. ,., ,. mod"; vas a, 5,5904hare. ()peeing -,'
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, louse 3 bedrooms, 3 hathsesins FOR RENT: Two bedrooms FOR SALE: -,1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 8-Cyl. 4-D Sedan,
tlebratido.tsaramVaciuniumlit 4;11111antr,aststniar:. T. ,,'''orZasknisitglitanyCIPalropil.1.' "1116inatisi ... ,
' '''' employer room, air conditioned. furnished apartment, hot water
., radio, excellent condition mile mileAve.
Ave. mileAve. Nato Arosomena 31-44. garage, etc. Nice location, fac- .164 table. Can : 'ff. OLOILSAL11: it-',iTh,.ree IlLidr.esissid;,', to'-'4'ilo''' Yo34),11,414itt outtiVise.. Isithetvglipeeny'd.: pointi""it,;,14.,$oesnew,isi'whthiehed '',03.1.61N17-2?-11,-,1-',' -'
-, ine British 'Embassy, 30 Ecuador age 21,000. Call 2-3631 House cellonaeous electric !penances. 6452... ,t0 .- A . ...saw,' sow,' warm! rwonniew' Aar im '- -1314 ti
-", -. FOR RENT: From May 5 to July 2241-B. 9x12 rug & pad, desk, table 6' -c-- i '- But here goes:, - :' r c . ,..
Ave. Tti- 3-0312., :N.', ',,' ,- .1.,' v lung gees depend ''. Advocate -lebestee ., 1140b .7,
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'' 15 to the right couple. Private chairs, double bed ''''' imittress, FOR SALE: ...., Exhaust, fan, 10. '.
FOR SALE: '57 Green M.G. "k
;').. 2-bedroom air conditioned home FOR RENT:- Furnished hve box sorines, boy'a bicycle, on- Inch 4-islado.sPlywood enclosure ,,t ,7,FOR SALIN 2 bedroom 41katedo entirely, 01 course, 011 1103,2:Mk J'-,,A11..e1041.11,Y'..C....ons,,,,;,,, ,,,,i,'13,,?,
,-. I in La Casa, during vacation. bedroom apartment. Information Convertible wire entaglements MMUS hint, photography 10 12 HP., slater $3000,',01140.'', 1mi 11)9 .41I- 61.eInt IIIIIImIod lead i moneY ii, invOlvedin
',- - can Panama 3-1813 Sundli 1 Tel. 3-1118. Via Fernando de tires WW tires, radio, Tel. ,....,
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ngrese., yrs- cos a ace,. ettolotatil' tedidati ea ley& ..' establish 'this. profit If you had "Amon:Cyanamid .,' '' sesc',11
".:'.'. p.m. to 3'30 or Tuesday. Cordoba No. 23, across Centre 3-1385 frrm 5 to 7 p.m. phone 3-6526. , Artier M .,-': ,,
' nensevelt entrance 'picot for'''. 224,000 worth of stock which TOSO tors, , .374i 2;
,. the, side to h".101-tummium IA ,, ,.. ,
FOR SALE: .- 30' hook' fen.-t- quick' sale leavirig Gantry, Can to 225,000 the brokers' s.,feel'',', for .-s-,,Amen ,Tel' and let : '' ''... 363 ,,-,
-..,- Comerceal Mrs. Torres. FOR SALE: Ford Country ,1
FOR RENT: Furnished house, FOR SALE: --- Hat Peat 11 en.
,,,., Sedan 9 passengers Station Rem' tilistes r stud with SIN:, 3-5692.. Apply 2034 Seise's& selhn. g wotdd be much higher,' of Anaconda CoPpor .. gelh4 4
' near Hotel Panama; 2 bedrooms, FOR RENT: Apartments ft. Excellea condition. $150 heatable palate'. CTolt, Balboa- : than ilttou had 21,000 ,' -Arkansas "Pull :, 4' 34,..4- : ',
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living room, dining. room, kit- comfortably furnished, with or Wagon, very good. (engirt' ion. Amadeu Navy 5135.
2614. - -, POR SALEI i,.. Praorty is. Ar- worth 'ist stock ichltad doubled.. s AVCO Mfg .': ., ,. i Mk', ,I
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then, garage, and mald's room. without meals. 43rd Street No. 5738 Diablo.
' relies. Illeuse,:, garage, fruit in value. Your broker will, have to '', Beth 'Stool .' '' . .' 1'. 11,.. 1 -.
' Via Espana, white house beside 27. FOR SALE: ,--,Air eenditiener; trees, 412 butara.-Nice 'view, give you the, figures, .. .Bettinger Oorll:' -,91i 1
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,.. FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrilet Bamboo living room furniture,' separate eompressor 4, toodensor soot. Mutt sell, bargain $8,500. The next-bite win tom' kt In- '?Bkrott Uranium ,..,:, -.1161),','''',1
Radio Miramar. V-8 Power Pack motor, power
FOR RENT: Throe bedroom distill. roam let rut, TV, radio, units, new 1-:- HP meter, all for Zell Bailee 2-1117,' ems taxes It'you held the Mock British Pet t ,,DAt -1
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,.. glide, 4-door hardtop $1,475.00 miscellaneous "How 571 il D; s95. Bauatifal mocha, bane : : ., , ,. l ,' c- .
wringer typo washing machine. piano and bench,- $18t; gelid 1 e Ili '' is. more than six mmtha li
penthouse, largo tenors, studio
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inee"mn Snetiledi '''' IBICaurMnsIghisnli'l'"111,- ' 1141: :-'1
,, Commercial Sites porch, two bathrooms mairt's
room, hit water etc. N'ear San- FOR SALE:--1953 Chevrolet, 4- Diablo, 2-2363. dd en' 2500 to'your
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mahogany dining ',', ram sots ... ell) vyanre CoPort and .PaY. your,regulag tax ',.'',Celariese- , .3240
..',, tuario Nacional and Mini Max door sedan, 39,500 miles, ono FOR SALE: Nice dining! eat table. 3 leaves, buffet, serving y o-. ,, ,. rate on that...12 for 'example,' you ,.1 Cerro de' Paseo . 441
Super-market, 5200.00. Phone owner. 5711 D; Diablo, 2- table 6 ehairo, $300. Se,-
' FOR RENT: Professionel or complete $150.00. Air con- ,
5407 Harrod, Diablo.-
,,' commercial office on ground floor 2-0481 office hours. 2363. gliti011itr SA, $15000. Tele- ''
- phine 3-6793,, H1L1, WANT. 101 hnerieneod : Wiarell lath: te" PernixtittlitnelbreaSeakMet'$750 ,' ChlehreFaller Cre841.';' Wed, 832449156 -II!' --'.
.onaid,ure for 2 Andrea. Refer. of your ,total prolit.-If you held Cities-Se, rvite , .0,, 11 I
, Edificio Urraci, COTINS1 Ave. Bal- FOR RENT: -two apartments, FOR SALE: Cherry Bel Air FOR SALE: --,- Watinghona 9 .. i , Colorado Fuel ,2714 I
emcee. resent. 3-2610, , th ,stock leas than Six months.
boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square one unfurnished and the other ,;1 ',i
. Sport Coupe 1955, six cylinder, lik ft- Iletteltial toIrillotaIor - ,- ' ,, ,' the-entire 21,000 muet be added Coastal Carib, -I .1
motors, 5125.00. Call Panama completely furnished, two story radio, two tone, three new WS FOR SALE: Kitchen table $100. Clarinet I
3-7038. building, an apartment on each tires, PPP battery. Excellent con- and chairs, nwital desk, ma- let Case for oompFletiltSw7a5rd. reheY.- .. iJobsiWanted' ....it
t- Hoer. Hot water, garage, maitl's dition. Also piano & Violin. hogany sA bed set, Frigidaire $21) : The same procedure Villitta .1,0 Crown ork and Son sipii, .,I
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- ' to ylodurbehteso3oomeondr then ,y ...otir tax .cCOreolgaletep. Pe:1,17011v" : 551,it ,..
room, lawn, ,vory cool. Includ- Can be seen 2-233 Carr St. 8 cu. ft. refrigerator, bloods FOR SALE: .-- Medlin- eefe, 'in'oempi4.4.'. 0,;.4.)' with' ', ,,, orP1I, $514,000eihe, orr ,anthore oPt. Nofilrisau78,1100ho ',-.,',10110,11,1taptIontNr.eneene4, ali 011 m11,1411 ..!1,,
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, ABoats-& Motors ins linen, china, kitchen tastes- Balboa. table me" Hi"iti let. Call chair, coffee table, ,beekcaso
A oils. For isformation Phone
, Balboa 3553 after 4 and Navy rie higher- the profit the bights tat --El Paso --Natural .414es 331o
eels," 1,11'1,1TseVtit Apo114,14111111, wig oos...:' :feBuithrlierteIserAgas:slAnit:mdmimenut4htRecesrliatatin. 11:11moirsqes:edioth ri. .1 10-.,:,,,,111,e. k:0-,,w soon,,,,d 1- .- I H.: ,' ,,,,' h'l 1;alrebioldit In, g1:1111, 1.41"
,, 3-3839. 2539 bolero. '
'' FOR SALE: 55 feet shrimp
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't "eat- all steel fully equip- FOR RENT: --- In El Cangrele Personals, Can Panama 3-0683 ,,,,o o'ner' onia'' own' 4'1'elmont.Pet.- eat: '' '
5 1 pod, 2 years old. Original cost one and two bedrooms apart- FOR SALE: Kitchen tables 80
' 242,000 will sacrifice for $25,- mint with dining, living, large ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS $33.00; Metal I le r a u s
m$ la r5hn o. Ot Osw;n r ev uwl liauLdk .I i robes, Id; 5 10$h04; 4a m. i Or .0; , , . .
000 Write "Shrimp Boat" kitchen, porch, laundry, garage DRAWER "A" DIABLO Gomez To Address Mange 1" "lark.ting; Isik
1111"ialissti" la 16""littini 414: GileceiVaisitterertlebUtnYinittnrialibm.' liglitanda 'It' GollGillernenefrtrattal:111:mbrnly! olsietorw;tells ,, rt14644441"
all screened. Call 3-7453.
Box 542 Panama. BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.X.
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4.......,,,sosam,sm PHONE BALBOA 1709 ?.61.011.misatilsotitiorirs. 411,1eparesterapat.y.,,to. dpsaiediatroerdifsaJna.n.1.61.5.15Ao diiveldet ndthawdais. ", tie!.. ..r.,,tre1 ., 8;41 v
, FOR SALE: --. 14 foot runabout, 19.00; double berie whopring
le Guests Al AuditOrs vidend, St nil part of it Or more? limn G'14 ' 11
Prefeesienal gentlensee
: fireglaseed plywood Remote SERVICES $125.00; kerosene et v es 2 W h How long dote the broker have te ,', Harem' Peel, 4(44
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soothe! trailer Convertible 519.00; small tablet; 55.50 .
' Issi, windshield -- 5300.00. Phone il Democrats To liame Seankh. Palk& and deliver the stock? .,..--' .11110.tvoeldeesotind'Neeelleet trokls
112..renackhs,' wolf. with largo oz. ,, 4. Yen get all 1.11SSIViddll, linel ; ,,, ,
' Italboa 6384. TELEVISION SERVICE $49.00; nits tables 512.50;
HaYli"d "de winew mattr.s. Accountants Party ks.mpsernt.:wc.th:.:,:,:,,,i.:.::::::::::.;,.: yroutb-. c4le, athrlye -exowndievdtd-ethned itdaoetek: Thine ,,,i innitieria,,.!Tei," Dui; nd,,", Totli. . ,s9, 151 ',,c111
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.- TV.. !adios, Hi-P1 Transiting mattress $6.50; new folding beds
', FOR SALE: 14 ft. Delux Committees To 'Aid $27.00; pillows 51.25; also' Louis A. Gomez, vice 'preal 'prealY..
Y.. 'prealY.. 1958 Evinrude big twin, 35 speciahst. We service all makes dividend shotdd have been reciv- 11,--- e .. 44, '.
lovely living & dining room sots Moutrome rhea ,'- 1.411Ai ,g
boat, cries craft plywood la- ant models. We don't pretend to ro
erntoMi!reitchar2e'. ,'''-'1,f!'."ra''-lrie c4,,...,"S ,t--'''- ''''' ,-11
guarantee our work dent of Chase-Manhattan Bank ed by you -- or paid. into ,,Your ,.',,, Lmillard '- ,--'' ,' 8112,
' urinated with fiberglau and, chromo dingo sots in beautiful in charge of all Isthmian 42.1:rysidiescirelsed.atWataritAevoSoridaSeiental: Thb ekearmagoeunatewcouarrs ekearmagoeunatewcouarrscoiors,
coiors, ekearmagoeunatewcouarrscoiors, innerspring mattresses-- branches, will be guest speaker
antes it. ' -'' rm. Eng 'Tel ant THU 133'.
h.p motor 7464, Balboa. W. guar- 1960 Program EASY PAYMENTS WE RE- at a joint dinner meeting of hos, Portant, , et 615 on 'your 20 Shares... ....- ... It" -,-4 ,. , . ,,,,
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, 'riven t
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MIAMI BEACH, April 20 (UPI) Heeseheld Exchange,- National tors and the Federal Govern:- -You Should have' the Illocl' VI. ..,',' glierte"11 4 meealVetoos,11', 2, ;41041: ...1
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' lean Sullivan ,
-The Democratic party's execut- Ave. Tele. II-4911 fr 3-734g. ment Accountants 'Association s :,,,antosetal,,,- .
Animals Weekg b61- tra,flifer i7r,t,,,fleat,. s ,4aii, Israel ' 44, I
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,41" ,,, i 2 4 ., write the party's 4960 national ''' t ' to be held Thursday at ,11:00 p.
m. in-the list Amadot. Officer's
'146ANTED .eleN '' ' A' '1 Yew had-d----4(..founth. eit'h a itor 't''Peetellee Olt t'' ,:,',
At ,, i der puppies. 'AIM segistersit; Zatbal"letbo,- seta Witte 114:g6L.d' !wool:41as meant; ''''',' PilP.IttlmeyeerTilid:',ilt .:17.l' ,-. '. 111391:140
N'll- TILIWISIO16., platform, chairman Paul M. But- ee" lion. cotddltho.Preeeeek ell Pr'' 'IA
bone 14607 Pane, Sorties ler announced here yeeterday. Goblet,' St resident, et Panalna, Best' fee tehildram, 4 ANS" v" '''.. - Rola DO& via' ,40,4' ,'
has many years of experience hair. 2249 Carr Street the& '' ithoivintion'twrr 1"ulerdakto inbleeettriOrte- .' clail,..311einle ''' "121'-v
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WANTED, ...v High quality
, '' coet'al guts some. sit ..i One of these won. Id be a group dining Nem liet,', kebab, tuf.. nt. the fleld,,,. of banking, pezti- ,
tot also ao upright deep frees-
tier? Bow tan yettAret ht. with- littltel COrS .. 1,
.:',' ' .';".4yeen Sullivan WOR medalist hop' Transport Trucks, Tractorrsa,maloweas to study secieOnic advances re- emarly in true area of t h e ., Los,.t, , t
'..- Iti last week in the Ft. Amador, lating to national defense, Butler el hs' eeed eterlitlen. Call- world, and is a very intereeting out ,having' to pay 'eo Much' tax? stell-Veeelft, '-', -' ''',, 12 ,. ,,,',',
SOn. A.. There's, a Mit 11110113i011 to 'Signal 011 008 floe ., '311 ,-;
'., ,-',,,adiei Handicap Tournament tivestsekI ste Call Pamam said. Others would Include metro metro341152
341152 metro341152 in 3-0620. 3-4843. speaker. His subject will be "In- ..
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',',. with a VOSS 85, net 70. politan area and social problems. ternational Banking."' ' daydream about"- , ' steehlre 0,..,,,,,i 4.'',', Ill 0,',,,'
N I had' a filiation Million dot SeeeeP, ebn ,,, , ,I,
, First rounds ere to be eomplet- Butler said former Air Force WANTED' Chll Bellew 'rho Milner win lettere .T1.-11-
'''''' Id by April 26. Losers of first Protect yew. home and proper- chief of research Trevor Gardner with highway experience 1 for Rib Roast and will be preceded To taPILLAii PI:dolt:Zoe el Lars "miointinent tetereintilert- I l'11:eld sPiaelle -,StilisterSPendrrlit'utajpilildeill'sioa(1. ''''. '''';': 142"41214 ,,, r'..,''
''''.; Pound nights automatically move IT slain Insect d a m a e e. and two unidentified Nobel Pize field and Wide. Box 4356 bY a hoepitality'hour, beginning .,
Y. pto the eonsolation flight which Prom scientifie treatment on winners will head up the 18-m,an Panama. at 7 p.m. The natitute of In- DOROTHY CHASIS'S ,, the taxi invest 1117' OTIO ram studehsk p et 114 -Is
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!:' riu be played the following emergency OP montMy bud's' scientific advisory body. ternal Auditors will be hest at Special Slimmer Seteios
.. .AcROTIAAPTIlleALtEcTHTAORIAcTmt iwndateiVrtithaellYwer1;.'andd Dalit,y1---.-bite ,;,, 11.1 superior temr.yr-itiodo. ,1 1 '-, 0 30',,'.. to ,,,'it,!.
..., !reek. basis. Telephone Pronto Service, , this meeting.
'' ' The pairings for this week fol- Panama 3-7977 PIP Colon 1777. Gardner, who resigned his post WANTED: Per or Chevrolet, '
1951 or 1952. Good condition. 13,7,. the, ..,, th'st pi:1.7: I. ..'iine.. ,, 7,- el. se Texas glum' 3212 ::.,
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' ad' First Flight mnistration's guided missile and Tickets' foi members' and their i tdoeoneo,raeleiolyn,11',datteetteb. tax edvantage to-investing joint- 2. Ilextree, ,.' ' '''
guests may be obtained at 22.25. 4;
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::, Jean Sullivan vs FAY Runtn- USARCARIB Firing defense program, was an advoe- Balboa 0844 Gavilan Road or call
telephone 2-3531 Balboa. each from: Roscoe Cleveland,
, Ft Arnador 247 (Army).- Bill 17:111:11111:11,1.1:ans.pott'st'ims.'; teuea7eftdewmelie'11t11.111n4tese; tbeilkeleer7 them 111- 'VIM' .11steeubbel'i '';''''' ' trAlee' ''''''';
Ambrose, Corozal 2297 (ArMY);'
--- leinu ate of a "crash program' in na-
tment voila.- ., "' ', ,''',' ' ,, '''-'
,... Ethel Forint', vs Connie Bildt- tional defense. ,
'',' tli- Schedule Announced New .11aven, Conn. M,ayor Ri- Maj. A. A. Tisonn Albrook 2221 Pine Yvideeerd.' Claillaille'lliNee 111214P. '. m-ThilliTenrdlidso-Ilardrin'tvebet' ited.'-' byherHon' Se '').rh,...4141114.,",,linglitim"',Ate, fillawl', ; III. ': i' '' 4
Jo Alexander vs Pearl Trim. chard Lee was named to head the --- --L.' --- -..-
.:: Helen Stempel ve Helen Owens metropolitan study group, Butler 11,MiliSAILMk117. ACAMirad.nOr 75e18:1: '11(Annal. Lill): Chj'amrtell: '' It, group .eould bring in,' any.,,,,,nore -
,.. ., ruiton. nglhon 353 small. ca., HEAT' Illyll ItIC011lk , than if it were, broken 4 up' into -4.. 5. Also ,...,.... ,, ,.....
7 Second Flight Areas on both sides of the Isth- said'
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,;.- Lila Strumpf vs Ruth Daniel. mum will he utilized for firing by nal); Kathleen McGuigan; Mal- ." , four. parts ,-1-, except,- of 'cotireei if' .
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B. J. Nelson vs Bobbie Hughelt. units of U.S. Army Caribbean Butler's comments came at tbe t d' .-''' 1r t 1
rat, hipe 2515 (Pan. Canal): Bob PARIS (UM Officia3s laid come hit Ael,e1fle eteture....PeeeleTi, Iv ,111,gp. :
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,, Marion Mallory vs Mary Fel-. during the coming week. The executive meeting of the National 1 0, BA 1 1 Roche, Balboa 2,838 man ca.. today. that Paris had it, hottest itself. The., . h.-1r -,e 47.,. ,...',' 4. I4,,, ,,t4
4 ,-. ton. schedule of weapons activity in- Young Democrats, who voted to ,,---'',,,, 1 nal). , ,,,,,, ., .,. April 13 in SO yeara. The Immo- Mallon, .. ,..,, ,.. . ,
' Eve Monteath vs Ritt Berger. eludes: hold their 1959 convention at Tole- ..i",z.sar.:-. '.-:',,
1 meter rose te 77 degree'. As ier swe' the tilt te, l' -,, -, nogg mgal .,
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.. do, Ohio, in Mid-November. Ara,A1.7'. ':-..- i I
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, ,- ---- FUNERAL SERVICICBIT the ettarter milli' on coming. you 10 Ass
may not Ain taxable unless all i, t.,11111 aunt iv ,,
., Empire Known Distance Range,
;',' DIE IN CAR PLUNGE Fort Kobbe area, April 29-25 from V 11- : gig .m's i SAFIKIED. FOR. UPI of it' represeMs clear profit And et ffl' : DO '
1111
,,,,,. 7 cm. to 3 p.m.; rifle firing by CALL TRANSIT STRIKE ognmlif WEST LOS ANGELES 'Calif. evert. then' the tax would not be (' itT ,41 TN-. ; ,, ,
.
. BLIDA, Algeria (UPI)-An au- the ist Battle Grou, 20th Infan- e ,; 1 (UPI) Fumed services' will be GUILFORD,' England (UPI),- more than 25 "Per tont or abOut thoidell
s'""' dal Vill
' 7;. tomobile carrying 10 persons try. Maximum altitude, 12,500 ROME (UPI)-71tome street ear e-ri held tomorrow at St. Martin of MOtoriet Jack Hedges SI, 'has 256,000, since it is most Illttay ,. a is" ...1,112411.
, N .N 40,
,.: missed a turn and plunged 400 feet; maximum range, 3500 yards. and bus. workers have called a - Todeels beg hbor Kolar a sp.-1 Tours Boman Catholic Church for been fined 2140' and 4isqualified lon,, Tt, termicapitooll gasimon., 00, .. ,,, , ow ii, .7, ot,.... ,,,
:
:... 'eet into a ravine here yester yester,
, yester, strike for tomorrow. They are snOsin--s: ii James (JimMY) Oletieon, 75-year- from driving for life. lAsked by I balance , lotdd -, (in ,
,,
:-. day. Eight of the occupants were Fort Davis &null ArmS Range, seeking higher wages. old veteran actor, police when arrested if he drank; easily'yield'210,000 a year' or even It.; '-e-Isr, P
' ', ,1
',' killed. April 23 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
' he paid, "Geed 'Gedi yes. I drink 27,500 M .totnpletely ,tax. fret In-; : Aim 4s4 r '..
-: a pistol firing by the USARCARIBB like a 'filth."' tome. CongratulatiinCl' -,- ( -' -'1'..- et .,.,, 1-71'..T,,,q at'' ., .'
,
," KIDS PREFER ROBIN HOOD School. Maximnm altitude, 2000 PLAN HIGHEST TOWER
1 feet; maximum range, 1650 yards. rt. ,
. ti,..
,-"'.',' BUDAPEST (UPI).-A Commu- LONDON (UPI) Russia this -
,,,,:', nist p u b 1 i e a t i o n today com- Venado Field Firing R a n g e, year will start building a 1,625- ....,...... ,. . ... ... ; ,... ......::. k',;: ;i';',,, : .4.. ,.;:,... ,.4,?.,'A .., '',.., 4. '',3 ,''''' t4 4 ',...!t;S:::N ' Pedro Migrue1 1 Clim'' mitte-i Midi' '714-1"621eN'Am' 7r1c4 7 '' ''''
l''' pisined an overwhelming majority Fort Kobbe area, April 22 and 23 foot cone-shaped television tower, ,-,,'10.:4:-4.1.41;z:'. ,t,,,,...,,e,;zs.,,,,iimt3",-1,..-N- rimirrite.......i,.:.:'-...,,,.......-- ;:. ,..'.-.:, -. ,.. : , .. tort lor 'heating lam
., of Hungarian school children sel- from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; mor- higher than the world's tallest ':,,,, '''' .;;.5,k.',;-;),,i "F,--14'64-';-kr.,''73:P4'',Ig4,433'..;.:-Xr.fitl?;..A1-?:,,..?;'''-'"
-:!,,. feted the legendary English out tar firing by units of the ist Bat- buildings. Radio Moscow said to- "6".,',1 :',' .' -,' 4-4 4 '74 );.-.-xN.,:',..-,g',',14t.4, ,
'. low Robin Hood over Marx and tie Group. Maximum altitude, 400 day. The tower will go up at Os- a , a .... , ., is wasted nit the chinitiosk' ?,:,
112 of the first solutions Oa -,
.'.f.' Lenin as their ideal. feet; maximum range, 2000 yarde. tankino. 44
'',1',:,:,,,,--- .-:':.1.-:'f,:'e:s ...1.-,.,., v.t),Q- ,..; 1....Ne. ., z,,,,1, y: problem was roadeby lierele. r
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, PHILLIPS Oceansiiie Cottages
; Seats Clan tie P. 1Pbons Pa.
soma 1-1877 Cristobal 3-IS73.

