The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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' REAR GEORGE comandant; Fit teenth.
) Naval District, buys the first poppy front Miss Lynn O'Connell,
, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.' A. O'Connell of Balboa, starting,
- the 1958 American Legion' AuXiliary's p0PPy drive in the
teenth Naval District, Poppy drives are conducted anually for'
;disabled veterans by, units of the American' Legion Auxiliary.-
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The local drive..which started 'yesterday, will continue thrOughl
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The annual distribution of
The AnleriCan Legion Ind
Mrierican ,Legion Auxiliary's
--- memorial poppy began, yester
day f. 'throughout', the,, Canal
Zono: For, the next ten days
ladies ot the. Auxiliary. will! be
seen in various public places
-with their bright redpopples
They symbolize, the poppies
fought over in Flanders"- end
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''' is. our hope that every
resident of the Canal Zone will
wear these poppies as a 'me 'me.
. 'me. modal. to the hospitalized vet vet'
' vet' trans who' made them' and to
their 'comrades who did not re return,"
turn," return," $tated Department,pres Department,prestdent
tdent Department,prestdent Mary Eleanor pecker...
-,:,The history of the poPpy RS
ar-memorial : flower dates; back
to: 1920, 'when it was first
adopted by the: American Le Le.
. Le. glom The following year : the
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irriends and acquaintances. Of
,i4ge- E. P. Tatelman;: Cristo Cristo-
- Cristo- '' magistrate: who is., due to
are invited to attend, a
-ement party in his honor
P, held tonight at ,7 o'clock
',lie Police Range ixt Rancho
A buffet : 'dinner at $3 ."per
70n will be served.
party is being sponsored
7 CrLitot.,A Pollee and court
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adopted -, the flower at ', their
-first. annual convention, ,.
.At first '' thi,..popples Used
'were-. silk poppies made by the
French widows and 'orphans of
'World -War In. 1922 the first
popples made by,. hospitalized
American weterans were:Intro.
duced::',.:
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, The materials, used in these
Poppies are ; provided free of
charge by' the American Legion
Auxiliary. After ,,, the poppies
have been made in the- various
veteran's hospitals and reha rehabilitation
bilitation rehabilitation work rooms, the Aux
Mary purchases- them for their
annual memorial distribution,
With the idea of using the,
funds received from voluntary
Contributions for further re rehabilitation
habilitation rehabilitation work for the wet-,
erans and their families,
The Poppy bat been adopted
, is the meniorial flower of
Many 'coun,tries, among them
are. the United States, England,
France, 'Helgiurn and Holland.

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Pope Addresses-.
italialiVorkers
Lla Day Plarade

VATICAN CITY' CCP) Potae
Pim( XII told MBA workmen
Thursdap that Christian doctrine,
not materialistic atheism, was the
only basis for a social order with
guarantees of true fteedonh
The Pope spoke in a colorful
general audience in ,St.t Peter's
on, the third anniversary
of his proclamation of May Day
as the feast of St. Joseph the
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Two Canal: el7; 1,-,yes N.,,,e
discha .;ed., and seven others I
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have been evicted from Canal
quarters as-a result of .contra
band stctivities,tt waS anriounc-
ed today.. -..,,,. ,, ,,:z,-.!.,,, ,.,

This was the largest' number
of persons receiving punishMent
for the ,violation of 'purchase
privileges at one Out in many
,,
or the vioations ioncern ioncerned
ed ioncerned excess purchases of shoes;',
'Just 'live dart ago, ;Local
900, AFSCME, AFL-C10 issu issued
ed issued a' stern warning to' its
members to refrain from eon..
- trabanding. The union point44
ed out that abuse of eommis0
sar privileges would result
in severt penalties.
At that,time, a ,union spokes spokesman,:
man,: spokesman,: announced tthat 12 elms
ployes were scheduled to be fir fired
ed fired from the Canal or evicted.
from quarters for violation of
these privileges.

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However,' today' the Panama
Canal 'Company officially' an-i
nounced thattwo had been nr.
ed and seven others evicted.,
The tvio who were fired were
women, They wiU remain in
their quarters since they .are
married ',, women. living, with
their husbanfls in the Canal
Those who were evic4d will.
not lose their jobs.
The Calial said that all of
the Individuals affected Art
, the -personnel. actions were
'employes in retail' stores of
the ,Supply Division and all
' violations concerned the put putvhase
vhase putvhase of shoes. '
" The dismitisala from service
and evictions from Canal quar quarters
ters quarters resutted from an investiga investigation
tion investigation tonducted by Canal Zone
Custom DIVISiOn personnel of
shoe sales to employes in the
retail stores at Balboa, Paraiso,
and' Cristobal., The investiga investigation
tion investigation covered a 'period of several
months.-
, Customs Divisfon officials
said there was no evidence et
, a "contraLand ring" and that
the violations were generally
found to b Individual sc.
tions. In one case three em-,
ployes were involved.,
The es,'es reported included
two princ:ral forms of viola violations:
tions: violations: 1.xce,--Ive purchases in indicating
dicating indicating contriband activity;
and making purchases fc-r non nonprivileged
privileged nonprivileged persons., ,

Eoth of the individuals dis discharged
charged discharged from service were
womcn employes. One had pur purchased,
chased, purchased, cf shers with within
in within a Seven-month period, and
the other hsrl t-- :3 pairs
within thrce
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rANAMA, 11 WEDNESDAY,' -:A1:-..7 1958

, The manager of the Rio neat neater
er neater today said it was the lault of
the members of the New York
Philharmonic Orchestra' ,t h e tri
selves if they had to change clothes
on the sidewalk outside the theat theater,
er, theater, prior to the orchestra's debut
here Tuesday 'night,
R.-I. Ramirez, manager of the
Rio Abajo movie house said the
theater has four dressing,rooms,
which can accomodate at least 25
persons at a time.
lie added that groups .of itud itudents
ents itudents as numerous or of greater in
number than members of the Phil Philharmonic
harmonic Philharmonic hAve performed at the
Lio Theater 'and were able to take
advantage of the aecomodations
to change their' clothes in the tires.
sing rooms.
"Cn the hand, the most:.
clans (or The r 1:4:harmonic), who,
only used ono suit during tho
entire renformanco, could very
well have dress'ed at their be
Ramirez said.
"They were at the theater fot
rebelrsal during the day and were
well aware cf the available facili facilities,"
ties," facilities," he declared.
Ramirez' letter to Et Panima A America
merica America was one of three taking
eyee,-,finne to the rorort aht the
had tO On the
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RADO Panama 'Ilnlve tatty, studehts'ialst the Panama' flag beside 'the
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IWO JIMA ON 'TUE PRADO Panama Ilnlve rsity, students'ialse the Panama' fla
pole from which the' Stars and Stripes flies over Balboa circle.

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sa, ,directoe.of the Fine Arts De.
partment of the Panama govern government,
ment, government, bemoaned the fact that such
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a 'trivial" ,fi nd relative. unim unimportant
portant unimportant deti: 'had been g 411 pro prominence.
minence. prominence. t, 1 !A,-

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LeiNDON VP)rilme Minis.
ter-Harold Macmillan gave Pres.
ident;Elsenhower and his golf
game boost -.yesterday.
In the midst of a heated for.
eign affairs debate which cen.
((Ted about use of the II.bomb,
Mrs. Barbara Castle. a Laborite
backbencher, a,,,ked whether Mac.
millan carried a portable tadio
spt everywhere to rwltch Brest.
dent Eisenhower's constant radio
contact with the Sirategie- Air
Command.
Conservative Arthur lIarvey re rebuked
buked rebuked Mrs. Castle. Ile said Ivir
remarks constituted '"criticism- of
the head of state of a friendly
power."
Macmillan tirew law-liter with
the remark: "The only criticism
I heard of the, ewomit oontieman
(Eisenhower) was that the phiyetl
golf. I cannot myself count tivAl;
as a derogatory expression.' .,

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have been better, If the Span- 1
ish press had repelled conduc.:
tor Litenard' Bernstein's high 'opinion-
of- the concert and the
fact -that tickets Were complete.'
ly Sold out, despitet heir high

prices. A I"
, A third letter as from a music
lover'who regarded a United Press
dispatch and its publidation by El
Panama American an "tactless.1',
In 'his letter blaming tho
, sicians themsolves,,theater ma manager
nager manager Atamizrez also ,explained
that hekeys of the piano used
by Bernstein had not been polish
ed as reported, but had been
;covered with the insosticide
sprayed by the Department ,of
Public Health to rid the theat.,
or of mosquitoes. '
The factdhat the trunks' bear.
inq he musicians clothes were left
outside, where they were caught
in an afternbon downpour,,,twas
vlamed on the mepresario;
Ramirez said the theater Alas
plenty of room in 'itt cellar and
the trunks could have been stored
there if the impresarios had re.'
quested storage space for the
truks. , J.,'
As a re5nit of the trunks getting
I cau,lit in the rain, the musicians
played 101' the concert in sodden
evenin,g clohes,
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Places in which the flags were
planted included the Canal ,Zone
side of the, Foutth o y, the
Prado, the Thatcher Ferry and in
front of the Administration Build BuildThe
The BuildThe flag in front of the Adminis.
tration Building was planted by
group of live students- travelling
m an automobile.

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A THREE-SPAN ARCH TRU:3 CROCE has been selected as the type to.spati the Cani1,- according to an an anIlouncement
Ilouncement anIlouncement at Balboa-Heights. An architectural rendering of h6w the bridge' will look when completed (looking
7,1,,,',ward Balboa) is shown above. The type of bridge to be built' at Balboa,' crossing the Canal near the location of
:::?.,rhatcher Ferry, was recommended by the Sver'drup & Parcel Engineering Co., of St. Louis MO.', the firm which p're p're-
- p're- :pared the preliminary design and estimates for the bridge and its approaches. The board,of consultants whiclt held
:,its first meeting here last Month concurred in the recommendation, which Was approved by the Panama Canal
;:Company board of directors at its- quarterly meeting.
the 'selection of the type of bridge, a, centracte will b. aarded ,for t.lo .preparation'of ,de'sign plans:end
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The alignment of the bridge and its approaches is still under study,' bt a final determination Of this not
delay other preliminaries to actual construction now eche duled to begin about July of next year. ,
An exZensive core drilliyir program to determine su bsurface conditions for piers and other foundations is
mg initiated by Canal forces. ,
Preliminary design and estimates were prepared by the designing engineer firm for three types of bridges,
the other two being a three-span'cantilever bridge, ind a deingle-span'arch rib type:. The firm'recOmmencled the bne

In full view of the Building's as astonished
tonished astonished white-collar workers they
tried to plant Alma flag firmly in
the center at the grass circle by,
the main door.' ,"
The mast.of the student's flag
broke, but they managed to sticit
the stump into the tor. be.ore tak taking
ing taking 'off at speed...
t. The Canal Zone cop an duly at
tho Building walked over calm.,
ly, Opectfully folded the flag
end took it into,hia police booth.:
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In other 'places thi students plae 1
ed the- flags so Insecurely that
they fell to the ground. Ameri.
can observers, mihdful of the man
ner in which the Stars and Stripes
are never permitted to touch the
ground, commented that the old oldents
ents oldents did not seem to have much
patriotic resPect for 'their A. qwn

Students Union presi-lent
los Are Ilene Lennox, in a. ma,,
nifiesto to the people of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, eociared thai, statements by
congressmen and certain orga organizations
nizations organizations in the US hal, revelL
ed an intention. to establish- a
US cOlony or prolIclorate in the I
Zone.
said t'Ont.
ration Sovereignty" was intanded
to demonstrate tbe feeling of Pa.

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selected on the basis of lower construction costs and 'as being the most feasible frcm the standpoint of design and',
ease of construction. Ihe rep6rt also stated that the three-span arch truss type of bridge will aesthetically' well
proportioned and particularly. sus ited to the location selected. -

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Panamanian university students,', launching Opera:.
tion Sovereignty,1 claim' to have plcinted about 50 Pana Panaflags
flags Panaflags on,,the Canal Zone today.,
; The Studente Union issued a communique saying the 1
s,tudents were instructed pot to violate anr,Canal Zonct
traffic- rults,-not tn,enter military reservations', and' tri't,
respect the United States : '" :
The Communique described the raid as a sfmbolic
actoimed at reaffirming Panamanicm sovereignty ver;the
Canal Zone; and calling to national and internatinnal at-ij
' tention problems ,between Panama'. and the, US. concerdr
ing 1 :
None' Of ,'the 'students wai picked up by the Zone
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police. -,1 ,
'An official spokesman said the Panimanian foreign
office ,was "considering the' delicate situation" which the
students h-ad created.
Canal Zone officials hall ,no comment.,'
; ,Canal Zonians in geperal took the whole affair as'i
joke. '', .'..

namanian Students on favoe of a
fundamental revision of the, trea
ties between the US and Panama:
Such a revision would seek to' rea,
lize Panama's rights and demands.
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MOHE SCHOOLS, fewer Police
stations and a general salary in.
crease were, called ior yesterclay
by Nati Ma speakers at a Labor
Day rally held in Santa Aan Pi Pisa
sa Pisa yesterday.
' The rally was attended by pre.
sident Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
and Minister of Government and
justice Max Heurtematte who
stodd in a pouring rain to listen
to the speakers, which included
Jorge Turner; who spoko at the
President's representative.
Labor spahaers at the inee't.
ring also calri for the imme-li ale
solution of the unemployment
problem arid the construction of
-modern, low-cost houses for tir
working classes,

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: The atmointtrient of Carlos An,
ro as Panama's. Ambassador t
Great Britain has been officiar
agreed to hy the British goverl,
ment,
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Alfaro succeeds Dr. Roberto A
-ries,. who resitirerl the ot,1
month foliwoing the resiloal to?
brother, Dr, Cither:o
from, the Finance Itlinitry.

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tki, Mail les is an open forum for readers el The Panama Amortise
Letters Are received gratofolly cad are handled le a wholly confielemial
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient If doese't appear the
-nest day. Lettere are published in the tiler received.,
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. t,":.
;1 Identity et letter writers is held in strictest confidence
t This newspaper &swim's es responsibility foe statements or opkrions
eitpressed los letters from readers. ,

p011 V CLIA.LAto, ". wmao, .--
II ing judgment, One of the reasons for ,the split was that
h CIO union did not give snuch support to its members work works,
s, works, II ng for the Armed, Forces. The split is not harmful when It is
IleMembtred that the Co-ordinator and the International Repre Repre,sentative
,sentative Repre,sentative are one and the seine man, Each groupIs better able
alto erve the specialized needs of its own members when aperat aperati.
i. aperati. on separately. ' ; L.,:. ,, ,
tiiLocal 907 has a good actve membershiP, led bi, devoted (gn (gni
i (gni : e This union: is not tied up with ambitous politicians,. but,is
Nced to the goyernment on a consultation bits", Which Is .good
' :For, both sides. ,.- , ,',- ..: -...., -',,,, ,,,a,
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,, The demand for a review of the reeves case is not agiti agiti,tion4
,tion4 agiti,tion4 bItt a call for justice and fair play., Was it agitation when
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' tertain persons asked for tht parole of thrill killer Nathan Leo
pold? Was it agitation when other persons obtained freedom
lor the American traitor Ezra Pound, whose vile Fascist propa propa3
3 propa3 1 anda probably caused th,e death of thousands of his own coun coun,
, coun, 1 -., ,The person "Labor-Political Victim" labels as a friend of
7 tOyd and Johnny Arias had been trying tO get Greaves' sentence
' reduced long before Boyd became foreign minister. Greaves 'was
, wrong, very wrong. Rape is as 'bad as killing. But a 50-year
sentence for him and 10 years for others convicted of the same
, offense is also wrong. ', - y - ", ,,6 ,.. , ,,
t i ,,"1,abor-Political ViCtim" talks of lilywhite employment prac-,
.itices in Panama. What is he doing about It? Has he joined any
i Of the. organizations in which' he can'try to help himself,' such as
,- the, cooperatives and the unions? Haste thoUght of boycotting'
those places with a lilywhite labor policy? ',I ,
, ,' He is again in error when he says the ArderiCanS on the Zone,
are outgrowing their racial prejudices. Apparently he does not
work among them. They have yet to start being a little liberal
, and Christian-like. He should read some of the articles written
,,by these mental delinquents. They reek Of prejudice,' conceit
!Argil ignorance.. . 1 ,, , , '
11 I agree With him when he says that politica! agitation, by
1 the rich PanaManianS (who are mostly white, and close drink drink;
; drink; Ing buddies of the white Zonians) is detrimental to the common
people of PlinaMa. Right-thinking Alnee.C1118 should see that'
any actions they feel obliged to, take are to the' detriment of
Panama not the rich rether than the poor. Suggested first steP: I
'stop drinking with them.. , s' 1
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I 4 Those Zone workers who live in Panama are tot defenseless.1
:TIICY Cal still join the unions and cooperatives to help,- thetn. I
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i, THE TREATY, AND SO FORTH ,,
t, -Some of -the personal views expressed by "Labor-Political
,Nictim" Mail Boxo April 24) are, in My opinion, ,Wrongo .'-
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There i n9 record to prove whether one votes for thrs per per4011
4011 per4011 or that person, or in this case against President de la Guar Guar"dia.
"dia. Guar"dia. The reasons given by "Labor-Political Victim" in support
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oof his claim that Negro workers of the,Canal Zone voted, helvily
ktgainst de la Guardia are not satisfactory. 'n, ','.; nt,
:; At the time of the signing of the' treaty, all Pinatnanians,
, tregardiess, of color,' approved it,- The treaty.- if justly' complied
,Nvitth, would be of great beenfit to all Panainanian& ") ':
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At Certain beneficial sections of it have not yet been ratified
;; by the Congresvof the' United States. It seems unjust to the
toorer, PanaManianS that the sections whkli affect them ad adi
i adi ersely were rapidly applied, while the sections -designed to bene bene0
0 bene0 alt them remain unratified. To,assess the worth of the treaty,
tall sections should function effectively, '," w- ''':-' n' '
't The Administration is not blameles for the plight we poer poero
o poero
, tkor Panamanians find ourselves in. It has, tor example. permitted
1,,,,the unscrupulous raising of prices on everyday consumer goods. I
toWe find ourselves faced with higher prices, higher reYitSi higher
-import duties, income tax, and rig higher salaries... 0 ,- .1-, ,1 ,
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tit The Presidential election took place before Ave began tit feel
rtk he treaty's effects. n Most of us thought the treaty would be' an
;Instrument to rectify many Of our disadvantages. This therefore
toasts considerable doubt on "Labor-Political Victim's" contention
k
o ..hat PanaManianS on the Zone votell againSt Ernestito. ,', ,.
k I Remember also that the treaty was put forward tri the first
131sIce by the late President Remon, one of the most liberal presi presi1
1 presi1 k e ts Panalna has known, and well liked by the common people.:
! On the question of the split in the Zone's ,local-rate labor
, vement, one should find the motive behind 'ah event before
..,.... ot.s... 4..,4,,,,,,,,nt Am of the reasons for the split was that

its P81181118, has known, and well liked by the common people.:
On the question of the split in the Zone's ,locel-rate labor
vement, one should find the motive behiDd 'an event before
;sing judgment.- One of the reasons for the split was that
CIO union did not give much support to its members work
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FRIENDS
, 4 It is strange to note that when you are in some need of helP
: or assistance, that's when your friends are not there to giveliou
'it helping hand.... Although this is not- Jrne ev!ry ost
friends as a rule are sincere and always willing to give'theit
:retest advise; but not always does this apply to every friend.
,,Soinetimes they can go to the other extreme and be quite indif indifferSnt,
ferSnt, indifferSnt, and deceitful.. Those who are just mere acquaintances
;tatti be quite understanding." ", ,;
" "It is best not to rely or put too much trust in itny one person.
,'Witen you least realize it, they may say the wrong things or the
un ruth behind your back. The hest thing is to be, more self-reliant
and have self-confidence in onegelf, and in that way it will
v.avpid any occasion-of trouble or grief or even of &misunderstand &misunderstand!!ncin
!!ncin &misunderstand!!ncin any situation that may arise.
r A Teenet from Oleander Place
,.
0;1 '
' ;!". -,-, BEGGARS YOI.ING AND OLD
, ,
.s I thought children were. not' supposed to be roaming the
streets late at night in Panama." Try going to the 0.K, Amigo
lor a bite to eat after 10 p.m. Always the same little boys with
:di, newspaper under their arm going to' the:oars and begging peo peopie
pie peopie for money,, ,.,;7-;!,,A
'os It'll the smile around R113aturro grOceryOn 50th Street,,;' and
tround other 'grocery- stores. There's an elderly lady who, hat;
een begging in front of grocery stdres fOr years, 'and insulting
3)eople who do not hand out ,money to her as -they go in,and
tof
If these children have no parents ,to' feed them. -then' why
aren't they taken care of? :
v - able to SuPPort Everyone :
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,ftlE00.1Mm.m, ma.M.1110

, ,
"I FAREWELL -
.
:t Farewell to the charming people vie have' met,durinix these
,,past five months while visiting our son Dan Thomas Jr. and
q may of Curundu. We have enjoyed tha Mail B0x during our
;ktay here, and decided to use it to thankjhe many Triends we
have emt here. ,
, We have been entertrited royally bothrIn their 'homes and
,on many sightseeing trips through, this beautiful country. They
'will all be remembered whell we return to the States tomorrow.
, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Thomas Sr
.$ williamsport 'Pa
;

OfMIWN.,

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR ilESEL

Labor leaders are beginning to
punish their.friends. And theymay
,be rewarcung their enemies the
racketeers -- if what I heard last
Saturday finally becomes officiel
national pobck for the AFL-CIO.
I sacrificed a chly in the sun to
hear thunder hurled by Al Hayes,
chief of loabor's OWO police court,
at th McClellin Ch mmittee
Hayes' than-made lighting also
struck the avovted friends of la labor
bor labor who have pointed. out that
the rackets are so deep- in some
unions that there must be laws to
cope with this infiltration.
If what Mr: Hayes said becomes
national policyor at least offi officially
cially officially reflects the AFL-CIO's's E Ethical
thical Ethical Practices Committee !R !Rohr
ohr !Rohr wants tut law,, whether pro proposed
posed proposed by Senators John Kennedy.
William Knowland. Irving Ives or
John McClellan. And labor ap apParentiv
Parentiv apParentiv is willing to see the Senate
raeket.busting committee dis dismantled
mantled dismantled rather than have it come
up with new exposures which migh
ineite righteoua nubile indignation
and demands for new legislation
this year. n,
Brother Hayes, loader of 1,-,
000,000 machinist, aircraft and
missile workersmust have se serious
rious serious for he spoke it a' New Deal Dealish
ish Dealish gathering of the League For
Industrial Demecracvon whose
dais were Sentitors Herbert Leh Lehman,
man, Lehman, mod, Okk Neuberger, ex
Senator Frank. Graham Nolen
nehatian Douala end 'Norman
Thomas, among others. :
As Hayes spoke hi New 'York,
the object of his affection, the Mc McClellan.
Clellan. McClellan. Committee staff, was pre
pliring to go into one or two smal
ler unions and then fun out in a
national fight against the under
WPriti itself, :
For the concentration of the
Senote probors the mat of thi'year
will be on the gangsters themselv
Dern Pro the men who have not
only infiltrated unions, but have
se', un 'legitimate buainesses and
even business associations.
Of course, the Committee neonle
won't give you any specifics. But
front what 'poem' eut., there' wore
association In the garment Indus
tr3'. thoinke box field and in
some trucking area! int0 which tha
committee'probers have been look
ing for months.
,The Cbminittee staff, for exit-Intl
ple,,has determined that at least
11 of.the 68 delgates to the Nov,
14 national crimc convention in
Aoalaching, N.Y., are in the inst.
.

"Unel,s 41.0, atoi Tt.clteleerin'4
,
eodthe 'Abhor ',TanaYeovil
Ir ha limit,
qviction toyer labor reckete,rtiot on
the pert of emnloveret ,emoloves.
entoloyete ionrementsitive,.
Diego' ',ewe orohlbit interfereoce
1 with intersteto commerce by rob rob'
' rob' herr or roorflon., the-living of
eratuitiee, by emolovers 'to '.7,
Isw"c"mtatlyee or emillevee end .the
g9lie;t;" or, accenting, e snob
ev"toillot emolovee' repregont
the,12 montba ending
June 30:195, thero were 34 con.
ytenons for th'eee offAnees!'
"mil (0610. Al TT01'1511 MAY
be lrillincr the goose that slays the
golden yeggsi,

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I MAN ABOUT -TOWN
New Yorker and gollywoodites
Are Talking About: Vhe runaway
Federal Grand Jury on the Cong.
Adam Clayton Powell case, which
is planning to subpoena high Jus Justice
tice Justice Dept. officialsU.0m the At Attorney
torney Attorney General downover charg charges
es charges of an attempted The Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. Space Committe, ,Which has
been unable, to agrec.on. cow).
sel. A special meeting has been
unable to agree on a counsel. A
special meeting ha, been called
for May 6 to end the deadlock
between Sen. Lyndon Johnson and
Sen. Bridges. .An appointee to
the N. Y. State Crime Commis Commission
sion Commission who will ,' be embarrased
shortly when revelations about bis
own sissociation rvvith underwrld
figures' is broken. .jt Florence
Horn,;1(yotmg, beautiful and weal.
thy), mho pushed 1' Bill Daniels'
(brother of the Gov. of Texas)
into the Rubin's''private pool at
Palm Springs, Calit because he
?
wouldn't stop "stealmg", pinches.
They say it was the most hilari
ous light 'watching 'brother Dan Daniels
iels Daniels going clown Jail the way
down) wearing his boots and sad-,
dies and 'Buster Brown Bangs...

Dufacturing and distributive ends 1 Tho merry brawls Involving co coof
of coof the garment Industry inseveral lyumists, nowsmags, actors and
states .1 , clowns. It Inspired jv critic John
Obigctive of committee enunse Cresby's guipt 'Any day, now, 11
Bob rrmnedg will be to"ishow,tha expect., Nolen Hayssl lo,,,r take Is
some ,of the :"businesx" associ4o wing:illWonaohl.furLni.Pris,atinnow'74k.,,,'"
tions,in a score of states 'are either hut
controlled by ,nr, protected by the or,,, nAnothor Jima,' Another
mobs or that the gssociations use Place." In the MOVIO, she !ails, In
ith a man who it killed. ..
thugs to keero "'Labor fleece." This
means that they-use them against OVII sloe m g .,
lev.htis awurice Ch r akin with
legitima4,. uniong. the ,charm at the Waldorf.. Ho
Kennedy's staff in'Clri'r'go Was'nevor more oolitala. ..0no
which be freonontiv'tnersenl fly di
".1; of BOb Hopo's biggest hgwis ,at
tho Banshees .party for th, News,'
rected therebelieves it has evid. paper Publishers: You probably
ence of one restatirgnt ehgin losi,1 road that I had a lot of irouble
goons to enforie the labor condi condi091144
091144 condi091144 that thn Management had potting a visa to Kumla., I made
the big mistake of going to soo
decided on. This nuts flip othgr Eisenhowir Instead of Winchollstl
restanrants itt a competitive dis, .Biggost roar of the year. ...
advantage. .. ,, , K,, 1.....:, ,
, After the.Philadelphia story of
wayward unionlinances, democra. Bob Hope's comment about cri cricv
cv cricv by muscle and, at least one ticism in the Satevepost: "You
ighakedown magazine, the cnmmit. can'tafforcl to let criticism wor wortee
tee wortee win aii in soortg of witne,,eq ry you, Thet thicker your. callus callusfrom
from callusfrom other parts of the land., This es, the better. I've got calluses
will hir'menv vnitiwn0 ritig. The covering my body as big, as tin
detgile pre the Committee's') se secrets
crets secrets for DOW.' 4. pie plates.", In other words, Bot)
Lots of ,,,,,, is a man, not a cry-baby. Nobo.
legitmate'i,nions ani dy likes criticism, but every big bigbusinrismtn
businrismtn bigbusinrismtn ape pin, oushod time star learns hqw to accept it.
around, tho committee, believes., l ''''''''... '
Kim Novak,' who has a huge
'This appears to bo corroborated'
candelabra in her bedroom. Kim
by vont ether than otoo objective nlus candlelight equals wow. .
J. Ed.:14r H"ovee, Flit director, W rld Re Rewho
who Rewho has ma,te a civil libertarian United States News ,-, o
port's explanation: Atomic tests
forte of big homes p hig annual
r000rt for,1957, mr. Hoover vim are not going to ,be liven uP an3'
"As result of the time soon. 'Atomic weanons are
ed hearings of the' Senate Select.
widelv 1)1-Ibliciz ideal for defense of nations With
Committee on Imrornner -Activi. limited manpower., Conventional
weapons are Ideel for the pur purnes
nes purnes in the tabor Pr Management
PieIrig during the fical veer great. nosea ,of Russia-Red China, with
limitless manpower. Atninic wen wener
er wener publie attention hag been 'focus- nons today underlie ealety of U.
ed On OffengOR of0,11m4towl by re"- S. and' its allies.", See?, A
presedtatives of unions and ma- movie mag's essay in prake of
"""m"nt ' ' ii,star. which is hardly objectiVe
' "During the year bileged viola- reporting., Bvlined br the star's
nen', JO 'MP. 41001 V441'6000110 Pit- mother. .Evii Gabor's comment
tegorv rnorted to thg FPT fOr 1"- in Cosmopolitan: always buy
'''"olgotnn; increasicrfitiore lh'an my own diamonds,,n Hal r r
50 norcent., i t .----..',
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'Jack Posr; the ineratir In oc ocflout,
flout, ocflout, After .Docio Goodm heined
his show click he' sane, her prais praises:
es: praises: "She, is it ;gold milte.,,a trio triooure
oure triooure straight from the Intent."
Several 'months .later,,lie -publicly
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IT'S A HABIT --- For the second time In a year, residents of the RoOsevelt area of Dallas,
are being forced to evacuate their homes. The district lies a low bend of the Trinity River,
but these folks had ample warning to get some of their belongings out of the houses before
it was toe late. s3t, : , .,

reat White Flee

CIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
SPE
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
- To New :fork and Return $24000
, To Los Angeles and San' Francisco and s
Returning from Los' Angeles ... .. S270.00
To Seattle and Return 't S365.00
,

attacked hor with: "My mi.stako
was to lot her rise. Tho only thing
she cared about ,was fan anal'
and ,publicity not ,about Abe
show. Hmt. How ungracious can
you get? People appear to tor.
got that r a a r. is now b im
sued by Rosemary Ciooney's sis sister
ter sister Betty and her busoand '.Pupi
Campo tor alleged breacn of con contract
tract contract by an- oat who--.emoys
sults, except when they aro about
him. ,,,, .1t looks like they
soon change ills ,IsTonighr- show
title to "The Tunoout show." ..;
Sinatra's showwith Ethel Mer Merman;
man; Merman; ft was wag ),otrts,
Full of flash VW zing. .Tbe ru rumors
mors rumors that such tv titans as"Stu,-
dio .0ne". and "Climax" will $0011
be tsepahng- We trust se
untrumora. They, generally ,offer ,offered
ed ,offered superior dramatic efforts:,
The recorded album: "Mary Mar Mar'Flays."
'Flays." Mar'Flays." Rodgers' lovely vibrations
expertly wrapped in. velvet by
Mary, .The Desilu success At).
33' recorded in the Sabbath
Times. 41 DesiluluBing's Com Comment
ment Comment via imag: "I, guess
you can say I'm refiring., Not
that I wouldn't get back into, at,
tion if something great came up
and 'I eould grab it, but right
now, it doesn't look as if there
is anything." Translation: Ile won't
retire. '
Thi raves Poior.tp Del:Rio!s
tv- performance. Beautiful, 'youtN
full., talented. 'Incredibly,' she's,:p2.
.The mock- bullfight episode -, in
the "Marjorie Morningstar" mo movie.
vie. movie. A jollypalooza"."Eydit' clac clackety
kety clackety version of, "Toot Toot Toot Tootsie,
sie, Tootsie, Goodbye" Coronet's expose
abnut racehorse doping, wfitch
suits in'the-ideatlic of hundreds e1

GET D1EEL-ORDER.'t
INGLEWOOD:' Cali', (UP)
American MARC announced'
Tuesday receipt of a 2 million
dollar government contract for'
diesel engines.

The, defeat' of the .,Spanish','
,
Armada,- iny1588. which gave
England fredom.of the seas: 1.
'greatly stimulated Irade in
Icottom The old-time wool ih ih1i
1i ih1i tt dust ry in 1706 pushed' :
:through Parliament a for forbidding
bidding forbidding sale of' Cotton goods;
,imposing A ;ne is4 five pounds
for wearing cetton and '201
.pounds.for selling it,
OB Britannic Jr. kicyclopectla

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, thokoughbred every:year. ObiI ObiII
I ObiII ousth Stunt, veulue sie,uot yaw.
yugukucus.' ,Ctk011ot in
-ma, Liipounr''.6oco. -.aces., t' ac.
'es r Aruiver -.0assar
mg. ,19.yearoiu g'orster;
-wurLuti tuu is :,.su bion
waien ',taus' beuto
1 atilt ag..7 its ku.u.teuut twee saw;
4 -frou 'art uut
,
how you,. are'0111'.'

