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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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quipment Begins

The work of converting-Canal Zone frequency-sensiVtive
domestic electrical equipment to 60-cycle current will
:be started Monday Morning in the Pacific area by the
::Consolidated Internatiotilll Electric Co., contractor,for the
,Pacific area conversion wor

, Notices have been sent toall hOuseholders whose
,:quarters aro included, in the conversion work slated for
' -the first week of wor'k. These include houses Ancon
jloulevard, Roosevelt Menus, ,and several sections. of Bal Baliboa
iboa Baliboa with the schedule followingthe overall plan announc announced
ed announced by,the contractor earlier. , ,
4' Conversion will start Monday uled for conversion Monday is the
Poorning in Quarters Nos. 579, 602, frequency sensitive. equipment
t14, 604 X, 608 X, 609, and 610 X located in the Balboa gasoline
on Ancon Boulevard..,Also ached-, station, the Grounds Maintenance

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Kindergarten and fast ,grade
Pupils, and all other eligible stu students
dents students who will attend the Canal
, schools in Latin American
munities fori the first time this
year, may register this week, it
has been announced by the Divi.
of Schools. ,
, ,(Registration for, these students
will be held in the Mee of the
,, principals of the schools each
morning from 8:30 o'clock until
noon until Friday. -,
Ages for the youngest groups of
new pupils have been defined as
,children who were five
years of age on April 1 1.958, are
eligible for .kindergarten4 e h
dren who were six' years of age
: on Apail I, 1958, are eligible for
, grade. Parents should pre-I
sent birth certificates, of their
'children when enrolling, pew' pu.,'
School aul', that
apprn '-? )
rrade 12
will 'ail t a xi. Lat,
in ,Amelcart C0111 this
1Fear Classes will start L, xtMon
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, iBERLIN4,(UP) -,.. A IL .,'Army
!court-martial yesterday convicted
, vs Soldier who spent five years iv
',Communist territorg l' mut.' sem
Pleneed him to 10 yeare imprison..
1 4nent and a dishonorable dia..
4 ocharge ',,
'' Pvt Arthur 1'; Shearer," 21, 'o
' ?Washington D.C. was 1 ound
''.,,guilty of desertion, associating
,
tw th Soviet agents 'and member.
:shiA in a group advocating tit e
' itiolent 'overthrow of the 1.1.S.'gov.
-trnment. Shearer pleaded guilty
, 404 did not testify.p ,, ,,
', .,4,He had deserted, from Ills gth
Infantry Itegiment on June 2.5,
, 1952. After spending eight months
n' West Berlin, he went to Com Com'
' Com' fnunist 'East Germany' and asked
, for asylum, Ile joined' the 'Free
German Youth" Communist or.
, fanization. i
. Last Feb. -15, be returned to 1
' 'West Berlin and surrendered. Ills
, Counsel told ,the court he-came i
back beeause, "he preferred a ,I.1
" S. jail to the so-called freedoms
' of a Communist nation,l, -, 1

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,,- ROME; April 29 (UP) Santuel
'Cardinal Stritch, cheerful 'despite
, !the loss of his right arm ht an
' emergency operation, was kept
under seaation today to ease the
.,,"..' throbbing pain. ' . .;
, .t. Doctors said his condition was
, ,timost, satisfactory" 'and ,church
sources said he WAS "anxious to
, get back.to worit.'''i -,' '''
, : ; AMputation of the '70-year-old
American churchman's right arm
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, ;above the elbow yesterday appar apparently
ently apparently saved his life. 'A blood clot
had cut off circulation to the lows lows.tr
.tr lows.tr portion Of his arm and-,,gasgrene
had set in.'
't, ..,' The operation was performed
. ',three days after the Chicago
'Archbishop arrived in Italy to
' .. bccome I'ro-Prefect of the Sacred
:' Congregation for the Propagation
, 1,of the Faith. The pm' Ail akes
1. ',51m the first native-born Arnett
.
, --,can to sit in the ruhng council of
' Alm Roman Catholic Church.
"'' A tube remained in the Cann Cann.",
.", Cann.", sal's, upper arm to .drala ;,' off
' 'waste- but medical Sources' said
i they expected no 'post-operative
'I Aomplications. , ,,,, ,-
'', Stritch: appeared in good 'spin 'spin;
; 'spin; Its. ,, - a
,,, ,.. "He is a model of courage,and
r-lpiritual strength," Msttn. Patrick
l' ,Ilayes, rector of Holy Name ,Ca ,Ca,,
,, ,Ca,, i.thedral in Chicarfo and a close
, Mriend et the rrciate, said alter
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uled for conversion Monday is the
frequency sensitive. equipment
located in the Balboa gasoline
station, the Grounds Maintenance
office on Corozo Street and build buildings
ings buildings ;los. 1209 and 1225 in the La
Boca Tank Farm-
The work will iontinue Tueiday
in quarters located on Chagres
and Manzanillo Streets,; Limo
Place, Gaillard Highway and
Mindi Street..
ln the notice sent out, by the
contractor, householders have
been asked to be at homeon the
days and at the hours that their
quarters are scheduled to be con converted.
verted. converted. Assistance was also re requested
quested requested in keeping to a minimum
the perishable food, supply in re refrigerators
frigerators refrigerators and freezers on con conversion
version conversion da..-- ,

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OMAHA,' Neb., April 22 (17)--
United States planes armed, with
nuclear' bombs lever get close
enough to another zountry's radar
network to st off a rPtallatory
attark, t' e chief of the : c
Air Cr,y, -and said la"t
C om..ers lovest-11;,.."1, new
line, radar alerts Wowd always
be turned'. back -by the 11
sale" ystem,",Cen. S,
Power, SAC, ciimmaiideri told the
United Press. ,
Fail safe," terns 'used 1)y
engineers,' 'Meant to :proceed, to.'
ward a target for it fixed num.
er of miles and thett, turn back
if orders to' continue are not re,
ceived.), :
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Asked coment on' pubhsh pubhshett
ett pubhshett reports that American bomb bombers
ers bombers have been within two hours'
flying time of the border'', of, the
USSR, power 'said, 4:This com com'hand
'hand com'hand las neVer stated, for ob obVIOUS
VIOUS obVIOUS reaoils,: the point at'hich
'fait safe'. aircraft wouM return
te their bases.
,"ffowever,',, we' hjaire stated that
our -aircraft would always turn
back sufficiently far from the ra radar
dar radar 'warning' net of' other ;, coun countries
tries countries to absolutely Preclude' such
nets being triggerect, -
Russia has charged in the Unit United
ed United Nations that M.S. 'bomber
flights tA)ward the Soviet Union
were a threat to world peac e.'
Last week, the Russians withdrew
their charges in mid-debate after
it became apparent that th r
resolution', would fail, to- receive
the necessary supportlo pass the
security counill.- ,,,,-

Sca Bias theian
115 D'ays'
F9i Cat Th:Its,

A tota1 of 111, days in jail wait
the lentedee ; unposed yesterdav
on August Murtado, charged with
rifling parked ears in the Canal
Zone;
The 19-yearold San Bias In Indian
dian Indian entered a plea of guilty to
each of the six cOunts of petit
larceny. I

He was caught in the' pet last'
1
Saturday afternoon .when police'
found him carrybg certain prop property
erty property which had been reported
stolen from cars : carlIer in the
,
roue of the Putomobiles which
fie rifled were parked In the Tiv Tivoli
oli Tivoli circle. The others wPre Park Parked
ed Parked in San Bias ,,Place and Co Colombia
lombia Colombia Road. The Stolen property
included a check book, sun
glasses,' umbrellas,- tools and
clothing. In one case the total
value of the missing articles was

Residents of 4he Zone who were
complaining witnesses in the cas cases
es cases Dorothy Gilmore, Roy A. Mor Morden,
den, Morden, Robert G. Nelson, Trox ler H.
Moore, Mrs. James Mattingly and
Liyingston.,
, of ihe 'stolen 'property. was
recoVered.' ,, s
Hurtado his als been charged
with loitering under house cn
Frangipani Streeti but 1.3::,oa
fitarK trate John E., Demirg 5,1s 5,1spflidod
pflidod 5,1spflidod e-.,ition of 5 I e
on that char;e.

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'THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC'
couNaL has acorn mended
President de la Gilardia to inter intervene
vene intervene in an alleged attempt to sell
Hotel El Panama ,
The council submitted Its rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation -, to the President
and to Finance Minister Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Eleta following a luncheon at
which members, of the ,hotel's
board of director" .were asked to
air their 14411s '

A, campaign to hive the city
, of Colon converted into a frle
port' IL gathering support front
all sectors- of2 the Colon' cont.!
- unity. : :
The 'Colon Chamtme. of Retail
Merchants tall proposed a- town
meeting to discus's tht At
the same time' the Union of High
School Students' of Colon, has sp.
proved ,, a resolution supporting
the free 'port plan. ;-

, Plans Were' bebtt cotnpleted
today for the observance of La,
bor Day Thursday. when all
' government-At:flees' ,and stores
will be closed.
,The observance. will get "under.
day tomorrow night in the Olymf
plc Stadium with -program
sponsored by the ,Fine Arts De Department
partment Department in honor of the working
cissses. 2,
Plans also call 'for a lilay Day
rally' in Sante Ana' Plaza with
President -de la .Gitardia 'or 71 gov government
ernment government spokesman 'as one of the
speakers.l.

1 Public :Works Minister Iteberto
Lopez Fahrtga,' who is, observing'
his hirthCay today, bat filedsuit
U'rt 11-1'nq the eclita, cr the
tdbloid datly 1,4
The ter' tt ar tilat
'Ports ), tabloid,
brande,1 Una: 140I' eon',
tract 4or certain ,tonstruction
'work on the Inter-American
Highway. as Underhanded.
In the ,euit Lopez,. Ftbrega said
the ,tharge.wp !'ait'offetise, ttl his
honor.'!,

Five termer Panama postal,
4mployet have been 44,ordereC
by Circuit, i Judge Ruben D.
Conte to stand trial shortly for'
the theft. and destriction' of
',incoming Mail last December,.
;The Men 'ara Identified aa Fe Feliciano
liciano Feliciano pirizon,' De Me P1110111e P1110111egue,
gue, P1110111egue, Rogello Banshee Polo,: De-1
cuttlino Jaramille. and
Saturnine Soto. ,,; ,;-:.;;
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AllFctingAeave,
For, US Employes

', A bill which: ivill Provide for
the lump-sum paythent of -all
accumulated and .7'current,' ac accrued
crued accrued annual leave ta the estate
of a deceased r federal' employe
has been passed by- the HOUBe of
Representativekt-! according ,to
advice received by radio trOM 'IV,
NI.' Whitman; tecrete.ry,, of ,,the
Washington' Office of the, Pan Panetta
etta Panetta Canal Company.. ,',-,
.
,The bid designed to correct
prior legislation Avhich'i limited
the payment to the estate of a
deceased employe to 30 days ac.
cumulated leave plus leave earn earned
ed earned in the current year, in:which
the employe died.-- 1
; If the bill Is. enacted into law
it Will permit survivors
employes of the' Panama 'Canal
Company ,and', the Canal, Zone
Government -to be paid for uo to,
60 days additienal leave, since,
leave- may be accumulated. until
it totals. not' more tpan1)0.
Cranc11.61Appea ''

Juvenile Court s
Rtilino
, IfOLLYWOD (UP)--Itestattian.
teur Stephen Crane, whose IA
year.old daughter. Cheryl, fatally
stabbed Johnny Stompanato,
rePorted today to be considering
an appeal of a decision making
her a ward of jtivenile court. I,'
Crane, second husband of Lana
Turner--Cheryl's mother ,-- was
scheduled to meet with his attor attorney,
ney, attorney, Arthur Crowley, to, discuss
last wock's decision.
Pen a June, 2S bearing, su
perior Jsudge' Allen 111.,, Lynch
Placed the girl' temporarily with
her grandmother, Mrs. Mildred
Turner. Crane Sisited Cheryl Sun.
day for the first. time since 'the
Thursdly hearing.
Cro, ehalle,,gc the' eght of
the juvet.ile court to make the
girl a ward of the cP
torm, 1 rt r --nato
a ate -act."

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' 'But you don't look like a ton.
clutter? 4, Panama. newsman re.
marked ,yesterday good.look
int.. young man who appeared for
a press conference m nothing
more Man a pair of. bright red
bathing shorts and an 'engaging
Smile., , ,

"I'ni sorry to disappoint, you,"
gild Leonard ,Bernstein good-na.
' However, there was nothing dia dia.
. dia. appointing about the- easy-going,
p'easant, manner' of 'this, brilliant
39-year-bld musician who will ap appear
pear appear before Isthmian -.audiences
tonight directing,the famous New
york Philharmonic Orcestra.,
, By 'far the most virbrant per.'
'senality- te hit eur shores le
' king the many faceted
Bernstein said hs' was, tired of
being called a swunderkind,"
"After all, I'm an married
man-with two kidsnow. It's time
they:, stopped, .e all ng me a
child."; ,
, Strange as 'it lnay 'seem, ,his
oWn little' boy, barely, three,' has
no ',ear for music.
"And,we,'re just delighted," says
the' proud poppa, who doesn't be believe
lieve believe in forcing music on 'young
yeeple. just three, all,iround
then ,and if he wants to be beCOTile
COTile beCOTile initerested.".
' Meanwhile, ', Bernstein, whose
roles, ss' composer, conductor and
pianist, have brought him, to the
height of musical succese, has
found to assume one more
jobthat. of.' 'storyteller for' a
youthful ,, television ,,, audience 'of
' r ;
'"You just eannot ,eonceive the
farts reaction I'ye ,,been get get0111
0111 get0111 from' riling ,Deoole all over
"7tes, v,r;le to '' me,
send esentss, ask ions--they
talk Ai if rni old friend friendThere's
There's friendThere's something,: so intimate In
the. relationship -- and yet you
can 'reach millions." '-
Bernstein's knack tor
musict, for reduchie it to.
basie terms without detract.
.ing, anything from its 'beautr,',
.has endeared him' not .only .to.
.enthuslastic: young folk,, but, to
,music-lovers at all levels.
He admitted 'yesterday that be
hopeCto' hear lot of folk mu muEde
Ede muEde on this tout' which will en encoMpass
coMpass encoMpass 11 Latin American eoun eountries..
tries.. eountries.. .-P
,must confess:, folk 'music is
often dearer to, me than orches orchestra
tra orchestra ,music,:'. he said, although
Bernstein's OWT11 ''compositions
which include ',symphonies, jazz,
and semi-classical works the- ver versatility,
satility, versatility, 'of hie talents'. -
,Appearing informally at the
press,-conference,,-, Bernstein Im Impressed
pressed Impressed newsmeni with his warmth
of perception; his naturalness and
hit facility, of putting. people at
tase. ,
,e 1
flierjoked' with waiters,. compli compliincited,
incited, compliincited, Panama's reception of his
107-Man erchestrar, remarked 'that
Roque Cordero's symphony which
was featured., last week at the
First Inter-American Festival in
'Washington was att ; "outstanding
work," and generally seemed de delighted
lighted delighted to have exchanged o.New
York's 'miserable weatherfor the
SIM-drenched tropics. ,,, Y,
'"I can't think oof, a nicer way
to ;tart a tour than to go swim swimming,''',he.
ming,''',he. swimming,''',he. said, and- then spent
several minutes scrutinizing the
musicians who were following suit.
, "You knew," Bernstein ex-,
-"they leek se different without
.tiothes I've .never ,seen..
.them' like that." I.
The Philharmonic's' conductor-
who has ,earned the distinction
being the first, American-- born
director, in the history of the il illustrious
lustrious illustrious orchestra,,, feele ,that his
solo and non-solo players are
"so very brilliant" that it would
be 'an insult to mention any one
person in particular,, t ,
',AU of the musicians are Amer American
ican American citizens with the exception
Of an Argentinian, and a. native
of -the Dominican Republic., ThOir
average age 40.
Since members of thetiPlillhar thetiPlillharMimic',
Mimic', thetiPlillharMimic', learned of the 'U.S. Gov.
erliment's invitation to become
the first major symphony orehes- 1
tra to attempt .the Latin Ameri American'
can' American' tour,' they have been prac practieing,
tieing, practieing, Bernstein said.
"(In conjunction with the State
Department's wishes 'with which
I heartily concur," the director
has agreed to offer a' major
North American work on each
program,' but the principle guid guiding
ing guiding thei selection will be to pre present
sent present a well-balaneed,) interesting

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iksegmow.a.m.goom,
, LEONARD IIERNSTEIN ,won't
look like this tonight, when he'
' sits, dmvn at the Pianei to con-
duct the New York Philhatm0-
nic Orchestra in itsiLatin Amer-,
dean Ilebut at the suburban Rio
Theater.', The celebrated con.-
doctor-pianist was caught bY
the, photographer yesterday
he cooled off at the swimming
pool I at iotel Panama Hil Hil''
'' Hil'' ton., ,f 't
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man's Sixth.-Symphony,
' The Coplan, symphany to.',
night's, selection., ,,
Bernstein' said be, believes that
SYmphonic programs should have
no. encores because if they are
fully,. firmly-packed the audiences
can't stand anything more:
Although he feels the music.t
at instruments will not be of.,
fected very much by ', tropical
weather, certain precaUtions are
being' taken to. protect t h m mfrom
from mfrom the heat; and also from
the high' cold altitudes .,where'
the orchestra Plays later. t P
Before starting out on the tour,:
the youthful conductor' was warn warned.
ed. warned. about the high, altitude in La
Paz, Bolivia. , ,,
,!'Don't :sonduct iery
they '', skid,' adding that 't here'
wouM ,be oxygen waiting jn the
wings,,, just in case. ,,,
But 'judging by the appearance I
of this young dynamo, he won't
need 'it. 4
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4"One thing we Insist en is Mil 111 VT, akullis9 a).- Zone pOlice sergeant who is
to ,sive eur audience the high- Sara Itunitestrand, 19year old annealing his discharge from the
'est, standard et possible per- daughter of the Xecutive Seer& force, has written from Via-thing.
formance lust as if we were tary of the Canal,, broke her -arM thst' things are 'progressing
playing in New York. b r Sunday while roller4kating. nicely."
will to no compromise because Sara was released front 'the Hatcher is still president of the
of climate, er audiencs,", Bern- hospital yesterday. Canal Zone Police Lodge. In is
stein claims , Her father, Paul Runnestrand is letter Ito acting Pres. Cato May
The major works chosen for now tn Mexico taking an inten. Hatcher said that he honed to
the tour are lloy Harris' ; Third sive 'Spanish' training course of- have'something definite' (Millis
Symphony, Aaron Coplan's Third fered by, the State Department. apnea! soon.
SYnirhonv, Gershwin's "An Amer- The. family Diana to Join him He left here about two months
lean in Faris" and William Schu soon.) 7111 ago to arreal his discharge.

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, The New ;York Philharmonic
Orchestra's 4concert ,tonight
marks 'its solo appearance -in
Panama. and the first concert Of
a seven-week tour through Latin
America.',
-
The President of Panama,' Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia and Mrs. de
de. la Guardia. as voell as ,many
members of his cabinet and the,
diplomatic 'corps will attend the
concert .,tonight.- ,,'
The concert, to held at the
Rio Theatre, in Rio, Abajo, is
slated 'to start at 8:15 p.m.
Some tickets,' are On sale at
Morrison's, 'and Mad.prito's and
it, is believed that they may be
eArailable ,, before ,, concert
time at the, boi :office.
'! :Ample parking Space has been'
provided in the area;
,The tour was' artangeti here by
Attur Maduro anci'llerbert de
Castro, ilnd is' under, the ',ails ',ailspices
pices ',ailspices of the President'i' SPecial
International Program ',for, Cuk
1 tural Presentation which is itd-
ministered by the American Na;,
Theater and Academy
(ANTM, The tnited'-States
formation, Service is actinc sal
italson, for tbePresident's Fund
and ltarentremeneurs.
The,' concert., tonight'. under
the direction of teona,rd, Bern-1
stein, Vill -feature : the Thirdl
Symphony -of North' AMerican
composer ,.,Aaron-...CoPlan. The
first part of, the Program will be
devoted do ,Mendelssohn's
phony No.24 in ,,A4 Major,,',Opu3
90,, and! Ravel's Concerto in: 0,
Major. 1Bernstein conduct
this latter piece, from, the, Ono.)
,-;.Reseryed, seats are ',available
at' $5 a! ticket,"and .,general ad admission"
mission" admission" scats are $3 1

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'Votive auto
plants will, be closed down all of
this week, rbout 30 000
Workera, auto companies reported
today. 31
, additiOn, four others 'Will
rlose Thursday, Friday and Mon.
day. i ;,
The number of Plants closed for
the week' was exactly :walt. the
number. idled in each .of' the past
two weekl., 1'
Ford Division Ford Motor
Co.' will lave its, car assembly
plants at Dallas, Norfolk and
Memphis, 'closed. rot "."of Ford's
Rouge!, steel at 'Dearborn,
Mich., remains closed until next
week., ,,
Merchry Plante at Metuchenr
N.I.. Wayne, Mich., Los Angeles,
Calif.oi.snd,i St. Louis, ate
closed 1.this week because of a
shortage of parts due, to the re recent
cent recent strike at AiniworthWrecision
Casting, MarySville,, Mich.,' sup supplier
plier supplier for MereurY.;
, Chrysler Loi"Angeles
assembly plant and its Detroit De
Soto Iliad' also are closed.
assembly. nlanta at Arlington;
Tex., Southgate.' Calif.. and At,
lanta,' are down all Week.
.-Inladdition, the BOP,,,plents at
Framingham. M a s.; 'Kansas
City. Kan.; Linden.' N.J., and Wit
mington. Del., will -"close Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Fridav and Monday for in
ventory' adjustment. ,
The Fisher. bodv nlant 'of Gen
ere!, Motors it 'Oskland'. Calif.;
wig idled today 'for adiustment
of inventories but will' reopen.1
Tuesday..., I
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JP111e3 L, Hatcher, former Can.
al Zone 4olice sergeant who is
annealing his discharge from the
force, has written from Wathing.
On OW things are '"progressing
nicely."
, Hatcher is still president of the
Canal Zone Police 1.4eNe. In is
letter 1 to actinq Pres. Cato May
Hatcher said that be honed to
have -"something definite"' nstig
apnea! soon.
He left here aboot two months

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WASHINGTON, APri1,29 (UP) Ricardo, tvt'Arias,
Panamanian Ambassador to the United ,States, indicated
today be will agree to run for the Presidency, in 19'60 if he,I.
is nominated' by the incumbent National' Patriotic Coa)i-
tions't f; ,,' ; ,-
But he said hi believed it, ,still 1'Preinature" to
discuss the elections, two years awby, and at a time whin,
he must discharge the important position of representing
his:government inWashingtod.",
. ,"I Alelieve it is premature, OS the elections are still
tsvU -years ilway; to speak' of candidateijor, the' nexf cpn cpnstitution'al
stitution'al cpnstitution'al period.'The Coalicin l'atritica, Nacional, is
fortunate in haiing aniong its members many; who bave
the' ilualifications to be a successful candidate for, the

Presidency of my country. -'
,
,
fAs far as am concerne my The extensive historical accoint
party can rest assured that I wilt of. Panama United States relit.
serve with the same ,loyalty and tions was seen here 'as, a rebuff
enthusiasm as I have always dont to Rep. Daniel Flood, (D.Pa.) who T
tn whatever position it considered recently urged: that the United
fit." States establish permanent' lights
Meanwhile, Aries, in a licturel. over, tilo Canal. ;
prorared for stPlivtry re th41 addrotg, yllett
Gootgetown University ,fois,stv CiledUlt,t1 for last Inght,,,vtill 11011
Service Scheel, reaffirmed' Pa., be ,inade before a student forum
nama'sw'sevareigrs rights' -,ever ,
the ,Canal although he noted that, Arial voiced 'Ogre, that the U.'
the United States enjoyed certain, nited States Congress had dotal,
rights in tho operation of filo cid in Implementing the 1954 treas.
waterway.. ,ty, especially by failing to fast,.
a law oxtending equal pay- to
' Panamanian ,workers in the Can
en''act
Iiixon Promises, US tac'h11;41.be
C: : yanced in establishing ',relation.
ooperation To' bid esohuij:itgesegttgty beertew ns the ,two
, ", h , tpL a long
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MONTEVIDE6; Uruguay, April
29 (UP) ,-- Vice President Rich.
ard 1M-4 Nixon has !assured U r u.
guay of U.S.!, cooperation in end.
ing economic woes which 1 this
country blames target), on 'Arne&
ca's, wool tariff tariff,
, tariff, ,"We Must work tcigether for! s
solution, of our oroblems,Lsocial,
econdinic and political,',1, Nixon
told the, Urtiguayan senate: "This
doesn't mean there won't conti continue
nue continue to vbe differencesthere will
be-,-but we must. work to solve
our, differences with four objects:
freedom', independence, econo economic
mic economic Progress and, keeping the
peace. :
.)' i -a 1
, The Vice President's forthright forthrightness
ness forthrightness and the charm Alsolayed by
hiin and his wife went far to dis disarm
arm disarm a nation which had been
prepared to give tam co9I wel.

through the streets.,
,
,
The Uruguayan 'fp'eso bas skid skidded
ded skidded hi value from 25 -to -14.25
cents, in' the past yeir, largely
because of trado difficulties which
have piled up 50,000 tons of wool
colintneo. 'main ca511 Cr0PS
hr warehouses here.
'
0.1Trugupyans tend to blame E.B,
tariffs for the lag in' wool sales.
f Nixon, the most ividoly traveled
vice president in ,17S. history.
arrived here vPsterday at tbe
start- of 'an 18.day, 1, eight-nation
toy? of Latin America.
Ed leaves early tomigrow for
Buenos 'Aires. -wherA be will re renresent
nresent renresent President Eisenhower at
the inauenration Thursday of 'At
Pentine President-elect Arturo
tronclizr. .4

Col
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Former v Al Gore
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Dies litliast;;;Igt:tat.
News of. the ,deith' of Col Vic.
tor R. Hirschmann; fordiet,,Cliief
of the Denv,tology ,S ectlo
Gorges Hos Rai; watt received this
weeke,nd by 'relatives.,On the :
mus. Col. Hirschmantr died Int.
,day at the Madigan Generallies.
pital. in Fort LeWl8," Washington,
where-he- bad been a, patienti for
sein0. time., He ,, was AZ years wait
'services' were' betct
urday; but the, brie meisageh hto
Col.. Hirschniann's niece; Id rts.
Seymour Berkowitz of talb0S441c1
not,', give. details. 4,, 4,,
He is survived, by his :
son; 'Jan. IX and twO dauglite;s,
Louise, .14 and Kristin, 6.-1 41
Ifirschmann,.a native of dittfree.
ton,' South ,Carolina, came..to the
Canal Zone in July 1956.: Tr,,ern :
the Madigan General, Hospital ; it 4
Fort Lewis. He left the IstbniuS
with his family last, Jartuary4;.:,

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,Uruguryans tend to blame ti.$. ,
NEVV YORK (1.11))--A- study in.
tariffs for the lag in' wool Sates. Vehriag Seventk! Day Adventists
f Nixon,, the most ividoly traveled lent further- support today to the
vice president in 41.S. 'history. theory that abstainers from tobac.
arrived here vosterdav at the
start of 'an 1,8-day. 1, eight-nation co and alcohol are less, prone to
cancer- - r' ', i ., ,, ,, ,
toy? of Latin America
' Ild leaves early tomOrrow
Buenos 'Aires. 'wherA be will re- heart disease; ",-, 1
arinedjcmaoterde thsuastce' pcitagbaireettote ,,,,.
nresent President Eisenhowet at Drs. Ernest L. 'Wynder ot the
Sloan-Kettering Institute for Can.
the inauguration Thursday of -Ar; cer Research and Frank 11. Lem.
rentine President-elect A t t u r o
trondizt ' , on of the : College of ...Medical ;
' ' 4 ' ' Evangelists at Lima .Linda, C lit
a
W' '' l'''Cll '
()man, s arged
. made their findings after a study.
of 8,692 patients in eight Seventh ,'
Day Adventist hospitals. s-
With Dromken..., Ot the group, 564 were Seventh
:fo'r ;mitkaeriss!
. , Day Adventists. Members of, the
D n sect abstain from smoking and
riving n Zone drinking of ,algobol because' ot re.
, , 3 ligious convictions. ,
't The case of :an American wo. The survey's findings also in&
man charged with ,drunken driv- cated that air pollution alone A
ing was continued ,today in Bal- probably not a malor factor in
boa 'Magistrate's Court until Fri. lung caneer. '
day afternoon. ,, ' The researchers said the survey
The defendant..Vera L Reidell, showed that among Seventh Day
44, ,was released on her own re- Adventists lung cancer Is only 4
coffnizance,'"----4---""----- per cent es requent and heart at,
the is charged with driving while tacks only 60 per cent as frequent
intoxicated yhsterday at 5;05 p. as compared with the' stnereA
m. on Diablo Road. mate nonulation.

The work
Vtive domestic e
e started Mol
-Consolidated In
.
"Pacific area cc
Notices hi
,:quarters aro ir
' the first week
''Boulevard, Roo
iloa with the ec
ed by,,the cant
0' Conversion will
morning in Quartet
0194, 604 X, 608 X,
on Ancon Bou lever
CI L-
, ,001:11
tit!' 41 -Is To
atop IF
, 1
Iktif IAI TIA I
II aim.
Kindergarten and
'
Pupils, and all dim
dents who will att4
l,t schools in Latin A
- ?nullities fori the
c' year, may register
has been announcel
of Schools. ,
,(Registration for,
will be held in the
principals of the
morning from 8:30
noon until Friday.
Ages for the youn
, new pupils have hi
followa: ,children
years of age on Ar
eligible for .kinderg
dren who were sir
I,' on Apail I, 1958, a
',,' ',first' grade. Parent
, sent birth certilio
'children when enro
school sul',
apprn 4 )
will la t a 1.
jtmeicarl. con,
ear., Classes will s

sal e e 'eve it, was Atill .. premature" to
diplomatic corps will attend the (ions; t ,, -' : -, .. I. i' I ,. ; -,
' concert tonight." ',, ". ',,' 'But he 'd h fi'l d '' .' ''''' ' ''''
. ,rhe concert, to bii held at the i
!
Rio Theatre in Rio Abajo, is tliSCUSS
slated to start at 8:15 p.m. the elections two years awby and at t h
I
I a ime w en
he must dicharae th t
e Impor ant position of representing
,
Some tickets are On sale at 1,,, w
it, is believed that they may bei ,, "I 'believe it is remat '' ' '' .
p ure, as
Morrison's, and Mad.prito's and IIIS government inVashington.". ti .' '.
iwv years away; to sPeak of candidates for the' nexf con..
the elections are still
still pvallable, before concert ,,,,: .-:
bg,, lc '5f1!e,',;.. ',.:,,. .. stitutiorial period.'The Coalicin Patrit'tica Nacional' is ,,
,
1
, .,.., ucc,ess u ,candidate, for the
1 timAem. paltethpae
provided
,The tour was arrange41 here by
,r 4As far
,, ortu,nate in baying among its members many; who ha
the' qualifications to be a s f I ve
, inrthinee:rpeaac." trs,,b,eta f .. ,,
Arturo Maduro and' Herbert de oresidency o
,
Castro, and is' under the aus- r
as tfaMmY'conCcUen'terd'viirill.l.it'' ' 'iTh'e'e-x.te:n'siv.e-'h'ils':iTirlc'a'.17'sc'e-oU'n';
,
,
International Program for Cul- 'arty can rest assured thrnt I Panama .. United States relit. I
I tural Presentation which is ed edpines
pines edpines of the ,Presiderit'i Special
ministered by the American Ha Ha,
, Ha, tionel .rbeater and Academy Lrve with the same lo salt d (1'
tb I Ih '13' Y an 10n1 was seen here 'es, a rebuff
en us ssm as ave a ways done to Rep Daniel Flood
in whatever osition it id P (D-Pa.) who r
p eons ered recently larfed. that the United
(ANTA). The United States In- no