Fester settee's. between Santa
Clara and lie Nate. New low
Wu. Phone Balboa 1866.
1
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent-,
louse 1 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
employ, room, air conditioned.
Aye. just Arosemene 31-44.
FOR RENT: From May 5 to July
15 to the right couple. Private
2-bedroom air conditioned home
La Cresta, during vacation.
Call Panama 3-1813 SundaY 1
p.m. to 3'3d or Tuosday.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
near Hotel Panama; 2 bedroom,
living room, dining. room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, and mald's room.
Via Espafia, white house beside
Radio Miramar.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Prolossional
commercial office ost ground floor
Edificio Urraci, C01111411 Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 81 worst
motors, $125.00. Call Panama
I-7038.
1Boots-& Motors
: FOR SALE: 55 foot shrimp
Isoat all steel fully equip equippad.
pad. equippad. 2 years old. Original cost
542.000 will sacrifice for $25.-
000 Write "Shrimp lost"
los 542 Panama.
FOR SALE: 14 foot nonsbout,
firealseemil plywood Remote
entre! trailer Convertible
pp. wiedshiold $300.00. Phono
lathes 63114.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Delon
1958 Evinrude big twin, 35
boat, trios craft plywood la laminated.
minated. laminated. with fiberglau and,
h.p motor 7464, Balboa.
lean Sullivan
Cops Medalist
. Amu lor
.4:ein Sullivan won medalist bon bonfire
fire bonfire last week in the Ft. Amador.
,:eadiei Handicap Tournament
with a gross 115, net 70.
First rounds are te be eomplet eompletPO
PO eompletPO by April 36. Losers of first
loimd flights automatically move
loth the eonsolation flight which
Fill be played the following
peek.
'The pairings for this vreek
.10w:
First Flight
Jean Sullivan ve Fay 11111111n 11111111nleim.
leim. 11111111nleim. Ethel Perini', vs Connie Dish DishOP
OP DishOP Jo Alexander vs Pearl Trim.
Helen Stempel ye Helen Owens
Second Flight
Strumpf vs Ruth Daniel.
B. J. Nelson vs Bobbie Hugheh.
Marion Mallory vs Mary Pak
ion.
Eve Monteath vs Rita Berger.
I)IE IN CAR PLUNGE
BLIDA, Algeria WPI)--An au automobile
tomobile automobile carrying 10 persons
missed a turn and plunged 400
!pet into a ravine here yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Eight of the occupants were
killed.
KIDS PREFER ROBIN HOOD
BUDAPEST (UPDA Commu Communist
nist Communist publication today com complained
plained complained an overwhelming majority
of Hungarian school children sel selfeted
feted selfeted the legendary English out
law Robin Hood over Marx and
Lenin as their Ideal.
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-4, !!!..,:;!!;,,,.;,.. 3'..i' s$:'-' OW thist!' Imo 1,
.., iLl, ..!..-!!-,,,A.!...,,, ...., '.w., Annual Safety Field Day bo be atteMpting", the Illustrate, hovi, ,beet.,,, Actilitkagrould" who, thee
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. , comme:11,clall Gulae Practices can be util- chimney Ann ,crested' Ambled '
.: ....... ,.... . . . ' held at Pedro Miguel under the the same
ized in the home to maks It it k, k .. ,!. ,, ,,, ,,
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wii clPinlil, rhescholnunki) Dtitttheeektn' civcihearegTnai lot, satec,,, A.''.-' k -": !, ,! ,O tinecoaciOilotfelifccseeke ,, ,,i
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1 ,,w1 ww Advertise In this section Ads only cost $085 per col. Inch J.1,4. simminutoaelnrkori.ount3wnoglemepenthdineiguehts'.ataryramrta,estnecht.hgeleoonmgplesnotadttsroor;rt, inhitonagis, on!;,, vhthis, ;lee, 6.,ulty' ,otti-'....1..tdh. edacty,0,n,,00,;usmi,,,,-,i,on,k,ng, .7,,,..:..i,7,..,,,:,!!:: :,,,.,,.,,., :..,::,,,, ', .4: ,.,,
of "fire prevention week, in the ,,!,-,,,
Zone has, already been assured , IF I (.- I
r!:' FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
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LIFE INSURANCE 1 AUTOMOBILE FINANCE , .. ', After flag raising and ,OPen- department, , :. .,N L ..' i i
,
' 1 ceremonies t scheduled to The safety sommittei,, it- , . t,,,. ',
nit ,
.,k tali Government Employee ---',-;',, 3'''' '-- '''" take, 11 a e e on the!' school tempting to encourage au over- ..,,' :".,.,!, 't,,,,:.. ,, , ,,
JIMRIDGE Service Personnel YAlat E ,,,,,1,,, ..,....,..;, r . . ,,''' , .., '' ' grouri s at 9:60 awswi On the, daY flowing audience, hu secured a 1 .,,-.; ., ,,.,,.-.,.k:,,,......,...... -, ,. L ,i, ?!
Finance 'Your New Or 1,..64e Ilmonay,- '14 1;1) ietnlos Iett; ,elitiertall',4 sutler '', Ot' the Field Day,, a parade,,will special concession Gni, the bilk 1 .,',,., i .,-i 1., ..' ,,,, .. ,,.,. 4
1,? i General Agent Used Car
,w4plot&,-.0.--1-- , utast atii an see. os. ,,,, be forced',,and !proceed tot :the fart between the redrO Miguel, ,. !,, '.'t :, 0,,-.',' ''',,k ;, 4w,", ;,
wiik, Industrial Lift Trucks ; ,, 06;Grommaki.ids, rit.,lat, nittypebiligEZtlesidtt:',,portsregt:sowspow. eartomast.,as ....
IF,: t Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.. exhibition-, area, There,the'llb- para,lso and Santa CrUZ -points , ,, ,,, ,- t ,, 'Li.,
' ',, for rates and information
, Tel. Panama 24552 GOVERNMENT
, ,-,;. Monday thru rriday E VIDI AVEC MAI A airy t9A and Hoist bon matting' ceremonies. will' be and return for that llay,.,,, ,,, -,,,k ,. , --as Is,'
' landalsetaito nairlfalle"alliallife ' conducted bv 'the father of the ,,,,, The ', Railroad Division !of the .' ,, ..., '''' ,,, a ,,, 4