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I, The ...la tidos of upcoming
showS: "Ine 'i.9,notiA 4roiii tv do...,
s!LitriA ?' alit ,101.y.00,4 All pi i g it 1,-
WWII'''. :,.4ae :way. we in in., .), ey
'iocinde LvAuti,,,liky ,,....5,...L.,eb 4. La.
ences at, tile ', bieRtiera. buca
L.,e.,....6 .'''., Jane do.eit's ea eacoatiting
coatiting eacoatiting '',iiie ''Ab; LOUIS olues?
as i,de i iszals 'rcisisti ii, o o in.
istaily4 WatiniE across, tile pUptildr
,eibbit.:.:,. '4iii;a '...itagd Jobrui..,t' ilioYie--Nviica
utis II:Linen in 1Niew
lokii- 4.4k0 bilk iit -die idisgia ',IA
tite .oroddwoy, oilae, t,edi,fa. 4' -gam,
1,11-igt..:44111-144 OWiell- big Pluwn
scenic.ssnuess; ,o, tieorge a A eenteY a
naols,' lite .1..u:e4;' ,ao engrossing
biag ot stars wno are reeity
61411$1, ,t :,.. 4 .i.',J '. .' ',.., q '' ;-

Mam'aelle ::,eardaral latest,'
I 'Awe AeVer Alas
so awed- need aaoko so
i iVi., Lyous vet 'editor
ant, curator oi, trie iNieman t'oua.
nation at riarvara, stating( olte
Fess neeus ,,no,w,,,auu ioag has
neeued 'ITC, tov
crease ,tne 4mimics tit journal.
Ism. A few 'syndicated tolumnists
ina,, a 'couple' (4.: carloolust. now
proviue ,most dynamies of
Ame4cau journa r a e e.
nouga.- 'the giants of journalism
have never been Acre .recoroero
ot, -eveats.:- 'Thep. were s, soldiers
who lOugat te,:.,itape 4 event s.
'they ileret14 always right...But
tile): were never, t.
k''A 'Guinnest''' ivitio. Was t h e
,
Subject .or a, ;nag cover
- sun toning colyurnst Joe tit.,
ems: absolute rubbish. From
'the cover' piciare to' tile' story,' it
wain't 'me at' all, 'There are. ten,
fLteen or twenty' inaccuracies in
it. There is no trace of theitruth
await. ',they've even got my son's
name ana age wrong...Amazing
how WrOng a magazine with suca
a. reputation tor research ',, e a n
be.',! this reporter, wno has ire.;
quentl been a target, 'of ,-Time
mag's inaccuracies, snow how kr.,
GibilneS$ feels, r This Time.ki ling'
comment con itmip what we lave,
()leen reported, about that news.'
weekly. ,, ;
Aikinsas ,, Gazette loSing
some advertising., end circulation,
- resuit gallanay battling'
bigotry, The consequence of a
boycott by KKivlunatics. It would
be the ,ultimate in ,ironic tragedy
it free newspaPer. wa serious.
ly. hurt because it, fought tor
:reedoni. Subscribe to the Arkan,
sas Gazette .Barbara McNair's,
platter of, "He''i 'Got the Whole
World in His ilands." A, rousing
-spirittuP.L1,, half-dozen- shows
now struggling -to survive on
Broadway, They'll probably de.
Pert before the all-- cenditioning
season arrives.' ,,.1.,ana Terner
battlinV,,or" the custody ot 'her
daughter, There cannot be justice
without 'mercy-. And if -there,- is
mercyit must take a mother's
, heart-. into consideration.

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I t.
.
I WASHINGTON The p u b II c claim for $11,677. Fight promo-r
oesnd't realize it, but one of the .Nect Irish inaue a neat with Le,
great atomic acineve.ments of the government to, pay off a claim r I
world, this one accomp,ished by $3,430 for taxes tor Vol. ;
the United States, remains uncle& David O. Selznick, who biii-il ,
icated bicause ot peronal 3ea. the rights to produce the 1.1e 41,1
lousy. It is the Snippicgport at. Dwight D. Eisenhower, settled 'a
omic reattor neat Pittsourgh. tax claim of ,t36,102 for only $i,-
Senators and ,Corlressmen on 632less than two cents on t-,1
the Joint Congre,sionRI Aloric, dollar.
Committee. have been burnt up 4
,
over the administrations 1:i!nre Small I;usiness The Phila41.
to dedicate this project, which phia regional office of Inte7a1
some of thedi point out is a great. Revenue recently issued a di, ,v..
er achievement than Sputnik'. also tive to its tax collectors warlis
greater than the -Britisn atomic them to be tough on slow tax-y. ,'
reactor at Calder Hall 'dedicated ers. The order reads: --
by Queen Elizabeth. , , , -,,, .,,: ,.
Last December at Shippingoort, "Financial' statements or o','ier
PaYments and -in
for the first time in American evidence in 'the files indicated
'history, atomic energy was nar. that a nurnber of taxpayers could
neHssoewdevaenrd,, tphuet sthaipipnidnussprorriattreuasee. ma ke larger
some inStances payment in fall.
go Y collection Nofficers in wor,411q
tor has not 'yet been dedicated. These cases showed that'. t-41 a
When Senatera have inquired of convenience of the taxpams tali
the Whit,. House when President being given undue considero4Lin
Etois ouk pasttpaucnents agreements." i
word hat ,romft -back that be. 131 . ' ...
epnitht0swburerghWoiotIrd,ittee ibeelletnolo,ny.

b truth e"-idin'ardeectit iuwae'tea' ec it'a'elf"-fIrd'Rra:s;
itsoothbautsylk., e
nortici. by collection officers" and 'de
w:owrhdathams ack-ozt-hba.cskenta,!:tis 7s:,ores
phte in it tereinony et West Point clares ternly: "There r e. a
and has spent- 'various week. ends number of Instanc-es where Set.
at Augusta and Gettysburg. zure action seemed warrante4,
'NevertholeSs; -he has- pot .mq(le but no- eivdence was available:to
time available to -go to Pitts. show the reasons why such, 'c 'church
hurch 'church for a ceremony that svould tion. had not been taken," ,,, a
have great propaganda -vallie for, Collectors told this rollimn hat
the Drifted' States abnrad. "thousands" of smAil businea.
Congressman Carl Durham of men, squeezed by the recession,
Nor'h CArolina. chAirmAn of the have been nut out of businesi.hY
CongressionaLAtomic Committee. Internal Revenue because ,ther.
wrote a l',ttsr to Atlin., Lewis can't pay their taxes.
Strauss,- chairman of ,,the Atomic ,
Eoray rommission.,last Octobnr 'The Philadelphia '0Flice ki.ife
Asking that Diana be made for has draivn tin lengthy renort
riorticg,tion Pe sueres'Ad rncoAni on sales, -seiveres. and liens ley leytion
tion leytion of the work of Akdm. Hyman led against stici;ttnitent taxnayer0!
Pickover. the' man who deneloned Senator; who tried Id tte' -t h
the atomic subitarine., and also report. he'vever, were told it' wirs
trhelelne St ohnri nesnetei mrlon trot: JerwhA mi.: hwe0S ,allnue.s:. intedot it. oonlvoif idt inpstetrr siwb ualtt;iho:10,:livre Fri 1.1
gave otilr a casual Tenlyi -; Th's colomn hAs imerviwerr
hoov; toot- ;i111:4.0"10 in -tsri ed- to browbeat sthall taxpayera
ous newsnapers,' paying' tribute, behind in paymend.
, Senators say they don't -blame ,,Some colloctors were rudered14-.
Westinghonse for, olaying',up to PO OW at night and concinc-tIr au..
Strauss. westighouse di it good tomobilcs, but, refused to do ao
job of building the. te,e'rt- but on'4he grounds tbat owns
has to remain palsy with Strauss might miitake- them, for ,t cot
heOPU04 ottinv atomic contracts thinves And Ake shot at .ttrnor,
from the Ate4 - ,, Some Internal., 11,1venutl, rimer.
It was Rickover who first took tors have rn nivyl ."fli.'lay"
'he atomic submarine nlans to ters that if they don't keep ,-uts
Westinghouse anti workei with with a ebrtAin o4ota of tax ---,cot
them in developing ,it. The-, Ship- lection they will be fired 111A eo
ningnort, reactor. uses th,e,, same days.

It was Ricknver who first took
Ihe atomic' submarine Wens to
Westinghouse and worked wit h
them in developing. The, Ship,.
ningnort, reactor, uses th,e same
principle :as ,the.reactor, ueed
thn Neutibui. ,
One key, tothe clelatin
int reat'Ar may. be tIvn oar oarsonalities,,
sonalities,, oarsonalities,, Of, Strauss and flick.
vet, There has been bitter lealou lealousV
sV lealousV tOward Riekover by some old oldNne
Nne oldNne naval officers! ,and Strauss.
thouvb i reserve o4icer and pow
civilien -snmetimes seems- ...to
wear a lot vf gold on his sleeve.
, TAX BROWMEAT1NG,
-Fere is how Internal, Revenue
eollectors ere creckine enwn nn
small. taipeYers while let4ing.big
taxnayers Setkfor Fents'
on the dollar.;
, Texnayers wPbb, to.
owner of the New York Yankees,
recently. settled a $21,242 tax
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NEADLINES AND FOOTNDrES
- l'est Office.. Blacicmail Post
, master -, Genaral Summerfield-, is
trying: to ,blackmair Congressmen
into approving Abe nickel stmo
by announcing plans for the nets t
Post .offices that- will be 'built :
a postal ,increseeo is vote-1, Prism; ,,
release No. SO, for example,
lists communities in florius whicri
Can t vet "major expansionyof
ppostal
nouncement adds that the new
construction will ,denend ,1,14 s'
er Congress k
of: Stamps., This is probably t he
first time a Cabinoc, r
announced a prOgrtm that
wt,,Ifin't take place unless Cok
gress passed certain legislation.

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'as iiiineu in INiew ,has to remain palsy with Strauss might mistake- them -.for ,t cot ',
,thitiet ,.le miugie ,- th, hecati.,1 ,Te ottier atomic contracts! thieves anti otke .0 ,shot at ,,..gwor,
ollact t,e,st,i,d, ,-.,c,, from the 'Ate, , ,- ,, Some Internal., Ileventis, cnilae.
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',0 tieorge x leeuley a Ibe atomic submarine nians to ters that if they don't keep Aets
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n tne Niemen t'oun- Vet, There has been bitter ieelon. trYing'' to blackmail- Congressmen
7varct. stating( Plae sY toward Rickover 'by some old- into aPProving the nickel stailits ', --e
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,'THE DAUGHTER,randdanghter, and' great-granddaughter Capt: John D. Constantine were ',honor guests this week at'.
the latmching of a new PUMMEL Canal boarding launch which, was named in his honor.' The direct decendents of the ,Pan-,
' ama Canal's first pilot are shon above with Capt.1,Varner S., Rodimon; Marine ,Director; Capt. Charles S. Hutchings; Port
'Captain in Cristobal; and representatives' of the Panama She et Metal Company,- blinders of the launch. From left to. right
-'are'Alan Sellers and Helmer Simons, of the Sheet Metal tom PanY; Sande Schmitt, Mrs. Barbara Schmitt,and Mrs:Barbara)
, Miitchings, great-granddaughter,r granddaughter, and daughter srespectively of ,Captain Constantine; Rodimon
Jona picture was taken, lust as the U.S. Constantine was to be'dowered Into the water for the first time.,

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, Apri1.30 ing several matteis dealing with Delegates Unanimously
fijP)The Committee of Christian race relations ,-and there e r e ated Dr. James A. Millard Jr. 'of
Relations today reoommended 'in prospects a( ntajority, and minor., Austin, Tex., to succeed Dr.' E.
eifsplit report that the Southern ity reports on several of them.' C. Scott of Atlanta as st a t e d
Presbyterian Church continue a The racial issue reached the clerk of the' assembly.
strong stand against racial sgre: floor of' the general assembly Millard, acting ,dean 'of A.ustIn
, Monday but WAS ,softly shunted Theological Seminary, would sue.-
',The recommendation cants on aside with little 'debate.' ", reed Scott when Scott reaches kis
committee vote of 2142. A mi. The'Presbytery of Central'Mli.. 70th birthday after the 199 5gen.
nority report was to be present- sissippi Iprotested it the "ways eral assembly; at Atlanta., Scott
ed. Debate on the majority ge- and means"- the issue ,of racial has held the,post for the past 22
port had not begun.' -- segregation- have been 'presented, years. --
The report was presentd by to the church, by its various- a. t, Millard did not immediatelY In In,
, In, Rev. Dr. Fred Strati- otHick. gencies, dicate whether he' would accept
ery; N.C. It dealt' with dozeli The assenibly 'immedtately' ra the call to the assemblY's 1,Ufh.
tironosalg and- reoosts. : The sum offirt.g.ti it. ...fin.... est executive post,
it a

tillP)The Committee of-Chriatiati
Relations today recommended 'in
eicsplit report that the Southern
Presbyterian Church continue a
strong stand ,against racial segre segregation.
gation. segregation.
,'The recommendation minis on
a. committee vote of 2142. A mi.
nority report was to be present presented.
ed. presented. Debate on the majority ge geport
port geport had not begun.'
report ,was presentd by
, the Rev. Dr. Fred Strati' of:Hick of:Hickery;
ery; of:Hickery; N.C. It dealt with dozen'
proposali and reposts The sum
total of the committee's recom.

rnendations on these matters was
a strong stand agaiast racial fell.,
Ittatiou.4,0'.1
, The majority recommended
that the general'assernbly 4dopt
new report from the'councir of
Christian relations "that ,the
cent decision of the' Supreme
Court regarding- tegregation r in
4piblic schools ',be recognized
as,the law of the land and obey.
etrtas such unless, tt is changed
.hyGlegal and constitutional meth.-1
bds,"
The committee report was the
Calor item on the agenda of, the
Oat session of the assembly.
The committee has been study.

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"Master of Deceit", the story
if communism itt Americ,a and
' bow to fight it, heads the list of
bookS released' for circulation
this week t. by the Canal, ,Z.one
Library.
The authorls T. Edgar Ifoover,
,' director of the Federal Bureau of
" Thvestigation, His, book has been
described as powerful and inform
itive, "a first-hand account o
American communism 'from its
' beginning -to the present, written
a Man more intimately fain fainiar
iar fainiar with the complete story than
tny -other American." :
- 4.Hoover shows the day-to-day op operations
erations operations of the Communist PartY
St: the United Stares: who the com--
thunists are, what they elltiM,
WhP People,become communists
tnd why some break away..
siGther books placed in circulat circulatton
ton circulatton this week are:
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itionifiitioni Gladstone, Bat,
liscombel, ,Men and Power, 1917-
Beaverbrook; Brainpower
luest, Cooper Ilnion;.-Attorney for
e Dammed, Darrow:' Expectant
' Motherhood, Eastman; Nakod to
Mine Enemies, Fetguson; Russia
tevisted Fisher; And the Price
a is Right, Harriman; The Theologx
df Reinhold Niebuhr, Hofmann;
Masters of Deceit, Hoover; Amer Amer'
' Amer' roan Panorama, T,arrabee; Park Parkinson'S
inson'S Parkinson'S Law, Parkinson.
, fiction: An Eye for an Eye, 13ra 13ra.
. 13ra. (tett; Where is Mary Bostwick?,
s. Dpontston; The Rnots of Hesven,
Call:- The 'New England ,Storp,
' Pot:ph': Salvation Johnny, Scott;
' The Winthrop Woman, Seto::: The
Inlaterial Murder esse Jymons;
The Marriage, '.Williams; do
ton Tom, Wingate.
;Adeled sto tho Panama Collection:
VIP Tills- Book of the Panama
Markurt, '
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,pRoyEs souND SLEEPER
VENOA,;taly' (DP) Pietro
Tonello a farmer 'told polic'e yes yests4ay
ts4ay yests4ay he worked hard and slept
batd. In'fact, he complained,
someone stole his $800 life say..
,from under his- mattress
"--Whiletcrwas'-'streping7 ir his
bottse In the nearby -.village of
Casalvecchio. ,,

The assembly immediately' re. tne cau to tne assemow's
affirmed its confidence in its a. est executive post, ,,-
gencies and expressed the belief
that they will continue to "be bu 000Mothdral
faithful to the, standards of the I
shurch.", Fiom Norlh Kol
',Major ''clehate at',Montray's ses session
sion session flared over a proposal to Re'd Say'
water down the ,church's doctrine
'of predestination the church's '
,rnost basic identifying trait ", TOKYO (1111)Peiping
The proposal front the Brazos, announced yesterday that
(Texas) Presbytery wonld have Red Chinese soldiers bad
removed from the rhurch's' cm. withdrawn from' Communist
fession of faith the strongest Korea in ,the "ifrst phase"
statements on predestination. withdrawal operation. It la
R would not have removed the rest ,would be 'withdramit'
doctrine from the church's beliefs more stages. '10
but would have deleted some sec.. :
tions so strong as to ,he offensive was estimated in Fe
to some Presbyterians. there were' between SOOtOC
An expected lengthy debate' on 500,000' -Chinese soldiers in
various, proposals to rewrite the Korea., The Communists gi
Book of Church Order, did not' hint auto where the trool
materialize and the proposals gone, but, most Western elm
were acceoted readliy,,-, believed they' were bet
'' The revision ,made no major tioned just north of the
changes in church government River in Manchuria.
but it -had been feared that some From there they ould
delegates would read significant back into iNorth Korea on
changes IntoAhe 'wording and' of. notice. 't ;-"t,
fer opposition. - - 't --

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, TORY (UP)reiping radio
announced yesterday that 80,000
Red Chinese 'soldiers had been
withdrawn from' Communist North
Korea in ,the "ifrst phase" of a
withdrawal operation. It said the
rest ,would be 'withdrawn in two
more stages. ,
It was estimated in February
there were' between 300,000 and
500,000' -Chinese soldiers in North
Korea., The Communists gave no
hint auto where the troops had
gone, but, most Western observers
believed they' were being sta.
tioned just north of the: Yalu
River in Manchuria.
From there ,,, they ould rush
back ,into iblortb Korea on short
notice. 'f r.

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Dirty Domb-Pauling

'WASHINGTON (UP) --'rhe way
Linus Pau ling sees it ',the
"clean" H-bomb does man more
dirt than the "dirty't bomb. '
Atomic authorities' have put the
chief ,blame for, longterm radio.
active', contamination on ,fitronti.
um-90, a product of "dirty", fis fission
sion fission but not of "clean" fusion.,,
These Authmities stress that the
U.S. Pacific tests -starting this
week are -.designed to clean up
weapons by reducing their fission'
charges in proportion to' fusion.
But Pauling say, carbon 12,
created' by both kinds -cf. reaction
but in greater amounts by fusion,
is ."the worst culprit" among the
various radioactive ,preducts of
nuclear explosions.
"The danger' to the race over
5,000 to 10,0001ears, if the race
survives," he said, "le on the or.'
der sbf 200 limes as great from
carbon-14 ,as fronx strontium-90.'1,
It tests' were lo stop right flow,
the Nobel' Prize-winning' biochem biochemist
ist biochemist said, carbon-14 ;Ilene would
cause serious genetic defects ,in
about five million children in s a
period of 300 generations. In addi addition
tion addition there' would be 'hundreds of
thousands of cancer cases caused
by carbon-14, he
POLISH SHIP SAILS TO U.S.
GYDNIA, Poland (UP) --tie
Imotorship Okrzeja was en route
to the United States today as the
first Polish ship in nine years to
sail for a 'U.S. port on a regular
schedule., She carried a cargo of
Czech cara,crude iron and rolled,
steeL
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chain letters are illegal despite a
new savings bond gimmick de
signed to give them an "aura of
respectability."
A chain letter scheme involving
government bonds is sweeping
the country. It- is a variation of
Plans which have cropped up from
time to time in the past.
Postal authorities. who have la labelled
belled labelled chain letters a "lotteryt"
said .any person oaricipating m
the scheme is subject to criminal
orosecution. This holds whether
the letters solicit money, bonds or
anything else. of value. ,
The chain letter scheme in
which savings bonds are paqqed
from person to person ch?fer
from other plans, in that the fist
of names is not sent by mail but
is drculated by hand. However,
it is still illegal.
The savings bond version of the
chain letter works this way:
A new participant obtains the
list by giving a receipt for our..
Phase of a S25 savings bond to
the person suoplvhig the list.
, In the latter's presence the
purchaser is required .to, trail to
the nerson, at tbe ton of the list a
receipt for purchase of a second
PK saviors bond.
,Two conies of the list are then
made out. The first name is
efirninated ,and the name of the
nurchaser added. The numbAter
then endeavors to continue the
1 chain bv selling.the. list to ,two
others willing to comply with he.
saute condlions. ,,
Postmaster G e eral '' Arthur
Sfltomerfield eflid recently' that
while the postal service is direct.
ly concerned with the illettal, as.
fleets of such schemeS, it is also
!ansious to cPution neonle" that
theY can lose thPi'r money tf they
are lured into them.

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. QUICKLY:,FOUGIIT
Tour skin has millions et pores!
i'where germs bide. causing itch, pain.
peeling, acne, blackheads. ringworm.
etc. Ordinary remedies only give mo momentary
mentary momentary relief because they don't kill
' the germs that aro the real cause ot
so many skin troubles. Nixoderm
kills these germs and makes yotir skin
smoother. clearer. softer and more
attractive. Ask tor hilsoderm at yourk
drugstore today. and get rid ot the
real cause et ynur skin troubles.

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Scientists retommenti that yon -con.
trot roaches and ants the. modern
way 6...with Johnston's' 4NO-ROAVH
Brushed just 4whers you want it
(table legs, cabinets, -sills. asphalt
tile. ete.). The colorless coating kills
these pests. It's, effective fon menthe
sanitary. and easy ta Atm. 4,,
et. Sgt..; pint 1.60 at Sella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commis commissaries
saries commissaries 1 I

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TOYS : :
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, total ot tne comontLeca lvvou,' gencies and expressed the belief ' ., ' created' to, both kinds 'of. reaction' . - ... .- -- .... ... - -.....,,:; -"''9,4'4,,,,,i,,,-- fo-cirLif. .., . ,, ,,. ,,, ., ., .. .. , .. ; ..., .,.,., 1
rnendations on these matters was that they will, continue to "be 80 000Mothdran' but in greater amounts by fusion, r iiii
a strong stand against racial peg- faithfill to the, standards' of the I , is "the worst -culprit" among the ', L NOW
r, Regular :- Before ,,. ,' .
as av liKill '''' '''...'1.11.' '''' '''. '''''''' ; '''''''' '
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'' The majority, recommended
)" n,Majer debate lit'f,Monuay's sea.
.t' Fini Rrth Korea, nuclear explosions... .. , i ', r 325
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' f that the generattassettibly 'adopt Son flared over a' proposal to ReA'Ch. ' p 1. . L "The danger' to the race- over Rofches And
,. Ants ,, 8 pc., Plastic Luncheo Set 1. ,
. .....,, '415 ,. ..,,, 3.05 '' ,, 3.25
.; Cannister 4 pc., Set, nt .'. v ' ;......,...,.....15.65 ' 4.65 -,
, new report from the-council- of water down the ,church's doctrine Ina, 3ays 5,000 to 10,000-years, if the race , ,11111 1 ,',' Mahogany 8',;,t31, Door Wardrobe ,.,,....295.00 250.00 '0. . ; 175.06 :
': ' Christian relations "that ,the ,re. 'of' predestination, the church's , .2, -, ... .. r ''''.. survives," 'he said, "Is on the or. , ,', ... .,., r,- ...t. li .6
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cent' decision of the- Supreme most basic identifying trait. ,, .". ,' TOKYO. (UP):-Peiping radio der :lif 200,.times as great from Itcoirtistshretomndleng tbat you -con. ".
Electric Roasters. Capitol .. . f 6 6' ; 25.05 -'' 12.05 I .',,, ''' '.. 0.25
,, Baby Swing on Stand , ,.n.'-... ..... -...i'.., .,,;..1.,,;,111.50 .... ,-. ;,,,,,, 16.50 ,, ,,,,..... 9.251,
, (CI Ceurt regarding segregation r in' ;
',The proposal front.the Brazos, announced yesterday that 80 090 gaLhon-1-4 aS fronl strOntiurn,90.", caeca ja; al the' made!'" ,4 Fitt d metal ,Pionic Suitcaser....
I was- Mai. o nston 160-1t0A1 H. 4 e , ..',.'....-...- ,:;',"4-rty.-22.50,--, ,-'- 15.50' ...,,,....,. I, 11.50
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kTexas) Presbytery wopld ,' have Red 'Chinese 'withers bad been g tests were ,to stop right 11.,,,y, Brushed just where 7011 want it Electrie 'Waffle & 'Griddle. ; ; ........ i'.''.,' ...:: .t; 22.50 1 ,
,, ,,,, ; ,-,16.50i 14.25, :.
' '' 'as ,the law of the land and obey. removed from the church's cm. withdrawti from' Communist North the Nobel' Prize-winning' biochem. (table legs, cabinets, sills, &mind
tile, etc). The colorless coating Alu ino
kills M ni : Folding Chairs ' ' ' 0.50 ''., ,: n. ?' 7.25 4.' -,, , 025
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. SC lit such unless, tt is changed fession of faith the ; strongest Korea in ,the-: "ifrst phase" of a 1st said, carbon-14 ,, alOne would these pest& It's, effective for months. ' 5
, 6 pc., Mahobany Ivory & Blue Bedrooin' Suite .....145.00 -., 300.00 28 .00
' t byGlegal ,and constitutional math.,
; statements on predestination. withdrawal operation. It said the cause serious genetic defects in 'WWI. ant easy tells& ..: ; --- ,, 1.- , ' : ''. "i .' "'''. ' ' '' '.- "-.. ' t'" ''''' ''
, bd6." : ,, ,' ' It would not have removed the rest ,woule be 'withdravnl in two about five million children ins a s es. soi'l pint 1.60 'att Sifit'lr'ista-. '' '?4,A...,.. A, ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
' t The committee report was the doctrine from the church's beliefs 'More stages. ': ' '0. period of 300 generations. In addl. Supermarket, anti an local commix- te, tivitt44,e
, tiller item on the agenda of the
, u wou ave e e e some sec. r ,
b t Idh dltd , ,. , ' : ,.. '.. .',' .', tion there' would be 'hundreds of sallow a' ,;,1.,' "1, '. ., ''H" ., i ', t 11-,
, ' ffpal session of the assemblY- ... r''. tions so ,strong as.to be offensive At' vies estimated in February thousands of cancer eases caused ----,' i,,,
.? : 4 The committee has been study. to somePresbyterian's., '. there were' between 300.000 and !.:'Y carbon.14, he said.' , .. - ,, wo L 4, I ." -4, -.. 11,,,;' paaetternot. ''' ';',' r, i i- i ,,- w, : A .i: , '

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i ., new savings bond gimmick de -
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1 1 government bonds is sweeping ... ( 1,17.'s
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. $ -,,,, time to time in the past. ,, ,.,....,
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t.to '' 'IN
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anything else. of value. , "'"', ,,I-P-',7 - qi 4 t.
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, which savings bonds are paRsed
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, from other plans, in that the fist e ,,
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,' it Is still illegal. , ': 4" ..... ''''''''m,,,...4....t
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the person suoplving the list.
, In the latter's oresence the '' ,..' 1 ,.... ,.
purchaser Is required lo, mail to
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the vlerson, at the ton of the list a ft.-0..4'7 lir 1-4 ''':,. J.- 4
i 4 receipt for purchase of a second ' ' , '''' ',- , n '
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s. .,THE DAUGHTER, granddaughter, and' reat-granddaughter or Capt: John D, Constantine were ,honor guests this week at.. made out. The first name '. is ,,' .. '1 .1 :
' the launching of a new panama canal hoarding launch which, was named in his bonor.' Th direct decendents of the ,Pan eliminated ,and the name of the I , , , .
, ' ama Canal's first pilot are shovn above with capt-Warner S., Rodimon; Marine ,Director; CaPt. Charles S. Hutchings; Port nurchaser added. The nurchelter
then endeavors to continue the ''
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captain in cristobal; and representatives' of the Panama She et Metal ComPany,' bUilders of the launch. From left to right Il
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- -are'Aian sellers and Helmer Simons, of the Sheet Metal Com PanY; Sande Schmitt, Mrs. Barbara Schmitt,and Mrs: Birbarai chain bv selling.thg. list to ,two A. T
others willing to comply with) be. ; 7 -, ? ,; , ,-
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.- mutchings, great-granddaughter, r granddaughter, and daugbter s respectively of .,Captain Constantine; Rodimon andlivtchings.
. , same condlionn. '' '. ., ,,, ,, -. ''. s v- I .4 1,...,P-do ---1 t : :. .,,
' itsrhe picture was taken, just as the U.S. Constantine Wa3 to belowered into the water for the first time, ' ,,, J 1 k
, ' Postmaster G e i e r a I '' Arthur : 1 1-- ' 1"---.-,-.,,,,,, 4 ', .. L, , b
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, while the postal service is direct.
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; 'I'Southern-Prebysterian'-' ommittee Suggesh Clymn 11 Bomb Dant
,, ly concerned with the illettal, as. ' tiA
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. ,. I, ft 11 anxious to cPution neonie" that --

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DOLLAII DAY SPECIALS -,
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'' CHARLOTTE,--k.C. April 30 ing several matters dealing with Delegates ,' Unanimously tomid.
' fijP)The Committee of Christian race relations .-and there e r e ated. Dr. James A. Millard Jr. of
ASKINGTON (Up) The yay
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.,'''SHOWER CURTAIN -- ,
,Selations today reoommended 'in prospects of majority, and minor.. Austin, Tot. to succeed Dr.' E.
Linus Pauling sees it the
where germs bide, Citilling itch. Pain 'COOKING UTENSIL AND GADGETS:. ,.
,-'s to,split report that the Southern ity reports on several of them.' C. Scott of :Atlanta as a t,a t d
,, "clean" li.bomb does man more
dirt than the "dirty't bomb. ',, '1 Tour skin has n; Mons of pores
.QUICKLY FOUGIIT
, Presbyterian Church continue a The racial issue reached the clerk. of the assembly.
' strong stand against racial sgre; floor of' the general assemblY actin; ,dean of Aus
, Atomic authorities' have put the
sLoomuonagrnayiono:nrykoi.nrebiaoghoms. ringworm: f, , ,,, jr"
' ' I. '7 PC. SWEDISH ENGAGEMENT; SE D,
gation, - monday but was ,softly shunted Theological Seminary, would sue.
chief ,-blame for, longterm radio.
tinredonibealo
1, at th In 5 n active), contamination on ,atronti. montarg relief because they don't kW
',The recommendation cants on aside with little debate.' ceed Scott when Scott reaches his osnlyN , ',.DOILIES-6 TO SET -
committee vote of 21.12. A mi. The'Presbytery of Centre Mis. 70th birthday ter e ge um.90 a product of "dirty", fht. thoe germs that are the real cause ot INLAID STERLING ON CRYSTAL NOVELTIES
, eority report was to be present. sissiPPi 1Protested it the "ways eral assembly; at Atlanta., Scott
mon but not of "clean" fusion.' kill'.
illxvoedenir: t ,

, 4 ed, Debate on tne majority ge- LIU LUMUM issue "In ratuat MIS HMO 1,115 Vaal, 4,a These Authorities stress that the gl
segregation- have been presented, years. or. clearer. softer and MO
POrt had not begun.' ' ILT.S. Pacific tests -starting this attractive. Ask tor Nixederm at
rixtffirt WW1 nresent6d bv to the church. by its 'various- a- t. Millard did not immediatelY In.

1rre-a gencies, : dicate whether he' would accept "l sueb-uveagu7 Ta!' uP !ea' "us r,Mr akietroubb4.. r, pEe
weapons y reduc ng e fission't 4 , , r Q s 4
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. ory' N C It dealt with dozen the call to the assemblV's hivh.
The assembly immediately' re. charges in proportion to fusiond
, litopOsali and, repoots. The sum est xecutive post '7
affirmed ita confidoneo in ita a- e , But, Pauligr gars earbnn 12 It

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tpal session of th
,; The committee
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---.. -- -I ,k An expected lengthy debate' on 3013,0U(1' uninese soldiers in Norm
, ,- .' various, proposals to rewrite the Korea., The Communists gave no POLISH SHIP SAILS TO' 119. 1 I 4. ' 0 1. ,' ? 1 Irna- --' 7 Noi4""'filr'.". ''' '' .'''' ' ' ...- ' ; ' s
''.GYDNIA, Poland IJP) .......,rhe t .', - , ',.'
' '' Book of Church Order, did not- hint auto where the troops had ', ' ' ' ...' Regular Before ' NOW
' '' materialize and the proposal gone, but, most Western observers motorehiP Okrzeja was en route pi '. ...f. Upholstered Chilr . ....... ,......,.. .......... 125.00 75.00 ' 25.00,,
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- ..'. were accer)ted readily. -- believed they' were beitlgsta,. to the United States today as the '-,. .) 1 Drapery Fabrics ..,.., . .. ...'.. ...... .....' 2.75 ,, 135 .1.00
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T 'SPIP:1 (p ' '"The revision ,made no major tioned just north of the' Yalu first Polish ship in nine years to ,- 4. ,- : Cushions Covers .,,,.. t 12.50 4.95 - 2.50
- rk, i s fr changes in church government Itiver in Manchuria. -., Sail for a U.S. port on a regular ., -,t,' Lamps All Kinds ... ... . .... '121.50 '14.50 6.95
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' ; but, It-bad been ,fearedthat some From, ,'.'there t: hey "ould rush asnenule., ,cartlea a cargo q
, delegates', WOUld lead signifl cant back ,into ''cltOual13111;ue'eLl';;TO.:Fictuu'aut71Lr3;o111-cuaritli -;:').:;.'1:10'!:;-,,:. .90 !;: :-. .65,-,
-Ulf :; : changes :Intothe ?wording...and- of- 'n9tice, p:oldIng Bed with, ,Mattress ...,. 59.50 ', 4i.50 ": 39.50
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'COMMUniSM hi' Americ,a ...and 10 , ,.; : : ,
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- bow to fight it,' heads the list of 1 :
books released for circulation , ;::,f.., ,,,,, , i t
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'-, ibrary.. ,; , ,b Bet6re NONV
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TITA PANI7IA AN nr.:-...rzN:ENT DAILY rz-,-;:ri::1
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Hoc;:t:.! Tests! Prove That MEXANA'
MiaDICATED POWDER Actually Does.;.

