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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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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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PRE.W. 010:i.'..'-:::.0.:..7:!,.',.
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st least six per ,cent ,to all Mem- rot, was not thoi cause 'of 'Tues.
,bers:sf tho,armed services. lc day's collision. Rather,' aeston
,'," It, would, authorize pav, increasl said, ',;rthe system", t apparentty
es AN high, as 33 ptir cent for ton was 'to; bla'ine.' ; ,,,,'''''
rankino, offiCers ,and.',It per',-cpni Civitand inilitar air, ialety ex.
for top ranldng enlisted men. En. perts and spokesaten for airlinei
listed ,men 'with special skills and Pilots were questioned.,
could get as much as $150 a ,Preston said nck, witness at the
month. more than their basic heoring charged,. negligence
scale. ,' : ,' ,, against Anybody. involved in', the .,
' ,,k, majOr feature ; was a new collision between ,, is Alnited Air
1 ,, ; ,.... , , .,.. JeLitnestatrrrayninspourttwtiondmIon.A. HireFosracidt
both planes were operating in at.
cordanee,' with prescribed rules.
lei ,,,,, .,:, :11,11, r, L ,u, Witnesses agreed Preston said,
Aged:Gypsy Queen
,
- that lanes no f
t, , Aown safely by sight, alone. The
' . ' only way tos avOid similar Seel :,
Dies In Ilealth lio P w P t" l'Ist t be
I: ' dents,'Ileaiaricrdafthtey'Segrrete 'is ti
)tictessortuoseil:, '1ring d &system':
. , of positive ground control. '
'' LEM:NARA, ,Italy hlP)--Mimi Preston said such a system 'is
Rossetto, aged queen of one of under development 3111d: ill bt
Europe's 'wealthiest gYPsY tribes, fully tested and ready for installa,
I died today leaving a dispute over tion within three years. r
, 'Meantime, he,'said; there is
, hil, elfesouc,ctdeueienseds,"1,0an,..dt:e., m, tri-;t6etriYo 07.: tnwe;ednLlomr abi testi: yt e r plao On edam aa nt io n. c ibved
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: '2: : :.' IN' ,i4 S' H.' 1 N GTON ', April,r,26 (UP).--The White. House
',.hati-.'reCeivid,ii new' 'expert appraisal :, of the recess on.
' ''''1,;., the !I:dein-11 Will be. out of' it- by' ;,the end,,,!iit. 111:11-111; s 1.
: :' :'rha'taber.- Department, meanwhili;:Announce t
". ,'; r;ight,ihat Idleness among workers ceVered by' unemploy unemploy,
, unemploy, '.'ment-,insUrance clinibed ,to -a ne,v4 postwar,,high ef, 3,3.13,;,
,'''', :3' 0,0 :during theiWeek- ending April ,1.: Th ii;total, exceeded
' 'the preVious week's record by 49,000. t- ,,, ,, ,
. ,-' -ti On the brighter- ilde;trthe dePartment's:. Sureati of
,1',,. 7;irnploYMent2,,Securiiiiiitt:claitr'a,:.filed-,b24; '.rie,Wli-lild off 1
:.:;'-Workere declined last Week tolii46,400,4 drop' -of :15,400,
...,, ,:.-.: But illis drop, was- not 'as sharp a's in the correspon g
,- ,.Week tri 1957; :! I ::. ,:' ,;. ,..' ,.: -" f,- -., ,,..- '., ,-,:-
:;-1:7t.':f, ,:,:;:;Ther goVertiMen't said, tet .tinemploymant..: ir': ir id-,
'' :-tvglaiCh';-,Inluding, beth insioe4 arid uninsured. workers-7
': :,. riaChed a"167'year,' peak, of 51-, 95,009. --:',. ; ,.,::,:!.,..:..., .. i
''''' .."; SoLm---''e'..-Ot:TliesideO t'-' Eisenliow- tOund,,7,outside' the government
-1, ..' ,'..e'r's too advisors say 'that after -among econOmists employed by
' ,'';',,Jtine there wilt be, a comoara- private organizations. ';',' '' ''''L'
,.,.--'' "tively le.vel. ec000inic Period un- Experts bf the 711:13. Cliaernbarter
1,'I til late summet or early autumn, of ?lotnmierficoeti grereexcaemssfot: atm
'. when :a ',definite, ',,picit7:km is ex!, of t
" is in epDroPgress ',, but, will, hit bot
:"$; Pee. te,d;,'':I.,:,- :,1:,'.'1,. :'. ,, :, ',.,rs' :.;. i;,. tom in the second or'third quar!
4 ..i0-- ;heir:lit:ea toreeset ao'ii il('', ters of. this year.: ',This:means;
',.......::,''' iihe,,exactly- with ',such ,econo. -, simPly, by tepternber.::, ., .,...;., ,.. ,,
' !,... 'o tigaters at Secre-,, I- ,,:77, ,,,i, 5..r.,..:,;.
Inte PrOgn S
;'::'..41141T :1" ;"IllinerCe'"'Snelatt;':US1' 'Stands Pzt: 7,
- r,, 'Weeks. Hi last weetv', said hai: , ,. , .,, ,,, 7,,, ., ,..
:. ,::, thbught the country,i.ai In the,, ,,
'1' I '''' ;:11 '2'11 ''''.
,:,:;:wor, of tbe sbitoP ,,.. -, iii e n :, fn ,, A ut.;
:, ,.; AA, .1I "hr., 4 of 4 rmlbt7wItS ,, .1 7 ,,,, i,446 7 1 it7i, ti,,, ,...,

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to. .3 filo tbe wove
prrtsttun (up) tInited.
Steelworkers -' President .David J.
McDonald said today that certain
ateel. executives have, informal-1Y
suggested the union forego a wage
inoovase scheduled for July but
tills, the, union will hold the Milli's-try
to its contracts.
, 'When We first signed a con con'tract,
'tract, con'tract, with S. Steel some 22
Years ago, We stated publicly that
the ,union wai doing sowith, the
firm belief that a contract was a

, 1"TIOSta, Idea II PreSideflt-elect t.. tv to its contracts.
Atari() Echandt arrived here to- 'Then 'VPle first signed a con.
Zday for a two-day official visit trict, with 1.. S. Steel some .22
k as guest of the PanaUla govern- Years ago, We stated publicly that
, .., .., ,,,,,, ...,, the ,pnion was doing so-with, the
", ment.. ,'' '' ,mrs. firm belief that a contract was a
- I., The Presiderit-elect aid
greeted it Tout- lacred thing," MCDonald told a
' 3 Echandi were
' men airport-shortly before.' 1 ce--nfevence of NSW. District 19
' ; ClocX "today ,,,,b1,, President and ere' '''..1--' -'" ',, -,. ,-. ,,,e ,,
'''''oe'fli, neorla- vdeo nwtelavnergeinthena'td 1;eto.
" l'i, Mrs., rnesto de tlapaGnuaamrdlovago.lvr;
',and a number o change it." 2-
'...ernment officials." ' ' -- -,-.., ..," .-- -
4 Echo.ndi,- who wilt take 'office
signed with the basic steel induS
' Under -the' three --year contra'as
'4', on l'ilaT 8, and his- party', are
k scheduled tb call on President de try ilx 1956,
steel workers will re re"
" re" : la Guardia it 5 ', p,m. 111-,,t.he eeive 'wage and other benefits,
"' Presidential 'Palace ' 'which' the industry estimates will
. The PanallifintaD thief execu- cost 20 cents an hour .per man
,, tive and Nirs. de la Guardia 'will Joy, 1.,'., ,
McDonald' said 11. S. Steel, 'the
': he :hosts.- at a, Teceptioi for
Echandi tonight at the 'Union natiott's No. 1 producer and tradi.
Setter of the Indus:
'blub. '.. -. - , .4. uoiat pgee
, ''', ,Tomorrovi ithartdi id slated to try, was not one if the companies
'attend the rrestdent nelTiOn sendhle ?out- "feelers" regarding
tace trackle the rutting of ,the the-July Increase"' :
- ..- rnef a Rica Classic -,'But bit' accused TT. 'S, stoc4

. e --- ta Rica Lattomiu Din fie accusea Li. s Steel
. iepublie ot Cos
the euest ot the Chairnian 'Roger Blough- of pro
4 and he will he, --- -. Dosing "by indirection" a long-,
' meeting. ' i''t,'' '. at a special term wage freeze in steel, while
- ''' .Coste ,Rita4 8e ebYt part 1
are eying the, groundwork tor, anoth-,,,
Echandi 1 and 31 san Jose, er price increase "along about
scheduled to return bo
' ta R ruing. 41113'.".3- -'-' , -, -- ''
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. Appearances Bleak
'C riot' Executives'
4 ,, -,.; ,,f ,st-ates
In Auto Industrvt'
' LeCtlie. or. -, ,,,- ,,,. ,- ),
ses Dividends, Dwindle
our ,. . .. -
- -Training
,.--.,. ,,,, ,..,......, , ... tr', ortation ,NEW YORK (UP).-,Two of the
..- ,,' B, 1,' Everson, , a D nation'S top three auto producerS
,,
"and terminals directer,nasid Tz E.
are out with. 'the first quarter
-' Burrow, assistant to the chief of
s t a f f results,' and things could not look
- ' the Executive Planning
nti Witch worse. ,,
,
left.Thursday night for the Unite
Chrysler Corp:;Thursday issued
' 'States to) attend a fourweek Int ;
the worst quarterly report in its
.' agement course at Saranac La e
history, and directors slashed thei
- , ,N, y. given by the American Mao
quarterly' dividend to 25 cents a I
,agement Association. 8-. hare from 75 cents paid since
' ',, They plan to return to the Inn.
micl-1954.''' , - ' i
' ,,, mus the,last part of Mayi h Ford Motor Co; previoaly had
' Everson and Burrow are t e reported a drop of 30 per -cent
'''last of nine. Canal employee wil in its' nr---it quarter sales and one
' have taken AMA trebling or re- of 77 per cent in its net profit,
, ''''. freshet coutses this fiscal, year. but retained the usual 60cent
Fens are now being -- made for dividend. 1, ''' '
,
, other Canal employes In executive ., General Motors Corp,' Which
' 1 'position to lake. similar training reports next week, had e first
. 'during tbe coming fiscal year.. quarter production decline of 168
, ppring the abstnce of Everson,
: N. E. Demers, assistant to the General llotors, however, fared
, : transportation and terminals di- the best of the three in retail
l'ect,(), will act sa director. '.! sales., reporting only an 18 per
. .y cent decline for the three months,
,,k 04 1 in RI wc s," set as against 45 per cent for Chryider
-' N1111'141 a glum and 36 per cent for Ford.
, Curtails litiliting';- This sharp difference in declines
puts GM back hi the enviable
. ,' 1 , , position of accounting for 50 per
,:,' Due to training requirements, cent of domestic car sales.
, bunting restrictions will be In Chrysler reported a record loss
, .:" effect in two areas beginning of 815,139,802 for the first quer querMay
May querMay 1, Headquarters, US.,Army ter, reflecting the "sharp decline
, :Caribbean announced -, ', in auto demand and the continued
, ,
" There will be no hunting In high costs of doing business."
,
the Rio Hato training area be- In the initial 1957 quarter Chry,
,,,---4,- tween May 1 ,and June ,13,-,and der- had ,a ,record,,,,net,,,prolt,,of
, the huntingrestriction Win ar3- $46.545,521, or $534 a share.
'Ply at tbe Jungle Warfare First quarter' sales toppled 53
Traininz Center area in the vi- per cent to $537,234,081 from $1,
cinity i '', Fort Sherman from 150,712 in the same period last
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Let the people know the truth and the count- ry is safe" ---- Abraham Lincoln. I

wellknaivh -Panama insurance
agent was' in. Gorges Hospital to.
atty recovermg Arum. wounds re.
cetved duringit struggle last night
with It. kniteawielaing would ,he
holauvnian while 'returning from
Colon. p, ,'
-James ,(IimMy) .Ridge, 42,. AM,
encan, tormer!sporis eattor ot
ane tanarna Amencan, told Can,
al Zone polici a man came out of
the bushes on,the,Trans.Isthinian
Highwayi where he hitd stopped to
check a ''possible ineehanical de
feet on his 'cat ,' Incl. brandishing a
knife demanded Abet, Ridge turn
over all bis money,',
',Ridge Sid Instealt of obeying,
he rushed thcholdup man and ov.,
erpowered blot after a brief strug
gle,'-but the man managed to get
away-and ran back into the bush

' After being notified b3r, Canal
Zone. seyerat. Panama pa

Ike 1411thigllork,
Golf This Weekend

.t AUGUSTA, 02.4' April 20' arP)
President Eisenhower mixed
official work and golf on his
schedule at the Augusta, Nati On Onal
al Onal Golf Club today,
' He planned put in a ood
part of the smorning taking care
of paper work he brought with
him yesterday', when ,,,he flew 1
down from. Washington. for a
work-and-golf vveekend. ,
t xPected to, get in antber
round of golf ln the afternoon
on'his favorite course where he
vacationed for" the 20th time
since being elected President in
.

,
. .. ,
Eisenhowei was ,on- the, golf
course within 40 minutes after
his arrival, and got in an 18-
hole round with two companions
he. brought with him and Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Roberts, New York invest investment
ment investment banker and 'chairman of

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TROUGHTFITILLV SAMPUNG -a,: lollipop, young Jimmie, Garrett, son of. Col: and Mrs Rob Robert
ert Robert ,W;40arrett, gets his' hair 'cut by' the man who performed the aeme service for both his hisgrandfather
grandfather hisgrandfather ,'eld,-;his4 father; Eugene Singley, 'operator of barber 'shop concessions at Fort
Kobbe and' Fort Ciaytoncwarharber for Colonel Garrett's father in the late 1920's ,whorr he,
1114,C post comMander at Fort'Amador,:. as' viell ; as for the, colonel- himselt.who was then a
youngster: Garrett,, watching the operation, its commander ,Of, the lst Battle Group, 20th In-:
fantry. Sing1ey'Opent years 'a a soldier in the Canal Zone before engaging in his present:-
eccupation.---(15,8. Army EbotoY ; s',' ,

'40?1,'"w,"3t,1,1igf.

Highwayman Overcome By Gringo;
Baffles Knife Wielder

'L JIM RIDGE ,
, ,
,
trol cars' onverged olt the arei
near Pan de Azucar where the' in.
cident took place but' no trace, of
the attacker was found.
Ridge's injuriei ,were descriked
as not serious.,

!loud Crossin

A beavr- load of refrigerated
food supplies caused aip Army
tractor.trailer to turn over,,yeker.
day on Gaillard Highway near the
Pedro Miguel railroad crssing,
the Army. vehicle,, Jose Garcia,
the Army behicle, Jose Garcia, a
60.year.old Panamanian was not
injured.
None of the food load appeared
to oe lost or damaged.
The trailer wa3 loaded with se's,
en tons of food ,supplies, and was
being pulled by the Army tractor.
l'olice said there was no, evi.
1 aence of improper 'ItriVing.-It-arr.
peared that the, heavy load vaus.,
ed the vehicle to become unbalanc.

t,he Natiorys neB1,i've Commit-led. ,slight uphill fury!, vausing

- waits. 61.o.Ata 'kV r it.2.-.6". V.'.!...11116 I
lifaY ta June 20. I tee. to ttrn over sonde 1 ,007.
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ebels 01 Sumatra

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'
Claim ',Czech Pilots -'
-,, Flew' Al lack Planes
s SINGAPORE (UP)--Thi,iebeis
of central Sumatra charged last
night that seven pilots from. Corn..
munist Czechoslovakia ilew
nesian central government Planes
which atteked Padang April 17.
The retrels made the charge. in
a morse radio report from the
Bukittinggi Area. It said "official
intelligence reports" showed the
' Czechs bad enlisted in the central
government air force.'

It gave seven names an ass.
port numbers. One, Lumbomir
darsky, is the engineering chief
of a Czech mission to Jakarta and
the other aix are posing as clerks
and staying at the Transera Hotel
in Jakarta, the radio said. ',-,-,'
, Earlier, this week rebel premier
Prawiranegara Sjafruddin de demanded
manded demanded the United Nations hives
tigate the alleged use of "onn
Indonesian"' pilots by the Jakarta
government. - ''',-- -7--
In Jakarta, prime; minister
Djuanda said central government
forces, that landed from ,the sea
at the former rebel harbor of Pa.
dang bad advanced to within 12
miles of the rebel capital of,Bukit
tinggi.7. ,,, , ' ,,,- ,T.,.
: .' r
Kasper '6 Othir's.-
9
Filin'g Ap'peals,.!;:
,,,,.,,
,
Oil Racial C6iints1
CINCINNATI, Ohio 'WTI:L.:John
Kasper and six other- white' -per.,
sons convicted of violating a fed.'
eral court. injunction forbidding
interference with racial integration
at Clinton, Tenn., High School I
have filed aOPeals M the V. S.1
Sixth Court of Appeals.r, '., ,.,1,
, Kasper is presently- serving ,ii
one-year term in a federal insti institution
tution institution for a previous Pconviction
growing out of the Clinton School
disorders in the fall: and, winter
of 1956, ' ,., ', I' ,I, 4
.' Listed in' the aroPeals' were six
"reversible errors" the defendants
claim were made during the two twoweek
week twoweek jury trial. , ,I '
.Convicted ,witiv Ka per, were the
Rev.- Alonzo Bullock,' William
LBrakebill, r Lawrence Bran tley.
Clyde Cook. Mrs. Mary Nell Cur.,
rier and William H. Tilk, ',Ns

C.hst

LIBERAL ASSEMBLYMEN dee
lared today that ..hey would re.
quest a tull Assembly debate in
October on -the two baNisite
ing contracts which passed a sec
ond reading yesterday in the Per Permanent
manent Permanent Legis ative Committee. ,'''
The contracts signed by Kaiser
and Alcoa with the Panama gov1
ernment grants mining concessions
to the two committees in the prov..
ince of Chiriqui.

Meanwhill, Attorney General
Hermogems de la Rosa ,:has
started an investigation of 'the
rumors that members ot the Per
manent' Legislative Committee
had attempted to put a $100,000
bite on the two companies in ex,
change for ratification of the con
tracts.
De la Rosa has submitted ques questionnaires
tionnaires questionnaires to all members of the
committee and a requesV Lor all
details concerning the charge that
an attempt had been made Ito' get
bribe money' from Alcoa, and Kai.
ser.

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1.iii:.ije...0j1.0,01,h.
FO(.)0'01.0;::(lse

,
- The National Electoral Tribun,
al is considering the possibiijty
of allowing citizens to usi ln their
cedulas the names they tririu,
, ,suary known by along with' Clzoir :
legal names.
The plan is 'aimed at simpli y-
ifig the task sof idehtili;atIon. ow,
ing to the large number of persoi,s
who 'Vre ',known by their( father's
surna rnes "but' are registered .with
their ftlottleet 4. '
Aeobrdint to it spokesman' for
the tribunal, this would by no
means make ,the unregistered
namet legal.

,
-
The ,aungle :Warfare' Training'
Center,' soon to be a recognized
Departmenk,of f 'the Army area
schoo14:is scheduleC' to ctifiduct
classes in jungle orientation, fOr
stateside officers and non OM:
missioned -officers in and
June.- :,, ....

, Slated to. begin May 2 is, the
three.Week course for NCO's. Mi.
ety.twe, non commissioned offic.
ers from the Army, 30 from,the
Marine; Corps and one from the
Air Force will arrive by MATS on
a special larli't at Howard Field,
Fort Eobbe, May, 1.
,r
' The qourse foitstateside ricers
will, begin June. 2 and run for
three weelcs. Both courses are es.
sentially the same. Approximately
100 officers will attend. '','
These, ,thrie weeks of training
will be given annually to' groups
of officers inti non commissioned
officers, selected from' all Army
areas, In keeping with the mis
sion of,,,training in and maintain.
ing th4, art of jungle' warfare.
, One' bfficer from El Salvador
will sttend the June course as
student Also during this training
cycle, 20 Brazilian oaicers
observg, the course for 10 days.
The training will:include ,living
in the jungle and squad recon,
naissanee during 'the frist- week;
ambush', -combat patrol, combat
and tlefense durihg the second
weelq tests and a mock' raid
across the Chagres River in the
third Week:Academic classes will
be heldthroughout the entire ses,
Won.
Most: of,the' students who will
take the, eeurse either' Will, be
instructors, at Army schools or
members et units involved in
exercises this area.,The largest
group will,be from the ,Thirci Ar,
my, since-the"Infantry' School is
locateCat Fort Benning,,, Ga.

1 ; A' ranam" a T' ItaHroad '' DivIsion
worker'from Color, died of a ttroke
while being rushed to Coco, Solo
Hospital early this Morning.'
He was identified as Ahred M.
Wallace, Ai 40..year..old Panant&I
nian who worked as a lielpe,r for
the railroad., '., i ' i
' Aocording to I' polit'e' report,'
Wallace's wife was awakened at
,4:07 a.m.: today by ber, husband
who was:coughing and frothing at
the mouth. : .:-- , ,,
1 The, said AbaLdeallg.W10 e au's
ed by a stroke. Wallace ale d
within ,hospital grounds bef or e
reaching the jaain admitting of.
ficeve---- : - ----

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tibr tv

HCAIIADIA,11't7111SItY
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, : ""?,,,.90001,0600,...C4..

About 1600 Canal Zone workers have pay raises com coming
ing coming p ;,,
,The ,Panam6 Canal.Personnel Bureau has announced
that Gov.TWilliam E.' Potter has appeoved likes 'of from
five to 20 Oents an how' ter, about 1000 Canal employes
in the blue collar group., ; "p-
; Caribbean' Command announced iverage increaies
Of lUcents hourly foi WO US citizen yeage board em-'
Ployei in grades one thrlugh 20 effective, May 4.'Affect 4.'Affected
ed 4.'Affected are 400 Army eMaloyes,,150 Navy and 50 Air. Farce.'
Can01, increase,. whkh is based on
the -average, rate 'af pay earned ,by thoe.holding torres torresponding'positions
ponding'positions torresponding'positions 'lin United States Naval, Shipyard areas,
was recommended, recently, b, the fanam Canal,Nage
,Board and ,approved by the Governor.,It will become ef7
rfec,tive' with the,pay period beginning MaY'S.. '
, 'The pay inc!ease,ihe second to be received since last
1May 1), 'Canal ploye in the,craf,t and sa'Pervisory sub subgroup,
group, subgroup, is' the,result of the regular serni-annual review of
prates. The cvercisie increaig to be received emplorl
ibc:1 Itccilts
;',-There be "tia'chatle the isiiht 'differential
rates it wcis announied. ",
...Meanwhile In Washington it was 'item authoiizing paymeht of "re.
reported that early, Senate ap- sponsib lity" .0 iintoint tn,

...
' ...Meanwhile In Washington it was item authorizing 'paymeht of f're. ,,'
reported ,that early, Senate ap snonsiblity" pay ..o Cantains, ma.. 0!
prove' of a 577 million' d 0 I I a r jors lieutenant. colOnels, 'colonels Ot
military paY hike. bill appreared and their' Navy. equivalents .,who
likely.,-,today following ',Its unani. hold critieal positiona. -, I ''
mous approval by Abe", pov!erful -, '." 4 ' ' A
Armed Services Committee ''''' ''. Kilt ' C ' .444 ' '''i
In the words of. S'en.: Preictt I 1 ary omit. TS -. 6
Bush (11Conn.), a member of the .,.. ,,, w , ,1
committee 'oPihich approved, the:11 0 To s a ,, ,
measure yesterday, the vote cc
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tginly forecasts a 'happy .,ynyage '0, ,
throuO the Senate!, ..
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military -, was-- repotle-4 :
today whether it, eln move
The billi-stressiott ProliencY in- more -of its training ',rights to I
centives for officers and enlisted areas not frequented ,,by passeng.
men rather1han length-of-service er airliners. 1
, f
ipay 'raises, was trimmed) from Rep. Prince H. Preston Jr.- (I);
the 683 million dollar military pay GO Made the disdosure atter
bill' approved by the' House. his House.Appropriatio Subcom
Nowever,,, it is still above the mittee spent all .day Thursaay he.
most recent administration nrono, hind closed doors probing. the
'saVfor nay b00t of 512 million. cause of Tuesday's air collision
The bill,, designed to hely at., over Nevada in which 49 persons
tract' and keen highly trained men perished. v ,
in service, Will give a raise of The subcommittee said,pilot

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Bur ,toWers-,,a9 endan.,
covered flOor -of her, 'tent
rounded by kinsmen, end follow.- 4., 1 t A
w naZaru.,' t
ers, who had assembled from all
the-countries of, Europe. S CI
, Tents, trailers and horse carti oviets aim
of the Itossetto Clan surrounded
thk-patched tent of the dying Driverless Bus A'
queen in treeIned square of ,
this north Italian city. ,,0 ther invention
tribes camped in villages a nd
towns for'100 miles around, pay ',LONDON (UP)--Itadio Moscow
ing their 'last homage ,to, the old yesterdat said the Soviets bad in.
queen and waiting to hail the new vented' sr driverless bus that, un.
ruler. ,, like many 'manned : vehicles,
1 The tough old gypsy queen re., reached logical conclusions.
'fused to be hurried in her dying, A broadcast said the Leningrad
despite- the ravages of heart, kid.. Institute of Electrical Engineer.',
ney and circulatory ailments. Doc. ing produced the electronical17.
tors, said she should .have been controlled bus. ,
dead 10 days, ego. quoted an engineer a SaA,
' 'A "regency council" met imine. otbe bus has an electronid
diately to decide on her successor brain,. remembers things and
and appOrtion her fortune, al even comes to logical conch,
leged to consist o(gold- and ,jew. sions." He explained that "trust
elry -worth $32,000.., ,, tor' photo.elements" formed thl
But Whether !e't such. "eyes of the, bus and ,,controllet
fortune-or told-wherrit 'totdd-oe the- engine.--
found remained a questios. The ; The bus has been tested In
gypsies who spent the fine hour's streets of Leningrad, the broad
with the queen refnsed to say. -