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Advertise In
LIFE INSURANCE
, tall
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 24552
Monday thru Priday
COO amt. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:06
Saturday: COO a.m. to 12M1
Listen To
, The OAS
'Pananterican
fShow"
12:30 p.m.
4
4 HOO-Y9
., Every, Sunday

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''',' 6 old' various agencies of ;no ranama that ',day.. Tickets for this Aida , -.-,.....z, ,, ,
, AGENCY tDEHLINOER L'ual re. Frclivulauvy 1 .1CuoasttergesualwItirlilaurruy'u G.;sys-en.' 1.17:ilere you ate," said th Canal CompanyOovern m tent, be handled by Kenneth Weeks, -7-40 ' i''
, No. 43 Automobile Row Ma's is the East Side and fellow. "And here is Hype Igoe
on
1 Listen To Phone 3-4934 3-4915 M. A. POWELL, S'A Army, Navy and Air '11orce 'Will A. H. Dogue and 13. .T0. Spence , L ,
, W st S'd d h 'i T 71 i n
Grayson works on the e i e, an ere s ommy ann g
-a be,- taking., Part in the safety of Rainbow City. V, ',", ,'' ''.'''' ' ''
' The OAS
, ;
, AD Types of Auto Insurance
, 'COLON Tel., 106 so he doesn't get over to Costal- God rest their souls.
lo's' very often. , ' ''''' d nstrations,,',1 exhibits and It is anticipated thati -Canal ,,,, Orightallt, the Irrench.hora
' ' other running, tventl, of ,'tha Zone Gov 'William S.,Potter will tro 1 1 ,,
, 0 The NEA Sports Editor was sit- 4'1 went you to have this, pit- ,J, , wait a, very s p a length of,
. HOLIDAY. IN RUSSIA FIVE KILLED BY TRUCK tint cooling his soup when a ture, Harry, because it was te ea
k day.' I. , , ,, , ,, accept ,the invitation to Delhi,
ananterican bent, white-haired gent tapped just 25 years ago today and .1 re- '',The satets field day is a tom,. principal', ker at the ,.,0,,. tubing used in Minting ,antO
,
, , nit wide movement which gram. ,' ,,,. 0.- ,, .,, r waro Pant Iouis XV used, ,,
': ' 2.-o.rd 18h
,, ; ec OW LONDON (UPI) Dr. Hewlett LA CORUNA, Spain (Upil---Au-
, him on the shoulder, ' member that you told nut,- 4,To- mu Y
' ot. was inaugurated in 1955 by the ',' ., 'o '
,,.. , ,. ,, ''',: bomgonsisting-ed.three
,,
"You're Harry Grayson, he in- day I am going to work forNEA, ne,... hag ,, , 1,4,. eireknon th"liddie ,
- ',,,4.. ',, .y 4e,"':"N Johnson, the "Red Desn'' et Can. thorities said today' Bit
--,.. tyrnen formed Grayson. "I've got' a, pic- and, I said, 'Whatever the heti is Persia civic cou u ana PREMIER. IPORTED 'Lk , 1..''' t
A
: ':'' ''' '12:30 p.m.
I
I've been holding for NEA?
terbury, was en route to the walking single-file along the side turenhere
Black Sea coast In Russia with of a road were struck down and
you. , He presse e c ure ,., n o
, since been aponsored by 'Rain- 1 '..- ,, li
d th pi t i t bow City and Santa Cruz civic CAIRO (101)--Tbe etaWeAloe
. .4 Ow Dith century. loin bolero ?,
,'
,, .. i. ' that Um in 164, tae Hellen ' 4
44
.composer,,
',haw Luny 4 wrote i
In a few momenta he was back Grayson's hands and ,'rnoved councils; and with a Major sOP-, "'Voice et ,, Free Iraq" said to- .. 0,)
. ' g HOO-YCN
,, . his wife today for a free holiday killed by a large truck yesteloay. showing Harry a larged framed away.,
' 1 port of the government agen- day that Iraqi Premier, Abdel
uto orchestral part for '"
!, ',, , Every, Sunday as guest of the Soviet national The women were returning home this instrurnent4'',. , ,,) ;
fhotograph showing four youth. "Who'll he?" asked Grayson. ,, cies, is ealculated tO bring Vivid- Karim, Kassem 'had suffered a , , .. ,,, , ,
ul. dark-haired feilows chatting His tompanion said "That's Ty to the publie the safety prat. nervous breakdown, 'The .,,,repo,rt sita;sio,i'iu 2,4,,,.,;L. NI ',, l',;