, Malian& sootbes 'diaper rash
, use after every change prevents
this soinneatt Geode medication
tbecks irritating skin surface
bacteria. Pute comstatch base
absorbs moisture. dinp does to
, guard against chafe.
Until ELLIN
ACEDICATIO WAY POWD111
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and other signs of age. It smooths away dry skin. Replenishes ,
lost oils. Tightens slacic skin. This nourishing, natural'
lubricaut is absorbed inunediatelylli gets, beneatb,
surface of Ale skim ;la. suddenly your sldn kiOks young, alive,
lovelyovemly,ht..... at twenty 4.. at thirty at fottyl
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COLONEL AND MRS.,-L D. FARNSWOR'111 FETE
MAJOR GENERAL AND MRS. THOMAS L. HARROLD
Colonel and Mrs. L D., Farnsworth, Jr; wM entertain
at a dinner party in their quarters at Fort Amader thle
evening in honor of Major General Thomas L. Harrold, Com
mending General, U.S. Army Caribbean,.and Mrs. Harrold.
Other guests will Include staff officers and their ivives and
Mr. and dirs. Jerry James, cultural and information officer
of the Ameriacn Embusy in Panama.
, General and Mrs. Harrold will sail on the SS. Ancen
for the United States on May 3L '
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U. S: Ambassador ,
Loaves For Vacation -
The Ambassador of the United
States of America and Mrs. Ju ian
Fiske Harrington, left Wednesday
morning for a vacation in the U United
nited United States, England and Scot Scotland.
land. Scotland. They will be away about two
months. Inning the absence of the
Ambassador, the Counselor of the
Embassy, Mr. R. Austin Aicly, vial
act as Charge d'Affaires.

Former t Diablo Residents -,
Welcome Their- Third Son
Dr.. and Mrs. George Zimmer-man,
nowo f Iowa City, lowa,-have
announced the birth of their third
son, Jess Konrad Zimmernzan, on
April 16.
Stationed 'at Gorgas Hospital
Dr. Zimmerman returned to the
Medical staff of the University of
Iowa when be left the Zone.
His wife Vivian, whose poetry
hak appeared in the Poet's Com Comer
er Comer of The 'Panama American, and
in other publications,' recently bad
a one-act play produced at the U University
niversity University Theater. '
The Zimmermans and their two
sons lived in Diablo during most
of, their our of duty here-
,
Leave For Vacalon
in States
, Mrs. William H. Allen and her
daughter, Twinkles, of the 15th Na Naval
val Naval District are sailing tomorrow
on the United Fruit Ship Sizaola
for ;oos-Angeles, Calif. and will at.

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Your body dilute Mit exeess acids
.alid poisonous waste in your blood
through Mil 1110111 of tiny delicate tubes
or filters in the Iddneys. When germs
invade these delicate, tubes and irri irritete
tete irritete the bladder making you suffer
from the discon;forts resulting from
'these infections, then you feel old.-
tired, nervous and &ionises& Try,
Cystes and get effective relief from
these ailment. Cysts ,combats
germs. cleans out excess acids 1mm
aidacYS and bladder and soothes krt.
tated tissues,. Ask tor Cystes from
YeUr druggist today Ind goo bow
much better and happier yoU will feel
again. Clet,Cystex front Your druggist.
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rive in 'time to attend their daug11.1
ter, Betsy's, graduation from Bo Bonita
nita Bonita High ,School-: Mr. Allen will
join his family in mid-July and
they will visit variMis parts of the
United States- before returning to
Panalna in early September,

Atianticside Newcomers Club'
The Athinticside Newcomers Club
held their semi-ammal installation
luncheon at the Hotel Washing Washington.'
ton.' Washington.' After a short business meet meeting
ing meeting the president, Mrs. Harold L
Jones, -presented the gavel to the
new president, Mrs. Ben Duree.
Mrs. Duree then introduced the
new officers and committee chair chairmen.
men. chairmen. First vice-president,' r
Fulton Lesovosky, 2nd vice-president,
Mrs. Richard McClean, sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Mys. -Charles Perry, and
treasurer, Mrs.. John Bargstrom.
Committee chairmen introduced
were publicity, Mrs.. Lawrence
Clark, hospitahty; Mrs'. 'J ames
Frasier,. telephone,-,Mrs.. Anthony
Barsi and Mrs. William Garner,
end membership,,,Mrs. Lawrence
Members present were Mesdam Mesdames
es Mesdames Eugene Badger, Roy Barber,
Anthony Bard, Rudy Best, E.' J.
Berger, Sydney Chichester, Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence Clark, Van Crkhlield, Thom Thomas
as Thomas Dube; Ben Duree, James Fra Frazier,
zier, Frazier, John Ma, Willie Ingram,
Harold Joneso P'ulton Lesovsky,
George Magazin, Arthur May, Rich
ard, McClean, Ronald ,,Moore
Charles Perry, George Pulliam,
James Roane, Laverne S h r 0,
Ketmeth Shelley, John -,Slebert,
Ralph Stevens, John Tanne r,
Charles Williams, Raymond Wit.
son and Miss Andrea Rowell.,

Guests were Mesdames Frank
CUrrilin, Bainbridge Delve; Von
Freeman, Walter Goggans, James
Hull and Ray Smith.
Doctors Wives' ,Club
Elocts Officers '
New ,officers for tbe Doctors
Wives' Club were elected at the
morning coffee held Wednesday at,
the Fort Clayton Officers', Club--
- Louise' Edwards ,was electid
president, Joanne Arosemena ,was
elected vice-president, Diana Car Carter,
ter, Carter, secretary, and Mary Mgtberg
treasurer.: : :,
CZ toeh Women.
Elect Offialf11,- ;
'New officers 'er tie coming
year were,elected' Tuesday -afternoon
by the Canal Zone Branch 4if
the National League of American
Pen Women at their'. meeting
the Tivoli Guest House.
Pat Morgan. was elected pred.
dent. Other officers to serve with
her are Mrs. Edna' Howerth, vice vicepresident;
president; vicepresident; Betty Bentz, treasnrer;
Pat Markun,' recording secretary;
Dorothy-Thornton, corresponding
secretary, Ruth Elich, Little Gal Gallery
lery Gallery ,Chairman,', and Muriel de
Young retiring president as State
.

President.
A luncheon in honor of the out outgoing
going outgoing o Leers and to install the
new slate will be held at the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli on May 17 at 12:30 p.m.
Announce Engagement ,
Mr- and Mrs. Harold K. Blesser
of Albany, N. Y. have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Joan A. Messer, to Lt. Don Donald
ald Donald S. Tribe, 6011 of Donald Tribe
of Diablo and Mrs. ,Blarguerite
'rribe of Balboa.
Miss' Messer is a graduate of Al Albany
bany Albany High School and the Mildred
Kiley secretarial school and is
employed by the U. S. Gypsum Co.
in Albany. Lt. Tribe is a graduate
of Balboa High School and the U United
nited United States Military Academ31.
class of '57. He is attending the Air
bourne School at Fort Benning, Ga.
The couple will be married on
May 17 Following a wedding trip
in Canada, the United States, and
' Panama they plan to go to Germs.
ny where Lt. 'rribe will be station stationed.
ed. stationed.

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"INSTITUT() BALBOA"

.N.i4;itiT,$C1190LFOR.A-pulIT

PROMEMIMMil

;-Orfers you a wonderful opportunit:
SPANISH classes exclusively for native,
, ,' Speakers of English,
r Experienced teacherMichigan Method. ;
',for t better infortsnation"Carloi : A. Mendoza
Schoilr'Sulkling 45, 12th St West-ft.om 7 to 10 p.m;
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(,CONTINUR ON !AG; nye:,

CHICAGO Ad lai.E.-Steven'.
son predicting the present reces recession
sion recession soon will level off and why
)1e is against a tax:cut:
' "A tax cut now would only fur.
ther inflations which just as
dangerous as the deflation about
to take place;
,
; HOLLYWOOD Des' Arnaz
livhen asked if Ma wife Lucille
Ball would. appear in aim of the
weekly Westinghouse Desilu Play. i
house productions scheduled ; for
the fall: :
,"This girl likes- to Work, She
might stick her nose in once ,b
a :
WASHINGTON -- Walter Reuth.
er; Auto Workers Union president,
on ear prices: -
lone company could have. cut
pricer of cars and still made a
sizable return on its investmentm"

Arm,Se4s
Oa Excess Property
Located At Coroa
'Iniritationa to bid '011: $2 itenis
Of foreign excess persral -, pro.
Perty havebeen issue by, the
US 'Army. Caribbean pmperty dia.
posat officer. Bids' will be. open.
td the bid room' in ,'building
708,'Corozal., at 9:30 Olt,. on June
IIte 'propittr, which has been
determined to be ,no lenger'need.
ed by the US government, is' lo located
cated located it building 313, Corozal. It
may be inspected. between t b e
hours of',:30 to'1,110' a.m.
end I p.m. tO 3:30 p.m. on week.
days, except holidaya; pair-4 h e
moming,,Of th sale b3r lontect lontectin
in lontectin the 'property disposal ,officer
at telephone 85.4149:
In addition to' many lots' of nits.
cellaneous items of equipment,
five took sets and two engines
are being offered for sale;

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When you are in a crowd jam jammed
med jammed closely together don't light
a cigaret. There is too much
chance that you will brush the
lighted end against someone. And
even if you don't the smoke is
likely to bi annoying to someone
close to you.
Watch that nervous habit that
compels you to light a $ n garet
when good manners demand that
you don't

' Each notice for Inclusion In this
solume should be submitted
tvae-uritten terns and mailed so
, &sloe number listed dells la la"
, (lel end Othersins'. or delivered
bs knit tit the Once. Notices et,
meetings cannot be accepted Of
telephone.
Local 900 AFSCMIC'
AFL-CIO
Local 900, AFSCME, AFL-C10
will meet tbnight at thi, Santa
Cruz' Clubhouse at 'Gamboa.
; r 4 :
All -Star Circle '
r The All Star CirOle will hold their
regular monthly meeting Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the Scottish Rite Temple. A,
Covered dish luncheon willbe serv
ed promptly at ,
Canal Zona ,
Aquarium Society
The Canal 'Zone Aquarlim So Society
ciety Society will bold its regular monthly
meeting at 7:30 p.m. next Wednes.
day evenlfig at Quarters 4054,
Clayton. As this will be the last
regular meeting held until Septem September
ber September all members and Interested
persons' are urged to attend.
Nell' A. boherty. 'present a
short talk on collecting unusual
tropical fish in local waters.

Membership in the organization
devotsd to the hobby of collecting
and, raising of tropical fish, is o open
pen open ta any United States citizen
employe or dependents of an ern.
ploye of the,Canal Zone Govern.
ment, and to Jnembers or the U.
nited States Armed Forces or their
dependents in thie area4 ; 4
Information regarding the So.
tidy may, be obtained by tailing
Neil A. Dohertyp Balboa, 2'..3450, or
by, writing to the Canal Zone A.
quarilIPI,SoPleth Ix 997.,IIelboa,

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ROY111 Pi Chaptoro OES
..The .Royal Palm Chaptero OES
is sponsonnua Maytime dance on
Saturday evening from 9, until 1
at the Cristobal Skyroom, Music
wiU be furnished by Ivan Thorpe

Japanee Mciy Sn.c
British fr' Dciniogc
To Ttnio

TOKYO (1:11') A stokesman
for the Yaezu Irishennen's Asso Association
ciation Association said today it marine the
British government for damages
arising from alleged -nuclear-test
damage to the Christmas Island
tuna-fishing grounds..
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"It will be a matterof our ex.
istence if,- because of- the ,British
nuclear tests, we are' forced to
seek other fishing grounds,11- the
spokesman said. ,
"If, as the British claim, it was
a 'clean' H-bomb, why,,didn't they
conduct their ,tests near England
instead of in the Pacific fishing
grounds?"

and his orchestra. 'rickets' are ay.
&liable at $1.50 per person.,
Soreptimistic Club ,
Will Elect Officers !'
,The monthly luncheon meiting
of the Soroptomist Club will be
beld tomorrow at 12:30 at El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton, 'Since the meeting is
for the purpose of electing officers
guests have not been invited.

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UNITARIAN CENTER
" Anton',"
l'here- will,be no Stmday sandlot
or cnurch sarVites at Me Umta,.".
nen uemer m Ancon ,151116Jv
day,' according an annowice.,
meut' by J01111 Morales, presto(
dent. of the society,
.In accoruance.with the societ'sm,
practice of visit,ing other 'ciiimIL;
es in order to understand differP,'i
ent faiths, interested members
visiting the 'Link Church in,Giit;n1
un this Sunday. Service at 11
clock will be conducted
minister,' 'the 'Rev.- R.2 M. Blake,.
ly who will speak nu ',"Splri.tual
Evoltition."
,chtweb, service met&
bers Sad their families will pt.
to Yort Saw Lorenzo for ',a :ben.,
lunch picnic. ." ".
The voup will leave from ,2924
Ancon ,Blvd. at 9:10 'a.m. AnYone!
desiring transportation or willing 1,
to provide transportation is asked''
to contact Merales. at Balboa.
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Albrook Officers' Club recently are C. ) J. O'Brien, Oswald
Heilbronn and Frank Cain.--(U.S,, Amy l'hote) 1

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Local 900 AFSCME Ilahlatt grounds'!" the ,In accoraanee with the societfar',
sspoeekke6smthaern said. -- '" ;-, i 1, ti of 1 1 th
, i,--rilrs John Baristrom. 1,,7 ' ' "' '-'' '" ' ' ' tient of-the soctity,T.'-'7--; 5-'-.7,-,!
'. nuclear tests, we are- torcea to
1ese b Medical staff of the University of tie-a-iuie.
'4, 14 00'''''''''. Iowa when be left the Zone. Committee chiirmen introduced 1, ; -: "'' )------1, .,- --,' ..
Adlai -E.-.Steven- rAacal 900 AFSCME AFL-CIO
AFL-CIO ...., 7 ., i 4 ' .,, ,,. ,,,,,,,.,, , -,... , Pnc ce v s ting o er 'church,:
were publicity) Mrs.. Lawrence f CHICAGO
1 1414P to His wife Vivian, whose poetry
Clark, hospitality; Mrsvil a m e s - , es ht order to understand differ14
son predictmg the present reces- tem meet tbnight at the, Banta
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er of he 'Panama American, and P . G sion soon will level off and why crua clubhouse et 'Gamboa,
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' "If as the British claim it 'was
. in other publications,' recently bad be Is against a tax 'eut: ; ; ,; , ,----,!-. 4 ,, conduct ,their ,tests near England visiting the ,Untbn ,Churelt,in,Gatr4
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''' nt,..,,ber hi! -.,Mrs Lawren, . All Star Circle ' ' iristead of in the Pacific fishing un this Sunday. Service et 11 0,3
,, -- a one-act play produced at the U. nu! mal 1 - uu :', ,'A tax cut now would only fur.
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. niversity Theater. : 1 ..rP.,,. , . ,,,,, ),,, ,,,' : ther inflation, which Is just as r The All Star Cirele will hold their grounds?" ,, clock onll be conducted y the.;
- The Zimmermarts and their two -- '''''"'" '''' '' dangerous as the deflation about regular monthly meeting Wednes- ---
: saemners present were Mesdam. minister,' 'the 'Rev. R. M. Blake.-
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( : day at the Scottish Rite Temple. 4
, ,, sons lived in Diablo during mt
es zugene Ba,dger, Roy Barber ,, ,, and is ore 8
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I it ' ,. .. , ,, Anthony Barsi, Rudy Best, E.' J.
' ' of their our of dtdy here.
' HOLUirtVOOD -.'; 'Deal Arnaz tl t 12'30 tillable at 51.50 per person., v , ;
If he tra 'rickets' are ay. 17, who will sPeak,,,n1Y,"Spiritual '
ed promP 7 a , : Following ,ehtweb, service metn ,,
tCladrtm donetery with New Jolmson & Jolmson First Aid Cr
earn ' ' -;, -, t Berger, Sydney Chichester, Lawr. ;
L For Vacaion
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4' ''' ''' '' ''' -' :4,", Jo In States , l as Dube; Ben Duree, James Irra- B 11 uid a ear In ants of the Canal Zone. ' 1 i I ti GI b '- l. t.'" h
when asked if his 'wife Lucille i ,...
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". 1 NOW a new antiseptic that,3- , Mrs.' William H. Allen and her
' , daughter, Twinkles, of the 15th Na- zier, John Nike, Willie Ingram, ' ' .' erePt m s s u .: ,, , to Fort San Lorenzo foe a box., ,..
weekly Westingbouse,Desilli PlaY Aquarium goelerY Will Elect Officers : lunch nit , .. Y,"4 "la
house.. productions scheduled for The Canal 'Zone Aquarium
Harold Joneso Fulton tesovskY, The voup will leave from ,2524
, ; ,.1,, t ' val District are sailing tomorrow G M zi Arthur Mav Rich the fall; : ' 't ,, .,, ciety will bold its regular monthly
eorge aga n 'of the Soroptomist Club will be
Sn ,The monthly luncheon meiting
Aneon ,Blvd. at 9:10 a.m. AnYone ,
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g ts' ec on wi ou s in ing
i on the United Fruit Ship Sixaola
' for Los'Angeles, Calif. and will sr. ard, reClean, 'Ronald,: M-o o' held tomorrow at 12:30 at El ra- desiring transportation or wining 1
meeting at 7:30 p.m. next Wednes.
p ni r might' stick her noes .in once ,11 day evenlfig at Quarters 405-A, Ft.
; l'; ''' ca. , Char es Perry, George u am,
e 0111111 girl likes :to work, she
name Mtn, 'since the meeting is to provide transportation Is asked-''
' a while- - Clayton. As this will be the last
, James Roane, Laverne S h a r 0, ,, ', .. ' for the purpose ol,electing officers to contact Morales. at B a lb e a,, ;
L.- ' Kenneth Shelley John -,Siebert, '''' ul tin h Id t
' reg ar mee g e tm il Septem- guests have not been Invited. '',- um ," --- 1
; ;', ' ,No obit anusepticnot even lodine--ls so'effective, -". ' .. t WASMNGTON --- Walter Reuth- ber all members and Interested , ,,,,, ; .1 , ,,,,), ,, i
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y Hull and Ray Smith. '' ' A mii'Se' e i Bidgi Membership in the organization !, lt..- (,, ' ,, ' , I '' ,
100d 4 , 1 I r- devoted to the hobby of collecting , -, : ', ' , ,,ci, '4 : L . )
, tr . ,, !0 ..., through millionli of tiny delicate tubes '' '''''.----1' ' '
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' .11111C0100 mama bain Cream Cools, Helps Heal -Painful Sunburn lAnd Thev will be WRY about two' I class of .57. He is attenaing tne Air w I 11.11.111i 1111t1311 I Vi ioimilalutil Li AP

I ',,, ' ' ....... -m--on-thi Duting the abence of the Atianticskie Newcomers luir bourne School at Fort Benning, Ga. 1 kJ 11 XI I 111111) ,, ,, -, (y Nuke Lt. 0-
' ' ' -.' ' ' . Ambassador, the Counselor of the The AtLinticside Newcomers Club The couple will be married on 4-
t held their semi.ammal installation may IT. To Tuna Fishing. ----- 'J116' :
Following a wedding trip
Embassy, Mr. R. Austin A; ly, will
luncheon at the Hotel Washint. ,,,,
in Canada, the United States, and s. t ,, TOKI. tO (UP) A' stokesman 1;14;TAI it''.--.-"Ixti ct'Ingt ,I.:;"' k i
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Former. Diablo Residents
, Welcome Their- Third Son
Dr.. and Mrs. George Zimmer. ing the president, Mrs. Harold L
Jones, -presented the gavel to the Panama they plan to o to Germ.i.
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new president, Mrs. Ben Duree. ,
th,, er,e, Lt. Tribe wit be. st.ation. ', 11 h l' f i 1 i
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soluaota asetkeeelid erikenesuusbmettleNdt-hleb Beiraittiisnh sgaoidvet4drnmaLtit fmoratdall4matilgees ..'''' s .., ' ' '' '''''' ' I
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Welcome Their- Third Son
Dr and Mrs. George Zimmet-rones,-presentea gavel meled. 1
new president, Mrs. Ben Duree. Wilma should le submitted le British government for damageS
MPli Mira& fitgisa intreitillomi Atha taain dialui Eh A P 1111Lint tvat-written term and mailed so arising from alleged'nuclear,test

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son, Jess Konrad men. First vice-president,' mrs, , WI Ind lqthenvisei of delivered tunazsmng grounas- or cturch sarVites at tne Unita:
' I WW1, .t7 A Fulton) Lesovosky, 2nd viee-prosi. di
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flay,' according all annoimce.,
, Anoilt Stationed 'at Gorges Hospital dent, Mrs. Richard McClean,-sec. uote unquote meetings Gannet be accepted It will be a matterof our ex.
, A) A A h. reterv, Mrs. Charles Perm and telephone. : lstence if,- because ofitbit ,BrItish ment'bv Jonn K! Mor 1
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2 tic Ocean Thursday in ,an appar appar-
- appar- ently successful test.
, No announcement was expected
whI,ther the Air Force missile
; "k1..'ed'o the B17 drone plane.
- 47-foot. 15,000 ,)ound Bo Bomare
mare Bomare rose from its launching
,
pad7shot,tly before noim leveled
off:after climbing thousands of
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the Atlantic.
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- The,. missile is powered by a
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takeoff with ,twin ram-ict engines
, cutting in when it reaches the
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' III 'the 'past, Bomarcs,- traveling
at -4upersonic speeds; have inter inter'
' inter' tented drone planes 'more than
-100,eniles out st sea. The surfaceto-alr
missile'has a range of 150
' to-1300 miles:
, Last week the Air -Force an,
' roueeed that an advanced version
- oftlie Bomarc,- soon would' be
. tested at Cane Canaveral. The
PeW Bomarc will hive a solid
fitet hnoater and a range exceed exceedInit"400
Init"400 exceedInit"400 miles.
- -- The -.Army,' meanwhile. was 1
prenaring to launch another tatPt
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, The Jupiter,. which was expected
triothree ,checIrJuns fot .11 ,poxek.
or two before being launched.
probably will -be used itt a nose
tone- re-entry: test.
Profficiel 'reports said an at attempt
tempt attempt would be made to recover.
theonse cone, ofthe 1500 mile
range misaile from the Atiantio
Oeean so .that' the effett of re re,
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atualed '
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come the mist appetizing, smooth-textured
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al gra2,'nart-,-,ts are and Mrs.
1L,,.kanen 9f ParisiMaine.
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Orchid Chapter,OES
Deer Prize Winner
Richard Allen of Panama City,
holder of ticket No. 911, was the
winner of the silver toffee and
tea' service, given as a door prize
at the Charity Fall sponsored by
Orchid Chapter, No. 1,0.E.S.Iast
Saturday evening. :s'

As' you all know the Junior-Sen.
ior banquet was held this past
Friday, night the Army-Navy.
Club. It was quite an affair and
the kids really did dress up nice
for it.
, The guests (tis) gathered in the
patio of the Officers' Club a few
minutes lebore 7 p.m. end every everyone
one everyone ciictilated and chatted until it
was time to ,go in, The Majority
of Atte. fellows Wore suits even
though a few itpkes mere in evid evidence.
ence. evidence. 1 ,
, All in all the boys really looked
and acted very well" considering
that thev a beys; and boys will
be boys!.
The style of the eve,nitig as far
as the girls' fashions were -eon..
cerned, displayed that Sheath
dresses are still the most fashion fashionable
able fashionable and most popular thing to
wear- to an affair such as that.
Some of the girls' even' wore
chemises oy shall I explain furth further,
er, further, in words that von mioht be
ttior'e with.,sacit dresses. I, for
one, dared' to. wear one at eur
banquet,
Some of the girls sported gloves,
while others had. little, purses
made .to match the material of
the dresses, Even pylons were
decorated with little elismond.like
affairs around tbe ankle tO OD ODfloor
floor ODfloor to form. au anklet., Vete ef,
1 fectiver. too- , : '
oydered the ban ban'wet
'wet ban'wet hall is indefinite to my know knowledge,
ledge, knowledge, However, as each 'person
sat at his designated table, music
was played over PA syst4m.
The prophecy and last svill and
testament ',were most ,,', clveriv
written. For those svtio do not
4now what these were, they were
11-sOecial little ',stroll type naive
printed with all the senior of 1958
61.4 onit 'into e, Onvi nreAicting
wifq: each Ons, worbi be doing In
19111 lust 211 years lath.
The nlsea ?lards with our names
minted in red on them were, very
cntee The 4etheitma4 per. ,the ban,4
quet committee Was Solly
and tie' sbreiv does dasPrve a
ereat deal of, commendation for
the very fine banonet that reigned.
-If you 'are bore-I with OA enl.
umn, tonteht.' and bone that yoor
gre.nlease remlawtharg 010 00,
ad last' week. that Aras. goloorf tro

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flpvoto two onfira entImpi fnp
rairrinsa Altialvabout the' Jun.
tr- enior. bpnemet, ,.
' To start 'Off' the,- deltriOna meal
we' ate. fruit coektalt.101, of rqnse.
va,'. watorrynploo.,roranve. nnd nit
.sorfs of ',rolls that, no ',;nee, th
plakia;k4r, t4 .g001i t t4 t 7 friytt
rnektall;'7Pheet eare tho, stoak.
dPIIPIOOSt '14Tnelt
ecl, noteAs:','Preen peas and rolls
tonOed ee the main serving, wilh
, t4a -tea aa a
'drink. Dessert ,yvas,4tasty
ice
, The After-ditiner-sneeehea eon..
aisted of tha-nte4146o,v, of the ;Too
lor Class,' Johnny nresent nresentlinn,
linn, nresentlinn, ,Rol'qiSrt stregmisot of
' the-Senior Oats, a ;little miniature
lanotr with, a, kers,' 'rho,' Vraro Trep.
sented10 'the Int!tor class nres14..
mit a 1,all,and, chain with a key to
undo : ,:
Our eent4 '.nneattnr 'was
- 10,0' det!iyereA a most nntis,.'
nalbed,..inntt..totnrn-e4Ing.tql!t
,aaftst!ca 'tt, P -rFATIV terrlfi
innt, ,4414.$4.!' 441441414te
11'41 PIO Ittrar snm,
4 ware a,, or.
thele 'almost cried. when said
the '.the 'herys'.4nqn 50 a
veaia...t0 0;:ft the girls
11,44. Innrn itO. tire. ;
Nited tt.realin'was a Rune!
htirinnet;,,e,nd ,t;et inst
that 'it wal last. 'One either!
.JPOreco: DoAn'111.1111,ING
LA SPF7TA.-
towntrof 'llorseds. and Debeduse
.have tteelariA r an .entt.votee war
on-- the! novernment hne,lise a
road liss 'not been built to eon.
"Art thorn ,t4) 'the nutgiA0,,,vorm.
The. villag4rpt voto,1018' ttigt ,S08;.
000 reeentlir allerated 'tor this
road' was Aeseci- for another roe et
bLzasing the two'towns,
10ers refuse to
, vote .in 'tile May 5 genera' elm.-
, the,' 'government
Imildsthe road, .k

C. H. (RED) PEAVLEY (center) and his wife Jeanne (not shown). were guests of honor-at
a farewell 'party Saturday evening given by sm ambers of the Balboa Detective office, Canal
Zone police, and friends at the Police Lodge, Chiva Chiva. The Peavleys are leaving the
Isthmus shortly to make their home. Anch orage, Alaska, where Mr. Peavle7 has 'acepted
an appointment to, the City of ,Anchorage Police Force. F: -:,

Pred!cts
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Di 11;13S 'lave Vol3s)
To Push School

WASHINGTON ,(11P)Rep. Lee
Metcalf Mont.) said yesterday 1
the Democrats who revived Pres President
ident President Eisenhower' dormant'
school cortstruction bill "have got
the votes" ,to rain it through the
House Education- Chromittee...,
,13ut Rep. i'elei Frelinghuysen
(R-N.J.) said the surprise Demo:,
atic move had "greatly weak- ,,
ened" chances for congressional ,,
approval of any school construe-
tion bill. He accused the Demo- -,
crats of "primarily ,politicai m9-
tives." ,: -
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Metealf told' ne.wsmens 'he' Plan;
ned to seek a committee vote on
the bill nexf Thursday. Ile hit at
Republicans in turn 'for playing
"parliamentary politics" on the
subject at a subcommittee meet,
ing Thursday. ,,A
Metcalf was' Irked by- a series
of maneuvers :by Frelinghuysea
which temporarily-sidetracked the
subcommittee's bearings on other
school aid ,egislationd The group
approved the President's $1,500,-
000.000 program, Wednesday al,
though be -no longer is pressing
for itd' tqlsv.07,,.'',,,i,

'Evenl$ 1)61'6160ei

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Device For 1:uctear

WASHINGTON (I.7P)A group
of scientists yesterday renorted
an, eletronic device for timioF,,,
nuclear events, lasttng nip bil.
lionths of a second.
The-; device. coupled with a
gamma ray detector, was devel develoned
oned develoned by I,. E. fBeghlan, GIL&
Kegel, and ,11 P. Scharenberg, of
the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology.
In d report to the American.
Physical Society they said:
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'Tor many apolliations in nu-,
clear phvsics research it is nec necesssrp
esssrp necesssrp to measure both the en)
ergy of gamma radiation emitted:
by radioective nuclei and the
time at iwhich they arrive at the;
detector
"An electronic timing &Nice,

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has been developed which 0 can MIT-, men are ehootiog for mu mudetermine
determine mudetermine the time cif arrival of racies 'up to otie tem.billionth of
a gamma ray to within one bit- a second, They said they intend
lionth of a second." ,? to study properties of nuclei
, -1, whose lifetime is 'of the order
' This is :fast timing, but the of, a, few billionths of a second."