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It:I 1.1U11111ij - 'till'illi.4A I tS "UU t "-.174UUU PRK'Yforker ples'-; ,Other nventIon - '
.., sons convicted of violating a fed. r 11 0 ,' tribes camped in villages a nd ,
eral court inlunction forbidding rollowing, p-:. towns for ,100 miles around, pay. ',LONDON (1.11'1Radio MoscoV
Strok
!Ayr- load of refrigerated
applies caused an,' Army interference with racial integration , -,'-s,,,. ,.,,' -, ,, : ing their 'last homage to, the old Yesterdat said the Soviets bad in,
.traller to turn over ,,Yeker. at Clinton, Tenn., -,High School 'A raharna T Railroad DiVision nueon and waiting to hail the new vented' ar driverless bus that, on,
Gaillard Highway near the have filed aPPeale te. the 11. S. worker from Color, died of a stroke ruler. ,, ', I like .t." many 'manned vehietel
Miguel railroad cressioll., Sixth Court, of APPeale.'" ''' ''.1, ,4 while being rushed to Coco ,, Solo The tough old gYpsY queen re. reached logical conclusions. '.
Ity. vehicle,' Jose Garcia. t Kasper is presently- serving ,a Hospital early this morning.' fused to be hurried in her dying, '' A broadcast Said the Leningra
ny behicle, Jose Oarela, a ene.year term in a federal insti. He was Identified as Ahred M. despite- the ravages of heart, kid Intitute of Electrical Engineer,
old Panamanian was ,. not tution for a previous Peonviction Wallace, ,1 40.year.old Paiute. ney and circulatory ailments. Doe. ing produced the electronically
. ',,,l'- , -,;',' growing out of the Clinton School nian who worked as a helper for tors, said she should .have been controlled bus. ', ,
of the food load appeared disorders in the fall: and, winter the railroad., '., i ', ' dead 10 days ago. , ,, '. It, quoted an engineer a saY1
ost or damaged. ;',, of 1956.. ' ,., ',, '. r 11, ,r 4 ' Aocording to e Polite rePort, 'A "regencY council" met Imine. inc. "the bus has an eleetronii
;railer wa3 loaded with'siv,' Listed in' the aPPeals'. were six Wallaces wife was awakened at diately to decide on her successor brain, remembers things BM
i of food 'supplies, and was "reversible errors" the defendants ,4:07 a.m,' today by ber, husband and apportion her fortune, al. even comes to logical CMICIU
wiled by the Army tractor. claim were made during the two. who was 'coughing and frOthing at leged to consist o(gold' and Jew. sions." He explained that "trust
e said there was no, evi. week jury trial. ' t '''" ' the mouth. ,',- , ,,, elry worth $32,000, , '' ,, tor' photo.elements" formed Us
of improper 'driving:It-1M "'"Convirted with" KlePer' were the The, said .that.,deathgya, caus. But Whether Mimi !el' such. a "eyes of the, bus and controllei
that the, heavy load vaus., Rev.- A 1 o n z o Bullock,'' William ed by a stroke. Wallace a I e d fortune-Or told-wherrit "eotdd-be tbe engine..---, ', '
vehicle to become unbalanc. Brakebill, r Lawrence B r a n tley, within ,hospital groUnds 13 e f 0 r e fotmd remained a questios. The ; The bus ha been tested In MI
light uphill curve eausing Clyde Cook, Mrs. Mary Nell cur., reaching the nails admitting of. gypsies who spent the film hour's streets of Leningrad, the broad
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' ;.::::'idverkers: deOlitied- ,,tast 'ia,,eal.-,, tii:,1711-,6,,4;00.1'',a; ,drop'-of.:1 5,, ,400,,, ,! ,.;; t :' -:,,'"S.:i...i., ...'.'-::'liA:.:..::- .. ,,.,.::.a ,!9,-.......:.,::,,ii;:i:::,:.:A.,;;.,:..,:,:,4,J.:.. ....,pi,s:. -
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Or llf cents'hanrly fcii6a0 US citizen wage' board em-.... if
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'' 1)6th' lOsa''re4 and uninsrad workars-
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ommittee and a. requesV,, Lor- all, Ped110:Yaeri':.,14n00-''tirACI-i' friSlOefim. e'.0'.tlho.rifttis?hi' 5'200.,NeciffeCatilY'de.,.,5M09,:iiiir:FLAkrftfeiC.,t, -; .'.' ...,...t,,:
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',ilt- itAiiihow- tOurid,,7,.outside' the government :,; -4,1 t?, ::: :,:,:4 1!.1.1it..,.,..:q;iii.,:;.;:',;...';':,-44H::7;,',..;.,:,,.'..:,;',,..i.,.!..i..':.'t.t:' .:;:i..iir,;:::;,...:.) :;::.,: detail! con,cesning the 'charge that -' ' ' - I',
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Th : f' Pan:6411'6, CanY01 --inCrease7r:Which: ii:', baed'i: On '' :'''
iay that after AIMOng eCQ1101niStS eMPIpr34.':1,.)Y !:i.., .. "V.:,:: ,..,....404,i::,V::ii:igi:.,1::::::i:,::::::::::i:'.:,,,:::::ft:-si:1 .'
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' ''..'. ri;k:'frr:' r r 'r. ..1',.'. the aVerage.:, rate. of pay earned by thae: holding torres: :1:,,
e, a comoara- private organizations. ,.; :., ..;.,,,, ,:,-, :.4.,:.; ; ..:1 :..w.,, ..::.,::',:ti,.. :,:;g.:,;Na4RiPximminwAiWal seL' .. ;. '.
lic Period Un ., Experts of the,,,,11.8- Charriber,;,;;, ..,1 ::::1., ..::,iy,',i:i'..' .:".,,,,,,,:''',,:. ':,,,,;,:,,:,!N.'4,,M,M:,,:;',:,,,,A:i'maiiin:m4iN:,. : '- ,, ' ..:','.. i.,,,....,!' "' ..; ' , : , ,, , ,,, N , ,. , ,, ,,
I :,:,,, ::' ::':i:':i ::i,31.. :''V,:,;,::.,:......',,,,..,:-:-::::,,,,mi.gmvoii0:::niii:imw. .... .,.,,.; ,..; .. onding'positionS In, United State:': oval, Shipyard rens 21
early autorip. of COmmerces,ffor, examPle,, ar ..- .Y.' ,..'...,i,' :14.1.,,,1..):i..'.:..:.,,,,,.!,ii,:i:,:.,,,,::.::,:,,.,..:..,,. :::v:.,0;...i.:,11.,,4,,g.A:,,A:ivi.ir;::::.: .H. ,'
ick-up is ex.,) -Of the opinion, the. recession at Li. ..
) ,-; ,' '',-,..... ,''' I in progress but Will 'hit bot, -,, .:.:.:::.:,. :,.,:::::. ..::',:,,:,,:ik,,Z,,,,,:V..:,:::::::,......,, ',:,,,,,,i,,,:::,:,:f,',,.-,,i,mim:':...;:,4 . , ...,.- was..recommended'recently byJhe Panam CanalMage
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:'''.. '.4,-- tom in the second or'third 4u:it!
fectivewit the pay penod beginning May 5 ',' :' .'".'
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'mast lioei hi(' ters of this Year. .' '''rhiameairl!!'!' ,,,
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:such ,econo.,
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'... .'',:::.' : '' ',', cadolis tho nanitS thaY erelo-, ,,,,,,- e Pay !tic ease, the second to be received since last 0'
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'oyes' 'in' tbe:,c' raft:and su-pervisory Sub. .-1 .1
;r -at 'Seere-',-, ' ''', 4 ..- .. --',7,7-rs- ,,t, -: -,-,;..
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US1 Stands Pat..; ::,,:,:,,,,:,,,.,,:,:,,:.,.,,.,,..:,,,,:,., ,::;,,,. :::,...,.,:,:,,,.:,:... :::,,,,
,.;: .,,,:,,:,,,,,,,,:.:: "-",,,,,;.;,,,o,.t.?.:, -:,::::, :,.:,..: ,, ',,suary known by along' witit,ttairlAcly-- 1),',,,ctinal e'm' p
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eciv, said hi ,, ,, ,,, , ::: .. .... s,. .:,i:,..:. ...... ..,,,.,::.:.:: ''...:. .. ,, The plan is ;aimed at .sirriplfyArptipi is,tne.result of the' regular..-SeMi-annual riview of i ,','
otes.:Tki ryerasieincreas! to be reCeivid y emploip,s il .. 1
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13.. -'','',4'''41 ': Cl,', -inn ''i 0,, II .,t:-:,:,i;,;:, .: .. mg the task rpf idehtification. 'Civ
, ingA6 the larga,number-of pers,-,s ,." -' 1, i I', '','' ,4 ''',,,."" , '''' '' ,'''',' J.
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,,f- ' -ft ' frit rates:it Was,annotincea -,,,,. ,,..- ,,-. : ,,. ,,, r l r r i r:1 r'.
'0,10,1r ,1:'-',..:.,i..., :, .011-sttutt-pit (up) .-..- ittnited ':'... ..::::::;,.: ...:'::,',.;,,-.-,- :'':': '' Accirding' to. a spo estna , , , , n -, '' .;,' Y'e 4 ..-.': i -" '.-4, ,- ',
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ty-aleanwu le in ry.as mg u ., as ent. au oriz ng paymeot. of re. , ,,)'',
,.. ......:.:ii,:::.,,,,;,,i,::,..::::,., :: :: the -tribunal, this would by -no ti ,i, 1 1,., 1,1 ti:, it it th t .' ,, ' 4. '
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. aaPr. jsoAn8 I beluitteYfifta. Pn t )i' cOtlionea;)st,a'lenost 0 real s ; ''':;:'
'''''' ; ' ,..,'. Steelworkers -, President David .'I .-.,. .,,,..,...,
.. ,:.:. ,., meang Araks .thi unregistered
'a-:-..',....:'..'. .... ', McDonald said today, that certain ',,',.
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itnhLo.elikl-aoelnrw,i'S:it;iglSI:e ian,tP:Pt6.er.tie.. ;large id... nd their Navy eguivaletits',,,who ';''.',
hold, .CritiCal positiona. .,,':, ., -.. y-, ,l.''',.
in- '' d 1'1 .11 : '' . .. ',.
' ").' .,, .. -: .:. steel,,,,' execut,ivis, itave,!- informallY, 13, -.. .,,k,::!7.:.,:::.:..,:q..i:Q:::i;:',, ,:: :r::::.,:::,,:,::::::,;,, V.:, ::::::::::::.,,: , ,:' ...
i ip'' t .;.' .... ''' t d the union forego, wage
: IIII::''',':.:'' fuggeS e
d 1 I f Jill l' but ...i, ., .. ..., ... ..:,. ,::.:... .,..-....,, i:.:,;:.,:,,,:,::4:..,,,,!..,:.,,,.:,:e,i,,,,..:,...:,,:,.....,...,...!,.,,,,,,,,,,--- 4k::.
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-- ..::- -4 ; 1)1111; the ',union', will hold the.. In- .:... '-' mous r approval by' stbi,,. powerful -., ',., ' ,' .-- ,-. ', 4, ,' : :'' ',I;
THOUGHTEVILV.:. SA3111411N0'',4
'T '. '''''i i A dostrv to its' contraCts.;-,- ,.3.-.., ,- .
)residen -e ec f.
' 'When 'We"' first', signed ,s con- ert Vttearrett,,ge s a r icu
g,...10111P0P; .,Young ,Jimmie; Garrett, son: of Co ,and N1 , ,, ,, .,...., ..,,
Armed Services .Cominittee:',',,',,''',,, ',. If,. ,,,,, ,,:, , ,,,
iti the words' of, S'en,:'.. Preartit 1 Itarir ctiunsic.. rs,:.,,:,,...-: ,...,,,.)::.
rived .nere' to- ,,, -- ., -II, s ,-st 1, Me '22 grandfather'S.ACIltsig;;hflai gene, Pingler,, 'oPera or ..o ..
t f barber;''shOp'1,concessions ,, at Fort,.
Ilherl,;,Eut .133r 'the Man' whb PerfOrmed the ':samt. service for both his A , ,,,-,,s-.,,, 4 ., .;
r -:
rive,ljeil'MOilth':
Bush (IiOonn), a member of 'the s,,,, ,". ,,, ,,, ..,, .7., ..., ,. , .. ,-, ,.
, , ''',: :' ,;,'''',, ,,,, ,'- ,-, -'.,,: cmmittee ''''. which ',', 'approved,, the : ti - ,' :, T .....,,, ::-:-...:,,,,,:
I, 1 IC' visit Iraet,,With .:,,. ,,. ce a
, cdt C .,,,,, years ago, we stated 'publicly that Kobbi,,'and,, Fort; Clay, ton,'- was' ',barbe,r; for ,,,:', Colori;e1',,Garr,ett s, father in ,,the' late 1920's.' hen' he .,' r
tam," gc,....,,,
F.. ' '' I' .1 ' easure Yesterdiy--''the 'voe -44eeri r oving rNs,!(11) ''''. '6.!:
or-Jungle; tiasses, "t'Rini ,r1 b
d 'Of' the lst Battle Group .-20th, 'In..:,
1 4, IS conunah er, ,,, ..
the:- PniOn :was .doing ;so s,with the. was?post tomMander ,;-at :Fort'Aniador;:, atao well ,, as: for the; Colonel- himself ;:avhe ',,,,as ',tnen ,. a :,
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recasts a '. appy 'Voyage .,,, .. ..,4-, ,, ,,,-
.tlec,t,,itn 4 ,mr..i.,. f,iym. belief- that a 'contract was a yOungster :ttarrett,; 'Watching thepperaf i
e.ted it T'octt- lacred,thing,1! MCDonald told a fantry:,..,SingleOpent. .11, Years iItaL., it.., soldier...11fitb. '' Filnlift'''Fr''.;'1'.' ''' ...t. .:. ''''' '.. ..
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a Gan ill.... Z...?ne betbre 'engaging in tils present, ,,,,., ,.,,
emiference of USW, ,,. District 19 oceinmiticiri.--(15,8- Arnit'llhot01 ;.',"., .--, ,;,'' '''''.. ,,, ''. .' ., ....k., ,.. The ,aingle ,. a. are 4,111.11,4 A. ig emocratic source no e
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, ,-- reached ti,',107Yettr- Pel4A',. P,, ,, ,1!"',"'.."..',..,:,', :.Y.',';' :,-....s.,: : t :,,,,,w,,,,.i,i:,,:,ii,x,,i,x,,,,,:m,m,a,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,, .... iiumnaires 1,o BU memocra, at- me
..:'''':'' ,-':::.:01.ri::. ii':' :'' .:::''''.::":'''....'-:' AA:;:,::'', .: 'VI- .';';'i;:Mm.'i'ii'''':i'm'O'''''ie.' I committee and a. request- air,: all Noyes. in grades brie .thrltigh
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A' ,1',.-.'''''''0,S.?'41,'':gn1::::Ai' -1 details coecerning the .charge that OA rii4' ',400 'Aim
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l'' 7.',.. Sonia .:t -president', Eisenhow- tOurid.7.,outside the government ,.,
4:,.1 .,''"'. ii :1"i' .,,,.-.4:.4'.:,... ini?'i'k..::"RWNiiigi::i::',iaim:,,''":i:ii.:.4 .:'i .. an attempt had been made'ito get , r .. r I
1: :' er,s too advisers, BSI that atter among, econorrdsts emP151.Y.ed. ,bY ';''',!. '::::'''''''s:I.,1..".. :-:. '. l''''':' : ''''AN.M.:::'.- ..;:,,p.,,,..--..:;;578ailk),,,,E,0:?' '. '' bribe money' from Aleoklind 'Kai- il:',:','Ille:',Panom6:: Confil,jn,
':.,''',.;Jtine -there Will' be, a ,tomPara- private organizations. . . Y' ''' ,',.,:' :, ,.V;? ,V,;.. Vi;''',....,,. .....,..,::Migii',;gi:Miv,:,iinimiN.,,,,,:iiiiii.iiwi:, , ,
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.,..."' 'lively level ieonoinic Period Un- ., ',Experts of th U L -Ch-titnber' r
, ,::..,.,.,: ..:;,::,: h...,,....,,::::,,A ..m,,,i..,!.,,:,,...... .:.1',',g.gV:';VIXiii'AR:.MI'',S. ,... I ,I;t."alloviting ;Ititsn'.a..;t.'cl 'usoun t.:0,0fir.,,
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1" til late summer or earty auturnri of COmmerce,. foer'; e'xample,, are '''''';'.
li,:,.0:0:n:.y,.::,,,:r,libne;g6Pm,OmS, letinOdn.Sedifire! Uce,finitteild LIS
.. I, h, ., definite pick-up is ex.) -Of the opinion, the. r,eerc...e.,..s....s.io.....n, r.i.8:1'..1!.f. .,."
,.,. .'W-e-.9,:, , ., -...- -;- .',-.- ea''' t 1 progreu but Will 'bit bot, -, i .,'.. .:::.. ,".:,.t :'i''.,;!Aaii.,.,,,.,,....,"Nm..,..',,.. ,., ...,:,qs!,:';',.,m4',,,',,,..Vem,'0.4.0i,i:::: .. llitts,
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',. .,,' ''"--i-- tom in the second Di-third quar-,, ..... ..
,...,,i. ..1.,:iiit,r ...! .::',,.... ::tP;)e;.,.,A11!SI:4..,: :'''''',gi.::'".::"faftigi, '' , '' 1-- , :
:. ..i,:,i,,,:,iiii.iii";.:sf. ...:,.::.,;,i:i .2,4'......Ii1.5.g,,A,,:,,...:. ,,,,,,I,I,Wiii,;",',:,:::::.,,?, .. The National Electoral .Tribun,.:, BOO rcrond Approved by:the, i
g Po -,, : tective. witu the: pay period hi
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' ..i. Theirlatist forecast : oes no ters of' this year.h' ',111.1.3.:m eart,e,;. ,....,
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!cPeOnyare;m!epalSoeyietsh el nS et 11C
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'''''''1 libe exactly- With such 'econo,k :t simpty,- by. septem
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. : -...., ,, ',sualzt known by along' with:Stew .:.
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- ,,,, wteks. Hoi last weely', said, .e,' ... r ,,.:::.,i,, ,,,,,.; ,,,,..0.,:y .7 pv .'. ,..:! ... ' .;' legal names.4 .,,,-,..". ',,, ,.:,:,- ,',5 ,,, '- i
... :.:.,',. .:":". ,'. The plan is ;aimed at :sirnplry,- group; is ,tue..result of the re
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:: -: thhuglit the tountry,wat ln the,. ,,,,: ,
rt ril' tr,...''n' ';'1.16:;''.1111. '''''.1. .k" ...",p,;-" ,: I...",... : irig the task :of idehtific a tion, Civ.' ttes...The "Cverti;',.,eincrenig t
.'1.' ':;,..wor 0, of the sl,imP -.';:'",. ,,,",-4,,a'al ,' 4. .-'- i -: ,"(:"."..Y, :'.
.,,,, ., t .,., ,,Ilr,, I of ,,' rrorrit, o.. .H f kt 41 :: 01 ti ,, ',' L , ingto the large number'of perso,,s IL- i 1, ,1
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' who,4rsknown by,their, father?. ine,,, ,,..- .0,40 ,1 1, 4 cc ii
. sornamev'but' are registered milli ,,, ...- he 0 will be nO C atti
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,' t'''''' their idottlet'S.:,,,,,.'',,.,-,,,.:...-",,,,...,,12' y,.. -,ra !e. s,;ii-:,:af'' cis' ,!,,',1: '1'0.4 n' i: e: at.. ......... ,.:,.1-.,,,l,
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.... ,,,,i::: 'n ,' ,. AccOrding., to: a spokesinan-', for
' ': th, e, lt,ribil,nal, .th. is ', would by, no .."..im'''ea nw; 11'il'aliiwi'-,ash'''I'.'114'.'to a .it'.",..,aa.;?
' ' : ''' r?1 ' ' Steelworkers -, President 11avid -I, ,,,.. ,,....., 4.,
,., meana Ariake ;the unregistered
.' ...Of, CCS13, I 'ca--,.2-..., McDopald said today that certain ,:'',
', .,-. ,- -,, .," -.)'' ; 7 SteeL.' executives' 'have,. inforniallY, 7, -::,....
k. '' reported that, early,' Senate sp.
,.:!:,,Ai:k:',.....', ,::"..e,. ::::',,:,,:,: ....41,.., .,.,:::,i..,K,-. .,. n a met legal.. :."'. 1 .; .2.' 7,,, ,, :. ,..- :,
.. :',3 .. .,,,,,.:,::',::Sni:::::0;::::,,-,..:f.:0:.;;,,,',..?-- 1': .:.:::ig.C,.,, : 4 Proval..of a 471 milliOn d 0 I t a r
, ,
' '' -' ' : '''-'' '' '' 1 .:',:,:,, suggested the union forego a w. age .:,,
t:111111.::-.:'. .''',i,A.mi4...0;,ii41411y,,47.:;',;:4,..e"'
,: ',.' .....t- in000rase scheduled for-July 1, but ..,..::,,..,,,,!.-,,,,......,..,..,--:,.,..,t t7 i:..:.. ...,, ..,' ,.. ::.:,, ,...,:; '., :: .'., i',...,,,.....,;.,;. : .,;.,.,. ,.,...; ,.,.., ... ..
4.:. ....:''''.""... . 'St -Id 'Oft' '..' . -..,
, milkqelya7,,,,;,Paayx;Polik..ew .1),11;'',,iii,tPrsP.',,,enafirneid..
i 7 ''.''
1.. '. dit it'll' 11 .0- S' Z:? f C
. ''''' :'....:' '''''. ': thili, the '',union'. will hold the In; '. '" '. '. n ..4 :-';-'-.., ales! e icers ;-
,.',. --- ,. -- - Idefit-elect ,dustrY,-.t9 ontrapts. .... :..,....... THOUGHTFULL',V. SAMpqNG '',.-s,-,.Toilippp.,yetineiTirnMie..G'arrett,' son: of'Col.', end ,IvIrs.. rtob" ,' mous', approval by' Jhe powerful
in 0. V",'.-Cloatti,',Ricart :. Pres er a ,,g, ..,
t V ,.(il rrett ets,,,his- hair 'cut br :the man, who PerfOrmed the -,, same service : for both his A,,,,,,,,,:,:-,,,,-,,,-,,,,:,- --,, 4 Armed Services Com mittee,,-", ,..',,, ,.
h d f S' P - tt
In i t e wor s o ,, en., reser,
'", 'Then '8Ple:. first, 'signed -s con- rrive,.,11exl.' Month
.',.... ilario- Echandt arriVed 'ller 0-
- ... t ftiOlal ,visit
tract,..with',1..:T.S.,-.-S,teel aome ''22 grandfather''and,,,.his; father- -i-Eugene Single,;:operator, .-of barber:- shOp'1:concessions n at,' Fort
., Bush (R.Conn,), a member' of 'the
committee, which.,,. approved:, the
''' Zday for' a two-day 6 govern.: Years ago, We stated publicly that Kobbtlind' Fort'. Claytonr-was:,barbe,r,tor, ,,',. Colonel Crarrett's, father in ',the' late 1920's,,When he.;
F 1 ;., ,, l' 11 .' I
k as uest Orthe' P4ntorla the ': union .'sviii doing ; so,:with the wits?-,Post ,COmMander ,-,at llortAntador,,, as Vie as 0 0..., ..
11' '' f r' th 'Colonel': himself ;.:Who ',was ',then ;: a
1 0 '20th 'In-::' At measure yesterday; the vote dcer,,-,
tginl:r.forecas.ls' a ..'linappy, n,yriyage
..7- 4, mengt-,,.'..' ',"',' '''..- '''''.';''''-d"'"?',,I1'--r-r";.. firm'', -belief- that a -contract 'WAS II you ngst,er,,"-ciarrett,,, 'watching ,t, h, el,,,'Cperation,- IS tnimandee ,.0t,,, ttle" 1st Batt 0, rouP, 0.,, !.-'1,J., 411 gley..; : y.a. s...:s.,v..,,.;
'; ,.,4', .'rhal- President-elect on i ., latred:thing,":MCDonald told a fantry,,Singley:-Vent .11. years 'at, a; Bp er....11 .. .. , .. ....,;,.. ..,, .....,., .. ,.,, ,,,:,,....,,,;, ,.. ,.,, ,.,. . ,,, ,,, through the Senate. ,,, .,. ,'
' '''' di were 'greeted at Toct Idi 1 'the Canal Zone befOre engaging in his present,
. ... ,,
Conference ,. of USW, District' 19 oecinnitIciri,--(15 8 Arnit'thetel ,,".- -, .;'''. '.'... : -,, ' ',..' - .' ' .' .; "' .;,,,,., The :Jungle :Warfare' f Training A, ,high 'Democratie source noted
,Echan ., ,,, , : : , , ,., .
4'''''' i airport -shortly .1)efore,1 0
: men : d bete. ,.ii,.,,..; i.- ;',..--.,..,,,',',.',...........,,',,,,,.". , v. ,-.......,....... :.. .. .. ... .., ..,.,,,.,,... ..,.. ...s, .. ,...7,,,. ,. .. ,... '.,:,--, ,.. Center., Soon to ; be: :a recognized major -,:robtections ,'," are'," seldom
-: '''; Clock' 'todaY ',-- by'!,,, President a, 131, ,...,-: lye :have' notLchanget:that 1)e, ..".. ''.- '; :.:':-..-.r. ,-.,,,;.!: .,.,. : ':;..'''' ,!'',''''' ''''''' '...',.i,' - ---. w .., '', . ,. , .....,,... 0 the -Arm area "' ': ittee's
Deoartment, f , ,. , raised to, the ..cenim ., rec,om;.
.". I' Mrs.-- Zrnesto 'de la Guardia c. lief nor-. do, we : eVer ntend tp Highwayman Overcome Br Gringot- e e s, uma r ,'
''"' Vb.. I 'Of S ... I a' '''' schoo14,:is scheduled., to ;conduct ineildation,,,,' -, !',-'',,",-: :',':' -,,
.- 4' bet 'of .T114,1amit,:
, ',and a- num Classes in jungle orientation'', fOr ". - ,:,.- ..":-';'"'-:-..:4' '' 't-' '''''-''',,.-''
'" '. ernrrient oft .
iciale''' '''' -':" "". --'.,..' 4', ,?;-, -,--,- ".-- 1 ':',','7 ';'.:,-.;,::; '''-..,'. 7: l. r ... '. , ::: '' -, '.. ' ' ' h 'ill' 'stregsin rofiencv in
stateside ,:officere and non ',. cern: ,,,, T e b ,,., it. P, .. ,..
m :lake' 'office :,.:11nder -the' three' 'ye r contracts J-
""'"' ,.' : Scluindi,-..'who' w : , , . a ,.. .,
71' Id '''''
Ridge Battles' ICn116.-'1 le er::,--,
'''':.. Ci .i ...C.''' If Pil I :
a m zec ; i o s- missioned -officers in May.',' and centives Or officer!' and 'enlisted
.
, - a d, bis- party are rdgned with the bane' ,steel indue... ., Ira ,. .,...-...,,.......,.,.,,.:.: ..., ..;.,!,.. ,.0 ,,,,,, -r: ,,,: .., ......., ... ,L).,, .,........,,:,; June; ,',".... ,, : ,.. ."... ,,. ,. , ... .!
- on ItilaY 0,:lt- men rather' than jerigth.of,Service
' ' d tO call on' President-de try .bx,1956,
steelworkers -will re- :. ;'.,...!:.;,."....,..',',:','':.-',..",' '',; .-.1' 7.'........... .0. :!.,,-,,,"'" i ....., '..'".,'4'.': ;'. .;''..-'''''' .' III' ' ' 7 ..' pay ,'raises,- was :- 'trimmed) from
; s' schedule t' ,. 5 p m in-the teive :. -wage ". and "...other benefits ,-, ,'; -. ,, ,.. ,' .'7.: ,' Slated .: begin May 2 is. the the 683 million. dollar militarY Pat.
,
,
', '' ,4 la 'Guardia ,. ',, it : .. : ,,.... ''''' -..' -'''''''''7': ..--''':;:;";' -..--;-....,''- new ac an
All''' k PI 'et:- '''to -.
- tial 'Palace.,
siden I b"th d ' .' '' - ' ' : th k f NCO's Ni bilrapproyed by the' House
, ,... .; wh e e m ustry estimates will ,;',A weliknoixt -ranama- insurance . fro.,.1.,,,.3,-,,,R.,vorm,,,,,9,!!!1 .,. .. ,..,, .,, ... ,,, .,, ,,.... reeWee cpurse or .. II. , ,,, ,. . .,,
.,,-..,, pre
. The an
p atIlliO19,11 'Chief exeell- cost,-2kreents Se 11,0u! ,p0r man. agent was' in Gorgas..liospital t6., ... ety.two, non ,,commissioned ' file. ,,,,, Nowever,,, it, II4 Still abOVe tbe
.' ;11 a d Mrs', de la Ctuardia,.wil Jo. y, 1.,. . ... ..
clay recovermg Arum woupds re, ::...... ..... '-'s .'''' :,:-,':::,-,i, ,: SINGAPORE (1.31)--The rebels
.., ...,,, :, f '' th -A 30 f m, th most recent administration ?WOO.
ers: rem e ., r,my, ro e
,-,, :t. Ye 11 ,- .t',,,,i'Teeeptiort, for :,.4, MeDonald' said U'.S, Steel,: the ived ouring,a struggle last night t:.. ed :1
, ....,,,i,' :, '', of ,: central '.Sumatra charg ast
- Marine', Corps : and one from, ': the sal, fer nOy boost of 512 million."7;
- ; be 2bOsts , -
; ''':'' ,:::,. night that seven pilots from: Corn.
a 1 ht'' at the ,Union natiog's No. lproducer' and tradi. '- knit Wing would- '' be k''.' ,.'
" ,,.. Echandi ton g ,, ,, ,., .
with "ii- eiwie ,:, : Air' Force will'arrive by MATS on : The bill,-designed : to hell. at,
::,:,,,"4 munist Czechoslovakia ,lieW,'Indo- ,
a speciaPairlirt it HoWard field, tract and leen highlytrained men
. ,. ,,,, .. ,.,, ,,, ,, hone' pace -setter 'of the Indus: Id .than while leturuint 'from Y , ... .... -,. ,,,,
' 1 ted tO try ,was "not one of the 'com i
- Ithandi. lit 8 a .. pan es
'. ; : ''',, TTomorrow. On sending out "feelers" regarding .. -, :',"..,....;..,,.-... l-,.:.,'' .... ..' k :;,';. 1 ,'.' ;,:".:;',..5.:,'!'.:.::!-',.: ':, nesian central government Plapes. F t K bb M '1 ' '. .. in service -will give a raise of
...,-.:,..,... ,. , , ,,,, or o e, ay.. ......,: . ,
;.:.: ,., 4 which, attackeo Padang Anna ,,-,4, .,..' k ., -,., -,,.,., :. ,.. .- at least six per cent to all mern mern'
' mern' ' 'attend : the president ,,. ern
I Rotthe the' Juls,' 'Increts ' ''' ' td 42 AM ..- ..... !: ..::. The retrela, made the. charge',, in
7" ' thtl'rutt nt: ' -, el '''.."' i'' :! James ,(JimmY):::R g, i'' 0::'.. '::' '''' '.'
-.tate trackfor -,-The eourse fort stateside ricers liers:efthe(armed seryices- --,',1;?
'
:Rica Cla,ssic4 -,,But he accused .-U4 S, Steel .'...' -. ,:::, a morse ;radio 'report ',from ;'. the
. .f '' It 11 Of, "Costa
-., .. epub 0 , erican- -,a, tormer !sporks ,ectitor, or t"....,. ..,. will, begin Juile, 2 and :, run4 for ,, It wpitid,:authorize; paij,bicreaS;
tat uest' 'Ot -the Chairmin '' Roger -: Blough. of,, pro, lee t' A n told Can ; .,,," ., ; .''''' .,...,. ..-'"' ' B k'ttinggi area It said ."official R th hi 11-- 33 dr t f t
three wets o courses, are es es,as g as ,p ,cen oe pn
ill, be e g -
., and be- ty ... ., .... ,,., ..... ..., Dosing i'iby indirection", a lone' enema: Mama ."..:....,... i',:.,".... :' ,..,,,, : intelligence reports showed t
" he ,' :
':. meettrig.,..- -. ". ,-, - ----,- al Zone police a' men came out of 1.........?!.,,...,,,,' ......,. ..,,,...5..' -,,,:; sentiallY t e Same Approximately rankin'(,. offieers ,arld.'41 OPTi',','CPM
A, term wa freeze in te 1,
- Society, at a sPecia : ge, s e while ,,....,, ... ,,,,.,...,,, H,,. Czeths bad enlisted ,
hi .the -central ,. -' ,,,,,,,..,,,,,
the bushes en the..-TransIsthinian .,-...:,.,::, ::. : 100 officers, will attend. .,,' for -top ,ranldng enlisted !BM, En.
. ,-...,. e, e Piton
.. ...1.,0 ,,a, d :me party are laying the:groundwork for, anoth. ., :::.,::',;,,1;i,.:.i," ,"..", government ,eir foree..".!, "-.,- : These,thrie ', weeks- of : training listed ,-;"men,:!with'",,special skills
-., Echtindt, an ,: -: er -price --increase "along 11ti tughwayi w. ere e, B
h ll' h d stoppedto -.-.."' :.-'
-.......:,,:,,,.............. ...-,:,?.......;.:;:4,.'.. ,,,:' :-.. , f ,',,,, ,,,,!,,' .. : :.',''' ;?''.',,,:: '.- ', will bel. givee l'annuallY, tii: groups, could "" get, ris ,.much, as .. $150 a
.' ..s 1 d to' returri- tO San ,ose, y -,, - --?''' check -, a 'possible ineehanical-de ,-,-.;,-: r.:
- schedu e Inc..... yUir, ....3.-- ........--,-.. -.,, ",--,...... ,., -, , t'.,,,...,.:.,:... ,,,. ,,......,i ,,-,..",,:",.I: ,.. It -gave seven names and pass. of offieers iin8 nori 'Commissioned month., more than"- their ,. basic,
. 4
'. Costa- Rigc, mondaY 'FlOr, P, ,,,,, ,.... .: --...,::.....,,- r ... ,.,,,,
r, :.': feet. bit his tilt,' and brandishing a r:,..4..,:......::::i!,.,,,,....x, ''''''-,-,"':. port numbers.. One, '... Lurnbomir officer$3:. selected from". all :, Army scale,,, '',.,,:.;- 1 .'; ,..., .. ," .:,......, 2,-,',.
IP g knife' ,,dernanded -"that Ridge 'turn ''...,:,...,..':.,,,,;'..1.,:,..;.,i......, ...,,,N,,.
.::' ..:,:::711 darsky;,is -,the engineering chief areas,. fil, keeping with the :. mis .:.,,k;.,milOr ','feature ',.. wail' : a -new
'''... 't.''''''''' F
t' tecatives' ppearances., bleak over; all his 'money4. .,,';.:.;' i,. ,,,:ii,.,.'.',:.44.!;,.,.,'''..:.,:',, .,;.:,.:: .. ".,......';,,1,,,:1:: of a 'Czech Mission to. Jakarta and sion of ,.:,training ni. and' maintaik :' .,, ,: : ,,,, , ,,,, ...
-- anti ;'- -. .- - ' -, ', - : - ..- ,.; ,-' ,, : ',. 4 , -42,-; -, --- !'ir'.:':,::.,'.:t,:'?.-:::'.:.,. ,',:',;: ,,.:,,::::::::,:,:: .,,', the other six' are posing acclerks ing the; art of jungle' warfare.....,:' ..',,,-, ,.. ,.::' ... ..,...,. ''' ..
. ''''' ..;..1::'-'
eall'V''' '6- '..j::7 f 0- ii, Sid' tes-;::-. 'I rt ,,rAutd,'., tridustrii 4 '''
. -., Ridge:,sitd, ,Intitealk, of obeying, 1.',..,..,!:1j:,:::1,,f:::::.:.:.!'6,,,.,,';:',' .,)k,.,,.,,,;,..,.,-.;...i:,,,,";.,-.:':', end staying. at the TranseraHoteel .., One, Officer from El ', Salvador Aged?...
. .0ypsy.Queen
' ,, ,. :,,,,,,,:.,. ,.. ,., :,,,, .,.:,.,,,.. .. ,,: ,, he rushed, the. holdup man and 01,4, ...:,:":,;.::,,'':...";.',..',.:;.;:,',",,,;.',.":',:',.. ? '''..,,,;',:..i,"F.',...;,...,,,;,:,,.....;,:''',,: In Jakarta, ithewereVicti.els,eald
i:4'e' l'iiel, win sttend the June course as I
'
' .4'''. '' '''' i.'es .. C tirSeS:'.
''''''''....-.A.' raining-, o
' ''' T Dividends, Dwindle erpoweredIn'irt lifter a brief !drug, ,.,...;ii!...,,..,..,i,...v.:,,,,..... ',.,...,., -:.,..'" :.1.:,,,,,:::.... '.. rEartiraerh,etk
garsa Sjatruddin --de student, Atso. dying ,t,his training D, ,,,.,.,
., , gl ',but -the man managed to get. ,,:;,:,.),,,,...,,,,;,.......,,,...,,.. ;. ...,....,,, ., ,, p awl 7 cycle, 20 BraZillan pincers ,,,w 11 ,,, ' '",' :.
- - ' ' ' : away-and ran back inte the bush-. ,;:::...,...,''.,!. -..,,..F.:,,.,,:,,,......,. .:-..,....,;,,,....,...,,3",,,,, mended the United Nations inves.
..-,-.- ,.. ..---,;,,,,.. ... -- ,, NEW :YORK (UP),7Twe of the -
: l,:.' B l' Everson, ;',' tralasportation,
''',,' ii,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..---...4.4,;44...,,,,i,,,,;,,,,t,,0 tigate the alleged use rof '- "onn. les n
observe.7:' the course'. for 10 days. ..
I 'Illeilthe lio-
t:, :'-
----2- .' - 1 d' 'tor" and Tz E.
' and termina s Irec na on s ... op ree au o pr ucerS , ,,,,'''' ' :' "-'-'' ''' .-' : -. .. -- '......' Indonesian"' pilots by the Jakarta The braining, will:include living .:-, ,:.
5 '''''' '''''' '''''''' th' ' ''...
- -:- chief, of, ,- q
: ,':'. Burrow, assistant to. the are out with,' the first u rt r -','' '''''''''---4-' --- '' --.''''''''''''.' 4'..-----; ... --:"."-''-' lit the' jungle and. squad .',-, recon.
- a e 'After' 'being notified b Canal ...,-, ,. ,..,..!., ...:...... ......., government;" ..-.'"--7' ',7,.'",!''''.','"?-7..":""' naissanee during '-the frist 'week ... .
uctessor osen ''
, Executive. PIROMOg ::Staff.
- the
, , results,-and things could not look :
d tench worse.' ." t ,,,.
-.... Zone. police,', several. Panama pa- y".", : -:-,,, 41 ,. ,. .. . .., "...' -: - ',".' if- ... ambusly,.-combat-.patatt,,,,eombat ..," :, . .,,, .,, :
., left Thursday night for the Unite , ,, .. ,....,,, ,.,,T ,,,' -, ' e ' In Jakarta .- prime 'minister
Chr slet Co '.-.thtirsda 1 stied ' - .''''' i' ' '. '-. ''. ' 1 P Mimi
el '', '. -''' -' -)'' and. -defense during,.." the ',..;,,aecond- ', LENDNARA; Ita y, ,(U )-7
.,- .- 'States 'to).attend a fourweek man, 4.,. Y rn., Y .s .; -7-7- 7-77....-7. --7---- .. -,... ,.. trol cars'Coneerged oh e area Djuanda 'said central goernment ,weelq ,,testg and a inock'''', r a i d Rossetto.: aged' queen 'of :- one of
- agement -course at Saranac Lake, l'"
..e. worst quarterly' report in its .:., : ..!..--. ,..4 ,,.., lt ;,
, :,- -.:.''' ,,':.,;,. near,Paii de.:Azucar where the' in- forces, that, landed from .the sea across ",theYCliagres River,- in the Europe's ''wealthiest -gypsy: tribes,
' ''. ',' V. given by- the. American' Man in t
s ory, and, directors slashed the ik,!1e cident took place, but 110,1.111Ce:.of at the former rebel harbot of Pa.
quarterly. Alvidend to 25 cents a .. ft alif In third Week.' Academie classes 'will died today' leaving a' dispute over
' ement ;Association.' -..
to viAillg a .,.. the- attieker- was -found. '...,4Y' '"
"Alloik"''' clang had advanced to within 12 be held,throughout the entire' ses, her successorand a mystery; elver
' :01.gThey plan to rettint' to the lath.. share.. from '15...r. cepts .piiid .tlince- ,, --. : Ridge's injurlea-,were deseriked miles,ef the rebel capitel,Of Bukit. 0100.... -.,..,,' ,,,,, , ', ...
mid-1984.",,-.,--, -, ---. i ' ,, i -- ', -: '?,,, ... ...,.. , , ;,- ,'"',".-- her:fortune, --":,,,,';,".",--,?-;,,c,,. '':".. ;.., .,,:',..
- ,'" mils the, last Part of Mayb.', ..
.., Ford 'Metor Co v SI h d GoillhisViceken'
,.: as pot serious., ...,-..,; , ,f. .. ",.., tinggl,1,,t,. .-.. :.,-,,........:."..;,-. ff, Most:. of 2,the' students who will She,; died'. in the, tradition,---Of
' .' ,'. Everson and Burrow.- are ,the te .. pre mu y, a ,, , .., :. .- : ,,,, ,., ..
'. '"1. i'' f utile Canal .employea .W11
. as ,, o 0 reper, d ri ": drop of',,30, pereent ,,.., .. ... ,:.'t ''.. ?.'. take the, ,COursee 'either' Will, .., be 'gypsy royalty, lying ors. the straw straw'
' straw' ' haije taken-lilvIA training or: re- -In its first 'quarter sales -and one , - !''''4.''...' . ...' ''' ".....:.'''-''. .' 4 '''.....:''''....'. '. '''' '''' I K-i' ''6' Othdts
asper instructors, at, Army Schools .. or covered :floor of,' her,' tent sur sur'
' sur' - Mies 'this fiscal ',.' year:
!'.freshet to of 77, per.: cept in its 'net profit, AUGUSTA, qa,i April 28 rtThe'd
: '. .-4:-' .' ..:' ) I.' -(1. d A.-- .71.. cic 9 .... ---
oa e rmy ru .,,,,, members: ef: liras' involved .in reunded i by,kinsmg" and follew
- '13 w being' i'. Made for
.. ans are, no '- '' '''''' A''''''
bpt.. retanied,,, the usual 60.cent. 7-President Eisenhower,. mix .. ... .. .. : ,, ..... ., ., , Cal i raira'. p; to' : l'. .; : exerciseti iti this area,'A'he largest ers who: had assembled ---frem ,all
dividend -'-,-,". : - ; official- work and --,. golf on his ; ':, : Al, n -A : ,,
1 eni lo es In executive : .,
,.. .,other Cana P Y. . . ,, I- 111119 F 11s to :','' ;,..,'.. -' group Will, be from the ,Thircl Ar, thecountries, of, Europe. .,, -, ?. l,
- - -position to, lake, similar:, trammg General ''' Motors Corp.,'. which schedule at the Augusta,'fiation, Oyetturni "n"," ''',7----''',' my Bike, the" Infantry:" School ..is ,,-,. Tents;-- trailers ',and horse carts
reur0 :. OnAkio! Cotints. '
reports next w k .,
had a ; first al Golf Club. today,- -. .,.. -; ..' -.' located...at Fert ,Bennint, Ga..-,,..". of -the Rossetto clan.surrounded
' '''during tbe coming fiscal year- ..,..,. quarte od tiee 'd li 6 8 -":' ''''',":";i' ,',' l'"' ;:' ."." ':', l '''' '.' i .." ' ''''.' ' '' ''''''' t '.' ., ''' :' s',-::''-'', -- '.'' ; '''''.t ',,' ''.,,''',,,,;.. ',. ,' ,,,:-', ',-;- ''," '' -,. -, '. thk patched T tent-- ,of the dying
- During the abstnce of Everson, r cer yr ,u, c,,,on ec,,,,ne.of ,1 :, ,.
.:- ',11. E.' Demers,: assistant to.. the PeG b H 1 ned tO- t in a, good
n .,..,,,1 ,,,, .- ,..,,,,,,y .. e ,p an pu .. ,
l'iguel : Crossing .,.;:;
; ClbICINNATI,:',--Ohlo :11111).7...John ,,,, .. or er,,;pies
PRR"-W k''
''-rk-!---:',!:,,: queen in" .' : treellined square,: of
eneral Motors 'however fared nart of the 'morning taking care s ,' .i ,., '; Kasper, and six '' other whiti: -per., .---. "" this nprth Italian:, cit 'y. !,0 t h e r
, ' transportation and terminals di. th be ,
. ht ith "' '' ' '"' '''' "n ' v ted tof viplating :a" fed' F,". 11 :,, ' ...,
. e st of the three in, retail oUpaper 'work be roug w ,,.. , ...,. .... .. .. sons eon lc , :''' tribes -tamped ". in ,', villa ges. -- a od
l'ect,q; will act as director. "!. sales,., reporting Conly in...18 him ' te d '.- h :. he flew A .". beavr loadi:, ot ,.refrigeratee
per yes r ay ,,w en eral.'" court :, injunction.7 forbidding 01110WI S ''' k''
;,' p '- towns for '100 miles' -around,. par.
ng tro ...,,,,
.
, L , '' i. cent decline for the three Months,. down from Washington,for, a food- supplies. 'Caused alp-, Army ',''''s, ...- ''''',e,'"- '" ., ::. '' in their 'last 'homage ,to, 'the o d
interference with racial integration ,,,, ,,,, ,-..; J., ,, ., ,, ,., ., g .
, .TroimPIT Program :, as against 45 per cent for Chryider werk-and-golf.-weekend., ,..... ,,,- .,
'.. tractor trailer to turn everiester- at Clinton .'''Tenn ',411gh'School 4 A" -Pallet-Oa T Railroad ', -Dtvision queen and waltmg to hail the 'new
sk : ... and 36 per: cent for Ford; ,, ,--, .4', '..,.,,,,,,' : ; T:-,'.-,:,4,: ul ' '''' II C61 d d f i k I ., -:.', .,
''' day on Gaillard -Highway-near. ,0 have 'filed :anneals m the- ... S worker-from or. le o a a ro e ru er.. !. ,,: .: ; ,,,....
: '' I : -.1 1...;':' s" :- This sharp differen e in d lines :i He- expected to get in anther pedro miguel, raiiread,crssing,l', Sixth Court of, Anneals, ', ''...1,', ,, while being rushed to Coco ,. Solo : The tetugh.old "gypsy.-tmeen .re
., gurtonsJiunting .; Puts GM' b k ,, e : ee ' ft WOO the Arm Yehicle,' jose'Gareia,: a -.., xasperls 'presently' serving .:. a 'Hoapital. early this mornint' fused' to ''be hurried in her dYmg,
the ; enviable roUnd of golf, In' the a heer
- ..; : i' ,,' 4 '';-," ; --- ,,,, ,' ' position of se hit hit'
' hit' -i'Due to train! --'.re i e ts t f d accpun mg for 80 per on' his favorite course w e. e, Y.' .
' r he th ArmY behicle,;: Jose' GarCia,, a 'one-year term in ,, a federal. ipsti- Ile:was identified: as ,A1,red M; 'despite- the ravages of heart,' kid-,
.1 ng qu r men cen o omestsc car les - : ac tioned for t 20th time 60, ear-old fanamatuan w s t. u on or a e c c
sa v a he. a not t ti f Fr vious,- onvl tion Wallace I I 40.yeariold Paeanta; ney and' Circulatory ailments.. Doc.
., '. bunting restrictions will' be in ,'" Chrysle9rzported -a record loss since. being eleeted.P,residen ..., mitire
t in Y d.; -1- ",...., , "..:-...'';'-,',.. growing out '0 the Clintpn ,School nian willo' worked as a helper, for tors ,' said she should have-been
- ;'", effect in', two areas be inning of .815 t3 f the'''. food:load: peare'd disorders in:the:fall', and, w, inter the railroid,,,".',,'.'",,,,..,k., ,,',. ,,,t,,,'"-.. dead 10 days tgo. -.,,-,',',,,,.;,,,,,,,',--3-,,,,,
- May 1, Headquarters:ILI., Army ter, rfletin Tit; theh first' guar. 1982. ,..', ..,, .;,,:,-,-,,-...........,, To,., .. :: :: ,Ncone
t lost 'or damaged., .13-,' '-';,,.,,' of 1956. :!,!:.!:',-, ',.'''''','-'. c;',--,' ,:,' ',According to :a ',.'polite'' rinort, '..., 'A ,"regency counell" met introit.
.. .; '','.. Caribbean announced.,,",:': -,",, in auto demaild aendIhsrP dtncline ,,,,.",... rih. e, ,. : -, : : ,
theiolf -e:Thee trailer wai loaded Witiisev, .n Listed 1&the- aPPeals'' Wert' six, Wallace's:wife was awakened 'at diately. to decide on her successor
' ':'!' There will be no h ntiri ''' in high t f d be con nued Else ow .r News ,,on
u g.,. cos s o oing usiness.".w: course within. in t ft t f f d lies, and was "re rsible errors" the defepdants ,4:07 ,a.m?:, today by, her, husband and appOrtion -, her ,- fortune, al.
'40, m u es er en, ons o oo supp , ve
nr Id and le
-.4 the Rio Nato training area : be- In the initial 1957 quarter Chrr, his arrival, and got, in an 18- being pulled by-the Army, tractor. claim 'were' made 'during the, two- who Was-toughing. and- frothing at leged to consist ....t.go , ,W.
-.7-tween May 1-and ,June,13,-nd sler, had e.'record-net-Proltr'el hula 'round with two companions l' police said there-', was- no ,evi. week ,jur 'trial. ', ''',..',,, .,....," ','.,;,'" -',"... the mouth. ":, .-;,..'', :''''?.-: ,".-,-,,, ,.,,,:,, elry worth. 833,000.'''''',' ,,;)",' ,."
., ... -' the buntingrestrictionwill an- $46545,521, or $534 a' share.... :, he brought -with him and Clit- aence of improperdrtVing,'"It-.17.." ....tonvieted-witit-Klisper-were-the -.They-. : wa caus '' But :Whether Munk ,e s, sucu;
saidAhat.,deatik... ,.., .., mid,
". 'PlY '' at the Jungle Warfare :- First quarter' sales toppled 53 ford. Roberts, ,New york invest-, peared that the, heavy' load vaus,- Rev.7, A 1 0 n z o Bullock,,, William ed by, a stroke. Wallace d I e d tortune-,er'teld
-wherrit.e ',be
d a uestios.- The
. Trainine', Center area in the yi- per cent to $537,234,081 from -41, ment banker and:chairman of ert the vehicle to become unbalanc, Brakebill;:t Lstvrence B r a n tley, within ,hospital :grounds' b e f 0 r e found remaine q .
.. chitty i. "!, Fort Sherman '', from 150,712 fit the same period last the Nation'a Executive Commit- ed a slight uphill curve.. causing Clyde Cook. Mrs. Marv. Neil Cur reaching .the -Mitt admitting of. gypsies who- spent the fine tours