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LEAVE YOGI AB wit! oPti or- cots AGENTS OE OPTICIES AT 12-11 P111 STREET., PANAMA P. LIBRERIA PRECIADO--T Street U 13AGINCIAS
INTIERNAL. DE puitacAtieNE8-:-Na. 'Amory ram CASA ZALDOCantral Arc dd LOURDES PHARMACY-122 La Carrasquilla FARMACIA Lost.
ISARDOSe 24 "B-Street MORRISONtilt et July Ave. at a at. lzwi SERVICEAve. Tivoli No. d IPARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS-101 Central Ave.
FAIIMACIA Ceniral Aso, HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEI. fae.. de la' Om Avdt. We, di POTO DOMYJusta Aresesnene Ave. and 32 St VAR"
MACIA VAN DM MS.-die Street Ns. U IPARMACIA EL BATURROParene Lefsvre I Street PARMACIA ItAtioVia Penes 111. NOVLDADWN ATMs-.
Beside Bella Vista Theatre and Panel at Atbdeara Muket en Via Nepalis COLON OFFICZ: 15tit ant Antader Guerrero Me. 14221 TeL :

ments j
Apartments
FOR RENT: Furnished ono
bedroom eoartntont ail ton.
veniences, game', 161 Via Bo,.
lisarie PfillS
FOR RENT: Campo Motto
furnished two en bedrooms
apartments, hot wafer. halmnis
etc. Call 3-1719.
FOR RENT: Moslem apart apartmans,
mans, apartmans, for small family, $75.00
monthly. Phone 3-5245.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
furnished apartment, hot water
garage, etc. Nice location, fac facing
ing facing British 'Embassy, 30 Ecuador
Ays.
FOR RENT: Furnished hve
bedroom apartment. Information
Tel. 3-1118. Vie Fernattdo de
Cordoba No. 23, across Centre
Comercial. Mrs. Torres.
FOR RENT: Apartments
comfortably furnished, with or
without meals. 43rd Street No.
27.
FOR RENT: Threo bedroom
penthouse, large tomes, studio
porch, two bathrooms, maitt's
room, kit water etc. Near San Santuario
tuario Santuario Nacional and Mini Max
Super-market, $200.00. Phone
2-0481 office hours.
FOR RENT: two apartments,
one uniumishoril and the other
completely furnished, two story
building, an apartmont on each
floor. Hot woo, gars'', maid's
room, lawn, very cool. Includ Including
ing Including linen, china, kitchen usten ustenoils.
oils. ustenoils. For information Phone
3-3839.
FOR RENT: ft-- in Cangrefe
ens and two Iredreema apart apartment
ment apartment with dining, living, large
kitchen, perch, laundry, garage
all scrmned. Call 3-7453.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Transiting
specialist. We service all makes
ant models. Ws don't pretend to
peasants out work. W. OM'
antes It.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 1E-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For Sutter Nome bevies. Alwayo
INA 4
.111. TELEVISIONos
Phone 3-'7E07 halo SIM
front 9:00 a.no. t 10100 pm.
Costal Same smoke all Panama
Transport Trucks, Tractors, logs
livestock, stc. Call Panama
3-6352 b 3-0620.
Protect yeur boons and proper property
ty property against insect damag
Prempt scientifie treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 et Colon 1777.
USARCARIB Firing
Schedule Announced
Areas on both sides of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus will be utilized for firing bY
units of U.S. Army Caribbean
during the coming week. The
schedule of weapons activity in includes:
cludes: includes: Kmpire Known Distance Range,
Fort Kobbe area, April 29-25 from
7 cm. to 3 p.m.; rifle firing by
the lst Battle Grou, 20th Infan Infantry.
try. Infantry. Maximum altitude, 12,500
feet; maximum range, 3500 yards.
Fort Davis Sam Armi Range,
April 23 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
pistol firing by the USARCARIBfi
School. Maximtm altitude, 2000
feet; maximum range, 1650 yards.
Venado Field Firing Rang e,
Fort Kobbe area, April 22 and 23
from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; mor mortar
tar mortar firing by units of the lst Bat Battle
tle Battle Group. Maximum altitude, 400
ifeet; maximum range, 2000 yards.
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Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
,
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE CO
LOW RATES UP TO 3t Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEBLINGER
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Phone 3-4934 3-4915
All Types of Auto Insurance

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HOLIDAY. RUSSIA
LONDON (UPI) Dr. Hewlett
Johnson, the "Red Dean'' of Can Canterbury,
terbury, Canterbury, was en rout to the
Black Sea coast In Russia with
his wife today for a free holiday
las guest of the Soviet national
Ihealth system.

11 health system. i from a local fair. "I,
I wonderful James Thurber mu- I Tim, , .,,' ..,.,,, 1 tics. &nolived On immtniatn Job! was sot nonfirrond nificislly, ,.,1. il ,- ,.- --:- ------,i,z, ,
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Auiiroatiles
FOR SALK: 1957 Ford 300,
4 Barrel, all power. many en enteas.
teas. enteas. Cmal and white. Phase
Albrook 3134.
I
FOR SALE: 1955 Mon
looker Champion 2-door, pork
condition. Balboa 2-15118,
FOR SALE: -- 1954 Corsotte
Conti., now top, good tires, anti
radio. Phone Cristobal 3-24111.
FOR SALE: ,1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 8-Cyl. 4-D Sedan,
radio, excellent condition mile mileage
age mileage 21,000. Call 2-3631 House
2241-1.
FOR SALE: '57 Green M.G.
Convertible wire entaglemente
tires WW tires, radio, Tel.
3-1385 fro 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Ford Country
Sedan 9 passengers Station
Wagon, very good condition.
5738 Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrilet
V-8 Power Pack motor, power
glide, 4-door hardtop $1,475.00
Phone 5-428 Gatun 235-I.
FOR SAL11:--1953 Chevrolet, 4-
door sedan, 39,500 miles, one
owner. 5711 D; Diablo, 2-
2363.
FOR SALE: Cherry Bel Air
Sport Coupe 1955, six cylinder,
radio, two tone, three now WiS
tiros, 114tW battery. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Also piano & Violin.
Can be soon 2-233 Carr St.
Balboa.
1 Personals,'
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL,
PHONE BALBOA 1709
Democrats To !lame
Committees To Aid
1960 Program
MIAMI BEACH, April 20 (UPI)
The Democratic party's execut executive
ive executive committee will name at least
three new committees to help
write the party's 1960 national
platform, chairman Paul M. But Butler
ler Butler announced here yesterday.
One of these would be a group
to study sccientific advances re relating
lating relating to national defense, Butler
said. Others would include metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan area and social problems.
Butler said former Air Force
chief of research Trevor Gardner
and two unidentified Nobel Pize
winners will head up the 18-man
scientific advisory body.
Gardner, who resigned his post
in 1956 after criticizing the ad admnistration's
mnistration's admnistration's guided missile and
defense program, was an advoc advocate
ate advocate of a 'crash program' in na national
tional national defense.
New .11aven, Conn. Mayor Ri Richard
chard Richard Lee was named to head the
metropolitan study group, Butler
said.
Butler's comments came at tbe
executive meeting of the National
Young Democrats, who voted to
bold their 1959 convention at Tole Toledo,
do, Toledo, Ohio, in inid-Novembetr.
CALL TRANSIT STRIKS
ROME (UPI)-71tome street ear
and bus. workers have called a
strike for tomorrow. They are
seeking higher wages.
PLAN HIGHEST TOWER
LONDON (UPI) Russia this
year will start building a 1,625-
foot cone-shaped television tower,
higher than the world's tallest
buildings. Radio Moscow said to today.
day. today. The tower will go up at Os Ostankino.
tankino. Ostankino. Gukli.
col. Inch
YALE
Industrial Lift Trucks
and Hoist
Tractor Shovels.
Local representative:
M. A. POWELL, S.A.
'COLON Tel. 106

1
FIVE KILLED BY TRUCK
LA CORUNA, Spain (Uri)Au (Uri)Authorities
thorities (Uri)Authorities aid today' Rye women
walking eingle.filt along the side
of a road were struck down and'
killed by a large truck yesteloay.
The women were retirning home
from a local fair.

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FON SALE 115 tables.' 63
,
chairs. restaurant typo 6150.00
Cocell Clubhouse.
aim,Om
FOR SALE: -- Antomatio
washing machine "lag los," maw mawunit
unit mawunit S85.00. Phone 2-311Sw
FOR SALI: .1-04' El Ooltio taffirld
rator, "Some' with frioser top ;
9.8 coi. ft.. Telephone Balboa
FOR SALE: Washing lila.,
chino, Drier,' holm, refrigere)--
tor, stsam iron, mixmaster
(batidora) Vacuum leaner,
sullen:mous electric appliances.
9x12 rug tir pat desk, table 6'
Amin, deubhv beiC,,,snittrein6;
box springs, bie. bkychlOse bkychlOsemerous
merous bkychlOsemerous items, photography 10
"K" Street, Cangroist.1 1
phone 3-6516. 1
FOR SALE: Hat Point 11 so.
ft. Excellent condition. $150
Amodor Navy S135.
Bamboo living room furniture,'
dining room set, rug, TV, radio,
miscellaneous articlos 5711 ft;
wringer typo washing machine.,
Diablo. 2-2363.
FOR SALE: Nico dining! sot
complete SI 50.00. Air con conditioner
ditioner conditioner 84, $1500O. Tole Tolephine
phine Tolephine 3-6793,,.
FOR SAM Kitchen table
and chairs, metal diek, ma.
hogany bed sot, Frigidaire
S cu. ft. refrigerator, blonde
table medal Hi.Fi sat. Call
Balboa 3553 after 4 anri 941061
2539 before.
FOR SALE: Kitchen tables
$31.00; Metal Inraus
$15.00; Bunk beds $44.00
mahogany wardrobe S2500; me medern
dern medern wrought iroli h air
$19.00; doublo wspring
$125.00; kereseno t y se
$19.00; small midge $5.50
Hollywood bode winew mathese
$49.00; nits tables $12.50;
mattress $6.50; now folding beds
$27.00; pillows $1.25; also
lovely living & dining room sots
chroms dinotte sots in beautiful
colors, innerspring mattress's--
EASY PAYMENTS -- WE RI RICOH
COH RICOH DI T ION MATTRESSES
Household Exchange,- National
Ave. Tele. E-4911 8-71411.
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WANTED
WANTIDt fa Kish IntstitY
dining mom not; including tut tutfat
fat tutfat also an upright deep train trainer
er trainer good Hodition. Cali3-4843.
, WANTIEtt Inginoor
with highway expoions for
field and Width Box 4356
Panama.
WANTED: For or Chevrolet.
1951 or 1952. Good condition.
Balboa OW Gavi lan Road or call
totopbono 2-3531 Balboa.
Aql '.117. -1--1 1 W. '1
" Today Is best tabor mar Is to.'
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NEW YORK--(NEASomedoby over' drinks in .er
made a date for lunch at Tim rah.
Costello's with Harry Grayson.' "Here you ate,'
Thn's is on the East Side and fellow. "And ben
Grayson works on tha west Side, and here 'is Tol
so he doesn't get over tn. Postai- God rest their sou
lo's' very often.
1 The NEA Sports Editor Was sit- 41 want you to
ling cooling his soup -when a tun, Harry, beet
bent, white-haired gent..., tapped just 7.5 years ago
him on ,the shoulder, member 'that you
!Itou're HarryGrayson,',1te in- day I am going t(
formed 'Grayson. got a, pic- and, I said,. 'WW1'
ture here I've been holding for NEA?"1
you.". He pressed ths
In a few momente he was back Grayson's,, hands
showing Harry a larged framed away.,
photograph showing four youth- "Who'll .he?" a
Jul, dark-halred fellows chatting His eompanion
wonderful James Thurber mu- 'rim."