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Richard Allen or Panama City, , altlitta ULU Ut., I lUiN3 1 altakkautouolot ,

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Pt ,, ,-'f I:Aiwa:IRO1V hteoaldesrerovfletei,ekpeo,t,eNn oa. prtihzee
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CATE CANAVERAL, Fla. (LP) iDtdo T1.1 D -0,4,4
A Ilomarc interceptor missile .. j N9,--1
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' '' o ff on 'our, stock of fiiiest""4
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- As 'you all know the Junior-Sen. ,-,--. p , ,4;
..., Tf 47.foot. 15,000 ., ound Bo- ior banquet was held this past
mare rose from its launchirtg Friday night al, the Army-Navy. i , ,.,
' pad,shortiv before nonn,..leveled
off':ifter' climbing thousands 0( Club. It was quite an affair and -k
the kids really did dress up nice L. ,A , ., Nwat
,feet- and'headed southeast oef,r
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1.1"' 1-1":13"7 Minutes ;eDore 1111.11 vv.F.IY.:1 Zone Donee. and friends at the Police Lodae. Chiva Chiva. The Peavlevs sire IPIVITIII the Ill howdy AP , , -' i

' liouid fuel nooster engine en one eticulated and chattect.untu it
Isthmu's sho.rtl fo make thei hom I A 11 a. Al k
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. takeoff with .twin ram-iet engines was time Jo ,go in, Thi majority ban appointment to, the City of ,Anchorage Police Force. 1 "'' I : ,,'' '', i - , , , , 1 V44
' c. s 18 itarat gold uyster perpetuali a 0'
, cutting in when it reaches the Wore 'suits e v e n
' proper Velocity, andk altitude.- -- f 'the' fell"s
though a few itves were in evid- , ; ... ,: , , I .. , , , ,,, ,i1 I
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Iit the inst. Bomarcs,, traveling t,,, , -, rl...: rt-L !:,i' f- I has been developed which c' an I MIT: men are 'sho-oting 'for a' c'etn. .- row ;dasil. 011&,, ' '' ' '' ' : ' '''''' ' ''' ' 1 ''' i
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' 'the 'past, 13omarcs,, traveling --r s 1 rt- t -f has been developed which 0 can MIT-, men are shooting for accu-
st-sunersonic eneeds; have' inter. C:411 Vrers:CIS N determine the time of arrival of racies 'up to ,otie tem.billionth of Bros ,
off on' 1857 Roger
' teuted drone planes Tore !han A';14 in-all the boys really looked
and acted very well" considering gamrpt ray to.. yithin one bit- a second, They said they intend oft a ow. nmrrk ril A or A n vet

'100igntles out, st sea. Lae surTace 1 may s. boys! knd bovs M. 111 ) 111011U1 0 a seeentl." ta study r De rties of nueletill t 11111 P at 1 PI Pq 1 IN Al K I

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displayed that she at h liu rulli 1
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' IiidPron,:Phoeir.nak foit : Some 01 the mkt! Roortea gloves, t "Japan auu a a Y AL Tv .,a1, , II

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ened,1 chances for congressional . ,- ", ';:''' '', ; :., l' ', ', ---", '. .... -, ', ..f. ".: -1- ', .- ' '
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affaira around the ankle to OD- tion bill. He. accused the Demo. --- : '' ' ''' ' ' ',,, .'," .' ':'
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WAVInt" 'rS t';" .C14S1 011ft Int. Stftto nrpAleting peipporanty -,sluetraektec; :::.
,subcommittee's hearings on' other '' '161 N'''',4911; rft' m ,.,!:.r:,;tti,..,,...,, t
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school aid egislation.! The group r A r. ' : :
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:! ,., .- ,, ,,,,,,- N. ,L i'''' ', ,: we' ate. fruit ,cocktall. 'full a rana, WASHINGTON, 'alP)-4 group ..." 1,-, :Trt , -.. ii,,,...5.1 , 0 :
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IP P:''''''l 'YOur do'g's- food should l)e, as ,. Fr-, Men ," ,i,.., a..' , .,,';'?A ,, A ,;., ,1.69:-, ,.,!.'-',:'::,.'.i, .7,...;: ..,. ;:. linen .A. -; Gotton.,-I :;...,::., ,... : .,.-:, .
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NEW YORK, May 2--(UP)Add Frank
Thomas to the list of National League sluggers who
are makhtg Los Angeles' 250-foot fence the Dodg Dodgers'
ers' Dodgers' own worst enemy.

dangerous long ball
threat, Thomas smashed his third
and fourth homers in the L. A.
hooting gallery last night to lead
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over the Dodgers. It was the sixth
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their longest streak since ,, 1955
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'The ironic .twist to the Dodgers'
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Stt Louis Stan Musial (a' lefty)
Chicago's Lee Walls anti now nowPittsburgh's
Pittsburgh's nowPittsburgh's Thcimas have taken
to; beating the Dodgers at their
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p.dding insult to injurry, pitclo
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nitig innitig Pirate rally that kayoed Don
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Rookies also played a miler
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I fa IT A, a LO &LAIC IlAW,OL V A, L.3
in the fifth on Thomas' first hom-itemmates by tossing 11 points
er and four singles. The Pirates through the hoop on five field
then bopped on Newcombe and Ed goals and one free throw: Guard
Roebuck for five big runt in the Johnnie Shirley of the 43 Battery
sixth, featured by. Law's three, Pacers duplicated Moore's sem
run homer. ' ing by tallying II points on the
Blackburn, who beat the Braves same number of goala and char.
on opening day, snuffed out a Los ity shots , , ..
Angeles rally in the sixth inning .,, ,,
when he got Duke Snider to hit in. The end of the first quarter fouhd
to a double play with ,the bases the Pacers behind 6.5..Half time
filled and one out. , came and the Pacers were still
Semproch gained his second win
behind bp one 'oiht,16-15. With the
for the Phillies behind,a nine-hit close of the third period it was
attack which feRtured twO doubles
JWTC's turn to take tlfe short end
by- Hamner and a homer by Ted of the score with the Paeers talc.
Kazanski. Ruben Gomez was tag. ing a 21.2n text& The, final period
ged for seven rung hi 7 I-3 innings saw the JWTC eagers rally to
to suffer his first loss of the year come up with Vieir four points m
for the Girtits, who have ,- lost gin of -victory.
three of their last four games aft. Monday nioht's nightean so 2
er an SI start that carried 1,heM nowerful O Company ouintet led
intn first place, 4 '. by the three'high scorers: Guards
- Goryl tracked a, 2-and-1 pitch by Smitty Lee and Johonie Crumpton
Bob, Trowbridge with one out in each mit I: 'marks ner man
the ninth to give the Cubs their through the h000s. while forward
third victory in four games ; and Jerry Roberts took C Company's
hand the Br-Wes their third, in high score honors With 13 points.
four games. Moe Drabowsky, mak Althou0h losing the game, A Bat.
ing big first anpearance since get. tero established the, new t o t a 1
ting out' of tho army. r'ceived nants for one man for a sin0le
crejt VP' the win,: aided by T o.,..,e eame record with center, Willto
Walls"ninth ,homer of the cam. .Ilinns dumoino 30 opinta to smash
aign., Lew, Burdette made 1, his the IISARCAM School's Don My.
third steilight unsuccessful 'start ers' old record of 21t noitos. Firing
for the ,Broves although Trow. made 10 baskets from the-, f,Rld
bridge,' was charged with'the def. 11(1 10 out -' of 17 from the' foul
eat. r, ,
sex staff, pitched out 'of eighth,
, Billi Pierce, ace of tho White , ... -, i,
C Colropany's court supremacy
and ninth inning' lams to ?re., was never challenged tbe entire
servo Jim Wilson's second win game tis, they steadilyin.creased
of the season. Sherman Lollar their, average to 1,vind up with a
doubled home two runs tor the 13 Deint margin of victory Over
White Sox one! they lidded two A Battery. -, ,
more on run-scoring hits 4 bY,,.
, Luis oaricio end Nelson Fox. c ,
Connie Johnson was the loser., e ..
rveza'Balbo.i ,:,-, .,
Hay ;,Narleskt pitched a five
hitter and ;litlickey VernOnl-,ta m. p II tv i r e
mered a homer ,and a ',triple, for
aCitIC,VOITten S
the Indians who routed bonus
pitcher. ROM Jaimenti in I 2 ': '4',.."' : "' ,, p,
nings. It was the third win of the
4 111. Softball thdm- Os' .';','
season for Narleski. who yielded ,. , ,' ; -
five hits including three by little 5 ' , "-- -,, -
Albie Pearson. '- The Cerveia 'Balboa, girls soft soft,
, soft, , ' ball team of the Pacific Womens
iBob Cerv belted his soventli Softball league became the chem.
homer of the season and third in Pions after strugglinges for five
two days for the Athletics but thli coosecittlite 'years. : ,,
Red Sox rallied for two rune in One of the gratestest softball
the ninth te ptill out the deeision. clubs on the Isthmus, the Brewers
Marty Keou0h tied the Fame with had to thank Joan Atheren for
a pinch single and scored the win. their victory. Joan,' better known
nine' run on a double by.Timmy as Joyce Andersen, 'Ai product of
Piersall :Ike Delock was the win. the Arad Cola squad and one of
ner and Teitt Gorman the loser. the gems of Isthmus female soft
'all, was absent from the league

for a period of two years, but she
returned this year with manager
Lou Gelates squad to crown her herself
self herself the heroine of the league.
She suffered only. one ,4 defeat
during the entire season and that
was to the Aleman girls at the be beginning
ginning beginning of the league. During the
series Joan toblc advantage of her
opponents by hlr fast delivery
and excessive speed.
The Agewood trophy will 'be
presented to manager Lou Gelate
as soon as the name of the cham champions
pions champions are. insribed for the 1958
season. - 1

The Jungle Warfare Training
Center took their first victory of
the 1958 Army Atlantic ,Company
Level Basketball Tournament with
a 29 to 2 -win over B Battery,
7654th AAA Battalion at the Fort
Davis Gym Monday night in the
first half of a twin bill. In the se second
cond second conest C. Company 1st, aL
tle Croup, 20th Infantry overpow overpowered
ered overpowered the 76th, AAABattalion's A
Battery, 55-42.
JWTC's Billie Moore led his
temmates by tossing 11 points
through the hoop on five field
goals and one free throw: Guard
Johnnie Shirley of the B Battery
Pacers Auplicated Moore's scor scoring
ing scoring by tallying points on the
same number of goalS and char charity
ity charity hots.,:
The end of the first quarter fouhdi
the Pacers behind 6-5. ,Half time
came and the Pacers were still
behind bp one 'oibt,.16-15. With the
close of the third period it was
JWTC's turn to take tlfe short end
of the score with the PaCers tak taking
ing taking a 2L2n lextd. The, final period
saw the JWTC cagers rally to
come up with Vieir four points m
gin of -victory. ,
Monday nieht's nightcan so a
nowerful C, Company ouintet led
by the three.high scorers: Guards
Smitty Lee and Johnnie Crompton
each mit 1: marks Per man
through the hoorts. while forward
rerry Roberts took C Company's
high score honors With 13 points.
Althooeh loqing the game, A Bat Batter
ter Batter established the, new t ot a I
points for one man for a sinele
eame record with center,
dompine 30 Points to smash
the USARCAllitl3 School's Don My.
ers' old record of 2g noiptt. Firing
Made 10 baskets from the, f441
onid 10 out of 17' from the. foul

,
,
Cerveza 'Balboa
Pacific,,Women s
e,
,'
Sojtball Champs'
The Cerveza 'Balboa, girls soft softball
ball softball team of the Pacific Womens,
Softball league became the cham champions
pions champions after strugglinges for five
conseeiltiVe lyears. :
One of the gratestest softball
clubs on the Isthmus, the provers
had to thank Joan Athertm for
their victory. Joan,' better known
as Joyce Anderson, 1i product of
the Arai Cola squad and one of
the gems of Isthmur female soft.

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Gelid Prize $500,00
,
, JOHNNY DARK
n with Tony Curti
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THE LOOTERS
with Rory CalhOun

THE PECIAL.
EXCITEMENT
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FOR 7-14E
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LOUISVILLE, V., May 2
(UP)Silky Sullivan, the glamor
boy of the 1958 Kentucky Derby',
was an enigma at C hur chill
Downs today. ..
Horsemen 11) the ,stable area
firmly belleme he 'does art have
a ehange tomorrOw's clasie;
Eiperts in the press bra rate bim
to better than a iukemarm t,hird
choice. But the toiNn folks in
Derbyville are Head sure Silky
has the winner's purse locked up.
Teenagers in tuoisville no long.
er whistle after pretty girls. 40h,
you Silky," they shout. Taxidriv:
ers pull over to the curb and stare
at you in disbelief if you pick any anyother
other anyother horse to win. Bartenders

; LOUISVILLE AV en fel.
low gets a Derby horse almost
the first jockey he' thinks of is
Mr. 1. Arcare. It's an automatic
reaction, nitich like the instinctive
feeling MUSiCal producers have
about Mary Martin and the b62t
office.
Reginald David Cornell has his
first ,Derby horse., Silky Stillivani
of whom you may possibler have
heard. Afid tas soon as tbe
brated come.from-behinder looked
as if he might have a chance,
Cornell became Arearominded.
"But the More I thought it o over,"
ver," over," he was telling us yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, "the less enthusiastic I got.
Don't misumlerstand me. My ad.
rniration. for Eddie is the zhigh.
est. But' this horse is not 1 o r
him, His' wayof rutmint' is 30
preposterous Eddie ,simply would
not believe him."

One of the things thab makes
Mr. E. Arcaro outstanding' in his
field is that he tan get horses to
run forhim. And at the., precise
moment when.the'run4is best
calculated to exert a decisive
fluenceRn the result.
"WitY the kind of ,horse- 'we
got," the 35-year-old, moon face,
Canadian-born trainer resumed,
"Eddie's,talent would be lost.
Actually,lt would be a handicap.
Instead of fresponse, Eddi
would get', is resentment and
fouled uP. race."'
Wouldlthis mean that Silky
strictly on his own on a race,
that the Jockey nierely goes
long for the ride?'
not that simple," said. -Cornell,
elinost., The facts are I nev.
er tell Shoe how ro ride the
horse. and Shoe always waits
for him to make his own move."

, Dawdling An Asset
shc ,rneaning Willie ,S b o
maker. .bas ridden Silky often
enough by now to have become
conditioned to the California colt's
what's-your-hurry Dbilosophy and
has learned to wait. This appears
to be the secret 'of riding him;
don't panic no matter hovr far
you're behind.
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons h t
said DO borse can lay, off the
pace 30. 40 lengths and beat a
40o(1.:31efd.' t "Normally, I'd
have to agree4,m7tiodded
"But it could be we have freak
horse. .11 horse who at ton
speed ean do lomethial treater

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LATE CO""
stoi.a

Won't serve you if you suggest
Silky Sullivan may be just it, little
late itgainst class like TiniA Tam
andlewel's Reward. .'s"
Sixteen three. year olds have
been entered in the, mile and one onequarter.
quarter. onequarter. it's doubtful the crovvd at
Churchill Downs will pay any
attention to,115. of them.' And this
vace track,which has .iesoufided
with the theeis of thousines .oter
the years, undoubtedly will rock
from the time Willie Shoemaker
turns Silky Sullivan loose from far
in the rear,until he hits the finish

Silky, has become a common
sight on the track at Churchill
Downs since he arrived from Cal,.
-Hernia. But work still stops when
he enters the track all decked out

horses couldn't do." '
Here' the trainer, recited frac fractional
tional fractional timings from. recent races
Silky has run",' phenomenal by
stopwatch standards. A"' 16th !in
5.2, a' 23 flat quarter.. In Whirl.
away's Derby,' fastest 'ever run,
his last 'quarter was 23.2.-1' t
With 'a large field looming for
the Derby tomorrow, ', Cornell
felt the dawdling 'disposition of
Silky would be' an important 'a'd.
vantage.- ."There's always a
wild charge for, position at the
first turn And the 'jamming
horses get knocked ',, off stride;
crowded into the rail, sometimes
hurt...
"plthing ; that can happen
to us..Silky-will' be so far back
pasing the' 'clubhouse the first
time TV fans won't be able to
see hirri.''He won't begin to niove
until ,the field heads ,into the 'far
turn. And then; ."
And then what?,
" "There'll be 50 million people
in front of, TV. sets, around, the
country standing up,., shrieking
'Come on,, Silky.'
And will he make it? :
,"If he don't, he'll at least
scare hell out of the one that
does." -
Spurns $500,000 Offer t
; Silky !didn't make it last Saturday
in his last .competilve prep for
the big one, ,But in this,' his
first appearance' east of the Rock Rockies,
ies, Rockies, he showed the natives why
he's become the' most talked of i
horse since Trigger. In tivee
furlongs he made up 29 lenghts,
But here again you are re.
minded of Sunny Jim's words.
This ,was a cheap field. Silk y's
fourth place was worth only
$200, r As spectacle, it was
thrilling., As criterion' of class:,
it was not revealing. And yet
Shoemaker.' : .who picked Silky
over other Derby hoepfuls with
more. solid credentials.
dismounting:' ,"I like him better
than ever." ,
' There's someone else who ob obviously
viously obviously likes him pretty good,
too, a nameless Chicagoan who
wants to buy ,him for $500,000c
''We got the ,offer a day before
leaving San" Francisco," disclosed
Cornell. "We were to run him in
our colors and keep whateVer
we won here, but if we sold
himritAVouldsnestn-wato Every
Irishman in America would be
outraged 'Silky e s t
$10,400 al a Yearlingd f

In red trimmings and the, sun
hining on his topper .colored
coat.' There always -is 'a crowd
aroundhiS, barn even when .the
stall doors are shut.
'There was a rush to the rail
Thursday when trainer Reggie
Cornell' gave Silky 'his final work
out Inv'th(Dekby. The son of Std StdliVair;atiefrisit
liVair;atiefrisit StdliVair;atiefrisit stalliod. went -'
mile in 1:42 3-5-' Typically he drag dragged
ged dragged throPgh the first furlongs in
:41 But ,the did the last,. three in
It was just another workout and
you imight not' have noticed it at
all ercept 'for 'this site 'and power
of thia handsome colt- 'named Tim
Tarn' in hopes of adding seyenth
Kentlicky Derby trophy to the
mantlepiece on the farm near'
texineton. And Tim Tam turned
in. an impressive, performance on.
Iv Tuesdey when he over overcame
came overcame repeated trouble to win the
Derbv tvial, his fifth stake win
this year:

',- Yet' unless the nrofessional bet.
tors wager heavily on thissolid
eontender; the avalanche of two,
five and tens from -' the masses
co'tld mAtte Silky tho favorite.
- Mrs. Plizabeth Graham of
mole chsnco tilts en'enNi three
horsesJeyvePs. Reward, Jet''s Al Alltd.
ltd. Alltd. and Ebony PesrleNo horse has,
fivosho-1 ahead of Jewol's Rey,.
ards this year, although the colt
wss s.t bqck to second, .hnhind
rim:VIA-I 1;1 the riming Stakes
through frdisonalification. The old
master. P-'4,11'o Arearo. rians. kr.
taro. already has scored in five
derbies nne ivith Ilnan Jr. for
trainer !Van Parke, who now con.
(Minns the Maine Chance farm
Desoito- Arcaro, Msnny 'fools
who tidos Jetst Alibi and, 01110
Erb up'non Ebony Pearl the Mein
Chance trio are only three other
horses old -Silky will go screaming
by when he starts to run. , The
nowt boy on every 'corner -1 will
tell you that.-So Maine- Chance
Term is onlx third choce.,
Bondinu out the field for the
second richest derby on 7 record
are Warren G. (Kenny Church);
Gon, rishin' (Ralph Neve s);
llijortins Conn McCreary)
Flamingo (Gordon Glisson),;, Lin,
eoln Road -(Chris Rogers); Red
Hot Pistol (Doug Dodson); ,', a
Dragon Killer' Johnny Adams);
Nouredding,(Jim Combest); -Can
Prost (Johnny Beckmann); and
Benedict (Bobby,Dever).
,
,,,, With 16 starters they will be
running for a total purse of $163,
000 with 6118,900 going to the win winner,
ner, winner, Only the .6167,550 derby of
1956 when Needles won $123,450
with a Silky Sullivan', finisivwas
richer.
Needles was Shout 25 lenghts
from' the front when he reached
the backstretch. If Silky is that
"elose'l he will disappoint Ail;
nublic. They want 'him way out of
it early in the race and on- top
at the finish. And they have no
doubt) he will oblige.

'TODAY- ENCANTO ,r.35.;.2t7
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
411t L Pct. GB
New York 9 4 .692
Kansas City 8 5 -2,615 :
Washington 7 5 '.583
Cleveland 8 7 '332 2
Detroit 8,- 7 .533 2
Baltimore 5 417 312
Boston ':,5 10 .333 -, 5
Chicago .' 4 9 '1,308 5
,. 11-
- TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Nevi York ,',
'Detroit 'at Boston t
Chicago at Washington (N1,,
Cleveland at,Baltimore ,(1,1)

- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS-, NATIONAT; LEAGUE -
Chicago 200 200 00C,4 6 1,i L Pct. GR,
Baltimore 010 100 010.3 10 11Chich.go 9 5 .643
Wilson, Pierce' (8) and Lollar; San Francisco 9 6 ..600
Johnson, Portocarrero (4), Bea- Pittsburgh. 7 5 .583 1
mon (8) and Teandos, WPWil- Milwaukee 8- 6 .571 1
son (2-1). LP:Johnson,11-2). HR Cincinnati 6 5 ..545 112
Marshall (1), Philadelphia 6 7 - 212
, ", : Los Angeles 5 9 .357 4
Cleveland 103 013 010'9 11 3 St' Louis 3 10 r.231
Washington 100 000 000-1 5 2
Narleski (341) and Brown; Lu- TODAY'S GAMES
menti. Wlesler, (3),' Ke-mnlerer -,-- Milwaukee at Chicago ,,
(6), stobbs (8) and CoUrtney. LP Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
--Lumenti (0-2). HRS7-Vertion Pitsburgh at Los Angeles (N)
(2), Carrasquel Philadelphia sat S, Francisco N

,
, WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco , 10
Philadelphia , 1
WPAntonelli,

Chleago
MIlwaukee
' WPBrosnan, LPBuhl.

e.. e. e. 8
;,.. ...

Cincinnati 5
San Luis, .. .. ..
WP-4eIcoat;'
Ita'nsas City 030 0-02 100:-:6 6 1
Boston '-, 1)10 300 ;00-7 6 0,
wP--Delock., 4
'WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
,; AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit r ; -,4 ., 10
Nevi .X0fiC4 ;, 4.

-

I

,
',Coco So lito, got, off to a fast Albrook fared mit
start at the.CUrundu Park a's ,they 'they tallied their fir!
tallied three runs in the first in.' Thomas Santel, batt
ning. Joe Koch, walked,,'followed of the Albrook
by a strike.out -by Tony Halais. form as he powered
Jack Drydale and Luther Quinn the right field fence
both singled sending' Koch hothe. inning. Bruce Buxto:
Jack Butson made, first on a corn- but Kevin McCarth5,
bined fieldera -choice and error, with a double. Ch
bringing in, Drydale. Vernoit Me. Robert Coffman flie
Namee waS safe at first on an er, Hambrick walked an
ror as Quinn scorer.lames Abati grounded out to end
flied out to retire the side. Fort Kobbe start(
CurundiL Dodgers fell in order with a. walk by Pat
to the ,sizzling pitching of Abati Nalekd,,,, at
as PaulVelez struck out, Bill Rei, made firat '.on a lie
chart, groUnded'siut,,ind Ray Mil Pat ',Sullivan was ta
ler flied outtcr first, third and Dick Sulliv
In the Seeond,' neither tem ma.' Alers strutk out to r
any -progress Solito's 41brook scored onc
Charles Bialk,owski struck out, third, as Thomas v
Koch !grounded out to the pitcher Brown. singled. Thor
and Halais was out on, a fly. For ed on: second, Sante
the Dodgers Dick Bacot walked I3uxtod grounded IN
but got nowhere, as,'Mike Finalson Made first on an' er
flied out, Joe Bremer struck out scored. Amata end(
and Bob Russell flied, 'With a strike.out.,
As the third inning- started, Cu- Kobbe opned, the 1
rundu again,,,heathe.Cutia.,,,I,is walk by,Street. O'B
Drydale grounded out and Luther out, Milam made fir
Quinn', struck out. vButsori 'walked er's choice and Ba
but was caught off first base for Street ViaS tagged al
the third out, ) and Banks advance
Curundu threw a scare inter Co-. balls but died on, bas
co Solito is Clay -Taul. Steve struck out. -,
Clarice and Paul Velez all 'walked The Dodgers .strui
to load the bases. Reichart struck added three more
' out to ease the tension a Aittle. tally, Coffinat led ol
Miller hit the ball to get oir first first on an error. Hi
.with fieder'a choice but the ball ed, followed by a to
Rit Velez for' an automatic out. nis Hale. Coffman w,
'Bacot ended the :as he Thomas grounded ou'
groun.ded.out, led to !ming in Ham
,The Atlantic 'Slders ;truck pay, Hale.. Brown icor(
dirt again in fthe fourth. Larry throws. Sante' groin
Quinn singled, followed by strike, end the isning.
outs by McNamee and Abati. BiaL In-the fifth hming
kowski' walked and Koch slammed Sullivan both struch
out. a double to bring in, Quinn; them -reached first
Jialais retired ,the side as ne Alers grounded out.
grounded out. In the top of thl
Curundu's ,Dodgers went, down Kobbe left no doub
one, two three as Finalson and still, in the ball gam
Bremer both were not ey ground- thered in three runs
ers froth pitcher to first. Russell men on base. Street
struck ,out. a walk. O'Brian wal
In the fifth; Drydale and Luther advanced on, passed
Quinn grounded out. Butson made reached first on a fi
first On an error. Larry- Quinn as Street scored. Bal
walked and McNamee got a field. dith grounded out.
er's choice but both died on base singled to score 0'
as Butson was tagged et third. Sullivan followed sui
Coco Solito's relief pitcher, Lu, lam. Granthatn gra
ther Quinn, showed Curundu no end the game.
mercy as he struck out Taut, Clark The win was chalk
and Velez. Brown with Danny
Again the Cubs scored in' the loser. Albrook liodg
sixth. Abati tined out to third, Ger- hits for seven runs t(
ald Poppa walked and Koch Avalk four hits for three
ed, Halais singled bringing in Caribbean Cemman
Poppa but Koch was tagged out Little Loseu,s W
at home. Drydale grounded out. Teams
Coco Solito's Quinn pured it on Att. Armed Forces,
again and cinched the no.hitter as Albrook, Dodeers
he struck out Reichart, Miller and 1 C. Z. Armed Forces,
Bacot. - Curtmdu, DOdgers

Philadelphia 000 000 430-7 g
S.' prantiseo- 000 000 000-0 : 7

10 i Ch'eago t ; ,.. "....
1 Ivillwauket : .4

.
WPLarry. LPFord.
Kansas City ,..........,. 11
Boston , 4
WP--Garver, LPBrewer.
,
Baltimore .. ... 3
Chicago .. . .... 2
WP-1-far&Ihman, 1.2Wynn'.
,

Washington t!- g 3
Cleveland .,..... . ....... 2
WPClevenger, LPScore.
Kansas City 030 002 100-6 6 1
Boston 010 300 100-7 6 0
WPDelock -

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 000 035 000-11 13 3
Loa Angeles' 000 210000-3 11 1
Law, Blackburn (6) and yolles;
Newcombei Ptebuck (6). Conlin')
(6), Bessent (7), Labine -(9) and
Roseboro. -WPLaw ,(2-1) 4 p,-
Newcombe (0-2)., HRS. Thomis
2 (4 and 6);,Law (1),

Semproch (2-1)- and Lotra;
Gmez Worthington (8), Cons-
table (9) .and Thomas,re4,,irit
(9). 1.,PGOmez (2-1). HIV Ka-
zariski

.,o.naW,

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CAR I til'EAN COMMAND ". ,For,thetCoco Solite Cubs It was "-
SERI ES .4 t fhity, hitg tor, five'runs with JameS
- , Abati,,- the winning -pitcher. Ou.,
' The .siziling, fie-bit pitehing of rundo: Was nothing 'for ,'s 'nothing'''.
'Coco Solito's James Ahati and Dick Bacot tnking the loss. : r
Luther Quinn proved Ithe 'doWniall '', The A1131-:, ',4Dodgers, and -Fort Nk.
lor the Curundu Dodgers;110,, last Kobbe' tang ;J -at, Albrook in '-sa
'Week as :the halfvvay mark was game' that was sprinkled with -er.
reached in the Caribbean Comm Tors. Dick, Sullivan grounded out
Canal -Zone Little League World followed by a single by,,, Carrel
Series.- In the other game, the AL Grantham. ,Vic Alers struck out.
brook Dodgers downed Fort Kob- Joyn Street slammed out a double
be 7-4, 7 to seore Grantham.: Danny O'Brian,
--- The series now stands with the struck out to retire the side.
Coco Solito-Cubs, ,representing the The-Dodgers fell in order as Den.
Atlantic Armed Forces ,Leauge, nis, Hale and Michael 'Thomas
and Albrook's- Dodgers tied for gounded out and Paul Brown flied
first with, two wins and one loss. gut.-
Fort Kobbe representing the 'Can. The second saw Larry Mi'am
al Zone Armed Forces League, and Jerry Banks fall with strike-
and Curundu's Dodgers have one outs' and- Ken Meredith grounded
win and. two losses each. out.
, COCO Solito, got, off to a fait Albrook fared match better as .:
start at the.Curundu Park a's they 'they tallied their first:three runs.-
,tallied three runs in the first in; Thomas Santel, batting cbamPion,
ning. Joe Koch, walked,4ollowed, of the Albrook League, showed his
by a strike-out-by ,Tony Halais. form as he powered one way over
Jack Drydale and Luther Quinn the right field fence to start the -;
both singled sending: Koch hoine. inning., Bruce Buxton struck out
Jack Butson made, trat on a corn- but Kevin McCarthy came back :
bined fieldera -choice and error, with a double. Charles Aamta.
bringing ip, Drydele. Nernolt Me. Robert Coffman flied out, Make,
Namee waS safe at ,first on an er- Hambrick walked and Dennis Hale
ror as Quinn sc'orer.lames Abati grounded out to end the inning.
flied out to retire the side. Fort Kobbe started the third ,,
CurundiL Dodgers fell in :order with a. walk by Pat Sullivan, Dick ,'
to the ,sizzling pitching of ,Abati walekd,,,, and Grantham
as Paul,Velez struck out, Bill Rei- made firet ',on a lieider's choice.
chart, groUnded'siut,,ind RarMil. Pat Sullivan was tagged going o
ler flied out to' first, -, third and Dick Sullivan at second. :
In the SeconcL.neither tem ma- Alersitruelc out to retire the side.
any ',progress aS,'Coce'',,.., Solito's Albrook scored once-again in the ,
Charles Bialkowski struck out, third, as Thomas walked ,,, .anet
Kech !grounded tut to the pitcher Brown, singled. Thomas was fore-,,
and Halais was out on, a fly. For ed on: second- Sante! ,singled afid
the Dodgers,. Dick Bacot walked I3uxtod grounded out. McCarthy ..
but got nowhere, as,'Mike Finalson Made first 011 an' error as grown
flied out, Joe Bremer struck out scored. Amata ended the inning
and Bob Russell flied, 'with a strike.out. 4 "..,.
As the third inning- started, Cu- Kobbe opned, the fourth -with
rundu again,,,heldtheCotia,1,is walk by...Street. O'Brian grounded
Drydale grounded out and Luther out Milam made first on ,a
Quinn', struck out. 'Butsori 'Walked er's choice and Banks ',Walked. r,
but was caught off first base,for Street was tagged at third, Milain ',
the third out, -, ) and Banks advanced -on passed
Curundu threw a scare int& Co- balls but died onbase aft Meredith.
co Solito is Clay laid, Steve struck out. :, '
Clarice and Paul Velez Walked ,, The Dodgers' struck, again and
to load the bases. Reichert struck added three more runs to their
out to ease the tension a Alitle; tally, Coffman led 'off, getting Ur:. --
Miller hit the ball to get' oir first first on all error. Hambrick walk.'
with a fie'der'a choice but the ball ed, followed by a single by Dan.)
hit Velez for' an automatic out. nis Hale. Coffman Wag tagged out.
Bacot ended the 'inning :as he Thomas grounded out. Brown sing.'
' led to hning in Hambrick and ad ad,The
,The ad,The Atlantic 'Siders ;truck pay, Hale.. Brosvn scored on wild
dirt again in, the fourth. Larry throws. Sante' grounded ,out to :
Quinn singled, followed by strike- end the isning.
outs by McNamee and Abati. BiaL In-the fifth hming Pat and Kick
kowski' walked and Koch slammed Sullivan both struck out. Gran.'
out. a double to, 'bring in, Quinn; them -reached first on an error.
Halais retired ,the side as ne Alers grounded out:-
grounded out.- In the top of the. sixth,' Fort
Curundu's ,Dodgers, went, down Kobbe left no doubt they were
one, two three as Finalson and still, in the ball game as they go..
Bremer both were not ey ground- thered in three runs and left two
ers froth pitcher to first. Russell men on base. Street led off with.
struck out. a walk. O'Brian walked and both -
In the fifth; Drydale and Luther advanced on, passed balls., Milam'
Quinn grounded out. Butson made reached first on a fielder's choice
first on an error. Larry- Quinn as Street scored. Banks and Mere Merewalked
walked Merewalked and McNamee got a field- dith grounded out. pat .Sullivan
er's choice but both died on base singled to score O'Brian. Dick ;
as Butson WW1 tagged et third. Sullivan followed suit to score Mi.
Coco Solito's relief pitcher, Lu. lam. Grantham grounded out to
tber Quinn, showed Curundu no end the game.
mercy as he struck out Taut, Clark The win was chalked up to Paul
and Velez. Brown with Danny O'Brian' the
Again the CAS seored in" the loser. Albrook Dodgers had five
sixth. Abati lined out to third, Ger- hits for seven runs to Fort Kobbe's
ald Poppa walked and Koch walk- four hits for three rUTIS.
ed, Halais singled bringing in Caribbean Command Canal Zone ;
Poppa but Koch was tagged out Little Limit, World Series :
at home. Drydale grounded out. Teams , ,-, V
coco Solito's Quinn pured it on Att. Armed Forces, C.' S.', 2 1
again and cinched the no-hitter as Albrook,- Dodgers -1-m--
he struck out Reichert, Miller and 1 C. Z. Armed Forces, Ft. K. 11'
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long ball in the fifth on 71
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ght to lead Roebuck for five
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s thq sixth run homer.
rates Blackburn, who
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when he got Dula
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ink Sauer, to suffer his first
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who cond conest C. Company 1st, aL , 0., -,, (61 -I t - ,,!, 4, ,N,, e.
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i JWTC's Billie Moore' led ; Ids ' t ,,, ''''', i ..',' '11 t, ..
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- I temmates by tossing 11 points ,, J, ''' --' ;-
1 s ,, r. ., .ye.0. ,ii, 1 , y, ,( ,, Chicago at Washington (N1, Boston 010 300 100-7 6 0 ,l t
through the hoop on five field i',.,.-,-, ,,-
1 1 '.,.. .-- s i Cleveland at,Baltimore (N) WP-Delock - --, ,, ' i
i goals and one free throw: Guard ., ',.,-,.'
- Johnnie Shirley of the 43 Battery ',, '"'" z 44 -,,- ..i. ,-1 k.s.,
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7 Pacers Auplicated Moore's scot-- ,,, I ------...-.,.t -,,,' I: .- 4 :, I ',' i A
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ing, by tallying 11 points on the 4- -'"'', ,'?"1 ' -, ''- , ,,, s ',' : ;
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. same number of goals and char. r
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, '' -- t -Marshall (1) t ,, Philadelphia' ', 6 7 -.403 2'r,
ta - -, -- :' -, -- Los Angeles I 5 9 '157 4, ' '
behind bp one 'oint,'16-15. With the 1 al.-''',,-', '''''''', i,,-.., --. 0.,,-,,"'.
close of the third period it was -,,',vt,V4,- f .1 ' ke: ,' 4 'oe ', Cleveland 103 013 010-9 11 '3 St' Louis -','' 3 10 r.231 ''', 512 ,
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i Washington 100 000 000-1 ,- 5 2 "-,', 1-- : s-,-..' ' '..
I JWTC's turn to take th-e short end "k--!';' ,- ,f.,,,,,,e.4.1,,,. t. -.
i , it Narleski (341) and Brovn; Lu- -,! -TODAY'S GAMES ',' , 4 ;
Of the score, with the Pacers tak- ; .1.4,-;',..ils-F:',... : g, ,'--,-,..,,,. , N.',1 ',4 t.
--' ,v .4, 1 i menti, Wlesler, 43,'Kemtnerer -,--Milwaukee at Chicago ,:
' ing a 2t2n lextd. The, final Period ..-1',64,.- s'-, 4, .) , t ,,IN ,,, ,
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saw the JWTC cagers rally to s '',i,, t ; . , t,
r come uri with their four points m ,' ' ; !f f 1 J.. I
t i- '', : t i ', I F : F --11- -,' (2): Carrasquel,(2).,, ,' ', ..-, ' Philadelphia sat S, Francisco N .. 4- ',
gin of -victory. -', ' , ., .94 Ag --;--
: Monday -nieht's nightcan so, 2 40IM AI- 5 .t4,- g ,
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I nowerful C Company ouintet led '. I 'N 1 1 1 r-,,i p WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .., '
, by the three.high scorers: Guards s" e -,.--, , ,,,,4's 9 a 1 ,
, ; NATIONAL LEAGUE s Pittsburgh .. 000 035 000-9 13 3
Y Smitty Lee and Johonie Crompton t e 1, ,,::,., ,, A 4.,k., -, ,; 4 it,, sail Francisco , .. 10 Loa Angeles' 000 210 000-3 11 1 ', ',
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11 each md 1: 'marks Per man (4 -- ,i'A', '
r, through the hoops.. while forwari , -11,- vi, !,,,,n.rtr, ,-, .1 N us 111., '., ct; -1 WP-Antonelli, L15--Roberts. Newconabe, Rebuck (6), Collum -. ,,,
i -Terry Roberts took C Company's ' , ,. , I I , ' ------, 1 , ) (6), Bessent (7), Labine -(9) and -1
,1 high score honors With 13 points. . . etto ; 1, s 5 -- ,, Chicago ,, ,... 8 Roseboro. -WP-Lav,? ,(2-1).-ct IF1,-- '
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' Althooeh losing the game, A Bat- , ....tepo 1 -, 5., .., milwaukee ; Newcombe (0-2)., HRS. Thomas ',
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y's court supremac : '.- ,;', I AMERICAN LEAGUE ,, ., ''''. ' ,........' r ,' A '' : ' ''!
!hallengert ,the entire ,, CY '-'' U ivan,:. ay:!.. 07,
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average to wind up with a ,., ,, 7 , , vivw 4,,,,A, 4 i ollAwaunce .4
int margin of victory over A ,,,,' ( 7 1 ofil
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LOUISVILLE, KY., May 2 late against class like Tint'A'ram coat:- 'There always 'is 'a crowd ." A' T. '
p (UP)--Silky Sullivan, the glamor andlewel's Reward. ,,a'" aroundhiS, barn even when the r - : :fr
boy of the 1958 ICentuchY Derbri Sixteen three. year olds have stall door; are shut. cARI tit'E),,fst COMM. A 'fi7vireohrittshettoCrofeioveg,,orluitnos Cwni-tbhs Iltamweass
u u (,,,, was an enigma at ghttrehill been entered in the, mile and one- .,4 SERIES
, , Downs tndav 1 nuart,er. It's doubtful the crowd tit 'There was a rush to the rail '"'' ', : Abatr' the winning m'teher Cru.,