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paymeht of f're.
eantains, ma.
olnels, 'colonels 'o t
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ted passeng.
Preston Jr.-
disclosure after
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ay Thursaay be.
rs probing. the
es air collision
fhich 49 persons
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ee said, pilot et "'
cause of 'Tues.
lather,' rreston
apparentty
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nen. for sirlinei
questioned.1
',witness at the
e d negligence
involved in', the
Alnited Air
ad In Air Force
men. ,He said
oPerating in at.
escribed rules.
d, Preston said,.
0 too fast t,o be
dght font,. The
id ,similar acct.
LI 'agreed, 'is te
under -a system',
control.
ch a system 'is
nt and be
.atly for installa,
years.
said; there is
mordination be,
lanes and
r cam be alerted
endan.
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atm Preston said su
ne tinder developme
xibesy fully tested and 21
'Meantime, hd
over tion within three
need fOr better
:n7:1; military 1
itraw- gering one anothe
.,,aur- control ,towerw, rA
ouow-' to the tazard.,',,
all A, ,,41
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carti oyiets I
ended
dYing Dnverless
the r Invention
- a od
, pay ',LONDON (UP)
)8 yesterdat said tiu
e new vented' it' driverle
like -e,o, manY
?n, re., reached logical c
dying, A broadcast sit
t, kid,. Institute of Elec
Doc- ing produced tk
been controlled bus. ",
, quoted an v
imine Int, "the bus
cessor remembe
e, al even comes to
Jew. sions." He explail
, tor' plioto..elemet
och, "eyes of the. bu
idyl-tie the engine.
The ; The bus ha by
hour's streets of Lenin
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I am sure "All Shook tip" (Mall Box, April 20) is a secoud-hand
American,True Americans are always sympathetic to a fellow
,buman being who gets hurt. If "All Shook. Up" had 'gone to Coco
:Solo hospital to see that burned man in pain, he would not have in-,
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dected anything about,equal work for equal pay into the discussion.'
, 4. Did "All Shoolgitp" laugh when those 'white,loys crashed and
,burned while flying at Santa Clara?, Everyone elschad, sympathy for
;the boys, and for their families.
Everyone makes mistakes. Some make them by stealing the
.;:church funds, others' by petty shoplifting, and some make even big,
iger mistakes by stealing from the Federal post office., It is true that
he man at the Margarita filling station made a mistake by pouring
down the carburettor intake instead of the oil filter pipe. But
lust because Assemblyman Alfredo Aleman. Jr., is teaching his peo peoTie
Tie peoTie to bite the hands that led them out of bondage, it does not fol.,
low that Americans must despise every PanaManian who meets with
''an accident.
I peg "All Shook I,Tp4 as the kind of American who tries to hide
'behind tne 100 percent benefits he receiveLon the ,Canal Zone. So a
local rater poured oil into the carburettor. That's not so foolish as
,,rnixing alcohol with gasoline as some of "All Shook Up's' white bro bro,
, bro, ,thers did the other day, one in Balboa and the other in Rainbow City.
.11..uckily the one in Rainbow City did not break his neck, nor did the
one in-Balbea electrocute himself.
I once heard a story about a colored trien-who.diceand went to
; heaven. As St. Peterwas showing him round this colored man could
, not help noticing about a dozen white men in one corner, balled and
' chained and all puffed up and disgruntled. He asked St. Peter about
!them. Explained' St. Peter: "They're from the Canal Zone, and if
we don't ball and chain,them uri here they will try to go back."
, , Rock 12.' Roll,
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Large tears emerged from my eyes as1 read the mournful gab
"Pilot's Wife" (Mail Box, April 21) spilled about how long, hoW hard,
bow hazardous, how lonesome and how mentally depressing the
, job of her poor, overworked Canal pilot husband.
' Nly advice to her is that' if his pay, his living quartersAis re retirewent
tirewent retirewent pay, his job security is 'not enough have him quit. The ree
wards, she says, aren't worth the long hours, ,
4 I say that any intelligent gettleman with no sea dutv and a two
weeks correspondence course could fill her important, distinguished

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We used to think cutter-ants were smart. They tseem
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' Now we. use Methyl Bromide, a pOison gas heavier than
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hubby's ,job;-, p ;
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: Sir: , ,, ,..- , showed thein a proof. (welted in
, a pocket) and suggested it be
4 'N 1 WOUlft olike AO ask ,'Labor Political Victim (Mail Box, April 24)
' : the follew4 questions: ', t , 1 ,, tacked on. the bulletin Mar& .;
A cop walked in and said:
, 1,, Wilat has. he done to improye the !Narking nOnditionSAt cal,
: tal Zone Workers?' "' '1:-..1t4.tk,:,-4,, Pl.- "i.,, 1 !'llere's a ticket for being illegal
l'' 2, ,Did 1 see him at Santa Ana Plaza All. 30;1250 , lyrparked in a' police zoner, ,,
Chief Clinton ,11.4.-Anclersonl later
A, 3. I Did 1 see him at the National Assembly Oct., 17, 1950?
almost cboked,from the e b
: 4. Where was he when the 1955 Treaty 'Was .discgssed in the NI m araas.,
. tional Assembly? ,, -,, 0 ,e,,,, ment, ..,,We merely created ,the
Bravest. and Finest Fund to aid
:'. 5.. Hat he been a mcmbir;of a labor ',mon.... for-the past ft:v14
, .'; families of police slain On duty!
IS. Ts be ayanaManian or a Canal Zonlan? ' , , , ,
... ,......i. T ....Oa antt stirl 0117 tinvis 1..-1- "06-!..... ---1- i-t 111 ut....

IS ts ne 1 ranamannia vL
Jack O'Brian and- his doll lik
0 I can tell him of my own knowledge that Locals 900 and 9071,have.
en cal wife (Vonnie) will be 4 In Oeto!
ardinated all their policy.making moves since 1955, Vili
bee. -(Mantilltuv). The birthday
, 907 members don't like a situation they do something about if: But
will neiettee.them cryin'over spilled InillL .0., -, month of their dolling Bridget
and her mudda. Mr. O'B (and
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Office rudeness is a vexing trait. Itseenis common here. tailest.iaged tevee critic in the
The kind that burns me is, 'that' exhibited by vfsitors who S. (Welcome to the club).
make themselves too much at home. A Daily Variety editor told us
No, these traits have no raciaLor nationalist angles. They seem that Jack Paar is rated one ot
to afflict all kinds of people, including members of the diplomatic the ali.time ingrates by several
corps. Los Angeles newspaper people.
- Men are worse offenders than women. And that an NBC official alleged.
The rudest.visitors are the nosiest. 1 oynce told a Daily Variety Kat.
When a guest in your liome,'would they go riffling through your fen "If Pear ever becomes a
Orivate papers and unanswered letters.? Maybe, I wouldn't know. teevee star, gand help the indus.
Bilt when a guest yntir Office, they don't seem to hesitate to try!". Dave Chasen, landlord of
- pick tip documents, PhotoersPhs main, plans anything that happens Hollywood's f a M e restaurant
to be within reach;and turn Tight in to read it as if it belonged to (Chasen's), told us ,' that Elsa
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Welter Winthell
In'tlew York

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Ava Genitor, according to re,.
liouywooti mutters (Inc luti.
attuun,Liest, was tate lite
Juanny owmpauato s "Dig rat"
just ue,ure iurner caugat
um. rovmg Dal, Butes. .Deve
ut-Aueb Lie bitaz taut he nas
a (among ring owneu Dy Lana's
tate toyer 111 aetaiu AUL
Ot austice Dept. an
veswgauon ot a hundred Lop rec..
aeetitilitt6 Vita Lie euA
tecuou miurmauon Lrom 49 m meat
eat meat vat. otacee. Grand j ter e 5
wit,. De -eaueu witnin 60 days...
austace, Wm. t.4.1)Dugtas (bf
tne hignes court) ana Jove,
wue are nep to alse Inenos re respoustote
spoustote respoustote ior Lie unuumors.
Ann zarbara aewoerger aud
arew olorris IsiewDerger IrtewDer.,
ger, Loa and Co., a op 'Wall
oroterage) boon clam
a Wnite runts (NV) divorce
court. -11,We-records eren't,-betts:.i
ed (insiders say), "WU be tne
hottest ,,marita. Drawl -to mate
the page ones"...Princess Grace
(D.elty) told an Intimate that 'sne
will "never resume" yt Honywooa.
"I couldn't," Graca supposea
'to have ,groanect,, "stand the
grind ot dieting" .They say .sne
has added scads of pounds, Since
shedding Movieburg,,, Lauren
Bacall told the corm that- h e
recent quotes on Frankeee) were
slightly ,misconstrued, That she's
not Iniffft mit just said
I hoped newspapers would leave
us both alone. Look, now. No in;
timidation of the press. Just be
at the Tropicana (Vegas) for our
premiere flop and do your amak
ing. fast mambo .that we did at
the "'
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Its case you missed the 'stoiy
we put on the Intl News wires
the- other ante meridian.- "W
chell MO Cops., They Ticket
.It was about 6:30 a.m.
1. '..We had come from ,Aggie
derwood's L. A., Herald Express
typewriter on which we did a
piece on Lana and Cheryl being
sued by the Stompanatelamily
for "unlawful death' for Lana's
late lothario. .We were still in
tuxedo. and black tie (a ter enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the tribute dinner t,o Syros
Skouras' (of 20th Century Fox)
at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. .At
sunup we paused at the Bevhills
station house to chock if Ave were
compounding a felony (or some.
thing) by having Lana's published
love 'letters and passport (and
John S's) in our possession'.
We also ,asked t,he police if they
saw the sugary paragraph we
wrote about them all for their
co-operation with the press On the
day Stompanato vas slain. We
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nt iome eolmtrles, this would be called spying. We just call it Pat O'Briensi and the place was
rtidenes excess turiosity jammed., They had mule no res
Clean Nose. ervations. "I am not accustomed
,, ,,,,,. poppin'cl.,"Get us seated at once
to waiting," Miss Maxwell Elsa,.
,: -: ,.,, ,ir.V.PiOORAM 'MOSLEMS
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: rittnitaltm, 11.tr4A"'' -,,, or i will blast you in a book or
Litt 1, some society column"
Lei .me welcome 116plitet,(Mail Box; April 22) to Panama, and 1,'hasen told her to tale her cur.
assure him 'that it vmuld be wonderful if CFN-TV A eoultLeget the fobusiness elsewhere
shows ,he mentions, with or vrithout theit,"EmOtt, Ili bet the men
The Tax Department (we art
st,,,CFN,'TV would also. like to ,see them. Since p"1-loping" is new
informed) is studying our halal.
down here,' perhaps he does -not realize that all shows on awry
are furnished free by the sponsors "and the,: networks. Instead of shake deal to appear at the Tro:
writing to -the Mail Box blaming CFN-Tv for something that is nO picana (Vegas) starting May 27
- fault of-the Men who work there, he could. visit tha 'station himself, lor a fortnight, :'We will tell
as , Winchell," one lax 'man is support..
coul'see' the film library there, and learn, how many pro- ed to have said, "wnat he c a n
grams they get; 'end the troubles they have about them. He could give to charitable causes.' We.
talk With',Ote Progrant director about his headache's. And if, after cannot work for AGVA scale (a
such I Visit, be-still WantS to vn.ite letters, belould write them to bout $100 a week) and give the
the networks and to the sponsors, asking them why they do not 'Tropicana two' weeks $)0,000 to
furnish his favorite shows to the Armed Forces networks. pay the expenses ot the Runyon
I can only pressurne that .M.G (Mail, Box, April 13) thinks he Cancer Fund or the Bravest and
bat a chance to get a job if the Panama Canal establishes a Tv Finest Fund or the Winchell
station. t - Foundation. The last is a chart
, , 1 Like' CFN-TV., ty..trust, which permits us to
, hand over $00,000 (per annum)
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VOLCAN WEATHER NOTE to fight cancer, heart trouble, po.
lio, etcetera. Plus hefty checks
tin yearly to groups of all faiths and
' Negroes, fresh air funds and the
On the morning of the day the mercury In yoUr fair city rose 100 neediest cases by N, Y. news.,
to a record 98.1 degrees the thermometer here registered 48
, papers. .That's tot o n el
degrees at 630. must riot give away all the mon
. We had a fire in the fireplace at the Rancho de las Lagunas ey because the gov't wants their;
del 'Olean, and hot cakes hontyland Boquete obffee. for break- first. Anyway (no mat.,
fast ter what the decide) we will
MIS Information Is sent witp no Intention Of gloating but adtahoe a mambo with 24
to Inform Mail Boa' readers' tbat,this tegion is Only four lovely girl Norma Shearer,
or five hours from-the capital by-Copa pine and automobile. Lauren Bacall and other movie
1 I Credo Calhoun stars will be' in the audience

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an actual newseat (via closed
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see us stage live and on two
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agains o Mr. and Mrs. Ameri
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their thirteen million dollars to
fight cancer. Never a penny es
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kind from yoer donation!

CURIOSITY, COSTS MON.EY
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP) --
William Gardippe, 36,, wasted his
jealous curiosity about a oar driv driven
en driven 'by. MS girl friend and paid
$24.50 in court costs and' a fine in
the bargain. GardiRee filed a false
accident report, using the license
number of, the girl friend's car to
determine whether it was 'owned
by a rival. It was owned' hy
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tBUEITOS AIRES (UP)-:-Arge.n. an armed band allegedly using
Una and Paraguay have patchee Argentina for a' base. ,

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Congressmen who want a real
probe of the Federal Communica.
Lions Commission are suspicious
that their committee chairman
from Arkansas, Oren' Harris, is
coasting. I
Harris made Wall too clear -in
the past that he didn't want -' a
real investigation. ,...
Last summer he delayed weeks
before 'permitting ex chairman
Morgan ,Moulder of Missouri to
pick a staf After the staff wa.
picked and tried to get busy,' Har Harris
ris Harris fired the chief counsel, Dr.
Bernard Schwartz., ,
, Later, Harris secretly fired the
chief investigador, Baron Schack Schacklette,
lette, Schacklette, though he was the m a a
who dug up the facts on Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Richard Mack in Miami
which forced Mack's resignation.
, When news of Schacklette's dis dismissal
missal dismissal reached other committee
members they put up such a pro.
test in a closed-door session that
Harris was forced to rehire him.I
Congressnian Char.es Wolver-'
ton., New Jersey Reoublfean, was
one wh protested. So did. C o n.I
gressman John .13ell Williams .of
Mississippi. Both men, after get gettin
tin gettin off io 'a slow start. have de.,
manded a thorough probe. I
' Harris's current tactics' are
to drag out, the investication.
take 'up time' 'with', unimportant
, details, and hold hearings withotit
1 suficient preparation. Thus t h e
public gets bored, and importInt
evidence. is mufed, ., --. -, 1 ..

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, F.C.C: MORALS
Moral standards around t h e
Federal Communications e o m.
mission have certainly dropped
since a few yearsa ago.
The FCC staff, which bears the
chief brunt of handling the 1 0 1
dptails. of awarding valuable TV

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invited a group re FCC officials
to attend n demonstration at
Princeton., NI,: When Chairman
WaYne Coy learneo that R,CA had
pairl everyone's hotel he 'hit
the ceiling.. ,
After they returned to Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, he collected a cheek' from
everyone who had taken the trip,
nilt tI,ern in rn onvelope, and mail mailed
ed mailed them to RCA.

Campbell was administrator of
ColttoN1 VniverNty',when Eisen Eisenbower.
bower. Eisenbower. 'slii',PreQclent'' of 'Colum 'Columbia,
bia, 'Columbia, and was picked by Ike to
run the. General .,,Aecotriloct! of.
fice.'lle is a Republican whe be believes
lieves believes in': enforeinet the ,law no
Irroter' whom it hits
, Despite Campbers ruling.' the
Justice ,Department has made no
, moves to prosecute FCC cheating
expense accounts, Attorney
General William Rogers was No.
2 man in the Justice Deoprtmert
when it Prosecuted Lilmar Caudle
for- "depriving the United States

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In contrast here is -the'-way
George McConnaughey, Ekenhow Ekenhower.appointed
er.appointed Ekenhower.appointed former chairman of
the FCC. collected $797 in travel
expenses from the TV industry,
then turned round and collected
from the taipayers.
The industry put out $10415
for McConnaughey's hotel suits
and another $104 for his conven convention
tion convention o fice at the industry's Chi Chicago
cago Chicago convention on April 16, 1956.
Yet McConnaughey turned in a
bill to the government of $51 per
diem expense p.us $6.10 miscella miscellaneous
neous miscellaneous while hp was the industry's
guest.
At the 1957- Chicago convention
the industry again picked up Me MeConnaughey's
Connaughey's MeConnaughey's hotel bill for $154.-
02, plus an extra $10 for rowers.
Yet McConnaughey then soaked
the taxpayers $51 per diem plus
$48.08 miscellaneous for his -ex--
penses.
Again, thp West Virginia Broad Broadtasters
tasters Broadtasters Association naid 1113.97
for his hotel suite at the ritzy
White Sulphur Springs resort AlCo
15. 1956. When McConnaughey g'ot
back to Washington he submitted
vouchers' to Uncle Sam for $42
per diem and $190 miscellaneous.
Nov. 27, 1955, McConnaughey.
and his wife traveled to Colum-
bus, Ohio, where he., addressed

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the Nationa' Association of Proles.
sional Baseball Leseues. The as.'
sociation paid his $161.31 hote
bill: vet he collected 830 per diem
and $10,40 miscellaneous from the
tannayers for, tbe same expenses.
On a speelting enseernent hfore
the Committee of 100 in Miami,
Flordis. Jpn 5. 1958, the commit.
tee plc S54.130 for McCournaud.

channe's, recalls tile, I eyls7t:oter,: w:-1111

charged his $190.30 travel expens expensthe
the expensthe Rsdio Corporation o America 1Per diem and S3.10 misceltaneons
invited a group oe FCC officials from thP '0,"'"""t 44 In
wP raj; nc eet ocno;,3,
to attend n demonstrntion at
to the government. -
Thns the record, continnes.' It
Nielar':nrollethnat CRichalrinfiaadil es
Paid everyone's hotel bill,' he 'hit will be interesting to see what,
the.celling.. ,,,,,, ., .. if anything, Attorney General
After they returned to Washing.:Rogers tios about it , ,, ,,
ton, he collected a cheek' from '
everyone who had taken the trip t CORRECTION ,2,-,,,
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. - porting Nit New -York City ,had
- Instead, FCC staff oricials tow adopted fluoridation 0, its, water.
watch, their commissioner bosset The facts are that fluoridation
not -only using -$18,000 worth of was endorsed by the New York
TV sets -from RCA, but taking City Board of Health And ell coun counlush
lush counlush trips at the expense of the ty medical societies serving the
radio.TV industny, then turning n4tv, bnt onnnaod hv n

was endorsed by the New York
City Board of Hesith And sill comi comity
ty comity medical societies serving the
04iy6 trIt ,en,-,,swl 4, by' tr'hilr D.

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Pt Otirld pnd chariini Commissionerl4f..-,W. ate r
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Controller General Joseph Camp.' Estimate held hearings. decided to
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On 'March. 6,'.1951; ,the Board of
Estimate held hearintzs, decided to
, take no action.,On Sept., 24;1951,
Ford was relleveC,as aroMmis.
Isioner, Armand,,D'Artgelo, who re.i
i)la,ePd,Allnli Makint s,ottoist
of flijoridation-and
early May,- ','

ANNOUNCE REBEL LOSSES
ALGIRS (UP) Neirly 0 000
Algerian rebels haye been kill8d,
wounA0d r.or Captured in -,comhat
with 'French troops sfnce the lie liePinning
Pinning liePinning of this yen', Prenih
tary beRdquarters renorted yester-
rily No mention Yves made : of
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MOVIETELEVISION
', by Erskine Johnson
HEA Stall Correspondent

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LONDON (UP)--Gov. Robert B,'
geyner of New Jersey said yed.
terilay he considered a tax cut
and welfare measures tools of
', "last resort" to tight the reces recession
sion recession in the United States.
, The governor, who artfullY
dodged questions on whether he
wouid run for the Democratic
presidential nomination in 1960,
.saio he Aelt the test way to meet
the recession Was through such
projects as school tan4 highway
construction,
He said the Eisenhower' admin.
istration, did ',not move quickly
enougo witn antirecession mess
ures because it did not observe
intacabioas ,o'. business fal ,off as
' long ago as last August, Septem.
ber October.. ,
But his statement that welfare
measures and a tax cut should
be taken- "only as a last resort"
supported opinions expressed- by
President Eisenhower at his news
conference in LW a shin gton
' Wednesday,
IVIeyner and his wife, Helen, sr
rived here by plane Thursday and
he spoke at a lunch marking the
, opening of the Port of New York
authority offices in London.
iMeyner said that withi 9,2 per
, cent unemployed, the a rnerican
ovorker was very apprell nsive.
" 44What with installment buying
on everything from TV sets to
houses, we in the government are
, expected to find some way of
t dealing with this problem, he
"If we don't master the rms.
does it spread to the rest
of the world? Whether we like it
1, or not, we, are 'interdependent"
lint he, expressed hope for re
coveryt pointing to' the increase
in savings over, tile last four or
1, five months. -,
I "We're geared to Jake .it," he
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said.

The Democratic goverbor advrc.
, cated more and freer-world trade
' to cembat the threat of Commit
."In this' era ,of -Uncertainty a
, A high, and- rising level of world
L.trade has become a necessity for
survival," he said. 1
, He ,'called for lexPanded world
and domestic inarkets, a freer
! flow uf technological development
:' and knowledge and increased cap cap!
! cap! investment among the free
1 Rations ot the World. ',
lie r'said he regarded extension
, of the reciprocal trade acts agree agree;
; agree; 'tent ,"the cornerstone of our for.,
, eign ,economic policy.", ,
Frem, the time he stepped from
- the. plane, reporters ,, peppered
Meyner with questions about his
7 political aspirations.
: 'I am very happy to be govef goveftor
tor goveftor of New Jersey," he replied.
' "It so happens hat my 1 term
" TIMS until' 1962 and it seems to
, me' that' it's pretty early to talk
about anybody for 1960.'
- Another British reporter asked
If he were a "man of destiny."
That s just Meyner' luck," he
'd "It'
Sal a customary when a Min
, becomes governor to start talking
ing about hisIuture possibilities.
k Asked about his party's outlook
In .this fall's congressional elec.
, tions, he said, "generally, the op
position 1Democratic Party)
' prospers." '
But again he had to laugh off
' a reporter's statement that
. "many people regard the gover govertorship
torship govertorship of kiew Jersey as a step
ping stone to' the presidency."
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- tillEFFIELD, England (IIP)
' The boys of Swinton (Bridge JunJ
' ior School elected a girl, their
, 4fuo'l a",r of the ear' yester-,
',day. Ihe girl, 10-year-old Marga Marga-
- Marga- : ret Clar, p, wal put in the lineup
after hoodoo Bridge had suffered
striol uf defeats. She scored
the wikt,,i goal with a 20-yard
drive la 1-r first game. Said
Coach T, Ilding, a former
. professioral," "-lie really ig in in'
' in' credible. t has a real toccer
ar,-1 wifh the eash
and vig-r a toy."

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HOLLYWOOD; (NEA)Onsiage
Offstage and Upstage.'- Jeanne
Carmen May-look like a hip-swinging
showghi, but whCn she tees
up a golf ball it's a different kindi
of a swing. ; 1
Gorgeous Jeanne is a",trick golf
shooter with a- swing that drives
a golf ball off a tee held hetween
the te6th of anyone crat enougn
-- which I was-- to get into her
act. She can also hit the ,middle
ball of three golf balls balanced
on top of each other and smack
a 250-yard drive with a thtee
wood with one foet on chair.
That I still have my teeth is
proof, perhaps, that Jeanne Is the
lugical choice for Babe Didrick DidrickSOU'a
SOU'a DidrickSOU'a film biography, as a lot of
people,Including Jeanne's press a agent,
gent, agent, are insisting. ,
A former Broadway chorus girl
and ek-model, Jeanne learned her
golf from trick shot Jack Redm,ond
and they toured 'all over the coun country,
try, country, collecting $1,000 for a seven
minute act.

- Mut Jeanne, a Da las gat, decid decided
ed decided she would rather act and tow
she's waiting on the Hollywood,
cateer tee as a candidate for the
Ditirickson movie., The, Babe Was
no showgirl beauty type. but Jean Jeanne,
ne, Jeanne, who bas tBabe's swing, has it
all figured out.0 ,. 6., 4,
She told me! fin Just stick out
my jaw and go to the studio the
WaY I look when I get up In the
Morning."
While waiting around for 'a de.
cision on the, film, 'Jeanne is
working in films "The Three
Outlay's:" "Untamed Youthn"Too
Much, Too Soon") and outdriving
gents Mce Jerry Lewis,1Dean Mar
tin and Bob Hope on Movietown
'golf course. She once had a 78
frgm 'the back tees at the tough
'Riviera Country Club course' de despite
spite despite three four-putt greens. ''
1 "But since I've been in Holly Hollywood,"
wood," Hollywood," Jeanne winked, "I've learn
ed how to lose. Let's have a game

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someday. -1 :prnmise let., you
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Smart kid. Even,' if site can't
putt 'she knows, how'. the Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood greens

New and Oeorge Cobel's 1'1
Married a Woman:: ;is 4bout to be
'released, an indie company has
announeedfilming-- of,- a science sciencefiction
fiction sciencefiction hair-raiser titled, "I Mar Married
ried Married a Monstee"
All those gents thinking "The're's
a difference?" are excused.
From the room,- that is.
There'll be plenty of self-identlfication.
by readers of this tale that
is sweeping Hollywood:
Aqellow with a sudden problem
went to an analyst, who asked
him' to tell him -oall about
"Well," said the fellow, "I
have a beautiful, 16 room home
and a gorgeous wife, who is one
of America's best-dressed women.
We have a son at Harvard and a
dauglIter at Vassar. My wife and
don't get along too well, so 1
have a girl friend. have a winter
home in Palm -Springs and every
summer we go to Europe and
The analyst couldn't stand it
"My dear man," he said, "YOU'
have 'a problem?" "Yes," was the
answet. ', 2
"For' heaven's sake'," 'laid thei
anatlst, o'what in 'the world is
it?'
"My problem,'"Isaid the fellow,1
"is that I'm Anly making $60 a
week." ,
''Other 'day ILI previewed "This
Happy Feeling,", in which Curt
Jurgens retires as a mstinee idol
with the explanation: "1 quit the
theater for two reasons. was tir tired
ed tired and I was smart. This is the
age of dirty T-shirts and. motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle jackets,' It's a whole new
breed of cats. 11 you. don't know
the fritricacies of a nehro, psycho,
schizoid -personality, and. how to
mumble, liouch and pick 7 o u r

Fire ,Extinguishrs
Dropped, To 'Check
Formosan Blaze

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tionalist Chinesq Air Force plane
dropped 200 fire extinguishing
bombs over a moustain area ',in
northern Formosa yesterday in a
desperate attempt to halt one of
the worst forest fires in the is.,
land's history, -
Three thousand Men,, including
a hundred boys from 'aboriginal
tribes, climbed tOrtUOUS M01111,.
tain paths 'to fight the fire.,
Reports from Haulien netir 'the
fire scent; said at least 247,000
acres of valuable virgin timber timberland
land timberland had been destroyed and that
the fire war out of control.'
The fire was locatedi, between
the 'cities of ,Taichtmg near the
west toast and Haulien on the
east coast.

,.(NEA Radi-Telephoto)
EiPELLED Britain's' Lady
Norah DOCkerV expelled from
Monaco, telephones her hus-'
band, Sir ,',Bernard DoCker,
from .; Cannes,-.- 4. France. ., A
spokesman for' the- ,' Irrench
Ministry of the Interior said
that' Lady Docker Would.' be
served with an order expel-
ling tier for insulting Prince
Rainier, Princess Grace- And
the flag of Monaco.-
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nose:you haven't got a chance as
an actor." ,
- The words gave the preview. au audience
dience audience such a happy feeling there
was loud applause. And I do
mean loud.

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WASHINGTON (CP) The
Air Force's ballistic ,missile chief
told, Congress yesterday that de development
velopment development el' spate weapons Must
take priority, over space exploration.-
, ,

tion.--
M J., Gen. Bernard A. Schreiver
told 4 House committee studying
space problems he favored' crea
twn of a civilian space agency to
handle space research hich
some persons might classify as
"screwball."
But he, added that "I believe
very strongly. that the military
must not be mhibited in carrying
out its'bwn program."

'The general also said the De Defense'
fense' Defense' Department ( and .the pro proposed
posed proposed civilian agency roust "wort('
extremely closely together and in
harmony." Otherwise, he said,
"the taxpayer will pay a double
bill and. you will move Fiore
,
Ile endorsed Presideni Eiseni
'bower's' proposal to make the Na NatiOnal
tiOnal NatiOnal Advisory Committee, on
Aeronautics, the government's top
aviation research arm, the nu nucleus
cleus nucleus of the new space agency.
Schrehter disclosed that the Ali'
Force planned to begin long-range
test firings of its intercontinental
ballistic missiles (ICBM) within
eight months.
He said ICBM's have)ieen fired
In Anly short-range test flights SQ
1far. 'rhe Jelin). is designed to
haul a nuclear warhead tO a tar target
get target more than 5,000 miles away.
The tall, young-looking general
also revealed that the Air Force's
project, to, a pied Riper
"spy in the ,sky', satellite had
been put, on a top priority basis.
The satellite would photograph
parts of the world it passed over
and transmit the pictures back to
earth by radio.-
In another space s development,
Dr-Stanislus Clam, who helped
develop the II-bomb, said this
country could build a nuclear-,
powered rocket ship e for inter interplanetary
planetary interplanetary flight within '10' to 20
years. ,
Ulam told the Milted Press ,a
nuclear powered rocket alone
could 'be developed within 5 to 10
years. ,

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War WititSpalni
Mark' 'Anniversary,
WASHINGTON (UP) About
50,000 veterans of the., Spanish.
American War have survived to
celebrate 'yesterday's 60th anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the declaratfon of.the
wet' with Spain. ,, s
, The Veterans Administration
said the 50,000 vets are the re remains
mains remains of 392,000 servicemen who
served in the war with Spain.,The
approximate age of these vets is
SI yearsi' ;
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' WITH US. lst CORPS, Korea
WP)The United Nations Com
mand will stage a public demon.
stration next Wednesday of, its
280 millimeter atomic cannon and
the ,Honest John Rocket, the lst
Corps announced yesterday.
The s demonstration, the ( first
since the nuclear.,capable weap weapons
ons weapons were 4ititrocluced (into' Korea,
will take place near the Chorwun
Valley .area just soup of stile de,
mi itarized zone.
,The two weapons, both -capable
of firing either ,conventional or
nUclear warheads, were put on
public display when they arrived
!earlier this year bUt this Will be
the first time -they have been
fired in
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CRUISE R HOSTS., ROYALTY,
, mown CARLO, Monace(UP)
, Rainier and..,,Princess
Grace,, of Monaco were guests at
luhch yesterday 'aboard the, U.S.
,cruiser Saleni anchored outside
Monaco harbor. The Salem's Ens
fired 11-11-round saline 'when, the
royal mutt,- mounted the g'ang g'angplank
plank g'angplank from' the ,lanuch 'which car..
ried them from shore, :
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FINE' NAMES FOR FINING'
SIRMINGHAM, Ala.:- (UP)
Fines for speeding were. paid here
by James R. Quick. Col. L. Hasty
and Harold P.,,Early. ,

CAPT. WILLIAM H. RUSSELL, Jr,' (right), exicutive officer' of
the, 549th MP.. Company, Port Gulick, receives his ct,iptain's
bars from Lt. Col. Robert' 1-1.' Townsend, Fort Gulick deputy
post commander. The presentation was made during a Bur- -:-
prise ceremony receiving confirmation of hls promotion t3
, captain. (U.S.' Army Photo) - '

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dodged question
i wouid run for
, presidential not
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' the recession i
, .. projects as sci
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' istration, did ''n
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conference in
. ' Wednesday,
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rived here by p
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, opening of the
- authority office,
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. , cent unemploys
1' I worker was vet
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,, houses, we in ti
' expected to fil
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said. (,
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' : .covery po' Mimeo
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, in savings over
1, five months.
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' to cOmbat the
, slim , ,
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1. flow of technoli
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t ', ', lie r'said he 1
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celebrate yesterday'S 60th emit. - '',' .., , , se .1 ;
sthileatchdieef ver. sary of the. declaratfon r.of thd if A'-'1..,-...-::. '''. '11...,..,. ..'4.' ''',., -".', '.
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., ''LNDON (UP)--Gov. Robert B, ', , 4 , 4 , dropped 200 fire extinguishing velopment ol spate weapons hiust vi, maTrehrewel, -athi iv eStPe raaamen's
said the 50,000 vets are the re. ' i' ''' - , 1 .,
,-,.' Meyner of New Jersey said yes. 0-4-,.....-.-. .. ., u I'. ..,.., ,... ttskne yrio,rity, over.,space explore explore'
' explore' '' ''' msearvinead
''' bombs over a moustain area ',in
int '0139e2,000waroweritynicsepmnetill. wThhoe i g, ,
terday ,' he considered a tax cut 1 I 0 1 1 Nr, li. f ob northern Formosa yesterday in a
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and welfare measures tools of desperate attempt ,to halt one of :
approximate Age of these vets is
1 ', "last resort't to tight the recee. LI LE Imulf) 1 9.,: : the worst forest fires bi, the is. M j Gen Bernard A.' Schreiver ) ',it S lilt I N I' DANOR
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, ',.. Rion in the United States. 4 ,.., ',, land's history, , , tooladene Hronunsleemcsomnmie ftatevenresdtudnyrineng
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aperensarnecoeinvofingsogmove. ,.. : ' ' til t t,' .. , ; .
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.. The governor, who artfully -., r- -J, r-- 1. Three thousand Men,, includini f
dodged questiQns on whether. he ,, r) ;ft ,W, .. .7 i I ., -, a hundred boys from Aborigine lion ofPa civilian, space agency to
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1. wouid run for the Democratic ,, ,,, ) . , tribes, climbed tortuous' moil!). Dandle, space resenaracshs hicahs SWV110 .tIFICAZ. AQRADASLE t I, t ,,
' presidential nomination 'in 1960, MOVIES,TELEVISION ,, some persons might 1 ify f il ,,.,.. i.,,,Iii,., ,.., s..,,,, 1 f ,, , -, ,,, ,
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calving government compense. .,'' c.-H,,, I, qv, I ' ', an effective '
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''--. by Erskine Johnson .' I
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"the taxpaer ,will pay 'a double , ,' , ': ..',?, el the Public itzalti; .:'
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bill and. you will .move .' more '' WITH U.S. lst CORPS, Korea -?-.
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. tiOnal Advisory Committee,: on the Honest John Rocket,',the 1st ,,.x,ne,. ,m77,77.74011,...,.0";,0 trade mark' la your guarantee -6
Aeronautics, the government's top Corps annotinced ? yesterday. 4'-'-' :,' ', ''.-'. .: ' - ;.-
, : aviation research' arm,' the nu- '' The f,demonstration, the ( first :, .... .of quality ,' pro,ducts at money-saving prices. ,.
. :. : cleus of the new space agenc. since the nuclear-capable ? weep- ,?.., f' ",'.. ?, :".' : ', , '
' SchrelYer disci.osed that the Ah'' one were ,ititroduced ,,,into"- Korea, ,-, t ' , ,,
Force planned to begin long-range will take place near the Chorwun .! ,,,' k ;,.. ". i',, ?, :,- ,,,, ..',.. ., I. 2 '.' '. '.',,' :
test firings of its intercontinental Valley .area just south,of stile de,
: ballistic missiles (ICBM) within mi itarized zone. :, ,..,,,-r; ,. ,,, :, , '. ," '4'' 4 i 4 t' t ?
eight months."; -.., -.'. ', ', ,, t ,The two weapons,' both :-Capable -I- .,,. ,.. -. ,. t ,, ,- -,.., ., :.,- i ,, ;, ') .' '',.. '
He said ICBM's have)ieen fired of firing either ,conventional or ,s- ' -' ,l- ' ,, ...Y., t .' ''' ''' '''
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in4onlY short-range test flights SQ nUclear warheads, were:, put, on .'.'it .. '-.? 1' -: ,' : 0- ..,?': ''' '
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." ....-.., get more than 5,000 miles away. the first time -thej.' have been '' f,'
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trOM I Dr.-Stanislaug Ulamt who helpedi y I
I Urea a-71-rouno salute wneuk,tne 1 11 z,y, ,::;
I all figured out e, 4, m nt d the- gang r I 0,,e 1,, 7 I
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from the back tees at the tough age of dirty T-shirts and. motor- nroSe: you haven't got a chance as , ' ,' 1 '' ' .. - '1.;.:,...---.:-LW .77,---1"-'4'""''''''''''"w;"---; 7-'4;', II ',
Riviera Country Club course' de- , , ...,, .. 5... I. ,,,,,,00iwovoloo4441444144,510foo,00mo,domil qo o 4
cycle jackets,' It'S a whole new an actor." v ; - , 4.1 ,o
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spite three four-putt greens. breed of cats. li you. don't know The words gave the preview au-
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"But since I've been in Roily. the ibtricacies of it near, psycho, dience such a happy feeling there ., HE Sim v I FIGS i BAN IC t,,, ., Se,417 v ,.., ---
wood," Jeanne winked, "I've learn schizoid -personality, andhow to was loud applause. And I do , ' 8 ;1 , l',. 4 ; 1 ? ..4 ' t itt o : ,,,t 4.4, l
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TO OUR ADVERTISERS - $ famed 'TRACTION HI-MILER le de'-
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TIIE PANAMA' AMERICAN has'establohed a special
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STEP UP PRODUCTION
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tomatic automatic transmission plant here
and plans to recall ,100 workers
In the plant-
Get ready for it teal ,troad
Just add I heaping teaspoons
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' ,A i ". "' ,....':, :,., ,:',2.;:...g.i':;:, ) nama,"' Plotnikolf w
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PRESIDENT AND MR& DE LA GUARDIA, Ja.
HONOR 'PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA
The pesident of PariaMA and Mrs. Erndsto de ,larGuar ,larGuar-
- ,larGuar- dia, Jr., ni be hosts at a reception this evening at 8 o'clock
- in the Union Club honoring the President-elect of Costa
Rica and Mrs. Mario Echandi, who arrive,d today for a two twoday
day twoday official visit in Tanams,

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JunlirSenier' banquet
gore than 3.1u weathers of the
Junior Senior ClcAUVa UL
hoe rtign Sodom atituueu au,.
Dual Junior.,bentor natiquet Avntee
was hekt last .hign; at. tut eon.
AMAMI' 041cers wed meak.
Atte. DAWN desiguateu, -opt
ration. delicious'', leatured
ture sputniks as tame uecorations.
The menu was In Itussian using
Latin letters. r
- W. 1.',ollinge, assistant 'suPer.
Intendent of t,sual hone', helium
was the guest speaker. body lous.
sien was chairman of the, ban.
-quet committee. A ,,t
leth Anniversary of bolters 141-
Independence I Ile
le Ile De footod At El ..lianame
,,I.The Jewish,. tommetnities of ,Pa,
namt have tame menwers ot
their codgregations and ;sienna to
attend a gala party lomorrow
1 ing at 3 p.m.at Panama nil,
ton in honor of Israel's 10th 'aa,
niversary, ,
The groups ,participating. in tht
celebration are Kol Shearitb,
neficencia Israelite of Panama
Shevat Achim, the Sisterhoods of
1 various congregations, Waal
t rith and others.
wil be' climaxed by'
a' dance to be beld by the young
pfople at the Club del -Mar at
Alex Pletnikett Leaving 4
Alet Plotnikoff, lonLtime resid.
ent of Panama, leaves on Ti esday
for Chicago for, a new job with
Weco Products.
, During the year. he lived In Pa:
nama, Plotnikolf was active with
the Canal Zone Theatre Guild. He
will be travelling to South Arnett.
ca after a lhort orientation course
with, his new firm, and expects
to step off in Panama frequently.
,His wife and baby daughter, will
leave with, hint on Tuesday., His
parents remain in Panama.
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Mrs., Paley' Returns Home
Mrs. Elmer J.,'Farley leave
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sailingi of twelve passeigir ships tn
'York, New Orleans,los Angeles, San' Francisco
and Seattle. -..