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'Oft SALE: '- 'You Iwo kayo a
'1,socond home so yeir.own for
$1,500. A SS' x11.41t3t3'6"),,
oil PIO Illehte mahoionr, hull
' (abbe ersloor. fully equipped
owl Faris.; to ink -anywhere. to-'4.
lance'. tit year tunic-11,477
Balboa. Phone 1-1143.-,

goR : SALL Washing t nta-,
- chiesa, Thor Launisontat, Imusel
lent senditims, 2104-C Clo-,
sundae. nom 1111-1227
1111111111., roam ,1104AS I s
FOR SALE i Task ',wola41
Zenith. 'Cionopole -eion4ination;
maktotisot :10.10 FAIL Can
6-352... ,'
FOR SALE: Exhaust fen.10
hick it-blede.sPlywood enclosure t
Rioter $30.00. 0840.
Apt. F. Acacia Place, ditallear
FOR BALI: ...dia. inch- tam
Rom litattar 2 mama with ail:
hustabla pottleatek cTol Balboa;
FOR SALE: Ak eandkisnor;
separate oompreasor tondomor
units, now I HP roloto, all for
$95. leuatiful Flachart piano
piano and bench, $185; oalid
mahogany dining MVO Set,
tibia. 3 bravos, buffet, aiming
Mirk, 11 :Maim, $300.
5407. Harrod, Diablo.
FOR SALE: Wootlashomee
cm. ft. portal:do refrigerator
$100. Carina 'bit $75. Va Valet
let Valet Case for 'omelet wardrobe
$20.
FOR SALK: Modern oh.
'hair, coifs table, boOkcaso
stools, TV, Andrea owing 'sot,
largo plaatit pool. Good palms.
Can (Panama 3-0683,,
Gomez To Address
Guests Al Auditors,
Accountants Party
Louis A. Gomez, vice presi president
dent president of thase-Manhattan Bank
in charge of all Isthmian
branches, will be guest speaker
at a joint dinner meeting of
the Institute of Internal Audi Auditors
tors Auditors and the Federal Govern;-
ment Accountants Aseociation
to be held Thursday at .7:00 ti
m. In' the Fort Amadei, Officer's
GoMek, a resident et Panama,
has many years of experience
in the field of banidng, pezti pezticularly
cularly pezticularly in' this area of t h e
world, and is a very intereeting
sPeaker. His subject will be "In "International
ternational "International Banking."'
The dituuir will feature IL&
Rib Roast and will be preceded
by a hospitalityihour beginning
at 7 p.m. The Institute of In Internal
ternal Internal Auditors will be host at
this meeting.
'rickets-for members and their
guests may be obtained at 32.25
each from: Roscoe Cleveland,
Ft. Arnador 247 (Army); Bill
Ambrose, Corozal 2297 (ArMY):
Maj. A. A. Tisone Albrook 2221
(Air 'Force): Val. Lynch, Ft,
Amador 5181 (ArmY): James
rulton, Balboa 353 8(Pan. Ca Canal);
nal); Canal); Kathleen McGuigan, (Bal (Balboa
boa (Balboa 2515 (Pan. Canal): Bob
Roche- Balboa 3835 (Pan Ca Canal).
nal). Canal). SIIIIVICIS
WEST LOS ANGELES, Calif.
(UPI) Iruneral services will be
held tomorrow at St. Martin of
Tours Roman Catholic Church for
James (Jimmy) Glee; ion, 75-Yearold
veteran actor.,
saummummer.ra. eatimmil."1111114":1110111V"I'sm4":".11.
over. drinks in front et .0ostello's
rah.
"Here you ate," said the old
fellow. "And here is Hypo Igoe
and here 'is Tommy Flannigan,
God rest their souls.
4'1 want you to have this, pit pitturt,
turt, pitturt, Harry, because it was taken
just 25 years ago today and .1 re remember
member remember that you told 4,To 4,Today
day 4,Today I am going to work forSEA:
and, I said, 'Whatever the hell'is
NEAn", '
He pressed the picture, into
Grayson's hands nnd 4noved
"Who'll he?" asked GI:avow,
, His eompanion aid "Times
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' Stevens. ',, , .,. ..- '2 Bureau has kW granted a spa- y, ', ,. ,'. ,...
In front I43Ittello's About fourteen Units tront.tht dal reduted round trip tare or ., ., .,,- -
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CL-!:111:d Ads

Cleitia41 11:11t.
am. Mei.' cirri., 11 sane
tlai.;, pm.' Sat. lot' Stn.,
Cpttk;41 epos 11-t weekdays..
SALls-4.ato SDI and 1.000.
atatota, Its the Kew tilphdreso
lithaaizatioa, avow A twee
latelochi AN jet with newt
,A 'treats. sowagth wow oafs wad
olotwitity.. Call ,W. Istelanbett
Tel. 44976. ,
POlt SALIPLet 1.0611 seam
meters in the ISeet leestiee IA
La Crests,' situated between afro
, Street and new street. Per infer.
ovation Plasm tali Tel. 2.2170
jou, am. ts 31 nee, and fteus
2 01114 I" 5 103116
'f FOR SALE 11-6' Three ',elbowed ;
sh10,. mow, fottuntek.':'
-Tot. I-0912.;'. , .., :
boilroom olralot'
,L,,on 019 eq.-Motors elevated land
prominently' -loomed on Boyd BoydRoosevelt
Roosevelt BoydRoosevelt entranerr' poised. for';.
, mask' solo loovirig
1-2692.'Apply 1034 ,Salranem
FOR SALIttl, Paporty Ar-,
P ollan. Wows. garage, Fruit
trees, 412 Rattan, Nlarview,
Multsill, banish' $3,500
Call Balboa 1-1117,,'
HELP WANTED; 0loporionood
maid aro for 2 Andros. Rohr
item Pomona ,2-26110,
,
limentivo' A.) with
porionoo as aosountantstmentsr
- fror a largo American first and
with S. A. nil M.:S. dairies "'
Business Administration with
tomialisation amounthsg tto
mania and marketing; maks PI
octstiss Poskioc Pisan reply
"Loma" 'Sax' 114. Plikeitillio
Profossional idiotism w b
speaks' Spanish, !milk& 014
French, wall, with largo
potions in business manage.
mint with own car, offal" oars.,
loss to manage businasa or any
kind of Otis work. Moderato
salary dosirod. Write Sr. Santa,
los S1111, Istafata Avenida Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Panama,
Animals
POR SALI .4.... Whe, pen up.
rior poppios, AKC nitishomil;
Bost' for toliNdroo, flo not oho&
hair. 2249 Corr Ittoot, itotboo,
1
Umons
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PLAN NOW
To tako advantoso of
DOROTHY CHASES'S
Special Summer Sompiost
TAP BALLET TOR
.ACROBATIC b CHARACTER
Juno, lolY 00.111"
' Registration dotes bo
monomial'
Nottai School Transmittal
pravaod oath to 1 I. Op
all year. Call Balm 1214.
'
ittiCORIk
, PARIS (UPI) facia 3s said
today that Paris bad Re hottest
April 13 in SO years. The harm.
meter rose to dome'.
BAMNAD PO LIP
GUILFORD, England (UFO,
Motorist Jack Hodges, SI, 'has
been fined $140 and 4Laqualified
from driving for lift. Asked by
police when arrested if' he drank,
be paid, "Gbod God, ro. I drink
Woo a fith."'

edro Migud Committee
'morrow To Discuss' Fie'

la eennection wtth, tie lith
Annual Safety Field Day be be
held at Pedro Miguel under the
sponsorship of the' civic coun council,
cil, council, the committee ,in charge of
making the' arrangements, has
announced a meeting for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at the Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel -elementary school starting
at 7:30 pm,.
After 'flag raising and Amen Amening
ing Amening ceremonies t scheduled to
take, '.1:1 1 a c 41: on the, school
grounds at 9:00 II.M.i'011 this, day,
Of the rield Day,, a parade
be forced ',, and proceed to:the
exhibition-, area, There', tho
bon matting ceremonies will' be
conducted by 'the father of the
safety, field' da,y ideao Cleveland
gtevens.;
, About, fourteen anits front Alia
vOrious agencies of the !Amami
Canal ,CompanyOovern m n t,
Army,' Navy and Mt lratee Itin
be, taking part,:, in 'the safety
deMonstrations, exhibits '0 and
other ,; running, tvventa of the
, ,,- r
r.,,The snfity field day is sa, Com' A.
munity wide movement' which
was inaugutatad in 1955 by the
Paralso, civic council and has
since been sponsored' by 'Rain 'Rainbow
bow 'Rainbow City 'and Banta Crux civic
councils; and with Major sup support
port support of the government
cies, is ealculated to bring vivid vividly
ly vividly to the publio the safety 'prac 'practics'.
tics'. 'practics'. observed on immediate lob

, Sy SAM

'-, S. have bout $1,000 profits
on stecirp, which could VI. te
VV. sem bilis. However am
uncertain bout the oi;etti' of
taking title profit brtters
fees, taxes, eec. 'Could your sP111
out lisr, moy
-A. You don't give' enottgli ...de ...details
tails ...details to spellit out be the penny.
But her goes: -,
The brokers' selling fees depend
tntitelY, of course, ea how much
money is involved in the sale to
establish ,this profit. g you had
$24,000 worth, of stock which rOlt
to $25,000 the brokers' ,fees'- for
selling woidd be Rvach higher; of
course than If you had $1,000
worth 'of stock which bad doubled
in value. Your broker will have to
give you the figures,
, 'The next bite will tome Sri in-,
come taxes. If-you held the atock
more than six months Yon lieod
add, only $500 to your incOme tax
report and pay,, your,regula; tax
rate on that.. It, for 'example,' you
are M the 30 per tent bracket. you
Will have te give 'Miele Sam $150
of your ,total profit:1f ,yott held
the ,stock less than six month,
the-entire $1,000 must be added
to your incomennd then your tax
would be $300.
-The same procedure would ap apply
ply apply whether the profit- is $1,000
or, $5,000, or, more. Naturally", the
higher- the profit, the bigbw tat
britekst
r
-ft ?low soondoes a' person Awn
stock idler buying k? bought 20
Great Northern RR. 'Ian. '11 and
Paid for if Jan. 15. A dividend was
declared San. 1.0., Do I get the di dividend,
vidend, dividend, or only part of it. or more?
How long does the broker have te
deliver the stock?
4. You get all the dtvklend, Ann
you clearly owned the stock, 1:07
Feb. 4, the ex-dividend date.' The
dividend shotdd have been .reciv .recived
ed .recived by you or paid' Into your
brokerage account on March 2
The amount was 75 eents share
or 215 on your 20 tharea.
-Ym should have' the- otoelt
now. Generally it takes a few
weeks to transfer eertilleates.
q. 1 you had oflourth ei a oar oarnoration
noration oarnoration that wail sold' for a mil million,
lion, million, cotdditte, proceeds, the pro-.
fits, be invested' to give you a fair
living, toe'vrould it be 'better- for
the four owners te invest', ioge,
titer? Bow tan you-get bt with without
out without having' to pay 'oo ',moth. tax?
A; There's sloe question' to
daydream about.''.'
N I had' a qtaarter oidlion
tars coming to ate out of the sale
of a joint enterprise,, would Pal
the tax, invest mr ,ovm portion.
individually,. and sit beet and
watch the vrorld to tri-'
in the first plate,. I'llnor of no
tax advantage to- investing joint jointSecondly,
Secondly, jointSecondly, it. lion4 that al
four ovmera have the game in investment
vestment investment goals,
Thirdly, I don't et Where a
million dollare invested' by" one
group tould bring in' any ,,inort
than if it were, broken up, into
four. parts except,- of 'eeUrne,
some big single venture presented'
That-yould be a. ',pedal
tuation:'
' As far se the tilt tontesnett.
the quarter million coming to you
may not taxable unless all
of it reprenente clear profit. And
even- then' the tax..would not be
more than 25 'per tent or about
$56,000, since k is most blelt, a
long termcapital gain.
,,,, The balance of $200,00' Otold
eltailY'lleld $10,000 a year or even
$7,500 in completely tax tree in-;
come Congratulatiins.l' (
.
locations whilOat the earns time
attemptintr the Illustrate, how,
the same practices can be util utilized
ized utilized in the home to make It a
lot safer.
This safety field day coming
on the,heelk of the conclusion
of "fire prevention week, in the
Zone has 'already been assured
of the participation of the lire'
department , '. t t.!
t Tb. safety sommittei;, At Attempting
tempting Attempting to encourage on over over,
, over, flowing Audience, ku secured a
special concession on A the ', bus
fare between the redro
Para's and Santa CrUz .points
and return for that day..
;,,0 The ',Railroad Division of the
Transportation and Terminals
Bureau has Also granted a fps.
dal reduced round trip fare or
that0',dayo'Tickets' for this',, will
he handled by Kenneth Weeks.
A. IL Dogue and To. Spence
Of RAinbow City. r
It Is anticipated thati 'Canal
Zone Gov.' William S.,Potter will
accept ,the'invitation to be the
principek speaker at the pro proPRIMMER
PRIMMER proPRIMMER SPORTED 11-1?,
CAIRO (101).The' clandestine
Illoice et ince iirsq" said to.
day thst Iraqi Premier, Abdel
Karlin, 'Lessem 'bed suffered e
nervous breekdowni The report
was not 'eonfirmed