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0 ,.. silo per CAR! I ,' .-,...::...4 .., , tor a perioa or, two years, ou sne
'":'- returned this year with Manager other horse Jo win. ,,Bartenders he enters tho track ail clecked out
tord FLEA ... Mary KAYE el 'gat ...4i?,,,,, '';' ' .., Lou Gelates squad to crown her- -
a. in ., 8 ':3::' , self the heroine of the league. -- , ,
A She suffered only. one defeat ., ,..., .. ,, ct , -, ., 1 ., -
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01 Bob Glirs Goes Calypso". i 'ay during the entire season and that
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s .... ,..., was to the Aleman girls at the be- ,,,,, .. ,..: ,... .. z r ; , 'l
. 0 I Tomorrow! I I 7f-,, trio. ginning of the league. During the ,, r , ., .'., .,., ,, ,, 1 ,',,,, ,.., .. .....,
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"THE VA PERE ..,, -, ., pions are' insribed for the 1951
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' JOHNNY DARK, Cornell became Arearominded.
Also: ..,.. , DEATH IN THE : t 7, Also:- ,- ,-,
as if he might have a ,,' chance,
da "th less enthuiastic I got. Wi- Iti c-lia- rge for posi-tion ,:a-t- th-e fl.egribnieerg It'llne p",,ith linahn Jr. -for km111 ''''''''''''a4h 4"u"
an arke w o now con
hurt... ' flied out, Joe Bremer stri
' with Ro CalhOun. z 0 r passing the clubhouse the first a y ear e Mains rundu again .heltithe, Cul
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. ,,,,0 bim, His. way,,ot own. is so Ame TV fans won c be able to its Drydale grounded out anti
. , bfirorsstesturglietinkdnocitedti:i.eoffi,anistrmidineg; ditinn 8 th 11 -
0 ante Chance : farm the Dodgers,, Dick Bacot
, SMOKE SIGNAL NEWSHOUND , with Tony -Curtli "But the More I thought it ti ti''
'' ti'' PUBLIC .' ., horses.
, With Dana, Andrews crow e tit the 1
d d i o ,rai someames ,,, but got nowhere as,'Mike I
,' PIGEON No. 1 ' ver," he was telling us yeater.
Despite, Arcaro, Manny Teals d B b R ell i
' 'With Red Skeltoil ,'
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' THE LOOTERS Don't misunderstand me. My ad.
' MAN mrnour STUDIOS to us.Silky-wilr be so far back
w o ridos Jetst Alibi and, Dave As the third inning- start
,,, . , . A STAR ,,,... .., ., , nuration: for Eddie is the lugh. , ., Erb op,non Eb il P 1 th
WAKAKILli With ICirk Douglas RAWHIDE .1' est. But this horse is not 1 ,, Chance trie are only throe other
see hirri."He won't begin to thove rses old Silky will go screaming Quinn', struck old 'But on
k ------ ----- ---- , , preposterous Eddie ,simply would ., . by when he starts to Th s
, ...; ..- uncu ,the field heads Into the 'far 0 b run. ,,,,) e but W a S caught off first I
- turn. And then; .,, ; owl' oy on ever, porno' will the third out. ; ;',
,e0ods ,e0ods,
, ,e0ods, One of the things '' that, makes And then what? ,, tell you that.. So Maine- Chance Curundu threw a scare 1
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Mr. E. Arcaro outstanding' in his There'll be 50 million people s y ird choett. co Sobto as Cla T 1
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t il 0 ,,, 4,7 run for him. ., And at the., precise country., standing up, shrieking
moment when.the "11;14 is b e s t 'Come on., Silky. ondi is
, R n out the field for the to load tie bases. Reicher
, ,, , second richest derby on 7 ricord out to ease the tension i
ei calculated to exert a decisive in- And will he make it? : ' are Warren G. (KennY Church). Miller hit the ball to get
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Canadian.born trainer resumed, Spurns $500,000 Offor artins Rullah Conn McCreary) hit Velez for' an automal
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, v., ,, ,, ,,,...4) 41 t Dot Pistol (Doug Dodson); ,', a The Atlantic 'Siders stilt
' 4 .i.' 4 ' 1 4 ' 14'. bar r i ql-' --' t r, v Eddie s talent would be lost; Silky didn't make it last Saturday
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1 t. 21112 fouled uti. race."' les, he showed the natives why Renedicto (Bobby-Dever). kowski' walked and Koch al
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4 that the Jockey merely goes a. furlongs he made up 29 lenghts running for a total purse of $163, grounded out.
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I s long for the ride?". Welljt's But here agahl you are re. w h S118,900 going to the win. Curundu's Dodgers wen
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init, pimost., The facts are I ney. This ,was a cheap field. S 1 1 k y s
, 1950 when Needles won $123,450 Bremer both were not Dy
- 1: ' ' ' ''', ''''''.."110..)41 4 4 : et tell Shoe bow ro ride the fourth place WaS worth only
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for him to make his own move," thrilling., As a criterion' of class,.
. , ......... , it was not revealing. And yet with a Silky Sullivan', finish'was ers froth pitcher' to first.
, In the fifth; Drydale and
Needles was Shout 25 lenghts Quinn grounded out. Butsa
richer. ', ,
ItUARANTEED HERE A MI THE LISA: - A 7'4
- 0,-' -4:, VI horse. and Shoe always w a 1 t s $200, As a spectacle, it was struck out. ,
. Dawdling An Asset Shoemaker.' : .who picked Silky from' the front when he reached first on an error. Larry Larry,.
,. Larry,. ,., , ., ., ',. , ,1,c, ', Shoe. ,rneaning Willie ,S b o e. over other Derby hoepfuls with the backstretch. If Silky is that walked and McNamee got
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i maker.,',e a e ilky ft nitre. solid credentials. . ,
"close" he will disappoint bis er's choice but both died
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' .,!, '. val a ,y .., s ., enough by aaW to have become dismounting:' ,"I bke him better nubile. They want him way out of as Butson was tagged et t
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'" ' Buyon OCR BUDGET PLAN. ., what's-your.burry., altos b at the finish An
phy and There's someone else who o d they have no ther Quinn, showed Curtin
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''We got the ,offer a day before ''''' --- sl
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons h a a leaving Saw Franalsco," disclosed TODAY- ENCANTO,. -.
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said DO borse can lay- off ,The Cornell. "We were to run him in ,,,,,T1 ri i
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The Eleta brothers speedy filly Quickie will get

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her stiffest test tomorrow afternoori when she goes
against the President Remon racetrack's best sprint sprinters
ers sprinters in a $1,000 six-furlong dash for first and second
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series imported thoroughbreds. ,
, 'Among., her opponents will be shared riding honors with three
sprint champion Double Four, the victories each; ;;--- -
entry of Nagir aid Aguador, Gra. !
mill& and Embassy. The dividends:
, Quickie returns fresh from an
impressive victory ,over a group FIRST RACI
of third series racers at seven fur. 1Cinciertrack $12,20. S5
' longs. Braulio Raeza, as Usua 2Voltage $2.80
-will be aboard the classy four. bECOND RAU
, old daughter, of Combat.Dolaquick. 1Mikel $7,40, $3.40
Double Four, usually a Baeza 2Distingd $2.60
mount, wilt tave Julio Rodrigutz : Doubloi $112
THiRD RACI
' in the iaddle on this occasion. The
fFolletito $420, .$2.60 ''
Cococha Stable- ace will tote top
weight of 124 pounds which Anay $3.60 '
be a bit more than he can hen. ,One.Twe: $13.21).
FOURTH AACE : :

The Gabriel -Ossa Vicua entry
' of Nagtc and Aguador Will be rid ridden
den ridden by Chilean' Jockeys Guiliernio
Rivera and Hector Salim, respec
tively. .1 4 -T
IleliOdoto Guatinea will guide
Gramilla while Fernando Alvarez
'will 'attempt to 'surprise witl Ern ErnAd
Ad ErnAd lidded' attraction will be the
debut' of four recently imported
Chilean thoroughbreds in the, sev.
enth race. The newcomers are Ba Baranee.
ranee. Baranee. Gaup. Sputnik and Para Parasol.
sol. Parasol. Alio scheduled to start in the
seventh are nen-winner Playboy
and Philipipon-whieh will have a
slight edge on, the newcomers be be,
, be, cause they are better climatized.
- Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the card.
ore MAS ,
-Yesterday, the" Hares Carin Carinthia's
thia's Carinthia's lood filly Ragazza turned
, in a great performance to beat
out brilliant:native- prospect Ho.
mantero by one length, in the
000 added one mile Labor Day
Classic. Ragazzar.capably ridden
by' Heliodoro Gustmesr, et or ed
'from start to finish in the fast'
time of 110 4-5. -
Alcaraz, Was third,,, another
, length behintL, The ot.her trailed
; in the following order: Golden Ro,
cket, Summer Party, ,, Manando Manandoagua
agua Manandoagua and Mouche. 4
-Ragazza paid $4.60 to win and $3
place. The one-two combination,
Ragazza-Romancero, returned
$18.60. Favorites dominated ',' the
cards with ,'' Cindertrack's $12,20
' b the first race the day's best
'win dividend.
Gustines ,antt iBraullo Baeza

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The dividends:
, FIRST RACE
1Cindertrack $12,20, $5'
2Voltage $2.80'
, SECOND RACE.
1--Mikel $7,40, $3.40
2Distingd $2.60 t
, First Doublai $112
i' THIRD RACE
1Folletito $4.20, ,f2.60
2Ftion $3.60
,Ono.Two': $13.20
FOURTH RACE :
1Franeisquito $3.60, $2.40
2Chito $2.80
, QuIttiela: 4.60.
'" 'FIFTH RACE
11Aviadora $2.60, $2.20
27Einily Mary $2.60 ,
SIXTH RACE
1Paquiro $6,20, $2.40
2,--Amab $2.20
, Sovanth race
1Affiliation Order $3.80,
2Cervecero $3.30
- Iscond Double: $12.20
- i EIGHTH RACE 4,
1-&lattdiari $3,, $2.20 ;
2Bodegon $2.20 ,
' Quiniela: $3.20
, NINTH RACE
1.Ragazza $4.80, $3,,
2Romaneero $3.80 :
Ono.Two: MAO,'
TENTH RACE
1As Yu Like Her $6, $2.60
2Batalion $2.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1Chivilingo: $4.40,, $2.60
2-11utilante $2.40
1,Racetrack,

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1.-413cal Mit
2Pan ,Tolitado Manua la' P.
, 2Sapie Julie
4-,Don JaPa
,5,Sandokall ,,'ij.. -rtYla
1Matriculado J.; !,- Lyrical
7:Gazape .. : ..,. Phillippin
8Cuquita' poble Fill
9-4.ucky Skf.!:; Minuend
10-4,4uicide : : Nadir
11Soberano ,MarCePta

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lst Race 7th Series Imp. 6 Pgs.Pors. 5400.00 Pool
4 lst RACE OF THE DOUBLE
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1Violin Viejo J. Talavera 110xLShort.winded
2Filito J. Rodriguez 115 --Form ,indicates
3Miss Putience F. Alvarez 113 --Rates good chance
4Resuelto A. Lour ess 105x Lacks early,, speed
5Riscal B. Baeza 110 Knocking at door
6Achieved O. thanis104 --Has shown nothing
TPrincesa Van.) J. tadog. 113 r-Could be upsetter

3rd Race "E.F
1Julle
2Golden W.
3Sapa
4Taktaway
5Black Bee-,
81,11adical
7Dantadurs

4th Rico
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1Don Luis -" 13: Baeta
2Bargyle H: Gustines
3Jipt Jape J.' Talavera
4Sideral A., Reyes R.
5Daniel R. Cristian
8Presidente Credidio
7-8an Cristobal A. 'Alfaro
8Don Grau : F. Alvarez
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1$andokan Vasquez
2Argyla ,,, H. Gustines
3-1). Lopez J. Talavera
4tinda Sust A. Alfaro

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2Bathina
3Corviglia
4Lobena
Cautiva
6Dob le Fija
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1.Eseardillo
2Clarucha
3Silver feels'
4Minuendo
3Tiziano
1Lucky Sky
7Oliver
8King
8Crews Hill

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IQuickie
3Gramilla
4Embassy
5Nagir
5Aguador

FINt..7!,VA:71:77J,7.tN AN IN7171'17777NT DAM! NtIVETATE1-

Sth 'Race Sth Seri's Imp. 7 Irgs. Purs 000.00
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Clos'es 1:00

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2nd Race 'Winners Colts .5 Fgs. Purse $630.00 Pool Closes 1:30
- '2nd RACE OF THE-DOUBLE,

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1Brole B. Baeza 105 ,May ga all the way
2Mulchen R.-Cristian 110, Hard to beat here ;
3M. Pedraza M. Hurley 115 Vastly improved
4Pangal A. Lourless 103x Much to slow
3Pan Tostado G; Rivera 115 Distance handliapi

2-11
2-1
3-2
15-1
3-2

Natives 7. Fgs, Puri.) $375011' Pool Closes MO
ONE TWO - 4

, C. Bovil 113 Will tight it.out .4
h. Credidio 106 --Dangerous this, time
J. Talavera 107zform indicates. 6
k: Jordan 11.5t ,Not in hest form
H. Gustines 108 Usually close up 1-
A. Reyes R. 108t --Early' speed only
0, Chanis 105 -Nothing recently

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rot. Purse $500.00 Pee!
124 Another gift,
103 Should be zunnerup
115x Better this week --,
102x Ran well in last

ith Rase 6th ,Series Fgs, Purse 6400.00 Pool CI,
', 1st RACE OF THE -DOUBLE
1Matrieulado C. Bov11110 ,Dangerous iontender
2-rtyrical, Ruiz 115, Hard to catch here'
3The &wife Xi, Aguirre 110 7,Slmwing improvement ".
dOro 'Purito, .J. ,Jimenez 106 Usually:close up
5La Generale Bi Baeza 106 ,,,Tockey should help
6Picararo Allaro 102x 'Complete failure -,

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A. seines in -Good ear17 speed
J. Talavera 105x -Should be close'14 ':
H. Gustines 115 --Could icore in upset
F. Alarez 108 e-Danger,card
, H. Ruiz 108 Must go lower ''' t'
G, Rivera 115 ,---Form indicates 1,
' J. Avila-115 Returns in good shape
, F. Hidalgo 112 Nothing in inonths
-J.. Rod. ,112 .--RaA well in last;

and 2nd. Saris Al Pura i1,000.00 Pool C
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j. Rod. 124 Weight handicaps
B. Baeza 110 Mutuels favorite
, H. Gustines 105 ....Favorite rider, PP
- F.. Alvarez 105 ...Could aurprise
, G. Rivera 113 Hard to catch, here
H. Salmi 115 --Could make it, too

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Peel Closes 3:00
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113 Should score easily ,,, :: 3-2 t
110' Could make It here
109X Usually disappoints 4-1
108 --Ran well lit last 5-1
118 zReturns from layoff' 8-1
-108 ,Enioying good form , 5-1
102x ,Nothing 'recently 8-1
110 poesn't,seern

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7th Race Special Imp.- I Fes.,FuOse $650-00 Feel Cieses
, 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE t
1--Baranoa H. Sales 112 --ibis iood woriouts '
2Gazapo R. Cristian 115 Reportedl speedy 5-2
3--Soutnik V..; Ortega M ",;-Good sprinter too
B. ,Bleza 108 --Form indicates 3-2
5-r trasoLn L .A.,,Vasouez 11,5 4Could score .ln debut.:
6Play Boy 1;,'11-Qustines 105 r.:;41-ateil good chalice '4,1 .;

RICO Non.Winnors

filomrs 5 Pis. Pursa $450.00 Poot Closes 4:40
01.11NIIELA , 4
. la Sales 115 ...-Shoul make it here EVEN
A.., Credidio 105 --,11ates fair chance i 3-1
F. Alvarez 105 ''.;,-11as shown nothing
F. Ilidalgo 112 Loneshot possibility -h -51
J. Phillips 108 Much improved : EVEN
, 108 fight it out- ,-, EVEN
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, ." !MACDONALD & NUM LIMIIT410, elstillarst Lei, lc- deed 2-40beT400 A. Credidi0 105 Should scoie again EVEN ,i
. ii...-..... $Marcelita F., Alvarez 110 --In 'dila to finish EVEN Trout ' -'
s ' '' - 4Yosikito ,, Z., Aguirre 115 I --Coutd go all the way , 11-1 Yount ,. ''''

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- By TREVOR SIMMONS
The Tigers from Cristobal-High
School are rapidly gaining local
notoriety as a team that provides
excitement and thrills with their
basketball; fresh from two narrow
victories over Balboa High-and C.
Z.-Junior College, they played a
repeat performance at Margarita
gym Monday night, scoring a close
62 to 60 win over the Athletic Club.

Though the three games ended
in, much the Jame manner, the en entire
tire entire story of each was considerab considerably
ly considerably different; In th. Cristobal-Balboa
contest the Tigers had to climb
uphill to overcome -a wide Balboa
margin And won 63 to 60. The In Interschool'
terschool' Interschool' league leaders battled
the Green Devils 5rom J.C. even evenly
ly evenly au the way-to uotch their- sec second,win
ond,win second,win 04 a 57 to 51 count; and
Monday night they piled on com comfortable'
fortable' comfortable' lead in the first quarter
only to find. theinselver,in k
thick of a battle midway throueh
the third stanza before they could
edge.out their close 62 to 60 win..
Th'e 'Tigers defeuse held firm' ly
hi the 'first quarter of Monday
night's cage contest,' alloYing the
Athletic 'Club only a' pair. of free
throws by Nesbitt while ths
school 'boys. wore. racking up 13
points. larT016rine put the Ath Athleti
leti Athleti Club back into the fight dur durIng
Ing durIng the second. period, scoring 10
of their 20 points- while CMS- still
were able AO maintain a 'comfort'
able 'margin with Al 17.rtoint offort
of their. m and led 35 to 22 at
114, .:
: In the third Quarter A.C.'s
Youre;'whn had been betel 'genre
less to the first half. started to find
the range es the Athletic Cbo) out.
pointed Cristobal 17- to' 14.',During
that period the lire-, 'staked
theirmost serious threat- Inotting
the count at one time, only. to, have
ihR 'Doers -oull nut to s,five mint
advrrni-fve tot the pvt4 Of the nurti
els.- Will Yount still raring Ills
stiller, the Atlileflo Cinb enotinnod
their game effort to overtake the
Tigers In the final period,-nutseoring
the wintiers 21 to 18 In that
tworter. bur their-drive fell short
with, John 036seman and, George
Kirkland hittine,forthe rivers in
the clutch to Ott out the 'clse
cision, tin to 60. ,-
--- ,
-Foul throws actually told the Ito Itoty'of
ty'of Itoty'of 4he third -sueeesaive Cristo'.
bat win, for this Athletic 'CIO Ite
tUtilv outscored Cristobal; from
the floor,,2cto 22, In field BOahl..
But C.11.S. bacilli 'Points In 20
tries from the free-toss line, while
A;C:lad 'trier 24,' that- made tin
for As difference in the field goils.
:John lioseinan and Geore Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland were the main cogs of. Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's No.. 3 win .of 104..13ossman
ecored' 16 'points while Kirkland
had ,14 ,and both were strong, on
the rebounds., Cristobal wee hurt
when 'their top:scorer., Bill Gib4
SOn bad 01 be benched betause of
d bloc ePrlY li.the second twilit
er. Gibson did not return to the
oaMe until the fourth' snorter. Rill
YOUntt scored 19 points for the los.1
ors. His 19 and'-a, teonint effOrt
by Horine and Nesbitt's 15 'were
the big guns for the Athletie Club.
- The .box score:

Cristobal High '';
SUMO r ,1
Paboli ..
Gibson -'
Boseman,
Tompkins',
Chin q, :
Kirkland

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4 4 2 10
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7 2 3 'Pi
02 3 :, 3
2 '.V:0',4
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22 !It'll 62

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MOrril
MacArthur s
Nesbitt
Joyce
Linares

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0 0 10
6 4 3 16
-'0' 0 3 0
1 2 2 4
6 '3 2 15
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24 12 21 60

Tr--ft
Vidiaida Willatilid
Tri;:trovi

Olympic Pal Court

Albert Loney and Carl 3 BMEN
MIN OF Colon will meet Angel Del
voile and Earl Omphroy this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon M one two seml-final
matches 'of ths. dew.
sponsored by George Madure.
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The second seml-final match

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will be played tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4:15 p.m. byBill 112 le and
Bill He le Jr. against Julio Pini,ls
And George Motta. Like today's
match, tomorrow's will be played
on the main court of the Olympic
swimming pool.
The winners of today's and- to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's matches will meet Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning at B:30 for the finals finalsThis
This finalsThis match will be filmed by Not Noticier
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i 3--Aliss Patience F. Alvarez 113 --Rates good chance -- EVEN B-I Tititilt.,5,1mm,3N,.5,,,,,,, Gayer ,, 0 0 10 Albert Loney and Carl 3 BMEN This match will be filmed by Not.
el la ,, .' 7. 4-Resuelto A. Lour ess 105x -Lacks early, speed, ,,f EVEN ."' ..,,,,
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' '' 24 12 21 60 The 'second semi-final , match .. P". :, -, l-''
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' ' ' The Eleta brothers speedy filly Quickie will get
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2nd Race Vinnors Colts ,5 Fes. Purse $630.00 ,- Fool Closes 1:30 victories over Balboa High-and C ' 4. -'-,- - ,i , i ..
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2-Mulchen R. Cristian 110, -Hard to teat, ere, :. ,,, , , :. ':, -, ', .-,.. ,-, ..: ,:. ,, , ,,,,,,,,, .--
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etv.- .-, : 5--Pan TostadoY G Rivera 115 -Distance handliape
' 'lit champion Double Four, the vict,ories ea : ,.. , ., . ,, ,-- ,', ., -,, .: ,' .-1 : ,',,,..,-..-, tire -story of each was cons era ., .... ...,,,,,, , .. , t. : .. .: ., , ,
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, FIRST RACE , 0 I k',11
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' ''t '. ' ' 4 '''' margin. and won 63 to 60. The In- ,
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bECOND RACE 2---Golden W. : A. Credidio 106 --Dangerous thia, time '-e',,'' 3-1 i'll 1 minutes. awaits a variety
-will be-aboard- the classy four .2 :- -- --, ; to retch their- sec. .,
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is 0 7j ,, -44 of, sew eiperioscest. ,, -, :
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; 61Radical A. 'Reyes' B. 108z --,Early. speed only ; .2.1 Monday night they p e. on A COM- ..,,,,: .,
: g.. '1,151 fortable' lead in the first, quarter ,. - your TRAVEL AGENT aow,
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i-;-Felletito $420 S260 ,', "- 7-Daniadure . 0, Challis 105. Islothing recently
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: weight of 124 pounds .which ',may 2--,.. Filen $3.60 ' , 2. ., --. t
; ,... ,., ...... - ''; i -: :. : : -. the third stanza 'before they could .--- '.' ,- ,Sight-seetne, dancing, sew.,
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".', FOURTH ,RACE : : :,' 1 ' ''. ',.-' .., 4 '..".- -''''''' ,' ''' ' ''''' A 7 1 edgeOtit their close 62.0 6q win. ,,,, friendships, the warn) Cos. .,
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. The Gabriel -Ossa Vicua' entry 2-'-Chito $280 ', ,. i - -..1 4 ,. .i, : The' -Tigers' defeuse held firmly .
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1 '''121 '' L ''. -;' B'' B Z '113' Sh Id ily s , hi the first quarter ot Monday -,,
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den, by Chilean, leckeys Guillernio ,. '''-; ,''' FIFTH RACE '7, ,' 1: 2---Bargyle H: Gustines 110' -Could make It here ,'', .2 1' n g s cage con es
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3--.1 J J T I 109x U u ily disapp 'nts ,. 4 -1 Athletie 'Club only a pair. of free ,.., ' ' ' -' T
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'' : lielindoli Gustinea will g u I d e A; : SIXTH RACE '., ,' 5Daniel ' -' ':" R. Cristian 118 --Returns from layoff -. ,,' ',''8,1' school :boys. were racking up 13 in a stimulatine '''' higher o' -0,
1 ... Cromilla while Fernando Alverez ,-1 Paquito $6,20, 32.40. "; 6--Presidente '-'A. Credidio-108 "-Enjoybg good form .5,4 peints ter ir,7,, 116rine put the Ath. : ., ,. ,. .. ,., .. . climate and pleasing cow,- .'' ;'' :.
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8--Don Grau F. 'Alvarez 110 '-Doesn't seem like), '''' lehe Club back into the fieht dui'. ,' ell expense trip tO...., ,...., ,:, .. .:.
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were able ,to maintain a 'comfort- meats.. .. ,,,
Costa Itics awaits' yout,. ,,,,
,.., '.. Chilean thoroughbreds in the, aev : ,eseond Daub's:. 812.20 .k: '.. :,',.':':.'. ''''.'' '. '..'., ''''. ;-"i'i,'""""4"."."-"' : ..., -S1 ''';''''''' ..-'-.''' ty ...' '-' -2' '. able mar eta with 17.rtitiet ,effort
, enth race. The newcomers are Ba. ''i EIGHTH RACE t .. I. Ith Race "A-E's. Native, 6 rei Purse5500.00 Peel Closes 3:00 of their- m and led 11) to 22. at n 411b,
, ' T000a. Glilip0,' Sputnik and Para- 1-kistullari $3,, $220,- ,, 4. i
' sill. Alio scheduled to start in the 2--Bodegon $2 20 ,,' '.' '' ' -; I. ,' ' 2 n' m th ift -7 . telt tillle.. ),- : i ,t 't, t .:. p- ,,i '
1-Saridokan ',It :Vasquez 1 4 o er g i .-..- -1-5 ,, ,. ,,, .
'' ' '-'" 0-,-Ar 1 'j, 11 Gustines 103 -Should be zunnerun - t .2 ".
seventh are non-winner PlaYbo9 ; ,- 1 Quintets, 53.20 : ,q-11 !, - t ... -In the third Quarter A.C. s Bill
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i . : and 'Philipition'whieh will have a ,. NINTH RACE -,. ,' w n a een 'el core ,
- slight edge on, the 'newcomers be- 1-Ragazza $4.80, $3 ,: : ,,:., tdift,L, Jr
4-- a Sus A. Alfaro 102x --Ran well in last ,' '.-!...- el
. ... 'T -'- less tn the first half. started to find '
. cause they arebetter climatized. 2--Romancero $280 ,', ,.,, ,,, . ,' c ..- '- ,'' -: :-. :',. .1 -:-:.::' .' ''.'-', -, '', the tenets-es the Athletic Chits out.' -..-,' ; ,-
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Nine other prospective thrillers - One-Two: $111110,'
. are included on the card. ,.- .:,. '..-, -- TENTH RACE --: ; ... .
) 6th Race' 6th Stpries Imp' 7 Fgs, Purse 5400.00 Pool Chases. 3I40'
- 1st RACE OF THE-DOUBLE. ;- 4-e o '4, pointed Cristobal 17 to1,14:During -
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, s ore MAS '.. ,:- i .....- -, 1-As ynu Like iler .$6, $280 "t '-' ' ' , ',- , : ,. ,' , their,most seriotte threat.Itnotting .'".':' 7''-': '''
-Yesterday, the Hares Carle- 2-Batallon $260 ' 1-Matriculado ; C. Bovil 110 ,-Dangerous cOntender ; I :. '- 3-2 the count at one thne, only. to, have .:,, --. .', ,- ,
i ' thia's good 'fillY Ragazza 'turned - 4' ELEVENTH RACE .', ,',,", 2-Lyrical, II. Ruiz 115i .-Hard. to catch here' -: ,, 2-1 the Tieers-cull 'out te e,five 'yetint
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: in' a-great performance' tri beat 1-Chivilingo: $4140,$2.60',,.. ,t, 3.-The squire : .1),. Aguirre 110 ,-,Showing improvement ''.. ., 4-1 adYsctfee'bv the Po4 el the nuset. .:', '..-., i ,' .: '', ." :' .' n., , :,.,' ,... .. ' . ... ...' ...- ,
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l',.. : ad, brilliant,liative- prospect Ro.: 2-Rutilante $2.40 -;,,' ;, '. 4-Oro 'Purito, ''., J -,Jimenez 106' ..;-Usually.-close up 54 er:',Willi Yount- still ',mettle 1114 ,. .. . ',.., 4 ',..',, :i. : ,: i'':',. ';'. ', 1,, ... ..-.1
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i mantero bone'length in the 02'. i,,, '..' ; - ', L: 5-La Generale B; Baeza 106 -.Tockey should help .. .- 3-1 attscr, the Athletie Clith enntinteet , ; ,' .,. ,,..,,,,, ..,,! ,, '.. ,- : ., ,.
F .:''-: 000 added one mile Labor- DaY 7:.R -.' "'-T-
, 6-Picararo '. : '' .A."Aliaro 102z "--ComPlete 'failure .',. -,''' 3-1 their game effort to 'overtake the ,, .:, ..:'-i, .t.. o : ',... ',' -- ,. ,t, i'
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. Classic. Ragazza,, capably ridden , acetrac Ips i - ,-,,,,:,, ,.-,.... ,,.. ,,,, ,....,-,,. Tigers' In thet final periert,-outseor- 17'; '1- .,' ,...,. ,,, ::1;t-
t ,, by' Heliodoro-Gustines,.. te 0 r e,d '' .. ..,,,,,,,:,,I,,..,..,. .., ', t .:! 7 !' ''.1!4d7 l'z'..r.,.,- --4,- 4 ,'-,,,, :' i :' .. '' ing the winners 21 to 18 'In that ,' ' 4 1 t t .. . '' '' ''' ,f''
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' from start to ,finish in the fost' ,,:,..,,, ,, -,st.l 1-,."' 4.J ', ,imosestio40.0,,,,,00
, 7th Race Spocial !mei'. 3 Ites.Fuese $650.00 F001 doe's 'CIE nuarter but their,,drlite 'fell short ,-. b
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' r : Alcarat Was,,thirdto a o o th e r -, :71,,,,, BY ;CONRAD() '.., r't 4 ,1:' '' ', ,' ,-, '1. : ,,4 7 1' ' ' 1 '. '. Kirkland hittine for-tbe rigire In
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- s '- length behind.r.The other strolled .... -. 77: ;-72 t' ,!,. ; : .. '' ' 1-Baranoa H. Sales 112 --Hag good wor outs ' 3.1 , '-
' '.. in the following'order: Golden Ro 1 Filit !' 1 R t dr d ' '' ''
-nisciti 0 2,--Gazapo 1, .. R ,Crishan 15 epor e y spee y ,,, .,.
5 2 the eluteh to eke out the close'de-
cision, 62 to 60. 0.'..t. ; : :.. ....,,,
' ket Summer Party, .,Manando 2-Pan Tested ;. Manuela' P. 3--Soutnik :-. V.', Ortega ,M '-Good. sprinter too. -..,,,,, .,.',.. .-51 t .1 ., ,,,,,, ,1,,.. :., ....,...., .. , ..,,,,-. 3 ,. ., .. .s .. .
ID 2-Sta ; .. ,. e, Julie
1' ague and Mouche. 't i ". Ps 7- r.... ,5. 4--Phillipipon i,r, ., B, ;Bleu 108,,,71rorm indleates ,,,,,,,
'; -Ragazza paid $460 to win and $3, ,,4--Don Luis. ,,,i.i,: ,.i,;iji Jape L5...rarasoL, L ,A,,,Veseuez 115 yr-Could score .in debut.,,,'.. 4,, ,,'...3.1
1 1 Aroul throws actuallytold the sto. - ..' -- ,, ' ,, -- ... .' ' .'
, ty'of .the' third -sueeessive -Cristr4 -' s',e '3 ;!' 1 '',-,7 -4-'4 :-;'1 ; -';,.:. -r;?' -:w.::'... ''',...-f-i. 1, -.-;,i..: '.
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NtigIZ:dt;.:',..: .1tyrifyclaa. .6--. P. lay. Boy -...,,,s.'11..Onstines 1.05' ;ltra.tei., good' chalice:41 .. is, bat ,win, for, this Athletic "CIO ILO, 7'. ';'". Ai t '.'' ,' '''" I 'tuck -,' .' ' '" ; '.. -';';; :-',...',f
: : -. RagazzaRomancero, returned 6-- 14 1 I .... ,. N ,' .. ,, .., : : ,f ,' :. tunny :outscored 7 Cristribal ; from : I t A,t c-r-P-P,41c .,,.. :, :. .4
t .., .' '. $18.60. Favorites dominated the 7- p .
'Gaza o rbillippon .: ., f .. ,i. ,.. ---r---,-. ., ,, ,.. .... ,., .. .,.,...,,,.........,. ,
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win dividend. -'
' 4. Gustines and- :Braun -- Baeza 11-rSoberttno.t. ,:,:, ,M ija '' .' ' '
,,, . the fleor,24to 22, b field SOala ; ''' 't ), ,-'.:,--. .- -, '- ,- -' ' ''
Stit Race.'Nen-Winmrs 5 .!, Fes. Fermi $45000. ,, Peel Closes 4:40
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e ', ,' OUINIIELA : i ,' ', Bid C.11,5,ist:18pottits hi 211
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, 1.-Cuciti ;, 7g ..2'.',..... lit. Sales 115 .--Should make It here EVE;r4 .. ... .,.
, rot c ass roue trip- by plane 7., 7'4! t '. .,'' p 7 -.',, :.: :
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t 4 7 ,,, - y ,. yx.; erelee sn e e goa 3. .. , - ,'",-.-',,, ; ,:,.,; ;1 i, ..,,. gl, 1- '. ,; ,, 41'
, 3--Corviglia,-. F.,Alvarez 105 -41as shown nothing-, '.0:..- aa :
.. .. ,' -1. -;,:! -;tt ,.... 1 .,- ; ..- 4-Loberia .' ,.: F..Hidalgo 112 --Longshot. possibility -,, '
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- i ' 7 6-Doble PIA 108'-Will fight it out-
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,,,,, land were the in f tans et to your Ote .-,,. - ..Li : , '7 .. 7 e,:! ; ..- , .. 1,
man and Geore Kirk. -i .;- ; 1 , ,,,,,.-!,,.,,.- -, -,,,,-,,-., ; : .-
ma cogs o Cristo. 0
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- .. s ' ''''' 1: --- : ' '. L,I .. ', ,;., t,' ecored 16 'points 6 white Kirkland : -'
' ',-.'':...-:-,,:':' Established' 1893 -.
7 s ,,1 had.14 'end both were stronr, on ' ,
Tourist cies. hotel -accommodations .t ', .,.. - .,;,
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- .. '2. '' 9th-' ace ,5th Seriss Imp. 7 Fes. Furs. $500.00 ,!, Fool Closes '3'13
, the reboundc Cristobal wse hurt ''''' ''.' ' ' l ''' ''-'' ' --' ''' ''' ''' '''' b h d'ff
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- THIS SPACE
FORONFORNIATION
Automobiles.
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FOR SALE 1954 Chevrolet
convertibk, light blue, radio,
1 heater, new top, new Mtread,
, 36,000 Ian, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 61150... Quarry Heights
2185 or Amador 5152 after 4
FOR SALE 1956 Pontiac. 6
cylinder, autoniatic shift, radio,
4 door Sedan. Only '17,000
miles. Excellent Illy. See at 627,
Anton. Phone 2-1727.
w000m:,01.0,
t FOR SALE -- -1956' Ford 9
', passenger powersteering. Many
extras 12,000 miles. Sacrifice
S1650 Balboa 2718.
FOR SALE star chief
Pontiac conyertiblci. Beautiful.,
.colot., Excellent:condition,' wily
,'$1500 cash. Finance office, Co Co!
! Co! total Army 85;1101.
.'; 7011 SALE 1957 ford Thum.
derbird Convertible Sport Coupe.'
car in excellent condition
with low mileage. Duty k paid.
Phone Coco Selo 575 for ap-
- wpointment.' ,
, WEI PAY t SPOT CASH FOR
GOOD LATE ,-','M'ODEL 'CARS.
Phone all day,' Panama 1-4966, v
; 1-2616. AutosEisenman, next
', to Coca Cola ;stint
- FOR SALE ---; 1950 Ford Con Convertible.,
vertible., Convertible., Radio. Good tire's. Tel.
6-318 or house 189-B Gamboa.
FOR SALE .----1955 Ford V-11
Country Sedan, excellent condi condi,
, condi, tion priced for quick sale, du duty
ty duty paid. Phone 3-7547 or 3.
- 6273 Panama.
FOR SALE 1951 Hurlsoe,
excellent condition, new tires,
'' getting shorh best offer. Call
I Rodman 3434.
IPA SALE -- 1955 Chevrolet
iisdan .110 series 4 door, excel.
!Jest ,condition. Phone 25-3024.
,rpR SALE -- $295, Nash,
050,, 4 door.- Very good op-,
rtearance and mechanical con..
plitiovo. Telephone, Balboa 2723.
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IOR ', RENT '' COMMERCIAL
!LOCAL,' .in Juite
Ave.' 37:11: Tel.: 24341'.;,