SPECIAL, ROUND TRIP 'PASSENGER FARES FROM
, CRISTOBAL, ANDOR BALBOA: f
- Ts, ew !ark and e urn
-To Los-Angeles and San Francisco and
Returnhtg trent Les Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return S365.00 :

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today to retun to her home in
iNew Jersey after vending three
week3 with her sonanlaw and
daughter Mr. bnd Mrs. Guy M.
Newland,: and their family in
Campo Alegre
Mrs. Newland entertained at a
colree time of her mother yes.
terday morning at the Fort Ama.
dor Officers' Open Mess. There
were approximately ,30 guests..
Cecktailltuffet :
Mr. and Mrs. Don Stoops enter,
tained ,at a cocktallutet last
evening. in their La Crest& home.
Approximately 40 guests were pre
Fort Clayton NCO
Club ', f
A program' of 'alnusing and in
teresting games was the highlight
of the ,Ft. Clayton NCO Wives'
C ub social .meeting Tuesday
vening. Hostesses for die evening
were Mesdames Ingo Capos, Tru.
dy; Dykhuis,'Enia Forkas, Rowe.,
na Scott led Virginia Whaler,
1 Two guests Mrs. Rita Monaco
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1 and Mrs. Sadie Webber, were wel
corned to the club. The retiring
rpogram director, Mrs- Pat Swan.,
son. was thanked by the presid president,
ent, president, MrS. Esther Moore, for -a ye,.
ry splendid aerie of entertaining
and enjoyable programs during
her term of office.
Cut glowers of tea roses and red
carnations in attractive bowls
were given for a number of prizes
for the various games- Prizes for
thi, pole elimination contest
were, won by Julia Browing and
Maty Rine, and JeakMappin and
Florence Ryan.
The rpize for the identification
of embers baby :pictures Wall won
by Mrs. Virginia Dorsett and
rpize consisted of. a beautiful wo
ven basket of assorted fruit and
nuts; The prize 'for the funniest
costume worn by a member of
'IP' Club' was von by the siamase
,twins Mrs. Helen Shannon- and
Jean eollins and consisted of large
houquets of flowers- in bowls.
1:traiie se' rv' ice' done 1;eforc
inuck more for grinding scored
ev'tn docto' r bills.:
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Americans' throughout the world
will cooperate in programs observ
ing the first annual Law Day ;11.
S.A.; May 1.
Locally. CM radio and ,T)
win present a report segment on
'the May 1Panorama show. A.
panel of local military and civi.
han law enforcers and defenders
will .appear on the program with,
Panorama master of ceremonies,
SP3 Joe Daly.
' The pane will include Rowland
K. Hazard, Canal Zone 1.1.S. dis district
trict district attorney: Col.' Joseph R.
Walton, USARCARIB prov st
marshal; Col. Thomas J. Hender.
son, of the USARCARB Judge
Advocate Section and Dwight Mc.
Kabney, secretary lof tlie Canal
Zone Bar Association. b,
bypothetical ease, based on
fact, will be presented to the pan panel.
el. panel. They will take the case from
the crinif. committed and the ap.'
prehension ol the buspect through
the processes of democratic law,
cognizant of his rights under the
1U.S. Constitution and the Bill of
Rights,- to his trial, appeals and
other trials to the ultimate deici deicision
sion deicision of his innocence ot
In addition, a demonstration of
Icriminal investigation processes
available to law enforcers, which
will include fingerprinting, photo.'
graphic processes and the lie de.
tector,- will be given nn the pro..
gram.
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Established by President Eisen.
bower a proclamtion Law Day
is designed io director public at attention
tention attention to the importance ofJaw
in our personal, national and lb.
ternational
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The President said that this
.day of national dedication
to the PrlociPle, of government
and laws would ,afford tis an op,
portunity to better cnderstand and
appreciate the manifold virtues of
such a government and to locus
attention of the world upon us,"
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will 'present a. special radio irk
gram, 'The Lady from PhiladeL
phia," from 2 to 3 p.m. Monday.
The' boadetst, which tells the
stay of Varian Anderson's con
eert tour of Asia, features Pres'.
dent Eisenhower and comments.
tor Edward R.,.Muvow, in addl.
tion to the famous contralto solq.
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Canal Zone Chapter
Airbortio Association
A meeting o: the .Clinal Zone,
Chapter of the Airborne Associa.'
tion will be held at 7:30 p.m. Mon.
day in the:Fort Kobbe NCO Cluij.
dicers for the coming term will
be elected and another highligitt
of the evening will be the recog.
talon of retiring airbone otkicials,
many of whom will depart the
command within the next few
' For the convenience of Mem.
bers stationed on the At'antic side,
a bus will leave from C Company
lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry at
Fort Gulick, at p.m. Return
transportation Will be provided.
Major Michael C. Chester, tom.
manding o.ficer of the Jungle War.
fare Training Center is to be the
eveing's speaker. tie. will discuss
activities of the i'arnous 82nd Air Airborne
borne Airborne Division. t
The local airborne chapter was
formed in conjunction with the
International Airborne Associa.
tion, Inc.,' and had its Inception
in the Canal Zone in February of
last year.' -
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The next meeting of the Fort
Clayton NCO Wives Club wM be
held May in the 'Ft. Clayton
NCO' Open Mess.-
lAWC Hospitality Committee
The Hospitality Committee of
the Inter.American Women's Club
will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. at
the home' of Mrs. J.4.- Vella,
rino, 26, Calle 44 in Panama.
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WASHINGTON (1,11')--Metribers
of the House Space Committee
served notice yes.erday that they
may try to heel up President EL
senuower's proposed civilian
spae agency to 'give it top gov government
ernment government status.
They made, their position cleat"
in sharply disagreeing with Cid Cid,ord,
,ord, Cid,ord, Furnas,, former Assistant
1Defense, Secretary or 4 Research
Ind, ..Divelopment, ; over the
powers to be given the proposed
National Aeronautics and Snane,
Agency,,
Fumes brought protests .from1
both Republican and Democrat
id committee members -when be
charpeterized the agency as just
an expansion -of the present l'sla l'slational
tional l'slational Advisory '-.Committee, for
Aeronautics.
House Democratic leader John
W. McCormack, committee chair.
malt, and Rep. Gordon L. McCook,
ough (R Calif.) said -.the. new
agency should haye power 'over
all government civilian 8138C8 ae.
tivities, They 6said it might farm
out projects to such other agen.
eies as the Weather Bureau.
W., C. Pickering, director 44 the
Army's jet propulsion laboratory
at Berkeley, Calif., told ,the con
mittee-- that ,"scientific interest
should ,'be gives high priority, in
space, 'exploration, He said mil.
itary "applications "would 'follow
ouickly upon co'mpletion, of glen.
tine objectives."
Committee c-,couhsel Gebrge J.
Feldman said be orethe hearing
Mit the committee was Seriously
considering putting; the ',proposed

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L''AS EGA:D:Te' vada,','i.pr4
---- NevaaLlicinsed
gamblers -who,: hold interests In
plash new HaVant casinos.. today
were ordered tct pull out of Cuba
or get out. of Nevada.
,The state'slate Tag Commission,
charged 'with Policing s Nevada's
multimillion dollar ligalized gam.
industry,, unanimously a.,
dopteri the ,,Gaming 'Control
Board's recommendation within
Fix minutes after it : was submit,
!led, ,
Tile two.page report and rec.
ommendation
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14Lchrtse Af,as ,Vegas)., liceolloee
who- hold, interests in' legall'ild
glitebling Outt'Ae the state of Ne.
vada. shou14 Ate instructed'im.
metnately to inform the Gaming
Control Board and the Tax CATITI
Of the corlieet posetble
ttete 'by evhichthov ten IOWA
their bfleittece affaire in, order to
diveet, themselves of eviler. their
ftlifeitim teterests Or their Nevada
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The, boar& awaro of OP inernel
Cuban conflict, said. fiThe''
tlemPnt in Cobs, molly of
them -Inclidibte to hold Nevada
licensee. has become an issue be.
DUKE ORDERS MURAL ,
, LONDON (up):-Th Duki. of
Edionlrejil hag .commissioned
list Felix Topelski to paint a 128.
foot.tone toftrql of the coronation
of Queen Elizabeth, the Duke's
wife. The mural. in' two narta,
will go on the wall of a Buck.
inehant Palace gallery when it Is
completed in about six months.
ELECTIONS CAUSE RIOTS
KARACHI. Pakistan (UP)--One
nerson was,killed and at least 30
injured yesterday in cla'hes be.
tween police and rioters during
municipal eleittnns. Police were
forced to nen fire to disperse un.
roly,mobs in four different wards.
The elections involved the 02
seats on the Karachi mtmicipal
CorPorstion. t
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spate Agency under a three.man
board instead of the single di direetor
reetor direetor recommended by Fresident
Eisenhower.
The chairman of the boar d
would be a member of the policy.,
drafting National Security COU13
'cll. Feldman said the commission
p an would give tLe space agency
the statute of the Atomic Energy
Commision, "only bigger."
McCormatk and other commit.
tee members- replied with vigor
to what the& a'pparently consider.
ed Furnast downgrading of t h e
space agency. McCormack snap.,
ped that the former defense oL,
tidal did "tot seem to "t kink
much of this new agency".
Rep. B, F., Sisk tp-Calif.)4sald
the House committee,. Which hat
been holding hearings on SPate
problems for about two weeks,
was. "just spinning Its wheels" if
the new agency was only going
to be an enlargment, of the ad.
visory committee for aeronautics.
Furnas, now chancellor of Bd.
University,Ansisted it would
be a mistake to bind ell astrono..
mical research to the advisory
committee.,. McCormack replied
that "if we're going to establish
an agebcy we ought to-give them
something' to do.'
, The problem will get a further
airing when the Senate Space Com.
mittee opens its hearitga. Senate
Deutocratic '11 eade r, Ly,ndon R,
Johnson (Tes.),, committee their,.
man, announced. the,.; hearings
would open May 8 with testimony
, the Advisory
,committee tor aeronautics. 'N
,revolutionar'y parties,. awl
the Cuban governmere, lending to
.the situation anAnternational as aspect
pect aspect and repercussions here,"7,)
There also Wil$ 11 reference to
eastern hoodlums involved In Cu.
ban gambling, The board pointed
to "the okrepeated criticisms ,of
national' racketeering syndicates,
which, by'l virtue of the factors
developing in Cuba,,nove takes
an, international aspect and
Plies that Nevada represents a
1
1 hub.in this alleged nefarious ,net,,
The renort also stressed the 'un 'uncertain
certain 'uncertain status of Nevada's,legol
bamglinv in view of federal ert
ticism. It said, "Nevada, 'which
has ,altaadv been end it; Under
fire,' cannot' tand Idly by when
liNtnseas turticinate in activitiea,
which In any 'way bring notorie,
ty or diser,,dit to Ow state,t!
The bora,' said I's Investigation
di-sclosel 'he followinl Nevada
tensea. ell in Las Vega, present.
lv hold interests:in Cuban
nos:
Ito litz; Toni McG n t y,
Morris Klainotan and Wilts r
cloak of the Doprt Inn who pre
leasinor Ake, casinO (managod by
Sam Tookerl of the Hotol
nal, onerated by a Pon,American
AirwaYs afeillate: Flifford Jones,
onerathil in coniunctinn wi'h n'b.
e-s irt the Hilton HASal en a 1,,aaa
of whiell Ike holds30 per cent..
Tti Abrams and men Sieffel nf
the Sands Hotel, who are in 'the
Raven. lifvf,,r aa invegtora s slang
lang slang with Sack Davies of the Ere.
mo"f.
The board added Edward, Lavin.
son of the Fremont in Las Vegas
set up the Havana Riviera cast
no on 0 contract basis but is now
'separated from' the venture. :
rrlitztitt-Ittit Tke0
1-ijoolf4 1;ontil;
To Entcr
The Harold 'Skettt 'Pinata tor
Christ Cri Isade successfully comj
pleted its,tirst week with,. many
persons making d e c i's ions tor
Christ. ,
Thp meetins, which were held
last week in Chorrillo and Gam..
boa, will' eo tinue Monday
through Wednesday in ?rids Alt
tht Bethel Mission Church.
A Capacity crowdis anticipated
at the Bethel Mission Church
next week when Evangelist Skeete
ivill again preach in his passion passionate.
ate. passionate. and appealing manner.
The ehOir. under the direction
o' James Taylor, soloist Albert
Lowe anti the King's Four will
be heard in special numbers.
-The sonr leader will be Herman
Ne'son.
A special invitation is extend,ed
Ito ,the ,

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boring, you owe him the Courtel
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, ,Meteorologists said t!,e mud was,
caused by rain fair,ng throm71
layers of windswept dust trout
Africa. Hundreds of pedes'rians
and thousands of cars were catiOdi
in it.
The'ltalian national committee
for nuclear research 'analyzed
samnies and .s2id the,mud showed
an "appreciable th-,ree of radio,.
activitywhich could be absorbed
by living organisms." Thq corn',
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Sunday School 1:30 am.
Morning Worship "...do...4, 10:45 141
Baptist Training Union 8;30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service 1;30 pm.
Prayer Meeting. ,Wedneaday. 1:00 pm
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MOrnink W orship '4, I, 1,0,? 11;00 am
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Svenine Worship 1:45 p.m.
Brotherhood. Tuasdays 1:00
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Meetings)
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' Captain h Mrs. M. Grant
IS Ithrwir., Street. Pitons: 23-200M
'11:00 ittIhteSP Meeting.
3:00 Sumlay School. ,, it ;".'
,1;30 Salvation- Meeting ',I. 1,r
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Lieutenant neap, Campbell 4
luildinit No 1080. Phone; 1-3111
11;00 ilonnomp Meeting.
, 3:00 Funnel!. School.
1;30 Selvation Meeting
PARAISIJ. Ct.
Savoy & Mr, C. L Moseley
Guiara '
- COO SLIdet School.
11:00 Hilunem Meetina.:
' 3:00 Surday School. or
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Senior Capt. and Mrs. t. Meovisawnly.
littb Street; Phone: 1117434
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takivetiolt 'matting.
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Tbe Rev. Oscar W. Oben, Pellet
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street ',
' Phone 3-W1Church Office 11-323t'?
1:30 is.m. Church School ,- "vie ints
Service.' Classes for all agee.''
10:30 Sal. Worship Service Vh
llgostn4ed Session for Nuraery.'Sinder Nuraery.'Sinder,
, Nuraery.'Sinder, garten and Printery Depts. Church
time Nurom for children under a yrs.
1:00 pm. Jtmlor High fellowship
Post High Fellowship. t
' 1100 P.m. Senior Higivtallowship. ;,.
1.30 pat. Svening Seryice.
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The Rev. Rat M. Blakely Minister ,-,
Telephone, 5-35a
Church School. with Adult 11 I b IS
Chin. 11,45.
Service of Worship. 11:00. ,r
, Youth Fellowship. 1:45.
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MAROARITA
Margarita Ave.) and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore 11C Franklin Paster
Phones: Office.' 3-2843.,,See.,3-411
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11.444 e.m. Church School. Sus service.
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11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.. -'"
!Sumer for infanta and small
siren.; , :;
1:00 p.m. Junfor Fellowship. )
1:15 pm Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule el auxiliary ne.
tivities t and official Otetinm es an-pounced
from week to week.
GAMTIOAT )
, Rev., Walker M. Aiderten, Pastor :
Ofr 1-470 'Rea 4-130 ,
1'30 am Sunday School,.
10'40 e.m. Morning Worshirr.'
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11:00 Hilimese Meetins.'
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, As a pa,t',ic service. The Panama Antorican 1;,,i's holey. Ito slanonii.
Rations. notices of hours of worship end ',er t; In 111CtiVitiS
, Lita,tings are rotated from time to r havtrl only
writ or two canonisations tiro listed und,a ChurAos StrEF-cos"
A special listing is incluslost for strokes et vry pistil,' Alt forts haus
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Sunoat, Maxim: I:00. II60. IQ tiO atnil
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Hoiy Day Manor SM. S:00, 1143 cm
and 3.00
Contessitum. Saturday. 11:30 11:00
And 7:00 to 8:00 pm Thursda7, htors
trult Friday. 7:00 to II:a OJTIL
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:00 pa
on Slondays, 1
Catechism clasp efts ape s:40 man
nElfguIrgicYboot Study Clu6 4:34 11:012
Wednesday , ,
SACSED 717,41TAliettai
Swiday Massie; 1.6a, 7:30 ik 0:30 6.6
Moly Di II massou Si53 6 0, 46,1 COO
Conteestonai Saturday 1:30 to 6:00 and
7:75 to p m. Tbutothay Infers, First
Friday i:01.) p m.
Sacred Heart Cierotionat 7:00 11.11.. tot
rridays
Calechisna Clam: 1:71 tat 4:46 pa. op
Dila LADT OP VATIMiCerundlo t I
StindllY MON et S.00 a at 's '
Holy Day Mass at 1140 p.ta.,,
Conraildons: e:00 to 11:40 toms on.Set
tar- Cdaalochlans Closet Satursta' Y $31.41 ie
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ST.'JOSSP11.--taralso --
. Sunday Masse at 1:00 and 1:111 0.at,
Holy Day Masa at $:09 win .. N
Weekday Masses: :00 a.m. '7 ''
Confessions: SaturdaY 110 isi 430 and
11:30 to 7;30 i ,
Catschlarn Ciamti Sunday 11:00 to 0:90
Mitaculoua 'Modal .110vonll l!OS Win
on Friday( ,, 1 ,
Convert Instructional illturaday 1;00
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Sunday Masses) 6:00 and 11:30 a.m.
' Holy Day Masses: S:30 and 11:00
(It falls on Saturday the Massed ere
COS end $130 cid '
Conteasions: Saturdly SAO te S:00 one
1100 10 S:00 0.nt Tituradeva beers 'trot
friday 7:30 p.m ,
'Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta.
0011t4 of the Cress: friday 7:10
Catechism Chou Mier I:30 masa be
Sunday , s t trbursdav
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Convert Clam. 0:80 ltia.'Tuesday' Sad
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Sunday, Mani &SO m.
Holy Day Mass. COO cria III It Stitt
on Saturdaya:3D cm. I
Catschism Claw 320 to COD 0 to on
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A Sunday Masses 11:30 and 4:30 vow
Week Days Most 4:30 Mon Thum,
04. and Sat FirmFriday mass: COO a m
Holy Dav Maisiest 4:00 am.' to COO
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Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 1;00 to
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Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m On atindi30
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Sunday Mat's': 3:00 SM..
Holy Day ,Masa: 5:80 ;
' Contemions: Saturdat S:30 to,I:30 p.01
Thursday peer first Friday 41;30 p.m..
Catechism Mast 3:15 p.m 'en Sundstl.
Sacred Heart tiovonst 1:00 pm& on
Convert Clam: 11:30 p.m. en thuradaY
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- ST JOSEPH'SCollin
Sunday Masses: 6:45, 8;00 arid II:11 ctn.
Holy Day Manses II:45 and 4:00 ii.m;
and 5:45 Pm. '
Confossions: Saturday 4:00 to 4:00 anti
7:00 to 8:00 p
Miraculous Medai Novena: Wednesday
4:15 and 7:00 p.m,
Satrod Heart Novanai friday T:16 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class;,7:18 0.m. en Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class! Sunday 10:11 a.m. to
11:46 cm. 8:00 p.m, to 4;00 p.m.
first Friday...,Exposition if Most Lew
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 4;30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotiom hi our Lady
of FatimaThe Holy Rosary-4:00 a.m
First Communion Bistructions for
dren Mondays' and Thursdays 4:00 ta
1:00 0.1n,
'MIRA,CULOUS MEDAI,Crietabil
Sunday MagSII: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 Sart
HWY DAY Masses: 6:00. e:00 a.m. psi
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Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to I:00 anti
7:00 to COO pm, After Rosary each lava lavairaculouti
iraculouti lavairaculouti eclat, Novena: CIS and
7:00 p.m. on Monday. ,
Catechises Clams Attar 8;06 Masa ell
Sunday.
First Frldst EsPoPiflon ak Surint
the School Year. k ,
First Saturday' Mass 'at 6;00 ,,
noLi FAKIR CHURCH is Margarita
Sunday Manse: 7:30. CM, 11:50 a tu
First Saturday Mass: 6,00 am
Weekday Masses z S:00 a.m.
Salurday 7:00 p In. to 11:00 p.m
Stiraculoul Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Mitoses: I:30 a.m. 6:15 p.m.
Confession 8:45 Wm. to 4:46 Pat
very Monday
,,Parish Familf Rosary and
Benediction 1;00 p.m
, every Wedneiday.
Discussion inquiry Group 1:311
ovei7 Friday.
1st, Friday Devotions: 0.6 I:00 P.In
lat.t Saturday, Devotions 7:00 p.m,
ST. VINCINTS-4tainbew -City
liunday Manama: 640 am, and CIO
Holy Pay liateeet COO sat, and S:110
COntellinnti: 'COO to 1:00 and WO to
1,:00 n.rn Saturday. '
Catechism Closet leAlt a nic 4m Sunday
Convert Clase7-4ivery Monday et COO
Illractdoua IOW? tiaven'at.attle
Sacred Heart' rovenat 1:1)0 gab' de
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Sundae Mass: 1:15 am
Holy Day Maw: 5:00 atm. e
urCdaoyn.ters, ions: I.30 to 7:00 Ote.:oe,Sat Ote.:oe,SatCatoihiers
Catoihiers Ote.:oe,SatCatoihiers Clasi 4:00 to on Moneta:,
OUlt LADS OP GOOD COUNSIIL
' Sunday Mamas: 7:00 and 11:30 ca.
' Holy Day Mast: COO lassgnst 11;00
Contebstons Saturday at 1:00 Pl.: 'tad
dter all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment,),.
Miraculous Medal bimetal 1:00 Pa.
on Tuesday ,
Sacred Haar! Novena, 1:00 0.0 ee
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Rii.iday School: 3:00 pm on Sundae,
' Religious Instruction Claes tor
drent COO p.m on Inureney.
Religious Instmetion tor adults (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted in Spanish): 7:00 pin on Mon Mon,
, Mon, Convert Instructions by appointment.

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SUNDAYS ' ,
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103S cm. Church School (Holy COM,
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9;30 a.m. Santa communion. trd 000.,
Escuela Dominican! 1:10
WOO a.nt Mornint Prayor Inn 01'
MOM Hely COMMUMOri 1St 00000,7
1:00 P.m., !Evening Alerwiclo
WitilhaiDAYS A.
cab aro. Holy Communion.'
7:00 nes. tvenirip. Prayer-.
HOLY DAYS ,
11:00 Ain Conuntinion..
tile et toi tioly Communion. -x
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family Prayer end,: :;
' Church School 1140 am
(Also IRO Communion In'a.
Sunday- each month. n A
Morning Prayer tat Sermed 11.00 am
WEDNKSDAYS ,
way Communion 1:00 Lai
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, Chapel at The Good 1111,ffilera
, The Bey Clarence W losys4
- Meat le Charge,
fRIDAYS ,' ,"
S:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
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The Svc 4folte Spear, Pried is Charge
SUNDAYS 7
Choral Sucharist and
mon v.' t, 1:00 cm
Church School ;.., .d. 3:00 o m
Episcopal young 64;urcluteen COO o m
Evan:long and 6111000 :00 pan
MONDAYS. TVUDAY4e3 z,
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Morning Prayer Pip birdy'
Conununion. 4... COO I nt
Evening Prayer ,; 4 It p
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Morning Prayer ,,.,..',' OM cm
tootling Prayer 1;00 p.m
SATURDAYS '
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Orsica.pf Comnlinev kytt444 LeiP Pia
sr. peter Church r
the Re,: JAN Spear. Pried ;Ale 9terge
Morning Prayer and Church
School 14...,". g:00 CM.
Confirmationt Clam, o 0:00 JIM
Chorak Eucharist ang
.. 10:24 Cos
' Holy Baptism i 13:00 moon
Evensong and Addram .4., 7;30 OM
3rd MONDAYS ,,
Woman's Auxiliary 7 MO Om
THURSDAYS or ?EAST. DAYS
' 7101Y Communion ,t-i, 1:00 cis
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Chapel of tho Holy-Comforter,
Von. L S. Shirley, plait in Charm
THURSDAYS 4
11;30 a m Holy Communion.'
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MARGARITA
Church of St. Marprot
' Emave and Brazos Blvd.
Tho Rev. Jaffa It. Emir, Sector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
Lid am Morning Prayou and
1, i' Church School,
i1:00,a.m., Choral tUtharisil.
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THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
, 11:30 alit Holy ,,Coonntunion.
- !FERMIN)
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, The Rev. Allan' R. WOW.
Priest he Charge
Rev. David A Osbornat,
Vicar Essaitittia. ,
SUNDAY, ,.
S:00 Lim Chorat tuchirist Is Santo)
CIO 11.1 Inisnr laptiam
Etill on:. Church School t
!hind to Suildina 131),
gin fat Youth ralloviship
.1m Evimsong and Addrom
Ind and dth WEDNESDAYS
LSO p in Woman a Auxiliary and Al.
tar Guild Matting. ,
PANAMA CITY
, & Panro Chinch .,
rks Ten. Leninist Shirts, 'Rector
The MP! Intl; it beans
SUNDAYL -
6:00 MIL Holy Conannelall
11.60 am Sung Eucharist Sermon
10:45 a ot Morning Prays" and Church
' School ".
1E00 ricer tiny baptism -,
, t'00 thin Solana rompers
TUESDAYS
SAO crri Moly Communion -''"
plit Evening Prayer and Simon
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WEDNESDAYS '
COO a ea Moly -Communise
--I:00 Svoning Prayer
L'HURSDAYS AND PRIDAYS ,"
11:30 I m 41ole Conunimims
HOLY DAYS 1, "..
II:00 4.1.. Holy ,CommuMco.
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CHRIST CHURCH ST-THIE-SIA :
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(Opposite Hotti .washinglanl
Tits Rev. J.PVIOS foto' Palmer .04clair
,Yhe Aosta 46 Blake, hummant
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l:00 MAL P01), CODIMUntallt,
1:30 a.m. Mtorning Prayer.
1:00 a.m. Choral rucharlse SMUG
10:31 a.m. Choreal Seheol..
720 p.m Solemn reasons' 'ast41 Se Se,
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1:00 SJA Holy Communioat.; :
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
1;00 p.m. IvenIng Prayer. r
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1:00 CM. Rely Commlmlost.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer,.
720 p.m. Lveniat Pray? oat Srmon.
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, 9:00 ANL, Chi Wren's Luehar'iat. ...-' le
II:00 pat. lvesing PraYEN, ' '
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5'.00 1).M. rAttning Prayer.
1.30 rm. Comnims and Motillailow
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tog Iry Cm Ittwo W huge,
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SUNDAYS t
I ti Cri Holy Corrununlon.
7 z..0 am Sons Sucharot end &met,
1140 am Itiorrang Proyst and Church'
School.
12'00 606ft boly Baptivm.
10 pm Svonsour and Immo&
DAYS
140 am 1st arid act Woman's Atud.
TUrqDAYS
40 Dat e I. blUghtill Oi tIW
King.
710' p Youtb rellowship.
Wrt)NAnDAYS
a t.0 m Holy Conmuftion.'
1 00 am tvening Prayer ond Religious
Insulactions.
THURSDAYS
Imo p.m Girls' friendly goeloty.-
11.00 p.m 1st and Sr& Singleton&
SATURDAYS
9:10 Junihr Confirraation Clam
Oth:t Churchn
CHURCH (01P THI NAZARENE
, frangipani SI., Sown C,Z
, Sett. Linser 0 'Nelsen. Paster
Sex 291 Balboa. C.Z. 3-2601
, Sunday School 1:43 cm
orshin Service 10:411 m
Youth Service 1:43 m
Evangelistic Service 1'30 e-ni
Prayer, Service Wed- 1:31 p m
, METHODIST
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panami Wesley.
" ,10:30 Stmday School.
' 7:15 pm. Evangelical Service
, and Sermon, ,
Sunlity, 7 ;Alocals
," 10 cm. Farah Sunday School
' 1:1S p.M. Pantile' Evangelical
CBURCIII 019Illit NAZARENE :
4 Margarita School Gymnasium.
, Pastor italph L Ilysong
". ,Write: Box 6019 Margarita. CZ.
Phone: S-1513
Sunday School .. CM a ro.
Morning Worship 11:00 o.m
k Evening Bowies 4 t s v ito '; ;10 p m
NATIONAL EArrIST
Pinata 11.14 23rd -Street Laid
' Soy b N Brown, bilintatc
,131Vine Worship ,...4 .. .. a:30 am
, Sunday. School 31:00
Sunday .. L.1:41 11:M
: ' Ale Abide.
alm141:1Chn4d 9:00 p.m.
' 4: .Jiiirt)4E'll WITNLSika
Maelings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and'
Sundry! at 4:06 pm Wire Memorial
104 Raltr.c Road Balboa
CRUMB OF JESUS CIRRIS'P OF
,-' LATTER OAS SAINTS. (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School; Sunday-10TO am.
, Sacrament Meiling. Sunday 4.00 p.m.
: Relied Society. Tuesday 9'00 11,m. 1
MIA. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 1
Primary: Thuraday 4.00
Telaphono. Balboa 4221.
, Atlantic Branch 4.
Building SOO, Schoolhouse Soot Gatun
, Sunday' School; Sunday 11:30 a m..
Sacrament Meeting; SullaY 11;00 m
411111NDU nurrEstANT COURCB.
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"A'W' "11 rt d Ch
arm Ca e tire
- Hilton if, Leidig., Minister a,
'Phone Res 88-7116 to Of. 83-5105
-Sunday' School .. 11:30
(A class tor every age;
Morning Worship 11:00 cm
Youth rellowsh.p a coo Dm,
rev ening 1N, o '7.00 p m
, Prayer and Praise (Wed 7;00 p.m
A church pursey in provided.
OLIN CACHOLit
ai St Raphael fist Arekanlei
13th St Weal No
Poly tucharist Sunda, a 120 cm.
Tuesday. ,Wedoteadeve end liniredeno
01:80
Sacrament 'Pt 'Unction Medina bet
viesi First Suede, of eseb mon
Mogan libet Chrionte Church
Panama R P
in T aones I) Aluthog Aluthog'
' Aluthog' officiating
Morning devotion .... .6 8:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 la,m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
DiVind Service doge 7:30 p.m.
',SAKAI'S CENTER
54 rim Street
Urbanizacito El Carmen. Panami City
uiiormai Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 6 t.8 ;00 oak ,,
- Colon, lith de 'Frani Streets
(upstairs, itinoricall lerintri
totudY Ciamel......Thuredava. I:30 p.m
7, -', RIMEL MISSION CISURCIS
Espalatta St., Para's CZ.
Eel( Waidaba II Steuart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 ern Worship Semis'.
1:00 P.M. Sunday Schaal.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young PwrplesSociety
Wednesday: 720 Mid-week ,Clirititino
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choi.; Rehearsal.
Friday: 728 Women,a Missionary So--
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- TRI CHURCH OP GOD
t 'New Providence
Min Maeda line Pintos
School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 6.6 11.00 Cm.
Night Service 7:39 p.m.
' riltsT CHURCH OP CAD
Cer. Jamaica and Trinidad Ilia.
Rainbow Citr. Canal Zone ;
Roe. Wm, Livinpton. Postai:
' 'THE CHURCH OP GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colts
ter. G. W. Grandison. Pastor
Sunday School 0:30 him
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Sitht Sorriest t. 116 0.M.
Monting Worship 910
Sunday School 10:30 nt
Night girtiell es v., ..... g 7:30 p.m
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, C1111201 OP GOD Rio Abele
Monte scut, St.
itav. WEL 16 Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schott 9:30 cm.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service I, 1:30 p.m.
.C1113111C11 OP 000 (Penteceetall,
,' Rev,. 11. it Watson. Overseer
'Phone 11-4211. Rot 253. Gamboa
Chinches &I Pants, C.Z.,(Rev. and
Ilre Merman G. Whyte). R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorenrol. Rio Abain
(Rev. and Mr& Charlet; Marital, ant
Cativi (Ray. and Mrs. Clifford Octavo)
Sunday and washdays serviem et all
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comintirry CHAPZI,
' Diablo Ha Ights, C Z.
(near Diablo Imhof)
, Soo. Cori Y. Thomoson rdinishit
r, Sow a Diablo Height(
Idookk Gamboa II
. Chorea Salim 4211
Sunday School 10:00 CM.
Womb 10 Seri1M 11:dd a.m.
, Youth Servico .... 710 pm.
tvangelistio Soml.ce 1:30 am
s Wednesday: Bible Stu.dy
and Prayor' Service 110 11.m'
lice:ran
BEEDSMEll LUTHERAN! CRUMB 4
italbou Road at Wight Street
Sew., Robert S. Gussirk, Perk
10.O Box 466. Balboa
Stutday School. Minis ciao, COS Cik
biota, Service te:13
Ro: Communion. line Sunday' tog the
At leant Bide t
tormor chapel of Our SaViouiX' rads radsoeoal
oeoal radsoeoal oiusoel 3rd St. mod Me litndoi Ave.
New Cristobal.
Mr. ammo N. 'Dontwir,
Sunday Sibool.. Bible clam 11:00 1.1S,
Divine Service 10:15,
R017 Communion. last11119417 et ths