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ama's .4eovereigit, rights' ',over tonight.o, , ' ,,,,
,
he Canal although he noted that, L Arias voiced
- r- :--r-v L".4,ALE A al,,uttent. Julius c,
A.. n IRIS IS It .i'm an Om mem.
' in Amei.cart 't0111 aln,,, , t n i s be :, turned.. Dees y tne I a 1 i ., i'.
G D, ,,,Th sp orande I 'be is int 4, I It
' '''' II 6 e There's something!' so intimate in
!tear. Classes will start ttxt 'Mon saie" System, en.. omas th tract for certain tonstruction retro, that tho U.' ''
the. relationship -.., and yet ,,, you Symphony of North Amef4fa ths united States inlayed certain, nitod States Congress had dotage'
' - 4 -''' Power SAC ciimmander told e ,
' ay.' 4 : i, ,.., 'work on the, Inter-American; ,
waterway. . ,
can 'reach millions." .1 ,! composer ',Aaron- Colgan. T rights ,in the operation of the aid in Implementing tho 1954 tree.
-' ,,, ,., United Press. , Highway. as Underhanded. , athteehad, irvecitilionteollturLeeo.ntahrea Thulerihnrnae-. nt
' i t a ,,,, 1 r .., ,,,, oPail safe I leim 'used by, Bernstein's knack ?or limpli.' 1
, .ty, especially by failing to pass,.
- ri cc--,--.:1-'1 t
, ,,,,, ,..., CT ,
-, engineers 'means to ,proceed, to.
' IP the 'suit, toxer FAbregs,s,tild
- the -charge was an vuense to nu; its basic terms without detract.
o'lltint musict, for teduchic it to.
ward a target for it fixed num. , ,
cert. a law ext4mding equal pay- to
, 4 A ,major 013113 ' ' Panania I k i th C
. sahlipZ7f .negaul' n'tylebre etw'rese- nn'' th' : '. tawno ,',..
' beautY
'' ; I,' , '''' '; ,-..' er Of miles and then, turn back 11000r.',' ', ,:, '. e '' .' .. .Ing, anything from Its ,.
90,, and' Ravel's Con t 'icon Promisas US
,' Irc"'"-1- -- ., if yrders to continue are not re, ,, , , ,,
5 Ye ti-: A '
- t , has endeared him' not .only .to. ','
,t, 4 conduc 4
Major. tHernstein t will,
' countries but "there
, to, 1 He said that much has been ad.
, ; lw liteolose '40 '," ceiveu.,, -t'' -,.. ,' ' ''' '' -.'. ', ',
' enthusiastic: young folk,' but, to.
this latter piece from, the, p
driervstotPeaditoclf, MthenedPerlLgorhanm'aw
Cot' lierition To' bid yanced in estabhshtng a, relation.
, ;" ' s. t, .., -, ,i, ,1,- !, , ..), -;;,.,, ..., :, muse-lovers at all levels. ,., .. 0, phony No., 4 in
',available
sit ni yl mdboet i, 1 1 , . , , , n, i ,
itsstpl, a long --,
h Ilt.s-1 Tcrui' ry Asked 'to comment ott pubhsh. .' ,,
f f lk
, He admitted 'yesterd, ay that be ,'
.7 4 0 -- 't 11. ''' '' ed,'reports' that American bomb -;,,Blie ,for,mee lainams foetal hoped'to' hear ',a, lot 0, 0. mu- :, mission!, 8 e atS are $3. '-''' '''' '''.i. ' '41' 1 '''''l '' ''''' e U
, way ',to go."' : '..' .r!' .4.
' 4 t , L .'' ' ers have been within two hours' !'employet have been !',.'ordered, tile on this tout' which will en en'
' en' t' 'iBERLIINVIUP) 0- A, 1.1..S.,'Arm Dying time of the bordere, of, the by ,Circult Judge Ruben 14 11. compass 11 Latin, Ameflean.,eoun-..,, areeneral a
,. 0 '' ' problems in ruguay t ----------,. -'
, ,,,,irtie,searTtielkeate,tasnd g
, ,,,, , ,.,,,,,
toilet-martial yesterday convietet USSR, power 'said, !,Thia c,om. ''Conte to stand trial. shortly for tties.' -,, . .: ,.., 12 ttiuto Planis ,. ,,. ,, ,, ,. ,,,,. rAi ,,
,
1, nirscnraann, -,
,
,, 4a Soldier who spent five ye!rs 12. fland las belie'. stated, for ob- the theft and destriction ,., of. '- I MONTEVIDEff Urug A il l'IP
, uay, pr !. ,, ,.
d sem,
,Communist territory l' an VIOUS reatont,', the point at' Which ',Incoming Mail last December. ,."I must confess, folk Mtiste IS
, .0 ma r pk 0,, i 29 tUP) Vice President Rich. r. .: i ti 'lb- ;,;,
.tenced him to 10 ;tart imPrisOn- lair safe,. aircraft ,wouM .4 return The Men'art' identified at Ire- torten desrex thoa mtaitdhan a
ra mu.st,e4. ,,,,,c;mpositions ' lollose P In has
0 -4-..,! ard !ALA Nixon assured li r u rUrnPurlif 1111 laorg35.- --
.,, ';',inent end a n
dis onor,able d i
D.' ito their haaes.',! ;0' ' .,', -' liciano PitIXOn, Delfin PalOrtte. BerridelIt 8 Otyn 1 rthe Oh tie g3 I;
, , , , i guay, of U.S.', eooperation in end, ,' ,, 4. , g
h j zt
. B which include ,symp omes, a
, oeharge . L ., Howeyer'we' hat!. stetted that gue, Rogelio Sanvhao Polo e- ,
, ,.. ing economic woes which t h 1 s iv. 1' ;111 Ls '' ''-
,' pvt.' Arthur T, Shearert" 284' e, out' -aircrafttwould always turn
for his A eek :
,.. ,, , ,, News of' the 'ileitth' of Col Vic..
1... ,, conntry blames largeiy on Ameri. Ulu, I .,,, I 1 Ug d ,- i
fis n as igairt4n
' 1Washington, D.C.; was i o u n a back sufficiently far from the ra. cutsino Rulano ,, Jaremillo ItIld sand isyemi-elassical works therver thervert
t thervert a a en a'. -
- 4 .- 4 i .t. 4, Ca I, wool tariff t- ,r vt I , - II- ).
ociatin
' '4ullty of desertion, ass g dar 'warning' net of other coon. int 11 t th
I hi t 1 t
4weth Soviet agents !and member. tries to absolutely Preclude' such Slaitar, niri., c' 8ta. '''' ' '',1,?,
. i-, ,..,,,,.i.,-..,..,-.." m 4' .1 ., 'Appearing rote y a e
'''''DETROIT'alin
nate. in
economic and political,',1, N i x o n ,of the Derroctology ,S e e t i ii n;,.'it
I of ,.. we must. work together for! a
'ship in a group advocating th e 4 0Cs 06'1
nets being triggerecl., ' ';', Vi111.41 A ' aprteilss.ttonference,,- Rernatein im im,
, im, solution, of our oroble .4. ., tor R. Hirschmank forthet Chief
ms soeial,
Is weekend by 'relatives, ;On thlIstir. :
L., , pressed newinneno vnth his warmth
charged in the Unit, 1, , ,, - n P t 1 t
--II"' ' 4 f ercention his naturalness and
' Itiolent 'overthrow of the U.S.'gov. 4ossia has
e orted
..trnment. shearer Pleaded gliiitY ed Nations that U.S. b o in b e r Aff
, -- i .,,,,, -- , ,. hit faellity of pu hog, peop e a Workerti, auto companies r, p told the.. urtiguayast ,se,,,,. ..,... Gorges Hospital; WIti received this
ao4 did not testify-- ,, '( ' '., flights tYwatd the Soviet Union
- a If
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gvting. e e 0 1 this week, idling f1:40. lit 20 000
todaY. it ,,' ,,,,, ,. 4' ,,, doesn't mean there won't conti.
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'lie-joked' with waiters,' compli
': ..4, He had deserted, from ,bis 13th were a threat to world p e a c e.' , ,'! .. ,, ., plants will, be clostd.Trovtlave
4 ' l'.' ill nue to tie dUferences--ther wit in
us Col Hirschmantr die 'rill.
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Infantry It egiment on ;une '.2.5, Last week, the Russians withdrew re II 1 Mb BSI i - .-e w
' s' ' mented Panama's reception of his .,4,,,, ..,--,,, n,. thitilition, lout otherti 4.,,
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-" The work of converting Canal Zone frequency-senel- THE NATIoNAt, ECONOMIC' '",', '. I , .. '- : ..':,.''' .", ,, - ,
couNala has r e c o m mended ,, ,, , ,, ... , ,
",Aive domestic electrical equipment to 60-cycle current wiil
President de la Gilardia to inter- ....... , ; ,:, I ,-,', .. ,t ,'-- ,-. - 5,,,,-,-, ..,,
:be started Monday Morning in the Pacific area by the vene in an alleged attempt to Sell ; ... I ,,,
Hotel El Panama 411Iton. , 1
-Consolidated International Electric Co., contractor,for the
, , ,. The council ,submitted its rec- I
ers,' Do. Loot( DI erenft In :Too i ' ' ' 1
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',pacific area conversion work. ,, , ommenda.tioll -, to th. e President '', ' .,- : --, i f : .. : , :!,, ,,,", ,,; , ..,' ' , - -..4 ;
and te Finance Minister Felton- -- ' : , , , in
tkeer
-fie
, Notices have been sent to all hOuseholders whose
do Eleta following a luncheon at '' l ,,,, ,'' ..
,,,,' quarters aro included in the conversion work slated for which members- of the ,hotel's avs...it, ,.:re M el
ut reatL Musicians Set For oncert.
,,,. 6,.. .s ,,,.,,,,,,,,,t, ,,,,-.
board of directors .were asked to ,,. : , , ,,,. ,, , ,..,, .. ,, : ', "" t ,r' ,, ,... ,., 1 -: '' 4'
' the first week of work. These include houses '',OD Ancon
air their 74,ilis .,.' -,, : i , -"But you don't look like a con.,1 1 1 , , .. , v .1..

, ' ' -?. duttor" ',a Panama..newsman re.
,..1, ,-- '' '--, - ,-, ': -4 '',.,', ,. , ...,
', ' -- c.. .Allits', marked ,yesterday p,o -a. good.look. .
, 4 1-,z, I4,101ms man who appeared for .,
,
, a preas conference m nothing .1 ''''' Ernestito Will ,; :,,- '.-
,
,, A, campaign to hove the city more than a pair of. bright ',red ,,, '4, A
;- of Colon converted.' into' a frlo bathing ,shorts 0 and an engaging .1
port' h. gathering support front 4
Mae.. ', ,, ', , , :., ,,, .' Attend 11-onight s- :',,--.-,--- ...,,,,-,' .., ...,. -,' ,-,,, ,,,,
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oll sectors- of, the Colon' ; com-! ,,, ,,i,rti sorry. tt; disappoint, you," , ,,
z unity. '4, ,-, - ',;,. said Leonard Bernstein goodza. I Gala' Sydphonys,,,,
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it, :21 istli LI It Ai In of ., , p
The 'Colon Chamber ',of : Relat,1 turedly.,,' .' .; ,, ,. :' 1
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mercnants mas, proposed, a town
' ings ;los. 1209 and 1225 ,in the La However, there was nothing dis.
,
u.leeestinamgeto.mdisecuses. igAht 1 The 'New ,Tork Philharmonic LikalatiU113,-'
Bnea Tank Farm, ',.- appointing about the-, easy.going,
.00 I , The w, ork continue Tuesday In I In I 14)n of u p'easant, manner' of 'Mt brdhant
ritcl
School Student,' of Colon, has SP. 39-yearbld musician who will ap apOrchestra
Orchestra apOrchestra ,concert tonight '
.
;narks 'its SOIO appearance in , , t
III quarters located on Chagres
proved a resolution supporting pear. before Isthmian audiences , a , 1 ,
Panama nd the first concert Of ' '
csIsf,r and Manzanillo Streets,;, Limo
n v Place, Gaillard Highway and the free poit plan. tonight directing,the famous New r a sev.en-week,,to,,u Ap,r(12-9
york Philharmonic Orcestra America; ," ,
g g 1 mindi Street., s:"

- America. '1,,' '; WA311INkiTON; Apri1,29 (UP) -'--- Ricardo, M."irlas,,-,
Panamanian ,,Ambassador, tol the Unitid States, indicated
' By th b nt oar.'
yak. yarhilhaormmeonsiF:verrere:
:7r' TI-1 Vitc'tit' n he ife :"s'ent by thi
1i; enntracter,' householders', have ,, Oonaliti our shores In
'Iona 'tinte' the many ;.facoted ..!, r.ieso de la 9nandi..a Mrs. tadarhe, yfill,agree t ruh for the Priidencv in 19'60 if ha
ble''Presiden't';-f P' 'ania,'Er 'ania,'Er'!.
'!. 'ania,'Er'!. , been asked ta be, at homeon the ., ,;

..v.nina a y t a Incumbent National' Patriotic ,C I'
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t de la Guardia. as voell as ,manY is ,,,,,,-A., Lill I
members of his cabinet and the ,,. I '0 kr n -, - - ,- --r---7, g ,,,,,,., ii, ina ..
diplomatic corps will attend the riOns', , ,' , ., ,,, i, , ., Ca 1. ?

permaneor Tights
a urs, !Jver,t110 ; ,
Mtanve. hits; Arias' in' '"1"1"'"
!formation Service Js Retina' aal
aro or Ariturrst .01,Ar frt.- t
ItaisOn tor the'President's Fund Dr A

i The concert tonignt, unuori strvirt sch1 raktit;;,...4, gra WAil now

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due De lore stuaent forum
nams'C4sovroi I h
lenture the Third Gh e 1 r g tg ',ovor tonight.L1
siva atalala al-aa a
eOnard er
I the- --direition of

id t' f tilt.' ht Col liirschroann's niece lit re
' ' -"''"------- ------- worx ana generally seemea ae- '''-' -,.:1-1;1-1 niii.---b-'-1; "ii- iw-o----w-e-ekl '' The Vice p
t ne to
It Feb. 15, be re ur d s Di 1,e ,. crued annual leave to. the estate sti t h h d ') N ,ican 0 u a e su ur an o ,, - . res en s or g
lighte o aye est ange ew
c' r nes Seymour Berkowitz
s ,and the charm displayed by ,,,,i ,,i 'L. 0f,, 141b08, dld
Berlin and surrendered. Ills 7:,) as ri,11:pn -.
,, of a deceased federal' emPlOye
its car assembly
. has been passed by the lienee of io ,, doctor-pianist was caught' by Co., will have him and his wife went far to dis- -'" I re' s'1u1s "' I ''',' 6
,e1 told ,the court he -tame rms., York's-miserable weather for' the Theater.-, ,' The celebrated cow- Ford Division ,. of Fora ra 1,0
sun drenched tro les U ' N rfolk and
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beeause, he preferred a ,I.1 I C
I, '''.. ., Representatives; , according ,, to -.4,-
an t think oof' a n cer way et ,. Da as, 0. ., arm, a nation which bad been He s survived, by his witte,',I1,ta :
II to the so-called freedoms e received by radio IrOM IV,
D' '
03IS 115 ays adyic I the, photographer, yesterday la' plants
to start a tour than to go swim- he cooled off, at the swimming Memphis, closed. Part of Ford 3 prepared to give him
i I fil t Dearborn, ,
stee m ,, a son, 'Jan. 1.1, and twO daughters,
8 coot we'. Louise, '14 and Kristi
. ,, ,' NI. Whitman, Secretary' of -,the ming,,,,,he. said, and- then ,. spent pool at Rotel El,, Panama Hil- Iteuge n 6.-I 41
Communist nation.'l 12 , .
in closed until next rr";',e,',' .1-, ',
, , Washington Office Utile, Pan- ,1 Mich.0 TeMa 8 , ,, 4 .- 4 .4 ,-, ',
, ,, r'4 i Ifirschmann, ti f Clitlf
. rd, several minutes scrutin ng the .., ,, l ,,, , ,!,,,, ,, , a na ve 0 Its Its)"
)" Its)" I St 11 h A
p oar r
- arna Canal Compann .; i Mnalletana who were following suit. ,', ..',, ; , ,' ,, ., .. : :
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fill CCI Thwit, d to e t l'reu know
"" r t -,- The bul Ili designe tort' c .
'. Bernstein ex-, man g Six ony., , ,.,,, ,.
tit Symph '' r week. I ,, -0- t '.- A few 1 fti t t A ton South Carolina, came- to the
' 'lents at' Metuchen e
Mercury p r lone adult s eenagers Ina i
Canal Zone in July 1956,- Tr;Fm
wne mieh Los Angeles, hi demonstrator greeted h
LA..-- it ill .'' '. 'i ". ''' '' ,.. .' .....4-... 1....1.1.4h,. walioh' unitted -"they leak se different without : Thp Conlan, symohonv, is- to.'. 11!:! ..d ': a. v ?A- ar- t e Madigan General Hospital it '1
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Mad Ilea la in open forum tot readers of The Pananta Amines.'
i AM Volved aratefully sod are handled la wholly, confidential
71 IM1118111.
if you ceetriboto letter die', he imliatient if It desen't eine the
; wattday. Lettere ers poblished In the order received.
se Please try to keep the fetters limited to one Pato With, 0
4' Identity st letter writers is held in strictest confidence
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This newspaper assumes me responsibility for statements or opinions
, expressed in letters from madam. ,

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; )-, IN DEFENSE OF MINISTER BOYD -.
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! EDITOR'S NOTE: -- This Is the second and final part '',
'i of an extensive reply to "Labor Political Victim" Iblail Box, I
April 24). The first part was' published yesterday.
, 1, Sir: ,
3!When -With a high senae Jit jaatics BOyd, 'who Is -a liwyer
1 and believes that justice in a democracy must be based on what
, it:palled "due process of law," demands the commutation of
the penalty imposed on Lester Leon GreaVaS, the poor scribbler,
who filled the entire Mail Box Column, gays that Boyd is simply
, : looking for notoriety and la actuated by political ambitions, as
i though he did not know that Boyd's sensibility, as a good Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian and good democrat, must be greatly offended when
. ,,,, he sees that the official complaint which he presented in the
to case of the rape of the, young girl Batista, committed by eight
"1' villains at the Rodman Naval Base, only obtained a judgment,
iin Russian style, by a Military Court, whereby, without VII
sense of justice whatever, a perfunctory penalty of three months
'WSimposed on 'only one of the eight rascals who assaulted
,
...pills Panamanian girl. 4,,,,;,,. ,,, :
1 In the case of another Panamanian woman, who was as as,
, as, saulted by a couple of Jimmies, Jackles or Johnnles, the guilty
parties only got 10 years as penalty, whereas the panamanian
1 Negro Graves was handed out a prison sentence of 50 years, in
' addition to the curse which,' according to the charitable Judge
t
s' Gardner, must follow him for all eternity. Let us hope that the
: Communists the world over may never find out what things
are committed by some of Uncle Sam's men in the name of
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. Justice. t 4,- 4 ,,,, J -,;-'' ,, ',, ,,
: A Pananlardatt bY the 'name of Raul' Gastearoro complains
; that the credit Unlonsbesides their usual activities, are doing
I insurance business in the case of automobile& The Ministry of
, Foreign Relations lodger a protest with 'the United ',States
; authorities, because this is a business activity which, in, accord
. with the existing Treaties, should not be carried on In the Canal
:I, Zone, At once Boyd's slanderer comes 'out and says that the
, protest has only been made In Order to protect the interests of
1 Boyd's friend, Deputy Arias, when the truth of the matter is that
' almost all of the,insurance companies in Paliama are Araerican
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I cpmpanies. : ., , ,, ,
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,' -', The Post Exchanges and Commissaries oi the Canal Zone sell
, l luxury items, such as diamonds,' pearl necklaces, silverware etc.,
1 etc.. ftnama, lodges a protest, and we are at a loss to explen
. how anyone tan say ,that this little country has no right to
icomplain about, this Matter, especially ,when, as an excuse, it is
said that the sale of these luxury articles must continue in order
, ,,, 0.1,,i, hit Itanrultt nt tht, 'united States troops. in spite of the

: 'fact, that President Th(0,3ore Roosevelt, way beck in 1904, made
. this. stateMent: n"'We do not have the least intention of establish establish'
' establish' ing an independent colony within ,the State of Panama". '..
I, Ask yourselves, dear Americaniiien'di; if during the 5t years
Caused since Roosevelt uttered those vords, the people of the
1 ZOnet have not nonelverythinglossible to &fel the Canal Zone
A an' Independent lifer' thus creating a real, State within the
: Panamanian state. ,:: ,, . '-,
,ti e- It is for this reason that Panama needs leaders like Aquilino
; 13oyendaewahnoraiggthbr3epaluptaciskbone andesse teaacgtevnesielioefprieotspoJrigebnilteyci
; Id, Convert the Canal Zone into a mere territory of the united
1 )0ttes. lc" r, , . ...
4 f , 'It might, be' a bitter pill for "Labor Political Victimut and
Yothertoof his ilk' to swallow,--'but the' naked truth is this: the
Panamanian territory comprising the Canal ,Zone has not been
soldtmor conquered, nor annexed, nor cedect, nor leased, nor has 1
I Panama transfered Its lovereignity over that territory, to the 1
TX10d States. The Canal Zone territory has simply been set
"aside as a territory destined; to render. a public international 1
tr4ce and nothing more. How well this was. reminded to Rep.
Flood by Baby AleManl ' --
- -'., "Libor POlitical Victim", and those who share his outlandish
views, evidently believe the Panamanians are wild Indians run run,
, run, 'zing about with a cloth around their loina and they naturally
think that it is quite proper for the old Tivoli Hotel to give dances
' and invite everybody to attend, in order to establish in this way
a competition with other resorts located, in other parts of
pazzamanian territory, which pay orchestru, hire attendants, and
- inCur in all manner of expenses in order to pleue the "money "moneyeqUandering"
eqUandering" "moneyeqUandering" Zonlans. , s, '', , . . : ,,
',, Of course, no one v11,1 deny that this ancient hostelry, now
IA it has ,undergone plastic surgery and has been rebaptized
With the picturesque name of "Tivoli Guest House", must be more
pleasing to the Zonians, especially when they haven't got to
match their pockets end pay znore than 25 cents for a Scotch.;
Ott I PeOple,who, never in their lives, have ea n anything better
than ,a Panamttnian "tasajo1, develop overnig t a most refined
WO, become real gourmets, and can accept for their diet hothing
less than grain-fed cattle. II perchance our leader Boyd pmtests,
It once the Zonlans jump up into the air, raise a terrific uproar,
and declare that Aquilino Boyd is merely defending the cattle
. raisers and .the people of the interior of 3anama, because he
wants to beTresident. , -', ks- ' '' ''
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."i,ab t h
, ,, orPolitical Victlm" in he midst of his c laic thinking
and 'incoherent bawling, says that it will be Interesting, to see
- who will be the winner in the present conflict: little Panama or
, the Giant of the North. , : ' ' ' ' ''' ':
,, 'It is through such at him, who harbOr 'thoughts of brutal
s Anischief, that the resentment of Latin America is daily growing
I, against the 'United States. He and his kind, are the ones respon responsible
sible responsible for the ever widening abyss of bitterness and mistrust that'S
. gradually separating the people Of Latin America from the people
1
of North America. ' ,'
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i 1' Yes, Panama is a little Country, and o, weak little country
I at that. But so was Daytd when he was forced to face Goliath;
1 he was little and he 'au weak. ', , i '
, It would be well for some of the than scribblers' to the tleil
1 Box to' bear in mind that the relations between Panama and the
United, States are the thermometer whereby the -other Latin
AMeriCan sisters judge their relations with the great Anglo Saxon
' nation. They have eyes to see and ears to hear what's going on in
,',. Panama, and,' at the UM) time, they know that as long as the
i little republic can count upoh fearless leaders like Aquilino Boyd,
I it will stand its ground firmly and wal face bravely whatever
, destiny may have in store. ', , ', : t

Labor News
And s
Comm.ent

Iv VICTOR RIESE'.

Apparently all strategists are
prepareo to spend maws of dol dollars
lars dollars developing what they be ieve
win be the most power.w weapon
in this year's coming political
wars The guided "missus"
the wives ot union eiorters.
At the every momint- the Repub
lean Natinil Committee' tacti tacticians
cians tacticians are conceding nothmg in the
war for the wives. They are pre preparing
paring preparing to woo them away born
tabors own political precinct, ma machinery
chinery machinery in an effort to maintain
GOP stength in Congress in the
November cection.
,
There were hundreds -of union
momea among the thousands wrio
wildly cheered Harry Truman, Ad Adhi
hi Adhi Stevenson, apd Averell Harm
man early this week. Most of
the tmion gab came born Walter
Reuther's Auto Workers Union and
the echoes waited over 'into WO
headquarters.; There drive' tO
union ladies ever into Republican
precinct work has been under way
for weeks. b a sense it all began
when GOP national -campaign di director
rector director Robert Humphreys told a
similar gathering of GOP belles:
'I don't wa9t 'this moment ,to
go- by ,without saying to you tiadt
the greatest error the Republican
Party could ever make would be
to alienate the rank-and-file of
the labor people.- Let :us not do
it.' Fight the labor boss, if be -is
wrong, but remember the mon
with the votes is the working
man, and- that is your business
getting votes. Don't over ook this
huge pool of votes.
'What startled the pros 4;observ 4;observing"
ing" 4;observing" the ladies was the reaction
to this advice. It- provoked the
loudest buret of applause of the
entire set of speeches heard by
the Republican women's con:er con:erence
ence con:erence that day. , I
A lot of folks tend t'oa "kid" th'e, I
ladies but Humphreys made 1
national party policy that d a y.
Certainly-what he told them indi- 1
cates and this .46111 tmen cheek cheeked.
ed. cheeked. through that ,the 'Repuolt
cans will drivetoore heavily for
the rank--and-file labor vote this
year than they ever have before.
What Humpherey's told the rally:
"They (the labor leaders) have
a highly organized drive on to
win over the working wives and
the uniqn wives. Don't iet them
outbid us. Don't let them out-or-
ganize us. These wives are )ust
as anxious to get into polities
with us as they &re with the Dem Demoeratic
oeratic Demoeratic Party, if you can make
it attractive enough to them, and
Suggest that,you do ',that,"
Around about .ilune, ;when the
campaign and the political insults
get hotter, you will note that the
Jtepublicans will be, distributing
new types of political, literature
and creating labor units even
in Michigan. This will reflect
more than the opration of one of
the GOP's "Specie Activities" di diVisiOna.
VisiOna. diVisiOna. It will reflect ths bad
that old fashioned po,itics has
gone out with the waist-line in la la(dee
(dee la(dee 'Wes. Why Humphreys put
it this way when' explaining it to
the Grand Old Party's embattled
women:

Panama .loo

, SEE I,TRY IT!,
.Choose the model
,
Best suited to
yoUr ruieds!

,Do Not Accept ubstitutes
Look For The Ditto Mark

LIQUID DUPLICATOR
Copies directly froim
anithing 'You'
. write or draw I

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"Political parties as they ones
existed are virtually disappear
ing. The daya of the old time.-
poiitical machine are gone.
They were dead for us, Dy '193Z.
They have been dying on Ins Dem.
ocrats tor the last 14.1 'or 15 years.
.What has happened is' very
simple. ,Today the regular' tie.
puolican 'and Democratic rialEs
are dependent upon volunteer peo.
ple Just like yourselves.
' '.There sr' just one Y. excels.
tion to, this picture.: The closest
tiling to the old-time polidegebita.
chine today. .Is organized Aber
as represented by .the labor lead.
era.
" .1.1 am ionvineed. that this
fall' election ill' not be t'settled
on issues but on' who has the let letter,
ter, letter, organization amt.,. .as o: to.
day we ari out. 4- Organizeu. 'We
re out.organized simply because
the weight of the labor leaaers
on the side el the Derneerats.''.
"We have to make' up the
ground letweekhoW and Nevem.
, At his montent the nation is be being
ing being surveyed. The GOP "labor
desk"' Auld tile ladies are search.
ing for-union ives for they dis discovered'
covered' discovered' that in the' last Presides.
ca,paigns 10 per cent of their
New Jersey preinct worker' were
members of unions. ,There were
about 700 of these and t ha y
are the typo of labor "nucleus"
the GOP. va set up.
Already the Republicans ave a
three.and.a.hall by four.and.a.had
inch card in the field called "Re "Republican
publican "Republican Square Deal for Labor."
This' pocket card is a reminder
that .the GOP plans to raid what
long wag believed to be strictly
Democratic territory the jabot
precincts..
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SEVILLE, Spain. 4 There'c' but we knew without question
trange camaraderie among the where to finethem at midnight.
Ind of ioreigners, who make the They would be watching the
lig bullfighting Aestivals in Spain loading of the bulls, the driving of
--the Sia rennin in Pamplona, them into the corrals.
he feria here in Seville,. in this The headwaiter of the tee ,ov.
ovely palmstudded old Moorish erlooking the bu I unloading beam
own which is split by the Guadal.. ed"Alia,': he said, when Ricardo
mivir River--and in the big forml and 11 arrived, "the cuadrilla a
1 festival of San Isidro in Madrid. gain Intact'?

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strange camaraderie among the
kind of loreigners, who make the
big bullfighting Aestivals in Spain
the Siu rennin in Pamplona,
the feria here in Seville,. in this
lovely palmstudded old lloorish
town which is split by the GuadaL
quivir River--and in the big form.
al festival of San Isidro in Madrid.
They gravitate unerringly to
each other, in the big pavillions
in which a million gallons of slier..
Ty is drunk, in the bar and dining
room of the better hotels like the
Andalucta Palace, or the 'Alfonso
XIII, or the ancient mansions
which throw, open their flowered
courtyards and noble balconies to
temporarY, PaYing guests. ,
Jike and Nancy Jamon from
Dallas' beat 'me ,and Ricardo, Si.'
ere here by a hit, becauses' they
flew and we drove from Madrid,

'Business Overhead

i6sta,'41

BOB ,RUARK

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Ile was referring to the July les.,
tival in Pamplona, .w here, the
same faceS,had the same lunch,
same ilinner and the same nogo
ingto-becLuntildawnd -,' 4
The flower vendor gave us
warm embrace and a free carna,
tion, because she :was' a Pamplo.
oa person, too, as were the wait.'
ers; the head' waiters', all the peo'
late mho travel around from ties
tt to fiesta:- It'i s queer kind of
snobbery; but Ali awful lot of fun
to IN? greeted Warmly by the help

NO'INKING '''.
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almoatt-a conspiraqyg friend friendship.
ship. friendship.
reseinbles the Secret society
of people who stride the tworla.
My gypsies, st flamenco we
gave in the panoleta,
de Triana,wivere lends o.
mine trom Barcelona --transplant.
ed Andalucians who had come
home again but were happy to see
the,r true o d .;riends from 'the
north. This was- all by accident,
but you getthe old feeling of be.
longing to the, same club.
Aethe flamenco given by Jua
nito Belmonte, it was no accident
to see 4 Generalissimo Franco's
daughter and son-inlaw and the
Duchess, of Alba drinking, manza
nilla. with. some-of the most un,
shaven,- shabby gypsies yet un,
built It. was no accident to 'see
anybody;from anwhere, taught
in the'spell of the fiesta,.the throb
,of, guitars anchvild dancing.'

The name "'America" was
' first applied to the southern.
continent when,', in 15int an
' old znap maker gave the name
tolt large section, Of that con con;
; con; tinent in honor of Averigo
''Vespucci, an Italian who had
eziplOred written'about the
: region. Later, the- name was was"
" was" IPPlied, to 'all the land, tbe
Western Hemisphere.'
. Britannic& Jr-. BncYclopedia

nthaiwspvsen:ra,tniodnalltrfrestill
portland inflicted rilht and left
bearine. A total of ,114 indiotments
were, handed clown' by this ani
other !rand juries.
Thole., the testimony.lbowever.
this column renorted the true
recoret of Mt's' ,Tivot Mos tho
fact that be bv; been Onset to cf.
tY cotreelleoso St-Ileit Earl, a
sactele-poveitgirtent"' witnegn
voted 1NY licYuloov to testify, 0.
galost vice nn4 th Tesmstees.
I reeorte4 tunt 1)1,, Flkins
was actually "met(' retaliate
oninet the elment thlY.jrneekel
him 'out IV the ?Arbon racket
fS 'ralynstnr14 p1,1 thpt
'93it, Jim antl"bis frieno qtlelev
are usina the :McClellan
hf,.rinos as a publicity tyseennimee
tn holn Wen rontrel of the city
of Portland,"-
"I)sectilently, Earl. sued for
THE lit)5( StOnE,
In the year that has passed since
the sensational Senate headlines.
let's see what has haPpened'.
1.--Last week, the U.S. Court of
Appeals acquitted Frank Brewst.
er, Western head of the Teamsters
of Congressional contempt before'
the McClellan committee.
2.last,,week- a jury in. Coos
1180., Ore., found for the Coos Bay
World and against Stanley Earl
in a. suit which inVOIVed the truth
of the column,' wrote one year
ago regsrdiro Earrs 'friendship
for Big Jim Elkin.-
10,Out of the 118 indictments
brought against Portland officials'
and telmsters. 88 have been dron.I

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IVASC;TON Sometim,,:s' The g-,Ity il;'a was tr,."-It by
it's beany fJr the American peo-1 a prosasme, .aarie Alaymtru, who
1
ple to take a look at the atter- was Lned S.:A.
maths of Senate investigations. It The one conviction was that or
has now been one year since Sen. district attorney William A.- Lang.
ate-inspired headlines smeared, ley, who attended a Faint Deal Dealeordand,
eordand, Dealeordand, Oregon, as the viceters', AssociatAon bingo game for
capital ,of the West and made a the benefiL of the Junior Chamber
convicted done-peddler the hero of Commerce. Langley was charg.
of Capitol Hill. led with failure to prosecute the
''' ' ' ., . thinon flame W5g. I 1,1111 .:Is.-. ...s

el with failure to- prosecute the
of C,ap,itol Hill-
, bingo ,game, was found guilty of
a misdemeanor and fined 9100-
, 4.---In the six eases that have
reign before the McClellan rat,. been tried, Mayor Terry Shrunk
imBdiegrwjoiralld Etzikillar,
kets committee to make charges of Portland was acquitted of the
anis e givPeoortitarnede
against the mayor of Portalnd. bribnrv charges aired pnipst biro
the Teamsters Union, and others by Elkins. He bad suffered great
despite his long criminal record humiliation in Washrocton. Alm
and the fact that the Federal psy- acquitted of maior charges was
chiatrist at Le-venworth peniten- Clyde Crosby. Oreqon Teamstet
tiary had reported March 9, 1939 boss who was pilloried before the
that ,rwins was "evasive and un- Senate. commit,ee. - 0
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truthful." N, ,- -,, , 1 5.--00 the other 'side of tilt
- ''''. Senate nrobe,, Ftif Jim Elkins wat
Later Dr, Ivor CampbeR, a convicted of wire-tanping and got
Portland psychiatrist, was to tell om months in Fedora! penitentiary.
P jury that Elkins is a "crinun His stoole Raymond Clark, who,
al psychopath.; he will lie at ry .,roi i6 ir,...,1 vio,ven was
fir', it 11 il tO hiq "Yl"1".'"' on the payroll of the Portland Ore.
A parade of orostittlfes tit5t,'SD goolan while workinn for Elkint
--n-r74 hnttore. the TV tnEmer's in :'- ''. n-'001 onprried 'to a 'famous
;he McClellan 'committee ,room, ms,d,omp, ,1.114, ,nonors "vog tiqe
PH 01Pir."'n''''4 IVPFI ti"") by eAtan: convicted. rikins and Clark are
ael Robert Renned h th
v. .roer., m now ',melding. - ,,
tpe. senator front Massachtretts ,. flThe runaway grand Jima

in Federal penitentiary.
c.monmvincntethdsof wirelanping ,ile got
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Po-riran'd-p.s'yc.hvfastris-t","wnva7"io. tell'
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P jury that Elkins is a crimi His stooge riaymond Clark, who,
altir'e it l'' la tO I'll l'IVInI"'''' on the payroll of the Portland Ore. ',
psychopatli....he will lie at 11.1 ,,,,,,,,,ti...,,, io oroloyi ovi 0 in ea Iva I
convicted. Plkins and Clark ate
...,A,r,p4arbadfenroof tolireosTvtttutoelsmaelrs:ts'aion 7,,..i.p,..o,,,r11:ilewipwrriorokdirt1 fintr,fat,mpcnittint
;he McClellan 'committee yoom. madame, ;err', Itonors. 'mos piqe
, S.The runaway grand 'jun
't) besmirch and imnitgn I Ion roitchhrou,dit in oh. flood of itt
9'18eTiell: Fieblare;r07174FtreenlvtiledFl Ikvt:Fraf)ebtbhyleirce'e;Ult'fne. n" ""ellne"r ' '
list of PortIt'n't. officials, --', slIliffictments... was conducted by er,,
Tesinster leaders:' r-fic Arthur ft. 'volt who. sig.
, fsmory, flave he myrbis nails piricaptly ducked 04 et Foram!
rilre4c1; eths 4h11;vs.;;;Iamtit counsel,' Al
et"" el Ken
Senate evidence in Detroit.
of the' dignified ITS.' Senate seen
oplo mom, ladies of the underworld lemin.
dipylay, 4.,.., ,,,,,ph: 1, natet ., two whtle:cot
' :116.1NOICTMENTS
. 1 7,,,to4,; wso. i" ,t,,, (01,, 4,111'44
' Followtnl this setrationaT testi. land fcr this reah. of pi in,s4t,
tnfrIt. a tunawev orond fury 'in IYHT1441 ,,rn,l' T A...11. r....k 1,11,Wte tql
DOWRY 4 inflicted right and left has heen StN0 OPO; Of the 2?:re.
bearine. A total of Ala indietmenta met,-;,,, ;,dictments, ten'. are a
were, handed ellWe' by this and gainst ElkinS. ', :' 1 4' ,
other crane! juries. ' ,''' -1 ' ',.
'Ouring the testimony. 'however, PULIT7trit PP I Z,E
this column renmded the true :, -, ,' I
record Pf Mt," jiwt rildns Ails tho Meet letareqtrne area of' thhi
'Hitt
fact that be hsd been elnse to cf. fixzled is that the two repo
s,, coo,,,,n,,,,, g4.,le,, Enri, a wt.-, Aftow,4 mrt, ts ,,,,....4, thint
lacteanlmveinwleottt, withea ini,, Wallace Turner end 'William Lem
'''''''"1 '''' Ice'"104, tn testify, f bort os 'he Peetlawe n,.,tont,,,ti
gatust. vice R,,4 the tre.moeeit. rot a politzer Pen for doing so,
I tenorted that, Ply Jim Flkins Tt now 441'-'14101" thfit'"""11n191 1441
was actually "out 4to retaliate 'Kennedy the idea of staginq the
ontnet,.tha lament thloroockel irnestleatinn, -;'
him Out et the ?Ober racket '--,-- 'S Later, when Mayor Shrunk wet
,-,,,,,I,,, 01 'rasolgtnrs't p1,1 filet heirtn tried' on the srmr:ous Set
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'93iit Jim ana,,t,ts,frienii,' e,rtftv ate chavIres! against him', ,youne
slarl are ttsin? the ;McClellan vennedy flevit to Portland to lei
hcerfoos nq a publicity menanhone Senate investigative , &tier 1 Is
to bolo,. tyleo- rontrel of the eity the oroseeutinn. HP eveni shoo)
of Portland,"- t t hands with Judge James? Craw,
' qnbsequently, Earl sued for lnrd in front of the jury, for whin)!
libel. r i '' ' ' ''" '' '' Aldne Crawford later PlthiiiC17 )
THE IS05( StORE: annlogiled. ,, ,-', ',,
,' The jury found the tnayor of
In the year that has passed since porti(1 innorent.- MIA IPgt Wee) i
the sensational Senate headlines. a Coos ,Bay jury found, the, eine
let's see what has happened: who would be mayor, ,," Startles
1.Last week, the U.S. Court of Earl, to be a friend of underworld
Appeals acquitted Frank 13rewst. leApr ,,lidos Such is no After
er, Western head of the Teamsters
of Congressional contempt before eons, ',
ON INAOlath6gt ...........:44-- math f;f soma Senate investiga