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NEW, YORK, April 410 settP1)
'rho advance which littad stocks to
record highs hist week was extend
'ot:14ftwther. at...nn active nOmil4
'gains,- although omall-in
Gloat instances, often came 011 SOOd
1 VOILInte. One et the largest, early
blocks Ins a 5,3On-share. opeahig,
in ?ord.?, Metors which rose. .1p41
Point to a nevr high el OS
' ACP - '3314 t
',Advocate -Aoliel;toa 140b
, Allegheny' Corp '13
L,',.tAlutninitint Ltd SO
Amer:Cyanamid 3S t
- Amer' Stotors , 37 ;
:Thamer Tel' and Irol, 363
, Anaconda (3opper 1151,41. 4
,' Arkansas Fuel 34 I
AVCO Sift il4tAb
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Bettinger Corp: ,
-jBicro It 'Uranium
British Pet 5,
Burroughs.
Canadian Nagle ,
'1',,Celaneset-'
Cerre de' Paseo
Chicage, Grea4
Chrysle
Citieti' Service
Colorade lruel
' Coastal Carib 2
, Colgate' Palmolive
Creole Pet,
' Crown 'Cork and Sea
',;:Clutban Venezuelan
Pont:.
"-El Paso :Natural
Fairchild Ingine
' Farce DOA. 7,t
4,1relmont'Yet,'
Generat-Dymintel
General', Electrie
',General Motors
, General' Pl,reued
Gulf Oil '',
Harsco, Steel ''''
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Movref-Soimd
' Imperial- OS
Intl, Pet ',
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311 outreme 12641
Mertin Co.
EntrTer 'and lel'
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Olin MathieeoW.
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Pet:
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104.Dtettils;Shell
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- od to win 11.S. support for his revolutionary re gime.

Cuba Will Side With West,
'Castro Avows On Telecast

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WASHINGTON, (UPI) Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro said yesterday Cuba would
live ap to its treaty obligations
and side wiGh ne West in any
conflict with Russia.'
Appearing u. a nationwide
TV program (Meet the Press,
NBC), the bearded revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary leader denied that he ever
said Cuba would be neptral in
such a clash.
He also declared that while
there :nay be tome Comma Commas:At&
s:At& Commas:At& in his government, "their
influence is nothing."
Castro said Leither he nor
his brother, Raul, also a leader
in the new government, is a
Ccnnnunist.
'Pe,promised to call tree elec elections
tions elections in Cuba "as soon' as pos possible"
sible" possible" but reiuseci to tie pinned
down to how soon. Ho Weyer,
he said at one point that elec elections
tions elections should be held within four
years at the most.
, After his television 'appear 'appearance,
ance, 'appearance, Castro went to the cap capitol
itol capitol to confer with Vice Pres President
ident President Richard M. Nixon.
Earlier yesterday, he played
the role of a Washington tour tourist,
ist, tourist, visiting George Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's home and the famous
memorials to Abraham Lincoln

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and Thomas Jefferson. He laid
wreaths at each.
Castro wore his familiar olive
drab fatigue uniform during
both his TV apearance and his
visit to the national shrines.
During the half-hour .of tele televised
vised televised questioning, he spoke for
the most part in broken Eng English,
lish, English, asking the aid of an in interpreter
terpreter interpreter only a couple of times.
As to whether he was put putting
ting putting Cuba on the road to neu neutralism,
tralism, neutralism, Castro said:
"Cuba has some interna international
tional international commitments and they
have not been denounced."
He mistakenly used the word
compromise for commitment.

(engross Urged
16 Take Easy
On Legislation

WASHINGTON, April 20 (UPI
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating at atN.Y.)
N.Y.) atN.Y.) urged Congress today to
go slow in enacting legislation
to overthrow a Supreme Court
ruling in anti-subversion cases
lest it affect the law in other
fields.
Keating, a member of the
Senate Judiciary committee, re referred
ferred referred to a bill to keep the high
court from invalidating any
state law which does not con conflict
flict conflict with federal law in the
same field.
Sponsored by Sen. John L.
McClellan (D-Ark.) and others,
the measures grew out of a
court ruling overturning state
convictions of Communists.
Keating said in testimony
prepared for the Senate Inter Internal
nal Internal Security Subcommittee that
"its broad and unqualified lan language
guage language may create more prob probjems
jems probjems than solutions and could
further muddle the already
complicated law. in this field."
He argued that it would be
better for Congress to pass a
narrower law dealing specifical specifically
ly specifically with the court ruling in the
so-called Steve Nelson Case in
Pennsylvania.
In the Nelson case, the court
held that federal laws had pre preempted
empted preempted the field of anti-Communist
legislation and thus in invalidated
validated invalidated the state law.

ALGIERS (UPI) Rebel bombs
left a trail of dead and wounded
in Algeria yesterday,in a wave of
terrorism that frightened many
Moslems away from the polls in
Algerian-wide municipal elections.
By nightfall at least 20 persons
had been killed and 64 injured in
the violence aimed at kefping
Moslems from voting. The French
army killed 11 rebels and wounded
or captured an indefinite number
of others in counter-raids.

Rebel assailants assassinated
Moslem candidates, massacred
Moslem villagers and bombed a
polling station in the city of Con Constantine.
stantine. Constantine. Government Prefect Raymond
ricugnier, in a special broadcast,
warned voters that they would
be playing into the hands of the
rebels by staying away from the
mils. He ordered polling places
to stay open an extra two hours
--Wit 8 n.to to try 'n make up
for a poor early turnout.
Rebol extremists litid threaten--
ed fellow Moslems with death if

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Sen. Heuberger Hiis
'Rabid Crilicism'
Of Demp Leadershily

WASHINGTON -(UPI) Sen.
Richard L. Neuberger ID-Orel
said yesterday Democrats who
hava been aiming "rabid critic criticism
ism criticism and invective" at the party's
Senate leaders should look at their
record of accomplishment,
Using a, tag sometimes hung on
Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B. Johnson by critics, Neuberger
said Congress under the leader leadership
ship leadership of "reactionaries from Texas'
had won legislative goals which
eluded previous party leaders
from northern states.
While Neuberger did not men mention
tion mention the fact, Democratic Party
destinies in the House are directed
by Speaker Sam Rayburn, also
a Texan.

Neuberger mentioned that Con Congress
gress Congress in 1957 passed the first fed federal
eral federal civil rights bill "in eight
decades" and has' voted to admit
two states to the Union Alaska
and Hawaiiin the past two
years.
He said the two territories bad
been kept out for 20 years "due
largely to racial prejudice be because
cause because of Alaska's Indian and Es Eskimo
kimo Eskimo majority and Hawaii's large
Polynesian and Oriental popula populatime
time populatime While geuberger did not single
out anyone by name, his state statement
ment statement obviously was intended to
defend ,Jobnson a'gainst recent
criticism by liberal northern Dem Democrats,
ocrats, Democrats, including Sen. William
Proxmire (Wis.), Pat McNamara
(Mch.) and Joseph S. Clark (Pa.)
and others.
The Oregon senator said civil
rights and statehood legislation
"never were attained when tbe
Democrats were led from Illinois
and Arizona and when Republi Republicans
cans Republicans had leadership of their ma majority
jority majority from Ike northern etates of
Ohio and California,"
This was a' reference to for former
mer former Democratic Leaders Scott
Lucas (M.) and Rernest McFar McFarland
land McFarland (Ariz.) and to Senate Ilepub Ilepub'lean
'lean Ilepub'lean Leaders Robert A. Taft
(Ohio) and William Knowland
(Calif.).
Neuberger said he did net clam
the present Senate leadership is
"perfectfar from it." He con conceded
ceded conceded he is disappointed when the
Senate fails to act on liberal
'proposals which.he supports.

Algerian Rebel Bombs Scare
Countless Mosiems From Polls

they voted in som 18,000 munel munelcipal
cipal munelcipal council races throughout M Mgeria.
geria. Mgeria. As part of President -Charles De
Gaulle's plan for giving Algeria's
nine million Moslems greater poll-,
tical and social equality with le
200,000 European "settlers," two twothirds
thirds twothirds of the munitipal cotmcillors
elected must be Moslems.
In the worst outbreak of vio violence,
lence, violence, a rebel band masaacred 10
and wounded 8 Moslems in the
hamlet of Moulabhen, near the
Tunisian frantier.
A grenade was ,hurled into a
group 'of women and Children In
Constantine, Algeria's third larg largest
est largest city' yesterday morning. Four
persons were killed and 39 in injured.
jured. injured. Two persons were kMed
and 10 wotmded Midas Satur Saturday
day Saturday night in hvo bomb explosions
that occurred minutes apart
In another Incident Saturday
night, the mayor of a small town
12 miles from Algiers was wound.
ed in the chest and arm when a
young rebel fired at him at close
range with a revolves.