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, 464,,maal Servie Fruaay 130 p.ia Saturn,
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Sunday 21:00 cut. Wednesdoiy 0.0.
Posts', and Bases:.
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FORT AMAD014
Sunday School 11-04.
Morning Worship Nut
Churchtims Nursery School 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
121) 1.:00
Morning Worship 010:31.
Thursday Evening MidWeek
SUNS CS 4 ee A" 1;30
" Youth fellowshipunia; 4310
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FORT KOBER
Sunday School ' 9:00
Morning Worship 10.30
Evening Worship 1110
Worship Ssrvice. Madden Wye 1310
Worship Service, Rio Hato 115
.Christian, Youth fellowship 1;00
Soldier's FellowshipThura. 1:00
Officer'. Christian Union-rThurs 11:01
ALBROOE AIR ICORCIt HASS
"'Sunday School 9:34
Adult Bible Chiss (NCO Club1., 9;35
Morning Worshifi 1:30 & 10.43
Youth sellowship 6:30
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t; S. NAVIttL' STATION; Rodman
.'Sunday School 11;31,
-Morning Worship 11U
1:10,1 Communion ;fir;li Sunday
Month?
16th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
, Mornmg Worship 9:05
(Holy Communion'first Sunday
of Month,.
Naval Radit, 'Station, Summh 6:00
Catholle
VORT AMADOR
Daily Mass .. 1:30
Sunday Masses T:01 & 6:30
' Confeasiona Saturday 6:30. ea
Sunda? Lsoii.i I:00 41 11:24
OR1 cLATori''
:Daily Masai
Sunday Masses ... ...1:45 & 1.ta.
Conleistiotu-Saturd'ai 621 it 6;11
,,ORT 'BOSSE
Daily Man- ,.....1 ... .. .... 4:1$
Saturday Masses
Sunday Mamma oe .4 11:.0
Monday Novena' Devotions
ConfessionsSaturday', 6;00 & I :be
010ZAI.,
SUn5la, Mau 10 :30
11LBROOK AIR FORCI.BASI.
Daily MISS c, ,4 o,o ..
Saturday Mass ... . 1:0o
, Sunday Masses 4.0 145 12 AO
Spanidt
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Confonsions-Saturday,, 11:4v
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Sunday .51am 1;30
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Sunday SchoolBidg. 253 .0:00
Morning Worship 10;3v
Prayer FellowshipBldg., 253,
Tuesday ..,, 3:00
KYB11.WednestilyPost :haps' 0:3v,
Choir Practice, Wednesday
P03. Chapel 7:301
FORT GULICK
Sunday School' .......... 3:70
Morning Worship .. 10:45
, Youth Fellowship.' iunday
' Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
'Ladies Chanstv lat Thurs 1:30
O.S. NAVAL STATION. Chet) Sole
Sunday School ..... 9:31
Morning Warship r 11;00
lioly Communion First fluriday
of Month I
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FORT DAVIS '
DailY Mass o 1:00
S0000). MI" 1. :30
Confessions; Saturday I:0o
Sunday 3;45
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FORT GULICK '
I.Dally Mass st:00
: Saturday Mau .,t. 7:03
' Sunday Masses 7:41 41 10:15
' Confessions, Sat;;;day .01:00 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Masa .. 4:00
, Saturday Marl 8 26
Sunday Maw 0:00
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Sunday Mao t.
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Tuesday ... lag
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Greek Orthodoi services are conduct.
ed ,et the Church of the Anunc lotion.
Via Sellout Potreo. San Francisco de
la- Collets, rename City. -1114 end at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenida
Melendes. Colon, LP.. on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays et For further information,
call the .01fice et the Army Cho Plain
82-3111. -
leventh Dal
Advaitui
Weakly Sorvical all church,
as fallowas
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SATORDAiti
tabbeth. Scheel 11;30re.m.
mute Service A1:00 am. :
outh'it Meeting 4:30, pra. :
IVIDNSADATt
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Sib's Study and Prayer' Service
7:30 p.m. s
Pacific Side ?Mint
Pastor AV.41. WallerTel. 21-3-3506
Cabo Verde. Ave. J.' IP de le Oesa
No..17 -a Chorrilla- 25th ,No. 27 a Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Abele Ilth Ne. n Gamboa
and liriteles. 2
-Pastor' 0. D. WilliamsTel. 65110
Pastor A. A. Grizzle fl103
IMMO Chiming radii, lide Penang
, Pastor -Norberto Ditiros
, Pitnami.Calle Darin No. 3
Padregal Nuevo Guarara.
Atlantic Bide .z ,
Pastor G. A. JeffriesTel. 311-3231.
Colic 1
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Cristobal SpanishA-16th A Solivu Av,o.
- central Office:
'0344 Gavilan Soad--Tel. 2-1259 At 14531

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mar. Vita Colic .
ot one missile a clay. However,
Clam 9:00 am, -Cristobal Isiglials.olltit di Bolivia Ave. I
it.m. Cristobal Spanisba.16th A Solivu Ave, '.'",..it hal fired three in 0110 day '"""' wit
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ouscusses thely successful suggestions with Pro,ect Paydirt winners Mrs. Florence, B. Featly of :
656 Apt. B Curundu and Raul E. Reid of 2246: Via Espaha, Panama, Both won monetary'
awards for ideas which have resulted in better and faster 'service and have simplified,opera simplified,operations
tions simplified,operations in the Finance and.Accounting Office in Corozal. ,
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ST.,-PETER'S
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Holt .COMMUniOn is listed for
10:30 cm. at St. Peter's church
in La Boci( tomorrow. This will
be a choral, celebratkone marking
the third Sunday aftr Easter
'. The Rev. John Spear, ,priest in
charge,' will officiate and deliver
the sermon.
,
-1Evening prayer which is held
in Pedro Miguel each iocrth Syn.
day will take place there tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evenuig at 6:30 instead of
7:30., $ ,,,,,,), :,
, Thursday being the fest' of St.
PhiliO' and St.' James, hp y cont.
munion will be celebrated in Pedro
Miguel that morning at 9:30 in
lieu of the weekly Friday cele.
bfation.
,"" UNION CHURCH
,
Gamboa :
- Julian S. Hearne, chairthan' of
the commit of the Gamboa Union
Church, has Made an announce,
ment about delegates to the quer.
terly meeting of. the General
Council aC,Gatun foirlorrow, aft
ernoom
This body'ls. Composed of min.
isters and lay delegales, front the
four constituent congretations of
Halboa, Gatun, Gamboo and Mar.
garl'a. The meeting will receive
reperts from the ministers, review
the treasurer's aceounts and gatit.
er field reports from standing com
mitles, It also will act upon cities
tions and problems of commie'
intf,ree, such- okft, certain ovine
ty holdings and the general budg
et. 'PIP itatter includes o-m e
eight or teri;.rnissionary projects
which 'have' Soecirr sone0 ,for
many Members',.An the local
chtirches'.
1 The quarterly session .will 'be
C,t?!Iti.oler'',q"'7,9p1
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is't....mbi::,M0fid!iii..:',
The "Cooperativa de Constimo
Pan Pm,0, R. It., "will b Old its
fourth generalassembly meeting
on Monday, at 7:30 p.m. at the
Sojourners Hall (upstairs the Apo.,
lo Theater,
',11sin features' of the agenda
will be the election of four,inerft four,inerftbers
bers four,inerftbers .to ,lhe ',board of directors
and two members to the 'super.,
visory 'commi;teer also a report
from the bbard of directors on
the ,operalion of the, cooperative
enteririces for the commercial
Yttr tPtling Jan. ,14,'1958, and.4
brief treatise' on; enonerativistn.
Alt members and friends ale'
invited. to Attiqnd this important
meeting. ,',
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!BUSY, BUSYabe stepped.
up SCIIIS Of America's space
program is now evident at
Cape Canaveral, Fla, where
these five missiles are scheduled
to be fired to rapid order in the
near future. The huge test cen center
ter center has s normal firing routine
o. one missile a day. However,
7it has fired three in ons day

' ST., PETER'S called tO oraer at 2:30 p.m, in
, Gatun Union Church by Ipresideni
'' Li Boca Harnett.,
' Morning worship in Gamboa U.,

" UNION CHURCH
. Gamboa ; :

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called th oraer at 2:30 p.m, in
Gatun Union Church by Ipresideut
Harnett., k ;' -
- Morning worship in Gamboa 11,.
nion Church will he marked by
the presence in the -chancel of a
choir newly formed. The leader.
ship of this choir has added dig,
nity and interst to the service of
praiscon recent Sunday mornings.
te minister's message will usc0
-.ea theme, !'Strength to Serve."
4 The Sunday School wiU meet
at. the regular hour of 9:30 cm.
The council of orlicers and teach,
ers will hold its monthly. meeting
on Monday evening..
100F Moke's'Plans
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For Garden Party,
At,Agewood Bohio
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All members of the Independ- 1
ent Order of Odd Fellow s,
MINS, are asked to attend a
meeting of the finance committee
which will be held, in the Man,
chester Unit Lodge flail Calido
nia) Tuesday,i at 7:30 pm4 the
pyrnose of finalizing -details in
connection with a Garden ,Party
to be held at the Agewood
hio, Seurday, May 3. ,)
Tickets are available from 'mem
'),rs of -the Orderi but may also
be purchased at the entrance.
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, ..1,14. i ,-, l 1 Ceueitied Risen Coming Again
, biumaluipeomt t. Lieten to "Manna .1,1 The hintiOns"
guenoosoF, Dap?, 7 9:00 a.st,711010 ii
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What Ails The. Youth Of The Land ?"
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The crime report of 195,7 indicates that the increasek7
is becauseof the crimes of youth. The Bible has et
'answer to this: so. also does,the hymnal. Seven of
the great hymns of the church we're written bY,,,
youth under 25 years of age. These youth hymns
have thesanswer to crime.'
9:30SUNDAY "SCHOOL (Claes for all' ages)
Ovet 40 teachera provide enough classes for person person.,
., person., alized instruction in God's word., When: slosr, in an
, undiscfplined crowd it's hard IA ,the heart" to be,
tobched by the Lord. Try our Sunday Schpol tor
' ful spiritfilled Bible teaching. ;, ,,i,
-6:30BAPTIST 'rRAININO 'UNION
We learn by,doingPtit Bible truth into-tpractical
bur !Training Union; r :
4:'da's Limits'On Centutering Space'!::
Man' in, other itges has tried ,,to, invade' Ood's ttrer-,.
rogativwill he succeed this time?,,This is, a larat';',
4 universe and in it man haa hia,,PlacePild:w11,1 Pot,
he priced in His Dian& i ,, ---
IVE11110NE' WitCOME, ,'1VIIRSERF':ritOVIDED,

1 I the grest hymns 'of the church we're written ov,
youth under 25 years of age. These youth hymns
have thesanswer to crime.'

I 1 alized Instruction in God's word., When: slOst-, In
I 1 undiseiblined crowd it'a hard for the heart to be I

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9:30SUNDAY' SCHOOL (Classes-tor All Ages)
We Would- not think of not:giving our children a public
education:, But there are thousands of religious illiterate.
God holdsieverr 'parent responsible. Gur BstS, Or teach
faithfully eternar.yalues in a hanging world. '
I I :00,"Tlit CONTINUALLY' SINNINO CHRISTIAN"
-What excuse trcry0ii 'make for igur, sinning? Ls this sin sin,
, sin, ning to be the norm' of Christian living? What is the Bit
answer? You wil; Iind.real, help in Y011i Sliristian

Come.

1:00-;-Jet padets & Hi School,.
C0mbat deilnquencY. SUPPort tlie work. of Christ,

700--"GREIVE NOT,THE HOLY SPIRIT" ,' v '44
The 2rd bl a series on tbe "Person and Wovk of tile, Holy,
Spirit." How much to 'yeti 'know 'about the 'Holy
One :reason' for ,clefeat is the Ignorance, about tba.
Spirit as a 'person. yew yewNIJZSERIT'
NIJZSERIT' yewNIJZSERIT' -L. EVANGELICAL ;---
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today"in rdealtoday"in lighting spirit." '
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Bruce, 36, a : Fresno Calif., or.'
chestra leader, were 'injured late
Monday when their light plane
crashed 11 miles south of Ore In,
Malheur National Forest. :
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to Spokane, Wash. :
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frozen lake a 'quarter of a, mile:
from the crash scene -.Thursday'
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after her husband staggered to a
ranch house -and asked for help. :
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Search 'for his wife, but collapsed:
from 't eshaustion.7 However,
gime description of the scene
and short'y after a state Aero-
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Monzant Hurls Four-Hitter
As 'Frisco Moires Into Lead,

' Bill Rigney's astonishing mix
) ture of untried rookies I and
ereaky veterans soared into first
place in the National ,League
last night when they beat the
Chicago Cubk 2-0, behind Ra Ra-
- Ra- mon Monzant's four-hit pitch pitch'Lug.
'Lug. pitch'Lug. The Dodgers, meanwhile,
"" escaped falling into the cellar
-, when they beat the St.:" Louis
- Cardinals, 5-3, before- a crowd of
' 60,635 that set league night
game record.
' San Francisco manager Bill
Rigney is unlikelY to repeat Bill
,- Terry's famous question of some
20 years agoand how it came
back to haunt himlbut he has
' a right to tell the experts they
, were all wrong again. For these
", same Gittlita who lead the league
today were chosen almost -maul'
Mously to finish in the second
division. and were ,picked lut in
some qUarters. ,,
.0 It was a night of surprises' all
; around as the. Baldmore Orioles
"-,," scored two runs in the ninth to
beat the New York Yankees,: 2-
, I,- the Cleveland Indians made it
three out of four against the De De:
: De: troit Tigers with. a 12-2 triumph
and Bob Rush, 27-24 lifetime n
gainst the Philadelphia Phillies,
bested Robin Roberts 'to give the,
.1111waukee Braves a 4-0 decision.'
The Chicago White Sot heat
; the Kansas Ciy Athletics 0-5,
in 12 innings to end
" game losing streak, the Wash-.
ington Senators defeated the
Boston Red Sox,- 2-0, and the
Pittsburgh Piraes scored a 4-3
victory over the Cincinnati
Redlegs in other major league 1
activity.' .:". '."1
Monzant, a 25-year-old -native
I Maracaibo "firenezuela who
lad n lifetime' 5-8 record in the
, majors before this season; struck,
out seven and did not ,walk a
batter in posting hitt seco'nd win.
The,Olants scored their first run
off Jim Brosnan when. Bob
, Sclunidt tripled and Monzant
singled-1n the third inning and
' added their other run on', singles
by Willie Mays and Hank Sauer
. and a sacrifice (- fly in the
seventh.. "1...4!.:
The huge trowd;et Los Anger
: les. saw Stan Musial smash four
straight hits to ,raise his batting
average to -.553 but that great
performance was not 'enough to
prevent the CardinalS trOM drOp drOp,
, drOp, piig their seventh decision An
nine games, Fred KiPp, aided by
, Ed Roebuck' late-inning,
picked up the win as rookie,
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' The power.packed team from
s Albrook Air Force Base came in
'with a team. total of 1248 yester.
day (April 25) to' wind.up on top
in the 1958 Panama Area Armed
Forces golf championships.,"
The Albrook team posted a to.
. tal of 608 dming the firing at the
Fort Amador course to increase
their margin of victory to 24
strokes over the runnerup Fort
Amador team, which posted a
1272 total..
Airman First Class Edward F.
Wysocki, from Albrook finished au
the tournament medalist,' taking
Individual honors with a 291 Ao.
tal for the 72.hole tournament.
lie fired a pair of 68's at Fort
Amador.' ) il
1 Sebers Schlegel from Fort A.
mador' trailed Wysocki by only
two strokes,when play, began at
Fort Amaft, but came in with
two 73's to finish in the runner.
up slot Ith a 303 total. '
' Private First Class Warren Nes.,
bitt, Fort Robbe, finishod' ) third
with a 310 mark, with Colonel
Cines Perez, Fort Gulickt right
behind kim with a 31L ' ''
Team scores were as follows:
lAlbrook, 1248; Fort Amador, 1272;
Fort Kobbe, 1232;, Fort Clayton,
3303; Army Atlantic, 3334 and the
15th Naval District, 1383. ,
Members of tho winning' AL
brook team are; Cap. Charles
3Cade, Master Sergeant Eugene
Ilicks, Lt. Col. C. A. Babb (team
vaptain), snd krman First Class
Wysocki.
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NEW YORK, April 26(UP)The San Fran-.
cisco Giants can't 'match those huge Los Angeles
" srowds but they're in a position today to repeat one.
' of baseball's most famous questions: 'Are the Dodg Dodgersdstill
ersdstill Dodgersdstill in the league?' '

Norm Larker showed the '' waY
wtih a two-run triple and a key
single. The crowd surpassed the
previous league mark of 51,780
for a night game, set May 27,
1947, in a Dodger-Giant game at
New York, and gave tos Angeles
301,865 total attendance for
seven games this season. --
Pinch-hitter Gene Woodling
doubled home two runs in the
ninth inning to hand ex exYankee
Yankee exYankee teammates their second
straight defeat An error by Gil
McDougald paved the ,way for
the rally after Whitey Ford
pitched four-hit ball for eight
innings. Connie Johnson stopped
the Yankees on five hits for ,his
first victory of the year,
' The Indians, one of the Amet Ametlean
lean Ametlean League's surprise teams, got
six-hit pitching from Ray Nar Narleski
leski Narleski and supported it with 13
blows, Including a grand slam
homer by Mickey Vernon off Jim
Bdnning. Roger Maris, Billy
Harrell, Minnie Mitioso; 'Chico
Carrasquel and Russ Nixon all
had two hits for the
who 'have won three straight
games. , "-
Rush.,making his first start
for the Braves against big
long-time line opponent,
lipped a three-hitter to make
, it a happy 60th birthday tele-,
bration for Milwaukee mana6-
'er Fred Haney. Joe Adcock's
second homer of the year was
the big blow for the Braves
who dealt Robin Roberts his
first loss.
Luis Aparicio's 12th-inning
Single drove in the winning
run for the White Sox- after
they trallied for three runs In
the ninth to produce a 5-5 tie.
Jim 'Rivera, who tied the score
with a two-run single in the
isinth. started the winning ral-,
ly with a single.' :
Pedro Ramos beat the Red Sox
for the' 13th time in, his four fouryear
year fouryear career, striking out ', seven
and, walking four. The Senators
scored both their runs in the
fifth inning On a double by Ed Eddie
die Eddie YOsto a single by Albie Pear-,
son and a double by NOrta Zan Zanthin.
thin. Zanthin. -,,
"- Riberto Clementels ,.thket.-run
homer in the seventh inning' and
Elroy Face's clutch relief pitch pitching
ing pitching in the eighth enabled the Pi,
rates to win two-straight games
for the first time this season.
Vernon Law, 'who hasn't iost to
the Redlegs since 1956, received
-eredit, for the will and Harvey
Haddbt waS charged yith the
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defeat..., t '

All-Star SOO

-
Series next lieek
The 1958 Pacific Softball Leitt Ile
Champions, Abernathy Unisports,
will play a three out ,of five game
series against an all-star team
composed of members of the re
maining three teams in the League
Cerveceria Nacional, Ft, Kobbe,
and Bokel. 4 i ; 01':
Games will b& 'played d ally
Monday, April 28th through Fri
day, May 2d. The' league cham champion
pion champion Abernathy Unisports be
managed by player.manager pin
De La Mater and the All Stars
will be managed and ,coached bY
Sam Catlet, Don Bowen, a $
"Brick" Brickhouse. 1
Probable first game :starting
lineups and utility players for both
teams are as follows:
R. Taht; ss; J.. Malent zb; L.
Jones, cf; A. Plynn, c; M. Wood-1
ruff, rf; L. Hilzinger, p; A. fluster
3b; L. Chance If;' W. Trout lb.
Utility: W. De La Mater, T.
Cheney, B. Dunn, D. Roberto, D,
Johnson, W. R. Taht, asd Vb Hale.
Manager: De. La Mater.

' ALL STARS
E. McArthur If; Ostrei 'cf;
G. Kosk 3b; E. Blog rf; A, Zargon
ss: W. Duerr lb; B. Campbell 2b;
P. Garcia C; M., Lane p.
Utility:, J. Padron, B. ,': Carlin,
H. Durrett, B. Mead, B. Nickish.
er, Loughman.
Managers: S. Catlet, B. Bowen,
and B., Brickhouse.
Games will be Melted tinder
the direction of Mary Metheney
and scorer Henry Clarke, A 1 I
games will start at 4:45 p.m.
REDSKINS SIGN TWO
WASHINGTON (UF') Half.
backs Charles Dupre of Baylor
and Charlie Sanders Of West Tex Texas
as Texas State, recommended by for.
mer Washington star quarterback
Sammy Minh, have signed pro.
fessional football contracts with
tlia Redskins.

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Johnson Gets
Chance to Show
Class Tomorrow

New York featherweight
Prince Johnson, who decision decisioned
ed decisioned ex-bantamweight champion
Melvin Bourne in his local de de'
' de' but two weeks ago, fights Pan.
ama's Interim 126-pound king
Jesus Santamaria tomorrow
night in a. ten-round main
event at the National Gym.
The bout is of special im
portance to the visitor for he
gets alchance to prove his con contention
tention contention that his unimpressive
victory over Bourne 'was i be be'
' be' cause the New Yorker was be beIng
Ing beIng bothered by the record
heat wave that had Isthmians
sweltering recently. ,,'
Johnson, who has been work working
ing working out at the gyM from 12
noon daily, has looked good in
practice sessions and he and
his manager-trainer have said
, that all they ask is that San Santamaria
tamaria Santamaria ,"stand up and light
instead of running like Bourne
did." r
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7 The unbeaten Santainaria,
a- winner of 13 straight- bouts,
is noted for. his scrappy, ag
gressive style. One of his vice'
tortes is a verdict over BOurne.
?Crowd pleasing ,,,bantam ,,,bantam.Weights.Hector
.Weights.Hector ,,,bantam.Weights.Hector Hicks and Roy',
: Thoike swap leatheT in the six sixround
round sixround semifinal.. r
Two four-round Irelimina,,
ries are 'also On Up; v

, JAMAICA, KY. Panmini'
an jockey' Menus' Yale yester yesterday
day yesterday booted home three winners,
including Start Cainting in the
Cunningham Heights Handicap,
at 'Jamaica 'Race Trick,
The three year son of
Count Fleet Ulvira 2nd Stip
sped the M and sixteenth ,In
'the good tithe 0,1:43,25 under
Yzaza's urging to score by sex sex4an
4an sex4an lengths.
The outsider In the three-horse
field, 'Start taunting paid $8.50.
Yzaza, who got his start at Pa.
name's old Juan Franco jaC1
track, Is also scheduled to ride
an oOtsider for Mrs.'tElixabith
Arden Graham In the Kentucky
Derby. next Saturday.z:,,,,,

The U.S. Army Caribbeah Red
team marched off with top lent
els in the 1958 1,1SARCARIB Com.
mend Pistol Matches, which were
held at the Fort Clayton pistol,
range this week, by ,62 points ov,,
er' their nearest rival.. '-
Team runner-up honors went to
the 15th Naval toistric team with
a 994, while the USARCARIB Blue'
team, captured third place ivith a,
979 total.
- In the individual competition Spe
cialist ,Third Class Philip A. M4
Intosh, 534th MP Company, Fort
Clayton, took first place honots by
copping match number 11, the ag.
gregate mitch, with a total of 845.
Chief Gunners, Mate Ivan M.
McKeerl5th Naval District, finish,
ed secohd in the individual match.
es with an 807., Third place went
to Captain Donald G., Barger,.
534th MP Company, Fort Clayton,
with a 799 mark,
.
Specialist McIntosh, tibo quail.
fled as aMaster during the match.
es, also took first place in the Na National
tional National Trophy Match With a 282.
Captain Joseph P. Bednarz, A: Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, 764th AAA Battalion, 5' orl
Gulick, took second with -a 278 and
Chief McKee finished third With a
267 .mark.'-----
Tlie teams fi shed as foliosvs in
match number 1 the team match:
USARCARIB Red, 1058, first; )15th
Naval District, 94, second;- USAR.
CARIB Blue, 979, third; USARC.
ARIB White, 978, fourth; Albrook
AFB, 972, fifth:. Antilles Area, 839,
sixth and Balboa Gun Club, 832,
seventh:.
,
f tth USAR
1 em rs o e winning
CARIB Red team are: Specialist
McIntosh, Captain Bednarz, Spe.
eialist Third Class John A. Trudell
and Sergeant Juan PerezPerez, A
Company, lst Battle Group, 20th
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FOUR CANAL PILOTS who played in the finals of the 'Chrysler Plymouth Brookline Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at Brazos Brook Galt Club. ILeft to right! Captains Jim Wallace, Art Logan, Peter Duncan
and Frank McGilberry.' Wallace and Logan were the victors 2 up although Duncan and McCillber McCillberry
ry McCillberry shot a gross 71, only 2 over par. : '

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' STANDINGS
' Interschelatic Basketball '-
Teams W Pct.
Cristobal High -2 0 1.000
Balboa High 1'1 .500
Junior ,College 0 2 .000
. I Thursday Results
',CH& 57 J.C. 51
Monday night (Margarita
lOym 7 p.m.)
Cristebarliigh vi Athletic MIS
By TREVOR SIMONS
DOO Alexanaer of C,Z. Junior
College staged a one-man attack
against, Cristobal High School,
scoring twothirds of his team's

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Toams W Pct.
San Francisco 7 3 ,700
,
Chicago 2
Milwaukee '''1 '3 .667 12
Cincinnati ' 4 4 .00 2
Piitsburgh ,4 '.444
Los A5ngelos ,1 4 6 .400 3
Philadelphia ?' s 3 5 '.375 3
St. -Louis 2 .7. .222 ;,,412

7 3 300
3 667 t
3 .667 12
' 4 4 .00 '''', 2
, .'.444
4 6 A00 3 -1
, 3 5 .375 3
, 2 .7..222 ;,,412
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- Today's Games'
Philadelphia at Milwaukto
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Chicago at Sap Francisco
St.,,touis at Les Angeles
, : Yosterday'S Results
K. City 000 202 100 000S 7 1
Chicago 200 000 003 001-4 8 1
," Kellne.r, Trucks, Craddock,', (03)
,ind H.' Smith;
0 Wynn, Staley,' Fischer (1-1) and
Lollar, Battey.
Washington -000 020 000-3 7 1
Boston 000 000 000-0 6
Ramoi (2-0) 'and Courtnay.'
Bauman (OM, Wall and Wbito.
' (Night Game)
Now fTork 100 000 000-1 5 ,-1
Baltimore 000 000 002-2 5 1 0
Ford 1..1) and ?Berra.
, C. Johnson (1-11 and Triandos.
(Night Game)
Detroit 000 101 000 2 6 1
Cleveland n.'404 610 01x-12 13 0
Bunning (1-2), MCDermott,

WASHING'rON' (UP) Herman
'Hickman,' the former Yale foot.,
ball, coach Who later became t' a
TV, personality,died here Friday
following an operation for a, stom stomach
ach stomach '
Hitkman, AlLAmerica guard at
'the University of Tennesee in his
playing days, was operated on in
Providence Hospital here four
days ago.'
His wife, Helen; his mother;
David' Driscoll ,of tbe Columbia
Broadcaiting System, and Taots
&tor, New York restaurant own,.
er, were with him when he died.,
Death came about an hour
after Hickman's doctors bad de described
scribed described his condition as "critical"
and said his chances of recuvery
were "poor."'
'Hickman's physican said the-46;
year-old forraer, coach had been
unconscious but-bad rallied long
enough during the morning to
talk to his wife, ,
HiCkma n, a radio and TV
sportscaster after leaving Yale,
underwent the operation on April
21. The doctor said his condition
was Paatisfactory"- until Thursday
night when he developed an
"acute hemorrhage '
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51-point total7 but it wasn't enough
as the Tigers once again --rallied
under the pressure of a close ball
game to edge J.C.1 51 to 51, )
The 'Cristobal Tigers let14 most
of the way but. were never able
to completely shake off4 the pre
sistent challegev of a determined
IC. five, Led by Bill Gibson,. who
once more paced, the Blue and
Gold with another, 21.point effoet,'
Cristobal clung to's narrow twk
point margin, 12 to 10, at the end
of the -first quarter.. t
! Both- teams fought evenly for'
13 points hi the second period, with
Alexander accounting for 1 of
J.C.'s 13 ,as; the 'half ended 25 to
23 in favoe,of C,I1S, Both quintests

AMERICAN L.EAGLIE
- WI Pct. GB
New' York , 3 ,.700 --
Washington ", S 3 .625 1
Kansas City. 4 600 I'
Detroit 6 5 ;545 112
Cleveland 6 5' .545 '" 112
Baltimore 4 .444 ,',112
Chicagol 1 3 7 .300 4
Boston.; fl 8 '175 ki 412
,
, To ay s ames
- Kansai City at Chicago Pr,
Detroit at Cleveland -'
Washington at Boston
New York at Biltimore
,Y;storday's Results
s (Night Game)
Pittsburgh ,, 000 001 300-4 9 0
Cincinnati '4,, 010 000 020-3 7
Lawi (1.1),' Face 'anti Pones.
(1,1), Schmidt and Bei.

gruirro, Prink and Hogan.
Narloski (2.1) and plixaq.

(Night Gitmol ""
kliadelphia 000 000 000-0 3 1
Milwaukee 001 001 11x-4 9 0
Roberts and ',Lopata.
Rush (1.1 and Crandall. ,
St.' Louis 3, Los hngeles
(Night Gams).

1..ouii 3,
(Night Gams)..:
I
Chiiago
(Night Garro);..;.

n Francisco' 2

Hickman entered the hosprta
March 28 after being stricken
with, ',the ulcer at nearby La
Plata, Md. He was on his way
to a working vacation in riorida
lwhere he planned.to write articles
on college spring football and
baseball practice for at, sports
,magazine. ,
The colorful Heitman, 'a 'jovial
300-pounder, was born in lohnson
City, Tenn., On OCL 1,, 1911. He
was graduated from the Univer University
sity University of gennessee in 1932 after
starring 4,11 the Volsl,, gtid team.
After graduation, be playedAro.,,
fessional football for two years.
- He later served as assistant
coach' at Wake North
Carolina ,tate, and.; West Point.
He went to 1(ale from Army in
1948. He served as head coach' of
the Elis for four years.
After leaving Yale itt 1952, Hick Hickman
man Hickman concentrated on his radio
and television shows in ,which he
was the star performer. He also
way the autor of "Ther Herman
Hickman Reader7 which was
published in 1953.
.-In-recnt-years,---Hiekmaiv and
his wife made their home i
wo&thrid9A. Cona,

battled back and forth, -exchanging
, one-point leads no less than
four times during the third n.anza,
with College ma...pointing .Cristobal
1-11 to 11, to lead at the end of
wet quarter hy- a13d to 37 count..
The close' battle .raged through.
out half of the 'last quarter with
Gibson, Kintland and Boseman
tindincthe range for the Tigers;
'but it was DOrl Alexander alone
vvho kept the College quintet in
the thick 'of the hattle," scoring
all of 4.C.'s ,13,points fluring that
As the game were ink; the dos
ing'seconds, the ,Tiger attack rimy
ed out to a six point ,advantage
which 1,they held, for a 57 to 51
victory. to Move one game
out in' front for a 57 to 51 win.
'Junior Colleges, game effort to
break, intoli the t win column was
hindered considerably mid., ..way
'through the third !Never when
Jim Selby left the game on five
fouls andithey woud up the final
seconds of play without the ser-,
vices of Cody, another first string stringer.
er. stringer. Cristobal's 'George Kirkland,
who wag secende highest 'scorer
for the night 'with 10 poirits,'. was'
banished late in the fourth quart.
er 'on five fouls'twoo and team
Captain Wendy Sasso was sidelin.
ed moat of the game after having
four fouls trickly ',called On him
duringl the', firs thalt
' A At. Plays C.H.S: Monday'
The 1Balboa Athletic Club will
come to the Atlantic side MOnday
to take on the, pace-setting, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Tigers at Margarita at
p.m. They will be tackling 'a conZ
fidept Tiger five, fresh from two
thrilling, victoHes against Balboa,
and J.C. the Athletic Club are win
leg 'against Balboa but have one
Victory over Jr. College en their
record. 'Against- them will be the
second ,.highest scorer ,in the
league. Bill Gibson, who has rack
ed up 42 points in rgarnes to put
him second only to .1.C,'s Don A.
lexander who leads the loop with
54.' A preliminary game featuring
Cristnirl's Frpshmaa ream it,
gainst the Junior Varsity will be.
,The box scor I
, CRISTOBAL HIGH
' FS FS PF TP
Sasso' A 2 0 4,4
Dabon 1 6 0 8
nibson 10 2 21
Boseman k 1 5
Chin ', 1 4 1 2 9
Kirkland , '3 4 5 10'
Humphrey .0 0 1 0

bnidc

Cody .;' ,.'"
Selby ,'
. Spurtok
Alexander
(Bauman ,: :
Arango
McMath
Wright :

Total' 2i 15 15 57
JUNIOR COLLEGE
, FG FS PF
COdy 2 S 4
Selby ,,' ,'3 3 5'. 9
. Spurtok - 1022
Alexander 13 8 2 34
Bauman ,: : ' 1 0 3 2
Arango 0 0 5 0
McMath ",,. 0 0, 0 0
Wright 0 0 ,0 0

Totals :( 7 20 11.22 SI

Iten,tuelty,Der

Report on the Candidates
,, ? 4 1
Plion won the Blue Grass
Stakes at Kegneland.,Warren G,
flamingo, Can Trust, Sir: Ruler,
Dragon Hill Country
and Count de' Blanc all Derby
candidatesfinished behind Plion
in that order. T- ,

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Tim Tam Worked six furlongs
over a muddy track in 1:14 35
at Churchill Downs.' The Calumet
Firm colt was clocked in :24 for
the first quarter and :48 4.5 for
thes half. t,
Nadir worked a mile over a
sloppy track at Keeneland in 1:41
2.5, then galloped ,an extra fur furlong.
long. furlong. Ills fractious, 'were 124 r 25,
:48 1.5, and 1:14 ,3.5.
Other Keeneland workouts--
llillsdale worked a mile in, 1:51,
Benedict worked Jive furlongs in
1:00 45A and Belleau Chief
worked five furlongs in 1:04.

" By TiEVOR SIMONS 4
The first round of the Interschol
astic basketball season is behind
us and this column's prediction
of a Cristobal championship is
standing up well with the Tigers
pacing the Pack with two wips
and no losses., ,

b 01

iditor: 60NRADO SA

, In a poll taken recently of thirty
five 'who are' well aquainted with
local bowling, only one boWler was
unamidusly picked on every ballot
and that, honor and distinction
went to Robert., J. 3aker, better
known as Bud,
' Over the course-of years, iBud
has collected many honors and he
has enough trophies to ,open a
store. In his Man years of bowl.
ing, Buf; has rolled. that perfect
game, of which bowlers dream.
He has competed in the ABC tour tourneys
neys tourneys in the states and year in
and year out has one of the best
composite averages in the Canal
Zone. ,
Rolling in three leigues this 'sea 'season,
son, 'season, he had 199 average in the
toughest of all leagues the Clas Classics.
sics. Classics. He WM the highest average
in the IVIajor League with a 196.
Bud is one- of ihose bowlers, who
despite the way the pin fall, does
nott come up with' What would be
considered a bad game., His "Pad"
series would bearound the 550
mark.' , 4
Next in the sefection was the
genial Bill Coffey, who finished
two votes behind Bud 1Balcer. Al Although
though Although Bill has never hit that 300
game,. he has had numerous.'700
series, same as Balcer.
',The other three bowlers round-.
ing out the AILIsthmian were Car Carmen
men Carmen Cascio of Albrook Air Force
Base,, Earl Best of Curundu, and
Pene Damian of Panama.
.0n the runnerup All-Isthmian
team is an aggragation that on
good nights could give the first
group a run lor the money, name namely,
ly, namely, Bob Toland of Balboa, Chuck
Almeda of Fort Clayton, DiekolIo DiekolIogan
gan DiekolIogan of Cleich Cleichman
man Cleichman 0 Panama, and Ed Kunkel
of - 'I

er t'iachcg
uti

ear

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But Cristobal's road to the
league lead has been a rough
and rocky one with a pair of
hairsaising thrillers, the 'most ex exciting
citing exciting of which was their narrow
63 to 60 win over the Bulldogs on
Tuesday night when the 'Trgers
had. to come from far behind to
overtake Balboa in the fading
minutes of the game.'
The' fact' is that the 'first round
has left no conclusive marks
and even the underdog J.C.,' five,
short as they are of capable tal talent,
ent, talent, could turn thelide of battle.
The story of the Balboa defeat
at the hands .of Cristobal can be
told in very few words. The Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs pushed the panic button just
a little, too soon and that prema.
ture alarm cost theiri a victory
over CHS. '
, Leading most of the, way, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa still bad mhat amounted to
a comfortable five,point margin
with less than two minutes left to
pay. The brand of ball display displayed
ed displayed in those final two minutes
would belie the fact that ,the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs had a lead and would .have
been justified only if thev had
been on the short end of t h e
Having used all their timeouts
i
early in the game and-unable to
sacrifice a technical four for the
purpose of settling down with an
extra time out, they' fell vktims
to an insnired Tiger ,drive that
might well have been the 'begin,
ping of Cristobal's return to Ca:
nal Zone baaketball suriremaey.
, Junior College looked halpless a against
gainst against Balboa in the season open opent,0
t,0 opent,0 er, bnt came to Margarita gym
on ,Thursdav night determin d to
show, the Tigers that they w r e
not being counted out of the race.
Their effort was a' game one'and
they fell short by six noints' only
after repeatedly throwing scares
into the favored Cristobal tiiiintet,
. But coach Brown's admirable
efforts to retain his basketball
championshin with the services of
only one comnetent 'basketball
-player 'cannot- help WO' m e et,
with .defeat,: .,'-'0,' 'I' t
.
"Doti Alexandero, with 20 points
against la3alboa and a ono man
war against Cristobal ,Avith 34
points, easily paces the4 league.'
His sharo.shooting from all points
on the floor against Cristobal 00
Thursdly right wog the onlv ma
son why Junior College made a
fight out of it. Without Alexander'
J.C. has 'nothing, but ,, Thursday
night's exhibition W3 convincing
enough that the J.C. star e a n
carry the, team and Is tot to be
overlooked.' 7 '
Balboa's Bulldogs ba-Vii an even
balance of scoring power a n d
are by no, means underdogs in
the 1958 cage race. Raul. Barba BarbarA
rA BarbarA ji thofr big gen on the offense.
This lad hits consistently and is
never far off even when his shots
miss.' Roy Culbreth has a repeet.
able 36 noint total for two games.
but Balboa's No. 2 poinLmaker
after Barbara is thiry' Alexander,
younger brother of Don from J.
, ,
' Cristobal's suecess Story has

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been the scoring of 1B.Ily Gibson
and rebounding by John Roseman.
Gibson has a total of 4.1 points.
second highest lin the leag in, but
though Boseman's value not
show up in the- box scores, it is
seldom that a missed shot does'
not find this little fighter otiel
out-jumping the bigger ca,.-ieN to
give Cristobal's scorers another
crack at th basket.
Cristobal actually has more bal.-.,"
ance than does the Bullflo,s with
good taleht awaiting the call.
from the bench. Ronald Chin was -4
called upon to, replace Sasso:1;
Thursday night when the tiler
captain had four fouls,' and re. s
flace him he did.' Chin racked (un,
a total of nine 'points in his short ,
tenure of duty. Don PlirnnyeY
sees -plenty of action for Cri lo.
bal tOn and tho,uth his sea.on
tal will not seriously threaten
ny of the high scorers in the
league, his scrappy play and ball.
stealino will prove invaluabl, to '',
Paul Moser's drive 'for a has..
kethall nennant. -
The second round of a schedut,
ed three will onen Balboa 'on
Tuesflay bioht with the Polyo.ls
and Green Devitt meeting for the-'1',,
second time.
Balboa's 61 to 44 night w I 4
the Bullepas and Green' Devils
meetilig for the second time.
B,alboa's 61 to, 44 win in the
season onener lihs imnreaced ev...
eryone but .J.C. and the lat'er re .1
Mains confident, that th,
ball chamnienship for ipci is .nt.
an ,imnesaihil41,""vecinite Mt) 0149
plated against .them.i., ,,
ulerrfoPrbIll'coknyletba9stilnPi:h'itnnatic4:th:::7-im:
rita when MO, n'itArct lAv'f h i
wares on'the likes of 'the, Aff,)1,1.2
tie Club, At.' hes the e4"e ''14
exnerla,nce but falls short, la,'
PoNitinAitlq riffsner'rrient ,,,011:011 I,
the 'reason Why this enhiron lt,t.tg., 7,
rr;.nh,1 nnint f;vnr44.- 10
scorithele third conseAtilre win.'