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RAVI Toni AD wren DNS OP OM AGM'S OS one omen AT IS-41 tr- INTIM 1PANAIWOL-. treceput ppyrtAgo.4 stryea pc ys 4 AGIEDCISS Need Money?? 15 MINUTES CAR mime Higher' neat Sears'
- ,- iNTENNAL. Dig PUBLICACIONFSNo 3 Loiters Plaza CASA runci--c i A 46 411. LOURDES PHARNIACV--ist La Carespquilla PAIId4CLI LOnt-
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BARD(N.-No II "V Massa MORMON-4th al July 1 vs lb eldni V.. Ti, li Ne 4 PASMSCIS LAIADo LNID06-146 tential Ave LOANS. Contact Arias ea, Town- TELEVISION SERVICE Free
PARMACI4 LUA-litt Centrai Avenue SNAP-HOLD FrECRANIGLI
Pliti ii!E:s!OICAb"-se.ANI..41 ;FOTD THINTJ. shenal, "Q Street Na.12-117 Tramportation. April SpeciaL
tts Arevemens A vo and 33 M liskiliti ACM
, - - VAN-DE11-316.-44 Masai Nis, 113 PAOMACIA SI itirrusacstretors. 7Adfkame 7 goad "Alum mur,...gja ;arm 7"," "OVUMUS 411iiii 11460 near Olympic. Stadium: TeL 2- -Same day Service. Crawford A-4
. -,---,a--a-,-- the Soils Vista TheatreL, Cos esit Ceetrel Avenue 11.163 TeL US ' ' r,'' ' ,
, . - v .262S. Panand, R.P. .- '' gums Com. Tivoli Ave. NO.
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18-20. ToL 2-1905. ,
' FOR SALE 1954 Chevrolet FOR RENT --- Furnished one ,
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dibk light blue, radio, a bedroom apartment, automobile ,
, 1011VO ,, V t
1 l beater, new top, now retroadt. : row. $70 moslIllY TolaPhallo ,Ilesorts 2 ., II 'Miscellaneous I ,: Home Articles
, ,-, Excursion With Lunch. Swim, ,T.V. SET OWNERS. Avail your-
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, 36 000 miles, excellent condi- Balboa 2870. , , ,,,
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, ..:: shell collecting, sightseeing. self of the best for your T.V. ,'
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N ehts ' ' ; ,- ; ". -, 'Phone Panama.. 3-1660, Jungle U.S. 'TELEVISION offers factory , ,,,
. tia" $1131 Quarrt ei" FOR RENT Modern seatious ,,, SHRAPNEL'S furnished hamas,1 FOR SALE Care and Trucks : FOR Shl.1 :,,i Beautiful lute --... ', ; , :: 2 ',- ,' lint, El Pattoma Hilton, Panama. , trained technician plus no pick-
. 2111 or Amador 5152 after 4 ;::
' , ---a - ,, two bedroom '. furnished 1111tt on beach,' Phone Thempsee,:, accessories, also spare parts tat sectional avoralrobe ,r mahogany :' ,' I-, 7 ; ; ),','" ".,',,,,,'' ,!, MINI Cristobal 2116,- Jangle : ne and delivery charges. Phan ."
, P.m. : mint. Ave. Pen) 37-20. - -, ' Balboa 1772. ; - -,- Diesel, 'Caterpillars. G.M.: mo- $90.00. Quartermaster- bed -. ta. h
wANTaD Y h heal :J Nets, Washington, Colon. Panama 3-7607. ' ' ' ,,
- -- out VON 111
' ' FOR SALE 1956 Pontiac- 6 ton, refrigerators, gate vaults. $20.00. Tel. 35320-1-,' ' l'-'' .'
, ,, h.fg radio A FOR RENT -- Modern, tomfor- FOSTER'S Cottages end Largo we, also have for sato ons ,, plots. Can Cristobal 2762.
Elks Club 1542 restaurant un... TELEVISION SERVICE. Abiliti,
, ylin-er, autoniatoc s 1. ... ,,,.
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. 4 door Sedan. Only -17.000 table two 'bedroom apartment ; Beach House, Ono mils past the; "GMC" )12 ton tu FOR SALE -"Volume Kenmore
ck in good, SH : a t h f S honesty, and :customer utisfac-,
WANTED.... We pay CA fer or olow managemon c a on-
' b s 627 with maid's bedroom. two bath- Casino. Phenol Balboa 1866., :
- miles Excellent uy. se at ,,
e dining room condition. Ws salrall kinds of : saut"matia "thine machine' 1116 -.: 1955 CheviolotA door 6 c l PI' Lamont, master. of culinary ties. NO SERVICE CHARGE this .:
y to-.
1727 ' ; MIMI' "vitt- 11"11E '' PHILLIPS: Oceanside Cott
' Almon. Phone 2- ages surplus moteriaL" CONTINEN-a, new., Rattan tea cart. Call Al." 'der Autos' lisonman. Tab. 2- ' arts., month 'only., 'FREE ESTIMATE
- con ; terrace - rags, hot
------ hal 2 ea 0 R d P Pho P 'TAL SUPPLYERS Central Ave
Santa lara . no a-, k, .. ,-
: ok 4113 "; '
bre 36 , ?
4966, 1-2616,- mixt Coca Cola -0 ,,
, 'before regain. Ask for MISTER
ter with or without furniture. (
" :, i FOR SALE ---r 1956' Ford 9 ,- wa , . ii TOR SAL11-. Horse with saddle TV Ph n P nama-2-3142.
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7" -name 3 1877 Cristobal 3-1673 :" "a. IL111' ''' 13th rk' I'll' FOR-SALE 1-- Double Sof la d r133t- :' -' -4-- '' I $ g 00 Cal 2- . e el a
I ; er powersteering.' Many Phone No. 3 -0444, No.- 31,
, , passeng t71088-11 Apt. 1091,- Colon I a7. s an- bd. net 4.. .' I ,
'1 tras 12,000 miles. Sacrifice ': 48th Street. : ,"' ,
ex Baldwin's furnished iPartmoots ; almost sew, $75.00. Phone 3-0 ,,,, ,, ,, - ; 1891 2-IS9S.-
.-- -:, Protect' 'your home and proper.- ,'
, S1650 Balboa 2718. ', ,
' t Santa Clara Beach Telephone 7221 from 1.00 te -3.00 and :- F-' 4 s-, ' ,,,
, : :FOR SALE --' MCC' 'registered :. ' ' ''
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rice Poll3 S!tols- -: , ty against lilted d a an a g e.
' 4 ' '' 9 ' '4.'''. Prompt :scientific treatinent ot
1 FOR RINI' Plicoly tuthisithil , ' To B t 8 II P 1 6.00 te COO p.m. a ',
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dd tri orao, A Smith,' Balboa 3681, ,, i Y es on u ups') name i i to start the series.' : ,, -, :
' FOR SALE -.11955 star chief apartment Inc' 1311 to 9 , - diets : : delivery 6251.461 Buena emergency- or monthly budget
arlor-dinin room, :.
';'0' : Pontiac convertible,,, Beautiful., ,', tor, porcha P 0 .. a, it, ., Ventura Place, Los Rios. ,-7
, FOR SALE :1112 cubic' foot ro- n s. ' B II ,',...,- 'tion In
-, rrhe temporary eta ..
p Oita MN 6 orrice,
I sis T Is h P t S
''., ;color Excellent:condition,- sly bedroom, kitchen, garage. Ttlea ; ,..-;.1,:. 00th S' .. : frigerater, $100.00, 4 burner t 011: 1'1 gRitto'' 2.: '., ''' Cristobal will ,be under the di- a a
' 0 At ,ii 4141,0 -- rection 'of Dr. R. E. -Moore, of Panama 3'7377.6t Cain' 1777.- ,
' Ift Co- II steelier!. c $55-00- APO'''. , -: .. FOR SALE -.a- 1 l'alL. ty.' ea electric range., S100-00. lath i ,,, .., , . i
t , $1500 cash. Finance de, , a s ) t '
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. I Army 85:;2101; ', -, ,' No.,122 Via Belisario Porno, near
f rota Refrigsrator, excellent -, condi- 60 cycles. Sofa and matching Ti. ,.1 the Coco Solo Hospital Staff. ' ,,, : ; .,.,,,
, r ,.tly vityrtri iy :,, Injections will be given by Mrs. MOTORISTS LIKE DELAY ..,
.-.---- Reosevalt Theater.' t -' , Can' 4 burner gas stove with chair, $3131113' Pawn'''. main'
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, Oa Wilk 01 1111A ,, liesai104,1 ''' Nellie Humphreys, Industrial TAKOMA, PARK,' Md. UP),'--A : :
' i 4 ;, FOR SALE 1957 ford Thun. rot RENT Beautifully fur., 1
broiler.: like ,nswi, marble ,' to t., ,- scooter, $5000. Nuartent '4 1 7t ,-, , f(, 0 4 . -'
' droom nishad boughs. in room don-
' bral C edible Sport Coupe; .. FOR RENT Two be ,, P 9
t der a onv r : kitchen fib, diiiing room wide ,116-5221. Albrook.,, , ,
- ' '' area nurse and Mrs. Erma tight.fisted money policy 'in city ...
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' This ur in excellent condition apartment, maid roam .
and sew. bla touch, refrigerator, kitchen Injections against poli0Mye- hall 'here is proving a godsend to ,
-, -. h h d with I chairs; bamboo living Forbes.' Pacific side school
Amsemena s- cabinet wit attas e store.: ,
with tow mileage. Duty paid. foe, garage.' lust , ,,,, FuR SALE -.Miscellaneous litA will be administered' tree nurse, assisted by' Miss Gloria motorists.- Police are running out
,, ; venue 37-11 Tel 2-2341,,, : bath, and entrance indoponoont.,, ,,
. , room Suite, It' pion; two doll- 1; h id d : Ty s f ' of a kin tickets and town offi. ',:.
ouse e goo s, -sot, so 4,4 o .charge next Thursday. et a ward. ,,,, :, f ,,,, . : p r g
' Phone Coco Selo 575 for ap ,A . ,,
bla bed inner spring ttros ''
t ----!--7 No. -1,152nd .Stroot Phone 1- h b W Ma a Piano.- Hauls 0922 -Amadpr temporary' ,vaccination, station , r,,o,,,, .,, ,, ,., , ... dais have been slow in apProPri. ..
, ,; pointment. , , :
FOR RENT -'- Baautifullis fur- 0638. k'. ''' ;. ,,,1111 ex springs; la ace desk ant ,, toad. ,, ;,,,,,,,,, ., ' -,,, t' whiCh will, be set up by : the The Health' Bureau his an. sting cash for more., ,.. -,
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- II' PAY SPOT CASH FOR ,-, mishit' ,two" bedroom ape m
,, W cheir,:. 1957, bincoln Premiere,- a .' Health Bureau-1n the Industrial e that 1 accordttnce ' '' :,
Comfortable fur.'
, ',- GOOD LATE :MODEL 'CARS. : large living, diCing.,thot water,, FOR RENT ..- . ,,,
wondedul car. Consider trade
, FOR SALK Swedish askwith P 4
,, Area Firat .A.4 , DOW d ,..21,-
Station, BUlld WILL MARRY OFFICER
7 with --therecoromendations of ,,,,,,,,,, . m
' ; phaaa all day Panama 2-4966, balcony,, maid's ;quarters, bun- : nished room with cooking facih-, 0 Ily ,,,
f r 1957 1958 F rd' Ph : :: AA"1"''A A L ''
. ,"e, ,,. chilli.' si,----1--- 11.-ern. -61"--4 int 5108, ,Mount Hope.. , ,,4 Teresite ag.
.' -- 't E. at 'al em 'garage gardenar's ties. Splendid residential ,, area.L A 3.5783, ; ',,, .4.. ; -; -:"noom :set, 'Motorola TV,' bunk; ,, ; ' the, Public Health Service Ad- inn-vi-u-dt, Ur) --
t 2-2616 Autos-. ssenman, no rt .13 ,' ". .. .. The station is -being -estab- is Co ittee the resent saysay d a u g h I e r of the late t
a a ' a included. 3-3884, Ail 41rd Street No. 13. : -,, ,' '' ''t' r .. .- bodso washing mac s
' '' kin. lamps 1 nt t an arY ram P PresidentRamon Magsaysay, and
' ', ',, le Coca Cola Plant ; servec ,, , : FOR SALE. ,....- Sandie ", Gas 7 t, e as eonve ence or
1 h d a three-dese ,. schedule of ', Salk
I after' B p.n. plea. d bl d' h
' :' Clothes Drys '''' 11 bi ft ' tate"' chair' a" 11 a awe ts employes. of the various units vaccin Lt Frankie, Vargas will be inar. -''
, .. .: FOR SALE ,--: 1950 Ford Con- ; eprovides: ample pretec-
, ..-- :, FOR REtir -- Cimpo Alearci 1 ri .. eu e .. ..,, .. chairs; 911. rw., rafrk,,
located in the Mbunt Hope Area 'led' early. in :June Mrs. Luz
- 'big Radio '',Good tire's. Tel. ,,. FOR RENT ---. res e room Nicely furnished, cool mm, , ,, Pot Re Monitor with lreeir.., 77.7", Li cis ,,inari hil'hia tion for the time being 's,nd the ',,, ,
f ,-. : sorti ., Banzon ,-Magsaysay : announced
: or'chest '' 60 .crolo ,T1DPIR 'four- 9. a CI 7 ." v v and althOugh la Prime Purmse ee o A fourt in ectiou 'has :
n d f r II I ..,
a, 6-318 or house 189-B
Gamboa aoartment with ill modern coma : ,,,,, private bath, rielicious meals, ,
' -IA A ..,. 1 Items. Daytime 202116,evenine .,, yesterday. ,,Vargas is the OD 0 k kt
t kt '''. (Mies atear EL'Panama Hots1.4-' huropson style. Call 3,1789; ' ,, ia to, rovid the
burner Gas Stove; .:awaYlall'a,otow's"':- -- 242010 ., -,,, '' . P' 4 I Yes-
- third in not yet -been determined.
Def n S c tar Jesus Var as i
e se e re y g , ,,
' FOR SALE A sos5 Ford V-8
. For al 2 4217 ' ', tie-Washer, 60 cycle: r ValiaM
ewe ,eall Part1M1 .. ., , , t ,,, - ,,, s, 1 t , ''''' 1 ton of lhe ser ea started,'Iast ,, : :, :. ,-, , ,. i ,,,,
1 Country Sedan, excellent condi- .,,,,. ; .,:. ,, ,, ,k, :,...,....,......,. ,,,, ,. Gar Hot Water Heater; TV An-, Au St these persons who have Ar phystellin;)7'however, may.,
,, FOR 'SALE, 7.,--,a -,Usod -', plane:. 110 a
,- ...: ; tion priced for quick sals, 'du-. i',.---..,-,
:' -In 2" l'17 '"'' 0 ,,,, t ',, ,,'', tonna; misc. thousehold articles.. $ 5 ci m- d g- t in. r not '4already, etarted the -injec- decide to,issut,fourth injections ,,
- E '
, ', d Phone 3-7547 or 3-, FOR RENT -- Two e room a.
b ti .- ''' B 1 'ti Motor's'.
00 S . . ... ,, 19 .0 de. woo mu asa ..,
4, t vwnea leaving isthmus.: tot., Va. s.- tit, ink do o 'at' this time when a patient is travelling-to
struments. -- Records four speed .. na Y 8: .4 BEEFEAT R -.:,
,, ,.,. ti Pat
' ', '," periniont,:a furnished, ground ., , , ; I llama 3-6096. ".., t- - Hi-ri from; 2 Anaone eligible to reetiVe a !place where polio incidence - , ,
1 ',I -, 6273 Panama. ; , $31.00. Phone . .. . ; Hi
, floor. 'Very good condition, , T
.2131 Panama : ,.,- i, ,, ,,,..: medic care in the.Canal Z011e is high or when local outbreaks G
,,,,,,,, FOn SALE -- 1951 : Hudson, $75.00.1esi da Fibrego Ave- , FOR SALII-.- Conn 'Electrie - a re eive the injections it occur. The fourth vaccination
14 beai 15; H.P,' motor ,and :- "- 111 3' c fr, e- ,, v 4, .
t 4 II t c ndition new tires, No ., .. ,., ,.....,..
. exce en o nu to. roar rnuou, 3 : a: , organ 25 or 60 cycle ', current,', ,,,,, -- was -anOnunce : ..
d. The vaccine 'is need' not be given sooner than r ,
0 REO'''Y'.
trailer. Complete-, outfit- less f ideal for home or small church TOMMY STEELE M B
'1). tt'ng short.; best, offer. Call ',' 6074. : a ,(,. ',..., , ,:, th
, .ti tt being provided free, of charge a year after the third FAmoull THE -
, ,... ,L.. :.- ao 212 years old ler $599-91', -, $1300.00. Can be sun at No. -, DUNDEE,- Scotland (1.11))--noals ,,
t ' I Redman 3434. ,, , , by the- Canal ZOne Chapter of ' ' ' '- ''". RLD 0
..litiO VIER : .,
- :' ', -', 1' 4 ' II 0 'n' roll
FOR REV Furillshod' apart..., Call 3 1673. st..,,, ) a ,-, -- -19 ,lor 4-34), oat 44th St, a a singer Tommy, Steele, 21,
,1 '11 the.' National ,. Foundation ter , I,
',v JO SALE --- 1955 Chevrolet ,;men-,, ,,
r livingroom,t : bedroom , : , ,, Vista, all alai:Friday. end ;Sat. t nursed et injured shoulder today ,,, L ,, , .. ,, , -. ... ..
1 ' ;pada 410 series 4 door, excel- "''' kitchen - ,,,' , : ' ' t '-'1' bein knocked DCODSCIOUS '' '' t'. ; ',. ., ,
diningreom, porch, urday.!-,,,',, :' ,,., ,.. 4 After g ti ,
REWARD . -
Infantile Paralysis.- -. ; ', ,-,4,, , , :: : ...., Distilled irk Londos
) i t cofidition. Phone 25-
- .. g el 1 3024. ' beautiful view centrally located, , ,; , a by, a 'creating, mob of girls wel
since illso
' '.. ',FOR SALE -- $295,:' Nash, cool, quiet. Phone 3-0276. 't Hotel: HOLLAND 11 FOR SALE 0 I e 'f it :
OtiSt
3 I a oW oma ; coming him back from., a Scan, 2 Those destrin ithe third in-
fection ha b 1 t d' to
ve een reques e For tetirn of lost package of . - -: .. ...
,
. v ok -', left. 50 discount ,on all PIP. ''t: dineviin tour His tetn. lige tans Foto ,, Envelopes' with film : .,. Distributors .: ,
t :; tp5o,,A door.- env to P . ,, ., ,.., ,,, ol ,-,,," -, ,,,,- ,,, ,-,'- "' "" ekes a 60,1 ft if ou tette all k le. :, th t present. the- ,blue : Immunization
, , channel con- ,
t 1 t 'of their high 1 i mint. from the hean oi .1 o y i attac ed Stee on e s age and Prints. Area of Avenida : ,'DESTILERIA' CENTRAL .. ':
,a ttearance and me ad submit Tallget p 5 , card at the time of va riattort .
'', .plition. Telephone. Balboa 2723. ,,
schoolTecords and of their college ,. ..,,,.. , ... :, , ,,,, .1 ,:
, el any item.: Fieureteees lamp Wednesday. night 'during the- first -- ci -- ll Panalaa ,. Call Panama : : Panama - I
ding or , 3011 4ose, Lost(' KICO textures end bulbs 18 8 a EY. rerfor
'' r"6"1"I"'""'"'''.....11 records:1,f they are atten , , ,,,ur
1 ' '' ' oil wood 'trews Ls7,;( 21t paint our following Iiit'llfdav intio ', ,' Special reauest forms. els will : .,. . -- . .. ' ',
mince of ; a nes, British. 0 1-0508, ,,,,, :,.. i ':: .; ,- ., ,. ' '1 " : ':
, be avallable'torthose who wish
,

be aVallable-for, those' who wiSh II ... ''''.' ' 4.. .' II. ''' ' 1
W ,:, ,,,, ,,,, ,, L ,, ,. ,,, recoros a
.- 1 S.tet
- 4 ommercia ,, i
I have attended college,' ',.',,,-- -.' '''' ,Comolettile' modern vonventencei In u ." tewl 01.
ga awe, a w ,,
ON '100; 200' and 300- oowir;Paaiinto:,:,. four followiiig biii-O'd-a-y-tou-r-777'
C didates Must bi,, 'male citi- Suites and Bun 1 it ith : brushes 12.,,,..4411 microscopes .. ; ' .. 1. ', s.''1, a '4-:---: 4 ,s- m ., ,,,, 2, , '
privat ,.hath..., Bet, an,d co. Id wat .
1 t BUYS EQUIPMENT PIEMo,;,',..; "1"1111"1"11;. . . ', .: :....'
zenS of the 'United Stater or Pa..
t '' '' ' ' n ma must be of good character, ,.- .prieet ag 'and sg dalli; 1"' ,, minum pipe etrenehos',7,'1011.,0 !,r .., SOUTHBftIDGE, Mass, (Op) -; -".; .'.', '-. .- .,. ..-. ,. . .. ,., ..,...,,,.., , ... ,., ...,. r ,. ,,, . .. . .,. ,. ,..
,),-- '1101t ', RINI '---, COMMERCIAL' ; a
'' ' LOCAL,' in init.' 'Amemoni:''
I .. A 37.1-1 Tel 2434V.L; -,',,, ,.
, vs. must Ale-,11tgb,,,
at least 17 !1,,.2 years of age, Ind. ... ,.. -,afith. m, eala:,,,,,......... sismga;5,2wicidinchoielni&I,,,,,TfienetsisToIcalhealy:it, AnmeriCan f: optical.., Co-juesday' '';' ....:', ... :. ..,,,, ,. ... .. i . ., -,, ,, . ..! : !,. 3.,..,, ,
under' 23 as of next July- 1, They cet
maphiltan kitchen -; i.' .. ; , ii -1 flounced:Acquisition ot ,, Hallett '',.' ''. .,' :, '.1 .), : I''''-',''''',' l -,..c -., ''',.' ''', ..,, .' ,i .:' ; '5 '7 .3. e',.'''''":'. .:.,eje. A :- t:. -- ''1,. , ..
achool graduates ,:.. Jtorse deltic ,....: .. ':' V1411411 Ilts; Its .roPair ,ustri. i Engineerhig Co., of :Bliffalo:, N.y,. ':-,. t' --' ' ''. '. .! ''-- ,. : .. ". ; -- ,' :' '-4.f.'-i--- -- ',, ., ,',; -;
, ,- -, .- ., .- with a reading, writing and speak, .., , ,,,, ,. r iv,- t and',144(tr,,. yellow ',,traffi4,-aelut ,,, for in undisclosed sum- : Mating t.
, t ..
' A.,: anal 'Getting' 'few.'
i . rot Feserfations ,,p.-,-,, ,--
ing ,kntist)edges,of2, Englisb; Isth-, 4 ,. Box A 4.5i t,..,,.,,,..,,,. ,,,, :,,,,,a611' ,Moal. i 0,40 ft, ilm,;'Nf.'11.t It1111,' the ;dental 2 eciuiptient. bust, ,,,,,v,-... .sl. 1 -, .. ., 7 -1 -
i'.; 160 OUR ',111)1EnTisE -:i- ,: ., k .:-,, ''
; mian residents .W111 be given pre- ,,,,,,, ,, ,:.,in. ,,,,,, ,-, ,,, p, ar 1,..34) ,1-,,f. 4!h st.,!1111,y0:. sees, .,--. I,. -;,,:,,, ,,,,--,,,, '4, ., y 1 .: .., '- ''. s. 1 :,.'1,; .'''',.' '7,::. ., .., '. 1.,A.,,. : ...,'.. ..., .,;. : ii: -- .e . ,...1, ,I. 1: V ., : , : ,' ; : ,:, : . ...
ference 'for the apprenticeshivs.,
manage0 Bpi and 'Elinor lament .N ',Itia11111 day.; t ...,: -: 1:. A',,, ' 4 - k ; .,, t, ,' -- ,. ,.; :. ;.'. ',- r:1:... 3. '; : 1'...1' ,';'...,',,, ,, ,. ,. , ... i .., ,.... -'
. s- ,,,, 4. : ,r111111ar'rroinloomm. , wonasnalwal 4'. ,7. : . '.. ,.. , ., 7 ., ., ''!i e- '',-:01,2,;,. ',r '-' .-- , ...,.. ,-., ,-...,.. .' ''- -, .- '' ''' '' ' '
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' ,ir . zelm15 auLmlunsct t'e-o-f-go-071.--Cita-r-acter, , price g' irid 'ss daily, r minum pipe machos' ,7101',. ',, soUTHERIDGE, Mass., WP) -;.- r f .' '' ''.,,, ...: ,-, , .; ; , t ,,,, ,,,,, '..i c , 4...,, ,
, 4 .101t RENT OOM MERCIAL ,.., with meals: 'i ' 48", -windshield fhr 57 Chet : American Optical.. Co. .Tuesday -' r, ,' ,. : ., ,. ,' .1 , v ., i ', ., 1,, ,'''' ' ', 1 ',-,''' 1 :,5; '' :
. : , - and 52 Lincoln iTintad Gialal announced acquisition of Ilannit '', ' '. 1 I; .:' .," ,-". -- -.. , 7 2 ...'k :.,: ,' gl ' '..' '5' .' '"' ''''''''''' :ii4' :' ' '' '
LOCAL, in Just Amemona
A' ;a.' 37-11. Tel.' 2.2341,1....
1 ant lea'st 17 1,,2 years ot age, but
under 23,88 of next July- 1, They
must ,,le.Ittgb,..a.c oo gra ua CM DibAltan kitchen ,,-; ' t 1. .
, itotoe 114111, , .. ...,. : Morals's kits; to tonaw ;,.11,11. Engmeermg Co., of ,BufIsto. N y ." ' tc -' ' , .... , ,: .; ,' -'!' ' ,,,:'
nd hastr allow traffic int for d' los d
: ; ., , : with a 'reading, wrhitinlg anddspetaeks-, rot tanre, 4.- 14,ittioti .,i,'. 0.,,, -' a ,' 1' 7 , lia ,, an un Ise e Alm, putting t ..
' ' -160 OUtrADVEEITISELIS .. '. --- '
I ,f : , ,; ,, iii , ,ei ing ,ktinstledgesiof English.. !et-. ,, 4 ,.,n, ...I T .-.., ,,, ',,,,,and many ohm, harm,. Na. 11, it in the ;dental 2 expliPipent. busi, 4.-- .. ....,1: s. i, .: .-, .,, .: i ,,,, ... I ... l- h-'!-,,,,,, I.:.,,,......,,..: ,.: ,r.. ,i''., z. ,-1 , ,.
lee residents will be given Pre-' ,- ',,( D" r" -7 '.'''' -''.- : et 111-34) et 44!h St. sone Ye!, less,. . J ......, ,', 1,, ,,t 1 , 1, :', -:, ,, ,, ..,, , , ,; ..,,', .,,,-, .,,,. ,, v ,-.,, , , 1..
I Gethog tow
t ana inference for the apprenticeships. Nithotaieri nin 'end Elinor Jeweler. 'N ta '41t1 floy,,,',,'; ,- '' '''it 4 ' '''' ''1 t t '''''' '' i '" i '' '':'''' '', ,,,:,.' ,, ., ,,,- ; ', - ,, ; ," t
. With-. a -view' toward improving service and, correcting ' ,
, t)
'', t', ".,, ".' -', , i -,,. Limited exception to the age re- , i
' ouirements may be made for' ve-
in .' Irm, ApplIcalions ,,, , '' Hous s ,
, terans. , Service ersonnet -.. e ,.,,,..,, ,, 1
- ITED
, , , ,- 1 i Selection for the apprenticeships t ' - - -. ;,, 4. ,- 0 . . -
I '' or Appronhcesmps wittch, will,,be -offered in both me.'
, i h nical artdieletric8ttrades. will. Government ImpinyeeS '.. ,; ,
, Ate ellelble to 'Menke ithat NEW FOR,RENT ,..... Two hadraama- ;,,. i Ifilliern
:., '- ,''; ,, : irregularities 'that 'occur, Involuntarily, from- time to time,1,, ';',.
, aeil mairg 1,0111, shalsf, lalseo , l'ittlifiVEK-, .. ,THE PANA31,A 1431ERICAN hai-established a' Specia17.,- ',7" ,-,' .'. '.- ''
, -, ., ,, ',, i,..1 1 f a be based In part On a competitive! or; fisEnk canter ec am. ese 2ne, lour
1 : Closing date for the p. ng o p
which will reouire piost of the Ptel a ear fiu'aug,1, ; ksi ,D1,11 Flyrtis. Na.,12 Fasa,, . ,, ,.., t :, , , , ...,,,, . .. ,-- .. , . . ..'.'
ications for apprenticeships ,to.
flev: will be elven Saturday; 'Slav . Agency -, ,,,, dens.: .,. , ,, ':'., ', .: ,-, Ito 1 1111P11 II
I offered by- the Panama Canal
10: in ronm 214 at the Balbon 'High
.: ,, FOR RENT Furnished hauta.
, i. I); .1C.,Klpe'pDresEentitli!IN,04, Frt ; ., ,., chalet styli, living dining ,Toomi ,i ; .. , .. .,. ,. .,,. , ,, ..,,. Ir ,, , ,1 ,, ,, , , .,, ., ,, ---, - - ,, ,,
, ISIPLIIIULIAL ..: '', I 2 :.. : .-', ''. -, : -- ,' ';'- '.-,- 4 -. '1' - ' - '''' ''
i ompany this yeitr is next Wed WedSohonl.
Sohonl. WedSohonl. The examination will im imove
ove imove normal ,knowledge' 1 ' ' f.
r sday,yersolniel Bureau Officials
GOVERNMENT'EMPLOYEES w' 2 medium ,bad,00mi -,, service, Ab ' - . '' ''' .." : 2. i -. tr-I L'' "...
: phasized this ,week. , ,. !in'. 2 t 8:4' 52'm' -' :
' 0 FINANCE CO- kitchen, porch,' ate. 411th Street
. , , ,,,, ., '-", ', .-,,,,,--''' '
t
, ,. I ,, , ,, . OR I Or
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE- ROW ., ,.-
I .. Although -3 number of inquiries W:r ILL FURLOUGH .40. O.,
, p cit. . 1 and Uruguay Street; Bout vista '01 n0"4 :furnishing!. Ae .: . ,
.. ,. ,
r ave been received' concerning the ', ytyv. 'Aft,......... -.:,... , rhonrritsf...-.4isss' -.: r left hand No' 25. '' 1," i l'.t '..:: m"'a''n'ag. i riarix: .' ''',''' ; L2, ' .
.. ,,,, ,,,J.K.tk furf",..--0. The New'
I pprenticeships. only 10 complet.
York New Haven and Hartford
, 'OR 'RENT Pals era chalet) perience helpful,- bpt not , ,, -- . J ,- , ,' ; - ,
i '.'4d applications yere on ,file as of
- ItPlirnati ,Tuesfle announced- it '., ', ,:. I.
I ye8 erdaY. ., -- will lay olf 400 workers on the V completely" intlopenionit la th , of so , ,,.
b kitely t' I M t : '' ..''. 'l ' t ' . '
:The special application forms firt of the month to balance ad. d f : ,- , hanizacin Les Angeles." Liy.. ,.. , , ,:: ,.... .. , , Ao..., J....a. ,,,,df,.. ,, ,,, , , .: .t ,: .. , .. .. ,,
' Enhy be obtained at the employ ,,,,,
ditional' expenses from a :' new 1 p Tor ,...) isti-dininEroom, bath,' -', kitchant be abla tojiandre'persen- . .. --, -,, -,-- q sr ) ww ) Sr I . ., e
110L Meet and talk to oub- T Please dial lel 'LID 1.......) ,,.!.,..,', )1.1...)
,
. tent .and Utilization D 1 v a I o a :
- un,on cont,ract, effective-that (19v; ' Ir '- garage and lardesTol: 2-1199., ', tor 'prompt attenuon '-.
uilding 69 on -Roosevelt Avenue wbich 'calls for a new cost-of liv- 1- 3-7878. , ' , . J .
rough Friday,- or in its new of- ing increase. , ' lie with Rata.' Write eilm- ; ,; ., ;, '. -'.: ,, ;
f ee in the Personnel Bureau -- ... .( a 2 it
t
If dt1 .- chalet style. twin dinIns. room,. puete ,, natal's: and ',tend -.' .' i, ., ...--,.. ,, , ,.. , .'''-. -, -,: :
, , FOR RENT .Furnished house, 1 . -, : ','..' ':- . t ,,,. ;...',,, , -, 1 , :'"': .., '. ,.,' 1
4
landing. formerly the ,Ancon