LA PAZ, Bolivia, April 20
(UMGovernment troops and
police patrolled the streets of La
Paz today 'under state of siege
declare during yesterday's un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful revolt by the right-1'4LN!
Socialist Falange party.
At least 22 persons, were killed
and more than 50 wmmded in
fighting at the state radio station,
the tity hall, military barracks
and transit police headqueriell headqueriellThe
The headqueriellThe rebels gained control of the
radio station for a short' time.
A government communique saki
the fighting began shortly before
noon and that the phenol' was
put down In a matter., hours by
the militia. It said the regular
armed forces were not needed.
More than 20' rebels were arrest arrested,
ed, arrested, including Falange leader Luis
Sienz and Roherto,peyre, co-editor
of the newspaper Antorchs.
Membera of the youth section of
the National Revolutionary. Move Movement
ment Movement patrolled outside the foreign
embassies to prevent other rebel
leaders from taking refuge there.
The government samounced that
rebel leaders had asked President
Hernan Siles Suazo to haltretalia haltretaliafion
fion haltretaliafion by pro-government forces.
Siles ordered Seeretary-General
Guillermo Bedregal and Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Minister Jorge Antelo to col collect
lect collect the rebel arms to prevent fur further
ther further fighting.
Sites and members of his cab!,
net left the presidential Mace
last night te inspect the areas
where she fighting took place.
They were greeted by cheers
from thousands of persons in the
streets.
The rebels opened their attack
with an attempt to seize the tram tramit
it tramit police headquarters. Govern Government
ment Government officials said the attack was
repulsed. Eighteen 'perilous were
killed in the fighting there. includ including
ing including Transit Police Capt. Eduardo
Chavarria.
Other rebel units east-Iced the
military barracks and city hall but
were beaten back. The insurgents
were able to seize the radio station
and cut its cables before they were
dislodged by government forces.
Siles1 pre-labor government
has been beset recently by amen amenomic
omic amenomic troubles caused 'by high
prices and inflation. It lest sup support
port support from tin mining and eft

Commie Reshtznce
1958 Grails, tc:ns
By US: $5 Billion
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h I
United States funneled Bye bil billion
lion billion dollars in grants and loans
to foreign nation" last year to help
them resist the hvin threats of
Communist military and econo economic'
mic' economic' infiltration.
Illhe Commerce Department said
the total, which is $21,000,000
less than in 1957, was split about
eveinly between military and
economic assistance. Reflecting
their growing cold war import importance,
ance, importance, a rising share went to the
near Eas, Africa and South Asia.
Mese areas received about one
third more U.S. aid last year than
in 1957, or about 30- per eent of
the total. By contrast, Westem
Europe accounted for only about
20 per cent of the total, compared
with 40 per cent as recently as
1956.
The summary also showed that
Uncle Sam was owed a record
$12,500,000,000 by foreign nations
at the end of 1958, an increase of
5577,000,000 over the previous year.
Some of the money was owed
in dollars and some in foreign
currencies.
This country tollecte l290,000,-
000 in interest payments from
other nations last year, a jump of
more than 50 per cent ever 1957.
Assistance to Latin American
nations rose from $339,000,000 in
1957 to $594,00,0000 in 1958.. Mill Milltary
tary Milltary help accounted for only $67,-
000,000 of this. U.S. import-export
bank loans accounted for a large
share of the $527,000,000 In econ economic
omic economic aid.
Aid to the Near East, Africa
and South Asia rose from, $1,182,-
000,000 in 1957 to $1,542,000,000 last
year. Included was $845,000,000 in
te011etffile assistance and $697,000,-
00 in .military aid.

Police Break Up
Alleged Marijuana
Party In New York
NEW YORK (UPI) 4 Police
broke up an alleged marijuana
party In Greenwich Village yester yesterday
day yesterday and arrested three members
of the sports car set and a Oath Oathesque
esque Oathesque blonde.
Acting on an anonymous tip
three plainclothesmen members
of the narcotics squad burst into
a fifth floor walkup in the 'mart
of the city's Bohemian quarter
They found six flashy sports
cars parked outside and 30 men
and women in the apartment lie lietening
tening lietening to hi-fi record music.
The detectivet arrested ,Robert
P. Schmidt, 23, the hoot, Milton
Mesirow, 22, a photographer's as assistant
sistant assistant specialiamg irt. auto' pie pietures;
tures; pietures; Roy Gewant, 22 Jersey
City, a foreign eat salesman;
and Stephanie Heroin, IS, Roselle,
N.J.
Miss Hamm, 5 feet: 0 inches
tall, said she wee an education
major at Seton Hall College and
taught in, a dad and dumb school
in Newark e

cancel, feed and elothing subsidies-
at commissaries operated
by the workers..
Siles was elected. preadent on
Jtme 17, 1951 for a four-year term.,
His national revolutionary move movement
ment movement ha been in power since April
1952, when it overthrew a militia'?
junta rgime.'- ,
Yesterday's revolt fame less
than a week after serirs disturb disturbances
ances disturbances were reported in three cen centers
ters centers of the nationalized tin min mining
ing mining industry and about a month
an da half after anti-America ri rioting
oting rioting in the capital.

Alfred II. Steele
,
Pepsi-Cola thief, 1'
,
Succumbs In Sleep
NEW YORK, APril 2 (UPI)
Alfred N. Steele, 57, chief execu executive
tive executive of the Pepsi-Cola Company
and husband of actress Joan Craw
ford died yesterday.
Miss Crawford found Steele dead
in his bed when she awoke yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning in the couple"s
penthouse apartment.

The couple had just returned
from a six-week business trip a across
cross across the country and had planned
to leave today for a 10-day-vacation
in Jamaica. A, family spokes spokesman
man spokesman said Steele had had no hint
of illness and apparently suffered
a heart attack in Ms sleep.
Mies Crmvford eloped with Steele
four years ago and 'Rut her own
career into the baCkgroimd to ac accompany
company accompany him on a nearly, eonti,-
nuous round of 'business travels.
She' enllapaed after calling urv urvants.
ants. urvants.
Steele inized the Pepsi Cola
Company m 1949, when it ,had a
profit of $11,500,000 on 8138,000,000
000 in sales, and built it to a 1938
profit of $11,500,000 on $138,00,
m sales. Ho was chairman of the
board and thief executive offic officer
er officer of the-company at the time of'
hit death..
Steele who went to the soft drink
firm sifter a long career in ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, was creted with chang changing
ing changing the fOrMtga of the drink to
make k less sweet, changing its
advertising emphasis from econo economy
my economy to quality, putting it into vend vending
ing vending machines, promoting foreign
sales and streamlining its business
operation. He 'had expected to de deIdicate
Idicate deIdicate new world headquarters for
the firm in a Park Avenue sky skyScraper
Scraper skyScraper next year.

Prelate May Tiry
To Sell Pontiff
On Worker Priest

PARIS (UPI) The archbishop
of Paris may go ,to Rome to.
day to try to persuade Pope John
XXIII that the "worker priest"
experiment is worth another try.
The archbishop, Maurice Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal Feltin, intended to leave for
Rome if his doctors pronounced
him fit after a' slight, indisposition.
The "worker priest" movement
was an experiment by the Roman
Catholic Church in Prance in
wMch priests were sent into
Communist-dominated factories to
work at the benches and live and
exchange ideas with the vmrking
Man.
'rhe movement was discouraged
by Pope John's predecessorthe
late Pope Pius XII because it
did not fit his ideas on how the
church should go about its mis,
sion.

'Inflation Not Nicesaril Part
Of Price Of k,ProgresiAncl,erspn,

dommilmen

t NEW YORK, April 20 (UPI)
Treasury Secretary Robert B. And
erson -told newspaper executives
today ,that the 'nation's prosper prosperity
ity prosperity is racing far ahead of the ei eisenhower
senhower eisenhower administration's expec expectations.
tations. expectations. ,
In a speech to mambers of the
American Nmvspaper Publishers
Association attending an Associat Associated
ed Associated Press luncheon, Anderson re reported
ported reported that personal Income and
corporate profits have reached an
all time high and total production
and industrial activity have- bro broken
ken broken previoue records- ,

Anderson predicted a bright eco economic
nomic economic fdture "without infla inflation,"
tion," inflation," which he said woe not ne necessarily
cessarily necessarily a part of Me price of
progress.
More than 1,300 execuilves of
daily newspapers were ,on hand
for the opening day of the ANPA's
I3rd annual convention. During the
four-day gathering they will attend
panel discussions, hoax formal re.
ports on the state of the press,
and talk shop it social gatherings.
Anderson was the first major
speaker. Another member of the
Cabinet Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy, will wind up the con.
vention with a speech at the an annual
nual annual dbmer of the Bureau cd Ad AdVertising
Vertising AdVertising on Thursday.
A newcomer to Publishers,
Week activities was today's
first ennui! breakfast of efficers'
of United Pms International re.
gionat editors associations. They
heard talks by four Mk!, ex
tutivesi

-
, ; A, number of the larger constructlon a nd sentracting : &Ms, fin' the 4nited,:', States
are expected ,to send ropresentatives te ths4Cmal,Zonenn Marla', te7dlicuse;the subs
Structure Project for ,the:Balbee,,bridge,itswas leanisd todity .!4:',' :,, ,;;;:','".,,,,,1,-,-.',;,r,,"',, :
- 'Last -,week :the' Panama :Canal CoMpan'T Invited bids fctr the eUbstructurs work:ex

Rocte4 sosi iti neighbiFhtiod 1:413,000,-000;' Blcii will. bi,:ei)eiied ',June 1

Panama contractors also- are
expected. to attend the prebbidir'
conference at'Ealboa Heights. It
is contemplated that few if any
Panamanian firma' will be in
position to bid on the prime coul
tract, not only, because of Its size.
but because of the highly tomplg
cated problems constructing
the bridge pierti.1,
A inumber of rename Sup;
!Wars, however, helm to come
nte the picture es ouppliers
materiels.
In specifications sent otit to pros prospective
pective prospective bidders,' the Canal eats
that cement and recinforcing steel
produced in Panama may be us used
ed used if they eonform to the speoli speolications.
cations. speolications.
Reinforcing ateel from the new
Pinam peel MiU has already
gone into,' several Sobs on the
Zone:' and the product of Cemen Cemento
to Cemento Panama has been used on the
Zone for a dozed years or more.
Howevero the quality of cement
required for the bridge is of un unusually
usually unusually biglitgrade. because the
great strength the piers, must
have, and because muMi of the
concrete will be under water.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is ono
of o series of articles prepar prepared
ed prepared by Officers, of the Fire Di Division
vision Division in connection with Fink
Safety Week on the most com common
mon common fire hazards found in tho
Canal Zone. This ona ono
Prompt reportlbg of fires is
based on this case history: In
195S at Curundu, a dolayed a alarm
larm alarm rotulted in property dam damago
ago damago amounting to $18,376.00 in
a four-family building.

Delayed alarms are, a 'problem
for all fire department. When a
&Cis going through the roof be before
fore before they 'get the- alarm, there is
not inuch-the department can do
about it except to protect the
exposures and extinguish the fire
with as much water as is necessary-
Such alarms are generally due
to two reasons: (1) either the
fire is not discovered immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, or (2) the occupants try to
extinguish the fire themselves,
then when it,proves too much for
them, they call the fire depart department.
ment. department. Undoubtedly., they extinguish
many small fires without the the,
department knowing anthing
bout them; but, oecasionallY, the
are unable to do sd, then you
have a delayed alarm apt" a big
fire.
If the fire department had
been called ,at the beginning, the
could probably have entinguished
the fire with only -a small loss,
thereby having a small fire loss
instead of a Urge, fire loss and
probably a loss of life.
Here are a few things to re remember
member remember in regard to reporting
bf fires,
First: Keep cool and, don't lose
your heid. Notify your fire de department
partment department by ,dialing 19 on your
telephone. nen go into action
with the fire exthumisher V avail available.
able. available. Remerber that a fire ex

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ANPA general sessions open
Wednesday at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel with the annual address
of the ANPA president, D. Ten Tennant
nant Tennant Bryan,-of the Richmond (Va.)
Times-Dispatch and News Leder.
ANPA members met for their
annual Jabot' relation' conference
today, an all-day closed session
at whieh work practice" and con contracts
tracts contracts are diocussed.
Anderson, the government's top
fiscal official, rejected IRS s
"false assumption" argilments
that "a little inflation is good for
economic growth." He added -he
as sure most Amerkans agreed
with him. A
"1 am confident," he said, "that
this nation is not going to adopt
a philosophy that 'inflation is a
necessary part of the price of pro progross.
gross. progross. .1 have deep faith.:. .that
the American people are wise e enough
nough enough -and perceptive enough to
support the principles which tan
leave for your children and mine
an America not ravaged by eco economic
nomic economic turmoil, but full of itrength
and igrowth and hope."',
Anderson laid great emphasis on
the needs for preserving the value
of the dollar a. favorite adminis administion
tion administion theme-, '
"We must maintain tho prkeless
Incentive of confidence in the va value
lue value of vioney,1' be,said., "Inflation
(meats a penalty that would be
levied on.. the pocketboolt of Oven'
American." '
Anderson 'said economic' expan expansion
sion expansion is "essentially anchored to the
growth and the development of
private bush aad industry4,