By HENRY CLARK ",
, Fine I Second Half Standing'
Teams -,,, 1 L
Abernathy ,Unisport ,12 4 ',,773,
Cerveceria Nacional 11 5 .861
Ft-. Kobbe He. Co. 9 7 .563
FL Clayton Lavaliers x 4 12
X Withdrew ,, ;
Unisportors Win Socond Half
., And Championship
-The '58 pacific Softball season '-
,came to a close on Wednesday
as the Abernathy Unispert sotto a
team managed by Bill de La -4
Mater, defeated, Bokel in the.
season's last contest el the regu..
lar 80 game schedule. ',',
Wednesday's win made the VII.:
sporters the olicial champions 'as
they also topped the five team
league in the first half as last ,-
year's champions, Cerveceria Na.,
cienal ran close second behind :
the Unisporters in both the lirst
and second halves.
Second division kquadt,' FL
Kobbe Hq. Ce. lst Battle 4 Group,
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers and Bekel
nine- (Bowen-Kelleher) pia ye d---.!
slow kut impressive ball through- ,,,
out the entire season. Although
withdrawing' in the,- last two ,,,'
weeks, thoughts were on the Ft-'''
Clayton Cavaliers to come, through
with an -upset second hall, victorY
over the four teams as they, came,
up with a rookie to the league,' r
Carl Ausmus who' masterly exhi ;.
bited, fine control en his pitches
and 'made records' in the strike..
out department against the teams.
Cerveceria Nacional wasn't elf.'
minated from the' second h a I f
rae until' yesterday's game was
ever ,Abernathy Unisport deleaL
ed the Beermen' on Monday, &to,. '''
2 with Hilzinger over McNair Lane.
This win made the Unisporters
one-half kame ahead and a set., ; 1
back to Bokel would have creitt.'
ed a twoway tie. ,,,'
' Manger De La Mater returned' 1, .;
With Lou Hilzinger on the mound
against the Bokel nine and Hugh
Durrett, ,the pitcher that have re ,;t
ceived many heart-breakers. ,The l
game's final. score was Lto.2.
With a one-run lead in the first
back to the' third, Bokel hopel
were high but, Hilzinger aided
his cause ashe stole home .to tie
the game at one run and that' '-
was ,the break for the -Unison.
erS: 41 L
' Five( consecikive basesen.balis
as Durrett lost control, heleed
Abernathy ,, to, the extent that
three ,big tuns came- across the .,
plate without a hit. The 58 cham. 1,,
pions were limited tb five hits,
two doub'e' and three singles.
Brilliant support by the
sporters fielders insured the game
ending championship -feature,. es'
Hilzinger belled the league's ;tin
derdogs, Bekel nine with inside
curveballs. Bpkel's second r ti n
came in the fourth inning on a
walk and single by Durrett along
with Gayer's sacrifice fly.
- Striking out Conover ler ills
third out and the season's; cur--
tain shutter, Hilzinger -was
happiest man en the diamond a.
long with Manager Bill De, La
Mater ;nd sponsor Charles Aber..,4.,,',5,
nathy. : !7,
Thankt on the support received'
during the season should be not,,,
ed to the Umpire-inShiel;
Metbeny, and all the lens w h o'
made it possible for aiwell.play
ad softball atton. -

x- Norm Larker
ad wtill a two-run
'st single. The crov
ue previous league
he for a night ga
a- 1947, in a Dodge
h- New York, and
le, 301,865 total
at seven games thi
Lis Pinch-hitter
of doubled home t'
ht ninth inning t
Yankee teaming
in straight defeat
McDougald 'pav
ae the ,rally aftel
ae pitched four-11
EtS innings. Connie
eY the Yankees on
se first victory of I
se The Indians, c
d- lean League's su
glic-hit pitching
leski and suppe
, blows, including
omer by Mickel
es Bdnning. Hoge
to Harrell, Minnie
Carrasquel and
Ib had two hits fe
e who 'have won
games. ;
1- Rush,,,makin
at, for the Brave
le long-time 11'
P. ,flipped a three
t lit a balmy 60t1
, bration for Mil
'er Fred Haney,
second homer
: the big blow
', who dealt Rol
first loss.
3 Luis L'Aparlcic
;I ; jangle drove
e, run for the W
,they trailled
, the nintb to pi
Jim Rivera, wh
with a two-rir
' minth, started
a ly with a singi,
n.
m PeCIOJtaMOS
for the' 13th ti:
)to
year career, stri
at
A and, walking fol
scored both the
es fifth inning -On
er die YOst, a sing
son and a doubl
.- chin.,-.
"; Riberto, 'Clem
.7; homer in the se'
Elroy Face's clu
at trig in the eight)
to rates to win twe
P- for the first tin
in
Vernon Law,'wl
, the Redlegs sino
edit, for the
h
Haddit waS
defeat. -,!

. 'y -- riatallIA Wi,xo ...a b.,. ....--- Litman, ,, 4 001 I vs washington -, 5 3 62 1
' Milwaukee '''. 0 '3 .667 ,.' 12 Kansa City. 4 4 ....6005 ',11''
. f defeat. t ,
-- -,- ,-, , .,, .... ci.ecinnati ; 4 4 .00 '',' 2 Detroit ,- .' 6 .5 ,'.545 112
ops ;,
'''''' C USArCailly:'
:ops PAA All-Star Softba11,-- ., 4 5 .444 ,'112
,,,, ; : .. Pittsburgh. 41 ,'.444 Vs Cleveland 6 5'''' .545 '" 112
' Pistol 'Matches Los A5ngeles 1 4 6 .400 3 Baltimore
Philadelphia s 3 5 '' 375 3 Ch
nplonship St. touis ' ?- 2 7 :222 ;-' 412 B ictageI '" ". I 3 7 .31X1 4
. Series' Ileillsleek .. .' -
. ,, ., .,, ,,, , , os on. i. , p 8 .275 kg Cis
scked team from The'1958 Patine Softball Leattle The U.S. Army Caribbean Red ; .1 Today's Games ... , Today's Games
ore Base came in champiens, Abernathy Unisports, team marched off with top laur. Philadelohla at Milwaukto - Kansas city at chicage pr, '.,,.
cite' of 1248 yester. game els in the 1958 1,ISARCARIB Com. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati '.." Dotroit at Cleveland -- ',
to' winkup on top will play a three out ,of five
series against an all-star team mand Pistol Matches, which were Chicago at Sim Francisco -, Washington at Boston ,
.1'.'.',, Now York at Baltimore ..
nama Area, Armed composed of members of the re,. held at the Fort 1 Claton Pistol St..,'Louis at Les Angeles
ampionships.," maining three teams in the League ,range this week, by .62 points ov,,, ,,, I -,,, e ,..,:.4. ,I t i ', .....k... :,1 . ,...
team posted a to. Cerveceria Nacional, Ft. Kobbe, er' their nearest rival.. ,-, : '' Yesterday's Results '' ';''',' ,Y;sterday's Results' ',
ig the firing at the and Bokel. ... 0. ,,, ,, 1: 4 Team runner.up honors went to K. City 000 202 100 000-5. 7 1 ,, (Night Game)
!OtirSe to increase Games will b& 'played d a II Y the 15th Naval Distric team with Chicago 200 000 003 001-4 8 1 Pittsburgh 000 001 300-4 9 0
A victory to 24 Monday, April 28th through Fri. a 994, while the USARCARIB Blue Kellne.r, Trucks, craadock,), (OM Cincinnati ,- 4, 010 000 020-3 7 1
,
the runneruO Fort day, May 2d. The' league chem. teim, captured third place ith a,,and H. Smith: , Lbw' (1.1),' Face 'and Foiles.
which posted a pion Abernathy Unisports will be 979 total. ',' ,i , 0 Wynn, Staley; Fischer (1.1) and liaddix (1,1), Schmidt and Bai
' managed by player.manager put , , a 4. Lollar, Battey. , , ., 1...., ,, ,,, 0 ,
t Class Fdward F. De La Mater and the All Stars In the individual competition Spe , .---.' ' ,' ' ..
Mbrook finished au will be managed and .coached by cialist,Third Class Philip A. M4 Washington -000 020 000-4 7 '.. 1 ''' '' , '
t medalist,' taking sam Catlet, Don Bowen, a $ d Intosh, 534th MP Company, Fort Boston 000 000 000-0 6 1 ' '' Night Game) '
es with a 291,4 to. "Brick" Brickhouse; ,' .... Clayton, took first place honots by I Ramoi (2.0) 'and Courtney.,' .. Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 3 1
hole tournament. Probable first game :starting copping match number 11, the ag. Bauman (OM,- Wall and Wilito. milwsokso 001 001 lls-4 9 0
r of 68's at Fort lineups and utility players for both gregate miteh, with a total of 845. , ..-,,-. .. 4. Roberts 14) and ',Lopata.
' teams are as follows: .. Chief Gunners, MateIvan M. (Night Game) ' Rush (1.1) and Crandall.
gel from Fort A. R. Taht; ss; J.. Malent th; L. McKee:15th Naval District, finish, New i'fork ,; 100 000 000-1 5 ,-1 ' --- ,', , :
Wysocki by only Jones, cf; A. Flynn, c; M. Wood. ed secohd in the individual match. Baltimore ', 000 000 002-2 5 1 0 St.' Louis 3, Los Angeles 5
lien play, began at ruff, rf; L. Hilzinger, p; A. Buster es with an 807." Third place went Ford LI) and ?Berra. '
1 (Nightl Game).
out came in with 3b; L. Chance If; W. Trout lb. to Captain Donald G., -.Barger, C. Johnson (1.1) and Triandes. ',"2-'. --'''--- ' ', ',
ash in the runner. Utility: W. De La Mater, F. 534th MP Company, Fort Clayton, , , Chiiago 0,' -San Francisco' 2
303 total. ' Cheney, B. Dunn, D. Roberto, D, with a 789 mark, ', t '' (Night Game) ' (Night Game); ., i ',,',
Class Warren Nes. Johnson, W. R. Taht, asd T'b Hale. ''' '''. -, Detroit ,1 000 101 000-: 2 6 1 .
be, finished', third Manager: De. La Mater. ,s1,,', Specialist McIntosh, tillo quail. Cleveland n 404 610 01x-12 13 0 gruirre, Pre k' si d '' .
irk, with Colonel , . fled, as aMaster during the match. L s co an Hogan
Bunning (1,2), MCDormott, A. Narleski (LI)
'and plizen.
ort Gulick,. g I g b t P.SALL ALL STARS , es, also took first place in the Na.
th a 31L ' ' tional
' ''' E. la Arth If' 'r o t i f fur
ur fur , s re c Trophy Match ith a 282. 2,.. '', : ''. :, I ,: ,, ;
were as follows'. e Captain Joseph P. Bednarz A' Bat
,
Fort Amador 1272' G. Kosk 3b; E. Blog rf; & Zargio;on tery, 764th AAA Battalion, F o r t erman Hicicman'--t After I
. ..5. W Duerr lb; B. Campbell 2 ; Gulick, took second with a 278 and ' Dies
282', Fort Claton
,4.,',, .,,,t; ,,,, 9 P. Garcia C; M.: Lane p. Chi M
ef cKee finished third With a - - ,...... -,
""'""o' e kue -Utility:, J. ,Padron B.1. Carlin
trict, 1383. ,,,, IL, Durrett, B. Mead: B. Nickish'. 26, 7 Innk'''..---,'-,.. -,' ;7'7: ''',','""'. '
t. .. t.- .. "----- --- ---;-':"
the ,..wienlect 1"-- er, Loughman. , '''rh te-'1' 'f iii 'd f II i'
eil ams i e as o osvs n
pera ion or omac ce
re; 1141,. arles Managers: S. Catlet, B. Bowen s
Ftergeant E u g e n e d B.: B kh mate number 1 the team match: ' -,
C. A. Babb (team anG ri'll Velse.ffi t d d USARCARIB Red, 1056, first; ol5th , q --- '"
ames !a o ca e tin er Naval District, 94, second;- USAR. -,. .. .f ".,. -, I ...
iiirman First Class t
he direction of Mary Metheney CARIB BI 979 thrd. USARC WASHING'rON' (UP) Herman I Hickm n t d th' h ''
ell ere t, e, ospdal
, m... s ... Vela f t i llNe..k .,a ..

, ., ..,, ,. ,, s,. , , , skf.: -., anu year out nes one in tne DeSt were high but, Hilzinger aided -,'
ain), and Airman First, Class
- ------ 4 ----- ----- plavat 115bElt:b, Vii, IMPAIR", V Orin,
WASHING'rON (UP) -- Herman Hickman' 'entered the, hospital
the direction of Mary Metheney CARIB Blue 979, third; USARC. Totals '., '..,'..,. s 20 11, 22 it composite averages in the Canal his cause as'he stole home ,to tie
mid' ' and scorer Henry Clarke, A 1 1 'Hickman,' the former Yale foot. March' 28 after : being stricken .., ,
. Zone. the game at one run and t h a t '-
t ARIB White: 978, fourth; Albrook
' '' ', ' '' games will start at 4:45 p.m. AFB 972 fifth; Antilles Area, ea, ball, coach who later became a with. ,the ulcer : at nearby La if i Rolling in three leigues thiesea. was ,the break for the -Unison- 7.
...,........,,...
sixth an realbOk Gnn auk 832, Tv: Perannality,'-died here Friday Plata, Md: He was on his way itentucity;Derb '
y ,, son, he bad 199 average in the ers: ,1 --, , ,. ,-, ,
rive( consectitive' baseson,balis
, REDSKINS SIGN TWO seventh:. .,1 ,.- .,,1,, .,: ; .., '.-, following an operation for a, atom- to a working Vacation in rlorida f. ,, ,, ,' ; .. toughest of all leagues the Cies.
DAYENCANTO35-10 WASHINGTON (UP) -; Half. ,, ... ' 1. !' ach ulcer.'
, t. where he planned.to write articles ; Report on the Candidates ,, sic& He won the highest everage as Durrett lost control, helped
4
Jack !Ammon In ' backs Charles Dupre." of Baylor Members of Zthe winning USA& Hiekman, AILAmerica guara at on college spring football and ,. : , , . , ,, ,.. in the Major League with a 196. Abernathy ,, to. the extent that
wormATIDN mAD BALLO and Charlie Sanders Pt West Tex. ei
,ARIB Red team are: Specialist the University Of Tennesee in his haieball Practice for at, sports rilion wOn the Blue Grass Bud is one, of those bowlers, wile. three ,big funs came, acrosS the .,, it.'
.' R,andolph Scott in; '' as State, recommended by for. McIntosh, Captain Bednarz, See playing days, was operated on in magazine. ,, i ... ,.. , ,
, Stakes at Keeneland. ,Warren JG, despite the way the pin fall, does plate without a hit. The 58 OEM-
. NT TALL TH mer Washington star quarterback eialist Third class John A. Trude Providence HosPital here fOur The colorful. Hickman, a jovial flamingo,. Can Trust, Sir: Ruler, not, tome up with' What would be pions were limited tb five' hits, '-
Ors Megaocope, Its Color)
Sammy Minh, have signed pro. and Sergeant Juan PerezPerez, A days ago. 300-pounder, was born s
in ,Sohn on A Dragon Killer,, Hill Country considered a bad game.,His "had" two double' and three singles. '.
1 th C
fessional football contracts with company, Ist Battle Group, goth His wife, Helen7 h a mo er.l lt1T Tenn., on Oct-, ,, 1911. He and Count de' Blanc all Derby series would hearound the 550 Brilliant support by the Unir,',-
---,.....- tlit Redskins.. , ''' InfantrY r , David' Driscoll,of the Columbia was graduated from theAlniver- candidates-finished behind Plion mark: ' '' sporters fielders insured the game ""
,
.4 4
:' ,:. ,.. ,' ',. '' v ',.2 '' Broadcaiting System, and 'rOota aitY of gennessee' in" 1932 after in ,that order., r.- , Next in the sefection was' the ending championship -feature,. et ,".
, -- Sttor, Nevi York restaurant own. starring .on the Vols1,, gtid team, .,
, -- , ., genial Bill Coffey, who finished Hilzinger belled the reague's ;tin;
, ,
I, i I .' '. ' ',,,ra-- I 1 Death came about en hour fessional football ,for two years. over a muddy track in 1:14 35 though Bill has never hit that 300 curveballs. Bokel's second r ii n -,..
4
I 1 1
' r
I
a 11.1' a a tit I it ,1),-)-- , scribed his condition as "critical" coach- at
7, er, were ,with him when he died: After graduation, he played,,,pro Tim Tam worked' six furlongs twq votes behind 13ud 113a cer. Al- derdogs, 13okel nine with. inside.' '-
,
, after Hickman's doctors had de. He later served as assistant at Churchill Downs.' The Calumet game he has had numerous '700 came in the fourth inning on a
' Wake '' Forel-, '' North Firm colt was clocked in 24 for series' same 'as Bel lk d 1 D tt I
cet. wa an sing e hv urre i ong -.'
- al' I and said his chances of 'recOverY Carolina ,State, and.; West .; Point. the first quarter 'and i48 i,-.5 for ',The' other three bowlers 'round-. with Gayer's saciifice fly. ,, -',
,. .. -, He went to Yale' from Army In the.hall. 1., ..,., ,' t , ,,, .- ing out the All-Isthmian were Car- Striking out Conover for I, II ti,
.
APITOLIO ,:',TIVOL:1,::: VICTOR'SA':, '''' R 1 0 .-;,- were "poor."'
, '1, l 'Hickman's physican said the.48. 1948. He served as head coach of . ,: --r ;., ; men Cascio of Albrook Air Force third out and the season's ; cur. ;"
e"---.---; 20o; 350, e',------ 20e. 15e.'I ,, 35e, t-,..----,--;, 80e. year.old former, coach had been the Elis for four years. ,,-,, , Nadir worked a mile over" a Base,, Earl Best of Curundu, and tain shutter, Hilzinger -was the '-';',
. ..
panish Program' I ELATIGH'rER ON ,, Batma i
a an Rabin' , LO'rTERY NIGH'Il unconscious but lied rallied long After, leaving Yale in 1952, Hick- sloppy track at Keeneland in 't:41 Pepe Damian of Panama. , happiest man on the diamond a. -.,-
enough during the morning to man concentrated on his radio 2.5, then galloped ,an extra fur. ,On the runnerup All-Isthmian long with Manager Bill De, La
GDR 'ix CANELA 10th AVENUE ,- l ., '' si ' '' ''
- 4 Gimp. 7-8 ever Say Goodbye a w .., i
t lk to his ile and television shows in ,which he long. Ills. fractioni,,Vere 124.1.5, team is an aggregation that on Matee end sponsor Charles Aber:. 5
vith M. A. Pons ',. With IV, Mattban .., -. With -Rock Hudson Hi e k in a n, a radio awl -TV was the star performer. He slso :48 1.5, and 1:14 ,3.5. ', good nights could give the first nathy. ,. .' ., : : r ;
1- Also,: ''-' '' ' HUMAN DESIRE '" .. sportscaster after leaving Yale, was, the autor of "Ther Herman --,---; 4 group a run lor the money, name- Thanka on the support received' '' :,
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.th R, Xontaiblif ivitICAlie tide' "-DURANGO-KID"' 'with Faith Domergui I was Psatisfactory", until Thursday In-,recbnt-years,-Hickm a iv and Benedict -worked Jive furlongs In gan -of Margarita, Rollie Cleich. Metbeny, and all the lans w h o.
, n I g h t when he evelved an hi wife made their.. home in 1:00 45A and Belleau Chief man 0 Panama, and Ed Kunkel made it possible for a well.play .,,
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nams's old Juan Franco i!ace 1 r
track, is also scheduled to rid' 4 I 1 iplf I r 4
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-Jesus Bantamaria tomorrow --
I.: of a CriStobal, championship is- -show upoltihanitsthaleit-mubeioaxseitsiegiolatrheeorsz, iotd,t.),(,Ilsa---:
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' noon daily, halltooked good In : : ::: :, .::,!.:PM:::;.i ,,..,.;,,,,,,:-. v. minutes of the game - (
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May 30 Jun.' 6 Jun. 9 1 Jun. 17

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SANTA MARGARITA May ,6

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Atlantic Armed F. (Coco S) 1 1 ", :,, ,
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Albrook (Dodgers) ,- 1 1 t.,

l(EDITOR'S NOTE:' When 'Jew. 1
ies Reward takes the' track as
.e.favorit In ths Kentucky Der.
by, May 3, the colt will have
i'behind him the ) glamour -. and
1)treng hand of his tabled own
In., Mrs., Elizabeth Arden Orb.
nen, who is examined in the
send el:three dispatch's.
Ey 'JIMMY DRESLIN
NEA STaff Correspondent
LEXINGTONosKy..-NEA) The
table.kandleannn against ,;t h e
ence at ,Spend.thfilt Ferri t onc oncoming
oming oncoming a couple of yea' rs '' ago
nd spoke about what it waii like
o take care of, horses belonging
o Mrs. ElizabethAtdenVeitabain,
"Eight-day creamr or maybe
t's eight.hour cream,"' le drawl.,
d. ''But whatever it is we use
mess of it'''ent, her, hotses., The
oreman says it don't hurt ,'eni,
one so vwel, etneaiet mij with t it-s..
hatever 'ie.got left after t h e
omen'. around, here ''get ''' finished
skint-it'''. ' o'- )4 t -:
Mrs.' praham,- who boarded her
orses at Leslie 'Combs' farm
nd has used him as an advisor
n matters thoroughbred for 020
ears;noW Pas per Maine Chance
arm operation at' the sloping
64 acre. Crown 'Crest Acreage
Ilia she purchased under Combs'
fuldance ur 1955.- 4 ",'r
Combs, with the possible excep.,
ion of Arthur Mull) Hancock;'
8 the biggest 'of the fabulous

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I' THz' ONE' TO'' BEAT: ', Sunny
Jim Fitzsimmons made his Derby
pick for us today. Jewel's Reward
"He seldom runs a bad 'race.
11;ve got to like e horse iiit that."
1..Aecalling the Flamingo free-for
'sit which the Jewel won, then was
, disqualified, the redoutable ,octo.
igeneration Said: "Tim Tam would wouldn't
n't wouldn't have beaten Ern, even if the
lice were twrly- run. In fact, I
i;hink 'ell that bumping in the
itretch took more out of, him than
iut of Tim Tem." This appear.
ed to be. Mr. Fitz' way of saying
1 he Calumet ,colt doesn't figure to
Ill the Jewel's luster in Abe
il mt julep, clasic come May 3.
I RE SILKY SULLIVAN: "Admit.
1 ng he'd never seen the Coast idol
n, Mr. Fitz said: "Just the same
ave to doubt he's been beating
(
vat horses. You, just can't, spot
, good horse-20, 30, 40 lengths
and beat him. The good ones do.
not wait. They run their 'race and
no matter -how much ground the
plodders make up, the good ones
have generally got the job done
before, they finish."... And this
appeared to be Mr. Fitz' way of
saying that as far as he's concern concerned
ed concerned Silky. Sullivan can run for
Sweeney in the end book.
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SLAPSTICK' HOMERS: When,
dainty pop Ilia drop for home
TIM'S, the challenge, is patently a
joke. An easy way out of the L.A.
embarrassment is for baseball
fathers to rule all balls that clear
the ,250-foot ,screen two base hits.
A new 'home-run record under
existing conditions would be .as
preposterous as was Primo Car Carnera's
nera's Carnera's winning the heavyweight
championship. -And, as, in Primo's
ease, there would be ridicule rath.
or than' acclaim. Still, good might
come out of it; the fathers might
be prodded by public clamor to
establish standards calculated to
endow the home run with some
et the respect it once knew, As
a starter, a rule against shorten shortening
ing shortening fences to accommodate indi.
vidual hitters;-Most recent exam.
pie, Washington- shrunk the left leftfield
field leftfield barrier last season and Roy
Sievers promptly jumped his Imo Imoduction
duction Imoduction from a 29 career high to
42, and thus bPcame the AL
"home run king."
BORN TOO LATE: Mo'st of the
DodpPr' right.haniters are prob.
' ably to old tven to hit enough din.

ed the Syndicate which casual'y
paid $1,251,200 for Nashua.
WITH THIS, ONE WOULD SUS,
PECT anything Aone by M r s
Grahaln around the horse busi business
ness business is actually a Combs' move
and that all stories of -her wild
plunges in the business are sus suspect,
pect, suspect, Combs, you'd suspect, cater,
ed to her; on minor, face cream
whims, but runs the important

tem& .t ,-;, f,, ,, , ., .., $3,500 so she promptly took
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,,.Nothing,' if you know of this back. : ,,
powerful woman fashion editors, : , -.; ,...
call Elizabeth Arden, could be ' Because of.. this, the horse
more removed from the .act. You become alMOSt a crusade to
don't have to go, much farther It is her opinion against ral
than. Jewel's Beward,, her hole and right now she looks pl.!
card fpr.,, the Kerituctly El erbY clod. i ,,,, ,, N ',
May' 3, Jewel's Reward, was sired "She is willing to take k chs
by Jet -Jewel,, which came ,, from on what she likes,", testif
Jet riloti Mrs. Graham's 1 1947 Hpmphrey Finney, whose FS
Kentucky Derby, winner. But iti Tipton Co., has been auctionee
a labryinth .of breeding and iii,l)r; horses to her for years-01f,
itig..and se,lling,,,bprses,, Mrs,grat Aga a ,horser therels 'nobody
ham, wound up having to pay thecountry who' Can biltbid-ti
$32,000 for Jet Jewel. .....,..,,,.. ,)ct ti
, On, the track Jet Jewel ; w a al NEXT: Somotimos' being a
sickly and did nothing. But Mrs. thodos doesn't pay.
Graham liked him and wanted to -, :
put him in stud., This. made ,bet.. .
Wig the milk money at a rs c e USARCARIB S h
track seeni like p ying with chit, ,, ..., ,C 00
Area because 't e is nO gamble Wo
a
in -sports lon er ,, priced than ins C6m- iiani Le)
, breeding 'with it unpromising stal, ,.

bieedera. He form. which has won $412,092 to, date

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Area because 't e is .n0 gamble Wo
to
in sports Ion er priced than ins Cmlian' iLeiel
breeding With it unpromising stal, ,,, .
llon.
But a combination of Jet Jewel Basketball Opener
and Belle Jeep, a Maine Chance .
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mare, produced Jewel's Reward, '
Monday night's opener in the
which has won 6412,092 to date
, , 1958 Army Atlantic Company Lev,
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mer, el Basketball Tournament at the
,, , ., 1 Fort Davis Gym saw the very
, strong USARCarib School tagers,
,
iv , ,, , y:" -,,- last year's AA champs, win a 52
7 .. ., to 46 contest over C Comapny, lst
. '' ' Battle Group 20th Infantry.
I 4 1141AMS ,, Scoring for ,,t h e USARCarib
School quintet was led by center
"Big" John.Foster who racked up
21 points to start' what may be
., another big season for .him. Fos,.
ter was the outstanding player in
kies to break the record,' though last season's AA Company Level
Gil Hodges, 34, could de it. He Basketball Tourney.
had 2? last .season with a peak
42 in :54-4 We were with Jack ''
g Another of' the 'schools holdov
Dnmpsey the first time he saw
CS 'writ. He looked at ., Prime's ers from last season who premis premiss
s premiss awling chin fend drooled. It es to repeat his past performance
was that temptibig.- Can you Ina. is guard Don Myers, ha tallied 17
points, three from the field and 11
gine how such-genuine right-hand from the fou line. Scoring the oth.
musclemen ai Harry Hellmann, er school points were forwards No
Hank Greenberg, 'Jimmy t '. Foxx el Hansen with 13 and Ray Upp
and Joe DiMaggio must drool
sithan Shalt rtstA. fil. A.I;n.t., ....t with one. F

kies to break the record, though
Gil Hodges, 34, could do it. He
had 2? last ,season with a peak
42 in '54.4 We were with -; Jack
Dnmpsey the first time he saw
C lent. He looked at Prime's
s awling chin fend drooled. It
was that tempting. Can you line.
gine how such-genuine right-band
musclemen ai Harry Hellmann,
Hank Greenberg, 'Jimmy Foxx
and Joe DiMaggio must drool
when they study the delicate out outfield
field outfield anatomy of the Dodgers' new
homer Not to forget little Hack
Wilson who hit 56, still a league
record, for the Cubs in '3.0 :
--
ONCE OVERS'.' Dern clever,
these circus- people. They don't
move into the Garden with their
giraffes until the basketball goons
have departed. Coming hew f trip
the track ',, after a 'losing day a,
Republican horse player can eon.
sore himself with the reflection
thatIke's team is facing a $3
billion deficit. Having.the only se,.
tellite in orbit is a source of im-1
mense pride; but it still doesn't
make the Phillies look like a New
York team. These are certainly
cock eyed time v. Everybody,
wantS to fight eicept the 'heavy 'heavyweight
weight 'heavyweight champion. It must be true
what the critics say about our
ethickfon syStenf. lerse
Pundit ran last in the Wood Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday. The one asstiritut thing 41-.
bout business 'catching its breath'
that Babe Herman is not in involved,
volved, involved,
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NEW ECAC HOME: Jim Far Farley'
ley' Farley' in 'Brusaele,ttendiniCthe'
world's fair and what the other
members.of the llayor's baseball.
committee are doing deponent
knoweth not Asa Bushnell and
the ECAC. move. from .Newark
Into luxurious new headquarters
in the Hotel Manhattan today..Dug
in the Hotel Manhattan today. Due Dueby's
by's Dueby's failure to run out two infield
hotmerS coct him his job with the
Orioles... Five maiden races .ron
the same card may be all right
for Sunshine Park but not for Ja Jamaica.Bill
maica.Bill Jamaica.Bill Dickey's lovely daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Violet; becomes Mrs. Billy J.
Stafford in Little Rock May 16..
Anybody figured out how mahv
games Hank Sauer is ahead of
the Babe's '27 rcord?.. A Yankee
nitching slecner: Rayne Duren.
Improved ccntrol, moves the ball
around good, veteran-like poise.

US4RCARia'Sch.ol

Chaplain Donovan
Wins PAAF Senior
Golf Tournament

-
'"SHE LISTENS TO COMBS,"
horse country people here tell
you "But she still goes about
things her own way."
Two years' ago at the Saratoga
horse auction, Jewel's Reward
was placed on the blole'by Mrs.
Graham, but breedingwise cus..
tomers wouldn't bid more than
$3,500 so she promptly took him
baek.

rises.
Because of.. this, the horse has
become almost a crusade to her.
It is her opinion against racing
and right now she looks 6:pretty
, "She is willing to take k chance
on what she likes,", testifies
Hpmphrey Finneyr whose Fisit,
Tipton Co,has been auctioneering
horses to her for years-ont she
likes a ,horser therels'nobodr in
the country who' biltbid ten'
, ti
NEXT: Sornotimos holing unor unorthodox
thodox unorthodox doesn't pay." '

Leading C Company's scoring
Wa$ guard Jim Reeves, who post posted
ed posted 10 points, and was followed by
Les Stormet and guard Jerryi
Roberts, who, Wed 10 -points
each. Other C Company socring
wa5 done by forwards George Dix..
on and Johnny Crumpton, who
posted six and two points respec
lively along with forward Bob
Stallworth's lone field goal.-

- Chaplain (Colonel) 11.' F. Donk
van of Fort Amador emerged as
the victor in the Panama Are a
Armed Yorces ,Peniors Golf Toon':
ament, held this week 'at the Fort
Davis golf course.
.
After a first round of 75, Father
Donovan faltered slightly and came
in with an 82 for ,15,7 total.
Colonel Gines Perez, Fort Gu.
lick shot an opening day 80 to
trail Father Donovan by live full
strokes but came back strong on
the final day of action to card a
78 and finish only one stroke out
with a 158 total.
In the handicap branch of the
tournament, Lieutenant Colon el
Leslie C, Wood, Fort Clayton, garn
ereditop honor' with a net score of
144. Father Donovan finished sec.
ond with a net of 146. 4
The tournament was eonducted
it Fort Davis in conjunction with
Ithe beginning of the Panama Ares
Armed Forces Golf Championships
which got underway last Monday.
Trophies will go to the winners
ind runners-up in both the medal,
1 ist and handicap branch of the
I meet.

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By WHITMAN BASSOW
MOSCOW (UP) -- The United
Ste t a men'a basketball team
trailed Russia's national team for
nearly threequarters of the game
Friday night before rallying to
to open its Soviet tour with a 74
68 triumph., -;
The Soviet women's team open opened
ed opened the double header and the
exhibition series between the two
nations by defeating the United
States girls, 61-46.-.
It was the first time United
St a te I basketball teams ever
played in Russia and the games
were three star attractions A
capacity -crowd of 15,000 jammed
the Lenin ,Stadium's S p or ts
P Ice to watch the contests
while thol I ands of other Soviet
fans watched the action on tele
vision or listened to radio broad broadcasts.
casts. broadcasts.
Applaud Both Sides

The spectators, who shouted
themselves hoarse while the lead
changed a half dozen times tn the
final minutes of the men's game,
applauded good ylays by both
sides. , ,,
, I
It appeared the Soviet fans
would get a chance to cheer a
double triumph by their team
when the" Soviet men took, the
lead lit the openinx minutes and
held a 40.31 margin at the half.
The Russians remained In front
through the first seven minutes
of the second bait
Then Dick Boushka, former
University of Lt. Louis star, who

now plays for the Wichita (Kan.)
Vickers.-- sank a 10-foot shot to
put tho Yanks in front. The lead
switched back and forth filen until
Chuck Wolfe of the Phillips Oilers
of Bartlesville, Okla., saok a free
throw to give the visitors a 5453
lead with..tix minutes to go;
The Yanks remained in front
thc rest of the way. Boushka led
the winners with 17 points while
Burdy Haldorson, former Colork
do star who now plays for the
,Phillips Oilers, was ,nest with C.

, Rads Less Fly
,
The Busskans lost five oftheir
toP Players, including Mikhail
Symyonov, on per sonil fouls.
Symyonov scored 14 points. The
Yanks also lost three top players,
Jim Palmer, 'Allen Kelley and
Howie Crittenden, on personals.
One of the referees came from
Hungary and the other from
France. .1 -,
The Soviet girls, led by blond
Nina Maximilinova and.Valsn'ina
Kostikova, outshot, outpassed and
outran the Yank women from the
opening whistle. Nina scored,13
noints and Valantina 11- Barbara
Sipes of Iowa Wesleyan, Kathryn
Washington of Wayland, (Tex.)
College and Nera White of Nash Nashville
ville Nashville (renn.) Business Collecte
made the best showinost for the
U. S. Team. Miss Washintdon
scored 12 ,potnta. Miss White,
Kay Germs of Wayland Colleve
and Edith Keaton of Ifqinsas City
each scored seven.' Miss Sines,
who stands six feet, throe inches.
crabbed a number of rebounds,

CARIBBEN COMMAitID
, SERIES A

This put the series on an even
kiel with each team being credit.
ed with a win and a' loss. The se.
ries consists of 'a round robin play
off with the lour leagues. Each'
league is represented la its win winDing
Ding winDing team. 1
, Fort Kobbe, representing t h e
Canal Zone Armed Forces League
pitched Jain Street, .who chalked
up 10 strikeouts with only one
hit against him. The Coco Solito
Cubs, representing the Atlantic
Armed Forcet League,' 'started
James Abati, who tallied five
strikeouts with one hit against
him. His relief, Luther Quinn, al.
lowed no hits and pitched four
atrike.outs.
The game played at Fort Koh.
be wa's just off to a start with the
home team downing the first
three Coco 'Solite batters in one,
two, three order, when Joe Koch
flied out and Tony Halals and
Jack Dryda!e struck out.
, Fort Kobbe started the bottom
of the first with a strikeA)ut by
Dick Sullivan. Danny O'Brian
walked, followed by a single:1,0
Carrell Grantham, the only hit,
of the day for Fort Kobbe. 0'.
Brian was forced out at second.
Street retired the side with ', a
grounder to the pitcher.:
Coco Solito's Jack Butson struck
out, followed by a walk by Luther
Quinn. However, he was forced
out at second with a fielder's
choice hit by Larry Quinn. Mc-H
islamee struck out. ' I
Fort Kobbe made a stand in
their half of the second, Vic Alers
walked but was forced out at
second on a fielder's choice t of
Jerry Bank's bunt. Greg Thomas
struck out while Banks moved a
round to third On passed balls.
Larry Milam walked, moving to
second on a passed ball. IC e n
Meredith grounded out to first.
' The third inning ,saw Coco So.,
lito's Gerald Poppa, Charles Biel
kowski and Koch go down in ord.,
er. Fort Kobbe got D. Sullivan
on, base with a walk. but then he
died as O'Brian, Grantham and
Street vent down.
, Again in the fourth, it was one,
! two, three for Coco Solito as Hal
els struck out, Drydale grounded
out and Larry Quinn flied out to
, the shortstop. 'Fort Kobbe fared
little better as Alers and Banks
struck out followtd by Thomas's
walk and Milam's strike-out. e
t. Coco Solito started the fifth
with a strike-out by Luther
- Quinn and a Walk by Larry Quinn
) who was tagged out attempting
I te steal second. Vernoit McNa.
mee retired the sidt with a strike

Fort Kobbe made their move
in the fifth starting with a strike,.
out by rierideth and two walks
by Sullivan and O'Brian. Grant..
ham grounded out, moving the
irunners to second and -third,
Street slammed a grounder to
short who made bad throw to
first. Sullivan and O'Brian were
moving with the crack of the bat
and both scored.'Alers'struck-out
to 'end the inning.
Coco Solito came back fighting
in tho sixth and almost changed
the complexion of the game. Povp.
pa and Bialkowski struck out in
order. Koch walked and Halals
moved him around to third with

a resounding double down.. t t
first base' line. Orydale walket!,
loading the bases. On the last
pitch of a full count, Butson flied
out to second td end ttie game.
'Results-. Tort Kobbe, hit; 2
runs,. Coro Solite Cubs 1, hit,. ,0
rens; winiting Ipitcherli ,Stteet

In a' tight 'pitching duel Wednes pitch of a full count, Butson flied
day afternoon' (23 April) Fort out to second td end ttie game.
Kobbe Little Leaguers took, a 2-0 Results-, Tort Kobbe, hit; 2
victory over' the A;occi Solito Cubs runs,. Coro Solito Cubs I, 0
itt the second frame of the Car., rens; winning ,pitcher4 .,Streeti
ihbean, Camille& Gtnal Zone. Lit losing ,pitcher Luther 140inn,---,
tle League?'World Series, while The 'clash between the 0
the Albroolt I'Dodgers t6ok h Dodger' teeing was played ,at
measure Ag the 'Curundu Dodgers brook,. .; ;
11).- ' '" '4
- ' Curundu Dodgers started t h e

Curundu Dodgers started t h e
game with a strike-out by J. Ile.
lez. B. Reichart followed with a
double. R. Miller struck out. R.
Bacot singled, moving to third
on F. Finalson's BrenV,.
er retired the side with a strike,.