4.Latto,,,weex- a jury Loos
Ore., found for the Coos COLOMBO. Ceylon alin Tile
BUY,CHINESE COAL
World asnd against Stanley Earl Ceyldnese Government BallWay8
in a.suit which inVOIVed the truth has signed a contract with Conti
of the column,' wrote one year munist China to purchas, abou',
ego revirdipet Earl's 'friendship $740,009 worth of coal from Pei.
for Big Jim Elkin.- .,"", ping this year, it was disclosed
30,-Out of the 118 indictments Sunday. A railway spokesman
brought against Portland officials said the first 4,000 tom shipment
ap4 tPlingterii. 88 have been dron- under the aocerd taring for de.
ped. There has been,'only 'one livery of 85,000 tons this year, woe
Conviction end one ,plea ofguilty, expected to arrive her" Itoonf

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' Only' Cneert. in -Panama Of he Most
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1 raingdugoef laruelidgingeurcs',.1wuh;umwuatze le' ii;e7wwoulaTe 7aVellinitglii;."11m7 A-st.... reseinbles the Secret society
. with the existing Treaties, should not be carried on in the Canal ladies '. but Humphreys made
' :I, Zone. At once Boyd's slanderer comes 'out and say that the national party policy, that d a y. big bullfighting Aestivals in Spain loading of the bulls, the driving of of people. who stz;id,e the tworla.
te t f Certainly-what he told them indi 111 e &in Fermin in. Pamplona, them into the cerrals. ; ., My gypsies, at flamenc.o ,, we
, protest has only been made in Order to protect the in res s o feria here in Seville,' in this The headwaiter of the ea e ov. gave in the panoleta, og.Gitanillo.
4 B d' friend Deputy Arias, when the truth of the matter is that cates and this .1. MI knee check the
lovely palmstudded old -Moorish erlookm' g title bu I duolohadingitbeam de Triana,wivere old -friends o.
, i i cans will drivetoore heavily for
' armosat all oethe,insurance companies In paitama are American ed through --. that -the Repo,
. town which is split by the Guadal.. eci.,14Aha,'. he sal w en icardo mine trom Barcelona transplant.
, I companies. : ,, , ,- , the rank--and.file labor vote this uivir River--and in the big form and i arrived, "the cuadrilla it a ed Andaincians who had c o m e
' Canal Zone sell year than they ever have before. gal festival of San Isidro in Madrid. gain intact', ,. ..-,' ',. ,,,. ,, home again but were happy to see
' 1- -', The Post Exchanges and Commissaries of the the,r true o d iriends from the
tc Wh t H b. t Id th IV'
, I luxurt items, such as diamonds,' pearl necklaces, silverware e ., all umtp -rey a o e ra They gravitate unerringly to
each other, He was referring to the July les
in the big Pavilliens tival in Pamplona, Av h e r e ' north. This was- all by accident,
the but 'you getlhe old feeling of be,
. 41 etc.. N.nama lodges a Protest, and we are at a loss to explain T ey ( he labor leaders) have in which a million gallons of sher
longing to the, same club.
:,. how' anyone tan say ,that this little country has no right, to a JughlY organized dere on to same faces,had the same lunch,
Ty is drunk, in the bar and dining
11-4" Aethe flamenco given by ha hasame
same hasame inner and the same
nito Belmonte it was no accident
i I in about, this niatte4 especially .when, as an excuse, it is wut over the workm' g wives and room of the better hotels like the
', 1 ::idniPthaat the Sale of' these luxury articles must continue in order the uniqn wives. Don't iet them Andaluda Palace, or the 'Alfonso
io see Genera
ingtobed,untildawni -,"
1 lissimo ,Franco's
The flower vendor gave us
daughter and son.inlaw and the
' to. raise Ihe morale or the 'united States troops, in spite of the outbid us. Don't let them out.or out.ors
s out.ors : 'fact, that President Th("lore Roosevelt, way back in 1904, made gadize us. These wives Ara )ust II, or the ancient mansions
warm embrace and a free tarna,
which throw oxen their flowered I
I this, atateMent: nr''We do not have the least intention o es
, f tablish- as anxious to get into politics . two, because she :was' a Pamplo
courtyards an mole balconies to Duchess, of 'Alba drinking, et anza
wi h us as t ey sre
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wit e em- t or r eying guests. h
na person too as were the wait
, e bag an independent' colony witlhin the,State of PanaMa". ,, nillt. with" some-of the most un
, ocratic Party, if you can make
emp a Y, P ers; t e head win er shaven,- shabby gypsies yet '.un
' t It all the ro
es- Indig It. was no accident to see
', ,, Ask iourseiv'e''s dear Am''''e'riekantrti;n'dStit' dur'n' g'' ih''S. 54' 'yeara it attractive enough to them and Jake 'and Nancy Jamon from pie who travel around from
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Calmed since RoosevelS uttered those vords, the people of the I Suggest that d 111 t D 11 b t In and Ricardo Si: tt to fiesta.' It'i s queer kind of
,you o a 1 a as ea e
in the'spell of the fiesta,the throb
anybody,'from ailwhere, 'taught
' le, ZOna have not done iiverythinglossible to Oval the Canal Zone Around about .June, ;when the ere here by a hit, 'becauses' they snobbery; but ail awful lot of fun
A an' Independent lifer' thus creating a real, State within the 'campaign and the political insults flew and we drove from Mad,rid, to 11 greeted Warmly by the heh) .of, guitars and'wild dancing.'
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flet hotter you will note that the - '' - -- : ' '," ''''' ..' ., t : : -
epublicsn's will be, distributing ,'
t a et litical liter tur ' '
1 e,," It' Is for this reason that Penama needs leaders like Aquilino new YPe Po a e ; , ,., , : .,. ., iteej--6
d creating labor units even
I .royd, who with real backbone and a clear sense of responsibility, !I rift dr ... ::.L,,, 4
-is endeavoring to put a stop to these Machlavellic plots, intended ic igen. a en r a e c , ".
altikmport the renal Thee into a mPra tPrritarv nt the Milted InmiloMre thhen theThiopratilion of toine oft ()DV A MYTIIIIMeit, ,-- ,',, i 47' IP 51 AI Of

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d who with real baCkbone and a clear sense of responsibility,
Michigan. This wiy reflect fv:11 in ulna which 111V0hred the trulhl has 'knell a contract with Conti
reYndeavoring to put stop to these Machlavellie plots. intended lin
more than the opration of one of nnit 11011r 1 rAlvAie MIA. A outrAhse ehAre
trf vert the. canal Zone Into a mere territory of the United 111.! of the column I wrot

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1"17.-o--11 1.1 -t, -; VisiOnS. It Will reflect tha hello-ell ' ' v ' 'AiWomil- 1 1 I Ttio witrio-o--":- -.- 77;77,9 ""!'.

-4 be' el:sitter pill' for "Labor Political Victim'k and I that old lashioned podtics has 11 r 1 'e 11 .1 1,4A!,11illiii!;!irt,!'1!!!!::!ili!!!,:liii!iill I 3.sCiti imilet7;;nfal

7, 'others qat hi ilk' to lwallow,',hat' the' naked truth is this:- the I goneiout with the weist-line Is. :'' instrft.nrw 7 I I 1 I :,1 '' I Eigi'dzf ':1 t- 713til;tift.i Wii-7;iii-pi;i; :::i:o""o';:;:-;i::1;t1..jf....7v:hls:74

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gradually separating the DeOple Of Latin America from the people 1 covered' that hi the' last Presides. Tin Nnt nluttitutPs. I! tfrt 1

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.F.'', THE' FEATURED COMPOSITION to Jai presented on t'onight'S
Ba Ib0a, High School spring concert Will, be God's, Trombones, '',
' a musical setting by Roy Ringwald of the poetry of James
Weldon. aohnson., Two narrators,, Luchita Burillo and Don
Handel, 'will interpret the poetry' of Johnson and the mixed
''''''"chotUvett-Balboa-High-will-present.Ringwald'aAnusical...bagk
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ground.' This will be the first performance of this work op
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- Lower Gymnasitmil promOtly at V.M,, Admission is free.!

trauss,Sti4gests
1111-1!ucleai Tesis

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1' WASHINGTON' (TM', .-..,, m.
1 l Lewis :L.' Strauss, chairman of
teld Atoricd Engegr3et IsCoamn matsesmiopni
' ItIvit:cel a' ppYeennsisirne'stn gt h epr o gUr a8m. a' nnudelseuagr.
gested, it may be Commtmist in.
spired. '' 1 '. ,
1 Strauss noted that Protesting
,,groups here and in England and
1 elsewhere only., became ,., active
I Ott the Russians completed
I their "very vigorous and exten extent
t extent sive" program and the United
States was ready to begin its tests.
"This may be nothing more
than a coincidence but it also may
be. organization," Strauss said.
He made the statements in a
. copyrighted interview in U., S.
News andl World Report, an inde independent
pendent independent weekly magazine publish published
ed published here. . ,
Strauss said he would be glad
to see the eessation of testing
witli idequate inspection, ,, and a
reliable agreement to discontinue
production of fissionable material
for weapons purposes.
But to stop tests without aft ad.
1 ettuate insPection agreement. said
, Stratiss. "wotild be like getting in.
"1 to a boxing ring With an opponent
who agrees with von, 'thst he will
1 have no horseshoes in bis gicives
4.,but...,wlia.o,v11.1. pot-Igree to let.. the
' referee examine them." 1.
; Strost aid be belleVeff 'ant in
the U.S. group of People oho have
protested continuing: the tests
' there are Persons who are sincere
. but unacquainted with the facts.
Purpose of the 'US. 'tests, said
Strauss, is tO prnve that 'its ad.
Vanced weanons designs will work
' an,d to cleitelon a clean bomb, He
' 104 Terifiction of 95 oer cent
of radioactive fallout in the bombs
bag been made end that, SOMe
scientist s ; now bee ci falL eut
, Mt be limited to r actual area
, of the blast. -- t A
- Sen.' Clinton P, Anderson (D.N.,
' nl, a 'member of the joint eiin.
Fresional atomic enerevqcommik.
. stoft,,bis said that if the ourooce
, of the forthcoming U.S. tests is to
lo'rl more nbout clean bombs the
AEC',,, shoutd have "some clean
'bomb tests" in the series. Ile said
' -"I think the number of clean
tests in the ,,,,,v group will be rel relChicly
Chicly relChicly small."

USAF To ilad

Testing Advenced !.'
toiniaic '136mber:
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- 'WASHINGTON Ilr) -The Air
Force announced yesterday e' that
tests will start soon on an ad advanced
vanced advanced Bomarc pilotless ,Inter.
cepfor ,with' twice the range ef
present versions. It could strike
down enemy bombers oo: miles
from their targets. ,
Tests of the new air defense
weapon' will be 'conducted over a
'period of "several years" at the
Cape Canaveral, Fla., missile test
centers. '
The Air Force, announced, that
testing of ,the -present 2001mile
range (Bomarc is "nearing tom tompletion,"
pletion," tompletion," It said 39 missiles iove
been fired since mid-1952, more
than half of them successfully.
rresident Eisenhower called at attention
tention attention to 'the 1,850-mile-an hour
missile in a report ,to the nation,
on weapons last Nov. 8. He said
Bomarc sought out, a fast-niov1ing
,-aircraft target and met 'it
head on 45 miles ouLto sea.
, The Air, Force said the new i00-
mile Bomare he'd ,I'significatit
technical changes" over, its pred;
ecessor- It said 85 to 40 ,of, the
, missiles will be flight tested ,with
Ithe aim of echieving "high stand standards
ards standards of reliability and', perfOrm perfOrmance."
ance." perfOrmance."
The statement indieated the Air
Force was satisfied with the inis inissile's
sile's inissile's design and considered it
well ,out of the development phas phases.
es. phases. i
The 200-mile range 13omare
scheduled to go into continental
defenes in 1959 and four bases al already
ready already are being built. They- are
at Bangor, Me., Falmouth,- Mass,;
Princeton, ,N.J., and on Long Is Island,
land, Island, N.Y.
- The Air Force has laid ,that the
Bomarc, which can Carry an,
atomic warhead like' most new air
defense weapns, "gives an air
defense coverage which is many
timet greater than that of any
,other, anti aircraft missile."
t "It-can defend the'entire United
Satei with less than 45' squad squadrons,"
rons," squadrons," the Air Force ,has said.
, The, IlIomarc ,is shaped like a
stubby,-- -winged interceptor air.
craft, rowred by two ram jet
engines, it is considered effective
against air --, breathing missiles or
pilotless bombers. However, high highranking
ranking highranking air officers have said
they doubled it would be useful
against ballistic missiles.

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HARellYriIHBEIN, of N e w
York's Mayfair club is one. Of the
greatest card players of all time.
Here is one of his, latest -triumphs
told, In his, own, words... A
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When 'bid five' no-trump My
Paitner,-Morrie ?Ells jymped to
seven clubs..I bad shown that, we
held all the aces and be had Just
the right cards for the grand SUM.
East doubled and that could mean
.only one thing. A void in diam.
owls!' I went to Seven no-trump
and West opened the diamond ten.
Jet 'the diamond ride around
to lily king anti when East,shoW.
ed out I spread-14y hand and 'deign
ed seven on a simple squeeze good
against any combination of cards."
Harry is right but wonder just
' how many of ,you readers will see
his 'simple" squeeze? Here it is.
Since Bast had a own out I of.
di ilonds the, diamond finesse is
proven' and you have 12 tricks.
-Now -) you cash the three top
spades.--11 the jack drops you
have 13 trick.. The way t e
cards 'actually lie East shows out
,ef spades on, thefthird lead of the
suit. Now yott run live .clubs,, dis.
carding dummy's queen of hearts
on the last club. The ace .of bead
lead now forces West to throw the
jack' of spades to establish dum.
my's ten- or 'a diamond. to make
dummy's three diamonds all good.
If West htd shown out of Spades
Harry would have run, the ,Iclubs
again. On the last club lead West
would have had to discard down
to one heart to lop three diem.
onds. Now Harry would let go dum
my's little diamond and lead to
the ace-jack., On the second dia diamond
mond diamond East would have to go down
to one heart to keep the lack of
snad0s and both Hatr's hearta
would be winners. Simplel

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You, Southholci:
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a take dtmlble V It turns at that
Emit kits been kidding. ,.
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Tour partger bids tout hearts.
What do yott do
Answer Monday

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c,lub reeently The pies end pakeswere contributed by membe rs of the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives Club. Dorris "Ma',
e' Caldwell service club director and MrS. LaVirenee Tills are shown, cutting. the goodies.(U.S., Army 100'

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,WASIIINGTO N(UP)lbe Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court yesterday threw aut
an appeal by New Yorker Maga Magasine
sine Magasine from a New York 'City tax
on its advertising revenues.
The court held the case did not
present "a substantial federal
question," a' traditional require.
ment for ' high court review.,
It acted in a brief order, without
a written opinion.
New York state courts had up upheld
held upheld the right of the city to im impose
pose impose a tax on the magazine's gross
advertising receipts, except that
portion sohcited by itS out-of-state
offices.
But the New Yorker protested
the city made no allowances for
its other! out-of-state activities,
such ,as printing and shipping, as
well as for its "preponderant outof-state
circulaion and property."
, The magazine said the tax
amounted to an ,illegal interfer interference
ence interference by the city ,,with interstate
commerce.;
The case Urfa prompted by the
New Yorker's suit',for a tax re refund
fund refund for 11941, 1948, and 1949. The
tity coniptrorle4 not only refused
,a refund, but assessed additional
taxes to make the three-year tax
total $18,633.
The comptionerinetuded ai tax taxabie
abie taxabie revenues the 13, per cent ad advertising
vertising advertising agency commissions and

ussia1s1Syttift Economic El:Pansion

WASHINGTON (UP)The ma

tion's spy chief said today Bus Bussia's
sia's Bussia's swift economie expansion
poses "the most serious" peace.
time threat this country has ever
faced.
Allen W. Dulles, director of the
Central Intelligence Agency, said
Russia seeks to control Europe ,hy
econom.r monopoly.
He temed the current U.S. re
cession "an expensive luxury" as
damaging propaganda -- wise as
the first Soviet Sputniks. Soviet
industrial Progress I threatens t9
outstrip U.S. production, he said.
Dulles addressed a lunch meet.
hig of the 46th' annual conventionl
of the U.S.,. Chamber .of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce.

He told- the businessmen Russia
would use trade to advance its po political
litical political aims at the same time le
is pressing toward its domestic
economic goals.
Once Russia penetrates Western
Euronean markets to the notnt
they become depentient 'on Soviet
Induqtrial raw materials, he said,
the Soviets can put the saueeze
on nitions now allied with t h
United States.
413v- withholding suPplies, bv
capriciously raishepriees, or by
dumping eammodities,, tile Soviets
will In effoct hnve a teat at the
council table of' the great Indus Industrill
trill Industrill nations of EuronP.!', he said.
Dulles also made these 'Points!
, Industrie nrodUPtion
the first quarter of 1958 rose 71
net., cent ovet- a year sqo while
U.S. production declined 11 per
cent,
Russia, Its satellites and Rid
China in the same period two.
&Iced more steel than the United
State for .the first time in bigl
tory,' Russia alone producAsi ,73
ner cert as much as the United
States did,,
Soviet machine tool outnut is
about double that of the United
States and its goal prortnetion I
running 70 pee...cent of the U.S.
rate,.
--The Soviet economy's grmyth,
measured by gross national pro.

SNAKE ESCAPES CRATE

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PARIS (UP) Orly ,Airoort
employees fled in bank here Sum
dav night when theY discovered
a large snake coiled among the
suitcases in the baggage comnart comnartment
ment comnartment of an, airliner Just in from
Australia 'and the ,Orlent. ,The
five-foot snake hid escaped from
a crate addressed to a Vienna
too. The reptile t finally- t was
,stuffed -into a etanvas bag after
attendant' held' tt at bay with a
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fire 'extinguisher., the ,

standard't 'pet cent -10-day
magazine discount on payment for
advertisement.

Sczn As Serious Peacetimer Threat

duct, is increasing twice as Wi Wilts
lts Wilts the American economy.
Most Serious Challenge
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"Certainly we here have the
most serious challenge this coun.
try has ever faced in time of
peace," Dulles said. "As this
challenge is very largely based on
the ,economic and industrial
growth of the Soviet Union, it is
one which concerns very directly
the business leaders id' otif own
country."
Dulles predicted the "fateful
battles of the cold-war will, in
the foreseeable future, be fought
in Abe economic. and subversive
arenas.," I
He said Russia would not risk
general war unless scientific de.
velopments shifted the balance of
military power.in its favor. ',
Tri other highlights of ,the,cham.
b St's opening day,, session:

IbPACE CHESSArthur El li,
',ott, a Hollywood artist now
ing in Itome,, has updated tho
'.'ancient game lot ,- chess,
Elliott's set, th pawns a'rtis 1
' tically suggest ground,. to. air
:defense rockets, the bishop$ in.
tercontinental fiti ssile s, .the
: knights space '', satellites, the
, (been ipaseshin, and the king,
, a apace station: itiliott,says
de'signs 'may make 'theSs'
votees Prof 4children 4. who can
grasn 'the fundamentals' of the
game; mire 'easily in terms of
space Concepts:
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Sen. Wallace F. Bennett IR IRUtah),
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nance Finance Committee, warned a tax
cut coupled with defense and anti antirecession
recession antirecession spending might create a
deficit of 20 to 24 billion dollars
in the next 14 months.
Chamber president Philip M.
Talbott said organized labor may
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ket market with its wage demands." He
said high taxes. are' "choking". in- 1
vestments and private enttrprise.
Chairman George 'Mahon ID.:
Tex.) of. the House Military Ap.
nropriations subcommittee soldi
this country it behind Ruisia in
intercontinental ballistic missile'
developtnent but 4no. !lac enough
behind to invite attack." 1
Holaday, Defense De Department
partment Department guided missiles chief,
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misaile development "is no better
than our own at the present time"

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STIRRING UP A RUMBLETeenage:rebels In the
west end of London are rolling into jazz,clubs in
clingy,, cellars, and hiving a conventiosl-breaking
, One or the top "kicks" hr girls is stogies.'

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Housg OF HISTORYAtop a hill in Los Angeles is the Southwest museuirt, crea creatad.
tad. creatad. fitty,years ligo,,,to show a display of 'aboriginal art.:, Included among the
ekilibits of the southwest area are rugs, pottery, dolls,. clothing and weapons.

AmBRICANS are getting a chance to.see thi works of 36 ICorein' artists, who
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have almost no contact with the "outside world", for, the past ten years. :
Because ICorea Is out of the,way for rriost tourists,' artista have not bad a market,:
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Federation of Arts.' Since these artists lAverit had an opportunitY to study', out4';,t-:'
' side their'oWn country,-their wink has a highly indiVidual national styli--a tem.- !':
umatkin rieiV forms arid the, use of soine Very,Inodern and' ancient tdchnislues.,Y.
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Korea's foremost brushwork artist, Kir Ki-Ch'ang, did this sepia ink painting..

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GLAD FOR GLADSPretty Sha-
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calls attention to the myriad of
gladiolas down Florida way.

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CAPEYOU TOP HIM?-,-If a' man wearing what is said
to be well-dressed,'then thIs batman, Lion Pineda, i
, 0. a 'real tahion plate,' Ile' hi ."wears7 on,,the
, Caleta morning; beadi tamed Mexicg.:

TAMPA'S TRADEMARKSPalm trees, a bathing be'au:
ty and Rocky Point beach put them together -and
they Come out "Tampa." Beauty is Marsha Monfort.
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- IN REEL TROUBLE----Three-year-old Steve Stnestad
'of Great Falls': Mont.; will be, tied up for the after,: :;
snodn as he tries to unravel that mixed up ,fishing
reel. His plight Pictured in a fishing magazine.

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. 'ik : the Guard,,k the Beefeaters, stand foi inspection by a smiling Queen Elizabeth tit'-' ii:
's, '.:F,Buckinghatn palace. This colorful ceremon took place on a bright 'spring &St ''' '''' '''

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prison movie called lor condensed milk tobe used instead of glue at the base for
, a scene in which the star is "tarred and feathered." In this scene, Monirille Vita
icenter) is doused with leathers by co-star Jodie Bernard (left) ret Vega Vinci.

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INSPECTING PANAMA'S NATIONAL BREWERY yesterday wer e Costa Rica's President-elect Mario Echandi and it. group of
brewery officials. From left to right (foreground) are: Ramon 'midence, Jr., assistant brew master; Alberto Arias E., member
of the board; President-elect Echandi; Alfredo Alemano general manager, and Harry Strunz, Jr., member of the board.''

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'In Arriculi re
, LONDON CUP) Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita' S. Khrushchev, in a
speech released yesterday, sharp,
ly attacked ex-Premier Georgie
, Malenkov as the thief culprit to
blame for "grave shortcomings".
in Russia's agriculture. '
Khrushchev, speaking 0 work.
ers in Kiev, blasted Malenkov for
letting Soviet -agricultural tech
niques get out of touch with real reality.
ity. reality. '
, The speech 'was made Saturday
and released by radio Moscow on
Monday.; s :
Itiwas beliPved to bp the first
time' in ',months that' KhrusbchPv
had crittPize4. Maleokov openly bv
, name. The ,Soviet, leader several
times recently attacked the "anti "antiPartY
PartY "antiPartY group' with which ,,Malen ,,Malenkov
kov ,,Malenkov wa associated s' and whose
' members overe otisted front 't p
) posts last' year.,
Malenkov', resigned as premier
Feb. 8, 1955 after confessing be.
, fore the Suoreme Soviet to ,"fault
, and resoonsibilitY44 or. the -"no.
',, satisfactory state" of agricoltre.
, He was anrointed ministrj of
, electric t
Last July, 1,"enkov was expel expel'
' expel' led from his Communist Party and
f government posts for opoosing
Kbrushchev's policies, Ind was
demoted, to the job, of managing
st power plant far from Moscow.
Also misted-with Malenkov werct,
font-ter' foreign ministers AV. M.
Molotov and Dmitri T. Shepilov
' And "old bolshevik", Lazar Kagan Kaganovich
ovich Kaganovich ,--o all members of what
IChrushtlielr-plis the "anti arty
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vision. Television. They also performed in
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S. Chamber of Commerce pre presented
sented presented its second annual "Great
Living Americans' awards last
eay night at a leadership recogni recognition
tion recognition dinner.

Among the honored were Dr.
Jonas E. Salk, J. Edgar Hoover
and Dr. Wernher Von Brawls
The awards, presented by cham chamber
ber chamber President Phi Ilin M. Talbott,
were in honor of Americn citi citizens
zens citizens "who, by their own initia..
tive, sell rellence and ambition,
have made notable cnntributions
to human progress." The recent recenten's
en's recenten's were. nominated bv the.
chamber's organization member.
shift and bv its board of directors.
They were:

i Allan B. Kline. former mast.
dent of the American Farm bu bureau.
reau. bureau. for leatiarebin in the effort
to free farmers from oovernmen.
tal intervention in production and
pricing.
--Hoover, director 'of the FBI.
for achievement In detection and
nrevention of crime and quiAence
of young persons toward whole wholesoma
soma wholesoma thinlrine and patriotism.,
,' Calla E., Varner. principal of
rmeritua Contra' T-Titth Sehoor in
St. Joseph, Mo.. for devotion RS
tPehAr Anfl ne a model for the
teaching profession.
' Richard K.' Mellon, chairman
of the board of the Mellon Nation.
al Bank and 'True ,Coq Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, for personal leadership in
develoning civic nride in the busi business
ness business citizens in the city of Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh,
Charles F. KetterinC director
and research consultant for the
General Motors Corp., for achieve.
ment in basic research and gen general
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RUOGED ROYALTY--
Princess Birgitta, 21,. shoulders
a heavy rucksack aS sbe starts
out on a cross-countt7 ski trek
during a rigomis two-week
course in the mountains of
central Swede n." Strapped
around the Swedish princess'
neck is the map she will use orr
the ski lourney. The course
part of the training of the
Gymnastic Central Institute in
Stockhotrri. where Bireitta is

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GALENA, 711. (UP)Authorities
planned today to begin oueston.
mg all known sex deviates and
ex-convicts in northwestern Illi Illinois
nois Illinois in hopes of uncovering a
lead 'to the s'ayer of 7-year-old
Maria Ridulph.
' The body of the girl who had
been missing since December was
,found Saturday by a Minnesota
couple under a rotting tree trunk
in a dense woodisnd about 15
miles Past of Galena.
,
Authorities said they were cer certain
tain certain Maria was killed by a sex
deviate who. kidnaped her as she
played near her home in Syca Sycamore.
more. Sycamore. about 90 miles east oe here,
Dec. 3. But police admitted they
were without a solid clue to the
kidnap kil er's identity or the
cause of her death.
, State police and volunteers Sun Sunday
day Sunday searched a 21-square mile
area around the site where the 1
body was found,, but found not))-
,
Police planned today to begin
ouestioning all known sex deviates
and, ex-convicts In northwestern
Illinois in hopes of uncovering a
lead to the killer.
Although Maria's parentit,' Mr.
and Mrs, Michael Ridulph of
Sycamore, Ill., had "eared the
worst the discovery of their
daughter's body came as a pro profound
found profound shock.
v
"We sort of half expected to
find that Maria was dead," the
father said. "But we still had
some hope the time-'-until last
night.", , '
, ,
State pathologist Dr. A. R. K.
Matthews of Rockford examineC
remains Sunday but said he was!
unable to determine the cause oi
death or the time or 'place be because
cause because of adVanced decomposition.
Maria disappeared. shortly atter
she and a playmate, Cathie Sig Sigman,
man, Sigman, 9, were accosted on a street
by a tall, blond man who offered
Maria a piggy-back ride: Cathie
ran home to get' her mittens, I
and when she returned, Maria 1
and the young stranger were

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WASIILNGTON The presi presidems
dems presidems ot the 12 Federat Reserve
banks. in a Senate Finauce Com Committee
mittee Committee survey cadorsina the ad administration's
ministration's administration's wait--nesee atti attitude
tude attitude toward the recession:
"On the other hand, it should '1.,
appear that consumer spending is
being substantially curtailed ss a
result ol unemployment' and ap apprehensiveness
prehensiveness apprehensiveness concerning future
prospects. : .vigorous steps in the
form of prompt-acting governmen..
tal measures would be indicates1-"

WASHING'rON'rhe Air Foice,
in saying it, has taken steps' to
make it virtually impossible for
one of its bombers accidentally to
re ease an atomic bomb:
"The possibility it such a're
lease is so remote as to be in indeterminable."
determinable." indeterminable." :
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ROME s Sa mut! Cardinal
Stritch, 70, on being told his right
arm would have to be amputated
because of a blood-clot: ,,
, "God's will be done." I

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GALENA, TR (UPIAutborities I ministration s wait--ndb-see atti
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k S. Chamber of Commerce pre- ,,,, planned today to begin oueston. tude toward the recession:
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i Living Americans' awards 1 a s t ex-convicts in northwestern Illi- "On the other hand, 1 it should '--
s i 1 4,- i ' -.'s ', i t t, eay night at a leadership recogni recogniI
I recogniI tion dinner. ,... ,,.,......,;., 1 .nois .inr, hopes of, ,tin.c,o,v,e;rizi: g, ti sa,trppeRitocahmr,Eth70aTtocnosnbeasuinmmgeutroelsdipending is
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s , and Dr. Wernher Von Brawls -' been missing since December was idieoearte,gmermotinprsompt-actin. ggovern. men.
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. t. tfound Saturday by a Minnesota tal measures would be indicated."
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1 The awards, presented by cham- s Al couple under a rotting tree trunk - ----. ,, ,
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ThtakeenAisinteFparctoes
' I , i i were in honor of Americn citi- '. ', ' miles east of Galena.
, , i 1, zer3 "who, by their own Mitt& i
, Authorities said they wer-e cer- minakseaYinitgvirtually impossible for
ro,eneesosel itsshboamtsbemir: boacmcidhe:n.t.ally, to
tive, self relience and ambition '
skilleddhebty sas ssehxe
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have made notable cnntributions
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to human progress." The recent- ',, ,.
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"The pOssi b'ility'll-"-e' such a' re.
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en's were. nominated by the -
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, ' is so remote. ot..s :,4) be., inA
hamber's organization member.
, ,',..'"'''..: 1111! 1 chWDMatee:utenrse.ea.ep-W le ithh'heentirtedrie, saStbldt.iede tie tit; et Or, thth ee
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' ,- State police-and' volunteers Sun Suns
s Suns I medicine t at the Universitv of l'' .!
' I day searched a 21.square mile arm would have to be amputated
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"God's will, be done."
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INSPECTING PANAMA'S NATIONAL BREWERY yesterday were Cgsta Rica s President-elect Mar o c an an group 0 .,'' RUGGED ROYALTY lead to tbe killer.. .
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' brewery officials. From left to right (foreground) are: Ramon, Mi ence, Jr., assistant brew, master; Alberto Arias E., member:, I ...Align 13. Kline. former most Princess Birgitta, 21,. shoulders , , .., , ,
. of the board; ,President-elect &handl; Mai. Alfredo Aleman, general manager, and Harry Strunz, Jr., member of the board.' dent of the American Farm hu. a heavy rucksack as sbe starts Although Maria's parentit,' Mr. --- ' ..; '; '
:, o., , t000 fn. la,1...1,1. 1. Am ,dfmof out on a eros-eountry -Rid trek and Mrs.' Mirhsukt RiA.1.4, ,a1 ', .'