,)s 4 .10R "REN
. ' !LOCAL, ill
I Ave. 37-1'
' anal'(
!v..: irmAl
Or
. Apl
, .,, .. ,,
. 1, Closing da
,.. lestions fi
I offered 1
,ompany tt
r ; sday; Per
1 ' phasized
.
. .,
1 :. Although
, aye been r
-.1 pprentieest
',..'dd applicati

' 4
I1 , ,, ' ,' r
., anal '6elhog few
.
v''' :' inalOplicilioni7,-
-. or Appronhceships
1 Closing date for the filing of sp.
, ications for apprenticeships to
I offered by- the Panama Canal
, ompany this year is next 'Wed 'Wed!'
!' 'Wed!' sday; Personnel Bureau Officials
, : phasized this ,vveelt. ,, ..
. .
1 Although -3 nuniber of inquiries
r ave been received' cohcerning the
41 pprenticestups,, only 10 complet.
', eld applications yere on file as of
I ye6 erdaY. ' ----
4 The special 'application forms
,
, MAy be obtained at the employ
, tent .and Utilization Div s ion
uilding 69 on ,Roosevelt Avenue
through Friday,' or in its new of off
f off ce in the Personnel Bureau
, kuilding fortnerly the ,Anc on
' Commissary), beginning next Mon.'
day. They are also available at
er-tentral Labor Offiee in Cris.
I. ball.,..-4, ', ,. t ,,, '' ',
' VW' applications are to be it it!
! it! i omianied by, a standard form of
I ppligation for' federal employ.
ifrierd,', ,,,vailable it the offices men.
tronld ova. Candidates Must al,

, ienumaaary), beginning next Mon. , I 2 medium bedrooms, service-. hotograph , A , ,, t
,
,, kitchen., porch. etc. 48th Street '
day. They are also ayailable ,.at FOR RENT:Well furnished. trf ft s ..411 ....1.1.

:, .:. e-Teatral, Labor: offtea,,ta:Lrls , , Slid unaguay 5treet, ..Beilt, vista.: .' ', AuyticrisEK ,,' i 02 1 ; ,
- .,- ,- ..i; PT r ICUS oppruustutt .yuut-. taus:- wiLsvis ,iiii,14, ,co.14.zui.v. ij.zo :,....!:,,.. .! ; ,....., : .
.
co-mfOrtable.;::;,3, bedrooM. red:: : -, :'' :
: 35;mm' Camera
. ,.. left hand Ne.:- 25.: -.:: .;:", ','''''' ;::)' :: '.7r.......- ''' '':'. l' ; :;',' I :'''' f-: ''' :"-' ' ".".' '':' .1 l': ""-: ''' ' ''''' .; 2.-':. '' : "" ' .: ' "'' 2 ... ' ''''' '. .. ''''. '' .. ''''' ..' '..
I ..: brill,...'-,'. ,'," ', '' '1 : I '''s: ::: '',.:".'; dense.: 'iticfnity: American 1m 1m'.
'. 1m'. l'hpS'. ipnliestions ire to be pe.
I
bassy. $250.00 monthly rent '' APARTA DA Ito'' ' ' '' -'''' '.'' ''. '''' ....,. '' I, ' :;:' '' '. :'.. : to serve you -better' l' i. ;,.. -.; ,':' ,, , ,
. ; f. L9 lens'..-, 69.50 .' ,f FOR RENT .....: Orem ,may :15th:,. ,,,,.. : ,:......,..... .,,,-, : ,- ... : ,, : .) , , , .... le, . ...,,.,,.. .. . ..
, : , ,
i : omlianied by a standard form of k modern house Modern' lig ..ap,',,,, ,"' ,:
. with I year leasee-Wellf and ;
i ppligation' for'. federal employ. more ;', for yotir:', Dollar.: s' '' ''' '''''' 'PANAMA' -''' ,'.- '': ':'' -', ;; s- -- --., ; ',.. ; ... '. :, :e ..- --,. :., - --:.::,: ,- ..,,. ,. :
Company. Tel. .3-6969.: .-' .. ..:. .,; propriats -fir agencies, offices,.or Y..: ,,' .,,..- : , :,.., :, ,: ,.,.,-,.,-,-.!,, .....!. ,,, i. . .. ...., ... -:., ,, : , ... , -, ,, ., , s. ,. .., : : ..
,. : eraht,?,vailabli at the offides men. ,, ,,,, ,',:. .,:,, .., .. :', f'
' ontd 3)mre. Candidates ikist al. stiaim, 35th street', next tu thi;., ' ' '
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Interti ationaV Jet's' elry
. .,
, , , , - .155 Central Ave..: ..''' .,: First National City Bank. For lu,,,,,. . : , ..,., : ... ,. . , ,
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t :,t: formation Tots. 3-309 and 1'': : : - :. -
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611
, MEJOSE 11.1 ',,,APARIENCIA 1, : ,. FOR RENT, .Ar.:,,', Furnished liskuse :.. ',-.,.i :';:.. ) '''' .:
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IS FOR-SALE
TELEPHONE. 24740

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.- .:' Apartments,-
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FOR ,- RENT -- Furnished one
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FOR RENT Furnished one
A bedroom apartment. automobile
row. $70 monthly. Telephone
Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT Modern spacious
two bedroom furnished apart apartmint.
mint. apartmint. Am. Ford 37-20.
FOR RENT -- Modern, condor condor-
- condor- table two 'bedroom apartment
with maid's bedroom, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living room: dining mom,
balcony, terrace, garage, hot
, water, with or without furniture...,
Phone No. 3 -0444, 31,
48th Street. t'
FOR RENT -- Nicely furnished
apartment inchiding refripera--
tor, pad parlor-diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen, garage. Tiled ,-
all screened. S55.00. Apply4
, No. 122 Via Belisario Perms, near
Rtosevelt Theater.'
FOR RENT Two bedroom :
apartment, maid room and servw
' lee, garage. lotto Amsemena
Avenue. 37-11.
: FOR RENT Beautifully, fur fur,.
,. fur,. twe bedroom apartment,
large living, dining,t hot water,
,balcony,, maid's quarters, bun.
dri room, 'garage,, gardener's
service' ,,,included: ,3-38114. Call
after 6 p.it. please. 2
!, FOR RENT Tbree bedroom
apartment with ill modern cont.
modities near El Panama Hotel.'
, For details call Panami 2-4717
or 3-7169. ,1
FOR RENT -- Two baroom ae'
pgrtment., furnished, ground
floor. Very good condition,
$75.00. Jos da Fibrega Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 16, rear. ,Phone
6074.
FOR RENT, Furnishiid' apart.
, ment, bvingroom, bedroom,
diningroom, porch,' kitchen,
beautiful view centrally ,located,
cool, quiet. Phone 3-0276.
sd submit transcripts of their high
school Tecords and of their college
records if they are attending or
have attended college, ,,
Candidates must bt male citi citizenS
zenS citizenS of the 'United States or Pa.
nama, must be of good character,
at least 17'1,2 years ot age, but
under 23,as of next July- 1, They
must ,11e, high ,Achool, graduates
with a reading, writing and speak.,
ing kntotledges,pf English. Isth.
mian residents Will be given pre preference
ference preference 'for the apprenticeslaps.
Limited exception to the age re.
Puirements may, be, made for' ve.
Selection for the apprenticeships
whith "offered in both me.'
chanicfl ,atiOtricol trades. will,.
be based In part on a competitive!
which will repuire most of the f
ARY. will be elven Saturday;
10. in room 214 at the Balbos 'High 1
Sohool. The examination will be-1
gin' at 8:4'5a.m,
WILL FURLOUGH 406
Nrtv vont ,New
York New Haven and Hartford
RPliroad ,Tuesday announced- it
will lay Eel 400 workers on the
first of the month to balance ad additional'
ditional' additional' expenses from a new
union contract effeetive-tbat dPv,:
wbieb 'calls for a new cost-of liv living
ing living increase.
FOR RENT:--Well furnished,
comfortable.' ,f bedroom. resi residonee,
donee, residonee, iticfnity' American Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. $250.00 monthly rent
with I year lease.-i-Vollf and
Company. Tel. 3-6969.
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SARNI...No Al 13" Street MORRISON-4th of July Ave- At J St. LZWIR SERVICE:m.4re- Tivoli Ne. 4 FARMACIA ISIADtw IIJNID011-449 tentrat Ave
PARMACIA LUX- IM Centrat Avenue ROUSFHOILD FTeRANGEA iNe de la Ones Ave. No. 41 FOTO POINT-4watt Arenewene Ave, and 33 M tAAINACIA
VAN-DER415-44 Street NA LI FARMACIA EL Se'rURSOPeterd IAISVIS 1 SIMS 0 IrSISLACIS 'ILUI"--41. Prms l'il l'ilVIDAIMS Mil ."' "M.
the Belle Viles Tbeatret, 0 Col ON? Central. Avarice 11.165 Tel. US L ' ''' ' L ' L 1
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2HRAPPIEL'S furnished homes,
on beach.' Phono Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
, FOSTER'S Cottages end Largo
Beach House, Ono mils Pest thi
Casino. nine Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS, Oceanside Cottages
, Santa Clara R. do P. ?boos Pa PaNoma
Noma PaNoma 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished tiOartments
' At Santa Clam Beach. Telephone
Balboa 3681, -;
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FOR RENT Beautifully fur.,
nished housekeeping room. dev-t
ble touch. rotrigerater, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove.'
- bath, and entrance independent.';
iS2nd ,Street. Phone 3-
0638.
, FOR RENT Comfortable fur.
' nished room with cooking cooking,
, cooking, ties. Splendid residential
' 43rd Street No. 13. '
, FOR RENT Cimpo Alegrero
Nicely furnished, cool '-roont,
,, private bath, oelicious
huropean style. Call 3,1789.
' 14' boar, 15., HI, motor and
- trailer.. Complete-, outfit, loss
than 212 year's ale fir $509..00.,
, Call 3-1673. : )
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSt
t mbar. trom the itealk et
Sonlos; C,osto Rica
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Completely modern ..conveniencei
, Suiten end Bungalows, ail with
private bath., Hot and cold wateer.
- Price: 56 and VI daily, r
with. meals:
. ; -v
Colimopeolitaa kitchen
HOTS. ddinf, ,
FOr ,reStrigtiOn 16,0e4
- Boa 4159 t;
Manageri 'and'aittion ampere
.41
Service ersonnet,
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Government Imployees
Aro, ellgIbla to thiatkee that NEW
or IJAEOk Car or Borrow Go, our
Present ear- througko
: 'Agency
DICK 'DEHLINGER
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, representing
GOVERNMENT' EMPLOYEES
-'' FINANCE CO.
No.' '4,3 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama CRY..
: thong .3-40114-3-40115
35. tam Catirera
f. 1.9 leas 7,69.50
raw.; for, yotir
Intertiationar Jetvelry
155 Central Ave. :
' "MEJORE ,APARIENCIIA
El Treamiento Me Levy reduce
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elktr y mane, Who turns
pars hombres y mujeres Infos.
ones SALON DE MASAIES
Benicia HSCHOLVS.
Productos,
, Ave, J. Aresemens 33-411
Tel., 3-2211
LIFE INSURANCE
:JIM RIDGE-
oeneral Agent :
, Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co.,
tor rates and InformAtion
. TeL Panama 2-0532
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NEW
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Pabimi N Tork Co ln
Imotimounwommemmemonromompammonmeww
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AGMS OR OUll 01111Cr A? 154, .1S1 STRM. 1104,141,44- uritrittit mretArKI-7 strPet Pc IS AMENCIAS
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FOR SALI Cars and Trucks
accessories. also spars parts for'
Diesel, Catorpillirs. G.-M. -motors,
refrigerators, ;aid 441nlid
We also have for sato ono
' "CMC" )12 ton tuck' in good
condition. We soli' all kinds of
- cumin materiaL'' CONTINEN4
'TAL SUPPLYERS Central ,Ave.
No. 11.179, I3th St. Tel. 1
' 1088-1 Apt. 1091,.;01001.
'FOR SALE MCC' registered
'Foy Boston, lull Pops,1 Immo Immo',
', Immo', diets deliver, 6251,k.'
Ventura Place, Los Rios.
FOR SALE 11' cu. Ft. 6.1,
Refrigerator; oncellent condi- ,,,
Con; 4 burner gas stove, with
broiler, like nowi., marble S'
kitchen tibia; diiiing room suite
with 8 chairs; bamboo living
, room suite, 11' piece; two dell-
Ida bed inner spring mattress
, with box springs; 'Mica desk ant ,,
, chair,' 1957 hincoin Promiero,,,O
wonderful car. Consider trade
-for 1957 or 1958 Ford.' Phone ,'
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FOR SALE I Gas t
Clothes Dryer; 11 cubic
tolifspot Refrigerator with heels-,
or' chest, 60 cycle; Tappan four-J
burner Gas Stove; Maytag 'Autems., ''',
tic".. Washer, 60 cycle: Valiant
Gail Hot Water Heater,' TV An An'''
''' An''' tonna; misc. t household articles. ;
Ownitio having isthmus.:Tel., Fa
oama 3-6096. ,
, FOR SALS ,-, Conn Mettle
organ 25 or 60 cycle current,'
' Ideal ler home or smalk church
-,S1300.00, Can be seen 'at 140.
w19 or 4-34). on 44th St, Rena
Yista, al( olai,tiday end Sat
urday.'
FOR SALE Only a 'few Items
t left. 50 discount .on all pur- 1
:' chases. 60 off if You fake 1
of any itonv Floureseent lamp
fixtures end bulbs' 11"'". 8', Ey.' 'J
ordur wood Ittillits VO-oi 2" paint
brushes 12, 0,,'4",1 microscopes
100; 200' and 300 00Wilir: alg.'t,
minum Pipe wrostehos' !WE,. ',-
' 48" -windshield fbr 57 Chou t
and '52 Lincoln, ,I7intad Glass),
, fiberglass yte; to repair ;,.,carg
t and ', btetrt yellow "raffle paint ,,
' and Many Mhos t
' : or f,34) et 44tio"St: mini '
ta day.; ';
' HOUSCS.
'NS beimmo
, maits mem, garage.
losi Fitrtga, 110.. 12 Pau.
dens.. ."
FOR RENT Furnished haute.,
1- chalet style. living dial'', 'teem.
2 medium Aredreornit.-,!' service,
' kitchen, porch,' eta. 4th Street
and Uruguay Street,' Belie Vista.
'', left hand No.' 25. t",
!Olt XENT Part et chalets
s completely- indoponient in Ur.,
banizacin Mises Angeles." Lies
ing-diningreem, baths.-- kitchens'',
' garage and gardenTel: 2-1199s,
, FOR RENT Furnished house,
chalet style, living afillIng, room.'
2 medhus bedrooms, service.
; kitchen., porch.' etc. 48th Street
and Uruguay Street. Bella Nista..
left hand No. 25.
' FOR RENT From ,May 15th
modern house.' Modern
, propriato for agencies. officsa, or
clinics. 35th street, next to the
First National City Bank, For lo.
: formation Tots. 5-3049 and S.,'
s 3431. '
, FOR RENT Furnished house,
chalet styl, living dining memo
) 2 medium bedrooms. service, t
kitchen. porch, otc. 48th Street 1,
and Uruguay Street,' Bella Vista,
left hand No IS Tel 3-0318.
Shoveing At Yor Service
renter ,Theotrer Tonight
,
itALBOA's 6:15 & 6:00
"CALYPSO HEAT WAVE".
IABLO 7:00
"Night 'Tho World Exploded"
Owl' Show 10:30
"BREAKTHROUGH"
GAMBOA 7:00
"THE STRANGE ONE"
GATLIN 7:00
"PATIIS OF GLORY"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 735
oBOUNTY IIVNTER"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"STORM WARNING"
CRISTOBAL '7:00
"DAKOTA
PARAISO 6:15 1; 1:00
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FOR sm.1,, Beautiful large
sectional 'wardrobe 1' maheoanr
$90.00. Quartermaster- bed
$20.00. Tel. 35320.1 2
FOR SALE --'1Deluie Kenmore
automatic washing machine. bk.
, new, Rattan tea cart. Cali Ai.'
brook 116-4113. "'; ,-
FOR SALE Double Sofa-hod.
, almost sow. $75.00. Fhoni 10
7S21. from SAO to 3:00 and
COO to COO p.m. v,
FOR SALE 1112 cubic' foot re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, $100.00, 4 burner 4,,
' electric range., S100.00. loth J"
60 cycles. Solo and matching ,,,
chair, $30.00, Powell,. motet
scooter, $50.00. Quarters 4 7',
:116-5221, Albrook.. ,
' FOR SALE -4-4, Miscellaneous
household goods, rof-set,-solao
Heusi 0922 ,' Amadcw
Road.' 44
FOR SALK ,m44Swedish esk.with
chaW,, sideboard modem. bed.
, room sot, Motorola TV, bunk'''.
- hods ',washing'. mathino, lamps,'
,
caftan chairs and table, Swedish
' modem chairs, 902 rut.' refri-
, gsrator, bicycle, many househld
1 items. Daytime .242116,wvening
34209. 4,, :
', FOR 'SALK -,- piano
$195.00. Misi. wood muliant in- r
-strumming. Records four Gonad 7
Hi-ri from $31.00. Phone 2.
2131 PallMa.
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TOMMY STEELS MOBBED
DUNDEE, Scotland (1.113)itock
tre roll singer Tommy Steele, 21,
nursed an injured shoulder today
After being knocked unetinscious
by, a 'creating, mob of girls wel.
coming him, back from a Sean Seandinaviin
dinaviin Seandinaviin tour. His tetn. age fans
attacked Steele the, stage
Wednesday' night during the' first
performance of a new British
tour following his'10.day tour
BUYS EQUIPMENT PIEMoy;
SOUTHBRIDGE,. Mass.. (VP)
American Optical Co. ,Tuesday
snnounced seqUisition of lianau
Engineerthg Co., of Iluffalo N.Y.
for an undisclosed ,sum, : putting
It :in the -teotal2equipMent4,hust,
V
AboVe noimat Anowled.ge'
hortio Jurnishitigs.. Ac-
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parlance', 1;4
abselately asseniiiii, Must
be able ta,,bandra.:parailn'
net. Mist and talk:to' pub.
lie iase., Write ,cillvt ,cillvtplete.;,:
plete.;,: ,cillvtplete.;,: details 2,, and' r:sand
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' WANTED.-.- We pay CASH for
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,:dor. Autos lisoontan.., Tido. 2-
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Set At Ilia 16133
FotriatiViEtsfrit13y,'
Injections' against poli0Mye poli0Myelitis
litis poli0Myelitis will be administered' tree
of .charge next Thursday. at a
temporary' ,vaccinationb, station
which will be set ', up by : the
Health Bureauln the Industrial
,Area First Station,' Build Building'
ing' Building' 5108, Nount Hope.' :
, The station is 'being estab established
lished established is a conv,enience !Or all
employes. of the various units
located in the Mbunt Hope Area
and although its prime puipose
Ls providq the -,third inves,
tion of '-'the series', started Aast
August, thOse ,persons who have
riot ',Islready, started the -injections.
inky do so -itt: this: time.!
Anyone eligible to receive
Medical care in the ,Canal Z011e
may receive the. injections,;,, it
was anOnuncid. The vaccine 'is
being, provided 'free of charge
by the- Canal Vine Chanter of
the National roundation for
Infantile Paralysis.
, Those ''Aiestrin ithe thlid 'In 'Injection
jection 'Injection have been requested to
present the,,blue Immunization
card at the time of Nacination NacinationSpecial
Special NacinationSpecial request forms' elso will
be avallablelor, those who, wish
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irregularities that 'occur, involuntarily, from- time to time,'
THE PANAMA' AMERICAN has established a' special

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Need Money?? 15 MINUTIS CAR
LOANS. Contact Arias et Town Townshon4.
shon4. Townshon4. "Q" Street
near Olympic Stadium: TA. 2,
262S, Panami, R.P. r
SAN BIAS ISIANCS Sunday
reconion With Lunch. Swim,
sholl collecting, sightseeing.
Phone FIRM, 3-1660, Jungle
lint, El Panama Hilton, Panama.
Piton Cristobal 2116,- Jungle
'Jim, Hotel Washington, Colon.
Elks Club 1542 restaurant en..
dor mow management chef Son Son'
' Son' gr. Lamont, master of culinary
,, TOR SALT. Horse with saddle
avid bit. Trite $45.00.' Cali
1891. 2-1295..4,

to start tlie'seriek'
'I'he -temporary': station."' in
Cristobal will ,be undrg the di diirection
irection diirection 'of, Dr. R. E. -Moore, of
the Coco Solo Hospital Staff.
Injections will be given by Mrs.
Nellie, Humphreys, Industrial
area nurse., and Mrs. Erma
Forbes.' Pacific side school
nurse, assisted by. Miss Gloria
,
The ,Health 'Bureau his an.,
nounced that accordttnce
with recommendations of
the,: Public ,Health Service. Ad-1
visory Committee, ,,,the .present
three-dose '-, schedule of Salk
vaccine', provides ample. prOtec prOtection
tion prOtection for the time being and the
need for a fourth injection 'has
not yet 'been- determined.
'physiciiin,however,'' may
decide to fissut,fourth injections
when, a patlent is travelling,to
a place where polio' incidence
is high or When local' outbreaks
occur. ,The fourth vaccination
need' not be givensooner than
a year after the third. ::':!' :

REWARD
For return of lost package of
Foto Envelopes with film
and. prints. Area of Avenida
11. Panama Call Panama
1-05011. :

will appreciate yo- lir call which will
I s to serve you better

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cars $6. Auto-Basio, Trana-Istiwi
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Tramportation. April Special.
-Same day Service. Crawford A-
"gencies Com. Tivoli Ava.
18-20. ToL 2-1905.
TY. SET OWNERS. 'Avail your.
sell of tha best for your T.V.,
U.S. 'TELEVISION offers factory ,
, trained technician plus no pick pickup
up pickup and delivery charges. Phone 4
Panama 34607. '

TELEVISION SERVICE. Abiliti,
honesty, end 'customer satistat-
Hon. NO SERVICE CHARGE this
month 'only., 'FREE ESTIMATE
before repairs. Ask for MISTER
TV. Phone Panama-2-3142.
Protect' your home and proper.
ty against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatinent et
emergency or monthly budget ;
basis.. Telephone Pmnte Service
Panama 34977 of Colon 17771

MOTORISTS LIKE DELAY
- TAKOMA, PARK, Md. UP):-.4
tightasted money policy in city
hall 'here is proving a godsend to
motorists. Police are running out
of parking tickets and town.
dais have been slow in aPProPri..
sting cash for more.

WILL MARRY OFFICER
MANILA UP) Teresita Mag.
saysay, daughter of the late
PresidentRamon Magsaysay, and
Frankie, Vargas will be Mar. s
rie& early in June, Mrs. Luz
Banzon Magsaysay announced
yesterday. ,,Vargas is the on o
Defense Secretary Jesus Vargas.

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or suitor of Sweden's, Princess 'Var.
garetha, has m;de "hitt'y' with
the Swedes. A 'song he wrote
called "Sprint Is in the Air''has
lust been released in Sweden and
it is estimated 4hat record sales
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WILL GET SALUTE
' MOSCOW (UP)Soviet Defenses.
Minister' Marshal Rodion
novsky take,the salute at the
military parade m Red Square te
Moscow on May Day, it was'as
nounced yesterday Marshal; IL to
rill Moskalenko commander ,:,b1
the Moscow militant command
will be in charge' of the parade".

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It's Open House at the Teen Ciub, corner-of,Roosevelt ,Avenue an d Balboa Road, May 17 from 4 p.rri to 6 p.m. Keen Teen Gov. William
L'Potter has been invited along, and seems any-001,er Teeners up to and over 100 years old are also welcome. Meanwhile Mrs. Milton Davis
sof Balboa claimed the silver:tea service door' prize which.had been gathering dust since the Teen Ball April 18. What is this new club which
has appeared on the Pacific side Teen Scene? Herewith some answers, in the form of letters to and from Teen Club officials:

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Construction Day
graploy Leraves
After 42 Yors

i'dwird Walsh, 'Senior A.. t
' merican emPloye in length of ;
service and one of the few. re re.'
.' re.' maining Canal employes with eon eon'
' eon' struction day service, retired at
the end of April aaer 42 years
of service ail of it with the Ca CaBel
Bel CaBel orgamzation.
),, Not mit a construction day 1
dimploye himself, Walsh is the
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son .ef a construction day om,.
ploy. Born In Perth Amboy, 1
Now Jersoy, he came' to t h
, Isthmus in 1909 with his par parents.
ents. parents. His father John J. Walsh
etas employed as general fors;
' man at Gatun Dam.
, His first job was as a $25.per $25.permonth
month $25.permonth messenger with the .1sth .1sthmian
mian .1sthmian Canal Commission in 1913.
Shortly. afterward, be was am am'
' am' ployed as a checker with the
Commissary Division at Gatun
steci during his spare time work work'ed
'ed work'ed as a doorman at the Gatun
, Theater and as volunteer fire fireman
man fireman with the Gatun Fire Preven Preven'
' Preven' 'Urns' Service.
' 'Ile remained with the commissa commissary.,
ry., commissary., Division' at Gatlin and during
' spare time worked as a door door'.
'. door'. man at the Getup, Theater and
se volunteer fireman with the
C n tun Fire Prevention Service,'
, ,lle remained with the Commis Commis,
, Commis, 113r7 Division bolding the position
of Commissary assistant and foreman-
untit,1930 when he resigned
ti go thl, United States.
, -Reemployed in 1933, he WaS
signed as foreman in the Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Engineering Division for sev several
eral several years before being promoted
tot filtration' plant operator. He
' 114s been with the Water and La.
toratories Branch' ever since,
' Mr. and Mrs.. Walsh bavd al alre'ady
re'ady alre'ady left the Isthmus and k. plan
t!) make their future home in
Lebring, Florida,.

i'kifailablNith PC
i Twenty positions are now avail.

Twenty positions are now avail avails
s avails ble with the Panama Canal orga orga,zation,
,zation, orga,zation, according to the regular
ansfer-vacancy bulleting issued
v the Personnel Bureau.
Included in the list of vacant
: lsitions are public health murse;
lst accounts supervisor, customs
uard, locomotive enghmer and
'towboat master-, in the ferry serr
t ice.

' Other ,types of work Include ac
c. -ling clerk, chauffeur; clerk clerk.
. clerk. ,:rapher, ecist accounts super:,
, plumber 'helper', inainten inainten,
, inainten, machinist, medicalAechnici-,,
ookkeeping machine opera-,
-.0bceman,. and time; leave
clerk.

Seven eMployes, one with 42 I
years of t,uttat att'vice, roured at
tile CM 01 April anti, tecelved re- 1
tirement certuicites tor their long
yeara tot service. 4
'1'ne longest.;service wiS titeen titeenmaim('
maim(' titeenmaim(' by Award aish,
trauoni paint ,Uperator at intuit
hope, wno got his first job in
1913 witn. the istamian Cadet Com
mission and, who had 42 years ot
service wheit he retired.
The, names, positions and years
of service, hi the others mployes
retiring in April follow:
, William D. Goodwin, Yardmast-.
er, Railroad Division, 15, years,
live months and four days..
' Julia Guenzi, second grade
teacher, Balboa Elementary
School; 29, years,' 11 months) and
one day, x-(; ,;
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'',,John' L.' Haas, marine machin machinist,
ist, machinist, Industrial Division; 18 years,
11 months end 23 days. ,
J. Arthur ,Jones, wireman, elec electrical
trical electrical Division; 31 years, six month
and 25 days.
Spencer tV:t4i0oln..4, C wireman
foreman, Pacific Locks;' 31 years,
one month and five days.
Christian Simonsen,. general
maintenance,. m Mainten Mainten0
0 Mainten0 :vision; 29 years, eight
months and U
' Goodwin was, one of the three
, retiring employes to receive his
retirement certificate personally
from Gov. E. E. Potter this month
Presented, at the same time, was
chash award for $25. The award
was given for suggestion he
..laue tor the conservation of cold
, air when loading Panama Rail.
, road refrigerated ears.