- Up. recently, Cemento
Panama has not ,produced 0 ce cement
ment cement of this quality, but its offic officles
les officles have announced their, plans
to install machinery lot doing so,,
' The building of the huge piers 'I
for the bridge will be one of the
most drama tic tendruction
fobs ever projected the car.
lisbean area, 11
The six piers thatWill inipport
the main span ans west approach
will be found on 'rock formations
var3ring from seven to 60 feet be below'
low' below' the sea level at ,the mouth
of the,Panama Canal. ',
Pot -the main piers, the' founda foundalions'
lions' foundalions' will be rectangular,- and
measure 30 by 8 feet.
Piers for the east approach will
be supported en 36-inch concrete
caissons reiting on rock founda!
lions.
The pier' shafts will bave
maximuth height,of about 158 feet
above water and will be. of the
two-column battered type.
Some 37,00 cu. yds of concrete
and 1,200 tons of reinforcing steel
will be needed for the sub substrncture
strncture substrncture job.

dnguisher is to be used only on
small fires and then to hold
them In check until the fire de.
partment arrives. ne main tbing
is to get your fire deparrtment
moving as the 'first five minutes
at a fire is what counts.
Ile Member' that delayed action
is turaing in an alarm of fire
has caused a small fire to, be.
come a large !Ireland loss of life
and property to be qxtremely
large. Let's prevent large fires,
property loss, and the loss of
life by first calling youi fire de
partment ,when you have a fire.
Second: Try to put out or bold
fire from spreading, using the
fire extinguisher at hand,
Third: Have all persons leave
the building,that is on fire and
do not let them re-enter.
Fourth: Keep cool and keep a
level head. ,'

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WASHINGTON, pr 20 (UPI) --,
Itenublicam National Chairman
Thruston B. Morton has said he
assumes Vice' President Richard
M. Nixon win have to fight on Its
convention floor for the'GOP pre presidential
sidential presidential nomination.
, Morton expressed his views yes,
terday in a filmed TV"' interview
with Sen. Kenneth B. Keating
(R-N.Y.). Keating disagreed and
indicated he thought Nixon Would:
have the nomination sewed up be before
fore before the convention.' ,,, i'-
rhe 'Republican chairman said
he was confident the party's stand
ard bearer in 1960 wduld be elect-,,
ed President.
Keating' asked Morton for his
guess about chances for a conven convention
tion convention fight' such as developed t in
1952 between the late Sen. Robert
A. Taft of Ohio and ,then Gem
Dwight D. Eisenhower. ,
"I assume there will bet
don't know,' Morton' replied.
should think you'd be in a better 1
position to' comment on that."
Morton obviously referred to Ore
fact that-Keating hails from the
home state of New York Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson A. Rockefeller, the only po potential
tential potential challenger to Nixon for the
Republican nomination in sigh!,
WEI HEADS COLLEGE
,
tONDON (UPI) ,,, Queen
bath's husband, the Duke of Edin Edinburgh,
burgh, Edinburgh, act es president of the
College of Aeronautical and-Auto'mobile
Engineering in Chelsea for
one year starting-Nov, 2o it was
announced ,t0day.

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the ', tontradosi 7 must olso
-build two-, reinforcod concrete
grado-soparatins -Atructuros for
the approach ,,, roadways. 'rho
construction of tho substructuro
is expected te 'talus almost hue
Plans 'and ipecificationt for this
job were prepared by- -the. 'it
Louis firm of Sverdrup and Par Parcel,
cel, Parcel, Inc.; who' designed tho bridge.
-"The substructure, eontract is the
second- largest for t the project,
The. largest, that for the super superstructure,
structure, superstructure, will probably -to ad advertised
vertised advertised in about slit months, and
will 'run- to around 00
according, Ito, preliminary ,ost u utimates.
timates. utimates. ",
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',This: weather report tor tali 24
hoary endbig It a. nt, ;today 'Is
prepared 'by -the Meteortreal
and Bydrographie 'Branch, the
Pananii -Canal 'Company:
- Balboa, Cristobal
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bl. Nixon will have to fight on the '' -- '
, U AZWO 11,10if V" ce'u'rstu Tr a "1"1 I" itc" l'"e nign defend ,Jc4inson against recent near zaa, num& aim ow... ......... nal olP 00 .F eiSO am '?.,
ream, linemen w leave or fire. , aseumta vice rresment mensra i 11 ,,
. Mese areas received about one Rome if his doctors pronouriced if
om nvalidating any
. state law which does not con- criticism by liberal northern Dem
ocrats, including Sen. william third more U.S. aid het year than him fit after a' slight, indisposition. the fire department had
been called ,at the beginning, the cOnvention floor for theGOP pre- '', ft .
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, flict with federal law in the Proxmire (Wis.), Pat McNamara in 1957, or about 30- per eent of The "worker priest" movement could probably have entinguished sidential nomination. , ,',1.- a '' V,
, TODAY! 75c. same field. (Mch.) and Joseph S. Clark (Pa.) the total. By contrast, Westem WaS an elMeriment by the Roman the fire with only -11 small IOSS, Morton expressed his views yes, ,,' 14 ; ,,
3:10.- 4:45 6:50 9:00 p.m. and others. Europe accounted for only about catholic chunk in prance in
thereby 'having a small fire loss terday in a filmed TV: interview ,' ?.. :i.,:'',;:i, ,,,, 'i
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Sponsored by Sen. John L. 20 per cent of the total, compared which priests were sent into instead of a large, tWe loss and with Sen. Kenneth 'B. Keating -)..,, -ftt,,,. k I
' McClellan (D-Ark.) and others, The Oregon senator said civil with 40
4, the measures grew out of a rights and statehood legisiation 1956.
1. IT'S THAT RED-HOT tl as
per cent as reeen Y Comm'unist-dominated factories to' probably a loss of life.
. work at the benches and live and Here are a few things to re- R-N Y tea a
( ,). tog dis greed and ,, ,... ', -, ,i,
indicated be thought Nixon would, '41' 1.1
, -,--
, PICRIRE ABOUT THAT court ruling overturning state never were attained when the me summary also showed Hurt' exchange ideas with the working member in regards to reporting
convictions of Communists. Democrats were led from Illinois Uncle Sam was ow a record man. bf fires, have the nomination sewed up be- ,r,:. ,-.1. ,s.!-,
fore the convention.' ,,, i- .' V 18 "Aer '..1
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, IIIGHT-TIME GIRL! prKeepaatriefill f or s athi de Siennatteestiinmteon3rr caininds trairlieladeairisdhipwhoetnthReielpuindia-. Salt2,4100e,non! b7, foreign nations Th
e movement was discouraged First: Keep cool and, don't lose
d of 1958, an increase et by Pope John's predecessorthe your heed. Notify your fire de- The ,Republican chairman said
h'e was confident the party's stand i It 4. ,',,.
. :),114,i nal Security Subcommittee that jority from Ike northern etates of 6577,000,000 over the previous year. late Pope Pius XII because it partment by ,dialing 19 on your
ard bearer in 1960 weuld be elect-, 1 e
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A "its broad and unqualified Ian- Ohio and California," Some of the money on ed President i
was wed did not fit his ideas on how the telephone. Then go into acti .- 7
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, guage may create more prob- in dollars and some in foreign
ehurch should go about ita mis, with the fire extbumisher V avad- lc ti k i
, ( as ed Morton for hiS it .,t 1, Q"'It at 1 t ,, ,,,,,
,, le jems than solutions and could 'rids was e reference to for. currencies. sion. I 'able. Remember that a fire ex- 6a nt -- 1 4-4 a 't
, guess about chances for a conven- '11
, further muddle the already ter Democratic Leaders Scott This country tollected $290,000,- 4
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Pon fight' isuch as developed tin o 3
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z.; ,, complicated law. in this field." Lucas (M.) and Rernest Mcicar- 000 in interest payments from I i , ,
,i ,, ID 1952 between the late Sen. Robert ,ii -,- I
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He argued that it would be land (Ariz.) and to Senate Ilepub- other nations last year, 0 jump of r
, better for Congress to pass a Bean Leaders Robert A. Taft more than 50 per cent ever 1957. Inflation Not Necessarily Part A. Taft of Ohio and ,then Gem -. i
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, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 0 kr, ', ,
narrower law dealing specifical- (Ohio) and William IP Knowland Assistance to Latin American
" Iv with the court ruling in the (Calif.). nations rose fro
m $339,000,000 in e "I assume there I w Ci,DYnemeADfl .. e., .,
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ill, bel I t ., ,','
don't know,' Morton' replied. 'I ',, ',Ieithnleetee ;
, so-calle Stev e
..,,- 1) d e N lson Case in 1 57 to 94 00,0000 in 1958.. Mili Mili9
9 Mili9 $5 Of k., d
Price Of Progress An erson,
should think you'd be in a better 1 i- 'AN
1 4
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sv nia i n claim tary het accounted for only $67,-
Neuberger said he d'd et Is
In the Nelson case, the court the present Senate leadership is 000,000 of this. U.S. import-export
ition to corn
, t pos ment on tholt.0 tome
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' Morton obviously referre to tlfe i
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I held that federal laws had pre- "perfectfar from it." He con- bank loans accounted for a large
.... , .. empted the field of anti-Com- ceded he is disappointed when the share of the $527,000,000 In econ- fact that-Keating hails from the it a.- EADIMICRANT '.
l NEW YORK, April 20 ann) ANPA genarat Sessions open hotte state of New York Gov. Nel- 4a, -,..-7RIces 1.0'1, vi,,,e. ;',
., tom virr , munist legislation and thus in- Senate fails to act on liberal omic aid.
nil 1 ';, validated the state law. 'proposals which.he supports. Aid to the Near East, Africa
Treasury Secrete Robert B. And Wednesday at the Waldorf-Ado- son A. Rockefeller, the onlY POE r '''''''"1"1"141'1""1"'"'
-told newspaper executives ria hotel with the armual address tential challenger to Nixon for the -enwei'Immumwek, ",' .0' :
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, ------- and South Asia rose from $1,182,- am a
000,000 in 1957 to $1,542000 las e I a n 1 Acclum"1"11
006 t today Ahat the nation s prosper- of the ANPA president,. D. len- 11 pub ic n nomi ation in siglit i
,,
.- u 0 a ity is racing far ahead of the ei- nant Bryan,-of the Richmond (Va.) k '- ,,,,-.41,,e,..0,
as Dann
I-. ....I. Algenan Rebei Bombs Scare year. Included was $845,000,000 in
nhower administration's expec- Times-Dispatch and News Leder. Mal HEADS COLLEGE ,'
economic Waistline and S697,00,- se ANPA members met for their ' I
tenons. s
WO Mt You CM C3,1 Wm NM. 00 in military aid. DA
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.,. Under 18 Years Old! P ed Press luncheon, Anderson re- tracte are discussed. College of Aeronautical'andAuto Aeronautical'andAuto,
, Aeronautical'andAuto, ported that personal ,111COMS nd Anderson, the government's top mobile Engineering in Chelsea for
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corporate profits have reached an fiscal official, rejected as a one year starting Nov6 2, it was "..,' in' Tute.
ALGIERS (UPI) Rebel bombs they voted in som 18,000 muncl- all time high and total production "false assumption" argnments announced ,teday.' ,' ts,',. ,. . ,. , ::4
and industrial activity haste- bro- that "a little inflation Is good for i , .'" , ,. , -, ,,,,, ,,, .
1 FIR AND AWAY AT ME left a trail of dead and wounded cipal council rates throughout M- Party In ew York
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f, .' MADDEST COMEDY in Algeria yesterday,in a wave of geria. NEW YORK (UPI) '-- follee I
terrorism that frightened many As part of President Charles De broke up an alleged marljnana
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, 1 the violence aimed at kefping thirds of the municipal cotmcillors Acting on an anonymous itto More than 1300 executives of gross. ,' ..1 have deep faith.: that ,' -, '1:31-:1"" -.-;,ess,e4ie
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