Sycamore, Ill., had eared the
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tal intervention in production and coprse in the mountains of worst the discovery of their , ,. ,. ,'
- The. Famous' Quartette At
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sort of half expected to
I The famous and nooular ouar-1 tor achievement In detection and I the ski 'journey. 'rhe course we

,, , 1 ,,, , ' . t- tette "Los Llopis" 'wilt be, EMU tut marts was dead," the - ' ( ' ''' 1
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ItIondays in the Salon Bella Vista
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, father said. "But we still had '' ". .,' '
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some thinlrine and patriotism., Stockhohn, where Birgitta is ,. P e time...until last ..
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I , , ' . week contract starting on may Irmeritue Contra' T-Titth Sehoor in - -
St. Joseph, Mo., for devotion RS ''
don.,01,..,... if.,77.!.....,,,k remains Sunday but said he was I t ' 1
der Nikita' S. Ehrushchev, in a ', ', -, ,., , rec.,. ,a lie ',. ' .-- i 1st ,Their act includes a variety M t h g R K. '' ' '
)eech released yesterday, sharp,
' . '3PULla ' '' ' ' f C IY d k R
teaching profession.
., .1 , ., 0 a psi), an Roc & oll fea- 'l t"Qch'''' '1"I au a ril
attacked ', ex-Premier Geo!gle , :,-
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:alenkov as the thief culprit to , 1 ,, , , ..
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ame for "grave shortcomings.", , at a Very Sped numbers,. the Spamsh version of r
al priee: $1 615.00 c) -s 1 t u t Richard Mell11, ch'fir mail
ee you a er a iga or. ode! for th,e , ,, ,
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of the board of the Mellon Netion. ..,' cause of adVanced decomposition
Russia's agriculture., ,' i, .-, ,, ,, .. 1
Khrushchev, speaking to work. .
- .'. ' COLON 310TORS9 Inc. .:1 ; t
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They have performed in Cuba
s in Kiev;blasted Malenkov for burgh, for personal leadership in .' . Maria disappeared. shortly atter
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tting Soviet -agricultural tee , : , .. s, : 6 as an exclusive act for-CMQ ,Tele- develonmg civic nride in the busi. she and a playmate,' Cathie Sig. ,, :, ,
ness citizens in the city of Pitts. a man, S, were accosted on a street -' '- : i' - '' '-'
clues get out of touch with real. : : '-' PANAMA' '.. ., : ..-.:.:. ----' COLON ''''
. ,, , vision. They also performed hi
. the best spots of' Puerto Rico and
by a tall, blond man who offered ' 1
Venezuela. i ,
The speech 'was made Saturday , , i .- .,1 N.,... , ..: ., i, , , ' Charles P. Kettering,' director ' y c-, ' ' Maria a piggy-back ride: Cathie ,,'' '
id released by radio Moscow on -1- ,. , ;:4 '' ' '. .... . 4.7. ' ' and research consultant for the
On the same program in the General Motors Corp., for achieve. M A Y LUX, ran home to get' her .' mittens, I on
onday.: s ,' '.:. ''' : : , , ., ,,!, , . ,,,, , .- , ,, and when ,, she, returned, Maria , '.'
Itovas believed to he the first ' ,, ,, 1 illella Vista. Salon. Clarence Mar- ment in basic research and gen. ' and the young stranger were .., ' ',' ,
ne' in ',months,- that' Khrushchev . , -2: Ar.,----Nw ito till and his orchestra, PlaY with eral industrial engineering. gone.- : .. , 1 .
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id critirbize,l, Malenkov openly bv '' ' ' ,d11,,..0 V- ,, singers Betty Williamson and - , ., .( , , ' 1 ; .,
Lme. 'The Soviet, leader several ,..,.. ,,, V Anoland Diaz. - ' ., ' ' ' ' '
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irty, group' with which Malen. -. ,- -- , - , -- , ,
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Malenkov',resigned EIS Prettier ; -, I, '' ' 1, ' -: ( ,' I. , , .. ,. ; ' ', ; -.1 4 ' -, -' .. . ', ,, t -' 1, ,,,' -4 -' '' ',
!I). 8, 1955 after confessing .. be. ..- ,'' '.'s., m -s ,4 ' :.- ,, ; : 1 ,' , ' '. i' :, ' ; t 1 Ste.,
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re the Suoreme Soviet to ,"fault' ,' , '', 1 ,' .... , ,,,.., 4: ,, '. ,, ,. ... f , , ,., .., , ,.,
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id resnonsibilitl;44 ler. the '-"no. ,. ' ' ..'. -:, .;'; .- l' -.. ',1 ,,,i ,,
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tisfactory state" of agricnr'ire. ,' '
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Last July, 1-,,,enkov was expel.
d from his Communist Party and ,..'1,, '1 -4 ; -'':' ' ' 1 :lad ul all 99 swill.14:1" ' '; '1' 31 A I N S T 0 It E 0 N LY -.....- .: '2 2 0 6 7C n ir i',.1 ''-'44 ''' '..-:';-1 .----- ''
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tverement posts for opnosing .-1 i',14 -. .1' iminutesi sweaty a vartety , ' 1
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'., ,-- ., , ;Jake advantage of this west i
noted, to -the job, of managing ..1 s --4 , 31011,E RE.,,D4UCT,ION,S V--- MOR'E.NEW, MERCIIA'NDISEI -t- t
power plant far from Moscow. , : ''.4-, PI la Ns ntd aloe: ' i ,
Also otisted -with Malenkov werci- , '.
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rifler' foreign ministers AV. M.. .- ', -v, , ,,, ' FINE' NYLON ''
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FOR PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA blEMBERS
4 Mr and Mrs. George W. Edman will entertain at a small
reception-at their El Cangrejo home in honor of Leonard
Ircrnsteiti, director of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra,
, following the concert tonight in the Rio Theatre. Silas W.
' Gs. tdman, until recently with the National City Bank of
Sao Paulo. Brazil, has been with his parents for'several days.
He is assistant tpur manager for the orchestra.

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- 'the Minister of Japan in Pena. their group. Harnett and-Dunn,inMR
Ken Ninbmiya will be host at troduced the Slicker Fox.trot to
, a reception this evening in his Goh their students, this is one of their
Heights residence in honor of the new dances whith they will do
birthday of the Einperor ot Japan. shortly in several shows that they
-,-, -- - ,, .. plan to do with some of their stud studCanal
Canal studCanal Zone College ents.
' Glob Spring Luncheon , , ,
The Canal Zone College Club's i
Luna! spring luncheon to an- D iablo Shutterbugs -.
mime. the 1958scholarship award
' will be held on Saturday May 3 at
12:30 p.m. at the Albrook Offi Take Fidd r '
rip ,-
ors' Club. A Musical psrogram
will be provided. ;,, I ,, 1
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guests, and all college women of o San Blas sles,
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the Isthmus are Welcome. A photographiC field trip was
, ',Telephone reseriat.ons may be made to the San Bias Islands Sa Samade
made Samade throug11 May- Z by calling turday, by members of the Diablo
Mrs. Fred -Weaue at Ealboa 3193. Camera Club. Thirty-two amateur
MrsDaniel Paolucci 2924 or Mrs. photographers visited sthe islands
'' William E. Robinson at Balboa.31- with to record the daily life of the
. Indians on their tiny eoral islands.

itiantie Side Jamboree
,Harnett and Dunn had their u using
sing using successful Jamboree Friday
evening at the Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
'-i The attair was well attended by
parents and friends. The combi combi'
' combi' nation nt games, differen type of
ballroom dancing with the accent
on jitterbug and bop, a buffet and
competitive dancing again prove
that this is all one needs to make
any dance for pre-teeris and teen teen.
. teen. agers successful:
Audrey Dilneall and Edward
Whitlock were the fortunate couple
who won the medals for their fine
, work in interpreting this dance
correctly- Charles Bath and Ber Bernice
nice Bernice Hill, representing the older
' group, 1,vere also medal winners
for their jitterbug and bop, Laura
Strongman and James Ebdon cop copped
ped copped the honors for the fox u trot
- while Mr. Leftridge with daughter
, Paula were judged the hest dime dimeers
ers dimeers fer the father and daughter
contesL Mrs. Manikas with her on
'Arthur had the fun of winning the
- prize or being the best couple in

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. ,, .4 clay, chief test pilot John Ciuming-ialpine campaign, twits entitled to
. ham' announced. The planes, to be 1, a pension of hay and oats for the
i 4 11 ' n El i delivered to the British Overseas' rest. of its days for duty "under
7 ..; Airlines Corp., ". late this year. heavy enemy bombardment,"
. , w i were expected to be used on carrying food to the Italians light.
, t. e t jroutes to Australia, the Far East ing the Austrians': -..,
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R 0 U R on the North Atlantic run be. mor.obut also a serious side: If
, .,:' F 0 r , tween 'New York and London. Ginetta gets ,. a pension; what
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LINE tOSEs INCOME -, '', and doge ,bich served in the.
; i LONDON (UP) -- The Hunger. world wars. 'It could lead to cost.
I 0 ,- ,,,, i, Ian rebePion and the Suez Canal ly, expenditures. ', -.,,
' I, : invasion in 1956 cost the Cunard ,,
' Steamship Co. $2.800,000, the com. Guattarini 'said in a letter to
t ,., .. 0 pany ',. said Sunday. Col. Denis the minister o' delene last week
'', I ',. Houghton Bates, rhairman of the that he first met Ginetta when
i g heard, said, "the incidents of hooves serving in the alpine cam.
- near war in Hungary and Egypt" paign, At war's end, he took the
along with a "disturbed EuropeZ mule ,, home, and the animal
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- tourists to, stay home early last ,
, '' year. ' .!''' ,7' GRENADE HURTS 13 '-
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, g) ,,. ,. ALGIERS up) ,. Police re.
4 , g ISTHMIAN' ,,-, BENEVOLENT' ported Monday that 13 persons
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. , 1,,, SOCIETY OF COLON: , were wounded when I rebel gre.
, '' hEUMMONED MEETING' node exploded on a sidewalk in
1 ' ' -.The Officer's and Members the Algerian city of Orieansvilla
: ' of 'the above pamed society Sunday, The three nationalists
a, ,, are. hereby summened to at- who' took p:rt in the attack es.
- ..g. tend an extraordinary meet-, caned,' French police said.
'. 4.? ' ' ' ' l ' 'rig' of the society on Thurs. .
'' ' daY., May ,lst. 1958, at the QUEEK OPENS TOMB .,
usual meeting place at 8:00 ,
' ' ' p.m...sharp.' ,,,, WINDSOR, England (UP)
: ..' ,, ., . , :BUSINESS" z Queen Elizabeth, II announced
, Reading of amendment to Monday'that the royal mausoleum
' 6 4 e''''''.:.,' -)'4C Article 22. Section' 1 of the containing the totnbs of some bf
' BY-LAWS of the society. her -ancestors will be 'opened to
O. LAYNE, General Secretary. free public inspection ,May 26.
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Diablo Shutterbugs
Take Field Trip
To San Blas Isles,
A photographic field trip was
made to the San Blas Islands Se Seturday,
turday, Seturday, by members of the Diablo
Camera Club. Thirty-two amateur
photographers visited sthe islands
with to record the daily life of the
Indians on their tiny coral islands.
The day was spent visiting se several
veral several of the islands, searching for
pictures that would best portray
their beauty, and the life of the
people. The color slides taken on
the trip will be shown, at a club
meeting and one slide will be se selected
lected selected and awarded special recog.
nition as the best slide of the,. trip.
- Making' the trip were Mr. and
Mrs. Don Boland,..Mr. and-Mrs.
Eugene Derr, Mr,, and Mrs. E. J.
Tanouist,-Mr. and Mrs. Otto gel gelmerichs,
merichs, gelmerichs, Mr.- and Mrs. Ben S.
Chisholm. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Schrag, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Min.
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brandi,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Munro,
Mr. and Mr. R. E. AI, IBrown
and daughter Shannon the Misses
Ellen Tiernan, Elizabeth Skelding.
Gloria Spears, Gertrude Garni,
Mary McEwen, Martha Podbiel.
ski, Mrs. Florence Mallet' and
Messrs. Russel Abel, Leroy 'Clontz
James Magary, and Leonard Gor.
TEST SUCCESSFUL
' LONDON .(UP) The first b:
the De Bevil land aircraft cont.
pany's 19 new Comet IV airliners
made a successful test flight SUM
day, chief test pilot John Ctuming Ctumingham'
ham' Ctumingham' announced. The planes, to be
delivered to the British Overseas
Airlines Corp., late this year.
were expected to be used on
jroutes to Australia, the Far East
and South America,- and possibly
on the North Atlantic run be between
tween between 'New York and London.
LINE LOSES INCOME -,:,
' LONDON (UP) -- The Hungar.
lan rebePion and the Suez Canal
invasion in 1956 cost the Cunard
Steamship Co. $2.800,000, the com
pany', said Sunday. Col. Denis
Haughton Bates, rhairman of the
hoard, said, "the incidents' of
near war in Hungary and Egypt"
along with a "disturbed EuropeZ1
caused many potential American
tourists to, stay home early last
ISTHMIAN' BENEVOLENT'
f,. SOCIETY OF COLON:
'a'SUMMONELF MEETING"
'.1The Officers and Members
of the above pamed society
are. hereby summoined to at attend
tend attend an extraordinary meet meetInt'
Int' meetInt' Of the society on Thurs.
daY. May A.A. 1958, at the
usual meeting Place at 8:00
p.m. limp.,
, , t'BUSINESS" ,,
Reading of amendment to
Article 22, Section 1 of the
BY-LAWS of the society.
O. LAYNE, General Secretary.
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The next Jamboree will be held
at Albrook Officers Club May 4
from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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Balboa, Crislobal
High Schools Plan
lih Dtarla Festival
- On Friday, the Thespin Societies
of Balboa and Cristobal Hign
Schools will present a series of
one act plays in their seventh an annual
nual annual drama competiLon. The cur- 1
tain rises at 7:39 p.m. hi the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School auditorium auditoriumCristobal
Cristobal auditoriumCristobal High School will pre present
sent present a stage adaptation of Lucille
Fletcher's radio thriller The Hite Hitehiker,
hiker, Hitehiker, stkrring Hayes The
second Cristobal High School of offering
fering offering will be the springhtly co.
medy, Quiet Please, by Howard
Buerman, costarring Spike -Lawr
ance, Mike Angermuller and Claire
White.
igalboa High School will present
The Adding Machine, by Edgar
Rice. an exoressionistio drama
starring Luchita Burillo and Geor
Wales, A second play tentitively
scheduled is the comedy,The Lost
Oyer the years the Drama Fes Festival
tival Festival liks produced a number of
high quality short plays. This year
promises to be no exception with
Donald Musselman of Balboa and
Louis Fattorosi of Cristobal direct directing
ing directing for their respective schools.
Admission it free and the gener generql
ql generql publis Jit invited. Ribbons will
he awarded for the best actor, the
best actress and the best play.
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IFMen Receive 1
Army Penslons,,,
Why Con tA Mule?
ROME (UP) The defense
ministry Monday pondered this
question!' If a man can receive
a pension as a war veteran, why
can't a mule?
Farmer Giuseppe Guattarini of
the northern town of Olmeneta,
stubbornly, insisted that his bat battered
tered battered old mule, Ginetta, a 43-yearold
veteran of .the World' War I
alpine campaign, twas entitled to
a pension of hay and oats for the
rest, of its days for duty "under
heavy enemy bomblirdment,
carrying food to the Italians light lighting
ing lighting the Austrians':
The issue had element of hu humor,.but
mor,.but humor,.but also a serious side: If
Ginetta gets a pension, what
about al' the' other mules, horses
and dogs ,hich served In the.
world wars. 'It could lead to cost costly,
ly, costly, expenditures-
Guattarini said in a letter to
the minister o' defense last week
that he first met Ginetta when
hooves serving in the alpine cam.
paign At war's end, he took the
mule home, and the animal
served him faith:ully on the farm.
GRENADE HURTS 13
ALGIERS up) Police re.
ported Monday that 13 persons
were wounded when I rebel gre.
nade exploded on a sidewalk in
the Algerian city of Orleansvilla
Sunday, The three nationalists
who took p:rt in the attack es.
caped; French police said.
QUEEK OPENS TOMB
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Queen Elizabeth, II Atnnounced
Mondaythat the royal mausoleum
containing the tombs of some Of
her -ancestors will be 'opened to
free public inspection May 26.
The -mausoleum was, built by
Queen Nictoria for her consort,
Prineo Alhort Into in filo lrith
'Prince Albert, late .in tbe 1911
110e1,Itury. It also, centains Victoria
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On tour with Leonard Bernstein
and the 105.pice New York Phil Phil'tarmonic
'tarmonic Phil'tarmonic Orchestra. making its
first stop in. Panama. are two
women who are playing a very
definite role in making the, or.
ncra's tour a success. f.
Travelling with and giving in.
spiration to David Kaiser, presi presidenV
denV presidenV of the Philharmonic, is his
charming and gracious wife.
"My husband is so interested
in the orchestra," she said, "and
when he decided to corm he. want.
ed' me to come with him." Mrs.
Kaiser, remarked., ,

"We are all just fascinated
with Panama." She has never
been- here before and pictured it
as pie tiny strip of land with the
Canal running through it which
she remembers from geography
einsses. ,
It Was cold in New York when
we left,.shesaid, and -"none of
can get, over the' luxurious
qreenery and the beautiful water
here. Everyone has been so busy
and yesterday we had our first
opnortunity to relax at the swim.
When in her room at El Pans.
Charter Monikers
Received Into Unit
,,Charter members of Boy Scout
Tsoop 20 and Pack 2; of St., Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's Church. Balboa? were official officially
ly officially received into their unit Sunday
a.ternoon in a 'church ceremony
by the Rev. Joseph F. Konen, pas pastor
tor pastor of St. Mary's. ;
. Mter the, investiture ceremony,.
Archbishop Francis Beckman
gave Benedlitoin oftheliflost Illes.
sed Sairament.
On behalf of Canal Zone Council
801, Floyd R. Johnson, d e p tit y
chirman of the organization and
advancement committee present.
ed Troop 20 'Charter to 'the Rev.
Tames E. Power, chaplain and in institutional
stitutional institutional representative of the'
St. Mary's unit, Edwesd O. Coyle
member of the2 mme commjttee,
presented Pack 20 charter. 1
, In a ceremony based somewhat
, 'en tho knighting ritual of tho
Middlo Ages, other Konen pm,
sented oach scout with his ere.
donna! and then put tho necker neckerchief
chief neckerchief over his head. Tho scouts
gavo their first official salute of..
tor being knighted.
Before investing the scouts, Fa Father
ther Father Konen chose his committee.
men and other leiders and remind reminded,
ed, reminded, them 'of their obligation to the
boys and to the church of setting
good examp'e because of their tre.
mendous inluence over, tho lives
of the boys. Kather Konen blessed
the colors and beiges of the unit
and led the adult members in the
prefession ,of faith. Richard E.
Cox. scoutinaster. led the boys in
the Scout oath and law.
Father Power, delivered the ser sermon.
mon. sermon. in which lie emphasized the
need for scouting principles in
our. day and how -the scout oath
and law- epitomizes Catholic ideals

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ma 'Tilton she enjoys the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful view of the bay and of tho
shrimp boats as they coine into
,he anchorage.
A shor',. tour of le city and a
shopping trip on Central Avenue
was part of a busy schedule yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Today she and. some of
the others hope to spend part of
the afternoon seeing the Canal.
"There is so much to see a n
two days is such a little time,"
she said.
Also with the orchestra ts Mrs.
Edward Kingsley,- secretary to
George Judd, orchestra manager.
Mrs. Kingsley is the "Girl Fri Friday"
day" Friday" for the orchestra and on her
shoulders fall inuch of the re resnonsibility
snonsibility resnonsibility for the succesi of
their stay in Panama. in addi addition
tion addition attending rehearsals, she
is responsible for the 101 detsils
involved in get ready for tonight's
performance:, ,
Mrs, Kingsley wears an ORO
which was awarded to her bus.
band at the Cannes Film Feet'.
val. lie is in Cannes now, she
' Mrs. Leonard Pnr-en'n. wife of
the director, weds to Join the
tour lafer in South America.

for youth. Father, Power Invested
the cub. scourts in giving, them
their credentials and eeckercaiels
The scout assemb y recited the
Scout's Act of Consecration to
Mary belore Benediction.
Brig. Gk. George .f. Schlatter,
president 0, Boy Scout t;'anal Zone
Council 801, attended With several
other committee members. Daniel
Daniels; scout erecutive, also' witA
present.
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' The Charter members of Trotip
20 and rack 20 -are: ,
,
, Richard E. 'Cox, 'scoutmaster;
Joseph Stabler, assistant scom,
master, Brian tor, assistant scout.,
master; ilitsum C. Searcy, explor,
' er advisor ;:',tiertry,,I. Semler,. soil')
mittee thaninan, N.M. Schommbr
John J. Deming, William G. Dolan
Robert L. Thompson; ,W; M.; Mi.
ku committeemen Radolph
Burda, cubmaster; Ch r le s
Roth.Rofty,' assistant cubmaster;
Francis J. Bartietto committee
chairman; Mrs.- MargUirite Hart,
Mrs. IViarie J. Gangle; and Mrs.
Dolores E. Harvis,' Den Mothers
, Charter .member boy, colits are,
John R. Barrett, John A. Searcy,
kDennis Deming, Geolge Doiaa,
Kermit J. Griffin, Robert; Mikulich
Bari L. Schoch, Curtis D. Searcy,.
Thomas ,E. Seiner, Thomas Gan.
gle, George A. Thompson, Robert
L. Thompson; Frederick L. Tooth Toothman,
man, Toothman, Michael Halley, Michel D.
Humnaci, John J. Stab er, Alien
$.1 einer, ,Charles Belden,and
Alfred W. Chase. '
Charter member cob Scouts are
Michael Herring, Thomas l
tiett. Timothy Herring, Ralph E.
Burda, James Gangle, Jan. Ja
'vls and Charles J. Itoth-ltoffy III.
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May 18

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is tho
second of t.irco teports Arno Arnorice's
rice's Arnorice's "Boat Generation." Te Te1
1 Te1 dayThe Poetry of the Boat.,
By PETER J. HAYES
- SAN FRANCISCO tuP)-- Much
o: the poetry o. rebellion that is
produced by the Beat Generation
is known var,ously as "The San
Francisco Renaissance" and "The
Poetry ot New Violence.",
- With its cool climate and Medi Mediterranean
terranean Mediterranean ininienced Culture, San
Francisco has attracted many 'of
the avant grade poets.
-.But paracioiscally, in a city that
ttselt on being cosmopolitan
and leterate, it was'a censorship censorshiptrial
trial censorshiptrial projected na.lonal attention
9n the Beat Gneration-
Lawrence Ferlinghette, Owner of
a bookstore,, publisher o poetry
and a poet and painter himself,
was arrested and brought to trial
on charges of publishing and sell sell11410
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loch notice tor Inclusion In this.
column should loo submitted tit
v
4tven-written form find Mailed es
the box numbes listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise.", or delivered
'by hied to the office'. Notices et
meetings cannot be accepted itV
tairphonc, '
Canal Zorq Spanish
Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Convex'.
sation Club will hold its regu
bi.weekly meeting at Y:30 pm. to.
morrow at the Quarry Heights Of.
Jeers' lub. All 'persons who', are
eligiblerfor mernbership in' an of.
icers' club are welcome to jOin
Xi members. Thid is net classroom
instruction, but it is an opportuni.
ty ior members and their guests
to improve- their ability to con converse
verse converse iP Spanish, All levels of
fluency' are welcome.' There- are
no rules, regulations, dues n o r
formality. Dress is sport shirts or
comfortable attire. Spanish.speak.
ing guests of members are parti.1
cularly wekome." .:;4
Toon Bali Door Print
Unclaimed 4.4
The door prize which was drawn
it the Teen Ball on April 18, is
still unclaimed. If the holder of
ticket 0453 will call Mrs. Ellen Bai Bailey
ley Bailey at, 2.3212, they will receive a
si vet lea service.
Balboa Woman's Club
Board Mooting :
l'here- will be a nfe.ctint orthe
Bo'axdg of iOfficers ft,6 the BA11).)a
Womah's Club at 9 Lin. tembrrow
at the JWI3.
Management' forum
Mooting
The regulan meeting of Manage.
ment Forum will be held tonight
at 7:30 p.m. Members will have
an opportunity, to participate in
a testing program entitled "Brush
up on your leadership," The validi.
ty of this type of testinewill be
the subject of ,distussion.,'
LE. Doath 'Benefit Assn.
A- meeting of the Silver, Em.,
ployes1 Death Benefit Association
will be held in the meeting room
of the Paralso Civic...Centex, to
morrow at 7 p.kit.''INIdintrrt
siding in the immediate :vicinity
All well ,as those at Pedni Miguel
are invite d. ,
-easiness of Importance, Will 1.0,.
elude if discussion of the reports
covering the actiVitieS of the is.
sociation for the previout year,
One representative to the' hoard
of filreetors will be elected I o r
each of the two' towns. r
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don't make any remarks that em emphasize
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ing "obscene and indecent writ.
ings," narney, the poem "Howl"
by A lati Crinsderg.
The poem is a blazing, at times
incoherent indication ot American
Ide, sprinkled with four letter
words.
It begins, "I saw the best minds
of Iny, geoeration t destroyed by
madness, starv.ing, hysterical, nak naked..."
ed..." naked..."
Ferlinobetti was acquitted and
the audience et bearded, sandal.
ed Bohemians danced in the
counroom. "Howl" has since I
sold mere than 15,000 copies.
, STOCKS PAPERBACKS 1
- 1
, Ferlinghetti's eity Lights pocket 1
book shop cocks nothing but ps.
perbacks, an important factr in 1
North Beachan area where most 1
of the customers are Bohemians
and ars not noted for their cilu ciluence.
ence. ciluence. 4
In his late 30s and With Ph.
1)., from the University of Paria,
Ferlinghetti insists, "I'm not Beat
He said he has the "anarchistic
and libertarian point Of view" and
writes in opposition to a state of
af airs -"where it's' impossible for
a man to live a goOd life."
He said, "Thouread is the !knees.
tor of today's poetry. He suggest. 11
ed 011'41 disobedience ..if conditions
warrant."
Ferlinghetti and Kenneth Rex. I
roth pioneered in reading poetry
accompanied by jazz. 1
In a night cull) called 'The Cel Cellar."
lar." Cellar." they read their works while
a jazz' combo led by tenor sax.
phonisL, Bruce Lippincott impro- 4
vlsed background. 1
While Ferlinghetti denies he is
Beat, Michael McClure, 25, says

PLAN COTTON BARTER i
KARACHI, Pakistan (UP) 4--
Pakistan has approached Communist-
China for the negotiation of
a barter trade deal under which
it would exchange surplus corm
tor rice, informed sourees report.
ed, Monday.
WILL ENLARGE FACTORY
KANSAS CITY (t7P)Sealright.,
Oswego Valls Corp. Monday an announced
nounced announced it will spend $500,000 to
enlarge its factory here with a
new warehousing and manufactur-
ing unit. The plant is scheduled
for completion- in,,November.
Timm- in,,Ployember.
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10 Hawaiian
wreath
17 Poem
19 Reply (tb.)
20 Encountered
22 Italian river
23 Bitter vetch
, 24 Male sheep
20 Exhausted
' 29 Cushion
31 Wile ,,,
, 32 Silkworm'
33 Courtesy title
34 Tendency
-.!; 36 Seine
- 38 Whirlwinds ,,
39 Measure of
s area
' 41 Before
43 Mimic
44 Coloring
, substance
'45 Malt drink :
47 Slow up
50 Seller
03 Mountain
crests ;
14 Macerates
15 Divested, as
, of clothing
Se Writer's mark
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Revoke, IS
legacy
8 Rosebush
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4 Blood moni,
5 Pronoun
-6 Scottish e
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Ithvailau
pepper
' 3 Go
Prsses
10 Hops' klint
12 Cease -',
.13 Female
Saint (ob.)
18 Dower ,
prOperty ",
.21 Small candles
23 Dinner course
25 Female horse
27 Dance step

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DETROIT (uP)'rhe United
Auto Workers yesterlay offered an
extension of 1955 auto contracts
until September, but General Mo Motors
tors Motors was the- first to reject the
offer,' calling it hmaneuver
which has 'the transparent objec objective
tive objective of stalling current negotia negotiations
tions negotiations ufitil 'the 1959 mOdel change changeoyer,",
oyer,", changeoyer,",
The UAW said it would postpone
any wage Increase and extend the
contracts three mohths if the Big
Three would cut tar prices and
extend ; unemployment benefits
during the three months.
But General Motors president
Barlow H. -Curtice handed the
union GM's answer three hours
later, )
"This IS 'net a 'proposal for in industrial
dustrial industrial peace," Curtice saltd "It
is a nropesalat mot---for a tem temporary
porary temporary Stalemate. Through this
device, the inion obviously hopes
te get into mere powerful- post.
tion to. enforee its exorbitant de.
mends." -
UAW president Walter P, Reu Reuther
ther Reuther had said the ournose of the
plan was solely to "overcome our
present pconomie recession end
get America back to work.".
Put (Curtice said. "Orolonced
iockeying on the part 'Of the union
for mAnore livorabl nosl'ion
weuld retsrd economic recovery
furthertindermining
confidence." ,
Curtice then delivered the first
General Motors' breakdown and
reply to the UAW's ,demands for

"I 'accept the teat Coneratinn.;
McClure was born in the
west, raised in Seatt:e and ha
ived in iucsonkru.. Wkthi
Kan., and New York. tie served
in the Merchant litrine and came
to'San Francisco four years Igo.
He is "married, has a three-year.
old daughter. and has published a
book ot poems.

WEAltS QUIZZICAL SMILE

, McClure Manages a body.build.
ing gymnasium on Alarket St., 4
wurks trom 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Ha
is slim, with wide shoulders and
his brown hair is combed straight
back. He wears quizzical smile
as he talks.
''Money is only what you can'
get out of it. What you use to go
somewhere.
"Lite has become too complex.
It uses to be the e svas yes
or no. Now it is yes and no.
..11Vio want to do s many things
as wo can and go to as many
places. Being Boat is doing
things von if it's only riding a:
motorcyeo or shipping out. live
sniffed heroin in Hong Kong to.:
sqo what it's like.
''I write any time r feel like it.
Sometimes in the middle Of 041
bight, when the haby' is yelling.
I Co about a 270-line,poem in sit
hours without any changes. Spar'
time I go sw.mming, listen, to jazi
cool jazz, Miles Davis," Bud Po
well, Anita O'Day." 4.
Most of the younger vpoets are
strongly Influenced by modern
jazz and, like 27-year.ta, Stuart t
Z. Perko f, regard the late sax.
phonist Charley "Bird", Parker se'

a "culture hero." ,
"You can't fool sorry for a man
who blows like that," Portion,
said. "Ho had to us 'link (nor,
coticst to play like that, He had,
to dsstroy Minion to play .like
that, Junk was tho sem to Itird Itirdas
as Itirdas alcohol was to Dylan Thomas.'
How really Important ,is ,Beat
Generation poetry?
, Mrs.' Ruth WittDiamant, direc.
tor of the influential San Francis.
co State College Poetry Center, bet.'
Reyes that some o,! it isn't at
important as the authors might
think, but "American culture woil
be impoverished without it."
, "They ire the spokesmen' tor
the dispossessed, of the refected,
such as the Negroes, It is the Ian.
Iguage of agony," she said.
Answer. te Previous' Puzzlei
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30 Noise ,,, 44 Dentist (0;41
34 Seesaw 41 tormerly
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37 Barterer intatuationkil
3t Musical drams 41 Crimson i4'.)
40 Ministers 'r 61 And, go, fOr.th!o:'.1.:4
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otors,Rejects UAltiL
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acwreemefeign.g, at.:age k.ttd, ..15,e,n,,,eftt.:In,-. : : 1
"The estimated i'isi id' thi ico-
nomit do.mands made" lit these ,
' meetings (negotiations to dale) bt
the UAW ore in execs Of 73 centil
'per hour per emplOye," Curtiee
said. ,, ,,,., -, i-,, -,0'. , ,,,,
, Lashing out at the UAW's claim 1
that -its bargaining demands ore 1
non-inflationary, Ctirtice said the ?
annual wave inoreste asked would
be 10 'cents an hour, special wage
increases anothor 12 cents an hour,
Additional ,, holiday-vacation-over- 1
'time pay 9 eels's, pensiona 13 .,,
cents, insitrinc 'I c";- Oho." i'',.- i
direct 'wage Costs 3 cents,' local f
plant demands, 24 cents:' .. 1
, Curtico said the UAW has Ivo.- l
posed 248 thenSes in the, cOntrget..1 i
which would, in Affect. Make Gen..1 l
tral Alotors pay full wages to 2,600 t i
unl,ti bu.ilesa teilta; ,- '
, The Mt presidenV ealei titan. 41,, ;
mien of the rresent contraet.witit 1 i.
its provision lot a 212' per, cent ; ..:
wase increase each year. wouI41 I
guarantee workers 14 cents an I
hour niore over the next two 1 I
years, lie said the cost.of-living 1
allowance lilts- brought workers. 1
another' 23 cents an ,hour since i
I
1955 and its quart.riv adjustments i
would mean annaier 2 tenta an i 1
hoeir Affective in June.
.
' ()nitre sald Ceneral Motors 'T ( ;
WOUldi notonly,,,,continue 'to lay ,,,,,,
aside 5 cents an hour for supple- ',
mental uneinnlovwn compensa-,: 1
tion, in 'the States where this ts 1
approve& t, t
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Farewell ?Party
Alberta Lizotte of Ancon
enkertained at a farewell party last
nitht in honor of Prentiss Smith,
AIP at Fort Clayton, who is leav
ing the army Thursday for his
home is Caslleton, Vermont. Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 3,5 of his friends svere
present and Mr. Smith received
many gifts. -
"Lova is Eternal" Staged
ily Canal Zane Jr. Collage
Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
the C,anal Zone Jtmior Col'ege will
, 1,41
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' The Rett. ILLTON VICKIRS
leveral years ;Without an
Assistant pastor, the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights i3 to
welcome' the Bev,: Elton Vickers
at the Sunday services, this. Sun.
'"'The Vickers is One of 'the ma.
'ay young- men. the church 'has
sent, into the ministry anCis re,
turning ',work :which he orga.
k' sized 'as- a -layman in the church.'
.,-As a graduate engineer he Will
employed by the Nayy.: at R o d.
man when' he: received his Call
into full.time ininistry, For three
years :her had worked with ,, the
youth an& young' married couple
of the churdh organiYiee hilisiong
'preaching 'points; Bible -ystudy
' groups :And, youth fellowship.,',
Upon :resigning' his, Navr work
In4f,t14,y4re, 'eritoftA
, Gate Seniumry it San- PrinciSce:
Ca). Ile' took ,a ; degree ',in 4 tell.
gidus 'education '''and' a 'bachelor'
of divinity ,itt expositorY, Pre,e11,,
ing. He -tn, be gradnated,
day morning.tWhile In. Seminary
' be has -,natored. the, first:, Snan.
ish BantistChurch of Ban1)11131o,
cat.; leading,' the church
bundler program:1' ,,A
- At 'the-Bathos Heights,-, church
' in' be the assistant, in -.the
pastor,,in directing the. yuth
dueltionsl, and 'Iniasions program
' of, the church., The ReVs,,,Vickeri
will be accomnonied byAla wife,
Dorisi-tad theic, three, phildrent
ThdaY,, will make their '0 homeip,'At
' $8 Morgan- Avenut, ro;
oerty roceptly purchased from the
anal ind redecorated Py the
men of the.i
-,' Tle, will be ,officially Installed
4-1,44aft nastot, atecial
sero,, Al Sunday:: May. 11. Ho
, llenin Ala work filling the
it f thi h i
pti o urc e- e;,", eh.-
- Penal,' ot the .Tnev."
.1,,6-iw,''who.i will be ',leaving With
,t1s, n'two.tnowh vaca.
- '401thwing ,111, ettewlanee. at
' the 3,uthernnAtiptist Convention
- at Hous'on,
iThechtirch hag planned an olti
'fashioned- "moutidin". and house
warming 'forAhe Vickers on Mon;
day' eight in. the social room of
the church and at 'the ,new home
et the Aassistant pastor
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ARABS SOYCOTT SHIP :
' DAMASCUS. V.Ati:(VPS-21110
Arab tea gut blacklisted
Ish 'shin Sunday 'mouse'. Viited
both Aral, and israell ports' during
a single voyage. Me Arab
Leol'unta. central office for boy.,
", totting tartlet talc! the Olin w0s
- -he-ISM-tort Ttlls. owned., hit
tranniorin, Tt said the Ain
)ated the Arab bnycott, regulations
against large).

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!present "Lore Is Eternal" which I
Joseph R. Vogel, president of
' has been presented in many sucj
cesful productions in the United 11.c'ew's' Ine., today announced
States. -The three-act stage play ;that the company has concluded
will be given at the Diahlo Heights. inefotiations s hereby Sol C. Sie SieTheatre.
Theatre. SieTheatre. Admission is UAL 'gel wIll Ix'conle bead of M-G-M
' 'studio operations.
Terms of the threelear agree agree1,,,,,,,
1,,,,,,, agree1,,,,,,, ,,.. ,.. e ,-1 .f
i iL31 i II' ) 3:71' 4 iment were not disclosed.
i a li 1, Vogel expressed his satisfae satisfae,
, satisfae, ..