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A 'native of Casper, Wyoming,
Goodwin served briefly' in .World
War I and had several years of
experience with railrodas, in the
Canal Zone in 1941., Be worked
with the Panama Railroad as a
conductor for two years and left
the service in 1943., Jie Was re.
employed in the same position in
1945 and has been senior yard.
master in the Railroad 'Division
since 1952.
Mr. and' Mrs. Goodwin plan to
leave soon for Gowrie Iowa, but
have made no ,definite plans as
to where they will make their fu.,
ture home.
Miss Guenzi waii born In Silver
Plume, Colorado, and was, employ
ed a teacher for several year;
the United States before she
came to the Canal Zone. Her first
position with the Canal organize.
tion was as an elementary school
teacher' at Pedro Miguel in 1927
- Miss Guenzi has been teaching
the second grade in the Balboa E Elementary
lementary Elementary Schbol since 1937.! AL
though she retired in ,Aoril, she
will remain with the Division' of
Schools until the 'end of the school
term in June. She plans to make
her future home in Louisville, Co Colorado.
lorado. Colorado. )7 1
A native of Camby, ,Minnesota,1
Jones was employed by the Cabal
in 1926 aa a battery repairman
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The fectsori OMe women can't
&ways tell, the truth Is thot
there's not,thot much truth.vro

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THREE OF THE SEVEN CanaI organization e mployes who were retired 'frem service during;
April are Shown here with Gov. W. E. Potter who I presented their retirement, certificates.
',During the ceremony, which took place in the Governor's office at Balboa Heig'nts, winiala
Goodwin,,, yardmaster 1E11 the Bailreed SIOny ',far was,also presented with a, ;25
,eash suggestion award. ,' k ,
t From left to right are GOOdWill: Potter; .Spenser C. 1111C0111, lock operater foreman,:
- tatifie Locks; and Christian Simonsen, genera' milritenance mechanik Maintenance Division.:,
qp, Eanployes retiring in April who were Ima ble to attend the ceremony ivere Miss Julia
, 'Ouenzi, teacher in the Balboa Elementary 'Itch 001; john L. Haas,. marine Machinist, Industrial
Division; J., Arthur Jones,. wireman, Electrical Diision; and Edward P.- Walsh,: filtration filtration,,,plant
,,,plant filtration,,,plant operator at Mount Hope. , , F ,,,, ,1
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in the Eelectrical His
Service wilh that until was coati coatiduous
duous coatiduous and since 1951 he hail hold
the position of wiremam
mr, tad Mfs. Jones have aliti,
ay left the Isthmus and., will make
their-home id Tucson Ariabna. 1

Line' oln :was' born in 'Brooklyn,
New ,York and served several
years in the U.S. Nay and Army.
He joined the Canal ',organization.
in 1927 as an wiremait in ,the Elec.
tricaL DiViSiOIU and was transfer.
red to the Atlantic Locks in 1937.,
1 After a .short break lit his 'ser.
vice, he was reemployed as a wire
Man in', the' Electrical DivisioN
ille joined the Locks iDivision as
ram operator in 1951 and has been
a foreman Lock Operator.. since
1956. , 4
- Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln will make
their home in, Ventura, Califor.
Simensen is a native'orAltanta,
Georgia, and was with the U.S.
Army tor. seVen years, he was
employed' by ,the Canal in 1927 as
a chauffeut and machinist in the
Maintenance. Division and later
was employed in a similar posi,-
tion in the Health Bureau, Supply
Division, 'and Transportation Divi.
sion. Since 1941 he has been main.
tenance mechanic in the Mainten.
ance Division.. ?
Mr.'! and MrS. Simonsen 'plan' tn
retire somewhere in Southern Ca California.
lifornia. California. I

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As, one whose original evalua evaluation
tion evaluation of the Jeen-Club idea was
only lukewarm, to say the most,
want ,to- congratulate you on
your running 'start. Your obvious
acceptance and appreciation of
the Club., evidenced by your en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic turnout on opening
night,, erases any doubt from MY
mind of its lasting success. ,
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, One. admonitory' note: support
your officers, conform to y o r
self imposed '', regulations, and
guard jealously the reputation of
the Club.'' This will instire its con continued
tinued continued existence, and the eonti eontinued
nued eontinued support of adults whO have
helped you- so much.

Lifth

'Mite boys end sta girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during the
,week whielt ended at midnight A.-
pril 28, according to a report la.
sued by the Hospital. During the
same period, 201 patients were ad admitted
mitted admitted and 212 discharged.
Paretits ot the boy. babies are:
T.Sgt.' and Mrs.' C. W.,Iordatt of
Albrook;'AI-Oan d Mrs. C. N. Coe
man; of Locona; Mgt. and Mrs,
R.-N. Shank.of. Loconav Mr, and
Mrs. B. R Brooks Of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; ,Mr. and Mr. E. M. Straker
of Paraiso; Mr.. and Mrs. D. Val-,
derrama of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs.
W. Layne of Panama; MSgt. and
Mrs. J. A. -Garcia of Albrook; and
Mr.' and Mrs; 11.,14. White, Jr.,
Girl babies were born to the
parents;;Mr. and,. Mrs.
J. L. Brinkley of Cotoll: Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Wall, of Locona:
Mr. and Mrs. N. ILIJohnon of
Panama City; Sgt. 'and Mrs. D. L.,
"Townsend- of Fort Robin: Ste and
Mrs. A.. Walz of Fort Kobbe;
and Mr and Mrs. M. Quintero of
Panama City.

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- SUPERINTENDENT
OF SCHOOLS
; We' were priviled to join t h'e
several hundred parents and young
peeple who attended the Teen
Booster dance held 'on April 18..
The function was held for t h e
purpose of raising money to com complete
plete complete the club facilities. Under
the able chairmanship of Jimmy
Dunn, a' wonderful program of
entertainment had been arranged
and two excellent orchestras pro provided
vided provided music for the nimble.
The club itself was a. revels
Hon. By hard work and good
planning the young people and
their adult comorkers have trans transformed
formed transformed an old warehouse into a
thing ,of beauty.
I feel sure that the program
which already is off to a good
start- will increase in 'strength
and be a source of pride not on.
ly to th; members but to t
parents and, community ies

Cuban RPbels Cet
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31 Safe Conducts
Leave Embassies

HAVANA. (UP)--Thirty-one reb-1
ei sympathizers who holed up in 1
embassies here have been Lerma Lermated
ted Lermated to leave the country under
safe-conduct in the past two day;
police said today..
,Best known of the group wok
Jose Miro Cardona, who went to
Mexico City. A number of others
headed forMiami home of refu refugee
gee refugee ex-President 'Carlos Prio.
Earlier, the Army had an announced
nounced announced the capture of .13 rebels
in Pinar del Rio province,rat Cu Cuba's
ba's Cuba's western tip, Six or seven
other members of the r e
el band are believed to have es escaped.
caped. escaped. r
Weaopns taken from the cap captives
tives captives included' five tommy guns,
'seven shotguns and nine rifles,
ono of which had a telescopic
sight.
In- Havana, three persons were
arrested as accomplices of the
rebels. ,

is a genuine pleasure to ob observe
serve observe what the concerted efforts
of young people and adults can
accomplish when they work to,.
gether for such a worthwhile
comumnity 'project as the Teen
Mrs. Arnold and were much
impressed,. when wo attended a
ball at the almost-cOmpleted club
in Balboa April 18, to see how
attractive the club is, and what
an outstanding success the dance
was, as attested by several hun hundred,
dred, hundred, Teenage boys and girls and
their parent who atteneded.,
The club building represents 4.a
la of hard work-by a great ink.
ny people- All who 4articirtated
in this joint venture deserved to
be highly congratulated on the
success of their efforts:,
I sincerely hope that the con continned
tinned continned operation of the Teen Club
and its clubhoue will be as suc succ'sissful
c'sissful succ'sissful as its ,beginning.

Some people-buy a house and
garden when, they retire and
others acquire a trailer to see
America first-t-but Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Ilass,-for Cristbal, have
built their own boat.
Retirement.to them will mean
exploration of the inland wa waterways'
terways' waterways' of, the United States,
short cruises t4-1' thia, islands of
tile Caribbean or a 'long sloW
trip during the summer up the
MissiSsipni River.
Haas,' who retired at the end
of April after 33 years of government-
service, ,,, including 18
years with the Canal, will spurn
commercial transportation when
be leaves the Canal Zone May
15.
Instead ', he will sail for
:Florida in- his 34-footi cabin'
cruiser Hilda which he has
converted' from a pleasure
fishing craft to.. a,' conlact
floating home;
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et 00mn II to racr rhi tees dtl bob yan g 0
litarlaps, wtouirItteoraidea
of, the Industrial Division, ana 1
.,.p. Strickland
the retiree's, son, ', J.1
Hass; 'who is: coming from -his
home In Massachusetts to make
the trip. , ,
Mrs. Hass will go to the States
by plane and join the party in
St. Petersburg at the end, of,
, Justifiably proud of the new
look acquired by the Hilda t
during the past two years. Mrs,
Hass says that, from a womr,
an's point of view, the' vessel'
has ever3r modern convenience
and comfort in additionto being-
a fine seagoing craft
equipped' with ship-to-shore
radio and the latest in safety
devices.
' Haas vras born In Jacksn
City. Alabama. anclis nO stranger
to the sea. During the past 30
years he has spent a consider considerable
able considerable time building, maintaining,
and operating marine machin machinery.
ery. machinery. In his spare time here, he

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Colifornitt,Kids
Three" HouseMa
Move On Wheels

ATHERTON Calif. (UP) A
planning official suggested today
a' way in which two little boys can
keep ,their tree-house no matter
what the city council says.
Frank Stillman, planningdirec planningdirector
tor planningdirector for San Mateo County, said'
tlie boys could put wheel on
"So far as I know,"-he said,
"there's no law against putting a
trailer in a tree.",,
'-This might just the solution
for Kenneth Templeton, 9, and his
&Year old brother, John,.who al
legedly violated z oning restric restrictions
tions restrictions by building n tree-house in
the front yard.
The council reminded the boys
of a 10eal law that says they
should get a building permit.: It
ordered the city attorney to pro proceed
ceed proceed with an imunction

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Johr! Haas Putting To Sea in 34-ft.'
Boat Ililda-4uilt To Retire Aboard

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built the Hilda oti weekends and
has sailed the vessel to most of
the fishing grounds off Panatni
and Colon.
He has been employed coal.-
nuously with the Industrial Di Division
vision Division since 1930 and was trans transfetted
fetted transfetted to Cristobal from Balboa
when that Unit 'transferred its
headquarters to the Atlantic
side.n. ,
, Although 1V1r. and -Airs: Hass
eXpect to spend much of their
retired life at sea or at least a afloat,
float, afloat, they haVe rented a small
apartment in St.- Petersburg,
Florida, which will be -their
home port and a home' to come
to when the weather gets too
rough.,. ,

!lever S
ACTING' PRESIDENT
PACIFIC YOUTH ASSOCIATION
'The first phase is-over. Except
for' the Armal opening, the 'Teen
Club is mow a reality. This h a s
been made possible by the active
cooperation of our Teenagers, our
interested adults and our Commu CommuInity
Inity CommuInity 'organizations. t
- We raised some moneY by our
Teens Ball of last-November, and
our recent Booster Teen Dance
which, together with donations
from civic organizations and com commercial
mercial commercial firms, was just sufficeint
to enable us 'to eomplete enough
a the Club to tnake it usable.
Now we are entering the sec second
ond second stagethe most important one
the operation of the 'rten Club
by and for the benefit and enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment tor all otir .Teenage young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. '

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',,- Judging from' past performance
in the construction phase of this
endeavor,1 am certain that this
phase willt also be, successful. To
insure ,its initisl and :, continuing
success,, I hope that we will re receive
ceive receive thb setive support of ill
interested organizations and indivi indivi,Come
,Come indivi,Come and visit the Teeb Club
at our formal opening May '17
from'l p.m. to p. and you will
surely lie iinbued ith ,the same
biv
spirit and 'enthusia m 1 as has per perVaded
Vaded perVaded all' the men, women and
youngsters who have worked ma,.
ny days and even 'weeks to make
this possih'e. '. '

leaders From Guiana
Here Foilonoress

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Of Salvation Army
,
co,. and Mrs. John S. S t a 0-
nard, who are Salvation Army
leaderi ia the Caribbean ,' area,
are due at Toeumen'Airport from
British Gufana tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. They will take part in the
big Salvation 'Army Youth Rally
at the Sojourners' Hall in S a n
Miguel, Panama City,' under the
direction of Sectional Youth Lead Leader
er Leader Sr., Capt. Lorraine Rhodes.
The program gets under way
Saturday, evening ,at 7:30 a n d
features tamborine exercises, band
music, solos and duets as well
as cornet solos, ,the ,admission is
free. ,
Two big united ,tneetings are
on the program for Sunday at the
Panama City Corps headquarters
in Guachapall ;under the direction
of the Sectional Officers M a j.
and Mrs, 'J. A. Sundberg with
Col. and Mrs., Stannard, territo territorial
rial territorial leaders, giving the miin ad addrefses
drefses addrefses in tile morning and in the
evening services.
With officers andmembers from
the Salvation Army Atlantic side,
headed. by Sr. Capt.,' and Mrs. H.
Grant, those visiting L, for, the
weekend meetings here in Pans Pansma
ma Pansma City will include Maj. Edna
Bingham 'from Costa Rica and
Maj. and Mrs. W. A. Bishop.
' Leaders -of the Panama City
Corps expect large attendance
for.. the secttonal congress meet.
ings this weekend.

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CHAIRMAN OF TEEN CLUB ,
, ACTIVITIES .
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As chairman of the Teen Club
Activities I was in the interesting
position to see how the idea for
a teen club for the Balboa boya ,.
and. girls grew and finally be.'
came a reality. The many indivi.
duals who were involved in this
project were enthusiastic, but plus -'
the enthusiasm, it took many
hours of hard, serious and per. V
sistent effort' to bring this plan I
to a successful, close. '
We are most grateful -, to t h a ;0
many individuals iii Panama and t
the Canal Zone who. contributed ;
materials ,their time and rnoneY;
for this worthwhile organization, t
The night of the Booster Dance ,,, t
was an occasion that we could -. 1'
feel Justly proud of for' we had
been working toward this goal r
for months. This affair was well I
attended and. tom the manyla. ' E
vorable comments that were re. t
ceived from both the adults and ,,t
the Teenagers, I kneW that thit !,'
joyous occasion was just a fore. 1i.
runner of the many' happy asd
carefree eevnings that would be -,
spent here in the future. .,, e .,
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your club, Be proud of it. Be t 1
scientious in your efforts to i
it for the purpose for, which -...,
was built---for your comfort, en.',
tertainment and all round en.'
joyment. You helped build It and
I am happ to say that it is an
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WILL' CHECK GRAVES
:WARSAW, Poland (UP) Po,
land plans to tonduct an gofficia1 :
investigation of the mass' graves
of war prisoners near Zagan and
inform countries to ''' which the
dead men belonged, The foreign
ministry bas sent notes to Rus
sia, France, Britain, Italy,' Bel,
glum, Canada, Yugoslavia and
the Netherlansd informing them
of the investigation. -The grraves
are believed to contain the bodies
ef about 20,000 men who had been
held in the German Camp Stales
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Vlorid'stlost Honored Show

52 Best
Picture Awards
and World-Wide
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er- ( DAVID NIVEN
' 'CANTINFLAS
ROBERT NEWTOrl
SHIRLEY MacLAINE
Featuring 44 limes" Stars
TECHNICOLORS
Screenplay by JAMES POE. JOHN FARROW and
S. JAPERELMAN From the Classic by JULES
VERNE Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON

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' The 'ONLY Theatre on
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, Screenplay by JAMES POE. JOHN FARROW and .-: 1, he Isthmus where this",
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. S. JAPERELMAN From the Classic by JULES '- 4" ---- -----4 EXHIBITED! , '
, ',, VERNE Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON ,
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'''' 2 SHOWS! .--, At 5:00 and 9:00 p.m; .... PRICES: $130 -'1:00

This films is NOT presented in Continuous Shows. Once the picture has started,
NO ONE wilt be allowed to enter until,the next show.
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This weather report for the 21
hours ending a.m., -today, is
prepared, by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:

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WATER TEMP: :
'(inner harbors) 80 85
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High Low
3:12 MM. - 9:30 a.m.
3:31 p.m., 9:57 p.m.

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THREE OF THE SEVEN Canal organization employes who were reuredtrom service during,,. -CHIEF, POLICE DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT ACTING GOVERNOR:, ACTING' PRESIDENT CHAIR,
OF SCHOOLS ,-, $. PACIFIC YOUTH ASSOCIATION
s April, art Shown here with Gov. W. E. Potter who I Presented their ,,retirernent. certificates.. t A; ,
whinh took olace in the Governor's office at Balboa Heights, 'William ,As;,one .wbose original evshia- 1 is a genuine' pleasure to ob. ,,, ,

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, ; 1 ,. .- ;, your' officers, ennfOrM 't0 Y 0 u r vide& music for .the nimble, '.. attractive -the club is, ..
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Hon.- By hard '.,:work .' d d tt t d by several him. to enable us to ,t p
om tete' enough ,many individuels iii Panama and t .:,
piTahnnei of the Club-to make it usable.,,,' the Canal Zone ,, who','contributed '' .,
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t nued existence,:end the -,,,,conti. their adult co-workers have trans. their' parent,.,who '-atteneded.-, v.'.
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neglabth,eits,, eylfou'nwg7pesop-i' ere. :le. alnad-', atirned7Ttseteannadgineg,. bsouycsceasnsd t,,,hgeir,las attune; .v. ,,
, ,.. -:: nued support of adulta whii, have fornied an old warehouse into At .. "', -:', ..,,., .",,,';',,,-;,-.::-:,,,:- t i
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- M club -buil ng represents a -the. operation of the Then, Club The night ',of 'the Booster.'. Dance -1, ',,
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ment .ef', ell pm- ,Teeati,..ge,7.',,:yiet,tt.n.,g,. fbeeeeln?wstelrykinpgrautdow.onfrdfarbh', wis ,., 'shoal ';'.
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attended and. torn- the ,' many 1 n.... ::. ,,v
verable comments 'that were le. -, '',
ceived from both- the adults' end t
',( 0 ;:,,:",,,,,'', ',',:,,',,,:::.:, .;:i.f.i,;::,',..::::::i;;:iti,i tile end oi April ana,fetetved re- duous 'end since 1951' he half held I, .. , parents and, eommunity.;es 'well. the ., con.
I,. sincerely boo ,that m' the ,constructIon 'phase of this
he Teen Clu
' ';rg'',, '""''.',':::::::: .':;-!:-iiiM4, tirement cerinicites for tneir Long tie 'position Of wireman.' , .,'' -;:,:, , .. ,, ,t, I r,:- ,,, Hailed pperation- of. t b endeavor;1 am cer't'a'in t';at.
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, t,i0::g;9:.,;j,'?, years toi service. ' ,, ',.. -,. ,,, ,,-,,-, -,',Mr, and, Mfil.',Joites have alreli, , -i..,: ,,-. ,,,' -,
:!:''Z:Tgi'-,',i',''' l'aii loagestAervice 'Wes ta'ctu. ay left the...Isthmus ann, will make
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-ossful,- as ,' its., beginning. -;,- t. ;',;,:.',. phase willt: else) ,be, successful.., To
insure: 'Ai; -initiel end continuing the Teenagers ,I -kneW that '.thit -'.., 7 'i''''',
joyoug occasio'n was just a tore. t- 11, '.:'
runner of the many,,happy aset ','
..' .., ceive the active support of ill carefree eevnings that, would bat :
success, I:hope that we will re.
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Conducts,, c '''''K d '''..., Intereste orgenizations an in spent here in .the future. -,,
And now yell ; Teenagers' hive 'k
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your club-, Be proud of it. Be t 1. :
- : ?.''','...;::','.,'.:,',..0N:;, ::,-4444::::44':::i!',.; 1913 vial the Istamian Cadet Com' New ',York and served ,, several ,'1 I ':" ',
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,' :., ;,.;;",.::P,',.'...i..'.:.:' ',,:'-i"'''..4 .,:.,!'''.:::::::',..'''.i: service when he retired. .. .-,,.:,. He. joined 'the Canal ',organization, born at Gorgie Hospital eluringter
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from'l p.m. to p, and yon will it',for the purpose :tor,: which:7' ..',,,,,,,
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- emba.ssies 'here have been, termit- ,, : -. ,'.:: ,, ;. t ..., '. spirit and enthusi int as has per per,
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tertainnient and all ,-., round ,,, en. ,''
Yoil 'helped Inald It and
.., ' l''' ::.,',',;',:,,i:Wai:i:,:',:::;:,.:.a04,41!.F:A4:,iii,,,',;:ii:: retiring inAprit tenni:. : red-to 'the Atlantic:Locks In 1937.., sited by,the, Hospital,- During trt, ted to leave ''the country tinder, '., ATHERTON; Calif. (UPI ,...;- A vadea. all! the ,:men, women and joyment.,
b '; William D. Goodwin, Yardmaat.' ..... ,, -; ;',..',-",'' .,,, .',',,. .0,,.,- ; -..,' same period; 201 patients: were .a.,..
. , . .. . , .. .. .,..,,. safe-condlict in thi.t. pae.t twe dttys; planning official suggested' today youngters ,who have worked me-,. am happy to say'. that At li all '.
Division 1S 'years, ArtiV a short. break. lit his.'ser.. mit,ted and 21.2 discharged. :., police said today ' -' a' way in ,which tivo little boys tin. ny' days laid even eeks to make yours ..;': .,,', ' .
?2- ''.' ', EDWARD P. WALSH :, ,. er, ,Railroad .,
"it tt th Ii' '" ' '. '' ' ' : ' ''
, ,, live months and four days.. ,.. vice, he was reemployed as'a wire , '., '; ,, Best known, of ,, the group -we keep ,their tree-houseno ma er is possi e. .' : .., . .. , ..
1,'' ' ' -' '' --7-- ' '- ''' Julia ,4 Guenzi,,,,. second grade Men .. irt', the',,, Electrical I Division; ,:, Parents Of the boy. babies are. Jose Mire Cardona who went to what the 'city council says. ., : , : .,.
WILVCHECK GRAVES ct ,-,.
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' :, ons ruc Day- teacher, Balbea E 1 0 m e n 1 a r y He joined, the, Locke 3Division as T,Sgt.': and Mrs.'. C.-. c coe
W.,"Jordait of , ,
MexKo ,City. A number of others Frank Stillmak, planning,. direp. I
- ., : -, ::' .. School; :29,.- years," 11 months) and -an, operator in 1951 and has been Albrook;- Al-Can ,d Mrs.. H. heeded forMiami,- home. of refit- tor for 'San Mateo County, said eaters From Guiana .' WARSAW, Peland -(UP), '4.1 'Po, ';
:1 '. i ; ..", ,,';,;- ',,: 4 ,,',' : ' one day .. i,...I. :, '. . ii foreman Lock Operator' i since. man; of Laccina;,-S-Sgt.: and ,Mrs,, gee ex-President Carlos- Prio.., the boys could put wheel on it,'.',' ,,,,, ,,,,,,,...,,.: .,:, .., ,,, ., ... land plans to Conduct --,itn efficiat. .;
' ''''' Cmploye Leraves ',; ,, ,,,,,,...g. ,'...' .,
. ''' 1950.,', -, ,, : ..7 ,,, 11,..N. Shank-of-toconav ,Mir,. end ., ,Earlier,,' the ,-,Army., had -; alt. ,..,,"So far a,s, I know,"'- he said, investigation .of the masa graves
' a ill ; ''. ', .1 h I, H h' -' d :
o n aas, marine mac in- xi an BirE Lineoht will make
Mrs B. R,Brooks Of Panama Ci., nounced the capture of 13 rebels "there's:no law against:putting a ere," or, onoress,-
H ''' ''F' 'C' .. :' of,. war. priseners near Zagan and '...":',
M iv E' M traker
- -. Ak a .: 'A'.!' 1 ist, Industrial Division; 18 years, their '.' home in, Ventura, Califor.
.'''- ' 'After'4z Years !:v-, 11 months end 23 days. :. '.., ,, ., i, nia. -,,- ,,,,,,, ,:,, .. ,.,, ',.- ty; ,Mr.-2 and F S in Pinar del Rio province,r at Cu. trailer in a tree.. ,,,-... ,: ,: ...,,.,.: ,,.: ,-, ,,.. -;,,,.. y, -...,,: ,-, ,, .', .,-,, :-. inform ,: ,countries to,"" which the .'.
: ,,, of Paraiso; Mr, and ,Mrs. p,Val-, ba's :Western tip. : Six,.-or seven J,..' ,,' ,,"-i--,.- -' ,,,..' 't, ''' Of I'' I 1 dead' Men belonged,: The foreign .' r
'L I :, ,' ' .",.: ' J Arthur 'Jones, wireman, elec. ',. Simensen iii. a native.'orAltente, olution
derrama of Paraiso;- Mr. and Mrs., btner members , of the., r e b; -,"..,-This Might be:, just' the s 3alitahow Amt.. ministry' has, sent notes :to Rus, ,-,
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' :. : rtiward 11...Walsh,,,,eebior A:.' trical Division: 31 years six month nottrain C;Infl. ILE. 0' 'My:4k A.. 'T T 0 'W. Lame .of Pan
ama' M-Sgt. and PI bond nrA halitiopil ,11,1 hough am 1,.. It"nut.h Tantrthtttnn 0 nnel hic

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'as given for a-- suggestion he ,, ' ',,":,...' t,..., .ISOat..,
'' tiliaauullt: lo Ketin
Lau. tor the conservation of cold ' .. 1 '''' TODAY ''''''' '. ..' .. t' ;:. : '' -''.. --''''''''''''''. ''''''-'
ir when loading Panitma Rail. '.i '' 7"; -''''
pad refrigerated, ears, -- ,- f :', : ''"!'-'" '' : '. 7 '' 'r"'"!''''' '''' , ,
' ' '' Some people buy a house, and built the Hilda
. garden'. when; thert, retire and has sailed :the
A 'native of Caspeg, -Wiaming;. : !'-,.' ,, -,. :,, .: iAir EH:t.,. k i:E:,:k :. D-,,,;,",... .,T,,-, '' ,.: ', others 'acquire a trailer.- to see the fishing grol
'roodwin served briefli; in World '' .. ,. .' YY
America first-t-but Mr.' and- Mrs. and Colon. -,.-:,,
Var I and had several years of '.'-' :, ; '' 'I': .-, :' R' E L. E A' S El ; John 1, Ilass,-for Cristbal, have :.- He has been
sperience with railrodas, in -the
' built their own boat. : ' ', nuously 'with tl
'anal Zone in 1941,',,' Ile,- worked, '1 '-' '' ',. I''' "-; PRICES t"..--; 35 ';''.411 1' '':.s; ''.
- : ''''' I Reti 'ement.to them will mean vision since 193
tith 'the Panania Railroad as ': it
it e'xplorration of the inland Iva- ferred to Cristt
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onductor for .twor yeart and left :. ' ' ' '' E'
he service in, 1943.'"'Ite IS re.;.
' 9hort ruiss trilha, islands'. of -headquarters tl
.1nPloYed in the same position in .- ' LOVE'S N EVE R:; B E EN MAD 0 WI ID: AN D '.., : ., terways': of, the ',' United' States, when that tint
WONDERFUL.: HI SO MANY EXCITING PiACES!., 'oe, c aribbean or a long sloW side.'n-,, 2-,
945 and has been senior .' yard., ,,' .s", -,-, '- -1, .1 ,, '- ,- '. .,.,,,,,..;,,,.4;.',-,-4-- trip during the summer Alp the ,:,s'Although:Ur
master la the, Railroad -1)ivisioa 1 '''.'''','''''I'3"'"'57'"-'777:',T?:M,7777-7':"1;77,,!r7!7..IrM;r1-77,717-4:':Ma:.,e;,4MN!: mi siSsinni River : ... eipect,, to spen
;ince 1952'.',':- 3 :, '',.. ; , ;',04"'IP:'';':;.::-'''''''''4":"'-i4:"'"':"''''''::Mi'f"'''''''''"gif""''''':'':.''''''''''4:''''';':...'''"'5"1".!2"'" s-Ts 5'11 ti.' d t the end tired life' at i
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- Mr. and: Mrs. Goodwin Plan' tO ::,,.:.:::: 'i:,-- !-:::::,::i:,::,,:-,,..:,::',:,i::-m,:,i:gi,,:w::.,;,,:,:i,& ,,ii::ii:::::i.,:,;.,,.',- f April after 33 years of gov- float, they hay
eave soon for Gowrie,, Iowa,. but
'': '' ''''':46 '''''''-:'"::.'':::'"''"'i::':'':'::::::''a''' erament .serviCe,:t including -.18 'apartment in '.
,ave made- no ,definite,,, plans is ,,
1
o. where they will peke their fu...i ,::.:,,:if.,::!ii.'::::,,',':::::::::::!!...,:,:,1 ycoemarms ewrictihaithtrea ewrictihaithtreaure
ure ewrictihaithtreaure home., .' '
Miss- Guenzi wai torn in 'Silver' .-
1 hF 01 omr led ap,o'' ;Jahn' dc
,;,,.;',:,,',.::!,i,.::;,,:.:::':'',;',;:,:y:;:':;:',.,:::::::,, -''':',',':',::::::::,;.:':::!i;,'::::iiii,:-i. he leayes the"..Canal Zone May to, whert,. the.
-'",,,. : i' ,H:::: '-''':','':j':.5i : nesaporitait'awiltiont swPiluernn
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Plume,: Colorado, and was, emploY I ''.
' '':::'::':'.''' :- 1 :Florida, in7 bis 14-foot cabin IMEMIONOMMEINIMMOMMOIMI
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!cl as a teacher for, several year' I :- ,: :,, .,,,:,0---..;::::':,.::::m:::.. '
?I' :''':"::H::-': cruiser -:, Hilda which. hc- has 77-. ,,,, ,, ,,
1 the Xnited States before. she '
: ":::::',:af:'-''. I converted ', from :,,, a r: pleasure .,.,
!lime to the Canal Zone. Her tirsL 'f-,:: :')..X,i0'.4.,'''14.::.: : ... '::',',.,.:::,1 fishing'', craft to a,' com?act : ,'''',, Tbsi
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position with' the Canal organiza. ''.' 3' :'.':!!'- '''. 'floating- home.; 't' -' ', :- ':'' '''' ''' ''' U
:ion was, as an elementary school .',.:',' ':'.:4:1:'"''''''' :' ''.: ''''.
teacher' at, Pedro Miguel in 1927.. i,-:', the long trip to :Florida
: Miss Guenzi has been 'teaching .i::,::: ? ,::, : si...-'''.::'::!flk.''-:''3::4;-::1.0.(' ''''4-...:'3:
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the second grade hi the Balboa E; :"'','':::'.,, :' '.....e,'''..,:',::'",:,:-::''''''' 1;:'' :. '' ':;i;,K::':':';'- companied by' 0.p. striekland ;:., ,:,..
lementary ,Schbol since 1937.! AL; ''''''';'"''''''''::',.':-.::'"'''''''''''"''''''': ''''." l' :'..',:::;3,'li,..,'1 of, the Industrial Division, na ,.::. T,
though she retired in Aoril, she '.''',1',:,:0,:,':;A::!'1i;H.i...' .,,,,,4'.'-,:,- '''''''''s:" ':''; be ,; retiree's, son,".- 'William ,, .T. :,.,
will temain with ,the -Division'' of 1 .:',:::-::girit.,,'"4,:::4;;O:.;'' :-,4:":':V:'- .. :',:',:"::-,,:,.:i,,,,,:::,',4 Hass; who is, coming rom s
Schools until:the 'end of the a h I i'.';''"m:'''''''''"W;'::'''' :':'lki::' ::''':'' '2 '
C 00 ,X,,,le,..:X44.x.:.,..,e-........,- -.'..,.',.::7,:..,,.,..,,,. ....: ,.. : ,;' , .,,K .. ,,.,. ::1' i''; s'''0.i.;'";;t home in Massachusetts, to 'make ,, ,, :
term in 'June. 'She plans to make ,,,,..,-:.,,t;;:',;:.,:i:4X:';;;4:.' :".:::L':::: ,: :,';.:ii...:.,),,,:.:';.,::','!i,..i.::::,''''.i,i':::.':;,:,4H::',1 the trip.' :,;.; ' ' l '' :'
her future home inLouisville, Co- '::",'ia!'-A'':.:,:::'X:-;': ,,,:::::: : : ,-,', :;...,:,4:.:-'.A.:,:''.::i;;:'',.,'"...:::',:;::',,,::::,:V:'::'::::::: Mrs. Haas will go to the States .. ,,
bared. '.i',- ,,,-'.',,,,,,,,,,',' s';' -, .,'. ' :'...,."::44;!!,a;Z::;: -' ,--;':.:;: ,:''', ,:4-.:1;1-:';A4.:l':::"':g:::.1:6';',''::''','"''":':'':::1 bt plane and join .the party in : .,(----1
J'' A native. of :Citinhy;IMInneSi)ta .',...',,Iyil:;,i''''-,.'41' .1;','-'-'-?''; ,':.;)4::i4g;.;,i'g'.'Z''.-.4::::',4:?V,'.','!'? st; petersburg', at the end: of 4111111111,
ones was emPloyed by. the Canal( -.4.,,,..:',,4-,Kr ',"Iii..;Ii-;,.,L.,,.,,,,,,',,,.,,,,.;;;i:'t,ii,44;,L.::'-',,:,:-.).ii.,'''' ' may.',' : :" : '' ': ' : ..er!'nl
--77in 1926 ea a :', battery 'repairman ".' '''':', ,-' . lir...1,1 ,, Justifiably proud of the neW ',. i -,:'.
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ilErtEantEEMIE31 '',': .;;,:.-,':':,-',:il ',.; :-,,,',;,,' during the past two years, Mrs', .',-'', ', iti
' '"'''' ''' ''''' ' '.' '' ' Hass says that,' from a womi,, ,;,i , 1
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14 , ',,- ', i 'v.:, ::, 1: t '.,e ."- 'I- -;' ill L at...lit) --1 ':::LiTL'..i ,tj 6 l''',, Stud comfort in addition, to be- I .. , ::
unassePv()ert modern c'onvenience .'' :
..., '-'w--,4r.,,, ,. ,. .. ,:...,,,. -,,, --,,,,,-- -. -, .,.. yr .y-,4,. ':, -: t ,.'.' ', Ing- a fine seagoing craft ., .: ,:
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4, ,,k 4 ,--!-; ,, l --:-: -i- '' 1 ' ' ,- ,,, years he has spent a., consider- ', ,,
'' ". Thi reqs04 1-4.',,- e si"ein ;'n't ''' I '' T,U'R 11 E R CHAIIDIER able time building, maintaining, ,' :; -- ,
' idways teltthA truth is that 1 :... ..: .,, ,, , , ,,. r :, . r II.
' .. and operating Marine machin- '. ;,
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