Albrook Dodgers came back
Strong with single by David
Hale.. Mike Thomas struck out
and Paul Brown walked. Thomas
Santel struck out and Dennis Hale
walked. Two, more walks by Bruce
Buxton and Kevin McCarthy fore.,
ed in two runs. The side was re.,
tired, with a tag-out on third
In the second, Curundu Dodgers
went down in order with R. Rug..
1 sell's ground out, and D. Thom.
1 as's and C Taul's strike.outs. Al.
brook fault late better getting a
single by Bob Colman, a Hyoid
by David Hale and strike.outa by
Thomas and Brown.
Curundu's Velez started t h e
third with a walk followed by
Reichart's single. Miller struck
out, Bacott walked 'and Finalson
and Bremer struck out., Again the
Albrook Dodgers failed to score. i
Sentel grounded out, Dennis Hale
singled, Buxton struck out and 1
McCarthy was out on a fly ball.
The Dodgers f r o m Curundu
made no. progress in the fourth 1
as Russell struck out, Thomas, I
Walked, Taut struck out and Ve.1
lez walked, Reichert ended their
half with a strike-out.
Albrook's Dodgers came in
strong in the bottom of the fourth,
scorisg six runs. Charles Amata
singled, fol owed by Coffman's
single. D. Hale WAS out on a fly
ball. Thomas reached first oti an
error as Amata scored. Brown
and Sante!. both singled, scoring
Coffman. Hale made first on an
error as Thomas served. Buxton
singled and scored Hale. The in.
ning ended with a strike-out' by
McCarthy, walk by Arnett and a
strike.out by Cof;man.
Curundu's Miller walked in the
top of the fifth, but was tagged
out stealing second. Bacott and
Finalson struck out. 1,
Again Albrook scored,. Making
it three more. Hale singled, fol.,
lowed by a ground out by Thom.
as. Brown reached first on an er.,
ror. Santel hit a ground u e
double scoring Haien and Brown.
D. Hale struck out. Buxton sing singled
led singled scoring SanteL McCarthy flied

.
Curundu's Dodgers were unable
to come back in the sixth, Brent;
er 'and Russell struck out. Thom..
as hit a Bina but was left on
base as Taut struck out to end
the game.
Results: Curundu Dodgers four
hits, 1 run.
Albrook Dodgers, 9 hits, 11
ru' ns. ,.

Hurl 'Ern, Satch

, NEW YORK, April 25 (UP)
Satchel Paige, ageless pitching
star 'of the Marlins, can literally
pitch himself out of a 20.day jail
term. , ,
- Paige was sentenced to 20 days
in jail Wednesday for speeding
and driving without a license.
h
Rut Metropolitan udge C arles
H. Znowden, ak ardent baseball
fan, deferred sentence until the
end cif the baseball season and
said "Satch" coulA cut his term
shOrt ,by winning baltgames.

II

3

0'.

0

, No other drink satisfies more than a
fine Scotch ; and in White Horse,
' Scotch Whisky reachts
pure perfection.

For every game Paige piing, he
will get one day lopped off his
term. He will also get a day taken
off for every run he scores and
for every time he strikes out
Luke Easter, Negro first baseman
for the Buffalo Bisons and Paige's
arch-rival. :

"If Satch works real hard, he'll
come out all right," said Judge
Snuwden. former University of
Miami lei ball player. "But he'll
have to' do a Ale better than
he did last year, though, if he
wants to stay out of jail."

BaSitaill-nisore PhilSadacillsphia

IMIONM.EINIMIIIMIPMEMMI

SANTA RITA ... Apr., 21 Apr. 22
SANTA ,TERESA Apr.' 25 Apr.- 29
.. May, 3 May 5
SANTA INES ... . May .8 May ,12

PASSENGER SERVICE

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i game with a strike-out by J., Ve. --. -- , . "'"' ;
. lez. II ,Reichart followed with a ,t ,,,,,r
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O and Paul Brown walked. Thomas
,
e Santel struck out and Dennis Hale ,, - ,.' s ? '
d walked. Two, more walks by Bruce .:' '''-.' .--- - '.. ' ' -t-,-- ' -. : ' :. :- -' ''' . : '
e Buxton and Kevin McCarthy fore., -: - , ...... 4.
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twar; 1 ,' ', ,,,,,..
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r In the Isecond, Curundu Dodgers ,, --x--
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went down in order with 'R. 1tus.. ,
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le as's and C Taul's strikeouts. AI. ----
'
- t brook feral litte better getting a -: ; - ; : ;--
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ii by David Hale and strikeouts by ,
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id Thomas and Brown. t -r..... Otte T 3;1.1..;::::.....31:t,........3.... ....,
;7- ..iiir:11:1511.7111.1.i.:1:.1.:::..5..0 i:.: .. ,..
,
Curundu's Velez started t h e r
' ---- 1 iii,''....i..:1;;11,;--.-;::--,-,Ar.::,-rit.t.11, I .7. .. ,
. , ,
m third with a walk followed by , ,. -,z---7- iii iti1115F,-.3..7, :-;;;n::...,....1,11:....., 1.,,,,; ., .., ..; , .. ,,,,,,, t, t
iv Reichart's single. Miller struck ', ' -:,..- :t"Ill':'.:;:ni.11,11!1.:111.:Tilill'A4 ' ,,,
in out, Bacott walked 'and Finalson
)3, an d Bre m er str u ck out,. A g a in the , ' -- :107 ..e.'4eflli,12.1..17tgl,1;t.:1,litIIII,:t'. .11 i'11,41i,V1,11,11',V : ' ,.. ,.. '' :7't ..' ; i
lit Albrook Dodgers failed to score. ....zr;
It. Sentel grounded out, Dennis Hite ' .7
d. singled, Buxton struck out and '. --z
s McCarthy was Ind on a fly bell. Ir, ,iiiiifriiii-Itigilivg:::,1111:11;.1s1,.....11wAist.,111,11.:1,f,. ,;,..1.t.: 1.1., , ,
,
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Rd Walked, Taut' struck out and Ve t---- it1;0,t1:. -1111,, ,,iiiiii1111:41:::::r,iilig.,F,iiiii,r,1111,,.:11,?:41, .,,,, -7-r-,,, .. : ,
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os lez walked, Reichert ended their ' -t-, 11,111S: :ilittFht '-'1111::.4'llitligl,,,lgt,:gy.ilik. ,bi, .:, , ; ,,.
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in strong in the bottom of the fourth, - ---zt, ''' Ili -.--,;-,
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lo ning ended with a strike-out' by ... .......,31..1.,,.. r.
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il McCarthy, walk by Amata and a - I 4- ;-,---.7- I C It,
...--1:7;.., - .1..-.3. ,,,,.. ,,, ; fly, 6
d strikeout by Cof;man. : ''': ' 2 . 44111.11:y., ------------ -kt.,4.1,'.145 -.:' i: -'
in ,,,,, Curundu's Miller walked in the --pe-.::-.11P t
Ile top of the fifth, but was tagged : : o course, - -:'. ----------
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e, Again Albrook scored? m'aking
II- it three' more. Hale singled, fol., fine Scotch ; and in White Horse, . r. 47-7--t 11--1--- :t. ,
ed lowed by a ground out by Thom :
. cote is y rent its ..
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to as. Brown reached first on an er :
ed ror. Santel hit ,a ground u e -,' pure perfection. : ..., rfikfiV'' RI t; 18Tholscat104,4 Nollitenduky ':.''tit:41.h '.' I., 4t" ':
ks double scoring Haien and Browti. .... 1
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'
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e led scoring SanteL McCarthy flied 1
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th out. -; ,'I , ,:., -' '; ", I I
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e r Curundu's Dodgers were unable ; 4, .- : .,,14,?"41 :tt. I ,' ,,,,,,, ,t.,,,. --.,:....., -.6
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nn to come back in the sixth; Brem; '.' '- '' 7 IV-'9,A l'ii. 1 1 i.:,.. ---
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ng er 'and Russell struck out. Thom ,,,, , , -- ... '... , -11 : ..... .:. ,,,, ..,
Ia as hit a singli but was left On , ,. .5) A 1 I .0 ... ttti,e9P .. !f
ke base as Taut struck out to end ' ''','- .''.' ' :- 40414, .s. , ALL .0 Owe. 1,4. N'In '. ; ;
'.
' IN i 4 A. IDMOURGX m LONDOP ,
, '' the game. ,..-, -,, , : : .,,..,ti,,,, i ,,.:, 1 ;,, re,,..,itzinli.vard..4.. ; , , .1,
, ; ,-,.. ,, , ---,----, --,-,,,, .,,,,,,ty,,,,,,,,,:.e 11, ...i, il 1,1, $1, L .14,..41,..,....,14"E 41,1-.7.1-st,011.7-1,,,.nr,,,,dirk. '' : 14 .1.
,ve Results: Curundu Dodgers four ' ' , -4,1,(p,a, id, 1 ,:,..,tv:21c1011.....E.r., 1 I.
1
te hits, I run. : -. .' ', r .71,er --). t II 0 ,:..'t.,,,orm....,,,,,'"1"
lks ,',' Albrook Dodgers, 9 hits, 11 ,, -3., 4 t"of,,,;!. I, 1 ,kA rm ,....0 ,,
nt rung: ''',
le' ' ' - ' : '' ----" -'---, -!--'------ '1, ,, .. ',!.,:.-....
rd, '; Winning pitcher: Reichert. : '. ., s'''''"--- -77-,, -4"-',,,,, ...--- '',IINI4 vt f,,,,,,,,,,"... .,,--...,rfr IN .. i
to 'Losing Pitcher: Santa ''; ...-,--:--- ... -- ,,, ...ri,16 i,,, ,,,,, io.
"e e'-' ..,,I.., .1.,p, --;,,,?0,A a, '...--2.,1,11:4t '',,:.:..... I 4 S, ',
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Hit WORLD-SERIES ,----- --6-...----:--z- rrole.,,,, -----,u, 16 ',
L'.- .......,lighimpooms.;.Allt .0o,
ing STANDINGS
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Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House. Ono mile Oast the
Casino. noise Balboa 1366.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Colts's
Santa Clara R. de P. non Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
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FOR RENT -- Two bedroom
' chalet completely furnisred with
modern conveniences, such as
air conditioning, television, elec.
tric range, hot water, etc. Lo Located
cated Located in Paitilla, Avenida Brasil,
right front of Fuerza y Luz
playing ground. For interview
call Telephone 3-1407 from
8:00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
FOR RENT -- Fprnished house,
I chalet style, living dining room,
2 medium bedrooms, service,
kitchen, porch, etc, 48th Street
and Uruguay Street, le Ilayista
left hand No. 25. '', a
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FOR RENT Beautifully fur..'
wished housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
bath, and entrance independent.
No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 1.
0638.
FOR RENT -a- Campo Alegre!
Nicely furnished, cool room,
private bath, delicious meals.
European style, Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT -- eomfortablo fur fur,
, fur, wished room with cooking facili facilities.
ties. facilities. Splendid residential urea.
113rd Strest No., II.;
rmy Atlantic
Basketball
-Tourliamerkt
Action in the Wednesday games
of the Army Atlantic Basketball
Tournament at the Fort D v
Gym sawthe 549th MP tompa.
sly take a 42 to 25 victory over
the Navy Galeta Point cagers;
' while A Battery, 764th AAA Bat..
talion squeaked by a powerful
Jungle Warfare Training Center
quintet 4.44-
On Thursday in the first game
Navy Harbor Defense Unit slam
med home a 45 to 29 win over
Galeta Point, while the USARCA
RIB SChool cagers took a close
-, 61 to 56 win from ,the 549th MP
Company in t,he nightcap.
In the MF.Galeta Point contest,
guard Don Stevenson led the Na..
vy scoring with 10 points. o r rward
ward rward Dan Griffin took scoring
honors for the MP's with an im impressive
pressive impressive 22 points, all scored on
field goals.
The second game on Wednes.,
day was nip and tuck all t h e
way between JWTC and A Bat Battery.
tery. Battery. At the end of the first guar..
ter JWTC was on the short end of
a 1213 score; the half saw A
Battery leading with a 2624 tal.
ly; third quarter's end found
JWTC still two points behind
with the score 3735 and at the
final whistle JWTC was on the
short end of a 4844 final score.
Nigh, point man for A Battery
was center Willie Hipps with 21
points, while forward Billy Moore
YALE
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Local Representative
bl; A, POWELL, S. Ai,
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Tel. 71.106 Apartado 199
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Tickets for the concert
of the PHILARMONIC
SYMPHONIC' ORCHES ORCHESTRA
TRA ORCHESTRA OF NEW YORK on
the 29th of April are
now on sali at, Morri Morrison'a
son'a Morrison'a arid L. Maduro
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new, Imptirted furniture, classic French style: living'
room, dining' room, bed rooms:- Other furniture;
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1957,with air-conditioning---Tel 3-6728 Panama).,;

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TELEPHONE 2-0740

Aparttlients
FOR RENT Modern furnish-
ad apartment with two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, livingroom. dining room,
kitchen. snail) and six closets,
46th Street No. 2-62. For infor.
motion call 3-1423. ,
Completely furnished, air coo cooditioned
ditioned cooditioned apartment, Hi-FI Set, A
desirable residential section, 3
b d rooms,' $250.00 for 3
- months only. all 3-4840.
, FOR RENT Militarr inspect inspect,
, inspect, ed apartment $60.00 monthly,
good location, furnitgre goes
with Aid. Reasonable price, 14
Roche St. Apt. 14 Clayton
, 6266.
FOR RENT Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart.
merit, refrigerator, ail carmen carmen"
" carmen" iences, across Ancon busstop.
Phone 2-2081. 24140.
FOR RENT Furnished apart.:
ment, two bedrooms. living din.
ing room, independent service,
86th Street No. 6, near Teatre
Roosevelt.
FOR RENT -- Furnished, two
, bedroom apartments,", garage,
maid's room, hot water, very
tool. Campo Alegre an& Bella
Vista., Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT Furnished apart.
ment well ventilated 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining, kitchen,
bathroom, trent. hack porches.
U.S. Army inspected, 45th St.
2-241. Telephone 3-5351.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Perch, Parlor-Diningroom,
Bedroom. Kitchen, -Gate ge,
Tiled. Screened, $55.00. Apply;
No. 112 Via Bolisario Porras,
near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Tel.
3-2068.
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
CFN has announced ,th6 follow following
ing following -radio and television, sports
schedule. l'Any 'change N in the
schedule will be announced over
Panorama each night at 6:45 ol olclock.
clock. olclock.
Radio
'April 27: Washington Senators
vs. Boston Red Soxat 1 p.m.
April 29: Detroit Tigers vs. New
York Yankees at 1
April 30: Milwaukee Brave& vs.
Chicago Cubs at 1:30 p.m.
May 1: Kansas City Athletics vs
Boston Red Sox at 1 p.m.
- May 2: Detroit Tigers vs. Bos
ton Red Sox at 1 p.m.
May 3: Chicago White Sox vs.
Washington Senators at 1 p.m.
May 3: Kentucky Derby (live
broadcast) at .S:15 p.m.
Tokvision
April 20:. Boxing from St Nicks
at 10 p.m.
May 1: thilf Show at 4:30 p.m.
May 3: Golf Show' Encore at 4
p.m.
led the JWTC eagers with
14 points.
In Thursday night's first game
the .iavy Harbor Defense ,Unit
scoring was led by guard Jay
Muller who poured through eight
goals and one free throw through
the hoops to take the teams high
score honors, while Don Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson of Ga leta Point posted an i identical
dentical identical record to lead the Gale.
ta hoopsters. Each Mall scored
17 points.
1 The second game on Thursday
night's twin bill saw the USAR.
!CARIB School guard Don Myers
!stake the season's first claim to
!high scoring honors for a single
' game with a tremendous 28
points on 13 goals and two free
throws. Myers has yet to miss
from the free throw line after
isinking 13 for 13. In losing to the
school cagers MP forward D sot
Griffin amassed 21 points to lead
his team's scoring.
Hotel: 11011AND HOUSE
mins. from ths heart of
San Jos, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences lit
Suites and Bungalows. all 'with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
trice: SS and SS daily,'
with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horst: riding.
For reservations P. O.
Box 4459
Manager: Rill and Elenor Jaspers

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- FOR SALE -- 1952 Chevrolet.
2 door, Chevrolet sedan, in per.
fect condition. 'Upholstery and
' tires almost new. $600.00.
Phone Panama 2-2517 26th
East, neat' PtesidentoTheatre.
FOR SALE 1956 Austin,
perfect condition all around,
cell 3-5209. 1
FOR SALE 1958 Corvette,
removablo hardtop, radio, four
speed transmission, twin carbure carburetors,
tors, carburetors, also 1954 Oldsmobile, 9S
series, convertible, radio, hi.
dramatic, other extras. Phone
, Coco Sole 575 for information.
FOR SALE 1950 Ford 6 bus!.
nen coupe.' Original owner. Call
Balboa 2925 Saturday 1 to 5
p.m. all day Sunday.
FOR SALE Powerful Choy".
ler 300-11. a $5800.00 beauti..
ful black car for $3500.00.
Also selling 1948 Buick Roe&
master convertible for $200.00.
Phone Balboa 6-355.
'1950 6 cylinder, 4 door Nash,
Excellent motor,i, pod appear.
once. $325. Telephone 6-73L
, FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 8700 miles, like
new. Phone 83-3216.
, FOR SALE 1951 Oldsmobile
Sedan, 4 doom, hydromatic, ta
dio, good running condition, du-.
ty paid, S375.00. Call 2-2316,
3-0841.
FOR SALE ,or, 1956 Chevrolet
44V8 station wagon' 19.000
miles. Excellent ,, condi tion
$1700,00. Phono Cristobal
2175 or Balboa 3346.
FOR SAI4 "1954 Mercury
Hard Top, 4wsw,1 radio, 111101',04
matic good condition.' $),ISO.,
Phone Balboa 2-3676. $
FOR SALE' Font 6,-past
Country sedan.- 720-B Balboa
' after 3 p.m.. ro,
FOR SALE 1952 Hudson
Hornet 4-door, fair conditions
' 300.00, 1951 Buick super 4-
, door, very clean, low .milils94
$500.00 Call Albrook 7241,,
Service' Pets 6nel,,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or IMED Car or Borrow on your
present err through
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' DICK DEFILINGER
- repregenting
GOVERNAIENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
' Phone 34934-34MS
GET S'rREAMLINED'S
the Mc Levy way. Body Manage,
Exeerching Machined. Turkish
bath. Trained operators ter ladles
and gentlemen. Get results.
, MASSAGS SALON
SerVICes .."SCHOLL'S
PrOaUCta
J. Artsiemens- Ave. S3-41
S-2211 4

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1 ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
Teirperaturi of the suit
ONLY, $32.50
,
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
- Phone 2-2316 I
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LIFE' INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
: General Agent
Gibraltar Life ,Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
- 1,011111I 'fly
across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COL0141
, SAN BLAS
EXCUR$1ON
, April 26
Ettlanque .Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661

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; d bids will be accepted by
the' Navy Exchange Officer, Na Naval
val Naval Station, Rodman, Canal Zone
for the sale of 4. vehicles. The
vehicles may be inspected at the -
Rodman Public Works Motor
Pool, building No. 614 between
the hours of 9:00 a.m. through
3 :00 p.m. daily Mondays
through Fridays, Bids will be
opened 10:00 a.m. eit 13 May May1958.
1958. May1958. Bid forms may be
Wiled at the Navy Exchange
Office, building No. 24, Rod..
man, Canal Zone. For further
information pleas call Navy
3389 or 3490."
HA SALE Baby Grand Bald.,
, win piano in first class condi..
Hon. A new Baldwin scrosonic.
Tuns and repair all kind of pia.
' nos by the most expert piano
,' tuner. I.. F. Garcia, 34 Street.,
Crossing Lux Theater. Phone 3
4947, 3-0672.
FOR SALE Used British Im Imperial
perial Imperial Typewriter. British Coot.
stelae, Co loni
LAS BOWLING LEAGUE
Marlboro ; 25 : 15
Cerveza Balboa 24 16
Mercurio Jewelry 2312, 1612
Rambler, Hull Motors 22 18
Mascota 7,. 21
Smoot and Paredes 1612 2312
Rodelang 16 P 24
Voldswagen 12 26
High Individual Series: A. Tay.,
lor 626.
High Individual Game: E Mon,.
toya 243. A
Marlboro 4, ,Cervoza Balboa 0
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Cerveza -Balboa has been
"in" and .,'"Out" of 'first place
;three different times in he last
ail; weeks. This week it was their
turn "out"' and Marlboto was the
one that turned out the tric k.
Cerveza Balboa was enjoying a
three game lead over second
place Marlboro,- However, they
were unable to take a single
point and lost their first place,
It was all the effort made by
Hermann and ,Navedo and the
scores turned in by C, J. Sptros
and H. Hervey the Vig factors in
this Marlboro victory. C. J."
finished with a 471 and Hervey
had a ,.64. It was G. Torres with
445 and T. Vigil, with 378 t h e
best two efforts made by Cerve.
za Balboa. i
' MorCurie Jewelry 3
Smoot and Paredes 1
e
No bOdy .-wants to stay behind
and out of "contention" so Mer--
curio Jewelry kept the pace by
downing Smoot and Paredes three
to one. Every game was very
close,' but Mercurio always man..
aged to come ahead. Garza
SERVICE
CENTERS'
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, BALBOA 2:15 5:15 1:11
Rock Hudson' Jennifer Jones
- "A PAREWELL TO ARM"
-Cinema Scope & Color!
(Also Showing Suntp& Monday)
1 CRISTOBAL 710
James Stewart Audi. Murphy
- ,nolIGHT PASSAGE"- CSeope
tAls Showing Sun- & Mondayi
, ,
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DIABLO HTS) T:N
Kirk Douglas Adolph
Men. Ralph Meeker
"PATHS OP GLOB!"
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Rat. Matinee 1:15;
-cTHE LADY AND
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Randolph Scott
, Marla Winsor
"The Bounty' Bunter"
- (Color) ,
GAVIN I :OS
-"SHOOT-OUT AT
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I MARGARITA 11:15 & I:II
"THS ROLS001 BALLET"
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6:115 &
"ARROW
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SANTA' 'CRUZ
11:11 St S:25 :
2 Elm Nevak
Jett Chandler
!IJEANNE
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(Also Showing
Sunday)
"Thundorstorm"
CAMP BIERD CIS & SAS
Sing Crosby ,,, Inger Stevens
"MAN ON FIRE (Vista Vision)

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Hothe Articles
FOR SALE New unused Easy
automatic combination washer
1
dryer 6355.00. Call Panama 3
6291 between 4 ant 6 p.m.
FOR SALE Grand piano in ;
escallent condition. 9 piece bad.
room solid mahogany suite. Mis
CIIIS11001111 pieces of furniters
, and kitchen 'utensils. 8th 1-211
Curundu, C.Z.
FOR SALE -- Bamboo living-,
room sot, painted whim. All for
$175.00. Tot. 3-1647.
FOR SALE Mahogany bed bedroom
room bedroom set made by Cowes $150.
26-10 Ninth Street, Rio Alm im
FOR,SALE Twin also Youth
bed.1 blond maid, bookcase
headboard, new condition. Phone
83-3216.
FOR SALE Furniture for 3
100M Apt. 'stove, refrig., snit
household items.) $225. Duty'
- hours, Corozal 4147.'
MARTIN MAY RE LOST
KANSAS crrY, Mo. (UP)L,De (UP)L,Detroit
troit (UP)L,Detroit Tigers shorfstop Billy Mar
tin, batting',.378 in,,nine games
thus far this seasont may be lost
to the club for two or three days
because of an injured thigh. Mar Martin
tin Martin suffered the Anjury during
spring training and aggraiated it
during 'Wednesday night's game
with the Athletics..,-
TO MATCH PASTRANO
STUTTCART, Germany (UP)--
Matchmaket Willy Knoerzer is at,
tempting to arrange a heavy:
weight bout between Willie Pas.
trano,',the third rankiag heavy.
weight from New Orleans,' La.,
and 'German and European
heavyweight champion Beint
Neuhaus. Neuhaus scored ,a 10
round'!decision over,'Joey Maxim
of Cleyelend, Ohio, two ,,, weeks
ago. r, ,,
had 444 aeries and Y. Hodge
finished will). a 441 for the best
two ,lewelers scores.'" B.; More,:
house hdd the, best siries for the
night with a 508 and J. Garza
helped with 402 but it, was only
good for one point.
Lai Mascots 3; Volkswagen 1
Rounding up the "first division"
teams is La Mascota. They had
to, fight a determined Volkswagen
team and managed to finish a..
head three to one. M. Nunes fin.
isheo u 4a1 w-ries while F.
Aguilte helped v.0.7i 408 for the
winners. J., Vasquez, anchor Man
for Volkswagen,' finished with 463
and C. Paoli had a 393, but V.
Bolado is coming up and he was
only one pin behind Paoli.
.,, : Rode lag 1 I
,
,Rambler of Hun Mothrs could
not afford to loose any ground on
the top three teams, so they real.
ly went all in for the "c lean
sweep" but they had to cope with
the "spirit" and "determination"
of the Rodelag team Wu" the ef,.
ficient !rolling" ,of Rinn, Arriola
and Davila and they could not
take the third game. Preciselv,
it was E. Arriola with a 457 se.
ries and A. Davila with a 39g
the best effort for the Rodelag
team, M., Serna's 472 and R, La.
Grange's 442 were the best series
for the Ramblers.
RCA, VICTOR
RCA 'VICTOR
, ALL BRANDS
ALL BRANDS
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light with a 508 and J. G a r z a - '' - ' '' ....,
wiped with 402 but it, was only
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La 1 Mascots 3, Volkswagen I 4', ,t ,
' Rounding up the "first division" ': ",'.,''',' "'
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tams is La Mascota. They had ''
o fight a determined Volkswagen '- )? ' '' i
tam and managed to finish a.. -. .. ''''' . L -,
lead three to one. M. Nunes fin. .'xl,..:, , ,,'. ;: i ., ... ' ,, ,-- ', ''',.., ,',
she,' will u 461 enries w h i 1 e F. "' ' '- s 7- - N' - ,,' '' 4 -- t
kgubte helped vi'.T a 408 for the --- --1 -',. '; 1, ' ---- '''' ' ' ';''''. ''''', ''' ; '' .-- '"'
winners., J,' Vasquez, anchor man ' '
'or Volkswagen,' finished with 463 Due to.yearly inventory our' Parts and ,Service, Des I
Hid C. Paoli had it 393, but V.
Bolador is coming up and he was : ' ''' 7. '' : :. '
)nly one pin behind Paoli. partments will be closed from.Monda'i:April 28,- till '1,
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, Thiirsday May.1 -Will be open Friday May - -. -.,,-
,Rambler of Hun Mothrs' could ., ,, .,. '. . .- ; ,,,, , - ., .' ' I
not afford to loose any ground on , : 7, -' ': '' ' ,. ' 1' ' ,'. -' . ' . '
the top three teams, so they real. ' ' - - I f
ley wenent aull in for the "c 1 e s n, 1.
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PARTS Et SERVICE DEPARTLIEFIT --.?: ''''; a
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ries and A. Davila with a '398
the best effort for the Rodelag
.., ', (THE 'AUTOMOBILE SALES AND ACCOUUNTING '1' t''
' DEPARTMENTS WILL BE. OPEN AS USUAL) ,.
team, M., Serna's 472, and R. La,. ''
Grange's 442 were the best series ' ' '
for the Ramblers.
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' .AT ORECHA'S ,', ' Lr RECORDS ' ''
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Now is the time to IcMy RECORDS
Now is the time to save MONEY
Now is the time to go to GRECIIA

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FOR SALE 141 Roundbout
teat trailer, 10 HP, Motor gas
cans, life savers, See under 234-
Coco Soh).
FOR SALE 712 horse power
Eight boat inotor Ulm now. 1.
j00.00 Qtn 3171 Al ',rook 86..
71$7, Uriba.
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- NEW YORK, April 26 (UP)
Los Angeles Dodgers pitchers ma
be taking their lumps but their
International League buddies at,
Montreal are going tine down
on the farm,' ,
For 'the second straight- night,
a Montreal Royals pitcher tossed
a one-hitter against the Miami
Marlins., Bob Gaillombardo turn
ed the 'trick last night as the Roy.
als beat the Marlins, 4.1, in IO
innings. Don Landrum's fourth in.,
ning double was the onlr Miami
hit. The' Royals wonlit with three'
runs in the 10th to drive out los loser
er loser DallaS Green.
Tom LasordaolMontreal
Ached an 1L0 victory against Mi.,
ami Thursday nightalso with, a
one.hitter. The two great pitching
performances stretched the MOIL
treat winning streak to six games
,and kept the Royals in first place
a half game in front of the Ro Rochester
chester Rochester Red Wings
, 1
Rochester blanked the Rich.
mon&- Virginiana; 10, as winner
Dick Ricketts and loser Johnny
James';-oatched five-hitters. The
Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Ha Havana
vana Havana Sugatlings; 5-3, despite a
tworun hot'mer and three other
-hitiby Luis Zayas of Havana: The
Columbus at Buffalo game
pOstponed because of cold wath.

Due t&yearl inVentory our' Parts and ,Service De.
, partments Nir. ill be cloied from Monday, 'April 28, till

br8day Marl. Will be open Friday May' 2.
PARTS Et SERVICE DEPARTMENT
,
moTonEs COLPAN Sy Al
(THE 'AUTOMOBILE SALES AND ACCOUUNTING
DEPARTMENTS WILL' BE OPEN AS USUAL)

1,06.., riOday:April...Z

(Serie LPM)
(Ser 01 a
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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX CRISTOBAL. C.X.
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;Wanted EXPERIENCED NURSE.;
, MAID two children. Must live
on. References required. Apply
afternoons Mr. Steiner cio Mar-
tin. S.A.. calls 50, corner Ven.;,
smith Avenue, Bella Vista.
3-7116.
,
,WANTED Housemaid,',
30 years, to sleep en premises.
All housework, recommendation
needed. Apply 45th Street No.
WANTED Experionced cook'
Must hats recommendations
and health card.,Phons
, ,t
WANTED Mosel 'ingine 50
to 100 h.p., marine or station station,
, station, ary.- Phone, Door. 3-7086. yia
" Espaaa No. 54. Apt. 6 upstairs.
V
WANTED 1952-43 Inman
' 4-door sedan. Cana( Zone 'ear.'
, Curundu., Phone 2244. t.

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Joe Judge was the 'fold t',4
, .,, 1 ,, blek at first base for the ,V,,,,,,I.
D, ,, ington Senators for 18 seas.
rug-Fed Pigeons 'Joe starred both at bat
Return. afield, topping .300 in 10 cid
To Pris ent seasons and leaditig 0
I., . .,,,,..-' league's fielding first base ,; i
PARIS (UP) City police eight different times. Joe w.,,3;!
frankly admitted today that their member of Washington's first t ii
fivemontkold ,"'drugged gr ai n", nennant winners in 1924.25, hi
campaign to rid Paris of its, pi,Aing ',385 1 in the 1924, Ser;
geon nuisance was a total flop..., against the Giants to lead all ba
- I, ; 4 't ters in the seven games that yo
Thousands of qrowsy pigeons as Washington WW1. He movee
which. had nibbled ,grain soaked the Dodgers In 1933 and. to ',..
in a special sleeping potion were Red Sox in 1934 for his final se
gathered up and released in areas SOff,' : ':;,1
far from the city.. ,f -.: ..
4., N , 4,.., ,, ,;.,..,., Whatever happened to I,
'-',But pracitiCallY al14,-th'e:, bird Judges No'o';, 63, be still. livia
s,...
recognized by bands attached -to Washington:where he is in pub',
their legs --. are back at -their relations work for a nation,
favorite roosting spots- in Paris, brewer and, in the sprini
police confessed. It is illegal to coaches Georgetown Universit
kill them.' - - baseball.-- ,
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IS FCR SALE
TELEPHONE 2-0743
WANTED Dependable radio I
repair technician, steady work, t
good 'pay.' Apply in person at
Rats lec 01 lar, 7 714-Street, aft aft'
' aft' or 4 p.m.
SERVICES
-minute car wash SI. steam
cleaning el motor $S. waxing of
cars $15. Anto-Bahe., Trans-isil
nib's Highwav near Sears. I
TEI.EVISION SERVICE Fro.
Transportation. April' SpociaL I
SaiWi day Service. Crawford A-
geodes Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.'
111-20, Tel. 2-1905.' )
TY. SET OWNERS. Avail your.,
self of the best for your TN. (
U.S. TELEVISION offers factory
trained technician plus no pick-.;
' up Ansi delivery charges. Phone
Panama 3,760T.
TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability.,
- honesty, and customer satisfae satisfaeion.
ion. satisfaeion. NO SERVICE CHARGE this;
month ,unly. FREE ESTIMATE
'before repairs.- Ask for MISTER
TV. Phone Panama 2-3142.
CAMERA REPAIRS. -All ru-'
' all work guaranteed. Callq
TERS 101 Colon. 8057' t
Street.
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'11EPORTATI(
"-Heikki la star
Finland, afte
been deporte
affiliations.
knew no 'Fir
, nouneed that
with." It Ile
' -Dramatic
Ends As
- SAN FRANC
matic trans .J
, comes to an e
' Communist W
rives by plane
a brief period
his native Fit
In Washingh
Dam P. Rog
-confidence thal
, to prevent "an3
dents from hal
, Rogers said
Service erred
with Heikkilei
a -federal Judg
straining ordel
bearings.
, Rogers had
tommenta on
Congress sho
istration prop(
' Ileath
,,,, This weathe

:IMPORTATION ORDER 'REVERSED Finnish-born William
-Heikki la stands at the passport examiner's window in Heisinki,'.
Finland, after a flight from San Francisco. Heikki la, 52, had
been deported from the United States for' past Communist'.
, affiliations. He arrived in Helsinki penniless. and said he
Anew no 'Finnish. The U.S. Immigration Service later 'an
nounced that he will be permited to return to the U.S. "forth-
with." It had previously defended' its .deportation order as :
, "proper." t

. .
- way:, .ryia ate Intense :IUndS t: IS
, ment.. ,- ident and secretary : of ;,,Agcnse 137,
overinvutging sentimensAi : at- --
- --- "proper." .! -. 1. l' : ": : ', more .a t h,o,t ktt over'. rY 4-- ---4. 4. ---4 -a -1"
:
"ap: ; :. : '11: She ,,, got to deet -or
Las,umcilLo: !AP uutmoueti,;. military
ma tiers- ; I ," '', ,m a chines and concepts. ,
: - : ...vv.. the: President befbre she ,, s !-if 'any, such. concents erste:o,
coo
"What olantoded; concepts are ,,,
: my a. 'In -- I te.ized ere.t agents. McElroy, said. be orobablv Id

hmatie TransAtlanfic ,Round
nds As' Dported Finn Reaches US.