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But there were, reoOrts itOrd
I:ondon that the United States
Britian And Fr nee misht temper
their rejection by altreehisr-to let
the two Soviet satellites join' in'
the discussions if subjects. affect.
info their interests arise.
Consultations oti the western re.
nly were belnp held here by the
British find French embassies
with the State Department. re.
plv wax expected to be disnatch.
eel to MOscow in few (WS.
-Russia suclested Saturday that
pnl,n4 tiorl C7ePhowtnrols be in
eltydael in Dre-summit dixenxtionx

I tin, t, to' P wegtern note eallin2
on ".,,'oviet Union to "-meet Int
metlistniv fond in;ntiv Toth t h
V.q.. British end Prennh
sadort to tlet,rmine wItetttee
mmitnit meettna wonirl ieneth,,
Butsis hod been- 'folltint
with three., ,envoys In separste
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DOUGLAS: RECALLS WORKERS
SANTA' MONICA,. Calif. i'llP).-
Dottalas Airraft Co.,1a14.MovidaY
: it la rPetilloa 12 workort to Its
an Tulsa, Okla, B47 plant. at a to.
.14 .t

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R.,- To Al Pts
.. ti w tion at being able .to announce
the appointment. He said it would
be Siegel's task to supervise the
' s ) utilization of the largest single
CleChS Ili 51:741711 ...etc 0,3f etthuere cmo tapoirnagt ioonp era an td 0, ntos
pia i k i
' on a profitable basis.
WASHINGTON. April 29 (UP)
The western big three p I a a' "$A'e look forward to the con-1
tributions Sol C. Siegel will make 1
speedy rejection of Russia's- de leo ht-G-M." he said. "His comI.
mand that Poland and Czechosio-lbinstion of showmanship and bus-1
vakia bt included In all pre-sum
4,,A. hilit;ae win moan 'mitt tA(,

bination of showmanship and bus busMess
Mess busMess abilities will mean 'much to

n I IFIVb3 auligues Will 'siren IIILILII ILP
W mit negotiations in Mosciw di lo
I matic sources said today--' v our company. Hig appointment is
lanother forward step in our pro proif
if proif first But there were:renoits itOrd
we T Ar As A urem few Ldpw' Ineornnrated."

gram, for ',Ow's. incorporated."
Ecm Theo, vice-president and
administrative head of the studio
operation, and E. litannix, gen.
cral manager joined in praising
the Siegel appointment.,
"We welcome Sol C. s Siegel
with enthusiagm,"k they. said "He
will have full cooperation and
support from all of us."
Since the fall of 1955. Siegel has
been an-independent producer at
the studio.

r W' Ur, i ,.eenn"e'r'i n be in s
rqinuo. in Dre-sum mit digolgtinrut I GETS AXLE ORDEN,
e Ian Iv 4; no 0 an t
ti to' P wgforn firths 0.111.4 I MINNEAPOLI (VP) NAPCOE,

Industries Inc. Monday announced
it will be award it 10 million
contract by Curtiss :,Wright Corp.
to make 1,5000 ,Oriving axle as assemblies
semblies assemblies nd Whet undergear for
st litre militRry,orgitie fOr tactical
bank trucks being filled byqurtiss
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NINE4 Pe It$ONIP DROWN
LA ROCHELLE. Fronre (UM
Nine nArsonst inequdiner five menu
berg ,of one family, drowned $tin.
lay nit.fht when a estollinaed
to thA Sevre river' neer here. The
!ArntlY trolt4 Inc:11104-i ihe mother,

- "r' rr f grnnn incin""n Tne
suit of expanded Inspection svorkitsther:ind three Children..
reseestammoyeettestemommetenittiteeinnutemmemommose

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:TROMOTED HOward D. Rhodes Melt) fonnerly of Balboa,
'rectives-ilisignia of the'rank of major'from Col..Thomas Der.
, Rogers, Ne'li iork District Bngineer., Rhodes,- a graduate of
Balboa High School, Is the son Mrs. Helen M. Rhodes,' writ).
retired earlier this year from' her pOsition 'with the ?Mitt
Canal CO.. lifs present assignment is assistant Jor ,military
ConStrnction in .the office id the, el:ft Maria, Bngineer.

iDistribution
Of Scripture
Portions Up

The American Mible Society has
reported that in the last ten
years, due to great improvements
in the appearance of its eiiions
of pocket Gospels and other
Scripture portions, the total distri.
bution of these small books has
been over 75,000,000 copies in 16
)anguages.

This figures does not Include
the wide circulation by the Bible
Society of whole Bibles and corn cornPlete
Plete cornPlete copies of the New T e ame-t
-
IP ring the last seven years the
Cen ral America agency of the
American Bible Society with head headnuarters
nuarters headnuarters In Cristobal issued 191,-
899 coplei of the Sermon on the
Mount alone. This portion of three
chapters of Matthew contains the
Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer,
together with other incisive say sayings
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', INEW'YORK, April 29 --, (UP) ---,The world 1, .- ,:':..) .,,,,, ., .,.. ,,, ,,- :,.,1 , .. 4.,
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' - clia6piort 3Illwaukee Braves,. knowing all too well .--. I s'i, ..-.........,-.7,......-:.; .. -,. 1
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holy' thee things tan turn out, .are, nt on putting i -. ,: .1. it'4 3 v ,:. ,,,, .- slA)11. s J
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I : tipio' ii. bW: the' : 6ia'nts' haVe be' an- night' game. dBothh PRnridely so,r ittioth, .,,-. 1 --...-: li,.,,,, .0:I.& -.40,i,,..... ",,,,,,,li '''',. .,4;,.'''.'!.....,....;,. i .- 44' , ., i z: .ii.....". -",: i. r. ',,,,N.,,
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' tere they Aire leadmg the Nation- tos Angeles, and Bob Friend hag' :. .... -' -1 f
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been given. ,ths,bonor of ',being ',4,-- -- --
. :i, : ; ,St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) ', Chicago at Baltimore .(N)
second-place Milwaukee. the first Pirate pitchor to 'Work
Milwaukee, at Chicago ', ' Detroit at New York - :
',, -- It maF be a new sensation for w th that left field screen at his ';: '''
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles N) Kansas City at Boston. .- -
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; onnto the Braves; ,. tart
, .1 , Onfy five years ag0, after, th y
.' v p, w 3822 ,... y F.W; Post 2822,41nner of the second,Hall In the CUrtilldill Teen-age League; Froni row (left to rightl:. ' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS -, YESTERDAY'S RESULTs
, had'shifted their franchise froem the pace-setting Yankees began
' tt B b 'Wallace, Jim Hovan, Hill Arnold, Hill SteP ben, MacLane, Fred Evers, Bithoy,Jim Mercian, Back row (left: '' No games scheduled, .- No games schedul cl.
., Boston to Milwaukee, 'the Braves tackling the 'western clubs ater Frank Baggo o
,,,. ; got off to a fiYing start, too, win- having won eight of their rust 11
a lames from eas .
tern rivals Casey
to right: Manager Gilbert Marcum, Nen Majors, Bob ,Meyers, Jim Brown, Farl.Griggs, Tom Arnold, Bill ,Scrandett, Ballas Man .,,, I - ., .,., , ,. e , 1 ,'.
- ning'15 of their first 20 game .,, Bing I'M Metcalf, coach Mide Dew. -, ., 4. ,,, -44 i , ,,,, 4 ..-....,....,-
.. , ,, tengel,, grumbling a, bit lately a. , ..
i Lib the Giants, no oni took bout his team's hitting, has nom- .. ,,,, .- .. : '.. .. - -, --:, .. , '. : ., .. .-, :, ,,,,, :. , ., .,,,, ,... ,,,,,,..,
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' 'm seriously at first. After all, Mated Southpaw Bobby Shantz (1- c ' 1 1111 s -' '''. --. , .- ,,,
, they had finished. seventh ths 0) to face Paul Foytack, who ..
. year before-4 notch lower 'than' sports a 2-0 record forDetrolt. ,;., i .
erveceria 11111
-0 or a :Pi c es.' on rea .. ..
the.Giants wound up last season Kansas' City, the lig surprise of ' 1 '' 4 '' 4 ..! By Conrad() Sargeant : ,': .-, 1::, ,,,, ,-
- ...but the Braves ,confoundod the the American League, will be try.. Ga1.111) ., --;
m oa Invitational '-, .,, 4,, , : ,, - -4, -4- ----- ,..5.:. ,, , ,, ,.....,L.....: , ,, . .,,,
4sperts by developing into 'sor' ing to strengthen- its hold On sec. 7 ., , ., ,,
1 '' ' '. ''''. .' ' ... ..., . ''' t' ' ,,, .',,.; ,. , : ::- -No' 'Iociey.s Were-suspended and The 'Panama' Aine'ric-an won-with'' ''
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ofenptenRaeltimeosndisstheelorduts d3luirinpogintthse, tmh eonrtehs uo ft Aofprota8. wLi nan eFris, .4, im,
i ', lous pennant threat and finatir ond place in a game against the
' ,, ) finishing second. t k -. ; so- far ,disappointing Red Sox, at --,-.. 4
' -"Don't forget, too,'-that during Boston., Jack Urban (10) is slat. . , ,
Sollball'Iournament
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INEW'YORK, April 29 (UP) --,The world
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-, champion 3Iilwaukee Braves,. knowing all too well
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hon these things ran turn out are bent on putting
a quick stop to that surprise party. house-warmin g
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or Nihatever else,you want to calrit out there in San
Francisco.
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up:to now, the' Giants have been night' game. Bob PUrley or Joe
having sthall, at 'their- new home Nuxhall will do the Redlegs' pitch.
in San'Francisco, Most everyone ing. ---, --
picked them sixth or seventh, but Pittsburgh gots its first look at
here they ,are leading the Nation tos Angels's, and Bob Friend has'
al League, a half-game ahead of been given the, honor of 'loins
second-place Milwaukee. the first Pirato pitchilr to 'Work
It may be a new sensation for with that loft field screen at his
' the tFiants but it's aft old familiar back. Friend is 2.0 and he'll foot
tart Erskine, who is 1-0.
' one,to the Braves;
Only five years age, after they Over in the American League,
had'shifted their franchise from the pace-setting Yankees begar
Boston to Milwaukee, the Braves tackling the 'western clubs aer
, got ,off to a flying start, too, win- having won eight of their first 11
games from eastern rivals. Casey
ning'15 of their first 20 games.,
- Stengel, grumbling a, bit lately a.
Like the Giants, no one took bout b' to
is am's hitting, has DOM DOM.
. DOM. 'ens seriously at first. After all, Mated Southpaw Bobby Shantz (1.
thop had finished. seventh the 0) to face Paul Foytack, who
, year beforea notch lower 'than sports a 2-0 record for Detroit.
tHo'Giants wound up last scum Kansas' City, the lig surprise of
.0but tho Braves confounded tho the American League, will be try
'experts by developing into 'sor.- ing to strengthen- its hold on sec sec,
, sec, loos pennant throat and ond place in a game against the
finishing second. t so- far disappointing Red Son at
-"Don't forget, too,'-that during Boston. Jack Urban (10) is slat.
one stretch last year the Giants ed to go for the A's and Tom Brew
played the best ball of anyone et,' (1-1) for the seventh-place Red
, in tbe league," says Milwaukee sox, ,
manager Fred Haney. "Maybe oth. '
ers ire brushing them off as a The last-place thilago White
flash-in-the-pan, but I'm not," Sox, who have Shown practically
' Haney is leading with his left- no punch at the plate at all, are
handed ace, Warren Spahn, a- at Baltimore for night, game.
' gainet the Cubs at Chicago today. Southpaw Billy Pierce, a 20-game
Spahn will be shooting for his third winner last season who has drop dropStraight
Straight dropStraight victory while- the Cubs, ped his first' two -decisions this
almost as much of a Surprise as Year, faces ex-teainmate ,,,,I a c k
the Giants, will be aiming to take Harshman, (2-0); '-
over sole possession of second Fireballer Herb Score will make
place, whick they,now share with his filth appearance of the season
Milwaukee, s, !I ,4 fop Cleveland againt,Washington.
The Gianti Meanwhile, will be ' 4
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showing' the Phillies' San Francis- T
, t,ucky Strike Tourney
co for the first time, Thery re send-
log Ray Monzant, fresh off alour Practice' ROurid ow
, hit 10 conquest over the Cubs, a-
gainat Philadelphiee, top south. Being. Held At mador
paw Curt Simmons. The ',Phil- ,,,' i
:lies' left-hander has failed to, go Practice rounds for the 198
ithe ,distance tsv,o previous ef- LuCky Strike Invitational Golf
, forts' and still i after his first vie- Tournament, which gets under,-
- tont. way next Monday May S'at tho
Fred Hutchinson's Cardinals, off Fort Amador golf 'course,: a
to a last-place 3-8 start, have lost 'now being hold.
four of their last five starts and are Any golfsr desiring a too,timo
hopint that (Vinegar between- 7 and 9:30 cns. should
Bend) Mizell can start them on the call tho Ft.' Amador, Golf Club
' way tip against Cincinnati in a 5232 or 5231.
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'1,,i. Jew'1,,i. '' .. s,,,:.., v F Albrook FlYers. Ft.',Calpton- WOn the top of the pitching department. ers who are offering congratula. L. ,.
t L e a g u e t r i u in p h a n d H a r r y 6 eiv..lle. 0 o .. h.0,,o.,,,Ay'll,i,fri,. Aomoe crlr'ai,c.dstAnaee:Rsni poe: ,Gawnwo:rraasa,srnhtdt, tha:, eemil, cis seq,Dtanhueotecarni hyh f ibe 00y ii voec. fade: iettdchoiane, rwuiscid:lotel, .. h. if traa, :bbeov:eef.. , ,..,..:,:
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1 ' i 4 by forfeit ever ilarbor,,, Defense His 7 and 1 is 'tse best in' t h e tions to thel958 champions;
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' ,40-..,-,; i Unit. los Tigres turned 'back fo- league and his earned run output Plans are in the making. to s .ge T
ta ay or oo ,, , ,,
I t k the loss '' I
Don Cardwel" went all the way M, T 'ri '
dden by the great. Eddie Arcaro.
' well's Garage,' and Pan Liouido is the lowest in the circuit.- an Isthmian championship series to break Miami's six.game,losing ,., '' .-..',,L , ,... '.,'"' ilteewazeat.,bwuats5boa.wnngeerd.Mherran- Einldizawbheethn .. i..
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- ,.--- :,,,: ,1,- ; (thickly knocked over '11., Kohhe Henry Thomas and his Mecha- between' Boite W and Cafe Cool- streak and gain his first win. Don
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Sykes Regulars. THe teams enter. nics moved into an early, lead as spot.-Tentative plans have this se.,
Ili. Johnson, the league's ,most, vain. . .
Advance To Panama
, ... ,, .. , --, ing the finals were, -; ' they roughed up Agar, for two ries starting Saturday at Santa
- - able 'Ditcher last year was charg. ,
'' "1" wend ' ---- .'
Abernathy Unisoorts, -- Cervece. runs in the first Inning ,to set the ta and -continuing at, the
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'',. ol 11 Munt ed w''' fth his-third straight setback.
------,r--- : '' '' ria Nacional,v Fort Clayton and pace for the contest. In the third, Hope Stadinm on Monday and , , Tennis Semihnals
A t$
., "rough riding '
iniai nnat hf III ye ti eh sasn f ma 1 at hnyi gt,tkh:01 wr 4113 rgi ,,I,., ,.. ..
- ' N'' ,' ,--- ' Lo I Tigres. with both teams playing '7- good Tuesday nights. ,
'. '',,E) e'ri vhati 1:edloiabri r s'0,, tmeape mh." r 0 y tehdevpanacni ,,
" . ' .---. ---- -. '- --- ' ' The championship was determ- ball, the famed resilience of the ,, ,. ,..
- ---,----- ,,, .. ined as Pan Liquid defeated Los Fighting Firemen became faintly a e rt- ins
, horsemen,. They did 'lot erannstsrelc..r,.i:,'.71,',
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- Tigres, 5.to.2 with Ernie Camoi. evident as they tallied one to stay
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, --- --,., se brilliently hurling this was the close to Powell& But in the fourth ,
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which will bi, run en -May 18.-
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- ', pliers Who earlier upset the Pa. the -Coolspot team, scortng our , SC 00 T .
. the race with 108 pounds and this,' ;
,: nToctouparnba ym ebnota,ty; negstesradvaeyri o' ,, amf toll; I. , our.- f, odro t, h. el a sfe, vGeuna.ffudri al e,not
-' ,."' , .. . cific Softball League Chainpions, times ' .''l i ' ' ' .',' ','': FOOTBALL; .. '..', -, '77, 4, .. ',,,,,,,-,..A...,....kv ..,-, ,..,
writer, among others, can't ima., 'I'.
t.' ---, ,! tiOhnod p,Ga enOarmi I fla of ay di; pr Oi z sCw4 i m7 m- 5 i nagt
"Janina would have gotten 'intd.-:''''
- Abernathy Unisnort; Cerveceria , -
,,, Dyring this inning, th'eL:Fir e- '''Diablo ilethe. ntnri SChoor's ;
J I' 1STAND-FAST.. k., --
, 6 '''.. .L- Nacional, and McNair Latie best.
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' '''' ' -- d Al a pitcher's duel. men lost control of themselves and man touch football season got un unlooked
looked unlooked disorganized while t h e 7 der way last Tuesda at the Stad. . LAFAlit'rTE,. ta; (UP) '-,... jay' Peel court. ,,, ,
8 Hebert of Sanford, Fla:, coasted Jhursday Julie. Pinilla and
. gine Ragazza or Amah giving the
- I' -'.,,,z1--,,--..3.--.4-,,E.----,;1, --),-,, Further, details on the tour- ne stroke off )the pace on the George Motta wilt meet tne
Eleta brothers' 1--1-1er f I try," '
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staged the biggest and,: longest, WM. The four teams competing ?first ,three round, s 'of the $1,5,000 father.....s.e.n.,.ce.mbine!ion of Bill
i weights and a beatinv '-' '
..,J-,,--,- h. d '1 ' 'rhubard of the season as a result th P. t G ts B av
i--- ,,t;.--,f. , -,. subsequent issue of t rs al y. are e ma es, Ian Lafayette. Open golf tournament tleictsal Hew Jr. in one sem In h r t t rt. 1 't '''
e re urn o conipe i ion as
, i ---,-, F- -i- e.,',--,' ' ' , of a decision -of the. umpires on a and Dodgers and are piloted by our. final match The winning due
before steaming through a f . f Suilday, Janina not quite sharp'
t, ,--',-',,.-- --, i-l -.--;-,..,--,' 0 ' :' 1 RS WIN ''' rundown play 'in-which Rod Nu- C n R Vecchio e D, 1 Van under-par final 'round for a 67 and will, than meet the winners e
- '11 ' 1' - '',-''' .. .',s 11 "'-''''-i--;,,---- -.15 ;:,,,,-,i,s i - p ,, U.S. WOMEN SK g ,., ... ouze s, . following a 3a'off f 1 '
y o ,severa ....
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, ,,- nez eve e a ag an go ac Loon, and R., Miller -respectively.
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Tuesday is game 'the Pirates sunual ,'-- v .,
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A mont s uring' which she w a a
, treated for 'leg ailment, dfsplay. 1
, . -...,,,,--.,, :"-', ,-.--.,, Pinny ',Pitou of -Guilford, N.H., contended that Nufiez had run out S d I t h it Delvalle
un ay s ma c P g
, h4 ,.. t.",....-- ,..:-.-,-;--1---.- and Braves was won by the Bray. ''. --',- i ' ed her usual class Sh to ed ith-
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' '' I' tall tri angular ., .. .. and Betsy Snite oysiorwich, Vt., of the regulation three-foot imagi-- es the score 24,6. The Pirates were 'Hebert shot' five,.strokes ahesd Omphrey, against the Atlantic -a good field of natives and ..-4
' finished L2 ,Sunday ,in the wont. nary line te evade. DeSouza's tag. handicapped d
uring the first, r half of a field dotted with seven golf. side pair of Carl Benjamin ,and going far awa at th d lvas''''
' en's giant slalom ""e 0
vent f 'othe Net result of their beef was a long ers who-held or shar
ed the tour. ,Albert Loney. - , , 3.' .e., el! ... ,,
due ,, to an under-manned team.
' ..a bottle ' L' .1- 11 shi
4 ,t -' Oetr.Tal skiing c amnion ps. de y a d P we s ,,
la n o 11 four runs. nament lead durin the first. three ., This interesting tournament is .
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. 'Pt Eric, Robinson made the only g- , 4
- ,. (' e' i' '.,4, Pepi Gramshammer of Austria' Raging mad, with a live-run de.
touch down foe them In the se- r,ounds., ,.,-, ,, .., D Jantzen. ,- --
. .. ,,,, ,,. sporisereu y , , 't, ..' 41 4
.. ' ..- e , -,. .. woti the men's' title.: ,- ., f
mit facing them and the possibili. eond half. The Braves were great. '.' ' SERVICE
-' ' d h h' '
. , ., , ,,,,, ' ty of having to wait'ont more day 1
y dependent upon ,D. VanLoon .' 1i.
usty winds an ,t e igh hu- J I r nano, , CENTERS
, before clinchin the 1958 ennant rilidit of the' Lbuisiana lowland nIn ,n ,, ..
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, "Pr'"'6,-,,,,4 the Firemen who played with their do
toojt a toll on Led Biegetti2...of St.. ..., ,, ...? '....- ...:. .i -- -, TONIGHT
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-- ,,,,, It; UVAIVOL,A ri I ri 105. toa Ti.0 i :1":'''' ... .. s.. .."'"'' ''' .. v .' touch for tne Braves. k , basketball Journelt,. I
it-a-rted a, ,,tiprising against ,the ,The Giants and Dodgers dash'. BALBOA .- : r MIS ii itioe
,, :: .- t ,,001 '' .' ' ' Don thurray in- f .,' riowell ace, I,,eshe' Drayton and
ad him runnmg' for shelter be. ed Wednesday. Ibis game proved -11rossinger, N.Y., And other tour.
ing PGA yrAs.,, : ,, ,
it I ' 1'A, HA'rruL OF ItAIN'' very thrilling ,as there was much ,' ' ., t '''' In Formative Stage ,,, , ...parlos Thompson -
- "1""....4'e"' r t ' ' Van JohnsOn in rtf.e Ithueddb;:ty:noctl)it Ilse froeulfet It owl) ad se or i n -.
g The Gianta won by the leB,:la gaetttithamie.nCdoll:;ifi ss4hahr:Ides thaet .
4,,, mAGic nos" ',,,77.' :','
A- t?''r f, ,, '', "BOTTOM of the BOTTLIO tagged with the key blow f th
13" j tre:rdIng(VIOL6lay .101111e Ina 'the former faltered with
CoAch Stew' BroWn of 'the Can.
,, t i ning, a three run double to right, a twO-oVer-mar 73 on the final b
IC7 -n scoring, 24 of ttheir pointe.ltiley . al, Zone Jimior College has egun
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,s--A -t-,.31.500!". ,, ,- ., , by Eusebio (Chebo Ortiz., T h e o e an d Ostenso m4de the other 2 round and finished in a tie for, breparations for the annual Jun. Eleanor Parker ,, BM Trav'ers'.
' "I'l '"a16.4ilirl'a'''.'s0 , I. no 'op 1.1 ona le Imo vi, three RBI's upped Or,tiz' total Jo tallies. fofe, the, Giants Worsham secon0 ,nth fBob Rosburg of Palo
, ior College Invitational Basket- '''THE SEVENTH SIN" Ciscope '
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't-l'op .71.2) b , 4 20 which makes him top man, on VGeicagnhtsiory 205,
was the bie wheel for.the Dodgers Alt, Cain' ' ; ,,. bpi' Toitrnainent,
-,...T-r yr --Adi e 2 nnivr-i LI 7 t41..!tasc,ij?y,-4--:::..;:---- scorine both of their tfflieh rinwne ' ''''. ' ' InAth froirrin man, win Viti maU.
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J;11bil outrung plteners, nerman
ThUrSdaY SaAe- zoomed o a 7 on the llto 0 a team from each -brst.ich
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law .1)-1.' Agard (Coolspot) and Leslie Dray. piABLO RTS I
"CLASH,BY NIGHT'', 3,
- v 'POI ton (Powells) were not around the aPd Dndgers lighting for their
final round for a tie for' sixth,5
cewav mark, 'zoomed to a 284 rristobal High, Marti n .",
' GOC TAn A first win. The Pirates won, the arv of Eastland eh side 'of the Isth. Y
Z'A'"kr Itr;a01"" 30e liar Or i 9:00
Tex ,w e
Ind Don ,Ianti
ho th' lead at h teams from ea ms Robert Ryan
' ' sought after win, bythe score, of 1,- 4 mus and the three schooi tea
- 1'4 :t911"4. 111 e e of the Armed Forces civilian
' ,, RORY CALHOUN 1 the
18-0. Eric Robinson. scored 2 of
- 3 touch tiowns while Poore scor. final score for a- tie,for Ilth; h or
e um
, ed the only other Hebert collected $2.000 first conegRea,lboa H!gh anid
"41 I 1 11110t1ICAL'
, Kristine MILLER in
touch down , GAmBoA ; 7:00
h e r money, oosting Ins tournament
INO KID" , poore scored the only. o t
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, ,evv ague "TRit, STRANGSE 'ONE"
Invitations will be extenned to Ben Gazzara
, morrOW:
, iv, a AA,?, 1 A eral times but intereeted passes I' ''n" atiron.Level Compel
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B,oger Smith
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George MONTGOMERY. !n Re 9ne of The Lucky Winners The team rosters are as follow. , ,
s ,1 k ''''' ' .' ,' FANGIO TO EE ALITO';' '.
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tournaMent must comply the fol-
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Sannders -,' in' the Indianapolis 500-mile race or the' Junior College. , , P ' ,
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lean cars,'before deciding.whether
: -;-'''4., Major Meyers t ',. ,-,, ,, Lane elilbite,erunil:r rimB (re eat run)
, 2. No member of the team may 1
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night game. Bob Puriey or Joe
Nuxhall will ch) the Red legs' pitch,
Pittsburgh gets its first look at
tas Angeles, and Bob Friend hat'
been given the, honor of ',being
tha first Pirata pitchilr to 'Work
with that left field screen at his
back. Friend is 2.0 and he'll foot
tart Erskine, who is 1-0.
Over in the American League,
the pace-setting Yankees began
tackling the 'western clubs aer
having won eight of their first 11
games from eastern rivals. Casey
Stengel. grumbling a, bit lately a.
bout his team's hitting, has nom nominated
inated nominated Southpaw Bobby Shantz (1-
0) to face Paul Foytack, who
sports a 2-0 record for Detroit DetroitKansas
Kansas DetroitKansas City, the lig surprise of
the American League, will be try trying
ing trying to strengthen its hold on sec second
ond second place in a game against the
so- far ,disappointing Red Sox, at
Boston. Jack Urban (10) is slat slated
ed slated to go for the A's and Tom Brew
er (1-1) for the seventh-place Red
last-plaa thilago White
Sox, who have Shown practically
no punch at the plate at all, at
at Baltimore for At night, game.
Southpaw Billy Pierce, a 20-game
winner last season who has drop dropped
ped dropped his first' two -decisions this
yea'', faces ex-teammate Jack
ll'arshman, (2-0); 1,
Firehaller Herb Score will make
his filth appearance of the season
fop Cleveland againtWashingtom
Lucky Strike Tourney
Practice' Round, ow
Being. Held At Atm or
Practice rounds for ths 190
Lucky Strike Invitational Golf
Tournament, which gots under'.
way mixt Monday May Vat ,tho
Fort ,,Amador' golf, 'COWS,
, now being bold.
' Any golfar desiring a factima
botwoon 7 and 9:30 a.nt. should
call tho Ft. Amaclor Golf Club
1 5232 or 5231.
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V I W. 3822 V. F. W., Post '3822, winner of the second Ilan
Frank Baggett, Bob Wallace, Jim Hoven, Bill Arnold, Bill Step
to right: Manager Gilbert Marcuni, Nen Majors, Bob ,Meyers,
ning, Jim Metcalf, coach Mide Dew.

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'The eighth annual Gamboa In Invitational
vitational Invitational Softball ,Tournament
held on Saturday was won by
Cerveceria Nacional Pan Liquid,
runnersup in the ,Pacific ,Softball
League this year.! J,"
, Pan Liquid managed by veter vetertin
tin vetertin Sam Cattlett displayed nothing
more than championship form as
approximately 400 fans witnessed
the day long tournament w th
Fritz Cheney as co-ordinator."
On a 4 to 0 win over Ft. Clayton
Cavalier, winners of the PAAF
Softball Tournament which,-,' was
held recently in Ft. Gulick; the
Beermen white-washed the' Caval.
iers behind "Big Mac" Lane." ;
The day's ,activities started off
with a 'bang", as Abernathy Un Unisport'
isport' Unisport' Opened ,against Albrook
Flyers on Diamond No:'1,' and
Ft. Clayton against the Navy's
Harbor Defense ,Unit on Diamod
No. 2. ,
, The othe games were Powell's
Garage against Los 'rigres and
Hq. and Ng. Co. lst Battle Group,
(Ft. Kobbe) against Cerveceria
Nacional Pan Liquido;IThea e,
games were eliminations, as only
four teams wfr selected for the
finals., ,-' '?
Abernathy -1.InNoort elimlnated
Albrook Flyers, Ft.'Calptotl won
by forfeit ever -Harbor t' Defense
Unit. los Tigres turned 'back Po.
well's Garage,' and Pan Liouldo
ouickly knocked over 11. Kobbe
Sykes Regulars. The teams enter entering
ing entering the finals were'
Abernathy Unisoorts, Cervece Cerveceria
ria Cerveceria Fort Clayton and
Lo I Tigres.
'rhe championship was determ determined
ined determined as Pan Liquid defeated Los
Tigre& 5-to-2 with Ernie Camoi Camoise
se Camoise brilliently hurling this was the
itteerme-'1 second win for the day.
Playing against yt., clayton
pliers Who earlier upset the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Softball League ChamplOnS,'
Abernathy Unisnort; Cerveceria
Nacional and McNair Latie hest
ed Al usmus in a pitcher's duel.
Further, details ,,, on the tour tournament
nament tournament will be Publisfied in a
subsequent issue of this daily.
U.S. WOMEN sKIERs WIN WININNSBMICK,';
INNSBMICK,'; WININNSBMICK,'; Aiistria
Penny Pitou of ,Guilford, N.H.,
and Betsy Snite of1Norwich, Vt.,
finished 1-2 ,Sunday",in the wom women's
en's women's giant slalom ",,"event pf 'othe
Oetr-Tal skiing championships.
Pepi Gramshammer of Austria
wait the men'e title.:
,
,
TODAY ENCANTO T.15
WABOO! $115.00 ,!
- Don Murray in
PA, BArrula OF RAIN"'
Van Johnson in
"Borrom of the BOTTLE"
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RORY CALHOUN..., 11
1 Kristine MILLER in
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1 POPULAR NIGHT!
, .$110 pet CAW
George MONTGOMERY
"ROVERS ROOST".
imm ca me 113
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TI1Z FAN VI AnERICAN AN

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By HERBEiTivisiiISE
W L Pct GB
Cafe Coolspot 12 5 ,-706
Dep. Baby Salm 9. 7 .563 212
Powells 9 8 .529 3
Hermanos, Yohros 3 13 .188 812
In the greatest uphill fight seen
this season, the Cafe ,Coolspot
Fighting Firemen carae from a
five.run delicit to erase the Powell
lead and go on to a noisy 10-6 pen.
nantclinching victory.
'1 Big Bob Moolchani came, On in
relief oi Herman AgarO and won
his seventh victory as against on only
ly only one loss. This victory for Mool.
chanog big handsome and likeable
inclian; tipped his stock in the MVP
running ,and also pushed him to
the top of the pitching department.
His 7 and 1 is' tse best in t h 0
league and his earned run output
is the lowest in the circuit.
Henry Thomas and his Mecha,
nics moved into an early, lead as
they roughed up Agard for two
runs in the first innmg ,to set the
pace for the contest. In the third,
with both teams playing good
ball, the famed resilience of the
Fighting Firemen became faintly
evident as they tallied one to stay
close to Powell& But in the fourth,
the aspect changed hs the Powell
gang again ran, roughshod ever
the -Coolspot team, scortng four
times.
Dyring this inning, theFire theFiremen
men theFiremen lost control of themselves and
looked disorganized while they
staged the biggest and,: longest,
rhubard of the season-a; a result
of a ,decision-of the umpires on a
rundown play 'in- which Rod No..
iiez evaded a tag and got back
safely to first, The Coolspot gant
contended that Nufiez had run out
of the regulation three-foot imagi imaginary
nary imaginary line to evade. DeSouza's tag.
Net result of their beef was a long
delay' and Powells four runs.
Raging mad, with a five-run
licit facing them and the possibili possibility
ty possibility of having to wait one more day
before clinching the 1958 pennant,
the Firemen who played with their
manager Paul Walker absen t,
started a, uprising against the
Powell ace, Leslie' Drayton 'and
had him running' for shelter be before
fore before the bottom of the fourth end ended.
ed. ended. Ruddy Lynch,' his relief, wa;
tagged vvith the key blow of the
inning, a three run double to right.
by Eusebio (Chebo Ortiz., These
three RBI's upped Ortiz' total to
20 which makes him top man, on
the season. ,--,,,
Both starting pitchers, Ilerman
Agard (Coolspot) and Leslie Dray Drayton
ton Drayton (Powells) were not around the
'0.60 --, TODAY! 0.40
'GREAT FORTUNE NIGHT!
s' $150 C3
IN CASH
pluzEs!
Be Qne of The Lucky Winners
1 of These Cash Prizes! v
-1st Prize t3 o3
t 3rd l'n"11"''r.v, 7$00'
a MkddidS4 15.00
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:4th "... 1000
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MI TO InternatiOna. e, a
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' .' '''''' ' '- ''. '' ; ' NEW' YORK, April 29 (UP)
,
Cafe Cobispot Winsiflag In'. La Sorda, pitching coach tc
irlmMontreal Royals, is giving. h!
' ' ,' staff a first handAemonstration i
, , -- the art of hurfing. , ', '
' ' The 30 Year old lefthander Pitc
,., , , ':- 4 ----,--.,.., ? ,, .'s ,,. -,: ,.' ""; ' 4 IhRe:at sYd;!: ittwa 01 11S1 nt:ro dr
Rainlibitt, City: Soltball:Leag- tie. a0 his se-cond "straight shutout la!
,- mght as' Montreal beat the Hal,.
, , ., ,,, .- ' 4 ' , na Sugar' Kings 7-1 to move th
, By HERBERT frACHSE ,... when the game ended and neith neith1
1 neith1 eaa taht 11 laaol fnw- egh dae m e I e a 4 L
' ' , er figured in -the tinal decision. PynielYlderi
Pnin t Mi mi' 1 of Thursday Th
- ' ''' ', : W L Pct. GB Moolchan got credit for the vie- t:', s ,a,-,8. ,,, ,:.,.,

INDErENDENT P IILT

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in the CUrtindil Teen-age League. Front row (left to right):
ben, MacLane, Fred Evers, Bitboy Jim Marcilm Back row (left
Jim Brown, Earl Griggs, Tom Arnold, Bill Scrandett, Dallas Maw.
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' ; ' -, NEW' YORK, April 29 (UP)
Win'flgs. In- Tom La Sorda, pitching coach for
the Montreal Royals, is giving MS
, ,' staff a first handAemonstratton in
' ''' : -7' '''' the art of hurfing. ',
I ', The 30-Year-old lefthander iiitch
1 1. gu
-oltball: ea' e
ed his second straight shutout last
, mght as' Montreal beat the Hava Hava'
' Hava' '' na Sugar' Kings 7.1 to move the
' ' ' Royals into a -half-game league
lead,. La Sorda allowed only live
when' the gat; 'ended 'and" 'neith4.
hits,'"two more 'than he yielded a aer
er aer figured in -the final decision. -,
gainst Miami' last Ihursday. The
Moolchan got credit for the vie. win was, the ninth in -the Royals'
tory his 'seventhi and Lynch was stle starts,' all on the road.
Oarged with the, loss, his ,iirste 11,,a In other games last night, Col Col.
. Col. Moolchan's win placed at. the
eated aochester, 7 3,
top of the won and loss pitching umbuS de
Richmond outs ugged Buffalo, 13-
average and his toils in this clinch. 11 and Miami.beat Toronto, 62, ,
er droppedt his earned run aVer- Columbus scored four times An,
age to 1.43 while Drayton's went,
. the first inning to break a three threeup
up threeup to 1.89. '- '' game, losing streak. and knock the
Other leaders ,who seem to head Red Wings out of first place. Don
ed for championships as the loop's Roque scored ,his firSt run for the
regidar schedule ends today ',, are
mat. Jets while veteran Lynn Lovell LovellOrtiz
Ortiz LovellOrtiz in the RBI and Carlos guth was tagged with hii second
daleno in the HR. Stan "Arthur, IOSS in three decisions. ,
now in Mexico, 'is undisputed bat- .. .,,
ting champion, His mark is ,:..417, -, r d d 't b s1
Rienmohd nee e six pi c er
This writer joins the many' oth. to 'quell the last-place I3isons and
ers who are offering congratulae wi.,, i
,a third straight ,at Bulalo.
Wins to the 1958 champion. A
Ed Dick, pitching in relief, was
,This ,writer, joins the many, db., redited with his first Internation Internationers
ers Internationers who are offering congratula- a. ,,
t League triumph and .. H a tr y
tions to the-.1958 champions; Taylor, took the loss. '.. I
Plans are in the making to stage Don CardWel" went all the way
an Isthmian championship series to break Miami's six-gamoilosing
between, Boite W and Cafe Cool, streak and gain his first winDon
spot-, Tentative plans have this se. Johnson, the league's ,most, vain vainries
ries vainries starting Saturday' at Santa RI. able pitche,r last year, was charg.
ta and -continuing at, the : Mount ed with his third straight setback.
Hope Staditim on Monday a N ., ."--e.' : t
Tuesday ,nights. , . i .. a ..... N.

e!agriid Siiiti:
; DIABLO ELEMENTARt
' : SCHOOL TOUCH
FOOTBALL '
Diablo Elementary School's .; 8
man touch football season got un under
der under way last Tuesday at the Stad Stadium.
ium. Stadium. The four teams competing
are the Pirates, Giants, Braves
and Dodgers and are piloted by
Couzens; R. Vecchique,, D, Van VanLoon,
Loon, VanLoon, and Miller -respectively.
,Tuesday is game 'the Pirates
and Braves was won by the Bray Brayes
es Brayes the score 24-6. The Pirates were
handicapped during the firstt r half
due.,, to an under-manned team.
Eric, Robinson Made the only
touch down foe, them In the se second
cond second half. The Braves were great greatly
ly greatly dependent upon-D. VanLoon
who scored of thier four touch
downs., Stalling made the other
touch for the Braves.
'The Giants and Dodgers clash:
ed Wednesday. Ibis game proved
very thrilling ,as there was much
scoring. The Giants won by the
score of 36,12 with ,11,. :Vecchione
leading the way for, the Giants by
scoring, 24 of t their pointe.Riley
an d Ostenso in4de the other 2
tallies. foe., the, Giants..., Worsham
was the big wheel for the Dodgers,
scoring. both of their touch downs.
,'Thursday saw both the Pirates
and Dodgers fighting for their
first win. The' Pirates won, the
sought after win, by, the score. of
18-0. Eric Robinson scored 2 of the
3 touch tlowns while Poore scor scored
ed scored the only other touch, down r
Poore scored the only other
tOuch down of the game; The Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers put, no ,a good fight.,,,, and'
where on the verge of scoring sev several
eral several times but interceted passes
and other, sinillar mitfortunes put
their fire put.
- The team risters are as follow:
Piratas
Joyner:
Glazer ',
EOM;
Mable
Poore
Sannders
Lenneville
Madison ,'
Fisher,
Vaucher:,s,
Couzens
Robinson :
Bravos ti
Lastinger
Allen
Smith
Courtney'
Stalling
asugh
Vanloon
-1
-' Lawyer
,Phillips
Meyers
BlYS tone
f,' ,..'Cooner
Stanley
Turner,, C.
" Veeetone, R.
, Clark
.0,Vaugheroi
Ostenso,
: Riley
r Dodgers
, 'Major
' Worsham
!,i'lturnef,' R.
Watson
Bates
Talbott
' 'Miller

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LAFAYtTTE, a- (UP) -TaY
liebert Cif Sanford, Fla., coasted
one stroke off )the pace on the
first three rounds of the $15,000
Lafayette Open golf tournament
before steaming through a fourunder-par
final round for a 67 and
a 273 total to win the tournament
Sunday. j .-; )
'Hebert shot. five. strokes aheRd
of a field dotted with seven golf golfers
ers golfers who-held or shared the tour tournament
nament tournament lead during,the first. three
rounds- ).,- : ,.
Gusty winds and -the high hu humidity
midity humidity of the Lbuisiana lnwland
toojc, a toll on Led Biagetti,. of St.
"sill, Minn.,' end Bill Collins of
-Grossinger, N.Y., and other tour.
ing PGA pros.,
' Blagetti and Co llms shared the
leod at the e'nd -of '54 holes at
205, but 'the former faltered with
a two.over.nar 73 on the final
round and finished in a tie 'for,
second with Mob Rosburg of Palo
Alto, Cilit ,
..,
zoomed ld a 7 on the
final round for a tie for' sixth,5
And Don Innuarkt of Eastland,
Tex., who held- th'e lead at he
hnlfwav mark, 'zoomed to a 284
final score for a- tie,for Ilth;
Hebert colleted $2.000 first
money', lidosting tourna ment
winninfla this year te 'an' unoffi.1
del $15,4,27 in .18 .tatirppments.
,
FANqiet,TO -SEE AUTO
,r'rElir, YORK Man Manuel
uel Manuel Fangio' of Argentina planned
to leave today for Dayton, Ohio,
to Inspect an, autojie Inight drive
in' the Indianapolis 500-mile race
Memorial Day., Fangio said he
wanted ,to "!get, the feel" of the
larger ,and 'more powerful Amer American
ican American cars,'before deciding,whether
to drive 'at Indianapolis.
,
Coppenhaver,,o,' Coldaiure
Meyers t Lane
,
Blaney ebster
Walker Pearson
Coppenhaver,,o,' Co Idasure
Meyers t Lane
Blaney Webster
Walker Pearson
MrCaullough ' Boum
',The games-are seheduledtobe
played on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday at 3:15 p.m. in the
Diablo Stadium. I,

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
San FranciFoo 8 4 4 .667
Milwaukee- ? 4 .636 I,
Chicago .1 4 .636
Pittsburgh 5 5 .500 2
Cincinnati ,' 4 5 .444 2,
Los Angeles 7 5.417 3
Philadelphia 4 6 .400 3
St; Louis ', 3 8 JP 4t
8 4 .667 --
7 4 .636 Ia
:7 4 .636
5 5 .500 2
4 5 .444 214
7 5.417 3
4 6 .400 3
3 8 ,271 4121
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N).,
Milwaukee at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles N)
'Philadelphia at San Francisco
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
' No games scheduled.

OFBE

Connido
No lockeys wereft!spe,nd.bd, ond

,-- a minimum of penalties dished out
by the President ,Remon stewards
over the weekend.
Ten do;lar fines to 'ilugo de la
Penha and Jose Oscar Mendoza
P; for sending Embrujada and, Fie.
tro, respectively, late to Ithe
ceiving barn were the stiffest pen penallies.
allies. penallies. ;
eh Embrujada was also Suspended
st for 15 days because she bled from
'd- the nostrils. Others suspended for
he bleeding irom the' nose are Noga.
ue lino and Kaa.t A ,, Y14
ve Forget as .suspended
a- nitely because of refusing nee
he more to budge from, the 'starting
Is' gate 'When the starter sent t h e
field 'off in the Republic of Costa
01- Rica- Classic.
- Only four fillies were entered
for the $2,000 added seven-fur.
1,p, long Enrique de la Guardia Chia,e-
, sic which wilt be run on May 18.
he The racti exclusively for two ,,
on and thrae-year old fillies, attract
he ,ed Amah, Manuela Pedrasa, Ra
gazza and Riotous.
nd ,
, The Panama American's select.
1 or won the monthly tipsters', con con!rs
!rs con!rs test, for the third consecutive
nd month. This time, however, his
lo. victory was, by a scant six :pciints
as over the red-hot La Fija tipster,

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'1 The :doubles tea m of Angel
Delvalle.Earl Omphroy advanc.
ed to the semifinals of the' Pan.
enema Open Doubles Tennis
, Tournament yesterday after.,
,noon beating Saverio, Melfi
:tend George Maduro, 6,4, 7,5 at
the Panama Olympic Swimming
, Pool court.
,Thursday Julio and
George Matta will. meet the
father.son combination of Bill
HeleBill Hole Jr. in one semi.'
,final match. The winning duo
will than meet the winners of
Sunday's 'other semifinet ,) on
Nednesday,. May 7.
Sunday's match pits Delvalle'
OmPhroY, against the Atlantic
side pair of Carl Benjamin ,and
,Albert Loney.
, This. interesting tournament is
sponsored by Jantzen. .
unior Cm le
asktbll.:j!irti
Coach Stew' Brown of the Can.
al Zone Jimior College has begun
breparations for the annual Jun Junior
ior Junior College ,Invitational Basket BasketbP11
bP11 BasketbP11 Tournament,
The tournament Will 'be 'made
tito of a 'team from each-branch
of the Armed ',Forces civilian
teams front each side'of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and the three 'school teams.
rristobal High, Balboa High' and
he Junior College;
Invitations will be extended to
the,winners of the Army Company
Levvl League' the winner of' the
Air Force Souattron-Level Compel
tion, and the Champs of Intra.
Navy League. :
Civilian teamS whisbing to be
considered for a bid to play in the
tournarifent must comply the fol following
lowing following regulation.
1. A- All members of the team
must be U. S.' Citizens with Com.
missary privileges or B. Ha Vo at attended,
tended, attended, a Canal Zone High School
or the'Junior College.
, 2. No member of the team may
turrentiv attending a ,' Canal
Zone High School or the Junior
College,
,
, 2. ,3. Military' personnel may
play'on a civilian team', unless
elivible, under 1B, as stated above
Further information conserning
tournament may be bad by cont.
acting ;!oaeh!Brown or the Junior
College Student Assist Officers.
The tol,rnament will be helit
May 22, 23, 24 at the Balboa GyM
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-,' AMERICAN LEAGUE
' L Pct.
New,York 8 3 .727
Kansas City .7' 4 ..636 1
Washington 6 4 .600
Cleveland : 7 .6 ,538 2 ?-
Detroit : t 7 .6 538 2
,Baltimore 4 6 400 31,1
Boston' 1 4 9 .308 5 ;
Chicago , 3' 8 .273 4
.

Cleveland st Washington (N)
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at New York
Kansas City at Boston.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
- No games scheduled.
Sorge- ant
panama Kme'rican wodwith
311 points, the resu t of 48 winners k
during the month of April. La
ja, the runnerup, had 305 pointt
and 44 winners. La 'Estrella de Pa..
nama was third with 285 points
and 41 winners.
,- Next came Arpontes 273, La
cion 271, El Dia 268, La Bora' 266,
El Panama, America 265, El Pais
265, The Panama Tribune 255, The
Star and Herald 246, Mundo Grit- ,,;;
fico 245 and Flash Lay 241,
-
Probable starters and. the' r!
jockeys for the.. President- of the
Republic Classic ,next Sunday are
as lollowcz Sabotaje II, )3raulio
Baeza 114; Camarista, Fernando
Alvarez 114; Ment',: Guillermo
vera 122; Jalisco, Ruben Vas -uez
122; Diocese, Julio Rodirguez 120;
and -Ring's Park, ,Blas, Agruirre
.
Panama's Manuel ,Ycaza' ,''
ride the Maine Chance Firm's
,Jet's Alibi in Saturday's Kentneky:'
Derby. "Mane". will be aboarl E.,
bony Pearl,. another Maine Chance 4
colt, today in the one-mile DP-by
1Trial. If Ebony Pearl turn in ,a
good performance. Yeaza Rtill has
time to change his mind about
his Derby mount. ;
; A- third M'aine Chance colt, Jew Jewel's
el's Jewel's Reward, ,is one of the co-fav.,,
,orites for the Derby and, will be
, ridden by the great Eddie Arciro.
Itcaza was owner Mrs: Elizabeth
Arden Graham's choice to ride the
Jewel,,but changed her mind when .,,
Man was', disqualified' on three
occaXions recently because.
"rough riding
, t
, "-ono
'Appariinti the sivners'
nina have lass faith in their bril-
liant filly than many !Inswing"'
hsrsomenr. They did enter
berfor the sevenfuriong Enri-'
quo do fa Guaydia;
WhiCh run on -May
''Ianina would have gotten' intn:
the race with 108 pounds and 'this'
writer, among others, can't ima-.
gine Ragazza or Amah giving the ,,,-;
Eleta brothers' "1--r'er f I ty,",..
weights and a beatinv
" In her return to competition last ;
Suilday, Janina, not quite sharp'.
following a 'layoff of several
months during' which 'she w'a
treated for 'leg ailment, dfsplay-'1
ed her usual class. She toyed with-a
.good field of natives and was
going far away .at the end. L.
;SERVICE
CENTER'ST'.
BALBOA r & Sine
Yvonne De Carlo,
' ; ...Carlos Thompson
"MAGIC FIRE"
I
. CRISTOBAL : .1. r't '1;00',
Eleanor Parker ,, BBL Travers
',"THE SEVENTH SIN" Ciscons
,BiABLO HTS. 7:011
, Marilyn Monrnt
Robert Ryan
, "CLASH BY NIGHT",
GAMBOA 7:01)
' Ben Gazzara
Pat Ring.
"THE ETRANGE ONE"
;GATUN litig
Robert Ntaugiut
4 R,oger Smith
.mi,10 TIME TO BE
YOUNG"
,
7 MARGARITA 1:15 & 1:55
Jamefi MacArthur Rim Hunter
"THE yOUNG STRANGER"
-7. (repeat run) .9
PARAISO
6:15 & 8:25
"Smart Polities"
and
"limber Country
'Troubles'.
SANtit CRUZ
4 41:15 & 1.:60
.1ohn ,Payite
Natalie Norwiek
"RIDDEN LEAR"
'CAMP ISIERD 11415 e IA
, "SgVEN A,NGRY MN". and
"PORT 4 VENGEANCE"
',44 .enprea, (Repeat- Rtmt-44-4
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THE:ALBROOK AIR .FORCE' BASE GOLF TEAM turned in a score of 1248 last week to be become
come become the 1959 winners of the Panama Area Armed Fortes GM TOUrnament., Presentationa
were made Saturday aftemon it Fort Amad or. The "Champions" are, left, to right:' Air Airman
man Airman lic Edward F., Wysocki; 1.,t Col. Claude A. Babb, team captain..Col..ArthUr P. -Han',
Albrook Air Force Base's commanderp Capt.. C harles B. Kade; and MSgt. Eugent THickc
Wysocki finished as the tournament medalisti takil4 individual honors with a 291 total for
the 112-hole- play..--(Official USAF Photo), ,
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;ALEX' KAHN

" LOS ANGELES (UP) The
most discussed fence ,in haseball
history, the 42-foot screen in left
field at Memorial Coliseum where
the DodgerS are' playing the home
games, is there to, stay, Dodgers
bfficials said Monday.
In nine, games played at home.,
by the Dodgersi? 20- out, of 28
homers,'hit have gone' over that
screen hi left :field, which starts
250 feet down the left field, foul
line and 'stretches for 150, feet to
where' the, depth front home is
,
320 feet,
"The Colisetim is Only bur -tem,
porary home," said Dodger presi president
dent president Walter, O'Mallel, '"and we
did the test we could to' lay out
a, satisfactory park.
O'Malley pointed, 'Out' that the
leftlield line here is only seven
feet shorter thaq the foul' line in
the 'Polo Grotinds where the Giants
played for; decades, ;and. theirl
Screen was nnly,14 feet high.
' Homers ,Catted Cheap
,
Easteettrwriterr, WhO witnessed
the first' Dodger series against
the Giants' here, were quick to )
dub most Of the homers ,over the
left-field:screen 'as ."Chinese,"
cheap' homers.
There ," was no 'question that
players : Lee Walls of the
Cubs,-, who popped four homers
ever the controversial screen was
maldng mashie:shots') that ,wotild
have been caught in other parks.
Estimates on how many of the
homers would have been caught
in other parks ,varied, But an
expert opinion, from a player
who stands below that barrier
and 'watches the balls sail over,
Was that, about half the balls
might have been caught if the
field ,,were,30 -.Am. 40 feet deeper
at that noint.1;
Gillianb. Dodger infielder

outfielder, who, has patrolled that
section of the outfield as mUch
as any man, believes he could
have caught about half of. the
homers with a little more ground
behind him': ,,
Dodger' manager 'Walt Mston's
theory, it the,' hits over' thl left
field fence that go for homers are
comnensa,-ed by the balls going
to right field and center field
that would be homers or extra
base hits in most parks and drop
for either singles or flies..

: Homers Will Drop
Alston b'e I I e'y e s that as the
t e h i411ga iniproier and' the
pitchers Aearn which of their
throws are legs likely to be pull pulled
ed pulled to left, thp output of .homers
will fall off. ,
The three;game series with the
Cardinals which ended Sunday
seemed to-, back un his belief.
Four homeri'were. hit during that
time, all, eyer the left field
fence (.. 0
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Choppers ' 37 27
Heavenly Daze 36 211
Monshmets and Pirates : 34 30
Seis Amigoe 32 32
SI 1)tushes , 31 r' 33
HIllandies end Skyrockets 30 34
Question Marks 29 35
Ochos ,' 29 ,' 39
....'Choppers 3 Hi Readies I
4 The 25 pin benus handed to the
Hi Handies proved very bendy in
the second encounter of the night,
becouse prvented the Hi Hauck
les form 'being shut out at the
hands of 'the Choppers. ,who are
occupying the top, roost in the
league, 1 '

'Manager Freddie Hutchinson of ieon Smith,50; anW Pick Att:
the Cards Jlidn't think the fence len 509, ,, 1 ,
aided 'Alit te,am's home run
production 'and he said ithe 'Cards tes Pirates 3' Heavenly ;laze
found the fences at Seals Stadium i ,;
in San Francisco easier to. clear, The Pirateg dealt, the Heavenly
No less,' an ,authorltv 'than Stan- Dm sextette ,a,masty bY
(The lien) Ilusiat- the Perennial taking three points from the form.
hitting star of the Nelonel League, er, league leaders,. and three more
said he didn't feel Ruth's reeocd pies in the ,seeond game And it
wail endangered by the short left- would have been a clean sweep
field line. for the pirates., This weeks suc.
Allaseball 'Commissioner F cess keot the 1,os Pirates right on
Frick also felt,that, Eabe Ruth's the heels ol, the. leaders beeuase
mark of SO homers in a' aeason Abe, are only, three, tints out...
was not endangered by the fence.' The Pirates ,collected plenty nt
"I feel the situation has been hooty at he expense, of the
exaggerated," ,he, said aftee 'wit. Heavenly Dazes. ,Gwen and Ed
neSSing' the first few games at Sack 5014 and-537: rat And Jack
the Coliseum.' "One reason feel Carter 526 and 53Q,, and &mane &manethere
there &manethere is no danger to Ruth's er Ed Allen looted a 501 scratch
mark Is that the leading home and 537 with bonus, The downto.
run bitters are not pop ball or earth Heavenly ,Dart had Connie
Chinese type of sluggers., They and Rays Barks with 541 and 524.
hit the ball on line drives.", Jinny, Hassler with .her 523 beat

'The Stirling duet, Alex and
Beaulah,: of the Choppers were
red het. Alex', bad a VI 538
S'e r a fl6 and',118 and
Beaulah beamed 'with her 570.
Reining this duet" wai another
duet Sal Laquidars with 514
scratch and 574 hdcp, ',and Don
Caldren 51,L ',
Of cours if 'the pa3t off was
based on how marr,howlers hit
"00'5' the 'Bandies would have
collected, because thefthad five
entries in the fraternity.' Jean Ilu.
melt 593, Doris Wines MI Jim Rill
03.5 tem Smith,50; an Dick Atz
len 509, ,, 1
Piratas 3. Heavenly Daze
The Pirates dealt, the 'Heavenly
Dare sextette ,amasty bY'
taking three points from the form.
er, league leaders,. and three more
pins in the ,seeond game And it
would have been it clean sweep
for the pirates, This weeks sue.
eess keot the 1,os Piratas right on
the heel ol! the leaders beeuase
th0v are only, thrPe, tints out. ,,
' The Pirates ,eollected plenty -of
booty at hP expense, of the
Heavenly Dazes. ,Gwen nd Ed
Sack 50g and-537: Pat and Jack
carter 526 and 530,, and Bucane Bucaneer
er Bucaneer Ed Allen looted s 501, scratch
and 537 with bonus, The down.to.
earth Heavenly ,Dszt had Connie
sod Ray, Banks with541 and .524.

T::: riNtMA .v!rrIc,tx AN r,,-.zzr

Quatets Play Play,
, Play, irit Balboa Gym
, .r.
,lomg
The Junior College bask"elball

,..
r,t , 1 ()night , It marcome a& news to you,' did live there horses were just
sa it dui to us, tha'; Frank Lints norses, tae peray just anotner
- brother tit Jes.e,, the frank Car. race ana blue graas just grass."
;,, , ','. :, ----, -', -,, ,- bo ol his day, was a-prominent 11 our man Weis more emotion.
atiacned to his adopted state
and apparenuy respected, .igure ally
horoe racing. oi fexas, it's unuerstanuable. Be.
The Junior College basketball
team hopes to, begin the defense juror years aker Jesse had been .ore he was 21. s,tarting as a field
mortally air conditioned by an a wtirker,'he heti &ruck 'oil Ind
of Its basketball championship to. I
night at the Balboa Gym. There is
val.clus and traitorious lod..3 ,was a millionaire. .and at 23
memberi tde younger crank serv. ne diunl nave a quarter.' -,
only one way of defending a cham.
pionship and that is to beat off all ea as starter at county fair and "Who do you think took me?
challengers ; when. they' 'confront
,, , impromptu race meetings ill Kea. he asked, "Lilo Doe Cook."
the 'champs.- ,-. ,, -
tileku .1 PTUIPVCAO Inn 1..,ecniirt .

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' So far this season the Devils of
Junior Jo liege have played fair
basketball, losing 61 44 to 3311.S.
and 57 51 to CBS. Playing (aim
ball and-losing games is not the
formula to be followed by a team
that is defending its title.
Tonight 'the J.C. boys are de.
termined to display good basket basketball
ball basketball in setting down the Bulldogs
ef BAB. The only element need-,
ed to convert J.Q.'s fair games
into a good game is' "board con.
trol.v ,

If the College "flat footed roo.
Ws" Selby Spur lock, and Batt.
Man can retrieve the balrocea.
sionally before the opposition has
had three pr four onportunities to
tin the ball in -while on 'defense
and tally normal number 'of
points expeeted of haekethall for,
wards the Devils will be beck to
their winning ways.,,
,
: 'Don Alexander and, Harry Co Cody.
dy. Cody. the "little Devils" -of the .T.C.'
ouintet have turned in worthy per.
formaoces this year with Don lead
ing scholastic scores Parry
becoming increasingly.. adept at
setting op and scoring
tarbara. G. Alexander, Culbreth
Morris, and Cunningham
&H.S. a well balanced team that
has proved Itself capable of boat boating
ing boating ;tr. when .7C; suffers a bad
night. Word from the College earn.
nua assures this scribe that J.C.'s
lbad nights are all behind them.
The 'probable line ups: !,
,t
. Spurlock, T: Selby T; Alexand.
or D. C; Cody, G; Bauman G.
11.14.5b ,
' ; Alexander, G.' T' Culbreth..T;'
Cunningham, C; Barbara, G; Mor.
Game time 7:30 'pan'.
out hubby Bruce, who finished out
of the select -group; and Ralph
Rose 504. ..
Moenthiners Question Marks 1
, The Moonshiners "stilled out
three winning pints and are pill pilling
ing pilling their way into the limelight,
being only three slots nut of first
place. Whereas the Ques tion
Marks are pushing their way
reserve' and are flirting with the
cellar.. The m500" club 'member.
shin MIS seintv in this match, two
pleee, Ed Devil. 561 and Jim
Boyd 501 for the Moonshiners, and
Bill Mond 509 and 7Aniso-Mathais
554 or the Ciuestion Marks.
Seli Amigos 4 Ochos
'The 'Sets 'Amigos were pot
friendly to the downtrodden Oehos
who are planted in the lowest
(tenths of the league. The Seis
AMigos, took all four points
real business Me fashion. and no
game wao close. The ironic nsrt
thst the Oehos deen in the cellar,
stilt tiad' tO' give the "friends 14
Dios pame hut the 5.04 Amiens
proved that this week they need.
ed no eontrobutions.
For the migns 'the three men
flid the beev.werl" till fins lanes,
Dirk T.estie 528 Width Williamion.
501 Ed Badger 544. Por the roust,
oceunant a rewedmior Betty WK.
obowo4 tilt, may with 534.
.soil the oldttmer Chi. Chippeaux
500. ' ,
Six Lushes 2 Sky Rockets 2
In a tee 'saw. battle,l, the
Six Lushes a ndSkv Rockets set..
tied for a draw of two noints
each. The Sky Rockets shot out
first hv taldno the first two games
but thei lost their gip arol the Six
tushes took adranage of the, slin
by piling enough tins in the las0
eame to take That marker, plus
the total pins.
The Skyrockets "shepnarde
Kathy and Shen herded enough
Wes ft ewe etyt with 514 4ttil
524. ,Pete RashInt had 151.
tho Skyrocket ttsat went the- Ks's.
eat was tots Crummit with 531.
Tor thP Lushes it Willthroe mileo
ond a ladv, 'Helen Winkler PT.
mob winkfor 504. John Beier 507
and Jack MOrgan 2.

"LE ALIZED GAMBLING". Set
WICHITA, Kan. (UP),
Nstionat tobtschell', Consrmis will
introduce "lesslized satfohlin'! at
aonusl natioost rh.moinnshin
here in ',Anost. Ech fan odll rs.,
efhive Sion in inerini:n night PH
Mall bet With OthOr
Mitt th., tnilrnotr t5.000 reel
money will bn soli; smoni Sql
fans ,who tttm in the most scrip.

itTNT trty nwsrArrn

ed as starter at county fair and
impromptu race meetings iu Kea.
ttleaY. lennessee and bitssouri.
Appropriately, the retired ban
dit useu a gun, the olast. 01 which
startled the horses into immediate
action and presumably, discourag discouraged
ed discouraged any possible tendency to criti criticize
cize criticize tie Lidera technique or his
character. 1, t
q suppose you might say I
first got interested in lacing on
dccoont of Frank James," reveal revealed
ed revealed Bil y Byars, whois in town .to
tie up legal odds and ends hi eJn eJnnection'with
nection'with eJnnection'with his purchase of the
Charles Town track.
"I have no memory 'of 'having
actually been the fellow, but my
dad bred.and raced horses and I
heard a Iot, about him. 'And of
course, liko most kids of that
time, read the dime novels and
they made, Jesse and his gang
sound mighty exciting."
I Ylre- warned, Mr, Byars that t if
he ever expected to be tapped
for membership in the sacrosanct
Jockey Club his prospects' would
not be' heightened by crediting
his original enthusiasm 'for the
nob.e thoroughbred to such am ig ignoble
noble ignoble source.' ,
' 'irreverently, vas his Jill&
comprehension?. .he said: "I'm
probably older than Arcaro, and
Longden 'put together. And be
alder, I'm too fat to ride."
Most native born Kentuckians
whits-embrace racing commercial commercial13'
13' commercial13' exPlain it aiLlhe eestatle
to. a privileged destiny, a
raMaaCa of the 'spirit which m3ra m3rafleetly
fleetly m3rafleetly feeds on regional sp'endor
and animal affection the hke of
which is unknown tu any other
culture or civilization..
,

' Enter, Doc Cook
Itir Byars' deflection in his re.
spect was nothing short 0 Was.,
phemy. It was unbelievable he
is still permitted to enter the
state. hayen't lived in Ken.
lucky for, 40 years. And when 1

, This would be Dr: Frederick
CO9i, &mac eApioieri wno
to to nave beaten Adm. Hooert
eau to tile 4Nortil 'role anu sup supsequent
sequent supsequent y was repudiated. Coot a
spectacular stoca promouons our our,
, our, the earlier Texas booms telt
a long line investors liwally
mangled. "Thia much I gOt 'to
say tor him,'! auctect Mr. Byars.
"he was a corking salesman.
stilt not convinceu be didn't, get
Were news. sleary.",
; Cook was operating out of Dal Dallas
las Dallas when the C.eveland ball club
trained there, and when be tried
to hustle Jim, Dunn, the Indians
6wiler backeo, Of, saying:
"Oil I don't 'need.' Get me a
gdod right-hand' pitcher and we
can do business." '
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$230,000 He-Cow

It may. be more accurate to
classify Mr- Byars-as t tow lov lover
er lover than a horse lover,,,grantedl
that propriety permits any refer reference
ence reference to the matter at Th
4430,000 he paid for a' be cow
(Black Angus) in '54 is a world'S
record. 1'
The Nashua of he-cows died a
year ago and Lloyds of London
made good the lull cost, minus
insurance fees. ."One advant advantage
age advantage in breeding cattle," our rAan
said,' "is that they don't, race
and therefore you can'tbet on
them.", ".1cle may- have had in
mind the, '41 Derby when Por Porter's
ter's Porter's Cap, fourth. cost him $5000.
Arr. Byars met I with ,spops
writers in Leone's wino ce.lar
and outlined plans for opening
the West Virginia Arsck in June.
One o them thanked him o r
making the announcement at a
dinner. ."The WAY sports pre
going. around here these days,
this may be the only way we'll
be able to eat."

Whatever

Hamiened to

FRANKIII MAME
Frankie Gustine, a major
leaguer, for a dozen veers start starting
ing starting in 1939,' spent. the first 10
yeers with the Pittsburgh Pirates
and usually was the league's best
Mum, until the Four'h of ittlY
Great dffensively. he had a fine
bettine eye, toobut despite vita vitamin
min vitamin pilla gnd oc.-ional rest he
couldn't mahitain bis batdng pace
al) ve.r Ione.' He wottnd un with
a Itetime average of .265 with
.207 to 1947 his cyreer
lithntevee hfinneee4 to Frankle
r-,Ttioe7 1091y 31., 'he nonnte ex.
Pirete ig thok 1111mtiar tio17t tot lig;
,re..,lean't hard by Forbes
Field, Pittsburch.