. .. , . g jeee be eepe ately administered4 cw''.. ". 1-.:'. ., ''.. '' ': : , ; ''".' -, ,.
- -- -1 Pnysicians inaicatea it ..,,mi nt o, r
, ., ,,, ., ., -: .. .: --.;. '...,..'illS' Arm 'Photo) i
" trOm lett,. Pic. wesiey vance, ric. kcionara Lins, riC. ,Jonn Lapraae and. 41c, 1,ester, mn.-31ure. F,
' take some time to determine n e,r would give one man power to r-A-p,-.1,..,
, , condition. , A , . ...... ,f-k111777:77"''..!'.'is';'''''''' !.:'1 .!' : -,,' ,.. ', : -,'' '., -. ' ' ''' .-, '.!' '-':. -,, t 1 .',P,:!....,,;;'".".0''':, !- 1"-4, .,,.",. '- t
FRANCISCO (UP)A dra.I on the "dilatory tactics" used bY ' ...''', i ,' ,". '' .. '. -4 ., 11-....- ...',. ....,,,,,L,',.:- -.,- -A ,. - ,, : -. -., : , , ..,, -, ,: ; ,

0
SAN FRANCISCO (1.1P)---A dra
'matic trans Atlantic round-trip
, comes to an end today when ,ex..
Communist William Heikkila ar.
rives by plane from London after
a brief period of deportation to
his native Finland.
In Washington, Atty. Gen. 'Wi 'Wiliam
liam 'Wiliam '- P. Rogers has xpressed
-confidence that steps will be taken
to prevent 'any ,urther such' inci incidents
dents incidents from happening.
Rogers said the Immigration
, Service erred in going through
Avith Heikkila's deportation a,..ter
a -federal Judge had issued a re
straining order pending further
bearings. ,
, t. Rogers : had these additional
tomments on the case:
Congress should. appmve admin administration
istration administration proposals to crack down
Vleather
This weather report tor the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Bydrographic Branch of the
Panam Canal Company:
Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE:
High ...... 93 86
Low .. 75 SI
HUNIItorrItt.
High .... 89 85
Low 45 68
WIND:
, (max. mph) N-18 NE-20
RAIN (Inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(hiller harbors') 77 84.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27
s lifgh Low
'9:22 a.m., 3:26 a.m.,
- 9:50 p.m. 4:01 p.m.
Michael
52 BEST
PICTURE
AWARDS
& WORLD
WIDE --d
'HONO RS
EDWARD SMALL

I I Enefileetse'6tion I '.1 'I 14' -;. I fl
, I ""'Jul1 VRA,pew,11111.1 to:, yam.' pamewas afscnarged at Ft, Knox ruler or the( Muslims. I Ye

-
couver, witnout a pat or Ky., in December', 1957, He had --Dr. -Hashem, the Begu q:. , -The 'engineering branch of- thel
'eather. Or Not coat or chance to telephone his left a tong Beach, Calif.,' for.. legal representative here, said
, wife. From Canada, he flew to warding address. differences 'arose between the
m 8 Im""93"""""'""''r' Cirdinal c
. Office of the Signal ,Offieer
Washinoton, send an installar b 4, ",4,'plopAy
IV EKE EKEE
E EKEE D RELEASE,
, Finland, the country of his birth. ,,
Pegurn Ind the at eh tte.et .??.! 1 lec4.-to 1 :
, tion teabtoi.tp the, Canal Zone fo. r I 1.1.6. 2:57. 4:55. '41,152 2.,cl m'
' Heikkila came to thia it 11 rtt
. n AA seatA rantlgAztA AL,

it
. ..-- ,, -s. --.'',,, '-"'v '''' 1:15, Z:57, 4:55 4:53 414 pan. 1
4,U4t an sus& wa,q s& & la, as a im & t, tana
,a, ........... Heikkila' came to the' United Di Clcco said his sister claimed LESTER J. SOERHEIDE1, above, a the celebration of electronic equip ., ,, ,.. , i
, States at the age of two months, that the Army owed her $3,000 in whether he had compiled with
soecificationi in the tontract'for Panania'coordinator'for, ', Latin
The, we're' 'on. ..1,0n-ei ni. 06n
ment at both sitesC '' '', ; 0,78 -.:-.. 8,40 '' '.-P, :''' 1.
1 ,.. This weather report for the 24 He was a member o' the' Com, allotment checks.' ' F cing'Surger: ',-,,:,.
the memorial.
, hours ending 8 a.m. today, is munist Party from 1929 to.1939. During a recent ,Asit, he said, Dura was being Paid in install. last aPpearance in a Canal Zone
, . .! Atnerican Missionsovill make his
..,.. No men, are required to operate
prepared by the meteorological He has been fighting deportation Mrs. Finch told him of her plan ments. 'The Begum ordered the pulpit tomorrow Avhen he 's will i a lona a . o
0 ,. the air 118v.0 t. 1 id B th
, units. are.self.contained an.; self. I Of Monte Corin'Atif hn AA i
and Hydrographic Branch of the for the past 11 years. to see the President personally in Daymenta stowed, until an 'en. Fi.Seiliol'i (I 1' ' .- '''' ''''' I :.
deliver the sermon at thi 10 CM.' ,. ,, I ,

aay ne TOICI 1 ner efforts to get the allotmPnts I gineer appointed by the Pakistani
Kanatims Await Vumpalix 1 JUULILIUTI Inurs wantea to ao
services at Fort Amador ChaPeL ROME, April- 26- (UPISamuel' containe and selLoaerated, but I 1 I r I
WaS to make I I
Balboa Cristbal newsmen, "It has all been dread- He said he warned her SI. t I E
ns mbassy had reoprted on th et ,'The Rev:' Saerheide is the man- 1 Cardinal Stritch, Roman Catholic 'they .have momloring facilit. I

TIMPERATURE: 1 tunAmet,s1114, ail., 1...;V:aptb..t0 oo. ge; 1 the vim but that she replied "I'm 1 technicit aspecti .of the contro'llager of the ,Editora Caribe 'book- l Archbishop of Chicago, waS rush- ies: wit the 'towar ,at Howard 3 money1.?.-.., I 1

.... so 1 1 iu u-y IL IWYWaY- versv. -,; store. ana, auxiliary clap ,; ed to a hospitai toaay tor emer r leni '' sk, 1

.
SOO

Low .. .. .. 75 SI L1.b,, Army carom:stall, ,,' Isesioes gency treatment to relieve a 'se. ine tvwt tronsmItzer, operates '.,...,, .. .4, .- ,"',.,,,
. HITINI1DrrYt, ,. j ,
-
7
ointArmy;Wide'Ahnual Fun Campaign , ,
' these duties and his work with the rious''' blood clot in his right fore. the principle ,of providing 560 seri. -- .' , -,., t ,,
Latin Am e r i c a n Missions, ',he ar ; .. 0- '- --' -, -, arste beams (one for eaph de ree .',. ,,. ' Cinema-- l',.
High ,.. ... .. 89 Sa has conducted a bible class at the ,s- :.. ,:.1. : ,, :, .,,, of the compass), on any one ,- of ', Z. ; 0. 'I,' scope ..,-; i'
Tivoli Guest. House, each Sunday 1 kliacaticaprsource said imme. which a pilot may elect to. fly
.
WIND: o 'Begin. ay 1- on' tin''''tie--.' n'ti '' 6-ibt , ,i e rt. Techni- !I
, evening for. the past two. yearS: diate "surgery Amight be required either towards., or away from' th ,,,, ,.2.. ( ..
, (max. mph) N-I8 NE-20 He was also on the executive com to prevent gangrene but -talk of stattoh, .- .
, , CO r., I
I ,' mittee for Billy Graham I recen amputation was 'premature.",,., This then allows a means of
. RAIN (Inches) ,, 0 0 "Crusade hi Paname." The 70-year.old American arm eAlecting a desired "road" which ,'"71:1 ,,z,:,,,?!."."N ,'':
WATER TEMP! , The Joint Army-wide annual ffunds necessary tn normft 1.Aaa 'otirseal. 044111n not 1 14s A NM .4,........,A .A.'.....1.00 ,,
Although his home is in Phil.. ed in Italy only 'yesterday' to take theoretically.never changes its po. i ,, k i),. 1,.....

7,- tinnpr harhnral ' I fund campaign for.,, the. -Army nzencies tn I sas'.,:::7 4-4.11"11' 1 adelphia, he- came toe! Panamal up. a new imPortant Post as' '..F0-1sITI?n' over the grountt-,';:,,.. I -,,Yil : 1

- v Emergency Relief and the ArmY without s, tv,A.1 Wit nisi.' lag L CCAILCIILa
incurring an annual de- renewed every threewyne'at'rns. 11111
from the Latin American Mission leader of tbe Sacred Congregat.lon The 1119R also prov.Idee
"
SUNDAY APRIL 27 Relief Society will begin in U.S. licit and to- keep all members of Wa8 founded in 1900 for the por. in San lose, Costa Rica. He will for the Propagation oo the Faith. a mesns whereby. using aircraft c"
Army Caribbean May I and run the Amoy informed concerning pose of assisting needy widows
Low leave .the Isthmus 'in June, ac .lamed Italan J surgeon Pletre are able to position themselves Ct, r
" nigh .00 thrnilab CdtriZir. 'kW az --a enmnanind hv him wifn and ;Inn Valdnni visited Cardinal Stritch accurately' for instrument annrna

- 9:50 p.m. 4:01 p.m. me campaign is nem to raise' they and their families MIN re- in----;;;,-;;;;;i7-77 77 .77, 1 0,tieyCo fUr .11. Vittatiopl; to.11t1 WII,LC9 I !Via iiiii g 1 rty.,,Ltau:vaL u lit:. tiletittPLI ity ir r t lk I A; 1

' ' 1 ,' Iceive from these agencies;-,.:,,, ibtates anareassignment... itne resmence ot poem's 1111111 111410 1,1113 111 accompusnen neces I
ciindvino in RAmp I girtges gPleatinn, land pinca eA 1 i I

,. ,, VSARCARIB project officer Is F
, In Lt. Col. Walter E. Stlelau of the TWO RULES- AT CONVENTION -7j ,' ,, ,. ',,erence to 'a pretermined -beam 16-444.-,.------44-444... .'- '''s ','",
.
' ATLANTIC CITY' NJ (UP)- He advised immed!ate trans. (called a radio) whilts 1 e t i I n 2
riendship' POI. Ail , ,. . ,,
'-"I o's E. 11 ' 1'
, ' ,N -1 ( comptroller's Office, TIS, Army
THEWORLD'S ,,' .10: .' ''' P I I, ,' caribbean. Chairman of the p ''' - The League of Viomen Voters portation of the Cardinal ,.to his dipm towards .the ',runway: at' a '''''' ..'', 1, ' -', ',z., i
1 MOST Michaertodd'i N r w,t. I' campaign committee Is Col. r t A T A It Z :. A L- L
op,- Thomas J. Henderson: Judge Ad- opened its national convention to. own clinic of Sahatrix. given rate of descent. ', ''' a' ) '
iewie v day with these two rules: 1.) Stritch was helped into a Um. Prior to the aircraft's arrival at
nt 'd TA Ike
the clinic the apintrorietocheiveonsdbootfhrouroraoyl. a3o6d. ,.,, b , ,,, ., ,..
,
' ROSSO:MO '',, 8 IT, blyn Is I
, Delegates must not. svear their ousine and driven to
u"stottlerb
es prowsaw ' i--,00"-' vocate Section, USARCARIB, and B s .,i
, spring, hats' at the meetings. 2.) in the northwest part-of the city. rieht,
, U.S. Army Caribbean custodian
Y oviet veterans
. No resolutions.' on ,'public issues Hi' arrived there at 11145' a.m. a visual signal fron the 75-mega 'BRAZZI' ,,', 'JOHNS i
, SHOW -- : of the (Panama Area) Branch', i ,.
, ,- are to be proposed or adopted.; and ,was put,,to, be. ,c1,,. t r, s'. cycle, beacon' !t,yenado Beach.
. o --. Emergency Relief Fund Is Capt.
, WASHINGTON (UP) Five ,' - ', ..' ,: '' -. .-,' ; '' ''''' ' -' ' ' -,- .. ,,',. '-'". ''-' '- ''.
' '. Op Wyat,t E. Hen,. : ,.. , ,
, Soviet veteran of the World War -,. 2.. .,, Y, ., ,-, ', ; 411aoCZZ:eimete ;- ,, ,,, ,; . ',- :. ,' r ;' ,,,,,
52 BEST ..etIblit
,
0 The commanding officers of IL. Elbe River linkup gave Presl.
,
d the
PICTURE , . LI-- -- It
, will appoint post' proiect offi- r,mien.dship tbowl yesterday and
,
,
,
- ".. staff sections and sepaarte Vt. Awe Russian veterans e a m e , , ,.,..., .,,, .. --- . ,
1
.; : Fort Amador, Fort Clayton dent Eisenhower a Russian NI N.
n a...4A, - - Fort Kobbe and ,, Fort Gulici :I
AWARDS II) svished hini the best of health. , ..
TODAY-Torionnoti 4 ,111 DOULILE FEATURE in
, a WORLD , 13.. 64"W 7 cers whil chiefs ,of special ' ' 6 c --
' '''. and ElONDAT ,, .,, ., 'D.: 3c, .,, IIEE1(-ErlD RELEASE
here ,for a week long reunion ,.., ..,,;,..71.et 011 ; ,,,,,. ,4',.,. rt,; Fp ,,I, .. , ,,,
WIDE -- B E L L A- -VI S-TA' with Anieripan veterans of the
bordinate, commanders -.w-to
, ;i44, i'",,' lt,,t) ,-,444414.,,,. --- i T: OR. Ist.'FROpAMGETsHorFBLTEVANsGH'is-T-'0"Ry-:17::::: ,:": i, 1
' are located at'' Fort Clayton
first, me.eting of Soviet and U.S. ',
" ' ' 0 MAY 1st; -,,-;- : will appoint .' project officcts
. .. I
Ttoo,s,iniGermany 13 years ago.
NW 'for their respective sections or
fed at the ,.
46" '''''' 4 -11 (14:1 ' '' ''', SCOTT' BRADY :. ANNE BANCROFT'in. ,-
units. These project officers w'''!Ie "wl was Presen. ,,,
. ' ' ' ' ' -"",'" will select military personnel-- lute House by Boris Nikolaevich ,..
, Kampov.Polevol and accepted by ,V.
. .. '-,... as keymen. ,
. l.,
Col. Robert L., Schulz, the Prest
dent's military aide. 1 I 14 -14-4S-' i '
.e, o
. ' In 1957 members of this COM
da PRICES:, .75 -.AO,.
, ., .,t ., 7 .,
4
1 1 1 1 i r
1
)
t it.. v 4..
mom
- TODAY. mend or their dependents util utilized
ized utilized 125035 of Army Emergency ,
, '
.
Schulz told the visitors the I
i
4.-4,,,,,,,, 4. ,,,,, Relief fu'nds in e, total '' of 165 ,,,,i 1 ,1,11 bl-ituhl-t'l ...'", .'
President I was sorry he had ,,, Nif
, I )2 4.0g 030, 9:00 p.m. cases. The goal set for 1958 here scheduled, a weekend trip to Au.
is not less than 15 per cent if il, ,
gusta, Ga. before lerning of the k.. :
0,,w, Tnh"is dr 4-....' 34 I.
r ;4586srPAI, -, the amount spent for assistance d the Presi. .., ..,
..;4' '?'' -e. during the Past year or a mini- tire,!entaoutilen. ;&i41-1 k 4 t
w d bellep-iseaased with the ,:. ,,,..Z4,,,Z.1'-'t41-41,k. is ...,
l ,,..''';' 1 L IN ''''.0,eeter MUM goal of $3755. The 1958,Ar7 agftZ, , .,
a wooden, bowl syltho red ,, ,A0s1,-,.- ..., ..-"' Ike--k, ', '''' N ,
' '''"). 1, (-2) 1 '' .dcot,e1it nTeWniCitift:aWlel; telr. 4?0.1:; A rM' y andogold lace er wh h ts p .--,, ,,,,,t;--,,,,,i,,,t ,..,-";,,,, N'''',,g,
,e,e:,IC ..,,,,,7, --, v-,.., -- -., t t
nit a group In a t o k e ii of ,,, ) e
' giV ,A, tr
,,
.
1 0 t li 1 Chief of Staff, said, Urge your ;rirendship. , .4.-,.. i,. .', ) .1)'14..., .. ., ,,,
'
, k.
' ..;:.16) I
w
,,,, le generous support as I pledge my , ,,, , '31' tC ''''. AS
,14 a
4, ''.4;W,,kki ,
4 i
,
'1? i C 4 fr; i k8B f ' ' ."' .)
' Kampov ,' Polevoi made the pre.
..........-wwer, '' ". 4,T -i ...? ',4,
' i
J cctyf iRtsefielvfnis" e;t- &ens were r having a. pleasant '... ',7-7..is, .0,..;', ,,,, ,,,.., ,
,
,
' 1
ive relies on contribu- 2entation "vnth ,our best wishes ,,,.,,,. ,,- k,..,
4 ,..
i i 1 1 11, 11 I 4 tions from members of the Ar,-,
'4i -') S es el s 1 ; ard best 'health" to the President. 0.0-.; ', '''e '', e )
my. The slogan of AER is "The c u z. 8 e 1 fi ;
S h I aid h hoped the Rus I.,,,J v 112.11 ohlty,s11-44;- tio1;1
' 3 j A rAmrym tya kEems ocragreen
2 Vi'1;111311'1;4111,141
1 11.1 1. i .s ,.
visit. ,- , , .,200, 4, )
, ., ,,,,,
, , , .,. . . ", plained in AR 910-10. In relation ,,, ,. , ' ,, , w,,,,, .1,1., s
i
EDWARD SMALL MUMS . : s
' r '4'1 'TYRONE POWER
I
,., to fund raising it state: "It is
' the long established policy t The veterans visited Arlington , eft
- Cemetery to lay a wreath at the ; F ' 'IT KILLS BuT ncANNor, .,
,
'' ''': PIARLENEDIETRICH AER not to solicit contributions
from sources outside of the Ar-
my, and when unsolicited con- tbmb of the unknown soldier. : 0,:', .1,1,4.. ,. ' d' -- BE KILLED!'
.
They wound up their reunion ,, i, t";,,i k,,, 7 ,..c I r
with a 'dinner Friday night .at i,',,....,' , 4k ... ,, ...-- ,... ..
t t .. '''' : CHARLES LAUGHT011 tributions are accepted, it la on- which Col,. Waldron E.. Leonard, i 'r - 0., .'l .- 17 11
' ly with the Understanding that commander of the Department of ..'f.,,',', I NA' .- 4",,, Arti. -. .. ,', it 7
J ,. a ,,,,,,
:..:' : ,, ,.1, I 4 ''..". 414; ;''. : :: :11:: ',.1k, :14, ? iis V ''. -,,THE''. R STIE ::',.D EED
, : So . , ' ' the name of AER is not USed in Veterane-Affairs of the District of
any -roamer by..ihe-donor -tor Columbia,. was guest.sPeaker-.......
FOR
' I ti I II T ti E S 9 THE PROSECUT10.11
i any purpose of gain or advan- ..loseph Polowsky, secretary of
" tage to the donor or any activi- the American Elbe Veteran, all. ---,..,,,A;.:.scitisterntorltsr, ;......,...,inEASTMAN-'---..---- 4.
' T 0 D-A Y ' TOM CON
'. PICTURE! ' ' ' '''' i
' COLOR! ,'
' ties or business with which he is ed for "a new birth of concilia. iment
. NOTE: SEE THIS PICTURE FROM THE BEGINNING'
' or Might e connec e : t on en , amou na.
b t d" .- i d friandshio"
- , At 11 :00 p.m. ' 1311Alt1 MACIIII!ci. --:-------
WAY in ,
. ,,,, ---------..., The ArMy Relief Society Is Hons. 1 . -,
,
..........--....,
,
,
. ,
,
,
- --- ..,

SWIPP
TYRONE POWER
'MARLENE DIETRICH
CHARLES LAUGHTON

is

itliTtIESS FM PROSECUTION'
NOTE: SEE THIS PICTURE FROM 'THE BEGINNDIG!

on the "dilatory tactics" used by
aliens in fighting deportation,
There should be an end to de.
portation litigation after the "full
Judicial process." In Heikki la's
case the matter had been through
the Supreme Court.
The-Immigration Service should
havp issued arr announcement ex.
planting the long.pending Heikkila
case.
Heikkila's attorney., Lloyd Me,,
Murray, planned to seek, a con;
tempt citation in federal district
court against District Immigration
Director Bruce Barber and Assist,.
ant Director Stanley Olson.
McMurray also hinted he, might
'ile suit for $5000 damages to re
pay' Heikkila for embarrassment
and loss of ineomi.,,
--Five immigration agents picked
up Heikkila last Friday as be left
his job and flew him 'to,,Van 'to,,VancoUver,
coUver, 'to,,VancoUver, 13..C., without a hat or
coat or chance to telephone his
wife, From Canada, hp flew to
Finland, the country of his birth.
Heikkila' came to the' United
States at the age of two months,
He was a member o' the' Com,
munist Party from 1929 to,1939.
He has been fighting deportation
for the past 11 years.
Li London Thursday he told
newsmen, "It has all been dread dreadful
ful dreadful and all I want.to do is get
home to my wife."

1 Latt,..11.",,,,,g2,17.I.,,,,y7 !12 41;teto 1 igmy aalu.. ,somlyr.
Y mat Memorial to the former spiritual I ; 1 t Toe ;quit )s Deing mstailea on IFort Kobbe and the USARCARIII 11'1111 LI

Joint Army-Wide
To Begin May 1

The Joint Army-wide annual
fund campaign for', the 'Army
Emergency Relief and the Army
Relief Society will begin in U.S.
Army Caribbean May and run
through September.
The campaign is held to raise
' I , I4 t,
Todd's
PRICES; .75
4:0g. 030, 9:00 p.m.
1 ;.401,5'
11-M1 -41
MIMI

I me. a- me I "' .' ,,LAA,. I tit-Lir-mum tit v.( Mtlilltr Army 41.. TT4-...11 I 41..1.. ....1.Litotot oe. ank 1-11,11.1 I Priem, 1.1 4 amok ,n,41, 1 A'

UE-JdUIE. 1111Z11

" '44.41 -f7
Nr.Aft 4,
' Woinen are always being token
in, either by men or by girdles...
Woman Who Tried
Tie. Eiiiikofi.e(
Under Mental Tesis
'WASHINGTON (UP)--A former
night club dancer who tried to
complain to President Eisenhower
about not receiving her husband's
Army allotment checks under
went psychiatric tests today at
District of Columbia Hospital
Doctors said the woman, ,Mrs,
Edith Finch of Brookline, Mass.,
told them she tried to intercept
the President 'rhursday because
"she was unable to -get satisfac
lion" from the Defense Depart
,
She got to withlwisix feet of
the President befbre she was
seized by Secret Service agents.
The presidential party was Jew,
ing, the Smithsonian Institution at
the time.
Mrs. Finch was taken to, Dis District
trict District of r-lumbia Hospital where
she was aced under observation.
Physidians indicated it might
take some time to determine h e r
condition. ,-
In Dorchester, Mass.,' her broth
er, Louis Di Cicco, who owns a
small Brookline barbershop, told
newsmen the 010-year-old woman
toured the nation for several
years as a, night club dancer
under the name of "Ginger Car.,
roll."
Mrs, Finch gave Di eicco's bar,.
bershin address' as her home, He
said she suffered a nervous break
down eight months ago and was
hospitalized for several weeks in
New York City. He said t h e
medical bills consumed all her
savings.
He said she was married, to a
James E. Finch for about three
years but that the couple had
split up more than a year ago. The
Army said a soldier by that
name Was discharged at Ft. Knox
Ky., in December', 1957, He had
left a Long Beach, Calif.,' for..
warding address.
Di Cicco said his sister claimed
that the Army owed her $3,000 in
allotment checks.
During a recent ,visit, he said,
Mrs. Finch told him of her plan
to see the President personally in
her efforts to get the allotmPnts.
He said he warned her aginst
the plan but that she replied "I'm
going to try it anyway."-
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t 1 Tne oresiaenuar parry x.vas. Jeav, i eliminate. them under pow- ers he
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The defense. seeretarv conferre41 rersonnet, tile flgtneer Company (Combatl, attached' to
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funds necessary to permit these
agencies to continue operation
without incurring an annual de-
licit and to- keep all members of
the Army informed concerning
the financial assistance which
they and their families may re-
ceive from these amencies
agencies to cofitinui operation
without incurring an annual de deficit,
ficit, deficit, and to- keep all members of
the Army informed concerning
the financial assistance which
they and their families may re receive'
ceive' receive' from these agencies.'
USARCARIB project, offlier Is
Lt.' Col. ,Walter E. Stlelau of the
Comptroller's Office, U.S. Army
Caribbean. Chairman of ; the
campaign committee is Col.
Thomas J. Henderson: Judge Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate Section, USARCARIB, and
U.S. Army Caribbean custodian
of the (Panama Area) Branch
Emergency Relief Fund is Capt.
Wyatt E. ;
- The commanding officers of
Fort Amador, Fort Clayton,
Fort Kobbe and 4 Fort Gulick
will appoint posU proiect offi--
cers, while ',chiefs lit special
staff sections and sepaarte rt.&
bordinate,, commanders
, are located ,,, at'. Fort Clayton
; will appoint prelect literal
for their respective sections or
units.; These proleet officers
will select military personnel--
as keymen.
, In 1957 members of this.,com this.,command
mand this.,command or their dependents util utilized
ized utilized $25,035 of 'Army EmergencY
Relief funds in a total of 18&
cases., The, goal set for 1958 here
is not less than 15' per cent if
the amount spent for assistance
during' the Past year or a mini minimum
mum minimum goal of $3755. The 1958 Army-wide
goal is ,$600,000.'
, Oen. Maxwell D. Taylor,'Army
, Chief of Staff, said, urge your
' generous support as I pledge my
own.",
,, This drive relies on Contribu Contributions
tions Contributions from members ;of the Ar-.
my. The Slogan of AER, is "The
Army takes care of, its own."
Army Emergency Relief is ex explained
plained explained in AR 910-10. In relation
to fund raising it state:' "It ,Js
the long established Policy of
AER not to solicit contributions
from, sources outside of the Ar ArmY,
mY, ArmY, and when unsolicited con contributions
tributions contributions are accepted, it is on only
ly only with the Understanding that
the name of AER is not used in
any-malmu,. by..ihe-donDr for
any' purpose of gain or advan advantage
tage advantage to the donor or any activi activities
ties activities or business with which he is
or Might be connected." ."
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WASHINGTON (UP) -- Defense
Secretary Neil H. McElroy said
yesterday he hoped Congress and
the administration could agree on
a compromise. version of Pres.
Eisenhower's disputed military
reorganization bill.
McElroy wound up four days
of frequently stormy tesfimony
before the House Armed Services
Committee on a note of sweet,
ness and light.
-, Committee members said they
objected to the President's bill as
written but believed it could be
reworded to satisfy both sides.
McElroy cautiously agreed.
"There is an opportunity here for
quite a good deal o fmutual work.
ing'out of language," he said.
The 37-member committee ad adjourned
journed adjourned until Monday when it will
question Gen. Nathan F. Twining,
chairman4 of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff. and Gen. Thomas D. white,
Air Force chief of staff.
McElroy admitted under ques..1
poning he could not name ant
of the ,"outmoded military NHL 1
eeptsft which Eisenhower said
would' be eliminSted under the
nion,- It would give,both the Pres.
ident and secretat7 of 'defense
more a u t r 1 ty over military
matters. t '
It" any such conceots existed,
McElroy said, be probably could
eliminate. them under powers he
now bolds.
Chief committee eounsel Robert
W.. Smart said some congressmen
felt a clause deleting the require,
ment that the three armed sem,.
ices be "separately administered"
would give one man power to
Court Freezes Bank
Funds 01 Beaun
Pending lettlememl
, CAIRO (UP) ,A Cairo court
yesterday froze the bank funds of
the Begum Khan pending settle.,
ment of a dispute over the $280,,
000 mausoleum for her late hut
band, Aga Khan III, at Aswam
in southern Egypt.
The. Cairo commercial coat put
lien on the Begum's account
in the National Bank of Egypt on
the petition of 'Mohammed Dura,
the architect who is building the
Memorial to the former spiritual
ruler of the( IsmaiT Moslems.,
Dr. Zaki Hashem, the Begum's
legal representativm here,- said
differences 'arose between the
Begium and the, rehl te ct on
whether he had complied with
specifications in the contract'for
the memorial. ,
Dura was being paid In Install.
ments. 'The Begum ordered the
paymenta stopped, until an en.
gineer appointed by the Pakistani
Embassy had reoprted on t h e
technical aspects of the contro.
closely affiliated : with AER
through agreements which are
renewed every three years. It
was founded in 1900 for the pun.
pOSO of assisting needy widows
and orphans of Regular Army
personnel.'
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Frien ship Bowl
,
Prisinie'd To Ike
By $oviet Veterans
WASHINGTON Five
Soviet veterans of the World War
Elbe River linkup gave Presi.
dent Eisenhower a Russian
"friendship bowl yesterday and
wished hint the best of health.
' The RUSSiatt veterans ,eame
here Jot a week long reunion
with Anteripan veterans of the
first meeting of Soviet and U.S.
Ttodtsti ini Germany 13 years ago.
The bowl was Presented at the
white House by Boris Nikolaevich
Kampov.Polevol and accepted by
Col. Robert L., Schulz, the Prest
dent's military aide.
' Schulz ,told the visitors the I
President was sorry he bad
scheduled a weekend trip to Au.
gusta, GC before learning of the
presentation. He said the Presi.
dent would be pleased with the
gifit,, 41 wooden'. bowl with red
and gold lacquer which is pasted
among' a group In a token of
friendship., , ,
Kampov Polevoi made the pre.
sentatiom "with Aur best wishes
ard best -health" to the President.
Schulz. said he hoped the Rus
Slane were having a pleasant
visit.
The veterans visited Arlington
Cemetery to lay a wreath at the
fomb of the unknown soldier.
They wound un their reunion
with a dinner Fridav night at
which Col, Waldron E. Leonard,
commander of the Department of
Veterans Affairs of the District of
, Columbia was guest.speaker,......,
, Joseph. Polowsky, secretary of
the Anierican Elbe Veterans, can.
ed for "a new birth of concilia.
Non and friendshio" among na nations.'
tions.' nations.'

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, CAIRO (UP) A' Clare court .' '-' 1 ,,',; ,,-: ...';,:4:'.: .' ...', ,;T be installed 'MI the Canal ,Zone,, : This will enablezglitiry 'air., and' ti,, SC'parate .known,,electronie' I
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resterday froze the bank funds of ,:-.i'.:;,i.',:',',''- :1 ,:,: ,,: i-,:,frf,,' "'''.; ::. '',,S1 '' ,r. .4 craft to. make- approaches tcr
lie Begum Khan; pending settle, i-,,,. 4- rz...,;;il .' :, 1 The' aid is:designed to provide ward during titnes of lowered ceil cleild'.-.,-;0'. ,, a ;tai.ile't-e,;111-in'e-cl.. ;Im illi, :,)
IptIM' 'atitude. This, would net be, i
nent Of a dispute over the $280.., i ef.,'',47t, user aircraft) vvith ,att'l additional lags-and visibility and wil,,1-213; e: i,s:
mossible -eircuins'a'rceS .' '. wherein
MO mausoleum for her late hat 1,'".'-2( ''.- means of closcin 'navigation' and 'pecially usefur during ,normal dry
iand, Aga Khan III, at Aawom ' 'f' i'''''' S- let-dowit facility, to Howard Field. season conditions ,,;,-
i
in southern Egypt. I V-' kl,. ',t i?,- '1 .. '' ... 14' '"- ' ''' ; ''' The- project is being installed 'by
The: Cairo commercial coat put ,, ,,:::-' s'; -i. It is' designed 'in tivo parts. a the USARCARIB Siln4 '.,','Seetioli 'radio lids -to r4vigation Were not:.
,
I lien on the Begum'a account ' ,,, ,, ..,-'-;-,-; TVOR .,(Terminal Very ',High Fre. and la
, r" 1 apProximately 60 per tent Trovid61 '2',, i.;' ,-'L 1 -'
in the National Bank of Egypt on ,,t- quency ,Ommrange) and i ,75-tne. complete to date. The yrecitt;red :: -,,.- '; ,,''' -7,- Y1 .,, ,-
. gacycle marker beacon 'transmit- constructin 'Work ',IS being', done ,. 4 ' : '' ' l' ; .'," ; .-4 4 ;. ' I.' i
the petition of 'Mohammed Burs, 11,:,:,:.,:-'
the architeet who is building the r
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spend 40 billion dollars in defense
"If we could attain our objec.
'Ave by some other legislative Ian.
guage there is no reason why we
shouldn't," McElroy said.
Smart 'said the bill -aswritten
would give the proposed new di.
rector of defense research and
engineering lull procurement au.
thority, instead of limiting it JO
the research field.

"If that ,,could he done in some
other way and' still give us what
we think we need, well all right,"
McElroy said; y
Smart asked it. it would be
"wise" to rewrie part of the .bill
to spell out precisely the powers
the commander of .unified
groundseker forces.
Rep. teon It.'" Gavin -R.Pa.)
said it was 'quite evident that
without any great difficulty we
are going to be able to conciliate
all these differences."
Committee counsel John R.
Blandfora brought up 'z President
Eisenhower's ,! -statement 'in t
speech lasC week that one sure
way to, waste defense' funds. is
"by overindulging sentimen'ai at.
tachinents to outmoded military
machines. and concepts.",
"What outmoded concepts are
being indulged today" he asked
McElroy, ,
The defense secretary conferre4
at length with his advisers and
finally replier!, don't ,thinir we
have .any big. things in mind to
do.,"
LESTER J.' SOERHEIDE1, shove,
PanaMa' eturdinator' for Latin
American Missions,. will make' his
last atpearance in a Canal Zone
pulpit tomorrow Avhen he 's will
deliver the sermon at the 10 CM.'
services at Port Amador Chapel.
:The Rev:' Soerheide is the man manager
ager manager of the ,Editora Caribe 'book 'bookstore
store 'bookstore and auxiliary chaplain for
U.S. Army Caribbean- Besides
these duties and his work with the
Latin American Missions, ',he
has conducted a bible class at the
Tivoli Guest House, each Stmday
evening for the past two years.
He was alsoon the executive com:
mittee for Billy' Graham's recent
"Crusade iti Paname,','
...Although his home IS in Phil..
adelphia, he came to Panama
from the Latin American Mission
in San lose, Costa Rica. He will
leave .the Isthmus 'in June, ae
companied by his wife and son,
Steve, tor a. vacation in the United
States and 'reassignment.
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TWO RULES- AT CONVENTION
ATLANTIC CITY,' (UP)
The League of Women Voters
opened its national convention to today
day today with these two ruler. xl.)
Delegates must not wear their
spring hats at the meetings. 2.)
No resolutions. on public s issues
are to be proposed or adopted.'
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,FINIsHINd TOUCHS rersenner:ot rhe 61.81i Bngineer', tornpanY (Cornbat)4 ittecheel to
the Att, Bettie' Group,' 20th i" Infantry, ,yort Koh oe!, add ; the finiehing ',touches Ito:the inarker,:
)3eacon Aransniitter, which has been construe i',ed at Venado. Beach fttuaway'l.,36,
right. The' USARCARIB Signal Section will instail the electronic equipmentAt
'frOrn, Wesler,, Vance Pre,. Richard Litts,yle.-,John Lapradesand,,Blo ,ester, ItICJibre.
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N Under construction, 110W by U.
S. Army Caribbean,. at Howard
Field,. Fort Kobbe; is the first
electronic, air navigational, aid to
be installed in.the Canal
, The' aid is esigned to ,provide
user aircraft) vvith ,an'i additional
means of- closcin navigation' and
let-dowlk facility. to Howard Field.
'It. Is g designed 'in two parts. a
,(Terminal Very High Fre Frequency
quency Frequency ,Omnirange) and a ,75-ine.
gacycle marker beacon 'transmit
ter; : :
The TYOR )s b'eing installed on
Cifdlital.:: Slri It
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ROME, April- 26.- (UP ISamuel
Cardinal Stritch, Roman Catholic
Archbishop of Chicago, was rush rushed
ed rushed to a hospital today for emer
gency treatment to relieve a 'se,.
rious''' blood clot "in his right fore,.
;7'
A'VacatiCan source said home..
&ate' 'surgery Amight be required
to prevent gangrene but -talk of
amputation was 'premature.".,
' The 70-year.old American &wrist'.
ed in Italy.only yesterday' to take
up a new important post as co coleader
leader coleader of the Sacred Congregation
for the Propagation oo the Faith.
.lamed Italan Jsurgeon Pietro
Valdoni visited Cardinal Stritch
this morning at 'Chicago House,"
the residence of priests from that
city' studying in Rome.
He advised Immediate trank
portation of the Cardinal to his
OWn clinic of Sahatrix.
Stritth was ,helpecl into a lim limousine
ousine limousine and driven to the clinic
in the northwest part-of the city.
He' arrived there at 11145 a.m.
and was put.,to bed,- i
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the southeast ,Infield of Ho Ward
and .he 75-megacycli beacon is
being located in line wiLkrunway
36-right at Venado Beach,
This will enable'inilitarY air,
craft to make approaches tcr 140,
ward during tittles of lowered cell,
ings-and visibility and will-be, es.
pecially usefuf during normal dry
season conditions. ;
.,The project is being installed by
the USARCABIB Signal 'Section
and is approximately 60 per tent
complete to date. The Teqtrred
construction 'Work IS being'. done
by the Math Engineer Company at
Fort Kobbe end the, USARCARID
Engineer Seetion.1- "z
The 'engineering branch nt- the
Office of the Signal, ,Officer in
Washington, send an installer
tion team to' the Canal Zone for
the celebration of electronic equip
ment et both sites..
No men. are required to operate
the air navigational aid. Both
units. are .selfsontained an self-'
containe and selfoperated, but
they :will ,haye monitoring facilit.
les- wit! ,, the tower ,at Howard
Field. -
The IVOR transmittir, operatee
the principle ,of providing 360 Bel).
erste beame (one for eaph degree
, of the compass). on any one of
which a pilot may elegt to. fly
either towards or away froni the
statioh,'
This then allows a means 'of
Aleeting a desired "road" which
theoretically never changes its pct.
sition over the ground., ,
The TVOR also proV1 ti e
a means 'wherebY using aircraft
are able to position themselves
accurately' for instroment approa
ches to Howard. Ihe method. by
which this is accomplished neves.
Isitates the selection, and close ad adolerimce
olerimce adolerimce to a pretermined -beam
(called a radio) whilejetting
down towards the 'runway: at' a
given rate of descent.
Prior to the aircraft's arrival at
the approach end of runway. 36-
riPht, it receives both an oral and
a visual signal fron the 75-mega
cycle beacon. at Venado Beach.

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