CARTER IN PARIS
PRIS (1.111) Clarence Mick
ror'er. o one-time tab rtrirl
from San Fronerseo, will play in
tb4 Pres, roArortitmoi tennis
tournament. Cartnr :9,011' berth
bertioo, P. Desq of Fronce.
83; 8-1, Sunday in a qualifying
!patch, -

itCE NINZ

Ar
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amoode

mow

PAM' TOURNEY MEDALIST Airman Edward F. Wysocki
of Albrook Air Force Base won the medalist honors last week ',
during the' Panama Area Amted Forces Golf Tournament by
shoting a 291 for the 72-hole plaY Above, Brigadier GeneraVA"
Milton L. Ogden, Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Arm,'
Carile,pran, is shown as he presented the medalist troPhy to Air.
man Wysocki last Friday .at Fort Amador. Lt. CoL Leslie C;
Wood, Special Skvice Officer, USARCARIP. who suPervsed the
tournament, observes the presentation. (Official USAF Photo)

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" I 13"'"''"P ll"' t""" '" ''''," "" '" to a starter-at county fair and "Who do you think-tOok in 71. 0
-- j,:.,. f ,......" '' f -. 7
1 the champs. . 1
, challengers ; when. they' confront $
impromptu race meetings in Kea. lie sited, "Lilo Doe Cook.", t 1
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' ttlekY. lennessee alio aitssouri. -- i s-- , , t .,
t J
, ,. I t ' ppropriately, the retired ban This would be Dr. Frederick
' So fir this s'eaon the Devils of
1 dit usen a gun, the olasi. ot which Coott, arcvie e.tploieri wno claim. .
,
- ' ' i Junior Jollege have played fair
startl d the horses into immediate to to nave beateu Adm. booert 1 ifk
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i basketball, losing 61 44 to B.H.S. e
e -' 4 tie;
ItiCtrOintlyapnodssPibr leeST:nadbei nr cydiStoCOUrcraiug.. ,-
' and 57 51 to CRS. Playing fair
seqdifeYntWy "'wee s4ruerpl'uildrattleed,,ii
, , if It
I ball and-losing games is not the 4
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.. 1-41.
, tizelne ofticial's technique or his spectacular svocx promotions our. FAAF TOURNEY MEDALIST Airman Edward F. WYSOCal
; fOrM1111 bi be followed by a team
....
character., ' s. - t -the e rli T I boo i b 1 B th medalist honors last week v',
1 uloi a er exa nig lei of Al rook A r Force ase w;n1 e
i that is defending its title. ,-- ' ht. '
, suPpose you mig say a ion line oi investors 114call in th Panama Area A ed Forces Golf Tournament by
, , ni ht 'the J.C. boys are', de. fir d in g
To g y dur g e yet,.
. t, ,
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,.......................i iermined to, display good basket. f ,t, nk .1 .
dogs
ball in setting down the Bull ed Bil y Byars, whosis in town 'to "he was a corking salesman. tin resented the medalist,troPhy to Air. --,
st got intereste m rac g on mangled. "Thu much I Ot 'to hole lay. Above Brigadier Genera
,, 11 shoting a 291 for the 72- p , ,,
; ,. . account o ra ames, reveal- say tor him,. auctect Mr. Byars.. Milton L. Ogden, Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Arm,' ,,,,
of BILL The only element need-, CaribI,pean, is shown as he p ,o,
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0 ,....', .. 4,- ',, ,,, ,,,,, , ,,, ,, , , , !, '' t ki ed to convert IQ,.
ts. fair Ames
1 nection'with his purchase of the were eatore leery.", t e
. r" ' Wood, pec a ervice Officer, CSARCABIP. who supervsed th .,,.
S 1 1 S'
, be- into a good game is "boar C011
' T12' 1EOECE' BASE GOLF TEAM turned in a score of 1248 last week- to ... ,,. Charles TOW0 track. ,,,, ; Cook was operating out of Dal Dal,
, Dal, tournament, observes the presentation. (Official 'USAF Photo)
,, THE .At,ttROOK AIR
f th Panama i'u'ea Armed Fortes Golf TOUrrleMent, Presentationa trol:Y. ., ' s, s ,s, I "I have 00 memory -of 'having las when the C.eveland ball club , '
,,,, come the 1958 winners o e
it t Amad or, The "Champions" are, left, to right: Alr- .. , ... ...
actually' seen the fellow, but my trained there, and when be tried ,, ' -:s ' '
i were made Saturday afternoon
1"r 1 de A. Babb team captain. Col. ArthUr P. Burrs i, C 11 "fl t I ted o
If the o ege a 00 r ci. dad bred .and raced horses and, I to hustle Jim, Dunn, the Indians tilh 1 '--- .dr
a ever ., , ,,
,
, man lie Edward F,, Wysocki; Lt. Col. C au
Kade and MSgt. Eugent T. ,Hicks. Ides" Selby Spurlock, and Bay. heard a lot about him. -And .- of owner backeo off, saying:
t Albrook A r
I Force Base's eommanderp Capt.. C harles ,B.
ith 291 t tal tOr
d li-t, taki individual honors w a 0 1 th b 11'
Man can retr eve e a occa. course, likel most kids of t h a t 44 d '1 ' '
1 b Oil I on t need. Get me a s
tournament me a a ng sionally before the opnos tion as time -
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Wysocki finished its the ,,, :,,o,,,,, , ., ,,.,,,,,, ,, ,,,
, I read the dime novels and ri ht.hand'' itche nd
t gdod g p r a we H
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the II2-hole- play.--(Official USAF Photo) ,.. por unities to
7 7 7'' ' hid three pr four on
. they made, Jesse and his gang can d b '
. a
o usiness ppened to $ II s ,,
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, - - , : 11, ; 4 tits the ball in ,while on 'defense sound mighty exciting.",
''' ''' '''''' ' ' '' '' I )-- I t 'and tally a riormal- number sof i
' '. . TINE
i FRANKIE GUS ,, ,
- 1 ' ? '. , We- warned, Mr, Byars that t if $230,000 He.Cew I
,,,,i -",,,.t' t , al ,,,, ...tots expeeted of loolketoan tor.
P
, J.Fxr ne ever expected to be tapped ' Frankie -. Gustine, a m a I o r ,
, wards the Devils will be back to
i Apti Oil
0 ger f Ult S
als, .a i.,, Iv Iv,
, Iv, for membership in the sacrosanct It b ' 1 fo a dozen veers start- F 0 R '10 U RI --
may. e more accurate to eaguer, r
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, 310," j:,,onrei, their winning -way ,, Jockey 'Club his prospects' would 1 first, 10
mg in 1939,' Spent the , ,t,
. cassily Mr. Byars-as t tow tov.
. ....,,, . , ., , ---, Uliels 'LLatt) '' i n '., not be' heightened by crediting er than a horse lover,..granted yests with the Pittsburgh Pirates 1
' ''n it Alexander and, Harr Co. t ': '
, , , . .,,,,. ,,, , --, --7---g,!'s.' ss ,s ,0 Y loa ongmal enthusiasm 'tor the that proPrietY Permits any refer. and 'usually was the league's bes
M A YN
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g re such at i8- enee to the matter at all. T h e bItte0 until
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. LEAGUE , "... In w r hy r.
, eouintoet;eheave tsurneesdr witholLn reed ,
f rm a thi Y noble source. ', ', s , , 4'14"
irr r .10,000 he paid for a' he cow Great dcfensively. he had a fine .
, , , eve entlyt ,or vas Is alio. (Black Angus) in '54 is a world's bottle', eye. Jo, ,bu de, ode . ,
, , , - ', , '. ,, , ing scholastic scores and .1larre comprehension?. .he said: "I'm record s- - i pill end oc-lo nal rest he , -
' f '4'i :', ,- .: , ri ..' . T., w becoming Increasingly 'deg at r b ,
-t '' a 4 -, ,-' , 1'... 4 4 Teams , ,' , Ty.'1., . 1 :, p o ablr older ti;an Arcaro, and The Nashua Of he.eows 'died a couldn't maintain his batdng pac. e ,, ,...,.
, , :. 37 27 setting op and scoring p sys., -t umgden 'put together th ,,
, o 4
And be., year ago and Lloyds of London all .ve!it lone.qle woond un Iv! f. , ,.
''' once- s' ere .. o
- tay :
, choppers ,.,.,,,..... ,, ,, ,, ,
, Heavenly Daze
' '4' 0 MoOnshmers and Pirates : 34' 30
, 36 211 13 bar G. Al 'sander Culbreth
side, l' to f t t ..
t m .13 a a ride. made good the lull cost, minus a 'lifetime average of .265 with
or a. e . Most native born Kentuckians insurance fees. i ."One advent. .2n't to 1947 his coreor 111.0.
- i 32 32 Morris, and Cunningham etiTo whits-embrace racing eommerciaL WhRtevre haroett04 to Frankie , , ,
age in breeding ttl ra
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night at the Balboa Gym. There is
vahcius and traitorious lod.3 ,was a millionaire. .and at 23 --
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member, tile younger mink eery- ne dion't nave a quarter.' -'.
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challengers ; when. they' 'confront
, impromptu race meetings ill Kea, be sated, "Lilo Dos Cook.", -
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dit liseit a gun, the olast. ot which Cool, arcidc e..pioieri wno claim. i .;-- t
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action and presumably, discourag. i-eary to tile 4Nortil 'role anu au.
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o la to be followed b a leant Y
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urst urst got interested m racing on mangled. "Thia much
account of Frank James," reveal- aar tor him,'.' imam Mr. Byars..
1 got ,Loy during the' Panama Area Amted Forces Golf Tournament by
shoting a 291 for the 72.hole plaY. Above, Brigadier Genera1A"
- termined tty display good basket.
y Byars, whois in town ,to he was a corking salesman.,i'm
ball in setting down the Bulldogs ed lid Milton L. Ogden, Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. ArmY; ''.
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man Wysocki last Friday ,at Fort Amador. Lt., CoL 1,esile Cd,,,
. ,, into a good game is' "board con.
, Charles Town track. ,, ; Cook was operating out of Dal. Wood, Special Service Officeri USARCARIP. who supervsed the
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', THE ,ALBROOK AIR .FORCE' BASE GOLF TEAM turned in a score of 1248 last week to be be'
' be' the 1958 winners of the Fa,nema ,,,u,ea Armed Fortes Golt Tournament.. presentationa tr'"I:v; '. ,' l'' ., ''', -' - I "1 have no memory 'of 'having las when the Ceveland ball club ,
toraihnuesduethijrime,, apnudanwttithenehine ditraiends , ,, , ''. -: 4 ' ''' ' -.. ' ;
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COMB lethal! seen the fello tournament, observes the presentation. (Official USAF Photo) ''
i were made Saturday afternoon it Fort Amad or. The "Champions" are, left, to right: Air Air.1f,the
.1f,the Air.1f,the College "flat footed roo
dad brYed.and raced howrael abuatnd71
.. wan lic Edward F,, Wysocki; Lt. Col. Claude A. B ,
abb team captain. 'Col. ArthUr P. Hurr,
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' LOS' ANGELES
1,-; most discussed few
4;. history, the 42-foot
field at Memorial C
the DodgerS are' els
,z games, is there to,
bfficials said Mond,
, In nine, games pi
by the Oodgersi,,,
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Vol' ''.
,- section at the, outneia as "nue,' gutStMll mem ,,-- 2 ,,, .,.. .,.,.. --- willance oi me 1 int which have had -In e,,,-, 0.,,..n. ,,,,.. d- b Forbes ,.
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- THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THJ3 SPACE 13 FOR CALE,
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2.C711-3
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sE:IyicEs 1
Miscellaneous

TrE TAN.IMA AMEnICAN AN.INDEPENDENT DAILY NEITSPATE:C..

Baldwin's futnishea apartments
at Santa Clara Beach.,Telephone
- Smith. Balboa 3681.
t

SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 172.

FOSTER'S Cottmes and Large'
' Beach House. One mile Pact the
' Casino. Pbom Balboa 1866.

PHILLIPS Oceanside Cott lif OS
' Sante Clara R. de P. Phone Pa- 1,
name 3.1877,Cristobal 3-1673.
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Houses I
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FOR RENT Two bedrooms
and maid's room, chalet, garage.
Jos Da Fdbrega. No. Pisa.
dens., ,
, FOR RENT Chalet 3 bed bedArooms,
Arooms, bedArooms, 3 bathrooms, double qa.
,4;rage, study, maid's quarters,
'1150.00. For further informs informs;lion,
;lion, informs;lion, call 3-3948. :
gOR RENT --p Beautifully lur lurished
ished lurished housekeeping room, dou dou,ble
,ble dou,ble couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
bath, and entrance independent.
No. 3. 52nd Street. Phone 3-
0638.
, FOR RENT -- Comfortable,fur Comfortable,furnishedkreem
nishedkreem Comfortable,furnishedkreem with cooking facili facili;sties.
;sties. facili;sties. Splendid residential area.
',4.4134 Stred No. 13. k

, Rooms

START RELATIONS
RtPUBLIC) OF SAN 'MARINO
' (UP) The Republic of San Ma Ma,
, Ma, rino' (38 square miles) has estab established
lished established -diplomatic relations with
'1.the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
(999 square miles) it'r was an-,
flounced here Sunday. '

REDUCE. 'PLASTIC PRICE 111
WILMINGTON, Del(UP)Her Del(UP)Herelites
elites Del(UP)Herelites 'Powder- Co; Mond,ay an announced
nounced announced ,9-cent per pound redue
tion in the base price,of natural
polypropylene, a new thermoplas,
tie which is produced commercial commercial.
. commercial. .ly in this nation only by Her HerculesiThe
culesiThe HerculesiThe new price per pound,
effective April 28, will be 56 cents
in trucldoad quantities.

-;TIME-SAVING IDEA ,Solomon R: Moses, mimeograph oper
ator employed by. the BB: Army Caribbean Quartermaster-1
'.,Secticin, demonstrates to Capt, Thomas .13; Dorsey,: chief of
, the Quartermaster 'admini4trative and servke division,' an idea
, 'which won him an award under Project Paydirt; Moses, who
makes his home at 3149 16th Street, Rio Abajo, has '29 years
,,of government service to his credit, His suggestion for leloca-,'
1.2-tion of sink facilities, in the lunch'sroom of Building 721; Ca Ca",.rOzal,
",.rOzal, Ca",.rOzal, results in more effective. operations i and a saving 'of
- some 520 manhours a year(U.S. Army,,Photo)
,

- "THE SCOUTMASTEW' b3, Norman, Rockwell, was presented
to Mrs, William N. Taylor, widow of the late Scoutmaster of
Tfoup 5. With Mrs Taylor are two pages, Explorer Pe.ter A.
rthibodeau and Scout Peter L. Denton. Lt. Gov. Hugli
lold, "who acted as' master of ceremoniesi made the
11 presentation,

Aimrtments

FOR RENT Furnished apart apartmoot
moot apartmoot ell ventilated 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dming, kitchen,
bathroom, front back porches
U.S. Army inspected, 45th St.
2-241. Telephone 3-5351.
FOR RENT -- Famished apart.
mem, 'Porch: Parlor-Dininproom,
- Bedroom, Kitchen, Gars se,
Screened S55.00. Apply
No. 112 Via Perms,
near Roosevelt Theater.
Near Roosevelt Theater ,..
.
I ''' ' ,-,..
1 FOR RENT -- Apartment, three e
,
- bedrooms. ,,,. hot ,,water,, malts
L Street No
, r"Int El Cawing, .
23. Tele. 2-0487., 3-6523.
FOR RENT Army inspected
furnished one bedroom '' apart apartment,
ment, apartment, refrigerator, all conven.,
knees, across Ancon busstop.
Phone 2-2081, 2-1140.
- FOR RENT Furnished one
- bedroom apartment, automobile
row, $70 monthly. Telephone
Balboa 1870.
' FOR RENT -- Apartment of ono
bedroom, living-dining room",
kitchen, '' service. Carvasquille
No. 424. Tel. 3-4364.
FOR RENT -- Modem spacious
two bedroom furnished apart..
men'. Ave. Peri 37-20.
, FOR RENT bedroom a,,
partment.' furmshed., 'ground
floor. Very good condition,
$75.00 Jeri de Fibrega Ave.'
nue No. 16, rear. Phone
FOR RENT -- Furnished agar'.
ment, military inspected.,
3-2068 "' r' 't
FOR RENT -- Modern, comb'''.
table two bedroom 1 apartment--
with maid's bedroom, two bath-rooms,
living room, dining room,.
balcony, terrace, garage, hot
water, with or without furniturs.
Phono No, '3.0444, No. 31;
,.-4111th Street.f :
I
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QUAKE-SHAKES 1SL ''''''
TOKVO (UP) Alrght earth earthquake
quake earthquake shook the Japanese north northern
ern northern island of Hokkaido 'Monday.,
No casuAlties or damage were re.
ported. The Sappoto welher sta station
tion station said the quake's e,Iteenter
was some 54 miles underwater in
the Pacific Ocean,l off Hokkaido's
east coast.

presernauon, alps start of

LEAVD TODD AD Wren OND OP me omit ei ovit corners AT ISM wrarrt. riotAm4-' LIDAPPIA PEECIADO-4 titre Se. IS SGENC155
INTERNAL Ok PUSLICACIONES-Ne Letter, Nen
BANDA-41e 2$ "I" Street SIDISISON-4th et July Ave St Jilt LIM IS SEIVICL--Sys Thrill Ns 4 PARMACII itSIADOS INIDOS--10 Central AV.
CASA !ALDO-tom& Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACT-182 Le farremlut,e FARMACIS LOWt,
PARNICl 1,DX-ftee Centrel Avenue DOUS,DOLD rXrDANDS-4 Po. dip trNmeltireNe41 SOTO DOMV-Jyttle AtiKeteree Ave -end 23 S4 FARMACIA
SAN-DES-JIS-541 Street No: NS WASIIISCIA 154T5Isgo.-41steee Gagne Sited FAIIMACIA rsnly ip. 140VEDADES ATAIS lost&
Om Setts Vista Theatre. L'0141Nt Ceptral A ?Mee 12.14i TeL.4,32

1 Aut.oniobiles
FOR SALE...-. 1956 Chivrelet'-
- 4-DVS station wagon 19,000
iniles. Excellent condl tion
$1700.00. 4 Phone Cristobal
2175 or Balboa 3346.
FOR SALE 1956 Mercury,'
',Montc lair 2 deaf Itardtep4 radio,
white sidewall tires, dui paid.,
Curundu
FOR SALE ---,- 1954 Cheymlet
' convertible, light blue, radio,
beater, new top,' new retreads, 1
' 36,000 miles, excellent condi condition,'
tion,' condition,' $1150. Quarry Heights
- 2185, or Amador 5152 after 4
FOR SALE OSE Pontiac et
cylinder, automatic shift, radio.'
4 door Sedan. Only r 17,000
, mile. Excellent buy. Sec at 627,
Anion. Phorm 2-1727.-
' FOR SALE 195V Ford 9
passenger poworstearing. Many
Oral 12,000 miles. Sacrifice
S1650 Balboa 27111'.
FOR 'SALE t 1955 dar chief
Pontiac convertible. Beautiful
color. Excellent condition, only
' $1900 cash. Finance office, Co Corota!
rota! Corota! Army 85-310, -,"
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
,
mho. tram ths heart et
, San Jos, Costa Rica
sCompletely Modern conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
' Price: Se and SS daily,
, with meals.:
Cosmopolitan kitchen
, Horse riding.
For reservations .1,4' O.
- Box 4459
,
Manager: Bid and Clem Jaspent
Service PersonneV:
, Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
,,,, presort tour throutit
Agency ,
t DICK DEHLINGER
, representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW.
4 Panama City.
. Phone 3-4984-34ln
TOUR FEET Hula?
Irdined Chiropodist will relieve
any, foot trouble. corns, odious.,
ees,' ingrown too nail foot map,
Services ..,,s1SCHOLL'Sv
Proctucts
3. 'Arosemeno Ave. 3341
TeL 3-2217
Transistor
ELECNRONIC
FLASHGUN '
Temperature of 1 the sun
ONLY1 32.50
International etve ry,
135 Central Ave.'
Phone, 2-2316
' LIFE INSURANCE
tall
JIM glooe
'General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. CO,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama. 2-0552
,a1111ma.
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SAMSNAS

. UNITED STATES or AMSRICA.'
.. , ... T. led StalCesanaDlitZ11inct'Court For
With F 1.2 Lens '
,, ,.. ,,., a t : ,., , I e ,,;,rEaknee islp I el iDt r.1 viciBst ?non: toTi th e Ca n a I Zone
layib"David de C.
1 It (7) b I es !Who :Ica nasDdGieavialsiSrreeoud.ei a. :B66 soandneeti l'ilvi,,tit e. D,DnieoiceknPeditayiliti.,
,,. dr: 3.1.4A111111,, :, '' tSAluteTlrok)invnsttne above-named defendant; ,,,
0
I,
.. . You are hereby required to appeor
Panami '.. N. :fork Colo and answer the complaint filed in the
, above-entitled action within ninety' days
, after publication. i
il In case of your failure to'so appeal
: SAN BLit 1
, and answer. judgment will be taken a I
t itainst you by default ,for the relief
S '- ''' demanded in the complaint.
,
.
' EXCURSION WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie to.
CroweoJudge, United States District
.. ,, , 'Court for the District of the Cenal Zone,
:this 21at day of Ant 1058. r
ct 1, April 28 ,,. '' ,,
. c T. McCormick, Jr.
,T2y!lotie61 IS, SF,Vitti (seal) ..
...,
, Fid1111
- ;. , By Marian D. Bowen'
, To Wanda Sue Bonnet' k
STEEL OtitiTureeriPT ,D, 11I'S The foregoing summons la serve' d up.
, ,- ' 4 on you by publication pursuant to the
11Pct.
BFFALO,' My.; (up) ,y The corraoerwt 0 jtudighea nuonnitoerdshiseta,,,toesuthDrilltr
steehmaking rate .in the Buffalg lettettor-the District of the Canal Zone,
dated April 21, 1958. and entered and
area has fallen to 34,5 per cent
of capacity with the shutdown Or filed in thi:aladctiounnlitntdthsetalesficepoisftrtiheet
an open hearth furnace at the Clerk or
Wkkwire Spencer steel plant, ,itIcATil ira5h8e, Divisin Balt"' 'T
was disclosed Monday. The figure P , C. T. McCormick. Jr.
compared with a rate of 361..per Clerk
cent last week, and 53.7 per cent
aUhe start of 1958. I
DiFivepuMtyariCaltierDk 11w"

,Miscellaneous

FOR SALE Baby Grand Bald Bald:
: Bald: win piano in first class condi condi'
' condi' ties. A 'new Baldwin acrosonic.",
Tune and repair all kind of,pia
nos by the most expert plains
tuner, L. F.: Garcia, 34 Strom.
Crossins Lux Theater. Phone 3-,
4947 3-0672.
FOR SALE -- Small hoist Call
2-1895, 2-1891.-
, FOR SALE -- GOOD OPPOR
, 7UNITY because of sonexpect.
ed trip, brand now, Imported
1arnitura, classic French styles
living room, dinins room,' bed- :
rooms. Other furniture; house,.
hot& articles.Lincoln Fremiore
, 4-door Landau 1957 with air.
conditioningTel. 3-6721 Pan

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' 6 -14 -- . ... . Phone 2-2831 between 8 a.m. - --,..'"''''34,.......,0'-
''''t '' 1-; '''' .1 ' '' t and 4 p.m..,Menday,
S Pride --- , 6
ou erm res y enan !, utc elec s Y.-
' LOST .-e, Black cocker spaniel
' ' '' , ; t 4 , 'P ; 1 ,,, ,. ,... ,3 -- WANTED TO BUY --.- English answers' to "Butch" red harness
. Phone Balboa 'tag No. 2526. Reward, Cali Cu-
,,. rak ,, l' '' I 15.03 ,- ,' ,. ',.- ; rondo 83.2121. ''
Toning uown Of Pre estinatidn' ; eners :-.. - -::: .,(, .
CHARLOTTE, N.r. (UP). The buildings :to be used Tor schools Dr. Frank A. Fearney of Lake
.
General Assembly of the Southern in t h o 5 a areas where public City, Fla., a 'physician,', opposed 14 : '- -'
' '' ' : :'' '' f: '' ' s '' 'r I; : : ' Gertie --Ederle iscloses- :
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Presbyterian Church today reject. schools 'may 'be closed to avoid a plan to allow the minister to ' 1- ) 6
ed an attempt to tone down the integrationi .., , t ', constdt with a committee of eld.
church's traditional belief in pre. The assembly, high st body of ers in his church before making
destination'. , !, the Presbyterian Church from his decision on remarriage.' Fear. ' ' 1 .'''' i :- ' ;
Bettmg Coup Fix Barre
A committee, headed by Dr. New Mexico : to Maryland,' has ney said ministers would be in'it in' ,,,' ;
John Newton Thomas of Union already, -mo d i f 1 e d its stand better position to make the deci. 1-1 r
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CHARLOTTE; N,C. (UP). The buildings :to be used !or schools
General Assembly of the Southern in thote areas where public
Presbyterian Church today reject. schools may be closed to avoid
ed an attempt to tone down the integrationi t t
church's traditional belief in pre. The assembly, hfgh st body of
destination'. .T I the Presbyterian Church from
A committee, headed by Dr. New Mexico to Maryland,' has
John Newton Thomas of Union already, -mo dified its stand
Theorogical Seminary,. recom. against divorce and remarriage
mended that the assembly defeat of divorced persons. The tAnew.
the action. stand, which must be approved
Thp proposals wonld have by presbyteries in 16 states,
stri4ken from the c..urth's confes. would leave bhe decision up to the
sion o; faith the strongest state minister who perborms the cere.
ments on predestination.- It would money.,
not have removed the doctrine The propoial drew strong oppo oppocompletely
completely oppocompletely from the church's be. sition m a heated debate before
liefs but would have deleted see. i was adopted. Russ M. Johnson,
tions so strong as to be offenSive a Jackson, Miss., layman, awl
to some Prebyteriads, the, church shOuld. not "provide
" A sharp debate followed on s vehicle for Sie:111 attacking
the committee,'s negative recom. what represented a marked
mendation before', it was aecept. change in the denomination's pre.
ed. Dr. John A. MacLean of Mel. vious, firm stand against di.,
bourne, -Fla., In favor of the vorce and remarriage.
'change, presented a substitute
motion that a committee ,;study Maks Jecislons,Themselves
complete,revision of the doctrine
of predestination..'4; Thit motion t Layman, Jerry Sanders of Lob.
was defeated. r -t bock, Tex.,. supported the change
The main proposal wotdd have because, he satd,. otherwise the
deleted these sections from the church would be itt, the Position
church's conlessiovof faith:4i of forgiving- the sins of murder,
- lying and stealing but not break.,
UNCHANGEABLY DESIGNEDi, ing up of a marriage.)'
Layman Douglas Purdy of At.
some men ,and angels are pred'es.
' "By the decree; of God lanta, Ga4 aid e any home
tinated into .everlasting life, and needs the support and strength of
the church, it is the home,. of a
I o.thersioreordained to everlasting second. marriage ;

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'"By the decree; of God
some men end angels are pred'es pred'estinated
tinated pred'estinated into everlasting life, and
others foreordained to everlasting
death., ;,' '
"These angels and men are paL
ticularly and unchangeably design.
ed; and their 'number is so cert.,
ain and definite that it cannot be
either increased or diminished."
The debate and action on pre predestination
destination predestination came before the 98th
general assembly tackled the 'thor 'thorny
ny 'thorny matter of the church's stand
on racial segregation.'
- The assembly, nearing the end
of its week-long meeting, tacked
a report on. revisions in the form
of the church's government and
was expected ,to spend most 'of
the day on rewriting some of the'
rules.
Whether the exPected con controversy
troversy controversy on t he raeial question
came to the floor today depended
on the extent of the revisions in
church regulations-
But, waiting 'for ,the delegates
were a series of propoials which
would soften the church's stand
against segregation.
Ask Rulingi Bo Rescinded
,
The: assembly receive pro.
peals' from., Mississippi presh.
teries asking that earlier pro prointegration
integration prointegration actions upholding the
Supreme Courc decision on school
segregation bet rescinded. The
proposals also ask that the divi division
sion division and Council of Christian Ite-1
lations which .,prepared pro-inte.
gratioi reports, later, adopted by
the 1951 and 1957 assemblies, .be
abolished- o'"
, Lexington Presbytery itt
la also asked a ruling on whether
or not At church May permit Ka
LEGA: NOTIC
, Clerk
RY Marian Bowen
Deputy' Clerk

Kome Articles I
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TPCSON, Ariz. (UP Kitt
PeSkrthe mountain that will be
the,!site .of the National Astrono
MICA' Observatory, is sacred to
the Par lag ',
- It is at ,this observatoryy 40
its.i AT.
au na mo www
Miles from Tucson, that the Na.
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tional -Science Foundation istends t
to place the largest telescope in
the world. .
In the Papago languagi, Kitt 1
Peak Is. called; Eel.ol kahm
which means red-leafed, bush,
' According., to ;legend, a .god
named Ze.ee-toy--who, made, the
PaPago and' taught him to shoot 1
the bow and' arrow sometimes
lives in. caves on this r,u gged
mountain' ,
At first-the Papagos vvere ,-, re reluctant!,kor
luctant!,kor reluctant!,kor their sacred ground tp
be taken over by the white man.,
But two ,years ago,t, they agreed
to come and see what Ithe men
4with -the long eyes". did.
Est Edwin F., Carpenter, diree,
'tor, of the University of Arizona's
SteWard Observatory, showed the
tribal leaders the MOOD' through
a telescope told them something
about astronomy -and why men
wanted to use their mountain.'
,Most of the older men of t the
tribe, who spoke no, English, star stared
ed stared quietly at the. telescopic view
of the poon without cordmnt
aut the ypunger men were enthu enthusiastic,
siastic, enthusiastic, t'1
- The Indians went -.home and
talked some ,,more about the
strangers who wanted their mount.
tain. Then ,they agreed to the
testing, and the, scientists agreid
not to disturb the caves of Ee.ee

.But it leek Inany district and
tribal council meetings before the 1
Papagos showed their willingness
to have Eel-ol-kahm used by sci scientists
entists scientists as we'l 14 the Mt
FURLOUGHS SOO WORKERS
bALLAS ,! (UP) Lone Star
(Steel Co.' Monday gave notice it
is furloughing an additional 500
'workers and shutting dopn, its
open hearth furnaces by May 11,
The company had previously laid
off 1,500 and closed down most
pipemaking facilities. '

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AKRON, (VP) GeneralTire
Rubber Co. Monday announced
it is marketing a standard line of
nylon 4cord construction genera'
kuck tires for the firat time. The
campany said it will give 10 per
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ARMY GIVES CONTRACTS
1VASHINGTON At Jr) The
Army has awarded a $9,152,387
f.
contract to,Riytheon Manufactur.
ing Co. for preduction facilities to
produce -the Hawk anti, aircraft
Miisile and three contracts to
Chrysler Corp.',tetaling $5,384,000
for, five ,Ion trucks and training
ads for Jupiter missile' troop
training units. ,
Lelects
.., t -.
Dr. Frank A. Fiarney of' Lake
City, Fla., a -physician,', opposed
a plan to allow the minister to
constdt with a committee of eld elders
ers elders in his church before making
his decision on remarriage.' Fear Fearney
ney Fearney said ministers would be 1114
better position to make the deci decisions,
sions, decisions, themselves-
,
,
The decisive !vote t,n the entire
divorce and remarriage issue
came on the motion of the Rev.
R. D., Litt eton of Hattiesburg,
Miss., who wanted to reject it.
His- motion lost, 307-115,N and the
assembly went on to adopt the',
change by voice vote.', ,
The assembly also approved
creatioii of a new committee, on
television, radio and audiovisuals
to exploit "what lorrie have de described
scribed described as the most powerful me medium
dium medium yet fashioned :. for mass
,communication, the ,, medium of
television.", The assembly 'ap 'approved
proved 'approved a 1960 budget for the com committee
mittee committee of $300,000 t,''. ''''""'
In 4yOriaj
CHICAGO 'MP) The Amer-I
jean Societf of Planning Officials
says citiis mcst develop tools to
measure blight in industrial a areas
reas areas g they plan to renew the
areas fast enough lo'prevent in industries
dustries industries from moving front ten
trally located sites' to outlying a areas...
reas... areas... ,,,
In al report on ,research;' tch,
nique for renewal of industrial
areas the, society sald'that "in
dustrial'alums, like slam housing,
are a serious econOmic hazard to
a city. '
The mahr problem, the societ'y
said', is to develop an appraisal
technique to determine Pie treat
-
are a serious econOmic hazard
a city. ' '
The main' problem, the socie
said', is to develop an apprais
technique to determine the trei
ment warranted,
A.
1 maVIA V IT ILA A illi!loCU, s, ?
k Such techniques recently reedit.
- ot w V
ed the attention of St. Louis and
Detroit, the. Society said.
Tite 'society listed as the main
reAsons for the relocation' of in.
dustry away from city centers as
obsolescence of buildings in both
style 'And structure,. poor traffic,
channels for goods and employes,
and lack of, space for plant expan
Mon.
'Detroit, the society's report not noted,'
ed,' noted,' found there were plants to
move more than 10 per cent of
the eity's industries from its pres present
ent present industrial center.
Even more Detroit industrial industrialists,
ists, industrialists, the report added, would pre.
ter to be -outside the Moor CPI
but have no immediate plans to
move. ,

trono. '' The main' problem, the society it, ana ',,sz,o00,uou naa Dem; wa., .,--- ,--.,,,,., .., ,,
ed to said', is to develop an appraisal gered that I wouldn't d it," she : (.'," ., A
-,', .., technique to determine Pie treat. adds." "There ,was something ,,,- Nt"::7,...,- ---- .1; olt. 44
e., 40 ment warranted,;.,., 7 7 Wrong somewhere, but 'there was "1414, 1 (1,?, f..4
e Nalk Such techniques recently receiv. no use creating a mess." A la i' ;op
stends ed the attention of St Lout& and 'So Trudy returned the next year t
113e In Detroit, the. Society said. , and this time 'she nulled it off, t;
, '' The 'society listed, 88 the main wearing "the first' biltiel bathing 1 '14r,,
Kitt reit:Iona ler the reloeation' of in. 'snit ever 'made," to beCome one 1 ''
ahm dustry away from city centers as of the most hmous women of the I
alt. obsolescence of buildings in both Golden '20's.,When' she returned --,-,.. ,,..,,:r
t .god style 'And structure,. poor traffic home,. MiSS Ederle was greeted
le, the channels for goods and employes,nvith a record ticker tane recep. i.1 -,
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shoot and lack of, space for plant expan tion br 2.000,000 New torkert. , .,
,4imes Mon. .' ' Capitalizing on her fame.' she
g g I d, 'Detroit, the 'society's report not. was earning $6,000 weekly iii la
I f filtt
' 'i ed.' found there were plants to vaudeville when she fell on the 1 Is.. g
'e ,Tre, move' more than 10 per cent of stairs at a friend's home in 1933 p, e. 14.41 ...
und tg the eity's industries from its pres. and inh.,td her spine. For four , 1 1: Ilte "'Poop
. ,ru 41
I Man', ent industrial center: 7 and one-half years she yas in a 1,4 IT
agreed Even more ,Detroit industrial. cast ind 19 specialists told her -, '',.- q' ilitt"
e Men iSt$, the report added, wotild pre. she would never walk. again. '- .- ).. ..':,,'
; ,-' ter to 'be -outside the Moor Cif) "Then I heard that there would -. ', -,,,,,.-' ,
diree. but have no, immediate plans to be a swimming feature in the ,,, ..- ' 1
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By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP), Gertrude
Eder le, looking forwaird to the
filming of her legendary 1926 con conquest,
quest, conquest, of the English Channel, dia.
closed today .how a betting coup
"fit" peevented her, from com completing
pleting completing her history-making swirn
a year ealier.
Miss Ederle WaS only' 19,'when,
on Aug. 6, 1926, she waded ashore
in the shadow of ,the white cliffs
of Dover as the first woman ever
to conquer the Channel-Onl y five
men bad sivum' it before her, but
she fought"throutglf "'aging ,storm
to break the Men's record by two
boors with a. time. of 14 hours, 30
minutes. .f(
Yet, the jovial, 51-year-old
"Trudy" reveals almost reluctant.
lv, she would have accomplished
rthe feat a year earlier except, for
' some, dark and devious work at
the erossroads.
"I should have done it a year
earlier in my first try," she re
calls; "I had 'been 'in the 'water
only eight and toe-half hour and
was only six miles off the English
coast ,-- breaking all 'records.
when tile tug captain, called to a
Matt slvinftning that
was collanting.,' I, wasn't', hot whPn
he touched, I 'was 'disquali.
dds Against' Her
"We found out' later. that 'the
odds were 6 to Lagainst Tne doing
it, and '.$2,000,000 had been wa,,
gered that I wouldn't d it," she
adds." "There was something
Wrong somewhere, but there was
no use creating a -mese
lo Trudy retu,rned the next year
and this time 'she nulled it off,
wearing "the first' bikini bathing
'snit ever Jmadd," to beCome one
of the most hmous women ed the
Golden '20's.,When she returned
home,, Miss Ederle was greeted
"'With a record ticker tane reeep reeeption
tion reeeption br 2.000,000 New torkert
Capitalizing on her fame.' she
was earning $6,000 weekly
1 vaudeville when she fell on the
' stairs at friend's home in 1933
and Ink I.1 her spine. Eor four
and ope-half years she.,yas in a
east and 19 ,specialiqts told her
she would never walk. again.
"Then I heard that there would
be a swimming feature in the
World's Fair," she says. "It Was

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the incentive I needed.-It felt like
a knife was being driven into my
spine when I moved but I learned
to walk and swim all over again
and earned a place, in Billy Rose's
Aquacade." -
Tribu!ations
A fighting N'iampion, as she
proved in the storm-tossed waters
of the English Channel, Trudy had
other tribulations to conquer. She
had begun to grow deaf while in
'vaudeville and pow dis "stone
'deaf" without. ahearing aid. The
troubles ,,havet tinged her dark,
bobbed hair with) gray but she,"
still is a bubbly, bright-eyed worn.. ''
an, with, a',beartY laugh who is
ever readv to extenC a helping
hand to there. '
-,' One' oi.Ser pet contributions le!
teaching swimming to the ch114
t4ren at the Lexington School for!
tbe,Deaf. And -she delights in the,
way their eyes light un when she!
turns At on with that old ease and
speed.
". Tit th'p alnwiftv mPmnry nr hp,
In the' memory of her I
Channel feats, s it isn't often re remembered
membered remembered that Miss Eder le Wal
one ,of our great -competitors.' Shn
held ,more than 30 WOrld mark',
competed' for the ALS.- Olymple
team in 1924 And broke jeyen
world 'records trt, one race when
she ,was Only
You IF0111'1er why thev tildn't
screen the picture long ago.
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NY HouseNeteran
:Pat-Kearney Will
"ot Run' Again'
WASHINGTON (UP) Rep.
Bernard W. (Pat) Kearney (R (RN.Y.),
N.Y.), (RN.Y.), a'. veteran of 16 years in
the House, announced Monday
that he would not seek re-election.
. Kearney, who will be 69 next
month, is ranking Republican on
, the House Committee on Unamer.
Iran Activities. A former national
commander of the- Veterans of
Foreign Wars, he also is a key
member of the House Veterans
Committee.
lie said in a statement he had
considered retiring for many
years but each time reconsidered
at the urging of Republican Party
leaders. But this time, he said,
l'under no circumstances will I
reconsider. my planned course o'
action.",
, Kearney, a resident 'of take
Ineasant, N.Y., enlisted as a pri private
vate private in the New York National,
Guard and retired 115'8 major
general after serving in the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican border hostilities and in
World War L
He' was one of the authors of
the G.L bill of rights,' t
Weather'0r not
. : Thhoreother report tor' the 24
bouts ending II a.m. today, ts
prepared' by the Meteorolotrical
',end Hydrokraphic Branch bt the
. Panami Canal Companvt
' 7, , Balboa Cristbal
,.1r;14PERATURE: : ". '141.
. 11184 ;.,,',-, ge ' se ,.
. Low ....,,.,1-. 74- I 81
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' RIIMIDITY: - ,
High ........ 93 85
'' Low .4'. 49 .72
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WIND: e '
(max. mph) NW-9 N-10
RAIN (inches) 34 t 0
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WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 78 ,
. 83
- IMT VIINIATIAY. APRIL 30 ,,.
' WEDNESDAY
High
12:23 a.m.
U:54 p.m.
APRIL 30
Low
6:41 a.m.
11:16 p.m.
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'-' ' .: Weather Or !lot
I years 0 evangelismn. Grnahuaminliald side. Mott :are 'Adr ; sinners.'Come, with katy,,Jurada n, he newni.. 7-.. L ,7,
,0 giv
' e two sermonsone to those forward--whether you understand MGM release, 1 Tile BadlanderS.,
' ,. ,, ',- inside and another to those. "ut- it or JtiotabidttlItaketyptur, enbount. ,. .., f i. . :, ,. Bombed
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''' Y..- --'---, t;!- ',:i ' ,..' - '-:., to h d On' the 'troubles of 'movie
; .'fb ' ,,:4 ' Spiritual Hunger' ., ,., tie e ., ... . .,,. ..,, ...s
' : l'his,weather report for the 24 ,, ,c : '1.'' t;nd
' G3orne: ,s3itilt ees, ,,, -,,,, ,,,,,
. Tnp t'erowd,' he said, ls 'indica- star Lana yurner. ,.,p., I ..
, ":. bouts ending it a.m.,' ,today. 4,,rit,a Af ha nivittlal htmerno Al imp "Smiumiltne is Irwin! ,whon una

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' b011tS ., ending 11 a.m. today, is Tn. t'erLP11:1-1.111;1 snarcr,1748 indica'. star Lana Turner. 1,,,,, I , G4orge I'lny
- ees
som thi I h' v '9wwl
tive of the spiritual hunger of our e ng a wrong w en we .. t
,. ,, w , , ,.. British p I a n e 1 an0 troops' In the presence.of Henry, L. Doan-. t7 sic ivities stith as Fire Pre,en.
, ' '' rushed to the 'area Sunday to van,-civil. affairs director; and tionWeek, and Clean Up Week.
' brenered bv the Meteoroloyiesi ,
- - t th daY." Explaining the aims of his see a beautiful woman weeping 1. allege .' ',, SINGAPORE (UP), ;-..' An
, ',and Hydregraphic Branch b e I , t, e. Identified Plane bombed two, Brit11.11-
keep the -,antiBritish tribesmen W. H. Smith, Chief of ,the, Safety .- , 1,
crusade, Graham said sternly: because her daughter. killed a SIX 1'111143n' ICI from claiming the 1,000 pound Branch.
,' Panamai Canal Company:
,I '''' .' ',"". Balboa CriFt6frrai "We have not come, here to put man,",,he said. -,,' ,;-, --, I t, 840, - ish oil tankers riding at anchor in 42,800) bounty their leaders re. ,It was the secohd suCcessive --- ----
. h se''' We have not come And of the 'wealthy resisrl city 4 a , ' ; the east Borneo port of 'Balikpap. nortedly' .offered fOr Somerset's year for ,the Canal Zone Division 1 ,,
, -' -, shi i
an yesterday. One wat hit and set lire. , ,1' . . of Schools to be awanted this safe., I 1
here to ent4rtain you; We have of Palm Sprthes, Calif' .4 where he (4 i e
' TEMPERATURE: .." ,,,, ..,., 141. In US Duni jilile'
oi 4 afire and the. crew abandoned
. s HIgh ., ,,, 92 ., se come ere o open a o 0,
h t thi b ok the acquired' a deeP sun tan before
.
i, The tribesmen, armed with rif. tl, tertificate. ,,' .. .- ,.. 0 V 1 0. Oa 4,
, Low ,- 74 I gt ', tioly Bible 1., night after night, arriving here,. Graham said he l ' ' P- ' ' es and submachineguns, scat, Evaluation of the schOol partici. ,
' 7...,!;', 1 we are going to open these pages found ,"inore misery per, square t WASHINGTON ,(VP) Art-CID Singapore's naval Wireless sta sta.
. sta. k,
'-idti7 DAY, '-'.!'75- '40-
tered before the ,-, onslaught ,:. of patio!) in the gational School Safe ''''''"71-1----'7''',1-"I'' ''' I
' :HUMIDITY: , , ; and see what'the Bible says.' i ,, Inch"' t h e r e.,than anywhere he President George MeanY Predict tion at liranii picked up an SOS
planes straling and hurling anti- . .----
-, High ., 93 85 'After citing the evils of present. has been. : : .-.. ,- ,. , ed 'yesterd4,1,that unemploYment which said the tankers San personnel bombs. Reports reach. DROWNS OUT MIKOYAN 2f39 419 8!38 -4 9:00 bm
. - Low 4 ' 49 ' ,I72 day life, Graham threw his arms After the, serrnon, 280- persons will climb to a :17.3rear 'high rf Flaviano and ',Daronia were at. ing here said Somerset escaped..
, Sonterset -came here z,recently FRANKFURT Germany (UP) Mb : ,.
, .' ...,:wiND. .,,, ,, : , ::' aloft in a sweeping gesture and mioonveidorforwit.rdto make audeel, ,"ver3,; close ,..to six million", Per- tacked shortily after ,,,d,aw, n. The 11;
,' as adviser to the Emir of Dhala, A Yugoslav Airlines, pilot Fri,
, w N la cried.- , , 8 Chnst. Counsellor! took sons in June. He said the economy San FlaViano was hit. ,
Y e"- one -of 17 'z tinY sheikhdoms and day. drowned out the words. of So A.,,,,,, .01,010k
h I ' SOS d b
' ' (max 111Eh) -w-9 "Is there some place I tan find them to a side room for Inter. is "in dangerouv a ape. The was relaye
RAIN tinches)- 34 0 a e? It you live out here In views As they came,' forward '' ,. ..,. : t ,,, , ; ,,,, other tanker, the Tromus. All E J
states 'that. form I Britaht's west t f t d t A t ''' ''''' ''"
- ,,,,,, Pe-c 4. .1 r. 11 1, A V ' t Id news- Conference three are British registered The te its epu y premier nas as, t 4 a 4,,,a t
t t Th E i
WATER TEMP:
'-- : "' California, and have a frame anu Tamara same.: '-- .,. f., Meany o a Aden protec a e. e m r 80VI Mikoyan with a blast of sound I T 1 ''
44
83 a family, you ought to be happy, .,, When have weever ha'd a mo. both Congress and the Eisenhow.
San' Flamm) is owned b ,,,he 1
' ,,, firmer harbors) 78 , Y is a fugitive in Yemen. - from his, twikengin plane. The , ,i ,
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but you're not. You're out of baL ment like this In the Bay area? er administration' were wrong in Eagle Oil and Shipping cemPanY- I econd battle Sunday, reb- unidentified I t ' d h ' ee'e I
n a s pi o gunne is en. If t
- '' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 anee .1. that's what's wrong.' -, It Mat never comek again." their go.slow approach, toward of London. The other two belong el tribesmen attacked toyal troops j t MI
gmes -, us as i oyan began I I I 11 El
,.., Ile, re to the
anti.recession proposals. , Shell Oil Co. '. near D h a I a. One', government speaking into a micro h
p one on I, mg It
' High ' itmw ' ' ' ' '''"''''''' '''''''''''"' '' -1,-.1" newed AFL CIO dem,,nds for' an A Shell s okesman aid th Dar. nu rd was
, ,,:ht,,A,,:,,,,y,,n,,,,,,r,,,,49.7mt'4- -,1, r,ISs::; ''', ' 1 0, ' ; -- P 5 (1 '''--11 - killed. '' " "." --",' his arrival to sign a SovietWest ';
i 12:23 a.m., 0.41 cm. 1 , ,, ,,, ; ' Immediate' six te eight billion dol. onia and San Flaviano had taken
' 12'54 so 7 '18 p m. id ' s, .,' 4,- -44 Tension in th to t te his G 1 -,
e pro e ora erman,,, trade pact. -The noise ', ''
. .111 ' .. ' ' ... ' ''' '' -, lar tax cut' and Increased jobless crude oil from the Gulf of Borneo been rising since British troops t d t d f '
p r e v e n e he au ience rom
oadi I
- , .- ,,.,.. , ,, ,, ,, .. .. , ., ,,, 1 benefits, .. , 4 ,,. 1 and were unl ng t when the at. 1 ...- ..
started a hunt for two notorious haolth,a Mil,,,,,,A til k., sl... 1 Ir., 1 r -""'",1,
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1 ' .' ,, repel agitators wo: weeKs
''' ie"""""""r7'77 717777.-714 !;$,Y.','.':''':;:,'..::;:':(-,.:',':'':;1,':,:iiii;l:.1,i,:e,'':i;'',1'',',':,ni:tt:M;i:';':,''''''':''".q'4':';.':,';g: .::','it:I'''''''''.'-'';::- ?' '--ii' hit- -Iteti lohn V Byrnes "7-.ibeTa-n-- Plaviano was set a' ire :,. BP' '''' I veered off. to a runway for'. take. ,: r "- y '"'" 1 E7N-0,-: -01 ,,,, ..:
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have arrested Abdallah' Bin ,. .', : ,''f.' tiL.,..,' 1- I.; LIP"....-.-"'-wl :'
i' . '',.. ii '.: EnDja:,..-.... 1.:::,):.,,,,:i:,...;,ii;m:.:.4.,,,,,.,;.iz.,,:,4.,::,:4.,,,,,i::1.,i.;:!.,i4.,,i,,ii,,i;,,.,,I,.:,..,.:.::::!f:,,.:,:,::,,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,.,:..,of.,5.,:.:,:..v.,.,: Cratic plin,' lit t unemployment', re. two.: boats.::, A ,piltit' boat picked
,:,,..,.,,,,,,.:,:.:;.::,,,.:::,::!:',...!::!'::!,,,,,...,,!..,!.:.,,:-,.:.:i;!,!:.:.::,,,,,:,-. ::-:::.:::.!''--,!:,!'! ...,'!,:::,..,!;:,::!''-! i',,,::': '-:.:-:'!';;',:'' lief was'': so': lobsely.drafted !, tha,t them up. 'Bombs came close to the Ahmed Al tadbli: director '0' Od-' SIO'N TRAD PAC .1. '''' .."' '' -'"'"'"''' '': !'',""1"! ''''': :
, ucation, in."' tadhli ', -stata,,'and -", 0 ,'
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'' - -- ''''''''''-'""'''''''''':':'''''''''"'!:; "'""'"''::-:""'"'!:':'''':', l :;:''::::',''''''''''',::::::-:-",'!" are defeated' this' year; Would- be IA disPatch,from London quoted i. I i
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All' J.ifri'.', Jyri '.1s.,'orie,!.of the :,,two Itapan. Lsigned A brieksear agtee.. C...... ji La ""
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,, ., . , ,..,.:,..:,:..,,, r ;.:),..,,:, .1 :' -,.. ,, .., .,,,?...,, 4, ,, L... . t, ing a preliminary report had beea Other,, r e-p o r t s said Qahtan totaimg around 540 -, million dol. !''..i...!,. :',,,-
' .' km::,,.: ,,',...;,4:!::.i.1,4';:;,.!:,;.,:-,,',:...,,..:::,-::!:;,,::;;::::,.,.!:!!:.,,,,:,.::,, e!,,,:,,,...,...?,:i.,:::::......:,,,::1 ::!.:!!,:,; : : '1Ie Abld the'' House,: Rules. CD11.' received and ,further : information
Shaabi ,-:!' agriculture ',minister .: In lars,'!: The :, agreement covers ex. ,,
, IlLikiitousinsom
'' ..- .: '' 7 fli AY !Ist; I U X iiIiii: ;..'i.,i';'': : :' : r'. :, :' ';',:''itligii' :''',,!.,'':,.'i::21 :.:'- 7 ::0 '46;3" ': . : ;:'i ii'i':'. ''.':';''::V : : :. :,', -: 7 . . . . 'ttee the Dmociatie 'bill ,would Warr -being awaited.' Air !Informed
':'''!'!,:!!!', ml : , : the Lahet Sultanate,. also -wits ar., changes- between Britain and', Ja-
!;,. produee the ,,!Igreatest' ecandal the souice. was quoted, as saying,' di. rested. Earlier it was reported he ,pan, and:' betweea" Japan:: and the I ," ,, :: .' ': :: 4v-' ,:
- ', ' '' '' --' f,!.!...",-,',.',,,J,'!.;!!!.:!0,!,:,.:;::!,!'":..!:',:''''.,'":":',','-'' .'"',-!!!'",!0''' :;.,:,:;'''-!,',,.': '''.',!'::::'''l'!, I k ::'", .' country hart 'ever seen In, pisaing plomatic action' :wad ',being, ilcca,
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',:. ,, '. ,,, ,,,, , !i,,,,'::':',':::::!,:::',':!;::,:!!!!!:!Ri,:gl,.!::!:,!:IIIKU:'"!, ,.'J4;,'-';,:':','J''':!,..::::!-',:',,,i'i..:,:;,::,.7 ,,.,i;.!!, ;,: regardless of need.,:',,,, ,- ''.. .... .::, The San'tlaviano was reported ; ' '
, mi,,,:!, , ,- ' ,',.:,.,:.,,(..':.:.','''!!4!!!'!4::!:'!!:!,,,i,'',,,,,,,!::',:::::.!. ....::::J.,..,:i,!::::.!;:i.:::,!;!!'!!' ': ,:,:l.!,!,: .,'!:"::!&'! -,,' .!:, .0. .,: :.:,,,!:,,.t, -,1, .:-.....,-,-, :-.. .' .. to ,have :an allaritish crew while --,--"-""-- --"----' ---'":-. -' ''-'-' .- ' --- ''-'''' -
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Vortat,r , !'''''''''' '11 : Democtitic leaders ,, planned to the 'crew of the Daronia was re. ,.',
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i ... r"liSc,.. ... mown .t ',,,2'...s.,, :'1 : 'seek House-. actiOp : this..., week on ported to :. be' part- Chinese' and ...., '',. : .:-. !!....,: .e ;! -, ., .) ..., ,,: 1 ,-;:., -...,, . ', ... ,. , .',$ ,, ,.'., -.., ...
,,,.:,,:,. ,.:,1'.;.:;;Z:0,:g;;i,;.ii:::;V:1 -,:'.'',:::::::;''';$'::'6':. their' bill,, which, would authorize part British. :' .., '' .' ..:
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I :0 jobless: benefitt even' for persons Balikpapan -Is about 500; mileS ..., ,.....,11, 1 0 .
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. ,,, 9ot cavered tythe unemployment from the 'rebel held city of Men, -'.!,.. ... .' -:,, -, .. ,. : ',. .... .; ,''' :). ,, -,' ',,,,,,..;, ,!' '',.
' nsurance,:program. It Was ; de. ado,' ,,capital, of north ':,' Celebes, ,.
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,,. Li tit ''i!,,, tKtAl:!!1 i, 1. ...,.,.,. J' McDonald, ,'' president of the rebel -,:, operated- last A ra 15. -:',:; -.,'''':-77.-:- : , , , ."", -T,, '',,',.', '' I.- 4 i ''''- ; '" ;OP .. I
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AFL.CIO Steelworkers' Union, re. Two Or three planes were Pclamag. ' ' ' ''' ' -' 1"1 it ' O ,,
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. . :, jected Vice ,President Richard M. ed on the ground by the raid.' ; -.! .' :. -, s:' i '',' ( ''' s 1 :' ''''k-p
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, , Nixon s,,, proposal lot: an ,!. anti. Yesterday's raid Immediately put . ', .' .- -:' ''' !. '--?' ', : ,, :. .--
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4 recession ateel wage-price freeze. Indonesian anti aircraftdefenses .. ., .,.- -' ... .
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to a boat in order to make it go."' practice was carried 'out'!in that ';' :A, -- ..., .., .., ,:.' .: -;. ,., : ,N,,, 7-,'4: ,::,,,t;.-.,,,,--t,--,,, . '.7! .'..-',....
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Meany !discussed the econorny north : Sumatran capital snd the 1
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,: ',. to keep the big sail from dipping into Great' Sound. :: Pierre ,. a; ,statement:!, that,' the nation,: is any attacks.liowever,!: there ;was i ,,.. ::-.,," ll ;''
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1 I :: ..- ' '' : 'gone AWOL because they lust Sauratowi,Moimtain he had ,dia. said Bowman. "Jim looked at my open. I never liked to be crowd. ' Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON
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67 discharged. :
Crowd Of ::18;000 Surprises
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SAN FRANCISCO -(UP)--Even.
gelist Billy Graham was frankly
astonished at the crowd that turn turned
ed turned out for the openhig of his six.
week crusade at the San Francis..
co Cow Palace Arena ,
' There were 18,000 crowded into
tho cavernous burding, and an-'
other 5,000 miffing on the .parking
lot outside. Traffic WaS jammed
for six miles around the building.
"This took us all by surprise,
Graham Said. "We didn't expect
anything like this. I had ,to 'show'
my credentials to three different
policemen to get in
"It was the largest opening day
audience Graham has had in 13
years 0 evangelism. Graham had
:o give two sermonsone to those
inside and another to those out outside.
side. outside.
Spiktual Hunger.
Thp crowd, he saki, "is indica indicative
tive indicative of the spiritual hunger of our
day." Explaining the aims of his
crusade, Graham said sternly:
', t, Spl Huai Plunger .. ,.1
',. Thp crowd, he said, "is indica.
uve of the spiritual hunger of our
day." Explaining the aims of his
crusade, Graham said sternly:
"We have not comeo here to put
on a .show." We have mot come
here to ent4rtain you. We have
come here tti open this hook,. the
tioly Bible ,.-. night after night,
we are goink to open these pages
and see what'the Bible says.",
After citing the evils of present.
day life, Graham threw ins arms
aloft in a sweeping gesture and
cried:-, , , -'
- "Is there some place I tan find
peace? If you live out here in
California, and have a home and
a family, you ought to be happy,
but you're not. You're out of baL
ance .1. that's what's wrong.'

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ALL' HANDS TO WINDWARDOn the spirmaker ,run home
r in the 5.5 Series offBermuda, Little nag' needs' all handc handc:
: handc: to keep the big sail from dipping in0 Great Sound. Pierre.,
t DuPont is the skipper of, the boat which' ilnished'oleurth

AWOL Sailors
, WINSTON SALEM (1.17)--Two
AWOL ,'"bags and groceries" sail.
ors were schechi,ed 'to appear in
municipal court later today on,
charges of stealing camping e.
quipment used in their hide.out in
a mountain cave. , o,
Military authorities also were to
racmk e supj. thuemialepIntiacned svegittemn,
L. Bowman, 20, both of Winston.
, The youths said they had' twice
gone AWOL because. they lust
didn't...like distributing' groceries
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1 at Norfolk, Va.. . s,
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wanted us to do the things we
'didn't( care for," said Cumbie.
"Before I joined the Navy about

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Lingglief, Cololiti,,:arstian; Plc
ACTING GOV, HUGH M. ARNOLD shOwn pre lenting the
, : : 3 ' National 'Safety COuncil Certificate
, aug r, p an
- ' E v s of Coco Sento, daughter'.
Iv d mdorl'. of;oCeaolnolin ) , , , , t
, Of Merit to Sigurd 'E. 'Esser, SuperilLendenC of .; Schools,' who accepted 'the award, on behalf of
Sfc. and' Mrs'. Albert. Brown,. of the- DiViSi6n of schools. watching "the tererno y are' Henry L.' Donovan, Civil Affairs Mee MeeINCISQ0
INCISQ0 MeeINCISQ0 -(UP);-Evew I "This thing ,deeP, clown ,13.hside
' Gulick' Heights, son. ; ., tor,.' center, and W. H.' Smith, thief 9t the ,Sat Branch, far: right. ''; .-; ,
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"Thia" thing.,deeps down'', inside
you that, is searching, for some something
thing something is Your tioul. You can't sat satisfy
isfy satisfy your soul by getting drunk.
You can't satisfy, your soul by a
sex 'experience.
Sin is The 'Treublo'
"Sin that's, your trouble.
That's my trouble.", We are, sin sinners!
ners! sinners! Every person in this aud audience
ience audience has broken the ten tom,
mandments." : (
As his oratory: warmed during
the hour --long sermon, Graham
gestured violentlyi often with a.
quivering Bible in bis left hand;
"Dishonesty, gree d, :cheating
and lust are rampant on every
aide. Nou are sinners. tome
forward--whether you understand'
it or not--and make your enbount.,
er with Christr,
During his, SerM011, '1 'Graham
touched on the troubles, of movie
star Lana Turner. '
"Something is wrong when we
see a beautiful woman weeping 1
because her daughter killed a
man,"he said. ,
- And of the 'wealthy resorl city 1
of Palm Springs, Calif., where he
acquired deeli sun ttan before
arriving here, Graham said he
found ,,"inore misery per square
inch"- ther &than anryhere he
has been. , ,
, After the, serrnon, 380- persons
moved forward to make a "(led "(ledsion
sion "(ledsion for Christ." Counsellor! took
them to a side room for inter.
views. As, they came.' forward,
Graliam asked:
, 2'When have we ever he'd a mo.
ment like this in the Bay area?
It may never come, igain."
seven 'years ago, I worked, In 'a
grocery store. I,' Just figured at
last I'dgraduated from bags and
groceries,. but, the Navy: didn't
think soThey made me a 'bags
and groceries' man in the commis.
sary."., t
,Bowman, first, a mess 4cook,
was' placed with Cumble' in the
commissary., The job was equally
distasteful to' hhn and the youths
decided to go AWOL ,
Cumbie told of, severil caves ln
Sauratown ,ttotmtain he had dis.
covered as a youth' which would
'afford' 'goo&
Thpy first went AWOL Feb. 27,
and visited their homes until
"things were getting a little too
warm" and "we took offfor the
m tab."
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National- Music Week will be
observed in the U.S. elementary
schools of the Canal ,Lone during
the week (..4 May 4-11 with pr
grams in each of the schools.
The schedu e is:
throughout the week.
Balboa Ekmantary: -Grades 4,
5, and 8 in the school patio, Fri Friday;
day; Friday; May 9,- at 8:15 a.m..,
'Diablo Hts.: 'All grades at 8:30
a.m.'un Thursday, day 8:,in the
gy111111011M. e
Cocoll: All grades rat 10:30
'Wednesday,", fdtay; 7, in the
gymnasium,'
Ft. Bobbin- Grades 4, 3 and 6 in
the school anditiorium at '10;00
a.m. on ThursdaY, May' lb'', ",
rodro. Classrooni pro programs
grams programs throughout., the aveek.4.
. Gimbisc AU grades on Friday,
Iday'9, at 1:30 p.m.-at the Civic
Center."' '
MET: LOVE 4-,Erri'est Borg.'
nine, 'the' mait, who : played
Mart and won tin Oscar, plays,
his first lovi, sene pichires
with kitty, Jurado in the new
MGM release, "Theliedlandert,"
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t WASHINGTON OR) AFL-CIO
President George ,114eany predict
ed 'yesterd41 that unemployment
will t climb to a 17-year 'high ell
,"very close to six million", per persons
sons persons in June. He said the economy
is "in dangerous shape." I
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Meany told a Uews,conference
both Congress and the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration' were wrong in
their go-slow approach, toward
anti-recession proposals. Ile re renewed
newed renewed AFL-CIO t dem,inds for an
immediate six te eight billion dol dollar
lar dollar tax cut, and increased, jobless
benefit&
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Meanwhile; Rep'. Yohn W. tyrnes
01-WILY charged. that, a 'Demo 'Democratic
cratic 'Democratic plan Re-:unemployment' re relief.,
lief., relief., was so; loosely-drafted that
members 'of Congress who, retire
are deleatedlhis year would be
eligible t,e receive,,,benefits.
, , '
teld the Rules Com Committee
mittee Committee the Democratic:la would
produce the !,,Igreatest scandal the
country has ever seen In passing
out tax 'money" to jobless persons,
7gardless of neel- :
Democratic leaderi planned to
seek House- action this,. week on
their bill, which would authorize
jobiess benefits even for persons
not covered ty.the unemployment
insurance program. It was de designed
signed designed as a substitute for the ad.
mmistration's more modest pro proposals.:
posals.: proposals.:
- another development, David
J. McDonald, president of the
AFL-CIO Steelworkers' Union, re rejected
jected rejected Vice President Richard M.'
Nixon's. proposal for an anti.
recession steel wage-price freeze.
He said a pay freeze Would be
"as effective as tying an anchor
to a boat in order to make it go."
Meany discussed the econoiny
at a news conference 'after the
AFL-CIO general board warned in
a statement that the nation is
"threatened with depression"
because of inaction by Congress
and the administration.' ,'

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Tgey stred their equipment and
suppliet, which &lice charged
they got ,in a break-in at a house housetrailer.
trailer. housetrailer. and "took it easy" Until
it became too cold."' Then they
camped in abandoned houses in
the area until their families dis discovered
covered discovered them and urged them to
return Jo the Nally'.
The Navy put them on the tame
jobs again in tht) commissary.
,""We put on' our green smocks
tild sat down and ,took a smoke,"
said Bowman. "Jim looked at my
smoci'snd I, looked at his.s'ilre
smiled, -put et,it out cigarettes and,
took off, again:"
They arrived back here 'Thurs.,
day, night and' camped out on a
creek north of town. -,,,,
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Gatun: A patio sing Inc uding
all grades at 2;00 p.m., Thurs
day. May S.
South Margarita: Grades 1, 2.
and 3 in an operetta, "Wedding
of the Flowers9i.on Friday, M:y
16 at 9:30 a.m. in the patio.
North Margarita: Grades 4, 5
and 6 in a tableau, "Live with
Music" at 10:00 a.m. on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, May,7, in the gymnasium.
Kindergartens on Thursday, May
8, at 10:30 a.m. and 2:70 p.m. at
the kindergarten center.
Cristobal:. All grades,' in: the
school corridor,' at 10:30 a.m. on
Thursday, Mat 8. 1'

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'Eleven bablis were born at 'Co 'Coio
io 'Coio Solo Hospithl during the week
ending la midnight Weanesday, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital
report.' Dttring the same period,
78 patients' were admitted and
67 discharged.
' Babies were born to the follow-,
ing parents of United States citi citizenship:
zenship: citizenship: SP3 and Mrs. William
Lingg, of Colon, sin; Pfc. a n d
Mrs. Ramon Alvarado. of Colon,
daughter; Sp3 and Mrs. Joe B.
Eaves, of Coco Solito, daughter;
Sfc. and' Mrs. Albert Brown, of
Gulick Heights, son.
Babies were born to' the follow followinff
inff followinff parents of Panamanian nation.
City: Mr. and Mrs, Lorenzo Alva Alvarado,
rado, Alvarado, of Colon, daughter; Mr.
and MrS. Roy Waterman, of Co Colon,.
lon,. Colon,. son; Mr. and Mrs. Stan ey
Waterman, of Colon, daughter;
Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph ,Powell, of
Colon, daughter; Mr. and MrS.
Alman Jones, ol Rainbow City,
son; Mr; and Mrs. Arthur McFar McFarlane,
lane, McFarlane, of Rainbow City, -son; and
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Smith, of
Rainbow ,City,' daughter.
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SINGAPORE (UP) An un unidentified
identified unidentified Plane bombed two, Brit British
ish British oil tankers riding at anchor in
the east Borneo port of Balikpap Balikpapan
an Balikpapan yesterday. One wet hit and set
afire and the, crew abandoned
Singapore's naval Wireless sta station
tion station at Kral picked up an SOS
which said the tankers San
Flaviano and Daronia were at attacked
tacked attacked shortily after dawn. The
San Flaviano was bit'.
The SOS was relayed by an another
other another tanker, the Tromus., All
three are British registered.,, The
San- Flaviano is owned by
Eagle Oil and Shipping Company
of London. The other two belong
to the Shell Oil Co.
A Shell spokesman said the Dar Daronia
onia Daronia and San Flaviano had taken
crude oil from the Gulf of Borneo
and were unloading it when the at attack
tack attack came., ,
The San Flaviano was set ?ire
and, crewmen abandoned ship in
two boats. A ,pilot boat 'picked
them up. Bombs came close to the
baronia but did not hit it.
dispatchfrom London quoted
a foreign' oflice spokesman as say saying
ing saying a preliminary report had been
received and further information
was being awaited. An informed
source. was quoted, as saying di.
plomatic action VMS ',being ,
sidered:) , -1
The San Flaviano was reported
to lave an allaritish crew while
the crew ult the Daronia was re.
ported '- to be part- Chinese and
part British.
' BalikPaPita Is about 500, mileS
from the rebel ,0 held city of Men Menado.
ado. Menado. ,capital, of north Celebes,
where there Is a major airfield.
Alghpugh Borneo has no been in
volved in the civil war, Balikpap.
an was bombed by unidentified
aircraft ,,, believed to have been
rebel operated- last April 15.
Two or three planes were damag damaged
ed damaged on the ground by the raid.
Yesterday's raid Immediately put
Indonesian anti aircraft defenses
on the alert elsewhere.
Radio Medan said anti !Aircraft
practice was carried out in that
north Sumatran capital and the
commander of the Medan air
force base said ho was ready for
any attacks..,'However, there was
no Indication rebel planes were
anywhere within ranges of, Suma Sumatra.
tra. Sumatra. ,
1 "We were thinking aboui going
back to the mountain caves..and
we were thinking about, going
back to the NavV," said Cumble.
"We just couldn't make. up our
minds." k,
Police found f4ent thi& state
of indecidion and took them to
Both youtha agreed that per perhaps
haps perhaps they were better suited tor
the. outdoor life than for the Navy.
, "I always liked to get out in the
open. I never liked to be crowd crowded,"
ed," crowded," said Cumble&
'"I never done anyignrlike
that before. When' I get out of
the Navy I'd like to do, Some Something
thing Something like that again," said Bow

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ACTING GOV, HUGH M. ARNOLD shown pre lenting the National 'Safety Council Certificate
Of Merit to Sigurd E, Esser, Super Lendent' of Schools, who accepted the award, on behalf of
tbe- Division of Schools. Watching the Orem.) y are Henry L. Donovan, Civil Affairs Direc-
tor, center, and W. H. Smith, chief of .the Sat !!y Branch, far right.
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Britain'Silps Out
01 Mud For! liear
Aden- emelt me
ADEN (UP) British official
Robert, Somerset ( escaped today
from a d es er t' fort where 300
rebel tribesmen had besieged him
or more than 24 hours.
Somerset, political adviser An
the Assarir fort districtt, bad been
cut oZf with about 40 loyal na ive
virliers in the mud brick fort
eight miles be.ow the troubled
Aden-yemen 'border.,
g.,British ,p1 a ne and troope
rushed to the area Sunday to
keep the anti-British tribesmen
from claiming the 1,000 pound
($2,800) bounty their leaders re.
portedly' .offered fOr Somerset's
lire; ,''
The tribesmen, armed with rif rifles
les rifles and submachineguns, scat,
tered before the onslaught of
planes straling and hurling anti antipersonnel
personnel antipersonnel bombs. Reports reach reaching
ing reaching here said Somerset escaped,
Somerset -came here z,recently
as adviser to the Emir of Dhala,
one -of, 17 tiny sheikhdoms and
states that. form I Britain's west
Aden protectatm The Emir now
is a fugitiv6 in Yemen,
, In a second battle Sunday, reb rebel
el rebel tribesmen attacked toyal troops
near D hal a, One', government
guard was killed. "
Tension in the protectorate hls
been rising since British troops
started a hunt for two notorious
rebel agitators two weeks ago.
British' tr oops reported here
they have arrested Abdallah Bin
Ahmed Al radhli, director o' ed.'
ucation in radhli state 'and ,a
known associate of Mohammed
Ali Jifri Is 'one of the two
rhen being bunted. - 1
Other re por t 8 said Qahtan
Shaabi, agriculture minister in
the Lahej, Sultanate, alSO was ar arrested.
rested. arrested. Earlier it was reported he
had fed into Yemen..
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National Safety Council's-116.H
Certrilleate Presented To Esser

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Certglicat Presentea To Esse
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- The National Safety Council Cer.
tificate of ,Merit testifying to' 100
per cent participation by Canal
Zone schools in the National School
Safety Honor Roll was presented
yesterday by acting Gov, Hugh M.
Arnold to Sigurd E. Esser, sun.
erinteTtent of the Schools, who ac.
eep'ed the cove'ed award on be,
half of the Division of Schools.'
The ceremon took place in the
governor's office at Balboa Heights
in the presence of Henry, L. Done.
van, civil. affairs director; and.
W. It Smith, Chief ,of the Safety
Branch, ,
,It was the secohd suCcessive
year fot ,the Canal Zone Division
of Schools to be awarded this safe.,
tertificate.
, Evaluation of the schnol partici participation
pation participation in the Istitional School Safe.
DROWNS OUT MIKOTAN
- FRANKFURT, Germany (UP)
--A Yugoslav Airlines pilot Fri.
day drowned out the words. of So.,
viet first deputy pretnier Anastas
Mikoyan ovith a blast of sound
from his' twin.engino plane. The
unidentified pilot gunned his en.
gines just as' Mikoyan began
speaking into a microphone on
his arrival to sign a SovietWest
German trade pact. The noise
prevented the audience from
hearing Mikoyan until the plane
veered off to a runway for take
SIGN TRADE PACT 1.
LONDON (UP) Britain and
Japan signed a oneyear, ague..
!bent Friday providing for trade
totaling around 840 million dol..
lars, The agreement covers ex
changes between Britain and Ja Japan,
pan, Japan, and between Japan and. the
British ciilonies.

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water-safety; use of safety equip.
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school activities. and special safe.'
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